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

 - Class of 1937

Page 1 of 316

 

University of Virginia - Corks and Curls Yearbook (Charlottesville, VA) online yearbook collection, 1937 Edition, Cover
Cover



Page 6, 1937 Edition, University of Virginia - Corks and Curls Yearbook (Charlottesville, VA) online yearbook collectionPage 7, 1937 Edition, University of Virginia - Corks and Curls Yearbook (Charlottesville, VA) online yearbook collection
Pages 6 - 7

Page 10, 1937 Edition, University of Virginia - Corks and Curls Yearbook (Charlottesville, VA) online yearbook collectionPage 11, 1937 Edition, University of Virginia - Corks and Curls Yearbook (Charlottesville, VA) online yearbook collection
Pages 10 - 11

Page 14, 1937 Edition, University of Virginia - Corks and Curls Yearbook (Charlottesville, VA) online yearbook collectionPage 15, 1937 Edition, University of Virginia - Corks and Curls Yearbook (Charlottesville, VA) online yearbook collection
Pages 14 - 15

Page 8, 1937 Edition, University of Virginia - Corks and Curls Yearbook (Charlottesville, VA) online yearbook collectionPage 9, 1937 Edition, University of Virginia - Corks and Curls Yearbook (Charlottesville, VA) online yearbook collection
Pages 8 - 9
Page 12, 1937 Edition, University of Virginia - Corks and Curls Yearbook (Charlottesville, VA) online yearbook collectionPage 13, 1937 Edition, University of Virginia - Corks and Curls Yearbook (Charlottesville, VA) online yearbook collection
Pages 12 - 13
Page 16, 1937 Edition, University of Virginia - Corks and Curls Yearbook (Charlottesville, VA) online yearbook collectionPage 17, 1937 Edition, University of Virginia - Corks and Curls Yearbook (Charlottesville, VA) online yearbook collection
Pages 16 - 17

Text from Pages 1 - 316 of the 1937 volume:

