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I . EX ' LI BRIS f99«mmi 9nnnnBsqe»!na -•C - THE BUGLE 1 9 . COPYRIGHT Clinton Scott Goodwin Editor-in-Chief George Hoicombe Blick Business Manager T H E i I fi I 1 B 1 9 THE ANNUAL PUBLICATION OF THE CADET REGIMENT VIRGINIA POLYT E CHNIC INSTITUTE BLACKSBURG, VIRGINIA VOLUME FORTY ' ' W ■a FOREWO RD The latter part of the nineteenth century saw the first of the V. P. I. alumni, who emerged into the world as graduates of an unknown school. Now the outside world has been shown the value of the training given here, and the V. P. I. graduates going out into the world are put on their mettle to live up to the records of the older alumni. We have chosen some of these outstanding alumni for presentation in these pages as a mark of our admiration of, and respect for, their achievements, and as an inspi- ration to the present and future students of V. P. I. i CONTENT ADMINISTRATION . . . . CLASSES CORPS OF CADETS . . . ACTIVITIES ATHLETICS .... SOCIAL.. . TECH LIFE m I DEDICATION Advancement in military life calls for qualities of a char- acter perfiaps even fiigher than those demanded in civil life. John Blackwell Maynard, Commandant of Cadets, who was graduated in 1907 in civil engineering and is now a lieutenant colonel in the U. S. Army, is a typical successful graduate, and his qualities are an example of those found in V. P. I. ' s outstanding alumni. Therefore, to Lieutenant Colonel Maynard and to the other successful graduates of V. P. I,, we dedicate this, the fortieth volume of The Bugle. AS INSPIRATION In life, men always have a goal. There is always with them some dream of conquest or achievement which will parallel or excel that of some other individual. In fact, without having the works of others as a basis by which to evalu- ate accomplishments and to provide impetus for further work, man ' s journey through his years on this planet would be duller, and his work would be less brilliant. The youth, in looking forward, wishes, usually, to equal or better the work of a man who began life in circumstances similar to his own. The young man, going out from his college, always likes to select as his standard of comparison the achievement of the older alumni of his institution. Because of this we present to present and future students, the records of a number of rep- resentative V. P. I. alumni, men in fields for which the college is giving training. The list is by no means complete, but we feel that the achieve- ments of this small group of former Techmen are more than sufficent grounds for hope— and in- spiration. C A M P I S 1 E VV S the oltlcst liarracks huilding ami housing the Hand, Regimental Staff, and a portion f)f Head- quarters Company. It contains, also, the Hook Store, tile guard room and the mail room. f -, McKRYDE BUILDINC; containing the wood shops, forge shops, fountlry and machine shops, lahoratories of the departments of civil engineering and experimental engineering, and offices and lahoratories of the department of ceramic engineering. (;Ki(ri;riK i, ii t.t. containing the departments of agricul- tural chcinistry, agricultural engineering, agronomy, animal husbandry, botany and plant pathology, horti- culture, zoology and animal pathology, offices and laboratories of the Agricultni;i] I xperiment Station anil the auricultural library. THE LIBRARY located in the central part of the campus in an easily accessible spot. ()riginally built for use as a chapel, later used as a basketball court and now the niecca of Hlacks- burg book-lovers. Till ' ; M IN W I.K which leads from the Alumni (jateway to the ( luulrangle. The monument, which every cadet salutes, is a cenotaph of V . P. I. ' WoiKl War dead. it DAVIDSON HALL planned for ultimate use by the department of chemistry alone hut now containing in addition to the chem- istry department, those of geology, metallurgy and physics, and their laboratories. ■ ] : S ' rXDIlM . . (lcdie;itcil in 1926 to Clarence P. Miles, Mil, gr;uiu;Uc nvanagcr of Tech ' s athletics. When completed, the structure will scat twenty thousand spectators. ' I ' HK WAR MEMORIAL (iVMNASlUM ;i spacious iiindern gyninasiuni, with xarious ac- cessory rooms, quarters for visiting teams, iacilities for stu- dent and alumni acti ities and a liroatlcastinu studies lit otliccs ami lecture rooms of the depart- ments of applied inechanics, architecture, civil, elec- trical, mechanical, an .l industrial anil power engi- neering and the electrical engineering lahoratories. THK Y. M. C. A. with social rooms, reading rooms, offices, and as- sembly room of the association and living quarters for stu- dents and instructors. The huikling which was begun in 1899 was made possible through the efforts ol Lawrence Priddy, ' 97. oNP; oi " ' iiii ' . (jr i)R N(.i,i-; cwnons which have frowned from tlu- Tech (JiKuinmglc for over thirtv vcars. Hoiight by the Cadet C ' orp with a tir t pri e won at a eoni- petiti ' e ih-ilh II THE SECOND ACADEMIC BUILDING containing offices and class-rooms of the tlcpart- iiicnts of business administration, English and foreign hm- guages, economics and history, and military science and tactics. Ill ' , M ' .W CWII ' I K() I) ' inclosing the lirill ticltl in a perfect oval. It serves as an obvious connecting link between the present growing ' . P. I. and the future greater V. V. I. THH CIMLIAN DORMrroR ' ;i lirt ' proof building housing the civilian students and those enrolled in agricultural short courses. !l 1) IRV IHSllWDKV i;ni,|)IN(, lic;ul(]uartcrs of the tlcpartnicnts oF dairy hushandry, poultry hushandry, and agricultural edu- cation. Much of the huiUling is given over to dairy nianufacturiiiL lahoratories. Dr. William Edward Dodd ( ' 95) Historian and Diplomat Ambassador to Germany William Dodd «as born in Clayton, Nor 1, Cnrolma, on October 21, 1869. He received from V. P. I. the degree of RS in 1895 and that of M.S. in 1897. After acting as m- , r „f h!,torv here for two years, he entered the University :; " Le ;r ™ « cVhe received Iris Ph.D. in 1900. Eight V ars r p ' rofessor of history in Randolph-Macon College fol- lowed, an ' d then Dr. Dodd took up the cha.r of jstory at he University of Chicago, a post wh.ch he = ' ,11 holds_ He w appointed Ambassador to Germany on June H, ? " ■ •• " " immediately granted a leave of absence from Chicago to take over his new position. . . , He is a man of simple tastes and democratic ways, wiui broad culture, independent convictions, and a profound knowl- edge of economic, social and polit.cal history. The doctor is an eminent authority on American history, par- ticularly that of the South. Among his major " " ' " utions to L- literature are: Jd rso .S Ruckkel.r .ur Folu.c ( U , 1900; LiU of N. ,a„iel Bacon, 1 03; .- .•» 3c§ .-r „n Da n, Series), 1919, and Woodro-.- WiUo., and H, W, ork 19.0 He w s editor and joint author of J7„: R,ven,.h- H.Uory of translator of L.imprcchfs W l,.u h H.story, 190,, and Luuoln or Ue. 1928. FACULTY BOOK ONE Dr. William luiuard Dodd ( ' 95) Historian and Diplomat Ambassador to German ' I } The t»tablishmc-nt i.f the Virginia I ' .ilytcchnic Insiiiutc m.irKcd the beginning ..I uciitilic ..giKuIiur..! and industrial education in this State. It has gn,%vn from a small plant of one huildmg, three professors, and a few students to its present comparatively large proportions. The first graduating class in IXS numhered twelve, while in 1933 the total number of degrees conferred was 358. In recognition of the purposes for which it was founded, the college has devoted its energies to education in agriculture, engineering, business, and applied sciences; and research connected therewith. Its distinctive function is t« prepare for useful occupations, especially those which develop the natural resources of the State and add to its economic wealth. Its campus is the entire State, for pr.-ictically every city, town, and rural community is being reached through its extension service. I he institution is thus a powerful factor in the development of the State, not only of it, .agricultural, industrial and commerc.a resources, but also of all that makes for a happier people through better homes, schools, and other social institutions and agencies. , , , i •. „ Viririnia Tech is now known throughout the civilued world hy the work of thousands of its f..rmer students, many of whom are occupying position, of high honor and trust. Their records in both war and ILc add lustre to the institution .,nd give it an .,nl.,Me position in .he professional and technical world. DR. JOHN EDWARD VILLIAMS Dean of the Collrge KakLF. I EIRAM NORRIS Iif(i)i of F.ngiyiccriiig Har i.v Lee 1 ' rke Didii oj A gr ' uiihuri- ii : ■•! the sesiion in SrpumrHr, ii " . Many iippiirtiinily to record »omc rccoftnilion of the To III, CI.,1, of I9.U: It Mas my privilege to address your la- .li liic npt- things have happened since that time, and I elcolne thii part you have played in every phase of student life. The greatest depression of all time, which holds the world confused and bewildered, hat failed to destrov your e |uilibrium, and to blast your ambition and your hope. At the very outset you seemed to sense a responsibility that should be yours in guiding the social and economic changes in college life that had to come. You adapted your movements to the sobering effects of the depression, and manifested an ability to think for yourselves and to see through things. Vou have scrutinized every change of policy with an intelligent appreciation. Improvements which must go to the credit of your class may be seen at every turn. In addition, your splendid attitude nil along the line has served to stimulate the interest of undergraduates in high standards. You have had your share of disappointments, but you have evidenced no bitterness and no synicism. You have taken a logical view of the situation, and you have not lost your confidence in college leadership. You arc about to end your college careers. Your next move is into an unchartered order of things. You will meet new situations and more perpU-xinp problems. lint t.ik.- :iI,.mi. tl..- spirit llnl lri r.ii.l.-.| vm here, and the future is secure. f(. The school of engineering holds a dual responsibility in its service to the State and Nation. As a major division of an educational institution it is primarily concerned with the training of young men for the several engineering professions. In so far as academic training can accomplish that purpose, it is our aim to develop not only an un derstanding of technical principles, but also that comprehension of the social and economic significance of technical changes which will make of our young men not mere technicians but potential leaders in the industrial and engineering advancement of our civilization. As a scientific organization, with well-eijulpped laboratories and with a staff of trained scientists, we recognize and seek the opportunity to place these facilities at the service of our industries for the technical advancement of the State and Nation. Thus the school of engineering aims to serve the State through the creation of a richer industrial life guided by competent and understanding leaders. The Agricultural College was created to serve the American farmer. Society is dependent on him for its food supply and raw materials for Its clothing. His business is to meet this demand and to obtain a reasonable profit for his labor. Since twenty-five percent of the people must remain on the land, it is imperative that the farmer ' s economic and social status be kept on a high plane. This can be accomplished only by country-wide planning and a thorough organization of the agricultural industry. The modern farmer ' s problems can be solved by thoroughly trained leaders. His problems involve production, distribution and merchandising; hence, leaders branch of agriculture. The Agricultural College attempts offering (1) resident Instruction, Including ten four-year extension instruction by demonstration for farm men and search studies necessary for the further de elopment of the All future progress in American agriculture depends farm population for its special task. St be developed in all these lines for every meet its obligation of training leaders by ricula in special phases of agriculture; (2) lien .18 well as their children; and (3) re- arch . nd the th ing nf the ■ ! FACULTY Wn. Ba Professor Mclallurgy and Melallograpln B.A., M.A., Cambridge, England; M.S., Ph.D., Goettingen, Germany ROBKRT Bl RNS HaLD.ANE BeGG Professor of Civil Engineering B.S., C E., Virginia Polytechnic Institute Librarian Bachelor of Arts Otto Cornelius Burkh. rt Professor of Mining Engineering B.S., E.M., C.E., Lehigh University John Rolfe C. stleman Associate Professor of Engineering Dratving I.S., C.E., Virginia Polytechnic Institute Clinton Harriman Cowgill Professor of Architectural Engineering B.S., M.Arch., Illinois Alfred Washingt n Drinkhard Director of Agricultural Experiment Station U.S., M.S., Virginia Polytechnic Institute; Ph.D., Cornell Leander Blrt.)n Dietrkk Associate Professor of Horticulture Specialist in Vegetable Gardening n S., Penn State, 1921 ; M.S., V. P. I., ' )Z ' ) Weldon Tiiomps;.n Eli is Pnjfrssnr of Pouer and Fuel Engineering B.E., M.E., N. C. State College Paul Benjamin Dyck Associate Professor of Hygeine and Physical Education A.li., Oberlin; A.M., Columbia WiiLUM KinvAuii Garnftt Professor of Rural Sociology U.S., Cornell; M.A., Ge..rge Peabody Ph.D., Wisconsin m 1 ' A c r Harry GuoiimM AsiocitUi Proffitor of Malhemalici E.E., Royal I ' nivcrtity of Tcchnolngy, Sweden M»Rms Ci Ha I ' rofo.or of Engli, . AM., Randolph-Macon i M.A., Ph.D., Virginia Thomas Watkins Hatcher AiiOiiale Professor of Malliemalics U.S., M.E., Virgini.1 Polytechnic InslitutCi M.S., I..«a Slate; Ph.D., Cornell Frkd Brown Haynrs Associate Professor of Physics I5.. ., Tusculum; M.S., Chicago Charlks William Holdawav Professor of Dairy Husbandry U.S., M.S., Virginia Polytechnic Institute Roy Jay Holden Professor of Geology B.S., Ph.D., Wisconsin Vkrnf- Russell Hillman Associate Professor of Agricultural Engineering B.S., Iowa State; M.S., Virginia Polytechnic Institute Ralph Edward Hunt Professor of Animal Husbandry U.S., Kans.ns State; M.S., Virginia Polytechnic Institute John Redd Hutcheson Director of Agricultural Extension Division B.S., M.S., Virginia Polytechnic Iiistituli- Thom.xs Barksdai.f Hutcheson Professor of Agronomy U.S., M.S., Virginia Polytechnic Institutes M.S., Cornell Reuben Lee Humbert Associate Professor of Economic A.R., Bridgcwater; A.M., Michig.i LL.B., Blackslonc Institute FACULTY James Bernard Jones AssodaU Professor of Mechanical Engineering U.S., M.E., Virginia Polytechnic Instituti- M.S., Iowa State; M.E., Cornell Professor of Business Administration A.B., Wittenberg; M.R.S., New York James Burleigh Luc.m Associate Professor of Chemistry B.S., M.S., Virginia Polytechnic Instit Charles Edward M. gill Professor of Agricultural Education B.S., Kansas State; M.S., Virginia Polytechnic Institute Robert Hooper McNeil Associate Professor of English A.B., George Washington; A.M., Ohio State Arthur Ballard Massey Associate Professor of Bacteriology and Plant Pathology B.S., N. C. State M.S., Virginia Polytechnic Institute Edwakd Campbell Miller Business Manager of the College Bachelor of Arts Carol Montgomery Newman Professor of English A.B., King; Ph.D., Virginia; LL.D., King Paul Thornley Norton, Professor of Industrial Engi, B.S., C.E., Wisconsin Louis O ' Shoughnessv Professor of Applied Mechanics n S., C.E., Virginia Polytechnic Institute; M.A., Oliio State; Ph.D., Pennsylvania Samuel Reynolds Pritchakd Professor of Electrical Engineeriu, A.li., A.M., D.Sc, South Carolina I " A c I 1, I m WiMIAM lltNKV RahM % K :H l:;l,-nor „l . I.Ji„„ic, jn,l Ihunfnvf k H C;,oiiit r k- d 1 J M I ' llASK Lur.H RoBKSON li .Jfl ' ,„ „.„, » W.vhV. i l H M.S., M.K., Virgini.i Polyli-chnic Inslitut U H M.A., Oilumbi.ii l liU., Jnlin. Hopkins PiiiLir Cari- Schkrkr, Jr. Associale Proff-ssor of Physical ChcmUry I ' li.R., M.Sc, I ' h.l)., Bnnvn Chari.ks Edward Skitz Agricultural Engineer Agricultural Extension Division llnHATlO SkYMOUR StAHL Professor of Botany KS., M.S., Virgini.i Polytechnic Institute Charl Ingles Wade of the College John Wilbur Watson Professor of Inorganic Chemistry B.. ' ., M..- ., Ph.L)., Virgini.i John Wkkok Wnini-MoRK Professor of Ceramic Engineering B.S ., Ccr.E., Iowa State Iri. Uoankkr Wilson Professor of .oology am! Animal Pathology Charlks Rollin Woolwink Health Officer of the College M.U., Medical College of Virginia Ma Nkwkll Youno ofesiar of Agricultural Economic B.S., Ph.D., Cornell W. E. Wine, President, Wine Railway Appliance Co. Mr. W. E. Wine, born on a Virginia farm, entered V. P. I. as a sophomore rat in September, 1901. He was graduated in June, 190+, as a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineer- ing. He was assistant in the Tech department of graphics in 1904 and 1905, and received the degree of Mechanical Engineer in June, 1905. After working in various drafting positions, he joined the Atlantic Coast Line in 1906 and stayed as mechanical drafts- man until 1910. He was resident engineer, shop construction, with the same railway in Rocky Mount, North Carolina, from September, 1910, to September, 1912. He was chief mechanical draftsman of the road from September, 1912, until September, 1913. During his term as draftsman for the Atlantic Coast line he took out a number of patents for various parts of cars and locomotives. In July, 1912, the Wine Railway . ' Appliance was organized in Toledo, Ohio, for the purpose of manufacturing some of these car and locomotive parts. (Since that time Mr. Wine has taken out several hundred patents.) In September, 1913, he was elected president of the new company, and he has been active head of the organization ever since. In 1919 Mr. Wine assisted in the organization of the In- dustrial Steel Casting Co., of Toledo. At present he is Chair- man of the Board of Directors and of the Executive Committee of this company. Mr. Wine has devoted practically all his time to business and has had little time for outside activities. The only exceptions to this are his activities in the V. P. I. alumni association and his game farm in Virginia, where, with the co-operation of the state game department he raised the only pure breed of wild turkeys in captivity. CLASSES BOOK TWO W. E. Wine, President, Wine Railway Appliance Co. Mr. W. E. Wine, born on a Virginia farm, entered V. P. I. as a sophomore rat in September, 1901. He was graduated in June, 1904, as a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineer- ing. He was assistant in the Tech department of graphics in 1904 and 1905, and received the degree of Mechanical Engineer in June, 1905. After working in various drafting positions, he joined the Atlantic Coast Line in 1906 and stayed as mechanical drafts- man until 1910. He was resident engineer, shop construction, with the same railway in Rocky Mount, North Carolina, from September, 1910, to September, 1912. He was chief mechanical draftsman of the road from September, 1912, until September, 1913. During his term as draftsman for the Atlantic Coast line he took out a number of patents for various parts of cars and locomotives. In July, 1912, the Wine Railway Appliance was organized in Toledo, Ohio, for the purpose of manufacturing some of these car and locomotive parts. (Since that time Mr. Wine has taken out several hundred patents.) In September, 1913, he was elected president of the new company, and he has been active head of the organization ever since. In 1919 Mr. Wine assisted in the organization of the In- dustrial Steel Casting Co., of Toledo, .-it present he is Chair- man of the Board of Directors and of the Executive Committee of this company. Mr. Wine has devoted practically all his time to business and has had little time for outside activities. The only exceptions to this are his activities in the V. P. I. alumni association and his game farm in Virginia, where, with the co-operation of the state game department he raised the only pure breed of wild turkeys in captivity. ■ V. . . . ii.A. UE, .]];. S Ei 1 () K S W. N. McAnuc Ir., President of the Alumni Association Mr. MtA.iKf .l p..i.Iu..Uh1 |]..|ii V. V. i, ,i, 1... .;..,, ..f 1902, with the dfgrci; of B.S. in Electrical Engineering. Immediately after graduation he was vice-president of the Atlantic Coast Telephone Com- pany and the Atlantic Coast Construction Company, and he remained with these conce rns until 1906. In 1907 he was made sales engineer of the Electric Heating and Manufacturing Company, and from 190S until 1910 he was general manager nf Jackson Home Telephone Com- pany, Jackstm, Tennessee. From 1911 until 1918 he was vice-president of the Allen Telephone Properties, Corinth, Mississippi. From 1919 to 192 he was president of this organization. In July, 1925, he purchased control of the Inter-Mountain Tele- phone Company with headquarters in Bristol, Tennessee, and became its president and treasurer. This company operates twenty-three cv- changes in East Tennessee and Southwest Virginia. Mr. McAnge ' s commercial activities outside of the Telephone Com- pany include: vice-president of Security Investment Company, Johnson City, Tennessee! Director, Dominion National Bank, Bristol, Virginia) Director and Member of Finance Committee, First National Bank, Bristol, Tennessee, and Director of the Bristol Theatre Corporation. Mr. McAnge is chairman of the Southern District of the Vnited States Independent Telephone Association; Director, Southwest Virginia. Incorporated! Director, Virginia State Chamber of Conmierce; member of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers; member of the Society of American Military Engincersi and director if King ' s Moun- tain Memorial Hospital. Mr. McAnge is a Rotarian. Hl« chief hobbies are motor boating and fishing. Senior Class Officers L. D. Simmons Richmond, ' a. W . B. PORTERFIELD Glade Springs, Va. J. V. Morrison Secretary Luray, Va. H. S. Shannon Treasurer Mount Jackson, Va. V. B POliTERPl LD . iCt- PRE-i I E-nT 6M MOCIilSON 5 E C R, t T A R.Y L D. 5 I MMOtSS H S- SHANNON TRtftsuat-o. MIS$ cJAhtf AlilhHOLT eie tmi!il,-f- a- • S PO MID P - II Ill■. l ■ l R ■ r adams " . li. " Alixniiilri.-i, Virginia Eleciric.m. En ;ineering Coast Artillery Corps I HKsiiMA-i— l ' riv;iti-, Company L; Capital Club; Inlra- " lurnl Alhli-tks. Soi ' lioMoRK — Corporal, Company L; Capilal Clubi Inlra- niural Athletics. Junior — Sergeant, Company L; Capital Clubj Intramural Athletics. Senior — Lieutenant, Company L; American Institute of Electrical Engineers; Capital Club; Intramural Athletics. i CHARLKS eARL ' l ' ON AH AI.l " Chuck " Lec-sburg, Virginia Mechanical Encjineering Corps of Engineers I KKsiiMAN— I ' rlvntc, Comp.my Ki Dramatic Club; Intra- mural . ' thleticsi Newman Club. Sophomore — Private, Company K.; Intramural Athletics-, Dramatic Club; Newman Club; .Vmerican Society of Mechan- ical Engineers. Junior — Sergeant, Company Fi Newman Club; Junior Manager, Intramural Athletics; .American Society of Mechan- ical Engineers. Senior — Lieutenant, Company F; Newman Club; .Ameri- can Society of Mechanical Engineers; Intramural .Athletics. ELLIS KING ALLISON " Grotvley " Washington, D. C. Business Administration Coast Artiller Co?