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   ■■■■HII liESE N T ED BY T H E ORKS AND CURLS The yearbook of THE UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA For The Year Nineteen Hundred And Fifty-Five Editors-in-Chicf: Joseph W. Twinani W. Tal.h Moore Business Manager: Robert Sniithwick, Jr. V O L U M E 67OREWORD AND In a complex society of individuals such as the University of Virginia the college experience holds different emphases for each student. Carroll’s and term papers, Sunday (licks and Saturday classes, Sweet Briar and extracurricular activities, dance weekends and exams —all are included in life “around the Grounds.” There is, however, among the varied phases of student activity a thread of common goals and ideals.CONTENTS Here beneath a tolerant conservatism of manner strives a progressiveness of mind. Here amid a scientific and rational evaluation of fact and theory lies the eternal faith in truth. And here behind the casualness of youth are the working fact of an Honor System and the inspiration of the Lawn. To capture the significance of The University in the set type and still pictures of this yearbook would be an impossible task. It is the purpose, rather, of the 1955 CORKS AND CURLS to present glimpses of the highlights and personalities which were a part of The University in 1954 and 1955 in the hope that they will remain a pleasant record for the student in later years. CLASSES ORGANIZATIONS i 1) A V s i: E T By This Gateway Am) Seek The Way of Honor The Light of Truth The Will To Work For Men You ore here to enrich the world and you impoverish yourself if your forget the errand . . . For here we are not afruid to follow the truth wherever it may lead nor to tolerate any error so long as reason is left free to comhat it . . . E. A. Alderman; Woodrow Wilson; Thomas Jefferson. Thomas Jefferson considered the founding of the 1 diversity of Virginia one of the three outstanding accomplishments of a life of high achievement. Knvisioning education as the bulwark of national defense, Mr. Jefferson placed the future hopes of his country in The 1 Diversify. His “academic village” in the foothills of the Mine Kidge Mountains was to he a community of student self-government. high academic standards, and unusual freedom of thought and curriculum. Originally founded in 1816 |»v Madison, Mod-roe, and other prominent subscribers. Mr. Jefferson's I’niversily was first called Central College. When the Virginia Ceneral Assembly met in 1817 to consider a site for a stale university. Jefferson offered the facilities of Central College, and in 1819 it became officially the I Diversity of Virginia. The struggling I Diversity was under the constant surveillance of Jefferson. He designed buildings, obtained excellent professors, and selected the curriculum. Academic standards were so rigid that over half of the student body “flunked out" during the first year. The Jeffersonian system of self-government seems to have been beyond the capacities of the early students. A reversal to a policy of rigid discipline administered by the faculty was no more successful. Ilioting was a common pastime which eventually resulted in the deliberate shooting of a professor. Only with tin establishment of the Honor System in 1842 did the students regain self-government and self-respect. Since its early days. The I Diversity has experienced the inevitable changes produced by wars and the growth of a complex society. The establishment of Delta Kappa Kpsilon in 1852 began a long line of fraternities. Marbles and uuoils gave way to football and baseball. The academic system has been broadened by the establishment of Schools of Law, Medicine. Kngiiiccring. Craduute Studies, Kduealion. Architecture, and Business Administration, and Mr. Jefferson's original "academic village" is surrounded today by buildings attesting to a century of expansion. Yet with the alterations of time much of the past remains. The classic beauty of the Lawn still suggests peace and elevated thought. I he Honor System endures, as do the tradition of individual liberty and the ideal of pursuing truth without fear of censor. The lengthening shadow of the “Sage of Monlicello" still lingers over his I Diversity. t Iii the spring of 1954 . . . Student government asserted itself, and political issues were paraded in Student Council elections. The Punch and Julep launched its career with “Under Satan’s Thumb,” while the birth of the Jazz Society brought Dizzy Gillespie. The first full-scale Student Course Survey failed to captivate student interest. But Sunday polo matches received enthusiastic support. The Student Union featured a tea for Mrs. Walker .. . The N.C.A.A. boxing finals featured Sonny Nichols... Indo-China. McCarthy, and Segregation stole headlines in the C.D.. While The University stole headlines in leading newspapers . . . With the fall and winter session came . . . A new look around the Grounds with the addition of the Physics Building . . . A new look at the increased quantity and quality of co-eds . . . A new look at fraternities by the Spicer Committee. The University Artist Series presented Hume Cronyn and Jessica Tandy, Paul Douglass in “The Caine Mutiny.” and Cornelia Otis Skinner . . . The Virginia Players presented “Slalag 17" and “The Crucible” . . . The Jazz Society presented Errol 1 Garner. Fraternities pledged second-year students on October 19 . . . Lambda Pi and Skull and Keys pledged “no logrolling" in elections. Bill Dudley returned to Virginia football. And the Cavaliers returned from West Point with the “near-upset" of the year . . . Most of us enjoyed Openings with Billy May’s Orchestra, But Midwinters with Sulchmo was an even bigger success. John Polzer was selected "most valuable player" on the football squad. And “Buzzy” Wilkinson continued to make Virginia basketball history. After months of trying effort the Student Council and Mr. Darden reached an agreement of student government and political reorganization . . . The first student Judiciary Committee was established . . . And a last-stand course survey proved successful. As the yearbook went to press . . . Fraternities were working feverishly toward Bid Sunday for First-year students on March 20th . . . Pogo was still required classroom reading. Sweet Briar was still closer than Mary Washington, and the Outing Club was still outing . . . Spring was just around the Corner, and the student body began their plans for another traditional Easter.In these uncertain times of H-bombs, unsettled foreign affairs, and turbulent domestic problems only a fool or a soothsayer would dare to predict the future. Since we purport to be neither, we can merely hope for the future of our University, believing that the dreams of today shall become the realities of tomorrow. W'c look forward to numerous alterations in The University as we have known it. for without change there can be no progress. Our University, founded in a spirit of dedication to the future, must adjust to satisfy the demands of a maturing civilization. There is, however, a fundamental influence on The I niversity which we call “tradition.” In part it signifies tin- wearing of coats and ties and a demand for gentlemanly conduct. Its more vital characteristics are an insistence on a community relationship based on personal integrity and the belief that the individual matures properly only in an atmosphere of personal freedom. Such tenets are the so-called “intangibles,” and they are essential to the future prosperity of The University of Virginia. Vi e who have developed a deep affection for 'flic University look hopefully to its future. We applaud its progressiveness but caution that it never forsake the better characteristics of its past as it moves toward the fulfillment of its destiny. R E A T E RUNIVERSITY VIRGINIA I I COLGATE WHITEHEAD DARDEN, JR. P R E S I D E NI.cft to right: Judge Bark»dale, Mr. Mear». Mr. Or.it.nt. Dr. Emmett, Mr. MeWane. President Durden. Mr. Black, Mr. Coxc, Mis Wheeler. Mi Dunn. Mr. Gray. Mr. Talbott. BOARD OF JUDGE ALFRED D. BARKSDALE ..........Lynchburg, Virginia MB. NORBORNE BERKELEY .........Bethlehem. Pennsylvania MR. BARRON K. BLACK ..................Norfolk. Virginia MR. WIIITWELI. W. COXE ...............Roanoke. Virginia MISS BKLVA T. DUNN ..................Riehmond, Virginia DR. J. M. EMMETT ...............Clifton Forge. Virginia MR. HORACE A. GRAY. JR...............Richmond. Virginia MR. JOHN SKGAR GRAVATT.............Black-tone. Virginia MR. JOSEPH HARTKIKLI) .........New York City. New York THE RECTOR Tltc govern inn Itody of the University is “The Hector and Visitors of the University of Virginia.” a corporation of the Commonwealth consisting of seventeen Visitors, including the Superintendent of Public Instruction, who serves ex oflicio. The Visitors, appointed by the Governor for a maximum of VISITORS MR. D. J. HOWARD (ex oflicio) ..Riehmond. Virginia MR. HENRY MeWANE .......................Lynchburg, Virginia MR. BENJAMIN W. MEARS .........Ensivillc. Virginia MR. HERBERT POJ LOCK.........Schenectady, New York MRS. HERBERT McKEI.DEN SMITH ...Staunton. Virginia MR. HOWARD W. SMITH ..........Washington. I). C. MR. FRANK TALBOTT .......................Danville. Virginia MISS LUCILLE WHEELER .......Newport News. Virginia AND VISITORS two four-year terms, serve without pay, and arc charged with the duty of maintaining the University, subject to the authority of the General Assembly of Virginia. The three members appointed this Spring are the first Visitors in the history of the Hoard to reside outside of the State of Virginia.HONOR COMMITTEE OFFICERS C. HARRISON ECHOLS. Chairman ........................Collepe JAMES S. CLASSCOCK ......................................I ROBERT V. SCHNABEI....................................... «« K. WHEAT WALLENBORN .............................Eupineerinp KRANKI.IN M. SLAYTON...............................Education ROBERT V. COLEMAN ..................................Graduate JOSEPH P. SMITH ....................................Medicine HENRY J. BROWNE ................................Architecture THE SPIRIT OF THE HONOR CODE . . The spirit of the code ... is one of mutual trust and mutual respect which pervades every phase of University life and motivates men and women to conduct all their affairs on a high level of integrity, character, ami honor. It is because of this all-pervasive spirit—rather than the cotie's few rigid rules— that our honor system has been termed 'the highest expression in the United States of the undergraduate's capacity for self-government in the sphere of ethical conduct.’ it is this great moral force, exerted in many tangible ways and having many visible effects, that has caused our University to l»e termed a place where 'honor begets honor, trust begets trust, and faith begets faith.' In short, the spirit of the Honor System provides a way of life, and that way of life is the way of honor.” Hernard Mayo in an address to entering students 1951. FmsT Row, left t«i right: Smith, Coleman. allenlx-ru. EchoL. Browne, Schnabel, Slayton. 14STUDENT OFFICERS First Semester BLAINE T. PHILLIPS ..................................President JAMES P. DUVAl..................................Vice-President JAMES L. RUMSEY .....................................Secretary REGINALD K. RUTLEDGE.................................Treasurer Second Semester P. IIUDNALL CHRISTOPHER .............................President WILLIAM M. LILE.................................Vice-President CHARLES IL ARRINGTON ................................Secretary GRANVILLE II. SWOPE .................................Treasurer C 0 U N C I College First Semester: Second Semester: Charles B. Arrington Harold L. Bayne Olimirr R. DifmdrrfTrr James R. Grieve J»mr. R. Grieve Alexander Hamilton I’rrdftirl M. Moyer Thoma L. Hoflirimer George Scott Shackelford Joseph J. Hughe Granville II. Swo| c G. Scott Shackelford Education Paul B. llounshell Paul II. Ilounshell Engineering P. Hudnall Christopher II. E. Karri Graduate M. B«y«l Coyrnrr Herbert 0. Kuaslen Law William M. Ulc Robert F. I.yie Medicine llerschel C. Gore C M |ier I). Kunkel Ki«m Row. left | right: Rum«cy. Phillip . Dm.il. Rullcdp. Swow Row: Grieve . Gore, DifTrndrrfler, I jlr, Moyer, Christopher. Arrington. Hounahell. Sv |ie. Sliaokteford. 15OFFICERS OF THE CLASS OF 1955 WAVERLEY L. BERKLEY........................................President FREDERICK M. MOYER....................................Vice-President MUNSEY S. WHEBY............................................Secretary KENNETH W. PLUNKETT........................................Treasurer WILLIAM C. THACKER.........................................Historian CLASSESSCHOOL OF LAW Since its establishment in 1862 the University of Virginia Law School has been regarded as outstanding among American Schools of Law. Substantiating this rating is the impressive list of alumni who have made and arc making notable contributions in the legal field. Much of their success can be attributed to the well-rounded education received during their course of study at the Law School. The curriculum includes both theoretical and practical courses, the latter coming in the last year. Also, equally important, there is a wide variety of extra-curricular activities in which the more ambitious and energetic students may engage. Such activities as the Law Review, the Law Weekly, the Student Legal Research Group, and the Moot Court competition give valuable experience in research. writing and speaking. Through the efforts of the Student Legal Forum and the John Bassett Moore Society, many prominent speakers are heard by the student body. All is not work at the Law School. The Law School dances are renowned for their gaity. Each Spring the Libel Show, put on by members of Phi Delta Phi Legal Fraternity, gives everyone an opportunity to laugh with impunity at the foibles of the faculty. Thus, with a mixture of regular courses and outside activities at bis disposal, the student receives a well-rounded education which quite adequately prepares him for his profession. UOU SCHNABEL President JACK NOVATNKY Pice-President V. I). G. RIBBLK Dean oj the School o Lau OFFICERS First Semester ROUKRT V. SCHNABEL........... JOHN F. NOVATNKY. JK......... ALAN J. FISCIII.............. JOHN I). FOWLER ............. I. NEWTON NASH .............. Scroll d Semester JAMES S. GI.ASSCOCK .......... MARCUS B. FINNEGAN ........... J. NEWTON NASH ............... WILLIAM I.. LITTLEJOHN........ .....President icr-Presidcnt .....Secretary .....Treasurer .....II islet ion .....President J ic • President .....Secretary .....Treasurer 18 W. LAIRD STABLER. Jlt. HistorianProfessor Hardy C. Dillard with law students. 19APPLICANTS Marry Lee Addison, HI NORFOLK. VIRGINIA IIS. University of Virginia 0 X V-Club; Student Legal Revearrh Group. Ad-minivtrativc Director: Virginia Uw Weekly. Treasurer; Swimming: Ijw School Student Adviwiry Council: Della Sigma Pi; Kappa Kappa Pm: Sigma Nu Phi. Vice-President. Waverley Lee Berkley, III NORFOLK. VIRGINIA II. t. University of Virginia B 0 II Interfralernity Council: Fir t Year Social Committee: Student Union. Treasurer: lambda Pi. President: F.li Banana; Tenni»: V-Club: Kirvt Year Law Claw, President: Student Ad ivory Council: Moot Court Competition; Student Legal Forum; Phi Alpha Delta. Albert Frankland Brandt CHARLOTTESVILLE. VIRGINIA A.B. Princeton University Army R.O.T.C.: Wr-tminvter Fellow»hip: Co«K ami Cl HLV. Outing Club. President, Graduate Secretary. Co-Founder; Virginia Ijw Weekly. Photography Editor: Reading Guide. Av.viciate Editor: John Ba»»etl Moore Society of International Ijw; Student l-egal Forum; Sigma Nu Phi: Cavalier Daily. Hewitt Hays Covincton BALLS CHURCH. VIRGINIA II.S. University of Virginia X A K Virginia Law Review: Alpha Kappa Pm. Marcus Bartlett Finnegan MOUNTAIN LAKES. NEW JERSEY IIS. United States Military Academy Dean’' List: Phi Delta Phi. Provident: Virginia Law Review: Student Advivory Council. Vice-Provident: Law School, Vice-Preai-dent: Order of the Coif. James Samuel Glasscock CIIUCKATUCK. VIRGINIA II.A. Hampden-Syndncy College 0 X Ifean-' Lint: Virginia Ijw Review; Reading Guide; John Bav-ctt Moore Society of International Ijw: Moot Court Competition: Phi Beta Kappa; The Raven Society: Phi Alpha Delta; Omieron Delta Kappa; I.M.P. Society. FOR DEGREES Bernard Bangley Ballance NORFOLK. VIRGINIA Dean’ l.i l: Virginia Ijw Weekly: Student Legal Re.earch Group; Butincv Secretary, Reading Guide: Student Av-Utant; Moot Court Com| etiti in; Sigma Nu Phi. Vice-Prcvident. Randall Waterman Buss EDCEWOOD. RHODE ISLAND A.H. Brown University A + Virginia Law Review; Phi Della Phi. John Joseph Connors MALVERNE. NEW YORK II.A. Lehigh University OK Newman Cluh. Prcvident; Student Keligiou Council; Sigma Nu Phi. Wallace McRoy Davies COTTAGE CITY. MARYLAND II.A. University of Virginia K A Cavalier Daily: Dean’ l.i-t: Alpha Kappa P»i; Delta Theta Phi, Vice-Prevident. John Dale Fowler ELK POINT, SOUTH DAKOTA University of Virginia Virginia Debater : Naval R.O.T.C.: The Raven Soeiel): Pi Della Ep-ilon: Della Sigma Pi; Virginia Law Review. Executive Editor: Student Advisory Council: Trea»urer. Ijw School: Virginia Ijw Weekly, Huvincw Stall; Moot Giurt Competition; Phi Delta Phi. David L. Good WHEELING. WEST VIRGINIA A.H. Ilrown University Sigma Nu Phi. SCHOOL 20YEAR, 1955 Donald Kkitii Graham ASHLAND. KENTUCKY ..S’. University oj Kentucky 2 X Virginia law Review: Phi Della Phi. Pat Brown Hale GRUNDY. VIRGINIA H.A. Emory and Henry College John Jurf.y Howard. Jr. RICHMOND. VIRGINIA H.A. Yale University A + Student Advisory Council; Law Weekly: Plii Alpha Della. President. Lewis Jones URBANNA, VIRGINIA H.S. University of Virginia •I K 2 Inlerfraternity Council: Eli Banana: l-awn Chowder and Marching Society: Phi Alpha Delta. John Joseph Kindred, ill FOREST HILLS, NEW YORK A.H. IVashington anil Lee University Virginia Law Weekly, Senior Editor: Student Legal Research Group: John lh»tll Moore Society of International Law; Phi Alpha Delta. Barry Neal Lichtenstein ROANOKE, VIRGINIA Virginia lav Weekly: Moot Court Competition: Sigma Nu Phi. OF LA W Thomas Fleetwood Hairston STUART. VIRGINIA H.S. University of Virginia Dean' List; Counselor: Virginia I-aw Weekly: Reading Guide. Associate Editor: John Bassett Moore Society of International Law; Sigma Nu Phi. Francis Charles Hollmann CHARLOTTESVILLE. VIRGINIA H.S. University of Virginia Dean's List: Virginia Law Weekly: Reading Guide: Sigma Nu Phi, Treasurer. Andrew Rupert Johnson CHARLOTTESVILLE, VIRGINIA H.A. University of Virginia 2 N Alpha Kappa Psi; Sigma Nu Phi. Allen Kilik CHARLOTTESVILLE, VIRGINIA 4 E JI Phi Alpha Delta. Paul H. Kirwin BELLE HARBOR. NEW YORK H.A. University of Virginia 1 E II Inlerfraternity Council; Cavalier Daily: Hillel Foundation: Jefferson Society; P-K Dance Society: T.I.L.K.A.; Baseball: Freshman Football, Bass-hall; John Bassett Moore Soccitv of International Law: Phi Alpha Delta. William Lafayette Littlejohn, Jr. DUNDEE. ILLINOIS H.A. University of Virginia B 0 II Dean's. Lift; The Raven Sociity: Phi Delta Phi. 21APPLICANTS Edward Overton McCue, III CHARLOTTESVILLE. VIRGINIA B.C.E. Yale University Z Ba«l Check Committee: Pi Della K|»ilon: St'ident I.egal Forum; Student Legal Re- earch Croup; Virginia La Weekly: Phi Alpha Delta. Samuel Haines Murray HACERSTOWN. MARYLANl) B.A. University of Virginia Virginia laur Review; Sigma Nu Phi. John Franklin Novatney. Jr. ROCKY RIVER. OHIO A.B. Brown University A T A Phi Alpha Delta. Thomas Caldwell Phillips, Jr. ABINGDON. VIRGINIA B.A. Virginia Military Institute Sigma Nu Phi. Chancellor. Louis Joseph Richman, Jr. WARWICK. VIRGINIA B.A. University of Virginia Cavalier Daily; Dean' Li t; Pi Della Ep i-Ion; Virginia La Weekly, Circulation, Bu i-ne » Manager; Virginia Law Review. A«o-ciate Btitine Manager; John Bassett Moore Society of International Law; Reading Guide; Moot Court Competition: Sigma Nu Phi. Frank Kasey Saunders BEDFORD. VIRGINIA A.B. The College of If'illiarn and Mary Della Theta Phi. Robert Vernon Schnabel WASHINGTON. D.C. B.A. University of Virginia Honor Committee: Interfraternily Council: Army R.O.T.C.: Dean’ Lift; Intermediate Honora; The Raven Society: Jeffcr »n Society: Swimming: Student Advisory Council. President: Virginia Law Review; Virginia Law Weekly; Phi Delta Phi. FOR DEGREES Thomas Edward Mullen ONONCOCK. VIRGINIA B.A. University of Virginia X + P-K Dance Society; Skull and Key ; Eli Banana; Virginia I-aw Weekly; Track; Wrestling: Phi Alpha Delta. James Newton Nash SCARSDALE, NEW YORK B.A. Yale University Class Historian: Student Advisory Council: Student legal Rrsearch Group; John Hawctt Moore Society of International Ijw; Law School Athletic . Manager: Phi Alpha Delta. Blaine Townsend Phillips MILLVILLE. DELAWARE B.A. University of Virginia K A Cavalier Daily; Dean’ Li t: Intermediate Honor ; Student Council. President; Cork AMI Curls, Managing Editor: Phi Beta Kappa: The Raven Society. President; Pi Delta Epsilon: IMP Society; Jefferson Society: German Club; Skull and Keys. Trea»-i rer: T.I.L.K.A.; Welch Scholar: Student Legal Forum; Moot Giurt Competition: Student Advisory Council; Virginia Law Review; Phi Delta Phi. George Huches Revercomb CHARLESTON. WEST VIRGINIA A.B. Princeton University Phi Delta Phi. Mark Bernerd Sandcround DETROIT. MICHIGAN B.A. University of Michigan John Ba cit Moore Society of International law. President. John Sanford Shannon SALEM. VIRGINIA B.A. Roanoke College 2 X Dean's l.i»l; The Raven Society; Pi Delta Epsilon; Virginia Ijw Review. Editor; Student C"rriculum Committee; Student Advisory Council; Phi Delta Phi; Order of the Coif. SCHOOL 22YEAR. 1955 Elmo Summers Sheffey BRISTOL. VIRGINIA B.A. Emory and Henry College Pill IWla Phi. Eugene David Skir BROOKLYN. NEW YORK II.A. Alfred University K X John Ba «o:t Mooro Society ol International I-aw. Cyril James Smith OLD GREENWICH. CONNECTICUT A.B. Brown University A + Firrt Year Class, Vice-Chairman: John Bn . ■•11 Moore Society of International Law; Virginia Law Weekly: Student Legal Forum; Phi Alpha Delta, Vice-Justice. Lawrence Parke Watkins PACIFIC PALISADES. CALIFORNIA B.A. Yale University Dean’s List: The Raven Society: Virginia law Weekly. Managing Editor: Student Advisory Council; Virginia I.iw Review: Second-year Claw, Vice-President: Delta Theta Phi. Edward Roane Willcox, Jr. NORFOLK. VIRGINIA B.A. University of Virginia A Interfraternity Council: Cavalier Daily: Lambda Pi; Eli Banana; Phi Alpha Della; Outing Club. T. Foster Witt, Jr. RICHMOND. VIRGINIA B.A. Virginia Military Institute K A Phi Alpha Delta, Russell Alton Wright WARWICK. VIRGINIA B.A. University of Virginia Dean' List: Intermediate Honor : Glee Club: Naval R.O.T.C.: Virginia Law Review; The Raven Society; Phi Della Phi. w George Russell Silverneli. UNADILLA. NEW YORK A.B. Hamilton College A «I Glee Glib: Virginia Law Weekly: Virginia Law Review: John Ba«-ett Moore Society of International Law. Reading Guide: IXcIta Theta Phi. Arthur Allan Smith DEARBORN. MICHIGAN ■! K T Army R.O.T.C.; Student Legal Research Group. Director: Moot Court Competition: Reading Guide; John Bassett Moore Society of International Liw; Phi Alpha Delta. Winder Laird Stabler, Jr. M0NTCHAN1N. DELAWARE A.B. Princeton University Sttnlrnl Ixfjal Forum: Phi Della Phi. Treasurer. William Dowse Weeks WASHINGTON. D.C. A.B. Harvard University Editor, Virginia Liw Weekly. Robert Allan Wimbish CHARLOTTESVILLE. VIRGINIA B.A. University of Virginia A T Army R.O.T.C.: Dean’s List: Intermediate Honor ; Delta N't Alpha: Alpha Kappa P i; Virginia Law Review: Jefferson Sabres: Moot Oilirt Competition; Phi Delta Phi. Lester Eugene Zittrain NORFOLK, VIRGINIA A.B. IVashington and Lee University 7. B T Pi Alpha Nu; Phi Alpha Delta. 23 () F L AUNDERGRADUATES First Row: Fourth Row: E. S. BATES. JR.. ♦HA; 1957...................Chevy Chase. Maryland R. R. BEEZER. 1956 ...............................Seattle. Washington M. N. BERLIANT. AKII; 1936 ...............Charlottesville. Virginia M. S. BOYD. JR.. £AE; 1957 .........................Memphis, Tenner I). B. BURNS. 1957 ............................Belmont, Massachusetts C. C. CABELL. Ki; 1955 ...........................Norfolk, Virginia T. B. CANTIERI. 1956 .............................Lynchburg, Virginia Z. I). CHRISTIAN. 1957 ...........................Richland , Virginia C. M. LOBBAN. 1957 ....... R. F. LYLE. '■•K-: 1956 . F. C. MALONEY. III. 1956 .. S. C. MASON. +KS; 1957 ... W. 11. MAYS, HOB; 1957 ... T. J. MICH IE. JR.. A+; 1956 B. A. MOORE. JR.. 1957 .... I). M. O’CONNOR. 1957 .... .... Aldcrson, West Virginia ...........Norfolk. Virginia ..........Hopewell, Virginia ...Providence. Rhode Island ........Yakima, Washington ....Virginia Braeh. Virginia . .Charleston. South Carolina ....Maplewood, New Jersey Second Row: L. C. CLARKE. ZTA; 1957 ................Charlottesville. Virginia C. A. COLE. JR..1957 ...........................Phoebus. Virginia C. C. COUGHLIN. JR.. 1956 ...............Binghamton, New York J. R. EDMONDSON. 1956 .....................Cladc Spring. Virginia J. T. ENGLEBY. Ill, KA; 1956 ...................Roanoke. Virginia E. L. FOLK. III. XX; 1956 ........................Salem. Virginia C. B. S. FURR, 1957 ............................Norfolk, Virginia E. E. GATEWOOD, KA; 1957 ......................Danville. Virginia Fifth Row: R. B. PACE. JR.. «X; 1956 ... W. F. POWERS. JR.. X-t-: 1955 F. B. PRESTON. JR.. X+; 1956 W. S. SETTLE. nKA; 1957 .... C. W. SHARP. JR.. ♦I A; 1955 W. L. STAN DISH. 1956 ... W. F. THOMAS. JR.. 1957 . J. R. TRIMM. 1957 ....... .Palmyra. Virginia ...........Norfolk. Virginia .......Amsterdam. Virginia ...........Alberta. Virginia .... Charlottesville. Virginia .. .Sewickley. Pennsylvania ..........Pulaski. Virginia ....Chevy Chase. Maryland Third Row: Sixth Row: J. K. HALL. III. KA; 1956 ................................Macon. Ceorgia II. S. HENRICH. X+: 1956 .................................Ridgewood. New Jersey I . C. HYDE. ©X; 1956 .................................. Maplewood, New Jersey I). A. KINKAID. +K+; 1956 ............................Hollis. New York l . S. KNIGHT. -+E; 1957 ......................Charlottesville, Virginia J. E. LEHA.N, XX; 1957 ........................Charlottesville, Virginia 0. R. LEWIS. JR.. ,I,K+, 1957 .......................Arlington, Virginia I). C. LICKI.E, 1956 ..............................Wilmington, Delaware H. S. TROTTER. 1957 .......................Clarksville. Virginia J. R. TURBYFILL. KA; 1957 .......................Salem. Virginia G. P. VI„ASSIS. AT; 1957 ................................Goshen. Indiana F. B. WATSON. IV. KA; 1957 .............................Chatham. Virginia R. L. WESTIIKIMKR. ZBT; 1957 ..............la.ng Island. New Y..rk J. M. H. WILLIS. JR.. AXA; 1957 ........Fredericksburg. Virginia R. C. WOODWARD. 1956 ..........................Roanoke, Virginia R. S. YOURY. OAX; 1956 ...................Maplewood. New JerseyOFFICERS First Semester Second Semester Robert V. Schnabel .................... President ...............J. Samuel Gla eock John F. Novalney, Jr................. Pice-President ............Mareu B. Finnegan Alan J. FiVhl.......................... Secretary J. Newton Nadi John D. Fowler ........................ Treasurer....................William L. Littlejohn J. Newton Nadi ........................ Historian ...............W. I.aird Stabler, Jr. George I„ Cohen............ Chairman. Second Year Class .........................George I„ Cohen I’. Hoge Sutherlaml .......Pice-Chairman. Second Year Class.......1 . lingo Sutherland Kdward G. Moran, Jr............Chairman, First Year Class.......Kdward G. Moran. Jr. Jay M. Weinberg ...........Piee-Chairman. First Year Class........................Datid H. Brown William M. I.ile....................Student Council...................William M. Lilc Blaine T. Phillip ................. Student Council....................Robert F. Lyle John S. Shannon ...........Editor Pirginia Laic Reticle.................John S. Shannon William I). Week ..........Editor Pir tinia hue Weekly.........................William I). Week II. Lee Arfdi'on. Ill......Pres. Student Le ta! Research Grouts...II. lee Addi»on, III Rob J. Taylor....................Editor Reading Guide............................Rob J. Taylor Loui L. Stanton ..........Chain. Student Curriculum Committee..........LouU L. Stanton Mark B. Sandground ........Pres. John Hassell Moore Society.......................Riley C. Gilley William W. Crrenhalgh.... President Student Legal Forum...........Kdward 0. McCue. Ill John C. Howard ............President, Phi All ha Delta............................Cyril J. Smith Thoma C. Phillip ...........President, Sigma Xu Phi............Thoma F. Hairston Mareu B. Finnegan............President, Phi Delta Phi.............George I). Heiwer Donald Iferterirh ............President. Delta Theta Phi.........Lawrence P. Walkin STUDENT ADVISORY COUNCIL FtnsT Row. left to right: Howard. Lile, Novatney, Sehnahel. Fowler, Nn h, Addison. Secomi Row : Week . Phillip . B., Ilerterieh, Moron, Taylor, Shannon, Finnegan, Phillip . T„ Cohen. 25EDITORIAL HOARD VIRGINIA LAW REVIEW JOHN S. SHANNON .... JAMES M. ELLIS .... ALAN J. FISCHI..... LOUIS L. STANTON. JK JAMES S. GLASSCOCK . JOHN I). FOWLER... ..................Editor ........Articles Editor ............Not ft Editor .......Petitions Editor y irgin in Section Editor ......Executive Editor JOHN S. SHANNON Editor MEMBERS It .1 ii l.i11 W. BIIm Robert F. McCulloch Robert V. Schnabel Myles A. Cano James L. Miller E. Summers Shelley James M. Carter Ernest E. Monrad Frank M. Steadman, Jr. George L. Cohen Samuel II. Murray John R. Turhyfill Hewitt II. Covington George I’. Osborn James S. Welch William A. Forrest, Jr. Russell B. Pace, Jr. Robert A. White Philip M. Goodwin Blaine T. Phillip Roland C. Woodward Donald K. Graham George 11. Revercomb Daviil B. Worthy Edward W. Large. Jr. Maurice H. Richardson, Russell A. Wright Robert B. MacWhorter III BUSINESS STAFF DONALD B. IIERTERICH .........................................Buxines, Manager JOHN F. NOVATNEY, JR..................................Associate Business Manager LOUIS J. RICKMAN, JR.................................Associate Business Manager Mark H. Bcrliant Delos C. Hyde Philip A. Kolvoord Alfred L. Evans. Jr. Ronald G. Imbodcn John A. Patten. Ill Allen Kilik Fikst Row. left to right: Ellis. Hcrlerich, Shannon Fowler. Clas»eoek. Skcomp Row: large. Murray. Patton, Graham. Phillips. Bliss. White. Third Row: Evans. Turhyfill. Cane, Richardson. McC"l!ock, Bcrliant, Covington, Wright, Oaborn. Fourth Row: Paco, sheffejr, Richman, Hyde, Carter. Monrad. Miller, Kolvoord. Firm Row : Woodward, Novatney, MacWhorter. Steadman, Welch, Goodwin, Worthy, Schnabel. Cohen. Forrest. 26KIN'TOKIAI. BOARD WILLIAM I). WEEKS...........................................................Editor KECINAI.I) E. FRANCKI.YN ........................................Associate Editor LAWRENCE P. WATKIN .........................................................Editor EDWARD O. McCUE. Ill ................................................DICTA Editor HARRY N. LICHTENSTEIN ............................AVim Editor and Associate Editor WILLIAM W. CREEMIALCII ...........................................Features Editor GEORGE R. SILVERNEU.......................................................Articles Editor THEODORE A. BOYCE ..................................................Senior Editor JOSEPH J. KINDRED ..........................Senior Editor and Neics Editor CYRIL J. SMITH .............................Senior Editor and Features Editor BERNARD II. HAI.I.ANCE..................................Assistant DICTA Editor A. FRANKLAND BRANDT ..........................................Photoftraphy Editor EDITORIAL STAFF E. W. Brittain R. S. Harrell F. B. Pre ton, Jr. J. J. Gnhmoro C. P. Ilowxc L. I. Rice, Jr. A. J. Carter F. X. Kelly P. W. Runkle G. C. Coughlin W. P. Kline W. L. Standish J. R. Edmondson P. A. Kolvoord E. II. White T. Fraxer J. LarMin P. Wilton R. C. Cilley C. G. M »elcy. Jr. R. S. Youry J. A. Patten, III BUSINESS BOARD LOUIS J. RICIIMAN. JR.............................................Husiness Manager FRANCIS C. HOLLMANN............................Associate Business Manager II. WARREN KNIGHT .............................................Advertising Manager II. LEE ADDISON. Ill ....................................................Treasurer THOMAS F. HAIRSTON ..................................................DICTA Manager THOMAS E. MULLEN ..............................................Circulation Manager BUSINESS STAFF R. R. Beexcr S. J. Godrick R. L. Nunley M. II. Berliant T. J. Michic, Jr. W. F. Power . Jr. VIRGINIA LAW WEEKLY WILLIAM D. WEEKS Editor First Row. left to right: Riehman, Smith, Kindred, Francklyn, Week . Greenhalgh. MeCue, I.ichtcnOcin, lloyce. SrxoND Row : Ca»ter, Miehie, Addison, Knight. SiRernell. Kline. Gilley. Fraxer, Nunley, Brittain. Third Row : Patten, Power. Brandt. Preston, (.arson, Youry. Runkle. Mullen. Foirtii Row: Harrell, Beexcr, Kolroord, Berliant. 27OFFICERS President STUDENT LEGAL RESEARCH GROUP WILLIAM M. I.II.K .. ARTHUR A. SMITH .. THEODORE A. BOYCE H. LEE ADDISON. Ill .....Associate Director .....Associate Director Administrative Director Edwin T. Caton George L, Cohen Kenneth K. Fox John J. Kindred H. Warren Knight Allan 1’. Maekinnon Edward O. MeCuc William 0. Mar-lull Thomas J. Miehie, Jr. James N. Nath Roy I. L. Pearson Richard A. Reid MEMBERS William L. Standish Thomas A. Stilly. Jr. David E. Well Stephen B. Wilson Roliert R. Maynard George P. Osborn Eugene F. Dwyer Bernard B. Ballance Dwight II. Moore Dana C. Tmxcll William I). Weeks Robert It. MacWhorter John J. Connor James T. Adams Elizabeth W. Brittain George I). Ilrodigan Anna J. Caster Jerry L. Cowan Charles P. Il»wv.c, Jr. Thomas F. Johnston Francis X. Kelly William P. Kline Roliert F. I.ylc Nunia F. Monte! Firm Row. left t.i right: Smith. I.ile. Addison. Shconi Row: Pearson. Weeks. Knight. Cowan. Miehie, Wilton. Johnson, Sully, Fox. Kindred. Kline. Tiiikii Row: Nash, Mae-Whorter. Reed. Montet, MeCuc, i.ylc, Standish, Kelly. Caton. Howze, Dwyer. 28OFFICERS First Semester WILLIAM W. CREENIIA1.GII .....................................President WILLIAM I). WEEKS ............................................Secretary REGINALD K. FRANCKLYN ........................................Treasurer STUDENT LEGAL FORUM Second Semester EDWARD 0. McCUB. Ill ..........................................................President EDWARD R. WILI.COX ........................................................... Secretary WAVER LEY L. BERKLEY ...........................................................Treasurer A. Frankland Brandt William A. Fone l, Jr. la-win Jono William L. I.iltlcjolm Edward 0. McCue. Ill TllOma J. Michie, Jr. MEMBERS George Osborn Itu elI It. Face Blaine T. Phillip Frank It. Preston Cyril J. Smith W. Laird Stabler, Jr. Edward It. Willcox George 1). Broiligan Louis C. Field . Jr. Tench Fra cr I«acy I. Rice. Jr. Karl H. Velde. Jr. James S. Welch The Student Legal Forum is an organization whose purpose is to bring to the Law School prominent speakers in the field of law and allied subjects. Fih t Row. left to right: Velde. Stabler. June-, McCue. Crcenh.tlgh. Week . Smith, Willcox. Seco.np Row: Fra cr. Michie, Rice, Pace, Forrest, Proton, Brandt, Berkley. 29 ORDER OF THE COIF “The Order of the Coif,’' an honorary legal society, is the equivalent in law of Phi Beta Kappa Society in the college. The society has an ancient tradition dating back, so it is said, to the old English order of the “Sergeants of the Coif.” The chapter at the University of Virginia was revived in 1930. JOHN SANFORD SHANNON EDWARD WILSON LARGE JAMES MEREL CARTER LOUIS LEE STANTON, JR. MARCUS BARTLETT FINNEGAN MYLES ADRIAN CANE ROBERT VERNON SCHNABEL JAMES SAMUEL GLASSCOCK ALAN JAY FISCHL OFFICERS MARCUS B. FINNEGAN ......................Magitter W. LAIRD STABLER, JR...................Exchequer RANDALL W. BLISS ..........................Clerk EDWARD T. CATON .......................Historian MEMBERS Robert R. Beezer Mylc A. Cane Joel B. Cooper Janie- M. Elli Alan J. Fiachl Ernest L. Folk Byron E. Fox John D. Fowler Philip M, Goodwin Donald K. Graham John E. Hall George I). lleiMcr Ronald G. Imboden William L. Littlejohn Ernett E. Monrad George P. Osborn Blaine T. Phillips Ceorge H. Revcrcomb Maurice H. Richard-on Robert V. Schnabel John S. Shannon Elmo S. Shelley Louis L. Stanton Frank M. Steadman Dana C. Troxell John R. Turbyfill Allan Wimbish Robert A. While Roland C. Woodward Russell A. Wright Fm-r Row, left to right: Dean Kibble, Folk, Professor Null. SRCO.ND Row: Professor Dillard, Professor Boyd, BIU», Finnegan, Stabler, Caton, Profewor Wollz, Pr ifc«»or Coven. I'llimd Row : Troxell, Fi-chl, Shannon. White, Kcvereomb, llci—or. Fowler, Wright, Graham. Fot Mill Row : Turbylill, Fox, Imboden, Steadman, Littlejohn, Wiinbi«h, Schnabel, Cane, Richardson. Firm Row-; Phillips, Shelley, Stunlon, Goodwin, Monrad, Hull. DELTA PHI 30 P H ISIGMA NU PHI F ovr Row. left to right: Brokaw. Harwood. Phillip . Sutherland. Millncr. Second Row : Lichtenstein. McCulloch. Knight. Hyde. Berliant. Young, Schcmick, Snedeker. Conner . Titian Row : Addi on, Brandt. Huger. Richman, Black, Lanon, Godsick, Runkle. Cook. Fot'RTlI Row: Murray. Craybeal. Power . Cillcy. Teich, Edmondson, Baldwin. Cohen. Fimt Row: Payne, Kelly, Hairston, Taylor, Cantieri. Harrell. While, Skinner. Sixth Row: Carter. Kinkaid, Kahn, Hughe . FlKVT Row, left to right: Smith, Frarer, Rice. Howard. McCue, Wilcox. Kindred. Witt. Sm:o o Row: Michic, Nu»h. Pre»ton, Pearson. Galalti. Francklyn, Glasscock, Nunley, Thomp- i»n. 1 man Row: Sully. Kilik, Kirwin, Johnston, Robert . Kngleby, Ziltrain, Smith. A.. Taylor. Fourth Row; Velde. MacWhorther, Cadi more. Blatehford. Boyd, Lyle. Henrich, Miller, .Mullen. Finn Row: McKinnon. Kline, Novatney. Forrest, Coughlin, Welsh, Maynard. Frankcl, Jone . OFFICERS THOMAS F. HAIRSTON .........................Chancellor JAMES M. CARTER...................................First Vice-Chancellor CFORCE L. COHEN .................................Second Vice-Chancellor PETER If. COOK .....................Master of the Rolls W. FARLEY POWERS................Master of the exchequer SAMUEL II. MURRAY ............................Marshall MEMBERS Harry L. Addison Joseph L. Baldwin Bernard B. Ballance Mark H. Berliant Robert C. Black A. Frankland Brandt Clifford V. Brokaw Thoroa B. Cantieri Jame M. Carter George L. Cohen John J. Conner Peter If. Cook Eugene F. Dwyer James R. Edmondson Alfred L. Evan L. J. Frana Riley C. Gilley Stephen J. Cod ick Da id L. Good Dougla B. Craybeal Jame J. Gregory Rolwrt N. C ilyaw-y Thoma F. Hairston Richard S. Harrell Thoma P. Harwood Franci C. Hollman Daniel E. Huger Stephen I). Hughe Delos C. Hyde Andrew R. Johnson Francis X. Kelly Donald A. Kinkaid John V. Klein H. Warren Knight Edward W. I-arge John Larson Barry N. Lichtenstein William J. Linkou Roller! R. Maynard Robert F. McCulloch Billie M. Milliter N. Forrest Mootet Dwight B. Moore Samuel H. Murray West cot t B. Northam Robert S. Payne Thoma C. Phillip W. Farley Power Richard G. Randolph Louis J. Richman Peter W. Runkel John Schemiek Jack B. Singer Franci M. Skinner William P. Snedeker HogcT. Sutherland Robert J. Taylor Albert Teieh David E. Well Edward H. While Steven B. Wilton David B. Worthy Robert S. Youry OFFICERS JOHN J. HOWARD. JR....................Justice CYRIL J. SMITH ..................Vice-Justice TENCH FRAZER ...........................Clerk LACY I. RICE. JR....................Treasurer EDWARD O. McCUE. HI .............Chief Marshall MEMBERS Waverly L. Berkley. HI John Blatehford Marion S. Boyd. Jr. Dana D. Burch, Jr. George C. Cabell. IV James J. Ca«hmore George C. Coughlin, Jr. Jerry I.. Cowan Joseph T. Engleby. Ill Thoma B. Evans, Jr. Howard M. Foley William A. Forrest, Jr. Kenneth E. Fox Reginald E. Fr»ncklyn Dr. Charles J. Frankel Stephen Galalti. Jr. Waller G. G-rner. Jr. Jackson B. Gilbert Samuel J. Glasscock llarrv S. Henrich Charles P. Howxe. Jr. Tliomu F. Jnlm»tnii Lewi Jone Allen Kilik John J. Kindred Paul If. Kirwin William P. Kline Daniel C. I.iekle William M. Lite. II Charles M. Lobban Robert F. Lyle Robert B. MacW;horther Allan P. Mackinnon. HI Ccorgo F. Maynard, IV Thomas J. Michie, Jr. James L. Miller Charles G. Moseley, Jr. Thomas E. Mullen J. Newton Nash John F. Novatney, Jr. Richard I.. Nunley Russell B. Pace. Jr. Rov I. L. Pear»on William J. Powell Frank B. Preston. Jr. Richard W. Roberts George W. Sheldon. Jr. Arthur A. Smith William L. Standish Thomas A. Sully. Jr. John H. Taylor. Jr. John R. Thompson Karl If. Velde. Jr. James S. Welch T. Foster Witt. Jr. Donald R. William . Jr. Perkin Wilton l-ctter E. Ziltrain PHI A 31 LPHA DELTASCHOOL OF MEDICINE A “School of Anatomy and Medicine” was authorized as one of the eight original Schools of the University of Virginia. I he School, established in 1824 and opened for instruction on March 7. 1825, was the first School of Medicine in the South. Dr. Koblcy Dunglison, who later became renowned as the author of the first American Medical Dictionary, was the first professor, and the additions of a Professorship of Materia Mcdica in 1827 and a Professorship of Anatomy and Surgery in 1830 started a gradual growth of the School of Medicine. Three diplomas had been awarded by 1829, when degrees of Doctor of Medicine were first conferred. The course was lengthened to four years in 1899, and with the inclusion of clinical supplement through the opening of the University Hospital in 1901 and the establishment of specific entrance requirements in 1907 the modern | eriod of the School of Medicine may be said to have begun. During the twentieth century the School has continued to keep abreast of rapid developments in medical progress through the inauguration of modern teaching methods, additions to the faculty, and enlargement of its physical plant. At present plans for further construction arc under consideration as the School of Medicine endeavors to maintain an outstanding position among its fellow members of the Association of American Medical Colleges. PAUL SMITH President Roger perky Vice-President OFFICERS J. PAUL SMITH ........................................President ROGER II. PERRY .................................Vice-President JAMES R. MAGEE .............................Secretary-Treasnrer MILDRED E. SHEESI.EY .................................Historian 32Second-year students at work in laboratory. 33APPLICANTS William Frank Addington LONDON BRIDGE. VIRGINIA B.A. University of Virginia K A Doan’ Calconon. Walter Linwood Blankenuaker RHOADESVILLE. VIRGINIA B. i. University of Virginia Dean' List: intermediate Honor : l’hi B ti Kappa; The Raven Society; Phi Chi; Alpha Omega Alpha. Henry Gasson Bryan ALEXANDRIA. VIRGINIA B. i. Virginia Military Institute Nu Sigma Nu. Johnson Teel Carpenter. Jr. AFTON. VIRGINIA B.A. Yale University A Dean’s List: Phi Beta Kappa; The Raven Society: Alpha Omega Alpha: Nu Sigma Nu. Harold Lee Chandler, Jr. NORFOLK. VIRGINIA B.A. University of Virginia Phi Chi. Eugene Carl Culbertson PENNINGTON GAP. VIRGINIA B.A. University of Virginia Phi Chi. FOR DEGREES Kurtz Edward Alderman FLOYD. VIRGINIA B.A. Bridgewater College Phi Bela Chi. David Aciieson Browne AM. Harvard University BROOKLINE. MASSACHUSETTS Phi Chi. Robert Judson Camp MIAMI. FLORIDA AM., Princeton University Dean's last; Phi Beta Pi. Robert Lemont Cassidy PALMYRA. VIRGINIA B.A. University of Virginia Stuilent American Medical Association. Secretary; Unitarian Chunning Forum: Phi (,'lii. David Jameson Crawford STRASBURC. VIRGINIA B.S. University of Virginia Phi Chi. Frederick Sterling Davis RICHMOND. VIRGINIA B.A. University of Richmond Dean’s last: Phi Chi. 34 SCHOOL OFYEAR. 1955 Robert Kingston Dulby RICHMOND, VIRGINIA li.S. University of Richmond K £ Jack Sterling Faulconer AMHERST, VIRGINIA li.S. Lynchburg College Nu Sijifiiji Nii. George Wkimkr Goldthorpe CHARLESTON, WEST VIRGINIA li. i. Dartmouth College SAB Nu Sigma Nu. James Russell Green. Jil RICHMOND, VIRGINIA li. i. Virginia Military Institute K A Nu Sigma Nu. Edward Davis Harris SOUTH NORFOLK, VIRGINIA li. i. University of Virginia Phi Beta Pi. Murray Marvin Hausnek PETERSBURG, VIRGINIA li. i. University of Virginia Virginia Players: Nu Sigma Nu. MEDICINE James Edward Ethf.ridce. Jr. NORFOLK, VIRCINIA li. i. University of Virginia Calconon. John S. Fletcher CHARLOTTESVILLE. VIRGINIA li. i. University of Virginia 2 N University Band: Dean's List: Intermediate Honors: The Raven Society: Jefferson Society: Phi Chi. Herschel Columbus Gore, Jr. ROANOKE. VIRGINIA i.li. University of Virginia Medical School Interfraternity Council, President: Student Council: Medical School Cla» President: Phi Clii. James Turner Hamlin, III DANVILLE. VIRGINIA A.II. Virginia Military Institute Dean' I.i t: The Raven Society: Alpha Omega Alpha, President: Phi Bela Pi. Stanley Lee Harris NORFOLK, VIRGINIA li. i. University of Virginia A E II Dean's List: Intermediate Honor : llillcl Foundation; Phi Eta Sigma; Skull and Key : Student American Medical Association, Vice-President: Phi Chi; Alpha Epsilon Pi. Vice-President. Terring Whitfield Hf.ironimus, III GRAFTON. WEST VIRCINIA ll. l. If'est Virginia University Dean's List: Phi Chi. Secretary. 