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Virginia Commonwealth University Archives njivn O ' . » » % ' %. % ' v - C i : • • - ' 7 £e W47 TOiycwzm ■ ■ . ■ 7 fe t ?47 Elaine Wise Editor-in-Chief Alice Arch Assistant Editor Florine Hunt Business Manager Annual Publication of the Students of RICHMOND PROFESSIONAL INSTITUTE THE COLLEGE OF WILLIAM AND MARY - ' Dedication . . . Mrs. Lois Washer ' Lives of great men all remind us We can make our lives sublime, And, departing, leave behind us Footprints on the sands of time. " ■ je p. v. THE DEPARTMENT OF APPLIED PSYCHOLOGY THE SCHOOL OF APPLIED SCIENCE THE SCHOOL OF ART THE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION THE DEPARTMENT OF APPLIED SOCIOLOGY AND STATISTICS THE DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION THE DEPARTMENT OF RECREATIONAL LEADERSHIP THE SCHOOL OF SOCIAL WORK THE SCHOOL OF OCCUPATIONAL AND PHYSICAL THERAPY THE SCHOOL OF MUSIC THE SCHOOL OF GENERAL EDUCATION THE ENGINEERING DIVISION (in cooperation with the Virginia Polytechnic Institute) THE SCHOOL OF DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION (fattenti- OUR COLLEGE OUR CLASSES OUR ACTIVITIES OUR ATHLETICS OUR FEATURES . Administration Building Can, @oMeye ■ Dean Henry H. Hi bus A.I)., Cumberland College, Kentucky ; A.M., Brown University I ' ll. I).. Columbia University. • Dr. Margaret L. Johnson Administrative Assistant; Adviser to Women Students. A.B., Barnard College ; A.M. and Ph.D., Columbia University. • ' ■ • faculty HARRIET BOGART Instructor in . Irl Diploma, Richmond Professional Institute. CURT BOXDV . Associate Professor of Psychology Ph.D., University of Hamburg, Germany. VIRGINIA BRAY Assistant Professor of Psychology B.A., Russell Sage College; M.A., Columbia University FRANCES CHAPMAN Assistant Professor of Physical Education B.S., University of Mississippi; M.A., George Peab ody College. CORDELIA COX I ' mii iatc Professor of Social Case Work A.B., William and Mary; M.A., University of North Carolina. CHARLES W. CRAIG, Jr. Instructor in Pipe Organ and Theory Fellow American Guild of Organists, New York City; Studied with Arthur Howes, Washington, D. ( ' . ; Norman Colce-Jephcort, New York; Ernest ( osby, Richmond. [10] ■ : ' pCLCdttCf ALICE DAVIS Associate Professor of Sociology M.S., Richmond School of Social Work ; Ph.D., University of North Carolina. HOWARD HUNTER DAVIS Associate Professor of Economics A.B., University of Richmond ; Ph.D., Johns- Hopkins University. T ' i ft SPENCER HICKS DAVIS Assistant Professor of Dramatic Art .S., Ohio State University; M.A., Columbia University. ANNIE GOULDING DIX Assistant Professor of English A.B., Judson College; A.M., Columbia University. FLORENCE ENGLISH Instructor in Physical Education B.A., Hunter College ; M.A., Columbia University. DORIS E. FALES Chairman, Department of Biology and Chemistry A.B., Mt. Holyoke College; M.A., Western Reserve University; Ph.D., Yale University. [11] ' paccdtcf CHARLES ALFRED FOSTER Issociatt Professor " i Engineering U.S., M.S., Virginia Polytechnic Institute. HELEN FREAS Instructor of Occupational Therapy B.A., Berea, Kentucky ; Certificate, Richmond Professional Institute. ETHEL HUNTER FULLER Assistant Professor of Distributive Education B.A., University of West Virginia; I IK., Duke University. MARJORIE HALL Instructor in Music B.A., University of West Virginia; M.A., Richmond Professional Institute. ROBERT R. HARRIS! ) Professor of lit B.F.A., Wayne Universit) ; M.A., University oi [owa. ra mom) t. imnors Associate Professor of Dramatic Art U.S., reachers College, Bloomsburg, Pennsyl- vania; M.A., Columbia University. [12 1 acuity VIRGINIA L. HOLDEN Music, Instructor in Piano B.M., University of West Virginia; Graduate Study, Chicago Musical College. GEORGE TODD KALIF Director, Richmond School of Social Work B.A., Tulane University; M.A., Tulane Univer- sity; Ph.D., Harvard University; M.S.W., School of Social Work, Tulane University. MARY EUGENIA KAPP Associate Professor of Chemistry A.B., University of North Carolina; M.A., Duke University; Ph.D., University of North Carolina. EDWIN HENRY KRUG Instructor in Engineering B.S. in Aero Engineering, Virginia Polytechnic Institute. ROSAMOND McCANLESS Librarian B.A., Converse College ; B.S., University of North Carolina, Library Science; M.A., Uni- versity of North Carolina. S. J. McCOY Associate Professor of English A.B., Wofford College; M.A., Duke University Ph.D., University of North Carolina. n o t; : . ' " . ilk fis] ■ • • ? xccdty ROSEMARY McMILLAN Associate Professor of Store Service Fduiation K.A., Woman ' s College, University of North Carolina. HAZEL PETTUS MUNDY Instructor in Costume Design and Clothing Construction Traphagan School of Fashion, New York ; Mac-Dowell School of Costume Design. -a- » l ) kA LEONARD NICHOLS Assistant Professor of Distributive Education B.S., University of Pittsburgh; M.S., Columbia University. THERESA POLLAK Faculty Chairman, Richmond School of Art U.S., Westhampton College; Professional Train- ing, Art Students ' League of New York and Fogg Museum School, Harvard. HANNAH LEE REYNOLDS Instructor in Distributive F.ducation U.S., State Teachers College, Farmville, Virginia ; Certificate in Store Service, Richmond Profes- sional Institute. HELEN FILL RHODES Assistant Professor of Music Artist Diploma, Cincinnati Conservatory of Mu- sic; European Study; Studied with Witherspoon, Jompulsky. I 14 | " ' pacutty ALBERT ALAN ROGERS Assistant Professor of History B.A., University of Richmond ; B. S., M.A., Ph.D., University of Virginia. BASCOM JOSEPH ROWLETT, Jr. Instructor in Engineering B.S. in Civil Engineering, Virginia Polytechnic Institute. WILLIAM CHARLES SCHAFER Associate Professor of Business B.A., University of Rochester; M.A., Columbia University. AILEEN SHANE