-ps mural copnl Se. Clubi SUMAN— Private, C ii ipanv L; Freshman Wr stling rural Athletics; Capit 1 Club; Episcopal Club. HOMORE — Corporal, Cc mpany O; Dramatic Club Intra Athletics; Capital Ck b; Assistant Cheer Leader ; Epis- Club. ' lOR — Sergeant, Comp any O; Scorpions Club; Intra Athletics; Capital CI jb; Assistant Cheer Leade lOR — Lieutenant, Con ipanv O; Wrestling; Sc orpions Intramural Athletics; President, Capital Club; B. M. ; Order of DeMolay. HORACE EDWIN ALPHIN " Loiv " Buchanan, Virginia Dairy Husbandry Inj(intr ' any C; Shenandoah Valley Cross Cuntry; Agricultural Club; Intramural Athlctii Club. Sophomore — Private, Company C; Shenandoah Valley Club; Academic Honors; Varsity Wrestling; Agricultural Club; Intramural .Athletics; Varsity Cross Country. Junior — Private, Company C; Alpha Zeta ; Academic Honors; Shenandoah Valley Club; Agricultural Club; 4-H Alumni Club; Dairy Science Club; Bugie Editorial Staff; Varsity Track; Varsity Wrestling; International Relations Club; Intramural Ajhletics. Sknior — Private, Headquarters Co. First Battalion; Alpha Zeta; Academic Honors; Royal Order of Skippers; Agricul- tural Club; Treasurer, 4-H Alumni Club; Shenandoah Valley Club; Varsity Wrestling; Intramural Athletics; Vice-Presi- dent, Dairy Science Club; Buoi.e Editorial Staff; Interna- tional Relations Club. WILLI M |-,I) KI) ANDHK oN " Biir Farmvillc, Virginia Bi ' siNEss Adminisiraiion Infantry 1 RKSHMAN— Priv.itc, fimipany I); FoolKiIlj B.ischalli I .(lllion Club. Soi ' HoMoRK — Corporal, Company Dj Varsity Football ; Cotillion Club. Junior — First Sergeant, Company D; Varsity Football; Kxtcutivc Committcc-i Cotillion Club. Skniob — Captain, Company D; Cotillion Club; President, li.nchelors Club. MOH IR ' IX HACKKR ' ' HiuA-shot " Richmdnd, Virginia Mix HA NIL Ai. £nc;ineerini; Corps of Engineers Frkshman— Private, Company Gi Freshman Track. Soi ' HoMCRF — Private, Company G. Junior — Private, Company G; Academic Honors; .Amcri- : n Society of Mechanical Engineers; Intramural Athletics; li M. M. ' A. Si:vioR — Private, Headquarters Company, Second Battalion; Rdval Order of Skippers; Tau Beta Pi; American Society of Mi-chanical Engineers; Richmond CluS; B. M. M. A.; Treasurer, Lord Reading Club. I JOHN TANKARD BADGER, JR. " Tmik " Birds Nest, Virginia Agricultural Education Injantry Freshman — Private, Company Bi Agricultural Education Club; Intramural Tennis; Eastern Shore Club. Sophomore — Corporal, Company B; .Agricultural Educa- tion Club) Intramural Tennis; Eastern Shore Club. Junior — Sergeant, Company B; Agricultural Education Clubi Intramural Tennis j Vice-President, Eastern Shore Club. Senior — Lieutenant, Company B; Agricultural Education Club; Intramural Tennis; Eastern Shore Club. WILLIAM MASON BARNES " Buddy " Avalon, Virginia Mechanical Engineering Coast Artillery Corps Freshm. n — Private, Company IVl ; Freshman Cross Coun- try; Rappahannock Valley Club. Sophomore — Corporal, Company O; American Society of Mechanical Engineers; Northern Neck C lub. Junior — Private, Company O; American Society of Me- chanical Engineers; Intramural Athletics; Treasurer, Northern Neck Club. Senior — Private, Head-quarters Company, Third Battalion; Royal Order of Skippers; Beta Tau Epsilon; American So- ciety of Mechanical Engineers; Northern Neck Club. U HRIC1-; rARII-.K l ASS " B. C. " Kcysvillc, Virginia AciRICULTL ' RAL EdI ' CATION Coast Artillery Corps I- ' rfsmmas — I ' rivati " , Company M; Agricultural Eiiucition C-Iub. SiilMinMoRK — Private, Company M; Agricultural Education Cluh. Junior — Private, Company M; Agricultural Education Club. Senior — Private, Headquarters Company, Third Battalion; Royal Order of Skippers; Agricultural Club; Alpha Zcta ; 4-H Alumni Club; Agricultural Education Club. WILSON BRYAN BHT.T. " TtMy " Ivor, Virginia Biological Sciences Const Artillery Corps Freshman — Private, Company K; Baseball; Wrestling; licmical Club; Intramural Athletics. Sophomore — Private, Company K; Varsity Baseball; I.mogram Club; Chemical Club; Intramural Athletics. Junior — Private, Company K; Varsity Baseball; Mono- r.im Club; Biology Club; Intramural Athletics; Order of )iMolay; Peanut Club. Senior — Private, Headquarters Company, Third Battalion; nplain, Royal Order of Skippers; Varsity Baseball; Mono- ram Club; Alpha Zeta ; Scorpions Club; Biology Club; itramural Athletics; Order ..f I).-M,.l.iv; ' lo.-l ' r.- ident. canut Club; O. D. K. JAMES WINSTON BERRY " Biijssy " Staunton, Virginia Business Administraiion Const Artillery Corps Freshman — Private, Company L; Basketball Ba Freshman Y. M. C. A. Cabinet Business Club; Intr Athletics i Shenandoah Valley Club. Sophomore — Corporal, Company Li Varsity Ba Business Club, Intramural Athletics; Shenandoah Club. Junior — Sergeant, Company L; Business Club; mural Athletics; Shenandoah Valley Club. Senior — Lieutenant, Company L; Business Club; mural Athletics; Shenandoah Valley Club. eball; seball; Vallev RICHARD CARTER BE ' ERLEY, JR. " B,v " Ale.Yandria, Viro inia Industrial Engineering Freshman — Private, Company F; Track; Baseball; Ger- man Club; Newman Club; Intramural Athletics; Shenandoah Valley Club. Sophomore — Corporal, Company F; Varsity Track; Ger- man Club; Newman Club; Intramural Athletics; Shenandoah Valley Club. Junior — Sergeant, Company F; Bucr.E Business Staff; German Club; Newman Club; Intramural Athletics; Shenan- doah Valley Club. Senior— Lieutenant, Company F; Business Staff, Tlie Vir- ginia Tcc n Bugle Business Staff; Newm.in Club; Intra- mural Athletics; Shenandoah Valley Club, B. M. M. A. W II. ()N H K()1,I) lilKcH ' ' Monk " Richmoiul, Virginia Industrial Engineering Coast Artillery Corfs I ' hf.jhman — Private, Bandi Football; Track; Wrcstlinjti Rifle Team; BujincM Staff, The Virginia Trch; Frcihman Y. M. C. A. Cabinet; Intramural Athletic!. Sii ' HoMOKt — Private, Band; Track; Boxing; Businro Staff, The Virginia Tech; Bioi.E Businesi Staff; Y. M. C. A. Cabinet; Company Manager, Intraraurals. Junior — Sergeant, Band; Business Staff, The Virginia Tech; BuGi.E Business Staff; Business Staff, Thr Tech Engi- mcr; Pi Delta Epsilon; Y. M. C. A. Cabinet; Secretar)-, Society of Industrial Engineers; Junior Manager, Intra- murals; All Around Intramural Champion; International Relations Club. Senior — Lieutenant, Band; Track; Photographic Editor, The Bugi-E; Business Staff, The Virginia Tech; Business Staff, The Tech Engineer; Pi Delta Epsilon; Y. M. C. A. C.ibinet; President, Society of Industrial Engineers; Seniol Manager, Intramurals; Students ' Engineering Council; Rich- mond Club; O. D. K. GKORCiH HOIAO.MHI-; HI.R K -Corgr " Rawlings, Virginia Business .Administraiion Corps of Engineers Kkeshman — Private, Company O; Petersburg Club. O; Business Staff, The P. I. Skipper; Business Business Staff, The Vir- Business Staff, I ' . P. I. Soi ' HOMoRE — Corporal, Company firfinia Tech; Business Staff, I ' . Club; Mid-Virginia Club. Jl ' NioR — Sergeant, Company G; ginia Tech; Bi ' Gi.e Business Staff; Shipper;; Pi Delta Epsili n; Business Club; Order of De- Molay; Mid-Virginia Club; B. M. M. A. Senior — Lieutenant, Company G; Advertising Manager, ' 7;,- Virginia Tech; Business Manager, Bigle ; Assistant Business Manager, I ' . P. . Skipper; Student Publications Board; Pi Delta Epsilon; Scorpions Club; Business Club; Order of DeMolay; Mid-Virginia Club; B. M. M. A. JOSEPH RAY BONDURANT " Ray " Roanoke, Virginia Mining Enc.ineering Infantry Freshman — Private, Cimipanv A; Sergeant-at-arms, Rca- nokc Club. Sophomore — Private, Company d Roanoke Club RIio Dammit Rho. Junior— Sergeant, Company C; Roanoke Club; Rlu. Dam- mit Rho; Scorpions Club. Senior — Lieutenant, Company d President, Roanoke Club; Rho Dammit Rhoi Scorpions Club. LENO SANTO BOSCHAIN " Swede " Holden, West Virginia Business Administration Corps of Engineers Freshman — Private, Company Gi Football Track; Bo ingi Editorial Staff, T ie Virginia Tech; Newman Club Intramural Athletics i West Virginia Club. Sophomore— Corporal, Company G; V ' arsitv Track, Nc» man Club; Intramural Athletics; West Virginia Club; Busi ness Club. Junior — First Sergeant, Company G; Newman Club Intramural Athletics; Secretary-Treasurer, West Virgini Club; Business Club; B. M. M. A. Senior — Captain, Company G; Newman Club; Intramura Athletics; West Virginia Club; Intcrnation.,1 Relations Club Business Club; B. M. M. A. I ' j AMI-.S W II, I. IS H()S I-;LL " ( otniir " Newport News, Virginia iNrjisiRiAL Engineering Const Art ' dlery Corfs FuFsiiMAS — Private, Company I; Football; Baseball; Dra- matic Club; Intramural Athletics; Hampton Roads Club. Soi ' HoMoRK — Corporal, Company I; Varsity Baseball; Intramural Manager; Hampton Roads Club; Order of De- Molay. Junior — Sergeant, Company I; Society of Industrial Engi- neers; Intramural Manager; Hampton Roads Club; Order of DeMolay. Senior — Lieutenant, Company I; Society of Industrial Engineers; Intramural Manager; Order of DeMolay; Hamp- ton Roads Club. W II.I.IAM SII)M-;V (iARNH ' ir BRITTON " Betty " ' IVtotum, Virginia MeCH.ANIC.AL ENtilNEERING Infantry Freshman — Private, Company B; Business Staff, T ie Virginia Teclt; Northern Neck Club. Sophomore — Private, Company B; Intramural Football; Northern Neck Club. Junior — Private, Company B; American Society of Mc- chanic.ll Engineers; Northern Neck Club. Senior— Priv.ite, Hcad iuarters Company, First Battalion; Royal Order of Skippers; .American Society of Mechanical Engineers; Northern Neck Club. RUSSEL GORMAN BROADUS " Red " Bowling Green, Virginia AcracuLTURAL Engineering Infantry Freshman — Private, Company A. Sophomore— -Corporal, Company Ai American Society of Agricultural Engineers; Rappahannock Valley Club. Junior — Sergeant, Company A; American Society of Agricultural Engineers; Intramural Baseball; Order of Dc- Molay; Rappahannock Valley Club. Senior — Lieutenant, Company A; American Society of Agricultural Engineers; Rappahannock Valley Club; Intra- mural Bas.:ball; Order of DeMolay. WILLIAM WIRT BROCK, JR. " SUvrr " Richmond, Virginia Business Administration Infantry Freshman — Private, Company C; Track; Cross Country; Freshman Y. M. C. A. Cabinet; Richmond Club; Intramural Athletics. Sophomore— Corporal, Company C; Y. M. C. A. Cabinet; Intramural Atheltics; Richmond Club; Business Club. Junior — First Sergeant, Company C; . ' Academic Honors; Intramural . ' thletics; Richmond Club; Business Club. Senior— Captain, Company C; Bachelor ' s Club; Intra- mural Athletics; Richmond Club; Executive Committee; Business Club. K WMoM) l M.1-.V 1 ,1 ( )l)|i. " Brodie " Roanoke, Virginia MEIAI.LrRGV AND Me rALLOGRAPH Y Coti t Artillery Corps KdKMiMAs— I ' riv.itc, Company Kj Roan..kc Club. Soi-iioMnxE — Private, Company Nj Dramatic Club: Roanoke Club. JisioR— Private, Company Nj Rho Dammit Rhoj Roanoke Club. SuNioR — Private, Headquarters Company, Third Battalion i Royal Order of Skippers; Rho Dammit Rhoj Treasurer, Roanoke Club. jA.MHS LO ' ICK HROWN, JR. " Jiiiiniu " Newport News, Virginia Electrical Engineering Coast Artillery Corps Frkshman — Private, Company G; Hampton Roads Clubj Episcopal Club. Soi-HoMORE — Private, Company O; Order of DeMolav; H.nnipton Roads Club; Episcopal Club. JiNioR — Private, Company K; Order of DcMol.ny; Hamp- ton Roads Club; American Institute of Electrical Engineers. .Sknior — Private, Headquarters Company, Third Battalion; Royal Order of Skippers; American Institute of Electrical Engineers; Order of DeMolay; Hampton Ro.ids Club. LEROY AIKEN BROWN " Brownie " Richmond, Virginia Electrical Engineering Corps of Engineers Freshman — V. P. I. Extension, Richmond, Virginia. Sophomore- -Private, Companv G; Intramural Athletics; Richmond Club. Junior — Sergeant, Company G; Cotillion Clubj Intra- mural Athletics; Richmond Club. Senior — Lieutenant and Adjutant, Second Battalion Staff; Cotillion Club; Bachelors ' Club; Intramural Athletics; Rich- mond Club; B. M. M. A. WILLIAM MERCER BRUCE " Bull " Ciilpcper, Virginia Agricultural Engineering Infantry Freshman — Private, Company A; Freshman Football; American Society of .Agricultural Engineers; Piedmont Club. Sophomore — Private, Company A; American Society of Agricultural Engineers; Intramural Athletics; Piedmont Club. Junior — Private, Company A; American Society of Agri- cultural Engineers; Intramural Athletics; Piedmont Club. Senior — Private, Headquarters Company, First Battalion; Royal Order of Skippers; American Society of Agricultural Engineers; Intr.imural Athletics; Piedmont Club. ik Iir(-ll I ' .DW KI) 1UKKI-; " I ugJilt " Cuinbc-rlaiul, Mar land Chemical Engineering Corps of Engineers Kkfshman — Privalf, RanJ; Nrwman Club; Frcihmin V. M. C. A. Cabinet i Intramural Duck Pin«i Intramural Ten Pins. Scii ' HoMoRi! — Corporal, Band; Newman Club; Chemical Club; Y. M. C. A. Cabinet! Intramural Duck Pinj; Intra- mural Ten Pinsi Northern St;ites Club. JisioR — Sergeant, Band; Virginia Techmcn; Newman Club; Chemical Club; Intramural Duck Pins; Intramural Ten Pinsi Northern States Club. Sksior — Lieutenant, Band; TechaJeis; Treasurer, New- nun Club; Chemical Club; Intramural Duck Pins; Intra- mural Ten Pins; Secretary, Northern States Club. SIIKRWOOD LKF BUTLER " Rrd " I ' lUtsniouth, Virginia Klecirical Engineering Coast Artillery Corps Frkshman — Private, Company M; Portsmouth Club. Sophomore — Corporal, Company M; Academic Honors) Portsmouth Club. Junior — Sergeant, Company M; Academic Honors) .American Institute of Electrical Engineers; Portsmouth Club. SnxiiiR — Lieutenant, Company M; Beta Tau Epsilon; V ' ice-Chairnian, American Institute of Electrical Engineers; President, Portsmouth Club. CHARLES PATRICK CABELL " Pat " Coeburn, Virginia Chemical Engineering Corps of Engineers Freshman— Private, Company H; Football i Editorial Staff, Tie Vhginia tech; Editorial Staff, V. P. I. Skipper; Chemical Club; Vice-President, Freshman Y. M. C. A. Cabinet; Intramural Football; Lonesome Pine Club. Sophomore— Private, Company H; Editorial Staff, The Virginia Tech; Editorial Staff, I ' . P. I. Skipper; Chemical Club; Secretary-treasurer, Lonesome Pine Club. Junior — Private, Company H; Managing Editor, The Virginia Tech; Bugle Editorial and Sports Staffs; Manag- ing Editov, V. P. I. Skipper; Pi Delta Epsilon; Intramural Tennis; ' lce-President, Virginia Intercollegiate Press . ' Vsso- ciation; Vice-President, Lonesome Pine Club; O. D. K. Senior — Private, Headquarters Company, Second Battal- ion; Royal Order of Skippers; Student Publications Board; Editor-in-chief, The Virginia Tech; .Associate and Sports Editor, The Bugle; Features Editor, The Tech Engineer; Associate Editor, V. P. I. Skipper; President, Pi Delta Epsi- lon; Chemical Club; Vice-President, Lonesome Pine Club; O. D. K.; B. M. M. A. EDWIN WOOD CAKE Lynnh.H ' Ned " veil, V ii Horticulture Infantry Freshman— Prl ate, Company C; Track; Agricultural Club; Academic Honors; Freshman Y. M. C. . Cabinet- Norfolk Club. Sophomore — Corporal, Company C; Varsity Track; Agri- cultural Club; .Academic Honors; Norfolk Club. Junior — Supply Sergeant, Company C; Varsity Track; Agricultural Club; Alpha Zeta; Academic Honors; Intra- mural .Athletics; Norfolk Club; O. D. K. Senior— Plans and Training Officer, First Battalion; Varsity Track; Chancellor, Alpha Zeta; Agricultural Club; Phi Kappa Phi; Academic Honors; Norfolk Club; Intra- mural Athletics; O. D. K. W II.I.ll ' . RISSHL CAI.I.All . " IVee Willie " Danville, Virginia Electrical Engineering Corps of Engineers Frr mman — Private, Company F. Sul ' HoMoRP. — Private, Company K. Junior — Private, Company F. Sknior — Private, Headquarters Company, Second Battal- ion; Royal Order of Skippers; American Institute of Elec- trical Engineers; Short Wave Club. R()lU " ;R ' r SAMTKL CALHoiN " Puss " Bclspring, V ' irginia InuI ' SIRIAL ENtilNEERING Infantry Frkmimas — Private, Company D; Freshman Wrestling; -. P. I. Minstrels; Intramural Athletics. .Sol-HOMORE — Corporal, Company D; Business StatT, .. I irginia Tfcli; Intramural Athletics. JfNioR — Private, Company D; Society of Industrial Engi- tu-ers; Intramural Athletics. Sksior — Private, Headquarters Company, First Battalion; Royal Order of Skippers; Society of Industrial Engineers; Intramural Athletics. JAMES HUNTER CARPENTER " Duke " Salem, Ohio Business Administration Injantry Freshman — Private, Company A; Freshman Track; Fresh- man Baseball i Freshman Cross Country i Freshman Wrest- ling; Newman Club; Business Club; Thcta Nu Sigma. Sophomore— Private, Company A; Newman Club; Busi- ness Club; Theta Nu Sigma. Junior— Private, Company A; Newman Club; Thcta Nu Sigma; Business Club. Senior — Private, Headquarters Company, First Battalion; Royal Order of Skippers; Newman Club; Business Club. SAMUEL PAUL CARTER " Little Joe " CUnchport, Virginia Electrical ENCiiNEERiNc Injantry Freshman— C( H.- - 0 William an,l ALiry. Sophomore — Private, Company B; American Institute of Electrical Engineers; Intramural .• thletics; Lonesome Pine Club. Junior — Sergeant, Company B; .American Institute of Electrical Engineers; Intramural Athletics; Lonesome Pine Club. Senior — Lieutenant, Company B; Business Staff, V. P. 1. Skipper; American Institute of Electrical Engineers; Intr.i- mural Athletics; Lonesome Pine Club. I IKC.II. 1;K() N CAII.KV " I ' irgif .vine " Milllioro Springs, Virginia . c;Rn.ri.nRAL Economics Infantry Krkshman— Private, Cnmpany B| Freshman V. M. C. A Oibinct. Soi ' iioMoRK — Private, Company B; Y. M. C. A. Cablncl. Junior— Private, Company B; Agriculture Club; V. M. C. A. Cabinet. SKNn)R — Private, flea l |uarter9 Company, First Battalions Royal Order of Sklppersi Agriculture DiK; y M. C. A. Cabinet; Alleghany Mountain Club. C ' I.I1I()RI) Lirin-.R CASE " Doc " Purccllvilk-, Virginin HlOLOGV Infantry Frkm. MAN— Private, Company A. Soi-iioMORK — Private, Company A; Biology Club. JiMoR- Private, Company A; Biology Club; Shenandoah Valley Club. Sknior — Private, Hcad.|uarters Company, First Battalion; Royal Order of Skippers; Vice-President, Biology Club; Shenandoah Valley Club. WALTER DOUGLAS CHILES, JR. " Starvation " Louisa, Virgini a Chemical Engineering Injantry Freshman— Private, Company B; Business Staff, The Virginia Tech; Chemical Club Intramural Volley Ball; Intramural Basketball; Central Piedmont Club. Sophomore— Corporal, Company B; Chemical Club; In- tramural Basketball; Central Piedmont Club. Junior — Sergeant, Company B; Chemical Club; Academic Honors; Central Piedmont Club. Senior — Lieutenant and Supply Officer, First Battalion Staff; Chemical Club; President, ' Central Piedmont Club. RICHARD SUMPTER COFER " Socks " Daleville, Virginia Dairy Husbandry Injantry Sop Alu Club. -Private, Company A; Basketball; 4-H Alum- -Private, Company .A; Varsity Football; 4-H Junior — Private, Company A; Varsity Football; Agricul- ture Club; 4-H Alumni Club. Senior — Private, Headquarters Company, First Battalion; R.iyal Order ..f Skippers; Agriculture Club; Dairy Students Club, President, 4-H Alumni Club. jll.I N I-.I.MO COI IM N " Scumo " Ciiviiigton, Virginia CuKMicAL Engineering Const ArtiUcry Corps Fhk hman — Private, Company M. Soi ' HoMoKE — Private, Company O; Chemical Cluh. JlMoR — Private, Company O; Chemical Club. Sknior — Private, Headquarters Company, Third Battalion i ;oyal Order M Skippers; Chemical Club. ' MAX COMESS " Como " Norfolk, Virginia Metallurgy Coast Artillery Corps Frkshmas— Private, Band; Soutlitrn Colonels; Chemical Club; Norfolk Club; V. P. I. Minstrels. Soi-tioMoKE — Private, Band; Southern Colonels; Chemical llub; Norfolk Club. jiNioR — Private, Band; .Assistant Manager, Southern Colofulsi Mineral Club; American Institute of Mining and Metallurgical Engineers. Sknior— Lieutenant, Band; Director, Southern Colonels: Intramural Athletics; Norfolk Club; Vice-President, Mineral Club; . ' merican Institute of Mining and Metallurgical En- gineers; L..rd Reading Club. JAMES WOHLFORD COMPTON " Jinn y " Rock) Gap, Virginia Electrical Engineering Corps of Engineers Freshman— fi «f .-W College. Sophomore — Private, Company F. Junior — Private, Company F; American Institute of Klectrical Engineers. Senior — Private, Headquarters Company, Second Bat- talion i Royal Order of Sltippersi American Institute of Electrical Engineers. JOHN LAY CONVERSE " Connie " Hairihdiilnirg, Virginia Biology Injinitrx Fkemiman— Private, Cmpaiiy A, Dramatic Club; Epis- copal Clubj Shenandoah Valley Club. Soi ' HoMoRE — Private, Company , Episcopal Clubi Sjien- andoah Valley Club. Junior— Private, Company A; Tracki Biology Club; Shenandoah Valley Club. Senior — Private, Headquarters Company, First Battalion; Royal Order of Skippers; German Club; Intramural Swim- ming; Intramural Baseball; Intramural Tr.ick; Biology Club, Shenandoah Valley Club. J I ■af k I.riS CORTHS V K M )S L ' ciitir.il Rutin:), Guajanilln, I ' lurto Ricci Mechanical Enc;ineerin ; Const Artillery Corps Frfshman — Privalc, Company I; EJi( rl.il Atsiitant, Tit I ' l-ch Eriginrirr; Newman Club. Sul-lluMiiRii — Private, Company li Editorial Atlillanl, Tlie I ' lh Engineer; Ncuman Club- JiNloR — Private, Cfimpany I; Managing Editor, Tht Tech Fn«ineer; Pi Delta Epsilon; Ncviman Club; American So- l ty of Mechanical Engineers. SENIOR — Private, Headquarters Company, Third Battalion t Royal Order of Skippers; Editor-in-Chief, The Tech Engi- neer; Vice-President, Pi Delta Epsilon; Nevtnun Club; -American Society of Mechanical Engineers; Students Engi- neering Council. JlN Si;n i.ilion; w II. 1,1 M ArcusrixK COWNE " Gus " .Miiil.iiui, Virginia Applied Chemistry Chemical Warfare Chiiiiual If tirj irr ; li MAN— Private, Company H; Intramural Baseball. iioMoRK — Private, Company H; Chemical Club. loR — Private, Company H; Chemical Club; 4-11 Club. — Private, lleadquarters Company, Second Bat- Roval Order of Skippers; Chemical Club; 4-H Club. HENRY HADLEY COX " Pip " W ilmingtoii, Delaware Chemical Engineering Corps of Enghteers Freshman— Private, Company E. Sophomore — Corporal, Company E; Assistant Manager, Tracki Assistant Manager, Cross Country; Chemical Club; Northern States Club. Junior — Sergeant, Company E; Assistant Manager, Track; Assistant Manager, Cross Country; Editorial Staff, The Virginia Tech; German Club; Chemical Club. Sen-ior — Lieutenant, Company E; Manager, Track; Man- ager, Cross Country; Associate Editor, The Virginia Tech; German Club; Bachelors ' Club; Chemical Club. WILLIAM ALBERT COX, JR. " Bill " Virginia Beach, Virginia Mechanical Engineering Coast Artillery Corps Freshm. n— Private, Company L; Freshman Wrestling; German Club; 4-H Alumni Club; Norfolk Club; Episcopal Club. SorHOMORE — Private, Company L; German Club; Norfolk Club; Episcopal Club. Junior — Sergeant, Company L; German Club; Secretary- Treasurer, American Society of .Mechanical Engineers; Stu- dents ' Engineering Council; Norfolk Club. Senior — Lieutenant and Supply Officer, Third Battalion Staff; German Club; President, American Society of Mechani- cal Engineers; Students ' Engineering Council; Leader, Nor- folk Club; B. .M. M. A. ... WIM.IA.M jOSI-.l ' H CKAHHS " Jor " Hagcrstown, Maryland Mechanical Engineering Const Artillery Corps Baseball i KiifsriMAN— Private, Company K; Football ; Wrcstlingi Academic Monorsj Intramural Buwlin;. SuPHoMuRF. — Private, Company Nj Varsity Tennlii Aca- demic Honors i American Society of Mechanical Engineers ; Intramural Tennis. JisioR — Private, Company N; Academic Honorsi Beta Tui Epsil.)ni American Society of Mechanical Engineers; Intramural Tennis. Sknior — Private, Headquarters Company, Third Battalion) Royal Order of Skippers; Phi Kappa Phi; Academic Honors; Student Assistant, Department of Graphics; Tau Deta Pi; .American Society of Mechanical Engineers; Intramural Bowl- ing. THOMAS KDW AKI) C R() LEY " Patty " Roanoke, ' irginia Meialh ' rc;ical Encjineering Const Artillery Corps IkiiMi.M.vN- -Private, Company I; Newman Club; Roanoke Clui,. Soi-iioMORE — Private, Company N; Varsity Tennis; New- man Club; Intramural Athletics; Roanoke Club. Ji ' NioR — Private, Company N; Newman Club; Intramural Athletics; Roanoke Club; Mineral Club. Sf.nior — Private, Headquarters Company, Third Battalion; Royal Order of Skippers; Newman Club; Intramural Ath- letics; Roanoke Club; Mineral Club. ROY ' OGEL CREASY " Roy " Roanoke, Virginia Electrical Engineering Coast Artillery Corps Freshman — Private, Company Ki Freshman Y. M. C. A. Cabinet American Institute of Electrical Engineers; Intra- mural Bowling; Roanoke Club. Sophomore — Private, Company N; Y. M. C. A. Cabinet; American Institute of Electrical Engineers; Intramural Bo l- ing; Roanoke Club. Junior— Private, Company N; Y. M. C. A. Cabinet; American Institute of Electrical Engineers; Intramural Bowl- ing; Roanoke Club. Senior — Private, Headquarters Company, Third Battalion; Royal Order of Skippers; Beta Tau Epsllon; Y. M. C. A. Cabinet; American Institute of Electrical Engineers; Com- pany Manager, Intramural Athletics; Roanoke Club. ROBERT WARD CROZIER " Bob " Matoaka, West Virginia Chemical Engineering Coast Artillery Corps Freshman— Private, Company H; Chemical Club; Intra- mural Athletics; West Virginia Club. Sophomore— Private, Company H; Chemical Club; Intra- mural Athletics; West Virginia Club. Junior — Supply Sergeant, Company H; Cotillion Club; Chemical Club; Intramural Athletics; West Virginia Club. Senior — Captain and Adjutant, Regimental Staff; Cotillion Club; Bachelors ' Club; Chemical Club; Intramural Athletics; West Virginia Club. AKDI-.X I.l ' . I n CUNNINGHAM " Cunny " Lexington, Virginia Industrial Engineering Corps of Engineers :sHMAN — Private, Company Gi Freshman Wrcstlingi I. Minslreisi Intramural Athletics. iioMOKK — Private, Company Ci Business Staff, The ia Tech; Intramural Athletics. ;ioR — Private, Company C; Business Staff, The Virgmia Society of Industrial Engineers i Intramural Athletics. Senior — Private, Hcadijuarters Company, Second Bat- talion; Royal Order of Skippers i Society of Industrial Engineers; Intramural .