fav' ' 'Vw--:, V A . f-sr J . 'J 'I . J -a .- AQQQ- .ln-w. ' 941 . wr WWQIC- ' ' . '-fn? , 1 ,-fs, A - 0 9' .M V 1- - gin LQ xr, W X' 'x , .,.,., 3. .- EL ,X , ,, I- A V 4 X " -1 vw -n , , V Avy,- ktsp' , , 1' lf.. W '45, wg I gy wr- vu. 0- ' " 'f E " gf. 'S . 1 'V Iliff- - .iq A,-I V4 ,w 4 HI., -in l" ' " gr. .af ff' .Q , I K fxlybg, -J' -4 ' af ' . E I n .135 ""', ,53,"z ' ff I, ' vi - 'cw 45. :dh A51 1 L A . 4. wr , N 1 , :av mi.. :H 4. I' ' M f 1 -var v - V u ,, 9 K , "- Lv 4 u N I' Jr - K' ..Y. A , 'F ' nh K H F 14 'I ' , ', 1. ,. A I I tn JMJJ h I ' i , .Y 1 ' .,- A , If 4 'AM r ' ,B .,,.. . ,, . . l . 2 pf M ., I F57 ,.,, Q I? .. J H N . -1 . ' - f"'1:T xx , "mA '22, " ' W "" ' 'wg V" f-1 f-.5 vu' FI' '41-L., ,. r , f -- - ' af ' ... - M A A " I l - " V ' Q -,,, . .'....A- 4 .:.4:.-N4 h . E ' ' fl --Q i n . ' Q.. ., gf L9 K . fm - - -f -, , xi 3 ,F-..3kh, A : -Eiga: its , 1: - ' . N by 4 M-'ia Q . M. ag' ' .L ' .,.. 57-1ff'f:--- , 1 ' - ' r ww "-' A ' 1: - 1 ev ff' 'X '- 1- 'V' -dl: ' 1 ' .V 1 , 4 -' ff., . rt V X ,. N -5-ev . '. A ,I .. D ,S L 1 gf? 7 an V 'Q X' .fl X - ,. A-.U xx.. . g -'. .. x N. Q Q up 5 ,M ' 1 4' ' " - " 'Wh-. , ,,L,. , ,,, cv :" N "'il l6 I I - U ' ' . I ,S N ' V , . S . x -4 I J' A ' n Mui, 1 5 X yn -- ' an " -f -11. or "uv--fy , ,N -rv ff f-'Y' 4 ..N'v' r .ni . 'w,11,"lX,, ' ' f ' ' ' ylaf-2 , 'I K gf. " - .. - .fm h.,"..u.a 4. , ,. M, .-- - -u A - H., xbb, :V , - , Aww .+ . . rx Mal' Q ... 3--z , . H MI' f 1. , , IN , ' "':'3iTw W' 4- nv' In 4 - ,V , mt 4 QW" J ' iw si I . 1' xl . ' K' -f , gg... .. . Ar 4 - , I W. m ,L-1 ' . 4 i 'Y Q , - -gy., 4,3 F 9, 5 M, WX m. 'W , 4 1 ,, A ft " - -' s. " 1' N -A rs A V , v.a,.r- J , , . . ' ' - I t Aux. -....... , .W . , , 1, 7, V ,l W ,. '33 M M M, .... 4 . Q .1 ,. -V . .4 . 1 I K 5 . - , 'fhu.vvk."a A ,IAQ K K : W.. .V-wa-.V ' M A ' I y ' H 4-,Q.i!'f,L A ' I ' "" " , 1 '-5 I 'Q' 4 jll f 4 ' " ' MTWL . "N "3--, f m W". . 1 - " J f ' ' 'I . uf 'N Q . ' ww' " " x ' 1 V " fix 593' A it .1 ,g, -N X, ' ' N iv . 'M' H. ,L . , ' J 1 4.5, .3 1 1' """""' ' ,g ' -A I fx ,,.1-d"'W. .WA 1 we A ,Q-y,.gg.1wg,5W I Uv WM- .- A X K Xiu 'M ,NN . ,, , M1 q 'v' . ' X ' ' fx- J , V , g 'mg 'f..""v' A NWN . E , Wx " lr ' ,g,.,,., . J' , , A -'W x :v,,,.Q,. 'Nw--., Q ' ' - t. .,..... ..-r -,g,..,, y "Zi v '-' HQ 1 .... .A il V willy ,W ::...........,, r -wa.-u.m........., , W AH 1. 'I ,, Q .H,..,,,Y' - . larva ' N ,- ,M 'a . X., ,kv 1 , vm , ,V . ,, , .- 1 C fu fl' N 'f' Kfxgf . r ,f IA.- . . xi f?2?cf29Q4, M37 W' 1937 CORKS HND CURLS COPYRIGHTED. 1937 THOMAS MARSHALL. ED'TOR-IN-CHIEF GEORGE HANNAH REESE, IR.. BUSINESS MANAGER 505263 ,i TWT.-,.-.x. ,-x.,T.,K wxqm- ,Q-g.. -4- N1.g..x,.,-1-sf fg.,N Q -- -1-qf ' 1.15, .,-:-.-J , " :Q rfggflvy :gps--I, ' ,:. Qrj 1 X ' - - x .ff 1.1Ni"X q .' 4:11,-1 w -, ' . 11, f: - ' '..'.f:f,x-li i" - Nj N ..-4 L 'X ' Y , A . . '1 ' . . v , 1 V .,, . . 4- M- '- 'f rf' , Q f X x,.,,1r.:'.' ,afvvtiif ' - wr 235435-"' W31iE12:?'a1ffkf,-arf'-ffA- 1' H ' - Ming-w1'1 . N514film-91'55wzf'Q"':f 'L -'-it f' F - A,f,',1-.,1,f:tw5 S .gg,L.-,Wg-"M,w.1.,5':-1. 1' sirii wr- -b1f'.if1'-I-?1f34-giflikgf y2a?5seii1f2gWffi 1 Jefi-17.22 ,A :A -1255 13 R':9'4Yf?'2'GJd As,-if: A K ,r f 1 X .FA L ,, , , may ll. ,q,,,,g ,7I,?.,M,.,,, ,A H . .M I ,.. fx-T1 " " ' , l 'L Q' 1 .Wi "Tim, v-1iX.:1f5wfg,- A , -.qw . 4 - -:.'.,-H'-f-gy-,L 'f--- f-- ' ' ff-',tfd,4,Q .3,.:fg:L2gk7:fg : fb.. 1 13- x A, f X ' 551 weI-,-,-,:f'aMM:.1 9, fp. ,.,,y,,-,f , -,-vim, . A... 5 "jf 'V :Q x-my 141 ' 1 115, ' ' gg f Q, ff, , -' '71-'F-mi' ' .JL C: ff ilf.'Lff -M' ,iwzf 'Q ,gg L :ff ---,wg -wwf ,N z 'K' x -is 'H ' A " 14 . .523 5,1 'iii . iC1""-T-' ',Q7 . A.L-xii., -,V ,.,. I C ,YQ ,x,1,.,1,A: wggjy .' IS-u'15-vii , - - gui 543932. Z .2 2: STEQNQAY wg--:V-g,,-. .4-31:1 ,3- 7, 4, rf ,. A 5:1315-1 : 5' QV' Q- :Ziff fi 063, ,.- -U15-,ff . -'cl-3 . ax? 5 ii' Biff ' " 1: :bl ., .V W , , :.-M-X . 5 J. F 5319 4512513 -.: ,gn 521,-i.5t,.r 9 xl 5 E r Zfifzgigg? Q .E'f:,, 51 -N 1, sms 1231 S RUS!! w:1:',.g Elia'-F3 55 Q13 -z. ni Z '. u. ' QQ sz. -A if-Sink pgp. 'aifrlcg . gif, ws 15+ Q 5 .Scif -Agn-.N EPLFXXS s JPL: 'XE""'3f gf ' x Qqg 1 4411. .3 xc e i-'fx I' Q fs? 's3'a.g.V gb . gig.- N :PNP N. 3 'Na -feb?" .Ng-532 YF? , , , ' Q-'Q ,XI H. - - - ,L ,MV --- .,.Q-,Y -----,--.-.--,---5 .. s, .,- - -' ' 'rv-cu-,ww Q .Ly . 5-1 -Ah, xi . + , . N -1 '53,-Q ' Q51 1:22 . -wg 3' gkggj-lj'Qr1 'sniff-VS Eiaefin 11-' v? Skigw -' -:Sal :-QQ 923.2-is-Ee E!3'55:f5 i'51'3sg2955 9251- ' lm Q -gwfzfi, 3'-iifzxg 2:5E?32ztf 3113453 5533512 T' 'vw tk, . A M 53 gs. xv .,.q . - '5-sag :' 1 :N,-': Q ' W4 ' 'SIGHT ,J " """"' L' ' - JK -1 , www N 1 wx -X ,i,3:.,,9.,g40 g,a'safL,.xf.-.',- M, , .35 ,S-+ 1-.U uw-gg , 4254.3 rp, 'v-pf,-31' ,N- , 33 mb Nr. '4 Q . , We R -N A sw N sX 'K , N hs 'A Hx " ' t " 3? ggi' I is 14-.-1-. we is 'ff' dfx ' ' ' - --fu -- E- '. if PM -bfi Kr' Y"'1 .' 1'-' .Life -'-rnratrx-5-N 'J '75-af-Z1i,,-34'-' '- .!.'f:'-43' fl . T . . Y . ti "' 1" ,. 1 4 . 'H -Y NLE "5-i'1C5i 2"'-f. . a5'3V,?Q,hg515Q?f:5?'3 f-,,,, -s. A , N .xv ,,,,ff5-, 2 yy.. W. v 0, n f 4 1 . ',v,s"'.',', , ,:g.j4.3.1. 0 4 l I . wif."-' '-'gf - -0 4 Q 5 ',-, ' . - Q a Q , . 'evo' 'fo' v 0 1? I o'.'.- Q . Q f a o o 4 . . 4 -gala.: : ot. . - . . . In-Sn ' .'..'.', 'illlf' ea"-' f.'Qj.,,f '. j -, K , 'uhh ' O I ff- 1 , , ','.s . . .. 1.4 V a, . . .. ,. v,n'.'. ',' I. .-:.,- ,- we--. "aa-2 -. I .... un ',- ."' --.--,1., ,gg-fc, 10- "Ill Agn OOIOO. ' , I . ' ' 1 n 4' 1 5" 'fz"'.. -ffl- ' n '. '1" :fl-'lfif-t"'l .f' .,,.. ....H-,D 'ii' 'z.-.-.--. . f . -...-,sh .ug .dl- "--...-', -yu-.1.. .., 'H--, . . .. up .'-3 . . "'5'.' .' ':.g A41 4 ,-,I ,. 3.-:, -.-,..,:,-.3 '56 I O1 , . , , . . 51 - g .1 1 - 1 .7573 -,1.,.,-. - o n a p , . ' ' 4 ' 0 ' ' , , .. 693' .At-I L'-1-51' ' .KV Y 1 .L'.'. .'::'.3 1-.,.1:-iw' 1.-,-,Q-gg" ' .f v as , , of A . ,, 4 -..,3.,1. ' v'o' -l .'f.-15.3, 4 '- . ' ' 4- ' -- 1. I 511155.-' A w . Q, 5 we-Q-:Q , .1 l' 3' Q' - 1 -. - .5 .1 . .H X .',' rg'::. :.'. . 4 I. 4.5-,-1 ., 55:1 ' . " . .--2 -- -:.'.- - " s. -'.-. . sn 1 Q -,od .f --3.-5 , ,... ,,...'.,......, u In ..--.-:.,-... nh..- "v-'. 'rf ',-'::. .7--L-.J . -5 np, -.-,-..-q:,a,.-.-::.- QA. . my-,Q.,-.:4:,.--f, 9' v g.'.:: I, X.. 1.1-.1-:L V .: -5:: 55,-:lr FL . - - f 732 '-'ff Tig: ,G . I, ,-'4 1:3-it-2i1:2gf. A, ' as .al ... Q, .. :L -r .". .. . .'-g'- o . 3 ' ' " , . ' "', 'J' If ' ' .. -7.1- ss ff! - -4a ' - '-:J .Ho u .Q , .'-', Q,f3,' x, .. ,qi n 6' f' '- . -'.- - ,H , 1' 1 1 v -v' uv - . 1 Ar, . ' 3 ' . . , ,Q . . 'I . Vw.. . - I I ' v f . , " 4 A. . f V . . 4 ,f' 4 'A 01 4 " , ' . . and 'o s s s. 3 4 .0 'Q ' ,- 1 HE GOLDEN .FINNIVERSHRY OF CORKS ND CURL ... EHRBOOK OF THE UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIH . . . 188 -1937 ' Y 4' -1 ,, 1 xi . . , ' . . , U ' I ' 1- I ' A . 4 . ., . . , ,ggszgkzi , '- f-'nm H tg-1-Qptzfgg, .,,.,., f.u'n1'u nh., 'un-5 nu'- 'vi' 51 11411 91' 145 MW?-1" 'v 'N 't H 'lfi 'In' 'C 'i' 'sa .'-.'-.'-f.f.- ..- --.H -nufqn u mv v 1'?2?23i2?I"' ,-I ' ,19Q31:2..-1. .mgsggp -- f ..-.. 4 .f-,ng-m,-,,u,v A- sf- Mu'-f'o5w's,'u I, . X., -,n.,o,,u, .,n,,n.,n ,. dit 50111 "v11f311141v11v1 . -. mf S-W ' -tm-1'-'H' . WS' -G"i"'-H1 I ,, -l.g-,v,-1g,'u'v.n .-nf' OM' 'dw ' -SQv",n2,da5e. up-, 4 n in 'I I fl 4 u - 5 4 l ' ' la A I 3Qxf,1-529 . f x 4' 4 ,f.1'1n' H -2EE3'E3122g.,zE' ,nn U -, . , les1,f.12.,211o2,an . . . . . .-1:2111xE.21s- 1'--V1 , ,a1g11n,91'.,a' if5:51:5:2111111" 4 I ,n, 1, , vp, l,fn1'n'n1'n' . 1'1'n1v11f' M' 1 W" '1 ' 1, :"' 141' v ' v'l!' SH! 'P'- x -fun. Q-,,1 4 ' , ,l c'1"o 'H' ' ' ' -11 -41,5 -.dh .-.,. 'C4' 'O 9n'01 x ' "Mt Q ,- p U QI ROLOGUE EVERY YEAR SINCE 1888 AN EDITION OF CORKS AND CURLS HAS APPEARED AS A CHRONICLE OF STUDENT LIFE AND ACTIVITIES AT THE UNIVERSITY. SUCH IS OUR PURPOSE IN PRO- DUCING THE FIFTIETH EDITION. IT IS OUR EARNEST DESIRE IN COMMEMORATING THE EFFORTS OF THE LAST FORTY-NINE STAFFS TO MAKE THIS GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY EDITION A MORE ATTRACTIVE ONE THAN EVER BEFORE, TO CONTRIBUTE AS MUCH AS POSSIBLE TO FUTURE SUCCESS, AND TO THANK STUDENTS. ALUMNI AND FRIENDS OF THE UNIVERSITY FOR MAKING PREVI- OUS SUCCESS POSSIBLE. T TEN, tl 'xf .,,., . J . Z "' I I , . . . ' I 9 . 'A' 4 f' .-1- 1 . ' L':1'.Z- , . ' A1511 . , 1 'Q 0 , ' I , I -' . . . ., . Y , 0 H . S , . ' ' B 1 . ,I . , - .N .S . Il o WE WELCOME THIS OPPORTUN- ITY TO DEDICATE OUR GOLDEN ANNI- VERSARY VOLUME TO A MAN WHO HAS BEEN ASSOCIATED WITH THE UNI- VERSITY FOR SIXTEEN YEARS. IOHN S. LA ROWE. Q HIS CAREER AS BOXING COACH HAS BEEN STEADILY REWARDED WITH INCREASING SUCCESS, AND HE IS NOW RECOGNIZED AS ONE OF THE GREAT- EST COACHES IN THE COUNTRY. KNOWN TO HIS FRIENDS AND ADIVIIR- ERS AS IOHNNY, HE HAS CONTRIBUTED GREATLY. THROUGH CONTINUED AND STRENUOUS EFFORT, OFTEN AGAINST GREAT ODDS AND ADVERSITY, TO THE INCREASING POPULARITY OF AMA- TEUR BOXING AND IN A LARGER SENSE TO THE SPIRIT OF THE UNIVERSITY. 0 WE THEREFORE THINK IT FITTING TO PRAISE. AND DEDICATE OUR YEAR- BOOK TO, THIS FINE MAN, AND WISH HIM MANY MORE YEARS OF SUCCESS AND HAPPINESS. "UF-cf-ra .F .1 , ,A x"WFS-1Y1'5-L-f"f3i" -'-uf---Nw... . 'A' 1-'-"1'z:4,:fr'n-ffwcxf,.-.-..,,...-,. , ,N M---, - ,,..,., ,W,:., .. ' f-uw.--f 'vw fl1rCfl':5u4., . - ' " "-XffffFfa?'L'7f-ifivifi-:-1',v,r:.'.Z, .,-, , ,W X ' ' ' '-"5"iH5"f"?Fcf-7--:U " Ax. D riffs: Ziivgw- 13:5 '1- ?':'i'fP3:jJxf 1'f5r"f-M-..f N. . J -qfg, fr X iv- ',v,--:1-'s:1:.f"'..-N -- :, A, .-, ,, ,, J 'u7.f:- xg.: 1-3,1,-ftf':f,1y,".-,Qrg-- Q, g pf ,.. . f 95.931 : : 5 .,,-4 551i1g"-:agp -- .'.J3, :..,.-p,,-fwrgd. fr? 5..'-'5'zQ,f,:la+1-'J ,.,,., ,, 7, , 5:55.51 ' . hm, .g.h ix, :Zflg,gL,,i,f,Zg,j7ILj.,2l?5.:'i75w,91-.ig,7i1,3,::',3f,-'Q1-,Fr-g',,, 4.4,-4 , if '--t-- - "-- ' --I-L", 1 nz -' ':,'f,'f,'f'-J'1-'rxf 1 'ui "fi-'-"if -af . -'ff , 'W Atvfff 'J 42. hz-zgfft ,Y 3 ' 'MF-f'," 241'-'1'-1,f,gE!'f:aJ7:5:4121-41.'-f:":11 fl ,zzffwi Fbf:.:'4T::19:qv-f L-.ff .. , , A .. as ' M""1'ff-f1sQx,:fa,g3-1-'x-1-ff'fg4::f,541.-:rf-Qfefrffbfdfwf-:ac ,l -ff ,- , ,,,,f4..u:f:4f: 1-ff,f,'-15'-4-V V. fa 1.--wif? wr: 1:1 ' " 4- -f f -v-:1Q',cY,-if.: fwfr- ,'T,'.x.Kq "' 'f-fmt-, g,f.., V- 6 DX - ' ,-. -7415. Fifi- 25'-fffiv 53:3-'52 -' ffflfl ii."1v.'-5 Iixfpifjis 5431, LC- Qs- vzpu v. "H 1., :iff ,-1: if 2 3221315 EU: -155 1--v ' L5 ffl' 1 r JL- .1-1-A. -11N I A rqfs, N rg .Q ,,-5 :L-9 M .....14 2122621 5-rf -f f. Qi, kg gin:-gha 5:1361 11-1 555-?J.2f S2551-I L'-1 'K A 1'2-' :fx-F 2,4545 2'-Viifki 341141572 951413 'Y-5175.791 X .Af-' ' Yf 3 I I. -fwfeig any-4, and .yjfgl 'j.1'X1'Z 3:34174 5'-i i-+2 35215752 'rlfykf f ' U., 4- eq, -Ig -:A ..-jg: M-11: 1 115572: ,555 s, 3 g, Y ,fig .Mg 11,1 5225325 pf-' N: Y: ,: 'S-1'-3: r, ,QT-43 ,fi 11:2-2256 5-ci-sg itxxfil ' Q gm.-, 3: Eifwsfz 5513512 z'51.fgfl'Z2 N "1 NX!! :.iTd-'.:+ Trl-iff - 41 : 3. 45'-'mi H1554 wr. .gg I 23331 f EL: 14253 k 45' illffgg f fffffrx A fa 5 K ,.!,- ,, feffirx RYA:-14 J P 1. ly, - 40 A, z5ifl'?i 11" kj? if ?f":fif?' ..1.-,wg 5- 115.1 ,Q uf nails PTSHN-s 'f"f'E L W4 .-. iii - - -:fl - .Mp- vz:-Kw MPM -A -SSR gg-'cn wifi FYRWIF fr+'3iv1 12:1-111 view' 5533- fbfi Ella-' 1 wi: Lf Cav' kfdid J f S1205 5 ,QE i"1e:Eef 965' '5v'fq""-5 y 1 WT' J L' , F Amiga SQ-ALP! Y JL'-,,' get . X ' 65. Tiff' IOHN S. LA Ro ffv 1 .451 I 1323" .mmm a. ,mn ' "Tm" -" . - -' f. ""'--n '- ..4 1. , - .1-1, wg, ,,,f'f-.415 . ,, I Hg, lv.- 'A - N ':2JQ",'f' I 471-4-F' 1,5 1229, 'lr""'f'+1f'-,J"ff'F0'2'51?55?3-f N LW. N I 5' ""' 121- -" 11,3 -fe" W 197122. fr ,, LH' fjifiiv ,Q-jf ff, ,pw -ar ,gbvw , 1 .-.- :mf-Az 1 r Aw nw A .J :sm Kg S'm.. ..-.-Q-.--2 WN! dx-ci-S1-'5'Q1f'?.,1 5Q:ELi5:flQwV N, fsvv- -, -53, V 25. m X H- MQSY1.-ub xr, - X " 'Rik ,Q-Xqqywf Em, . v,'g,15gw ,+,'W'p.gs?i'!w, , ' -. Q44 Mtv- ,whxi L A ,.,,.tM,N RN? h. .Wk ' L -fJ'5:i?55f,,,w N 'YaQ.':+3,?Sa , 1-,-x,.:,": A 11" W- 'Y ' - - , ig: .1-sv "Af -T' ?iW5iF55 fi ' N 312-1 . .RQQQ ' ,gift y-,xdkiyvd -X - 4f31.1.rw2331.f. 95 V- QIQQLQQXZQ- 'HQQQQ1 if-fifz.. ,, 'J 513- ::2f'33S9r2,3'd, '1 'I '-' iw: ff -, ' N-Q-1'-'LIL F163-Q1 FX.. 13' ..fT55fg.331j5gz,L,?,:y,,Nx my .A-A.-.wg .W ,. -- '15,-4-5' ci 1: 5.4 uwfy, - 'gQ,5i:jNg65:uv,1b . N gxrgwga xr, :,.,1f :w -f fc. f-Lvsa. ,,:-,,,.-pN5.q:,x:1-,X.,: '-1:QZ4++v'gZ: -ff: -T2 - " 414521 :TIRE F: N 1-f, -f1ffQax:f1ff.x1rN ' f -qfj -. xI'fSfA15'x'.,., '1-iizlff Tt.TS?'fi5f,i X 'wffiflq zzifiarfm .quiz 3:5 .qi :Q gl. 51:5 qijvlq' .1-aff. .1-5 fig f -1: 73. wk .!,,. x fd.-'fx -'1 .,,.K.-:',, gfiiilf-v . 5 ,.,-.rn 53.4, QM 8153355 55523292 Ei ' X 9 .A 23- Q., .Qvvvq Y5Ekgf':?! fi .rx '- xjxvkx ::xf':f:1Q'i 'ifgff 5 'iig- mg 355 .' . C5 Ex 7 ET . 1- L - S: EL . h .4 A . 'X . 'L . . 5 hh. X gg 'tg ' ,.L .X 3 . X M K A 're 2 , ' L55 N1 J -Sw Je S-.f52::h T622--fl .423-QS? Q -ggi' 15- s' 'Q-if-S.. HSSP? PSQT1 5 -:S5J Qffvdfj-T 9135: di 1 H ,lz Quia. . 1-4' my 451.139 ,QQ-gg Q-FSI, :img ,.. 13... iFg,E'w.j 1 - -u " - 91425332 x-vs-.sei iswgf glGEjT.:Q' 5454. --5:1-1-cf M. 34. 14-N-f I Sc.-ET.. if-iiifi ,g,4K..w iv M... -viii a 17.55-E: .Q f-.sm airf- 555.gif -511:45 1Q.g9'fa: ' gi. nj-.ul V pfgia 255123 Q-E551 53343 fdgjiflli gigs E553 lngwfgxn 5223292 3.fQ.,,5, 3,2 ,vig Q ,S -Lv: 5335.55 S2?'2i'vN .Y f, 556-552: TS'7E'+E -1 'sae' QEYQMIQ . ,qi T5 fglzitgifr Qu . gy sp' 4 ' in ' 5 1-viifwi gc-wftg wfci-2 vy,,f',-gym! . ,,. in L-xgie. ,. .ZLL .S,,':,. f., .4355 ..,,55s5i4 'N 6? 1- -:6 -. T ' -L -.5 F .. .wh ., M rl 33 iq-0 N 'Q- -1 Q. 5 K , Qi. ': as it ig.. e' sv :ggi Q 5 P .-- 4 -ff if :YS-"Sim z3"1s .I Q-ggsga 65.4 QQLVL -neges SE.-'Ei vs. " f 1i11n'1v1'g 1. ,,. gsfiau. ':..:g,:f3: X15-.5:1. x . 5 .1 - ., Q ., r" 12'?'Ifx4 543.4 4- f A-.sf :Iii 255 1-A5-'iz sim:-1 'pu ' 1 QNX' ,gliar-Q Q55-.44-5: -if-'.x!"f be Q... - x-'. e ' xr -:Q ...- 1R"5- I - .... . gg-.x 513 feilxr., " 57" Q.. ni .. 2,353 I-11'-'P-A.. - 'J ' 2'.v'i,'-"-vf 42 + . X-:if -E544 x Ls-rf' - mg ag- - racy. ., -.5 .g,,1,:.5-3 ,L.Q.: '-.-qv-:J T". ,,.',f . "'i 1 ...v-,i'.1"4' ., -::..,.:.4,1.L+ ' -... N.yr.:+ -.1-.-f.,. . ...,.x..q ,x-fard.-N -Afwqv -. . 11-:5:5e1'b3':':.'., , ' fe? gif:-11-Gife'f 3, ' f,,.y.4:r':f-1:1-,-.-1. iii :iff A.:Tf'v1' - .. ,... .,-,. .q... k' .' 1.7 -N-:g4'p:- Q' 2 ' x-'5f'q:T"I1-- 2'w:5.S::f45f,ggx-. . fag., xr- f 4- ."-"Q ':"' .16 4 v. ..- , L .N -'1':'s1f::s154: 4211- . --. : -:Slim 11 42.2, rzzagirg,-134.-7 - . "'i::pQ-5s-F?,3-Ef,- , '-41-g,':.:3g-3: gg 5 X, .-1:11:15-Qj., Q:-f 1-5 I "1 'FESGISI ','?-1545: , - 1-f si-1 14? . as mu- -, ' 'WELS-,-Q3l,:sv 1-4 3-: ,.f .reg mp :N ' Ii -.1 sux-. - 'Lf if S551 'iQT2IF:.x ' "N :1J?1Jf4?"- ' ' -e1,.y:,.,4-..:.,-H,-.:. ., -,Q-3 ---.za-f :-- .', . ' fr5:'.,.:,:,1g-15 '-arf, ' ' F13f:tI-1- 4:53523-X . ,5-:-J.. .,...:,-. , -.. . ' ' -fsv 2'.!-'.--1:57-a . -e "- 'Lf 5-:g..:,Qf31:r+1-V "1-,LQ ',g,r.f,M5w. ' .1-Jfaigf - -'rzmspfsi .,,,g, IN MEMORIAM MANN PAGE DIED APRIL 23. 1936 HERMAN STUART WHEELER ED IUNE 2 1 IRVING TEMPLE DENEMARK DIED SEPTEMBER 6 1936 WILLIAM WHITLOCK KLAUS DIED SEPTEMBER 27 1936 PHILIP RENYON FRYBERGER DATE or DEATH NOT KNOWN MARIO DE ROUX D ED OCTOBER 10 1936 ALFREDO NAVARRO D OCTOBER 10 1 RICHARD WHARTON ECHARD DIED NOVEMBER 2 1936 FREDERICK TAYLOR POLLARD D ED IANUARY 16 1937 GEORGE GILMORE MOORE DIED JANUARY 23 1931 DIED FEBRUARY 27 1937 l1Xj if D I . 9 3 6 I . D IE . 9 3 6 31' Q-'35, , 5,5 5:1 'J ...Yuma 'ff' W X ,511-3, 3: "fi1?ff?31I GILBERT G. WHITE. IR. X , ' s E 5 R V, I. , . 1 "Pad . .l'l.i'l 1 'l'. 4.4 4 4 4 4 , 4 o 4 4 4 4 'f'f'If'f"a9 I, ,4 4 4 45 ' 4 4 v 4 4 , ' w.'.'-- - . 4 .. .'4sg.'.y.-. 4 L , " '4'j4:4'4'4'. 1 4 , 4 4 4 4 . 4 4 4 4 4 4- .4464 4 K'-"'i'f4' X ,' ' 11'-h 4 ,-,4, 454' x'. 1 'P . 0 v'4'4' ', 4 . . 4 4 ,D l.-,U4 1., 4 -- 5. 4.-- ..A4 .-,4 4 1.5.12 .: 7:L': , 4 A' , .4 ,444 , ,WN :-.--:.--- 4'.' 4 "A '4 -44444...-'.,.-'f-T?-'f1f'. -4 -4 4-'4 4 '. -1 ,545 44 .4 " 4' 4 4'4. 0 4 4'4'4' 4 4 492 ,',-'.' .4444 ,'.a.'.. volts' . ,944 4.4 .4- v' A. f "4.44 44 '.',' , 4... uw.- .44... ,444 . :wav 443993: ,4.'.,ge" .444.,.. ,Jawa-.1 4 4355441 211520. ."' 3294 4 A 112' , A4 4 -.3 y.,.. .T '..-.::1?4j:1'4-A ,WH '... ,.. .4 .. 4. . .4 --..--:.-,':'-.4 44, 44 --- -- - IQ' 3 1-ft.1l"' 1-:Lai "Z'- 5" 4. 1... 5. -4 -7:2 4 -. . ., 44 ' .KU :iii 4:51 '. . . 4. , . 4:.'.'- '. 1 -4' Ibn. 4. .'-3 . 14. -5:4 "Qt ,,4. 4" -4 . 45-1.2 4y:14.'.'- - ,. -gg:-12.-. 4 3.1-1 4 .,,....-:..:1'.- .1'l'l.-'-"fb o '.- 4 QVJQ, , uk l Q I 0 03, .4 . 1424 4 .1 'sg-fd - Z Q .1 no "' 4 4,1 4 o '4 r 4 1 ' H oz' A .- 44 2- Q' . 44 443, , ,O 4 ' 1, I' 4 n mn ' 1 4 4 , 4 "4 , 4.13 ,. ,.,-.,-.-,. 4 f -.. 4 :.,4.-::4.-.-4,4-. 5. on .f.:.-'J A---4-.- ff 4 4 ' ,. 4 4 ' 4' , 4 4 4' 4 4 ,4'.4"44 qc. ' - I 'P I ' . ' 1 .444 4 I. . ,4. 4 444 4 f 4' 4 ' 4 O , ' 4 4 -. 64" 4,-7 1 I ', 4 44' 4 ' 4 ' 4 ,4'.4 ' 444 4 '4 w ,,' 4 44 , 4 4 4 4 ' , , ' '47 4 44, , -44 A 444 4 4 4 v ,' ' on 4 ' 4. ' 4 4 N 1 90.0 444 44 4 44 4 . 4 4 4' ', 44, BOOK ONE UNIVERSITY ' ,, ,.'.- .'.'z1.jyg I ,fv N " .-7 .,,, .- -Q3 r ' 1- ' ."71"73f' f P' . . ,Qld . V 'Q '-I . Q.,f' . M : Q -' I ' ', ' .:. Yr 1 f , f " 4.9! w 4 1 V A is :wil . , ,.. xv . ff.- 4 1' N V ' is V -, 1.47 1. '- if '40 . 'I 'W-:.v"- f L- ' s . JK5". ' if-N-.. X .' ' .. , Ks- 1 ' ' ' , - 'gf . 0- -4 . , .,..,,.,4,, a ,lf +A 1- k . 'Q ,f ...Z " V-5, . 'nl :Wy X. ' 1 - , , - -4FQ,- L . .51 A I ""3" ' ::iQ""!q I 5 fa? ' , - ,umm , ""1r""' -f ', '. :'."'l ll- ' M A K 1'1" , ..1..., ,V 'ff . 5' ,:::..- 'f..- qv 1 -'bl W I , A iv' 5 Wffn' "' .. hw ' -e-1-an-..,....,. .-.....- -...-... 1-nv" J -'f 5-.1 4 " ., - 431' .4-I'-. ,. -1 .,, ""'.T9rm s ' "1 vLdUl""?, ' .,,... uv ,, gw 1- 1 .,....vf ' . ." fr M ff Q ' . . x ' w , .--gg-':. 'I' - 2, O Q . 5 A 1 -1 .n - 1 .1937 wk tw' 4 A . , I ,VM my ff. I i rf s 7' x, 'U 'S N "'zh 14- ,,, , .-1 T . "llI' E if i ' Q - mr ' ' .-H, '-af? . M E 1 me ilk P? -3' gf igyp , 1 ur' 4 I4. 'QL-glam ' .Af Q! S . . .,.,. . .,.. . Y - 5 , 5 H '11 Hp nl: v ,wfwix ww 349 X 9 NJ KP , 4 . A s 6 A , 'D I J ,QV .1 ,J , ff 4 P Sn Vx.. -.,. U l'Il 'svn -fm, 7 alll! . up Y ,,.. -N in ' I 1 .A ,03- J ., by 'A fe , : N-18' I ww: li 1 Inf 4, O hs 1 I I Ql!1 'x ' 1- ' 1f"' . . 'Q A bv ' . i in ,623 w , X fd U I x "Y I . N Y -1f?a919l""4.3,5 x17 w 1k"'vNU' lx :fy D I2 W' wx- JV- A mv xlsvfv f x 1 1 , 4 8. l , LI A, '., ia v ,iw X 'z f our il'l 1 r 5,7 n J Y 91 Nkx --3 l. ,..j ,-..,:, 1" '1 'fe A. :V -pi' , Li: -5 ' K 'Q ,I M,, v K V ' L T I1 If ' 1' -I-,m..,.,,,,. 'Tf'1ff3 5 ififff, if V I ,I In Q fs .Sn fll' G-L-, . 1? 'g AI vwrf 3' r 3. L' , '. wlinunv u-...H 4 4 ,,. I6.i Q' 1 If 'I f ,.,. Q. v sg x 1 4 , ,za '5 I . wall' Q' f-215' -Af ..f, 13' ,r-.02 "fi'1"' ' , vi-YL" fl 3 , I law. 'QW' ' ywlf! JQQX-A if .As,Q?xfZ1gg 4 , 5. fgqikv ,- 1-1- y '64 . N05 ' . ..,. QL 954-TqSf,n,', 20. 4? if ,V l7x yn ff 'Q W f 21 1 wg 1 1 if , , 3 2. a'Q4i!91--,.?'i -' " t':33l',jj34Z,:,i ' 3' ,, -1 wg. Y A' ':'57,,1. A ,fx '::',.Q H f!fn'a,pT f' ,.,,,i ,, ' 'V -5 f'f'7Ly,f'fvtfaf" . I iH,lJ.:W., m, , N- ,, .51 gy M.. .3 ,,,,, . if" fl' ff' ' 1- --57: .1 , I 4 ' 'L 31131. i 4 ! -' H 1 A1 'Ka , 1 ' ,ff-L' W I ,. ' If 1' LQT . 1 ,, 4 ' ,--'1 I, ,3 ',.- L -,, . ,,,,,. fl 4 .5 ,ll- .. Wy' s ' , .f AN., .,---". W '. 0- ,' , r . . . 3, i - -k--'T 'z' V ' A fLl,..,.5 A111-.fd , MT-, . Hx. 1 h N X . ... B74 'Haw N'-'n us, Y Q 3335! 'I w -5' '11-Q,, ax! I'Z v 5, .- 4 I v A A Wx ei-uw 'WA 'Q' w wf ME XG v ,N I I J rglh vw mur- QQ' 5. sa X 6 il A .1- 0 7' , , 5 " .c awqjg 1 ,W ,M 'Q xy, ns v 29? we xv ff, Nxw' If-1-'hs iran ,....lI."5-IW 'Y 'lv x ,y A F' K ax, N ox, u u 5 5.4 u-gg f 3 4- 4. vu xx' N ,ne Nfre ,Ar A XA N5 W1 gf' X ww fr'- Q96 5. E 6. - i 1 F .1-- 711. .5- 'g !""f',' F .. ,145 .-lr 3"- :gig ,- nul!"! 59' il., '.. v if QF. A VIA? if. A K K,-...,, Q ' 554' gy x '5l"'?"" ..v r 1 ,Q gg - fr n ., "' I - .Li x R 3 ? 'TA , I k f 1 4 'ff 5' ' 7 W ix - h 4 W X 4 gyxiwj 2 I at 1 , W . 'l f ILL., 5 ,- 'W' ' V Y" :Ili , 'A v ' Q I fx 1 .' , " 1 ' f f' '5gf"""' mv- I C 's It I 2 4. N1 .ily-L 5 65. 1, ,A - ' Y 4 H f,, .,r, lv n X . I zfpi- 'pix 4 , r x 'W' 4 ,L W Y, v N 4 I2 ff' .1 N 2:01 My 'ls Maj . .W1, -1 E 5 . W WY -"i 1 r ,E W, . 2 l 5 4MB-'N , ,-, M. .W .Jttu 'JC- 'Q' Ya r r i f 4 l T X4 was fi N R I ...Al , ws' fig X ,,, ' ,XJ V. my ' W? , -,A W 4.." " MQ' ,W ,. .4 'TWJ 'ff sv, gh 'C-'sa gl 'fl K' L f S si ff s 'fsifiif' . ,, , flwkgf? ' ' IO. W no 1, , r".Xs"' x 51- x us. W 1 X, .-. Y' ' , -- s 110' 3 '-5 wi 5 .A- :xxx-7 .LXR ax- ,1 .Q- :. .QV "NN, x Q 5. f -- 3155, 1 'aff' . - N N' " ,, 1 N- ' l M V- ns ' U 1 -...1,,.. , 'Y F , ,Q ,- fy 1 - . WW I t . QL.. f R.-f ' ' .. .-.--...ad 4. wand M.. . 2-13.-if""' ua 61 n '1?f:15'f1 -- ,U N , 5 . .,,. 'o ' . , A 3.3 I. -,on 5.1.3 . . ", f .'-' . . .' 2 nc -.'. . .'j-1- sv- - 1 -m.,--, 4'2" f' IJ' '.-33' A. .,'.....-,gf ,,.g.g. 5. .g'.g. f.'.g., ,'.- ',' -, . ff: 92.03.24 1-7 44-I-.-I .'.f,..4 .-,.----J. . f,-,14.,.-,- A, V, g . '...- ', ' ','.'. . -,-3. - '. .' o .-' S' ,""4'1uvlllm l-"HW .5 03, ,:,.,:,:.' u. .-, ,-,, , . .l y-. -9,1 4.-.:.,. - s :I 'S '51 Q Q'4'u.b. ,:, -in egos .O 0 4" '-"'-'L '-"Iv -' I-' I-' ff: .1 rg:-.-r .-: - -J'-f'vf4z1 ' '-1:2 A-: - - ' fr.: .- - I A fi BooK TWO N ADMINISTRHTIO 14 '73, THE CCRPORATION OF THE UNIVERSITY I THE RECTOR OF THE UNIVERSITY FREDIERIC WILLIAM SCOTT THE VISITORS OF THE UNIVERSITY 'To February 28, 1938 JAMES HOWARD CORBITT ..... Suffolk WILLIAM ALEXANDER STUART . . Abingdon MARY COOKE BRANCH MUNFORD Richmond The State SLIpeI'iIItcndeIIt Of Public Inf CHARLES O'CONNOR GOOLRICK .... struction, exfoihcio ..... Richmond . . . . . . . . . . Fredericksburg The President Of the University, ex' 'S LEWIS CATLETT WILLIAMS . . . Richmond officio ......... University To February 29, 19-40 HOLLIS RINEHART ..... Charlottesville CHRISTOPHER BROWN GARNETT . Cherrydale FREDERIC WILLIAM SCOTT. . .Richmond ROBERT GRAY WILLIAMS . . .Winchester THE SECRETARY OF THE VISITORS ELMER IRVING CARRUTHERS EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MESSRS. GOOLRICR, WILLIAMS, R. G., MRS. MUNFORD, AND THE RECTOR FINANCE COMMITTEE MESSRS. SCOTT fChairmanj, RINEHART, AND WILLIAMS, R. G. GROUNDS AND BUILDING COMMITTEE MESSRS. RINEHART, GARNBTT, CORBITT, AND STUART NEW BUILDING COMMITTEE MESSRS. RINEHART, WILLIAMS, L. C., AND GOOLRICR E291 1 9 3 7 CORKS AND CURLS l , l JOHN LLOYD NEWCCMB, B.A., C.E., Sc.D., LL.D. President of the University Pi Kappa Alpha, Lambda Pig Phi Beta Kappag Tau Beta Pi, Theta Tau, Sigma Beta Phi, T.I.L.K.A.g Raveng Bachelor of Arts, William and Mary College, Civil Engineer, University of Virginiag Doctor of Science, Washington and Lee University, 1933, LL.D., William and Mary College, 1935 g LL.D., George Washington University, 1934, - LL.D., Duke University, 1935 g Adjunct Professor of Civil Engineering, University of Virginia, 1905f1909g Professor of Civil Engineering, University of Virginia, 191Of1933g Assistant to the President, University of Virginia, 1926fl931g Acting President, Uni- versity of Virginia, 1931-35, President, University of Virginia, 1933f. IBOJ A MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT I Each year during the last onefhalf century new groups of students have assembled the facts concerning the social and athletic life of their session and have set them forth in attractive form for the permanent en' joyment of their fellow students. This has been a worthy service in the life of the University. Many hundred alumni, from time to time, turn the pages of the book of their year to look upon selected views showing the physical beauty of the grounds and buildings of their University, to recall the face of some acquaintance or friend of student days, to revive the memory of youthful fancy and to live again in vivid memory the happy days spent on Lawn and Range. It is well that busy men should thus lay aside the cares of daily routine and every once in a while drink again, in memory at least, at the fountain of their youth, for in such manner they draw unto themselves renewed strength for their tasks and a finer faith in the nobility and beauty of life. To bring together in a single volume all the important facts relating to extrafcurricular activities so that they may be repossessed at any time is a fine and important service. To do this in a book whose illustrations, print, and binding are characterized by beauty and charm is to merit the congratulations and pride of faculty and students alike. I wish to commend most heartily the 19364937 Editorial Staff of Coiucs AND CURLS upon bringing out so splendidly an addition to our Year Book. It commemorates with dignity and beauty the fiftieth anniversary of its founding. ylfffwwa 1 9 3 7 C xi 1 iq- i- 1 .gg GEORGE OSCAR FERGUSON, JR. B.A., M.A., PHD. Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences Dr. Ferguson is a graduate of William and Mary and Columbia. He taught at the for- mer institution and at Colgate University before coming here in 1919. In 1934 he became Dean of the College here. He is a Kappa Sigma, and a member of Phi Delta Karma. Phi Beta Kappa. and Raven. His home is in Leesburg, in northern Virginia. JOHN LEv1 MANAHAN B.S., MA., Pl'l.D. Dean of the Department of Education Dr. Manahan has been Dean of the Depart- ment of Education since 1920. He camc here in '16 as Professor of Educational Ad- ministration. His native state is Ohio and he is a graduate of Ohio Northern and Harvard Universities. Before taking up his vrofessorial work here, he had taught at Harvard, at Miami University, and at Rad- cliffe College. l32l An Left: IVEY FOREMAN LEWIS B.A., M.S., Pl'l.D. Dean of the University Dr. Lewis became Dean of the University in 1934, followlna' the retirement of the late Dean Page. Previous to that time he had served as Acting Dean of Men. Dr. Lewis holds two rlenzrces from the University of North Carolina. His Ph.D. he earned at Johns Hopkins. He is a Zeta Psi and n member of the Phi Beta Kappa, Sigma Xl. and Raven Societies. At Right: GEORGE BOARDMAN EAGER, JR. B.S., LL.B. Acting Dean of the Department of Law Dean Eager was graduated from the Uni- versity of Virginia with the degrees of B.S. and LL.B. ln 1910. He was Adjunct Professor of Law at Virginia from 1911-1915, Associate Professor 1915-16. Professor in 1916-1926, and became Asslstant Dean of the Law School in 1926. He is a member of Phi Kappa Psi, Theta Nu Epsilon, Phl Beta Kappa, Phi Delta Pht. 11909-19331. "Z," Owl. Raven. Order of the Coif. E331 WALTER SHELDON RODMAN B.S., M.S., S.M. Dean of the Department of Engineering Rhode Island College and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology are Dr. Rodman's alma maters. He came here in 1910 as Ad- junct Professor of Electrical Engineering. In 1933 he rose to the Deanship when Dr. Newcomb .became Acting President of the University. Dr. Rodman ls a Phi Sigma Kappa and a member of Phi Beta. Kappa. Sigma Xl. Tau Beta Pl. Theta Tau. Phi Gamma Mu. and Raven. JAMES CARROLL FLIPPIN M.D. Dean of the Department of Medicine Dr. Fllppin is a graduate of the University. Since receiving his M.D. in 1901 he has devoted his life to teaching. On the death of Dr. Hough he became Dean, which Do- sitlon he now holds. in addition to a pro- fessorship in Clinical Medicine. He is a native of Lunenburg County and n. member of Kappa Sigma. Phi Beta Kappa. Alllha Omena Alpha. Nu Sigma Nu. and Raven. 1 9 3 7 CHARLES GILMORE MAPHIS PliD.D., LL.D. Dean of the Summer Quarter Dr. Maphls ls a native of Shenandoah County. Virginia. He was graduated from Peabody College in 1886. Since then he has been honored by degrees from Davidson College and from Roanoke College. In 1911 Dr. Maphls became professor of Secondary Education at the University. In 1920 he became Dean of the Summer Quarter. Since 1927, he has been director of the Institute of Public Atfairs. ROBERTA Lols HOLLINGSWORTH B.A., PH.D. Acting Dean of Women Mlss Hollingsworth is a native of Belair, Maryland. She pursued her undergraduate studies at Goucher College and after gradu- ating there came to the University where she earned her Ph.D, From 1926 to 1930 she taught at Agnes Scott College. in Geor- gia. but gave up this position in 1931 to return to the University of Virginia as Act- lng Dean of Women. U41 Ar Left. JOHN CALVIN METCALF B.A., M.A., Ll'rT.D., LL.D. Dean of Lhe Department of Gvaduatc Studies Dr. Metcalf attended Georgetown fKen- tuckyb College, the University of Chicago, and Harvard University. He holds hon- orary degrees from Georgetown, from Bay- lor University, and from the University of Richmond. He was appointed Dean of the Graduate School hcrc in 1923. He is n Karina Alpha and a member of Omlcron Deltn. Kappa, Sigma Upsllon, Phi Beta Kap- pa, and Raven. rn . . a he - , -YEIIEKA fit V .JW l . - S A fy -w.:,f:f,g,v V ..lU1I,gt I 'I t ,.:.:,1..! . 9'7ig2.5ff1F" 2F",!i2','f,z1lIQillrr l jl'l'1'i, -A -1, 'P - Ai' Lfigf. '- . .-lf ' 'A '-Sfrrggrlri ipw g ii fi f, af '3'Iq g.,q gs',. j5 . f"g,,.5qx .QU "x-ff., ' , ' ' "I '. "'L , 'iw .fs -'Lf : ' "" ,L,i5.-ugh' '-"fi ' , fi" -' tj' 3 tu, -l Ji a b ,..' -9 I ' is serif. . "xt -intl it " .am-ffl J 1 - . 5 I ' N 'UAE HYLDMA rhsffl15'N'Y- I h 'I - ' 4 ' -I-.rAv nv vnu nnrvra..-x I vir'?fTrf4'cA .dl ....:....t. n.O1vLavux I v . ....,.-..LIL:' JOHN LLOYD NEWCOMB, B.A., C.E., Sc.D., LL.D. . . . Cari-'s Hill . President of the University IVEY FOREMAN LEWIS, B.A., M.S., Ph.D .... . II East Lawn Dean of the University GEORGE OSCAR FERGUSON, JR., M.A., Ph.D ..... . McCormick Road Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences JOHN CALVIN METCALF, M.A., Litt.D., LL.D .... . Miramont Apartments Dean of the Department of Graduate Studies ARMISTEAD MASON DOEIE, M.A., LL.B., S.J.D ...... Colonnade Clulv Dean of the Department of Law JAMES CARROLL FLIPPIN, M.D ........ . IX West Lawn Dean of the Department of Medicine WALTER SHELDON ROOMAN, M.S., S.M ...... Lyndhall Apartments Dean of the Department of Engineering JOHN LEv1 MANAHAN, B.S., M.A., Ph.D. . . . . 33 University Place Dean of the Department of Education CHARLES GILMORE MAPHIS, Ped.D., LL.D .... . 555 17th Street Dean of the Summer .Quarter GEORGE BASKERVILLE ZEHMER, B.S., M.A .... . Edgewood Lane Director of Extension WILSON GBE, B.S., M.A., Ph.D. . I ....... Montebello Circle Director of the Institute for Research in the Social Sciences ELMER IRVING CARRUTHERS ........... East Range Bursar VIRGINIA EMMA MORAN, M.A ...... . Montebello Circle Registrar E351 1 9 3 7 CORKS AND CURLS HARRY CLEMONS, M.A. . . . . McCormick Road Librarian CATHERINE LIPOP GRAVES . .... . North Second Street Law Librarian ROBERTA LOIS HOLLINGSWORTH, B.A., Ph.D .... . 95 0 Locust Avenue Acting Dean of Women NORTON GOODIER PRITCHETT ......... 3 University Circle Professor and Director of Athletics and Physical Education FRANK EVERETT HARTMAN, C.E .... A ....... Ridge Street Superintendent of Grounds and Buildings BLANCHE LOVING SHEPHERD ........ . Palmyra Secretary to the President FLORENCE NUTTYCOMBE CHEAPE ....... . Oxford Circle Assistant Secretary to the President STAIOE DAVIS BLACREORD, B.S., M.D ........ Meadowbrook Hills University Physician JAMES GLENN DRIVER ........... Faculty Apartments Graduate Manager of Athletics THOMAS MOORE CARRUTHERS ........... East Range Treasurer Department of Athletics and Physical Education LAMBERT DAVIS ............ 330 15 th Street Managing Editor Virginia .Quarterly Review CHARLES HENRY KAUFFMAN, JR .......... Old Parsonage Director of Student Self Help and Executive Secretary Bureau of High School Relations JAMES MALCOLM LUCK ........ . . Jefferson Park Alumni Secretary WILLIAM HILLMAN WRANEK, JR ....... . Wertland Street Assistant Alumni Secretary czlmzo VINCENT WILLIAM ARCHER, B.S., M.D ..... . Mason Lane Professor of Roentgenology ALBERT GEORGE ADAM BALZ, M.A., Ph. D .... . 'Burnley Avenue I Professor of Philosophy JAMES COOK BARDIN, M.D ......... . Cismont, Va. Professor of Romantic Languages E361 ALBERT JULIUS BARLOW B A, C.P.A ...... "Crestwood" Ivy Road Pro essor o Commerce and Business Administration FRANK STRINGFELLOW BARR B.A., M.A ..... . fon leavej Professor of History JESSE WAKEFIELD BEAMS MA., Ph.D .... Professor of Physics ROBERT BENNET BEAN B S M.D ...... Professor of Anatomy . Monroe Hill . X West Lawn ARTHUR FERGUSON BENTON M.A., Ph.D .... . Fry's Spring Road Professor of Chemistry ABRAHAM BERGLUND BA Ph.D ......... Rugby Road Professor of Commerce and Business Administration ROBERT MONTGOMERY BIRD B A., B.S., Ph.D ..... 41 University Circle Professor of Chemistry WILLIAM EDWARD BRAY B A M.D ........ 25 University Circle Professor of Clinical Pathology and Director of Clinical Laboratories ' SIDNEY WILLIAM BRITTON B S., M.D., C.M ....... Fendall Avenue Professor of Physiology WILLIAM EDWARD BROWN M D .......... Blue Ridge San. Professor of Phthisiotheraphy LESLIE HEPBURN BUCKLER M.A ....... R.F.D. 2, Charlottesville Professor of Law EDMUND SCHUREMAN CAMPBELL, M.S. . . Professor of Art and Architecture GARDNER LLOYD CARTER B A, M.A., Ph.D. . . Professor of Chemistry JAMES ROBERT CASI-I MA M.D ..... Professor of Pathology . 55' West Range Gildersleeve Wood . Farmington ALFRED CHANUTIN Ph B Ph.D .... Hill Top Road, Meadowbrook Hills Professor of Biochernistry RICHARD HEATH DABNEY M A., Ph.D .... Professor of History ARMISTEAD MASON DOBIE M A., LL.B., S.J.D. . Professor of Law GEORGE BOARDMAN EAGFR JR B.A., LL.B. . . Professor of Law ROWLAND ANDREWS EGGER M.A., Ph.D. . . Professor of Political Science WILLIAM HARRISON FAULKNER, M.A., Ph.D. . . Professor of Germanic Languages GEORGE OSCAR FERCUSON JR M.A., Ph.D. . . Professor of Psychology and Education l37fl . Rugby Road . Colonnade Club . University Park 5 Rugby Apartments . I West Lawn McCormick Road f 1 9 3 7 CORKS AND CURLS ARTHUR FICKENSCHER, Diploma, Royal Conservatory of Munich fnearj Dawson's Row Professor of Music JAMES CARROLL FLIPPIN, M.D ........ . IX West Lawn Professor of Internal Medicine WILLIAM MENTZEL FORREST, B.A ..... . . . . VIII East Lawn john B. Cary Memorial Professor of Biblical History and Literature ROBERT V. FUNSTEN, M.D ....... . . . Old Barracks Road Professor of Orthopedics WILSON GEE, B.S, M.A,, Ph.D .... . . . . . . Montebello Circle Professor of Rural Economics and Rural Sociology and Director Institute for Research in Social Sciences GARRARD GLENN, B.A., LL.B ...... Professor of Law ROBART KENT GOOOH, M.A., D.Phil. fOxonJ . . Ivy, Virginia . . The Chateau Professor of Political Science W. PATTON GRAHAM, M.A ....... . . 1100 Wertland St. Professor of Romanic Languages JAMES HART, A.B., A.M., Ph.D ...... . . . 1551 VirginiaAve. Professor of Political Science HALSTEAD SI-IIPMAN HEDGES, M.A., M.D. . . 1035 Park St. Professor of Diseases of the Eye ATCI-IESON LAUGHLIN HENCH, M.A., Ph.D. . Professor of English FLOYD NELSON HOUSE, M.A., Ph.D ..... Professor of Sociology LLEWELLYN GRIEEITI-I HOXTON, B.S., M.A., Ph.D. Professor of Physics HARVEY ERNEST JORDAN, M.A., Ph.D ..... . . East jeiferson St. . . 2 Rugby Apartments . . . 16th Sli. . . . 34 University Place Professor of Histology and Embryology WILLIAM ALLISON KEPNER, M.A., Ph.D., Sc.D. . Professor of Biology ELBERT ALVIS KINCAID, M.A., Ph.D ..... Professor of Commerce and Business WILLIAM ALEXANDER LAMBET1-I, M.D., Ph.D. . Professor of Hygiene EDWIN PARTRIDGE LEI-IMAN, B.A., M.D .... . . . 29 University Place Rugby Road and Mason Lane Administration . . . . University Park . . . Meadowbrook Hills Professor of Surgery and Gynecology LINWOOD LEI-IMAN, M.A., Ph.D ...... Professor of Latin CARLISLE SANFORD LENTZ, B.A., M.D .... . . . A .Box 1287, U. Va. . . . . Rugby Road Professor of Hospital Administration and Superintendent of University Hospital IVEY FOREMAN LEWIS, B.A., M.S., Ph.D ...... . II East Lawn Professor of Biology and Agriculture E381 JOHN JENNINCS LUCK, M.A., Ph.D ...... . Colonnade Club Professor of Mathematics ARTHUR FRANCIS MACCONOCHIE, B.Sc. fEngrg.J London . . Farmington Professor of Mechanical Engineering EDWARD JAMES MCSI-IANE, B.E., B.S., M.D., Ph.D. . . . Lewis Mtn. Road Professor of Mathematics JOHN LEVI MANAHAN, B.S., M.A., Ph.D ...... 33 University Place Professor of Educational Administration CHARLES GILMORE MAPHIS, Ped.D., LL.D. . . . . 555 17th St. Professor of Education JOHN CALVIN METCALF, M.A., Litt.D., LL.D ..... Miramont Apartments Linden Kent Memorial Professor of English SAMUEL ALFRED MITCHELL, M.A., Ph.D., LL.D .... Observatory, U. Va. Professor of Astronomy andfiDirector of Leander McCormick Observatory WALTER ALEXANDER MONTGOMERY, B.A., Ph.D. . 'Za W. C. Whitlock, U. Va. Professor of Latin CHARLES BRUCE MORTON, B.S., M.D ........ Edgewood Lane Professor of Clinical Surgery and Gynecology HENRY BEARDEN MUHLOLLAND, M.D ....... Meadowbrook Hills ' Professor of Practice of Medicine JOHN HENRY NEFF, B.A., M.D ...... . University Circle ' Professor of Urology WILLIAM ARMISTEAD NELSON, B.S., M.A ...... . Varsity Hall Professor of Geology LOUISE OATES, B.S., M.A ........ 205 Preston Court Apartments Professor of Nursing Education EARNEST JACKSON OGLESBY, B.A., M.A ....... Box 1032, U. Va. Professor of Engineering Mathematics NORTON GOODIER PRITCHETT ......... 3 University Circle Professor and Director of Athletics and Physical Education FREDERICK DEANE GOODWIN RIBBLE, M.A., LL.B ..... Colonnade Club Professor of Law JOSEPH KENT ROBERTS, M.A., Ph.D ..... . Montebello Circle Professor of Geology WALTER SHELDON RODMAN, M.S., S.M ...... Lyndhall Apartments Professor of Electrical Engineering LAWRENCE THOMAS ROYSTER, M.D ....... . Rugby Road Professor of Pediatrics EDWARD WATTS SAUNDERS, JR., C.E ........ 1006 East High St. Professor of Civil Engineering DUDLEY CROFFORD SMITH,.B.S., M.D ....... 30 University Circle Professor of Dermatology and Syphilology WILLIAM ROYALL SMITHEY, M.A., Ph.D ...... 40 University Circle Professor of Secondary Education E391 1 9 3 7 CORKS AND CURLS TIPTON RAY SNAVELY, M.A., Ph.D ...... . 6 Monroe Hill Professor of Economics CARROLL MASON SPARROW, B.A., Ph.D .... . West Lawn Professor of Physics CARL CASKEY SPEIDEL, Ph.B., Ph.D ...... . Dawson's Row Professor of Anatomy JAMES ALEXANDER WADDELL, B.A., M.D ........ Monroe Hill Professor of Pharmacology, Materia Medica and Toxicology ROBERT HENNING WEBB, M.A., Ph.D ...... . . Rugby Road Professor of Greek ORLAND EMILE WHITE, M.S., Sc.D ........ Jefferson Park Ave. Professor of Agricultural Biology and Director of Blandy Experimental Farm GORDON THOMAS WHYBURN, M.A., Ph.D ........ Ivy Terrace Professor of Mathematics TIFFANY JOHNS WILLIAMS, B.A., M.D ....... McCormick Road Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology JAMES SOUTI-IALL WILSON, M.A., Ph.D., LL.D ..... . West Lawn Professor of English RICHARD HENRY WILSON, M.A., Ph.D ...... . 416 Park St. Professor of Romanic Languages FLETCHER DRUMMOND WOODWARD, M.D ........ Rugby Road Professor of Diseases of Ear, Nose and Throat JOHN HOWE YOE, M.S., M.A., Ph.D ......... Wayside Place Professor of Chemistry THOMAS PERKINS AEERNETI-IY, Ph.D ....... . Watson Terrace Associate Professor of History ALFRED AKERMAN, M.F ......... . Triplet, Va. Associate Professor of Forestry FREDERICK LYONS BROXVN, M.A., Ph.D ..... . Montebello Circle Associate Professor of Physics ARTHUR KYLE DAVIS, JR., M.A., B.Litt. Ph.D ..... Faculty Apartments 'Associate Professor of English Literature MELVIN GARDNER DE CHAZEAU, B.A., M.A., Ph.D ..... DawSon'S Row Associate Professor of Commerce and Business Administration HARDY CROSS DILLARD, Grad. U.S.M.A., LL.B. . Old Lynchburg and Shamrock Roads Associate Professor of Law ALEXANDER DAVID FRASER, B.A., M.A ....... Old Lynchburg Road Associate Professor of Archaeology FRANK ARTHUR GELDARD, B.A., M.A., Ph.D ..... . Edgewood Lane Associate Professor of Psychology ARMISTEAD CHURCHILL GORDON, JR., M.A., Ph.D .... Fry's Spring Road Associate Professor of English CHARLES HENDERSON, E.E ............ Rugby Road Associate Professor of Experimental Engineering E401 CARL HERMAN HESSE, B.S., M.E ......... Montebello Circle Associate Professor of Engineering Drawing ARCHIBALD ANDERSON HILL, B.A., M.A., Ph.D ..... Observatory Ave. Associate Professor of English Philology FRANK WILLIAM HOEEER, M.A., Ph.D ...... . Rugby Road Associate Professor of Sociology ROBERT DUEY HOLLOWELL, M.D., Dr.P.H .... Raleigh Court Apartments Associate Professor of Public Health CHARLES NEWTON HULVEY, M.S., LL.B ...... "Crestwood" Ivy Road Associate Professor of Commercial Law DUNCAN CLARK HYDE, B.A., Ph.D ....... . University Park Associate Professor of Economics HERMAN PATRICK JOHNSON, M.A., Ph.M ...... . University Associate Professor of English Literature THOMAS CARY JOHNSON, B.A., M.A ...... . Stribling Ave. Associate Professor of History RICHARD CHAPIN JONES, B.A., M.E ........ Gildersleeve Wood Associate Professor of Forestry ' JAMES ERNEST KINDRED, M.A., Ph.D ..... . Gordon Ave. and 15th St. Associate Professor of Histology and Embryology BENfZION LINFIELD, M.A., Ph.D., Sc.D ....... . Oxford Road Associate Professor of Mathematics LAWRENCE THEODORE LUDWIGN, B.P.E., M.Ed ...... Fry's Spring Road Associate Professor of Physical Education ROBERT ELIOT LUTZ, M.S., Ph.D ......... Meadowbrook Hills Associate Professor of Chemistry EARL GODFREY MELLOR, B.A., M.A., Ph.D ...... Old Lynchburg Road Associate Professor of Romanic Philology JAMES SHANNON MILLER, JR., B.S., B.A., E.E ...... Montebello Circle Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering CHARLES PATTERSON NASH, JR., B.S., LL.B. . Hill Top Road, Meadowbrook Hills Associate Professor of Law JOHN MCINTYRE NOKES, M.D .......... University Circle Associate Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology - HIARRY ROGERS PRATT ......... "The Mews" West Lawn Associate Professor of Music and Dramatic Art BRUCE DODSON REYNOLDS, B.S., Sc.D ....... Miramont Apartments Associate Professor of Zoology ORESTE RINETTI, Ph.D ........... Faculty Apartments Associate Professor of Italian GEORGE WASHINGTON SPICER, B.A., Ph.D. . Hill Top Road, Meadowbrook Hills Associate Professor of Political Science GEORGE TALMAGE STARNES, M.A., Ph.D ....... Montebello Circle Associate Professor of Commerce and Business Administration E411 -A 1 9 3 7 CORKS AND CURLS ALFRED MOLAREN WHITE, B.S.E., M.S., Sc.D .... fDied Sept. 23, 19361 Associate Professor of Chemical Engineering DAVID COLE WILSON, B.A., M.D .......... Oxford Road Associate Professor of Psychiatry and Neurology FRBDERIC TURNBULL WOOD, B.A., Ph.D ........ Rugby Road Associate Professor of Germanic Philology JAMES EDWIN WOOD, JR., M.D ........ Cabell and Grady Aves. Associate Professor of Internal Medicine GEORGE BASKERVILLE ZEHMER, B.S., M.A ...... . ton leavej Associate Professor of Education and Director of Extension HENRY GRADY ACKER, M.S .......... Lewis Mtn. Road Assistant Professor of School Supervision and Elementary School Supervisor EDWIN MORRIS BETTS, Ph.B., M.S., Ph.D ....... Edgewood Lane Assistant Professor of Biology STAIGE DAVIS BLACKFORD, B.S., M.D ........ Meadowbrook Hills Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine EDWIN WEISMAN BURTON, B.A., M.D ....... . Rugby Place Assistant Professor of Diseases of the Eye JESSE LESTER CAPPON, M.A., Ph.D ........ Observatory Ave. Acting Assistant Professor of History and University Archivist EDWARD LYMAN COREY, B.A., Ph.D ....... Assistant Professor of Physiology CHARLES KIDDER DAVENPORT, C.P.H., Ph.D ..... Assistant Professor of Philosophy Old Lynchburg Road . . Farmington EVERETT FOGG DAVIS, B.S., Ph.D ........ Meadowbrook Hills Assistant Professor of Biology WAYNE DENNIS, M.A., Ph.D ........ Assistant Professor of Psychology FREDERICK CHARLES DISQUE, M.S .... . . . Assistant Professor of Architecture . lon leavej . 11 Preston Place EVERETT CATO DRASH, B.A., M.D ......... 1410 Gordon Ave. Assistant Professor of Clinical Surgery and Gynecology THOMAS HAYHURST EVANS, B.S., M.S. fin C.E.y . . . Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering CHAUNOEY MOLEAN GILBERT, B.S., Ph.D ...... Assistant Professor of Biology ORON JAMES HALE, M.A., Ph.D ....... Assistant Professor of History NILS HAMMARSTRAND, M.A., C.E ........ Assistant Professor of History of Art LEWIS MACHEN HAMMOND, M.A., Ph.D ...... Assistant Professor of Philosophy RAYMOND CONRAD HEIDLOEE, B.E., B.S ...... Assistant Professor of Physical Education E421 . Lewis Mtn. Road 1206 Wertland St. . Fendall Ave. Jefferson Park Circle Lyndhall Apartments . Oxford Circle MYRTLE MARY HOLLO, B.Ph., M.A. in Nurs. Ed ..... 521 Valley Road Assistant Professor of Nursing Education ARTHUR MERRITT JARMAN, B.S. Ed., M.S., Ph.D. . . . Washington St. Assistant Professor of Education ITHAMAN MARTIN LEAVITT, JR., LL.B ...... . Colonnade Club Acting Assistant Professor of Law STANISLAW JOHN MAKIELSKI, B.S. in Arch ....... Barracks Road Assistant Professor of Art and Architecture AMELIA MCLEsTER, M.A. . .......... Fendall Ave. Assistant Professor of School Supervision and Elementary School Supervisor FRANZ KARL M01-IR, M.A., Dr. Jur. fVlCHHH, .... Monroe Apartments Assistant Professor of Germanic Languages FREDERICK TRACY MORSE, M.E., E.E ........ . University Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering ARTHUR AUGUST PEGAU, M.A., Ph.D ....... . Rosser Lane Assistant Professor of Geology JOHN ALEXANDER RORER, B.A., M.A ....... Fairfax Apartments Assistant Professor of Extension JAMES KARL SCOTT, B.A., M.S., M.D ........ Olivier Apartments ' Assistant Professor of Pathology ARCHIBALD BOLLING SHEPPERSON, M.A., Ph.D .... . Rugby Road Assistant Professor of English JOHN BLACK SIRICH, B.A., M.A., Ph.D ...... . Colonnade Club Acting Assistant Professor of History LELAND BRADLEY SNODDY, B.S., M.A., Ph.D ..... Jefferson Park Circle Assistant Professor of Physics HUGH MILLER SPENCER, B.A., M.S., Ph.D ..... . Stribling Ave. Assistant Professor of Chemistry OSCAR SWINEFORD, JR., B.S., M.D ......... University Circle Assistant Professor of Practice of Medicine RAYMOND UHL, M.A., Ph.D ...... Hill Top Road, Meadowbrook Hills Assistant Professor of Political Science PETER VAN DE KAMP, Ph.D ....... . . Observatory Mtn. Assistant Professor of Astronomy I JOSEPH LEE VAUGHAN, M.A .......... Altamont Circle Assistant Professor of English in the Department of Engineering ALEXANDER VYSSOTSKY, Ph.D .......... Observatory Mtn Assistant Professor of Astronomy WILLIAM WIRT WADDEL, JR., B.S., M.D ..... . Wayside Place Assistant Professor of Pediatrics G. RICHARD WENDT, B.A., M.A., Ph.D ..... . . . University Court Acting Assistant Professor of Psychology TI-IADDEUS BRAXTCN WOODY, B.A., M.A ....... Gildersleeve Wood Assistant Professor of Spanish E431 i 5 1 9 3 7 ,'5Q"' , ' Ui, v. I-'.1,'M '42 . ' f' .v ','-,1g!1,'x " cf, -'f' .' ' ,'.'9'!a3 ,fa.n,.c.' 4, ...f .1 ., ,g, . .,. iw J 2'-21215. - '. , ' ZH, N f .,,e.,,, 1. 1, , , .g.. 0 4 1 'u .' .awp ,KM U -K' 1 1 '5'.L3.'1"'f' 2, ' '1 1 fr "XM fo,"- ., ,.'13v my Q 4, -U -, 5 .za-. ' 24' "Z, , 'va 1 ..,. . . 5.fjjj,a'A, Q- x 2 , -. 1 . ' 4 5 I .0 lf, 4, . f. . , .T -',-' '. Q' 1 . , .10 . ,l . , ,.',' 011,130 "ul n l 1' ' t' ,.-. '-3',"'i'v BQ A H, ,- , ., X ,.,. , , ,- . .'. x -2, n . ' v - ' , su- my-f.x.f ua .- . ' -.wg -'f s ,1f.'.. ,, ,ax ' X :,.gn,:....'.v.:u,. my.,-M '7'.".". ' C , K"-gm? W:-.4',:Tt'-f"" 5 ,Jr ',' ' J v 14 Mata' o . I .J go 4 ,-,-A.. '. 4' 1 4' ,. , 4 4 n 'mf .3 1 O, if "' ' 2 . " ' W. . .3 ,va . ,- , n - ',.".', ."' W." v' H .MN . . 1 , . ... ,u . 4 1 4 1 1 , , H . ,f 1 - . fl, 4' li' ' 4' ,' 4, I' 0' U , 70 5' . fl." ' In 1 .H 'X 1 b X THREE S BOOK ENT DEPH RTNI , . E. L rf ' Qsj, ' ter: K p ,Nz., v Q Q' JL" Mi if: ,-5, or 'rn 4 ,mf .,,p,v, e"WWs f 55+- i17t,'L ERP? r if 1 K. hz drill? 'vi S315 .Q 1 +35 -sz , 4 -L " .A4 any 2 512 is P- r in '. ,, 'W K , . X . ,z A T441 1: 1 A , '44 .2 Nw-,LF .' :img ,X ZW 1 1, A , IK, 4, Z5 . Ir, 3. t 1' . . . , 4 LA , Z 1 C . , Y x 1 I GORDON FRYER RAINEY President THE CLASS OF 1936 FREDERICK C. ZEISBERG, JR. . . VicefPfesidem DONALD L. FITZHUGH . . . . Secretary JUNIUS R. FISHBURNE . . Tveasuver PRATT C. REMMEL . . Historian 1 E471 1 9 3 7 CORKS AND CURLS INTERMEDIATE HONORS GEORGE CLAYTON ARMISTEAD, JR. WILLIAM RANDALL BROWN MILLARD CASS JOSEPH BALL CRALLE, II JAMES ARTHUR CRUTCHFIELD, JR. LANG DAYTON CARLYLE MANNING DUNAWAY CHARLES MCINTOSH GORDAN WAYLAND JACKSON HAYES, JR. JAMES HENNING HILLIARD JACK HARRY HOPKINS ROBERT TATE IRVINE, JR. MINTER MORGAN JACKSONV JOSEPH FRANCIS MOORE, JR. JOHN RICHARD MORRIS, JR. FRANKLIN GUY MYERS E481 MATTHEW FONTAINE MAURY OSBORNE ROBERT VINUP OXENHAM ANDREW JACKSON PIETSCH LUKE HARVEY POE, JR. JOHN WILLIAM RIELY MALCOLM WILLIAM RUSSELL THOMAS MCCREERY SAWYERS GEORGE FENNEL SHELBURNE IRWIN H. SLATER RICHARD TEMPLE SNELLINGS CHARLES LEWIS SOURS MILLARD FILLMORE WARRICK, JR. JAMES GUY WEDDLE, JR. JOHN DAVIS WINGFIELD HAROLD TAYLOR YATES WILLIAM HENRY PALMER YOUNG KNOX TURNEULL ARTS KNOX TURNBULL . FONTAINE C. ARMISTEAD ROBERT H. ABBITT FREDERICK J. CRAMER COLLEGE OF AND SCIENCES l OFFICERS E491 . President VicefPresident . Secretary . Historian 1 9 3 7 CORKS AND CURLS 'Top Row ROBERT HAMLET ABBITT Bachelor of Science Theta Delta Chi: Skull and Keysg Dean's Listg Secretary Of College, '36"37g Dormitory Councillor: Freshman Bas' kecball, '33"34: Varsity Basketball, '34-'35"36: V Clubg Baseball, Freshman Captain, '34g Varsity Baseball, '34f '35"'36. JOHN ANTRIM, JR. B. S. in Commerce Delta Tau Delta, CORKS AND CURLS Editorial Staff, '34f '37, German Club, Freshman Manager of Basketball, Dean's List. FONTAINE C. ARMISTEAD Bachelor of Arts Phi Kappa Sigmag Lambda Pig German Club: Secretary Of the Raven Societyg Glee Cluhg Swimming Team, Captain, College Topics, COfEditOrfin'Chiefg Press Clubg Vice-Pres' ident of College: Intermediate Honors. THOMAS JAMES ASHLEY B. S. in Commerce Glce Club, University Orchestra. FRANKLIN L. BALCH Bachelor of Science Virginia Magazine, Assistant Editor, '35f'36. CBottom 'Row W. LUDWELL BALDWIN, JR. Bachelor of Science Phi Gamma Delta, P. K. Societyg Lambda Pig CORKS AND CURLSJ Glcc Club. WILLIAM F. BANTA Bachelor of Science Alpha Tau Omega: German Clubg Skull and Keysg Cross Country, '32"36g Varsity Track, '32f'36g Captain Cross Country, '34, CHARLES HENRY BAUMGARTNER, JR. B. S. in Architecture FCHARLEY NIELD BAYLESS B. S. in Architecture Pi Kappa Alpha: Scarab: Fraternity Representative to CORRS AND CURLS, '34-'35'f'36 PHILIP JOSEPH BEATTIE, JR. Bachelor of Science Chi Phi, Freshman Boxing Tcamg Freshman Track Teamg Skull and Kcysg German Cluh. GRADUATING CLASS OF THE COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES GRADUATING CLASS OF THE COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES 'Top 'Row CBottom UROW KENNETH H. BEER B. S. in Commerce Phi Gamma Delta: P. K. Society: Lambda Pi: Raven So' ciety: Beta Gamma Sigma: Associate Editor College Topics, '34: Business Manager Virginia Magazine, '35"36: Track Numerals, '34: Track Team, '36. EUGENE J. BENEDUCE, JR. Bachelor of Science Boxing Squad. CHARLES l"lENRY BERGMANN Bachelor of Science . Theta Delta Chi: Manager Football, '36: P. K. Society: Z: Eli Bananna: Bad Check Committee: V Club. BENJAMIN WALTER BERNER Bachelor of Science ROBERT BRUCE BICKELY B. S. in Commerce Pi Kappa Alpha: Alpha Kappa Psi: Student Assembly, '36f'f'1'7g Glee Club, '36"3'7. ROBERT MoNTcoMERY BIRD, JR. B. S. in Medicine Phi Kappa Psi: Lambda Pi: P. K. Society: Faculty Editor CORKS AND CURLS, '35: Calconon: Intermediate Honors. ROBERT M. BLAKE Bachelor of Science Delta Psi: German Club: Lambda Pi: First Year Boxing and Baseball Squads: Assistant Manager of Football, '35': Varsity Baseball Squad, '35-'36. R. O. BLOOMER Bachelor of Science CARLE CONNVAY BRAWNER, JR. Bachelor of Science WILLIAM E. BRAY, JR. Bachelor of Science Boxing Adjunct, '33-'34: Pi Kappa Alpha: Nu Sigma Nu: Dean's List, '3?v'34. E511 1 9 3 7 CORKS AND CURLS 'Top 'Row 'Bottom :Row THOMAS H. BRITT Bachelor of Science Phi Delta Thetag Transfer from Elon College, 3. MORTIMER MAXWELL CAPL1N Bachelor of Science Pi Lambda Phi: Varsity Boxing Team: Raven Societyg President of Virginia Playersg lntermedaite Honors. GEORGE DOUGLAS MILLER CARY Bachelor of Science Delta Psig P. K. Societyg Lambda Pig T.I.L.K.A.g Zg Fresh' man Boxingg Varsity Boxing, '34 and '36g G. A. A., 3'3f3g Student Senate Madison Hall Cabinetg V Club. J. BRENNAN CATCH B. S. in English Delta Upsilong Golf Team f2Jg Interfraternity Council qs, 43. HERBERT BAKER CHAPIN B. S. in Commerce A Assistant Manager of Trackg Chairman Of Intramural Ath- letic Protest Committee. J. L. E. CHEETHAM B. S. in Commerce Phi Gamma Deltag P. K. Society. JOHN CLARK, JR. B. S. in Commerce Sigma Phi Epsilong Dean's List, '33-'34f'37. ROBERT FULTON CLARK B. S. in Geology Delta Chig Freshman Track Team, '32"33. JOHN GORDON COLEMAN B. S. in Zoology Kappa Alphag Dean's List. PETE CUMMINGS Bachelor of Science GRADUATING CLASS OF THE COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES C521 GRADUATING CLASS OF THE COLLEGE Top CROW JAMES GILLIAM CONRAD Bachelor of Science Kappa Sigmag HaInpdcn'Sydney, '33-' W. R. L. CRAFT Bachelor of Science Track. JOHN CHANDLER CORD B. S. in Law ,HARRIS B. DAVENPORT, JR. Bachelor of Science Alpha Kappa Psi. M. SIMS DAVIDSON Bachelor of Science 3 OF ARTS AND SCIENCES CBottom CROW MAURICE DE BRITA B. S. in Commerce ROBERT L. DIBBLE Bachelor of Science Phi Delta Thetag Dean's List, '34"35f'36. BETRAM DIENER B. S. in English BERNARD JAMES DIGGS Bachelor of Science Alpha Kappa Psig Madison Hall Cabinet. GOODWIN ARMSTRONG DILLEN Bachelor of Science Theta Delta Chig Freshman Footballg Freshman Tennis. Theta Chi. E531 1 9 3 7 CORKS AND CURLS l TOP 'ROW Qottom 'Row CHARLES FREDERICK DISQUE, JR. THOMAS DEMETRIOUS EFSTATION B. S. in Chemistry Delta Upsilon. WILLIAM CONWAY DOAK B. S. in English German Clubg Skull and Keysg Football Squad, '35g Track Squad, '37g Eli Bananna. Delta Psig EDWARD GRIFFITH DODSON Bachelof of Arts . Delta Kappa Epsilon: Lambda Pig T.I.L.K.A., IMPQ Phi Delta Plmig First Year Football and Track Teams, '32"33g Varsity Football, '34-'36g Varsity Track, '34f'36g Vice' President of V Club, '35f'36g Treasurer of Graduating Class, '35: Intermediate Honorsg Raven Societyg President Madison Hall, '36f'37g President P. K. Society, '36f'37. MILTON ROBERT DUBIN Bachelor of Science Dean's Listg Freshman Baseball Squadg Virginia Players. JOHN MINOR EOHOLS B. S. in German GRADUATING CLASS OF THE COLLEGE I5-11 Bachelor of Science Transfer from Wagner College. MARX EISENMAN Bachelor of Science Glee Club, '33934-'35f'3 HERBERT EISLER Bachelor of Science First Year Boxing. S. B. ELKINS Ba:helo'r of Science Phi Kappa Psi. GUY ESTES B. S. in Geology OF ARTS AND 6. SCIENCES GRADUATIN G CLASS OF 'Top CROW JAMES ROGERS EWING Bachelor of Science Student Assembly: Dean's List. J. GILBERT FAATZ Bachelor of Science Sigma Nu: Glce Club: Vicc'President Virginia Players: Assistant University of Virginia Magazine: Dormitory Councillor: Staff, College Topics. ROBERT JOHN FALLERT Bachelor of Science Sigma Chi: Dean's List. ' DONALD S. FARVER B. S. in Commerce GEORGE H. FELDMAN B, S. in Law Phi Alpha: Business Manager of Virginia Players: First Year Basketball: Interfraternity Council: Intermediate Honors. THE COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES CBottom 'Row HENRY B. FIELD B. S. in Biology Kappa Alpha: Glce Club, '33-'37. JOHN MALCOLM FIRTH, JR. Bachelor of Science Chi Phi: Assistant Manager of Basketball: Track Squad: Skull and Keys: German Club. JUNIUS RODES FISHBURNE Bachelor of Science Beta Theta Pi: P. K. Society: Skull and Keys: T.I.L.K.A.: Z: Freshman Basketball: Varsity Basketball, '36"37: Fresh' man Tennis Team: Varsity Tennis Team: Captainfclcct of Tennis, '37. LESLIE R. FORESTER Bachelor of Science Zeta Psi: Varsity Swimming Team: German and Keys: Eli Bananna. CHARLES LEE FRIEDEN B. S. in Commerce Alpha Epsilon Pi. Club: Skull T551 1 9 3 7 CORKS AND CURLS -I if . . . Y. 'Top Row STUART PHILLIPS FROST B. S. in Architecture Theta Chig Scarabg Fencing. JACK CLAYTON FULLER B. S. in Commerce Alpha Kappa Psi. ALFRED D. GALLOWAY B. S. in Commerce DAVID J. GIBSON B. S. in Architecture Zeta Psig Scarabg Intermediate Honorsg Freshman Footballg Freshman Track. F. SWIFT GIBSON II B. S. in Commerce Theta Delta Chig Alpha Kappa Psig Beta Gamma Sigmag Freshman Baseball Manager, '36. CBottom 'Row HAROLD H. GIST Bachelor of Science Intermediate Honorsg Varsity Basketball. LEON GLOBMAN B. S. in Commerce and Law Pi Lambda Phig Dean's Listg Intermediate Honors ROBERT EMANUEI. GOLDSTEN B. S. in Commerce W. DAN HADEN, JR. Bachelor of Science Pi Kappa Alpha. HENRY A. W. HAPPER, JR. Bachelor of Science Theta Delta Chig Sports Editor, College Topicsg Assistant Publicity Agent for Virginiag Fraternity Representative to Student Assembly, '34-'Hg Interfraternity Council, '34' '35'g Sports Writer for The Cavalier. GRADUATING CLASS OF THE COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES H61 GRADUATING CLASS OF THE COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES TOP GROW cBottom CROW A. H. HAYDEN JOHN G. JOHANNESEN, JR. B. S, in Chemistry B. S. in Commerce Freshman Swimming: Varsity Swimming. Alpha Kappa Psi: Freshman Football: Freshman Swim' ming: Varsity Swimming: President of Freshman Cabinet. Madison Hall. J. GRANT HEBBLE B. S. in Medicine MAROELLUS A. JOHNSON III Claeonon Club: Boxing Team, '33"34: 'Topics Staff, '3l. Bachelor of Science Phi Kappa Psi: P. K. Society: Adjunct in Basketball, '32f '33: Associate Manager CORKS AND CURLS, '35. RICHARD HALL HENRY E -1 1 - 1 ac 'C 0' of Smme HERBERT VINCENT JONES, JR. First Year Tennis: Varsity Tennis, '36f'37: First Year In Bachelm, of Arts door Track: Camera Club: Virginia Players. Phi Delta Theta: Interfraternity Council: Student Assembly. REECE V. I-IENSLEY Bachelor of Science CLARENCE E. KING, JR. Bachelor of Science JOHN E. N. HUME, JR. Bachelor of Science JOSEPH KLINE - . . 'I I S' ' Beta Them P19 Manager of Tennis: Intermediate Honors: Bat le or of meme Lambda Pi: P. K. Society: Freshman Boxing. Aeronautics Club: CORKS AND CURLS. l tm 1 9 3 7 CORKS AND CURLS A I 'Top CROW "Bottom CROW D. DONALD KLOUS HUGH LIVENGOOD Bachelor of Science Bachelor of Science Theta Chi, Dean's Listg Basketball, Student Assembly. Zeta Psig Freshman Tennis: Cheer Leader, '34.'35','36: Skull and Keysg German Club. RAY DOWNING KNIGHT Bachelm of Science FREDERICK CAREY LOVITT Kappa Alpha, Varsity Track, '34. Bachelor of Science Chi Phi, German Club, Skull and Keys, T.I.L.K.A.g Z5 First Year Football, '32g Varsity Football, '33-'34g Varsity Golf, 333 Vice'President of Interfraternity Council, '36g FRANK MCCONNELL LANDEFELD Vice'President of German Club, '36. Bachelor of Science . Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Dean's Listg Skull and Keysg Fresh' man Swimmingg Assistant Manager of Track, '35'g Varsity LINWOOD EVERETT LUNSFORD Track Manager, '36g V Club. Bachelor of Arts Intermediate Honors, '37, RICHARD C. LANKFORD Bachelor of Science GEORGE D. MCAFEE Kappa Sigma: Skull and Keys, German Club. Bachelor of Science FRANCIS DUPONT LAZENBY Bachelor of Am HOWARD M. MCCUE, JR. Intermediate Honors, '35, Final Honors in Latin, Univer Bafhflo' of Science sity Representative in State Latin Tournament, '34, Phi Gamma Delta. GRADUATING CLASS OF THE COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES ISSJ GRADUATING CLASS or Top CROW DAI.E M. MCCULLOUGH B. S. in Commerce ROGER H. MCGRATH Bachelor of Science First Year Basketballg Varsity Cross Country. JAMES LANDON MADDOX Bachelor of Arts Baptist Student Union. J. KENNETH MALO 'Bachelor of Science pelta Phig First Year Football, '33g First Year Swimming, 333 Varsity Swimming, '35-'36g P. K. Societyg Skull and Keysg Eli Banannag IMP. EDMUND LUCIEN MALONE, JR. Bachelor of Arts KQPPI1 Alphag Bandg Glee Clubg Brotherhood of St. An' drewsg St. Paul's Choirg Virginia Reel. -.1... THE COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES cBottom CROW GEORGE WALTER MAPP, JR. Bachelor of Science Phi Kappa Sigmag Football, '34-'Sig Lambda Pig German Clubg Eli Banannag Dean's Listg President of Eastern Shore Club, '36g Chairman First Year Law Class, '36g IMP. THOMAS MARSHALL Bachelor of Science Phi Kappa Psig Lambda Pig P. K. Societyg Dcan's Listg Inf termediate Honors, 'Big Editor'infChicf CORKS AND CIIRLS, '3'7g Adjunct Boxing, '33f'35g Press Club. EDWARD H. MARTIN Bachelor of Science Alpha Tau Omega. PHILIP MORRISON MINOR Bachelor of Science Phi Kappa Sigmag P. K. Societyg Lambda Pig First Year Boxingg Intcrfratcrnity Boxingg Intcrmcdiatc Honors. CONWAY MoNcuRE Bachelor of Science Beta Theta Pig Freshman Football and Trackg Football, '34-'35-'36g V Clubg Skull and Keysg German Club. U91 1 9 3 7 CORKS AND CURLS 'Top 'Row EDWARD L. MOORE Bachelor of Science Sigma Phi Epsilon. IRVINO BEVERIDOE MOORE Bachelor of Arts MORRIS FONTAINE MORAN ' Bachelor of Science MARY WINGFIELD MORRIS B. S. in Commerce F. JOHN WALSH MORSE Bachelor of Science Pi Kappa Alpha. GRADUATING CLASS OF THE 6Bottom 'Row JOHN JUDGE MURPHY Bachelor uf Science Delta Upsilonz Fraternity Representative to CORKS AND CURLS, '33g Student Assembly, '35'g lntcrfratcrnity Coun- cil, '35'. GEORGE METCALEE MURRAY, JR. Ba.helor of Science Phi Gamma Delta: Dcan's Listg Adjunct to Swimming Team. WALTER ROWEOTTOM NExsEN B. S. in Architecture Kappa Alphag Scarabg Dean's List. JOHN HENRY NOLL B. S. in Commerce Delta Kappa Epsilong Lambda Pi: German Club: T.I L. K.A.g Z1 V Club: Freshman Boxing Teamg Freshman Track Team: Varsity Boxing, '37"36"37. HIEROME L. OPIE, JR. Bachelor of Arts Beta Theta Pig Manager Freshman Baseballg Boxing Squadg P. K. Society: Lambda Pi. COLLEGE OF ARTS AND ,SCIENCES l60l GRADUATING CLASS OF THE COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES TOP 'Row Qottom Row N. CROMWELL ORRICK W. T. PURDUM Bachelor of Science Bachelor of Science Phi Gamma Delta: Glee Club. VIRGINIA DINWIDDIIE QUARLES A ROGER A- PATTERSON B. S. in Chemistry Bachelor of Science BERNARD H. RAYMOND Bachelor of Science WILLIAM W. PATTERSON Phi Alpha: Glec Cliibgyggeslmgaaim Track and Football, B. S. in Architecture Phi Gamma Delta. GEORGE I-IANNAH REESE, JR. Bachelor of Science Phi Kappa Sigma: Raven Society: "l3" Society: Lambda Pi: P. K. Society: Business Manager CORKS AND CURLS, JULIUS ALFRED PERLINSKI '37: Co-Editor-in-Chief of College Topica, '36: Circulation Bavhelm, of Science Manager of University of Virginia Magazine, '34g Vice' President of Press Club: Dean's List: Intermediate Honors: Tau Epsilon Phi: Dean's List: First Year Boxing Team: First Year Track Squad. '34: Varsity Track Squad, Fraternity Representative to CORILS AND CLIRLS: Interfra' '35-'36"37. ternity Council: Student Assembly. ' . PRATT CATIES REMMEL Bachelor of Science ANDREW A, PRINGOS Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Freshman Boxing Team, '34: Var' sity Swimming Team, '3'i: Cross Country, '34-'37"36: Captain, '36: Varsity Track, '35936-'37: V Club: German Nu Sigma Nu: Intermediate Honors. Club: Skllll and KCYS- Bachelor of Arts IGH 1 9 3 7 CORKS AND CURLS 'Top Row Tottom CROW EDMUND AIJIJISKJN RENNOLDS, JR. JOHN GUTHRIE RUST Bachelor of Science Bachelor of Arts CHESTER HARRIS ROBBINS JOHN HI RUST Ba.helOr of Science BIIIIIBIIII of Science Alpha Epsilon Pi: Glcc Club, '33f'34"35f'36g Freshman Al V , I , I I I I I . . I I .I I II I . pha Tau Omega: LIImbI.lII Pig P. K. Sucietyg V Clubg lOOtb.Ill, FIcShm.In lgzui S LiSt. II1tClltI-ICCIIIICY CIIICIIPHIIII TI,uCkII ,36I.37I Track TCIIIIII .34I.35I.36I CIIPI HOWELL A. ROBINSON I B. S. in Commerce Sigma Alpha Epsilong Footballg Ilcflcrson Societyg Inter' mcdiutc HOnOrsg Clcc Club. CHARLES H. ROGERS B, S. in Nledicine Phi Chi. GEORGE D. ROSENBERO Bachelor of Science Tau Epsilun Phi: Fraternity Representative tO CORKS AND CLIRLS, '34. GRADUATING CLASS OF THE COLLEGE F621 tain Freshman Truck, 33. THOMAS DOWNMAN RUTHERFOORI: Bachelor of Science Sigma Chi. JOHN G. SADLON B. S. in Architecture Scarab. CARI. FREDERICK SCHAUS B. S. in Architecture Scarab. OF ARTS AND SCIENCES GRADUATING CLASS OF THE COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES TOP 'Row GEORGE Gotorriwami SEIBELS, JR. Bachelor of Science Beta Theta Pi: Freshman Football: Varsity Football, '34: V Club: Lambda Pi: P. K. Society: T. I. L. K. A.: Z: Student Assembly: Freshman Line Coach in Football: Pres' idcnt Vwfoodbcrry Forrest Club. L. S. SEIGNER B. S. in Commerce LYNE MoNCuR12 SHAcKLr3FoRo Bachelor of Science Delta Psi: Skull and Keys: Freshman Boxing, '34: P. K. Society: Eli Banana. CHARLES CHRISTOPHER DUDLEY SHORT B. S. in Chemistry Lewis SHULMAN Bachelor of Science .lClICrson Society: Boxing Squad, three years: Intermediate Honors. "Bottom CRow HERBERT W. SIERCK Bachelor of Science Delta Phi: German Club: Skull and Keys: Eli Bananni IMP: Boxing Manager, '36: V Club. IVIILTON SILVHRIVIAN Bachelor of Science Tau Epsilon Phi: Dean's List: University Band. I. H. SLrx'r13R Bachelor of Science Swimming. McC.fuN SMITH Bachelor of Arts W1I.L1rxM BRQJWN SoUTHGAT13 Bachelor of Science Sigma Chi: Skull and Keys: Freshman Baseball Numerals: Baseball Squad: Interlraternity Council: Student Assembly: German Club. I63I Z 1 9 3 7 CORKS AND CURLS 'Top Row cBottom 'Row HENIIY ROBERT SPINNLER MAURICE L. STRAUSE Bachelor of Science Freshman Track. LOUIS T. STABLEFORD Bachelor of Science Glee RICHARD L. M. STEIN B. S. in Commerce Phi Epsilon Pi: Freshman Tennis, '?i4. RUSSELL BRADFORD STEVENS Bachelor of Science Band, '34f'3'if'36g jefferson Society, '3S'f'36, JOSEPH l'lAYNVARD STRATTON, JR. Bashelor of Science GRADUATING CLASS OF THE Cluhq Virginia Players: Intermediate Honors, ' Phi Theta Chi: De Phi Sigma Kap Bachelor of Science Epsilon Pi: Swimming Squad. HUOH L. SULFRIDGE Bachelor of Science G. H. R. TAYLOR B. S. in English an's List: Baseball Squadg College Topicsg Virginia Reel. C. T. TILGHMAN Bachelor of Arts Sigma Alpha Epsilon. HARRY WRIGHT TOLIN B. S. in Law pag Freshman Football Team, '33g Varsity Football Squad, '34f'35"36. COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES l64I GRADUATING CLASS OF THE COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES TOP CROW 'Bottom Row BERNARD R. TOLSON, Ja. Luis J. A. VILLALON B. S. in Political Science Sigma Nu. AUGUSTINE W. TUCKER, ja. Bachelor of Science Delta Psi, Lambda Pig First Year Swimmingg Football Ad' junctg Baseball Adjunct. KNox TURNIIULL Bachelor of Science Kappa Sigma: Freshman Football, '33g Freshman Baseball, 34: Varsity Football Squad, '34"35"36g Intermediate Hon' 01'S3.Skull and Keysg German Club, Eli Banannag Z, Raven Soclfifyi V Club: President of the College, '36, Interlraf tcrnity Council, '3'5g Governing Committee Interfraternity Council, '36g Dance Committee, '36. RANDOLPH M. VALZ, JR. B. S. in Chemistry Phi Gamma Delta: Freshman Swimming, '?14: Varsity Swimming, '35f'37g College Topics, '33-'34, WILLIAM S. VERIJLANCK III Bachelor of Science Sigma Alpha Epsilong Comes AND CUIILS, '3'5"36. 