Associate Professor of Psychiatric Social Work A.B., Converse College; M.S.S., Smith College, School of Social Work. fit ft VOLNEY SHEPARD Music, Director of Department B.A., Washington State College; B.M., Chicago Musical College; M.M., Chicago Musical Col- lege. HELEN B. SHOUSE Assistant Professor of Industrial Arts B.S. in Education, New York University; M.A., Industrial Arts, Teachers College, Columbia University. [15] ' -» ' ; " " v tit faculty ROLAND HKATCHER SMITH Associate Professor of Journalism 11. v. M.A., Ohio State University. SUSAN BACON THORNTON Instructor in English B.A., Oxford College for Women; M.A.. University of Cincinnati. WILLIAM H. TOLERTON Associate Professor of Interior Decoration Graduate, Parsons School ol Design; Pari Atelier, France. LOIS M. WASHER Head, Depart mi m of Recreational Leadership U.S.. Carnegie Institute of Technology ; MS . William and Mary School of Social Work. I 16 I i¥o4teteei. £ n Standing: Mrs. Lillian Hebbert, Miss Harriett Cocke, Miss Lucy Wiltshire. Sitting: Mrs. Virgie Chalkley, Mrs. Mary E. Mosby, Miss Phoebe Gregg. [17] I m 11 4m Lazy, aren ' t wet . . . Who wont . . . Hay there! . . . Smile this way, girls . . . If, three . . . Have a light t . . . The mil, was on the crocodil, If hat sunshin, ' . . - ice, eht . . . I pleasure to know . . . It ' s " sno " fun . . . No parking . . . Ind now for some music . . . .1 prisoner oj love Tht pang ' s all here . . . Happy riding . . . Glamoui gals. ■ » I » ■• Hickok House Owt @tcLtee4. ■ • ■ , ■ $u Uo i WanAfiAzfa, Standing: ( Ik u i I mwiii. Mari MuNCE, l. Nelli Cross. Sitting: Alice Andrews, Judith Schapiro, Byrd Bradshaw. f 20 ] 7 e Se U n OFFICERS Sarah Gambrell President Betty Anderson Vice President Francelle Adams (not pictured) Secretary Alice Hurst Treasurer Carey Barbour Student Government Re resent itiv Mrs. Lois Washer Faculty Sponsor 1 ' Senior, FRANCELLE ADAMS 700 Kau ana Road Columbia, South Carolin Bachelor of Fine Arts Prosiript, ' 43, ' 44; Theatre Associates, ' , ' 44; Art Stu- dents ' League, ' 43- ' 45 ; Cotillion Club, ' 43- ' 47; Fine Art Group, ' 45- ' 47, Vice President, ' 46, 47; (ilec Club, ' 45, ' 46; International Relations Club, ' 46, ' 47; House Council, ' +4, 45- " , best inn paint them who shall feel them most. " PATRICIA ALBRIGHT 202 East Luray Avenue Alexandria, Virginia Bachelor of Si ience in Medical Tet linulogy treasurer of Freshman Class, ' 43, ' 44; Athletic Association, ' 43- ' 4 ; Basketball Manager, ' 44. ' 4 s; Hocke] I ' cam, ' 45, ' 46; Athletic Association, Secretary, ' 44, ' 4, — Vice President, ' 45. ' 4 ' ' ; Vice President of Junior Class, ' 45. ' 46; Student Government, Treasurer, ' 44, ' 45 — Secretary, ' 45, ' 46 — Vice President, ' 46, ' 47 ; Boosters ' Club, - fi. " Gentle in manner, strong in performance. " [22] :. Seniou MARY ELIZABETH ANDERSON 1043 East Main Street Warrenton, Virginia Bachelor of Science in Store Service Education Madison College; Cotillion Club, ' 44- ' 46 ; Distributors Club, ' 45, ' 46 — President, ' 45, ' 46 ; Vice President, Senior Class, ' 46, ' 47; House Council, ' 45, ' 46. " Her face betokened all tilings dear and good. " ALICE IDA ARCH 741 27th Street Newport News, Virginia Bachelor of Science in Social Science Madison College; International Relations Club, ' 45, ' 46; Cotillion Club, ' 46, ' 47; Richmond Intercollegiate Council, ' 45, ' 46 ; Wigwam, ' 45- ' 47 — Photographic Staff, ' 45 — As- sistant Editor, ' 46, ' 47. " As merry as the day is long. " [23 ■ . •- e ua%4 CAREY ROGERS BARBOUR Clayton, South Carolina lliu In lor 0 Si it nee in Store St rvice Education Greensboro College; Distributors Club, - ' -j; House Council, ' 46, ' 4.7; Student Government Representative, ' + ,, ' 47- " Virtue is like a rich stone — best plain set. " HANNAH REBECCA Bl NCH 229 West Broad Street Statesville, North Carolina Bat hi hir of Si ient 1 in Business Greensboro College; Cotillion Club, ' 46, ' 47; Art Students ' League, ' 46. " hi quietness and in confidence shall be your strength. " 24] Se Uo i NELL BURNS East Elm Street, Extension Goldsboro, North Carolina Bachelor of Science in Store Service Education Averett College; Distributors Club, ' 45, ' 46; Student Gov- ernment Representative, ' 46; House President, ' 46, ' 47; Honor Council, ' 46, ' 47; Cotillion Club, ' 45- ' 47; Student Government, ' 46, ' 47. " A happy-tempered hringer of the best out of the icorst. " MARY ELIZABETH BYRD Midlothian, Virginia Bachelor of Science in Social Science Cotillion Club, ' 43- ' 47; International Relations Club, ' 43- ' 47 — President, ' 46, ' 47; Richmond Intercollegiate Council, ' 45- ' 47- " The ItanJ that follows intellect can achieve. " [25] • Se U i HELEN WW WYCK CARPENTER 1 02 South Boulevard Richmond. Virginia Bachelor of Sciem e in Social Scit m t Farmville State Teachers College; Literary C ' luh, ' 46, ' 47. " Gentle of speech, beneficient of mind. " IRENE PAGE CARRL ' TH 33 kS North Avenue Richmond, Virginia Bachelor of Fine Arti Art Students ' League, ' 45, ' 44; International Relations Club, ' 4 ' ., ' 47; Cotillion Club, ' 46, ' 47; Theatre Associates, ' 43- ' 47 — Vice President, ' 45, ' 4 ' ); Student Government Repre- sentative, ' 45, ' 4 ' ,. " And grace that won toho saiv in wish her stay. " [26] ' Senaxrd MARTHA JANE COLEMAN 41 Old Mill Road Richmond, Virginia Bachelor of Science in Sociology International Relations Club, ' 43- ' 47; Literary Clnh, ' 4 ' 47 ; Poetry Editor of the Journal, ' 47. " Whose little body lodg ' d a mighty mind. " FRANCES ANN CRUTCHFIELD Post-Office Box 1S22 Roanoke, Virginia Cotillion Club, ' 45- ' 47; Physio Therapy Club, ' 47. " Be always as merry as ever you can. " 127] Se U i4, ELIZABETH NAOMI DAVIS No. 2 Carolina Apartments Wilmington, North Carolina Bachelor of Si i m i m Sot ml Si n net Queens College; International