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ARTIN T. WILLIAMS, EDITOR E WILLIAMIS, BUSINESS MANAG N THIS FIFTY-SEVENTH CORKS AND CURLS WE WILL TRY TO TELL THE STORY OF OUR UNIVERSITY IN ITS FIRST REAL YEAR OF WAR. OUR SESSION HAS SET MANY PRECE- DENTS IN UNIVERSITY HISTORY, OUR LIFE HAS BEEN CHANGED IN MANY WAYS. WE HAVE SEEN A NEW VIRGINIA AND A DIF- FERENT VIRGINIA. THE PAGES WHICH FOL- LOW ARE OUR SINCEREST ENDEAVOR TO TELL ITS STORY. THE EDITORS. -f-- N.. ""--i.......,,,,, D Eoxcm ww TT XS TO THE MEN OE VTROTHXA WHO HAVE OWEN THETR LNES TN THE SERVTCE OE THEXR COUNTRY THAT NNE DEDXCATE OUR VOLUME. THEY HUMTBER M,'xHY AND THETR HONOR TS GREAT. XXAAY THETR COURAOE, THETR SRTRTT, AND THETR MEMORY BE PART OE OUR UNNERSTTY. PTLW AY S A -I2 MCDVES IN Now s+a+ionecl af 'I'he Universify are six hundred s+uclen'rs in 'rhe Navy's V-I2 College Training Pro- gram. Some of fhem were sludenfs here pre- viously, eifher in 'rhe Naval Reserve Officers Train- ing Corps or on inaclive du+y in fhe Naval Re- serve. 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Baylous, Afhlefic Of ficerg Ensign E. C. Holmberg, Disbursing Officer. N. R. O. T. C. BATTALION STAFF C. R. Coleman, Baffalion Commander: W. M. McCelland, Baffalion Sub-Commander: P. P, Lee, Baffalion Adiufanfg L. D. Miller, Baflalion Com- misarieg R. S. Coleman, Baffalion Chief Peffy Officer. l DRUM AND BUGLE CORPS Drums: R. B. Sullivan, C. E. Hamn, N. R. Shlvely. Bugles: R. W. Ayres, S. H. Murray, A. F. Eisen- man, Jr. l COLOR GUARD C. B. Farber, W. W. Miller, D. G. Wanner, R. P. Shook. FIRST CDIHPIIIW W. E. Heclger, B. G. Cornell, B. G. Janssen, T. C Fisher. J. R, Tl-nrower, B. D. Reynolds, R. C. Allison W. P. Thurslon. B. O. Williams, J. M. Black, S. P. Vasf R. A. McKinley, J. B. Davis, R. L. Davis, L. H. Higgins S. H. Revis. S. J. Bangel, R. S. Coleman, R. B. Davies G. P. While, T. M. Aiken, H, C. Massengill, F. C. Smifh, C. D. Tail, W. C. Cromer, S. R. Young, P. L. Dennisfon, E. W. Bowie. J. Yeanopoules, J. Karamor- Qln. N. O. Schwarlz, W. B. Norilmam, G. R. Williams B. B. Thornion, D. S. Meaden, C. W. Whife, P. E Harrigan, E. C. Wilson, W. W. Sfully, C. C. Casleion T. R. Gibson, A. C. Melervey. IIHUHL RESERUE UFFICERS' TRHIIIIIIG CORPS SJECUIID CUIIIPIIIW R. T. Sims, l. B. Rofhschild, R. A. Schumacher, F, A. Reagan, R. D. Elliol. H. E. Wibberly, E. C. Wingfield W. P. Ross, W. D. Hari, G. T. Willis, G. E. Grimball S, H. Sheinhouse, W. V. Ehrliclc, C. S. Gould, J. W Chorllon. 8. A. Kellam, C. Birnie, B. Z. Angle, A. E Bernard, G. R. Andrews, J. M. Mills, W. N. Shirley R. M. Oliver, R. D, Miller, T. A. Jaclra, R. D. Hechl F. K. Lane, R. A. Helmus, W. H. Beamer, O, A, Gianiny, W. Hill, L. P. Maupin, R. T, Soffield, B. M. Debuslry. J. A. Benlley, P. R. Lourial, H. 8. Fall, E. Clerlr, E. Pace,'B. S. Nusbaum, D. S. Bevan, J. P. Eusfer, A, Newmeyer, J. Rohn, H, C. Loref, J, Scannell. l12 THIRD COIIIPHIW A. Cailin, J. G. Korner, B, Sfewarf. J. W. Sand6rSOfl H. H. Rumble, W. B. French, W. H. Brown, W. Sewell T. Egan, R. G. Roberis, W. B, Rose, J. H. Lefclwum, W. C. Dickens, J. H. Vaamonde, J. M. Fraley, D. H. Turp W. C. Braden, l. S. Abady, R. D. Seiler, J. Nevins, B H. Ehuman, G, H. Tuiy, D. H. Warner, R, H. M Bishop, E. F. Sfrofher, J, K. Nalldeiuli, W. L. Naughan E. H. Canova, T. E. Collins, R. E. Wehole, A. L. Carl- son, R. F. Jareclre, R. A. Gurley, J, T. Camblos, R. E Williams, W. E. McBrainey, G. H. Defwiler, W. Eacho L. Fuller, F. F. Nayor, A. B, Davies, F. E, Pederson R. F. McPherson, P. A. Miller, W. A. Milford, E. M Reisinger, T. G. Green. 131 e 7- N11 FIRST PlHT00n J. M. Adams, R. G. Agnew, E. W. Bishop, W, T. Branlley, l. Brodell, L. D. Burneft, R. E. Carrel,'N. F. Charland, G. W. Coleman, J. M. Doub, I. M. Eskin, A. C. Hawlhorne, T. P. Hughes, R. B. lsenhour, G. P. John- son, H. 'D. Kahn, R. D. Kilpatrick, R. H, Krieger, T. W. Markwood, W. C. Malheny, A. D. Moon, W. P. Morgan, D. H. Morris, W, H. Moser, E. O. McCue, F, K. Odom, G. M. Parker, H. L. Pearce, J. B. Phillips, J. R. Reece, M. A. Robinson, A. N, Sills, T. M. Sfokes, R. F. Thompson, E. G. SECUHD PIHTUUH J. W. Blankenship, R, C. Bryan, H. B, Carpenter, R. G. Carringlon, A. J. Clay, J. H. Coleman, R. B. Crolly, J. H, Curl, H. G. Dashiell, C. J Gamble, R. E. Gibson, F. G. Hilbish, J. W. Jamerson, O. O. Kessing C, H. Lane, J. P. Lane, D. E. Lee, N. E. Lilly, R. M. Lillie, R. H. Logan T. R. McNamara, J. F. Moore, J. W. Old, M. L. Payne, J. H. Pearson: M. F. Pierce, J. O. Pulman, G. D. Rawls, E. F. Sommer, J. K. Spruhan, R. M. Talley, C. H. Tynes, J, C. Walson, T. E. Weir, S. Wells, W. B. Wood. THIRD PIHTUUH J. N. Bohannon, J. V. Boyle, R. P. Buford, R. T. Canada, R, P. Cocke C. W. Cornbrooks, C. J. Dielrich, E. R. Dillard, C. M, Drummond, H. C Duer, J. W. Ferguson, S. W. Griffin, R. L. Hatcher, R. Hines, N. S Ireland, J. W. Jackson, F. D. Jerome, C. F. Kosbob, C. E. Kuldell, J. E Laubach,, R. C. Marshall, H. F. McKenzie, J. W. Morrison, R. J. Muller C. J. Neale, F. N. Peake, H. J. Quinn, J. Rosenbloom, R. M. Rosser M. L. Schalzberq, M. S. Schiff, W. G. Shade, W. H. Speer, E. S. Sullle D. T. Waring, J. S. Wilcox, R. L. Wilson. -s FIRST CUIIIPHIIV TRIIIIIIIIG BIITTIIWLIUII SECDIID CDIIIPHIIV TRHIIIIIIG BIITTHLIUII FIRST PlHTO0N W. R. Allen, J. E. Bailey, J. W. Berryman, R. M. Brandf, W. A. Brlff, J. M. Buchanan, J. G. Bunfin, A. Caqlioslro, N. R. Casey, G. S. Chambers, G. Chrisfman, M. F. Davis, C. S. Esfep, W. D. Falk, R. E. Ferebee, R. M. Garvin, J. C. Hammefl, C. E. Haymalrer, N. A. Heck, W. R, Hifch- ens, T. S. Hollis, R. T. Hoover, H. R. Housell, E. L. King, E. H, Kolcum, C. H. Leafherbury, R. A. Mahone, R. A. McAllister, L. F. Miller, 0. I. Miller, G. N. Moore, D. F. Moylan, J. D. Owens, R. Perkins, J, P. Rufh- Iedqe, T. W. Sfarnes, J. B. Sfullinq, J. R. Swindler, D. R, Thacker, N. H. Trosfel, G. K. Zirlrle. SECDHD PlHTO0N R. N. Anderson, J. O. Barksdale, P, D. Barnes, J. H. Bash, P. D. Brewer, D. H. Brock, W. L. Burger, J. M. Carter, L. F. Davis, W. G. De LaCY. W. R, Dsvallnger, J. F. Dillon, L. E, Cohen, J. H. Fee, E. P. Ferquxon, D. M. Florin, D. W. Gibb, J. E. Hale, W. Harringlon, B. G. Jonscher, C. E. Lyda, L. C. Maior, S. H. McCoy, J. S. McCloy, R. B. Meador, W. V. Pickelf, J. S. Rawlings, H. L. Riggs, D. Riley, R. R. Schweifzer, R. M. Scoff, J. J. Summerill, W. T. Trader, J. E. Younq. THIRD PLHTDUN M. C. Adams, L. R. Alfaffer, W. F. Beer, W. W. Benfz, R. L. Birdwell, J. W. Black, W. C. Bobbiff, W. R. Brown, J. B. Cowles, H. M. Eisen- berg, J. P. Fechfer, M. S. Gross, K. C. Harber, T. C. Hereford, A. L. Howe, L. H. Kaplan, J. H. Lapp, G. McBride, L, J. Perry, T. B. Parry, H. J. Rambo, J. D. Riddick, J. F. Smifh, L. O. Smifh, E. B. Snyder, R. I. Sfewarf, N. W. Slockinger, J. B. Sfokes, Y. E, Slrauqhan, M. L. Sfrauss, T. A. Travis, W. H. Underwood, M. J. Vofaw, J. H. Waldron, R. G. Walfz, J. B. Wyckoff. , .fail I FIRST PlHTO0N N. N. Adler, E. R. Ayres, W. H. Barnelf, R. W. K. Bixby, C. L. Border V. A. Bressler, W. K. Carr, B. N Carler, R. S. Cass, G. H. Coleman W. B. Crenshaw, E. L. Dodge, J. P. Edwards, J, P. Elkins, E. A. Fried man, J. O. Green, C. W. Jennings, P. J. Jansen, S. W. Johnson, E. J Kochan, M. B. Lamoreux, R. B. Meriwelher, V. A. Moore, R, W. Richard D. A. Russell, W. G. Sarrell, P. L. Schuyler, L, J. Scinlo, H. B, Scolf B. B. Todd, G. E. Trachsel, L. S. Waldrop, J, T. While, T. E, Wyckoff SECUHD PlHTO0N H. H. Blaclrshear, C. H. Bove, W. B. Bradshaw, J, H. Casey, C. C Chifwood, J. W. Clarkson, D. H. Crockell, V. Cummings, W. B, Daily W. D. Davis, H, C. Decker, R. M. DeLozler, C. W. Devier, A. J, Hall J. M. Harper, J. M. Hehm, M. O. Holf, W. Hoyl, H. G. Huffman, E M. Hulbard, M. W. Jacob, W, Kanlor, R. C. Kay, M. W. Lehman, F. N. Lewis, J. V. McKee, G L. Miller, R. C. Neal, S, A. Nolhlnqham, R. A. Repass, F. R. Richmond, R. Rogers, I. R, Srnilh, R. V. Terry, M. C. Wagner F. Wilson. THIRD PlHTO0N R. G. Bradshaw, D. H. Branscum, C. A. Broaddus, Q. M. Burneff, L. H. Callsch, H. L. Chodosh, R. S. Cofer, A. J. Davis, V. H, Egch, E, W, Gamble, L. M. Goldslen, E. S. H. Greene, R. C. Green, J. R. Hanlrins, A. Hawkins, S. P.'Hileman, P. R. James, R. G. Kindred, J. D. Kreis, J. B. McDonald, W. A. Mendylra, C. L. Minor, P. L. Minor, W. E. Purnell, L. B. Reynolds, J. B. Rodqrld, C, H. Sackefl, E. P. Sacks, W. M. J. Sheppe, P. A. Shoaff, R. Sfragnell, H. W. Vanderbilf, P. E. Van Order, J. D. Varner, M. L. Williams. I 1 l 1 I THIRD CUIIIPHIIV TRIIIIIIIIG BFITTHLIOII wwf? . l "ff"""" . K . l lf. 1 L E' sl ?.,,f ., - s gr' 'Niv- l Bi . 7 J J l ...Y in Q . 7 , we-,V . S . ll s..q . X FIRST PlHTO0N F. L. Angell, R. W. Baulegain, G. A. Beam, R. Carler, M. O. Dailey L. D. Davis, L. L. Davis, J. C. Delamore, E. M. Dixon, J. O. Edmund son, S. H. Ford, C. Henson, D. C. Houle, C J. Jesser, D. Kusick, F. H Le Clare, W. P. Maddy, N. H. Marr, J. P. McDonald, J. F. McMlllam R. B. Moore, C. O. Owens, J W. Reimer, A. L. Richardson, T. B. Rey nolds, M. M. Schwarlz, R. M. Scoli, E. B. Shellenberger, I. R. Slewarl J. H. Swan, W. L. Underwood, A. B. Wainwrighl, R. Webb, B. B. Welsiqer J. H. Willslein. SECUHD PlHTO0N B. A. Bailey, B. S. Banks, T. N. Barlh, A. Bass, J. W. Boyd, C. W. Brooks L Brooks, J. H. Clarke, E. H. Crossan, F, C. Davidson, H. T. Davis, J A. De Lozier, W. D. Ellioll, R. E. Golub, R. E. Herd, R. J. Holland L. R. Jones, K. K, Kragh, I. C. Librand, D. D. Lingelbach, G. B. Massey K. C. McCormick, E. O. McCuIelen, E. W. Mummerl, J. D. O'Dell, R. C Pearson, E. R, Pelers, W. D. Pill, H, B. Poller, J. 8. Rickey, R. E. Runyon I. H. Siris, D. H. Sprecker, J. H. Sydnor, A. P. Tail, P. M. Talboll, J W. Thornlon, D. W. Tibboll, T. H. Willcox, H. K. Wooster. THIRD PlHTO0N L. B. Burrow, C. F. Caliga, R. H. Cardwell, H. E. Cohen, C. R. Dallon B. W. Davis, J. W. Davis, F. Dudley, R. D. Fraley, B. Ginsberg, H. L Goldman, V. C. Grifiilh, R. F. Hall, J. F. Hanson, L. C. Harrison, P. J Holden, J. T. Hudson, A. C. Hunl, F. Jacobson, M. N. Kassel, W. H Kerfooi, C. G. Kirvin, C. L. Merkel, J. G. Mclnlosh, G. B. Miller, W F. Minor, H. E. McCoy, R. H. Phillips, J. G. Rawls, J. L. Sanders, M. J Schwilfers, D. B. Scoll, A. L. Shellon, J. T. Smilh, W. F. Smlfh, N. K Snead, S. T. Slern, T. R. Towers, D, S. Wells, M. T. Williams, R. L. Wlllls J. A. Worlhinglon, H. R. Yarbro. THE CORPURHTIOII 0F THE IITIIUEIISITII LEGAL TITLE "Tl-re Reclors and Visilors of The Universily of Virginia" THE RECTOR OF THE UNIVERSITY ROBERT GRAY WILLIAMS THE VISITORS OF THE UNIVERSITY To LEWIS CATLETT WILLIAMS ....... Richmond JAMES HOWARD CORBITT . . ,..... Suffolk CHARLES O'CONOR GOOLRICK . Fredericksburg To WILLIAM DANDRIDGE HADEN , . CHRISTOPHER BROWNE GARNETT .. . . Arlinglon Charlollesville February 28, I946 EDWARD CLIFFORD ANDERSON .... Richmond AUBREY GARDNER WEAVER . .. . Fronl Royal February 28g I944 ROBERT GRAY WILLIAMS .... . . Winchesler EDWARD RIELLEY STETTINIUS . .. . . . Rapidan SECRETARY OF THE VISITORS ELMER IRVING Execufive Commiliee Charles O'Conor Goolrick William Dandrid e Haden James Howard Corblll Lewis Callelf Witllliams Robert Gray Williams Finance Commillee Roberl Gray Williams Edward Rielley Siellinius William Dandridqe Haden James Howard Corbill Aubrey Gardner Weaver CARRUTHERS Buildings and Grounds Commiflee William Dandridge Haden Chrislopher Browne Garnell James Howard orbill Edward Clifford Anderson New Buildings Commillee William Dandridge Haden Chrislopher Browne Garnell Lewis Callell Williams Edward Clifford Anderson I l l PRESIDE IIT JUHII ll0VD llElUCOIl'lB Pi Kappa Alpha: Lambda Pi: Phi Bela Kappa: Tau Befa Pi: Sigma Beia Phi: T.l.L.K.A.: Raven: Bachelor of Arfs, William and Mary Colleges: Civil Engineer, Universily of Virginia: Doc+or of Science, Washingion and Lee Universify, I933: LL.D., William and Mary College, I935: LL.D., George Washingion Universify, l934: LL.D., Dulce Universify, l935: Adiunci Professor of Civil Engineering, Universiiy of Virginia, l905-l909: Professor of Civil Engineering, Universify of Virginia, l9l0- I933: Assisfanl' fo 'rhe Presiden+, Universify of Virginia, l926-I93I: Aciing Presiden+, Universify of Virginia, I93I-I933: Presiden+, Uni- versify of Virginia, I933. V l2'3l IVEY FOREMAN LEWIS B.A., M.S., Ph.D. Dean ot the University UFFICERS 0F IIDIIIIIIISTRIITIDII 0 JOHN LLOYD 'NEWCOMB, B.A., C.E., Sc.D., LL.D., Presi- dent of the University. 0 IVEY FOREMAN LEWIS, B.A., M.S., Ph.D., Dean ot the University. 0 GEORGE OSCAR FERGUSON, JR., M.A., Ph.D., Dean of the College ot Arts and Sciences. 0 JAMES SOUTHALL WILSON, B.A., M.A., Ph.D., LL.D., Dean ot the Department of Graduate Studies. 0 FREDERICK DEANE GOODWIN RIBBLE, M.A., LL.B., S.J.D., Dean ot the Department of Law.' O MR. WHITE, Acting Dean of Department ot Law. O HARVEY ERNEST JORDAN, M.A., Ph.D., Dean ot the De- partment of Medicine. 0 WALTER SHELDON RODMAN, M.S., S.M., Dean of the De- partment of Engineering. 0 JOHN LEVI MANAHAN, B.S., M.A., Ph.D., Dean of the Department ot Education. 0 GEORGE BASKERVILLE ZEHMER, B.S., M.A., Director ot University Extension. 0 WILSON GEE, 8.S., M.A., Pl1.D., Sc.D., LL.D., Director ot the Institute for Research in the Social Sciences. 0 ELMER IRVING CARRUTHERS, Bursar. 'On leave. I24l 0 VIRGINIA EMMA MORAN, M.A., Registrar. 0 HARRY CLEMONS, M.A., Librarian. 0 CATHERINE LIPOP GRAVES, Law Librarian. 0 ROBERTA LOIS HOLLINGSWORTH, Ph.D., Dean of Women. 0 NORTON GOODIER PRITCHETT, Protessor and Director ot Athletics and Physical Education. O FRANK EVERETT HARTMAN, C.E., Superintendent ot Grounds and Buildings. I BLANCHE LOVING SHEPHERD, Secretary to the President. 0 FLORENCE NUTTYCOMBE CHEAPE, Assistant Secretary to the President. 0 THOMAS MOORE CARRUTHERS, Treasurer, Department ot Athletics and Physical Education! 0 CHARLOTTE KOHLER, Editor, Virginia Quarterly Review. 0 CHARLES HENRY KAUFFMANN, JR., Director of Student Selt-Help and Executive Secretary, Bureau of High School Relations! O JAMES MALCOLM LUCK, Alumni Secretary. 0 WILLIAM HILLMAN WRANEK, JR., Assistant Alumni Sec- retary. 0 JOHN LLOYD NEWCOMB, B.A., C.E., LL.D., Sc.D., Presidenf. O WILLIAM HARRISON FAULKNER, M.A., Ph.D., Professor of Ger- manic Languages. 0 HARVEY ERNEST JORDAN, M.A., Ph.D., Sc.D., Professor of Anafomy and Dlrecfor of Anafomical Laborafory. O ROBERT HENNING WEBB, M.A., Ph.D., Professor of Greek. 0 SAMUEL ALFRED MITCHELL, M.A., Ph.D., LL.D., Professor of Asfronomy and Direcfor of Leander-McCormick Observafory. Q IVEY FOREMAN LEWIS, B.A., M.S., Ph.D., Miller Professor of Biology and Agriculfure. ph LLEWELLYN GRIFFITH HOXTON, B.S., M.A., Ph.D., Professor of ys cs. 0 JOHN LEYI MANAHAN, B.S., M.A., Ph.D., Professor of Educafional Adrnlnisfrafion. I WALTER SHELDON RODMAN, M.S., S.M., Professor of Electrical Engineering. 0 JAMES ALEXANDER WADDELL, B.A., M.D., Professor of Phar- macology, Maferia Medica and Toxicology. Q WILLIAM ALLISON KEPNER, M.A., Ph.D., Sc.D., Professor of Biology. O GEORGE OSCAR FERGUSON, JR., M.A., Ph.D., Professor of Psychology and Educaflon. I WILLIAM ROYALL SMITHEY, M.A., Ph.D., Professor of Secondary Educafion. O JAMES SOUTHALL WILSON, M.A., Ph.D., LL.D., Edgar Allen Poe Professor of English. I ALBERT GEORGE ADAMS BALZ, M.A., Ph.D., Corcoran Professor of Philosophy. O WILSON GEE, B.S., M.A., Ph.D., Sc.D., LL.D., Professor of Rural Economics and Rural Sociologyg Direcfor lnsfifufe for Research in fhe Soclal Sciences. O TIPTON RAY SNAVELY, M.A., Ph.D., Professor of Economics, 0 WILBUR ARMISTEAD NELSON, B.S., M.A., Corcoran Professor of Geology! .Of GARDNER LLOYD CARTER, B.A., M.A., Ph.D., Professor of Chem- ns ry. 0 JAMES COCK BARDIN, M.D., Professor of Romance Languages. O ALBERT JULIUS BARLOW, B.A., C.P.A., Professor of Commerce and Business Adminisfralion. 0 ATCHESAON LAUGHLIN HENCH, M.A., Ph.D., Linden Kenf Me- morial Professor of English Liferafure. O ELBERT ALVIS KINCAID, MA., Ph.D., Professor of Commerce and Business Adminisfrafion. QQROBERT KENT GOOCH, M.A., D. Phil IOxonl, Professor of Polifical Science! I W. PATTON GRAHAM, M.A., Professor of Romance Languages. O JOSEPH KENT ROBERTS, M.A., Ph.D., Professor of Geology. 0 FLOYD NELSON HOUSE, M.A., Ph.D., Professor of Sociology. O WILLIAM EDWARD BRAY, B.A., M.D., Professor of Clinical Pafh- ology, Direcfor of Clinical Laborafories 0 JOHN HOWE YOE, M.S., M.A., Ph.D., Professor of Chemisfry. 0 FREDERICK DEANE GOODWIN RIBBLE, M.A., LL.B., LL.M., Jur- Sc.D., Professor of Law.' 0 EDMUND SCHUREMAN CAMPBELL, B.S., M.S., Professor of Arf and Archifecfure. QORLAND EMILE WHITE, M.S., Sc.D., Professor of Agriculfural Biology: Dlrecfor Blandy Experimenfal Farm. 0 HARRY CLEMONS, M.A., Liff,D., Librarian. 0 ARTHUR FERGUSON BENTON, M.A., Ph.D., Professor of Chemisfry. 0 GARRARD GLENN, B.A., LL.B., Professor of Law. 0 LOUISE OATES B.S., M.A., Professor of Nursing Educafion. 0 EDWIN PARTRIDGE LEHMAN, B.A., M.D., Professor of Surgery and Gynecology. WSIDNEY WILLIAM BRITTON, B.S., M.D., C.M., Professor of Physi- oogy. I WILLIAM EDWARD BROWN, M.D., Professor of Phfhisiofheraphy. O ALFRED CHANUTIN, Ph,B., Ph.D., Professor of Biochemisfry. O EDWARD WATTS SAUNDERS, C.E., Professor of Civil Engineering. 0 LINWOOD LEHMAN, M.A., Ph.D., Professor of Lafin. OARTHUR FRANCIS MACCONOCHIE, B.Sc., fEngineerI London, Professor of Mechanical Engineering. 0 JESSE WAKEFIELD BEAMS, M.A., Ph.D., Sc.D., Professor of Physics. 0 CARL CASKEY SPEIDEL, Ph.B., Ph.D., Sc.D., Professor of Anafomy. 0.CARLlSLE SANFORD LENTZ, B.A. M.D., Professor of Hospifal Ad- mlnlsfrafiong Adminisfrafor of Hospifal. OJAMES ROBERT CASH, M.A., M.D., Walfer Reed Professor of Pafhology. On leave. OFFICERS 0F IIISTRUIITIUII O GEORGE OSCAR FERGUSON B.A., M.A., Ph.D. Dean of Ihe College of Arfs and Sciences 'N . ., I, """"' HARVEY ERNEST JORDAN B.A., M.A., Ph.D. Dean of fhe Deparfmenf of Medicine JAMES SOUTHALL WILSON Ae., MA., Ph.D., LL.o. Dean of fhe Deparfmenl of Graduale Studies O WALTER SHELDON RODMAN B.A., M.A., S.M. Dean of lhe Deparfmenf of Engineering 0 TIFFANY JOHN WILLIAMS, B.A., M.D., Professor of Obsfefrics and Gynecology. 0 EARNEST JACKSON OGLESBY, B.A., M.A., Professor of Engineering Mafhemafics. 0 LESLIE HEPBURN BUCKLER, M.A., Professor of Law. 0 ROBERT VIVIAN FUNSTEN, M.D., Professor of Orfhopedics. 0 DUDLEY CRAWFORD SMITH, B.S., M.D., Professor of Dermafology and Syphililoqy. W FLETCHER DRUMMOND WOODWARD, M.D., Professor of Ofolaryng- oogy. WVINCENT WILLIAM ARCHER, B.S., M.D., Professor of Roenfgen- oogy. 0 NORTON GOODIER PRITCHETT, Direcfor, Deparfmenf of Afhlefics and Physical Educafion. 0 GORDON THOMAS WHYBURN, M.A., Ph.D., Professor of Mafhe- mafics. 0 EDWARD JAMES McS.HANE, B.E., B.S., M.E., and Ph.D., Professor of Malhemafics. 0 HENRY BEARDEN MULHOLLAND, M.D., Professor of Pracfice of Medicine. I JAMES EDWIN WOOD, JR., B.S., M.D., Professor of Pracfice of Medicine. 0 CHARLES BRUCE MORTON, B.S., M.D., Professor of Clinical Surgery and Gynecology. 0 JAMES HART, A.B., A.M., Ph.D., Professor of Polifical Science. 0 ROWLAND ANDREWS EGGER, M.A., Ph.D., Professor of Polifical Science, Direclor, Bureau of Public Adminisfrafionf 0 ROBERTA LOIS HOLLINGSWORTH, B.A., Ph.D., Dean of Women. 0 CHARLES PATTERSON NASH, JR., B.S., LL.B., Professor of Law.' 0 FRANK ARTHUR GELDARD, B.A., M.A., Ph.D., Professor of Psy- chology.' 0 GEORGE McLEAN LAWSON, M.D., Professor of Prevenfive Medi- cine and Bacferiology. 0 JOHN HENRY RUSHTON, Ph.D., Professor of Chemical Engineering! 0 JOHN RITCHIE, lll, B.S., LL.B., J.S.D., Professor of Law! 0 WILLIAM HENRY WHITE, JR., LLB., S.J.D., Professor of Law, Acling Dean of Law School. 0 HARDY CROSS DILLARD, Graduafe U. S. Military Academy, LL.B., Professor of Law.' 0 JAMES ERNEST KINDRED, M.A., Ph.D., Professor of Anaforny. 0 BRUCE DODSON REYNOLDS, B.S., Sc.D., Professor of Zoology. 0 THOMAS CARY JOHNSON, B.A., M.A., Professor of Hisfory.' 0 GEORGE WASHINGTON SPICER, B.A., Ph.D., Professor of Political Science. 0 THOMAS PERKINS ABERNATHY, Ph.D., Professor of Hislory. 0 ANDREW DeJARNETTE HART, M.D., Professor of Clinical Medicine, Direcfor of S 'On leave. ludenf HeaIfh.' FREDERICK DEANE GOODWIN RIBBLE B.A., M.A., LL.B. Dean of the Department of Law 0 GEORGE BASKERVILLE ZEHMER, B.S., M.A., Professor of Education, Director of Extension. 0 ARCHIBALD ANDERSON HILL, B.A., M.A., Ph.D., Professor of English and English PhiloIogy.' I SELBY VERNON McCASLAND,. B.A., Th.B., A.M., Ph.D., John B. Cary Memorial Professor of Religion. 0 GUSTAV ARNOLD HEDLUND, A.B., A.M., Ph.D., Professor of Mathematics. 0 LUCIUS GASTON MOFFATT, A.B., A.M., Ph.D., Litt.D., Professor of Romance Languages. 51 FREDERICK LYONS BROWN, M.A., Ph.D., Professor of yslcs. 0 ARMISTEAD CHURCHILL GORDON, JR., M.A., Ph.D., Pro- fessor of Englishf' O ARTHUR KYLE DAVIS, JR., M.A., B.Litt., Ph.D., Professor of English Literature! 0 LAWRENCE THEODORE LUDWIG, B.P.E., M.E., Professor of Physical Education. 0 JAMES SHANNON MILLER, JR., B.S., B.A., E.E., Professor of Electrical Engineering. 0 CHARLES HENDERSON, E.E., Professor of Experimental Engineering. O GEORGE TALMAGE STARNES, M.A., Ph.D., Professor of Commerce and Business Administration. 0 DAVID COLE WILSON, B.A., M.D., Professor of Psychiatry and Neurology. 0'BERNARD MAYO, A.B., M.A., Ph.D., Professor of American History. O ROBERT ELIOT LUTZ, M.S., Ph.D., Professor of Chemistry. 0 OSCAR WILDER UNDERWOOD, JR., LL.B., Professor of Law. 0 WILLIAM GAYLE CRUTCHFIELD, M.D., Professor of Neuro- logical Surgery. 