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ESKRIDGE .n cn if cn ' cn an nc: , cn cn cm cv: Io cm cm Iwxxfv L L I XY-. . I 1 I JRR I MIIARIJ 5 IT H E I B U C. L E I I 9 L 6 V we ,IW I . f I " WEN f W X Y Li I 1 I JR - OW v R 5 ' ,I The Administrative Qrganization ofthe College X . . I I X The Board of Visitors Q X il . XX N - I 'Q OFFICERS X X X I ,...,.......Rector NX I ' ........... Secretary ll ii Q Q fa THE BOARD Y Q . X .,......,..,....,..............., ..,..... M idlothian. Chesterfxeld county A T Q T. GILBERT WOOD ........ ..................................... R Oanoke County A , 1 ...,,,., Burke'S Garden, Tazewell County L X' I P X .............. Gloucester. Gloucester County . N I 5 I . N FRANK S. WALKER ......... .......... V Voodberry Forest, Orange County I Sf' X I ...........,..,..,..,.,....,,,,.e..... Roanoke County 1 i K ii . . ........ ......... P uiaski ciw i i 1 E. H. WRIGHT, JR. .,.....t......A................................................... ........ N Orfolk City 'I ' 9 HARRIS HART, Superintendent of Public Instruction .................,....,......,......,,.....,...... Richmond City l X ' W. W'. SPROUL, President of the Board of Agriculture and Imnzigratioiz CEN-Officioj, ff , Staunton City 1 uf A ' I Division of Academic Science 'I vI JULIAN ASHBY BURRUSS, B.S., A.M., PH.D., President I K JOHN EDWARD WILLIAMS, M.A., PH.D., LL.D., Professor 0fl11llff1EH1l1f'iCS,' Dean of thc College X 1 Q THEODORIC PRYOR CAMPBELL, A.M., LL.D., Professor of Modern Languages I X' li CAROL MONTGOMERY' IQENVMAN, PH.D., Professor of English N Q' i WILLIAM EDWARD BARLOVK' M.A.. PH.D. Professor of Uetallurgs and Metallographg ROY JAY HOLDEN B S PH D P1 ofesson of Geologs JOHN WILBUR WATSON M A Professor of Chemzstry WILLIAM MAYO BRODIE M E A M Professor of Alathematzcs FRANK LEIGH ROBESON M E A M PH D Professor of Physzcs WILLIAM ANDREW BRUMFIELD M D Professor of Hggteue Health Ojtcez MARION CLIFFORD HARRISON M A PH D P1 ofcssoz of Englzsh Societal v of the Faculty THEODORE WILLIS KNOTE A B M RS P1 ofessor of Business 11dmmzstratzon HORATIO SEYMOUR STAHL M S P1 ofessor of Botany . HARRY GUDHEIM E E Associate P1 ofessot of Mathematics X JAMES BURLEIGH LUCAS M S Assocmte Pt ofessor of Chemzstzy I I JAMES DUFF B A Asszstant Professor of Engltsh T W HATCHER ME M S -Isszstaut Professor of Mathemams FREDERICR SHIRLEY GLASSETT B S flsszstant Professor of Mathematics ANEURIN VARR MORRIS B S Asszstant P1 ofessor of Mathematzcs .I, 7 'P' f ' 700141 Tpefffgi R IQ "' Q f lb .I I H 0470 . of gt??Af2I""'PX 4300! ,f 1 Q I, . I I I I I ,, Q I , . ., .X ., X' " X X -' X V X' I . .v - 'J ' X i X I , . ., . ., I - J A I Q , . ., . . ., ' ' I I ' X V N , I I, I' ' Q I' O f , I -I 7 ' ' 7 F Q X . . A X I , X , . ., I I ' X ' I I Y Q , . ., j I I X , F J It HENRY CARLTON AHALT, B.S., Assistant Professor of Mathematics , gy if ' I ' . . . I 7 I i A I ' J U Q ' , . . ' i Aim! N f ' I A i I :I 5 23 A ,Stl Q 121'-.f A Y V It N I I 'f' . f A ' " f - A - ., ' 5 , "D f Z7 f J if " ' I . ' O - ,Q ' P if- J ' "-- ' I, f fff ' , ' . 1 U - , I . I ' X - 4 A - U - - , , ' ' A , 1 ' ' S em-zwmwlfl ' A -.,,., 1 I I P W PP- P V fix' "1T1,Q' ' I TP' Y 'YI LJ : L-3 J 'lr T 171 E CD' f L wi I ., ,. .N ,L W., ,, ,LY M YQ W I ,- ga .19 ii ,M gl A 3 9 5 R "W I VPPPPPPZW'' Q.LTI?Qii9?'-'TLT 5: i 4441! HAROLD GLENN CUTRIGHT, :X.B., Assistant Professor of Economics 5' iffjcji MARION BUFORD BLAIR, Assistant Professor of Plzysical Education jf! 1 CALVERT H. JENKINS., .-LB., Assistant Professor of History il ,gif W' RAY D. XYALSTON, Assistant Professor of Industrial Education W i lt' it Division of Engineering il it ly' II, JULIAN :XSHBY BURRUSSI, BS., I-LM., PH.D., President t SAMUEL REYNOLDS PRITCHARD, AEM., Professor of Electrical Engineering, Dean of the School 5 M ,J 'I of Engineering I I' XVILLIAM GEORGE CONNER, M.E., Professor of Mechanic Arts , ltd XVILLIAM :HENRY RASCHE, Professor of Meclianisnz and Descriptive Geometry ' Q JOHN SAMUEL ADOLPIIUS JOHNSON, Professor of Applied Mechanics and Experiiizeiztal E Engineering, Director of tlze Engineering Esfperinient Station OTTO CORNELIUS BURKHART, E.M., CE., Professor of Mining Engineering ,I ROBEIQT BURNS HAXLDANE BEGG, CE., Professor of Civil Engineering , ,ff CLAUDIUS LEE. M.S., Professor of Electrical Engineering LOUIS O'SHAL7GHNESSY,, CE.. MA., PH.D., Professor of Applied lllatlzeniatics thi 'I XVELDON THOMPSON ELLIS, M.E., Professor of Power Engineering and Machine Design, Superintendent of tlie Power Plant LEON PAUL EDNX'ARDS, C.E,. Associate Professor of Civil Engineering :I 'K tl' up ,Q in P , WILLIALI NEWTON CUNNINGHAM, Assistant Professor of Mechanic Arts It X JOHN ROLFE CASTLEMAN, C.E., Assistant Professor of Engineering Drawing tv! 3, BRUCE GREENSHIELDS, B.S., Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering 1' I ' jj 1 JAMES BERNARD JONES, M.E., MS., Assistant Professor of Experiiizeiztal Engineering I r Al Division of Agriculture Q gi il ' JULIAN IXSHBY' BURRUSS, BS., .-LM., PHD.. President HARVEY LEE PRICE, M.S., Horticulturist, Agricultural E.l'f07'Z-lllCl1i Station, Professor of Horticztltureg Dean of the Scliool of Agriculture iiirfj 3 WALTER BEAL ELLETT, M.S., PH.D., Clzeiuist, Agricultural E.1'jierin1ent Station,' Professor of l Agricultural Clzenzistry Q 3 VVILLIAM JAY SCHOENE, lll.S., State Entouzologist, Agricultural Erperinient Stationg Pro- tgfhifgil fessor of Economic Entomology V W THOMAS BARHSDALE HUTCHESONI, M.S., M.S.A., Professor of -'igl'0Jl0H1-y,' Agrononzist, Agri- ffm., ,Q cultural Effverinient Station ,J FRED DENTON FROAIMEV, B.S., PH.D., Professor of Botany and Plant Patlzologyg Plant Pathol- tiff?-' I ogist and Bacteriologist, Agricultural Experiinent Station iii ', ALFRED WASHINGTON DRINKARD, JR., M.S., PH.D., Director of the Agricultural Ensperinient Uri? Station i-VA JOHN REDD HUTCHESON, MS., Director of Extension Division. ij gtpi' CHARLES XVILLIAM HOLDAWAY, M.S., Professor of Dairy Husbandryj Dairy Husbanduzan, ii' viii Agricultural Experiinent Station . ,Pi RALPH EDWARD HUNT, B.S.A., Professor of Animal Husbandry R YVILLIAM BENJAMIN COGGIN, A.M., Professor of Education N CHARLES EDWARD SEITZ, Agricultural Engineer, Extension Diz'ision,' Professor of Agricultural . ,I Engineeriugj Agricultural Engineer, Agricultural Experinient Station. g , .39 THOMAS KENNERLX' WVOLFE, M.S., PHD., Professor of Agronomy, Associate Agronomist, iiiffll Agricultural E.1'periinent Station ' IRL DONAKER VVILSON, M.S., D.V.M., Professor of Veterinary Science, College Veterinarian ,1 fr, ARTHUR BALLARD MASSEX', B.S., Associate Professor of Plant Pathology and Bacteriology 1 t 1 ' li ,L-ll?ii. "W .f",4"'i- P' ' ,.- ,ff-4-S fi, fifffi - ' fe- 1. A 'QQ 'iir ' fi .l2iPiNkfS:',fiffjj 2 - 3 ' "" ,"1y31f1,rF43Q:g 35 gifjgslgt -ljixfjlilf. f EFT-'i71srgw"11ff'2'1Tf2,N,1xb5'f?517f XL AXJ-?s.Ic-ggi, at A qD,b,g,,s.v,, R I-!,,, "gli-f"'P' :I v ,I ,I -4 ' IC iq!! ' :STS STN- 'AU JS ' 'T H E I B L CI L E ' 1 9 1 .6 F 'H f 1 I 1' Ag,-g.cA.LAL-Z..LL12.f,Li4g.Qf . ' ' - '--, -f If. -1.- . C -..ef -- 1. -Ml ,,,, ,L-1-Tun: W?-S-,...f1-i W Q I I ' fit PPQM F X E il Qin ,l b EDMUND C. MAGILL, B.S., MLS., Professor of AgricultIural Edncation Qi fi 4 FRANK AUSTIN BUCHANAN, B.S., Dairy Husbandinan, Extension Diztisiong Associate Pro-' 1,1 fessor of Dairy Husbandry Ei 6.15 ,I ll L CLIFFORD CURTIS TAYLOR, B.S., M.S., Associate Professor of Agricultural Econornicsg Special- if ' 'l lx ' N L ist in Marketing, E.rtension Division fl ' QI xl ' FREDERICK ALLEN MOTZ, B.S., Horticnlturist, Agricultural Extension DiIfision,' Associate ll . Professor of Pomology I i " LEANDER BURTON DIETRICH, B.S.. Assistant Professor of Horticulture Q31 EGTA 1. A I I' I:?1jA:1n i f 5 Division Of M1htary Science and Tactics fjliffff ' r Q, 1 '41, I I lx WILLIAM R. NICHOLS, MAJOR, C. A. C., U. S. A., Professor lllilitary Science and Tacticsg ' . ' A 5 Conirnandant of Cadets ' 7 WILLIS M. CHAPIN, CAPTAIN, C. A. C., U. S. A., Assistant Professor Military Sciencc and '13 " 3 ' Tactics and Assistant Connnandant of Cadets Sl ' i ROBERT C. MACON, CAPTAIN INFANTRY, U. S. A., Assistant Professor Military Science and ,Vjxfj 1 ' l. Tactics and Assistant Coniznandant of Cadets if-3 'I L' ' A HAROLD P. DETWILER4, CAPTAIN, C. A. C., U. S. A., Assistant Professor Military Science and fI il i s Tactics and Assistant Corninandant of Cadets i H ' ' EDWVARD J. MALONEY, CAPTAIN INFANTRY, U. S. A., Assistant Professor Military Science and 5 ' W Tactics and Assistant Conunandant of Cadets 'I X35 1 O J.. 1 f ' y IPS J ' mf: I I Y N L 1 , X L, 1 iiixxq' Q I , I , liwkjiil U fiicgll ULN! s, iw 5 0 5" gl: R Sf I I A I I Y, 5 N i I 1 A " Y , .1 1 A P 1 "E, S A U ill: XX! , Sli! Q il .Ali :li .fix N . 5'gxff:I E li?vXiii n i I T- , .iuil - ?l:IQ4.. ' x lgflfx if I ' , 25 .' : Wijai, Q ., It Fifi T - is , . if "-- " . ' 'if-' ,F "' .f - . I 9 , X - uf K rl. , I V- Mk A . A 1 4-1. 'v Y 'I I-17 ' VJ A - Y f "-. ' F' 0 -- -' ' M' ' . '- ., V ' ' Q , 5 ' F N ,AI I " ' 5 4 -A A - - 'A ' age.. In ff I 0 JOSEPH J. TWITTY, FIRST LIEUTENANT, C. OF E.. U. S. A., Assistant Professor of Military ng. ,. .Science and Tactics and Assistant Conzniandant of Cadets UTY.: 'X ' THOMAS R. AARON FIRST LIEUTENANT INFANTRY U. S. A. Assistant Professor Military -' 1 1 Science and Tactics and Assistant Cornniandaat of Cadets .. . ALBERT N. TANRER, FIRST LIEUTENANT C. OF E. U. S. A.. Assistant Professor of Military I Science and Tactics and Assistant Colninandant of Cadets XS! I ALEXANDER R. MACMILLANI, FIRST LIEUTENANT, C. A. C. U. S. A. Assistant Professor of Military Science and Tactics and Assistant Coniniandaizt of Cadets ,, The Inirmary f . WILLIAM ANDREW BRUMFIELD, M.D. ....................................... ............... . ..Healtl1 Officer W MVILLIAM FRANK HENDERSOL M.D. ...... ......... C on-snlting Physician I , I ANNA GUERIN HANNAS ..................... .............. S I1Il,beri11tindcnt ' . ELIZABETH LOUISE HAEFELI .. .... ......... P rofessional Nurse i JOHN HENRY MORAN ........... ........ S indent Qlssistant 5 f W X, Vo x. -c 2' It v Tfixzi '?9Wfaeefeeeza11V0'If"" 5, 3111 Memoriam Er. 21. 33. MrBrpDc 3lBieD ifulp 2, 1925 1BrDfe55Dr 21. QR. ibarrntt 1BieD Qzptember 7, 1925 Sergeant 61011. 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MICIIAEI. , 'Q . A I l'Csid:,z11 NY. XY. BURKE ViL'l"l'I't'8itIL'1lf E. F. HVNT TI'rr1xI1r4'I' ui J. lull PHY Qflicers .N':r'l'1 M,- ,, Semor A. IIIIIIP SUV,-rl!-.l VIH NIIQQ XI -XRIIYITA SPIGGLE 51111114501 A3 x 5 X f ' IQ . an cm co cn cn co an an cn cn an cn an -- ' ' 5' , 1 , 4 .1 iff 1,-'TI-IE'BUGLE'192.6' -. N 'ig LWJSIN , " A 1 4 ' , , f . v i ' ' J 4 1 , A I 4 , , ' . Index to Semors , - 9 . . Z ACOCK, G. W ,.................,...................,.,.,.,..,.... . 44 LITTON, K, E ,,.A,,, v,,,.,,,,, .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,--,,,--,,---.- 1 0 2 ' Bunny, J. .,...............................,............,........ 150 LUCAS, R. L .................,....,,...,, ,,,,,..,,,,,,,,,,.,,,, 1 76 . BARR, I-I. S .........,...,., . ......,.............,.,A....,.,....... gg 1xfiCgLOUD,gQ. B ......................,,,,,A.,,A..,,,,, ,,,,,,,, 6 8 I . B... E. L ..................................... ..... ....... 1 A C Hmm. . W .....,,...,...,.. , ........,., . .........,.....,. 103 , H. B ..Y..........................V..w ......-.,..... S 0 METCALF. E. T ...,........,..............,.....,... .......... 1 42 ' gum, E, A ,A,,,,,,,,A,,,,,,,,,,.,,,....,..,..,, .................. -1 5 MICHAEL, R. D ........,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, 5 2 I BUNIjUR,XNT, K. W. ...................Y...... ...........--- 6 1 MILLER, M. P .......,,,...,.... ........... , .... . ,,.,,.,,.,,,,. 1 52 ' BROQKIXG, 'J, RI, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,. .,.,,................... 1 66 IWIILLER, RI. I. .,.,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.-,, 8 9 mx' ' BURKE, W. W ....................w .. .............. ......-.,... S 1 MILLHISER, C. ............,,..............,..............,.. 129 BURRQW, R, C ,,,.,,,...,....,,,.............. ...5.,.,.,..---.. 1 67 MITCHELL, R. T ...................,.,.,,,,...,,,.,,. ,1,,,,4, 1 O4 d CARSON, M, E ,,,..,........ . ........,..,......,..... .......... 1 MOHLER, F. ............,.......,.,......,.,...,.,. ,,...,,....,, 6 9 4 C -,'w, T .,,,,,,,,.,,,...,,,...... ..........,..... .......... - B loom, D. Y .......... , ....,,.,1.,,.,.,,,,,..,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, 105 1 Cgillfnlf., G. W. ....,...,..................... ...............-.. 6 2 M00K. D. EL. .,...... .......................................... . . 186 9 ' CORRELL, W, gg ,,,,,,,4,,,,,,,,.,..... : ....................... 113001113 Sh Eg ....,11.., ,.,,.,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,4.4,,,,,,,,,, 1 C S . s, M. ............................... ...-....--.-,--- ' ORRIS, . ...........,.................................... . ' 03213, C .,.,,.,,,,,,,.,,,,,.,,,. ,....... .,...... ............... . . 1 21 Moss, J. JW ..,.......,,.....,.,.. .,,....,,,,,.,,,,.,.,,,,,.,,,,, 5 1 D,,N'.g-R W, F, ,.,,,,.,.,,,............... .......... ........... 1 6 S Musa-om, A. Q ......,...,,,...,....,,..,.,,....,,-,.,,.,.,,,,,. 41 DARLIQG, P, R ,,,,.,,...,.,,...,... ....................... . .--- 1 69 NICHOL, J. BI. D .......,..............,...,,.,.....,,...,..,, 188 ' ' DRUS, E. A., JR .......................... ........-......,-- - 123 EISSINEIE if E ................................. ............ 1 43 X D E. A, ...................... ............,.--..---'--- ----- 0 E LL, . ............................ ........ ......... . .... . 7 0 . DQRJSON, S, ,,.,.......... .............................. 1 15IUcx:oLs,AW.NJ ....,.........,..................,.......,,,... lg f D.L 13, 4, , P ..,........................... 1............ E MLER, . ....................,................,.......... . DENQ, ,.,,,,.,..,,.,.......,........ ............... . ....-- 6 3 OHLINGER. G. M .....,.............................,......... 189 4 DEW, P, H ,,,, , ,,,...,,........... ......................... 1---.. 1 Q -3, gmvmn, F6 Sri .................................................. lgg U D ..,, L, A, ,,,,,,,,,,.....,.,...,.., ...................... . L- ALMER, . ' ......,....................... ,.... .,....,.....,. , EEEISITR, S ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.1,,,......... ..................... .... 1 2 3 PATTERSON, J. N ..,,...,................................... 154 ' - FARMER G, C ,,,,,,,,,,.,,.......,. ....................... .1.. S 4 PETTYJOI-1N, L. E ....,.....,.......................,........ 190 4 , ...,..,.....,.,...... ............. 2 4 PORTER A. A. ...............,.....,.....,................. 72 FARRAGUT, D. G ........ .. 1 ,, ,. , FITZGERALD, T. B ....................-,-..-- -------------- - - 120 PRINGLE, T. B ....-....................-....---...-.-..-..... 155 y FLETCHER, P, L ,,,.,,,................ ........-,----4- --4'-- 1 7 RAWLS, J. A ..............................................,.... 14-14 FUNKHQUSERJ C, C ,,,,,,,,................. ......-,---1-- 1 71 RENNIE, A, C ........................,...,.....,..........,... 136 ' GMNRS, E, R, ,,,,,,, ....,.................. ..........- -..---- 3 - R Honms, F. R ...........,.......,............................. 191 I 4 C-PAHRETT, J. ....---.-,---,-----,- ------------ ------ 1 5 3 w--- --'------W--v--w',-------,------------------- 1 ' G1LLENwATER, . ...----,------------ ----'------------ - ' -'15, 1- A- -v-,-----,--,,--------------,------------------ - D ' , ,, , H, G,, J ,.,..,,.......,......... ...........--.. 1 12 RIEGEL, J. .T ................................................... 107 1 ' 83223121 J. ........... ........... ......--.-,-----,---,- ,----- 3 if, ROGERS, C. F ...............-......-..........-.........--.--- lg? 0 .,-, A, R ,,,,,,,,,,,,,........ ................... ....-.----- R A LSTON, D. 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A. 1' .................................. ........... 1 45 HARRISON, E. S ..................... -.--,.-.-----------.-. -,-- 1 2 STAKES- 11. ...-...--.--.-......---..----.--4----------.----- IQQ 7 . , ,, W, T ,,,,,,,,.................... ...........--.... L, STALEY, L. ............................................ . .... 0 , gifgggavm, A, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.. ,,......... ....................- 4 1 STEPIIENS, D. L ............................................. 74 ' HOGAN, B, W. ................. ....... ......-..-- -'..--..-- - - 1 STR1PL1NiXE.HF ..............-....----..--..---.------------- - 123 I-I, -, F, W ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,.. ................... .......-.- , . 'r UART, V. 1 ................................................. 5 E. F .................... ....... . ......-..--.--.------ ---- 1 I TANKERSLELBR. W ...--...--...----.-----..--------.----- 109 , ' H- 3, S, S ,,,, ,,,,, .,.,,,....,... ..... ............. ........ 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L .................................. . ......--.-.------- 146 KE1,I,y,' S, L ,,,,,,,,,,,,,..,.......... ....... .............---.- 3 3 RIATIiINE, Ji .................................-..--..-- -------- 1 ' K- ,", J. A .......................-.. ....------.------ -'------ ' E BB. -'. '- ..-----.-----------------..----------- ----,v'----- L IQEIITAXR1, H, B ,,,,,,,,,,.,,........... ...................... . .- 39 XVELCKER, W. A .......................................-- .-.. D 7 ' KING' J. P ,-----',,,,,-,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,...... 1 2 8 SVH1T1g, I-I, V ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.....,.,,,.....,........ ...... 1 96 ' ' KUQCHMUQR, C, E ,.,..,,................... ........----.-- - - WVILLIAMS, VV. A ........---..-.--.-.-------.- -------------- 1 ' 1' ,-,, J, A, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,. . ,,....,.... ....... ' X V1-11'1'l,Ey, S, A .,...,,..................................... , . IEEEJEIEN, C, E ,,,,,,,,...,............... ...................... 1 14 XYILKINS, W. 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' ' ,f ' I 1 ' a3 30 ' 4 NNN "5 ... Q 5 . u 6 Q . - . . . , , , - , D is vw 'v--v""S.-- Wy .. I 6 - L g Viz, A F' -jlfigr ,., Qlw v I 9 1 .Q 0 9 L , .0 .1 J", O --fP5:gNlf.gy'j3 I TT! '17 ' rj'-fri' A ERN FA V J -ix f I 's x .!:f"f4f'- -X -Xvxj N Y, VX -lk ' ' --X--.uv . ,:,?.,.f. "X WIT XX W I .X 1 L -, X 11515 1Ua-jar NN. T. IJIARTMANV, JR. Capt. and Reg. 4-ldj 1zta11.zf Capt. and Rvg. Supply Offcer S. L. IQELLY E. R. GAINES Range' Ojfvcz' R. D. HARMAN fig 1-1 rn--cz Cx .m F1 .1-x - wfwv IE! Ii mr 52 il I 1 wi ' 3 M 2 + . 5 l 1 . .Q iq x 5? 4 Ii I 1 P f xg: Y i 2 I I FU 11 LI U -1-l. T71 -M 41-T-Child Sfvonsor MRS. I. R. HARTMAN, Staunton, Va. f 5 5 R-wx ' MEDM Behold the man who put Culpeper' ' T on the map at Tech. Wie could write volumes about him. XVhen he first- stepped off the "huckleberry" four years ago we all said. "There's a leader and a man." The girls said, "There's my man." was president of our class for three years. His many manly virtues have brought him still higher honors this last year, and many lesser honors have ever been his. He is a handsome, blond, athletic, young giant, beloved by young and old, known to everyone on the cam- pus and in town. lfVe know that his ability to work, his winning smile, unfailing good humor, and careful tact will bring success to our farmer nov. , - -. ,, . . , 1 :..o.4-e xg1.mgL11s:..1-Vz.f --W ef, ,t,,.t.. ,.- ,,..., .u--.,--.......-,. ,, EDWIN RUTHVEN GAINES Locust Hill Farm, Culpeper, Virginia ' Dairy Husbatndry 1922-1923 Private Company "Aug President Freshman Class: German Club: Freshman Football Teanig Freshman 'l'l'2lf'li Squaflg Sub-Execu- tive Gnmmitteeg Episcopal Clubg Central Piedmont Club: Freshman Basket-ball Team. 1923-192-l Corporal Company "Ang President Sopho- more Class: German Clubg Football Squad: Track Squad: Sub-Executive Committeeg Pin Committee Episcopal Clubg Central Pied- mont Club. 1924-1925 Sergeant Company "Avg President Junior Class: Second Vice-President German Club: Sub-Executive Committeeg Ring Committeeg Football Squailg Basket-ball Squadg Leader Junior-Senior Promg Episcopal Clubg Central Piedmont Club. 1925-1926 Captain and Regimental Supply Officer: President Corps of Cadetsg President Ger- man Club: Chairman Executive Committeeg Football Squarlg Basket-ball Squadg Social Am-tirities Committee: Athletic Councilg Episcopal Club: Advertising Manager H1926 Bugleug Central ,Piedmont Club: Ring Com- mittee. ' " """" ' ' ' ' -, "fv'f'fT2Fsvfz'1:-vi-vw--f - -so--sf ' l , j l 9 l i i 4 V -i i ! ll il , ii ll xy ix ' A ji ill -i xl .1 lv 1 XI l .Xx- . .N fi fi 'A .li --l A l i i l X , i X X, Sli i T1 N Hx i Y- X. A :gs A . n' , K-.N lrlf. brig.- !,i.w l X1 , i .i .i Qi X i .z l l i, ,- il .X 1 V ' W W J. :.,sg4gQ-Lllaghxj-,Yl-tQgY -,. Rox' Davin HARMON East Radfmwl, Yirginia, R. F. D. 1 Animal Huslaumlry 1922-1923 Private Company "D": Southwest Virginia Club: Hoof and Horn Club: Horticultural Soeie-ty: Rifle Club: Rifle Team: Wrestling Squad: Freshman Football. 1923-192-1 Corporal Company "DH: Southwest Yirginia Club: Hoof and Horn Club: llorticultm-al Society: Rifie Club: Rifle Team: Football Squad. 1102-1-192.3 Sergeant Company "Bu: Sontliwest, Virginia Club: Hoof and Hom Club: Rifle Team: Rifle Club: Maury Literary So:-ietyg Football Squad. 1925-1924? Lieutenant and Regimental Range Otiicer: Staff: Southwest Virginia Club: Hoof and Horn Club: Vice-President Rifle Club: Rifle Team: President Boxing Club: Captain anal Mzlnagei' Boxing Team: Football Squad. ,l 4 bs 1 l l 1 I 1-?'fQTf.'ff'w' '1fLf' ff'i ' A ,Av bfi X tx 4 l' 'ink "SHORTY" "Hey, 'rat.' what is your name?" "'Rat' Harmon from Radford." "Shorty" says there is no place like down on the farm. and that is why he came to Tech and enrolled in ani- mal husbantlry, which he has never given up. His work here has not been con- fined to the class-room. for football, boxing. and other sports have re- ceived his devoted attention. He has been on Tc-ch's riHe team for four years. a "sharp shooter" at Camp Meade, and winner of many medals at Camp Perry. He has always had military ambitions which have been met with crowning success. Judging from his "ilivver" trips to near-by points we think he has still other in- terests. XYe feel sure that "Shorty" will hit the bulls eye of success. L.,- 'jl g ."v s::.l'f'Qi"'i"'T1T'1.'4 tiff'-. N-, -, xafzc TT X 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 4 1 1 1 1 NVILLIAM TYLER 1'lARTMAN,-IR, Cliurc-hrille Road, Staunton, Yirginia Civil Engineering 1922-1923 Private Company "H"3 Ritie Teanig Clubg Shenandoah Valley Club. Episcopal 1923-192-l Corporal Company "H"g Ritle Teamg Episco- pal Clubg A. C. E. 1924-1925 First Sergeant Company "Hug Vice-President Rifle Clulmg A, S. C. E. 1925-1926 Major and Regimental Conimander Staff: President A. S, C. E.: Exchange Editor "The Q Virginia 'l'ec'li"g Y. M. C. A. Cabinet: Secre- ts 'S I 1 tary Social Activities Conimitteeg Ritie Club. 1 1 cl? ' 1 5,5- ,, , , , - f-19?--e--" L if V' f'?FYAf---iv-----A-17' 'cfl iii 1 1 4 51+-s.-R-7" ----f 1 11 51.-,gfrff--K1-" 1 ,fxs - - ' Ns " . -1 J 1 fx, X ' ' 1 - NJ, .Q ....af.:4zL-5,-..1..-1....:,. ,, s l 5- - --'ki HYQJ' .LQQB 4 X X, ..- - 1 ,, 1 , ,N ,fl 1 s'f:,g- 1 ,gqgif-s.,. 1,1 -v-,-v ,? -1- 1 1. - , ---1- fr.-" ,f ' 'l-+11 1 F 'Q-'--- ,l Xi' Q 91.15 ...ti 1xgX4.-Ii: -.j, -ea-. - 1 ' gg ' "" f .1 1: 'tip 1 1 -E,.,L1i' FP 1 1- --., N, lm jj: JF," 1 -11 11 ll - 1 1 ' ' 1 1 ll 1- .N1 1 X1 , N' X11 1' 1 1' 1 1' '1l 1 1 1 ' 1 ,1 , 1 1 1 11 W., 1 5 . 1 ,U fi 4. ,ff x X- "fre-,, ' --BILL" Tv-is-2 ef 1-if-Q-5 1 up After three years of pushing falxili' wil" transit through the xrilds of the Wfesf- - Virginia mountains. "Bill" decided to .' come to Y. P. I, to get some of the -92 liner points in the art of "stake drir- ing." This is an example of one of 1 "l3ill's" Finest qualities-his ambition to get ahead, to mount to the top in 1 whatever he undertakes. 1 Early in his career "l3illl' estab- i lished himself as a level-headed man l and a clear thinker, XVhenever he 1 speaks, his words, though few. show ' that each is backed by clear thinking and keen judgment. His advice has been a help to many of us. "Hill," we are proud to hail you as 1 a classmate, and we expect big things of you in the future. 1 l xr. N XI. MASK -Y Y W ,-,4,,,,,-.,4-,1g.,.4..,q.,4,4.Q :sv-:.i-.g,.s4. 1 E ,Q3.'3T3'i"Qf35i'f'Qf"f"-Q'i"i3s'QX. 5 . "1Ze5x'xQsQ5f 'Tix V..,.:,y-f.1.-.,-...L2::-L,1.,-Y,-J. - , , .. 1... ,dee 111- . . . , . s- 1.-:-.f2f-:- ----v-'-- - 1 - - - V- , -. - M., - - - 51 '-ugfzi. ..-- .eL.4.:Q-,.x,2..,g,-, 2-.-- QVH .'.- . W .-4.- .,. 1 ,. .Ri ,-N.. -..-s..-..,.,....Y ,N, --. it ..- N... 7.,Y. -..Y,.., Y .,,.g--. 7. .. .2 .2 . , YAY Q,-'xl I Dxll 1 3, Will 2 .211 Fill iff? a ' X . FQ Sinxar LEGRAND lxELLY 3 Main Street. Salem. Virginia l Civil Engineering mum P 1922-1923 v i QQ-l Private Company "Aug Freshman Basket-ball 1 Teanng German Club. , "x 1 Q1 1923-1924 i F-Q1 Corporal Company ".X"g German Club. 4 1924-1925 Sergeant Major First Battzilinng Gernmn , it W Clnb, ff 192541926 ll 1 Captain and Reg'in1ent411 A-,ljntantg Leader il German Club: A. S. C. E. ll H 1 N l . xl X' T' ml" MTS-.--W Q 'A"""-f'f,Tfiigf-1' 1 f?gL-'lf W.- YT?" ' N r.vz. 2 2 5 7 ix NI. 15331 PY' QM' ' Pls l 511377 g ,Qi ex 455:11-f-2:-.V few-H-vfrhs.-.f, T, , . I A wg. .,22,,: k ..,,,,.. sri 1 X , , ' 1 mi I V , . 1 l 1 O. ' "WD" I N Xksfizf' fn lsl XYe now present to the world the lx? one real lit-2111 Drummel ot the lslnss gli! of '26-and we ought to know, for ji LQ-l "Sid" has weathered with us the chill i blasts of four winters :ind the ro- Lqi , inunee of three summers. The 'girls 5 if 5 f adored his good looks and his "linen: ,pdl ' A.f"f' the boys marveled at his artistic tal- Q j- . ent and his ullllCuQ while the tnenlty if and militfiry department decided to 51-vi . . Q tolerate his supreme lore ot sleep. jilfij 'L ' . "Sid" has taken an active interest li wil -- -R along artistic and social lines, and in fl If E basket-ball. His decorations for the iff dances are wonders to heliold. .Xnd 'rl he has a decided weakness for the EI, fair sex-specially one. And, he- fi cause he is "Sid," we know he will ffxll make good m hfe's great struggle. H9 , .. 1. R f xl - il 1- Q i ' I ! EC , E31 M--.:1.W,-....--.-r.i...1:fg11,-.- W..- gli? '"3:i'""i1TiiZil'1ij.1iTL' 'WHT' ' vi figs: jfi,,v,-,Qe,-- ssedgggs- Q,-gf,4 . i A 5 , . I 77A X 'YQ ffffflyf' 5 f rn U3 U3 CD cu m m CD U, my fm, gg dj .nt pg f w'T HE'BUGLE-192.6f ' I V 1',- , .QE I 5 f Z Farsi Bmlfttaxdlnnn Sthadnlf J A I M10 Z A O MUS OE eut tA 7 t t . M S PLES t 956 ceconnudl aufztfsan neon Ifadgf EELY .M HBKILLAM tA SPRSON tMo K' 'e SSN - NYS Nc-Awww 6 i ' , . QLINE, JR. ,,.,,.,,,,,.,,,,,,,..v,......A..................................,.......................,..,.,......................................... af 1' - 9 ' . N. T ,....................................K...v,,.....,...........,.....................,,,..,........,,... Li emm- d'u an X J. . TA ,,.,.,...AQ.......................,..,,,,......................................................................... Sergean -Major X f - ' 4 5 A . Z 1 i 1 9 l Z 5 61 ' v 'gl S B ll' S A y f f D . . A ........,,..........,................,..,,..,,..,,...,.,.,,..,.,.,..,.,.,,,,,,,.....,,,,,.,,.,,,.,..,.,,.....,......,,.,.,,,,.........,............,. ajor ,4 I . . .............. Q ................,.....................,................................................... Lieutemm - djutant I 5 . E T .v,...................................,.................................................................................... Sergean -, aj r f . ' L ? 5 4 5 . 7. f f ? W 'eg 36 4 Qt' " Q. M ' 4: . h?. , 9 , . : -B., Q -" .-"' - MQ gp .fi 4 , lj I ' , . ' - - 1. 1 . x ' ' ' ' ' ' ' - - ' 5 U V 0 , N ' l 1 V ' ., ' '- l ws.- H - A . 1 ll Y .N ff Y il .E ,. LY i I Y4 1 Wi i N ll 11 ,I il C9563 Wu s . iw M' Y . gl! .li N 5M 5 Q! v lr , f? i.! ' ' 3 1: , 1 . ,x . if M ! -U 1 l .J L? S L f, J .. .,. J VH.. ,. , If 'M , N Y FQ, ' I" g -f ' if l . . V El ., v fx 1 W il WU 'I ff: Il 'VN ':, W' pf lu w ,z' 1 J. fi. FJ' "jf E, ,....- ,.,,-g, x. 4- Y .---H f- .1 - YY. .i . gi- ,X W, . , , Y! MRS. J. P. LAY, Coeburn, Va. - MRS. J. A. IQLINE, Richmond, Va ff f,..-:..,. -,. .W ",llMMIli" To write in unc hunclrerl and fifty worrls that which euulrl easily till ei thick vulunic zunl have every wonl true :incl interesting is well-nigh im- pussible. Such is the p1'wl.mle111 that CU1lf1'lvllt5 une when trying tn write 21 biograpliv of "-liininieu Kline that will rlo him justice anfl. at the same time, give him :ill the credit he fle- serves. The rexuler will have tw sup- ply what is lacking. ".lin1mie" is :1 "scribe," but not fl "hrmkwurin"3 un z1ll'z1r41uncl gouil sport: has plentv Of gfvoel Uliursu senseng knuws what tu flu. when to do it, :incl clues it. .Xs zz result he has always been :inning the few tu occupy the top Horn' uf the building of Class standing ns well as other activities. .Xnd last. but nut least. he is in love. JAMES .'XI.I.EN liuxs, JR. 31601 Chillllil9l'iilj'llO Ave., Ric-hm0n1.l. Virginia COIlllll4'I'4'fIlI Ifng1i111'f'r'ingl 15322-11123 Private Company HBH: Cotillimm Club: Serge- alnt-ant-Arnxs Rin-limnlul Vlnbg Unrnpnny Fuent- luill: Coinluiny Blanket-lmll. 1922-I-l5r24 Uni-linraxl Cunllmny "IV: Cutillion Clubg SeC1'etz1l3'-'Freusurev lliwlilmnnl Club: C0111- pnily lfuotlmll. 13124-1923 First Sergeant Cmnlmiiy "Bu: Cotilli-rn Club: .Xwietniit De-felnling-.Xtturney Corps: Tic-ee Presilleut Rim.-linmnvl Clubg Cinnpzuiy Foot' bull: Cuinpuiiy Buxketflmll, H125-157213 Muyn' unil Cmninuinlei' First Baltfzilioug Cotil- lion Club: Executive Cmninitteeg Presiilent Ric-lxnmnil Clulwg Assn:-inte Business Mana- ger "The V'll'g'iIllIl Ter'h"g Conllmny Footballg Phi Kuppai Phi. l il X Fljl ixfl Eu lil 522 rf: szl K I fx P514 bl l X lil 151 , nl .il i 'l , N ki f l gt: ,i ,U . . l sl 5-t K Pl J lim lil lk 4 Fx 2-'T L ' lxf ld is 1 Q li Q xfj lil IE li lx ,, K. A X- lu il ....,.. -fy-si 1- .- - .-,V-,.--af. ,- . V . -Y ...,.. .. ., ,,,- HAROLD BAKER IQILL.-XM 742 Baldwin Plalee, Norfolk, Virginia f,'0lllllllll't'illI E11g1int'1'1'iny1 1922-1923 Private Company "G"g Norfolk Club. 19123-192-L Corporal Company "G"g Norfolk Club. 192-L-15125 Regimental Supply Sergeantg Staff: Norfolk Club. 1925-111215 Lieutenant and Adjutant Second Battalion: Norfolk Club. fs A I - l-.-.-.-..-..-.-.-v. .... ...4, - .... 4... ""-u. 1 Q. "KID" Hardly had our class been organ- ized when "Kids" line qualities he- eame evident. His quiet. liumor-tus. and congenial disposition has won for him the friendship of every man on the campus. The military department has also shown its appreciation of "Kids" ability by giving him a long line of uninterrupted hromotions. He started his course of study with electrical engineering. but changed in his Sophomore year to commercial. lYe, who know him well, are sure that his steadiness and patience will win for him an enviable position in the world of affairs. His hard work and unerring accuracy are bound to crown his efforts with success. "Kid," you carry with you our best wishes, and leave us wondering where we can find a friend to take your place. Bing.,-irnfx.-n..,...,t,.,.f:n-JL:,--w-1 , , , - - QNVUFQJQT '1jj5'ai"4.j-:4y.'gf-- -.w 4 ' 1 '--'--N -f n Y' W H V f ' - X x .XX x X V N . ts X, . hiv' , .sl-L-1 ...li MA 1-an---V.-A Y v ,QQ-My-447 A74-N. 0 k f 4? HY: W H Y Y Y YY My ., , Y, ,,,, ,,., . s ,,,,, ., . -,,, .,.-,-.e2sw-.:x1-1:L-ff: 1 ., r. v ,-.T, h .gfgv-445-.5-fj:.g-.fit-I-31:35 :ff-,-Q k EUGENE ERNEST LAY Coeburn, Virginia Elreiricfzl Eligirzccriny 1922-1923 Private Company "Hug Southwest Virginia Club. , 1923-1924 Corporal Company "Hug Southwest Virginia Club. 1924-1925 Regimental Sergeant Major, Staiig German Clubg Soutliwest Virginia Clubg Secretary- Treasurer Junior-Senior Pronig A. I. E. E. 1925-1926 Major and Coniinander Second Battaliong Secretary-Trensiirer Gennan Clubg President Southwest Virginia Club: Executive Commit- tee A. I, E. Eg President "Idle Rich" Club. , 1 i 'AGENEH ' 'flrvf "Heyl Gene, get up. 'S time for lirst class." This could be heard injlij rfioni sixty-nine, hrst division, most any morning during the past year. Yes, you guessed it. He loves to sleep. But in spite of this he has managed tn "freeze" his professors, a1'mpa1'ently with little or no effort, during his stay at Tech. .Xu attractive personality has ivon "Gene" many friends. and his deter- minatitin to vvin has hrouglit him sue- Cess at every turn. From a "grit- euttern as a "rat" to a major's stripes his Senior year is his military recnrdg and a secretary-treasurer ni the Ger- man Club, "Gene" has shoivn a re- markable business ability. lf a col- lege career is indicative of the future, we feel sure that "Gene" will stand "ace high" in any walk of life he chooses to follow. ..s.s..1.r.- i.i.,- 1.24 g::-Q.::,.-:-11R- , ,, , , . . , -,, - sf ,- :,1,,,,aL,,. -,-,- L - s- ..,.--Qi-1-fran-fs-,.-uc::-.,.. . T --.zggzzf , ,xaefv-1-:::i 3 I Q it :xi :Q 'X . KN F-5- iq I X l' 4 B? IQ, Sill iii 939 , , .VXI 1 si XJ fi-H ix Iwi iii pq if i Q1 Xi :li ,F N hx-1 iN , Nj 1 l ,-.Lv ' NJ ni if ,ti :Q ,xi 'N 'Xl ri la N mg is l X X Q s x Q li Q 'N fi x 'Q 5 N 'N r t r , ,, , e - vm-, , , 45, X,-r,,gg LQ,-.f-r-sx'r1- Q1,gg5331135-i5E?3!5f'11'.,?'2"Q1riii'f'KQQ'R'F2WiNX1xiQQiQQQw , , QE- I gm.2?f:sf.liig.g-af iijig, ,Air ,jiri 1 e f-'fir-P-f-i--"fr -f-'M --A nl ti l N -I ,1 l i N5 lb N X1 tb? Lg lv 'NN A lil EW Milf' lily: gill pal. isfftkl llffili ,leifl !,,'1l r' i-al HW! l, Q: lla G :QW 1'i:ji' ',-df Skill s"f.'3 Ml sign flii: N 1, l th :ti-ti .N QQ: 'a Alb lg .IN l'. raw 'QK1 is ii? CPN ig- 'A ,Q lt 1k 1 ni 1 l lk h i fi! I it l 1 ik '. K ANTHONY QUINTUS Mtsror Hot Springs, Virginia Electrical Engineering 1922-1923 Private Banclg Usher Lee Literary Society Bitte Club. 1923-1924 Corporal Bnnfl: Treasurer Lee Lll9l'1ll'j' So c-ietyg Radio Club. 1924-1925 Sergeant Major Second Battalion: Seeretrwy Treasurer Allegheny Club. 1925-1926 Lieutenant and Adjutant First Battxllion President Allegheny Clubg Y. Bl, C. A Cabinetg A. I. E. E.: Cross Country Srnniii Track Squudg Masonic Club. y it fi some HC. Q... Anthony was Hot Springs contri- bution to that brilliant band of three hundred that assembled at the gates of Tech in the fall of '22, He brought with him the spirit and de- termination which has carried him successfully through his four years. At nrst he was a member of the band, but later the Commandant be- came aware of his military ability and he was made a member of the staff. "C Q." has, by his good-feb lowship, made many friends-the ladies are not to be counted as among the least of them. By steady appli- cation he has succeeded in conquering the electrical engineering course. and we have no doubt that he will make good in his chosen profession when he has left these noble halls. .- -f-A -' '- f?,-.-f-- - yi- '4 441.41-A." ' ' ' --'vH- E- "' . .-.L,,.-., -, - . L- .. ,,,1J,. L.L..-.,,., -. -1 --W Y- -v , wg A? .A S 3 9,3 .1 'Q , - , ' - ,J L-4 L .1 T Y Q ll ' L -I lil Qvllf 1.12. L fgf' ' W-t-ijlfiqk - rv-ravi 4-VV, , L-.- .--.ixrzsgf-.amor -.-h.c--,- . li-1,11 Y: fl. 515 M V9 A OIITYIIJPJQSIIIJIY A .I SERGEANTS KQQJX J. M. JEFFRIES, First Sergeant H. A. DENNY, Supply Sergeant xx Afxgix. XX'. G. CAPERTON J. XV. Af.-KN DORSTEN J. S. BOARD R. H. HOGE 137' E. R. ST. CLAIR E. J. QUINN iqfyflii f x". 'Y I CORPORALS .NL-Sid . " I V IIT X J. S. MOSS C. P. LUNSFORD B. Y. BANDY MQQCW E. XX'. HUTCHINSON R. C. HODGES XV. R. PERRINS 17 'JCE Y H. P. XXYADE R. H. DOWLING J. C. JONES Q. 74:1 T ' fi PRIVATES l G. XXI ACOCR G. EDWARDS M. H. KISER S. S. PRATT 3,5 H. S. .AVERY E. H. EX'ANS L. F. INIOONTZ N. O. PRICE Y' C. L. BALDERSON H K. FAULIQNER R. F. L-ANE XV. L. RADER A. F. BERNTHAL T. R. FELTS H M. LAWRENCE J. M. RAMEY E, A. BIRD J. XV. FLYNN T A. LAWRENCE H. R. RASCHE J. H. BROWN E. L. GARDNER H L. LAWSON J. P. REILLY R. S. BROXVN G. D. GRAY F. H. LEMON J. H. RICE J. A. BURKHOLDER C. H. GLYDHEIM C. C. LEWIS F. E. ROTENBERRY G. E. BENTON XV. A. HALT, H A. LILLY L. T. SMITH F. E. CALHOUN L. J. HARLAND R A. LINCOLN R. G. SMITH A. T. CARPER L. M. HARRELL J. O. LOONEX' H. R. STEPHEN J. B. CHILTON B. N HARRISON A M. MCGAX'OCIi H. S. THOMAS R. R. CHOATE T. F. HARXX'O0D F. C. MOOD XV. XIV. THOMPSON J. M. COLLINS E. A. HATTON C. H. NIATHEXVS E. XV. TOMLINSON R. P. COMER J. A. T. HAUGHT B. F. MOOMAW R. B. TURNER R. XX'. COCCI-I R. S. HAY'DEN C. H. NININGER XV. W. TURNER J. G. CRAXVFORD S. HOGE E. P. NOEL J. A. WADDELL A. CUTCHINS G. W. JETT G T. NOLLEY A. J. WALKER C. C. IDARRAH A S. JOHNSON C. T. PALMER XV. A. WELCKER G. M. DAVIS XV. H. JONES L. PENN R. S. WILSON J. B. DECK K H. IQELL.-XR J. F. PEYTON XV. E. XVILLIAMS XX'. J. DICRENS R. P. INLELLX' H. C. POWELL S, S 42 .il-1 I , Fi. wwf: MNA , 41 'I N, .---Y R II ' T' 'ig .l I A - "i-S-.--.fn 1 . A P , . '. H -A F '- S S ax' Y . , f ' A J-ff F ' '- " F 11457. -J' -I 92- .-,f ., ,-S,I,- ,JW--XM ' "'..1,f-. 'T 'A :-f-"',-- Z--f-f"i. A. .L f ,,2Y. KH- . ' - - .----f' A , X X .-, ' - X. ' xr- . L. Lv,-.-. I7 . .C AA A X 'N A. Y X. , m,,,g:.f- . 3.4-- J 4. . . -. ,O wQ.,,.4-A Y,f ,ff g-A -..,.w., gg, -- .3.,-,-"' ,.-f-' LLM' -,L-,KA i x V f-di-,,,. Vf,, A L L. AA? W-'-,,. , V--1' YY' --V-.. .cr-A " s z tx C 0f7Z'di1"L - J. WY Moss L-ieufevzaazt Livutmzafzt Lieutezzazzt L1Tl."llf61Zfl11,i' M. T. IEFFRIES M. R. STALEY R. D. NIICHAEL XV. R. XVALTER Sponsor MRS. C. C. RAITT, Norfolk, Va. f . H W. ...W ..-,-.-,-- -.. .. .-. J? --eM- 1- -will' V-A ... - -he-e.-ages? --. ..-T... ,, is s X C C'ie1fkT'-, ,Ag-.i A THCVZZCR Q . .A , , t C-Ke Qi elif' . if? ,sf .- , , ,. X. -5 . 1, GEORGE XIVOODFIELD Acocic 12 Gen. Greene Ave., Trenton, New Jersey .Mechanical Engineering 1922-1923 Private Company "A", Lee Literary Societyg Episcopal Clubg Class Scholarship. 1923-1924 Private Company "A", Lee Literary Soeietyg Episcopal Club, Cosmopolitan Club. 1924-1925 Private Company "Ang Lee Literary Societyg Episcopal Club, Editor Y. M. C. A. Hand- hookg Vice-Chairman A. S, M. E. 1925-1926 Private Company "Ang President Episcopal Clubg Y. M. C, A. Cabinet: Chairman A. S. M. E.3 Editor-in-Chief "Virginia Tech Engi- neer"g "Skippers"g Phi Kappa Phi. s.V,.....,,- ....,,.. . 7 ,, x HSCRIBEH There was no great stir when thisgf' 'R ' , WL I man entered V, P. I. He was sirnpljpxy 'lilf' Efqjj one of the many, but not for long' 1 9 was George to remain unnoticed. Though rather quiet and reserved, he made his friends and proved his abil- ities in class work. A test or two convinced his professors that a "scribe" had appeared among Teeh's conglomeration. Always ready to respond to a call for help from his class-mates: serene in intellect and ideals: a hard-work- ing, dependable fellow: and a friend worth having is George: so much so that we hesitate to mention one fault, the cold heart he turns toward the alluring approaches of the feminine creatures. But that may not last for- ever. lrVhen we meet him in the future wc are sure that the metal in George will have rung true. '-'Sky 5' l -------- --f-f-E-V-----V s-4-dH-- - f 4... . . - .. .e as -4 . . -f agee Qezqexs-ss N4xs.z.XJr-4, Less Q gg sl ill. I . l iN ii Fil ffm MJ .N N is i, i .54 lk' .gs "Xl ft x' 5 gs' S IN N -N xy L, N x 'ls is 'f so g ll ins .ii X he lc 1 l I 1 i 5 i 1 l r I l i EDWARD 1-XRTiiL'R Bnio Big Stone Gap, Virginia atflrimzltiiral Eilzzcatioiz 1922-1923 Private Band: Freshman Football Squail Wrestling Squad: Sergeant-at-Amis l-'re-sh man Class. 1923-1924 Private Company "AU: Football Sqimd: Southwest Virginia Club: St?1',9f6:'LlIlt-fl!-,x!'!l'lS Corps of Cadets: Sergeant-at-Arins S-vi-li-V more Class. 1924-1923 l'rivat,e Company "AH: Football Sqiiinlg Wrestling Squad: Southwest Virginia Clvihg Agricultural Education Club: Serge.iiit-nt- Arms Junior Class. 11725-19211 Private Company t'A": Football Squii-l: Southwest Virginia Club: Agricultural Edu- cation Club: Assistant ljcfending Attorney Corps:ASei'gea11t-at-Ai'1ns Senior Class: Presi- dent "Skippers": Sales llnnager "Bugle" K inf' vs' 'S--fi... Ffff. ' "',1fVf,f,f'f ff "DEAN" Bear with us while we sing the praises of one, "Dean" Bird, alias. "Bonny Prince Edward," who hails from llig Stone Gap. This young lad has spent four years with us. During this time he has attended most of his classes and has found time to get acquziintt-d with every member of the QOI'DS. 'tDean" is an ardent pursuer of the classics. which is one of his outstaiid- ing idiosyncrasies-anil he reads with understanding. His lack of military aspirations re- sulterl in his election to the captaincy of the t'Skippers." .Xs such he has piloted them through rough seas in a style that left mighty officers standing awed, "Deans" athletic abilities are not limited, for he has been a member of the varsity football squad for three years. and a member of the wrestling squad for two years. In his sojourn with us we have found him to be I1 man. 1 3 111.1 ,Q if "GILLY" After two years of work with the State Highway Commission, "Gilly" decided to eome to Techland to be- come Zl real civil engineer. Now we are not so sure that he alone made up his mind about this adventure in- In the realms of higher education, since we believe another mind passed on this. lt seems that he possesses those qualities that earn the title of "scribe," Yes. he is a "scribe" in all his classes, and an authority on cur- rent magazines. XYe feel that the ranks of the Civil engineers will be greatly strengthened by his return to active service. and some day the world will recognize those abilities ive have found him to possess. 1 l , fl. - 111. , 'L'lIf.'.'5f"F""'.TT' V11 l Y 1 - ..Y. K-, s1...1.,2.......,..-"L".1"11 If-1 1 '1l 211 1 1 . i1 1 11 1 1 1 w' l 1 11.-1 1 Q .111x 1 lie 11 ,M GILBERT DENTON GREY l 11s 116 North High Sb, Harrisonburg, Virginia Ciril Ezzyiizcering 111,21 5 1' 1922-1923 1 Private Conipauy "Ang Masonic Clubg Shen- 1 11 3111101111 121111-y 011111. 1- N l 11N 1923-1924 1 1' 'S Private Cmnpany "A"g Masonic Clubg Shen- 2 ifl nndoah Valley Club. L1 'QR i1.1'iX 1924-1925 111m Private Company "A"g Masonic Clubg Shen- flil zimloah Yalley Clulig A. S. C. E. 1'11 1 1 .1 N 1925-1926 Private Coinpnny "Aug Masonic Clubg 11il Shenandoali Valley Clubg A. S. C. E.g "Skip- '1-1 1-1,1 1 1 11 1 -1 -N 1 peis. 1 lx 1-X1 I 11 'S 111 r 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 xl 1 1 1'X11 1 1 - l 1 1 1 '- 1 1 1 A 1 1 1 f1i1 l 1 1 F 1 r l l 1 l 1 1 1 1 1 -.11 1 71 1 Fll P H 1 l 'x 1 11 11. ff 1 1- 1 'L 1 li rtkll 11 1 1 1 1 l 1 .X 1 1 l ' 1 x11 1 11 .Fl N 1 1 'jd 21 .11 I 1 '--l 1 1 1 1 11 . 1 1 1 '11 1 11 l 1 Q1 I RJ l 11 "W 1 - 'N ,Y 1 N 1 1 -1 L Th 1 11? 1 1 l ' l . 1 X1 I 1 1-X 1 1-.11 1 1 F1 1 1 1 11 1 'xt ' 1 1 l 1 1 1 1 K: 1 - -- --- ' , Y,-- -- ,au-L. -1. W1.-1'-41, QFEQQQ-.5iSiEf'5' ELLSXYORTH .-Xqgul1.L,x HATTON ' Esglwrmlsx ille, Virginian , P f,'0IlllIl4'Vt'flll lfll!llIll'1'l'i7I1l 19122-11123 ley Club. 1923-15,124 Private Conipany "Aug llzlpwlizilliiock Yul rivate Cuiupany ".l": Rnppuliaiuiork Yal- ley Club. 1924-1112.1 Private Cuinpanuy "AT 1925-19245 Private Company "Ang Presilleut "Pic" Clull. mf F '1,. Y, .Yagi , ,r . Q' . 5 ELL. Sis- Q "lfl.LSlYORTH" ,,,r. "Ellswnrth" came to us, nut from any far distant or crowded inctrnpm- lis, but frffm a part of our own Vir- ginia along the banks uf thu Poto- mac, where it is said that railroads dw not ycnturv. This part of our state. li-wxx'ex'cr little it may have ht-en lciulwii liuftlrc, snqni received its share uf attentiwn as "Ellswt,irtli" himself, standing nn il chair in the mess hall, gave voice tn that yell Su frcrnieiitly huard our "rat" year, Mliahl Fair- lit-ld!" Since then "Ellswurtli" has hecoinc well lciulwii ainong us. His one amliitiun is to become a gruat salesman, which must surely be realized with his friendly personality and "go-ge-ttcr" qualities. Xl'c have known him as a true fricnd and a loyal 'l-echman. - , , .Anson . L-: ...glee .gf-,, --r-vfrz-erszez.-11 ew:-A -i Y.---eiig-e:Q....w V4.4 UMANIEU Good-looking, clean-cut. and attrac- tive: quiet. sensible, and well-poised: accomplished and intellectualg a true friend to every man: and a true lover to "some" women are the de- sirable qualities that make this man so well liked by us all. No greater asset could any man have than the trust of his fellow-men, and "Maine" has the coniiflence of everyone who knows him. He has served two suc- cessive years on the executive com- mittee, which speaks for one of the highest honors in college. "Manic" hails from a town noted for its horse shows and beautiful women-Culpeper. This is shown by his great amount of "horse sense" and xvinsome ways with the ladies. That these two attributes alone xvill bring success is undeniable. Club: Rappahannock Valley Club. Club, Piethnont Ulubg Mineral Club. mont Club. 1 rl 4" ll1ARION THOMAS Iizrriues Culpeper, Virginia I Inzlusfrial Ef1llK'fIfi01l 5 1922-1923 Private Coinpany "Ang Freslnnan Football Squadg Freslmum Baseball Squndg German 1923-1924 Corporal Company "Aug German Clnbg Vice- President Central Piedmont Clubg Mineral 1924-192.3 Regiinental Color Sergeant, Company "Ang Company Football, Regimental Chnnipionsg Executive Committee: German Clubg Central 12125-19245 i Lieutenant Company "Aug Captain Company Foutballg Executive Connnitteeg German Club: Maury Literary Soi,-ietyg Central Pied- , ! 'l ! l l 1 q , i i A , 1 iW'U""" ' il il ' 4 i il l l ll , l i l 1 r l i I I l l l 2 ,X E I ll l la 1 n 5. 'l i i i l Q .. 1 .Q 1 ,zee Q- ,L X.: ,. -.QiQ,.4.:..s:,.s:.,: Q :.- 1 -if H- - W- V Y,---Lizzy: ce. . ,.-ae1-.-.r.-:.,f:i,.g.,-, ,t , An V, 'X 3 Q N 3 'Q I 25. CN lib ix Qi Qi gd Ni is LN ii VU N f xi -.1 ia! g xi im' i' d M Y- f N Tx! 'xi Q N is .N lit 5 Y . f.-.- ff. aw- -sr-vw.-s5.ww: eva -.F-ff'-ee-ve,-t - sr-sf-:x f--'- ferr- -f --is -r - Y e ' FK X 'K '- X ' X X.J s - N X -x.aas.s.,4v.g.,,t.4.QQ.s.-.W, , ,, ,YY , ,M KENDAL1. HUBERT KELLAR West Point, Virginia Eleefrit-all E11gii1z't'1'i21y 1922-1923 Private Company "Fug Hampton Roads Clubg Freshman Football Squadg Ritie Teamg Episcopal Clubg Radio Club, 1923-192-1 Private Company "Fug Ride Teamg Episco- pal Clubg Radio Club. 1924-1925 Private Company "A"3 Riiie Clubg Episcopal Clubg A. I. E. E. 1925-1926 Private Company "A"g "Skipppe1"'g Ritie Clubg A. I. E. E. .JPY 2 ' 4, ,..,, xo .-'Sz i,,, 1 .X a. 4 U NS.-XRGEH Though "Sarge" never reached the front while in service for Uncle Sam during the lYor1d NVar, he has reached it here at Tech. This product of the inland reaches of the Chesapeake Bay ty pi f i e s the bracing breezes that sweep up over XVest Point from the briney deep-his pleasant smile and hearty good cheer are always a boon to those to whom they are giveng so, of course, he has a host of friends. His portly bearing gives him an air of dignity and distinction: and, because of his long experience and ability in mechanics, radio, and love, his advice is often sought. Apparently his first aim in life is marriage-may he find happiness and good fortune though wedded. - ----ff:ssL,m-f-----M---ff--r--f.-1 L-1-1 - -.1---Y f free-:ami 111- , ,--M. a.L-s?,frh..-,f-.- 1.--.,.-. .ragga V NH, A X . V .Ta-:Q-Y-.Q,4-ifkgaaffqgs.. . f .e-f,+vs-.- ff-s s----.V.-eps. -g--Q.,1.vwT-asf!-g-,., N NX N- X X KRW X NW X 'P Q -44 .s.1,4.L.sa4-a. f page '. ' sg.-.-.--Q X lt "L.XlYREXCE" Sfnnelqocly saifl that "Lawrence" was a vviinnan-liaterz but that fellow clicln't know. You see, he is the kinil uf a man that does not believe in telling everything he lcnovv'sAanrl he knuws a lot. He is one of our prom- ising' electrical engineers, in fact, the nmst promising, because he has been Une uf the real "scribes" of the class. "Lawrence" is ll living example of the wld saying, "Still water runs deep." He has never let military have any etleet on him. and nww we see him as a charter member of the royal order of "Shippers," Hovvever. he pnggegggfz all the qualities that spell success. In the electrical worbl we are sure a career awaits him. The best wishes of the class are his. . .,.,- Lawrie NCE FA L' NTLENO v Kon Nrz Ilarnptnn, Virgi ina. R. F. D. -l lflmffrif-rrl lfuyizza-rrinfl Private Company Episeopal Club. Private Cmnpany lipisrupzil Club. 15122- Private Cnnnpany ".X": Episcopal Club. Private Cmnpany Episl-opal Club: Phi Kappa Phi. 1923 "A"g I-Ianlpfun Roads Club 1923-1924 l'.V'1lAlLlll1l71Ull Roads Club 1924 1025 Hampton Roads Club 1925-1926 ,,,A,.: Hump! on Roads Club A. I. E. E.: "Skippers" x 'l nj, i N i l M Ai xi Xl N, 1 I V. l. ' .l l Q1 2 4 I Q 5-, -l W 4 ...l Q S l :si Ei . 1 ll is . :Ag-as 3- .24 ,L,,,,, A-- ,, ,-,,, . , , , a l l l 3 l l JACK XX'ELI.Fo1uJ Moss 1233 Westover Ave., Norfolk, Virginia Cir!! Eug1ilzi'Cri11y 1922-1923 P!'lVClt9 Company "Aug Fl'f'Slllll1lIl Fn-vtlmll Teazng "The Virginia Tech Bliustrelwg Her- man Clubg Roanoke Club, 1923-15424 Corporal Company "Aug German Clulw: Yin'- Sity Footballg "The Virginia 'l'u4-li Blin- strels": llonognun Clulx. 1924-1925 First. Sergeant Cnnipany "A"g Gennan Clulvg Varsity Football: Yii-e-President Mmm- gram Club' T1'e2lSlll'9l' Junior Claw- "The Virginia Teeh Minsti'els"g ,L Call-fi. -'Q 1925-1920i Captain Conipany ".X": Ceriiniii Club: Var- M 1' , sity Football: Yit'e-l'i'esifleut Blniuigimii 3'ls.4,F,,- Club: "The Virginia Tevh Xlinstri-ls"g As- sociate Business Muiuuger 0154241 Hu:le"g :x A. S. C. E. - 'l E Z. ,S 5 9' S fi"3i'.-:qv ,f-f V 5 , V - Peg!! if 1 1 1. , , 5391 ff il . Y-s iw!-' " ' if . I-I F ,v.-.-,zns,,, , , ,,r 7 , . V xxqf,ff5-v1Tfr-l'.yk-F:jrf:.-- - : - W ef V V - ",lAL'li" Tarry 11 inmnent, kinil rezuler. while we present to you one of Techs most worthy sons. Prolmalmly you have seen hiin tear through the opposing' line, or as "end-man" in "The Yirginizi Tech Minstrelsf' You may have known him as Captain of Coinpauy and surely you have seen him on the dance Hfmr-laugliing, talking. and dancing with pure enjoyment. Yes. "lack" has a ileciileil weakness for "those fairest of all Cimls erea' tures." He is a hard worker, ri hard player, a true friend, and possesses an ex- ceptionally strnng personality. It is no wonder that he is one of Tech's social "lions" and one of the best liked and most well known men on the campus. A+Q-,4Q4.x.x1.L,s..:,4,s,,,,,,1,,,W, ,,,,, s4.1,,, , . v 4.,,,..,,,,,. ,,-..-,,,L,,,s W, is V, Y p R 4 -X '- . IN NRS' "MIKE" - i "Keep quiet, wou't you, and let nie' work!"-sure mul it's "Mike" him- self: for though he's not Irish, a job he wun't shirk 'till its clone and put on the shelf. He keeps quite busy most Of the clay, anrl often, long through the night. Hes rather industrious, one might say. and tries to do what is right. He's gay anwl hc's solemn-talcen in spells. Hes happy :incl glad or blue. .-Xurl he fancies the ring of xretltling hells--but then, he's practical, too. Hes not a "sheik," not much for looks, zinfl he's not a "brainy" mana he spends zi little time on his books. lglut he floes the best he cang what more in frienflship can we say, unless it's to wish him Life-'s best way. . ........-...Y Y., RUDOLPH DIXON MICHAEL Roanoke, Virginia. R. F. D. 3 .-lfrriezllfzzrnl Engineering 1922-1923 Private Coinpany t',V'3 Freshman Basket-ball Squad. 1923-1924 Corporal Company "A": Varsity Basket-hall Squad? Reporter "The Virginia Tec'h": Roan- oke Club. 192-l-1923 Sergeant Company 'EYE Varsity Basket-ball Squaulz Monogram Club: Agricultural Stu- dent's Honorary Councilg Managing Editor t"l'he Virginia Tech": A. S. A. E.: Maury Literary Soc-ietyg Winner Declnnmtinn Con- test: Business Manager Y. M, C. A. Hand- book: Roanoke Club. 1925-19215 Lieuteutnnt Company "Avg President Senior Class: Editor-in-Chief "The Virginia Techug Associate Editor M1926 Bugleug Monogram Club: Sub-Executive Committee Corps: Agri- cultural Stu+lent's I-louorary Council: Presi- dent Maury Literary Society: Muury-Lee An- nual Play: Editor "A2,'l'lf'll1lLlll'll1 Student Let- te-r": Y. M. C. A. Cnbinetg A. S. A. Eg Rgairokerfiiilht-Y - --vm M. .1 ii . . . J I i . ,1 X, .5 L sl xi t l AJ xii xg 1 lp 'Q .XY Q "Rl 'Nl .K Q Xl : X, .4-.XJ ,iq xl x 1 x 1 fe X. . i ,sh tw Rjxx lx: ix lfs ri :N ' X is if Q rm 'Q Sl ,tx ii is ii ix ei YR iN N li EN ii? -p - 9- -. - -.. . .-Qs. -sQ,4g,A,,. ,el i Xi .Nl 'i W -, 44-L4L:i.1.:::g:4:...1 - 1- .-.Jr-1 , , , - I 4-.I-F. .x,i.g,q,,:.J,,,,,..,,.,. . Y Y-A . U., ,.. X X 1 . X , iii: Ri l nw : N3 Sl l .5. l Rl lg'-ri iff liill l-xl ' sail l x N . ifxl l lf! gal 15? 153 I .vi ' ml lr H l sw' lm l k-l 5 ell ld iN x lb, . lg I Nl lx , , Y . 1' l IQ. lk! ld bi C xl :Rl ff. 1 tx. ' ill li ' to if ,. eil P l xl -N X X. if- .Nw Q N .Nl X ,ll ll ,l l CHARLES '1-HRUSTOX PALMER lieokee, Virginia .'l!ll'fCIIlfll1'lII 1flljlilI1'1'I'lH1l 1922-1923 Private Band: Mineral Clulr. 1923-1924 Private Cuinpalny "Au: A. S. A. 15.5 South! west Yirginia Club. 15-124-11323 Private Coinpiiny "A", .L S. A. E.: South- west Virginia Club. 1925-H1241 Private Company ".Y'g A. S. .L li.: South- west Virginia Clulig A'Skippers"g Conipany Football. , . Q 11. .'f' L . ,--. 1 Kurs..-H-..,s3-,sa - if -V f- -ff-- A - 5. S :L- O Aww 1g.l::.gv.f:L1..--.-.ve-1...--..-if --.1--- -1 TW - 4-- v -1- -- - - fun. , s .-. ':ie,ffTffa7-f-Q Q-T am y 3 V .gy1fY-WY Y-.-Y -M .W Y.- -..HY Y , V N Xc:.E,5 Cir-. f-fi-CXs- 7--J-1 'Q . I 'I . I X ... , I' f 4-4 11.5.5 -' 'V - "PLUTO" Tarry here, ye who would select a model. a student who excels in philosophy, true friendship, and per- sonality. .-Xnd we predict. and our proganostigation is the result of close observation, that "Pluto," as lie is universally known, will put agricul- tural engineering on its feet. :Xl- ready it is rumored that Henry Ford has solicited "Pluto's" professional aid in perfecting the "tin cow"-the "tin bull" was perfected some four years ago and has since been "Plu- to's" most prized asset. He has had some trouble, however, in conrincirig his hearers that his peculiar moun- taineer pronuuciations are correct ac- cording to lYel5ster. He also played in the band. Ten years later you may address him. "the XYhite House," lYasliing- ton, D. C. wa?- 7 "FRED" 75: , f jg- "Quict zintl unassuming: t li e r c i 11. , licsipimwerf may he applied to thiii ii fricncl frwm Southwest Virginia. "Fra-rl" lat-lieves in letting zictinns speak Ioucler than xvmwls. XYwi'k has no tcrrnr fm' him lvecznise nf that atl- inirahlc quality nf his that Cnuhlvs him In stick to n prwlilein until it is sulvcfl. Ho has lwth :1 practical zinil investigative turn of ininel which is shown in his hzinclling' of clectrical appnrzttus. liurtlicriniirc he is 11 Vcc- rvgnizcrl rzuliw ziutliority at Y. P. l. "lift-rl" has zi pleasing 1lSl'S4'Yll2llltj', cviclcncccl Ivy his ability tp get :thing with those ztlmout hiin. HQ will never lcnvc in fellow in Il lurch. lmut will :tl- wzxys lend :1 helping hzincl, NVQ feel that the clcctricul engi- 1lC6l'lIlg prufcssiinl will grunt' flay lac proufl nf its new L'llglllL'C1'. FI FRED EARNEST ROTENBERIQX' Aniluver, Virginia ccfricul ffl1flfl!l'l'I'iIIU 1922-1023 1'rii':ite Cunipziny "F"3 Rmlio Club. 1923-1924 Priuite Coinpuny U1-"': Radio Club. 192-L-11I2..w Sf'l'gE'2lI1t Cmnpgmy HAH: A, 1, E, E, 1925-15126 I'1'ix't1te Crnnpxxny "Aug A. I. E. E.g Maury Lite-1'an'y Sucietyg "Skippei'S'3 Suuthwest Vir- glllldl Chili. 4.9 L.-1 iv x -ix V , mzkw lil Mt? HV V 'x ll ig- l ,FN NEW? l l ' VN.: l'f1i'X: 7li!"N1 glwftw 1lji"Vl l'g'.,, 'vXl , 1 J-xg i lik, l wil l 1 Nl . ,... lntif 3 HN 4 ti llI,N l ll-'Nl 1 MTX: 1 ,lx l 'fl 2 2 115' . mx.. . ,.., l lifl l tx ,Xl xl , l . , HJ ll N Q in ,, lv " l 'I if V.. . lil ll, 'Nfl lllif lszlxx llpf. l Nfl rfxl - l.'X 1 ll lst ' X llf l gl ' FAX l in . N lp? Iii lli gf 5 x N. 4 . A .ij ll? Q M lgt l R V l MQ il if , fttr il ,gxl si' " i"' 'i ' ""i""' n " W 'M""""w ' 'gl -M , .. ,. M. ,gg 4Qg-:g.'l.-in. w.z.:.gQ.R.5.N N33 .. .,.,, ixkl W . Y .A...,,,-.-.-1...Y,tg-- -. , -..- C... . ..VYY WM Y Y. vw-V CxKKxX'xY4"C1T"P?'-1TQ?9?T5F'i' fi-"'f'7"iIfj 'Tf'77i" fl llTlQliIQQ'ffE"'f' 7.'I-.fgil-. fi C ' A ' W Y MARCUS RAY ST,xLEr 1103 Hanover Ave., Roanoke, Virginia ' Elef'trir'rll Ellflfl1L'CI'iIlQ 1922-1923 Private Company "A"g Roanoke Club. 1923-1924 Corporal Company "Avg Roanoke Clnlig Secretary-T1'easurer A. I. E. E.: Clmirnmu Meeting Y. M. C. A. Cabinet: Ride Club: Academic Honors. 1924-1925 Supply Sergeant Company "A", Roanoke Clubg Lee Literary Society: Vic-e-Presiilent Y. M. C. A.: Secretary-Treasurer A. I. I-I, E., Masonic Club. 1925-1926 Lieutenant Company "A"g Roanoke Club: Lee Literary Societyg President Y. M. C. A.: Chairman A. I. E. E.g Masonic Club, Phi Kappa Phi. ..-A-N X xx l .. .-..1....s,.-.....-f.................... V - 4 1 . X, 'QIQ1 z 'fi' X iz ll ii ii. 7. "RAY" f "Ray" is one of the "scribes" who Hifi 'Vfcame to Tech from the "Mage City." He chose for his four-year struggle the course in electrical engineering, and through his distinguished class standing has won the high respect of his professors. Aside from his study, "Ray" has found time to enter other activities such as Y. M. C. A. work, A. I. E. E., Epworth League, and Masonic Club, He has served most efficiently as president of the lirst three, is a hard worker, form s lasting friendships. and has high ideals: his success is assured. It is not unusual to see "Ray," with fishing tackle in hand, on the banks of our iishless pond. He is quite pm- ticient as a bait caster-but he never brings back any fish. F' --2 - - - - -- ref..- ? zrQu:c -.axes .cf ,,--- f-at-s-,-...--s.-V ,.-' -1 g-H ' XXX ,xxkxsx '-T1VT'i'fC'iXniiT'1'xX'fI'K"vi'v's:x Q -:ii 51?l?'6E12lS'l2ffQ,S if l l N X Fil fel l fill i , i i .Ni . F51 ' 5 . Q. VN- .li lxil fig? SI ' 'if' l i i.ev :ll qw' we-,li ,gli ft., lil. ,qi .. l l 44:,.,N...A.a,..-....a-.X4...Q....4- -.44 i 1 . N , ..,, ,Y,, .-.,,.-.- W ,,,, sw, Y. .. X.-- ., 'e ' - 7' X - XX V' fl . ' " ' 'Ymff K, I 'X V gf' ' ...I '.1.'.,.X ,-'.' - Q' l N" F' iii ' "'f"'rr"riTr"' 'iijgi' ifff"l'2.i"':'T.f,f.iI.'.1i'f1ifIfj .gif 1 ' 1 Nl ill: l U1 .Pr Pl 112141 1 115 1 flfl zlfiiil 1 , 111 2151! , XYILLIAM IXAYMOND XVALTER X111-J l l G20 Grmntley St.. l,I3lltiI'llOl'6', Malrylnnd ' ili l-sv 1'i1'iI En!1i11r'r1'i11y ll . 11 1 , X- 1 1922-11123 13 Private C1111111:111y "ll"g CLl5lll0ll0lltL1ll Club: 111 "Idle Rich Cl11l1." 1 N 1923711124 Mm Corpiirail Cfllllllilllj' "DN: A. S. C. E.g Cos- lil! l-'il nioplnlitim Clullg "Idle Riflh Club." 1 Xvgl I 1X1 X X 1924-11125 ll? Ag f SE'l',Q'L'1lllt C11111p:111y "lJ"g A. C. E.: "Idle , Rich ciubf' 1 glixj' ., 1925-111211 1 E1 ful . X' f LIElll9llilllt C11n1p1111y "AU: A. S. C. E.g Vice- l 1iQ'X X 1 President 1-1.1111 Rich c'1111,1." ! 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V . 1 il none other than SCf1lJC XX ?iltClf. who ,X ,X EN hails from that "bone dry" city ot Q - ' Balt1111ure. .2 M V 1 11 ,el .-Xltlmilgll Scribe weatliered l11s I , 'X ffl llrst 11i11e months 111 Co111pa11v "H," ' "Ili l1e was not l1ey011d rede-1111Dt1o11 when i R1 . 1 1 . ,, .. 1 ,X, he game to Lm11p:111y D. :XS a rc- 1 X A 551 sult of his training, he is 110W a 1111111 1 IX , 1111 . . . . I . 01 specihc purpose and uiiwavering I , -af- il Q, deter111i11z1ti1i111. 1 Ilfli Sleepmg :md "racking" are l11s fav- X 11' Nl orite iastimes. wluch he likes best is l 1--.1 1 I . - - 1 l1X1.,X11 a inatter 01 much discusslou. Per- Hf lily souzilly I believe that he would rouse l X l irom the cleepest slumlmer rather than 1 llxigl miss :1 date. lDOll.t tell l11s 0'1rl at , 11 3- 1' D Xi 11' l l1o111e.l 1 l l V-, ' . He will he re111e111bered as a real 1 11' 1,1 man :md a gCl'ltl6lllIll'l by all who l X-li know llllll. X 11 11 LV11 l 1' i 79 l 1 11 1 1 , 1 lg X '1 . . lg ' 9 X X 1 li 1 1 1 ' ll xx 1 1 1 fi ' I1 FN ,, , ,.,. ,, , 7, rY, ,,-.N,.,,,..,, nv-- . - . . H- .. .. .