35APPLICANTS Paul Osmon Howard NORTON, VIRGINIA If.A. University of Virginia Nu Sigma N'u. John Robert Kindell LONDON BRIDGE, VIRGINIA B.S. University of Virginia Lawn Chowder and Marching Society: Cal-comm. Dail Wilson Loncakkr NEWPORT NEWS. VIRGINIA A.If. Princeton University Dean' I.i»«: Phi McU Pi. David Parrish Minichan, Jr. PULASKI. VIRGINIA B.S. Virginia Polytechnic Institute Phi Beta Pi. Alfred Dyer Morris POUND, VIRGINIA If.A. University of Virginia Intermediate Honor : The Raven Society: Basket lull; Phi ad. Jerome David Perlman NORFOLK. VIRGINIA If.A. University of Virginia A E II P-K Dance Society: Iaimhda Pi; Phi Beta Pi. FOR DEGREES Carl Judson Kilgore, Jr. CLINCHCO. VIRGINIA If.A. Emory and Henry College Phi Qti. Donald Marvin Levy SUFFOLK, VIRCINIA If.A. University of Virginia A K n Dean' l.i l; Intermediate Honor ; Hillel Foundation; Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Kta Sicilia: Limhd.i Pi; Phi Chi; Alpha Ep»ilon Pi. Trea»urcr. James Bell Magee ARLINGTON. VIRGINIA A.B. Harvard University Phi Chi. Chimek Davis Moore. Jr. WYTIIKVII.I.K, VIRGINIA B.S. Emory and Henry College K A Phi Clii. Berryman Voss Neal DANVILLE, VIRGINIA If.A. Washington and Lee University - It O II Phi Beta Pi. Roger Hobart Perry ARLINGTON. VIRGINIA B.A. University of Virginia A T Honor Committee: Unirernily Band. Pre i-dent: Dean' Li t: Virginia Spectator: The Raven Society; Kappa Kappa P«i, President; Medical School. Vice-President; Phi Chi. Alpha Omega Alpha. SCHOOL OF 36YEAR. 1955 Robert Beverly Point CHARLESTON. WEST VIRGINIA A.B. Harvard University K A Dean' List: Nu Sigma Nu. Peter Weber Reed ARLINGTON, VIRGINIA II.A. Carleton College Thi Chi. Irvin Robinson CHARLOTTESVILLE. VIRGINIA If.A. University of Richmond; M.A. University of Chicago Mildred Elizabeth Sheesley CUMBERLAND, MARYLAND B.S. II tick net I University Bail Check Committee: Women’ Student Association; Class Historian. Edward Pierre Sprinkle MARTINSVILLE. VIRGINIA II.A.. University of Virginia Phi lieu Pi. Richard Allen Vinton. Jr. GREENWOOD. MISSISSIPPI II.A. University of Virginia B O II Interfraternity Council. President; Dean's List: IMP Society: German Club; I -amhd i Pi: Eli Banana: Goll: Trnni : Phi Beta Pi. Dimitri Charles Polizo GREENVILLE. MISSISSIPPI IIS.. M.S. Mississippi Stale College Anderson Minor Renick, Jr. ROANOKE. VIRGINIA H.S., II.A. Harnpden-Sydney College K A Phi Chi. Irving Seidman PORTSMOUTH. VIRGINIA II.A. University of Virginia University Band: Dean's List; Intermediate Honors; llillcl Foundation: Phi Beta Ka|i|ia: Phi Eta Sigma; Phi Chi. Joseph Paul Smith. Jr. NORFOLK. VIRGINIA II.A., University of Virginia Phi Beta Pi. Honor Committee. Frank Grabkk Turner DANVILLE. VIRGINIA II.A. University of Virginia K £ Cat at it r Daily; First Year Social Committee: Dean's List: Intermediate Honors; Student Council: Student Union; Phi Beta Kappa; The Raven Society: Omicron Delta Kan-pa: Phi Eta Sigma; Pi Della Epsilon: P-K Dance Society: LnmlHla Pi; T.I.L.K.A.; Alpha Omega Alpha, Vice-President; Phi Beta Pi. William Wayne Ashhurst J Js |{ CHARLOTTESVILLE. VIRGINIA II.A. University of Virginia T K E l-imbda Pi; Phi Chi. 37 MEDICINEAPPLICANTS White McKenzie Wai.i.enhorn CHARLOTTESVILLE, VIRGINIA A.H. University of North Carolina A 4 Honor Committee: Dean’ I.i i: Calconon, Pmidrnt. Thomas Atwood Wash RICHMOND. VIRGINIA H.A. Washington and Lee University 4 K 2 Calconon. Blair McWhorter Webb VIRGINIA BEACH. VIRGINIA H.S. Hampden-Sydney College Phi Bela Pi. Frederic Ballard Westervelt, Jr. SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA A.A.. H.S. George Washington University Oran’ List; Nu Sigma Nu; Alpha Onega Alpha. John Thornton Wood CHARLOTTESVILLE. VIRGINIA A.II., Antioch College: M.A. The College of William and Mary Dean's List: Phi Chi. O F FOR DEGREES Henry McWane Ware DUNNSVILLE. VIRGINIA H.A. University of Virginia l oan"» List; Phi Chi. Peyton Edwin Weary VIRGINIA BEACH. VIRGINIA H.A. Princeton University Dean's Lbt: Tho Ratrn Society; Alpha Omega Alpha, Secretary; Calconon. Carroll Arnold Weinberg BLACKSTONE. VIRGINIA A.H. Duke University: M.A. University of Virginia 7. B T Interfraternity Council; Student Religion Council; I lean' l.ist: Phi laimbila Kappa. Edward Somers White BLOXOM. VIRGINIA H.A., University of Virginia Newman Club; Lambda Chi Alpha: Nu Sigma Nu. 38 SCHOOL MEDICINEUNDERGRADUATES First Row: Second Row: T. R. CLASCO, 1958 ..............................Galax. Virginia K. H. IIENEI.T. SAB; 1958 ....................Arlington, Virginia I). J. KEN NEW KG. 1958 ...................MrDnnnld. Pennsylvania A. S. I.ITVAK. 1958 ..............................Deal. New Jersey II. OSH IRQ. 1956 ..............................Honolulu. Hawaii R. S. PERRY, 1956 .............................Arlinclon. Yircinia C. II. PETERSON. JR.. 1956 .....................Ilollins, Virginia J. S. PRUSSACK, 1958 .......................Morristown, New Jersey T. R. ROLSTON. 1957 .........................New ll»|io. Yircinia V. I). STAI.I.INGS, AKK; 1958 ...............Il.illimore, Maryland K. I). TUCK. 1958 .............................Monclj. Yircinia T. G. WEAVER. AT; 1957 ............................Urly. Virginia E. I.. WII.DNER. JR.. 1956 .....................Warwick. Virginia E. T. WOOD. TE+; 1957 .......................l-rxingion. Virginia 39ALPHA OMEGA ALPHA OFFICERS JAMES T. IIAMMN. Ill ... FRANK C. TURNER......... PEYTON E. WEARY ........ JOHNSON T. CARPENTER ... .....President Pice-President .....Secretary .....Ttea utter MEMBERS WALTER I.. BLANKENIIAKER ROGER II. PERRY FREDERIC B. WESTKRVELT MUN'SEY S. WHF.BY OFFICERS JACK M. CWALTNEY........................President REl NOLI) E. WEISE.................Vice-President WARREN W. KOONTZ. JR....................Secretary EDMUND R. WEISE ........................Treasurer MEMBERS E. West Bil .cr Dane R. Bogg John V. Bowycr Robert J. (jimp Charles R. Chamberlain William T. Clarke Fre«l N. Cole James K. Comer Victor E. Cornett Bennett M. Derby William S. Erwin Thomas |„ Gorman Lloyd T. Griffith James T. Ilamlin. Ill John S. Hansel. Jr. Edward O. Harris Edgar C. Lawson l).iil W. lamgaker W. Carter lame John J. Lund Frank S. MucDonnell William M. la »ie Frank C. McCue Lockhart II. McGuire David P. Miniehan. Jr. B. Vow Neal Robert A. Nebe ar Charles I . Olingcr William M. Oppenlicimrr Jerome I). Perlman Thomas N. Rucker Wilcox Ruffin. Jr. Paul L. Smith George W. Sommers. Jr. E. Pierre Sprinkle Bruce A. Talmagc Frank G. Turner Blair M. Webb Elisha W. Winfrey. Ill Charles R. Young ladt to right: Perry. Carpenter, Hamlin, Westervell. Weary, Turner, Bl.mkenb.ikrr, Wheby. Fikst Row. left to right: Wei»r. E., Sydnor. Hamlin. Gwallney, Turner. Harris. Weise. R. Sixomi Row: Rucker. Cornett, Rieinan. McCue. Nebesar. Hansel. Miniehan, Lund. Tmiro Row: Comer. MaeDonnrll, Clarke. Winfrey, Boggs, Koonlz. Young, Chamberlain. Ruffin. PHI BETA PI 40Fih t Row, loft in right: |)r. Cooper. Wr»tcrvcll, Kunkel, Sumpter, Carpenter. Dr. Crutchfield. Second Kow: Dr. Jarrell, Cliamberlain, Sprague, Abram, Sibley. Howard. Tiiikd Kow; Thra her, Ilau ncr, Crompton, KoLton. Wildner. Green. SIGMA N U N U MEDICAL-SCHOOL ppm Fi« t Kow. left t right: Kilgore, Reed. Mahon. Llorcns Coro, Jennings. Crawford, Heironi mu . W alker, Wheby. Second Ron : Harris. Cassidy, I,ee, Kenirk, Fletcher, Raynor. Moore Thoma . Ferry-. Peterson. Wood. Tmind Row : llarberl. Ilereaw, Bentley. Clark. Levy. Dilwortb Meehan. Olwine, Warren. Robin on, Ferry. Foiktii Row: Rowan, llenclt. Kennewcg, Ep tein. Hutchinson. Mark . Alderman. Blankebaker. Herbert. He—. FirTII Row: Cavro . Kagdc Scoora . Tuck, Dodd, Wril»on, I-ewi . Fite. Dye. O»hiro. Sixth Row: Weaver. MeVey, Word Clark, Strole, Ayer . Mar-ton, Shreve, Sliaeffer. Seventh Row: King. Chandler. LaPradc Head. OFFICERS EDWIN A. SUMPTER ............................President JOHNSON T. CARPENTER ....................Vice-President WILLIAM L. SIBLEY ..............Secretary and Alumni Representative COOPER I). KUNKEI.............................Treasurer JOHN L. CHAMBERLAIN..........................Custodian WILLIAM A. MANSON ...........................Historian FREDERIC WESTERVELT...........Inter-Fraternity Council Representative Class of '55 Edward S. White Ceorgc W. G ddthorpe Henry C. Bryan J. Russell Creen Murray M. Hau-ner Paul O. Howard Class of '56 Kiehard S. Crampton George C. ThraUier Harry S. Abram Henry II. Sprague E. Lincoln Wildner Class of '57 Frederick Davis, Jr. Mark H. Congdon Theron R. RoUton Edward E. Cahre Phillip M. Levy Class of '58 I—ac S. White OFFICERS ROBERT H. JENNINGS .........................Presiding Senior ROBERT W. OLWINE............................Presiding Junior PETER BERCAV ...............................Treasurer ROBERT II. DODD.............................Secretary Class of '55 Kuril E. Alderman. Waller L. Blankenbakrr. David A. Browne. Robert L. Cassidy. H. I-er Chandler. Jr., David J. Crawford. Eugene C. Culbert- n. F. Sterling Davis, Her-sohel C. Gore. Jr.. Stanley L. Harris. Terry W. Heironimu . III. . Judson Kilgore. Jr.. Donald M. Levy. Jame B. Magee, Byrne R. Mar-ton. Chimer D. Moore. Jr.. Alfred I). Morris, Virgil Atwell Motley, Jr.. Roger H. Perry. Peter W. Reed. Anderson M. Renick. Jr., Irving Seidman. William W. A. Walker. Henry M. W'are. Mun ey S. Wheby. John T. Wood. Class of '56 Elmore Jame Becker, Jack K. Bentley, Peter Bercaw. Andrew G. Brigg.«. Joel A. Clark, George N. Cavro . William D.iko . Guy Morley Harbert. Jr.. Ralph William He , Robert II. Jennings Bennett W. IjPrade, Ia-avie Edgar Lee, Jr., Robert S. Perry, Charle- II. Pctcr on. Robert C. Raynor. Edward J. Sheridan. William J. Thoma . Julian M. Warren. Class of '57 Robert F. Baxter. William T. Carter, John K. Ca«ey, Juliu (i»nn. Jr., Ma on S. Couk. Rutherford J. Head, Jame K. Hick . Hugh R. Howell. Jame P. King. Julian A. Koplen. David L. l-cwi . Charle B. .Mahon. William F. Meehan, Jame II. McVcy. George B. Naff. Robert W. Olwine. Henry W, Poore. Ilaakin Kagdc. Noel M. Rowan, George E. Walker, Turcman G. Weaver. Class of '58 Carh» R. Ayer . Carl B. Caplinger, W. Dougla Clark. John H. Dilwortb, Robert II. Dodd, Robert E. Dye. Arnold M. Ep-tein. Fulton W. Fite. James V. Gallagher. Edmund K. Ilcnell. Robert J. Herbert, Troy II. Hutchinson, II, Jame M. Hylton. Donald J. Kenneweg. Richard I). Mark . Barringer I). Marshall. Ilidco Oshiro, Frederick I). Robinson. George P. Seoura . Charle I. Sheafler. Don F. Shreve. Kenneth I). Tuck. Thoma E. Wilton. III. Benjamin II. Word. 1 I M U 41 0 F P H I C H IUNDERGRADUATES MRS. KVKI.YN BACON A dint; Chairman Firsl Row: I). I). ARRINGTON. ZTA; 1956 A. K. BKDDALL, 1957 .... M. K. BLACKWELL. ZT. : 1957 N. R. CALLOWAY. 1956 .. V. C. CAMPBELL. 1957 ... E. R. COOKSEY. 1957 .... M. I.. CORAM. 1956 ..... ----Glade Spring, Virginia .......Richmond, Virginia ......Doylewillc. Virginia Frarnington. Massachusetts .....Belleville. New Jcr«c ........1-ec.burg, Virginia ..........Warfield, Virginia Second Row: S. L. Cl'TCHINS. 1956 ......................Newp irl New . Virginia E. A. EAMKS. ZTA; 1956 ...........................Cambria. Virginia K. A. ENGQUIST, 1956 ..........................Alexandria, Virginia M. A. FRIDLEY. 1957 ............................Covington. Virginia J. F. HADDON, ZTA; 1956 .........................Richmond, Virginia J. A. HALL, 1957 ................................Richmond, Virginia C. K. IIANNON, 1957 ..........................Alloy, Wen Virginia SCHOOL OF Third Row: M. E. HANNON. 1957 ..............................Hanford. Connecticut K A. IIEADLK5, 1957 ............................Mundy Point. Virginia 51. A. Lai ON, 1957 ..........................Charlottesville, Virginia E. 1. LONG, 1957 ....................................Richmond. Virginia V. A. MARCO. 1956 ..........................................Winchester. Virginia N. K. MOSCA. 1956 .....................................Charlottesville. Virginia A. T. NEW BILL. 1957 ...................................Wirt . Virginia Fourth Row: S. M. NISSLEY. 1956 ..................................Warwick. Virginia E. L. OLZACK. 1957 ............................Beam Fall.. Pennsylvania NURSING B. L. PASCAL, 1957 ...........Ouen Village. New York J. L. PAYNE. 1957 ..................A»hburn, Virginia S. I). PERRY, 1957 ..............Logan. Wen Virginia S. I.. PERSINGER. XU; 1957 .Williamson. West Virginia S. A. REX RODE. 1956 .......Marlinton, Wen Virginia Fifth Row: S. L ROLL. 1957 ...................Richmond, Virginia A. E. SANDERS. 1957 .........Fredericksburg. Virginia E. W. THOMPSON. 1956 ...............Runburg. Virginia V. A. TURNER. 1956 .........Charleston. Wen Virginia I). S. VANCE. 1956 ...............Chilhowie, VirginiaAPPLICANTS Beverly Back WASHINGTON. D.C. BS. Nursing Pwidral, Claw of 19S1-5S. Frances Elizabeth DeHaven PULASKI, VIRGINIA US. Nursing Women' Student Association. Mary Frances Linkkniioker PRINCETON. WEST VIRGINIA US. Nursing Women' Student Aioociation; ILpti-t Slu-ilrnl Union. Ellen Norris Price CHARLESTON. WEST VIRGINIA nS. Nursing X II Women’ Stuilrni Association. ViwPreai dent. SCHOOL OF FOR DEGREES Marilyn Herbert Councill FRANKLIN. VIRGINIA ns. Nursing Rebecca Jo Evans CHARLESTON, WEST VIRGINIA BS. Nursing Virginia Student Nurse A Mciation; Vice President; Viee-Prc ident, Claw of 1951-55. Margaret Lillian Mattison WEST COLLINGSWOOD. NEW JERSEY US. Nursing K A Peggy Ann Thomas DANTE. VIRGINIA BS. Nursing K A NURSING 43SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING “Civil Architecture,” which was an earlier name for what is now Civil Engineering, was included in the curriculum of Jefferson’s educational plan for the University of Virginia. There was no separate School of Civil Engineering until 1837. In 1839 the University conferred only four engineering diplomas, and by 1850 engineering courses had disappeared from the University curriculum. Under Charles S. Venable the School of Applied Mathematics, the first permanent School of Engineering, was established in 1867. and in 1869 the first engineering degrees awarded in the South were granted to four Civil Engineering graduates of the University. William M. Thornton, for many years the guiding spirit of engineering education at the University, was appointed as the first Dean of the School of Engineering in 1905 and held that position until 1926. Under the present direction of Dean Charles Henderson, the School of Engineering has grown to become the largest professional School of the University. In the past few years graduate programs in Chemical, Civil, Electrical and Mechanical Engineering have been instituted. Engineering students find an outlet for extra-curricular interest through participation in the several professional societies connected with the School and in the two political societies which administer student affairs. The Engineering Open House, the Southern Regional Convention of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, and addresses by Senator Elanders of Vermont and Dr. Hardy Cross were highlights of the 19SI-55 session of the School of Engineering. WHEAT WALLEN BORN PAUL SPOSITO President Vice-President CHARLES HENDERSON Dean of the Sehool of Pn tineering OFFICERS R. WHEAT WALLEN HORN President PAUL SPOSITO......................................... Vice-President HENRY E. HARRIS Secretary KENNETH W. PLUNKETT Treasurer 44 RICHARD O. REAM. HistorianEngineering students in electronics lab. 45FOR DEGREES APPLICANTS Ted Manahan Barbour l.ONG BRANCH. NEW JF.RSF.Y R.E.E. A.I.E.E.; I.R.E.; Trigon. Walter Glenard Burton. Jr. NORFOLK, VIRGINIA B.E.E. I.R.E.: A.I.E.E.; Engineer ' Cluli. Nicholas Paul Chopey MEXICO CITY. MEXICO B.Ch£. Fir I Year Social Committee: Dean' Li l: Inter mediate Honor ; Air Force R.O.T.C.: Tau Beta Pi, Secretary: Phi Eta Sigma: A.LCh.E.; Trigon, Secretary. Pierre S. duPont Darden Cliarlotte ville, Virginia B.E.E.; B.M.E. Louis Kent Draucker, Jr. RICHMOND. VIRGINIA BM.E. K r Robert Gerard Gagnon HOLYOKE. MASSACHUSETTS B.E.E. A.I.E.K.; Boxing: Trigon. James Overton Bates ARLINGTON. VIRGINIA B.M.E. ♦ AO Dean List; Air Force R.O.T.C.; V-Clob: Arnold Air Society; I.A.S.; A.S.M.E.; Swimming; Track. Richard Charles Byrom, Jr. AUBURN. MASSACHUSETTS B.M.E. Dean'. Li»t: Naval R.O.T.C.: A.S.M.E.. President, Secretary: Phi Eta Sigma: Theta Tau. Julian Hawes Dancy LYNCHBURG. VIRGINIA B.M.E. Dean’ l,i t; Glee Club: Engineer ' Club: A.S.M.E. Sidney Cheavens Dixon RICHMOND. VIRGINIA B.M.E. Dean' List; Intermediate Honor ; Naval R.O.T.C.; Tau Beta Pi. Vice-Pre»idenl: Phi Eta Sigma: A.S.M.E.. Trea.urer; Theta Tau. Bruce d’Este Flacce NORFOLK, VIRGINIA M.E.E. Colin Ainsworth Harrison SAINT THOMAS. PENNSYLVANIA B.M.E. A T A A.S.M.E. O F 46 SCHOOLYEAR. 1955 David John IIaurand CLAYVILLE. VIRGINIA B.C.E. V.S.C.E.: Gamma Delia Epsilon. Arthur Neuremberg Jksske CASTI.EWOOD. VIRGINIA B.E.E. A.I.K.E. James Irvin Lankford, Jr. VIRGINIA REACH. VIRGINIA B.ChJS. K Dean’!! List; Tau Bela Pi: Alpha Clii Sigma: Trigon; A.I.C.E. Marion Mathews Laszewski NIAGARA FALLS. NEW YORK BMJB. A.S.M.E.; I.A.S.: Engineer,' Club: Frc h-man Football; lta«elnill; Tricon. Philip Edgar McIntyre RANDOLPH. VERMONT M.C.E. e x Chi Epsilon. Randolph Harris Moulton SCOTTSVILLE. VIRGINIA BM£. Engineer,’ Club: A.S.M.E.: Trigon. ENGINEERING James Hopkins Hill, IIF ARLINGTON. VIRGINIA B.E.E. X «l Tlicla Tau. Stanakd Franklin Lanford, Jr. ROANOKE. VIRGINIA B.C.E. Dean-, Li«t: Air Force R.O.T.C.: A.S.C.E.. President: Phi Ela Sicilia: Tlicla Tau, Vice-Regent, Sergio Escudkro Larranaga SANTIAGO. CHILE MM.E. A.S.M.E. Malcolm Hoy Marsh, Jr. BEDFORD. VIRGINIA B.E.E. ♦ A 0 Dean', List: Naval R.O.T.C.: Trident Society: Phi Eta Sigma: Trigon. Norman Hamilton McNair, Jr. LOUISVILLE. KENTUCKY B.E.E. •l A O A.I.E.E.: I.R.E. Walter Preston Nelms, Jr. CHARLOTTESVILLE. VIRGINIA BJS.M.E. Dean', Li«t: Intermediate Honor : Naval R.O.T.C.: Tau Bela Pi. President: Phi Eta Sigmj, Vice-President: A.S.M.E.. Secretary: I.A.S., Secretary: Theta Tau; Engineer,' Club. 47APPLICANTS Kenneth Wayne Plunkett CHARLOTTESVILLE. VIRGINIA B.E.E. A T Dean's List: Intermediate Honors; Rad Cheek Committee; Phi Eta Sigma: P-K Dance Society: T.I.L.K.A.: Lacrosse: Theta Tau. Robert Rockwell JAMESVILI.E. VIRGINIA B.M.E. X John Edward Sommers. Jr. NEWPORT NEWS. VIRGINIA BjMJE. n k a Interfraternity Council; A.S.M.K. James Eari. Wagner CULPEPER. VIRGINIA B.C.E. Army R.O.T.C.: Baptist Student Union: Dean's last: Intermediate Honors; Phi Eta Sigma; A.S.C.E., Secretary; Jefferson Sabres; Tau Beta Pi. James Rawdon Waters RIIOADESVILLE, VIRGINIA B.M.E. FOR DEGREES Edward Rouse Pryor CHARLOTTESVILLE. VIRGINIA B.E.E. X Engineering Review; German Chile Eli Banana; Track; Theta Tau; A.I.E.E.: I.R.E. Ernest H. Salter. Jr. STATEN ISLAND, NEW YORK B.E.E. A T Inter fraternity Council: Naval K.O.T.C.: Trident Society: P-K Dance Society; A.I.E.E.; Engineers' Club. William Curtis Thacker. Jr. CHARLOTTESVILLE. VIRGINIA B.C.E. A T Army R.O.T.C.; Engineering Review: A.S.C.E.: Jefferson Sabres: Theta Tau. Roberdkau Wheat Wali.enborn CHARLOTTESVILLE. VIRGINIA BALE.; B.E.E. B O II Honor Committee; Army R.O.T.C.: Dean's List; Student Council Secretary; The Raven Society. Council: Omicron Delta Kappa. Vice-Pre-idcnt: Phi Eta Sigma, Provident; IMP Society; T.I.L.K.A.: Jefferson Sabres; A.S.M.E.: A.I.E.E.: A.F.C.A.; Engineering School. Provident; Theta Tau, Regent: Tau Beta Pi: First Year Football: l)i lingui hcd Military Student; Engineer ' Club. Executive Committee. Raymond Gerald Zkdekak HAMPTON, VIRGINIA B.M.E. Rapli-t Student Union. President: Dean' I.irt: Intermediate Honors; Air Force R.O.T.C.: Phi Eta Sigma; Arnold Air Society, Vice-President; I.A.S.. Vice-President: Tau Beta Pi. O F SCHOOL ENGINEERINGUNDERGRADUATES First How: (i. r. ADAMS. 1957 ........................Chinrotcague. Virginia K. J. AICI1KI.MANN, JR„ 1957 ..................Hampton. Virginia K. E. ANKWA1 I, -A": 1957 ..................Reading. Pennsylvania J. F. ARMIS1LAD, 1957 .......................Portsmouth. Virginia J. C. ARNESON. 1958 .........................Alexandria, Virginia J. E. BAKER. OX; 1956 ..........................Roanoke, Virginia W. R. BAZ .ARRE, 1958 ........................Covingl m. Virginia C. I.. BEECHER. 1956 .........................Arlington. Virginia Second Row: l„ W. BENNETT, JR.. 1958 R. A. BITTING, 1958 .... II. M. BLACK, 1956 ..... F. S. BLACK, JR.. 1956 .. I). V. BOONE. 1958 ..... J. R. BOUNDS. 1958 ..... J. R. BOWERS. ATO; 1957 C. J. BROOKS. 1958 ...... Third Row: W. G. S. BROWN. 1958 ...................Mercersburg, Pennsylvania J. P. BURKE, +IK; 1956 .......................Riehmond, Virginia K. I- BURKUS, 1957 .............................Orange. Virginia J. R. CAMPER. 1958 .......................Newport New . Virginia C. I.. CANNON, JR„ 19S8 ................Columbia. South Carolina F. II. CHRISTOPHER. JR.. KI; 1957 ...........Franklin. Virginia B. CLEMENT, JR.. 19.58 .................................Roanoke. Virginia I). W. COLHOUN, 1958 ...........................Charlottesville, Virginia Fourth Row: I). L. COOL. 1958 ....... L. A. COOPER. 19.58 .... J. M. COTHRAN. 1958 ..... J. M. DANIEL. IX; 1957 .. R. L. DAVIS. 1958 ....... C. B. DeLASHMUTT. 1958 . II. E. DePASS. III. X4; 1957 I). A. DESKO. 1958 ....... Fifth Row: L. R. DEWEY. JR.. 1957 .....................Arlington. Virginia A. J. D1I.IONE. 1956 ......................Red Bank. New Jersey P. K. DOUGHERTY. 1958 .......................New Castle. Delaware W. B. EDGE. JR.. 1958 .......................Arlington, Virginia J. A. ELAM, IX; 1957 ........................Alexandria. Virginia E. C. FIELD. JR.. 1956 ......................South Hill. Virginia M. B. FORNSHILL. IX; 1957 .................Alexandria. Virginia R. L. FOWLER. 1958 ............................Narrows, Virginia .Ridgewood. New Jersey Pottstown. Pennsylvania .....Staunton. Virginia ......Staunton. Virginia ......Norfolk. Virginia ....Richmond. Virginia ....Richmond. Virginia ,... Lynchburg. Virginia ...........Felton. Delaware ....Greenville. Pennsylvania ..........Culpeper. Virginia ........Alexandria, Virginia ..........Richmond, Virginia .........Arlington. Virginia Spartanburg. South Carolina .....I.cct»dale. Pennsylvania 49UNDERGRADUATES hirst Row: l . M. FRAME, 1958 ..... J. A. GARCIA. 1957 ..... J. W. M. GARDNER. 1958 ... J. G. CEHRINCER. 1957 .. C. M. GILL. 1958 ....... J. C. GRAHAM. 1956 ..... L. C. HALL. 1957 ....... H. K. HARRIS. JR.. SAE; 1956 .....Herndon, Virginia .....Arlington, Virginia ....Baltimore. Maryland .... Alexandria, Virginia Walnut Ridge. Arkan a» ... Waynesboro. Virginia ... .Ontreville, Virginia ....Lynchburg. Virginia Second Row: C. W. HARRY’. 1956 ...........................Arlington. Virginia E. HATCHADOORIAN. 1956 .....................New York. New York N. M. HEAD. JR., 1957 .......................Arlington. Virginia K. II. R. HELI.INCKR. -♦£; 1956 ...........Raccoon Ford, Virginia E. G. HENDRICK. JR.. 1956 ..................Alexandria. Virginia J. C. HENNEBKRGER. 1957 ........................Washington. D.C. T. T. HER INC. JR.. 1958 ..................Fr her»ville, Virginia J. S. HICKSON. KA; 1956 .......................Rustburg. Virginia Third Row: J. II. HIGHFILL. HI. 1956 .....................Richmond. Virginia J. M. HILLS MAN, 1958 ........................Richmond, Virginia J. A. HINKLE. 2X; 1956 .........................Bon Air. Virginia It. B. HOBBS. JR.. AKE; 1957 T. E. HOCKERSMITH, 1958 ... R. M. HOOVER. ♦I A: 1957 ... J. C. HOWARD. OAX; 1956 .. N. C. HUCHES. 1957 ...... Fourth Row: F. W. HUNT. 1959 ....... C. F. HI TTER. 1957 ..... It. J. ISEI.E. 1958 ..... I . T. JONES. 1957 ...... C. I). JONES. JR.. 1956 . M. C. JONES. JR.. 1959 .. R. KELLAM. 1958 ......... P. A. KILCALLEN, 1958 ... Fifth Row: J. A. KOVACS. 1957 ...... R. A. LEAVENWORTH. 1957 .. P. R. LITTLE. 1956 ...... I). LLEWELLYN. 1958 ..... W. T. LONG. 1958 ........ A. II. LOYD. OX; 1956 ... M. A. MACE. JR.. A+; 1956 .. C. W. MARKLEY. 1958 ..... I.uthersvillr, Maryland .....Fairfax, Virginia . Wilmington, Delaware ,... Hopewell, Virginia ...Richmond, Virginia South R»«ion. Virginia ...Lynchburg. Virginia .. Ilohokus. New Jersey .....Pulaski. Virginia .....Cheriton, Virginia ..New York. New York ... Franktown, Virginia ....Arlington, Virginia .South Norwalk. Connecticut ...........Norfolk, Virginia Jacksonville Beach. Florida ......Front Royal. Virginia ...........Sanford, Virginia .........Lynchburg. Virginia ...........Washington. D.C. ...........Roanoke, VirginiaFirst Row: J. J. MAYO, JK.. 1936 .............................Lynchburg, Virginia 1). F. MrCARTIIY, 1958..............................Elmnni. New York . I.. MeCII.L, A+; 1937 ....................Charlottesville. Virginia O. 1, MEARS, III, ATO; 1936 ........................Norfolk, Virginia K. F. MITCHELL, KA: 1936 .................................Harrisonburg. Virginia R. C. MITCHELL, 1957 .........................................Richmond, Virginia W. W. MORTON. JK.. 1958 ............................Port Oak. Virginia F. K. MOSS. 1956 ........................................Paris Illinois Second Row: K. C. MOUNTCASTLK. II. SX- 1957 J. L. MOYER. 1988 ........ J. M. MUSTARD. JR.. 1957 . W. P. NELLICAN. 1958 ..... II. K. NEWMAN, 1958 ...... J. F. NEWSOM, 111. 1957 .. R. I). NOURSE, 1937 ...... J. R. NOWLAND, 1958 ...... Third Row: J. R. ORGAIN, III. +K-; 1956 ......................Kichmoml. Virginia T. W. PACE. SX; 1956 .............................Lynchburg, Virginia A. M. PARKER. -X: 1957 .....................Foil Lauderdale, Florida W. K. PARSONS. JK., —N; 1957 ..........................Arlington. Virginia S. PAUL, JR., 1958 .................................Harrisonburg. Virginia K. J. PAULY. 1958 ....................................Alexandria, Virginia S. PKAKKK, JK., 1957 ..................................Baltimore, Maryland l . F. PKCKENS, 1956 ..................................Arlington, Virginia Fourth Row: J. S. PERSICO. ; 1956 . R. B. PETTYJOHN. A4-: 1957 W. C. PHILLIPS. 1938 .... W. C. RAH MIG. IIKA: 1957 . W. C. REED. JR.. 1958 .. S. C. REID. JK.. 1958 ... E. A. ROSSON. 19.58 .... J. I). ROSSON. JR.. 1957 ... Fifth Row: K. F. KOUDAHUSH, 19.58 ......................Charlottesville, Virginia K. L. RUSSELL, 19.58 ..............................Arlington, Virginia K. C. RYAN, 1958 ...............................Emerson, New Jersey A. II. SADLER. JR.. 1956 ...........................Richmond, Virginia K. II. SCIIll.K, 1958 ..............................Annapolis Maryland W. A. SCOTT. 1957 ..............................Fall Church, Virginia E. L. SHOWALTER. 19.58 ..............................Roanoke. Virginia J. S. SMITH, JR., 1957 ............................Rielunond, Virginia ................Franklin. Virginia ...............Arlington, Virginia .................Norfolk, Virginia .............I.ynchhurg. Virginia .................Arlington. Virginia ......Norfolk, Virginia Greenwich, Connecticut ...Alexandria, Virginia ......................Towson, Maryland ....................Lynchburg. Virginia ................Severna Park. Maryland ....................Irvington. New Jersey .....................Richmond, Virginia ..............New Brunswick, New Jersey ...................Shenandoah. Virginia .........................Culpeper, Virginia R U N D E R G 51 A D U A T E SUNDERGRA D U A T E S First Row: I'uxcdo Park, New York .....Arlington. Virginia ....Richmond, Virginia ----Brooklyn, New York .... Petersburg, Virginia .. Manhawt. New York ..While Slone. Virginia .......Orange. Virginia Third Row: T. K. VIRNELSON, 1956 .....................................Arlington. Virginia T. II. VODICKA. 1957 ........................................Raphinc. Virginia K. A. VOCKL, 1956 ......................Wallingford. Pennsylvania W. I_ WALI.ICK. 1957 .............................Norfolk. Virginia C. C. WALTON, 1956 ..............................Richmond, Virginia R. L. WARD. KS; 1957 .......................Short llill . New Jer y I). I). WEBB. JR.. 1958 ..........................Warwick. Virginia C. I). WEVER. 1957 ............................Alexandria. Virginia l . J. SNIDER. 1957 ....... I). E. SOURS. 1958 ........ T. A. STANSELL JR.. 1957 .. II. I. STERNBERG. 1958 .... F. O. STRAILMAN. III. X+: 1956 J. E. B. STUART. JR.. K. : 1957 .. I . L. SULLIVAN. Ill, 1957 . R. C. TATE. 1957 .......... Second How: C. W. B. TAYLOR. 1958 .........................Richmond. Virginia L. B. TAYLOR. OX; 1956 .....................Oakfield. Witcoruin L K. THOMAS. 1958 ...............................Payle . Virginia A. G. THOMPSON, 19.58 .................Virginia Beach. Virginia R. II. TURNER. SX; 1957 ............................Akron. Ohio :. II. VAIL. JR.. XX; 1957 ................Plainfield. New Jersey L. M. VALDIVIESO. 1957 .........................Cicnfucgo . Cuba W. I). VICK. 19.58 ............................Richmond, Virginia Fourth Row: II. I). WILLOUGHBY. 19.58 ...........................Boyce. Virginia R. M. WINNE, 1958 ...............................Hampton, Virginia T. WOOD. Ill, XX; 19.57 ...................Charlottesville. Virginia R. I.. WRIGHT. 19.58 ............................Lynchburg. Virginia C. F. YOUNG. SAE; 1956 ...........................Richmond, Virginia J. A. M. ZEHMER. 1957 ...........................Warwick. Virginia V. I). ZEIGEN. 19.56................Bogota, Colombia, South America 52hlMxr Row, left iii ri|-hl: Lcjvrll. Trainer. Keild. Moniton. Skcomi Row: Wil-m. Zrnlmtyrr, Kahmii;, Thomp on. Llewellyn. KOIIKRT II. FEILD...... JOHN M. MaeKNIGIIT..... W. McKAlC LOVELL ROBERT II. TURNER HARLEY MORRISON ...... VICTOR I). .EIGEN EDITORIAL STAFF ..........F.ditor-in-Chitf THOMAS R. VIRNELSON .....................News Editor ..........Features Editor PHILLIP TRAINER ......................Planning Director STAFF MEMBERS WILLIAM C. KAIIMIC CARY A. YOUNG NELSON M. HEAD, JR. DONALD W. SPEARS BUSINESS STAFF ..........Business Manager ARTHUR M. PARKER .................Circulation Manager CHARLES l . LEAVELI...................Adiertiung Manager STAFF MEMBERS DAVID LEW ELLYN NORMAN C. HUGHES B. BYRD WILSON THE VIRGINIA ENGINEERING REVIEW 53AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CIVIL ENGINEERS OFFICERS STANARI) F. I.ANFORD. JR.....................President JAMES E. WACNF.R ............................Secretary RICHARD 0. BEAU.........................Pice-President MERWIN A. MACE ..............................Treasurer MEMBERS Jay C. Arnevon Richard C. Ryan C. Whitney Markley W illiam Pulley Edgar II. Bateheller Robert F. Roudabush Louis J. Matacia. Jr. Paul Spo ilo Willaim R. Iljujrrr Alex B. Sadler, Jr. Tom J. McDonald Theodore C. Owen Robert II. Burch Ihmald E. Sour William K. Parwns Jr. John S. Persieo Ramon Custella Donald W. S| ear Robert B. Pettyjohn Thomas P. Kild.iy Daniel W. Cnllioun David J. Snider Sherwood Reed S. E. Liles. III Donalil L. Cool Arnold R. Swart Jn e V. Roja Bernard W. McCray. Jr. Charles B. Deljdimutt Kenneth R. Taylor Jume 1). Rmuon, Jr. R. Harley Morrison Joseph D. East Robert I.. Thompson David J. Snider John B. Qrgain. Ill Willard II. Edge William I). Vick C. Dorsey Wever James Parrish William C. Elev Donald 1.. Wright Tom Wood. III W. I,. Phillips. Jr. Herman A. Erhart. Jr. Robert C. Wilkero.n Benham M. Black Waller G. Hanson Ralph R. FiUwater Robert E. Ancwali Frank Bluck Joseph Steltiniu Craig A. Giescke Tom l . Blue Holiert L. Cashew Taylor F. Turner. Jr. David J. Gillespie John R. Bower Charles I.. Grummet t Fred II. Tolbert Frank A. Gregg Edwin R. Carter. Ill James R. V. Daniel T. S. Garnett. Jr. Arthur l . Hancock Robert L. Cashrn Homer II. Dew Pedro J. Benavides Fletcher 1.. ilarri Cliarle A. Coveil Theodore J. Elder Cesar Castella George B. Ilarri . Ill Hugh W. Davb William W. Fleming Dave J. Haurand Charles B. Hoover, Jr. Marvin B. Dow Richard A. Gill William Lovell Raymond M. Hudson Arthur S. Emory Erl ward M. Halley J. II. Norman Francis W. Hunt Jacob Gold tein Henry I-. Hansen Phillip K. Reis Willard A. Irving George B. ilarri . III Jack S. Hodge Benjamin V. Pcarman. Jr. David J. McCarthy. Jr. Robert M. Hoover Drayton E. Hoffman William C. Thacker, Jr. Robert J. Camper Edward J. Johnson Arnold R. Swart Charles F. Young William J. Moore Joel l„ Moyer John A. Kovaca Alfred G. CeroM Arthur I. Palmer. Jr. Arthur J. Dilione Row. left to right: Gildej, We Haurand, Wagner, Lanford, Gcro-a, Kovac . ver. Dilione. Titian Row: Burch. Colhoun. Elder Kinnier. Second Row: Young. Arncson. . Davi . Morrison. Vick. Turner. Thacker. Norman, Persieo, Ancwali, Gill. 54Firm Row left to rielit- Ferguson. Pntu . Young. Vogel. Skcomv Kov : Cocky. Marshal). Ilaurand. Bradford. Holland. Cuddiliy. Snead. Lasiewski. Brinkley. Ilarriuin. Tiimn R..w : Wallirk. Aiehclmunn. McNight. Bell. Hoffman, Little. Beecher. Virnelson. Gagnon, lachetla. Hodge. FOURTH Row: Davb, Echoic. Craigue, Barbour, Trainer. Pickeral. Harry, Fleming, Moulton. Atherton. OFFICERS CHARLES K. SNKAI) CORDON L. BEECHER PAUI. R. LITTLE F. ANTHONY IACIIETTA MEMBERS F. J. Aichclmann. Jr. Charles 11. Atherton Richard H. Au.tin Tlieodore M. Barbour Gordon I.. Beerher Benjamin I). Bell Wendall K. Bradford Jainea W. Brinkley, Jr. A. F. Carter Nicholas I . Chopey Burnell C. Cocky William N. Craigue Donald G. Cuddiliy Drayton E. Hoffman Marvin I,. Murray Hugh W. Davis George E. Holland William W. Pcllus Charles E. Kchids James I. I-ankford. Jr. John J. Pickeral R" all B. Ferguson Marion M. Lasxcwski I). A. Slurp William Worth Fleming Paul R. Little Charles R. Snead Henry P. Fuller John W. MacKnight Philip Trainer Bolter! C. Gagnon Malcolm M. McKnight T. Virnelwut David J. Ilaurand Malcolm R. Marsh Richard A. Vogel Colin A. Harrison John R. Marshall Weldon 1- Walliek Charles Wr. Harry Edward R. Masser Robert L. Wheeler Eduard ilatchadooriun Patrick E. Moran C. F. Young Jack S. Hodge Randol|ih II. Moulton T R I G 0 N ENGINEERING SOCIETY 55T H E T A T A U OFFICERS First Semester K. WHEAT WALLEN BORN ........................Regent STANAKI) F. LANFORD. JR.................Viet-Urgent OTHO F. MEARS. Ill ..........................Scribe THEODORE S. CARNETT. JR...................Treasurer FRANK BLACK. JR.......................Corresiwnding Secretary BENflAM M. BLACK......................Corresponding Secretary Second Semester STANARD F. LANFORD. JR.......................Regent ROBERT V. SIMS ..........................TiceRegent DAVID J. MATACIA ............................Scribe BEMIAM M. BLACK ..........................Treasurer JOHN J. MAYO. JR............Corresponding Secretary MEMBERS Richard Brail Bcnham Black Frank Black Henry Blanc Riehanl Byrom Hudnall Chrittophcr Benjamin Gofer, Jr. James R. V. Daniel Arthur Dilione Sidney Dixon Harold Dixon Robert Duval Jame I . Duval Theodore Garnett, Jr. Jack Hairy Henry E. Harris. Jr. Ralph II. Harrison, Jr. Karl Dellinger Jame Hickson Jame Hill. Ill Robert Ilobb Michael Hohcrrhnk Robert Hoover Jame Hope Robert R. Ilumphri Ralph Kneeland Stanard l-inford. Jr. Mer« in Mace David Mataeia John J. Mayo. Jr. Otho Mean, III Preston Nelms John Orgain Wayne Plunkett Edward Pryor George Schramm Robert V. Sims Paul Spmito Lauren Staunton William Thacker Taylor Turner Wheat W'allenborn Carol Wolton Frank Wells Robert White Byrd Wilson OFFICERS BENJAMIN D. BF.Ll..........................President GORDON LEE BEECHER ..................I'ice-President DONALD G. CUDDIIIY ...............................Treasurer ROY A 1.1. B. FERGUSON ................Secretary A.I.F..R. THOMAS A. STANSF.I.I......................Secretary t.R.F.. Hbst Row. left to right: Mayo. Daniel. Dilione. Orgain. Second Row: Roberts. Cildea. Spo.ito, Wallenborn. Lanford. Morse. Kinnier. Tiiihd Row: Black. Ilarri . Beall. Walton. Nelms. Dixon. Fleming. Christopher. Ilarri-.n. Fotinril Row: Wells, Hcilingrr, Hill. Black. Mace, Gofer, Thacker. Flasr Row. left to right: Sirgrl, Clevenger. Trainum, Bell. Beecher. Llewellyn. Harris. Sl.cosu Row ; Ferguson, Adams. Barliour, Little, Russell, Zentmcycr. Tmiko Row: Ward. Feild, Mae-Glashan, Craigue, Gagnon, Townsend. AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS AND INSTITUTE OF RADIO ENGINEERS 56AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERS Fimt Row, left to riBht: Cary. Keilo, Vogel. Lankford. Stcoxo Row; Hendrick. Muxey. Dellinger. Hickson, Christopher, Crichton. Howard. Row, left to right: Reese. Nelms, Litton, Walton, Dixon. La cw ki, Hillsman. Skconi. Blair, Sternberg. Howard, Moulton, Sim». Summer . Byrotn, Draucker. Iutni Row: Hughe , larhetla, Dewey, Twiner, Trainer, Dancy, Wallcnborn, Harman. OFFICERS ROBERT II. FEILD.... II. BYRD WILSON .... RICHARD A. VOCEI.... RUSSELL L. McCALLIARD JOHN C. HOWARD ..... JAMES I. LANKFORD. JR. KARL II. R. DELLINGER.. RICHARD A. MUSSF.Y .... NICHOLAS P. CHOPEY ... EARL C. HENDRICK. JR. . .................President ............Vice-President .................Treasurer ......Recording Secretary . .Corresponding Secretary ..........Program Director ......Plant Trip Director ........Publicity Director ...........Social Director ......Open House Director MEMBERS Robert A. Bitting H. Clrnn Branham. Jr. Rodney K. Caldwell F. Iludnall Christopher. Jr. Blanton Clement. Jr. George S. Chriehton David B. Dillard John E. Dorset! Elgin C. Edward Robert L. Fowler Dennis M. Frame Bernard R. Caine John R. Marshall William C. Rahmig Donald B. Richwine E. I.ec Showalter Victor D. Zeigen OFFICERS CAROL C. WALTON.............................President ROBERT C. LITTON ......................Vice-President LEIGH It. TAYLOR ...........................Secretary SIDNEY C. DIXON ............................Treasurer MEMBERS Chnrlc M. Atherton Jac E. Baker J. M. Ballenline, Jr. K. W. Bateman, II William E. Blair Kcnnilh I.. Burri Richard C. Byrom. Jr. Robert I). Clinton Joseph L. Conboy Burnell C. Cosby. Jr. Julian II. Dancy Hugh H. Davb Arthur I). Desko L. R. Dewey, Jr. Sidney C. Dixon Louis K. Draucker, Jr. E. V. Farinholt, Jr. Jose A. Carcia Richard B. Gibson Joel D. Grilling. Jr. Ray A. Harman, Jr. Colin A. Harrison John M. Hilbman, III John M. Hodges John C. Howard Norman C. Hughes Malcolm C. Jone . Jr. Wayne R. Jone Benjamin S. Kelsey Scrgir E. l-arranagu Marion M. l-a rrw»ki Robert C. Litton Allen II. I»yd William W. Morton, Jr. Randolph II. Moulton Richard N. Mueller Walter P. Nelms Bruce E. Newman Benjamin S. Owens Seymour Paul. Jr. Robert V. Quinlan James E. Sieling Robert V. Sims John E. Sommers. Jr. Harold I. Sternberg Loren A. Staunton Allan I). Summers George N. B. Taylor Leigh II. Taylor Lowell K. Thomas Philip Trainer Kenneth L. Turner Thomas H. Yodickka Wheat Wallcnborn Carol C. Walton Harold P. Wasson James R. Water Richard F. Well Donald L. Wright James I). Yea rout AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS 57SCHOOL OF EDUCATION Founded in 1905. the Curry Memorial School of Education was endowed by gifts of $100,000 from John I). Rockefeller and $50,000 from the General Education Board. Originally there were only two professorships in the School, the Curry Memorial Professorship of Education and the Professorship of Secondary Education. A Chair of Educational Psychology and Principles of Teaching was added in 1914. and two years later a Professorship of School Administration was established. After 1919. the School of Education was placed on a professional basis similar to that of the Schools of Law, Medicine, and Engineering, but education students have continued to receive their academic training in the College of Arts and Sciences. In 1928 a program of experimental education and teacher training was inaugcratcd through the joint cooperation of the University and school authorities of the City of Charlottesville and Albemarle County. A graduate division was established in 1950 to offer the degrees of Master of Education and Doctor of Education. At present the School of Education is considering limiting the enrollment to sixty students each year, both in the two-year and four-year plans, to provide better instruction for the individual in his need for practice in teaching fields. Also, ideas arc formulated whereby the School will offer more laboratory work with lecture meetings. The School continues to function as one of the departments in the School of Graduate Studies, offering the Master of Arts and Doctor of Philosophy degrees. FRANK SLAYTON HARRY LEE President iee-PresiJent .IMH.KY J. STII.KS Penn of the School of Education OFFICERS FRANKLIN M. SLAYTON ................................President HARRY E. LEE ..................................Vice-President KATHERINE Mac DONALD ...............................Secretary JESSE J. IIAGY .....................................Treasurer ANNE EVERETT YOE ...................................HistorianDr. Meade lecturing in I’eabody Hall. 594PPLICANTS Mary Eleanor Achenbacii Mel.LAN. VIRGINIA B.S. Education Women’ Student Association; Baptist Student Union. Carol Aui.t Cheape CHARLOTTESVILLE. VIRGINIA B.S. Education Z T A Women' Student Association; l ean’» Lint William John Cudup CROSSE POINTE. MICHIGAN 11.S. Education X Dean's List. Henry Oliver Gwaltney, Jr. RICHMOND. VIRGINIA II.S. Education Dean' List. Robert Coleman Heywood NEWPORT NEWS. VIRGINIA B.S. Education Dean' List; Delta Nil Alplia; Jefferson Sabre . Harry Emmick Lee JAMAICA. VIRGINIA B.S. Education ARE Honor Committee: Air Force R.O.T.C.: Z Society: Arnold Air Society; Basketball; Baseball. Captain: V-CIub: Education Dept.. Vice-President: Dormitory Counselor: Jefferson Party. Vice-President: T.I.L.K.A.; Chairman Athletic G uncil: Dean' List. FOR DEGREES William Henry Brien, Jr. SOMERVILLE. NEW JERSEY B.S. Education Army R.O.T.C.: Jefferson Sabres; History Club; Gamma Theta Upsilon. Marcia Snyder Copper GATES MILLS. OHIO B.S. Education Thomas Oman Edmunds ROANOKE, VIRGINIA I1.S. Education l ean‘ List; Lambda Chi Alpha. Alden Georce 11annum PUTNEY. VERMONT B.S. Education A T First Year Social Committee; Y.M.C.A. Cabinet: Army R.O.T.C.; Crow Country and Track: Jefferson Sabre ; Jefferson Party. Secretary; Dormitory Counselor; Distinguished Military Student; Outing Club. Paul Barry.man Hounshell CULPEPER.VIRGINIA B.S. Education Army R.O.T.C.; Dean’s List; Intermediate Honors; Student Council; Student Union: Tho Raven Society: Phi Delta Kappa; Kappa Delta Pi. Lowell Crista Litten KAKLYSVILLE. VIRGINIA B.S. Education Radio Production Workshop, Vice-President: Kappa Delta Pi. Treasurer: Phi Della Kappa. SCHOOL OF 60YEAR. 1955 Richard Henry Iaitts W AY N F-SBORO, V IRGINIA H.S. Education Ha.kcll.all: Army R.O.T.C. Katiikrink Marie MacDonald SILVER SPRING. MARYLAND HS. Education II li + Women’ Siudcnt Association: Education School, Secretary. Jacob Grady Martin WAYNESBORO. VIRGINIA II.S. Education Westminster Fcllowthip; Univcr iiy Ja u Society, Phi Delta Kappa. John Irvin Melone, Jr. BARBOURSVILLE, VIRGINIA H.S. Education Dean’ List: Inicrmedlaic Honors: Phi Delia Kappa; Kappa Delta Pi. William Horatio Norton, Jr. ALEXANDRIA. VIRGINIA H.S. Education Array R.O.T.C.: Dean’s I.i»l: JcITerson Sab-re : Alpha Chi Sigma. Paul Edward Peacock, III WATTSVILLE. VIRGINIA IIS. Education OX Army R.O.T.C.: Skull and Key : Jefferson Sal.ren; Eastern Shore Club, Vice-President. Barbara Nelson Lynn FALLS CHURCH. VIRGINIA II.S. Education Margaret Ann Marshall CHARLOTTESVILLE. VIRGINIA H.S. Education Z T A Women’s Student Association; Westminster Fellowship: Panhellenic Council. Treasurer. Mary Helen McDuffie NORFOLK. VIRGINIA H.S. Education x n Women's Student Association, Secretary. Charles Robert Modli.n SMITH FI ELD. VIRGINIA H.S. Education ♦ if) V-Club: Lambda Pi: Football. Glen wood Newton Parrish STAUNTON. VIRGINIA H.S. Education Army R.O.T.C.. Lt. Col.; Jefferson Sabres; V-Club; Track. Donald Henry Rhodes NORFOLK, VIRGINIA H.S. Education K sp Air Force R.O.T.C.; Young Republican Club: P-K Dance Society; lambda Pi. 61 EDUCATIONAPPLICANTS FOR DEGREES Norman Phillips Rictor BALTIMORE. MARYLAND B.S. Education 4 r A Army R.O.T.C.: Dan’» List: Pho((i|inipliit Society. Secretary. Robert Lee Sauter BUFFALO. NEW YORK B.S. Education New man Club. Shirley Louise Searson CHARLOTTESVILLE. VIRGINIA B.S. Education Women'- Student Association: Westminster Fellowship: Virginia Players. Franklin Marshall Slayton SOUTH BOSTON. VIRCINIA B.S. Education A K K Honor Committee: Caralicr Unity, Editor-in-Chief: Army R.O.T.C.: Student Council: Education School. President: German Club: T.I.L.K.A.; Pi Delta Epsilon. Lionel Lewis Rowe WASHINGTON. D.C. B.S. Education It 0 II Cari.bne Shuler Saxton SOMERSET. VIRGINIA B.S. Education Women's Student Association; Dean's List. Kenneth Talmadge Shelly CHARLOTTESVILLE. VIRGINIA B.S. Education •I- 2 K Dean's List: Phi Delta Kappa: Delta Kappa Pi. Mary Jo Carter Via CHARLOTTESVILLE, VIRGINIA B.S. Education Z T A Women's Student Association: Dean's List: Panliellenie Council: Zeta Tail Alpha, President. UNDERGRADUATES First Row: I). A. BELMONTE. 1957 ..... B. B. BETTS. 1957 ........ S. T. BOWDEN. 1956 ........ M. S. BRAUNE, 1958 ...... J. F. BROOKE. III. 1958 ... R. J. BRYANT. 1957 ........ W. F. CHAPMAN. JR.. 1957 ... J. L. COOPER. UKA: 1957 ... M. S. CURRIER. XQ; 1957 . Second Row: I. . I. DRUMHEI.LER. JR.. 1956 N. M. ECHOLS, 1956 ...... J. M. FIDI.KK. JH.. ♦KS; 1957 M. E. FULLER. 1957 ........ J. R. HALL. 1957 .......... R. R. HART. 1957 .......... J. 11. JARRELL. 1956 ..... L. P. J EPSON. II. 1956 ... C. S. LEAKE. 1957 ........ Third Row: L C. I.EEDER. JR.. TKK; 1956 K. D. LEVI. 1956 ......... ..........Emporia, Virginia .......Richmond, Virginia ..........Norfolk. Virginia ..........Shipman, Virginia ..Camp Hill, Pennsylvania .. .Charlottesville, Virginia ............Salem, Virginia Clarksburg. Wot Virginia .. .Charlottesville, Virginia ,. .Charloltcftvillc, Virginia ......Ix'xington. Virginia ......Richmond, Virginia ......Richmond, Virginia ..........Halifax, Virginia ..........Emporia. Virginia .. Charlottesville, Virginia .......Arlington, Virginia ...Charlottesville, Virginia Ocean City. New Jersey .....Berryville, Virginia K. W. MAUCK. 1958 f | tt if. . A. I.. MeFALLS. +XK; 1957 L. C. MORRIS. 1957 1. MOSKOWITZ. 1958 J. E. MOYE. £♦»•: 1956 J. M. MOYER. 1958 1). I.. NICHOLS, 1936 Waynesboro. Virginia Fourth Row: C. L. PEASE. JR.. 1956 J. C. PERRY. JR.. 1956 C. J. PRELL. 1957 1). C. R A FUSE. 1956 R. R. REEVES. AT; 1956 P. C. SLAYTON. JR.. 1956 C. 11. STRIMEL. ♦SK; 1956 J. A. TAYLOR. KA; 1956 Fifth Row: J. F. TA .ELAAK. 1956 K. 11. WACNER. JR.. 1958 C. F. W ITT, 1956 R. M. WOOD. X4E; 1956 R. A. YEATTS. 1958 63SCHOOL OF GRADUATE STUDIES The original organizational plans which Thomas Jefferson prepared for the University included graduate study in each of the Academic Schools, but the first graduate department in the modern sense was not established until post-graduate courses in the School of Creek were offered in 1859-60. 'Hie degree of Doctor of Philosophy was offered at the University of Virginia as early as 1880. The formal departmental organization for graduate study was effected in 1904- by the establishment of the Graduate School as a coordinate division of the University. In the past fifty years, the School of Graduate Studies has granted over twenty five hundred higher degrees, and today over three hundred students are engaged in graduate study in twenty seven different fields. Dean Lewis M. Hammond and an Administrative Committee of five faculty members exercise immediate supervision of the School. The new Graduate Student’s Center and various professional societies provide centers of extra-curricular interest where graduate students may actively engage in the stimulation of research and publication in their various fields of study. Aside from periodic meetings for discussion and lecture, it is not uncommon for members of such societies to have articles published in the scholarly and scientific journals circulated nationally. HOB COLEMAN LMORY EVANS President Vice-President 64 LEWIS M. HAMMOND Dean of the School of Graduate Studies OKKICKK.S ROBERT V. COLEMAN ........................................President EMORY C. EVANS ......................................Pice-President ROBERT K, TURNER, JR............................Secretary-Treasurer[lroniHmr.mwnmn Between classes near Cabell Hall, where most graduate lectures arc held. 65 APPLICANTS Kokji Alzaki GUMMA-KEN. JAPAN Special Student Kulhrij;ht Student. Robkrt Lee Anderson MOUNT UNION. PENNSYLVANIA M.A. History Student Religious Council; Wesley Founds-lion. Director; History Club, Archirint. Laddie Heed Bell CHARLOTTESVILLE. VIRGINIA DJEd. Kappa Della Pi; Phi Della Kappa. Uf.nry Bruce Biddle ARLINGTON. VIRGINIA M.A. Foreign Affairs International Affair A ocintion. William Day Coburn NARROWS. VIRGINIA M.Ed. Hiroshi Goto SAPPORO. JAPAN Special Student FOR DEGREES Kugenia March erita Albera UNION CITY. NEW JERSEY M.Ed Women Student Association; Newman Club. Charles Edward Bell COLLEGE PARK. GEORGIA M.S. Chemistry Canterbury Club; Student Religious Council. Secretary: Glee Club. President 1953: Naval R.O.T.C.: Alpha Chi Sigma. President, 19SI. Ivan Bernal BARRANQUILLA. COLUMBIA. SOUTH AMERICA Ph.D. Physical Chemistry Mary Joy Boles BROWNSBORO. TEXAS M.Ed. Women's Student Association; Virginia Players. Charles Frank Dubsky CHARLOTTESVILLE. VIRGINIA M.A. International Relations Henry Wadsworth Gould PORTSMOUTH. VIRGINIA M.A. Mathematics Dean List. SCHOOL OF 66YEAR. 195 5 William Bondurant Hall CLINTON. MISSISSIPPI MM. Leonidas Barros Ikarka .aval SANTIAGO. CHILE M.A. Foreign Affairs International Affair Association. Alvah Hobart Low VF.RGENNES. VERMONT M.A. English O X Cite Club; Skull anil Key . Jesse Gaylord May UNION, SOUTH CAROLINA M.A. Mathematics K 2 Phi llrla Kappa. Albert Hay Merciient ROANOKE. VIRGINIA MM. Charles Hansford Powers CARY. MISSISSIPPI MM. GRADUATE Barbara Diane Hendrick CHARI.OTTKSVH.LK. VIRGINIA M.Ed. Phyllis Brody Kilik CHARLOTTESVILLE. VIRGINIA MM. WUVA Corporation; RadioTclevUinn Work, ‘hop. Masaaki Matsushita HOKKAIDO. JAPAN Special Student Wilkes Graham May UNION. SOUTH CAROLINA M.A. Mathematics K 2 Phi Bela Kappa. James Thomas Murfee. Ill MARION. ALABAMA M.Ed. Bapli«t Si mini i Union; Dean's List; “V" Club; Golf. James Harding Siske PLEASANT GARDEN. NORTH CAROLINA DM. Phi Siitma Kappa; Baptist Stuilent Union; Phi Delta Kappa, Secretary; P-K Dance Society; Lambda PI; Kappa Della Pi. Vice-President. STUDIES 67APPLICANTS William Littlkton Tazewell NORFOLK. VIRGINIA M.A. English A K K Caialier Daily, Kditor-in-Chic(; Army R.O.T.C.; l ean's List: Sluiii'lil Council, President; Conk and Cmils; Virginia Spectator, Sports Editor; Student Union: The Raven Society, President; Omicron Dcltu Kappa. President; Phi Eta Sigma: Pi Della Epsilon; IMP Society; "IS" Society; l.umh-da Pi; T.I.I..K.A.; University Artists Series, Chairman; Course Evaluation Committee, Chairman; Alumni Xcict, Sports Editor: Peters Kudu.m Seminar Committee: Intermediate Honors. Helen Marie Waller TYLER, TEXAS M.Ed. 7. T A Women's Student Association; Virginia Players. FOR DEGREES Dorothy Kate Wall NORTH TAZEWELL, VIRGINIA PhJ). Women's Student A—ociation: Wesley Foundation. Hajime Watanahe KYOTO. JAPAN Special Student Grace Elizabeth Wilson DALLAS. TEXAS DJEd. Women's Student Atsoeiation. INTERMEDIATE HONORS Frederic Aroyee Berry, Jr. Joseph Daniel Brown, III Stanley Pitkin Christopher, III Peter Lewi, Presnall Dillon Wirt Rexford Dull Benjamin Prescott Edmunds, Jr. Edward Elliott Elson Russell Austin Enke Joseph Robert Fury, College Henry Bowen Fraxier, III Carter I.ec Core Thomas I-co Hofheimer Bartholomew Toner ll.ijtan Joseph Joplin Hughe Walktey El me Johnson, Jr. Crawley Finney Joyner, III Howard Lee Ke cr Samuel Rowe Marney, Jr. Arts and Sciences Roltert l-itun.