0 EDGAR MILLER WILLIAMS, B.S., Graduate United States Naval Academy and Naval War College, Professor of Naval Science and Tactics. 0 RANDALL THOMPSON, B.A., M.A., Professor of Music. 0 SAMUEL ALEXANDER VEST, JR., B.A., M.D., Professor of Urology. 0 LELAND BRADLEY SNODDY, B.S., M.A., Ph.D., Professor of Physics. 0 HERMAN CARL HESSE, B.S., M.E., Professor of Engineering Drawing. OHERMAN PATRICK JOHNSON, M.A., Ph.M., Associate Professor of English Literature. O HARRY ROGERS PRATT, Associate Professor of Music and Dramatic Art. 0 BEN-ZION LINFIELD, M.S., Ph.D., Sc.D., Associate Professor of Mathematics. 0 FRANK WILLIAM HOFFER, M.A., Ph.D., Associate Professor of Sociology. 'On leave. I27I 0 ALFRED AKERMAN, M.F., Associate Professor of Forestry, Director Seward Forest. 0 DUNCAN CLARK HYDE, B.A., Ph.D., Associate Professor of Economics. 0 FREDERIC TURNBULL WOOD, B.A., Ph.D., Associate Professor of Germanic Phllology. 0 ALEXANDER DAVID FRASER, B.A., M.A., Ph.D., Associate Professor of Archaeology. 0 ORESTE RINETTI, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Italian, 0 MELVIN GARDNER dei CHAZEAU, B.A., M.A., Ph.D., As- :ociate Professor of Commerce and Business Administration." 0 RICHARD CHAPIN JONES, B.A., M.F., Associate Professor of Forestry. OJOHN McINTIRE NOKES, M.D., Associate Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology. 0 WILLIAM WIRT WADDELL, JR., B.S., M.D., Associate Pro- fessor of Pediatrics. O ALEXANDER VYSSOTSKY, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Astronomy. 0 KARL RICHARDS WALLACE, A.B., A.M., Ph.D., Associate Professor of Public Speaking. 0 FREDERICK TRACY MORSE, M.E., E.E., Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering. I FREDRICK CHARLES DISQUE, M.S., Associate Professor of Architecture. 0 ARCHIBALD BOLLING SHEPPERSON, M.A., Ph.D., Associate Professor of English! 0 ORON JAMES HALE, M.A., Ph.D., Associate Professor of History.' 0 JOHN LEONARD FULMER, B.S., M.S., Ph.D., Associate Pro- fessor of Rural Economics.' OTHOMAS SHEPHERD ENGLAR, A.B., M.D., M.P.H., As- sociate Professor of Public Health and Hygiene. 0 EDWIN WEISMAN BURTON, B.A., M.D., Associate Professor, Diseases of the Eye 0 THOMAS HAYHURST EVANS, B.S., M.S. in C.R., Associate Professor of Civil Engineering." 0 JOSEPH. LEE VAUGHAN, M.A., Ph.D., Associate Professor of English in the Department of Engineering. 0 WILLIAM JAMES BARRON, A.M., LL.B., Associate Professor of Law.' 0 EDMUND OLAF BELSHEIM, B.A., B.C.L., J.S.D., Associate Professor of Law.' 0 EDWARD WILLIAM WUNCH, B.S., Lt. Comdr., U. S. N., Associate Professor Naval Science and Tactics. 0 OSCAR SWINEFORD, JR., B.S., M.D., Associate Professor cf Medicine. JOHN LEVI MANAHAN B.S., M.A., Ph.D. Dean of fhe Deparfmenfgof Educaflon O GEORGE BASKERVILLE ZEHMER B.S., M.A. Dean of fhe Summer Quarfnr , 'J'W?'35iT' ' ' 'gi 1. O STAIGE DAVIS BLACKFORD, B.S., M.D., Associafe Professor of Medicine.' 0 EVERETT CATO DRASH, B.A., M.D., Associale Professor of Clinical Surgery and Gynecology! O JAMES KARL SCOTT, B.A., M.D., Associafe Professor of Pafhology.' 0 LAWRENCE REGINALD OUARLES, B,S.E., Ph.D., Associafe Pro- fessor of Elecfrlcal Engineering. 0 WALTER ANSELL DERRICK, M.D., Associafe Professor of Pafhology. 0 JOSEPH MEDARD CARRIERE, A.B., A.M., Ph.D., Associafe Pro- fessor of Romance Languages. O FRANK WIRTLEY WHEELER, Acfing Associafe Professor of Civil Engineering. 0 SAMUEL FRY CHASE, B.S., Lf. Comdr. U. S. N., Associafe Pro- lessor Naval Science and Tacfics. l DAVID MCCORD WRIGHT, LL.B., M.A., Ph.D., Associafe Professor of Commerce and Business Adminisfrafion. 0 STANISLAW JOHN MAKIELSKI, B.S, in Archifeclure, Associate Pro. fessor of Arf and Archlfecfure. O ARTHUR AUGUST PEGAU, M.A., Ph.D., Assisfanf Professor of Geology. o EDWIN MORRIS BETTS, Ph.B., M.S., Ph.0., Assislani Professor of Biology. 0 FRANK KARL MOHR, M.A., Dr. Jur, fViennal, Assisfanf Professor of Germanic Languages. I HUGH MILLER SPENCER, B.A., MS., Ph.D., Assisfanl Professor of Chemisfry. SOTHADDEUS BRAXTON WOODY, B.A., M.A., Assisfanf Professor of pams . 0 ARTHUR MERRITT JARMAN, B.S.Ed., M.S., Ph.D., Assisfanf Professor of Educafion. 0 HENRY GRADY ACKER, M.S., Assisfanf Professor of School Super- vision and Elemenfary School Supervisor. I AMELIA McLESTER, M.A., Assisfanf Professor of School Supervision. 0 EDWARD LYMAN COREY, B.A., Ph.D., Assisfanf Professor of Physiology! 0 RAYMOND CONRAD HEIDLOFF, B.P.E., B.S., M.P.E., Assisfanf Professor of Physical Educafion. 0 CHARLES KIDDER DAVENPORT, C.P.H., Ph.D., Assisfanf Professor of Philosophy. 0 JOHN ALEXANDER RORER, B.A., M.A., Ph.D., Assisfanf Professor in charge of Exfension Teaching. 0 MYRTLE MARY HOLLO, B,P.H., M.A., in Nursing Educaffong As- sisfanf Professor of Nursing Educafion. 9 RAYMOND UHL, M.A., Ph.D., Assisfanf Professor of Polifical Science and Acflng Direcfor, Bureau of Public Adminlsfrafion. 'On leave. ROBERTA LOIS HOLLINGSWO RTH B.A., Ph.D. Dean of Women 0 CHAUNCEY McLEAN GILBERT, B.S., Ph.D., Assistant Pro- fessor of Biology. 0 LEWIS MACHEN HAMMOND, M.A., Ph.D., Assistant Pro- fessor of PhIlosophy.' O LADLEY HUSTED, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Biology. 0 CUTHBERT TUNSTALL, M.D., Assistant Professor Diseases of Ear, Nose and Throat. 0 LESTER JESSE CAPPON, M.A., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of History. I ROBERT EARL SWINDLER, B.S., B.A., M.A., Ph.D., Assistant Professor in Teaching of Social Science In Secondary Schools. O DIRK REUYL, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Astronomy.' 0 HENRY HARFORD CUMMING, B.S., M.S., Assistant Pro- fessor of Political ScIence.' O JAMES WEBB COLE, B.S., M.S., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Chemistry. O RICHARD CECIL GARLICK, JR., M.A., Ph.D., Assistant professor of Romance Languages! 0 JOHN EDWIN CANADAY, A.B., M.A., Assistant Professor of History of Art! 0 HERBERT SILVETTE, B.S., M.S., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Pharmacology, Materia Medica and Toxicology. 0 ROBERT NOBLE HOSKINS, M.A., Assistant Professor of Physical Education! r STEPHAN LUDEWIG, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Biochemis- ry. 0 FLOYD BOYS, B.S., M.D., M.S., Assistant Professor of Surgery.' 0 WILLIAM STONE WEEDON, M.A., Ph.D., Assistant Profesor of Philosophy! 0 EDGAR WILSON KIRBY, M.D., Assistant Professor of Urology.' 0 FRANK BUCHANAN STAFFORD, M.D., Assistant Professor of Phthlsiotherapy. O GEORGE COOPER, JR., M.D., Assistant Professor of Roent- qenology. 0 EDWARD RATLIFF SLAUGHTER, B.S., in C.E., Assistant Professor of Physical Education. 0 JULIO SUAREZ GALBAN, B.S., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Spanish. 0 ALFRED BURGER, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Chemistry. 0 MATTHEW VOLM, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of German. 0 LAWRENCE LEE, B.S., M.A., Assistant Professor of French.' 0 FREDSON THAYER BOWERS, Ph.B., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of EngIlsh.' OCHARLES JAMES FRANKEL, B.S., M.D., M.S., Assistant Professor of Orthopedic Surgery. OWILLIAM HENRY PARKER, M.D., Assistant Professor ol Surgery and Gynecology. 'On leave. l29I OWILEY ROY MASON, JR., M.D., Assistant Professor of Anatomy. 0 RICHARD MARSHALL WELLING, LL.B., Assistant Professor of Law.' 0 REUBEN ELI WAGSTAFF, B.S., U. S. Naval Academy, As- sistant Professor of Naval Science and Tactics. 1McLEMORE BIRDSONG, M.D., Assistant Professor of Pedi- a ncs. O CHARLES HENRY KAUFMANN, M.S., Assistant Professor of Extension Teaching.' O JOHN N. G. FINLEY, B.A., Assistant Professor of Extension l'eachIng.' 0 DARRELL EUGENE MACK, B.S., M.S., Ph.D., Assistant Pro- fessor of Chemical Engineering. 0 WALTER BLACKBURN PHILLIPS, B.S., U. S. Naval Academy, Assistant Professor Naval Science and Tactics. 0 RICHARD ANDREW MEADE, B.A., M.A., Ph.D., Assistant Professor Secondary Education and of the Teaching of English. 0 JACK PRESTON DALTON, M.S., Associate Librarian and Assistant Professor. O MARION LAWRENCE WHITE, JR., M.D., Assistant Professor of Surgery and Gynecology. 0 STEPHEN DAVIDSON TUTTLE, B.A., M.A., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Music. 0 HUGH PAGE NEWBILL, M.S., M.D., Assistant Professor of Neurology and Psychiatry. I LEON RICHARD CULBERTSON, B.S., M.D., Assistant Pro- fessor of Urology. 0 EDWIN CLARE MCCLINTOCK, JR., B.A., Assistant Professor of English in the Engineering Department. 0 RALPH BENSON HOULIHAN, B.S., M.S., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Bacteriology and Preventive Medicines. 0 RUDOLF FREUND, Ph.D. IHeideIbergl, Acting Assistant Assistant Professor of Rural Economics. OANTHONY VINCENT SHEA, B.S., M.S., Acting Assistant Professor of Political Science.' 0 FRANK WHITENY FINGER, B.A., M.A., Ph.D., Acting Pro- fessor of Psychology. 0 CECILE BOLTON FINLEY, B.A., M.A., Ph.D., Acting As- sistant Professor of Psychology. 0 VLADIMER ALEXANDER PERTZOFF, Ph.D., Acting Assistant Professor of Physiology. 0 RUPERT WILDT, Ph.D., Acting Assistant Professor of Astron- omy. 0 DANIEL SILAS NORTON, M.A., Ph.D., Acting Assistant Professor of English. Q WILLIAM ROBERT DANDRIDGE, M.D., Acting Assistant Pro- fessor of Clinical Medicine and Acting Director of Student Health. 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MCKINLEY ENGLANDER FITZGERALD LEIDHEISER The Honor Sys+em has long been one of +he Universi+y's proudesi' possessions. To all who have been 6 parl' of Virginia if has been a privilege, an opporlunily +o develop honor and characfer, unequaled. ln July, fhe Honor Commi++ee consisfed of Roberf McKinley, College: Wal+er Filzgerald, Medi- cine: Henry Leidheiser, Gradua+e: George Cur+in, Law: Roberi' Englander, Engineering. By Ocfober, early graduafion and 'rhe change wroughl' by war had been felt The above group were on 'rhe Commi++ee al lhe end of +he firsf semesfer for '43-'45, Roger Fraley, College: Walfer Fifzgerald, Medicine: Rober+ Englander, Engineering: John J. O'Conell, Lawg and Henry Leidheiser, Gradua+e. l35l Q9 ,F . 7' Mariin T. Williams William P. Thursfon Beal Rogers . . . Richard Allison . Joseph Vaamonde Henry Taylor . . Ridgely Miller . Minor Eager . Jule Sadler . Noland Carior . Roberl Simms . Roberi' Slewari . Merle Debuslrey . David Wells . . . Beverly Roberls . 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Scofi' ADVERTISING MANAGERS Griffin Deale CIRCULATION MANAGER Kenf Nicodemus Henry Wilson Bed Nusbaum Bob Radnih AI Nalle Ill! Ill I I39l 6 l iiii l 6 Cz' Top: Lane. Second: Nusbaum, Shook, Hill, Barnard. F nf: Deekens, Debuskey, Lf. Phillips, Miller, Ayers. .-1 -a Ui:-gin ia STAFF Auslin Ashley . . . . Eclilor-in-Chief Ken Beaver .... . . Business Manager Kenne+h R. Reclden . ..... . . Faculiy Advisor W. B. Complon B. Burlon O. F. Carler l40l Published by The Naval Reserve Officers' Training Corps Ridgely D. Miller, Jr Merle Debuslrey . Joe Vaamonde . Arfhur Barnard . . - - Bill Deelrens . . Bob Ayers . . Berl Nusbaum . . Frank Lane . . Wiley Hill . . Bobby Shook . . L+. Walfer B. Phillips, USN . . - D06 UJ Q . . . . . Ediior Managing Ediior ' Managing Edi+or Ediforial Associafe Ediforial Associaie Ecliforial Associa+e Ediiorial Associaie Edi'I'orial Associaie Ediiorial Associafe Ediiorial Associafe . Faculiy Advisor C flQ.a..lQ-ssl l .--1'-"""v'4 nu 25' lim f-if . ! A 6-:ll Y R . L 'mf . r Naihaniel W. Boyd Reber? Boyd Carl A. Broaddus. Jr. William Brugman John T. Camblos Alexander McR. Cave Curiin Coleman William Deelzens James P. Elkins Roberl' P. Englander Roger D. Fraley Samuel D. Graham Roberl' Greene Thomas J. Green Innes C. Haines .lere Hanson Philip James Beverly Jones PHIL JAMES Fresidenl' I943 1421 Henry Lafchum Robert McAlpine Walier McClelland William McBra?ney William Marbury Herberf N. Munhall Jack F. Murray Armand Newmyer Jimmie Miragliofia William V. Piclzeil' Ralph Robbins Roberf D. Seiler Daniel D. Talley Barlleif B. Todd Charles M. Walsh Donald G. Wanner David C. Wilson Charles W, Merritt OF I943 GUS TEBELL Baskeiball and Football xl GOT'P',oaXX FRANK J. MURRAY Football THE SPORTS ARCHIE HAHN Track k'4lP1,, GOT' Qoox BUYWN P-saw ad A Basgoaxx 4.r.rf3feh:75!kk!N Fo ofbell Fly iliMerle Debusliey Virginia Virginia Virginia Virginia STAFF ROBERT D. SEILER . l ,C,P,,,,, WBROOKS FARBER . . . Mmgef RECORD Richmond Army Air Base . 7 Virginia 34: V. M. l. . 0 Wes+ Virginia . . . 0 Virginia . .39: Maryland . Richmond . . . . . I6 Virginia 0: Dulre . . . . Apprenlice School . . 7 Virginia 7 Norfh Carolina Won . . . . . . . . . . 3 Losi' . . . 4 Tied . . l William Abruui Bruce Bailey 'l'Kenne+h Bevan 'liSlanworfh Brinkley SQUAD 'l'Carl Broaddus 'l'Lucion Burner? Roberl' D. Campbell 'liCharles Chifwood 'l'Allen Clay i"Richard Cofer, Jr. 'Philip Minor il'John McDonald Joseph Nevins iKArmand Mewmyer Frank Nazor J. D. Odell, Jr. :'iFranlr Odom il'William Gerald Roberf Samuel iliDonald Charles Roberl' Richard Di Gregorio Eusier Garvin Goldwyn Gulmann Ellis Englander Hall 'l'Jere Hanson John Hehn Myers Richard iliPhilip J Hicks lsenhour ames Benno Janssen Charles Jesse il'Clarence Kuldell i'fHoward Lansman :Hamas Miragliofla iliJach Murray 'Awards. 1441 il:Horace Pearce John Pearson Roberl' Reece Sfuarf Revis iliRu'fus Roberls Ernesf Sommers il:Ward Speer Roberl' Shay iliCharles Saclteil' iklloberf Sheefs il'Rober+ Seiler lCapf.l Herberf Sperling iFHarold Tufiy ii'Louis Waldrop James Waldron 'l'Bruce Wood 3iBarnard Wyclroff :liDonald Wanner Henry Wilson .Q ...I- THE SEASON Affer much doubf as fo Virginia's foofball slafus Alhlefic Direcfor Norfon Prifcheff announced Iafe in Augusl' fhaf the Universily would confinue lhe game. War-lime demands made necessary the cancelafion of frips: inslead games wifh closer-fo-home opponenfs were subslilufed. The deparlure of backfield coach Ari Guepe fo fhe Navy and the Iowa Seahawks broughf baskef- and baseball menlor, Gus Tebell, fo fake charge of lhe ends and fhe scoufing dufies. Head Coach Murray handled fhe backs and Ralph Heikkinen again iufored fhe line. Service changes saw Capfain-elecf Charlie Cooper. veferan all-sfafe guard, leave for Marine fraining al Norlh Carolina. ll' was fhe second year in succession lhis had Ildppened, as fhe lafe William G. Suhling, lll, enfered service and did nof refurn io capfain fhe I942 feam. Roberf D. Seiler of Farminglon, Mich., a fackle and fhe only fwo-year veferan and holdover from lhe golden ileys of Dudley, succeeded Cooper fo fhe Cavalier cap- amcy. The squad was made up for fha mosf parl' of Navy V-I2 and NROTC sfudenls wilh a sprinkling of civilians. Besides Seiler fhe only oiher leffermen were Jack Murray. a back, and Don Wanner, an end. Merle Debuskey and Pinky Newmeyer af quarferback, Ken Bevan al cenfer, and Barnie Wycoff af iackle were lhe only ofher ex- non-leffermen. Newcomers Horace Pearce. Wood, VMI: Phil Minor, Richmond: Bruce Jose Junior College: Don Gufmann, Prince- McDonald, Arizona: Ward Speer, Jimmy perienced VPI: Bruce Bailey, San 7007 John Miragliofia, Allen Clay and Lucien Burnefh Phil James, Carl Broadduss. Bob Finley, Frank Odum, VMI: Sian Brinkley, and Jere Hanson, along wifh l942 yearlings Charlie Sackeff, Knocky Cofer, Luke Waldrop, Rufus Sobkerls, Howard Lansman, and medical siudenf Myers IC s. Wifh inlense work in fha infricacies of fhe "T," unknown lo mosl, fhe Cavaliers rounded info shape for lheir season opener wifh 'lhe Richmond Army Air Base on Sepfember 25. lniuries fo Bailey and Gulmann and medical school exams for Hicks necessilafed a shift in fhe backfield. Burneff, because of his passing and kicking abilify, was moved fo fhe middle of fhe "T." The Cavaliers fook lo Scoff Sfadium wilh Wanner and Odum l45l al' lhe ends, Wychoff and Capfain Seiler al lhe fackles, Wood and Pearce ai' lhe guards, and Jimmy Miraglioffa af cenfer. Debuskey was ai quarlerback, wiih Murray, Burneff and Sackeff rounding ouf the backfield. While baffling on even ferms fhroughoul fhe firsf half fhe Cavalier alfack managed fo grind out an advanfage in fhe play wifh Burnefl and Murray leading 'lhe way. The inabilify of 'lhe Cavaliers fo score from inside 'lhe opposing 20-yard line and fheir cosfly fumbles al crucial momenfs was affribufed fo firsf-game nervousness buf was somefhing which shackled fhe Murraymen all season. The Thunderbird air affack began fo click in fhe closing sfages of fhe fhird period and affer advancing lo fha Cavalier I0, fwo passes gave fhe airmen iheir score. The poinf was good and the visifors held a 7-0 lead. The home feam began 'lo move in fha fourlh quarfer. Murray bucked fhe line repeafedly for gains, and Sackeff and Hanson swepf nicely for long yardage. Wilh buf a few minufes fo go, Virginia began a march which was nof fo be denied. The Cavaliers marched fo fhe enemy I0 and on fhe fourfh down Kuldell dropped back and passed lo Hal Tuffy in fhe end zone for fhe score. Burnefi, wifh Debuskey holding, coolly kicked fhe game- fying poinf with buf 40 seconds leff fo play. Virginia's superiorily may be seen by fhe I2 firsf downs and 2l5 yards lhey gafhered fo fhe Air Base's 4 firsf downs and 94 yards. The play of Capfain Seiler af fackle and Pearce and Wood af fhe guard spols was oufsfanding. Sfrengfhened by fhe refurn of Bailey, Gufmann and Hicks, fhe Cavaliers 'lraveled fo Charlesfon, W. Va., fo engage fhe Wesf Virginia Mounfaineers. Heavily ou?- weighed, l'he Virginia forward wall slammed an opening Mounfaineer alfack on fhe 22-yard line. From 'lhen on lhe game was all Virginia. Cosfly fumbles when in scor- ing 'lerrilory cosl lhe Cavaliers al leasl four ofher scoring chances. Wi+h aboul fwo minufes fo go, Charlie Sackeff, in his only ball-handling chance of fhe afternoon, blasted over from 'lhe II-yard line 'lo give Virginia a 6-0 vicfory. The refurn of Bailey, Gufmann and Hicks, fhe fhree ailing backs, added punch fo fhe backfield: fhe play of Burneff and Murray, unfil removed because of iniuries, was also firsf raie. The sfandoufs in fhe line were Seiler, Wanner and fhe guards, Pearce and Wood. The honors of lhe day, however, wenl fo Jimmy Miragliolla, dimin- ulive l45-pound Virginia cenfer, who oufdid himself before his fellow Charlesfonians by making 50 per cenl of lhe Cavalier fackles and infercepfing several passes. one of which he ran back 20 yards. Relurning home, fhe Cavaliers nexl played hosf Io a powerful Richmond 'ream which was replele wilh former William and Mary slars. The Spiders caughl the Vir- ginians in an unguarded momenl' and handed Ihem fhe firs'r defeal lhe Cavaliers have ever suffered al lhe hands of a Richmond feam. Paced by 'lhe efforls of Jackie Freeman. formerly of W. and M.. whose kicking was remarkable, lhe Spiders scored midway of the second period. Afler lhe kickoff Bruce Bailey fook fhe ball on Traveling lo Newporl' News fo play fhe Apprenlice School in a nighl game on Ocfober 23, lhe Cavaliers' blocking was off, and fhe passing alfack so necessary in fhe Murray "T" was woefully weak. Even wilh fhis, Virginia led 6-0 by virlue of a 7-yard quarterback sneak by Phil James in 'Ihe Ihird period. Fumbles were again coslly, and a holding penally midway in lhe fourlh quarfer, againsl fhe Cavaliers, wifh fhe ball on lheir 25- ard line gave Apprenlice fhe break fhey needed and in your fries Ihey plunged over for fhe score. The exlra poinf was good and Virginia dropped ifs second suc- cessive game. 7-6. Giving up ils Ocfober leave, lhe 'leam remained in Charloffesville fo pracfice for Ihe VMI game in Lexingfon on Ocfober 30, which paid dividends Safurday as lhe MIRAGLIOTTA PEARCE WANNER WYCOFF MURRAY NEWMYER JANSSEN lhe Richmond 49 and lwisled and lurned all fhe way lo 'lhe goal line lo pul Virginia back in lhe ball game. BurneH's poinl after knoffed lhe score. The Spiders. in fhe fhird quarler, added anorher fouch- down buf missed fhe exfra poinf. Then lal'e in fha period Freeman boofed a field goal fo selfle fhe issue. For lhe remainder of 'lhe game Baile , wilh Pearce. Wood and especially Debuskey clearing flue way for him, ran wild on punt refurns buf lhe Cavalier allack always hil- a snag when in deep scoring posilion. Again fhe Cavaliers were slafislically superior, buf lo Richmond wen? fhe foolball game. I6-7. Bailey, Gufmann, and Hicks, all of whom performed so ably for fhe Cavaliers and looked like a firsl'-class. heavy-duly backfield, bowed our of foolball and info 'Ihe services wifh lhis game. IABI Orange and Blue handed fhe Keydefs a lhumping 34-0 loss before a homecoming crowd. Wilh fine blocking and 'lackling and excellenl' ball handling in fhe backfield, lhe Cavaliers soon began fo roll. James look a VMI punf on fhe 45 and raced fo fhe 26. From lhere Burnelf, Murray, and Sackell ad- vanced il' fo 'lhe I. Sackelf plunged over righl lackle for Ihe score. BurneH"s kick was good and af fhe half Ihe score sfood 7-0 for the Cavaliers. In 'Ihe fhird period Virginia fallies came fasl' and frequenf. Taking a shorl punl' on the VMI 42, fhe Cavaliers, wifh Burneff. Murray, and Sackefl carrying, wenf fo Ihe 6. Then Allen Clay, a former Keydel him- self, went 'Ihe remaining dislance for fhe score. Again Burneff regislered fhe exlra poinl. Three plays lafer Tackles Seiler and Speer crashed Ihrough 'lo block Collins' ltick. Seiler grabbed the ball out of the air and went the remaining I0 yards to tally. Then four plays later Luke Waldrop gathered in a Keydet pass and ambled 45 yards down the sideline to score another for the Cavaliers. Euster added the point. ln the fourth