---...- YY .15 X """" K ' ' 7' ""' g "L' '-'ff'.""'f"'Ig4I!'-ffYQ I vq::--..-.Y. -.-g.K.,.-,TQ2lL,3..wsA:.,,:,:f.-2:11:12 4-..: .-wb-1-f-111-A' lil 1 ' . . 1 . :Q 1 "" - . . . .-:.g::,:.i1:3g.,g,g.'..,.....T,.......-L,.1....,,F-sf M. X 1 my---ff:xN1 , , , A. , ,Al A sw ,,,7,, Y W: W., , V,-sr., -.s4sQ,.h ssww. 4 ,, .ggg.g,,,..-Qg,.sQb',s.T leesgeghars Equals-S:-Q-SIX ...na--,W 1.2 ,,,..-A,,,.,.n .,..1 .,,2Y..-,.,.N.,,,.,. -1 ,.,,, .F .,, -.. ,. . . if -mm . - 4-. . . 51,-as-,Z,g.1-1215.115fs... S..-111 -I 1,11 j -1 f J I i I I I II I I if Q: Q- 'ima .g c I ..l...l. I I II . ,I I I I II II I Private Private Private M. E. Private M. E. g I I XVILLIAM AUGUST VVELCKER, IR, 2-10 Broadway, Roanoke. Virginia Jlcclzanical Engineering 1922-1923 Company "AN: Roanoke Club. I 1923-1924 I I Company "Ang Roanoke Club. 1924-1925 I Coinpiuiy 'Z-Wg Roanoke Clubg A. S. 1925-1926 Company K'A"g Roanoke Clubg A. I 'Skippersf' I I I 1 I I . I I . .. ,MQ ,Z -fZ"? .I-cw! f fe-.X -. II ,. ""-XTX, 'fi H IJ --.ggi ,II "M W I hr..-f"fl I LA, If is I Ns Yfigvx 7 W I, - L M ' I I. ' ' iz I I I II L I ' , II I I I "I III I 1 I 'IIN I X Q- . I. .1 X 1- .L Xxgjif' L.: X ,. U., V .s,.V-. 5-1, ,I , I I I I I I I I I I I I I 'if Q. MTM: L '1U1-1- 1 '-1-I L V . I II. II "BILL" lt was in the fall of '22 that the "M a gi c C i t y" surrendered a most notable tr e a s u r e in the person of "Bill," He came to V. P. l. with the fu ll determination to in a k e t h e "profs: sit up and take notice of his scholastic abilities, and he has accom- plished his purpose. Added to his abilities as a "scribe" is the honor of having reached the ranks of Hskipperu without being sidetracked into some military otlice. llfhatever he does, he does wellg with this sterling quality we predict great things for his future. He is a friend to all, as efficient in fellowship as in his work. and always willing to do whatever he can for his fellow classmates. L 1 .,-...,.,-sg-wry... ..i.,.,.g!i---.2 :Tx.-.Tw-.f:,.-..--1-11-:-1:-.-z-:4-..11- 1.1, 1111.11-. 111 11- -.-- 1-1.fI-1--fs. , - 11-L-1-1 11111-1 . . 4 . 4. 1 1 .1 1 - 1- .1 I. .5-1.px,.,I'.,.f-., .....-1. T'ffv4"vn.:fu1.-far--5:1--'ji-'f-1 to if " Y :-1" 1--' 1 f F if -. - K Y -5 Nla-Xskf'-h2?f'IX-." - .lt L11 X Ke. 'N X.:-fisgg' . -4g1g4g.:.1.4gL42gg.-sQ.-.s1gg414..-g21-1 -. - I ,- 'rg-YQ Wwii if xv?" FU" .. -- - I IIH-M-34.1 I--. ... .. Q, X 'X gwf?Q A451111 ff .. Y . D U3 I Us -211.1 I - I --T I-I 'D -D -- C., my.-.I - .Lff--fffe-1-2-5-Ref.-ll. E - B U G 'D -- IIIQQI. I .L E - I 9 2- IIA ' - 6 I :I LJ ' II79 I II L .9-Lf QCUMR---my MBU I II fn -4 I WI R, I L. L. H - . If I D. G.:.zz'ff.- I' NV' M- BAKER 1 I UPN-V Scfgfdlzt I Q4-II p. v. N, CAKE G C 5,41 5 L' L ROB . 1. LIGHT - INSON JECKSON II ' - . H M. LINEBACK CORPORALS REBLE Mpj .5 NQHITEHEAD E. RICHARDS II-f -d - 1. OLENBERGER F. E, NOEL M NV- L' RIDEP 3 .XIVL DUNCAN IIQIQI P X E EVQIYI-I.1N X. Hi C. G A RIVATE . . LIAMS II , I- - LLEN S ,-LgfC'I.E R. G. A- M. E.D .- III II1 C. M. AQZERSON E- F. DSQQNING L. B. MCCLO I ,I ,rv . E E xl-IARDT F LD C ML, W. L. BRUFFEY . L. FROST F - MCGREGOR XV ' SOUDER IIV IX' BONDURANT GARRETT IVICNAIR D ' SPROUL E,-'Li.Ii D- BQWDEN GIBSON S ' D' MARCHANT L' STEPHENS fl f I' SLCC-CBRoxx-N ?3O0DNVIN W LQFRTIN H- ETYNE 1 ' ' - . . ' - - A - - A , ' - UM I-Sl: H. -. 61553-H R. B. C- M. M...f.'3iI- I- H. --.,.5.i'-N iiilifwi R- H. CARIC0 IX- D- HARDING R' C' MEADE F' SWARINGTQN B- E- CARR H' J- HARRIS C' MITCHELL ' B' TAYLOR I' V II C- J- CATHER Eg I- HATHAWAY ' MOHLER B- THORNTON I -S"-,Nj R- D- CHEW W- E- Hwnnnsov 'T' A' MORGAN Q' C' TREAKLE V R- G. CLAY R- M. HOLBERTONA R' MEEK K- M. TOMKOE I 13- M- COHEN G- HUGHES A 3- NARD R' TURNER IIFCNII L- B-Y COMER V- L- HUX - L- NORMAN H' - VAN DENBURG ,W 1 G- W- COMER J- R- R11-IAN M' F- NUCKOLLS ' WAX II fl W. N. DANNER F- E. KECK J- D- PATTERSON H- YVAYT I, 'f 'VII O- L. DAVIS J- E. IQING R- V. PIERCE ' - J- XNEIS5 Mfg! H- DENNY D- L- IQINNEAR RICE WHITEHEAD B. DEN-I LAY F- SAUNDERS VVILSQN IIVJII J- T. DOI-EL W- D. LIGON G- E- SCHRAUDT W- R- Woon IV Iwi - M- W- LIN F' WY- SMALT XM' C- VVORLEY - N R- P- SNEQAD S XV- J- ZAUN 1. I Wi I ' I I.. I I 5 I , . I U L I 7 ' A5 I E I I I Wil, E . , I I I I ', I I-' I wg! I 'I I igj I6 V . I i ss QNX A Q F21 I-Ig . 'Q Q ' Ii , i - . ' ' " 1 Q Zlqsei . V . Q v - N" 'QWGXN' "- ' ' 1- wifi' " WTP"Q,.,-v-""fi?5-'7"7l75Fi"f:'?'NTl'5f:IIiisR?g:ffQ-,.14 F1f:f--P-- f---f--M Eliiff. l':li'ljY R!'-.T1'-,,--5-?ry:i1- -'ii f I' f I ywqxf -1 I1,z,f,.f'x:L,,.-f-W ,,,.--"K f . E'-K ,'w..y--,A fi ,. I IIQ,I.P1I W bsglfgzfgffafgf-fff I I - C-jfg?w,IQ,ff',fIj3Lff' , N-1 -1111--. , - ' X If-Q I Y-L.LA3,f - , Wf:.f52:12' , . I' Q! A .I A IJ I I I I I I I 1.. LA.. . -W 321.3 l2f'gfI-'ii:f.:t'hf L22 -f,i.gQiigilllfi fiagizgj 1'fiQf,-f'W'3T" 'ii '-"R" Cflfffflllll H. S. BARR Liczztczzazzt Liczzfczzmzf f.ic11fv1m1zt Livnfczzuzzt A. A. PORTER G. M. NOELL C. G. IQREIGIZR .-X. I GRAX J in ggffl .. f T Ml T ',,,, T' gn, IT gn? III , I IIII III , I II: III I' I. I I I I I5 - ,I in I I. I . III I I I I I IQ... V? I I I fx.. III' I III I I I il .II, I 'III I.. II ,I II I . I I I I I I L 1 I I I I I ,. II. Q V11 I-1 13, 1.1 ,I-I I.: Ii , IZ -iff Sponsor MRS. H. W. BUTLER, XVIIICIICSICT, Va. I is l in id i i .l x 'l l3-J 1 x 11.5 l fhl g l. J . . 1 I E514 5 lf? Elf . ti, 9,1 le 3 .xi ,,, Lf- 51: .-W m "797ii:f it 'ii15'i!1'?5' L' f fiir QQ'-T:-cZl5g5gTir'r-1Fiffclifef-1"f'1fvx'Q+o.x'+c'x'vGkwi'ri'f'I "N"-L M' .Y . --- . 1? , 1 4 l I I HERAIAN SMITH BARR I -145 N. Main St., Winchester, Virginia ' C'un1mcrc'ir1Z Erz.gi11eeri2z.g 1922-1923 Private Company "B"g Sergeant - at - Aims , Shenandoah Valley Club. X, 1923-1924 il Corporal Company "BH: Secretary-Treasurer l Shenandoah Valley Club. E 1924-1925 ' Quarterniaster Sergeant Company "Bug Vice- President Shenandoah Valley Clubg Wrestling , Team, "South-Atlantic Champions." ' 1925-1926 1 Captain Company "BW President Shen- j' andoah Valley Clubg Wrestling Teamg As- , , ll sociate Business Manager "The Virginia S Techug Cotillion Clubg Monogram Club. N I N Ji. w 1 ii. 1 .xi , v el V- .l ,xl ig ll ,J ix! x. ,fu ,, X 1- 1 , i. 1 vi I l X .. vii ,J Irs ,. i is 1 iifil ix J ,. ll "PAT" fi?-C ' 1 'AJ Someone has said that no more atiigfy tractive personage roams the earth A than a "black-haired lrishmanf' Add 'Sy to that a genial personality, an abun- l dance of dry wit, and all the charac- it teristics of a real friend: the result is S "Pat" Barr-diminutive in stature but gigantic in accomplishments. 1' Besides the justly deserved military honors that have been conferred upon him, this Lilliputian captain of Com- 1, pany "B," as a member of the wrest- 1- ling' team, has established himself as Q a grappler of no mean ability. A'Pat," by his steadfastness of pur- pose, his powers of capable leader- ship, and his ability to make friends, is assured of the unlimited success that the Class of '26 most heartily wishes him. l 1 n TNQ is , : 533:11 fs-141. fg.ieTm..., V U ' - 7 '77 JQClfQ'1?Q?il'TCQ1i I 1 . 4-.--,Tv -F-------1 Q - -. - - - - - ------f ---- -- l I - ,...4..---,-.-..,-,s-,,...,-,-4-.,,., X ,,s,,,,,,, -,f,,,..b..., , 0 YQ .X- iii fk 'K X. Y - I 2.5 XNILLIAM IXING BONDURANT - M li S14 -ith St., Huntington, West Virginia ! 5 ' Illrclzarrif-al EIljlfllL'L'l'fll1Y 1 Q 5 1922-1922 , lf Private Company "B"g Gernmn Club: Fresh- JX man Truck Squad. Y IK lx 1923-11:24 4 'X Corporal Coinpuny "B": German Cluhg "Fal- l len Angel." 1 1924-1925 1 p Private Company "Bug German Club: A. S. l x M. E.g "Fallen Angelng Conipziny Football. 1 1923-1026 I Private Company "B"g German Cluhq "Skip- e VV, I pers"g "Fallen An-'fel"' A. M. E.: "Pusli- 4 i. -' 3 in' On C1ub": Ilafinrmfu- Club." E fSV'N-N' W""'i , J 4.--f-1 il "11'-f'1-Qipiiff M 2 2.1, I .'.E.1.f.-.lhfilibw ,Au it V FN! ,fi .-x al fre- ax ' ,ff -V ml X ,gf-SN -. N ix Ao ini F if xt V rx ", is, in ,-f fx, 1iiT:'l" 7 . n ,X . y.,,,,s.,,a2...m.....,.......,..............,2..2 ,.... x I I r.--.,..- ...L W. -.. --.N A.. .-.Y.--.-.--.-..--.M F ,Gilt S me . X 2 1 I , N xr" 1 1 , Y :N lj 1 Q , I I A 1 .1 lx ! I 31 K3 . ll ' 1 . X X , 5 - s two, - V, ,N A fi fri.. if X .. N 3 Cf T R " . Q ' To the west of us hes the land of X Hatlields. Mcfoys. and barbed wrre suspenders. and from th1s regron, hke a bomb from Il clear sky hurst th1s new star on the horizon of college . 2 hte at the V. P. :Incl I., as lt is known I Ill YVe5t Virginm. X I "Cat" has ahsorhecl Il well-rounded ' education. Hrs curriculum has not included the more learning' ot books. ,,,,f He has extended hls research to "la ' femme." and his tliscoveries have j been remarkable. I Dismissmg the role of gaiety. let 1 us say that his four years at college have been a success hoth eclucauon- ally and socially. He has worked hard to cl1st1ngu1sl1 lll5 name with 2. X DS., and there are many who feel proud to call him a friend. l I l ' ' , " .jiiir ""' 'Tj " 2.2, "'i" l Qx'QQi'KQQQ'iXxQN xx? 'x'5kQXqxf'sQ'x'a-Ni Q'AfXl5x1K"x"x'kx'x'is C2 R -.XQS j- 'Yif'x"'-frIX'x'fNf'Q"Xfx'xbxfi'-Q"1-."s 33,1543 '- 1 1 l 1 1 ,.I:,,,.,.. W. ts...,Q..x- ....msm,,m.i. . J' 1 -x, 1 r r, 15. 'l 1 L 1 l'T5Ififfvswiisvswe?s?iQ43SiQEQl?L?fQfflg19Qieilkzsaf t . 1 . Q X' 1. 1, 111 lil 1 . 51111121 1 1 '. 1x1 51111 l lzij 1 1 1 1 'lsr 1 1 1 . Q E GEORGE XVALTON COMER 'A I Vinton, Virginia E fy Civil Engineering 1 161 1922-15123 l I Private Company ll E3 2 1 5 xl 1 1923-1924 I l Private Company "B"g A.. C. E. llig 1 fig X1 1 1921-1925 me Private Company "B"g A. S. C. E. X g . ., 'lllxl 3, 1925-1929 Q Private Company "Bug A. S. C. E.g "Skip- 115 V1 1 persi' ,1 I Ill, 5 rw? 5 1 Hhs . Q j. 11 3 A' Q ,ji ll 1. Q1 it 3, t Q . '11 5? N ,'. if we 1 ' 'iff lik? 'll it-l -fe.-nf - V X'2i1fff"'l .11 1 1 1- gg 1- -1 jgf, 1 1 l' 1: ' : 1 11 511,71 :iff ' ,-2 XII ag-5 sy+g-11 , 1 C141 on--ir, :V tif 1 1. '-1'-f 4 1.1 11 '1 1 ,,1.,1 if xx. ' Q 1111 , ' 'Y , 9 1 l 41-4,-sfce Y 1 1 1 H....,m.,.,,...,,..,.,v.,,,,.,-c.,.,,, ,, 1g1.Qsig1?,'1J I - vm- A- 'N 11' .'f -Q, X.. Lf'TL'Ii'iL1,f.,.I.I M, l E--Aga 'Jr' SN" I tg-1 1+1gg1s-11 11 1l1,g1f 1 ' 11 3114 1.5 Il '11 If L11 1' 1,1 . .1 il ill l lil ll! 1 P1 31 1 151.1 I 1 11x11 1131 to V: 1,1 '1 l 'I if Eel 1. 1,1 ., 4 I X X 1 5 1. ill -'wALToN'1 1 1,41 .,.Xg,g1.v.1.J-1.,Q. 51g 'ei Y , ., 1111 it -'U :I A Xes, the above is "NVg1lto11,' tl1e oiiesyd LED XQJV 'Q H and only of l11s lC1I'lCl. He l'l31lS from" U 51.31 the little suburb of Roanoke, called 1? Vinton: but clon't judge him by tl1e A size of the town he comes from, for E WWEQQ he is big-hearted. 1 "lX'alto11" is just a quiet little boy, 1 :md seldom gives utterance to his 1 thoughts, but like many ones ot his l 153 511 type, when he Speaks there is 21 good I , 11 . . . 1 51 Q bit of xv 1 s d 0 m 111 what he says. ' 1,2 l Neither does he mal-ce friends pro- l llgyil miscuously, but when l1e becomes a y 31? friend he is one i11 the true sense ot l , 1 . . U14 tl1e xv o r d and will s t 1 c k by you 2 1s through thick and thm, That 'iNVal- I ton" will make a success 111 lite is , certain. i lf 1 K 1 all 1 1 E 1 1 1" 1 1 - l . il' 1 X 11 lllll 1 W1 1 il ' ' 1 11 . ' ,l N 1 .11 gl.. ., - ,TM 1..- flSfilm.tW......w.t4':H,fJ:,,.,.,--., Y Y V f 'k7lQEjfi?i-5 " l.l4??fT'f3:'s"g1,1rs, . , X .X sc i i i ii 1"1 - - 1 I 1 N .as - ill-W-:-ea,-2 ---,,.L.,..2,......,,1-..Q.,Q1E?fffflE7i'7,iii? l t 'ii'ffiviqsif-fffltfq-..:e1flex-uf-tw-r.11ii:.3xf:tienevrfLfgi:w'fg:1tsfv'S:Lii'i1ii'g 'QLf.-TTI1ii Q 1' '. V11 1 1--,1 i 1 .1-X1 fail 11 ' JOSEPH BAKER DEN1' Pulaski, Virginia F :ff-, l Civil Engineering 1 ,M1 1922-1923 1 11i'SL Private Company "B"g Southwest Virginia 1 lixft Club. 1 "T - 1923-1924 1 Corporal Company "B"g Southwest Virginia 1 11 HQ' Clubg A. C. E. 1 LQ.-X1' , ly 1924-1925 1151315 Private Company "Bug Southwest Virginia 1 Citing ix. C. 1 111. 1 1 11 , N11 1925-1926 1 . - ,, 111-.X1 l - Q 1 1 A, 1 Private Company "B"g Southwest Virginia i XX ILQJ1 Clubg A. C. E.g "Skippersf' , ' 1 X11 1 1 1 1 -Si 1 lxlw, 1 iam -'lx , l - ,A 1 1 -xffr -1 fwgw - t ,Q-fs M , 5 lx ' R1 -f,i1a-.-....x2....:..,...s..,..,.,..,.xt..ffs--ae...e:a.. , 1 I ', Tir: i ,lg sl 1 - -.. , ,112 ' 1 A tr ' 1 -x11 I 1- 1 ' 1 .,. 1 1 ,U , , 1 .XJ1 '1 1 ' , 1 1 , 1' 1 11 X1 1 , 1 1 11 1 .1, , 1 ,NL 1 ' 1 ' H11 1 Q' 1 1 Xl1 - .411 ' "JOE" 1111 X ' 1 -' 1 f-ff ' 11 V J iff, In September, 1922, Pulaski sent us - X 1:-ig '. an aspiring civil engineer in the per- ' 1 Qcfson of "Little Joe." His smallness of ' 'Cl stature handicapped him somewhat Q11 when looking through a transit, but. 1' being of a resourcetul nature, he pro- 1 Q11 cured a box to stand on and was thus 1 ' ,- able to c om p e t e with th e other 1 1 nClV1lS.n 1 1Q, I lt is rumored that someone in the ,1" 1-Q1 1 Lity ot Xl ashington receives a large UQ part of "Joes" Zll'l'CClI1Ol'I5-fT0l'Il the 1ijl,i"Xl ' K Y v 1 '1 1X1 number ot letters he gets we cannot 1111-Q believe otherwise. 1 F1 1. " ' ' 1,1 i N' hood things come in small pack- 11I1Q1 agesu: 'tis thus with "Joe" In the 1 ,911 four years he has been with us he has , won a place in all our hearts with his 1 ready smile. cheertul disposition. and .11Q1 1 willingness to work. To one with I1 I s uc h attributes we cannot predict 1 1 'K11 I anything but success in his Held of ix ork. 11,1 111511 i 1 In 111 ii 1 -! Q1 i111 1 , gt 1 - -lisa , , , f-- i., - , ,---2, , , :- I1-:fm 1 A H, X . X xx ,X ,, t .t set .1-'EFL so .N li vs .. 1.11:.gfgfffii-,., . - - .,Q,:.f,g,, Qlglljijffff'ifffifffiffifii77542-5f7 -il -W. ,.-...-.- -,..........w,A rr -N ., .. ,,,,,.-, ,,g.,,.,,,., ,-,,-,AA wk, F ll"4Ql ill-X ill 1 peql l la l ll? 1 ltr-i ARTHUR JAY GRAX' E Windsor, Virginia fd, Agricultural Education 'll ww - 95" 1922-1923 f N Private Company "B"g Agricultural Elluca- l tion Club. X 1923-1924 X X Corporal Company "B"g ,Xg'l'lC'LllUll'L1l Educa- 1 tion Club. ,J ,X 1924-192.3 ll X Sergeant Cuiupnuy "B"g Agricultural Educate tion Cluh. 1925-19213 Lieutenant Conipany "B"g Agricultural Edu- cational Club. X , . -1 - 'E X 1 1 ld "ii V- ll N T- gl"L-,. .v.' 4 5 ll X, riff '?liI'Tr-T' I if YZZS . - Y ,fisvii-" l li QX if - ' T 5 ll? . XXX . 1 . ,,f't- l ll x s. ,S -,X ,ff ' , L K XLR! l if,X.T Xl 1 XEXQX it QE-fflsgl? fl . l' N Jfgrgiix i .,:1 ' X X gxl H--A-----W-----M-Y-eh - 'Xll-'ill 4' :. l -, ...,., r ,. ,,., ,AH WAHM, .XP ,f l ll 1 ' ll---J , - lm f',T4,lf 'HQ so 1 l l l 1' "1 llllf' i X ' v ll 1. Xl l Xl lfg leg l " " " I l' 1, ,l I l I 1 ll rll l ,X 'J ly n A 2 " ,l:!'f' 1'-. X Exp " .fy , 1 l 'J X XX x-Qj25jg:fj,f" fl kd 55' 'A fl -3315. TN -X. '-Ui., v-L 1 . V Aj' 1 ,ml 171, i ' This rosy-cheeked, golden-haired..,yi ly 'lg 1 IRIX smiling youth entered the school ot 'r' X9 .X agriculture. was soon permanently 1 ' 'led dubbed "Aggie," and began to learn X - ' . how to better the farmnig in the ' X W' -N State of Virginia. He soon found l Z lX -Nl himself, and his academie record has 1 X'. . X X ,N been ulmye 1'ePl'OU.ClTy while his mth- 2 Eff: X ' tary achievements would be El credit ' ' X lk to anyone. His quiet disposition, ' is genial good nature, and true friend- fl ship have endeared the name "Aggie" l in the hearts of all of us. I' X The success he has had here, and the added impetus of his childhood sweetlieart, make his success in life only Z1 matter of time. fl'I1S love for her is surpassed by his love tor sleep X only. l XVh:it Tech loses, the State of 'Xirggiiiia gains: so luck to you "Ag- gie. Q . l . l Vi l l X3 li A g 'axl ll ly llf X , 1 . X' l 11-i""g:Tip g1g1i:g5j':""f':..gT:.:::11:4.gv4.-g..g1LL-"if" "' ' J" Ll 2 A 'i 1 A ,- ..l:g1i5i.,.XX!lL4 :,X2::f.sss..,-s,..,.,. ., ,A ,,e,,,s1sss .5s:1x.'-flfssxrxfxi QYXQQEQE :FS gsigqv. 1 it f-i r . X v l v X ll V. l t 3. , . 5. r. i. 4 ,t S. is r t T4 v Nl BX l Z. fs t Q S F F tl ga yd rt xi N K xx 3 i. l 1 wil A gi 1 fr Ft li Q li .1 ll tv l 1 :XLFRED RICE GRI-:EN Paris. Virginia EIf'v'f1'if'1II lz'l15liur'1'riHg 1922-15123 Private Conipuny "Bu: Slienaimloazli Talley Clullg Lee- Literary Sovit-ty: 'I'rat'k Team. ltlill-15124 Private Conipaiiy "BN: Slieimiitlonili Yqilley Club: Lee Lite-mia' Nor-it-typ lit-legate Inter- national Student Volunteer Convention, ln- dianzipolis, 19244925 Private Coiupnuv "B": Slieimn-lonli Valley Clulig Lee Lite-rzlry Society, 1923-151243 Private Cfmilvziiiy "B"ig Slienzin-lonh, Valle-5' Cluhg A. S. li, l-lg X. BI, l'. A. Czihinetg Company Football: Phi Kappa Phig "Skip- pe-1's"g "File Shutters," , g, 1. Q . x . xsuiffw lr' t,Q +. . sta . .i K. M7355 iff gn i33,-.:'.7.'f1- .I -1 -- 5 , 5 , , ' 3. -. --.,f.-.. ,.., .i . ,, , . ,, ,,,, ,, ,L , ,, ,, , ,, HGRQWLEY' ln the fall of 1922 "Grow-ley" ile- scencled from his native mountains of Clark County and came to us for a short stay. Une week of indulgence in the joys of "Pop" Owens' menus gave him ri nickname and 11 desire to stay, amd, incidentally, study electri- cal engineering. Since that time he has heen e at r n e s t l y pursuing that course and his efforts h a ve be e n crowned with many t'A's" and the new title of "Nine-halves." His in- terests have not been conlined to his studios alone, however, for he has taken an active part in student activi- ties and love. lYith a love for hard work, backed by unusual ability and a sterling char- RCICT. we predict nothing but a suc- cessful future for "Growley." g.ys.,., K R J 1 te -ff 'QIERRYH "XYlio is that tzill. zlwlcwzwcl lnnking 'rat'? He seems to he lost." lt was 'Qlei'ry" Harris shnrtly after his nts-t arrival. He conlfl not help heing' tall. anrl one cwnlcl not lmlame him for not fueling :it home, This was fmn' years ago. To-Clay H-lC'l'l'yu is 0116 Of the must promising' young men in his class. He p in s s e s s e s that coveted quality of ziccninplishing much with little etfnrt, hut he is hy no means lazy :intl invarhilmly sticks tn his pai'- ticulzn' task until it is linisheil, Be- eznise of his Ci'u:1tix'e minrl, fleter- ininntiim, ready wit. :ind natural ahil- ity, nut unly tw make friencls hut to keep them, we feel certain of his reaching a high pinnacle in life. s A1 Nl y . I'i'ii'z1te Pvivaite Club. Private Private pers"g HENRX' JEREMIAH HARRIS Pendleton, Virginia Iflccirictzl Elzyinccring 11722-1923 Cuiiipaxiy "Bug Mid-Virginia Club. 1923-1924 Coinpzxny "B" Central Piedmont 1924-1925 Cuinpuny t'B"g Lee Literary Society. 1925-1926 Company "BH: A. I, E. E.g "Skip "File Shutters." lx? Vi lp.. 5'-l N ,J N l ,A l ll ,w ll l VT Eb 1 sl lf-it 4 . king ., Y Q3 X "xi l . ix, Vx 5 1 x 'lvl ll 1 .1 1 i-Q4 xl-l ,Xl 'X lj .U v i 4 :K X. Q.. , gi . 1 ,y 21 .- N 1 my 5 4 5.1 I' 4 Ni Q, lg li S F3 lf. j Ei lil id Xl ls l - l is Q 3 gl gd RX, :Q l ELT' :ju .lj i'-x .Q 'Sl l'J X, -,, Q, .M 4 is 2 .4.. ..,...-X .v..:..Ye 321, ,eg ,, ...J..L.L-. V .-Lau 31- Y . . 12553. ggi ,T--wwe.-1--... H- ,.-, .-. .. - . . . . . . ., . iQilTs:T3s'5. s"f'd ."Cs-- X. is K -.ssssss,Dense,-,-.1,,.ssgi,s,,. 1 A 1 f , ,,,, 3 , .,.,..fs,.--., T-,-,vi f ,... .,,,.., ...Y Y. it , Lvl f .TN i EN. .Xt i 'x , rv ' 'Ax its . .A l .x iX 1 . .X l is R: , A ik its ,A is LR it 5 S il tr Elixir lil il .xl A1 l il gil? l 5 I i l is-1 l Will 'gli lip: i .. il ir! .51 i M ii if' 'l lx. X . -I l it l l l I , l 5 R it Q e i ,i it he CARL GEORGE KRIEGER, IR. Portsmouth, Virginia :ljlI'fL'llIflII'11i Iflryinccrilzgf 1922-1923 Private Company "D"g Portsmouth Clubg Clerk "The Virginia Tech." 192341924 Corporal Company t'IJ"g Portsmouth Clubg Reporter "The Virginia Tech"g Treasurer, A. S. A. E. 1924-1925 Sergeant Company "C": Portsmouth Club: Publicity Agent Y. M. C. A.: Vice-President A. S. A. E.g Managing Editor "The Virginia Tech." 1925-1926 Lieutenant Company "B"g Portsinouth Club: President "Bachelors Clnb": President A, S. A. Eg Associate Editor H1926 Bugle"g Sci- ence Clubg Business Manager "The Virginia Teeh"g UK. ic K."g Cotillion Club. fa Y .4 .... ,im M ..,, y I 3- 5 f"-.. X - l V i l . R -. . jf 'Ll A 'au "DUTCH" If there has ever been a "lack-of' -trades" at V. P. l., it is "Dutch" Krieger. He, being exposed to agri- cultural enginecring, has developed a very keen sense of appreciation for all kinds of rural development. ln fact. he has often been heard to ex- press his ambitions along channels that pertain to-anything but agri- culture. But we are not surprised! "Dutch" made a hue business inan- ager of the "Tech" this year and has set quite a record in "barracks sales- manshipf' It is reported that he sold diamonds to Kavanaugh, which is generally accepted as a highly com- mendable feat. May your worldly career be a rep- etition of your career at V. P. l., "Dutch," and may you have all the happiness that the world has to offer. i Em-I-qt lx ...:.....m,.s,w.,..,-:,..,.3L'af.m-muigaesl.sv-.. ...Taxa -.- ..-a 4. ss.. efi'1...., .,,...,. D. .. YXN X q3Qi'ii'flfiifgi'f'fT"-.f'-STQSQQhifi'QIL'-iEiS5:QT75iE"i ii?i'li ?f?.Qf'.fI7s iff-f1Q.lT:i.f''QfLl.s.' V - - - - --W-ff -.., .. ..,., T. A . - .af -1--ti-,-fi:.-.., -aww . -. Q A Q .1 fi ,, 3 ill i lx ill' Q-L? 12-1 ' Di! Wi E-QQ . 1-1 1 A . i I 2 .ill e. il E-Ti' lx? . iii! W til ,lil i' gi i,-4 N mi dx' ,' l llll lX . :-iz . . i .ti 1 srl .,. g'-Jil ,. Emil i 5' Xi mr 'slr . . , v-1 1 lil? Mel lsli xiii V 2' will . it ,. , ffl I lx. 55 Fx i 1 l bl' fx li .X . lr! El Y Xi iii Q I . li iii! s 74 Et. lxu Fx X x id 1 EJ id .Xi 'Xia FSH H V " UTY V TTST 'ill-T'-I i'i'i"51"f1ff:!'Q -'FF F'?"'31:'TF31 'Kr 1,13'a1T'rC'K X XXX xxx l r I I s 5 i u i l l 1 l Lmwooo BAKER MCCLOUD S23 Rive1'vieu' Ave., Portsmouth, Virginia Ciril Ell1lfIIf'1'l'fIlfl 1922-1923 Private Company "Bug Portsmouth Clubg Business Stull "The Virginia Tech." 1923-1924 Prirate Company "B"g Portsmouth A. b. C, E. 1924-1925 Private Company "B"g Portsmouth Clubg l A. C. E. i 1925-19215 I Private Company "Bug Portsmouth Club: 5 A. C. E.g "Skippers"g "File Shuttersug i "Pushin' On Club." 7 ti 'wifi . fm-r'moY'o"fff " .1 1' 1 -efaiifosf5J.?g,f?a25sZfl,?'J -2:17 97 7' -C: for '-3fTw:j'1 ,.s 'T 1' N? 1 jf ,fsffsf -Xgitf? V I,-2-N X. ' - A i vsmfr T- 4.95 Tris, f ml- 1? '- , 'i?.i:y.5ixvi:-i A . NY lf' T+-Mlefihraiia HAY! Af sa-..,f.,....... -wfvaam -f e-.---.....,-::.5f3T--- Q.qswro A.. R' ff! irxtrfnr.-111,11 uf .fl',-'Q l I' ' W 1 -.fb .- JAN, ie Vizfvmf 'T' ,Af V :Q if R H F, , c, FF? 2 iz 1 5 " all if 'l ,Af 54 ' v E ii ,v it I ' 41 Xl l u al V 3' HU ij 2 ' 's bi!! MP im 33? f t . . '- ,.,,.. , , . "K1p hails from "way down eastuyis' l Lf 5 -1 .1 LQ fi , . . -. ' . 1: A X ' + ,. 'fG.'S.rN ,. - Kes, Portsmouth is h1s home, and he .Y Q, 1.j-.x,q- IS proud of rt. He came to Tech four i - Q .... ' 'VN4 s ,'1'f2?.'HQi1'f " years ago with the avowed purpose 5 x .. '- of getting the most out of college ' . - - mess. .- - - " at w ., .- , l1fe. He d1d. In the years to come ,lf ,figii we shall probably read of the great ' gf , - .. - - 1 -',- - . 5 .... 1 ' works of 'N1p, for he is a typical NL. X ? yjtzi-jjijb C1Vll engmeer from his heart out: and V ' -s"ff'f'f:f1 '1 ' 3- "-" -t-s 1 . we l be proud to call h1m an alumnus X ,N or . . 5 Q ,.,. . :saws--f ts: """mf ...ar , j - of old Tech. X . . .R k - -.Q - ---,- Q-wM5.,,i,.ssigQEk A . .wa zzfesqxzasji From the very hrst he had the idea xlt,,,Q.xf,t,,,1,.,.1 of attammg the rank of "Sk1pper." - ' f 'fi-.-si., -' Tt'Pw1s- L- +- x::1fsf" Followmg m the footsteps of those Q "non-believers 111 mihtary ways" of f . . .WN-3, -1 5. ,mg , the classes before hllTl, he IS now a 355 . full-fledged member of the '26 group. E "g li NV1tl'l one of the hrlghtest records of 3 . any Here's to "'Nip' a joll Good 1 V-wa WOW- l l I ,'. - 1 - H V -Y is V L Muff .. Y M..- 747.4-.-,-.-.4 L., W., ,- --f-,,-Y--L-, V--Y--1,-Ya,,, ,. Y .aa an :LA-..,g--Y,?f-,f -A -1, 1' Y - ' ''QQQ315341ggliSfliEffi..17QTSL3.:f7fl321iif3'SSLN X. 1 X r .X Clubg l i'r sl ,-,i . xi ,xl li-J N iN lx X, lp ,N lil igi .yi 5 ff Qi N Q ill lfxl l 'w K N. LX li .N lli "F TQ Q xl E5 .. L3 ll il xl ,sl l v i Xi , 1 i ,ti .xi wi M1 i , 'gi V-i i,, ,- 2 'gd ' ti ,ai til itll X l 'Xl as l ffl fl . Xi , xl :Xl 'xl ,gl X ll cl Zfll 99 , , ul :pl 'Xi 1 5-. i . 1-i :Qi lc! ' ,I i tx! ,tl '-l lil ,-,l l tl ,U wi FRANCIS M01-1Li2R 224 F115 ette Street, Staunton, Yi1',2'inia1 Private Fmiipiiiiy "Bug Sliviiairidmili Y: Cluli. Private Cwnupiiiiy "B"3 Slieinnuliuii Iilnwiriwrzl Eilgfiiirwwiizyf lty-m,1t,-ng 15123-1924 Clubg Ar-aileiniv II41uiu1's. 1924-15425 Private Coiiilniiiy "B"g Slieiuiiuloiili Ynllvv Cluhg A, I. E. lx. 15323-151213 Private Cmnpainy "B"1 'tSkippers": Shen- anflozih Valley Cluhg .L I. E. E,g l'hi Kappa Phi. 4-W f- iw --Y- illey h Valley --uciy' "Hi there, Bud! XX'hatcha yu gun- na do to-night ?" lt's none uthcr than "Bud" Mohler himself, and he has something up his sleeve you may be sure. lX'hethcr it's a trip, a hridge game, or an engineering priulmlcm, "Bud" is gating to persuade you to join him and put it across in the best style. Coining from the City nf Stzumtim, famous for its many institutiuns of education and other things. he at Iirst caused us to ligmk upon him with suspicion: but the Ilrst term grades relieved all our suspicirin and we crin- cluded that "Buds" mind was quite sound. The ability to make high marks. coupled with the ability to make friends, is hound to mean a suc- cessful career fur "Bud," GE ORCH MONTRIEF NOELLV, IR. 523 Nancy St., Clizirleston, West Virginia Private Conimi rcinl FlIglfJ1l'f'l'iIIfl 1 92 2-1 923 Cuinprlny "B"g Company Footbullg COIIIDIIIIX Basket-baill. Corporal Conipnny Sergeant 1923-l1I2-l Coinpnny "Bn: Colnpnny Footballlg ' Husker-hull. 1924-1925 Cmiipnny "BU: Cnnipany Football Company Basket-ballg West Virginia Club. Lieutenn bull. 1925-1926 nt Cmiipniiy "BH: COIHINIIIY Foot- "l-OCKjAlX"' A From the lzincl where men are inminshiners, therc camc In Tech Z1 lzul with curly gtmlduii locks and il con- tZlQ'lHl1S grin. Frmn the outset it was zlpparcnt that this son of Cliarleston wus to he an iiutstzinfling mcmhcr of the Class of 'Zh His rather modest tcinpcrament has precluclcfl his par- ticipution in many activitit-s, yet he is Une of the must witlcly kiioxvii :intl geiicrally well-liked men on the Cam- pus, His personality is uf such fl quality that it procliices a flcsire ti, cultivutc his inure intimate friend- ship. "Monty," as hc was more endear- ingly tcrmefl, has every giinzl wish of his clussmzitt-s fur the zittziinincnt of his undertakings in the wifle. wide world. -s . X.-tt,--, .-.XX-s-. xxx -7- H V Y Y -- - Y Y .. W Y W ,Y ,..,,..---,..-,,.. ..,s. ,-t,---.,-,..M- .-,s.-s--,.s.g .gssil 1 , i i v 4 i If 14" X, 531--. , 'hw iiidi l'i'1-Q3 i'i'.1 i WNY, ii-.51 ,lifil .1-Q15 fy -Eh V11 'rt ifX,i AZQJJ 'lix fl li-xx., ,ll-W. I "Xi Vfxfl xiii VF,-.YXQ V?-:yf fi IQ MN? VU' 'iffNi l -iff" 4 i-591 1 will QJLAT ' f4.si 152553 jffii-I., Mig? X ll" i, , X' , i ,l. .M 'i ii Ulf ii:-xi il 'A 3 Ei is ' iii ff' l iixkvz ,tg f i X f -X, ix Ei ,X , EX, 1 isi ,!1r.fNi lixfi n-1 I 9 1 -J Slftj. Viiif-it in :ii imii it-,ji n my . ft.: l -sl , .six ixx iii?-ll I. , as i' .xy ti l ifil . , 71'Xi X, . M iq l mp, 4, :ILA tj- ,, H2551 ii Liss' 'ful' ,i-. ' N 1 X! 'Zigi ,i .xii liix fl -.l ill x i lel N X i i. 6. fl l l s l l l i l 4 1 XVILLIAM JOSEPH NL'CKOI..LS Vigor, Virginia .'lfll'0IlUIll1l 1922-1923 Private Conipuny "B"g Central Pie-lmont Club 3 Horticultural Society. 10231924 Private Company 1924-1 925 Private Cimxpziny 192.3-19213 Private Coinpany "Bug "Skippers.' 1 tw. 'QTOINTSU Back in .Xugush 1922. ,livseph lim'- rowecl the family zixe ainl started cut- ting his wily Hut of "thc sticks." Hy September he hail reaehell the rail- road, and by lmiik :mil crimlc man- agefl to arrive with the rest fvf ns boys. Xlvell. nearly four years have rflllecl past and he has enr'le:irec,l himself to all of us. He zilways has a smile and a goml wnrcl f-'lr CYC1'j'lWHlj'. :mil has priiweii himself Z1 true frienfl. As might lie expected. he timlc Ag- roiioiny. and, because of his interest and harrl work. has climlveil high in his 5 t u cl i C 5. We feel sure that if "Joints" Carries tlirougli life the in- terest and energy which he has shmrn here. he has an great success in stinre for him. -.....?-.-. .-.V .V-... ,..--. . .,.....,-..,... J, ..- .--ee ..- .. . , ...- . . A . .g ,. .., ., ,E ,.. , ei, nt xg ' f f . QQ ' z 1 , 1 Y.. .,,, .4 gif.-..-rm. 4- fq:.:::.E.:wer4K:::e:.-i:- - , ' ' 1' V' ' """1' i'727"f'iT"Tf""7T5ff'f"77'75q1?"':, QESTXTT :XLAN Axneicsox PORTER North Paul Stu Stouglitun, 3l2lSSZlClHlS9ffS f'iril 1fl1jlfll1'1'l'lHj! 1922415123 I'1'ix'ate Colnpnliy "Bn: Cosinupnlitam Club. 1923-11124 i I i l Corpui-al Company "Bug Cnsnmpolitzln Clubg A. s. C. E. 11124-15025 Sergeant Conlpuny "Bug Cnsnmpolitnn Clubg X N C E 15425-119211 l Lient.e-nant Company "Bug Gerlnnn Club: A. il C E f Y 1- V gtg, ' g,,,4s, ,-,-.,A , ,,, , , . x Y- ".-XLJXN' "Oh! 117110 is that handsome Of- ticer F" "Do you mean the one with the school girl emnplexirm? NVhy that's Alan Porter." Such remarks always bring to meinrvry the lirst time we saw him, He was just a dis- gruntled "rat," weary of assisting the Soplminores, and slightly dazzled by the wmnders of Blaclcsburg, for, you see, he had just arrived from the little town of Philadelphia. Now he is wearing three stripesg but though he has been beset with military ambitions and pursued by the ladies. he remains just a "regular fellow," always willing to advise a "rat," or help one of his many friends. 1Ye feel that he is getting the best out of life. . ,- ,,x ,Wi , v ii .,. f .1 g ,fldy 'l Fl ,Vt gill 1,1 1, I, L iif l 1 .f tk t ,V+-L, ,LH Y i V V f V W xi f U ww-Y H Y Y V VY V V 'HV Y LLQ y,,,m,L,-4,,s',,t.g ,QQ .:Q':j:.:Q.:.L...lQ. ll l fl fl l li l l, li l '4 11 In .21 my li l 1. 1 i E, i s C E V: ,E 1 l l is it l 4 i i lg x I I I 1 e l 1 A nf li? ' X X ,, ,B-.1 I E' gg 1 'su , t 4 132 l ., xi .Q el av fir --X1 'Ty X f- l Liu ' .xi l ' xkl , fu r l i ill :lf iii? , -in 1' l :Q51 QQ .4 ml ,, .vw N, "il -.4 lx ,,: ll ,W 'Q E l r-dz R. M, tif l bi 3 LX l N 1 bl bil PJ I D23 km 1 0, ' 5. B ..x 5 ta 9 tl Q fi 31 bl 1 l VN gt -'s 'Qi if--5 g Ffi 5 x it I Wg l mx ol ip' Pj N lki gg 'Rx xx-I ,xl ' ..1 x -.S I "Gi L ,r W. I BEvERLv NIXON RICE 406 North Main St., Winchester, Virginia S1101-ful CIIl'I'fl'IIlllIll 1922-1923 Private Company "Bug Shenan-lonh Valley Club! Cotillion Clubg "The Virginia Tech Blinstrelsf' 11423-1924 Private Conipany SllE9Il1ll1tlOllil Valley Clubg Cotillion Club. 192-L-1925 Private Company "Bug Shenannloah Valley Clubg Cotillion Cluhg "The Yirginia Tech Minstrelsf' 1925-1926 Private Company "BU: Shenmnloah Valley Clubg Cotillion Clubg "The Yirginia Tech Minsrre1s." , , 1 1 E i , W Mnnlff f lmfff'-+7fffm7fff if 5 1' B B B it ve ,, .. tx, fklqli , 4 At- liz . "BEY" Four years ago the "Huckleberry" breezed into the thriving metropolis of Blacksburg with a cargo of "rats" but no "Bev" Rice was among theme- he had learned of the incomparable service of this far-famed railroad and took a taxi. Unlike the most of us, "Bev" pos- sesses an abundance of those qualities considered as highly desirable: the appearance of an Apollo. the "war- ble" of a Caruso, the t'dogs" of a 'Vernon Castle, and the "line" of a fisherman. If success in studies, in college ac- tivities. and in fo rm in g staunch friendships may be indicative of life hereafter, we predict that "Bev," with his congenial spirit, determination, and innate ability will reap a success. il :Q4L.a,g.s.-ge.e,s,,.-.., BBeg,,e,,-,i--.Q,, 1 ,.., , ..- e , , . , ,, , ,, , , -W,-Wg-..-...- . . H Y . ---ivviv-Vw--... --.-..,..-.--.-.,-.- M-A----7-.--..-Y.-.....v-...-.........l t Q, , N ---- . :P"' 'S "STEVE" "Hey! You 'rat' with the umbrel- la! XYhere are you frmn So en- tereil "Steve," the boy from Lewis- town, Pennsylvania. Fur the next few :lays "Steve" cliseariled the um- brella to assist in carrying trunks. Unlike most of the hnys, he man- ageil to ramble througli his "rat" year with 0 ut military aspirations. lluring his Sopliiuniiwe year, how- vt-ar, his cle s i re rns e-a nd fell. "Steves" strong pnint is tennis. and he may often be fnuntl spending his spare time on the courts. ln the four years that he has been with us, "Steve" has proven himself to he a hartl worker and a loyal frienil. XYe wish him much success in the future. DONALD LEE STEPHENS 105 Ac-:uleniy Hill, Lewistown, Pennsylvania L'I1'1-frivrzl Engineering 1922-1923 Private Cuiiipmly "Bug Cosmopolitan Club. 1923-1924 Private Cnnipnny "Bug Cosmopolitan Clulig Cl1'Clll21fi0I1 Manager "The Virginia Techfl 1924-1925 Private Company "B"g Assistant Business Manager "The Yirginizi Tech," 1923-1926 Private Company "Bug "Skippers"g A. I. E. E.g Maury Lite-r:n'y Society: Varsity Track Squad. l A Pl' 55, il 1:5 'l ,gr ti Ll .. .ll l i -Til il :ily .1 X. l r Q i l .Xi gl i i i i 5 el 'N leg fm i sl l " i 1,1-1 s . Qt i if my lx: t 25 N tx 2? Q Ffh ii iN 'iN ,x the N QR N fx l lik l,X ill fi its n lv N. 'Sgr . . .. ....:4:-.seam.,..............,,..,,....,,....m.....,,..,.,et.,:,.Q.......,e.: 'A 2 ' ' ' U l l l v i i K xx iii wi iiili 'xi V-xp: ' x-Xl , 1-X: if' in lil fig QQ. I xl 'X E li- iifl x A, Fx lr rx! 'Xl lu iss lbs to-I "x ! ' xi E :Rl Q fy V lkxl I X. . 1 1 Y P ,tv .fu N1 H i :fd ' l l N1 E l l ,. A I roi I .-X I I 'Xi i in 1 'Tig 'i N Qi N. FX , x F-. as N , tx :F v 14 5 N 'X lx' 5 Q Et 1 r EDXN'ARD BRIGHAM TAYLOR 928 Ann Street, Portsmouth, Virginia Citi! Ellflillvwillgl 1922-1923 Private Company "Bug Portsmouth Club. 1923-1924 Corporal Company "Bug Portsmouth Club A, S. C, E.g German Club. 1924-1925 Sergeant Company "B"g German Clubg A. S C. E.: Portsmouth Club. 1925-19213 Private Company 'tB"g German Club: "Fal- len Angelsug "Skippe1's"g Portsmouth Club "File Sl1lltf9l'S'yQ "Straight-S Clubf' 1 'RIYG' ,fu XZI "ED" Swishing ripples softly ask the sands in that city by the sea, "The little brother that we cher- ished Cwe're lonely? where is he? Have the mountains drawn him from us, XYould he for learning shun us, Ur will he from the hills returning come again to you and me?" The sands would reply that educa- tion had lured "Ed" from Ports- mouth to the mountain fastness of V. P. 1. Quite like the calm of the sea and deep as the depth thereof is "Ed.', His ambition is to be a civil engi- neer and his hobby the "structural details" of air castles. Here's to you, "Ed," May you face life with an unfaltering courage and everlasting' determination which over- comes the diificulties of your path, and may honor and success be yours. 4 I y xx -- - - - ---zfsfzz-.T.:iL.--....--.,..-Q.-..- fs If .--. 12.1.1-1. -1-L1--.11-f::1.:ee::f.-me :-1-.1 -use-1--it-.ist-1-,1,-s -A.-L, as-,re-sf-: eq? -.-- J .-F, kv---- ,, ...Y 'fT'4TCf'1T'1F4 .NF'?NiTT'4?iI'f'fZTff4Cil"'TiSEifQf7Ti5T Elifl ifiiffsfli1312-2f1'i2ffi?F'i"iffifQjff'P'"QQ 'Wim wr?- x k 1 S- xx N : :gifs 'U . '1 .QT , Xb "LACY" "Cagy" is a native of Blaclcsljmuro' ' - ?'y1,-I l .PF 'tk . x hnrn on the shady shore or Strouble s A 1 W 3- -Q '- -r creek. XYhen a mere lad he navigat- ed this mighty stream. Thinking that Francis possessed the qualities of an "old salt," his father wished him to attend the Naval Academy and become a rfiver of the seas: but the 5011, who was stricken with the Spirit of adventure, wandered far from home and signed up at V. P. I. He started with an enviable record, but his Old nautical instincts brought him to the ranks of the "Skippers." ln classes he is a natural "scribe"g but outside, his ready wit, good na- ture. and ability to fool the "quins" makes him a welcomed member of any party. 1 '1 4 1 gl 4 1 1 1 5 1 1 i ' Y i e 1 1' if.QLge-Q33gi5:li.::': 1Zg::g311:1.t::.g3i'1gff111551 lily l 1 11134-i 1 1' I , 1 M1 1 11 'N11 f' sl F , , . 11. fmxcrs DANIEL XVILSOIN, IR. 1 1 X1 Blacksburg, Virginia 1 1 ' Jlcclranical Engineering 1 i 1 1922-1923 11',Ql1 Private Company "CU: German Cluhg Fresh- i1 'fail man Fnutbnllg Freshman Basket-hall. mei 1923-1924 11,111 ' I Corporal Cmnpany "CHQ German Club. 1 .1 lj , 1 1924-1925 lui Sergeant Company K'B"g German Clubg A. S. if 1 M. 15. 1117X 1 1925-1926 1 l11fX1 1i'l'iYG1t.9 Company "Bug German Clubg "Skip- F1 Wil pers"g A. S. M. E.g "Pushin' On Club." 1 1-, 11 N N 1 1 .11 if-f 1 : ' X: 1 1 1 11, F xg- - -- - 1 1 , 11l 1 1 ' 1 1 1 11 1 I 1 . 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C- ,.e..--,,. ,, 253.-:gal-ssiiffjfsl-:1-1le,- ,, Y, . fff, ,. is-wi' A -- :-sc" " ' s . -A-AY' V ,AKA is if S xx R XVALTER CLYDE XVORLEY lx' 1514 Fillnmre St., Lyiiehliurg, Virginia Jlfllflljj Iiizfliriceriizgl A EI 1922-1923 K' Private Company "Bug Fresliman Footballg KX Freshnian Bl1Sl'iEt4lJllllQ Lynchburg Club: Q Mineral Club. :lx 1923-11024 Corporal Company "B"g Varsity Football 'X Squad: Varsity Basketball Squadg Lynchl id burg Clubg Mineral Clubg Assistant Manager Track. 1924-15125 fr' Private Cniiipnuy "BH: Varsity Football Squad: Varsity Basket-ball Squaidg Lynch- -Q biu'g Club: Mineral Clubg "Fallen Angelsug Sl Assistant Manager Trzickq "The Virginia Tech Minstrels." Qi 1925-19211 Privalte Company "B"3 "File Shutte-rs"g 'fi Lynchburg Club: Mineral Club: "Fallen EJ Anglesug "Pushin' Un Club"g "Shippers," 1 :fl wi 121 tl ig -1 - 1 . -.4 'xl 1 'sf -I .Iii 1 Rl ii Di QL N Fx 1 R N N s X E lx x. i ' l . ,' ' 1 5 is f 'lf - 'xl 5 3,-X 1 is i 'ii Q ' Niiiiai-9' -. 3212-1 l 1 1, ir X: 1 ' l, "CLIP" "KYait a minute. girls. lJnn't rush so: this is only his picture." Tu those who have never had tl1e privilege of seeing' him, let me say that this pic- ture presents "Big-Hearted Clip," the Senior niining class of Tech. He came here four years ago full of am- bition to become an electrical engi- 11eer. but he soon realized that he would get dmvn to the lower regions sooner or later: so he changed to mining in Order to make it srimler. Besides being big-hearted and a miner, he is a line specimen of young manhood. Everyone that knew him intimately will join me in saying that they never met a truer friend, better sport, or all around gond fel- low than "Clip" Wvorley. J rs RTX .Q.g.e:Lfeefff,f.. ,-,. sf .,.f 1.44 ,eff---ffm f- , -f . ,V -W . ,me ew, - ,q-sewn-s. -' 3k'T"'Cvs.sC5'Ql'Qfif.1Ql'i1Q,sfli' fgg L11 CCW' ii' K ' ' i A C 1'rP'A?fig.-fvrwy-w- 52 . -1 A ,.f1w1fm1.f.Ni.1LL CD U3 111 C71 U3 A 11. CD G3 11. G3 L' -T1'IQT'Li131'TJl' J Ji :W 1 'HAR-' 1 11 1 - -1: V-- V 11- -A 1,114.1 riff gag-1 '1' I-I 1 111 11 'B 1 ffvfl 1' V E Y E If G L E Y -1 Q L 6 V if .MNAXV X15 1qix,x, .QL31A54,L4-.:-E1 LLL? - if ,f fini A - W' -S L L - 1 1fE?M1,11-i J P11151 1 W-NY A ww H M . C 1 A141111 z 11 1 1, 1 1 1 1 , 1 11411 1 1 I 1 1'1J! 1 1 J 1 1 1 1 1 as 99 1 . 11 1 1 1?5f?1 1' Olfmlpihlly 1 1116 11 1 1 1 1 ' SERGEANTS 1 11 'WU1 1 1 5 1144111 1 F. E. ADAMS, First Sergeant 1 ' 11151411111 L. E. MOIIRISSETTE, Supply Sergeant 1 4 1 1 , QQA111 J. A. STAPLES L. B. PROCTER 1 11 11 VQ1 S. F. CARVER R. S. TAYLOR 1, U11 M. M. PRICE J. R. DIAMOND 1 1 1 1 F411 R. L. ROGERS 1 , .1 gf 1" Cf CORPORALS M1 1,1 11 C. D. AIKEN , N. S. PHILLIPS 1? 1 15 C. E. FELTNER F. C. WEAVER ' 1'Q11 1 VV. O. LEIGHTON ' ' 1 A. E. SADLER 1 1 1,1111 1 11 P 1 A 1, 3 11 RIVATES 1 rg" 1' 1 11,1 1 G. M. .LXNDES H. L. DUNTON B. D. HOLLAND J. G. MX'ERS 111 3 '13 1 J. M. BAIRD E. H. EARMAN J. JACOBSON H. G. NAVE 1'f 1-Q-1 H. B. BENNETT G. C. FARMER B. E. JORDAN J. A. PALMER 1 1'lf.11 5 G. H. BENTLEY J. P. FLOYD J M. JORDAN F. P. PELTER M. BOGGS W. C. FRANK P B. KIBLER ' C. B. RIDDICK gy 11?1'g1'. J. N. BOND W. S. GAY P H. LASH D. R. ROLSTON 1 "11U11111g A. D. BOWEN T. A. GILLS B M. LAWSON H. A. SATTERWHITE 1 W A. BURTON E. T. GILLS T R. LEADBEATER N. SCHEINMAN 1 f 111,1f,111Q M. L. CALLAHAN J. A. GILLS G L. LOCKVVOOD H. L. SEIDMAN 1 J11'41'1111 D. S CLARK A. N GIBSON L J. MCBRIETY R L SHEPPE 1 1, 1 . . . . .111j1 W. T CLARK L. S. GRANT L R. MCCLUNG R. M. STRICKLER 1 11 EOBB G-IUTHRIE 2 BLECNEIL CMSEROTHER 1 11, A1 1 . . OLEMAN . . AMILTON . ARSHALL . . TUART ' 1 D511 A. G. COLLINS R. C. HARREL C L. M.ARTIN F. VV. THOMAS ' 11511 C. H. CULPEPPER E. M. HARRIS T S. MATTERN W. T. TURNER 1 1 1 E. A. DE BORDENAVE R. C. HARVEY D L. MILLER G. N. THRIFT 1 1 1 211 1 V111 1 J. H. DEIEERT J. VV. HAX'ES M. I. MILLER R. J. WILLIAMS 1 1115.fJ1 1' P. H. DEW E. N. HENDERSON G. B. MORRIS R. M. WRAY 1 11 'C11 ' VV. VV. DOUGHTIE M. C. HODOR L. P. MURRY R. T. YATES ' 1, 1 1 11 Af 1 . - ..... . .1 1 .... . ..., 1 . .. 1 1 1 11' 1, 1 ' 1, 1 12131. V- A- 11 -I' 1 A 1- 5. A 3? ' 1 1 1 'f- Ng? Af' -'1 1 "'i '1 fix gf 11 1 1 1 1 1 4 1 I 11 111 "Tir A 1 X , A 7 ' RX. 1 4 ' 11 1 1 fy-Z 1 X -.S,.,s,,1 .gift 1- 1 1 111,11 , 1 Q 11 11 '111 . 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PUMPHREY X' xl: fm: ,g1 qx, wx ' 2 X , M tml MXN ,v.' 1' '4 Y 1 A - A 5 I : 1- f-L--' .b hx F 1 ,lj W W. ...Q V' 'MN WN! Lili ,M ,, aww 21' lwl 1' wa ,.u WM wk V lv M if ME W xy my .., Ali-, ..,--- . . . - . , :.--- J V , 1 , 1 V 1 f w .. wrt 4- 4-1, ,.., ji: iv.-.-1-x Sponsor MRS. J. XVHITLEY, SuHollf:, Va. f 'if x, If .if ,- g ,331 V.. Y..-...-..- A. . Y. N.. --, .. ---,s .. Y Y -i-.....--..,-....,.. ..,...,.,., 5 W .- ---.,-..,....--.,-:4.1:.4.1x.-f.4...- - ty-azmqfv W fer' -Yj":--z3.y.'-:sq 1 tj W-1-ff we 'W--11'--New-'rfw11:1 HARVEY BURWELL BENNETT Calvertoii, Virginia Jlcclzaizit-al Engineering 1922-1923 Private Coinpany "C"g Freshman Track Squad: Central Piedmont Club. 19231924 Efigite Cumrvany "C"g Central Piedmont 'u 5 Rifle Club. 192-l-1925 Sergealit Coinpany "CHQ Central Pieilniont Club: Rifle Clubg A. S. M. E. 1925-19243 Private Ctmipaiiy "L"'3 Senior Privates: A. S, Bl. E. tt . A-least, .tw "BOKL'S" "XYhere is B e ll ll e tt ?"4a very familiar phrase nniong the Mechani- cals. He is :1 "scribe," but we had rather know iilllil as just plain "Bn- kusf' with his wit, and pleasant smile-the kind that XY4'1Il.t wash off. For four long years he has been a true "skipper," althnugh he hung his head in shame for a few months while playing the role of sergeant, You will never lind him tivo busy tw lend a helping hand. He values his time very little whenever he can help one in need. Surely, no one cuulcl possess a better trait than that. T11 know "Bokus" is to know a man, and, though we will never hear abuut it from him, we will some day learn of his success. l lil? i "X 'NX litxl ellie in Y' 'lt 1 it 11255 111i 525 E191 MGR lie? hfliff WY gig 11Fxl iilli-Q 1111-Q illfsl 11?1ql lxiitl l1j'N if.-Q1 iii.-Q1 ll 1 1 f 'l Q1 Zlh -N1 :ii-'KN lllfbl ill'-. 1,'ilQ1 Mild 'Mil liliil Mig? itll Il'1k 1515 115 i .l ll lx 1 N X2 ll is .MIX 1 N331 els Ii? 'H X ll? its HN li 5-if 'lil Ellis: 1 51" 1 l':ll.1i 1v ,1.y N -- s f .1 1 Q - 5. 31. -1---,f:...a-.1 -.gt-fr-,vsmvfm qfssgcfv- s x X X ' x xg' ' - 1-- ff A--- - fsm- -- P 7 - -V - sn- K A . .-. -.ss...s.-.44.-.4sJ:sg4m.r- .Nels 1:-LLL sJsQ,gQsb.' ,N I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I II I I II ,-.. -qv-vi" I ' , E' H T -Z..,,. y. ,112 . .-. I , V . I Lk 1-iw--5-ghd I -N UN I Q I II QQ I xg I Ii I NI I I I ' QI , Y IIQII XX ILLIAXI XX oon BURKE II .XlII!0lll2lll4lX, Yivginizt II I H11-r'fri1'1lI I:'llglflIn'L'1'illy Ibil was-1:I23 IQ P-.. I- , I nmte LOIIIIMIIIQ C. I I INII 1II2:s,1II24 'X I Corporal Coluipmuy HC." - 1502-1-18425 I Qimrternulstev Sergeant Collipaln' "C" ,II ima-1s+2I1 I I LiEllIfEfllEllll Coinpaxny "CH: Vice - Presb I Senior Class. X Ib I I A X I I I I ,N I I Q Itx I ,IA II XI .-,s ,,,, v, I III ri? I' I , II f- I' - II QI? I I ,, I 9 IRI? ' El Isl I I- nl I I '-,I I I IKII tj I X-I I . QI AI I 5? I I. X I I5 I . II I II Q I I 5 I I, 5 I I I 'I x I w I If X 3 I3 x , I' KI I I' I I 'I Ii I Q I xl 2 I 'I Ia 1 LI I I II I- I ISII IL I1. II "N '- N I' XII I Q3 I I I Ik, I I 1:5 I T' FI I I-fl. I NI ' IQI - ---W Heffse-e e e "LU LU" Appomzlttox is proud of her his- toric importance. Soon she is to be proud of Z1 native son, :Xt home he is known as "Bill" .Xt Tech everybmly knows and likes him as "Lu Lu." But at both places he is known as a man among men. as Z1 friencl trierl :mtl found true. "Lu Lu" believes that there is plenty of time for work anrl play, :incl his work has not been in vain. It has, however. never seriously con- rlictecl with pleasure. He deems it a real pleasure to talk. and has won his letter as n "Mexican athlete" of the moclest type. Nlfilliam, you have a smile and :I personality that Tech will miss. But you have Z1 smile and a personality that the worlrl needs. May the best of luck be yours. I Img Y-Y nf. , ISTR' I" " ' I .::.LL.:..:..s.E.g.:.:...44i.,,,4,-.- -,-,,,-s - iQ- .nr f f ,-..-,, ,- , . Y -...- .V V ,H -V , ,- - 'fatal-:Q L-,Z-:1z:1wm u:w::ua-. n.:s:L-1-.gf-A WILLIAM TALIAFERRO CLARK Chevy Chase, 1IIll'j'l1lllfl Elrutrical Enginzv.-ring 1924-1925 Private Company "C"g Episcopal Club. 1925-1926 Private Cunipany K'C"g Episcopal Club. ,f" pv-'i' W f. .,, ,A ,, . VW Y , -k X, ,. -' R' "K 'M ' ' R' " 17A "'T77""T"TI"7T 'Q"1"'T'5"f""""'7"5'i":'f:Vf" ' l " li ., --, ,v "BILL" , . .. . . . 'Kyla 'l.1'..-i ,Xt the beginning of our -ll.llllOl,'v-V lil' year, a light-haired chap stood ont fi-mn among the rest of the "rats," He was prominent in that hc did not seem lost, as did most of the other Fresh- men. XYe soon learned that he was an academic junior, having' taken his iirst two years at Cornell University. :Xltlmiigli "Bill" was a new One in uni' midst, he soon found a very high place in our esteem and lmecame one of unr number. "Hill" had enough military lvefore entering Y. P. I. to make him a de- sirahle member of thc "Skippers." At Frvrt Monroe he cfinstantly dis- played the "Skipper" spirit and was frequently honored by aliiliatiwn with the rvrder of K. P. i l, ff' fl 1 i Y l .9 4l I 'il :S -Qi 'f lax 'I :X il fi li laxl li N l N ns li, W Fx ': IK il is 515. l it ,X is 35 URN -PE lgxx NCQ ll lA r is lb N is new ii Q if L3-5 iw ii it lv lr. l iii fx- il if pe .1 Xl fl W il ' X' lim i ii ls l X lib' '59 'MX iQ lx il lx fi is :kit v L S 's is li I N in 3 l Y ll li ia A - 'Fi ' 'xi Ili . .v- -- .fm - M V -Vw -1-- ---gmmsys-,K-era-yufmfau-.1.i-A v K .,-. V- M . s 51 fs. lff1,:-.- Q-,.f.g,:5 .,,K.g,..K,34g,-1-N23-Q5 s..gXQrs.xQks.- .. - A, . X. ,AX -axes-. .xx . .s si W, F!-1 JN X. if UQ g' iii ig? ,Bama-.1,zf.L-.,.---...-L.as.-,-,, . ref:-sq 1- -ev-2-1'-ff' ' - -f -- f f PHILIP HOLLADAY Draw Gordonsville, Virginia Electrical Engineering 1922-1923 Private Company 'KF"g Episcopal Clubg Ceu- tral Piedmont Club. 1923-1924 Private Company "Fug Episcopal Club: Cen- tral Piedmont Club. 192-1-1923 Private Company "Fug Episcopal Clubg Cen- tral Piedmont Clubg Bliic-ksburg Club. 1925-1926 Private Conipany "Cu: Episcopal Club: Cen- tral Piedmont Club: Maury I..lf.El'i1lfV Society. . xp ia ' INQX l inf'-s 'ff H NXXX.XXX,1'- -. up Q 4' LQ-4,,,4 "PHILIP" "Hey! How about a ride?" 'l'hat's "Philip" gone somewhere again. He always rides in style. too: Ford own- ers are never pestered by him. Gordonsville is noted for its fried chicken. but that isn't all. It was this metropolis that produced the young engineer to be known to the world as Philip Holladay Dew LP. H. DQ. "Philip" entered Y. P. I. in '22 and has been a faithful member of the Class of '76. His ambitions lean to- ward electrical engineering and soci- ety. :XS an electrical engineer, just watch his smoke-it won't come from a burned out arniature either. He makes just as much sinoke in society -at least one girl in every town! Friend "Philip," we wish you fu- ture success and happiness. J N '35, f: , tm,.-..- X.. 1 . . Na .:2..N-f:22'WS'ifv ."w.:: 2: Goiuio N C HAT M AN FARMER Dublin, Yirgi .I pfriv'11IIu1'u nin. R. F, D. I Edzzcution l!l22'1!l23 Private Cunipzniy "CHQ lIOl'tlf!llltllI'ill Society Agric'ultui'nl EllllI'iltlOll Cluli. N123-1924 Co1'poi':ll Ufllllllllllj' "C tion Uluh: Suutliwest "Q .Xgrif-ulturail Educa- YlI'Q.'L'lllill Clubg Com- pany Fontlmllg IIm'tir'i1ltural Society. 15024 Privaitv Conipziiiy UC' tion Club: Suuthwm-st puny Fofutlrzillg llortic 1925 Private Cmnlulny UC" tion Clul-3 Southwest 'NP25 'Q :lgI'lC'UlU.ll'2ll Educa Virginia Club: Com- ultuml Society. -19213 5 Agrivulturnl Educa- Yirginin Cluhl Com- pany Fmjlluillg "Skippei's": "Fallen Angels' "GO KDONU "Who is that man coming up the' walk with all those girls around him?" "Oh, thats one of our sheiks. CiUI'fl1,Il1 liarmer. Stand back, ladies, he will give ytm all a treat, and a luck of hair, hcfore hc leaves." "f,lorrlmi" always dirl his work he- furc it was due. and. hence, had plcnty uf time for his outside "sub- jcctsf' llc is a nativc of Southwest Virginia :incl as prwurl of it as South- west Virginia will hc of him in the futurc. He is a gentleman in every Scnsc nf thc word. and in his chosen prtifcssimi of teaching school he is lmuml to he Zl success. ,,,,,f-K--"""' X: QQ' i .qi I all p mi iN l ,-V 5 I Dil :Si Nl Kfh sill 'N mi l All My A31 llxlf Q xll wa. -'fl ll ' i . iq ..s ,ii il I tl. . .ll K 1. , il f X ,t f Q i i. .- l Iwi vxf lfil rx Y lix. wifi 94' W uiql ixli lxll FTM vii l N til P3 FQ mil Hill l Yi 1 Xl. lx! iN, XM 1--4tA.-.V.4::a:::g.::'.:-.rgxztrlml L: -f W , ,, -4-1 , Y' : . - Y: v ' ' 1: W' Y ' X I A G x 1,71 .-...., ..,-.4e ,--- ..,-,..,..-.,,..,,,.. - Y... . W '-Fniszxqs -Fsf N", - LQLUT' 'T -4 -, 14-Q1 AMYQ- if Y 'f HA M V W fir! Y YV K XVILLIAM KELLX' GREGORY Cliurc-hlnnd, Virgnia Conzmvrrlinl Enyillerring 1921-1922 Jan, Private Company "Eng Lee Literary Societyg Wo? Portsmouth Club, " 19221923 l Corporal Company "Hug Portsmoulh Clubg l Company Basketfball. 1924-1925 I' Sergeant Company "CHQ Secretary Inllustrinl l Clubg Company Basket-bull. l A 1925-1926 l X' Lieutenant Company "C"g Portsmouth Clubg " Company Basket-bull. y N y s E l lo : X lf Q l is ss, ,N is ' iii?-'ri '-Q!,i1' r , ff? Wifi' l ,xx s, il ,-V,,,. l. "K: 'I','f1" ul X, l l 1 ' -xl .I ' xl i 1.11 to ill " ,l ,1 , X. g -,xl l 255 l S l. we l ll l 141' l 3 TX l 9 1 r 'N 1 E lb lli sk 1 Q ll R ll Q l lx ls X "KELLY" lVe have found "Kelly" not to be the kind of a man that you learn all about the lirst time you meet him, but the kind that impresses you more and more every time you come in Contact with him: one from whom there is always something to learng one worth knowing. Though he has won the confidence of the entire student body, he has one big fault-he seems to expect about three letters from a girl for every one that he writes to her. But, after weighing all the facts in the individual case, it can be truth- fully said that "Kelly" is the kind of a man that Tech needs, the Irzzv Tefllllldll, the kindfof a man the world needs. l , , ,Z--.,.,sZ1,ss:,-,, .s L 7-11133-11-1, f, A-of :ff 1 f- ,es-, -, ,f f - ff new f f- ff f ww., - , lri'?C'xui'x'C3xc5,S.ffT7fi5:T'll ii-T -I Tgssfggsloi-QQ'sf"igggggs ,msg -Y ,A - ss ,sv ,,s...s- 1-41-4 ss -4 ., to - -ff-f:'e. GX, s,, -s1'CQ'TFFI1w 2 afxiaii, s's,i'T1T'l'1XvQ2i"C'?F's'1 1 X 'vue A 11 'o's"'r' "' "W" 1 I 1 1 if 1 i 1 1 JOHN DENNETT GUTHRIE 1 1 Emporia, Virginia 1 l Agronomy ' 1922-1923 I Private Company "C"g Hoof and Horn Clubg 1 Lee Literary Society. 1 1923-1924 ' Corporal Company "CHQ Hoof and Horn Clubg Horticultural Societyg Company Foot- 1 ball. 1 1924-1925 . f Private Company 'tC"g Football Squad. 1 1925-1926 Private Company "C"g Petersburg Clubg is 1 "Fallen Angelsug "Skippers"9 Football Squad. ,Ni ' I l - f .1 y K. 2 1,1 S A izrifi nk - .11 ,,.,.,,m,W,4,-i,M,,,,-,-W,-, , 1 1 , , 1 1 1 H, ' -. ' , I .V ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 15 I ' 1 1 11 I 11 l 1 1. 1- . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . y v Y 11 1, ,A ' T f 17'-" 1 XX, .xp ' yjfjf' ' 1 U 7 T H XX 1 DE INAMITE ,Q-,elf .1351 QFCQ7' 1iTF'1'l,l "'-1T'- ' 1 A slamming of doors, a draggingaff N-QP' KQV 1 of shoes. a loud burst of laughter," 1 , and "Dynamite" Guthrie appears. No 1 one knows exactly why he is called 1 1 "Dynamite," but it is believed that A 11 he won that name his Sophomore ' 1 year. 1 ' His motto is, "Do not let classes 1 interfere with college life." XVhat- ' 1 ever he does he does well and never 1 M1 stops until his task is complete. 1 1 That is the reason he has been sue- T ' cessful. ' He has chosen agronoiny as his life , 1 work and we predict that in the fu- ,1 ture he will originate shuekless corn, 1 11 podless beans, and skinless potatoes. 1 '1 "Dynamite," your pleasing person- 1 1 ahty. honesty, and good will, predict 1 ' a prosperous future for you. P .1 1 11 1 1 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 1. ' 2 'eis 1 ' f "' 'e 1 es" ' CY.1ggi-1.111if3Ql1eessex X . 1 1 ...re f -..QM . 14 . X. .ge 1, X xxx es-,Wa JOHN ALLEN KENNY Wouillawn, Yirginia Afll'lC'llIf!ll'llI Edu:-ation 1922-1923 Private Company "C"g Hoof and Hom Cluhg Wrestling Squad. 1923-1924 Private Company "C"g Agricultural Educa- tion Clubg Hoof and Hom Clubg Southwest Virginia Cluli: Conipany Football. 1924-1925 Sergeant Company "C"g Agricultural Educa- tion Clubg Company Football: Wrestling Squad. 1925-1926 Lieutenant Company "C"g Wrestling Squadg Agricu.lturnl Education Clulvg Conipany Foot- hallg Southwest Virginia Club. J i . -i....ii I l ,QW "ALLEN" In the fall of 1922 the City of VVoodlawn sustained great loss. It was at this time that "Allen" migrat- ed to Blacksburg to continue his edu- cation along agricultural and other "lines" It is a mystery how 'Wood- lawn manages to get along without him. and it is still harder to see how Y. P. I. can get along-not to men- tion Radfortl--xvhen he goes out into the worlfl. "Allen" has made great progress in his studies here. is an esteemed of- ficer and. above all. is a true friend. With his ability to make friends, his cheerful disposition, and his interest in others, we are sure that he will reflect honor on his alma mater. and will be a source of pride to his host of friends. -vw- .ms..,-,.A,,,o,-..e.,.aKe1.ei-i:..::.:: :L-ills-:ef - H -1.-,are-f-.s 1, .,,,,, .sn , . ., , . -f 1 2 .. . 3 :ifi.fX'K5x Qfj-Qi'-.QAQ 'K . 's'.,jT"? ., Q I WB , '-MAC" Reader, stop to get an insight into the life of a man who, in many re- spects, is remarkable-remarkable in that he strives to excel his fellow students. Due to his ability, how- ever, he worries little about the theories of the business world until the night before examinations: but he always manages to "freeze" his professors. In the four years he has spent at Tech he has been trans- formed from a rather retiring. bash- ful youth into a clashing, attractive, and brilliant young man. "Mac," we wish you the success in after life that you have enjoyed here, and more, if such be possible. In giving you up, we have only the pleasure of knowing that our loss is another's gain. I I I It Q'fQ"1Affl7 infff1ffT'l"F7iiT.'1iI"'T ""'ff"T4 K ' "i,"L:':4Lf7f - . .- vVvnfKi' 'Jeb iw -, 'iw TSE?-TIV4 -.ff?'f-'LLL-.,qs1rQ-if-.,'S-'-.Xtu ry - Y- r, , X gi lg Q1 ' w ll BAYARD IXIAXWELL LAWSON I! ,X Appolnzittnx, Virginia i Com nzvrciul Enginrecriny - 1922-1923 , tl Private Company UC." it 1923-1924 I Corporal Company HC." 1924-1925 Sergeant Company UC." X 19254926 'I Private Company "C", "Skippex"'g "Fallen i X Angel." li - le N 'N , tg J ES I IQ I 'N - --f -H ---W-we-h -f--V-if l' lx r JA' ' F1lfi,f7 ' Ilf 'Y' fy: s Ili Pig """" il-1V as It ll' if Y ,, .gi l I I xl I :I I I wg I - LY I 'l III 'I QI l I I xl I -I I wi l I .4 5' lk I N .I , , 'Xl I ,N I Qty I 'V M' ls li l 11 nl E1 R bl N I N II It I I IN 'x S tb I I 1 I 5, W fi Is HN Q i N ,L X u I ,, 1 ,N I K I -A A ,Y YM, , A ,Y,, MMWA,-,dA,,,,,1A,,,, , . . ,Q 4,,-,.,-s,..-::.a,,,-- Y,E,-,.f.-.412----X-1-liek -- -- - ...Jtiq , in f I- - soouggelifKfT1'::1g 1JfggsfiieirfiizrfgreesF1'1'f:.s"IeS'f?"Fs'i'QTQQf'l3 ii- K ' I "X I IQ: I . I-.I W FI I , 13 I ,Ing I FI I ISI I I A I 1 ,..I We ' W., , ,e.-..ff.......a,s..Sa.,..5.:ma-5.1, --.ieeexseisf ---1 gg,-Las,-ser, af. -1--.L-.V-mff:I:ae::2l.f-if -2-.1-I-I .I III-Q-ef" .'X'XW-'YYi'Q'TiT'47i7TVQ'3I7'T '3 'SV 57'I"i"'I"-"itllifTSLTF''f'5:f7IISiiQ'lQfQ11f1i'ffQI ffjiifj ff? 'F 11217112 Q QfLlQLiITS3f' I I I I MAX ISADORE NIILLER I 708 5th St., Lynchburg, Virginia I Electrical EIlflfHCCl'Illy I 1 9 2 2 ' 1 9 2 3 I Private Company "C"g Lynchburg Club. 1923-1924 Private Company "C"g Lynchburg Club 1924-1925 Private Company "C"g Lynchburg Clubg I. E. E. 1925-1926 Private Company "C"g Lynchburg Clubg I. E. E.g "Skippers." A. A. I I I l I I I I I 351. ., ::.3 Q 4 as I ru, I ..,. Tk Ii-2 eg 71 ISE I I fs-. I 'X 3 x, - 4 X-X 1 I x I I ,N xx V fi- I x .,-..,I I I 4' h.,...,- ....,..,...:,...-....... a....-.Ca.a Wa.-.-1 ,- f, - I , N I I Il II. wt I I X I I, 1 I I I I I I .I I1 I ' ,IX 'ffl Y 3 M .xx Jil YI j I1 I IW II' Ii I I 'I I 'I II .NV 565 I i I I I I I I I I I I I I" ,X 1 WTI-1f' -I I. N. I." This is none other than "Rat Lynchburg" who, four years ago, won fame as the freshest "rat" in "C" company. But during the four years since then, his congenial good fellowship, coupled with his unfalter- ing devotion to the fair sex, have gradually won him a place in the hearts of all his associates, Never deluded by the lure of chevrons, he has been a true "skippe1"' from the start. HM. I." hopes to be a shining light in the electrical industry, and his rec- ord at Tech, along with his ability to do an astonishing amount of work at odd times, bids- fair to crown that hope with success. In him we lose a loyal Techman, a good sport. a Iirm friend. .. Y.- N.. ,,,, ,.....,,1A1.,i 4,2,,,.,,M, ..-,., .N -g-.-:T fgae-II err-Jezew 1.-Je, Aff-iff-,--frees, I-arf.-fa If - -.1 -.-,ag L-,-,f ,.,:.-g:.f,,- :se , , . w2'l".2g i"7'5 ISI I QI I 'RI I F G6 I IQIII I I-IxI FX I IN I IRI I-XI I IIQXI I XXI ' IQXII ii KI ,NI J I I 'II I ,I I XI I A I I I X! I --I NI I LII I I.I5I ' I ,ST I I I I ,,I, IN I gy-I3 I qw , I-XI , IN I IQII IQ. I I-SI I :Qxj I I- I I .1 QI I I-:XI 3 Im I in . NI I I ISI I ,XI I I."-, flfi-I IxII IRI XI I PKI 4 -NJ I XNI I I III -I fII ' . -F4?'l'l"T4ffs 'ru 'Ts 2. "f"ff1"IG'f'F7ff'Ffff'frf'rf'1frmsrfrr-'" " ' . oi'f'-1":f'PI'- I"f"W ' "' 'QI A -X sf, x x -. , '-XXL. I. N V4 x X. x Xgg N X N 'X "-.3.i.,z,,5s,gg,:-,1,..xLgg.14 ga. 4 J sw..:4-..:4.g,L,1,41g,4-,,:,.t. L.- aaa - 4 4 .. , - GRAYSON BRANCH MORRIS Charlotte Court House, Virginia Agronomy 1922-1923 Private Company "CU: Hoof and Horn Club. 1923-1924 Private Company "C"g Horticultural Soci- etyg Hoof and Horn Club. 1924-1925 Private Company "C',g Assistant Business Manager Horticultural Society. 1925-1926 Private Company "Ong Horticultural Societyg "Skippe1's." "MORRIS" About seven cfclock, September 18, Anno Domini, l922, ye ancient Huckleberry arrived in the metropolis of If-lackburg, bearing on one of its crowded coaches one, Grayson Mor- risfone, because there is no other like him. "Morris" was a cheerful 'Aratf' Many are the times he fur- nished amusement for Sophornores with his nielodious voice. He is an agronoinist of no mean ability. Even before coming to Tech he was select- ed as the best all round judge at the state fair when just a mere boy. He acts upon the old proverb: "To have friends you must be a frienclf' He is a friend and a true Techman. Good luck, "Morris,,' old boy. m i i rg,-1:71-r-,.,:.t-.g:---w.sfL-n--,Y,-,.-r-- , --f - Y , ' -' 1 7- 4 - -- ' :-- -1 -----:rs -Q-use:--K-s-cw:-X: -fx-1-.rv-1 1- -.-. Y-4-fa:--nqfza: ,args ,. .,,. gg, X - N A' li r.'N'VV'i'N"'!'KbL- N!"-.QQ 'fL:.l.lwXf1Q..,.f!X X- - X NX iff 'T7 ' M "X 'K SYNC: f5'?'7"7'-'f'l'7if' i,'fifN.i i ' "AMW Y Y Y, , Y Y Y afL:-r:g-f9f.f-:- Y Y- ,1f----- .0 N.11-TL.f:. -L-x. -..-s-:hs s+r--1-:-- , Y 1 ---.-- . "X 'Y'Y'Tix'Q'N'1"i'k"QKiTK?'Y-,"f T' K 1 X ,s-X-.rf Y Y Y YYYA- -YY' -r-Ys--f-1., e-,K -:vp-e-Q--e.,:.,Qa , .,.:-:,Qef:-T ,fa . .. -,----- .. V N ,V DAVID ROBERT RALSTON Mount Clinton, Virginia Electrical Engineering 1 9 2 2-1 923 Hampden-Sidney College. 