Relations Club, ' 45- - 47; Rirhmntul Intercollegiate Council, ' 45- ' +7 ; Cotillion Club, ' 45, ' 46; House Council, ' 4s, ' 4 ' ' . " Such 11 blue inner light from her eyelids outbroke. " MARY ARLENA DAVIS 808 Dinuiddie Street Portsmoi Tii, Virgin] Bat In l ' ir of Si ii in 1 in Store Servii e Education Art Students ' League, ' 43, ' 44; Distributors Club. ' 45, ' 46 — Vice President, ' 45, ' 46; Proscript, ' 44, ' 45. " Then it garden in her face. " Settioxd, BETTY VANCE DILLON Lexixgtox, North Carolina Bachelor of Science in Social Science University of South Carolina; Prescript, ' 43, ' +4 — Business Manager, ' 44; Boosters ' Club, ' 43, ' 44; Intercollegiate Council, ' 43, ' 44; Cotillion Club, 43- ' 47; Junior Marshall, ' 45, ' 46- " She is always laughing, for she has an indefinite deal of wit " LEE EDWARDS Suffield, Connecticut Bachelor of Science in Store Service Education Mary Baldwin; Cotillion Club, ' 45, ' 46; Distributors Club, ' 45- ' 47; Art Students ' League, ' 45, ' 46. " . •wilderness of sweets. " [29] : atioiA, ANN CAROLYN KLLER Culpeper, Virginia Bat In lor of Science in Ston S, rvit t Education Hollins College; Distributors Club, ' 45-47; Cotillion Club, ' 46, 47- " Whose yesterdays look backwards with a smile. " PATRICIA QUISENBERRY EPPERLY i 2 ( Jarland Avenue R ICH MOND, IRGIMA Bachelor of St Sot ml Si it lit t Athletic Council, ' 43- ' 47 — Secretary, ' 4 - ' 4h; Basketball am, ' 45, ' 46. ' He shall have my heart Ui keep. ' 30] ■ SetUona FRANCES VIRGINIA FARRIER 100 Grove Street Farmville, Virginia Bin In or of Science in Social Science Farmville State Teachers College; Cotillion Club, ' j.$- ' u; Student Government Representative, ' 46, ' 47; House Coun- cil, ! 45- ' 47 — President, ' 46, ' 47. " Joy rises in me like a summer ' s morn. ' 1 SARAH CLINE GAMBRELL Box 522 Lexington, North Carolina Bachelor of Science in Social Science Greensboro College; Cotillion Club, ' 45- ' 47 ; House Coun- cil, ' 46, ' 47; Student Government Association, ' 46, ' 47; President, Senior Class, ' 46, ' 47. " II niv il-c lautjhed as vie laboured together " 31] - - . .■ - SevU u HELEN REBECCA GENT Honaker, Virginia Baihtlor of Science in Store Service Education Mary Washington College; Distributors Club, ' 46, ' 47. " She vmu a phantom of delight. " LUCIE WALLER GILLIAM 2608 Grove Avenue Richmond, Virginia llm helor af Science in Shi nil S u nt 1 Cotillion Club, ' +4- ' 47 ; International Relations Club, ' 44, ' 45- " The in nth minde by gentle deede is knovme. " [32] Setttaid IRENE MINTON GODWIN 1 43 1 Greycourt Avenue Richmond, Virginia Bachelor of Science in Soci il Science " Good to be merie and wise. " SHIRLEY MAE GOLDEN 507 Windsor Avenue Roanoke, Virginia Bachelor of Science in Social Science Roanoke College; Cotillion Club, ' 46, ' 47; Richmond In- tercollegiate Council, ' 46, ' 47. " . heart as soft, a heart as kind, a heart as sound and free . . . . " 33] Se U n SHIRLEY GOLDFARB 53a North 18th Street Richmond, Virgin] Bachelor of Scit m e in Sot ial Si it m Cotillion Club, ' 43- ' 47; International Relations Club, ' 43- ' 47; Prescript, ' 45, ' 46; Richmond Intercollegiate Council, 45- ' 47 — R. P. I. Representative, ' 45, 46 — Program Chair- man, ' 46, ' 47; Student Government Association, ' 46. " A chronicle of actions just and bright — There, all thy deeds. " PATRICIA SAUNDERS GRAVATT Hanover, Virginia Bachelor of Scii nt in Sot ial Science Madison College. " Patience is a heigh vertu certeyn. " [34] , Se U to NORMA JEAN HADDEN Athens, West Virginia Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy West Virginia University; Cotillion Club, ' 45- ' 47; Por- poise Club, ' 45, ' 46; Basketball Team, ' 45, ' 46. " We ' re born to be happy, all of us. " MILDRED DORIS HALE 2513 Irisdale Avenue Richmond, Virginia Bachelor of Arts in Music Orchestra, ' 43- ' 47; Glee Club, ' 43- ' 47; Student Govern- ment, ' 44, ' 45; Accidental Club, ' 45- ' 47. " To make undying music in the world, " [35 1 Se Uo te MARY SYLVIA HERBST HALL Box 419, Route 14 Richmond, Virginia Bachelor of Science in Social Si it m e Mary Washington College; Texas College of Mines and Metallurgy. " Who is Sylvia? That all our sixains commend her. " JULIAN DAROLD HART Dexdron, Virginia Bachelor of Scieni e in Store Service Education " Tin re ' s not iiiio so kingly as kindness, .hit! nothing so royal as truth. " [30] • Smia Ki BETTY BRITT HODGE Severn, North Carolina Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy Cotillion Club, ' ±y ' tf Athletic Association, ' 44- ' +S — Treasurer, ' 44- ' 45 ; Sophomore Class, Treasurer, ' 44- ' 45. " It dors not delight her so much to enter open doors as to have them forced open. " FLORA JEAN HOFFMAN 338 Westwood Road Woodmere, New York Bachelor of Science in Social Science Jersey City State Teachers College; International Relations Club, ' 46; Richmond Intercollegiate Council, ' 46; Literary Club, ' 46, ' 47. " Those eyes the greenest of things blue, The bluest of things green. " [37] • Se U n4, ALICE TIFFEY HURST Heathsville, Virginia Bat In lor of Science in Sot ial St n n i Club, ' 44- ' +7 — Secretary, ' 45- ' 46; St- ninr Class, Treas- urer, ' 46- ' 47. " Mi n call you fayre, and you doe credit it. " JEAN GIBSON JAMES 512 Bancroft Avenue Richmond, Virginia Bat lii lor of Science in Busint ss ' Heard melodies are svaeet. but those unheard are sweeter. ' - Se U n ROBERT SAVAGE JEFFERS Glencoe, Alabama Bachelor of Fine Arts Alabama Polytechnic Institute; Theatre Associates, ' 46, ' 47. " Whose armour is his honest thought Ind simple truth his skill. ' " SHIRLEY ANN JOHNSON 515 13th Street Galveston, Texas Bachelor of Science in Store Service Education University of Tennessee; Distributors Club, ' 43- ' 47; Boost- ers ' Club, ' 44; Cotillion Club, ' 46, ' 47; Theatre Associates, ' 