- Montague. Ill Kenneth Wayne Morrison Albert Austin Pear re. Jr. Herbert Allan Pirkford. Ill William Henry Rliue Watkin Leigh Ribble. Jr. Charle, O’Brien Robertson George Baer Shapero John Hardy Thomas Richard Charming Townsend Gordon Robins Trapnell Reidar Arnljol Tro dal. Jr, JoM-pli Wright Twinam John Robert Waid William Franei Whalen Rolierl Boatwright Williamson Raymond Eugene Woody OF School of Ariiiitecture Rurik Friliof Ekstrom John Paul Conwell Hanbury Quentin Cabell Smith Lucille Huflinglon Parson School of Education Mary llokc Slaughter Rudolph Malcolm Wood School of Engineering Jaime Paul Alexander Troy Dawson Chappell Donald George Cuddihy Theodore Stanford Garnett, Jr. Wallace llopkin, Gilliam. Jr. Jacob Goldstein John Goodwin Craham Henry Elmer Harris, Jr. Bernard Shing-Shu Lee Merwin Ardeen Mace. Jr. John Waller MacKnight John Je»sc Mayo, Jr. Thomas Wingfield Page William Walker Pettus, IV David Holt Sharp Russell Irving Townsend, Jr. 63DEANS LIST COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES SECOND SEMESTER Session of 1954-55 The following students, having passed at least fourteen hours of work in the preceding semester, without failure on any course, and with an average grade on all courses of at least H, are placed on the Dean's List of DISTINGUISHED STUDENTS Albrecht. William Harry. Jr. Atseliuler, Benjamin Philip Anderson, Richard Slang Anderson, Samuel Armistcad, III Aneckstein, Arthur George Apple. David French, Jr. Applegate, Shelton Plcn»anl Arrington, Charle Brocken ridge. Jr. Auttin. Arthur Donald Bailey. Sidney Alvin Barker. Kiehard Lee Barr, Jay David Barrrs, Peter Marshall Bayne . Harold lassey Beailey. Wyatt Sanford. Ill Bella, Stephen William Bedell. Frank Cartmcl Bello, Thoma Kainon Bernert. Lawrence Albert, Jr. Bench, Robert Sherrill Bidwell. Hdiaard J.-r.-Bloor, David Trent Boatwright. Herbert Lee, III Bolster, Archie Milhurn Bolster. Robert Nell Bow lev. Andrew Kugene. Jr. Bradshaw. Charles Thomas Brewer, Herbert Martin Brook . Edward Morgan Brown. Joseph Daniel, III Bulat, Thoma Gibbet Bureher. I.inwood Cornell Burke. Robert William Callaghan, Dan O. Campbi'll, Donald Richard Carpenter, William Barry Carr. Albert Ayerst Chadwick. John Patten Christopher, Stanley Pitkin, III Church. Randolph Warner, Jr. Clark. Albert James, jr. Cohen. James Harvey Coleman, Philip Charlr Coleman. Samuel Henry Collin , John Bernard Connolly, Nathaniel Thomas. Jr. Constable. Henry l.yttleton. Jr. Cooper, Charles Ncilson Corson. John Jay. IV Costello, lewis Meyer Cowley, Charles Ramsay Cox, Albert Jone Cox. William Jerome Crebb . Thoma Calvin. Jr. Crocker. James Edward Cromwell. James Julian Dalbey. Richard Overton Daley. William Edward Daly. Edward Fenwick. Jr. Daniel, Robert William . Jr. Dapontc, Kenneth Joseph Darden. Joshua Pretlow. Jr. Davis. Robert Shelton. Jr. DeHart, Earl Wnymon DcMaria. Alfred Thoma Deskins. William Cypher Desper, Paul Carlton deWitt. Cornelius, III Dillon. Peter Lewi Prrsnall Dod on, Harry Lclucc Dowd. Michael Jerome Duff. Wirt Rexford DuVal. Benjamin Sheppard. Jr. Echols, Cestnes Harrison, Jr. Edmund . Benjamin Prescott. Jr. Edward , Robert Cary Etcher, Robert Edward Einwiek. Louis Charles. Jr. Elliott, Charles Roger Elton, Edward Elliott Ely, Bruton Danforlh Emerson, Frederick George Enke. Russell Austin Erdman. Joseph Evans, Bbiekwcll llugg Ewing, John Marshall Farmar. Richard Aubrey, Jr. Farrell. James Franklin Fcild, Tlteopbiltu Agricola, IV Fenya. Mario Deni Flicgel, Robert Allun Forloine . Wallace Macon Kory . Joseph Robert Fowler, Richard Wayne Frailer, Henry Bowen. Ill Fallon, Andrew. Ill Futral, Allen Ashley, Jr. Caudry, diaries I .eon, Jr. Cawrys, Joseph Anthony Gearing, Chariot Edward Ccllmnn, Benet David Genovese, Robert Dante Genovese. Thomas lasinurdo Gilmer, Frank Walker Goebel. Jioeph Akerman Goodwin. Burton David, Jr. Goolrick. Robert Mason Gore. Carter Ice Grattan, George Gilmer, IV Gravely. Murion Sliclor. Jr. Green, Je «e Carroll, Jr. Grie ar, Willaim Howard Guilford. Robert Elli Gunter. Elton Eugene Guynn, Cyru Harding Hale . Graham lee. Jr. Hall, William Harvey Hall. William Henry. Jr. Halpern. Paul G. Hancock. Philip Hurl Harris. I.inda Carol Harris. Robert Eldred Hart ridge. Walter Charlton. II Hartx, William Rogers Heaney, Kevin Meehan Heisehman, Samuel William (Irishman, Stanley Davi lleilberg. Carl David Henderson, William Yancey, Jr. Henley. Robert Page. Jr. He . Charle Edwin Illekin. Albert Tbrossell, Jr. Hofhcimer, Thomas lee Hogan. Bartholomew Toner Holford. Warren Lyon Holland. Bernard Peabody. Ill Holloman. Glenn Alonzo Honikman. Carry Howard Hopkins, Henry Robert Hopkins. Robert Kingsley. Jr. Horton. Max Sharon Howe, Jame Blake, Jr. Howie. Jame Sandison lludgin . Robert Lewi Huger, Benjamin, II Hughes. Joseph Joplin Hunt. Keith Kellogg, Jr. Hunter. Jame Gordon. Jr. Hunter. Thoma O'Driscoll Jersey, Edward Darrell John»on, Jane Chamberlain Johnson, Paul Stuart. Jr. Johnson, Susan Faulkner Johnson, wWalkley El me . Jr. Jone . John Ernest. Jr. Jones. Robert River Jordan. Walter Irvine, Jr. Joyner. Crawley Finney. Ill Kang. Chang Still Kayan. John Barton Keglcy. Delwyn Hale Kinloch, Bohun Baker. Jr. Kramer, Donald Thomas Krause. Frank Walter Krebs, William Lawrence. Jr. Kuvk, Dirk Adriaan. Jr. I-id Icy. Edwin Sharpie . Jr. Cnrson, John WcMon Lawrence. Sidney Herbert Layton. Richard Leigh. Anthony Murray Levin. Ira William Livy. Robert Bruce Lyle. David Allen McCallum, Richard Edward McDermott. Matthew Jame . Jr. Melntire, Kenneth Robert McKillop, Jame Hart, II McLean, Edward Burns MoShane. Jennifer MeShane, Neill McWhinney, Michael Gilder Mack, Tinsley Magee. Norman Ray Makiclski. Stanislaw John, Jr. Mandel, William Jay Marney. Samuel Rowe. Jr. Marshall. John, Jr. Marshall, Robert Earl Meadows. Owen Curtis. Jr. Meegan. Robert John Meek . Benjamin Cameron Mehegan, Charle Coleman Me ina, Richard Michael Miller, Alvin Curti Miller, Edward Bradford Milttcad, Thoma Garland, Jr. Minor. Raleigh Colston Miracky, Robert Frank Moncure. A hby Carter Moncure, Charles Wither Montague, Gilmer Minor Montague. Risbert l-atanc. Ill Moriton, Nathaniel Holmes, III Murray. John Morton Nesbit, William Michael Nicholson, Willaim Stanley Nisiict, William Kenneth Noblitt, Jame Starkey Oakcy, John Marlin. Jr. Olingcr. Ch a uncry Greene. Jr. Orndorff. Robert Beverly Ostrowsky. Howard Sherman Pachman. Stuart Levitt Page. Robert Nelson. Jr. Payne. Robert Mercer Pearson. Lynn Dow Pettit. Harrison Foster Pickford. Herbert Allan. Ill Pierson. Roger Beach l’ilaro. Anthony Marlin Porter. John Francsi, III Power . Jame Francis Priest. Paul Lambert Prioleau, William Hutson. Jr. Psehirrer. Albert Richard. Jr. Purcell, Martin Alexander Rabinowitz, Ralph Read, Isaac Mayo, Jr. Rees, John Nicholas Rcc . Michael Kenneth Rhue, William Henry Ribble, Watkins Leigh. Jr. Rice, Louis Aldcn Richardson. Donald Ray-Riddel, William Johnston Ridenour. Donald Edward Rica. Bernard Kitsch. Frederick Field. Jr. Roach. Melvin Earl Robertson. Charles O'Brien Robertson. Dudley Skinner. Jr. Robertson. Hugh Winfield, Jr. Rohrcr, Charle Hager Rowan, Ijwrcnce Calvin St. John. Anthony Paul Sampson, Joseph Luther, Jr. Sattcrlhwuitc, Willaim Stoke . Jr. Schcinrnan, Peter William Scott. Thomas Dudley Scully. Cornelius Decatur. Ill Seahury, James Congdon, Jr. Scalnnder. John Charle Scbralla, Barry Peter Seward. Albert Lee. Jr. Shissler, George Edward Sicck. Lewi Wayne Siegel, Alan Edward Skeppitrom, Richard Haller Small. Robert Coleman. Jr. Smith, Frank Winston, Jr. Smith, Jack Tisdall Smith. Paul Kent Snoddy, Robert O'Neil Snowden, Edgar IV Snyder. Thoma L. Sonnenblick. Harvey Irwin Soulier, Thoma Dougla Specht, Norman Eugene Squicr. Jame Edward Stassen. Clen Harold Steel, Thoma Dunaway, Jr. Stephen . Walter Leyton, Jr. Sulzberger, Emil Joseph, Jr. Tabb. Waller Crockett Tale. Harry Randolph Thoma , George Bryson. Jr. Thoma , Harry Lee Thoma . John Hardy Thompson, Donald David Thornton, Neal Blair Toomb . Alfred Lawrence Townsend. Richard Channing Trapnell. Gordon Robin Turnbull. Malcolm Edward Twinam. Joseph Wright Vogtle. Je»c Stringer Wallace. Newell Barker. Jr. Warner. Beverly Sneed Washington, John Augustine. II Wheatley. Charle Stuart. Ill Wheeler, Robert Irving. Jr. Whitaker. Alexander Whyte. Ill Whiting. Beverley Whitlock, Elzie Glenn Wildman. Bruce Jenning William . Donald Richard Williamson, Philip Carland Williamson, Robert Boatwright Willis, John Churchill Wilton. William Harold. Ill Wood, Fred Glover. Jr. Woodard, Ernest Linwood, Jr. Woodard. Jame Pope Woody, Raymond Eugene Worth, Jame Hallowell Wright. Crovrr Cleveland. Jr. Zashin, Cerald Mervyn Zirklc, Michael Neale Zolna, Sheldon Emanuel Zuchelli, Atrley Joseph, Jr. 69COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES The University first opened its doors on March 7, 1825 with eight professorships, eight "Academic Schools,” and sixty eight students. At first there was no fixed curriculum, and no degrees were to be conferred. Continued growth for over a century has resulted in the establishment of professional Schools of Law, Medicine, Engineering, Education and the School of Graduate Studies. In 1954 the School of Architecture, the Graduate School of Business Administration, and the Mclntirc School of Business and Commerce were set up as schools separate from the College of Arts and Science. As a result of the separation of the various professional departments, the College is now restricted to applicants for degrees in the liberal and fine arts and in the natural sciences. At present over one half of the student body of the University is enrolled in the College, and many college graduates continue their educations in the Schools of Law, Medicine, and Graduate Studies. The College students are particularly active in the athletic, extra-curricular, and fraternity aspects of University life. George 0. Ferguson, who became acting dean upon the retirement of Dean Ivey Lewis in 1953, was officially appointed Dean of the College of Arts and Science during the 1954-55 session. In recent years the College has made considerable progress toward higher academic standards by an increase in required courses and an extension of its scholarship program. HATCH KCHOLS MEL ROACH President Vice-President 70 OFFICERS College C. HARRISON KCHOLS. JR...........................President MELVIN K. ROACH ....................................Vice-President LEWIS M. COSTKI.I.O ............................Secretary-Treawrer MOSELEY I.. PITNEY, JR...................................Historian Architecture HENRY J. BROWNE.............. MELVIN S. KRAUSE, JR......... RICHARD C. BULl.............. RUKIK F. ECKSTROM ........... HERBERT E. WILSON. JR........ .......President . .Vice-President .......Secretary ......Treasurer .......HistorianTHOMAS K. FITZPATRICK Director of the School of Architecture HENRY J. BROWNE 'resident of the School of Architecture. 71APPLICANTS Antonio G. Acuna CARTAGENA. COLOMBIA li.S. Architecture American Institute of Architect : Alpha Kim Chi. William Clinton Aden. Jk. MEMPHIS. TENNESSEE li.A. Philosophy Dean’ Lit!; Intermediate Honor : Philosophy Club; Outine Club. Horace Brockman Anderson JOHNSTOWN. PENNSYLVANIA II.A. Biology A First Year Social Committer; Dean' List: Corks ami Ci-'uls; P-K Dance Society; Skull and Keys: Swimming Team; V-Club. Cary W. Armstrong RICHMOND. VIRGINIA B.A. Physics O X Dean' Li t. William James Arthur LYNCHBURG, VIRGINIA B.S. Business Administration John Joseph Baf.chf.r. Jr. NORFOLK, VIRGINIA B.A. History B O II FOR DEGREES James Francis Adams SEWICKLEY. PENNSYLVANIA B.A. History Dean' List. Benjamin Philip Alsciiuler AURORA. ILLINOIS B.A. Political Science 7. B T Dean's List: Virginia Spectator; Naval R.O.T.C.: Trident Society: Pi Delta Epsilon: P-K Dance Society: Skull and Keys. Ernest Augustus Arend. Jr. ALLENIIURST, NEW JERSEY B.A. Economics •I K X Skull and Key : V-Cluh: Golf. Charles Breckenridce Arrington, Jr. CHEVY CHASE. MARYLAND B.A. Economics 4 P A Cavalier Daily, Editor-in-chief; First Year Social Committee: Dean' Lift; Student Counci: Virginia Spectator, Sport Editor; Naval R.O.T.C.; Trident Society; Pi Delta Ep ilon, President: IMP Society: JrfTcr on Society: P-K Dance Society; Limhda Pi: T.I.L.K.A.: Course Evaluation Committee: Vice-President, Board of Directors; Virginia Spectator Corporation; Delta Sigma PI; Ijtwn Chowder and Marching Society. Robert Person Auekscii COS COB. CONNECTICUT B.A. Political .Science A + German Club: lambda Pi: Eli Banana. Leland Baker, Jr. WAYNESBORO. VIRGINIA B.S. Commerce K A Cavalier Daily, Westminster Fellowship; WUVA Corporation: Virginia Spectator; Y.M.C.A.; Skull and Keys. COLLEGE OF 72YEAR. 1955 Barry Donald Baiik NORFOLK, VIRGINIA B.S. Commerce a k n Army R.O.T.C.: Wild Foundation; Jeffcr- i n Sabre Honorary Military Society: Armed Force CommunicatioBi A ociation, Viee-Prc ident and President. Frank Cart.mkl Bedell JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA B.A. Economics SAB Intrrfratrrnity Council. Governing Board: Dean’ I.i«t: Naval R.O.T.C.: Limbda PI; Sigmn Alpha Ep»ilon, Preddent. Benjamin Youncman Bigler. Jr. BUFFALO. NEW YORK If.A. History 0 A X Army R.O.T.C.: Jcffer on Sabre : Jefferwn Society: lambda Pi; P-K Dance Society. John James Board. Ill LYNCH STATION. VIRGINIA B.S. Accounting X N Dean’ I.i’t: Della Sigma Pi. George Alvin Bock UNION. NEW JERSEY B.S. Architecture Dean' I.bl: American In titutr of Architect : Air Force R.O.T.C.. Commissioned June 1953: Arnold Air Society; Alpha Rhn Chi, President 1951-55. Archie Milburn Bolster ARLINGTON. VIRGINIA If.A. Foreign Affairs Y.M.C.A. Cabinet, Secretary; International Affair Awoeiation, Prc idcnl; We»tmin ter Fellowship: Dean’ IjM; Intermediate Honor : Naval R.O.T.C.: Trident Society. Treasurer: The Raven Society, Treasurer: Jef-ferwn Society. Treasurer, Vice-President; Catmlitr Daily; Firat Year Social Committee. ARTS AND John Thomas Bazzarre ORANGE. VIRGINIA IIS. Business Administration K A Interfraternity Council, Governing Board; First Year Social Committee; Dean’ List: Cook ami Ci kls: Student Committee: P-K Dance Society: lambda Pi; T.I.L.K.A.; Kappa Alpha Order. President: Varsity Ba e-ball, Manager; “V” Club; Judiciary Committee. Walter Anthony Betancourt FLUSHING. NEW YORK B.S. Architecture A T A.I.A.; Alpha Rho Chi, Secretary. John Anthony Black. Jr. RICHMOND, VIRGINIA B.A. Physics Dean’ Lint. H. Lee Boatwriciit, III SOMERS. VIRGINIA B.A. Spanish X A K Cavalier Daily; Fir l Year Social Committee: Dean’ List: Virginia Spectator; Naval R.O.T.C.: Trident Society: Spanish Club; German Club; Skull and Key ; Head Manager. Tenni : "V” Club, Intermediate Honor . Carl Siegfried Bohm LAKEWOOD. OHIO B.A. Geology 0 X William Barton Rodger Geological Society, Pre ident. V VAI- DAKIvi IJOONL JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA B.A. History «I I A Naval R.O.T.C.: Trident Society; | -K Dance Society: Skull an l Key . SCIENCES 73APPLICANTS FOR DEGREES Charles Bosak ISLIP. NEW YORK B.A. Economics Dean’s List. Clarence Henry Breedlove. Jr. STILLWATER. OKLAHOMA B.A. Biology + 2 K Army R.O.T.C.. Captain: JcfTcrM.n Soricly: Virgin!’ Players: wlJVA Announcer: J offer-mn Sabres: Swimming: Distinguished Military Student. George Robert Browner. Jr. LYNCHBURG. VIRGINIA BS. Commerce 2 A E First Year Social Committee: Virginia Spectator: Air Force R.O.T.C.: Lambda Pi. Douglas Ward Burnette ALEXANDRIA. VIRGINIA B.A. Physics Army R.O.T.C.; Monroe Rill cm Jefferson Sabre : University Photographic Society. Treasurer. President: Dean' Li»t. Edward Rigan Bywaters WAKRKNTON. VIRGINIA B.S. Architecture American In titute of Arcbiteet : Air Force R.O.T.C.; Umlwla Chi Alpha. Albert Ayerst Carr McKENNEY. VIRGINIA B.A. Chemistry 2 E Cavalier Daily; Dean" l.i t: Track. Alexander Stewart Bowers COOPERSTOWN. NEW YORK B.S. Architecture X First Year Social Committee: Army R.O.T.C.: WIJVA Corporation: Corks and Ci iii.s. Advertising Manager: American In- 'itulc of Architect ; JrlTi-rM.ii Sabre : Pi Delta En.ilon: German Club: Skull and Key ; University of Virginia Polo Club. Treasurer. 1951, Vice-President, 19.53. Henry James Browne NORTH IIAVEN. CONNECTICUT BS. Architecture 2 ■«• F. Honor Committee: Army R.O.T.C.: Engineering Review. Art Editor: American In- 'it"te of Architects. President: Jcffernon Sabre . President: President of Architectural School: Sigma Phi Epsilon. Vice-President: Scarab Fraternity. Treasurer: Skull and Key . Thomas Gibbes Buist CHARLESTON. SOUTH CAROLINA B.A. Psychology B O II Kir t Year Social Gimmittce: Dean" List: Glee Club: Air Force R.O.T.C.: Skull and Key . William Joseph Butler Jr. CHEVY CHASE. MARYLAND B.A. English A K 1{ Cavalier Daily: Student Union; Air Force R.O.T.C.: Intrancral Office. President: Delta Kapna Epsilon. Treasurer: “V" Club; German Club: Skull and Key . Trea urcr: T.I.L.K.A.: First Year Social Committee. John Jeffrkss Cardwell RICHMOND. VIRGINIA B.A. Psychology K A First Year Social Committee: Canterbury Club: Skull and Keys. George C. Carter, Jr. BALTIMORE. MARYLAND B.A. Psychology A T Cutulier Daily; First Year Social Gimmittee: Newman Club. COLLEGE 74 OFYEAR. 1955 Miles Cary, Jr. RICHMOND. VIRGINIA It.A. History •f K 2 Dean's l.i t; Pi Della Epsilon: German Club; Lambda Pi; Associate Business Manager. Cork and Curls. Haroi.d Joseph Cloutier DANVIIJ.K. VIRGINIA ..S', Business Administration First Year Social Commit Ice; Army R.O.T.C.: Newman Club. Vice-President: University Religious Council. President; Sludenl Union: Glee Club: Jefferson Sabres: Nat. Del. Trans. Aw c.: Intramural Council; Dormitory Counselor; Student Union-O.D.K. Counselor. Christopher Taylor Collins GREAT NECK. NEW YORK B.A. Chemistry WUVA Corporation: Glee Club: Naval R.O.T.C.: Track. Lewis Meyer Costello HERNDON. VIRGINIA B.A. Economics + P A Baptist Student Union: Dean’s last: Intermediate Honors; Air Force R.O.T.C.: Ar-nold Air Society: Independent Intramural Council. President: Jefferson Society: Secretary-Treasurer of the College: Cross- Country Track: “V” Club: Raven Society: Alpha Kappa Psi. Treasurer; Skull anti Keys: T.I.L.K.A. Hari.in William Crandall ARLINGTON, VIRGINIA B.A. English 1 D K Dean’s I.bl; Air Force R.O.T.C.: Virginia Players: WUVA Announcer: Punch and Julep Club; Sktdl and Keys; Caxatirr Daily. Arnold E. Crotty PRINCETON, WEST VIRGINIA B.S. Business Administration Albert James Clark, Jr. RABAT, FRENCH MOROCCO B.A. Foreign Affairs © X First Year Social Committee: International Affairs Association; Dean’ List; Air Force K.O.T.C.: Arnold Air Society: P-K Dance Society; Skull anti Keys: Theta Chi, Vice-President. William Morgan Cochran, Jr. PARKERSBURG. WEST VIRGINIA B.A. Psychology S A E First Year Social Committee: Dean's List: Jefferson Society; Lambda Pi: Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Secretary: l-awn Chowder and Marching Society. Craig Mancan Copper gates MILLS. OHIO ..S’. Architecture A T ft American Institute of Architect : Air Force R.O.T.C.; Arnold Air Society; Polo Club: Lambda Pi. Charles Ramsay Cowley EAGLE ROCK. VIRGINIA B.A. Chemistry William Briccs Creech. Jr. MANSFIELD. OHIO B.S. Commerce 2 A E V-Club; Lambda Pi; Eli Banana: Boxing; Soccer: 1-awn Chowder anti Marching Society. Christopher Scott Crowell CARDEN CITY. NEW YORK B.S. Commerce •PA© University Band anti Orchestra; Alpha Kappa Psi: l-ambda Pi; Boxing. SCIENCES 75 ARTS ANDAPPLICANTS John William Cutler CHARLOTTESVILLE. VIRGINIA B.A. Rural Social Economics G X Dean’s List: Air Force R.O.T.C.: Kappa Kappa I’m: Skull and Keys. Alan Arnold Diamonstein HAMPTON, VIRGINIA B.S. Commerce •t E n University Rand; Dean’s List: Hillel Foundation: Skull and Keys. John Jay Dietz DOYLESTOWN, PENNSYLVANIA B.A. English ■P X K Skull and Keys; Virginia Players: Punch and Julep Club. Mitchell Joe Dreese ARLINGTON. VIRGINIA B.A. Psychology G X Army R.O.T.C.; Dean's List: U. Va. Cane Club: Army R.O.T.C. Rifle Team; German Club; Lambda Pi; Jefferson Sabres. Wirt Rexford Duff CHARLESTON. WEST VIRGINIA B.A. Chemistry Rapist Student Union: Dean’s List: Intermediate Honors; Phi Eta Sigma. Caldwell Norton Dugan ST. PETERSBURG. FLORIDA B.S. in Architecture X X American Institute of Architects: Architectural Council; Alpha Rho Chi. FOR DEGREES Samuel Ldward Darnell ORANGE. VIRGINIA B.S. Architecture American Institute of Architects. John Lawson Dickinson LAKEWOOD. OHIO B.S. Commerce O X Inter fraternity Council: WUVA Corporation; Naval R.O.T.C.: Trident Society: Delta Sigma Pi; P-K Dance Society: lambda Pi: Theta Chi. President. Clarence Rich Diffendkrffer, Jr. RICHMOND. VIRGINIA B.A. English A 1 Catxtlier Daily. Associate Sports Editor Army R.O.T.C.. Distinguished Military Stu dent: Rad Cheek Committee, Chairman Student Council: Glee Club: Cross Country Larosoe: Pi Delta Epsilon: Jefferson Society Secretary: Skull and Key : T.I.L.K.A. Executive Committee of Dormitory Coun c ors: Student Vestry, St. Paul's Church Student Union O.l).K. Counselor; First Year Social Gimmittce. Lee Pendleton Dudley RICHMOND, VIRGINIA B.A. Economics A 'P First Year Social Committee: Dean’s List: Corks and Curls, Advertising Manager: Student Union: Air Force R.O.T.C.; V-Club: Pi Della Kp»it«n: P-K Dance Society. Treasurer: Skull and Keys. Secretary; T.I.I-K.A.; Tennis; Soccer. David Walker Duffy WORCESTER. MASSACHUSETTS B.A. Rural Social Economics •P K 'P Interfraternity Council; ODK Counselor: German Club: Limbda Pi; Lacrosse; Phi Kappa Psi. President. James Curtis Dunn, Jr. JACKSON HEIGHTS. NEW YORK B.A. History ■P I' A Army R.O.T.C.: Newman Club; Jefferson Sabres; Skull and Keys: Soccer; Lacrosse. 76 COLLEGE OFYEAR. 1955 Gessnf.r Harrison Echols, Jr. CHARLOTTESVILLE. VIRGINIA IS.A. Physics A K B Honor Committee, Chairman: Inter fraternity Council; Fiml Year Social Committee, President; Dean’ I.i t; Intermediate Honor ; Conk a d Ci'tit. . Sport Editor; Student Union: Course Evaluation Committee. Chairman; President, College: Phi Beta Kappa; The Raven Society; Omicron Delta Kappa; Phi Eta Sigma; IMP Society: Skull and Key ; Eli Hanana; Tenni ; “V” Club; Della Kappa Ep«ilon, Pre»ident. Frederick George Emerson ARLINGTON, VIRGINIA IS.A. Philosophy Glee Club, l’re»ident: Philosophy Club: Tuesday Evening OineeM Board. President; Jeffcr-m Society: Dean’ List: Student Union: Monroe Rifles, Commander; Jefferson Sabre ; Army R.O.T.C. Arthur Marshall Fass NORFOLK, VIRGINIA IS.A. Economics ♦ K II Interfraternity Council; llillcl Foundation: Naval R.O.T.C.: Trident Society; Lambda Pi. Tiieophilus A. Feii.d, III CHARLESTON, WEST VIRGINIA IS.A. in Political Science II K A Army R.O.T.C.: Dean’ Li»t; Skull and Key . Roger Humphrey Fitch CROSSE POINTS FARMS. MICHIGAN B.A. Economics x X Y.M.C.A. Cabinet. Pre idcnl; WUVA Corporation: Glee Club; lambda Pi. George Burgess Flesh.man WAYNE, WEST VIRGINIA B.A. Geology THE University Band; Army R.O.T.C.: Virginia Spectator; Glee Club; Wesley Foundation; Kappa Kappa P i; latmbda Pi. ARTS AND Stuart Allan Kicks BROOKLYN. NEW YORK IS.A. Biology A B II Cavalier Daily; Fir»t Year Soeial Committee: llillel Foundation; Laboratory A i»t-■nt. Comparative Anatomy; Skull and Key . William Warren Epstein ATLANTA. GEORGIA B.A. Economics 4 E II Army R.O.T.C.: Lambda Pi. John Benton Fassbtt TUNKHANNOCK, PENNSYLVANIA B.A. Speech THE Tau Kappa Ep'ilon. Vice-President; Inter-fraternity Council; WUVA Corporation: Virginia Spectator: Virginia Debater : Air Force R.O.T.C.: P-K Dance Society; Lambda Pi: Swimming; V-Club. James Phillips Finch RICHMOND. VIRGINIA B.A. Architecture A T Glee Club; Naval R.O.T.C.; American Institute of Architect . Peter Jerry Fitzgerald HERNDON, VIRGINIA B.S. Commerce A K K Cavalier Daily; Fir»l Year Social Committee; Skull and Key ; Ba ketball. William Herbert Florence, Jr. ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA B.A. History X !■ K First Year Social Committee: R.O.T.C.: WUVA Corporation; Student Union; lambda Pi; Jefferson Sabre . SCIENCES 77APPLICANTS Frederick Bruce Forward, Jr. PENN 1.AIRI). VIRGINIA R.A. Psychology A 0 IlfjnV l.i»i: l«nmbda Pi; Assistant Senior Manager n( Intramural . Daniel Morgan Frakes CHARLOTTESVILLE. VIRGINIA R.A. English X ♦ Army R.O.T.C.: L.iml»la Pi; Baseball. John Vaugiian Garland NORFOLK. VIRGINIA R.A. Economics AKK Inlrrfraternity Council (summer). President; Cavalier Daily; First Year Social Committee; Air Force R.O.T.C.: Arnold Air Society: Cerman Club. Vice-President and President: Skull and Keys; Eli Banana: “V" Club: Basketball: Baseball. Pbtf.r Harry Giannopoulos IIAVERTOWN. PENNSYLVANIA R.A. Psychology Army R.O.T.C.: Dean's last: Intermediate Honors: Jefferson Sabres. Thomas Bedford Glascock UPPERVILLE, VIRGINIA R.A. Economics A «b Co«KS AMI Curls: Virginia Spectator; Lambda Pi; Cross Country Team. Manager. Stanley Graham Gold PORTSMOUTH. VIRGINIA R.S. Commerce A E n Interfraternity Council: Army K.O.T.C.: Hillel Foundation: Skull and Keys; Jefferson Sabres. FOR DEGREES Kdward Shelton Fraher, Jr. BLACK STONE, VIRGINIA R.S. Architecture ATI) University Band; Army R.O.T.C.; American Institute of Architects; Alpha Rho Chi; Skull and Keys; Cross Country. Bernard Fruchtman BROOKLYN. NEW YORK R.A. Riology A K II Alpha Epsilon Pi. Vice-President and Secretary: Army R.O.T.C.; Dean's List; Hillel Foundation. Secretary: Jefferson Society; Skull and Keys. Walter Pitzer Garst SALEM. VIRGINIA R.A. History Alexander Gordon Gilliam, Jr. BETIIESDA, MARYLAND R.A. History B 11 First Year Social Committee; Canterbury Club: Co«ks ami Ct hls, Associate Editor; Student Union. President; Jrfferson Society: Lambda Pi: T.I.L.K.A.; "V" Club; Cross Country, Manager: Lawn Chowder and Marching Society. James Millard Clave ASHLAND, VIRGINIA R.S. Architecture ♦ K 2 American Institute ol Architects; Scarab Fraternity. President: Alpha Rho Chi, Secretary. Carter Lee Gore STAUNTON. VIRGINIA R.A. Philosophy Dean's Ijst; Intermediate Honors; Phi Eta Sigma; Philosophy Club; Raven Society. COLLEGE OF 78YEAR. 1955 Galt Grant WESTON. MASSACHUSETTS BS. Comm err r 2 t First Year Social Committee: Student Union: Naval R.O.T.C.: Della Sigma Pi. Cecil Conard Graves, Jr. STANLEY. VIRGINIA B.A. Mathematics Naval R.O.T.C. Robert Dudley Greer BEL AIR. MARYLAND B.A. Economics •I A 0 German Club: Lambda Pi: Crow Country. Captain: Track: V-Club. J. Lawrence Grim, Jr. PERKASIE. PENNSYLVANIA B.A. Political Science •b PA Cavalier Daily; Armv R.O.T.C.: Dean" Li l; Jefferson Society: lambda Pi. Thomas Gustafson CHARLOTTESVILLE. VIRGINIA B.A. Foreign Affairs International Affair Association. Secretary: Dean' List: Army R.O.T.C. Donald Lindsay Hanback ALEXANDRIA. VIRGINIA B.A. Sociology II K A Interlraternity Council: Dean List: P-K Dance Society; Skull and K- »; Intramural Council, Vice-President. George Gilmer Grattan, IV HARRISONBURG, VIRGINIA B.A. Psychology A ♦ Interfratcrnitv Council, Pre idenl: First Year Social Committee: Dean' List; Stu. dent Union: IMP Society: Lambda Pi; T.l. L.K.A.: “V" Club. Vice-President: Varsity Basketball; Captain of Varsity Track; Army R.O.T.C. John Dagworthy Gray WAVERLY, VIRGINIA B.A. Economics «I K 2 Interfraternity Council. President: Dean' l.i.t: Cork9 a.nd Curls: P-K Danee Society; Limbila Pi; Eli Banana. Pre ident; Baseball. William Howard Griesar FOREST HILLS, NEW YORK B.A. Economics Dean’ List; Alpha Kappa P»i. President. Robert Ellis Guilford SHAKER HEIGHTS. OHIO B.A. Philosophy d E II Cavalier Daily; First Year Social Committee: Dc n's List; Intermediate Honors: Glee Cb'b: The Raven Society; Phi Eta Sigma: Jefferson Society: Skull and Keys: Monroe Rifle : Philosophy Club: Swimming; Army R.O.T.C. Samuel Hairston, III CASCADE. VIRGINIA B.A. Economics 2 J E Cavalier Daily. Circulation Manager; First Year Social Committee: Student Union: Air Force R.O.T.C: Della Sigma Pi; P-K Dance Society: Lambda Pi: Hap Arnold Air Society. Donald Christian Hannah HINSDALE. ILLINOIS B.S. Commerce 2 A E F fjt Year Social Committee: Army R.O. I.C.; Skull and Keys; University of Virginia Polo Club. Captain: Swimming Team. 79 ARTS AND SCIENCES APPLICANTS Walter Charlton Hartridge. II SAVANNAH. GEORGIA B.A. English 2 A E Army R.O.T.C.: Dean’s List: Intermediate Honors: The Raven Society. Secretary: Jefferson Society. Vice-President; lambda Pi: Virginia Spectator Hoard; Jefferson Sabre . Valery Havard, III WASHINGTON, D.C. B.A. History X ♦ First Year Social Committee: Army R.O. T.C.: Corks and Curls; P-K Dance So-ciety: Skull and Keys: Jefferson Sabres: Lacrosse Adjunct. 1953. Harry Joseph Hermann, Jr. LONGMEADOW. MASSACHUSETTS B.S. Commerce K 2 Interfratrrnity Council; Air Force R.O.T.C.: Skull and Keys; Arnold Air Society. Lindley Murray Hoffman PALM REACH. FLORIDA B.S. Architecture A T Alpha Rho Chi. Robert Kingsley Hopkins, Jr. STATEN ISI.AND. NEW YORK B.A. Economics A e Dean’s List: Naval R.O.T.C.: Trident Society: Alpha Kappa Psi: Master of Rituals: Skull and Keys; V-Club and Student Assistant; Varsity Soccer; Phi Delta Theta. Viec-President. James Wadsworth Hulfish, Jr. ARLINGTON. VIRGINIA B.A. Speech T K K Array R.O.T.C.; Glee Club: American Institute of Architects: Skull and Keys: Radio-TV Workshop. FOR DEGREES Walter Wood Hatch, Jr. CLEVELAND HEIGHTS. OHIO B.A. Economics ♦ AO First Year Social Committee: Army R.O. T.C.; WIIVA Corporation; P-K Dance Society: Skull and Keys; Jefferson Sabres; Intramural Office: Newman Club. Marvin Hays, Jr. ARLINGTON, VIRGINIA B.A. Foreign Affairs International Affairs Association; Dean's List. Jack Richard Hodge HAMPTON. VIRGINIA B.S. Commerce ♦ 2 K Phi Sigma Kappa, Treasurer; Air Force R.O.T.C.: Delta Sigma Pi. Secretary: Skull and Keys. Glenn Alonzo Holloman BAYSIDK. VIRGINIA B.S. Commerce. ♦ A 0 Naval R.O.T.C.; Trident Society; Lambda Pi. James Blake Howe, Jr. SEATTLE. WASHINGTON B.A. History ♦ P A Cavalier Daily; First Year Social Gtmmit-tee; Canterbury Club: Dean’s List; Naval R.O.T.C.; Jefferson Society. James Gordon Hunter, Jr. BLUEFIELD. WEST VIRGINIA B.A. English ♦ PA Interfratrrnity Council; Army R.O.T.C.; Dean’s List; Intermediate Honors; Phi Bela Kappa: The Raven Society: Phi Eta Sigma: Jefferson Society: Lambda Pi; First Year Social Committee. COLLEGE 80 OFYEAR. 195 5 Thomas O’Driscoll Hunter WASHINGTON. I».C. B.A. Art K K Fir»t Year Serial Committee; Virginia Spectator: Student Union: Naval R.O.T.C.; German Club: Skull anil Keys: Eli llaunna: Soccer Co-Caplain: “V” Club; Couks and Curls. Lionel Skipwith Johns dll A RIjOTTESVILLE, VIRGINIA B.S. Business Administration K 2 Kappa Sigma, Vice-President; Cavalier Daily: First Year Social Committee; Lambda Pi; Polo Club; Sailing Club, Lucrnme. Willard Ff.rris Johnson FALLS CHURCH. VIRGINIA B.A. Political Science ♦ AO Phi Della Theta, Treasurer; Air Force R.O. T.C.: Alpha Kappa P»i, President; Ijmbdn Pi; V-Club; Arnold Air Society; Crow-Country; Track. John Ernest Jones, Jr. BEAVERDAM, VIRGINIA B.S. Commerce 2 N Firm Year Social Committee: linin' I.i»t; Air Force R.O.T.C.; l.ambda Pi; Alpha Kappa P»i, Secretary: Arnold Air Society. James Norman Jacobi ARLINGTON, VIRGINIA B.S. Business Administration Catttlier Daily: Delta Sigma Pi: Baseball. Paul Stuart Johnson, Jr. ROANOKE. VIRGINIA B.A. Economics 0 X Donald Cammkron Johnston HICKORY. NORTH CAROLINA B.A. Economics Bon First Year Social Committee: IMP Society: P-K Dance Society, President: Skull and Keys. Vice-Preiidcnt: Senior Boxing. Manager: Bela Theta Pi. President; Eli Banana. Maury Leslie Jones NEW CANTON. VIRGINIA B.A. Mathematics Army R.O.T.C.; Dean's List: V-Club; Baseball. Chang Sull Kang SEOUL. KOREA B.A. Physics Dean's I.i»t. Robert Edward Kelly. Jr. OAK Him WEST VIRGINIA B.S. Commerce X X Army R.O.T.C.; German Club. ARTS AND Gene Ryland Kelley COVINGTON. VIRGINIA B.S. Business Administration X X Sigma Chi. President: Interfraternity Council: Glco Club: Skull and Keys; Executive Committee Dorm Counsellor. Samir Musthfh Khalidy BEIRUT, LEBANON B.A. Biology Glee Club; Varsity Soccer; Varsity Swimming. SCIENCES 81APPLICANTS FOR DEGREES David Francis King CHEVY CHASE. MARYLAND B.A. Economics 4 K 2 Army R.O.T.C.: l-ambdu Pi: Eli Banana; ItoxiitK: V-Club. Sidney Clay Kinkead, Jr. LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY B.S. Business Administration •P A 0 Intcrfraternity Council: First Year Social Committee: Dean's List: Engineering Review; Skull ami Keys; ASME: Theta Tau: Alpha Kappa Psi, Vice-President. James Edward Knowles CHARLESTON. WEST VIRGINIA B.S. Commerce iKH Naval R.O.T.C.: Lambda Pi: T.I L.K.A.: Font hall; liasketbull; V-Cluh. Frank Walter Krause RAHWAY. NEW JERSEY B.A. Psychology Army R.O.T.C.: Newman Club, Sergeant-at-Arms; Dean's List: Jefferson Sabres, Secretary. Robert Bragg Landon WILMINGTON. DELAWARE B.S. Business Administration B O II Cmetlier Daily: First Year Swi.il Committee: Air Force R.O.T.C.: Delta Sigma Pi: Basketball Manager: Golf. Arnold Harrison Leon NORFOLK. VIRGINIA B.A. Economics 4 E II Fir«t Year Social Committee; Army R.O. T.C.: Virginia Spectator. Circulation Manager: Hillel Foundation: Pi Delta Epsilon: Certnan Club: Skull and Keys. John Waller King PORT JEFFERSON. LONC ISLAND. NEW YORK. B.A. History K S First Year Social Committee; Army R.O. T.C.: Lambda Pi; Soccer. William Henry Kinnucak WHEELING. WEST VIRGINIA B.A. English •P K First Year Social Committee; University Baud: German Club: Lambda Pi. Kari. Barnes Knust, Jr. CHARLOTTESVILLE. VIRGINIA B.A. English Cavalier Daily, Managing Editor; Virginia Spectator, Managing Editor: Pi Della Epsilon; I-ambda Pi. Conrad William Kuiii.tiiau, II CRANBURY. NEW JERSEY B.A. History K A Naval R.O.T.C.: Trident Society: Skull and Keys: A.R.G.O.: Varsity Swimming Manager. Anthony Murray Lkicii BALTIMORE. MARYLAND B.A. Economics A «I Honor Committee. Vice-President, Summer 19.il; Conks ami Curls; Student Union: Editor of Student Directory: IMP Society; Skull and Keys, President: Eli Banana: Lacrosse; V-Club. Jon Sumners Lodf.esen MIAMI. FLORIDA B.A. Foreign Affairs International Affairs Association: Dean's List; Virginia Debater ; Air Force R.O.T.C.: Jefferson Society; Della Sigma Rlio. Secretary, President. COLLEGE OF 82YEAR. 1955 Kermit Lowry, Jr. WINDER. GEORGIA B.A. Chemistry 0 Dean's List; Gohks and CuttL : Student Union; Glen Club: I’lii El Sigma: Jrffrr-ton S« ricly: German Club: Skull anil Key : V-Club: Head Cheerleader; Phi Delta Tlirtn, Secretary: Soccer. David Ai.len Lyle NORFOLK. VIRGINIA B.A. French 7. Intcrfraternlly Council: Firrt Year Social Committee: Y.M.C.A. Cabinet; Dean’ Lint: Stuilent Union; Naval R.O.T.C.; P-K Dance Society: ODK Counselor: Dorm Counselor: Soccer: Jefferson Society. President; Lambda Pi. Treasurer. Minor Lee Marston GREENWOOD. VIRGINIA B.A. History A T 11 First Year Social Committee: Y.M.C.A. Cabinet, President: Army R.O.T.C.: Canterbury Club: Student Religious Council; Dean's List: Student Union: Cerman Club: V-Club; President. Fraternity Intramural Council: JelTerson Sabres; Wrestling, Captain: lambda Pi. Secretary. James Richard McCarkkn ORANGE. NEW JERSEY B.A. l olitical Science 0 A X Naval R.O.T.C.: I-ambda Pi. Matthew James McDermott. Jr. GEORGETOWN. DELAWARE B.A. History A b Inlerfraternity Council; First Year Social Committee: Army R.O.T.C.: Corks anii CintLS; P-K Dance Society: lambda Pi: Eli Banana; Swimming. James Graham McGai.i. UNION. NEW JERSEY B.A. Psychology 2 «!• K ARTS AND Charles Nicholson Luckik NORFOLK. VIRGINIA B.A. English r a Caxatirr Daily; Platisin leader's Class, USMC. Thomas Noel Lynn, III FALLS CHURCH. VIRGINIA BS. Commerce 2 N Canterbury Club; Naval R.O.T.C.: Trident Society: Phi Eta Sigma; P-K Dance Society: Lambda Pi: Sigma Nu. Treasurer. James Francis McCabe, Jr. CAPE CHARLES. VIRGINIA BS. Business Administration r a Candier Daily, Schedule Manager: First Year Social Committee: Newman Club; Corks on Curl.'; Virginia Spectator; Student Union: Trident Society. Treasurer: Pi Delta Ep ilon: Delta Sigma Pi; Cerman Club: Lambda Pi; Tennis Adjunct. Peter Wilcox McDaniel HOLLYWOOD. FLORIDA B.A. Political Science K A Naval R.O.T.C.; Trident Society. President: A.R.C.O.: Swimming Manager; "V" Club. Michael Myers McFall BRYN MAWR, PENNSYLVANIA B.A. History X 'P Fir«t Year Social Committee; Glee Club: Skull and Key . Kenneth Robert McIntire CHARLOTTESVILLE. VIRGINIA B.A. Psychology X N Dean’s l.i»t: Student Union, Treasurer; Naval R.O.T.C.: Wesley Foundation: Trident Society: Skull and Keys; Bad Cheek Committee. 83 SCIENCESAPPLICANTS Neill McSiiane CHARLOTTESVILLE, VIRGINIA B.A. Mathematics University Band: Westminster Fellowship; Dean's List; WUVA Corporation: U. V . Orchestra; Westminster Church Choir. John Meyers RICHMOND. VIRGINIA ft.A. Biology Thomas Garland Milstkad LYNCHBURG. VIRGINIA B.A. Economics 2 A B Army R.O.T.C.: Delta Sigma Pi; Skull and Keys; llasebnll. Koyce Lee Montgomery MONTGOMERY, WEST VIRGINIA B.A. Biology 2 K University Rand; Army R.O.T.C.: Scarab Fraternity; Kappa Kappa Psi; Varsity Swimming Team; Phi Sigma Kappa. President. West Tabb Moore RICHMOND. VIRCINIA B.A. History «!• K S First Year Social Committee: Canterbury Club: l)ean List: Corks ano Curls, Co-Editor 1955; Pi Della Epsilon: German Club; Skull and Keys; T.I.L.K.A.; Manager Lacrosse Team; I-ax n Chowder and Marching Society; V-Club. Richard Jay Morse DETROIT. MICHIGAN B.A. Psychology + K II Dean's List; Virginia Spectator; llillel Foundation, Board Member: Punch and Julep Club; Phi Epsilon Pi, Treasurer. FOR DEGREES Michael Calder McWhinney WASHINGTON, CONNECTICUT B.A. Archictccture T K K Interfraternity Council; Dean's List; Fir-ttinia Spectator, Editor-in-Chief; Pi Della Epsilon: Ccrman Club; Skull and Keys; Punch and Julep, President. George Agree Miller, III. BEDFORD. VIRGINIA B.A. Economics Cavalier Daily; Westminster Fellowship: Corks ami Curls; Virginia Spectator. Hugh Maxwell Mitchell, Jr. LaPLATA. MARYLAND B.S. Commerce A T 11 Y.M.C.A. Cabinet, Treasurer; Student Union: Air Force R.O.T.C.: Lambda Pi; First Year Social Committee. Walter Staunton Moore, Jr. WAI.IIAI.LA. SOUTH CAROLINA B.A. Biology Army R.O.T.C.; Dean's List; Intermediate Honors. William Koss Morris. Jr. WASHINGTON, I).C. B.A. English A K K First Year Social Committee; Air Force R.O.T.C.: Skull and Keys; Eli Banana; V-Club; Basketball; Tennis. Frederick Marshall Moyer WAYNESBORO. VIRGINIA B.A. Economics 2 A K Army R.O.T.C.: Dean's List: Student Council; 7. Society: German Club; Limbda Pi: T.I.L.K.A.; Jefferson Sabre : V-Club. Treasurer; Football: Athletic Council; Vice-President of Class of 19SS; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. President. 84 COLLEGE OFYEAR. 195 5 John Morris Mudce I.AKK FOREST, ILLINOIS B. i. History X + Interfratcrnily Council: Kir»i Year Social Gtnnlitn; Naval R.O.T.C.: 1-amlul Pi: Golf. John Henry Mulholland CHARLOTTESVILLE. VIRGINIA B. I. Biology K 2 Dean" l.iit: T.I.L.K.A.; Tcnni : Swimming: IMP Society. John Morton Murray ROANOKE. VIRGINIA B. I. Economics Army K.O.T.C.: l)can » l-i»t; Intermediate Honor : Phi Eta SI|tma: Jefler »n Sabre . Treasurer; Student Coun«elnr. Ciiauncey Greene Olinger. Jr. NORFOLK. VIRGINIA B. I. Philosophy Philosophy Club: Canterbury Club: Univrr-•ity Religious Council. Secretary: Dean" l.i t: Cavalier Unity; Tuesday Evening Concert lloaril: N.R.O.T.C.: Naval .one Clan. Editor: Trident Society: Y.M.C.A. John Marshall Padcett NEWPORT NEWS. VIRGINIA B. I. Chemistry Firtt Year Social Committee: Y.M.C.A.. Social Committee: Army R.O.T.C.: Jeffcr on Sabre Society. Thomas F.aiu. Parrish PORTSMOUTH. VIRGINIA BS. Architecture II K A Scarab Fraternity, Vice-President; Alpha Itho Chi, Vice-President: American Institute of Architect . Student Chapter. Treasurer: Skull and Key . Harvey Mulhauser CHARLOTTESVILLE. VIRGINIA B. I. Music University Rand, Student Director: Dean" I.i t: Air Force K.O.T.C.: Kappa Kappa P»i: Orchestra; Arnold Air Society; Punch and Julep Club. Theodore Michael Mullmann CHARLOTTESVILLE. VIRGINIA B.A. Biology Newman Club: Baseball; V-Club. William Milnor Nickerson BALTIMORE. MARYLAND B.A. History P-K Dance Society: Skull and Kpjw: La-cr«w. Roland Everett Ost, Jr. ARLINGTON. VIRGINIA B.A. Foreign Affairs T K K Cavalier Daily; Flr t Year Social Committee: Y.M.C.A. Cabinet; International Af-fair A oeiation. Treasurer: Westminster Fellow-hip: Student Union; Air Force K.O. T.C.: Skull ami Key : Arnold Air Society. Treasurer: Tau Kappa Ep ilon. Treasurer. Royal C. Padgett FOREST. VIRGINIA B. I. Psychology Army K.O.T.C.: Baptist Student Union: Jefferson Sabre . John Franklin Patrick FALLS CHURCH. VIRGINIA B.S. Business Administration Cavatitr Daily; Baptist Student Union: Dean’ Li-l: Cork ani Cum. : Y.M.C.A.: W.U.VA Announcer: Radio-Television Work- lK p‘: Caiatirr Daily, Associate Sport Editor. 85 A R T S AND SCIENCESAPPLICANTS Robert Ellsworth Patridgk ARLINGTON. VIRGINIA II.S. Chemistry Cavalier Daily; List; WUVA Corpora- lion, Vice-President: Wesley Foundation; Alplu Chi Sicilia; Radio Production Workshop. Benjamin Kimball Phipps, Jr. TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA II.S. Commerce 2 A K First Year Social Committee; Jefferson Society: Limhda Pi; V-Ciub: Head Cross-Country and Track Manager; Wrestling; Lawn Chowder and Marching Society. Allan Rudolph Plumley. Jr. WILMINGTON, DELAWARE II.A. Political Science K A Cavalier Daily; First Year Social Committee: Air Force R.O.T.C.; Limhda Pi; V-Club: Varsity Soccer Adjunct: Varsity Soo-ecr Senior Manager James Clayton Pugh, Jr. ROANOKE. VIRGINIA H.S. Commerce A T Limhda Pi; Football; “V" Club. William Dinwiddie Reams. Jr. CULPEPER, VIRGINIA ll. i. Sociology 1 A 0 Dean’- List: Virginia Spectator; Skull and Keys; V-Club; Swimming Team; Swimming Senior Manager. John Nicholas Rees CAMP HILL. PENNSYLVANIA II.A. Economics Naval R.O.T.C.: Alpha Kappa Psi. FOR DEGREES Earle Appling Patterson, Jr. MONTCOM ER Y. ALA BA M A II.S. Commerce SX Army R.O.T.C.; Dean's List: Jefferson Sabres. Roger Beach Pierson VIRGINIA REACH. VIRGINIA II.A. Foreign Affairs 2 N International Affairs Association; Army R. O.T.C.; Dean’s List; Intermediate Honors; Jefferson Society; Limhda Pi; Jefferson Sabres Military Society, D.M.S. John Vincent Prestia CONNELLSVILLE. PENNSYLVANIA 6 A X Interfraternity Council: University Band; Naval R.O.T.C.; Trident Society; Kappa Kappa P»i; P-K Dance Society: Skull and Keys. Mosley Littlepace Putney, Jr. LOUISVILLE. KENTUCKY II.A. English B O II Interfraternity Council. Secretary and Treas urer; First Year Social Committee; Air Force R.O.T.C.: Skull and Keys; Historian of College; Lacrosse Adjunct. Charles Larus Reed, Jr. RICHMOND. VIRGINIA H.S. Commerce K X Alpha Kappa Psi; Skull and Keys. Ralph Beauford Rhodes MARTINSVILLE, VIRGINIA II.A. Geology II K A WUVA Corporation; Air Force R.O.T.C.: Arnold Air Soccity; Sigma Camilla Epsilon, Vice-President. COLLEGE 86 OFYEAR. 1955 Roland Conley Ricker BALTIMORE. MARYLAND IS.A. Economics K A Lambda Pi; Swimming: Track; A.K.C.O.; V-Club. Bernard Kies NOKEOI.K. VIRGINIA B.A. Economics •b K I! Dean’ List: Intermediate Honor ; Virginia Spectator; P-K Dance Society: lambda Pi; Young Democrat Club. Dudley Skinner Robertson, Jr. WAKEFIELD. VIRGINIA IS.A. Psychology First Year Social Committee: Dean' 1J I. Daniel William Rose PITTSBURGH. PENNSYLVANIA IS.A. Psychology A K H Dean' l.i«t; Lambda Pi; Football; V-Club. Joseph Lynaii Rumsey President. SAVANNAH. GEORGIA IS.A. Economics II 0 II Fir»t Year Social Committee; Dean’ l.i t; Student Council. Secretary: Student Union. Vice-President; Naval R.O.T.C.: P-K Dance Society: T.I.L.K.A.: Director o( First Year Social Committee: Wrestling Squad; l.a-crowe Squad; Coach, First Year Wrestling Team; Beta Theta Pi. Vice-President; lambda Pi. Recinald Edmund Rutledce, Jr. CORAL GABLES. FLORIDA IS.A. Economics A + First Year Social Committee. Secretary: Canterbury Club, Senior Warden: Dean' l.i»t: Student Council. Treasurer; Student Union: Virginia Debater ; Naval R.O.T.C.: Trident Society; The Raven Society, Vice-President; Omieron Delta Kappa: IMP Society; Lunbdu Pi: T.I.L.K.A.; Delta Sigma Rho; Tennis. Captain: "V" Club; Intermediate Honor . A II T S AND Paul Edward Rieger SHADYSIDE. OHIO B.A. Economics Newman Club: Dean’s List: Delta Sigma Pi. Treasurer. Melvin Earl Roach RICHMOND. VIRGINIA B.A. Economics S A K Honor Committee: Dean's List: Naval R.O. T.C.; Trident Society: The Raven Society: Z Society; Cerman Club: T.I.L.K.A.: Vice-President of College: “V"'-Club: Baseball; Basketball; Football: Skull and Key . Hugh Winfield Robertson. Jr. SOUTH NORWALK. CONNECTICUT B.A. English TKH Cavalier Daily; Virginia Spectator; Tau Kappa Epsilon, President Joseph Irvin Rosenblatt NORFOLK. VIRGINIA B.A. Economics A K II Intcrfratcrnitv Council: Army R.O.T.C.: llilld Foundation, Secretary: P-K Dance Society; Skull and Key : Alpha Epsilon Pi. President. Robert Franklin Rush CHARLOTTE. NORTH CAROLINA B.A. Economics B O II Army R.O.T.C.: Dean's List: German Club, Vice-Pre»ident: Skull and Key : Jefferson Sabre . Vice-President: Distinguished Military Student: Captain of Boxing Tram; V-Club. William Stokes Satterthwaite, Jr. WILMINGTON. DELAWARE B.A. English A Camdicr Daily: Skull and Keys: University of Virginia Jaxz Society: First Year Baseball. William Richard Sattler. Ill ST. LOUIS. MISSOURI B.A. Economics B 0 II First Year Social Committee; Virginia Spectator; Student Union: Lambda Pi. SCIENCES 87APPLICANTS Caiu.ton Lee Sciielhorn ALEXANDRIA. VIRGINIA B.S. Commerce ♦ A 9 Army R.O.T.C.: P-K Dniri- Society: Lambda Pi; T.I.I..K.A.: Football and Track: "V" Club. Sidney Buford Scott RICHMOND. VIRGINIA B.A. History A Norman Jay Shaw GRKSTWOOI). NEW YORK B.S. Commerce 9 X Dcan't LDt; Della Sigma Pi, President. Treasurer: laintbda Pi; Tcnni . James Marshall Shoemaker, Jr. VIRGINIA REACH. VIRGINIA B.A. Foreign Affairs A K E Cavalier Daily; First Year Social Committee: Dean'. Lint; Coiiks ami ClHLS: Naval R.O.T.C.: Trident Society: Pi Delia Ep»i-bin; P-K Dance Society: Ijmbda Pi; La-crow: V-Club: Eli Banana. Craig Lee Slinci.ufk LONDON BRIDGE. VIRGINIA B.A. Economics A 4 First Year Social Committee: Skull ami Keys: Eli Banana; Coif. Francis Winston Smith, Jr. GRUNDY. VIRGINIA B.A. Psychology Westminster Fellowship: Dean' List: Dor. ■nitory Gvunvelor. Lloyd Thomas Smith PETERSBURG, VIRGINIA B.A. English 2 X Skull ami Keys: Boxing. FOR DEGREES James William Scott FI.KMINCSBURC. KENTUCKY B.A. Psychology Dean" l.i»t: Naval R.O.T.C.: Trident Society. George Scott Shackelford. 