■ thlclicsi B. M. M. A. Tech, - JAMES BAKER CUNNINGHAM " . V;yv " ' ashington, D. C Mechanical Engineering Coast Artillery Corps Freshman — Private, Company I; Rifle Team; Rifle Club; Capital Club. Sophomore — Private, Company Ij Rifle Team; Rifle Clvib; Capital Club. Junior — Private, Company 1; Rifle Team; Rifle Club; .American Society of Mechanical Engineers; Capital Club. Senior — Private, Headquarters Company, Third Battalion; Rnyal Order of Skippers; Rifle Team; Rifle Club; An Society of Mechanical Engineers; Capital Club. MARTIN CUNNINGHAM " Marty " Roanoke, Virginia Industrial Engineering Infantry Freshman — Private, Company A; Freshman Football; Freshman Basketball i Newman Club; Society of Industrial Engineers; Intramural Athletics; Roanoke Club. Sophomore — Private, Company A; Varsity Football; New- man Club; Society of Industrial Engineers; Intramural Ath- letics; Roanoke Club. Junior — Sergeant, Company A; Business Staff, I ' . P. I. Skipper; Newman Club; Society of Industrial Engineers; Intramural . ' Vthletlcs; Roanoke Club. Senior — Lieutenant, Headquarters Company, First Bat- talion; Royal Order of Skippers; Business Staff, V. P. I. Skipper: Scorpions Club; Newman Club; Society of Indus- trial Engineers; Roanoke Club. JESSE EDWARD DAILY Blue-field, West Virginia Agriculture Economics Infantry Freshman— Private, Band; Football; Track; Wrestling; Agriculture Club; West Virginia Club. Sophomore — Private, Band; Varsity Football; Agriculture Club; West Virginia Club. Junior — Private, Band; West Virginia Club. Senior — Lieutenant, Band; West Virginia Club. AKIIII K 1;KN(). 1)|-. I,, jr. " Dirty " Portsmouth, Virginia Civil Engineerinc; Coast Artillery Corps KKKfiiMAS— Private, Company L; Inlramural Athlctici; P..rtsm.iuth Club. SoiMioMoRK — Corporal, Company O; American Society of Civil Engineers; Intramural Athlcticsi Portsmouth Club. Junior — Sergeant, Company O; American Society of Civil Engineers; Intramural Athletics. Skn-iur — Lieutenant, Headquarters Company, Third Bat- talion; Royal Order of Skippers; Scorpions Club; American Society of Civil Engineers; Intramural Athletics; B. M. M. . . Agri. R..v; Engi MIJJAM EDWARD DICKERSON, JR. " Rilly Dick " Spout Sjirings, Virginia Agricultural Engineering Coast Artillery Corps lESHMAN — Private, Company K. PHOMORE — Private, Company K; Aniericin Society of cultural Engineers. MOR — Private, Company K; .• mcrican Society of .Agri- ral Engineers. NioR — Private, Headquarters Company, Third Battalion; 1 Order of Skippers; .American Society of Agricultural HENRY HAWKINS DOWNING " Hehiie " Front Ro}al, Virginia Business Administration Injantry aseba Freshman— Private, Company A; Basketb German Club; Shenandoah Valley Club. Sophomore— Corporal, Company A Varsity Baseball; Executive Committee; German Club; Shenandoah Valley Club. Junior — First Sergeant, Company A; Varsity Basketball Varsity Baseball; Monogram Club; Ex German Club; Bachelors ' Club; Shenandoah Valley Club O. D. K. Senior — Captain, Company A. Varsit ' gram Club; Corps Treasurer; Executive C Club; Bachelors ' Club; Southcr,i Colonel andoah Valley Club; O. D. K. n ' ttee Baseball; Mono- imittee; German President, Shen- GEORGE IRVING EARNEST, Jr. " Siveet " Franklin, Virginia Chemical Engineering Coast Artillery Corps Freshman— Private, Company K; Chemical Club; Intra- mural Baskteball; Order of DeMolay. Sophomore — Private, Company K; Chemical Club; Aca- demic Honors; Order of DeMolay. Junior— Sergeant, Company K; Chemical Club; .Academic Honors; Order of DeMolay; Peanut Club. Senior — Lieutenant, Headquarters Company, Third Bat- talion; Royal Order of Skippers; Phi Lambda Upsilon; Chemical Club; Third Quarter Master Councilor, Order of DeMolav; Peanut Club. j AMI ' S W AIKINS I-.I)M()N. ()N " Jo-Watt " Boydton, Virginia Business Administration Comt Artillery Corps Fkkshman— Private, Ci)mpany L; Baseball ; Intramural Athletics; Mid-Virftinia Club. Soi-HoMORt — Private, Company L; Varsity Baseball; Mid- Virginia Club; Business Club. JfsioR — Private, Company L; Intramural .Athletics; Mid- Virginia Club; Business Club. Sf.nior — Private, Headquarters Company, Third Battalion; Rcar-Admiral, Royal Order of Skippers; Assistant Business Manager, I ' . P. I. Skipper; Intramural Athletics; Vice- President, Mid-Virginia Club; Business Club. SVDXKV ' rRKZ ' ANT KLLIS " Peanut " Suffolk, Virginia Chemical Encinf.erinc; Corps of Engineers KKfSiiMAN— Private, Company E; Chemical Club; Intra- mural Basketball; Peanut Club. Soi-iioMORE — Private, Company E; Chemical Club; Peanut Club. JivioR— Private, Company E; Chemical Club; Intramural Tennis; Peanut Club. Sfnior — Private, Headquarters Company, Second Bat- talion; Royal Order of Skippers; Chemical Club; Intramural Tennis; Peanut Club; B. M. M. A. EDWARD RALPH ENGLISH " Red " AltaVista, Virginia Business Administration I ijii itr Freshman— Private, Cumpany A; Fuotballi Boxing; Intramural Athletics. Sophomore — Private, Company A; Varsity Football; Varsity Boxing; Intramural Athletics; Business Club. Junior — Private, Company A; Varsity Football; Mono- gram Club; Intramural Athletics; Business Club. Senior — Private, Headquarters Company, First Battalion; Royal Order of Skippers; Varsity Football; Monogram Club; Scorpions Club; Intramural Athletics; B usiness Club. HOWELL CALVIN EPPERLY Norristown, Pennsylvania Electrical Engineering Corps of Eytgineers umpany Freshman — Pri Sophomore — Pri Junior — Sergeant, Company G; Americar Electrical Engineers; Northern States Club. Senior — Private, Headquarters Company, talion; Royal Order of Skippers; Americar Electrical Engineers; Northern States Club. Second Bat- Institute of KI ' .NM.m (.I.i-.N l ' . S " ii ' uftiky " Bickky, Vist Virginia Mechanical En(;ineerin(; Fkemiman— Prlvntc, Band; Wi-sl Virginia Club. Si l-lloMi RK — Private, Band; West Virginia Club. Ji.NioR— Sergeant, Band; Cotillion Club; West Virginia Club. Sknior — Lieutenant, Band; Cotillion Club; Bachelort Club; Tau Beta Pi; West Virginia Club. ](n Sl ' KARS FKRcrsoN " Frrgtr " 15(111 . ir, ' iigiiii;i Industrial Engineering Coast Artillery Corps Freshman— Private, Company K, Intr.nmural Athletics; Richmond Club. .Soi-HOMORF — Private, Company K; Society of Industrial l-Tiginccrs; Intramural .Athletics; Richmond Club. Junior— Private, Company K; Society of Industrial Engi- neers; Intramural .Athletics; Richmond Club. Senior — Private, Headquarters Company, Third Battalion; Royal Order of Skippers; Society of Industrial Engineers; RichTn..nd Club; Intramural Athletics. ROWLAND BUMBRACK FISHER " Rumble " Middletown, Virginia Dairy Husbandry Coast Artillery Corps Freshman — Private, Company K; Agricultural Club; Intramural Athletics; Shenandoah Valley Club. Soi ' HuMORE— Private, Company K; Agricultural Club; Intr:miural Athletics; Shenandoah Valley Club. luNioR — Sergeant, Company K; Varsity Wrestling; Mono- gram Club; .. gricultural Club; Alpha Zeta; Intramural Ath- letics; Shenandoah Valley Club. Senior — Private, Headquarters Company, Third Battalion; Purser, Royal Order of Skippers; Varsity Wrestling; Mono- gram Club; Vice-President, Agricultural Club; Treasurer, Alpha Zeta; Intramural Athletics; Shenandoah Valley Club; President, Dairy Husbandry Students Club. HARLES HENRY FLOYD " Charlie " Bird ' s Nest, Virginia Agricultural Education Coast Artillery Corps ate. Company I; Agricultur Educatii Club; Shore Sop Club; Shore JUN Intrar Club. all; Intr al Basketball; Eastern Intramural Ba Club. HOMORE— Private, Company I; Agriculturf Intramural Baseball; Intramural Basketba Club. lOR — Private, Company I; Agriculture Education Club; •al Baseball; Intramural Basketball; Eastern Shore Educatio 1 ; Easter MioR — Private, Headquarters Company, Third Battalion; 1 Order of Skippers; Agriculture Education Club; Intra- 1 Baseball; Intramural Basketball; Eastern Shore Club. HU 1. 1 ' . K )V K nil K I 01.1 " Roy " Lur.i), Virginia A(;Rici ' LriRAL En(;ineerini; Infantry I-RKsiiMAN— IVivntc, Cf.nip.iny D; Trackj Crojs Country; Rifle Tc-.imi Ami-rican Institute of Electrical Engineers; Sh .-n..nJnali Valley Club. Soi-HoMoRK — Corporal, Company D; Varsity Track; Var- sity Cross Country; Rifle Team; American Society of Ajrri- cultural Engineers; Intramural Athletics; Shenandoah Valley Club. Junior — Sergeant, Company D; Varsity Track; American Society of Agricultural Engineers; Intramural Athletics; Shenandoah Valley Club. Senior — Lieutenant, Company D; Varsity Track; Ameri- can Society of Agricultural Engineers; Intramural Athletics; Shenandoah Vallev Club. m i 1 ' : j A.MHS n.W ' IS (iHOniH " foot " Lumbcrton, Virginia Mechanical F. ncineerinc; Infatttry Fkkshman — Private, Company Vi Football. SofiioMoRf. Corporal, Company D; Varsity Football. JlMoR — Sergeant, Company D; Varsity Football. Skmor — Lieutenant, Company D; Intramural Football. JOSEPH CHUMBLEY GIBBS " Little Joe " Lawrenceville, Virgini:i Indi ' sirial Engineering Coast Artillery Corps Freshman — Private, Company K; Wrestlings Intr: Athletics i Mid-Virginia Club. Sophomore— Private, Company K.; Intramural Ba Order of DeMolay; Mid-Virginia Club; Intramural Ff; JuN ' ioR — Sergeant, Company K; Varsity Wrestling; ness Staff, Buoi.e; Secretary-Treasurer, Mid-Virginia Monogram Club; Scorpions Club; Intramural Basebal ciety of Industrial Engineers. Senior — Lieutenant, Company K; Varsity Wre; Monogram Club; Society of Industrial Engineers; Pre Scorpions Club; Business Staff, Bugle; President, Virginia Club; Treasurer, Order of DeMolay. seball; otball. Club; GEORGE GILES, JR. " George " Victoria, Virginia Electrical Enc ineering Corps of Engineers Freshman— Private, Company E; Freshman Football; Rifle Team; Intramural Football; Mid-Virginia Club. Sophomore— Corporal, Company E; Mid-Virginia Club. Junior— Private, Company E; Scorpions Club; American Institute of Electrical Engineers; Mid-Virginia Club. Senior — Private, Headquarters Company, Second Bat- talion; Royal Order of Skippers; Scorpions Club; . Vmerican Institute of Electrical Engineers; Mid-Virginia Club. S lJi j() l ' .l ' ll ' V A: i (.ILLS " Blojv " Marion, Virginia I, I.KC IRH.. I. Kn(, INHERING Corps oj Engineers Frk ' hman — Private, Company H; Freshman Y. M. C. A. Cabinet i Siiuthwcst Virginia Cluh. Soi-HoMoHK — Curporal, Company Hi Y. M. C. A. Cabinet; American Institute of Electrical Engineers; Southwest Vir- ginia Club. Junior — Sergeant, Company H; Virginia Trchman; Y- M. C. A. Cabinet; American Institute if Electrical Engineers; Southwest Virginia Club; Short Wave Club. Senior — Lieutenant, Company H; Bachelors ' Cluh; Tech- aiiilsi Y. M. C. A. Cabinet; American Institute of Electrical Engineers; Southwest Virginia Club; Short Wave Club; B. M. M. A. I). NT()X (ill. MAN Hampton, V irginia Indi ' sirial Eni;inef.ring Coast Artillery Corps Intr ral .Athletics; H.impto .AN — Privat e, Compai Roads Club. ORK — Private, Company O; Intramural , thletlc ; ll.impton Roads Club. lis-ioR — Sergeant, Company O; Society of Industrial En- gineers; Intramural Athletics; Hampton Roads Club. Sknior— Lieutenant, Company O; Intramural Athletics; Hampton Roads Cluh; V. P. 1. Chapter, A. R. C. Life Sav- ing Corps. JACK EHRMIN GOOD " Jack " Lock Haven, Pcnns Ivania Mining Engineering Corps of Engineers ate, Co H; Tennis; Academic Cabinet; Intianuiral Ath- Honors; Freshman Y. M. leticsi Mineral Club. Sophomore — Corporal, Company H; Varsity Tennis; Academic Honors; Intramural Athletics; Mineral Club. Junior — First Sergeant, Company H; Assistant Defend- ing Attorney, Executive Committee; Assistant Defending .Attorney, Sub-Executive Committee; O. D. K.; Bachelors ' Club; Academic Honors; Beta Tau Epsilon; Intramural .Athletics; Chairman, Favors Committee, Junior-Senior Prom. Senior — Captain, Company H; Cotillio n Club; President, O. D. K.; Secretary, Bachelors ' Club; Academic Honors; Phi Kappa Phi; Tau Beta Pi; Intramural Athletics; B. M. M. A. JAMES BANKS GOODALL " GoofJy " Oak Park, Virginia Mechanical Engineering Corps oj Engineers Freshman— Private, Company H; Freshman Football; Intramural Athletics; Piedmont Club. Sophomore — Private, Company H; Piedmont Club. Junior — Private, Company H; American Society of Me- chanical Engineers; Piedmont Club. Senior — Private, Headquarters Company, Second Bat- talion; Royal Order of Skippers; American Society of Mechanical Engineers; Intramural Athletics; Piedmont Club; B. M. M. A. I - ' UKV w wit; cioon i,i, •7., 1 . " Madison, Virginia AtiRlLl ' I ITRAI. KtONOMICS InfiiHtry Frkmiman — Private, Ci)mpany C; Fuotballi Baicbalti Tricky Afiricultural Clubi Agricultural Education Club; Intramural Athcltics; Central Piedmont Club. SoiMioMoKK — Corporal, Company C; Afrricullura! Clubi j:ricultural Education Club) Intramural Athlclicsi Central Piedmont Club. Junior — Supply Sergeant, Company C; Intramural Mana- ger; Central Piedmont Club. Sfnior — Lieutenant, Crimpany C; Scorpions Club; Intra- Miur.Tl Manager; Central Piedmont Club. CLINTON SCOTT GOODW IN • ' Clua " New Britain, Connecticut Civil Encuneering Coast Artillery Corps Freshman — Private, Company Hi Football j Track; Edi- torial Staff, Tic Virginia Tech; Editorial Staff, Tht Tech Engineer; Order of DeMoLiy; Thcta Nu Sigma; Intramural .Vthletics. Sophomore — Private, Company H; Editorial Staff, The Virginia Tech; Business Staff, The Tech Engineer; .American .Society of Civil Engineers; Intramural Athletics; Order of DeMoby; Theta Nu Sigma. Junior — Private, Company H; Editorial .Staff, The Vir- ginia Tech; Bugle Editorial Staff; PI Delta Epsilon; .Ameri- can Society of Civil Engineers; Intramural Athletics; Theta Nu Sigma. Senior — Private, Headquarters Company, Third Ba ttalion; Royal Order of Skippers; Associate Editor, The Virginia Tech; Editor, The Buoi.e; Secretary, Pi Delta Epsilon; Scorpions Club; American Society of Civil Engineers; Thcta Nu Sigma; B. M. M. A. JAMES BOXLEY GOODWIN, JR. " Goodie " Clifton Forge, Virginia Business Adminisiraiion Corps of I?iftinfr Freshman— Private, Company B; RlHc Tcanii Business Staff, T ie Virginia Tech; Intramural Bowling; Intramural Volley Ballj Alleghany Mountain Club; Business Club. Sophomore — Corporal, Company B; Y. M. C. A. Cabinet; Alleghany Mountain Club; Business Club. Junior — Sergeant, Company B; Alleghany Mountain Club; Business Club. Senior — Lieutenant, Company B; President, Alleghany Mountain Club. i JOHN DILLARD GREEN " Joe " Bowling Green, Virginia Agronomy Injaiitrf Freshm.an — I ' rivate, Cumpanv A, Track; Agriculture Club. Sophomore — Corporal, Company A; Agriculture Club; Secretary, Rappahannock Valley Club. Junior — Supply Sergeant, Company A; Treasurer, Agri- culture Club; Alpha Zeta; Intramural Athletics; Rappahan- nock Valley Club. Senior — Lieutenant, Company ; .Agriculture Club; .• lpha Zeta; Intramural Athletics; President, R.ippahannock Valley Club. ttfe eLAlDK I; I;KI- ri(,RL " HH, JR. " Xellie " East Radford, Virginia Engineering Geology Coast Artillery Corps Frksiiman— Private, Company I; Order of DcMolay. SuPHoMORK — Private, Company Ni Mineral Club; Order ..f DcMolay; Southwest Virginia Club. Junior — Private, Company N-, Secretary-Treasurer, Min- eral Club; Intramural Basltctballj Order of DeMolayj Secretary-Treasurer, Southwest Virginia Club. Senior — Private, Headquarters Company, Third Battalion i Royal Order of Skippers; Bachelors ' Club; President, Mineral Clubi Intramural Football; Scribe, Order of DcMol.ay; S..uth- west Virginia Club. JAMES CARI IX (;rVNX " Wiwpy " Hillsvillc, Virginia .■ c;ronomv Coast Artillery Corps Krkshman — Private, Company D; Agricultural Club; Southwest Virginia Club. Sophomore — Private, Company U, Agricultural Club; Southwest Virginia Club. JiNioR — Private, Company D; Southwest Virginia Club. Senior — Private, Headquarters Company, Third Battalion; Royal Order of Skippers; Agricultural Club; Intramural Basketball. THOMAS RENWICK HALL " Tommy " Richmond, Virginia Business Administration Coast Artillery Corps Feshman — Private, Company Li Baseball ; Intramural Athletics; Richmond Club. Sophomore — Private, Company L; Varsity Wrestlings Intramural Athletics; Business Club; Richmond Club. Junior — Private, Company L; Varsity Wrestling; Intra- mural Athletics; Business Club; Richmond Club. Senior— Private, Headquarters Company, Third Battalion; Royal Order of Skippers; Varsity Baseball; Varsity Wrest- ling; Intramural Athletics; Business Club; Richmond Club. ROBERT MARTIN HAMILTON " Robert " Clarendon, Virginia Mechanical Engineering Coast Artillery Corps Freshman — George Washington University, Washington, D. C; American Society of Mechanical Engineers. Sophomore — Private, Company O; American Society of Mechanical Engineers; Capital Club. Junior — Private, Company O; American Society of Me- chanical Engineers; Capital Club. Senior — Private, Headquarters Company, Third R.itlalion; Royal Order of Skippers; American Society of Mechanical Engineers; Capital Club. Mi NATII MI-.I. WAI.IX) 11 KKISON " U .;■ Willie " Newport News, Virginia Mechanical Engineering Coast Artillery Corps KKkMiMAN — l ' ri .itc, Company K; Football; Dramatic Club; V. I ' . I. Quartet; Order of DcMolay; Hampton Roads Club. Soi-iioMoRK — Private, Company N; Dramatic Club; V. I ' . I. Quartet; Order of DeMolay; Hampton Roads Club. JiNioR — Private, Company N; Dramatic Club; Social ■Activities Committee; V. P. I. Quartet; Academic Honors; .■Vmcrican Society of Mechanical Engineers; Intramural Basketball; Order of DeMoLiy; Hampton Roads Club. Sksior — Private, Headquarters Company, Third Battalion; Royal Order of Skippers; American Society of .Mechanical Engineers; First Quarter Master Councilor, Order of De- Molay; Secretary-Treasurer, Hampton Roads Club. L. J KDW R1) XKW MAN lli;XKV " Ilrinr " } { .1 rrison hii rg, V ' irginia Klectricai. Enc;ineering Const Artillery Corps Frksiim. n — Priv.itc, Company I; Intramural .