7-Tig. Bachelor of Science Delta Upsilong University of Virginia Magazine Editor, '35f'36: Student Assembly, '3'i"?16: jellerson Society, '39 '37: Vicc'President, '36g College 'Topics Assistant Manag- ing Editor, '36: jabberwock: Student Uniong Press Club. WILLIAM H. WALco'rT, ju. B. S. in Commerce Alpha Kappa Psi: Freshman Cross Country, '32, Varsity Cross Country, '33g Wiiitei' Track, '33"34: Student As' sembly, '36f'37g Marine Oflqcers Reserve Corps. J. A. WALLACE Bachelor of Science Sigma Alpha Epsilon. V. G. WATIQINS Bachelor of Science Dean's List. DAVID CANNON WELCH Bachelor of Science Sigma Alpha Epsilon: jefferson Society, '3'i"36g CORILS AND CURIIS, '35f'36. I65l 1 9 3 '7 CORKS AND CURLS GRADUATING CLASS OF THE. COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES BLAKE BAKER WOODSON Bachelor of Arts WILLIAM BURTON WILKINSON Bachelor of Science Jefferson Society, '34-'35'f'36g Debating, '36"37g Wesley Sigma Nug Freshman Trackg Dean's Listg Intramural Pro' Club, '36"37g Virginia Players, '36f'37g Dean's List. test Committee. HENRY LOUIS WYATT F' D' WILLIAMS' JR' Bachelor of Science B' A' in History Chi Phig Freshman Baseball Squad. Chi Phig Intermediate Honorsg Skull and Keys: Freshman Tennis, Varsity Tennisg Raven Society. FREDERICK C. ZEISBERG, JR. Bachelor of Science Phi Kappa Sigma: Skull and Keys, SecretaryfTreaSurerg German Club, President: Eli Banannaq Z3 Freshman Bas' kctball, '34g Varsity Basketball, '35"36"37g V Clubg Vice President of Graduating Class, Dean's List. GORDON A, WOLEE Bachelor of Science Pi Lambda Phi. OTHER GRADUATES OF THE COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES R. F. GOODSON, JR. HARRY HENDERSON LAMSON, JR. B. S. in Commerce Bachelor of Science Alpha Kappa Psi. ALBERT WOLFF GORDON Bachelor of Science REGINALD M' WOOD PI Lambda Phig CORKS AND CURLS Representative, '33g Bafhflo' of Science n Interfraternity Council, '34, Sigma Nu, Intcrfraternity Boxing, '34. JOHN B. ANDERSON J. WENTWORTH COXE, III FREDERICK J. CRAMER JOHN M. CUTSINGER CHURCHILL C. DOWNING HAROLD H. ESTES LESLIE EXSHAW CORNELIUS G. FERGUSON JOHN C. FERGUSON ROBERT H. GILES, JR. ASA W. GRAVES, V IRVING GROSS l66I ALBERT S. HOROWITZ HARRY H. LAMSON, JR. RICHARD W. MURDOCH THOMAS SMITH ROBERT R. WALLACH, JR THOMAS N. WHITE, JR. tlllli Eleets Prllel1ell QP! Awarded Presidency WS Memw-,51 HS New York ef - ' .' . yxkl 169154 A of 32. 38 p and ug , Rixlx Honor A11m11'rled P d S11rl11te E B' i fr ' s""""'fy. 'rnrmn nun 'I l ' ' I fe Wm. mm won ' we " 'www Bwlmlning Unpgagnl or l mga W, . ' 0 Q63 41""1'2f:,x 'data' Gameltsonxlgk 201111. 4000 44420000661 MLM W Jo 11 . - Nl 1 olllsS0ml1lY 'S ' e.w-t"'f'0'11f mf"-31"'.'1u. ee . . ,hw But 0 ,oem - Ccmhd. mul B B Addressed wlllllll ""P ,Hin g1on0Tl:":::l:1::111u ln " 4042-r4,g fb 0 ,ZW APM - .. nh" I ' lack, Jr. 011llu11cli11l1,l'11werS- 1Zi27Z"3rZ.g,K ""' me ew- X, me 'ef Sq., I4 Dar, of Wh, llf ylded President 11 Im:-11 I l NNN ' - . C ,F N" . " Henry, Wxlburn Reese e,""" PW - lrgmla ass . 1 ' 11-W-1 S... , 1 N of N McClmtock Up for State 1,ershcyM c1.,,,-. cozlfom rw. ..,f,fi11ffIj1.,:1:,, nm.. - l 3 I- "" 2 mlm 011' R . ames Rhodes Scholar Honore 0, Univlfftdfanngcr , ly? 1 11 1..f1..., y .,- ,. , 1 . B d T Bum Nnmnd from Mnr!h111f: ey Give QJQ? 91.1.11 f1111e1Y111-n- YD ' e Ucl,-er A 111119 . 0,5110 ""2'S,?f21f'?.'2W"'i5'.IlE?"1"1f-w-e- - Jw J wid, bzwzuh Em' '- . . yQ'XX?:Y'weXmX5 Il' ' Chref Fedwhh :ru 4' 31200 " ew mfw.. Z. X11 we ree V ' "M-M--W-1 fff PM vim,,re:'id.,,. hr- 3- Runners CJWB 1-,muff ,ui 11,1 , vc R 1 nt. To A . H 4 M H .Y'f.Rn' U - . "' Haw C , . H ,, "W famwal 1-Elf ..T"' 1, 111.1.f-11-f-fwfr" of C72f""id'0"'1 'Golden Anmversaw udlrhldlnllovurnn, and M H' "ll fk fi "" 'dll-1lfQl"'j' 'f.1f."' T., L-,lcclfltfl 1. v e...11bf- 'o 0f Cofks and curls Cnr-lvilfiiif i""'lm I I "'I1.1I.'gi:'.1:"z2Q1e'ld"? l' 7"l'l'f,'l11ll::-ll V' 1 Chase O! Promises Fine R""l' I HCHABA A .. . ia0Xe gxgev 055 xN owl- , 1, tx mllel ilu, 1-.1mra11r1,1 ll ' " 1 If 1 m"'n Pl m I1 151 Edllor, Y f, ' 'f f"0,,:IfL Zn, I of f ,W21W"imt::::::.1.Yf::.. W 9,1161 , .Lazio F5321 111111.1 ' 1 - 1 we 1-1. ylalqfalllellcrll En, Flgxxll E . ' ,Jw :ff 1116 1 1 l Rf? d""'5f" . an ' n ,X 1 . ' 'X I 'YW V ' a H0 QUIZ l'. D: R1 JL Hu Emu. h 91-law X1 lG . eww' ' Hem. Arrul ru than lo' LW sflvuul V56 we ,1,.1.,1,.1 1 arvm Elected Edltor -'uoy?1Gn::11.12:"e"' M D i . 1wuIi1.,. I Que B10-olvtvvy lb A Al 'W ll1k3XV0l'Alll '1X f,f 80 ' 1 awnxvi Ex v1IE11g,,,cmm,, I cane .na srm... Io Il-:Id ld Z.e0ft'.y,We'y GI ll W v,1.1n1+lfQff'l' X C I llfhde b 'A .IS I5 Positions Mnnqing si M .Du W.1.1u M,,.A1111kxm. xx ' Edmunds 'V 'mam Euan' Won! 0 Y.. X uma: rlh111X1"'t' rs 'Wx' I-y 11 V., 3 I 'I i"' 001-,,Z011,,J0x A Reed- Bllslllm Manga' o""':f::f'Zll.f"'b bill'-Slfhllral Nun ' A W me .,,,. ,,ul'l:'l1.fNnm 1511... 4 NL. SA is fm! lla fo" me 'U' 'XB Q' 65 amy, K 1 , M , QQ! !A0""f::,::1v9"d' Q1 wx 89 Benn, Cnr::l:.Cox C,,me Nllfleffl FV mu HIM I WfW'::,,rtl11l" QQ? 'vm Cohen Elected. of Zeialmnri- Gul' VI., 7 1R'fL,:v'y41 X . Emnunbl lic-1-,I - .Q ,,1vf"'7g11N",Ll-sf" C0106 " Q' ,,1,f'1?'I71x. Flip? 105 YXA '00 1?Vfri!fL5f'l'7Tim0 11.11 0 n S Ccvqgen En is My rrhe KN' D540 . , N111 1..1 nv, wif: "v,,,,. Replu, "Wh: Nun " ' Duke Tankmen Swim Wea ,,-mm 8 K1 161 D 'C""ler, welt ., r,.,,, M . N 1. kk-aims M. lol: 'fm11s1.,.,,,,, Declfglflll Calls fbrll QS' iavaliers in ,, 'pw .. -:D,,.,,,,. ef-Yann, . V,-. eetuere Sat wsvmxe Ka l . 1z1m1.,!f, B.'k:'1:rf4, 1 Ursdav fy, Xobx. In 1 '11 By G. Henkle New Rllle Club I 67 ll o' 9,49-xaf, 1937 CORKS AND CU RLS .- UNDERGRADUATES IN THE COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES ALDEN PETERSEN AAROE . . JOHN DAVID AEEITT .... KARL SVERRIZ ABRAHAMSEN . JOHN WHITE AGREE . . . ALVA BLANC1-IARD ADAMS, JR. RALSTON HEEERLING ADAMS ROSCOE SUMMERS ADAMS, JR. LEWIS ADELMAN ..... EDWARD OTTO AICHELMAN . HERBERT ALBERT ..... JAMES GEORGE ALDIGE, JR. . DAVID MADISON ALGER . . . JOSEPH FULTON ALLDER. . GEORGE NEWMAN ALLMAN . SAMUEL GLENNWOOD ALRICH JOHN WILLIAM AMBERG . . ARTHUR ROMMEL AMBROSE . MARY SUE ANDERSON . . . THOMAS B. H. ANDERSON, JR. JOHN STANARD ARCHER, JR. . FREDERICK H. ARDERY, JR. . EDWIN LEE ARMIZNTROUT . . GEORGE C. ARMISTIEAD, JR.": . BENJAMIN C. ASHBY, JR. . . WILLIAM B. ATKINSON . . . RICHARD D, AVERITT, JR. . . ARNOLD HOWARD AVRUTINE . JACK LIEROY AXELSON . . . ARTHUR DOUGLAS AYARS . . JOHN HAMILTON AYLOR . . ELMER VINCENT AYRES . . JOHN EDWARD BACHMAN . . THOMAS HOWARD BACON . . ADOLPHE VICTOR BAER . . HOWALD TUCKER BAILEY . . JAMES HENRY BAILEY . . . JAMES BRITTON BAIN . . . HOLLIS MACLURE BAKER . . HERBERT GLENN BALDWIN . MARTIN LEWIS BALL, JR. . . WAYNE HEATON BALLJ' . . IVTURRAY BALSAM ..... 1 . . . Summit, N. J 5 . . . Norfolk, Va 2 . . . SLllT11Tlit, N, J 2 . . Lynchburg, Va l . . . Pueblo, Colo 1 . . . Bethesda, Md 2 . Charlottesville, Va 1 . . Brooklyn, N. Y 2 . . Blackstone, Va 1 . . New York, N. Y 1 . . New Orleans, La 3 . . Palo Alto, Calif 3 . . . Bluemont, Va 3 . . Gordonsville, Va 1 . Fredericksburg, Va 1 . . Maplewood, N. J 1 . . . Orange, N.J Z . . . Baltimore, Md 2 . . . Baltimore, Md 1 . . . Richmond, Va, 1 . Greenwich, Conn 4. . . Goshen, Va, 3. . . Roanoke, Va. 2 . Newport News, Va 3 . . University, Va 1 . . Memphis, Tenn 3 Mount Vernon, N. Y 2 . . La Habra, Calif 1 . Coconut Grove, Fla 3 . . Brightwoocl, Va 3 . Alexandria, Va l . . Scarsdalc, N. Y 1 . . New York, N. Y 1 . Vsfashington, D. C 3 . . . Keswick, Va 2 . . Petersburg, Va 3 . . Portsmouth, Va 2 Grand Rapids, Mich. 3 . . . Nyack, N. Y. 1 . . Fort Myer, Va 1 . . . Bluffton, Ind 2 . . . Newark, N, J GEORGE HOUR BALSLIEY . . WILLIAM HAZARID BANCROET JAMES HUNTER BANTA . . . SIDNEY JESSE BAREAN . . CI-IARLES OLD BARCLAY, JR. . EDWARD EARLE BARKHR, JR. . STUART ASI-IEY BARKSDALE JAMIE OLIVER BARNES . . CLYDE LEE BARNETT . . ROBERT JAMES BARRETT, JR. . RUSSELL R. BARRETT, JR. . ROBERT BEAUREGARD BASS THEODORE G. BATEMAN, JR. . HARRY CLARK BATES, JR. . . JOHN DAVIS BATES . . . JOHN LAWRENCE BAUER. . NEWMAN N. BAUM .... HAROLD LEE BAUMGARDNER . ROZIER CLAGETT BAYLY . CLIFFORD L. BEAKES . GEORGE MARTIN BEAN . . FREDERICK B. BEARDSLEY, JR. JOSEPH EDWARD BECKWITH . FRANK FRISBIE BEDELL, JR. . CECIL ASA BELCHER . . MALVERN HILL BELL . . RICHARD OLIPHANT BEMAN . PRIETH FAITOUTE BENEDICT . WILLIAM FRANCIS BENNETT . JOHN UPSHUR BENSON . . . . Annapolis, Md. . Burlingame, Calif. . . . Richmond, Va. . Cape Charles, Va. . . Portsmouth, Va. . . Cleveland, Ohio . . . . Afton, Va. . . Blackstone, Va. . Charlottesville, Va. . Morris Plains, N. J. . . . Sewell, N. J. . . . Jefferson, Va. . Vifashington, D. C. . . . Arlington, Va. . . . Nyack, N. Y. . Middletown, Ohio Mount Vernon, N, Y. . Wells Tannery, Pa. . . Alexandria, Va, . . Jersey City, N. . . University, Va. . Waterbury, Conn. Parkersburg, W. Va. . . Coxsackie, N. Y. . . . . Stuart, Va. . St. Petersburg, Fla. Mount Vernon, N. Y. . . Short Hills, N. J. . . OWCl1Sl7Ol'0, Ky. . . . Richmond, Va. K? 1681 UNDERGRADUATES IN THE COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES PAUL DECRER BENTON . . ALFRED RIVES BERKELIEY, JR. GERALD ASHUR BERLIN . RICHARD RYERSON BERNARD JOHN HARMON BEVERAGE . WALTER ANDERSON BIGRERS FRANKLIN BEEKMAN BIGGS MONTE LIZROY BINDER . . GEOFFREY H. BINNIZVELD . ELMA GRANT BISHOP, JR. . KENNETH ERNST BISHOP . ALEXANDER JEFFERY BIVINS HAROLD HANNON BLACKMAN JAMES DULANY BLACKWELL JOHN DAVENPORT BLACKWELL LUTHER RHODES BLAIR . JOHN WILLIAM BLAKESLEE DAVID GRAHAM BLALOGK . FREDERIC ARTHUR BLEYER HENRY DAVID BLOOM . . RICHARD RODIER BLOOMER BENTON P. BOHANNON . . RAYMOND PAUL BONELLI . BODLEY BOOKER, JR. . . . EDWARD CRARY BOSTOCK, JR. CHARLES LIND BOWDEN . SH EARER CALVIN BOWMAN, JR. EDWARD C. BOYKIN, JR. . ANTHONY B. BOYNTON . . ALBERT CLINTON BOzE . ROBERT ADAMS BRADFORD FRANK BAGLEY BRAGG . . SHIR'LEY B. BRASELMAN . JAMES BURTON BRAUN . . WILLIAM ROSS BREEDLOVE EDWARD KNAPP BRENNER . ANDREW JACKSON BRENT . .JAMES MARTIN BREWBAKER NOEL CRAWFORD BRIDE . HAROLD G. BRINCRERHOFF HERBERT HALE BRITTEN . ROY JOHN BRITTEN . . . HARRY BOWEN BRITTLH . ROBERT DAVID BRODY . . PATRICK JAMES BROGAN . . . . Rye, N. Y. . . Roanoke, Va. . . Hampton, Va. . Jacksonville, Fla. . . Monterey, Va. Charlottesville, Va. . Middletown, Del. . . Richmond, Va. . . Leesburg, Fla. Charlottesville, Va. . . . . York, Pa. Newport Ncws, Va. Newport News, Va. . . Richmond, Va. . . Richmond, Va. . . Chatham, Va. North Haven, Conn. . . Hampton, Va. . New York, N. Y. . . Atlanta, Ca. . Weldon, N. C. . Cleveland, Ohio . Roxbury, Mass. Harrods Creek, Ky. . Bryn Athyn, Pa. . Lansdowne, Pa. . . Broadway, Va. South Orange, N. J. . Honolulu, T. H. Charlottesville, Va. Biddeford Pool, Me. . . Norfolk, Va. . New Orleans, La. . . . Chicago, ll. . Portsmouth, N a. . . Bayonne, N. J. . . Richmond, Ya. . . Bedford, Va. Washington, D. C. Mount Kisco, N. Y. . Cherrydale, X a . Cherrydale, Va. . Remington, Va. . Brooklyn, N. Y. Steubenville, Ohio E691 ROGERS CORSON BROOKS . CAMPBELL WILLIAM BROWN EDWARD TRIGG BROWN . . LEROY EDWARDS BROWN, III ROBERT LINDALE BROWN . STUART ELLETT BROWN, JR. WILLIAM RANDALL BROWNE H. LEROSS BROWNE . . . I. LUCIEN WILKINS BRUCE . ROBERT JOSEPH BRUOK . . RAPP BRUSH, JR. . . . . THOMAS PINCKNIEY BRYAN, JR. ARTHUR H. BRYANT, JR, . MORRIS THOMAS BUCKELEW WALTER BUCKNER . . . ELWYN MAURICE BULL . . DOUGLAS BUNTING, JR. . . PAUL HERBERT BURBAGE, JR. JOSEPH JOHN BURGER. . LLOYD BYRON BURR, JR. . HARRY BURNETT, JR. . . NORMAN RICHARD BURNETT JOSEPH DOWELL BURROUGHS WALTER BRODIE BURWELL DONALD DEMAREST BUTTON FRANKLIN JAMES BYRD . . MARIANO C. CABALLERO . EUGENE MEAD CAFFEY, JR. EARLE GARNES CALDWELL WILLIAM B. CALDWELL, JR. JOHN BUMPASS CALHOUN EUGENE CALLAWAY, JR, . MICHAEL BRUCE CALLENDER JOSHUA F. B. CAMBLOS . VAUOHAN CAMP, JR. . . DANIEL L. CAMPBELL, JR. FREDERIC S. CAMPBELL, JR. HOLBROOR CAMPBELL. . . WILLIS C. CAMPBELL, JR. . DANIEL JAMES CAPI'IliLLO'l' STEPHEN GORDON CAREW ROBERT FRANCIS CARLIITON DAVID CARLINER .... CHARLES H. CARPENTER, JR. LLOYD GEORGE CARR . . . . Drexel Hill, Pa. Huntington, W. Va. . . Alexandria, Va. . . . Richmond, Va. . . . Madison, N, J. . . Alexandria, Va. . . . Staunton, Va. Culpeper, Va . . New YoI'k, N. Y. Washington, D. C. . . .RichInond, Va. . Alexandria, Va. DunnfLOring, Va. . . Roanoke, Va. . Harborton, Va. . . . Salem, Va. Maplewood, N. J. Forest Hills, N. Y. . Alexandria, Va . . Staunton, Va. . Memphis, Tenn. . . Norfolk, Va Henderson, N. C. Maplewood, N. J . . Baltimore, Md . San Juan, P. R . . Arlington, Va Lumberton, N. C Charlottesville, Va . Nashville, Tenn . . . Selma, Ala . Montclair, N. J. Big Stone Gap, Va . . .Miami, Fla. . Paterson, N. J. . . Richmond, Va . . SpringHeld, Mass. . . Memphis, Tenn. . . . Newark, N. J. . . . St. Louis, Mo. . . New York, N. Y. . . . Arlington, Va . . Weston, W. Va . . Waynesboro, Va. 1 9 3 7 Roanoke, Va. CO RKS AND CURLS UNDERGRADUATES IN THE COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES RICHARD W. CARRINGTON, JR. 1 TAZEWELL M. CARRINGTON III 1 CHANNING KIRBY CARROLL . 1 CHARLES RIVERS CARROLL II 1 NATHANIEL JACKSON CARROLL 1 FENDOL PERRY CARTER . . 3 GEORGE BENJAMIN CARTER . 3 ROBERT CARTER ..... 1 WILLIAM HARDING CARTER . 3 WILLIAM PAGE CARTER, JR. . 1 MILLARD CASS' ..... 3 GARLAND DAN CASSELL, JR. . 1 THOMAS G. CAUTHORNE . . 1 JOSEPH BRYAN CHAPPE, JR. . 1 HENRY R. C. CHALMERS . . 3 JAMES HOWARD CHALMIZRS . 1 HAROLD C. CHAMBERLAIN . 1 WALTER A. CHAMBERS, JR. . 2 CHARLES E. CHANNING, JR. . 1 JOHN WALKER CHAPMAN . l SOL IRWIN CHENMAN . . . 4 WILLIAM A. CHENOWETH, JR. 1 SAMUEL JESSE CHERNOEP . 2 JAMES DOWLING CHERRY . . 1 GEORGE L. CHRISTIAN . . . 2 RALEIGH COLSTON CHRISTIAN 2 PAGE BOWIE CLAGETT . . . 3 EDWARD WEBB CLARK . . . 3 HENRY LEE CLARK .... 2 JAMES CHAEPIN CLARK, JR. . 1 THOMAS CAROLIN CLAY . . 1 MOSES RUBEN CLEMENTS, JR. 1 FRED EDWARD CLEVELAND . 2 EDWARD BRYAN CLOPTON . . 4 JOSEPH SMITH COGHRAN, JR, 2 JAMES I. CODDINGTON, JR. . 1 CARL WESTON COE .... 1 EVERETT COUSINS COGBILL . I IRWIN RICHARD COHEN . . 2 NORL-IAN PAUL COHEN . . 2 ROBERT LEE COHEN .... 1 SIDNEY WILLIAM COHEN . . 1 JOSEPH HENRY COHN . . . 3 EDWAROMELVILLE COLEMAN 2 JAMES CARTER COLEMAN . . 5 . . Richmond, Va, . . Richmond, Va, Sterling, Va. . . Nyack, N. Y. . . Newark, N. J. Charlottesville, Va. Charlottesville, Va. . . Richmond, Va. . . Bluemont, Va. . . Nutley, N. J. . . Norfolk, Va. . Max Meadows, Va. . . Richmond, Va. . . . Rye, N. Y. . . . Phenix, Va. . Chuquicamata, Chile Springfield, L.I., N.Y. . . Arvonia, Va. Washington, D. C. . New Haven, Conn. . . Norfolk, Va. . Daytona Beach, Fla. . Brooklyn, N. Y. . Portsmouth, Va. . Tientsin, China . . Richmond, Va. . Mitchellville, Md. Charlottesville, Va. Washington, D. C. Washington, D. C. . . Savannah, Ga. . North Emporia, Va, . . Swoope, Va. Chevy Chase, Md. . . Staunton, Va. . . Tenafly, N. J. Great Bend, N. Y. . Petersburg, Va. . Brooklyn, N. Y. . . Baltimore, Md. . . Arlington, Va. . Portsmouth, Va. . New York, N. Y. . . Norfolk, Va. . University, Va. l70I ALFRED GORDON COLLEY, JR. HOPE JULIUS COLVIN . . SAM ROTH CONNELLY, JR. ANDREW BYRON CONNER, JR. JOHN MAJOR CONWELL . LIZROY COOPER, JR .... WRAY THOMAS COOPER . RANDOLPH S. COPELAND III MARVIN LEWIS COPLAN . THOMAS HOWARD CORDLE GEORGE H. COREY . . . WALTER FRANCIS CORNNELL JOHN MARKLAND COULBOURN GARLAND POLLARD Cox . ROBERT COUTANT Cox . . STUART THOMAS Cox . . DAVID BUSH CoxE, JR. . . JOSEPH BALL CRALLE IPI' . THOMAS W. S. CRAVEN . JAMES WENDEL CREEP . . EDWARD LEWIS CROSBY, JR. JOHN RANDOLPH CROWN, JR. JAMES A. CRUTCHFIELD, JR."' JOHN W. CUMMINGS III . CHARLES C. CUNNINGHAM, JR. ROBERT E. LEE CURRIER . EUGENE LAVATER CUSHMAN WALTER MOE CUSHMAN . WILLIAM A. M. DAENEY . WILLIAM NEWLANDS DABNIZY WILLIAM EDGCOMB DALE . PRESTON HALSTEAD DALGLISH CHANNING W. DANIEL, JR. CHESTER C. DARLING, JR. HUGH TAZEWELL DAUGHTREY STEPHEN R. DAVENPORT II HOWARD DAVIDMAN . . . CHARLES R. DAVIES, JR. . ARTHUR A. DAVIS, JR. . . CARROLL FRANKLIN DAVIS CHARLES PETER DAVIS . . EVERETT V. D. V. DAVIS . HERBERT HEYER DAVIS, JR. JAMES CONWAY DAVIS . . JAMES E. B. DAVIS, JR. . . . . Arlington, Va. . . Somerset, Va. Lookout Mtn., Tenn. . . Hampton, Va. . Bloomfield, N. J. . Memphis, Tenn. . . Louisville, Ky. . . Richmond, Va. . . Baltimore, Md. . University, Va. . . Portland, Ore. . Alexandria, Va. . Philadelphia, Pa. . . Louisville, Ky. . Worcester, Mass. . . Staunton, Va. Wilmington, Del. Tappahannock, Va. Charlottesville, Va. South Norfolk, Va. . . Baltimore, Md Harrisonburg, Va. Washington, D. C. . Chattanooga, Tenn. . . Radford, Va . Remington, Va . New London, Conn Charlottesville, Va . Lynchburg, Va. Washington, D. C. . . . Wayne, Pa. . . Rome, N, Y. . St. Davids, Pa. . Providence, R. I. . . . Suffolk, Va. . . Richmond, Va . New York, N. Y . . Norfolk, Va . Kingston, N. Y. . . Rachelle, Va. . Jacksonville, Fla. . Rochester, N. Y. . . Titusville, Pa. . . Fairfax, Va . . Raleigh, N. C UNDERGRADUATES IN THE COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES .IOHN HILBURN DAVIS, JR. . NORMAN DAVIS ..... RICHARD EMMET DAVIS . . WILLIAM ASHBY DAVIS . . DONALD KUYKENDALL DAYTONI LANG DAYTONJ' ..... RALPH DE COVENY .... ALBERT MAYNARD DEEKENS . RALPH OTIS DEININGER . . ROBERT GEORGE DELAUNEY . JOSEPH PETER D'ELIA . . . EUGENE MORTIMER DENNIS . ROBERT LESLIE DENNIS . . LOUIS JAMES DEPUTY . . . RICHARD L. DESAUSSURE, JR. GILBERT L. DESVERNINE . . HENRY PRICE DEYERLE . . JAMES MIMNAUGH DIAL . . ALBERT CONRAD DICK, JR. . CHARLES HOOVER DICK . . ERNEST EDWARD DICKINSON . JOSHUA C. DICKINSON, JR. . WILLIAM ANDREW DICKINSON WILLIAM J. DICKINSON, JR. . RICHARD DICKSON .... RAYMOND C. DINGLEDINIZ, JR. DONAL DINWIDDIE .... HARRY EVANS DINWIDDIE, JR. FREDRICK C. DISQUE, JR. . . GLENN WELLINGTON DOBBS ROBERT TAIT DORNIN . . . JAMES DOUGHERTY, JR. . ENNIS NORDSTROM DOUCHTY HECTOR R. DOUCHTY, JR. . . FREDERICK THOMAS DOVE . WALTER PERRY DREWRY, JR. EDWARD LEO DREYER . . . ROBERT K. DRUMWRIGHT, JR. ROBERT CAMPBELL DUKE . . ALBERT STEPHENS DULANEY ALVIN TANDY DULANEY, JR. JAMES JACKSON DUNCAN . . WILLIAM E. DUNHAM, JR. . GEORGE HILLARY DUNKLIN . EDWARD THOMAS DUNN, JR. 3 . Birmingham, Ala 2 . . New York, N, Y 1 . South Orange, N. J 2 . . . Agricola, Va . Towanda, Pa 3.. . Towanda, Pa 1 . . Brooklyn, N. Y 2 .... Amelia, Va 2 . . Teaneck, N. J . Baltimore, Md 1.. 2.. . Newark, N, J l . . Elizabeth, N. J 1 . . Elizabeth, N. J 2 .... Laurel, Del 2 . Washiimgtoxm, D. C 2 . . New York, N. Y 3 . Harrisonburg, Va 1 . . Columbia, S. C 3 . . . Louisville, Ky 1. . . Grimes, Va l Forest Hills, I...I., N.Y 1 . . . Tampa, Fla 3 . . . Roanoke, Va 1 . . Buena Vista, Va 1 . Virginia Beach, Fla l . Harrisonburg, Va 1 . . Irvington, N, Y 2 . Charlottesville, Va 4 . . University, Va 2 . . Shenandoah, Va 2 . . . Baltimore, Md 1 . . . Becvillc, Tex 1 . . Machipongo, Va 1 . Greenwich, Conn 2 . Charlottesville, Va I . . Petersburg, Va 1 . . . Pelham, N. Y 3 . . Fork Union, Va I . Harrisonburg, Va 2 . . University, Va l . . UniVeI'Sity, 2 . Clarksburg, W. Va l . . Savannagh, Ga 2 . . Pine Bluff, Ark 3 . Clifton Forge, Va Va. EDWARD RYANT DYER, JR. . ROBERT DIEMINCI EAMES . . ROBERT MICHAEL EATON . . RALPH DUNEAR EBERLY . . BRUCE GEORGE EBERWBIN . RICHARD WIIARTON ECHARD AUGUST EDWARD ECKEL . . IRWIN DAVID ECKSTIIIN . . JAMES EASLEY EDMUNDS . . ERNEST PRESTON EDWARDS . GEORGE DE F. EDWARDS, JR. . THOMAS STILWELL EDWARDS HENRY TOBIAS EGGER. . . ALEXANIJIER R. EHREAR . . BENJAMIN BECKER EHRICH . CHARLES HAROLID ELAM . . FITZHUGH ELDER, JR .... WILLIAM ROBERT ELMS . . LEONARD BROOKS RICIIARDJOHN ELY . . . . JAKE TIIOMAS ENGLISH . . AMERICO ROBERT ESPOSITO . DONALD TIMBIZRLAKE ESTES . KERR STEWART EVANS . . . WILLIAM BRUCE EVANS . . JOHN SHARP EWING, JR. . . EDWARD GILL FACE, JR. . . ROBERT B. A. FAIRBAIRN . . HARRIS ERNEST FALK . . . EUGENE MARx FARBER . . . JAMES PEERY FARMER. . . JOHN GILMORE FARRAR, JR. . ELLIS . . . . Wrisilm, China Bridgeport, Conn. Watertown, N. Y. . . Norfolk, Va. . Rochester, N. Y. St. Petersburg, Fla. . . Madison, N. J. . New York, N. Y. . . Halifax, Va. . Sweet Briar, Va. . New York, N. Y. . . . Rye, N. Y. . . Boston, Mass. . New York, N. Y. New Rochelle, N. Y. . . Trevilians, Va. . . Staunton, Va. . . Ironton, Ohio East Orange, N. J. . University, Va. . Glade Hill, Va. Morristown, N. J. Wellesley Hills, Mass. . Schoollielcl, Va. . . . Elkton, Md. . Vicksburg, Miss. . . Norfolk, Va. White Plains, N. Y. . . . Boise, Idaho . . Buffalo, N, Y. . . Richlands, Va. Schenectady, N. Y. I,7lI 1 9 3 7 CORKS AND CURLS UNDERGRADUATES IN THE COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES WILLIAM RICH FARRELL . . GRAHAM M. FARRINGTON . . PHILIP KING FARRINGTON III HARRY EDWIN FARVIZR . . . THOMAS R. FAWCETT, JR. . . STANLEY PRESCOTT FAY . . ARMAND STANFORD FELDMAN ALBERT TAYLOR FERRIN . . WILLIAM JAMES FIELDER, JR. ROBERT VIRGIL FIELDING . . ROBERT WEEE FINE .... NORMAN FINKELSTEIN . . . SIDNEY PAUL FINRELSTEIN . EDWARD FINLAY, JR. . . . . HARRY WESLIIY FINNELL, JR. SAUL IRA FIRTEL ..... ROBERT STERN FISHER . . . HOLLIS THURSTON FITCH . . JOHN SAMUEL FITC1-I, JR. . . OMAR CONGER FITCH . . . HIiNRY M. FITZHUGI-I III . . CARL FLEMING, JR. . . . . OSCAR RICHARD FLETCHER, JR. B.A. QW. Eff L.J .... GEORGE HORACE FLOWERS, JR. JACK HANREY FOERTSCH . . BRUCE GREGORY FOLEY . . RICHARD M. FORBES .... WILLIAM GATES FORD . . . JAMES LAMAR FORESIGIHIT . . DANIEL GEORGE FORTUNOFF . RALPH STANLEY FOULOER . THOMAS CARTER FOWLKIIS . WILLIAM FRAMETON .... WILLIAM EDWARD FRANCIS, B. S. University Of Virginia DANIEL PHILLIPP FRANKLIN . HARRY B. F. FRANKLIN . . SHELDON FRANKLIN .... TI-IOMAS EMLEN FRANKLIN . MALvIN ELLIOT FRIIEDLANDER RICHARD HIiRBIiRT FRIEDMAN FRED EDISON FRIES .... FRANK LANNEAU FULLER III REGAN FULLER ...... . . EmpOI'ia, Va Edgewater Park, N. J Edgewater Park, N. J . . McLean, Va. North PlainEeld, N. J . Edgewood, R. I. Morristown, N. J. . Fort Hoyle, Md. . Columbus, Ca . Gordonsville, Va. . Yonkers, N. Y. . Yonkers, N. Y . . Norfolk, Va Chattanooga, Tenn . New York, N, Y . . Newark, N. J . . Baltimore, Md Charlottesville, Va Charlottesville, Va Wasliington, D. C Westminster, Md . . Richmond, Va . . Sanford, Va. . .Richmond, Va. . . Pittsburgh, Pa Washington, D. C . . Baltimore, Md . Ridgewood, N. J Charlottesville, Va . Brooklyn, N. Y Hollywood, Calif . . . Selma, Ala . . Oil City, Pa . Greenville, Miss . . Roanoke, Va . PlainlIeld, N. J . . Orange, N. J . PlainEeld, N. J . . Moultrie, Ca . Brookline, Mass . Wiiwcliester, Va . . Durham, N, C Washingtoii, D. C. E721 JACOB RUPIERT FULTON . . FRIED LOUIS GAERTNER . . . WILLIAM HARRIS GAINIIS, JR. GEORGE MANUEL GALDOS . IRVIN GALIN ...... HUNTER H. GALLOWAY, JR. . BENSON EDWARD GAMMON . DONALD MCRAE GARLAND . ALEXANDER Y.P. GARNIETT, JR. ROBERT WILLIAM GARROD . SAMUEL HULlI'IES GARVIN . . GEORGE BRUBAKER GAUL . . HARRY HAMILTON GAVIIR, JR. JAMES JEWEL GEARY . . . BERNARD GIELIIAND .... CHARLES TAEII GEORGE . . THOMAS STEVENS GEORGE, JR. WOODRUEII GEORGE, JR, . . JOHN MARSHALL GEPHART . JESSE EDWARD GIERBER . . . GUY LEON GERNIIT .... DURANT JAMES GERNON . . NICHOLAS C. GIANAROS . . DUNCAN GIIAEIN GIEE . . LYNWOOD TRUMAN GIBSON . CI-IAUNCEY MCL. GILIIERT, JR. RICHARD ALSOE GILIIERT . . SPENCER GLAS GILL, JR. . . JAMES THOMAS GILLIETTII, JR. ROBERT NOI'SINC2IiR GILLIAM . WILI.IAM EDWARD GILLIAM . WILI.IAM NA'fFIAN GILI..IsoN . . . Crottoes, Va. . Maplewood, N. J. . WaI'rentoI1, Va. . . Havana, Cuba . Portsmouth, Va. . . . Bristol, Va. . . Danville, Va. East Braintree, Mass. Vwfashington, D, C. Forest Hills. N. Y. . . Louisville, Ky. . . Reading, Pa. . Annapolis, Md. . . Roanoke, Va. . Brooklyn, N. Y. . New Orleans, La. . . Towson, Md. . New Orleans, La. Oklahoma City, Okla. . Elizabeth, N. J. Atlantic City, N. J, . . . Rye, N. Y. Charlottesville, Va. . Front Royal, Va. Charlottesville, Va. Charlottesville, Va. Charlottesville, Va. . . Norfolk, Va. . . Courtland, Va. . Fincastle, Va. . Lynchburg, Va. Lake Village, AI'k. UNDERGRADUATES IN THE COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES WEIR BURTON GILMER, JR. KENNETH SIZIEMAN GINICER CARTER GLASS III . . . WILLIAM MORGAN GOADDY BERNARD YAI.E GOLDBERG MILTON SIDNEY GOLDMAN ROBERT WEHLE GOLDMARK RICHARD S. GOLDSMITH . EUGENE OSCAR GOLDSTIEIN IRVING JOSEPH GOLDSTEIN ISIDOR GOLDSTROM, JR. . . MCCHESNEY GOODALL, JR. ROBERT DUDLEY GOODFELLOW BRECKHNRIDGE C. GOODLOE MAY1iR MARTIN GOODMAN SOL GOODMAN ..... ROBERT F. GOODSON, JR. . CONRAD H. GOODWIN, JR. . CHARLES MCINTOSH GORDAN"' DONALD RICHARD GORDON LAWRENCE TALBOT GORDON RAEBURN FRANCIS GORDON ALBERT GORSON .... WALTER HELBIG GOTTSCHALK DUDLEY HAMILTON GRAPE WILLIAM TIPIIETT GRASTY PAUL GILLESPIE GRAVES . WILLIAM F. GRAVINS, JR. . EDWARD IRVINE GRAY . . JOHN LEWIS GRAY . . . WILBUR LESLIE GRAY, JR. BERNARD JULIAN GREEN . Ross- WENTWORTH GREEN IRVIN GREENBERG . . . MELVIN STANLEY GREENEERG LUCIEN BUTLER GREENE . MYRON LAWRENCE GREENE CHARLES HOWARD GREGORY .JOHN ROY GREGORY . . . FRANK CICERO GREG-SON III DAVID BURTON GRIFFIN, JR. ROBERT LEWIS GROBERG . .JOHN HENRY GUY, JR. . . JEROME GEORGE HAHN . . COLUMBUS HAILE III . . . .Louisa, Va New York, N, Y Lynchburg, Va New York, N. Y Portsmouth, Va . Norfolk, Va New YoI'k, N. Y Harrisburg, Pa . Hampton, Va Brownsville, Pa . Baltimore, Md . Staunton, Va 1Jackson Hts., L.I.,N.Y . Staunton, Va Portsmouth, Va . Hopewell, Va Augusta, Ca Waynesboro, Va Norfolk, Va Irvington, N. Y . Richmond, Va. . Farmville, Va . Atlantic City, N. J Salem, Va Elizabeth, N. J . Staunton, Va Lynchburg, Va University, Va Ashland, Va Memphis, Tenn . Manassas, Va Richmond Hill, N. Y Falmouth, Mass Norfolk, Va . Danville, Va . Louisville, Ky New York, N. Y . Louisville, Ky Plainfield, N. J Wilmington, Del . Washington, D. C Brooklyn, N. Y . Richmond, Va. . Cedarhurst, N. Y . Staunton, Va E731 INNES CORRELL HAINES . GEORGE ROSS HALL, JR. . NORMAN BRIERLEY HALL, JR. ROGER JOSEPH HALLE . . WILLIAM GURDEN HALSEY II1 STUART FAIRFAX HAMILL, JR. DANIEL H. HAMILTON, JR. CHARLES FRANKLIN HAMLIN GEORGE STROTHER HAMM LYNN RHEA HAMMOND, JR. JAMES PATTESON HANCOCK JOHN ERNEST HANCOCK . WILSON A. HANNA, JR. . JOHN JOSEPH HANRETTY . ROBERT ALAN HANSON . HENRY MAYNARD HARLOW GEORGE N. HARRIS, JR. . LAWRENCE PEYTON HARRIS LEONARD PAUL HARRIS . . ROBERT HARRIS .... WILLIAM LEWIS HARRIS, JR. DAVID A. HARRISON III . EDWARD T. HARRISON, JR. FRANCIS MACLEOD HARRISON HARRY HARRISON, JR. . . JACK MANUEL HARTFIELIJ AUBREY EATON HARVEY, JR. SANFORD HASKELL . . . HAROLD IRA HASKINS, JR. . DENISON HURLBUT HATCH RAMON WALLER HATCHETT LUTHER A. HAUSENFLUCK. JR. COLVIN FITCH HAWKEY . EUGENE GAINES HAWKINS MCRAY EARLY HAWKINS . EDGAR DUNCAN HAWLEY . EMMETT BURWELL HAWPE WAYLAND J. HAYES, JR." . ALLAN WATSON HAZARD . ROBERT WILLIAM HEARD . HARRY J. HECK, JR. . . . GRAHAM MCE. HEILMAN . GEORGE M. HEINITSH, JR. JEROME HELLER .... FRANK WORLEY HEMPSTEAD 1 . . . Arlington, Va 1 . Westport, Conn 3 . Chevy Chase, Md I . New York, N. Y 1 South Orange, N. J 2 . . . Oakland, Md 1 . . Memphis, 'fenn 1 . . Memphis, Tenn 1 . Charlottesville, Va 3 . . . Roanoke, Va I . . . Richmond, Va 1 . . Acushnet, Mass 1 . . . Pittsburgh, Pa 1 . . Brooklyn, N. Y 3 . . . Richmond, Va 3 . Charlottesville, Va 3 . . University, Va 1 . . University, Va 1 . Newport News, Va 1 . . New York, N. Y I . . . Norfolk, Va 2 . . . Hopewell, Va 1 . . . Richmond, Va 1 Halltown, W. Va 1 . . . Norfolk, Va 1 . . Memphis, Tenn 2 . . Lynchburg, Va 4 . . . Norfolk, Va 3 . . Cranford, N. J 2 . . Riverside, Conn 1 . . . Roanoke, Va 3 . Harrisonburg, Va 1Uppcr Montclair, N. J 3 . . Rippon, W, Va 2 . . Petersburg, Va 4 . . . Richmond, Va 3 . . . Staunton, Va 3 . . Nashville, Tenn 4 . . Ansonia, Conn 1. . . Dover, Mass 1 . . . Pittsburgh, Pa I . . Kittanning, Pa 2 . . . Pittsburgh, Pa 1 . . Brooklyn, N. Y 1. . . Atlanta, Ga 1 9 3 7 C O R K S A N D C U R UNDERGRADUATES EDMUND MCK. HENDERSON . 2 GLENN D. HIENIJERSON . . 2 WILLIS MERRIMAN HENDRICKS 3 JOHN TOLAR HENRY . . . 3 JOHN MARSH HENSHAW . . 4 REECE VERLAINE HENSLEY . 4 WALTER WILLIAM HERBliRlCH I JOHN HENRY HEROLD . . . 2 LS IN THE COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES Bridgetown, Va. Nashville, Tenn. . Roanoke, Va. Brooklyn, N. Y. . Charlottesville, Va. . . Elkton, Va. . Akron, Ohio . Baltimore, Md. SEYMOUR HERR ..... ALVAH L. HERRING, JR. . . E. FRANTE HERSHEY . . . RICHARD M. HESSELMAN . . BYRON ADNA HICKS .... THOMAS WINSTON HICKS . . ARTHUR WOODROW HIGGINS . RICHARD PHILIP HILDER . . CHARLES RIFE HILGARTNER . JOHN CLAYTON HILL . . . JAMES HENNING HILLIARDIJ . ARTHUR C. HILMER, JR. . . JOSEPH HILTON ..... 2... Bayonne, N. J. 3 . . . Richmond, Va, 2. . . Hershey, Pa. 2 . Garden City, N. Y. 2. . . Bedford, 1. . . Bedford, Va. Va. 1 . Floral Park, N. Y. 1 . . . Arlington, Va. 3 . . . Baltimore, Md. 1 . Washington, D. C. LEWIS DAVID HIRSCHLER . . 1 WILLIAM WYATT HOBACK . 2 EDWARD HOCHHAUSER. JR. . 1 JOHN HENDERSON HODGE . . 1 FRANK BOYD HOFPER . . . 4 KENNETH WARREN HOLBERT FREDERIC W. HOLCOMB, JR. . 1 WALLER LEWIS HOLLADAY . 1 HUGIAI LATANE HOLLAND, JR. 1 BENJAMIN F. HOLLINGER . . 1 EDWIN EMANUEL HOLM, JR. . 1 SAMUEL D. HOLSINGER, JR. . 1 YUILLE HOLT, JR ..... 1 CLEVELAND HOLTZWORTII . 1 GEORGE KELLOGG HOOKER . 2 FRANCIS BAIN HOOPES . . . 4 WINS'fON HOPE ..... 3 JACK HARRY HOPKINS? . . 3 JULIUS HERMAN HOPKINS . 2 WILLIAM BOLE HOPKINS . . 2 JEROME HOROWIT7. .... 2 DANIEL FRANCIS HORSEY . . 1 ALBERT SAMUEL HORWITZ. . 5' CALVIN HOOD HOUCHLAND . 1 3 . . . Louisville, Ky. 1 . . . St. Louis, Mo. 3 . . . Savannah, Ga. . Norfolk, Va. . Roanoke, Va. Hartsdale, N. Y. Henderson, Ky. University, Va. 2Hastings-on-Hud. N.Y. Kingston, N. Y. . Charlottesville, Va. . . Suffolk, Va. Honolulu, T. H. . Norfolk, Va. . Staunton, Va. Lynchburg, Va. Hagerstown, Md. . Winnetka, Il. New Castle, Del. . Norfolk, Va. Petersburg, Va. Petersburg, Va. . Richmond, Va. New York, N. Y. Las Vegas, Nev. University, Va. Nashville, Tenn. I74J ROBERT HENRY HOUSER . . ALVIN HAYWARD HOWARIJ . WILLIAM HARRY HOYT, JR. . WALTER WATSON HUFEMAN DAVID JOSEPH HUNT . . . JOHN BRADFORD HUNTER II . FREDERICK H. HURDMAN, JR. THEODORE CHARLES HURLEY GEORGE EDWARD HURST. . CHARLES FREDERICK HUTAFF EDWIN CHRISTIAN HUTTER . GORDON LUUIS INCRAI-IAM . GUY MORRIS INMAN .... ROBERT TATE IRVINE, JR.": . CHARLES EDWIN IRVING . . PETER IRVING, JR ..... NATHAN ISRAEL ..... MINTER MORGAN JACKSON4' . ROBERT CLARKE JACOB, JR. . BENJAMIN DANIEL JACOBS . FELMORE IRVING JACOBSON . PETER JAFFE ...... HARRY BEECH JAMES, JR. JOHN BURROUCHS JAMES JOHN DOLBY JAMES . . GRAVELEY T. JEFFERSON . . DANIEL ALCER JENKINS. . EDWARD OVERTON JENKINS . WILBUR K. JENNINGS . . . WILLIAM FERDINAND JENSEN MILTON JOEL ...... GILBERT MARSHALL JOHNSON THOMAS RUSSELL JOHNSON . WAYNE KING JOHNSON . . BEVERLY JONES . . . . JOHN WALKER JONES . . . RICHARD WALTER JONES III WAYLAND HORACE JONES . . WILLIAM BROWN JONES . . WILLIS BRYANT JONES , . . WINFIELD MARSHALL JONES . EDWIN HAROLD JUNCER . . MORTON JUNCER ..... WILLIAM V. T. JUSTIS . . . HUGH EMIL KABLER . . . lEdgew'd Arsenal, Md. 2 . . New Orleans, La. 2 . . Oneonta, N. Y. 1 . . New Castle, Va. 2 . . . Ballston, Va. 2 . Newtonville, Mass. 2 . White Plains, N. Y. lJacksOn Hts., L.I.,N.Y. . . Chicago, Ill. Bronxville, N. Y. University, Va. Rome, N. Y. Wilmington, Del. . Richmond, Va. . Charlottesville, Va. New York, N. Y. Wilkes-Barre, Pa. East Radford, Va. . Norfolk, Va. Brooklyn, N. Y. Portsmouth, Va. 2 . Great Neck, N. Y. 2 . Charlottesville, Va, 2 . . . Norfolk, Va. 1 .... Laurel, Del. 1 . Rocky Mount, Va. 3Upper Montclair, N. 1 . Charlottesville, Va. 1 . . Lynchburg, Va. 1 . . Montclair, N. J. 1 . . .Richmond, Va. 1 .... Chicago, Ill 1 .... Bristol, Va. l . . Sweet Hall, Va. 1 . . University, Va. 3 . . Pine Bluff, Ark. 1 . . Monroe, N. Y. 2 . . Blackstone, Va. 2 . Charlottesville, Va 4 . . . Atlanta, Ga 2 . . . Atlanta, Ga 2 . . New York, N. Y 1 . . New York, N. Y 3 . . New York, N. Y 3 . . Alexandria, Va UNDERGRADUATES IN THE COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES JAMES LLEWIELLYN KALER HOWARD KANE ..... TIIOMAS HENRY KANB, JR. ARTHUR KAELAN .... GEORGE MELVIN KAPLAN . MILTON HAROLIJ KAELAN . CHESTER LARRY KARWANSKI JACOB EPSTEIN KATz . . MALCOLM KATE .... HIIRBERT MEYER KATZIENBERG HOMER CYRUS KECK . . JOHN SCOTT KEGLER . . CHARLES DARE KELLOGG . JAMES MICHAEL KELLY, JR. ROBERT DESPRES KEMPNER EDWARD KERSCI-INER, JR. . JOSEPH KIZSSLER .... GEORGE T. KEYES, JR. . . ARTHUR GEORGE KIEYWAN DOUGLAS KINCAID .... BENJAMIN ADAMS KING. THOMAS COBB KING, JR. . JAMES IVIORSIE KINGSLEY, JR. BENJAMIN T. KINSEY, JR. . HOWARD GASTON KIPP . . WILLIAM W. KIRK, JR. . FRANKLIN DADMUN KIEER .JOHN FUQUA KIzER. . . THEODORE PERSHING KLAPPER ARTHUR MANNING KLEIN EDWARD STANLEY KLEIN, JR. THOMAS' JOHN KLINEDINST GUNTHER KENNETH KLOSE EDWARD ALDEN KNOWLES ABRAHAM KOLODNY. . . WILLIAM WILSON KOONTZ JACOB THEODORE KOPP . . .JOHN LOGAN KRAUSHAAR . . WILLIAM EDWARD KRIEIDLBR ARTHUR KRIDA, JR. . . . ELLIOTT VICTOR KRONISIAI . .JACK WEIL KIIHN . . . THOMAS ALLAN KURT: . JERROLD JAMES KUSHNER . BROCKENBROUGH LAMB, JR. . . Marydel, Md. . Providence, R. I. Youngstown, Ohio . . Baltimore, Md. . Brookline, Mass. . . Norfolk, Va. . . Camden, N. J. . . Pikesville, Md. . Hartford, Conn. . . Baltimore, Md. . . Niles, Mich. . . York, Pa. . . Boston, Mass. . . Elmira, N. Y. . New York, N. Y. . Plainfield, N. J. . Martinsville, Va. . New York, N. Y. . Ossining, N. Y. . University, Va. East Cleveland, Ohio . . Anniston, Ala. . . Boonton, N. J, . Petersburg, Va. . Yonkers, N. Y. . Cleveland, Ohio . . Norfolk, Va. . . Milan, Tenn. Garden City, N. Y. . Bronxville, N. Y. . Bronxville, N. Y. . . . York, Pa. . New York, N. Y. . Glen Ridge, N. J. . . Norfolk, Va. . Alexandria, Va. . New York, N. Y. Greenwich, Conn. East Orange, N. J. South Kent, Conn. New Haven, Conn. . Nashville, Tenn. . Fort Myers, Fla. . Brooklyn, N. Y. . . Richmond, Va. ROBERT BOLLING LAMBETH BYRON I-IILLIARD LAMOTTE MARSH LANCASTER . . . BENJAMIN K. LANDECK . HOMIER HENKEL LANDIES, JR. RICHARD JAMES LANGSTAEF THOMAS B. LARKIN, JR. . SHEPARD MEYER LATTIIR . KENNETH STUART LAWRENCE DUDLEY DAY LAWTON, JR. FRANCIS DUPONT LAEBNBY WALTER CLARK LEA, JR. . BENJAMIN F. LEAKE, JR. . NORMAN HANSFORD LEAKE THOMAS HAUCIHTON LEARY JOHN D. LEBOURGEOIS . . RICHARD ARTHUR LEDIERER JOHN BARNSDALL .... LANSING BURROWS LEE, JR. LAWRENCE LEE, JR. . . . WILLIAM LUDWELL LEE, JR. BENTON O. LEFTON . . . GILBERT SETON LEFTON . FRED MARION LEGE III . . CARL HENRY LEHMAN . . JACK HENRY LEHMAN, JR. CAMILI.US S. LJENGLE, JR. LEWIS WILLIAM LEPMAN, JR. ROBERT CAMERON LEVERICH ROBERT HENRY LEVIN . . EARL JAY LEVINE .... JESSE WILLIAM LEVY . . . . Bedford, Va. . Wilmington, Del, . . Pittsburgh, Pa. . New York, N. Y. . . Staunton, Va. . . Paterson, N. J. Washington, D. C. . New Orleans, La. . . Norfolk, Va. Slingerlands, N, Y. . . Hopewell, Va. . . Richmond, Va. . Newport News, Va. . . . Proffit, Va. . . Richmond, Va. Washington, D. C. Far Rockaway, N. Y. . Pleasantville, N. Y, . . Augusta, Ga. . . Savannah, Ga. . Fayetteville, W. Va. . Cleveland, Ohio . Cleveland, Ohio . . . Dallas, Tex. . . Baltimore, Md. . South Orange, N. J. . Jacksonville, Fla. . . . Glencoe, Ill, . . Pelham, N. Y. . . Beverly, N. J. . . Norfolk, Va. . New York, N. Y. E751 1937 O RKS AND CU RLS UNDERGRADUATES IN THE COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES RICHARD TILLES LEVY . . . DAVID HIiNILY LEWIS, JR. . . JASPER PHIELPS LEWIS . . . JOIIN WISSLEY LEYS . . . HIIATII LICKLIDIIR . . MELVIN LIEBOWITE .... SEYMOUR SHELTON I..II'SI'II'I'Z FRONTISS ALEXNIJER LILES, JR. CIIARLES WATERS LINCOLN . WILLIAM GEORGE LIND, JR. . JOHN KELLAM LINGO. . . HERBERT LINNE ..... CHARLES NEWTON LISKIIY . HARRY RICHARD LOBIE . . . MARTIN HIENRY LONG, JR. . EDWARD ARTHUR LOVE . . ANDREW J. LOWNDES III . . EDWARD MARTIN LOWRANCII . PRESTON BROOKS LOWRANCE STEWART PIERCE LYNCH . . KENNETH STEWART MCATEE FRANK BUCK MCBURNEY . . EDWARD R. W. MCCABE, JR. GEORGE RUSSELL IVIACCALI. . CHALMERS T. MCCALLUM . NEIL DILLON MGCARTHY . . TIIOMAS PIi'I"IiR MCCARTIN . ROBERT BRUCE MCCLASKEY . HARRY CARR MCCLAUGIIERTY JAMES B. MGCLELLAND III . JAMES SELIIY MCCLINTON, JR. GLYNN PIERRIN MCCONNELL EDWARD P. MCCREERY, JR. . TIMBERLAKIE MCCUE . . . SAMUEL M. IVICDANIEI., JR. . EDGAR V.fP. MACDONALD . . JOHN SMITII MCELWAINE . . ANDREW JACKSON MCFALL . CHARLES W. MCGILVERY . CHARLES EDWARD MCGINN . DAVID HIDALOO MACGOWAN . WILI.IAM INCHAM MCGOWAN ELIEXIS WILLIAM MCGRATH . JAMES M. G. IVICGUIRIE . . CHARLES GORDON MACKENZIE 3 . . New York, N. Y 2 . . Ivy Depot, VII I . . . Danville, Va 5' . . Lynclihurg, VII I . . . Norfolk, VII 3 Cedarhurst, L.I., N.Y 2 . . Brooklyn, N. Y I . Charlottesville, Va 2 . . New York, N, Y 3 . . Cranston, R. I 2 . . Pungoteague, Va. 2 . . Brooklyn, N. Y 3 , . New Nlarkct, VII I . . . Baitiinore, Md 3 . . Jacksonville, Fla I . Staten Island, N. Y 4 . . . Baltimore, Md I . . Mernpliis, Tenn I . Chattanooga, Tenn 2 . . Brookline, Mass 2 . . . Berryville, Va I . . Philaclelphia, PII 3 . Fort Bragg, N. C I . . Arlington, N. J 2 . . . Laurel, Miss I . Los Angeles, Calif I . . BI'ooklyn, N. Y I . . New York, N. Y I . . . Narrows, Va I Oklahoma City, Okla 2 Parkersburg, W. Va I . . . Cate City, Va 2 '. . Hinton, W. Va 2 . Charlottesville, Va I . . Lynchburg, Va I . . . Richmond, Va I . . Holyoke, MIISS 2 . . Waynesboro, Va 2Smitht'n Branch, N.Y 4 . . Stroudsburg, Pa I . . New York, N. Y 2 . . Alexandria, Va 3 .... Berwyn, Ill 2 . . . Richmond, Va Lynbrook, N. Y 2... DONALD S. MACKEN:IE . . ROBERT GEORGE MCKEON, JR. ALEXANDER H. MCKINNEY . THOMAS WILLIAM MGKNIGIIT EVIERETT GERARD IVICLARIIN . JOHN WliNCEL MACLIIOIJ, JR. ASHBY R. MCMULLEN, JR. . CHARLES B. MCMULLEN, JR, NEILL KEITZ IVICSIIANII . . EDWARD MAGAULEY III . . LOUIS NIIWITIALL MACOMBER . H, LESTER MADDEX .... ROBERT MALCOLM MADDEx . HENRY CABELL MADDUX, JR. JOHN WILLIAM MACILL . . ALBERT CHARLES MACUIRE . JOHN GERALD MAHONEY . . ROBERT COLBY MAI-IONEY . . EVAN JAMES MALE .... JAMES WILLIAM MALLOY, JR. PHILIP RALPH MALONE . . JOHN EACOTT MANAHAN . . CHARLES ADLEY MANGHAM . JAMES MCDONNELL MANIRE . GUY EDWARD MANLEY, JR. . DAVID VYE MANN .... JAMES BENJAMIN MANN, JR. HOWARIJ I-IERT: MARCUS . . MAXWELL JEROME MARDER . GEORGE F. MARKI-IAM, JR. . DONALD DAVID MARKOWIT:: . IVIIELVIN RICHARD MARKS . . I . . Lynbrook,N.Y. I . Hempstead, N, Y. I . . . Richmond, VII 1 . West Chester, Pa. IHarringtOn Park, N. J. 2 .... Crozet, Va. 3 . . University, Va. I . . Woodstock, Ont. I . . New Orleans, La. 2 . Burlingame, Calif. I .... Weems, Va 6 . Charlottesville, Va. '5 . Charlottesville, Va. 'ZEast Falls Church, Va. 1 . . . Smyrna, Del. 2 . . Brooklyn, N. Y. 2Jackson Hts. L.I., N.Y. 2 . . . Salem, Mass. 4 . Clarksburg, W. Va. I East Hartford, Conn. I . . . St. Cloud, Fla. 2. . University, Va. I . San Antonio, Tex. I . . Memphis, Tenn. 2 . . Rochester, N. Y. 2 . . Randolph, Mass. 2 . Clmai-Iottcsville, Va. 2 . . New York, N. Y. 3 . . . Bayonne, N. J. I . Oconomowoc, Wis. I . . Jersey City, N. J, I . Woodmere, N. Y. 1 . . Irvington, N. J. UNDERGRADUATES IN THE COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES PHILIP WILSON MARKWOOD . JEFF ALIDRIEY MARMON, JR. . ALBERT CLYDE ,IVIARSI-IALL, JR. DAVID BARHYDT MARSIIALL . HARRY T. MARSHALL, JR. . JOHN QUINN MARSHALL . . RICHARD POWELL MARSHALL CLARK OGDEN MARTIN . . EDGAR EMORY MARTIN, JR. . MALCOLM LUCK MASON. . SAMUEL ANTHONY MASON . SIDNEY DAVID MASON . . . BENJAMIN JAY MASSELL, JR. CHARLES RALPH MASSELL . RICHARD WALTIER MASSEY, JR. ROY HARDEE MASSEY, JR. . . JULIAN BENNETT MASSIE, JR. MERWIN BOGEN MATTES . . AUSTIN SMITH MAXIM, JR. . ERNEST CAMPBELL MEAD, JR. HAROLD LEWIS MEISEL . . '. ARTHUR IVIIENOFF . . . . HUGIT STOCKDELL MEREDITH WALTER H. MERGARDT . . THEODORE L. MEYENDOREE . ALPHONSE H. MEYER, JR. . FRANK CHARLES MEYER III . JAMES HARRY MICHAEL, JR. . ROSS SANNER MICKEY . . . WILLIAM GROKE MICKEY . . CHARLES G. MIDIJLETON, JR. ELLIS SPEAR MIDDLETON, JR. JAMES EDWARD MIDDLETON . 3 . Charlottesville, Va. 2 .... Louisa, Va. 1 . . Sheridan, Wyo. 1 . . University, Va. 1 . . Tye River, Va. I-Jackson Hts., L.I.,N.Y. 2 . . . Norfolk, Va. 3 . . Pearisburg, Va. 1 . . . Roanoke, Va. 3 . . . Hampton, Va, 1 .... Bath, N. C. I . . . Atlanta, Ga. 2 . . . Atlanta, Ga. 1 . . Birmingham, Ala. 2 . . . Atlanta, Ga. I . . . Roseland, Va. 1 . . Hamden, Conn. 1 . New Bedford, Mass. I . . . Richmond, Va. I . Bayside, L.I., N.Y. 2 . . Brooklyn, N. Y. 1 . Virginia Beach, Va. 2 East Rockaway, N. Y. 2 . . Glen Cove, N. Y. 3 . . Memphis, Tenn. 1 Ozone Park, L.I.,N.Y. 2 . . University, Va. 1 . . University, Va. 2 . . University, Va. 4 . . University, Va. 2 . . . Louisville, Ky. 1 . . New York, N. Y. GEORGE SWIGGART MILES . ROBERT QUENTIN MILLAN ASHTON C. MILLER, JR. . CLIFFORD DEVERE MILLER DANIEL RAYMOND MILLER EDWARD HOWE MILLER, JR. . ELMON ADAMS MILLER, JR. . GARNET BELEW MILLER . HENRY RANKIN MILLER . HUGH CRAWFORD MINOR, JR. LANCELOT L. MINOR, JR. . HOWARIJ C. MIRMELSTEIN . CHARLES DANA C. RICHARD WILLIAM CHARLES P. MITCHELL, JR. . MITCHELL, JR. . WYLLY MOLTEN RICHARD MONTAGUE MONTOOTH, JR. . 1 . Memphis, Tenn. 3 Middletown, Ohio 2 Charlottesville, Va. 3 . Saginaw, Mich. 3 . . Amherst, Va. 3 . . Danville, Va. I Wasliiiigtoii, D, C. 3 1 . . . Crozet,Va. Washingtoii, D. C. 1 . . Greenville, Va. 2 . . Memphis, Tenn. 1 Newport News, Va. 2 Charlottesville, Va. 1 . . Bluefield, W. Va. 2 3 1 Chevy Chase, Md. Clarksville, Va. Wiiiter Park, Fla. I771 WILLIAM KRAUSS MOODY . . JEROME HENRY MOORE . RICHARD DIXON MOORE RUSSELL LAMAR MOORIE WILLIAM MAURY MOORE KIMBIER NOURSE MORAN BERNARD ASHER MORIEWITZ . HAROLD DOUBLIEDAY MORGAN JOHN IVICCHIESNIEY MORGAN . JOHN W. H. MORGAN . . . JOHN RICHARD MORRIS, JR.'F . THOMAS DWIGHT MORRIS . . ROGER WILLIAM MORRISON . EDWARD TAYLOR MORTON . . LEO MOSCOWITZ ..... LEONARD M. MOSCOWITZ . . JAMES MERCER MOSS . . . RAFAIIL IVIIGUIZL MUDAEORT . CARL OLIVER MUEHLHAUSE GUY DAVIS MULFORD . . . ROY MOTT MULFORD, JR. . . EDWARD EUGENE MULLEN . JOHN CLARK MULLIN . . . NICHOLAS J. MURPHY, JR. . JOHN FRANCIS MURRAY . . SAM A. MYAR, JR ..... FRANKLIN GUY MYERS1' . . HAIKVEY MYERS ..... GILBERT NALLE ..... JOHN MCHENRY NEESON . . MARSHALL A. NEILAN, JR. . MILTON LEONARD NEMO . . HOWARD FLEMING NIEWMAN ALVIN LEROY NEWMYER, JR. DAVID BROWN NICHOLSON . PETER JOHN NISTAD .... PETER NOEL ...... THOMAS BENJAMIN NOLAND GEORGE W. NORVELL, JR. . RICHARD PRESCOTT NOVEY . CARDWELL CAMDEN NUCKOLS HARRY EDWARD NUTTY . . CLARENCE P. OBENSCHAIN . DELANCEY ROCHESTER OBER WILLIAM P. OEERNDOREER . LEWIS WEST OEHMIG . . . ALEXANDER JOHNSON OGG . CHARLES DEAN OGILVIE . . HERBERT FREDERICK OHL . WILLIAM AENER OLD . . . . Memphis, Tenn. Charlottesville, Va. West Chester, Pa. . . Moultrie, Ga. . . Richmond, Va. Charlottesville, Va. Newport News, Va. . Lexington, Mass. . . Fairville, Pa. . . . Ewing, Va, Charlottesville, Va. Staten Island, N. Y. . . Pittsburgh, Pa. . Chatterton, Va. . Brooklyn, N. Y. . Brooklyn, N. Y. . . Arlington, Va. . Santurce, P. R. Wasliixigtoii, D, C. . WeSt6eld, N. J. . WeStHeld, N. . . Norfolk, Va. 1Tottenville, S.I., N.Y. Coral Cables, Fla. . New York, N. Y. . Memphis, Tenn. . . Baltimore, Md. . . Covington, Ky. Wasliiiigton, D. C. . Wilmiiigton, Del. . . . Rye, N. Y. . 4. Norfolk, Va. . . Hopewell, Va. Wasliiiigtoii, D. C. Chevy Chase, Md. . Patchogue, N. Y. Wasliiiigton, D. C. . WHYIICSDOYO, Va. Huntington, W. Va. Panama City, Panama Charlottesville, Va. Charlottesville, Va. . . Staunton, Va. . . Baltimore, Md. . . Norfolk, Va. Chattanooga, Tenn. . . Norfolk, Va. . . Verona, N II, . Maplewood, N. J. . . Norfolk, Va. 1 9 3 7 CORKS AND CURLS UNDERGRADUATES IN THE COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES CHARLES T. ONNEILL, JR. . PETER W. OPPENHEIMER . . ELMER TERNAN O'RORK . . MAX IRVING OROWITZ.. . . DECOURCY W. ORRICK, JR. . EDXVARD SEYMOUR ORZACK . MATTHEW F. M. OSEORNE"f . RANEY ARCHER OVEN . . . ROEERT VINUP OXENHAM51: . GEORGE JAMES OXRIDER . . CHARLES MOORE PACE . . . GEORGE A. PADDOCK, JR. . . CHARLES HENRY PAGE, JR. . FRANK JARVIS PAGE .... JAMES HUTCkIliSON PAGE . . JOIIN CARY PAGE ..... WINTHROP RANDOLPH PAGE RALPH AVERILL PALMER . . ALVIN JAY PARIS ...., EDWIN PEARSON PARKER . . MATTHEW DENWOOD PARRISH HAROLD SYLVESTIER PARROTT CARL DOMINICK PATERNOSTRO GRAHAM BENTON PATTERSON LEWIS ALBERT PATERSON . . DANIEL HARMON PAYNE . . JOHN IRVING PAYNE ..., MEREIDITPI FRANK PAYNE . . RALPH LUCIAN PAYNIL . . . RICHARD BANKS PAYNE . . THOMAS CLARK PAYNE, JR. . SAMUEL WOOIJSON PIENLIEY . WILLIAM LOWNDES PEPLE, JR. HERBERT WALKER PERKINS . JOSEPH MINOR PERKINS . . MARVIN BANKS PERRY, JR. . WILLIAM JUDY PETERS . . . ROBERT HAYNES PETTIT . . ARMISTEAD PEYTON .... FRANCIS BRADLEY PEYTON III STEPHEN QUINETTE PI-IELPS WILLIAM PHILLIPS, JR. . . CRAIG CAEELL PICKRALL, JR. ANDREW JACKSON PIETSCI-It JOSEPH WILLIAM PINDER . . GEORGE LEWIS PITZER . . . KEITH TORELEAU PITZER . . WILLIAM C. PIVER, JR. NATPIAN PLATT . . . LUKE HAIIVEY POE, JR."' 2 . ChaI'lotteSville, Va. 2 . . Crestwood, N, Y. l . . . Sandston, Va. 2 . . . Paterson, N. J. Z . . . Baltimore, Md. 1 . . Martinsville, Va. 3 . . . Norfolk, Va. 1 . . Tallahassee, Fla. 3 . Washington, D. C. 1 . . . Dayton, Ohio 3 . Ronceverte, W. Va. 1 . . . Evanston, Ill. 2 . Charlottesville, Va. 3 . Maplewood, N. J. 1 . Chappaqua, N. Y. 1 . . University, Va. 2 . Santa Monica, Calif. 1 . New Haven, Conn. 1 . . New York, N, Y. 7- . Washington, D. C. 2 . . Alexandria, Va. 7-East Falls Church, Va. 1 . . Hartford, Conn. 1 . Charlottesville, Va. 1 . . . Roanoke, Va. 1 . . . Norfolk, Va. 1 . Charlottesville, Va. 1 . . Gordonsville, Va. 1 . . Alexandria, Va. 2 . . . Norfolk, Va. 5' . . . Clifford, Va. 1 . . . Fincastle, Va. 3 . . . Richmond, Va. 1 . Charlottesville, Va. 1 . . . Reeclville, Va. 1 . ' . . Newton, Mass. 1 . . . Pittsburgh, Pa. 3 . . University, Va. 1 . . . Richmond, Va. 3 . . University, Va. 1 . . . St. Louis, Mo. 5 . . . Beverly, Mass. 1 . . . Oriskany, Va. 3 . White Plains, N. Y. 2 . . . Richmond, Va. 1 . . . Roanoke, Va. 1 . Fredericksburg, Va. 4 . . . Richmond, Va. 3 . . . Strasburg, Va. 3 . . . Richmond, Va. U81 FRED GRESHAM POLLARD . FREDERICK TAYLOR POLLARD WILLIAM DAVID POLLARD . ROBERT RAYMOND PONTIFEX EUGENE REDD PORTER . . WOODROW WILSON POSS . CHARLES FREDERICK POWELL ERNEST ALLEN POWELL, JR. JOSEPH LESTER POWELL . HENRY POWERS .... JOHN PATRICK POWERS . . ROBERT COOLEY PRALL . . LESLIE NOREORD PREDDY . ORD PRESTON, JR .... ROBERT SHEFFEY PRESTON, EDWIN ABBE PRICE . . . FRANKLIN L. PRICE . . . JAMES GUY PRICE . . . LEONARD SYLVESTER PRICE THOMAS RUSSELL PRICE. WARNER WILDS PRICE, JR. JOHN PICKRIZLL PRICI-IARD WILLIAM DIENT PRIESTMAN CONSTANTINE N. PSIMAS . ROBERT BEVERLY PUGH . ROBERT E. LEE PURDUM . GEORGE PURVIS .... JAMES OSEORNE PUTNAM, J JR. R. WILLIAM LEAK!! PUTNEY, JR. RALPH JAMES QUALE, JR. . RICHARD ADRIAN RAIC1-ILEN EDMOND F. RAMSEY, B.A. . MENGER MILTON RAMSEY . JACK COWEE RARDIN . . ROBERT BELL RAWLES . . SAMUEL BERTOLET READ . CHARLES FALKINER READE LOUIS FIELIX REDAVID . . JOI-IN WILLIAM REED . . ROBERT MURIJAUGH REED RUDOLPH GARDNER REED . WELLFORD LATHROP REED JAMES MACKINTOSH REESE LEWIS CASS REID .... ROBERT ADAM REISTBR . WILERED RESNICK . . . GEORGE IRVING RESSEGUIE ALBERT F. REUTLINGER . KENNETH REUTLINGER . STEPHEN C. REVILLE, JR. . Richmond, Va. . . Suffolk, Va. Scottsville, Va. . Norfolk, Va. . Charlottesville, Va. . Charlottesville, Va. . Atlanta, Ga. . Bartlett, Tenn. . Richmond, Va. . Baltimore, Md. Cleveland, Ohio . Summit, N. . . Proffit, Va. . Washington, D. C. . Richmond, Va. Warehouse Pt., Conn. . Montesano, Wash. . Norfolk, Va. New Castle, Va. Memphis, Tenn. . Smyrna, Del. Petersburg, Va. Elizabeth, N. J. Portsmouth, Va. . Roanoke, Va. . Towson, Md. . Quantico, Va. . Buffalo, N. Y. . Wealthia, Va. . Charlottesville, Va. . Maplewood, N, J. . . Gretna, Va. . Vesuvius, Va. Chesapeake, Ohio . Richmond, Va . . Catlett, Va. Montclair, N. J. . Norfolk, Va. New York, N. Y. Portsmouth, Va. Fall River, Mass. . Richmond, Va. Petersburg, Va. . Roanoke, Va. . Wheeling, W. Va. Washington, Pa. Winchester, Va. . Louisville, Ky. . Louisville, Ky. Bronxville, N. Y. . ...I.LI:1C!'E "!'?,lI!:'1"1t"21T I . . .-. I - .. .1. UN DERGRADUATES ROIIIIRT MILLIQR RIsYNoLDS WALIIIIR REYNOLDS, JR. . FRANCIS BAYARD RI-IIIIN . EDWARD JONIIS RICHARDSON JOIIN WILLIAM RIIILYI: . JACK RIIYNOLDS RIGUS . . Hllilll ARTIIUR RIsLIaY . SANFORD RITTIIR . . . . ALliXANlDliR RIvIss . . . ANTIIONY BAROLAY RIvIfs OIIIII LIIWIS ROACII, JR. . WILIIRIID EVIQRARD ROACH WILLIAM T. ROIIERTS, JR. EDIIAR BOLLINU ROIIIIRTSON RICHARD IRWIN ROIIINSON STANLIIY HIINRY ROIISON . STIII-HEN W. D. ROCIISTROII JUSTIN BIaTI'IIzL ROLFI: . . THOMAS ANTRIM ROLLIIR . ROIIIQRT TOIIIIY RooD . . THOMAS P. T. ROPIIR . . RUDOLPII CAMI-DELL ROSA HUOI-I MCKIIII Rosu . . . Luo ROIIIIRT ROSEN . . . MILTON JAY ROSIIN . . . CHESTER H. ROSIINIIIIRO . PAUL LOUIS ROSENBBRG . IRVING A. ROTIIIINBERG . JOSEPH EUOI5Nu ROWE, JR. MALVIN SHIIPHARD ROWI2, JR. FRANCIS JOSIIPI-I ROWLAND SAMUIfL HIINRY ROYALL . WILLIAM ARCHIIR ROYALL HOWARD SOL RUIIIN . . SIDNIIY MATTHIIWS RUIfIfIN CONWAY RULON-MILLIIR . JOHN ROLLINS RUMIsRY . CIfcIL ELDRIID RUNKLII . RALIIII AUOUSTUS RUSII . DONALD EDWARD RUSSIILL JACK LAMIIIIRT RUSSIILL . MALCOLM W. RUSsIsLL"' . JOHN POWIILL RYAN . . . JOHN BIsALIa SADTLIIR. . WILl.lAM HAMIJDIIN SAIIII III JAMIsS SALMOND III . . . CILIIIIRT SALMOWITZ . . BURTON FOCII SALPIITIIR . STANLIIY HIIRBIERT SAMUEL WILLIAM B. SANDERSON . 3 . . . Riclimond, VII, 2 . . . Anniston, Ala. 3 . Sillll1C.lCl'SlUWl1, R. I. 3 . . . BaltiIIIoI'e, Md. 3 . . . Richmond, VII. 1 . . New Castle, VII. 1 . . . OIIlllI'Ikl, N. Y. 1 . . Brooklyn, N. Y. 1 . . . Cilliliillll, VII. 8 . . CilblIZlll1, VII. l . . . Danville, VII. 2 . . Mill'tIl1SVlllC, Va. I . . N2lSSHWilClOX, VII. 1 . . Petersburg, VII. I . . New York, N. Y. 2 . . Brooklyn, N. Y. 2 Stapleton, S.I., N.Y. 3 . Weeliuwken, N. J. 1 . Fort DeHIInce, VII. I . Torrington, Conn. 3 . . Petersburg, VII. l . . Brooklyn, N. Y. 1 . Pewee Valley, Ky. 2 . . . Boston, Mass. 2 . . Brooklyn, N. Y. 2 Far Rockaway, N. Y. 5 . . New York, N. Y. 2 . . PIIterson, N. J. 2 . . . Baltimore, Md. 2 . Hilton Village, VII. 3 . . Ridgefield, Conn. I . . Tazewell, VII. 1 . . Tazewell, VII. 1 . . PCfCl'SlUlll'g, VII. 3 . . . Pottstown, PII. I . . . Al'i.llII0l'C, PII. 1 . . Short Hills, N. Z . . University, VII. 2 . ClIIII'lOttesville, VII. 1 , . . Roselle, N, 2 . . TIIseIIInl'1iII, Ala. 3 . Wheeling, W. VII. 1 . . . Riclunond, VII. 3 . . Falls Cl1Lll'Cll, VII. 3 . . . Sclmuyler, VII. I . . Arlington, N. J. 2 Richmond Hill, N. Y. 2 Rockaway Park, N, Y. 2 . . Brooklyn, N. Y. lWesterleiglI, S.I., N.Y. l79I l2'?'l F l'llWJ5G"""W'l IN THE COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES WILLIAM SANOSTIIR, JR. . FRANCIS S. SAROIIANT, JR. . JAMIIS EARLII SAROIIANT . JAMIQS CUNNINGIIAM SARIIIINT TIIOMAS MCC. SAWYIIRSI' . JOHN IVIAT'I'1'lIiW SCANNIQLL SAMUIIL JUNIOR SCI-IAIaIfIfIaR JIIROMII M. SCIIARY . . . WILLIAM ScIIIIAIf, JR. . . RoIIIsRT HIINRY SCIILIISINUER CIIARLIIS WILLIAM SOIILIIJF LOUIS WOOIJIIIIRY SOI-IMIDT RICIIAIID M. SIIIINIIIQR . . CIIARLIIS F. SCHNIIIDIIR . SIIYMOUR SCIINIELL . . ALVIN Sc:IIONIfIaLD . . . JoSIiPII B. SCI-IUSSER, JR. JOIINNY SCOTT ..... EMANUIIL COIIIIN Slilflf . WILLIAM EQWARIJ SIsLIIY . CLIITUS MILEIIR SIILLIIRS . CIIIISTIIR ELLSWORTII SIcL'r:I5R PIIILII' STUART SIIAIfIIR . WILLIAM HAMILTKDN SIIAIfIaR WILLIAM E. SIIANNAIIAN . TIIOMAS M. SHARI' . . . EIJWARIJ P, SIIARRIITTS, JR. PIaTIaR KYLII SIIIIIIIIIIILD . WlI.LlAM HIINRY SIfIuIfIfIIaLD MAIILON R. SIIIQLIIOURNII GIIOROII F. Sl'lIiLBURNlE:l: . WILLIAM F. SIIIILLMAN, JR. GIioRI:Ia GREGORY SHIILTON RICHARD SI'IIiPll1iRD III . JOIIN MYIsRS SI-IIIRWOOD . GIIOROII MUsIa SHIIiLDs . Peterhoronglm, Ont. . . Norfolk, VII. . University, VII. . New York, N. Y, . Hinton, W. VII. . . JIIIIIZIICZI, N. Y. Roselle Park, N. . Brooklyn, N. Y. Mount Kisco, N. Y. . MilwIIIIkce, Wis. . . .BristOl, VII. . . . Avon, N. III' ROCliilWlly, N. Y. Ozone Park, N. Y. . New York, N. Y. Kew Gardens, N. Y. Greenwich, Conn. . . Somerset, VII. Great Neck, N. Y. . . WllI'I'CI1, Ohio . . Broadway, VII, . LIIkewood, Ohio . . Roanoke, VII. . Winchester, VII. . . . Easton, Md. . Woodbury, N. J. . Noroton, Conn. . New York, N. Y. . . . Suffolk, VII. . . PIIclIIcIIlI, Ky. . . RIClllI10IIL1, VII, . . SZl.V1lllI12ll1, CII. . Princeton, N. J. . PoI'tSnIoUtlI, VII. . . . Fairfax, Va. Charlottesville, VII. l IM 1 9 3 7 CORKS AND CURLS UNDERGRADUATES IN THE COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES JACKSON JOHNSON SHINKLIE ALLIE JOSEPH SHORT . . AMEROSE C. T. SHORT . . MARTIN LEWIS SHOTLAND PHILIP LAUB SHULTz. . ALDEN HURRELL SHUTE . DANIEL WALTER SICHIER . BERNARD RANDOLPH SIEGEL STANLEY STUART SIEGIEL . RAYMOND DEH. SIGLILR, JR. LAWRENCE SILBERRLEIT . ROBERT C. SIMMONDS, JR. LOUIS SIMON ..... LOUIS BOWDRE SIMS . . . ROBERT J. U. SINCLAIR . MARTIN R. D. SINGER . . BERTRAM JAY SIRIS. . . THOMAS MCFARLAND SRELLY WILLIAM H. SLAUGHTER, JR. ROBERT WARREN SLOCUM WINSTON HENRY SMALL . ANDREW MURRAY SMITII . ARCIIIBALD LEE SMITH . . CLIFFORD DAVID SMITH . DOWNINO LIEMUEL SMITH EDWARD HARVEY SMITH . EDWARD MOORE SMITH . . GEORGE PAYNE SMITH, JR. HENRY WILLARD SMITH . WALTER CARTER SMITH . WII.SON LEVERING SMITH, J GEORGE BERNARD SMOLEN CHARLES REED SMOOT . . RAYNER VARSER SNEAD . JOHN LEWIS SNEED . . . RICHARD T. SNELLINGS4: . LOUIS R. SOMIERVILLE, JR, WINSTON MCN. SOMERVILLE RICHARD F. SONNEBORN . HUGO SONNIENSCHEIN, JR. LESTER ALBERT SORENSEN LUIS OSCAR SOUFFRONT . CHARLES LEWIS SOURS": . TRUMAN P. SOUTHALL, JR. ROBERT LEE SPAULDING, JR. HENRY K. SPOTSWOOD . . HARRY D. SPRUANC13, JR. . THOMAS JUDSON STANION ROBERT LEE STANLEY . . ROBERT RICHARD STANLEY . . St. Louis, Mo. Charlottesville, Va Charlottesville, Va . New York, N. Y . . Staunton, Va Floral Park, N. Y . New York, N. Y Newport News, Va. . New York, N. Y . Montclair, N. J . New York, N. Y Charlottesville, Va. Vwfashington, D. C . . .Eheart, Va. San Francisco, Calif . New York, N. Y . Brooklyn, N. Y . WilIniIIgtOI1, Del . New Orleans, La . Cristobal, C. Z Fort Fair6eld, Me . Charleston, S. C Fredericksburg, Va. . Yonkers, N. Y Charlottesville, Va. Waslmiiigton, D. C. . . Arlington, Va. Clifton Forge, Va . . Spencer, Va . Belleville, N. J . Stevenson, Md . Brooklyn, N. Y Washington, D. C. . Washington, Va ChaI'lotteSville, Va . . Boydton, Va . . Winstoii, Va . . Wiiistoim, Va Mount Vernon, N. Y Highland Park, Ill . . Arlington, Va .Mayaguez, P. R. Charlottesville, Va. Charlottesville, Va . . Roanoke, Va . Petersburg, Va Forest Hills, N. Y Wliite Plains, N. Y Meadows of Dan, Va Charlottesville, Va BRYANT DEVEREUX STAPLES . RICHARD BORTIN STARR . LAWRENCE G. STARREY . JOHN PIIRSIAIING STIIRN . FREDERICK R. STERNKOPF SAMUEL WILLSON STERRETT .ARTl'lUR K. STEVENS, JR. . JOSEPH GARRICR STEVEN SON ARTHUR C. STEVER, JR. . MILTON ELLIS STEWART. FRANK DILLARD STINNET, JR. WII.I.IAM S. STORES, JR. . MURRAY ARTHUR STOLLER HERMAN STOLMAN . . . CAREY ADDISON STONE . . IRVING RICHARD STOTTER . ROBERT PAUL STOUDT . . JOHN SHARP STRANG . . ANSELM LEONARD STRAUSS. FIZRDINAND R. STRAUSS . HENRY COLEMAN STRAUSS ELLIOTT LEROY STRICKLBR LINDEN STUART, JR. . . ROGER MOORE STUART . . LUTHER LOWRY SULLIVAN WILLIAM PAUL SULLIVAN FRANK TAYLOR SUTTON III GEORGE SAMUEL SWAN . WILLIS WESLIEY SYRES, JR. THOMAS B. TALIAEERRO . CARTER E. TALMAN, JR. . ROBERT MCK. TANRSLEY . JAMES IVIIELVILLE TAYLOR . RICHARD MCCRARY TAYLOR A. CUYLER TEN EYCK, JR. 1 . . Plainlield, N. J. 2 . . Brooklyn, N. Y. 2East Templeton, Mass. l . . Milwaukee, Wis. 1 . Farmington, Conn. 1 . . . Staunton, Va. 2 . . Lynchburg, Va. 2 . Cape Charles, Va. 3 . Watertowii, N, Y. 1 . . . Arlington, Va. 2 . . Lynchburg, Va. 1 . . Philadelphia, Pa. 2 Spring Valley, N. Y. 2 . New Haven, Conn. 3 .... Crewe, Va. 2 . . Cleveland, Ohio l . . Riegelsville, Pa. 1 . Chattanooga, Tenn. 2 Mount Vernon, N. Y. 3 . . Brookline, Mass. 2 . . New York, N. Y. 2 . Charlottesville, Va. 1 . . PlainHeld, N. 3 . Wasliingtoii, D. C. 2 . . . Helena, Ark. 1 . . . Raleigh, N, C. 1 . . . Richmond, Va. 1 . . . Baltimore, Md. 2 . . . Norfolk, Va. 3 . . . Richmond, Va. I . . . Richmond, Va. I . Chattanooga, Tenn. l . . Jacksonville, Fla. 1 . . Asheville, N. C. 2 . Great Neck, N. Y. I'B0l UNDERGRADUATES IN THE COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES DAVID BATES TENNEY . . WILLIAM HAROLD TERRY, JR. CHARLES ROACH THOMAS, JR. LESTER THOMAS .... WILLIAM N. THOMAS, JR. BENJAMIN C. THOMPSON, JR. CHARLES DANIEL THOMPSON FRANK A. THOMPSON III . JOEL EDGAR THOMPSON . EVERETT DAVID THORNER EDWARD NICPIOLS THROOP LEONARD RUSSELL TICE . EDMUND FILLMORE TIGER, JR, EVON GARDINER TILL, JR. . DAVID FRANKLIN TILLMAN JOHN BRADFORD TILLSON . JOI-IN EDWARD TILTON . . HOWARD BROWN TINGUE . DAVID TODD ..... ELIAS LAKE TOLBERT . . BERNARD GAYLORD TOLK . ROBERT W. TOMLIN . . JAMES WILSON TOWLER . WILLIAM Tl-IERIT TOWLIES CAMPBELL TOWNSEND . . HARRY LEWIS TRAMBITZKY ANTHONY G. TRAMONTE . JOHN MACKEY TRAPNELL, JR. RICHARD W. TRAPNELL III . JAMES EDWIN TRAVIS . . HENRY A. TREDWELL, JR. WALLACE D. TREVILLIAN . WILLIAM R, TRIGG III . . CHARLES H. TRIPLETT III TEMPLE DAWSON TRIPPE PHILIP COCKE TROUT . . BEVERLEY R. TUCKER, JR. WILLIAM M. TUNSTALL, JR. . ELEERT THATCHER TURNER . FRANK EDWARD TURNER . HOWARD TURNER .... HOWARD SHAW TUTHILL, JR. JAY WILLIAM TUXFORD . ROGER BAILEY TYLER . . GODFREY WADDELL UPDIKE . ROBERT IRVING UPSHUR. AUGUST CARL VALENTIN, JR. WILLIAM VALLENTIN . . WILLIAM R. VAN LOAN . LESTER VAN MIDDLESWORTH 1 . . Wollastoii, Mass. 1 . . Memphis, Tenn. I . . Lynchburg, Va. I . . SpringlIcld, Mass. 1 . . Annapolis, Md. 1 . . St. Paul, Minn. 2 . . . Oakton, Va. 2 . . . Ferguson, Mo. I . . . Richmond, Va. I . . Arverne, N, Y. 2 . . Shanghai, China I . New Haven, Conn. 3 . . Alexandria, Va. 1 . . . Hammond, La. 3 . . Riderwood, Md. 2 . New Bedford, Mass. 1 Mount Vernon, N. Y. I . . New York, N. Y. 3 South Lincoln, Mass. 2 . . . CulpepeI', Va. I . . Brooklyn, N. Y. 3 . . Alexandria, Va. I . . . Chatham, Va. I . . . Roanoke, Va. I Glen Head, L.I., N.Y, I . . Bayonne, N. J. 3 . Charlottesville, Va. 2Charles Town, W. Va. 1 . Bayside, L.I., N.Y. 1 . . . Lexington, Va. 2 . . Brooklyn, N. Y. I . Charlottesville, Va. I . . . Richmond, Va. 1 . . Pine Bluff, Ark. 1 . South Orange, N. J. 3 . . . Roanoke, Va. 1 . . . Richmond, Va. 2 . . Lovingston, Va. 3 . . . Fincastle, Va. 2 . . . Fincastle, Va. 7 East Falls Church, Va. 2 . . Marlboro, N. Y. I . . Wollastoii, Mass. 2 . . Brookline, Mass. 3 . Charlottesville, Va. 1 . . . Sumter, S, C. 2 . . Philadelphia, Pa. 2 . . Philadelphia, Pa. 1 . . Noroton, Conn. 1 . . Alexandria, Va. ISII LEE BAIICOGK VAUCDHN . ALBERT CECIL VIA. . . HARRISON W. VICKIIRS III BURTON DAVID VIGDOR . CHARLES HENRY VOSSLER CHARLES D. WADSWORTFI, JR. THEA TRIMIER WAINWRIGIIT JAMES BERNARD WAKEFIELD . JOHN RICHARD WALCOTT . HARRY MAPP WALKER . . JOHN WICKLIIPIIE WALLER CHAD WALSH ..... DONALD SHAPERO WALTERS . FREEMAN FLOYD WALTON JOHN WILLIAM WALTE . CIIARLES SERGEON WARD FRANCIS MARION WARD . NEWELL JUBE WARD . . PALMER ACUPE WARE . . THOMAS ROANE WARINLI, JR. HENRY LUKE WARNER, JR. ALLAN BEVIER WARREN, JR. CHARLES KIRK WARREN . MILLARD F. WARRICK, JR.:lJ . ANDREW J, LIVICK WASKEY . BENJAMIN GARRETT WATKINS ROBERT NELSON WATMANT . JOHN GOEEEL WATSON . JAMES DOUGLAS WATT . . RAE FOREES WATTS, JR. . ROBERT C. WATTS, JR. . BERTRAM WEAL, JR. . . DONALD OWEN WEBB . . JAMES GUY WEDDLE, JR.'l' WILLIAM RAWLE WEEKS II . CARTER BYRD WEISIGER . BERTRAM DAVID WEISS . . STANLEY MARVIN WEISS . LANDON CARTER WELLFORD . RICHARD MARSHALL WELLING HORACE GILMER WELLS . CHARLES ELLIOTT WHEELER CHARLES SMITH WHEELIER . HARRY WAGNER WHEELER . ALLEN NEVE WHITE, JR. . CHARLES BRUYN WHITE . JAMES GARRETT WHITE III . WALTER MOTLEY WHITE, JR. EDWIN WHITEHEAD. . . THOMAS BRYNE WHITESIDE West Hartford, CoIIn. . . . Roanoke, Va. . . Chestertown, Md. . Cedarhurst, N. Y. . . Keyser, W, Va. Pelham Manor, N. Y. . . . Yorktown, Va. . . .LouiSville, . . . Chatham, Va. . . . Bayford, Va . . The Plains, Va. . . . .Marion, Va . Charlottesville, Va . Charlottesville, Va, . . . Baltimore, Md. . WaSlIiIIgtoII, D. C. . . Fort Smith, Ark . Easthampton, N. Y . . . Staunton, Va. . . Memphis, Tenn. . . . Warsaw, Va . . University, Va . Three Oaks, Mich. . . . Norfolk, Va . South BoStoII, Va . .. . Danville, Va . . . Bayonne, N. J . . . . Easton, Md . . . Lancaster, Pa . . Mineola, N. Y . . Lynchburg, Va . . New York, N. Y . Lawrenceville, Va . . Portsmouth, Va. . Chattanooga, Tenn . . . .Miami, Fla . . Arverne, N, Y . . Coatesville, Pa . . Wilmington, Del . .Charlotte, N. C . . . Louisville, Ky . . . . Easton, Md . . New York, N. Y . Charlottesville, Va . . University, Va . . Englewood, N. J . Charlottesville, Va . Rocky Mount, Va . . New York, N. Y . Chattanooga, Tcnn 1 9 3 7 Ky. O RKS AND CURLS UNDERGRADUATES ROBERT FORTESQUE WHITTLE EDWARD B. WICKES, JR. . WALTER F. WICKES, JR. . HOWARD EDWARD WIENER FREDERICK G. WIKANDER . BEVERLY NELSON WILCOX LAWRENCE CHANDLER WILD JOHN JUDSON WILDE . . ROBERT MICHAEL WILDE . EDWARD BYERLEY WILKINS . MILTON SNELL WILKINSON . WILI.IAM G. WILLCOX II . CHARLES W. WILLEVER, JR. . ARMISTEAD D. WILLIAMS . CARRINGTON WLLIAMS, JR. FLOYD WILLIAMS .... HADLEY BERNARD WILLIAMS HARRY HARVEY WILLIAMS JOHN CHARLES WILLIAMS, JR. RICHARD A. WILLIAMS . . ROBERT WOODS WILLIAMS CHARLES R. WILLIAMSON . GEORGE WILLIS .... JOHN MORRIS WILLIS . . CHARLES F. WILSON, JR. . JAMES HOGE TYLER WILSON RALPH C. WILSON, JR. . . JOHN DAVIS WINGEIELD1' . PERONNEAU BROWN WINGO HERBERT SIMON WINOKUR JAMES BURKETT WINSTEAD JOI-IN WARNER WINTHROP ARNOLD FRED WIRFEL . . PETER M. WOLFE . . D' HAROLD BIRCRHEAD . . . GUILLERMO A. DE ROUX . FRANCIS ALBERT HARPER . JOHN BRACKSTON HUNDLEY . MICHAEL OSWALD JENKINS, JR.1 SAMUEL SLOAN JENKINS . CLARKE DAVIS MANN . . . 2 1 . . Petersburg, Va. 1 . . Jacksonville, Fla. 1 .BrooklandVillc, Md. 1 . Cedarhurst, N. Y. 1 . . . Pittsburgh, Pa. 1 . . . Evanston, Ill. 1 . . Coronado, Calif. 2 . Wliite Plains, N. Y. 1 . . Sioux City, Iowa 3 . . Turbeville, Va. 3North Arlington, N. J. 2 . . New York, N. Y. 4 . . Elizabeth, N. J. 3 . . . Richmond, Va. 2 , . . Richmond, Va. 3 . . Fort Lyon, Colo. 2 . New Haven, Conn. 1 . . Nashua, N. H. 3 . . . Staunton, Va. . . Red Hill, Va. 1 . Chevy Chase, Md. 1 . 3 . . Lebanon, Tenn. 1 . Cape Charles, Va. 4 . . . Culpeper, Va. 2 . Washington, D. C. East Radford, Va. 1 . . .Detroit, Mich, 2 . . Richmond, Va. 3 . . 2 . . . Richmond, Va. 1 . . Philadelphia, Pa. 2 . . . Baltimore, Md. 2 . . .Haverford, Pa. 1 . . New York, N. Y. Portsmouth, Va. JACOB HYMAN ZISKIND 1.. SPECIAL . . University, Va 3Panama City, Panama 1 . . . Paris, France 1 . . Boone Mill, Va. . . . Florence, Italy 1 . . . Florence, Italy 1 . Charlottesville, Va. IN THE COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES ROBERT KAY WOLT2. . CHARLES FRED WONSON GEORGE SHAFFER WOOD, JR. JOHN CLINTON WOOD . REGINALD MARVIN WOOD . . WILEY WALTER WOOD, JR. . JOHN WILSON WOOIJARD . . BARTRAM HAINES WOODRUFF FRANCIS SHIELDS WOODS . . RICHARD CAMERON WOODS . THOMPSON B. WOODS, JR.. CHARLES E. WOODSON, JR. . BURTON M. WOODWARD . . HARRY E. WOODWARD, JR. . PICHEGRU WOOLFOLK, JR, . EDWIN PRYOR WORMINGTON . WILLIAM C. WORTHINGTON . CECIL JOHNSTON WRIGHT, JR. HARRY WRIGHT II .... MORTON MCDOWELL WRIGHT WILLIAM BLYTHE WRIGHT, JR. CHARLES R. WYCKOFF, JR. . EVAN MCLEOD WYLIE . . . ROBERT FRANKLIN WYNE . THOMAS SPOTSWOOD YANCEY EDWIN A. YANDELL, JR. . . HAROLD TAYLOR YATESH: HAROLD STANLEY YOOD EUGENE YORKOFF . . CARSON LESLIE YOUNG . PAUL ROSCOE YOUNG . WILLIAM H. P. YOUNGW . . RENARD ZACCARDI . . NICHOLAS ZERNOW . . 3 . . Portsmouth, Va. STUDENTS SARKIS MIGUEL MUDAEORT . GASPAR R. PACHECO . . . TROVILLO GEIL RHODES, JR. . JARED LANE ROLSTON . . . PEYTON C. G. SHORT . . . CHARLES STAHLER, JR. . . . EDWARD LINWOOD TURNER . MICHAEL E. M. WHEAT . . 2 . . University, Va. I82I . . . Salem, Va. . . Staunton, Va. . Lakehurst, N. J. Oakwood Hts. N.Y, . University, Va. . . Norfolk, Va. South Orange, N. J. . Elizabeth, N. J. . . Albany, N. Y. . Bronxville, N, Y. South Norfolk, Va. North Carden, Va. Newtonville, Mass. . . Richmond, Va. . . Baltimore, Md. . . Norfolk, Va. . Sweet Briar, Va. . Waynesboro, Va. Mexico City, Mexico . . Savannah, Ga. . . Arlington, Va. . Scarsdale, N, Y. . Ridgewood, N. J. Charlottesville, Va. . . Tulsa, Okla. . . Waban, Mass. . University, Va. . Plainfield, N. J. Charlottesville, Va. Charlottesville, Va. . Cobleskill, N. Y, . . Richmond, Va. . Crestwood, N. Y. . Vineland, N. J. . Santurce, P, R. Panama City, Panama . . Broadway, Va. . Alexandria, Va. Charlottesville, Va. . Fort Plain, N. Y. Clifton Forge, Va. i831 ,,,. ,,,, ...,...,-,.. f...v,.. ft -.-,-w- ,J'?"E5!H ..-W ..- - ,A---"'f" "" """'1R.'!2'EEl IVERSITY CF VIRGI IA 5- .nf In U fl 2 WIIII W COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES SECOND TERM ,Session of 1936-1937 fGl1e . following students, having passed in the preceding term on all courses taken, aggregating not less than five, with an average grade on all courses of at least eighty-fue per cent, are placed on the 'Dean's List of DISTINGUISHED STUDENTS ADRAIIAMSIEN. KARL svnnnz Amns. nAI.s1'on IIEIIERLING ADELMAN. I.zwIs ARCHER, Jann STANARD, Jn. Anmsvnnu. FONTAINE cA'rnsnv ARMISTEAD. GEDRGE cI.Av'ron. Jn. Arnxnson. WILLIAM nnucnuss AvI.on. Jenn IIAMII.-ron nAcon. -rIIoMAs nuwnnn IIAII.Ifv. Jnnns nnnnv IJAIN, IAMES nnirron I'IAI.CII. FRANKLIN IIEAYITT nAnnAn. smnnv Jmssrt DATES, 1IAnnv r:I.Ann. Jn. IIATIES. Jonn nAvIs nnugn, Jonn I.AwnzNcI: IIAUM. NEWIIIAN N. uAvI.nss. cIIAnI.ns nIrII,o nnnn. niannn-rII IIENRV nvcnnmcr. PRIIITII FAITOUTE IIENHDUCR. ICI-IGIINE ,IUSHPII IIERLIN. GIIRALD ASIIER IxI4nnAnn. nIcIIAnn nvznson nrannnn. IJIQNJAJIIN WALTER IIICISIIITV. l'lORI'IR'I' IHIUCH nInNIavm.II. nnnvvniav Imnnnn Iuvins. AI.IaxANIII:n Jncvnrznv I'II.Il.IlCK. ILXVID GRAIIAXI IILOORIICR. RICHARD RUITIER BIJJUHIIR, ROBERT UIJIVER nnvnin. Iznwnnn cnnninnron. Jn. IIIIASIIIAIAN. sIIIIII.Iiv nnooxs IInI-rrnn. nov JnIIn nmmv. nnIII:n'r n.IvIIJ nnmvx, nnniznr I.INIIAI.It IInuwN, wII.I,I.IsI IzAnIIAI,I, nnx'Ax,1IJmIAs I-Incnnnv. Jn. IIIIYANT. AII'rIJIIn IIIannItn'If. Jn. Iwcnnicn, wAI.'rnn cAI'I'III'. I'.unIcNIz JInAn. IR! cAI.IvIvIII,I,. I:AIII.It GARNIES cAI,IIuun, Jnnn Inunnnss cAI.I..xIvAY. IzLIm1:NE. Jn. CAI'I.IN.MOR'rIXlI1K JI.xxwI:I.I. CARTER. I'nNnoI. PERRY CAn'rnII, nnnrinr cnss. IIII.I.AIIn CIIAIfIIIc. Josnr-II BRYAN. Jn. cmznnv. Jlxsins nowLlNG cIIIusr1AN, unnnnrt LIJ5WlZI.I.YN cI.Annn. nonnnr FULTON - cI.Av. 