1923-1924 Private Company A'C"g Shenandoah Valley Club. l 924-1925 Private Company "C"g Shenandoah Valley Clubg Rifle Club. 1925-1926 Private Company "C'lg Shenandoah Valley Clubg Maury Lit.e1'a1'y Societyg A. 1. E. E.g "Skippers." N xr. 7.7 , ,ff .,, ,V W. Y. ,Y , Y ,...h- ,f . ,,-,v XX . - ,ll ea rv nl. . cw, ,Q -,- F l l N 4, , j 4 Ea 'fi v ' ' ' M if ' ful . .i gg,-311515 351, , ,, ' - ' s ZW." 1.353 ,,..4 , iii in ' 4 "BOB" "Bob" came to us from Hampden- Sidney in our Sophomore year, after deciding that he could achieve great- er success as an electrical engineer than a medical doctor. ln his classes "Bob" is not an "evening star"g but anyone with his steadfastness, ability. judgment, and friendliness will make an enviable record in the battle of lifeg and. as the years roll on, will achieve suc- cess far greater than any we can now conceive for him. And often at twilight "Bob" seems to have a weak spot in his heart for the Shenandoah Valley-and an engraved card wouldn't surprise us at all. To a true friend, "Bob," our sin- cerest wish is that you, as an elec- trical engineer, will be paramount. 1 1Wx'if'QK'iii3'?fiii'TQix X ., lx J5f33ff'ijjfTf'1'ff 'iii'L'ff3ff' 4 i , rl NJ .- Xl , '-J a -1 2 Y w to x iD.f PM the X lil by lic- lr N vfsl P, N, ' i r ' l 4-, nl l,-Q ii-ll A W Q, W If lx Nl x 'x , w , X, H". xl . 11 , ll :Y-Ti F xp .-. t lfxl s'-5 2 X. vis t rl-il I R fix li l N 'sl tw tif! tix, lil Ls. Lg. Qi xv N .X 1-J XXI f 1 i i f3?47ff""? wf'?f.f'. .. .. .-. .-..-M,-N,,....W-...,Zg,.---.--s-,.,,v...,.....--. , L jlQlgfQQliQiQ,lQ-l-- .. .QQQQTQY5?715317175fPTlS'iifCf3filTI77T ' ""' P" ll f' 1 L l , 1 i . l . W A Q HENRY ALLEN SATTERXVHITE i 617 National Blvd., Fredericksburg, Virginia lllechanical Engineering ' Q 1922-1923 1 Private Company "CHQ Rappahannock Val- l ley Club. 1 1923-1924 2 Private Company "Cup Rappahannock Val- ley Club. 1924-1925 ' Private Company "C"g Rappahannock Val- i ley Club: "V. P. I. C0l.leg'ians." i 1925-1926 ' Private Company "CHQ Rappahannock Val- , I ley Clubg Business Manager "Virginia Tech V, ' Engineerwg Manager "V, P, I. Collegiansng .4 l Assistant Manager "The Vi.1'g'inia Tech Min- I ' 1 strels"g Masonic Club. I l . K 2 ' 1 X , it X " ' '14 j "i:g"l,',f1 g'ZIdL"' :EX -:.... ,,3..a+-f 1 - f, 4,g,,,,,: ,, ,Mn N A YL71-TYPE' f V 1.'f,,g--fff -f'f -f' 45, -,.,..,f MJ.YAJ.,w 2 . .-.n . Jr s,,,,,N M QL w, s., , ,ix 'Qi 'Y' r Elm I TN-xx 'r .L ' , V " 'R Q ' if if . f 1 lil? ' -lg A ll: ,X , , J 1577"--Q-'f.'7 :--Zf5- '- ',! x r,,,q ,ing at-,L . ' 'l..11 ' p J- ,,i-3,-1-,L-,LA4:,Vff, .,,.:,.,...,,,..,....,..,,n,,,,K4" t 'Vp' 1-11,1 v.: 431-7 K ffle. ' dv? u W- .. . ..... rl l ls- + if il ff il? if' li .1 Et il j' lr? 21 t., ff 2 I mis f Cf' if' , t 1 1 Q 'wi fl L' lg , 1 A EW: tif JJ -V i K' , 'F G, "f Ml, --5 if Lx ,..Xl xi S USALLY' legs l 7K :X ,gift Wahl E A . . . Qu, - 'J' i UA mechanical engineer with an til 3 . ear for music"-what a combination! ,gb ' . Add to this a shrewd business sense W and a line of chin music that would I sell victrolas to deaf mutes and it is clear why "Sally" is manager of the 1 V. P. 1. Collegians, a shining light in if the Minstrels, and the efficient busi- ness manager of the "Virg1n1a Tech I X Engineer." 4 Like a true Techman, he has never 1 allowed his Studies to interfere with his education. He is as prominent 1n R .. - - . . the gay social life' of Blacksburg as i in student activities. "Sally" expects to go with the E Pennsylvania Railroad after gradu- l ation, but we believe he will eventual- Q ly land either with an orchestra or in 1 some branch of the selling game. 5 t ' l , ,, . 5' E l X I .lit , gigs Ifgli 'fri , ,. "ggi11:31:16i::i-.i:i::.--'f.5-.14W:4.QL3::"t"'g " ,ii SQ . . -W W.. ....-.,-.....-,,,--,,,.,......-...-.- Lag: wx,-. v.,,,.v.. Azul , 4 . , .. . C, Q- , . , V s. r. n fr .f on -Ar' ir'-ff-1'l.f,,Q'--..'.-'- 1. 1 .- . .:rP'W'1:g-if'-4' +1-Sa "T '-Y ix 4. ..a...' ,-.g4g.n. "3 'L sL.Q3 5 g.4.,3,4. 4,4 K --N X, 'aki-L xx'QY:Qiif?r'Xl5lETQ'3'x:qY'Q'Q'x'X.-sfxxSXXi?CSXLx'x y. 1 W-,W-..--l3f.w.....gff s ei-. -1,4-f--Y- 1. .wzazsfeaermmmu-f.. ..-. ,ee 1,1 -. . 1 Q X X ., " I 21.21 iff' Th ii? -111 -A, V ---- -e-- --- f-f,, - 1l,1'H1 1 ! 11x11 111l:s11 1 x 1. 1,11 ifll -. 1111i1l ll 'D' 11191 1l1'xl 1, ,N MILLAN WILLIAM STUART fi YVashington, Virginia ,1 I Agronomy 1 1 5 5 1922-1923 1 1 Private Company "C"g Rilie Clubg Episcopal Club. 1 531 X- 1923-1924 , Private Company "C"g Rifle Clubg Episcopal I FQ Clubg Horticultural Societyg Hoof and Horn 1111! Clubg Ride Team. Nl 1924-1925 Private Company "C"g Rifle Clubg Ride i Di Teamg Episcopal Club 5' Horticultural Societyg 11 Q l Hoof and Horn Clubg Central Piedmont Ak. -Y Club. fl 1? 1925-1926 X115 Private Company "C"g President Rifle Clubg 111 Episcopal Clubg Horticultu1'a.l Societyg Hoof irq and Horn Clubg 'Skippersug Central Pied- if mont Club. g Il X 1 11131 111511 '11 l 1 'Ml . rmccgrfeini -dl f 1 - llilxll A ' X 1 11 Xi-f-1 . il Q 1 ,X of 1' 1 1 'ill 1 - -ee' -- fi 1 1 1 1 131,31 ,-iw-.- w f li jx ,A E,M,1'g,, ,le gl: ,N Wal 7---Li X f ,f ,. , 11 'X "Lf,,,,f,,, , Q--. 11:-3 1---if lf' I 1 1 il 1, 11:1 2 ef 1 -1 ,V ia--ML.. , ox 1 .-.1-......,1-:4..,-.. 1 I, -xr 1 ...T...c....x...,w-.,............,...i., -1, 1 S Nr X. -:Ti':51"'i1:iT7:f in Ns. Y1- X 1 F' XQWIQ' ' ro ' "f' " 3 1 ,Q Y X ' ,R ,1 1 'l Nl" X-f' Nix: '1 1 1 11 1 111 1 1 11 111 111,151 3,liM'N,1, 1 sf-,Q-' 11 741' 1 KH ,-s.o.1Wf-..1'?5'1f-s MAGGIE" 153 ' R135 You are now gazing on the likeness 11 '15 'U of "Aggie" S t u a r t . Thoughtful, I 1 quiet, sincere, and energetic are the MSE words that describe him. One glance .E Aj' at that noble countenance and you IX will see that he is a man of purpose. As he goes forth from V. P. l. he ,MQ1 will endeavor to enlighten humanity Qgcql as to the possibilities of the farm lands of Rappahannock C o u ll t y , 'Z ,Nl whlch, with the scientific knowledge Q1 gained in four years of study in ag- 1 ronomy and his past practical ex- jx perience, he intends to make blossom ilwl as the rose. He has already hinted 1 Eel to some of his friends that he will soon have the apple trees yielding 1 four crops a yearg yet we do not ' l laugh, because we know he knows his 1 , if apples. Ms! W1 1 -1 'x 1 Fl 7 1511 I. 1 31 N1 ,WA . .F .-,,,u-..Y---c..., 1 .-X1' 1 H , L W .sf-f Q. . Y H. M- ew- - T-1.ff--efa...-P-11--------em..-xesftmggwse.-.f.,Hsw-:ed-.fl-.-fer-111'-..-ff--rf-.gzs 1 A N . . X 'ixEx?-'5QTTQ5 3T'Q'x'fs.fX'QTX551'3Kf"-5557?-'J.RETFFZQSQ'15fxiL'f!Sif315 1 1 1 o flied ,-1oj31Ti1ffff'5fff 'lla' 'T 'flifil' 'T"fl29f"fvw'1mBri-Qieavsfvx-CfiQ-lSe1sxvQrawx,-cs-1.-lxix-.xv.aaq1-qxxxxxx-1-1-tv N G11 'Xl 1 1 ' 1 ,1 i 1 1 x 1 1 5 i I 5511 1 1 155 1 155 1 ffl 1 SPURGEON :XLLEN WHITLEX' 213 Bosley St., Suffolk, Virginia 1x 1 , . . ' 1 l,'o111111r'rf'1r1Z E11yinCCr111g 1 H 1 1922-1923 ' Private COlll'fIFll1y "C" I 1' 1751 1923-11124 1 Corporal Co1n1i1:u1y "C": German Club. 111 1 551 1 1924-1925 1-X1 First Sergeant Conxpuny "C"g German Club 1-11 , 1 11-l 1 1925-1926 fd 1 Captain COIIIIJHIU' "CHQ German Clubg Presi - cient Suffolk Club. W' 1 1 N fill 1 1111 1' 1 :A 1 1 ,111 1 'N J, ' Y -S 1117: .1 ,1 1 1412. L ,,,L -fi-.f - 1 1' 1 - 1"-3 . ag, 1..,, , -4 ,la-,.,,.v.. 'g?NT 22 1 7751-A 11 '? 'giijjl' '1 'Y X' ' 1' ' ffffxf-If ' 1 ET-21 Sregii ,f1 11111 f-----A if 1g'X'i':ifiN1 . ' ,, ..-Y ,,. 1 ' 1 il -LT! 1 51 1 1,1',"Xv' 1 1 1 11'-1 1 1 1 I 1' I 1 1 1 ff li' ' ', 1' 11 F3 1 1 11 131 1 K, ,Q 1 ,filiyfj 1 h xx ' ,X Q ,f3f,f' " S PURGEU li f :gg-1,1-fiff 1 1 'M' '71 xx' l From Suffolk, the land of sunshine51," 11l,f?11' 'i N-1 A and peanuts, there came to us a blue? ll-114V ' 1 1 e 'ed blonde NVltl'1 a ma0'11et1c ersoni ' 11 1 y. U 1 ahty, xv 11 o m we n o W k n o W as , 111' "Sp1.1rge." u l -1 He IS a behever 111 class work as ' J 1 - 1. my ' -1. ust 0110 hase of educatxon and he 1 1 J . . . . fm never lets It mtcrfere w1th h1s cam- 1 s 11 pus life. But h1s every effort accom- 1 1-1 phshes something. Hence, by exert- 1 Q1 ing a llllfllllllllll effort l1e approaches -, a maximum of etfxciency. QOIlS1dSI'- ing his late arrlval at classes, we be- 1j11 heve hc IS an example of the old 1 .1 maxnn, "Slow but sure." ' '1 1 ,, 1 1 1.11 Often we see Spurge' XV1l1h a far- F11 off CXD1'C551Oll 111 h1S eyes and we 1 541 know that he has momentamly for- 1 11, . . Q11 gotten eve1'yth1ng-except Holhns. 1 Wltll a hrlght future 111 love, mar- 1 1,1 . . N1 mage. and war, the Class of l26 b1dS j H 111m God-s eed. ' 111 P 1 I ' Y 1 .Xl 1'- 1 1 VX1 E41 1 Q1 11 111 1 lil 1 'Q' 1151 1-A 1 0' - 'ir "' 'Z' 1 e:--- 1---f-Q-- Vh- -i .. , , , , YNY Y V Y Y yr V V ,qv I,-Y-A g-- lLfY-ltF1',,s. ,J '! 1 E-W ' - fi- V V -YY-,, iw f-- T' 1 i.- rw .5 5, l, A, VJ, M .Q,l is ful Ax: ,i-,.,!.v ls Yi 'DM QL, l.- ilxr lily' QQPU , vi lieu 1'-lull itsgil IL 1 L 9 W 'tstfl 'lffxflw ll-ilfi illmlf FF! ii QPA'i,l wh-'A' t-,fri v x ' ,Y '. ' Pls . ' ig l L Md S L unfit'---.., LL Houdon Statue of Washington EEN and approved by Xlashington eight years before his death. The -,.,-, Virginia Assembly authorized the statue in l7S4 and it was erected in 1796. It is nationally famous as the best likeness of lVashington in existence. The cane and one of its tassels were broken by bullets during a pistol duel between two newspaper men in the Capitol Rotunda in 1866. 95 f Pr ' Zflfiiili V , . 1 fL,pf!ff,.ff3 Jussi ,Kin-J s Lili, :Il -f' ,, ,fly -gl-.t:,,,,f , ' Q 51.25--nftx-1 ' -f11x,Qff'f.1Q,. I s gif 1 - . ' V f X- ,N-xj'-ea: e 5 A 'xi Y H V , H 'ii' 'Q f A T ifijfwi- -L 714 ' ' 5 ,L fl f ii - ' ' ,f ' 's --Xi-s 4, ,, A -:eff ..f,Mfff- V feiif s ijQi-,iliijiigf f f 1.. f.,-1 1 . 'Y H 'v 'F Q. . , :L C "ff: mi-L,f1.,Ei.z.5LfiD-LD RL CD fr CD I T 4: A H 53 A B FU 12 A 1 Q 1 6 Y TTi5::.igQ3g:..2Rzl:L.ZiR:Q.:i.2.j..,-...L K Tgwi- TER I . FJXW' ' LX VT, V I' V P, .4 'f X I jf QLD E 55' 9? ' :I EUHR .RIT D 1 . il P Y 'f . I i V51 Ff fa M SERGEANTS if 2,QV.I.fN 'L I 371,413 J. A. DAVIS. JR., First Sw-gearzf 4 LGE J. G. PETTYJOHN, Supply ,Sergeant 1 N L. M. IQOPER F. B. HATCHER X f jf I. E. TANRARD L. BACHMAN ig Kfjf? L. 1. CREXVS " 57,5 I i- ' J I L CORPORALS X I , QI U37 i C. G. DUY H. D. KERFOOT R. E. DOYLE fx W. B. HAILE L. N. LIGON G. L. COX ,I v T - R. J. OWEN G. D. POLLARO B. M. BECKHAM , , N ' I I PRIVATES I 'J R. L. BABER A. B. FARMER R. L. IQUCERS J. R. PRESTON - X ,Q 1 J. H. BARKER I. D. FERGUSON E. B. LEXYEY J. J. RIEGEL E 'VV I. E. BARLOW G. P. FERREBEE F. A. LEWIS W. L. ROSENBERGER WJ 3' C. B. BEAMER H. C. FULWILER XX". G. LIPSCOMB G. N. RUTHERFORD I 1 V, Q R. P. BELL E. C. GARRARD H. F. LUND XV. M. RYBURN E ,Q V H. E. BEASLEY D. L. GODWIN H. M. MCEX'ER I. E. SExTON - 1- R. H. BORDEN F. L. GIBSON I. B. MCARTHUR C. K. SHELOR :I , 'JJ V' C. W. BRIGHAM C, XV. GILLENWATER A. W. MCGHEE M. F. SLUSSER 3, , E. F. BRIGHAM I. H. GOODLOE H. E. MARTIN I. A. STONE Q ' 3. H. E. BROYLES H. C. GRAHAM J. D. MARTIN D. B. TAYLOR 4 f C. L. BRUMBACK H. K. GREEN XXI H. MEARS T. T. TAYLOR 5. O M F. I. BRUMBACK R. L. GIYYNN R. P. MX'ER F. S. THOMPSON Q IA 45 J. S. BRYANT I. O. HARDESTX' A. MINOR I. H. THOMPSON A IVY! H. M. CARR O K. HARRIS R. T. MITCHELL I. L. TULOCK ,fff-I XV. S. CARR F.. C. HOLTZXX'ORTH D N. RIOODY H. P. C. VANDENBURG NJ A. C. COX P. S. HOTCHICISS K. L. MORRIS J. A. VIA Nj AH W. R. CRARILL L. D. HUBBARD F. S. OLIVER L. P. WILKIN5 , Ji I, ' B. F. DYER I. T. HURTT J. A. PAYNE A. I. WILLIAMSON I, if . J. G. EDWARDS XX. M. JOHNSON F. XV. PEAKE C. L. WILSON A J 1, 1 L, 1 ' X LT, Y ' 1 II A +I yi IJ ' fk 1 fy' I if VE 5 f' f .1 I Q H 1, I X , Y , I . fy: ,E 'mv V! I U ba f I .. txiff I f ,A X ' 7" 3 'YZA 9 Lf 414 E 0 U11 'I f I :WM Qi 5 U-I G I Y A .. IV . 4 96 V ri! Ig I Y 1751 ,fig-57 H! If fji.f1,--,.. 'T -,,,,,l ZQFHT -Vgf.. E .. 4 ' . , A ,-...f:, ,Xi W . F N V' T'F'f"F11H X.: 5 . 'INT' . - .,,., f:.:25iLfL 'ff.fQX ' - F y.f2.4'1,Jl'IEE-X4.gu, X K Ry. I X N - , R L . ., .QF X .N - Q C, -,fgff-',r,,.-Q-,tL:,,-. - -N-, -Y fx , u ,X ,fy . -Q-'-f' , X X - ., ,- ,iV,,, f,,,--ff--l - 'Ti l,.l:,.- f - C gf' W" '--ff LLL. J , Ang' hiqifffe I ' wx-fa --AL-I ,ow A qi...-I 'NG vw X..-A MW FD-x-div gifs W ,.. L, ,fav fav' 1' 1 .. .ik L L M a.-.?35f3li ' - w Y! I ,F '? S t L.. UI 1' rw 5 .ei- YAP!! 2 BA 51 -PDQ' """1Y Ctlffllllll F. W. HOLLY Liczzfmzazzt .LiL'llZLE'IZLIllf Liczzfczzazzt Liczztezzant C. R. SANDERS E. L. EE.-XMON K. E. LITTON E. A. DAVIS, IR. Sponsor MRS. D. C. HOLLY,, Charlotte, N. C J' 1 - e - f- - f s - -- -- -1'-ft-4--4-.f ,s---f-f.-.- -1 ---- -K--fs, .,. f. - s xvlfi xx-5,x,L,4i asf, xx st. ,T - s . tri .X 1 X, .sk --SLIM" if "Slim" came to ns from Port mouth to study the electrification of the world, but later found his career in commercial engineering. This handsome blond boy of six feet two. noted for his ability to get along with the fairer sex. early ac- quired military ambitions. He was a high ranking corporal, then a ser- geant. and at last a lieutenant in the Major's army. His work at Tech has not been confined to the classroom, for he is an active member of several clubs and even a good endaman in the minstrels. His sunny disposition and ready smile are sure to win him many friends and bring success in any field of work he may enter. EDXVARD LEVVIS BEARION 301 Blvd., Portsmouth, Virginia 00lHl1ICI'l'fl'll Ellflll1fCEPl1lU 1 9 2 2 - 1 9 2 3 Private Company "D" 5 Portsmouth Club: Freshman Baseball. 1 9 2 3 -1 9 2 4 Corporal Company "D' 'g Portsmouth Club. 1924-1925 Sergeant Company "Dug Portsmouth Clubg Varsity Baseball Squad. 1925-1926 Lieutenant Company 'fD"g Portsmouth Clubg Masonic Clubg Cotillion Clubg End-Man "The Virginia Tech Minstrel.s." xx, Y AY,.-. s LY, f V . :Hulk .... 1 ex.. A 1" a T2 - l ' , sit'-' i , , " I?- -, ' ig' 1, s . .. A.g.:.,....-...-..,,s-,-..-..-.. so .W a l i 1 -Y -f - - -.1 ,- ,Mn -,,,.q,s, v-mt, sq-7-of-,,X..,::ff.- ...-,.Y-sf .ws---,?.s-1 is r 1 b s N y ,-Kr ,- -1 1 x :N in. l xl i N K 5. x 1 1 ,gun-.X ' ' 1- X XX YK XXX J' 'QKYY N. YYff3QS'f"xQx'fe:xxJX , x N x vs l --'suv its . HD.-XPPER DAN" There was nothing remarkable to be seen about this tall, lanky fellow at nrst. but he soon clistinguislied himself i11 his class-work and as an artist at tellin gf jokes. "Dapper" gives the laclies very little encourage- ment, if any, yet his figure is a very familiar one on the campus at Hollins and R.-M. XY. C. He is describcll by most girls at being "cute:" is an ex- perienced lover, and has often known the ecstacy of osculation. A'Dapper," as you see, was not with- out military ambitions, and his chief claim to fame is his original formula -an l1our's brivate eliort is worth a term of work. And he is as true, loyal, and honest as the clay is long. l l ENOCH .-XDoLPHUs Davis. JR. 1 1244 XV. 48th St., Norfolk, Virginia 1 EICri1riCul EIlflfllL'L'l'lllfl l 1922-1923 ' Private Company "AU: Masonic Clubg Nor- ' folk Clubg Freshnlaui Footbilllg Freslunuii 5 Baseball. l 1923-1924 i Corporal Company "Ang S9l'g9LlIlt-ilt4.X1'IllS 1 Masonic Clubg Norfolk Club: Conipuny Foot- E ballg Episcopal Club. l 1924-1925 l Sergeant Company 'tD"g Yiee - President . Masonic Clubg Cotillion Club: Norfolk Club: 1 A. 1, E. E.g Company Football: Episcopal X Club. 5 - 1025-1920 ' Lieutenzuit Company "Dug Presiilent Masonic 1 Clubg Cotillion Clubg Norfolk Ulubg A. I. E. 1 E.g Business Staff 419215 Buglenq "The Vir- l ginia Tech Minstrels"g Episcopal Clubg Com- pany Football: "Gentlemen's Club." l l J' l P l l 1 l L,.., " - -- .YL mn-.. ,.. :..-..- --ga-:xg agen-2.-s..-9 - ,.., . ... . . ' '3 "U ' K - i 'T'f"'w' TI1f:T2'i77'T1Ti 'ie'T?'T'T'TT'ffTfFTT'3PTi5?1'f'--.'1-f'-'-r-fr'-fvfx.'Ars e r'T1 '1.rvtxxi-vvfr F -1 i R 1 -b is r . 1. r V i V .S Ei ts QQ l N V X5 I txl l' :Qi 3. iw E15-I l' 557 211 il i-Qi rl ,1 5, v ri 1: L.. 1 il i X 5 N X, 1 get 3 xl ,.: 1 .N IX, , i , . 5 ' I l ' A ' tl t Y . ,i , l --i .i , ' A . 1 J g . 1 i-5 g ,ki E l' i My "GILLYl' Here is "Gilly," the conqueror, the shining light toward whom many fair maidens are constantly casting allur- ing glances. :Xml does he succumb? Yea. verily! He does-but only for a while. When he gets back to school he becomes the pal whom we all know best. He is the "Gilly" who is always ready and willing to help his less fortunate fellow-students. A true friend and an eager worker is "Gilly," and we can do nothing bet- ter than wish him the greatest voyage ever on the tempestuous sea of life. May he have a good pilot and may she never forget that she is most for- tunate in having such a good, strong oarsman. CLARENCE WILLIADI GILLENVVATER Saltville, Virginia Jlcc-lzanieul Ezzgineering 1922-1923 Private Company 'AIWQ Southwest Virginia Club. 1923-192-L Private Company "Dug Southwest Virginia Club. 192-1-1925 Private Company "D"5 A. S. M, E.g South- west Virginia Club. 1925-1920 Private Cmnpzmy "Dug A. S. M. E.g "Skip- pe-rs"1 Southwest Virginia Club. ,,.-..g .Ar J l . x 4 1 l i - - .A-,H ... .--....1.,,-f..:.:..L-EL-:.f.1Q-1..u - ' W :vel ' 1. - H - --f -- 1 -.1 -,-u -c:,:fZF-XA.,,-- T .-- . kg. - ..-,..t.X -- - ng-. A,4... L 4 QQLQQQ- 'H X K-'X VX NNN 'QQ Lis ii N lx r 'xi s Q l iii 5. ti li ld Xxx F2 li ..,t,aiQg,-. ,. - - . . 51 ' fYiYfQ'N'iTiXXTiiR'QSNwSQx'S?QiQ xv w Nix 5. 1 i 1 a E .,:.-.: .,:4.1e.z,- .-,. ,. - , , - Y I - i V fi W U1 ii 1. ,.i 'Xi il. it i -i . Q la li Ish V' it l-4 Vw lb is: N ER J ki iN i -V f-Y fi i -fi , i .ri 'i X fi I-I X--J 5 cl .vc 1' i gi A.: 1-J RE 5 L . .1 sit '-.1 ,yi .-1.1 zi- -TN is. lst l Ay lfs ts! il ix rs ix lx Fi i i iii H 5X . .1 Ei 53 i ii ,. I I 1 l i i i FORREST XYILLIAM l'lOLLY 1716 Gordon Ter., Charlotte. Xmth Carolina Indlrsfriril Iffllllfllfllill 1922-1923 Private Company "AH: Cotillion Club: Cap- tain Freshman Football: I-'reshnian Basket- ball Squad: Freslnnan 'I'rar-k Squarlg Secre- tary Freshman Class. 15123-1924 Corporal Company ".X": Sergeant-at-Arins Cotillion Club: Football Teaing Track Team: Monograni Club: Secretary Soplioiiiore Class: Treasurer Corpsg 'l'reasurer Athletic Associa- tion. 1924-1925 First Sergeant Company "Dug Cutillinn Clubg Football Team: Trar-k 'l'f:ain: Mnniiigranm Club? Vice-President .Junior Class: Second 'x'if-e-l"resi4lent Corps: Still-l-Ixeeiitive Coin- initteeg "The Virginia 'I't-wh 3Iinstrels"l President Jiinicn'-Seuiiui' Prom: Viv-e-l'1'esident Athletie Association. 192.1-1026 Captain Crnnpany "IW: President Cotillion Club: Executive Connnitts-eg llresident Ath- letic Association: Football Te-ani: Track Teaniq Monogram Club: IiiterlrgYai5iL'f'Qe Virginia Terh Minstrels"1 Yf Mr-'Qi -ggi-327-U l W "Gentle1nan's Club." gg! 2 Cabinet: S o Q i a l Ar-tivitit-s Coinninteeg D +....,,. ,-,A,s,T,,NLi,-T5gYr-M Y,v,,, V, M 4 Y "5-P.XRKY" ln September of 1922. Georgia sent Tech one of her Hpezicliesf' He was first heard froni when he was elected ca pta i n of the Freshman football tezun. Since then he has been our star left end on the varsity and one of the inainstziys on the track team as well. Not being satislied with being one of our best athletes. he decided to win fame for himself in other college activities. The list of honors under his name prove that he has been un- usually successful. His pleasing personality and win- ning ways have won him zi host of friends. including many of the op- posite sex. XYe wonder who will be the lucky girl, But anyway-luck to you. "Sparky," XYQ know you will conquer every obstacle. . -- -- f-a-av-n -va J-. ..,,. Y -.,-.....,-..Y-..-,-..... ---..4..,.4.s44Lx4.4,LL.4g.LgQ4-- - N A '--'N - '- e r -A X s-AV, I ,,, xx 1 l l ' l UHOOTCHH In the fall of '22 "HOOtch's" daddy led him to the station, and before he could get "Hootch" on the train, he had to place plow-handles on the steps. A few days later he arrived among us and began taking animal husbandry. He has been one of the "scribes" of the class, and, when ex- aminations roll around, his room is always full of boys seeking informa- tion, which he readily gives out with much pleasure, His attempts at other achievements and love have not been failures by any means. A little girl in Culpeper is the cause of many of his accomplishments. "Hootch" will always be remem- bered as a true friend and a faithful worker. "Success is already chasing him." l 1 -'11 - -J! '1 ,-Ra, -- ,-,.,,. f,1 , 1 1 l 1 V' Nj" 1 G I l ..a,.f --..-I .-., Wev-fQ--..m.,,s:-.,.,.,- -T1 a'1",j "" ""1?-"' "'eT':'-' ' fi'-r "mar-+iiiLff'-rr:1ff-f -N V.-.rf F --I' l -, ....-..,, , E Q X 1 .4 I i N 1 is x . a . HN 1 KENNETH EUGEIXE LITTON 1 N l Pennington Gap, Virginia , I Ammo! Husbandry ' 1 'lk 1 1922-1923 l Private Bandg Hoof and Horn Clubg South- ' 1 west Virginia Clubg Company Basket-ball. ' v f 1923-1924 N Private Company "D"g Hoof and Hom Clubg 'X Southwest Virginia Club. 1- K 1024-1925 X Private Company "D"g Secretary Hoof and P Horn Clubg Southwest Virginia Clnbg Agri- cultural Students Honorary Councilg Stock ix Judging Team. f ' 1 192541926 g 1 Lieutenant Company "D"g President Hoof Q ' and Hom Clubg Southwest Virginia Olubg l Q Agricultural Studentfs Honorary Councilg 4H ' Club. 1? X 11 .1 1 1 f li lb ' ltr 1 f' 1 5-5 " 51:1 e C 12:31 Il W' ' ' 'L' .1 CQ 1 - 1 Qt, 1 " Q - Ei '51 . if JN 1 x --,....' 'iizai 1 51,1 f 3? f ' fd , 'L 1 M, .,,.s , E, .,.,,,,e-,-l 1, Y: ,lxl , W, X 1 1 1 ' 1 ' lf, 'r' 1 1,,r..fl' gtk J 5 11 ' 'V' 1I 1 , ' 13 ll 'Qi 1 1 l 11 ' ffli 1 1 , 1 t - IN l 3 :siE4f'7" ' 'Eiga .fi - ' ij I ,O,1,'i SSI l-I' i 1 1 lo 1 ls if 5 l 1 i X 1 it 1 F tg 1 1 X 1 l fg J Pg 1 yls . 'Q 1 W 1 I i 1 15 'ififffiff-e?.1Ss -3731-Qili7l7 iii' Nw, , X, -Q. rs, xx xxxx'-s,xx'QxiQ-Qx'gQxx 4Xx'sg-Qix-gyixigg N -- - -7--- -x-..--.:,u-:f3:....-. .,.,.., ...W I 'Svxx csx v'Ci'-TCi'El:'iT:i'Ffst'-T13:K"YfS'v-5' 'F :fits Q x'fiL'aQLIIjlflfI.ff'jgli Qlfjiiilf ii' '17 TQ Q. -Qjl ALVA WATTS MCGHEE Gladys, Virginia Civil Eligirzcrriny 1922-1923 Private Company "D"g Mi-il Virginia Clnlm 1 923-192 -l Corporal Company "D." 1924-1925 Sergeant Company TD." 1925-1 SJZG Private Company "D", A. S. C. E.g "Skip pets." I I I I I I I I I ' I I I I I I I I 11 ' - if -I .Jn - ..,-..,+ . ... -.,. r.9 .......q?f I Mt- sill .V X ,., . .fi -- -. . -- X- ,-XX ,.. , X.. ""'1'I ,jf x' I I -A I X -Z-In xx M . . , , J-IQ Xxx'5A,fQ,g, 1 I, I -..vI.v.!-MW 1.4--. if I 5 My A b NI IK' I' 'I V 'I"'I N' 'IN II If III 'II I :L , III It WI I I rI 'II 'I I , 'IIXI IIX I I II IQ! I I ' r I ' X.. I I 4-I -KUN I . " IX-X '-' xxxf ,-X 1' J-.2 I ,RK XF xi ,f I-it mmf :Era W III! or 'I 65 U XVI- 'L A '1 I I I I I l I I I I I I I I I I ,- If I f,f ,f I X, HMAGGIEH "Hey, you 'rat' going down the walk, what's your name?" "Alva Wfatts McGhee, from Gladys, Vir- ginia." "lVell. from now on you will be 'Rat Maggie," and from then, four years ago, the name has clung to our friend. Because of his height, "Maggie" could almost lift trunks in- to the second-story window, conse- quently he was in great demand for the first few days. Our friend was a hard worker and was always in a hurry, but was never too busy to help one in need when- ever possible. lf he retains all his splendid characteristics and works as hard 'after he leaves here as he did while here, there is no need for wor- rying over 'IMaggie's" future. 1-glam!-:mm :rn 1--1 .isa-f 1 f.--Awe f -.- .. -axe-ff.,--T -Jia,-, . -77795l'WNR'Ki'Q'isfihgglsfs-. li'-7f323Sfiff5.TTffff V ,M A M, ,, , . . .. . . ,.-...- , - --v --.fs-1-.:.i.:-.fwzz-f-. - .. If - 1 v m I . . - ve 5' .C 'T , 1' 'i -iQ5QT?'5"XiTff'T:Sl3ffT 7Tl5iQS7FlHg1L3l'e3"T ' ' ' X l Q -fgA'-V,-Ys5A H-. V V l. ,fs 7 l 3 5 RICHARD Timvis MITCHELL I Montrose, Colorado 1 ,lyrnuomy 1922-1923 Private Company "I'l"g H00f and H0111 Club. Q 19235192-I K lrivate Company "D"gA Dairy Club: Peters- burg Clnbg Blac-klrurg Club, 192-1-1925 l Private Coinpany "DHS Dail? Club! vice' President Petersburg Clulmg Blacksburg Club. 1925919243 lrivate Company "D": Drl1il',v Club? Pefefs' burg Clubg Agric-ultural Students Honorary Count-il. Jil ll 2 -xii A --:'9",- -fm -W 425' H'--rj.Z':'.'i. r-. it th ,ff -iii?"-'-J . ' 'I' ""'1ff-"'-ff" .-NX I XV X .4 RQ., f X xrxf .- 4. .n - ,fix - f , I ,f fx j i I .L 11101 s- x -If we -he-If "A sW"m"' u HMITCI-I" XYhile wandering around over the experimental plats one morning at three o'cloek, the writer found this enthusiast sitting in the middle of a clump of orchard grass, counting the blossoms as they came out. It was from this that we first realized what the vast areas of the NYest had pro- duced. lf you have ever tried to find him, you know that it is useless to at- tempt to catch up with him, for he is a A'hustler" of sterling worth and personality, enlightened with a gift of seasoned intelligence. Although a consistent, hard-vvork- ing student: clnh meetings, letters, and week-end trips have held his fas- cination-hut after all, the 'West seems to he reclaiming him, lVe wish him God-speed. W- L X N: N " , Q 1, ff' 5' N . I -' vu x fu :.,,5f ... . ,V ir.,-ff. . . I. .r ui.. ip I to A l 1 1 l l 1 I i I i i v t ,ll Eg?" il -1 X Q' 2 ' fi ' l , , , . . V U 12 , l it ill 1 i' l 1 r t Y Y IA- A ,.,,,,A .I., .,s..g,e, -T -A " ' , e "'1'f'l . 3 I ' ifgrsif:""f"'-:-,eI?3f'S'fS:s"i'fifflfk. E55 NQEXKN l .-7-Y---M -K -424-'Q24--4'-9--' '+""'',1...lll.ff"'-'fhxrb ' 'ti lv X 'nu ab! 'IIN ull A s , .. Q "vq"-'..'-rv' -1:sfg?-5--+f"---f-'- --1-isfgviffi-'rr 'r"",. "" " ei ' 'T-2-. f fi. e " ' e X. ikf'w'3 351 X- xx. xx s x xsgss. X wks is N. X X N s -fqzf,-21,-ggvgfwafrxwz-f.-:Q re-.. ,:.-:ar4s..,'1... .2 fry. ' 4 :.': 1. ' Y. Y Y. Y : - . - -- ' -1-' -' XX. il'3"'? T511 R' V if, Qf1f1IfI.Q'IQQQfl Q sp, Q Q Q fffQ X --A,-dw, -wwwrv AN, Y , ,AMUH J......,, 1 1 DOUGLASS NEBLET1: Mooor Guthrie, Kentucky ' E141-lrif'r1I EIIflfIlL't'I'lIlQ l 1 l N22-1923 ' P1'1vate Company "D lj Rifle Club. ' 1923-1924 N Corporal Company "D"g Rifle Clubg Cosmo- politan Club. A 192441925 1 Private Company "D"g Maury Literary Soci- l etyg President Cosnxopolitan Clulwg Ritle l Clubg A. I. E. E. X 1925-1926 1 ly Private Company "D"g Skippe1's": A. I. E. E. PJ' 1 ff E Q . Q! ' . ' V 4 ' ' QQ ' N 1 'tiwi 'i..4i'r llff 1: A i -ii! 11" ' I-:Qin I xlii ir - ' - '53 I ,M , I . "f- V , X -b ut -1 fs ,gl ? iff is as as 1 'if 1 Q 1 1 E , I 1 ,. . l 1 r Y ., i ff' XX, is lu M5 ,,xfJQ"' X t ' Xgikxfiiff . HDOUG' Yugi. Ujjn ,nxt-J I Y Y A ly 'io Did anyoneever ask Douglass to mi I ' explain a difficult formula? Say, ftff, f 1 fl that kid rivals our professors in the 'r' i ' distinguished art of explanation. :Xnd by the way. "Doug" is quite a military I man. It is rumored that the military 5 department usually asks his advice on 1 military problems. ' But hist! gentle reader. "Doug" is leaving us soon, Yes siree! He said E so himself: and I fear his future " I home will he all over the country, for. like a sailor, 'tDoug" has a girl in every town: and you know how he l hates to break anyones heart, 'We predict that 'fDoug's" Ken- tucky blue-grass spirit will give him W just the right boost, and the future 1 will find him safely perched on the S pinnacle of success. P P l I V . i f ' "ff L7':"'u'L"v' M' ' ' ' ' """' "i'ifl'.i.'.f.f,1'.T'-'nl.l1l1'M .1 , , ,N nn, , p my ls, i - V la IN 6 lcl :J H5 'U lg ll f a li R: , gl FRANKLIN STEPHENSON OLIVER lf I"i'ovidence Forge, Virginia 1 , Electrical En.g'inem'ing I l N 1922-1923 l Q Private Company HD." 1 i 1 1923-1924 l Q Private Company HD." sv s me 192-1-1925 i is Private Company "Dug A. I. E. E. lic 1025-1926 ,QQ Private Company "Dug A. I. E. E.g "Skip lik pers"g Masonic Clubg Phi Kappa Phi. J ZA :WS l li p ' fx .1 4 " VN Q- 1:53. . is xi V 1 31 li " -,, Si 'X W' S--2, lil ip fi My YES-fifrbmls ik t ff? ll if-il f"fw, ",'X - .fllf-3TiXf?,RS'2fsli'bf ia e1y1flv be3l:I5 Q we Xue... -Z Villf.-Li il Q fs llffpl PSJWKETM ,sasfitdff Q -1,fs-s-:-n-A-wmx-ff-4m1- f1-- lx Wgxcjkl -atb-s-My---1--B V Y 'r 351'-"Q I ..- ll W i' 'F " ' 5 7 f iliflili ll 5' ill ami if 5 if gl it sl 1 l W1 i -'FRANKLIN' s X by .,g ,. v . ., in iii' "Franklin" hails from Providencv, Forge, " near Richmond." It Wasil ' A ,Lf lx probably at I o hn Marshall High ,Q li , School that he acquired his desire to Y UQ' come to a school at which he could F1 ix! i learn in o r e military. His Senior fl year, however, found him a loyal El if W "skipper." il :lf He had not been at V. P. I. very 5, long before- he demonstrated that he MQ ufas a 'fscribef' 1 The faculty recog- N553 nized this by 'fdishmg out" Als, and ll' his classmates by spending much time 1 - "helping him study." if Al Now for the inevitable word about il 1 the "fairer sex"-"Franklin's" many , letters would speak volumes-they 5 ge would probably make several if com- ,jig piled in that form. But with all, he R , has had time to show himself to be a worthy friend and a good worker. I D - E gi Y ' '- N : FR il EN 1 ll li: ,i 5 , , l r wi F ir' ,l lv 1 F 'li fl 9 l lr'-ztfgzfflfrrrr P-'E'-M-efffm-A-, -were r Q3iA1K'fY.Kjs,FCk'flX"Ql3"""t clams TE .eetwi-at V i 2 ' I 5 JOHN JACOB RIEGEL Q Edgerton, Virginia Agricultural Education , i 1922-1923 Private Company "D," 2 1923-1924 Q Private Company "D"g Agricultural Educa- ' tion Club. Q 192-1-1925 Private Company "D"g Agricultural Educa- g tion Clubg Hoof and Horn Club. g til' 1925-1926 Private Company "Dug Agricultural Educa- tion Clubg Hoof and Horn Clubg Agricultural Student's Honorary Councilg "Skippers." g f g jx 17 fi,,'g-a.,,ii2i.gg.,f in xx-li 1 i , V,,,xx xx 'J' Xfirg 1.-F, Y , ,172 A A I - , . 'l5..tX,Xi, Q Y li Lvl. .Vi 1: ' w Q ,i fl i ' X' sl l ' ll l 'ii l :X Y' iii : , .iff ' f. f 1 V, 1 1 Vx I Zig. V 'Xa A '-' ffff' iN.fj7gx,fQy ffgl,iZf"7312r HIAKIE' x, 7-- i.,,,,f- va, f-"2 1! ' V ' .. . ., LU' Iakie came to us from Edgerton , and started to enter the engineering V world, but one spring morning he 1 heard the birds singing and thought , about the many happy days he had ' spent on the farmg so he decided to i be one of the promoters of better 4 agriculture and choose as his profes- , sion the t e a chin g of the subject. Q Judging from his career here, we Q have every reason to believe that he 5 will be successful, though he is a lirm 9 believer in the motto, "Never let your Q education intcriere with your college i life." 2 As far as the ladies are concerned, ' "Jaime" says, "Variety is the spice of 5 lite." May his happiness continue, 4 and success be his, I I A F e ww?" Elf' if -ai eiiliqxf prfieiztzz"'i"-re?WTiT'i':ffg:ff i A x -, X, T956 5'-t r 'xxx .+fSsf'tfffI,i33jQKISSfLTCSis-TWT'-ffQ2.gfjS42J'fg 1 A----AAA-1---Q --- -A ---.-A ,vw-1:-1.-in-..-.1 1:31-V.-.f-.f:,g::,, vim 'X +,..,.,,.-9-T., ev., - - ----f--- -5 ,-- -Y - - . ----.--.4. .44. 2-4-4--'-4--4g,,4 -.,,h ,-44,44 -,-Q , -s , -, X 134 s, , W. X .K-, -o ET 5213 Q33 X z ,:, ,Q ,. . za V .- 15 wx :.,fsfx,f 1- S' ,.1. UDOLPH' -JJ CHARLES RANDOLPH SANDERS Bluefield. Virginia Ciril Ellf!lfIlCC?'fl1fI 1922-1923 Privzlte Clllllpilllj' "Dug Southwest Clnlv. 11123-1924 Corporal Coznpnny "D"g A, S, C, E, west Virginia Clulw. 1924-1925 Supply Se1',Q,'e:lnt Company "Dug A. Southwest. Virginia. Club. 1925-1926 Lieutenant Company "D"g A, S, C, west Virginia Club: German Clnh, X- If l F P xx it f-, 1 y f , . I i l , l , ,V-Qff' -45 1 , 'deli Wffff "'-ffl. 1 emi" ri P "Yes, girls. stop crowding. Bettysif' right. lt isn't Apollo, just Charles Sanders." "Dolph" has too many good qual- ities to attempt an elucidation in so short a space: so, rather than leave a story half complete, we shall dwell on his bad qualities. It is reported that while at Fort Humphreys last summer he survived at least hve cases of love and then fell hopelessly in love for all time. Another thing-he studies too hard on "structures"- and he's too truthful when relating great events of his life. "How like George XVashing'ton," we should say. llut "Dolph" is a true Southern gen- tleman, admired by allg and as a civil engineer we predict he will be a sec- ond vXY2lSl1l1'lgTOI'1. 1 -if V l 'gif x K Y Virginia 3 South- S. C, E.g E. South- . , Y 1:,g4..........,-- su.-V-,T-ff--ess,-fs ,-11-M X. -. ,x ,fy i 1157? 1 l Xu n i N l l I I t ' 3 . s ' W 'fr s. .0 - V .sv N. ,. .fe-:ff-51:17 X ' il-"--4 A --5--.. 4.44- -Q -1 444 .gy - - - 2-4.41 .ses -e-sQQ.e.,:5,.xbff Nix 5.x QR x x sxXX 5 xx'xXxXxxx Os l 'x X 1151, .ltrii 'n'-til glxll til lil ,lbii iiffifl lid' ,lil lil Nl .pl 'fill 1 'll we il -Ji ,Still 'E -tl' Eqfli fitfl figb 'N "l l :Lvl , if Tl. i 'lt fl' ,-.i' ii, lr .I I ,l flfll gil llii ill! Vi in it 2-I TP llsl :Nl Lriil my iliil lla! fail' all ik! "Hi W H221 itifi X t..--.., FRANK SHEFIPEY THox1PsoN 411 Bradley St.. Abingdon, Virginia .ll1'I'IlIlHfl'1II lfllllilllffillfl 1921- 15022 Private Cuiiipaiiy "Fug Southwest Virginia Club: Company Baseball. 1921? 1923 Private Cunipany "lin: Snutllwi-st YiI'g'iIlifJ. Club: Maisniiie Club: 1922+ 1'rirate Coinpany "Eng Coiiipaiiy Basket-balll. 1542 -L Yir-e,l'1't-Qi-leiit South- west Yirginin Clulrg Xlaisouic Club: A. S. M. E.g Conipzlny Footlizlllg 1925- L'-mipany B1lSk+?t'lJ1l1.l, l H215 Private Conipany NDN: Southwest Virginia Club: Vice-President M. l:1.g Cotillion Clullg Foutliallg "The Virgini Masonic' Clubg A. S. "5kippers"g Coiiiirauy a Tech Minstre-ls." 1311: - , Ji' J ,sbt "FRANK" Nothing ever bothers "Frank" and nothing ever will, for he is too busy enjoying to-day to worry about to! morrow. Ylle are very fortunate in having with us a member of the Class of '25 -he left school to "engineer" for the Norfolk and XYestern awhile. This company had strong claim on Frank, but it linally decided to let him finish his course in mechanical engineering. nFI'H1lli.Su genuine good nature, pleasing personality, unusual wit, and ability for making friends number him among Techs most popular sons, and a much greater favorite among the ladies. He's always in lore, yt-t ever in quest of new worlds to cone querg a man among men and a god among women. GS.,,g: on f'IiTf.' XXX ' ,x '-NW :xxx -,x ik X X .Ak K, K . w, is V. Q-.y:g,,1N- ff-:.L1-WL-, -.1 1 K ' ff fill- -- 3555.-if HE BUGLE 1, XA 1 fl , . r W f IUL SERGEANTS L A SHAW Fzrst Sergeant H K BACHE Supplg S?1gEl1l'Lf R F WILLEY C S FORD A E DUNN C E SAMPSON J STEINBERG R M HAMAKER CORPORALS B ILLER W N GORDON E W TURNER R H THOMAS W E SHA1-'ER UECNT1 H C HAMMIT V C JONES M G 'IUCKER E BENINETT H TOMPRINS PRIVATES Uzmwnf rvmwwzgmmmowmwmw-A cwgnrpwvrfi nwwnuw L ALDRIDGE C S MURDEN T S NESBIT E BASS H HATCHER L PAUL L GOODMAN BAILEY R GUDHEIM M BROORS C HEDRICK S PUGH L CLANAHAN H HERMAN F RAIJER W D CRENSHAW M HINES E J COIXRAD S COVIESS HUTCHESON J SEDIVY W G CHRISMAN R IRVIN H W DAMEWOOD E F DELOZIER JENKINS M F DESHONG H JONES J. C. Donn . H. LEWIS A. SOBLE J. F. DUDLEY M. C. DUFFY . R. MAHANEY R. TRENOR I H. S. EUBANK . A. MILLER . VONERICKSON F. T. FORMAN , L. MILLER A. WALL W. E. FRANCIS W. C. MILLER . B. WALKER J. R. GEORGE J. T. GILLEY . L. WRIGHT . . E RAVSLES H HOUSEL H REAVES J H SPRAGGINS G P SHELHORSE E C SMITH W T SMITH H JACKSON MARCHANT W. H. SYKES D. MULLER P. WOOLFORIJ 4 I . 1 A 4 in 'fs ' . V Qjf vli- - . . I .A J. . asia ' YX.Y1,Pai?5fyd Y Y A -. cn sz: cn cn-131, cn cn cn as -U3 a ---. WALK Y R , T I S21 fx' -,4'y6!? . ,go Q "l,, A 1' 9 L 6 V N M! M 1 V41 BGL H1 I . I I I .I .l ,I ' Y , ' I 1" . T46 . '. '. Q Y f f ' . .' ' 'L 1 ' ' lf' . . C. . . . 4 .M.BALDOCK HASTY J. POWERS ' ' JM II : 5 ' 3 1 . 1 1 1 3 If 5 I 1 ' If 'Af 5 3 1 ' i 1 a J r i QVC' I ii:,,4 ' 1 ' E I A. , Zi k .V ' Il ,J I ' l U' I ' f Wi 1 + i J ' . 4 yi 7 ff 3 I 1 f f 110 1 g. 5,2 - 4. , QAQS NNQNNC-ANNGN' if! Q - y ,:,-Ttqi T--15. .3-7-,Qv.f,T5--C,-,1l?iYI-1-,,?::l'?xjjfliiii i',1?j1- -1 -.... ,fr-s21Y!i,.i., if A- T, - - Y, ,Y , FIF4-v'mf'f ",EIi,f'T'44f17. F111-Qiifgie--,'J"',11.f-Jfg':Z1,,,i"il: X -QV' -Y if-S, 1 ,,,fwf- xl 1 X fx, X , f f f , A2 ,ff - ,if ,4,,...y 2 -S X, ., , V V 1 Vu V ' ,u X -X . ,-Q r,4f1fff.fff.,,.,....-:- n..f- V z -1 . '--.M ,-, 2-- fr r-fy , xx Xqf' fiff' 2,Lf-T.. fr-""' - X 1 Q- ,j W- ,5 . , I Li x'1'-"7 ' '. ,5fQ1'7f-if',4,f"'-h- " VV,----- - AM H, ww- V 1 - -4-,- -- "-Rf --X 5 i-"i4f53'!'X-9"7"'4f' 11 5 K N"X -JXL 1. bf Us f,g.,1f.45!Ti HM' I 5 , . X- 3 - v 4 A 1 - ' 5 .3-x -1 J. 2 'U 1 r ff :si . X F I N1 , --1 Ii' 3 ," 1 , . 'f-w .A f "YQ: "' f?'3,Qf5,i. A , 1 , 4 ' . . ' 1- f an -wk -4' u Y ' sw -N W ' ,, 4' ff fri I 1 -uf' -"- X By ' f 3,-1 FTP' f "i f y , I ', ,Q .- -s-W pq 4 W F fl,-1. -Q , ' ' -.'."'g: 15, ' N ,:Q.g:.., U , ,-5.15. V M ' -' V. "x"" . M - ' , ' RQXTN .. -f Nwli--"" y M P 4. T fi' 'WUI 3 24 1 WV 5'-if 'f X. ,.. " . , I 1 Q , . " Q . + N Wx . - 1 I X 7 P l 1 Af F 1 l I I V P i f f E 1 3 X ' 4 y P x 1 1 V ' 2 1 1 , - Q H.G Captain R. B. SKIN NER Liczzfezzazzt L iczzz'c1zu1zt Lfiezzfwzavzzf Livzzfvlzalzf . GOODMAN, JR. R. SILK C. E. IQOEPPEN XY. A. Rm'x1rf1ELD, IR. X , W, , M , ,. ,. 31 ' vlw 'lm wlg llgr fwv Y Xf . 'V limi! V 1 ff 1 1,1 E' If: Ygl, M ,. X, Y L. ' ' gl'-: V55 QQ ,I' W , Q N lw Mr' M 1,1 w:N wi ,li W W ,Ml M Sf707ZS07' MRS. B. L. SKINNER, Petersburg, Ya. I f i 1 i P15114 "fp, -'GfxiNEs" ffisqa ' ' P -ff-Y E' 'llli' ix In September. l922. the Virginia Polytechnic institute received a very line "Cimoher" from Petcrshurg. Vir- ginia, This peanut was nnne other than our tiwn Gaines. Contrary to most peanuts, Gaines Came out of his shell and hegan to ilo things, as his long list of honors will indicate. Tlirriiigli the skillful work of his pen. many of Teeh's pub- lications have risen to planes far above the average college products. The 1920 BUGLE has heen most for- tunate in securing his services. Far greater than all of these hon- ors. Goodman has attained a reputa- tinn fm' his strong character. XVith such attributes it is hardly necessary i i l .sl ik -1-V-1 'Y' . l - ff-V.-W .- .EMS if -z.2.e,x2.,c ,,,.,,,g,2. iq ' i PQ. - 2-22212 2 Q, QQ -QQQQQQ ,ef fe C-fl1'IIfTf'.'Qi'YT".'ti,'f..":" 'V-' """" " ' r""""'A """""""""f""" Jil i :il i i .xl :rel ! N HENRY Gixixes GOODMAN Q l Qi 1839 Westover Ave., Petersburg, Virginia 1 ,lpplicel Chenzisfry i E in A 1922-1923 5 its Private i'Band"g Lee Literary Soeietyg Staff l Cartoonists "Virg'iriia.'1leeli"g Cartoon Editor Y "The Bugleug Virginia T ech Minstrelsg . 'X Petersburg Club. i 1923-1024 l R Corporal "Band": Staff Cartoonist "The Vir- W VAX i Uinia '1'er:h"g Asst Art Editor "The Bugleng ' Virginia Ter-li Minstrels: V. P. I. "Co1- Q legiansng Petersburg Club. l A v i 'Xl , 1 . 1924-192.3 1 ik Sergeant "Banrl"g A,ss't. Art Editor "The at Bngleug Virginia Tech Minstrelsg V. P. I. I ist "Collegians"g Petersburg Club. i ' 'Qui 12125-1926 First Lieutenant "Band"g Art Editor A'The ix 1926 Bug'le": President Petersburgg Clubg V :N Virginia Tec-li Miustrelsg V. P. I. "Co1- I N-Q legiaus. I W . fix-l A -. i 2 -Ri - .222 ...Ma ' rig? 'iii .1 S l ,.2 24, . . i i l y ' --'--- - 'l' .l, ' 7, 1 11 .W K 1 3 X- . , . . xi 1 ' xl I ireg.. ,, . , N471 ' i' - -22532 l ' Qi -We ver -when-----PM igf si li' QE i ' . L it Ng Qi ' it R ' 4 iq Qi ' I1 ' I I r ,N Pr- ' -"-f"'f'f 'sri Xl! i 4 ' 'N i J, - i NE i 1 I ie. N l l i P to speculate on what the future holds fm' him. 1 fi Ii . lil lv .... , .-.,s..,..-..-. . we .... ,..,e,..,,.L,S, . ggi QTg?7'Pfl'1KX'ib-Q i 5 tu Y. rx rx! xi .Xi fl mi i l I 4 A l S ,g,,,,..,-g:.. ..-1......-ni:....1L:f:x-:::-.-1-g1i1-1.-ss-:L-. 11- ,411 .3 - -, . . , ,,,, , . . W , 1, ,, . -L-1-H Tn .--.Y . - Q i .Wx s-2,-qsfsfw-s-emmvfff-s-sf-1-N --- Y--V -.-- - -4'.- 7. V. . . . . - , . .-f....-,..- Y . W i L4 4.Q.4.,.Q-,'.---,.11 4.11- 111111, .. 1 ,..-,,. 1 1 . 1 , .1 ..-N , ,---,...1--.. . ii ,.l............-,.,.-- -1 Y... iv-.-.W - 1. . , .0 1. 1 ARNE ROBERT GUDHEIM B1u.cksbu1'g, Virginia .llcvlluiiic-al .Ellflillt'CI'fllU I 1922-1923 Private Company "C"g Blat-ksbui'g Clubg Rifle Clubg Company Basket-ball. 1923-1924 Private KKBZlHli"Q Blue-ksbl11',g' Clubg Rifle Club. N 192-1-1925 Private "Ba1xt1"g Blacksburg Club: A. S. M. E. 1925-1926 Private Company "Band"g A. S. if M. E., Blacksburg Clubg "Skippers"g Pushin' On" Club. X N Es' is fx! i-Q T 1 r 'Y N xi i ,gif in ,i ra , :Xi ' Zvi il i , 21355 1 --.,.--,. . Ii 11 E ' I iii g 5.15 5 351 E if 2 I F2 2 his K Ei 5 5 3 Q 2 Qi ii JR 'xl S s R R, eq! 15 ix xi 2 4. T. Q, N K 3 Q rl, - Q54 -25 ,-'xi 'Z-XRXE' "Don't give a flern for expenses." "X es sir. that's my baby nuwf'-this is "Arne" Gutlheim of Blacksburg. His roving days started when he went to camp last summer. He used to rove over to Hampton every week- day and twice on Sunday. And when he came back to college this year he clidn't stun, Hes a charter member of thc "Dusty Three P. M. Tourists." "XVe must catch our atmtisphere"- "Arne" again. He never fails to ar- range a week-und trip for the "Dusty Three" nn matter what the weather. This. however, is not 'H-Xrne's" only hobby. Besides possessing most win- some ways, he is a true friend and a good sport. Here's to you "Arne," Tech wishes you success. X ' ' .LT 'T' A' 'Qf.-,1 .,.,-,.'Z11l,.1gf,.-"Lil iff. '.."..'fQfT'T1Q Q 1 ,if gsggvxw f lb Q e me Sy: X. Xxix -, X X. x 'XX sk -. . , . . Y W W Y H F H V YA, mr -- M, WM , Nvvwi- -,QM-fri' 1' I me .f'g'1j1F'1,X"-QQ-?1"1fQ""i""x11 xx x CHARLES Eowiuzn KOEPPEN Fredericksburg, Virginia Conzmrrcial Ellflll1fCCl'fIZfl 1922-1923 Private Company "B"g Rappahannock Valley Club, 1923-192-1 Corporal Company "EN: Secretary-Treasui'er Rappzilimnnoek Valley Club. 1924-1925 Sergeant Company t'E"g Vice-President Rap- pahannock Valley Club. 1 925-1 926 Lieutenant Bandg President Rappahannock Valley Cluhg Rine Clubg "The Virginia Tech Minstrelsf' Qs: ' f if f : lia lil .,pUKKiN" ,.N,1,,. ax 11 UW tt V, There is only one thing "Pukkin'-fl likes better than sleep and that is more sleep. This is probably because he comes to us from the sleepy little town of Fredericksburg. Although fond of resting in the arms of Morpheus, he is by no means a dull lad. He has never been ac- cused of really studying and probably never will be: but why should a bril- liant man burn the midnight oil? He is blessed with a jovial disposi- tion and a pleasing personality which makes friends for him wherever he goes: a carefree spirit, but willing to help anyone out of difficulty. During the "big game," old boy, in everything you attempt, may you find success. ' i U' Wig . ,W f ., ., Y , .-evve ..-....3.44.,g4s.-.gg c, i:,:s.4X..,3 TTT xxx xg W -,-,....f...a...,.i...-....-...l.-1 N, F--egg:-sera-me.-.z.:-2-,-:cn-:1,:, ,.-L :f :W .1 ..:-,na - :Q .,,,, . 41. .4 , ., -ea-.. Y : 1 1 L, QL..,...i ?2b4.:.i' 'still fl- sam ,- ..-E 4. a.aQQ gif .' l1?.l.L Q, ., Q . Flin ,,,, M .,,..,.,-. .,-..,,..--.-- mm--- . ., asm. ...Wan .i 3 R R IX is 'l .ix l El 1 - l lt ig! 3 it lsr ru, nfl ml .gli all ,L ZX l l V-r oi 1 N 1 rv Q 1 E6 ll ll ll ll ROBERT SILK, IR. 4811 Virginia Ave., Newport News, Virginia Electrical Ezzginecriny 1922-1923 Private Company "GY Episcopal Club' Hampton Roads Club. 1923-192-L Corporal "Band"g Episcopal Club, Hampton Roads Club. 1924-1925 Supply Sergeant "Band", Episcopal Club, 192541926 Lieutenant "Band"g Episcopal Clubg Hamp- ton Ronds Clubg A. I. E. E., Ride Club. ,.,x V , xy 'Aa A 5? fTi'il"Ti"'T' ' l y l 1 1 l X Niixgglffiji HBOBU Among the "rats" who emerged from the wharves of Newport News 1' in the fall of 1922, there was one who 1 could be easily distinguished from the l others by his nseasickly-wavy" hair. l This curly-headed "rat" was Robert 4 Silk, Ir., later to be known as "The t l Major's Boy." The last term of his L Junior year was completely wrecked Q X by sickness, but a little thing like that N , was no hardback for him. He is tru- ' ly American in the sense that he does , what he sets out to do, and we can 5 truthfully say th at he h a s many , friends, and that when another is l added to his list, he holds him, being 5 3 ever considerate of others. ' "Bob," we Wish you luck and pros- , perity with everything - e v e n the lk ladies. E 1 E I , E 1 Q l .K I lb , N -' A wh- 'V ,'fffAA1Q'ff 'QQ ,:l.l..Q' X W YL fr Y WWE, Y Y -I hga.g.z.,a-.a,wlai,,,,,,,f-, , ,, ,T A-L:L,.f.,:faf ,,,.f,s In-,fm-f Lena-J., ,, ,A-fzgsfter,-afssfefea,-.-.ex1-. ., - -, este. E 1:2 F-ia... , f 1 i 5 T"igffi"sl,QflQSQfQQg -all if ivy:-i.'iYifl..'31w il.9lQQQQ.fe ' --lion" t'Here we are. 4lL'I'11Cfl if we :1in't"- 'lil Bob Skinner from pcunut town. If you scan the Columns of the l'i1'g7i11ia Tuffz, you will sou whcrc that "certain partym Caught zi musc and a typical pucni of iifwtt- resultcal: if you turn the pugcs uf this volume hrezitlilessly, you will hnally come to the word "Eclitoi'-in-Chief" and nh- servc the riffwcsaillg if ynu run clown thu lung :nnfl tin-swine list uf appoint- ments. ywu will linfl him listed high zuwmg tliwsu present: or perhaps you niziy hnvu hezirrl the Virginia Tech Minstrels or watched him lead the clunccs. Thu ahrwc is siippmsititin, Tlm5e who liavt- hccn nc:u't-st to him during tht-so fnur ycars, lcnuiu that his is a gm-nizil flispusitiou, zi well-grguntled cliarzicter, :incl ll strong flctermina- tiun to "get nn" in the wm'lcl. i I 1 ROBEIQT BARRETT SKINNER Bnx 53, Pete-rslm1'g, X-il'g'il!l2l .lppliwfl lfiulofm 1922-1923 P1'lX'1lfL' "B4m1l"3 Cotilliun Clulig Yirginia Trfch Minutrvlsg Executive Committee of - I, I .. Cm-px uf Cznlelsg X. . , CrnllL-,Lfi:11is": Re- portei' "Yii',u5inia 'lk-vli"2 Episcopal Clulig 1"4ftQl'slJlI1'g Clul-. 1923-15124 C.n'pu1':il "B:mil"g Cntillinn Club: Executive Cuniinittee Untillioxi l'luhg Exer,-utive Coni- mittee of Curps of Girlz-ts: Re-po1're'i' "Vir- :iniu 'l'ef:h"3 Yii'g'ini:n 'I'e-vli Minstrelsg V. P. I. "L'rvllegiuiis"3 lipisl-npzil Cluhg l'ete1'sbi11'g Clulrg l'1'e-Kllwliwall Chili. 1924-1112.1 Firm Se1'g'v.int 'tBun-l": Cutillion Cluhg Exuvutive Cuinniittee Cutillion Clnhg Sol-ie-ty Eililrn' "Yirgini1 'l'er'h"g Execfiitivc Cmnmittee uf Corps uf Uzuletsq Y. P. I. "l'ullegi:1us"g Yirginizl Te-4-h Minstrels: Episrw,-pal Clubg Pc-ti-i'slri1rg Cluhg Tent Xu, 11. Fuinp Meade, Miliylzmml. 1925-15326 Cnptnin "Bain-l"g Leznler Cutillinn Club: Editor-in-f'hief M1926 Bugleug Associate QEdiLur,,"Yirgiuiu.,Teul1"q Director Virginia. TEC'l1t YMinstre1s': 1,l'OSf:4'lll"iDg Attorney of Corps ofYGn:ls-ts: EX6'i'lll1iVS Cmnnxittee of Cmipsg Exevutiw Cmmnittee Cotillion Clubg LV. iP. I. "L'nlleginns"g Episcopal Clubg P9TEl'siVrllE.' Vlnhg Ht'llll9Ill2lll'S Club. I 5. I --,.-- A-2:3 - -aw-------g,,.,f- -f-' We-:..-.,--,f -W .... MIK l 1 - l N. 'Q I' GREENVILLE LoRENzo 'WRIGHT ll London Bridge, Virginia k Commercial Engineering 1' ll' 1922-1923 if Private Bandg Norfolk Club. W f ' 1923-1924 'Q Corporal Bandg Norfolk Club. 1924-1925 A Sergeant Bandg Norfolk Club. ,l N ' N 1925-1926 3 xx Private Bandg Norfolk Club. li? - - 'Nz I . V il -4 I C li 'Zi 6 - . I .gl W' 1 .3 eq. ,Ml - -. -Z zz- Ei 5 1 Y N w 1 , ' 'Z f T?,?1L--Q? li N 1, A 5725199 , .VN ,F Y. J f-'V'-? .1 ., -, I mx N- 2213 'ff f 1 N Q he J lim If ,lg fi! A ll :----W ' ' ,lbw X . ML 'I 9 -we fy . 1 -H-ff For ef-W-W-W-W--1-m-4-f an . ll - . f IE All 'X R l 4 iyll N' il ' 1 f lil:-X li 5 i wills, 1 1 1 UGREENIEH gif . w XN'hen iiG1'S6lll6n came to Blacks- It y Y burg he hgured that agriculture was ,gl ' b W . one thing he knew enough about: so MQ-1 i . UT l1e registered in electrical engineering. 5,1 Solving the mysteries of "Juice'i in lil one year, l1e entered the commercial isles Held. A life He also has taken part lll extra- 1525- curricula activities, and punishes a :5 gg - ri 1 . gw. mean drum 1n the Band. He was 'qw ' even a sergeant once, before he de- IQ veloped a sore throat and couldn't ,VK call tl1e roll. , The wrestling squad lost our nap- py-headed playmate wl1en the uco- I, eds" banned cauliflower ears. "Green- fll ie" hated to give in, but that's all right: they even got Ulysses and lol Mark Antony, . 5 A FN NVhether iiGT66U1C'y runs a farm, street cars, or for Congress, those lie with whom he comes in contact will sl be fortunate., and, if they be females. 'Q well entertalnecl to boot. 'lx 4 r N l x ii I . F Q X i'34r'si'5s5X ' ' ' ' . 9 X 2 xxx . xx . xsff-1 -..s.sQ'xxx X-A., f, A., fi' X I -f:....w'.u1-:4e.'Aji!-I-W .SIf.5-A---A-s......a.3mra.i:II - V - .11 wwM....:'Q-I--ku..--S---..fu I IIQIIQI 1 IT'i"f 3.ji1jff?iIjfgggqjmagw,I ,QQ D. CD CD G, In In CD m Q I I Y . .i.I,.:L,Ii I I g.1IIgjI u IIfTIffT - I L... I H E Y H LI C. L E - I 9 L 6 'I ,.jifl,,Q2,giH,QI-,, ,ff.QEQgljfQf'i:fif2 ff---Q MH 'A-ff f III24' Iw-,I I IIIQII I VpMf ,D II, 4I'II 'IIILfgIIII 1' ' I 6 99 OIUIILIQJQGUIIIY 4 fI I I II I I IIIAVAI II SERGEANTS II I I II XV. A. NOELL, First Sergeant C. XV. XIAUGHAN, Supply Sergeant T. N. CANADA J. E. RICE I3 R. D. HODGES C. A. HAYDEN IIIQEI . G. H. ELLISOX J. W. YOUNG II I , CORPORALS III 'I' ,L af 1' II ff , D. PITTS I D77 VII I I Ijy C. PETTI' I II ir.jI,if. ZPIFUZ F' 4..g 3 'WS EPETSS Z ASEE :I O I-I ,.Iw'6'I-I II 'Z P-I PUD T. BARRON F. BEDVVELL I W. N. BEVERLEY VV. Tx. BRAME I J. XIV. BROWNLEI I' M. E. CARSOR I I I . J. CO1-'EMAN . . COLLINS I . I . COOR . CORSTAPHNEI' . Cox CRAIG CROCIQETT . DISNEY TUPUEOU, FPIZQZIR II .I . A. DURFEE ,im .x .-. . I.. XV. .wmrIwI7Jvdr'ur11I11g1wpf1wrlfI, P. L. PRICE XV. F. HARRINGTON R. B. COWELL PRIVATES S. H. LAIIIBERT J. R. LAWSON C. ELCAN S. ELLIS ELLIS XV. I. LAXX SON R. R. LEM IS P. XV. LOGAN J. E. TXTACDOAALD G. C. M.AST H. C. LIAUER C. MILHISER J. S. NORTON L. S. MOTLEX W. G. NICKOLLS R. XI. PARKS VICWUUZEFCUPJ Ex ANS . FITZGERALD GLEASON HANDX' HARGPOXE . HARRIS . HOOPEIQ HUNDLEX HUNTER M. HL'TCI-IESOII IRVIN O. L. PARSONS XIV. XV. PATTIE J. H. REDD E. C. ROCHE M. C. ROHRER G. F. ROGERS mwmgyu JACKSON . JOHAS JOHNSON . KUCERS M. KUNIIEL .S 2,1 -'-f QA: -.-.A.- IA.-I-:Im --12f:S:I:s:- ,. -.I-4,-pq sq,-.4 A. L. COOKE T. A. EXVANS M. F. RICHARDS C. A. PIODGES . E. RUST . E. SANDERS . T. SCOTT . V. SEABOLT W. M. SIMMONS F. SMITH T. V. SMITH C. E. STEVENS XIV. P. SULLIVAN W. R. TOPI-IAM . B. TOXVLER . W. TREVERTON . U. TURNER J. M. TUSIRG H. WAHRMAN . A. WALDROP J. F. XIVATSON P. L. WATTS O. L. WILLIAMS W. B. vYOUNGER II2'f ,,,. .'::I. I , . :AI ug' ' v.- IFGQSQ " SHSRSF. ..1 - -- IL. .,.. I fssgi I,I I I fI 1' --. .S eff 'ssl ISSWQQS III A I ' I I f I -5 -'I ' . I , I .I I I .- I V I I I ., I I 'I U A '5 . III,j. II . I I,f II . . I I . Q, E. I I I' - I I I I I I -41-221 III? If, 51-4 I I , I r-v-,?.YYTn- I. A I , . I I ,Ir -VL aff- ':, I I I1-21-Ig I Iv f? 'Qc I ' I' . I ff- ---A:rg:I,I AIII I S . X ' A I A e.. s x QQ NX wx X35 I I . , . . . .Xxx Pix x"'S . - S-'S xxx X-X V my . A.. I QS I R SSA is S. . S. RSTSS LNFF QASXSYINCS .S A 'Z NA. SAMS 'S SE SSI I SAXSS.. 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N ' 1924-1925 1 , NS Private Company "Eng A. S. A. E.g Company 1 W ,1 N Football. 1 1925-1920 ' ' Q' Private Company "Eng Vice-President A. S. s 1 A. E.g Company Footballg "Skippers." 1 S L 1 , 1 1 ll! Y l n llilgl l r Q 33 Nl 1 1 1' .- l ll , 1 1 ,wil vlll ' f---f 1 -ini JV - 1 . l"',: Q--K---1 - 1 --3--' f ill 'mfr il ll 1 -' 2 1 -w-f-- 1 - , gy, "" . 111 Nl 19 see e1111.sr:e ' 1,9111 - vwfbfrd 1 gm, Nfefghs Wig-l,.':?'s1 1,5 fs 1 1 1 A if' . 1 ' JMI1 NL., xref, f'9NT 2 li "dl "1,3,,,1,L7,gp f si ff I V -7' S. --g'-1- l "' " ya--Gilt-e A '! X -:-Ui -v aim- - 1.Y,. l 'P Nl- h J ulffff ?':4.ni'L Q' ' 1 E2 lil 1 lil? 11. gl f 'rr' ll E f 1 1 ' t " r l1 ' ' ll ll 1 ,J l ll 11 55 ill l X ' Z I-1 1 E lirlg 1 1 NK- ' ' E izl UKIT11 1 VW 1 1 5 M1 Certainly, :Xppomattox can boast two great events: tl1e surrender of 51:3 Robert E. Lee, and the birth of H "l51t." "kit," by his wiiinmg person- 1l Qt ality and care-free manner, has won l1,!lySX,1 many friends, and we do not wonder 21 P5 why that girl at home desires him to L 511, come back and claim h1s own. Ill 1 1 1' FU 1' ll only one respect do we feel sorry for Q l 1 ,kill her-his motto ls, "Ole Lady, get me f 'I something to eat." 1 Y -As an "Aggie Engineer" he has the X' lk, highest EllTllJl'E1OllS. We are sure that 1 1a Mal success awaits you, Earl: so go get 1 li lt. Wle all XVlSll that you may be 5 1 M132 happy in your zlceomplishments and 1 '- 1' 1 1 . I i gi X me I -' fx ' l 'K 1 1 S ' l ll? 1 l 13' 118- l 1 1 1l F 1 iw 1 in ,Ml l l!IlNll ll S' iw 1 51 rl' ll ll ,1y 5 g1f1g.-.,.. ,2 1 1 1 ,l1!f . 2. -7 f .11--QA: , , .. f"7""" W Y W NYYY W W 1 1 . f'1f1s?1A.'s.f5..3'-,T Q,"i.s.X:xx3:"r1'i7i'?'ll"xT'R'QT? 'QT . X '-r 1 x if F I 1 . if i 4. V -- -..V-:.o..a,......,,4l X oo X . 4.9. "r""r'. s.+.vxif.iFff'serx -1 '-W' Y VY Y YV -Ti X' I ,i w Y P- 1 I A I HAROLD CLAYTON Cox I - Q Coalwood. West Virginia i i .llvfgllulziull liiigilitwiliy I ' n 1922-1923 ' L Private Company Cfwniopolitnii Club. 11123-1924 Ii Corporal Conipany CUSlllO1lfXllfill1 Club, E, i ,x , 1924-1923 ifwlw Private Coinpany "I-Ing West Virginia Club: ES! A. S. BI, 111.5 Company Footlvnll. 192.3-19245 FS, Private Company A, M. 12.5 "Skip Q iii' pers"g Company Footballg 1'hi Kappa Phi. l,l.J"lE I ll SEQ I 4 fm ' ,f '- yi f , k. i I ' F" ' ivy . 1, 1,-A 3 vii X i , .: '5 .'2.g":fg+s'9 , ' A ,x 1' f S' 8 X A xi, -Q X 1 4 1. xii A il Ei l -1' r W... f 'f:-r,...?,.?..1'Cf'?.' X C 'QL' ' ,. 1 f"'-4.3 . - .D'.-wi., si X91 ' if 'X 135' '9 Fr' T -. A . .. agosto fs -4, X .-512 315+ 4,331 i 5 . Q ' I .- I 5."T7".r-C f, '- in -- -.-.LF A-,fs h y q'Ti4:u-.s-,.,-. .51 , . fi. . . ...WH . .a,a.,.s, ,U i ,L '-fo? ! f.::.:-?a:L:'55is1:g'.z:-1, L5 , ' 3 A , ,WTR gr, .W W E' fur- ,f V -.inwbitg X 1- 1 if rf- 1 155 i ,LJ We ,, 1-.1 3,1 'vii E. P. iw " wwf? za I I U i l 'i . iff if .i fi Q- f for il 1 fn 'A F iv" E i. L 1 ,iii w it if A ,il nfl WIS'-f. K, A VF J ' i 1 P PN 1 X 5 'v ' ' QW "Ip" 6? -AH.xRoLD" MQ ' ' FI + ' "Lets take a nap." 'Tis no other id, than "Harold" who came to us from aiu. N' the mountains of W est X irginia, ot IL' -Qjl which he is very proud. We soon 'lf found hun to be a regular fellow who lf? I x follows that old rule of work while you work and play wh1le you play. ,jiigxqi H15 willingness to hel others and EM Q' X . . L . I i -fi l hls stralght -forward manner s o on gi HH , made h1m popular. 'i N, N I D y popu-ar anion., WCM, N -fHafO1d"iS not onl 1 U ll N Q ' K men. He claims he has found the tl, 'gf ' 5 girl of Ins dreams. Wifi! i From his record here wlth us we IHQQH feel sure his name will some day rank among the highest of l'I'lE'Ci'l2ll'll- li pg cal engineers, and we w1sh him hap- 14 N1 pmess and the greatest success. Ei ii Qi ,gr , i . :AQ nie 1 ' li 1 If X, N jg? Et... 0 , V x Mill Q al. MI N Q 5 I' 1 Q - . . 's frlu . U " ' Y "M Y i 'wzwmn-Q'-7 C -..V Y ..-. -. K W. .. .. , ..... -----.. T.,....f::,.,.-.aa-A , f . , . -1-,sf-we--4--sf-fp ,A-,-1 V, is--7-.VH ,Y . ,..,,..A i .sms ,T-,-,.,,,:g,.,,,.. J .si - 4- - -- i--A - - W- A-A--sw... -V W--.J,,-A...--.---.,..-,A. ....-...-....4..i..s... .V "A RTHURU Brown eyes and dark hair do well become a man, and that accounts for ",Xrthur's" popularity with the girls. Not o nly is he popular with the ladies, hut with everyone he meets. VVhen we iirst met him we knew right there that Prospect had sent its best to represent that metropolis at Tech. XYith his quietness and conserva- tism he has made his college career very successful. As a student of horticulture he cannot he surpassed by anyone. Some day we know that he will he us successful in his work as he has been in school. As "Ar- thur" leaves our midst we wish him a hearty success. and that he may End happiness in that success, which we feel sure he will accomplish. Li-:wis :XRTHUR DURFEE Prospect, Virginia HU2'fiz'uIfllra' 1922-1923 Priiate Company "Eng Hortieulinml Sovi- ety. 1923-1924 Corpoi'ul Coinpniiy t'E"g llortieultural Soci- Qty. 192441925 Sergeant Coiiipnny "Bug llo1'tif'ultu1':Ll So eietyg Coinpany Football.. 1925-1926 Private CUll'l1'V1lI!y "Eng "Skippers"g Horti- eultnral Soeietyg -LH Club: Ag'ricult,ural Stus de-nt's Honorary Conncilg Company Football l" 'X l D: l XX sri LX E3 rl li X lil Rl -X ll Q Vx, lox! lv lfN EN IN l'Xg N Vx el ? AXN lily i x Q si iid .XJ ,XJ -N l t l l A Y ,, ,X R1 vu K Xl 'Xi X, X . ,Q N Xl bi on Xl N x X i K ,xx ,., X if, Xi fk ii -it l X, ixi fy X. i MX ,-X , . is 1 QSLEf:.Qgg,-- gtg.. ,,,-s:4,.,s.s3.gs- Jesse, ss .i i .,, A 'l ei . i 1 1 A 1 l ' ll 1 l li 1 il 11 !11s11 itil l fir all Qq-15 :RICHARD SHEL'l'I'rN ELL1s gl Alrfonia, Virginia .lflfflllflilllll 1s12z.1s12:a Q .X 1. ,ji Private Company MEN: Central Virginia VUE Clubg Freshman 1f'riotl1all Siguudg Freslnnan F l Track Team. 1923-1924 hx' Q Private Company "Eu: llorticulturzzl Club: - Q '1' Varsity Trai-k Teanug Football Squad, , . lf I1 1924-1112.3 l Private Company "Eu: llo1'ticullui'al Club: 1 Monogram Clllllg Company Football: Tent ' X No. 11, Camp Meade, Xllllylilllvlg Yznsily , Track Team. X . 1925-191243 l 'l Private Company "EU: Mono,uran11 l'lllllQ 1 l ' 1 Company Footballg Y. l'. I, 411 Cluhg Yar- i - sity Track Teamg "Shippers," l X l 1 1 1 ' l 1 l . 1 ,. 1 .L ! . l , 3 , , l 3 ' ' E lf ff i fx 1+ l. fr.: I . Vt! ii 1 -'f 1K KRS? 1 :-J fi gal iglffl 'K 14 1 .lr . ilffll 1 LH, 1 ill 1U KJ. 1x1 . df lil If il H1 , it le' 1 rl x ,....,-.. E., --Dick" Judging from "Dicks" standing in classes, athletics. and other activities, his motto seems to he, "lf a thing is worth doing at all. it is worth doing well." XYhen he tackles a job, which is quite often, he tackles it with a vim. The tirm belief of others in "Dicks" ability is especially empha- sised by the number which flock to his room during examination period. "Dick" has made many and true friend by being a staunch friend to all. He has never been known to turn down anyone coming to him for help. He has proven himself to be a true gentleman as wcll as a true Techman. From what has been said one might get the impression that "Dick" is en- tirely of a serious nature, but any member of the fairer sex will tell you that he is also possessed with wit and humor. Wie wish for him the best that life can give. fi is ii""""""g-Wu' ,LO ' KMLLKD ' ' """""" "" ' ' ' ' " 'W ' " 3' """""-'AA ' YW ' 47 Wwrrmvnik 1 1: Ti' 'T ' '77 7 7 l' " Q Q 'aww' Y' ' ' 'WJ' W ' uxigyq.-ix 1- - - - E1 K y 11 i 1 1 L 1 11 11 '1 11 11 l -1 ,J 1 1 '1 Ifg.Tf:,.,.,..i.:,.....2.-.sms.-,-.-E-M'z...m,........1.ms11,.-.T I .--..--.-.... 2. 22 1 5isgfig.'J'TiQgf, alfa! 'IF 77x73 -1 113, --..- -- . ..-.-, W Y Y 111111 R W1 .1 511- --11 1 ll-11 1 ' Fu I . A 1 gmt ' DAVID Gmscow F,xR1:AcU'r, III 11 1 Speedwell, Virginia -1 1 C'0n1mCrciul Ell!llll1i'I'llI1I - 1921-1922 51,11 44931 Q Private Colnpany "BN: GQ1'lllill1 Clubg Junior Q1 1: , Yarsity Footballg Company Basket - ballg rl U Cwsirzmwlwolitaim Club. 1 1-51 .14 l 1923-1924 11 L1 -' ' ' C1n'11oi'al Cfnnpany "E"g Cuinpany Basket- lf '31 hallg Cusxnopolitan Cluh. fl 1 1924-1925 z, 1 Sergeaiit Company "E"g German Clubg jig. 795111 1 "Suit-i1le1's"g Company Basket-ball. M1 1 - . .1 1.1 1 192.3-1926 711 '11 I Lieutenant Cnznpnny "E"g German Club: I ij 1 I 'l'lllIl'iSlS Club. 11 1 -1 1 1-1 1. 11-1 151 ' 1 1 1 U 1'1- , j En- JA V Y Y: WY 1' 1' ' " " Xi 1 . -.1 14, ,..A..-.c:..2 l - fs- '31 ' :Y 1 if Q-,.. ,mxtxx sm 1' 1"1 -' Y' if-Lg--4' ' f-X ' .,.,,,,1' I if - N1 .N ly , ,f, lilly' 'V I 1 . .... .1 11111--Wfmffe-'X at fr -X 11 st. 1 . ' W' ' , , .. ,, ,, . . I .x X X . xxlx' 'gre Q gt 'X ' 'i7f'1fz"""l ff i 1lf,"1f'l f ' ig ll all 1531 fl lfifnf 1 111 11 if 1 11 11 ll l, 1 211 1l ,' 1 151. 51111 inn' 12 I1 1 f 1 1 11.-' 1 -1 11 lI1 11' '1 1 ll .1 5519 X .fwf 11 ll If 1' .. f Y '1 KX i . IH .N 1 I ir' .. . ' ' 1 1 "Everybody .loves a lover -that sity -1 Z . why "Ducky" is so popular, especiali- Gif ' 4 'l ly with the ladies. .Xnfl military hataiy -1 jul its real origin when "Ducky" inafle 1- Ql his appearance 1111 the quadrangle- 1 gfgj may it resume its former state of X 22511 laxness when he leaves! His amlni- I? 11? P-11 tions are many, but, much to his re- ix ,N Illlml' gret, l1e was able to lmld only one lx -1 . . . . gl military onfice at a time. Q ps! "Ducky" is considered one of the 1 best dancers at V. P. I. and he is , jj. constantly 111 danger, wl11le on the , ClZll'lCC-l'lf'1OI', of being moblned by the 1 1-TM fair sex. Q 1 lg'1,j1y 'ln really know "Ducky is tn ap- ! E1 preciate the h 1 g h e 1' type ot man. 1191 Honesty is one of his greatest tual- 1 1, ., . .. 