-Xthletics; Shenandoah Valley Club. Soi-iioMORE— Corp. ral, Cmpany I; Intramural Athletics; Shenand.Mh Valley Club. JrsioR — Sergeant, Company I; Intramural .Athletics; .American Institute of Electrical Engineers; Shenandoah N ' allcy Club. Sknior — Lieutenant, Company I; Intramural Athletics; -American Institute ( f Electrical Engineers; Shenandoah ' allev Club. EDWARD NATHANIEL HIBBERT " Flaih " Ashland, Kentucky Metallurgy and Metallography Corps of Engineers Freshman — Private, Company Gi Basketball; Academic Honors; Intramural Athletics; Order of DeMolay. Sophomore — Corporal, Company G; Academic Honors; All Around Intramural Champion; Intramural Athletics; Order of DeMolay. Junior — Sergeant, Company G; Varsity Track; Monogram Club; Academic Honors; Intramural Athletics; Order of DeMolay; B. M. M. A. Senior — Lieutenant, Company G; Varstiy Track; Mono- gram Club; Scorpions Club; Intramural Athletics; Order of DeMolay; President, Kentucky Club; B. M. M. A.; Academic Honors; Phi Kappa Phi. EDWIN AMMON HICKSON " Ed ie " Lynchburg, Virginia Biological Sciences hijantry Freshman — Private, Band; Lynchburg Club. Sophomore — Private, Band; Intramural Tenn burg Club. Junior — Private, Band; Leader and Manager ginia Techtnen; Lynchburg Club. Senior — Lieutenant, Band; Lynchburg Club. s; Lynch- T!,e Vir- I. K M)()I.1 ' 1I HII.I.SM X ' Uufll irrjp " Roanoke, Virginia Chemical Engineering Coast Artillery Corps Freshman — Private, Band; Chemical Clubj Intramural Fiicitballi Roanoke Club. Sophomore — Private, Randj Chemical Club; Intramural Kootball; Roanoke Club. IlNioR — Private, Band; Chemical Club; Roanoke Club. SFNioR Licutenant, Band; Wrestling; Chemical Club; Intramural Football; Roanoke Club. THOMAS JOHNSON HoRNE " T.J. " Wise, Virginia Ac;Ricui.ri ' RAi. Eul ' cation Infantry Club; Sor Club; L.incso Jus Club; Club. Sen .Agricu Aluinr I ' resid — Private, Company A; . ' gricultural Education nural Basketball; Lonesome Pine Club. E — Private, Company A; Agricultural Education mural Basketball; Intramural Cross Country; me Pine Club. OR — Sergeant, Company .A; Agricultural Education .Alpha Zela; Intramural Basketball; Lonesome Pine OR — Lieutenant, Company A; Agricultural Club; Itural Education Club; Scribe, Alpha Zeta; 4-H I Club; Intramural Football; Intramural Basketball; nt. Lonesome Pine Club. ROBERT SCOTT HUDGINS, JR. " Satchel " Richmond, X ' ii ' iriiiia Mechanical Engineering Corps of Engineers Freshman — Private, Company H; RichmonJ Club. Sophomore — Corporal, Company H; Richmond Club. Junior — Sergeant, Company Hi American Society of Me- chanical Engineers; Richmond Club. Senior — Lieutenant, Company Hi .American Society of Mechanical Engineers; Richmond Club; R. M. M. A. i II FRED SEYMOUR HUDSON, JR. " FroLfie " Cape Charles, Virginia Architectural Engineering Corps of Enghieers Freshman — Private, Company F; Basketball; Track; Cross Country; Baseball; . ' Architectural Club; Intramural .Athletics; Eastern Shore Club. Sophomore — Corporal, Company F; Varsity Basketball; Intramural Athletics; Architectural Club; Eastern Shore Club. Junior — Supply Sergeant, Company F; Varsity Basketball; Intramural .Athletics; .Architectural Club; Eastern Shore Club. Senior — Lieutenant, Company F; Varsity Basketball; Vice- President, Architectural Club; Intramural Athletics; Presi- dent, Eastern Shore Club. I [o i.i ' ii c Ri . I.I ' : ' ' Hoot " mi iM N Miildlctown, Virginia Agriculture Education Coast ArtUlrry Corps Khk.iiman ' — Private. Company Mi Football; Agricultural Eclucaliim Club; Shenandoah Valley Club. SoriioMoRE — Private, Company M; Agricultural Education Club; Shenandoah Valley Club. JrNlnR-Private, Company M; Varsity Wrestling; Agri- cultural Education Club; Shenandoah Valley Club. StNioR — Private, Hcadijuarlcrs Company, Third Battalion; Royal Order of Skippers; Varsity Wrestling; Agricultural Club; Agricultural Education Club; Intramural Athletics; Shenandoah Valley Club. ■: pry i RICH ARO TKRR ' IX(;R M Giitn.i, ' irginia Ki.Et iKic.Ai. JIncmneerinc. Coint Art Ui-r Corp Cnnir.iriy I; Intramural Athletics; Fkf s— Prival D.uivlllc Club. Siii ' iioMDRK — Private, Company N; .Vmirican Institute of Electrical Engineers; Intramural Athletics; Danville Club. JiNioR — Private, Company N; American Institute of Electrical Engineers; Danville Club. SfMoK — Private, Headquarters Company, Third Rattalion; Royal Order of Skippers; American Institute of Electrical Eiinineers; Intramural Athletics; Seminole Club. ALVIS FRANKLIN JACKSON " Ch ' ickfn " Norfolk, V irginia Chemical Engineering Const Artillery Corps Fre —Private, Company L Business Staff, Bugle; Chemical Club; Intramural Athletics; Norfolk Club. Sophomore — Private, Company O; Business Staff, Bugle; Chemical Club; Intramural Athletics; Norfolk Club. Junior — Sergeant, Company O; Business Staff, Bugle; Chemical Club; Intramural Athletics; Norfolk Club. Senior — Lieutenant, Headquarters Company, Third Bat- talion; Royal Order of Skippers; Business Staff, The Vir- ginia Tech; Business Staff, Bugle; Pi Delta Epsilon; Chemi- cal Club; Intramural Athletics; Norfolk Club. JOHN NEVIL JACKSON " Jack " Staunton, Virginia Chemical Engineering Coast Artillery Corps Freshman — Private, Company I; Track; Cross Country; Boxing; Shenandoah Valley Club. Sophomore — Corporal, Company I; Varsity Cross Country; Cotillion Club; Chemical Club; Shenandoah Valley Club. Junior — Sergeant, Company N; Cotillion Club; Bachel.irs ' Club; Chemical Club; 4-H Alumni Club; Intramural Atli- letics; Shenandoah Valley Club. Senior — Lieutenant and Plans and Training Officer, Third Battalion Staff; Varsity Track; Cotillion Club; Bachelors ' Club; Chemical Club; 4-H Alumni Club; Shenandoah Val- ley Club. i) II) r i I. j . ii-. Norfolk, Virgini.i Hl ' SINF.SS Adminisiraiion htftiHtry Krkjhmav— I ' rii.iic, Cc.mp;.ny Ci Norfotk Club Intra- muni KiM tbj|l. Soi-.i.iM„i.t_| riv;,ic, Cnmpany Cj Norfolk Cluhj Intrj- murnl r,„ tb.ill. Junior— Private, Company C; Norfolk Club; Intramural Risketball. Si- Ni.,R— Private, Headquarters Companv, Firfl Battalion; R..v:,l Oriler of Skipper,; N..rfolk Club; Intramural Ba.eball. Koi.WI) M-, rox Jiai-KRSOxN " . " Washington, I). C. HioLomcAL Sciences Const ArtUlrry Corps Freshman— Private, Companv I; Rlile Club; Order of DeMolayj Capital Club. Sophomore — Private, Companv I; Order of DeMolavi Capital Club. JiNioK— Private, Company I; Biolojtv Club; Order of DeMoLiy; Secretary-Treasurer, Capital Club. Senior — Private, Headquarters Company, Third Battalion; R.ival Order of Skippers; Iliolojtv dub; Order of UeMolayi ' lce-Presldnit, Capital Club. WILLIAM HORACE JEFFRESS " Jeff " Norfolk, Virginia Electrical Engineerinc. Const Aftillery Corps Freshman— Private, Company L Track; Business Staff, Bugle; Academic Honors; Intramural Athletics; Norfolk Club. Sophomore — Corporal, Company O; Business Staff, Bugle; Assistant Manager, Football; Intramural Athletics; Sergeant-at-arms, Norfolk Club. Junior — First Sergeant, Company O; Cotillion Club; Academic Honors; Assistant Manager, Football; Intramural Athletics; Norfolk Club. Senior— Captain, Company O; Cotillion Club; Bachelors ' Club; Beta Tau Epsilon; Manager, Freshman Baseball; Intramural Athletics; Vice-President, Norl.dk Club; O. D. K. ill i WILEY LEROY JENNINGS " Spe Y " Covington, Virginia Chemical En(;ineering Const Artillery Corps M; Football; Baseball; Freshman — Private, Co Alleghany Mountain Club. Sophomore— Corporal, Company M; Varsity Football; Varsity Baseball; Chemical Club; .Alleghany Mountain Club. Junior — Supply Sergeant, Regimental Staff; Varsity Foot- ball; Varsity Baseball; Chemical Club; Scorpions Club; Alleghany Mountain Club. Senior — Lieutenant-Colonel, Regimental Staff; Varsity Baseball; Chemical Club; Scorpions Club; Alleghany Moun- tain Club. 4 Ml l, l W mil-. J()I1. ()N " jiiir Fox Hill, Virginia Business Adminisiraiion Coast Artilltry Corps Frishman— I ' riv.ilc, Company Fi Frnhman Batcballi lntraniur.il Allili-licsi ({ampli.n RnaJs Cluh; Ruilnci) Club. Sui ' iioMonf — Corporal, Company Fi Var.ity Batcballi Intramural Atlileticsi Hampton Roads Clubi ButincM Club. JlNloR — Sergeant, Company F; Varsity Baseball; Intra- mural Athletics; Hampton Roads ' Club; Business Club. Sf.mor — Private. Headquarters Company, Third Ballalion; Royal Order of Skippers; Business Staff, Bugle ; Varsity Rasebnll; Intramurnl Athletics; Hampton Roads Club; Busi- ness Club. JAMES CH PM N JOHNSTON, JR. " ;; ; ■ " Harrisonliurg, Vtrgim ' .T Chemical Kncinf.ering Injiiit ry FRtSMMAN— Private, Company A; Shenandoah Vallcv Club. Sol ' HoMoRK — Corporal, Companv A; Shenandoah Valley Club. Junior — Private, Companv A; Intramural Tennis; Shen- .indoah Valley Club. Senior — Private Headquarters Company, First Battalion; R.iyal Order of Skippers; Chemical Club; Shenandoah Valley Club. EDWARD KEYS JONES Bluefield, West Virginia Business Administration hifarifry Freshman— fi «- f , Coll.g.: Sophomore — Bluefield College. Junior — Private, Company B; West Virgmia Club. Senior— Private, Headquarters Company, First Battalic Roval Order of Skippers Intramural Tennis; West Virgil Club. RALPH WOODSON JONES, JR. " Buster " TownSL-nd, Virginia Industrial Engineering hijtinfry Freshman- Private, Company B; Eastern Shore Club. Sophomore — Corporal, Company B, German Club; East- ern Shore Club. Junior — Sergeant Major, First Battalion Staff; Assistant Secretary-Treasurer, German Club; Bachelors ' Club; Secri- tary-Treasurer, Eastern Shore Club. Senior — Major, First Battalion Staff; Secretary-Treasurer, German Club; Bachelors ' Club; Vice-President, Eastern Shore Club. H ■i4 DONALD IK IN KI.oT • ' D. I. " kichinoml, Virginia CiiEMiLAL Engineering Corps of Engineers KKt.MiMAN — I ' rivalf, Company F; Newman Club; Chcmi- .1 Cluhi Intramural AthlclICM Richmond Club. Sdi ' ifoMdHt — Corporal, Company ¥ Newman Club I ' hcmical Club; Intramural Athletics; Richmond Club. JfMoR— First Sergeant, Company F; German Club; New- man Cluhi Chemical Club; Intramural Athletics) Richmond Club. Skmor — Captain, Company F; German Club; Bachelors ' Clubi Newman Club; Chemical Club) Intramural Athletics; Richmond Club. II RKV II XLLOWKD KNKiHT " Cw,, " Ninfolk, ' irginin Mechanical Engineerinc; Coast Artillery Corps Frkshman — Private, Company Mi Intramur.il .Athletics; Norfolk Club. Sol-iioMoRK — Private, Company O; Intramural .Athletics; Norfolk Club. Junior — Private, Company O; American Society of Me- chanical Engineers; Intramural Athletics; Norfolk Club. Sknior — Private, Headquarters Company, Third Ratlali-m; Royal Order of Skippers; .• mcr!can Society of Mechanical Engineers; Norfolk Club. JOHN EDWARD KULM " Eddir " Culpeper, Virginia Electrical Engineering Coast Artillery Corps Freshman— Private, Company K Wrestling; Freshman Y. M. C. A. Cabinet; Hampton Roads Club. Sophomore — Private, Company K; Y. M. C. A. Cabinet; American Institute of Electrical Engineers; Hampton Roads Club. Junior— Private, Company K. ; Y. M. C. A. Cabinet; American Institute of Electrical Engineers; Hampton Roads Club. Si-N-ioR- Private, Headquarters Company, Third Battalion; Royal Order of Skippers; Y. M. C. A. Cabinet; American Institute of Electrical Engineers; Hampton Roads Club. HERMAN LEE KYLE " Scrub " Fordwick, Virginia Civil Engineering Coast Artillery Corps Frkshman— Private, Company E; Football; Track; Intra- mural Athletics. Sophomore — Private, Company E; Business StaflF, Tlie Tech Engineer; .American Society of Civil Engineers; Intra- mural Athletics. JuN ' lcR — Sergeant, Company E; Business Staff, T ie Tec j Engineer; Pi Delta Epsilon; .American Society of Civil Engineers; Intramural Athletics; Shenandoah Valley Club. Senior — Lieutenant, Headquarters Company, Second Bat- talion; Royal Order of Skippers; Business Manager, T ie Tech Engineer; Pi Delta Epsilon; American Society of Civil Engineers; Intramural Athletics; Students ' Engineering Council; Shenandoah Valley Club; B. M. M. A. i 11 Wlli loN M NMN(. LAW SON " J.rry " Hampton, ' irgini.i BioLooicAL Sciences Corps of Engineers Frk iiman " — Private, Company Hi Intramural Athlcttcf; llnmpton Roads Cluh) V. P. I. Minstrels. SofHoMORE — Private, Company Ei Intramural Athtcticsi ILimpton Roads Clubi Biology Club. Junior — Private, Company E; Bachelors ' Club; Intra- mural Athlelicsi President, Biology Club; Hampton Roads Cl.ib. Sknior — Private, He.idquarters Company, Second Bal- t.illon; Royal Order of Skippers; Bachelors ' Club; Intra- mural Athleticsj Hampton Roads Club; Biology Club; B. M. M. A. i). Mi-,L ji:r()M1-; l1 ' . ' " Dan " Richmoiul, Virginia .Mech.anilai. Engineering Coast Artillery Corps Frkmiman— C ' « f,M; v oj Riilimon.i, Richmond, Virginia. Soi ' iioMORE — Priv.ilc, Company I; Freshman Boxing; .Americ.in Society of Mechanical Engineers; Intramural Athletics; Richmond Club. JiNioR— Private, Comp.iny I; Richmond Club. Senior — Private, Headquarters Company, Third Battalion; Royal Order of Skippers; American Society of Mechanic.il Kngincers; Intramural Athletics; Richmond Club; B. M. M. A.; Lord Reading Club. MARSH MARTIN LEWIS " Little Man ' ' Pcnnliigtiin Gap, Viry;iiiia Ac;riculti:ral Education hijatitry FKtsHMAN— I ' rnatc, Band, Agi kultinal Education Club; Lonesome Pine Club. Sophomore — Private, Band; Agricultural Education Club; Lonesome Pine Club. Junior — Private, Bandi Agricultural Education Club; Lonesome Pine Club. Senior — Private, Company A; Royal Order of Skippers; Agricultural Club; Agricultural Education Club; Lonesome Pine Club. THOMAS HENRY LEWIS " To III " L Jichbiiry;, Virginia Civil ENtuNEERiNc; Coast ArtUlrr dorps Freshman— Privati-, Cnip.iny h Football; Cotillion Club; Intramural Athletics; Lynchburg Club. Sni ' HOMORE — Corporal, Company I; Varsity Wrestling; Scrgeant-at-arms, Cot llion Club; American Society of Civil Engineers; Lynchburg Club. Junior — Sergeant, Company 1, Cotillion Club; American Society of Civil Engineeers; intramural Athl etics; Treasurer, Lynchburg Club. Senior — Lieutenant, Company I; Leader, Cotillion Club; American S.iciety of Civil Engineers; Intramural Athletics; President, Lynchburg Club. Kki n K( )N I) i.l-.V l,( )C K ( )( )1) " Locic " Virginia Beach, Virginia Elecirical Encjineering Coast Artillery Corps t- ' R . iiMAN — Priv;itc, Company Mi Tfch Buccaneers; Atidcmic Honorsi Norfolk Club; Tr-.A ScanJali. Soi ' iiuMORK — Corporal, Company M; Executive Commit- ted Business Staff, T ie Tech Engineer; Tech Buccaneert; Academic Honors; Norfolk Club. li ' MiiR — First Sergeant, Company M; Secretary, Corp of Cadets; Executive Committee; Business Staff, The Tech Engineer; O. I). K.; Virginia Techmen; Academic Honori; Beta Tau Epsilon; Secretary, American Institute of Electrical Encincers; Students ' Engineering Council; Norfolk Club. Sknior — Captain, Company M; Vice-President, Corps of C idets; Chairman, Sub-Executive Committee; Executive Com- mittee; Chairman, Student Publications Board; Associate Manager, The Tech Engineer; Vice-President, O. D. K.; Scorpions Club; Director, TechaJeli; Phi Kappa Phi; Aca- demic Honors; President, Tau Beta Pi; Chairman, American Institute of Electrical Engineers; Chairman, Students ' Engi- neering Council; Norfolk Club. H() ■ XRD FDWARD TO ROT. FY Hiickroc Hinch, Virginia Chemical Engineering Coast Artillery Corps Krkshman — Private, Battery L; Track; Intramural Ath- letics; Hampton Roads Club. Soi ' iioMORF. — Private, Battery O; Chemical Club; Intra- mural Athletics; Hampton Roads Club. Ji.NioR — Private, Battery O; Phi Lamda Upsilon; Chemical Club; Intramural Athletics; Hampton Roads Club. Sknior — Private, Headquarters Company, Third Battalion; Royal Order of Skippers; Phi Lamda Vpsilon; Scorpions Cluli; Chemical Club; Intramural Athletics; Hampton Roads Club. WILLIAM HENRY LYNE " Bee Lhie " Orange, Virginia Animal Husbandry Coast Artillery Corps ■ix.itc, Cmranv I, Tracks Cross Co unt Agricultural Club Sergean t-at-arms, P Freshman— Pr German Club mont Club. Sophomore — Corporal, Company I; Varsity Track i Mon gram Club; German Clubi Agricultural Club; Intramur Athletics; Secretary-Treasurer, Piedmont Club. Junior — Supply Sergeant, Company 1; Varsitv Trad Monogram Club; German Club; . ' Agricultural Club; O. I K.i Intramural Athletics; Vice-President, Piedmont Clul Secretary-Treasurer, Animal Husbandry Students ' Club. Senior — Lieutenant and Adjutant, Third Battalion Staf Varsity Track; President, Athletic Council; President, Mon gram Club; Leader, German Club; B.achelors ' Club; Pie. mont Club; President, Animal Husbandrv Students ' Clu ELMER EARLE McKESSON " Mac " Richnidiul, Virginia Mechanical Engineering Corps of Engineers Fkeshm.an— Private, Company L; Richmond Club. Sophomore— Private, Company L; Intramural Athletics, Richmond Club. Junior— Sergeant, Company F; American Society of Mechanical Engineers; Intramural Athletics; Richmond Club. Senior— Lieuten.int, Headquarters Company, Second Bat- talion; Royal Order o( Skippers; Intramural Athletics; Richmond Club. .. JlN Mccha Siftni.1. Skn Rov.ll Engin. M.IU-.K ' I ' W Ks M IIK Bridgcton, New Jersey Mki. MANIC AL ENCilNEERING Injantry MIMAS ' — Rutgers Vnivfrtity. iioMuRF. — Private, Company Mi Thtta Nu Sigma. ■OR — Private, Company Mi American Society of nical Engineers; Intramural Athleticai Thcta Nu loR — Private, Hradi|uarter» Company, Third Battalion i Order of Skippers i American Society of Mechanical cersi Intramural Athletics i Theta Nu Sigma. WILLIAM FRKDRICK ALARCUSON, JR. " WiU Bill " Rawlings, Virginia Indi ' sirial Engineering Corps of Engineers pRtsHMAN- — Private, Company Hi Freshman Y. M. C. . . C.ihinct. SocHoMORE — Private, Company H; Business Staff, The Virginia Tech; Y. M. C. A. Cabincti American Institute of Electrical Engineers. JiNioR — Private, Company Hi Business Staff, The Vir- ginia Tiih; American Institute of Electrical Engineersi Mid-Virginia Club. Sfnior — Private, Headquarters Company, Second Bat- talion; Royal Order of Skippers; Society of Industri.nl Engineers; Mid-Virginia Club; B. M. M. A. 1 McNEIL MARSHALL " Mac " Earlysville, Virginia AuRici ' LTURAL Engineering Coast Artillery Corps Freshman — Private, Company M. Sophomore — Private, Company M; American Society of Agricultural Engineers. Junior — Private, Company O; American Society of Agri- cultural Engineers. Senior — Private, Headquarters Company, Third Battalion; Royal Order of Skippers; American Society of Agricultural Engineers; Piedmont Club. DONALD THOMAS MARTIN " Spook " Richnidiid, Virginia Business Administraiion Coast Artillery Corps Freshman— Private, Comp.inv I; Ne«man Club, Rich- mond Club; Business Club. Sophomore— Corporal, Company I; Newman Club; Rich- mond Club; Secretary, Business Club; Class Ring Committee. Junior— First Sergeant, Company I; Cotillion Club; New- man Club; Richmond Club; Vice-President, Business Club. Senior — Captain, Company I; Cotillion Club; Bachelors ' Club; Newman Club; President, Business Club; Vice-Presi- dent, Richmond Club. h;lll ScnrpI ■.. MN(. m Ron mm I ' lN " Biiwp " IJt.lfurd, Virginia In 01 SI RIAL KN(,INKr.RIN:. Ittjiintry MliMAS — Priv.itc, Company C; Lynchburg Club. l-iiiiMoRF — I riv:itc, Company C. NioR — Scrgt-anl, Company Ci AttialanI Manager, Bax:- Sncicly of Industrial Engineers Inlramural Alhlclici. NioR — Lieutenant, Company C; Manager, Baseball) ons Club; Tau Beta Pi; Societv of Industrial Engi- Intramural Athletics. JOHN Hl.ACKW i:!.I, MAVXARI), JR. JJlnckslnirg, ' igini.i Chemical Encjineerim; Coast Artillrry Corps I:kkshman— Private, Company Li Chemical Club; Intra- mural Tennis. Soi ' iioMORE — Corporal, Company Li Varsitv Tcnnisi Editorial .Staff, Tli.- Virginia Tecii; Chemical c ' lubi Intra- mural Tennisi Order of DeMolay. JlNioR— Color Sergeant, Third Battalion StafTi Editorial Staff, Jl„- Virginia 7 ' .r r; Chemical Clu.n Intramural Ten- nis i Order of DeMolay i German Club. Sknior— Captain and Regimental Supply Officer, Regimen- tal Slatfi C.erman Clubi Chemical Clubi Intramural Tennisi Intramural Football i Order of DeMolav. ir EMORY ROOF MINNICH " Ishy " Richmond, Virginia Agricultural Engineering Coast Artillery Corps Freshman — Private, Band; Baseball; Cross Countrvi Wrestlingi American Society of Agricultural Engineers; Intramural Athletics. Sophomore — Corporal, Band; Varsity Baseball; Varsity Cross Country; Varsity Wrestling; American Society of Agricultural Engineers; Intramural Atliletlcs; Order of De- Molay. Junior— Sergeant, Band; Varsity Baseball; American Society of Agricultural Engineers; Intramural Athletics; Order of DeMolay. Senior — Captain and Plans and Training Officer, Regi- mental Staff; Varsity Baseball; Scorpions Club; American Society of Agricultural Engineers; Intramural Athletics; Order of DeMolay. GEORGE ARTHUR MOHLER " .Ho " Becklc-y, A ' est Virginia Business Administration Corps of Etigiiirrrs Band; Intr.imural Allilelics; West Freshman— Private, Virginia Club. Soi-HOMORE— Corporal, Band; Cotillion Club; Intramural ntramural joi-MoMoRE — Corporal, nana; votuiion CJurt; Int .■ thlctics; West Virginia Club. Junior — First Sergeant, Band; Cotillion Club; Int Athletics; West Virginia Club. Senior — Captain, Band; Secretary-Treasurer, Cotillion Club; Bachelors ' Club; I ' resident, West Virginia Club. yte MONTACUK, JR. " Monty " Frtdrickshiirg, Virginia Business Administration Coast Artillery Corps Frkshman — Private, Company Ki Fuotball) Academic H..ni)r»i Freshman Y. M. C. A. Cabineti Intramural Ath- kllcsi R.appahann.jck Valley Cli.b. Siii-iKiMoRK — Ciirpnral, Company Ki Academic Honors) y. M. C. A. Cabinet; Rappahannock Valley Club. Junior — Scrficant, Company K; Academic Honors; Vice- I ' rtsident, Y. M. C. A. Cabinet; Rappahannock Valley Club. Skvior — Private, Head |uarters Company, Third Rallalion; R.iyal Order i f Skippers; Phi Kappa Phi; Academic Honors; President, Y. M. C. A. Cabinet; Rappahannock Valley Club. NFLSON C HILI)R1-:SS .MOORI-; " .V. C. " Poquoson, Virginia Ki.EcrkicAi. Kn(;inef.rinu SigH il Corps Fhkshman — Private, Company C; Dramatic Club; Hamp- ton Roads Club; Intramur:il Basketball. SofHoMOKK — Private, Company C; Dramatic Club; Intr.i- mural Athletics; Sophomore Manager, Football; American Institute of Electrical Engineers; Hampton Roads Club. jiNioR — Sergeant, Company C; Hampton Roads Club; Junior Manager, Intramural .Athletics; .Vmerican Institute of Electrical Engineers. SENIOR — Lieutenant, Company C; Hampton Roads Club; . nierican Institute of Electrical Engineers; Intramural H.isketh.ill. ICTOR J. D. MOORE " . D. " Waynesboro, Virginia Chemical Enc;ineering Const Artillrry Corps Freshman— Private, Cunip.iny K.; Chemical Club; andoah Valley Club. Sophomore — Corporal, Company Ni German Chemical Clubi Assistant Manager, Football j Shen Valley Club. Junior — Supply Sergeant, Company Ni German Chemical Club Assistant Manager, Football; Shen Valley Club. Senior — Lieutenant, Company N; Monogram German Club; Chemical Club; Manager, Freshman ball; Shenandoah Vallev Club. Clubi andoah Clubi andoah Clubi Foot- JOHN WILLIAM MORRISON " Bill " Luray, Virginia Industrial Engineering Const Artillfr Corps Freshman— Private, Company li Footballi Track; Intra- mural Athletics i Shenandoah Valley Club. Sophomore — Corporal, Company Ni Class Secretary i Executive Committeci Academic Honorsi Intramural Ath- letics i Shenandoah Valley Club. Junior — First Sergeant, Company N; Class Secretary i Executive Committeci German Clubi Academic Honorsi Beta Tau Epsilon; Intramural Athletics; Shenandoah Valley Club. Senior — Captain, Company Ni Class Secretary i German Clubi Omicron Delta Kappa i Phi Kappa Phi i Academic HonorSi Tau Beta Pi; Society of Industrial Engineers i In- tramural Athleticsi Shenandoah Valley Club. Kk II I 1) 111 I MoKl-. M, LK " Duk " Riclimonil, Virginia Civil Kni;ineerin ; Corps of Englueen Kkksiimav — V. p. I. Extension, Richmond, Virginij; Academic Honors. SjI ' iiomork — Private, Company C; Freshman Football American Society of Civil En iinccrsi Intramural Athletloi Richmond Club. Jl ' Nior — Sergeant, Company Gi Varsity Fuotballi Ameri- can Society of Civil Engineers Scorpions Clubj Intramural Athletics; Order of DeMolay; Richmond Club; B. M. M. A. Si NloK — Lieutenant, Company Ci; Bugi.f. Business Staf!i Scorpi(ms Club; .American Society of Civil Engineers; Intra- mural Athletics; Order of DcMolay; Richmond Club; Presi- dent, B. M. M. A. JOHN Hi;XR MMNCI.R, jK. " J,uk " Norfolk, Virginia Bl ' SINESS .Xdminisiraiion Coast Artillery Cor[ s l-HK UMAX — Private, Company M; Intramural Athletics; Tennis, Norfolk Club. S.ii-iioMoRK — Corporal, Company M; Inlnmural .Athlelici; Tennis; Rltle Club; RiHe Teani; Norfolk Club; Business Club. JiMloR — Sergeant, Company M; Int-amural .Athletics; Tennis; Rifle Team; Rifle Club; N.irf.dk Club; Business Club. Sknior — Lleuten.int, Company M; Intramural .Athletics; T.fni.; Norfolk Club; Business Club. WILLIAM SCARBOROUGH NOTTINGHAM " Sotty " Norfolk, Virginin Business Administration Const ArtilliTX Corps Freshman— Private, Company I; Intramural Athlftics; Norfolk Club. Sol-HOMORE — Private, Company N; Business Club; Intra- mural Athletics; Norfolk Club. Junior— Private, Company Ni Business Staff, I ' . P. I. Skipper; Business Club; Intramural Athletics; Norfolk Club. Senior — Private, Headquarters Company, Third Battalion; Admiral, Royal Order of Skippers; Business Staff, I ' . P. I. Skipp.ri Business Club; Intramural Athletics; Norfolk Club. HKNRY BRODERICK PACK, Jr. " P,u-k " J:51acksliLirg, Virgini;i AciRICL ' LlTTRE EDUCATION Const Artillery Corps FutsHM.AN- Private, Company K; Basketball; Track; Baseball; Biology Club; Piedmont Club. Soi ' Homi:re— Corporal, Company N; Intramural Athletics; Vice-President, Biology Club. JuNicR — Sergeant, Company N; Varsity Baseball; Agri- cultural Education Club. Senior — Private, Headquarters Company, Third Battalion; Rr)yal Order of Skippers; Agricultural Education Club. (-I-. )R(,1-, K M) )I.1 ' II PALMKR IS.iltimon-, Man land Mechanical En(;ineerin(; Coast Artillery Corps Freshman — Private, Company Ai Batcballi Rifle Tcauij Rifle Clubi Inlramural Athletioi Newman Clubj Frohmjn V. M. C. A. Cabinet; Northern Neck Club. SolMioMoRK — Private, Company N; Varsity Tennil) Mono- gram Club; Rifle Team; Rifle Clubi Intramural Athletics Nc«man Club; Y. M. C. A. Cabinet; Northern Neclc Club. Junior — Sergeant, Company N; Monogram Club; Ride Team; Rifle Club; Intramural Athletics; Newman Club; V. M. C. A. Cabinet; Northern Neck Club. Sknior — Lieutenant, Company N; Monogram Club; Rifle Team; Rifle Club; Intramural .Athletics; Newman Club; Y. M. C. .