'rIIoIIIAs cAnol.IN cI.nvIaI.AND. FRIED nIIwAnD. IR- coc.nII.I.. EVIIRETT cousxni comin. nnnMAN PAUI. , comin. SIDNIW wII.I.IAM c0I.I.nv. AI.nnn nonnon, Jn. cnI.vIN, nor!! JULIUS - CORDIJIZ, 'rIIuMA5 IIowAnn connv. Gnonnn Il, cnnnnzw.. WALTER I1nANcIs coxn. IJAVIIJ nusrl. Jn. CRAFT, WILLIAM noIJIznT Lu. JR, CRUTCIIl'IEI.D. JAMES ARTHUR. IR. Isnvrcnron-r. IIAnnIs nunnuss. Jn. DAVIS, cIIAnI.Ias rmzn rIAvIs, IIICRIIERT nzvzn. Jn. DAVIS, NURMAN nAvIs. wII.I.IAM ASIIIIY DAYTON. LANG n'nI,1A, Jusnvn PETER INSAUSSURII. RICHARD LAURZNSII J.I:vnnI.rc. Incnnv rnicn nIunI.II. nonnnr mans IIICKINSQN. wILI.IAM Annnzw mxannn. IIIIn1nAsI nmcs. nnnnnnn JAMES nII,I.nn, noonwin ARMSTRONG nINuI.IImnn. nAvIIonn cAnJ,vI.!. nnnnyn. nnnnnr TAIT nnnvnn. EDWARD msn DUNIIAIII. wII.I.IAn EDWIN, Jn, IWI-ZR. rcnwnnn nvAn1'. Jn. EIIERLY. RALPH DUNRAR ncIIoI.s, JoIIn mnnn , nnwnnns. IIRNEST PRESTON IIIIIIICII. IIIQNJAIIIIN IIECKER IIISLIERJ IIliRIIEll'I" IaI.nINs. STEPIIEN nnnron IISTH5, HAROLD IIHRNDON I'AI.I.liRT. ROIIICRT IOIIN FAIKIU-LII, EUGENE MARX rnnnusun. C0nNIiI.IIJs GUY. JR. I'II1LII. HENRY IIARD FINLAY. I1I3WAIlD.JII. I'InrIaI.. SAUI. IRA FURIY, WILLIAM GATES I'0Il'I'UNOI'I'. IIANIIIL 'IRORGI5 rnwI.xIas. rIIonAs cAnrIcn lfUI.I.EII. JACK cI.AI'roN GAINES. WILLIAM IIARRISA IR. GAMMUN. IIIINSUN EDWARD c:AnI,Ann. IwoNAI.n n.nAIa GIEPIIART. JOHN IIAnsIIAI,I. mnson. nAvIIv JAnI:snn mnsnn. IfnAnnJ.IN swlrr, II fIII.IIIiRT. RICHARD ALSDF c.II.es, nnnnnr JIAnnIslJn, Jn. JR. R. GILIIISUN. WILLIAM NATIIAN cII.nnn. WEIR uun1-on. Jn. sonrmn. cIIAnI,Ias Mfxnmsn conuun, nAnIIunN vnAncIs Gnnvns. rAuI. cII.I.nsrIIs cnAv, EDWARD IRVINIC cnnzn. BERNARD JUl.IAN cnxtnnii, nvnon I.AwnnncIz cnxrnn, nnvm nunron. Jn. nuv, Jann unnnv. Jn. IIAINISS. INNES connnu. IIALLIC. ROGER JOSIIVII Jinniuon. nAnInI. IIEVWARD. Jn. IIAMLIN, cnnnucs rnAnnI.In Ilnncocn. Mnns I'A'r1'r:son nnnnlson. DAVID AI.nxAnnItn. III nnnvnv. AUDREV nnrun, Jn. IJAvI:s. wAvI.AnI:I Jncnson. Jn. mcInIrsII. nznncn MEANS. Jn. IIIcNuIansoN. Isnununn mxzu. IInNIJnIcns.w1I.I.Is nInnnInAn nnnnv, Jann 'roI.An IIIcnsI.I:v. nnrzcn vIcnI.AINn mann. sxzvsmun IIII,unII. nIcIIAnIJ I'IIII.II' IIoIIAcn, wII.I.IAIn wvA1'-r Imncmtn. I'nI:nIsnIc wII.I.IAM. Jn. IIoI.I.InuIan. IJENJAMIN I'nANnI.In IIUIJSL EIIWIN EMANUIIL. IR. IIUIJT, YUILLII. JR. novnrns. JAcn IIAnnv IIIIMII, Jonn nnnunn nunnis, Jn. nu-r1-I-:n. EDWIN cxInIs'rIAn InvInI.. Inman. Jn. JACOII, nonlcnr CLARKE. Jn. Jnmzn, Jonn IIunnoIJnIIs Jnnsnn. wII.I,IAsI I-'nnIIInAnn. Jn. Jonucs. IIIInIIIIn'r VINCENT. Jn. Junclin, Monmn I Jusrls. wII.I.IAII vnnnon -rnnnvns KANII. 1'IIonAs nrsnnv. Jn. KAPLAN, nnonon MELVIN KATZ. JAcoII l'lI'S'l'IiIN xA1'z. nAI.cuI.xI nnrznnnnnc. III:nIInn'r Mravnn xI1:ssI.Itn. JOSIIPII nine. IIIINJAJIIN ADAMS nxnn, cI,AnIINcn ICARI.. Jn. KING, TIIUMA5 CUIIIL IR. XINSHY. IIIINJAJIIN 1IIononooI:.Jn. ninn. wII.I.IAn wIIITI'IItJ.n. Jn. xI.osn, cuN'rIJnn nnnnrmx noonrz. wIJ.I.IAM wII.son nnAIIs1IAAn. Jann I.onAn I.AnnIN. THOMAS nnnnnnn. Jn. Lnwnzncz. nrcnnnrlx s'ruAn'r I.AzI:nIIv. nnnncvs .I..I'on-r I.nAnv. TIIoJIAs IIAUGIITON I.IcnIcnI:n. nIcIIAnn ARTHUR LHB. I.AwnnNcn, Jn, LEIIMAN. CARL IIIENRV LIEVV. ,IICSSH WILLIAM J.IcwIs, nAvIn nnnnv. Jn. I.nwIs. JASPER rIInI.I-s I.InIIowI'rz. sInI.vIn Lrsnnv. cIIAnI.ns nnwron Lonn. nnnnv nJcIIAnn I.nwnAncI4. nnnsrnn nnoons Lunsvonn, I.InwooIJ nvnnzrr necI.IzI.I.Ann. Jnnns nnucn. III McCONNI6LI.. GLVNN PERRIN nfcnnznv. I1DIVARDl'RINCE.JR, mrmnlm., sA.IIunI. nAnsIIAI.I.. Jn. ngmnn, cIIAnI.Ias nnwnnn. Jn. MrLAREN, EVIERHTT GICRARD MAI.oNI:. rJIII.JI- RAI,I"ll IIIANAIIAN. JoyIN EACDTT JJANGIIAM. cIIAnI.Ias Am.Ev MANIRE. JAMES MHJONNIILL nnnn, Dnvm vvn Mnnmcn. nAxwzI.I. Jnnonl! Mnnnowrrz, IIonAI,n IIAVID I-IAIISIIALL. DAVID IIARIIYDT MAnsIIAI.I.. Imnnv 'rAvI.on. Jn. nAnrIN. cI.Ann ocnzn MARTIN. nncnn nnonv. Jn. mnson. MAI.coI.sI wen MAssm,I.. cIIAnI.I:s nAI.rII MASSIIE. JULIJIN IIIENNETT, Jn. MEAD. nnnnsr cAsIrnI:I.I., Jn. I-IENOFYJ ARTHUR Mnncnnn-r. wAI.'rnn IIIJLMUTII IIIIEVER, AI,I-nonsn nnnnnn, Jn. nnvnn. I'nANn CIIARLICS InmuI.n'ron. IaI.I.Is snicnn, Jn, MIJ.ns. cnonnn swmcnnr MII.I.Izn. GARNET IInI.nw nII1'cIInI.I.. cIIAnI.ns ronrnn. Jn. MI-rcIInI.I., DANA covmn-ron, Jn. Jmnu-Anun. wII.I.IAn nIcIIAnn Moons, I:nwAnn Locnwaon noonn. nussram. LAMAR nmnms. Jonn nIcIIAnn. Jn. Monnison. Roman wII.I.IAII ness. JAMES Mnncnn JIunIII.IIAusIt. CARL omvnn AIuI.I.nn. nnwnnn nunnnz Inunnnv, Jonn nnnncis x. wIvAn. SAM A.. Jn. Mvzns. nnAnnI.In cuv osncnnn. MATTHEW FONTAINE UUIRAY nnnocn. nmoncn An'rIIun. Jn. PAGE, wxnvnnor nAnDoI,PII I-Annan, nnwxn rnnnson. III nAnno'r'r. IIAnoI.n svnvnsrnn rnvnz. 'rIIonAs CLARK. Jn. nnnI.INsnI. JuI.Ius ALFRED nnnnv. MAnvIN IIANns. Jn. PIETSCII, ANDREW JAcnson l'0Ll.ARD. WILLIAM DAVID I-ownI.I,. cIIAnI.us FREDERICK I'nAI.I.. nonnnr cooI.nv rnnsron, nom-:nr slmrrnv. Jn, runnun, nonnnr znwnnu Ll!! Punnun. WILLIAM 'rnonns nAIcIII.nN. nI::IIAnn ADRIAN nAwI.ns. ROIIERT IIIJLI. n.nAvIn. Louis Ifnux nnnsn. nnoncz IIAnnAn. Jn. nmsrnn. nonnnr ADAM nI:vnoI.ns. nonzn-r MII.I.nn nnvnonns, WALKER, Jn. nnrun. FRANCIS IIAYARD nIzI.v. Jonn wILI.IAM nmcs. JAcn nnvnouas noI.I.Izn. rnonns Anrnln nosnn. MII.ron JAv RUl'I'IN.S1DNEV MATTIIEWS nusII. nAI.I-II Aunusrus nussnI,I,. nAI.cm.M WILLIAM sAnI.oN. JoIIn cnonnz SALMOWITZ. GILBERT SALPICTIIR. nun-ron men SAWVHRS. TIIUIIIA5 IIRCRIZRY scunmcrfnnn. sAMuIcL Junion scunnnn. IucIIAnn M. scnnnmizn. cIIAnI.Ias vnznnnlcn scIInnI.L. snvnoun scIIoNIfnI.n. ALVIN sIInvvIIII.n. wII.I.IAn nnnnv SIIIZLIIURNB. unoncn rnnnnl. SIIEl.I.MAN. WILLIAM FEAV, Jn. SIIULMAN. LEWIS IIonn'rIIAI. SIEOIGL. IIERNARIJ RANDOLPH sncnnit. STANLEY STUART sxnnzn. nnnrxn nIcIIAnn DAVIS sunrnn. Inwm II. snrrn, czoncn nnvnn. Jn. snmx, McCAIN snouzn. onuncn nnnnnnn snoor, cIIAnI.ns nun souns, cJIAnI.us Lnnns , sI-AuI.nInc. noIJI:n'r Lu. Jn. SPINNLEH. nnnnv nounnr STADIJEYURD. LOUIS 'rnAn'rzn srnnnnorr. FREDERICK nonnnr STEVENS, RUSSELL unnnnonn s1-InNIt1'r. I'nAnn DILLARD, Jn. s'rnANn, Joun SLIIARP s-rnnusn. MAURICE LEON, Jn. srnnuss. ANSELM LEONARD STRAUSS. rznmnnnn ncnnnr TANKMSLEV, nouznr mnxnnzv 'rIIoMAs. cIIAnI,ns RDACII. Jn. 'rIIoMAs, wII.I,JAJI NATIIANIBL. Jn. 'I'IInoov. znwnnn NIcIIoLs 'rII.J,. Itvon GARDINERI Jn, -roIvI.Ies. WILLIAM -rnznrr 'rnArnzLI.. JoIIn mennv. Jn. 'rnArnnI.I.. nIcIIAnn wA'rnINs. HI 1-nmn. WILLIAM nonnnrson, III 'rnn-I.It1"r. cIIAnI.ns mtcmn, In 1-unnnuu.. KNOX TURNER. nnmcnr TIIATCIIER 'rurIIII.I.. IIowAnn sIIAw. Jn. unmnn. convnnv wAnnzLL ursnun. nonnnn Invxnr. vnnI'I,ANcn, wII.I,IAM SAMUIJL. Jn. wAI.I.nn, Joun wIcnI.IrI'n. Jn. wnnn. cIIAnI.ns snncnon WARE. I'AI.nnn ACUFF WARREN. AI.I.An nnvxnn. Jn. wAnnIcn, MII.J,Ann rII.I.MonE. Jn. wnrs. nonnnr CRENSHAW. Jn. wnxss, nnnrnnu DAVID wnI.cII. vAvIn cnnnon wIzI.I.InG. nIcIIAnn MAnsIIAI.L WIIITTLIC. nonnnr YORTESCUE IVIENER. IIOWARD EDWARD wII.nIns. I:uwAnn IIvnnI.uv wII.I.IAsIs. cnnnxnn-ron. Jn. WILLIAMS. nnnnn DEANE. Jn. wII.I.IAnson. cIIAnI.ns nnnnv 'wInnvInI.u. Jonn DAVIS WINOKUR, IIERIIERT SIMON WINTIIROV. JOHN WARNER WOOD. WILEY WALTER, IR. WOUDSON. BLAKE IIAKER WODLFOLK. FICIIEGRUI IR. WRIGHT. WILLIAM IILVTIIEI JR. YANCEV, THOMAS SPUTSWUODU YOOD. HAROLD STANLEY YORKOPF. EUGENE YOUNG, WILLIAM HENRY PALMER ZISKIND, JACOB IIYIIIAN lu mm nmn. umm DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION 1 9 3 7 CORKS AND CURLS GRADUATING CLASS OF THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Top Row: BARBARA BAILEY Virginia Playersg Kappa Delta GRACE BEHRENS B.S. in Nursing Education MARION AGNEW CAMPBELL Kappa Delta MARTHA CAMPBELL COULTER LMARY SHEPHERD GRISSINGER B.S. in Nursing Education l86l Bottom Row: JAMES E. I-IOOENAOLE DOROTHY ANNE MAYO Kappa Delta PAULINE AUDREY RHODES ADELAIDE SAUNDERS JOSEPH H, SETTLE, JR. Football, '32g President of the Education Depart ment, '36337 F. R. WOOD MAMIE GILLS BELL . . CHARLES EDWARD BING . BERTHA BROCKENBROUGI-I . MARION SHERWOOD BROOKS . K. CLYDE Cox ..... MARGARET RUTH ALFORD . BENNIE VENSON AYLOR . CHARLIE PARKS BAKER . . NORMAN STARR BEATON, JR. VIRGINIA FRANKLIN BOLEN . MILDRED TURNER BOULDIN . NINA HOLT BRADSHAW . . MARIE VIRGINIA BRYHN . ELLEN HURT COLEMAN . . SARAH NORELEET DAUGHTRIEY VIOLA DIANA DOvEL . . . VIRGINIA EARLE . . . NATALIB HOLT ELLIOTT . CORNELIA PRINCE FRIEND . JAMES MOSES GRAINGER, JR. LELIA ALICE GRAINGER . . CLIFTON ALBERT GRISSO . MARY ELIZABETH HAWKINS . THERESE NATALIIZ HEID . GORDON HIGGINS . . . ANNE LYDIA HOLSINGER . RUTH WALLACE HOOPER . CAROLYN MORRISON JONES . WILLIAM WHITMORE JONES . ELIZABETH M. KAUFMAN . WILLIAM EAOER KELLY . MARY PINKERTON KERR . . OTHER GRADUATES . . Cobham, Va Free Union, Va . . Charlottesville, Va University, Va DOROTHY PUGI-I MARTIN . AGNES GAY RAMSEY . SIDNEY C. REICHMAN . EMMA F. SWINDLIER . . ALBERT ALAN ROGERS . UNDERGRADUATES . Buffalo, N. Y. . . Aylor, Va . Big Island, Va . . Boykins, Va Culpeper, Va Charlottesville, Va . Richmond, Va Williamsburg, Va University, Va . . . University, Va Charlottesville, Va Richmond, Va University, Va . Petersburg, Va . Farmville, Va . Farmville, Va . Roanoke, Va Clifton Forge, Va . . Keswick, Va . Auburn, Me . . Edom, Va . Covington, Va University, Va . WeStHeld, N. J . University, Va . . Bristol, Va University, Va ALBON WAVERLY YOWELL E871 KATHRYN PATTERSON KINNEY ELINOR LUPTON ..... ROBERT JAMES MANN . . HARRY SHEPPARD MARTIN . MARY ELIZABETH MINOR . WILLIAM ROLAND OLIVER . ROBERT SEPTIMUS PAGE, JR. . ELIZABETH MARION PARR . ERNEST HARRIS PUCKIETT . NANCY RUTH RAMSEY . RUBY ELIZABETH RAMSEY . JOHN EVERETT REMSBURG . ANNA MAY ROSENBLATT . ALBERT STUART RUBIN . . ARMISTEAD FONTAINE SELDEN MARGARET BERKELEY SIMPSON KATHERINE ELISE SMITH . CLAUDE TAYLOR STONE . . KATHLEEN TATE. . . MARY LOUISE TROUT . EMMA KING TUCRER . . DORA MERRILL VEALE . . LILLIAM DROPRIN WEBER . . GEORGE GARLAND WILSON, JR. . JAMES LOGAN WRIGHT . . . JO WRIGHT .... . LUNDY ARTHUR WRIGHT . , , . . Madison, Va. . . .Croz.et, Charlottesville, Charlottesville, Charlottesville, Charlottesville, North Garden, Charlottesville, Charlottesville, North Garden, . . . . Troy, . .Amherst, . . . Faber, Charlottesville, Charlottesville, . Round Hill, . Portsmouth, . Danville, . University, . .UniverSity, . Springwood, . Ridgeway, . Lebanon, . Narrows, . University, . . Turin, . University, . .Radforcl, . East Radford, Charlottesville, . . . Haysi, 1 9 3 7 I881 J. LESLIE STIPE DEPARTMENT OF ENGINEERING I OFFICERS J. LESLIE STIPE . . . . President DONALD L. FITZHUGH . . . VicefPvesidem GEORGE FORSYTH . . . . Secretary RALPH FEIL . . Treasurer JESSE STOCKER . Historian rasu 1 9 3 7 CORKS AND CURLS Top Row FREDERICK MARTIN BELMORE Alpha Chi Siginng Phi Bela Kappa: Raven Society: llll8l'IllClllZ.l.l.O Honors: A. 1. Cl-1. IC.: B.S. in lcllgl- nearing. WILLIAM EVERETT CALDWELL, JR. Theta Tau: A. I. Cll. ld.: B.S. ln Chemical ldnglneeriug. ROBERT CRAIG CARRICK ClIi Phi: 'l'rlgOn: Avlutlon Club: Gliding Club: Rezul- cI' Club: l3.S. 1II l'IIIg1IIeeI'ln1.:: 'l'I'0:IsuI'0I' O1' 141111.21- Deering School, 1932-1933: A. S. M. E., Sem-I-euII'y und fl.'l'6ilHLll'0l', 1933-1931: Vlt'0-l'1'0HldCllt, 1931-1935: D Ircsident, 1935-1936: 'l'I'0llSlll'0l' Oi' the linpzixicering School Council, 1935-1936. MORRIS S. CLARK, JR. Kuppu Alphu: A. 1. IG. l'I.: Avlullun Club: IVf.t:klLl0l"S Club: Trigun: 12. S. lu l':ll1.Z'lll0l!l'lTll-f. ROBERT GAMBLE COPPER Thulu 'fillll A. 1. l'I. IG.: H.S. in l':llglll06l'lllg. Bottom Row JOSEPI-I MORELAND COWGILL 'l'hf-tu Tau: Freslunun Basketball, 1931: Varsity Bus- lcetbull, 1935-1936-1937: A. S. C. IC., President: Raven Society: 'Pllll 130111 Pl: V Club: Aviation Club: 141111.51- neorlng News, AS!-10011110 1CLlitOI': B.S. in l'lIlgll'l88l'lllg'. LOUIS S. EHRICK, JR. A. S. M. IC.: Avluliuu Club: l':llH'lllllCl'lllg' News, Busi- ness ll11lll2ll.f0I', 1935-1936: News Editor, 1936-1937: li.S. ln lCIIgiIIeeI'im.':. JAMES A. FALL, JR. A. 1, CH. IG., Secretary, 193-I-1935: VlCC-Pl'BSldG!lll, 1935-1936-1937: llCZll'l0I"S Club. 1936-1937: 13.8. ln Chemical l':llI-Z'll'lt'0l'lIH-I. DONALD LEWIS FITZI-IUOH licln Theta Pl: '1'I'1g'On: Cc:-nuux Club: 'l'. I. 11. K. A.: Imp: V Club: 1nLm'1'I-:Ilornity Council, 1935-1936: l"l'0Hlllllilll lfoolbull und Iiusubzlll: Vursily l".OOtbu1I Squzul, 19311-1935: Varsity Husubull, 1935-1936: Secre- tary of I'II1g'inecI'InI.: School. 1935-1936: Vice-1'I'OsidenL Ot' l':llglIlB0l'lllL'I Schuol, 1936-1937: SecI'et:II'y O13 Grud- unling Clans:-I, 1937.: Ii.S. in l'lIlJ.Tlll00l'llll-I. PAUL W. FITZPATRICK Theta Tau: Glcc Club, 1935-36: A. S. C. IC., Vicc- 1'I'L-sident. 1936-1937: ILS. in Civil l1lllglYlPl5l'llll-Y. GRADUATING CLASS OF THE DEPARTMENT OF ENGINEERING E901 GRADUATING CLASS OF THE DEPARTMENT OF ENGINEERING Top Row Bottom Row GEORGE WILLIAM FORSYTHE Zulu Psi: Skull :tml Keys: GI'I'Il'Hlll Club: Scvi'et:u'y OI' I I I the I'1ngI1wcrim: Sm-Iiuul, IIIZIII-I.l!lT: lrosiduut OI' Tri gllli, lllllli-1937: l'l'cHiIi1'lIl ul' A. I. IC. i'i., iliilti-ISIIIT' 'I':lu Ilulu l'I: II.S. in I'ZngIne0rlnI:. BARTH GILCHRIST 'I'Iu-In 'l':lu: A. S. C. IC., N-4'l'ut:u'y, Itlllt-1935: l'ru:-:- Iclt-nl, IIIIIB-IIIJIIIL 'I'rO:nsu1-I-r Of Iflngim-m'Im.r Svlmul, IIIZILE-19322: I"ug'im-I-rim: Council, 1935-Itlilli: iJUl'IIliiOI'j' Coum-Ilur, I1l!45-IEICIII-IEIZITQ ILS. in Civil I'1l1gI1I0uI'I1Ig JOHN FORSYTHE COBB GLENN Ilcltu I':-ui: P. K.: 'I'rlI.:Ou: Press Club: A. S. ISI. IC.: Illlalllor OIT I'Ing'IncOrlm.5 Nuws, IIIJIII-1937: Student. Smu- :lIc. ltlilli-IIIIIT3 Student Ilniuu. IEIZIG-1937: Student As- :-sembly: ILS. In MI-I-llunlunl Iflngincuriug. PERCY F. HURT 'PIII-Ist 'I'uu: Iiuvvn: 'I':Iu III-lu I'I: Aviation Club lllillm-I' Club, Pruslalm-ul, I!l2l5-IEIII6: A. S. M. IC., Vim-- i'I'0SiIi0IIl, IIIIIS-IUCIG: l'rI-Nlmlu-ul, IEIZIII-1937: ILS. lu Nuglncurlug. ANOELUS A. JANOS ARCHER LEBARON JONES 'I'IIelu 'I':lu: A. S. Ill. IC., x'il'l'-i'I't'Si4il'lli, IIIZIG-1937: Avlzltiou Club: ILS. in I-1nI.:iuuuriu1.:. HIXIXRY KASMQOEE 'l'uu H0111 Pl, SI'I'l'0lul'y: A. I, IG. IG., S1-ul'0t:Il'y: li.S. In i'1III.2'iIIO0I'iIII.'I. AARON MIZROCH Alpha Epsilon I'l: A. I. CII. IG., 'FI-uamsurcr, IUJIIS-12137: Assoviutu Iflmlllm' OI' I'Ilu.:'Iuo0rIng' N1-ws: ILS. in Chum- icul I'Im:iucu1-Ing. GEORGE JONES PORTER 'l'l'ig.:0n: A. S. N. IC.: A. I. IC. IC.: ILS. ill l'ilccIl'iL'ul Iflugl ucurlng. GEORGE DAXVSON PRIESTMAN 'Frigml Society: A. I. CII. IG.: Var:-:ity Iioxlng' Squad 'I'Iu-tu 'I':Iu: A. I. CII. IC.: IIS. In Clleluit-:nl Engi- I'Our yours: ILS. In I'1m.:Ine0rIng. m-oring. E911 1 9 3 7 CORKSAND CURLS I Top Row Bottom Row JOHN TINSLEY RUCKER, JR. HENRY STARR WATTLES, III 'I'IIo1u 'l':uI: 'l'uu lioln I'i: Raven Society: A. I. Cl-I. IC.. 1,4 I,'1'vsiIlenl: l':1lp.L'IllC0l'lIIg' lloum-ll: I3.S. in CllUll'IlLI.ll l4:Ilf,flYl00l'llIg. JoI-IN PENN RUTHERFORD Kappzl Alplm: Tau Hom PI, President, 1936-1937: Vice-Presirlcnl, 1935-1936: 'I'rig'on, SecI'etuI'y, 1934- 1935: A. I. IG. IG., Ifrosidont, 1935-1936: SI-u1'e1zIry 1931-1935: lCIIg'in0eI'im.5 Council: Prosiclont l4:11g'iIIC0I'- Ing Sollool, 1935-1936: Honor Committee, 1935-1936: Raven: lCngi1IueI'ing' News: l'110cLI'icul Plngineering. VINCENT W. STARKE ""S'01lC A. S. C. IC.: B. S. in lCng'inee1'iIIg. JOHN GRAY WHITCOMB 'NIS'-il Ullll u'I'lf.I'Ollf A. T. IG. IC.: O. R. C.: ILS. Ill ICleL'tI'lI:ul l':'IlgIlIG8I'lIlg. 'lflliblil Tau: A. I. IC. IG.: B.S. in lClecl1'icLIl lllngi- necrlng. JAMES S. WILLIAMS 'Phelu 'l'2l.llC A. I. CII. ITT.: Ii.S. III Chemical Engl JAMES LESLIE STIPE nemng. Trlgon: Iiamven Society: A. I. IC. IG.: I-Iislurlan of 1935-1936 Eng'lneeI'lnI: Class: Prcslident of 1936-1937 lllnginecring Class: .l'Ilec1.I'icul ICngiIIOerin1.:'. DAVID ACKSON SWING J LUCIEN DADE WINSTON, III 'Pllela Tau: A. S. M. IC.: Aviation Club: I.i.S. in EYIIJIYIGSIIIIBI- Tlletn Tull: B.S. in CIIEIXIISIVY. GRADUATING CLASS OF THE DEPARTMENT OF ENGINEERING E921 Ti A .' fi'Sif1QQi'n+,. OTHER GRADUATES or' THE DEPARTMENT OF ENGINEERING l HOWARD ROPER DAVIS ROBERT RUDOLPH RUETSC1-11 HUGH EDWARD DONNALLY HENRY BROOKE SOMERVILLE X931 1 9 3 7 CORKS AND CURLS DEAN'S LIST OF DISTINGUISHED STUDENTS For the Fall Term. Session 1936-37 WILLIAM HUGH BACI-IE FREDERICK MARTIN BELMORI3 CHARLES FRANKLIN BILD HUBERT ARTHUR COIT HARRY BRAMWELL COWGILL, JR. JOSEPH MORELAND COWCILL JOHN FRANK ELLIOTT, JR. RALPH WITTEN FEIL JOHN THOMAS FLYTHE GEORGE WILLIAM FORSYTH JOI-IN FORSYTH COBB GLENN CHARLES FLOYD HANCOCK, JR. JAMES WILLARD HERNIDON PERCY FUQUA HURT CARROLL SAMUEL IDEN ARCHER LEBARON JONES WILLIAM BERRIAN HOOI'ER KEPNIER HARRY FORSYTH LANCHORNE JAMES WOODS LAPSLIEY, JR. JOHN KENDRICK MALLARD EDWARD VALENTINE MASON ROIIERT POTTER MOLTEN, JR. MARCEL EUCENE NOON LLOYD THOMAS OLSEN JOHN LAIRD PATTERSON JOSEPH RANDOLPH REYNOLDS, JR. I94I JOHN TINSLEY RUCKER, JR. EDGAR CORNELIUS SHAWEN JAMES LESLIE STIPE JAMES CAMPBELL STRAS JOHN THOMAS WARD DONALD ROBERTSON WEBB ANDREW WEBER HOWARD MILTON WILKERSON JAMES SIMONS WILLIAMS OGDEN EDWARD WILLIS DEPARTMENT OF ENGINEERING THIRD YEAR CLASS NIGEL AKERMAN ....... ALFRED GARNBR ARUNDALE . . ARTHUR WILLIAM BENHAM, JR. . GEORGE KENNETH BROWN . . . JURY YATES BROWN, JR ..... WILLIAM EVERETT CALDWELL, JR. . JOHN THOMPSON CALHOUN . . . ROBERT CRAIG CARRICK .... WILLIAM BENJAMIN CARRUTHERS HARRY BRAMELL COWGILL, JR. . WILLIAM ADDISON DORRIER . . FRANCIS GEORGE DUPONT . JOHN FRANK ELLIOTT . . LYNN FRAZIER FALL . . PETER FERRER, JR. .... . PAUL WILLIAM FITZPATRICK . . WALTER ROYDEN FRANKE .... SAMUEL SCOTT HANSEROUGH . . . WILLIAM BERRIAN HOOPER KIEPNIER HERBERT JOSEPH LANDIS, JR. . . HARRY FORSYTH LANGHORNE . JAMES WOODS LAPSLIEY, JR. . IVEY FORIIMAN LEWIS, JR. . MATTHEW LYON ..... EDWARD VALENTINE MASON . AARON MIZROCH ..... ROBERT POTTER MOLTEN, JR. . ROGER HARSH NEWCOMBER . JOHN OLIVERIO ..... LLOYD THOMAS OLSEN . VERNON QUARLES . . . JOHN MERRITT ROBERTS . . ROBERT RUDOLF RUETSCHI . JESSE JONES STOCKER .... CLEMENT MANLY WADE, JR. . EDWARD DANIEL WILLIAMS . . JOHN ANTHONY WILLIAMSON . . . . . . . . . . . . Univcrsxty, Va. . , Charlottesville, Va. . . Wyomissing, Pa. . . . Arlington, Va. . . Charlottesville, Va. . . Wzlslmington, D. C. . . Charlottesville, Va. . . . Richmond, Va. . . North Fork, Va, . . Paulsboro, N. J. . . Waynesboro, Va. . . Montchanin, Del. . . Charlottesville, Va. . . . Greenville, Va. . . . . Bilbao, Spain . . Waslmington, D. C. . . University, Va. . , WiIIclIcsteI', Va. . . . University, Va. . . East Orange, N. J. . . . . Warren, Va. . . Miller School, Va. . . . University, Va. . . Charlottesville, Va. . . Charlottesville, Va. . . . Norfolk, Va. . . Chcvy Chase, Md. . . . Williainsport, Md. . . Clarksburg, W. Va. . West Hempstead, N. Y. . . Charlottesville, Va. . . Charlottesville, Va. . , . Saltvillc, Va. . . . Hampton, Va. . . Charlottesville, Va. . . . Hampton, Va. . . . . . . . . . Norfolk, Va. SECOND YEAR CLASS LAURENCE ARNOLD ALLEY . . ............ . WILLIAM HUGH BACHE . . . . THOMAS JEFFERSON BARNES III . JOHN RUTHERFOORD BENNETT, JR. . CHARLES FRANKLIN BILD . . . ROBINSON SWEARINGEN BROWN, JR. JAMES THOMAS BURKE .... CHURCHILL CHALKLEY . . . WILSON OVERTON COCHRAN . . HUBERT ARTHUR COIT . . . GRATTAN CATCIIINGS COLVIN . . EDWARD OLIVER Cox ...... JOHN FRANKLIN MILLER DAVISON . . . Schoollleld, Va. . . . . Atlanta, Ga. . . Overbrook Hills, Pal . . . Charleston, S. C. . . . Arlington, Va. . . Harrods Creek, Ky. . . . Earlysville, Va. . . Richmond, Va. . . . . Louisville, Ky. . . . . . . .COlumbia, S. C. . . Jackson Heights, L. I., N. Y. . . . . . Norfolk, Va. . . Edgewood, Pa. I95J 1 9 3 7 CORKS AND CURLS DEPARTMENT HARMAN ANDERSON DINWIDDIE, JR. . ERNEST CHILTON EDWARDS, JR. . . RALPH WITTEN FEIL ,... JOHN THOMAS FLYTHE, JR. . . AMBROSE LANE GARNAND . . . BRADFORD CHAMPION HAMMOND . CHARLES FLOYD HANCOCK, JR. . CHARLES WAGNER HARRISON, JR. . JAMES WILLARD HERNDON . . . CARROLL SAMUEL IDEN . HENRY BELL LAIDLAW . . ROBERT FREDERICK LOOMIS . JOHN KENDRICK MALLARD . PERRIN GEORGE MARCH III . EARL MOSELEY MARTIN . . MORRIS FONTAINE MORAN . . AYERS MORISON ..... THOMAS CALVERT MUSE . . MARCEL EUGENE NOON . . KITTY WINGFIELD O'BRIEN . JOHN JERAULD OWEN .... JOHN LAIRD PATTERSON .... JOSEPH RANDOLPH REYNOLDS, JR. . EDGAR CORNELIUS SHAWEN . . . ALBERT MAURICE SHERWOOD . CHARLES VARNUM SMITH . . ROBERT LEWIS SOLLENBERGER . . RICHARD MARSHALL STAFFORD . . JAMES CAMPBELL STRAS, JR .... WILLIAM ARMISTBAD TOWNES, JR. . CHARLES MANLY WAFF, JR. . . JOHN THOMAS WARD . . . DONALD ROBERTSON WEBB . ANDREW WEBER ..... . HENRY GARTH WHEELER . . .I . . BEVERLEY NELSON WILKERSON, JR. . HOWARD MILTON WILKERSON . . OGDEN EDWARDS WILLIS .... THOMAS PYM WILSON, JR. . FIRST YEAR CLASS JAMES PALMER BALDING, JR. fcancelledj PHILIP STUART BALL, JR ...... HENRY CLEVELAND BARNETT .... CHARLES EMERSON BATCHELDER . FREDERICK GEORGE BENDER . . . EDMUND NORVELL BOSWELL, JR. . DAVID ANDREW BOWERS . . . CLARK WAINWRIGHT BROWNE . . GEORGE CAREY CARPENTER . . HARRIE ELIAS CARPENTER . . STREET CALHOUN CHANDLER . NATHAN HERALD CORMAN, JR. . . OF ENGINEERING Charlottesville, Va. . . . Cohoke, Va. . University, Va. . . Richmond, Va. . . . Rogers, Va. Washington, D. C. . . Upper Darby, Pa. . . Farmville, Va. . . Danville, Va. . . Delaplane, Va. . Plainfield, N. J. . . Waymart, Pa. . . Norfolk, Va. . Cincinnati, Ohio . . Richmond, Va. Charlottesville, Va. . . Baltimore, Md. . . . Proflit, Va. . . Petersburg, Va. Charlottesville, Va. Charlottesville, Va. . . Grottoes, Va. Washington, D. C. . . Arlington, Va. . . . Fairfax, Va. . . Arlington, Va. . Woodstock, Va. . . Summit, N. J. . . Cardinal, Ky. Wilmington, N. C. . . University, Va. . . Norfolk, Va. . Scarsdale, N. Y. . . Keswick, Va. Charlottesville, Va. . . Richmond, Va. Charlottesville, Va. Coalburgh, W. Va. . . .SuifOlk, Va. . Milwaukee, Wis. . Annapolis, Md. . Waynesboro, Va. . University, Va. Charlottesville, Va. . Ridgewood, N. J. . . Richmond, Va. Washington, D. C. . . Pendleton, Va, Charlottesville, Va. . New York, N. Y. . . Woodstock, Va. DEPARTMENT JOSEPH SAMUEL CRAGWALL, JR. . HUGH AYLOR CRIGLER, JR .... RALEIGH HARMON DARNELL, JR. . NOLAND MCKENzIE DOWNS . . EDWIN BURWELL DUNN . . JULIAN FAGAN ...... WILLIAM VICTOR FRANCK, JR. . . ARTURO ENRIQUE GARCIA BIRD . JAMES HARPER POOR GARNETT . ROBERT LOUIS GILLISPIE, JR, . WILLIAM ANDREW GREEN, JR. . JAMES DOUGLAS HAMM . . . CURTIS HOOPES HANNUM . CECIL EDWARD HARDING . . ROBERT LEONARD HARTMAN . ROBERT ARCHER HOBSON, JR. . . ERNEST LEE HOLTZWORTH . . KENNETH HIAWATHA HOOLEY . JOSEPH ALFRED JAFFE . . , ROBERT FRANCIS JONES, JR. . HAROLD GUYLORD KELLEY . . FREDERICK ROGERS KETCHAM . . EDWIN BRUCE LAURIAULT . . LEWIS PHILIP LEIBOWITZ . . . JOHN CRISLER MCCORMACR ..... BENJAMIN HARRISON MCCRACREN, JR. JOSEPH WILSON MCDONALD .... WALTER DOUGLAS MCKEAGUE . . CHESLEY INNES MAHON . . . WENDELL ENDICOTT MALEON- . JOSEPH VERNON MILLER . . . FRANK PATTERSON NICHOLS, JR. . JOHN SERGEANT OPPENHIMER . . STEWART WILLIAM O'REAR . . WILLIAM CARROLL PARSONS, JR. . ALBERT SAMUEL ROBERTS, JR ..... WILLIAM BRUSH SHIPPEN ...... LABON MICHAEL SHOWALTER fcancelledj WILLIAM EDWARD SHUFF ..... JOHN HERBERT SIDEBOTTOM ..... CHARLES TURNER SIzER . EARL STANTON SPIVEY . HARRY GILBERT STAHL . . ROBERT WARREN TENCH . . JERRY LINDSAY THOMAS, JR ..... ARTHUR HORACE TUTHILL . . .i . . CHARLES RUTHEREORD VAN DE CARR . MONROE CARLETON WARREN, JR. . . EDMUND ALLAN WELLINGHOFF . . . GEORGE STANHOPE WIEDEMANN, JR. . RICHARD BURWELL WILLIAMS .... SUMNER BAER WILLIAMS . . ROBERT ROYDEN WILSON . . ROBERT WILKS WINDSOR, JR. . . BDMUND WALTER ZEH . . . OF ENGINEERING I97l . . Cartersville, Va. . Brightwood, Va. . . Keokee, Va. . . Middleburg, Va. . . Halifax, Va. . Baltimore, Md. . . Richmond, Va. . . Fajardo, P. R. Washington, D. C. . Enonville, Va. . Jonesboro, Ark. Charlottesville, Va. Union Mills, Va. . Waynesboro, Va. Charlottesville, Va. . Maplewood, N. J. . . Hampton, Va. . Middletown, Va. . . Norfolk, Va. Charlottesville, Va. . . Athens, Ohio Huntington, N. Y. . . Staunton, Va. . . Norfolk, Va. Forest Hills, Tenn. . . . Frostburg, Md. . . McDonald, Pa. . . Petersburg, Va. . . Louisville, Ky. . . Norfolk, Va. . Philadelphia, Pa. . . Richmond, Va. . . Richmond, Va. . . .Winchester, Va. Cape Charles, Va. . . Cedarhurst, L. I., N. Y. Washington, D. C. Harrisonburg, Va. . . .Pulaski, Va. . Philadelphia, Pa. . . University, Va. South Norfolk, Va. Charlottesville, Va. . Brooklyn, N. Y. . Lynchburg, Va. . . University, Va. . Chillicothe, Ohio Chevy Chase, Md. . . Elmira, N. Y. . . Lexington, Ky. . . Richmond, Va. . . Boston, Mass. . . Orange, N. J. . Wilmington, Del. . . Newark, N. J. 1 9 3 7 1 DUNCAN MCRAE COCKE i l GRADUATING CLASS OF THE DEPARTMENT OF LAW I OFFICERS DUNCAN MCRAE COCKE .... . . Pvesiden: EUGENE WAGER . . . VicefP-reside-fn MEAD PATRICK . . Secretary GRIFF G. BERKELEY . Histovian won 1 9 3 7 CORKS AND CURLS THE DEPARTMENT OF LAW Top Row JOHN MITCHELL WOODS BAOON Phi Kappa Psi: Lambda Pi: Eli Banana: German Club: Quadrllateral Club: College Topics. .ASSOCHUC Editor: Business Staff, Virginia Law Review, 1931. ROBERT EDWARD BANKS, JR. Kappa. Sigma: Lambda Pi: Eli Banana: Interfrater- nity Counvil. . SIGMUND JOSEPH BECK Pi Lambda Phi: Virginia Players: 155-lb. Tnterfra- ternity Boxing' Champion, 1935: 165-lb. Interfrater- nity Boxing Champion, 1936. MARIANNE BELL BS., University ol! Minnesota. GRIFF G. BERKELEY Phi Kappa Psi: Lambda. Pi: T. I. L. K. A.: Z: Gel'- man Club: V Club: President, International Council: I-Ilstorian of Law School: President, Nash Law Club: Ma.naI.:er of Freshman Basketball, 1935: Clubs ltlditor, "Clerks and Curls," 1932: Student. Advisory Council Oli Law School: B.A., University of Virginia: Phi Delta Phi. ll00l Bottom Row JULIUS BIRGE Phi Kappa Si,f:n1a: A.ll,, llarvard University. DRURY HARVEY BLAIR Raven Society: lddltorial Board, Law Review, 1935- I936: Virginia Section Editor, 1936-1937: l7ean's List, Law School: llean's List, College, 1932-1933, 1933-193-1. RANDOLPH BROWN Delta 'Pau Delta: German tllub: .Editorial Board, "Cork:-I and Curlsf' I93I, 1939: l"I'aternity Representa- tive: Member lnterfralernity Council: Student Assembly. ALGERNON SIDNEY BUFORD, III Phi Kappa Sigma: P. K. Society: Phi Delta Phi: Kappa Beta Phi: ldli Banana: Imp. M. L. CARTER Lyehnos Society: Virginia Law Review: Dean's List, Law School. THE DEPARTMENT OF LAW 'Top Row 'Bottom 'Row JOHN MINOR CASKIE GEORGE H. DAVIS, JR. A4l.illlll'i, "1'0l'ks und i'Ill'ls," 192121: l'ilO1.01-Yl'lllli1iC 112111- tOl'. 1112113 UI'I.:':1IIiz:I1iOns l+IIlilOr. 111215, 111311: Boxing L 1 4 lf' I V .-quail, 1.1513-1.I!,.1: 'l'r:u-k Squaul, 10324-11121.13 bile I Ululv, 111:16-111217: 1i.A., llnixnrsily 01' Vh'p.:iI':. HARRY ELLWOOO CLARK, JR. l',l"'W ROBERT HILL DAVIS, JR. CHARLES MARSHALL DAVISON, JR. Kznppn Alpha: Raven Sovielyg .le1'1'0rsOn Society: lilzul- Tlwm Holm phi: JM-1-l,',Hun Smqmv. VHNHV fIwl.m,k lson Ilzill: l2I'OtlIOI'lIOOml OI' Sl. Andrew: l"ll'!4i-1'03ll' gtluml, ' ' f'lVll1llllill1.Y, lf'OOtlmll. 'l'I'zu-lc, 111310-11131: Varsity Swim- DUNCAN MCRAE COOKE Phi Hella Phi: liuvmiz lCli Hilllillllll Z: Presialenl Of I'JOp:u-lunent Of' Law. GEORGE V. CREDLE, JR. Law Review. CHARLES METCALF CRUMP Phi llelta Phi: "COI'ks and CuI'ls," 11135: Virginia Luw ming, 11132-11131: llelmtimx 'I'e:IIII. 111312-19513: Rillv 'l'o:I.m, 11132-111213: CllZllI'l'llilll Of Roalrcl. Ilniversity Ol' Vil'IIilliIl, ll'1:lI.::1zlIIe. 11135-111311: SllIl0l'i1l10lNi0lll. Sl. l'illli'H Sumlzly SUIIINYI. 19311-11136: 11111-I'IIIe4li:Iiu Hun- orsz Ilu:III's List, College and Law School: Student Ae-Islslauit. ln haw, 1936-11137: l2.A., llliiverslly ViI'I.:ini:I. EDWARD GRIFFITH DODSON, JR. helm Kappa Epsilon: Luinlulu Pi: 'l'. 1. L. K. A.: Imp: Phi lleltn, Phi: l"iI'St-yezu' Ifootlmll and Track 'I'ezInIs, ,1932-1933: Varsity l"OolIm:Ill, 11133-1935: VIII'- sily 'l'l'3ll'k, 193-1-11136: Vice-Presiilenl, V Club, 1935- 111516: Tl'Oll.SUl'0l'. Gl'ilIilIRtlll1.Y Class, 19352 1111011116- I11:I1e Honors: Rzwen Souietyg President, Madison Ilnll. 12136-1937: I'I-esident, P. K. Society, 1936-19217. lieyiew, 15156, 1037: Book .Review und Leglslniioii HENRY A DUDLEY JR' Iurlltm, 19.21, l'Ie:Sirlent, Lilo Law Club, 1934: Denn's l1iSl- 19379 13-A-, Srmtliwestei-II University. Sigma Chi. H011 1 9 3 7 ol' CORKS AND CURLS THE DEPARTMENT OF LAW Top 'Row MARCELLUS KEY DUERSON, JR. .Jefferson Society: Alpha Chi Rho. JOHN PAGE ELLIOTT Beta Theta Pi: P. K. Society: Skull and Keys: Leader. WILLIAM PERRY EPES, JR. Theta Chi: i'lclitoI'iul Board, Virginia Law Review, 1936-1937: Editorial Board, College Topics, 1932-1934. RICHARD G. ERGENBRIGHT C' WILLIAM HENRY FILE, JR. Phi Delta Theta: Phi Delta Phi: SncI'0taI'y, Virginia Law Review: Raven Society. Cheer IflO2l 'Bottom Row JACKSON PRAY Kappa Alpha: P. K. Society: T. 1. L. K. A.: Z: Ad- junct Manager Boxing, 1932-1934: Assistant Manager Boxing, 1934-1935: Student Assembly, 1933-1935. WILBUR LINDSAY FUGATE Law Review: Dean's List: Graves Law Club. CHARLES W. GASQUE, JR. Kappa Alpha: Intermediate Honors: President, Glee Club, 1931: President, Madison Hall, 1934. HENRY HAYWOOD GLASSIE, JR. Vit-e-President, Raven Society: Associate Editor, Virginia Magazine: Decisions Editor, 'Virginia Law Review: Captain, Tennis Team. HARRY GOLDFARB Glee Club: Dramatic Club. THE DEPARTMENT OF LAW 'Top 'Row ROBERT CAMPE GOODMAN Virginia Law Review, 1935-19375 li.A., .llurlmoullm College. B. THOMAS GRANT ARTHUR POWELL GRAY, III Vice-Dircctnr. Brotherhood of St. Andrew, 19315 Glee Club: Tl7ruck, 1933. HARVEY T. HALL, JR. OSMYN MILTON HARRIS, JR. VlI'g'illl1l Bur, July, 1936. Tottom 'Row GEORGE D. HEATH, III EDMUND WALLER I-IENNING, JR. Alpha 'Pau Oll18g'2L2 Varsity Cross Country, 1933- 193-11 lfirst-year Swimming, 1931-19325 First-year Rnsclumll, 1931-1932: Varsity linsf-hull, 1932-19333 Germain Club. JOHN BACON JEFFRESS, III Phi Kamm Sigma: lfirsl-year l1'oOtb:1ll, 1931-19323 l4'irSI-year Boxing Squad, 1931-19323 "C.o1'ks and Cur1s," 1931-19311: Vivo-President, Bruthorhoorl Of St. Andrew, 1933-19343 Pl'Gsiden1., Hrothcrliood Of St. Andrew, 19311-19353 .lic-nn's Lisi, 1931. RALPH MECHABER JERSKEY IJeun's List, 1936-1937, Raven Society: Notes Editor, Virginia Ilzmw Rcvicw, 1936-19373 lCflitO1'i:1l B02ll'fl. Virginia lmw Review, 1935-19373 Lzuv Students' Ad- visory Council, 1936-19375 1'1'Osiclenl, Graves ,Imw Club. ROYSTON JESTER, III f1031 1 9 3 7 CORKS AND CURLS THE DEPARTMENT OF LAW 'Top 'Row CAPTAIN ALBERT WALKER-JOHNSON Graduate, U. S. Military Academy. WILLIAM MooR KABLER Theta Chi. SHULER A. KIZER B. F. KRAFFERT, JR. Phi Delta Phig Raven Society: De:In's List. SIDNEY EARL KREGER Manager, Varsity Swimming: lntramural Football, Basketball, Baseball, 1934-19365 Swimming Squad, 1935-1936. H041 CBottom 'Row THOMAS J. LAFFEY, JR. Chi Phi: 'Vice-president, Skull and Keys, 19343 Gel'- man Clubg Football Manafzfer, 19343 V Cluh. PAUL L. LATHAM Theta cm. COLIN CAMPBELL MACRAE, JR. Theta Chlg lflditorial Board, "Corlcs and Curls," 1931-1933. ROBERT HENRY MAY, JR. Business Manager, Virginia Law Reviewg Press Club, CHARLES G. MEYER, JR. Law Revlcwg Phi Delta Phi. THE DEPARTMENT OF LAW Top 'Row cBottom Row JOHN HENRY MILLER, JR. Virginia Players: Nush Law Club: Varsity 1933-19311. WILLIS A. NEAL Della Tun Delta: German Society. JOHN OSHARE First-yeui' Baseball. GEORGE HINSON PARKER, JR. MEADE C. PATRICK Alpha Tau Oinepgzt: Phi Deltzt Phi: Decisions Editor, Football, GILBERT S. PENCE HENRY H. PIKE Kuppn Alpha: College Topics, 1931-1932: Virginia Law Review, 1936-1937: Dearfs List, College: Dea1n's List, Law School: Chess Club: Rille Team. GEORGE W. RAE Sigimt Nu: Deun's List, College: Assistant Couch of Track. GORDON F. RAINEY Ilcltat Kappa Epsilon: Phi Delta. Phi: Lzunbdzt 1'i1 P. K. Society: "13": Imp: lflli Banana: Vice-Presi- dent, Academic School, 1933-1931: First-year Box- ing, 1932: Varsity Boxing, 1933-1935: Co-captain, Boxing, 1935: Southern Conference Clizimpion, 1934: G-. A. A. Board, 1934-1935: President, GI'adIIatiIIg Class, 1937: First-year Boxing Coach, 1936-1937. Virginia. Law Review: Secrel:.Iry-Treasurer, Law JAMES ENOS RAY School: Press Club: Adjunct lwalluger, Football, 1933- 19345 Student Assembly. Phi Kappa Sigma. 11051 1 9 3 7 CORKS AND CURLS THE DEPARTMENT OF LAW 'Top CROW CBottom Row JOHN ALEXANDER RIDLEY MARTIN CHARLES STONE Kappa Alpha: Interfraternity Council: l"iI'st-year Football: Dea.n's List. NORMAN HYDE ROBBINS - Kappa Sigma: Eli Banana: Gorman Society: and Keys. MATTHEW HAROLD ROSENBLUM Law Review. JOHN ELDRED SHIELDS ARTHUR E. SMITH Skull Business Staff, Virginia Law Review, 1934-1935: liltlltorlal Staff, Virginia Law Review, 1935 -1937. H061 ROY LOUIS SYKES Jefferson Society: Dean's List, Law School: Student Assistant Law Librarian: Law Student Council: De- bating Team, 1931-1932. DONALD QUEE TAYLOR l-'hi Kappa Sigma: Skull and Keys: l'l1i Banana: Imp: P. K. Society: Football Adjunct, 1931-1932: Assistant Manager, Football. 1933: Manager, Ifirst-year Ql"o.ot- ball, 1934: lfratcrnlty Editor, "COrks and CuI'ls," 1933: l'Zdito1'-in-Chief, "CoI'ks and Curlsf' 1934: V Club: Sec:-etary-fI'reasureI', P. K. Society, 1935-1936. RICHARD B. TUCKER, JR. Alpha Tau Omega: Lambda Pl: Assistant Manager, Track, 1932-1933: Intermediate Honors: Law Review. A. J. VON THELEN Phi Alpha Delta: Chess Club: Rifle Club. THE DEPARTMENT OF LAW 'Top 'Row EUGENE E. WAGER, JR. Beta, Theta Pi: President, Lmnlnln Pi: 1nte1-fraternity Council: T. 1. L. K. A.: lmp: "13": President, Aca- demic School, 1933-1931: Vice-President, Law School. 1936-1937: All-Southern I+'ootb:1l1, 11933: President, Student Union: V Club: Varsity Football, 19311-11133: German Club: First-year Football Coach, '193-1-1935: Assistant Varsity Football Coach, 1936. NEAL M. WELCH Law Review: 1Jean's List. MCDONALD WELLFoRD Delta Psi: Lambda Pi: .label-woclc Dormitory Coun- selor, 1935-1936, 1936-1937: College Topics Staff: As- sociate Editor, College Topics, 1933-19311: Brother- hood of St. Andrew: Glee Club: President of Glee Club, 1936-1937. MATTHEW CULLEN WILKIN Delta Kappa Epsilon: Z: 14111 Banana: German Club: Floor Committee: Dean's List: President, Student Senate: Student Assembly: V Club: F11-st-year Foot- ball, Boxing, Truck: Varsity Football, 11131-H1363 Varsity Truck, 19213-1935: Varsity Boxing, 19311-1935. Top Row CHARLES KILLIAN WOLTZ Phi Rota Kappa: Raven Socioty: .Phi Delta. Phi: "13": Imp: 14211 Iianann: lflditor, Virginia Law Review. 1936- 111217 193-1 : Business Manager, "Con-ks and Curls." 111:121- I Student Senate, 111311-11136: .loi'I't-rson Society: Madison Hall Cabinet: Editor, Virginian Handbook : Chairman, lfirst-year Law Clzlss, 19311-1935: 11134 President. University Press Club, 1936-1937: Samuel Baker Vlfoods Award in Law, 111:16-1937. 'B ot to m CR 0 W C. PAIGE WooLDRIDGE Delta. Phi: Lambda Pi: P. K. Society: Ihean's List. JOE WILLIAMS WORLEY lJoan's List: Phi Alpha Delta: Supervisor of Law Clubs: ,H.S., State Teachers College, Johnson City, Tennessee, 1932. EDWARD FRANKLIN YOUNGER, JR. Chi Phi. W. L. ZIMMER, III Delta Kappa Epsilon: Lambda Pi: P. K. Society: IJ. 0. ll. O.: Idli Banana: Imp: l1'irst-year Football and liasclmllz Varsity lfootlnill: 'V Club: Vice-Presb dent, Lambda Pi: Dance Comxnittee. H071 1 9 3 7 EDWARD W. GREGORY . . . . Narrows, Va. CORKS AND CURLS THE DEPARTMENT OF LAW OTHER GRADUATES HUBERT DOUGLAS BENNETT SAMUEL BIGELOW HARRY BLATT STANLEY JAMES BLAIR MILLS E. GODWIN, JR. BROOKS DILL GRAND JAMES JONES MARSHALL, JR. EDMUND BLACKSTONE PERKINS FRANK LYON POLK, JR. FREDERICK WILKIN POST LEWIS ROSS PROSSER SECOND YEAR CLASS JOHN BENTLEY ANDERSON . . EDGAR MATTHEWS ANDREWS, JR. . WILLIAM CONWAY ARMSTRONG . GEORGE LLOYD BAILEY, JR. . DONALD JOSEPH BARKBR . . . . Owensboro, Ky. . Richmond, Va. . . Richmond, Va. . . Keswick, Va. . , . Nyack, N. Y. EVANS HOPKINS BARRETT . . . Charlottesville, Va. WILLIAM BODDIE BARTELS . . . Memphis, Tenn. LOUIS BATEMAN BLISSARD . . Port NOI'riS, N. ROBERT MALCOLM BOOTH . . . New Britain, Conn. LAMBERT THOMAS BOYD, JR .... Waveland, Miss. ROGER GRBVILLE BROOKE BROOME . Poindexter, Va. PERCY BROWN, JR ....... Charlottesville, Va. THOMAS DALE CARTER . . . . VACHEL THOMAS CHEARS, JR. . . . .Danville, Va. . . Edenton, N. C. HERBERT BROOKE CHERMSIDE, JR. Charlotte C. H., Va. LINDSEY CAEELL CLAIBORNE . . GEORGE WEBER COEN .... CADWALLADER JONES COLLINS . CLAUDE HORACE COMES . . . ROBERT CROMWELL ..... . . Baltimore, FRANCES JEANNETTE CUSHMAN . Charlottesville, THOMAS B. P. DAVIS ...... Stanardsville, . . Richmond, Va. . . Lancaster, Ohio . . Norfolk, Va. . . . Grundy, Va. Md. Va. Va. DUDLEY OLIVER DAWSON .... Woodbridge, Va. RAYMOND GREGORY DENNE . West Hartford, Conn. WILLIAM PETTY DICKSON, JR. . JEFFRESS SAMUEL DORTCH, JR. . RUSSELL DAVID EHLE .... ALVIN THOMAS EMBREY, JR. , ALLEN BROWN ENDICOTT III . AUGUTUS CHARLES EPPS . . JOHN CHARLES FERGUSON . . WILLIAM HENRY FORLINES, JR. . JOHN ROBERT FUNK ..... MARVIN DIBRELL GOODRICH, JR, THOMAS CHRISTIAN GORDON, JR. MARVIN GILES GRAHAM . . . HARRY BRIOE GRAVES . '. . Virginia Beach, Va. . . South Hill, Va. . . Annapolis, Md. Fredericksburg, Va. Ventnor, N. J. Richmond, Va. Coraopolis, Pa. . . Jackson, Tenn. . . Lynchburg, Va. . . Petersburg, Va. . . Richmond, Va. . . . Elliston, Va. . . University, Va. H081 . Blacksburg, Va. GEORGE LESLIE GULLETTE . . . MORRIS BERNARD GUTTERMAN .... Norfolk, Va. STUART FEAGANS HEAD .... Charlottesville, THOMAS O'NEAL HINIJMAN . East Chattanooga, Tenn. EDWARD SACHS HIRSCHLER REx JAMES HOWARD . . AUSTIN HOYT .... JOSEPH THOMAS HURTT . ARTHUR HUSTON . . . CHARLES S. HUTZLER . . RICHARD ANDREW JACKSON . . . . . . Petersburg, Va. . . . Chattanooga, Tenn. Va. . . . . .NOrfOlk,Va. . . West Hartford, Conn. . . . Beacon, N. Y. . . . Nassawadox, Va. . . . Denver, Colo. . . . Richmond, Va. . Harrisonburg, Va. JAMES EMMETT JORDAN, JR. ARTHUR STEWART KERR . MALCOLM FRAZIER KING . .... Bristol, Va. WILLIAM BULLOCK KIZER . . . . Lynchburg, Va. HERMAN GILBERT KOPLEN . . . Danville, Va. ALVIN HANLEY KOPPERUD .... Lovingston, Va. KATHRYN MAHALIA LANDRETH .... Galax, Va. HERMAN MOORE LANGWORTHY, JR. Kansas City, Mo. FLOURNOY LEONARD LARGENT, JR .... Boyce, Va. JOHN THOMPSON LOVETT III . . . Little Silver, N. J. FREDERICK CAREY LOVITT ..... Memphis, Tenn. CHARLES WESLEY LUSK, JR, . . Chattanooga, Tenn. ALFRED MARSHALL LUTTRELL . . . Winchester, Va. EDWARD HEMOND MACKENZIE . . Washington, D. C. RICHARD HOLEROOK MARRIOTT . , Rutherford, N. J. HARRY EDWARD MAULL ....... Lewes, Del. WILLIAM ALLEN MELVIN . . . Newport News, Va. ROBERT LATANE MONTAGUE . . . Charleston, S. C. WOOLRIDGE BROWN MORTON, JR. . . Chatterton, Va. BENJAMIN NIELIJS III ....... Rye, N. Y. SEVERN MARCELLUS NOTTINGAHAM, JR. . Orange, Va. FRANK ANTHONY OQBRIEN, JR. . Wheeling, W. Va. WILLIAM JERESLAW OWEN .... Fairlawn, Ohio GEORGE JAMES PEDRICK Cold Spring Harbor, L.I., N.Y. FERDINAND POWELL, JR. .... Johnson City, Tenn. THE DEPARTMENT OF LAW .ARTHUR MURRAY PRESTON . BENJAMIN S. PRESTON, JR. . GIOVANNI PREVITALI . . . CHARLES WHITNEY PRICE . HOWARD GARRETT PURNELL . WILLIAM VINCENT RAWLINGS HOWARD WILLARIJ RHODES, JR. R. VOLLIE RICHARDSON . . . JOHN COWDEN ROGERS, JR. . ROBERT LOVE ST. JOHN . . LOUISE SAMPSON ..... NORMAN CUNNINGHAM SCOTT CHARLES DAMARIN SCUDDER, JR. . Wasliington, D. C. Charleston. W. Va. . New York, N. Y. . . Louisville, Ky. . Lewisburg, Pa. . . Capron, Va. . . Lynchburg, Va. . Hampton, Va. . McDonald, Pa. . . Arlington, Va. . Clifton Forge, Va. . Fredericksburg, Va. . Buena Vista, Ohio VIRCIINIUS RANDOLPH Sl-IACKIELFORD, JR. Orange, Va. LEONARD DANIEL SHEADS . THOMAS ROGERS SHEPHERD . CHARLES EARLIE SMITH, JR. . HORACE EDWARD SMITH . . PAUL CONWAY SMITH . ABRAHAM AARON AEADY . . MARION HENDRIX ALLEN, JR. . WILLIAM LETCHER ALLMAN . JAMES ASHBY, JR. ..... . WILLIAM PARKER BAGWULL, JR. . . Alexandria, Va. . . University, Va. . Charlotte, N. C. . Red Lion, Pa. . The Plains, Va. THOMAS SMITH ...... KENRICK ANDERSON SPARROW JOHN PHILIP STAEEORD, JR. . ALBERT -SVIHRA .... BAXLEY TROWER TANRARD . JOHN RODGERS TANRARD . . LLEWELLYN CRUIKSHANR THOMAS FREDERIC BAUGHMAN TRIMBLE . . JULES LEON WACHT .... DUFFEL STEPHIENSON WATSON JOSEPH EDISON WHITING . . . WILLIAM HAYS WIGGINS . WILLIAM LARKIN WILLIAMS . EDWIN SHERWOOD WILSON . NATHANIEL THAYER WINTHROP . JAMES RUSSELL WISELY . . JOHN RICHARD WOLF . . . CHARLES FIHLDING YOUNG . . . . Brooklyn, N. Y. . South Orleans, Mass. . . Easton, Md. . Bridgeport, Conn. . . Franktown, Va. . .FranktOwn, Va. Porto Alegre, Brazil . . Orange, Tex. New York, N. Y. . . University, Va. . Charlottesville, Va, . . . Barlow, Ky. . WashingtoI1, D. C. . . . Roseland, Va. Manchester, Mass. WeIyi1esbOI'o, Va. New York, N. Y. . . . . Ozark, Ala. MERVIN ALLEN ZIEGLIER . . Colorado Springs, Colo. FIRST YEAR CLASS . . Richmond, Va. . Milledgeville, Ca. . Rock Mount, Va. . . Stafford, Va. . . Blackstone, Va. NATITANIEL LONGSTREET BARNWIELL Charleston, S. C. PHILIP JOSEPH BEATTIE, JR. . ISAAC SEYEERT BEVERAGE . JOHN FRANCIS BLACREURN . . JAMES RUSSELL BLAKEIIEY . HARRY EDWARD BLEVINS . ALEXANDER N. BRECRINRIDGE ROBERT BRECKINRIDGE .... LEWIS HYDE BRETON, JR. . . RICHARD AYLETT CAEELL . . RUBEN ESTEBAN CALDERON , SAM BENTON CANTEY III . . WILLIAM GEORGE CARROW III . . . Richmond, Va. . . Monterey, Va. . Harrisonburg, Va. . Oklahoma City, Okla. . Blountville, Tenn. III Summersville, W.Vll. . York Village, Me. . Vsfashington, D. C. . . University, Va. . New York, N. Y. Fort WOi'tlI, Tex. . Cape Charles, Va. WILLIAM W. CARSON, JR. . . Nottoway C. H., Va. EZRA THOMAS CARTER, JR. . . WILLIAM FIELDS CARTER . JOHNNY FINKS CATTERTON . CECIL CAMDEN CEASE . . . CLARENCE ANDREW CLAYBROOK .JAMES WILLIAM "" AENT . . . . Cate City, Va, . Martinsville, Va. . University, Va. . . Richmond, Va. . Harrisonburg, Va. . . Danville, Va. N091 MARJORIE ETHEL COLEMAN . GERALD FRANCIS COSTELLO . . NELSON WHli1iI.liR COWARD . WILLIAM ANDREWS CRAWEORD, JOHN CHANDLER CURD . . . LAWRENCE DANA ..... MARION SIMS DAVIDSON . . ALBERT DANIEL DAVIS . CARY NELSON DAVIS, JR. . JOHN JOSEPH DONOVAN . . MAURICE CHARLES DREICER . CARLYLE MANNING DUNAWAY MARX EISENMAN ..... JAMES ROGERS EWING . . . GEORGE HERBERT FELDMAN . JUNIUS RODES FISHBURNI5 . . ROBERT NATHAN FLOOD . . IRVIN FRIEDEN .... I'IIiNRY TAYLOR GAUD . LEON GLOBMAN ..... ELRIN ALIEXANIDER GOLDBIERG PORTER RANDOLPH GRAVES . JOHN GRIMEALL .... GERALD ROSS HART . PAUL JAMES HARTMAN . . . . . . Grundy, Va. . Waslxington, D. C. . . .University, Va, JR. . . Tazewell, Va. . . Welch, W. Va. Newton Centre, Mass. . . Jacksonville, Fla. . Stamford, Conn. . University, Va. . . Decatur, Ill. . New York, N. Y. . . . . Norfolk, Va. . Newport News, Va. . Wl1eeliI1g, W. Va. . . Morristown, N. J. . Charlottesville, Va. . North Adams, Mass. . . . . Norfolk, Va. . Charleston, S. C. . . Martinsville, Va. . . . .NOrfolk, Va. . . Lacey Spring, Va. . Charleston, S. C. . . Jacksonville, Fla. . Circleville, W. Va. 1 9 3 7 CORKS AND CURLS THE DEPARTMENT OF LAW JAMES BARKLEY HELVIN . . Louisa, Va EARL STAFFORD HOLLANID ..... Windsor, Va ROEERT FREDERICK STEARNS HQJMANN . Omaha, Nbr MICHAEL JOHN HORAN .,... Wilmington, Del LAWRENCE REID HOUSTON ..,. New York, N. Y ALLEYNE C. HOWELL, JR. . Springhcld Centre, N. Y JAMES BOOKER HUTTIER, JR ..... Lynchburg, Va JAY CURTIS JAMISON, JR ...... Greensburg, Pa JOHN GUTORMSEN JOHANNHSIEN, JR. Bridgeport, Conn SYDNEY SHEPPARD KELLAM, JR. . . Cape Charles, Va WILLIAM GREENWOOD KELLOGG, JR. Greenwood, N. Y ROY L. KINCANNON ....... Trevilians, Va RICHARD B. KLEINKNECIIT .... Richmond, Ind FRANK MCCONNELL LANDIEFELD . . . Suffolk, Va GREENE HOWARD LAWSON ..... Roanoke, Va JAMES BLAINE LEIST, JR .... Huntington, W. Va SIDNEY RICHARD LENDING . . New Bedford, Mass FRANK. THOMAS LITTON .... Charleston, W. Va CIIARLES WESLEY LYON, JR ,.... Balboa, Calif FRANK FLOURNOY ROEERSON . HUGH RUDASILL Ross . . JOI-IN HOWSON RUST . LESTER EUGENE SCIILITZ . HliNRY JEROME SCHRIEEERG . LYNE MONCURE SHACKELEORD CHARLES BAILEY SLAUOHTER . ARNOLD NETHERWOOD SLOAN ALLAN NOAN SI-IITZER . . . . . Jackson, Miss. . Criglcrsville, Va. . . . Fairfax, Va. . Portsmouth, Va. . Richmond, Va. . . . Orange, Va. Wasliingtoxi, D. C. . . Richmond, Va. Charlottesville, Va. JAMES HOOE TYLER MCCONNIZLL . East Radford, Va ROBERT HUNTER MCELVANY .... Norfolk, Va JAMES LATINUS MCLEMORE, JR .... Suffolk, Va GEORGE WALTER MAPP, JR. . BEVERLEY R. W. MARSHALL THOMAS MARSHALL .... GEORGE MCCUE IViAR'l'IN . CARY LINWOOD MAY . . . JAMES BELL MESSICK .... ROBERT MUNGER MONTGOMERY EDWARD PARSONS IVIOORIE . . JOHN WALSH MORSE . . PETER TI-IOMAS NANOS, JR. . . ALEXANDER WEI.DON NEAL, JR. DAVID ROGERS OWEN .... . . Accomac, Va . Richmond, Va . Sheridan, Wyo . , Leesburg, Va Charlottesville, Va . . Smyrna, Del . Birmingham, Ala . . New York, N. Y . University, Va . . Stamford, Conn . . . Bon Air, Va Charlottesville, Va THOMAS VJETHIZRELL STEPTOE Shepherdstown, W.Va. THOMAS LOTHE STOCKERT, JR. . Buckhannon, W.Va. ARTHUR LLOYD SYMINGTON . . . New York, N. Y. ENRIQUE AUGUSTO TESSADA . . Washington, D. C. WILLIAM CARRINGTON THOMPSON . . Chatham, Va. HARRY WRIGHT TOLIN ..... Scarsdale, N. Y. VINCENT AURIZLIUS TRAMONTE . Charlottesville, Va. JAMES JOSEPH TREACY ...... Oakland, Md, LEONARD TRIELL . . . . New York, N, Y, WARREN TUEES, JR ..... . Buffalo, N. Y, CHARLES WALLER TUCKER .... Berryville, Va. JOHN WINSTON WALBERT . . Oklahoma City, Okla. ALEXANDER ATKINSON WALIDROP, JR. . Roanoke, Va. WILLIAM BELDEN WATLING . Bloomheld Hills, Mich. FRANK LESLIE WATSON, JR. .... Jacksonville, Fla. HENRY HUNTER WATSON, JR ..... Crewe, Va. SIDNEY DANIEL WATSON . . . Charlottesville, Va. COLLINS DENNY WHITE ..... Petersburg, Va. GILBERT GRIZENWAY WHITE, JR. . . . Detroit, Mich. EARL WAVE WINGO ....... Lynchburg, Va. JOHN THOMAS WRONSK . . . . Milford, Conn. ALFRED SCALES WYLLIE, JR. . . . New York, N. Y. JOSEPH JOHN ZAPITZ .... . Shenandoah, Pa. HARRY NELSON PACE .... Roneeverte, W. Va STEPHEN GANO PALMER III . . Minneapolis, Minn ROY FRANKLIN PARKER II . . . Rochester, N. Y WILLIAM TI-IOMAS PARROTT . . . Charlottesville, Va JOHNSON DILKS PEPPER . . . Dividing Creek, N. J ......--4 RICHARD B. PERSINCIER . . FRANK HINCHMAN PLATT II . TRAVIS WILLIAM POOLE . HELM BRUCE PRICE . . . WAYNE KNIGHT RAMSAY, JR. LESLIE HARTWIELL REED, JR, . . ., . . Salem, Va ...Rye,N.Y . . Purccllville, Va . . Louisville, Ky . . Birmingham, Ala . . Richmond, Va GORDON SALA REGAN . . Old Westbury, L. I., N. Y ALBERT ANDREWS RICHARDS . VVaShingtOn, D. C THE DEPARTMENT OF. LAW DEAN'S LIST OF DISTINGUISHED STUDENTS For the Fall Term. Session 1936-37 DRURY HARVEY BLAIR . . . MARGARET LLEWELLYN CARTER . DUNCAN MCRAE COCKEI . GEORGE VEAL CREDLE, JR. . CHARLES METCALF CRUMP . . CHARLES MARSHALL DAVISON, JR. WILLIAM HENRY FILE, JR. . WILBUR LINDSAY FUOATE . HENRY HAYWOOD GLASSIE, JR. . HARRY GOLDFARB . . . RALPH MECI-IAEER JERSKEY . SHULER ANDERSON KIZER . . BENJAMIN FRANKLIN KRAFFERT, JR JAMES JONES MARSHALL, JR. . . HENRY HYMAN PIKE . . FRANK LYON POLK, JR .... MATTHEW HAROLD ROSENBLUM . ARTHUR EDWARD SMITH . . MARTIN CHARLES STONE . ROY LOUIS SYKES .... RICHARD BLACKBURN TUCKER, JR. NEAL MUSTARD WELCH . . CHARLES KILLIAN WoLTz . JOSEPH WILLIAM WORLEY . . SPECIAL STUDENTS . Danville, Va. . Danville, Va. Williamsburg, Va. . Norfolk, Va. . Memphis, Tenn. . Richmond, Va. . Beckley, W. Va. . . Radford, Va. Chevy Chase, Md. . Hartford, Conn. New York, N. Y. . Lynchburg, Va. . Titusville, Pa. . Farmville, Va. Washiiigton, D. C. New York, N. Y. . Brooklyn, N. Y. . Roanoke, Va. . Kingsport, Tenn. . Norfolk, Va. '. Pittsburgh, Pa. . Milton, Del. . . Salem, Va. Johnson City, Tenn. JULIAN SHEPHERD CORNICK ....... . Yorktown, Va. ADRIAN LOUIS SONN . . . HarrisonbUrg,Va. 1 9 3 7 CORKS ANSI! CUFZL ,,.,..,...,,--.....,-.W..,...,,,......,, .. .H .. .,... .-.Y,..-.,...,. .,....,. .....4....1............L,.,,...u.,v......,- ,.,.. N., . ,. ,..f, , .,,. . . . ,- ,. ,-, '7 ..XfxL'F.b5IL.g.'LL,'i..L.Q:......'L .DWL ,,,i.L..'L I ,... . ,.'.-1.L. .... RAY BURGER DEPARTMENT OF MEDICINE I OFFICERS RAY BURGER . . . . . Pvesidenn ROBERT BAILEY . VicefPresiclem JAMES WILLIS . Secretary CHARLES ROMAINE . Tveasuvev I 1131 1 9 3 7 CORKS AND CURLS DEPARTMENT OF MEDICINE Top GROW 6Bottom 'Row E. R. ALLEN Nu Sigma Nu. HARRY LEE ARCHER Nu Sigma Nu: Alpha Omvga Alpha: Raven E. W. ARNETT, JR. Alpha Kappa Kappa. CHARLES CABELL BAILEY Phl Chl: Thnta Tau. ROBERT LISTON BAILEY, JR. Sm-lety. MCLEMORE BIRDSONG Phl Kappa Slgmag Phi Beta Pl: Omlw-ron Delta Kappa: Snvrulary nf the Medlrwal School, '35-'3!ig Director nf Mndl:-al Show, '37. EDWARD V. BRUSH, JR. Kappa Slgnmp Calronon Club. RAY EDWARD BURGER Phl Beta Pi: Phl Rein. Kappa: Alpha Omega Alpha: Raven Sovlutyg "1Il': V Ulubg Fir:-st-year Baseball, '31g First-year Fontlvall, '30g Varsity lfnuthall, 'Ill-'32-'33g Cup- taln, Football, 'illlg 3-Il-3 Uounrll, '33-'343 President, G. A. A., 'Mg Sum:retary-'Preasurur, V Club. 'Il3g Interme- rllate 1-lonor:-up 'l'r'ua:-lurer, Medi:-al Sr-hnol, '31l: President of the Medi:-al Sm-hool, 'Ilh. ROBERT OWEN CANADA, JR. lmltn 'l'au lleltag Member of the Palace Guards. Phl Chl: Raven Society: Vleu-President ul' the Mndlrral School, '3Gg nitllllhtll' of the Palace Guards. CHKJDOSH H141 DEPARTMENT OF MEDICINE 'Top 'Row cBottom cRoW WILLIAM STEPHENSON COLE t'nlvonOn Vlulu, 'Mg Alpha Onu-gn Alpha. ROBERT H. Cox, JR. Nu Slgnm Nu. JOHN CUsT1s CRAWFORD WYLIE F. CREEL Phi Chl. C. ANTHONY D'ALONZO Tutu-rum-rlinto Honors, '32: Alpha Knmm Kumm. g OLIVER EMERSON S. NORFLEET ETHEREOOE, JR. Dnltn Kuppn lipsllnng Cul:-onnn vluhp 'l'. I. I.. K. A.: 7 Y I' 7 P. K.: Imvvn Smwh-ty: Knrslty 'I'r:u-lc, 'Zin-'lifig X Cluh Lu Cflmtvnu. J. FOGEL l'l'1-:-zlrimll of Phl lla-lm Epsilon, '35-'36, THOMAS MADDEN FOLEY, JR. Sigma Chi: lh-rnlun Fluh: f'lll1'0ll0ll Vlnh: l"r1-slnnxm Fun hull, Ilamskm-tlmll, and Lnr-rossv, 'Ill. STEPHEN J. FORTUNATO Illil 1 9 3 7 CORKS AND CURLS v DEPARTMENT OF MEDICINE 'Top 'Row CB0ttom 'Row THOMAS C. FURMAN KENNETH B. GRIM In-mfs List. First Yc-:Lrg l'hl Hvln l'i. Alphn Kuppu Kuppn: HlHl.0l'llLll OI' thu Nludlvnl Svhl GEORGE HARTRAUET HALIEY GARRISON l"r1-shnmn Boxing, 'Zl0. ALBERT R. GILLESPIE Phi Hn-tu l'Ig l'l Kappa. Alphzl: Umlr-run Dultn. Km 11:15 liavm-n Sm-lvty. BARNES GILLESPI13, JE. Bcrtzx Tlurtu Pl: Phi Hum Pi. JAMES J. GRIEEITS Slgman Nu: lllznuurvx' ol' Iluslu-llmll, 'ililg V 1'luhg Alpha thnx-gn Alplmg Nlvrnhur nl' thv Pulau-u L:llill'llH. Ifl16l nnlmm-cl to Unlvsrr:-llty Clmptur, A. JJ. A., '37 JOHN LIPPINCOTT GUERRANT I'hl Bum Plg Kuppzm Alphn. JOHN BLAND HAMILTON Call-unrm Club. H. H. HANCOCK Alplm Kappa Kappa. JAMES EUGENE HEMPHILL t'hl Phi' 0llll1'l'0ll In-lm Kappa: l'hl Chl: Chl Ill-In Phi Slgnlam Upsllung Epsilon Chl Epsilon. DEPARTMENT OF MEDICINE 'Top Row 'Bottom 'Row I-IERMAN LAIBSTAIN WALTER SPAULOINII MORSE l'hl Lanmhdn Kappa. Phi Um- ALEXANDER MOCAUSLANO JOSEPH NAGEL III-IIIVS List, 120111-gl-, 'zu-'zzz-':::Ig Phi vm. Ph, Mplm: ph, ,,l,,m ,,,l,S,,,,,,. VICTOR PRAY MARSHALL THORNTON TAYLOE PERRY, III I'I Kappa Alpha: Nu Sigxnzx Nu: Alpha f1lllI'f.2'il Alpha. YUM IW, cnllmuunl muh W' ROY MASON JOSEPH THOMAS PHILLIPS, JR. Alynlm. Kappa KzIpp:L: Ql"I:::mc,1'I.uiIlItI'y 'l'l'iLl'k, 'Slip Vursliv Pm mlm Pi' WILLIAM C. MATTHEWS JESSE FRANCIS RICHARDSON Phi Chl. Band, 'CH-T355 Alpha K:l1I1r:I Kanmmg lvlalslm-VII Shnru Vluh. n lll7J 1 1 9 3 7 CORKS AND CURLS DEPARTMENT OF MEDICINE Top Row CBottom 'Row JOHN O. RYDEEN Phl Chl. JOHN R. SEAL Pr0sldI+nt nl' Nu Slprnm. Nu: Alplm Oll'll'IZ,'lI. lplm. A R. M. SHELTON, II Alpha Kappa Kappa. HARRY LECATO SMITH, JR. Kappa Alphng fll'l'llHlll Club: Skull :Ind KI-yr-Ip Cnlr-nnml Club. F. K. TAGGART, JR. llullu 'l':l11 lu-It:I.1 Ell Hilllltlll HENRY ST. GEORGE TUCKER, JR. Alplm 'l':Iu 0lll1'LIll1 ffulm-OIIOII Club: NRZLYUII SOI-ls-ly: Plvl Bula .Kzmppng Alphn Ollwgn. Alplmg l'. K. SOul12t.y: ldll Bmxznmi Z: I"lI':-It-yn-:I.I' 'l'I':u-lc, 'Ill Valrxlty 'Frau-k, 'Zl2-'3Cl- 'flflg V Uluhg J1'l'l'0l'SDIl Sovlcty, 'Zl0: IIIt.uI'IIIl:Ill:Ltu llonurs, EDWIN W. VAUGHAN Phi Chlg l,:unhrl:I Chl Alpha: Chl lima l'hl. JOHN CHAPMAN WATSON Phi Chl. MARION LAWRENCE WHITE, JR. lu-ltn Slgxlm 'l'hlg 1':Il4'mImI filulr. WILLIAM C. WHITE Nu Slgnm Nu. JOSEPH L. YON l'l Knppu Alpha. ISADORE SAMUEL ZFASS 'lllg Athletic Ifldltor, "f!OI'lm :und IluI'l:-I," 'ililp Stuclunl. Phl Harm ICHDIIILQ IH-zuI's Llstg ASHI2-ll.!llll.lll1'h1Ll'lIllU'fll0lL'J Summa, '35. mul A'liLl.l!l'liI. Mucllcn. I1l8Ql Y DEPARTMENT OF MEDICINE l OTHER GRADUATES HERMAN A. COLE BOTHWELL GRAHAM, III ELIZABETH M. COVER MARION K. HUMPIAIRIES, JR. DEXTER DAVIS ELEANOR M. LITTLEPAGE IRVIN SAUNDERS EDWARD J. SHARMAN RUDOLPH B. TEUSLER, JR. ,..,, . S jx. I I 1191 1 9 3 7 CORKS AND CURLS ELTON IVIERIIDITH ALRICH . . ELlZABIiTH VIRDIN BARNES . EDNVARD GORDON BELL, JR. . RICHARD PIIILLIIIS BELL, JR. . BELTON ALLEN BENNETT, JR. JAMES BELL BLACK, JR .... MURRAY Cox BROWN . JOHN DANIEL CALL . JOSIEPII COIIDON, VI .... CIIARLES NllCKCJI.S DAVIDSON . HIIIKBIERT WILLIAM FINK . . JOHN HILL FIT:I:ERALD, JR, . JOHN FERGUSON GAYLE . HARRY LEE GREENIIERG . JOSEPH PARKER GRIFFIN . DUPONT GIIERRY, III .... DEPARTMENT OF MEDICINE THIRD YEAR CLASS Fredericksburg, Va. . . Ivy Depot, VII. . Bronxvilie, N. Y. . Staunton, Va. . . . Greer, S. C. Red Springs, N. C. . . University, VII. . . Richmond, Va. . Wlieeling, W. VII. . . Nuckols, VII. . . Norfolk, VII. . . .Crewe, VII. Newport News, VII. . OnIIneock, Va. . Portsmouth, VII, Greenville, S. C. CHARLES JUIINSTON HARKRADliR, JR. . . Bristol, VII. IVOR DAVID HARRIS .... New PhilIIdelphiII, Ohio JOSEPH HARVEY HARRIS ..... New York, N. Y. JACOB GRANT HEIIELE, III . . . Newport News, VII. JOHN HARRliLL HILL . . . OCTAVIUS LAKE HUFIfMAN, JR. TIIOMAS JACKSON HUM1'I'IRlYiS BENJAMIN CALLOwAY JONES, JR. REVERDY HAMLIN JONES, JR. . ORVILLE RUSSELL KELLY . JOHN RANDOLPH KIGHT . LESLIE MAC LISLH, JR ,... JOHN BURTON MACGREIIOR . JOSEPH LEE MANN . JESSIH DINSMORE MARSH . . . . Charlottesville, Va. . . UniveI'Sity, Va. . . . Culpeper, VII. Huntington, W. Va. . . Portsmouth, VII. . Athens, Ohio . . Norfolk, Va. . . Columbus, Ohio . .Afton, VII. . . Hampton, VII. . . Lynchburg, VII. CHARLES IVIIELLA, JR .... West New York, N. J. WILLIAM ALFREI7 IVIITCHIELL . . Newport News, VII. JoI-IN WARREN MONTACDUE ..... Roanoke, VII. DAENEY VON KNOBLOCII MOON . Cluzwlottesville, VII. WILLIAM THOMAS MOORE . . . CHARLES TIIOMAS NICIIOLSON, JR. ROBERT BRADFORD ORR .... . CIIARLIIS LIIMUEL PRINCE . . CHARLES NICII-IOLS ROMAINE, JR. ALBERT GEORGE SCIINURMAN . MALCOLM FOOTE SHER . . . MAYNARID PUTNEY SMITII . WILLIAM SIIEPHIERD SMITH . HORACIII GILIIERT SMITIIY, JR. . LEWIS FULTON SPRAGUE . . . PIIILIP P. STEIITOE, JR. . . Shepherdstown, W. GEORGE HENRY STOLLWERCK . CHARLOTTE ELLEN SWANEY . GEORGE LEROY TAEOR, JR. TIIOMAS WILLIAM TANNER . JOIIN KIRK TRAIN, JR ..... EDWARD WORTHINGTON VENNING FRANCIS RECORD WHITEIIOUSE . EDWIN B. J. WI-IITMORE, JR. . . ROBERT HAMILTON WILLIAMS . JAMES GARNETT WILLIS . GEORGE NELMS WISE . . FREDERICK CASTON WOODSON . . Blackridge, Va . Alexandria, Va . ASheville, N. C . Cl1CI'ilW, S. C . Petersburg, VII . Roanoke, VII . New York, N. Y . Farmville, Va Catonsville, Md . Berryville, VII . Allentown, PII VII . University, VII East Radford, VII . Arlington, VII . Roanoke, Va . SilVilDl1ZIl1, CII . University, VII . Lynchburg, VII . Petersburg, VII . Olympia, Waslm . . Culpeper, VII . Hampton, VII . Covington, VII I1201 CHARLES ALONSO ANDERSON . JOHN EDWIN BECK .... DEPARTMENT OF MEDICINE SECOND YEAR CLASS . Hinton, W. Va Charleston, S. C IRVING BERLIN .... . . . . Hampton, Va ROBERT MONTGOMERY BIRD, JR. . . University, HAROLD MEYER BOSLOW ..... Appalachia, JAMES GARNETT BRUCE, JR. . CARLTON JEROME CASEY . S. WARD CAsSCE1.LS . . . . Culpeper, Vvfilliamsburg, Prince Bay, N. Y SIDNEY BERNARD CLARK . . . . Norfolk, JOHN GRANVILLE CRAWFORD . . Kilmarnock, HORACE MILTON DALTON . . . Norton, MILLARD P. DOYLE, JR. . . Norfolk, Va MAYNARD ROBERT EMLAW . . Richmond, ROBERT WARD EVANS . . . Lynchburg, JOSEPH WILSON EVERSOLIZ . . . Coeburn, HERBERT RUPERT FARBISR . LESLIE ALLEN FAUDREE . . HENRY HASKINS FERRIELL, JR. MALCOLM JUDSON FORD . . JOHN DEE GERMAN . . . GARRETT GIDEON GOOCH, III . ASA WESLEY GRAVES, V . . ROBERT KENNON HANCOCK . . Paterson, N. J . Covington, . Goochland, . Pendleton, . Pocohontas, . .ROanOke, Lacey Springs, Cape Charles, OSCAR HlINTlER MCCLUNC, JR. STANLEY HOWARD MACIIT . . JAMES A. L. MATHERS . VINCENT MAEZARRELLA . LYDDANE MILLER . . CLAUDINE MOSS . . BERNARD KYLE MUNDY . . JAMES SPICER MURRAY, JR. . MARK EARLY MYERS . . . ROBERT LEE PAYNE, JR. . JOI-IN STROTHER PEARSON . DON PRESTON PETERS, JR. . JOSEPH PACE POLLARD . WILLIAM CLARK QUINN . . EARL RASMUSSEN, JR. . LOUIS PAUL RIPLEY . . JOSEPH HANDLEY ROGERS . . HUNTER HUIDEKOPER ROMAINIE WILLIAM RICHARD SMART . . EIJWARD BARNEY SMITH . . FRANCIS DUNNINGTON SMITH . HEREERT MCKELDEN SMITH . THEODORE BOOTH STRANGE . . . Lexington, Va . . Crewe, Va . . Norfolk, Va Port Chester, N. Y . Charlotte, N. C . .ArlingtOn, Va . Lynchburg, Va . . Baltimore, Md Harrisonburg, Va . . Norfolk, Va . BlueHeld, W. Va . Lynchburg, Va . . Minor, Va . CriSGeld, Md . . Roanoke, Va . . Roanoke, Va . . Gadsden, Ala. . Petersburg, Va . . Norfolk, Va . . . Crceds, Va . Henderson, Ky . . Staunton, Va . Gordonsville, Va JOHN CAMPBELL HORTIENSTINE . . Pittsburgh, FRANK JOSEPH STROIIMENCER . . Irvington, N. J CHRISTIAN KEVIN CAMPBELL HOYLE . . Kittery, Me. GUY FORREST SUTTON, JR. . . . . Staunton, Va LEVI WOODERY HULLEY, JR. New Brighton, S.1., N.Y. JOHN THRUSTON THORNTON, JR. . Wheeling, W. Va HENRY CLEVELAND HUNLliY, JR .... Norfolk, Va. GORDON LIVINGSTON TODD, JR. Princeton, W. Vu SAMUEL SUMMERVILLE LAMEETH, III . Bedford, Va. JOSEPH PRENTIS WEEE, II . . . University, Va DAVID J. LEHMAN, JR ..... West Orange, N. J. RICHARD BLAND WILLIAMS, JR, . . Norfolk, Va FRANK BAYS WOLFE . .... Cocburn, Va. FIRST YEAR CLASS THOMAS MCMURRAY ARMISTEAIJ . . Lynchburg, Va. EDGAR CLAYTON BRANTLY, JR. . Danville, Va WILLIAM SMITH BANKS ..... Beckley, W. Va. WILLIAM EDWARD BRAY, JR ..... University, Va WILLIAM MANN BLACKEORD . . . Seattle, Wash. EUGENE STAPLETON CARTER, JR. Mount Hope, W. Va Il2ll 1 9 3 7 CORKS AND CURLS ITALO CHARAMELLA . GRAHAM CLARK . . . JOHN ALEXNDER COCKE . ASHBY COLEMAN .... WILLIAM SWINDBLL CREDLE . VIRCJIL CLAYTON DANIELS, JR. . CHARLES EMMETT DAVIS, JR. . WILLIAM LEE DAVIS . . . MARVIN BUNCE DAY . JOHN MASON DEW . . . WILLIAM MINOR DEYERLE . . . DEPARTMENT QF MEDICINE FIRST YEAR CLASS Wilrnington, Del Englewood, N. J . . Hollins, Va . Lynchburg, Va. . . Oxford, N. C. . . Boydton, Va Rural Retreat, Va . Lynnhaven, Va. . Hartford, Conn Center Cross, Va Blueheld, W. Va WILLIAM DAVIS RICHARDSON DRISCOLL Covington, Va HENRY DUNLOP ECKER .... Washington, D. C ROBERT CANTRELL FEAMSTER . . . Lexington, Va JULIAN HAROLIJ FRIEDEN . . . . Norfolk, Va JORGE GARCIA BIRD . . . . Fajardo, P. R HENRY L. GARDNER, JR. . . . . Suffolk, Va ALFRED RANDOLPH GARNETT .... Norfolk, Va RICHARD WINGFIELD GARNETT, JR. . . Danville, Va HAROLD HOWARD GIST ...... Manila, P. I WINSTON CLARKSON HAINSWORTH . . Norfolk, Va. RICHARD FRANKLIN HAWKINS . Fort Hancock, N. J FREDERICK ST. PAUL HENSTRIDGE WILLIAM MCKENDREE JEFFRIES JOHN ALBERT KIRCHNER . . JAMES SIDNEY KITTBRMAN . B. WATKINS LEIGH . . . JAMES RICHMOND LOW . . DOUGLAS WALDEMAR LUND . JOHN ROGERS MAPP . . . JAMES TATE MASON . . DIBREL CARLETON MAYES . . . HENRY WISE MAYO, JR. . GEORGE RIDGWAY MINOR . . . . Elmira, N. Y . . Richmond, Va . . .Baltimo1'e, Md . . Norfolk, Va . . Norfolk, Va . . Welcome, Va . . . Lexington, Va . . Machipongo, Va . . . Seattle, Waslm Church Road, Va . Brooklyn, N. Y . Cannel City, Ky WILLIAM PINKERTON MULFORD . . Burlington, N. J JOHN MONTAGUE MURPPIY . . . Washington, D. C rw-. .... . THOMAS WFIITEHEAD MURRELL, JR. . Richmond, Va CARNEY COOPER PEARCE, JR. . . . . .Suffolk, Va HUGFI WHITE SHEEPEY POWERS, JR. . Baltimore, Md ANDREW ANTONIO PRINGOS . . . ANGUS CRAWFORD RANDOLPH . . BERNARD HAROLD RAYMOND . . . ROWLAND HATTON ROBERTSON, JR CHARLES HOLLINGSWORTPI ROGERS DAVID WILLIAM SCOTT, JR. . EDWARD EMANUEL SHAPIRO . MASON SMITH ...... AMOS LESLIE STEPHENS, JR. . . OSCAR MILTON STEVENSON, JR. SPOTSWOOD DOUGLAS STODDARD . CHARLES LEGRAND STUCKBY . . RAYMOND JOSEPH TAEAKIN . . . MICHAEL CHESTER TAVENNER . . JAMES ARTHUR THWEATT . . . WEIR MITCHIELL TUCKER . JAMES BAKER TWYMAN . . JOHN CHRISTIAN WEAVER . . . ROBERT BRETHAUR WEISGEREER . Petersburg, Va . Lynchburg, Va . . Norfolk, Va . . .SuifOlk, Va . NOI'walk, Conn . Fredericksburg, Va . . . Bayonne, N. J . . Richmond, Va . Lynchburg, Va . Cape Charles, Va . . Savannah, Ga . Bamberg, S. C . . Norfolk, Va South Norfolk, Va . Petersburg, Va . . Richmond, Va . University, Va . Smithileld, Va . Great Falls, Mont WILLIAM GUERIN WHITE ..... University, Va JOSEPH LEYEURN WILKERSON . . NORMAN LEE WILSON .... HYMAN SAMUEL ZEASS . . . .., .uk .I . Durham, N, C . Brookline, Mass . . Norfolk, Va DEPARTMENT OF MEDICINE DEAN'S LIST OF DISTINGUISHED STUDENTS For the Fall Term. Session 1936-37 FOURTH YEAR CLASS HARRY LEE ARCHER ................. . . Waynesboro, Va. ROBERT LISTON BAILEY, JR. . . . . Columbia, S. C. RAY EDWARD BURGER . . . MAURICE ALLEN Cl-IODOSH . WILLIAM STEPHENSON COLE . ALBERT RITCHIIE GILLESPIE . . BOTHWELL GRAHAM III . JAMES JOHN GRIFFITTS . KENNETH BOYD GRIM .... ELEANOR MATTINCLY LITTLEPACE VICTOR FRAY MARSHALL . . . WILEY ROY MASON, JR .... THORNTON TAYLOE PERRY III . JOHN OSCAR RYDEEN . . . JOHN RIDLEY SEAL . . JOHN K. TAGGART, JR ..... HENRY ST. GEORGE TUCKER, JR. . MARION LAWRENCE WHITE, JR. THIRD YEAR CLASS ELTON MEREDITH ALRICH . JAMES BELL BLACK, JR. . DUPONT GUERRY III . . JACOB GRANT HBBBLE III . . RIIVERDY HAMLIN JONES, JR. . JOHN BURTON MACGREOOR . . WILLIAM THOMAS MOORE . . CHARLES THOMAS NICHOLSON, JR. . . ALBERT GEORGE SCHNURMAN . MALCOLMFOOTE SHER . . . Il23I . . Covington, Va . . Carteret, N. J . . University, Va . . Tazewell, Va . . Clinton, S. C . .JacksOnville, Fla. . . Staunton, Va . . Remington, Va . . . Culpeper, Va . Charlottesville, Va Charles Town, W. Va . . .NOrfOlk, Va. . Charleston, W. Va . . Charlotte, N. C. . . Richmond, Va . . Recdville, Va . Fredericksburg, Va. . Red Springs, N. C. . . Greenville, S. C. . Newport News, Va. . . Portsmouth, Vu. . . . Afton, Va. . . Blackridgc, VII. . . Alexandria, Va. . . . Roanoke, Va. . . New YOI'k, N. Y. 1 9 3 7 CORKS AND CURLS DEPARTMENT OF MEDICIN E HORACE GILBERT SMITHY, JR. . . .... Berryville, Va. PHILIP PENDLETON STEPTOE, JR. . . . Shcperdstown, W. Va, CHARLOTTE ELLEN SWANEY . East Radford, Va GEORGE LEROY TABOR, JR. . . Cherrydale, VE. SECOND YEAR CLASS JOHN EDWIN BECK ..,.. . Charleston, S. C ROBERT MONTGOMERY BIRD, JR. . . . University, Va CARLTON JEROME CASEY . . Williamsburg, Va SIDNEY BERNARD CLARK . . . Norfolk, Va HORACE MILTON DALTON . . . Norton, Va. MAYNARD ROBERT EMLAW . . . Richmond, Va LESLIE ALLEN FAUDREE . . . . Covington, Va JOHN DEE GERMAN .... . Pocahontas, Va ROBERT KENNON HANCOCK . Cape Charles, Va JOHN CAMPBELL HORTENSTINE . . . . Pittsburgh, Pa. CHRISTIAN KEVIN CAMPBELL HOYLE . . Kittery, Me SAMUEL SUMMERFIELD LAMEETII III .... Bedford, Va DAVID J. LEHMAN, JR ...... West Orange, N, J OSCAR HUNTER MCCLUNO, JR. . . . Lexington, Va BERNARD KYLE MUNDY . . . . . Lynchburg, Va MARK EARLY MYERS . . Harrisonburg, Va ROBERT LEE PAYNE, JR. . . . Norfolk, Va JOSEPH PAGE POLLARD . . . Minor, Va WILLIAM CLARK QUINN . . . Crislicld, Md EARL RASMUSSEN, JR. . . . Roanoke, Va JOSEPH HANDLEY ROGERS . . . Gadsden, Ala HUNTER HUIDEKOPER ROMAINE . . . . Petersburg, Va WILLIAM RICHARD SMART . . . . Norfolk, Va FRANCIS DUNNINGTON SMITH . . Henderson, Ky JOSEPH PRENTIS WEBB II . . . University, Va RICHARD BLAND WILLIAMS, JR. . . . Norfolk, Va IlZ4I GRAEME TURNBULL GRADUATE STUDIES GRAEME TURNBULL GORDON WOOLOOTT WILLIAM PEDEN . JOHN MAY . . l OFFICERS ll2Sl . President VicefP'resident . Secretary . H istov-ian 1 9 3 7 CORKS AND CURLS GRADUATE STUDIES Applicants JAMES CHARLES ALEXANDER . JOHN THOMAS BALDWIN, JR. . JOSHUA ROBERT C. BROWN, JR. HUGH NELSON DYER, JR. . . JOSEPH CARLYLE ELLETT . RICHARD ROYSTON FELL . . HOWARD MONTGOMERY FITCH . THOMAS EDWARD GILMER . . ALLAN TALBOTT GWATHMEY . DICK WICK HALL . . . FRANK GEDNEY HALSTEAD . CLARENCE RUDOLPH HAMRICK FRED BROWN HAYNES . . WILLIAM EDWIN HEMPHILL . IREDELL JENKINS . . . JEANNETTE JOHNSON . ROBERT HILL KEAN . . RACHEL DAVIDSON KELLY . PAUL MURRAY KENDALL . MILTON BOONE KENNEDY . JOHN WILLIAM KRUEGAR . MAUDE CLAY LITTLE . . JOHN BENJAMIN MAY . . BENJAMIN ORVILLE MILLER . BILLY JAMES PETTIS . . . HOWARD MITCHELL PHILLIPS . GEORGE THOMAS PREER . . WILLIAM THOMAS PUCKETT, JR. CARL FREDERICK REUSS . . CHARLES PLEASANT ROBERTS, JR. ZBYSZKO JOHN SCHOEN . . HAROLD ARCHIE SENN . U . ALFRED HERBERT STUART . BERTHA PFISTER WAILES . SEBON RAINS WALLACE, JR. . SAMUEL WILCOX . . . GORDON BLOOMFIELD WOLCOTT JOHN LEWIS WOOD . . . for Doctor of Philosophy fChemist'ryj . fBiologyj fChemist'ryj fChemistvy.,l fEconomicsj K Chemistry j fflhemistvyj . fPhysicsj K Chemistry Q fMathematicsj . I Spanish Q f Education J . fPhysicsj . fHisto'ryj fPhilosophyj . fF'renchIj K Chemistry j . K Biology j . K English J . K English Q fChemistI'yj K Sociology J K Education j K Economics J K Mathematics Q . fBiologyj fPhilosophyj K Mathematics j . . fRu'ral Soc. Economicsj Applicants for Master of Arts JOHN EDWIN ALLEN . . . CARL LLOYD AREHART . FRANCES GREER BROWN . IRVING ISADORE BURACK . HOWARD AVERY BURTON . THELMA BELL CAPT . . . JOSEPH HATHAWAY COSBY . DAVID NATHANIEL DAVIDSON . STEWART DENSLOW . . . JOHN ROBERT DOYLE, JR. . WILLIAM LUSTER GRENOBLE . MARY LOUISE GRUMBEIN . fChemist'ry Q fPsychologyj . fBiology,J fChemist'ryj fSociologyj fPsychologyj I Economics Q . fBiology I fCl1emistvyj K Economics J fPsychologyj . fEnglish . fE11glishj . K English j fPsychologyj . fliuval Soc. Economicsj ll26l I Education j . fGerma'nj . I English j I Economics j . I Biology ,I GRADUATE STUDIES LEONARD LEWIS HARVEY . . JOHN STANISLAUS HERITICK . EDMOND CARLTON HUTCHINSON OLE N. JENSEN . . . ANDREW LEWIS INGLES . . MCINTYRE RICHARDS LOUTHAN EDWIN CLARE MCCLINTOCK, JR. JOHN WILSON MCCUTCHAN . RICHARD COLLINS MCNAMARA MARY LOUISE MORGAN . . CLARENCE AMOS NEFF . . HERBERT ELLIS NEWMAN . DAVID ROGERS OWEN . . F. WILLARD POTTER . ESMOND ROBERT RIEDEL . . ARCHIE FRANK ROBERTSON . CHARLES FREDERICK SCHWARTZ CLARA B. SMART .... GUTHRIE SMITH . . . ALBERT RONALD SNITZER . ETHEL ROSALIE STEWART . . ROBERT CARRINGTON VADEN, JR. DAVID BARR WEBB . . . JAMES EDWARD WILLS, JR. . Applican CHARLES VARNER AMOLE . CHARLES HOMER BAST . SULLIVAN GALE BEDELL . JOSEPH ROBERT DIETRICH . EDGAR DONEGAN . . . KENNETH CRAIG DYCHES . MARTIN PETER GHARRITY . . ROBERT EDWARD GRAHAM, JR. JOSEPH MARTIN HITCH . .' ELIZABETH CALCOTTE JOHNSON ELIZABETH HOOPER KEPNER . NOBLE GERALD MARSHALL . JOHN LAMBERT MOLYNEAUX . CHARLES HENKEL MOORE, JR. ROBERT METCALFE MUSSELMAN EDWARD SAMUEL OVERMAN . ARTHUR BOWEN PARKER, JR. . CLAY MICHIE PEYTON . . . WILLIAM GREEN POINDEXTER ARMIN HALL RAPPAPORT . . HILTON LLOYD RICKARD . . AGNES MOON SHAW . . . CLEVELAND SCUDDER SMITH, JR. FREDERICK GORDON TICE . . ROLAND VAN WARD . . RICHARD ALEXANDER WEISS . RAYMOND NEIKIRK WILBURN . ts for Master of Science Ifl271 . . . . K Latin j . f Education ,5 . fEco'nomicsl . fEconomicsj . . fBiologyj . fMathematicsj . fSociology . I English Q . K English J . fEnglishj . f English J . fEconomicSj . flicofzomicsj . K English j . . . fEducatiO'nj . . . fEducatio'nj fRural Soc. Economics j fRuval Soc. Economicsj . . fEconomicsj . . . . fLatinj . fliconomicsj . fE'nglishj . K Education Q . fPhysicsj fS1,wgical Pathologyj , . . f History j . . K Pathology j , , K Physics j . . K Economics I . . . K English j . . . fEducarionj fRural Soc. Economicsj , . fDe'rmatologyj . . I Chemistry J . f Education j . K Economics j . fMdfl1CmdIiCSj . . . I Geology j . fPolitical Sciencej . f Political Science Q . . . f Economics j , , , fEconomicsJ fRwral Soc. Economicsj fHisto'ryj I' I l .n fGeologyj . fE'nglisl1j . fPhysicsj . fPsychologyj . fGeologyj . . fPhysicsj . fPhilosophyj 1 9 3 7 CORKS AND CURLS GRADUATE STUDENTS WILLIAM BENJAMIN ADAMS .... Walton, N. Y. MATTISON WELLS ALDBRMAN . . . Alcolu, S. C. THOMAS HENRY ALPHIN . . . Lexington, Va. CHARLES LEROY ANGER ..... Baltimore, Md. WILLIAM JAMES ARCHIBALD Bridgetown, Nova Scotia EDWARD GOODWIN BALLARD . . LEONARD FRANKLIN BARCUS . WALLACE DUDLEY BARLOW . CHARLES JULIAN BARTON . . Williamsburg, Va. Vineland, N. J. Blacksburg, Va. . Jellico, Tenn. ALVIN VON ERL. BEATTY . . . Bradncr, Ohio ALBERT LUTHER BENNETT . . . Charlottesville, Va. KENNETH KELITA BERVY .... New York, N. Y. ROBERT KERR BLACK . . . Upper Montclair, N. J. SHEPPARD ANGUS BLACK .... Columbia, S. C. MARIUS BLESI .... . . Louisville, Ky. OSCAR TRENT BONNER . - MODEM, VH- ROBERT I. BOSMAN ........ Norfolk, Va. RAYMOND PALMER GARBER BOWMAN Harrisonburg, Va. JAMES ALEXANDER BRALLEY .... University, Va. GEORGE LANDON BROWNING, JR. . . Grange, Va. FLORENCE DELAUNAY BUEORD . . . Edgerton, Va. . . . Norton, Va. . Red Hill, Va. . . Litchheld, Conn. JOHN IRA BURTON . . . . . JOSIAH BEATY MCELROY CARTER . HAROLD LEE COLVOCORESSES . ROLAND EUGENE COOK . . MONROE COUPER . . . MARTHA ANN Cox ..... SAMUEL ROBERT CROCKETT, JR. BETTY ELISE DAVIS ...... CLARA LYMAN DAY . . FOY E. DEHAVEN . . . . JAMES HENRY DONOHUE . JOHN RICHARD DRAKE, JR. . . FRANCIS JOHNSON DUKE . ALICE ELIZABETH ELLIS . LEONARD JAMES ESLICK . . . FREDERICK FERDINAND FERGUSON JOHN NORVILLE GIBSON FINLEY . LUCY LYONS FISHEURNE .... RICHARD ROLSTON FLETCHER . JANET CORDELIA FLORY .... . . Salem, . . Norfolk, . . University, . .Lynchburg, Charlottesville, . Hartford, Conn. Rural Retreat, Va. . . Richmond, Va. . Memphis, Tenn. . .Richmond, . . .Orange, . New Orleans, . . . Dayton, . .University, Charlottesville, . . University, . Bridgewater, MALCOLM CAMERON FORSYTH . . . Chicago, JACK CUEBAS FOSTER . . . JOHN JOSEPH FRAY . . DAVID MILTON FRENCH . . EDWARDIVIERRICK FRY . . THOMAS BENTON GAYLE ERNEST GEHMAN .... WILLIAM JAY GOLD ..... BENJAMIN CLIFFORD ROSS GOODE INSLEE EBISSA GRAINGER . . . WILLIAM KEITH'FALCONER GRANT WILLIAM HENRY GRAVELY, JR. . CECIL CONARD GRAVES . . . CALLIE LOUISE GREER . . WALTON CARLYLE GREGORY . . STAFFORD MARTIN HAGA . . GUSTAV ERNEST HAGEMAN . . MAYNARD EDWARD HALL . . MARTHA FRANCES HAMM . . THEOPHILUS PAINTER HANSON CHARLES ELDRIDGE HATCH, JR. . CHARLES ODBERT HATHAWAY, JR. RICHARD CHALLICE HAYDON . . THOMAS WILLIAM HENDRICKS . HUGH FORT HENRY .... O. P. HERM ....... FREDERICK BURNS HILL, JR. . . CHARLES JOSEPH KADIO HINMAN G PEYTON HARRISON HOGE, III . . ROBERT MCDONALD HOOK . . SYLVIA PAULINE HORWITZ . DAVID RALPH HOSTETTER . . ELIZABETH STEELE HOUCHINS . MARGARET ARMSTRONG HURTT . JIM ISBELL ....... GEORGE WILLIAM JACK . WERNER LUTZ JANNEY . HILDA PRICE JARVIS . . JAMES ALCOY JOHNSON . . . REGINALD ARTHUR KENNEY . RAYMOND STEDMAN KEYES . CHARLES JACOB KIELER . . DAVID GAINES KINGSLEY . Central Point, Ore . . Rustburg, Va . Alexandria, Va . Fort Worth, Tex Fredericksburg, Va . Harrisonburg, Va . McKeespOrt, Pa . . Centralia, Va . . Farmville, Va . . Staunton, Va . Martinsville, Va . . Stanley, Va . Abingdon, Va . . Amherst, Va Stannardsville, Va . Charlottesville, Va . . Coeburn, Va . Charlottesville, Va . . Gettysburg, Pa . Cobbs Creek, Va . . Hampton, Va . . Manassas, Va . . Culpeper, Va . . Emory, Va . . Snyder, Tex . Portsmouth, Va rand Junction, Colo . . Louisville, Ky . Winchester, Va . . University, Va . Harrisonburg, Va . . University, Va . Nassawadox, Va . Eastland, Tex . . Kittanning, Pa . . Lincoln, Va . . University, Va . Goodview, Va . . Chatham, Va . New York, N. Y . Greensboro, Md . . Boonton, N. J GRADUATE STUDENTS LAURENCE FORMAN KINNEY . . Charlottesville, Va. SANDOR BODONSKY KOVACS . . . Richmond, Va. ALLISON ARCHEY KUHN .... Davidson, N. C. FRANCIS GREENEIELD LANKFORD, JR. . University, Va. ERIC WILFRED LAWSON . . . . . .Roanokc,Va. STEPHEN HANS JUERGAN LUDEWIG Charlottesville, Va. EDMUND F. MACDONALD . JOHN WILSON MCCUTCHAN . ALFRED BUFFIN MCEWEN . JAMES EDGAR MALLONEE, JR. IRENE ROSE MANN . . . ALBERT VICTOR MASKET . . JOHN YOUNG MASON, JR. . CHARLES GARDNER MATH EWS, WAYMAN PARKER MAULDIN EVERETT LEE MAY .... GLADYS WHITEHEAD MAY . RICHARD ANDREW MEADE . SAMUEL LEWIS MEYER . . CLARENCE WILLIAM MILLER EARL WILBERT MILLER . . EDWIN DEWITT MILLER . . GEORGE TYLER MILLER . . KENNETH EWING MILLER . HAROLD MOPSIK ..... CHARLES EDWARD MORAN, JR. RUTH CAROLYN NEWMAN . EDWARD FRANKLIN OVERTON . . Arlington, N. J. . Warm Springs, Va. . Richmond, Va. . . . Hopewell, Va. . Charlottesville, Va. . Far Rockaway, N. Y. . . . Boykins, Va. JR. . Lewisburg, Va. . . . Liberty, S. C. . . Timbervillc, Va. . Richmond, Va. . . Petersburg, Va. . Mayette, Mo. . . Hazleton, Pa. . Buena Vista, Va. . Bridgewater, Va. HUNTER MONROE PAINTER . FRED JOSEPH PARKER .... RALEIGH ELWOOD PATTERSON . WILLIAM HARWOOD PEDEN . ROBERT BAKER PEGRAM, JR. . JACKSON MOSELEY POWELL . GEORGE HENKLE REESE . . . . . Fincastle, Va. Portsmouth, Va. . Gueydan, La. . Freeport, N. Y. . . Richmond, Va. . . Boykins, Va. Roanoke, Va. WILLIAM GEORGE REVELEY . . Hampden-Sydney, Va. HOMER GILMER RICHEY . . . Charlottesville, Va. JAMES BEVERLEY ROBINSON , EUGENE GARLAND ROSS, JR. . . Kilmichael, Miss. . University, Va. WILLIAM JAMES RUE ...... Belle Haven, Va. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN DEWEES RUNK Greenwich, Conn. GEORGE EARL SCHWEIGERT ...... York, Pa. FORREST WHEELER SHAVER . . Bridgewater, Va. ANTHONY VINCENT SHEA, JR. . . Richmond, Va. GRELLET COLLINS SIMPSON . ALEXANDER CURTIS SIZER . CHARLES SKARSTROM . . JANE CHAPMAN SLAUGHTER . DONALD Foss SMITH . . . GLEN CURTISS SMITH . HELEN SUELETT SMITH . . . Norfolk, Va. Schuyler, Va. New York, N. Y. . University, Va. . Harrogate, Tenn. . . Lehighton, Pa. . . Scottsville, Va. . Front Royal, . . . Altoona, . Charlottesville, . Charlottesville, Va. Pa. Va. Va. . . Kingston, R. I. . Clifton Forge, Va. JAMES MILLER SMITH, JR .... Big Stone Gap, Va. MARGARET AMELIA STIREWALT . . New Market, Va. DANIEL HETPIELD TERRY . . . Plainfield, N. J. WALTER HENRY THOMAS .... Warrenton, Va. STOCKTON GRAEME TURNBULL, JR. . Arlington, N. J. JOHN GRIER VARNER, JR ...... Bonham, Tex. FRANKLIN TRBNABY WALKER .... Roanoke, Va. JAMES THOMAS WALKER .... Gordonsville, Va. ALEXANDER DONIPHAN WALLACE . . Hampton, Va. WILLIAM BENJAMIN WARTMAN, JR. . South Hill, Va. FLETCHER BANGS WATSON . . . . Chatham, Va. GEORGE CARSON WATSON . . . . Danville, Va. MAUDE K. WEEKES ...... Watertown, N. Y. H291 MARGARET UNDERWOOD WHITE . CARL ALVAR WIRTANEN . . WALTER MCCAMPEELL WOOD CHARLES CRUMPTON WORTHINGTON . DOROTHY LAMB ZIRKLE . . . . University, Va, . . Kenosha, Wis. . . .Draper, Va. University, Va. . Staunton, Va. 1 9 3 7 4. ' C ow" ' ' -ra ' - Q . ' :'96"'o' .' ' 4' 4 4' . 0 4 v 4 1 u H, v'.' 0' ' I o' ' v o',v,f:,o 4' . v , , ,Qu 5' I 4 ' ,a na .y 4 , , 4 ,Q ' ' W". 4 ..,:,54.:, x A ' 0 J, , . AQ.. ,,,.f, . Q3 - .1 1 'c'o'f o , , My , 44,14 ' O 9' 0 O ' O 'I'-s QW ' 699 H519 4 5196" ' 1 ' -0 :QQ ' ni - -59.32 f , 1 . g I-I". 4 'f -' 5. 4, go opp 4 ,Z940 AQ. ' ' ,go,,',v . , ' 51918 n , a , , . 'fn 5 f o 0' 08' o f n, Q, of 155620 , , , 4 , , n . f - f 1 . .ut .g5'4. 0, 'G :.-. . .- Q. ... Q. H .. . 0 ...., .-. .1 N N. . -vw an.. . 1 . -us.. v:-1, ":'ls:l!QQO u...'1, :fu "'h not H ..- - .. . r . u ao 9 0, 4 '.'.0:4,4fo 'ny '4 . 4 9 Z f D "5 -H . 5 'J 4. "-V 'Q' H JM ,, 4 L ,T+L QQ' " J: .:.'... ,N , . , ., ff-: -.-.. 1 0' S' '-' "'L.'.': 7:-, 'ffm' 'IGH -- -:si - - 4 - ' .'v,,.,-..,f:,'.'::: "f. X ft-' 1 71-1-':::::: , e '-:faY'.'J:1lJf:.iE zo, '.-.-.-N.-.,. Li , I, .-,- ::::i .1 .-. uf: 999.1 ' 'reg--1-5-25:2 r.-:::::-22:17 ,. ,. . , .,: 4-f::,:... fm "1 1----s. --If-T712 -'Fa-'u -, ,s, -::'.r.:-::.- --:- f"'!':3f9 M3 f:f.z.zz.....1i'f1:::-1 5 . "' 92-.5 fu fz-5:2115-:rl ,L QI "'-9' "M 3--':'-if, - -fi-'-f - . . . -.. ,,....-..:::.-.zzg . -Aug., 1' xfggg'-'-' I. .Q . ' - 'u.-.'ll ' av. .- f ' 1 .-.-.:1J.::Lf1-Lui1-232. - A 4' , 1-3-125.145 :g1'e -- 1 n ,I 52,3-1-.'. ' h ...Q e 1 Q : -3. . :iff '5 4 -f:'f"1'f:'i'f"- if! .-.-. f f' 4.::.-.a,.m-'-'--- .' ' , " ' P3 -1.-.-,-5,-4,-.-g , - A .9 ff, .,.,-,::: . -. 4' U . 4 if 7 ':.51y::,,,j3,.g ' ' - - f ,gay-Qj.t.!:1-11' ' ',,- :.- - -1- , ,Q ., -, s f 4 ls, '. 0 1 1 '. 1 v '42 H , .-jp: ".' 157 R -.-ng 'H ' 3.10. .-ff-x 213511 HT tkf, Y, E E iw, . ...R if IQKY Q -1 'FAA , e M r?-E-,LS ,M ,, , -5:5 ' 'V zqfffr 1- A-Q' ' -- f" ., a t :Qc ,sf .k'.5.,32 513,015 'i'+:'vCW": 'I ,-t?" 'ivfl 1 Q :fi af.:-. ,f1,,:5.3., . 1.3 was 1 A y r ., . F 1-' ,I ali., N in pzifff - raw. :A-.V . "lf ':J is - Wa. 1'1,qJ,a g",f: k - fri' . "I 5 I. R . X '4 -3582+ -gg : af.- 71 , w I , , . , , . X' .. Lili. is H , if , l .fy gd' ,. , , Q K il, K M 2? In 1 lr , . The l ATHLETIC ADMINISTRATION IN his second year as Virginia's director of athletics, Captain Norton G. Pritchett has Worked more changes in the University's athf letic setfup than it was thought five years could produce. Two changes immediately come to mind: first, the resignation from the Southern Qonference, secondly, the acceptance of the po' s1tion of head football coach by Frank J. Murf TRY. Both caused such startles in the athletic World that the combination has earned for Cap' tain Pritchett in several newspapers the name Of the "dapper and accomplished captain." When Captain Pritchett took over the athletic reins in September, 1935, he found conditions almost at their worst. Everyone, including alumni, laughed when the thought of Virginizfs NoR'roN G. Pn1'rcHr:'r'r Director winning a game came up. Students and coaches were discouraged and the alumni resentful that they were not allowed to help, the G. A. A. was working under a large deficit, defeatism reigned. In addif tion, our position as a member of the Southern Conference bound us to the new athletic plan sponsored by Dr. Frank Graf ham, a plan which at its best was incomf patible with the traditions of the Univerf sity. Everyone was discouraged but Captain Pritchett. He had faced difficulties of the same nature, though perhaps not such ex' tensive ones, in his previous positions. Born in Missouri, he took undergraduate work at the University of Louisville and the University of Tennessee, and followed this with work at Harvard and the Uni' versity of Wisconsin. Then he entered his career in the management of athletics, first at Sewanee Military Academy, then at Woodberry Forrest School, and Hnally, for seven years, at Davidson. lt was at the latter place, whence he came to Virf ginia, that he faced a situation somewhat similar to our own and where he had such succcss in reorganization. Captain Pritchett spent his Hrst year here in learning the peculiar conditions and in inaugurating a policy of financial retrenchf ment. Then he decided that Virginia would do better outside the contentious Southern Conference and won over to his idea the powers that be. By swift and secret action, he got the resolution of resigf nation past the hurdle of the Board of Visitors, and put his plan into effect at the conference's opening meeting in Rich' mond last December. To say that conf sternation reigned among the remaining members is speaking mildly, they were taken completely by surprise. Finally, they adopted a resolution of regret, allowf ing Virginia a year to return to the fold peaceably. It was not accepted, the decif l134l sion was irrevocable. The University then adopted its own athletic rules. So much having been done, there was one other change immediately necessary. Ev' eryone knew that a new football coach was being sought by Virginia. Who would he be? Sports writers were on the qui uiveg rumors and counterfrumors flew in every direction. Among all this flurry, Captain Pritchett moved steadily towards his goal. He want' ed only one of two picked men for the job -and one of these was placed in such a position that he was out of the question. The other seemed in a like position, but there was one chance. The "dapper" cap' tain went to work. Everyone has read the story of Captain Pritchett's detective work, of the secret meetings and visits. Utmost secrecy was necessary, for one small report in the press might ruin the whole plan. And the enef my was strong, newshawk detectives were spread everywhere. But the captain won, and the number of people who knew before Saturday, February 13, that Frank Murf ray would be Virginia's next football coach was ridiculously small, hardly more than a score. So this victory brought one of the original two men to coach the Orange and Blue. But the athletic director considers his work not nearly finished. He promises still other changes in Virginia's athletics: per- haps not this year, but as soon as possible, changes which may lead to their being bet' ter than they were in the "Golden Nine' ties." Two years have worked what might well be called marvels. It can only be said that the confidence that President Newcomb had in Captain Pritchett when he recom' mended his appointment has been more than justified. AFTER serving the University in the athletic office for ten years, james G. Driver resigned on March 1 of this year to- enter business. His resignation was regretfully accepted. Often called the greatest athlete of the State of Virginia, Mr. Driver's career began in 1905 when he entered the College of William and Mary, playing on the basketball and baseball teams during his freshman year at the age of fifteen. Each year his athletic prowess grew, in his senior year he captained four major sports, the only Virginia athlete ever to achieve this honor. Matriculating at the University to study medicine, he at once became a star on the football team, for that was before the day of athletic rules regarding eligibility. It was while on our team that he met the immortal jim Thorpe of the Carlisle Indians, Driver brought him to earth with a hard tackle but did so at the expense of a broken nose. His eyesight failing, Mr. Driver became head coach at the University of South Carolina, whence he moved to his alma mater and then to the University. He has won national fame in sporting circles, being at one time on the boxing committee of the National Collegiate Athf letic Association and largely instrumental in bringing its tournament here in 1936. JAMES G. DRIVER Virginia lost not only a man well versed in sporting knowledge when Mr. Driver resigned, she lost a charming gentleman. Few knew Mr. Driver but to like and respect him greatly. He worked intensively to better Virginia's athletics, he himself lacking a free hand in battling unusual difficulties. His delightful stories and genial smile will be long missed by those who had with him even but a casual acquaintance. 4 Coming to the University just after coaching Marquette through one of its most successful seasons, Frank J. Murray took over the coaching reins late in March, practiced his men for five weeks and announced that he considered pros' pects fairly bright for a winning team in the fall of 1937. Coach Murray left a remarkable record behind him in Milf waukee. During the fifteenfyear period that he coached Marquette's "Golden Avalanche," his charges won 93 conf tests, lost 29 and tied six. In 111 of these 128 games, their opponents were held to one touchdown or less, this fact itself a tribute to Coach Murray's coaching. During three i of his Hfteen years, his teams were undefeated. Coach Murray is something more than an ordinary football RANK I MURRAY coach, he is a student of other things than that one game. After graduation from Tufts College in 1908, he studied at Harvard University and at the University of Chicago. He held the post of professor of politf ical science on the Marquette faculty. Virginia's new mentor will teach a style of football play that is somewhat different from that usually seen in Scott Stadium. Ranking speed ahead of deception and power in football off 169956, he will use a wide open attack with forward passes playing a great part. Although his stay at the University has been but short, Coach Murray has already won the deep respect of all that have worked with him. He looks for the coming, little by little, of a Ugw era in Virginia football. He has brought renewed enthusiasm with him and has already dispelled the air of gloom that has for some years prevailed wherever Virginia football has been mentioned. It may take some years, he thinks, to produce a real winner, but it can be done. 11351 G. A. A. JOHN W.LEYS President OFFICERS JOHN W. LEYS . . . . . . . . President EVAN JAMES MALE . . ..... Secretary NORTON PRITCHETT . . Director of Athletics CHARLES P. NASH . . Faculty Chairman EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE JOHN W. LEYS EVAN JAMES MALE GEORGE CARY FREDERICK J. CRAMER ROBERT L. ST. JOHN CAPTAIN NORTON PRITCHETT ADVISORY COMMITTEE Alumni MR. CHARLES FENWICK MR. H. M. BOWEN MR. GEORGE S. SHACKELFORD Faculty DR. WILBUR A. NELSON CAPTAIN NORTON PRITCHETT MR. CHARLES P. NASH, JR. Student GEORGE CARY JOHN W. LEYS ROBERT L. ST. JOHN E1361 " " C L U B EVAN J. MALE President OFFICEIKS EVAN J. MALE ........ . . . President ANDREW B. CONNER, JR. Vice- President HOWARD TURNER . . Secretary MEMBERS ROBERT ABBITT JOHN AGREE EDGAR ANDREWS JOHN ANTRIM WILLIAM ARMSTRONG ELMER AYRES WILLIAM BANKS WILLIAM BANTA STUART BARKSDALE WILLIAM BARTELS HOMER BAST CARL BERGMANN ALFRED .BERKELEY GRIFF BERKELEY JAMES BRAUN MARION BROOKS RAY BURGER HARRY BURNETT JOHN CALL MORTIMER CAPLIN WILLIAM CARSON THOMAS CARTER GEORGE CARY ITALO CHARAMELLA PAGE CLAGETT GEORGE COEN IRWIN COHEN A. B. CONNER JOSEPH COWGILL FRED CRAMER EUGENE CUSHMAN STEPHEN DAVENPORT LANG DAYTON GREGORY DENNE WILLIAM DICKSON HARRY DINWIDDIE GRIFFITH DODSON JAMES EDMUNDS RICHARD ELY AUGUSTUS EPPS NORFLEET ETHEREDGE JUNIUS FISHBURNE CARL FLEMING DON FITZHUGH HENRY FITZHUGH RANDOLPH GARNETT HUGHES GARVIN WOODY GEORGE JOHN GEPHART SWIFT GIBSON HAROLD GIST CHARLES GORDON THOMAS GORDON JACK GRIEFITTS MAYNARD HARLOW GEORGE HARRIS DUNCAN HAWLEY JAMES HILLIARD PEYTON HOGE BENJAMIN JACOBS JOHN KEGLER THOMAS LAFFEY FRANK LANDEFELD LAWRENCE LEE JOHN LEYS LEX MGGRATH THOMAS MCCARTIN CAEELL MADDUX EVAN MALE HARRY MARTIN CONWAY MONGURE WARREN MONTAGUE JOHN MORGAN PETER NISTAD JACK NOLL LLOYD OLSEN HEIROME OPIE HARVEY POE WILLIAM POINDEXTER CHARLES PRINCE Il371 GORDON RAINEY PRATT REMMEL ALBERT REUTLINGER JOHN RUST ROBERT ST. JOHN JAMES SARGEANT LOUIS SCHMIDT CHARLES SCHWARTZ GEORGE SEIBELS VIRGINIUS SCHACKELFORD HERBERT SIERCK JOHN SIMPSON JESSE STOCKER DON TAYLOR DAVE TODD LEONARD TRELL ST. GEORGE TUCKER WEIR TUCKER KNOX TURNEULL EUGENE WAGER WILLIAM WATLING WILLIAM WEEKS NEVE WHITE CULLEN WILKIN FRED ZEISBERG WILLIAM ZIMMER COACH Gus Tebell COMING to the University in 1930 as assisf tant coach of football, basketball, and base' ball, Gus Tebell soon showed his abilities and subsequently became head coach of basketball and baseball. Following the resignation of Coach Fred Dawson in 1934, Gus also became head football coach. He has carried the burden of coaching these three major sports for two years, and has done well in the face of hard luck in football as in last season. Equally prof ficient in coaching basketball and baseball, the University owes Gus its thanks for doing such a good job. FCOTBALL i :mg ---- -Q-1 -1'-1 --- I GUS TEBELL . E. R. SLAUGHTER EUGENE WAIIER TEAM CAET. HARRY MARTIN STEI-H EN DAVIENl'OIlT CARL FLEMINII . . CONWAY IVIONCURIE . ALERED BERRELEY . RAY SUI-IMIDT . . . SANFORD HAsIqI2LL . KNOX TURNIIULL . EVAN MALE . . . A. B. CONNIIR . . JOHN ACRIEH .... THOMAS MOCARTIN WOODRUEE GEORGE JAMES SAROEANT . EDWIN PARKER . LEONARD TRELI- . WlLI.IAM WI5I5I:s . PETER NISTAD . . HARRY DINWIDDIE . RICHARD ELY . . . CAPTAIN .... Harry Martin STAFF . Head Coach CARL BEROMANN . . . . Manager . Assistant Coach JAMES BRAUN . Assistant Managev . Assistant Coach S. H. GARVIN . . . Assistant Manager WILscJN SMITH . . Assistant Manager RESULTS D Back Virginia H. . . 26 , End Hz.IIupc1cI1fbydI1cy . 10 . . . 'Tackle Vlfgllllil . . . 7 . Guard Willizlllm :md Marry O - - 'CWM' Vir 1l112l . . 14 - Niiigy I . 35 ' H135 Vlfgllllil . 0 q Back Miirylzind . . . 21 I Huck Vlfgllllil . . . O U Back XX,?,2lSh1l1f.fl1Ol1 amd Lcc 13 , Emi irginizl . . . 6 . End V. M. I. . 12 CW End V11'g11l12l . O ' Tmfmd H1lI'Vll1'd . 65 2 Virginia . . Back V1 If ' , Back Vl1'gll1l1l . . 14 CARL BERGMANN . Back North CZl1'iJ11I12l 59 Manager 11401 A RESUME O Handicapped as they were by injuries, the 1936 Cavaliers played clean, hard football from start to finish. Never was there a braver, more stout' hearted team in the history of the University. Injuries put Turnbull, Conner, and Male out for part of the season, near the beginning. As if this were not enough, during the W. and L. game, the ambulance came on the field once for Captain Harry Martin, and again for Steve Davenport. Both had fractured legs. Need' less to say, these men were greatly missed from the lineup for the remainder of the season. The loss of the genial captain, a triplefthreat back, was felt keenly, not only because of his playing, but also because of his admirable leadership of the team. Steve Davenport was equally capaf ble when playing offensive end as when backing up the line as defensive center. In spite of the valiant playing of the whole team, these injuries detracted from' the Cavaliers' strength, and doubtless contributed greatly to Virginia's sub' sequent defeats. VIRGINIA, 26g I-IAMPDEN-SYDNEY, 10 Opening the season at home, the Cavaliers avenged the 1935 defeat by pounding out a vicf tory over HampdenfSydney. White of the Tigers scored ten points and Conner scored Virf ginia's first touchdown in the first quarter, after F THE SEASON he and Male had brought the ball to the vis' itors' 45fyard line. With the score 1Of7 against them, the Cavaliers started the scoring early in the second half, when the Tiger safety fumbled Martin's two long punts, and Male and Conner again took the ball down, with the latter making his second touchdown. After his own long run to the Tiger Sfyard line, Martin took the ball over. Another sustained drive -brought the ball within scoring distance and Nistad raced across the goal for the final six points. VIRGINIA, 75 WILLIAM AND MARY, 0 The Cavaliers went to Norfolk for their second game, Ineeting William and Mary at the dedicaf tion of their new Foreman Stadium. The only touchdown took place in the first quarter and was scored by Capt. Harry Martin who also Inade good the extra point. Martin, together with Nistad and Conner, took the ball to the Indians' onefyard line in a determined drive, and the Virginia captain took the ball over from there. The W. and M. defense stiffened and prevented anotheritouchdown early in the sec' ond quarter after the Cavaliers had advanced the ball to the Indians' 35. Another Virginia threat was stopped by penalties and in the sec' ond half, neither team threatened and Virginia easily gained her second successive win. C1411 f- ' CONNOR Win CA PT. MARTIN MALE TR'E LL MONCURE DAVENPORT TURNBULL BERKELEY HASKELL WEEKS CAPTAIN HARRY MARTIN A. B. CONNOR CONWAY MONOURE ALFRED BERKELEY Fullback Halfback Guard Center Bus MALE LEONARD TRELL SANFORD HASIQELL BILLY WEEKS -5lUlWe"bf1Cli Tackle Taflqle Tackle STEVE DAVENPORT KNOX TURNBULL End End I CAVALIERS LOSE TO NAVY Our team, playing what was probably their best game of the season, were outmanned and de- feated by a strong Navy team at Annapolis. After a scoreless first quarter, Navy's Ingram led the Middies to their first touchdown and later on in the same period, Schmidt scored the Academy's second one, making the score 14fO. With the first half drawing to a close, Virginia rallied and Nistad started throwing his left- handed passes with bulletflike speed and accurf acy. After Martin's punt to his opponents' 5- yard line and Dinwiddie's return of the Navy punt to their 33, Martin went around end for twenty yards. Then a beautiful pass from Nisf tad to George was good for a touchdown. At the start of the third quarter, Navy fumbled Trell's kickoff and Virginia recovered. A long pass, Dinwiddie to Sargeant, accounted for our second touchdown which tied the score. How' ever, the Cavaliers were tiring rapidly and the endless string of Navy substitutes was too much for them. Three Middie touchdowns in the second half made the final score 35f14. MARYLAND DEFEATS CAVALIERS Virginia's team bowed to Maryland's superior running attack, led by Guckeyson and Meade. The Cavaliers were on the defensive practically the entire game. Meade scored for the visitors from the 7fyard line early in the first quarter. After another long drive, the Terps scored again in the second period, due to the excellent run' ning of Guckeyson and Meade. Dinwiddie's interception in the third quarter afforded Mary' land their only scare of the game. Throughout the remainder of the contest, the Cavaliers had their backs to the wall, and in the last quarter, Guckeyson caught Martin's punt and raced sixty yards for the final touchdown of the game which ended with the score of 21fO. W. AND L. WINS, 13-0 It was in this game that the injury jinx struck Virginia the final blow when Captain Martin and Steve Davenport received fractured legs which kept them out of play all the rest of the season. The Cavaliers outplayed the heavier Generals with a razzlefdazzle attack and some of the finest -blocking and running ever seen in Scott Stadium. Three times Virginia brought the ball within the visitors' 1Ofyard line but failed to score. In the first period, Martin and Male advanced the ball to the W. and L. 3-yard line only to lose it on downs. Both touchdowns were made in the second quarter. The second half was a series of disheartening breaks. In spite of the outstanding playing of linesmen Weeks, Haskell, Trell, Davenport, and Male, Martin, Dinwiddie, and Acree in the backfield, Virginia was defeated. Captain Martin goes through Navy's line. A. B. Connor scores on Williani and Mary. VIRGINIA LOSES TO V. M. I., 12-6 The Cavaliers went to Lexington and played one of their best games of the season against V. M. I. Statistics show that Virginia out' played the Cadets in every department, but were nosed out in the last minute. The first score of the game was made by V. M. I. on a thirty' yard run. In the fourth quarter, during a per' sistent 63fyard drive by the Cavaliers, Male completed two passes to George and one to Sarf geant, bringing the ball to his opponents' two' yard line. From there, Nistad pushed across for Virginia's only score. In the last few minutes of play, Kovar of V. M. I. completed a pass to Saunders which accounted for our defeat. DEFEATED BY HARVARD The Virginia team, crippled by injuries, went' next to Cambridge and were beaten disastrously by force of numbers. Outmanned as they were, the Cavaliers were not outgamed and fought val' iantly the whole time. In the first half, Oakes made two touchdowns and Stuart, Nee, and Jameson each, made one. As the third quarter began, the score was 34fO. Only twice did Virf ginia penetrate Harvard's territory and both these threats were checked by intercepted passes. The second half saw five more Crimson touch' downs and the game ended 65f0. Davenport runs back an intercepted Mary- land pass. l McCart'n catches a Tarheel pass. a QM' 1 I if Q 0 . fi . .V . , .wwl-Y 2 , , :iffy pf, yyiy -. 'L ., ,,w, L, V ...M ,. 11 v. P. 1., 7, VIRGINIA, 6 Breaks accounted for the Techmen's beating us this year. In the first half, both teams missed chances to score. Near the start of the game, "Bus" Male picked up a fumble and ran '75 yards and over the V. P. I. goal line, but the play was called back. The Gobblers scored in the third quarter on a pass. A. B. Connor leaped into the air and batted the ball but Pierce of V. P. I. caught it before it 'hit the ground and he scampered over for a touchdown. Virginia scored in the fourth when George took a pass from Dinwiddie on his own 23fyard line and ran 77 yards for a touchdown. Our failure to make the extra point cost us the game. CAROLINA EASY VICTOR In spite of their good showing, the Cavaliers were no match for the superior strength and ability of the Carolinians. In this game at Scott Stadium, the fortyffirst annual Thanksgiving Day game, the smooth Tarheel running attack caused our defeat. In the first period, Carolina scored three touchdowns, and each team scored two in the second. Virginia's iirst followed Din' widdie's 36-yard pass to Male. From there, Connor took the ball across on his fourth plunge. Our second touchdown was made by Male after a series of passes. The Tarheels scored four times in the final quarter, however, to make the final score 5944. P li'1'I5R NISTAD XVOODY GEORGE CARL FLEMING Back End Tackle JAMES SARGEANT HARRY DINw1nn1E JOHN KEOLER End Back Back JOHN AGREE CABIZLL MADDLIX Back Guard 4' il l 1 NISTA D ALBERT REUTLINOER Guard THOMAS McCART1N End i A "fr ACR-EE SAKGEANT GEORGE FLEMI NG DINWIDDI-E W. -. IM.-4-2 -,A K-EG L-EK KEUTLING-Ek MCCARTIN x FIRST YEAR FOOTBALL I a I 3 I .Ea STAFF RICHARD FLETCHER JOHN LEYS THOMAS EDWARDS Head Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Coach GEORCE SEIBELS PEYTON HOCE WILLIAM BARTELS Assistant Coach Assistant Coach Manager TEAM CAPTAIN WALTER SMITH . . . Back TABB GEORGE . . . End TRUMAN SOUTHALL . . . . End G. T. JEFFERSON . . Guard DELANCEY OBER . . . . Tackle IOHN ARCHER . . . . Back IOHN HANRIiTTY . . . . Guard HERE WINOKUR . . . Guard GRAHAM HEILMAN . . . Center RICHARD CARRINCTON . . . Back ARTHUR BRYANT . . . Guard ROIIERT PRESTON . . . Back IOHN BACHMAN . . . 'Tackle WILLIAM CHENOWITH , Back IOHN RYAN . . . . . End HARRY MCCLAUGI1ERTY . Back ROBERT WILLIAMS . . . Back NEIL MCCARTHY . . . , Back IAMES GILLETTE . . Virginia .......Back BEVERLY TUCKER . . FRANK HARRISON . . . . . . . . .Back RESULTS University of Maryland . 6 Virginia V. P. I. ...14 Virginia . North Carolina . H461 Virginia . V. M. I. . . Virginia . . . Washington and Lee ...12 .13 . Back A RESUME OF THE FRESHMAN SEASON Unpredictable though freshman teams are, it seemed that ours was bound to have a successful season, but Coach Fletcher's boys were hounded by bad luck all year long. There were many in' juries, and also the breaks did not seem to fall right in any way. As for the players, many were exceptionally good. Walter Smith, the able and genial Captain, could always be counted on to do the right thing and to do it well. One of the strongest points of the whole team was Gil' lette's excellent kicking and passing, for which he stood out in every game. Also, there was Ar' thur Bryant, who would be the mainstay of any line, a tremendously powerful, fast'charging all' state freshman guard. If one were to list indi' viduals at any length, it would be too difficult to draw a line, so let it suffice to say that every member of this past year's freshman team will be valuable on the varsity next fall and well able to make many a veteran look to his laurels. The team opened its season against the Univer' sity of Maryland freshmen here. The game was played in a pouring rain which greatly hampered our strong kicking and passing attack. The Old Liners scored early in the second quarter and the half ended with the score 6'O. There was no scoring in the third quarter, but in the fourth, after completing a fifteen'yard pass to Southall, Vhfilliams threw another to Gillette, who ran tv-1enty'two yards for a touchdown. The game ended 6'6. In addition to Gillette's excellent kicking, Smith showed himself to be an effective pa.ll'earrier, and Bryant and Ober starred in the rue. fior their second game of the season, the Baby Cavaliers went to Blacksburg to play the V. P. I. freshmen. Virginia opened the scoring early, in fact, in the first five minutes of play. After he and his teammates had run the hall to within scoring distance, Gillette completed a beautiful pass to Southall for a touchdown. However, from that point on, the little Gobblers took the whiphand and kept our team on the defensive for the remainder of the game. Only by virtue of Gillette's remarkable punting did the Cavaliers keep the Techmen from scoring in the first half, which ended 6'O. However, the second half was all V. P. I., Borgese scoring twice in the third quarter. The last period was scoreless and the final result was 14'6. On Cctober thirtieth, the next game was played here in Scott Stadium against V. M. I. Our freshmen played a grand game, each and every lf147I one, and bad breaks alone were responsible for our defeat. The game was very close and soon resolved itself into a punting duel between Gil' lette and Shu, V. M. I.'s stellar triple'thrcat back. The only score of the game came when Bob Williams intercepted a V. M. I. pass on his own goal line. As he was tackled on the three' yard line, he attempted to throw a lateral to Tucker, but the V. M. I. quarterback intercepted and stepped over the goal line. The remainder of the game was a punting duel as before, and the game ended 7'O. Tucker and Gillette starred in the Virginia line'up, while Shu was the most outstanding cadet. Our freshman team traveled to Lexington for the fourth and next to last game of the season against Washington and Lee. The little Generals of this year were one of the strongest freshman teams in the Southern Conference. The Cavaliers' oppo' nents were in complete command of the game during the whole of the last three quarters. The Generals scored almost immediately after the game began, and then Virginia, with Tucker do' ing most of the ball'carrying, marched down the field in a sustained 65 'yard drive which resulted in its only touchdown. The W. and L. frosh scored again in the second quarter, and twice in the third. The final score was 24'6. The Hnal game for our freshmen was played at Chapel Hill against the North Carolina Fresh' men. The first score was made in the second quarter by Virginia. However, the Carolinians evened the tally in the third quarter only to have the Cavalier team score shortly after. 'In the fourth quarter with the score 12 to 6 in favor of Virginia, the Tarheels staged a last minute drive. Carver of Carolina threw a forty'five yard pass to Vaillancourt who crossed the line for a touch' down. Sougas of the Tarheels kicked the extra point, making the final score 13 to 12 in favor of Carolina. R. R. FLETCHER W. B. BARTELS Coach Manager COACH Johnny La Rowe and A1 York COACH Johnny La Rowe with the aid of his able assistant, Al York, produced another fine boxing team. Having lost important main' stays by graduation, they gathered together new material and won three matches and tied one. Under their expert teaching these new men show great promise for future success. Four Virginia men went to the N. C. A. A. tournaf ment in California, one of them winning his weight, and two progressed to the semi-finals. Virginia's past record in the Southern Conferf ence and dual meets and her good showing this year, point to the excellence of the coaching and to a great future in boxing. BCXING BEN JACOBS . . GREGORY DENNE . STUART BARKSDALE PAGE CLAGETT . RICHARD MARSHALL MARION BROOKS . JOHN WINCEIELD ELMER AYRES . MAYNARD HARLOW HARRY BURNETT, JR MORTIMER CAPLIN LOUIS SCHMIDT . FREDERICK CRAMER JOHN NOLL . . JOHN S. LA ROWE AL YORK . . FREDERICK CRAMER HERBERT SIERCK HENNING HILLIARD JOHN GEPHART . CAREY N. DAVIS . TEAM STAFF Captain FRED CRAMER and the BOXING SEASON . Bantamweight . Featherweight . Featherweight . Lightweight . Lightweight . Welterweight . Welterweight . Welterweight junior Middleweight Junior Middleweight . Middleweight Light Heavyweight . Heavyweight . Heavyweight . . . Coach Assistant Coach . . Captain Manager Assistant Manager Assistant Manager Assistant Manager lfl501 4 M 3 5 RECORD Virginia-4 ..... V. M. I Virginia 6M ..... V. P. If- Virginia-5 . . North Carolina Virginia-3 . . . Murylzmd Virginia-SM . . . . Navy Virginia-6M . , , Harvard- HERRERT SIERCK Manager 4M IW A Summary ofthe Year VIRGINIA AND V. M. I. DRAW The Cavaliers journeyed to Lexington for the opening match of the season. V. M. I. managed to gain a draw by virtue of a cut eye in the heavyweight bout, the same way that Virginia's consecutive string of twentyfnine victories was broken by Harvard last season. At 115 pounds, Ben Jacobs, in his first varsity appearance, pound- ed out a T.K.O. over Love after one minute and ten seconds of the third round. Gregg Denne went down in defeat at the hands of joe Bell in the featherwcight division. Dick Marshall drop- ped a close decision to Darling in the lightweight encounter. Cole of V. M. I. dccisioned Wirigf field in the 145fpound class. Maynard Harlow gained sweet revenge over joe Donovan by de' feating him in the junior middleweight division. Caplin gained a T.K.O. over V. M. 1.'s Captain Whittle after one minute and ten seconds of the first round in the loifpound class. In the 175' pound division, Ray Schmidt also got a T.K.O. in the first round after a barrage of punches from the Cavalier light heavyweight. Strickland opened a cut over Cramcr's eye in the second round, causing him to forfeit the bout and thus making the meet a draw. VIRGINIA OVERWHELMS V. P. I. Witli five Virginians victorious by the T.K.O. route, V. P. I. went down to a 6Mf1Kg defeat at the hands of the Cavaliers. Ben Jacobs, Virf ginia's heady little bantam, made quick work of Bob Brown by gaining a T.K.C. after one min' ute and fifty seconds of the first round. Ashby Barksdale, fighting for the first time in Virginia colors, garnered a firstfround T.K.C. over Bob Vick. Page Clagett, another Cavalier making his Hrst appearance for Virginia, was technically knocked out by Cofcaptain Jack Lough of V. P. I. in the Hrst round. Marion Brooks, in his debut at 145 pounds, was held to a draw by Guy Shep' pard of V. P. I. Showing a great improvement over his first fight of the season, Maynard Har' low T.K.O.'ed Frank Oliver in the second round. Caplin T.K.O.'ed Archie Cameron in the second over his opponent. Ellis went down to defeat round for his second consecutive technical knock' -Y, -1- tig 3 r ' ' I X Y 4' rye: :rl Q 0 SM ,S-4, i s l N - QAM-El IXIAVHYIVQIII IISII i i , Y , , 'fl MQW ,I ' was, out of the season. Schmidt made quick work of john Shorter hy gaining a T.K.O. over him in one minute and seven seconds. Jack Noll, in his first Fight of the season, won a decision over .lim Uougler of V. P, I. in the final match of the evening. VICTORY OVER NORTH CAROLINA Virginia once more toppled North Carolina, win' ning at Chapel Hill hy a 5-3 score. lien .Iacohs and Ray Schmidt had no opponents to lace them so they won hy forlieits. The Tarhecl veteran, joc Mnrnick, punched ont an easy victory over Stuart Barksdalc at 125 pounds. Page Clagett came hack alter his dcfcat in thc V. M. I. match to win a decision from Boss hy virtue of his hcautiful hoxing. John Wiiigficld lost to Taylor of North Carolina in a close hout. In the top Fight of thc card, Harlow won a decision from Jules Medwin after a hard hattlc. Captain Max Novich dropped down to the middlevveight di' vision and gained a close dccision over Caplin. jack Noll, still suhstituting for the injured Cap' tain Fred Cramer, ended the program hy dclieat' ing Alderman. VIRGINIA BOWS TO MARYLAND, 5-3 Maryland gained five consccutive T.K.O.'s to hand Virginia her First defeat of the 1937 season. The closest hout of the evening was the Hrst, in O Jack Noll wins hy il knock-out. lI52l ' aa- ' 7 JACOBS Q . . I v ,,, G Q ,A nn, X' ' f-.cal A in-1 ..1 X ,V I . .l ii IIFATHERWIIGIIYQ MARSHALLIIIGHYWIIJHTIU I ' , , ff -v-f . 1 W i ',,. I i I A if nl- the hantamweight class. In this, Ben Jacohs won a decision over Shegogue after three furious rounds. The veteran Tom Birmingham won from Virginia's 125 entrant, Barksdale, hy a first round T.K.O.. Page Clagett went out hy the same route in the second round at the hands of the seasoned Ben Alperstein. The most dramatic of the houts was in the welterweight class. Ma- rion Brooks was T.K.O.'ed hy his old enemy, Ivan Nedomotsky, in the first round. Pete Bur' nett, suhhing for the injured Harlow, was no match for Mike Lombardo and was also T.K.O.'ed in the first round. In the hig upset of the evef ning, Caplin went out on a third round T.K.O. at the hands of VValton of Ivlaryland. Schmidt and Gormley engaged in the most spectacular fight on the card, lt was an old fashioned slug' fest which Schmidt ended after one minute and thirtyfnine seconds of the third round had elapsed hy T.K.O.'ing his opponent. The Terps for feited the heavyweight hout to Virginia. NAVY VICTORIOUS AT LAST For the first time since 1929 the Naval Academy was victorious over a Virginia hoxing team. In the I I ifpound class Al Barhee was given a very close dcvision over Virginia's superior and more experienced Ben jacohs. Ashhy Barksdale lost on a close decision to McDonald Thompson. Barksdale knocked his opponent down twice in C Harlow Hoors V. P. I. opponent. l153l AYRES fwfr. 7't'RW2'lGll72 the first round, but Thompson managed to pile up enough points in the last two to get the nod over the Cavalier entry. Fighting his best fight of the seaso-n, Page Clagett was defeated by def cision by the rugged Ed O'Herron. Dick Ayres, replacing Marion Brooks in the 145fpound class, lost to Luby on a technical knockout after one minute and thirtyfsix seconds of fighting in the third round. Maynard Harlow chalked up the Cavalier's first victory when be T.K.O.'ed Ben- ham in the first round. Schmidt continued on his T.K.O. career of this season by knocking out Giffen in the first round. Cramer, in his first appearance since the V. M. I. upset, took an easy decision from Tammy. HARVARD DEFEATED Gaining revenge for the defeat suffered at their hands last year, Virginia's boxers over' whelmed the Crimson warriors by a score of 6K4-I M to close the season. Ben Jacobs opened the proceedings by fighting three rounds to a draw with Bill Siegel. In the featherweight class, Barksdale showed his punch by getting a T.K.C. over Kostrellos in the Hrst round. Har' vard's lone win came in the l35fpound division when Dwight Ellis T.K.C.'ed Clagett in the second round. Dick Ayres, in his second iight at welterweight, threw everything but the ring' posts at his opponent, Richardson, and came out with a Hrst round T.K.C. Maynard Harlow had difficulty in getting inside of the long arms of Captain Pete Olney, but hit hard enough when he did to take the decision. Morty Cap' lin closed his intercollegiate career by taking an easy decision from Alfred Corbett. Schmidt won on a T.K.O. from Dave Glick, who had previously been undefeated in varsity competif tion. Captain Fred Cramer, fighting his last inf tercollegiate fight, T.K.O.'ed Spencer Howe, who beat him last year by the cut eye route. SCI-IMIDT WINS TITLE AT N.C.A.A. MEET Ray Schmidt kept his season's record of vicf tories intact by winning the 1.75-pound crown in the N.C.A.A. boxing tournament at Sacraf mento, California. Schmidt gained a hard' fought decision over the Tulane entry in the final round to cop the title. Three other Virf ginians made the trip to the coast, but were eliminated in earlier bouts. Cramer went down to defeat in one of the preliminary rounds at the hands of a San Francisco fighter who out' weighed him thirtyffour pounds. Harlow reached the semiffinals where he was knocked out by the eventual titlefwinner. Caplin also reached the semi-finals and also lost to an even' tual titlefwinner, Ray Matulewicz of Duke. Il54I FIRST YEAR BOXING A STAFF MAYNARD VJOMER ...... .... C oach GORDON RAINEY .... . . . Coach EDGAR M. ANIDREWS, JR. . . Manager Virginia Virginia Virginia Virginia Virginia Virginia TEAM EDWARD L. DREYER A. Y. P. GrARNETT J. H. P. GARNETT BENJAMIN A. KING DELANCEY R. OBER ROBERT J. BRUCK THOMAS P. BRYAN, JR ARTHUR H. BRYANT, JR. DOUGLAS BUNTING RICHARD DICKSON GEKJRGE J. OXRIDER EDWARD P. SHARRETTS, JR. TRUMAN P. SOUTHALL, JR. RICHARD A. W1LLI.fxMs RECORD . 4 g V. M. I. . . 4 . 5 g V. P. I. . . . 3 . 'ing North Carolina . . ZW . SMQ Maryland . . . ZH . 2 g S. M. A. . . 6 . 4 g Navy . . 4 1 . l.155l EDGAR ANDREWS Manager RESUME In the season's opener, V. M. I. battled the Frosh Cavaliers to a stalemate. The Cadets took an early lead by defeating Virginia in the bantamf weight and featherweight divisions. Williams started Virginia's scoring when he took a wide decision over Grant. Harris, Cadet welter' weight ace, gained another point for V. M. I. when he decisioned Bruck. Truman Southall made Virginia's second point by pounding out a decision over Fitzhugh, and Oxrider annexed an' other when he took a close decision from Pollard. Atkinson of V. M. I. won the light heavyweight bout, but Arthur Bryant then entered the ring and K.O.'ed Cadet Larrick in one minute, thirty' three seconds of iighting. The first bout of the V. P. I. match was taken by Jackson of the Little Gobblers. Pete Bunting tied the score by gaining a wide decision over Knighton in the 125'pound class. Dick Williams of Virginia pounded out an easy threefrounci de- cision over Snidow. The welterweight bout was extremely close, but ended in Virginia's favor, Jim Garnett getting the sign over Lockheart. Truman Southall took his second of the season when V. P. I. forfeited. In the 165fpound class, Jim Oxrider was closely decisioned by Souder after three rounds of almost even boxing. Pitt, light heavyweight of V. P. I., slugged his way to victory via the T.K.O. route. Arthur Bryant took his second victory in an easy decision over Hippler. Following in the footsteps of the Varsity, and to make the evening complete, the Baby Cavaliers punched out a 5M to 2K2 victory over the North Carolina Tarheels. Three forfeits reduced the amount of fighting for the evening, two being to Il56I Virginia and one to Carolina. The high spot of these bouts was in the 155 'pound class in which Truman Southall scored on a vicious Hrstfround knockout. In his debut, Del Ober of Virginia took a hard fight in the 1'75fpound class, while Arthur Bryant increased his victory string to three out of three. The match against Maryland was the easiest of the entire season. Forfeits of Yorkoff, 115, King, 145, and Bryant, heavyweight, furnished three points. Pete Bunting's famous left jab won for him over Diffenbach in the 125 'pound class. In the lightweight division, Askin of Maryland def cisioned Williams by virtue of a much greater reach. The afternoon's highlight occurred in the junior middleweight bout when Truman Southall won on a KO. in one minute, twelve seconds of the second round. The 165 'pound fight, between Oxrider of Viginia and Daugherty, was extreme' ly close, ending in a draw. In the light heavy- weight class, Morris of Maryland won a close decision over Ober. The Iirst and only loss of the season came on the night of February 12, when Staunton Military Academy took the Little Cavaliers into camp. Virginia forfeited in two classes, the bantamf weight and light heavyweight, because of the far greater experience of the opponents. In the IIIFSC fight of the evening, Pete Bunting lost a very close decision, despite the fact that he pushed his opponent in every round. Another close iight was in the lightweight division. Dick Williams dropped this decision to Biehl of Staunton. King, fighting at welterweight, and Oxrider at middle' weight, were both defeated. Truman Southall tallied the Frosh's first point by winning a clean decision in the 155fpound class, and "Awfwa" Bryant gained the only other point for Virginia by using the T.K.O. method. The last fight of the season, against the Naval Academy Plebes, ended in a 4-4 tie. Pete Buntf ing continued his list of winnings by outpointing Navy's Chaddock in the lightweight bout. Dick Williams also turned in another capable perform' ance by gaining the nod from Referee Reynolds after a hard fought bout with McCarty. The lone knockout of the evening came in the 145 f pound class. Scharretts of Virginia floored Greene of Navy in the first round, only to be T.K.C.'ed in the third round. Truman Southall, who showed consistently good work throughout the year at the 15 5 fpound post, tallied another marker for Virginia by outpointing Trietel. In the 165fpound class, Wagonhall of the Plebes took a decision from Dreyer, and Reed, Navy light heavyweight, closely decisioned Virginia's Oxrider. Arthur Bryant, Virginiafs Freshman "Powerhouse," registered an easy victory over McGrath, to maintain his unblemished record for the season. BASKETBALL Capt. Evan J. Male and The BASKE TBALL YEAR TEAM ROBERT H. ABBITT JUNIUS R. FISHBURNE IRWIN R. COHEN HAROLD H. GIST A. B. CONNER, JR. EVAN J. MALE JAMES E. EDMUNDS LLOYD T. OLSEN VARSITY BASKETBALL RECORD Virginia . . . . 36 Bridgewater . . . . . 11 h Virginia ......... 20 Coac ,. Naval Apprentice School . . . 24 Capwm Virginia ...... . 26 Manager Naval Training Station . . . 28 Virginia ...... . 33 Willizim and Mary . . . 30 Virginia ......... 29 Warliingtoii and Lee .... 31 Virginia ....... . 37 Virginia ....... HampdenfSydncy . . . 29 University of Richmond . Virginia . . . . 38 Virginia . . . . . . South Carolina . 19 North Carolina . . Virginia . . 25 Virginia . . Navy . V. P. I, . Virginia . . Virginia .... . Maryland . . Wasliington and Lee . . Virginia . . Virginia .... . North Carolina . . V. P. I. . . . Virginia . . . . . Virginia . . . . North Carolina State William and Mary . Virginia . . . . . Virginia . . . . V. M. I. . V. M. I. . . Eissl FRED. C. ZEISEERG, JR. E. LEROY STRICKLER STAFF . . . Gus TEBELL . . EVAN J. MALE . WILLIAM P. DIcKsoN I I WILLIAM P. DICKSON Manager LM Wu-w. X ' we EA 'L ' 'A W 'mg x "' vf'5 'x 1 X 3. y Q A 4 0 fr R A .iii E QM? 41. :iff ix V ret Ni U1 , my-. Q It .ry X Aa I 7 2235 I AWP 47. -WR X, ij, 1: I! W7 Nfi X sf Q w. fr tw Q ' '2 if qi " lu i gm -' 3 in , 5 sh' i 'mx ,Y, ,1 1 1 X l1I ,flf llm Ax. .W N if W RESUME OF THE BASKETBALL SEASON The Orange and Blue Quintet of 1937 started its prefseason engagements early in December, and finished this preliminary work on the Hrst day of the winter term. Though Virginia was not victorious throughout, these prefseason games furnished both the coach and the team with an idea of what they might expect to H105 in future engagements of the season. These pref liminary games also furnished Gus Tebell some information concerning the respective abilities and potentialities of his individual squad mem' bers. Getting off to a good start, the Cavaliers com' pletely overcame a weaker Bridgewater team. The Virginia quintet easily maintained their early lead, and the score stood 3641 at the end of the game. In their second engagement the Cavaliers lost a hard fought game to the N2lVHl Apprentice School by a 24f20 score. The Naval Training School barely nosed out Virginia by a score of 2826 in the last preliminary game, which Coach Tebell said was the roughest he had ever seen. On January 9th, in the first contest of the regular 1937 season, Virginia defeated the Inf dians of William and Mary. The game got off to a slow start, but the Cavaliers were leading, 1919, at the half. The Indians' attack picked up in the second half, and made the score a deadlock, but in the last minute of play, the Cavaliers managed to gain a 3360 final score. Gist was Virginia's high scorer, while Zeisberg and Captain Male tied for second. Virginia dropped the next game on the follow' ing Monday night to Washington and Lee in one of the fastest and hardest fought games ever staged in Memorial Gymnasium. The lead changed nine times, and neither team was ever able to gain an appreciable advantage over the other. Zeisberg, Edmunds, Conner, and Male were the stars of this game, which ended, 29f3l. The third game of the season was with the HampdenfSydney Tigers at Memorfal Gymnaf sium, January fourteenth. Zeisberg was high scorer with nine points and Abbitt was a close second. The Tigers seized the lead in the opening seconds, but the Cavaliers soon gained a substantial lead which they held until the Hnal H601 whistle, the score being 37f29. Edmunds and Gist were also stars of the game. The next Saturday saw the Orange and Blue trounce the visiting Gamecocks of South Car' olinaf The Virginia quint was never in any danger, and outclassed the visitors by a 3849 score. Edmunds led in scoring and was notable for his defensive work. Zeisberg, Male, Gist, and Abbitt also figured in Virginia's third vie' tory in four encounters. On January twentyffirst at Annapolis, the Cav- aliers lost their second game of the season to Navy. There was little difference in the score at the end of the first half, but the Middies surged ahead in the second part of the game to come out on top. For Virginia, Edmunds and Abbitt led the scoring with ten points each. Zeisberg, Cohen, and Gist accounted for the ref maining points. Final score: Virginia, 25, Navy, 35. A superior, wellftrained team from the Univer- sity of North Carolina defeated the Virginia cagers here, 3345. Although Zeisberg put Vir' ginia in the lead at the very first, Carolina soon overcame this, and because of their unusually good defense were never in danger again. Ab' bitt tied with 'Zeisberg for high scorer. After a few days' rest, the Virginia stars were defeated in the first game of their tour by North Carolina State. From the outset the Virginians were swamped by the more powerful State five. This game marked the best performance of the North Carolina State team this year, and so the starring of Zeisberg and Abbitt was to little avail, the final score being 41f17. Taking an easy lead in the first half with the scorc at l8fl0, the Cavalier cagers went on to victory over V. M. I. at Lexington. Although the Keydets tied the score in the second half, Virginia pulled through with a final count of 3Of2'7. Zeisberg again was top man for Vir- ginia with nine points. Edmunds, Gist, and Captain Male all showed up well in this annual event with V. M. I. On the following Wediiestlzly, at Richmond, the Cavaliers turned in an excellent performance to decisively triumph over the Spiders of Richmond University. Virginia started off in whirlwind fashion to make six points before the Richmonds scratched. Zeisberg netted seventeen points for the University and Abbitt thirteen, with Male doing outstanding work on the defensive. Virf ginia's margin of victory was a wide one, the final tally being 3Sf25. February eleventh saw the Orange and Blue lose a hardfeontested fight to the Gobblers of V. P. I. The lead changed hands frequently, and at the half V. P. I. led, 9f7. Zeisberg was the outstanding Cavalier in this game which ended with V. P. I. ahead by the narrow mar- gin of one point. Final score: 29f2S. Male and Zeisberg starred for the losing Cavaf liers in their second encounter with Vxfashington and Lee, this time in Lexington. An easy prey for the baffling attack of the Generals, the Cavaf liers found themselves holding the short end of a 5Of22 stick. For the second time during the year Virginia faced the V. P. I. Gobblers on neutral ground, this time at Roanoke, on Friday the nineteenth. The Cavaliers gained sweet revenge by thorf oughly drubhing the Blacksburg Gobhlers in a contest which ended in the lopfsided score of 40f22. Gist, Zeisberg, Abbitt, Male, and Cohen were the score leaders for Virginia, with Olsen and Nistad accounting for the remaining points. Virginia's big scoring was done in the second half, since the Hrst half score was 15-14 for Virginia. For the second time, the Cavaliers outplayed the Williztlii and Mary Indians, at Willizxmsbtlrg, in the last outfofftown game of the 1937 season. The game was rough throughout, and a total of thirty-three free shots was allowed. Abbitt was high scorer for the evening, with Gist and Zeis- berg as close seconds. The other scoring men were Male, Cohen, Campbell, Edmunds, and Millan. The score at the half stood 30-15 for Virginia. Final score: Virginia, 50, Williaimi and Mary, 22. On Tuesday, March second, the Cavalier quinf tet closed its 1937 season by defeating the V. M. I. five in Memorial Gymnasium by a score of 3860. Rough playing on both sides marked this game to such an extent that it be' came completely out of the referee's control in the closing minutes. The Cavaliers started the scoring, and held a 23f13 advantage at the close of the half. A V. M. I. scoring spurt tied the game at 29fall, with five minutes of play left. In the closing minutes, the Cavaliers pulled the game out of the fire, and ended it with an eight' point lead. Male and Cohen led in high scor- ing. So Virginia closed its 1937 basketball sea' son, and the collegiate careers of Captain Male, "Doc" Gist, "Bud" Abbitt, and Fred Zeisberg with a thrilling victory over an old rival. I1611 N A JOHN ANTRIM, JR. THE FIRST YEAR BASKETBALL SEASON Managev TEAM CARL W. COE HARRY C. MCCLAUOHERTY A. S. FELDMAN DONALD D. IVIARKOWITZ C. TAEE GEORGE W. C. SMITH G. T. KEYS, JR. CARTER E. TALMAN, JR. ARTHUR G. KEYWAN G. S. WIEIJEMAN, JR. PICHHGRU WOOLFOLK, JR. RECORD Virginia . . . 333 Vwfashington and Lee . 29 Virginia . . . 39: S. M. A ...... 49 Virginia . . 355 WcJodbel'1'y Forrest . 15' Virginia . . . 38: Fork Union Mil. Acad. 36 Virginia . . 313 Augusta Mil. Acad. . 34 Virginia . . . 29: Massanutten Mil. Acad. 52 Virginia . . . . 325 Episcopal High School SO Virginia . . . . 42g V. M. I ...... 29 Virginia . . . 24g Newport News H. S. . 20 Virginia . . . 29: Richmond University . 43 Virginia . . . 37: Wcmodbei'ry Forest . . 25 Virginia . . . . 295 Waslmingtoii and Lec . 42 Virginia . . . Sig C.C.C. Camp No. 74 23 Virginia . . . 25. Massanutten Mil. Acad. 72 STAFF Coach . ...... ORLIN ROGERS Manager . ...... JOHN ANTRIM, JR. RESUME The Cavalier Freshmen opened their season in Memorial Gymnasium january twelfth with a win over the Washiiigtoiu and Lee frosh by 33- 29. Staunton Military Academy rallied to beat the First Year Men, 49f39. At Wocmdberry For' est, the Freshmen annexed the season's second win, 35-1 5. Fork Union Military Academy fell next by a 3Sf36 score. Virginia dropped a close one to Augusta Military Academy, 31f34. Mas' sanutten overwhelmed the First Year team, 52' 29. Episcopal High School, on their home floor, won from Virginia, 5Of32. Fortyftwo to twenf tyfnine in favor of Virginia was the score against V. M. I. In the ninth game of the season Vir' ginia defeated Newport News High School, 24' 20. The University of Richmond freshmen overcame the Freshmen, 43f29, at Richmond. Virginia defeated Wocudherry Forest, 37f25, in Memorial Gymnasium. The Vkfashington and Lee frosh turned the tables on the? First Year team, defeating them, 42f29. Virginia had little trouble in its next to last game to dole out a 55f23 triumph over C. C. C. Camp 74. To close its season, the First Year Cavalier team trounced the V. M. I. rats, 25f16. fl62J TRACK 1 l -1 Captain Robert St. Iohn TEAM ROBERT ST. JOHN fCaptainj WILLIAM F. BANTA CHARLES HOMER BAST CHARLES MERRIHEN BYRD LANG DAYTON EDWARD GRIFFITH DODSON, JR. S. NCJRFLEET ETHEREDGE, JR. CHARLES MGINTOSH GORDON EDGAR DUNCAN HAWLEY 1936 RECORD Indoor Meet: Virginia . . . 76 Washington and Lee . . I6 Virginia ..... . 73 2f3g V. M. I. . .szifs Virginia . . . . 54 North Carolina . . 72 Virginia . . 69 zfs Iviaryiand . 56 1X3 Virginia ...... . . . V . 75 Navy ............... 71 State Meet: Virginia, 67g V. P. I., 424 V. M. I. 39924 Vv'ashingtOn and Lee, IWW. Southern Conference: Duke, 67 1f3g North Carolina, 34Mg Virginia, 31 2f3. I 1614! GEORGE RAY . HENRY CUMMING . ROBERT ST. JOHN . FRANK M. LANDEEELD .... THOMAS D. CARTER EUGENE L. CUSHMAN On.the CINTDER PIUTH 1936 STAFF ARCHIE HAHN . LAVJRENCE LEE, JR. HENRY ASHMEAD MUSTIN LUKE HARVEY POE, JR. PRATT CATES REMMEL JOHN HOWSON RUST WILLIAM W. SMILEY JAMES LESLIE STIPE WILLIAM B. WATLING MATTHEW CULLEN WILKIN Coach . Assistant Coach . Assistant Coach . . Captain Manager . . Assistant Managev . Assistant Manager ARCHIB HAHN FRANK LANDEFELD Coach Manager BOB ST. JOHN GRIF DODSON BILLY BANTA DUNCAN HAWLEY JIIIIIN RUST Middlefdistauce Dashes Distance Hufcllcs Hurdles BILL SMILEY HARVEY POE .Quarter H uvdles BILL ARMSTRONG Pole Vault HKDMIER BAST LANG DAY'1'tJN Distance High jump LARRY LEE Pole Vault N 1 1 1 1 N T u 1 l 1 'ff f I .V I' ,avg I I Q' '- fart, ' 'g X I I Q V I . . , K .,,-E fy ' ' ', f ,J I anon-m -I I"" "" sm-:fm 5, if 5 - , X L III I II Ol 1 H -.il l il ,N E A, I L ,ily L I I 54 ,I AL I Ai, if af I , ,, I D. 1: ,, t .I h I .. I , A .Lx W I ' A I k '. I SN. . I , . I , --' . If'-' IL Q Q I g W xxx K 1 s' L S , 4 K I 4 F 4 3 I II 4 1 I W: N A I JN - N "' S-L. ' A . - M If I Ik- , 'M ' . .. Ir-III I - ,. ' HAWLEY I I I I I I I I' 5'RI I5-L., .f L- fx I Mins II f L A' L ' W ,II . 4 , fvigiff ' X I . f W " K 1 W. .132 if 'I Inq -,I z I- 'flI1IIIl,g I J I ff , A f gf,-l -IA N 2If3,: yf I.sg A ,rx sa wg f I3f,e,' ,Ia I I I. Lux .5 -V I ICIIIW I I,-:I1fIgfff Iii' ff A , ,ffII.z,IE,,. , I II wr. ll Iwiarj I 1A,gf.,IfIY-, ' LfI,.f1I I, -. TI,--IW II -I.'wsI?I1:1w H-,III - I 'IIIQQEAII -vm If 5225 I I' 'I . . - NI I I YI' II WU -. jxmgw ,. ., . .. +,IIw.,,I,. Y. I . I ., .3 I . i3f?52?A,Fif?g'1TQHf'IISI I. I I I Jfjf,iYs'S'I, ' ,, I ,',.", f W, :,6Qf2fQi.bg,,+2:,'gIsI1-I2' ,I' I I Y MI X," R '. ' Ia I' - 5 ' . T4?i?fNG'?2?S','ffJ, 5. I Q .I 4 fi" - '-7 'I "! 'x-'fx ,' Y- mfxifiiiff-7i?f'?4fI2f,I-T A I A I ,sf lg-LLL 1 15 Q is Gb. , 1, In M M 4 3jW'1:YQi.5:fgpi:giR.,q.ffg,g:RiIk3AI . - :-z,5gIl ,?3,L , w . II- I I I - I I If Qi-bp bird, J, iihnf fjkg K. .im , A ,gg . MPO EI I BAS? I oAvI'roN I ,I 1w1IH4I:.4I5I A- QIQIQW 5 6 A RESUME OF THE SEASON The Virginia Cavaliers opened their 1936 track season with a practice indoor meet against Washington and Lee on February nineteenth in Memorial Gym' nasium. The visiting Minks failed to take a first place except for a tie in the pole vault and the final score was 74f16. Robert St. John and Duncan Hawley were tied for high scoring honors, with two first places apiece. St. John was the winner of the mile' and the 880, while Hawley led in both the high and low hurdles. At the Charlotte Invitation meet the folf lowing week, Hve varsity stars took part. Captain St. John won the 1000fyard, setting a new record of 2.21, and finish' ing twentyffive yards ahead of his near' est competitor. John Call tied for first place in the pole vault at 11 feet 6 inches. In the 5Ofyard dash, Call broke another meet record but was forced to accept a dead heat with Packard of Georgia. At the Southern Conference Indoor Games held on March 7th at Chapel Hill, St. John again starred by breaking the 100fyard Conference Indoor record. Cn April 11th, Virginia trackmen swung into action and gained an im' pressive outdoor victory over V. M. I., with the final score, the Cavaliers 73 zfsg V. M. I., 52 ifs. A soggy track slowed down the times consider' ably but Virginia managed to win nine out of the fourteen first places. The ref sults of all the contests were slow and both teams showed the lack of outdoor training. Virginia met her first defeat the follow' ing week against the Tarheels of North Carolina with the final score, 72f'5 4. Captain St. John was the high scorer of the meet, taking seven points with sec' onds in the mile and the 880, and a third H661 I si i in the javelin. Dodson, Hawley, and Rust each scored six points apiece. Virf ginia took all of the places in the javelin and broad jump. In a close meet on April twentyfseventh, the Virginia team scored a victory of 69 2X3 to 56 1X3 over the Maryland Terrapins. Norfleet Etheridge led thc Virginia scoring with ten points. John Rust brought in eight, and Grif Dodson seven. Etheridge took first in the 100 with a time of 10.6 and in the furlong with a time of 23.4. Virginia suffered her second defeat against Navy the next week, losing by the score of 7155. St. John and Dun' can Hawley each scored eight points. St. john took first in the halffmile and second in the mile. Hawley took sec' ond in high hurdles and won the lows in 10.8. Navy took eight first honors and Virginia six. Running on sunfbaked Lambeth Field, Virginia with its superior strength in the running and hurdling events, topped Virginia Tech, Washington and Lee, and V. M. I., to capture their eighth consecutive Big Four track carnival. The final score was Virginia, 67, V. P. I., 42, V. M. I. 39V2, and Washington and Lee, 15 VZ. In the mile relay, Virginia set a new conference record of 3:23.7 with a team composed of Etheridge, Bast, St. John, and Smiley. For the last meet of their 1936 season, the team journeyed to Durham to par' ticipate in the annual Southern Conferf ence meet on May 15'thf16th. Duke, who was favored to win, won the meet, with Virginia taking third, a twofplace rise over last year's fifth. North Car' olina, who held the title last year, led Virginia by only three points. Bob St. john capped his varsity career with a victory in the halffmile with a time of 1:58.2. In the mile relay, the Virginia team, composed of Etheredge, St. John, Bast, and Smiley, took another first place. After the end of the season the Cavalier runners elected as Cofcaptains for the next year, Duncan Hawley and john Rust. 1- M. 1" I L. U- 1 1 1 FIRST YEAR TRACK T. MCFARLAND SKELLY Manager STAFF MR. ARCHIE HAHN . . Coach MCFAIKLANID SKELLY . . Manage-f TEAM 100-yard dash . HfJ1'KINS, GOODALL, SCHLIPP 220fyard dash . ITOPKINS, WlLLCox, SCHLIPP 44Ofyard race ...,.. PERRY, WILLCOX 880-yard race . . . VifHIi1iL1iR, DYER, WlNc:o Mile race . . . GOODALL, SMITH, WHEELER Broad jump .......... NOVEY High jump ......... RocxsTRo1I Javelin . . . . LIFSCHITZ Shot ..... ..... W ELLFORD Discus . ......... WELLFORIJ 20fyarc.l high hurdles ROCKSTROH, FRANKLIN Pole Vault . . ANIBERISON, REESE, BARRETT THE SEASON Virginia, in the First freshman track meet of the year, defeated the V. M. I. Freshmen, 6641. The Gavaf liers took seven out of thirteen first places. Goodall won the mile, while Hopkins took the 100 and 220. Perry and Willcox came in first and second in the 440. Wheeler and Dyer tied the 880, and Rockstroh took the 120fyard high hurdles, Franklin running sec' ond. The pole vault was taken by Anderson, Bar' rett and Reese, in one, two, three order. The Freshmen easily walked over the McGuire School in Richmond, Hopkins and Schlipp taking Hrst and second in the 100, and Hopkins, Willcox, and Schlipp taking first, second and third in the 220. Willcox won the 440 in 52.7 seconds, while Wingo crossed the tape iirst for the halffmile 48801 in 2:08.6. The mile was taken by Smith, and Wheeler and Goodall tied for second place. The 220 low and the 120 high hurdles went to McGuire, and Virginia was victorious in all the remaining events: Broadjump, Noveyg High jump, Rockstrohg The Shot and Discus, Wellfordg Javelin, Lifshitz, and Anderson, Reese, and Barrett tied for first place in the pole vault, attaining a height of ten feet. In the Big Four Meet, Virginia could only take second place after Washingtoii and Lee University. Hopkins and Goodall set new marks: the 100fyard dash in 9.7 secondsg the 220fyard dash in 21.9 seconds, and the mile in four minutes and thirtyfseven seconds. Will' cox came in second in the quarter mile f440j, 11681 BASEBALL - -u 1 - 1 - gl-1 gl -11 ----Il-1------L---Q - - - 1 - Francis E. Carter. Ir. Curtis F. Bouldin Co-captain Co-capmin STAFF GUS TEBELL ....... Head Coarh CI..AIIsORNIa MOD. POPE .... Manager CURTIS F. BOULDIN ..... CofCaptain HIEROME L. OPIE, JR. . . Assistant Manager FRANCIS E. CARTER, JR .... CofCaptain WILLIAM W. CARSON . . AssistantMar1ager ANDREW BURKE .... Assistant Manager RECORD Vermont . . 