1 E11 l ities. His smcerny in every task has X 11 given hnn the success he deserved. 1 lg QQ To himself he has been true: there- ' 1,1 lore true to others. He has many '1 lgt ll'lE'llflS in the corps. and all uf tl1en1 1' gli'-ll wish lnn1 success. ' 1 1 1 if 1-1 1 I l 1 1 1. 17-5 1 1 . 1 . .1 lk! 1 l -i 5,-1,1 1 1 1 Q1 'N ' 1 V1 l-I1 l 1 1 . y 1 15511 Nil., .1 l-T1l.-..... -I - I. .swf . ... -. - W W. '1 11121..n.,,.Mc....-....xu.....-..s.,1.ag..,:.,-. -- fi?-.xgami ---- ..,..,,-.L ,f....,,,:.T.gf1-:wz- Y- - ,- I fs 1 . et t 1 1 1' 1 1 1 1 1 1' 2 I x N . tx 'K xY1T'X"lW'T4Tx"K7?i N H I' 1 5 1 X 351 Q Q, N THOMAS BENTON FITZGERALD Blackstone, Virginia ' Q Clzemic-al Ezzginccriny lx 1922-1923 Private Company 'tE"g Central Piedmont is Club. Q 1923-1924 A Private Company "Eu: Central Pietlimnit Clubg Chemical Club. x-. 15124-1925 X N Private Company Central Piedmont Club: Chemical Club. ' 1925-1920 lynx Private Company "Skippe1's"g Central i X Piedmont Clubg Chemical Club, E il Til I s Q, in fiff' 'la " ' sz Q 'Lf es irslbtff .. , , Ng. ,,L- .iw r,--li' iq 1 f ' 291' X , 1 lx, - ' v i: . ' F e, be: "-'W fs.,-1:i..'L 1,-1, at 'pefgjf "'4"'e". il - S --' jijg'-.g.Q X XGA' Q -' ha i , vi, "4' ' Q-al. 1, 351 xi. 'lx .iv , am? ijt Q- f-. - ,U K 7 ? -....,g:l:.e.:.1 r 1.3.0 .ai 1. .,q.-.,,,.,.-,,Y,,,,,,,N,,,,,,C-mv, 5 .1 ' V ' KT-+.-""""' -. 1T..'1:.--42ff:1'w . Xie LJ' ,' X we 1 ff ff 1-- n- .wif if 1-1 X xp 'lx If I I piggy lr QQ' x 4 L 5 , - V 5 2, '-H ll SJ l ' ij-N Fi X 3 ,ff ' i ' ,lax fa Y. If 3 f 1 .1 ts- iy Xivf Q ,L I i 'X HQ '1 I X x f - - . .. 1 HLONDLCTOR i "Conductor" seems to hgve one am- N bition: n am e l y to "scribe" in his classwork xv i t h o u t burdenmg his N brain with study. That he has suc- ceeded in achieving this seeming im- 1JOSSliD1i1ty is evidenced by the fact that he does lt. and yet he was never known to study or to get to class on time-and it has been said that some- X times he doesn't get to class at all. He holds the record for accumulat- 1. mg the greatest number of demerits ix W N in one day without receiving a bid to I Jommg that brave band who make I monthly expeditions around the quad- l ' rangle. "Conductors" perpetual good na- ture has won fo r him a host of ' friends, here and elsewhere, as shown 1 by his popularity among his class- ' mates, and by his frequent trips to Lynchburg. .i ii N N . . i Al 1? N i Q 1 X N I 7 , 1. -,M .In 1 34, .. he XYhen Rwzumke sent us "lien" she gave Y. P. l. the best she had, :md we :ire truly grateful to her. He came to Tech to beeoine a great elec- trical engineer and, unlike most of us, he has stuck to his cwurse. In june the electrical xvurlcl will have 21 real engineer thrown into its miflst. But ilun't think "lien" is zu "book vvrj-rm"3 he puts Il little time on his studies, more to his gripping, and most In outsirle activities. To know "Ben" is to like him, zuul to knmv him better is to like him bet- ter. ln him 0 ne may lind a true frienrl and fl good playmate. XYe wish him all the luck possible, and we ex- pect this mzm of the "Magic City' to perform magic wonders in the world of to-morrow. Buxjixxiix XYALIQER HOG.-XN 204 Auburn Ave., Roianoke, Virginia lJIr.'e11'i111I ljrlyillevriny 11322-1923 .l'1'ivute Clblllpilllj' "ling Rninlmke Club. 1023-1924 Cu1'1Io1'a1l Cbrnpuiiy "Ling 'l'1'nek Temug Roun- ukc Club, Cninpmly Football. 1924-1925 Supply St'l'gE3iLllf. Clllllllillly "E", Truck Teamg Mmiugmiix Club, Rminuke Ulubg Cotillion Clubg Cmlllniiiy 1"uetbul1. 1923-1924.3 Lieutenant Company Track Teamg Qloriogiuxzi Clubg Roanoke Clubg Cotillion Clubg A. 1. E. 13.5 Photographic Muiiuger H1926 Bugleng Cfllllllilllj' Football. 'we MN A ,. 'Q .,k ,N ic: fx. ix, ,Ii NJ ix. . '4 , ,, J Lib VX' 91 1 Qi ,. A5 ml :Qi it lx l Pj, .Xp YN If-Q , et .N , X , ei Q3 Xl VY N Q l X :U ,Q N IW TY le, VN T33 A X, l AQ X3 : xi QV N Q ,J iv ,ix N si pi AS T5 Qi , 1 Q V N-1 N . ec X-ywx I II I I I II-s-fi, ,,., ,,a,.--,,,,, , f . I X I I -A -wi N i I I I IQI I IQ ' -I QI 21 R IX I I I I Rx If Io Is.. I2 IIN HX' I , I I II I. I I I X IRI ' IQI Lx I III I NI I IX IX , 1 XI NI N lj I A I I I l XI I I III II SI I IRI ' XI I II vw . 3I I QQII iii .XI I ,II ,XII .XI I PQI .II I 'XI I I- I IAQ I N. I In I EYEIIETT FREEMAN HUNT 1250 Elizalvetli SL, Hampton, Virginia .-l!II'il'1rIfllrrlI Edufvifiun 1922-1923 Private Coinpnny "Eng Agricultural Educa- tion Clubg Hamilton Roads Club. 1923-192-I Co1'1,IrIr:1l Company "Eng Agric-ulturzxl Esluea- tion Clulig Hampton Roads Clulig Assistant Blllllilgkl' 'l'i'aL-li. 1924-1925 Sergeant Conipnny "Eu: Agricultural Educat- tion Club: Yir-e-l"i'esident Hampton Roads Club: Assistant Manager Trac-kg Tent Nunn- ber 11, Cznnp Meade, llarylarld. 1925-1926 Lieutenant Company "EW Cotillinn Clubg President .Xgrieultural Educ-ation Cluhg Presi- dent lluinpton Roads Club: 'l'1'ea1snrev Senior Claissg Manager Varsity Traickg Monogram Club. PII II I I' QI I 'K . II IfI I Ili II If L ,I I1 11 ,Xl II I5- I. is I I5 It yg Lf E II FI I I X ' I -D I Ifl IEII1- ---------------f--M ----- I gg? jr-gif!-ei fig-gs, I I- I -gli-K-lXlQH,i..:.:44,: .sol .:.2.4434.g,-,4, -..KM H me g ' - - - , ' gi . s , 152. ,I , ski V , V Q , vi . ::,,f,. E Q., Q,,,-gg.. ' JI' Ig .-, '- ' "BILL" There was fl great upheaval and a mighty stir of all the supposedly stationary oh j ects in and around Hampton. but it had to he, and out of it all came "Bill," to conquer all and make a name as a renowned stu- dent of agriculture. He has not only won his spurs in his chosen pursuit, hut, through his constancy and ever- helping disposition, has attained many honors. "Bill," as we call him, is one of the few fellows that everytime is proud to call his friend: always a backer in any task, and a jovial companion in any pleasure. Heres to you, "Bill," luck he with you, and may you ever be as good as we have known you to be. ,i i i i i 1 , 1 'gg..J.2lii:.3.E---- 1 so ----- -T g ,Egger-, . , , "Xl ,-:H , Y , , ,N 1 , i 1- 1 li 'X 3 Wx. 1 I Q 9 Q i' 1 JAMES PETER RING ii l Radford, Virginia W BA I .Applied Biology I 1922-1923 ylbi 1 Private Company "F"g Cotillion Clubg Clerk ii A "Virginia Tech." Z f 1923-1924 X uf 5 Corporal Company "FH: Cotillion Club: Cir- jg Qi eulation Manager "Virginia Tech"g Assistant ,X Sly 3, Manager Football. , N x il i 192 4-1925 2 AN , Sergeant Company "Fug Cotillion Clubg Ring it-fii , Committee: Secretary Junior Class: Assis- ffis tant Manager Footballg Assistant Business glnyil Manager "The Virginia Tech"g Southwest lil , Virginia Clubg Member Tent 11. 3 i, 1 ' 1925-1926 gi 4 Lieutenant Company "Eng Business Manager ig Q21 P "The 1926 Buglewg Manager Varsity Foot- QQH . ball: Associate Manager "The Virginia ll-Xi: X Tecl1"g Cotillion Club: Monogram Clubg H Business Manager Virginia Tech Minstrels. is eg. X ig L-,ii wil 30. i , . Wnffff - ifffl is Ni-Vivl ,rs 1 .1 214- .rim-fsefe-fL,s,2 1 A , 13x 95' 1, vs? 'KZ--1-. -time nl- -xy 'ya 1 1 .Ig-X 3 -93.4 . I-,-. -If 1 V 1 i'--xg 'VN 'f-Qsivcifyx X-U i -e--"e---w--------ei:fff- ogg 9 -Q-egsffi K- U, fe - - + .i,.1, x W. V W I I, Q H-11 M 'fi iff'-E tv ew 'il-V . Q sf , 1 I ggi: 1, 1, QM ai ni if if it-E, , .ir 'iff' 4 gl i 11 err 3 i. , --y 1 ik IE i ,TIM MX U my Introducing one '-'Iim1ny" King, of mm., -,J W Q Radford, the thriving metropolis Q' Southwest Virginia. ."J1n1my" ha ' my iliQii worked hard and faithfully during ' ' Liliig his sojourn at Tech, and richly de- serves all the honors and credits that X Q have been bestowed upon hnn, which 3 11 R, are many and varied. 5 Ubi' As manaoeer of the 1925 Football '11 y D - fl Li Team, and business manager of the , 'fi 1926 BUGLE, he has proven his ster- 1 ix Q. ling worth and the right to be called IQ one of the hardest 'workers of the Y li class. 1 H" 17- 1--Wd da my . isis auaysaeietiy nor an i D briffht smile tor everyone, reffardless 1 l -x , D . U il 5 ot color race creed or previous con i' clition of serxitude A staunch friend L 6 lei a true gentleman and a man four l. Fil s uare in ex er res Ject 11T1ITl f will B, gg , fl Y l 5 it ' 1 be missed sorely b f his class mates as ii N 5 ii he hasteneth onxx ard to Lite Liberty Q and the pursuit ot Hippiness 1-t 5' JN I X 1. 'la 11 la' 1 is . i lr, l ii Ig N. 'i' N 1 It Ni ii bf ri Nl 0 Ns li 'Qll F YL i 'T W' I, league gi RFK w r l s 1 i 1 1 1 l:1 9 1 A . x-Q'1c' wff's-vs-sits-s'Qe?rlfv: k . 1 ------- f Y Y Y . 7 . ff, -wi.-,-.s,.f.1. Q. :tug . 4 xii. ii 112: ii!! , np 2 i ul prec lfllfv CHARLES NIILLHISER, II , iles! 11 N01-th Linden sr., Richmond, Virginia ' IMEQM Electrical Engineering ll 1 fi at 1922-1923 g, llighl Private Company "Eng Richmond Clubg Radio Club. ll go 192311924 5 Private Company "E"g Richmond Clubg 1 LJ Radio Club. 1924-1925 Mali! Private Company 'tE"g Richmond Clubg Q! Radio Cluhg Lee Literaiy Societyg A. I. !1',iiQi E. E. 1 ig ' 192.1-1925 1 illhfl Private Company "EN: Riclnnond Clubg President Lee Literary Societyg A. I. E, E.: 4 ql'xjl Rifle Clubg Rifle Teanig Alumni Editor "Yir- 'fight ginia Tech Engineerng Intercollegiate Editor 1 "The Virginia Tech"g Circulation Manager l - M P193 H1926 Bugle": Stage Manager "The Yir- 11 l llhl ginia Tech Minstrelsug "Skippers"g Tourists v l Clubg Phi Kappa Phi. 1' 1 ' l ii? I2-1 tid Q I ,K ii il fl, -f 7 lf :nl Qqirf .1 11 3' 'X A541 '--ri .sr-- -su K CFZ1- T- 1,52 l lx N I x't'-'4fS,L7i....."3'rJ2f if 152' 553. -S-W? ivsrfes-1-cn? T if -sir fifxex 'd3ftiiN'f'1.F63Qi5f3qlffE'f3 fs. v 21 Q , . A- - in X .1 K., so ' XJ 5316. 11lf'3f'.'-.lj2.-""5i"J 1 iw fffjmfm Il: .xijixcikjlf ,Lf ' 1 1 fl-1 l , f1-1. 'elf .. -1 -.uzkimm:.1,11.','p1x sz: 2.1 V T1.l.4-lN- ,A-xr' E1.......,-..,...,.....,,.,..,,,.,t,,,1L,.,g,,,,-,,, An, . as 1 X ?-Z Li:-41: 1 ::gL:::Ti l ,::.Yf.-f' ' l 1, fx l ' ft-Qi l . ....,, W. 1 f' 'if' v '11 'wk-J,-Qx I Sl TM wifi V ' rl r" 1 A ig.: Y ill .1 el ll P' 7' V Wg P13 , 4 1lA yi! v an il 1 1' - In . .- ' 1 1 " fp 5 flef 'V as 141 1191 Ei if :1 3 bl ,gigil Nia if Y Ll, 'iff l ' A 5.15 X635 fd' l nfl l Rss! f - 1. Vu-1 xi N 5,3 --ELMeR 111,151 ' R' fifiyvi 'Lharhe s' tour years at Tech have l iq. ' 'Ci been well spent in Hfrostingh' his pro- 7 lsllxii -13 ,5 f fessors and in taking part inustudent M55 ,Q atfairs. How he can so.en1c1ently Phil, 'M ! 1 and well apply his abilities in so many lin 11 X ' l activities and still be a "scribe" in I l his classes has puzzled us ever since l ' i we have known him. The Lee Liter- EEN V ary Society and T110 Virginia Tech l 5 Qi ' E have found him to be a valuable asset lg all to their work and an indispensable l i' 5 F supported on every occasion. Ii, -l s "Lharl1e" is the exponent of a good EF nature and a pleasing personality: L 1 therefore, he has cultivated a host oi ' kj l true friends. His career while with Hb- I us has been an enviable one, and we WHL, X l wish him the same measure of suc- I iffll I cess that he has had while here. llqqilqr ti AJ . 1 ' l' 1 i 'nhl 1 glial 3 E lull Q13 Mlm liliwl 1 l Mm ' WH-, ,Y ea.- is 1. .... ...A--.,. V--:J QUE X fSffQ3f 2 , ,,,,,e,,A,.,,,- . ..-,, 2 ,Y ,, ,, , , X, -W-...Q HGROWLEY' Ueholcl! The crowned king of then Ugrowley hounds." NY hen George came to Tech he soo11 won fame as a table athlete. Xot once has he been defeated. But in this last year George has, to some extent. forsaken eating and turned to love for his chief amusement. No one ever sus- pected that love would overtake him, but midnight trips from Roanoke, when the thermometer read zero, proved it, without a doubt. George came to us to become a chemical engineer and he has accom- plished this end with the highest hon- ors. Surely s u c c e s s awaits you, "Growley." and, as you leave these halls of learning, we wish you hap- piness in your success. not to men- tion your love. f- ff , , " .-, TA: , ff evlmfzf- , ,. -- ll of "1 1 1 oe-11' o'r"W'1'- 'emo 'r"'fi'ff1gm l l l ml l Nl el :fl Ml 1-' EN , gay . 1 'N lv Xl GEORGE FLETCHER ROGERS 'lf l Pmfm, virginia l Cf!C'll1iL'lll El!!lillCL'l'illil ,I X 1 l I 'X 1922-1923 MR Private Company "EU: Albemarle Club. lf' 1923-1924 ll 'X Private Company "Eng Chemie-211 Club. W I - 1924-1925 R Private Company HE." X' 1925-1926 ' Private Company "E"g President Chemical 'Ms Clubg Phi Kappa Phig "Skippe-rs," 1. i Q x r lx in ,X l13i.N ' miie' GLITG 5' i 3 l 1 l l ' 1 l. 51 , P ll , it .fl W, ,R i X , l Q Q lil , ,, -xl , 1 3 ,KJ l 3 4 Exl l 1 ' sk , ll - -, llg fxl : ' fx l ' , , All l 'X 5, 1 l , 'fx- , N Q age Q '1 3 ix it KX " X K X ,. X - y , 1 L,-V 1. A t VX 2 E . X. I f M' .- .. l 1, Q . - . Q . A X -, 'ff ' i f' ' xf szg lxt li EN r 2' .Ria M " ig to ---e - as WNW' . r 'IQ rg '- if t -W--, R - . -: - Z . Fe sis " s- 1 -x ' " X r t Rm-A +11 1 've ft M R ' 1 ' l li 'X V- ' FP A! l EQ, ,fif V3 A 1, 'N :. - N5 1. ff 1 l Q ...n A I, . l , i J l l , lr- --- ..,. .--,.. ,W -VJ W is "vi fx 'K 3 RN e 1 ' ' X e - - 2 2 A ' R ,gijiffii . .. ..-.. ,.-, ,,,..-: ... -.. 4.44 QEEQQ44 -rg ,--:4.gi G,- FTTTTN'-" ' l. .1 rw ii' 'Fl 5. 291 LN: N is 'Pl N t.l 'i s il levi N . iv, FR Q ,. :N it RY Q -l fx. Ti- P i fx i i is-I ,i Q l K. M, l. A i., if xl 'xl i ,rl ixl .sl lx . X Lx K X x X fl fwl sl ,xi l l r l 'Cl M .1 -1 OscAR Frmxcis SMITH 112 Arlington Ave,, Norfolk, Yirginia Civil EllyilICCI'lll1l 1922-1923 Private Company Freshman Football Squadg Norfolk Clubg Episcopal Club. 1923-1924 Corporal Conipany Football Squad: A. C. Eg Secretary-Treasurer Norfolk Clubg Cotillion Clubg Episcopal Club. 192-L-1925 First Sergeant Company "Eng Cotilliou Club: Vice-President Norfolk Clulig Episco- pal Clubg Football Squadg A. C. 1925-1926 Captain Company "Eng Secretary-Treasurer Colillion Clubg Presirlent Norfolk Club: Tice- President A. S. C. E.3 Episcopal Clulig Com- pany Football. MQ X'-vw ' fr o "OSC-X R" "Oscar" came to us from Maury High possessing many ambitions. Military was his main hobby, and his ambition being rewarded. he pursued the rare order of corporal, first ser- geant, and captain. His ability as a leader won for him many honorary positions in various social activities. lYe often wonder how he conquered his classes, being a leader in so many other activities. but he saw the open ways and has successfully completed both sides of Tech life. Being a hard worker with a pleas- ing personality, he has made many friends. No one could know "Oscar" and not like him. Although he leaves us. we do not lose him, as "Oscar" will always be remembered at Tech. Fight 'em hard. "Oscar," we are all for you. ..,.,a.g............g,...a.. ---E r ' a,:,a..a,'g,.faa -ff. m.a-yarfmwa-aan. ,,s.,...., Tmafgi' -sv.. 1-NW. V. ,Q ,. 1 .- ---,- '-,-, -as-ff-5,--as-1 Y- -- JNQQQQNXNQQ I RQ'-E-iff'-iii s'3TT?xsgf2f . X Cfscaag X:-Q sfs.N"s.f,3. C? a sk 'XLQQQ-i"s,'-,11g.L,L.-.'2T.'.o.Shag--., ,, V1-as-ff--a1,z:,fT,,..1f,L--...-,T -:1,,,,,,,-:x:,..,Q, ...-Li, Y ,W ll ESlgV?7ff5'33?'TK'XTT5f'5?fT7'7Q'xl'Q7IEQ'fii'fi'5'WK'4T'CTYKX"xT7W7T'R , SQTVEVKX , 5 ' . Y --- --- , ll N ' 1. . 1X +3 llxv 1 I :lx lx ' VXI "l 1 414 l 1 l l . , ' UTIS ASHTON XX ALDROP Elmont, X'i1'gi11ia S X If0I'ffl'lIlfllI'L' 1151 11122-11123 Ra111lolpl1-Maeo11 College. ' 1923-1924 3 ' Prixulte Company "Eng Rielunond Club. l 11124-1112.3 ,H Private Company .X. C. E. 1. gb 1925-1926 -Q Private Company "Eng A, S. C. E.g :Skip- lg pew." lsffll , t EQ! uk N I 1 11 .xl U "Xl P 1 . X. V ,, lfll 11? 1 Q11 W--QQ1, e 5,3 'f fy f , F11 ill it 1? Q1 1-,-+C-. I Lbffapp Q D HQ! "-iff--fix by E,'3q1Q3tgXx.QQir, li I I Xiluguj-3-' QQ .WH 1 tg. . egg. ffgiif. F4551 1 1111 if ,fxff ,0 II ' .11-f'--Yffjjf I lf! gffm.-E-.,-.w..,g,-N-Lv-,msn-ff,-.w":f. V7 2:---" l.5'-tikfi-T1 ,hee Y- 1 A X! l Q I X -' S I :ai-2f"f1"1-ff'L1rv""" Eiga J My 3 rl . X .,...-.1..,..,. ,..1..-.. L - 5 I '.fX't,3 7: 1.17-721. TW T xifaffbf . ar! S1 .11 j' ll 211 f QM ll'--H lm 'X' ll mi ll 5 I L-ll '11 '-.X fr rl 1 1' 1 fp 21 17 leyff' fl, li 1 f 1 ' ' 21' R' 'QlJl1 ell! Sl xl 1, I wi lt 6. 171 il ,gl L I 'lgll UPETE.. ul 1.3 Nl Goocl-natured as can be, a11d pos-FQEEQIT lifil sessing the cutest lxttle laugh ever, 1535! ll-lilly H14 Wg heard at V. P. 1.1 umfs "Pete," Hear if ' 1511 came to this l1l5tllll'El0ll irom Ran- ,V ll dolph-Macon ancl enrolled as 21 Soph- 3 0 l o1nore"rat." Having some extra work li QQ' to make up, he went Slfillgllt to bus1- jlfl ness and carr1ecl extra classes tor the ,fl nrst year, and 111 the second year en- ilgfl tererl the Class of 226. ,11 1 e e" on V oo ' mi 1 arv o ass "Mg: "Pt 1, t k lt h t p 11411 the time ZIXYZIX'-l'lE had no ambitions l '1 Sill along that line. :Xucl if Blacksburg l Ei l were 11 ll l y nearer Roanoke "Pete" 1 il would not have so far to go on week- E , ,Q i enclg. V . ' XX e lDI'CKl1Cf tor "Pete a golden fu- Q I li l - - 1 111.11 ture lmeeause he has the rare gut of 2 E llxl' lllillilllg and holding frlencls eas1ly and 1 ti 151 3 possesses an e a r ll e s t , persevering ' 1 sp1rit that makes obstacles just things ff Fil. to llc uX'61'C1'1lTlS. Q 11 iw! 1 5 3:1 . li 11 lu? ' ll ' 1 ' ll Q1 l 1 l 1' all 1 'tl Q ,fll 1 ii .4 .lufz .--L ,......t... ,,.,.,..,:g.QgQ2fifQQ.,.:..,,..,.ei -W f3Lfl'1fx5'Q iffffvfif-.'5.'fi,3ft'x 355K x 1fTTXF'-,TS 'iT'fTi'NfirS X ' ' ' " X "NK 11 4 ' i lfQ,Qggigf..ffilfflfilifjji-- !1gU..-.,...--. -...,- .. . ,,,-1,,,,. ,...,,.,,.e 1. ,.N,.-.,.,. J.. 1 Q11 l lsil 1 X1 1135 11 N 11 N Q55 XVALKER Boxv11AN YOUNGER 1, . Q1 'S 1 135 Lexington Pike, Lynchburg, Virginia ' CirilE11yi11t'cr'iny l1 , 1 NWS 192041921 Private Company 'LE"g Cotillion Club QQ Lynchburg Clubg Company Football. N .1 5 1923-1924 Corporal Company Cotillion Club, Lynchburg Club: Conipziny Footballg As Q1 sistant Manager Baselrallg A. S. C. E. 1' . 1. . 11 fx, 1924-192.1 BQ' Sergeant Company "Avg Second Viee-Presi- "5 LY dent Cotillion Club: Lynchburg Clubq Com- 'N pany Footballg Assistant Manager Base- I' N ballg A. C. E.: Tent No. 11, Camp Meade ll lg' Ma'l'1m" 1925-1920 Private Company "E"g Vice-President Cotil- ' lion Clubg Lynchburg Clubg Captain Cum- - 1 pany Footbaillg Manager Varsity Baseballg X Monogram Clubg "Gentleman's Club"g "Skip- gl persf' '11Q1 ill -.,...-M., ,,-- 11 w N--4'-2-----fy 1 -.-e. ff-V f 11,11 - - . A-"N N---Q -" ,.11Q1 '-:ig41ii.i-X ,A A j 1,111 s'::-:' r ' .f if 1 " A 'K - ' 1 n frm- 1 as 1-111 4 ' 1.111 - - . W . . ...gr 'N ,1 131 ,!.2'fT11'T.T, 1. 11 'Nl L-r'72-1f1'f Q L+?-1-'if 11 -111 4-mmm . W- KM -- WM- . Ll 1,1 , ' . 1I1xf 1 ' ' 1' WN ' X' 1 Fill . 1 ll 53 li l' D 1 1 1 E W 1 A . . is , , . .xyif l-' XXV--sax iv!" ,. . - ., . R T1-.XT-?p,', sg WALKER ' x -so -Q 115. D Y v fl f There is only one Walker Xounger i A' ' 2-QT in the world: therefore, no one to ilu "cramp" his style. This fact is espe- .ix cially convenient to "XValker," for a man of his ability requires a large J 'Q helcl. He has taken an active and Z1 N X creditable part in nearly all the school ! activities, even his classes. His hab- ! its are regular: never goes to break- l X fast. sleeps three or four days -at a tnne, "ski s" all inihtar tormations, 1 . Y . "ix writes seven letters every niffht, and 1 is - C' 1. s loves all girls. 1 ' lf faith would remove a mountain, X in any of "lValker's" 'engineering problems will be solved. We do not mean to infer that "XValker" depends on iaith alone, for he is a willing worker and not easily discouraged. 1 1 i 1 'l 11 1 1 V . . ' 1 is 1 X X. ages K N.1XL,3.N'-sQ.g1..s,s,s4,s,1,5,3 ,, , 'WWE Lf' L' N MTI-IE V B U G L E E2 Z? fi 43f4Hfi3f M N PEARMAN G TUCIEI' C :REID PUWIP '7-WIC? C ANDEREON C ANIDREVKS P BENTH XL I S BIBBS BEXVET BENTHALL Bow MAN BULLIS CARDILLO CARTER W S COHRAN I F LOMPTGN P CRITTENDEN . N. CULPEPPEI' . A. DARDEX DRIIx1'wATER . ESLEECI' . Ex ANS GODXNIB GUY . HAMMOCI' mPcJm"rJPU'PU I-11l'11ml-'PUT' mwawmm, wpeww HALL M. H TNPAIIAN '..4l., l Ommpdmy SERGEANTS I H MANNINIG Fusf Smgeazzl ,T M SPIIEI Supplx Sezgeanf I-I H BROXXIN H S WELD V CARDILLO 'T' ALLEN CORPORALS I M VVAIE V G DASHIELI PRIVATES W L HARGIS M L HARRIQ I H HILL F W HINIES L lx HOILXIANI HOLNIES I H HUMPHLETT HUTCHINIQ W R JACI soN S JEETREIQ JOHNSOV L IXETCHUM LAwIsoN LEE MAYHER METCALE . MEREDITH . NIONTA . NOBLE . .PAYNIE XV. L. PENN J. C. PORTER R. M. PPINCE wmwmwowm mwdmmm C R SI-IULER S S OBENSHA IN W ODONNIELL E BAINES J BLAIR A RANVLS R REED W D REPASS E E RICH W RICHARDSON I P ROANE L P ROBERTSON M E ROTHGEB C SHERERTZ W F G SI INNER G SPENYCE C SPILLMANI E STEWART E. TURNER I.. G. TRIPLETT . L. WARE . C. VVRIGHT H. A. WALL . L. WATI'INs . L. VVELD VV. P. WILI'INS W. H. WINsLow W. VVINGFIELD gmmw e-z-1-- ,1- .57 -: S UAL. .5 134 Emwrgp Q7 ,.vGSSmh: fy QL QI WK SNK G35 QQ - L J XI M , L.. ..,T1f . L, L , , Lf- I ,w4.f E, . . 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X I 1 1 , 1 X X i X N ulill m Q 1,1 ICI m Cr 'IJ -mimi Sponsor MRS. J. XXV. KAVANAUGH, Roanoke, Va. 'J 1. 'W'-'r 5' " ' :S ' ' 1:51, -g:1:-if 1.1 .-., ,Asn 1 2 J, A.,- 2 ,,., 1 er2:,1rs.:..--,.f-J. ,,,..,f.:..:.-.vfszseef,--e:.L1:QjI "gif i::1i:,,..s.,.. ,.V-.,.,,..t......-. 1 2.21 "- ,-11 iv 'iii F. lik QQ? liiikj 111. .Q 11:1 N sw XVILLIS MARTIN CORBELL 2111 14th si., N01-folk, Virginia lfj MQNQ? Jlfplmuif-nl Engiuccriizy Hi 1 11122-1923 5.1 Private Conipany "Fug Norfolk Club. l iii' P 11k 1923-1924 Co1'po1'11l Company "FH: Norfolk Club. llifi-' 1924-1925 Sergeant Company "Fug Norfolk Club, Jug 1 Q 1 1925-1926 Lieutenznit Cuinpaiiy "Fug Norfolk Club. illtii , l i 'il ' t lil is 1 . X. . R. alg lf-J l LQ 1. - i Y 111,111 A .iggsi A N 1-1--7' 7 -134' :Qi 1 "' " " l 1 ' l l. PR 1+ 151 fia 'Q il? 5, -1 , J I .N lifes- me 2 - ll if V 1 V lil lf slgifl' , vii: 311' 1l' -N ' , ll ' -,Y--.,. ,,.L,.,.,,,., .,,, ,,.,,...,,..!L. N! X1 E Vx! f " lQ'15'1J '4 ll! lib! i1i1 3 Q 11 "Nl W . ,ll 1 l 'll 'Fl 1 tr i 1 'V if 1 23 "LOW-BELLH - ,,,J-gf' 1?- l--frQg5:jfZf" H AVN! XYillis arrived in Blacksburg after F51 L .fyif having left tl1e "Garden Spot of the ' 'fjjul YN East CNorfolkJ with 'all sorts of W. L' 1 I ainbitions. From that ti111e u11t1l his 1 ' graduation we l1ave seen 111111 make ' ' . 1 good in many ways. lt was hrst thought tl1at "Low- 1 I Dell" would eventually be most sue- 1 ' l cessful as a lover. but after his great 1 trait of absentniindedness s p r e a d abroad. it was seen that l1is role lTlL'lSt 1 be played along military l1IlCS. Thus X we have one of our l1o11orable lieu- V tenants of tl1e corps. I His pleasing personality a11d l11s 1 willingness to le11d a helping l"l3l'lCl have wo11 for XX-'illis many friends while here. This attribute of making friends, coupled with his great abil- ities as we have seen the111 i11 tl1e Cl21SS'I'0Ol'Il, lead us to believe that we can expect great things i11 tl1e future. 1 l 1 1 'N I l li all? 122 as , ,,,., 12.22, -21 2 2 2--,..,2 22... . l lib 'N'f'"Mg"'ITf'T""iQ7Q,.gg.gfA-fgiysmnfizmf-:Lan 1- 1 1 2 gseg s,gr.gg,g5 Inv ..:..fs:f-5-fri.-1111:-:.::':14.: as 43.1, -- , , ., . , W F:-gr::-:v::f::eg-:-..-.1-.:1-- I 5 II 4 l 'I ai l i I vI I I I I I ,I Ii n I I I I l I fioSASf..s.ess'Z,.l,f1.'fl gif I fl . j 'j Qlj s 'N I l E A I A is QR gi I . I . I I Ix' In Syl I EL 5 iii I 1 .-II .y, QI ii ,i. ,ai gif 'Yi I 5 xg :RI Ax . In I to I Pi I I ii IK rx 2 gi: it it . Q IE: VI SI JI KI 'X 'K 'N GN S . l.I II il ki tk Q ri if MORRIS VVILLIAM COUSIN5 209 Hatton St., Portsmouth, Virginia IIIIIIISTTIUI Erlucizfiun 1922-1923 Private Company "F"g Sergeunteat-Ai'nis P0l'tSl1lOl1tl1 Clubg Captain Freshnisni Basket- ballg Executive Coniniittee. 1923-1924 Corporal Company Treasurer Ports- mouth Clubg Cotillion Club: Executive Coni- mitteeg Varsity Basket-ball Teunig Monogram Club. 1924-1925 Sergeant Company "F"g Vice- Pre-sirlent Portsmouth Clubg Cotillion Clubg Secretary Executive Connnitteeg Secretary Corps of Gadetsg Varsity Basket-ball Teaxng Secretary- Treasurer Monogram Club. 1925-19215 Lieutenant Coinpany President Ports- mouth Clubg Cotillion Club: Chairniun Sub- Executive Committeeg Vice-President Corps of Cadetsg Monogram Club. i I . . I.-.s....s,,.,M,..,,,,-,2,,,s-., ,I H , , .Z . HMONKH "W'hat's 'Monk' doing ?" "He's probably drawing pictures or writing to some girls," Now thats "Monk," who came to us as a red-headed Freshman from XYoodrow lVilson High. "Enjoy life while you can" has ever been his mot- tog but even though "Monk" was having a good time he did not fail to show what he could do, His pop- ularity and ability were demonstrated by the number of responsible posi- tions given him by the corps and his class. As for his love affairs-well- they are all too serious and deep to mention. "Monks" pleasing personality and cheerful disposition have gained him niany friends. Always faithful. loyal, willing to help, "Monk" has made a true Teehman. -.- C-- -..,-.s-,.- -. -.,-.- W v., ,, ,, ,, .... . .2 - z1,5r-,waxy-cuff-fQ,.x,g,., es... K.. ,. -sg .,,, .,.,, , , . Y , , , .. , s, '- A x - ' , f. . , - . .axle-x.s.:..L.1..:44.4-.:,,i,,,,,,-.4L4 F. ,D-A--'hs-'gr A - - A N VM N M Q Y K fe -.nr-.:Qg-.:4:-.-1--7- -- -------Y x sf T RTK",-YT'1"ZfS1T5?FfKNf'fqYT'9RT'YiK"x'QYQ'xYQ-c Q l VVILLIAM LEONARD HfXRGIS Lebanon. Virginia .-lyrirwrlturvzl EIllI1'llTl0ll 1922-1923 Private Company 'tF"g Freshman Foot all Squad: Southwest Virginia Club. 1923-192-l Private Company "FN: Football Squadg Southwest Virginia Club: Agricultural Educa- tional Clubg Wrestling Squad. 1924-1923 l'rivate Company "Fug Football Squadg Southwest Virginia Clubg Agricultural Edu- cational Clubg Wrestling Squad. 192.1-19245 Private Company "Fug Football Squadg Wrestling Teamg Southwest, Virginia Clubg Agric-ultural Educational Clulpg "Skippers"g During the four years spent tlfllli 1-.Ml I :::'r.".,-?Q1,, ."' '.:-p V IS X 4 ' 3 Monogram Club. l gk b 2, W' ... A' it U, V Li"'e::2e:-1-elfffie? f . rs. H ,,,..-4.f, xxas- 'rT:?E'4z: , fafffli ...Asks -ef '-X Ani: v :fr 1, f-, J . j 1-.l'.Zi'f+:-gfyli f' 1' A Q x ipi3Jn'1:zizKs:r.zT2a'w: yu'-,,!Qf3 "li jfIs.jfLS TV Wffffia W ll l,f2fffi," Ll il wi ist .1 gl lf ee' -i 'Q t- gf ug l . ltr A flii bi li H lfl 14' l' l tl: K 1 U ll A. l Pi f. if ,lr li l MSHORTY' . if K" ll ll fl: -fifff-sf' lt ,ZW V. P. I.. "Shorty" has shown all those' qualities that go to make up a loyal Techman. His appealing personality, along with his good looks and friend- ly attitude, has made him a host of friends at "Tech." "Shorty" has given his best on the wrestling' mat and football field. Too much cannot be said of a man who has given his time, energy, and spirit that the "Big Team" might be the best. He has chosen Maggie" as his course of study. and always receives his portion of the "As" He also spends many hours of leisure in the library reading' mythology and the works of favorite French authors. Best wishes. "Sliorty." May your success continue. -.-,:2esxfm-.xnan.i-.........,,-lf-.-1777.7-,..-- 711 W"f:1"'i"'R...33':ff2i+2f1?s1i'11'fNixe1fm-Q --- - , -- - - --in-,pe,g--xgw... - -z: f-:1L-rgffezrirrzrfzrr.-Lava--fA.21+ 1, ---, .1 . ---- 2 . - 4 K -F F -1' "fi 1: if f' "er F914 XVALTER RAPER Lvcicsox Austinville, Virginia .llwlirlilirul Ifllflfllf'l'l'flI!l 1922-15123 Private Conipziuy "Bug Hmitlixvest Club. 1923-1924 Private Coiiipiiliy MICH: Sinutlivvest Clubg "The Virginian 'l'ef'h Minstrels Literary Hut-ietv. 192-l-1925 Private Company "F": Southwest Club. 1025-121243 P1-iv-ate Company "Fug Stmutliwest vii-gsiim ,. V. .L N lI,,llll.l 5 Maury Yirginia Virginia Clubg Maury Literary Soc-ietyg "Skippr-rs." Q am, ,.1.i.,K.1-.s.. - -.f.,T-- - 1, -sn l 1 .v . 1 I ! V I E i I i r I I i J -Ht .I fbi ir q 'V 'tl i Xxxii--I-, ,,, f YI-flil ",T.XCli" - .ffl "It is better to have loved and lf-st I than never to have loved ,tit all." This is "Jack" all Over. With this W, fact in vievv, he has vvmi the reputa- l tion of being ri ladies' man. l XYQ often vvonrler hiivv they raise i such handsome men uf "easy gtiingj' I manners and good tlispiysitifgiiis in a i "wild and vvoolly miie-siniikt-stack f town" like 5-lukstinville. 1 "The Virginia Tech Miiistrelsu l vvoulcl not have been zi success with- l out the smiling fziet- :incl melmlious voice of "lYnlter." "Jack" lives his 5 favorite song, "Save Your Siirrmv I for To-morriivv and Smile Avvhile i To-day." 5 He is a hard worker :intl a loyal X friend. always ready tri :lo his part. He is bound to come out on top. I " I . ' W "Ti me ..-4TfII,'Ql""-"-'M' 'i 'V H- Q K l ,H ,H -.-W , Y, ,,,,, ,,H,q,.,,,,,,,, , ,, ,.,. ,, ,.,-,,,1,.s-- , ,-,,,.,,,,,,,,.,,-,,L.,4w-as-w,A,,k-xwh, . .Ng " is X 'is 5 f'cUD," f'BlLL" All things must have si beginning. "Ci1d" received his initial training at Roanoke High School and Augusta Military Academy, wh ere, we are told, his unusual good qualities gained for him a host of friends. At V. P. 1. "Bill" has been inter- ested primarily in his work: namely, his classes, the cultivation of friend- ships. various business enterprises. and military. VV'e can truly say that he has met with unusual success in each of his endeavors. 1Ve have often wondered. however. why one should study Mechanical Engineer- ing when one intends to become a farmer. CSee him personally about this.l Yet, as a business man, "Cud" ranks among the highest. "Hill" is a diligent student, a con- scientious, loyal, and sincere friend- the type of man you w o ul d choose to make good. NVILLIAM XVALSTRUIXI 1iAVANAL'GH 1236 Clark Ave., W., Roanoke, Virginia .llCCllt1lIlC'lII ElIgim't'1'i1ly1 1922-1923 Private Company "A", Ge-1'1n:.1n Clubg Sei'- geunt-at-Arms Roanoke Club: Executive Com- mittee. 1923-1924 Corporal Company "Ang Secreta1'y-Ti'easu1'ei' Roanoke Clubg Executive Cominitteeg Ger- man Club. 1512-1-1925 First Sergeant Company "F": Yiee-President Roanoke Clubg German Club. 1925-1926 ClllltkllllnCOIHIJZIIIY "Fug President Rggngke tflubz lice-President German Clubg Defend- ing Attorney of Corps of Cadets: Sales Manager H1926 Bugle." is if i i l ,. -V-s, --i 'H-all lHfX i lik I ilrli-Qi -liiifxl fliirw Ei,53'fXl' flfirsill ilitfll flilml e"'ffN Jlfitxi Iifl?'3tf fidll di'-sli lli,Xqf lf ae' lliidl' lliig' Qi All ip-gi 1f,I.li lla. 1 .,,. xi 'I-gli Y' l fill, H li l. l il ' 'l N. X, . i i l X rf' A., 1 il . ti li I ii 'Q lyiy 4' l 'M Uvxli lu, Xml fill 'li-Nl lf fvl il Oli ii ilfil nag -si Mill t l lutlll URN il 'xll i ell i 'il lm .ll it W iii 1 iii' ,El it-All till iw' al 'Ou i "SV liixjil .1 Folf i"ffi ml "ful cl .iw ggi' fy--haf.-L...--f1...f , .,4...,L ,. - .JW X . ,.,1 ...,,,-- be -71... --W, ... , . , CECIL C,x1:L1sLE LAws0N Wytheville, Virginia Civil Eligilzwriiigl 1922-1923 Private Company "F"g German Club: South- west Virginia Clubg Freshman Baseball Team, 1923-1924 Private Company "F"g German Clubg South- west Virginia Clulrg Baseball Squad. 1924-192.1 Private Company "Fug German Club: South- west Virginia Clubg Monogram Clubg Sui- ciilersg Wrestling Squailg Varsity Baseball. 1925-1926 Private Company "Fug German Club: Mono- gram Clubg A. C. 15.3 Vice-President Southwest Yirginia Cl u h 5 "Skippers"3 Wrestling Squadg Varsity Baseball. 'TT' 'flvih ffjflf, ' , W i'w:,-.,--Vefyq,-,-4, - v - . x 'e ie .. 5 "PEE XYEEU "Pee XYee !" No! Not a song' bird, but Ex-Governor Trinkle's closest rival as NX'ytlieville's most renowned son. His innocent brown eyes and pleas- ing disposition have won him a host of friends and a bevy of fair acl- niirers. These characteristics, along with his pleasing smile. Cannot fail to win for him his heart's desire. As an athlete. "Pee XYee" has won many laurels. He is Tech's stellar third-baseman, and with his heavy batting has helped to clinch many a Tech victory. At Fort Humphries he was high-point track man. Here is a faithful, loyal, and true friend, who always consiclers the other fellow nrst. He is a clean sportsman, and we believe that when "Dame Fortune" tosses the ball of success, "Pee lYee" will knock a home run. Xxx-XXXNXN-XXX X .gf..g.44,,, .g,,..-,..,4,4-,,-.su-, ,,,,L- gL:,L-g.,4,..,,,, ,, 1 7541-FHsi7x7'7fliT'f-T321 Y 'fi"TLf:7'Xl'5'fgtTi3TfT1ffvxxxQQixrcxs'CW'xfggg5'viKvk-1 1 124 . iii A Q N 'R Q K is I I 1,1 EDWIN THORPE NIETCALF Roanoke, Virginia X ,i1f'4,'llfllliI'1II Ihlgilierriiiy X 11122-11123 :ig R Priiate Coinpaiiy "Fug Masonic Club. i 11123-1924 C1.11'11o1'al Company "F"g Masonic- Club, w SQ 3 1924-1925 ik. Private Company "F": Masonic Club: A. S 51 ' M. E. 12 1 11.3 1 15125-1926 ml Private Company "Fug Masonic Clubg A. S gx, 1 1 1 ,. 1 M. L. CQ 1 F11 1 Q 1 11, X1 Vx! 1 1:2 12, fs N Qin - V V V Y 1-.ztqgti-1'.1Tf1 QV f A lf i xnyid'-T774gif!-'--Q11.'L'Ei1-422'-.""fQ3 QQ11 :si 5'f1I"lQ"1swSl2J 15V ff1111.g.5.,1f1 - 1 -1 Y-1 " 'fi til C Q' ,'-334-7-jf? Ll X Gimiff " - r --new -- f-1:-f- ---- 1 ff , 1.1-. ' 1-- .41 1 ,ga I W2 1 1 4tL:'.i'.1.:A.4"'1 xi? L5 if "X, W -1 . 11 , U.- -1- 1 1 ,, .aw 11 1 7i11f"' 1' I. 'EV i 'i i if X' "Xt i f - 1' 1 - 'X 1 1 1 1 51 A 1 131 1.1 111 1. 1 ' 1 Q. 11 1 TL 12 fi I, 11 111' ii!! 11? 11 'ja 1 ,ff -1 ' ff - ,1 1 1 ., .gg fini-Li 7' IN .-ED F pk, 5 : X1 V' A ' 1.1 E31 15 id 11 Q1 ' 1 111 Qi .U is 1 i SP1 1:1 1 ax- - "Ed" came to V. P. 1. with a defy termination to make his college course worth something to him. Being a married man, he had sutiicient prac- tical experience to give l1im the per- spective that is usually lacking in the mental outlook of the average college man. Notwithstanding his student activities. experiiiielitatitiii in radio. and work in the college mess hall during the past three years, "Ed" has made a creditable record in class 11' ork throughout, being especially proiieient in shop work. It is needless to wish a man of this caliber success i11 lifeg for he has all the prerequisites: sterling character, determination, and natural ability. fix i 1 i I 3 i 1 1 J 1 ll X1 ...mms .r xfkvt'6T?'Q?ffNf1st'rs7'bTf-Lt'vx"c'.f-4 v:'fs:1.-Gfsitig' wifgggjnggffgjgeg l . Q ,jj YQ W , ,, HA. f- . , W-, . ,. .,--..... --- 5 . . . , is .-, WN I All ' 1151 , 1 , . W 51, Truro Enxvlxlm NISSINEN 1 lfgliq 2236 Rzunlolph St., l'Ul'fSlIl0Lltll, Yll'glIlli1 1 lqiksg .ll4'1'1lllllfC'lIl Enyilzucrilzg . Iii?-Q 1 1 EL U21 192:-1923 W' Hflf Private Ctllllpllllj' "Fug Portslnoutlx Clubg Q jf. Ride Club. Qffyfxl 1923-1924 1 :ijr-Q Private Clilllllillly "1+"'g l'orts111outl1 Club. lil ig, . X11 1924-1925 1 QQ Sergeant COIIIDLIHQ' "FU: l7Ol'tSl'llOlltl1 Clubg I llffl A. S. M. l'I.g Company Basket-bull. , 11125-111211 Lieutenant Company "Fug POl'tS1llOllll1 Clubg E lip., Q H119 Sec1'etz11'y-'l'1'eusurer A. S. M. E.g Rifle Clubg 1 " 1 My Phi liuppu Phi. 1 ' 1 ff' ' N X fl f. -U g gf. K . . ' Q f " Z t tl ,A MA., 1.15. .ll I' L "l '- - ' . t 1 J Mrk?--in-M if F-L.-vi Fu-47, .. ee A-ff -'- 'T-"'.:?"-iff f '1 1' " -fx 1 l,. . ,ff , 1 T ' W NQLQ M ..-o.,g'f"' 1 . 1 R e-f-,-.......s.f.-:..:g.1f.,..- .. 1 Til. ,i K 1 1 X V 'l -' ,f..:. wa ' 1 f- 1 , i 1 . 1 , 1 l '1 if 'I 5 l 4 1 M ' ',. fp, !f UNISS-1 '-I gk-.oo "To know hun lS hut to llke hnn .1 cj" Lllgll-' 'Nfl j apphes to Nissmen, He IS a rather 1 jg , . . . , . 2 '- 'U qlllet fellow, but XYl'fl'l a personahty 1. pri wlnch at once marks ll1lTl as ont- H standmgf. ' 1 H51 .. H 1. - - 1 1 , X155 spends most ot l11s spare X1 . H. 1 2 t1me in the Graplncs !"Gr1p1cs"l de- 31,151 0' ' 1 1 1 , . 1 partment, where he IS a student as- 1 1.15 l SlS'E3lltZ and It IS not uncommon, 1 2 f Q when Zl hard problem comes up, to Q see him expla1ni11g it to his follow 111 students. ,I gl.: 1 He wanted to he El SEIIIOI' prlvate, ff, Elf I but was refused Z'LCl1l11tt21l'lCC into that mf i OI'gE1lllZZltlOll on the grounds of be- 3175.515 mg too "d1llberry." .'lf1:1 I . "Xiss'4' hopes to he a great mechan- Q lcal engmeer one ot these days. and, 5 . . . . , 1 jlldglllg by Ins record at Tech, h1s wish w1ll he granted. Heres to you, Q. , "X1s5." Zl true frlend and a loyal ' l' Techman. - . 153 .11 I 1 !N X 1 NJ Ugg . e e - lf s do . 5 X X 1 W 'A A fe . - ' s'...-eww'-4. -X..-.-e"+e"1fQ.s....-s.sfs"fs.Ffrlffifkl 5 is ..I A A HJIMMIEH "Jimmie" blew in from the fair land of "mud ducks" and swamps. His lirst year was mostly spent at the tasks of Calling cows and smiling. to amuse the "Soplis." but his never- changing s m i l c has won m a Il y friends. Though he is a hard worker, he has always had time to take part in out- side activities such as literary society and church work and he is cvcr ready to help anyone in need. The number of boys that flock to his iwmiii the night before a test or examination is suhficient proof of his alvility as a "scribe" i11 his classes. "Jimmie" is not afraid of work and has excep- tional ahilityg so we are sure that he will be a credit to his Alma Mater. . ' . ' 'f' ' .---f Y-' 2 ::sz-:- --re-:-1-af, - L -m-71 , ..- . - .-. . . V.-P---,.x ..,..,,,i .,.,,- K ,Q g V K ., . .. YA? Y .Y-.YY . , - .. M W Y..g-A- - V -W We-..... -g--- -.....- -- -, - fi,- s-.., , , - x-......, .,A...........,,..,..Q.,.,.,.y JAMES :XSHBURN R,xwLs Currsrille. Virginia lilcvfricul LInyinv'1-ring 15722-1923 Private Company "Fug B. Y. P. U.g Maury Literary Soc-ietyg Cugg-in Sunday School Class. 1923-192-1 Private Cunipany "Fug Sergeaiiit-at-Ai'1nS llaui'-r Literziry Soeiety: Treusurei' Coggin Sunday School Classg B. Y. P. U. 12124-1925 Private Urmipany "Fug Maury Literary Soci- etygiSe-c-retury Cuggin Sunday School Claissg B. X. l'.1.:A. I. lf.. E. 1925-19243 Private Ciunpany "Fug President Maury Li- terary Siwietyg Coggin Sunday School Class' B, Y. 1'. U.g A. I, E. E.g "Shippers" , vnu-up S S " .Y-ki s 'E-sms, sq vzgxgl-W v x. .lg fi? .Xu X VK lik i."k rx ' 'l X99 EX gs ' 231 ltxl Vx -xi in lik fix I .5 r ,Xl l lixl l s l 1.45 l W l .N-Xl , f-.l ,Xt l cl I l i .N i 1 i i , . . X, l i ' j i i xi . l . 'nfl . X: . L Q 1 . -xsgj . .-fl .341 .Qi j Q l S. XI l Q. if 5 All -Xl 1 'ci my l 'Qi l ,,.l l l :B 1 l 'Jil , i Nl l Xl .X X 2 ill .Sl l X i f i ..L: .sf2:s1.1., A.. . . s is Te. 1. A. .. he v XS '?i'TTE1Tf.L'i7.LYQQl..Q Q -QQ Qfl . Q,Q'.fg.lj JXLTOX PARKER SPARKMAN 600 Linden Ave., 1'0rtsnmutli, Virginia Comnzr rf-ir1I 1i'r1g1inw'riny 1922-15123 Private Company "Fug l,Ol'tSlIl0Utl1 Club. 1923-1924 Corporal Company "F"g 1,UI'f,SIl1UUll1 Club. 192-l-192.3 Supply Sergeant Cuinpziny "Fug Geunan Clubg Portsmouth Cluh. 1925-1926 Lieutenant Company "FH: iYi9l'I1lQ1l1 Clubg Portsmouth Club. 'JUDY' Hailing from the water front, "Judy" ran aground Ou top of this mountainous village and decided to spend the next four years of his life preparing for great explorations in the business world. Although "Judy" is of a reserved nature. he has cultivated a host of true friends, and in addition to tak- ing part in other activities and pre- paring his own work, he manages to nnd time to help some of the "lesser scribes" to see thc "light," How he does so many things we will never know. The Class of '26 wishes him the success in life that he deserves. XV-e have never known 21 truer friend or a better sport than "Judy," and we are confident that he will escape the gallows. --E,-K-az.-.-.f Jfx- 1: f.f.--.- -:.,lL..4 .- ns.:-f .- -f T -. 1.1-J r . - . V V f . Lf . . ff'2"Tf2"5f'f5T1-'Lf ff ' iii? 1 1 1 ww-eaf rs if El! is 4 ' A l l-:sq tl ml gr A 2 N I ROBERT LATAN XVARE 'X h Dunnsville, Virgnia Electrical ElIjlfllC'Cl'illU ri I 19 19 3 1' 2 . . 22- . 2: Private Bandg Rappahannoc-k Valley Clubg Radio Club. - ' 1923-1924 Private Company "Aug Rappalialnmcli Valley gi Clubg Radio Cluli. 1924-1925 xl Sergeant Company MEN: Rappahannock Val- ll lei' Clubg German Clubg A. I. E. E. 9 1925-1926 , Private Company "Fug German Club: A. I. E. Eg Maury Literary Soeietyg "Shippers," xl pl I a . l Q lla x ' lf-ell .c I iz if ., , ' l Q' 51-ian, . ' ggi- -4...-.5 . L? hi ei -is QNX 1 f' Q1 X, ,A , ,, R' :milf .. ,. I , llle 1 4- 'N 6X 4 4 ll ni' 3 ll X1 ll 1 f . I 1 Rl' . lsr? 1 lfll ' 1 N tl 1 3 I l "BOB" :K 'u...r,' VP' I . D WI limp l m M3 Be mtormed, kind readers. that th 4 Q: N gl stern countenance on this page is not Q ll that of the eminent Stennnetz, but 6 N ,I that of one who hopes to take 1115 Q 1 place in the electrical held. "Bela" N X Came tg, V. P. I. to .be an el-ectncal Q ll engineenhand now his ambition has Q been realized. h - N Along with his many other ab1l- Q xl ities we have found "Bob'i to be one Q l W who is capable of mba k 1 n gi many N 'j friends, because of 111s cl e s 1 r e to Q 1 never olifend others, and to go many Q a mile out-of his way tp help others. N , lVe predict that he will he success- Q ful in the future no matter what he Q undertakes. Though we hate to lose N 4'Bob," we must: so that the world Q 1 may gain another real man, Luck to N ll you. "E-ob." Q N Q N 1 N N N 1 Q . N ll N f N N 1 Q N , W N 1 1 M1 Q 11 1 1 X X, 4 ss ss ' f fs?fs'?.'!-'r"s1f'1se1'sf-m c fzxiuf f fff'f'X.:P-ef-1-mf'Q'Qwsae-en-:ssl .1 .Sf i Y? l 5 N NVILLIAM PALRIER NVILKINS ' Turbeville, Virginia 1 2 .11lI'iL'Illf1lI'11I Ezlnwufinn 1922-1923 Private Company "F," 1923-1924 l Corporal COIIIIJZIHQ' "Fug Business Staff "The Yirginia Tech"g Assistant Maimger Football. Ay 'Q . , 1924-1925 8 Sergeaiit. Coxnpanb' "F"9 Business Staff "The I, ll Virginia 'l'ech": Assistant Manager Footliallg E1 -I ,'Ngl'lC'lllllll'lll Educ-ation Clubg Cotillion Club, :' If 192549213 I f Private Conipany "FH: Mniinger l-'re-sluiluli S ,. S Football Teamg Agricultinal litluc-ntmn Club: . 3 A-lvertisiiig Mainager H1920 l5ugle": Cotil- 1 ' lion Club. I V V 5 I r igiih A ' l . al l il il .X M 1 r 1 v L V, 1 s WX 2 . , ,M 2. 2 0 - X6 -qs--- 2 W--,----m.M.. 3, mmf si a lf! V' ive!! 5 l ! -A I ' 1 . ' l Q ' 1 il N I Lv, I i 1 l , if I ' 1 1 1 N ff' il ' , , .. l l f --L1TTLE POP l Y t 1 1 is "Say, 'Pupf where is Turl1e1'ille?" it - 1 "Rat, what th' g-. tlon't you know . ij your g'eograpl1yf" A Q Thus we intrmluce "l.1ttle. Pop. X He came to us with a fund ot ready W wit. a pleasing personality, and as the ' brother of "Big Pop." The Inu 1' , years which lie has spent here have N i been erowrletl w 1 t h work. both acai ' demic and otherwise. His love of 5 athletics led him to the lll21llHgCI'Sll1fJ 1 N of the successful "rat" football team, N known as the "Pony Express." fllheln Q the ulove hug" stung "Pop," which IS M Q proven by his many trips to Hollins. 1 5 Hut, to get serious, "Pop' is one of Q the most popular men 111 the class- ! even though he does try to "Lharles- N ton"-and a real friend. He will al- ! W ways he a credit to his friends and l' N ' Alma Mater. N 5 1 N N N N N N N N N N . N N . N N Q ' Q I 1: - V .- -- -- K .-1- Y - ++sL-f-f,.gv,--Y.-4, V. . .- -4 W .. . Ap... ,, v ., , . ..-.. X x , - I 5. ,,.. - Ihrfvjfv - . N. .---..--Af K, P" ff ' I ' i 'fifzvw ii- U3 'C-72.4 L ,JDE "3 df U3 GD i 1- L. i JI W . -A ...A If 1 ISL. C T B I ' L Hi il B LI O L Ii E I 9 1 'RE i5.:g3gQfL2Zig..1i..i'iEQ...:gQiir.....2,Ql.LgL.Q.Zfi. i in I I ffl ' X I AI 5 5 9 7 .IIA QOmpOny G WL ,H ERGEAB TS 56 'I D. J. MONTAGUE, First Sergeant M. E. GAY, Supply Sergeant D. G. BENTLEY W. C. CLEMENTS kfIf3I O. W. PAGE W. J. XVILBURN T. J. MCCALEB J. R. IQEMP I I gc I .IIZGI I I E .ATI CORPORALS WS? . H. M. BLANE XV. S. BEAMON R. A. JOYCE E. SCHULRCUIII D. M. ALEXANDER XV. WHITARER ffl M NV. XVADDELL L. P. HAYES R. S. JONES ,Qfi f A PRIVATES R. A. :XLBERT M. B. FUSSELL C. E. NEAL J. P. SHANKLIN I JI' H. P. ANDERSON S. H. GROW NV. E. NELSON H. SHEETS AI D G. V. AYLOR C. R. HARRIS L. B. NUTTER J. M. SHEPHERD Q. J. BAGBY H. M. HERSCHLER A. N. OEMLER H. SHOWALTER L IN A. E. BAILEY Y. C. HINES W. S. OOO C. W. SNADECKI , W. A. BOSWELL J. B. HOLLAND J. N. PATTERSON H. SPANGLER If 'QQ C. M. BOIZARTH J. T. HUNTER WV. NV. PHILLIPS B. F. STAKES '. l J. O. BRANCH J. J. ILGENFRITZ M. B. PENN R. NV. TANKERSLEY ., f fx I P. BROUTHERS J. R. JACOBS H. L. PLUMMER J. B. TERRILL WILO3.-O3 D. K. BURK B. JAFFE R. G. PORTER R. A. XIVHITEHEAD ILS' L. K. CALCOUN A. C. JOY YV. C. PRICE 'W. A. WILLIAMS ay! J. S. CARMACK I. A. MCKINNEI' T. B. PRINGLE W. J. WHITE QCII I R. M. CONE W. S. MCNICKOLL G. H. RIDINOS F. WISE fL,f"I 1' P. H. DEH.ART W. A. MARSHALL J. D. RIVES G. M. WOOD IQIQQI H. EASLEX' J. W. MAY'S J. ROBERTSON R. B. WOODRUM 'lfagjglg XV. H. ELLIOT K. MLYSTOE H. M. SCROGHAM . ,U XA 571 I I I L tg I J ' My I I , I 4 I ' I II II II Mg I TL N2 II1 '5 I I ifl 1 I A Y, A ff- I If AI M' IIV I II .5 I 1 I I IIIQI QI? V 148 Qi M, I . ' cw .Cx f Rfffvfff-. fII71ffF ff SCNS IYg,J.2.:.,QQ!lx A R 'V rx r v..ZL3:MA I.'!iIi'I'F?'S- LL - - ' - fiI.IIII..IICII.-II A . S .. A Q W- "fIQ,9,DFf3: W .f . .. Capmzkz A. C. RENNIE Liezztclzazzz' l,fL'llfClIt111f Lzlvztcazazzf LZ-L'IIfClILIIIf M. P. NIZILLER T. C. LIGQN HT. XY.-XTKINS G. B. BIEREDITH ' V. ' . sr 5 , Im, I 1 , , 1 '- y Y 1 , W 1 X ' I 1 1 1 ' , i , 5 K 1 I 1 q Q 4 5 , 1 3 X W X 1 Qfi1Ii'1x'1.i "1i""' Tf"'A'1i iii J iii 5 1gifi,f': Sponsor 1WRS. H. B. RENNIE, Richmond, Va. f 2 . K" I. lb V . h X v.. x. .s EB uns 'jonxn 5. . Early in Septeinhcr, l922, there -:anne from the town of Stevensville a modest young man with the deter- mination to make ll name for him- self :it Y. P. T. "john" has succeeded in Il manner endearing him to the hearts of all those Techmen who were fortunate enough to know him. ln ".Xg'gie" circles he is known as a good student who holds his own with the host of them without "hon- ing" or hard study. And "Iohn" has developed himself into a pole vanlter of note, winning the much-coveted monogram in his junior year. XN'hen "-Tohnu departs from Y. P. l,, we who know him hest. will miss him most. And in the future we expect him to perform :ill those difficult horticultural tasks which Luther Rur- bank left unfinished. JOHN BAGBY Stevensville, Virginia H 01'ticuZTz1rc 1 922-1923 Private Company "G"g Hoof and Horn Clubg Horticultural Sueietyg Freshman Track. 19:23-1924 Co1'pm-ul Company "G"g Horticultural Soci- etyg Tran-k Squad. 1924-1925 Sergeant Coniprmy t'G"g Business Malnager Horticultural Societyg Track Teamg Mono- gram Cluhg Agricultural St.udent's Honorary Count-ily Assistant, Mainzlger Basket-hall. 1925-19243 Private COIHDSIIIQ' "G"g President Horticul- tural Soeietyg Vice-President Agricultural StudenL's Honorary Councilg Track Teaxug Monogram Club: Assoc-inte Business Manager i'Bugle"g Mtmnger Fresluntln Basket-ballg Skippers. 1 A X ...vmi:::a1-nur.: ue. . :, fa ...,.q-az, . ' -, --f 4 ., . .f .i. .,4 .1 ... ,. ,,.-,f . . ,,., - 73.1. jf V. '1' , . , g .Xg, THOMAS CECIL LIGON Pamplin, Virginia Jleclzanical Euyiizcering 1922-1923 Private Company "G"g Mid-Virginia 1923-1924 Private Company "G"g Mid-Yirginia Company Basketeball. 192-L-1925 Sergeant Company UG." 1925-1926 Lieutenant Company "G"g Yice-Pre Mid-Virginia Club. Club. Club 3 sident -- f .Y .W- ,5 Y -J,-Ry ,X A. i f 1 .xx ,f . Q -fr -- t-.Nix ' s C ,iff '-L1GoN" y Four years ago there came among us a quiet, dark-haired boy from the metropolis of Pamplin. lt was none other than Thomas Cecil Ligon. Although not known so very well his Freshman year. except by certain members of the Sophomore class. Ce- cil was a true friend to all that knew him. AS the years went by he he- came better known and is now one of the most popular boys in his com- pany. as well as in his class. "Ligon" was not very ambitious in the military line, but in his Junior year he was made a sergeant. and, as a result of his good work, was made a lieutenant his Senior year. His willingness to work when it is needed assures him of success in his chosen profession. . :1-fstrfr-rf-1-114-T-eff:-f"t':ff's' -'fn-ff-xv: Us - 1-.f-rf:-vw:-V-7--.-W. -e Y gif N K Q, 3- N N NN KX K X 'N '- gigs. -s,'s..w-QX i 1- ggllsggsg as L , ' - - A -:L ,- -:,-:A --.--.:f.1.--u23:r:- -- ----- -- .t L , , . . .,....T,.,,s.,,a!,,, ,. ..4.,..,,.Y.,,,T.,F,.,,.Q-X.-.,, I I ,,-,Us - 4 -,..,a....sg.t.s4s. Slgifi' MACON Pfxrrizsox MILLER 903 Court St- Lyneliburg, Virginia Clzcmiwzl Engiizevriizg 1922-1923 Private Conipany "Hug Lynchburg Clubg Cotillion Club. 1lI23-1924 Corporal Cmnpany "GU: Business Staff "The Virginia Teeh"g Assistant Manager Basket- ballg Lynchburg Clulv. UMACONU 'AXYake up. XX'hat do you think this is, a health resort?" "Don't botherx, me. I haven't got a class this period anyhow." This last speaker is "Ma- con." "Macon" has two objectives in life: one, to beetnne the country's leading chemist: the other, to know the wiles of the ladies. To reach his Ilrst ob- jective he started out taking chemi- ical engineering: to reach his second, he started "raelcing'." It is understood that he is well advanced along both lines. He has also proven that edu- cation does not come entirely from books, and he is always ready for that part of the training not taught in the classroom. He is a real son of Tech. with a smile and a good word for all. ,I I I ,,. -A-s.,s ,- . ,W sf ,-- 444. -I -. nllsss- ga 14- -L-:Q X I , ,, ,, 1924-1925 " Supply Sergeant Coinl'-any "G"g Business B Staff "The Virginia 'I'eeh"g Assistant Mana- I ger Basket-lmllg Sec-retary-Treasurer Lynch- ' hurg Clulug Cotillion Club. ' 1025-1926 l 'Q I Lieutenant Company "G"g Manager Basket- I , ball: Monogram Clnlig President Lynchburg I Clubg Cotillion Cluhq Chemical Club. ! ,Q I I I : I T Cl?" g:'i::- I -- -- I I I . - I H I , , W , Q, E M M-Vhviiwwnr L, I I I 'x I II? I , . I: , , I' I II I I I Ii Il II I I II I I I l 1 I I I I . I I V I 1 ssss .--do so s -mg ie ,K X. 'XXFXQX NT ixq EQ !x,Q,!xq'RXg, EX: lake ? E QXNJXN 1 ,ma-mm my if a 1 1 - -in ' ' F fg3.'-T1-,jgatggsgliqigM--... J ,. .1 1 , 1 1 ,gs , Lg-. ..L, ,sg -,.j ,, W H 1, of - u--,- -1 ,s 1 1 , ll Xl l E "BRUTE" On a bright September morn four years ago, a freckled-faced young Georgian came into our midst-it was none other than Alan, who soon acquired the name of "Brute," "Brute's" military record shows LIS that a promising general is going to waste. You always Iind him willing to help another, however, even to the detriment of himself and his own work. He is popular and respected by both students and faculty ITIGIN- bers for those sterling qualities which make men give to the world their very best without desire for personal gain. In the held of chemical research we expect to see "Brute's" name at tl1e top, and we wish him a speedy success. 1 ' ALAN NORTON OEMLER , S30 An-'lerson St., East, Savnnnnli, Georga f' 1 lx CllC11IfCf7l ElI!Ylll1'1'l'lllH , 1922-1923 ix Private Company "G"3 Cosmopolitan Clubg 1V1'e-stling Squadg Episcopal Club. 1923-1924 Private Company "GH: Cosniopolitan Clubg l 1 Company Football: Episcopal Club. , . , ' 1924-1925 N, Private COIIIDLIIU' "G": Company Footballg L' Episcopal Club. 1923-1926 il ii Private Company "G"g "Skippe1's"g Com- j 1 pany Football: Chemical Glubg Science Club: l ,Q Episcopal Club: Rifle Clubg Stall "Virginia EX Tech Engineer." 1. x lx tix 1 FQ il! . 1 lu 11. 1 -- ,..,,,., ,.. ,, 5 no 1 -- M-, ----- ---- f -- We A fi 1 ' Lil-, -'if , 1 SN' to i :Ni ' ill V l sill 2 1, -All , r W. yf ' -4 - -..,.,. ,, -..g,,, 1 fl iii S? .xi 1 Y fxli ' I ' , V if I is , , TN ' :M ll i lg ,,,. 1. r' H V g-:1:gfZ" : , , f" "V -, 5 X ML Y, E 1 ll i ll X 1 5 l lf P 'D 1. X ' Lv i lx , Q X I 9 5 K l 1 ii ibm , 1 1 lift I if N :lil 1 E511 , ' l'l'xI K--.w, ..,.,, ,-,.,1,.,1,,.,s.,s.,.,a,, -rs Y-, - ii 2521? :iii ,i'T'Arr 'f 'r'r"'w"'f1" ii' ri ,qaxcff . Y Y,-,Y 4-5-'.5e3.l..,,l ...1..s4,,.X,As.:-,.',l-, .,,, . ,- ,s ,, ,,-,,,s,1,,- , , v ., ,, ,. Y ,, , , ,, - .eL.:1::z ,Q .-1,1-15-11.n+'-: Q- 131-,:.,, - , L- ff-L11 ri w , , ,,,-,, , ,-,,--, .,... -,,.- ,. . -g- V ...Y --..Yf-.-..,,A,..,- -..4.1.A,.. .g-..--,,,g,,,-,1,f, a'Y :E- re N- f' 'JIMMY' Cui' nwn "Jimmy," He came to us from the great open spaces where the hills are steep anrl the pulling hardg namely, Lynelihurg. He matriculated in one uf the hardest of courses, Chemical Engineering, and has made good ever since. His efferveseing wit is a source of delight to all who know him: anrl his C h ee 1' y. ever-present smile, anfl winning personality have won him many staunch friends at Tech. Although we have eonie to the parting uf the ways, the memory of "Jirnmy's" smile will stay with us al- ways. XX-'e can pay him no higher tribute than to say that he is a true friend anfl a gentleman. XVe are sure that a man of "Jimmy's" personality and caliber can flu naught but sue- ceed. K lla, ll 1 L-mins lYEXX'MAN PATTERSON 2700 Memorial Ave., Lynchburg, Virginia ClICIllil'lll Elzgincvring 1922-1923 Private Company "G"g Assistant Manager Baseball: Lynchburg Club. 1923-192-1 Private Company "Gil Assistant Manager Baseball: Lj'I1ClllJ1ll'g Club. 1924-1925 Private Company "G", Assistant Manager Base-ballg Lynchburg Club. 1925-1926 Private Company "G", Vice-President Lynch- burg Club, Chemir-al Clubg "Skippers." v v wb R N , , -1 S lv- Q in lil ll , tg 5: i-fl ai E93 'l lk fi 55 Z: Rl E T31 il Q if .- rl N it EN pi N L? 53 4 . ll rl l X i l F -9 ,K ' i 39 ' x , HJ 1'Nl ,-Xl wi '2 5-N 3 23 Q Y iii Q S '1 Q 1 S is ,Y iN 1 X: E N 1 Q N , 'Y H 'x l- xl 1 2-Q ill 1 .J 7 3 ii lx' Tlx! 55,11 V -A ,-'ftp-:-4. ,- I . A lf. ll 5' Nl I S, ills' l llc. l lil l ix. 1 . Q, ssl' .5 l f ll Qjujl .,-.ll lpl. 'x le . lsl' 1. lfi all l' HW 1 M fi iill ll l ml, E355 3 lol' 1 llli 'Q Isl? ll - ll! xy l .1 1 , ,N l l l V .,. . -Ui f 1 l 4-,l THoi1As BARBOUR PRINGLE Cliairles Town, West Yirginia Ciril Enginecrhzy 1922-1923 Private Company "Guy Shenandoah Valley Club: Freshnuin Truck Squad. 15123-192-1 Corporal Company "G"g Shenandoah Yalley Clubg .L C. l-Lg Company Football. 192-1-1925 Private Coinlmny "G"g Shenandoah Yalley Clubg A. S. C. 15.3 Wrestling Squad: Com- pany Footlmll. 19125-1925 Private Company "G"q Shenandoah Valley Clubg A. S. C. 12.5 Rifle Clubg "Skippers"g Masonic Club. S A.. -l jj! UPREXIE' . A. , Out of the hills of -Telierson Coun- Qlfill ty, XVest Virginia, in the valley of Iglclf the Shenandoah, came T. B. Pringle, better known as "Prexie." In his WQ four years' stay at V. P. I. he has .: proven himself to he Z1 man of merit: pail studious, but not a "grind"g serious, '1 but not solemn. He was the out-of- gijl class instructor among the "civils," 35:3 and no problem was too hard for ., Nl him to tackle. Nfl The one thing that concerned fill "Prexie" more than his classes was if ,gl his correspondence fr om Pennsyl- lj lf I vzmia. XYe feel sure that he will not long-be able to evade the toils of ij in , rnattrnnonyi. V 5 Prexle, heres to you. XVe ex- am! pect you to go far and accomplish E in much. A . ll xx ' li Tsll ll W5 rl all il W, l X X. x ex ' glL+.. . ,.i'1"j..fii:f::I::".'.T.:g1:.:g-ng... -, .T3i"'ri'iiT'.iL. Qfff. 'jiigi "N 1 kazaa.-:-L-xgf:.::-:fe-rv. . Y. - . . . .1 V 1-v - - hw M ,,s.--.-4.,-gggg-.--,g - . ....,.... . .- .. .--,,... ,....,4..,1i.....-.,-, U Q i 1 'Qs L1-XLLISON' Four years ago "Allison" came here as a "rat" from John Marshall. aspiring to he a commercial engineer. His quiet and modest hearing resulted in a fairly peaceful "rat" year. He served a year as corporal, and another as first sergeant, being' rewarded with the captaincy of his company his Senior year. Besides his military ambition, "Al- lison's" other failing' is his weakness for the ladies, over whom he ex- ercises some mysterious power which certainly keeps them guessing. He is seldom found workingg but when he does. he produces good re- sults. XYe have always found him ready to share his sympathy and time with all his classmates. Rennic's will- ingness to work, when necessary, as- sures us that his future will be a suc- cessful one. ,fir NVE!! t -- "-U -i i. . l "L --------W - -ur- - V f -V H- - - 4--T--V-T,---.1 T- -..si .... ,.T.,,,.,..T,.... MRI, I : A--- s M-- -..- yvkwiwgga. .ALLISON CHRISTIAN RENNIE Richmond, Virginia C'oni1nr'r'cfaI Ellyirlcrrizifl 1922-1923 Private Company "G"g Riclunond Club: Freshman Baseball. 1923-1924 Corporal Company "tin: Richmond Clubg "Tech" Staffg Assistant Manager Track. 192-I-1925 First Sergeant Company 'tG"g Richmond Cluhg "Tech" Stati: Assistant Manager Track: Y. M. C. A. Cabinetg Company Basket-hall. 1925-1926 Captain Company "G": Richmond Clubg Manager Freshman Track: Company Basket- ball. Jn. . l i I l E ll i,,l ll l 5. lf lil l i lv" l li 1 i Q l l A ll J ii ll lil l .sb ,..,... I, ,afg- ,:::-..:.1:-.1:gg-zu1f:,-z.-,J::--.- - , , ,, , : 1 -1 , - -1 - fs , ,.-v-xx:--4-Q-f:::ff-L:-fe--v. f 1 - -. -V - ---- f- s si' vs - N H K ..,-..-..-4,,-eie,, l i 1 x I 3 l N i AQ H5 - N 1 v lil ws ,iw gl l'xl ,iw 1. 1-QU we Q r ldfig i Tiff Yisqlf A. ., x 11 -. N1 .!,Jl ol ny, H3 val Q . GARv1cE HYTE RIDINGS Buena Vista, Yirgiuia Electrical EllflfllE'Cl'lllQ 1922-19-23 Private Company "G"g Shenandoah Valley Club. 1923-1924 Private Company NG." 1924-1925 Private Company "G"g Shenandoah Valley Clubg A. I. E. E. 1925-1926 Private Company "G"g A. I. E. E.: "Skin- 1535 avi 5 I' I i I P xi , I X I N 5 as il fx l rp Lvl 1 i 1..-asa.,-,...,.i..,,.,..i,.,.,.,,-1, ,,-,...,,.. ..,, -, ., ....,...-J ,-., -, , , 'i Palm s,,e.ms.sQ1 ea., ,,.... T--J - iffi ,- Y7M1'fA,Pff'-in 'Rift?-vii?-IKciifiqfllffw ' QL' -a -QQ-.eQQ4g.g,-.a ea.-.g.,,.-..M.1s- L I is . HGARVICEH lYhen "Garvice" came to Tech, Buena Vista lost one of its prominent citizens and the electrical engineers gained a good man. Somehow, in spite of his tendency to play, "Gar- vice" has managed to keep pretty well ahead in his classes. Along military lines he has. in the four years he has been here, had only one ambitiong that was to have no one tell him what to dO. Oh, yes, I have left out the most important thing. He's in love, and has been for the four years he has been with us. lVe predict wedding bells for him in the near future. i'Garvice" is goodlooking, a true skip- per, and a hard worker. Such a rare combination should mean success. , .. . ,-. .,. ...1g-.. fat V , -v..f..-aa-1f::i,,.A. . W --.-.1-a ,........,s. 1 1 Y- - e- --- 1' -- -- 'MM-ef-W 11 l l l l N BENJAMIN FREDERICK STAKES E1 Richmond, Virginia I il Dairy Husbandry ' ,Q l 1922-1023 5 Private Company "G"g Hoof and Horn Clubg W- , 1-lortic-iiltural Society: Virginia Tech Dairy Club: Maury Literary Societyg Freshman 'I'1'41t-lt. , 1923-11124 9-5? l'ri1'ate Company "G"g Richmond Clubg ,AMN Hoof and llorn Clnbg Virginia Teeh.Dairy Clubg llortieultural Societyg Maury Literary Society: Company Football, 1924-1925 V Private Company "G"g Richmond Clubg I Y ,UV Horticultural Society: Virginia Tech Dairy 1 Club: Company Football. 1925-1926 1 ' "' Private Company "G"g Richmond Clubg "Skippers"g Photographic Editor H1926 ' Q Bugle? Maury Literary Societyg Company ' Football: Virginia Tech Dairy Club. I l . , ll l .1 I ll! rgigqizicrr "TT 4,11 - Lmgg-.ga i I ff, ' ' 3 at Ml to 5- 511 ' fr , :rf Q-QZEQ, in ,STEQ l l ffvfj NTT' Qllj l ' ' -A If - --1----Q-Q--0--f---4-2----R--1v+i. . l . 2 T 1 1 1 I l I ' 1 11 1 .1 X li V 1 1 - 11- Q1 f --- 1 1 "BEN" l or 1 ,EA 1 ln the fall of 1922 the -'H11Ck1e-- 'W' 1 berryu brought into our midst a lad 1 - 1 who, as a Rat, was very young and 1 meek lookmgg but four years here at "Tech," and his natural ability to i 1 catch on to things, have made of I ' "Ben" a real and true Techman, and 1 we are proud to have known and as- sociated with him. I His excellent record as a student 1 shows that he 15 a hard worker, and that few surpass him in the art of making grades. To mention all of his 1 sterling qualities would hll many pages so we will only say here that he is an all-around good fellow. lt is with earnest regret that we bid , l11m farewell. ! l l Y ,, l F f,.1T,i'lliTQi1'lQ 'Qi A' ':gigg::1.,, aa, r' -gg ,-,g."- . " li l . ' - ' , . '. ,... A Y ,-.L.z-.1--nag'-.nueuusu-.f.g-.-1Lv..-nm.