43, ' 44; International Relations Club, ' 46, ' 47. " Beauty carries its dower in its face. " I 39 Se U6i4, FRANCES OWENS JONES 2407 Dumbarton Road Richmond, Virginia lint In lor of Science in Social Si it m 1 " Sweet an- the thoughts tliat savor of content. ' SALLY GWINN KESLER Route 14, Box 60 Richmond, Virginia Bachelor of Fine Arts Literary Club, ' ( - ' ±7 ; Art Editor of Journal, ' - ' 7. " Time wasted is existence, used is life. " [40] • • » V » » « »• ' Sweats NANCY KING 4001 Hanover Avenue Richmond, Virginia Bachelor of Fine Arts in Music Glee Club, ' - ' +7 — President, ' 46- ' 47; Secretary, Fresh- man Class, ' 43- ' +4; Accidental Club, ' 45- ' +7 — President, ' + 6- ' 47. " Her voice was ever soft, gentle, and low. " CAROLYN ESTHER LEBO 4308 Bromley Lane Richmond, Virginia Bachelor of Science in Biological Technology Cotillion Club, ' 43- ' 47| International Relations Club, ' 46, ' 47; Modern Dance Club, ' 43- ' 45; Proscript, ' 43- ' 45 — Page Editor, ' 43, ' 44. " Sweet, fair, wise, kind, blessed, true, Blessed be all these in you. " [41 e u6%4 JEANNE ANN LEVINSON 219 West 16K ' Street Norfolk, Virginia luu helor of Science in Social Si u m 1 Norfolk Division of William and Mar ; Richmond Inter- collegiate Council, R. P. I. Representative, ' 46, ' 47. " She that ii ' as fair and never proud. " ANN PICKRELL McKENNEY 1650 South Sycamore Street Petershurg, Virginia Bai helor of Sciena in Business Virginia Intermont College; Distributors Club, ' 4 . ' 41,; Cotillion Club, ' 46, ' 47. " Nothing can be purchased which is better than a firm friend. " [42 1 Senior ELLEN CALL McVEY Roanoke, Virginia Registered Physical Therapy Technician Rnanoke College; Cotillion Club, ' 46- ' 47; Physio-Therapy Club, ' + 6- ' 4 7. " She ' s pretty to ixalk with, And witty to talk with, And pleasant, too, to think on. " ETHYL LOUISE MERRITT 428 Read Avenue Monessen, Pennsylvania Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy Proscript, ' 43 ; Athletic Association, ' 43- ' 47 — Assistant Bas- ketball Manager, ' 44; Modern Dance Club, ' 43- ' 44; Cotil- lion Club, ' 43- ' 4_7; International Relations Club, ' 46- ' 47 ; House President, ' 47 ; Physio-Therapy Club, ' 47 ; Student Government Association, ' 47; Honor Council, ' 47. " How t reat a tiling it is to have •wisdom. " [43] e u i4, ROSE MINKOFF 1639 Marshall Place Newport News, Virginia Professional Certificate in Fashion Illustration Prescript, Art Editor, ' 43, ' 44; Cotillion Club, ' 43-47; Fine Artv Group, ' 44; House Council, Sophomore Representa- tive, ' 44- - 45 ; Commercial Club, ' 45. " Look to the Rose that biotas about us — " KATHRYN ANN MOORE 1837 West Grace Street Richmond, Virginia Bachelor of Si u m 1 in Stort St rvice Education Distributors Club, ' 44- ' 47 ; Sophomore Class, Secretary, ' 44- ' 45- face with gladness overspread! Soft smiles, by human kindness bred! " [44 1 . SevtiotA, ROSE MARIE MORECOCK R. F. D. 13, Box 308, Broad Street Road Richmond, Virginia Bachelor of Science in Chemical Technology Proscript, ' 43, ' 44; Literary Club, ' 45- ' 47. " A woman ' s fate with Nature ' s own hand [tainted. " MOLLY O ' CONNELL 1 1 16 South Cullom Street Birmingham, Alabama Bachelor of Fine Arts Alabama Polytechnic Institute; Fine Art Group. " Lovely kind, and kindly love. " [45] SevU iA, ALYCE QUINCE PARRISH 212 Screven Street Georgetown, Soi th Carolina Bachelor of Sciena in Stort Service Education Queens College; Art Students ' League, ' 45; Distributors Club, ' +5- ' 4,7; House President, ' 4.6; House Council, ' 44- ' 47; Student Government, ' 44-45 ; Cotillion Club, ' 44- ' +!.. Ity virtue first and then by choice n queen ' ' MIRIAM LAPKIN ROSENBERG 4100 Park Avenue Richmond, Virginia Bachelor of S it m e in Social Si i n Larson Junior College; Cotillion Club, ' 4s- ' 4-; Richmond Intercollegiate Council, ' 45, ' 46. •7 love her for her unit,- . . . tier look . . . her way. " f -in I ' [47] ' • Seacard MARGARET SEXTON 2309 Grove Avenue Richmond, Virginia Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy Student Government, ' 43. " For though he is a wit, he is no fool. " LILLIAN EDWARDS SMITH Post-Office Box No. 12 Amherst, Virginia Bachelor of Science in Physical Education rt Briar Collect; Curls ' Athletic Association, ' 45- ' 47- Manager, Hockey Team, ' 46. " The heaven such grace did lend her. " [48] , e a i4, MARGARET LOUISE SNELL 52 Walbrooke Avenue Staten Isl and, New York Bachelor of Science in Store Service Education Roanoke College; Distributors Club, ' 45-47— Secretary- Treasurer, ' 45, ' 46; Athletic Council, ' 46, ' 47— Vice Presi- dent; Hockey Team, ' 45, ' 46; Basketball Team, ' 45, ' 46; Athletic Board, Dormitory Representative, ' 45, ' 46. " «, she ivas fair as is the rose in May. " ANITA BLANCHE SPIVEY 214 Bedford Place Suffolk, Virginia Bachelor of Science in Social Science Mary Washington College; International Relations Club, ' 46; Student Government, ' 46; House President, ' 46; Cotil- lion Club, ' 45, ' 46. " The fairest (jar den in her looks And in her mind the wisest books. " [49 Setti te VIRGINIA TAYLOR STEPHENSON Garysbirg, North Carolina Bachelor of Fine Arts in Music Louisburg Junior College; Glee Club, ' 45- ' 47; Accidental Club, 45- ' 47 ; House Council, Senior Representative, ' 47. " And singing still dost soar, and soaring ever sing est. " MARY LANGHORNE STEVENS 80 2d Street R VDFORD, VIRGINIA Bachelor of Science in So, in Si it n 1 Radford College; Cotillion Club, ' 44-47 ; Proicript, ' 44, ' 45; Richmond Intercollegiate Council, ' 46, ' 47. " hid yet a spirit still, and brig lit With something of angelic light. " ■ " SetUoM, ELIZABETH STIGALL 3919 Seminary Avenue Richmond, Virginia Bachelor of Science in Medical Technology Wigwam, Advertising Staff, ' 43, ' +4 — Snapshot Editor, ' 44, ' 45 — Assistant