4 Virginia . . . 14 Vermont . . . 2 Virginia . . . 4 Dartmouth . . 7 Virginia . . . 3 Richmond . . 3 Virginia . - . 0 V. M. I. . . 5 Virginia . . . 15' Michigan . . 17 Virginia . . - 4 W. and L. . . 5 Virginia . . . 3 V. P. I. . . '8 Virginia . . . 9 Navy .... . 2 Virginia . - . 1 Maryland .... . 3 Virginia . . - 4 HampdcnfSyclncy . . . 2 Virginia . . . 10 North Carolina . . . . 14 Virginia . . - 2 North Carolina . . . 7, Virginia . . . 8 William and Mary . . . 10, Virginia . . . 2 W. and I.. ..... . 5 Virginia . - - 0 V. M. I ..... . 1 Virginia . . . 3 V. P. I ..... . 7 Virginia . . . S Richmond . . . . 2 Virginia . . . 4 William and Mary . . . 4g Virginia . . . 11 Claiborne MCD. Pope Manager Ifl7OI TEAM ROBERT H. ABBITT ELMER V. AYRES CURTIS F. BOULDIN JAMES D. BROWN, JR, JOSEPI-I M. COWGILL, II JAMES E. EDMUNDS, III MARTIN D. HOFIiER EVAN J. MALE JOSEPH C. MUSTARD WILLIAM D. POINDIZXTILIL CHARLES F. SCHWARTZ ROBERT M. SI-IOOR DAVID TODD ,X aww, :SU X. 321252: , , WW -' Q x A ' 9 k.21.-iiifikivbswlfwfm, W1 f f',"1,'-,'-.Kiwi fuggf rg x . , 55'3P'g91'ITE1iSHLBLQEL1Tff5Q"x1ifH',f:g5'.Lpf - N -- A f 1'if Nf g , s , , ,+, A: ' f pfpvw if.:-Q' f' F: ' 'm f . , Q4 . ig '1 V L, fab- '- ,g, nf, , 3' ,. 1 ' , , ,f 9 Sgr- t i, 5i'NV?f ' I' 1-""':' T ' r .rg ' -"' . '- , jfujikiga .2 ' ""'L x gijfgl'-ff . V 'pl M' ' ,, ,, gixapggx 1 ' if-W., H,fv,,Qj:' Y. n . f f ' 11" K. N , lr' L r"' 3 r ' -f,. -I - ,,,f,.:,U,,L 1 ' Qwrim. M A ,I , K W. , ig, 1' E ' Iv A. 4, t , e f wf'.t'-' gn . in-zfff 3, A 5 4 ' N , N, W I ','h:?n1 - - . wxglgsei T, Q .tl , Lim ' m 1 :i , 1 1 1 . ' K rf32"". 1- V ' J V i . ',, - ,Wh 1 L., . - ' in ,W A. ,Ava . My B A ff-ffl' - ' . . 1. 2 . f , ' . f N. ' 'mf' .ffliw "-6,1 .W f ,A " M' , 'x'wmff"l,2',L -'ka ,-v,H"i :.'Tl'4m:-Q! - f w. x ' ,, 2 ' X 1'? if- , ' , , .1 - .. Mn 5 'W' ' fi f ' ' 1 Aix, w ,H J " 'I ,, N M ' .A..., . Q 1 wfwi "Wg, w "b"Q""'Z""'-'Ti,j:w.. 4" A L - 5, -1 'Zi-,ggln 'N 4 ws' ' ' V ,4 ,. K - 1 M 4 A . N - ', 2 Wmwb 'T' A A ffql 1 L If ,X ,T PM' 3 , Q -'J . ':KQL2"I. A , Q. ,, V K . , X aft 1 lk ' Mfr, ' . W' , 1 ,figw W . 3 V g,fgg4yr:,,:, ?Cf+.'s,,,'4 1, L 1 Qqfani .3 Wk W A: 1 AS 'f A-'-as ,-,,LW,M,q,- l Law? l 1,.1.'1,,. WM N iiwi +'f.4y-A 4, ' -K J jfyfffu,'w,L4Ui1n 1,1 g9,,?..,f gx,w,,:j . ,. ifffview f 1' ,Mi "AT,i'1uby'1f H ,..1""' ,Wi 752 Y 1 ,X Q A - K I 'N' M , - 4 :F W. 1 - f L rf' W.. 'Y 'VC N 5 A 5 N Q , ,. ! - ' 1 1 r S y W N ' L N S p ' - K N X nf X ,iaxgk 5 Q 7' .QW sm! . A :WA V. .L -35'3zg', f ' , , 1 ,Ay 1 , 4 1" 1 W ,Y Q fx ,J , A Y , ,A ,f 'M 'w 4, I 5 x . s Y if f .4 I 1 'F ,A J, 1 Q r ,D N: A s W , X gan SUMMARY Cavaliers Overrun Vermont Twice, 14-4, 4-2 The Virginia nine opened the season with a running stride by defeating Vermont decisively in two games. However, the first victory was marred when Nick Car' ter Cavalier backstop, received a broken blood vessel in his arm. The game played on the second day was distinguished by the splendid pitching of joe Mustard, who blanked the visitors for eight innings. Virginia Conquered by Dartmouth, 7-3 The Orange and Blue of Virginia suffered its first def feat of the season, when Dartmouth brought in seven runs to three for the Cavaliers. Todd, regular third baseman, gave a good account of himself on the mound until the seventh inning when he was replaced by Mustard. Spiders Will, 3-0 The game with Maryland having been rained out, the Virginia nine traveled to Richmond for their fourth game of the season. There they met defeat in the hands of Herb Hash, who sent many of the Virginia batters back to the dugout. Joe Mustard pitched a good game, but the Cavalier batters were able to make only one hit. Cavaliers Overwhelm Cadets, 15-5 The Virginia baseball team won its opening Conference game by the decisive score of 15'5'. Dick Ayres, who was opposed by three Cadet moundsmen, pitched good ball. Bus Male and Dave Todd led the Virginia bat' ting attack. O ll72Ql Michigair Crushes Virginia, 17-4 Michigan's visit to Charlottesville provided the Cava' liers with their worst defeat of the season. The Orange and Blue rallied in the ninth inning and gave the visitors quite a scare. W. and L. Wins Over Virginia, 5-3 The upper hand in this game was held by Virginia until the eighth frame when the Generals scored two runs and followed these bv one in the ninth inning which gave the visitors their victory. A good game was pitched by Abbitt, who was supported by the bat' ting of Male and Bouldin. V. P. I. Conquered, 9-8 V. P. I. opened the game brilliantly by scoring four runs in the first frame. However, these runs were counterbalanced by the Cavaliers scoring four runs in the second inning. The game was won by a home run hit by Dave Todd in the eighth inning. Dick Ayres a so awsisted by hitting a home run. joe Mustard be' gan the pitching. Navy Upsets Virginia, 2-1 The much favored and decidedly superior Cavalier' team was upset by the Middies in this game by the close score of 2-l. The single run was made by Bus Male rihced to advance him to second. Then he was brought in by CofCaptain Bouldin. who singled in the Hrst frame. Dave Todd sac' Cavaliers Nose Out Terps, 4-3 Second place in the Southern Conference was taken by Virginia when she defeated the Yellow and Black of Maryland by the score of 4'3. The winning runs were made by Todd and Jimmy Edmunds. Todd was brought home by Edmunds and Edmunds was brought home by Shoor. Hampden-Sydney Crushed, 10-2 The visitors from Hampden-Sydney were defeated by the Orange and Blue with very little trouhle. Bus Male, Mustard, Todd, Edmunds, and Bouldin played excellent ball for the Cavaliers. Virginia Routed by Carolina, 14-2 In the one hundredth game between Carolina and Virf ginia, the Cavaliers were defeated, 14-2. Mustard, Ayres, and Dal Brown pitched for the Virginia nine. Tarheels Defeated in Second Game, 8-7 The Virginia nine game back to heat the Carolina team in their one hundred and one game. The Cava- liers with Big Bud Abbitt pitching played an excellent game to defeat UWC THYl1CClS, 8'7. Poindexter, Ahbitt, Male, and Todd, led the Virginia attack. V Williani 86 Mary Victorious Over Virginia, 10-2 Adams and Moore took the limelight of this game to win for the Williamsburg nine and put the Cavaliers in ilfth place in State standing. Generals Overcome Cavaliers, 5-0 The Virginia nine was shut out by the Vllashington and Lee team in. their second game of the season, 4'0. Dlclkmwli, Plfrhing for the Generals, limited the Virf ginians to six hits. Abbitt represented the Orange and Blue on the mound. Cadets Defeated by the Orange and Blue, 3-1 In spite of being outfhit, 7'6, the Virginia baseball team defeated V. M. I., Sfl. Edmunds made the Hrst score when Cowgill made a safety over short. Two more runs were made in the eighth and the game was won. V. P. I. Defeated, 8-7 In this game Bud Ahbirt held V. P. l. in the tenth inning to give the Virginia team the game and to raise the Cavaliers' Southern Conference per centage to .667. Schwartz made the game-winning run in the tenth by crashing a two'bagger down the right field foul line. Spiders Overcome by Virginia, 4-2 The mound was occupied for Virginia by joe Mustard who was particularly anxious to win the game as he had dropped the previous game with Richmond in April, ?vO. Charlie Schwartz was behind the plate. ln the second frame, Shoor, Male, Mustard, and Poin' dexter crossed the plate for the Cavalier runs. This was only the Hfth defeat against Richmond, the State leaders. Cavaliers Upset Willianm and Mary, 11-4 In the closing game of the season, the visitors from Vwlilliamsburg were upset by the Virginia nine, 1l'4. Home runs were made by Poindexter, Abbitt, and Ayres. The season's nnal score was made by Ayres when he hit a homer to right center. The victory elevated the Cavalier record for the season to eight losses, eleven wins. Todd slides home. A Virginia run. SWIFT GIIISON, Manager JOHN ACREII . . . BEN ASHIIY . . . JAMIE BARNES . . WILLIAM CALowIaLL HARRY DINWIDIBIIE . DANIEL FORTLINOIIP WOooRu1f1f GIaoRoIz FRANCIS GORDON . CHARLES MAcIcENzIn PETER NISTAD . . JOSEPH PINIJER . . ORD PRESTON . LOUIS RIEDAVID . . JAMIIS SARGIENT . . TEAM THE RECORD Virginia ............ Virginia .... ...... Virginia .... ... . Virginia .... .... Virginia .... .... 9 , Virginia . . .... 11, Virginia .... .... Virginia .... .... 2 Q ViI'g'inia .... ..... Virginia. .. .... ...... . , E. R. SLAIIOI-ITIIR Coach SWIFT GIBSON Manager . . . First Base . . Pitcher . Outjielder . Outjieldev . Shortstop . Outjielder Outfielder Second Base . . Catcher , First Base . . Pitcher . . Pitcher . . . Catcher . . . . . Third Base I". U. M. A . . ..... lil Mc-Guires ... 2 W. and L. .... 4 XVoodheI'I'y ... ... 0 V. N. I. .... . . . 4 S.iN'I.A.... .....fl V.IVI.l.. .....13 VV. and TI. 1 Central .. 5 S. M. A. .. First Year Baseball Nineteen thirtyfsix brought forth one of the most successful campaigns that a Virginia Fresh' man Nine has ever waged. Getting away to a poor start by dropping the opening game to Fork Union by a l.9f5 score, the' Frosh came back in their second game, with Pinder striking out twelve men, and scored a 3f2 victory over Mc' Guires. Wzishiiigtoii and Lee took the third game by a score of 4f2, but after this, Virginia finished on top every time. Woodberry Forrest was swamped at the rate of 16f0, Sargent turn' ing in two triples and a home run. In the fifth game, Ashby's fine pitching gave the Virginia team a 9f4 decision over the V. M. I. Rats. S. M. A. was the next to fall, the final score being 1lf4, favor Virginia. Pinder held the Cadets to four hits, and garnered himself a triple and a homer. The fourthfinfa-row came when the Cavalier Frosh topped V. M. I. for the second time, to the tune of 14f13. In the second encounter with Washington and Lee, Virginia was victorious, Ashby giving only ive hits. Central High was easily beaten by the powerful batting of the Baby Cavaliers. Virf ginia took the iinal game of the season from S. M. A. by a score of 14f8. The team's lead' ing batter was Gordon, who turned in an averf age of .462 for the season. N741 MINOR SPORTS , -" ' -".. "' ..:' .-'E':'.-..L.'.fa....' ' '- 'RJ PRATT C. REMMEL Captain ROBERT L. ST. JOHN PRATT C. REMMEL VARSITY RCSS OUNTRY MR. ARC1iIE HAHN, BOE ST. JOHN . Coaches PRATT REMMEL . . EUGENE CUSHMAN . TEAM MOCHESNEY GOODALL, JR. CHARLES S. WHEELER SHEARER C. BOWMAN, JR. JOHN H. HEROLD . . . Captain . Manager ROBERT A. HANSON ALEXANDER COCKE On October seventeenth, the Virginia Cross Country team started its season. Their opponents, the University of Richmond runners, took the meet with the score, 39f23. Bob St. John, Virginia coach and captain, came in in second place after a Richmond man, in seventeen minutes, twenty' two seconds. In the second meet of the year, the Harriers defeated their adversaries, 44f17, with Bob St. John coming in first, running the threefmile in 16 minutes, '54 seconds. Goodall came in second. The following meet was again taken by Virginia. St. John again was the first to place, making the threefmile in 16.29, bettering his previous record. Roller, of William and Mary, came in a very close second, his time being 16.31. Goodall, of the Cavaliers, came in third. Virf ginia ended her cross country season in a triangular meet with Washingtoii and Lee and the Virf ginia Military Institute. St. John again came in first, but when the total number of points were counted, the Cavaliers were third. Goodall was elected captain for the 1937 season. 1 1 l1761 VARSITY SWIMMING FONTAINE C. ARMISTliAlD . . . Captain WARREN MONTAGUE . . . Coach RECORD Virginia . ...... 333 Duke ....... . . 51 Virginia . ...... 203 Washington and Lee . . . 61 Virginia .... Won by forfeitg Randolplvlvlacon . . . Virginia . ...... 30g William and Mary . . . 45' Virginia . . 30g Johns Hopkins . . . . 45 Virginia . . 155 Florida .... . . 67 Virginia . . 493 V. M. I. . . . . 37 RESUME Although the season record of the Varsity Swimming team, as a whole, was not impressive, there were frequent outstanding performances on the parts of various individual members of the team. Captain "Font" Armistead, though not always a win' ner, scored consistently in the dashes. Especially noteworthy was the fine distance swimming of George duPont in the 220' and 440'yard swims and in the relay. Mike Parker and Sol Goodman, next season's Co'Captains, were also among the fre' quent scorers in the distance swims and in the breaststroke, respectively. Walker Reynolds and Billy Weeks placed regu' larly in the dives, and Braselman, Brown, Coxe, Friedman, Wright, and Valz were faithful members of the squad. With the addition of some excellent material from this year's F1rst'year team, prospects for a successful season in 1938 are bright. Nx -Q FONTAIN li C. ARMISTIEAD Captain TEAM ARMISTEAID BRASFLMAN BROWN COKE nuPoN-r FRIEDMAN GOODMAN PARKER REYNOLDS VALZ WEEKS WRIGHT ll77l VARSITY GOLF A B CONNER W L REED S. A. CULBERTSON, II W. E. SHANNAHAN THOMAS SHEPHERD L. R. HAMMOND, JR. T. R. SHEPHERD fcaptainj Cdbfafn T. W. MURRELL, JR. J. B. T WYMAN GOLF SCHEDULE Virginia . . 5 V23 Davidson . . 1 ZVZ Virginia . . 20 3 Dartmouth . . 20 Virginia . . 18 g Villanova . . 0 Virginia . . 13 g V. P. I. . . . . 5 Virginia . . 17 g Boston College . . 1 Virginia . . 11 g Richmond . . . . 7 Virginia . . 1 6V2g Hampden'Sydney . . 1 M Virginia . . 9 3 W. and L .... . 9 Virginia ...... 1'7V2g Navy ....... 9K2 After losing their first match, the Virginia golfers marked up seven straight victories and a single tie to complete the most successful season a Cavalier team has enjoyed in many years. Immediatly following th upset by David' eson, it swung into a victory march which trampled underfoot Villanova, Dartmouth, V. P. I., Boston College, HampdenfSydney, Richmond College, and Navy, and was interrupted only once by a tie with Washington and Lee. In the Southern Conference tournament the University golfers were third, outranked by Duke, the winner, and Washington and Lee, in second place. Strengthened by several excellent men from last year's highly successful Freshman team, and fortunate in the good percentage of regular men still on hand, the varsity golf team can well look forward to as successfull a coming season as that of nineteen thirtyfsix. lQ178ll FIRST EAR SWIMMING TEAM BLAKIss1.IaE KIZQN WE,S,G,.R GRODON OWEN Woolmwanlu HALUY P1-1IeLPs YANCY SCHNEIDIIII TUTHILL RECORD Virginia --- ---16g Massanutten M. A. -- ----59 Vffgllliil --- .... 363 W. and L. ........ ----31 Virginia --- .... 623 William and Mary --- --,-12 Virginia --- .... 26g Augusta M. A. --- ----4O Vlfgllliil --- .... 28g Staunton M. A. -- ----38 RESUME The Firstfyear Swimming team experienced a fairly successful season, and like the Varsity, had a plentiful share of capable individual performances. The Washiimgtoim and Lee and Willialn and Mary freshmen were decisively beaten, but the Virginia yearlings dropped three meets to the powerful prep school representatives of Massa' nutten, Augusta, and Staunton Military Academies. Tom Yancey excelled in the baekfstroke, Halle, who set a new pool record for the fifty' yard breastfstroke, and Weisiger in the dives. Outstanding also were the performances of Schneider and Phelps. The other team members also showed great promise for the Varsity next year. R ' r lf179J VARSITY TENNIS HIiNRY GLASS lrf, JR ,........ Captain W. FiNli J. R. llIS1ll3liRNli R. H. HliNllY Virginia lg Yale ...... Virginia lg Amherst . . . Virginia 9g Richmond .... Virginia 9, Williztiii and lvlary . Virginia 6g C. C. ol' Virginia . Virginia 3 Norfolk Yacht Club Virginia 9, V. P. I ...... Virginia 53 Davidson Virginia 75 Navy ..... Virginia 8, Johns Hopkins . . Virginia 6' North Carolina State Virginia 5' Duke ...... Virginia 89 Ivlaryland .... Virginia 6' Vxfashington and Lee FIRST YE CARL ROHMANN . ...,.. Coach JOHN HuMii . . .... . Manager TEAM DAVID Bi.Ai.ofix DONALD JAY Coi.sTow CHRISTIAN DHCOURCY ORRICK Giaomnc DuNxi.rN JAMES PUTNAM B. LAMB BURTON SALPIETHR FRANK THOMPSON CARL ROHMAN ........... Coach J. W. JoN15s A. N. SLOAN F. D. WILLIA Although getting oil' to a slow start in dropping its Hrst two matches to Yale and Amherst, the Virginia tennis team picked up speed as the season pro' gressed and completed its fourteenfgame schedule in a whirlwind linish. Stung by their two initial defeats, the Cavalier netmcn turned about and, in quick succession, trounccd Davidson, Navy, Johns Hopkins, North Carolina State, Duke, Maryland, and Vifashington and Lee, lc-sing but one other match to the experienced Norfolk Yacht Club rep' resentativcs. Though every member of the team turned in an excellent seasonal performance, the singles play of Arnie Sloan and the doubles com' bination of Fine and Henry were particularly out' standing. AR TENNIS Virginia . . 8: Scarborough .... 1 Virginia . . 65 VV'oodberry Forest . . 0 Virginia . . ig Vwlashington and Lee . 1 Virginia . . 7g Vlfoodberry Forest . . 0 Virginia . . 7, S. M. A .... . U Virginia . . . 6, Duke . . . . 1 Virginia . . 75 Portsmouth . . 0 Virginia ..... 9: Central ...... U As the record of eight wins against no losses shows, the lfreslnnan team of 11136 was gm exceptionally fine Ong, Five of Virginia's opponents went down with a score of zero, while the other three were each able to place only one winning team on the courts. Thompson won most of the sets he played by a 6-0 score. ln the Washington and Lee match, Lay defeated Seddon in two sets, both being played in less than twenty-tive minutes. Duke afforded the closest competition of the season, but the Hnal score of the match was in Virginia's favor by five points. MS INTRAIVIURALS R. N. Hosicms Intramural Director Aided by added enthusiasm for Intramurals on the part of the student body as well as a higher appropriation than heretofore given the Intramural department, Mr. Robert Hoskins, Director of Intra- murals, has expanded his department until it now covers a larger scope than ever before. Despite the fact that Intramurals as an organization have been established here only in recent years, today it is one of, if not the feature extra'curricular activity of most of the students of the school. Each of the three school terms, Wiiiter, Spring. and Fall, have a complete schedule of sports offered them by the Intramural Department. Competition is mostly for teams and in some cases as in tennis and horseshoe pitching for both teams and indi' viduals. Two leagues have been organized, an independent league and a fraternity league. Teams representing fraternities participate in the latter and non'representative or independent teams, participate in the former. The fraternity league is the more highly developed of the two mainly because of the close organization of the competing groups and because of the incentive to win created by offering cups to winning teams and place teams. Inde' pendent winners are given medals. In addition to prizes for a sport championship, the fraternities compete in point scoring competition throughout the year, the winner receiving what has come to be familiarily known as the Big Cup. SPRING TERM Three sports were offered Intramural enthusiasts in the Spring of 1936. They were Playground baseball, a Track and Field Meet, and a tennis tournament. There wa.s no competition for indc' pendents in the track and field meet. In the fraternity league the Phi Kappa Sigma fra' ternity won the softball championship. There were TH I I182l IN NTRAMURALS E YEAR sufficient entries to warrant four divisions of six teams each. The four division winners were Phi Kappa Sigma, Delta Kappa Epsilon, St. Anthony, and Kappa Sigma. In the playoff to decide the fraternity champion, the Kappa Sigs and the Phi Kaps defeated their first round opponents and met in the finals. The Phi Kaps were the winners of thc final playoff and the Kappa Sigs won the runner'up cup. In the Independent softball league there were only two divisions. The Spartans and the Dobie Boys, a law school team, were the division winners and in the playoff for the league championship the Spartans carried away the honors. Because of final examinations, there was no playoff between the Independent and fraternity winners for the school championship. The Intramural Track and Field Meet for 1936 was the most successful of its kind since it was started here several years ago, both from the standpoint of the number of entrants and from the number of records broken. Alpha Tau Omega boys, sporting a championship team from the year before, repeated in 1936 and gave their house its second straight track champion' ship. Records in the 100 yard dash. the 220 yard dash, and the half'mile were set by the ATO boys. Second place went to St. Anthony, whose winning mile'relay team not only set a record in the event but also clinched second place in the meet for their house. Only three points separated the winners from the second place team. Delta Kappa Epsilon was third in the meet. Their third place was largely due to the efforts of the high scorer of the meet, a Deke man. Fourth place went to the Sigma Alpha Epsilon. There was no competition in this sport for independents. Tennis is one of the individual sports and is there' fore more appealing to independents than the other sports. An exceedingly large entry as well as un' favorable weather ran the tournament late into the term. The singles champion in this sport was an independent entrant, Ruebush, and the runner' up was Booker, another independent. The combi' nation of Booker and Smith in the doubles waded through all competition in that division for a win. The runners'up were Ruebush and Terrell. Tennis completed the Intramural program for the Spring term and at that time the Big Cup was awarded. Delta Psi, with a total of 310 points, was the winner. The Big Cup was presented to them on the afternoon of their traditional Major Bailey party. Second place went to Delta Kappa Epsilon. They had a total of 283 1f3 points and also had the distinction of winning more second places than all the other teams combined for the year. They received a plaque for second place. Alpha Tau Omega was third in thc Big Cup race, amassing a total of 282 1f2 points. Pi Kappa Alpha was fourth with 277 points. FALL TERM The fall term of 1936 offered three Intramural sports, touch football, volley ball, and horseshoe pitching. The defending champions in the touch football league for fraternities was St. Anthony. In three years of league competition as well as competition in school championship games, the St. Anthony boys had not been defeated. They met their hrst defeat in the 1936 playoffs at the hands of 'Delta Kappa Epsilon, the eventual winners of the touch football crown. Four divisions were necessary in the fraternity league and two in the independent league to accommodate the teams. The fraternity touch foot' ball division championships were won by the Dekes, St. Anthony, Beta Theta Pi, and Pi Kappa Alpha. Pi Kappa Alpha was the first team to lose out in a twofdefeat round-robin contest. Beta Theta Pi lost out next. The Dekes defeated St. Anthony 7'0 in the first meetinig of these two teams and it looked as if they were sure winners in the final game. The St. Anthony boys showed a complete reversal of form, however, and took the Dekes by a 21,0 score. A third game was necessary to break the tic, and in this final game the Dekes came back to win and carry away their first touch football trophy. It was the first time St. Anthony had failed to win in this sport since it has been organized here. In the Independent league the Dobie Boys and Mallet Hall, a dormitory team, were the winners of their divisions and in the playoff the Dobie Boys won the independent title. In the playoff for the school championship between the independent and the fraternity winners, the Dobie Boys took the Dekes by a decisive 21-6 score. The game was much closer than the score indicates and it was not until the final quarter that the Dekes wilted before the fast passing attack of the Dobie Boys. Another unprecedented thing occurred in this case since it was the first time an independent team had won the school championship. There was no independent volley ball league but the fraternity entry in this sport was the largest in its history here. Three divisions of seven teams each were necessary to accommodate the entry. The Dekes, Pi Kappa Alpha and St. Anthony were the division winners. In the final playfoff St. Anthony was the first to be eliminated in the two'defeat round'robin champion- ship series. Pi K. A. and the Dekes met in the finals and three games were necessary to decide the winner. The Dekes took the first game by a brilliant rally, lost the second when another equally as brilliant rally fell short two points, and fell before superior playing in the third game to lose the nnal game and the championship to Pi Kappa Alpha. This was Pi K. Afs Hrst team championship, al' though they have always figured prominently in the championship brackets. Horseshoe pitching, although not so popular in some places, proved to be one of the largest drawing cards of the Intramural season. Nine divisions were necessary to handle the competition in the singles and four doubles divisions were necessary. The division winners in the singles were: Knowles, Phi Delta Thetag Brown, Phi Kappa Sigg Rust, ..... . .,., , Q' ,.. .. ..... L. 'ga ,QSO L i ' is i f. L Q! i 4 - ,,."3."4'7i I- -'rar i- " - K Y so K .,. 1 'aff' '41 s H831 CHAMPION D. K. E. INTRAMURAL FOOTBALL TEAM S. A. E.: Bill Wilkiiison, Sigma Nug Davis, A. T. O.g Lefton, Pi Lambda Phig Male, Theta Delta Chig Robbins, Alpha Epsilon Pi. and Hartfield, P1 Epsilon Phi. In the playfoff for the singles championship Male, Theta Delta Chi, and Robbins, P. E. P., met in the Gnals, Robbins Hnally winning nip and tuck matches. Robbins medal for hrst place and Male a second place. out after two received a gold silver medal for competition in horseshoe pitching winners were, Flowers and Gordon, Beta Theta Pig Rust and McGrath, S. A. E.g Acree and Walbert, Delta Kappa Epsilon, and Lefton and Globeman, Pi Lambda Phi. In the doubles the four division Acree and Wzilbert, pitching for D. K. E. worked their way to the finals in the playoff but could not compete with the I..eftonfGlobeman combination and had to be content with second place. Lefton and Globeman were the winners and represented Pi Lambda Phi. This completed Fall Term activities and the stand' ing in the Big Cup race at that point was: First, Delta Kappa Epsilon with 85 pointsag second, Pi K. A, with 72 points: third, St. Anthony with 65' pointsg and fourth, Beta Theta Pi with forty' five points. WINTER TERM The winter term saw new teams move to the front in the Big Cup race. Pi K. A. continued their winning ways, the Betas came through with the most successful season and the Dekes and St. Anthony dropped back slightly. Boxing occupies the spotlight of winter sports not only in varsity competition but also in Intramurals at the University. The 1937 season in Intramurals IH-541 was no exception. Two elimination rounds were necessary before the quarterfhnals were reached in some of the weights. All but the final matches were held in the Varsity boxing room and a capacity crowd jammed the room each time. The finals were held in the main boxing ring in Memorial Gymnasium. Several hundred spectators were on hand and music for the occasion was furnished by the University Band. Head Varsity Boxing Coach john LaRowe was the most prominent guest present and his comments were all in praise of the excellent program offered. All the fights were fast and the contestants displayed considerable knowledge of thc game. The winners were as follows: lliflb, Class, Triplett, QS. A. EJ, l25'lb. class, Hilliard QBetaJ, l35flb. class, Seigel QT. E. PJ, 145-lb. class, Old QD, T. DJ, 155'lb. class, Opie fBetal, 165'flb. class, Homann fPhi Psij, 175flb. class, Seibels fBetaj, heavyweight, Parker, CD. K. EJ. As a result of three winners and a runnerfup, the Betas annexed the team boxing championship. Hilliard and Seibels were both defending champions and were succewful again in their respective weights. Opie was crowned a new champion to make the third Beta to win. Tau Epsilon Pi nosed out a close second by virtue of one champion and several finalists. Delta Kappa Epsilon was third, only one point behind the second place team, and Sigma Alpha Epsilon was fourth. The Betas followed up on this win by annexing the Indoor Track Meet title for the Hrst time. Previously the meet had been held in the spring but for 1937 it had been shifted to the winter. Because of a new Intramural ruling barring any man participating in a varsity sport from partici' pating in Intramurals during that term, the Indoor track meet was run off without some of the outstanding Intramural tracksters competing. The Betas won the team championship and the cup that goes with it. St. Anthony was second, Pi Kappa Alpha was third, and Kappa Sigma took fourth place. The last three teams named were very closely hunched and it was only a matter of frac' tions of points separating them. Another successful winter sport, hoth from the independent and fraternity standpoint, was hasketf hall. Sixteen independent and twentyfsix fraternity teams composed the two leagues. A grand total of four hundred and sixty players participated in the two leagues. There were four divisions in the fraternity league, some with .six teams and others with seven teams. The division winners were Theta Tau. defending basketball champs, Delta Psi, Delta Kappa Epsilon, and Phi Kappa Alpha. In the playoff for the fraternity league championship, Theta Tau and Delta Psi were the first to lose out. Delta Kappa Epsilon went into the hnals handicapped hy a technical loss and could not overcome the dis' advantage. Phi Kappa Alpha defeated them for the fraternity championship after two extremely close games. In the playoff eight teams were entered, the four division winners and the four second place teams in the divisions, This plan was inaugurated to give teams of championship calihre a chance if they are unfortunate enough to lose one or two games during the regular season hecause of an off night or lack of players. It proved so successful that the same policy will prohahly he followed in all team sports. The Dohie Boys took their second champion- ship of the year hy coming through to win the independent basketball title. The Spartans were second in the independent league. There was no school championship game. Sixteen teams were entered in the independent haskethall league, which was hy far the higgest entry in this sport since Intramurals were inaugurated here. Many of these teams were dormitory teams, a heretofore un- organized group. The dormitory councilors were largely responsihle for getting these teams together and it is helieved that in the future the dormitories will form a regular part of the independent entry in all Intramural sports. Handball, the fourth winter sport offered, also enjoyed a hanner season. Handball is open to both independents and fraternity men. Forty'five entrants were listed in the four wall singles and douhles and one wall singles. Trenton Ruehush, singles tennis champ, also annexed the four wall singles title. He then teamed with Ferguson to take the douhles four wall championship. Linne and Fortunoff were the masters in the one wall compef tition and in the hnal match hetween the two, Linnc came through with rally after rally to take the championship. At the end of the winter term. the Big Cup race had tightened up and a new fraternity was leading the pack. Beta Theta Pi, hy virtue of two winter term championships. had amassed a total of 266 points to take the lead in the race. Delta Kappa Epsilon, leaders at the end of the Fall term, were in second place and only two points hehind the leaders. They had a total of 264. One point hack of the Dekes came the Pi Kappa Alpha hoys. Three points separated the three leading teams as the Spring Term sports started for 1937. St. Anthony, winners of the Big Cup in 1935536 were in fourth place with 247 points and almost out of the race. H851 .,, u, no x 'lp ll L JC-. .' ff: . .4 -,JA .-65. .J- lf", . . .yi , .2 - v, -,-'.v 5.-. Id 4615- ,df - -fm' -fr, - -'.'. , .',- .r 0 ,. ,4 ,-j.: '.' 1 ff' ' S". I - . ' . ' f .- . u ' 1 'ou o 'Q .. 1-, 7.-, Wg,-, '---j'.'..f'. .' gn g 5.5.5 .,-. 53.5-, .,-,. 7, . ,. ., -.,,. ,H ..,.. ,, .x .. - .. . ..,-. vw. ., . .s-,I f.:. - U, -F' . FRATERNITIES X4 v J ' - 'im War we -Ein ' NV Ihr SM. I NAP, Y T'-JI' J 'ggi' an SHO! iz" ! w ,Q a . ww, W 9 4 V- ..'j'?M'ig V H I . . -el ' ,. ' ...Q ., ' 'rg' y. . qr, ..t , . -. Q , ,U--' f. 4: ,i Iwi W .Q '. A ' , Q ,' I 1'-I N-5,1 -Iv .I 3, 1 ' K IQ np. f '. 1191 5 U5 ' ., . .. -. V59 . 'I I 'J :'g.y-123-X" ' ' A .- w ' 'f '-1-.'1. -f-f'-"fM .x . H ' ' .tru - - . 'a M: Q. ,i H ,MM . I f Z . '- -3.--,x .Hgh , 7 ,Q 'Y' g. :':x linux' I J A I I' g i .X -QL INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL OFFICERS GRIN: GLOVHR BIsRKIcI.IiY . . ..,. .,.... P rcxideuz l:Rlil7liRlCK C. LovIT'I' . . ...... Vi'cufPresidani EVAN lVlAl.I2 . . . Sccrcta1'yfTrcaxurcr Alpha Epsilon Pi . Alpha Tau Omega . Beta Theta Pi . . Chi Phi ..... . Delta Kappa Epsilon Delia Tau Delia . . Delta Upxilcm . . Kappa Alpha . . Kappa Sigma . Phi Alpha. . . Phi Delia Tlieta . . Phi Epsilon Pi . . Phi Gamma Delia . Phi Kappa Psi , . C1II5s'rlzR ROmIINs . . AllilllSTLlS Evvs . . LAWIufNcIa Liaia . . .liiuao LOvIT'I' AI.IiIsRT RIcUTLlNI:IaR . RANDOLPII BROWN . . .Flush Dlsquia EDWIN VJORMINGTON . KNOX TuRNnI,iLI ClLl4liRT SALMAXVITZ . . VINOI-:NT JONES RIOIIARO GoI.IisMI'rII . LUIiW1ILL BALDWIN Glillili BliRKliI.liY H1891 Phi Kappa Sigma Pi Kappa Alpha Pi Lamhda Phi . Delia Pxi. . . Dalia Phi. . . Sigma Alpha Eps Sigma Chi. . . Sigma Nu . Sigma Phi Epxilim Tau Epxilon Phi . 'Theta Chi. . . 'Theta Delta Chi Zeta Baia 'Tau . Zeta Psi. . . ilml . . STEWART BROWN . . RIOIIAIQD MARVIS . . BIINTON TI51f'I'ON . . WALIQHR .IONIBS . . .MCFAIu.ANImSI:IsLLY . Hiaizisum CIIAPIN WILLIAM SOIr'I'iic:A'rI: . Giaoxrsia Emvfxiuis . . .Joie RIaYNOLIus . ARNOLD AVRUTINIQ . . RICHARD Foiuuzs . . EVAN j. MALIS . . . . JACOB KATZ . Hum-I LIVIQNOOOD 1 9 3 7 CORKS AND CURLS VIRGINIA ETA CHAPTER Founded at 'Yale in 1844 Established at the University of Virginia on November 26, 1852 DR. STAIGE DAVIS HEDLEY MCNEER BOWEN EDWARD WATTS GAMBLE J. MALCOLM LUCK MAYNADIER MASON PAGE BOWIE CLACETT C. COBURN DARLING, JR. JAMES EASLEY EDMUNDS, III DUNCAN CHAPIN GIBB DUNCAN HAWLEY DANIEL ALGER JENKINS JOHN SCOTT KEGLER JOHN WESLEY LEYS FRATRES IN FACULTATE LLEWELLYN GRIFFITH HOXTON, B.S., M.A., PH.D. JOHN JENNINGS LUCK, M.A., PH.D. FRATRES IN URBE BLACKFORD FRANK AUEREY MASSIE ROGER RICHARD RINEHART JACK RINEHART GUS TEBELL DAVID JOSEPH WOOD College JOHN HENRY NOLL JOI-IN P. PRICHARD ALBERT FONTAINE REUTLINGER EDWARD JONES RICHARDSON, JR. LOUIS WOODBURY SCHMIDT HENRY KINSEY SPOTSWOOD WILLIAM RAWLE WEEKS, II JOHN WHITE AGREE RALPH WITTEN FEIL GLENN DIXON HENDERSON BENJAMIN THOROGOOD KINSEY CHALMERS TORREY MCCALLUM JAMES MERCER G. MCGUIRE LEWIS WEST OEHMIG EDWIN PEARSON PARKER, III ROBERT CRENSHAW WATTS, JR. WILLIAM G. WILLCOK ROBERT HANSON Law EDWARD GRIFEITH DODSON, JR. MATTHEW CULLEN WILKIN GORDON FRYER RAINEY WILLIAM LOUIS ZIMMER, III JOHN WINSTON WALBERT Medicine S. NORELEET ETHERIDGE, JR. RANDOLPH GARNETT INITIATES ARTHUR HERBERT BRYANT KENNETH REUTLINGER PAUL GRAVES JAMES M. DIAL RICHARD MCCREARY TAYLOR DELANCEY OBER PICHECRU WOOLFOLK Il90I l.. Back Row: Hanson, Clagctt, NlcCallum, McGuire, Willcox, Acrcc, Hcnclcrson, Kinsey, Parker. Tlzird Row: Darling, WlllbCl't, Wzztts, jenkins, P1'icl1a1'c.l, Oclimig, Schmidt, Edmunds, Gibb, Wccks, Ricliarclson, Rcutlingcr, Kcglcr, Spots' wood, 'lcllcrson fjanitorj. Second Row: Hawley, Etheridge, Wilkilm, Zimmer, Dr. Hoxton, Rainey, Tclvcll, Lcys, Dodson, Gai'- nctt, Noll. Front Row: Bryant, Obcr, Taylor, Dial, Wmmolfmwlk, Graves, Rcutlingcr. DELTA KAPPA EPSILON 1 9 3 7 CORKS AND CURLS VIRGINIA ALPHA CHAPTER Founded at Jefferson Couege, Iss: Established at University Of Virginia, 1853 FRATRES IN FACULTATE GEORGE BOARDMAN EAGIIR, JR., B.A., LL.B. RICHARD HEATH DABNEY, M.A., PH.D. OSCAR SWINEFORD, JR., B.A., M.D. FRATRES IN URBE THOMAS MUNFORD BOYD JOHN HUNTER ROBINSON WILLIAM EDGCOMB DALE WILLIAM ANDREW DICKENSON IIITZHUGI-I ELDER, JR. STEPHEN BENTON ELKINS WILLIAM EDWARD FRANCIS WILLIAM TIPI-ETT GRASTY College MARCELLUS A. JOHNSON, III LEWIS CASS REID ROBERT MURDAUGH REED THOMAS MCCREERY SAWYERS JOHNNY SCOTT ALLEN NEVI3 WHITE, JR. Law JOHN MITCHELL WOODS BACON ROBERT FREDERICK S. HOMANN GRIFF GLOVER BERKELEY DAVID ROGERS OWEN HARVEY THOMAS HALL, JR. THOMAS MARSHALL WILLIAM DELDIIN WATLING . Medicine RICHARD PHILLIPS BELL, JR. JOHN ALEXANDER COOKE ROBERT MONTGOMERY BIRD, JR. LESLIE MAC LISLE, JR. INITIATES GEORGE HANK BALSLEY ANDREW JACKSON BRENT DOUGLAS BUNTING, JR. JOSEPH B. CHAEEE JOHN MAJOR CONWELL , WILLIAM ALEXANDER DAIINEY COLUMBUS HAILE, III I192I DAVID BARHYDT MARSHALL GILBERT NALLE GEORGE LEWIS PITZER JOE LESTER POWELL WILLIAM NATHANIEL THOMAS, ARTHUR TUTHILL ROBERT KAY WOLTZ wcll. Hnilc, Dnlwncy, W. lcy, Tlumms, Scott, Murslmll, T., Bird. bL'L'U7ld Row: julmslm, Francis, Ruud, Dickcnsnn Hack Row: Bunting, Wmwllz, Pilzcr, Tmlmill, Con Elkins, Elder, Crusty, Codec, Bull, Szlwycrs. Dr. Dnlmcy, R, Hunumn, Hull, Wzltlilmg. IKAPPA PSI Il93l 1 9 3 7 Third Row: Bucsm, Mill'Sl1llll, B. Reid, Nnllv, Balls Scaled: Wlmitc, Dulc, Owcn, Mr. Ezngcr, Bcrkclcy CORKS AND CURLS' E T A C H A P TE R Founded at the University of Pennsylvania 1850 Established at the University of Virginia December 31, 1855 FRATRES IN FACULTATE LEWIS MACHEN HAMMOND, PH.D. GEORGE COOPER, M.D. HUNTER FAULCONER WARREN S. LEE FRATRES IN UREE FONTAINE C. ARMISTEAD JAMES D. BLACKWELL LEROY E. BROWN, III STUART E. BROWN, JR. SHIRLEY B. BRAZELMAN FREDERIC CAMPBELL, JR. WRAY T, COOPER JAMES DREURY WOOD College WILLIAM E. GILLIAM JOHN H. GUY, JR. ALVAH L. HERRING, JR. CHARLES D. KELLOGG PHILLIP M. MINOR WILLIAM M. MOORE WELLIFORD L. REED JOHN M. NOKES, M.D. WILLIAM LAIRD RICHARD TERRILL MINOR LYTTLETON W. WOOD JAMES M. REESE FRANCIS B. RHEIN WILSON L. SMITH, JR. THOMAS BRANDER TALIAFERRO THOMAS B. WPIITESIDE T1-IEA T. WAINWRIGHT LESLIE EXSHAW FREDERICK C. ZEISBERG, JR. STEPHEN R. DAVENPORT, II GEORGE HANNAI1 REESE, JR. Law JULIUS BIRGE JAMES E. RAY A. SIDNEY BUFORD, III WILLIAM V. RAWLINGS JOHN B. JEFFRIES, III DONALD Q. TAYLOR GEORGE WALTER MAPP, JR. JAMES MCLEMORE Medicine WILLIAM S. BANKS CHARLES N. ROMAINE, JR. MCLEMORE BIRDSONG NORMAN C. SCOTT G-racluate PEYTON HARRISON HOGE, III INITIATES JOHN U. BENSON JOHN D. BLACKWELL BODLEY BOOKER, JR. THOMAS G. CAUTHORNE ROBINSON S. BROWN, JR. CHARLES H. GREGORY THOMAS H. LEARY PRESTON B. LORRANCE GEORGE F. MARKHAM HAMILTON MCKINNEY Engineeving FRANCIS GEORGE DUPONT l'l94'l ALEXANDER W. NEAL, JR. FRED G. POLLARD FRANK T. SUTTON, III CARTER E. TALMAN JOHN PARKE SIMPSON, JR. Back Raw: Leary, john Blackwell, Sutton. Tlzml Row: Lorrnnee, McKinney, Lean, Pollurnl Brznselnmn, Cooper, Kellogg, Llullont, Exslmw Tnlnmn, Cnnlluorne. Second Row: Benson, Moore, W:1i11wr'iglxL, Her ring. -I. Reese, S. Brown, Rhein, L. Brown Tnliuferro, Cannplwell, Guy, Buford, Wlmilesiale First Row: Zcislwerg, james Blnekwell, Mapp, Bird song, Taylor, Reed, Banks, Hoge, G. Reese Al'lI1lSlClltl, Minor, Birge. I KAPPA SIGMA Iwi! 1 9 3 7 CORKS AND CURLS OMICRON CHAPTER Established at University of Virginia in 1854 FRATRES IN FACULTATE ALBERT JULIUS BARLOW, M.A., C.P.A. HARDY CROSS DILLARD, LL.B. WILLIAM HARRISON FAULKNER, M.A., PHD. ARCHIBALD BOLLING SHEPPERSON, M.A., PH.D. SAMUEL ALFRED MITCHELL, M.A., PH.D. FRATRES IN URBE GEORGE BUDD DILLIARD CHARLES VENAELE MINOR WILLIAM HARRISON SMITH DR. C. C. TENNANT LEE SCOVILLE TILTON MCLANE TILTON, JR. MCLANE TILTON, III GEORGE WALKER College J ROBERT TAIT DORNIN JOHN EDMUND MORRIS HUME, JR. GEORGE HORACE FLOWERS HIRAM LINDSAY GPIB, JR. EDWARD R. W. MCCABE, JR. GEORGE HOWARD COREY WILLIS DRYANT JONES, JR. PHILIP COCKE TROUT NOEL CRAWFORD BRIDE GEORGE G. SEIBELS LAWRENCE LEE, JR. WALKER REYNOLDS, JR. EUSTACE CONWAY MONCURE GUY DAVIS IVIULFORD CARL FLEMING, JR. WILLIS COLQUIEHOUN CAMPBELL, JR, Law NATHANIEL LONGSTREET BARNWELL JOHN PAGE ELIOT ROBERT LOVE ST. JOHN WILLIAM LARKIN WILLIAMS CAREY NELSON DAVIS, JR. JAMES HENNING HILLIARD JUNIUS R. FISHBURNE Medicine WIER MITCIIELL TUCKER . Engineeving DONALD LEWIS FITZHUGH JOHN JERAULD OWEN PERRIN GEORGE MARCFI, III Pledges WILLIAM EDWARD DUNHAM, JR. JAMES HARPER POOR GARNET ALEXANDER Y. P. GARNET, JR. WILLIAM ARTHUR CHENOWETH, JR. TASWELL MORTON GARRINGTON, IV WINSTON MCNEILL SOMERVILLI5 BEVERLEY RANDOLPH TUCKER, JR. PRESTON HALSTEAIJ DALGALISH ELMON ADAM MILLER, JR. REGAN FULLER WILLIAM WILSON KOONTZ EDWARD TUCKER HARRISON ROBERT FORTESQUE WHITTLE LAWRENCE TALBOT GORDON ARMISTEAD PEYTON CARTER BYRD WEISIGER ROBERT CARTER H961 lk ' B 0 aw BETA Top Row: Koontz, Somerville, Harrison, Wlmittle Tucker, Dal Ylislu, Carrin vton, Gordon. E l- Third Row: Corey, Dunluzun, Garnet, Cordon Garnet, Miller, Fuller, Cluenowetlm. Second Row: Trout, Lee, March, Davis, Ivlulforcl Camplwell, Owen, Eliot, Willizlllms. Seated: Bnrnwell, Dornin, Opie, jones, Seiluels Fitzlmglu, Nloncurc, St. John, McCabe. I-IETA PI ll97l 1 9 3 7 a CORKS AND CURLS N U C H A R G E Founded at Union College in 1847 Established at University of Virginia, 1857 FRATRES IN FACULTATE ALBERT GEORGE ADAM BALZ, B.A., M.A., PH.D. JAMES COOK BARDIN, M.D. KENNETH FULLER MAXEY, B.A., M.D., D.P.H. GEORGE BASKERVILLE ZEHMER, B.S., M,A. VINCENT WILLIAMS ARCHER, B.S., M.D. JAMES ROBERT CASH, M.A., M.D. JOHN SPOTTSWOOD GRAVES HEWSON MICHIE A. D. HART DEAN TILMAN THOMAS HEWSON ROBERT HAMLET ABBITT, JR PRIETH FAITOUTE BENEDICT CHARLES HENRY BERGMANN FREDERICK JOHN CRAMER HARRY WESLEY FINNELL, JR WILLIAM FRAMPTON, III FRANKLIN SWIFT GIBSON, II HENRY A. WISE HARPER, JR. FRATRES IN UREE LEWIS GRAVES, JR. JESSE BIRCH WILSON EDWARD ROLL LINDSEY C. BLANTON WILLIAM A. MCCLUNG, JR. College ALLAN WATSON HAZARD JOHN BRADFORD HUNTER, II EDWARD STANLEY KLEIN, JR. WILLIAM INGHAM MCGOWAN EVAN JAMES MALE FREDERICK HERBERT OI-IL CHARLES D. WADSWORTII, JR. JOEL EDGAR THOMPSON CHESTER SELTZER JOHN WILLIAM BLAKESLEE CHARLES FREDERICK WONSON GEORGE THURMAN KEYES, JR JAMES SARGEANT RAYMOND C. DINGLEDINE, JR. JAMES W. MALLOY, JR. WILLIAM BOLE HOPKINS ALVIN ADAMS Law ROBERT MALCOLM BOOTH HARRY ELLWOOD CLARK, JR. MARION SIMS DAVIDSON Medicine JOHN CURTIS CRAWFORD JOHN CHAPMAN WATSON Architecture AVRIL PALMER Engineering GORDON LOUIS INGRAHAM EDMUND A. WELLINGHOFF Graduate CHARLES FREDERICK SCHWARTZ, B.A. CHARLES HOMER BAST, B.S. ll981 '-" ' "' ""?V'.f.'f7"" if "L 1':4u,xa:c..-f..-1-..-i,.v,..',g' EIL. ' ""'. .. .....,...,.v,,-,.-. M .M , ,. . .,.. ., , ' "" " 'N "......."""l.1',fJ2Q.iI.LLI...T.'Zi'J.a4.JA""' L.EB'h ld... ..,,., - lll,:,i.U"'.f.2.'i,..!ll ll ll lnnirwigallll Bast, Male, Bergmann, Cramer, Ahhitt, S. Klein, Ohl, Frampton. Middle Row: Banks fjanitorj, Adams, Bowden, Hunter, Finnell, Marshall, Mahoney, Ingrahain, McGowan, Hopkins, Vxfaclsworth, Vaughan, From Row: Davidson, Happer, Benedict, Schwarz. Wellilwglwcmff. Back Row: Wcmimsoim, Sargeant, Baehman, Blakesf lee, Seltzer, Dingledine, Thompson, Vxfoodward, lvlalloy, Palmer, A. Klein. TI-IETA DELTA CHI ll99l 1 9 3 7 CORKS AND CURLS OMICRON CHAPTER Founded at jeg efso A College in 1848 Established at the University Of Virginia in 1858 HARRY ROGERS PRATT HENRY FONDA WILLIAM HILDRETH FRANK MCCUE WILLIAM LUDWELL BALDWIN, JR. KENNETH HENRY BEER FRATRES IN FACULTATE ARMISTEAD MASON DOBIE, M.A., LL.B., S.J.D. EVERETT FOGY DAVIS, B.S., PH.D. THOMAS HAYHURST EVANS, B.S., M.S. FRATRES IN URBE NORMAN KELSEY HOWARD HITCHCOCK BUTZ MARSHALL WELLS BEIRNE HOPKINS T. L, FARRER D. M. CHALMERS HARRISON BOLIVAR TUCKER College KENNETH WARREN HOLEERT FRANCIS BAIN HOOPES FRANCIS SHELDON SARGEANT CHARLES ELLIOTT WHEELER JOSEPH LARKIN EYRE CHIZETHAM, JR. BYRON HILLIARD LAMOTTE WILLIAM COALE WORTHINGTON JOSEPH SMITH COCHRAN, JR. JOHN DAINGERFIELD LEBOURGEOIS CECIL JOHNSTON WRIGHT, JR. LOUIS NELSON DIERELL, JR. EDWARD HOWE MILLER, JR. MORTON MCDOWELL WRIGHT E. FRANTZ HERSHEY GEORGE METCALFE MURRAY, JR. RANDOLPH MILLS VALz, JR. RICHARD BANKS PAYNE WILLIAM THOMAS PURDUM Law CADWALLADER JONES COLLINS ROY FRANKLIN PARKER, II GEORGE LESLIE GULLETTE FERDINAND POWELL, JR. CHARLES STONE Medicine EDGAR CLAYTON BRANTLY, JR. HERBERT MCKELDON SMITH, JR. ROBERT LEE PAYNE, JR. RUDOLPH BOLLING TBUSLER Engineering JOHN RUTHERFORD BENNETT, JR. JAMES CAMPBELL STRAS, JR. Architecture WILLIAM WHITFIELD PATTERSON Graduate JAMES IRBDELL JENKINS INITIATES STEPHEN G. CAREW JAMES I. CODDINGTON, JR. EDWARD GILL FACE, JR. OMAR CONGER FITCH WILSON ARBUTHNOT HANNA, JR WILLIAM HERBERICH ARTHUR CHRISTIAN HILMER, JR. l2ooI ROBERT HENRY HOUSER JOSEPH WILSON MCDONALID MARVIN BANKS PERRY, JR. ROBERT CANTRELL SIMMONS, JR. CHARLES K. WARREN LAWRENCE CHANCLER WILD THOMAS SPOTSWOOD YANCEY Back Row: Mk'DllI1ZlILl, Yauwcy, Lcwis fjllllflllfy, Boynlcm, Salrgcamt. I"lH47'llI Row: Simmons, Curcw, Pcrr , NVau'rcn Y Hanna, lfucc, Huuscr. Third Row: Wilci, Hcrlwcrcich, Cmldinglun, HH' mer, Fitch, Hershey. Suns, Wl'igl1L, C. Second Row: Pnync, Lcllmnxgcuis, WlIL'ClCI, Par' kcr, Hulbert, W4mx'tl1, Cochran, Miller, Bcnncll. Fivxt Row: Collins, Purdum, Bvcr, Vnlz, Putlcrsun, Mummy, Bulnlwin, Lz1MuLtc, W1'iglmt, M, PHI GAMMA DELTA L2o1J 1 9 3 7 CORKS AND CURLS VIRGINIA OMICRON CHAPTER Founded at the University of Alabama on March 9, 1856 Established at the University Of Virginia On February 16, 1858 FRATRES IN FACULTATE IVIIELVIN G. DECHAZEAU, B.A., M.A., PH.D. GARRARD GLENN, B.A., LL.B. ATCHESON L. HENCH, M.A., PH.D. FRATRES IN URBE REV. HENRY E. BATCHELER FRANK W. FOOTE, B.S., M.D. JUDGE CALLAN BROOKS CHARLES E. MORAN PIERRE S. COLLINS ALBERT YORK College WILLIAM BROCKLISS ATKINSON NORMAN RICHARD BURNETT HERBERT BAKER CHAPIN EUGENE LAVATER CUSHMAN GEORGE HILLARY DUNKLIN WILLIAM ROBERT ELLIS RICHARD JO1-IN ELY JOHN HIENRY HEROLD JOIIN FUQUA KIZER ROGER HENRY MCGRATH LANCELOT LONGSTREET MINO PRATT CATES REMMEL JOHN GUTHRIE RUST CHARLES TENCH TILGHMAN HIENRY ALANSON TREDWELL, JR. WILLIAM SAMUEL VERPLANCK, JR JAMES ASHFORD WALLACE FRANCIS MARION WARD, III CHARLES SMITH WHEELER CHARLES READY WILLIAMSON R, JR. Law JAMES RUSSELL BLAKENEY RICHARD ANDREW JACKSON CLARENCE ANDREW CLAYBROOK FRANK MCCONNELL LANDEFELD ROBERT MONTGOMERY Engineering ROBERT RUDOLPH RUETSCI-II JOSEPH EDWARD BECKWITH JOHN RANDOLPH CROWN YUILLE HOLT, JR. JAMES MICHAEL KELLY DOUGLAS KINCAID EDWARD ARTHUR LOVE GEORGE SWIGGART MILES INITIATES GEORGE JAMES QXRIDER THOMAS RUSSELL PRICE JAMES SALMOND, III WILLIAM SHEEEIELD JAMES MELVILLE TAYLOR CHARLES HECTOR TRIPLBTT THOMAS ROANE WARING CHARLES RAPELYE WYCKOFF IN MEMORIAM FREDERICK TAYLOR PCLLARD Died January 16, 1937 I202I Back Row: Claybrook, Kincaid, Ruetschi, Miles, Love, Price, Beckwith. 'Third Row: Nlarshall fporterj, Burnett, Jackson, Blakeney, Tilghman, Wallace, Montgomery, Welclx, Wlmeelc1', Ellis, Herold, Dunklin, Mll1Ol' Verplanck, Rust. 1 Second Row: Wa1i'd, McGrath, Ely, Cushman. Glenn, Rcmmel, Kizer, Williallmsoil, Chapin, Landefeld, Pollard. First Row: Kelly, Oxrider, Salmond, Waring, Trip' lctt, Crown, Holt, Taylor. SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON 1 9 3 7 CHARLES GIBSON MIDDLETON, JR. JAMES BURKETT WINSTEAD CORKS AND CURLS UPSILON CHAPTER Founded az Columbia College in 1847 Established at the University of Virginia, April 28, 1879 WILLIAM JETT LAUK, JR. LLEXVELLYN MILLER ALERED RIVIES BERKBLEY, JR. RICHARD RYERSON BERNARD ROBERT MURRAY BLAKE JAMES BURTON BRAUN GEORGE DOUGLAS MILLER CARY RALEIGH COLSTON CHRISTIAN SAMUEL ALEXANDER CULEERTSON, II FRATER IN FACULTATE WILLIAM HENRY WHITE, JR. FRATRES IN URBE EDWARD DICKINSON TAYLOE CUTHBERT TUNSTALL College WILLIAM CONWAY DOAK XVOODRUFF GEORGE, JR. DAVID ALEXANDER HARRISON, ALVIN HAYWARD HOWARD JOHN WALKER JONES HENRY CAEELL MADDUX, JR. DAVID TODD AUGUSTINE W. TUCKER, JR. LANDON CARTER WELLFORD ARMISTEAD DANDRIDGE WILLIAMS CARRINGTON WILLIAMS, JR. JAMES HOGE TYLER WILSON DIECOURCY WRIGHT ORRICK, JR. JOSEPH WILLIAM PINDER Law RICHARD AYLETT CAEELL VIRGINIUS RANDOLPH SHACKELEORD, JR. GORDON SALA REGAN CHARLES BAILEY SLAUGHTER FRANK FLOURNOY ROEERSON ARNOLD NETHERWOOD SLOAN LYNE MONCURE SHACKELFORD FRANK LESLIE WATSON, JR. MCDONALD WELLFORD Engineering JOHN FORSYTH COEE GLENN ALBERT SAMUEL ROBERTS, JR. HENRY BELL LAIDLAW JESSE JONES STOCKER Graduate WILLIAM GREEN POINDEXTER, JR. Pledges THOMAS PINCKNEY BRYAN, JR. RICHARD WATKINS CARRINGTON, JR. CHARLES TABB GEORGE FRANK LANNEAU FULLER, JR. RICHARD WALTER JONES ROBERT SHEFFEY PRESTON, JR. CONWAY RULON-MILLER JOHN ROLLINS RUMERY PETER KYLE SHEFFIELD ARTHUR LLOYD SYMINGTON RICHARD BURWELL WILLIAMS f204'I 15.1 .. Top Row: Cabell, Tucker, A. Williams, L. Well- ford, Poindexter, Braun. Fourth Row: Regan, Blake, Glenn, Bernard, Wat' -f1i,l"l'Q'- "H EE: son, W. Jones, Howard, Laidlaw, Maddux, i 9" Todd, Cary. Third Row: M. Welllord, Doak, Slaughter, Win' -g ff stead, Berkeley, Pinder, Middleton, W. George, EE V. Slmackellord, Wilson. .f 'i' Q Second Row: Roberts, Symington, Harrison, C. ,,'7"fj ,,f,ll,Z4lLs Williams, L. Slmackelford, Christian, Roberson, 4. Carrington, Bottom Row: Bryan, R. W. jones, Fuller, Preston, Rumery, Sliellield, R. Williams, RulonfMiller, T. George. DELTA PSI FRATERNITY 1 9 3 7 CORKS AND CURLS ALPHA CHAPTER Founded at Princeton University in 1824 Established at the University Of Virginia in 1859 FRATRES IN FACULTATE WILLIAM ALLISON KEPNER HENRY H. CUMMING FRATRES IN URBE THOMAS L. ROSSER JOHN G, Luca College ROZIER CLAGETT BAYLY GEORGE L. CHRISTIAN, III EDWARD RYANT DYER, JR. JOHN MALCOLM FIRTH, JR. EDWARD HARVEY SMITH FRANK DEANE WILLIAMS, JR LANG DAYTON A GEORGE KELLOGG HOOKER HENRY LORNE WYATT THOMAS DWIGHT MORRIS Law WILLIAM BODDIE BARTELS PHILIP JOSEPH BEATTIE, JR. GERALD Ross HART JAY CURTIS JAMISON, JR. THOMAS J. LAFFEY, JR. FREDERICK CAREY LOVITT BENJAMIN SPOTTSWOOD PRESTON, JR. CHARLES EARL SMITH, JR, ALEXANDER ATKINSON WALDROP, JR. EDWARD FRANKLIN YOUNGER, JR. Medicine HENIKY HASKINS FERRELL, JR. IvoR DAVID HARRIS JAMES BAKER TWYMAN Engineering ROBERT CRAIG CARRIGK WILLIAM BERRIAN HOOPER KEPNER INITIATES JOHN STANARD ARCHER, JR. THOMAS CAROLIN CLAY' LEROY COOPER WALTER MOE CUSHMAN DONALD KUYKENDALL DAYTON I206I EDWARD MARTIN LAWRENCE JAMES MCDONNELL MANIRE ROY MASSEY JOHN CRISLER MGCORMAGK DANIEL HARMON PAYNE Back Row: Archcr, Don Dayton, Cooper, Mcffurf muck, Clay, Murphy, Mzmirc, Massey, Luw rcncc. Micitiie Row: Phil Porter, Smith, Kcpncr, Dyer, Harris, L. Dayton, Morris, Huukcr, Christian, Cilshmun, Bnyly, Hurt. From Row: Beattie, Luiicy, Firth, Dr. Kcpncr, - Lovitt, Ferrell, Carrick, Jamison, Willizxilis. CHI PHI FRATERNITY 1 9 3 7 CORKS AND CURLS PSI CHAPTER Founded at Miami University in 1855 Established at the University of Virginia in 1860 FRATER IN FACULTATE LAWRENCE THOMAS ROYSTER, M.D. FRATRES IN URBE STEPHEN HURT WATTS, B.A., M.A., M.D. GEORGE PERKINS, B.S., LL.D. College WILLIAM HARDING CARTER, II JEFF AUDREY MARMON, JR. WILLIAM BROWN SOUTHGATE JOSEPH WENTWORTH COXE, III Ross SANNER MICKEY LUTHER LOWERY SULLIVAN ROBERT JOHN FALLERT HARVEY MYERS JAMES DOUGLAS WATT FREDERIC HAROLD HURDMAN, JR. MARSHALL A. NEILAN, JR. BARTRAM HAINES VJOODRUFF THOMAS DOWNMAN RUTHERFOORD RAPP BRUSH, JR. CHARLES REED SMOOT Law JOHN BENTLEY ANDERSON PAUL CONWAY SMITH GEORGE HINSON PARKER MERVIN ALLEN ZIEGLER Medicine THOMAS MADDEN FOLEY JOHN GRANVILLE CRAWFORD WILLIAM PINKERTON MULFORD PLEDGES DOUGLAS R. AVBRITT WILLIAM FRANCIS BENNETT EDWARD LEWIS CROSBY RICHARD LAURENS DIISAUSSURE WILLIAM G. HALSEY WILLIAM TERRY, JR. F2081 AUBREY EATON HARVEY FRANK W. HEMPSTEAD WILLIAM E. KREIDLER JOHN WILLIAM REED WILLIAM B. SANDERSON Back Row: Crosby, Halsey, Kreidler, Terry, Ben- nett, Reed, Averitt. Middle Row: Wzxtt, Hurelmnn. Sullivan, Mickey. Brush, Rutlxerfuorcl, Wcmod1'Llll, Myers, Mnrmcm. Seated: Neilzm, Foley, Southgate, Fallert, Andcrf son, Smoot, Carter. SIGMA CHI FRATERNITY 1 9 3 7 CORKS AND CURLS. ALPHA CHAPTER Founded at the University of Virginia, March 1, 1868 FRATRES IN FACULTATE J. L. NEWCOMB, B.A., C.E., President of the University R. M. BIRD, B.S., B.A., PH.D. li. P. DUNNINGTON, B.S., C.E., M.E. J. H. R. T. A, C. GORDON, JR., B.A., M.A., PH.D. R. H. DR, WILLIAM D. HADEN LLEWELLYN P, HIADEN CLIEMENT D. FISHBURNE JOHN W. FISHBURNE JUDGE A. D. DAENEY EDMUND F. TIGER, JR. ANDREW J. LOWNDES, III WILLIAM D. HADEN, JR. SPENCER G. GILL, JR, ROBERT C. Cox JOHN C. FERGUSON SIDNEY WATSON JOHN W. MORSE WILLIAM S. SMITH WILLIAM E. BRAY, JR. VICTOR F. MARSHALL J. FRANK ELLIOT HARMAN A. DINWIDDIE EZRA T. CARTER PETER NOEL JAMES FARMER BRUCE MDRTON, M.D. FRATRES IN URBE WILSON L. SMITH WILLIAM S. LACY ARTHUR C. JONES GEORGE R. R. MICHIE J. ADDISON PATTERSON College LYNN R. HAMMOND MALCOLM L. MASON JOIIN R. MORRIS DOXVNING L. SMITH WILLIAM H. SLAUGHTER ROBERT P. PUGH Architecture CHARLES N. BAYLESS Law ALFRED S. WYLLIE CLAUDE HORACE COMES SIDNEY KELLAM Medicine JOSEPH L. YON JOSEPH W. EVERSOLE SULLIVAN BEDELL Engineering JOHN T. WARD WILLIAM HUGH BACHE Pledges WILLIAM GRAVINS TED BATEMAN ROGER NEWCOMER NEIfF, B.A., M.D. BELL, PI-I.D. WEEE, B.A., M.A., PH. JOHN S. WHITE HUGH FLANNAGAN MILTON MILLER DR. WILLIAM S. WRAY DR. WILLIAM HILL ROBERT B. BIGKLEY HARRIS E. FALK STUART F. HAMILL, JR. WILLIAM W. I-IOEACK HUGH S. MEREDITH WILLIAM A. CRAWFORD V. THOMAS T. CHEAR CHARLES M. CRUMP A. L. GILLIESPIE FRANCIS WHITEHOUSE CARLETON J. CASEY SAMUEL C. IDEN RICHARD STAFFORD MAURICE BRAY WILLIAM SHELMAN CLARK CUNNINGHAM JERRY ROLSTON GEORGE SWAN JACK RIGGS U COLLINS DENNY WHITE Graduates RAYMOND N. WILBURN GUTHRIE J. SMITH l'2I0'l D S F1 nh Row Sw'm Nucl Ncwtomci vins M Biiy cn Third Row SllLlf.,l1tCI' MCIIIIS Stilfoid Combs Bichc Fciguson Hohlck Bicklcy Second Row Wiid Filk Mcicditli Pugh Ham moncl Muon Himill TILCI Front Row: W. Br'iy Elliott Hiclcn Dr. Hwdcn Lowndes, Professor Dunning,ton, Mi'. Whitc W. Smith, Gill. Back Row: Butcmzm, White, Rolston, Farmer. 'f : . , , ' '. Fourth Row: Dinwiddic, D. Smith, Czirtcr, Gra ' 5, . -1 , Id . ' I R , , .NCQ I . X 1 , 'Y J , 1 , ' . , mf , u , ' '. ' m , , u , n Y I2lll 1 9 7 CORKS AND CURLS B E T A C H A P 'I' E R Founded at New 'Yqrk University, 1847 Established at University of Virginia, 1868 IVEY FOREMAN LEWIS, B.A., M.S., PH.D. PAUL B. BARRINGER MURRAY BOcOcK BERNARD P. CHAMBERLAIN WILLIAM C. CHAMEERLAIN HOLLIS M. BAKER WILLIAM H. BANCROFT RUSSELL R. BARRETT GEORGE M. BEAN PERGY BROWN, JR. ROBERT N. FLOON GEORGE W. F THOMAS H. BAGON EDWARD C. BOSTOCK, JR, ROBERT D. EAMES FRATRES IN FACULTATE FRATRES IN URBE EDWARD C. CLARK GEORGE M. COLES ROBERT COLES WILLIAM R. DUKE, JR. W. ESKRIDGE DUKE College LESLIE R. FORESTER HAROLD H. HASKINS HUGH LIVENGOOD ROY M. MULFORD Law THOMAS C. GORDON GEORGE M. MARTIN Medicine THORNTON T. PEERY Engineering EARNEST J. OGLESBY, B.A., M.A. GREGORY MAGRUDER GORDON B. NELSON LOGAN M. NELSON W. ALLEN PERKINS F. BRADLEY PEYTON, III JOSEPH E. ROWE ROBERT H. SCHLIZSINGER JOHN M. TRAPNELL CHARLES D. SCUDDIZR, JR. CHARLES W. TUCKER ORSYTHE HARRY F. LANGI-IORNE Architecture DAVID J. GIBSON Graduate BENJAMIN F. D. RUNK INITIATES WILLIAM B. EVANS FRANCIS M. HARRISON HARRY T. MARSHALL, JR. IZIZI DAVID B. TENNEY RICHARD M. TRAPNELL, III WILLIAM S. STOKES, JR. if J! f Top Row: Peyton, Gibson, Pcery, Forester, Brown, Haskins, Flood, Scudder, Forsythe, Tucker. Middle Row: Brown fjanitorj, Trapnell, Mar- tin, Livengood, Barrett, Mulford, Bean, Ban' Croft, Schlesinger, Gordon, Baker, Rowe. Bottom Row: Evans, Bacon, Ivlarshall, R. Trapnell, Dr. Lewis, Stokes, Bostock, Eames, Tenney. Absent: Harrison, Langhorne. ZETA PSI FRATERNITY I2131 1 9 3 7 CORKS AND CURLS VIRGINIA DELTA CHAPTER Founded at Richmond, Virginia, on September 11, 1865 Established at the University of Virginia On November 25, 1868 FRATRES IN FACULTATE FRANK STRINGFELLOW BARR, B.A., M.A. QOxonJ CHARLES HENDERSON, E.E. ROBERT VIVIAN FUNSTEN, M.D. ELEERT ALVIS KINCAID, M.A., PH.D. NORTON GOODIER PRITCHBTT FRATRES IN URBE ARTHUR C. BARLOW THOMAS M. CARRUTHERS GEORGE W. BARLOW JAMES S. HANCKEL JOHN S. BATTLE CHRISTIAN S. HUTTER BEVERLY T. WHITE COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES Vv'II.LIAM FRANKLIN BANTA HARRY EVANS DINWIDDIE, JR. GEORGE WILHELM NORVELL, JR JAMES HUNTER BANTA EDWARD FINLAY, JR. CHARLES THOMAS O,NEILL, JR JOHN LAWRENCE BAUER EDWIN CHRISTIAN HUTTER JACK COWEE RARDIN SHEARER CALVIN BOWMAN, JR. THOMAS COEE KING, JR. ROBERT MILLER REYNOLDS CAMPBELL WILLIAM BROWN EDWARD HUTCI-IINSON MARTIN JOHN WILLIAM RIELY, JR. SAM ROTH CONNELLY, JR. THOMAS PETER MCCARTIN WILLIAM ELSTON SHANNAHAN JOSEPH BALL CRALLE, I1 ELEXIS WILLIAM MCGRATH HENRY LUKE WARNER, JR. JOHN WALTER CUMMINGS, III ROBERT QUENTIN MILLAN PERRONEAU BROWN WINGO EDWARD TAYLOR MORTON DEPARTMENT OF LAW EDGAR MATTHEWS ANDREWS, JR. JAMES BOOKER HUTTER, JR. ROGER GREVILLE BROOKE BROOME MEADE CARRINGTON PATRICK ROBERT HILL DAVIS, JR. JOHN HOWSON RUST AUGUSTUS CHARLES EPPS JOHN PHILLIP STAFFORD, JR. EDMUND WALLER HENING, JR. RICHARD BLACKEURN TUCKER, JR. . DEPARTMENT OF MEDICINE JOHN DANIEL CALL THOMAS WHITEHEAD MURRELL, JR. ASHBY COLEMAN THEODORE BOOTH STRANGE JOHN MASON DEW, JR. HENRY ST. GEORGE TUCKER, JR. DEPARTMENT OF GRADUATE STUDENTS CHARLES GARDINER MATHEWS INITIATES EDWARD TRIGG BROWN JAMES THOMAS GILLETTE, JR. ELLIS SPEAR MIDDLETON, JR. ROBERT LINDALE BROWN -FRANK CICERO GREGSON, III JOHN POWELL RYAN GEORGE BRUBAKER GAUL JOHN JOSEPH HANRETTY JOHN SHARP STRANG CHARLES ADLEY IVIANGHAM I214J .'C ,iF', . C'?'Tw.L,L'T5'iE.'2H6iZJZ1'L ' , ,-. i-....1d7.L.'AH- ' -1-XII?-,' . X 1.1, DJ3L',.'- ff, mP8e?'f"'.L '.2fLQ Y7ff' YI ' . ' ' , ' TJ-?Fa'i5LI ' 4 .'Iifl7i.iE-7 ' ,......Z'J.fiL',.fL1.L1 . ,r"W"" ' " Back Row: Wingo, Middleton, Hutter, I. Strang, Finlay, Mangliam, Gregson, Hutter, E., Din' widdic, Brown, E,, Connelly, Morton, Hanretty, McCartin, Cummings, Banta, J. Middle Row: Cillcttc, Millan, McC1'11tl1, W:11'11cl', Norvell, Reynolds, Sliannalwan, Rardin, Ricly, Bowman, Crallc, Stafford, Coleman, King, Mui" rcll, Gaul, Ryan, Brown, R. Front Row: Martin, Brown, D., Andrews, Davis, Hening, Epps, Patrick, Rust, Broome, Tucker, St. G., Tucker, R. ALPHA TAU OMEGA Ezisl 1 9 3 7 CORKS AND CZUR'l.S ZETA CHAPTER Founded at University of Virginia, December 10, 1869 FRATRES IN FACULTATE GEORGE OSCAR FERGUSON, B.A., M.A., PH.D. DUDLEY CRAWFORD SMITH, M.D. JAMES CARROL FLIPPIN, M.D. 4 WILLIAM WIRT WADDELL, M.D. RICHARD CECIL GARLICK, B.A., M.A., PH.D. JAS. SOUTHALL WILSON, B.A., M.A., PH.D. LLD THOMAS CARY JOHNSON, JR., B.A., M.A. FLETCHER WOODWARD, M.D. FREDERICK DEANE G. RIRRLE, M.A., LL.B. JOHN HOWE YOE, M.S., M.A., PH.D. FRATRES IN URBE C. BERNARD BAILEY LYTTLETON JONES LYTTLETON WADDELI. EDWIN H. COPENHAVER REV. WILEY R. MASON THOMAS L. WATSON JAMES G, DRIVER LEMUBL F. SMITH JOHN R. WINGFIELD, JR GORDON SMITH College HARRY BURNETT, JR. HENRY LEE CLARK . ANDREW BYRON CONNOR, JR. JAMES GILLIAM CONRAD JOHN HILBURN DAVIS, JR. PHILLIP KING FARRINGTON, III SAMUEL HUGHES GARVIN HARRY HAMILTON GAVER LUCIEN BUTLER GREENE RICHARD ESTEP LANKFORD CAMILLUS SAUNDERS LQENGLE, JR. CHARLES WATERS LINCOLN EDWARD MACAULEY, III WILLIAM LOWNDES PEPLE, JR. RALPH JAMES QUALE JAMES CUNNINGHAM SARGENT MAHLON RICHARD SHELBOURNE LUIS OSCAR SUFFRONT DAVID BURTON GRIFFIN CHARLES RIFE I-IILGARTNER A. CUYLER TEN EYCK, JR. FRANK AENER THOMPSON, III KNOX TURNBULL Law ROBERT EDWARD BANKS, JR, NORMAN HYDE ROBBINS ' Medicine EDWARD VERNON BRUSH, JR. Graduate STOCKTON GRAEME TURNBULL, JR. INITIATES ROBERT ADAMS BRADFORD ROBERT GEORGE DELAUNEY THOMAS SITWELL EDWARDS FRANCIS HARPER ' CHESLEY INNES MAHON I2l6l FRANK BUCK MCBURNEY LINDEN STUART, JR. ROGER BAILEY TYLER CHARLES VAN DE CARR, III GEORGE STANHOPE WIEDEMAN, JR. Back Row: Griflin, Clark, Tyler, Macaulay, Davis, Ten Eyck, Hilgartner. Third Row: Payne fjanitorj, Peple, Soullront, Thompson, Caver, Farrington, L'Engle, Garvin, Greene, Lincoln, Sargent, Second Row: Shelbournc, Lankford, Turnbull, Robbins, Quale, Conner, Conrad. First Row: Harper, Edwards, McBurney, Weidef mann, Van dc Carr, Mahon. KAPPA SIGMA FRATERNITY 1 9 3 '7 CORKS AND CURLS B E T A C H A P T E R Founded at Virginia Military Institute in 1869 Established at the University of Virginia in 1870 LAWRENCE LEE EDWARD J. CARRUTHERS FRANCIS B. GRINNELL JOSEPH JOHN BURGER GEORGE DE FOREST EDWARDS J. GILBERT FAATz WILLIAM JAMES FIELDER L. LEWIS HARVEY EDWARD HEMOND JOHN E. BECK JAMES J. GRIFFITHS FREDERICK ARDERY DONALD DEMAREST BUTTON ERNEST EDWARD DICKINSON FRED LOUIS GAERTNER ROBERT W. GARROD CARTER GLASS, III JOHN R. GREGORY FRATRES IN FACULTATE RICHARD FLETCHER FRATRES IN URBE DONALD E. LANE PATRICK C. MATTHEWS RICHARD TURNER College HARRY BANKS FRENCH FRANKLIN THOMAS EMLEN FRANKLIN HARRY SHEPPARD MARTIN HARRY DOUGLAS SPRUANCE GEORGE SCHAEER WOOD CHAPIN JONES E. MANN NASH CHARLES H. SMITH BERNARD REID TOLSON MILTON SNELL WILKINSON WILLIAM BURTON WILKINSON V. FLOYD WILLIAMS EDMOND C. HUTCHINSON GEORGE WILLARD RAE RICHARD F. HAWKINS Graduate Law MCKENSIE ENRIQUE AUGUSTO TESSADA Medicine Engineering EDGAR C. SHAWEN INITIATES COLVIN F. HAWKEY WILLIAM F. JENSEN EDWARD KERSCHNER, JR. AUSTIN S. MAXIM RICHARD WYLLY MOLTEN RUSSELL LAMAR MOORE JOHN MATTHEW SCANNELL, JR. PHILIP S. SHAFER ALDEN'H. SHUTE f2l8I HORACE G. SMITHEY, JR. BRYANT DEvEREUx STAPLES W. WESLEY SYKES, JR. TEMPLE DAWSON TRIPPE RAE FORBES WATTS, JR. XVILLIAM WHITFIELD KIRK, JR. CHARLES BRUYN WHITE RALPH C. WILSON, JR. ETX' "' 'Z"" 'Top Row: Scunncll, Tolson, Dickinson, McCall, Wilstzxm, WilftS, Trippc, Kirk, Gregory. Tllird Row: Kcrsclmncr, Slmlcr, Wliitc, Hnwlccy, Molten, Slmutc, Burger, Spruzxncc, Fuutz, Field' cr, Gnrrod, Arclcry, Hawkins. Second Row: Slmzxwcn, W. Wilkilmsmmlm, H. Franklin, M. Wilkiiisoli, McKenzie, Vifood, T. Franklin, Edwards, Williams. Bottom Row: Hutchinson, Gncrtncr, jcnscn, Stu- ples, lvloorc, Button, Glass. SIGMA NU FRATERNITY 1 9 3 7 CORKS AND CURLS LAMBDA CHAPTER Founded at Washington and Lee University in 1865 Established at the University of Virginia in 1873 FRATRES IN FACULTATE ARTHUR KYLE DAVIS, JR., B.A. M.A., B.Lirc., PH.D. COXONJ WILLIAM HALL GOODWIN, B.A., M.D. ' WILLIAM HENRY GRAVELY, JR., B.A., M.A. JOHN CALVIN METCALF, B.A., M.A., Litr.D., LL.D. WALTER ALEXANDER MONTGOMERY, B.A., PH.D. CHARLES PATTERSON NASH, B.S., LLB. CHARLES W. ALLEN VJALTER S. CHISHOLM JACK E. EARLY THOMAS FITZHUGH THOMAS PETTUS GRASTY CHARLES CARPENTER, JR. EDWARD WEBB CLARK JAMES A. CRUTCHFIELD, JR. ALBERT T. FBRRIN GEORGE H. DAVIS JACKSON LEE FRAY CHARLES WALTER GASQUE, JR. ROYSTON JESTER THOMAS STEVENS GEORGE, JR. RAY DOWNING KNIGHT GRAHAM CLARK JOHN PENN RUTHEREORD JOHN M. COULBOURN HENRY B. FIELD WILLIAM A. LAZENBY FRATRES IN UREE WILLIAM CLARENCE GENTRY A. A. MORSON KEITH AUSTIN D. KILHAM WILLIAM F. LONG College E. LUCIEN MALONE, JR. ANDREW JACKSON PIETSCH O. LEWIS ROACH WILFRED E. ROACH Law SEVERN M. NOTTINGHAM HENRY HYMAN PIKE JOHN ALEXANDER RIDLEY Architecture L. S. MASON, JR. CHARLES D. SMITH JOHN R. WOOD S. B. WOODS R. WATSON SADLER EDWARD M. SMITH EUGENE CALLAWAY A. MURRAY SMITH E. PRYOR WORMINGTON THOMAS L. STOCKERT BAXLEY T. TANKARD JOHN R. TANKARD, JR. WILLIAM C. THOMPSON WALTER ROWBOTTOM NEXSEN ARTHUR KINSLEY STEVENS, JR. Medicine HENRY DUNLOP ECKER Engineering WILLIAM C. QUINN MORRIS SKINNER CLARK, JR. INITIATES WENDALL E. MALBON RANEY A. OVEN IQ2201 JAMES H. PAGE KENNETH LESTER THOMAS JOHN W. WALTZ Z'.'1Z'Z."""lf"","'T'f . 'L L' 1' "I.'.,'.?TfT 1T"'1"'ZY'f,.IlI'Z:l"'. 1T..1TLT'U3'Z7'5lGLiTf1RI' ' .7'J7."Z'GI"lJ""l!."..1'..'f.Y.."f1l'IZZ'i5II.'E'l!l'7fA'Z'...waw.... 