quarter Sackett and Hanson advanced the ball from the Vir- ginia 24 to the Keydet 42, from where sprinter Hanson fretted around end for the final Virginia score. Burnett kicked the point to make it Virginia 34, VMI 0. Sackett looked particularly fine in the backfield. Seiler, lfearce and McDonald, 200-pounder from Arigona, playing In.his first game, played outstanding defensive ball. Seller was voted one of the "Linemen of the Week" by an Associated Press Sports Writers' poll. ln the last home game of the season on November 6, streaked the last 25 yards for the touchdown. Burnett's kick made it 26. Just before the half, Maryland threat- ened and got to the Virginia 7 by virtue of a pass inter- fnrznce penalty. But that was as far as the Terps got a ay. After the intermission the Cavaliers added two final touchdowns. After Bob Seiler recovered a Maryland fumble on the Virginia I5, Phil James took a Terp punt on the mid-field stripe and behind perfect blocking sailed down the sideline for the score as Broaddus flattened the safety man. Late in the game Kuldell passed to Clay over center and Clay went over for the final score. Kuldell missed the extra point and the score stood Virginia 39, Maryland 0. Duke, a national powerhouse, iust had too much for JAMES sAcKErr suimerr FINLAY SPEER WOOD HANSEN WALDROP Coach Murray's tricky stuff broke the back of a heavier Maryland team. Playing with fine precision the Cavaliers ran the Terps dizzy. Nine plays after the opening kick- off Debuskey fell on Murray's fumble for the first touch- down. Burnett missed the try for goal. Moments later Burnett's coffin-corner kick forced Maryland to punt out. lt traveled only 20 yards. A very prettily-executed Murray trick flanker, Burnett fo Sackett to Cofer, made fhe score I2 for Virginia within five minutes of play. After another exchange of kicks in which Burnett's quick kick went out on the Terp 4-yard line, the Cavaliers moved goalward with passes to Wanner. CONT Und Odom. Murray went over right tackle for the score. Burnett's toe connected to make the score I9-0. Again MaryIand's offense failed and taking over, Burnett heaved a perfect strike to Wanner from the Maryland 35, and he l47l the Cavaliers as they swept over them 49-0 at Durham. Virginia's tackling and blocking was very shoddy and missed tackles gave the Big Dukes two and possibly three scores they would not have had. The poor block- ing cost the light and scrapping Murraymen another pair of scores. The passing attack functioned well despite the fact that Duke ranked as the nation's best college team on defense. Cofer and Wanner hung on to Bur- nett's tosses beautifully. Once reaching the five and again the I0-yard line, the Cavaliers were unable to score and the fresh Blue Devil reserves wore Virginia down to such an extent that the Dukes were knocking at the gate again when the final whistle blew. The season will be concluded in Norfolk against the University of North Carolina Tarheels November 27. Deadlines prevent us from recording this game. April April April April April April STAFF ALEX CAVE ....... . . . Co-Caplain TURNBULL GILETTE . . . . Co-Caplain 'VWALTER McCLELLAND . . . . . Manager A. A. CORCORAN . . . . . . Coach ARCHIBALD M. AIKEN GEORGE R. ANDREWS WR. P. BABYAK 'lfW. H. BRUGMANN SQUAD wr. JAMES R. F. JARECKE 'l'G. H. LATCHUM H. F. NEIGHBORS BASEBALL 1944 B. SHAW A. L. SHELTON DAVID H. TURP L. WALDROP ALLEN CAMPBELL E. O. McCUE BUREN O. WILLIAMS F. C. DIVIDSON WR. McKINLEY JOHN D. WITTSTEIN J. P. EUSTER iIiA. NEWMYER W. P. WOODBRIDGE 'ITABB GILETTE 'I'J. D. PATTON iI'A. CAVE RODGER D. FRALEY WJ. H. KIRK 'Awards I SPRING RECORD 6-Va. . . 5: Hampden-Sydney . . 3 April 30--Va. . . I3: Navy P.-Fliglml' N. C. 9-Va. . . 8: Washinglon 8: Lee . . I5 May I-Va. . . IO: Norlh Carolina . . I0-Va. . . 20: V. M. I ....... 0 May 4-Va. . . 7: V. P. I. . . . I3-Va. . . O: WasI1ing+on 8: Lee . . 0 May 5--Va. - - 72 V- P- I- - - - 2I-Va. . . 5: Richmond . .... '3 May 8-Va. . . I: Richmond . . . 24-Va. . . 17: V. M. I. . . . . 5 May I2-Va. . . 0: Navy . . I48I THE SEASON ln warlime adversily, fhe Alhlefic Deparlmenl worked lasl and secured lhe services of Bunny Corcoran, foolball end coach and former maior league ballplayer, lo coach lhe learn, and whipped up a len-game schedule. The leam was made up of veferans Cave, Gillelle, Palfon, McKinley, and Lalchum al pilcher, cafcher, lhird, second, and leff field respeclively, and Brugmann al firsl, Newmyer af shorl, James in cenfar field, and Babyak ln righf field. The Cavaliers opened lhe season wilh a 5 lo 3 win over lhe Hampden-Sydney Tigers. Alex Cave slruck oul I2 men, walked 0719, gave up six hils and allowed only one earned run, lo keep lhe Tiger bafs prelly well lied up. Hank Lalchum led lhe swaflers wilh a perfecl day al baf, wifh lwo for lwo: Newmyer, Brugmann, McKinley, and Cave also hil safely for Virginia, A week-end al Lexinglon wound up in a splil, losing lo Wash- inglon and Lee I5 lo 8, and coming back lhe nexl day lo swamp V. M, I. 20 lo 0. In fhe firsl game Virginia look a 7 lo I lead al lhe end ol lwo innings, bul a fourlh-inning homerun wllh bases loaded, a big sevenlh inning, plus several Cavalier errors spelled viclory for lhe Generals. A reiuvenaled leam hopped on lhe Keydef hurllng for I8 hifs lhe nexl day. Rain washed oul Vlrginia's chance fo avenge lheir loss lo Washinglon and Lee. The Richmond Spiders' highly loufed ball club was laken info Camp by lhe Cavaliers in a close 5 lo 3 ball game, lo lhrow lhe slale race info a deadlock. Gillelle and Brugmann led lhe leam al bal, each gelling lwo for four. Cave chalked up his fhird slraighl win, scallering seven hils, and confining lhe Spiders' scoring lo lhe sixfh inning. Easler week was given a flying slarf when lhe leam lied anolher shellacking onlo V. M. I., lhis lime I7 lo 5. Lalchum, Gillelle, and "Diving Venus" Babyak were lhe leading hillers wilh lhree apiece, and Newmyer, Palfon and James each gol lwo. Cave relieved Kirk in lhe fhird inning lo receive credil lor his fourfh win againsl no losses. The Cavaliers downed lhe Norlh Carolina Pre-fliqhls I3 lo 5 Friday af Chapel Hill, and, iourneying fo Greensboro on Salurday, whipped lhe Universily of Norlh Carolina Tarheels I0 fo 8. Hank l.alchum reverled lo his original role of pllcher and baffled lhe Pre-flighls wilh his sidearm delivery, giving up only five hifs and keeping lhe fliers hilless for lhe Iasl five innings. Gillelle and "Snakes" Pallon led lhe balling parade wilh lhree hifs apiece, followed by Brugmann and James wilh lwo apiece, and Newmyer, Babyak and Lalchum wilh one each. Alex Cave chalked up his fillh slraighf win Salurday againsl lhe Tarheels, conlribuling a double wilh bases loaded in lhe ninlh fo score fhree runs and win lhe ball game. Wilh lhe sun-blinded oulfielders frying lo figure oul a way lo calch a fly ball, lhe Cavaliers came from behind in lhe eighlh fo score four runs, and lo cul lhe five-run lead down lo one. Wilh lhe score 8 fo 6 in favor of lhe Carolinians in lhe ninlh Cave came lhrough wifh his double, scoring McKinley, Gillelle, and Pallon, and scoring himself a minule laler on Babyak's single. Nexl came lhe fafal lwo-game series wilh V. P. I. al Lambelh behind lhree limes in 7 decision. Brugmann kepl Virginia in lhe running wilh lhree hils apiece. came lrom close 8 fo Field. Virginia only lo drop a lhe firsl game and McKinley by a 9 lo 7 a long lhree- lriple by Bill same slory, fhis lime order of lhe day, bul run homer by "Pinky" Newmyer and a lwo-run Brugmann were again nol enough lo slem lhe lide. Virginia losf whal proved lo be lhe Iasl game when lhe Richmond Spiders avenged lheir former loss 8 lo I. The game wenf up in smoke in lhe second inning, when firsl baseman Bill Brugmann broke his arm in a close play al firsl base, and lhe rallied Cavaliers made lhree errors on lhree successive bunls. Faslballer Wheeler of lhe Spiders kepl lhe Virginians' bals funad down lo seven base blows wilh a burning fasl ball, abelled by a slrong wind blowing in from lhe box and againsl lhe ballers. Il was lhe firsl lime fhis year lhaf lhe Cavaliers were noi able lo secure af leasl one exlra-base blow. The nexl day is was lhe counl. Long hifs were lhe of lhe season Cave led lhe pifchers for lhe season, winning five of lhe Cavaliers' six wins and being crediled wilh lwo losses, in- cluding lhe close V. P. l. game. The balfing crown wenf lo Bill Brugmann who knockeo oul I9 hifs in 49 limes al bal for a .387 percenlage. Olher lhree hundred hillers were Paflon, .339: Lalchum, .3331 James, .3l6g Gillelfe, .3I0g and Babyak, .304. Newmyer was lhe only Cavalier lo connecl for fhe circuil. l49l .,- ir, v L. A. Applewhile B. Bailey HN. w. soya VR. S. Boyd WC. A. Broaddus C. F. Caliga Naf Boyd lCap+ainl Al Rofhschild lManagerl Walker Ross Socoloff 'Awards. RHCH - 1943 :VTHOMAS H. TODD :VSTUART L. HAAS . ARCHIE HAHN. . "'V. M. Capers H. A. Claiborne B. G. Cornell WC. R. Coleman M. J. Darley WW, C. Deelrens C. B. Farber C. W. Fifcheff WS. B. Fray L. Gray WR. C. Green WG. Grimes STAFF Spring, I943 scpuAD Spring, I943 WJ. F. Hanson J. M. Hehr M. A. Holliday R. Kindred G. R. Laubsher il'D. March Charles Minor VW. E. Mohler D. Oliver W. Pierce G. Samperion R. A. Scoil Summer, I943 Bob Shook DOUG Tall Don Wanner "Chief" Mclnlosh Bill McBra+ney LOU Smlfh Fred Young Bari' Todd R. C. Green Franlc Richmond Bill Deelrens Jere Hanson . . Capiain . Manager . . Coach W. H. Speer R. l. Slewari' WE. C. Suhling D. Tail' KB. B. Todd :l'F. B. Tuclrer WD. G. Wanner 'l'W. S. Williams H. B. Wilson H. Siewarf R. Finlay C. B. Valeniine "Hoss" Pearce Don Gufmann Ham Blaclrshear Doug Meaden Tom Davies Franlr Marshall ,Defpite setbacks track interest at the University probably hit its all time peak, Captain Tom Todd retained his indoor I. C. 4-A -hurdle crown and then went on to add the outdoor I20 yard high hurdle I. C. 4-A title. He thus became the first Vlfqinia cinderman to win both an indoor and an outdoor l. C. 4-A championship. ln addition he won the Southern Conference 7Q ,Yard igh hurdle crown held by Frank Fuller, former Vir- Qlfila great. He captured a third in his specialty in the famous Millrose Games, anchored the shuttle hurdle relay team to a Championship of America at the Penn Relays and took second in the Penn Relays Invitation Hurdles. Besides Captain Todd, Captain-elect Nat Boyd, Don Wanner, and Bob Green made news in events ot national importance. The indoor season began at home when the host Cavaliers did an unceremonious iob of cleaning up on Catholic University, Bridgewater, Richmond, and V. P. I. as they swept the mile and the pole vault and took three out of four places in both hurdles to take every event save three. One event that the Cavaliers did not win, the 50 yard dash, nonetheless was won by' 6 University man, Walt Gallford, a transfer from V. M. l. W ere the previous spring he had won the state crown ln both dashes setting a record in the I00 and tieing the 220 record. He was ineligible to run for Virginia and competed unattached. In the Southern 'Conference indoor meet at Chapel Hill Tom Todd, Bill Deekens In the two mile and Bob Green in the half 'mile were outstanding. Weight of numbers more than 5nYthing' else accounted for Virginia's place as only a few made t e trilp. Tom Todd stood out as he took both hurdles Challenging uIler's record in the lows. Bob Green showed his heels to the best in the South as he took the half mile. At the indoor I. C. 4-A's in March at Madison Square Garden, Todd retained his 60 yard high hurdle championship won the previous year. Nat Boyd placed fourth in the broad-lump. Coming outdoors the Cavaliers bowed to North Carolina on Lambeth Field in the flrst of those three heartbreakers, 64 l13 to bl 213. Virginia took nine flrst1places wlnnlng every run- ning event except the two dashes. om Todd doubled in the hurdles as did Billy Deekens who copped the mlle and two mile runs. Bob Green ran a beautiful l:59.I to win the half mile. Curtin Coleman took the 440, Eddie Suhllng the shot' put, Qon Wanner the iavelin, and Nat Boyd the broad lump with a fine 22 feet 7 inch performance. The Tarheels' preponderance of seconds and thirds, however, gave them the victory as ln the broad iump, the last event on the proglram, Carolina Captain Mangum nosed out George Grimes for t e meet-winning polnts. Traveling to V.M.l. the following week, the' Hahnmen were seeking revenge for the defeats of the previous season, but 6 series of misfortunes overtook them as t ey dropped another heartbreaker to the Keydets, 65-bl, ln what was getting to be an annoyin bad habit. The Cavalier hurdlers, Todd, Capers, Mohler andg Todd, swept their two events. Curtin Coleman was taken sick iust before post time and could not run thus deal- Inq a body blow to the Cavalier chances. Jere H-anson took both sprints in fine fashion and Billy Deekens acaarn won the two mile run, sharing the mile with teammate Bo Green who was nipped in the 880. Overwhelming Keydet superiority in the weights ls what finally' spelled defeat for the Cavaliers. At the Penn Relays Arc ie's four hurdlers, Tom Todd, Bud Capers, Bill Mohler and Bart Todd ran away with the shuttle hurdle relay Championship of America crown as they swamped the Navy y more than twenty yards with Captain Tom run- 'WIHQ the anchor leg. Tom's quest for the individual hurdle title failed as he was nipped at the tape. Bud Capers failed to survive the heats. l51l In the individual sprints Jere Hanson lost out in a fast 9.9 heat but Walt Galliford came through to get fifth place in the final which was won by Princeton's Harvey Kelsey ln 9.8. The sprint medley relay team of Coleman, Fray, Hanson and Green placed fourth in their heat and came in well ahead of the Navy, Since the field comprised over 35 teams the Cava- lier foursome did rather well for themselves. The off field ex- ploits of this group who were dubbed the Grin Kids became egendary on this trip. In their last home appearance of the season the Cavaliers swamcred Hampden-Sydney and Lynchburg College. Except for the ashes the Hahnmen took every other first place and every second and third place. Every Virginia runner had a hand in the scoring in a tune up for the all important State Meet and V.M.l. The Cavaliers did it again in the State Meetl For the third time. during the season the cindermen had victory in their grasp. until the last event only to lose out by the closest of margins-this time I 314 points-as the Keydets kept the State title, 68 l12 points to the Cavaliers' 66 314 wlth W. and M. garnering I6 and V. P. I. I0 314. The big surprise of the day was Blll Mohler's stunning vic- tory in the high hurdles over Tom Todd. Mohler who had been improving tremendously caught Todd over the last hurdle and drove to the tape inches ahead as the Cavaliers monopo- lized the timber topping again. Coleman led his V. M. I. rivals to the tape to make up or what he did not do in the dual meet. Sam Fray was a strong third. Bob Green took his half mile specialty and then teamed up with Bill Deekens to win the mile aim in arm. Deekens then came hack after a short rest to take the two mile run. Teammate Frank Tucker was unable to hold oft the closing challenge of Ke det and the one point shift was the margin by which the Key:llet's kept their tltle. Nat Boyd's loss to arch enemy Ed Wasdell of V.M.l. was another startling upset-the first in the state for Nat. Virginia with Fray, Williams, Green and Coleman took the mile relay and George Grimes had a hand in a four way tie for first in the high iump. V. M. I.'s showing in the weights and field events was again the prime factor in their victory. Except for the points in the iumps the Cavaliers were unable to get but one point, Wanner's fourth In the discus. The only record was made by V. M. I.'s Sherrard in the pole vault, I3 feet, but it was not allowed. Nat Boyd was elected captain for the following season. ln June Bob Green competed in the National AAU Cham- pionships at New York's Triboro Stadium and did very well in placing third in the Junior B00 meter championship. Dr. Frank Finger, the University's running professor of psychology, captured a sixth place medal in the Junior 400 meter hurdles. The following week Nat Boyd and Don Wanner competing in the National Decathlon Championships also won championship awards. Don finished in third place and Nat took fifth. In the end of August a track meet with the Quantlco Ma- rines was held -on Lambeth Field. Geared to a modern war tempo the Marlnes'flew from Quantlco to Charlottesville and while they landed it was the Cavaliers who had the situation well In hand as they grounded the Leafhernecks, 75-lb. Cap- tain Boyd, Jere Hanson doubled, Bob Green, Billy Deekens and Don Wanner won their specialties, Horace Pearce and Huim lBIackshear, new additions in the Navy V-I2 program, stood O B SD. This meet concluded the track activity for the season as most thoughts turned to fast approaching fall and football. The loss of half the University by calls to the armed services seriously cut down the number of teams entered in the various intramural programs during the first year of war, but the Intramural Department, headed by Boss Bill Clover, managed to carry on the same old peacetime programs with only a minimum of changes. But with the wholesale induction of the Navy and Marine reservists, last July, the old program was out for the duration, to be replaced by a new "after- supper" league for the benefit of the V-l2ers. The history of Intramurals during the last year thus deals with the last days of the peacetime organizations and the birth of a new wartime ersatz system. A With the disappearance of the ldle Five, cream of the Law School and annual big shots of the Independent League, and with the marked decline in the quantity and quality of the fraternity teams, a new powerhouse has taken control of the situation and for the last year has proven unstoppable. This team ls composed of the Med School draftees, known to most as the Quacks. After rolling through a highly successful season marred by only two defeats ln the Independent Softball League, last spring the Quacks mauled the fraternity champs, SPE, I0-2, to take the University championship. When the second term of the softball season rolled around in July, the Quacks bowled over all opponents by huge scores to take ten straight vlctories before being forced to drop out of the league be- cause of Med School vacations. Two of these victories were over the champs-to-be, the Busy Bees, successor to the old peacetime Busy Five. Although cut down in number, the fraternity teams of the spring softball campaign put up one of the hottest fights of recent years. Surprise team during this season was the Phi Kap ten, which went all the way to the finals in the playoffs undefeated before dropping a pair to the defending champion SPE's to lose the title. During the regular season the Phi Kaps easily beat the SPEs twice, but when the chips were down iust didn't have the needed drlve. At the beginning of the season the slugging Dekes and the ATOs were favorites to capture the crown, but pitcher trouble hurt both teams all year and proved disastrous in the play- offs. With a team composed of such sluggers as all-stars Charlie Sackett, Lucien Burnett, Rufus Roberts, Zeke Gamble and Eddie Bryant, the Dekes were able to pound their way through the regular season, but slow-ball pitcher Knocky Cofer iust didn't get his team through the playoffs, The ATOs were plagued with iniuries all season with a variety of pitchers on the mound at different times, the best of whom were Benno Janssen and Frank Hereford. Sigma Nu and Alpha Chi Sigma were the other two teams to put teams ir: the playoffs, but were the first to go out. The Sigma Nu's had no one star but were ably represented by such men as Ox Livingston and Bob Runyon, while the Chemists were led by such standouts as Johnson, Leake and Alfriend. The standout team among those not in the playoffs were the Pi Lams who had the honor of beating both the champion Phl Kaps and the runner-up SPEs. The Independent League during this spring season was even smaller than the Fraternity League, but had an equally hot race. Three teams fought it out tooth and nail all season with the outcome not decided until the last game. These three teams were the Quacks, the defending Independent and Unl- versity champion Busy Five, and the NROTC Enslgns. Both the Busy Five and the Ensigns beat the Quaclrs, both the Busy Five and the Quacks beat the Ensigns, and the Quacks beat the Busy Five, but it was a terrific upset in the form of a victory by the comparatively unknown Torrid Ten over the Busy Five that established the Ouacks as winners. The Busy Flve took a second place nevertheless by romplng over the Chief Austin's Ensigns three times. At the end of the season, the umps, Topics sports staff, and the Intramural department got together and picked out an all-star team composed of the following men: Catterton lBusy Fivel, Hawkins lPhi Kapl, Marie ISPEJ, pitchers: Wittstocks fPhi Kept, Michael lBusy Fivel, Fitzgerald lQuacksl, catchers, Burnett fDKEl, first baseg Mason lPhi Kapl, Roberts lDKEl, sec- ond baseg Merritt lQuacksl, third base, Seiler KATOJ, Hlckg lQuackst, Abrutyn iPi Lamt, van Meter lQuackst, outfielders. ln the second softball campaign starting the first week in July, the old fraternity, independent, and dorm leagues were done away with entirely and all teams divided into three non- partisan groups, the top two teams ln each league to get in the playoffs. These teams were, for the first tlme, made up almost entirely of V-I2ers fthe NROTC having formed their l52l own leaguei, but in the end if developed into a race between two predominantly civilian teams, the Busy Bees and the Sigma Nus, for the title. At the beginning of the season two teams, the Quacks and the Ten Tars, seemed to be unstoppable, and both teams lived UP vo expectations until unforeseen circumstances forced the withdrawal of both. Each of the two went up to the playoffs without losing a single game and with ten victories to their credit. The Quacks, led by pitcher Ralph Robbins, Charlie Merritt and Myers Hicks, were undoubtedly the most powerful team seen in any softball league during the last decade, hav- ing almost man for man the same team that had walked away with the crown the season before and had been runners-up to the undefeated Busy Five in l942. The Ten Tars were com- posed of entirely Navy men, mostly stars of the previous sea- son such as Nick Carter, Luke Waldrop, Charlie Sackett, Johnny M9Yerholz, and Salty Hawkins. But when playoffs came around, football practice and hard work forced the team to dlsband with 6 perfect record. The team that finally won the crown was the Busy Bees, runner-up to the Ouacks in regular season play. With Sonny Harlow pitching, and Cliff Fox, Hank Wilson, Bob Patterson and Charlie Michele playing in the field, the Bees went through the playoffs undefeated, Runners-up in this race were the Sigma Nus, who would not even have made the playoffs but for the kindness of the Quacks in dropping out of the race. Pitcher Hank Neighbors and Ox Livingston were stars through- out both the regular season, in which the team finished a poor third in its league, and the playoffs, where it lost only lwo games, both to the Busy Bees. Other teams in the playoffs, but which dropped out soon were Alpha Chi Sigma, SPE, and the Davis Destroyers. The SPEs still had Jimmy Marie, but most of the rest of the team were gone. During this first wartime Softball season two outstanding feats of pitching were performed, Jimmy Waldron pitching a no-hitter and striking out all but three men to beat ACS for Gildersleeve Hall, 2-0, and Ralph Robbins blanking the Busy Bees ln another no-hit game, 6-0. pl James H. Bash Waller H. Beaman A. J. Davis Ernesf Dixon Mcrfon Gallub John O. Barlrsdale Kenny Bevan Q. M. BurneH'e , gv.",'o ,yy -4 f.: , -' 5 'nu 9 -far y ,u:r""i 'zhw .'