• . Cabinet; .American Society of Mechanical Engineers; Northern Neck Club. EDWARD MOODY PENXIXCnON, JR. " ),, ; • Kinsalc, V irgiiiia AoRICL ' LTirRE Eui ' LAlIUN Freshman — Private, Company . Track; Cross Country; V. P. I. Collegiate Chapter of F. F. A.; Episcopal Club. SoPHoMoRK— Priv.ntc, Company A; V. P. I. Collegiate Chapter of F. F. A.; Episcopal Club; Northern Neck Club. JlNioR — Sergeant, Company . , V. P. 1. Collegiate Chap- ter of F. F. A.; Alpha Zeta; 4-H Alumni Club; Northern Neck Club. StNioR — Private, Heaili|uartcrs Company, First Battalion; Royal Order of Skippers; Varsity Tr.ick; President, V. P. I. Collegiate Chapter of F. F. A.; Chronicler, Alph.i Z.-Ii, 4-H Alumni Club; Northern Neck Club. EDMUND PICKUP " E " Fieldale, Virginia Chemical Engineering Const Artillery (Jorps Freshman— Private, Ci.mpany L; ]i:iseballi Rifle Cluhj Intramural Fuutball, Intramural liasketbalh Intramural Baseball. Sophomore— Curporal, Company Li Chemical Club In- tramural Football; Intramural Basketball j Intramural Base- ball, Junior — Sergeant, Company M; Chemical Club; Intra- mural Football; Intramural Basketball; Intramural Baseball. Senior — Lieutenant, Company L; Chemical Club; Intra- mural Football; Intramural Basketball; Intramural Baseball. JOHN MASON PILCHER " Maso i " Petersburg, Virginia Chemical Engineering Corps of Engineers npany H, Tei ral Athle Cotillion Petersburg Freshman — Pri ate, Club; Academic Honi.i Club. Sophomore — Corporal, Company H; Cotillion Club; Chemical Club; Academic Honors; Y. M. C. A. Cabinet; Intramural Athletics; Secretary, Petersburg Club. Junior— Sergeant Major, Second Battalion Staff; Cotil- lion Club; O. D. K.; Phi Lambda Upsilon; Chemical Club; Academic Honors; Recording Secretary, Beta Tau Epsilon; Y. M. C. A. Cabinet; Vice-President, Petersburg Club. Senior— Major, Second Battalion Staff; Vice-President, Cotillion Club; Treasurer, O. D. K.. ; Vice-President, Phi Lambda Upsilon; Chemical Club; Phi Kappa Phi; Academic Honors; Recording Secretary, Tau Beta Pi; Executi e Hoard, Y. M. C. .A..; President, Petersburg Club. ■ 11 R.M )N l.l rillK i ' llM ' lN Hn ' stiil, Virginia CuKMISIRY (.loiiit Artillery Corps FHtsiiMAN— Priialc, Cr.mp.iny M; Nc»man flubi Chemi- cal Cliihi Inlramural Athletics; Southwest Virginia Club. S .i-M .MoR — C.jrp..rjl, Cumpany Oi Nc«m.in Club; In- tramural Athli ' tlcsi Chemical Club; Southuest Virfrinii Club. JfMOR — Supply Sergeant, Company O; German Clubj Ni ' uman Club; Chemical Club; Intramural Athleticsi Suuth- »e!t Virginia Club. Senior — Lieutenant, Company O; German Club; New- man Club; Chemical Club; Intramural Athletics; South- west Virginia Club; B. M. M. A. hi:khi;r r rhkd poi.i.ard, Jr. ] ' ()rt!.iiii utli, Virgini.T Business Administr.viihn Corps of Etighiiirs I KK-.iMAv— l•ri .lte, Comp.iny K. Intramural .Athletic ' l-.Ttsmuulh Club. S.u-HOMORF — Corporal, Company E; Intramural .Athletic ' I ' ortsmouth Club. Ji ' NioR — Sergeant, Company E; Intramural .Athletic! Portsmouth Club. StMOR — Lieutenant, Company E; Business Club; Intr; inur.ll Athletics; Secrel.iry-Treasurrr, Portsmouth Club; B, M. M. A. WILLIAM BRECKENRIDGE P( RTERFIELD, JR. " BtU " Glade Spring, Virginia Agricultliral Education C onst Artillcr Corps Freshman — Private, Company M; Class Sergeant-at-armsi Football i Track) Boxings German Club; Agricultural Edu- cation Clubi Southwest Virginia Club. Sophomore — Corporal, Company M; Class Vice-President i Football; Boxing; Secretary, Athletic Council; Monogram Club; Corps Sergeant-at-arms; German Club; Agricultural Education Club; Southwest Virginia Club. Junior — Scrgeant-Major, Third Battalion Staff; Class Vice-President; Football; Vice-President, Athletic Council; Monogram Club; Executive Committee, German Club; Agri- cultural Education Club; Bachelors ' Club; Southwest Virginia Club; O. D. K. Senior— Major, Third Battalion Staff; Class Vice-Presi- dent; Captain, Football; Boxing; Vice-President, Monogram Club; Vice-President, German Club; Agricultural Education Club; Vice-President, Bachelors ' Club; Southwest Virginia Club; O. D. K.. THOMAS HUGH PRESCOTT ' ' Tom " East Bethanv, New York Biological Sciences Infantry Freshman — Private, Band; Theta Nu Sigma. Sophomore— Corporal, Band; Chemical Club; Theta Nu Sigma. Junior — Sergeant, Band; Bugi.e Business Staff; Assistant Business Manager, V. M. C. A. Handbook; Theta Nu Sigma. Senior — Lieutenant, Band; Bugle Business Staff; Scor- pions Club; Business Staff, I ' . P. I. Skipper; President, Theta Nu Sigma; Biology Club. IHH Rolll.K r lNrl,. I 1M 1.-I ' ). " Hoi, " S.iliin, Virginia Kl.Kt IRKAI. Kn(.INK1-.R1N(, nffiutry I KtMiMAN — l ' ri ;itc, Ciitiipany R; Anuricin Instilulc ..f l-.li-ctric.ll EiiginciTS. S.il ' lluMuRK — Oirporal, C»mp.iiiy llj Anirricm Inslilutr of Electrical En);!iiccrs. JiNioR — Supply StTgi-anl, Company B; Gi-rman Club; .American Institute iif Electrical Engineers. .StMoR — Lieutenant, Ciimpany B; Ccrman Club; American Institute of Electrical Engineers. II K )i,i) (;ra i;s I ' Rk !■; " Sinn " Portsmouth, Ohio I ' .LF.CIRKAI. F. NI,1NEERIN(J ; ( ;; ;■)• Iki-mimav- Pr; .,le, (.•.mip.inv A; Intramural Vi.llevball i R...in„ke Club. SuiMioMiiKc — Private, Company A; Roanoke Club. JiNioR — Private, Company A; .American Institute of Electrical Engineers; Short Wave Club; Roanoke Club. Sknior — Private, Head.iuartcrs Company, First Battalion i Royal Order of Skippers; American Institute of Electrical Engineers; Vice-President, Short Wave Club. JAMES CARLTON PRICE L iichburg, Virginia Civil Engineering Corps oj Enginem Freshman — Private, Company Fi Baseball traniural Baseball i Lynchburg Club. Sophomore— Corporal, C " ' Civil Engineers; Int ngi In. Society of ,pany F; A ivu iingineers; intramural Baseball i Lynchburg Club. Junior — Sergeant, Company F; American Society of Civil Engineers; Secretary, Lynchburg Club. Senior — Lieutenant, Company F; Wrestling; American Society of Civil Engineers; Vice-President, Lynchburg Club; B. M. M. A. GEORGE ROBERT PRINCE " George " Newsome, Virginia Agronomy Const Artillery Corps Fke. h MAN— Private, Company M; Agricultural Club; Intramural Athletics; Peanut Club. SorHoMoRE — Private, Company M; Agricultural Club, Intramural Athletics; Peanut Club. Junior — Sergeant, Company M; .Agricultural Club; In- tramural Athletics; Peanut Club. Senior — Private, Headquarters Company, Third ll.ill.iliun , Royal Order of Skippers; Varsity Tr.ick; Agricultur.il Club; Company Manager, Ijitramural Athlet ' cs; Peanut Club. .. KriH K I l,|-,M.MIN(, TRol I IT, JR. " I ' rufu " Kii-hmdiul, Virginia iiLEciRicAL Engineering Coast Artillery Corps Fhkshman— Private, Company Ki Richmond Club. Sui-iioMoRE — Private, Company K; American Inititule of Electrical Engineers Richmond Club. Junior — Private, Company K; Americ.m Institute of Electrical Engineers; Richmond Club. Senior — Private, Headquarters Company, Third Battalion; Royal Order of Skippers; American Institute of Electrical Engineers; Richmond Club. WH.I.l . I RURDKI ' I ' R A.MSK - " Bum " Charldttc Court House, Virginia Agrki ' lti-rai. Economics Infantry Frkmiman— Private, Compa ny I); Haseb.ilh Inlr.iniural Cross Country. Sophomore — Corporal, Companv I); Intramural Basket- ball. Junior — Sergeant, Company U; .Vgricultural Club; Intra- mural Basketball. Senior — Lieutenant, Company D; Agricultural Clubi Intramural Basketball. WILLIAM LUSBV RAWLINGS " V. L. " Rectortavern, Virginia Business Administration Iiijiintrx Freshman — Private, Company B; Intramural Athletics. Sophomore — Corporal, Company Bi German Cluh. Junior — First Sergeant, Company B; German Club. Senior — Captain, Company B; German Club. WALTER RICHARDSON REYNOLDS " Cap " Chatham, Virginia Agricultural Economics Const ArtUlrry Corps Freshman— Private, Company D, Tracks Intramural Baseball i Danville Club. Sophomore — Private, Company Dj Intramural Baseball i Danville Club. Junior — Private, Company 1 , Agricultural Clubj Dan- ville Clubi Varsity Basketball i Intramural Baseball. Senior — Private, Headquarters Company, Third Battalion; Royal Order of SkippcrSi Varsity Basketball; Vice-President, Seminole Club; Intramural Baseball; Agricultural Club. iiim W IM.I M I IloM AS KK ' I ' : " 1 oni " Hague, Virginia Civil Encuneerinc; Corps of Engineers I-KKMCMAS — Private, Company H; Foutballi Baacball) Wrc-stllngi Inlraniural Athletics ; Scrgcant-at-arms, Rappa- hann..ck Valley Club; Northern Neck Club. Sophomore — Corporal, Company H; Varsity Football i ' :irsity Wrestling; American Society of Civil Engineers) Intrimural Athletics; Secretary-Treasurer, Rappahannock -.ilky Club; Northern Neck Club. ji ' NioR — Sergeant, Company H; Varsity Wrestling; Secre- tary-Treasurer, American Society of Civil Engineers; Intra- mural Athletics; Students ' Engineering Council; Vice-Presi- dent, Rappahannock Valley Club; Northern Neck Club. Sfnior — Lieutenant, Company H; Scorpions Club; Corres- ponding Secretary, Beta Tau Epsilon; President, American Society of Civil Engineers; Intramural Athletics; Vicc- Chairman, Students ' Engineering Council; Vice-President, Rappahannock Valley Club; Northern Neck Club; B. M. M. A. EDWARD M. R IX RICHARDSON, JR. " E,P ' Dindnm, V iginia Ei.EcTRicAi. Knc;ineerin(; Corps of Engineers I ' kkshman — Private, Band; Business Staff, BuntE; Ameri- can Institute of Electrical Engineers; Intramural Football; Intramural I!o«lIng; Intramural Baseball. SoniuMoRK — Private, Band; Business Staff, Bugle; .American Institute of Electrical Engineers; Intramural Foot- b.tll; Intramural Baseball; Intramural Bowling. Ji xjoR — Private, Band; American Institute of Electrical Engineers; Intramural Football; Intramural Baseball; Intra- mural Bowling. StNioR — Lieutenant, Band; American Institute of Electri- cal Engineers; Intramural Football; Intramural Baseball; Intramural Bowling; Peanut Club. FLETCHER HOLT RICHARDSON " Jolly Roger " RichiiKuid, Virginia Civil Engineering Corps of Engineers Freshman — Private, Company E; Freshman V. M. C. A. Cabinet; Richmond Club. Sophomore — Corporal, Company E; Y. M. C. A. Cabinet; American Society of Civil Engineers; Richmond Club. Junior— Color .Sergeant, Second Battalion Staff; Y. M. C. A. Cabinet; American Society of Civil Engineers; Rich- mond Club. Senior— Supply Officer, Second Battalion Staff; Y. M. C. A. Cabinet; American Society of Civil Engineers; Rich- mond Club; B. M. M. A. TLLL M DA TD RICHARDSON " Bill " Keeling, Virginia Agricultural Economics fnfrmfry Freshman — Private, Company C; . ' Agricultural Agricultural Education Club; Scrgeant-at-arnis, Se Club. Sophomore — Corporal, Company C; Agricultural Treasurer, Seminole Club; Rho Dammit Rho. Junior — Sergeant, Company C; Secretary, Seminole Rho Dammit Rho. Senior — Lieutenant, Company C; Scorpions Club; dent, Seminole Club; Rho Dammit Rho. Club; ninole Club; Club; I ' resi- W 11,1,1 M ll) K1) KK H R1)S()N, JR. " Blimp " hm pi Ilia, Virginia Architeci I ' RAL Kn(;ineerinc; ( otist Artillfrx (. ' orps Frkshman — Private, Company I; Architectural Club. SoPHoMORK — Private, Company I; Architectural Clubj Order of DeMolay. JlNioR — Private, Company ; Secretary-Treasurer, Archi- tectural Club; Students ' Engineering Council. Senior — Private, Headquarters Company, Third Battalion i Royal Order of Skippers; President, Architectural Club; Students ' Engineering Council. EDGAR ' INCENT RUSSKLL " Buck " Guinea, Virginia Chemisirv Coast Artilliry Corps FkFsHMAN — Private, Company I; Rappahannock Valley Chibi Intramural Athletics. Sophomore — Private, Company Ki Chemical Club; Y. M. C. A. Cabinet; Intramural . ' Vthleticsj Rappahannock Vallcv Club. Junior — Private, Company K.; R.ippahann.nk Valley Chibi Chemical Club; Intr.imural Athletics; . M. C. . C.Lbinet; Secretary, International Relations Club. Senior— Private, Headquarters Companv, Third Battalion; R..yal Order of Skippers; Treasurer, V. M. C. A. Cabinet; Clu-mical Club; Secretary, International Rel.itluns Club; R.ippahannock Valley Club; Intramural Athletics. FREDERICK LOWELL SANDERS " Mnnitic " Norfiilk, Virginia Business Administration Coast Arf ' tller ' Corps Freshman — Private, Companv M i Order of DeMolayi Norfolk Club. Sophomore — Private, Companv O; Order of DeMolav; Norfoll Club; Business Club. Junior— Private, Companv O Order of DeMolav; Nor- folk Club; Business Club. Senior — Private, Headquarters Company, Third Battalion; Royal Order uf Skippers; Norfolk Club; Business Club. JOSEPH HENRY SAUNDERSJr. " Joe " Newport Nrws, Virginia Architecil ' r.al Engineerinc; Coast Artillery Corps Freshman— Private, Company 1; Dramatic Club; Intra- mural .Athletics; Order of DeMolay; Hampton Roads Club. Soi ' HoMoRE — Private, Company I; Academic Honors; Intramural Athletics; Order of DeMolav; Hampton Roads Club. JuNTOR— Sergeant, Company I; Business Staff, Bugle; Academic Honors; Architectural Club; Intramural .-Athletics; Order of DeMolay; Hampt.m Roads Club. Senior — Lieutenant, Headquarters Company, Third Bat- ta lion; Royal Order of Skippers; Advertising Manager, Bugle; Phi Kappa Phi; Second Quarter Master Councilor, Order of DeMoLay; Hampton Roads Club; Architectural Club; Editorial Staff, 77;c Virginia Tech Engineer. inifc K()1!1-.R|- I) M1-,1. sI-.AKS ' Slu iin " Pamplin, Virginia AllRONOMV hijtin ry I ' rkshman — Private, Company Ci Wrcstlingi Agricullun flubi Freshman Y. M. C. A. Cabinet. Sophomore — Corporal Company C; Agricultural Club. Ji-NioR — Sergeant, Company Cj Agricultural Club. Sfnior— Private, Headqu.lrters Company, First Battalion Royal Order of Skippers . ' griculture Club. CILBKRT LOUIS SKAY " Blow " Roaiicikc, ' irgiiiia Elecirical Kncjinf-ERIng (. ' oust Artillrry Corps Freshman- — Private, Company Li Business Staff, Th( Virginia Tech; Business Staff, Bigi.ei Freshman V. M. C. A. Cabinet; Roanoke Club. Sophomore — Private, Company L; Business Staff, The Virginia r.cli; Business Staff, BuciEi Y. M. C. A. Cabinet) Roanoke Club. Junior — Private, Company L; Business Staff, The Virginia Tech; Business Staff, Bugle; Pi Delta Epsilon; Short Wave Club; Vice-President, Roanoke Club. Senior — Private, Headquarters Company, Third Battalion; Royal Order of Skippers; Secretary, Student Publications Board; Business Manager, The Virginia Teeh; Business Staff, Bici.E; Pi Delta Epsilon; .American Institute of Electrical Engineers; Short Wave Club; Secretarv-Treasurer, Roanoke Club; O. D. K. HAROLD SUMMERMLLE SHANNON Mount Jackson, Virginia Architectural Engineering Coast Artillery Corps Freshman— Private, Comp.my M; German Clubj Slien- andc.ah Valley Club. Sophomore — Private, Company M; Class Treasurer; Ger- man Clubi Architectural Club; Shenandoah Valley Club. Junior — Sergeant, Company M; Class Treasurer; German Club; Bachelors ' Club; Architectural Club; Shenandoah Val- ley Club. Senior — Lieutenant, Company M; Class Treasurer; Presi- dent, German Club; Bachelors ' Club; Architectural Club; Southwest Virginia Club. CARROLL HENRY SHELHORSE " Drui " Culpeper, Virginia Electrical Engineering ( orps oj Engineers Freshman — Private, Company E; Piedmont Club. Sophomore — Corporal, Company E; Assistant Manager, Track; Piedmont Club. Junior — Sergeant, Company E; Assistant Manager, Base- ball. Senior— Lieutenant, Company E; Manager, Baseball; American Institute of Electrical Engineers. W II. SON k WMOM) slIIJ.K )N " 11; , " Nnitli I ' ciik, W ' l-st Virginia Ul ' SINK ;s AlJMINIS IRA rioN Coast Artillrry ( orps I-KHMiMAN— Privntc, Company O; Basketball i Track; Baseball; Business Staff, ' I ' ll,- Virginia Te h; Intramural Athletics; West Virginia Club. SonioMoRF. — Corporal, Comp.iny O; Varsity Track; Busi- ness Club; Intramural Athletics; West Virginia Club. Ji ' MoR — Sergeant, Company G; Business Club; West Vir- ginia Club; B. M. M. . Senior — Lieutenant, Company C; Business Club; Inter- national Relations Club; Intramural Athletics; West Virginia Club; B. M. M. A. 1 " R AXK HITLKR SHr.MATH " Buck " ' iiistiin-S;ikni, North Carolin.-i Electric Ai. F. NiawEERiNt; Coast Artillrr Corps Freshm.an— I ' ii ale, Con.p.iny M; Ra-e ' .ialli Intraniur.il ■Athletics. Sophomore — Corporal, Company O; Intramural .Athletics. Junior — Sergeant, Company O; Intramural Athletics. Senior — Lieuten.int, Company O; American Institute of Electrical Engineers; Intramural Athletics; North Carolina Club. GILBERT BERNARD SHURE ' ' Eagle " Norfolk, Virginia Chemical Engineering Coast Artillery Corps Freshman— Private, Company L; Chemical Club; Aca- demic Honors; Norfolk Club. Sophomore— Private, Company O; Chemical Club; Aca- demic Honors. Junior— Private, Company O; Phi Lambda Vpsilon; Chemical Club; Academic Honors. Sfnior — Private, Headquarters Company, Third Battalion; Royal Order of Skippers; Phi Lambda Vpsilon; Chemical Club; Academic Honors; Phi Kappa Phi; Norfolk Club; President, Lord Reading Club. LEON DALMAIN SIMMONS " Dal " Richmond, Virginia Chemical Enuneering Coast Artillery Corps Freshm.an — Private, Company I; Football; Boxing; Executive Committee; Newman Club; Chemical Club; Aca- demic Honors; Sergeant-at-arms, Richmond Club. Sophomore— Corporal, Company I; Class President; Var- sity Football; Varsity Boxing; Sub-Executive Committee; Cotillion Club; Newman Club; Chemical Club; Academic Honors; Treasurer, Richmond Club. Junior — Sergeant Major, Regimental Staff; Class Presi- dent; Varsity Football; Second Vice-President, Corps of Cadets; Sub-Executive Committee; Cotillion Club; Pi Lamb- da Upsilon; Bachelors ' Club; Newman Club; Academic Honors; Beta Tau Epsilon; Vice-President, Richmond Club; O. D. K. Senior — Colonel, Regimental Staff; Class President; Var- sity Football; President, Corps of Cadets; Executive Com- mittee; Cotillion Club; Pi Lambda Upsilon; Bachelors ' Club; Newman Club; Chemical Club; Academic Honors; Phi Kappa Phi; Beta Tau Epsilon; Tau Beta Pi; President, Richmond Club; O. D. K. J .MI, Kl l.l.I. IM1 ' )N " If iiHp " Batavia, New ' ork Civil Knc;inf.f,rin(; Corps of Ettginrfts Frfshman— Privnte, Company ? ; Order if DL-Mnlay; ' I ' lict.i Nu Sigma. S.ii ' HoMoRE — Private, Company Fi American Society of Civil Engineers; Order of DeMolay; Tliela Nu Sigma. JuNroR — Private, Company F; American Society of Civil Kngineersi Order of DeMolay; Thcia Nu Sigma. SF. •loR — Private, Head.juarters Company, Second Rattal- liin; Royal Order of Skippers; American Society of Civil F,ngineers; Order of DeMolay; Theta Nu Sigma; B. M. M. A.; Features Editor, Thk Bugue. CIIARLKS W II.LI AM SMI ' IH " 6 ' i i " Scottsvillf, ViiLrinia Eleciricai. Enchneerinu Corps of Enginrrri Frfshman; — Priv.ite, Company F. SoiMioMORE — Private, Company F; Intramural Athletics. Junior — Private, Company Fi Intramural Athletics. Senior — Private, Headquarters Comp.nny, Second Battal- ,11, Royal Order of Skippers. EUGENE ARLINGTON SMITH, JR. " Sp, ' cJi- " London Bridge, Virginia Mechanical En(;inf.erin .; Const ArtlUi-ry Corps Freshman— Private, Company L; Intramural Vnllc-y Balh Intramural Baseball i Norfolk Club. Sophomore — Private, Company L American Society of Mechanical Engineersi Intramural Football; Intramural Baseball; Norfolk Club. Junior — Sergeant, Company L; American Society of Mechanical Engineers; Intramural Baseball; Norfolk Club. Senior — Lieutenant, Company L; American Society of Mechanical Engineers; Intramural Football; Intramural Baseball; Norfolk Club. OWEN JAMES SMITH " O. . " Suffolk, Virginia Metallurgical Encineering Injafitry Freshman — Private, Company D; Football; Rifle Team; Chemical Club; Intramural Athletics; Peanut {. ' lub. SoHHoMoRE — Corporal, Company D; Rifle Team; Chemi- cal Club; Intramural Athletics; Peanut Club. Junior — Sergeant, Company D; Chemical Clu ' i; Secre- tary-Treasurer, Peanut Club. Senior — Private, Headquarters Cunpany, First Battalion; Royal Order of Skippers; Editorial StatI, Kuoi i- ; Mineral Club; President, Peanut Club. II II KOHI-.RT DAKM.I.I. sMllH • ' R. D. " A list in vil If, ViiLriiiia l). IKV HrsHANORV Coast Artdlfr Corps Krk-iiman — Private, Company V , Agricultural Education Club. SiHMioMciKF — Corporal, Company 1); Assistant Manager, liaskclhall. JiMoR— Supply Sergeant, Company D, Uairy Club; Assistant Manager, Basketball; Agricultural Club. Sknior — Lieutenant, Company O; . ' Vgrlcultural Club; Uairy Club; Manager, l-reshman Basketball. LCU ' IS LYLE SNEDDEN " Colourl " Kagic Rdck, Y ' lrgima Mechanical Enuineerinc; Corps of Engincfrs Frkshm. n— I ri ate, Company Ei Rifle Club; Rifle Team; Alleghany Mountain Club. Sol-miMoRE — Corporal, Cunipanv E; Alleghany Mountain Club. JiNloR— Sergeant, Company K; Rifle Club; Rifle Tcaiiii Alleghany Mountain Club. Sknior — Lieutenant, Company E; Rifle Club; Rifle Teami American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Alleghanv Moun- tain Club; B. M. M. A. .. i i CHARLES THOMAS SNELLINGS Boydtoii, Virginia Electrical Engineering Coast Artillery Corps Freshman — Private, Company K; Mid-Virginia Club. Sophomore— Corporal, Company Ki Cotillion Club; Mid- Virginia Club. Junior — First Sergeant, Cnmpany Ki Cotillion Club, Bachelors ' Club; American Institute of Electrical Engineers; Mid-Virginia Club. Senior— Captain, Company K; Cotillion Club; Bachelors ' Club; .American Institute of Electrical Engineersj Mld-Vlr- ginia Club. THOMAS BOYD SPILLER, JR. Britigc-t(in, New Jersey Industrial Engineering Coast Artillery Corps Freshman— Private, Cimipany M; Northern States Club. Sophomore — Private, Company Mi Northern States Club. JuNH)R — Sergeant, Company Mi Soulhcrn Colonds; So- ciety of Industrial Engineers; Northern States Club. Senior— Lieutenant, C.mipany Mi Soul n-n: Coliinch; So- ciety of Industrial Kng ' ncersi N.Mthern States Club. AI.MSON llol.Di ' N S ' l ' KPHKNSOX " Sirvr " Iviir, Virginia . (;rk I ' LiuRAL Engineering Coast Artillery Corps Freshman — Privnte, Cumpany K; Basketball) Baseball; Freshman Y. M. C. A. Cabinet; American Society of Agri- cultural Engineers; Peanut Club. Soi ' HCMoRK — Private, Company K; Varsity Baseball; Y. M. C. A. Cabinet; American Society of Agricultural Engi- neers; Intramural Basketball; Intramural Football; Peanut Club. Junior — Private, Company K; Varsity Baseball; Y. M. C. A. Cabinet; American Society of Agricultural Engineers; Intramural Basketball; Order of DcMol.iy; Peanut Club. Senior — Private, Headquarters Company, Third Battalion; Royal Order of Skippers; Varsity Baseball; Y. M. C. A. Cabinet; American Society of Agricultural Engineers; Intra- mural Basketball; Intramural Football; Order of DcMolay; Peanut Club. W ILLIAM W ' ALTKR STRori) " iV iW ' " Ncirfolk, Virginia .Mechanical Engineering Const Artillery Corps Fkemiman— Private, Company L; Cotillion Club; Boxing; Intramural Baseball; Intramural Boxing; Norfolk Club. Soi ' HoMoKt — Corporal, Company L; Cotillion Club; In- tramural Baseball; Intramural Boxing; Varsity Boxing: Norfolk Club. Juni-.r — First Sergeant, Company L; Varsity Bt)xing; Monogram Club; Executive Committ.e; Cotillion Club; American Society of Mechanical Engineers; Intramural Base- ball; Secretary-Treasurer, Norfolk Club. Senior — Captain, Company L; Secretary, Monogram Club; Prosecuting Attorney, Executive Committee; President, Cotil- lion Club; Bachelors ' Club; .American Society of Mechanical Engineers; Intramural Baseball; President, Norfolk Club. Fre FRANKLIN ' INYAR1) SUMMERS " Bm-kju-z-Jr " Harrisbiirg, Pi--iinsylvanla Mechanical Engineering Coast Artillery Corps HMAN— Private, C.mipanv H. Sophomore — Private, Company H; Intramural Athletics. Junior — Sergeant, Company Hj American Society of Mechanical Engineers; Intramural Athletics; Junior-Senior Prom Committee. Senior — Lieutenant, Company H; Bachelors ' Club; Ameri- can Society of Mechanical Engineers; Intramural Athletics; B. M. M. A. 1 I I SIDNEY EVERETT SUTHERLAND, JR. " Sid " Hopewc-ll, Virginia Business Administration Coast Artilliry Corps Freshman — Private, Company I; Basketball; Baseball; Cotillion Club; Sergeant-at-arnis, Petersburg Club. Sophomore — Private, Company I; Varsity Baseball; Cotil- lion Club; Business Club; Petersburg Club. Junior— Sergeant, Company I; Varsity Baseball; Mono- gram Club; Executive Committee; Cotillion Club; Bachelors ' Club; Business Club; Petersburg Club. Senior — Lieutenant, Company I; Varsity Baseb.ilh M..n(.