111 ROANOKE. VIRGINIA B.A. English A First Year Social Committee: Student Coun-eil: Student Union: Air Force R.O.T.C.: Society: P-K Dance Society; l-ambdu Pi. Pre»idcnt; Eli Banana; Swimming; V-Club. Richard Michael Shaw-new YORK. NEW YORK B.A. Political Science TKK University Band; Army R.O.T.C.: Canterbury Club: Kappa Kappa P«i: Young Republican Club, President: Jefferson Sabres. Leonard Harrison Simpson RICHMOND. VIRGINIA B.A. Economics 4 A e ami Ci ml . Circulation Manager: Student Union: Lambda Pi: Student Union-O.D.K. Counselor: Soccer Adjunct. Claude Allen Smith FT. MITCHELL. KENTUCKY B.A. Economics •I A 9 Army R.O.T.C.: Virginia Spectator; Alpha Kappa P i; Lambda Pi. Robert Smethwick, Jr. Memphis. Tcnncwe. B.A. History 2 A K First Year Social Committee: Corks ami Ci hls. Busines Manager; Student Union: Air Force R.O.T.C.: Pi Delta Epvilon; P-K Dance Society; Skull and Keys; Eli Banana: V-Club: ODK Coumelor; F'reshman and Varsity Wrestling Manager: Lawn Chowder and Marching Society. 88 COLLEGE OFYEAR. 1955 John Peyton Snead, IV SPEKRYVIM.K. VIRGINIA It.A. Psychology A T II Intcrlrntcrnity Council: l ean'» I.iM: Dunce Society: Skull anil Key . I'.K Okey James Staats HUNTINGTON. WEST VIRGINIA If.A. Biology Wallace Stettinius RICHMOND. VIRGINIA B.A. Psychology K 2 Kiwi Ycjr Social Committee, Vice-President: Stuilcnt Union: Naval R.O.T.C.: P-K Dunce Society: l .iml.il.i Pi. Vice-ProiJcnl: Eli Banana; Honor lj-.m Fund: Manager, Banket-bill: V-Club. Emil Joseph Sulzberger, Jr. PHOEBUS. VIRGINIA IIS. Commerce A T Dean' Lint: Della Sigma Pi; Beta Gamma Sigma: Intermediate Honor Robert Haldane Swindell. Jr. BALTIMORE. MARYLAND B.A. English A 4 f'.amlier Daily. A - ciale S|Hirl Eilitor: First Year Social Commit lee: Canterbury Club: Dean’ Lint: Cocks and Cluls: Virginia Sirrctalor: Student Union. Secri-tnry; Pi Delta Epnilon: German Club; Skull and Key : T.I.L.K.A.: Punch and Julep Club: Student Director. Co-Editor; lanooe. Petek Morris Ten Bkoeck boli.es school. Florida B.A. History •t- I A Cavalier Daily: Fir t Year S-nial Committee: Army R.O.T.C.: Canterbury Club: Virginia Spectator: Lambda Pi: D.M.S.. Vice-President; Soccer. Ba ebnll. ARTS AND Thomas Douclas Soutter NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA B.A. History ♦ FA Naval K.O.T.C.: Trident Society. Historian and Seetetary: German Club: Skull ami Key . Maurice Leroy Starkey, Jr. BALTIMORE. MARYLAND B.S. Business Administration 2 + B Caialier Daily. AdvcrtUing Manager: Pi Delta Epnilon: Delta Sigma Pi. Secretary. Vice-President: P-K Dance Society: Lambda Pi; Sigma Phi Ep il- n. Vice-Pre ldent. Francis Sanford Straton WARWICK. NEW YORK B.A. History A T First Year Social Committee: German Club; Lambda Pi: Y.M.C.A. Michael Hall Sutton BUFFALO. NEW YORK B.S. Architecture Naval K.O.T.C.: American Institute ol Architect . Sam Rountree Telford, Jr. WINTER HAVEN.FLORIDA B.A. Biology Alpha Phi Omega: Glee Club: JclTcr on Society: Punch and Julep. David Carlyle Townsend ROANOKE. VIRGINIA B.A. Political Science BapliM Student Union: Naval K.O.T.C.: Trident Society. Oakland David Turner MOUNT VERNON. NEW YORK B.A. Mathematics Dean' I.iM: Intermediate Honor : Phi Eta Sigma. SCIENCES 89APPLICANTS Jesse Stringer Voctle BIRMINGHAM. ALABAMA B.A. Political Science 2 A E Army K.O.T.C.. Cadet Major; D«n‘» List: Intermediate Honor ; The Raven Society; Phi Eta Sigma, Historian; Skull ami Key ; Eli Banana, Treasurer; Distinguished Military Stuilent: Jefferson Sabers; Coif Manager: V-Club: Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Trea -urcr. William Clement Wai.kkr CHARLESTON. WEST VIRGINIA B.S. Commerce JKK Army R.O.T.C.: Lambda Pi; Wrestling; Freshman Football. Bertram Lee Warren, Jr. )RTSMOUTII. v irgiNIA B.A. Psychology 2 A E Cmnlier Daily; First Year Social Committee; Dean's List: Lambda Pi: Dormitory Counselor; Tennis Adjunct; Eli Banana. Beverly Winslow West RICHMOND. VIRGINIA B.A. Biology Glee Club. Robert Lemuel Wheeler. Jr. JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA B.S. Commerce £ ♦ E Army R.O.T.C.: Della Sigma Pi; Delta Nu Alpha; Skull and Key ; Jefferson Saber . Alexander Whyte Whitaker EDWARDS. MISSISSIPPI B.A. English £ X First Year Social Committee: University Band; Dean's List; Bad Check Committee (Summer): Coiiks ami Curls; Virginia S ieclalor. Editor-in-Chief: Student Union: Pi Delta Epsilon: P-K Dance Society; Skull and Key ; Punch and Julep. FOR DEGREES Robert Theodor von Beck FRONT ROYAL. VIRGINIA B.A. Physics Canterbury Club; Dean's List: Intermediate Honors; Glee Club; Phi Eta Sigma. James Latanf. Ware RICHMOND. VIRGINIA B.A. Chemistry A 'P First Year Social Committee; Student Union: Lambda Pi. Robinson Watson DAUGHERTY, VIRGINIA B.S. Commerce A T Y.M.C.A. Cabinet: Army R.O.T.C.: Delta Sigma Pi; Lambda Pi: Jefferson Sabre . Christian Carl Westekman FALLS CHURCH. VIRGINIA B.S. Commerce Canterbury Club; Baptist Student Union; Student Religious Council; Dean’s List. Gaylord Clarke Whipple. Jr. OAK PARK. ILLINOIS B.A. Political Science ♦ K ♦ Dean’s List: Air Force R.O.T.C.: Skull and Key . Beverly Tucker White. Jr. NORFOLK. VIRGINIA B.A. English a t a Canterbury Club: Dean’s List: P-K Dance Society; Lambda Pi: Soccer; Baseball: V-Club. William Littell White, III GREENWICH. CONNECTICUT B.A. Economics X + Dean- List: P-K Dance Society; Lambda Pi. 90 COLLEGE OFYEAR. 1955 Stewart Reginald Whitehurst, Jr. VIRGINIA BEACH. VIRGINIA BA. Economics It G II Limhda Pi; Dorm Counselor; Counselor Executive Committee. George Luther Williams NORFOLK, VIRGINIA ILS. Architecture Newman Club: American ln titutc of Architect : Aloha Rho Chi, Secretary: Chan Club. Herbert Eugene Wilson ARLINGTON, VIRGINIA ..S’. Architecture 2 X Cavalier Daily; Dean' Lint; Contest and Cviu; Virginia Spectator; American Institute ■ ( Architect : Air Force R.O.T.C.: German Club. William Edwin Wootton ENONVIU.E, VIRGINIA ..S’. Business Administration Dean’ List: Intermediate Honor ; Delta Sigma Pi: Bela Gamma Sigma. William Lawrence Young, Jr. YONKERS. NEW YORK B.S. Chemistry Dean' List; Alpha Chi Sigma. Charles Lovick Zehmer McKENNEY. VIRGINIA BA. Rural Social Economics X K Cavalier Daily: Naval R.O.T.C.: Trident Society: Germnn Club: Lambda Pi: ILochall; V-Club. Albert Vincent Wilcox NORFOLK, VIRGINIA ..S'. Business Administration Dean' List. Richard Wade Williams DURHAM, NORTH CAROLINA B.S. Architecture A T Dean' Li-t: Alpha Rho Chi: P-K Dance Society; American ln titute of Architect . William Myers Wilson SAVANNAH. GEORGIA B.A. History •I K Firnt Year Social Committee; WUVA Corporation: Student Union: Glee Club: Jef-fcr on Society; Lutnbda Pi. James Halloweli. Worth C R EENVILLE. DEL A WA R F. B.A. Enftlish •t. Catalier Daily: Dean' Lint: CottKS ami CllDLS; Virginia Spectator, Art Editor; lambda Pi; S« cccr. Gerald Mervyn Z ash in TASLEY. VIRGINIA B.A. Economics A E II Dean's Lift. Sheldon Emanuel Zoi.na KEYPORT. NEW JERSEY B.A. Biolofty Caialier Daily; Dean’ List; Virginia Spectator; Naval R.O.T.C. Artley Joseph Zuchellt, Jr. CHARLOTTESVILLE. VIRGINIA B.A. Physics Dean's List: Intermediate Honor : Phi Eta Sigma. 91 ARTS AND SCIENCESUNDERGRADUATES First Row: B. U. ACKY, -+: 1958........ J. I . ACKEKI.Y. III. 1957 .... K. W. AHRENS. 1957 ......... B. C. ALTSCIIUL. ZBT; i 56 . K. S. ANDERSON. ♦A0; 1957 ... S. W. ANDERSON. JR.. +K+: 1956 W. A. ANDERSON. SN; 1956 .... It. R. ANTROBUS. 1958 ....... I). K. APPLE. 1958 .......... ......Norfolk. Virginia ......Richmond. Virginia ,... Lynbrook. New York .......Norfolk. Virginia lladdonficld. New Jersey . ...Ixiuisvillc. Kentucky ......Snyder. New York .Charlottesville, Virginia ...Ft. Thomas, Kentucky Second Row: J. V. ARRAN. JR.. SX; 1956 .... K. F. ARMSTRONG. JR.. 1956 ... W. W. AUSTIN. 1957 ........ J. A. II. BAKIITIAR. AKK; 1957 J. BARKER. 1958 ........... W. F. RAi.I.ARI). +K+; 1957 ... R. P. BALLOU. 1958 ........ M. P. BARBACALLO.HAX; 1957 . It. E. BARHAM. 19.58 ....... Third Row: C. I). BARKSDALE. II. 1958 J. I). BARR. 1958 .... C. I). BARRETT. 1958 . J. S. BARRETT. X ; 1956 . ................Washington. D.C. .............Scarsdale, New York .............Warrenton, Virginia .......Charlottesville, Virginia ..............DcUplone, Virginia .............Arlington, Virginia ..............Richmond. Virginia -ittle Neck. Long Maud. New York ...............Richmond. Virginia ...................Ft. Thomas. Kentucky .......................Norfolk. Virginia .........................Ryan. Oklahoma ..................Garden City. New York J. W. B ASTI AN. III. 195: T. K. BAUER. JR.. 1956 G. A. BAXTER. 1956 .... I). C. BA EMORE. R. L. BEAL. 19.58.. " ...........................Ililihing, Minn cant .........................Allentown, Pennsylvania ...............................Bel Air, Maryland 1957 ...................Charlottesville. Virginia ...........................Boston, Massachusetts Fourth Row: W. S. BEA LEY. III. 1958 . R. L. BECK. 1958 ....... J. A. BECKER. JR.. £. ; |9.y, J. B. BELL. JR.. XAK; 19.V, T. R. BELLO. 1957 .. D. L. BENNETT. 1956 ... E. BENNETT. III. TKK; ivy, T. J. BENTLEY. JR.. 1957 ... E. A. BERGER. ZBT: 1957 . ......Richmond. Virginia .....San Diego. Cilifornio .... Modena. Pennsylvania .........Roanoke, Virginia Reidsville. North Cirolina ......Richmond, Virginia ...Chevy Chare, Maryland ......R'chton, Mississippi ....Shsker Height.. Ohio Fifth Row: II. K. BERKELEY. 1959 .. L. A. BERNERT. JR.. S+li: 1957 F. A. BERRY. JR.. I9.V. .... R. S. BERSCII. 1957 .... J. G. BEVERLEY. 1958 ... J. W. KICK NELL. +21 ; 1957 .. W. F. BLUE. A+: 1955 ... R. N. BOLSTER. 1958 .... II. S. BOOTS, JR.. X+; 1957 .....Portsmouth. ......Richmond. .........Norfolk. ......Lynchburg. ..Charlottesville. .....Irvington, .. .C ckcysvi!lc. .......Arlington .....Baltimore, Virginia Virginia Virginia Virginia Virginia Kentucky Maryland , Virginia Maryland 92First Rote: I , J. BOWER. +K+; 1957 ....................Alexandria. Virginia I . II. BOWKS. B8B; 1956 ........................Pc,ry burg. Ohio A. K. BOWLES. JR.. X+h; 1956..................Richmond. Virginia M. BOYD. JR.. 1956 .............................Memphis Tenneer A. II. BRADFORD. 1957 ..........................McLean. Virginia L A. BLRROL'CIIS. 1958 ............................Arlington. Virginia VI. A. BUSIIONC. ATC; 1957 ................ Pula.ki. Virgnia R. Y. BliTTON. JR.. ♦AO; 1956 .............Culpeper. Virginia J. H. CALL. iKK; 1956 ....................Richmond. Virginia D. O. CALLAGHAN. 1957 ...............Richwood, Went Virginia Fourth Row: It. K. BRANTLEY. -AK; 1957 .. Birmingham. Alabama I. I . CAMPBELL. 1957 J. I . BRAXTON. 1957 . W. J. CAMPBELL. 1958 A. G. BRKMNKK. 1958 . J. K. CANDLER. 1958 Second Row: G. L. CARLISLE. 1958 A. R. CARNEY. 1957 Jackwm. Mi i«ippi R oedale. New York II. T. IIHKSS. 1957 Vineland. New Jcr cy C. I_ CARPENTER. JR.. W«: 1957 . .. Wilkinsburg, Pennsylvania E. M. BROOKS, 19.58 ... I . W. BROWN. III. 1957 Arlington. Virginia W. II. CARTER. 1958 W'arrenton. Virginia J. 1). BROWN. III. UKA; K. L. BROWN, 1957 ... 1956 . Norfolk. Virginia C. G. CARY. +KS; 1957 Richmond. Virginia T. L. BROWN, 1956 .... hifth Row: WINTIIROP BROWN. II. 1958 .. W. R. IIRIICE. JR.. KA; 1957 .. It. T. BUCKINGHAM. 1957 .... New York. New York Portsmouth, Virginia Richmond. Virginia G. S. CASSELL. - : 1957 J. P. CIIADWK K. 19.57 II. L. CIIAPPELI.E. ♦PA; 1956 W V. CHAUNCEY. -+K; |9S6 Bristol. Virginia El Paw . Teaas Third Row: J. S. CHILDRESS. -AE; 1956 R. C. BULL. 1956 ......... L. C. BURCIIER. 1957 ..... J. K. B1IRLAS. JR.. 1956 . K. K. BURNETT, Z+; 1957 .... ............Columbus Ohio .............Odd. Virginia ,...South Norf dk. Virginia ........Salisbury. Maryland S. P. CHRISTOPHER. 111. +K-F; 1956 ...Kanvi» City. Miuouri c. W. CLAIBORNE. 19.58 ...DouglaMon. la.ng Wand. New York It. S. CLAIR. 1957 .........................Ten neck. N-w Jerary T. C. CLEAVER. JR.. 19.56...........Garden City. New York 93UNDERGRADUATES First Row: J. II. COHEN, I9S8 ...............................I.awrence, New York J. K. COLEMAN, ♦KS; 1956 ..........................Richmond, Virginia 1 . K. COLESCOTT, S+E; 1956 ..............Philadelphia. Pennsylvania II. I, COLLIER. 1956 .......................Charlottesville. Virginia N. T. CONNALLY, 1958 ..............................Norfolk, Virginia C. S. COOK. JR.. 1958 .............................Danville, Virginia J. I- COOK. Z'f’: 1956 ...........................Baltimore, Maryland W. K. COOK. JR.. i+: 1957 .........................Culpeper, Virginia R. C. COOKE, JR., 1959 ............................Richmond, Virginia Second Row: G. R. COOTKR. 1957 ................................Danville, Virginia C. II. COSTAS. 1957 .............................Ponce, Puerto Rico P. L. COTTER. SN; 1957 .............................Washington. D.C. J. II. COULTER. JR., 1957 ................Philadelphia, Pennsylvania F. II. COX. JR.. h'A; 1956 .........................Ashland, Virginia P. P. COX, 1958 .............................Clrndenin, West Virginia J. E. CRAIG, KA; 1956 ...........................Waynesboro, Virginia J. CKAIK. AT; 1956 .............................Rumson. New Jersey F. M. CKAN’CE, -+K; 1937 .........................Lynchburg, Virginia Third Row: R. I). CRENSHAW, JR., 1958 .....................Winchester, Virginia L. L. CRISPIN, 1958 ........................Swedesboro. New Jersey C. II. CROCKETT. JR.. ♦AO; 1957 .............................Bristol, Virginia S. R. CROCKETT, JR., 1957 ....................................Marion, Virginia J. R. CROMPTON. S+E; 1956 ..................Wyncote, Pennsylvania C. C. CROSS. UK A; 1957 ......................Ili-lhr»di, Maryland J. N. CROUCH, K-; 1957 ..................... Roanoke, Virginia C. I CRUM.'IETT, -+L; 1956 ................Clifton Forge. Virginia C. K. CRUTCHFIELD. SN; 1957 ..................Waynesboro, Virginia Fourth Row: R. B. CUNDIFF, 1957 ...........................Lynchburg. Virginia N. R. DAIIM, S+K; 1957 ...............'lassaprgua Park, New York W. N. DALHOUSE. KA; 1956 ........................Roinoke, Virginia R. W‘. DANIEL, JR.. 1958 ...................Spring Grove. Virginia K. J. DAPONTE, 1957 .......................Waterbary. Connecticut T. A. DARNAI.L, 1958 ...........................Roanoke. Virginia II. B. DAVENPORT. 1958 .................Charlestown, West Virginia J. L. DAVIDSON. JR.. A4-; 1957 .........................Lynchburg, Virginia R. S. DAVIS. JR.. S4K; 1957 ............................Lynchburg, Virginia Fifth Row: K. I.. DAYTON. 1957 .............................Newark. Delaware R. O. DEDERICK. SN; 1957 .......................Houston. Texas A. T. DcMARIA. 1958 ........................Garslen City, New York K. C. DeROSSET. JIL. 1957 .....................Lynchburg, Virginia P. C. DESPER, 1957 .............................Staunton, Virginia C. deWITT, +PA; 1956 ...........................Richmond, Virginia .'I. I). DIAMOND, ZHT; 1957 .................Chattanooga, Tmnc»%oc P. L. P. DILLON. KA; 1956 ......................Richmond. Virginia S. N. DONIGER, 1958 .......................Great Neck. New York 94U N D E R G R A D U A T E S First Row: J. M. DOWNES. 1958...... G. W. DOWNS. 1957....... T. I- DUNCAN. 1957 ..... W. B. DUNCAN. AKE; 1955 ... J. I). DUNKI.KY. 1956 .. B. S. DUVAL JR.. 1958 .. J. V. DYER. JR.. 1958 .. R. N. EARLY. JR.. 1958 . II. I . EDMUNDS. JR.. ATU; 1956 Second Row: R. C. EDWARDS. 1957 .... T. R. EDWARDS. 1958 .... W. M. EDWARDS. ; 1956 .... R. II. EGGLESTON. A ; 1957 .. L C. EINWICK. 1958 ..... R. F. EKSTROM. IN; 1956 .... G. L ELLIS, TKE; 1956 .. T. P. ELLISON. 1958 .... W. E. ELMORE. 1957 ..... Third Row: E. E. ELSON. ZBT; 1956 . J. D. ERDMAN. 1956 ..... G. I.. EVANS. JR.. UKA; 1957 .. V. S. EVANS. JR.. A : 1957 .... . ...Kehoboth Beach. Drlwarc ............Richmond. Virginia ............Missoula, Montana .........Ilolmdcl. New Jersey ..........Scottsburg, Virginia ............Richmond, Virginia .........Annapolis Maryland .....Charlottesville, Virginia ...........Lynchburg, Virginia ............Franklin, Virginia .............Norfolk, Virginia .............Norfolk, Virginia ............Danville, Virginia ......Dr.-xcl Hill. Pennsylvania ............Richmond. Virginia ............Falmouth. Virginia ..........Waynesboro. Virginia .........Ijwrenceville, Virginia ..............Atlanta, Georgia .........Brooklyn, New York .........West Point, Virginia ..Spartanburg. South Carolina R. L. FANCIIER. 1958 ...... P. II. FARRIER. 1958 ...... E. F. FIELDER. JR.. 1956 ... J. T. FISHER. A+; 1956 ..... S. M. FLETCHER. 1958 ...... Fourth Row: R. A. FLIEGEL 1958 ......... C. S. FL1PPEN. 1958 ...... J. R. FORYS. 1956 .......... R. M. FOSTER. 1958 ......... J. S. FRANK. 1958 .......... II. FRIEDLANDER. 1958 ...... J. B. FRYE. -AE; 1957 ...... C. N. FUGATE. 1958 ....... A. A. FL'TRAL. JR.. 1957 _ Fifth Row: P. T. GARDNER. 1958 ........ J. N. GARRETT. JR.. «X; 1957 W. A. GARTNER. 1957 ........ C. L CAUDRY. JR.. 1958 ..... J. A. CAWRYS. AT; 1956 ..... B. O. GEER. JR.. 8611; |957 ... R. C. CEIL 1958 ............ W. P. GIBBS. 1958 .......... H. E. GILL JR.. ♦KX; 1956 ... .............Alexander. New York ............Blacksburg. Virginia ..............Tuckahoe, New York ...............Memphis, Tennessee .........Ia Cruces, New Mexico Lawrence. l ng Island, New York ,.............Richmond. Virginia .........Ml. Pleasant. Pennsylvania .........Sewiekley. Pennsylvania .................Salem. Virginia ..............Ilerndon, Virginia ...............Roanoke. Virginia .............Lynchburg. Virginia ...............Atlanta. Georgia ......Gordonsville, Virginia ......Portsmouth, Virginia ......Richmond. Virginia .........Norfolk, Virginia ......Lynn haven. Virginia Charleston, South Carolina .....Arlington. Virginia ..........Oceana. Virginia ......Richmond, Virginia 95UNDERGRADUATES First Row: F. W. CILMKR. 19S7 L. P. GISE. JR.. 1958 W. ST. C. CLADDING. 1957 F. L. CLAIZE, III. 1958 P. O. CLASS. 1957 D. M. CODINE. AKE; 1957 J. L. COSIER. KA; 1956 N. COLDSBOROUCH. ♦rAj 1955 W. K. COLDSTHOIIM, 1958 Severn Park. Maryland .. Monongalida. Pennsylvania Second Row: R. C. GORMAN. 1958 1). C. COSS. 1958 Clifton Forge. Virginia M. S. GRAVELY. JR.. AH; 19.% F. B. CRAY. 1958 J. C. GREEN. JR.. 1957 ... .University City. Missouri Warwick. Virginia P. M. GREEN. 1958 J. II. GREEN BUTT. 19.58 R. B. GREENLAW. 1957 C. R. GREER. 1958 ...” Fall Church, Virginia Vineland. New Jersey Ridgewood. New Jcrrey .. Philadelphia. Pennsylvania Third Row: B. B. GRIFFIN. 1958 S. C. CHINE. 1958 C. D. CRIMES. 19.58 Port-mouth. Virginia Staunton, Virginia J. S. GROW. 1958 Richmond, Virginia J. II. GUNTIIER. OX; 1956 C. H. GUYNN. 1958 I L. IIACA. JR.. 1958 W. S. HAIRSTON. 1958 G. L. HALES. JR.. KA; 1957 Cascade. Virginia Fourth Row: C. R. HALL. 1958 W. H. HALL. 1957 W. II. HALL, JR.. 1958 P. C. HALPERN. 1958 J. P. C. HANBURY. ATU; 1957 I . II. HANCOCK. 1956 L. C. HANES. 1958 II. E. HANSEN. JR.. 1958 Lynchburg, Virginia Fifth Row: S. K. HARDIE. d-KX; 1957 L. W. HARGRAVE. 1956 II. K. HARRELL. JR.. - : 1956 Portsmouth, Virginia Richmond. Virginia W. P. HARRIS. XAE; 1956 G. 1). HART. 1958 W. R. HARTZ. 1958 W. T. HAWKINS. 1957 Fredericksburg. Virginia Alexandria. Virginia 96First liow: C. McC. HAWTHORNE. AKB; 1956 ...................Hon Air. Virginia S. I). HEISII.MAN, TKK; 1956 ...............Arlington, Virginia C. I). IIKLI.IIKKC, 1958 ...............................Franklin. Virginia C. C. HENDERSON. 1958 ...................................Crewe. Virginia A. W. IIESDORFFKR. 1957 .................Martinsville. Virginia C. E. IIKSS, 1956 ..............................Conaway, Virginia C. P. HESTER, 1958 ............................Richmond, Virginia R. S. HINES. JR.. 1958 ........................Richmond, Virginia T. I,. HOFHEIMKR. ZBT; 1956 ..................Columl.ua, Ohio W. S. HUNT. JR„ 1958 ..............................Roanoke, Virginia W. H. HUSSEY. 19.58 .........................Mount Vernon. New York C. C. INGE. 1958 ...................................Mobile. Alabama I). E. IVY. II. ATQ; 1956 .......................Westfield. New Jersey W. P. JACOBSON. 36BT; 1957 .........................Washington. D.C. Fourth Row: I. P. JANUARY. +KH; 1957 .........................Suffolk. Virginia J. I). JARRETT. ♦KS; 1957 ......................Baltimore. Maryland K. I). JERVEY. 1958 .....................Greenville. South Cirolinu Second Row: A. Y. HOFF. A+: 1957 .. R. C. HOFFMAN. 1958 .... W. L. HOI.FOR I), 1957 . C. R. HOPPER. 1957 ..... I, . I). HORNER. SAB; 1956 . M. S. HORTON. KA; 1956 .. W. II. IIUCKF.L. KA; 1957 .. R. L. HUDGINS. 1958 .... J. W. IIUDI.OW. KA; 1956 ... Third Row: B. HUGER. II. BOM; 1956 .. J. J. HUGHES. 2 E; 1956 ... K. K. HUNT. JR.. 1958 . W. H. HUNT. +K£; 1957 ... .......Lutherville, Maryland .....Bluefield, West Virginia ..........Arlington, Virginia ............Roanoke. Virginia ..........Lynchburg, Virginia ..........Richland', Virginia .............Orlando, Florida ..West Palm Beach. Florida ......Chattanooga, Tennessee ..........Lexington. Virginia .....Fort Mitchell, Kentucky ..............Salem. Virginia ...........Richmond, Virginia J. E. JEWETT. BHII; 1957 .... E. G. JOHNS. 1958 ....... II. R. JOHNSON. 1956 ..... C. H. JONES. JR.. AKK; 1956 R. Y. JONES. - ■-. 1956 . C. F. JOYNER. III. SAB; 1956 Fifth Row: A. P. KARB. 1958 ......... X. S. KARPF. 1956 ........ J. P. KEMP, JR.. 1958 .... F. A. KEYSOR. 1958 ...... E. H. EIGHT, 1957 ......... I . G. KING. 1957 ........ R. M. KING. 1958 .......' W. T. KING. 1959 ......... L. C. KITCHIN. +K£; 1957 ...” ....Arlington. Virginia Greenwich, Connecticut ....Lynchburg, Virginia ....Bluemont. Virginia ......Danville. Virginia ....Richmond, Virginia .......Arlington. Virginia ....Irvington, New Jersey Charleston. Weal Virginia . ..Lagrang Park, Illinois ,.. .Hagerstown. Maryland .....Kingsport. Tennessee .......Arlington, Virginia .........Elk ton, Maryland ......Blackstone. Virginia 97 U N D E R G R A D U A T E SUNDERGRADUATES First Row: W. L. KNOWLES, 1958 ..... D. T. KRAMER. 1957 ...... M. S. KRAUSE. JR.. SAK; 1956 W. L. KREBS. JR.. EX; 1957 .. R. B. KRUEGER. XX; 1956 ... K. H. UPON. 1957 ........ J. J. LAING. JR.. 1957 .. J. W. LARSON. 1958 ...... W. C. LAWRENCE. XX; 1957 .. Second Row: R. L. I.AYNE. 1958 ...... C R. LEONE. XX; 1956 .... G. K. LESLIE. 1957 ...... P. J. LEVINSON. ♦EH; 1956 ... T. M. I.EVIS. JR.. ♦K+; 1957 .. E. 1 . LEVY. 1958 ....... J. C. LEVY. 1958 ......... B. F. 1.1 PES. 1957 ..... C. M. LUCK. XAE; 1957 .... Third Row: C. K. LYLE. JR.. ATO; 1956 ... H. B. MARK. JR.. OX; 1956 ... A. WM. W. MARKS. 1957 .... R. E. MARSHALL. 19S6 .... ... Portsmouth, Virginia ..Birmingham. Alabama Newport New . Virginia .Chevy Chase. Maryland .....Arlington, Virginia Charlottesville, Virginia . .Falls Church. Virginia .........Iowa City. Iowa ........Tulsa. Oklahoma .. Pungatcaguc, Virginia .....Erie. Pennsylvania ... Waynesboro, Virginia ...Margate. New Jersey .....St. Ix ui . Missouri ..Little Rock, Arkansas ...New York. New York .....Quantico. Virginia Charlottesville, Virginia . .Richmond. Virginia .Riverton. New Jersey Chester. Pennsylvania ..Lynchburg, Virginia G. A. MARTIN. JR.. 1957 .. K. F. MARTIN. 1957 ......“ J. S. MASON. 1958 ....... S. MASTER, ZBT; 1957... J. F. MATTHEWS, Z+; 1956 .... Fourth Row: J. L. MATHEWS. JR., XX; 195 . J. E. MAYFIELD. 1957 ....’ H. C. McCRAY. XX; 1957 .. . . M. V. MeCUTCIIAN. 1957 .. . c. r. McDaniel, jr.. 1953 ...... P. K. McKEE. .♦: 1956 .. T. A. McKEE. 1958 .......... W. F. McKEE. JR.. Z+; 1956 . j. c. McKinley. +kx: 19 ... Fifth Row: E. B. McLEAN, 1958 ....... W. S. MeMANN, 1958 ........ T. R. MeMELLIN, XT; 1957 . C. C. MEIIEGAN, 1956 ..... C. S. MEYER. OX; 1956 .... C. W. MICHAEL, ATO; 1956 . B. MICHAELSON. JR.. ♦PA; i957 I). Y. MILLER. 1956 ...... M. M. MILLER. KA; 1956 ... Arlington. Virginia ..Halifax. Virginia .......Baltimore, Maryland Ijwrmce, Massachusetts ......Roanoke. Virginia , .Richmond, Virginia ....Norfolk, Virginia .. Richmond, Virginia Annapolis. Maryland .Lynchburg. Virginia .Winchester, Virginia .Lynchburg. Virginia .Lynchburg, Virginia .Richmond, Virginia ...Charlottesville, Virginia ..........Danville, Virginia Bala Cynwyd. Pennsylvania ........Petersburg. Virginia .....Manhasset, New York .........Richmond. Virginia ......Annapolis, Maryland ,.. .Charlottesville. Virginia .......Winchester, Virginia 98U N D E R G R A D U A T E S First Row: R. A. MII.LEK. -'I1: 1957. K. C. MINOR. 1958 ...... A. C. MONCURE. S. : 1957 .... C. W. MONCURE. AT: 1956 .... C. V. MONCORK. 1958 ...... 1 . N. MONTAGUE. 1958 .. R. I.. MONTAGUE. III. 1956 ... C. R. MONTGOMERY. -N; 1956 A. T. MOORE. •“ »: 1957 .. Second Row: K. S. MORAN. 1957 ....... J. II. MORGAN. JR.. 1958 . T. It. MORGAN. 1957 ...... K. W. MORRISON. 1956 .... I. . R. MORRISON. 1957 . W. MURCHISON. 1958 ..... B. C. MURPHY. 1958 ..... J. I . NELSON. 1958 .... J. R. NUTT. 1958 ....... Third Row: J. M. OAKEY. JR.. 1957 . C. P. OATES. JR.. A ; 1956 . C. R. OBKRI.IN, 1958 ..... E. W. OPIE. JR.. 1957 .. ,. .Charlottesville, Virginia ..Charlottesville, Virginia .......Arlington, Virginia .........Radford. Virfcini ......Richmond, Virginia .........Hampton, Virginia ........Urbanna, Virginia .......Arlington. Virginia Columbia, South Carolina .............Smclhport, Pa. .........Helsinki. Finland ........Philadelphia. Pa. ............Lynchburg. Va. .........Fall Cliureh. Va. .........Springfield, N.J. ......Virginia Beach, Va. ...........Butte. Montana .............Staunton. Va. ....Roanoke, Va. . .Memphis, Tcnn. South Bend, Ind. ... .Staunton, Va. F. S. OSCANYAN. 1958 ..... C. 11. OSTKRIIOUDT, 1958 . W. C. OUTTEN. JR.. 1958 ..... S. L. PACHMAN. 1958 ......... E. A. PARMELE. JR.. KS; 1956 ... Fourth Row: W. E. PARSONS. II. 1957 .. II. R. PAS. 1957 ......... R. M. PAYNE. A -. 1957 ... A. A. PEARRE. JR.. A ; 1956 . I. . I . PEARSON. 1956 ... A. J. PENLEY. JR.. 1957 .. M. N. PERI.IN, AKII; 1957 . W. 0- PKRROTT. 1956 ...... S. Dull. PETTKR, JR., BOH; 1956 . Fifth Row: J. A. PETTIT. JR.. 1957 .. J. PIPER. HI. A : 1956 ... A. B. PITTMAN. KA; 1957 ... F. R. PITZBR, OX; 1957 ... J. C. PLOWDEN-WARDLAW. 1958 J. O. PORTER. JR.. ATC; 1956 ... J. L. POWELL, 1957 ....... J. F. POWERS. 1957 ....... E. W. PROCTOR. II, 1958 .. ....Arlington. Va. Slone Ridge, N.Y. ..Portsmouth, Va. .....Rahway, NJ. .. .Bay Head, NJ. ...........Roanoke, Va. .........Arlington, Va. .... Fredericksburg. Va. ........Frederick. Md. ........Louisville, Ky. .........Richmond. Va. .........Richmond, Va. Chesapeake Beach, Md. ..........Paducah, Ky. ...Richmond. Va. ... Ecclcston, Md. . ..Memphis, Tcnn. Oak Ridge, Tenn. .Loudonville, N.Y. ....Cincinnati, O. • New Church, Va. ... .Arlington, Va. ...Arlington, Va. 99UNDERGRADUATES First How: A. R. PSCHIRRER. 1958................................Canton. III. M. A. PURCELL, A ; 1957 ..........................Creenwich. Conn. K. L. PYLES. 1958 .................................Shad well. Ya. K. MwD. QUAYLF, 1958 .............................Sllffll|k, Va. P. B. QUESENBKKRY. IN; 1957 ...................Carden City. N.Y. W. M. QUICC. »; 1956 ..............................Richmond. Ya. R. HABINOWITX. 1958 ...........................Newport New. Va. J. N. RACK. AT; 1956 .............................Onancock. Va. S. RACDF, 1959 ...................................odda. Norw.y Second How: K. B. RAINES. X; 1956 ........................Monroeville. Ala. R. A. RAMM. IN; 1956 ...................................Arlington. Va. P RAU1.IX IAK; 19.56..............................Charloiicsvillr, Va. J. P. RAY. KA; 1957 ..............................Mon,ere,. Tenn. P. RKISNKR. ♦HI; 1956 .................................No,Mk Va. K. S. REVELS. 1958 ..............................Greenwood. Va. W. L. KIBBLE. JR.. 19.56...........................Richmond. Va. ' • A R,CE- 1958 ...................................Norfolk. V,. C. M. RIDDLE. III. A+: ,957 ......................Danville. Va. Third How: II. C. KIDDLE. 1958 ...............................Danville. Va. I). K. RIDENOUR. 1957 .......... AAUVv L. RIGGS. JR.. AKK; 1957 ......................Owing. MilkMd! L J. RINEHART. JR.. AKK: 1957.................CharloUevville, Va. J. II. ROBERSON. 1958 ..................................Pound. Yu. J. A. ROTH. ZB1; 1957 ................................Andonon. Ind. J. A. KOTIIENBERGER. 1957 .................Harrington Park. N.J. B. C. ROWE. 1957 ...................................Athol. Mam. K. B. RULE. 1958 ..................................Havrrford, Pa. Fourth How: T. J. RUNALDUE. 19.59 ............................Alexandria. Va. J. I.. KUSKAU. 1956 .............................New York. N.Y. J. K. RUSSELL. ATU; 1957 ..........................Alexandria, Va. I . T. RUSSLER, 1958 ........................Frcdcrick»l»iirg. Va. P. ST. C. RUTIIERFORI). JR.. 1958 ...............Fall. Church. Va. P. E. SACKETT, JR.. 1958 ...........................Lynchburg, Va. W. II. SADLER. JR., 1956 .....................Cbarlotte»villc. Va. J. I.. SAMPSON. JR.. I+I; 1957 ......................Richmond. Va. J. K. SAM SELL. 1958 .........................Stephen. City. Va. Fifth How: J. P. SAWYERS. 19.58...............................Alexandria. Va. J. G. SCANDAI.IOS. 1956 ..................A :»ria, L.I.. New York P. SCARBOROUGH. III. IIKA. 1957 ...................Churrhland, Va. D. P. SCHEFFENACKER. 1958 .........................Baltimore. Md. A. N. SCIIMAEMAN, 1957 .................Cleveland Height . Ohio J. (.. SE.ABl KY. JR., ItMII; 1956 .............Silver Spring. Md. B. P. SEBRALLA, KI; 1956 .............................Memphis Tenn. G. J. SKDAM, JR.. 1958 ..............................Cadvdcn. Ala. M. A. SEN ELL. 1959 ................................Staunton. Va. 100UNDERGRADUATES First Row: J. S. SEXTON. 1958 .... C. B. SIIAPEKO. ZHT; J956 it. H. SHAW, 1957 .... !«. W. SIECK. 1958 .... A. E. SIEGEL. 1956 ... P. M. SIMMONS. OIK; 1957 E.O. SIMPSON. SN; 1956 K. H. SIMPSON. 1957 ... R. T. SIMPSON. JR.. 1959 .. ..Spartanburg. S.C. .......Norfolk, Vi. ....Rwherirr, N.Y. ,.. Pall Church, Ya. .......Norfolk. Va. ......Hampton. Va. .....Kii'hmonil, Vn. ......Louisville. Ky. .......Norfolk. Va. Second Row: J. O. SIN FI ELD. rX: 1956 .........................Morion. Pa. It. II. SKEPPSTROM. 19.58......................Portsmouth, Va. It. S. SI.IISSER. 1957 .........................Fincastle. Va. It. C. SMALL, 1958 ..............................Baltimore, Mil. J. K. SMITH, AKII; 1956 ......................Newport New . Vo. P. K. SMITH. SX; 1957 .........................Penn- Grove. NJ. Q. c. SMITH. ATO; 1956 ............................Fairfax, Va. K. SMITH. X+: 1956 ................................Akron. Olii» l . UN. SMITH. 1957 .............................Danville, Va. Third Row: It. J. SMOI.IAN. 1958 ..........................Brooklyn. N.Y. S. C. SNYDER. 1958 ..............................Sea Cliff. N.Y. J. P. SOMERS. 1958 ............................Alexandria. Va. II. I. SONNENBLICK. 1958 ..................North Brunswick. NJ. It. L. SPENCE. Z+: 1957 ..... T. C. SPENCER. 1958 ......... It. G. SPRING. 1958 ......... J. E. SQUIER. SX; 1957 ...... R. T. STACG. SN; 1958 ....... Fourth Row: T. E. STARKE. 2AK; 1956 ..... G. II. STASSF.N. Jt+E; 1957 . J. W. ST. CLAIR. XX; 1957 ... T. I). STEEL. 1957 ........... B. S. STEIN. 1958 ........... R. A. STEIN. 1957 ........... W. C. STEPHENSON. 1957 ...... P. N. STEVENS. A4-: 1956 .... It. M. STICK LEY. III. 1957 . Fifth Row: R. E. STIDLEY. 1958 .......... A. STIRLING. 1958 ............ A. P. ST. JOHN. 1958 ........ J. F. STONIIOUSE. 1958 ..... G. C. STUCKEY. «2; 1956 ...... B. W. SUBLETT. 1958 .......... T. R. SULLIVAN. JR.. 1957 .... P. H. SUTHERLAND. 1956 ...... J. McC. SUTTON, A ; 1957 ..... ........Baltimore, Md. ........Lexington, Va. . ..Roviyn Harbor, NY. ........Arlington, Va. Port Washington. N.Y. .....Richmond, Va. ..Chevy Chase. Md. Huntington. W. Va. ....Richmond. Va. .Newport News. Va. .....Paterson. NJ. ......Roanoke, Va. .....Darien, Conn. ......Roanoke, Va. Orkney Springs, Va. .....Baltimore. Md. ......Arlington, Va. ...Minneapolis, Minn. .....Richmond, Va. .......Danville, Va. ......Richmond. Va. .....Petersburg, Va. .....Richmond, Va. 101UNDERGRADUATES First Row: J. W. TALBOT. II. s. ; 1957......................Bethcsda. Md. C. E. TALLEY. 1958 ................................Warwick. Va. J. W. TALLMAN. KA; 1957 .......................Cnattanoogu. Tenn. H. K. TATE. IIKA; 1957 ..........................De merest, NJ. F. L TAYLOR. JR. IIKA; 1957 ..................Cliarlcston. W. Va. H. N. TEASLEY. JR.. 1950..........................Sandston. Va. R. J. THODEN. 1957 .................................Linden. NJ. H. A. THOMAS. 1957 .............................Alexandria. Va. Second Row: J. II. THOMAS. A+; 1956 ..................................Roanoke. Va. J. R. THOMAS. JR.. 1958 ..................................Roanoke. Va. F. C. THOMPSON. A4-; 1957 ......................Pikc-ville. Md. II. A. THOMPSON. 1957 ..........................Pittsburgh. Pa. H. P. THOMPSON. 19.59..............................Ardmore. Okla. J. L. THOMPSON. 2AE; 1956 .......................Lynchburg. Va. J. W. THOMPSON. 2+E; 19.56........................Hampton. Va. C. M. THOMPSON. ABII; 19.56.......................Paterson. N.J. Third Row: C. W. THORNTON. 1958 .................................York. Pa. R. C. TOWNSEND. 19.56 .............................Roanoke. Va. I). C. TKIBBY. 1958 ................................Purcellvillo. Va. R. A. TROSDAL. -AL; 1955 ...........................Savannah. Ca. S. J. TURILLE, KA; 1957 ........................Harrisonburg. Va. II. J. TURNBULL, 1958 ..............................New Haven. Conn. J. W. TWINAM, KA; 1956 ............................Chattanooga, Tenn. E. C. VADEN, 19.58 ...................................Danville. Va. Fourth Row: P. VANCIL, 1958 .....................................Greenwich, Conn. I). WADLEICH, SN; 1956 ................................Boston, Mow. J. R. WAID. AKB; 1956 ..............................Raleigh, W. Va. II. P. WALKER. 1957 ................................Pcarisburg. Va. R. R. WALKER. 1958 ..................................Arlington. Va. C. S. WALLACE. +K+; 1957 .............................Richmond. Va. J. W. WALLACE. 4-AH; 1956 ............................Tazewell. Va. M. T. WARE. 1958 ...................................Richmond. Va. Fifth Row: J. A. WASHINGTON. II. 1958 ....................Charlottesville. Va. A. II. WASSER. 1958 ................................New York. N.Y. I). L. WASSERMAN. 1957 ................................Norfolk. Va. C. R. WATERS. II. 1958 .............................Cape Charles. Va. I). W. WAUGH. £N; 1956 ..............................Arlington, Va. C. WEBB. III. 1957 .................................Washington, N.Y. 102UNDERGRADUATES First Row: R. E. WEBB, JK.. £X; 1957 ......................I ui.villc, Ky. K. BARKY WEETMAN, 1958 ..........................Arlington. Va. !.. I). WK1.I.S. 1958 ..........................Springs Conn. T. C. WEYMOUTH. JK.. 1957 ....................Newport New . V . W. F. WIIALEN, SX; 1956 .........................McKecport, Pi. C. S. WHEATLEY, III. 1957 ........................Danville. Vi. C. 0. WHITE. 1958 .......................................Luray, V . K. L. WHITE. 1958 ...................................Lynchburg. Va. Second How: W. E. WHITE. 1957 ...........................Max Meadow . Va. W. N. WHITE. 1956 ...................................Luray. Va. J. R. WHITEHEAD. 1958 .......................Kirkland. Arirona B. J. WILDMAN. 1956 ............................Arlington. Va. W. W. WILDMAN, 2 K-. 1956..........................Warwick, Va. C. B. WILKES. III. 1958 ........................Arlington, Va. I). McC. WILLIAMS. 1958 ........................Alexandria. Va. I . R. WILLIAMS. 1958 .............................Roanoke, Va. Third How: II. J. WILLIAMS. JK.. KA; 19S6....................Richmond. Va. R. T. WILLIAMS. 1958 ..........................Tire Plains Va. P. C. WILLIAMSON. 1958 ........ C. L. WILLARD. X+; 1956 ....... E. C. WILSON. 1958 ............ W. H. WILSON. Ill, 1958 ....... W. U. WINES. 1958 ............. J. O. WINSTON. III. A+; 1957 .. Fourth Row: K. If. WOOD. BOB; 1957 ........ M. N. WOOD. 1957 ............. W. W. WOOD, HI. 1959 .......... E. L. WOODARD. JR.. Mil; 1957 . B. II. WOODBRIDCE. JK., IIKA; 1957 .. M. B. WOODS. 1959 ............. S. O. WOOSTER. JR.. AT: 1957 .. F. McN. WOOTEN. 1958 .......... Fifth How: J. I). WRIGHT. JK.. 1957 ...... L. WRIGHT, 1958 ............... W. E. WYATT. HI, A ; 1957 ..... W. R. YOUNG. JR.. 2AE; 1956 ... S. J. ZANELLI, 1956 ........... M. M. ZEDD, ZBT; 1956 ........ M. N. ZIRKLE. 1957 ............ ........Crewe, Va. New Haven, Conn. ......Norfolk. Va. .....Roanoke. Va. ....Baltimore, Md. ,... Houston, Tcxa» .Upper Montclair, NJ. ......Whilcmarvh. Pa. Port Wuhinglon, N.Y. .........Hickory. N.C. .......Alexandria, Va. .........Richmond, Va. ..........Suffolk. Va. ..........Camden, S.C. ..Shaker Height . Ohio ...........Orange, N.J. ........Sali.hury, Md. .............Salem, Va. .....Bound Brook. NJ. ...........Norfolk, Va. .... Liverpool, England 103FEATURESNAHUE  Ou 'tkoJlQ} oAujj cWl § AVtft, £ o£«r cfca m,C''umk ♦ Vi d nA K«ty. »Mm vS nWfiA Uv lu 4 cJu £ JOO art SStoM- J icfaS,. i-lVNi) CJUtt TK MIDYVIM TE RSHAKE, RATTLE AND . . . CRUMP SEVENTH INNING STRETCH— COOL SOUNDS IN CABELL SATURDAY NIGHT (LATE)— - v '3 FRATERNITIESKAPPA EPSILON DELTA Founded al Yale in 1844. Established al llie University of Virginia on November 26. 1852. ETA C II A P T E R FRATRES IN FACULATE Llewellyn Griffin Hoxlon FRATRES IN URBE William T. Barnett Medley M. Bowen Harold Burrows David W. Carr Leonard Coiner J. Malcolm Luck Maynadier Mason Roger R. Rliincliart Roger R. Rliincliart, Jr. Gus K. Tebell David Joseph Wood David Joseph Wood, Jr. Joseph M. Wood. Ill James A. Bakhtiar William J. Butler Robert G. Cabell. Jr. Joseph II. Call William B. Duncan Gessncr 11. Echols Peter J. Fitzgerald William A. Forrest John V. Garland Douglas M. Godine Carlton Hawthorne Colson II. Millier Robert B. Hobbs. Jr. Thomas 0. Hunter Rudolph Johnson Charles II. Jones. Jr. Charles S. Knowles James E. Knowles Harry E. Lee Richard B. 1-ec Owen Meadows Joseph Mehalick ACTIVES John L. Middleton Drewry E. Moore William R. Morris, Jr. Martin J. Patscl Benjamin A. Petriili. Paul I.. Phipps John J. Polier Robert L. Potter John Rliincliart Lawrason Riggs, Jr. Daniel W. Rose Donald M. Saer James M. Shoemaker, Jr. Frank M. Slayton William D. Stallings Granville H. Swope Edward G. Talley William L. Tazewell John R. Waide William C. Walker James S. Welch Jesse B. Wilson. HI 122FRATERNITY First Row: Duncan. Pclrilli, Riggs. Hobbs. Rinclmrl, Godine, Talley. Shconi) Row: Fitzgerald. R. B. Lee, Saer, Shoemaker, Swope, Echols. Middleton, Garland, Tazewell, Potter. Third Row: Brooks. Welch, Morris, Walker. Hunter, J. E. Knowles, II. E. Lee, Slayton. Polzer. Fourth Row: Tarrcll, Stallings. Jones, Hillicr, Call. Wilson, Johnson, Patscl.P H I Founded at Jefferson College in 1852. Established at the University of Virginia in 1853. A L I I I A C H A P T E R KAPPA P S I FRATRKS IN FACULATE T. Munford Bovd I)r. Oscar Swinford. Jr. FRATRKS IN URBE George Eager George Gilmer Noak I„ Malm I). Barry Marshall Sidney W. Anderson. Jr. Winlield I.. Aslicnfeltcr Carter S. Bagiev William F. Ballard James I.. Bolt Philip J. Bower I.loyd Brett Stanley P. Christopher. Ill David W. Duffy Arthur S. Emory David H. Farrar Thomas C. Ferguson Henry B. Frazier. Ill Donald A. Kinkaid John W. Kinkaid, Jr. C. Bruce Morton John II. Robinson T. J. Wertcnbaker Bucky Whit lues ACTIVES William II. Kinuucan James I. Lankford, Jr. Thomas M. Levis, Jr. Wirt P. Marks, ill Duncan C. Mcrriwcather Peter M. McPcak Virgil P. Randolph Donald II. Rhodes George B. Schroeder. Jr. Waller C. Tubb George E. Tolson, III Clarke S. Wallace Gaylord C. Whipple. Jr. Edward II. White, III William M. Wilson 124FRATERNITY Kikst How: Farrar. Emory, Bower, Wallace, Levis, Ferguson. Second How: Lankford, McPcak, Duffy. Kinkaid, Rhodes, Boh, Baglcy, Tahh. Third How: David, Wilson, Frazier, Scliroedcr, Wipple, Kinnucan, Christopher, Handolph. g;P FjPHI KAPPA SIGMA Founded at the University of Pennsylvania in 1850. Established at the University of Virginia in 1854. FRATRES IN FACULATE McLemorc Birdsong Oscar W. Underwood George Cooper. Jr. William H. Wood Lewis M. Hammond FRATRESIN URHE Hunter I . Faulconer Noel Stevens Thomas H. Merrick James D. Wood Frank T. Sutton. HI Lyttleton T. Wood ACTIVES John P. Ackerly William E. Ha clgrovc Charles Arnold William H. Hunt Ernest A. A rend John D. Jarrctt James W. Black Jtiilian E. Jenkins, Jr. Beverly W. Browne David E. King Robert C. Butcher Lee C. Kitchen Charles G. Cary Randolph W. MacElrov Miles Cary. Jr. Edward C. Maeder. Jr. Hudnall Christopher Scott C. Mason John E. Coleman James G. McKinley Rufus G. Coldwcll Tucker W. McLaughlin James E. Covington. Jr. W. Tabh Moore John B. Collins John H. Mulholland James E Crocker John B. Orgain, III Joseph C. Cutchin, Jr. Robert R. Parrish. Jr. James R. V. Daniel. Ill William C. Preston Nelson C. Fredscll. Jr. Archer C. Rubin James Fidler Wallace Stettinius Howard E. Gill. Jr. George C. Stuck)- John D. Gray Edward A. Talman Syd K. Hunlie. Jr. Roderick Watson Robert M. White INACTIVE MEMBERS Edward F. Colon Robert F. Lyle Lewis Jones, Jr. 126 FRATERNITY First How: King, M. Cary, Stctlinius, Waison. Jones, Gray, Lyle, Arend. Mason. Talman. Colon. Second How: Jenkins, Christopher. Hrowne, Moore, Colchvcll, Coleman, Black. Gill. Stuckey, Cutcliin. Third Row: Jarrell. While, Orgain, (Collins, Ruffin, Daniels, Maedcr, Butcher. Mulhulland. Fourth Row: Crocker, Ackerly, Hunt, Hazelgrove, C. Ciarv. Kilchin, llamel. Mardic. Freston, George (House hoy). BETA THETA PI Founded aI Miami University, 1839. Established at the University of Virginia in 1854. OMICRO N C II A PTER FRATRES IN FACULATE M. A. J. Barlow A. J. G. Priest Hardy Dillard FRATRES IN l)RBE Carl M. Davis, Jr. John J. Owen Junius R. Fishborne David A. Smith General E. R. W. McCabe William M. Smith G. Grove McGowan Dr. Charles C. Tennant C. Venable Minor ACTIVES William U. Ault Willium H. Muys John J. Baecber. Jr. Austin J. Moore. Jr. George W. Harlow. II Peter M. Page Kol ert L. Hobannon Robert N. Page David B. Bowes Stanley I). Petter Tbomas H. Buisl M. I.. Putney. Jr. George N. Clay William K. Rector James J. Cromwell James B. Root George L. Doolittle Lionel L. Rowe Eric E. Ellington James L. Rumsey Benjamin 0. Geer. Jr Robert F. Rush Alexander G. Gilliam. Jr. W. Richard Saltier. Ill Herbert R. Griflitb George 1). Sinklrr W right B. Hougbland Alex P. Smith Benjamin Huger. H Stuart R. Whitehurst Jon E. Jewett Keith II. Wood Donald C. Johnston Ernest L. Woodard, Jr. Robert B. I.andon James P. Woodard Grover C. Wright. Jr. INACTIVES Waverlv L. Berkeley Estcl D. Nichols Walter G. Garner Richard Vinton Jack M. Gwaltney R. Wheat Wallcnborn William L. Littlejohn 123 FRATERNITY First Row: Rector. GrilTith, Cromwell, Wright, Geer. Hough-land. Second Row: Rowe. Mrs. Manchester. Nichols, Priest, Johnston. Berkeley, Whitehurst. Third Row: J. Woodard. Page. Putney, Kllington, Fetters. Littlejohn. Jewett. Gilliam. Fourth Row: Rumsey, Clay, Bacchcr, Rush, Bohannon, Huger. Wallenhorn. Buist. Fifth Row: Bowes, Mays, E. Woodard, Sinklcr, Saltier. Lan-don, Doolittle. Barlow, Moore.THETA DELTA CHI Founded at Union College in 1817. Established at the University of Virginia in 1857. FRATRES IN FACULATE Vincent W. Archer Andrew I). Hart Albert C. A. Babe Emerson G. Spies James R. Cash George B. Zchnicr Albert G. A. Balz John W. Campbell John S. Graves Henry A. I laden T. T. Hcwson John W. Henshaw John Y. Lancaster FRATRES IN HR RE Evan J. Male William A. McCIting A. Hcwson Michic Thomas J. Michic Joseph I. Ncvins C. Elmo Stevens J. Dean Tilman. Jr. Michael I . Barhagallo Ren Y. Bigler. Jr. William H. Burdick Joseph E. Clcvengier William J. Dick Charles H. Dowling Clifford A. Enright Richard B. Franklin James G. Gchringcr Ben H. Hansel John C. Howard Robert R. Long ACTIVES James R. McCarren Robert S. Moran James S. Nobli.t Wendell H. Oliver Raymond A. Passacantando John V. Prestia Joseph C. Russell Peter M. Simmons Richard S. Slusser Harry A. Thompson Taylor F. Turner N U CHARGE 00 Edward D. Brazier Joel A. Clark John Larson INACTIVES Paul II. Payne Raoul Pietri William J. Ogden 130FRATERNITY Fiust How: lliglcr, McCarrcn. Dr. Balz. Nevins. Barl agallo. Preslia. Skcond Bow: A. G. Ralz. Bussell, Howard. Dick, Clevenger, Pielri. Tmim Bow: Long. Burdick. Passacantando. J. Banko.PHI GAMMA DELTA Founded at Jefferson College in 1840. Established at University of Virginia in 1858. OMIC R O N CHAPTER FRATRES IN FACULATE Raymond C. Rice Sidman P. Pool Colgate Darden, Jr. FRATRES IN URRE Rarron Black Donald R. Richburg Colgate W. Darden. Ill Woods Stringfellow Arm is toad I)o! ic Rrucc A. Talmadge W. S. Hildreth Edwin Wcyland Thomas R. Jarman ACTIVES Charles R. Arrington. Jr. R d ert M. Hoover Harold I.. Baynes James R. Howe. Jr. Carroll M. Rcrndt. Jr. James G. Hunter. Jr. Oval R. Boone Charles N. Luckie Hugh 1,. Chappellc, II Samuel R. Marney, Jr. William C. Childress James E. McCabe. Jr. Lewis M. Costello Benjamin Michaelson. Jr. James R. Coulter Samuel J. Milligan. Jr. Ward Delaney. Jr. Donald L. Nichols James C. Dunn. Jr. Norman P. Rictor Charles R. Foster Richard G. Roane Benjamin M. Gaston. Jr. Charles II. Rohr John M. Grant, Jr. Clarence W. Sharp J. Lawrence Grim. Jr. Thomas I). Soulier Nicholas Goldshorough Peter M. TcnBrocck Louis W. Hargrave Gordon R. Trapnell PLEDGES Charles C. Broaddus. Ill Albert J. Penley, Jr. Donald W. Parks Robert A. Robinson. Jr. Neal I). Marks George R. Thomas Michael V. McCutchan Benjamin S. Warren. Ill 132F R A T E R N I T Y First Kow: Dunn. Boonr, Costello, Hunter, Grim, Chappelle, Soulier, Arrington. Second Kow: Trapnell, Robinson, Kohr, Koane, Delaney, Hoover. Parks, McCabe. Third Row: Foster, Milligan, Luckie, Rictor, Hargrave, Golds-borough, Gaston. Fourth Row: Howe, Childress, Nichols, Marks, Haynes, McCulchan, Berndt. Fifth Row: TcnBrocck, Grant. Penley, Micbaelson.SIGMA ALPHA EPSILO Founded at University of Alabama in 1845. Established at the University of Virginia in 1858. FRATRES IN FACULATE Clinton J. Davisson James Mullcndore Atcheson llcncli FRATRES IN URHE Marshall Black Judge C. Brooks Alan Cromwell Pierre Collins William Dudley William Eurle Raymond Lorring, Jr. Charles Moran Robert Osborn