..'n3A. 5' 2 1- ' Ziyi. - if F op: . , ,Z -gh 1 A Q Dmig',S L ' - - Wee GlEE Cl OFFICERS DAN WHEELER .... . . . . Presideni RIDGELY D. MILLER, JR. . . . Manager HENRY P. TAYLOR, JR. . . . Librarian DR. STEPHEN D. TUTTLE . . ..... Direcfor RANDALL THOMPSON . . . . . Assisfanf Direcfor FIRST TENORS Arihur Barnard Ted Buiierworih Jack B. Davis William D. Davis Richard Drand Fred C. Holler Nici: Davies J. Fred Manneschmidf Alfred C, Hun? Phil P. Scroggs Roberf M. Milford Roberf P. Shook Henry F.,Neighbors Ward H. Speer Mark W. Cowell Jaclr Dragoo Allan H. Crosby Herschel EllioH' R. Larry Davis William C. Gibbons W Y 'ug - 'asf-:':.,, William Fowle M. Lee Payne Edward Sandridge Riclgely D. Miller Henry P. Taylor C. Downing Tail, Jr. Sfuarl' Talboi' Sfuarf Hanclxel William Johnson Dan Wheeler R"x........ 2 1' w Q JL "br in yas 1'w,,:igi Tfilwqiy ' .,,-. ,. 435 THE UIIIUERSITII 0F UIRGIIIIII John W Knighf . . . J Bayard Brilfon . . . Samuel H. Murray Eddie Saclrs . PICCOLO Barreli G. Payne, Jr. FLUTE Joseph H. Curl Miriam Lending OBOE Paul Rilchie E FLAT CLARINET William R. Hilchens B FLAT CLARINET James Balchelor J. Bayard Brillon John L. Dreese William C. Fleming Wilson Fowle, Jr. James E. Hopson Roberl E. Luiz Emil Rada Roberi N. Rapopori Beverly F. Roberts Joseph H. Smilh William C. Taplilz Dan O. Via, Jr. BASS CLARINET Joseph K. Smilh BASSOON John F. Tinker l OFFICERS l PERSONNEL SAXOPHONE Roberl L. Brown, lll John C. Lucas Harry J. Perlberg, Jr Jack Rosenbloom CORNET William J. Bemus P. Sluari Carler John B. Dragoo Arlhur F. Eisenman, Jr. Harold C. Fousl John Gamble Charles Haymaker Edward S. Kline Norman H. Sladley FLUGEL HORN Roberf B. Gahagan TRUMPET Charles R. Cook Neal G. Ladwlg Byron Slokes Richard Wallers TROMBONE James A. Chapman James A. Cook l55l . . . . Vice-Presudeni . Secrefary-Treasurer . Drum Maior Charles E. Hamm Galen S. Lawrence Herberl G. Webb BARITONE Chesler Bolen Wade H. Moser EUPHONIUM Jack B. Phillips Maurice F. Welzel BASS TUBA Louis H. Calisch Alvin Clemenls Henry F. Neighbors, Jr PERCUSSION James D. Bain Chesler J. Claudon Nicholas J. Douglass James W. Rinker Charles O. Soumar Charles Dulany HORN John W. Knighl Samuel H. Murray Allen R. Winchesier Eugene Brand OFFICERS Wnlfer McClelland . . ..4.... . . Preelrlerrl Roberf Kindred . . . . . Vice-Presideni Mrs. Alberi' E, Walker . . . . Hosfess Ivey F. Lewis . . . Deer of llre Universify o SENIOR SOCIAL COMMITTEE Marfin Williams Charles Merrill .llrrr Camp Nel Adamson Joe wlrlnle oevla Wilson Broolrs Farber rea senerwerllr o T H E FIRST-YEAR SOCIAL COMMITTEE U n I U E R s I T v James Palmer Sfanworth Brinkley Pa+DuHy Jack Cook Roberf slreele Jee l-lerper C E n 'I' E R oeeer Underwood, Jr. Frank Pilsch Edward Hubbard Harrison Peahoss OFFICERS Archer K. Blood . . ...,.. . . . Presidenl William H. Brugmann .... Vice-Presidenl Merwin Moore . . . . . Recording Secrelary E. l. Carrulhers ..... Treasurer Roberl W. Paferson ...... Office Manager Dr. S. A. Milchell . . . . Chairman, Board of Direciors COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN Eugene Brand . . ...,........... . Universily Forum Ted Bu'Herwor+h William Crenshaw . . . ..... Publicily . . Universily Forum Tom Davis . . . . Universify Field Club Marshall Fishwiclc . . . . . ...... Chapel Jesse Hudson . . ........... Finance Alan Rofhschild . . . . Publicily and Universily Forum BOARD OF DIRECTORS S- A. Mifchell, Chairmen: J. L. Vaughan, Recording Secrefaryg E. l. Carrufhers. Treasufefl Roberl' W. Palerson, Office Manager: S. R. Davenporl, F, C. Dlsque. F. W. Finger, W. M. Forres+, D. C. Hyde, E. A. Kincaid, l. F. Lewis, S. V- McCasland, L. G. Moffafl, W. R. Smifhey, G. B. Zehmer. i571 ",., VX' Ui.. UIIIUERSITV CHRISTIHII HSSOCIIITIOII Founded IBSB - ". . . UUFIRTERED SHFE UP HERE" ugj. Remember Mid-Winfers lasf year, when . . . Hurry up ihuh reep-a whuh, iwo. Genflemen, fhe German People . . . fhree, four. Could I borrow ihis for a round. Watch fhaf firsf sfep. if's a honey. Praise A'llah. AW. Come OH. gimme H16 book. I wanna sfudy X19 . sq. We waif for fhis and we waif for ihis And only four hours credif Wei+ a Minu+G. you forgof fo wash Hey, whaf happened io my head? Oh, +ha+ Sinafra. Your hair firsf. TIIRFU TRUUBLES .41- Reason: fo buy a liffle . . . I don'+ lrnow why if is, I always gef sleepy in here. Lord, don'f we work hard. Wonder how fha Cave sfays open. Yes sir, iust as you say, Curl. All fhis guf in one frog. Aw C0739 OH. l+'II only be fill fen o'cloclc reol i v 1 Q Q V li , ' , if ,lyfli 4, -Q ' I IN! I A "fm: . 5' f- X Q ' T ' 3 , Qga S+ X 4' , ' Vi .X 44 4 vl V 1 4 n rg, 1 V, E N if 5 .5 A- M' -a,x.!i:,.r' -rv ' ' V ' . f ""fI" "1 , ,f -'Z' S 'J' '4Z.,, .2 1 ,. 4, .W rl 9 Q' ' MW1-W " 'J 'K' H w 'Z ii-. JO f A 7 I Nwlxluijm K I. E , f' gk.- more IIFIP HDTS -3 I+ all s+ar+ecl like +l1is. She 'riclcled +l1e young man's fancy. Lay flxaf Momma clown, Poppal Wlial' are you looking a+, Debuslzey? Ro+ corps deligl1+. All ihese bills on only 50 bucks. Conversalion CENSORED. Typical. "Gosh, my nose i+cl1es." "Jus+ hold on +o +l'1a+ ball!" "Aw, come on, fall in willya7" Two pairs of No. I8 s+amps. My dear, wl1al' lovely briclgeworlcl Meanwhile, flue Roi' corps has liber'I'y. Bombing praclice. Bul, Dr. Brown, I go+ +l1e +heory. More clelighf. Gosh, l'm Hred. Tiger and Lizzy fake group +o Farm- ing+on. A.T.O. pressure rushing. fl 'ft' km 1,M,'7 my 1, . ,v 'up' f 'Z ' Sf? J ts' 5 C ' ff r uf ,K g .9 B Qaqqx! L X 1 - NX-.W X I xx' 0,4-' 1 'lin N5 r' f I If ,J fx ..i 'rf fin. mmf -4 'N Ya Q 'i Q51 515- wfrff 2 X W 'Y . r f' 53' .mg '9 11' - A IU Wihwmfirf' 'ff .ff A, i .. "fy 5.4 lm XX .X We don'+ believe I+ eifher. Phi Kap fun. Wedding bells in +l1e fulure. Shum one migl'1+ sl1ay l'm inlakesycocfed. -If lG5l ssc? Bored, Bruce? 24. Hold on, Baldy. Rlclln' lllgll' 25. ls slwe vulnerable, Frank? More Easler Week. Blanke+ pany. 26. Minls in Mexico. Wall' for me. 27. "'l'ougl1ie" Miller and group. rlm AND THE OLD DAYS If was a chilly summer affernoon in lafe July, the kind fhaf always follow a week of rain, wifh damp ground and a cold wind blowing. The corner was in ifs usual fwo o'clock lull and fhe brews consumed during fhe morning hours had broughf Tim fo his accusfomed drowsy sfafe. So, as cusfomary, he gof up from his perch on fhe ledge of Sfeve's old sfore and scaled fhe wall for his usual affernoon nap. A week lafer "Tim Murphy" was dead. The cold winds and wef ground had broughf pneumonia fo fhe Professor of Bumology. Despife a week of efforf fo fighf if off. 73-years-old Tim passed on in fhe Universify Hospifal on July 3l. There were a hosf of medical sfudenfs and ofhers oufside his room fo fhe lasf. Thus was seen fhe end of one of our mosf colorful figures, fhe incomparable "Tim" of fhe corner. His funeral was a quief one, noi' an elaborafe affair like fhe burials of ofhers of fhe Universi+y's figures of fradifion. A few inferesfed faculfy members and sfudenfs saw his lasf remains laid away and over a hundred dollars was quickly raised by sfudenfs fo provide flowers and fhe Headsfone. We remember Tim as a lover of life, as a fhoroughly lovable bum. We remember 'rhe occasions when Tim's anfics on fhe corner so roused fhe wrafh of the local aufhorifies fhaf fhe "shoof-me-ouf" office had fo be l56l moved up by Fayerweafher Hall. There was fhe hor- rible fragedy fhaf enfered his life when a group of sfudenfs gave him a fhorough scrubbing and washing and dressed him in clean clofhes-"Never felf so bad in my life". And, recall fhe fime during Easier Week when Tim posed as an alumnus fo fhe guesfs af a cerfain frafernify house. Figures on his weekly income were never known, buf some say fhaf if never fell below fwenfy dollars. His clofhes were always of fhe finesf. Tweed coafs and grey flannels fhaf had seen dufy on Madison Lane came his way from fime fo fime fo keep him clofhed in fhe Virginia manner. Warfime life af Virginia cuf info fhe Bum's income fo some exfenf, Uniformed men, new fo fhe Universify, were slow fo respond fo fhe hoarse call, "Shoof me our Larson," buf soon fhe bearded Tim was known fo all who frequenfed fhe corner. His lasf colorful appearance was af fhe Carolina Pep Rally in '42 when he fhrew a flaming far baby from fhe second floor of fhe Cavalier fo gef fhe proceeding underway and headed fhe parade as il' wound ifs way around fhe Lane and down Whiskey Alley. Obifuary edifors fhroughouf fhe sfafe had a difficulf fime wrifing fhe old man's hisfory. lf was hazy and con- fused, buf all agreed fhaf he had served in fhe navy of several counfries, foughf in fhe Spanish-American War, and finally seffled down fo work in his capacify of Pro- fessor of Bumology af fhe Universify abouf I926. We don'f find so many excuses fo visif fhe corner now fhal he's gone. The ledge is now vacanf. Anofher fradifional figure has leff us. Lef him be remembered: him and fhe Universify fhaf he knew. 1870""' Alias ProfBS50" of UniuerS'i9 llllD THE Dllll5 T0 COIllE The Universlty of Virginia has truly outstanding professional schools and a better-than-good llberal arts college, yet the University has won her world-wide reputation not solely be cause her doctors, engineers, and lawyers are superior protes- sional men, but also because somehow the Virginia graduate possesses characteristics which set him apart from graduates of more nearly typical American colleges and unlversitles. Undergraduates of the University for many years have abused the term gentleman. They refer to themselves as gentlemen, and HWY make a great deal of belonging to the Cavalier class. Yet for all the inconsistencies in undergraduate behavior which those who look skiddishly at the expression Virginia gentleman dig Up, few deny the constant presence of a gentlemanly spirit W0fki"9 its influence on the young men who form the University of Virginia. While ln the University, students manifest the gentlemanly SPirit in their advice to each other: "Don't stick out your neck." That advice, perhaps rudely phrased, carries no rude meaning. Sticking out the neck describes almost every sin which can be committed, accordlng to the Virginia student. ln general his ldea of proper conduct consists of exerclslng a genteel restraint ln dress, manners, speech, and conduct. Certainly even the celebrated conservatism of Vlrglnia's stu- dents at times gives way to some plain hell-raising. After all, the adage, "Boys will be boys," applies whether in the shadow of Jefferson's Colonnades or on the campus of Kansas CNY University. Virginia gentlemen during their residences in Charlottesville sometimes "go off the high board," as they 'GY ln their language, and the crltlcs rise to brand again the iniquity of a wicked University. , Nevertheless the Vlrglnia graduate finished his four years kn'-'tWi'19 more about how to live gracefully than he knew when he matriculated. More important, he knows what to expect of himself intellectually, morally and socially. Two factors, the man and the institution, determine the flnal product of ili9l1er education. Accordingly one cannot expect men too immature for college to derive the higher benefits of the Uni- verslty's freedom. Most failures result from lnadequacles in the man and not ln the lnstltutlon. A student comes to the University to make his own career, and the students at large, like the world, do llttle to force the waverer into the stralght way. Somewhere between sheltered birth and full maturity in the world of hard knocks a man must learn to take care of himself. A free cholce of the high road or the low road must be made ln college. As for the institution-the second determlnatlve factor ln the product of higher education-the University of Vlrglnia should be Preserved in her wealth of ancient days lest she fall into the modern trend toward cultural bankruptcy. The Unlverslty has managed to continue to cherish a faith that men wlll rise to 0PP0rtunitles set before them. Consequently she relects rigor- ous regulations for undergraduates ln the theory that good men, free to do as they will, may acquire actual practice ln the l67l art of living for which the lnstitutlon attempts to prepare them. Free ln the tradition of her father, the University has purposely avoided modern collegiate trends toward educational mass production. Stlll, many colleges have thrown off the conservatism which marks the Unlversity's emphasis on culture and, tend to stock what the customer demands. Many colleges have become poor institutions for creating more graceful living because they de- emphasize the culture of genteel life to give primary attention to training. Training apparently means learning this science and that science to produce a standardized product who will be a gear in the American machine and institutions which will still style themselves liberal arts colleges neglect the classics, humanities, and philosophy. But changes ln curricula never seem to end the college meta- morphosis. Under the influence of the modernization, college campusses become the drlll ground for the shirt-tail parade. Rat capped frosh battle sophs for a hazing armlstice, ,and on Saturday afternoon the whole T-shlrted mob gather in the stadium to rah-rah on to victory the salaried representatives of dear old alma mammy. Woe betide the prof who flunks Whizzer Zallnsky until after the Thanksgiving classic. Mental zoot-suitism, accompanies sartorial zoot-suitism, and he who does not conform ln both becomes a hickie. College authorities help maintain the status low by promul- gating regulations designed to ensure mass production educa- tion. Deans require dormitory residence and common board- ing of all students. They subiect wine, women, and song to minute regulation so that the closet becomes the universal barroom, and mechanized soclal functions must be held in the student union. Under mass production education, individualism suffers for the sake of unlformlty. College planning may raise the lower brackets of students, but it lowers the upper brackets to pro- duce a uniform mediocre student body. Individual thinking, planning, and initiative, ln which young men so badly need experience, must wait untll class bells no longer ring, because ln college the dean did the thinking. After four years of college, the graduate may be disappointed if he takes stock of himself in terms of knowledge gained, facts, figures, information, and techniques. He may find he can't remember what the formula for the surface of a spherical tetrahedron is. Rather he should look to see whether he has be- come more a man and less a young animal than when he matri- culated. He wlll ask himself whether he has acquired a broader general outlook, an appreciation of beauties formerly unnoticed, an improved self-control, a better understanding of men, a keener sense of values. Graduates of the University show in their lives that they can answer these questions in the affirmative. Before crltlcs propose radical changes in the University, they should make sure they will not eliminate petty evils at the ex- pense ot genuine virtues in the free University. THE HUIIUR IITEII -2 The UniversiTy of Virginia wriTes her highesT degree on The souls of her sons. The parchmenf page of scholarship-The colored ribbon of a socieTy-The jeweled emblem of a fraTerniTy-The orange symbol of aThleTic prowess-all These, a year hence, will be aT besT The memenfos of happy hours -lille The wifhered 'flower a woman presses beTween The pages of a book for senTimenT's salre. BUT- If you live a long, long Time, and hold honesiy of conscience above honesTy of purse: And Turn aside wiThouT osTenTaTion To aid The weak: And Treasure ideals more Than raw ambiTiong And Track no man To his undeserved hurT: And pursue no woman To her Tears: And love The beauTy of noble music and misT-veiled mounfains and blossoming valleys and greaT monumenTs- If you live a very long Time and, keeping The faiTh in all These Things hour by hour, sTill see Thai' The sun gilds your pafh with real gold and ThaT The moon floaTs in dream silver: THEN- Remembering The purple shadows on The lawn, The maiesTy of The colonades, and The dream of your youTh, you may say in reverence and Thanlfulness: "l have worn The honors of honor. I graduafed from Virginia." -JAMES HAY, JR., '03. - D..IlC 1 1 G 1 A , 'rn' Vila. J U4 9 qi? P-11 . tk ,sl swat f 'gg f M g his ,J---11 i 2n., CL 4 'A ul ,T '-L 9 f L , L..f:.-,fx--gf,-1- . fax 4 . ' : f'-- .-.:- , N- -: iii: -. 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Hisiorian I l LAW SCHOOL DEPARTMENT OF MEDICINE WALTER FITZGERALD . . . . Presideni GEORGE CURTIN . . . . Presidenf HARPER HELLEMS . . Vice-Presideni' KENNETH CUDMORE . . . . Vice-Presidenf JOHN ZEARFOSS . . . Secrefary BILL ALLEN . . . . Treasurer FRED VANCE . . . . Treasurer WHITMORE FRENCH FITZGERALD HELLEMS DEPARTMENT OF GRADUATE STUDIES HENRY LEIDHEISER . . . . President ALBERT COCKE . . . . Vice-Presidenf ALFRED K. MANN . . . . . Secrefary WALTER GOTTSCHALK .... . . Hisforien I71l Uslllllll.- . A ,U L rlmllry .. i a- Q-A Q JG I '-., I L l llllilllll i . riff,-ig., : .leifayg , 'J ' ai? 4 Aanurm Amen AHReNs 0 ALAN B. ABRUTYN, Jersey Ciiy, New Jersey: B.A.: Pi Lambda Phi: Firsl Year Boxing Team, I9-12. 0 NORMAN NATHANIEL ADLER, Brooklyn, New York: B.A. in Biology: Glee Club: Track Squad: Baskeiball squad. 0 WILLIAM H. AHRENS, Bufler, New Jersey: 8.5. in Commerce: Alpha Kappa Psi: Dagger: Bafialion Commissary. 0 JAMES AMEEN, Hopewell, Virginia: BS. in Chemislry: Ameri- can Insfiluie of Chemical Engineers: Dean's Lisf. 0 LANE AMEEN, Hopewell, Virginia: B.A. in Medicine: Dean's Lisi: Infermediale Honors. 0 RICHARD ANDERSON, JR., Richmond, Virginia: B.S. in Archi- leclure: Topics I940-4l-42: Fealure Editor, I943-44 Crusf: Specfaior: Pi Della Epsilon: Sludenf A. l. A. affiliafe: Virginia Players: Corks and Curls: Archilecfural Associale. 0 GEORGE R. ANDREWS, Rufherford, New Jersey: B.M.E.: Theia Tau. J. AMEEN L. AMEEN ANDERSON ANDREWS BARNES BARR I 72 l BASH BELL BENTLEY 0 P. D. BARNES, B.S. in Commerce from Washington and Lee: House manager of Sigma Nu: Dean's List: Debating Team. 0 WILLIAM C. BARR, Virginia Beach, Virginia: B.A.: M.D.: ln- termediate Honors: Pi Kappa Alpha: Nu Sigma Nu: Lambda Pi: P. K. Society. 0 JAMES H. BASH, Transler from Penn State: Varsity Quartet: Glee Club: Choir. 0 THOMAS GRASTY BELL, Staunton, Virginia: B.A., M.D.: Beta Theta Pi: Raven Society: Skull and Keys: German Club: T. I. L. K. A.: Calconon Club: Assistant Manager Football I939, O JAMES ALLEN BENTLEY, Ridley Park, Pennsylvania: B.A.: Phi Gamma Delta: Skull and Keys. 0 JOHN ALBERT BLACKBURN, Staunton, Virginia: B. M. E.: Theta Tau: Business Manager Virginia Engineering Review: Secretary A. S. M E.: Instructor in Mathematics and surveying. 