--ia -:1.Q.:2r-mw-sInhs1LA2-if--'31-i1'xi 1, , ,.,.1,.Q.l,,Q. ,agQ,a.1-.g ,Q,SillL-.Li.ll,,1,JL Q3g.1Q.w.,-..'LflQEllf21S'5f'5Qx"14l3iT?XiTQKQTQYKQJ ' - 'N 4 .wr ij" 'TZ-A" ""A ' ' . . ' U ii , - . -Q s -sS,:4Qg4.Q,,L.g:i:-13.5, ,, R , ,, , M414 ,,,, , , , ,, D 3 W . X N RICHARD WVAYNE TANKERSLEY Forest, Virginia .igfrivultzzrul Erluuaiiozz 19221923 Private Company "G"g Dairy Club. 1923-1924 Corporal Company "G"g Secretziry-T1'e:1sui'er . Dairy Clubg Agrieulturzil Education Club. 1924-1925 i Private Company "GH: Sec-retaryeTreasurer Dairy Clubg Agricultural Education Clubg Agricultural Studentfs Honorary Couneilg W Company Football. 1925-1926 Private Company "G"g Agricultural Educa- W tion Club: Secretn13'-'Freasurer Agricultural N Student's Honorary Councilg Dairy Clubg 1 "Skippers'13 Ride Clubg Y. M. C. A. Cabinet. i x X C. ,M ., .. c g . e ' xx vi IN il fi? Vg ,Z .. ,.,n,.-,. C. L: 'J H -Xi 5 'I R1 IPX: i Ri lo? 1 x' 5 5' U51 E2 ii QU iiixl ij Q' li is l Q Yi il if 15 xi is H V5 1- iq . K6 1 y. li gl ! -x V: jf? . 2 A i H k x 'L i w ' x li i 1 +1 L. I I i i l i X. Kflsggbggm- ,a , v W , ,D , L. . 4iTAANK1: Four years have p a s s e d since "Tank" left the muddy hills of Bed- ford County. These years have shown us a man, tried and true to his con- victions ancl his friends. He is one of those individuals who has the gift of accomplishing much with no ap- parent effort. Never lagging in his classes, he has yet found time to maintain a constant and ardent pur- suit of the fair sex. His handsome appearance and agreeable manners have made many conquests for him. Of late his chief interests have been centered in lVest Virginia-"another good man gone wrong!" But the present argues well for the future, and we expect "Tank" to go far in his chosen profession. -..l,.......... -..n.-.r.i...-' "f'lQ'I."' "',1-'.-.l'IIf"'f".. 'btw' - f'fAfffTYff'f" A 4 - ...,, - .,...., ,X . . .. .o . .. . as - agar.:-ga.: , 1, nr.-::.-f.z:w-..:::.:.-anv.-.----+-Brush!!-1-,:.f.-ag... ....,J . 71: f' ' -' W'-T? flffjff'.lfEIZiQl1Tf7.'1Tffi1KIQ'..'F"iQ'f"J"I'-'-rs's7'f'? "WCP fi --.Y-. .. , Wa-f..,.-if---,, fe.: ,,,, ,YA www, ,. . W, I it W W 1 4 1 l l l JOEL WATKINS, JR. 703 High St., Farmville, Virginia EIr'c1'rical Eiigizmering '1922-1923 Private Company "G"g Rifle Clubg Company Basket-ball. 1923-1924 Corporal Company "G"g Company Football. 1924-1925 Sergeant Company "G"g Captain Company Football: Cotillion Clubg Wrestling Squadg Company Basket-ball. 1925-1926 Lieutenant Company t'G"g Captain Company Football: Cotillion Clubg President Mid-Vir- ginia Cluh: Company Basket-ball. "RED" V "Hey! Wake up! It's time for breakfast." "Go away and lemme sleep! I dowanno breakfast." And 21 red head is seen to snuggle deeper within the covers. 'Tis none other.. than "Red" lN'atkin s, Farmville's pride and joy, who swears that the soothing caresses of Morpheus are sweeter even than the honey and the honeycomb. Although the powers decreed that "Red" be a lieutenant imbued with military authority, his heart is with the buccaneersg and he has only one weakness, the girls, and here is the secret of his success-it is his hair that attracts them. It is a Haming red symbolic of courage, grit and de- termination. All three of these man- ly qualities are invested in him to the highest degree, The truest of friends, the politest of gentlemen, he has endeared him- self to the hearts of all Techmen. May fortune's smile encompass him where'er he goes. ff' I ,N l 1 , i V l fl' 1'i' 1,77 xx , K V 1, , ., x Af 1' X 1. X., 1, XX sail, X, LF 1- M ,vii -U.. i 4 1 r l 4 , 1 ' i l l I i i 1 l i l l l I F I 5,1 1 its ', 15 ,il ,s 559 I 'C iii lei 5 i ' 'g i is 1 tx ai l as I 'l Fi? HN , FQ? 1' 'xx l . . .-.gram A :s.c . L e--was , , .,.., ,. ,..-,,,.a,.,i 4 s.. 4 .. . .i- C seg QQ-44.4-QQ- 4. 4- Q -':-QQ.:-1 ..s.: -..'s. m -1 Q-4 gg .ag "if 15' ' Y ,. ,, .S Y, ,, . - - 4 N- -- --'- -151151114 Vs,--rf , 1 I IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIII .3,.....t NVILLIAM .AIKEN XVILLIAMS Savannah, Georgia CiriZEnyi11e0rinfl 1922-1923 Private Company "GU: Cosmopolitan Clulig Rifle Club. 1923-1924 Private Company "G", Editorial Staff "The Virginia TeCh"g Company Footballg A. S. C, E.g Assistant Manager Baseball. 1924-1925 Private Company "G"g Assistant Athletic Editor "The Virginia Tech"g Company Foot- ballg Assistant Manager Baseball: Wrestling Squadg A. S. C. E. 1925-1926 Private Company UG", Athletic Editor H1926 Bugle"g Athletic Editor "The Virginia Techg" Assistant Prosecuting Attorney Corp of Cadets' Manager Freshman Baseball' Company Football' Maurv Literarv Societyg X S G L V1teP1esident Skippers -Ska. A Ki. 'EN' The state of Georgia, universally known for its peaches, is known to us for its peaches, and Pat' The gentleman in question is small of stature, but strong of heart, and has never been known to back down from anything. 'W i t h military aspirations unlike that of the great Napoleon, 'Pat expressed his intentions of livin-T the wild and carefree life of a buccaneer. He has successfully carried out his desires. His crowning glory came his Senior year when he was elected vice- presideut of the Senior Privates. "Pat" has endeared himself to the hearts of all Techmen for his free and easy nature, and his great volume of Irish wit. He is a true friend, a Southern g e n t l e m a n of the old l l i 1 l school. and a loyal Techman. ...I ---'-- - Y....,s-:g-Jir4s,. .T,1n:ss-2.33 -X "Q -wwf haisgays-me x 'XTX i'X'fTY'?X l'iXfQ3rC"i i:'5TiTf4i fsfff'-1 ' X T' s ii :H li - w -.. ., R gg: 1 .. , IS ssl' 9 'ALEFTYN Behold George NYOOd. known to the elite as "Lefty," a loyal "skipper.l'- 21 staunch friend. baseball pitcher de luxe. and a true gentleman withal. At the lirst, being jqoimg and green. l1e saw many advantages to be de- rived from military, and became a corporal forthwith. then a sergeant, still laboring under false illusionsg but he saw the error of his ways. Fair lassies from Greenland's icy mountains to India's eoral strand languish for his smiles. He is prodi- gal with his smiles and favors to the weaker sex, however, thereby causing the suicide rate among' the ladies to be lowered considerably. Great hearted and generous almost to a fault, always jolly, never blue: so we. his friends and associates. value "Lefty's" friendship and good will above sapphires and rubies. H 'Y f - ' -' - ---U --- - - -l-....z:g.:g...'-- -F 'www .---H. f 1 .-.,,...-. ,- -, 1 4 :Tig ' " ":,::,i1"fff 1 Y 1 up ll 1 I4 1 all 1 IXX is l 'l :ix GEORGE NIARSHALL WOOD l 4 , 33s 17th Ave., Southwest, Roanoke. Virginia l lx fy Civil EIlflfllt'ClP'fIl1,l 1922-1923 Private Company "G"g Roanoke Clubg Freslnnan Baseball. 1 1923-1924 i Corpoml Company "G": Roanoke Clubg X Monogram Clubg Varsity Baseballg Company ' Footballg Company Basket-ballg A, I. E. E. 1924-1925 f . , , 1. , , , I JK Selgeant C-onipany G , Roanoke Club, ill, Monogram Clubg Varsity Bzlseballg Company ' I Footballg Company Basketfballg A. S. C. E. - 1 1925-1926 , Private Company "G"g Roanoke Clubg Mono- ,- grain Cluhg Varsity Baseballg Company Foot- l ballg Company Basket-ball: A. S. C. 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UU Y NL 1 4 N1 'i Q Q, , Q, X 4, w Q1 t Q 1 4 1, X9 ' N if Ni? as lg t o U .qi Q11 Mt L x 1 U ,' . 4 1 1 1 A V. 1. 3,32 .-'A am closmg the last scene ot my hfe by fash1onmg and tostermg an Ni '.-A if -'-' establishment for the instruction of those who come after us. I ope .' - 'f'5"5"5 that its influence on their virtue, freedom, fame and happiness wlll ff 1 be salutary and permanent. Q t ,A X xx V Y, " w Alf 19? , if is 'fT?l?f,,93?' M fgfstksy ' N 163 Qf - -e s , , .eta n ' ' K ' ' 3,9 . I V, X2 fgoorr 4 '-' k ' I v , , V' X, fs y 1 1 x -', J ' fx , ' 'WW E' t J f X gbfgo V 4 a -THOMAS JEFFERSON fgfxf- ' T44 L N- 1 YAY' I f ,1IAJP'f2f.I,N:Y4fH cz: cz: cz: ur-fo of un cur cn cn' cn cn Ginn TSC' If ED qw Hifi'53L?'1IlsLf2f:4I.f'c2:j-TQ 'I I I .Iffvfy AIIIIHIWII 'E'THE IIB II G L E I I 9 L 6 L v. f . .-- .B A ' I - . ,L A f W Q ,J ip , I.- I 1 R gf? I I , In V I I . 'V Y as 99 ' ,f I . M I COIrIrI1jpm.aumy It 1 T I I jjj SERGEANTS I i A H N. P. S. DEAR, First Sergemzt 4 i1f6'l G. SYDNOR, Supply Sergeant ' - ' I I A. G. KIRKMAN C. J. WAGNER I A. SCRIVI-:NOR VV. G. HICKS , 5' V I V. E. MILES W. H. DAUGHTREY I - V Q. A f CORPORALS J 5' 6 5 W. C. HUDGINS J. R. BURNER C. C. MASSEY , f N A. O. JONES S. C. MILLER R. L. WILSON VIZ?" I A. C. STRICRLAND M. B. COGBILL J. A. PAUL mf fi I A 4,4 Y T 4 fl ' Q. PRIVATES 5 i Iv ' I if A I J. K. ALVIS P. L. FLETCHER J. B. LANCASTER H. G. SETTLE If 4 'Il Hi A J. S. BISCOE W. A. FROST M. LILLY P. M. SMITH ' IM., Q W J. B. BIRB B. G. GARRETT J. R. LINYDSAY A. F. STEPHENS Iv ' 5 lf D. E. Booz C. R. GIMRERT J. S. MASSEY E. L. SCHLAEGEL I I Hi " A ig! J. H. BRAWNER C. M. GREGORY E. L. MORGAN J. H. SMALLRIDGE 7 ' 1 fiigyf J. M. BROORING A. L. GRIZZARD A. B. MCEWEN J. W. SCALES JI Q54 , gn W. Q. BROTHERS L. R. GRAVES L. MCGUX'ER A. L. SMITH , J' JF ' L. A. BROWN R. W. GRIGGS E. J. NUCKOLS B. SHUMATE Q X I S. F. BROWN VV. W. GOODALL H. C. PAGE J. F. SEBALD 4 jg dx EROWN guy EULLIAM QZHOIMAS I J I' I, I I . . URROW . . OLLAND . . RICE . . HOMAS , 1 'jflgf 3 E. C. BENSON XIV. J. HOGGARD M. B. RANEY J. W. VANCE fj ' J. BURNETT T. A. KECR R. G. RATCLIFI-'E J. C. WILROY A 4 Agfjli G. W. CROCKETT W. C. KIDD B. I. ROTHENBERG J. F. WARE , 11351, J. P. DALTON L. L. KOONTZ C. G. ROTHGEB C. W. WOODSON I H. C. DOUGHTY E. H. KERRICK J. L. ROTHGEB NV. L. WILLIAMS I J 3 A W. E. DUNCAN H. H. LINEBERRY P. E. ROBERTSON G. C. YOUNG 4 I Iv' I. .H I I W f ' 'P I' ' ,.... PL" I ' If-if ' Ae' +I , ' q In Q Gm' . , . V L KP ' I. .... A. ' I , .,..M.-1. ... ,, .SSN ,.4... R..,..... Q . I L, .. A . ,. . ,, ., .V K I .f 3 -I A .. if-. --- xg-,QTL ? I 'I ' I I A 6 "-"YF 7'-af "'A -Qj'Y" NJ ' ' .I .'U,5,4+f I A? A Ig I 'I A - Q I A II ... . S. Z .. . I I S I . , Iv fi A J! I... ,.I' -J IT. .", ' 'Ns - AI if I 'I if A 35' S 5 2 A A 1 Q ' fi'- I,, ' - QV' Q. " ' . ' 'ff h " I A R ' Lax' 4515" A "- S' X f .' -" .Aix ' L' 1 AA? ' ff., ... vw .-41 J.,, C 'L , il l 4 " . I . Z I 1 ..'. -.- 1. 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DANCE, Richmond, Va. x XQQQ- --- V- - -Y-- --- - Y - f -4-M f----Y f f-'- wr- ---- V -- --Y--Y -- sf- :gnm: - ss Q... 4, .-.sake - 4 s-g.s, ..,-,e.L 4..,.t...1.LZ,L.e .Cass ........,.,,.,.,.,..I N l T .,---..,s., ...s..-.,. ,.-.. ,--... 1 4 l I JAMES MARSPIALL BROOKING i R. F. D. No. 1, Somerset, Virginia 4 Electrical ElZfflilll'I'l'fllfj I 1922-1923 I Private Company "H"g Central Piedmont 1 Club. A 1923-1924 Private Company UH." 1924-1925 . Private Company "H." x i 11125-1920 Q Private Company "ll"g A. I, E. E.g Knights Q of the Silver Swordg "Skippers." 1 ff :1 r.j'g'l,: All M fri " -'li .N,,,.,,.LT-1,3143 rqrigu for ' . L-Q .1 f-X NX -f WI H. -1 ,ff -1-'Y ,fr x',b, l..g.4,.j, .:L.'f1',,LgegLif"'X. - .f I4-wif i ' ' ' , ffl .xjxr,5f,fX '.."l.A""-'-4.'f.2i'.T7..-,f lil sffrss-has-....:..,.,.., ,.-..,.. N "',.:q -lT.if..f1I,lLfllflili F:-.ff 91,1 ' jpg 7 31 xi -iT l!f,f?g.'l.,., 2 ix Jw! ll if wr' ' Y xx fl ij 'l f l li ll fl 12 1' l ' -,l li' 4 'I' il if 'li Li N ' "l '- J! . i 5, if .J i ffl A, N. x X ff :fb 3751555 . 'IU 'rift-v f MABCISSA' -.1 Here he is, fresh from the County ll l lt ll .K . .111 l il ll il of Orange. and a graduate of Orange High School. just what led his idle steps here is far more than we know. I I unless It was to obtain some rest 1 3 from the "lair sex" and at the same . 1 time give to the world another Stein- 1 metz. I "Abe1ssa" is a hard worker, a "scribe" in his classes, and an ever- ll ready helper to someone else. How- ' ever, his work is not connned to the campus. for weekly trips to Roanoke seem to constitute a part of his edu- X cation. "Juice pushing" is his strong 1 point, and Fords and girls are his weak ones-may he hnd happiness in I if all three. : l I Q N 1 l l 1 15 'FS l A ' ' J .. . .--,.C,.-.-.s --.--...-s,...........- .... --..---...-...ljX ---ss C - .Q gg ss,Qs,LlA5."l.' kQ.-.Q.glsls. if A 3, .1-L......,.,-,,,a- ----,-, --E5 T, --fr, 7.55.1-712: 1: M K 'T'xK"f'f '3l"..Sf.S'KTC1"5fgl:.LLQl"'1'fL7f'7i'Hilf1TIiQlQQgf.EQQ,Q QQ- "T 5 ' W " F' ' 'ff ROBERT CHESTER EURROXY, JR. Disputanta, Virginia C'0lIIIIlt'I'f'lIII Erlglillrwiiigr 1922-1923 Private Company "HU: Rifle Club. 19234192-L Private Company "Il": l'e-tersburg Club: Company Football. 1924-1925 Private Company "H": Varsity Football Squadg Lee Literary Society: Petersburg Club. 192.5-1926 Private Company "Hug Petersburg Club: Company Football: Knights of The Silver Swordg "Shippers," K, i Y, ,-f"' N N- ...f-1 'XXX i ie' .nfs X ' ., lgzsbn 2 f,,, ., 2.1 , ,... A KMI. .. , yi, - ":j'TVf' W, F, '-T, f" Xxx. -, -Y - e,...,.o,i,,,. +4-1 s f'i,', j V' Aman -,mn-fmwm1m:::f...i14.ei ,ffl fs ' ,L fi IF'..l'.'-'.....:4'. ' '- V i iiP'Z1i," r fr-' Y -- e--W l -f,., , .. l"i""' il' ,.. --fr by ..,,. lg I :Ji fl w All .Q 'W ,i A i , 5 ,I , . rl 'l . , X ii R F i H I, V Xxx i X27 , E737 . 'fo 5311? 1297-fa .iv 'mi if "BOB" W r..- "Bob" is a dark-haired: bluey-eyed sort of inan that all the ladies fall for. He is always known to greet you with a smile and a word of cheer. Consequently. soon after his arrival here from Disputanta High School, he became quite popular. He is also a lover of athletics and played on the varsity football squad in 1924, but the following year he had to give up football because of heart trouble-the cause of the latter is unknown. Wfhether he takes up "jew engi- neering" or not, we are certain that. with his smiles, good looks, and good nature, we can stamp O. K. on "Bob," a good fellow and a true friend. 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WILLIAM FREEMAN DANCE, JR. 1832 Park Ave., Richmond, Virginia UOH1IIlL'7't,'lfll En gineering 1922-1923 Private Company "I-1"g Episcopal Clubg Rich- mond Clubg Company Basket-ball Team: Freshman Track Team. 1923-1924 Corporal Company "H"g Episcopal Clubg Richmond Club: Company Basket-ball Teamg Cross-Country Teanig Varsity Track Squad. 1924-1925 Supply Sergeant Company "HH: Episcopal Clubg Richmond Club: Cotillion Clubg Mono- gram Clubg A. I. E. E.g Cross-Country, South Atlantic Championsg Varsity Track Team. 1925-1926 Captain Company "Hug Episcopal Clubg Richmond Clubg Cotillion Clubg Monogram Clubg A. I. E. E.g Captain Cross-Country Team, South Atlantic Championsg Captain Track Team: Phi Kappa Phi. .... ,.,-...,-..,..,.....4 - 5 ' AV... . .,..i..-bif-f ,fhqm R. . .X F I ,..,..,.- .,,--.-,,. WH - , - l "HUGGIE" Be informed, kind reader, that the handsome blonde individual you now behold is none other than "Huggies" Dance. a man we are proud to call a Techmau. A desire to study electri- cal engineering brought him from Virginia Episcopal to Te chland , where. through four years of college life, he has proven his ability and sterling worth. From the beginning of his college career we could see that "Huggies" was born for success at Tech. He has maintained his prestige as one of the 'iscribesu of the electrical class. His p r ow e s s as a runner called him to the captaincy of this years cross-country and track teams. As captain of "H" company he proved himself an excellent officer. Always willing, always congenial, we value "Huggie" as a true man, one we are proud to have known, and proud to call our friend. , x,-XXV , -, . .li - X X5.J1: ' . ' ,.X . If .1-. .--' ...ff ' -TAX., 41 :.g," in-'......... 'ff'1."l"1-. j .C ff' --i ?- we-wx 1 ,,,,. M1-if Y, . X . Tlzi 161111: liwx Qty--17-AE ---f-:,-a-Q--- rf- i isbn- -y ,...,,.. 1 .- 1,7 . . X , ,f . , ,mn ,A ,..,,,,, .,. I - 'H fi'-.f f' sql "M .Q if, il sl if l-'f al' 1 wi of is x vu' viii. 'pf' I 'QS h I . s .- ,A-Q-rf.-1: mt-afas5,,w,,-......z.a-A---an-.F - MM--- , ..i- , X '577f'iIE'iT52TTQ 1 5.51 . ..-..:,i..,.,i--.f-RQ:-,f.,.:-..,a V.- .PN 4-,.-.,.f V-1., . e . . . , . ri- 0- . 4....sg-.34..g.e4..x..1,..g.,,-.dmv,,,,,.,, . N , l l PAUL REGINALD DARLING 328 LaSalle Ave., Hampton, Virginia Mechanical Ellflfl1t'C7'lllfl 1922-1923 Private Company "H"g Hampton Roads Clubg Riiie Club. 1923-1924 A Corporal Company "H"g Hampton Roads Clubg Riiie Clubg Tennis Squad. 1924-1925 Sergeant Company "Hug Hampton Roads Clubg Tennis Squad: A. S. M. E.g Editorial Staff "The Virginia Tech." 1925-1926 Lieutenant Company "H": Hampton Roads Clubg Tennis Team: A. S. M. E.g Alumni Editor "The Virginia Tech." , ab . .-js.,-if 4 waxy .,5qn--v . --.ms ..- ---..- l F ,:I,:-.grew ,,.1.--se,-Tffi -H fl ' " "'f"77 AAPAUL-1 "For crying out loud! Didn't I get a letter?" and we know it is no other than Paul Reginald Darling, often known as "scribe" or "Sheik," who hails from Hampton. Paul is very quiet-except when he talks-and he talks most of the time. His professors will tell you that he is a sound sleeper: but between naps he always learns all there is to know about his subjects. Besides being fond of library books and having high military ambitions, he can fix anything from an alarm clock up: so naturally he is going to revolutionize the mechanical world. XYe find him a good student, true friend, and hard worker. The world is gaining a real man. May your troubles be small and your fortunes large. .,, ,gl s L r Xl , X, . N 'S rel lm fix' lm lil gli lt lx si R V tx ll X P X 4 sl N fx! Nl .fl lfsl lt-l .xx gb f il my V :il s il fin: tl ml 'ww X-l .ig ,xr .i.. lr . is . . xl r .ll f X. LN v rt. .J r .us ,4 X, 'IRQ l 'tj 1 xl Fil 2 -. l li rl , ti '11 fl W .4 Sl ,ts -fix 1 ,e l lil , l ml L, .gl .J ,xl - . il 5 .i :fl .y-..v,..,,C,.l,,,m.---- --V-W., .-s,,,H:1:.,. M at -...,M... .. .. ,,,. ..,-. f.4'1,..:..,m-Qielsgisf.-gm .5 . -- f 1 T 1 F' T 7'f7'TY'f'TTY?iTS's'1Ti'1IQQQ'-1'xr-T'ff'?Qs "C siiirferixxwfs-x1H1r'-f'EK1iX'Tfl3siYr'x PAUL LITTON FLETCHER Castlewoml, Virginia .elnimul fIlISllfllllIl'U 1922-1923 I'rivate Coinpziny "ll"g Hoof and Hom Club. V 1923-1924 Private Coinpuny "I-l"g Iloof and Horn Clubg Dairy Club. 1512-l-1925 Private Coinyumy "Hug Hoof and Horn Clubg Stock .lndgng Team. 15125-1926 Private Coinlmny "lI": Hoof and Horn Clubg Agricultural Stu1Ient's I-lonorary Councilg tkzlkippei-s"g Knights uf the Silver Sword. o - rfb iiii .- oo T, T: Y o If ' I-ff xwrr v,:"' .. V Y' 1?..47--i- 'ji KZ Qi...-at-. fx "Hf1::::..'-..-.,-"'-gf.- W , fn: 195 "'6".'f3'J .g f- J , -f f -fk'J 1'7" X-Q2 vyitw fs-fqflg. it-gg Nj ,gi 1- H gn -!.Xf:Jf'J f l 'fb l 'blfifk 2145 - , X19 ,lf-X.. X jj , 17 Blog- his fsff Q., -015,9 mg, Q . .fm ' ,P fi-fi-, Y mv. 1 si 32. X. is HFLETCHU Four years ago, rc shy and modest youthg to-day, not so shy, but a man who has engraved :L high mark-not in military-but in his vocation, and in the hearts of his fellow-students. "Fletch" came to us from the wild and woolly mountains of southwest Virginia where men are men, and cattlemen at that: so we see why "Fletch" chose the course of animal liusbzmdry. He had the honor of being' a mem- ber of the V. P. l. stock-judging team that went to the international livestock show at Chicago, where he hung up some enviable records. lVe shall not be at all surprised to hear of him as a most successful cattle breeder some day in the future. fl .im 1 ' A 1 U il EJ Ili f A .. . . , ., . ... -.,, .. H.-. -,.s., .,.,.- W.,-:L...-f.-.:.-:Qr4g+..--.:f::r-- --5:5 - xtfflrhii-.-4-f.. . r.. , M ot- -. .. tw- rl nfs-.-fs?-mv:-evfzw . -,,.YQfi xr Qgghgfls 'K N13 x X' CQQK4 xjxfsxi if T'3Tlr9iSKfi?Q'x'NTxXq'fx xf' J- 11. Rl 1 'W A U-V!Y A-'--47 MMA Av- . lr N - -- --L , . ,W ,,.m,,,.Z,,,..2-.. .-----f-- ----- ---- - -- l -.-M, 2-,t-:fx-fe-1-Q.. Q- f...2zL-...H '--- nan- .--. . - V- - f- - f- --1-----e.qjy K fiNF??-T'i'TTi'fT'Y?W' 'T'W"'1X"'Tj?f'53f'TfT'37T'T'?f"?'fu"T"-1-7 Tu? T 'f"1T'1F ' 'Jf"T'f"ffTQg?f7f.l'fff'QI1QfI'. AQ l 'WTFW Y' l"1Q- li - K, , V V - ' -'-'M 1,,.-,....,,.,..,.-..,.. ..-- , .ff 1 l 1 1-F' ' ,XM 121: ,N 1, V 1--lil 1 EAI? CHARLES CHAMBLIN FUNKHOCSER white Post, Virginia 1 H3 glllfllllll Huxblllldry 1922-1923 Private Cmnpuny "Hug Freshman Track Teamg ShEll2lllLl0illl Valley Clubg Hoof and Horn Club. 1923-1924 gulf Corporal Con1p11ny "Hug Varsity Tmck Squad: Sll9llClllll02lll Valley Cluhg Hoof and W Horn Club: .-lgriculturul Educational Club. Y all l . K 1 1924-11125 l1 tx Sergeant Cornpnny "lI"g Shenandoalh Ynlley 9 1 Clubg Hoof and Horn Clubg Stock Judging 1 1 Team. 1 -NU 1925-19213 1, -X1 Lieutenant Company "Hug Germim Cluhg ll Shenandoah Valley Clubg Hoof and Horn 1 ,All Club, 1 1 111 all D ' , li A2 xlELjJ'l my . J 511 ' 1 C if' SN lgjjtffifgilgiifx 2 rx:-2 fQ1f."fexwesE'f 1-11 1--f.,..l1 ,- tg. X 1 ,, 1. wg-f' . -. 11: +11 asf Q7 mf. 11-.1 wr qi wfilrfx- , - , xf1'111'1 711'-Ql -Ti' 1 ,H 1' mfg, Qwjlgfo ,511 X ww.. ,1,1W1,?I! f,,,,,fl-..T7:,1f..J-.im- RMT!-Erik xv! X11 fffik :lac-QQ:-2-if 1:12-'iv-,.1'v 4- . , 1 ,, , 1.11 g..,....,,r,.,......,.,..,....A1eZm-item--ms.. 1. -f - --- --i 1. 1 --,fs -Q ---- - - -4- - J -if 4 1- - 1- - - K' 4335 E Suki? 1' 3 Q. A -f 1-....-... ...T rg! 2' : fl--M3141 '1 l 111-'1 111 445' '51 ..,., 1 1 , ' N11 1 f 11 11 11 111 Ti '3 by if 41 I' I lnxl 5- : J' Q 1 15 QW lf 14 1. 111 1 1 .1 1 xy, 1 rl 1 1 ll l 111 1 11 V llv I 1 Wg ip CHARLIE. 1-Lv lk. ' 155 Y' We lV1Sl'l to present to tl1e world PQH1 1 i ,, . ., - . . gl 1 Q, Charhe Ifunkhouserg and m domg A " so, we have not the shghtest doubt 1 X of h1s ab1l1ty to make a success out of hfe, and to make scores of friends. 1-X ' V ' ' - 1, l I 1 He has a congemzlhty that IS never- N1 faihng, and a supply of good jokes gif, when they are httlng and proper. X Wle thought until recently that a ,Qi I certam young lady at Wfhlte Post E55 . . ,H t l1eld the key to h1s heart, hut we hnd 151' 1 that none of them hold tl1e comblua- 1i'll I tlon-to the sate that l1olds 1t. ijij H15 professlon can count on a real RI man when "Charhe" steps 1nto the harness, and we trust that hus ablhty lgf and unceasmg good humor will carry lt , hllTl far ln ll1S chosen work. Dj. 1 I 15 l 5 1 ill. Q 1 1 lg 1 1 15714 51211 t . fill Q11 PQ1! 5551 2 .,.--..-L . '1.,.u.,,.iii..,....,glMme.-.,....,.....-...1.T.g1.m- M,-f..-. N1 A T. 4 K ,,,..,..s. , .iEDv- "Ed" hails from a little town down by the sea. Though he grew up in this low altitude, his ambitions are not on a corresponding low level4 far from it. Following the trend of his ambition toward music, he allied himself with the musical talent of our corps. :Xf- ter three years of "Band Life"-and a few weeks in camp-he came to himself, and got into military for his iinal year. For the past two years "Ed" has been widely known because of his electrical talent. XYhen the lights go out, why, "Send for 'Edfl' Though small in stature he usually manages to throw a little "light" on the sub- ject. Vie wish him a bright and prosperous future. JAMES Enwmzn GARRETT, IR. , Oceana, Virginia Chenzical Engineering 1922-1923 Private Bamdg Norfolk Club: Radio Club. 19234924 Private Bandg Norfolk Clubg Radio Club. 1924-1925 Private Bandg Norfolk Club. 1925-1926 Private Company "H"g Norfolk Clnbg A. I E. E.g Rifle Clubg "Skippers." MELVILLE Lewis JEFFRIES Blue Ridge Ave.. Culpeper, Virginia Influsfriul Education 1922-11123 Private Company "Ang Rappaliannocl-1 Val- ley Clubg German Club: Freshman Baseball Squad. 19222-192-1 COTPOWI Cjlllllellll' "Au: Rzlppaliannoeli Val- ley Clubg Gernizin l'lul,-3 Mineral Clubg V211-. sity Baseball Squad. 1924-1922.3 Regimental Color 51-rgeauit Company "H"g Vice-President Central Piedmont Clubg Ger- man-Qlubg Assistant Athletic Editor "The Xirgima Tec-h"g Company Football. 11325-19215 Lieutenant Company "ll"g President Central Piedmont Clubg Ge-rinan Clubg Athletic Edi- tor "The Virginia TE4'l1uQ Maury Literary So- cietyg Captain Regimental Football Cham- pious. ..,. W, -. , .,..,,,.,,,,-,.,, fs .. Li--.........,-,. -aus V ...iw Y -V "MEL" Behold, kind reader, the junior member of the firm of "Jeffries Twins, Incorporated." Since the first day he firmly stepped upon Tech soil. "Mel" has proved to those about him that he is zi conscientious worker at any task, large or small. His fair- ness, coupled with sterling qualities. have won him a host of friends. During these eventful four years, "Mel" has shown his love for ath- letics, and a keen delight in every social event of campus and town life. As athletic editor of the Ti-flz. "Mel" has proven himself to be a writer of remarkable ability. .X consistent stu- dent, master of his studies. A loyal Techman, a true friend, a tactful officer. He leaves us mem- ories enduringg a worthy example. .V - - - -- -f-' -------W ----W ----F-4--------'-H A-' f-:-n1a:-.-znr - - ,- N19-, .e r. 1 'ix X , X2 S 'ABURLEYP lVe introduce to you the only and original "skipping" lieutenant, Rod- erick L. Lucas, who hails from the great open spaces on the outskirts of Radford. "Burley" made his mark in military and still remained zu skipper at heart. And, although he has never injured his health studying, at the end of the term "B1.1rley" always man- ages to have his share of the high grades. Wfhile at Camp Meade "Burley" at- tained the distinction of expert rifle- nian with the highest score in the R. O. T. C., and was chosen to be a representative at the national matches at Camp Perry, Michigan. XVe have found him to be a gentle- man, a sportsman, and a loyal friend. A man of this calibre, we feel, will hit the bull's-eye of success in life. le21QIQffiI Q1 Q--JITCQQLQ - 4329- 'C - 'H Y-vp xpinw-R-um-yqggw-,sm-.paxil Romziucx Lewis LUCAS R. F. D., East Radford, Virginia Dairy Husbandry 1922-1923 Private Company "Dug Horticultural Soci- etyg Hoof and Hom Clubg Riiie Clubg Rifle Team. 1923-1924 C'o1'pora1 Comuany "D"g Rifle Clubg Ride Team. 1924-1925 Sergeant Company "D"g Dairy Clubg Ride Clubg Rifle Team. 1925-1926 Lieutenant Company "Hug Dairy Clubg Knights of the Silver Swordg Ride Clubg Captain Rifle Team. f . 1' i ' .E2:.'-.-:1. in f-1 V. -F I xg5'5Lg..:.3.f5,1, if vs-I Ns" .. , If -"T 'iv :-:-- -so f- ts jxgggsx ,r 3 r at ij 5+-, -A Y... 1 1 ,rf-Q, , xt tg.. 1 we-.,,:. 5. r 1 . WX' 5. ess- X ' fs' ' - .mms . 3. ft .yi . -fa Xi mxweF 1'Qf ,- f as 1-:Q QQT.-lrlgiisli 5 1.:.t.Q::m:mQ:... - 5 l l l 1 l 1 I 1 I x 1 i s l i . if H SL iz gt! NI Ill if it it we ll .ET In N3 :,. l 4" el! 1" El., "1 il 1'5 'x . 2 5 -sl .gi . N is X xx is 5? 5 ll tw kx 'N N fix fjhxl QX X w "1 'Xl ,-Xi .xl ,R Wi 1 ,th tw ,N f. I x 5 Q V. L, I x N 3 s iii . EQ ,.x 'x - X 'r Nl X il . -'. t-C Sex-ex ' ' " Q.-. , , .1 1, sow., , -Y .,sH,.,.,x,,,,1, -,,,,,..-.4-.w,..,k, ,eg-gxa.Q.4.4l J Pi .Q N i , N , ,..,:.g..,-E-1-:mar-'-.zfirz-..L-4 1 . . - A . A., .. Y - e -L-- T-fa-rw-:ue-:mza.f-.A 1 "A'iQCV -. 4 -fe -, X-T7'fr1?2?jf: or Q7 W Yvlrjgf GERALD CLAYTON YOUNG Berryville, Virginia Electrical Engineering 1922-1923 Private Company "Hug Shenandoah Valley Clubg Company Basket-hallg Ride Club. 1923-1924 Private Company "H"g Shenandoah Valley Clubg Company Footballg Company Basket- bull. 1924-1925 Private Company "Hug A. I. E. E. 1925-1926 Private Company "Hug A. I. E. E.g "Skip- pe1's"g Company Basket-ballg Knights of the Silver Swordg Masonic Club. -Ax.. f:fz.w..f4..s..u.- .se-vw-,ugh T 1- g.. l x W , , ul' .. ...L .. l ' V ,ll xx, . ..-il 5111 "BULL HIDE" .N .U ,L 'ide' 'i W 'fig "HT Yes!" Fair things, do liirxfef M831 . ,wwf not get shocked, for this is simply the favorite expression of Gerald Clayton Young who hails from Ber- ryville. "Bull Hide," as he is known to his friends, which comprises the entire corps. is "King Bee" among the "skippers." At any time you can find assembled around him a bunch whose aim is vocal recreation. Gerald is a "scribe" in his classes, and noted for his ability to get the most from the least effort. It would he hard to find a more likeable, a more brilliant, or a more practical person than Gerald. Though we hate to lose this friend, we can comfort ourselves with the thought that the world shall gain a man. ITL? 1' Q W 2 fqz, su.. f-r? , I? ff'-3311 ,rm sitsfi ' J' T K --N .H .viii .xxx -X .X XC Qqxsxi-,RGS N -2-X f - i x N 1 i . i l .i es X, ' N 1 1. VN ig' xt i .in . x My I'I J :NJ is N 'c .QI .5 N S 1 S xii ri Fl if N iN' !1XI R-3 .kd .N xxx, , '1 lil 'rl . I M ..s,g,, -. a..:.E, CAPTAIN Juux SMITH KILPIIIIIIICIH at DTHINCSIOXYII Island A ,Vfvf .WY Y . ,,,, ,Wi , ,M vw .4 -sf..-.31 ? , 5 K 355. . - xx? 3 x ' ' 'mi x . K POCAHONTAS Monument at Jamestown Island fr.: YQ 'V Q Qfx if Y,f-V. 1 N 'xii-Y rf ,,f RAS 'Xxx xx ,,' Y,f'f -f' ,M-fx-X x - uf -' , rf ,- .V X .X r., V X x - - ,fr -' - -. x K.,- X 5, ,--, X - wi, K. V' X' 4- NXIQ Y ,ff K- " - ,AQ , . --1 - - f Xx,k,f-'11 ffrfff Ki:-if 41--Y.g-gnx 1- I, 1.3 -1-il-'-fiQiLfL'f Xin xg MM., ,, , Lghgjgi-I ,,., F!-,,,. Yn-fV 4- ---- 4---- Tv L , if a' V Q49 f. H Tw? Mjiwi 1 L-ffm J' 'Nl .xi Lfn Jim HQ? fgifwn , f MM 1',f,l lwjwf rein sw 'VAN QUIT Nyfnny 'LN 195223 ,UJLR 4 V2 1 my Wi V','l1! uf! VM XEVGJW Lxljif ffm WTA null kiff 1523 r,f,,N n i xlib V4 ifif ,w 1 1931 K 5 bfi. :frm fx, uwxz Ekwnig fifll, K 'T VA1' QLLJJWE 1,17 wg ,-'V WMM -Pala H+ WW 'i'.'ix1M ,J 1-14 X -My n .41 xfxawx .Ax mv, LA ww 5-11. Wu n ,V A, V- I v ,,J, K- LQ, x ' X.4,,1fA. 1 ei' 76 I E, E S i n Z 4,.,. f V. f ff ff W Q A " fi Q Q fs x TIE 5 Vllllfllflllllfllllll Q M U JB , ' 'V 1 I aw I 51.5 N K i N I i I 5.13 1 I 1 is ' ' . , "X , g , ,ll . i - " , ' ' 4 ' 9.1 ' . I -A Ef5i7"z " f .W - --'- ggio Z' fi, W jun- - -1-N-, . f IYW A 'X ' 1 Q I LXI I In It 'JI I 4 -I I QI ,-ij I -.,I I I , .3 ' I-.1 I 'aff I EtI I rl I E22 I I fl I gf: I sr I .-X I '.II , I UE- A-., HE. .-X." was continually falling in love with some Blacksburg' maiden, but when his fellow-students would inquire of his love atifairs, he would gently a d in on i s li them by saying, "Don't measure my corn by your half-bushel." Davis was a cheerful chap. Wfhen the clouds were heaviest, when the day was darkest. and life seemed not to be worth w hile, Davis, with a shrug' of his shoulders, would reply, "XVhy worry? Life is nothing but trouble and satisfaction any wayuz then he would go merrily on his way. Although Davis took an active part in student activities he never neglect- ed his studies. He was diligent and conscientious in his efforts to fit him- self for his life's work. ch X, , Xt '--Q 1 :gr-si .- tzss, -v::-- Y--.2 - EUGENE ALBION Davis . . N - -fs Y-'ess - r-.ev f.-. ., ,.s.-.sc-vt-aT,Tt1-TFT:-.fsffq-Q If I I I I I Rose Hill, Virgin Ilortic-ulfure 1922-1923 Out of Military: Horticultural Societyg Ma- sonic Club. 1923-1924 Out of Militaiy: Horticultural Societyg Ma- sonic Clubg Mania' Lite-raiiv Society. 1924-1925 Out of Militaryg Ser-retary Horticultltral So- cietyg Masonic Club: Maury Literary So- ciety. 19251926 Out of llilitaryg Vice-President Horticultural Societyg Masonic Club: Maury Literary So- cietyg Management Maury-Lee Annual Play. i gg -s I X II I I 'VI I III I. If ,XI Z1 X QQ' f L t I I I I I I I I 1 Y -I ,U sci: RN. TI q it III I ,I 'I I I I I I Y 1 I I .ax IQ Ik IRI IIIQI M.75I I I iv! I I M my ,NI WO IIN 51N :IN I I 9 IN I III VI Ii I II I' X .... . I s..a-:-f.'.:N-.f- -eff -- ---jeef-if-if-'ggeffilis ' ' ' ' A Q42 -.e-,,.f'Q,ifl ?935XKYfSI X . I 1 r 5 t ' iff -5 e 'e X 1"- -14 lil! lf-y"' 1 'f 2 'V-4---U4 Qxv-sv-'Y WAAA Yii ' D 2 " " ' ' D ' ' W X - V - -- -1---- -N- --Ah v --U fffff."'.'1I.11TL'i'1TII.1ijlIfij,T'A " l l l STANLEY JOHN DAXX'SON Faber, Virginia .z11j!'UHUlII!l 1922-1023 Private Company Dairy Clullg Hoof and Horn Clubg Horticultural Club. 1923-1924 Out of Militaryg Dairy Club: Hoof an-l Horn Clubg Horticultural Society. Y 1924-1925 l Out of Militaxjrg Dairy Clubg Hoof and Horn 1 Clubg Horticultural Society, n l 1925-1926 li Out of Militmyg Dairy Club: Hoof and Horn I x Clubg Horticultural Society. , X Xl --Q,-.---- . ,WM . l Nl Qi1'+i -"TQ . ' 1' mir- fi' l -N f-""f"T"1L -fi. l 5 Dia-f . V --H- f -'.2-...... ' I l Ti. .'l .ii ll f' I l 'xv .. f lixg, 'fix wi sf- ..,. 1 ,va l VW Ls' r ' l' HQ 'X R. R i -V alll, K l . l iw . W! l . .Xya ,. ., 1 I X - -V AQ 223 5' I' N ,V yn, XL, mf, . jf .pi A Y. P. I. catalogue found its way Nt' to Faber and the result was that US. jf," a husky but youthful lrvy. eu- tered V. P. I. On .-Xpril Fools day he dropped his name from the mil- itary roster to take advantage of an opportunity olfered by the college of working his way through. "The lirst hundred years are the hardest." and "S I." says that he will be on top if he ClOC5ll.t lose his grip. He is one of the coming agrouo- mists, and in June, l9Z6. it will be a pleasure to see US. I," who is so well liked by all his friends, grasp that old "sheepskin" and be off for something bigger. The Class of '26 cries out, "Stanley, don't lose your grip." ll 5-F l . 11. ' f Nl 1-.5 v l-X N. x y jx Q 'X law :11::.'f,-5:1-L-1 :-::. m.:-1-rn: .. . - ...... -. .vi Z'-7'i11f'IF7'7F'i.ifffif-'W"'-qu, .. .--.-Gi i c -. -, rf:-verve CECIL FRANZER DELABARRE 202 Chestertielil Blvd., Norfolk, Virginia. Imlnsfrial Efllfmfioil 1922-1923 Out of Military: Maury Literary Society: Norfolk Club: Football Squad: Wrestling Team: Track Squad. 1923-192-1 Ont of Military: Sergeant-at-Arms Maury Literary Society: Norfolk Club: Football Team: Track Team: Monogram Club. 1924-1925 Out of Military: Norfolk Club: Maury Lit- erary Society: Football Tesun: Track Team: German Club: Monogram Club. 1925-1026 Out of Military: Norfolk Club: German Club: Football Team: Boxing Team: Track Team: Treasurer Monogram Club. - - .,,.,,L ,,.1-.,.,,.f' 'i ,ss X 'fun fl: .4-Lrg-r 1 i - --'ff:f"fr"s4' i .5 NASE , .cgi .,,. .X X l 5,1 N . x . , fi X ,fir-X -, nfl, l .l,f,,-XT' -,Q X-, psgxx 4s.-1:--qu ,1..:l-,.,,-.:'L4:2... N"-' f' rj-Vf -X '5ra:1. '-'M--'l'-+,f f , ' Wiz "f"1f7 f' .. . . 4.-27 fjT f' , ..A.,,,-,e-.,.-ia . . ,............ ..-,,....... .-. -- 3. -N, Q r-'1-19:1-.QTL-l'.if l -1??'----.--...,..se.,...s,-........-- . - - .f .Wa--.-., .:,.,--W---,fww -f f 1 ,....s. ...-.,.. -.e... .,.--,.,.e I Lf ,. ,Af '-A 4 -N ' 1 , ---. WT il in l l 1 A l 12. ' l Kx f "T OTS" ,Rv , G ."X7l V, . N ' 'tToots crime to Tech with coiiw-Qyf ' -4 V siderable more experience as to the way of the world than most of us p o s s e s s e rl. Our Uncle with the striped pants sent him to France, and after his discharge he roamed a bit before deciding to enter Y. P. I. His experience was used to good ehcect in tricking the faculty-he seemed to get his even though his entire library consisted of books on hair culture. Few, indeed. have excelled "Toms" in athletic ability. His success in football, track, wrestling, and boxing need no comment. The corps will miss him, but Tech is giving the world a man of real personality, one who will never lack for friends, , . , , 2- ,, ..-.,........h....s.kd.-kde , .L..L.,.,....-f.L-,..-....Yy. s M '1 :N lb 'ci I fx lc lr. r ix. . . - --- - f- V --.arg 41151,-1g.x-:..--W wg.-, Lf T.- G-ww'v-'sv-:-crw V1 wrffrceirfeefeesf-f'fvfrf-fs e fe - 1 e- f--fe ---+ H -f--- 'ee -- - e- .- f f - Q - EDWIN SHEPHERD H.XRRl5ON Herndon, Virginia ,l!ll'lCllIfllI'f!l Erlzrt-ufimz 1922-1923 Private Company "C"3 Amit-ultural E-luc-ii. tion Cluhg Lee Literary Society: lYrestling Squatlg Freshman Truck Team. 15323-192-1 Private Company "CHQ .Xgricultural Educate tion Clubg Hoof and Horn Club: Sec-retary Lee Literary Society: Agricultural Student's Honorary Couneilg Wrestling Squad. 1924-192-3 Out of Military, .Xgrir-ultural Eiliieiitimi Clulmg Hoof and Horn Club: Dairy Club, Ag1'lC'llltlll'2ll Studeiit's Ilonorary Council. 1925-1926 Out of Blilitaryg Agric-ulturnl Educ-ation Club: Dairy Club: Ilouf and I-Ioru Cluhg President Agricultural Stuvlent's llouuruiw' Council Wrestling Squzul. ..,.A,,1,,...l..2 L. x,..,...-,.,l - , . 7,7 , L 3? :sie . p5.Qf?si'i" L C .. Q - :Qs .WI L! -"Il'.iiiE'Il,- 'Q-X 'fi-V ,.-..+.1 --- -..E-, qw 'fig lwfm'xmz:::r':f74i:::,-1 1 Tigger 1 so-gulf ii Vim, TT ll g.fj'.Qi1L Q V , - , ,V l 5 M! Q, li, l I l lv 1, 1 i E g m "BILL" . "' , Readers, fair and otherwise. we in- ' 'j'j"i:i.-71, si troduce to you one of the most quiet X6 44,-if l f 54 ,sw fl ' -f fi . X .-.3-. s-' 3311" I .U.-- . .-an ' f ' He 0 ' ff rf 'f"'z- 9,2 "" . l e - . 9 1 1 ' , ' -If ' ,ircal '- , if ,f t ' iv xi ' f t 3, 1? M' ' ' QQ. ' ev-vi at-,-.. Z..-st f- ' H fl., 5 'K ' one i-: ' " I Jf'l ' .5", Fi' - .jf . : ,. I-A ,wal . , e : eh. -,Y-,.....a,.' 'fi 'f57 '7 -t.,- N . 4 Ya 1-4.0 'bw WW va, sw' x L ,:ga,.a:,,1. :-. and tranquil individuals on Techs campus. Though prominent and ex- ceedingly well liked, intellectual and a holder of many high honors and much esteem. one would never dis- cover it through his modesty. How- ever, it takes but a simple introduc- tion for one to feel that "Bill" has a personality and character worthy of any man. And, like all the rest of Tech's sons. he has that infallible weakness-a weak heart. But such an exeusahle fault has not prevented him from diligently and protitably spending his time. I-le does his best and does it well in everything he un- dertakes, classes included, and, though the Phi Kappa just missed him, it is not likely that the Tri Kappa will get him. iam.-'uf.:r.:..-eexgx.. 1--1. .- .... ,L-... . . ,Le,f, . V V-i,A, ,H -H , , . , , .V of - . kite Q I T7?57f77f':qff '--.-LQ-c -,Q---.-LL,-.LLLLLLLLQ.g.---.L.-,L-QLLLL ,QgQQ,-Q,'. ts.. ,... - 'fx -Ll 1 by W xv -i ful ,EN w ,,, 1 .s i 1 1 .iv mx-Xl 'SW lx, gi hi lv vc, ,- Q KN I l :Tl my l W. J.. , ,A L4 l V X' F-fl it H bf fx T34 N 1 4 4 '1 'J l x i SR fc: FC Q11 lil tif 1"-. ' i .ft i MSCRIBE' Xkihenever we heard the remark, "lf," A l make just une more '.-X' this term. I'll make liuiiursf' we knew "Scribe" was indulging in his favorite pastime. Froin the rugged mountains of Patrick County "Scribe" came to V. P. l. with the determination to make a name fur himself. He did it. Nut only was he successful in making ".-X's," lmut he was alsu successful in making a host uf friends. To them he was li,-yal and true: never tim liusy to dw a gmail turn for his fellww students, and always standing square- ly fur Tech ideals and Christian man- hood. XYith Hyltulfs willingness to work and his strung incentives-he is mar- ried-we predict a successful career for him. Swaxsux Suritoxs HYLTON Wimlwine, Virginia Hut uf Militslry. Out of Military: ibut of Militari: Society. Hut uf 1Iili1ai'5': eietygi Repmtei' il gfrmlum ,rl l 502411123 1023-1024 Maury literary' Society. 1924-15025 192541926 Fritie Maury I,itei'ai'y So- il0l'lll,'lllllIl'ill Sueiety: Agri- Se: -retary Maury Literary Cultural Stuilent's lIn1m1':ii'y Conncilg Phi Kappa Phi. l V Hi, .ii- it -I :Lf !!V il" llkf IFS ,Wig X523 liliri " N MQ New .HQ LVQ ll, lite hula Qi fl i 'N Vw JN YY li as iskj lily .es 'lil IN I. I' l R -:KE i lx 1 X -Xs-,.-- .,Y...-,........--,,.,,..,...., ns. WYYWW Wwsssrsr Y ms, Y Y .W l E l I i CHARLES EDWARD Kiiecl-Ixiiigic 119 lV9St llith Sf., Norfolk, Yirg'ini:i fI01'Tiv'nHur1' Out of Military: Maiurv Literary Society. Out of Military: Maury Litevnvi Suviety: Horticultural Society: Y. M, U. .L Uanbinet. Out of Military: Maiuvy l.iter:1rv Society: Horticultural Society: Phi liuppn Phi. Q . ' -1:v-' f 1"," ':',,,. ::T:"1i::'i:T.j..L".' ' . 1. Y . , FEW., , ...T .,,i.l,-, c ..,,-- . . A . . . AVN: Lxv. 391 'Ii is . Kiel: Q. 1 Q-i al lg N 1922-levi:-1 2 out of Miiimi-y. Q X 151231924 1924-1512.1 1925-1924: 1 i , i V N v i if 1 1 i -it v .1 i . Q il ifm V 1 - 1 Ms v lg fjiy l R' 1 'RH A 1' .I .11 KZ V .ri H Til' .4 fr-W x--- .-.Mm-.-7.-as as rf M- ili axes- . ...,s,.-,g..,l ..AL . V ' "SHElK" The "sheiks" of Techlanrl inet in solenin conclave to select a chief4 the "sheik of sheiksf' Wliniii could we expect to be selected? Kirchinier. of course. who hails from Norfolk. Not only was Kirchniier a chief uf "sheiks." hu t a l s ri an outstanding leader in his scholastic work. "Sheik" was always a harrl workerMwhen he wasn't "sheiking"eand his work was very fruitful. He led his classes in agriculture from the very beginning of his college career. He is the cm- boclinient of Tech ideals and a Chris- tian gentleman. He was ever zealous in church and Y. M. C. A. activities, responding promptly to every call. 5 -I H """"' ,Mwdm-,,.,YQ, W W, do M, Mfg.. AQWQ, Y, Y W f Y , W, Y , , , V W V, DONALD ELTON M0014 Spring Grove, Virginizi lluir!! IIIINIIIIYIIIFH 1922-1923 Hut of llilitaryg Dairy Club: Maury Literiii'y Sucietyg Hoof auil Horn Club, 1923-1924 Vlut of Military: Business Manager Dairy lfluh: Maury Literary Suffix-tyg P6t9l'SlJlll'g' Clubg Blacksburg Club. 1924-1U2u Out of Militiiry: Business Manager Dairy Club: Pet.ei'sbui'g Club: Blat-ksburg Club: Ag'l'lCll1t1ll'2'll Stutleufs Ilunurziry Council. 192-i-1926 Hut of llilitaryg 1'i'esiileut Dairy Clubg l'ete1'sbu1'g Clubg .lgl'lfflllUll'2ll Student's lIunoi'al'y Lllfilllllnll. .lp mul lvl -7- ---Am, 1,......,..........l-..Nv--., . i i "lil lx" "XYliz1ttayes:iy. Pop, are you ready 7' That clizirzicterizcs "Don" because he is alwziy ready. ready to do his part in anything that he can be of service. Being Virginia burn, he naturally bears the noble idea that success is spelled in fnur letters, wfo-r-k, and it is wrirk that has borne him so high as a student and :in active cooperater with his fellow men. .His spirit is typical of the nine- teenth century in that he synthesizes work and play systuniatically. His geutility. courtesy, honesty, and many other high qualities show him to be zi man of the highest type: and work and play are lmdged in his clear mind as books are zirrzuiged on zi shelf. lYe predict that "Dtgin's" new formula for making milk will upset the dope in the dairy industry. ,i KY, ii, il, - rl 'll Vi ll fl f .x.,,,xs,-X-, .- ifvAu4".L.f .5 F.. , 1 , ul iii l :KJ P1 X, H2 ig-1 l l lst' , l f. rt: i -.Y l 1 tif- 2 lt 42 I lx li l lxi IQ? li? i lif 4 x i" i ikl 3 l 321 Etxl v' l is-.3 ,R ET'-Ii lj: ixl lf 1 : X ix ix ' if ' is . Es Q is P+ Fl LN Ni S ti 'Qi .XJ N I li i li? i IQ' , ax 1 J life. : is i L5 i A . 5, ,Q ' xl 57, IQ'-i -Y -....- 1-1-vi.-xg.,-,.,,,.s:1--f:.exxx?-::1.1-zsf.-:L-:ff-.w --HTTZT-f. , ,, , p,r:q-zggg-.,-vqjX.,zT'- - ,ev-Q--,. -s:1-.f1-fr-1w--,--,f.--sf-.1-if-yy-f----g -.f---1 f - --- N -Rasgwr-Q-rw:-2 . -wg. . 1, - - N, .- ,,Wg,,1, -, - ,ws - - ,.,,, -,,.,,-,.,,,,,, ,,,,.,,,,,, ,, , ,, ,,s,, -,,,.,,-..-.,,?,v,, . W-- X SAMUEL EARL1: Moone 23 D View Ave., Norfolk, Virginia I?Icf'1riml Elzgiizwwizzg 1922-1923 Out of Militaryg Episcopal Clubg Norfolk Club. 1923-1924 ' Out of Militaryg Episcopal Club: Norfolk glulig Maury Literary Societyg Deliating 1 921111. ' 11124-1925 X Out of Militaria'-1 EpiscnVpalA Club: Norfolk Lll8l'iIl'j' Sometyg Maury-Lee ., 1 1925-1920 Out of Military: Episcopal Club: Norfolk Cglu?gEScE11ce Clulrg Maury Literary Societyg X iiiTQlE - L 522 . . -"x "' x 1 - 1,1-lie 1 ' . xx f xxx - , 4,---c N l 1 l Elie?-'giii 7 E ,f,m,,,,,,,,,r,,,,,,,,4w.,, 1,r,w 1, 1 1 so sets, . I--1 ., .., X c 'Q fl. filiii 1 N "K 5 l lvl 'X ,E ll fl Srl N H 'ilu' lf' r lf- il T: I iif'-5352! QT? "E.XRLE" - lil-'r I J . . Lf 'A lt was Ill the Department ot Elec- ,A trical Engineering that "Earle" chose if to rest and refresh himself. lu his l leisure moments he has loved mathe- Q matics, courted English? approvcdhot' R the Maury Literary Society, and flirt- ed with Van Kelsey's motion picture machine. In his. more serious mo- : ments he has built up a diplomatic , correspondence at the courts of Kad- l ford, Harrisonburg, Fredericksburg, , Sweet llriar, and Averettg arid with the skill of a Disraeli he has main- tained a state of peace and jealousy. .Xll this wide experience he wears , lightly and gracefullyfa man at home ! in all the world. An engaging per- 1 sonality. a whimsical gallant, a geri- fi uine scholar. and a finished sports- ii man and gentleman-such is "Earle," l P I 1 m.,.,..x,mmc.m,,f ic-, M ,,FxI.3z1Y,,ss.,t-,M V. 'iff ' TT 'T' T f Q HNICKU XYhen we came to Blacksburg in September, 1922, we dis c o v e r e d "Nick" under a "tiivver" with a text- book in one hand, a monkey-wrench in the other: for he had come to Techland with the determination to master every text-book in the elec- trical course, and, at the same time, to master every "Hivver" in Mont- gomery County. He had made up his mind that he was going to become and electrical engineer on the "pay- as-you-go" plan by working on autos in his spare moments. lt was a hard road to travel, but he has succeeded. Considering the line record he has made in classes, the quality of leader- ship he has shown in other activities, and his cheerful outlook on life, his future is already begun. Joi-ix AICC.-XSTLE DUNAGEE NICHOL Rolla, Yirginiai Electrical ljnyincuriug Out of Militaryg Out of Militaryg 1922-1923 Maury Literary Society. 1 923-192 -L Maury Literary Society. 192-L-1925 Out of Militaryg Chaplain Maury Literaiw Society. 1925-1926 Uut. of Milituryg Vice-President Maury Li ter1u'5' Soeietyg A. I. li. E. GEORGE RIORRISSEY CPHLINCER Lynnliavm-n, Virginia lhlirjl Hllxlnlilrlljlf 11022-lflfli Private Cviiipam' "ling Kurt-,lk Clulig Ilijiqf and liurn l'lnh, 1'l"'21""4 Private Cvlllllilllf' "ll"g Surf--lk Clnlig Dairy Clnh. , 1,ug4,11i2.i flu! nf Milit:ll'5'Z Xwrf-:lk l'llXlvC llairv Cllllv, 1U2.i.1!l2:1 Our of Military: llairj' Lluli f f -nanny? 'R-. -. 1 ' X "GEORGE" ln the fall uf '22 "Gewrge" saun- tered into Techland frnm that merry- malcing' Yirginia lic-acli on the east coast. Having the pleasure mf lwwk- ing at heautiful pictures nf farms in lmuks that his great uncle willed him some "so many years ago." he decid- ul to he a farmer nf the lirst type, and selected dairy lnishandry as his viicativm, "George" is pleasingly independent in nature, which makes him hard to get acquainted with at lirst. llnt when you know him he is a steadfast friend who will assist without bunn- ty. Also. his gentlemanly character- istics have made him a man anmng men. The manner in which he has reached out for that ILS. degree de- serves ccmgratiilatifm. and we wish him high success wherever he may go. , V, V V . . V V V , . VVVV 'L 'T'jQTiff2Tifff'ffTf1ifi1TIf",f'S"E ' ' "W" "x" J V ' ' " " A x LQ-.'::l-,JQLQ-.-., '-, AF-'L-."q1'j'-'xiNrv.f-.w.wi-'W'l.j-qlnjw-23-ifq4xSI7jm 'Lx 1 l , ! , I W . l l ' l LEO E. PETTYIOHN Blacksburg, Virginia l .rlyriculfzzrul Education i Q 1925-1926 him. profession. v I i 0 n t of Militnryg Agricultural Student's I N Honorary Conneilg Agricultural Education Club. S l i 1 'l Ill i rl, 5 i ., , xl: 5 V nv ' l ' :1 is LAI,-?,f-,-'.i:1-..'T,r" E ere.--:ff MJF-, vp-.11-f2LQjjjj3g5"" - ,, 'iijii iii' L, 'ixcyxb---f S LN .ifjij Y . -' " ' xl l 'x, c , ' f-xx 1 N , V.-XTX . r ',ff'.lw ,Vt l 5 V 1 if ' H 5 ffxlp ,W .fy r 5 V 1 i ':.f-'..l'E-?'Eg'1 1T tsfxl J , Y A , ' If 'W' " .A ,iq ""' 'i 21.53 I "E-.f,,,? fi q hgh , s 'K' 1 1 V- V,-4 TI 1 'i-It f W1 '--rx 'ff-'Pl ' 1 ff' 1 N ' 'fill ' Li liiffvi 2 . r ff fl ' ll ii I 1 iN 'N S! 1' V l i " gl l , -X, Vl ri . 1 I , Q' '. HJ rl -V. X 47 ' --PETTX X - 5 ,gf 1 .Xfter attending various schools and? 'ixfigli 1 teaching in this state for tive yearsw 'hilly' Rfb.-1: I "Petty" Came to Tech to specialize? Y -1 1 in agricultural education. He h a s Q spent only one year with us, but dur- : ' ing that time hc has become known - to many members of the corps and we hncl him to be a man of the high- est ideals, possessed with a wonderful K personality and Z1 ready wlt, combmed ' with a rare but sound philosophy. Be- W' sides being Z1 "scribe," he has taken 1 part in many activities. but he has 1 not lmeen 11 Ul2lCilCS' man" for 3. very I simple reason-his wife wouldn't let ' lYe know a man of this type can- l not help but succeed and we wish W him the greatest success in lns chosen , N or - -,,f,Q.s,Qg-QQfQ,e- xl 'WlfQS.f'ff.ff.iElle Qlf- Qlffilflffflif :fT'sfiqfX.RTf 5fs TKQ. Fx ,-nncnzmmr 5'l....,.., - , . ma:....e...m..,.,L,,S,....,s,:-sm.,., . ,,,, , c H Q m,A , - . sy jeggjgggggig, ,.:-gQ's -iegejf T" A- 4.4, . gc x X x 1 i FRANK Rcsa RHODES The Open Road, TQ. S. A. Civil EIlfIlIIl'4,l'lIIfl 1923-1924 Out of Militaryg A. S. C. E. 192-1-15125 Out of Militaryg A. S. C. E,g Maury Literary Society. 9254926 Out of Militaiyg A. C. E. N N -..iiL.-jul.-is -V fm'--l li TXX, c xl ,N --Xie ij,-x ,-, F i X f f ".--A"'.f.s.n.'1' -: -Eli ' XF.. . ...KLZTI ,,,,. -,--- x -.,..-.... ,-,,.H,..1x ii -Q .....-....,,...,-,,,,,, ' N el f'-. 21, L' ' 4 li i " f il 1 1 K X 1 1- l Xiu My R l , . V, l it al . X f f"f' XX six ff' f -Q x f7,QliQyfjf "DLbTX ,tif numb, HA. fi "Dusty" tirst entered Tech in l9llg Q rd' 'if fbut, after spending one ycar Clfllllilllg of the waters of the Pierian Spring, he forsook college lite to make his way in the world. He donned the Xary lllue during the XVorlcl XVar and made a creditable record with the PHC1l'lC Fleet. "Dusty" Joined us agam in 1923, and since then has made an enviable scholastic record. He has a great heart and is always willing to help some untortunatc brother that has been ensnarecl in "structures" He is blessed with a level head, a high degree of character and gentleman- llness, and trueness in trlendslnp. Our smallest tribute to him IS that he may enjoy the success he deserves. N W3 X! "STRIP" From the cotton fields of the "Cracker State" Striplin came "to learn the knack of handling animals." As Z1 student "Strip" was earnest, and persistent in his efforts: so he made ii very creditable scholastic record. As at friend he was loyal, generous, and true. Thus he made many friends. He always stood for the highest ideals of manhood, but one fault was his-he worked too hard in everything he undertook to do, no matter how small the task appeared. If a look is made into the future, "Strip" will he seen, dressed in a woolen shirt, khaki trousers, and a broad-brimmed hat, :istride a buck- ing bronco driving his cattle to market. Ermsrus PAIN STRIPLIN Moultrie, Georgia .-lnimrrl IIIISINIIIIIVU K 1922-1923 Uut of Military. 1 923-192 4 Out of Militaryg Maury Literzwy Societyg Hoof und Horn Club: Masonic Clulgi. 1924-1925 Out, of Militztryg Maury Litel'z11'y Societyg Hoof and Horn Cluimg Masonic Clubg Maury- Lee Allllllill Play. 15125-1921i Out of Milituryg Secretary Maury Literary Soc-iety: Vic-e-Presideiit Miniry Literary S0- r-ietyg Mzuiry-Lee Annual Plziyg Secretary Hoof and Horn Clulig S9l'g'E't1llf-:lt-AFIHS Ma- sonic Club: Ag'l'iC'llll'Lll'ill Student's HOI10l'ill1' Council. VA? WV V' fe "RALPH" In thc fall of '22 the town of Hern- don gave up one of its most promis- ing' sons in Order that Y. P. I. might gain El Il 0 t h e 1' valuable s t ll nl c ll t. "Ralph" east his lfwt with "D" Cmn- pany. hut soon decided that he wuuld like life out in the open better. So he left the ranks: and since, has worked his way thmngli college in the Y. P. I. dairy. NVQ cznniwt give it man tem much credit for getting an education in this xv :i y. You have made gmlfl. flCIll' friend, and wt' lmfvw' success is yours out in this old world. :Xll uf us who knmw Twrreysun will say that he is at hard worker and a true man of the highest type. Gnorl- hye and good luck, "Ralph," XYC all wish 3-'ni the very best aldng the stormy road of life. 54-:L-:::.:s-:-fs--.-Rfl-,f..---ff L..1, L L I-1,--Wi. , , ,ir , , ,swf-1--, - V. Y, - A Y Y, Y V , Y . , Y , V HI, , i g ,, l . , . RALPH Lenox' Tu1nu5vsoN i i 1'1E!I'llllllll, Ylfgllliil ' ' UIlfl'j! IIIISIHIIHIVAII ' 1922-1923 ' i i Private Likllllljilllj' "lJ"g Dairy Cluhg Agri- . 1 4-ulturril li+li1c11tin1l Club. g 3 14123-11124 Private Ctnnlfflixy t'lf'g Unity' Club. 5 11124-1923 ' out of Militawyg llniijv Club, ,Q isfzn-ivan Gut of Blilitalryg Viv,-e-l'1':-simlviit Daiiry Club. 1 - r , Mi . l ri QL, Q F MSM :ll l 1, sl F .ll l? 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Q1 5 rl I 'f f' 'i-' -1.3 L ii: 1 Nf1sf.,1 yyxx ' 11 t N 1 X , , X, 1 11 L 11 33111: . . if "SH.XIiESPE,-XREU XYebb possesses that rare combina- tion of the practical and the thcnret- ical man. He "scribes" in English ton, and to hear him rgucrte Burns and Omar the tentniaker is a rare treat. He wasva "gas nmi-chin" in the l20th Infantry. 30th ljlYlSl1ilIl, .-X. E, F. His war record hears witness that he performed his duty nobly. and he has encountered his wwrk here with the same force that marked his activity in the attack on the famous Hinalen- lnurg line on September 29. 1918. He is as successful now as then, has a magnetic personality, an intlepenmlence of spirit. and gentlemanly qualities of the highest type. May it happen that in future years he will still be "mas- ter of his fate" and "captain of his soul." 1 1 ' "F""i' H' W 'g"' ' 7' ' " "' 'AY""?"" 'YYVA .fx "XY H I TE" lt is not wvftcii that the game uf I'Zllll'UZUllllQ l-iscs its fzisciiizitiuii lung cmiugli to permit zi mam to spcml fuur years away from trains or Shops. liut "Vance" is :in exccpticm, zil- tliuiigh thcrf: were mzmy flays whcii Y. P. l. nearly surremlerccl out mf her lmcst stuclcnts to the clesiru tw wzmiler again. Success will not lie new tu him :is he has zilrczirly slime mftnlile work fur thi- Norfiilk :mcl XYestur1i Rnilrfizul during yi-urs p l'l01' to his cfillcge Cairn-cr, Xuw that he has cimiplctcfl his wlli-gm course. we hupc that in thc futuru Fate will continue to smilc plczlszintly rm him :md til UHC1' him hm' choiccst gifts. H.,XlilJI.D X'ANCE XX-HITE lhuiimke. 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' arig ' iz: , .1 .it 'fgligiffiiv H M 'Y 'li' ' -'ff Class History '1 if fi an T is said that "history repeats itself." Heretofore class history has repeated itself, in that it has merely been a repetition of that which 55 has happened before. liach of the "grand old classes" of the past V3 has "sat in the same old seats, studied under the same old professors, gone 'Q through the same old daily routine," in other 532 I: words they have followed in the footsteps ii ' - :Q V of their predecessors. Now of these classes ' If-N were all right, they were composed of Tech- ' 1 men in the truest sense of the word. Being r' 9' J addicts of the "custom habit" was no dis- i 40 , -1 . V . H ,, , t Q credit to them for in those days custom 'fir Q was the dynamic of V. P. l. and in those ffl JJ days the customs in vogue were criterions Q Q 1 0 of sound organization. Had it not been for Q 9 ul i'S2',2" ,lgala an unexpected rebellion against "custom" by -1 T . io fc' A "a certain partym our "Rat Year" the his- tory of the Class of l926 would more than gg! -'we armed ,.e,ygreE,,'etQg' likely have been another case of "history QQ repeating itself." But as usual, the unex- ff!-TI pected happened and the Class of '26 naturally "did the right thing at the right I time" and at the same time started out on a four-year period of development it for the good old Y. P. l. So, the history of '26 is something different. lt might well be called "The Spirit of '26," Our story begins with September, l922. XYe arrived in Blacksburg, very green, etc., and things happened "as usual" for about live months but, "then ag the fun began." :X fter having gone through live months of bracing, running ' fi many errands, pillow lights, snow balling, I -'Q Tank formations, cold showers, and last but not least uncountahle dumpings and black- ings, we were somewhat surprised to hnd 1 'fa ff 733, ourselves attending a Corps Meeting, the ll! ' y X- i purpose of which was to decide whether the Z i . kj Corps would "walk out," or else "bite the TJ' -,I dust." The cause of all the trouble was the ,Gm Syl' .l -viii "rebellion," which should not require any 1 i'i' SM Y Ci explanation. The burden of the decision 'TKT' rested mainly upon the Class of l926, then if Rats, for they were the ones that would be , effected most. ln order to continue the op- v Came the tightening-up of eration of the Corps of Cadets under the Curricula.-' Honor System, controlled solely by Cadets, g 193 5 .Xml L .x tk L .,,,. X . K .,, csgasgxlg U Tf73T"'T'--T' fit- -- -Allin "W74117giQ:3i'jt,s,.T::i,i 14131: 1,g,'iifi'igg'ff-- 'TTY , 3Fi?MfTTT'?f "JT if T TiT'W fT!'TM o lf' l .S Q L ,L ,, v v ' M- li A r 4 " sE5i 2jiifgfgiaaagies iiefiigfgfiigfe fiiii. sei ' fs .a it was necessary that all of the most stringent rules governing freshmen be L5 5 . . ' a . . . , . A V. Q 3 withdrawn from the Constitution of the Lorps. Such a step was indeed radical f, to us for we were quite convinced through experience that a comparatively 1' Nfl tight rat system, such as ours at that time, was highly beneficial to any man, is . . . . . . . . eww so as to be able to later administer the same discipline to others in a tan' EQ?" and just way. To do this meant a sacrifice to us, for we had gone through f- N' . 51: a year ot lil, and would not get a chance A ' Q to take it out on the in-coming Rats the fol- I :.'4 , O x lowing year. But we voted to make the , fgcrlfgd li: sacrifice rather than to do away with our " ., DDD ' . - 4 f IT much treasured Honoi System, and resort . jg to clandestine methods in running the Corps. Q3 ' N :J f' So, when our Rat Year ended we left for 5 63 .vp '.. ' it 'f - tt ' Aw A, our homes, a poorer but wiser and big- f , , E' f I gd 4 gel class. grim f , -K f l I Then started our Sophomore Tear. A 5, wks 1 f- From the very first we faced the problem of JR' KJ 1 developing a new Rat System to be backed V L Y ' 1 Iv ' 1 x A sg: up by "unwritten law. The whole Corps - Sfftlsfl CIOWI1 U' 21 WHY Of was still in a state of turmoil on account of hard Work' lfrlf the reaction resulting from the stir up of . H I? - .... ., . ji the year before, so the bulk of the Job ot running the Rat System tell on the lg git shoulders of the Class of 1926, then Sophomores. To control the Rats by fl, word of mouth instead of by a little "horseplav" was no easy task but we 5 -5 carried on just the same. gf 5 However, the year was quite successful as a whole even though we did , is . . . ,vi Q impress the two upper classes as being a bunch of youngsters. -Xlong with " this change came the "tightening up" of the various curricula at Y. P. I. in 3 You order to raise its standards as an institution Lf., l BEHAVP, of learning. This change was also in the fi ' - formative period and as a consequence, at ff, 2. ' 1 the end of our sophomore year there were ","' 3 2- ' 1 - ' . . . C5 ,, - ,, - many never to be forgotten links missing Q., t mg "X from our chain ot classmates. So at the ec i, 1 1 V . . ga la 'QE - close of our second year as Techmen we F , g also left for home, a poorer but wiser class. on l Then started our career as -luniors. Q4 Q Having to worry no longer with the Rats N . . .ggl R65 we were able to settle down for a year of ig-Q ,, ,vlsdi hard work, And furthermore we worked, 1Ql not only in classes and military, but also in KW. V . s - ' ,. ki Ll U I enforcing to the letter H out-of-classroom act1y1t.,s. We yy ere then fa-E Compiete neg- get of ,eg,,1ati,,,,Sg- in a position to use some authority in the V F T Y . J fi, 5 199 C 4 ie,-fl, W, fr " TL ,ggg giligfsnilg Q ,Q j , M21 -3,2 fllii-fs ,. aff? ,- g fgijz- if X ag , A ,N x V, i535-auf., g fxgg- , H '93":fF-L-f V ' -il, '- 1 ,, , - , Xxxjb-XXX? . k--,sry-gxrjr - ,,,, , K ,ff X 1 xxx ss. S v.,,,w gays, at vs, J . f s, Y X ,,,, HV- sk , , x-,ssh s,t, af. I, , or---iri:es ef . f. s ' , ,af wi e f is i:'trrH' 'frfd-591,177-ef, ff Sy-:-fgiljf H 11- - T A """"' ' " ' r "'r""-r-"mrrY" Y-' N :Y -1 ' -jan v -1 :fi 7 A A --W -- -a1,-.T "-' ' ' '- . x.. -Vx ' f 'S ' 'v YY of , ,gY, 4-,Ms,,44,c1,i ' W - -z r-1-.::.: varz.z:-:m. -.ret-vzr.