John Papit Frank T. Parker John B. Simms Gilbert J. Sullivan AI York Lawson F. Appcrson Rola-rt R. Bailey Frank C. Bedell Herbert L. Boatwright Richard K. Brantley George R. Browner John S. Childress William B. Clarke William M. Cochran A. Jones Cox William B. Creech. Jr. Harold G. Dixon John B. Frye Benjamin S. Gill Richmond E. Guthrie Henry E. Harris William P. Harris Walter C. Hart ridge Herbert R. Hartwell Theodore H. Hoffman L. David Horner C. Ronald Jenkins Charles C. Jett Crawley F. Joyner Melvin S. Krause ACTIVES Carlton M. Luck Joseph W. May Frederick M. Moyer Benjamin K. Phipps Robert E. Pogue Thomas R. Price John M. Oakey Michael F. O'Brien Paul P. Raulet Nathaniel F. Rcmick Melvin E. Roach Bernard A. Schwab Robert Smithwick, Jr. Thomas E. Stark Jack L. Thompson Stanley M. Titus Reidar A. Trosdal Cecil E. Underwood Theodore J. Viurs Jesse S. Vogtle Bertrand L. Warren John C. Weaver Charles F. Young William I,. Young VIRGINIA OMICRON CHAPTER INACTIVES Donald II. Alexander Marion S. Boyd. Jr. Frederick N. Cole, Jr. Donald C. Hannah Stuart H. Harris Thomas F. Johnston Thomas G. Milstead, Jr. Foster H. Pettit Frank F. Smith. Jr. 134FRATERNIT Fikst Row: Young, Roach, Browner, Phipps, liarlridgc, Vogllc, Moyer, Bedell. Cochran, Warren, Boatwright, Smith-wick. Second Row: H. Harris, Jett. Viars, W. I). Harris, Appcrson, Thompson, Childress, Raulet, Weaver, Homer, Cox. Third Row: Titus, Hannah, Smith. Luck, Trosdal, Starke, Boyd. Frye, Curry, Hartwell.DELTA P S I Founded at Coliimhus in 1847. Established at the University of Virginia in 1859. FRATRES IN FACULATE William H. While, Jr. FRATRESIN UKBE Peter A. Gay Edward Taylor Llewellyn Miller Frank Tallintl, III Calvin S. Sachcrs Dr. Robert Tunstall George II. Semlar William II. White ACTIVES Bryon S. Anderson Edward P. Munson Horace B. Anderson Charles P. Oates. Jr. Jonathan R. Bryan Robert M. Payne Morton II. Clarke James Piper. Ill Richard Cocke Isaac M. Read, Jr. John J. Corson, IV Richard A. Reid Robinson A. Deering Charles M. Riddle. HI William It. Dorsey. Ill Alexander M. Roe Lee P. Dudley Reginald E. Rutledge Robert B. Eggleston Lawrence M. Scarborough, Jr. Victor S. Evans Sidney B. Scott John T. Fisher George S. Shackelford George G. Grattan. IV William C. Stephenson. Ill Alexander Hamilton. IV Joseph Stettinius Alexander Y. Hoff J. Hume Taylor. Jr. John T. Howard H. Hudnall Ware. Ill William M. Lite James I.. Ware James I . Massie, Jr. Lawrence A. Warner (diaries Merriman. Ill James 0. Winston. HI Bernard W. McCray, Jr. Theodore K. Woods William L. McGill Eugene M. Valentine Thomas Michie 136FRATERNITY First Row: B. Anderson, Kvans, Read, Riddle, Eggleston. Second Row: Corson, W inslon, Bryan, MeCi , fo T, Hoc, Scarborough. Third Row: Hamilton, W arner, Stcllinius, Either, Merriman. Fourth Row: McCray, Scott. Oates, Dorsey, Valentine. Fifth Row: Woods. Reid. Grattan, Ware. Sixth Row: Micliie. Dudley, Deering, Taylor. Seventh Row: Clarke. Mattie, II. Anderson. Shackelford.CHI PHI Founded at Princeton University in 1824. Established at the University of Virginia in 1839. FRATRES IN FACULATE I.. L Davis Dr. Richard H. ilenneman Harry Frazier, Jr. William C. Kcpner FRATRES IN IJRRE George II. Barkley Walter Cushman Edward R. Dyer Harrison G. Echols Robert E. Echols John G. Luce, Jr. James R. Twyman James R. Wood William T. Rcrkeley Alexander S. Bowers Marshall S. Carper William J. Cudlip Philip C. Coleman Henry D. Dagit Henry F . DePas Conway C. Dillingham Robert C. Ernest King C. Harrison Valery Havard, HI James II. Hill Steven M. Jones ACTIVES Bohum R. Kinloch Slierw(M d E. Liles Robert A. McKenncy, III Thomas E. Mullen William K. Norman Edward R. Pryor Robert Rockwell Claude A. Smith Francis O. Strailman James T. Sullivan Littell W. White, III Richard Wray James S. Zanclli 138 ALPHA CHAP T ER Edward H. EightFRATERNITY First How: White, Mullen, Pryor, Coleman, Carper, Cud I ip, Hill. McKcnney, Rockwell, Jones. Second How: Rcrkcloy. Lyles. Strailman, Dagil, Wray, DePas, Sullivan, Dillingham. Kinloch. Third How: l)r. Phil, Norman. Krnest, Harrison, Kight, Walsh, Havard, Zanclli. SIGMA C H I Founded at Miami University in 1855. Established at the University of Virginia in 1860. PSI C H A P T E R FRATRES IN FACULATE Willi.sion L. Clover Jason Criglcr James M. Dent Thomas G. Hereford Glen Jinking, I,t., U.S.N. Byrd S. Lea veil Joseph I.. Vaughan FRATRES IN URBF. Robert Copeland Robert R. Harmon Donald A. Harris Charles Kiraly Richard Lane Lynn F. Stout Ren Thompson E. M. Williams. Capt.. U.S.N. (ret’d) Laurence M. Bragg Caldwell Dugan INACTIVES James F. Farrell James V. Revcrcomh Robert E. Anewalt William H. Barrett Joseph E. Burlas Carl B. Caplinger Louis Fields Roger H. Fitch Malcolm B. Fornshill Louis Gravelle Edward M. Halley Bartholomew T. Hogan Bernard P. Holland. Ill Dana L. Kclder Robert E. Kelley. Jr. Gene K. Kelley William G. Key Ronald B. Krueger James I.chan ACTIVES Charles R. Leone Ashby C. Moncure Daniel F. O’Keefe. Jr. Arthur M. Parker Earl A. Patterson Fred B. Raines William 11. Rhuc John 0. Sinficld Paul K. Smith Russell I. Townsend Robert II. Turner Fred A. Vinson David E. Wells William F. Whalen Thomas E. White Herbert E. Wilson, Jr. John E. Zcntmcycr Thomas R. Bello Stuart T. Bowden Dan 0. Callaghan Charles I). Chandler Herbert F. Clarke Samuel L. Croft James M. Daniel Jerry A. Elam Edward A. 0. Gallcrt George W. Hcrsh. HI Kelvin M. Heaney PLEDGES Stephen Hoffcr, Jr. F. Rogers Jones, Jr. James A. Kirkland James M. Marcks Robert G. Mitchell Cary M. Mountcastlc Herman A. Pfeifer, Jr. William W. Prillaman Carlton M. Vail Thomas Wood, III 140FRATERNIT First How: Jones, Burlas, Kelder. Sinfield, Patterson, Bragg, Kreuger. Ilollniul. G. Kelley, Key, K. Kelley. Fitch, Wilson, Farrell, Bellow. Second How: Mitchell, Prillaman. Pfeifer. Leone, Parker, Smith, Ancwall. Turner. White, Forhshill. O'Keefe, Zcntmcyer, Townsend, Monouro, Hogan, Croft. Third How: Vail. Bowden, Fttcri. HofTer, Montcastle, Gallcrt, Wood. Daniel. Heaney, Clark. Hersh. Flam. Marcks, Woodson.CHI P S I Founded at Union College in 1811. Established at University of Virginia in 1860. Reestablished in 1949. FRATRES IN’ FACULATE C. K. Davenport F. C. Forbes Nelson T. Levings, Jr. FRATRES IN URKE Raymond C. Hunt Moreland J. McMurry Herbert A. Burgeon Philip I). Barksdale Jon S. Barrett James I). Bartlett Howard S. Boote. Jr. Dwight S. Burgess J. Carr Dorman B. Danforth Ely Daniel M. Frakcs Stanley N. Gaines Harry S. Hcnrich John T. Heyward Andrew W. I lodge Stewart B. Kean William V. King John T. Martin Charles B. McCoy J. M. McEwan ACTIVES Livingston Morris John M. Mudge James M. Mustard Ronnie W. Mutch Robert B. Norris William G. Plummer A. Pitts Robinson Leo J. Rocca, Jr. Bruce W. Rollinson William G. Sheldon Craig M. Smith Richey Smith W. Cordes Snyder Stouder C. Thompson C. Lawson Willard C. Brent Winn Frederick C. Witsell ALPHA OMICRON CHAPTER 142 Michael M. McFall James A. WoodsF R A T E R N I T Y First Row: Marlin, Ely, Wilsell. Skcond Row: McCoy, Barllcll, McFall. Winn, Mudgc, Willard, McEwan, Barrel!, Hodge. Third Row: Thompson, Robinson, Rocca, Norris, Bryan, Heyward, Boole, Rollinson, "Bill.”PI KAPPA ALPHA Founded at the University of Virginia in 1868. FKATRES IN' URBE Barringer D. Marshall ACTIVES Kenneth W. Bateman Joseph D. Brown. Ill Peter T. Burr Claude C. Cross Daniel I.. Detwiler. Jr. James J. Elekes Graham L. Evans. Jr. Richard A. Farmer. Jr. Theophilus A. Feild. Ill Anthony S. Geneovese Jesse J. Hagy Donald I.. Ilanhaek John A. Mar ly, III Waller L. Hill Charles E. Huddle, Jr. John P. Holmgren Robert L. McCarty, III William N. McSwecn John K. Minler Thomas E. Pruden Ralph B. Rhodes .luck A. Rogers Robert A. Rich Paul Scarborough. Ill David II. Sharpe John E. Sommers Richard S. Stokes John P. Sutton Frank L. Taylor, Jr. Harry L. Thomas Henry W. Tooke Richard W. Wilkinson 144 ALPHA CHAPTERF R A T E R N I T Fikst How: Cooper, Tooke, Hahmig, Sharp. Skcond How: Huddle, Rhodes, Pruden, Hagy, Sommers, Mintcr, Klekes, Harvey, Sullon. Third How: Taylor, Baienicn, Rogers, Detwiler, Hardy, Burr, Evans, Cross, Brown, Scarborough, Dave. VZ E T A P S 1 Founded at New York University in 1847. Established at the University of Virginia in 1868. B E T A C H A P T E R FKATKES IN FACULATE Earnest J. Oglesby Benjamin F. D. Bunk FRATRES IN URBE Cammon C. Duke W'illiam P. Moore Ivey Lewis Samuel Pendleton Frank MacConachie Bradley Peyton III John G. McCrony ACTIVES Basil B. Acey Thomas J. Hanley Samuel A. Anderson John B. Kuyan Frederick W. Artois David A. Lyle William S. Blakely John Marshall. Jr. Donald W. Bonvie James F. Matthews Kenneth K. Burnett John B. McKee, Jr. Howard L. Butler Peter K. McKee Calvin C. Cole W'illiam F. McKee John L. Cook W'illiam K. McWilliams Richard C. Culbrith W'illiam M. Nickerson Guy A. Dirom William M. Quigg William M. Edwards Wilson L. Rivera William H. Foulk Clatcr W. Smith Herman I). Gatling Robert L. Spence Jack B. Gilbert James H. Worth 146FRATERNIT First Row: Bonvic, Cole, Nickerson, Dr. Lewis, Butler, Kayan. Artois, Quigg. Second Row: Levi, Diram. Mathews. Kdwards, W. McKee, I . McKee, Marshall, Worth. Third Row: Accy, McWilliams, Rurnett, Cooke, Spence, Culhrilh. Blakely, B. McKee.ALPHA TAU OMEGA Founded at Richmond, Virginia in 1865. Established at the University of Virginia in 1868. FRATRES IN URBK Charles E. Henderson Edward .Milieu Dorf Elbert A. Kinkaid Frank L. Hereford FRATRES IN URRE George W. Barlow Samuel Lee John S. Bailie Waller B. Ryan, Jr. Thomas M. Carruthcrs ACTIVES Shelton W. Ruzzle John R. Bowers Barker I). Bracken Maury E. Brassert Miller A. Kuslmng, Jr. Frederick I.. Cronin B. I . Edmunds, Jr. David L. Fannon Edward S. Frailer. Jr. Allen A. Futral, Jr. Theodore S. Garnet!, Jr. Charles F. Goodrich Allan II. Grundy J. I . Hanhury William F. Hardaway James B. Hoover David E. Ivy Ralph F. Kneeland, III Roger J. Lawrence C. Kenneth Lyle Minor L. Marston Ollio F. Mears, Jr. George W. Michael Hugh M. Mitchell. Jr. Ray R. Poynter, Jr. William D. Roberts John K. Russell Quentin C. Smith John I . Snead, IV Rol»ert W. Stone II. Malarkcy Wall Beverly T. White. Jr. VIRGINIA DELTA CHAPTER INACTIVES Kenneth L. Bazzle William K. Bancrdt Craig M. Copper Robert M. Craighill William W. Greenhalgh Benin Janssen Leigh Middlediteli Walter II. Lewis 148FRATERNITY First Row: While, Milchcll, Stone, Snead. Fraher, Ivy, Han bury, Mitchell. Second Row: “Dreivry,” Grundy, Hardaway, Russell, Bush ong, Fannon, Knceland. Godrich, Baz .le, “Monroe.” Third Row: “Ernie,” Kdmunds, Smith. Cronin, Bowers, Poynter, Futral, Lyle, Lawrence.KAPPA SIGMA Founded at the University of Virginia in 1869. FRATRES IN FACULATE George 0. Ferguson, Jr. Richard C. Garlick T. Carye Johnson William M. McGill Bernard Mayo F. D. G. Kibble James R. Riley K. U. Slaughter Cummins Speakman, Jr. William E. Stokes J. Southall Wilson Fletcher L). Woodward John Howe Yoe FRATRES IN URBE Jeffery Auer Max C. Kennedy C. Bernard Bailey Lem Smith Fred Colmer Edward Thornton Edwin H. Copenhaver Knox Turnbull Clay DeLauney Lyttlcton Waddell George Du rfey W. W. Waddell ACTIVES Thomas H. Agee Kenneth Kite Donald I). Allen Fulton Lewis, III Robert F. Anderson Robert H. Morrison Hubert II. Burlier Daniel W. Myers Walter B. Boyd Edward A. Parmele. Jr. James N. Crouch Paul E. Patton Frank A. Decker Charles L. Reed Douglas Elliot William W. Robinson Howard L. Forcey B. Frank Saul Irwin S. Fosnaiigh Barry P. Sebralla Edwin J. Gould Robert L. Ward Harry J. Hermann Robert A. Woithe Lionel S. Johns Raymond G. Woolfe John W. King INACTIVES ZETA C HA P T ER 150 Howard A. Dankcl James S. Tardy Lou HansenFRATERNITY First How: Barker, King, Hohinson. Scbralla, Hermann, Johns, Morrison, Decker, Parntclc. Second How: Slalor. Could. Ward, Patton, Crowson, Fos-naiigli, I cwis, Heed. Third How: Agee, Mvers, Anderson. Elliot.SIGMA N U Founded at Virginia Military Institute in 1869. Established at the University of Virginia in 1870. FRATRES IN FACULATE Kicliurd R. Fletcher Thomas H. Turner Chapin Jones Wells A. Anderson ACTIVES Lee C. Marstcllcr William G. Anderson Jacob L. Mathews John V. Arban David A. Mitchell James Bazemore Francis E. Moravitz Julius A. Becker Charles R. Montgomery Robert R. Beczcr William K. Parsons John J. Board Thomas W. Page Aubrey R. Bowles W. Lee Phillips Nicholas P. Chopcy Roger B. Pierson Paul L. Colter Preston Quesenberry Ronald 0. Dcderick Roger A. Ramm Kenneth M. Donaldson Horace A. Riggin Rurik F. Ekstrom James W. St. Clair Frederick II. Elcy Edward 0. Simpson Matthew FIcssner Lloyd T. Smith James A. Hinkle Taylor Smith James S. Howie James E. Squicr John E. Jones Richard T. Stagg Donald L. Kovach John P. Stokes William L. Krebs James W. Talbot William G. Lawrence Donald Wadlcigh Clayton P. I.udeman Newell B. Wallace Thomas N. Lynn Douglas W. Waugh James II. McKillop Robert E. Webb Kenneth R. Mclntirc Alexander Whitaker John A. Mclntirc Erwin H. Will Warren R. Birgc INACTIVES John V. Klein Andrew Johnson Edgar Lawson BETA CHAPTER 152 William E. Dvorak Robert E. Gunderman PLEDGES Henry JordanFRATERNITY First How: Kiev, W. C. Anderson, Mathews, Arban, Bcezer, Lynn, Will. L. T. Smith. Howie, K. K. Me Inti re. Second How: Webb, Dederick, Wadleigh, St. Clair, Ekstrom, Montgomery, Simpson. Donaldson. Krebs, Qucsenberry, FI css-ner, J. A. Mclntirc. Third How: Becker, Talbot, Lawrence, Stagg, Squier, Higgin, Lndemnn, McKillop, Jones, Stokes, Phillips, Fred Carey, Cotter. KAPPA ALPHA Founded at Washington College in 1865. Established at the University of Virginia in 1873. FRATRES IN FACULATE Robert P. Black Arthur Kyle Davis. Jr. Francis Johnson Duke Byrd S. Leave!I Wendell E. Malborn Charles Patterson Nash FRATRES IN URBE Walter S. Chisholm Austin I). Kilham Edward W. Clarke Walter K. LeCount, Jr. William T. Gibson Richard F. McPherson Thomas P. Grasty R. Watson Sadder Charlton G. Holland Harry L. Smith. Jr. John Hundiy Joseph H. James S. L. Williamson ACTIVES Seland Baker, Jr. Charles S. Kilby John T. Bazzarre Conrad W. Kuhlthau. Ill John H. Bishop Peter W. McDaniel William R. Bruce, Jr. Monte M. Miller John J. Cardwell Edward W. Mitchell Frederic H. Cox, Jr. Alfred B. Pittman Robert L. Cox Allan R. Plumlcy, Jr. James E. Craig Jack P. Ray Peter 1,. P. Dillon Roland C. Ricker John I.. Goiser J. E. B. Stuart Graham L. Hales John W. Tallman John E. Hall. Ill Charles II. Thomas James S. Hickson Stuart J. Turrillc Max S. Horton Joseph W. Twinam James W. Hud low James B. West. Jr. Henry H. Hudson Harold J. Williams, Jr. INACTIVES William F. Addington Henry G. Blosser Dana I). Burch Wallace M. Davies Edwin E. Gatewood Edwin J. Marvic, Jr. John A. Herring Daniel C. Fickle James I.. Miller, Jr. William A. Molster Blaine T. Phillips Peter W. Rankle Charles S. Warner Remold E. Wcisc Sidney J. White 154 L A M B I) A C H A P T E R INITIATES William II. HucklcO R D E R First Row: Thomas, Ray, Tallman, Philips, Turrille, Pitman. Second Row: Dillon. Hall, Bazzarre, Cardwell, Molster, Twinam. Third Row: Williams, F. II. Cox, Plum ley, McDaniel, Kuhlthnu, Hales. Fourth Row: Craig, Kilby, Hudson, R. L. Cox, Bishop, Hudlow. Fifth How: Mitchell, Hickson, Stuart, Warner, Horton, Gatewood. Baker. Bruce. Bicker, Miller.PHI DELTA THETA Founded at Miami (Ohio) University in 1840. Established at the University of Virginia in 1873. B E I A CHAP T E It FRATRES IN FACULATE Dr. H. Hedges Dr. H. II. Mulholland T. Lockard Dr. Thorp FRATRES IN URBE C. Barham, Jr. C. C. Carrol, Jr. H. O. Donovan Judge Franklin C. P. Howzc Donald Lamont William H. Albrecht, Jr. Richard S. Anderson James (). Bates John W. Bickncll Kanton W. Brecnen Robert Y. Button Charles L. Carpenter, Jr. Gerald S. Cassell William L. Christian William D. Cock rail Richard M. Covington Claude Crockett. Jr. Christopher S. Crowell Donald A. Douglas Francis H. Fannon Frederick B. Forward, Jr. Marion S. Gravely. Jr. Robert D. Greer Walter W. Hatch. Jr. Glenn A. Holloman Robert K. Hopkins. Jr. John Howzc Willard F. Johnson E. N. McWilliams R. M. Millar E. V. Walker R. M. Wells Albert Yancy ACTIVES David G. King Sidney C. Kinkcad, Jr. Ronald B. Kledzik Kcrmit Lowry, Jr. Malcolm R. Marsh I.arry McEvoy Norman II. McNair, Jr. Charles R. Modlin Charles W. Norris Derward Phipps, Jr. Ray Quillen William I). Reams. Jr. Carlton I.. Schclhorn Harry R. Sclverian John G. Simpson Leonard II. Simpson Claude A. Smith Henry M. Strempek Robert G. Tollman Richard P. Tillack John W. Wallace Allen K. White Roger C. Wilkenloh INITIATES David Chancy William Lcechman Stuart L. Keesee Donald W. Spears 156FRATERNITY First Row: Breeden. Wallace. SECOND Row: Reams, Douglas. Gravely, Kinkcad, Hopkins, Rates. Hatch. Third Row: Crocket. Carpenter. Cassell, Selvcrian, Johnson, Cockrell. Fourth Row: J. Simpson. Norris. Covington, Crowell, Christian, L. Simpson. Fifth Row: Smith. Forward, Bickncll, Holloman, Phipps, Wilkenloh, King. Sixth Row: Lowry, Spears, Anderson.SIGMA PHI EPSILON Founded at Richmond College in 1900. established at the University of Virginia in 1906. VIRGINIA ETA CHAPTER FRATRES IN FACULATE J. L. Manahan J. A. Rorcr R. A. Meade E. C. Stevenson FRATRES IN URBE 0. T. Amory H. M. Hawkins J. S. Bazcmorc J. Kcnon J. P. Bo wry, Fr. T. H. Lewis H. J. Browne R. Muidmcnl I). Cook B. Patterson A. T. Dulaney W. C. Porter C. L. Hawkins J. A. Rorcr, Jr. ACTIVES Alan II. Barnes William L. Hudgins L. A. Berner!. Jr. Joseph J. Hughes Andrew E. Bowles. Jr. Robert Jones Albert A. Carr Raymond Q. Lawrence Janies M. Chamberlin James G. .McCall Warren F. Cliauncey Watson B. Miller Randolph Church. Jr. James B. Mock David K. Colescott James E. Moye Frank M. Crunce D. B. Nuckles John R. Compton James H. Pattisall Charles I.. Crummclt, Jr John S. Persico .Norman R. Dalim Jack W. Powell Kenneth J. Daponte Henry S. Ritchie Robert Davis Jo L. Sampson, Jr. Alvin P. Dunbar Edward M. Sanders James P. Duval Maurice L. Starkey. Jr. Robert C. Duval Glen II. Stasscn Samuel Hairston, III Jesse C. Thompson. Jr. Henry K. Harrell, Jr. Walter W. Wildman Karl H. Hellinger Rudolph M. Wood James B. Hope Charles L. Zchmer PLEDGES Thomas Crchorc Rockwell Shells Jerc B. Cobh Richard N. Shcltmun Evarts W. Opic Richard H. Tatcm James A. Petit. Jr. P. Zchmer 158FRATERNITY First Row: Dahm, Thompson, Church, Crance, Davis, Tatum, Dapontc, Sanders. Second Row: Wildman. Browne, Zehmer, Move, Carr. J. I . Duval. Starkey. Barnes. Hughes, Colescott, Florence. Third Row: Crompton, Wood, Bowles, Persico, Crummclt, Miller. Ritchie, Chamberlin, Dunbar. McCall. Fourth Row: Hcllingcr, Harrell, Hudgins, R. Duval, Lawrence. Fifth Row: Sampson, Stasscn, Bernert, Mock. Nuckles, Hope.DELTA PHI Founded at Union College in 1827. Established at the University of Virginia in 1907. R H O C H A P T E R FRATRES IN URBE John T. Gambles Dr. Cary F. Jacob Harry A. George, Jr. Charles W. McNccly Allen F. Voshcll, Jr. ACTIVES Robert P. Auersch James M. Ballentine, Jr. Laurence L. Barroll Richard 0. Beall William F. Blue Tboborn G. Cleaver, Jr. Henry L. Constable, Jr. James L. Davidson. Jr. Clarence R. Diffcndcrffcr James E. Etheridge. Jr. Thomas B. Evans, Jr. George C. Finn Gerald C. Foulk Edward C. Galleher Thomas D. Gill Thomas B. Glascock James II. Grieves Stuart H. Henderson Charles P. Howard Anthony M. Leigh Mervin A. Mace. Jr. Alexander C. Magruder Matthew J. McDermott, Jr. Albert A. Pear re. Jr. Robert B. Pettyjohn John F. Porter, III Martin A. Purcell William S. Satterthwaitc. Jr. Craig L. SlinglufT Peter N. Stevens Jonathan M. Sutton Robert II. Swindell. Jr. John H. Thomas Francis G. Thompson Christy M. Turman Clinton C. Watters. Ill Edward R. Willcox, Jr. John P. Williams Rufus M. G. Williams William E. Wyatt 160FRATERNIT First Row: Pcrcell. Sntlon, Gallcher, Turman, Davidson, Pettyjohn, Henderson. Second Row: Constable, Satlcrllnvaite, Cleaver, Howard, Swindell. McDermott, Beall, DilTcndcrflcr, SlinglufT, Auerscb. Third Row: Cutter. Grieves, R. Williams, Ballcntine, Porter, Thomas, Pearre, Foulk, Blue, P. Williams, Magruder. Fourth Row: Stevens, Barrow, Kvans, Gill, Wilcox, Mace, Glascock. Wyatt, Thompson, Leigh.THETA CHI Founded at Norwich University in 1856. Established at the University of Virginia in 1914. FRATRES IN FACULATK Dr. Wilson Gee Ll. i. M. Mathrews, USN FRATRES IN l)RUK Harry L. Addison Robert V. Schanbel Robert E. Couglan Louis L. Schribner Hovey S. Dabney Robert H. Smith. Jr. John N. Fray James I). Teller. Jr. Dcloss C. Hyde Adrain Wainwright John R. Janney. Ill James Turner William K. Mendenhall ACTIVES John R. Aldridge Charles T. Kelso Cary W. Armstrong Mallon M. Lemairc Jac W. Baker Alvah II. Low Carl S. Rohm Allan II. I.oyd Richard S. Clair Harry B. Mark, Jr. Albert J. Clark. Jr. Carl S. Meyer John W. Cutler Paul E. Peacock John L. Dickinson Frank R. Pitzer Mitchell J. Dreese John R. Poland James N. Garrett. Jr. John C. Sealandor James II. Gunther Norman J. Shaw John C. Gwynn Colin G. Steele Charles B. Mealy l-eigh B. Taylor Paul S. Johnson Travis 0. Thompson PLEDGES 162 XI CHAPTER Raymond K. Crapo John A. Kovucc Holier! F. Mi rack y Wayne E. Powell Richard R. SmithF R A T E R N I T First Row: Pitzer, Clair, Aldridge. Second Row: Johnson, Low, Halim. Taylor, Gunther, Dickinson. Clark. Meyer. Peacock, Drcesc. Third Row: Loyd, Mendenhall. Thompson, Kelso, Baker, Shaw. Steele, Garrett, Givynn.ZETA BETA TAU Founded at City College of New York in 1898. Established at the University of Virginia in 1915. FRATRES IN URBE Joseph Lee Sedwitz Richard Walters Issac Walters ACTIVES Ellis H. Abrams Benjamin I Alsehuler Benjamin C. Altschnl Edwyn A. Berger David E. Block Myles A. Cane Norman L. Cohen Charles N. Cooper Joel B. Cooper M. David Diamond Edward E. Elson David M. Feincberg Lawrence W. Fenton Gary Goldstein George M. Kaufman Thomas L. Ilofheimer Robert E. Kohn Sherman Master Jan A. Roth George B. Shapero Carol Weinberg Robert L. Westheimcr Morton M. Zedd Lester E. Zittrain Fred D. Grcenspon FLEDGES William I . Jacobson 164 CHI CHAPTER Phillip LevcntholFRATERNITY First Row: Ziltrain. Fenton, Klson. Hofheimer, Cohen, Shapero, Kolm. Skcond Row: Diamond, Abrams, Roth, Lcventhal, Alschuler, Allschul, Zedd. Tin no Row: Berger, Jacobson, Fineherg, Master.ALPHA EPSILON PHI Founded at ISetc York University in 1913. Established at the University of Virginia in 1924. MU CHAP TE R 166 FRATRES IN FACULATE Hen . I.infield ACTIVES Hurry I). Harr Erwin B. Nachman Murk H. Bcrliant Stanley S. Needed Larry W. Berman Robert E. Penn Herbert M. Brewer Mark N. Berlin Menasha J. Brodie Jerome I). Perlman Leonard H. Broolic Martin Pcrlmun Stan L. Coleman Irvin I. Posner Stuart A. Eigen Edwin J. Rafal Bernard C. Ethics Joseph I. Rosenblatt I r wood Fox Stephen M. Sachs Charles H. Freed Marvin M. Sager Bernard Fruchtman Alfred M. Schulwolf Stanley G. Gold Louis S. Silverman Stanley L. Harris Jack IL Singer Norman Hecht Jack E. Smith Alvin M. Ranter Charles M. Thomson Bertrum N. Legum Joseph M. Walman Donuld Levy Stuart H. Wax Jack Master Gerald M. Zashin Frederick A. Menowitz PLEDGES Edmund IL Goldstichcr Winfield A. GartnerFRATERNITY First Row: Freed, Eigen, Fruchtman, Rosenblatt, Karpf, Nachman. Klkies. Second Row: Menowitz, Penn, Thomson, Mester, Rafal, Legum, Perl in. Third Row: Brewer. Brooks, Fox, Sachs, Gordon. Hccht, Smith. Billy.PHI E P S I Founded at City College of New York in 1903. Established at the University of Virginia in 1913. William A. A leaker Alan A. Diamondstcin William W. Epstein Arthur M. Fass H. Thomas Felix, II Fredrick P. Gates Benet I). Gellman Martin J. Grcenstcin Kohert E. Guilford Irving P. January Paul II. Kirwin Arnold II. Leon Peter I. Levinson Robert C. Baydush Julius Conn, Jr. Arnold M. Epstein N U CHAPTER Daniel I). Einhorn 168 LON PI ACTIVES Richard J. Morse David J. Mosel Guy K. Ostcmcck Peter Rcisncr Jack Rephan Bernard Ries Richard L. Rosenberg John II. Sacks Barry A. Segal II. Kenneth Sidel Michael A. Sidel Gerald Smith Jay M. Weinberg INACTIVES Julian Kuplcn Peter W. Schcimmnn PLEDGES Norman II. Silverman Martin N. Kaplan'.-.I'' FRATERNIT First Row: Reisner, Gates, Guilford, Epstein, Foss, Levinson, Rephan, Morse. Second Row: Segal, Rosenberg, Silverman, Smith, Gcllman, Alesker. Sacks, Diamonstcin. Third Row: Fields, Sam Sidcl, Felix, Ostcrncck, Mosel, Green-slein. January.DELTA UPSILON Founded at Williams College in 1834. Established at the University of Virginia in 1922. FRATRES IN URBE C. L. Brakes James A. Leitch, Jr. Charles Bingham Frederick L. Lindsay James E. Bowen, Jr. Thomas R. McConchie, Jr. Jury Y. Brown, Jr. Andrew C. Murinos Thomas M. Brown Russel D. Mooney, Jr. William B. Burnet T. Bland Norris William T. Carter Ray R. Ramey Raymond W. Davis Roy E. Ramey Douglas R. Deane William S. Roundabush, Jr. John H. Dilworth Byron R. Sample Samuel J. R. Gamble George P. Scouras Gordon Granger, III A. Y. Short Jerry Hamm G. P. Smith, Jr. James C. Horlan Robert E. Taylor William B. Jones Hollis C. Wade Harold W. Laubschcr John A. Warwick, Jr. Robert E. Lee ACTIVES Jaime P. Alexander Charles W. Moncure Walter A. Betancourt Henry 1). Moncure Willie C. Brame James S. Parrish, III John Craik Benjamin V. Pcarman. Jr. James B. Davis John M. Pcarman William P. DcHan Kenneth W. Plunkett Robert B. DeVries James C. Pugh, Jr. John P. Dougherty Jay N. Race William H. Harwell Byron L. Ramey James Finch Robert R. Reeves Aldcn G. Hannum Benjamin H. Rice William Y. Henderson. Jr. Howard R. Richardson, Jr. Charles B. Hewitt Ernest H. Salter, Jr. Kenneth F. Hewitt George N. Schramm, Jr. Lindley M. F. Hoffman Francis S. Straton Robert L. Laws Emil J. Sulzburgcr, Jr. Ernest 0. Lee, Jr. Robinson R. Watson Lawrence G. Lund berg Richard W. Williams. Jr. John W. MacKnight Warren E. Woolhiser Thomas R. McMullin Shirley 0. Wooster. Jr. PLEDGES Howard S. Bowns, HI Anthony J. DiBiase, Jr. Robert L. Cashen, Jr. Wallace N. Harding 170FRATERNIT First Row: Henderson, Straton, Brame, Dougherty, Salter, Lundberg, Williams, K. Hewitt, Pugh, Race. Second Row: DeVries, Betancourt, Moncure, C. Hewitt, Sulz- burger. Hannum, Pcarinan. McMullin.PHI SIGMA KAPPA Established at the University of Virginia in 1907. Reestablished January, 1953. FRATRES Dr. Harvey E. Jordan Robert M. Mussclman FRA'] Dr. Frank D. Daniel Ralph 0. Easton Theodore Hardeen, Jr. Clarence H. Breedlove, Jr. James I Burke Marlin W. Crandall, Jr. John J. Diet . Jay S. Freeman John R. Hall Lionel N. Harris Jack R. Hodge Michael Jasperson Jerry F. McDaniel Arnold L. McFalls FACULATE Dr. David C. Wilson Charles A. I’axson Thomas R. Shepherd ACTIVES Roycc L. Montgomery Richard A. Mussey John F. Myers Ray G. Register, Jr. Eddie H. Rinuca Robert II. Shaw Kenneth T. Shelley James H. Siskc Norman F. Strauss Thomas H. Webb, 111 John D. Wright. Jr. m INACTIVES Edward J. Armbruster, Jr. 172 PSI CHAPTER John E. Herweh Edward W. I.autenschlagerFRATERNITY Finst Row: McDaniels, Shaw. Hall, Register, Wright, Myers. Second Row: Freeman, Hodge. Rinaca, Montgomery, Siske, Breedlove. Third Row: Shelley. Webb, Harris, Strauss, Crandall, Deitz. Fourth Row: Jasperson, Strimel, Burke. A»-_TAU KAPPA EPSILON Founded at Illinois Wesleyan in 1899. Established at the University of Virginia in 1949. GAMMA OMICRON CHAPTER - ACTIVES Edwin Bennett, III Hohcrt Hopkins James W. Burn William S. Hulfish Gary L. Ellis Laird G. Leeder John M. Ewing Robert C. Litton John B. Fassett Boland E. Ost Gerald II. Fitzgerald Delmar G. Springer George B. Flcshman Neville C. Stopford Stanley I). (Irishman W. Thompson Tomes Charles I). Hodge James 1). Yearout INACTIVES William G. Fitzgerald John 1). McKinney James Hulfish Michael C. McWhinney Joseph B. Loughran Hugh W. Robertson James M. Luck 174FRATERNITY First Row: Ost, Heishnian, Ellis, Hopkins, Hodge, Kleshman. Second Row: Springer, Fasscll, Robertson, Stopford, McKinney, Yearoul. Third Row: Tomes, Bennett, Hulfish. Leader, Carter.SIGMA PHI Founded at Union College in 1827. Established at the University of Virginia in 1953. hm 1 B9B FRATRES IN URBE Donald Stevens John M.Tuck John Rus Jefferson W. Baker Woodruff K. Rankin ACTIVES Donald C. Bazemore Ralph A. Miller John E. Connelly. Ill Peter D. Modigliani Anthony D. Edgeworth William II. Poarch J. Wentworth Foster Colin Ro se Galt Grant Arthur K. Salomon Calhoun L. II. Howard Edgar Snowden. IV PLEDGES Douglas W. Brown 176 ALPHA OF VIRGINIA CHAPTER Robert E. Law Edward M. TwohyFRATERNITY First Row: Grant, Foster, Rossc, Edgeworth. Sk :oni Row: Saloman. Rees, Howard, Connelly, Bazemorc. Third Row: Miller, Twohy, Poarch, Snowden, Law.lhi«»T Row. Mi in right: Duval. MrDrrmr.ll, Cr.uian. Cray, Putney, Bedell. Banarrr. Second Row: S. Kincaid. Erlk.L, Fa» . Mudge, J. Kinkaid, Snr.id. Itinara. Quigg. Bewer. Hnfhrimrr. iluntrr, Salter. Tiimn Row: Dirkin M n. Herman, Fmlrr, Krllry, Prolia, R'.wnhlalt. Cudlip. Sommo». Hri«-hnvan. OFFICERS JOHN D. CRAY ....................................Present. Fir:, Semester GEORGE G. GRATTAN .............................President. Second Semester MOSELEY L. PUTNEY ....................................Secretary-Treasurer REPRESENTATIVES JOSEPH I. ROSEN 111-ATT . JOHN P. SNEAD. IV.... MOSELEY L. PUTNEY .... WILLIAM J. CUDI.IP. JR. . JOHN M. MUDGK........ C. HARRISON ECHOLS. JR. W. EARNEST SALTER. JR. JOHN T. BAZZARRE..... HARRY HERMAN ........ SIDNEY C. KINKAID. JR. . ARTHUR M. PASS....... JAMES C. HUNTER. JR. . JOHN I). CRAY ....... JOHN W. KINKAID...... ... Alpha Epsilon Pi ..Alpha Taa Omega ......Il'ta Theta Pi .............Chi Phi .............Chi Psi Delta Kap ta Epsilon ......Delta Dpsilon .......Kappa Alpha .......Kappa Sigma .....Phi Delta Theta .....Phi Epsi!on Pi ..Phi Comma Della ..Phi Kapim Sigma ......Phi Kapi a Psi ED. W. RINACA ...... JOHN E. SOMMERS. JR. .. GEORGE C. GRATTAN ... mathew j. McDermott COLIN ROSSE.......... FRANK C. BEDEI.I...... GENE R. KELLY........ ROBERT H. BEEZER...... JAMES P. DUVAI........ HENRY ROBERT HOPKINS JOHN L. DICKINSON..... JOHN V. PRESTIA ...... THOMAS L. IIOFFHRIMER WILLIAM M. QUIGC..... ...Phi Sigma Kappa ......Pi Kapisa Alpha ....St. Anthony llall .......St. Elmo llall ............Sigma Phi Sigma Alpha Epsilon ............Sigma Chi ............Sigma jVm ...Sigma Phi Epsilon Theta Kappa Epsilon ............Theta Chi ......Theta Della Chi .......Zeta lleta Taa ............ .eta Psi INTER-FRATERNITY 178 COUNCILKAPPA DELTA SORORITY OFFICERS JO ANN TAYLOR..................................................President JANE DICKINSON ...........................................Vice-President RUTH BRAND ....................................................Secretary CAROL A. TEBO..................................................Treasurer Peggy Thomas Peggy Matlison Jo Ann Taylor MEMBERS Jane Dickinson Ruth Brand Carol A. Tebo Pledge Linda Harris First Row, left to right: Tebo. Taylor, Dickinron.First Row. left to rijiht: Currier. Allx-ra, Edward . Bolling. McDuffie. Price. Aclienbach. Leake. S(COM Row; Rowe, Pcruingcr, Boles. Founded at the University of Arkansas, April 5, III1):). Established at the University of Virginia, January 4. 1927. OFFICERS JOAN BOLLING .................................................................President AILEEN DUGAN ............................................................Vice-President MARY HELEN McDUFFIE ..........................................................Secretary ELSIE M. EDWARDS .............................................................Treasurer ELLEN PRICE ............................................................Kush Chairman MEMBERS Eleanor Aclicnharli Gail CamplieR Carol l ake Eugenia Alilera Mikell Currier Eleanor Ol ack Mary Boles Rolterlu Henry Sylvia IVrsillger Margo (divert Y vo it no Lawrence Janet Rowe CHI OMEGA 180ZETA TAU ALPHA Founded at Longwood College. Farmville, Virginia. October 15, 1898. Zeta Tau Alpha is the first women’s sorority to he chartered in the state of Virginia and the only one to he chartered by a special act of the legislature. It was established at the University of Virginia, January 5, 1952. OFFICERS MARY JO VIA .... ALICE CRITTENDEN .. MARGARET MARSHALL JANICE IIADDON . MEMBERS l)arl« Arrington Carol Ault Chra(H-Frcdona Eamc Ituliy Bryant Mm. Athur Harlow Mr . F.li aloih II. Bnrtl Mi« Nancy Camper Mis Marianna Ca li Mr . M. A. Cushman Mr . A. T. Dulaney Mr . Ralph Fell Mr . Ray Fbher Mr . Stanley G«H. lman MU FUlith Burnet Mi Barbara Hartman Mi Joan Florence Kent Millar Jewell Jarrell Mickey lllaekwell Barbara B. Nnrcro SORORES IN URBE Mr . John Harlan Mr , laidlry Hu ted Mr . Henry Jackson (Province President) Mr . Paul Johnson Mi Joyce Mayo Mr , ('baric Merriman Ml Peggy Morri Mr . Warren Pace Mr . II. A. Payne Mr . It. Perkin ....Preuient Vicr-Prttidtnt Srcrrtary Tretr.urer Virginia Marco Elan Richter Patricia Coleman Heather McAfee Mr . Arthur lleucr Mr . Julia Yancey Ryan Mr . W. C. Sinclair Mr . T. R. Suavely Mr . Haynes Settle Mr . Robert Turner Mr . Robert Biggar Mr . John Walker Mr . A. S. Yancey Mi Carolyn Clark Mr . Robert Humphrie Mis Virginia Carr First Row. left l« right: Jarrell, Clicapr. Millar. Crittenden, Via. Arrington, Fame . Bryant. SECOND Row : McAfee. Blackwell. Marcc.ATHLETICSCLUB Jimmy Grieves Georck Crayton Fred Moyer Henry Strempek OFFICERS JIM GRIEVES President of ihe I -Club ■■■■■■■i MEMBERS l-cc Addison Bill Harris Bill Albrecht Stu Harris Brock Anderson H. R. Hartwell Samuel A. Anderson. Ill Karl Hellingcr Pete A rend Charles Hewitt Charles H. Atherton Colson Hiller Reeves Baely John Holmgren Bill Bancrdt William Hudgins Allan Barbee Carl Jett George Barlow Willard Johnson John Bazzarrc Charles H. Jones Dick Beall Maury Jones Wavcrly Berkley Dick Kauffman Fre l Berry. Jr. Paul Kcrwin Tom Berry Eddie Knowles Bill Bonney Harry Lee David Bowes James Lchan Stu Bowden Tony Leigh Maury E. Brassct Bill Idle Arlcn Carter Richard Lilts Morton Clarke Kermit Lowry Dick Cocke Robert Lyle Jack Coleman Lee Marston .lay Corson Scott Mason Lewis Costello James Massie James Craig Joe May Bill Creech John Mayo Bill Dorsey Boh McCarty Penny Dudley Pete McDaniel Hatch Echols Tucker McLaughlin Bill Edwards Owen Meadows Jim Elekes Joe Mchalick Thomas Evans, J r. Charlie Merriman John Fassetl Jimmie Miller John T. Fisher Charlie Modlin Joseph Forys Tahb Moore Gerry Foulk Alfred Morris John Garland Bill Morris Glover Garner Thomas Mullins Ed Gatewood Sonny Nichols Herman Gatling Butch Niedhala Alexander Gilliam Mickey Parish Judd Glasscock Budgie Pearre Bill Grecnhalh Ben Phipps Marty Grecnstcin Paul Phipps Jesse Hagy Allan Plumlcy Lewis Hansen Wayne Plunkett Louis Hargrave President Vice-President Treasnrer . Secretary Bob Pogue John Politer Pete Potter Jack Powell Jim Pugh Ray Quillen Byron Ramey A1 Reg£m Charles Riddle Jim Rivcrcomb Mel Roach Bill Roberts Dan Rose Roliert Rush Dick Rutledge Don Saer George Scouras Carleton Schelhorn Boh Schnabel Scott Shackelford Jim Shoemaker Kenneth Sidel Craig SlinglufT Clatcr Smith Roliert Smithwick. Jr. Bill Stallings Colin Steele Joe Stettinius Wally Stettinius Granny Swope James Talbert Armistcad Talman J. Ilume Taylor Ken Turner Massie Valentine Nuwell Wallace Bucky Ware Hudnall Ware James Welch Sid White Tuck White Buzzy Wilkinson Edward R. Williams Hamid Williams Ralph Williams Bill Young Charles Young Red Zelmer 184Kihnt Row: Male. I'llom. TobdJ. Slaufhlrr, San !«ll, H.xkin . Second Row ; Goodman. Onoiy. MacDonald. Reilly. Finger. Tmai Row: Clover, Nc«liin, Ruiigrr , Dudlrv. ATHLETIC ADMINISTRATION The University of Virginia completed its first full year in the Atlantic Coast Conference in 1954-55. This was a year of transition—a year of building in football, almost a Cinderella year for basketball, a good year for wrestling, a sad year for boxing. For the spring sports at press time it remains a year of hope—but the outlook is not in general a particularly bright one conferencewise; for we find ourselves against a number of colleges believing in “big-time” athletics in every respect. Perhaps we are in over our heads. 1954 saw John Williams replace A1 York as coach of boxing. Mob Sandell replace William Fewster as coach of soccer and lacrosse, and Pepper Rodgers added to the football staff. Frank Finger returns as wrestling mentor. Carrying on are Gus Tcbell as athletic director and baseball coach; Ned McDonald as head football coach; Bus Male, basketball; James Reilly, swimming; Butch Slaughter, golf; and Carl Rohman, tennis. Dick Turner remains as athletic publicist. GUS TKBF.LL Dir ft tor of A thirtiesFirst Row, left to right: Price. Jenkins F nnon, Clarke. Kovach. Corson. Jordan. Cundcrman. McLaughlin. S»:cOM Row: Modlin. Pugh. Catling. Moyer. Solid horn. Strcmpck (Capt.). Niedhala. Phipps Rose. Quillen. Knowles, E. Thirii Row: Petrilli. Viar . Riggin. Berry, May, Polzer. Hartwell. Hailey, lawyer, IIoffer. Fourth Row : Dvorak, St. Clair. Duncan. Krebs, Elckcs, llagy, Pogue, Woolhiser, Kcoc, Knowles, S. The 1954 Football season was one of might have been—one in which the Cavaliers lost to three top teams by a total of only eleven points, to Army by one, to V. P. I. by six, and to West Virginia by four. Victories came over Lehigh, George Washington, and V. M. I., while other defeats were suffered against North Carolina, South Carolina, and Penn State. Hough and ready guard John Polzer proved the brightest individual star of this somewhat discouraging season. Pol .er’s brilliant defensive work obtained for him All-State and All-A.C.C. honors and All-American honorable mention. Seniors Carlton Schelhorn, Paul Phipps, and Fred Moyer wound up their careers with bang-up work for a line of excellent defensive prowess. Hard-running Herbert Hartwell led the team in John Polzer1951 Captain Henry Strempek and hack field Coach Bill Dudley. ground-gaining and scoring, while Captain Henry Strempek combined brilliant defensive play with fine offensive performances. The outside running of Joe Niedbala and the passing of Hives Bailey and Whitey Clark provided most of the remaining offense. The main difficulty of the Cavaliers seemed to be inability to move the ball and a frequently shoddy pass defense. A group of more experienced former sophomores plus several fine individuals up from the freshman team have led to high hopes for remedying this situation next year, and the cry echoing up from spring practice is, “There’ll be a brighter day tomorrow.” 1954 FOOTBALL TEAM POSTS 3-6 RECORD clears the way for Snapper Hartwell.VIRGINIA 27; LEHIGH 21 Coach Ned McDonald experimented with several combinations in the opening game and matched the previous year’s win record. The Wahoos took the measure of the Engineers of Lehigh University 27-21. A host of hard running backs had an overall total offense of 463 yards hut fumbled ten times with the Engineers falling on six. The Northerners recovered Hartwell’s fumble on the first play from scrimmage on the Cavalier 24. It took the engineers eleven plays to score over the head-on defensive work of Johnny Polzer and company. A surprise pass from kick formation gave the visitors an early 7-0 lead. Hill Bouncy, returning veteran, climaxed a 39 yard drive by tossing an aerial to Jesse Hagy, who scored the first touchdown of the season. Stan Knowles added the point from placement. Minutes later Kay Quillen intercepted an attempted screen pass and raced 15 yards to give Virginia the lead 14-7. The passing combination of Stefanik to Kaillace clicked and the half ended 14-14. Bill Bouncy unleashed his passing arm in the third quarter and tossed a screen pass to Cavalier Captain Henry Slreinpek who broke for the sidelines and another Wahoo tally. Stan Knowles added the point from placement. After the Engineers took advantage of a fumble on the Cavalier 4 yard line to tie the score. Whitey Clarke began to toss southpaw passes to Moyer. Gunderman, and Quillen. The Richmond sophomore climaxed the 75 yard drive by tossing a TD aerial to end Frank Moyer. Herb Hartwell. Herman Catling, and Eddie Knowles paced the backficld while Johnny Polzer anchored the line for tin- rebuilding Wahoos. Short snags pass as Polzer moves in!Moyer and Weaver battle for incompleted pass. VIRGINIA 14; GEORGE WASHINGTON 13 The Cavaliers took a bad scare from the only team to lose to them Iasi year before rallying in the final quarter to eke out their second win of the season 14-13. George Washington exploded a running demon in Lem Cicmnicki who led all hacks in offense for the day with an R.8 rushing average. A strong Cavalier defense rallied in their own territory to limit the visitors to two touchdowns. The Colonial backs gained a total of 266 yards rushing hut around the Virginia goal had trouble moving John Polzcr and company. Jim Pugh, senior center, fell on Harr's fumble in the second quarter to set up the first Wahoo tally. Herbert Hartwell scored on fourth down and Stan Knowles hooted the extra point. Herman Catling made the defensive play of the day by catching Hob Sturm from behind on the five yard marker of the Wahoos. Cicmnicki scored for the Colonials and Sturm booted the goal to tie the game. Cicmnicki wasn’t through as he fractured the Cavalier line for 53 yards and another visitor's touchdown. The hoot was good hut a personal foul nullified the kick and Virginia trailed 13-7. A had punt set up the winning Wahoo tally. Sophomore Wliitey Clarke exploited the running of Hoffer and Jenkins to set up the score. The Richmond southpaw used three sneaks before denting the Colonial line for the winning tally. Stan Knowles added to his fame as an extra point man by splitting the uprights for the winning point—victory number 2 for the rebounding Wahoos. 139Virginia stopped cold after a short gain through the middle of the Penn State line. VIRGINIA 7; PENN STATE 34 The Lions of Penn State forgot southern hospitality and sent the Cavaliers reeling to their first defeat 34-7. Penn State reeled off two long runs on two consecutive plays from scrimmage in the first half to establish a comfortable 14-0 lead at intermission. Arnell. Penn State’s stellar end. catches pass. Stale speedsters Lenny Moore and Hod Younkcr scored on runs of 50 and 80 yards. Younker’s 80 yard run set a record for the longest run from scrimmage for the stadium. The Nittany Lions capitalized on intercepted passes and costly fumbles to build their lead up to 27-0 before the Wahoo offense got in high gear. The Cavaliers marched 71 yards on a sustained scoring drive climaxed by Hartwell’s burst of one yard for the only rebel score of tin- game. Stan Knowles automatically booted the point for the Wnhoos. Penn came roaring back to score on a drive of 72 yards, featured by the passing of Hailey to end Jess Arnclle. an All-American receiver. Valentine booted the final Penn point from placement, ending the scoring for the day. Captain Henry Strempek. Herbert Hartwell, and Steve HofTer turned in u fine performance in the backfield to back up the play of standout Hill Bonncy. Jordan, Polzer. ami Moyer anchored the line in containing to some degree the explosive speed of Moore and Younkcr.VIRGINIA 21; VIRGINIA MILITARY 0 The resurging Cavaliers used the first quarter to test the power of the Kcydets of V.M.I. and the other three to romp at will for their alumni gathering of 17.000. When the contest was over. Virginia had won their third game of the season. 21 0. The Kcydets made the trip down from Lexington with high hopes of bouncing the favored W'ahoos. Instead, they were bounced by the line play of Johnny Polzer, Jim St. Clair. Frank Fannon. and Carlton Schelhorn ami stopped at all times 35 yards from the Wahoo goalposts. Sophomore quarterback Whitcy Clarke again proved the best man at the throttle. Clarke took over early in the second quarter and railroaded the Cavaliers 65 yards in three plays, lion Jenkins softened the line for 4 and sophomore fullback Steve llofTer set sail on a 22 yard run to set up the score. Clarke faded back and tossed a 29 yard aerial to end Hay Quillen who outraced the Keydet defenders to the goal. Stan Knowles kicked the point from placement and Virginia led 7-0. Hives Bailey, another in a large fold of quarterbacks, engineered the second Wahoo tally by feeding the ball to Strempck and Catling who ate up yardage to the Keydet one foot line. Hailey then carried the ball over on a quarterback sneak and the W'ahoos led 14-0. Virginia started their last scoring drive on their 11. They marched down the field to the tune of Strempek. Catling, Niedbala. and Clarke. Dvorak climaxed the drive by plunging over from 3 yards out. Herman Catling was the leading ground gainer with a 5.9 average per try. Johnny Polzer continued to play All-American ball while leading the steadily improving Virginia line. St. Clair employs Sitting-Hull tactics to down V.M.I. back. Vaughan. '■'V Jtifl Where did Galling interference go? VIRGINIA 0; V. P. I. 6 The Hokic of Virginia Tech, ranked 14th in the nation, ended their victory famine of past seasons and upended the Cavaliers 6-0 for their first win over a Virginia team in Victory Stadium. Roanoke. The W’ahoos practiced behind locked doors for this game and were a study of major frustration on the playing field. Timely penalties stopped their offense ami a Tech defense built around All-Conference Billy Kerfoot and George Preas helped to hold the Cavaliers to a rushing total of 93 yards. Billy Cranwcll. subbing for injured Johnny Dean, tossed a 20 yard scoring aerial to end Grover Jones in the second quarter for the first and only touchdown of the day. Beard failed to add the point from placement. A crowd of 16,000 saw 'lech and Tom Petty keep the 192 Cavaliers deep in their own territory with his punts. Petty averaged 44.2 for 4 attempts. Virginia bested the Hoki in the first down department 15-14. The Cavaliers received their first big blow in the first quarter. Captain Henry Strempek’s 72 yard punt return was nullified because of a clipping penalty. The Wahoos had the ball oti their five instead of the lloki ten. Johnny Polzer was as solid as the rock of Gibraltcr in the Cavalier line. Big John received the praise of the press and spectators for his bruising tackles and heads-up defensive play from the linebacker slot. Bon Jenkins carried the ball six times for a 4.9 average while Steve Holler proved the workhouse netting a 2.5 average on line plunges.VIRGINIA 20; ARMY 21 The Wah008 were alert, aggressive, and determined. Armv had its clock, and its national ranking of fifth in the nation. It was a Mack day for tin- Black Knights of the Hudson and if pictures of the game were taken, none reached The University. The mighty Army team was forced to come from behind and then stave off a determined Virginia rally behind the celebrated clock incident. Press observers and Virginia coaches are at loss to explain the multi-timepiece which cut Virginia short of one minute playing time. 