0 HAMILTON H. BLACKSHEAR, Peekskill, New York: B.A. degree from Tusculum College. O ARCHER KENT BLOOD, Lynchburg, Virginia: B.A.: Sigma Phi Epsilon: President University Christian Association: Raven Society: Intermediate Honors: Senior Cabinet: Chairman First Year Forum: Dean's List, Phi Betta Kappa. O PAUL BOURJOILY Newcastle, Virginia: B.A. in Medicine: Nu Sigma Nu: Glee Club: Manager Glee Club IY43: Intermediate Honors: Dean's List. O JOSEPH SHELTON BOWER, Salem, Virginia: B.S., M.D.: Alpha Psi Omega: Phi Beta Pi. 0 EUGENE DEW BRAND, Houston, Texas: Jefferson Society: Jab- berwock: Y.M.C.A. Cabinet: Chairman Forum Committee: Chair- man Chapel Committee: Glee Club: Virginia Reel, Band: Orchestra: Westly Club: Dean's List. l73l FUR What you got there, Salty? BLACKBURN BLACKSHEAR BLOOD BOURJOILY BOWER BRAND l3lPPll CFIAIITS Q RICHARD MARTIN BRANDT, Birmingham, Michigan: B.M.E.: A. T. O.: Theta Tau: Freshman Varsity Baseball I94l-42: I50 pound Football: Glee Club: German Club: T. I. L. K. A. 0 MAURICE M. BRAY, B.A.: University, Virginia: M.D,: Pi Kappa Alpha: Alpha Chi Sigma: Phi Beta Pi. 0 EVANS VAUGHN BREWSTER, B.S.: Lake Sunapee, New Hamp- shire: LL.B.: Delta Theta Phi Legal Fraternity: Zeta Chi: Law School Historian 0 STANLEY T. BUDD, Pungoteague, Virginia: B.S. in Commerce: Alpha Kappa Psi: College Topics l940-4l: Jefferson Society I94I-42. 0 CHARLES E. BUTTERWORTH, JR., Danville. Virginia: B.S.: Kappa Alpha: President of Glee Club i942-43: Editor-in-Chief, College Topics l?43: intermediate Honors: Instructor in Biology: Raven So- ciety: Pi Delta Epsilon: Lambda Pi: P. K. Society: Jabberwock Award l943. O ALLAN ADAMS CAMPBELL, Blandford, Massachusetts: B.S. in Commerce: Delta Phi: lntertraternity Council: Alpha Kappa Psi: Crust Business Manager l94l-42, Circulation Manager I940-4l: First Year Baseball l94l: Varsity Baseball l942-43: Bad Check Committee i943-44: Dean's List: Skull and Keys: P. K. Society. BREWSTER BUDD BUTTERWORTH CAMPBELL CARTER CATLIN CAVE l74l C. CASEY N. CASEY CATHER O GEORGE BENJAMIN CARTER, Charlottesville, Virglnia: B.S., M.D.: Phi Beta Pi Medical Fraternity. 0 AVERY CATLIN, Charlottesville, Virginia: B. M. E.: Zeta Psi: Theta Tau, 0 ALEXANDER McROE CAVE, Madison, Virginia: Bachelor of chemical Engineering: Pi Kappa Alpha: Alpha Chi Sigma: Trigon: A. l. Ch. E.: President A. l. Ch. E.: O. D. K.: German Club: 3-3-3-Council: Freshman Baseball: Varsity Baseball, l94l-42-43: Co- Captain Baseball I943: Student Athletic Council: Board of Arbitra- tion: Judicial Committee: lntratraternity Council. 0 CHARLES ALFRED CASEY, Charlottesville, Virginia: B.S. in Electrical Engineering: American Institute of Electrical Engineering. 0 NATHAN RYLAND CASEY, Chatham, Virginia: B. M. E.: Theta THU: Virginia Engineering Review: A. S. M. E. 0 J. HOWARD CATHER, Winchester, Virginia: B.S. in Commerce: Kappa Alpha Order: Alpha Kappa Psi: Business stait Topics I?42. e onsm novo CARTER, JR., Hampian, virginia: a.s., LL.a.: Beta Gamma Sigma: Delta Theta Phi: Editorial Board of Virginia Low Review: Dean's List: Raven Society. O HAROLD E. COHEN, Gloucester, Massachusetts: B.A. 0 ROBERT CURTIN COLEMAN, Anniston, Alabama: B.A.: Alpha Tau Omega: Lambda Pi: German Club: T. I. L. K. A.: President German Club l?43: Head Cheerleader H42-43: Freshman Track l94I: Varsity Track l942: "V" Club: Varsity Football l943: N. R. O. T. C. Battalion Commander I'743. 0 ROBERT SPALDING COLEMAN, Lake Forest, Illinois: B.A.: Zeta Psi: Lambda Pi: Fraternity Representation: Corks and Curls l?4l-42, 42-43: Baseball Squad i942-43: lntertraternity Council i943- 44: Assistant Manager Football i943-44. I RAYMOND RUEBEN COMESS, Norfolk, Virginia: B.A., M.D.: Dean's List: Phi Delta Epsilon: Alpha Omega Alpha. 0 RUTH McCURDY COMPTON, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: B.S. in Nursing: Chi Omega: Student Council. i751 FUR Brace Mlstuh. CARTER COHEN R. C. COLEMAN R. S. COLEMAN COMESS R. COMPTON HPPLICFIIITS 0 WILLIAM PAUL COMPTON, Philadelphia, Pennsylvanlag LL.B.g Edilorial Board of Virginia Law Review: Class Hisloriang Sigma Nu Phl. 0 BRUCE GOODRICH CORNELL, Bogola, Columbiag B.A.g A. T. O.g Lambda Pig Boxing Manager I9437 Firsl Year Swimmingg Varsily Track l943g lnlerrnediale Honors. . ooueLAs l-l. CROCKETT, Bluefield, virginia: B.A.g sigma Alpha Epsilon: Tennis. 0 WILLIAM merceg Alpha 0 FREDRICK in Commerce: C. CROMER, Fairville, Pennsylvania: B.S. in Com- Kappa Pslp N. R. O. T. C.g Dagger Suciely. COOLIDGE DAVIDSON, Radburn, New Jersey: B.S. Sigma Nug Alpha Kappa Psi: Baseball Squad. 0 THOMAS JAMES DICKERSON, Charlollesville, Virglniag B.M.E.g Thela Taug A. S. M. E.: Insfruclorg Librarian. 0 JOSEPH F. DILLON, JR., Arlinglon, Virginia: B.S.g Dean's Lisl. W. COMPTON CORNELL CROCKETT CROMER DAVIDSON DICKERSON DILLON F. S. DUDLEY. JR. R. A. DUDLEY EARLY EBBERT EHRLICH l76l 0 FRANK SIMMS DUDLEY, JR., Queenstown, Maryland: B.S. in Commerce: Phi Kappa Sigma: Skull and Keys: P. K. Society: Glee Club I939-4I: Governing Board of Intrafraternity Council: Assistant Business Manager Colks and Curls l943: Lacrosse Team l939-4l: Track Squad: College Topics, 0 ROBERT A. DUDLEY, Charlottesville, Virginia: B.E.E.: Trigon: A. I. E. E. O JULIAN QUAYLE EARLY, Bridgewater, Virginia: B.A., M.D.: All-Vlld Omega Alpha: Phi Beta Pi. 0 ARTHUR EBBERT, JR., Wheeling, West Virginia: B.A.: Phi Beta Pi: Dean's List: Intermediate Honors. O WILLIAM V. EHRLICH, Dover, Delaware: B.S. in Commerce. 0 ROBERT P. ENGLANDER, Norwalk, Connecticut: B.M.E.: Trigon Society: President of Engineering School I943-44: Honor Committee: Engineering Council: Dormitory Counsellor I942-43: O. D. K.: T. l. L. K. A.: Imp: P. K. Society: 150 pound Football I94I-42, Captain 42: Varsity Football I943: Varsity Boxing I942: "V" Club: Student Athletic Council: 3-3-3 Council. 0 PEYTON R. EVANS, Washington, District of Columbia: B.A., M.D.: Saint Anthony: Calconon: Alpha Omega Alpha: Inlermediale Honors: Raven Society. O C. BROOKS FARBER: Freshman Swimming l940: Zeta Psi: Lambda Pi: Varsity Swimming: N. R. O. T. C.: University Center: Football Manager I943. O DONALD TERRELL FAULKNER, Blackstone, Virginia: B.S., M.D.: Calconon Club: A. O. A.: Raven Society: Lambda Pi: Brotherhood of St. Andrew: Intermediate Honors: Freshman Track and Cross Country' College Topics i937-40. 0 ROBERT B. FINLAY, Bronxville, New York: B.M.E.: Sigma Alpha Epsilon: A. S. M. E.: Football Team: Track Squad. 0 THOMAS C. FISHER, JR., Roanoke, Virginia: B.S, in Commerce. l77l FUR Let's gel' out of here and go 'lo the Dock. ENGLANDER EVANS FARBER FAULKNER FINLAY FISHER 5 F311 - . 1 ,' ' ' , f x - 'jf , , 1 Paw. if. Q - nj 7 : . 'EW' I 'X I "i'?311"'. lf H fi ,liovlwl . I 2 d 'WLH'5Yf,:. If , ' " ..-f.T?"2f,xusw1u Q . f L Tf.i.',"'-'. VW' ' ' . ,- aj ,.-K' . I . 'QI -?-rzaiiffi, '-for-, FISHWICK FITZGERALD FLORIN 0 MARSHALL WILLIAM FISHWICK, Roanoke, Vlrglnla: B.A.: Raven Sociely: Jabberwock: Virginia Speclafor: Jefferson Sociely: Soccer Team: College Topics: Deballng Team: Dean's Lisl: Phi Bela Kappa. 0 WALTER C. FITZGERALD, Crewe, Cirglnia: B.S., M.D.: Presi- denl Medical School I943: Presidenl Phl Chi Fralernlly. 0 DONALD MORTIMER FLORIN, Long Island, New York: B.A.: Pi Lambda Pi: Dean's Lisl. Q FREDERICK J. FLYNN, JR., Charlolfesville, Virginia: B.A., M.D.: Della Phi: P. K. Soclely: Nu Slgma Nu. 0 ROGER DANA FRALEY, Cleveland, Virginia: B.S. in Commerce: A. T. O.: Skull and Keys: T. I. L. K, A.: P. K. Soclely: Vice-President ol College: Firsf Year Baskelball: Varsily Baskelball: "V" Club: Glee Club: Dean's Lislg lnlermediala Honors: Raven Soclely: Honor Commilleeg Alpha Kappa Psl. 0 WARREN B FRENCH, JR., Woodslock, Virginia: B.M.E.: Trigon. 0 JOHN A. GILL, Richmond, Vlrglnla: B.A.: Alpha Tau Omega: Lighlweighl Foolbell. 0 WILLIAM ALAN GOLDBACK, Norfolk, Virginia: B.A.: Dean's Lisl. FLYNN FRALEY FRENCH GILL GOLDBACK GOLDMAN l78l enlrrem GUTMANN HMNE5 C HAROLD L GOLDMAN, Norfolk, Virginia: B.A.: Dea'1's List: Journal Club of Psychology. 0 VERNON CLYDE GRIFFETH, JR., Shenandoah, Virginia: B.S. in Commerce: Intermediate Honors: Dean's List. I CHRISTIAN DONALD GUTMANN, West Orange, New Jersey: BA.: Phi Kappa Sigma: Skull and Keys: Track Team l943: Foot- ball I943. O INNES CORRELL HAINES, Arlington, Virginia: B.A., M.D.: Dean's List: Intermediate Honors: Skull and Keys: German Club: Sigma Chi: Dean's List lMedicinet: Calconon Club: Raven Society. O JACOUILIN MARSHALL HARRISON, Richmond, Virginia: B.A.: Freshman Football I940: Varsity Football Squad l94l: Track Squad I942: Skull and Keys: P. K. Society: T. I. L. K. A.: Imp: Intermediate Honors: Calconon Society. 0 HARPER KEITH HELLEMS, Ronceverte, West Virginia: B.A., M.D: Dean's List: Raven Society: Alpha Omega Alpha: Vice Presi- dent of Medical School I943: Phi Beta Pi. I FRANK L. HEREFORD, JR., Lake Charles, Louisiana: B.A.: Alpha Tau Omega' Lambda Pi: O. D. K.: German Club: T. I. L. K. A.: Sigma Xi: Sports Editor, College Topics: Board of Directors, Corks and Curls Intermediate Honors: Dean's List: Secretary-Treas- urer, Interfraternity Council. 0 ALFRED M. HICKMAN, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: LL.B.: Sec- retary and Treasurer of Law School. 0 MALCOLM C. HOLLIDAY, Charlottesville, Virginia: B.A.: Kappa Alpha: Nu Sigma Nu: Cross Country I942: Intermediate Honors: Dean's List. 0 ROBERT THOMPSON HOOVER, JR., EI Paso, Texas: B.Ch.E.: Transfer from University of Texas: Delta Kappa Epsilon: Theta Tau: A.I.Ch.E.: Dean's List. FUR Presenting the Navy's most popular officer. HARRISON HELLEMS HEREFORD I79I HICKMAN HOLLIDAY HOOVER l 0 HENRY EVANS HOWELL, JR., Norfolk, Virginia, LL.B., Sigma Nu Phi, Delta Sigma Rho, Debate Council, Sports Editor, College Topics l942, Student Senate. 0 JESSE TUCKER HUDSON, JR., Roanoke, Virginia, B.A., Pi Kappa Alpha, Junior Cabinet, Senior Cabinet, University Christian Association, Soccer I94l-42. O PAUL ALBERT HUNTER, Hagerstown, Maryland, B.M.E., Sigma Nu, A. S. M. E., Aviation Club, University ol Virginia Engineering Review. .111 Y my , X 0 THOMAS ADAMS JACKA, Long Island, New York, B.S. in 1 ' A Commerce, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Alpha Kappa Psi. I ly I 0 FRANCIS C. JACKSON, Rutherford, New Jersey, B.S., M.D., K I if Phi chi. I . P -- 4, ,El ' 1 ' if ,lf f J Mi O KING A. JAMISON, Blacksburg, Virginia, B.A., M.D., Phi Chi. - L , ,, , ,. , : , -i L' 'M ', Q I My ,,,... s 'i 0 WILLIAM LIPSCOMB JAMISON, Manassas, Virginia, B.A., M.D. 0 BENNO JANSSEN, JR., Charlottesville, Virginia, B.M.E., Alpha ' Tau Omega, Theta Tau, German Club, T. I. L. K. A., "Z", O. H P P l I C n n T S D. K., Tau Beta Pi, Raven Society, Varsity Golf Team, I50 pound Football, Varsity Football, Battalion Commander N. R, O. T. C. HOWELL HUDSON HUNTER JACKA JACKSON K. A. JAMISON W. L. JAMISON JANSSEN JESSEE JUSTIS KASSEL KELLER l50I 0 ERNEST F. JESSE, JR.: Lynchburg, Virginia: B.Ch.E.: Theia Chi: A.l.Ch.E. 0 HOMER R. JUSTIS, Lynchburg, Virginia: B.A.: Phi Bela Pi. O MILTON NOLAND KASSEL, Savannah, Georgia: 8.5, in Archi- fecfure: Corks and Curls I943-44: American lnsliluie of Archiiecfs: Phi Epsilon Pi. 0 ROBERT J. KELLER, Ill, Lynchburg, Virginia: B.S.: Sigma Alpha EPSNOIII Alpha Chi Sigma: Raven Socieiy: Infermediaie Honors: Skull and Keys. I C. GERALD KIRVEN, Aflania, Georgia: B.A.: Alpha Tau Omega: Lambda Pi: Raven Socieiy: Jabberwock: College Topics: lnfermediffe Honors: Phi Beta Kappa. 0 WILIIAM HARRISON KITE, Orange, Virginia: B.S.M.E.: Thefa Tau: Tau Beta Pi: Raven Sociefy: American Socieiy of Mechanical Engineers: lnslrucfcr: Librarian. 0 CARL MILLARD LANG, Charloiiesville, Virginia: B.A., M.D.: Dean's Lisi: Raven Socieiy: lnfermediaie Honors: Alpha Omega Alpha: Nu Sigma Nu. 0 BETTY B. LONGHAM, Alexandria, Virginia: B.S.: Kappa Delia. 0 JOSEPH HENRY LATCHUM, Milford, Delaware: B.A.: Phi Delia Theial Vdriiiy Soccer l94I-42: Capiain I942: Freshman Baseball H401 Varsiiy Baseball I942-43: Sfudenf Alhlelic Council i942-43: "V" Club: Skull and Keys: Eli Banana: Band I940-4I. 0 WILLIAM GORDON LEARY, JR., B.S., M.D.: Phi Beta Pi: Alpha Omega Alpha, IBII an -Q, , A Early Mornin' Blues by Dudley. KIRVEN KITE LANG LONGHAM LATCHUM LEARY . -la -.1 Al nx' . A I -N .fra-is:-MMP r ' Z6 I-. V f- in ic r 4' IIPPL ICIIIITS ,fu MCCLELLAND McCOY MCKINLEY I52I 0 PRESTON P, LEE, Soulh Orange, New Jerseyg 8.M.E.g Pi Kappa AIPIWGC TIWI6 TCU! Raven SOCISIYI A. 5. M. E.g Ballalion Adiulanl N. R, O. T. C.: Dean's Lisl. 0 IRWIN M. LEWIS, Norfolk, Virqiniag B.M.E.g Thela Taug Tau Bela Pig A. S. M. E.g Engineering Councilg Librarian. 0 CHARLES E. LIDDINGTON, Alexandria, Virginiag B.A., M.D. o MARION coorsn LINDEL, Raymond, wasnanglang a.A., Mn.. Phi sera Pi. Q GARNETT WILLIAM LINK, Danville, virginia. s.A., M.o.g Ph: cha. 0 ROBERT EARNEST MCALPINE, Porlsmoulh, Virginia: B.A.g Pi Kappa Alphag Nu Sigma Nu: Lambda Pig P. K. Soclefyg Varsily Baseball I939-4lg "V" Club. 0 WALTER MOORE MCCLELLAND, Oklahoma Clly, Oklahoma: B.A.g Della Tau Dallag Alpha Kappa Psig Lambda Plg P. K. So- cielyg Inlermedlale Honorsg Raven: Varslly Manager Baseball I943g "V" Club: O. D. K.: Washlngfon Soclelyg Presidanl Unlvarslly Cenlarg Phi Bela Kappa. LIDDINGTON LINDEL LINK MCALPINE MCNEELY MacILWAlNE MAHAN 0 HARRY E. MCCOY, Norfolk, Virginia: B.A.: Chi Phi: Skull and K9Y5I P. K. Society: "V" Club: Manager Cross-Counlry, i942-43: Freshman Track Manager, l943: Punch and Julep: I944 Corks and Curls. 0 ROBERT ALFRED MCKINLEY, Avon, New Jersey: B.A.: Thela Della Chi: Lambda Pi: German Club: Eli Banana: Imp Sociely: O. D. K.: Presidenl of ihe College: Chairman of Honor Commifleeg "V" Club: Varsily Baseball, I9-12-43: Freshman Baseball, l?4l: Fresh- man Football, I940. O ROBERT EDWARD LEE MCNEELY, Danville, Virginia: B.A., M.D.: Sigma Alpha Epsilon. O WILLIAM O. MacILWAINE, Universily, Virginia: B.A.: Pi Kappa Alpha. 0 CHARLOTTE MAHAN, Charlollesville, Virginia: B.S.: Kappa Della: Dean's Lisf. 0 ROBERT ALEXANDER MAHONE, JR., Massie's Mill, Virginia: B.Ch.E.: Alpha Chi Sigma: Trigon: A. I. Ch. E.: Dean's Lisl. 0 LEONARD L. MALIS, Allanllc Ciry, New Jersey: B.A., M.D.: Alpha Omega Alpha: Phi Lambda Kappa: Virginia Players: Dean's Lisl: lnlermediale Honors. 0 LINWOOD CARLYLE MAJOR, JR., Alexandria, Virginia: B.A.' Dean's Lisi. Q J. rneomcx MANNESCHMIDT, Pommornh, virginia: B.Ch.E.: Alpha Chi Sigma: Englneerlng Council: A. l. Ch. E.: Trigon: Glee Club. O ALBERT S. MATLOCK, Arlinglcn, Virginia: B.S. I THOMAS RANDOLPH MATTHEWS, JR., Brodnox, Virginia: B.S.: Alpha Chi Sigma: Service Scholar. I53l FUR Well, I hope lhal is sulfur clioxicle, buf are you sure? MAHONE MALIS MAJOR MANNESCHMIDT MATLOCK MATTHEWS Oo A g la m I , I 3.52 I, 1 :1.".QA"jfT:jQ,Q:-..., in . Y ilk' -' '4-" :A l-'i ll . - 4 , l gf .J I Jiqgjfi Q, M'-:IH ' MEDINETS MEREDITH MERRITT 0 HOWARD E. MEDINETS, Perfh Amboy, New Jersey: B.S., M.D.: 0 HENRY CLARKSON MEREDITH, JR., Norfolk, Virginia: B.A., M.D.: Alpha Omega Alpha: Raven Sociely: Phi Bela Pi: Swimming Team. 0 CHARLES WESLEY MERRITT, Boyle, Mississippi: B.A.: Sigma Chi: Caplain Freshman Baseball Team I94I: Varsify Baseball H423 Skull and Keys Presideni: Presidenf P. K. Soclely: Imp: T. l. L. K.A: Chairman Bad Check Commillee I942-43: 0. D. K.: lnlermediale Honors: Raven Socieiy: "V" Club: Calconon Club: Governing Board lnlerfralernily Council l94I-42. 0 LEE D. MILLER, Ballimore, Maryland: 8.A.: Phl Epsilon Pl: N. R. O. T. C.: Ballalior- C. P, O. 0 LLOYD FRANK MILLER, Charlollesville, Virginia: B.Ch.E.: Alpha Chi Sigma: Irigon: A. I. Ch. E.: Dean's Llsf. 0 RIDGELY DUNCAN MILLER, JR., Annislon, Alabama: Alpha Tau Omega: Lambda Pi: German Club: Glee Club Manager, l943: Managing Edilor, College Topics, I944: College Topics, l94I, 43, 43, 44: Gles Club I9-13-44: PI Della Epsilon: Corks and Curls I943-44. 0 WILLIAM WAVERLY MILLER, JR., Reading, Pennsylvania: B.M.E.: Thela Chi: Theta Tau: Soccer Team. L. D. MILLER L. F. MILLER R. D. Ml LER W. W. MILLER MORGAN I MOSS l84l MURRAY NEWMAN NICODEMUS O JOHN WILLIAM HENRY MORGAN, Ewing, Virginia, B.S., M.D., Phi Beta Pi. O JOHN LANGDON MOSS, Hilton Village, Virginia, B.S., M.D., Theta Chi, Phi Beta Pi. 0 SAMUEL H. MURRAY, Hagerstown, Maryland, B.A., University Band and Orchestra, Boxing Team. O LEWIS BENTCN NEWMAN, Arlington, Virginia, B.A., Dean's List, Intermediate Honors, College Topics, Varsity Soccer I94l, Varsity Boxing I942, I50 pound Football l742. 0 KENT C. NICODEMUS, JR., Walkersville, Maryland, B.S., Alpha Chi Sigma, Dean's List, College Topics. 0 CARDWELL CAMDEN NUCKOLS, Portsmouth, Virginia, B.A., M.D-: Phi Chl. 0 JOHN J. O'CONNELL, Terre Haute, Indiana, B.A., LL.B., President of Law School, Sigma Nu Phi. I WILLIAM WHITEHURST OLD, III, Norfolk, Virginia, B.A., Pi Kappa Alpha, Nu Sigma Nu, Intermediate Honors, Raven, Jab- berwock, College Topics, Phi Beta Kappa. 0 HAROLD V. PALMER, Erwin, Tennessee, B.A., M.D., Phi Beta Pi. O LOREN F. PARMLEY, JR., B.A., Falls Church, Virginia, M.D., Sigma Phi Epsllon, Phi Chl, Raven, Daan's List, Intermediate Honors: Board of Arbitration I940-4l, Dagger Society, Jefferson Society. 0 ROBERT WACKER PATERSON, Columbus, Ohio, B.S. in Com- merce, Sigma Phi Epsilon, President University Field Club l94l-42, Office Manager University Christian Association, Counselor in Dormi- tories, Alpha Kappa Psi. l55l 1 The nose tells. NUCKOLS O'CONNELL OLD PALMER PARMLEY PATERSON ll' g 7 5 P l H A HP IE IITS 0 SAMUEL RANDOLPH PENN, Roanoke, Virginia: B.A.: Phi Beta Pi: Dagger Society: Virginia Players: Dean's List. 0 P, B. PEYTON, Charlottesville, Virginia: Engineering Degree. 0 JAMES C. QUARLES, Charlottesville, Virginla: B.A., LL.B.: Vice- President of Law School. 0 J. SCOTT RAWLINGS, Richmond, Virginia: B.S.: Pi Kappa Alpha: Vice President Scarab: University Center: Student Assembly. 0 EMMETT F. REESE, Ill, Courtland, Virginia: B.A.: Alpha Tau Omega: Phi Beta Pi: Dean's List: Assistant Manager Boxing Team l943. 0 BRUCE D. REYNOLDS, JR., Charlottesville, Vlrginia: B.S.: Skull and Keys: l50 pound Football I94l-42: Secretary Junior Cabinet l940-41: Senior Cabinet l94l-42: Assistant News Editor College Topics: Student Senate: Student Assembly l942-43: University Center I942-43. 0 DONALD RILEY, New Canaan, Connecticut: B.S.: Pl Kappa Alpha: Alpha Kappa Psi. PENN Pevrou oumues Mwuuss Reese REYNOLDS RILEY RISH ROBINSON ROSENBERG RUMBI-E RUNYON l85l O BENITO B. RISH, Mexico Clty, Mexico: B.S.: Raven Society: Intermediate Honors: Dean's List: Varsity Soccer Team: Fencing SCIUBCI: University Symphony Orchestra: Student Concert Committee: Jefferson Society: College Topics. I JOSHUA LOWELL ROBINSON, Luray, Virginia: B.S.: Alpha Epsilon Pl: Intermediate Honors: Dean's List: Debating Team: Delta Sigma Rho: lntertraternity Council: Student Assembly. 0 MILTON LEWIS ROSENBERG, Morristown, New Jersey: B.A.: Jefferson Society: Debating Team: Dean's List: International Rela- tions Club. O HARRY HAMILTON RUMBLE, Virginia Beach, Virginia: B.A.: Kappa Alpha. 0 ROBERT ESTEN RUNYON, Dunellen, New Jersey: B.A.: Sigma NUI Alpha Kappa Psi: Skull and Keys: Tennls Manager I943. 0 JAMES EDWARD SANDRIDGE, Charlottesville, Virginia: B.A.: Glen Club l942-44: Dean's List: B. S. U.: ll. T. U. O ROBERT A. SCHUMACHER, Stamford, Connecticut: B.A. 9 NORMAN D, SCHWARTZ, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: B.A.: Pi Lambda Phi: lntarfraternlty Council: College Topics: First Year Tennis: Dean's List. 0 DONALD B. SCOTT, Baltimore, Maryland: B.A.: Delta Tau Delta: Alpha Kappa Psi: Lacrosse Team. 0 ROBERT D. SEILER, Farmington, Michigan: B.A.: Alpha Tau Omega: Freshman Football: Varsity Football l'74l-42-43: "V" Club: Lambda Pi: "Z": P. K. Society: T. l. L. K. A.: Captain Varsity Football I943. I ROBERT PAUL SHAY, New York, New York: B.S.: Sigma Nu: Beta Gamma Sigma: Skull and Keys: Dean's Llst: Intermediate Honors: Field Club: Varsity Tennis I94l-43: First Year Tennis I940-4l: Varsity Baseball l943: Varsity Football I943. l97l FOR .fx-,,,v:s?-ai From Monday on, for some. SANDRIDGE SCHUMACHER SCHWARTZ SCOTT SEILER SHAY , alilliii.- 0 ROBERT W. SJOGREN, Blacksburg, Virginia: B.S., M.D.g Phi Chig Dean's Lisf. Q DeWIT'I' SKINNER, Great Neck, New York: B. E. E., A. I. E. E.: Virginia Engineering Review, Trigong I. R. E. 0 EDWARD CUTRER SMITH, Ailania, Georgia: B.A.g College Topics l94Ig Firsi Year Social Commiilee. . l Q EMERSON WARFIELD SMITH, Henderson, Keniuckyg B. M. E.: J" Trigonp Tau Beia Pig Raven Socieiyg A. S. M. E. H' I i . s ,qu Q Qi S D " i - " J-aww' , Eiga, f , 0 GEORGE P. SMITH, Cape Charles, Virginia, B.S. in Chemisiryg 1 I V I A X ' ' Alpha Chi Sigmag Dean's Lisig Ediiorial Board of Moiive. ... - , - L I ,. ' f . N1 Y7 0 TIMOTHY LAWRENCE smim, chafioiiasviiia, virginia, a.A. 'A ' f wiih Honorsg Glee Club l940-4I, l94l-425 Debating Team I94I-42, gi? ,c . i Manager i942-43g lrilermediafe Honorsg Raven Soclefy. 0 THOMAS M. STOKES Louisville, Keniuckyg B.S. in Archiieciureg ' Delia Kappa Epsilon, lnierfraierniry Council: Vice Presidenf I944: Governinq Board, P. K. Sociefyg Lambda Pig Scarab: Board of Direclors, Corks and Curls. SJOGREN SKINNER E. C. SMITH E. W. SMITH G. P. SMITH T. L. SMITH STOKES STROTHER STULL A. P. TAIT C- D- TAIT. JR. TALBOT i881 0 E. FRENCH STROTHER, JR., Garden City, Long Island, New York! B.A., Sigma Phi Epsilon, College Topics l940-42, News Editor l942, Skull and Keys. I WILLIAM MORRIS STULL, Johnstown, Pennsylvania, B.A., Theta Delta Chi, Glee Club, I940-44, Pi Delta Epsilon, Alpha Kappa Psi. 0 ALEXANDER P. TAIT, Wilmington, Delaware, B.S. in Commerce, Alpha Kappa Psi, Dean's List. 0 COLUMBUS DOWNING TAIT, JR., Chester, Virginia, B.A., Raven SDCIBIYI Sports Editor, College Topics, Pi Delta Epsilon, Glee Club, l942-43, Track Team, l94I-43, Intermediate Honors, Dean's List, Phi Beta Kappa. 