Co-Editor, ' 45- ' 46 ; Varsity Hockey Team, ' 43- ' 46 — Captain, ' 45- ' 46 ; Junior Marshall, ' 45- ' 46 ; Tennis Team, ' 44- ' 46 ; Basketball, ' 43- ' 46; Athletic Council, ' 45- ' 46; Student Government, ' 45- ' 46; May Day Chairman, ' 46. " Let us, then, be up and Joint , fTith a heart for any fate. " RUTH FAY SUSSMA N 471 Beverly Road Teaneck, New Jersey Bachelor of Science in Social Science Cotillion Club, ' 43- ' 47; International Relations Club, ' 45- ' 47 — Secretary, ' 46- ' 47 ; Proscript Staff, ' 43-46 — Co-Editor, ' 45- ' 46; Wigwam, ' 46- ' 47 — Feature Editor, ' 47; Literary Magazine, ' 46- ' 47 ; Theatre Associates, 43- ' 44. " And vital feelings of delight Shall rear her form to stately height. " [51] SetuonA, ANN ELIZABETH TALMADGE 816 South Boulevard Petersburg, Virginia Bachelor of Science in Medical Technology " She he fair and wise, fairness and wit, The one ' s for use, the other useth it. " MARGARET EARL THOMAS Route 2, Box 32 Williamsburg, Virginia Bachelor of Science in Store Service Education College of William and Mary; Cotillion Club, ' + : Dis- tributors Club, ' 45- ? 46. ' Much is she worth and even more is made of her. " [52] . Swiaid ANN TUCKER Norlina, North Carolina Athletic Association, ' 45, ' 46; Basketball Team, ' 46. " « truth together do ye seem Like something fashioned in a dream. " DOROTHY TUROCK 1018 Spotswood Avenue Norfolk, Virginia Bachelor of Science in Social Science Norfolk Division of William and Mary; Spanish Club, ' 45- ' 47; Glee Club, ' 45- ' 47 ; House President, ' 45, ' 46; Jun- ior Representative to May Court, ' 46 ; Intercollegiate Council, ' 45- ' 47 ; President, Student Government, ' 46, ' 47. " have accomplished what I teas able to. " [ 53 SetUotA, SARAH ELIZABETH UTZ Madison, Virginia Bachelor of Science in Store Service Education MaiA Baldwin College; Distributors Club, ' 45- ' +7; Cotil- lion Cluh, ' 45- ' 47; House President, ' + - ' +7. " . kind overflow of kindness. " DOROTHY LEE WALDROP Beaverdam, Virginia Bachelor of Scu net in Business Glee Club, ' +6- ' 47; House Council, ' 46- ' 47 ; Vice President of dormitory, ' 46- ' 47. " . smooth and steadfast mind Gentle thoughts and calm desires. " [54 Se Uo 4, ELIZABETH LATANE WALTERS R.F.D. No. i Richmond, Virginia Bachelor of Fine Arts Cotillion Club, ' 44- ' +7 ; Art Students ' League, ' +4- ' 45 ; Fine Art Group, ' y j. " I count myself in nothing else so happy As in a soul remembering my good friends. " LOUISE WHITFIELD 2904 Rugby Road Richmond, Virginia Bachelor of Science in Social Science Literary Club, ' 45- ' +7; International Relations Club, ' 46- ' 47. " High erected thoughts sealed in the heart of courtesy. " [55 ' ' ■ , Seniote, ANNE CHRISTINE WOOTTON Amelia, Virginia Distributors Club, ' -t,- ' i Riding Club, ' 43- ' 44; Cotillion Club, ' 43- ' 47 — Treasurer, ' 44- ' 45 — Vice President and Act- ing President, ' 45- ' 46 — President, ' 46- ' 47. " She ' s beautiful, therefore to be viooed, She ' s a woman, therefore to be won. " SHIRLEY HARRELL PAIR 7 West 3 1 ' -- Street Richmond, Virginia luu hilar of Science in Medical Technology " So soft, so i aim. yet eloquent. " [50] Senear rfcvcvuU, SCHOLARSHIP Martha Jane Coleman Sarah Cline Gambrell Nancy Winifred King Ethyl Louise Merritt [57] Se«Oxi rfwwictL, Patricia Albright Leadership Dorothy Turock Leadership Mildred Hale Mum Sally Kesler Art Nancy I. a I ' m ( hi Art Ruth Jordan Art ( NOT PICTURED) [58] ■ - 7 flunk cmta @fate OFFICERS Judith Schapiro President Harriet Richards Vice President Nancy Duggan Secretary Stella Burson Treasurer Jean Riddle (not pictured) Student Government Representative Mr. Volney Shepard (not pictured) Faculty Sponsor fiu U n4, BETTY ACKER Singers Glen, Virginia JESSE ADDISON, Jr. Smithfield, Virginia FRANCIS C. ALEXANDER Statesville, North Carolina ALICE B. ANDREWS Danville, Virginia JANE ATWOOD Watertown, CoNNEcnci r JESSIE BAGLEY Dll.lTH, MlNNESOl BETTY BARNWELL Burlington, North Carolin JEAN BARTLEY Jacksonville, Florid MOLLY BLALOCK Sanford, North Carolina ALYCE BOOK1R Gladstone, Virginia [60] . ' CMlO l4, BETSY BRIDGEFORTH Richmond, Virginia KAY BUCKLEY Youngtown, Ohio STELLA BURSON Richmond, Virginia CAROL BRACE Hapewell, Georgia HANNAH BROMBERG Newport News, Virginia JANE CAROL BROWN Richmond, Virginia EVELYN BULLARD Maxton, North Carolina NELL BURCH Mountain Park, North Carolina ETHEL CARLETON St. Stephens Church, Virginia MARY CALIGARI Norfolk, Virginia [61] flcaUi UKt tA, a- CLAIRE CLARKE Richmond. Virginia MILDRED CHAPPELLE Richmond, Virginia MIRIAM COLLINS Petersburg, Virginia EDWIN C. COTTEN Cm chatuck, Virginia FLORENCE CRANE Richmond, Virginia MARGARET CUNNINGHAM Bethlehem, Pennsylvania LANELLE CROSS Richmond, Virginia MARJORIE DAVIE Petersburg, Virginia MARILYN DEITZ Miami, Florida MARY ANN DI PIRRO W ' l I. I .1 SI. I 1 . M SS CJU SI TTS t [02] flcau n4, NANCY DUGGAN Allarson, Virginia JANE DUNKUM Dillwyn, Virginia MARY EAMES Providence Forge, Virginia CHRISTINE EDDINS Richmond, Virginia DORIS EHRENCRONA Bridgeport, Connecticut JEAN ELBERSON Mt. Hollyn, New Jersey VIRGINIA ELLIS Richmond, Virginia GRACE EMANUEL Nesquehoning, Pennsylvania BARBARA EVANS Richmond, Virginia WINSTON EVANS Richmond, Virginia [ 63 CIHI 14, Oft BETTIE EWELL Bloxom, Virginia MARGARET ANN FARROW New Market, Virginia ANN FISHBURNE Richmond, Virginia REIDE FITCHETT Cape Charles, Virginia HELEN FRAZIER St. Charles, Virginia JOAN GIBBS Alexandria, Virginia MARJORIE GICHNT.R Chevy Chase, Maryland NORMA GILMER Richmond, Virginia SARA GILMER l.i b non, Virginia CAROLYN GRAVES Li nchburg, Virginia [64 1 . - tyuHtwte MILDRED GRAVES Lynchburg, Virginia MARY JO GIUSTINO Rochester, New York HELEN HANSARD Dominican Republic SARAH HARVILLE Carson, Virginia CONNIE HATKE Richmond, Virginia DOROTHY HEIDER Richmond, Virginia MARGARET HENLEY