'fhe muddy and fighting Wahoo was on the Army 25 yard line with third and ten when officials called the game over. Irate Bill Dudley was offered no explanation and Army staggered, not marched, off the field with a 21-20 victory. Army quarterback Pete Vann passed the Cadets into scoring territory and Pal Ucbel bullied the first touchdown from nine yards out. Army’s Cygler ran into the defensive play of Tucker McLaughlin and fumbled. Captain Strempek grabbed the fumble out of the air and raced nine yards tor the initial Wahoo tally. Stan Knowles placement was no good as a poor pass from center delayed setting the ball on the lee. Strempek, back in punt formation, decided to run and behind perfect blocking went 53 yards to Army 3. Herbert Hartwell, lauded as the best running back on the field, bulled over for the score. Stan Knowles kicked the point to give the Virginians a 13-7 lead. Army broke loose Tommy Bell for 29 yards and a TD in the middle of tin- fourth quarter. The boot was good and Army was back in front 14-13. A little later Pat Ucbel climaxed a 26 yard drive by smacking over for the score. Chesnauskas added bis third point from placement and Army rested 21-13. Whitey Clarke and Bob Pogue devised a pass play in the huddle and it clicked for another Virginia touchdown. The play covered 32 yards and put Virginia back in the game. Eddie Knowles, subbing for brother Stan, hooted the extra point from placement. Army marched to the Virginia 6 before another fumble gave the Wahoos the ball. A sustained drive carried the Wahoos to the Army 25 where time was called Virginia rooters welcome home the team after its “moral" victory over Army.Nicdhula sweeps left end for short gain. VIRGINIA 0; SOUTH CAROLINA 27 The aftermath of the struggle of Michic Stadium seemed to dog the Cavaliers as they dropped a disappointing 27-0 decision to the Gamecocks of South Carolina. The listless offense only gained a meager IS yards net rushing total compared to South Carolina's 22G yards. The bright spot in the Cavalier offense was the 12 completions in 28 attempts via the aerial route. Virginia gained 156 yards on the pitching arms of Bailey and Clarke, hut had 3 intercepted by the alert Gamecocks. South Carolina built their running attack around two speedy halfbacks. Brazell and Caskey who averaged 5.0 and 8.6 yards, respectively, against the Wahoo defense. Eddie Knowles led the backfield with a 3.0 average rushing. A total of 33 tries by the Wahoos netted only 13 yards for a .4 average. Carolina connected on 9 of 23 passes for a total of 169 yards. South Carolina’s line was outstanding in containing the ground attack of the Cavaliers. Mincevich. Covington. and Cunningham were prominent in the CSC line play that tagged the Cavaliers with their fourth loss of the season. Wohrman. Brazell, Caskey, and Woodlee chipped in with the scoring for the Gamecocks and Silas booted three from placement. 194VIRGINIA 14; NORTH CAROLINA 26 North Carolina scored four touchdowns in the second quarter to down Virginia 26-14 before a crowd of 15,000 in Scott Stadium. Two pass interceptions, plus the blockbusting play of sophomore Don Klochak spelled doom for the fighting Wahoos. The first quarter was played with little exception in the Tarheel end of the field und many observers thought it only a matter of time before the potentially great Cavalier squad would score. (Carolina intercepted a Virginia pass for their first break. Bullock hit halfback I.arrv Parker in the end zone for a touchdown from 12 yards out. Klochak missed the point from placement. Virginia was unable to gain and punted. Then the roof caved in for the Wahoos. Carolina marched 84 yards in four plays plus a roughing penalty against Virginia, with Klochak going over for the score on a 30 yard jaunt. Ken Keller manufactured the third Tarheel touchdown from five yards out and kicked the point, giving the visitors a comfortable 20-7 lead. Klochak scored on a draw play with 23 seconds left in the half. That ended the scoring for the visitors. Virginia scored on an 81 yard drive climaxed by a screen pass to outstanding senior end Fred Moyer. Stan Knowles again kicked the point and Virginia had a chance at 26-14. The Wahoos pushed the visitors from one end of the field to the other during the rest of the game but were unable to score. The Tarheel's Cravitte is smeared by Meadows and Hartwell.Eddie Knowles side steps up the chalk mark. VIRGINIA 10; WEST VIRGINIA 11 The Wahoos traveled a weary road. From the multi-piece clock of Michie Stadium to the undetected forward lateral instrumental in the West Virginia 14-10 victory, fate seemed to stymie the Cavaliers. Virginia played the roll of the unpredictable again as heavily favored West Virginia was forced to come from behind for their victory and accomplished nothing to enhance their national ranking. Tom Berry recovered a fumble to set up the first Wahoo score. Bailey threw a short pass to Fred Moyer who eluded several Mountaineer defenders to race 35 yards for the touchdown. Stan Knowles added the point from placement. In the second quarter Whitey Clarke was attempting to pass and knocked off balance. The deflected ball fell in the hands of tackle Sam Huff who tossed the ball to center Chick Donaldson who raced 35 yards for the first visitors touchdown. The fans yells were in vain as the officials ruled the lateral legal. Stan Knowles climaxed a highly successful after point season by booting the first field goal in seven years at the University. Virginia had the ball on the West Virginia 10 with a fourth down. The native West Virginian calmly placed the ball between the uprights for a 10-7 Wahoo lead. Cal Norman took a pitchout late in the game from Freddy Wyant and raced 23 yards around left end for the second Mountaineer touchdown. Donaldson added the point from placement and the score stood 14-10. Virginia had numerous chances late in the fourth quarter as the hard hitting Cavalier linemen bounced the West Virginia backs. They were unable to score, however, as the great defensive play of the Mountaineer s Boxlcy and Lamone threw back the Virginia offense. 196FIRST YEAR FOOTBALL Chief Nesbit took over the reigns as head coach of the first year football team this season, and produced some of the brightest varsity prospects in recent years. Coach Ncsbit’s 2-3 record was certainly no indication of the calibre of the team. The season can be summarized in two words—Jim Bakhtiar—one of the finest first year football players ever to enter the University. In five games the Persian fullback garnered a total of 692 yards, averaging over ten yards u carry. The Baby Wahoos opened their season with a convincing 20-7 victory over the VMI Bats October 12th at Lexington. Halfbacks Clif Inge. Pete Tucker and Kelly Buskell accounted for the tallies, but Bakhlair emerged the day’s leading ground gainer with 197 yards. The Cavayearlings next lost a 20-14 battle to the North Carolina freshmen in what proved to be one of the roughest games played in Scott Stadium all year. Quarterback Fred Moyer and end Pat Whitaker were outstanding offensively. Travelling to Silver Spring, Maryland, the first year team made Bui I is Prep their second victims of the season by a 19-0 count. L. J. Small. Kellog Hunt, and Bakhtiar bore the brunt of the afternoon's offense. The VPI game, postponed until November 16th because of Hurricane Hazel, showed that the Gobblets had one of the finest freshman teams in the South, as they easily defeated Coach Nesbit’s charges, 37-21. Bakhtiar, aided by halfback Fred Query, tried hard, but was unable to match the potent Tech offense. The final game of the season also proved the closest, finding the Maryland freshmen on the long end of the 6-0 score. The muddy field held the Wahoo’s offense except for the bull-like charges of Jim Bakhtiar. In the line, ends Calvin Fowler, Fred Polzer, tackles LC. Lawson, John Diehl. Joe White. Sonny Kingoff. guards Harold Outten, Jim Candler. Henry Davenport, and centers Jim Keyser and Scott Teunnis formed the bulwark of Virginia's defense all season and will be counted on heavily by the varsity next season. FIRST Row. lift ( • right: Frarier, Rico. Horn. Brooks William . Jone . Garner. Mali. Key»er. SECOXD Row.- Tucker. Bu-kcll. Moyer. Query. Bakhtiar. Inge. Coldstrom. Hunt, Small. Tcuni . Third Row : Lakey. Beverly. Boomer. Wilton. Polier. Fowler. Buchanan. Candler. Marshall, Wadau-kv. Forth Row: Outten, Thompvon, Diehl, White, Mauck. Kingoff, La toon, Whitaker, Davenport, Co».SOCCER The team's record this season was not too impressive with a won 2, lost 4. tied 2 record, hut they showed plenty of hustle working under Coach Wilson Fewsler and with a few breaks the story might have been a little different. Starting off in a blaze of glory, Virginia won the opening two games by shut out scores of 2-0, and 4-0; over Roanoke and Duke. The remainder of the season produced no more victories, although there were two 1-1 ties. Co-captains Tom Hunter and Maury Brassert both at halfback slots played aggressive soccer throughout the campaign. Tom Hofheimer at goalie along with the leading scorer of the team, Pedro Benavides, should also be recognized for their outstanding play. The two most exciting games were played on consecutive days against North Carolina State and North Carolina, both resulting in 1-1 ties. They were hard fought games with Virginia coming from behind to knot the score both times. Maury Brassert was re-elected co-captain of next year's team along with Colson Hillier. who played fine soccer at the fullback position. The squad will not lose many lettermcn this year, and so next year’s team promises to be tbe “one to watch.” Bob Sandell. the new coach, will have an experienced team to work with next year, and we hope will be able to produce a winning combination. SCHEDULE Virginia...........2; Roanoke......................0 Virginia...........4; Duke ........................0 Virginia...........2; Towsen.......................3 Virginia...........1; Washington Lee.............3 Virginia...........1; North Carolina State.........1 Virginia...........1; North Carolina...............1 Virginia...........1; Washington Lee.............4 Virginia...........0; Maryland.....................7 First Row: K ja», llillicr, Benividc . Hunter, Co-Capt., BraMcrt. Co-Capt., While, Dudley, 'tiller. Second Row: Ifofhcimcr, Chamberlain, Worth, Wilkcn-low, RollinMin. Ilu clgrovr, Samil. Third Row: Ivy, Kllinglon, Trapncll, Black. It" -. Snowden, Bark»dule. Fociith Row: Krw-trr, I’lumly, Hut-klt-, Goi-a, Lowry, Tate, Thompson. 198First Row. left t. riichl: Cooper, Underwood, Miller, Wilkinson. McCarty, Penrre. Lotts. Siccoso Row : Mule. Morris. Hardy. Cenovoe. Cun.lermun, Un- don. Onrsty. THE BASKETBALL SEASON Virginia’s 1954 55 hoop squad posted a mediocre 14-15 overall record, hut this won-lost log is no indication of the high calibre of basketball seen in Memorial Gym the past season. Ever since Everett Case received a one way ticket to N. C. from Indiana, basketball in the south has improved vastly; and such is the case at Virginia where Richard (Buzzy) Wilkinson, the Pineville, West Virginia splinter, has set one scoring record after another. All attendance and scoring records were shattered during the three year career of the Buzzer. Wilkinson is the only college player ever to average 30 points or better for two consecutive seasons and he is one of the highest scorers in collegiate history, having amassed 2.233 points and posting an average of 23.8 points per game for three years of play. Besides setting numerous records, Buzzy Wilkinson was a two time member of the All A.C.C. team, a three lime representative on the All-State Five, and this year he was selected to the third string AP All-American. Me was also named the outstanding player in the State. Due to lack of publicity, the Buzzer was omitted from most All-American squads: however. Sports Illustrated intimated that he was the most unsung player in the country and “the pros know he’s the best." Buzzy was also chosen to play against the Harlem Globetrotters and in the East-West game. Athletic Director Tebell says goodbye to V irginia’s greatest. 199Although Wilkinson was phenomenal throughout the season, several other players showed signs of stardom for the years to come. Bill Miller, the Bethlehem bouncer, undoubtedly was the brightest of the sophomore guards in the conference, perhaps in the country. This portsidcr is a brilliant dribbler and ball handler and should rank on par with Wilkinson before his college days are over. Bob McCarty, one of the top shooters in the nation percentagewise, Gerry Cooper, sophomore pivotman, and either Cecil Underwood or Budgy Pcarre rounded out the starting quintet. Dick Lotts, one of three seniors on the squad, was a good spot player and Bobby Hardy, who joined the team after mid-year exams, also played well. Bill Morris, Bob Gundcrman, Tony Genovese, and Tucker Mcl iughlin also made fine showings throughout the year. Virginia 110; Hampden Sydney 63 Wilkinson started the season off with a buzz and dropped 48 points through the nets to set a new record at Gammon Gym in Death Valley. McCarty makes it look easy.Virginia 95; Kundolpli-Macon 54 Another f (lie "little six" teams proved too little as McCarty and Cooper led the rout. Virginia 79; Navy 69 This was tin- biggest upset of the young roundhall season as Huzzy W ilkinson and Bill Miller spearheaded the Cavaliers to their 1st victory in Duhlgrcn Hall at Annapolis. Virginia 90; Wake Forest 100 In the first A. C. C. encounter of the year, the NVahoos had the misfortune of running into a firod-up hand of Deacons and Dickie Mcnric who pumped in 49 points. Virginia 69; Maryland 72 In a well played and exciting contest Virginia weakened in the stretch and dropped a 3 point decision and their second A. C. C. lilt. Virginia 100; Cleinsnn 94 Taking their first extended road trip, the Male-men racked up their first conference win despite 40 points | y Bill Yarborough. Virginia 92; South Carolina 82 The alums grabbed their second decision in their invasion of S. C.. mainly through the efforts of Boh McCarty’s 29 tallies. Virginia 74; Eastern Kentucky 84 The fast breaking Kentuckians were just a little too much for the Virginians, although little Bill Miller racked up 22 points. Virginia 98; Marshall 103 Playing in the Fayetteville Holiday Tourney for the second time. Hus Male’s squad dropped a five point thriller. Virginia 96; W. L. 90 In a consolation tourney game against the Minks, the Buzzer hit the basket for 43 points and set a Memorial Auditorium record in Fayetteville. Virginia 89; South Carolina 69 A listless S. C. team was definitely out to lunch as Wilkinson and McCarty burned the nets for a total of 55 points. Virginia 65; Maryland 78 A deficit of 27 points at halftime was the difference between the two squads as Wilkinson put on an amazing display of basketball in the second half, scoring 21 consecutive points. Virginia 106; V. M. I. 84 Buzz scored 43 as the Cavaliers completely outclassed the hapless keydets. Virginia 87; North Carolina 96 Tony Kadovich and Lonnie Rosenhluth ganged up on the Walloon and spelled their defeat at Chapel Hill. Virginia 104; Washington Lee 91 Bill Miller stole the show with his amazing antics and showmanship in an easy victory at Memorial Gym. Virginia 89; Duke 109 Height, a strong bench, and Jersey Joe Belmont were all the Blue Devils needed to topple the Malcmen. Virginia 87; V. M. I. 72 Although book weary from a flurry of exams, the visitors from Charlottesville were engineered to victory by the timely playmaking and shooting of the Buzzer and Bill Miller. Miller dribbles way into the key against Duke. 201Pcarre gets boost from Cooper for layup. Virginia 91; N. C. State 98 Wilkinson and Company almost pulled a stunning upset in the Coloscum as the Casemen had to use all their brain and brawn to pull the game out of the lire. Virginia 90; Wake Forest 96 In another close skirmish, the Cavaliers again came out on the short end of a hard fought Tobacco Row game. Virginia 97; N. C. State 114 The Pack tried a press driving the first half and Wilkinson and Miller taught the men from Raleigh something about dribbling until Case switched his defense and Shavlik and Dwyer ignited a beautiful fast break. Virginia 98; N. C. 73 In perhaps one of their best games of the year, Jerry Cooper excelled on the boards, and as usual. Huzzy supplied the scoring punch. Virginia 106; Clemson 68 Virginia stymied Clemson ace Bill Yarborough while Wilkinson ran wild pitching in 45 points. Huzzv drives past State player. Virginia 107; V. P. I. 59 “Flake" Laird's Gobblers completely flaked out as the Cavaliers scored at will. Virginia 88; Kirlininiul 92 The Spiders eked out a four point decision in a controversially officiated game at the new Richmond Arena. Virginia 92; Duke 106 The Buzzer was suffering from the flue and. as a result, the Blue Devils coasted to an easy triumph in Memorial Gym. Virginia 72; V. P. I. 78 V. P. I. finally won a basketball game but without Wilkinson it wasn't such a crime after all to drop a decision in the llokie “Hothox." Virginia 89; W. L. 98 VV. L.'s aging sophs showed definite signs of maturity in edging out Wilkinson (40) and the Cavaliers. A. C. C. Tourney Virginia 68; Maryland 67 This victory will undoubtedly go down as the most outstanding win of the year. Hus Male snapped an eleven game losing streak at the hands of Maryland’s Hud Millikan. Huzzy Wilkinson held Terp Ace Hob Kessler to a mere 7 points while he was pitching in 30 markers. It was the first A. C. C. Tourney victory for the Cavaliers and it won them numerous friends and fame. Bill Miller gave the crowd a thrill at the end of the contest when he put on his deft dribbling derby. Virginia 77; Duke 90 A battle weary Cavalier five finally run out of gas in an overtime with the Blue Devils in the semi-finals. Wilkinson and Miller were the darlings of the full house. Wilkinson making incredible drives and shots and Miller stealing the hall frequently and passing off with unbelievable accuracy.The 1955 version of the Virginia Boxing Team unfortunately experienced the worst season, statistically speaking, a Wahoo mitt squad has ever undergone. With the exception of an exhibition contest with a Navy aggregation from Norfolk, the Cavaliers were unable to produce a single victory, losing, in order, to Maryland, L.S.U., BOXING Sihtui. left |i. rijtht: Woti-rman, Holler. Young, Ru»h. Dilliaw. Reinhardt, Kinlock. Stanmsc: William. (Gwcli). Bakhtinr. Vissering. Doolittle, Que.rn- berry, Wright. Kuthburn, John.Ion. Jone». Army, Syracuse, Wisconsin, and, finally, again to the Terrapins from College Park. Probably the most plausable explanation for this disasterous record was the fact that only two members of the team had been fortunate in the respect that they had experienced a sufficient amount of real competition. These men were Bob Hush, Team Captain, and Tony Dibiase, a former 203Captain Robert Rush national Golden Gloves Welterweight Champion. Rush posted a record of four wins as opposed to one draw and two losses, in what proved to be by far his best season since he began fighting here as a freshman four years ago. This was probably due to two factors: in the first place, the Cavalier Captain was allowed to box in the Welterweight division, whereas in past years he had been forced to reduce to 132 pounds, which left him too weakened to perform at his best. Secondly, Rush conquered an old mistake that had retarded his progress for years, i.e., a momentary hesitation between punches when throwing any standard combination series. Dibiase had the best records on the squad with five checks in the win column as compared with a questionable loss plus a draw. Three of his wins were by the K. 0. route by virtue of his powerful left hook, a sleep producing punch that rarely travels over six inches, lie is a strong favorite to win the National Intercollegiate 156 pound Title. Only two other Cavaliers could boast of their “Batting-averages” this year. They were Billy Young, a 139 pounder, and heavy weight Jim Bakhtiar. The former copped three out of five referee’s decisions, while the latter, although he was injured after only two contests, had the distinction of being the first man ever to floor L.S.U.’s famed Crow Peel. Like Dibiase, his best punch was a left hook. Cliris Wcstcrman misses with a left—Jim Bakhtiar fights in close. 204Kush floes impromptu waltz with opponent—Dave King takes a hard right from Maryland opponent. Ollier men who saw action throughout some part of the season were Elliot Reinhardt, Bro Kinlock. Steve HolTer, Pres Qucsenberry, Lee Kibble, Chris Westerman, Dave King and Boh Greer, all of whom were hampered by inexperience. Rinehardt and King, two hard-hitting southpaws each showed lots of natural talenl, hut neither of them ever seemed to round into proper physical condition due to heavy academic schedules. The services of HolTer, a converted football player, were lost at midyear for the same reason. Qucsenberry, a capable performer, was forced to fight as a light heavyweight throughout the year. This proved to he a definite disadvantage to him, as he was a natural middleweight and often had to spot his opponents ten pound weight advantages. Greer, Wahoo cross-country Captain for the last two years, boxed with celerity plus cleverness but unfortunately had to fight one star after another, which caused many fans to underrate his true ability. Last, but certainly not least, it is well to mention that A1 York, after coaching the mitt squad at Virginia for so many years, was succeeded this season by John W. Williams. York resigned because his personal business was conflicting with the time he wished to devote to developing the team. Mr. Williams, a former amateur boxer himself, approached the problem of an inexperienced squad with unlimited patience, careful analysis, and unquenchable spirit. Ilis efforts, and those of his able assistant. Norman Rathbun, proved a constant inspiration to all of the Varsity boxers. Kush counters with a left to the head—Dibiasi uncorks Sunday punch. 205CAPTAIN DONALD SAER SWIMMING Tin prospects for a successful swimming season were excellent at the start of fall practice, hut an epidemic of had luck plagued the team to only a mediocre record. Three stars that were heavily counted upon to holster the strength of the team were sorely missed for large parts of the season. Captain Don Saer was cut because of illness, and two potentially great swimmers. Hill Perrol and John Holmgren, were handicapped by academic difficulties. Consistently fine performances by Gerry Foulk and Jim Hales were highlights of the 1955 season. Foulk was undefeated in dual meet competition in the KM) yard freestyle, and only once defeated in the 50 yard freestyle. The diving of Jim Hates was little short of great. The Virginia team placed second to V.M.I. in the Rig Six meet. Foulk won the 50, set a new State record in the 100. and swam a fast leg on the winning 400 yard relay team, composed of Don Saer. Rnford Scott. Gerry Foulk and John Holmgren. Jim Hates was a close second in the dive, and John Holmgren picked up seconds in both the 220 and 440 yard freestyle events. Fritz Berry performed notably in the backstroke. In finishing out the season, the Natators placed third in the A.C.C. meet. It was here that the diving strength paid off for the Cavaliers as Bales, Ricker and Reams pulled in the points in the team's final appearance. Fmsr Row, left in riglii: Scott, Andcrmn. Foulk, Saer, Berry. Guilford. Coleman. Sw:OM Row: Taylor, Felly-jolin. Fi filer. Sinkler. Holj-rem. Reilly (Coach), Rieker.First Row. left to right: Steele. Young. Marston Capi.). Brown. Trjpnell. Sr-coso Row: Finger (Coach) Me-Williuin . Pclrilli, Schwab, Jordan, Smitliwick (Mgr.). WRESTLING Team Record- Yirginia.......................22: Virginia.......................26; Virginia....................... 9: Virginia.......................17: Virginia.......................12; Virginia......................2ft: Virginia.......................27: Virginia........................8: Virginia.......................27: Virginia.......................11: Virginia.......................16; -Won 7: Lost 4 Callautlcl ...................... 8 N. C. Stale.......................8 Maryland ........................IS Delaware .........................9 V.P.1............................18 North Carolina ...................8 Wake Forest .................10 Franklin Marshall..............21 Duke ............................ 3 V.M.I.............................M Washington Lee ...............14 eastern wrestling power. The other was the close match with Maryland. The two state losses were close ones to V.M.I. and V.IM., powers in the Southern Conference. The team’s wins, other than those within the A.C.C.. were from Galludct. Delaware, and Washington Lee. Coach Frank Finger took the team to the A.C.C. Tournament in Chapel Hill with high hopes of bringing home the championship. Schwab and Steele won individual championships for Virginia and Jordan came close as he lost a referee’s decision in the finals. The fact that the tournament was run on an individual rather than team basis cost Virginia the championship as the squad recorded more pins during the tourney than all the other teams combined. Tin? University of Virginia made its debut into Atlantic Coast Conference wrestling this year and came out very well. It’s A.C.C. record was 4-1. the overall record being 7-4. The only A.C.C. loss came at the hands of Maryland in a contest which wasn’t decided until the final match. Wake Forest. North Carolina. Duke, and N. C. State, who make up the “Big Four" in North Carolina all fell easy victims to the Virginia team. Four returning Icttcrmcn made a solid nucleus around which the team formed. Colin Steele (123 lb.). Chuck Young (130 lb. I. I e Marston 1147 lb.) and Butch Schwab (167 lb.) were the returnees, and these were bolstered by Kirk McWilliams (157 lb.) and Dan Brown (137 lb.), standout freshmen in ’53. Henry Jordan, who led the freshmen last year at Heavyweight, and Ben Petrilli (177 lb.), an outstanding newcomer, made up the fine Virginia squad. Steele (10-1). Schwab (8-1 i, and Jordan (9-1) led the team as each lost victories to outstanding eastern or southern wrestlers. They also led the team in pins with three apiece and generally outclassed their opponents. McWilliams also had a fine year with a six and one record. His only loss came in a contest in which he sustained an injury which forced him to miss three matches. Curl Jett did a fine job as his replacement. Capt. Lee Marsten. found himself in a tough weight class but still managed to come out in the winning side with a 6-4-1 record and two pins. The team record of seven wins ami four losses is misleading as to the squad’s ability. There were two out-of-state losses. One was to Franklin Marshall, which is a perennial CAPTAIN LEE MARSTONMorris, Cabell (Capt.), RuiliMgr. Skcoxo Row : Rcc c (Manager), Donrjr, Jonr», Rohman (Coach) TENNIS Rutledge concentrates on backhand stroke Coacli “Red” Rohmann’s 1954 Tennis Team experienced an extremely spotty season, ending up with 8 wins as opposed to 5 losses. An 8-5 record would please most teams, but in recent years Tennis lias been Virginia’s most succcsful sport; its squad usually keeping the loss record at a maximum of 2 or 3. The reasons for this apparent failure are twofold: a number of “set-up” matches were rained out, and the opposition was unusually strong in comparsion to former years. The squad did. however, retain its mythical “State Championship” by defeating all of the other Virginia Teams it played: namely. The University of Richmond. V.P.I.. Washington Lee. and the Country Club of Virginia. Wins were also posted over Williams, Wake Forest. Georgetown, ami Michigan State. The Team’s losses were inflicted by Harvard. Cornell. Rollins. Presbyterian, and North Carolina; however, it is well to note that all these matches, with the exception of the Rollins debacle, were close, hard-fought contests, especially when individual match scores arc taken into consideration. Dick Rutledge of G ral Gables. Florida, played in the number one slot throughout the season. He had the best individual record on the team, and posted spectacular wins over such strong competition as Clyde Barker of Cornell and ilarnish Graven of Harvard. Buck Atherton remained at number two during the whole of the Spring. The three through six positions were wide open, and varied greatly from match to mutch. Captain Bob Cabell. Bill Morris, Hatch Echols, Bill Dorsey. Massie Valentine, and Marty Grccnstein all saw much service in singles throughout the year. The combination of Atherton-Valentinc ami Rut ledge-Echols were one and two respectively, in doubles play, during the season. The teams or Art Jctt-Jack Mulholland and Bill Dorsey-Charlic Jones alternated ut number three. All of the men mentioned received a Tennis letter. It is also well to mention that Miss Mary Slaughter won a varsity V in Tennis, becoming the first woman to ever receive such an award at the University.The 1954 Cavalier golf team, under the able coaching eye of Edward R. (Hutch) Slauglitcr. had a very successful season. winning seven and losing three dual meets, and winning their sole triangular match. Captain Dick Wells and Pete A rend were the mainstays of the team, with Bol) Kversmann. Ken Sidel, Craig SlinglufT, James Murfee, and Boh Fay all valuable contributors to the winning season. The Wahoo team did not fare too well in the A.C.C. tournament at Winston-Salem, where they finished seventh out of eight. However. Pete Arend’s 72 was enough to make him runner-up medalist. The teams biggest victory came a few days later at Hot Springs where they won the Stale Tournament. The linksmen won over William Mary. Washington St Fee. V.P.I., and V.M.I. on a medal play basis. Dick Wells playing his best golf of the season was medalist and Individual Champion with a score of 149 for 36 holes. Pete Arend was runner-up medalist once again. A raid's best performances, however, came against Wake Forest. Twice he played Hud Palmer, now the United States Amateur Champion, and twice Arend tied him. These two lies and his one loss were the only spots on an otherwise perfect record. Captain Dick Wells also played exceptional golf, winning all but one match. The 1955 squad will lose some men, hut with a good Cavalier first-year team coming up. another winning season seems to be in line for Coach “Butch” Slaughter once again. SCHEDULE .. 2 .. 3 V irginia .. 1 Virginia . . 0 Virginia . . 20 Virginia .. 15 Virginia »: V.M.I .. 1 Virginia .. 1 Virginia .. 3 Virginia .. 17 Virginia Triangular Match Play 9; Washington L c 71 -;; V.P.I. 1 4 Virginia VlK4.INIa Statk Tournamknt Arend drives from first tee GOLF, 195 4 Kiiwt Row: SlinKluH. Murphy. Kvenunnn, Well . Kay, Moseley, I imlon. Stcoso Row: Cannon, Thomas, Sidel. Arend, Hluc, Vogllc, .Martin, Slaughter (Coach).Halting r«!cr. Ictl l » right: Harry L c, Jimmy Miller, J»lin Garland, Allen Barber, Bill Edwards. Maury Jones. Torn Berry. Jack Roger . Dave Northern. CATCH KB TOM BKKRY 1955 CAPTAIN HARRY I.KK BASEBALL With the coming of an early Spring. Coach Gus Tebell. facing his 24th campaign at the helm of the Cavalier baseball Team, found a large group of hopefuls out for pre-season practice. However, only two front line preformers front the fine team of the preceding season greeted him. Gone to the professional ranks or lost through graduation were such greats as Mel Roach. Joe Hicks. Arlen Carter. Hob Tata, and Ted Davenport. Several days preceding the 1954 season opener at North Carolina many positions on the team were still not set. Outfielders Allen Barbee and Bill Edwards and catcher Tom Berry were the only players who held down their posts consistently throughout the season. The initial problem facing Coach Tebell was the infield. Lacking a suitable man at first base, Tebell switched flashy outfielder John Garland to the initial sack where he turned in a creditable performance. Other candidates at the infield positions were Jim Miller. Buck Rogers. Dag Gray. Rives Bailey, and Harry Lee. As the season progressed Miller took over second base while maintaining a .270 average at the plate. Completing the keystone combination was Buck Rogers, whose fielding and hitting improved throughout the season. At the season’s end, his batting average stood at .274, among which were several run producing hits. At the hot corner Harry Lee was installed. Robbing many an opposing player of a base hit, his speed and bunting ability were also great assets to the team. As a utility man who played three infield positions. Rives Bailey turned in several fine spot performances. despite being hampered most of the season by a football injury. Patrolling the outer pastures of Lambeth Field were three great defensive outfielders. This trio consisted of Maury Jones in left. Allen Barbee in center, and Bill Edwards in right. Possessing great speed and sling shot arms, they proved the most valuable asset to the team. Barbee’s .416 average paced the squad as well as the Atlantic Coast Conference while Edwards maintained the only other .300 average among the regulars. Proving to be one of the most valuable men on the squad. Jones shared his outfield assignment with mound duty and compiled a 2-2 won-lost record, despite being used as a pitcher only the last half of the season. In the catching department, returning service man. TomJohn Curiam! at hat Berry saw action in all hut two games. Ilis defensive work was excellent ami his .288 hatting average ranked third on the team. One of his finest days at the plate was a four hit outburst against V. I,. Pitching, as predicted, proved to Ik the weak point of the team. Tough luck was encountered early in the season when two front line hurlers, Dave Northern and Ken Turner, developed arm trouble which lasted throughout the season. The mainstays of the staff were Bed Zehmcr, who paced the staff with three wins. Joe Forys and converted outfielder Maury Jones. The latter two had identical 2 won 2 lost records. Other members of the staff who saw some action were Jack Schwab and John W'aid. None too little can lx said about the inspirational leadership of Captain Dave Northern. Ilis courageous performances on the mound overshadowed his non winning record, and as a relief pitcher in late innings, lie proved to be a real stopper. At the plate. Northern maintained a .312 uveruge in bis limited appearances as a pitcher and pinch hitter. Included among his hits was a home run against Washington College. Opening the 1954 season with seven losses in their first nine outings, the Cavaliers showed brillance at times but weakened in the late innings to blow several ball games. In the third game an 8 to 8 eleven inning tie was registered with Washington College. Home runs by Kdwards ami pitcher Northern led the cttuck. The initial win of the season was a decisive 11 to 3 victory over Delaware. Despite Allen BarlK c’s seven hits in 10 plate appearances the Cavaliers followed their initial win by losing a weekend double header to a hard hitting Michigan nine. On the southern road trips during the Faster vacation, the Cavaliers showed a complete reversal of form as they won four of five games. Three of these games were exhibitions with Marine teams from Cherry Point and Camp Lejunc. Highlight of these exhibitions was Maury Jones' winning effort in his initial mound appearance. Returning to state competition, on the return trip. Red Zehmer's three hitter gave a win over V.P.I. while Maury Jones bested W. I., the following day. The W I., win was the high point of the season scoring-wise as 17 Cavaliers crossed the plate. Running their win streak to five games with victories over George Washington ami a Barlrec led verdict over Richmond, the Cavaliers lost their winning touch with successive losses to V.P.I., G.W.. and Maryland. V.P.I.. district N.C.A.A. champ, provided the biggest losing margin, outscoring Virginia 7 to 1. Effective pitching by Jones and Joe Forys pushed the Cavaliers a leading 5-2 record in Big Six competition with wins over W. I., and V.M.I. Leading the attack in both games. John Garland increased his batting average considerably. After suffering two heartbreaking losses to South Carolina in their second twin bill of the season, the Virginia nine faced the final game of the spring with a chance for the Big Six crown. However the Keydets of .M.I. had different ideas as they broke a seven inning tie and went on to win 7 to 5. At third base Lee, in a losing cause, displayed some of the finest defensive work ever seen on Lambeth Field. With the season completed, Harry I.cc was elected to lead the 1955 edition of the Cavalier baseball squad. Hopes are high for the season as many veteran Icttcrmcn will return. Jim Miller. John Garland, and Dave Northern will have departed along with Allen Barltcc. who in June signed a pro-fcssional contract with the Richmond Virginians. FlMT Kow. left to right: Roger . Garland. Miller, .Northern (Capt.), Lee. Zriner. Berry. Secom Row: Itarhec. Kdward . Waid. Mayo. Vicr . Mulhnun. Fory». Titian Row : Ba arre ( Manager). Jones, Hoffman. Turner. I.auen»ki. Ilofheimer. Teliell (Gaeh).Captain Bo Moore makes a save in the goal LACROSSE With the advent of the 1954 Lacrosse season, the Virginia stickmen found themselves under the new mentorship of Wilson Fewster. former All-American from Johns Hopkins University, due to the resignation of Robert “Pic" Fuller. The highly regarded Fewster had coached at Johns Hopkins and Washington and Lee before entering Virginia, and is considered one of the best in the game today. The loss of such fine players as Tommy Compton, All-American and Turnbull Award Winner, John Devries, Gene Agcrlon, both second team All-Americans, and Tom Scott, an honorable mention All-American, left gaps at both the attack and defense positions. The attack soon shaped up with Granny Swope. Fddie Vest, and Dick Carrington as the trio to carry the burden of shot making around the opponent's goal. The midfield was composed of Jimmy Grieves. Dick Beall, and Don Nichols, with Dick MacGill. Ralph Williams, and Tommy Dell forming the second unit, (.'later Smith, Leigh Bort-ner. Fred Whitridge. and Tony Leigh composed the defense, supposedly the team's strongest point, with Captain Bo Moore in the goal for his third season of net tending. Virginia 7; Maryland IB In their opening game at Scott Stadium with the Maryland Terrapins, the Cavaliers were trounced by the score of 18-7. The Terps played as if Scott Stadium were College Park, ami registered the worst defeat ever received by a Wahoo stick squad since the sport was resumed after the war. Dick Corrigan opened the Maryland scoring with a bounce shot past Cavalier goalie Bo Moore only two minutes after the game began to give them a lead they never relinquished. Maryland scored twice again before Granny Swope, assisted by Jimmy Grieves, scored Virginia's first goal of the season. Slid way in the second stanza, Dick Beall scored to bring the score to 6-5, hut Maryland took charge and ran their half-time margin to four goals. Maryland took advantage of every scoring opportunity, and scored 47% of their shots. The Terps were paced by the Corrigan brothers, who scored a third of their goals. Jimmy Grieves was outstanding for Virginia, scoring two goals and assisting on another, while Swope and Nichols also registered twice. Virginia B; Johns Hopkins B A determined Cavalier lacrosse team finally found themselves after floundering around for three quarters, and managed to come out with an 8-8 overtime tic with Johns Hopkins University. The Walmos got off to a bad start as the Blue Jays scored twice in the first period but sophomore Don Nichols retaliated by bouncing two goals into the nets to end the period First Ron. left to riiilit: Lcigli. Bortncr, Carrington, William . Whitridgc, Moore (Cap!.), Swope, Dell, Smith. McGill, Grieves. Si.co.mi Row: Plunkett, Hargrave, Swindell, Vest. Shoemaker, Scou rat. Nichols, Schwab. Beall. Howard. Third Row: Fewster (Coach), Berry. Nickerson. Trapnell, Bohannon. Kretis, Goldsborouglt, McWilliams. Hamilton, Young. Battle (Mgr.)scoring. Grieves put the Cavaliers ahead with a score in the second period, but Hopkins, led by Taylor, who scored five goals for the afternoon, went ahead 4 3 to end the first half. Hopkins exploded with three quick goals in the beginning of the third period before Dick Macgill dented the nets to narrow the margin to three goals. The Wahoos then caught fire, Dick Carrington scoring and Granny Swope firing in two quick goals to send the contest into overtime. Vest scored in the overtime, hut was matched by Hopkins Taylor to finish the exciting game in a deadlock. Virginia 19: Harvard 14 Hungry for their first win. the Cavalier slickmen unloaded all of their scoring ability, and came out on the long end of a 19-14 score over the Crimson, for their initial win of the 1954 season. It was supposed to be an easy win for the Wahoo ten, hut Harvard kept even with Virginia until the Wahoo attack got hot and scored seven goals in the hectic third stanza to insure the win. Playing without Captain Ho Moore and Don Nichols, the team was ragged at the outset, hut settled down in the second half to play good lacrosse. Granny Swope scored four goals in 13 minutes in the third period to put the game on ice for the Cavaliers, and reserves played most of the fourth quarter. Dick Carrington and Granny Swope, were high scorers with six and five goals respectively, while Ed Vest had two goals and eight assists to make a good all-around day for the attack in the scoring department. Virginia 3; Navy 14 Coach Dinty Moore’s experienced Navy stickers, displaying a powerful offense, scored a convincing 14-3 victory over the Virginia lacrosscrs. It was the third straight win for Navy, which later went undefeated to capture the 1954 National Lacrosse Championship. Navy was too strong and fast for the Wahoo, and Navy’s defense allowed only eighteen shots to lie fired at goalie Jones. However, the Middie offense was not to lie outdone, as they fired 79 shots at the goal, and Ho Moore, playing his best game of the season, had 29 saves. Along with Moore. Jimmy Grieves proved to he one of the few bright spots in the game, as the diminutive midfielder scored once and assisted on the other two goals, which were scored by Granny Swope and Dick Heal I. Virginia 12; II. I . I. 7 The Cavaliers traveled to Baltimore during spring vacation to rebound to the win column with a resounding 12-7 victory-over K.P.I. of Troy. Sparked by Jimmy Grieves, who scored six goals, the season high for him. the Wahoos played their best brand of lacrosse and could do little wrong throughout the game. Except for a brief lapse in the third period. Virginia dominated the entire ball game. Trailing 5-3 at halftime. John Griffis rallied his K.P.I. teammates by scoring two goals in the third period to tie the game going into the fourth quarter. Hut from then on. with 2,000 partisan Baltimore fans cheering the Wahoos on. Grieves and Company were unbeatable, quickly tallying seven goals to close out the contest in a hectic finish. Although Grieves was the standout offensively, the close defense of Captain Ho Moore in the goal, backed up by Clatcr Smith, Porky Bortncr, Tony Leigh, and Fred Whitridge, was superb, allowing K.P.I. only 30 shots and clearing to perfection. Virginia 11; Washington and Lee 8 The Cavalier stickman made it two straight wins as they fought off an inspired Washington and J.ec rally to cop the win 11-8, in overtime. The aroused Generals, expected to he a Alert Harvard defense stops Virginia shot, breather for Virginia, took command at the beginning, and it looked like an upset in the making. Don Nichols opened the scoring for Virginia, but the Minks quickly retaliated with four goals to lead by that margin at the end of the first quarter. With only 3:40 remaining in the regulation game, and W. L. ahead 8-6. Don Nichols dented the nets twice to send the game into overtime. With the first overtime scoreless, the Wahoos were finally able to shift into high gear, as Grieves scored what proved to he the winning goal, and quick tallies by Swope and Carrington iced the game. The General's Fletcher Lowe was the outstanding man on the field as he recorded thirty-three saves. Virginia 9; Army 18 With a tremendous surge in the early minutes of the game. Army continued undefeated by walloping the Cavalier lacrosse team 18-9 on the victor’s home field. Coach Stan Touchstone’s Black Knights opened their artillery by bombarding to a 6-2 advantage at the end of the first period, and building this to an 11-5 margin at half-time. When the smoke had cleared the West Pointers had their sixth straight win. Bo Moore continued to look outstanding, as lie had thirty-five saves, to give him an average of 23 saves per game up to now, and stopping 69% of all shots headed his way. Jimmy Grieves. Granny Swope, and Dick Carrington were high with two goals apiece for the Cavaliers. while Hobbs and Combs were the big guns for Army with five and three markers respectively. Virginia 17; North Carolina . Scoring fivo goals in the first period, the Virginia lacrosse team rolled to an easy 17 to 5 victory over a weak North Carolina ten at Chapel Hill. Hampered by the absence of some of the first stringers due to comprehensive . the Wahoos stickers still managed to cop the win. with sophomore Kirk McWilliams leading the way with five goals, followed by Clater Smith with three in his first appearance at midfield this season, and Grieves and Hargraves each with two. Plunkett fires in close against Navy Virginia 16; Baltimore University 6 Bolling up a 5-0 first quarter score, the Cavalier lacrosse team closed its collegiate slate by trouncing Baltimore University 16-6. Eleven Wahoos placed in the scoring column, with the versitile crcasman Granny Swope leading the scores with three markers, followed closely by Grieves. Shoemaker, and McWilliams with two apiece. Swope opened the scoring with two quick goals, and the Cavalier stickmen continued their onslaught to close the half with a 9-3 advantage. Substitutes played the second half outscoring the Bees 7-3. Virginia 9; Mount Washington 16 As the highlight of the Easters Dance Weekend, the star-studded Mount Washington Club, with many former All-Ameri-can college players, outscored Virginia 16-9 in a drizzling rain. The game was closer than the score indicates, as the count was only 4-3 in favor of the Clubmen at half-time but by scoring seven goals in three minutes in the third period, the Mounties had little trouble from there on. The W'olfpack opened the game with three quick goals, but Carrington and Swope bounced back each scoring a marker. Then the scoring spree in third quarter started, led by former Johns Hopkins All-American Jimmy Adams, the visitors broke loose, and it was not until Dick Carrington scored midway in the period that they were stopped, leading 114. A brief rally by the Cavaliers looked like it might turn the tide in the fourth quarter, when Swope and Carrington teamed up to make it 14-9, but Ml. Washington was just too strong. Granny Swope and Dick Carrington did all the scoring for the losers, with five and four tallies respectively. Jimmy Adams was the game's high scorer with six goals. Virginia 7; Richmond LaCrosse Club 6 The Cavaliers closed their season in Richmond by squeezing past an inspired Richmond Lacrosse Club 7-6. With 55 seconds remaining. Eddie Vest kicked in the winning goal to give the Wahoomen a hard-earned victory. Jimmy Grieves was Virginia’s highscorer, scoring twice, both scores coming in the exciting last quarter. Buddy Budnitz, All-American from Hopkins emerged the game’s high scorer with three goals. The Richmond team was composed mostly of Virginia graduates and freshmen, including such notables as Tom