0 PHILIP MELVILLE TALBOT, JR., East Falls Church, Virginia, B-A-I Sigma Nu, Glee Club, Phi Beta Kappa. 0 HENRY PORTERFIELD TAYLOR, JR., Walkerton, Virginia, B.S. in Chemistry, Alpha Tau Omega, Dean's List, Intermediate Honors, Raven Society, Lambda Pi, First Year Cross Country, l939, First Year Track, l940, Varsity Cross Country, l940, Co-Captain, l94l, Va"5lfY Track, l74l, Glee Club, Librarian. 0 BERKLEY BRYCE THORNTON, Schoolfield, Virginia, B.S. 0 JAMES ROBERT THROWER, JR., Arlington, Virginia, B.M.E., Theta Tau, Dean's List. 0 WILLIAM M. TIMBERLAKE, University, Virginia, B.S. in Com- merce, Zeta Psi, Golf Team, I942, Alpha Kappa Psi, Manager of Basketball, Secretary of the College, Skull and Keys, German Club, T. I. L. K. A., "V" Club, O. D. K., Honor Committee, Dean's List. O WILLIAM THOMPSON TRADER, Sonyea, New York, B.A., Base- ball, l942-43. 0 JOHN R. TROXELL, New York, New York, B.S., M.D., Phi Beta Pi, I89l FDR Gee, I passed. TAYLOR THORNTON THROWER TIMBERLAKE TRADER TROXELL 'T HPPLICHIITS WAHL WAITE WALSH 0 ROBERT H. WAHL, B.A., Wilmington, Delaware, LL.B. 0 HARRISON WAITE, Ill, Greenwood, Virginia, B.M.E. 0 CHARLES M. WALSH, III, Crue, Virginia, B.S., M.D., Pi Kappa Alpha, 'Omicron Delta Kappa, Captain, Varsity Baseball, l942, "V" Club, I740-4l-42, "Z", Dean's List, Captain, Freshman Baseball, l939, Dagger Society, Dormitory Counsellor, i940-42: Wesley Club, Lambda Pi, T. l. L. K. A., Nu Sigma Nu, Secretary Medical School, I94l-42, President of Third Year Medical Class, l94l-42, Member Dormitory Directors, l94l-42, Summer Quarter Players, l939, German Club. 0 DAVID SINCLAIR WELLS, Green Farms, Connecticut, B.S. in Commerce, Freshman Tennis, College Topics, Corks and Curls, Audio-Visual Center Manager, Athletic Manager, Alpha Kappa Psi. 0 DANIEL G. WHEELER, Charlottesville, Virginia, B.S., University Christian Association, I942, Glee Club, I94I-44. 0 WALTER DEXTER WHITEHEAD, JR., Newport News, Virginia, B.S. in Chemistry, Alpha Tau Omega, Dean's Llst, Intermediate Honors, Raven Society. WELLS WHEELER WHITEHEAD WHITLOCK WHITMORE WIMBROW WINCHESTER WITT WOOD l90l O LEE E. WHITLOCK, JR., Norfolk, Virginia, B.S., M.D. 9 JOHN WHITMORE, Colonial Heighls, Virginia, B.M.E., Thefa T502 Vice President Engineering School, Honor Commillee. O WILLIAM R. WIMBROW, Machipongo, Virginia, B.M.E., Thela Tau! Tau Bela Pi, Omicron Della Kappa, Raven Society, Pi Delia Evsilong A. S, M. E., Edllor, Virginia Engineering Review, 0 DEAN S. WINCHESTER, Reading, Massachuselts, B.E.E. 0 EDWARD CAMDEN WITT, Charloliesville, Virginia, B.E.E., A. I. E. E. O FREDERICK STARR WOOD, Redding, Connecllcul, B.Ch.E., Thela Chi, Alpha Chi Sigma, Trigon, A.I.Ch.E., Engineering Coun- CII! Glee Club, Universily of Virginia Avialion Club, Universily Chrislian Association. O WEST P. WOODBRIDGE, JR., Brookline, Massachusells, B.S. in Economics, Sigma Nu, Lambda Pi, Firsl Year Tennis Team, l940-4I, Varsily Tennis Team, l94l-43, Varsiiy Baseball, l942-43, Universily Field Club, Dean's Lisl. O JOSEPH A. WORTHINGTON, Bradley Beach, New Jersey, B.A., D96n's Lisl, ISO Pound Foolball. 0 J. BERNARD WYCOFF, JR., Washingion, D.C., B.A., Phi Kappa PSI? Corks and Curls, i940-43, Lambda Pi, P. K. Society, Freshman Foolball, Varsify Foolball, Freshman Boxing, Glee Club. O WILLIAM LASSITER YOST, Roanoke, Virginia, B.S. in Chemislry, Alpha Chi Sigma, Jefferson Socielyg Jabberwock Sociely. O MILLARD DAVIS ZEISBERG, Wilminglon, Delaware, B.Ch.E., T511 Bela Pi, Trigon, Alpha Chi Sigma, Raven Sociefy, A. I. Ch. E., Eflqlneerinq Review, Physics lnslruciorship. O GORDON KEMPER ZIRKLE, New Markel, Virginia, B.A., Dean's Lisl, lnlermediafe Honors. i911 I can'+ undersiand why we have lo prove BoyIe's Law. I believe il. WOODBRIDGE WORTHINGTON WYCOFF I YOST ZEISBERG ZIRKLE rue nernnrmenr or nw William Acquilla Allen Auslin Shaw Ashley Mrs. Beniamin Baker, Jr. Roberl Clifford Barclay, Ill 'l'Paul Dryden Barns, Jr. Kennelh Marquardl Beaver Lawrence Allen Belcher iliRober+ Leslie Boyd Evans Vaughn Brewsler lMissl Barbara Burlon Orbin Floyd Carler, Jr. Joseph Calvilf Clarke, Jr. Chesler Joseph Clandon, J William Paul Complon Avery Banks Cousins, Jr. Kennelh H. B. Cudmore George Morrison Curlin lMissl Cynlhia Slair Dalrymple iliEnl'ered fall lerm I943. 'l'En'rered summer lerm I943. ililMissl Belly Blair Denif 'l'John Buchanan Dragoo 'l'lMissl Helen Elizabelh Ewell ililMissl Sylvia Faulkner iliLeonard l. Frank 'l'Thomas Gilmer Weslon Harris Grimsley iliChris+ian Donald Gulmann David Harlfield, Jr. ililMissl Belly Blair Haynsworlh Ralph Isaac Heikkinen Alfred Marriner Hickman iliFrederick Sfaunlon Hill 'l'Alexander Rulherfoord Holmes Henry Evans Howell, Jr. lMissl Emma Louise lrwin Arlhur E. Koch Jules Admer Korner, lll Lawrence Alba Livingslon l92l l 'i'Wal'ler Moore McClelland John Conrad Meyerholz, Jr. iliRoberl Melcalfe Musselman Eduardo Manuel Negron John Joseph O'Connell Jame Cliv Quarles 'l'Carroll Daniel Rea 'l'Harry Hamilfon Rumble, ll James Pafrick Ryan 'l'Carson Traflon Seavey lMissl Hazel Marshall Slerrell Frank Lillie Thomas Joseph Berchman Uniacke, Jr. Roberl Herman Wahl John Clinlon Wood Mrs. E. J. P. Zimmerman E. J. P. Zimmerman 'l'Gordon Kemper Zirkle .5-. -,fn , . I ,.- -. 1 S 1 .f IIIEDICIIL SCH00l Nalhaniel E. Adamson, Jr. Woodland W. Anderson, Jr Roberl' E. Balsley John H. Beverage lrving Bornsiein Charles B. Bray, Jr. James L. Camp, Ill Waller R. Chifwood Edward L. Cole, Jr. Charles G, Craddoclr, Jr. Courfland H. Davis, Jr. Thomas N. Davis, Ill Arfhur B. Duel, Jr. Sfanion L. Eversole, Jr. Darius Flinchum Herberf P. Friedman, Jr. Abraham J. Gabriele Charles M. Garland, Jr. Macbefh R. Gasque, Jr. John E. George Richard A. Gilberl Norman Goldfarb THIRD YEAR John R. Gregory Barry F. Hawlrins Lucius D. Hill, III Roberf L. A, Keeley Guy O, Keller, Jr. Douglas O. Kern Roberr Kinnaird, Jr. Parlier H. Lee, Jr. James W. Loynd, II Charles H. Lupion, Jr. Fred C. Maclrler Hunfer R. Mann, Jr. William B. Marbury, Jr. Carl F. Menlr John M. Mimms Beniamin F. Monrague, J Cary N. Moon, Jr. Silas M. Moorman, ll Roberl H. Morrison Alva D, Orr Harry J. Perlberg, Jr. l93l Randolph P. Pillow Sidney C. Reichman Macey H. Rosenthal lsadore Shapiro Bernard R. Siegel Morfon J. Sill: James G. Snead William P. Spencer Royal E. Siuari Daniel D. Talley, lll Gordon C. G. Thomas GraHan H. Tuclier, Jr. Graham A. Vance Jesse O, Van Meier, Jr. Charles W. Vivian William D. Wallrer Peier A, Wallenborn. Jr Joseph P. Whirfle Henry A. Wiseman, Ill John P. Wissinger Edwin S. Wysor John E. Zearfoss, Jr. EDICHL SCH00l Miller S. Allen, Jr. Melvin G. Alper Theodore A. Arias Max Baumeisler, Jr. Marshall D. Baxfer Lewis F. Bell William E. Bloomer Roberf S. Boyd Franlrlin T. Buchanan Ann Bullerworlh William D, Buxfon Samuel H. Carler Charles L. Croclrell Dahar Cury, Jr. Willaer R, Ellis, Jr. Francis W. Filzhugh, William C. Fleming Charles l. Fuller, Jr. Don A. Gaddis Marlin E. Gallagher, SECOND YEAR George B. Garis Carl W. Gollschalli Louis S. Graham Cliflon R. Gruver Herberl D. Gulliclr John P. Harloe William K. Harryman Suzanne Hayward Jacl: L. Herrell Myers H, Hiclrs Marcel J. Hornowslxi Roberl P. lrons Lewis S. Kal: William E. Kelley Herberl M. Levill' David B. Levy William D. Lewis, Jr. Leonidas R. Lilflelon, Jr. Slephen B. Longley Richard H. Lowe Edward J. Lowell. Jr. l94l David S. McKee Lawrence S. Miller Richard D. Nauman William M. Pallerson William R. Nelson Lewis G. Richards, Jr. Ralph Robbins Mason Romaine, lll Charles A, Rolhluss John H. Russell William L. Sager Edward Van Zile Scofl Millon Segal George W, Shannon Donald Shollon Haywood B. Talem, Jr. Acors W. Thom pson Thomas M. Thornhill, Jr Edwin B. Vaden Frederick V. Vance, Jr. IIIEDICHL S Frank Kimball AboH Lane Ameen Thomas Alfred Anderson Frank McFadden Blanion Paul Paine Bourially Royce Lee Brown David Slaafs Burner Gilberl' Sadler Campbell, Jr William Evereif Carier Geoffrey William Curwen Arlhur Ebberi, Jr. Waller Lee Evans, Jr. Roberi Burneif Gahagan John Alexander Gill Sam Dixon Graham George Waller Hambriclr, Jr. Gunyon Milchell Harrison Jacquelin Marshall Harrison William Henry Harrison Roberl William Harfley Wayland Jackson Hayes, Jr. Phillip Kearney Hensel Charles Wanger Herfzler Charles Cliiron Hillyer FIRST YEAR CLASS Malcolm Alexander Holliday Guy Fisher Hollifield Jack W. Hollowell Ruih Wade Holmboe Mark Edgar Holi, Jr. James Byron Hufcheson, Jr. Ausfin Taber Hyde, Jr. Eugene Rucker Johnson Homer Rodeheaver Jusiin Bernard Herman Kasinoff Hyman Charles Kessler Howard Israel Kruger Leon Moses Kruger Morris Arfhur Lambdin William James Laughner Joseph Hyman Marko John Marion McCanfs, Jr. Dennis Parfremeni McCar+y Waller Copley McLean Charles Wesley Merrill Herbert Nicholas Munhall, Jr. Phillip Fosler Lemonl Murray Lewis Benlon Newman James Harmanson Nollingham William Whilhursf Old, Ill l95l CH00l Samuel Randolph Penn Virginius Sebrell Pillman, Jr. Lula Johnson Power Roberf Lee Price Emmefl Francis Reese, Ill Roberf Legare Reeves Lynwood Wafkins Richardson Benifo Beniamin Rish ' William Henry Romm Millon Lewis Rosenberg Russell A. Sallon Roy Presion Sandidge, Jr. Joseph L. Schwarfz Charles Raymond Scolf Herberl Ralph Silverman Raymond Herberf Sfokes Paul Shafer Sfonesifer, Jr. Oscar Andres Thorup, Jr. James Addison While Roberl' Bocock Wilkins Charles Sharp Wilcox, Jr. Charles William Wilson Morfon Charles Wilson Roberl Whifelaw Wiseman ifllia gr i A iQ:. ri Q. HHUV UHDERGRHDUHTES lLef+ fo Righ+1 Firsf, Second and Third Rows: , ' J. M. Adams, Jr., M. C. Adams, R. G. Agnew, I. M. Aiken, Jr., R. C. Allison, R. W. Ayres, S. J. Bangle, B. D. Baines, Jr., J. O. Barksdale. . Four+l1, Fiffh and Sixrh Rows: ' A. E. Barnard, T. N. Barfh, Jr., W. H. Beaman, Jr., G. A. Bean, W. Beer, J. E. Bailey, Jr., W. Ben+z, J. W. Berryman, Jr., K. F. Bevan, Jr. J . Seven+l1, Eighfh and Ninfh Rows: ' R. L. Birdwell, C. Birnie, Jr., E. W. Bishop, R. W. K. Bixby, J. M. Black, J. W. Black, J. Bohan- non, C. H. Bove, C. L. Border, Jr. fLeff +o Righ+l Firsf, Second and Third Rows: ' E. W. Bowie, J. W. Boyd, Jr., J. V. Boyle R. G. Bradshaw W. P. Bradshaw, R. W. Braufi gam, W. T. Bran+ley, D. Branscum, P. D. Brewer Fourih, Fif+h and Sixih Rows: ' C. A. Broadus, I. Brodell, C. W. Brooks, L. P M. Brooks, W. H. Brown, W. R. Brown, L. G Bryan, R. C. Bryan, J. M. Buchanan. . Seven+h, Eigh+h and Ninfh Rows: ' J. G. Bun+in, L. B. Burrow, Jr., W. L. Burgen, Jr., L. D. Burne'I'+, BurneH', L. Calish, C. F. Cali- ga, R. T. Canada, R. E. A. Canova. Murray sfops one. 7 IIHUV UIIDERGRHDUHTES lLef+ +o Righfl Firs+, Second and Third Rows: ' ' J. H. Casey, R. H. Cardwell, C. C. Carlefon, A. L. Carlson, J. B. Carpenfer, Jr., W. K. Carr. R. E. Carrell, R. G. Carring+on, B. N. Car-+er. Fourfh, Fif+h and Sixlh Rows: ' J. M. Carier, P. S. Carfer, G. S. Chambers. N. F. Charland, C. C. Chifwood, H. L. Chodosh, I. Clarke, J. W. Clarkson, A. J. Clay. Seven+h, Eigh+h and Nin+h Rows: ' E. B. Clerk, R. P. Coclxe, R. S. Cofer, Jr., L. Cohen, J. Coleman, R. Coleman, J. B. Cowles, Jr., W. B. Crenshaw, E. W. Crossan, Jr. iLef+ fo Righfi Firsf, Second and Third Rows: ' R. Cro'H'y, V. Cummings, J. H. Curl, M. O Dailey, W. B. Daily, C. R. Dalfon, Jr., H. G. Dash iell, A. B. Davies, Jr., R. B. Davies. Four+h, Fifih and Sixfh Rows: ' A. J. Davis, J. B. Davis, J. W. Davis, L. F. Davis L. L. Davis, M. F. Davis, Jr., R. L. Davis, T. D Davis, W. D. Davis. Sevenih, Eighfh and Ninfh Rows: ' B. M. DeBusky, H. C. Decker, W. C. Deekens J. A. DeLozier, R. M. DeLozier, P. L. Dennisfon J. C. De+amore, G. A. Deiwaler, C. W. Devier They got if. l in , , , I Fl "'f'fiu--.- ww fl Ill' l Fm 4 , ' Wi Q I -r A . u i. . . U , ' Q '-V' HHUV UHDERGRHDUHTE5 lLef+ +o Righ+l Firsf, Second and Third Rows: ' C. J. Diefriclc, E. R. Dillard, E. M. Dixon, E Dodge, J. M. Doub, C. M. Drummond, H. C. Duer J. O. Edmundson, J. P. Edwards. . Four+l1, Fiflh and Six+l1 Rows: ' T. R. Egan, A. F. Eisenman, J. P. Elkins, R. T. EllioH, Jr., J. M. Eslcin, C. S. Esfer, J. P. .,Eus+er, W. Evans, W. L. Falk, Jr. U Sevenlh, Eiql1+l'1 and Ninlh Rows: ' J. P. Fechler, J. A. Fee, J. W. Ferguson, E. P. Ferguson, S. H. Ford, J. M. Fraley, E. Friedman. Jr., L. Fuller, E. S. H. Green, Jr. lLef+ +o Righij Firsf, Second and Third Rows: ' S. W. Griffin, G. E. Grimball, R. M. Gruin, O. A. Ginanniny, D. W. Gibb, T. R. Gibson, B. Gins- berg, L. M. Goidsfein, R. E. Golub. G Four+l1, FiHl'1 and Sixih Rows: ' E. M. Green, J. O. Green, T. J. Green, R. C. Green, Jr., J. E. Hale, A. Hall, R. F. Hail, C. E. Hamm, J. B. Hammer++. C Seven+l'1, Eigh+h and Ninih Rows: ' J. R. Hanicins, J. F. Hanson, K. C. Harder, Jr. J. M. Harper, W. Harring'I'on, Jr., L. Harrison B. Har+, D. C. Hauic, A. W. Hawkins. I Think I am going 'io faini. X A L-L x fir HRW UIIDERGRHDUIITES '!""u'v-!-- lLef+ +o Riglwfl Firs+, Second and Third Rows: H ' H. C. Hawfhorne, C. E. Haymalcer, N. A. Heck, W. C. Hedger, J. M. Helm, R. Helmus, R. E. Herd, T. G. Hereford, L. H. Higgins. ' Four+l1, Fif+l1 and Six'rl1 Rows: ' F. G. Hilbislw, S. P. Hileman, R. Hines, W. R. Hi+cl1ens, P. J. Holden, R. J. Holland, T. S. Hollis, M. O. HoH', A. L. Howe. U Sevenfh, Eigh+l1 and Nin+l'1 Rows: '.E. M. Hubbard, T. P. Hughes, H. G. Huffman, A. C. Hun+, N. S. lreland, R. B. lsenhour, J. W. Jackson, N. W. Jacobs, P. R. James. fLef+ +o Righ+l Firs+, Second and Third Rows: ' F. Jacobson, R. F. Jareclce, P. J. Jensen, Jr. C. W. Jennings, F. D. Jerome, Jr., C. J. Jessee S. W. Johnson, Jr., L. R. Jones, H. D. Kahn. Q Fourih, Fifih and Sixih Rows: ' W. Kan+or, R. C. Kay, B. Kellan, C. H. Ken- nedy, Jr., W. M. Kerfoof, O. O. Kessing, Jr., R D. Kilpairick, R. G. Kindred, E. King, Jr. Sevenfh, Eighih and Ninih Rows: ' E. Kochan, E. H. Kolcum, C. T. Kosbab, Jr. R. H. Kreiger, J. D. Kreis, K. K. Krogh, D. Kruesch C. E. Kuldell, C. M. Lane. Pre-quiz, hof dope. Po J' N Q 'f"'v.-1 V A " W g. . -m ..,,e .- W' ...LF 1 : ,h., a:g , C...-.lil ' IIHUV UIIDERGRHDUFITES lLef+ +0 Rig!-:+I Firs+, Second and Third Rows: 4 ' J. P. Lane, J. H. Lapp, J. E. Laubach, C. H Leafherbury, Jr., R. F. H. Leclere, D. E. Lee, M W. Lehman, I. C. Liebrand, F. N. Lewis. . i Fourfh, Fif+h and Sixilw Rows: ' N. E. Lilly, D. D. Linglebock, R. M. Li++Ie, R. H. Logan, H. C. Loref, C. E. Lycia, R. A. McAIlis+er, W. E. McBra+ney, G. McBride. . Sevenih, Eighfh and Ninfh Rows: ' K. C. McCormick, J. S. McCoy, S. H. McCoy, E. O. McCue, E. O. McCu+chen, J. C. McDonald, J. McDonald, J. McKee, H, F. McKenzie. lLefl +o Righll Firsf, Second and Third Rows: ' J. Mcln+osl1, J. F. McMillan, T. R. McNamara W. P. Maddy, C. H. Marlcel, Jr., T. W. Mark wood, N. M. Marrs, R. C. Marshall, H. E. Masen gill, Jr. Four+l1, Fifih and Sixlh Rows: ' G. B. Massey, W. C. Malheney, L. P. Maupin D. S. Meaden, R. B. Meadow, A. C. Melervey Jr., W. A. Mendyka, R. B. Meriwe+l1er, R. M Milford. Sevenllm, Eiglwflw and Ninllr Rows: ' G. B. Miller, G. L. Miller, O. L. Miller, P. A Miller, J. M. Mills, C. L. Minor, P. Minor, W. F Minor, A. D. Moon. Grab a slide rule and lel's go. if js In A It " is? 1 jf nf . if J ! ,B O ,4.,,' HHUV UHDERGRHDUHTES fLef+ +o Righ+l Firsi, Second and Third Rows: ' G. L. Moore, J. F. Moore, R. Moore, V. A. Moore, W. P. Morgan, D. H. Morris, J. W. Mor- rison, M. H. Mosser, D. F. Moylan. . Fourih, Fiffh and Six+h Rows: ' R. J. Muller, I. W. Mummer'I', F. F. Nazor, R. P. Neal, C. J. Neal, J. I. Nevins, W. B. Norfhan, S. A. Noffingham, B. S. Nussbaum, Jr. . Sevenfh, Eigi1+h and Nin+h Rows: ' S. P. Oas+, J. D. Odell, Jr., J. W. Old, Ill, C. Owens, D. Owens, W. E. Pace, G. M. Parker, Jr., M. L. Payne, F. Peake. lLefl' +0 Righ+l Firs+, Second and Third Rows: ' H. L. Pearce, J. H. Pearson, R. C. Pearson, T. B. Perry, T. J. Perry, E. Peiers, J. B. Phillips, R. H. Phillips, M. Pierce. Fourfh, Fif+h and Sixih Rows: ' W. D. Pi++, H. B. Poiler, W. Purnell, J. O. Pui- nam, H. J. Quinn, H. Rambo, G. D. Rawls, J. G. Rawles, F. A. Reagan. Sevenih, Eigh+h and Ninih Rows: ' J. R. Reece, J. W. Reimer, E. W. Reisinger, R. A. Repass, S. H. Revis, T. B. Reynolds, R. W. Rich- ard, A. L. Richardson, F. R. Richmond. Wha+'s This 'Five poinrs off for no locker number? , Jillilr-- , Jill. J 4, Q IMI I Q 'g l Illlifill P ' 4, ri ,V f .I .vnr t ,7," ! JQ Q HHUV UHDERGRHDUHTES lLef+ +o Righ+1 Firsf, Second and Third Rows: ' H. Riggs, R. Roberrs, M. A. Robinson, J. B. Rogers, R. Rogers, Jr., J. W. Rohn, W. B. Rose, J. Rosenbloom, W. P. Ross. . Four+h, Fiffh and Sixih Rows: ' R. M. Rosser, D. A. Russell, J. P. Rufledge, C. H. SackeH', E. P. Sacks, J..L. Sanders, W. G. Sar- rell, J. Scannell, M. L. Schalzberg. Q Sevenlh, Eighfh and Ninfh Rows: ' M. Schiff, P. Schuyler, Jr., M. M. Schwariz, M. J. Schwiffers, L. J. Scinlo, H. B. ScoH', R. W. ScoH', W. M. Sewell, P. A. Shaaff. lLef'r +0 Rigl'1+T Firs+, Second and Third Rows: ' S. H. Sheimhouse, E. B. Shellenberger, A. L. Shel- fon, W. M. Sheppe, Jr., W. M. Shirey, B. H. Shu- man, A. N. Sills, R. T. Simms, l. H. Siris. Four+h, Fiffh and Sixih Rows: ' J. Smi+h, J. C. Smi+h, J. T. Smi+h, L. O. Smi+h, Q. R. Smi+I1, W. F. Smi+h, N. K. Sneed, Ill, E. B. Snyder, R. Sofield. Seven+l1, Eighfh and Nin+l'1 Rows: ' E. F. Sommer, D. H. Spicker, W. H. Spear, J R. Spruhan, S. S'rern, R. I. Sfewarf, N. Sfockinger J. B. Siuling, W. W. Sfulfz. Affer Commons, recouperafion. T Qi? IIFIUV UIIDERGRHDUHTES lLef+ fo Rigl1+l Firs+, Second and Third Rows: ' ' T. R. Srewarl, J. B. S+olces, R. S'I'ragnell, V. E. Sfraughan, M. L. Sfrauss, R. B. Sullivan, J. J. Sum- merville, Jr., E. S. SuHle, Jr., J. H. Swan. . Four+l1, Fifth and Sixrh Rows: ' J. R. Swindler, J. H. Sydner, R. M. Talley, R. V. Terry, R. F. Thompson, W. P. Thursfon, Jr., D. W. Tibbofi, T. R. Towers, G. Trachel. . Sevenfln, Eigh+h and Ninfh Rows: ' T. A. Travis, N. H. Trosfel, C. H. Tynes, W. H. Underwood, Jr., W. L. Underwood, J. Vaamonde. P. F. Van Dreder, J. D. Varner, M. J. Vo+an. lLef+ +o Righ+l Firs+, Second and Thircl Rows: ' A. B. Wainwriglri, M. C. Wagner, R. G. Wallz, D. G. Wanner, D. Warring, Jr., D. H. Warner. Four+l1, Fiffh and Six+l1 Rows: ' E. G. Wa+son, J. C. Wafson, Jr., R. Webb, R. E. Wehrle, J. H. Weiner, T. E. Weir. Sevenfln, Eiql1'I'l'1 and Nin+l1 Rows: ' B. Weisiger, S. Wells, C. W. While, G. P. While, J. T. Whi+e, H. E. Wibberley. And fhen when Lyle isn'+ looking you run around ii I " Q If V ,D ll lv ', if L f 7: . , - J JE: I' ' UHDERGRHDUHTES fLef+ +o Rigl1+l Firs+, Second and Third Rows: ' J. Wilcox, Jr., T. H. Wilcox, B. O. Williams, G. R. Williams, M. L. Williams, M. T. Williams. . Fourfh, Fifih and Sixfh Rows: ' R. L. Willis, E. C. Wilson, F. C. Wilson, R. L. Wilson, E. C. Wingfield, J. Wiffsfein. Sevenfh, Eiqhih and Nin+l1 Rows: ' W. B. Wood, H. K. Woosfer, T. E. Wycoff, H. R. Yarbro, J. Yeanopoulas, S. R. Young. W. 'af' ',.9 gn SA br , 7 1 A w J 11 5 'B p, Vw . X , rhfvlg? QQ! ". H . ' A NI: F '1 49x UQ I -Q ,K W -,. , . V my 1 1 Q.. 4241 5 ' . .fy , -xx 11 ,SN . 4, ,1 1..f..4., . ,Lu , , '-f :"1Im'Tl Archibald M. Aiken, Jr. Wilbur Coleman Allen Linwood B. Anderson Jack Hamplon Arnold Harry James Baker, Jr. William M. Basham Richard P. Babyak Roberl James Bednar Roberl' W. Benneil Warren Hans Berliner Herberl C, Blumberg Frank Taylor Bly Harold Lloyd Bodner Carl L. Bollon Fielding Lewis Bowman Clifion S. Brinkley Roberi' W. Bundy Sfuari D. Campbell Edward S. Cohen James Edward Coulls J. H. Colmer Douglas H. Crockefi Richard John Davis James M. Dougherly Donald E. Draper Maurice J, Duffey Dickey S. Dunlap James P. Elkins James Carmine Feliz James Glen Ferrell Jay Baldwin Foofe, Jr. Horace E. Frefwell Carl Edward Glason Richard F. Glennon Douglas D. Goff William A. Goldback Roberl Whedon Graham Charles Kirk Graf Byron Joseph Greany Jesse Franda Griffilh Richard Hall Sidney Louis Hansen Alberi E. Harrison, Jr. William S. Harrison John D. Haxall James E. Henney Harry A. Heyden John Hollowell David M. Hulchinson G. G. Jeffries Frank L. Johnslone Julius D. Jasper Philip R. Johnsion Max Keller John J, Kennedy, Jr. John S. Kinzey John J. Kinney, Jr. Willie M. King, Jr. John Orren Koegel Roberl' R. Kollmeyer Bernard Kunko Hollis Keni' Kushman George H, Lewis William E. Luck Joseph E. Lundbeck, Jr. William F. Lyle, Jr. Frank W. Mann, Jr. Richard A. Marriner Jack B. McConnel Labren E. Mclvor, Jr. John F. Meador Roberi G, Mead Jay K. Mercer, Jr. L. H. Meizger Roberl E. Miller R. Miller Frank H. Moffelf Clarence P. Moore, Ill William P. Moore John P. Morris I 114 I Clarence J. Munsey Harry M. Murray, Jr. John Girard Murphy Harold Taylor Muse Ralph E. Odeffe Samuel S. Park Harold L. Penninglon Edgar B. Peierson Henry Clay Presfon, Jr. Carl Donald Quarforih John S. Reiihauer, Jr. Alberl' Lee Richardson Ronald P. Riley Henry H. Roberls Vincenl P. Rogers Jesse Sfanley Russell Joseph J. Ruvane Wilbur B. Seaion Ralph Hale Shamblen Francis A. Shinnamon llElU IIIEII EIITERIIIG U-12 NOVEMBER I, I943 Leonard Siegel Alec J. Slivinske Charles Lee Smilh Morlon Sollod Walfer W. Sfenger Richard F. Sfowers Roberi Allon Summers Damon G. Suiion Rodney J. Taylor Harry B. Taylor, Jr. Clarence A. Vawler Lee Wayne Wagoner Ronald H. Webb Carl William Wikman Arihur B. Willcox Thomas Howard Wiichef Richard D. Willer Charles Thompson Wolz Howard V. Yarus, Jr. RECIPIEIITS 0F IIITERIIIEDIIITE IIUIIURS Alan Barnei' Abrufyn Arfhur Earle Barnard, Jr. Louis Herman Calisch Charles Coleman Carleion Floyd Woodson Carneal William Upson Cawihon Paul Lowell Chodosh Basil Merle Debuskey William Carler Deelxens Powell Garland Dillard. Jr. Joseph Francis Dillon, Jr. 