-1:1 running of the Corps as a whole, and continued our policy of "right makes might." XYe received but little encouragement but we kept plugging along, "anyhow." One of our main accomplishments of this year was to abolish the time-worn custom of throwing dynamite. And so our Junior Year pro- gressed, forever giving up something and receiving no reward for it except personal satisfaction. But our efforts had not gone altogether unnoticed, for when we left for the various R. O. T. C. camps in june, Major Nichols informed the class that there would be a pleasant surprise awaiting us upon our return in September. So at the end of our Junior Year we left for camp, a wiser class and with a promise of being a "richer" class. Then started our last and best year. Seniors! All of the Majors prom- ises were materialized and they furthered our best expectations. Although as Seniors we were given almost unlimited privileges, which had before been almost unthought of, we were at the same time clothed with the responsibility of enforcing to the letter a complete set of regulations. This enforcement met with considerable disfavor from the underclassmen as they had been used to "getting by." But it did not take long to get things running smoothly once again. lt was the first time since the beginning of our Rat Year that "friction" had not been present between classes and other organizations with- in the Corps. So at last we were rewarded for our three years of sacrifices. Cnr efforts were not in vain. Our Senior Year was made a most happy one due to our own endeavors. The policy of the Class of '26 has been constructive throughout, keeping ever in sight an ultimate goal-"A Bigger and Better V. P. I." One cannot enjoy the sweets of life until he has first tasted of the sour. May we suggest to the classes that are to follow, that they will at all times keep clearly in view "A Bigger and Better V. P. I." whenever they are contemplating any action of any kind. By so doing you can't go wrong. To our classmates, who will be separated and scattered all over the world, may we suggest, may we entreat, that wherever they may be they will remem- A i L f'?TTf" Nr.. .f .N fi rj I- -px A i LQN ,f -4 9 -f L, ,f. , ,X ,J Pye: K A ., ' V l A ., A, ry. r '5 1 1 ' f L3 1, Q, ' 1 L51 P' . T , any ,f qw. Y- i ,K 5' f. ber the good ole days spent at V. P. I., and carry with them throughout life- vi "Spirit of '26." T f l I-1 iifi, N Y "4 L54 l r' 4 Eg ta: T V -ff V it FW T ap: V. 4. c . 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HOLLAND I I I I O. BRANCH G. EDWARDS C. I-IOLTZWORTH I I ' AI M. BROTHERS J. G. EDWARDS V. HOPPER I I I - I ff A F M. BROWN W. C. ELOAN S. HOTCHKISS . ' 4 I S. BROWN C. ELLIS H. HOUSEL II' J I L. BRUMBACK W. C. EMORY D. HUBBARD , I JI 1 IIQI B, BURNETT H. S. EUBANK G. HUNDLEY I I II E. BURTON F. S. EVANS S. HUNTER, JR. I I IIWII L. CALLIS R. A. FARMER T. HUNTER I I I 'J I A. CAMPELL T. R. FELTS HUTCHESON I I ' 'I H. CARICO G. P. FEREBEE R. HUTCHINS I I I ' QI S. CARMACK J. W. FLYNN M. JACKSON I I Q! ' T. CARPER J. D. FERGUSON R. JACOBS, JR. I II K6 I E. CARR F. T. FORMAN JAFFE I I I' f I M. CARR C. W. FRANK. S. JEFFREYS I S. CARR W. A. FROST W. JBYIT, JR. I 'I I H. CARTER H. C. FUIAVILER E. JOHNS . I II IJ I I. CATHER E. L. GARDNER J. JOHNSON ' ' ,I I H. CHAPLIN E. C. GARRARD JOHNSON I I " I G. CHRISMAN J. E. GARRETT E. JOHNSTON ' ' I II I P. CHRISIIAN J. K. GEORGE M. JONES I I 'I S. CLARK A. N. GIBSON A. JONEA I , I I , I D. COBB I. T. GILLEY E. JORDEN I II f' I J. COEFMAN E. T. GILLS T. IQAGEY I ,031 M. CDI-IEN R. H. GLEASON R. KELLY I I S. COHRON J. E. GOODWIN H. KERRICK I M. COLLINS W. W. GOODALL L. ITETCHUMI ' II 55f4j COIIESS J. H. GOODLOE B. IKIBLER ' ' II , , f 'I 9 ' I I I gf -30 II IC I ' I Ili., ' . 7J L.. I - ' I Se" S N . . , I fi - 'S f-'XXX' . . Q L . - ' ' A . , . ' xi.,-M . - 1 ' ' . ' - 5 I , - ' C - ' X L, If I l J CD 1 1 cz: cz: cn cn v rn cn f H , , X R NM M I 1 -NMA if . V' YY f'Ql,.-s1ii5wfQXQYY 30265 ,i B 11 . 1 . V ' . . KILIAN . F. NUCKOLS F W. SMALTZ N 1. 1 ' . . KIPPS . B. NUTTER A L. SMITH Y ' I - W . . KUCERA . H. OGG R G. SMITH ' ' . . LAYE . W. PATTIE W. T. SMITH , ' . . LASH . PAUL R P. SNEED 1 . . LAWSON . H. PAYNE J C. SOUDER 1 W. . LAWSON . W. PEAHE R G. SPENCE 1 . . LAY . PDNIN C. SPILLMAN W , '1 V H. SRRAGGINS W C. LEWIS . . PORTER I-I. R. STEPHAN 1 I . A. LEVVIS . . POWELL E. STEVENS ' . D. LIGON . . POWERS H. E. STEWART V A f . M. LILLY . . PRKTT A. STONE ' T1 J. R. LINDSAY . W. LINN L. LOCKWOOD P. LOGAN . 0. LOONET W. S. MACNICHOLII R. BIAHANEY . 1. PRICE . . PRICE . . . PRINCE 1. . PULLIAM . . RADER . . . RAMEY . . RAWLS . . REEVES . . REDD . REDD . P. REILLY . H. RICE . E. RICH 1. RICHARDSON C. B. RIDDICK D. W "' D5 D 0 ID G 13: 0 - x 'THEIBL G L E v I Qzevf K1 iv . 11 wg fly RJ BI " LC L 1 JH W Q A RF I W PH L 15 H2 L ff 1, JP L If '1 . R. LEADREATTI-:R M. P. PENN 1 1 C 1 RG 1 , if 55 V W SS . 1 1 HW 1 1 E1 C WG Q J RF TNI fi A P3 41 R SH 1 1 CL JH I H R 11 1 JD J 11 JG J 1k CM E 1 W HC W 1 Q E. C. NORBIAN G. NUCKOLLS . MARCHANT ' . . MARTIN X A . E. MARTIN . . MARTIN U . . IVIATTERN ,Aw ' . . MATTON 1 . . MAUER '1 C. P. MAHEW li V X J. W. MATS I k J. B. MCARTHUR 11 ' L. J. BICBRIETY '1 , H. M. MCEVER IQ 4- 1 ' A. B. MCEWEN H N A. M. MCGAVOC i R. F. MCGREGOR A 1 C. E. MCGUYER I! U J. A. MCKINNEY fi R. C. MEADE 1 R. MEEK ' A. R. MEREDITH R. P. MEYER 1' ' A. MINOR 11 J. C. MITCHELL 1' B. F. MOOMAW 12 H. E. MOORE ll ' 1 D. C. MULLER I xy C. S. MURDEN lf A L. P. MURRAY ' D 1 K. MUSTOE , 1 ' W. N. MYERS I . , A. R. NARD I 1 , C. R. NEAL s J. W. NELSON W - 1 H. P. NOBLE 11 K ' E. P. NOELL 5 1 . ' E. , Q 1 s 1 . J. P. ROANE J. ROBERTSON 0. E. ROBERTSDN E. C. ROCHE W. L. ROSENBERGER B. I. ROTHENBERG C. G. ROTHGEB J. L. ROTHGEB R. T. RUIZ C. E. RUST W. M. RYBURN J. E. SANDERS J. W. SCALES E. L. SCHLAEGAL O. W. SEAROLT J. E. SEXTON J. P. SHANKLIN F. G. S1-IEEHI' H. D. SHEETS G. P. SHELHORSE C. K. SHELOR H. C. SHOWALTI-:R B. K. SHUMATE W. M. SIMMONS J. K. SLEMP M. F. SLUSSER J. H. SMALLRIDGE W A. R. R. C. STROTHER M. STYNE . P. SULLIVAN . H. SI-KES B. TAYLOR B. TERRILL W. THOMAS W. THOMAS M. THOMAS H. THOMPSON . T. THOMPSON . W. THOMPSON . J. TILLEY M. TOMKO . E. TOMLINSON L. TULOCK H. E. TURNER K. A. TURNER B. TURNER . T. TURNER . W. TURNER V. VERNON A. VIA L. WATTS A. WADDELL J. WALKER B. XVALKER A. WALL F. WATSON H. WAN H. R. WAYT M. WHITE . J. WHITE J. WILLIALIS J. WILLIAMSON C. WILROX' . W. WINBORNE C. WILSON . W. YVINGFIELD . H. WINSLOW W. WOODSOX C. WRIGHT T. YATES . J. ZAUN - ifafgagai f a i I 'GWM-:wmv .V I 1 4 i : I A 1 1. VN 11 1 11 1 1 ON fl-J X 1 1 1 1. i 1 41 A . 1 1 X . , X 1 ! E ' 1 ., 1 1 x 1 5 1 VV 1 1 Qx',!i Q Q 1 'Tv s 1 V l I N1 1, 1Q 1 If 1 x 1 uk, 1 Nl 1 I 1 1 , ,1 11 . P , if 11 11 1 ., V A' . 231 I 1 1. ff - r , ., N . A.. I... Q D- I, iA E A f U . Ep . ' . ' 1, .. ' 1 . ..4,g.. .AiL4.:L..Zg",mYl9 i' O: 1 ' i'1'1,"i1i :li 1: 1'.jgi,1,i14l:g:'i' ' T ' ' fi , , ' UT ,, 1. . 0:37 -7 J-, 414.4 ' ' W ' ' ' X- 'fa H f 'X rr Fw- W ,f-. Edgar Allan Poe Shrine oldest building in Richmond, said to have been the headquarters ,QE swf or General George XX ashington lt is dehniteh known that both he Qt! 3 r 553-5'1'i'-31:32 and LaFayette were entertained here. At the present its gardens have been beautiiied and it now houses many manuscripts, relics and data associated with the life and work of Poe, who was reared in this vicinity. 231 f-jr , - , ,,,.g..,,!,,,:,Y,: -V r I ,Joi .7 Q ,111 1-. ,fl ,J ,al , V Li , , .' I V .. ,i . 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In all P5313 senses of the word' Major Nichols is just the opposite: he commands our respect ll! .Q " and achieves his purposes without having to resort to such petty methods. He has 'PY the happy faculty of being able to see the "other fellows" side of an argument and will not , , hesitate to change his former opinion and agree with you-if you are right. d Ngajcir Nicihlols cilmei ti? i1bSci'Gtei1ib'er,1l5,'-3211. Ill-le was "Second Honor" gradduate 9 .ENE an L' ac'son ope e a 1st o t e . 1 . . in o. is career consists ot a rapi rise from Second Lieutenant to a Lieutenant-Colonel. During the XYorld XYar, he was in com- 3 mand of the U. S. Army Torpedo Depot at Fort Totten.. near Xew York City, and was later bgwfxii sent to Europe to .study the campaigns and held operations of the Wforld XVar. Then fol- bowed'h1s graduatlon "VV1th Honors" from the Coast Artillery School at Fort Monroe, j -X li , irffmia. r Q bThe Class of 1926 deeply.apprec1ates the conndence that Major Nichols has placed in H ' ' them, and they w1sh.to take this means of expressing their best wishes for success and happi- ies! ,Il ness to him and to his family in the days that are to follow. 5 235 T ' AT?i' ,,.,,,Lf.::f'f1?fLl'.Q:L.?'f ,F . HIRE' K' was-. J A WTA-i , ,n::.w-- ig,-A . .M 4 ., ,I 7 2' gf, Tgfemzfff .i .g,4fifi:4 LN , .M If!!! , .ZJ-T!! :Q . f 1ifJ+Rl2i?ifi311ifliifiiffif Qjiiri vQ2,.44FA'f GR fmxf-f if'77T1 A.-. T. F 3 P If N A ' P' 1 V- ' .- . ' Y f . f . . -- Ag - V' ,,: .L-f 1- .1 .Q G -'4 ,AL F3 'N N I I K +I ,, ,,fAYfTy- .pgyll v .L ?Vl 54 f. j YA4 l f J A MU IN pf l Qfq f9Z fl 542: 24 .1541 M 'Y WJ A 1 T52 A QU 3 TLB LJA ' -'Ji i V1 A gl U , fl! NOH'COmmlSS1OD6d Army Uffuzers lffiifi ., v--J Svrgvanf L. M. f3'BRIEN Scrgvant B. C. CRAIG Q Lf, Swgvazlz' J. E. CALDWELL Sergeant J. 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'kill VI., my U . lzt--J' pin xc ,xr lla-if H., ,Nga E N ,T - .. g- 5 Cs gs is is : I' ,A c f :fgg ATHLETIC 5 f I lx 1 W 'fp E ,C l 4 -V A XX 4 . x ,My '87, ,. ,iv 1 .LS - ' -ww- 9 .3,, '11, r r ug ,- nw ' f '45 7 K- a,V. 17,8 4 ,.,2M, ,, V , , , ' W , , V ' 15' . ff 'Ji ' 3 Graduate Manager C. P. Miles Mr. C. P. t'Sallyj Miles, graduate of the Class of 1901, and .-Xll-Southern tackle of that year, was appointed Graduate Manager of Athletics in 1903. Since that time no man has held the interests of athletics at his alma mater' more keenly at heart, or has labored more earnestly for the development of athletic teams at V. P. 1. than he. For four seasons he coached the baseball teams that represented Tech. and in 1905-05 he was head football coach. He was then appointed Graduate Manager. and this position he has iilled with unquestioned ability and loyalty ever since. Mr. Miles has been in- strumental beyond measure in raising the standard of athletics at V. P. I. It has been a pleasure and an honor to have been with Mr. Miles these four years, and it is with regret that we sever our association with him. 241 iz . W Y , i , ,-,xx xx . 41.QJf', Q r5...l-xx' '- rp Sari- It . ,ij -Wie in - -f. V Y V' Y e-rugs -e-.- A f f A ax -1-he ---,-.-. f 1 ..L ,,g' ,. f 're1:g-Q3 14.5 , 9-, iF-:pf.l3SL.gQp1-r-f- 5 11- fg, -s K - .X giyxjiiiiglfldgfiev fjif-vjyfrvj-it-W-T' 'A ev J- X P.,.Qf-if ifgjf.. r-sigsiAaa..!I4s.441gaJ.LA:iu5giQfe -like i E ' L 'A "iii mf 752' , .1 ,T!.A:A'i E- .Aim W pf, 2" Q 1 T H E v B U G L E V 1 9 L 6 v LggQ:i?2i:.11aiL.gf1Q.L:14:?.gLif?:vPfEW- 1. - : . - fxlkgw!FFf,:1gg.-.1-,,f-y--mfn-xxnv--1. 1 --f- L 3-fn. ..,: , V . ., , .. . V . I I C11 E! ' ,Q ' L V2 E5 w ?Vf':: : J 5 .3 9 1 , NX' lf W 1,74 , ' s PH 1 J T 1 P W ,fa 3 A CWS f f ' I W W! fe! . I ' HCV! VN! LU' D WJ s MEC? fi 5 . w .Q ' . j E 2 A t ' 3 Wi! L L W . . . ' E w Athletlc ASSOC1Ht1OH A Q U if: . 1 L Q55 F. W. HQLLY . ,,... ................,..... P reszdent M wif ' P. S, DEAR Q...,..... ..........w.. F 'ice-President L M1 L . L . E712 D. C. PETTY 4. ...,. .,............,.. S ecretary Q. x P f 'we L ' C. P. MILES ..,.... ........... T reasurer i l, P E in s W , L. lj 5 , J W 3 i f Tiflji ATHLETIC COUNCIL , ll l f. .fgfiqf PROF. C. P. NIILE5, ClmLzTrmcm Q 'ytffq ' . ' w DEAN J. E. XVILLIAMS DR. C. M. NEWMAN 5 f . 1 ' M L DR. L. O,SHAUGHNESSY ' M , F. NV. HOLLY P. S. DEAR if ii D. C. PETTY PQQL E. R. GAINES L g, ' 1 . Vp W 242 1 gi .M . I H 1, ,-,,,, ,ina w lr . + M. 225: ' 'J ?9f'5,- 7 I 5 gf . 5993 3 - A Lf'?'5?xQgAji: f i I I 5 A 1 t I 1 1 - . Y" Kiw i C' ' C l l A 'H I P C m-L+H QL. LHNSILS-FE.-4gE:l2f Lift? WC ' ' T H E A B Lf C2 QL E Y TL Q3 I? I H1fJ?'I.3A. L.--iLg.T...g31:Q3i2.?1TE fgs..iiT I . Ex? Cl! . ' L,-.:fe..'v:.e.a.af..Ms ,115 I I :gel W-A M Q .N I ff' vs 'I Y JI I Y 4,1 'Ay M R1 fly Q J 5 l'. 1 'Ji l A. ll C fl 301.45 I wg N4-ll V V lfgxlll f . I ' 14 Iflxgz I gg Monogram Club 'S N3 I .gl I OFFICERS J ES lj J. H. MORAN ,..... ...Q. ,,,. ,.... , .,... .,,. 1 J I -mlm.: J. VV. MOSS ..A........ ......... l Yl'L'l?-Pl'CSidf?llf 'QA V. E. MILES .......,...... ................. S 'ecretary ik C. F. DELABIXRRE AA.,..... ..,,,,....,,,......... T rcasurer if . , K. A. ESLEECK ..,,,....,,. . ,,....., ,,,,,..,...., ......,. 5 ' Ur'gea1fl-af-flrlzzs IU I N' ' I MEMBERS 5 P ! J. C. "Jolzm1ie" EXDAMS "Pelifaa1" ESLEECI: C. C. "Pee Wee" LAWSON Q -'42 G. C. "Speck" ANDERSON "Ken" FAULKNER H. H. HDl.'L'lL'0l1U LINEBERRY VY-3' J. "J0lm." BAGBY "Dot" GRAY H. A. "Scully: MAURICE Qkfvlg H. S. "Pat" BARR "Rabbit" G.-XLLCP R. D. "llIil:e" MICH.AEL I I S. R. "" Pop" BAILEY "Ed" HANDY J. H. "Joey RIORAN .Hull J. N. rANlll'l1Ej',, BOND "Sim:-ty" H.XRGIS V. E. "BucleJ' MILES JP ' N , C. XV. "Charlie" BRICHANI "BI-u"" HOGAX J. XY. Uncle" MOSS ,IQ M. VV. "IlI0ule" COUSIXS "'Spm-ky" HOLLX' M. P. ".UacoIz" MILLER QQX 1 ' C. L. "Dann CRUMMETT "Bill" HUNT D. G. "Dan" MONTAGUE HCCJ I L. N. "" .Sxl107'fj'U CULPEPPER r'.,0JIllU JEFFRIES XY. A. "lVi11dy" PAYNE ' W1 F. "Huggy" DANCE ".4dgrr" JOHNSON P. E. "Paul" ROBERTSON ,.. '4 I P. S. "Buda'yJ' DEAR 'Doon JONES M. N. "Hilfe" PEARIXIAN lg. - I C. F. "T0ofs"' DELABARRE "Il'evu1'e" JONES C. G. "Rosy" THOMAS R. S. "Dick" ELLIS "Jin1111,v" KING G. M. "lefty" XVOOD , G. H. "Hack" ELLISON XY. B. "IVallcw-" YOUNGER I , , flaw HONORARY MEMBERS . x Y! Elf' I COACH B. C. U-UYIICIU Bent' CUBBACE GRADUATE MGR. C. P. "Sally" MILES I gs " COACH H. B. "Pun" REDD Y. E. "I'a1Ie" KELSEY ,I I A . COACH G. "Mackey" KIRCHER J. J. "PDF OWEN 2 S X -Jaaf- X r7"'RN,L '25 K4-CC-gf, J ' ir J l . ' 43 . A E - I 1 I .. ....,, .V.l Vv:VA7,L- V , Q A If . . v 'Af.I., Luk H- ' ' 4 - Z' " .tif 'll '.'1f"".. V ' " ' f -,-L......fffi E'??2iXI1H llf-fj4ff.f I S, - I .f:-'- . . -R 4.50 1 , fi., f 1. vi, ., ,' H, Li ,Lf ' I 1 Q1 IF , -R-w,,,L.Z15fiLffiij' ' fi f' :O ' J.. T45 I y 'C J '?'?7-D'T'TW'9',T"7'V1J Q " FY' N 1 . I ,JL2.,L,,v-'l'f,f- ff I X r ,- A A ' ' Lfjefff 'wx a ,,,, ...7..,f W. -A-,-Y 3. -.if-..f?v.-.gA.--1--1-Y-- - 7- - L v 1 ff' :ff L- .f L. h , v' , L.. L if 1 . 1 bpm LJ 4 . re? . r .wlk Ihe Responslble Cnes COACH CUBBAGE -A lhll 3'-'04, Coach Cubbage graduated from Penn State with a degree ' :fl . K of Applied Chemistry in 1920. The following fall "Uncle 1 S- 'V E Benn came to Techland as assistant football coach and in the , - 1 spring took charge of the track team. The next year he was f lihfja ' N " ,- made head coach of both football and track. He has remained 1 ,fe ' " - as Head Coach since that time, and the destinies of the foot- A su.,-,,yL , N .. ,. ball and track teams have rested upon his broad and capable shoulders. ' I -3 f 1 L W 2 t. V 'V fi -:fe-.rfc-'1 1-:.e:Z gag it ' F' - 5' 1 T gm.:-'Jig i ' j l C' 14 'fy COACH XMAY , H1--Q Charlie 'Way backneld coach and able assistant to Coach li ,f Cubbage, came to us this year from Penn State, where he had ' Y,1Q an enviable record as an athlete. An All-American halfback 51.54 in 1920, broad and high jumper on States cinder team, erst- , I4 while Coach of the University of Dayton, and Athletic Direc- -5 if A tor of the Allentown High School. This versatile and accom- 21,101 Dlisheld veteran was a decisive and valuable asset to the Tech V coaching staff. 51 f 1 1' If A1 N n 1 L' -f- Coacn REDD 5. ' "Puss" Redd entered Tech in the fall of 1915 and won a regular place on the Varsity football team as fullback. In 1919, after having served in France as a second lieutenant in Qilfyq the A. E. F., he returned and occupied his old position on the fl gf, Varsity eleven. At the close of the season he was chosen All- j South-Atlantic fullback. He captained the Varsity in 1920 and in 1923 was appointed coach and head of Freshman Ath- MF. Aj letics, and the high standards that he has set reiiect much V' ik- credit on the college. li ll l rf 1 hi 1' 1 1 U1 , ,t lite? fiiaj Ci 1 gf llitvrj Q15 i , il i' A COACH IXIRCHER is . F ' I-W4 Coach liircher, or "Jockey," as he IS known to us, came if from Birmingham, Alabama, where he .managed one of the 1 ' fastest minor league teams in that section. His efforts and 1 ' all work with the baseball team has been tireless and his interest xl has never wavered. He has changed the baseball coaching tac- 'jjj tics a great deal, and the results speak for themselves. 5' fc 244 2. f A ll ,iT ' fi ...f-eiffiqgrii' 'i fxff' 2. 'W 1 T1 171115-:fs 7 STQQSS5-ffeg5i2 J - .. . X.. effeliiifil 5. QQ'-N?i5?.'ii5L?Xi - or fel fE"iP1fi3tf5-iamgfif-fx-'i 11'4'1"4fZi?'f-T?"i'1K3Gif? X .L fgfif -A i - I, X- 154,44 4 3 -i-,il x ji, S iii-lf Elie T'-r ' -, A,T.,,?,s,-Y YK, A YY Yv1Yi YJvV YY Y are r"nr"f"r-ffff'-fe - - - - ----Y--fffrw W Y W Y Yes.. x t I V , -Y .-2 ,. gi' f ':, .gcc Q 'Tits ,J gi' H , , lilglg-2' T its COACH BLAIR f' Coach Blair took the physical course at Vanderbilt, and as- Qt. sisted in the instruction of physical training classes. His basket-ball experience consists of two years with the Columbia, I SIX S. C., Y. M. C. .-X, team: one year on the Spartanburg, S. C., Wf Y. M. C. A. team: three years as player and coach of the Hifi Savannah Y. M. C. A. team: and two years as Coach of the 3.24 V. P. I. basket-ball team. Coach Blair has produced two All- pky Southern Cross Lountry teams, and a basket-ball quintet of . which we are justly proud. l 1 bfi, l-ffi it 2 itil T CoAcH HERRIN ,Q Q Coach Herrin began his training in mat technique at lowa lrjf btate College. ln 1921 he came to V. P. l. as an instructor in .234 annnal husbandry but no time was lost in securing his services ,fix-'Q as a wrestling coach. Last year, Coach Herrin's team won the 'fx Q SOL1lZl'l-Jhtli-1l'lflC Championship and made a very close run for ' iff' the title this year. . 'Ll Hi rig. alia . . COACH Uloxes jfss-Z Too much credit cannot be given Coach Jones for the suc- tljvi cessful manner in which he has handled the tennis team for the ' LTC past three seasons. UI. B.," who was formerly one of the main- 1 nfl stays of the Tech netmen, has, since becoming ineligible to play, 13.5, 'psf devoted much of his time to the development of tennis. as a itil sport at V. P. I. UI. B.'s" personality, his knowledge of. and 'QQ love for the game, and the fact that he himself is an old Tech- man, blend to make an ideal coach. f Wi 'fbi -V - Y VX ii - so EVNJ - pg is .1 WQTQ COACH THoxi.xs TP Coming trom Fork Lnion Military with a great reputation iffy as a baseball player, Big Rosy Thomas immediately starred in ,liiift athletics at Tech. He played four years with the Varsity and , Ai the big backstop's work was of the highest degree. He' cap- fysffg tained the teams of '24 and T25 and came back in '26 as assistant gift coach of football and mentor of the Freshman baseball nine. ICQ-Q The success of the 1926 Freshman baseball team stamps him as an able mentor. .wtf , t .3 ,tiq - tag 243 Lei-q , ' 1 M fi- l E-ctr A4-f14.la'iCi 35255-ew- B V fS4 s i ' 'c- 1-if , ff' .?":xQm-lx: ir- s A vm., r' i K ff V "T 'C XX Y., -C. V , 2 ' x.,,, -3 ----- ..-,i.-r. K. ff' f. -fr .. - NQJ' ,f i X77 'rx fffwaijg., f--if f 'iii-f -ff" ' ...X I ,V .VX CAR, , -,. .- -X BC4- , XX A' -'24, K--f-ffflii 'L Y weY1fe3,f- ' New Coaches for 1926 Co.xcH A. F. Gcsrarsox Coach A. F. Gustafson, new Head Coach of Football at Y. P. I.. comes to Tech with an enviable record as a super football player. :X graduate and 195-pound fullback of the University of Pittsburgh, Gustafson has been one of the outstanding perform- ers on the great Pitt team for the last three years. He has played under the great Glenn XYarner, and has had two years' training under Coach John B. Sutherland, the present Pitt mentor. He was picked by Tad jones for his All-Eastern 1925 team, and given honorable mention by Hugh Fullerton on his All-American. Gustafson has showed in spring foot- ball practice that he knows and can do, and every Techman is expecting' great things of the Tech team of 1926 under his tutelage. COACH ZONAR A. XVISSINGER Zonar .-X. 1Yissinger, new Assistant Coach at Tech, has played three years of varsity football at Pitt, one year under XYarner and two years under Sutherland. He played both the tackle and the guard positions. He is a teammate of Coach Gustafson's, is considered one of the best linesmen ever seen at Pitt, and was picked for one of XYalter Camp's teams in 1924. XVissinger's work in the spring football practice stamps him as a man of worth, and his ability will be displayed in the Tech line of next season. 246 ti I-CF , A . 1 ,X A W T , .N,,, , F "x " .-,v1j wkvlk w J!! wygl fi, - -an CD Us CD D1 YCD CD U3 A I3 J 'TI-I E v 'D CD 'C' m mi 1 ' z 1 .Qi 5 m Yf'4Q,vM f 'X .en B L G L E vl 9 2, I M -vim r f :VU fi' RM w, Mug, I5 ' V N I :V li , Vx, :I . g gU , , EV ,N ,N QQ EN . Wig E1 , MQH aww ggmgim !' Q 'WP--gf 'Q V1 1'lb gmf f ??V'? f 5 1 If 4 D w 1 1 'ggi' r , ' 4:-,yu pg I 2 , 11? fr 'l xl :LTU ! Q 9 N J "jx, .i g x q 'J , llxjivmx. 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The Season L. xi' 1 'Q' X . ., ..... ,. .. . . . . 15, fifjfgsfg N E can not recount 1n detail 111 the brief space allotted -iw Egfr' . . . . l 1 gg to us, the deeds ot valor and the striking accomplish- 1-Q 6: - . , . . ,Jw ' """' ti' ments ot the Gobblers or 1926, the X"3.1'S1tY tootball .sf , . . is team. Football, the king or all college sports and games, pq-3 is a comprehensive subject, and the manifold details cannot flea be gone i11to here. Suffice it so say then, that only the main ig.. events can be listed in this chronicle. 1 J 1 if A week before the Y. P. l. opened its doors last fall, V' 'A . . . jst-Q many men could be seen going through a gruel1ng practice and training on Miles Field. The sun shone hot and the if W, perspiring athletes hung in the deadly grind or tranung with Kim !,,.si,1 I - - A1 V ' ,lite persistence and determination. Loaches Cubbage and XX ay AVH'1f1fff"' iw' l - 1 , ,L put tl1e men through their paces every day neath a glowing 1 KX! .1 A . . A A I Q sky, ror a cardinal rule ot rootball 15-li01llj' the ht shall We H survive." Came at last the day of the opening game, when the L, i' isle! ff 1-X1 the Lynchburg College gridders journeyed to Techland from the Hilly City and engaged the Gobblers in the opening battle. fx,-11 'w 1.13 :iw 1512: ik: "rv" .px was 11-.1 1'-X: ,a:l,g Hfxl Wifi upfsl Nuts! ilxxf an-1 11:-1 'Ha li X l 'ef ' Ll, Wait, Wow' V .fl 1? xy 1 11 his ibxq qvpi 1' 11 wt. lk? lpsffl 11,1 iw NYJ wlkfl' I 'J were j ubilant. Miles, Brigham. and Robeitson, playing for the first time with the Varsity, showed the stuff of which champions are made. The Cubbagemen had no diiiiculty in tronncing the Hornets, lO to O. Roseate was the future and the Teclnnen lYith the first game safely tucked away, the Gobblers ESLEECK Back prepared for the coming of the highly touted Maroons of ,l I 1 An ,., .. . 249 -. 1-Xiu, 1 ay 5 QQQIX I y 1 "'Y'7f1'VQ...hN -...Q 11 s 1 1. - ' A- Q- IETQTQN A X fgbguiizvig 4 g T fi A f 1, Y I ' 174. A eA1iQ,QiEle,g:gsX?s4a.,1 -, A .1 f fe , f-- s T111 it 5 1 1' Hs- -- -- .H af- ,Q 1 Q :T'E-'s11La,,s-r.,1,.- "gf ,4 " g Tai' xi'- """i'f"f?-'liggfv-f'f A 7 , ,Ji-1 K Yi s, l Y ' 's":'1i1Ty5'f , f A K, 'G' f A 5, 'A 1- 1Lzf' ,1ff,W,X5jn-E, 1 V ' 535-i,frr..iuf, ' ,::3:,::1LT.411ii,f .6315 tif 4 ::1f,f :gg gr - ug, V ' Q . "T " H " 1 H' vi 1' - . , -V - J b'i4 -Q r +L:i,. A , , - ,. , .- , , fi 1 K5 1 , 7 -X , .13 . -, ., . ,git .,,. , Aim.. ,YM , , ,-,n.LJ, HoLLv End Roanoke College. They came, they saw, and gave the Tech- men one of the stiffest fights of the season. Pinkey Spruhan's men could do naught with the powerful Tech line, but the Gobbler backheld did not seem to function successfully, and the game ended in a O-O tie. Several times the Gobblers seemed on the point of scoring, but costly fumbles barred the way. The veteran Tech line was invincible, and the Maroons were powerless before the Tech forwards. Esleeck, Techls star half-back, out of the game with a sprained ankle, was sorely missed. Then came the I-lampden-Sidney Tigers, confident and full of pep. At the end of a good game, replete with thrills, the Orange and Maroon waved triumphantly over the long end of a l3-3 score. The Tigers drew first blood with a drop- kick, but the Gobblers, stung to fury, came back with a ven- geance, and registered two successive touch-downs, DeLaBarre crashed through the line for one, and Speck Anderson circled left end and ran twenty yards for the second marker. The Tech backheld uncorked a powerful offensive in this game, and the great line was invincible. The Gobblers then girded up their loins and ventured far South into the cotton fields of Alabama. Here they engaged the strong Alabama Poly team at Auburn. The Plainsmen boasted a great team and despite the grit and pluck efforts of the Gobblers, defeated them, 19 to O. The Techmen proved weak in breaking up a brilliant aerial attack, and thereby hangs the tale. The Plainsmen were unable to do aught with the Tech line, so resorted to the passing game mysterious to K H 250 Miuas Tackle . ,W - . . v.,,,-- ',f --rl---.,11,QI"" 'f' iiiu, --fi-iff' f g1.-Ym-1- 1 L-ff: ,M 1 ,Mi-A1 1-J. ., .,. I -::.f+'i1""' 'Fw' "' av, ,aa - . A -----f-J Y Tix Y if-LQ '3aiif,.,"',g. T57-I ff- ff--f----e-e few" ' ' ' , 5 Tlfflli Y---W - is ff'--iff 'A - - H rife -fr 'j,gQ,,lL,l l'1i' Y QYYIW ' ,K fi ' H TQQ 'T TTTTHQ. .. 7 f . ff f. r ' v A 7' a ' .'- - " +2 5' -eg-or Y Y - , 41, L, pf , 41:15.17 i 'ff' " - 7 5 hr i .,...... K .X z l the Techmen, and gained a sweeping victory in this manner. The Tech forwards deserve especial credit for their great work in this game. VV ith a great fighting spirit the Gobblers trelaked to Wash- ington the next Saturday and took on the Maryland Old l..iners in a great gridiron struggle. Both teams fought splendidly, and Tech was forced to resort to a drop-kick to win, 3 to O. Drop-kicks seemed to be a jinx for Maryland, as our games with them for the last three years have been won by virtue of drop-kicks only. This time it was the educated toe of Paul Robertson, that drove the oyal, between the posts, accounting i,,y' q v pl .,'2.- ,,Q.j,l for the only score of the game. Supplee, Thomas, Troxell, and XVelchel shone brightly for the Terrapins. Besides the Aixfliox splendid work of the Tech line, DeLaBarre, Esleeck, Robert- son, Moss, and Faulkner did stellar work for the Gobblers. Elated by this victory, the Gobblers took on the strong XVashington and Lee team in the Hilly City, and went down before the terrific onslaught of the Generals, 20 to O. Playing on a muddy and rain-soaked field, the Gobblers were unable to solve the brilliant and slashing offense of the' Generals, and were forced to acknowledge the superiority of the great Blue and XVhite team. The Gobblers played a great game, however, and showed great offensive strength in the first half. Dick Esleeck bore the brunt of the offensive and several times threw a real scare into the ranks of the Generals, Rauber of VV. 81 L. was the outstanding player of the game. Dick Es- leeck and Big Joe Moran of Tech played great ball and deserve HANDY Guard unlimited credit. 251 Wmiggx g .I f .jfggw , Y 4 . . A ,Q ,' 4 - Y, Y, 'fx --., g -"ax.J,, ,,,.',f,,.- ---4'--' ,,,. V ' ,XYE -ga a WJ lr 4,20 V , S i - , K WI!! '352tf.1:::'T,:1g 1Lii-.rltiwJr. a"' F7 413 - gi 1:1 1 'Us 0 1 ' 1 df' 1. f PF Tiff. lf L V 1 Q .gi 923.11 g '51 -' he Y- -4 Y -- - -51 -- V' Y-if? M-fiiijr. ii .L .fjlii 1 Y :il ' ' " ' tt'4:n ,... ,:. a::::r:.:'.1g1:?i::nv:-:-::.::z:. . N ot one whit dismayed, the Orange and Maroon gridders, ,X ,S , -777777 4-F7- F V t 1 L S3 ' an - L.dm.- V-,.-vf-,mwqfrlltg 597 V ilwfil l L ,? 3 l H1 , F : 5 accompanied by the entire cadet corps journeyed to the Capitol City October 31, and in a thrilling game of football, took the University of South Carolina Gamecocks into camp by a 6-O , J l lift 1 H ' l v ' i ,7 1, 1 l in ' score. The Gobblers flashed an irresistible attack, and al- though the Over Homers fought bravely, the Techmen regis- UV li tered in the third quarter, as Faulkner crashed over for a touchdown, after the ball had been worked down the field by a sensational combination of passes, crossbucks, fake plays and l 3511 end runs. The great Tech line played superb ball, and no one man was better than another. Robertson, Faulkner, Esleeck FAULKNER and Anderson, scintillated in the Tech backfield, and in this Buds game the whole team were at their best, and would have been tough opponents for any team. g 1i . all Returning to Blacksburg, the Cubbagemen locked horns with N. C. State the following Saturday on a black, muddy quagmire of a held. Through four long quarters both teams fought doggedly, and the score resulted in a O-O tie, the second galil of the season for Tech. The game was nip and tuck all the way. Both teams had about the same amount of offensive and defensive. At times it looked as if each team would surely y make the boundary, but always the old first wall of defense stopped the offensive operations. The big light for the Tech- men was Kenneth Faulkner, ably seconded by Dick Esleeck. E914 fv- R'l lk it Q4 ri In the line, Greene, Jones, Handy, and Big Joe-Fighting Joe MOSS , . , , W ,ri 1, Moran made things extremely hot for the visitors. 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The Gobblers showed an advantage in the number of first downs gained. and the brilliant Tech forwards stopped any attempt at straiffht foot-ball made bv the Nealesmen. The precision with which the Techmen brought down the opposing ball carriers was the feature of the contest. Dick Esleeck and Kenneth Faulkner shone in the backiield, and the work mf Bi .Toe Moran and Ed Handv stood out in the wonderful line work of the Techmen S J w fi! 13 x DE xlinriz brit! b 4 ' ' ' S' ' gig: m . A: T T 1 Li ', fi Then came the great event the day of days the moment JONES End L - A , . 'aa' . that comes once in a lifetime, the day of the memorable grid iron battle with our ancient and honorable rivals, the Flyino Squadron of V. M. l., in Roanoke on Thanksgiving Dax lVith the entire student body, and hundreds of alumnae urging the Gobblers on to an impressive victory, the Big Team re sponded noblv, and defeated the Cadets from Lexington, 1 to O. It was one of the greatest games ever played on Maher Field, and the Techmen rose to heights sublime in their victorx The Gobblers showed a flashing offense, a combination of passes, line bucks and end runs, and the defensive work of the team, always superb, rose to even greater heights in this game and was impregnable at all times. Speck Anderson, nimble l l K X9 i 1 1 P .Y 1 pk -ij i ,, F T ki LL. i . - 1 ' X l 233 I i - v 'I i fig 1 ' X. i N- --- T'N':'51--. l i N-g,:7':-Z-,wg?-aVrv:i,:a41-H:Y-Ci 'l l L '. .71 J -,1'i5U5sAaT',i'r - C f-Ig:-K Y- i 'lfz:TLALA'iiNi-if-fi ,'?ilv'23-fig' 15.1 ff - A ,- ",' '--x mx '-LIT-4. Q-digg HL,g,15l1i"- 55:2 ,All 1 N Y 1 J -Zi Yixxjfifi-kg!" V' Q f- """if T XS, ',,rf4ficT, ,rx - . 2' Y , ,,,- jA,,,,f,f" . T frQ,3j rj, K- L 'C - ,. , 'T v 'VU 2 ffl ,- 'AQCVQQ H4,,6-2-"""' f,,f ,e f' .winch , ' ' V f' ' 'i?'i5?iE3Tl1ii1?9ff'?'EE?'f?f??Q153?lZ?E15T5gtE:iUJv 1-5 ,T .i I Y ' TT' T' fn . ' .Na .af .L TJ BRIGHAM End quarter, dived over the center of the line for a touchdown near the end of the first half. The stands went wild, and Anderson kicked the goal to the accompaniment of a roar of cheers. The Gobblers beat the Flying Squadron at their own game, that of the forward pass. Many times the Techmen used this method of attack to advantage, while they developed an un- canny knack of breaking up and intercepting the passes of their opponents. Especially sensational was the work of Sparky Holly, veteran Tech end, leaping high into the air and spear- ing a V. M. l. pass on the 10-yard line and he raced like a deer to mid-held before being downed. This play ended V. M. Ifs last hopes of victory, and the evening shadows crept over a jubilant and victorious Gobbler team, impressive in victory, and over a great V. M. I. team, glorious in defeat. Holly, Greene, Moss, and DeLaBarre, playing their last game for the Orange and Maroon, signalized the close of their football career by playing a marvelous game and turning in a great exhibition of football. There were no outstanding stars in this game, all men hghting their best, and no one man deserves more credit than another. Great were the Gobblers and jubilant were the corps, as they rushed back to the city to celebrate the victory. Thus ended the 1925 season in a blaze of glory. lVhat- ever defeats and loss of prestige the Gobblers may or may not have suffered throughout the year was more than made up by the Thanksgiving game. As a defensive team, the Gob- blers had no equals, and the flashes of offensive strength shown 254 or ' 1377 .if-1 Lgfp--gig ,Q g..',-.s'-I'-eigfl QQ: 5 ' ,TR -7 f. 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'T f"H Q F., , , .I- -Q fr if" J 1 ,, 3-42 . -Lass mmap 'mmm 1 Q I ir? Tj-ff ' dpi ui , J N4 :Tw iw J .ay 'Ji' . 11 ff ' "Ulf V-l X , . fl l fig 1 5-14 .Ji i i 1 1 ,11- :Cy CT 1 iifil, q ilk. i , F ' l i 'fit i , A 1 ' i ,fl f, ' 7 , L41 .3 lx ,Yl i L, 'l' 1 L , '1 1 l if ' ,151 ' all I he Stuciders ,W p XXTQLA I sing Suiciders. Too much cannot be said of these unsung heroes who gave their time, . energy. and spirit that the Big Team might be of the best. V. P. I. owes a genuine debt to 4 1' , . ,ri all of these men who sacrificed life and limb without visible reward, for the honor and glory 1 l- ' 1, of his Alma Mater. VVith nothing to look forward to but hard knocks, they gave their all, ' P' H willingly, cheerfully and unselhshly. 1 lYithout the gallant services of these men, a winning team would not have been possible. g.: ii May they ever carry on, and with them always keep the everlasting knowledge that their 3l . 1 i services were valued highly, and that the success of the team was due largely to their long tg-ix and unceasing labors. 'g f lf " . . f, "Y .4 iff, 2 i7il,, v - W X 1 X ' If ,1 1 ' ji , , , 5-.va 1 ' ,f , 5 K1 , .J , ,ef X ll l :JW if 1' il W ., K w ll l lj? ,f . 1 v Wvffy rt 'l - ' L, 'J .E A J I 1' LJ ' ' ff --W ----1- 256 K' ,, 'ff' M,,mfi'i2':,.Er ' f.v.efsma2nf"T'f't'f"'f-11 V-xQ: A ' ,Kiev iff , -f'Qy',, w N lj l -.,f-5 Ffa he we QR3,aQ:liQi'rr--4 V - 14 ---7' Q Q1 'AAQGEQ iTx5.:f'f,f-"TL,-f' - N . ..,, . Q f igtirgs fir? -.fi1QliQi.EgT5?QEgfgl-Tt9QL.f-Eiffilifi 1 XX kr'xx"4l-JJ ' ' N O X1 QX 5. N 'kfgllvx' Cir! X Xxx-f-Q-sv W A-gif! '-' . r 34 ' .. 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Carson-Newman ..... Y. M. I. ..........,,. . BasketfBa11, 1926 RESULTS OF SEASON 16 19 23 43 34 1 1b 24 24 42 30 20 27 26 258 Tech ........ Tech ,,...... Tech ........ Tech Tech ........ Fl ech ........ Tech .,...... Tech Tech Tech ..,,,.,. Tech Tech Tech Lb..-M-QQ, ff2L .--'A ........,Captain .,..,..,....C0aclz Illanager 14 17 19 30 19 20 23 25 24 14 41 20 19 L, .LL ,LMT ' l hifi 1 l l J l '-f Qsfa' "' ""'--'rv' Y- '-- -- -- --- 47- 2, -aw WW, .2 , 7,,,,, , .x Y ,V ex. ,,, Y Y E? sie? 1 ,lf P ijif'iT'ig'r'mi. g or -f-H -9- we-ee ere ee glow, , WWW ,M Ying V fi-we? -'--'-'-- ---f-' " lY4! 1 ':5T1':' Q, ' H" The Season one considers merely the num- K ber of games won and lost, the 1926 i'a t 2 record of the Gobbler basket-ball team is not an imposing one. But when the high X calibre of its opponents is considered, when the L 1 , . , 5 large number of close, hard-fought battles in lt 1 which Tech was barely beaten by from one to live points is recalled, we cannot call the season ' if a failure. - Coach Blair undertook the clitlicult task of ' fp whipping into shape a strong outfit with only Ml V three lettermen back from the 1925 team and with no outstanding material from a rather in- consistent freshman outht of the previous year. f - After several practice games Captain Payne ' was changed from his regular center position - . A . U RIILLER to forward with the brilliant "Buddy Dear as ML,,mW,. a mate. Adger Johnson, leader of the 1925 Freshman team, finally gained the center position with Faulkner, the football - and wrestling star, coupled with Pearman of the 1925 freshmen in the guard positions. Bond of the varsity squad of last year blossomed forth into a real headliner at guard and proved to be a big asset to the team in the later games of the season. The schedule opened with Concord College on the home floor, PAYNE Cflffdfllf before an enthusiastic crowd of Tech supporters. The Gobblers staged a bril- liant offensive during the iirst half only to tire 6 badly in the last ten minutes of play and allow ? their heavier and better conditioned opponents to nose out a 16 to 14 victory. , RWTECA 4 Next came the Old Line quintet of Mary- 0..T5c,,i Q 5 e land University eager to atone for the gridiron gi defeats at the hands of the Gobbler elevens of L yy p the last four years. The powerful combination if refs , g F A of the visitors managed to grab a 19 to 17 vic- g 1 1 y tory in the last minute of play, after being bat- .7 1 A tled to a standstill by a Tech team that put rig-Q 5 L . -' 'T' 'ci' 24, V' ' ' forth some of the fastest and most clever ball ' - L - ever seen on the local court. xl g'yy V V9 The following Tuesday afternoon the Ma- K, fig' I roons of Roanoke College visited Techland and L an 1 3' departed with the long end of a 23 to 19 score p DEAR safely in th eir possession. The Techmen FAULKNER 259 ici? - 1 . 'co o .ff--liixillj ff ,fjwr!,f,,'v f Q- , .Vj---ssrlrxifvfl g f, M Q ,NWX -,,xg., sv ,Llllgg ff-j3-i:- 5.1 .Q 'R - . f'?KXirs4.g', 1 gig- Jn- , R121 X f . ' 2'-liijfllifl--.1 ,, K, ,A ,. ...iff .- Y, .V -Mi-ff X-4 XX-X. 4 - is Y--.,.go"?1Tij' -s---53:27 -fi ,Y X51 -1-1 - .' f - '7-ff7fX:"i,,,- - T' , .ff- C as X, ,. ,N 4 , , , .eff , ,.,f- ,, ss. ex was f. ,,f M. , , A ef -f1,.f ,.xX.flf 4f14f4?il?El?ii.i 5" ff ' W .V All Q lam, 5, - .S . vm . wx- i iQ P' T505 1 i .5 .-:A 7 .WV ' 7 4 ,gi ,A ' V Q so ,, ... J BOND , . A l11i,.Q T A-lg-g11"". J 7Lj,-l'I ' ' ,,- -L. Y , ,Y , L. . .L lv... 117113: cn cz: F ., .---1 1- w' v-1. 1'-m - -- --. L. ., 1 , , , 1 , . 4 1 ,, 1, , L., L, y VA Y,-M 7' ' K' 'A 1'-'z' "' W 'ww li . ' 1' . l.2LZ- 5 ' . . L ' '? f i 1 f A vni " - f - -'11 f fr- - ..i.:.-v-- Y T-Q. gf -fzzzarrzrv 1 -..,..L2...--., ,,..4: .Y.., - ..,-- - -- f showed difficulty in locating the basket at every stage of the game. - Four days later the Gobblers journeyed to Lexington for the first of a two-game series with the Generals of XVashington and Lee. Al- though they put forth at all times an impressive game, the Tech guards could not hold the tall Spotts in check and our boys went down fight- ing, 43 to SO. A second strong Conference foe, the Vir- ginia Cavaliers, were guests of the Techmen, but the visitors did most of the entertaining. Their stronger and heavier team clicked off the goal in such style that it bid us farewell with a 34 to 19 smile. Then came our ancient rival, V. M. 1. The Gobblers, showing an unconquerable determin- ation to score their first win of the season, played as never before and were cheered to a 20 to 18 victory by a corps that 1 would not accept defeat. f fi .- sw' La V... iw' L 2 4 45. - .. l lllielfzi 221,441 iilvii iff' 1 ., xg fit. -sr 14 W j all "Tl .1 . "-WW ' 1-.1 lzf. 1 1532 rj Y 3 .4 ff 1 xg .1 daft? 1 " 13153 tiff i' i f.,-fi" .-Q 4' 3' f L i' 'A I 1 Zt' 1 if ii 1 ' i l ll C lit' ll XMADE I, 5' ivy! -1 N, .i l 'X ll The Gobblers then took their only prolonged trip of the season. Lynch- 1V if burg College was met first and the Hornets took the game by a single point, T4 AM 24 to 23. The following night the Techmen returned the compliment to the i University of Richmond, this time winning by a single point, 25 to 24, in a 5 1 fast and exciting battle. Losses to Catholic University, in Wfashington, and 1 1 H -:ti -K x NQTHOJS J .,f' er'-1" f- sv JOHNSON if .ij . , ll.,-. ..1!f.Lg . x,t,. . ,NN--, i x ., V-1, fx 2433112 . JMC! 1 I. LL. University of Maryland, at College Park, fol- lowed before the team returned to Techland. Upon their return to Blacksburg, the Gob- blers again demonstrated that they fought best with their backs to the wall. Urged on by a corps of wildly cheering enthusiasts, the team played the sort of game that coaches dream about but seldom witness. f-Budtiyu Dear ran wild through the XV and L. forwards, scoring eleven held-goals and tech won 41 to 20. Following a rather mediocre exhibition against Carson-Newman, the team primed it- self for the final game of the season with the Keydets of V. M, I., at Lexington, Virginia. The Tech warriors played good ball but our rivals were a bit too strong and Tech closed the season with a 19-26 defeat. The corps' sup- port of the team was a feature of the season. 260 X t :- . 11 5 gg . . N F 4 9 G- sf' as X . cc.. f . asm" . ' --.,,.-M . Q V. is 1 .1 7 . ,S i - N ' Nl qs-'l'z:cJy 5 if W 'txt rs T N. .. as W i , X 4 , 1 3 Q QA ll aefefi 5 N PEARMON ' ilol iwfi iles il ii lr Aw TW. i 3' tiff' H214 . F E' T 1, ,- :ive . .- fi-fs 2 - ,,-A f- T ' 'ffm 1- 2 -1 -V X x ,-f", 1. ltTT'Tf'llQf, -- 2 , ' f rzeszgwazfsd 'ffl f-ff!!-Q11 XN I' bees' - it efTyif1-TT' Y ----'fri fs? 'C !f5 -Qklxi X 'L yn'--NCQ, .- , 'NB X L, S- Lxiif: X N " j,.f'3lf -'ff 0' 2214- 4 La -'Af-ai-z-afifri 4 . L, ,. , , ,A P-4 m B T11 H ' H, U3 H C a G B H F , a . 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Tl lgfiwwiiig' ei- -ex -'---ff ---W --Af -1-J-ish--W mug- --7m F ' Baseball, 1925 C. L. CRUMMETT .,,,... ....... .............. ....,.... C a p ta-in G. S. KIIQCHER .,...... ........... C auch VV. B. YOUNGER ....... ....... ....... .......... 1 l I azzager RESULTS OF SEASON ..- . . -. , ,.s..Y.+.:.--,:,.+ T N' 1.111 ...' .4:.:.,c.-"' '-- 4 17 ::g.13:.s':4mw'. T..-.,c:.::.'...-..1w.:L-1--T.:,.-s.ea:..n '-...N '..'-,f--f-g,.7 WCVX .rwli ,, ,. TWA!! eh .ff mf pfrfih ,,f.- ,. l. r- r':f,f , Hifffgl llf ,l incl IFTPQA L' JI M151 S173 hh? hgh lilifg ziggjl- l .lm,,-'f5, 'IW f-M li ffl? 1 il ' ' ill! 'lf UV! If Y ' dll,-54 c TTT' ,icmwx N lvlll ...f-fi. fl l NCT, King College .... 3 Tech ........ ...... 3 ' King College .... 2 Tech ...,.... ...... 2 5 1 1 Syracuse ....... ........ l 3 Tech ........ ...... l X Syracuse ....... .... l Tech ........ ...... 4 ji' ' W 3 U. of N. c. ....... .... 6 Tech ........ ...... 2 lf -'cl V. M. 1. ....... .,...... 1 0 Tech ....,... ...... 6 H1413 W. L. U. ......... .... 7 Tech ........ ...... 1 fflfqfgll VVake Forest ........ 16 Tech ........ ...... 9 NVake Forest .... 3 Tech ........ ...... 2 1317 W. L. U. .................. .... 6 Tech ........ ...... 4 lj Phi Davidson Colleve ..... .... 1 Tech ........ ...... 7 li U. of N. C. .............. .... 4 Tech ........ ...... 5 g'f,5,1 N. C. scale ........ .... 3 Tech ........ ...... 2 iglhjjl U. of S. C. ....... .... 2 Tech ........ ...... 4 fl"T'j9' Furman U. .............. ........ 1 1 Tech ........ ...... 5 Clemson College ....... .... 2 Tech ........ 5 ..... 2 .1 Oglethorpe .............. .... 9 Tech ........ ...... 6 5 ' V. M. I. ....... .... 5 Tech ........ ...... 6 l ,A 2 l if Z l 5 262 . H . -5i2efQ5Qf 5 n Y. T X gYrgLi'jg.. 3E,..sLNmLW-4 . VRjg1,,qp?L2jiLfqjj3S ,'lf-71 .Y l fd! -... M- A.,A y ,Kia Q42 LyEijQ?.: 1i':.Qi Ns1xx V ' W fiilfff' ff!! ,v H-,ff-XTK, g,:,,,,. .,,,, ,i . - io 133 CII ,Q 1 LQ cm on :Lf 1- - i V , i ,':E3::i:f',?:'??--":- V A ' 1 T'-' ' ' -- 'N M - ,fix-, , I, i A ' Y , e ,I T, ,- mini! ,l gigiggix V sl fj ee.-il y' ' T H gE ' B L fi- L E .- :if .ea 3 o fi. qQg,gT5Qggg gf lj g T l ---it --- 4 W A a..,....,,iLalgQLllfifl.Iliff-fQ1Qii2QgiiQ'ifs donnie?-i --if r l i V 1 El lla: E li "W ' Lilly l i in ii The Season Y .apologies to Kipling 4 XX! i . Q "When Baseballs last score has been written, and the plug has 1 lbwl twisted and dried. A Vlfhen' the heaviest stick has been cased. and all of the team N Nil xl has tried, . V ff ,ii Q They shall rest, rest secure on their laurels, 'til the crack of ll 5 the bat's heard again, -M ' "J fl And the maker of many great players sets out to remodel his QW 1 . gl men." it J i it YVAS the ninth inning, and the ll fill crowd was spell- ll V bound, for the game had , been nip and tuck, then out, and Crummett was 'iffgilll the battery for Tech. But , ax xl I 5 . . - v. . - E! in spite ot all, lxmg Col CRUMMETT ji ivixfi lege was leading by a 3-2 Ciipram score. 'The game was fast drawing to a close, and l W1 ll - - liixli things looked bad tor the home team. Two men . were gone via the strike-out route. Tubby Talman strode to the plate and smote the pill over the hill lllclillf and far away, and thus the game ended in a 3-3 tie. Nix l Then came the second game with King College. YOUNGER The mountain tornado was silenced as Tech's big Ma,mgL,,, guns drove out a 25 to 2 victory. Syracuse was 1 i VNV, ' ' V, 1 um, . i, . . Xie 4 ' i Ulf . 3 I las if 1 ai ' ' 'l libel' 1 1 if , i I l . -. l ,X l . 1 il Hill . p q - 1-X, .Vi i t l . i 1 -J 5 if l ' 'fm' 1 l 'Wil 1 in lil Wg 1,,31p l V T' Eff l e 'Q 'M Vi? JW I li 5 EQ. l 263 if Egg., li xx. . f-32? I 5 " "'-' 'fqg-, if" l--.l.f.l '- 0 'f' - T l - gf-:f?':.5i1: iii?-3' MWQVA. , it is f . - if , i D .pf-'22 9,539 . ".l...f-'fifllr-Mi. ' fax W if - f J , V Y .V 5, :sr I Jw N N .,!, 4, gf-ri!2?fl'4 --I yi! if ig? ., ' - . J f 1 ' 3 f Q' ' ' 11- AQ: . . , af- - . - hrvxf- afgx.-.--v -V, u ..-..-.,. ' rf laflf-31? 'Abf'Ii:.T.g-iq. is - Y x i 1-. V-Y-Y-J,-,--,W-.f V l ,. , H ..g.:C5A .A .L J . .a me-I -.1 rv - 14.4 cn Us -'vw cz: 1 sa- .V ,-f,L -y, yweqjpm- Ag 1 7+-----V -- Y ' - :l l 1 nd,"-.-'Q I l , RH, - l,,-.1,' it f -y ---. f -,-v fx ' ' ' 1 l L . 5: N r X w .Y - ,-- l r, ,v V fy-4' .L v .- f V , N P qu . at T il wiQlL,5v,. ' 1 - all gif- ' .... - .,. . . . H N -Y ' we e ' .2151 N- .-:rt-r. :wzf:m ma:nkvnw:f1va-.-fQ..e:.2:..,..s. i ffl , ,vwfpl si will next on the schedule, and Crummett was chosen to rep- resent Tech on the hurling hill. However, the North- erners took kindly to his offerings, and coupled with er- rors, scored a 13 to 2 victory. But Tech's team turned, like the proverbial worm, and in the second affray with the Syracusers, Coach Kircher again sent Crummgett to the mound, and this time the big fellow had the visitors eating from his hand, dishing out a 4 to l defeat. The North Carolina Tar Heels came next, "For- l- Ld l, fi lgllfl r- lYf!' ,l L! , I 'J 'lliwfj iiifffl l r- A 6 ,A 'fif- f A M41 1-lf! L-. v tunaf' that fickle dame, covered her face, and the Techs were forced to accept a 6 to 4 defeat, after holding their 11-'21 opponents for seven innings. Lefty XN ood pitched a good game for Tech, While Gallup, Dear, and Talman gathered J their share of their honors. if e Captain Thomas, and Coach VVILLEY Kircher then journeyed with their cohorts to Lexington, for games with their ancient rivals, Wfashington and Lee, and V. M. I. The Flying Cadets avenged their defeat of last , year and defeated the Gobblers lO to 6. Crummett did 'if i the mound-work for V. P. I. Hoclc Ellison alternated between first base and the receiving end and performed nicely, frequently stepping high, wide, and handsome to get the bad ones. The Gobblers next engaged the Gen- erals of WV. Sz L., and went down fighting by a 7 to l score. VV ood hurled excellent ball, but unreliable support robbed him of victory. Captain Lindberg of lVashington and Lee pitched an ex- cellent game, giving only six hits. TALMAN He received air-tight support. Home again, and the diamond artists prepared for a two-game series with Wake F o-rest, the Carolina slug- gers. The Deacons came, and saw, and conquered, de- 1 parting with tvvo wins. The visitors annexed the first .Q game 21 to 13. Remarkably heavy hitting fea.tured this ' game. The second battle was a pitching duel between Crummett, of Tech, and Simmons, of Wake Forest. The outcome was in doubt until the ninth stanza, when Crum- l mett let a couple of bunts ooze through his lingers and .i gg 7 the Deacons tallied twice. Tech came to bat prepared to A? ADAMS do or die, but the best that they could do was to score one marker and the final score was 3 to 2, Wake Forest. . ,J 264 yi , -K . , . ,Q , y ,,.,,.. p ,h T"T'i3T Til'L..g.:g:.5:i1:i X -., lggvtla. fx .X-,K fx - fx 'E Sr ,l-:x.c.,...,5,u...s..3,.:.z--F, EV' -?+NL,-ld-,. El , 2 a O3 1.7 1 f QW . i ,i --Q M-,J 2 Q-Q Q--eHj'vi -it -f lafaaii' -"'fgfa-J' - ' x f ' km f f-vi fvva .,., 7 ,. .. . Mg----- ---X-fn v mv. W------fra--W H.---- .Z .....--..a. .--TW u 1 if - ' - - R jwvffgvi--Q4--'N ---- gf.-V-if ,...T..,,a W. .-..,, ,M , ,. saafff-,a-..1n,,.. - -X - - , f.. -A H, YYY , , - - , . ' X, Tlxili , K 'till' i ,r, 2 ill. Y v, Le-pt, , V , Fighting hard to avenge their defeat at the hands of T I the Generals, Tech died hard the second time to VV. 81 fi L. by a 6 to 4 score. Mfgff The Davidson VVildcats then appeared on the scene, T, out after blood. Dan Crummett was stingy with his hits, Fifi however, and being given air-tight support, twisted the tail of the Wfildcat and sent him home smarting under X A-1 kg a 7 to l set-back. i , f' S The Orange and Maroon artists then packed bats ,'X-' , Q .1 T and bags and headed South on an invasion of the Caro- f linas and Georgia. The Gobblers fired their opening gun if Ae'i 5 at Chapel Hill and Lefty Wood pitched Tech to a 5 to 4 WJ'-xvf ,.,.,.s, - , . xx v -X . 1 i ,lrx mf' 'F . victory over the University of North Carolina. The Gobblers next en- , gaged the liVolfpack of N. C. State H and Henley, on the mound for Tech, Worm X l J held the wolves in check until the closing frame, when l the Tarheels pushed over 3 runs, and emerged a 3 to 2 victory. The Techs grabbed a rattler and trekked to Co- lumbia, where they met and defeated the University of South Carolina, -l to 2. Too much Crummett tells the y ,y , tale. Still moving Southward at a fast clip, Tech collect- 'FQ ed ll hits to Furman's eight, but loose fielding cost Som- f eiyille an eleven to five game. Tech, however, came into her own at Clemson and took the sandlappers into camp by a 4.to l score, The contest was ,fcpy a pitching duel between Harmon ot as i Clemson, and Henley, of Tech, with T ' HENLEY the latter having a considerable T edge.. Henley sewed up the game in. thehnal frame, by slapping Vout. a two-ply clout, bringing in Talman and ,itil ,jg Bond. Again the Gobblers tailed to stand prosperity, and in the last game 'ton the Southern tour, Oglethorpe 3 3' University defeated the Techmen, 8 to 6. Crummett was called on for mound-duty, and he performed well, but in the latter part of the game, the Georgia Crackers got 13' wise to his benders and leaned against his offering rather il P A lF X 'X-11, severely. Q 1 i ' ' 3, ,lil Back on Miles Field, Coach Kircher primed his l wil chargers for the last game of the season with V. M. T. 1. s ,5- Revenge is sweet, saith the poet, and no words were ever lgfqill truer. Crummett had the best of a hot pitching battle with Crockett, the V. M. I, ace, and the Flying Squadron GALLUP 11 Jil l X 3 Hui' X TT Z T sllfs-T-Y-an Tmkra-W, , glib? 3'ffZ'7'fU A , f F. H tile-fsf.tia,Pf2hzfQf:a.,. f e 'i?i?Qii111e's...,, . . as . -'gfflflff T ,441 .. 'Q Lf " - lf. 'K ff' fl f pf, 2" 1 LLLL-Hgiya -f-!j2l,f " fl - V - --.- ,- -- - ,fy ' -xfvff M ,mr ,- 1 -1'Tvw" friiwipl in A . 1 v-' , if 1 i 1 1 1: Q3 Q, fi,'.Q 'if'-:1"1,", T-,LW-Q W' i'1j',1'l"?- -,vw-1 - ifv?i:iT,T,lf77jlEQTT'Yf,Q flgw i, ' ' 'i W ee it if -A 1 TH? if f H f ' ' a T F v W 7 fm 1 Fri giqfi , Ti ji KV 4'i,Ebj1?5Liimgi'd',T4,li: 'LLJNTT giljff, igr,1ig:?g::g .l.L-.g. A T ' ' as ' ii"1-'-f7v'if:i .gilgiig-gliifs.ei,1-f:Q43egTf,a+gI,g,:,:'re'f . 1T,,Tif i ly bgX?'AR 1 fe liiafw nr . li bl T was sunk, 6 to 5. V. M. I. was in the lead until the hfth ppl p period when Tech opened up with a, barrage of base hits wtf T and pushed across five tallies, putting the ole ball game Wppjx . I li 'J ' on ice. If-5,fl T The season ended in glory, and to Coach Jockey Kircher is due much credit for the wonderful showing of Techls baseball nine. :izQTQ'l Back of the plate, he had Thomas and Ellison to i depend on. In the infield he had Lawson, Bond, Dear, l -- v - - '7' , Willey, and Esleeck to stop 'em and teg em, while Tal- piyq T man, Adams, and Gallup kept watch and ward over the fircj the outer garden. The moundsmen, Crummett, XVood, H Somerville, and Henley delivered Q 'Q puzzling twisters to the opposing T me T hitters. The whole team batted well .-XRRINGTON throughout the entire season, eight , men swatting well over the 300 mark. l DEAR 1 i tb V f T, Pj 55 3 W L U u rl! fbi P ll-Ui. r i W Y fl AI 1 il V. IN . 1, 1 Q. X v-4 'Tw N Q , -z ' f u...' , IJ' 'RS 266 T f e , we of 11'-?i'7f5i Tig ..- 'L-"N - ' J1fi"i'x Y f ,sf 1 x 5,1 ,!il':,,5C 4 .X X X - ew ,r 1 LX' xx c 5 tnzvy lrn " -1 ,, , fl-gf?'gl5'7Xt Tsklygfffjlf-f""'AX -V V YV - ,, - . ,.-' , f ,A as g e,V' . YY , , H h - ,. 'AC , , or N Y, Y, r'-W., --XT x . 1, , --- J- ' ,, --1 vw xx . -X Q-V-" ff .- ,WV Y , -V Y ,, X ,, ,X X lla lf' --N . . IT. ilfffi fffifl' M ll! f""+ff TY, f slrlvrvig-jf! 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Wfood, Crummett, and Handy, veterans of two seasons with the varsity, are a dependable nucleus for the crack staff of pitchers. Bond, who played second last year, is with the twirlers this season and is showing great stuff. Several Hingers from last year's freshmen are working hard and showing up well. The initial bag position is a toss-up between XVilley, Rutherford and Law- son. These men are all good, and with experience should make the boys sit up and take notice: Wlilley, who played first base last season, is probably the best bet, V Second base will probably be taken care of by Alexander, a product of last year's rat squad. Bond, last season's keystone sacker, graduated to the pitching staff, and Alexander is coming through in great style. The combination of Buddy Dear at shortstop and Peewee Lawson at the hot corner is hard to beat, Both of these men are veterans of last season and are as sweet a pair of infielders as anyone wants to see, and besides that, they can certainly slap the pill to parts unknown. The two veterans, Adams and Gallup, will roye the outer gardens and can be relied upon to seize anything that comes their way. Pat Arrington, a fast Irishman, and a s lovely sticker, will also cayort in the field. All these men are mean hit- ters and should be a ter- ror to opposing twirlers. Coach "jockey " Kircher is again on the job as mentor, and judg- ing from his p r e V i o us work at Tech, and with the great material he has, this should be a banner year for the Orange and Maroon sackers. 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HUNT .... ,..,.. Il Ianager 'jffjx , 4 X 4 RESULTS OF SEASON i if fi Davidson .... ....., 4 5 Tech ,,.... ,.... 8 O :TY w ., 7 U. of N. C. .............. 92 Tech ,..... ..... 3 2 f if Q Y U. of Richmond ...... 48 Tech ........ ...,. 7 7 ' W - ,iv Ai? Johns Hopkins ...,.. SO Tech ...... ..... 7 5 . 'ji S . .ay W. and L. ..,..... .,.... 7 5 Tech ....,. ..... 5 0 gl-54 C T V. M. 1. ,.,... ..... 5 4 Tech ...... .... 7 2 1 'IWW X N. C. State ...... . ,... 59 Tech ...... .,., 6 7 'ig ' . ' ' I A1 95- an - 13 , W J ffidn HUNT DANCE l . jVIx171l1gCI' Captain in 31. 270 A yn T Y 4 H WT .----:,n:41' 'T T51 N W Q..,,.fff 1 , - . iii .... . A . iiififkf5.iiP:Til"1 XS . -, W R T ' Lf7-5i,i3g- Lg glfi' r fag! 7,3 55,3-QQ!---jif1,f-1. fiflf-jfigi. - f ' ig 'T?f4fil:.f3gr.gSggl''TgTQTY:'Q.fi?f?ES ffsvfifgL,5f..L3:fi3g:2 'SSS ix W"'Q-idx.-L K "LQQS:.Q.?kb-i'f.liifff" 1 ---jgrjll1"' :Fm cu -V. f if gil TEILVQJ. .Q If M - -- --fs:-3gffiff'2.:71.Qf'Wm"-"fs . F141 v T H E , B L-r fx- 'T E V N ,ev Q !Ai'f'i' ii' ' -fl, - Q V- 4 Y - HV H ' 'Ca 1.4 A, 4- 3 ,., .9 g ef- .I -Xing' i F HIT al rffrr ' . .aa 1 --fif +13iffgi5i5fi3i.gT71gQ,i fs V irrwrri 2' ' -1-1'1" " till' gizzxtffs ' -.'A- T, 1 1.44-...L4 TQ- f--if W Y V ' w kgs. ,i Y .x. life? 3 ,. v-i, lab-ii' ' Tai. L ,fa llhxfll' Q15 .. i 1 'X- ,A Wgllflf , I A i C WDW, E i 1 The Season your mark. Get set. Bang, and Tech had opened her track season with an SO to 46 victory over the Davidson XVildcats. The weather con- ditions were not favorable, but victory was not to be denied the Gobblers, and they outran, outjumped and outhurdled their opponents. Goodylcoontz of the visi- tors was high point man, with 13 markers to his credit. There were no. outstanding stars for Tech, for each man A 1 .xfvr ill' lx'1f W7 X. Y. ,fx,N .vill- 'Tiff fglgi . ,N fifth: ltixrvljx' lfill fXx t 3 .a ,. 'MXN ,Km .lg-4, .i. .wich llfilfl uri fx. ill U. tax l l l 1 i xr., .lg .MUNI td i wt "W, Ilxvg.. wfgll' V':.,fii' wus- , Mggpli i'N.'i' 'imfw jfw ilkcii liliflf QifpQl,'f llgilll' J Q lfxl , llilllli I1 W' 25533 ll 1 V. N X I i Hi gl its-i M ME put out all he had and did his best. lVith the Wlildcat skin hung on the wall to dry, the Gobblers left their nest and journeyed far down into the Tarheel state and received a sore drubbing at the hands of the University of North C a r ol i n a. 93M to 3256 was the score. De- spite the score, the meet. was fast and exciting. One Southern, one South-Atlantic, one State, and one University record fell before the meet ended. Bell of Carolina set a new Southern mark in the mile when he ran it in four minutes, twenty-live and three-fifths sec- onds. Captain Culbreth of Tech established a new South- Atlantic record in the broad jump with a leap of twenty- three feet, three inches. Fordham of Carolina was high point man with 13 counters, with Captain Culbreth of MONTAGUE nmfsxli.. I ELLIS MONTAGUE BREAKING 100-yd. RECORD, 946 siac. 271 his-sa, ?e is r vi 11 -.f--gf 1 'MN lf-ii ' C, ,.. . . ,. QQ! ix ...-..wff3'if"3EiQ-14+ f illg i +" "Z9iTf"""T,ff T' ,A fav-'flfly L, " T if'X wi 1 1 ,. .gag , .mliffir 75177 JiiTjjfj3,,aa,77.,,, fjiIx,1l3l,44..:.x.1.c.,,5 Y, ,, Yitglifima - E VT' 1 ,- ' 'I ' 'r if 3' 1 444 1 . 3 A ,si 5 'N' 3 BAGBY VAULTING Tech a close second with ll markers to his credit. Smarting under this defeat, the Gobbler speed art- ists entrained for Richmond and avenged themselves by giving the University of Richmond a severe drubbing. The Orange and Maroon cinder artists invaded the Cap- itol City and defeated the Spiders by a 7793 to a -L82 score. Thorpe, of Richmond, furnished the feature of the meet when he ran the half-mile in one minute and fifty-six and three-fifths seconds, shattering the South Atlantic record. The whole Tech team performed well. Captain Culbreth scored iirst place in the broad jump and low hurdles and tied for lirst in the high jump. Mon- s tague scored a first for Tech in the - ---i s 220, and scored second in the high li u r cl l e s and the lOO-yard dash. .. czt Maurice scored lirst in the high hur- GRM- -spug ,T dles, and placed second in the lovv hurdles. Ellis, Gray, and Bagby also performed well, .gm each excelling in his event. The Gobblers took all places in the shot-put, and "Old Reliable" Crowell won the two- P mile in great style. i Back on Miles Field with xvell-known turf under their feet, the Czobblers showed their heels to Johns Hop- kins L niyersity in the next meet, and defeated them 15 g if to SO. "Uncle Ben's" boys took the lead in the initial event and set the pace from then on. Dot Gray, DeLa- , Barre and Ellis annexed points in the Field events. Dan l"Mi ' H 'T A Montague ran the 100-yard dash in 945 seconds, estab- HOGAN 272 .,l i 'ffl 1 i A 1 L I, ef 1 X. -J xl ' i -. J, , -- - - . f f sf , -ff Q . v - Yep-fr ' f' as W X TT ' -' " 115' '-1 ----il"'v aggf--YX.X,.kN ' X , ' us. Q-.F44..s-1-fi fra!-i , A X-lig3.f4,'jI!ii9r' 'fv ggi 7,0-iw W. ig v Y L W Y r '-jd -- -f 'Xf-vAx-,f-f Y -fr HP:-2-1' ZJLJQ 1fif'Li 15' rvgigigig sli.iff1i:L,f::,fg1, : :C C - -, 1, ' ' ' Y 'X' ' A 'X 1... 