'C . c.a1'L'..l2.XC1'55".E'H3J?.'i1ZfT!55i. '! ' . "' I .v1L..L,iJ.L..L...,2, il.1w'I1CZI,IQF.k "" ' ''"LLL.'1ZLLl'fifEiI.i2'.2I1.Tf11'Zcif4lX2'21'R5dni-...Ll.....'" """"'7"il7a'LT'rZLl93:l!f21'5.'JlTlMI'l'f'-.2'i 'T1TJWMi'2HniiYf!'W Back Row: Malbon, Keywan, Waltz, Page, Coul' bourn, Thomas, Stoekcrt. Third Row: Rutherl'ord, Jester, Lazcnby, G. Clark, Stcvcns, Ferrin, Malone, Thompson. Second Row: Quinn, Eckcr, Davis, Casque, Knight, Pietsch, E, Clark, Vxforinington, Roach. Seated: Ncxscn, Pike, Ridley, Professor Nash, Not- tingham, Carpenter, Fray, George, Crutchhelcl. KAPPA ALPHA FRATERNITY I2211 1 9 3 7 CORKS AND CURLS VIRGINIA BETA CHAPTER Founded at Miami University KOMO! on December 26, 1848 Established at the University of Virginia on December 24, 1873 FRATRES IN FACULTATE WILLIAM EDWARD BRAY, B.A., M.D. HALSTEAD SHIPMAN HEDGES, M.A., M.D. ALBERT IRVING FRED HUNDLEY QUARLES, JR. JACK LEROY AXELSON HERBERT GLENN BALDWIN THOMAS HOLLAND BRITT LOUIS JAMES DEPUTY ROBERT LYONS DIBBLE HENRY BEARDEN MULHOLLAND, FRATRES IN .URBE JOHN DEAN QUARLES PAYNE DEAN QUARLES College WILLIAM GATES FORD RALPH STANLEY FOULGER J. RUPERT FULTON HERBERT VINCENT JONES, JR. WIN FIELD MARSHALL JONES M.D. WILLARD QUARLES EDWARD VALENTINE WALKER EDWARD ALDEN KNOWLES MARSH LANCASTER JAMES OSBORNE PUTNAM, JR. ROGER MOORE STUART, JR. E. L. TOLBERT Medicine CHARLES JOHNSTON HARKRADER, JR. CHARLES LEMUEL PRINCE Law THOMAS DALE CARTER AUSTIN HOYT JAMES WARING DAVANT, III JAMES EMMETT JORDEN, JR. WILLIAM HENRY FILE, JR. CHARLES WESLEY LYON, JR ALBERT ANDREWS RICHARDS Engineering EDMUND NORVELL BOSWELL, JR. INITIATES JAMES GEORGE ALDIGE, JR. WILLIAM PAGE CARTER, JR. THOMAS CARTER FOWLKES ARTHUR WOODROW HIGGINS FREDERICK MARION -LEGE, III NEIL DILLON MCCARTHY JOHN W. MAGILL RICHARD DIXON MOORE WILLIAM RODMAN VANLOAN BEVERLY NELSON WILCOX ROBERT MICHAEL WILDE I222'l ll?" iam . ,. . First Row: Davant, Baldwin, Stuart, Hoyt, Carter, T., Filc, Richards, Dibblc, Jones, H., Fulton, -- Lyon. Second Row: Deputy, VanLoun, Axclson, Brogan, Ford, Knowles, Jones, W., Putnam, Lancaster, Tolbcrt, Loge, Foulgcr. Last Row: McCarthy, Price, Mitchell, Moore, Higf gins, Wilcox, Fowlkcs, Wilde, Carter, W. L Not in the picture: Boswell, Prince, Harkradcr, Jordan, Britt, Aldige, Magill. PHI DELTA THETA 1 9 3 7 CORKS AND CURLS BETA IOTA CHAPTER Founded at Belliany College in 1859 Established at the University of Virginia in 1889 FRATER IN FACULTATE ROBERT KENT GOOOH, B.A., M.A., FRATRES IN URBE PH.D. QOXONJ EDWIN KELL Q'BRIEN WILLIAM R. SHEPARD JAMES M. ROTHWBLL ROEERT MASSIE PAGE JOHN MCGILL DOUGLAS JOHN PORTER JONES MD WILLIAM ALONZO RHINEHART EDWIN OVERTON MOCUE, JR. JOHN MINOR MAURY MARCELLUS MOBRIDE College JOHN ANTRIM, JR. GARLAND POLLARD Cox ALBERT CONRAD DICK, JR. CLARK GGDEN MARTIN WILLIAM ABNER OLD H. GILMER WELLS MICHAEL ERSKINE WHEAT RICHARD CAMERON WOODS MARTIN HENRY LONG, JR, Law RANDOLPH ALEXANDER BROWN WILLIS ALDEN NEAL CARLYLE MANNING DIINAWAY CHARLES WHITNEY PRICE JOHN COWDEN ROGERS Medicine JOHN K. TAGGART, JR. JOHN THORNTON, JR. ROBERT CANADA, JR. Graduate WILLIAM HARWOOD PEDEN Engineering WILSON OVERTON COOHRAN THOMAS JEFFERSON BARNES INITIATES THOMAS W. S. CRAVEN ROBERT TOBEY ROOD JACK EWING ' BENJAMIN THOMPSON DANA C. MITCHELL, JR. JAMES B. WAKEFIELD EDWARD BAILEY WICKES, JR. . I224l my " ,T Front Row: Brown, Moore, Dick, Antrim, Rogers, Dr. Gooch, Neal, Adams, Pcden. Second Row: Wakeheld, Rose, Old, Long, Dun' away, Martin, Wells, Wickes. Third Row: Barnes, Cochran, Price, Wlxcat, Cox. Y W Top Row: Thompson, Rood, Craven. DELTA TAU DELTA 1 9 3 7 CORKS AND CURLS VIRGINIA ETA CHAPTER Founded at Richmond College in 1900 Established at the University Oi Virginia in 1906 FRATRES IN FACULTATE WILLIAM ALEXANDER LAMBETH, M.D., PH.D. FRANK MCLEAN, B.S., M.S., PH.D. JOHN ALEXANDER RORER, B.A., M.A. FRATRES IN URBE STUART MERCER BARKSDALE JACK KENNON HUGH M. HAWLINS DR. HALIEURTON MCCOY JAMES HAWKINS HARRY L. SMITH PAUL S. HILL DEXTER WHITE College FRANK FRISEIE BEDELL, JR. JOHN CLARK, JR, EDWARD LOCKWOOD MOORE DAVID GRAHAM BLALOCK ARTHUR ARLINGTON DAVIS, JR. ROBERT R. PONTIFEX MICHAEL BRUCE CALLENDER DALE MERCER MCCULLOUGH HOWELL ALLISON ROBINSON DANIEL L. CAMPBELL, JR. JOHN GOEIIEL WATSON Architecture FRANCIS ROWLAND Engineering JOHN FLYTHE JOSEPH REYNOLDS, JR. CHARLES FLOYD HANCOCK, JR, Education GORDON HIGGINS Medicine JOHN CAMPBELL HORTENSTINE JOHN D. GERMAN JOHN HILL FITZGERALD, JR Law THOMAS HINDMAN CHARLES W. LUSK STEWART KERR THOMAS SMITH GILBERT EUGENE PENCE, JR. Graduates RICHARD A. MEADE GORDON WOLCOTT FRANCIS G. LANKFORD, JR. INITIATES JOHN W. AMBERG MALVIN SHEPHERD ROWE, JR. N. JACKSON CARROLL ROEERT WINDSOR DONALD R. GORDON' JOHN WOODARD, JR. RICHARD HILDER EDMUND ZEH IZ26l FV Firxt Row: Kerr, Smith, Wcmlcmmtt, Clark, Moore, Dr. McLc:1li, Hawkins, lVlcCullougli, Hortcnf stinc, German, Robinson. Second Row: Hancock, Lusk, Carroll, Flytlic, Bc' dell, Wzltsmiii, Reynolds, Campbell, Callcnclcr, Rowc, Davis. Tliivd Row: Gordon, Blalock, Rowland, Wmmiuclf ward, Pontifcx, Zcla, Ambcrg. Fmmlz Row: Hindman, Hildcr. l2Z7.l 1 9 3 7 CORKS AND CURHLS RHO CHAPTER Founded at Union College in 1827 Established at the University Of Virginia on March 1, 1907 FRATRES IN URBE DAVID ELLIS BROWN HARRY A. GEORGE TRUEMAN MONROE DODSON College EDWARD CARRINGTON BOYKIN, JR. BRECKENRIDGE CATLETT GOODLOE ORD PRESTON, JR. JOSHUA FRY BULLITT CAMBLOS JOHN TOLAR HENRY HERBERT WENTWORTH SIERCK JOHN MARSHALL GEPHART JOSEPH KENNETH MALO THOMAS MCFARLAND SKELLY MCCHESNEY GOODALL, JR. JOHN MCCHESNEY MORGAN CHARLES FREDERIC WILSON, JR PETER IRVING, JR. Law WILLIAM PETTY DICKSON, JR. RAYMOND GREGORY DENNE CARL PAICE WOOLDRIDGE Engineering JOHN F. MILLER DAVISON INITIATES RICHARD DICKSON HOLEROOK CAMPBELL THOMAS ANTRIM ROLLER CHANNINC WILLIAMS DANIEL, JR. JACKSON JOHNSON SI-IINKLE JAMES PATESON HANCOCK JAMES BRUCE MCCLELLAND ROBERT WOODS WILLIAMS EDWARD POWER SHARRETTS, JR. H2281 img" 'IIN n...., Back Row: Dickson, R., Williams, Shinkle, Camp' bell, Roller, Sharretts, Daniel, McClelland, Hancock. Middle Row: Irving, Morgan, Camblos, Boykin, Goodloe, Preston, Wilsrnn, Goodall, Dickson, W., Coles fjanitorj. Front Row: Gephart, Davison, Sierck, Skelly, Malo, Henry, Denne. DELTA PHI FRATERNITY lf229J I 9 3 7 CORKS AND CURLS XI CHAPTER Founded at Novwich University in 1856 Est OSBORNE FITZ RANDOLPH BRUcE GOODWIN ARMSTRONG DILLEN RICHARD MEADOWCROFT FORBES GILBERT LOMPING DESVERNINE WILLIAM NEWLANDS DABNEY ablished at University of Virginia in 1914 FRATER IN FACULTATE WILSON GEE, PH.D. X FRATRES IN URBE HENRY E. BELT PETER DAENEY College EDWARD BRYANT CLOPTON, JR. DAVID DONALD KLOUS JOHN CHARLES WILLIAMS, JR. ROBERT HAYNES PETTIT THEODORE LEV MEYENDORFF LEONARD BROOKS ELMs GEORGE H. R. TAYLOR HUGH EMIL KABLER STUART PHILLIPS FROST Law PAUL LEROY LATHAM WILLIAM PERRY EPES, JR. WILLIAM MOOR KABLBR COLIN CAMPBELL MORAE, II WILLIAM ALLEN MELVIN Engineering JOHN GREY WHITCOMB PLEDGES THOMAS KURTz WILBUR LESLIE GREY SAMUEL WILLSON STERRETT LESTER SORENSEN CLEVELAND HOLTZWORTH ARTHUR C. STEVER, JR. I2301 ig Front Row: W. Kahlcr, L, B. Elms, Dr. Wilson Gcc, G. Dillcn, R. Forbes, S. Frost, P. Latham. Second Row: D. Klous, R. Pettit, C. Williams, J. Wluitcomb, W. Epes, P. Benton, H. Kablcr, W. Stcrrett. 122,43 ' Third Row: G. Dcsvcrninc, T. Kurtz, E. Clopton, T. Mcycndorff. THETA CHI FRATERNITY l23ll 1 9 3 7 CORKS AND CURLS CHI CHAPTER Founded at the College of the City of New 'York in 1898 Established at the University of Virginia on June 12, 1915 FRATER IN FACULTATE LINWOOD LEHNIAN, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. College NEWMAN N. BAUM CARL H. LEHMAN GEORGE BERNARD SMOLEN SOL GOODMAN BEN JAY MASSELL, JR. RICHARD F. SONNEBORN BERNARD J, GREEN ALVIN L. NEWMYER, JR. IRVING RICHARD STOTTER JACOB E. KATz WILLIAM PHILIP OEERNDOREER FERDINAND ROBERT STRAUSS SHEPARD MEYER LATTER PETER W. OPPENHEINIER DONALD WALTERS PHILIP SCHULTZ Law EDWARD S. HIRSCHLER ADRIAN SONN INITIATES HENRY D,AvID BLOOM ROBERT STERN FISHER HARRY HARRISON, JR. LEWIS DAVID HIRSCHLER HERBERT M. KATZENBERG JACK W. KUHN HERBERT WINOKUR l232l BENJAMIN KARPEN LANDECR JACK H. LEHMAN, JR. CHARLES RALPH MASSELL DAN WALTER SICHER BERTRAM WEAL, JR. JACK WHITEHEAD , - "gg: mr: rg 1''.:.zcs15zs'c147.'s'ra2ur.u.u,Qug.1':v.1 'aw' 1 , -,qmim-,,,, 'A ".'.',::.,:t:a:. " f" ,mv -- -v -- 1..X..Q.,.!,.....: ,.. . Y L Top: Fishcr, Sichcr, Wil1OkLl1', L. Hirschlcr, Har' Wlmitclmcad, Kuhn. Middle: Stottcr, Lehman, Latter, B. Mnsscll, Op Schultz, Wultcx's, Lzmdcck, Green. X Strauss, Baum, Obcrndorfcr. ZETA BETA T rison, Bloom, KZltZCl1bCl'g, Wcall, C. Masscll, pcnhcimcr, Sonncborn, Goodman, Ncwmycr, Bottom: C. Lehman, Smolcn, E. Hirschlcr, Katz, AU 1 9 3 7 CORKS AND CURLS MU CHAPTER Founded at Washington, D. C., in 1914 Established at University Of Virginia in April, 1922 SIDNEY CO1-IEN SIDNEY FINKLESTEIN IRVIN GALIN BERNARD GOLDEERG LEONARD HARRIS HARRY BLATT GEORGE FELDMAN STANLEY MACHT ARMAND FELDMAN ALBERT GORCON FRATER IN URBE SANFORD HASKELL College JACK HOPKINS JULIUS HOP'KlNS NATHAN ISRAEL MILTON KAPLAN RIc1-IARD RAICHLAND Law Medicine BERNARD RAYMOND PLEDGES STANLEY WEISS I234l GILBERT SALMOWITZ ALVIN SOI-IONEELD EMANUEL SEFF LAWRENCE SILBERKLAIT MILTON STEWART HENRY SCI-IREIEERG LEONARD TRELL JOSEPH NAGLE ROBERT GROEERG ALVIN PARIS Back Row: Grccnbcrg, Stewart, Grobcrg, Raiclif land, Gorcon, Cohen, Finklcslcin, A. Feldman. Center Row: Weiss, Schrcibcrg, Harris, Galin, Schonfcld, Salmowitz, Goldberg, Silbcrklait, Israel, Paris, Kaplan. Front Row: Raymond, Scif, Blatt, G. Feldman, Hopkins, I. H. Hopkins, Maclit. PHI ALPHA FRATERNITY 1 9 3 7 L24-T -5.1 'k ll .1v'.,G7j,.' ' CORKS AND CURLS MU CHAPTER Founded at New York University in 1913 Established at University of Virginia in 1924 FRATRE IN FACULTATE BENfZION LINFIELD, B.S., Sc.D., Ph.D. COLLEGE ROBERT L. COHEN SEYMOUR S. LIFSHITZ CHARLES LEE FRIEDEN ARTHUR MENOFF . SEYMOUR HERR NATHAN PLATT ARTHUR KAPLAN CHESTER HARRIS ROBBINS ' ' BURTON FOOH SALPETER ANSELM L. STRAUSS EVERETT THORNER ENGINEERING AARON MIZROCH LAW IRWIN FRIEDEN MEDICINE JULIAN HAROLD FRIEDEN RAYMOND JOSEPH TABAKIN INITIATE MONTE L. BINDER I2361 Back Row: Kaplan, Binder, Omitag Cohen, Thorn cr, Ivlcnoil. Center Row! Strauss, Tabakin, Lifshitz, Plurt, Rob' bins, Herr. Front Row: J. Fricclen, C. Fricclcn, Mizrocli, I Frieden, Salpcter. 'li--Incliviclual is no longer associated with thc Fra' ALPHA EPSILON PI I 9 3 7 CORKS AND CURLS OMEGA ALPHA CHAPTER Founded at Yale University in 1895 Established at the University of Virginia in 1932 COLLEGE MORTIMER MAXWELL CAPLIN GORDON ALBERT WOLEE GILBERT SI-IELTON LEFTON MARTIN LEWIS SIIOTLAND JOSEPH HENRY COIIN NORMAN DAVIS HOWARD KANE EDWIN HAROLD JUNGER HOWARD HERTZ MARCUS BENJAMIN DANIEL JACOBS RICHARD A. LEDERER MORTON JUNGER HOWARD WIENER ROBERT BRUCK LAW SIGMUND BECK LEON GLOBMAN ARCHITECTURE BENTON O. LEFTON lf238fl 1' Y .IfI.T"Y ,f"'T", fl "',""f12L'51Z!! X Back Row: Hahn, M. jungcr, Robinson. Second Row: Lcdcrcr, Wicncr, Bruck, Sclmcll, Mattcs. First Row fstandingj: G. Lcfton, Colm, Kane, Marclls, B. Lcfton, Jacobs. ' Seated: Wolff, E. Jungcr, Shotland, Caplin, Club' man, Davis, Bcck. PI LA1VIBDbA PHI l239l 1 9 3 7 V CORKS AND CURLS TAU NU CHAPTER Founded at Columbia University in 1910 Established at University of Virginia in 1936 COLLEGE ARNOLD AVRUTINE JULIUS PERLINSKY RICHARD FRIEDMAN GEORGE ROSENBERG BERNARD GELBAND MILTON SILVERMAN STANLEY SAMUELS LAW SIDNEY LENDINO INITIATES HOWARD DAVIDMAN SANFORD RITTER STANLEY SIEGEL PLEDGES AARON ABADY BERTRAM SIRUS RALPH DECOVENY ARNOLD WIRFEL ROBERT HARRIS MAXWELL MARDER If240J Back Row: Abndy, Harris 'Z' Third Row: Sims, Wii'fel, Ritter, Dsividmain, , 'T Siegel. 0 I 9 I Q E Second Row: DcCoveny, Samuels, Friedman, Av' Q rutine, Murder. 9 Q' O . U ' 1 ' lwivxr. Row: Ucllmml, Rosenberg, Perlinsky, Silver' man, Lending. TAU EPSILON PH 1 9 3 7 CORKS AND CURLS NU CHAPTER Phi Epsilon Pi founded November 23, 1904 Nu Chapter founded December 18, 1915 FRATER IN URBE S. WEINBERG FRATRES IN LAW MARX EISENMAN FRA FREDERICK A. BLEYER MALVIN E. FRIEDLANDER IRVING J. GOLDSTIEN RICHARD S. GOLDSMITH CHARLES S. HUTZLER TRES IN COLLEGE LEWIS W. LEPMAN RICHARD T. LEVY RICHARD L. M. STEIN MAURICE L. STRAUSE PLEDGES ADOLF BAER JACK HARTFIELD HOWARD RUBIN ROBERT BRODY EDWARD HOCHHAUSER LOUIS SIMON MARVIN COPLIN MILTON JOEL RENARD ZACCARDI MALCOLM KATZ HARRY LOBE WILERED RESNICK L242.l -.. M-:ff I Top Row: Baer, Katz, Rubin, Hochlmuscr, Zac curdi, Coplin. Middle Row: Hartiicld, Simon, Lobe, Blcycr, Lcp mam, Goldstein, Brody, Joel. Bottom Row: Goldsmith, Levy, Eiscnmnn, Strausc Hutzlcr, Stein, Fricdlandcr. EPSILON PI f243l 1 9 3 7 CORKS AND CURLS -I da I2441 PROFESSIONAL FRHTERNITIES I2-451 0 'n ,l,, . ' f . 1 ', .1 ',- Q '27, ,nt , , ' ' a - 'fn 4 "nv I n Q 4 4 h ao ,a ,"'9 ,rf .'f . ' v .v:,' "vnu 'un l 3, , 1' 4 ua'- 3 ' .0 , LC-I-15' 551 . . ',',-' s .J Lx' -QJ .- ,. Q .ea"m:3.v,.. f-A gap ,.,, 1 'ov 1 fax, .p fv, Q' 'sf .1--. ,. 13ut5u!.2.,f39.!3nH,.', ,en .,g-t ' gq,.g'-.399 gli' N 3112326-, 'Q.tgn,"'.' o""f-1. -91"f',at' ,fag .Y ' W'.2"'.1"s .q:-11ff'.-.1.J.-f- -92' -34'-'fe' '93 - X f"v-'HZ' ' 'l'.1',:' . .e.-,e.e- af, V. -..-,v .,.- - 4- 1 .tstzzg nnioigw, -'gd 3,5 Il. ' U. . '.13nfn.gn., ,J-.. .e.'.'.e.-.' 'we' ga' .3-gf' 9' 'A-ff'.'an. .L 9 I lvl' , ' A fp. -65' ,I , V.. W, J '. .' ,-,.','2"---' V, ., P-' 5" ,gfa9'.mg-' 3:3'.272aw, gnu 5.,',34f,.,,' 5fyu.13n, I .-dw na' H. f N25 f-xf.,..' .v Q' wmesw ntaimg, ,q' xmtf-,fm lf'-f','n..,. o.., unix "fu, 1 ffl "2'h4f4,o. ,ass ,',..- ,sv gmv em- CORKS AND CURLS MINOR CHAPTER FRATRES IN URBE ALBERT BOLLING I DAVID JOSEPH WOOD THOMAS MUNFORD BOYD C. E. MORAN I. W. WOOD A. H. MICHIE CHARLES VENABLI! MINOR E. H. COPENHAVER ALLAN PERKINS FRATRES IN FACULTATE HARDY CROSS DILLARD ARMISTEAIJ MASON DOBIIZ GEORGE BOARDMAN EAGER, JR. GARRARD GLENN CHARLES PATTERSON NASH FREDERICK DEANE GOODWIN RIBBLE ACTIVE MEMBERS EDGAR MATTHEWS ANDREWS, JR. LOUIS BATEMAN BLISSARD ALOERMON SIDNEY BUPORD, III RICHARD A. CAEELL THOMAS DALE CARTER DUNCAN MCRAE COOKE CHARLES METCALE CRLIMP WILLIAM PETTY DICKSON, JR. EDWARD GRIEFITH DODSON, JR. AUGUSTUS CHARLES EPPS WILLIAM HENRY FILE, JR. WILLIAM HENRY FORLINES, JR. THOMAS CHRISTIAN GORDON, JR. BROOKS DILL GRAND REX JAMES HOWARD BENJAMIN F. KRAFEERT, JR. JAMES JONES MARSHALL, JR. CHARLES G. MEYER, JR. BENJAMIN NIELDS, III SEVERN M. NOTTINGHAM, JR. MEADE CARRINOTON PATRICK FRANK LYON POLK, JR. GORDON FRYER RAINEY VIRGINIUS RANDOLPH SHACKLEFORD, JR. A. LLOYD SYMINGTON FRANK L. WATSON, JR. CHARLES KILLIAN I2-161 WOLTZ Qing.- . ul.- Front Row: Blissard, Slmaeklcford, Mr. Dillard, Mr Ribble, Nottingham, Mr. Glenn, Mr. Nash Epps, Rainey. Middle Row: Buford, Krallert, Wciltz, Andrews Howard, File, Dodson, Crump, Watsolm, Mal' shall. Back Row: Nields, Polk, Meyer, Patrick, Syming ton, Carter, Cabell, Grand, Gordon. Not in picture: Cocke, Forlines. I DELTA PHI f2471 1 9 3 7 CCRKS AND CURLS -THCJMAS JEFFERSON CHAPTER Founded at Kent School of Law, Chicago, in 1897 Established at University of Virginia in 1910 FRATRE IN FACULTATE ITHAMAN MARTIN LEAVITT OFFICERS ROYSTON JESTER, III ..... GEORGE HENsoN PARKER . . WILLIAM LARRIN WILLIAMS . . . Chief justice . Chief justice Vice justice FREDERICK B. TRIMBLE . . Clerk A. MURRAY PRESTON . Treasurer ALBERT SVIHRA . . . Marshal ACTIVE MEMBERS WILLIAM P. BAGWELL, jR. JEFFRESS S. DORTCH ROBERT CROMWELI. jOHN GRIMEALI. LAWRENCE DANNA BRICE GRAVES AUSTIN HOYT J. H. TYLER MCCONNELL B. SPOTTSWOOD PRESTON WILLIAM V. RAWLINGS MARTIN CHARLES STONE I2481 Ql5Z27.'f.S.'f w' 'f u1'r""' ' ..,:"'2wI1J!i'.1f.I".' Standing: von Tlmclcn, Bagwell, Graxvcs, Duriclm. Trimlwlc, Rawlings, Svihm. Seated: Wmn1'Icy, Preston, Pzwkcr, Ml'. Lczwiu, jew tcr, Willizxllms, Stone. PHI ALPHA DELTA 1 9 3 7 l,L4'3I lf'P3'9l!F' .. U.: N-:vm--fv-4,-,1:,-f,--.,. , . K., , PI CHAPTER OF THE ENGINEERING FRATERNITY OF THETA TAU A National Engineering Fraternity Founded at the University of Minnesota October 15, 1904 Pi Cliziptci' established :It thc University Of Virginia on May 26, 1923 FRATRES IN FACULTATE JOHN LLOYD NEWOOME, B.A., C.E., Sc.D., LL.D. FREDERICK TRACY MORSE, M.E., E.E. President of the University of Virginia Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering ' ERNEST JACKSON OCFLIESIIY, B.A., M.A. WALTER SI-IELDON RODMAN, M.S., S.M. Professor of Engineering Mathematics Dean of the Department of Engineering LAWRENCE REOINALD QLIARLES, B.S.E., PII.D. Professor of Electrical Engineering Instructor in Electrical Engineering ACTIVE MEMBERS ALFRED G. ARUNDALE JOSEPH M. COWGILL EARL M. MARTIN RICHARD M. STAEIIORD CHARLES F, BILD H. A. DINWIDDIIZ, JR. JOHN K. MALLARD VINCENT W. STAIRKE J. Y. BROWN, JR. WILLIAM A. DORRIIER EDWARD V. MASON JOHN P. SIMPSON WILLIAM B. CARRUTIIERS PAUL W. FITZPATRIOIL JOHN OLIVERIO DONALD J. SWING CHIIROHILL CHALKLEY BARTH J. GILCRIST LLOYD T. OLSEN JOIIN T. WARD WILLIAM E. CALDWELL, JR. PHRCY F. HURT GEORGE D. PRIESTMAN CLEMENT M. WADE ROBERT G. COPPER ARCHER L. JONES VERNON QIIARLES LLICIEN D. WINSTON, HARRY B. COWOILL, JR. HIiRIlERT J. LANDIS, JR. JOHN T. ROCRER, JR. WALTER R. FRANKIE INACTIVE MEMBERS EDWIN L. ARMENTROUT PETER FIERRER 193667 SESSION OFFICERS Regent . . . . . BARTH J. GILCRIST Secretary . . . . JOHN T. RUCKIER Vice Regent . . . . JOSEPH M. COWGILL Treasurer . . . EDWARD V. MASON Izsol .'L: rl' ' WSI? ' , '!'fT.,, .1 LT1 'V "gf 'fffffiif gl' j1Lj1"i'j'j"f12 " S" ,I.,, ILL 1371 ' ' 1 L'LT..1', ".'.L'i- IZIIILRCLSC Jil.: S.Ti.f.Z'1'.jii- . J.f.Z1?'LY'L1TIL!.T.IT '..'1, A 711. N' I "' ' ' Lg' " ', ' .ALL QL... ..L.I ,.. '1.L,flL' '.L.I.J'.L1TITLZ23'C- '.E1'...'T'."'i., f1LEiz'TT.L5I.f 'T f.ZL1 TRIGON ENGINEERING SCCIETY Founded ar :he Universizy of Virginia in 1923 FRATRES IN FACULTATE ARTHUR FRANCIS MACCONOCHIE, B.Sc. fLOndOnJ HliRMAN CARL HESSE, B.S., M.E. CHARLES HENDERSON, E.E. JOSEPH L. VAUKIITIN, M.A. JAMLS SHANNON MILLER, JR., B.S., B.A., EDWARD WATTS SAUNDIERS, C.E. G. K. BROWN ROBINSON S. BROWN JOHN BENNETT JOHN T. CALHOUN ROBERT S. CARRIOR MORRIS S. CLARK, JR. WILSON O. COCHRAN JOHN DAVISON GEORGE DUPONT FRANK ELLIOT FRAZIER FALL JAMES H. FALL RALPH FEIL DONALD FITZHUOI-I GEORGE FORSYTH ACTIVE MEMBERS FORSYTH GLENN SAMUEL S. HANSBROLIKIII SAMUEL C. IDEN ANGELUS JANOS HOOPER KEPNER HENRY B. LAIDLOW HARRY T. LANOHORNE JAMES W. LAPSLEY, JR. IVEY F. LEWIS, JR. MATTHEW LYON PERRIN MARCH ROBERT MOLTEN, JR. AYRES MORRISON MARCEL E. NOON JOHN J. OWEN GEORGE J. PORTER F2511 JOHN M. ROBERTS J. PENN RUTI-IEREORD HENRY SOMERVILLE JAMES L. STIPIE JESSE J. STOORER JAMES C. STRAS, JR. WILLIAM A. TOWNES W. H. STARR WATTLES DONALD R. WEEE ANIBRIEW WEBER H. GARTH WHEELER JOI-IN G. WHITCOMB BEVERLY N. WILKERSON HOWARD WILKINSON E. DANIEL WILLIAMS 1 9 3 7 C O F? K S A T5 CJ Cl L3 F? 2... Sf mnmevfm1xsraz.2wx:xm,"J1l'1:p1 Qpgcufg.. .. ' - , ,. .3 -H" '- W 1 ' ' 'if :m':111::.f':g::gs1zz.11m.:'zL:,:."'M..g44 ' ' ' gg: . , - l2521 HONORHRY FRHTERNITIES HND SOCIETIES lib 'M "2f. -. ,1,, , X 1 ' Q. CORKS AND CURLS THE RAVEN SOCIETY RAYMONDN WILBURN . . . . President FONTAINE C. ARMISTEAD . HENRY H GLASSIE, JR. . . Vice-President J. PENN RUTHERFORD . . . .Secretary . Treasurer ACTIVE FACULTY MEMBERS ALBERT G A BALZ ROBERT KENT GOOCH JOHN LLOYD NEWCOME DUDLEY CROFFORD SMITH JLSSE WAKEFIELD BEAMS RICHARD CECIL GARLICK, JR. EARNEST JACKSON OGLESBY CARROLL MASON SPARROW HARRY CLEMONS LIZWELLYN GRIEFITH LIOXTON LAWRENCE R. QUARLES CARL CASKEY SPEIDEL RICHARD HEATH DAENEY CHARLES HENRY KAUFFMAN ARTHUR KYLE DAVIS, JR. ELBERT ALVIS KINCAID GLORGE BOARDMAN EAGER IVEY FOREMAN LEWIS WALTER SHELDON RODMAN LAWRENCE THOMAS ROYSTER JOHN B. SIRICI-I, JR. JOSEPH LEE VAUGIJAN WILLIAM S. WEEDON DAVID COLE WILSON C MCL GILBERT JAMES SHANNON MILLER TIPTON RAY SNAVELY JAMES SOUTHALL WILSON GARRARD GLENN WALTER A. MONTGOMERY WILLIAM KYLE SMITH THADDEUS BRAxTON WOODY STUDENT MEMBERS , FONTAINI: C ARMISTEAD DICK WICK HALL E. GRIFFITH DODSON, JR. RAYMOND N. WILBURN FREDERICK M BELMORE EDWIN C. MCCLINTOCK, JR. MAYNARD R. EMLAW CHARLES K. WOLTZ RAY E BURGER DAVID R. OWEN AUGUSTUS C. EPPS CHARLES G. MATHEWS, JR, RICHARD A CABFLL GEORGE HENKLE REESE HENRY H. GLASSIE, JR. J. PENN RUTHERFORD JOHN D CALL H. ST. GEORGE TUCKER S. GRAEME TURNBULL, JR. INITIATES 1936 Alumni ' Law ROBERT B. TUNSTALL CHARLES L. DAVIS College KENNETH H. BEER MORTIMER M. CAPLIN GEORGE H. REESE, JR. KNOX TURNBULL FRANK DEANE WILLIAMS, J Faculty JESSE WAKEFIELD BEAMS Engineering JOSEPH M. COWGILL JOHN T. RUCKER, JR. PERCY FUQUA HURT Graduate ROBERT M. CHRISTIAN HENRY H. CUMMING R. ALLAN TALBOTT GWATH MEY TRENTON K. RUEEUSH DRURY H. BLAIR DUNCAN MCR. COOKE CHARLES M. DAVISON, JR. WILLIAM H. FILE RALPH M. JERSKEY BENJAMIN K. KRAFFERT, JR. FRANK LYON POLK Medicine HARRY L. ARCHER ROBERT L. BAILEY, JR. SAMUEL N. ETHEREDGE, JR. ALEERT R. GILLESPIE JAMES J. GRIFFITHS RUDOLPH B. TEUSLER University at Large HENRY B. DANIEL ROBERT A. GOODWIN, JR. JAMES W. ROBERTSON JAMES LESLIE STIPE For Special Distinction WILLIAM JAY GOLD WALTER WHITLOCK KLAUS l254J L it 1. ,L ' 'f' , , x 1:4 ' ,f 'T Qt W H, DN X54 X Qi X - "LFE 'QL I255l CORKES AND CURLS C9 y.,.. M WFS ,EER A I BETA OF VIRGINIA CHAPTER OF PHIBETA KAPPA FROM THE COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES CHARLES GREENLEAF BELL, III FREDERICK MARTIN BELMORE VIRGIL CLAYTON DANIELS, JR. AUGUSTUS CHARLES EPPS WILLIAM JAY GOLD ROBERT ARCHER GOODWIN, JR. PHILIP WHITLOCK KLAUS HAROLD MAURICE KRAMER WILLIAM NORRIS LEONARD EDWIN CLARE MCCLINTOCK, JR BERNARD KYLE MUNDY WILLIAM BRELSFORD CHARLES FREDERICK PILSON SCHWARTZ FREDERIC GORDON TICE JAMES BAKER TWYMAN CHARLES GLENN WALLIS JAMES RUSSELL WISELEY FROM THE ALUMNI THOMAS BENJAMIN GAY, Law '06, Richmond, Virginia MAXWELL GORDON WALLACE, B.A. '08, Richmond, Virginia F2561 Iniiff i . ALPHA OF VIRGINIA CHAPTER OF ALPHA OMEGA ALPHA Founded at the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Chicago in 1902 Established at the University of Virginia in 1919 FRATRES IN FACULTATE DR. JAMES CARROLL FLIPPIN DR DR. HARVEY ERNEST JORDAN DR DR. HALSTEAD SHIPMAN HEDGES DR DR. JAMES ALEXANDER WADDELL DR DR. LAWRENCE THOMAS ROYSTER DR DR. WILLIAM HALL GOODWIN DR DR. JOHN HENRY NEFF DR DR. WILLIAM EDWARD BRAY DR DR. EDWARD PARTRIDGE LEHMAN DR DR. CARLISLE SANFORD LENTZ DR DR. JAMES ROBERT CASH DR FRATRES IN URBE DR. PAUL BRANDON BARRINGER DR DR. WILLIAM DOUGLAS MACON DR DR. STEPHEN HURT WATTS DR DR. CHARLES VARNER AMOLE DR DUDLEY CROFFORD SMITH ROBERT VIVIAN FUNSTEN FLETCHER DRUMMOND WOODWARD HENRY BEARDEN MULHOLLAND JAMES EDWIN WOOD, JR. CHARLES BRUCE MORTON STAIGE DAVIS BLACRFORD ANDREW DEJARNETTE HART OSCAR SWINEEORD WILLIAM WIRT WADDELL CARL CASKIE SPEIDEL WALTER W. HANRINS NOBLE MAXWELL GOODLOE WILLIAM EUGENE APPERSON HARRY CARRINGTON FLEMING DR. ROBERT WILLIAM MCCULLOUGH ACTIVE MEMBERS IN THE CLASS OF 1937 HARRY LEE ARCHER RAY EDWARD BURGER HENRY ST. GEORGE TUCKER, JR, JAMES JOHN GRIFFITTS ROBERT L. BAILEY, JR. F2571 WILLIAM S. COLE ALBERT R. GILLESPIE KENNETH B. GRIM VICTOR F. MARSHALL JOHN R. SEAL 1 9 .. 7 CORKS AND CURLS E. M. ANDREWS G. G. BERKLEY R. M. BIRD R. H. DAVIS E. G. DODSON A. C. EPPS W. H. PEDEN C. L. PRINCE G. T. RAINEY H. M. SMITH, JR. R. B. TUCKER E. E. WAGER, JR. MACD. WELLFORD W. L. ZIMMER R. L. PAYNE G. W. MAPP PEYTON HOGE W. S. BANKS J. W. LEYS A. R. GARNETT J. A. COCKE T. MARSHALL J. H. RUST T. W. MURRELL WELLFORD REED P. M. MINOR F. C. ARMISTEAD G. H. REESE, JR. 55- sv? .- . '7 N ' ,..,. .' . ' -19 S1 - 1 QQ .I we, ff' Wy: "4 ' ' JH F7 Its" , A Af A .wf.If A ':Xi'gg"f,f ' 'fig "" :.'g.'.'. its fl, 'i'42',E4?lE:J "fly -.: , ,Y ' .fv.': "' LAMBDA PI FACULTY MEMBERS JOHN LLOYD NEWCOME, B.A., C.E., Sc.D., LL.D. RICHARD HEATH DABNEY, M.A., PH.D. RICHARD HENRY WILSON, M.A., PH.D. ROEERT MONTGOMERY BIRD, PH.D. WILLIAM HARRISON FAULKNER, M.A., PH.D. WILLIAM ALLISON KEPNER, M.A., PH.D. ACTIVE AND GRADUATE MEMBERS S. R. DAVENPORT, II R. A. HANSON A. L. HERRING, JR. G. M. CARY L- E- BROWN, III A. W. TUCKER, JR. W. L. SMITH S. BRASSELMAN F. S. CAMPBELL, JR. W. T. COOPER W. L. GILLIAM J. C. M. HUME, JR. G. G. SIEEELS, JR. H. L. OPIE W. B. JONES N. L. BARNWELL P. C. TROUT E. R. W. MCCAEE W. REYNOLDS, JR. N. C. BRIDE C. FLEMING, JR. E. W. MCGRATH T. C. KING, JR. W. F. BANTA R. B. PAYNE K. H. BEER J. H. NOLL W. R. WEEKS, II P. B. CLAGGETT J. S. KEGLER L. W. SCHMIDT J. W. ACREE R. C. WATTS, JR, lf258l F. L. WATSON, JR. R. M. BLAKE A. D. WILLIAMS W. G. POINDExTER C. G. MIDDLETON, JR C. WILLIAMS, JR. J. H. T. WILSON W. GEORGE, JR. D. W. ORRICK R. C. CHRISTIAN T. M. SAWYERS M. A. JOHNSON, JR. J. B. CRALLE, II S. C. BOWMAN, JR. R. M. REYNOLDS J. H. BANTA S. R. CONNELLY, JR. T. P. MCCARTIN B. H. LAMOTTE W. L. BALDWIN C. E. WHEELER W. C. WORTHINGTON F. J. CRAMER R. G. DENNE A. B. CONNER TOM LAFFEY DON TAYLOR DICK CABELL DAVID OWEN BILLY BARTELS MAC SKELLY CONWAY MONCURE JOE BEATTIE GORDON REGAN MAC FIRTH FRANK WILLIAMS KNOX TURNBULL LUCIEN GREENE PETE IRVING MAC GORDON KELLY HOOKER CHES GOODALL JOE PINDER AL BERKELEY DAVE TODD DAVE HARRISON JOHN KISER JAMES SARGEANT HARRY DINWIDDIIZ BOB MILLAN COBY DARLING JOHN WALBERT DICK BERNARD .we .-. zur. 1 fs!! -rw, X 4- J ,493 . QA' ' EN ' MQ, 1 .. ' If 7' M 3 l f'-f4SJit .. .-X , 3 ,-H! .. I1 in -ff' elf 59 ? Vs! A lv X V I ,IJ .fm 3 -I 'A 'I- "fx- - I N: K7 5 1 j - LG 'iff' 'I in gxqf W yx 41 WE '47, fffvfawg- A -I 4?-'X SKULL AND KEYS GRADUATE MEMBERS VIRGINIUS SHACKELEORD NORM ROBBINS FRED LOVITT BOE ST. JOHN JUNIE FISHBURNB ACTIVE MEMBERS FRANK LANDEEELD LEW OEHMIG BITSY WHITESIDE COLSTON CHRISTIAN CAB MADDUX LUM WELLFORD DUNCAN GIBB BUZZY PARKER CHARLIE HILGARTNER BEN KINSEY A FRANK THOMPSON HENRY CLARK JOHN HENRY FRED ZEISEERG JIMMY EDMUNDS HERB SIERCK STUART BROWN KEN MALO LAWRENCE LEE LANG DAYTON BRANDER TALIAEERRO SAM CULBERTSON JIM BRAUN DICK LANKEORD HENNING HILLIARD H2591 TOM GORDON SPIKE WATLING LYNE SHACKELEORD JAY JAMISON WEIR TUCKER GEORGE FLOWERS LES FORESTER WALKER JONES BILL DOAK ED RICHARDSON HUGH LIVENGOOD PRATT REMMEL FRED CAMPBELL BILL SOUTHGATE BILL BANTA BUD ABBITT BRECK GOODLOE JOHN GEPHART AL REUTLINGER CHARLEY O'NEIL BILLY HOPKINS JOSH CAMBLOS BILL DALE ORD PRESTON HUGHES GARVIN BILLY MOORE CHUCK SMOOT DICK ELY I 9 3 7 CORKS AND CURLS R EIT V W3 2 H. A ' ,fa A bi ' SCARAB CHARLES NIELD BAYLESS DAVID JAMESON GIBSON STUART PHILLIPS FROST WALTER ROWBOTTOM NEXEN THOMAS STEVENS GEORGE, JR. JOHN GEORGE SADLON SAMUEL JUNIOR SCHAEFFER CARL FREDERICK SCHAUS EDWARD BYERLEY WILKINS I2601 SOCIETIES 4 WB 4 4 lu' 4 44 ' '4'v44 ,I 1 44' 44 4,4 'I 'ilu 4 4 044,44 l "nn , 4,f44 4 .. ""51s4. 4 ,, 4.1 4 . l.t,,.' X 4 . . -12' . D' 12223211 ,.1 254- .13-.-,.1'.-4.1 4. 1-.' -4-. -'-- . -'-xr -2:- A V. v.., -..., 4 ri. '.'."-'a1::11'.:' ' .5.,,.g3., 11'.f1.:4... fxn.,y,'.4,I1' .. I . . 4 . 2'.',4.g11Lgx , ,-,4x' 141, 4'41-v11'v1l41v44"'413- 4'4',4Ef -H In '4 'o4'4.'f4' 4 v.' .4,'u,'l4'4, 4494 444 4 4. 4 4. 4 4, 44, 4,-44144 . .3-.g441'4,go4,v,,g4 4144' v4 5 ., .g4,v44g4.,'4.154 14' ,44,, ' ,4 4 ' 43-4 M . '44 '4 144 4 '-r 'f4 4 'I '.-.4.g-44. ' ,Ag .1g4,g4, .,- 5 ,4 ' ' ,u2'44.'n,!4,'41'lK'4 4 41 , ,.ss'za.3g1x' '-11g5za1zg:gm3.4,' ,.:5423g41,ug4 w5geu,g45g4.14. .-4215121161551-96 4 ,..111z11g4m1:ff4tg111'-'.-, .41-Q-.-44-,'4.z'4.'4 4. -4 4, ,-- - -,-4,,.,l4..4.,s,-4,'4,s, 4 -4,-44,f4 4,-4.44 4.4 .. ff 4 4 44 4 4 4 GW-. Wlteikd-11319 1151113-174 "l-'.411g4'-1 51,11431:2:g112geg4.,111'-111 X .g3x211:21g1t2Z'.g11g1311Q.-, 444'4,'4,441'4,f.'1,'o'4,4.' . 4.'4,-4,-.,f.,4.v4,4,-,,4,-4, ,'l,,u' ,.l, 9, 4 1, g,l, ugh.. ,4.'4.n.. 414494 4, - 1- 4,. 4 4 444 4,4.,4, , 4,344 4..,. 4, 41-15-W'45,-.g4.44g414441. 45,44-Kw ,-11-1142'1'11' -112'-1'11gv'F15-1'1"4'54 I ll'9f '.9-ll of I"p'l4 .-4541344-4,-4'-, -.-4.f..'.-..-.a-.-..- ,4,l, 4, 4,4,,4,4. -,,44,4,44,'4,4,-4,4 N, 4,v4,v.,4, .,v .44.4,44,4.,4,-, 4 '4,f4 4, .,,4,f -4.44 1.4,-.-. , 4. 4,4, 44 4 44 4 '4'4.-4,4. 4,4- 4'f4'4 14'4 l4"4' .'."4'f.'-'-.- .A.'4 4 44 spun. ,-.'n,44,4.'4,. ev. 4'4'41',14,4,,44 .3,14.'4,n-4, . 4 4 . ,,..:g1:4 0241141-42-12-' . -414mm-.1 ., 4. 4,f. .4,o4,4.,4, .44 -.44.f-.- 4,', n 'a 4 HJ- -4 4 ' 04",- 4,4,- -4544. -' mug., ,' 8 '41'1g.',-341 ,.:vS'a1zg21Y1'. 'fipig -W 1424337-'-" A. 4, 144, . 4. ."4 Q Q41-Q11 X . 5 u g4 4 4 4 4 CORKS AND CURLS "13" SOCIETY EUGENE E. WAGER, JR. RAY E. BURGER GORDON FRYER RAINEY CHARLES KILLIAN WOLTZ JOHN CARROLL LEYS EVAN J. MALE ROBERT L. ST. JOHN GEORGE HANNAH REESE, JR. MORTIMER M. CAPLIN MATTHEW CULLEN WILKIN FREDERICK C. ZEISBERG, JR. E. GRIFFITH DODSON, JR. KNOX TURNBULL l:262l H' ii If 263 1 5-A 11qqfppg:,1gpnSwnmwmM1uumaY9lQNM:n7.:f5h?4xwm14wmvf'w-mis:-.1m!'m'2r:'iHr-4-:vm NJN:,wee'k-Iv:wv1.'.':e4:'v1iV'Q:7gm-pm31.54 w:n,mfs.-naw .,,.4,w im ,Www K: M ' IES"-R " "4U5'Cg-64-' 'N4JIT?fF4F'iVn'dFJIJS'aW1Kii33i53l5?J'l41WhidlF'QivW:EJ52--UdM+i.ievii5IiHx3spi-dill-iaAin'-.Sai-1-4-HVOCJI-Q' Q-f11lbi5bCHLfwla0iKiSn?!JIv'G:5w" ',,.,',fh,g,n' "' 'S' "' 7 CORKS AND CURLS I 2 J, j , kilpl EUGENE EDWARD WAGER CHARLES LEMUEL PRINCE GORDON PRYER RAINEY THOMAS MCEARLAND SKELLY DONALD QUEE TAYLOR JOSEPH KENNETH MALO WILLIAM LOUIS ZIMMER, III GORDON REGAN JOHN WESLEY LEYS HERBERT WENTWORTH SIERCK EDWARD GRIFFITH DODSON, JR. WELLFORD LATHROP REED ALFRED RANDOLPH GARNETT LOUIS WOODBURY SCHMIDT CHARLES KILLIAN WOLTZ ALBERT FONTAINE REUTLINGER ROBERT LOVE ST. JOHN JAMES EASLEY EDMUNDS, III RAYMOND GREGORY DENNE ALGERNON SIDNEY BUFORD, III AUGUSTUS CHARLES EPPS CHESTER COBUIN DARLING, JR. JOHN SCOTT KEGLER . DONALD LEWIS FITZHUGH JOHN KIRK TRAIN, JR. GEORGE WALTER MAPP, JR. C2641 1' ills!!-3,"'r:,:-A415--.7 'WWlA'M-I.I.,:IIw, . I -,I.,,,., . . .,,,,,..,.,,,,,,,,,,A,!,,,,,,A,,., .1--rw-N-I-If , "'C'iJE'fl!2!'R!!'F-"E11IEF"1T "1T"' "TIT Lk1Wf""L'T'lZ"' ' ACTIVE MEMIEERS MA'l"I'IlliW ClI1.l.liN WILKIN WILl.lAM BOOIIIII ,BARTIIIIS JUNIIIS ROImIas FISIIIIURNII FRIIIIIIRIQIR CARY LOVITT GIIOROII GOLIITIIWAITII SIIIIIIILS, .lR. WIIIR MITCIIIILI. TUUILIIR HIINRY ST. GIEORCIH TUCKIIR, JR. FRIIIIIIRICIQ CLIIMONS ZIIIRIIIIRO, JR. GIIORIIII DOUULASS MII.I.IIR CARY jOIIN HIINRY NCJLI. KNOX TURNIIULI, SAMIIIEL NLJlllfI.IiliT ETIIIsRIm:Ia, JR STOOIQTON GRAIIMII TURNIIULI., JR. JACKSON Llili PRAY STIIIIIIIIN RINTONII .DAVIiN1'0R'I', ll STIQIJIIIIN HURT WATTS JAMIIS HliNNlN4l HII.I.IARIu OIIN Hl'ZNRY NIIFF DUNCIAN MORAII COORII GIIORIIII BOARIHMAN EAOIQ GRIIfIf GIIOVIQR BIIRRIILIIY ROIIIIRT KIINT GOOCII EVAN JAMIIR MAI,Ia IAMIIS MAI.r:OI.M LUCK 7ll.I.IS COLQIIIIIIOIIN CAMI'IIIaI.I., J DAVID jAsI'IIR VJOOII STARIII DAVIS BLAIIRFORD HIEWSCJN MICIIIR DAVIII ELLIS BRONVN CUSCAR SWINIIVORII, JR. TIIOMAS MUNIfORIm BOYII AI.IIIaR'r TIIOMI-:ION YORK ROIIIQRT COI.Ias, JR. CIIARLRS TIQNNANT RRIIIARII TURNIQR LI.IswIII,I,YN MII.I.IiR GIQORIIII MINOR COI.Ifs GIIOROII COOIIIIR l'65T R .,,, ,,,,, , C W OR KSA ILLIA M ZIMMER, III GORDON RAINEY MITCHELI. BACON CHARLES PRINCE DONALD TAYLOR ROBERT BANKS JOHN TAGGART CULL EN W ST V ILKIN . GEO RGB T IRGI UCKER NIUS SHACKELFORD GORDON REGA CHA N RLES F WOLTZ REDERICK ZEISBERG JO HNH M ENRY CFARLAND SKELLY A. C, EPPS KNOX TURNBULL KENNETH MALO HERBERT SIERGK N D C UR L S EVAN MALE LOUIS SCHMIDT JOHN MORGAN . GREGORY DENNE LESLIE FORESTER ROBERT MILLAN NORMAN ROBBINS EDWARD ANDREWS SIDNEY BUEORD GEORGE MAPP DUNCAN COOKE ALBERT REUTLINGER KINSEY SPOTSWOOD COEURN DARLING WALKER JONES CARL BERGMANN GRAEME TURNBULL THOMAS GORDON ROY MULFORD BILL DOAK C2661 ACTIVE MEMBERS GRIFFITH DODSON, JR. EUGENE WAGER, JR. ROBERT ST. JOHN JOHN LEYS GEORGE CARY - WILLIAM BARTELS RANDOLPH GARNETT GEORGE SEIBELS, JR. GRIFF BERKELEY JUNIUS FISHBURNIZ DONALD FITZHUGH FREDERICK LOVITT DAVID OWEN JOHN NOLL WILLIAM POINDEXTER WELLFORD REED MCKELDBN SMITH, JR. WEIR TUCKER WILLIAM BANKS ' JACKSON FRAY NORFLEET ETHERIDGE, JR. KIRK TRAIN WILLIS CAMPBELL, JR. STEPHEN DAVENPORT HENNING HILLIARD JAMES EDMUNDS THOMAS KING, JR. ROBERT PAYNE, JR. JOHN KEGLER STUART BROWN, JR. I2671 FRATRES IN FACULTATE ARMISTEAD MASON DOBIE, M.A., LL.B., S.J.D. WILLIAM HARRISON FAULKNER, PH.D. JOHN HENRY NEFF, B.A., M.D. JOHN LLOYD NEWCOMB, B.A., C.E., Sc.D., LL.D STEPHEN HURT WATTS, M.A., M.D. DUDLEY SMITH, B.A., M.D. HENRY B. MULHOLLAND, M.D. FREDERICK DEANE RIBBLE, M.A., LL.B. OSCAR SWINEFORD, B.S., M.D. FRATRES IN URBE LEWIS HANCKEL EDWIN VALENTINE WALKER CLAUDE CARROLL CHARLES EDWIN MORAN PATTON PIERCE HOLLIS RINEHART, JR. DAVID ELLIS BROWN EDWARD MGPEAKE PERCIVAL HUNTER FAUKCONER GEORGE COOPER GEORGE MINOR COLES LYTTLETON WADDELL JAMES DREWY WOOD JED HOTCHKISS IRVING JACK RINEHART 1 9 3 7 CORKS AND CURLS "GRIE" DODSON . . . . . . . .President "GORDIE" RAINEY . . . Vice-President "DON" TAYLOR . . Secretary "LOD" BALDWIN "NAT" BARNWELI. "KEN" BEER "DICK" BELL CARL BEROMAN "BOBBY" BIRD PERCY BROWN "ROY" BROWN "SID" BUEORD "DICK" CABHLL "CHARLIE" HILCIARTNER "HENNY" HILLIARIJ "KELLY" HO0KIiR "JOHNNY" HUME MARCELLUS JOHNSON HJOSIIH CAMBLOS NBIRIPSEIEIDH CARY COLSTON CHRISTIAN "PETE" CHEETHAM t'ALECK', COCK!! "CAD" COLLINS "FRED" CRAMER "COBY" DARLING "STEVE" DAVENPORT CARY DAVIS "UNC" DAVIS GREOCE DENNE "BILLY" DICKSON HARRY DINWIDDIE "GRIIf" DODSON "JIMMY" EDMUNDS "JACK" ELLIOTT "JUNIE" ETI-IEREDCE RALPH FEIL HJUNIH FISHBURNE HPUDGYH FLOWERS "BILLY" FRANCIS "SNAPPER" FRAY "RANDY" GARNETT HUGHES GARVIN "DUNC" GIBB "BILL" GILLIAM "RAE" GLENN HCHESH GOODALL "BRECK" GOODLOE "TOMMY" GORDON "DUNC" HAWLEY "AL" HERRINC WALKER JONES WILLIS JONES "BEN" KINSEY BYRON LA MOTTE "LARRY" LEE I2681 "JIMMIE" MCGUIRE "BUS" MALE "KEN" MALO "TOM" MARSFIALL "BOE" MILLAN MPIIILU MINOR "BILLY" MOORE "GUY" MULFORD "LOU" OEHMIG HIIiROME OPIE "DICK" ORRICK "DAVE" OWEN "JACK" OWEN "BOB" PAYNI5 HDICKH IPAYNIZ "BILLY" POINDEXTER "CHARLIE" PRINCE "JOHNNY" PRITCIIARD HSNIPEU RAINIEY GEORGE RHESE "WELLY" REID "ED" RICHARDSON "JOHNNY" RUST "ECO'HEAD" SEIEELS LYNE SHACKELFORD "ARNIE" SLOAN .sMAC" SMITH "JESS" STOCKER "JIM" STRAS "DON" TAYLOR GORDON TODD KIRK TRAIN "SAINT" TUCKRR WEIR TUCKER "FRANKIE" WATSON HCHARLIEU WHEELER HBITSYH WHITESIIJE UARMIIEH WILLIAMS "CANKY" WILLIAMS TYLER WILSON "DUKE" WOOLRIDGE MORTON WRIGHT "BILLY" ZIMMER FREDERICK ZEISBERG . FREDERICK LOVITT ROBERT ST. J JOHN ACREE EDGAR ANDREWS, JR. JOHN ANTRIM FONTAINE ARMISTEAD MITCHELL BACON WILLIAM BANKS JAMES BANTA WILLIAM ,BANTA WILLIAM BARTELS JOSEPH BEATTIE, JR. ALFRED BERKELEY GRIFF BERKELEY JAMES BLACKWELL ROBERT BLAKE SHEARER BOWMAN SHIRLEY BRASSBLMAN STUART BROWN RANDOLPH BROWN FRED CAMPBELL WILLIS CAMPBELL PAGE CLAGGETT A. B. CONNOR GERALD COSTELLO GARLAND Cox LANG DAYTON WILLIAM DOAK RICHARD ELY AUGUSTUS EPPS MALCOLM FIRTH DONALD FITzI-IUGH CARL FLBMING ROBERT FLOOD LESLIE FORESTER D. L. FORSYTH JOHN GEPHART WOODRUFF GEORGE C. M. GORDAN BILLY GOWEN LUCIEN GREEN ROBERT HANSON EDMUND HENNING PEYTON HOGE . . . . . President VicefP'reside'nt OHN . . Secretary PETER IRVING JOHN KECLER THOMAS KING RICHARD LANKEORD JOHN LEYS CHARLES LINCOLN HUGH LIVENGOOD FREDERICK LOVITT WARNER MCCABE THOMAS MCCARTIN ED MCCAULEY ELEXIS MCGRATH CABELL MADDUX GEORGE MAPB I2691 9 CLARK MARTIN CHARLES MIDDLETON CONWAY MONCURE JOHN MORGAN ROY MULEORD WILLIAM MULFORD WILLIS NEAL JOHN NOLL WILLIAM PEDEN ORD PRESTON CHARLES PRICE RALPH QUALI5 GORDON REGAN PRATT REMMEL ALBERT REUTLINGER WALKER REYNOLDS NORMAN ROBBINS JAMES SARGEANT LOUIS SCHMIDT VIRGINIUS SHACKELEORD HERBERT SIERCK MACFARLAND SKELLY CHARLIE SMITH WILSON SMITH WILLIAM SOUTHGATE KINSEY SPOTSWOOD ROBERT ST. JOHN BRANDER TALIAEERRO DAVID TODD PHILIP TROUT KNOX TURNBULL JAMES TWYMAN EUGENE WAGER JOHN WALBERT WILLIAM WATLING ROBERT WATTS WILLIAM WEEKS MACDONALD WELLFORD NEVE WHITE CULLEN WILKIN CHARLES WILSON FREDERICK ZEISBERG 1 9 3 7 CORKS AND CURLS THE JABBERWOCK I2701 um-K hs, 1:2711 . ,, . . I 3,1 ,n A1 ' . , . . ,u ,s . n 4 ,fee J ,, 15,31 . ,. ,We ' J' ,QQ-Q' , 5 " ,f1,,f",.'f , fqmf' .I -f,, ,t',5..v .', ',f .9 4" -5, 4' -,. ,Q nt QA .f' ,I -'ni' '66, 'qu , ,.5' 'QQ wa P ,."4', H ,r , , 5f55:,5'1.' Y V. 1 .H J, gig- 'W , .1 g,-gh WE,- ,fg'.g..g .',, ,,,, H., 4 .0 . ,. ' 1 lx N -' ' isle. 1 0- 1 ,9 ,. ' e', . ' ,QI , 0 '- ,. I M.-I , of.. Ln X ,254 ,li .0 .' I 1 nt, ',.-1, ' 0' X yl C I ,v . ,n f ,, - ., 433, . ' 0' . 1 Q1 f 1' .f ',-' ' . ..1- Q' ww .v , ' 'ga 13 6, 4- ,.q6f,,3q,1' . ' ,ff 5, 'wx' X :M .4 1.42, M .f Q- ,,."'-sg f ' '-X-"'f.. "' zfwfffsc. , n .3 . '-aw. 4" ,Q ' wottsgqaf- . we -, ' , . ,- NZ ' , "v, 'U ", 101,555,3- ,N , .1 , A 3,--' QQ , ' ., : N' ', .U ,Meffzf ' . . 1,4 " 9 2,45 .195 ' "'.?Q2,, . 455219: ' "Q, ' jaw, 'f.a,,," .. ag, .1 iq, :f A' 1 ,W .vu .1 uw 9. '7'.G4W.n -.,-,,, X ORG BOOK S A T10 H NIZ S wi P M' M isis 'U 4 'N' . V wi tx-- , ' 1 . - ' af?-,.-. , , , r .tl - ...,ukg., ,,,, ... . , ,. .,,, x f VP, ,,v, .,4 5 4 I fl 4 'F V Mx! 1 'R I r ,gnu , 5 J, 1 , , "J-r .Nix . Ura . 'I A. M - .-4- I N r AA 1 IH V I V I -r hh-Q S X J u , I 1 kfnv -I - . I I-Wx '11, 'Lv K' 0 -.N..1, V. ..A. 'x 'Y .4 f Glyn 1 ix 71, xi 1 1 v , , rv,-fl, . L 1 . IT-'Y in 4 i I u I THE HONOR COMMITTEE COLLEGE KNOX TURNBULL GRADUATE S. GRAEME TURNBULL ENGINEERING LAW JAMES L. STIPE DUNCAN COCKE MEDICINE E. RAY BURGER I 2 7 5 1 1233" ' " 'i8d,5"rT W, mv. -fr' ,w..vA.- .-I... , I , - V ..I I-nh - I A 5,--. . M 1 Ifwa --:mn , ' ml VIE Li2E!:LC'2L?Jl'lfAfF'.-T5"' 1 9 3 7 -. f F QD C7 S 4' ".:...v" aw' THOMAS MARSHALL GEORGE HANNAH Rnnsu, ja. President Secretary and Treasurer CGRKS AND CURLS, INC I276l CORKS AND CURLS, INC. OFFICERS THOMAS MARSHALL ............. President JAMES O. PUTNAM .... .... V ice-President GEORGE HANNAH REESE, JR. . Secretary and TTCGSHTET BOARD OF DIRECTORS THOMAS MARSHALL GEORGE HANNAH REESE, JR. JAMES O. PUTNAM LEROY E. BROWN, III E. I. CARRUTHERS J. C. BARDIN A E I7 A T .Q B 0 II X fb A K E' A T A A Y K A K Z IP A FRATERNITY REPRESENTATIVES ARTHUR CAPLIN JOSEPH CRALLE ELMON MILLER . JOE BEATTIE . BEN KINSEY RICHARD WOODS LUIS VILLALON WILERED ROACH CHARLES LINCOLN . IRVING GALIN ZX . . . EN . X. HYDE . TEQ GX . QAX . ZABT ZW IPAQ. . flf E H . 'D I' A . 'P K Y' . fll K L' . II K A . 17.4.41 . . AKD. . JAMES PUTNAM RICHARD STEIN . LUDWELL BALDWIN WILLIAM GRASTY ROBINSON BROWN ROBERT BICKLEY BENTON LEFTON JOSHUA CAMBLOS A Y' . . CARRINGTON WILLIAMS ZA E . . WILLIAM VERPLANCK . RAPP BRUSH BRYANT STAPLES ARTHUR DAVIS JULIUS PERLINSKI . HUGH KABLER JOHN HUNTER ALVIN NEWMYER BRADLEY PEYTON lf277l 1 9 3 7 CORKS AND CURLS, 1937 CORKS AND CURLS, 1937 THOMAS MARSHALL GEORGE HANNAH REESE, JAMES PUTNAM . CLARKE BATES JACK BRENT JOSEPH KLINE HERBERT BALDWIN LOUIS DEPUTY WILSON HANNAH RUPERT FULTON JACOB E. KATZ . JAMES M. REESE STEPHEN CAREW ROBERT CARTER JAMES I. CODDINGTON, JR. . HARRY GAVER EXECUTIVE BOARD JR. EDITORIAL BOARD BRUCE MCCLELLAND BARRY MARSHALL D. C. MITCHELL MARVIN PERRY . . EditorfinfChief . Business Manager Assistant Editor RODMAN VAN LOAN JOHN WALLER ROBERT WOLTz ASSISTANT BUSINESS MANAGEIK LEROY E. BROWN, III EDITORIAL BOARD AD JUNCTS PHILLIP MALONE GILBERT NALLE GEORGE PADDOCK, JR. WILFRED ROACH DANIEL SICHER BRYANT STAPLES BUSINESS STAFF Adjuncts ROGER HALLE WILSON A. HANNA WALTER JONES D. C. MITCHELL If279J ROBERT STOUDT DAWSON TRIPPE CHARLES WHITE PRYOR WORMINGTON Advertising Assistant . Business Assistant JOE POWELL WARNER PRICE ROBERT C. SIMMONS, JR CARTER TALMAN 1 9 3 7 LLEGE TOPI If280J COLLEGE TOPICS COfEDITORSf1NfCHIEF FONTAINE C. ARMISTEAD GEORGE H. REESE, JR. BUSINESS MANAGER JACOB E. KATz NEWS STAFF News Editors JOSEPH B. CRALLE S. HUKIIIIES GARVIN F. ROBERT STRAUSS Assignment Editor: GARLAND P. Cox Morgue Editor: JOHN M. TRAPNIELL Assistant Assignment Editor: GROKIE MICKEY Stag photographer F. GEORGE DUPONT Feature Editor: BERNARD J. GREEN Associated Press Editors: ROBINSON S. BROWN, BROCKENBROUGH LAME, JR., HAMILTON MCKINNEY Feature Writer: GIL FAATZ Exchange Editor: W. H. BANCROFT Reviewer: HOWALD BAILEY Assistant News Editors: NEWMAN N. BAUM, GEORGE M. BEAN, WILLIAM M. MOORE Associate Editors: GEORGE L. CHRISTIAN, NORMANN P. COHEN, E. C. HUTTER, PETER OPPEN HEIMBR, W. E. ROAGH, S. H. ROBSON, W. C. WORTHINGTON Reporters: BODLEY BOOKER, JR., MAYNARD DEEKENS, EDWARD R. DYER, WM. H. GAINES, JR. PHILIP R. IVIALONIE, JOHN E. MANAHAN, GEORGE A. PADDOGK, JR., CHESTER ROSENDERG CHAD WALSH, BERTRAM WIEAL, JR., PAUL R. YOUNG SPORTS STAFF Sports Editors HENRY A. W. HARPER, JR, JOHN W. RIELY Assistant Editor: MAXWELL J. MARDER Intramural Editor: R. A. HANSON Associate Editors: MURRAY BALSAM, H. W. FINNELL, ED KNOWLES, B. D. WEISS Sports Reporters: W. K. F. GRANT, JIM MALLEY, JOEL THOMPSON ENGINEERING BUREAU Bureau Editor: L. PHILIP LEIBOWITZ Reporters: F. G. BENDER, CHARLES F. BILD, JULIAN FAGAN, J. E. MIDDLETON, JOHN S. OPPEN I-IEIMER BUSINESS STAFF Assistant Business Manager: DONALD J. BARKER National Advertising Manager: HERBERT G. BALDWIN Local Advertising Manager: ROBERT M. REED Q Assistant Advertising Managers: L. J. DEPUTY, WILLIAM FRAMPTON, III, C. H. LEHMAN, R. F SONNEBQRN Circulation Manager: SIDNEY M. RUEFIN Circulation Adjuncts: SANFORD RITTER, HARRY HARRISON Business Adjuncts: JACK KUHN, A. C. MARSHALL, J. H. PAGE, JACK WHITEHEAD l28lI 1 9 3 7 . .W .MAI ' , A , I , ':?r VIRGINIA LAW REVIEW I282II VIRGINIA LAW REVIEW CHARLES K. WOLTZ . RALPH M. JERSKEY . . EDITORIAL BOARD HENRY H. GLASSIE, JR. . . . MEADE C. PATRICK CHARLES M. CRUMP D. HARVEY BLAIR . WILLIAM H. FILE . . EditorfinfChief . Notes Editor . Decisions Editor . Decisions Editor Book Review and Legal Editor Virginia Section Editor ASSOCIATE EDITORS L. B. BLISSARD M. L. CARTER D. MCR. COOKE G. V. CREDLE, JR. J. S. DORTCH, JR. W. P. EPES, JR. A. C. EPPS W. L. FUGATE R. C. GOODMAN ROBERT H. MAY, JR. . R. V. RICHARDSON . H. H. PIKE G. E. . Secretary L. GULETTE S. HIRSCHLER R. J. HOWARD A H C . G. KOPLEN . W. LUSK, JR. J. J. MARSHALL C. G. MEYER, JR. S. M. NOTTINGHAM, JR. M. H. ROSENBLUM A. E. SMITH L. C. THOMAS F. B. TRIMBLE R. B. TUCKER, JR. J. L. WACHT N. M. WELCH W. L. WILLIAMS J. R. WISELY J. R. WOLF BUSINESS STAFF I283I . Business Manager Assistant Manager 1 9 3 7 CORKS AND CURLS STUDENT SENATE M. GULLEN WILKIN . . .... President ROBERT M. MUSSELMAN , . Secretavyfreasufev PEYTON H. HOUE, III . . Assistant Secretary MEMBEIKS T1-forvms D. CARTER J. FORSYTH GLENN GEORGE B. CARY PEYTON H. HUGE, III G. GUY FERGUSON, JR. IVEY F. LEWIS, JR. EVAN J. MALE ROBERT M. MUSSELMAN GEIJRGE L. TAEUR, JR. LUIS J. A. VILLALON M. GULLEN WILKIN I284l CIJIAOI FIATPI2 - OEOZ A .I HAEC'0LlI1tl'TEl"I1N1SSE'lUVABIT JEFFERSON J. J J . tI II rt tAJ S OCIETY 18 25 OIT OFFICERS First Term Second 'Term WERNER L. JANNEY ...... President JAMES M. BREWEARER ..... President JOSEPH D. BURROUGHS . . . VicefPresiderIt RUSSELL B. STEVENS . . . VicefPresident NORMANN P. COHEN . . . . Secretary NORMANN P. COHEN . . . . Secretary HOWELL A. ROBINSON . . . Treasurer HOWELL A. ROBINSON . . Treasurer Third Term RUSSELL B. STEVENS ..... President ROBERT M. MUSSELMAN . . VicefPresident EUGENE M. CAFEEY, JR ..... Secretary HOWELL A. ROBINSON . . Treasurer STRINGFELLOW BARR RICHARD HEATH DABNEY ARTHUR KYLE DAVIS GEORGE BOARDMAN EAGER ROBERT KENT GOOCH SIDNEY J. BAREAN JAMES M. BREWBAKER EUGENE M. CAFFEY, JR. DAVID CARLINER NORMANN P. COHEN MYRON L. GREENE DICK WICK HALL EDWARD L. CROSBY, JR. DONAL DINWIDDIE EDWARD T. DUNN, JR. FRED E. FRIES MAYER M. GOODMAN MEMBERS OF THE FACULTY JAMES S. HART ARTHUR MERRITT JARMAN THOMAS CARY JOHNSON JOHN JENNINGS LUCK F. DEANE G. RIEELE JOSEPH LEE VAUGI-IAN WILLIAM STONE WEEDON REGULAR MEMBERS ROBERT C. JACOB, JR. WERNER L. JANNEY JOHN L. KRAUSHAAR THOMAS A. KURTZ KENNETH S. LAWRENCE L. PHILIP LEIBOWITZ JESSE W. LEVY ROBERT M. MUSSELMAN PROBATIONARY MEMBERS E. BURWELL HAWPE JAMES E. HOOFNAGLE JOSEPH A. JAFFE ROBERT H. MCELVANY ROBERT A. REISTER GEORGE I. RESSEGUIE l285l LEWIS CATLETT WILLIAMS DAVID COLE WILSON JAMES SOUTHALL WILSON JAMES EDWIN WOOD, JR. THADDEUS BRAXTON WOODY PETER W. OPPENHEIMER HOWELL A. ROBINSON EDWARD E. SHAPIRO LEWIS SHULMAN RUSSELL B. STEVENS GEORGE L. TABOR, JR. LUIS J. A. VILLALON CARL F. REUSS STEPHEN D. ROCKSTROH MARTIN R. D. SINGER HUGO SONNENSCHEIN, JR. C. DAN THOMPSON 1 9 3 7 ri ,fd Ai., xi -- V.. , Y. M. C. A. OFITICTIERS E. Cv. DODSON ........ President R. W. GARNETT, IR .... VicefPresident S. HIIKZFIES GARVIN . . Recording Secretary COMMITTEE OF CHAIRMEN G. C. ARMISTHAD ....., Discussions Glionrsu CARY .... First 'Year Cabinet B. J. Dlucs . . Publications and Literature J. E. EDMUNDS . Si. Andreufs Brotherhood I. G. RUST . BOARD OF DIRECTORS W. R. SMITHY ....... Chairman F. L. BROWN F. P. DUNN1Nc:ToN J. C. MHTCALF W. M. FORREST I. F. Lrzwis E. A. KINCAID W1LsoN Gnu F. D. G. RIBBLE S. A. MITCHELL I 2861 E. I. CARRUTIYIURS ...... Treasurer WILLIAM KYLE SMITII . . General Secretary DR. W. R. SMITIIY Clirnn., Board of Directors W. R. MONTAGUE . University Bible Class j. R, Momus, JR ...... Wesley Club M. M. RAMs1aY . . . Baptist Student Union . . Presbyterian Club . . Recording Secretary L. T. Rovsrun G. B. Z1:11M1m A. R. ELLIOT UNIVERSITY BAND BOARD OF DIRECTORS HAl7l.IiY B. WILLIAMS ..... President JAMES M. GRAINOIQR . JAMES M. BRliXVllAKliR HlilllllillT H. BRl'l"l'liN Clarinets Basses Tvombcmes G' A- BERLIN E.D1aNN1s 1. F. jAcOnsON -T R. DENNIS J' MAUHAL R' C' DUN' E. L. MALONR E. E. GOLlJS'I'liIN J. L. G S. HlaR1aT1CK A. HAlJSliNIfLLICIK . M. INMAN B. F. LRAKH C. F. Ruuss R . M. STAFFORD M. WARRNN B. G. WA'FKlNS O E. Wll.1.1s J. GleRmsR D. Rlauvl. Percussion H. C. BATES D. BUTTON E. L. CROSRY J. T. WARIJ Piccolo j. M. GRAINGHR f2871 J. M. Moss B. H. MCCRAORIQN Bcwitones H. H. BRITTRN H. ClIAMllliRLAlN Altos J. M. BRUHAKIER H. M. DUVALL F. E. Iflulcs L. SOUTIIWUTII Vice-President Comets G. K. BROWN G. CORN R. S. GO1.lvsMlT11 19. W. HliMl'S'Fl5Al3 C. P. IV1lTCllliI.L R. C. PRALL R. Rims . 1. SHORT M. SILVHRMAN R. B. STEVENS . j. TRRACY . B. WIL1.lAR4s R. R. W11.s4JN T. K. RLIHBUSII 1 J. A J H 1 9 3 7 ' ZWEQ'-K. Z. .f .- 3512 f.' Fi GLEE CLUB MACDONALD WITLLFORID .... President E. FRANTZ HIiRSHEY B. G. EIIERWEIN A. R. EHREAR C. W. GASQUE G. BERLIN T. P. BRYAN H. C. CIIAMBERLAIN W. CUSIIMAN M. DEEKENS F. C. ARMISTEAID W. L. BALDWIN R. O. DEININGER H. B. FIELD S. I. FIRTEL A. E. HARVEY C. F. HAWKEY R. P. HILDER HARRY ROGERS PRATT ..... Director First Tenors R. E. HAWKINS A. PIZYTON G. K. KLOSIE L. L. SULLIVAN First Basses B. DIENER L. B. LEE T. S. GEoRr:E E. C. MEAD A. P. GRAY H. L. MEISEL P. H. HOGE , R. S. MICKEY W. W. JONES H. C. MURMELSTEIN Second 'Tenors E. L. HANIsoN A. LLITTRELL E. F. HERSI'IEY E. L. MALONE T. O'N. HINDMAN A. H. MEYER NV. GENSEN F. P. NICHOLS Second Basses D. A. JENKINS H. LICKLIDIER B. JONES R. F. Looms W. KIRK M. B. PERRY, JR. H. L. BAILEY, Librarian and Accompanist C2881 . Manager S. WIEIJEMAN W. REYNOLDS W. T. PURDUM D. R. WEEE C. WILLIAMS H. B. WILLIAMS C. I. WRIGHT M. M. RAMSEY K. A. SPARROW P. K. SI-IEEFIELD A. C. STEVER C. M. WADE MCD. WELLFORD ROBBINS C. H. R. G. REED . I uk!-I -. ' . . lf. X lf! is Ill 1,-' STUDENT UNION GOVERNING COMMITTEE EUI:I5NIz E. WAGIIR .... ...... P residcm PBYTON H. HUGE, III . . . ......... Social Activities WILLIAM S. BANKS . . . Informatirm and Guide Service ROBERT 1. BARRETT, JR. . ..... Dulancy Library MRS. A. E. WALRRR . ......... Hoslexs DR. I. F. Llawls DR. C. H. KAIIWMANN FACULTY ADVISCJRS DR. Ivrav F. Lrawls MIX, G. B. EAUIIR, JR. DR. H. E. JORDAN DR. W. S. RODMAN DR. MALCOLM Lum: Lzaol 1 9 3 7 U if . I 'he 15mm Glluh nf Ihr niurrniig nf Hirginia Founded Septembev 1936 CHARLES KILLIAN WQJLTZ ...................... President GEORGE HANNAI'I REESE, JR. . . . ...... ViccfPrcSic1em MATTHEW LYON ........... SecveLa1yf'I'i'ea.suver GOVERNING BOARD COLLEGE TOPICS FONTAINE C. ARMISTEAD JACOB E. KATZ CORKS AND CURLS THOMAS MARSHALL GEORGE HANNAI-I REESE, JR. T1-IE CAVALIER PEYTON HARRISON HOOE, III MATTI-IEW LYON THE ENGINEERING NEWS JOHN F. GLENN IVEY F. LEWIS, JR. THE UNIVERSITY MAGAZINE LUIS J. A. VILLALON ROBERT M. MUSSIILMAN THE VIRGINIA LAW REVIEW CHARLES KILLIAN WOLTZ ROBERT H. MAY, JR. Elected foi Distinguished and Meritorious Service-1936 S. HUGHES GARVIN PEYTON HARRISKJN HOOE, III I Th C 1. JOSEPH B. CRALLE, II from College Topics E. HARVIiY SMITII 5 from 6 HUNT F. ROBERT STRAOSS RALPH M. JERSKEY 1 LEROY E. BROWN, III ' from Corlgs and Curls MEADE C. PATRICK from The Law Review HIiNRY H. GLASSIIE, JR. I MEMBERSHIP KENNETH S. GINICER-Cavalier, 1936 WALKER JONES-Cavalier, 1937 122901 T431 'Iii THE CAVALIER ASSOCIATION, INC. PIEYTON H. Holm, III ..... Prcsidunn IVIiY F. Llewls, ju. . . Svcrcmry E. HARVNY SMITH .... ViccfPnesidenL MA'r1'ulaw LYQN . . . . Treaxurcr W. V. T, jl1s'1'ls . . Second Viva-Prcxidmn Fl.,vr1'Y Home CIRANKSIC .IULIUS .LYON SI,0l'l'Y Luwls Sctoov SMITH Aft Editor Plum HURUMAN Circulation Manager VAN DARI s Associate Editors Duma DUPUN1' BILL Gow Gu. Ibmrz Bon HANSON Fwolm Colzklfsvowm-:NT .IIQNKINS Advertising Staff DUN BARKHR ' H1 Kwv Hlicvrou Douc:11'rY BILL WliliKS Business Manager VICIKMIN jus'r1s I29II 1 9 3 7 CORKS AND CURLS YEIC-ifiiiEIT"-.si'.1'6 iKT3IlEW.'iT5L'lS1x1RIE5IQW1i.T T5EDU.LR5 2I'Ki'E4Zl?.L ffl? ',..i.fLIS.l.'w1L, .. :I'f..LE Jk1.L1I'2TE1L4Lli.I 'QS ' . 'TW' "F "" 1 ALUMNI ASSOCIATION or THE UNIVERSITY or VIRGINIA OFFICERS PAUL D. BARRINGIER, '77 ........... . . Honorary President BERNARD P. CI-IAMEERLAIN, '22 . . ...... Pvesident JULIEN H. HILL, '98 . . . . VicefP'resident 1. MALCOLM LUCK, '16 .... . Secretaryfreasurer WILLIAM H. WRANBK, JR., '19 . . . . Assistant Secretary BOARD OF MANAGERS 1937 MAITLANI7 H. BIISTARD, '24 JULIIEN H. HILL, '98 JOIIN STAIOE DAVIS, '25 1938 BERNARD P. CIIAMEERLAIN, '22 AMBIJER H. MOSS, '27 MANTON DAVIS, '01 1939 JOI-IN S. BATTLE, '13 C. S. ASHEY HENRY, '99 CHARLES R. FENWICR, '24 I2921 W. J. MILLER, '09 MICHAEL B. WAGENHEIM, '22 ROBERT R. PARRISH, '26 ROBERT G. STEVENS, '17 WILLIAM H. NEFF, '12 LAWRENCE W. H. PEYTON, '94 """ TW'-I"'T-""T":Y27U.I:JI.ZI3a.E"1F'mrf'XYE-lF'!FF!9lhIT?7iTV'1T1TC"'Y'427!"7',I7.F?.TI"'7FFEY7'.'T5"lT'1fii"?f1.- .' . 'TEE .Y 'W' "F" f "" ..-.. ..-. .,,, , . ,.... . .- .,.... ...., ...... .,..,.... IY'.Y!TI?7?1.5.lT13TZ"F" 7 W THE VIRGINIA PLAYERS MORTIMER M. CAPLIN . . ..... President J. GILBERT FAATZ .... . . . . VicefPresidcnr CHARLES V. SMITH . . . ...... Secretary GEORGE H. FELDMAN . . Business Manager Associate Professor of Dramatic Art and Instructor of Dramatic Art and Director of Manager of the Virginia Players: the Virginia Players: HARRY ROCERS PRATT ROGER BOYLIE MEMBERS BARIIARA BAILEY SIGMUND BECK PATTY BOYLE MURIXAY BROWN JOSEPH COIIN NORMAN DAVIS FRANCES DHNSLOW STEWART DENSLOW BROOKS ELMS JANE FERGUSON DANIEL FORTUNOFF FRANCES GRANT ELIZABETH GRESIIAM ALAN HAZARD RICIIARD HIENRY JULIUS HOI-RINS FREDERICK HLIRIDMAN GORDON INGRAM PAUL KIENDALL ELLIOTT KRONISII GILIIERT LHFTON IVIEY LEWIS DORIS LUDWIO ALIIERT MACUIRE If293l JOSEPIIINE MATTHEWS ROYSTHR MCEWEN ROGER MCGRATII LEONARD PRICE LYDIA RIANIIARD ADELAIDE SAUNDIERS LOUIS STAIILEEORD RICHARD STARR JOSEPII STRATTON SARAII WALI,ACIi CHAD WALSII JOHN WINf:IfIEI.D 1 9 3 7 EPILOGUE In closing we wish to take this opportunity to thank a few of those who have made the production of this book possible. To Mr. W. A. Daniel, of Benson Printing Co., we express our appreciation for his effort in laying out this book and for his subsequent and invaluable assistance. Also we thank Mr. R. G. Benson and the entire staff of the company for their wholehearted cooperation throughout the year. Secondly we thank Mr. Leonard Glover, of Lynchburg Engraving Co., for his aid in the planning and production of this book. His personal interest and the qual- ity of his company's workmanship were beneficial and, indeed, essential to us. Thirdly we thank Zamsky Studios, Inc., for the excellence of their photography, their efficiency, and their punctuality, for without these no Annual can succeed. We thank Mr. Frank Hartman, Mr. E. I. Carruthers, Miss Polly McMurdo, Dean Lewis, President Newcomb, and other members of the administration for their val- uable aid throughout the year. We also thank the individual members of the Editorial and Business staffs of Coiucs AND CURLS for enthusiastic aid, as well as those generous contributors to our snapshot section. College Topics generously helped us from time to time with much needed publicity. Members of their staff, especially John Reily and Robert Hanson, have ably con- tributed much needed features in the athletic section. Business Manager, George Hannah Reese, Jr., has shown remarkable ability in financing this volume, while at the same time actively participating in other impor- tant activities. To him goes the credit for our record sales of this year. Mr. Bill Wranek and Mr. Dick Turner, of the Alumni Association, gave us their unfailing ,cooperation in furnishing us with photographic copy of athletic events, for which we thank them. In closing we thank our subscribers and advertisers for the faith they have shown in us and in our predecessors. If you have any criticism of this book please voice it to the incoming staff ably headed by Jim Putnam and LeRoy Brown, who will welcome it. Criticism to us would be useless now. We hope this book pleases you, as we have tried our best to produce a more attractive portrayal of the year's events at the University than ever before. We take what we hope is pardonable pride in this book, and hope it will be a valuable stepping-stone to bigger and better issues in the next years. We apologize for our shortcomings. Thanks for bearing with us. THE EDITOR. F N N : x I N. lk K I With Cur Advertisers . . . Look fOI'.f5 gs -53 the original advertisements placed ago by Anderson Bros., Gordon 'gi and King Greenhouses, and Kaufmanls, Inc. I:- in Corks and Curls fifty years 19 . x Note . , 'Eiga those advertisers who have been serving University students for over a half century A 86 P Stores Chancellors Keller and George University Book Store the University Grocery gtore, and B. and W. H. Wood, Inc F Anderson Bros., Students' Book Store, Directly Opposite Post Omoo. University of Virginia. Publishers of Professors' llotos. and lgonts for the Publfko- tion of the Un' it IMDIZINL :vert y The Western l'niem 'I'm-lcgmpli 4 ruin- is in um Suriv. .mol wr: arm' rnnm:1 to el hy 'l'm'lrlllimn- wiill x lfillllw 1 ' " y namv in rh. ' ' ' Tl ph g ph copy ofthe first advert: pl d by A d B h CORKS AND CURLS, VI 1 1888 PRESTON CCJURT APARTMENTS 'MODERN FIREPROOF STUDENT AND h FURNISHED AND HOUSEKEEPING P "'1eS449'1571 UNFURNISHED ' ff rf .rg ' 'P 4' ' f gf ff-'QQ .- Efififivf i m, 9 5115- ' , . , ,h w i li Vf yggfi' Im' I Izfn ' -:Lf - gy, :ff- I If 331: ?"51 ' H Z f' I -b,'fij" 'i iff ' 'THE GENTLEMENS CLOTHING And Accessories, both Imported and Domestic ' COLLIDS ' 'IDC' "M Awww Iggwfen AGENTS FOR BOSTONIAN SHOES UNIVERSITY, VIRGINIA STUART CIRCLE HOSPITAL 0 Richmond, Virginia o Medicine: Ophthalmology, Otolaryngology: ALEXANDER G. IZRQWN, JR., M.D. OSBORNIZ 0. ASIIVVORTII, M.D. MANFRHD CALL, III, M.D. M. MORRIS PINCRNRY, M.D. Al.lzxANmcR G. BROVVN, III, M.D Obstetrics: GREEK HAUGIIMAN, M.D. BRN I-I. GRAY, M.D. VVM. DURVVOOIJ Sums, M.D. Physiotherapy: IEl.sA LA NCR, B.S. Tr'fh11i1'i11n MARc:ARla'r Colm: N, ILS. y'I'l'fllIIl'IlIIl Surgery: CIIARLIES R. RomNs, M.D. S'I'UAR'l' N. MICHAUX, M.D. R0m'R'1 C Bm w M D Urological Surgery: JOSliI'II F. GMSINGRR, MD. Oral Surgery: GUY R. IIARR1soN, D.D.S. Roentgenology and Radiology FRED M. Ilonmcs, M.D. 1 ' .. w ., . . I.. O. SNEAD, M.D. A. S'l'IiI'lIliNS GRAHAM, MD. R. A. ISHRGHR, M.D. CIIARLIIS R. ROBINS, JR., M.D. C1.lF'l'oN M. lVllI,I.IiR, M D. R- Iii' Vvkmm-' M-lj. pa,l,010gy, Medical Illustrator: VV. I.. MAsoN, M.IJ. RIECIENA BECK, MD. DUROTIIY ll0O'I'II Stuart Circle Hospital has been operated twenty-four years, affording scientific care to patients in General Medicine, Surgery, Obstetrics, and the various medical and surgical specialties. Detailed informations furnished physicians. CHARLOTTE PFEIFFER, R.N., Superintendent BARNES LUMBER CORP. CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA. Phone 448-451 Building 0 Construction 0 Remodeling Building Materials Attention Fraternity Managers! ESTIMATES GLADLY FURNISHED "Build With Barnesn C..s.B f X . X' -5:5 .- r ":' 55: ::, ::' 'V Gentlemen's Clothes Custom Tailored With Fine Attention to Detail From Imported and Domestic Fabrics English Weatherproofs, Gabardines and Whipcords Topcoats from Galashiels, Scotland English and Domestic Neckwear Furnishings, Footwear and Hats for all occasions Riding Coats and Breeches Q STEVENS' SHEPHERD C0 Incorporated Gentlemen's Dress, Lounge 81 Sport Clothing University Virginia CONGRATULATIONS CORKS sa CURLS ON YOUR 50TH ANNIVERSARY ' THEN THERE WERE NO AUTOMOBILES ' BUT TODAY You need: FIRESTONE TIRES BLUE SUNOCO GAS AND OILS STUDEBAKER CARS- ALBEMARLE MOTOR CO., INCORPORATED BRD AND WATER PHONE 856 6TH SL MARKET UNIVERSITY Efffffii jf DRIVE-IT-YOURSELF L I. Incorporated T4 ' 1200 WEST MAIN STREET phone 1300 The UH1VCfS1ty D1ner ! PACKARD The Place To Eat That s Hard To Beat Sales and Service 1331 W. Main St. UNIVERSITY, VA Good Foods FOI' Good Meals 8 From the Breakfast Coffee to the dinner dessert-you will find everything for your marketing at your nearest """'s""'E5 A. 81 P. FOOD STORE Alt t JR allg JOSEPH POLOGRUTO Merchant Taifor UNIVERSITY, VIRGINIA Q 1 1 gn" H T W Mm I, GEN TLEMEN 'S CLOTHES STYLE CORRECTNESS AND INDIVIDUALITY ALSO w 1 1 1888 . FIFTY YEARS AGO We were an integral part of The University of Virginia, serving the students then as now. We saw CORKS AND C URLS appear and watched its steady growth with interest, as it, too, won its place in the University. T 0 DAY CHANCELLOR'S DRUG STCRE C on gratulates C ORKS AND C U RLS on its Golden Anniversary, and as always stands ready to serve and assist the students of the University in their undertakings ' 1937 "AT THE CORNER" PARAMQUNT MODEL STEAM JEFFERSON LAFAYETTE T1-IEATRES Ph 250 401-409 West Main Street CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA. GREETINGS FROM The Banks of Charlottesville WHO OFFER . . - - ..- Thelr FIIIQUCIQI SSITVICSS and FaC1l1f1eS TO THE Faculty, Students, and Alumni OF THE UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA O CITIZENS BANK AND TRUST CO. NATIONAL BANK AND TRUST CO. PEOPLES NATIONAL BANK All Members of FederalD p I C p This is a reprint of Kaufman's advertisement in the initial issue of CORKS AND CURLS fifty years ago. Kaufman's have been serving the University students since 18725 and today, as always, they are faithful to the highest standards of dependable quality and authentic styles yafefkfz and gauge AND STERLING kwekfw sind Wflibakzna PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS 122 East Main Street PHONE 41 I ,M,,,Mm,48,5 WHITMAN'S CANDY Fresh Each Week VIRGINIAN BILLIARD HALL AT THE CORNER COMPLIMENTS OF BROWN 81 WILLIAMSON TOBACCO CORPORATION Manufacturers of RALEIGI-I-KOOL-VICEROY- WINGS AND AVALON CIGARETTES and SIR WALTER RALEIGH SMOKING TOBACCO PETER PAN CLEANERS WE DELIVER Quality Work Our Alteration and Rep Department Will Please Y For Speedy Service Phone 58 915 West Main St. COMPLIMEN TS OF H. M. Gleason and Company COMPLETE FOOD MARKET 401 East Main Street PHONES 111 117 118 129 d 309 Harris Hardware C Sporting Goods Paints-Glass Household and Hardware O 417 and 419 W. Mai O n CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA Ph ne 17 -WALTER H. PAGE- Fifty years ago GORDON In KING placed the above ad in Volume I of CORKS AND CURLS. Since fhaf Hme Gordon and King and their successor, PAGE GREENHOUSES, have been serving with qualify and dependabilify fhe sfudenfs of fhe Universify of Virginia When you think of I YOUR FRIENDS ones Barber Shop UNDER THE VIRGINIAN AT VIRGINIA Just above the Corner . MANICURE You will remember . The Cleanest and Most Up To Dale THE CELLAR SHOE SHINE EDWIN T. DRISCOLL, Manager Use the Xervac for Falling Hair COMPLIMENTS UNIVERSITY BCJOK STCJRE Classroom, Laboratory and Study Supplies for Collegians Since 1825 -BACK OF UNIVERSITY DRUG STORE- UNIVERSITY BILLIARD PARLOR BILLIARDS ' POOL PING PONG Special Rates Army Goods Store MOTORIS M c G I N N E S S T h D d I Tl C L E A N E R 5 0PP0Sg,gggggERSON 'uivifhf fefvffean Next to the University Q STORAGE, P t Om PAINTING, os ce , , , Ruling Equlpment REPAIRS, AND 0 Q TIRES Men s Wear Phone 1216 Sporting Goods U-DRIVE-ITS DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE GENE WOOD'S GARAGE Bociy, Fender, and General Auto Rebuilding Welding, Brazing, and Soldering Washing anci Greasing Battery, Starting anci Ignition Largest Wrecking Crane in City PHONE 335 Official AAA Service 3 d and Main 3 C. M. WADE APARTMENTS I Raleigh Court Jack Jouett Monroe Brandon 2? -Your- CITY LAUNDRY Office-Phone 317 Home--Phone 1772-W STUDENTS B A L A N C E D , . WELCOME L A U N D R Y 5 5 V A L U E S ff ' Q ARE AVAILABLE WHEN YOU ,Z 3 When Downtown PATRONIZE 'Q Shop At APPROVED LAUNDRY N , N I VISIT THE C T ST INC Standard Cut Rate Store ' On the Corner rd and Main Just call 200 'REQ 3 , o 5 ee 2 if -L 5 q4Z"'lru1'Rg,o+ l'Coal CONGRATULATIONS That Corks and Curls On Your Fiftieth Anniversary Q o MONTICELLO DAIRY BURNLEY BRQS. Phone 416 STUDENT of FURNITURE AT COMPLIMENTS Meet the Crowd SOUTHERN RESTAURANT The Cavalier Next Door to the Reasonably PARAMOUNT THEATER , FOR Priced The Eating Place for Reguijr MTI? Find Students 7 WIC CS an I'll'l S Specializing in Seafood and Chinese Dishes WITKIN S "Where the Spirit of Virginia Prevails" A. W. COX DEPARTMENT STORE MALLORY HATS NO-FADE SHIRTS CLOTHCRAFT SUITS Charlottesville's Most Popular Department Store 200-202 West Main Street Charlottesville, Virginia THE MONTICELLO HOTEL Cl-IARLOTTESVILLE, VA. "Home of Jejfersonian H ospitality" 165 ROOMS FIREPROOF O T. W. ETHERIDGE, Manager BECAUSE- this book is bound in a Molloy-Made Cover it will continue to be a source of satisfaction to you throughout the years to come. A GOOD BOOK DESERVES A MOLLOY-MADE COVER The David J. Molloy Plant 2857 North Western Avenue CHICAGO, ILLINOIS KEG BEER, SODAS ORANGE JULIUS PLATE "Food That Hits the Spot" NA D9"'lll5h LUNCHES WE DELIVER PHONE 863 Good Drink" THE SATISFACTION Of knowing your order will always be lilled with the finest fresh flowers that are guaranteed to please, has made us the Florist for hundreds of the Uni1'ersity's Student Body. Why Not Let Us Be Your FLORIST? VALLEY VIEW GREEN HOUSES Incorporated Cavalier-Economy Cleaners QUNIVERSITY BRANCH OF ECONOMY CLEANERSQ We Telegraph Flowers Pl'l011e 922 Minor COLIN THE UNIVERSITY GROCERY Smithfield Hams Albemarle Pippins and Winesaps First Quality Meats COUHIKY Hams and Groceries THE UNIVERSITY RESTAURANT Regular Board or a la Carte "At the Corner" CHARLOTTESVILLE LUMBER CO.,Inc. General Contractors BUILDING MATERIALS 0 PAINT WALLPAPER Safes Service Clotluiers ancl Furnishers TO THE MEN OF P t C1 A . The University of Virginia ar s an ccessorles For More Than Fifty Years I Claarlottesvllle Motors .l- B- E99 W- H- W00Cl Incorporamd Incorporated Phone 717 308 East Main St. Charlottesville, V GILMORE, HAMM E3 SNYDER Incorporated Furniture for the Home and Office cl-IARLOTTESVILLE, VA. GENUINE AGENTS Fon FLORSHEIM AND FRIENDLY noriginal Pocalwntasn COAL PACKAGED AND IN BULK Satisfaction Guaranteed O THE PACKAGED FUEL COMPANY Post OHice Box 292 T9l2Pl10l10 87 CHARLOTTESVILLE, VIRGINIA SHOES I. N. Waddell Shoe Co. Incorporated 306 EAST MAIN STREET The Home of V Hart, Sclzaffner 53 Marx Suits THE YOUNG MEN'S SHOP The New College Plvotograplvv of Today! It's the age of a new photography! Almost magical has been the development of equipment, surprising has been the photographer's cleverness and skill in using this new equipment, and most avid has been they college and school appetite for results of this definitely forward step in photography. . This is the story of a studio that has kept abreast of the times, that has acquired the new equipment and whose operators have enthusi- astically developed the technique of this new photography. This extra expense has been incurred and the effort extended with the sincere hope of oifering to the colleges and schools a studio capable of producing toclay's modern photography. When skill and service of such high order are available today, there is no reason why colleges and schools need accept mediocre photography. Zamsky Repeats Again 111.29 ZAMSKY STUDIO 902 CHESTNUT STREET YALE RECORD BLDG. PHILADELPHIA, PA. NEW HAVEN, CONN. LYNCI-IBURG ENGRAVED ANNUALS ARE BUILT UPON YEARS OF EXPERIENCE AS SPECIALISTS IN THE FIELD OF SCHOOL PUBLICATIONS IN successfully Fulfilling the requirements of the modern College Annual Staff we have combined a comprehensive and systematic servicing program with that high standard of quality so essential in the production of Fine yearboolcs. Lynchburg engraved annuals are built by an organization specializing on school annuals exclusively, there- by assuring each staif ol the personal and in- telligent assistance so necessary in the planning and designing of a truly satisfactory boolc. LYNCHBURG ENGRAVING -COMPANY- LYNCH BU RG ' VIRGINIA 5 L 3' in F N ll S31-lS!lq'l1.a IS PHIIITITIIJ ElIIlIPAHYi'rI1ASHVIllE 0 g, L slenuuq oiau UNDER ' RISING as a monument to a great educator of the past and to the initiative of the progressive educators of today, the new library of the University begins to take its place in the life of a growing in- stitution. CONSTRUCTION th Front , ! N . THE OINDER BLOCK COMPANY ' ADDS sturdy materials to skilled engineering in the building of an imposing structure. .glyfi ' l . -TJ f ' - Manufacturers of Binder Building Nor th Front Blocks Richmond, Va, G. BURGESS President T. T. JONES S ecretary- Treasurer NEW LIBRARY BUILDING UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA ' Now Under Construction By oy 6 602 LL556!! Building and Industrial Construction RICHMOND, VIRGINIA A- -Ig ,pnusv'k 'if In 'I 'fxafwdv I' I v- ' ' . W F-fwfr 4 I f . 1 -""45'Ix. h : , 'U' Yu ' , r,," 'JI I . , Wil 'E-.""'. .4 II. - '. '5-.AIM ,. -1-42" ' M T '- -Q .1 "V ', . 40- " if .- f ff -:.-.. If ,. ..r,'f'v ,T-.-ra A V A I KADL,-wir? V 2 A A L , ry.-. vcr, 9 LIIVI 'ff' Z III III' I :I A' 1 ' 'llilai AA A'g Iri I l. 'I L ' I I' 1 'Ir '- -' I' ' ' - -'1IIf?'! ' V R: tm., la- I-31 ' If . -. It 'Q?'I,,,'f-- H ' ' 'I4 " 'H-"ft If I 3 In.I-f.fl.nIIi'.i-.Zgf.'4f-6' T ,. IW IV - gf we 1-:H -,I 3 ,, - v , A f ' "' I - An,- . 'f'1",f1c IQ, ". ' Q ' - qu- 5:- .I1"1:"I..I' TMI 1 I 1- ---...I-A--'A---A A - W-, A.-,Af 4, . 4-f I ,i : '1 -.Tb-l " ' X " .. --- -N -ff-f -f n A ' C V- - - . Y 7 . , Perspective of South Front I FACE BRICK UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA LIBRARY BUILDING Manufactured and Furnished By E. T. MANKIN, INCORPORATED BUILDING BRICK "Hand-Made Colonialsn FACE BRICK RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Office and Exhibit Room Yards: MANBUR, VA., So Ry 527 EAST MAIN ST. York Rive D vns on .. -W '- n "' 5- . sq 4. ' . , ,. . ,. U , r, ., vm .., ,-,,l , .ur ',.-v' NQG. AN. n 'i""f V . i .3 . 1 D' . ,. ,3- ff , :F ' . ' 4 A11 5 .,,. 1 .. f 1 f ' 5 1h :fa rr, VXI ' HSN . f '-H "' 1' "-4 .' . if xfn :"" " I' 'wp . . . H , .--Wi-,--H--. -' r- gay, .M "1 ', f- - 5 .I "f'W:"Jm -,ggi 'i'L NJ. Q W .Q h Wg 4'- Nu ,A tv, b., 'W :- J, v i' x-A 4 u 4 'N ' ZS . JJ , - vi A ' ' I a- a ., A lr . ' f Q W - .11 W?" " 4 il., I "' J4 ng ,A ' I - . .1 -.., - . ' 5L. ,E 'hh 2 3" i 1 ,,, . X 'v A -f'1'5m?' 1 A, "-T 4? .J 'E' 4 n , . -fl: I 1' 1 in 1 --13434613 rr sg Q E , 1 S +, -5 I -,4 ,Gm FXR' S Q . -,.-...W-nw . -MMI . - ,,.- L- . .,, -. " . 9 N 'ah . 'J A wa ,Xe .I 1- 'H n ' u 'V' M I . vw ' nfs, 1 .. v 'K mx- 'W 1 - I . N 'W -N .,-,w5'f'1, ff - - . ' U 4 P-gi W " ' . .f.,-,.4,, N . ' Xu , ,fi .nuns-I , 1, ,. 1 V+- mtv' wk , ,4 ,, , . , 1 an -5, 4 W A . ,, " ' 4 wi 'Q-.I A-.. W Q ... . . .7 1 , . Q .Pvt l J Q1 ', ' M 5 ,, .gf , , ,:... L p J 1 M , S-, .M I A v ' 1 F -, - .11 ,f H WN ,nc L, 7' ,' ,.n , 'Rf ,V MN . f fix, E .J , ,K R. 9. A lu- , WJ!! M- ' 1 ,wx ', ,FK J - 'ISL- Q J ,M A ' VY!! A - -, I Aw. , 1' v. W-- ,JE- ',.,,,,. , V ,vu ? Q :idx - ' ,W ,, 'L as 3 6,711 'V ,x a iz' 5,- 4, W i gg :,. Q Z ' n ., Q 3f',:,':f W2 .M 1 A. -., . im f :rg A x - , F H v F 1 I ,, Y ,, rl 1 , . ' V Wu . V 0 'g""!5.1 rt: . , AN VK -M ,, ,. - 1"-N' ' r ,N , , . m . - - Ui Nr.Jfk,l C X Ilgpgqg W . ' 'Z h f r A' '4 EW 1, - M, ' ' ' A w ' A - ,IQ w vu f K f . . E -X, , '- yy , :nm 3 . ' 1 L ,. - V, " f:.' Nj4' - .92 ' 5 l an ,W w V , w V' av ' naar L ,ff rx 'qv ,I Yu . V V ' , Q , v - JL . ' Vt ' 1. -- , X ,P '. Q. . . 'z -I .v , . 'f'-f, 1 f , 1 16.4 Q, . t H- , Ib V .- I, A . Afmbm A I 1 7' R - ,f- ' f1a ff ' ' . ,. rfiqw ' ,H ,, I A i h,i,,.,' - 17,151.5 iw .awk ,-kpgx. N ,,,,H,,,,, dv I , , pm , VK ,x ',x.,., 1, ' ' ' A f X - V Viv . A Q , 1 " F. , ' ' t,:.w4':.""4ffl: ,,,,, ' M., W' ' V . gy " I .t v A :' ,- M "JA ' A K' , 'L u H L I wh QL" 'BI - r ' " ' T"- M I ' -e ,Y 0 Q.. 1 'S AF K c, I' yr, n .f I . wg: .. -i, r , 1 , ,, , , W ' fm , , , Q" W ' 11.4551-,'wv,mAQ:,,7 'wx W ,v.-.Nw-.m..i,., - , , - ., .,,.. +4 upturn -1--. ' ,,w.,,.,, k U v qu. -gs il ff :....tT.... W ' W,H,-- 0, S - 'X ws - u . .xv ' - - . , , J ly -