- gram Club; Cotillion Club; Bachelors ' Club; Business Club; Treasurer, Petersburg Club. HHI I, KI ' NCI-. I ' lRDV SIT ' ION " Larry " Bath, New York Cnil. tNlilNEERINC; Corps of Engineers Frkmiman — I ' rivatc, Company H; Intramural Athletics; Thcta Nu Sigma. SnniuMoRE — Private, Company Hi American Society of Civil EngineerSi Intramural Athletics Tlieta Nu Sigma. Junior — Private, Company H; American Society of Civil Engineers; Theta Nu Sigma; B. M. M. A. Senior — Private, Headquarters Company, Second Battal- ion; Royal Order of Skippers; Scorpions Club; American Siiciety of Civil Engineers; Intramural .Athletics; Theta Nu Sigma; B. M. M. A. W AYLAXD WHITNEY SWKKXKY, JR. " ]l ut " L iHliliiirjr, Virginia Applied Chemistry Corps of Engineers Freshman — Lytic hburg College. Stil ' HoMoRE — Private, Company E; Chemical Club; Rho Dammit Rho; Lynchburg Club. JlNioR — Private, Company E; Chemical Club; Rho Dam- mit Rlio; Lynchburg Club. StNloR — Lieutenant and Plans and Training Officer, Second Battalion Staff; Scorpions Club; Chemical Club; Rhu Dammit Rho; Lynchburg Club; B. M. M. A. SAMUE L TABET " Sammy " Norfolk, Virginia Industrial Engineering Corps of Engineers Freshman— Private, Company F; Business irginia Techi Society of Industrial Engineers; Staff, Th Intramura Athletics Norfolk Club. Sophomore — Corporal, Company F; Business Staff, The Virginia Tech; Society of Industrial Engineers; Sophomore Intramural Manager; Norfolk Club. Junior— Private, Company F; Society of Industrial Engi- neers; Intramural Athletics; Norfolk Club. Senior — Private, Headquarters Company, Second Battal- ion; Royal Order of Skippers; Blgle Business Staff; So- ciety of Industrial Engineers; Intramural Athletics; Norfolk Club. RICHARD COLEMAN TANNER " Dick " Culpeper, Virginia Chemical Engineering Chemical Warfare Freshman — Private, Company A; Central Piedmont Club; Intramural Athletics. SoPHoMORt— Corporal, Company A; Chemical Club; Cen- tral Piedmont Club; Intramural Athletics. Junior — Sergeant, Company A; Chemical Club; Central Piedmont Club; Intramural .Athletics. Senior — Lieutenant, Company A; Chemical Club; Central Piedmont Club; Intramural Athletics. i Fki Soi ' Jl.N Ml-cIi Skv Prcsidi Irnmul K( )l!l- K r OSCAR ' IWIK " Rot air " Norfolk, Virginia Mkchanilai. Enc,ineerin(; Coast Artillery Corps siiMAN — Private, Company M. iioMuKK — Private, Company Oi Intramural Athletics. lOR — Sergeant, Company O; American Society of nical Engineers; Intramural Athletics; Norfolk Club. )R — Lieutenant, Company O; Varsity Boxing; Vice- nt, American Society of Mechanical Engineers; In- 1 Athletics; Norfolk Club. HARR - DOWNING TEMPLE " Hcrkte " Petersburg, Virginia Indi ' strial Engineering Corps of Engineers FRtsiiMAS- — Private, Company E; Rifle Team; Rifle Club; C.crman Club; Class Pin Committee; Intramural Athletics; I ' ctershurg Club. Sophomore — Corporal, Company E; Varsity Baseball; Cirman Club; Class Ring Committee; Intramural Athletics; I ' .tersburg Club. [iMoR — Private, Company E; German Club; Class Mini- iiure Ring Committee; Society of Industrial Engineers; In- ii;imural .Athletics; Petersburg Club. Sksior — Private, Headquarters Company, Second Battal- ion; Royal Order of Skippers; German Club; Society of Industrial Engineers; Petersburg Club; Hampton Roads Club; B. M. M. A. DANIEL REISER THOMA " Dan " ' an " ellt( Il, Virginia Business Administraiion Infantry Freshman — Private, Company A; Football; Boxing. Sophomore — Private, Company Ai Varsity Footballi Va sity Boxing. Jlnior— Sergeant, Comp.iny A Varsity Football; Varsil Boxing; Piedmont Club. Senior — Lieutenant, Company A; Varsity Football; Bus ness Club; Piedmont Club. WILMER LYNN THOMAS " ir. L. " Richmond, Virginia Business Administraiion Const Artillery Corps Freshm. n — Private, Company K.; Edit. .rial St.ifl, V. P. I. Skipper; Cotillion Club; Intramural Athletics; Richmoiul Club. Sophomore — Private, Company K; Assistant Manager, Track; Assistant Manager, Cross Country; Editorial Staff, V. P. . Skipper; Cotillion Club; Intramural Athletics; Business Club; Richmond Club. Junior — Sergeant, Company K; Assistant Manager, Track; Assistant Manager, Cross Country; Cotillion Club; Business Club; Richmond Club. Senior — Lieutenant, Company K; Cotillion Club; Busi- ness Club; Richmond Club. M l Kiel-, 1.H1-.KI ' LOUIS Cl.irtiulon, V irginia Chemical Engineerinc; Corps of Engineers pRrftiMAN — Private, Company E; Chemical Clubi Aca- Jcmic Hnni.rsi Capital Club. S(irii()Mt)RK — Corporal, Company E; Sccrctan-, Chemical Club; Academic Honors; Capital Club. Jt ' NloR — Supply Sergeant, Company Ei Vice-President, Chemical Club; Academic Honorsi Tau Beta Epsilon; Treasurer, Phi Lambda Cpsilon; Capital Club; Students ' Engineering Council. Sfnior — Lieutenant, Company E; President, Chemical Club; Phi Kappa Phi; Academic Honors; Tau Beta Pi; President, Phi Lambda Cpsilon; Capital Club; Students ' Engineering Council. JAMKS SFKNCER TUCKKR ' ' J niimif " RiVhmoiul, Virginia Electrical Engineering Coast Artillery Corps Freshman — Private, Company L; Intramural .Ubieties; Richmond Club. Sol ' HoMORE — Private, Company O; .Academic Honors; Intramural .Athletics; Richmond Club. JiNloR — Private, Company O; .American Institute of Electrical Engineers; Intramural Athletics; R ' chmond Club. Sknmor — Private, Headquarters Company, Third Battalion; Royal Order of Skippers; .American Institute of Electrical l-iiigineers; Intramural Athletics; Richmond Club. CLAUDE GIBBS TURNER " Claudim " Chase City, Virginia Agricultural Economics Coast Artillery Corps Freshman — Private, Company I, Varsity Track. Sophomore — Private, Company N; Varsltv Track; Mono- gram Club. Junior — Private, Company N; Varsity Track; Monogram Club; Agricultural Club; Mid-Virginia ' Club. Senior — Private, Headquarters Company, Third Battalion; Royal Order of Skippers; Varsity Track; Monogram Club; Agricultural Club; Mid-Vir ginia Club. HAMPTON EDWARD TURNER " Shorty " East Falls Church, Virginia Electrical Encjineering (Jorps of Engineers Freshma.s-— i ' rivate, C.impany C, Boxing; Intramural C; V.I loxing; In- Athletics; Capital Club. Sophomore — Private, Conipan) tramural Athletics; Capital Club. Junior — Private, Company C. ; Varsity Boxing; Intra- mural Athletics; Capital Club. Senior — Private, Headquarters Company, Second Battal- i..n; R,)yal Order of Skippers; American Institute of Elec- trical Engineers; Intranniral Athletics; Capital Club. 1 JA.Ml.S NORMAN ' ILRNIvR " omian " Callao, Virginia Electrical Encjineerinc; Coast Artillery Corps Kkkshman — I ' rivali.-, Compnny Mi Intramural Baschalh Rappahannock Valley Club. Siii-iioMoHK— Private, Company O; Northern Neck Club. Ji ' MoR — Private, Company Oi Intramural Baseball; Northern Neck Club. Skmor — Private, Headquarters Company, Third Battalion; Royal Order of Skippers; Northern Neck Club. WILLIAM THOMAS TYLKR " RUl " AN ' nisaw, Virginia Mechanical Enc;ineerinc; Codit Artilli-ry Corps I ' kksmman — Priv.iti-, C.nip.inv II; Boxing, Inlr.iniural Athletics. Sophomore — Corporal, Company M; Intramural Athletics. JiNioR — Sergeant, Company H; American Society of Mechanical Engineers. Sknior — Lieutenant, Company H; Scorpions Club; American Society of Mechanical Engineers; B. M. M. A. ANSELM BAILEY URQUHARl ' " Abu- " Portsmouth, Virginia Industrial Engineering Coast Ai-tUlcr Corps Freshman — Private, Company L; Assistant Manager, Football; Boxings Intramural Athletics; Sergeant-at-arms, Portsmouth Club. Sophomore— Private, Company L; Assistant Manager, Football; Cotillion Club; Intramural Athletics; Portsmouth Club. Junior — Private, Company L; .■ ssistant Manager, Foot- ball; Cotillion Club; Intramural Athletics; Portsmouth Club. Senior — Private, Headquarters Company, Third Battalion; Royal Order of Skippers; Manager, Varsity Football; Mono- gram Club; Cotillion Club; Bachelors ' Club; Society of In- dustrial Engineers; Intramural Athletics; Portsmouth Club. ROGER JOHN VANDERBROOK " Vmuly " Nt wark, New York Civil Engineering Const ArtiUrr Corps Freshman — Private, Company I; Football; Newman Club; American Society of Civil Engineers; Intrannn.il l - letics; Northern States Club. Sophomore — Private, Company N; Newman Club; .A.meri- can Society of Civil Engineers; Intramural Champion; In- tramural Athletics; Northern States Club. Junior— Sergeant, Company N; Newman Club; American Society of Civil Engineers; President, Northern States Club. Senior — Private, Headquarters Company, Third Battalion; Royal Order of Skippers; President, Newman Club; Vice- President, American Society of Civil Engineers; Northern Si. lies Club. iH THOMAS JKI-FHRSON ' l(.H. X Spring V allc-y, Virginia HisiNKss Adminisiraiion Injatitry Frkshman — I rl ate, Company B; Business Staff, V. P. I. Skipper; Business Staff, V. M. C. A. Handbook; Intrmiural Athletics; S puthv.cst Virginia Club. SoiMioMoRK — Private, Company B; Business Staff, Tht reel, Engineer; Business Staff, I ' . P. I. Skipper; Business Staff, V. M. C. A. Handbook; Intramural Athletics; South- west Virginia Club; Business Club. JuNioR--Scrgeant, Company B; .Advertising Manager. I ' . P. I. Skipper; Advertising Man.iger, V. M. C. A. Hand- book; Intramural .Athletics; Southwest Virginia Club; Busi- ness Club; Pi Delta Epsilon. Senior — Lieutenant, Company B; Business Manager, V. ' . . Skipper; Business Manager, Y. M. C. A. Handbook; Tre.isurir, PI Deltj Epsilon; Southwest Virginia Club. H.AZKLL KUGP:NK WAI.DRoP I5i.-avticl:ini, Virginia . (;RK Tl.rrRAI. F.NCINF.ERINi; Coast Artillery Corps Frkshman — Private, Company M; Football; Boxing; Intramural Athletics. SoiMuivoRK — Private, Company M; .American Society of Agricultural Engineers; Intramural .Athletics. JiNioR — Private, Company M; Varsity Football; Varsity Wrestling; American Society of Agricultural Engineers; In- tramural Athletics. Sknior — Private, Headquarters Company, Third Battalion; Royal Order of Skippers; Varsity Wrestling; American So- ciety of .Agricultural Engineers; Intramural .Athletics. NELSON RICHARD WALDROP, JR. " Srllif " Beaverdam, Virginia Electrical Engineering Co lit Artillery Corps Freshman — Private, Company M; Football; Cross Coun- try; Boxing; American Institute of Electrical Engineers. Sophomore — Private, Company M; Varsity Wrestling; Monogram Club; .American Institute of Electrical Engineers. JLNIOR — Private, Company M; Varsity Wrestling; Mono- gram Club; Beta Tau Epsilon; . ' merican Institute of Elec- trical Engineers. Senior — Private, Headquarters Company, Third Battalion; Royal Order of Skippers; Varsity Wrestling; Sergeant-at- arms. Monogram Club; Tau Beta Pi; American Institute of Electrical Engineers; 4-H Alumni Club. !! JOHN ERNEST WALKER " J ohnnie " ' ashiiigton, D. C. Civil Engineering Corps of Enghirers Freshman — Private, Band; Wrestling. Sui-HOMORE— Private, Band; American Society of Civil Engineers. Junior— Private, Band; Capital Club. SENn)R— Private, Band; Scorpions Club; American Society of Civil Engineers; Capital Club. I i . i;ii;r sir a iion walkkr, jr. " Scrt:v " Rustburg, Virginia Civil Engineering Corps of Engineers Frk«.mman — Private, Company Gi Footballi Track; Amcritan Society Civil Enginecrsj Lynchburg Club. Soi ' iioMoRK — Corporal, Company G; Executive Committeei K ' litorial Staff, T u- Virginia Tech; American Society Civil Kngineers; Lynchburg Club. Junior — Supply Sergeant, Company G; American Society Ci il Engineers; Order of DeMolay; Lynchburg Club. Sknior — Lieutenant, Company G; Editorial Staff, Bugle; American Society Civil Engineers; Scorpions Club; Order of DeMolay; Lynchburg Club; B. M. M. A. JOHN K ' KRKTT WARH " Johnny " Ncvv|)()rt News, Virginia MkCHANICAI. F. NCilNEERING Coast Artillerx Corps Ikksumav— Private, Company K; Dramatic Cluh; Order ..f DeMolay; Hampton Roads Club. Sol ' HoMORK — Corporal, Company K; Assistant Manager, Track; Dramatic Club; Order of DeMolay; Hampton Roads C-lub. JiNioR — Sergeant, Company K; Assistant Manager, Track; Business Staff, Buni.K; American Society of Mechani- cal Engineers; Intramural Bowling; Master Councilor, Order of DeMolay; Vice-President, Hampton Roads Club. Sknior — Lieutenant, Company K; Manager, Freshman ' Track; Business Staff, Bur.iE; .American Society of Mechani- cal Engineers; Intramural Bowling; Order of DeMolay; President, Hampton Roads Club. ROBERT LATANE WARING, Jr. " Latane " Remo, Virginia AcjRiciiLTURE Education Coast Artillery Corps Freshman — Private, Company M; Baseball; Wrestling; Agricultural Education Club; Northern Neck Club. Sophomore — Corporal, Company M; Secretary, Agricul- tural Education Club; Northern Neck Club. Junior — Supply Sergeant, Company M; German Club; Vice-President, .Agricultural Educition Club; Vice-President, Northern Neck Club. Senior— Lieutenant Company M; German Club; Treas- urer, Agricultural Education Club; Bachelors ' Club; Presi- dent, Northern Neck Club. WILLIAM BEVERLY WEBBER " BUI " IJatavia, New " ' ork Elecirical Enc;inef,rin( Sigfitil Corps Freshman— Private, Band; Track; Theta Nii Sigma. Soi ' Ho.MuRE — Corporal, Band; Siiulliern Ciihni.-li : Ameri- can Institute of Electrical Engineers; Intranniral Track; Theta Nu Sigma. Junior — Supply Sergeant, Rand; Virgin ' ui r.Jimen; American Institute ol Electrical Engineers, Intr.imural Track; Theta Nu Sigma. Senior — Lieutenant, Band; Scorpions Club; T cchadeti; A.merican Institute of Electrical Engineers; Intramural Track; Theta Nu Sigma. DoRsl.V l.l ' .l ' , w i-,ii ri.i " Diiiiul " Richmoiul, Virginia Jm.ia iRitAL Encjineering Coast Artillfry Corps Frkmiman — Priv.iti-, Ccinipnny Ki Koi.tb.ill; Track; Cross C.iuntry; Hoxinj;; Dramatic Club; Academic Ilimorsi Ameri- can Institute- cif Eli-ctrlcal Engineers; Intramural Athletics; Order of DeM..la -; Riclmmnd Club. SiiPHoMoHK — Corporal, Company N; Basketball; Cross Country; Boxing; Tennis; Dramatic Club; Academic Hon- ors; American Institute of Electrical Engineers; Intramural Athletics; Order of DeMolay; Richmond Club. Ji ' SioR — Private, Company N; Track; Editorial Staff, The Tfih Eng ' tntcr; Academic Honors; American Institute of Electrical Engineers; Intramural Athletics; Students ' Engi- neering Council; Secretary, Short Wave Club; Order of De- Molay; Richmond Club. Sfnior — Private, Headquarters Company, Third Battalion; Royal Order of Skippers; Track; Editorial Staff, The Tech Cnghuer; Phi Kappa Phi; Academic Honors; American In- stitute of Electrical Engineers; President, Short Wave Club; Intramural Athletics; Students ' Engineering Council; Order of DeMolay; Richmond Club. WII.l.IAM (K)RDOX I-:i.I.S " Billy " S;iKni, ' irginia Architectural Enuineerinc; Corps of Engineers l-KKMiMAv — Prlvate, C.mipany E; .Architectural Club; R...Mi..ke Club, Episcopal Club. .S. |-H0M0RK— Private, Company F; Editorial Staff, SAi -, Roanoke Club; Architectural Club; Episcopal Club. jiNloR — Sergeant, Company F; Editorial Staff, Skipper; Hiisiness Staff, Buclk; .Academic Honors; Architectural Club; Roanoke Club. Skmor — Lieutenant, Company F; Business Staff, Bugle; Ko.in..ke Club; Arcliileclur.il Club. WILLIAM HENRY WETSEL " Red " Bunilc ' s, Virginia Agriculture Economics Coast Artillery Corps Freshman— Private, Cimipany Ki Piedmont Club. Soi ' HOMORE — Private, Company N; Piedmont Club. Jus ' loR — Private, Company N; Piedmont Club. Senior — Private, Headquarters Company, Third Battalion; Royal Order of Skippers; .• jricultural Education Club; Pied- mont Club. WILLIAM JUDSON WHITE " Bill " Norfolk, Virginia Metallurgical Engineering Corps of Engineers Freshm.in— Private, Company F; Track; Cross Country; Boxing; Chemical Club; Intramural Athletics; Scribe, Order of DcMolay; Norfolk Club. Sophomore — Private, Company F; Varsity Track; Varsity Cros,s Country; Varsity Boxing; Monogram Club; Chemical Club; Intramural Athletics; Scribe, Order of DeMolay; Norfolk Club. Junior — Private, Company F; Varsity Track; Monogram Club; Editorial StaflF, T ie Tech Engineer; Chemical Club; Intramural Athletics; Norfolk Club; DcMolay. Senior — Private, Headquarters Company, Second Battal- ion; Royal Order of Skippers; Varsity Track; Monogram Club; Class Editor, Bugle; Associate Editor, T ie Tech Engineer; Business Staff, The Virginia Tcc i; Pi Delta Ep- silon; Intramural Athletics; Norfolk Club; Mineral Club; DeMoIay; 1!. M. M. A. kiniAKI) I KI-.DKICK WlIirAKHR " U ' ilt " Kmpr)ria, Virginia Mechanical Kngineering Const Artillery Corps Frk iiman — Private, Company Li Foolballi Ra cballi Wrestling; Intramural Baseball. Siii-iioMoRE — Corporal, Company L; Varsity Wrestling; American Society of Mechanical Engineers; Intramural Base- ball. Junior — Sergeant, C mipany L; American Society of Mechanical Engineers; Intramural Baseball. Sknioh — Lieutenant, Company L; Varsity Wrestling; .American Society of Mechanical Engineers; Intramural Foot- ball; Intramural Baseball. tural Alhl. Club Rifl Zeta ; WALTKR C ' A.MDKN WHirKHKAI) " Wintry " Cliatliani, Virginia Agronomy Inlantr KMiMAN — Private, Company B; Rifle Tiini; Vgricul- Club; Freshman V. M. C. A. C.ibinel; Intramur.il .-tics; Danville Club. iMioMoRK — Corporal, Company B; Rifle Team; Agricul- Club; Y. M. C. A. Cabinet; Danville Club. NioR — Sergeant, Company B; Rifle Team; Agricultural ; Y. M. C. A. Cabinet; Danville Club. NloR — Lieutenant and Adjutant, First Battalion Staff; Club; Captain, Rifle Team; Agricultural Club; Alpha Y. M. C. A. Cabinet; Seminole Club. FRED MAURICE WILDER, JR. ' ' Jack " Portsmciiith, Virginia Electrical Engineerini; Corps oj EfigiHi ' crs v:itc, Cumpany E, FnctbaM; Inti ral Basketball Intl.miuial Tracki Freshma Fouthalh I ' mouth Club. Sophomore — Corporal, Company Ei Intramural Fo. Intramural Basketball; Intramural Track; Portsmouth Junior — First Sergeant, Company E; Track; Intra Football; Intramural Basketball; Intramural Tennis; President, Portsmouth Club. Senior — Captain, Company E; Track; Defending ney. Executive Committee; . ' merican Institute of Ele Engineers; Company Manager, Intramural .■ tlilctics ; mural Football; Intramural Basketball; Portsmouth B. M. M. A. tball; Club. Intra- Club; JAMES NEWTON WILHOIT, Jr. ' ' Pop " Somci ' sct, Virginia Electrical Engineering Coast Artillery Corps Frkshman— Pri ate, C(.mpany M; Episcopal Club; Pied- mont Club. Sji-homore — Private, Company O; .■ merican Institute of Electrical Engineers; Episcopal Club; Piedmont Club. JliNloR — I ' rivate, Company O; American Institute of Electrical Engineers; Piedmont Club. Senior — Private, Headquarters Company, Third Battalion; Royal Order of Skippers; American Institute of Electrical Engineers; Piedmont Club. JOHN ri i r w ii.i.i m " J Ullllll " NDitli Gankn, Virginia Uioi.fx.icAL Science Const Artillery Corps Irksiiman — Private, Company Ij Intramural Athlcticsj I ' i.Hlnv.nt Club. Sdi-HOMuRE — Corpiiral, Company Ni Intramural Athleticsi I ' iL-Jmunt Club; Biology Club. Junior — Sergeant, Company Ni Intramural Athletics I ' ledmont Club; Biol.igy Club. SvNEOR — Lieutenant, Company Ni Intramural Athletics; Inlramural Manageri Piedmont Clubi President, Biology Club. JAMFS HKNRV W II IS, JR. " •«;•)■ " Richmond, Virginia Honors Cl ' RRIci ' ll ' m in Chemistry Coast Artillery Corps Irfmiman— Private, Company Ki Business StatT, The I ' iri hiiti Tfc ii Chemical Clubi Academic Honorsi Richmond Club. Sophomore — Corporal, Company Ki Chemical Clubi Academic Honors i Richmond Club. Junior — Private, Company Ki Editorial Staff, The Vir- g!ma Tech; Managing Editor, V. P. I. Shipper ; Pi Delta Epsiloni Phi Lambda Upsiloni Chemical Clubi . ' Icadcmic IL.norSi Richmond Club. Sknior— Private, Headquarters Company, Third Battalioni Royal Order of Skippers i Student Publications Board i Editor, r. ' . . Shipper; Pi Delta Epsilon; Treasurer, Phi Lambda Ipsiloni Richmond Club. ALPHEUS ASH KIEL WILSON " Al " Clni-ksville, Virginia Business Administration Coast Artillery Corps Freshman— Co .- .- of William and Mary; K.; Rusinc al Ti- Acadcmi ss Club Honors. Sophomore — Private, Compa Roanoke Clubi Academic Honors. Junior — Sergeant, Company Ki Intr ness Clubs Mid-Virginia Club; Academic Honors. Senior — Private, Headquarters Company, Third Battalion; Royal Order of Skippcrsi Bachelors ' Club; Business Club; Mid-Virginia Club. MURRAY WOLFF " Murray " Lynchburg, Virginia Industrial Engineering Corps oj Enguiecrs Frkshm.an — Private, Company H; Business Staff, The Virginia Tfc ii Lynchburg Club. Sophomore— Private, Company H; Business Staff, The Virgivia Tech; Buoue Business Staff; Intramural .