Manakin, Virginia DONALD HERMES Bradford, Pennsylvania MARTHA HOLLAND Statesville, North Carolina RUTH HOLLAND Olin, North Carolina - flcitUoM, HETTY JEAN HOOVER Chevy Chase, Maryland MARTHA ELAINE HORTON Richmond, Virginia ELIZABETH HOWARD Pulaski, Virginia JOHN HURST Richmond, Virginia SUE HUTZLER Richmond, Virginia LUCY ANNE. JACKSON Amelia, Virginia HARRIET JAQUIERY Waterbury, Connictici I ANN JURGENS Hon Air, Virginia MARGARET KELLY Richmond, Virginia VIRGINIA KELLY (ioi.dsboro. North Carolina [66 1 tyu Uo te BETTY ANN KING Johnson City, Tennessee JANIS KNIGHTON Orange, Virginia NANCY LA TOUCH E Richmond, Virginia GENE LAYNE Richmond, Virginia ANN LEWIS Petersburg, Virginia GWEN LINDSTROM Richmond, Virginia DOROTHY MAPP Exmore, Virginia ROSALIE MARKS Richmond, Virginia MARY MARTIN- SALISBURY, Maryland LOUISE MAWYER Lovingston, Virginia I; ' - [67] flcctUonA, MARJORIE MULLEN Richmond, Virginia ANN NEWBOLD Wilmington - , North Carolin MOLLIE PEARSON Dillwyn, Virginia ELIZABETH PRATT Cleveland, Ohio MARGARET PRENTICE R icine, Wisconsin ROSALIND RETZER Hardin, Illinois JEAN RIDDLE Rocky Mount, North Carolina WILLIAM ROBINSON Richmond, Yircim THELMA SAUNDERS Norfolk, Virginia JUDITH SCHAPIRO Norfolk, Virginia [08] • MARY SUE SEARCY Valdese, North Carolina NANCY SIMRILL York, South Carolina NORMAN SISISKY Richmond, Virginia ANN SMITH Greenville, North Carolina ANNE SULLIVAN Richmond, Virginia SYLVIA THOMPSON Louisville, Kentucky MIRIAM WELLS Canton, North Carolina MARTHA WHELISS Rockingham, North Carolina MARTHA WHITLEY Morehead, North Carolina LORETTA WIDDER Long Island, New York [69] tyu U i4, SARA WILLIAMS Greenville, North Carolina elaim: wise Washington. D. C. IMOGENE COWAN Ki.lerson. Virginia NANCY MILLER Statesville, North Carolina BYRD BRADSHAW Lai rel, Virginia MARGARET STEPHANY Baltimore, M r land 70] ■ 7 e OFFICERS Gladys Watsox President Josephine Miller Vice President Jacquelix Gaixes Secretary Martha Williams Treasurer Ray Doggett Student Government Representative Dr. Howard Davis Faculty Sponsor -. Sofc6 Mt toe DORA AKRAMSON AVALON ANPF.RSON GENE ATKINSON LOTHAINE HARI.OGA ANNE HARI.OW IK IN BEATLEY IRENE BRIIK ' .E ERNESTINE BROOK MAB] I BUTTS MARGARE 1 CARTER VIRGINIA CAI IS( II MARGARET CTRRV ftd LOIS DANK1 I 1 1 IZABI I II DUESBERR DOROTHY DUNN [72] • SCE DICKEN JEAN DIGGS GLORIA DINELLI RAY DOGGETT IRIS ECKSTEIN JOSEPHINE EI.SNER WILLA FAHRBACK JANE FIVEL CHARLOTTE FOWLER LAUREL GARLETTE JANE GARROTT FRANCES GASSER BETTY GERWIN FRANCES GLENN NANCY GLENN [73] fi NA IALIE GOLDSTEIN EMILY GREGORY WILLIAM E. GRUMIAUX KATHERINE HARRISON ELTON HILL ALVIN HOBGOOD Ml RRYLL HUNNICL 1 I ' FLORINE HUNT ANN JACKSON SAKA1I KORNBLAL ' JAMES I I M JENE MacLAUCHLAN I III MALTA CHARLOTl I MA I I III U S SHIR] I- ' Y MICHAEL [74] • MILDRED MULLINS MARY MYERS MARION PYLES MARY RADER REGINA ROSENBLOOM ESTELLE RUDMAN SARAH SADLER NANCY SCHENK BARBARA SEARS LOLA MAE SHIFLETT EARL BARCLAY SHEAKS MARTELE SPORN LESLIE STANBERRV WINSTEAD SWANN NANCY TAYLOR [75] • • • I) FRANCES THOMAS MARY TIMBERLAKE HELEN WALLERSTEIN H ITMIM.E WALTERS GLADYS WATSON MARGARET WILKINSON MARTHA ANNE WILLIAMS PA I RICIA WOOD MAK WOOTEN RENA WRIGHT JUNE YCHASE VIRGINIA Ml 1(111 I I 1 I SUE GROSNER J AN IE I ' AIL M I SELLERS [70] 74e OFFICERS Katherine Shane President Jack Birch ead Vice President Robin Simons Secretary Nancy Brvce Treasurer Dorothy Hatke Student Government Representative Dr. Margaret Johnson Faculty Sponsor • QftP ?ie4£me t ANN AIKEN FLORENCE ATHEY Ml I. VI A ATT A BERNICE BAKER IRVING BAKER MILDRED BAKER RICHARD BALASH MARY B. BARNES JAMES A. BEA1.E CATHERINE BLATT CONSTANCE BOSHER WALTER BOWLES I N1 I BOYKIN JOYCE BROCKWELL JANE BROOKS ARI ' IM ' R R. BROWN k. I H KN N BROWN WILLIAM BUCKLEY JOSEPH J. BURROUGHS MARY CATHERINE CALVERT PAUL CHRISTIANSEN DONALD 0. COLLINS RATI II RINK CONNAUGHTON S LAM. I . 11. COVING TON (A N I IIIA CROCKETT RICHARD H. CROSS MARY CROWDER MARVIN CCLBRETH [78] ?ne 6ma€ ALICE DARHANIAN SUE DIXON MARILYN DOWNES EUGENIA DRAPER SARAH DRAUGHON BARBARA DUNN OSCAR EDMONDSON GEORGE EDWARDS MILDRED ELLIS GARLAND E. EVERS JANETH LEE FAISON ANN FARIS ANNIE LAURIE FARRAR PHYLLIS FEINMAN RUTH FENNE AUDREY FLOOD WILLIAM A. FONTAINE SARAH FOSTER WILLIAM FOUNTAIN CORNELIA FRANCIS JOSEPHINE FREEMAN HELEN FRIEDMAN DORIS GEMMILL WILLIAM H. GODWIN, Jr. ALBERT GOLDSTEIN BARBARA GOODMAN DAVID GROSSMAN NATHANIEL HASKINS 79] 1 9 ?%e 6 Ke t CECIL HAYNIE ADNEY HEBROOK JOSEPH HENDRICKS GEORGE G. HERBERT NANCY HESTERLY ROBERT L. HICKS HELEN HOUSE ANNA HUDSON MATTIE JIN KINS WILLIAM C. JONES IDA KAUFMAN BARBARA KELLY SUE KERPELMAN SHIRLEY LEV1NSON MORRIS LAW DORIS l.AYNT MADGE LYON PATRICIA MABIE JOYCE MAYO WILLIAM M. MEYERS murray michael joyce missimer bettie moore robert McCarthy LOUISE ANN NA1CI 1 I CHARLOTTE NATHAN Mil VIN B. NUNNA1 I KATHERINE O ' BRIEN [80] • ?ne 6 pte t FOREST PARKER HORACE PAUL REBECCA PEEBLES ROSE PELL SO NORMA PERDUE RAIFORD PORTER RICHARD POWELL NELSON K. REID MARY JO REYNOLDS JEAN ROBINSON JOYCE ROBINSON ROBERT L. ROGERS FRED ROSCHER, Jr. VIRGINIA ROSE HENRY L. ROVVE MARIAN RAWLINGS NANCY SATTERWHITE ALFRED SEAY KATHERINE SHANE CHRISTINE SHEPHERD MARY SHOLZ NORMAN SHERMAN NANCY ROBIN SIMONS JOYCE SNELL ALBERT W. SMITH, Jr. MARTHA SMITH STUART H. SMITH RUSH STANCIL ' 3 1 £ [81] f ie4,6Mte t ANNE 1. STANLEY EUGENE P. SUTTLER CAROLYN TALI I J A. E. TATE, Jr. JUAN] IA TAYLOR BURTON UNGER JACQUELYN VIAL PATRICIA WACHTEL MAR ELLEN VVAL1 II. l I HENRY L. WATKINS LOUISE WASHBURN STANLEY WAR. WCII PHYLLIS WILDER JOHN WILKINSON MARY WILLIAMS FRANCES WIN ' I BRINII R JOAN VVYMBS II AN ZICKRICK Founders ' Hall Oovi rfctivitiei. : ■ • . . . Student fiovermmeKt Dorothy Turock Presidt ni Stanley W ut vnch Men ' s Representative to the Count il Dr. Margaret L. Johnson Sponsor [84] £22 7 e Student @ouacit Pat