Suggestions in the University of Virginia - Corks and Curls Yearbook (Charlottesville, VA) collection:

University of Virginia - Corks and Curls Yearbook (Charlottesville, VA) online yearbook collection, 1927 Edition, Page 1

1927

University of Virginia - Corks and Curls Yearbook (Charlottesville, VA) online yearbook collection, 1933 Edition, Page 1

1933

University of Virginia - Corks and Curls Yearbook (Charlottesville, VA) online yearbook collection, 1936 Edition, Page 1

1936

University of Virginia - Corks and Curls Yearbook (Charlottesville, VA) online yearbook collection, 1939 Edition, Page 1

1939

University of Virginia - Corks and Curls Yearbook (Charlottesville, VA) online yearbook collection, 1941 Edition, Page 1

1941

University of Virginia - Corks and Curls Yearbook (Charlottesville, VA) online yearbook collection, 1942 Edition, Page 1

1942

1985 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1970 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1972 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1965 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1983 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1983 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals
FIND FRIENDS AND CLASMATES GENEALOGY ARCHIVE REUNION PLANNING
Are you trying to find old school friends, old classmates, fellow servicemen or shipmates? Do you want to see past girlfriends or boyfriends? Relive homecoming, prom, graduation, and other moments on campus captured in yearbook pictures. Revisit your fraternity or sorority and see familiar places. See members of old school clubs and relive old times. Start your search today! Looking for old family members and relatives? Do you want to find pictures of parents or grandparents when they were in school? Want to find out what hairstyle was popular in the 1920s? E-Yearbook.com has a wealth of genealogy information spanning over a century for many schools with full text search. Use our online Genealogy Resource to uncover history quickly! Are you planning a reunion and need assistance? E-Yearbook.com can help you with scanning and providing access to yearbook images for promotional materials and activities. We can provide you with an electronic version of your yearbook that can assist you with reunion planning. E-Yearbook.com will also publish the yearbook images online for people to share and enjoy.