1, . -, f V lishing a new record. He also placed second in the 220-yard dash and high hurdles. Captain Culbreth scor- ed first in the broad jump and the low hurdles and placed third in the pole vault. Maurice broke the tape iirst in high hurdles and placed second in the lows. Heyn of Hopkins was high-point man with a total of 16 markers. VVith the Johns Hopkins victory tucked away, the Speed demons journeyed to fair Lexington town and met defeat at the hands of the Generals of Ufashington and Lee, the final score being 75 to 50. Captain Culbreth, Hogan, Montague and Dance won the live tirst places for Tech. Montague severed the tape first in the 100- and 220-yard dash. Hogan won the -1-10, Dance annexed the mile, and Culbreth walked away with the broad jump. Crowell tin- ished second in the twohmile. Back home again, the Gohblers rested for a week, and then engaged their ancient rivals, The F l y i n g Squadron of V. M. 1. in a terriiic struggle, which ended with the Keydets, from the Val- ley, at the small end of the horn. Captain Culbreth of Tech set a new record in the broad jump with a leap of 23 feet, four and one-half inches. V. M. I. drew hrst blood when XVindy XYhite won the shot-put, but the home team was not to be denied, and all three places in the broad jump put the Gobblers well out in front. Foster of V. M. 1. was the sensation of the meet, with first places in the 100-, 200-, and -140-yard dashes. Culbreth was high IDELABARRE HOLLY man for Tech with 12 counters. Dance, Ewing, Ellis, 'A' -Q l Q S . ii M ei. ' E . - Ei-1 1 'vb if A. 'T' . - A I V . ,.,., 1 2 -. " - . .. -'te- . he 1 . R 1 , V' ' 'L' " -ff-Til ' ' ,ug ii'.ff -Yf'--'XV,- - , . . X as 1--L-.:e...s . . f .--r ' ,'-rf, '-X, V' e ,L--41"--.Q"'e-f.Q,f' jr f N s- .. , , X. ---ags'-xt -T, . L, ar ..,,, CULBRETH BREAKS RECORD 273 X g "1 ' exft-Xl .gag A A, 4 .- -fy-far:-f-fr"'j ' c,-f-"Q , X -X X-C. -' , ,, -f , - ,, e ff .-.Y x., 'X --.LW 1 - K, J , lv ,-,J- Y YV J- ff- Sx 4.4,x-. , . ....,fAf',Y f,,fg -Li?-I-af,-If' V 1 ' v !.f ,J 1 V, ,J g g,f- x.. , 1 GX x A' 1-K... ' ' X' Q 1-21 ,m1,f,,,Qya.gH J-A1-v?-U13 lltetf? VT H E V B U G L E V 1 9 1 6 V V E1-Qegg Krissy: Qt : 3 ,Ve g5lf1-..-4..l.aLj1s: left 4:5-Q a -V-Va V W 1 1 " , X - 'i ' 'lf ty 1 1j if I 1 I1 Lf ig 1 .2 lg . , . it V ' ll ' 11 ,, , V , " .- , l J l P1 ' -'x-., s .-,. Q ,V 1- ,ew - 1 W F ,,-ij: " , 3 ef 'gl We " 4 1 ft i f F' 5:1215 ii-1. , f 1M ll "-' ' -V Y . Q f ' 1 f 1 1, V ,s-1 .. , -----' :-: .1 1-1-:,:,pw:5 'l 1 'bi' 1 ' E ,, 1 1 f,, ?'iTfi, t .,.,. . 'tx 1 .1 ' 1 li 1 " f 1 . E ff . ,yfqli A i H 1 v w .tg l N 11 . 1 lgylt Crowell, and Maurice also broke the V l f ,-' A l . . . llffjspll tape first for Tech 1n their respective v l Q events. 1 Captain Culbreth and his merry p ' 1 All men then pointed for N. C. State, 151 vw-V-, . . . . , f. . 1-'ge' and despite the franctic efforts of lar 1 -, ,J ' Y .f flxii' the Wolf Pack, won the ho-tly con- Q61 fyllff. tested meet, 69 to 57. The weather 1 , 1 1 11. " 3 , , 1 9 l" conditions were unfavorable and no ,I fitlf .V records were broken, but the meet l of Q: was nevertheless fast and furious. 5 ph The visitors took the lead, however, Q p fm gg Tech gradually lessened the distance i ij-iff and emerged the victor when Cap- LQ, tain Culbre-th captured the low hur- J f1ff'1l3f dles. North Carolina State captured p' u,.' Q . . V' N 2, Vp 1- eight Hrst places to Tech's six, but lf, A CROWELL the Gobblers got more than their CULBRETH lilo 1,3 1 share of the second and third places. I gfif',.13 1- Captain Bvron of State was high- lf 1 , ' l 1, V ' 1 1x 1 li 1. lllwti- o' g f . -' 1 ' gi I f 1 Ll, 1 In . lltgfigli iilfgx 4 . ,SA N - V l ' .1 ,gm . V VV - V' 1 'l f, , 1 .Q . - Q'- 4f'f'f V . ' 1 wwf ' l+Qss.zQ-?f'11 Vf- -- -'V' 1 1 , V .1 ' f' , ' Psa A 1 lvl, Q 1 , 1 274 1 1 U V l l M fi ' --ic ' .-l 1 . KN X XPQCWXX fig .f . . . . . as V 1 1 I - xy' A . ig - , A - - A . I LL' X G im ' 4, fn CD U1 'Di .Cm .m m Q. Q3 .J jr, w1igg?Zf'Qii-,Uf5gqi1afrQ3g,Z3q i ' , Writ rfa.fEw, fda fx1Wf:1fiiiff,l5N 1, ' T H E ' B L G L E v 1 Q 2, 6 Y filifi NQQ ?f'Y'HfLZg1f3.ffQ:f-151. qrlfwy if .' All .--1 -.4 1-. aa---.-.lLL fa 251 32253351 'tazflil ,Emo fe i e e e .f . a a .,..m.T.Li.,,i.,...--i,.-...ig.,g4.:f.g.:3?2':1i-'2.iiiij?jEjrQ M wiki? A Nil il Y L4 Q Heli . X. 2 gi X i L l L ' - f l k. - . . V' A ' X X ., ' , i - ' 1, K , hx? I , QQ 3 r - Q g. . J' 011 ' ' t' g 5 ' , ..1+.,.,,,,,: X - X' ' 3 .ci f 3 VY! 'il fill be , A G . l 'W 1 a fg,Q:,U-.Q A -v.4., ,5,x: . ' . - - i, A I i o l ' ll ll-'Ei w 'I i ' Q 1 5 ' l Q 1 H-fi ' , 4 , . .x -x 1 - R 1 XM w . . 1 . O 90 n ' i Q' i. fx, ,Q point man with fn sts in the 10 , - L. , , and 440 to his credit. DeLaBarre, , xx , J, 1 ' T Ellis, Dance, Culbreth and Crowell scored the hrsts for Tech, ably sec- illh Elf onded by Jackson, Maurice. Mon- p tague, Bagby, Hogan and others. ll LQLQ, Thus the Gobhlers ended a suc- cessful season, winning live meets and losing two. "Uncle Benn Cub- ' bage is due much credit for develop- ing one of the most powerful and T - if ' x ll SQWII well-balanced teams ever seen at Tech and we award the palm to Captain Culbreth for his extra hard BAGBY work and great leadership. W'ith MAURICE the Final victory over State, Captain Culbreth, Jackson, Crowell, Blanton, Ewing and Christian ended their track L Q l xl career at Tech, and their soiled trunks and spiked shoes are hung in the lockers, nevermore to support the Orange and Maroon. l E531 l l ,' if wiv, it H X. 1 ' 7 W"Vfa i l l l il gl l i i l El V fl f ,.1 ll ,, . ,eX' .1 i Isla i ,K x pi lfijill wif , ' fed! , . f T3-xx.: PK l fl X-ll '. limi C ,PE M V pg ,., -.Mu gkvl. 6' W,-..,,-fgaff Xl who .fit .-i Ve pf ge fc" J r, T 1, '- il .5 ills .LES lbcxii , V l 2 5 . - ' ' 'iii . 'fgfgif ,q ,. , O' . ' Mt - .. - . fif th -4... 3 ' , A Nirmb - ' f ' if ' mW 4 l4Qy l , -me-as .f w -- fi ? f f 1, - , Y f ,fl 'ff fjlj yd' 1 3- yfkf lun cm 123 U3 G3 ax CD cn cU"n: co in G3 cn T H, E ' B L G .-.L E ' 1 9 7- 6 ' ff jim -,,. r- .2,r,.,,-,,,-- 4.-, Q j H iii, if fri if ni tel. We A V., , . -A1 t lEij4'i VX1 i i 1 , I 1 :ser as 7 -' .- ,. ,.., ' -,iw A-,Y-y,,.,.g,4-5- Qagg.,-9.1 ...g . , , g Q Q-Q 1 vu l f 3 1 i A' l A .,.. sears 'fini :rv ., H ' . 1 ii' lil 1751 if l 'gill 'llwf',f.l-5,31123:35 E " A D -' i' i l?w5i5ff'35fi'Qf!lilli'i?2 X " -- ee f N f l l ri l if ' , ' V T -fl -l l 'VA ll ,I , -- ...aa - -.-Ha 1 U il ,.Xf,,,,xi iq 1 . i . .ll t -Q if ff. w , 'A J, f - it The Stadlum 5,5 , MA l fy. ULL many a time has Miles Field been torn by the cleats of friend and foe tussling if ...ig -N -1 . . . . . ' ' i i X35 for athletic supremacy. Her very sod is rich in story. She could tell of the time 3 5, 'J l when the Gobblers were proudly carried from the fray, borne high on the shoulders : ug I L "" """"' of the Corpsg she could tell of the times when they limped to their quarters, their A jfpll ' heads "bloody, but unbowedf' But "time makes ancient good uncouth,'l and Miles Field must , , pass-must leave her glories to a worthier rival. I 1 Unchristened as yet, and nestling just behind the Wforld NVar Memorial Gymnasium, is the new Stadium-a semicircular bowl ready to receive and preserve the athletic traditions i of V. P. I. A majestic reality, the solidihcation of fond hopes, commanding a view of the .- ' entire campus, and suggesting by its roundness a miniature of its own mountain top horizon. l 'Tis in the new Stadium now that she shall see them win, see them lose, but never see them quit. Here will be recorded, meet by meet and game by game, the glories of victory and the fi , glories of defeat. Here the Corps will gather, while the chant of the Techmen shall echo from the Alleghenies-a reverberating gg , i .1 ,1 Sola-Rex, Sola-Rag , L Polytechs, Vir-gin-ia! Y -7 it, t A stadium we have wantedg a stadium we have got. But amid the cheers let us give thanks to our President, our Board of Visitors, and our Athletic Association, for without iliivl their appreciative interest the Stadium would still be but "a tale, a dream." VVe salute you, "3 I , worthy gentlemen, we extend our sincerest thanks. i , g , . . . '4 And old men can sec zfmons because ,is young men they dreamed dreams. iv' V71 , ,L 'Ayi A 1 l L, l i I ' l ' 5 i i ' igxfli , , , ,VA , Q 'A f R 4 l l ,Lf'i,, all nglrsi ,V . N . ,' , ini i' 276 i i if, lfeavfr., 'ii' 557: , t 4 l 7 1.-21:1--1 , 'V 1-ss. T- ,--f'- . Q 1 ' ' Y "1 -.5i:1f'L"'P:-1? --f' - X 56 ' nfl-:L:-1 l P 3 fl? , ,f ' V ,S-s""'iiTl3lN-L "'1F:"'5ili' -ifWS1i?F-'ea..,, ,f"" . """ ' ie'e liirifili F U' Kfflhffres , a -' .fff r ' !,-5 is f Q' - 4 ' - ' ,, ' ' X eifflgbx I . . . N T 'X , N xxx 1 X X X x K X x XX X X -,A . ff W T Q ' Y x K 4 Nfl i XJD 1 X w u X , f X. xx J' 'Y ry, I. 1 x I, lx ,X 'lg' ll! X Nil f X ,J Xuff ' ixll Nl' IXX X 'Mi' Q mf f Xi! ,X N X .YA X X 1 .,N, I-" . ,Xxx 1 1 .X DJ V .3 , ,fm LJ , f l :if , J' '- L-K-X . E f' f f' v , NIL x T! 1 J .4 ,A Y Y Y. S. 7-11 :7,:i..:5 :',WLT:1':Q: A3L, ,..L?,CE -,1,g,.mM-J.z1 V wir' Y 'Y TTA Y ' 'vm'-'77 ""i-'A'ni"'-g'H'A'W:' DANCE Captain Cross Country, 1925 W. F. DANCE ..............,..,,,........... .......................,.,................,.. C aptain B. BLAIR ....... .......... C oacll E. F. HUNT ............................ . ..............,.............. ....,... 1 Uanager RESULTS OF SEASON Tech .......... ................ 2 3 VV. and L. U .......... ........ 3 2 Tech .......... ..... 2 9 U. of Md .......... ........ 2 6 Tech .......... ........................... 3 0 Navy ....................... ........ 2 5 SOUTHERN CONFERENCE MEET Virginia Tech ............................................... ..................... ...... 5 3 Georgia Tech ...... ...... 5 3 Georgia ......... ...... 7 3 Virginia ............ ...... 7 5 XV. and L. U. .... ...... 84 V. M. I. .i.......... ...... 1 55 278 ,,f",,' , g, Q, T ..-f".f."'- 5 'C Ny . S., x. X K .- ,V -Y , -- 7,4-. , -AN, S 52- J, X -- - , --fX..,,S ,,,,---v-sir' ' .. ' , V S 55" ff-Ejfff ' -X15--.X Eff., f - X A . --X A Ni ' A x fxfw -ff,-' ,ini .- K --I 5 x 1 x L Clif? X. XYS--N+4,L.,E. MQ-3.3, ,EAN-4--iff, fli l' mx" -x?J',',Zif-J NX, 74, fl fi f i A V 1 1 S N L Y.l-5.g.S ff- . 1:--if-L--------4 N. , W,-, L -,7,, ,, W , ,,..,Z- . . f,.e.,--14X-sL+,.-.gi,-2.LiiLr4 Tgifiua, "",,L.i1T,,,,t.',.Tf'1,gi1ta' Li. F ' ,1115""gg' ii' " 1 . , 'C ' :,,..: g - L l f- il il, ,. 1 l f V-. ,l K , , ,. . 1 Il, Ig get ,, mg! :YV ,ufi .X--. lv 1,- lti Ili wi!-'Q 3. .,. fx vi , vs I li- ,l li PY" 'l' . - .- l tagsziif The Season BUNCH of the boys were whooping it up down at the corner, and they had good reason to be in such a good humor for History had repeated itself. The Tech grey- hounds, under the leadership of one, Huggy Dance, had won the Southern Confer- ence Cross Country Championship for the second consecutive time. Slow in start- ing, Tech's hill and dale men gradually gained momentum, as the season progressed, and when the superhuman test came they were equal to the occasion, and the championship cup still rests within the realm of the Orange and Maroon. Just after the opening of school Coach Blair issued his call for the cross-country men. Soon the men were in good condition, and time trials were held to select the men that were to uphold and carry on the colors for Tech. Many were called, but few were chosen, and as a result of the time trials, Captain Dance, Treverton, Cooke, Ford, Hamaker, Smith, Mustoe and Bacot were selected for the training table. The Generals of Wlashington and Lee were the first of Tech's opponents. They came to Blacksburg with three letter men on the team and ran their best, but to no avail. Captain Dance led the way and broke the tape first for Tech. The final score was Tech 23, XV. and L. 32. The Harriers then dashed over to the University of Maryland encampment, but suc- cumbed to the Old Liners in three inches of snow and mud. Maryland was victorious by the score of 26 to 29. Captain Dance, as usual, ran his great race and broke the tape first, his time being thirty-one minutes and thirty seconds. Undismayed, the leather-lunged Tech greyhounds caught a rattler, and soon landed at Annapolis where they encountered the strong midshipmen. But the supreme effort of Captain Dance availed him naught, even though he ran the course in record time, finishing nrst and defeating Thomas, the Navy Captain, and their best bet. Dance lowered the record by 42 seconds. Cooke, Ayres, Hamaker, Ford, Smith and Treverton finished in the order named for Tech. The final score was Tech 35, Navy 20. Captain Dance groomed his men long and diligently for the Southern Conference Meet. Those entered in the Conference were Gorgia Tech, University of Georgia, V. M. T., Uni- versity of Virginia, Washington and Lee. and the University of Florida. XYith the experi- ence gained in former frays, Tech sallied forth to do or die. Roberts of Georgia Tech finished first, thereby giving his team a good start. Captain Dance of Tech outsprinted Rusie of Virginia and finished first for Virginia and first for Tech. Bacot finished in sixth place, Cooke sixteenth, and Treverton thirty-fourth, and Smith thirty-fifth. The final score was V. P. I. 33, Georgia Tech 33, but because V. P. I. finished more men ahead of Georgia Tech, the cup was given the second consecutive time to the Tech Harriers. Thus Tech finished another cross-country season in glory. Captain Dance, running the last time for Tech, finished first in three of his meets, and fourth in the Southern Conference. and was a great incentive to his teammates. To the other men are due lots of credit and we hope that they will carry on for Tech in the future. N! ' .'i, .ai . Lnuit- 279 l ,A ,W v ' lx -,.:.i':'-, , ' it l' Ter- -,Y ,, C If-7f?'?7f3T-1Qi-fx F ' I '--V. V ' , , yfffxk ag' , -, -..XXL-1,jQQ', :T 525 I.137fiQij' rf , C , ' D f f --'T-'?,-wif' ' "xiii gif'-'T 9' , ' ii lif' fl xg qgiy f , - I,--v:7,7.x ,W .Jr-, Y . , ,43J,,- 72,5 h - ,f ,x S -1.14 -' if f ff f ff - ,I , ,, L ,,,.--- , if -1 f4 ,' 1 J 1 ' 2 - .' ug,-.1-1!f,,jdl,, K .. 4 ,3- Q'--f-sL4A.4f,..:'..ii-iA:A-L,,fIH,f N Mg-f Wrestling, 1926 H. S. BARR .... ,. Capfmlz G. C. HERPING .... Coacz V. E. MILES .. .. Manaaer H. S. BARR Capiaiu U. of Virginia XV. and L. U. Y U. of N. C. .... . Davidson ........ V. M. I. ..... . 280 x - . C. State .... . RESULTS OF SEASON 0 Tech......... 12 Tech......... 6 Tech......... 12 Tech......... 6 Tech......... 16 Tech......... .-. Q.--fWQLi!fg:fS i 4',,-,. ll,-,l ww- ,fm , Xi .M in Q. - L LX, . ,,-. , xi .1 'i I? . .L V V J fi I is f"- The Q HE padded mat is put auav thc C3 K 3 tights of the grapplers 'ire pressed U . X -. 'fr-Q' 4 and stored away in the well- isk,--:'..1'.?:5fi ' i . . Season as F5 knoun cedar chest and Coach Herrins cauliflowered and mat- scarred veterans are resting on their laurels after a strenuous season. The Gobblers. laboring under a handi- cap, but nevertheless undaunted, started the season with a rush. XYhen Coach Herrin issued his call, he found only two letter men as a nucleus for his team. Deacon Line- berry and Buck Miles, of last year's cham- pionship team, answered his call. The Coach ' Rouzie, Faulkner, Ray, and Elsea. but before the was hard put to find men to fill the places of season was over he placed a team on the mat that caused the pessimists and wiseacres to elevate their eyebrows. To Blacksburg came the Bloods of Virginia, a highly praised team: and down to defeat they went before the Farmer-Soldiers. Making a clean sweep of all the bouts, the Farmer- Soldiers planted the Cavaliers to the mat and walked away with a 29 to 0 victory. Each grappling' Gobbler received a fall or decision over his opponent. Shorty Hargis made quick work of his man, putting his shoulders down in 58 seconds. Next the Gobblers went to Lexington and tasted defeat at the hands of the Generals of Washington and Lee, for the tirst time in four years, by a one point margin. The Gobblers piled up an early lead of eight points, but the Generals came from behind and nosed them out to a win of 12 to ll. Barr of Tech threw his man: Culpepper won a decision, Turner lost a decision: Hargis stayed atop his man to wing XYoolwine. Captain Tilson. and Holt, of XY. and L., all downed their opponents and cinched the victory for the Blue and XYhite. The Gobblers next went down into the Tar Heel State and split 50-50 in bouts with N. C. State and the University of North Carolina. In the nrst bout the Gobblers downed the VVolf Pack by a 15 to 6 count. Barr, Culpepper. Turner, Hargis and Downing won deci- sions for Tech while Miles and Lineberry lost decisions to the State grapplers. In the lair of the Tar Heels the Gobblers suffered a reverse and were defeated 14 to ll. The meet was exciting throughout, Barr and Shorty Hargin won decisions for Tech and Buck Miles tossed his big Tar Heel opponent. At home again, the Tech grapplers met the Davidson lYildcats and tamed them, 14 to 6. The first two Davidson entries gained a decision by a time advantage. Lawson, a 135- advantage, evening the count. Tech the lead. and then Big pounder. of Tech, held his man, and Downing secured a time In the light-heavy bout, Miles stayed atop of Vance, giving Fussell threw his opponent, cinching the victory for Tech. Then came the last meet of the season, and the gym was Flying Cadets from Lexington marched into town and out again, carrying with them the Southern Conference championship. In a meet that was exciting from beginning to end. and in which most of the bouts went into extra periods, Tech went down before the Cadets by a 16 to 11 score. Barr lost a decision to Captain lVhite of V. M. I. Culpepper lost by a deci- sion to Cadet Wiise and Peewee Lawson lost by a fall to Cadet Wiilson. XVith the horizon dark for Tech, Shorty Hargis came in and won a decision over his man. Barney Downing put up a game light but was finally forced to the mat. Fussell. wrestling in the light-heavy, won over Fields of V. M. I. Next came the best and most exciting bout of the evening. Our own Buck Miles and The Great Kulp of V. M. I., "the undefeated," locked horns. It was a great battle and the outcome was a toss-up until Miles sailed in. and secured some unknown hold. Kulp came down heavily and had his shoulders pinned to the mat, losing by a fall. NN'hen the final roll was called Tech had broken even in six matches. lVhen the S. I. A. A. team was picked, two of Tech's grapplers were named thereon. Shorty Hargis reigned supreme in his class. Buck Miles, by virtue of his victory over Kulp, had the heavyweight crown resting on his brow. Although the season did not end in a blaze of glory. we had a great team and great praise is due Barr, Culpepper, Ford, Lawson, Turner, Hargis, Downing, Fussell, Miles, Lineberry and others who gave time, strength and energy that the Orange and Maroon colors might be upheld on the mat. To Coach Herrin goes unlimited credit and we award him the palm ac- cordingly. His work was great and without his able tutelage our outlook would have been rather dark. crowded to overflowing. The 281 ' l i 1 uf? li , , TR ii! ' r ' 1 I . J V I ,:, fx---NX - '- i ' f '.- 'X-.T "e . 24-41 - "'Z1?---.i'Q'-gre . f gigs! , iff.-gf! r y , V . or-. Riff-J. ,' ' f .LT -Y ,X V Y . Y . T'aSg11ic,, f?e'efE-2:11-----5A1.: ii-1 ' i X me--14 1, new -, , Y..---f ff X 1 . 1 - 'f 1 , I 4 4.9.---1Q.f -ff'-fr' R -'-A-g4..L,,,,u,.4....il!-,,.Lff,.-ff --- -- -f - A-'F --N-if- 'Fl--.3 , CQIILZC Q----2 V -A ,, ,,,, vim , ,W , , ,JW Tennis, 1924 R. M. FINKS ,.., .... I. B. JONES ,.,,.,.,A i .Ln Concord Normal U. Of Virginia V. M. I. .........,.. . Hampden-Sidney Concord Normal N. C. State ......... XV. and L. ,..... . E. M. FINKS Capiain 282 RESULTS OF SEASON .. 0 Tech....... 5 Tech....... 0 Tech....... 0 K Tech,.,..., 0 Tech....... 2 Tech .... 3 Tech.....,, Captain .........C0acl1 1 6 ' YH-Y - .J-71-567 'T-Qiifn' A-Fiiiif 37 tn CD G3 1.1: co mi cr.: wi LCL- ff' +L ' -jjj----' w "Nj ' A ---I HF A .Ya Y - ,Y 7 Y-Y , Aigigi . in-4:-f rf lf 1- i f' . - - v -5- rx Q T- r ,' 'X " 'A' T .- l 'TFT T 17 'lj T B9 7, ' - " , Y. ' A 1 ' " E ' ff f 1 T: P 4 L .l L.. '.,' Lf L1 .LA A- S W1 - a.,..! J .J---5 - Maki.. .Ad Y. - . .f -Y Y- .- Y Y-4 ,M-3.11. gm., 5 rirfifir . fiffilii- " . '- X 'gli . M KH Y J gig! CTTTl7iTP,ffP. Daz- -----il:-,---l- - - - --we---7--,,-Z.1T53g5,11-?ETT.:..:gZ -ii - f' ' ' T T 1 1 1114 jfll it li 155,12 We-all ,bill tacit Will: lllxbilirf, 1QDilll: 'frwfflwl lgxgiii msn illbfdlf Effrtlli lit' lfYl' ,lwli lbw' QQ1 lille .wil ff,-ll gl ling, 1l'g,i 157' 'li gi 'lifjmiii l l if' I,1-,fl' llil an lilly'-lx K1--'Tlill S1 , t'f'l .H in The Season QQ' '-'- the sun shining dc-wn in all I V g ml 14 its Glory, the tennis courts in the V -'.:..: ' - ,.,: 5 ' '-f': , tg Q 4 ' -- -'L-fy: 5125: T Y b O E ,, ,ks . ' l 'E-. ' A -..' 1 rear of - um er ne -ar1 ac Qs NA TZ .t ,. ,',: ..- -I ,.. V H were the scene of a mighty strug- ' I I ,.,:. - -1, ' L ' ' gle. Cnach Jones had issued his A Q, 'fn ,, fi 1 ,ipj fi" call for all would-be Tildens. Johnsons. . , . 5 , l f' 7 ,sv g Richards, and Helen XV ills. and a goodly 1 1' Q 1 -,-'- 'ii' 1-.s number of men were trying hard for a berth X- LQ '1:- ? ::-a ,cx.,,,., 'Je on Tech's tennis team. After giving the ""-" t"XTI"Qgfg,'j assemblage the once over, Coach Jones f1if3:p" ' -ii'. -- ' "-1 found that he had a number of skilled men ' A to uphold the honor of V. P. I. before the V N13 A ,Q-11, net. After several weeks of gruelling ' 1 .. 4 -L practice, the squad was selected. It . was composed of Captain Pinks, Buck, Jones, Gayle, Baugher, Koontz, and Steinberg. As a preliminary to one of the hardest tennis seasons ever had, the Varsity engaged the Faculty team, and administered a 6 to 2 defeat to the professors. Captain Pinks, as usual, played a great game, and was ably seconded by his merry men. Jones of the Paculty, by great good fortune, registered a win over Buck in the singles, by a 6 to 4. and 13 to ll score. The first match on the schedule with Lynchburg College was canceled on account of rain. Captain Pinks and his merry men then caught a rattler for Athens, NV. Va., where they met and defeated the Concord Normal School, 3 to 0. Captain Pinks defeated Harlan of Con- cord 6-3 and 6-4 in the only singles match, and paired up with Buck in the doubles. defeated Harlan and Bird 6-1 and 6-0. Not to be outdone, Gayle and Steinberg won the other doubles match, 6-4, 5-7, and 6-1 from Wfoolwine and Holtord. Returning to Techland, the Gobbler net artists were administered their only defeat of the season by the University of Virginia, the final score being 5 to 1 in favor of the Cavaliers. The playing of "Bob" Pinks was a feature of the match. XYith the score 5 to 1 against him, Pinks came from behind and won in two straight sets, defeating Thurtell twelve straight games. Qblivious of the past, and looking to see what the morrow would bring forth, the Gob- bler net men lobbed, cut, dropped, and drove their way to a 6 to 0 victory over the Plying Squadron from V. M. I. Still going at full tilt, the racqueteers tamed the "Tigers" from Hampden-Sidney 6 to 0, and again shut out the Concord Normal boys by a 6 to 0 count. With four victories to their credit and only one defeat chalked up against them the Gob-- blers drifted down to Chapel Hill in the Tar Heel State and furnished one of the surprises of the Southern Conference. Captain Pinks, by virtue of his 6-1 and 6-4 defeat of Whitaker of the University of North Carolina, and his 6-1 and 6-2 victory of James of Georgia Tech, reached the semi-finals, but was defeated by Murray of Tulane, who finally annexed the cham- pionship. In the singles Buck also scintillated well. Our first doubles team, composed of Pinks and Buck, also advanced to the semi-finals by defeating James and NrVagner of Georgia Tech 6-3 and 6-2. They tasted defeat at the hands of Murray and Chamberlain of Tulane by a 6-3, 6-4 score. These men from sunny Louisiana won the doubles championship of the tournament. Undismayed by their failure to cop the coveted pennant of the Southern Intercollegiate Conference, the Orange and Maroon net artists trekked to Raleigh and handed a 5-2 defeat to N. C. State. In the last match of the season, Captain Pinks led his men against the Wfashington and Lee racqueteers, and emerged from the fray with a 3-3 tie with the Generals. Both teams were evenly matched and the struggle was fierce and wondrous to behold. Captain Pinks added another victim to his list when he downed Crenshaw of W. 8: L., 6-3, and 7-5, who was touted to be one of the leading net artists of the State. VVith four shut outs, a 5-2 victory and a 3-3 tie, Tech ended a most successful tennis season. Great credit is due to Coach Jones for moulding together such a tennis team. Captain Pinks, Buck Gayle, Baugher and Steinberg must be lauded for their great net work. With the ending of the season the curtain fell on the career of Captain Pinks, one of the greatest net men ever developed at Tech. He had lost only one match in his three years of playing, thus giving him claim to the title as ranking intercollegiate player. Buck, Gayle, and Jones also finished their career with excellent records. 283 - - -- -.age -.. -,x.- P ' f V' A. - - jamie -14,18 . s1gyZxg-ggi. - i Q f-A --4,5 .- 1, if-,jg -- .W - , X --.,:q, ,, -1-31.13 ax,-X- i. ,VVV i-.J-Awww, V V .J V i ' Qi 1.7v:,.,g-xg--te--,-.,,H-v ...- " Y. . , 4-f' N, , - , A ,CMN in -L-, L . a,Q-V, X., -Wx , , ,K N fx?- X L. ,t , , " ,-, -, jfii' . 1 - fp --11' l-X... iQ:i14-f--"ga.."' 4.4-'.f',lHff --Wig--fit.. --f' m- if-J-,-if-f f,,f W N Y' I Y ' W" f. kv .J Boxing, 1926 R. IJ, I-I.x1:51.xx ...... .,.,..,,,..,,, . . .,,,,,A,,, ., ,.A,,,,,,,, , ,, ,,,,- Captain R. T. RUIZ ........ ,.,,,, , -CQUCI1 E. BI. IIANDY ..,.... ,,,....,,......A.,,,,,,AA,,,,AA,,,,Y,,,,,,,,,,,, Y 4A,.- J 141110907- RESULTS OF THE SEASON W. L. L. .,,,,,.,,,,...,,..,..., .. . ,,....,,..,..A,, 4 Tech .,.,,,,,, 3 V. M. I. ..... , .... ...... . ......... , ......... .... l i T1-ch ....... 1 University of Florida .,........... .... 4 Tech ....... U 3 University of South Carolina ....,,. .... 4 Tech ..,,,,, A,-- 3 'niversity ........................ .... ....... -1 T ech ,...,..... ,..., .,...... ...,. , . ,,,,, 3 Ss: Wi are Catholic L If'4Q.',1f'45Qj,' ?3 U-1 3 ai, as x ..:.. HIS year. for the first time in its history, V. P. I. was represented by a boxing team. Under the guidance and leadership of R. D. Harmon, and on his own responsibility, the initial band of Gobbler pugilists donned the mitts and undertook a strenuous season. Although, from the standpoint of matches won and lost, the season was not a howling success: it marked a new era in the athletic life of Tech, and the birth of another array of athletes to uphold the honor of the Orange and Maroon. Rat Ruiz, ineligible to box because of Freshman rules. gave his entire time and etforts as coach in order to turn out a well- balanced team. ' The tirst meet of the season was with the experienced leather pushers of Washington and Lee. The Generals won, 4 bouts to 3, and the Techmen are due great credit for putting up such a good showing. V.bM. I., University of Florida, North Carolina State and Catholic University were then engaged in successive encounters. All of the matches were lost by the score of 4 to 3, with the exception of V. M. I. Here our more experienced opponents won by the score of 6 to 1. Captain-elect Dick Esleeck stood supreme in the middlewe-ight class. In five bouts he annexed four scalps, consisting of two decisions, one knockout, and one technical knockout. Pete Cardillo, in the flyweight division, was one of the most consistent winners for Tech. Pete won every bout except one, proving himself one of the most aggressive tigliters in the entire array of Tech talent. Doug Petty, boxing in the welter class, showed to excellent advantage in the early battles, but was forced to retire because of a broken linger. Vaughn and Young substituted in the remaining meets. Another consistent winner was Humphlett in the bantamweight division. This youngster improved greatly as the season advanced, and should be good material next year. Captain Shorty Harmon was a good leader, showing up well against capable and experienced opponents and managing with ability the affairs of the team. ' Otis williams and Joe Moss cavorted around in the light-heavy and heavy weight classes and gave a good account of themselves and deserve much credit for their pluck and determination. Much praise is due the members of the team and the entire squad for their hard work. With no experience, and with plenty ot hard work before them. the boxing team this year made a great showing and au excellent start towards a winning team for next season. .. .. 284 X -iiefeivsacmg . c e of ' ig--xxig Vg." i ' '4ZLf" ' as E IJIQM, , .ll To ol M11 lp l. l i 'l li If., 4 I 1 1 x fxx C' ,- 17' , L-Xyfl bfi ' 1,1 In I,""' Gig- ' I I "VX 4 I X'-1415! ,- -Q . if Rf!!! ffy XJLXH ,H x X I, X X13 IX:-ff! V 2 ff-f, ID wif 1' C1 10 x ff' 1 A "1' 11 , X RI'-3.3-Iw'fffi3.3'N if C' I. fifw X ,A fX,4:::f4f k 1 ' 'x qx f 'X XR f II I Vx kr " I f 1,21 1 I , s X "I, I I XX, --if , 3,5 IK " f' !'i.".f' I 1. fffl I 1 I. 5', 'IZLP 'SMI xx." la 1 'I 1 1 ,-.' A-, I--3. '. 1. 1:17,-r' 'Y ,1 ,I ff 'Rl X 1 .A f mag! J V, --'-fJ.v'I 1 1' 1 II If ' I ' I I X T 53 , , Us 1 pf 16 1 K! Xfwb I X ff ff? ,X L I . "nf I g I I ,-4 I -3 , ' ,7"" I ' I' I N , I J ' ,I I X I , I:"I :Xl I l V wflrl I I ' 47gF-J I I N , L I X 1 ' . 1 X I I 1 1' W , I 1 ' I I I E N I I I I I I I T-' XI N 1 , I , , , I I VI I I I I I I 4 R I 'I ,','1,I II .. .t +5 -L ,. L.. 1--1 4 .-V L5 1 1 LI 1,1 5' ' we j I-I f', "' 'I f"' i1 lj lf- Xfx ffI11I1 FM 1 1 IVII' 'mimi 'jf ,XX f I LA -. I ' ' 'w I A X xi I III'rI.I I? 11 I I I ' ' N xx 1-f , I N '..' ,I LI L QQ 1- Q - Q L 1" f S 1 -11 - , ..t-,,,..iIT5,, 1 CID V, 'x 4- pg -- .1 if .Wai - V , tg Q ' 5 Freshman Football, 1925 J. B. TXTCARTHUR ,,,.,.., H. B. REDD ,...,,,,. WV. P. XVILKINS ...... J. B. MCARTHUR Captain 286 ill' X' i::, U. of Virginia ............... -,. Bristol Virginia High VV. 81 L. Frosh ..............,. V. M. T. Frosh ....... ,. . ........ ..,. . .,..... C aptain RESULTS, OF SEASON Tech Tech Tech Tech ...... ,. . . ....... Coach Manager 40 0 IS 17 W., , Je frranrw , - '77 yy v 'Qi '4 'ffl ,flfi i J SQ V' i -rf- ." 3 , Ll ' W - -- - -f'-X gzg, ,,.,., z . ss, .l- L ,sl rv -,f qv-i .- ,, , gh! 5' 'A :fr .,. ., T. --' L - -- E, Lf L, .4 . V Y l , .lguf --- --N - rT-fir, r 15,1 f V-fl fl ,li t f-li lr I ffl ' 1 4. ,lc . rw " 5 'f fog.: XGA. l iff. T l,,,-gl llfx. ,,. WM: gloff' .. ,"s f +L. , - fm--- The Season doubt all of you have heard of Barney Google and his redoubtable Spark Plug, also of lxnut Rockneqand his thundering four horseman of South bend, Indiana, -I that set the football held on hre. But now. L-A-D-I-E-S and G-E-X -T-S, it af- fords me great pleasure to introduce to you Coach "Puss" Redd. and his famous V "'4' Pony Express, whose galloping cleated feet resounded as they spurned chalk line after chalk line, and tinally crossed the goal line for touchdown after touchdown and won the Freshman football championship of Virginia. Playing the strongest teams of the State, the Pony Express dashed around the end, through the line, and resorting occasionally to the air rout to score. and at all times presented a veritable stone wall to the opposition. And when the season ended. their goal line was untouched and virgin, even as the rose of Sharon, and the lilies of the valley. After weeks of practice, Coach Redd groomed his charges for the first dash of the season with the University of Virginia yearlings. They were no match for the Pony Express. In a game full of thrills, the Freshmen, under the guidance of Captain "Scotty" McArthur, playing quarter, uncovered a dazzling offensive that soon shoved Tomko. diminutive halfback, across the coveted line for a tally. Out for revenge, for last year's 34 to 6 defeat. the Goblets took the yearlings into camp by a 40 to O score. The line smashing of McArthur and McEver, the end running of Tomko and Peake, and the punting of Peake featured the contest. Still hitting on all six cylinders, the Goblets in their next game. vanquished Bristol High by an 18 to 0 score. The high school lads showed plenty of fight, but "Puss" Redd's chargers were too much for them. Peake was the star of the contest. crossing the Bristol goal line twice. VVith two scalps dangling on their belt, the Goblets dashed overland to Lexington, and on a snow-bound field played the little Generals to a O-0 tie. The Pony Express gained more ground than did the XV. Sz L. frosh, but the defense of the opposition was impregnable when their goal line was in danger. The game resolved itself into a punting duel between Peake of Tech, and Lott, of Washington and Lee. Having been stopped for the first time in their career, the Goblets journeyed back to Miles Field, and prepared themselves for the coming of the little lieydets. The V. M. I. yearlings fell in a gruelling struggle before the fierce onslaught of the Pony Express. Red Grange, the galloping ghost of Urbana did not have a thing on Frank Peake, except a red head. Taking the ball on his 30-yard marker, Peake eluded every tackler, and pranced 70 yards for a touchdown. Just after the kick-off. V. M. I. was forced to punt, and Peake once more clasped the ball to his bosom. and showing a neat pair of heels to all oppositiong again twisted and dodged his way 50 yards for another touchdown. Scotty Mc.-Xrthur ended Tech's scoring with a neat placement kick from the field. Thus the season ended in a. blaze of glory. The Goblet's front line, composed of Day, Nutter, and Chrisman on end, Hubbard and Hotchkiss, guards, Brown and Bailey, tackles, and Price in center, proved impregnable to all opposition. The Pony Express, composed of McArthur in quarter, Tomko and Peake, halves, and McEver at full, made the opposing lines look like tissue paper. Great credit is due Coach Redd for the smooth-working team he placed in the field, and for the record that his charges made. 287 , . ,V .f f e--X -if . l , LJ--a.,.c . .,. and,-f , . -fZ'QisX1- ' f . -an -L, . . , E XX . J oQ-4149, ffe:-vig--'X-4 . ,. 'XSslsfH:.:,..c" if C1z5f'Q1,1 P 4- o Q .jfifew-SZQ2i..i,Li'fe"'f " s- .. 1 P i Q..gMgfg1---31.315igef'K' Jjifff f -4-X.,-, Srw, .. ---S +l5 S FT . . T w Y- 47T iq. -,-g ,3 Freshman BasketfBall, 1926 I. LooNEY .,..... ....... ....... ......... C' a p tain H. B. REDD ........ Y... .,...... C 0 acl: J. BAGBY .... ......,... ll Iazzager RESULTS or SEASON Roanoke High ..... Lynchburg High ..,.. H. M. A. ....,.......... . Bluefield Lollege ....,....... ......,. Bristol Virginia High Roanoke High .................... ........ Potomac State School Bristol Virginia High John Marshall High ....., ........ R. M. A. ..........,...........,.. ...,,.. . F. U. M. A. ................... Shenandoah College ...... X- . M. I. ......................... .... Z O 2 -Sw S ' -Ri -e --r -YL., L., S.. Tech Tech ........ ....... Tech ........ ...... Tech Tech Tech Tech ........ .... . Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech l C .-.1 ip: lr- " - -,mg The Season OACH 'APuss" Redd has again turned out a championship freshman team. His freshman football squad was one of the athletic wonders of the South and the basket-ball team has duplicated its perfomances. This wonder team emerged from i'Si"::' "": T: a hard season of thirteen games without a single defeat. The masterful coaching of "Puss" Redd: the untiring team work of the Frosh: the support of the entire corps were the three factors that produced the winning team. The Goblets opened the season by taking on the fast Roanoke High team and emerged on the long end of a 27-18 score. The Frosh took the lead early in the game. although the visitors rallied and came back strong in the second stanza. The Goblets held their lead and even added to it up to the final whistle. The second game, with Lynchburg High. was probably the hardest on the schedule. The score was tied over a dozen times, with both teams righting hard for the lead. The Goblets found the basket nicely near the end of the game and the fray ended 24-22 in favor of the Freshmen. Hargrave Military Academy next fell before the onslaught of the Freshmen. The game was rather slow, ending 15-10. The Freshmen quintet next took on Bluelield College and trounced the Mountaineers 51-37. Tennessee High school next contributed a game to the record of the victorious Frosh. The Goblets opened up a remarkable offense, and won, 33-21. The conquerors then journeyed to the Magic City where they again defeated the Jeffer- son High School lads, this time 37-16. The Potomac State game. next on the schedule, was the only game in which the visitors led at the end of the first half. The Frosh came back strong in the second spasm, easily overcoming the lead and won 32-24. Then came Virginia High and Tech piled up a score of 51-29. Rice, star Tech forward, shot 10 field goals. The guarding of Captain Looney was impressive. John Marshall High School next fell before the Goblets and they still retained their slashing offensive. The score was 40-31. The Freshman quint's next victory was over Randolph-Macon Academy. Coach Redd ran in his second string men and defeated the Academy men 36-11. Fork Union Military Academy put up a game tight. but fell before the Freshmen, 43-24. Captain Looney registered 17 points. Shenandoah College added their scalp to those at the belt of the Goblets, falling by the score of 42-25. Then the climax of the season. the thirteenth and last game with the undefeated V. M. I. freshman cagers at Lexington. lt was a great battle and the Goblets returned with the scalps of the Baby Flying Squadron at their belt. 32-26 was the score and it was the finish of "a great season" for "a great team." The men comprising the squad were: Hutchins, Looney, Jacobs, Brown, Deck, McEver, Rice, Mattox, Nard, Paddy, Sullivan, Lincoln, Peake, and Edwards. These men are all great lighters and great basket-ball players. To them and to Coach Redd goes the praise for turning out such a wonder team. 289 fr---.rx - -- . f 41 X-,xx 1 i, . . , 23- 121125-es, ,r f- - 'S--. "--4 ff -- x- r ' '--Xjxrl .. K LV. V, - - 'oe-..TX- " . f -2, Q, rr- -- 1, V W , ,, ix,---W - ,K ' f.,.,,g'--X Lnjf - WI, --' T . - ,,,,xfJXX- Nw,-,A I my W, I A lgxfw sl!! LXJJ, 'H--5g 3----we.c-s,a..,-, f - ,ff .K -- x 1 ,,f-if rf " c g W, W, .,, ,,,,,,,-W7 W Y YYY, M Y 77777 Y, VY V,AA-'inJ,7n,L,,,,T,D,1,+,lAg,- -514 4273 1 77, MC , T ... W, Y-, ,,, ,,,77v---,, ...-. -,.Q,,,?' A , 1 ?-,.,,Y,.+ , .,,, ,Z Freshman Baseball, IQ25 H. B. REDD .......,... XV. A. XYILLIAMS Bluelielcl College ...,.... V. M. I. Frosh ...... XY. 8: L. Frosh .,..,..... Shenandoah College ..... Chatham .,,..,,,,,.,.,,..,., U. N. C. .......,.. . Virginia High ..,.... A. M. A. ................ .. Pocahontas High ........... Roanoke High ..,,..,,,..,,...,,.,.., Randolph-Macon Academy .-X. M. .-X. ........... ............ . . RESULTS OF SEASON .FW 5 fffff 13 . ,... 5 3 7 4 fffff 6 5 7 x 6 6 2 Tech Tech ........ Tech Tech Tech ,..,... Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech W V, fig, K. -X X X-5,-fy ' . N-pc C cg xfjfffjlf --,nf "---' . L' X - X . S ---,, -M. -5 - -4..x..,,A-x khan, , X .N s .A'.x. 14, f-dd-!,,,f .........C0acIz Mazzagcv' 15 1 6 4 2 5 2 'fl 6 ll 4 7 ff 1 1 fl cm tl W yi! .f .,, MC, Cu D-. . , 7 QQ, ,, gif? f'f--t T 1-T E Y if -r re . W .fjf A A 'gg 'F 1 Z e-Liffjf7Qi2Q ,ef ci A l is 'TTTT fa- - V' v ,.g5A,,,..,gg.ig:.. rifrrer 'mel fig ' he -Y f' fi. EE A 1 ll 1 l ti it " eq, fl The Season HE pitcher poised himself and sent the horse hide twisting through the air. It landed with a thud in the catcher's mitt as the batsman fanned the breezes and is the Freshman nine, under the guidance of Coach Don Rutherford, started off ' the season right by trouncing Bluefield College, 16 to 1. Frye, the Goblet Moundsman, A allowed only six hits while Saddler, Rider, Rutherford and Pearman smote the apple all K over the lot for Tech. In the second game of the season with Roanoke High, the Goblet diamond artists played A well at first, but weakened in the closing innings. and tasted a 7 to 4 defeat. Crockette, on r the hurling hill for the Roanokers, held the Rats in check after the fifth innings while his teammates pounded the pill and came from behind to win. f Next came Randolph-Macon Academy, and in a game that was nip and tuck, with first one side, then the other in the lead. The boys from Bedford managed to push over the most runs, and the Gobblers met their second defeat. S to 7. Departing from Blacksburg, the Goblets hit the road for games with the Little Generals, Shenandoah College, and Augusta Military Academy. Bad luck followed them, and in a poorly played game bowed before the Little Generals, 13 to S. Against Shenandoah College at Dayton, the Freshmen played their best game of the trip. They made nine hits to S. T. C.'s eight, and played errorless ball, but the Daytonians won, S to 4. Still carrying on, they met A. M. A. at Fort Defiance. and once more suffered defeat, this time 6 to 1. Frye pitched a great game, but the Goblets could not hit Foillard, the A. M. A. hurler. Back on Miles Field the Goblets again met their XVaterloo at the hands of Chatham Train- ing School by a 3 to 2 score. A muddy and slippery held contributed to the defeat. Smart- ing under this defeat, the Goblets next met the strong Frosh team from the Tar Heel State. Burner twirled good ball for the Rats, but the Goblets lacked the necessary punch to score enough, and the U. N. C. Rats won by a 7 to 5 score. Undismayed, and still fighting, the Goblets next engaged the strong Virginia High School team, and after a hard struggle, succumbed by a 4 to 2 score. Next came A. M. A. on the home grounds, and in a hard-fought battle, the Rats held the boys from Augusta to a 6-6 tie. In the last game of the season, the cohorts of Coach Rutherford showed a complete re- versal of form and ended the season in a blaze of glory by defeating Pocahontas High School, 'L W ll to 5. Every man played his best and the Goblets were rewarded with victory. Although the season cannot be called a shining success from the standpoint of the number of games sl, won and lost, the young Gobblers fought hard, and they are due much credit for their spunk and untiring efforts. Credit is due Coach Rutherford for the tighting spirit that he instilled W in his men. To Frye, Burner, Rutherford, Pearman, and Craig are due much credit for their i 1, good work on the diamond. FAX, . F T , gf 291 'E f -Na fag g-'W-4 ,gf?3QQ,i2f+fei 7 t, 531 ofa ' D5w5XW fmt f 1- ,,g,.f!j Q, ll F X 'Wm'-ff-f r .'e.a-1'r'g.X.Q.. w A "ffl, 7 P" ,fciff X Y' , Q H7 ii A J fi, r N .- ,av g - .. . e-.-.... ir.,-gc-. ef' f 4' Q, f' ,ff ,A V, ijng7,- "f, ,lf i-,N-Y. -- in-f- .fb 'f-,ww , L LL4 U3 Q - ,VI,"' !,,.'NN,l7:j1:1f CJ. Q1 U v- ru 1 'nv .1 V lo G3 G3 ' Y b-f 1 - ,f-. L ff- N A I-iii? ,Ang gIl'IfQ'Q.i'T T- . . , - - LS. v u j' ,-, TV f- 1-. S v L Y., I, if L . Q w f 2. in Y 1 Q 2. 6 -f - 1 - - Y xLLl, lm A. J. .AL 3.4 ,LJ fx., VE f L - X V . --A---T-,,...-Iva., A Jus-XAH . gmi JM- ,Li-L -:ul . , .,, V .J 5 ,ami E. B. MILLER ........ A, ROBERTS, JR. G. B. Bowuzs ,. Roanoke Hlgh ........ ...... Bluefleld College V. M. I. Frosh ..... VV. and L. Frosh . Freshman Track, 1925 RESULTS OF SEASON 56 35 55 57 Tech ...,... Tech..,..,. ...... Tech....... 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N, . - SSW.. -f . .S S .ff SJ, V24 S., .1 xxx X Nm !xXN A:, I, J , fjxax ff SLN3,-4,:,53,. .,1,,,f-"I" L-gl i .1 t t.: 1 - i -Y Wjcgci .D Us Gig m in in .LD Q- CD X , , L TZ. 45"'i'iT:S ' "A Leases, :M ,L f F. 'r ,. ' T H E ' B U Q. L E ef u- 3 jg, V' 1 . y gg, H H- ' T-fe-1-2.-Amee,--umafm-miigigggxgifQffliigiis 'imciiiig' r N253 fiblif i ,X "N, jf 5 The Season 7f I j NY: . "To the victor: belong the spoilsf' Q f:'f.,',jf"QglI4"f' HUS be it known to all men that since the freshman ruling went into effect, the Rat ,Egg Track Team of 1925 was the first to go through a season without a defeat chalked up against them. ' b ,V "W ""' """ Y ' With the heralding of spring, Coach Roberts sent out a lusty call for freshman speed artists, and a goodly number responded. After putting the large squad 'grill through numerous work-outs, he discovered that he had quite a number of men who would cause the stop watches to run wild, and the field judges to tear their hair, as they endeavored f M to record the various records. After weeks of practice, during which numerous time trials NNY 1 ,l were held, Coach Roberts picked his men and Mr. E. B. Miller was chosen to lead the Goblets 9 into the fray for Tech. Egg: The first meet of the season was with Jefferson High of Roanoke, and the contest was fast and furious. The final outcome of the fray was in doubt until Miller broke the tape for Tech in the 220-yard dash, the final event of the day. One of the features of the after- ,kjig noon was the toss of the discus 123 feet 4 inches by Lund of Tech, which broke the Varsity record. This meet proved the metal of the Freshmen, and they won nine first places. Miller 'jg V was the star of the meet, winning first place in the 100 and 220-yard dash and out-distancing if all opponents in the broad jump. The final score was Tech 6l, Roanoke High 56. The Goblets next journeyed to Bluefield and swept Bluefield College off' their feet, de- lifi lf feating them 64 to 35. Miller was again the high point man for Tech, taking first in the 100 li and 220-yard dashes and placing second in the broad jump. Lund also did his stuff. tossing WCG, 3 the discus 137 feet and 4 inches. With two scalps at their belt, the Goblets then journeyed to Lexington and in a fast and furious fracas, where the feathers fiew, downed the baby fiymg squadron, 62 to 35, The meet Wjfqtjff. was exciting and close throughout, but the Goblets held a stiff punch in reserve. and cinched 'f fig? the meet, capturing seven of the twelve first places. Lund took first place in the shot put and the discus: while Miller, Hutcheson, Beverley. Cook, and Preston also succeeded in captur- ing first places. Xabors of V. M. I. was high point man with 15 points to his credit. elf, I Tech's speed merchants next proceeded to defeat the Little Generals of XYashington and wil A Lee in the last meet of the season. The score was 5951, to 5756. The game was nip and tuck and hotly contested although the held was muddy. Lund, Fussell, and Moss drew first blood ffcliiflx for Tech by placing first and second in the shot and discus. Miller and Ilgenfritz showed 'lf9jij'i their heels to their opponents, and placed first and second in the 100 and 220-yard dash, re- spectively. Hutcheson won the 440, and Rosenberg and Preston tied for first in the pole vault. Reardon, of Wvashington and Lee, was high-point man with 25 points. The season was a great success from every viewpoint, and brought out men that will fill the places left vacant on the Varsity by graduation. Captain Miller proved a capable leader, ': ,Qfff and was high-point man for the season with seven first places, one second place and three if third places to his credit. Lund ran him a close second, with Hutcheson third. Xvith such ll ijfli men as these, along with Preston. Rosenberg, Ilgenfritz, Johnson and others, there is little rvimder of success. No little credit isfduetliirge Roberta fxolr his ekpeft cfozlching. and Gob- ,jtig e s, we are expec ing you to carry on or e range an i aroon in ie u ure. fl k NN? f lg W5 li- life-if' L ff -iff if 293 C 2 rr4-1Qf7 -215, gxisxg L J h A Yi A T- i, V ,V'- ,'.. 7 V .gg Qgjrff, aff 1 V ,sf is K 'ir' N4 , f . ,..,7f-ff- ,. , 1 'Q tg ,V in ,MC ,X WI, . ,-,siffligg X. -1 'K fx ,ffiff - lv ,ANDERSON DE.AR S CHEER LEADERS Esprit De Corps ITIIUKTIPUIVOO Hullabaloo, Genack, Genack! Hullabaloo, Genack, Genack! NN'ah hee! wah hee! Look at the man. Look at the man. Look at the Virginia Tech Man! T110 Holm' Hokie. Hokie. Hokie Hig Techs, Techs! Y. P. l. Sola-Rex, Sola-R212 Polytechs, Yir-gin-ia: Ray! Rye! Y. P. l.! Team ! Team ! Teznn! TAPLES llvlifa' Cuz' All-U-lb-O-0 Allen-0-O-O .-Xl-l-O-O-O-O Y P I' X. P.I.!! Y. P. l.! !! TE.-X M! TEAM Tech T1'z'1111zf1lz just watch our men, so big and active, Support the Orange and Maroon. Let's go, Tech! XYe know our ends and backs are stronger, llfith winning hopes we fear defeat no longer, To see our team plow through the line. boys, Determined now to win or die. so give H Hokie. Hokie, Hokie, Hi- Ray Ri old Y. P. I. 294 ! TEAM! .AQ M 1K Aix M514 X X X If if fx X 5 'K I 7 f X MGX , B ,B V +, , f 43 1 VX I A fix Rx LQ X ' l 0 ,J 1 K 1 ,VO oo Y , 'U x X1 f U O OL 7, .17 Q qvleuzv GHIIIES i K' Goocmnn 9,7 .le ,jj fix N ,5QfQQl X' ' ' R l Q x Q5 x . LJ! 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P1'0scc'1zt1711g -ifforfzry E, A, BIRD ,,,,,,., ,,.,.,,,, A inf, DL'-fL'1ILfZ'llfy -'lff0l'llC-X' 297 R ..k . . , ,,-,lr r Nxs iw fn, 1- X -, ' Xu N1-y K w ' -- AY x--XG . i3lQ34-,5-1 Q if-7 ,Q1--'kr 44, ...ij , 4 ' X,Q.-,1i.xd-Q. 5- rv' -N--T , Y, -X Q-.4..' f -'i ., ' 3 X 'iAWw'i'J:'J Llf-"g,LT..--ffl ff ' ' ' fY,,,! 1-W: Executive Committse E. R. GAINES, Chairman Seniors M. T. JEFFRIES F. XV. HOLLY J. A. IQLINE Ju1z1'01's J. M. JEFFRIES -I. N. BOND E. M. HLANDY Soplzomorcs F. D. PITTS XV. C. HUDGINS E. XV. HLYTCHESON F'1'cslzmc1L R. P. IQELLY A I. B. MCARTHUR F. XV. PEAKE R. B. SKINNER ............ ................................................... ..........., P f 7'0S6'CZl'f'il'Z'g flttomcy VV. XV. IQAVANAUGH .......,....................,................,............................................ DEf6lZdil1vQ flttoruey 298 Sulbsllixecuiive Qommittee M. VV. COUSINS W. A. WILLIAMS E. A. BIRD ,.,.....,,...,,, . R. D. MICHAEL ......,... E. M. HANDY ,.., . J. S. Moss .............. 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C. STRICIQLAND . SCALES L. A. SH.-XXX' P. H. SMITH A. G. TUCKER R. Lf TURNER C. R. XX'OOIm'ARD XX'. L. ZALN pf-Cstfxx " T'-... M X A ,- f - -Lf,-L1-. x A-gY L ffiifs X, RQ-1.1.1 , fkzffkx -QQ L. k"2. XM'-4 ,- X ff, N " ' " 1':-AQ 'fav' 11 . . ff fxx g .M-3 fr iw:-.ie L A-.. . A .4 - ..,L.,. xx, 'KQV f' ' 1' 'z' A""vfT"?i"' 'MC '.iLff'flY! X 9 g . ,,,5.S--fiigff ....4..m-U-Af 2-,I2 f , I,,, ,L -L.. .-XIlIZl'i'f 'Tir' Lugz, 7. . 1 - 1 f 1 C. 1:13 - Cx I7 . if lj ' 4-'71 A i::.tf:fW-M--- E. E. LAY ...,.., .. C. C. LAWSON .,.,... M. M. PRICE ..,,.,,. J. T. ALLEN D. M. :XLEXANDER E. A. BIRD E. J. CONRAD R. N. CRAJC. H. R. CROCKETT J. S. CORMACK R. CARICE M. M. DUNCAN G. A. DUNCAN P. H. DEHART J. B. DENT J. B. HASTY R. D. HARBIAN V- S J,-W 'fvyf Y L.. - J , , .-4. OMLETTRWCSIE Virginnim CCHUTD L. P. HAYES XV. L. HARGIS NY. R. JACKSON J. R. IQEMP J. A. IQENNY J. P. TQING H. H. LINEBERRY E. B. LEWVEX' K. E. LITTON T. A. LAVVRENCE R. R. LEXNVIS J. MORGAN J. L. MOSS R. MEEK I. . 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CATHER XV. S. COHAN J. F. COMPTON XfX'. R. CRABIL D. L. CLANAHAN R. D. CHEXX' XV. J. DICKENS H. E. DENNY XV. N. DIANNER S11 C B C C. A H. G. E. I. C. F. H. L I. D L. M. 'HKBHLGLHLHIHIOGLHH V HHHEY CCHM C. FL'N1cHOL'SER L F.-XNSLER XY FRANK E. FELTXER R. GREEN K GREEN D. GREY M 1-1.-XRRIS O. HARDESTI' A. H.-XDEIY H. JACKSON D IKLERFOOT B. ISLAGEY M. KUNREL L. KINNEAR L. KOONTZ XY. LINN S. M. BI.-XRTIX F. L. MCNAIR XY. C. MILLER E. B. RIILLER F BIOHLER E. C. NORMAN E. R. NICIQELL F. XY. MORRIS S. S. OBENSHAIN H. XY. O'DONXELL I. B. PRIXGLE XY. H. PAYNE O. XX'. PAGE I. P. REILY M. E. ROTHOEB C. G. ROTHGEB I. L. ROTHOER .......... .... P resident ...............I'fu'-Pwsidcazt Scurelary-Trmszzrcr .........Sfrrgcant-at-Aruzs D. R. ROLSTON B. N, RICE C. F.. RICHARDS F. XY. SMALTX' J. C. S1-ROTHER . C. SUUDER . H. SXXHXNK F. G. SHEEHI' XY. XY. SPROVL XY. F. SRINNER I. M. TLSING I J C. R. SHLLER H. P. XYADE H. H. XYAY1' XX7. L. XXHLLIAMS O. L. XYILLIAMS X4-X5-L ,, A ' ' if-'V LX Ii, . . 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X RS THE SKIPPFJ V an m tn I. - CD G5 as an CD ET CD D K ' fikgqiifiixlifwwf f Y X. , ' . "' . ,V In CRX'-BFRQTN MCI? ' PT H E ' B LI G L E ' I 9 2, 6 I ,. ffl. C E13wgbfef-qlIg1,1'j,.A'G?,7'TNI,I' I P l '. , 'Q x A 5-Xywff I Ib-.I ':-V A it' , A T ev-M W- QC E -fisgfefgfi3I,3Ig3.'x55g gselflf -I7 'UI ...E ...:.m--..es4.Ig::.qIg I I 1-I I x. IIN . xg II xI TIIILXQQ I, INNER ,I XVIII. I IQEII I 351 I TII SIE , , Li I. M , ce Ippceirs ,.IQ,I. ' il ' . II If' j!5.,T- 'i Founded on the principles that if a quart is not enough, drink a gallon. II WT 5. I iii.: li Motto: Kant Keep Korn. ' ' ' I 53 Flowers: Corntlowers and Red Noses. Song: "Show Me the Way To Go Home." ' I Qi I if 'I Ii Colors: Black and Blue. . 1 :xy If , ffjlg SKIPPER AND CHIEF MATES ggi? ,3 DEAN BIRD ........... .....i................................. I? CUT Admiral and Chief Bartendrr PAT WILLIAMS ....... ................ 0 moifll Tastvr and Head Bootlcggcr Q ' DICK ELLIS ....,............ ..... 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H earl Bouncer and Bungstarim' .n lb I' THE NIERRY CREXV W, If I II "Anchor" Acocli "High Priest" BIILLER I I I I II "Backwater" BAGRY "Mizzentop" BIILLIIISEIC lllgf If "Boat4Hook" BENNETT "Marlinspike" DIITCI-IELL ri fi "Booze', BONDURANT "Mains:1il" BIOHLER II "Boatswain" BURROYV "Meridian" Moonx 3 VN I I II "Bilgewater" BROOKING "Midshipn1an" IIORRIS I :Q "Capstan" Clmsox "Pig" NUCKOLLS 5 I If "Chink" CLARK "Brutei' OEIILER IIT if If "Crows-Nest" COAIER "Overboard" OLIVER xN.- I . f "Cargo" Cox "Pluto" PALMER 'II ' "Diver" DIDNT "Port Hole" PATTERSON ' il -I "Deck-hand" DEW "Prexy" PRINGLE I 1 "Dirty" DURFEE "Rowboat" RAWLS .1 "Fish Feeder" FARMER "Rudder" RIDINGS ' U I I "Freebooter" FLETCHER "Rough Rider" REIGEII "Foremast" FITZGERALD "Rough House" ROGERS SI QQ- A "Galley-Slave" GARRI-:TT "Rolling" RALSTON I 1 "Growley" GREEN "Crawler" ROTENBERRX' II I "Gatling Gun" GILLINGW.xTER "Red Cross" RICE W IQ 5:3 y "Gangway" GREY "Seasick" SIITTHEIIIVHITE I "XG I1 "Gunner" GUDHEIAI "Smokestack" STEVENS . ,xi I I '- I "Galley" GFTHRIE "Stoker" STAKES A vlj I' id I I ' "Heave-Ho" HARGIS "Side Straddle" STUART ' fx, 1 V ' -f I ' "Hangman" PIARRIS "Torpedo" TANKERSLEY I, If I "Half-Mast" IIIATTON "Turret" TAYLOR I' X Vpe I "Jib-boom" Jricrqsox "Tin Horn" THOMPSON .IN I U I ' "KI-ab" KI-:LLAR "Waterworks" WALDROI' 1 U W3 H. I I A 'I "Killer" Kooxrz "Wiper" WILIIINS I fxff I, . I L'Ligl1t House" Lmvsox "Whaler" WILSON I I . 9 ' I - "Larboard" LAWSON "Winlass" Woon I .IN M I ' U I "Mud Duck" BICCLOUD "Water Wagon" YVORLEY 1, , , I ' "Main Mast" BICGHEE "Wriggler" WRIGHT J 'X-YQ is I , "Bull" IIIETCALF 'KYGOIIZIZIHH YOUNG ,I I Iqg I' .Y ., Y . , I I .Ii ' egg XOUAGER If , TQ? , I , A X I I I I ORNERY MENIBER I , . lr I. I I ' "Little Joe" TWITTY IIXV' I' . - 1 Q , 'I 'B . Losr AT SEA ISIN IQ A 1 , V 'wtf I I . W. A. BRUMFIELD C. 4. ' ' fi Qfyilf I4 C. C. FUNKHOUSER K. 4. ' Q II' ,II ij ' A A. J. GRAY ' G. B. DIEREDITH I IFR I: - I J. P. KING C. W. PUIIPHREY : I T 5" I I I I W. R. WALTER ' A fix, . I I 333 QIFQII1 A I , V I' I I ' I TTI I I X ' , H -ffm' Tj! ,.., gp, mg, XI. I - - - .. - ...Ziff 9'-M.,--1i'f,f"",fl. g 1 " ' -QW . . L-- - A fa' TYIFI IN "jL 3!f VM wi - . I 'fwfr U vi , .f,f ,J f I ,' :lg V ' ' - . . A - A ' X X , SATTERXVHITE POWERS .,.A, POWERS .... SKINNER NES-BIT .,,,.. LOLE ,..., .......,.... SATTERWVHITE ........ HAM MIT ,.,.....,..,. BRUMHELD, JR. ..,,. . Vo Po lL, fC0HHQgiamS L- TJ' Manager' ........,Di7'ECf0l' .....Rccds .,..,RJ3c'0'.9 ,....Refds Tuba , .... Banjo Trumpet Trumpet MILLER ............ .. ....,... Trombone GOODMAN, JR. ..... .......... P iano Booz ,.,...., .,,,, , ....,.. Traps 334 - ---M, ., -- ,,,fX f- -, , X, V' . ,K o xx, x ,V , 1 H-,V gnxnr Y . , g.. -o ,X M, RRY fr, K, - . , . , x - X M AV M--x' ' L X . x 1 . .px-L' ff' xxx XXX . .F . x .MJ .L-,.,f ll,f! X "' f Qi,-f - 1 wi A ir 1, X ,Mft if, 1' -1 LW 1 N I W Xa X 1 '5 fr -f H Y J, WM. V., ' x " H' " c'1iL"C1Tl1'HX"t','xKixfi.,-af-.-Xfxxxi-iiirsigii Q! 15 R sevix , rf fS I, f X ,WLHZX --'X l '-X f n TV H-Us -V E. M .xx ' MQ , , ,X M if uf,-'xxx ,xxx WM 1 Fw 1 ,. I f X I, PCX Q XX 5 "hx I " ,uf ' XX 1 4 .fx uw. Ax- 3 wk . 'Y !! , 'z N f XM P1 - Num X u ' ui 'QA ll xy 'X X MTN! Qi 4- I 3 pl A-.P ' , X E 1175 I I K, evpggx X-ff' f i a if 'X ' ' 1 'N H' -X 4 , 1 ,M X4 , Mil? 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IQREIGER ..... G. GOODMAN A. XVILLIAMS ..,.... F. STAKES ......, 3 Editor-ixz-Chief ...,.......4ss0ciate Ed'ltl'0l' ,issoviatc Editor Edifqr .4tl1Ictz'c Editor Plzofograplzic Editor N -:Pj . W., -1 ' 1 -l 4 4 . ,-,! ,,i..f T 'I' 1-Q ' Y J'-X - xg ' v- --- vw ,-.,.,,,,,, L C13 - CD CD' I' CU w 17 i E fr-Q-. V- A . 5'- v T if-.. . " ' gin' Y '- ."'7N-K' -' . lx V v uh-L .. - g- X 'V .Al -- - , iw- 'f - - '- - 1 r - V -- ,L ,L v ' Viv 5 -. 1 X X R Lffj- ' f - ' x X 414,--Wig ' A - -- .- - ' Q X ' .J if "Z,i't:-'-i-W. . i A71-lgifn WA, Y XV 7"?T'f- ' " Y. 7+ W, YMYAWY J n i Y 4 V .V-A ..,,...-..g.,'H-, T:m?,,, . , ,K g H Y, V IAKQN. pxxxl: ' ' km C153 km, mam! pc x, kjx qf5Qw5 lhzuf N.-1! WV Wifi. + '50 xlfjksxft PffJ,? F g P w FL' F7 X1 ff 1 ' rf! TL J 1 ' Pc' i'Fw,+ xh,-W, FNT' 4 1, ,H ,QP TW V-.xx . MT,- ,yx ' ,V x p. . M f ' W, 1: g ,IA X , ,rx-,f g T-.QL 'W ,V IL' .1 N ,V X. V 1 -Lf Q I QL xr ' x ' ,1 1, f- 'J Q , Q1-Z", TPL! Rf 'Exif 1 X1 1: MQW 'q .1 V u- w NJ l. 'M XL, ' 1- rf' + if Lx .1 f- ' RFQ N 1 , pR!4l VBYLJ , . A 'N vi i W V ff FK-Wy: , r' X ' . K K Ergrfg-,xi fp, S1 Y NHL-11,27 QLQ-'Yu ' ,' L'2-"f1"fiT,22p3- www? ., 11 ff L45 5 4 XM 'QRTA--. lylwf --Q46 , m?E ' : 4 -ztbwx ' 5igl-'xg . Y , .,, .. - - 1:1 4, ,V ' ' ,J-327 4211 gZ3?w W L 51-f1:4ef3,gi,ii---1' , f L if f 'f J ' 1' 'F V. .,-f g V Xl Qiijjaiflff '- X jr! ' ,L.4 , - - . V A., mg, K-,L --A ,-J L- l W 4 K iv X fy L, .1 12' ,X A . n Z' 7- - - -- f--- f -v-- -A ,fx A fa , ., , 1 , V ,-. . . Vs , 4, 5 ,.J JM ,- J U T1 7, ,, 1 -17 ,sf --ff AW- --1-f-1 f 1 f- - -.V -,---- --4--gr-ff---f -P wr! 'X ,..... .. . , .Y.,--,- ... ...-..........4, ..,s,,--,-, , Ei 4 ff f 'Q 2 V Q: ,Hi ,FT T ,H f A T542 E gi Q 01 71 ' ' 1 N 7 1 1 s ff, fi Busmess Staff of the 1926 Bugle HT. P. IQING ....,,A, .............,................,. B zzssizzess Manager I. BAGBY ....,.,,.,, Associate Bzzsiness .Manager J, XV. Moss .Y....., ...... , ..Ass0cz'ate Business Manager E, R, GAINES ,.A,.s.. ..,................. . id-Ucrfisifzg IVICYIZUQQI' XV. P. XVILKINS .........s,,s .....,... A 40'-z'e1't'issi1zg Manager ' XV, XV, IQAVANAUGH ...... .,..,.,,...,,..,,,,,.. S alas llslalzagm' E, A, BIRD ,,,,,,......,A,w,w,s .................. S ales JVfC'l'lLGgCI' E. A. DAVIS, IR. .... A...... C 'ZfI'Cl!IUZ'fO7'L lVIfmag01' F, XV, HOLLX' ,,,s,,, ,,....,.,. C 1-1'CIlIUfl'0Il, JlLl'a-:za-gcr B. F. HOGAN .,.,. .................. ,........ P I zvotogmplzzk ALIUILUQF7' ' sV,. J SSS l ss ss s fig?--fjfff A - A-Zgii-ii . f s x ' r gag,-,Ld , iTv-,-'Pk 'x.! Vv If , NN 1 X 1 111 AI 1 ll ,1 E1 1. 3 1 11 nl H H I 1 1 Zi J X . 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'IN-Sf-Wfllllf .-Ithivtir Editor R. B. SKINXIG1: ....... ......... I ssucialtv Editur 1'. R. D.xm.1Nr: .... ., ...... .....,,,.,,,,..., 4 Iumni Editor R. II. IIHGIAI ......... ........ I Irlndgfiuyf Editor I.. L. Gm' ................. ..., - lssixtdnt .llumiii Editor A. SCILIVENUH ........ llrmuvgfiuy Editor C, BIILIIISIQR ,...,....,............ Intcrwllvgfiata Editor J. W. YOUNG .,........ ........ 1 lunrryiny Editor NV. T. I-IAIQTMAX ,....., ...,,....,..... I J.:-wllallzglf' Editor M. L. .IE14'1f'1:Ilcs .............. .......,... 