Albright Vice President Byrd Bradshaw Secretary Lola Mae Shiflet Treasurer The Student Council is the organization which assures democratic methods on the campus. It serves in administrative, judicial, and legislative capacities. The member- ship of the Council consists of representatives from each class, each organization, and each dormitory. Membership of the Student Government Association includes every student in the school. [85] ' • ■ • • 74e Stag Elaine Wise Editor-in-Chief Dr. Margaret I.. Johnson Sponsor EDITORIAL STAFF Ruth Sussman, Feature Editot Anne Sullivan Jean Bartley Charlotte Matthi ws Raiford Porter, Art Editor Mary Caligari, Photo Editor Si xi: Thornton Gloria Dinelli Grace Emant el I B6 | ■ t947 TViywam Alice Arch Assistant Editor Florine Hunt Business Manager BUSINESS STAFF Jean Riddle and Rena Wright, Co- Advertising Editors Raiford Porter Loretta Widder [87 7 e io4ctifct The Proscript is the RPI newspaper. It brings campus events and activities to the students. The editorship for the fall was under Virginia Calisch with page editors Barbara Byrne, Emily Ann Rice, Robert Hall, and Frances Stringfellow. The spring staff was headed by Barbara Byrne with Audrey Xunn, Joy Dunbaugh, Robert Hall, and Frances Stringfellow as page editors. Both groups were under the guidance oi Mr. Roland B. Smith. 188 1 • 7 e In every large group of people there are those who desire to express themselves in a literary manner, and those who wish to know more of literature and its prominent figures. The Literary Club was organized for these people under the leadership of Anne Sullivan and the guidance of Dr. S. J. McCoy. 7%e tyounaal To encourage the expression of imagina- tion and opinion on all subjects, the Liter- ary Club has sponsored The Journal. Any student in the school has an equal oppor- tunity to see his work in the magazine. Winston Evans is the Editor-in-Chief. [89] otcMio t gltd Betty Amu m Student Governmt ni Representative K 1 BuCKLEl ' ice President Mrs. M r i Ch ilkley Sponsor Anni W n ' v sident Jean Elberson r a5un r Jodie Miller [90] • The Commercial Art Club of the Art Students ' League meets the third Thursday evening of each month to discuss art and to hear outside speakers. Nancy La Touche President Jean Elberson Vice President AvALON Anderson Secretary-Treasurer Mrs. Hazel Mundy Sponsor [91] • • . The Curls ' Glee Club meets bi-weekly under the direction of Mr. Charles Vil- liams. I he group has made radio appearances and has given concerts. Nancy King serves as president with Miss Virginia Holden, accompanist and Ethyl Carleton, librarian. rfectdented @tu Now in its second year ol activities the Accidental Club is open to all Music majors to provide a musical and social mulct tor thoxe students anc King presides over the club, and Air. Charles Craig is the sponsor. [92] • ' Dcttndctto ' te (?£cd The Distributors Club provides social contacts among its members. It contributes to their professional growth by providing speakers from the fields of retailing and teaching. This year it will affiliate with the national organization. The R. P. I. branch of the Canterbury Club, a national fellowship affiliated with the Episcopal Church, was organized in December, 1946. It includes thirty members, and with the Reverend Alexander D. Juhan as advisor, the club is creating much greater interest in religious life for both dormitory and day students. [93 - - - • » ' ' ' ' ' ' ■ ' • . , - Intenio Dec natl ty (?lu The membership of this group is composed of Interior Decorating majors. I he club was formed in [946 to promote social activities among the students and to give constructive programs in the field of Decorating. Mildred Graves Prt ridt m Bob Harris Vice President Mildred Chappelle Secretary Warren Feldman Treasurer M ry Caligar] Studt ni Government Representative ' Hay Fever " bv Noel Coward 7 eafoe rfteoctatet The Theatre Associates is an organization composed of dramatic art majors and other persons who, by creative effort, have a vital interest in the theatre. THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Carolyn Graves President Robert Watkins Vice President Margaret Walter Secretary Joan Wallerstein Treasurer Morris Law Associate Imocexe Cowan Student Government Representative Mr. Raymond Hodges Director The 1946-47 season included productions of " Winterset, " " Hay Fever, " " The Night of January 16th, " and " The Man Who Came to Dinner. " Each Thursday evening in their studio the Theatre Associates have presented an outstanding one-act play. These productions have been designed and staged by upperclassmen without faculty supervision. This year, for the first time, the Theatre Associates offered a scholarship to summer stock, awarded on the basis of acting promise. William Buckley is the recipient of the 1947 award. [ 95 oat Ztt zti(M The " Lost Battalion. " K. P. I. veterans ' club, was organized last October. Joseph Hendrick was elected president the lirst semester and larl Wood the second. Mr. Eugene W. Wright is the News Advisor. The group was represented in C ' liicago last December to form a National Students Organization. )ett M€lti M t eUtioK @( d To maintain interest in international affairs and to promote understanding among peoples of the earth are the primary principles of the International Relations Clubs the world over. The R. P. I. group sponsors speakers and discussion groups to enlighten its members. MARY Byrd President Anne Sullivan Vice President Ruth Sussman Secretary Jesse Addison, Jr Treasurer Judy ScHAPIRO Student Government Representative Dr. Howard Davis Faculty Advisor [97] Happy birthday . . . What are you looking att . . . Stairway alamoui . . . Not loo far annoy . . . Interesting talk . . . Look « Spotty . . . Falling for someone . . . Just relaxing . . . We like