Scott, Bill Sinclair, and Gene Agerton, all former Virginia All-Americans. Bo Moore ended his glorious career of goal tending, playing his usual outstanding game with fourteen saves. The Cavalier 1934 season was marked by many outstanding individual performances, with Jimmy Grieves becoming Virginia’s fifth consecutive All-American selection. Captain Bo Moore wus again chosen on the second team for his outstanding play, as he recorded 191 saves ull total, and stopped 68% of the shots fired at him. Granny Swope, Clater Smith, and Eddie Vest were chosen on the honorable mention team. The Cavaliers ended their 1954 season with six wins, four losses, and one tie. During the summer, the University of Virginia’s Lacrosse team was chosen to represent the United States on a lacrosse playing tour of England. It was difficult for Virginia’s team to accustom themselves to the English style of play and rules, but the Virginians showed up very well, as they lost only one game and coped six wins while tying one. The English were amazed at the Americans' fast-breaking style of game, which proved to be superior to the English slow deliberate style. Jimmy Grieves was acclaimed by English sportswriters as one of the greatest lacrosse players they had ever seen, and they were all complimentary of the diminutive midfielder's ability. The hospitality shown by the English towards our lacrosse team was cordial and warm, and the English trip was one to be remembered for a long time by all of the members of the team. The Virginia bench in the midst of the Navy debacle. Above: 1955 Captain and All-American Jim Grieves. Below: Granny Swope scrambles after loose ball.First Row, Ir i to ripht: Weymouth. Mayo, Greer (Capl.). Young. Sr.coM Row: Ri l lle. Head, Pittmun, Brown. Tiiiiid Row: Olm-tcad (Coach), lludgin . ArmiMcad, Glascock (Mgr.) Led by Captain Bob Greer, Virginia’s Cross-Country team compiled a 2-7 record against some of the strongest competition in this sector of the country. Although their won-loss tally isn’t impressive, it must be remembered that the harriers schedule included such nationally ranked powers as Maryland and Georgetown. The Cavaliers two victories were over Duke and in a triangle meet with N. C. State and Wake Forest, in which they out-distanced the Deacons for second place. The Walioos lost close ones to Bridgewater and Washington and Lee by just a few [joints. In the A.C.C. Meet held at College Park, Maryland, Virginia placed fourth behind Maryland, North Carolina, and Duke. The lop man for the Cavaliers was Greer, who finished 20th. John Mayo and Tom Weymouth also ran well as they finished close behind the Wahoo captain. Since Head Coach Lou Oncsty spent most of bis time with the football squad, Greer assisted him and did a fine job of leading the team. At the close of the season, letters were awarded to Greer, John Mayo. Tom Weymouth. Chuck Young. Bill Hudgins, Jim Armistead. Charlie Biddle, and A1 Pittman. All of these men except one will return next year, and with the help of some outstanding first year men, there are prospects for a successful season. c R O s s c O u N TRY 215♦ U. Va. 47 5 6; Quantico 85 1 6 The I nivcrsity of Virginia, led by co-captains Evans Brasfield and Rusty Reid and their new coach Eon Onesty, opened the season against the powerful Quantico Marine team on Lambeth Field. The Marines were the State champions in the A.A.U. meet held at Washington Lee and in the fall captured the state cross country A.A.U. championship. A biting, cold wind kept the performances down, but still the Marines set a Quantico record running the one mile relay in 3:29.1 seconds. The thinclads from Virginia copped five first places, five seconds and seven thirds. George Gratten captured both hurdle events while Allan Barbee won the 220 yard dash by ten yards. A first in the pole vault was divided between Dave Cooke and Brasfield. TRACK First Row, left to riglii: Mayo. Quillen. Bra field. Reid, McMullin. Second Row: Courllo, Johnson, Harlow, Kaufman, Craig. Third Row: Phipps (Mur.), Williams (Mgr.), Duncan. Bowes Onesty (Coach). U. Va. 97; Richmond 34 The Cavaliers traveled to Richmond to meet the University of Richmond Spiders in their first Big Six com| etition. They came away with eleven first places and their second win in two years. Ray Quillan was the individual star for Virginia taking first in the 100 yard dash and the broad jump and tying for second in the high jump. Carl Hcllinger won the high jump, Dave Bowes the 440, and Phil Trainer ran the 880 in the fine time of 2:03.8 to capture that event. U. Va. 105; W. L. 26 The University swamped the Generals at Lexington taking first in every event but one, the 2 mile run. Cocaptain Evans Brasfield and Rusty Reid finished first in the pole vault and 880 respectively. Ray Quillan stood out, winning three events, as did George Gratten, who captured two first places. Co-Cuptain Evans BrasfieldGeorge Grattan clears the last hurdle, hot on the trail of V.M.I.’s Mapp. Coach Oncsty and Co-Captain Rusty Reid. U. Va. 40; V.M.I. 91 The fahiilous Johnny Mapp led his V.M.I. Cadets to a win over Virginia by scoring eighteen points. Mapp scored first in the 100 yard dash, the low and high hurdles, and slipped to a second in the broad jump. George ( ratten took close seconds to the Cadet speedster in both hurdle events. The time of 23.5 seconds in the low hurdles turned in by Mapp was just four tenths of a second shy of his own slate record for the event. Other close races were in the 880 and mile runs between lien Angle of the Cadets and Rusty Reid of the Cavaliers. Angle won both events with a strong kick. Evans liras-field tied for a first in his specialty, the pole vault, and Carl Hellingcr took the high jump for Virginia. U. Va. 53; V.P.I. 82 'I’he Gobblers of Virginia Tech nailed down a victory over the Virginia thinclads at Blacksburg hv sweeping the javelin throw near the end of the meet. The Wahoos were neck and neck with V.P.I. until this event was completed. Virginia captured seven firsts, with George Graltcn taking both the low and high hurdle's. Bill Duncan winning the discus and shot-put. and Rusty Reid taking firsts in the 880 and mile runs. Evans Brasfield soared 12 feet 6 inches to win the pole vault. U. Va. 37; U.N.C. 94 The University of North Carolina had too much depth for the Cavaliers as Virginia traveled to Chapel Hill for the meet. George Gratten stood out in a losing effort hv copping both hurdle events and running the lows in 24 seconds flat. Ray Quillan added nine points and Rusty Rc:d ran his best half mile of the season, a 1:59. hut finished second. Evans Brasfield tied two Tar Heels for first in the pole vault. A.C.C. Meet College Park. Maryland, was the scene of the first annual Atlantic Coast Conference Track Meet. Maryland »s the host took first place with 59.2 points to edge out N. C., which had 57.7. The Cavaliers were fifth out of s ven competing teams. Duke’s Joel Shankle stole the show with three firsts and a tie for first in another. Virginia’s only first was turned in by George Gratten who won the low hurdles in 24.5 seconds. The only seconds were Evans Brasfield’s tie for second in the pole vault and Ray Quillan’s three way tie for second in the high jump. Big Six Meet The V.M.I. Cadets, led by Johnny Mapp and Ben Angle, look a convincing win in the Bix Six Meet held on Lambeth Field. The Wahoos were edged out by V.P.I. for second place and had to settle for third. V.M.I. got 90 points. V.P.I. 56. U. Va. 55. and Richmond. W. M. and W. L. followed in that order. Rusty Reid, winning the 440 in 52.2 seconds, was the only Cavalier to come away with a first place. He also took a second behind Angle of V.M.I. in the 880. Second places were taken by Ray Quillan in the high jump and 100 yard dash, Evans Brasfield in the pole vault, George Gratten in the low hurdles, and Allen Barbee in the 220 yard dash. The University of Virginia track team closed out the season with two wins and four losses in dual meet competition. George Gratten was chosen as captain for the team in 1955. and with the aid of an undefeated First Year team, an improved record is in prospect. Virginia's Mile Relay TeamFibsi Row. left to right: Tooke. Ralimic. Cutchin. lloll, Jarrell. Co'lino. ltiggi . I-an-rencc. Skcond Row : Hamlly. Buell. MtcharlMin. latulhcr. Miller. Hohb , St. Clair. Purcell, Hoover. Third Row : Scott (Coach), Rowe. Scarlxirough, Stilton, Tliomjivin. Crouch. Payne an l Brown (Mgr .). FIRST YEAR LACROSSE The Cavayearlings had an impressive season, allaining four wins against two defeats. The season opener against the Johns Hopkins Freshmen in Baltimore saw the Cavayearlings hold a 2-1 lead, on Goditie’s two goals in the first half; but an inspired Hopkins team rebounded with three goals in the second to win the game 4-2. The next scheduled game was two days later with St. Paul’s in Baltimore, but because of unfavorable weather conditions the game was called off. The second game saw the First Year team swamp an inexperienced Charlotte Hall team 17-0. Doug Codine was again the high scorer for the day with Took. Lawrence, Biggs, and Cutchins each getting two or more goals. The Cavayearlings next travelled to A.M.A.. and easily defeated the outclassed military school 24-0. Almost everyone got at least one goal as Coach Tom Scott cleared the bench. On May 1st, the Freshmen received an unmerciful beating at the hands of the Navy Plebes. The Plebes jumped off to a 9-3 lead by the half and were never headed. The final two games saw the squad beat the W. L. Freshmen 10-5 and A.M.A. 17-0. The W. L. game was probably the most gratifying as it was much closer than the score indicates. The Cavayearlings scored four quick goals in the final minutes to make a route of a seesaw game. During most of the season the starting attack was made up of Doug Codine. Henry Took and Bill Ralimig. The first mid-field was composed of Joe Cutchins. Bill Lawrence and Laurie Biggs, backed up ably by Bob Hobbs. John Sutton and Bob Spence. The defense, which allowed an average of only 3.6 goals per game, was made up of John Jarrell. Slierm Masters, and Capt. Sandy Hoff, with Bobby Hoover doing an outstanding job in the goal. The prospects for Varsity Lacrosse next year are greatly enhanced by ibis fine Freshman squad. 218BASKETBALL FIRST YEAR Virginia's first-year basketball team of the 1954-55 season showed a tremendous improvement over last year in compiling a 10-5 record under the capable coaching of Lou Onestv and Wally Stettinius. Opening their season with an easy win over the Norfolk Division of William and Mary, the Cavayearlings gave a preview of what was to come. Kendall White, with a seasonal scoring average of 16 points, played his usual outstanding game against the Norfolk quint. The Baby Wahoos looked their season's best against Shenandoah Junior College as they avenged an earlier defeat by a score of 101 to 73; the only time during the season when they pnssed the century mark. Outstanding prospects for the varsity squad next season include Wistar Nclligan, White, Tom Hockersmith, Glen Mitchell, and Mort Boyd. In holding down one of the forward positions on the team. Nclligun compiled an enviable record, being the season’s high scorer with 242 points and maintaining a game average of seventeen. He also was the high scorer for a single game, garnering thirty-three in the Wahoo’s loss to the Signal Corps of the Norfolk Naval Base. Mitchell proved one of the team's leading rebounders as well as being one of the high scorers at the other forward berth. Fred Polzer and Bill Berndt were excellent hall handlers and proved invaluable in tight spots at the forward slot. Boyd, Charlie Josephs, and Joe Dyer, kept the competition high, and alternated in the guard posts. Varsity Coach Bus Male was very impressed with the performance of the first year team, and hopes that many of them will strengthen his squad in 1956. First Row. left lo rijihl: Jovph. I- r»on, Boy,I. Favaloro, I’olwr, Rutherford. St.c©M Row: OneMy (Coach), William-. .Moyer. Mitchell. White. Hocken-mith. Dyer. Buakell. Tiiirii Row: Stettinius (Coach), Nclligan, O'Bryan, Crine, Blanton, Berndt, Black (mgr.). Valentine (racr.) 219Polo at The University is a relatively new sport. It was only two years ago that the first steps were taken to form a team, and the hounds it lias made from infancy to its present status arc almost unbelievable. In September 1953 all that existed of University Polo was a gleam in the eye of Don Hannah, lie and Sandy Bowers, devoid of funds, let alone horses, handed together interested followers and undertook the task of raising money and obtaining mounts. Uand was secured, and work at the field went on from daybreak to dusk as stables were built, roads laid, and service buildings erected by club members. The storm has now passed, and the club looks forward to a bright future. The unusually successful 1953-54 season, together with the outstanding record achieved this spring, are a tribute to the energy and enthusiasm of the founders, who are equally at home with polo mallet or pitchfork. OFFICERS - 1955 II. Mai.aiikky Wai.i..............................Chairman Rodckk Rinkiiaut .................................Chairman Wll.l.lAM II. Carter.................................Secretary Carlton Barrktt .....................................Treasurer Carlton Barrett Robert Beck Alexander Bowers David II. I.. Brown Daniel W. Colliotin MEMBERS Craig Copper John Day David B. B. Hall Donald C. Hannah Herbert Jones Douglas Nicoll Ned Parmele Rodger Rinehart Leo J. Rocca, Jr. If. Malarkcy Wall Henry Javor Samuel Wells Brent Winn Raymond Wolfe Ronnie W. Mutch 221 William II. CarterReturning to last Spring to start tilings off powerful DKE gained tlicir second straight Intramural High Point Trophy, giving them their third leg on the trophy which is retired after three consecutive wins or the most victories in ten years. 1)1 finished second with St. Anthony and SAP close behind. The Dekes clinched the High Point Trophy with a sweep of the tennis tournament. Don Saer captured the singles title and teamed with Tom Hunter for the doubles crown. Other St. A. vs Barristers. singles finalists were Hick Ekstrom of Sigma Nu and Bo Rogers of DKK. Rebel Rowe and George Doolittle of Beta and Tom Tomes and Baker of TKE gained the final round in doubles. Led by the pitching of Willie Rhodes, SPE easily won the softball title. Rhodes was undefeated in his ten IM starts with one victory being a no-hitter. Pole vault—Buddy Pollard (DKK) 50-yd. dash—Bennie Gill (SAE) 100-yd. dash—Patch Ricker (KA) 880-yd. dash—1'om Hunter (DKK) 440-yd. dash—Jay Race (DU) 120-yd. low hurdles—(Tie) Jay McCord (Lefcvre); Bob Biggar (Phi Dell) 'fhe Phi Kaps placed second, downing the DU’s in the semi-finals. Other teams to reach the playoffs were Phi Dell, St. Elmo, PEP, Beta and KA. Dl triumphed in track followed by SAE and DKK in that order. Winners of the events were: 220-yd. dash—(Tie) Meb Turner (SAE); Warren Woolhiser (DU) 880-yd. relay—DU (Woolhiser, MacCallum, Hewitt, Race) High jump—(Tie) Bill Quigg (SPE);Dccring hurls long pass. Maury Brassert (ATO) Broad jump—Dave King (Phi Kap) Discus—Mel Roach (SAE) Cross-country—Meb Turner (SAE) Shot-Putt—Henry Jordan (Lefevre) FALL SPORTS In one of the closest IM football seasons on record the St. A’s gained the grid crown by edging past DU, 8-7. DKE, DU and St. Anthony all entered the playoffs with unblemished records with Chi Phi, SPE, St. Elmo, Phi Kap and KA gaining the other berths. The team that gained the hard-luck title during the playoffs was St. Elmo. In the opening game I N T R A against SPE they had two touchdown passes called back on penalties and lost, 12-7. They later edged past Phi Kap. 18-12, in sudden death overtime but lost to Dl in the third overtime, 12-6 in the next round. In the first meeting between the two teams, DKE downed the DU’s 19-7, to gain the finals of the undefeated bracket, but in their semi-final meeting, Intramural Wrestling Champs. Pearrc vs Warner.MURALS ihe DU’s surged forth to a hard-earned win to gain the finals. fhe weather had as much to do with the outcome of the final game as any player. The St. A’s gained a safety, their margin of victory when Hewitt slipped in the end zone for the losers. An All-Mad Bowl team was selected by the referees at the close of the season. Those selected were: (Chi Phi), Hardie (Phi Kap) Defensive Team Ends—Dougherty (DU), Browne (Phi Kap) Guards—Finn (Elmo), Hoff (St. A.) Center—Waid (DKE) Backs—Cocke, Evans (St. A.), Foulk (Elmo), Swope (DKE) In Independent play the Barristers came out on top edging past Samas and Trident. In the playoff Edwards spikes one for the Zetes. Volleyball Champs—SAE. Offensive Team Ends—Shoemaker (DKE), Pearre (Elmo) Guards—Ruffin (Phi Kap), Walker (DKE) Center—Shackelford (St. A.) Backs—Garland (DKE), Hewitt (DU), Carper for the University Championship, St. A. triumphed 28-6 in a hard-fought battle. DU repeated in the IM wrestling tourney running up a total of 30 points. They were followed by Chi Phi and St. Elmo. The winners had 225Jack Mulholland winning breast stroke. Polzcr and Shoemaker fight Montgomery and Krebs for rebound. three individual champions. Winners of the eight weight classes were: 123 lbs. Johnny Kussell (ATO) 130 lbs. Charles Moncure (DU) 137 lbs. Conway Dillingham (Chi Phi) 147 lbs. Kenny Hewitt (DU) 157 lbs. John MacKnight (DU) 167 lbs. Larry Jenkins (Phi Kap) 177 lbs. Mac Titus (SAE) Unlimited SilTord Pearre (Kent) Badminton once again attracted a large number of entrants with over two hundred men playing singles. Dick Harvey of PiKA repealed his singles victory of last year and triumphed in the doubles with Ed Huddle. SAE gained the most number of points, 113, John Childress. SAB Iron Man Swimming Champsfollowed by Si. A. and PiKA, in that order. Jack Mullmlland of Phi Kap and John Childress of SAE reached the final round in singles, while Jim Piper and Mori Clark of St. A. and Pec Wee Hunl and Mulholland placed second and third respectively in doubles. Jim Parker of the JAG School won the Horseshoes title with Larry Jenkins of Phi Kap and Mel Koach of SAE closely following him. Intramural Wrestling Champs. St. Anthony Hall copped the Intramural Swimming Meet with a total of 44 points, followed by Phi Kap and St. Elmo with 33 and 31, respectively. The Hall took a first in the 75 yard medley relay and gained two seconds in running up their total. Individual honors were captured by Johnny Childress of S.A.E. who won the 50 yard freestyle and placed second in the diving. The winners: 75 yard medley relay—St. Anthony (Grattan, Clark, Stephenson) 100 yard freestyle relay—Phi Kap (Hunt, Covington, Parrish, Mulholland) 50 yard freestyle—Childress (SAE) 50 yard backstroke—Barlow (Beta) 50 yard breaststroke—Mulholland (Phi Kap) 150 yard freestyle—Bicknell (Phi Dell) Diving—Hunter (DKE) Action under the hoards—Dekc vs. Sigma Nu, Polzer gets tup.  mORGANIZATIONStIMT Row. left to rijjhi: llurkcl. Snmhoutc, IMcrirk, Thomai. Hint . B»«o. Bickncll. Second Row: Gill. Apprrton, Onto. Bithop, lludlow, Moore, somnwiclc, iwmam. Troodal, William.. EchoU, While, Gilliam. Third Row: Riddle, Hale.. Tallman, Thomas. Cox. Swindell, Turnun, Sullen. Wilton, Call, Wood, Jcpton. EDITORIAL STAFF V. Tabu Moore .............................Editor-in-Chief Joseph W. Twinam ...........................Editor-in-chief Granville H. Swope..........................Managing Editor Alexander G. Gilliam.......................Associate Editor Rkidak A. Trosdai..........................Associate Editor Harold J. Williams..........Graduate-Undergraduate Editor James W. Hudlow........................Organizations Editor C. Harrison Echols............................Sports Editor David B. Bowks..............................Features Editor VALERY HavarD, III .....................Fraternities Editor Graduate Section Robert L. Cox John Bicknell Robert F,. Webb W. H. C. Riddle Kcnnetli W. Morrison Organizations Section Graham I.. Hales R. Spencer Hines, Jr. Charles M. Riddle Ijiwrence P. Jepson, Jr Sports Section Robert II. Swindell Donald M. Saer Joseph II. Call Eugene M. Valentine Thomas L. Hawley Colson H. Features Thomas 0. Hunter Jesse B. Wilson, III Malcolm E. Turnbull Charles H. Jones, Jr. Joshua P. Darden. Jr. Douglas M. Godim Hillier, Jr. Section William L. Tazewell Fraternities John F.. Coleman W. Kemp Norman, Jr. 230 IL.JOSEPH W. TWINAM Co-Editor ROBERT SMITHWICK. JR. Rutin tit Manager W.TABB MOORE Co-Editor BUSINESS STAFF Robert Smith wick. Jii.......business Manager Lee P. Dudley................I! it si ness Manager Mii.ks Cary.........Associate business Manager I.konaHi) H. Simpson Associate business Manager Howard E. Gili................................. ‘!°IIN -p' pIS,,0,‘.......Subscription Manager John 1. I'ISHKr ...........Advertising Manager CHARLES I . Oaths........Organizations Manager Lawson I . Appehson........Circulation Manager ......Office Manager Subscriptions L. Robert Dewey, Jr. Larry A. Bcrnert, Jr. Jonathan M. Sutton Donal Wadleigh. Jr. Irving P. January James Covington John W. Tollman Business Luwrson Riggs. Jr. Robert W. Daniel Randolph McElroy Charles H. Thomas Robert M. Payne William F. Cook. Jr. Louie Hargraves Advertising Keith Wood Win. Lee Brown Photography Jack L. Thompson Albert F. Brandt CORKS AND CURLS 231• S First Row, left to right: Howe. Michael ton. McCabe. Hughe . Patton. Arrington. Slayton. Tn».Jal. IV r ey. Esgloton, McMullin. Wood. Swindell. Second Row: McMann, Pcarman, Hawthorne,Thoma . Diffendrrflrr, Brown. Crouch. First Semester Fkanki.in M. Si.ayton .... C. Breckenridce Arrington Paul K. Patton.......... Paui. E. Patton......... Robkrt I). Eggleston.... C. Brent Winn........... Jonathan R. Bryan ...... Chase S. Wheatley....... Corky M. Hawthorne______ Frederick M. Quayle..... A. Ashley Futrai........ EDITORIAL STAFF Office , ... Editor-in-Chief ... , ,. . Managing Editor . ., ... . Features Editor . .. William R. Dorsey........... .............Associate Editor ..................City Editor ..................City Editor ..................City Editor ..................City Editor ..................City Editor ..................City Editor ........Assistant City Editor ............Sports Editor David F. Apple.......... Lawrence M. Scarborough Lawrence S. Warner______ Randolph W. Church — Walter S. McMann ....... William II. Prioleau____ John M. Pearman......... Joshua P. Darden ....... Second Semester C. Breckenridce Arrington .......Joseph J. Hughes .......C. Lawson Willard ............Assistant Editor .......Associate Sports Editor .......Associate Sports Editor .......Associate Sports Editor ....................Reporter ....................Reporter ....................Reporter ....................Reporter 232FRANK M. SLAYTON RKIDAR A. TROSDAL BRECK ARRINGTON Editor Busineu Manager Editor BUSINESS STAFF Rkiimk A. Tkosdai. Kkith H. Wood .. John L. Cook______ Hucii L. Chapkli.k .. .Business Manager Advertising Manager . .Schedule Manager Circulation Manager Advkktisinc Staff Fred L. Glaixc Jack P. Ray Robert H. Mincer Circulation Staff Ronald l„ Smith John M. Sutton Sam Hairston Casey Roane Clyde RockofT Waller S. Hairston THE C A V A L I DAILY 233First Row, Icfi to right: Ellington, Fried lander, MeWhinney, Klw.n, Whitaker, Plo» lcn-War llaw. Tro-iliil. Roth, Palmer. Second Row: Erdman, Hales, Greer, Proctor, Einwick. Dcderick. Diekncll, Sullivan, Johns. Pittman. STAFF Alexander W. Whitaker ....................... Michael C. McWiiikney........................ Edward E. Elson.............................. Karl B. Knust................................ Eric E. Ellington............................ James C. Pi.owden-Wahdi.aw................... Bernard P. Holland .......................... James H. Worth .............................. James T. Sullivan............................ Hyland A. Yeatts............................. M. David Diamond............................. David E. Block............................... Ellis H. Abrams.............................. Morton M. Palmer............................. ......Editor-In-Chief ......Editor-in-Chief .. Business Manager ... Managing Editor ... Managing Editor . .. Managing Editor ____Associate Editor ..........Art Editor ......Humor Editor .... Exchange Editor . .Advertising Editor Circulation Manager .....Sales Manager .....Sales Manager 234ALEXANDER W. WHITAKER EDWARD E. ELSON MICHAEL McWHINNEY Co-Editor Mu tinea Manager Co-Editor The Virginia Spectator traces its origin to 1834, when the first issue of the Collegian was published. Among the aims of the Spectator's forerunner were the desires to “chasten the tastes of the students and to divert them from the excesses of dissipation.” The purpose of the modern Spectator is to combine the functions of a college humor magazine and a college literary digest. Now in its one hundred and sixteenth year, it has been proclaimed a leader among student magazines by college editors throughout the nation. THE VIRGINIA SPECTATO 235STUDENT UNION OFFICERS ALEXANDER C. GILLIAM. JR............................President ROBERT II. SWINDELL. JR. R. BLAND LEE................................First Vice-President K. ROBERT MclNTIRE ...... JAMES L. RUMSEY............................Second Vice-President ARCHER JONES ............ MRS. JOHN II. YOE .................................................Hostess ADVISORY BOARD Mr. Richard H. Hcnnrman Mr. J. Malcolm Luck Chairman Mr. James E. Slay Mr. Richard R. Fletcher Mr. Richard A. Meade Mr. Vincent Shea MEMBERS Dick Beall Pete Dillon tarry Jcpson Peter Page Tom Bello George Doolittle Rody Johnson Ed Parmele John Bishop Rick Eckstroin Charlie Jones Juke Patsel Bill Blue Bob Eggleston John T. Fisher Bland Lee Hi Potter Dave Bowes Kcrmit Lowry John Politer Doug Brown Gerry Foulk Dave Lyle Jack Porter Jon Bryan Howard Gill Bucky Mae Perry Raulct Joe Call Tom Gill Lee Marston Ray Register Ed Carter Sandy Gilliam Jim McCabe Charlie Riddle John Childress Doug Codino Randy McElroy Juck Rinehart Hudn.-ill Christopher Galt Crant Woody McGill I .co Rocca Richard Clair Graham Hales Boh Mclntire Sandy Roo Norton Clay Alex Hamilton Pete McKee Jan Roth Harold Cloutier Sam Hairston Charlie Merriman Rebel Rowe Jack Coleman laiu Hargrave Monte Miller Jim Rumsey Dare Colcscott Bill Harris Jake Mitchell Dick Rutledge John Connelly Stu Henderson Boh Montague Art Saloman Jay Corson Colson Hillicr Charlie Moseley Butch Schwab Jim Covington Andy Hodge Sandy Holt Jack Mulholland Buford Scott Boh Cox Ronnie Mutch Scott Shackelford Jim Craig Jim Hudlow Carlos Oates George Shapero Joe Cutchin Norman Dahm Joe Hughes Roland Ost Rocky Sheil .Secretary T t ensure r , .Director Ruddy Simpson Ollio Sinfirid Dana Sinklcr Ronnie Smith Joe Stcttiniu Wally Stctlinius Jon Sutton Boh Swindell John Tollman Randy Tato John Thomas Gurney Thompson Rcidar Trosdal Christy Turman Joe Twinam Massio Valentino I-Hone Ware tarry W'arncr Jess Willard Bill Wilson Jesse Wilson Brent Winn Jimho Winston lm»r Row. left to right: Browne, Sinklcr, Smilhwick, Call. Trosdal, Gill. H.. Henncman. Jonc , Gilliam, Rumwsy. Swindell, Mclnlire. Bowe . Riddle. Ilarri . Ihoinpson. Grant. Second Row: Page. Twinam, Oates. Sutton. Roth. Wilson, Children, Lyle, Moseley, Willard. Jr|iM n. Pet ter. Eggleston, McCabe. .Mitchell. Hughe , Sheil. I it mo Row: Tallin.m. Hales, Bishop, Christopher. Cilchin. Cox. Patsel, Polzer, Rinehart, Sinfield, Turman. McCill. Godine. Cole- scotl, Echols. Beall, Gill. T., Craig.FIRST YEAR SOCIAL COMMITTEE MEMBERS David Applo Garland S. Flippen David Barrett ('baric Caudry Robert 1.. Beal George Gill Wyatt BearJcy Fred Claire William K. Bcrndt Charles R. Greer Gray Beverley Janie S. Grow John W. Bieknell Waller Hairston William P. Bond William Henry Hall Morion Boyd William T. Hawkins Lee Brown Carl ilcllherg Frank Butler Pago Henley Ward Campbell George P. 1 letter Gcruld Leo Carlisle It. Spencer Mine William H. Carter Richard HoiTman Philip G x David Hubby Janie Crouch Robert I.. Hudgins Robert Daniel Francis W. Hunt Joshua P. Darden Clifton Inge Michael Denyr William A. Jeffrey I-awrence It. Dewey James P. Kemp Varden Dyer William E. Kerr Lou Einwiek Franklin Limbockcr The First Year Social Committee is a group of first year students who direct various social functions for the Robert Livy Clyde Rockoff Harry Mandell Albert Seward Thomas A. McKee Robert T. Simpson. Jr. Edward B. Melxan Sheridan G. Snyder Walter S. McMann Anthony St. John Thomas R. MeMullin John M. Street Raleigh Minor Michael Sutton David N. Montague Frank Taylor Minor L. Montague George Taylor Barrett Morris James Thompson Bruce Murphy George Thornton Charles Ostcnhoudt Philip Vaneil Morton Palmer Harry Walker Travis Patterson Marshall Ware William Phillip John A. Washington James Plowden-Wardlaw Harold Wasson William Prioleau E. Barry Wcctman Ernest Proctor Dan Well Lee Putney George Wilk Frederick Quayle Richard Witt Welford Reed M. Bird Woods Hill Riddle Frank Wooten Ryland Yeatts first year class. The committee is a subsidiary of the Student Union. First How, Mi Ii right: Si. John. Scible, Crow, Murphy. Mandril. Simpson. Ycatt . Bicknell, Henley. Livy. Stcoxo Row: Harrell, Beasley, Wilks, Phillip . Wrctman, llcllburg, Caudry, Quayle, Flipprn. Third Row: Carter, Campbell, McKee, Apple. Hunt, Boyd. Darden. Clai e, Ware. Kinwick. Fourth Row: Hubby. Palmer, Gill, Cox, Patterson, Taylor, MrMann, Riddle, Denyes. Fimi Row: Morris. Vaneil, Minor, Washington, McLean, Reed. Hines, Hairston, Snyder. Sixth Row: Wood, Daniel, Kerr, PloMden-Warillaw, RokofT. Dyer, Iterndl, Thornton. Greer. 237WOMEN STUDENTS’ ASSOCIATION COUNCIL JOAN HOI.I.INC....................................................President ELLEN PRICE .................................................Vice-President MARY HELEN MeDUFKIE ..............................................Secretary ROSE SCOURAS .....................................................Treasurer KI-S1E EDWARDS.........................Graduate Education Representatiie MILDRED SIIEESLEY ..........................Medical School Representative JANE CASTER...................................Law School Representative The membership of the Women Students’ Association includes all women enrolled in the University. The Women Students’ Association governs exclusively matters pertaining solely to women students which do not full under the jurisdiction of the Faculty or the Honor Committee. The chief purpose of the organization is to promote greater LOUISE AGEE...............................................Graduate School Representative REGINA MKO .INSKI .....................X arsing Education Representatiie AYSEE DOGRU.......................... Engineering School Representatiie JANE JOHNSON......................................................College Representatiie ELIZABETH ZIPF .................................................Dormitory Representatiie ANNE YOE.................................................Education School Representative MARY JO VIA .............................Education School Representative unity among the women of the University. This is accomplished by such activities as the registration luncheons for new women students, teas, and the Co-Ed Room dinners to which all women students arc invited. The Women Students’ Association Council serves as the executive head of the association. Iirst Row. left to right: Via. Chttpc, Price, Bolling. McDuffie. Erl ward . Scoura .A RUDOLPH M. WOOD THOMAS I). CIL1.....................................Vic PresUtnt ARCHIE M. BOLSTER .....................................Seeretary HUGH M. MITCHELI..........................................Treasurer F. ROGERS JONES..........................................Membership CHARLES M. WEBB .......................................Publications STUART J. TURILLE .....................................Publicity ROBERT L. MONTAGUE. Ill ...................................Radio ROLAND E. OST. JR..................................Book Exchange EDWARD M. SANDERS ..........................................Vespers JOSEPH L. SAMPSON ............................U.R.C. Representative THOMAS I). CILI........................................Hoys Club NORMAN R. DAIIM .............Faculty-Student: First Year Committee ROLAND E. OST. JR............................Social: Deputations M. LEE MARSTON.....................................Foreign Students ARCHIE M. BOLSTER.........................................University Handbook ROLAND E. OST. JR.........................................University Handbook DANIEL L. GIBBES. JR...............................General Secretary MRS. CHARLES J. CHURCHMAN. JR.......................Office Secretary The University YMCA functions as the planning and coordinating agency for religious affairs on the Grounds. Vespers, religious emphasis programs, boys club work, and a foreign student integration program are among the many activities of the nation’s oldest university YMCA. STUDENT CABINET . President 239GLEE CLUB OFFICERS FREDERICK C. EMERSON ..............................................President SAMUEL R. MARNEY, JR.................................................Manager DONALD M. MacINNIS........................................................................Director GEORGE R. SII.VERNELI............................................................... tccvmi aniu LAIRD C. LEEDER Librarian SECTION LEADERS ALVAII H. LOW THOMAS B. CANTIERI JOHN J. MAYO STANLEY C. BAKER The University of Virginia Glee Club, one of the oldest organizations on the grounds, is in its eighty-fourth year. It draws its members from all schools of the University. The aim of the organization is to make the practice and public performance of good choral music an integral part of the life of the student body. There are numerous social activities which are an equally essential part of glee club membership. The high-lights of each season arc joint concerts at neighboring women's colleges, the football concert, the Christmas concert, and the Concert-on-thc-Lawn of Easter weekend. First Row. left to rit:ht: Collier, Guynn. Drumhcllcr. Emerson, Finch, Khalidy. Vaughan, Nucklr . Wright. Crockett. Turnbull, Jcrvey. Dutal, von Beck, Leeder. Barns. Second Row: Mnrney, I terry, Steven . McEvoy, Bench, Low, Prichard, Greer. Sublet!. Knight. Sawyer . Feeley. Boyd. Hawkins, Tanaka. Thikd Row: Fuller, Rutherford, Miller, Wyatt, I iwry, Huhhy, Canticri. Parker. Pschirrer, Tribby, Turner, Washington, Sommers. Baker. Absent from picture: Mayo, Johns. 240JEFFERSON SOCIETY OFFICERS First Semester DAVID A. LYLE....................................................President ARCHIE M. BOLSTER ..........................................Vice-President OLI.IE SIN FI ELD ...............................................Secretary NORMAN K. STRAUSS ...............................................Treasurer Second Semester JOSEPH J. HUGHES..................................................President WILLIAM F. WHALEN............................................Vice-President SAM R. TELFORD....................................................Secretary NORMAN F. STRAUSS ................................................Treasurer SPECTATOR COR 1 0RATION WILLIAM M. WILSON J. OLLIE SIN FI ELD E. PAUL PATTON JOSEPH J. HUGHES REGULAR MEMBERS Bon Y. Bigler Thomas P. Gill Avrum W. Marks Ronald L. Smith Archie M. ilultirr Graham L. Hale Richard C. McCnlun Norman F. Strauss I’lill!,. Bower William P. Harris Curl S. Meyer Jamc F. Tazelaar Clarence Breedlove Corky M. Hawthorne Ashby C. Moncure Sam R. Telford Kingdon L. Brown Joseph J. Hughe E. Paul Patton George B. Thomas William K Bruce Norman S. Karpf Roger B. Pierson Richard Van Zand Kenneth K. Carter Daniel S. Knight Herbert A. Pickford Joseph Walman Gerald S. Ga.o-11 Philip A. Kolvoord William II. Rhue William F. Whalen Frederick G. Emerson David A. Lyle Charles 1). Robertson Chase S. Wheatley Walter K. Gallarl Sam R. Marney J. Oliver Sinficld William M. Wilson PROBATIONARY MEMBERS David F. A|i,.le C. S. Cools, Jr. Bartholomew' T. Hogan Jotcph R. Nutt. HI Jame- A. Bakltliar Michel J. Dowd F. Roger Jones. Jr. William E. Parson Hugh K. Berkeley Harry Friedlander William G. Key Fred B. Raine Mcnasha J. Briwlie Thomas J. Hanley. Jr. Moltammcd W. II. K. Khaishai Glenn J. Sedan. Jr. Joseph I). Brown Robert E. Harris Donald A. Kinkaid Benjamin W. Sublet! Don 0. Callaghan Valery llavard. Ill Daniel L. Lynch. Jr. Frank L. Taylor. Jr. Randy W. Church. Jr. Kevin M. Heaney Jamn M. Marcks W. Wilson 241WORSHIP RECREATION FELLOWSHIP COUNCIL OFFICERS DENHAM M. BLACK President JAMES F. ARMISTF.AD F ice-President MARY ESQUE Vice-President for Nursing THOMAS A. STANSKI.L. JR. Secretary ALLEN It. KEITH Treasurer ROBERT L. ANDERSON Director COMMISSIONERS GERALD S. CASSELL Commission on Worship ARLEN CARTER Commission on Community CHARLES T. BRADSHAW Commission on Publicity JOHN J. PICKERAI. Commission on Fellowship WILLIAM R. KOHL Kdiior of Wesley Paper 242NEWMAN CLUB OFFICERS ELMORE J. BECKER ...........................President IIAKOI.I) J. CLOUTIER .................Vice-President ROBERT M. JONES.............................Secretary THOMAS N. JONES.............................Treasurer REV. FR. J. BERNARD ME Alice M. Aucielhi Junto K. Bain Ann E. Bcddall Herbert F. Clarke William E. Daley Franei II. Funnon Joseph A. Cocliel Eugene A. Gratiman Carolyn K. Hannon Bernard J. Ha«kc Bart T. Hogan Kenneth Jayeox Dan F. O'Keefe Frank W. Krause RE.............Chaplain ms John J. I.arkin Heather J. McAfee Robert J. Mclntire Kenneth K. Merlin Roltcri F. Miracky Robert I.. Santer Trudy Schwur enboeek John C. Sralandcr Ed J. Sheridan Phillip I.. Sheridan Nina M. Stmts I.ui» M. Valdivicao Dorothy A. Withers Michael W. Zirkle OFFICERS ARCHIE M. ROISTER ...........................President JOHN B. WERNER .........................Vice-President THOMAS CUSTAVSON ............................Secretary ROLAND E. OST ...............................Treasurer MEMBERS Fimt Row, left to right: Cange, 0 t, Bolster. Werner. McClure. Sr.coM Row: Hays. Piers Magee, Solan, Fernandez, Marks, Irarra aval, White. William H. Becker Henry B. Biddle Albert J. Clark Richard L. Dean Albert Evan Romeo O. Fernandez Francisco I). Gaiter Elizabeth II. Hatcher Marvin Hay . Jr. I .cor ides Irarraxuval Stanley E. Link Jon S. I.odee»en Norman R. Magee William Arvum Mareks Nina J. M. Moseley Charles A. Peter Roger B. Pierson William C. Prentiss Fred B. K.iincs William Henry Rhuc Glenn J. Sedan. Jr. Warren E. Slater Arthur B. Thompson Virginia A. White Emile Woods The International Affairs Association, composed of students having an active interest in international relations, provides opportunity for its members to pursue that interest outside of the classroom through the sponsorship of speeches by outstanding authorities in the field. INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS ASSOCIATION 243AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS OFFICERS HENRY J. BROWNE..........................................President RICHARD C. BULI..........................................Secretary MELVIN S. KRAUSE. JR................................Viee-President RURIK F. EKSTROM ........................................Treautrer HERBERT E. WILSON. JR...................................Historian MEMBERS, Basil B. Arcy Frederic II. G x. Jr. Kenneth W. Hayes John I.. Kuscau William A. Alesker Eugene 1). Crumpton. III. John T. Hey ward. Jr. Harry R. Sclverian Richard 1 . Ballou llenry D. Dagil. III. I.indlry M. Hoffman Marlin A. Scnell John II. Bamberger Thomas A. Darnall John C. Holcombe Robert II. Simp on. Jr. Michael I’. Barbagalle Samuel E. Darnell Wright B. Ilotighland Robert T. Simp - n. Jr. Crraril A. Baxter Richard L. Dayton Waller S. Hunt. Jr. Frank F. Smith. Jr. Donald C. Bate more Caldwell N'. Dugan John K. Janney. III. Quentin C. Stn:th Melvin J. Bazeraoro Kurik F. Ekstrom Jon E. Jewell Ronald L. Smith Much K. Berkeley Robert L. Ellis Stevens M. Jones Richard T. Stage William T. Berkeley Robert C. Ernest William T. King Robert M. Slickley. III. Waller A. Betancourt Graham L. Evan . Jr. Melvin S. Krause. Jr. Robert B. Stoke Lionel Bloom William H. Farwell Eugene P. I-cvy Michael II. Sutton George A. Bock James P. Finch James W. McCampbell James W. Talbot. II. Alexander S. Bower Charles R. Foster Michael C. McWhinney Herbert P. Thompson Menasha J. Brodie Edward S. Fraher. Jr. Donald II. Misncr Robert l . Vernon llenry J. Browne Richard B. Franklin Tylman It. Moon Terrell 1). Way- Richard C. Bull Gerald 0. Glascock Charles W. Norris Waiter W. Wildman John II. Byrd. Jr. James M. Clave Thoma E. Parrish George L. Williams Edward R. By-water Antonio A. Gome John R. Poland Richard W. William . Jr. Allen R. Carney James R. Grieve Raymond R. Paynter. Jr. Herbert E. Wilson, Jr. Charles II. Chamberlayne Fernando L. Gutierrez. Svcrre Ragdc William W. Wood. Jr. Norman II. Conn John P. C. Hanbury Eugene P. Rairden. II Montgomery B. Wood Richard C. Cooke. Jr. Wayne M. Hardison Peter Reisner Shirley 0. Wooster. Jr. Craig M. Copper Carlo H. G' tavPurcell Cordon F. Harrison Bruce W. Rollinson Lynn Wright 244ARCHITECTURAL COUNCIL OFFICERS Henry J. Browne..................................................................President Melvin S. Krause, Jh........................................................Vice-President Richard C. Buli..................................................................Secretary Ruhik F. Ekstrom.................................................................Treasurer Herbert E. Wilson, Jr............................................................Historian MEMBERS Charles R. Foster Gerald A. Baxter Donald C. Bazemore Caldwell N. Ducan First How. left ti richt: Ktiux, Browne, Bull, Kk tr»m. S»XOM How: Grieve . Wilwm, Ducan, FoMer. 245PUNCH AND JULEP Edwyn A. Berger Anthony I). Edgeworth Karl B. Knust, Jr. GOVERNING BOARD Edwins Ladley Michael C. MeWhinney Thomas R. Morgan William T. Tomes Alexander Whitaker, III Eleanor N. Young OFFICERS Michael C. McWhinnney, President Thomas R. Morcan, Vice-President Ei.ka.nok N. Young, Secretary William T. Tomes, Treasurer MEMBERS .1. William Bastian III James W. Black Carl S. Bohm Stan L. Coleman Harlan Crandall Bill Daley J. Jay Dietz J. Stuart Freeman. Jr. Edmond A. Goldstickcr Eldrcd H. Hendricks Michael Jaspcrson MEMBERS John K. McCormick Harvey Mtilhauscr James Piper. Ill Bill Robinson Edgar Snowden. IV Norman F. Strauss, Jr. Robert H. Swindell. Jr. Sam R. Telford, Jr. Travis 0. Thompson l.ynn Wright James S. Zanclli, Jr. David C. Barrett Nancy Bchrcnd Ed Bennett C. 11. Breedlove. Jr. Mat Bruccoli John I Chadwick PROBATIONARY MEMBERS Clifford A. Enright Charlie Hoover Laura Jones Kingdon L. Brown Leo C. Meads Franklin B. Limbockcr James Plowden-Ward law M. M. Palmer Fred Mel). Quaylc Richard C. Smith Jim Turnbull Beverley Whiting 246UNIVERSITY BAND Firm Row, loll lo right: Key, llarh.ig.illn, Weymouth, Shaw, II.ill.iri!, Harry, Bumo. Skconk Row: I’rillainan, Ridenour, Elder, Flesh man, Lecdcr. Wy.ui, Greene, Morton, While. Gill. I’iekeral, J.. Dowling. Tiwui Row: Hall, Penley, Whisnant, Gla«s, Honakcr. Piekcrnl. H., Smiihey, Mulhatiscr, Wall , Lancaster, Sexton. Bello, Prell. OFFICERS CHARLES WILLIAM IIARRY ............President BILL C. KEY .........................Drum Major JOHN R. HAM.............................Manager JOHN J. PICKERAI.........................Ubnrim DR. BERNARD BUSSE.......................Faculty Director HARVEY MULHAUSF.R.......................Student Director ME William F. Ballard Michael I . B.irhagallo Tryon F. Bauer. Jr. Thomas R. Bello Robert S. Bench Warren J. Brinkley Philip Paul Cox Charles II. Dowling Theodore J. Elder George B. Fir-Inn.in Richard A. Gill Paul (). Glass Burt D. Goodwin Je»Ml C. Green, Jr. John R. Hall Charles William llarxey Lowell R. Honnker William G. Key Donald ljnen»ter l-aird G. I-coder MBERS Arnold L. McF'ull Wallace W. Morton Harvey Mulhauscr Alliert J. Penley John J. Piekeral Robert E. Piekeral Carl J. Prell William W. Prillamnn Clarence E. Roberts Joel S. Sexton Richard M. Shaw David I- Sullivan Robert I.. Watts Thomas C. Weymouth Robert Whisnant. Jr. Gordon O. While Malcolm E. Wyatt Coleman C. Broaddu Donald E. Ridenour William J.Smithey OFFICERS WILLIAM C. KEY ..................................President RICHARD M. SHAW.............................Vice-President JOHN J. PICKERAL ................................Treasurer C. WILLIAM HARRY ................................Secretary JESSE C. GREEN. JR.....................Recording Secretary MEMBERS Inisi Row. left to right: Ridenour. Mulhaiiser. Key. Piekeral, Sexton. Green. Robert E. Piekeral Tryon F. Bauer Paul O. Glass Alliert J. Penley William W. Prillaman William F. Ballard Harvey Mulhauser George B. Fleshman l-aird G. I-ceder Arnold L. McFtlb Dr. Bernard W. Bu e Roliert L. Walts Charles II. Dowling Donald E. Ridenour Clarence E. Rolierts KAPPA KAPPA PSI 247DORMITORY COUNSELLORS EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE FRANKLIN M. SLAYTON ...............................Chairman Stewart R. Whitehurst John II. Mulholland Rcider A. Trcwdal Aldcn C. ILmmim C. R. Diffenderffor John J. Mayo Paul Sposito Harold Baynes hntvr Row, left to right: Whitehurst, Houn hell, Diflendcrffcr, Sposito, Slayton, Trosdal, llnnnuni, Kelley. I-ewi Barroll Robert A. Leavenworth Richard E. Guthrie Massie E. Valentine James F. ArinUtead Scott Shackelford Alexander P. Smith Frederick Aiehelmann Charles W. Harry James C. Seabury COUNSELORS Waller G. Gamer John B. Collin Beverley T. White Frederick A. Berry Allan K. White Matthew Fle»»ner Robert N. Floyd Jame W. Wood John A. Black William J. Powell Byron B. Wine Theodore S. Garnett Janie Rumscy Olho F. Mcar Frank W. Smith Joseph R. Fory John P. Aekerly William P. Harris Robinson Watson Rudolph Johnson Henry Jordan Joseph L. Sampson Arthur J. Dilionc William Bruce Herbert Griffith John M. Murray Henry K. Harris Samuel R. Marney Charles M. Riddle William C. Rahmig Joseph E. Gawry Joseph Clevenger William Rungc George Hall ADVISORS Archer Jones Stephen Sanderlin Hugo Blankingship Henry Reck Thaddeus laxckard John Roberson 2-48BAD CHECK COMMITTEE Lett to Right: Reeve . Trotdal, McCue, Diffcnderflcr, Dilione. MEMBERS C. RICH DIFFENDERFFF.R. JR...........Chairman RF.IDAR A. TROSDAI....................College ARTHUR J. DII.IONK................Engineering ROBERT R. REEVES ...................education EDWARD O. McCUK. Ill .....................Utc MILDRED K. SIIEESLKY ................Medicine The Bad Check Commillce is an agency of the Honor Committee. I’urple Shadoit—Hill "Creature" Creech Shades— Brcck "C.l).