'lthlritic Editor II. K. Ighwl-111: .........,.. ......,............... S on-ivty Editor W. A. W1I.I.1.xMs ...........,...,........... -1 thlvtic Editor C. W. V.xL'Gu.xx ....,...............,. Y. JI. C. .L Edifur D, J. ISOWDIQX ,.......,.....,......,....,.. ......., I .ssisfufzt Y, ll, C, ,i Editor REPORTERS M. B. CCGIIILL V. G. D4XS1lI1'II.L B. I. FANSLEI: .T. II. IIL'1II'llI.E'r'r V. C. JONES S. C. BIILLER R. M. CUNE E. C. Cfxsslnx L. P. Iiums R. S. JONES R. H. Muxm M. F. Rlclmnns hr Hirginia 'nh C. G. KRIEGER MISS 1,'AI:RII-I UVDIIIGIBI JIIIHIIIIIT Sponsor ,J .rv ' 151.4- TECH BUSINESS STAFF C. G. KRIEGER, JR.- ..,....,....... Businrfss Manager D, V. N. CAKE .... ........ - lssistunf Busiurss J. A. KLINE, JR .... .Associate Businvss Jlanzager R. U. TURNER ,,,. . .........,........,, Ciriwiarion H. S. BARR .....,, v,.., , .Associate Business Manage-r C. J. BLAIR ..,...... ..4lSSfSffllIt Circiiirztion. J. P. KING .........,., Associate Businvss Manager H. P. CARD ......... ..:lSSiS1UI1f Circulation W. W. SPROUL ,....., .Assistant Business .Manager E. A. DARDEN ..... ...issistunt Circulation L. E. MORRIsET'rE..Assista-nt Business Manager W. M. JOHNSON Assistant Circulation J. H. BIANNING ......., 4 ssistant Business Manager H. C. SU1IPTION....:1SSfSf0lIf Circulation CLERKS C. M. ANGLE C. H. CULPEPPER J. F. DLTILEY J. D. FERGUSON J. E. K1Nf: F. W. E. L. CONRAD W. J. ZAUN B. F. DYER J. D. HARDING M. W. LYNN H. H. 1 .ll imager .11 a-nager M a na geo' Manager Manager M0171 ager Manager SKI.-KLTY WHT Hirginia 'nh inginrvr EDITORIAL STAFF G. XV. ACOCK ...,. T. A. KEC1: ...... A. E. CEMLER ...,.. C. NIILLHISER .,.,.. .......EdiI0r-in-C11inf .......Ea'ito1'-ilz-Chief ........r1I11m1z.i Editor ...qlllllllli Editor S. F. CARVER .............. .4.rsista1zt Editor R. N. HLTTCHESON ...... ......... -1 ssisfarzt Editor H. C. HAx1M1T ....... Axsistrzazt Editor C. C. BIASSEY ..... f1SSfSfl'Il1f Editor E. N. EARMAN ....... ..,............... . .. ........... ........ . -Issislarzt Editor BUSINESS STAFF H. A. SATTERWHITE ..... ...................... - .................. ....................... B 1 ISI-11055 Manager D. V. N. CAKE ....... ........ 4 ssisfmzf Bzrxifzvss Illanagcr E. B. LEW!-:Y ........ ..................... C irczrlaliozz Manager G, G, TL'C1iEIi ,,..,,,,.,,,, ....... -1 .rsistant Ci:-clzlafion Hlauager R. C. ANDERSON ....... ................................................... C Jerk T. R. LEAIWBEATER ..,,. ......... C lark J, S. Cmmcli ,................ ......... C lerk E, A, DE BORDENAVI-1 ...... ......... C Icfrk R. C. IJARRELL ......,.... ......... C Ivrk fi- A QSM NN. 342 . .. ,if . Q5 L f X. . Here are our Sponsors, whom we love, Masters of that enchanting line- Beneath whose little hands we shove Our hearts and hand for all the time- Lord God of Hosts, be with us yet, Lest they forget-lest they forget! You are the faces, O, so true- The captains and the kings depart- Still stands so strong our faith in you A faith directly from the heart. Lord God of Hosts. be with us yet, Lest you forget--lest you forget. We wonder as we pen this verse. To you, our Sponsors, fair as flowers. If we will ever have a purse Sufficient to make you ours! Judge of the Nations, spare us yet, Lest you forget-lest you forget. Y -R. B. S. -----'rbi V f-7-W --Y ------- W- ----ff -M---S-'A--41---1f .gv ,,, Y ,WY , , , H, , 7,,,, 7,,,.,-.-.,.a.?V, ..-.,.Y-f--A---- Q gl ' Q, rf " 4-1:2 ,,. 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Helped secure their needed "L'au1pbells": Saved them "Whitm:1n's" in times of famine, Gave to them "Gude's Pepto-Mangan." -R. B. Flor AT ALL,F'RE-95-IMAH! You S"EA9oH'9 GREETH-409 - Ano ARE A9 WELCOME A9 1-HE ACCE-PT NY f-XPOH-OGIE9 Porn' - PLowERP in QPR.:-eo: 'Tm IHTRUDING upon vouR LATE 9,5-DO,,,, WE- HAVE THE HONOR ENGAGEMENT! I wouho HOT HAVE Op SUCH COMPANY A9 YOURS,- CALLEDJIAD I Known THAT vou BE 95,41-ED MY HAD HOT RETUQHED 6 ' FR ' TO BARRACKJ: QNX Ri fl 'END' HQ! Uv , A ' 'I U f K 5 L i , 5 -Q . I ,H Inns-eo! Wi Q31 a ' lj X QQ? f V7 deb 9 if f N .9 . Ii-. D Q... . . in If A 20 , " . . Q -, I ,, lv ueps-3 xFlllIE Goo ll ur PERLITE auvr D-,th WWE? HANGQVEZ3? DUCWQXDVAN TAG E9 CDES A QQQATEE Bov! ! Digi HER-E9 rr B Q' 'iixnws B 4 Q 5 PARDOH VIE po MADAM VIIQTER, PART P' ,d jj :BN o' voun' nzouazz 49 Nd B H W ' J Q' fd jVf'QN pR5lc5:eTg D 4- 1 011 Yew Z xx Eb L 'X IN A LOCAL HOTEL GAY! Cnnr A Ps-1.1. w EV 051' R10 os: vou QIQTE-R . 17 A 4 1 ' 'JD 'U 2 !-Q 0,-f""" ff cv D55 W -- X N w: I Q ,O 'fit it 7 K . X A 7 X W l ' X 6000122916 The Hauoolweiia Enthusiasm Am a V. P. I. Student- like to sit alone in my room and study. My whole being thrills when I have to memorize the most dry mathematical formulae. like to read my parallel books when most of the other boys are at the dances having a good time. like to buy new clothing so that 1 can lend to my "old lady" when he goes away on leave. like to stay at V. P. I. over a general holiday be- cause it is so quiet, and I can then devote my mind entirely to study. like to take my friends to the "Lyric" because there is so much more satisfaction than allow- ing them to take me. like 'treveille" because the morning air is sf bracing. like all of the various forms and varieties of "groxvley" found on the tables at the mess hall. like all army ofhcers because they are so "dill- berry" and appear so well in their uniforms. like to pay laboratory fees and maintenance fees because they are such safe investments. like to subscribe heavily to all things solicited through barracks. like all HO. D.'s" because they are so kind and feeling, calling upon you when you are lonesome for someone to talk to. like co-eds because they have such attractive manners and faces. like the time when we all have to pay tuition. like all this-LIKE HELL! AXEEW LHNEJ Fiaon outa f'lKiETCl4l Q0lKi I 1 F H oo You wonx LILRQ gIgCg!CAT1'T You G 5 THAT l DOWT 5 'Q D O THATI' RIGHT! YOu'm5 A 901.015-R, You Don woRK AnYwi4sRs I .-1Ol.-- fx Glo! Al Q o N L Q WE-LL MOTHER, HOME AGAIN! Hom:-s vo.,-va M MADE A rivsfrme. T419 ICTNT A COIQHHELDQ Oi xii fflx TUE Qwiasrui:-ART omg: HE-V , GRY Doa 1-:Asa W9 DAY. Bur rusont- w mo WEAK E-HD V, :ru Aooma ran. HAS: 'JEIIEY GHiIlF.9 GODDIII nn IR- Tha ltlllnoolea They Haven't Done Right By Qui' Intelligence Tests Little Nell Jimmy King may rub his hands And Dap may rub his nose. Professor Rasche may tear his hair And the co-eds roll their hose. The bugles blow, the classbells ring In every kind of weather, Still every dog must have his day And every shoe its leather. Devoid of point this poem is, Try not, try not to hunt, The funniest thing in all the world Is Goodman and his grunt. -R. B. 5. +5-R v Sn meh Gooviu An se' 1 .Xa - it fees ff V 9' W , , l ,iff 5 ,Elm l li ,N S t 1 ...gd 1 X X 1 E ' 'J l HAVE AN IDE-A! il-PE-AT nr mr-mtv , lT'.i'9 on A JHTRAHGE PLACE-I NOTE: Fill in the blanks with the correct word, words or figures. Not more than four drinks should be required to do this. l. lPluto Palmer, Dappy Davis, Ben Franklin, Ben Stakes, Dr. Holdenl ................................................ said, "Procrastination is the thief of time." 2. lt was C Plato, Freud, Henry Ford, Isaac Newton, Patrick Henry, Rudolph Valentinoj .........,...................... who said: l"So's your old man," l'Give me liberty or give me death," "He who laughs last, etc.," "How does the weather suit you?"D ............,......,...................... 3. "President Burruss is not in town, he is now in lfalifornia, Richmond, Hoboken, Florida, East Rad- fordl .................................,.,...,...,,........ -" 4. "Every man has a known amount of iron in him and an unknown amount of jackassf' said CI-Iarold lYilliams, Garneld, Alexander the Great, Ring Lard- ner, Yvalt Wliitiiiaiil ........,...................,.,..,..,..,,.,..,.,,,.......,. 5. "For want of a nail the shoe was lost, For want of a shoe the horse was lost, For want of a horse the rider was lost, and all," was said by CBarney Google, The Four Horsemen, Paul Revere, Lady Godiva, Benjamin Franklin, Ba- laamj ........................................................... 6. The average college man is not guilty of Cnecking, griping, imbibing, borrowing, studying, cussing, pay- l1'l0'l .............................,................................... .5 7. f'Hock" Ellison got in the last baseball game C7. 10. 23, 100, 625, 10943 .................................... hits. The same form may be used for the number of girls that "Bob" Skinner had up to the Thanksgiving dances S. CFrank Thompson, Ed. Gaines. Farmer Brown, Nobody, Gregor Mendell ........................................ said. "Teacher, we haven't had a real good tight QUIZZ in a long time, can't you give us one soon ?', THQ HANGQWELCQQ 1202 TLQANWGDRTATHON OUR A595111-rfnnoso DROFEQSWOR GE-T9 9 W TALLEQKHJQX xxjywi . on 1-uecfmouo - Uxzvsbgm I L. I Q W1 i if: f 'll' N Ui I ,K I X I If 7' EK V W 0 , 5 M IW S ..., 4 5 - - ! N, I TooL9 ' my fu J For-19 mvermve aemup Quouw DEQIGH A VEWCLE oF THIS, TV Pe TO QAUE Turns BETWEEN BARRACKQ AND THE- Aaolr- HALL! U ' ' E-v. Come ro! CHOT ,fj A wsraecvi , C-N591-ue. 6214115 QHUPFLEBARGER 9 on-LY .K A Y' PMCHED UQ! wmu voo'n emo 3 ' fx . cnswma up Q 3 ' N x , Q THERE, vawng " ' 3 Q 'Q' 35 QHAKIHG 1-He qb ' 4 v Z CAR! G' 5 0 9350 U I K I C: A X -0 'X bf 'A 1 6 K QC: I 10' I JI Q 3 N ., rf QQ , A F 0 -L X N S Z, o l-low CA:-1 A FELLER QHOW HIS' .. . Y ' wmsrw ' ,SMEBA A NME THE- ovem-uEAo,u1 THIS5 LAW AHDORDER IO ComTmuAr.l.Y CAS-1E,,9 QOH-9 7-,QE,.1EH0OUg, Bogen-10 uP! mN'T rr ? -1-lE1Il2Y 6911159 Gooomcm r 'Ri' Q V V HANQQVEIQ? WE- voox vue:-4 F KT QOP4 Tl-IE: I:-ADP'l.f' A 'Xl QW 3, W1 X Y'- , N5 1 X TAUGHT Tucm TO X fHoo'r CRAP X J,ii"hfA5 X I 5,-N Z, 'fl' if Pgxil 1 Q-357 6, jf ,. Jr md was i 3 .- :- Q, X Ckcfo O f WO .I MADE ,, 30,0 , Accomm-.rugp V' U 551 MUN,-,C,ANf, lNfTRUCTED mem IH O A OC THEM A NX THE TQRDIICHORESS4- O K- r A - K li N C , Li. if '- Q F ' IA, , , 0 QM 00 19" vo' , -' -x eg 7 , 5 f lfles wvfx W Ki- VY Y V I X W! fx -g-' Q!! M NM " f--4-If A fx ,X X My A-' rf' L J zijjjf "" J" i X5 "RY ,, nillED I Qoonmnl, DE-Qs-an-DJ' WE- .fs-lam. BE ABLQ To TE-Am-1 -ru:-,fe for-nf op- THE COUNTQY TO Fw" AANDLE THE- Pl.ow fowl- DAY ! he tihkioolffe NY. use i fo ' + 4. ld' 5 . " il ijt . I -. e- .- Jw V 1 if " Q z 5 Beauuful and Dumb A lily, blooming in the it-ld, With every rise and fall of the billows Is beautiful-even exquisite. A picture is stamped, for all time, upon the memory. The snow-White petals, like wax. But the common fact must be faced: Seem to give one the breath. The vessel is dumb-decidedly dumb, The perfume of another world. But the common fact must be faced: A SUSDPIISWU bridge. SD2111Di1'1g a river. The plant is dumb-decidedly dumb. Is beautiful-it is D9I'f9C'f- U Y U The mathematically correct curves are pleasing to the eye. A lm-Ultlngv In an aft SHHGITW The graceful cables lend enchantment IS 10V9lY--D213'fS01'iI90US- And an inspiration to thought. The colors blend evenly-until Your head svvims--yes svvims With the past remembrance of Golden sunsets and blue skies. But the common fact must be faced. The picture is dumb-decidedly dumb. An Arabian horse. standing upon the desert sands. Is symetrically Wonderful-statuelike. His ebony coat. flecked With tiny pearls of foam. Such a sight is one to be reverenced by the observer. But the common fact must be faced: The animal is dumb-decidedly dumb. A huge locomotive, standing Is handsome-awe inspiring. The black giant appears to From the black coal in its v upon the track. derive life eins. Its steam-pulsating cylinders have a very heart-throb. But the common fact must be faced: The machine is dumb-decidedly dumb. A large battleship, resting upon the bosom of the deep, Is massive, eloquent, sublime. Its lines are the Work of an artistf Every rivet illustrates uniformity. But The the common fact'must be faced: structure is dumb-decidedly dumb. A lion. imprisoned in a cave, B Is regal-thoroughly disdainful. His tavvny mane might easily be likened unto kingly 01'lI1lHE'. His finely chisled muscles resemble coiled steel springs. His every motion is a theme of poise and refinement. But the common fact must be faced: The beast is dumb-decidedly dumb. And now-a young girl. She is often very beautiful-even like a goddess of old. Her lips may be more perfect than the most perfect bovvs of little Eros: Her eyes may sparkle more than The crystal waters of the purest mountain spring: Her facial beauty may excel that of the fabled Helen And her disposition may approach the perfection of Job. But The the common fact must be faced: female is dumb-yea verily- Exceedingly dense. -R. B. S. lalalvoovafa THAT? A PURTY CARPET, P'llS'3'MURPHY YE9, ITT? HARD TO BEAT 5 +int? GninEf'6ooon- nn ,fg- the editor of a paper has re- quested that some of the subscribers of his paper write a letter and tell just what they ITT' think of prohibition. As a result of this request the following letter was received: Dcar Mr. Editor: I noticed with great interest that you would like to have letters from some of your paper's subscribers, for publication, discussing the prohibition question. I consider myself a good citi- zen, one that is interested in all of the current chan- nels of politics, economics and all other things relat- ing to the public benefaction. However, before con- tinuing I would like to tell you that upon the left side of my typewriter table sits one quart of line old Scotch whiskey. The seal is unbroken and upon reading the label I find that the liquid within the bot- tle is twenty-live years old. This was presented to me by a dear friend as a birthday present. Now, sir, must I be considered a lawbreaker if I partake of this gift? Am I therefore to be considered as one who is against law and order and as one who will not strive to uphold the Constitution of our glorious Re- public? I think not, Mr. Editor. You, yourself, would think legislation unjust that prohibited you from wearing a pair of sox presented you on Christ- mas by some friend. The same principle seems to apply in this case, my friend. Should Mr, Volstead dictate my social and personal actions so long as they harm no one? Mr. Editor, I have opened this container and I have partaken to the extent of about two ounces of this mild and soothing amber fluid. My whole being seems to be Hooded with a great warmth and I have the overwhelming desire to talk. Do you understand, Mr. Editor, to talk about birds and trees and flowers and all of the beautiful things in the world? Vfhat right has a Senate to say that I must not partake of the gift of a friend? Mr. Editor, during the writing of the above para- graph I have taken another drink and I find it to be even better than the first. I now feel that I have almost enough information to discuss this prohibi- tion question forever. They say that the whole thing was started to protect the younger generation from "getting the habit" and in this manner cutting out the source of the infection. Ish a darn shame 'cause the young folks is drinking more than they ever did in my time. And Mr. Editor, I forgot to tell you that I have taken another drink. I suspicion that you have guessed that I don't think much of this darn act or bill or whatever it is that says that I, in the most private precincts of my home can't take a lil' drink when I wants it, especially when it was given to me by one of my bes' frien's, old Bill jones, you know him I expect, but I am not sure but I'll tell you that you have certainly missed one good fellow. He is so feeling and I tell you mr. editor. 358vql he don't forget no friend of his, especially on their birthdays. By the way, I have killed her all with the more than likely exception of about a couple of shots in the bottomilfjof the pan, I mean the bottle. You know what I mean what in the itfizbay do you mean by als the time argue bout this here probition thing :5f:li37X"CH::ti:XfR somehow it seems like all of my info has run out .but I thinkthat thisdamnprobition thing'i'f2-K' 1- 2 ,g't.2.03g T g ,J - plat.-tg, figfgizzsshfes-. ff it 54 L: if A I fe' ff, " -tt- . , 'n 3 A X-""'i 1 so la 7 I ,V 9' 5. 7.35: lx -- f L' 'X-.., I N cigar ' X it ' 1Q1fj,Htf-- x.. ""-My if if Fri.: N . . fb U the-Q1 THE BLACK PERIL HANGQWEQ "Dear," said Kline, "believe me, I have never loved any one but you." "It must be true, Jimmy, you work so hard when you kiss." A ll ll Cash is the jack of all trades. -Q EL A Doctor: "I may hurt you a little. but don't be afraid. Wfill you have a little brandy or whiskey lirst, or either?" Keydet: "Don't say 'eitherj Doc. Make it both." 13413 The average income of the student is about mid- night. ' BELL! Speaking of music, have you ever heard the hat band? El-C111 The guy who says the most wonderful thing in the world is the camel going through the eye of the nee- dle, is vastly mistaken. How about the three-hun- dred-pound wife going through her husbands trou- ser pockets? 111151 "lVhy did you let that ofticer kiss you?" "It's against the law to resist an officer, Mother." 11110 There was once a co-ed from Me., XVho developed a most severe pe. The charge of the Dr. Most certainly shr. In fact, she was driven ,inse. Love at nrst sight is the sort that lizzles out when it takes a second look. 1313--fl News Item-An epidemic of hiccoughs has re- cently been quite prevalent in Paris. Chorus of Students-"Lafayette, we are here." AAA Many a woman is blamed for making a fool of a man when he is really self-made. 111313 An automobile show is a place where a car owner goes to see what kind of a new car the wife buys for him. -Jena-r 3.2?S.:'2. , lf? GRN ' T g Ill: rl Q ji A -lil '5' 4' Gi-UETY nf' L 2 BLOCK: L H' ABARI1 1 1 Flllllli A I W I ' 0 BALTIMORE EY ONE- WHO HAI NEVER BEEN THERE YY as 5 1 9 5: A . .Ll'..l'M"' A J 5' Q Intl. I . I it . -ffl. .M ? 224 wil: lrtllilffwlt ll""' nl. I je w mmmmmmmmmmm ' r fi ,, f 1' X U G L E - 1 9 2. 6'1 's4fACQi.fi.A1,i3x gfL B 1 1 1 , . . ' " l1 'A' 1 i 11 Q , . 1 1 1 ' ll. cf 1 ' , 1 g 1 l1 1 1 W1 1 ' 1 . '56 1 - 1 . fl 4 19 ci 1' 1 I 1 f I 1 ,f . 15 ' 11 1 x , I 1 1 1 11 11 1 QA 1 al? 7 . , 10 Q 1? 5 1 16? 1 11 V' 1 cc ' 1 L' 1 1,74 1 J. H. Big JOE MORAN 1 11 l, u 1 Captain Vai-.vzty Football 1925 l l 163 Cajvtaiu-Elect 1926 1 V5 1 'f Two 'ears football for Radford High School . l Mj 5 1 . 1l '2 One year on V. P. I. Junior Varsity l 1 A ,U Three years on the Gobblers' "Big Team" ' 1 1l1g , ' ' A 1 f ,1 11 161 ' . 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Athletic Association THE SUPER SHEIK CAjj'et7ionateIy dedicated lo Beau Beamonj Kiss ine good night. dear Th 'O' " ff-- ve 0 Illhlllf has ,ld stipled with stars The henven's doine: The white moon sails L ll To its hidden haven: Kiss vine good night. dea 1' . The katydid cheeps, Forever protesting. The blind mole creeps Through his cataconib. The cricket ehirps I'nWearied. unrestingg I'1n not a cricket. illld And let me go home. No, I'n1 not angry. No, I'n1 not surly: I have no wish From your side to But I must get I'll'lIll I To my vlasses early: Kiss nw. dairn it, I want to go hoine. l've got to go home. Midnight assails The guttering tapers: They dicker against The conquering glouin: I've not yet read The evening papersg Kiss me good night, dear. I want to go home, 386 fl-Xf, Ah. Cupid is A malicious bandit, Ile plays with us Like a spiteful gnome Love gives women Insomnia: and it Makes me sleepy. I'1n going home. D apper Davis sa - ys that a man is not Tobacco is found in many of the South drunk when he can lie on the ground with- ern States and sometimes in Goodman s out holding on. room. fl fi ll A is A , Now you tell one. The busiest man in the worldAa one- . . , Q . CL A ll armed paper-hanger in a uindstorm with the seven-years itch. A smallpox sign on the front door is good for only one thing-it keeps the bores CS Q A and bill collectors away. . ll ll 13 The most useless man in the world-a one-legged man in a football game. The loose-leaf System in vogue in thc Garden of Eden would attract attention A A A to-day. Z3 ll S According to Col. Bob Ingersoll, there are live separate and distinct stages of intoxi- .Xlthough it is more blessed to give than cation: the jocose, the bellicose, the mo- to receive, most fellows are will' rose. the lachrymose, and the comatose. other people to be blessed. DE-DDE-CT Terr Vlm. Acocw. f lvl 4 A1 X O f fn' of G0d's F 387 P05611 Cl1l'1dI'L'll" ing for the DA DE-Q , A ew, ,, .M ,-,,.w,,, 3 xwf It's just A Matter of Gpinion I know all of the co-eds in school, and contrary to all popular opinion, I lind them to be a very sweet and interesting group of people. They represent exactly the type of girl that I would choose as a sweetheart and a wife. I feel their enchanting beauty something to be wondering at and their conversation enlightening and enjoyable to the average male student at any large college. Take, for instance, the Easter dances. Did I have some girls up to them from long miles away? XYhy certainly not: I asked one of our own co-eds. Yes, sir, I am a firm believer in catering to our own local talent and as a consequence, I had no taxi bills to pay for hauling girls from Christiansburg over here to V. P. I. Of course it is true that I danced practically all of the dances with my own fair co-ed, but that is just the thing that I desired to happen. I didn't want all of those other fellows dancing with my girl, any- how. They Inust have realized my feelings in the matter because they didn't even try to break me. Now you people will probably get the idea that I am not nice-looking or something, but that ain't so, I have beautiful curly auburn hair and most winsome ways when in the pres- ence of the opposite sex, I just wanted to put over the idea that I could have any girl that I wanted, but I prefer the co-ed. And. by the way, I forgot to mention the fact that I am deaf, dumb, and blind. Greens Hotel Blacksburg Motor Company Incorporated , SQ sr BLACKSBURG, VA. Gas, Oils, Grease Modern Conveniences Rates 33,00 Per Day Accessories S, TIRES -TUBES s Ladies' Rest Room Special Rates to ' V. P. I. Students Q SQ BLACKSBURG, VIRGINIA M. F. 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Farmers and Merchants Bank OF BLACKSBURG AUTHORIZED CAPITAL 550,000 SQ The Bank that is Glad to see you, whether you want to Borrow or Deposi t Help us while you have money, and when you need money we will help you 4 Per Cent. on Savings Accounts SI! V. P. I. Students' Accounts Solicited Appreciated and Protected 391 -- w --V.. .-...ef-i-,f"K "X -i- ',. ' fix? Tiff' "f"G'I'i1' fir cr1iL-cif ' 1u-.::3 ice 1:3 on Q3 :EV -. ., . ., , at r f-Aw,--n-f- ,Y YY Y- . ff' Q, 1 ,f:'1f'-w wif" M- ,, QT" - is l it t. if B if ij. L 15 v 1 9 gm K, , f-.gg . K , 7-F g .-- if s -. -Ma r:1:.x'f fzargufq --1:nr.wmw5Egg,wwn,Q1iv.Qx-,u nmmm1 P' 3-Q.- ll 1 I ,, li ..: Q 1-4-" ,Q ..k ' Tripping t Every woman has three alienable rights- Life, Liberty, and the pursuit of "Ducky" Farragut. 01113 One of the greatest problems of college life is how soon after taking a drink is it safe to go to class. AAA A lot of men get the idea that they are turning the world upside down when they are merely dizzy. BAA Dean Bird, on guard: "Halt, who goes there?" Bugle Hopper: "Friend-with a bottle." Dean: "Advance and remove the cork." '-vp.:-14:,f 5 . 1' " LOOK UUT! Anyiizmel ll H D 6 E GPM ' '5 l, Ui e . tixffzsi., 5 .i F 23 ,Q K' ii14f..g'F f i lbtlfl ' ' . 4 if .. QU:-bl vf , '- as U 2 Sixigiigrvkgl 1- , Q Q ' vig il 1 xx- ' Ii" s 1 - ,. X , , 5 ei N J " 7: Y ' Tiff i - 1 A g, , K .X .. . H. ' -X 6..,........ It-. he L-ight Fanatic Pat NVilliams was told to write a long sentence. He wrote, Hlmprisonment for lifef, ll ll ll Heaven pity the mess-hall stomach. 11 ll CL All the world loves a lover except his roommate. 111311 "NVho's the girl Kelly's so interested in over there ?" "Dunno, but we'll call her Houdini if she breaks away from him." A1313- "Thru the sands of Camp Meade, oh my love, have I come to thee." "Verily, Gaines, thou art a man of grit." 392 ,--'if 4,-.-Lafsiflt-' . e,- K ff ,-f 5:16313 ff, f-QQKQ YC. Zi! 5? L . tal I , ! ZA is F34 fi M7 41 ,. ff: P44 if R144 . l l l i r t V V l f , i l i l l l P i i 4 . fi ig gfgzi 51435 fit. Vo. 1 l 3 fl iff 1 5 .Jr 1 I s., 5 FQ .Ffh 7 ,N sf,-?,' YA Wxzi, .All l,,A1l liflw! iiifiii trefal' 1fQflE f""'. i 4,1 Y ,K A.- , 1 X .,.,g::fff'f' 1' 1-- tif X' " - , Y s ,Y , - xl, I, -AA1 X'5i L , ,Z 'Z , ,- .xr--..-,, V , .5 K 1,55 :aff . gy. -ei ,f- V - ,o 4 'Tf'T.i'r'--'-,g -s -- f H - 11.13 -"1Q.a- vii :Je --X. X-J, - w xi- fi' i--i1'.....fs'.f-,rf c Qi., ,fgf ' Y-lx Q me--KJ. X t i X A- 'brvfm fx X. a sf ns xavf -f-ff X . .. . N ck X A--.s - , . e 3 x X . N X4 Xxn- Xxljrel'-.L.-.s-g4.-:-iA.,:-irfifjfg .J -"ii +.. -.ifiigi---fs --t--------rf +7 Wwbwh L fgfnvnf, , fn Honest Confession Is Good for the Soul Perhaps a few of my readers, among them the ministers and old maids, will criticize this article severely. However, frankly and without embarrassment. I admit that I am heartily in favor of the customs of the present day. I admire the Happer, The- young lady that is an ardent user of cosmetics fascinates me. The elderly women that indulge several times a day in soda water and sandwiches, I am all for. I stand as the champion of all tobacco users. The chewing and smoking of tobacco is good for the nerves. The girl that spends her father's money fast and furiously without blushing is the kind of girl that I like to associate with. All of the latest magazines, such as SNAPPY STORIES and TRUE CONFES- SIOXS should be devoured by the younger set. They have such an educational value. In other words I think that the old-fashioned girl is LONG UNDERXYEL-XR. Oh, yes, you probably recognize from the above statements that I am XYHITSETT and I run the CORNER. SQ The National Bank Black, Logan Co. of Blacksburg ONBPRICE Capital and Surplus O'U6'r DEPARTMENT STORE SIOQOOO ALEXANDER BLACK SQ President J. W. BLAND CARRY Cashier MANHATTAN SHIRTS B. V. D. AND MUNSLNG WEAR E STETsoN HATS GRIFFON CLOTHES A Place of Welcome to V. P. 1. PILLOW CASES Students SHEETS SERVICE AND SECURITY BAEHROBES OLD TRIED TRUE AINCOATS E S12 BLACKSBURG, VA. ONE PRICE T O ALL 393 V f Tifi:-l---.I,ggg"' L' p,,i,:,g TAXI SERVICE Ellett E5 Pedigo Successors to Wm. C, Ellett - . D C ,I . Blacksburg to Clmstiansbwrg mg Ompany DC BLACKSBURG, VIRGINIA THE REXALL STORE TRIPS ANYWHERE PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY Lx COMPOUNDED Ll Phone 90 Agents 0 K CREASY Cut Flowers, Block's, Martha Washington I D and Nunnally Candies. A Nicotine Narrative Lord "Chesterfield" was enjoying "London Life," but his doctors suggested a sea voyage for his health. The English peer gathered together his "Tuxedo" and his "Prince Albert" and decided to go and see for himself some of the mummitied "Egyptian Deities." At the last minute his wife and daughter, "Muriel" decided to accompany him: so he called up "Herbert Tarreytonu and "Phil Morris," requesting them to make reservations on the steamer for himself and family. After a very pleasant voyage the lord and his family landed safely at "Mecca" fully de- termined to see something of the life of the East. They lirst went to see "Fatima" dance, and "Between the Acts," just before the "Climax," Ma suggested that they join the "Strol- lers" on the street outside. The next day the family procured "Camels" and journeyed out to the "Oasis" in the desert. Everything was perfectly wonderful until Lord "Chesterfield" suggested a game of poker to the Arabian guides: thinking that it would be all "Velvet" for him to beat them. The guides had their "Forty-Fours" ready in case something dishonest happened. but the lord easily made them pass in "Revue" and won all of their "New Currencyf' He claimed that it was a "Lucky Strike," but Ma was dubious and said that she did not believe that he was even a "Nickel In." I-Ie then drew out his roll and said, " 'I-Ielmaf doesn't this prove it?" Then he pointed to the old Arab guide and said. "Ask Dad I-Ie Knows." ' After all of this "Bull Durham" in Egypt they returned to "XVindsor Castle," near the "Old Mills" of Birmingham. to recuperate. 394 Bus Line JNO. A. ANDERSON Four Big Six SevenfPassenger Cars N5 Q BALLOON TIRES MEETS ALL TRAINS CARS FOR HIRE E The Parronagehof V. P. I. Cadets Solicited 192-Phones-161 The Center Drug Company BLACKSBURG, VIRGINIA P. D. Hale, Ph.B., Proprietor The Place to Gen Good Service SQ A Full Line of Toilet Articles Smokes of All Kinds Sodas Unsurpassed Sl When the Bugle blows, it is time to move. Come on to the Center and let us prove that we are here to SERVE YOU THE COLLEGE INN Welcomes You GOOD FOOD AND QUICK SERVICE Phone 78 V. W. MOODY, Proprletm f 395 Tig - -A--A 7 Y YA Y -YYY 447 VYMYYKV Y nwrlrig-A ,wr XA V We , - - 1 1 ' f ogy, , 7 wb res-of iff - V , N .LA 1 -7 -,X 1 ,A - ft .-ZZ - Y AX '- fb , sir' 21' F X' W B ,- 1 7 -ru xv- f' , M 'V-1 X f , ga, " ' - .:1' Je N. we ,ff B ' 'Zl'7!:i'1 6907 , ssg ilf .ffis w 1' fox 1 2 , is r - W' W ,f s T , " ' X J ,ff B , 1 , 1- : , ' , f g X I 1-llifi-. f" X" 2 -5 ' Z. f K - - 'f If ff: "Tjf'1a .3 ' xi 4 ' .. 1 ' J B - lx- so rs x , ' ' f A Q f,fff yay gs :qw Ex ' , xr W , V, I 'I X ,R L ,M f .XA N i I Q LL 'V 1 Y XX X x. xX , U J 719 zfggww jill E E B s f f X M 5 fi ' f X cr ff, If -X VX ,IX v. 2 l X j . 5 L., . ss. UTQPMY Brown Brothers Dry Goods, Notions, Cloth' Cadets Know That ing, Shoes, Groceries and Country Produce A Ave Served at the BUSY BEE Wovne11 s Dresses a Specialty Q BLACKSBURG, VA. BLAoKsBURo, VA. x 396 ,wg Official jewelers to the Class of 1926 O reputation is We gladly subm t y r assurance of , original designs a d g d quality and prices without obl ice at fair prices. if In 5 if! g tion to you. We supply Trophies, Cups, Medals, etc., for all occasions SQ Hclxcbr Q 50m ll? Xswsrens DIAMOND MERCHAN-Y' 209 Jeffersolx Street Roanoke, Virginia 39 KODAKS FILMS SPORTING AND ATHLETIC GOODS SQ V. P. I. Representative H. S. AVERY 160 "AM DIV. Roanoke Cycle Co. 103 W. Campbell Ave. ROANOKE, VA. Chas. Lunsford Es? Sons L1 All Branches of Insurance Ll Ofice 2051209 Liberty Trust Bldg. ROANOKE, VA. 3194-Phones-3195 We Sohcit Your Business for ICE CREAM and ICES Clover Creamery Company Incorporated ROANOKE, VIRGINIA Q Manufacturers of Pasteurized Products Milk, Butter, Ice Cream and Ices When in Roanoke Be sure to make us your headquarters Victor and Edison RECORDS Reach Sporting Goods Baseball, Football, Basketfball and Tennis Books Stationery Complete Oilice Outfitters L1 CaldwellfSites Co. 105 S. JEFFERSON STREET ROANOKE, VA. S VIRGINIA BRIDGE Ee? IRGN COMPANY STEEL BRIDGES BUILDINGS ETC. SQ D6Sig71CTS'M anufacturers Erectors SQ ROANOKE Memphis Birmingham Atlanta New Crleans Dallas Los Angeles Tampa Charlotte KLENSALL CLEAN' ING AND DYE WORKS Incorporated ROANCKE, VA. General Cleaning and Dyeing TheOnly VALETERIA Equipped Plant for RefShaping Your Suits and Uniforms in Virginia ZLL PLANK AND WHITSETT Local Agents There are only a few original jokes and most of them room in the co-ed dormitory. ll Zeke 'Wilsonz "Is this hotel European or American plan?" "European, sir." "All right, give me Scotch whiskey." -fl justice: "YX'hat is your name, sir?' Prisoner: "Lineberry, yer honor." Justice: "Your full name?" Prisoner: "Just the same, yer honor, full or sober." 399 f It's always safe To swat the Hy, Unless he's on A custard pie. ll Something should be done to stop the in yasion of the campus by Ford cars. Con- ditions are shaky enough as it is. 11 One of the students was required to Write a proposition and present it for correction. He wrote, "The physics department." RGANGKE Roanolqe's Sporting Cente'r llKeitl1'Albee Vaudevillell . A Fleck Cigar Co. MERICAN Latest Sporting News s RIALTO Ll PARK Cigars, Cigarettes, Candy JEFFERSON Smokers Supplies Luncheonette Presenting Photoplays W is S PHONES ROANOKE, VA' 110092419295 "Let Us Supply Tour Musical WheTe the Boys From Needn 'Techland Meet PIANQS PREDDYfYATES VICTRULAS Ponce DeLeon Hotel RADIOS ROANOKE, VA. SHEET MUSIC We carry a complete stock Standard and Popular Sheet Music and Records Prompt shipments on all Mail Crders Grand Piano Co. 309 So. JEFFERSON STREET Roanoke, Virginia Why? Because we offer the best and most complete line of Cigars, Smoker's Sundries, Soda, Magazines, News, Toilet Articles and Candies with a service that's different R. P, PREDDY HARRY R. YATES V. P. 1. Alumni if I 9 bf o' . Q I Ja A Il lil.: lli If A JATODY WITHOUT WORDf- Adams, Payne and Gleaves INCORPORATED "Everytl1ing for the building except hardware" We Manufacture BRICKS and carry large and complete stocks of Lumber arid Building Materials Can ship on short notice orders for one piece of lumber up to Car Lots or all the Material for a complete house Our Service Department is for your benefit. Send us inquiries for anything you may require and if we do not carry the items you Want, We will take pleasure in assisting you to secure them. ROANOKE, VIRGIN IA 401 xx- -'-li lliggii , f ,fi GOBBLERS Make Your Roanoke Headquarters At CUY'S SODA, LUNCH, TOBACCO CANDIES, MAGAZINES Roanoke Theatre Lobby Il Owned and Operated by TECH ALUMNI Nelson Hardware Company 18884926 Ll Thirtyfeight years of successful service to this community Soliciting your patronage stronger than ever Il 1696-PHONES-1697 ROANOKE, VA. Bush E99 Hancock Incorporated The Man's Store fl Clothing and Furnishing Everything for Men L1 18 Campbell Avenue ROANOKE, VA. Economy Bros. E99 CO. The Home of Pure HOmefMade ICE CREAM E:-9 CANDIES CHOCOLATES and BONfBONS 13 .Quality and Service Our Specialty L1 24 WEST CAMPBELL AVENUE ROANOKE, VA. FALLO Florist FLOWERS SQ "Say It With Flowevsu SQ ROANOKE, VA. 1. "1 l, I Authentic Collegiate Clothes As worn by Vanderbilt, Princeton, Cornell and Yale Young Men's Show Department in Connection SQ 303 SOUTH JEFFERSON ST. ROANOKE, VA. Ain't this a wonderful world? Some fel- lows have electricity in their hair-others have gas on the stomach. tr Lll bet you are on the football team," "Yes, I do the aerial work." "'What is that ?'l "I blow up the footballsf' I didn't raise my shades to be a spectacle. 'Tm going to raise your rent next month, Mr. Koeppenf' said the landlord. "Thanks, old fellow, I was wondering how I was going to do it." Notice to Seniors-The pedigree under your picture in this book won't buy buns for the babies. "Don't you think the backfield is fine ?" Dumb young thing, at football game: "Yes, the entire grounds are beautiful." V "Show me the way to go home," said the drunken "Brute," as he climbed :i tree. The corner saloon is gone, the corner cigar store is next. Soon there'll be noth- ing left to decorate street corners but Pluto Palmer. Lineberry's new motto: A'God bless our home-brew." A homebrewnette is a better date than a blondelilah. Life is a mirror in which each girl sees herself. A stout matron is a lovely girl gone to waist. Student, being arrested: "But, officer, I am a student." Otticer: 'llgnorance is no excuse' We Would Like To Know?- Wfhere we can get a late date. Why Boseoe wants you to say gears in- stead of cogwheels. Dr. BI'll1T1llClfl'S reason for giving pills for a broken arm. XVho gets horsed in the snow-battle. Something that John the Barber couldn't do. XVhy Joe Twitty thinks he is a sheik. XYhere our eo-eds come from and where they eventually go. How to pass "Quizz' XVatson without contracting Hwriterls crampf' How much more money Hugo Stinnes had than Kelsey. ET is -t-2 N ' -1 - - - A ,J I . Why the Physics Department is tighter than the Gordian knot. VVhy Professor Massie does not invest in Staeomb. The keydet that borrowed our last cigar- ette. XVhy Gene Lay goes to Radford. XYhy Carrie loves Kleegle. Why Oscar don't get a girl of his own. A quick poison for some of our saxo- phone players. The lost chord. A really SILENT "Hock." NVhere Sgt. Nutter keeps his liquor. YOUR GIRL. You can't better the best Cookseyfjohnston MENS FURNISHINGS Fashion Park Suits 3 Mail Orders Given Prompt Attention 3 EARL LrNKous BILL KAVANAUGH Our Representatives ULUCKYN 13 WEST CAMPBELL AVE. ROANOKE, VA. Opposite Roanoke Theatre Glennflvlinnieh Clothing Co. Incorporated The 'Young Men's Shop 5' CLOTHIERS AND HABERDASHERS 5' 106 Campbell Avenue, S. W. ROANOKE, VA. Phone 683 L,' 1 tri' ..-. .471 ft-Ai oz ,Nf A, T ,. L -J ,exit J, i fi w .," 'Y 'wi ri, L 1 lpn f -.,. ,gf A Q2 ' J A- r -'A mf, .., A f ,fl ff ,4 Y 'N r ,shy J? .L,,1. wma: ,TI -fe I i .DJJ 1' ,Aw v"j1 ,. ll 'i ,Ai v,. 1' WLT ?wW'if '1 f-'N ff gi'-1 - fu, . or .141 . if L f f' f .fa ,rvgi 1. N ' A 1 fr. if , . 4 V N E .gf .i Ni . f- ,5 X 'A 71, y Wx ii W A .WM 4 . Vfw irj, if--e i ,1. f-. ' W' as WHOLESALE FRUITS AND VEGETABLES Largest Shippers of Apples in Virinia ll Jennings Brothers E? Easter Inc. ROANOKE, VA. "Meet 'Your Friends At Millers' -Ll Sodas, Tobaccos, Magazines ll Whitrnari's and Nu riri ally's Candies ll Miller Drug Oo. CHRISTIANSBURG, VA. MGLCTLGI M All W Drug Company 1 OTR Incorporated Q Ll Economy Lumber The Rexall COmPHHY, IHC- Swye oHR1sT1ANsBURo, VA. Q ll HMATERIALLY AT YOUR CHRISTIANSBURG, VA. SERVICE" ,xxx - ' X 's --, " . "' 1 - 40 5 X-,Z s - - f ' f ., ne-XTSQ 4 -V. ,,. Qfili-f--ff Bank of Christiansburg CHRISTIANSBURG, VA. CAPITAL .... S 1 15,500.00 SURPLUS . . 173,250.00 TOTAL ASSETS . . 1,500,000.00 OFFICERS R. T. Mossy . . President CHAS. I. WADE . VicefPres. and Mgr. B. M. HAGAN . . . Cashier -I. G. MANNONI . . Asst. Cashier C. R. CHEATHAM . . Asst. Cashier DIRECTORS RQT. Mosax' G. F. ELLETT CHAS. I. WADE HUNTER J. PHLEGAR R. I. ROOP A, P. JOHNSON W. M. BRODIE CHAS. A. JOHNSON The management of this bank is under the direct Supervision of a board of directors of experienced business men Its financial strength, conservative methods, and long experience commend it to those who appreciate good banking service. WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS WHEN YOU COME TO Wm. E. Lum, jr., Inc. RICHMOND SYCAMORE AND FRANKLIN STS. EM at PETERSBURG, VA. SE , 7 M U Oficial Photographers C ' 1926 BUGLE xfafradeatijifaeri SQ Opposite Hotel Richmond DeVe1OpmgK0DAK Printing Enlarging RICHMOND, VA. 0.D.- Nov 'sour asrrma A fuAve? :IE-HTIIIEL' TuA1"l.L as Au. mau-r. In fuow YUU A GOOD DARBE-R .FHOP AFTER DINNER! 1" E. 1 . - J' f i g Z A41 fy +-W4 sms' GLW--. 3.1! , She was only a erapsliootefs daughter, but she was passing fair. All There is only one tlrawbaclc to an onion- eater's happiness: Listerine. the safe anti- septic. is never sold in bulk. E151 "Growley, if you eat any more you'll sure- ly get sickfy Growley Green: "I would have been sick anyway when I was only half through what I've eaten already, so I might as well keep L u Does lishing make all men liars, or do only liars hsli? IBD- A gun crew consists of many men, but it seems as if there's always boom for one more. All From a history paperi"About this time Columbus was cursing around among the Wfest Indies." fill of ff M QS ,i lllwlf' xvm, ' Ylh ll .JA Jn-Y .-.w.s., lfr' r -Unltd.. X' ff ff "Jennie, do you know auytlzizzg of my wife s zel1c1'vabo11fs57" On- HVSIIVCJ here they arc 011 Nic Zinc." - f "- -so----X, Y FRATERNITY, COLLEGE 4, 0 and 5 5 M6515 2 2 GLASS JEWELRY 9 ef ' L SH W . H Commencement Announcements K' 7' I' f and Invitations XI-2 - 'QUE ' .l Q Q - ffvegif s f - o Strlke L. G. Balfour Oo. theAthlehcLEqulpmenW1u Want Ma'mfdffgm?g fewm and at 1 . ECIUOTICTS fav ATTLEBoRo, MASS. r 1338"G"St.N. W.,Washington, D. C. O K ANY COLLEGE GREEK HOTEL RICHMOND Opposite Capitol Square And mln the Center of Everything" SQ HOTEL WILLIAM BYRD Opposite Broad Street Station GARAGE ADJOINING HOTEL S2 W. E. HOCKETT, Managing Director 408 L.: ML: She: 'Tm sick of being married." Met: "So's your old man." Lk Executioner: "Come now, bend over if you want your head cut off." Criminal: "Patience, fool, theres some- thing in my eye." -0 Cilla: "That moon tills me with hunger for something." Handy Qhastilyl: "Let's dance." Koeppen: "XVhat do you drink ?" NVorley: "I sometimes wonder." ll She was just a dry goods dealer's daugh- ter, but she had her notions. -fl . . and after waiting two hours, I broke the date with her." 11 Two heads are better than one when they're both on the same shoulder. Carneal Eijohnston V. M. I. 1903 V. P. I. 1904 Architects and Engineers RICHMOND, VA. MCBRYDE BUILDING Agricultural Extension War Memorial Building Patton Engineering Hall Ll ESTIMATES REPORTS MURPHYS IS the largest and best known Hotel in Richmond, Virginia. Located in the heart of the business district. It is the "center of convenience" in the city. Q RATES REASONABLE JAS. T. DISNEY, President f - -Mlix f ' V Y. L, .,,,, ,,,,, ,W ,,,.vm..., ,n.....i..,..,m H , ,,t . School Catalogs and Illustrations Leather Dance Favors and Covers Dance Programs and Invitations Fraternity and Class Stationery The Chas. H. Elliott Co. The Largest College Engraving House in the World Commencement Invitations, Class Day Programs, Class Pins and Rings Seventeenth Street and1Lehigh Avenue PHILADELPHIA Wedding Invitations Fraternity and Class Calling Cards, Menus Inserts for Annuals On the morning of April 18, 1775, General Sherman and Nathanial Green crossed the Dela- ware and surprised the Spaniards in the battle of Bull Run. at Soissons. Imagine the feeling of the enemy when they saw Sitting Bull fol- lowed by his Hessian troops. No quarter was asked, however, and Stonewall Jackson bellowed to his marines, "Don't give up the ship." This word of encouragement seemed to thrill the sailors and they followed General Pickett to the deck with 37 m. m. guns in their belts. When they reached the top of the hill they fixed bayonettes to their 155 m. nn. rides and charged up the slope under heavy submarine fire. I ask you to consider the odds 'gainst these calverymen. but did they retreat in ap- pronch march? The answer is, "yes," They didn't stop running until they reached York- town on the Mississippi. Just the same these brave souls were not beaten: they were simply overpowered. No sooner than the next day Lance Corporal Ulyses Washington reorganized his fleet and determined to meet the infantry of Sergeant De Grasses at Antietem. The morning dawned fair and dry, the day for the big battle. Not a cloud was in the sky, but about ten o'clock it began to rain and sad as ' it may seem . . . the Senators did not play HDUUW by df? Mliflfgaf' IfV0ik-Vu that day because the ground was too wet. 410 "'r'gf'j'+ gnhhx, YY V- -' QQ,-4" -- :Y-: ,,,T.LL 4.-,Wx ,, 1, - ,: 1, 7. f ww ,-aj r 7,4 i xx r J A 1 1 Harris fWoodson Company LYNCHBURC, VA. Manufacturing Confectioners 5 Largest Distributors of Candy in the South 5 Our goods are sold by all stores carry- American Beauty Mattress Co. SUCCEEDI NG National Mattress Co. LYNCHBURG, VA. 5 Headquarters for Mattresses of all Descriptions s af American Beauty Felt Mattress "Our Leader" ing high-class Confectionery BUILD To SUIT Ti-Us Mosr FASTIDIOUS The Virginian LYNCHBURC Hotel RESTAURANT LYNCHBURC, VA. 3 5 GCCD FOOD and EUROPEANTIREPROOF GO Excellent Cafe and for Coffee Shop Ladies and Gentlemen 3 F F. C. CRIDER, SecretaryfManager LYNCHBURG, VA. "X---- - ----f ' BANKSUQBID Miss McCarron Bilitit atlffi. Fl I ' OTISE Established 1832 LYNCHBURG, VA. PHILADELPHIA Ei! Sl fl College Agent, T. N. CANADA TH E GIFT SUGGESCTION BOOK Mailed upon request Kimmerling BI-OS Illustrates and prices ' Hotel Patrick Henry il jewels, Watclies, Clocks, Silver, Floylst li' d ' ' C ma, Glass an Nolelms Fine Flowers for all Occasions From which may he selected distinctive QQ Wedding, Birthday, Graduation and other Gifts ROANOKE, VA. INCORPORATED 1871 Life Insurance Co. of Virginia RICHMOND, VIRGINIA There is no better or surer way for a young man to create an estate for himself immediately than by investing in a Policy in the LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF VIRGINIA Issues the most liberal forms of ORDINARY Policies from 351,000.00 to 5B100,000.00 with premiums payable annually, semifannually or quarterly. O89 CONDITION ON DECEMBER 31, 1925 Assets...................... ............ 46,562,667.4O Liabilities. . .. . .. . .. . . . 39,940,092.25 Capital and Surplus. . . . . .... 6,622,5'75.15 InsuranceinForce. . .. . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 292,834,191.00 Payments to Policyholders. .. .. .. .. .. .. .... .. .. .. .. .. .. . 3,392,156.'76 Total Payments to Policyholclers since Organization S39,1'76,371.91 JOHN G. WALKER, President 412 Superior Supply Company BLUEFIELD, WEST VIRGINIA Distributors of Mechanical and Electrical Supplies ancl Machinery for Mines, Mills and Industrial Plants 'E' Agents for WESTINGHOUSE ELECTRIC AND MANUFACTURING CO. RADIO CORPORATION OF AMERICA WEINMAN PUMP MANUFACTURING CO. Here is interred Lockjaw Duff. His judgment erred On "Pre-XVar Stuff." Shorty Harmon. Midget of champs, VVon his belt Licking stamps. Shed a tear For Army Payne. Homemade beer, Eternal Hame. This is the tomb Of Mr. Dean Bird. Drank wood alcohol On the third. f rf-Xl-.grip-,Q A . .. ei -f A slow, sad ride For Litton, queer, XVho jumped astride A Longhorn steer. For Major Lay They're tooting "taps," He won my pay :Xt shooting craps. They buried to-clay Bob XYare. He tried to steal Someone'5 hair. This is the shroud Of Ellison "E-low." He talked out loud In the "Y" movie show regxx'-...vw V, - A xi, O. M. DEYERLE, President J. B. PEARSON, Vice-President J. B. HOILMAN, Treasur Flat fTop Fuel Company INCORPORATED MINERS, SHIPPERS, EXPORTERS AND BUNKER SUPPLIERS OF oREAM OF Pocahontas and New River Coal and Coke Annual Capacity: TWO MILLION tons COAL ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND tons Coke GENERAL OFFICES: BLUEFIELD, WEST VIRGINIA, U. S. A. BRANCH OFFICES: Nl York Crt C1ncmnntx.O. Norfolk, Va. Ch Ill 49 Broadway U on Trust Bldg. Cmzens Bank Bldg. FRED P FORRESTER H. B. HOLLAND ARIVIOUR A. SIZER, C. vl. HOILMAN. D g Pl Eastern Mgr. Wcsrcrn Mgr. Manager Ph L l 753 TIDEIVATER SHIPPING PIERS L b P S ll P Newport Nev Cable Addr . FLATTOP Codcs-We ' U Bluefield, W. Va. N Y k C W :kms S Norfolk V A B C 5 h 414 l l 1 Zi - 1 T ' f ' f N i 3 ' 132 t C X, - f w l Lvxrx i X AXA XX Xff fx! K- .X ' Y , 1 - 1"-I 'X K ft 'W ,' X f , w 9 ff f -N X t Dy l , X ft 1 f 1" ' if" X n1'f"' 'X 'XR :file i ii 1 t X t RX w U I J X ZAR, F , , x , Y xl ' ' , , V T' W: TQX "W i t ,X 1, iw' Y-in i t ,fr N- t 1 1 t fan - f l -I..-X 34 T- N Wy' X 4 , c' xg:,h X -f w- X I NZ GAINESU GOODMAN dR SUCH AN OBSTINATE SERVAXT Absentminded Professor: "Washington, what time is it?" Washington: "D0n't know, Marse John. mah watch am hrok--." "Go look at the Sundial then, Washington." "LaWd Nlarse John, I'se can't see no Sundial. lt's pitch clark outside this time 0' night. ' Get a lantpru and gf- look at the Sundial." "Washington. dont argue with me. V , 7,7., WO. -LL O ELLZQZE L.. O., .JNL W. E, GILKESON S. V. BROOKS President Vice-Prendenc W. L THORNTON C. E. TAYLOR. Treasurer Secretary Bluefleld Supply Company O Hardware, Mine and Mill Supplies Electrical Supplies and Equipment BLUEFIELD, WEST VIRGINIA SQ DISTRIBUTORS FOR THE FOLLOWING WELLfKNOWN MANUFACTURERS INGERSOLLRAND COMPANY GENERAL ELECTRIC COMPANY EDISON ELECTRIC APPLIANCE COMPANY JOHNS-MANVILLE. INC. NATIONAL TUBE COMPANY . FAIRBANKS. MORSE E? COMPANY ,IAEGER MACHINE COMPANY AMERICAN RADIATOR COMPANY A. S. CAMERON STEAM PUMP WORKS THE LUNKENHEIMER COMPANY THE HAZARD MANUFACTURING COMPANY E. I. DUPONT DE NEMOURS Ei COMPANY THE GOULDS MANUFACTURING COMPANY THE NOVO ENGINE COMPANY SERVICE-THE FIRST CONSIDERATION Then-the dear old days :It college, XI'here we went to gather knowlerlge. The songs we sang there bring a tender smile. My, the clothes we wore were fearful Ilut we can't resist this earful: YOL' STILL HAVE TO LOOK A SAP TO IIE IN STYLE. fl Most young ladies of to-clay believe that the numerals, "LXXX," have a very singu- lar meaning, such as Love and Kisses. -fl LOST: A fountain pen by a man half- filled with ink. .-X.: 'Z-Xru you a college man F" E.: "No, but I know where you can get it." 11 ,IT THE OPERA First Gent: "Are you fond of music?" Second One: "Yes, very. Are you?" First Gent: "Yes, shall we go out for a Smoke?" -fl lYaitress: "Aw, kissing Zl man in public ain't rawf: Chef: "IYeII, it ain't done neither." 416 3 Charlottesville Woolen Mills CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA. M anufacturefs of I'Iigl1'Gmde Uniform Clothes In Sky and Dark Blue Shades For Army, Navy and Uther Uniform Purposes And the Largest Assortment and Best .Quality CADET GRAYS Including those used at the United States Military Academy at West Point and other leading schools of the country. Prescribed and used by the cadets of the VIRGINIA POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE 417 --,fxx - ,Y , . , , '-e wfit-,7 ff- -'A Eatwell Lunch The Place that Makes Famous Wairlles Cl- We Use The Highest Grade of Coffee ll Eatwell Lunch 109 Jefferson Street ROANOKE, VA. CLEM'S Sodas, Candies, Lunches Cigars and Magazines EAST RADFORD, VA. Q . You will always find a cordial welcome and the best things to eat and drink at CLEM'S V. P. I. Headquarters in Radford F. Fallon F lorist il Cut Flowers, Wedding Bouquets, Funeral Designs Flower Plants Ll BLUEFIELD, WEST VA. Federal Street Day Phones 2020-2021 After 6 p. rn. Call 1281 he cover for this annual was created by The DAVID J. MoLLoY co. 2857 N. Western Avenue Chicago, Illinois awry Molloy Made Cover bears this trade mark on the back lid. S Unnecessary Evils There is an association, W'ell organized at Tech, It has its charter members, It has them by the peck. Therels Oscar, and there's others YVho's members of this club: They're what is known as gummers And they's hell on a man in lore. lYhy they'1l give up a good date just to go out and gum, Their motto surely seems to be, "For me there must surely be room. Can we suppress this evil? Must we sit 'round and gripe? I ask you, fair-minded reader, Do you really think it is right? -R.B S s mm. ,,.....,. I SAINT ALBANS SANATORIUM RADFGRD VIRGINIA A Thoroughly Modern and Ethical Institution for the Treatment of NERVOUS AND MENTAL DISEASES .......,.---Y 1,17 ,V f tl fir., , E, JULIUS SIMON, Im. Manufacmvm of SHIRTS and PAIAMAS FoR MILITARY ACADEMIES AND SCHOOLS NEW YORK, N. Y. SUPERIOR QUALITY CADET UNIFORMS Win Praise from All Wearers MONTAG BROTHERS INCORPORATED Atlanta, Ga. SQ Manufacturers Superior Quality Nfontagls CAPS Fashionable Writivig Paper All Solid Comfort Stylish Caps WARREN E99 CARROLL'S SQ Antiseptic Barber Shop and Pressing Send for Cadet Uniform Catalog Establishment Opposite Bank of Blacksburg First-Class Tonsorial Parlor College Style Haircuts -"We Know How" Cleaning. Pressing, Repairing Uniforms given special ati-ntuglur Nc V S P 420 EDGAR C. WILEI' E. I F. WILSON Wiley E? Wilson Consulting Engineers F. L. Watson 'U LYNCHBURG, VIRGINIA Q ' ' Steam Fitting and Vapor Plans, Specifications, and , . . Heating Supervision Steam and Electric Power Plants 'i Central Heating, Lighting and Mechanical Equipment for Colleges and other institutions TEUtl1 Stfeef Heamgifgzg Iyjlgiaggon fm' LYNCHBURG, VIRGINIA "On Tlzzzrxday vrwzilzg .llaz Put ll'i1Iia111s L'II1E1'fGlIICd at 1111 wzjoyiilvlc bridge purtyf . L' :I ' YP r 421 xjg N K V , V , ,, YS --- --- -AV----f Y' K2j2?2r L H E G E L 6 YQ V Should Auld Acquamtance Be Forgot if RINGS WORTHY OF V P Sculpture by I-IENN1NG RYDEN Cmftsmanship by AULD S Men s V. P. I. Rings. Ladies Miniature V. P. I. Rings Masonic Club Pins. Monogram Club Pins Stationery. Cards CXGQA VGQXD 'J X M 1 , AULUS Inc. f ,,, , It ,' w 7 1 i A MANUFACTURING JEUJELERS Q , i',f'., I ,, ' ijfi gg 225.-229 North Fourth Street W ' i iif',5,Ix I I i i or Y ' COLUMBUS, OHIO ', .l- Uffip. i 'J 1 i -' 1 A w i ST ,iw"'lM' ' it uw, 422 4 Wi? .3 1 5. ,ifilfg if,iFjjaql1,5-I g . Pj-'PPf77'iTfFi5fn5fff? ,if . - ' 6 i EW-q4Q3flLA,g Qffziit qi! ff -M - - 5-,X f'- xfQ HF. I , E. I-'fx ,XX 9 - X, n Q-fy . Cs X ,li 1 Vg X .. . 4 ' ' Q 'X xi-ff" - . - X N . A . Q 'C . u ' ' 5 - . .'. A - ' u as P P Page GXWGNXXQXSN ,fd YV Q A V xi an cm :JJ cn G3 BJ cn UD cn as co cn an an V If 'SF' 55 ,ffl "V f - 4: Fix? M MALQNV. ,P 'VT V B U L V 1 9 V Qiqpifrfigs so P- 1 4 - - . ,, . . . P V f QW! 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A my 'X . :.-X LIQT rv' 3 x .1 i I we 'J ' ' I --' . l fX,, - J make for me a fellow line when annual where Rats all join. A take most all clothes and I there out of the school I get. Then come in parade such as never saw I before in stood in modesty and underware. They , they us and deposed us to gaze of public general. days few the parade my life entire. Off thru streets paraded For three minutes give. After this the brace continue I to give for the many months that come afterwards, Run I as well the most unhonorable errand for the ole fellows. After this all come the battle of snow no one gets horsed in which. exists this encounter and so very tired I get that soon a damn I do not , Then next come in May month the exercise of the may day. I once more again am to dance forced to do before the public general. The pole we dance around all. The paper tissue thrown by the sophomores is. Fun we have lots of. At last it finals is and I have to carry some few trunks down as did I in September. Comes the eight of June then and I am ole fellow. Next year I give Rat hell plenty for I can say now, "Your old man so is." "Quality Food at Economy Prices" I Blacksburg Inn , Cpposite N. Es? W. Station ,, 1 2 li: S13 l Q55 TRADE WITH if fi li Club Banquets a - I , 5 Specialty JAMISDN S 3 W SQ and lii-Eff i le In l A FERE CE lsgp TECH MEN ARE ALWAYS B NK THE DH: N y y T in WELCOME llgjili I swf. Sl H Sixty Stores for Your Convenience A X w 1 5 W. H. KELSEY, Proprietor Milli ll s 423 ,l A-is 1 F i , fjxj J by x:.Q:irlktg1idu 3' vebijx asf, I fl 'ff pgs, - Q. -' ,- fi 1 ,QM t A .g .gf . y -. E fling?-3' - -3 Q. ,177 ' J 'A 'xTdl". 1 'C Why Ferns Die Nobody expects a goldhsh to live on water alone, yet most folks never think of feeding their ferns and other potted plants which grow many times as large. But, when they show the ravages of starvation, they wonder why they have such "bad luck." The use of Plantabhs turns your ubad luck" into "good luck," for Plantabbs are FOOD for your plants. Being in tablet form they are clean, easyftofuse and absolutely odorless. One a week makes any potted plant or flowers grow like magic. Food for your S BEF eflblz plants F5 L 52,655 In easyftofuse ooo Tablet form If you can't buy them where you live, order a 5Oc or 5151.00 package direct. PLANT PRODUCTS COMPANY BALTIMORE, MD. The RedpathfBrockway Lyceum Bureau GEORGE S. BOYD, Manager GEORGE A. SLOAN, Secretary 643 Wabash Building PITTSBURGH, PA. Eurnishes lecturers, concert companies and entertainers for all occasions. The Red' path guarantee and excellence stands as it has stood for over Bfty years back of every attraction. Insure the Success of Tour Dance by Having the Weidemeyer Orchestra Aristocrats of Syncopation 5' Box 694 HUNTINGTON, W. VA. BETTER THAN EVER 1' EQ'-11,0 u 17' 'I - I G 4. QS' 41 T. D 6' k ly , r, "'r0Rm046' qc e Q. . 'TY SP ,2'lE.4'lST. y J WRITE FOR LATEST CATALOG 424 I v , ij- Z-XT-, f,- ,K .. ,N . Wd -V f-A - - H - F -ry em or .UA - ,ef 1-V 1, 'L Y r' "m'm'r' Q"ef-r3"'-""-" -r-Q, 1-- ' A ' 'rm'-ff-"f""' A f Huge 'J C - PP' P" Q e R PPP? H M? 9 "J A. ,'....L L41 ' ,L.,' d uf' ,,,, ,.. - P ff - Y X . ,A HQTEL ROA QKE 335222522 ' ' f 1 -n i S51 S. 200 Modem Rooms 51.50 to 54.00 EUROPEAN PLAN Parking Space for Your Car Over Night. No Garage Fee W. A. DAMERON. Lessee 'Tm up against it." said Frank Thomp- "Can you throw de quoit?" son, as he leaned upon a freshly painted "You don't throw quoits,you drink them." post. Everything comes to him who orders hash. A X A "Say, old lady. lend me some money, will T ya?" W LQ-3 A Ac - ,E Sure, would you rather have an old hve, 1 or a new one?" W' L K. X . v . . W -dv' . "Were you ever injured playing football. "The new one, of course." ,ffl ,l Hook?" "XVell, here it is-and I'm four dollars to .V X e. 1lLv.i' "Certainly, see my c'gar." the good." . lx ll N PN l I i 4 xp- 1 . , WC ii .1 i i J I f. ' ' -N .1 i i A VJ l rfx . li by Ali ' 425 'Q V, . ,1' X-' If ,fi-iii:IJ'QLxfg fi 2534..--ui.a:q42Ali.,f9f55-.Tj3 , W A-,W f-'meg L-gigs ,-if-:iagr i ll-Q., . .Q 'N-,, P"4-6,f'f.A . 'i+lX le -L- . 4 . ' K Sgajdi 1. 2 11"-exljsjr QL1 r -Y ij' ' "" 7 Y ,,.- P ifififfi ,ehfpiiloiiilif P LE"2f'ff" EQUIPPED WITH MANY YEARS, EXPERIENCE EOR MAKING PHOTO' GRAPHS OF ALL SORTS, DESIRABLE FOR ILLUSTRATING COLLEGE ANNUALS. BEST OBTAINABLE ARTISTS, WORKMANSHIP AND THE CAPACITY FOR PROMPT AND UNEQUALLED SERVICE. , - , A Swv Photographers to H1926 BUGLEH 220 WEST 42ND. STREET, NEW YORK 426 1 ,. Ls' "--T' TFT? F fn cr: CD oi can Q3 'ii 1- f-- f- in ' ""3x vi N Q f 'f A. 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VI f-Lx- .,'ll, .qs 1 K3 A H M I i 1 ' tl All The new and unusual-that sparkling reality which is known as the life of each school year-is caught and held forever within the pages of Bureau built annuals. The ability to assist in making permanent such delight- ful bits of class spontaneity rests in an organization of creative artists guided by some 17 years of College Annual work, which experience is the knowledge of balance and taste and the fitness of doing things well. ln the finest year books of American Colleges the sincerity and genu- ineness of Bureau Engraving quality instantly impresses one. They are class records that will live forever. BUREAU OF ENGRAVING, INC. "COLLEGE ANNUAL HEADQUARTERS" The practical side of Annual management, including adwntbing, selling, organization and finance, is cam. prehensively covered in a series of Editorial and Business Management books called 'Success in Annual Building," furnished free to Annual Executives. Secure "Bureau" ca-operation. We invite -our correspon- dence. 2 GJ 429 I if -if JH, V, 5 I i V M. 1' I ,ri ni. H " 'iiii VY -iw? ,jen cz: zz: ' an XE m U: G3 cn :Ir CD II CD Q3 H- V f ' ' x fi'-9 I . if I v gg?-Qff2'THEwEU G L E '192..6'- tbhlRfe:g54f:Q:LnIdefizcl It 2 I R 1 1 W" iff '- ' "' ' ' - ' ' f ' 1 f ,il ! ' I I , . . Ii fi M I I 'ggijlg j A wiifig 1 'ii' 5 , ' QQ I an . A 1 Wig 1926 Is Going Cut- ii 6 ii. UT before we are gone, we, who are re- N, Q la sponsible for the virtues and misgivings , if ' found in these- pages, wish to express our I 1 sincere appreciation: ,i To MR. JOHN I'IELD, IR., for his contributions to I N4 ' I f the art section. 1 , To MR. I. L. NAVE and his efficient staff, of the E I P. Bell Company, for their thorough cooperation. wi, i . 1 , U' U To WHITE STUDIO for their very effective photo- F 4 Q Graphs. ' i D W To the BUREAU OF ENGRAVING, Inc. if ,I t f i i And to our ADVERTISERS who have expressed f their faith in our endeavour. ' w wr MEI: W il KW I i i 1' fi T it , I Weitz? 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Virginia Polytechnic Institute - Bugle Yearbook (Blacksburg, VA) online yearbook collection, 1925 Edition, Page 1

1925

Virginia Polytechnic Institute - Bugle Yearbook (Blacksburg, VA) online yearbook collection, 1927 Edition, Page 1

1927

Virginia Polytechnic Institute - Bugle Yearbook (Blacksburg, VA) online yearbook collection, 1930 Edition, Page 1

1930

Virginia Polytechnic Institute - Bugle Yearbook (Blacksburg, VA) online yearbook collection, 1933 Edition, Page 1

1933

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