that mirror . . . Where ' d . ■ jo . ' . . . Lucky curiurnman . . . " Modern " dancer . . . Bangs for all . . . Musician ' s hideaway . . . Of tit, canine crowd . . . Nonchalant, aren ' t wet ... « oLI cow hand . . . Smile, smile, smile. Capitol guests . . . Just leaving . . . You know, Mrs. Gordon . . . This southern climate . . . Smiling through . . . Strolling through the park day . . . Mm, athletic ' . . . Roommates ' . . . Cutting the rug . . . Posing . . . Funny, wasn ' t it? . . . For me? . . . We ' re havin ' a swell time Mostly together . . . Can we eome too? . . . the blue-jean crowd . . . Not a " lost week-end, ' ' was it? . . . Perfect picnic . . . Lucky Bob. Surrounded . . . Thai profile is so nice . . . Toddy . . . One of the eoeds . . . Music for us all . . . Walkin and talkinf . . . Oh, Mr. SAefard Can you see us . . . Class of ' 66 . . , Paused to pose . . . The Budding bench . . . To the Id. building . . . The shadows know . . . Studying That spar Hi mj smile. ■ Dean ' s House Oun, rft letiet- tfaU ' rftAletic (faceted Gene Layne Presidi nt Margaret Sneli Vice Pri sidt nt Nancy Duggan Secretary Alice Andrews Treasurer Martha Winston Historian Frances Allen Freshman Class Representative Katherine Tarter Sophomore Class Representative ( li i Layne Junior Class Representative Margaret Sneli Senior Class Representative Connie Hatke Student Government Representative 102] " i¥oc6ett ?eam With three wins, two defeats, and one tie, R. P. I. ' s Field Hockey season closed with a trip to Sweet Briar College where the Virginia Field Hockey Tournament was held. The tie with the Richmond Hockey Club, composed of Physical Education teachers, was the season ' s highlight. Miss Frances English coached the team, while Frances Allen captained it. McGuire Hospital, Presbyterian Training Seminary, Norfolk Division, the Rich- mond Basketball Club, William and Mary, and the Medical College fell before the R. P. I. basketball team. These seven wins against four defeats illustrate a fine team coached by Miss Florence English and captained by Gene Layne. [103 SuKmmivtfy Though oft " to a late start the Porpoise Club had a good but short season. On Tuesdays and Thursdays the members swim in the Mosque pool. Meets were scheduled with Norfolk and William and Mary. This group presented a Dance Pageant at Thomas Jefferson auditorium tracing dancing from its earliest beginnings to its present forms. From drums beating out the primitive rhythms and the abandoning of folk dancing to more subtle forms of ballet and of social dancing, the pageant closed with the expressive dance of the moderns. [104] THenA rft letic rfteoci tion The aims of the Men ' s A. A. are to promote sports in R. P. I. and to give dances and recreational entertainment. All teams organized are under the juris- diction of the Council. Every man in the school is a charter member of the A. A., and this ten-man council represents them. Rod McKenzie President Dave Shobe ' ice President Jimmy Belcher Secretary John MuNCE Treasurer Bob Hall Publicity Manager Mr. Schafer Faculty Advisor [105] (fye deacUnA, Mary McCraw Xelsox Nancy Elliott Si wy Gilmer The I?ifi ( rreen compiled a record of four wins and nine losses in their first intercollegiate venture on a full-time scale in R. P. I. ' s history. The team was coached by Dick Wiltshire, am! John Munce acted as manager with Rod McKenzie, the captain. r toe i • Library Cun ' peatunet- O z o o u 1R. P. ?. THid-TViHt u ' Kitty a td 2.uew o£ ' ffye nti. BOB JEFFERS and SHAN JOHNSON Tftcuf fZuew QUINCE PARRISH TK ty owit Standing: Helen Jean Keeling, Jacqueline Gaines, Barbara Weiss, Martha Williams, By rd Br adshaiu. Seated: Margaret Snell, Dorothy Turoek, Lillian Smith. Not Pictured : Nancy Bruce. e uo 4U Did Most for the School Dorothy Ti rock Prettiest Girli Margaret Sn i li Ol [NCI P KR1SII Most Handsomi Boy Hon [effers Most Intellectual Martha Jam. Coi I M VN %«M «t Jame Best All- ' Round Sarah Gamrrell Wittiest Alice Arch Norma " Hap " Hadden Most Athletic Pat Albright B a S S S O A ■ — - S f : - 2$h h -S - £ E c Viola: Ai s ( ' . Stewa Director of W Mary Orchi Dr. Ai Mil L D kki ii. Joaciii Cello : III I 1 s Briesmei Lois I ' rkssi.kr June Noi n III S 1 1 K I ' l KIHI Dr. 1 . B. I ' m i Hon (.ii i nun Dr. II. K. I ' mm -- £t I 3 £ - 05 .w .- - - - ,5 o e J C SqqwZhAO S I E 1 1 s Succew i¥cLfr{U te4 tfad j£udc eKun l The Wigwam Staff " CHICKEN in the ROUGH " 90c y 2 FRIED CHICKEN — SERVED UNJOINTED WITHOUT SILVERWARE Every Bill a Tender Delight 5124 West Broad Street Dial 5-8987 Wakefield Grill Students MAKE THE BOOK STORE YOUR HEADQUARTERS FOR RECREATION SUPPLIES AND FOOD We (ire at your service always R. P. I. Book Store [ 116 • FRANK A. BLILEY FUNERAL HOME 217 WEST GRACE STREET Dial 3-2761 Frank A. Bliley Joseph M. 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Home Office: Richmond, Virginia " Virginia Pioneer and Leading Hospitalization Company " 119 ] E. J. GASSER COMPANY Engravers — Printers Dial 3-2910 13 East Main Street Richmond 19, Virginia CHELF ' S DRUG COMPANY 840 West Grace Street Richmond, Virginia For Your Prescriptions Drugs, Cosmetics Magazines, Confections etc. Dial 5-1716 and 5-1717 ETON INN Dial 5-9593 938 West Grace Street Richmond, Virginia I 120] • THE GLIDDEN COMPANY Artist ' s Supplies 109 East Grace Street Richmond 19, Virginia Compliments of AHERN AND CARPENTER INCORPORATED Compliments of the SENIOR CLASS Compliments of THE TUCKER HOSPITAL, INC. Phone 3-7242 VENUS RESTAURANT specializing in Sea Foods, Steaks and Chops Try Our De Luxe Sunday Dinner 201 West Grace Street Richmond, Virginia [121] - THE ORANGE CAR Tree-Ripened Frui 241 Hull Street Comer Second and Cary Street NOLDE BREAD The Freshest Thing in Town How to be Happy . . . 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