• thleticsi Lynchburg Club. Junior — Private, Company H; Lynchburg Club. Senior — Private, Headquarters Company, Second Battal- ion; Royal Order of Skippers; Business Staff, The Virginia Tech; BuGi-E Business Staff; Society of Industrial Engineers; Intramural Athletics; Lynchburg Club; B. M. M. A.; Lord Reading Club. m(m (. KI. M) MI!I ) I-. W )()!) Richnioiul, Virginia Horticulture Coast Artillery Corps FRfsiiMAN — Private, Company K; Agricultural Club; Intramural Athletic) Richmond Club. Soi ' HOMoRK — Corporal, Citmpany Ki German Club) Agri- cultural Club; Y. M. C. A. Cabinet; Intramural Athlclicsi Richmond Club. Ii ' NioB — Supply Sergeant, Company K; Cicrnian Club; Secretary, Agricultural Club; Alpha Zcta; Y. M. C. A. Cabinet; Chairman, International Relations Club; Assistant Cheer Leader; Intramural .Athletics. Senior — Lieutenant, Company K; German Club; Presi- dent, Agricultural Club; Alpha Zeta; Secretary, Y. M. C. A. Cabinet; Chairman, International Relations Club; Cheer Leader; Company Manager, Intramural Athletics. JOHN LESTER ()RK " Johnux " Ricliinond, V ' irgini.n Business Administration Coast Artillery Corps Frkshman— Private, Company I; Football; Basoball; Hoxing; Richmond Club. Soi ' HoMoRK — Corporal, Company I; Varsity Football; Varsity Boxing; Intramural Athletics; Richmond Club; Business Club. Junior — .Sergeant, Company I; Varsity Football; Varsity Baseball; Varsity Boxing; M in.igram Club; Cotillion Club; Intramural Athletics; Richmond Club; Business Club. Senior — Lieutenant, Company I; Varsity Football; Var- sity Boxing; Varsity Baseball; M.mogram Club; Cotillion Club; Bachelors ' Club; Intranuiral .Athletics; Richmond Club; Business Club. CIVILIAN SENIORS REPRESENTATIVES of a newer social order at Tech are these men, the Civilian Seniors. Their i;riiu]i of students form a large and fast increasing addi- tion to the student body here. V. P. L is essentially military, but for those who do not care, for various personal reasons, to take the train- ing offered by membership in the corps and R. O. T. C. units, the school has made ample provisions. A beautiful gothic building, close to the gymnasium and the .ithktic field, houses most of the civilian students. Although the civilian group is growing steadily, the balance of power in student activities lies on the quad- rangle. Eor that reason, we find few long accounts of activities given for these men. Their capabilities for extra-curricula work are unquestioned, but their position, out of contact with the vibrant corps and its activities, makes it extrenuK ' difficult for a man to corner many positions. Although these men do not wear the senior cape, they proudly possess the senior ring, and are just as much a part of the senior class as are their cape-swishing brothers on the quadrangle. ' I j .MI-.s WooDkoW HAIR " J III! inii; " liickky, Wi-st Virginia Business AdministrvVtion Civilian Student I ' rf.shman — Private, Company H; ' cst ' irginia Club. Sophomore — Private, Cumpany H; West irginia Club. [I ' NIOR — Intranunal ' ] iini .; West Virginl.l Club. Senior — Intramural Tennis; West Virginii Club. ASHBY WHITE KAI.DOCK " 7 ' , " Lynchburg, Virginia Industrial Enc;ineering Civilian Student I ' rk-.hman — Lxnchlnirg College; Tennis; .Miinogram Club; Business Staff, The Crito- grtipli; Intramural .Athletics. Sophomore — Lyneiilntrg College; Captain, Tennis Team; .Monogram Club; Student Pub- lications Board; ' . . 1. C. .A. Cabinet; Business Staff, ' I ' lte Critogniph; Kilitorial Staff " , The ArgdIKUtt . [iNloR — Societv of Intlustrial Engineers; Intramural .Athletics; Lynchburg Club. Senior — Business Staff " , ' The Virginia Tech; SocietN of Industrial Engineers; Intramural thletics; L nchburi; Club. CARLTON SPURGEON BLOXOM " Blossom " Grotons, Virginia Business Administraiion CiviliiU! Student Freshman — Private, Company K; Intra- mural Athletics; Eastern Shore Club. Sophomore — Intramural Athletics; Eastern Shore Club. Junior — Secretary-Treasurer, Eastern Shore Club. Senior — Eastern Shore Club. THEODORE MARION CONTE " Pee Wee " Richmond, Virginia Electrical Enciineerinc; (Jivili iu Student Freshman — Richmond Extension; Academic Honors; Tau Chi Delta Club. Sophomore — Richmond Extension; Aca- demic Honors; Tau Chi Delta Club. Junior — Newman Club; Academic Honors; American Institute of Electrical Engineers. Senior — Newman Club; Phi Kappa Phi; Academic Honors; American Institute of Elec- trical Engineers; Richmond Chjh. Knil ' .K AMll ' .l. DI.AM.K ' A rchii " Richmmul, Virginia Electrical En(;inef.rin(; (Jlviluin Stu lfiit Freshman — Richmond Extension. Sophomore — Richmond Extension. Junior — Intramural Athktics; .American S(iciit (if Civil Engineers. Senior — Scorpions Club; .American Society of Civil Engineers; Senior .Member, Freshman Customs Committee. ClIARLIK srRIN(;ii:i.T.() IIOOPKR " Snilo, " Howison, Virginia Electrical En(;ineerinc. Civiluin Studrnt Freshman — Rappahannock Valley Club. Sophomore — Freshman Representative, Civ- ilian Stuilints ' I ' niiin; R.ippahannock Valle Cluh. fl ' NloR — Treasurer, Civili.m Students ' Vn- i(in ; Rappahannock Valley Cluh. Senior — Masonic Club; .American Institute of Electrical Engineers; Civilian Students ' Un- ion; Rappahannock ' .ilK Club. PAUL SPRING KEYES " P. S. " Hc-rmloii, irgini:i Dairy Husbandry Ck ' ilinn Studrnt Freshman — Agricultural Cluh; Iiitramui ' il Basketball; Intramural Boxing. Sophomore — Agricultural Club; Intramural Basketball. Junior — Agricultural Club; Dairy Cluh; Alpha Zeta; Intramural Basketball. Senior — Wrestling; Agricultiu-al Club; Dairy Club; Editor, Dairy Cluh Ainiunl; Alpha Zeta; Intramural Cross Country; Intramural Wrestling. GORDON BLACKWELL LEA " Lea " Danville, Virginia Mechanical Engineering Civilian Student Freshman — .Academic Honors; Danville Club. Sophomore — Academic Honors; Danville Club. Junior — Academic Honors; Danville Cluh. Senior — Phi Kappa Phi; .Academic Honois; Beta ' Fau Epsilon; Tau Beta Pi; Seminole Club. wm S ' ll-;i ' lll.N W A T ' lS I.() IN(., jK. Riclim(ind, Virginia El.ECI ' RICAI. Knimneering Civdiim Stii li-nt I ' RKSHMAN — Richmond Extcnsicin; Acack-mic llnnors;; Tan Chi Dt-lta Cluh. Sophomore — Richmond Extension; Aca- demic Honors; President, Tau Chi Delta Club. fuNioR — Academic Honors; American In- stitute of Electrical Engineers; Intramural 15 i vling. Senior — Phi Kappa Phi; Academic Flonors; Richmond Cluh. NATHANIEL MAT ' I ' IIIAVS MANN " Nat " Kcnbridge, Virginia Electrical Engineering Clvilidn Student Freshman — Private, Compan ' G; Vrest- ling; .Agricultural Education Club; Dramatic Club; Intramural Basketball; .Mid-V irginia Cluh. Sol ' HOMDRF. — Corporal, Company G; Dra- matic Club; Intramural Haskethall; . lid- ' ir- ginia Cluh. Junior — Supply Sergeant, Company G; Dramatic Cluh; Intramural Football; Intra- mural Howling; Secretary-Treasurer, Mid- ' ir- ginia Club. Senior — Business Staff, V. P. I. Shipper; Scorpions Club; Intramural Football; Mid-Vir- L ' inia Club. JAMES DARNABY NEWMAN " Jim nii " RiL-hnioiul, Vii ' ginia Mechanical ENc;iNEERiN(i CivUi !?i Studoit Freshman — University of Ruhiiioiid. Sophomore — Intramural Bowling. Junior — American Society of Mechanical Engineers; Intramural Bowling. Senior — Intramural Athletics; Richmond Club. ! II CARTER WILIJAM OSTERBIND Blackshurg, Virginia Business Administration Ck ' iliiiH S iu rnf Freshman — Track; German L ' hih. Sophomore — Golf ' J am; German L " h jlTNIOR — Golf ' I ' eam; German L ' hili. Senior — Golf Team; German Chiii. warn 1 KI.l) (Jl INN S LNI)I-.RS " F. (J. " Richmond, Virgini;i MF.ellANlLAI. ENtilNEERING CwUmh Htudcnl I ' RESHMAN — Riclimoiul Extension; Presi- ilcnt, ' J ' aii Chi Di-lta Club. Sophomore — Riclimond Extension; Tnii Chi Delta Club. fi ' NioR — American Society of Mechanical Engineers; Intramural Football. Senior — Hoard of Governors, Civilian Stu- dent Union; Tau Beta Pi; American Society of Mechanical Engineers; Intramural W ' rest- hnL;; Richmond Club. r.T ' OlUiK LANDON SMITH, JR. " Sru ' itty " Sharps, Virginia Business Auminisiration Civilian Stutlent I ' rkshman — Private, Company B; Rifle Club; Business Staff, Tlir Virginia Tfcli , I leshinan ' S ' . M. C. A. Cabinet; Rappahan- nock Valle Club. SoriioMORE — Private, Company B; . M. C. A. Cabinet; Northern Neck Club. [fNroR Working Bo s ' Club; ■. M. C. A. (. ' .ibiiut; Business Club; Northern Neck Club. Sknior M. I ' . A. Cibiiut; Business Club; N,,itlu r.i N ck Chib. BURNLEY THOMAS STONE " Stone " Rustburg, Virginia Electrical Engineering Cknlirui Student Freshman — Lyjichlmrg CoUi-ge; Academic Honors. Sophomore — Lynchhurg College; Academic Honors. Junior — Academic Honors. Senior — Academic Honors; Phi Kappa Phi. TYLER JENNINGS YOUNG " Doc " Duffield, Virginia Biology CivU ' uin Stude?it Freshman — Intramural Athletics. Sophomore — Intramural Athletics. fi ' NioR — BioloLM ' Club; Intramural Ath- letics. Senior — Scorpions Club; Hi,)l,,gy Club; Lonesome Pine Club. AFTER THE VIRGINIA GAME PRIVIteOES ABOVE OUR RAT PARADE LEFT-THE RJVT FUNERAL -LA$TP,ITe6 FOR POOP. MOUScV TEAM-uNOE(=EATED mmmm Senior ( " -lass History One (lay in Scpti-nilu-r, 19311 l w (Inn ' t ii nu inhtr the il.i .iiul dcm ' t c.ire ]iar- ticuiarly), registration was enmpletc d fur the larLrest elass whieh ha ever entered V. P. I. Mathematicians figured that the class ought to graduate in 19.U. After having achieved immortal distinction in that first week, the class promptly dived deep into oblivion. Nothing more was heard Ironi it until the fall of 19.53, when the boys suddenly appeared on the campus in capes. Our rat parade was distinguished by the fact that the faces were different (mm those of the innumerable other parades. ' I ' lie .amount of .anatomy e |iosed .uid the decorations were duplications of past years. Athletic difficulties with Virginia led to .1 sm.ishing 34-1.3 victor - over the Cavaliers. Freshmen got privileges, sidew.ilks got painted, and everyinuK got liapp . One of the last real " Rat Fimerals " occurred during the year. Oui ' deceased kinsman was buried with appropriate honors. Undefeated — and scored on only once — was the result of the freshm.ni Indtball season. The continued develpomcrit of these pl,i ers is shown l the v;irsit results of the following years. — .J4 .i;.-«p ' N KICK-OFF AGAINST MARYLAND PLAYIHG W AP, As sophomDrcs, wc were t pic;il. Unfoi-tiiiinteK , there was present hd one to act as the campus boogey man for the freshman class, but the frosh didn ' t mind. hiIe the Rat system was being explained to the freshmen, we stood outside the (dil g m and loafed. As soon as the poor lads came out and into our clutches, wc sli|iped on those scowls we had practiced so long and so seci ' etK , and did our best to impress upon the " RA ' J ' S " the inipoitance of the I ' at s stem anil of the class of 1934. Victories and losses continue to come to the ' Fechmen, but the Geoigia episode will be long remembered. In 19.51, Georgia took us into camp by the score of 4(1-0. The next t ;u ' the ' . P. I. team turned the tables, 7-6, as the copy of the " Roanoke Times " shows. On one of the warmest da s of the cai ' the Orange Hurricane (still the Liobbleis b.-ick in 1931 ) took the field here against Mar l.uid. Seniors iji paletots loinu ' d a " V. P. " in the Tech stands. One day we looked arounil and it was finals. .-Xeroplanes roared and attacked anti-aircraft artillery, machine gun nests and the local birds. Rubber balloons were dropped as bombs the noise and confusion were most im|iressi e. l nrollment in the arnn swelKil overnight. We can ' t gi e much id ' a hand for this ear — but it wasn ' t much ol .a year. IJeing a sophomore is a dut , not a pleasm-e. ua k A OVE m ' d.f RECREATION SPONSORED BY LOCAL FIRM As juniors, inir leisure time increased, our sneial activities reached a new peai , and our R. C). T. C. checks took a decidedly pleasant jump. We began to realize our importance. After three years of fog, sleet, hail, I ' aw nu ' sts and rain, we final!) got a snowlall deep enough and away we charged to the drill field for ' the battle. ' Fbi-ee charges on the field of honor; three do en pills in the infirm.n , .ind it was all o er. During second i|uarter exams the Hlacksbuiy Motor (. ' onipan er kindly arranged a little amusement. A gasoline truck outside the garage caught on fire, and the flames soon spread to the building itself. Everyone decided to be a hero, So exam books were dropped and we rushed to the fire. Spring and the Roosevelt administration came. Rumors .about " no R. ( ). I . C. camp " flew thick and fast. Meanwhile, prep.ir.itions for Hn.ds went on. Compan " H " learned to build a Lampert foot bridge. Tbe iiif.uitr got in practice shooting the 7 mm. gun, and other weapons, .and gave ;i demonstration .tt tiii.ds. The C A. C also had its hour. lust before we left, definite word c.nne fiom Vashington that there vvnuld be no K. (). T. C. camp during the summer. Rattletrap cars were discarded, and we took off for home with a mixture of feelings — some of the boys were pleased; some were annoyed at missing camp. AT HUMI HRIE5 - BRIDCE PPELIMINARlEi. But Lo! Tlu- R. O. ' 1 ' . C cauips did come. I ' lcini i. v C(inur of the East tlu ' Trchmtii ti ' i- ' akcii to thi.- ai ' ni posts, and for four wcL-ks Icainrd mam things, printable and otherwise, about army h ' fe. Man Mountain — we mean Mountain Man — Spilier pro ed himself a modern Hercules when he completed the feat of strength depicted and lounded otV the day by throwing the bull. Bouncing over rocky roads, singing songs of varying di-gi ' ees of filth and inhaling exhaust fumes, the future arm ' men were transported to range ami test grounds. At I ' lirt llumphre s the ho ' S were given the best me.ils the h.id e tr gotten ;iwa from home. The food there will be the last thing the engineer R. (). ' 1 " . C stuilents forget. Rifle cleaning — where cleaning .agents hitherto unth iught ol In Cioil and m.in were run thi ' cjugh rifle bores. Sometimes tin woi ' keil. A |)leasant .ilternoon at numplne s: brid ' je building, followed b .1 dip in the bay. The ' J ' ecbmen omittiil the fiist part of the ]irogram. iL INSPECTION PRETTY BUT DISAGREEABLE The senior year — characterized by new found liberty — laziness — and a wild succession of trips all over the country. Knoxville found the entire class on hand to see the U. T. game; the following Monday foun l a numlx-r of the lioys back, and a mascot with them. Norfolk was — well, Norfolk. After Christmas, the campus was white much of the time. The f.dl labeled " The Last Hig Snow " staved with us for nearly two weeks. Because of his activities and personality, " liunny " Simmons rates an informal snap on this page. Colonel of the regiment, president of the corjis, president of the senior class and head of other organizations, he was the most popul.ir man on the campus. NaturalU, In had to be inspected some. Nothing is better for a corps than a good inspection, and .Major General Malont- providKl it for us. On tin- General ' s right is President Burruss. A few final impressive ceremonies — a frantic clutch at a siieepskin — a brief, sentimental pause — then we leap headlong into our new problems. We return in ' 36: until then — au re voir, ' . P. I.! — Pat Cabei.i.. JUNIORS E. W. Smith, ' icc- President, I- cnns l nnia Railroaci Elhelbcrt W.iltmi Smith v,i hnrn .it fl.ii k-b»ri:, V. Va., on September 21, 188?. He was graduated from the Virginia Poly- technic Institute in 1905. He entered the service of the Pennsylvania Railroad as a shop hand at Wilmington in June, 1905. On August 1, 1906, he was appointed special apprentice in the Altoona Shops. On July 26, 1909, he was made motive power inspector in (he office of the Assistant to the General Manager. On September 1, 1912, he was appointed Motive Power Foreman in the same office, and on March 12, 1913, he was transferred to the office of the General Superintendent of Motive Power at Altoona, Pa. Mr. Smith was advanced to the position of Assistant Master Me- chanic, Maryland Division, on October 16, 191.3, and on April 19, 19H, he was transferred to Assistant Master Mechanic of the Al- toona Machine Shops. On July 1, 1916, Mr. Smith was made Assistant Engineer, Motive- Power, in the office of the General Superintendent of Motive Power .It Altoona, and on October 10, 1917, he was promoted to Master Mechanic of the Philadelphia Division at Harrisburg, Pa. He was advanced to Superintendent of Motive Power on May 26, 1918. Mr. Smith went to Pittsburgh in June, 1924, as General Superin- tendent of the Western Pennsylvania Division. He was made general manager of the Eastern Region in Philadelphia two years later. He returned to Pittsburgh in July, 1928, .is vice-president. After acting as co-receiver of the Seaboard Air Line from 19.30 to 1933, he returned to the Pennsylvania as Vice-President, Philadelphia, later becoming acting Vice-President of the Eastern Region. On October 16, 1933, he was appointed Vice-President in charge of the Pennsylvania Railroad ' s Central Region. B. C. CAMPBE-LL VICE-PRESIDENT d.P. TOKAR-Z SECRETARY Junior Class Officers G. w. " ILDEs PresiJ, ' „l Oxford, North Carolina B. C. Campbell Vice-Presiiit nl Waynesboro, Virginia J. P. TOKARZ Port Riclimond, Virginia J. A. LiNDSEY Treasurer Danville, Virginia C. D. White Sergeatit-at-A rms Newport News, Virginia G.V WILDES P (i.ESI D tNT d.A.LIhDSEY TR EASUHE-R. MP, . G.LWILDES ,VOW ,0 racoma,ll ajA. J. n. AbtlCSATHV Mini Mill, Virginia .Mi-(h,iniial Engineering Priviilr, Company K i ' . U. Addington Mristol, Virginia .iineiTing Geology Private, Company A Bl V. V. Bailev field, West Vlrgini Biology Sergeant, Compiiny C J. V. . BARKtR Petersburg, Virginia Elecirical Engineering Private, Company K. W. B. AlLFN Prospect, Virginia Agriiuhural Economics Sergeant, Company A VV. S. Akgabright Roanoke, Virginia Electrical Engineering Sergeant, Company L J. W. Bates, Jr. Richmond, Virginia Elecirical Engineering Sergeant, Company I P. R. Beach War, West Virginia Biology Private, Company C G. V. Bfamon Suffolk, Virginia Mechanical E ' lgineeritu: First Sergeant, Cnmpany I C;. T. Bkckftt Logan, West Virginia Buiineis Atiministration Private, Company H L. S. Bell Louisville, Kentucky Electrical Engineering Private, Ciimpany K J. F. Benson, Jr. Portsmouth, Virginia Chemical Engineering Sergeant, Company C J. J. Block Norfolk, Virginia Industrial Engineering Private, Company N M. J. ROGESE Hopewell, Virginia Chemical Engineering Sergeant, Company G J. J. Booth Portsmouth, Virginia Industrial Engineering First Sergeant, Company A. J. Rridc.es Richmond, Virginia Chemical Engineering Private, Company N K. J. lilUTTON Richmond, Virginia Business Administration Piix.itf. Company K R. L. JiKouKs, Jr. Rowling Green, Virginia Busi?iess Adifiinistration First Sergeant, Company L H. C. Rrovli West Graham, Virginia Civil Engineering Supply SergeaTit, Company E C. J. Burke Cumberland, Maryland business Administration Sergeant, Band W. G. BuciiANNAN, Jr. Ciladc Springs, Virginia Mftha ' tUal Etiginfering Private, Company D P. W. BtRKJ Big Island, Virginia Hufififii Aihninis ranoti Private, Company D G. W. BussKV Rn.mnke, Virginia jXIining Euginetring iipplv Sergeant, Company A J. L. Campbell Hampton, Virginia Mining Engineering Sergeant, Company I H. H. Ch ELF Fl nt Hill, V Biology rg ma Pri vate. Com] an K w. c. Childress Richmor d, Virginia Business AJn tinistratii Sergeant, Cr mpany 1 J. S. Chowning Corning, New York CfwtnUal Engineering Sergeant, Company F J. M. Cl.EI.AND Lynchburg, Virginia Industrial Engineering Private, Company K. R. L. CoRBKLi., Jr. Portsmouth, Virginia fiiology Sergeant, Company K M. K. CoULTtR Roiinokc, Virginia Iniiustrial Engineering Private, Company C W. S. Cox, JR Schacklefords, Virg nia Mechanical Enginee ring F rst Sergeant, Comp. ny G A Re . D. DeShazo anoke, Virginia ess AdmiiiistTalion L. H. Dewey, Jr. Roanoke, Virginia Induslrial Engineering Sergeant, Company N F. F. DoERiNG, Jr. Roanoke, Virginia Cliemical Engineering Sergeant, Company H -M J. p. Dre. n Forest, Virginia business Administration Private, Company D T. W. Drewrv Richmond, Virginia Mechanical Engineering Private, Company I J. D. Ellett Pocahontas, Virginia Chemical Engineering Private, Company K R. W. El-LING Ruanoke, Virginia Electrical Engineering Sergeant, Company L Norfolk, Virginia any M VV. K. Kuu.ANKS, Jk. Hluelield, West VIrgini: Mining Engineering Private, Company D ■• V. M. EwiNo Richmiinii, Virginia ' . inrii Ailminhlnitioa Color Sergeant, Firil Batlnlion St.ifT R. S. Faison Dcndron, Virginia htiiuilrial Engineering Private, Company C R. V . Fausel iiiisvillc, Kentucky ■hani.al Eugi ■ivatc, Company K " g D. J. Flvnn Logan, West Virginia Businefi AJmifiis ration Sergeant, Company E J. M. Fore Fort Mitchell, Virginia Agricultural Engineering Sergeant, Company E S. J. Fortune, Jr. Rochester, Michigan Kusiness Administratioi Sergeant, Company A C. S. Francis Richmond, Virginia Dairy llusbandry Supply Sergeant, Company 1 Wm. pRtKMAN Cardinal, Virginia Civil Engineering Sergeant, Company C R. C. Fruit Madison, Virginia C iemiial Engimering Sergeant, Company B R. P. FUI.TON Richmond, Virginia Mechanical Engineering Sergcint, Company G J. R. Gay Richmond, Virginia Biology Sergeant, Company ' J. Ctlman-, Jr. Hampton, Virginia hliiitstrial Engineering First Sergeant, Company H O. U. Gilliam Roanoke, Virginia Business Aitmini strati on Supply Sergeant, Company D Jolin: GovER, Jr. City, Tennessee tsiness Ailministration Sergeant Major, First Battalion Staff W. B. Grizzard Drewryville, Virginia Agricultural Engineering Sergeant, Company O F,. C. HAfiAV CI rendon, Virginia Biologs Si rri) Sergeant. Company G O. E. Hanes Washington, D. C. Mec ianictjl Engineering Sergeant, Company G G. W. Hakdinc; North Emporia, Virginia Business Ailministration Sergeant, Company O S. V. IlAKlUNt,, JK. North Emporia, Virginia Business Administration l ilvate, Company I R. G. Harrell Suffolk, Virginia Business Atlministratlon Sergeant, Company D ■■■■1 R. L. HiADLtr EUlnburg, Virginia CItcmiial Engitt ' Srrgcant, Ciimp; " t II. A. HtDiv Norfolk, Virginia IfiJustrial Enghtftring Private, Company H R. G. [-(enderm n Snilville, Virginia Chemistry •ilvatf, Company G R. B. Hicks Charlie Hi pc, Virginia Agricultural Eugineerini Sergeant, Company I C. H. HlNNANT, Jr. Lynchburg, Virginia Mtchaniial Engineering Sergeant, Cimipany F J. H. HoLAN Cleveland, Ohio hlilustriat Engineer!: Supply Sergeant, Regimental Staff R. W. Hol.BFRTO Columbia, Virgitii Horticulture Private, Companv T. R. HiTtriKso; C ' .liiuccstcr, Virgin Mecfittrtical E»ginee Private, Company O ' •g W. A. Jamii Ro.inokc, Virj Meclianical Eugi Private, Company N " S H. G. Jknnincj Mailisonville, Virginia Agricultural Economics Sergeant, Cnipany II C. H. Jennings Danville, Virginia Business Admmistra ion Color Sergeant, Third Battalion Staff J. A. Jones Dinwiddle, Virginia Mechanical Engineering Sergeant Major, Third Battalion Staff R. E. Jones Norfolk, Virginia Agriculliiral Education Sergeant, Company O P. A. Kennedy, Jr. Suffolk, Virginia Architectural Engini Sergeant, Company D Waynesboro, Virginia Chetaical Engineering First Sergeant, Company N F. L. KlLMARTlN Washington, D. C InJus rial Engineering Supply Sergeant, Company O W. S. KUSTERER Richmond, Virginia Iiidusirial Engineering Sergeant Major, Second Battalion Staff D. W. Lanford Roanoke, Virginia Agricttltural Economies Sergeant, Company I F. B. Lanham Sistersville, West Virginia Agricultural Engineering Sergeant, Company M C. W. Lewis Fort Eustis, Virginia Chemical Engineering Private, Company F 4 V. W. Lfwii Culpcpcr, Virginia igriful urat Economics Scrgrnnt, Cumpjny D J. A. LiNDsev Danville, Virginia Business Administration FirAt Sergeant, Company £ II. M. McCarthy Richmond, Virginia Jiiisint ' ss Ailministration Sergeant, Company C C. B. McEi.Rov Wisi.