'k I943-'44 Severn Parlxer Coslin Duvall, Emory Andrew Edwards James Paul Elkins Roberi' Van Ealon Finley Roberf Allan Helmus Robert Hayward Hurf James Bare'H' Jones Leon Howard Kaplan Henry Clayton Landon, Jr. Franlrlin Knighi Lane Roberf Isaac Levy Joseph Sharp Lifileion. Jr. Roloeri' Dunn Mcllwaine, Ill 11151 J James Dunn M ason , Jr. Charles Theodore Michele Charles Launcelol Minor Theodore Ablooif Peclr, Jr. George Pedro Smifh Roberi Ivey Sfewarf Roberl Sfragnell William Warren Siullz Beniamin Boisseau Weisiger, lll Moriimer Lee Williams Edward Chrisiian Wingfield ?RA'l'1ERNlTIES AND SOCIETIES I I , I I7 I A- ! j -If IIII V fl: iff ll, 4, ZA 'Q I , .sf ,V '11, 1 '42 K 1 I I H If M I I , IIIIII' IQ? N54 III In I 44' I!! iw rv xxx -I W K X la II n N . I, If I I, I I y I I - i gm , 'XO 0 I rv ' I , If , Ig 9 , 7 'Z' f "'7!Ill ' 1 IPI 2 I I ff 45 f ff! I 7 ' , I zI lk N I I II Eg: 5 'II I I I I I vi bv I I I, I I ,. ,4 I 4 I I 1 I f IIKMIIIIIII II f BNN I I It LMI I vm I I, afvafkg, of ,glg fri If NX ,II I r I I II 'I " I II n VIII IIIWI IMI IIIIIIII. I , I fl" , f I , ff f III I 'IIN fi I NIH XX xx fl V FI f II 0 I I III I I I I I X 1 ' I N I5 N XII' x ,E 1 I I II I, II I7 I ' III Z 7 I I II, I' I I I W III JY ,I I If I I II I Kuala' WI I XI WWI XIVFWKI If! f 7 , I I 4"9sf4f I J xx-SI. 0 xfmjivv Tfflf , WI Imxg ffxx II If ,IN 'I If ff! ,ff I I f I II II,,,f 35,3 4 I I ' I NRI!! X!!! X My I IIIII III I II'II,XIfI. If i IlII1f"! ffm I , ,' I f ILL' J X 1f7777,!'W ,, ,FI I I IM I WI, . I I I I I I I MII ,WI I I 'I II I, f ' I II If II X IIN'-1'wmmffff7,f I I uhm, I , ff TW" QI L I II I If I I I I I I III ,MI Z ' I wffff, I V za! Bm!! aw, 7 i G8 I I , A? Ad -J Top Row: Burneff, Saclreff, Cofer, Gamble, Roberfs. Boffom Row: Clay, Pearson, Wilcox, Carringfon, Old. Delfa Kappa Epsilon was founded af Yale Universify in l844, and fhe Virginia Efa chapfer was esfablished in l852. Frafer in Faculfafe is: Llewellyn G. Hoxfon, B.S., M.A., Ph.D. Frafres in Urbe: Dr. Sfaige Blackford, Hedley McNeer Bowen, Edward Waffs Gamble, Jr., J. Malcolm Luck, Maynadier Mason, Frank Aubrey Massie, Roger Richard Rhineharf, Jack Rhineharf, William R. Rhineharf, III, Gus Tebell, David Joseph Wood. Acfive members in College are: Richard S. Cofer, Jr., Clifford A. Fox, Edward W. Gamble, Ill, Charles L. Minor, Charles H. Sackeff, Fred W. Schneider, Thomas H. Wilcox. Medicine: William B. Marbury, Jr. Engineering: Lucian D. Burneff, Jr., Rufus G. Roberfs, Jr. Archifecfure: Thomas M. Sfokes. lnifiafesz Allan Clay, Gray Carringfon, John Old, John Pearson. l118l - D... 1:- F--K Emmef, Fowle,Wycoff, Eager. P H I H n P P n P S I Phi Kappa Psi was founded af Jefferson College in l852, and fhe Vir- ginia Alpha Chapfer was esfablished in I853. Frafres in Faculfafe are: Richard Heafh Dabney, M.A., Ph.D.: George B. Eager, Jr., B.A., LL.B., Oscar Swineford, Jr., B.S., M.D.g John Richie, Ill, B.S., LL.B., J.S.D. Frafres in Urbe: Thomas Munford Boyd, John Hunfer Robinson, James Howe Cheek, Noah Lawfon Mahn, George Gilmer. Acfive members in fhe College: John D. Riddick, Jr., Roberf C. Green, Jr., J. Bernard Wyckoff, John W. Davis, T. Evans Wyckoff, Raleigh Minor Eager. Engineering: Wm. M. Graham. Graduafe: Alberf K. Cocke. lnifiafesz Malcolm Oliver, Beverly Roberfs, William Fowle. H191 B0 aw 3 Af af Firsi' Row: Scolf, Kindred, Boyd, Second Row: L. B T T H T n P I Bell, T. Bell, Harrison, Whillle. Third Row: Varner, Train, Chase, Fifcheif, Dalfon. Bela Thefa Pi was founded a'r Miami Universify in l839, and fhe Virginia Omicron Chapier was esfablished in l854. Fraires in Facul+a're are: Alberl J. Barlow, M.A., Ph.D.g Archibald B. Shepperson, M.A., Ph.D.g Samuel A. Miichell, M.A., Ph.D.g Hardy C. Dillard, LL.D.g William H. Faulkner, M.A, Ph.D. Fraires in Urbe: Col. E. R. W. McCabe, Col. Learius J. Owen, Dr. Charles C. Te nnan +, George E. Walker, Jr., Charles Venable Minor, Junius R. Fishburne, Cary M. Davis, Jr., E. Howard Goodwin. Ac+ive .Members in College are: John Varner, Roberi G. Kindred, Charles R. Dalfon, Jr., Claiborne W. Fi+cheH'. Medicine: Roberi Boyd, Joseph Whi++le, Jack Harrison, Thomas G. Bell, Lewis F. Bell, E. Van Zile Sco++. lniiiaiesz Tom Hodge, James Palmer, Jack Chase, and Comer Train. l120l is I- 1- 1+ Top Row: Wood, Pearce, Wilson, Underwood, Willis. Middle Row: Cardwell, Hawlrins, McBrafney, Davis. P H I H H P P H Fronf Row: Babyalx, Williams, Talley, Young, Black. Phi Kappa Sigma was founded a+ +he Universily of Pennsylvania in l850, and fhe E+a Chapler was eslablished al' +he Universify of Virginia, December 3l, l855. Fra+res in Facul+a+e: Lewis M. Hammond, Ph.D.g Oscar Underwood, George Cooper, Jr., M.D.: John M. Nolces, M.D.g McLemore Birdsong, M.D. Fraires in Urbe: Hunler Faulconer, Lyllledon W. Wood, Warren Sfone Lee, Wil- liam H. Wood, Richard Terrill Minor, Slephen R. Davenpor'l', James Drury Wood, William Henry Laird. College: Fred Young, A. W. Hawkins, Jr., Harry Lewman, John Rawles, M. Lee Williams, William E. McBra+ney, Jr., C. Donald Gulmann, Frank S. Dudley, Jr., Beniamin W. Davis, Jr., Richard Babyalc. Medicine: Daniel D. Talley, Mason Romaine. Gradua+e: Joseph G. Dinwiddie, Jr. Engineering: James M. Black. lniliafes: Richard H. Cardwell, Ill, Richard L. Willis, Jr., Waller Bruce Wood, Horace L. Pearce, Jr., Richard T. Wilson, Richard F. Barney, Oscar W. Under- wood, Ill. 'Y 121 1 SIGIIIII Al -Z 4? Firsf Row: Rohn, Falk, Canova, James, PiH. Second Row: McCloy, Wagner, Odel, Draper. The+a Del+a Chi was founded a+ Union College in I847, and 'fhe Vir- ginia Nu Chaprer was esfablished in I857. Fra+res in Facul+ai'e: A. G. A. Balz, B.A., M.A., Ph.D.: James C. Bardin, M.D.: R. F. Maxey, B.A., M.D., Ph.D.g Andrew D. Har+, M.D.: George B. Zehmer, B.S., M.A., Vincenf W. Archer, B.S., M.D.: James R. Cash, M.A., M.Dg C. F. Schwarfz, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. Frafres in Urbe: Lindsey C. Blanfon, Roberr M. Boolh, John S. Graves, Lewis Graves, Jr., Thomas Hewson, Hewson Mifchie. College: Phillip James, Wesley Rohn, William PiH, Edson H. Canova. Engineering: Leo Falk. Medicine: John H. Russell. lni+ia'res: Harold Loref, John McCloy, Leo Wagner, Jack McCoy, John Odell, Joseph Ruvane. H221 V:-.-1...- - N X- 1 1 Firsf Row: E. Fife, Summerill, Huffman, Devier. Second Row: Whife, Lane, W, Fife. Third Row: P H I G R m m n D E n Cochran, King. . Phi Gamma Delfa was founded af Jefferson College in I848, and fhe Virginia Omicron chapfer was esfablished in I858. Frafres in Faculfafe are: Harry Rogers Praff, Judge Armisfead M. Dolaie, Maior Thomas Hay Hursf Evans. Frafres in Urbe: D. M. Chalmers, T. L. Farrar, Henry Fonda, William Hildrefh, Howard Hifchcock, Beire Hopkins, Norman Kelsey, Frank Mc- Cue, Marshall Wells. Acfive members in College are: Frank Lane, Craig Whife, Chesley Decker, James A. Benfley, William P. Fife, Jr., Alberf D. King, Jr. Inifiafes: Charles W. Devier, Jr., Edward H. Fife, Joseph S. Summerill, Herberf G. Huffman. tml 45 4f 41 Firsl' Row: Perry, Harper, Repass, Reifnauer. Second Row: Hanson, Keller, Shook. Third Row: Skellon, Crockel, While. . Sigma Alpha Epsilon was founded al' +he Universily of Alabama on March 9, I856, and +he Virginia Omicron Chapfer was esfablished a+ lhe Universily of Virginia in February of I858. Frafres in FacuH'a+e are: Melvin Gardner DeChazeau, B.A., M.A., Ph.D., Gerrard Glenn, B.A., LL.B.g A+cheson Laughlin Hench, M.A., Ph.D. Fralres in Urbe: Rev. Henry Erving Balcheller, Judge Callan Brooks, Pierre Cullins, Allan Baylor Cromwell, William Earle, Charles Edward Moran, Roberf Osborne, Alberl' York. Aclive Members in College: Roberl' Keller, Roberl Shook, John Skillon, Douglas CrockeH', Tunsrall Perry, Jack Smi+h, Jerre Hanson. Pledges: Joseph Harper, Roberl' Repass, John Rei+nauer, Frank Wilson. 11241 5- .3 .5224 'Till llllllulllnwlvll fig. 5- 5- Firsl Row: Harrison, Reinhoff, Brinkley. Second Row: Waldrop, B. Carler, Hill, Towers, Todd. Third Row: n E l T n Ellioll, H. Wilson, S. Carler, D, Wilson, Grimball. The Frafernily of Delfa Psi was founded a+ Columbia College in I847. The Upsilon Chapler was founded al' +he Universily of Virginia in l859. Fralres in Facullale are: William H. While, Jr., B.A., LL.B., S.J.B., and David McCord Wrighf, Jr., LL.B., Ph.D. Fralres in Urbe are: Craig Culloerfson, Edward D. Tayloe, and Llewellyn Miller. Enrolled in lhe College are: Bar+le'H B. Todd, Louis S. Waldrop, Wiley C. Hill, George E. Grimball, Jr., Ross T. Elliol, Jr., B. Noland Carfer, ll, Henry H. Wilson, Jr., and T. Reynolds Towers. A ln Medical School are: Samuel H. Carfer Pey'l'on R. Evans, and David C. Wilson, Jr. The Pledges are: Sfanworlh Brinkley, William Reinhoff, and Jimmy Harrison. 11251 PSI N X w-If." .W L' ,, ...M Q ... " 1 1 J -11 ,-, -J Firsi' Row: Wood, Marlin, Lewis, Hill, Higgins. P H I Second Row: Phil Porier lianilorl, Dashiell, Thurslon, Williams, Wafson, Adams. Third Row: Penhale, Cook. Payne, Meaden. . Chi Phi Fra+erni+y was founded a+ Princefon Universify in I824, and +he Virginia Alpha chaprer was esfablishe-d in I859. Frafres in Facul+a+e are: Henry L. Cumming, William Allison Kepner. Fra'rres in Urbe: Hooper Kepner, William Berrian, Waller M. Cushman, James C. Twyman, Harry Frazer. Ac+ive Members in College are: Harry E. McCoy, Jr., Frank N. Lewis, Lawrence H. Higgins, Waverly Dashiell, William P. Thursion, Jr., Marfin T. Williams, Douglas Meaden, Richard F. Hall, Sfephen T. Marlin, Richard Wafson, James Wood. Engineering: James Adams, Jr., Frank Nazor, Housfon C. Duer. Pledges: James Cook, William Penhale, Lee Payne, and Harrison Pearross. l126l 11 5. ig F'rsr Ro Mclnl sh Br'ddell Yawell Tarr'cone Davis ' wr 0 . I . . l . . Weeks. Second Row: Slone, Booih, Border, Hall, S I G m n Psimas, Third Row. Hereford, Crenshaw, Vaughan, Finger, Bowie. Sigma Chi Fra+erni+y was founded a+ Miami Universify in I855. The Psi Chapfer was esfablished a+ +he Universiry of Virginia on December IO, I860. The Fraier in Faculfale is L. Thomas Roys+er, M.D. Fralres in Urbe are: L. L. Cochrell, S. H. WaHs, B.A., M.A., M.D.g George Perkins, B.A., LL.D.g W. H. Paine, Jr., J. Allen Thomas, Jr., Lynn S+ou+, William Lee. Acrive Members: John B. Dragoo, Clinion Border, J. B. Cowles, Jr., William B. Crenshaw, James Green, G. C. Hall, Roberr Logan, Charles MerriH, Jack Moore, Frederick Pederson, James Psimas, William Reisinger, Thurman Reynolds, James Srone, Rober+ Brown, William Picke++. Pledges: Roberl' Sheeis, Edward Dilliord, Hawes Yowell, Cal Davis, Graham Here- ford, Donald Weeks, James McIn+osh, William Briddell, Roger Leolers, Ernes+ Som- mer, Sal Ta rricone. I 127 1 P N H 9 P P n H l P H n Top Row: Burrow, Slanley-Brown, Selfon, Brauiigam, Brown, Jacob. Middle Row: Mclvor, Sullivan, Mac- Ilwaine, Sims, Campbell, Old. Bofiom Row: Russell, Lee, Davis, Johnson. Pi Kappa Alpha was founded ai ihe Universi+y of Virginia March I, l868. Frafres in Facul+a+e are: Francis P. Dunningion, B.S., C.E., M.E., Ph.D.: Armisfead G. Gordon, Jr., A.B., M.A., Ph.D., Charles Bruce Mor+on, ll, B.S., .M.D., John Lloyd Newcomb, B.A.. C.E., Sc.D., LL.D.g Roberl' Henning Webb, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. Frafres in Urbe: John Lewis Cochran, Jr., Archibald Douglas Dabney, John Frank EllioH', Clemenf Daniel Fishburne, William H. Flannagan, James Fendol, Burnley Graih, Llewellyn Pugh Hayden, William D. Haden, Charles T. O'Neill, John Roger Pugh, William Lawrence Smilh, Downing L. Smiih, John Shelion While, William H. L. Whi+e, M.D., Blake B. Woodson, lll, Sidney B. Waison, W. Holi' Souder. College: Roberl' W. Braufigam, Jesse T. Hudson, William A. Macllwaine, Labron E. Mclvor, Donald Riley, Ralph M. Sco'H, Roberi' T. Sims, Roberl' B. Sullivan, Richard C. Allison, Fenfon Brown, Lawrence B. Burrow, Doff Daniel, Samuel W. Johnson, Daniel Russell, Edward G. S+anley-Brown, Franklin Davis, WescoH' Jacob. Archi- +ec+ure: J. ScoH' Rawlings. Medicine: Naihaniel E. Adamson, Maurice M. Bray, William C. Barr, William C. Haden, Jr., William D. Lewis, Jr., Roberi E. McAlpine, Charles M. Walsh, Gilberf S. Campbell, William W. Old, lll. Engineering: Alex- ander McRae Cave, Preslon P. Lee. Graduaiez J. Doyle Smiih, Arihur M. Whiie- hill, Jr. lniiiaiez Aubrey L. Shelion. 11281 ,yr irl. .T.,U,4 .!.k g A . D g . , I fm ii' , ' -..:.........,.,.., I I I I I I Ni 1 u ,, ,,,-. 1- -.. -1- Firsf Row: Farber, Dr. Lewis, Timberlake. Second Row: Z E T n P S U I Coleman, Nelson, Cal in. Zera Psi was founded a+ New York Universiry in I847. Be+a Chap+er was esfablished ar +he Universify of Virginia in I868. Fraires in Urbe are: Murry Bocock, Bernard P. Chamberlain, William P. Chamberlain, Edward C. Clark, George M. Coles, W. Allen Perkins, F. Bradley Peyfon, III, Roberr Coles, Thomas P. Nelson, Cameron Duke, William R. Duke, Jr., W. Eskridge Duke, Gregory Magruder, Gordon B. Nelson, Logan M. Nelson, and Roberf Schlesinger. Fralres in FacuII'aI'e: Ivey F. Lewis, B.A., M.S., Ph.D.: B. F. D. Runk, B.S., M.S., Ph.D.g Ernes+ J. Oglesby, B.A., M.A. Acrive members in 'rhe College: Randolph Carlin, Roberi' S. Coleman, C. Brooks Farber, E. A. Mi'rcheII, William M. Timberlake. I Engineering: Avery Carlin, Edward O. McCue, Medicine: William R. Nelson. Q 11291 Firsl Row: Guy, Pilsch, Massey, Vanderbill. Second Row: Gill, Miller, Janssen, Seiler, Speer. Third Row: Whilehead, Caliqa, Taylor Fraley, Brandl. The Virginia Della Chapler of lhe Fralernily of Alpha Tau Omega was eslablished al' 'lhe Universily of Virginia on November 25, I868. The fralernify was founded in Richmond, Virginia on Seplember I I, I865. Fralres in Facullalez Roberf V. Funslen, M.D., Thomas Carrulhers, B.S.g Charles E. Henderson, Elberl Alvis Kincaid, M.D., and Norlon Prichell. Fralres in Urbe: George Barlow, Alberl' Bolling, John S. Ballle, Roger Broome. Roloerl' H. Davis, Jr., James S. Hankel, Chrislian S. Huller, Samuel L. Lee, John Ryon, James Lyle. In College: Bruce G. Cornell, W. Dexler Whilehead, Charles F. Caliga, Roger D. Fraley, C. Gerald Kirven, Henry P. Taylor, William F. Smi'l'h, John .Mac Fraley, Ridgely D. Miller, Jr., Curlin R. Coleman, Howard W. Vanderbill, Boi: Seiler. In Medical School are: John A. Gill, Charles G. Craddock, and Thomas Thornhill. In Engineering School are: Richard M. Brandi, Benno Janssen, Jr., and Ward H. Speer. In Graduale School is: Frank L. Hereford. The Pledges are: Morgan Massey, Briscoe Guy, Paul Irwin, and Frank Pilsch. Il30l Af ,, T' i- L- Firsf Row: Neale, Hughes, Lane. Second Row: Greene, Hoyf. The Zeia Chapier of fhe Kappa Sigma Fra+erni+y was 'Founded af ihe Universify of Virginia, December IO, I869. The war has reduced ifs members +o four aciive members and +wo ini+ia+es. ' Frafres in 'rhe Facul+a+e are George Oscar Ferguson, B.A., M.A., Ph.D.: William Wiri Waddell, M.D.g Richard Cecil Garlick, B.A., M.A., Ph.D.: FIe+cher Woodward, M.D.g James Souihall Wilsen, B.A., M.A., Ph.D., LL.D,g E. R. Slaughier, B.S.g Thomas Carly Johnson, Jr., B.A., M.A,: Dudley Crawford Smiih, M.D.g Frederick Deane Ribble, M.A., LL.B.: John Howe Yoe, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. Fraires in Urbe are: C. Bernard Bailey, Edwin Copenhaver, LyHon Waddell, Gordon Smi+h, Lemuel F. Smiih, Clay E. Delauney, Rev. W. R. Mason, LyH'le+on Jones, T. L. Wafson, J. R. Wingfield, Jr. In 'rhe College are: Willis'T. Hoy'r, Walier Newman, and Edward Greene. In Law School is: J. G. Korner. ln Engineering School are: Thomas P. Hughes, C. J. Neale, Charles Willis, and Fred Jerome. lnifiaies are: Vicior H. Esch, Nelson Sills, and Chan Lane. ll31I 5 - Firsf Row: Holi, Thompson, Hall, Casey, Warring. Second Row: Carlelon, Mlller, Wanner, Livingslon, Slrahl. Third Row: Bryanl, Wherle, Slullz, Elllol, Wllllams, Fuller. Fourlh Row: Carleson, Neighbors, Wilson, Eacho, Anderson, Smllh. Sigma Nu was founded al Virginia Mililary lnslilule in I860 and 'rhe Bela Chapler was eslablished al 'rhe Universily of Virginia in I870. Fralres in Facullale are: Richard Flelcher, Chapin Jones, Lawrence Lee. Fralres in Urbe are: E. l. Carrulhers, F. B. Grinnell, D. F. Lane, P. C. Ma'HhewS. H. S. Marlin, E. M. Nash, Charles Smilh, H. S. Turner. ln 'lhe College are: Wesl Woodbridge, Fred Williams, Roberl Shay, Bill S'l'rahl, W. Slullz, C. Carlefon, Don Wanner, F. Davidson, P. TalboH', Bob Runyon, Warren Elliof, W. Eacho, R. Wherle, Bruce Bailey, L. Bryon, Charles Smilh, Jack Hehn, A. Carlson. In Medical School are: Thomas Anderson and Herberl Munhall. In Engineering School is: Laurence Fuller. In Law School is: Laurence Livingslon. The iniliales are: A. Hall, R. Thompson, J. Casay, R. Holl, D. Warring. H321 3 ui I 1 1 Firsl Row: Addinglon, Dillard, Laughlin, Marshall, Duffy. Second Row: Weisiger, Evans, Deal, N. Davies, Richards, R. Davies. Third Row: Marrow, Moore, Bullerworlh, T. Davies, Oasf, Cass. The Lambda Chapfer of lhe Kappa Alpha Order was eslablished al- +he Universily of Virginia in l873. The Order was founded al-Washinglon College in l865. Fralres in Facullafe are: Ar+hur Kyle Davis, Jr., B.A., M.A., B.Li'l'I'., Ph.D.: Francis Johnson Dulce, B.S., Arch., M.S., Ph.D.g John Calvin Melcalfe, B.A., M.A., Li'l"l.D., LL.D.: Waller Alexander Monigomery, B.A., Ph.D.g Charles Pal-lerson Nash, B.S., LL.B. Fralres in Urlae are: Waller S. Chisholm, Jack E. Early, Thomas Filzhugh, Thomas P. Grasly, D. A. Greene, Henry W. Jackson, A. M. Keilh, Auslin D. Kilharn, W. F. Long, L. S. Macon, Thomas Peylon, Walson Sadler, Edwin S. Sweeney, S. L. William- son, and John R. Woods. ln lhe College are: Charles E. Bulferworlh, Arlhur B. Davis, Marvin B. Moore, Nelson G. Richards, C. Taylor Marrow, Richard Cass, Richard F. McPherson, Nicholas E. Davies, Griffin B. Deal, and Warren E. Evans. ln Medical School are: Beniamin B. Weisiger, Russell Sallon, William P. Spencer, and Rea Parker. Q ln Engineering School are: Richard B. Davies and Charles F. Pie'l'sch. ln Law School is: Harry H. Rumble. The ini'l'iales are: Phil P. Scroggs, Maurice J. Duffy, John Dillard, Richard Marshall, Gus Addinglon, and James Laughlin. The Pledges are: Buddy Thomas and William Trueharl. H331 X I -1 Z Firsf Row: Dennisfon, Hedger, Lyde, Lafchum, Helmus. Second Row: Sewell, Young, While, Aiken. The Befa Chap+er of +he Phi Del+a The+a Frafernify was esfalalishecl a+ +he Universi'ry of Virginia, November, I873. The fra+erni+y was founded ai' Miami Universily on December 26, I848. The Frafres in Facul+a're are: William Edward Bray, M.A., M.D.: Hal- slead S. Hedges, B.S., M.A., M.D.: Henry B. Mulholland, B.A., M.D. A+ presenl in +he College are: Bill Broden, Henry La+chum, Donald Banks, Ned Hedger, Seymore Young, Bill Sewell, lsaac Aiken, George Whi+e, Phil Dennis+on, and Glen Miller. ln Medical School is Oscar Thorup. I134I F- Firsf Row: Tynes, Bryan, Haxall. Second Row: Brug- mann, Scannell, Slrofher, Paferson. Third Row: Mur- 9 ray, Foul, Bevan, Horlensiine. Sigma Phi Epsilon was founded a+ Richmond College, I90I, and 'rhe Virginia Era chapfer was esfablished a+ +he Universi+y in l906. Fraires in Facul+a+e are: William A. Lambe+h, M.D., Ph.D.g Francis G. Lankford, B.A., Ph.D.g John A. Rorer, B.A., M.A.: Richard A. Meade, B.A., M.A.: John Levi Manahan, B.S., M.A., Ph.D. Frarres in Urbe: Sruarl' Barksdale, Alfred S. Dulaney, James S. Hawkins, Hugh M. Hawkins, John Kennan, William C. Por+er. Ac+ive members in College: Kennefh F. Bevan, Jr., Archer K. Blood, William Brugmann, Jr., Thomas J. Green, Thomas A. Jaclca, Roberr W. Pa+erson, Joseph Scannell, E. French S+ro+her, Jr., Jerome K. Valldeiuli. Engineering: Rober+ A. Gurley, Rober+ Bryan. Medicine: M. David Baxfer, Waller C. Filzgerald, Louis S. Graham, Clif'I'on R. Gruver, Benjamin F. Monfague, Loven F. Parmley. Pledges: Jack Murray, William J. Fowl, Henry Hor+ens+ine, Jerry Haxall, James MiraglioH'a, Edward Hubbard, lvan M. Mar+y, Paul F. Van Order, Taylor G. Seal, Charles Tynes. 11351 EPSILDII I I Nm! N J DELTII PHI J Del+a Phi was founded ai' Union College in I827. Rho Chap+er was es+ablished ai' +he Universiry of Virginia on December 5, I907. Frafres in Urbe are: William T. Hamm, Harry A. George, David Ellis Brown, Trueman M. Dobson. Ac+ive members in +he College: John Camblos, Carl A. Broaddus, ll, Beal S. Rogers, Richard E. Williams, Lawrence W. Viles, William R. Milford. H361 - W' V.. .J ,- Baci: Row: Sanders, Burneif, Jesse, Wood, Kreis. Fronf T H E T n t H I M M Row: orris. inor. The Thefa Chi Fra+erni+y was 'Founded ai' Norwich Universiiy on April IO, I856. The Xi Chapier was esfablished a+ ihe Universiiy of Virginia on January 26, l9I3. The Fraier in Facul+a+e is: Wilson Gee, Ph.D. The Fraires in Urbe are: Henry E. Belf, Randolph Bruce, and Louie Scribnelc. The members are: Edward R. Berry, Gordon K. BurneH', Jaime H. Fon+, Ernesi F. Jessee, Jr., William W. Miller, John P. Morris, Roberi' H. Mor- rison, Maihew C. Ryan, Jr., Roy P. Sandidige, Jr., Frederick S. Wood, Thomas A. Kirk, Philip L. Minor. lni'ria'res are: John D. Kreis and Jerrell L. Sanders. 