“ Arrington Dick “Big Slick” Beall “Bevo" Browne Hudnall "Big Deal” Chri topher Willie "T.B." Cochran “Sandy” Cilliam Jim “Lillie Slick” Crieve "Seolly" Mao,n “Brae" McKee Tabb "CAC" Moore Ben "Cra h" Phipp Don "Hard Man" Saer "Straw" Smithwick Moiio: The Phantom Strike Again FRATRES IN FACULTATE Eddie West Lawn Buck Fact I.awn FmST Row, left to right: Smilhwick, Moore. Arrington. Cilliam. Cochrane, Saer, Creech, Christopher, Eddie, Buck, Grieve , Phipp . Browne. LAWN CHOWDER AND MARCHING SOCIETY 249E N T TIT I OFFICERS PETER W. McDANIKI................................................................President RF.IDAK A. TROSDAI.........................................................Y ice-Preside ! CARI. S. MEYER ..................................................................Secretary CHARLES W. MONCURE ..............................................................Treasurer The Trident Society, founded in 1949, is n Naval honorary society. The purpose of the society is to promote interest in the naval service by promoting field trips to Navy installations and sponsoring lectures by persons associated with the Armed Forces. Benjamin I . Al chulrr C. Bmk Arrington Harold I- Baynes William II. Becker Carroll M. Berndt Archil M. BoUtcr Holier! I.. Co MEMBERS Richard A. Cill Marion S. Cr.ivcly Crawley F. Joyner Rolicrl A. l -jvcnworlli It. L, Montague II. Arthur Pfeifer William C. Ralimig Reginald K. Rlltlcdge Barry P. Sehralla Jamen M. Shoemaker Colin C. Steele David C. Townsend Theodore II. Wuerfel 250 JEFFERSON SABRES HONORARY MILITARY SOCIETY The Jefferson Sabres, an honorary military society, was Forces. The Jefferson Sabres are the sponsors of the Mon-founded in 1948 to promote professional and social ad- roc Rifles, vanccmcnt among officers and future officers of the Armed OFFICERS First Semester IIENRY J. BROWNE ...............................................President ROBERT F. RUSH ............................................Viee-President FRANK W. KRAUSE.................................................Secretary JOHN M. MURRAY .................................................Treasurer COLONEL THOMAS WOOD. JR. Second Semester HENRY J. BROWNE..................................................President JOHN M. MURRAY..............................................Vice-President ROCER B. PIERSON ................................................Secretary HENRY M. STREMPEK................................................Treasurer Honorary Member ACTIVE MEMBERS Herbert C. Btrpoa Barry I). Barr Benjamin V. Bigler Laurence M. Bragg Clarence II. Breedlove. Jr. William II. Brien Henry J. Browne Eugene C. Bryan Douglas W. Burnette Marshall S. Carper Harold J. Cloutier Clarence It. DilTcnderffcr John P. Dougherty Mitchell J. Drccsc James C. Dunn James P. Duval Frederick C. Emerson Thcophilu A. Field Benjamin M. Gaston John M. Crant George Grattan Thomas Gustafson Aldcn G. Hannum Walter W. Hatch Valery Huvard, III. Robert R. Jones John W. King Frank W. Krause Richard Layton Lee C. Marstellcr Matthew J. McDermott Donald H. Misncr Roycc L. Montgomery John M. Murray Jack M. Padgett Royal C. Padgett Glen wood N. Parrish Roger B. Pierson Thomas E. Pruden Jack P. Ray Peter RoLncr Phillip K. Reiss Jack A. Rogers I.ioncll L. Rowo Robert F. Rush Carlton L. Schelhorn Bernard A. Schwab Richard M. Shaw Frank M. Slayton Jack E. Smith Paul Spoiito Richard G. Stokes Neville C. Stopford Henry M. Strcmpck William Thacker Donal Wadleigh James E. Wagner Carol C. Walton Robinson It. Watson 251ARMY Col. Thomas Wood. Jr.. P.M.S. T., and Cadet Commander Col. Glenwood N. Parrish The 1954-55 session has been a period of change for the Army ROTC at The University. The policy of training men primarily as officers in the Transportation and Signal Corps has been altered, and in the future all ROTC cadets will be instructed in general military science. In shifting the emphasis of the unit’s training program, the Federal Government has spent approximately $172,000 in weapons and training aids. The graduating class this session represents the last class of specially trained officers to be graduated from The University. Established at The University in 1948, the Army ROTC has successfully integrated with the University academic program. In his original plans for The University, Thomas Jefferson included a military instructor. In 1813 when Jefferson wrote James Monroe. “We must make military instruction a regular part of collegiate education. We can never be safe until this is done . . he predicted the future of the Army ROTC. The unit encourages students to take part in extracurricular activities and the Army teams have made creditable showings in all their undertakings. This was a successful year for the ROTC Rillc Team, which combined with the marksmen of the other service units to form a University Varsity Rifle Team. The Monroe Rifles, the crack drill team, gave outstanding performances during the halftime festivities of home football games. Colonel Thomas B. Wood, Jr., commands the unit for the second year and is assisted by cadet officers Colonel Glenwood N. Parrish, Regimental Commander, and Lt. Col. Henry J. Browne, Executive Officer. The Monroe Rifles, the Army R.O.T.C. drill team 252Awarding commissions ul finals. The unit color guard. The cadet officers of the unit. 253AIR FORCE R.O.T.C. The Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corps was established at the University of Virginia in September, 1951, as one of 207 detachments at universities and colleges throughout the country. The significance of the A.F.R.O.T.C. program was expressed in a speech by General Vandcnberg during the formulation of A.F.R.O.T.C. programs when he said, “We are desperately in need of good minds, young and flexible minds eager to meet the rising challange . . . Send us your men of character and resolution, and our nation need have no fear.” The University of Virginia Detachment 890 under the leadership of Colonel Arthur L. Logan, is striving to meet these objectives in the fullest. Other members of the staff are Major Robert C. Schrom, Captain Malcolm O. Colby, Captain Nelson T. Lcvings, and Captain Harold S. Viall. The air men are M-Sgts. John Shelton, Mathew E. Coody, and Robert McCool, and T-Sgt. Andrew Szuch. The course consists of four years of instruction divided into two sections, basic and advanced, and leads to a commission as Second Lieutenant in the United States Air Force Reserve. The basic program is composed of approximately two hundred students who are required to take sixty class hours of instruction each year. The advanced program includes fifty students who have been carefully selected to continue in the Air Force. They are required to take one hundred twenty hours each year and to attend four weeks of summer camp at some Air Force base liclwecn their junior and senior years. Roth the basic and advanced cadets are required to have thirty hours of drill each year. This year the first group of cadets who started as freshmen will graduate. The A.F.R.O.T.C. is active in many social events during the year. It has a fall and spring picnic and two formal cadet dances. The unit participates in the Apple Harvest Festival and Armed Forces Day Parades. It heads the University Community Chest drive and publishes a newspaper, Air Currents, four limes every year. Several field trips to various Air Force Rases throughout the country are made during the year. There is also a local chapter of the Arnold Air Society, Honorary Air Force Fraternity, at the University. Classroom instruction in map reading. Cadets receiving practical training in cock-pit. 254ARNOLD AIR SOCIETY Cadets and dales al the Military Ball The Dcmas T. Craw Squadron of the Arnold Air Society was founded at the University in the fall of 1952. The Mission of the organization is to promote interest in the United Stales Air Force, and membership is open to all A.F.R.O.T.C. Advanced Cadets who demonstrate an active interest in the society. During the academic year various speakers are invited to talk on the many educational and technical aspects of the Air Force. The Society also sponsors numerous parties and smokers. IIARRY J. HERMANN . RAYMOND P. ZEDEKAR William G. Ander »n Robert I.. Barker Nii-koIa- P. Clio pry Craig M. Copper l.rwi» M. Costello John W. Cutler Thoinan A. Agee Julius A. Becker James P. Burke C. Boyd Carr OFFICERS .........Squadron Commander LEE P. DUDLEY............... ............Executin' Officer HERBERT WILSON ......... ROI-AND E. OST ..................................Comptroller Lee P. Dudley Alfred L. Evans Sdinuel Hair-ton, III Harry J. Herman. Jr. Jaek R. Hodge William F. John»on A. Jono Cox Joseph M. Eller T. S. Carnctt King C. Harrison Stanley D. Hcuhman MEMBERS Class of ’55 Stanard F. l-anford Harry E. I-ee John K. Minter Harvey Mtilbaufcr Roland E. Ost. Jr. Mooctejr L. Putney. Jr. Class of '56 Edward M. Halley, Jr. Andrew W. Hodge Parker S. Kelly Robert L. McCarty Joseph R. Porter Adjutant Recorder .Operations Officer Granville It. Swope Franklin Wells Gaylord C. Whipple. Jr. Herbert E. Wilson, Jr. Raymond Zedekar Walter L. Phillip Byron L. Ramey Robert R. Reeves John R. W'aid tmRT Row, left to right: Putney, Zedekar. Hermann. Dudley, Wilton, Stcoxo Row: Jones. Hairston, Costello, Copper. Mulhautcr. Gatling. Culler, Barker, Cliopey, Harrison. Tiimti Row: Agee. I Word, Rhodes, Minter, Kelly. Cxrr, Cox, Johnson, Reeve . Fourth Row: Lee, Hodge. Burke, Waid. 255 t 9 itf. mw 0kHONORARY SOCIETIESFROM THE COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES Class of 1954 OFFICERS MR. JACK PRESTON DALTON Prrtidrnt PROF. WILLIAM STONE WEEDON Vice-Prrsidrnt PROF. CYRUS HOY Stcretary-Trtasurrr PROF. EDWIN E. FLOYD Historian MR. RODERICK L. SIMMONS Marshall 1-arry William Berman Evans Booker Brasfield Macdonald Budd Robert Howe Dodd Thomas Alexander Frazier, Jr. Patrick Bolton Gregory William Carl Howell Charle Booth Hughe Alvin Monnie Kanter Beniamin Philip Alvchulcr Archie Milburn Bolster Ia?wi Meyer Costello Wirt Rex lord Dull Getaner Harrison Echols. Jr. Russell Austin Enke Theophilu Agricola Feild. Ill George Edward Shisdcr Barringer Duncan Marslull, Jr. Christo! Alexander Miiller-Wirth James Connell Rainer, III Owen Nicholas Raynor. Ill Arnold Murr Rieger Christopher Ellis Rigby. Ill Allred Morton Sehulwolf William Cullen Sherwood Wilford Wayne Spradlin Class of 1955 Peter Harry Giunnopoulos Carter Lee Gore W'illiam Howard Gricsar Waller Charlton llartridge. II Bernard Peabody Holland. Ill James Gordon Hunter. Jr. Frank Waller Krause Class of 1956 John Hardy Thomas William Earl Strole. Jr. Edward Armistead Taiwan Stuart Harold Wax Benjamin Briscoe White Robert Bruce Wiles Thomas Walley Williams. Ill Paul Clayton Worthington Samuel Rowe Niamey. Jr. Edward Bradford Miller Roger Beach Pierson Bernard Kic Garland David Turner Jesse Stringer Vogtle Robert Tlieodor Von Beck Arlley Joseph Zuchelli. Jr. Raymond Eugene Woody FROM THE SCHOOL OF GRADUATE STUDIES Mary Virginia Allen Stephen Tyree Early. Jr. Malcolm latter John Ballard Brcazcalc Douglas Paddock Hinkle William Hugh Moomuw Panayot Krustev Butehvarov FROM THE FACULTY ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF Mrs. Roberta Hollingsworth Gwathmey FROM THE ALUMNI l)r. Willium Henry Sebrell. Jr. PHI BETA KAPPA MEMBERS Prof. Thomas l Abcrnclhy Prof. Harold L. Alden Mr. Emmett II. Anderson Dr. Vincent W. Archer Mr. Roller B. Bailey Prof. A. G. A. Balz Prof. James C. Bardin The lion. John S. Battle Prof. Jes.se W. Beams Prof. Arthur F. Benton Mr. Francis Lewrb Berkeley. Jr. Prof. Edwin M. Bell Prof. Charles J.Bishko Mr. Roller I P. Black Mr. William B. Black Mr. Waller L. Blankenbaker Mr. Henry G. Blower Mr. Dane R. Boggs Prof. Truman A. Bolls Prof. Fredson T. Bower Mr . Edward Boykin Dr. W’illiam E. Bray Mr. Eugene Benson Bruns Prof. Mortimer Caplin Prof. Joseph M. Carricrc Mr. John A. (Urter. Jr. Dr. James R. Osh Mr. E. H. Cassell Dr. Harry Clemons Mr. Joseph E. Coleman Mr. Robert V. Coleman Mr. Julius Conn. Jr. Prof. James S. Constantine Dr. George Cooper, Jr. Mr. Edwin II. Copenhaver Prof. Lindtey Cowen Prof. Jack Dalton Mr. William II. Dancy. Jr. Pres. Colgate W. Darden. Jr. Prof. A. K. Davi . Jr. Mr. James F. Davis Prof. Hardy C. Dillard Judge Armi»tead Nl. Dobic Mr. Douglas I). Drysdalc Prof. Edward R. Dyer. Jr. Mr. William R. Edwards. Jr. Prof. George 0. Fergu on. Jr. Prof. Frank W. Finger Prof. Thomas Fitz-Hugh Prof. Edwin E. Floyd Prof. Alexander I). Fraser Mr. Bryant C. Freeman Mr. Herbert 0. Funsten Prof. John F. Gange Prof. Richard C. Carlick. Jr. Prof. Frank A. Geldard Dr. Chalmers L. Cemmell Mr. William Minor Cilliam Prof. Robert K. Gooch Mr. John S. Grave Mr. Parker C. CriRin Prof. Allan T. Gwathmey Mr. William B. Gwyn Prof. Oron J. Hale Dean Lewis M. Hammond Mr. Stuart If. Harris Prof. James Hart Mr. James L. Hatfield I r. H. S. Hedge Prof. Atehcson L. flench Prof. Richard H. Hcnneman Prof. Frank I.. Hereford. Jr. Mr. T. G. Hereford. Jr. Mr. GuyC.Ileyl.Jr. Prof. Archibald A. Hill Mrs. Mary Hill Mr. Waller If. Horsley Mrs. Herbert P. Houghton Prof. Llewellyn G. Hoxton Mr. Cyrus If. Hoy Mr. Robert If. Hurt Mr. Carv F. Jacob Mr. Earl R. Johnson. Jr. Prof. T. Cary Johnson, Jr. Prof. Harvey E. Jordan Prof. William A. Kepner Mr. Raymond Robert Killinger, Jr. Prof. Albert A. Kincaid Dr. James E. Kindred Dr. Charlotte Kohler Mr. Julian A. Koplcn Mr. David B. Kruger Mr. Cordon M. Kru»en Mr. Anthony W. ledcrcr Dr. Edwin P. Lehman Mr. Donald M. Levy Dean Ivey F. Lewis Prof. Ben-Zion I.infield Mr. Carl II. Madden Mrs. Carl H. Madden Prof. Bernard Mayo Prof. Edwin C. MeClintoek. Jr. Mr. William II. McFarlane Prof. Edward J. McShane Prof. Richard A. Meade Mr. Walter C. Mellon Mr. A. Hew son Michie Mr. Thomas J. Michie Prof. James S. Miller Prof. Samuel A. Mitchell Prof. Lucius G. Moffatt Mr. Olin B. Murray Mr. Robert M. Mussel man Prof. Charles P. Nash. Jr. Mr. Stanley S. Needcll Prof. Wilbur A. Nelson Mr. Howard W. Nicholson Mr. Robert E. Offenbacker Prof. Earnest J. Oglesby Mr. Frank II. Parlier Prof. Brooke Peirce Mr. Blaine T. Phillips Prof. Sidman P. Poole Prof. A. J. GuMin Priest Mr. Paul E. Prillaman. Jr. Mr. Frederick T. Prufer. Jr. Mr. Benjamin II. FuIhiI . Jr. Prof. Charles G. Reid Dean F. I). G. Ribble Mr. J. L. Sauder Mr. John R. Schmidhauser Mr. Irving Scidman Prof. Archibald B. Shr|i|ier on Prof. William R. Smithey Prof. Ti| ton R. Snavcly Mr. Aubrey N. Snelling Prof. Carl C. Speidel Prof. George W. Spicer Prof. Emerson G. Spies Prof. George T. T. Starnc-Prof. Arthur F. Stocker Dr. Oscar Swineford, Jr. Mr. Robert S. Tenley Mr. Norman J. Thrower Mr. Frank G. Turner Dr. James B. Twyman Mr. Bruce B. Van Kirk Mr. Richard E. Viar Prof. Alexander Vyssotsky Judge Lyttleton Waddell Mr. Robert J. Watson Mr. Tureman G. Weaver Prof. William S. Wcedon Prof. Lionel Weiss Mr. William C.Whillock. Jr. Prof. Gordon T. Whyburn Dr. David C. Wilson Prof. James Southall Wilson Mr. William S. Wilson. HI Prof. Charles K. Woltz Prof. Frederic T. Wood Dr. James E. Wood. Jr. Prof. T. Braxton Woody Mr. Edward M. Wyatt Mr. John C. Wyllie Prof. John II. Y«e 1.1. Comdr. Richard O. Young Prof. George B. Zchmer 258STUDENT MEMBERS Charles B. Arrington, Jr. John W. Gray. Jr. Reginald F.. Rutledge Hugo Blunkingship Henry E. Harris, Jr. Robert V. Schnabel Hudnali Christopher Stuart H. Harris. Jr. John S. Shannon Joel B. Cooper Thomas L. Hofhcimer Armistead Talrnan Jerry L. Cowan Joseph J. Hughes William I.. Tazewell Boyd Coyner Stanard F. Lanford, Jr. Frank G. Turner Harrison Echols. Jr. Merwin A. Mace. Jr. Reidar Trosdal Marcus B. Finnegan John J. Mayo. Jr. Joseph Twinam William A. Forrest William H. McFurlane Wheat Wallenborn Edwin H. Gaines Frederick Moyer James S. Welch James S. Glasscock Blaine T. Phillips Munsey Whcby George Grattan Melvin Roach Roland C. Woodward OMICRON DELTA KAPPA FACULTY AND ALUMNI l)r. J. Hamilton Allan Allan T. Gwathmcy F. D.G.Ribble Raymond Bice Lewis M. Hammond B. F. D. Runk l)r. McLcmorc Birdsong Richard II. Henncman Vincent Shea 'rruinan A. Bolts Frank L. Hereford, Jr. Edward R. Slaughter Mortimer M. Caplin. Jr. E. A. Kincaid William Massic Smith Harry Clemons Henry L. Kinnicr Knox Turnbull Martin L. Cowon Francis G. Lankford, Jr. Joseph L. Vaughan Jack P. Dalton Ivey F. Lewis Edwin C. McClintock. Jr. William S. Wecdcn Colgate W. Darden, Jr. William H. White, Jr. Hardy C. Dillard Donald M. MacKay Edgar M. Williams Hon. Armistead M. Dobic Marcus B. Mallelt Charles K. Woltz Robert P. Englander J. Harry Michael, Jr. T. Braxton Woody Frank W. Finger Lawrence R. Quarles William H.Wranek Norman II. Ruthhun John C. Wyllie Richard R. Fletcher Frank A. Celdard Kenneth R. Redden Richard 0. Young Robert K. Gooch Albert T. York OFFICERS ROBERDEAU WHEAT WALI.EN BORN President DONALD M. MacKAY Secretary EDGAR M. WILLIAMS Treasurer 259FACULTY ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF Professor Harold L. A Men Dr. Vincent W. Archer Professor A. C. A. Balz Dr. Jesse W. Beams Francis L. Berkeley. Jr. Stephen Berko Professor Charles J. Bishko Truman A. Bolts Professor Fred son T. Bowers I-eslie H. Buckler Dr. James R. Cash Dr. Harry Clemons Dr. George Cooper. Jr. Jack P. Dalton President Colgate W. Darden. Jr. Professor Arthur Kyle Davis Professor Hardy C. Dillard Professor Robert E. Lutz Professor Edwin C. McClintock Professor A. F. MacConochie Professor Edward J. McShane Professor Marcus B. Mallett Professor Bernard Mayo Dr. George R. Minor Professor Frederick 'I'. Morse Dr. Henry B. Mulholland Robert M. Mussclman Professor Charles P. Nash. Jr. Professor Earnest J. Oglesby Dr. William Parson Dr. Charles (J. Pearson Dr. Edwin W. Pullen Professor Lawrence R. Quarles Professor Kenneth R. Redden THE RAVEN SOCIETY Dr. Everett C. Drash Professor Raymond S. Edmondson Dean George O. Ferguson. Jr. Professor Frank Finger Richard R. Fletcher Professor Richard C. Garlick. Jr. Dr. Wilson Gee Professor Frank A. Geldard Professor Robert K. Gooch Parker C. Grillin Dr. Paul M. Gross. Jr. Professor Allan T. Gwathmey Dean Lewis M. Hammond Dr. Andrew D. Hart Professor Alcheson L. Hcnch Dean Charles Henderson Professor Richard H. Henneman Professor Thomas C. Johnson. Jr. Archer Jones Professor Frank S. Kaulback Dr. James E. Kindred Dr. Byrd S. Leavell J. Malcolm Luck Dean F. I). G. Riblile Professor Joseph K. Roberts Professor B. F. D. Runk Vincent Shea Porfessor Tipton R. Snaveley Dr. Carl C. Spcidel Professor George W. Spicer Professor Edward C. Stevenson Dr. William N. Thornton. Jr. Professor Otis Updike. Jr. Professor Joseph L. Vaughan Professor Alexander Vyssotsky Dr. William Waddell. Jr. Professor William S. Weedon William H. White. Jr. Dr. David C. Wilson Professor Charles K. Woltz Dr. J. Edwin Wood. Jr. Dr. Fletcher D. Woodward Professor T. Braxton Woody John C. Wyllie Professor George B. Zehmer 260Harold L. Baynes MEMBERS Edward W. Lauteuschlager Frederic A. Bcray, Jr. Martin P. Levinson Behnam M. Black William M. Lile, II Walter Blankcnbaker William L. Littlejohn, Jr. Archie M. Bolster Merwin A. Mace, Jr. Joseph I). Brown Charles K. Mann Robert S. Bryan Samuel R. Marney, Jr. Parayot Butchvarov John J. Mayo R. W. Cannaday, Jr. Frank C. McCue, III Paul L. Cantrell William II. McFarlane Johnson T. Carpenter Robert L. Montague James M. Carter Alfred D. Morris Floyd II. Christopher Alexander Morrison George L. Cohen George P. Osborn Robert V. Coleman Russell P. Pace. Jr. Victor E. Cornett Albert A. Pearre, Jr. Lewis M. Costello Robert S. Perry Martin B. Coyncr. Jr. Roger II. Perry Peter L. P. Dillan Harry E. Poindexter G. Harrison Echols, Jr. Melvin E. Roach ' James M. Ellis John R. Roberson OFFICERS 1954-1955 William A. Forrest, Jr......................................President Reginald E. RuTLEDCK, Jk...............................Vice President Walter C. Hartridce, II.....................................Secretary Archie M. Bolster...........................................Treasurer Edward E. Elson Emory G. Evans Charles W. Faust Robert B. Field Marcus B. Finnegan Alan J. Kisclil John S. Fletcher William A. Forrest Joseph R. Forys John I). Fowler Edward M. Gaines ThcodorcS. Garnett. Jr. Daniel I.. Gihhes, Jr. James S. Glasscock Philip M. Goodwin Carter L. Gore Claibournc Grinin Robert E. Guilford William B. Guthrie Juck M. Gwaltney. Jr. JamesT. Hamlin, III Henry E. Harris, Jr. Stuart H. Harris Walter C. Hartridgc, II Douglas P. Hinkle Thomas I.. Hofheimer Paul B. I Inunshell Joseph J. Hughes James G. Hunter, Jr. Roger I). Johnson, Jr. Crawley F. Joyner, III Chang Sul I Kang Alvin M. Kantcr Julian A. Koplcn .Melvin S. Krause, Jr. Edward W. Large, Jr. Reginald E. Rutledge. Jr. Wallace S. Sanderlin Robert V. Schnabel John S. Shannon E. Summers Sheffey Peter B. Sherry Warren E. Slater Aubrey N. Snellings HenryH. Sprague Louis C. Stanton, Jr. Frank M. Steadman. Jr. Sigmund C. Stein Edwin A. Sumpter William L. Tazewell John Thomas Jesse C. Thompson. J r. George C. Thrasler. Jr. Henry W. Thwing Gordon R. Trapncll Rcidar A. Trosdal. Jr. John R. Turbyfill Frank G. Turner Joseph W. Twinam George M. Van Sant Jesse S. Vogtle James E. Wagner Roberdea Wallenborn Lawrence P. Watkins James S. Welch William F. Whaler Munsey S. Wheby Garland E. Whctzel George W. Williams Roland C. Woodward Edward M. Wyatt 261TAU BETA PI OFFICERS Sidney Cheavens Dixon Robert Bryan Feii.d Corresponding Secretary Floyd Hudnam. Christopher, Jr James Irvin Lankford. Jr. FACULTY MEMBERS Charles Henderson Jean Morris Roberts Lawrence Reginald Quarles Gaston Forties Arthur Francis MacConochie Otis Lee Updike, Jr. Earnest Jackson Oglesby Clifford Myron Siegel James Shannon Miller, Jr. Janies Hubert Gary Frederick Tracy Morse Donald Lee Reid Charles Nelson Gaylord Avery Catlin MEMBERS Walter Preston Nelms, Jr. Stanard Franklin Lanford, Jr. Sidney Cheavens Dixon Robert Bryan Feild Nicholas Paul Chopey Floyd Hudnall Christopher, Jr. Janies Irvin Lankford, Jr. James Sinkler Hickson John Jesse Mayo. Jr. James Earl Wagner Roberdeau Wheat Wullenborn Raymond Gerald Zedekar Julian Hawes Dancy Donald George Ctiddihy 262PHI ETA SIGMA OFFICERS Thomas A. Stansell, Jr..........................................................President Cf.orgk B. Thomas, Jr......................................................Vice-President Thomas J. Hanley, Jr............................................................Secretary Nelson M. Head, Jr..............................................................Treasurer Robert M. Hoover ...............................................................Historian STUDENT ADVISORS Henry E. Harris, Jr. Rcidar A. Trosdal ADVISOR Richard R. Fletcher FROM THE COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES Robert S. Bcrscl Randolph W. Church, Jr. Charles N. Cooper Robert B. Eggleston Richard W. Fowler Allen A. Futral. Jr. Bcnct D. Ccllman Frank W. Gilmer Carter L. Gore Jesse C. Green, Jr. Ira V. Levin Robert J. Mccgan Ashby C. Moncure James S. Noblitt John M. Oakcy. Jr. Robert M. I’aync Wayne E. Powell Martin A. Purcell Robert M. Randolph Michael K. Rees Donald E. Ridenour Glen H. Stusscn George B. Thomas, Jr. John C. Willis Morton M. Zcdd FROM THE SCHOOL OF EDUCATION Linwood C. Burchcr James M. Moyer 263DELTA SIGMA PI The International Fraternity of Delta Sigma Pi was founded at New York University, November 7, 1907. Alpha Xi Chapter was established at the University of Virginia on October 24,1925. Firm Row, left lo riffht: Hyde, Thompson. Surkey. Shaw. N idiot-, n. Smith, Second Row: Wilcox, Hodge, Watson. Hairston, Wild man, Wvotton, Daniel. Tiiihd Row: Hoard, Callaghan. Ahrens, Rieger, Morrison, Grabman. OFFICERS NORMAN J. SHAW ..............................................PreuAmt PAUL F.. RIKCKK . M. I.KK STARKEY.................................Senior VieePresiAent JACK R. HODGE ... SAMUEL HAIRSTON. Ill....................................Vice-Preddent DONAI. WADI.HIGH FACULTY MEMBERS D. Clark Hyde Lorin P. Thompson Robert W. Ahrens Charles 11. Arrington. Jr. Carroll M. llerndt.Jr. John J. Ihkiril, III Andrew E. Bowles, Jr. Thomas I.. Brown Daniel O. Callaghan Richard S. Clair Albert J. Cox John R. Crompton John I.. Dickinson Howard W. Nichol»on Robert 'I. Muwrlman Warren 1.. Smith Douglas D. Dry-dale BROTHERS Harry I.. IWson Lyman A. Drewry, Jr. Gary L. EIIU Francis II. Fannon Harold E. Fielding George M. Cibbs Eugene A. Grabman John M. Grant, Jr. Samuel Hairston. Ill Charles B. Ilraly Jack R. Ilodgc James S. Ilowic James N. Jacobi Dclwyn II. Kegley Harry N. Lewi. Carletoa M. Lack Jame- F. McCabe. Jr. Richard E. McCallum James H. MeKillop Edward II. Miller Roy I.. N|illner Lee R. Morrison PLEDGE Richard It. Lee Tr rauirrr .Secretary II liter ian Aubrey N. Snelling David It. Moyer Paul E. Rieger Norman J. Shaw M. l-ce Starkey. Jr. Emil J. Sulzberger Jack I- Thompson William T. Tomes Donal Wadlcigh Robinson R. Watson Albert V. WiloOX Bruce J. Wiblman William E. Woolton 264DELTA EPSILON OFFICERS First Semester CHARLES H. ARRINGTON ....................................President WILLIAM I). WEEKS ..................................Vice-President JOSEPH J. HUGHES ........................................Secretary EDWARD E. KLSON .........................................Treasurer Second Semester EDWARD E. KLSON .................................................President JOHN O. FOWLER .............................................Vice-President WILLIAM R. DORSEY ...............................................Secretary CHARLES L. WILLARD ..............................................Tretuurer MEMBERS Ellin Abram lli-njatnin I . ALcliuler Charlc II. Arrington David Howe John II. Bishop Mile Cary, Jr. C. Rich DilTenderllor William R. Dorsey. III Ian I . Dudley Erie Ellington James Ellin Edward E. Elwn Robert B. Field John T. Fi lier Alan Fixlil John Fowler Reginald K. Franeklyn Herbert 0. Fu listen Edwin E. Gatewood Jnine Glasscock Val llavnrd Corky Hawthorne Thoimi L. Ilofheinter Joseph J. Hughe Bernard Holland James Hudlnw Don llerterick Charles Hill June Warren Knight Karl B. Knu t. Jr. Arnold II. Leon Barry Lichtenstein Edward MeCue John W. MuoKnight Janies McColic Michael C. MeWhinncy W. Tabb Moore Carlos Oates Edwin P. Patton Blaine T. Phillip William M. (Juigg Bernard Rics John Shannon Walter Shapcro Jame M. Shoemaker Frank M. Slayton Robert Smilhwick, Jr. Louis Stanton Robert II. Swindell. Jr. Granville II. Swope Maurice L. Starkey Robert Taylor Edwin A. Tulman William L. Tazewell Phillip Trainer Reidcr Trofdal Joseph W. Twinnm Thomas Virnclson Larry A. Warner Alex Whitaker Charles L. Willard William Weeks Harold Williams Brent Winn Lawreneo P. Walking 265BETA GAMMA SIGMA Alpha of Virginia Chapter Honorary fraternity in commerce. Founded at the University of Wisconsin, February 26, 1913. Established at the University of Virginia. April 12, 1929. M. Julius Barlow....... Georck T. Star ms....... Maximilian Julius Barlow Duncan Clark Hyde Elbert Alvis Kincaid Robert I . Black OFFICERS FACULTY MEMBERS Howard White Nicholson Tipton Ray Suavely STUDENT MEMBERS Lyman A. Drewry. Jr. Emil Sulzberger ....................President ...........Secretary-Treasurer George Talmuge Starnes Daniel Rutledge Vining David McCord Wright Willium E. Wooton ALPHA CHI SIGMA The Alpha Chi Sigma Fraternity is composed of students in the fields of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering and has as its purpose the advancement of these two fields both as sciences and as professions. The Alpha Kappa Chapter was established at the University of Virginia in 1922. OFFICERS RICHARD LAYTON .....................Itaster Alchemist GEORGE M. SANTERRE ...........Viet Master Alchemist I.ANDRY T. SLADE ..............Master o Ceremonies IRA W. LEVIN................................Treasurer DONALD R. CAMPBELl...........................Reporter ROGER A. LUTZ. JR............................Recorder ROBERT E. PARTRIDGE.........................Assistant Recorder CARROLL T. CLARK ..............................Alumni Secretary FACULTY MEMBERS Alfred Burger Thomas Crowell Everett C. Cogbill Paul M. Grow, Jr. James W. Coic Robert E. Lutz Hugh M. Spencer MEMBERS James Anderson Charles E. Bell. Jr. Charles T. Bradshaw Richard K. Brantley Bernard Buclibol . John B. Clement David B. Dillard Robert It. Feild Richard I). Fogg io Claiborne Griflin John E. Ilrrweh Dale llornbaker Donald T. Kramer Janie, I.. Lankford Robert G. I.ut Charles K. Mann Harry B. Mark Malcolm M. McKnighl Richard Y. Meellieim David Y. Miller William K. Nesbitt John J. Pickeral Millard C. Reese Taki Roumboulaki Kent Smith Roy Stanmyer Janes W. Turner Richard A. Vogel Weldon L. W a Hick Henry C. Wingfield William L. Young I,HST Row, left to right: Dr. Cole. Bdl. Levin, Santerrc, Slade. Clark. Buchholz. Second Bow : Dillard, l nkfnrd. Mark. Turner, Smith. Cani|d clL Meellieim. Tlimti Row: Walliok, Foggio, Patridge, Kramer, Lutz. R. A.. Roumboulaki , Griflin, Brantley. 266SCARAB I .oft ! • right: Krause, Baxter, Browne, Clave. Hull. Parrish. OFFICERS JAMES M. CLAVE ..............................President THOMAS E. PARRISH ......................Vice-President JOHN H. BAMBERGER ...........................Secretary HENRY J. BROWNE .............................Treasurer MELVIN S. KRAUSE. JR.........................Historian MEMBERS JOHN II. BAMBERGER CERARI) A. BAXTER HENRY J. BROWNE RICHARD C. BUI.I. JAMES M. CLAVE MELVINS. KRAUSE. JR. THOMAS E. PARRISH OFFICERS GEORGE A. BOCK .............................President THOMAS E. PARRISH .....................Vice-President RURIK F. EKSTROM ...........................Treasurer CALDWELL N. DUGAN ..........................Secretary ROBERT B. STOKES.......................Strgeanmt-arms MEMBERS Donald C. Biirmurr Walter A. Betancourt Allen R. Carney Robert L. F.lli Charles R. Foster Edward S. Frailer, Jr. James M. Clave Antonio A. Come . Wayne M. Hardison Kenneth W. Hayes Lindlcy M. Hoffman John C. Holcombe John R. Poland Bruce W. Roliinnon Ronald L. Smith Richard T. Slang Robert M. Stick Icy, HI James W. Talbot, II Terrell I . Way Ceorge L. William Shirley 0. Wooster. Jr. Lynn Wright Eiasr Row. left to right: Buck, Parri h. Ekstrom. Dugan. Fruiter. StxoNo Row: Gomez. Holcombe. Clave. Wooster, Betancourt. Hayes, Williams. ALPHA RHO C H I 267PHI DEL TA KAPPA ALPHA-BETA CHAPTER OF PHI DELTA KAPPA Founded al Ilir University of Indiana, January 24, 1906 Kxlablixhed al the University of Firginia, October 21. 1921 I lii Delta Kappa is a professional fraternity having as its chief purpose the promotion of free public education as an essential to the development and maintenance of a democracy through the continuing interpretation of the ideals of research, service and leadership and the translation of these ideals into u program of action appropriate to the needs of public education. OFFICERS ALPHEUS LEE WHITE....................... PAUL E. BEHRENS......................... WARREN J. PACE.......................... JAMES HARDING SISKK...................... FRANCIS E. FLORA ....................... FRANK R. WEISER ......................... MR. I.. T. LUDWIG ....................... ...............President ...........V icc-President .....Recording Secretary Corresponding Secretary ...............Treasurer ...............Historian .........Faculty Sponsor DR. R. E. SWINDLER J. Jeffery Auer Arthur J. Bachrach Earl R. Bogg Bobby J. Chandler John B. Cha.e Richard R. Fletcher Laddie R. Beil R. J. Britton Richard K. Claddcn Paul B. lloun hell Thoma F. Beddow Allen J. Berry Henry W. Burnt John A. Barne Paul II. Calc Ferndall R. Ellil Janie. W. E»l« William I. Overby De Forest L. Strunk. II Ixmell C. (alien Ceorgo II. Slrimel. Jr. Fralres in Faculty RijnoadC, Ilcidloll Arthur M. Jarman John I.. Linca.tcr Franci G. Lankford. Jr. Ullin W. Learell I-a wren co T. Ludwig Active Members John I. Melone. Jr. Roland II. NeUon, Jr. Earl R. Savage Richard M. Sieg Frat res in Ur be Edward II. Henry. Jr. Ben F. Hurt John B. Kinker Harry Marlin Frederick T. Neely William I. Nicklc John K. Reitz Initiates Jame T. Murfee, III Edw in M. l-ogan Stanley A. Huffman, Jr. Marshall M. Brice John L Manahan Richard A. Meade Jame M. Mullendore John A. Rorer I.indlcy J. Stile Henry I.. Sublet!. Jr. Charles I). Tolley llmry I. Willett. Jr. Paul 1). Wylie llnwrard R. Richard on John I. Sauder William L. Shumate, Jr. Walter C. Smith William R. Smithcy Richard M. Strafford llatwell II. Walker Jacob G. Martin Malcolm P. McConnell. Jr. Willie T. Barnett Edward R. Slaughter First Ron. left to right: Ludwig, Flora. White. Si»ke. Behren . StXOXD Row; Slaughter. IJllcn. Bell. Nelx.n, Ifeidloff. Tliim Row: Shelby. Martin. Melone, Overby. Murfee. Koiktii Row: Willett, la gan, Merehent, Strunk, McConnell.KAPPA DELTA PI Kappa Della Pi, a National Honor Society for men and women in Education, was founded June 8. 1911. Its purpose is to encourage high professional, intellectual, and personal standards among educators and to recognize outstanding contributions to education. Eta Kappa Chapter of Kappa Delta Pi was founded at The University of Virginia. August 8.1951. OFFICERS MARY ARMSTRONG SNOOPY .... JOHN BRYANT CHASE. JR FACULTY MIm Ella Row Baily Dr. Arthur M. Jarman Dean Lindley J. Stiles l)r. Arthur Bachrach Mis Amelia I.iprhak Or. Vivian T. Thayer Or. Karl R. Boggs Or. Richard A. Meade Mis Vivian White Or. John B. Chaw. Jr. Dr. John A. Rorer Miss Mary V. Willson MEMBERS Marshall M. Brice James Coni Joyce Ann Mayo Adah K. Rragan Nolle Dickinson John Mrlonc. Jr. Margaret S. Barnes Alice 0. Elam Elizabeth Pare John II. Barnes CtUa H. Freitag C. H. Power. Willie T. Barnette. Jr. Richard Gladden Walter Smith Virginia T. Carr Margaret Garnett Jim Siske Jean C. Chaw Paul II. Ilounshcll Henry Sublet! Mjrm A. (‘.lark A. 0. Hutton Mary Snoddy l.ind.i Carter Lowell Litton First How, Irlt to right: Hume . M., Snoddy, Si kc. Mayo. Skcomd Row: Diekin—n. Barnes, J.. Bril. Wells. Carter.OFFICERS Don C. Johnston ........................................President Howard E. Cii.i.................................. Vice-President Alexander Hamilton .....................................Secretary John F. Porter......................................... Treasurer MEMBERS Bill Foulk Jesse Wilson Dave Colescott Boh Kohn Ben Alschuler Jim Shoemaker Joe Hughes Ashby Moncurc Dave I-yle John Bazzarre Dan Gregory Jack Ray Jim Rumsey John Bishop Jim Ycarout Toody Mcars Sam Hairston Barry Sehralla Boh Long Ed Huddle Maurice Starkey Wally Hatch ( arl Meyer Bill Cockrell Bob Martin Henry Strempek Joe Shapcro Jim Burke George Lewis Lou Hargrave Tom Hofcimer George Thomas Jim Barlow Bo Bcrndt Bill Nickerson Jay Race Tuck White Martin Grecnstein Pete Anderson Boh Butcher Dan Stacks Bernard Ries Boh McCarty Mike Barhagello Warren Birgc Len Bolt Ernie Salter Rick Ekstroni P. A. Peter Don Rhodes Bill Quigg Ray Register Bill Mendenhall Stuart Harris Laurie Riggs Jay Corson Harold Orville Wally Stettinius Keith Wood Ben Hansel Paul Kirwin James Siskc Leonard Brooke Chris Turman Breck Arrington Brock Anderson Mayo Read Boh Devries Carlton Shclhorn Buzz. Cleaver Ed Parmelc Bill Rector Jerry Rosenblatt Bill Harris Denny Hodge Dana Sinklcr John Snead Boh Smithwick John Sutton Stuart Henderson Dave Bowes John Sinficid Alan HesdorlTer Randy Church Val Havard Bill Rhue Pete Levinson Travis Thompson Tel White Alex Whitaker Carl Jett Lew Hansen Jess Willard Doug Waugh Bill Berkeley Doug Godinc Ritchie Smith Pete Modigilanni Henry Ritchie 270OFFICERS John V. Garland............................................... President Robert F. Rush............................................Vice-President Marshall S. Cahi’KK........................................... Secretary Reidar A. Trosdai..............................................Treasurer MEMBERS Dave Reinbach I.ee Boatwright John Dougherty Jere Watkins Bob McCallum Maury Brasserl Bob Swindell Walter Hamill Jim Grieves Boh Page Bill McKee Bro Kinlock Ed Pryor Tom Hunter Frank Slayton Sonny Butler Dave Place Jim Bartlett Penny Dudley Joe Twinam Jim Duval Si«l White Jack Gilbert Kermit Lowry Buzz Wilkinson Paul Lindgrcn Toni Soulier Joe Dreese Jim McCabe Ed Elson Gene Bowles George Kaufman Elbert McKinney Nick Goldsborough Gerald Gildcrslccve Don Nichols John Howard Max Weinberg Charles Dowling Arnold Leon Bob Hopkins Jess Hagv John Scfion Dick Harvey Lee Marston Carter Bagiev Newell Wallace Tabb Moore Fred Moyer Hudnall Christopher Massic Valentine Larry Fenton Bill Dorsey Bob Turner Bill Blue Jim Hudlow Buck Mace Ken Lyle Chuck Leone John Holmgren Al Kiggen John Wallace Dave Mitchell Bob Shaw Red Zehmer Howard Richardson Brae McKee Jack Coleman Bill Edwards Jim St. Clair Wayne Plunkett Tom Felix Sanford Straton Sandy HofT Alien Carter Bob Cox Bob Ward Jim Covington Stuart Freeman Lawson Appcrson C. Cheyney Cole Peter Reisner Colson Hillicr Charley Moncurc Owen Geer Dick Roane Charles Thomson Tom Hanley Pete Patton Corky Hawthorne Roland Ost Roger Lawrence Southall Wallace Wayne Powell Jack Kcphan Bill Young Crawley Joyner Clater Smith Dick Wray Joe Hewcll Rudy Wood Al Clark 271LAMBDA P I OFFICERS Joseph W. Twinam ........................ R. Rives Bailey.......................... Maury E. Brassert........................ Thomas D. Gill........................... . President Pice-President .....Secretary .... 7 reasurer Lambda Pi and Skull and Keys are honorary political societies of students in the College of Arts and Science. Until the spring of 1953, the two organizations were the sponsors of the University Party, but after the collapse of the rival Cavalier Party in 1952 the two societies decided to split into rival political parties to provide a two-party system for the College voters. In the fall elections for College representatives to the Student Council, Lambda Pi’s candidates were Ted Baynes, Alex Hamilton, Bill Edwards and Jake Patsel. As the yearbook went to press the two societies were campaigning for the College election on March 30th. Lambda Pi was presenting Howard Gill for President, Hives Bailey for Vice-President, Tom Gill for Secretary-Treasurer, and Maury Brassert for Historian. 272SKULL AND KEYS Rkidak A. Tkosdai. John H. Bishop....... JosKi’H II. Cam. Thomas L IIokiikimkk OFFICKRS .....President Vice-President .....Secret nry .... 7”reasurer When Skull and Keys and Lambdi Pi were within the University Party, membership in the two organizations was elective and honorary. Since their division into separate and rival parties, membership in each society has been placed on a basis of equal representation for each social fraternity, and both societies accept as members non-fraternity representatives of politically interested organizations in the University. Skull and Keys presented Tom Hofheimer, Joe Hughes, Joe Call and Hutch Schwab as its Student Council candidates in the fall. The society’s slate for College officers was comprised of Reidar Trosdal for President, Budgie Pearre for Vice-President, Joe Call for Secretary-Treasurer, and Jim Hudlow for Historian. 273Cranny Swope John Payne Waverly Berkley Tony Leijih Sonny Nichols Joe Mclialick Clalcr Smith Danny Knight Eddie Talman John Garland Tom Mullen Dill Morris Hatch Echols Don Johnston Sid White Scott Shackleford Lewis Jones Scott Mason Dick Beall Jesse Voglle Bill Creech lioli Smilltwick Dave Kitijt Mac McDermott Tom Hunter Ed Pryor IMV. Of VA. Frank Bedell Hive Bailey Bev Browne Wally SleUtntu Gerry Foulk Craig Slinglufl Massie Valentine Larry Warner UiWy Edwards Mac Carper Jake Palsel Boh Hush Hcrl Warren Whiley Clarke Dave Bowes Belt Putney Jim Black Jim Covington Boh Auersh Charlie Vlowaul Jack Votiet Uiivay C ca er Dim Nichoto Hulilm Denting Jim Shoemaker Co on WittierW cV Rv eA»t m Rumwy Won Saw Y W SvaWmfts Hugo ManVmgsVvv Me Power WuAnaU Warr Wu Ay "YaicvJcW WAAty GabeW a nc VV W p Pau KiYVf'm GVwet Earner Me Woac.h cav NN aUenkorn Y,AA e KnovAc Prank S aylon VreA Moyer George CitaUau Henry Sucropek HuAnaW Chrtalopher Vim Onevw W W U c Tom Evans W c WiUenAeTffcr Wreck. Arrington Wmn've K c k k Benny DxuUcy GarUon SchcWxorn u uunt o VIRGINIA Lew Costello Wayne Plunkett Reidar Trosdal Jack Mulltolland Tibb Moore Howard Gill Joe Call Hoi) Swindell Hud pic Pear re Harry Lee Hilly Young Sandy Gilliam Joe Hughes Hill Dorsey Stan Hanford Joe Twinam John Bazzarre Sonny Hutlcr Haul Phipps Butch Schwab Alex Hamilton Buzzy Wilkinson TeA Baynes Tom Gill Memo Harris Tom Hofheimer Stan Krause John Polzer Charlie Jones Tom Evans Dick Rutledge Don Johnson Kcidur Trosdal William Tazewell Glover Garner Austin Pearrc Dick Beall Sonny Nichols Hudnall Christopher George Grattan Wheat Wallenborn Hatch Echols Lew Hansen Tony Leigh Jim Grieves I M P MEMBERS Blaine Phillips Jim Duval Granny Swope Breck Arrington Hudnall Ware William Stallings Dick Vinton Robert Cabell William Forrest William Lile Massie Valentine Howard Gill Bill Young Joe Twinam Bucky Mace Jack Mulholland Sam Glasscock 276ACTIVE MEMBERS Melvin Roach Lilburn Talley Bcnno Janssen, Jr. Smart Harris Peter Potter Armistead Talman Joseph Mchalick Scott Shackelford Frederick Moyer Thomas Hofheimer Alexander Hamilton Henry Harris. Jr. Rives Bailey Bernard Schwab Owen Meadows Hugo Blank inship FRATRES IN URBE Malcolm Luck Robert Gooch Richard Turner Oscar Swineford, J r. Albert York John Battle, Jr. Evan Male Llewellyn Miller Knox Turnbull John Morris Charles Craddock, Jr. Walter Smith Gilbert Sullivan Len Coiner David Carr Harrison Nesbitt Harry Lee T. Munford Boyd“13” SOCIETY Founded in February, 1JH59 Motto: Superstition solum in anime irscii habitat! G. Harrison Echols Blaine T. Phillips Hudnall Christopher H. Wheat Wallrnborn Reginald E. Rutledge Richard W. Wilkinson Armistead Talman Skip Forrest Hugo Blankingship Pete Potter Stuart II. Harris Robert Cabell Widdy Tazewell 278279AFTERWORD In any large undertaking there arc many unknown and unsung people who have done their share to make the venture a success. Without such people this copy of the Corks Curls would never have been published. For their cooperation, we would like to express our thanks. Sarony Studios of New York did an excellent job of photography for Harold William’s fine class section. Without the patience of Miss Charlotte Wray of Sarony and Harold no one would have found his picture in its proper place. Not only were we fortunate in having fine photography for our Class Section, but we also managed to get Ed Roseberry back again. Ed and fine photography have become synonymous during the past few years that he has worked on the Corks Curls. Ralph Thompson took all of the excellent athletic shots which you see in that section, and Chuck Kiraly did most of the photography for the organizations and honoraries which were handled ably by Jimmy Hudlow. Dave Rowes gave unselfishly of his time and efforts to produce one of the best Features sections the Corks Curls has ever seen. Hatch Echols was invaluable in his organization of the Sports Section, and Val Havard managed to finish up his Fraternity Section in the shortest time on record. To Tommy Hunter we owe very sincere thanks for his fine art work which is to be found, throughout the book. Tommy, along with Widdy Tazewell, added that little extra touch which distinguishes a good yearbook from a mediocre one. Even with all of this help this copy of the Corks Curls would not have appeared without the fine financial foundations on which Business Manager Bob Smithwick ran the book. John Bishop. Subscription Manager, John Fisher. Advertising Manager. Carlos Oates, Organization Manager. Lawson Appcrson, Circulation Manager, and Howard Gill, Office Manager, completed this staff. To John Benson of the Benson Printing Company and M. L. Glover of the Lynchburg Engraving Company, we wish to extend our particular thanks, for without their help there would be no 1955 Corks CuRi-S. THE EDITORS 280 281CLOTHING, FURNISHINGS, HATS AND FOOTWEAR Featuring FINE CUSTOM TAILORING And Our Own Raven Model Suits and Sport Jackets Cashmere and Shetland Sweaters Oxford Cloth Shirts Imported Neckwear Bass Wccjuns Also Sportswear and Accessories For Ladies In THE VIRGINIA SHOP STEVENS - SHEPHERD CO .incorporated. University of VirginiaYour Electric Service is on the fob 24 hours a day—doy and night— making your daily living lots easier, healthier and more onjoyablo. VIRGINIA ELECTRIC AND POWER COMPANY | Low Cost of Electricity YOUR FINEST ENTERTAINMENT VALUE! the PARAMOUNT theatre "There's more fun at the movies!" STEVENS COMPANY MONTICCLLO MOTEL OUILOINC CHARLOTTESVILLE, VIRGINIA TELEPHONE OOO SHOP AT SEARS AND SAVE i ROEBL ARS ICK AND C f 212 W. Main St. CHARLOTTESVILLE. 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THOMAS SOUTHERN WELDING OPTICIAN AND MACHINE 105 NORTH FIRST ST. COMPANY Let the Banks of Charlottesville Serve MIDWAY You during Your College Career and After . . . LAUNDRY AND Peoples National Bank DRY CLEANERS Citizens Bank Trust Co. Prompt Student Service National Bank Trust Co. 401 W. Main Street Members Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. Dial 2-6186THE FOLLOWING CARTOONS REFLECT THE RESULTS OF A STUDENT POLL ON VITAL CURRENT ISSUES BUCKINGHAM-VIRGINIA SLATE CORPORATION I 103 East Main Street RICHMOND. VIRGINIA UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA STEINS Mail Orders Filled Promptly $6.00 JAMESON BOOK STORE, INC. University Avenue CHARLOTTESVILLE. VIRGINIAFREE PARKING UNIVERSITY BILLIARD PARLOR Phone 2-9970 One of America's Exceptional Inns BRUCE R. RICHARDSON. JR.. 41. Gen. Mgr. C. P. 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Vt. 6-7288 Air Conditioned HANNES and HILDEGARD LIPPONER "Winter Resort for Virginia Students" The Cleanest and Most Up-to-Date Shone Shine For BOOKS, SUPPLIES, STATIONERY Prompt and Courteous Service ANDERSONS BROS. BOOKSTORE Incorporated "At tho Comer" Custom Tailors Furnishers CHIPP TRAVELLERS ON THE ROAD Periodically. during tho yoor. Chipp representative visit many cities to oxhibit distinctive Custom Toilored and Special Cut Clothing for Mon and Custom Mado Clothing for Women, Also, at this time. Chipp carries a complote sample rango of exclusive accessories for men. Listed below, are the nemos of tho cities and hotels on our itinerary. Cities Hotels Atlanta.......................Ointler-Plara Baltimore.........................Southern Beverly Mills................Beverly Hills Buffalo ............................Statler Charleston...................Daniel Boone Charlotte.........................Charlotte Charlottesville...............Univ. of Va. Chicago.................................La Salle Cincinnati ...............Nctherland-Plaia Cleveland .........................Statler Columbia ........................Jefferson Oalles ...........................Adolphus Danville..........................Danville Denver..............................Albany Cities Hotels Detroit............... Sheraton-Cadillac Evansville.......................McCurdy Greensboro.......................O'Henry Houston.............................Rice Indianapolis.................... Lincoln Los Angeles.................... Biltmore Louisville........................ Brown Lynchburg......................Virginian Memphis......................... Peabody Midland....................... Scharbaur Minneapolis.................... Radisson Now Orleans....................Roosevelt Oklahoma City...................Biltmore Wo invito writton roquosts for our oxact dotos. 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GARRETT CO. Contractor A RICHMOND. VIRGINIA Road and Street Construction Grading Excavating Sewer Work Foundations Driveways, Etc. Concrete Work Special Trailers for Heavy Hauling DIAL RICH. 5-5835 Nights 5-0867 OFFICE AND YARD, DABNEY ROAD EQUIPMENT RENTAL Power Shovels Cranes Dump Trucks Draglines Bull Dozers Clamshells Motor Graders Hoe BucketsMen's clothing and furnishings in the Virginia tradition at the corner (EflUtna 3htr. UNIVERSITY, VIRGINIA JEFFERSON MOTOR LODGE Route 29 South THE RAVEN ROOM Dine by Candlelight HOWARD JOHNSON'S RESTAURANT BENJAMIN W. DAVIS General Agont 77.0 NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL Address I 108 State Planters Bank Bldg. 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