11371 YA? 1 l ZETH B Firsf Row: Reinsfine, B. Nusbaum, Marko, Small. Second Row: Lasser, Walfers, Goldwyn, C. Nusbaum. Zefa Bera Tau was founded a+ fhe College of ihe Ciry of New York in l898. Chi Chap+er was esfablishecl ai' fhe Universiry of Virginia on June 2, I9I5. Fra+er in FacuH'a+e is: Linwood Lehman, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. Fraier in Urbe: I. Waliers. Ac+ive members in +he College: Armand Newmeyer, Berrram S. Nus- baum, Jr., Jacques S. Zinman. Law: Leonard Frank. Medicine: Louis H. Calish, Herberi' M. Friedman, Joseph H. Marko, William H. Harrison, Lee E. Whi+lock. lni'ria+es: Alvin B. Fink, Samuel J. Goldwyn, Jr., Lawrence L. Lasser, Charles G. Nusbaum, Harry W. Reinsfine, Richard Wal+ers, Alberf Small. IISBI . . Fnrs+ Row: Rhelngold, Sewel, Rudaman, Berlrson. Second Row: Rosenfhul, Alper, Perlberg, Cohn. Third P H I E P S I l 0 n P I Row: Eisenman, Rofhschild, Broclr, Friedman. The Phi Epsilon Pi Fra+erni+y was 'Founded ar The College of +he Ci'ry of New York on November 28, I90I, and was esiablished af The Uni- versiiy of Virginia on December I3, I9 I 5. The Fraier in Urbe is: S. B. Weinburg. Acrive members are: Eugene Schwarfz, S+uar+ Haas, Harry Perlburg, Mel Alper, Macy Rosenr-hal, Edward Cohn, Edward Friedman, Arrhur Eisenman, Alan Ro+hschild, Morfon Alper, Douglas Brock, Les+er Sewel, William Reingold, Beri' Ruderman, Jack Berkson, Morion Langer. I139l l, Il l 1 l Q eu?" P H I l n m B D n P H I Pofler,Abing'l'on, Schwarf1,Siris. The Pi Lambda Phi Fra+erni+y was 'Founded a+ Yale Universify in I895 and esiablished a+ ihe Universi+y of Virginia in I932. The Frafer in Urbe is: Dr. Arfhur Eidelman. Members in 'rhe School of Medicine are: Lewis S. Ka+z and Alfred G. Yager. Ac+ive members in College are: Alan B. Abrufyn, Donald M. Florin Richard E. Golub, Harold B. Po+ler, Norman D. Schwarfz, l. Herberi' Siris. H401 Ross T. Ellioil, Jr. Ross EIIioH Thomas Slokes Frank Hereford Edward Gamble . . Ross Ellioif .... William MacBranIney Louis Bell ..... Evans Wyckoff . . Franklin Lane . John Camblos Kenneth Bevan . . Waverly Dashiell . . Waller McClelland Thomas Hughes . . William Timberlake Edson Canova . . IIITERFRIITERIIITV COUIICIl . . . . , . . . .Presidenl Thomas Slokes . . . Frank L. Hereford, Jr, . . .... Secre'I'ary-Treasurer MEMBERS OF GOVERNING BOARD DURING I943-44 William McBraIney Lawrence Livingsion Waverly Dashiell Kenneih Bevan, Jr. REPRESENTATIVES . . .Della Kappa Epsilon . . . . . . SI' Anlhony . . Phi Kappa Sigma . . . Bella The+a Pi . . . . . Phi Kappa Psi . . .Phi Gamma Della . . . . . .St Elmo . . Sigma Phi Epsilon . . . . . .Chi Phi . . Delia Tau Delia . . Kappa Sigma . . . . . . .Thela Psi . . . . . .TheI'a Della Chi Norman Schwarlz . . . llllll Lawrence Livingslon Frank Hereford . . Frederick MacCabe Harry Rumble . . . Joseph Lalchum . James Rawlings . Rober+ Shook . . Charles Merrill . John Kreis .... Berfram Nusbaum . Alan Roihschild . . Harry Cooper . . Leon Kaplan . . . Pi Lambda Phi . . Vice-Presidenl Thomas Hughes Frank Dudley . . . . . Sigma Nu .Alpha Tau Omega . . . Delia Upsilon . . . Kappa Alpha . . Phi Della TI1eIa . Pi Kappa Alpha Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . . Sigma Chi . . . Thela Chi - . . .ZeIa Bela Tau . .Phi Epsilon Pi . . . . Phi Alpha . . Alpha Epsilon Pi cf - ii u n ill!! J Firsl Row: Yales, Lewis, Lee, Callin, Thrower. Second Row: Dickerson, Kilo, Blackburn, Wimbrow. Third Row: Casey, Balchelor, Housell, Sfarnes, Slulfing. Fourth Row: Flewellen, Hamm, Hoover, Vaughn, Nichol. Flflh Row: Whllmore, Leafhering, Brandi. Sixth Row: Piefsch, Bolfon, Millar. The Engineering fralernify of Thela Tau was 'founded a+ lhe Universiry of Minne- sofa on Oclober l5, l904, and lhe Pi Chapler was eslablished al +he Universily of Virginia on May 26, l923. The Fralres in Facul+a+e are: John Lloyd Newcomb, B.A., C.E., Sc.D., LL.D.. Presidenl' of lhe Universilyg Waller Sheldon Rodman, M.S., S.M., Dean of +he Depaf+men+ of Engineering, Earnesr Jackson Oglesby, M.A., LL.D., Frederick Tracy Morse, E.E., M.E..g Lawrence Reginald Quarles, B.S.E., Ph.D. The Fralres in Urbe are: Edwin L. Armen+rou+, Frank E. Harlman, Roy Franke. Those who are aclive al fhe presenr are: George R. Andrews, lll, James D. Barchelor, John A. Blackburn, Andrew B. Bolfon, Jr., Richard M. Brancll, Nalhan R. Casey, Avery Carlin, Thomas E. Collins, George B. Crisf, Thomas J. Dickerson, Ralph S. Fansler, Barbour H. Flewellen, Roberl- A. Gurley, Charles E. Hamm, Rober+ T. Hoover, Harold R. Housell, Norman S. Ireland, Benno Janssen, Jr., William M. Kelly, William H. Kile, Jr., Cliflon H. Lealherbury, Preslon P. Lee, lrwin M. Lewis, Riley M. LiH'le, Richard F. McPherson, Thomas M. Markwood, William M. Miller, Jr., Grason T. Nickell, Ralph E. O'De++e, Charles F. Pielsch, Joseph B. Sadler, John S. Snell, William T. Slarnes, James B. Sfulling, Sfuarl' Talbof, Dean R. Thacker, James R. Thrower, William L. Vaughn, Douglass H. Warner, Harold E. Wibberley, Jr., William R. Wimbrow, John C. Whilmore. ll42I L- if L Firsf Row: Wood, Winbro, French, Smifh, Cochran. Second Row: Clark, Hereford, Hanson, Mahcne. Third Row: Cave, Norfhram, Fowl. The Trigon Engineering Sociefy was esfablished af fhe Universify of Virginia in May, I924. Frafres in Faculfafe are: Arfhur F. Macconochie, B.SC. lLondonlg Charles Hen- derson, E.E.g James Shannon Miller, Jr., B.A., E.E.g Herman Carl Hesse, B.S., M.E.: Joseph Lee Vaughan, M.A., Ph.D.g Edward Waffs Saunders, Jr., C.E.g Thomas Hay- hursf Evans, B.S., M.S. in C.E.g Professor McClin+ock. Acfive Members are: Lucien Burneff, Alex Cave, Lynn Cochran, Roberf A. Dud- ley, Roberf Finley, William Fowl, Warren B. French, Lawrence Fuller, William Graham, Richard Hanson, Thomas G. Hereford, George H. Lufz, Roberf Mahone, Byron Mossey, W. B. Norfham, Fred Pederson, Frank Reagan, Rufus Roberfs, Emerson Smifh, Harold Tuffy, Harrison Waife, Ill, James Williams, Roberf Winsbro, Fred Wood, Millard Ziesberg. House Members are: Bernard H. Shuman, John H. Pearson, Roberf T. Sofield, Ward Spear, Ral h Thompson, Oscar W. Underwood, Ill, James H. Waldron, Thomas E. Weir, Charles Willis, Franklin Woo, W. Bruce Wood. The Pledges are: James M. Adams, Jr., Clofworfhy Bernie, Jr., William Clyfon Bobbiff, Jr., Lewis M. Brooks, John .M. Buchannan, Roberf Bundy, R. Gray Carring- fon, Allen Clay, Roberf M. Defamore, Harold C. Fousf, Thomas Roberf Gibson, Ill, Shade W. Griffin, Thomas P. Hughes, Belforcl Downing Kellam, Oliver O. Kessing, Jr., Charles Kosbob, Jr., Roberf H. Kriegar, Clarence E. Kuldell, J. Fred Mannes- schmidf, Levi P. Maupin, Jr., Thomas R. McNamera, Harry Monroe, Jr., Paf Moore, Frank Peake. H431 TRIG l L , , . l 1 I 1 1 l 1 J li HLPHH HIIPPII PSI The Alpha Gamma Chapfer of Alpha Kappa Psi, commerce frafernify, has i+s sea'r a+ fhe Universi+y of Virginia. Fralres in Faculiafe are: Dr. G. T. Sfarnes, Dr. T. R. Snavely, Dr. E. A. Kincaid, Dr. D. McC. Wrighi, Mr. M. A. Barlow, Dr. Wilson Gee. Fraier in Urbe: E. l. Carrufhers. Aciive members: Bill Timberlake, Roger Fraley, Alex Tai+, Don ScoH, Sian Budd, Bob Runyon, Ned Mi+chell, Harry Lewman, Jesse Hudson, Howard Ca+her, Bob Paferson, Allan Campbell, Walfer Ahrens, Bill Cromer, Fred Davidson, Willard Broden, Theadore N. Barfh, Jr., Laurence B. Burrow, Jr., Thomas A. Jacka, Arnold B. Payne, John G. Rawles, Marfin T. Williams, C. Roberf Dalfon, Jr. H441 l x - X T r L l x l l l A r b . l l I l 4 L . L . Holmes, Complon, O'Connell, Hickman, Quarles, Rea, I Seavey. LAW FRATERNITY ACTIVE MEMBERS Auslin S. Ashley William P. Comp+on Thomas Gilmer A. Ruiherfoord Holmes Alfred M. Hickman l145I John J. O'Connell James C. Quarles Carroll D. Rea Carson T. Seavey Edward J. P. Zimmerman 5, DELTII THETII a 1 s r, clafke, canef, cousins. LAW FRATERNITY l ACTIVE MEMBERS Evans V. Brewsrer Orben F. Carrer, Jr. Kenne+h M. Beaver Joseph C. Clarke, Jr. Avery B. Cousins, Jr. I 146 I l PHI BETH HITPPTI Mr. Nafhanlel E. Adamson Mr. Melvln Gusfavus Alper Dr. Vlncenf Archer Dr. A. G. Balz Dr. James C. Bardln Mr. Jesse Walefleld Beams Dr. Arfhur F. Benfon Mr. Rlcharcl R. Bernard Mr. George Roberf Blackburn Mr. Wllllam Earl Bloomer Prof. Ferdson T. Bowers Dr. William E. Bray Dr. Ray E. Burger Dr. James R. Cash Mr. James D. Cherry Mr. Harry Clemons Mr. James S. Consfanfine Dr. George Cooper Mr. Charles Granvllle Craddock Miss Gwendolyn Sfager Crawford Prof. Melvin G. DeChazeau Mr. Arfhur Kyle Davis, Jr. Dr. Richard Heafh Dabney Mr. Hardy C. Dlllard Judge Armisfead M. Dobbie Dr. Wllllam E. Dold Mr. George B. Eager Prof. William H. Faulkner Dean George O. Furguson, Jr. Mr. K. Cecil Garlick Dr. Frank A. Geldard Prof. Garrard Glenn Mr. Eugene Van N. Goefchius Prof. Roberf K. Gooch Prof. Armlsfead C. Gorden, Jr. Mr. Walfer H. Goffschalk Mr. John S. Graves MEMBERS Prof. O. J. Hale Prof. Lewls M. Hammond Prof. S. James Harf Dr. H. S. Hedges Mr. Afcheson L. Hench Mr. James Jakel Herold Prof. A. A. Hill Prof. Llewellyn G. Hoxfon Mr. Edwin C. Huffer Mr. Werner L. Janney Prof. Thomas C. Johnson Dr. Harvey E. Jordan Prof. William A. Kepner Prof. E. A. Klncaid Dr. James Earnsl Kindred Prof. W. A. Lambefh Mr. Beverly Joseph Layman Prof. Lawrence H. Lee Prof. E. Linwood Lehman Dr. Edwin P. Lehman Dean Ivey F. Lewis Mr. Carl J. Llkes Mr. Edwin C. McClinfock Mr. Alfred Kennefh Mann Prof. Bernard Mayo Mr. James S. Mlller Mr. Willie Henry Miller, Jr. Prof. Samuel Alfred Milchell Prof. Walfer A. Monfgomery Mr. Roberf M. Musselman Prof. Charles P. Nash, Jr. Prof. Wilbur A. Nelson Presldenf John L. Newcomb Mr. Brooke Peirce Mr. Randolph P. Plllow Mr. Murry Beniamin Pincus Prof. Earnesf J. Oglesby Mr. John Powell Members elecfed Ocfober 7, I943 Mr. George H. Reese Dean F. D. G. Ribble Prof. John Rifchle, lll Dean Waller S. Rodman Mr. Herberf H. Rosenfhal Prof. A. B. Shepperson Mr. Morfon J. Sllk Rev. J. Wlnfree Smlfh Prof. William R. Smlfhey Prof. T. R. Snavely Prof. Carl C. Speidel Prof. George W. D. Spicer Prof. George T. Sfarnes Mr. Paul Shafer Sfoneslfer, Jr. Dr. Oscar Swineford, Jr. Mr. Nelson Edwin Taylor, Jr. Mr. Frank Wilson Tralner Mr. Paul Warren Houlf Trevor Mr. James Rogers MCC. Truiff Mr. Raymond Uhl Dr. Alexander Vyssofsky Dr. Emma T. Vyssofsky Dr. James A. Waddell Mr. Lyfflefon Waddell Dr. Stephen H. Waffs Dr. Roberl H. Webb Mr. Willlam S. Weedon Mr. Thomas D. Welford Prof. Gordon T. Whyburn Mr. Roberl Bocock Wilklns Dr. David C. Wllson Mr. Harry Beaffy Wilson Dean James S. Wilson Dr. J. Edwin Wood Prof. T. Braxfon Woody Prof. John H. Yoe Dean George B. Zehmer FROM THE COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES Archer Kenf Blood Ceil Gerald Klrven Milfon Lewis Rosenberg Arfhur Ebberf.,Jr. Cecil Gerald Kirven Timofhy Lawrence Smlfh Marshall Wllllam Flshwlck Walfer Moore McClelland Columbus Downlng Talf, Jr. William Whifehursf Old, lll FROM THE FACULTY Thomas Perkins Abernefhy l lfl7 I K- V LA. UIIIIERUII DELTFI HHPPH FACULTY MEMBERS Ivey F. Lewis Nor+on G. Pri+cheH' Elmer I Carrulhers McLemore Birdsong Joseph L Vaughan STUDENT MEMBERS Nafhaniel E. Adamson Rober+ S. Boyd T Alexander M. Cave Charles G. Craddoclc Frank L. Hereford Philip R. James Benno Janssen Claiborne S. Jones l148l William B. Marbury Waller M. McClelland Charles W. Merrill' Herberl' N. Munhall Daniel D. Talley William M. Timberlake Charles M. Walsh William R. Wimbro THE RFIUEII SUCIETV CLAIBORNE S. JONES W. C. FLEMING .. Nalhanlel E. Adamson Roberl W. Alfriend Melvin G. Alper Marshall D. Baxter Thomas Grasly Bell Avery Callln Dean Thacker Henry Leidheiser, Jr. A. G. A. Ball: William E. Bray James R. Cash Harry Clemons A. D. Dabney James D. Francis Wilson Gee Garrard Glen Allen T. Gwalhmey James Harl Harry Ammon OFFICERS . . ....... Presidenl C. W. MILLER . . . . . . .Vice-Presidenf A. K. MANN . . . . . W. E. Bloomer Charles G. Craddock Thomas S. Edwards Donald T. Faulkner William C. Fleming Waller H. Golfschalk Innes C. Haines Benno Janssen, Jr. Claiborne S. Jones Frank S. Kaulback, Jr. ENGINEERING SCHOOL Preslon Lee Roberl B. Winsbro GRADUATE SCHOOL Beverly J. Layman Marion K. Forl, Jr. RAVEN AFFILIATES Dr. H. S. Hedges Arlhur F. Macconochie A. L. Hench L. G. Hoxlon H. E. Jordan Roberl J. Keller, Ill W. A. Kepner E. A. Kincaid Dumas Malone J. C. Melcalf C. Venerable Minor S. A. Milchell H, B. Mulholland J. L. Newcomb lvey Lewis E. J. Oglesby Dabney S. Lancasler J. K. Roberts E. C. McClinlock W S. Rodman ELECTED FALL l942 Mariano Garcia H. C. Meradllh R. S. Boyd H. K. Hellems C. W Merrill A. K. Blood F. L. Hereford H. N. Munhall C. E. Bullerworlh C. G. Kirven W. W. Old, Ill P. R. Evans C M. Lang L. G. Parmley M. W. Fishwick W. M. McClelland B. B. Rish ELECTED I943. MEDICAL SCHOOL Randolph Chilwood Daniel Talley Karl Monk Graham Vanon Herbert Friedman Lucius Hill, lll I LAW SCHOOL George Cllrlin John C. Wood Auslin S. Ashley COLLEGE Roberl I. Slewarl Ben B. Weisiger Clyde Ward William C. Deekens ' COLLEGE-GRADUATING CLASS Roger Fl-algy Dexler Whilehead l149l . . . Secrelary . . . . .Treasurer Alfred K. Mann Randolph P. Pillow John F. Tinker Roberf B. Welkins W. Wimbrow Alberl K. Cocke T. R. Snavely C. Speidel Tazewell Taylor J. L. Vaughan R. H. Webb W. H. While, Jr. James S. Wilson F, D. Woodward T. Braxlon Woody Emerson W. Smilh T. L. Smilh Q C. D. Tail H. P. Taylor M. D. Zeisberg Joseph Whilllo O. F. Carler, Jr. Theodore A. Peck Chas. L. Minor .' -fv- I -'fx fu l, , , . ' ' z HIL " I l ie H will is 1l-..2 , p i n ALPHA OF VIRGINIA CHAPTER Founded af lhe College of Physicians and Surgeons in I902. Esfablished af the Universify of Virginia in I9I9. Harvey Ernesf Jordan Halslead Shipman Hedges James Alexander Waddell Lawrence Thomas Roysfer William Benneff Bean Edwin Parfridge Lehman Carlisle Sanford Lenfz Eugene Marlcley Landis William Edward Bray John Ridley Seal Byrd Sfuarf Leavell William Eugene Apperson John R. T. Carmichael Julian Ruffin Beclrwich FRATRES IN FACULTATE . James Edwin Wood, Jr. Henry Bearden Mulholland James Roberl' Cash Dudley Crofford Smifh Dr. Charles Bruce Morfon Roberf Vivian Funsfen Flefcher Drummond Woodward . Tiffany Johns Williams Sfaige Davis Blackford Oscar Swineford, Jr. FRATRES IN URBE Roberf William McCullough Ray Edward Burger James Bell Blaclr, Jr. Chrisfian Kevin Hoyle Maynard Roberf Emlaw CLASS OF DECEMBER-I943 William Gordon Leary Donald Terrell Faulkner Leonard Irving Malis Peylon Randolph Evans Raymond Reuben Commess CLASS OF SEPTEMBER-I944 Charles Granville Craddock Sidney Cohn Reichman l1b0l Dr. Andrew DeJarnefIe Harf Dr. William Wirf Waddell Dr. Carl Caslzey Speidel Dr. John Moyer Merodilh Dr. David Cole Wilson Dr. Vincenf William Archer Dr. John Mclnfire Nolres Dr. Alfred Chanufin Dr. James Ernesf Kindred Dr. John Manson Foe Dr. Alberf Rifchie Gillespie Dr. Harry Lee Archer Dr. Darwin William Neubauer Dr. Philip Pendlefon Sfeploa Jr Lenora Virginia Brown Julian Quayle Early Graham Alexander Vance SIGIIIII IIEITII PSI ATHLETIC HONOR FRATERNITY Founded a+ Indiana Universiiy, I9I2. Esfablished aI' 'Ihe UniversiI'y of Virginia, November I0, I938. ROBERT C. GREEN NATHANIEL BOYD BARTLETT TODD DONALD WANNER CARL BROADDUS The Sigma DeI'I'a Psi FraI'erniI'y has as ifs generaI purpose Io promofe physical. men'IaI and moral developmenf of college s+uden'Is, buf is probably more famous for i'Is difficulf feais of a+hIeI'ic prowess. I00-yd. dash, II 3f5 seconds . . . I20-yd. low hurdles, I6 seconds . . . Running high iump, 5 fee+ . . . Running broad iump, I7 feei' . . . I6-Ib. sho'I' puf, 30 fee+ . . . 20-H. ropeclimb, I2 seconds . . . Baseball +hrow, 250 feef . . . Javelin Ihrow, I50 fee+ . . . Foo+baII pun'r, I2O Ieer . . . I00-yd. swim, I minufe 45 seconds . . . I-mile run, 6 minuI'es--Ihese are among Ihe requiremenI's for admission. I+s members have wiI'houI excepIion dis+inguished II1emseIves in Ihe armed services of Ihis couniry, and H' is Io be hoped +haI' Sigma DeI+a Psi may confinue 'Io con+riI:au+e such men. l 151 I Benno Janssen, Jr. . Millard D. Zeisberg Emerson W. Smiih W. Harrison Kile Preslon P. Lee Avery Callin VIRGINIA ALPHA CHAPTER OF THU BETH PI Founded al' Lehigh Universiiy, I885. Esfablished a+ 'rhe Universify of Virginia, I92I. O OFFICERS ,Jr,. MEMBERS Dean R. Thacker Lloyd F. Miller Thomas J. Dickerson FACULTY MEMBERS John Lloyd Newcomb, B.A., C.E., Sc.D., LL.D. Waller Sheldon Rodman, B.S., S.M. Edward Walls Saunders, C.E. James Slannon Miller, B.A., B.S., E.E. Samuel Alfred Milchell, M.A., Pl1.D. Arfhur Francis M acconoc hie, B.Sc. Charles Henderson, E.E. Frederick Tracy Morse, M.E.. E.E. Thomas Hayhursf Evans, M.S. Lawrence Reginald Quarles, B.S.E. Ph.D. 11521 l . . . Presideni . Vice-Presidenf . Secrelary . .Treasurer Irwin M, Lewis William R. Wimbrow IN MEMORIAM Joseph M. Hurf, Jnr. . . Died William G. Suhling, III ..,,,,, Killed Lieufenanf, U. S. M. C. Clinfon M. Harbison, Jr, ...... Killed R. Waller Jones, Ill ........ Killed Lieulenanf, U. S. M. C. Captain, U, S. M. C, I153l Charles Merri++ 1 154 1 OFFICER . . . . . . MEMBERS Na+ Adamson Bill Barr Ted BuHerwor+h Josh Camblos Allan Campbell Sand Car'l'er Frank Dudley Ross Ellioh' Bob Englander Roger Fraley Jack Harrison Lawrence Livings+on Bill Marbury Waller McClelland Harry McCoy Herb Munhall Bill Picke++ Bob Seiler Tom Sfoltes Dan Talley John Varner Don Wanner Joe Whiffle David Wilson Barney Wyckoff Presideni' Curlin Coleman OFFICER MEMBERS Lewis Bell Tom Bell Bob Boyd Dick Brandi' Avery Cailin Alex Cave Charles Craddock Allen Emmerl' Ed Gamble George Grimble Frank Hereford Benno Janssen Ridgely Miller Charles Minor Bill Nelson Vann Sco'H Bill Timberlake Chuck Walsh Lee Williams Henry Wilson Presideni I 155 I 9 MEMBERS YVSPLYYNES KN YP-COLT P-'VE Skixqe Bxaokiovo Vs. Yxeakh Oabneq Yxavoq ONMA 9-oben Yunsken Ysobexk Gooch PQGKNE Lewzlkijlxrgxash Vwmxam B. Xffvavbxxw xoym Hake' Soseokx Y , NNKMXQ NN'hYxam v4 o6oeXX, .SL v'obe"' F- VACXCXVXBW NN'6Yxam NNKRQ, J Bohn 0. 'I awe! YKN9 Bowes Yvspzwslis Wx 0932 Ross 'Y . Ewxokk viixiltivltza XN no P-noerson ,mam Bug Looms 0. YXKXX Y-dom! GoXos, Josepk YK. Lakchxm Novben Cork-0 Ysoberk 6. Xfmotoo EAM' GOPMMBVB' Coatxes YX. Saokekk CnixqSCuX'oey2son F. xN.m Yxwvms Qiggimxbjxa Batkhkk 5, 1056 Sam Lee X-oxixs S. NN nklrop 'o Luck NWGQ1 G. YVN Y-uius Y-obevks Aka: X.. Y'aXY- Oo-:RA G.NN'Ason X+AaXcox0 E. Vs. NN . McCabe, 3 'Yom Carvukhers Lee Mavskon Wmov XI ena'oXe X-avkus Ov' on on obevks Hams Y- 'Vnomas V-osser, bv. EA 1aqXo CYKarXos 'Y e noun H561 nude: SamueX YK. Omer Y-oberk Enqk Pre-Monk xnems Sem 9-obevk 5. Bow1A XN'Mam Vxokekk, 31. Swaxawm aasu K B Beano Sanssen, 31. Chahes Gva6Aoc,k 92,4-,km-A Bfapak C'navXes SN akin, XXX Thomas Bom C'navXes Mervwd 0onaX6 NN anne: Yxoqev 91 BXB1 SN'AYy5m 'Vxm'oevXaY-e Cuvk'm Cdemun Frank Yxeveiord Sack Yxavfxson Neiander Gave Barbed XJ1unYKnNX Buck Munaq OQKXBX 1aXXe1 XNKXYmm Nekon ilobevk Biker XN'AYxam Ban NN .vm vm I157l qev 4, IMP w,C,w2, W B- -' 'fl If ,gu- Bob Englancler Joe Wl1i'H'le Lew Bell Jack Harrison Charlie Merriff Bob McKinley Sam Car+er John Varner Bobby Boyd 11581 FRATRES IN URBE Slephen H. Walls Charles C. Tennanf George B, Eager Roberf K. Gooch J. Malcolm Luclr David J. Wood A. Hewson Michie D. Elis Brown Sfaige D. Blalrforcl Oscar Swineford L. Munford Boyd Llewellyn Miller Alberf Yorl: Richard Turner W. Hugh Flannagan Roberf Coles Samuel L, Lee George M. Coles Junius R. Fishburn Carler B. Weisiger Slephen Davenporl llflgl ACTIVE MEMBERS Charles M. Walsh, lll Charles G. Craddoclr, Jr Herberl N. Munhall William B. Marbury Benno Janssen, Jr. Roberl D. Sailor Philip R. James Daniel O. Talley, lll Donald G. Wanner Jack F. Murray Rufus G. Roborfs HEHIIUUILEDGIIIEIITS -9 No, you cerfainly can'f produce an annual wifhouf financial supporf. If may be usual fo acknowledge if, buf we feel we owe our greafesf debf of grafifude fo fhe Frafernifies and Sociefies of fhe Universify who have fosfered our efforls. If has been a hard year for fhese organizafions, buf fhey have come fhrough and sup- porfed fhis warfime "Corks and Curls." We hope fo have iusfified fhe frusf fhey have placed in us. Among fhose of fhe older and wiser generafion who have been immeasurably helpful, fhe name of Dr. lvey Lewis sfands ouf. Of fhe Benson Prinfing Company fhe brofhers Benson, W. A., E. W. and especially John gef our warmesf, as does Mr. Leonard Glover of Lynchburg Engraving Company: and Bill Wranek of fhe Universify. Have you ever heard an Edifor complain fhaf he is fhe only one working? Tha+'s iusf impossible. We have all worked wifh our associafe edifors and wifh fheir respecfive sfaffs. The help of sfaff members has been invaluable. We re- member also L. E., wifhouf whom we could have done liffle. Finally, fhere never was a beffer Business Manager fhan Lee, believe us. For his special confribufion Gerry Kervin gefs our hearffelf fhanksg and for his confribufion and inferesf Ridgley Miller receives sincere grafifude. Don'f forgef our adverfisers who have served fhe Universify so long. Their inferesf and supporf deserves yours. They, foo, have had a greaf role in making fhe '44 "Corks and Curls" possible. Well, fhere if isp we have' fried fo picfure fhe Universify as if has been in fhis firsf real year of war. No, in many ways if is nof fhe Universify we have loved so much in fhe pasf. Indeed we have seen greaf changes wroughf. Buf fhaf is how fafe has seen fif fo have if. The spirif is sfill wifh us, and fhaf is fhe imporfanf fhing. lf you have enioyed our volume we are happy for we have fried fo make if so. MARTIN T. 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