-, Virginia A rchiti ' ctiiriil Engineering First Sergeant, Band B. L. McMakin Shelhyville, Kentucky Business A tiministratio n Private, Company E W. E. Mannin Sutherlin, Virginia Industrial Engineering First Sergeant, Company K J. H. Martin Danville, Virginia business Administration Sergeant, Company E M. W. Mason Luray, Virginia Business Administratio « Sergeant, Company O R. L. Matthews Petersburg, Virginia Industrial Engi Private, Company F " « P. T. Milky Roanoke, Virginia Business Administration First Sergeant, Company A J. R. Murray Memphis, Tennessee Industrial Engineering Sergeant, Company I R. B. Myers East Orange, New Jersey Architectural Engineering Private, Company E F. H. Nash kstone, Virginia •ss Admitiiitralio) Sergeant, Cumpany C Bu. C. R. Neher, Jr. Lynchburg, Virginia Electrical Engineering Sergeant, Band W. W. Nelson Ruffah) Springs, Virginia Electrical Engineering Sergeant, Company C E. B. O ' Conner Richnioiul, Virginia Business Adfuiuistration First Sergeant, Company O G. H. Orchard, Jr. Lynchburg, Virginia Electrical Engineering First Sergeant, Company F Chemical Engineering Private, Company K ]. VV. I R1CK uart, Virginia ' .T.t Administratiot ate, Company A It. E. Pritchard Norfolk, Virginia Mechanical Engineering Private, Company N I tt i mam A. II. PULLtV Noriolk, Virginia MtchanUal Enginrering Supply Sergeant Company L II I). QuiftKNBFRRY Willis, Virginia Agricultural Eduiation I riv:itc, Company C C. A. Reid Kmporia, Virginia itiness AJmiuistration Private, Company I C. S. Revell Hampton, Virginia Mcchanual Engineering Private, Company N L. H. RiPLEv Roanoke, Virginia Rusincss Adfninislration Private, Company N H. E. Robertson Roanoke, Virginia Mechaftical Engineering Private, Company N G. M. Robeson Lynchburg, Virginia hhlus rial Engineering Sergeant, Company L J. A. S. ROHRFR Buffalo, New Vnrk hdsiness Adtninistration Private, Companv F B. F. Saunders, Jr. Richmond, Virginia Industrial Engineering Sergeant, Company I J. L. Schwartz Hopewell, Virginia Chemistry Private, Company G r r C. p. F. Sheffield Wilson, Virginia Business Adm ' uiislration Sergeant, Comp.iny O W. D. Shelton, Jr. Richmond, Virginia Agricultural Enghieerhig Sergeant, Company N f ' G. B . S WITH Har risonb urg Virgin C n mic I E„ginecrh, Pi ivate, Co „pany I D. R. Sm( •AK Washin gton, D. C. C n mh-al E„gi tee itig Pr vate, Com an) I B. D. Spangler Buena Vista, Virginia Mechanical Engin, Private, Company L " g C. M. Straughan Ashland, Kentucky Metallurgy Sergeant, Company G ■ig J. J. Strobel Cherrydale, Virgini: Chemical Eiigiueerin Sergeant, Company I . L. SWECKER Mtjnterey, Virginia illliral Engine ' Private, Company G W. D. Sydnok Hamilton, Virginia Mechanical Engineering Private, Company K R. F. Tavlor Amelia, Virginia A icliitectiiral Engineering Supply Sergeant, Company K f i E. E. TiiACKCR, Jr. Dant, Virginia Hufineis Aiiminhtrtttion Private, Company D D. Thompson Clifton Forge, Virginia Chfmiiitl Enginfcring Private, Company O G. P. Todd Haywood, Virginia Agriciittural Education Private, Company M I. P. TOKARZ " ii Richmond, Virginia (Chemical Engineering Supply Sergeant, Band W. L. Turner, Jr. Roanckc, Virginia Civil Engineering Private, Company L E. I. Vanderslice Hampton, Virginia Biology Private, Company O E. C. VanDyck Portsmouth. Virginia Electrical Engineering Private, Company C E. M. Vann Rncky Mount, North Carolina Business AHministratinn Pri atc, Company A G. M. Via Crilz, Virginia Agricultural Education Private, Company A R. P. Walker Colcmanj Fall, Virginia Agronomy Private, Compapv B F. E. Way, Jr. Kcnova, West Virginia Business Admiyiistralion First Sergeant, Company O. W. Wildes Oxford, North Carolina i list fi ess Admiuistratiott Sergeant Major, Regimental Staff J. E. Wilkinson Evington, Virginia Mechanical Engineering First Sergeant, Company D V. E. Williams Edwardsville, Virginia Industrial Engineering Private, Company C W. IS. Wixc nELn, Ju. Richmond, Virginia A griiiilttiral Engineering Supply Sergeant, Company H J. D. Wood Flint Hill, Virginia Civil Engineering Private, Company I [. II. Woon Emporia, Virginia Electrical Engineering Sergeant, Company D W. L. VoLNG, Jr. Danville, Virginia Electrical Fnginecring Private, Cimiiany K. If |uni()r Class Historx ' Having put thiii- m.;us Ixhiiul, mu with iinl oik- mmc ti) go, it iloisn ' t seem far back to that fall of 1931, wluii, almost (i i- hiiiulnd strong, wc came to Blacksburg to solidify into the class of 1935. Almost bi-forc wc realized it, we had luen moulded into a class of Rats, for the purpose of " bracing on the tpiadrangle, waiting on upper-classmen, and being exposed to an education. " We were told what to do. Whether or not we did it belongs to another story. Seeing another class gradu.ite, ue lucanu- juniors. We were left in a c|uandary to know just what to do about it. .After taking turns acting, first like seniors, and then like sophomores, wc settled down into our own places and became full-fledged Juniors. In the ni.itter of athletics, we were particularU- strong this vear, placing more than our share of men on the football team, suppl) ing seven letter men to it. " Rip " Bussey, of our class, was captain of the bo. ing team, and Negri, Spruill and Dillon fought other weights. Vith the Seventeen cents a (la supplied b the government, instead of the former ten dollars a year, and with the more liberal leave regulations, we found many among our number who are offering themselves as large targets to Cupid ' s arrows. Every week-end found long lines of them assembled around the nearby girls schools, whisper- ing sweet nothings into the ears of the daughters of Farmville, Holiins, Randolph- Macon, Sweet Briar, and other Alma Maters. Early in Janiiary we heard, much to our sorrow, that Scott F rancis, who, since our rat year had been president of the class, was called home, and had to resign. To him we owe much of the good-will and unity in the class. Gordon Wildes was unanimously elected to fill the office in his place. As the winter quarter went on, we began to |irepMre for our senior year. A miniature ring and the paletot committee were elected. ' c had also to prepare for, and elect committees for the Junior-Senior Prom, our contribution to school life during Finals. Meanwhile we had to put more time on our classes, so that wc could start the senior year with a clean sheet. The Spring quarter came, and with it the mad scramble to get R. O. T. C. cars. Each day brought us closer to that goal of every cadet, the privilege to wear a cape and a ring. As wc come to the end, we rcali ' e more fullv that the Junior year is tile best of them all, and at its end comes the transmission from irresponsibility to responsibility. For three years we have taken our lessons from the class of 1934. W ' e hope that we have learned them well, so that when, in June, tlie wheel is handed over to us, we will be able to take charge with a fitting sense of our responsibility. .Above all, wc hope that the lesson we have Kai ' neil is the thoughtful building up of the school so that wc may add to, and not distract fiom its prestige while we arc the " lords over all. " „ so V H () M C) R IwS Thomas Harksdale Hutchcson Agronomist Thomas BarksJnlc Hutthcson, who was born on March 2?, 1882, was graduated from V. P. I. with the B.S. degree in Agriculture in 1906. He returned as a graduate student in Agricultural Chemistry and Bacteriology and received the M.S. degree in June, I ' JOX. He was appointed assistant agronomist of the agricultural experiment station at Blacksburg in July, 1908, and remained in this position until September, I9I2, when he entered Cornell University. He received the M.A. degree from Cornell in June, 191.?, and in September he was appointed Associate Professor of Plant Breeding at the University of Minnesota. In September, 1914, he resigned his position with that institution to accept the post of head of the agronomy department at V. P. I. He had served in that capacity up to this dale. In addition to his position as head of the agronomy department. Professor Hutcheston is supervisor of county experiment stations with the Agricultural Experiment Station and Supervisor of the College Farm. He has published a number of bulletins on various agricultural subjects, and in 192+, collaborating with Dr. T. K. Wolfe, another V. P. I. graduate, published " Production of Field Crops " by Hutcheson and Wolfe. This text has enjoyed considerable popularity and is used as a text book in eighty per cent of the agricultural colleges in the United States. Professor Hutcheson has been elected to membership in a number of scientific societies and honorary fraternities. These in- clude: Sigma Xi, Phi Kappa Phi, Alpha Zcla, Ep«ilon Tlieta Epsilon and FFA. He is a member of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, the American Society of Agronomy and the American Association of College Professors. He was married in June, 1914, to Miss Rosalie Otey Stockard of Columbus, Mississippi. He has four children, one of whom is a co-ed in the sophomore class here at the present time. li J.B.VAN DYCIS Pi.H.COPELAND VICE PP E51DENT F. K. 5HIP.K Ml« EVELYN HELTON J.D.RU$5ELL ' eCf ETAP.V L.R.REYNOLPS SEftCitANT-AT APvMS Sophomore Class Officers J. B. Van Dyck Portsmouth, Virginia R. H. COPELAND Vice-Presulenl East Falls Church, Virginia J. D. Russell Stirtlary Suffolk, Virginia J. K. Shirk Lugan Station, Pennsylvania L. S. Reynolds Ser eant-at-A rms Cumberland, Maryland H. 11. Adkins [. k. Allison ' r. A. Allis-.n I-.. N. Aiulr.w R. I.. Amvv K. M. Hnchmnn W. I.. H.inus H. V. IJinn.tt, Jr. H. W. Hishop W. J. Hlaiklock 1 ' . S. Hl.infunl K. M. Host wick I-.. K. Howm.in C. V. Hr.ulsh.iw J. F. Hraiulon 1.. N. Hiooks T. N. Ikoylcs j. H. Burgess J. S. Biirriiss ' ]. V. Cake T. K. Cardwcll j. N. Cargill r. [. Carroll R. i ' . Carnr W. Catlin O. M. Clarke ] (). Cockcy H. Colun f. C. Coleman L. I.. Collins R. K. Coprlaiul C;. A. Coston J. .M. Crafton I,. S. Craun F. Crawford K. G. Davis J. L. Dilwnrth " W. C. I)oU„s [.II. Du e |. D. Killer J. H. Eller T. H. Epes, Jr. R. V. Epperson J. W. Ewing F. M. Fazio F. N. Fidati H. M. Fisher R. W. Garnett J. H. Garwood L. T. Catling, Jr. H. J. Geering S. W. Gibbs W. S. Goode, Jr. A. G. Green, jr. R. R. GreL-nwo,,a T. Greig G. C. Gross R. N. Hale R. F. Hall S. F. Hall A. E. Hamlet V. N. Hammerstrom F. W . Harris T. T. Hart J. ' . Haskett J. A. Heislcr j. E. Hillsman J. R. Hvatt C. H. Irbv J. L. Jeffery T. r. [efferies J. N. Johns H. A. " Johnson, Tr. F. E. tones W. I). K.ihn I. C. Kev C. II. KM W. I ' .. Kiu tip, ]]. J. (i. Knowlton k. H. Krv ' .v S. I ' .. Krc-gcr L. L. Lannac l . fl. Lawson J.. I{. L.c G. !■ . Luiz, Jr. J. G. Liiulscy 1 ' . R. I.iiulscy I.. K. McHurncy K. I). .VJcCulloch I). K. McGcorgc C. C. M.ist R. G. Mdick W. H. .Miller F. H. M.x.rc, Jr. R. A. .Moore C. I. Mothcrshca.l, Jr. R. i:. -Moimtcastlc, Jr. W. I.. .Vlulien h. L. .Munday H. E. Miinden W. B. Munden J. R. Myers W. T. Oaks, Jr. J. N. Oliver : " ' t ' 1 O SI n A. G. Orplianiilys -■ m ■£ 4 ■CJlHp-C mr , r r C. A. Pamplin ■•■ H. H. Patten ■B W ■PS ■■■ b .agipi - M. Perel Eh B S Fii ■ T J J. G. Plmikctt mt M " ?. ' 1 Wbtm V« .«| J E. A. Pritch.ird kA i l %l jrl % E. I). Pn.udm.in, Jr. m in 1 W ini ' J ' , n. Pugh li a u. B -1 ■rui V 1 G. C. Pyne, Jr. K il Ip-4 K- J 1 . 3 K J L. S. Reynolds C. O. Riker fl W J ife ' F W. C. Rolxrson, Jr. w ■ ipipBW ■ y R. G. Robertson V. 1). Rollins m -j El l l ii. A. Rucker ' V KJ B V RR- 11. C;. Ru za . - j W nWr " nm B. W. Sadler J. C. Sanders N. D. Sanders B. L. Saunders W. S. Saunders F. K. Shirk J. J. Shulkum S. Shumate C. J. Siegrist, Jr. J. S. Simmerman T. C. Slaughter O. Smith, Jr. D. Sullenberger R. G. Tarkington CD. Tate P. Terretta N. W. Terry C. C. Towns V. B. Tyler T. B. Van Dvck .t« R ' l ' Wb A. V. AVatts } .Y. Veathcrlv J. W. Webb S. .A. AWnk S. B. West H. S. Whearv 11. P. Wils„n C. H. Wood K. G. B. W ' nVht - .ti Sophomore ( ' lass 1 I istorv ' Septt-mlH-r 1.?, 1932, is n day thnt will ix- rtiinniluifd the rest i)f (nir lives. On that minioiablc day the class of 19.56 first caiiii- tDgithcr. W ' c hail just got started telling each other how and why we were going to run this place, when — " . . . R-a-a-ts drag down here — -Rats off that fourth floor! ' I ' ake that hay up to 506 and make it snajipy. Come on, take the lead out of your feet " — brought us back to the bitter realities of life once more. Roanoke College, 7 — V. P. I., .32, our first game as Techmen and also our first appearance as chorus girls in the anxiously awaited Rat Parade. W ere our faces red. ' Freshman football was well under way b this time .uul ni.iny a hiLrli school hero found himself collecting splinters on the bench. October came and with it rifles and endless hours of drill in preparation for the Corps trip to Richmond. " Hoots, Boots, Boots " — for twelve weary miles. After the first six it was rumored that we were walking back to Blacksburg. However, the game and the evening spent in social festivities helped many a weary hero to carry on. On December 2, we met anil elected our class officers. Ted Pugh, Joe Russell, B. .-V. Rucker, V. K. Shirk and Buck Reynolds were selected to lead the destinies of the class of 1936. .■ fter a weary week of exams, we heard " Home Sweet Hnme " pla ed for the last time in 1932. Home we went for a vacation and come back for a rest after a week of having the world by the tail on a down hill drag. Banquets and harmony in the evenings and the torture of sitting in classes during the lazy spring days. -And then . . . Finals! ! ! ! Dances . . . Drills . . . Parades the morning after the night before. Another class passes on and we become sopho- mores. September, and back again as fidl fledged sophomores, with Jimmy VanDyck, Roger Copeland, Joe Russell, F. K. Shirk and Buck Reynolds as class officers to guide us through a stormy and turbulent year. ' e had hardly settled down when Thanksgiving was here. Once again vvc made the week-end trip, with authority this time, however. The disappointnu iit of the tie game was more than made up for by the dances that followed. Tests . . . Exams, and then . . . Home Sweet Home once more. .After a week trying to explain to our girls that we wore om- uniforms so much we wanted a change when we came home, we staggered back for that much needed rest. Classes, and a lot of familiar faces missing . . . The exams liad taken tluir usual toll. The 1936 Ring Committee was chosen, and VanDyck, Shirk, Pugh, Copeland and Cargill put in hours of work to give us one of the best class rings that has ever been put out at V. P. I. The contract was fin.illy awarded .uul we settled back to count the days until May, 1935. Vinter sports came and went, and with them we lost Dick Esleeck, popular boxing coach. Exams followed right on the heels of I lid- ' inter iLuices .uul ag.iin we sampled a brief taste of civilization at the paternal firesides. Spring . . . Intolerable clas.ses . . . Heavenly nights . . . Inspection . . . Class Night . . . Finals!!!!!! And we had advanced another rung on the ladder of time. f ■It 1 ' R i:s H M K N (amcs Anihlcr (ohnston, Arcliitcct ami ( " .onsviltino " Mntrinccr James Ambler Johnston graduated from V. ) ' . 1. in 1904 with the degree of B.S. in electrical engineering. That summer he made the electrical drawing! for Sweet Briar College, and then, assisted by a group of V. P. I. men «ho had never twisted a wire before, wired up the college. Ife was a post graduate here in 19(1 then went tii Coriu-ll Sum- mer .School and graduated at Cornell in 1905 with the M.E. degree. He came to Richmond in the employ of The Richmond Cedar Works, where for one year he vibrated between Richmond and the swamps of Virginia and North Carolina installing steam and electrical machinery. In 1907 he withdrew from the cedar works and opened an office as consulting engineer in Richmond, specializing, he says, in anything which came in. .Among other things were S4)me engagements with a former V. M. t. pitcher he had met during athletic days. The two soon formed a partnership in the practice of .Architecture and Consult- ing Engineering. In 1914 came a great professional opportunity. He was com- missioned to design the McKryde building. Since then he has been called in to prepare plans for many other V. P. I. buildings. Mr. Johnston has always been very much interested iti altnnni work. He was active in the organization of the Richmond chapter, which has now been in continuous existence for twenty-f nir years. During this time he has held every ofUcc once. F- M. BAriK5 Pn.E ' ilDtNT V. H. RUBY VICE-- P RE-SIDE-HT TREASURE- a. MKS MAXINE MYEP,3 PO N 50R •• Tijro p, Penna. Pii R..V. K03NTZ StCR-tTARV cJ. D. bP AGQ 5iaOE-AhT-AT-ftaM5 r ' rcshman Class (Officers ]■ ' . M. Banks Beckley, W. Va. . H. Ruby Vice-President Mullens, W. Va. R. N ' . KOONTZ Secretary Shenandoah, Va. V. V. Kreis Treasurer Morrlstown, Tcnn. J. D. Bragg Sergeant-at Arms Baltimore, Md. I ri El El El IM mn M PM M ■■i w F1 M M m kl y pi ' V1C!1 wwps IPIP W f ni pi fmi A. L. Abbitt I . J. Alum k. " w. Arthur 11. i. Avrcs ]•. M. Hanks W. S. Harksdak- [. C;. Harr l S. Harrow, Jr. r. W. Haxur !-. 1,. Hell, Jr. j. l-. Hell T. W . Hlciomriel.l A. ' . Hlunt, Ir. R. A. H.hIc, ir. R. J. Hontzcil J. [• " . I5()one I. L. Hordcii M. W. Hradshaw J. (). Hragg M. G. Hrr ht W. Z. ]}rown P. R. Hucko R. S. Hurruss R. E. Callahan T. H. Callahan C. C. Cam|)licll, W. F. Cantiiri i:. p. Carter ' . H. Carter P. W. Caukv I ' . R. CVrvarich I-. P. Clarke, Jr. R. I). Cl.nid I. C. Clorc J. W. Cofer . T. C.lcman I. v.. CodpiT R. M. Crockett M. K. Ciimniings, Jr. I,. V. Ciirran J. K. Dailey H. G. Daley J. D. Davis, Jr. H. E. Dickei-son H. E. Dieckman }. R. Downing C. W. Downs R. V. Dudley H. E. Dunaway R. C. Edmunds F. H. Evans, Jr. J. T. Evans, Jr. H. H. Ferneyhough H. ' . Ferriss L. L. Fittro L. L. Ford, Jr. P. C. Fox W. S. Francis, Jr. W. H. Garber E. V. Gee f F. y. Glass M. P. Gooden R. S. Haff R. G. Haines C. M. Hall S. H. Hall A. B. Harper E. L. Harris R. F. Harris PL. F. Harvey B. y. Herman H. C. Hess ' . E. Hoge W. E. Holbertoii R. M. Hollowav, L Hoppenstein T. C. Hulelur " K. 11. Hurst G. .M. Hutcln ' son J. L. Ingles, Jr. li V. G. Ir.M.n M. C. iM.n R. S. J.rrcll (). W. Juhnson T. R. Johnson ' J " . E. Jones R. R. Kaufman . . R. Kemp I. W. Kcstcrson N . S. King A. A. Kirk G. W. Klein A. K. Knobler R. . Koontz W. W. Ki-cis H. I). Kuhn, Jr. W. F. Lahcy J. S. Laird y. Laird E. H. Lane, Jr. . A. Lansford W. J. Lawton G. Lefcbvre, Jr. G. S. Leonard C. J. Logan H. L. Lowry H. D. Lucy, Jr. }]. N. McAllister G. W. McAIpin R. ' 1 " . MeCluri I. n. McCulloch . C. McGrath R. J. Malarkey N. II. Marcrean I. A. Mattola G. H. .Melvin H. M. Mever- G. K. .Miller A -. K. Miller P. .Mitchell Ir. I. R. Mollen R. P. Monteith J. D. Moore, Jr. J. E. Moore R. C. Moore K. N. Moseley J. W. Murphy D. H. Nalle H. R. Neville W. C. Newman W. P. Nunn M. L. O ' Neak " , J W. V. Osborne H. S. Page V. J. Pais P. D. Parks C. R. Pepmeier J. E. Pettrey E. R. Phillips, Jr. J. D. Powell C. L. Proffit R. K. Punches J. P. Quarles R. T. Ramsey W. J. Rrar.hin, Jr. C. D. Richards, Jr. R. Riner J. A. Ritchie .A. Robertson, Jr. W. T. Robins " " . A. Rothciv W. H. Ruin, Jr. U. H. Rush, Jr. S. F. Saunders J. V. Scholtrns A. H. ShalVr, Jy. I.. V. Sheh.ui ' W . H. Sh.uni.iker I ' . K. .SiUii R. .M. SinipMiii 1 Is lPRwI l r ' j. l ' . Skcxn R. C Skinnc-r M. i. Smith W. O. Smith, Jr. M. A. Siu.kI (. I. SpitUr ( ;. M. St.iiiic I. . Stcphinsim t ' . . Stfw. ' irt P. M. Stiiut;imirc [. 15. Stover I). L. Stowc H. r. stuitz !■ . H. Thacker ] ' . C;. Thayer W. G. Tliayer R. I.. Thompson M. W. Timbcrlake E. N. Umbarger K. P. VaiiHoni F. J. Vassaldtti C C " . V aughan [. ) ' . Wnezia D. C. ' ade C. A. Waglev I. H. W.ilker, Jr. J. C. Ware R. H. Wart- II. M. W.issum J. L. WehUr, Jr. C. T. West, Jr. M. " C. Wcthcrall [[. F. W ' hitmire 1,. S. Vi!s .n 11. K. Wils,,n, Jr. 11. W. W.mkI, Jr. A. S. Wright V. ]. AVvsnr r. F. -onker R. M. .imiiHrnian Freshman Class History Fresh from hig:h schiiol, ami the honor of graduation, we were each a hero in our own mind on that fair da)- in September of 1933 when we came to V. P. I. to form the class of 1937. But how soon it was before the storm signals were raised! It was only a day or two before the c)clone struck with all its force. The Upperclassmen had arrived! For a week we went through the ordeal of learning the difference between squads right and squads left, the approved way to go about waking a not too anxious to be aroused skipper for breakfast or the first class, and the difference between a brace and a " military manner. " With individual attention we were taught how to make down a ha and sweep up a room, we began to reali .e the importance of cutting corners square, and that traffic on the walks kept to the right as far as Rats were concerned. The annual rat parade came as a great occasion to us all. Brother-rats Banks and Dickerson stole the whole show dressed as Mae W est (?) and a Hula-Hula girl, respectively. Amid m uch clamoring and picture-taking the great occasion ended. Our first visit to the magic city to attend a V. M. l.-V. P. I. game was a success, marred only by the fact that the big team failed to carry the ball over, and the game ended in a 0-0 tie. For us, it meant sails until another contest with V. 1. I. should be played and won. After the Roanoke trip, it was only a matter of days before the quarter exams came off, and Christmas leave began. At home, the uniform and the fact of being home made us have one of the biggest times of our lives. Back in school in January, we held a class meeting, and elected class officers. Mac Banks was elected president. Bill Ruby, vice-president, R. W. Koontz, secretary. Bill Kreiss, treasurer, and J. O. Bragg, sergeant-at-arms. Now that the class was or- ganized, we seemed to be getting somewhere. We elected a class pin committee com- posed of McMullcn, Nemmo, Leonard and Newman. ' Furner, Campbell and ' il- son represented our class on the Executive Committee. With the snow on the first of February came the snow fight, and our chance to get back on some of the upper-classmen, whom we thought needed it. It was re- ported that the regimental adjutant left the field of battle well covered with sn iw! The winter quarter ended, leaving us with only three short months left in which to be rats. By this time we were well acquainted with all of the labor-saving devices, so far as the rat system was concerned. We knew exactly when to be on errand, when to go to the library, and when to hop on the bed of a Saturday afternoon. With May came the Band concerts down on the campus, with people from all of the surrounding country standing around listening. This, we were told, was an indi- cation that the end was near at hand, and it was. It all seemed to crowd upon us, and in what seemed to be no time, we found ourselves marching up the di ' ill field before friends and alumni. Then the morning spent in the War Memorial Hall brought up to the realization that the first stage was over. We heard " Prexie " say, " The session of 1933-1934 is ofHciall ' at a close. " " Did you get a corporal: " ■i FKKSHM AN DA S IJlithi-, cnivfrct- fn hiii:m ila s ' W ' lun k pmbk-ms consistcil entirely of the Rat svstcm; when woik consisted of labor to avoid the system; when pleasure was frequently innocent — tliose were the (la s! The rat parade; scrubbing numerals; hay pitching; the opening ceremony — all these will linger long in the menior of the freshmen. For one forgets in later years how he treated the rats, but not how he was treated! R. |. Wvsor, Vice-President in Charge of Operations, Re- public Steel Corporation Mr. R. r. Wysor was born at Dublin, Virginia, on December 8, 1885. He was graduated from V. P. I. in .Applied Chemistry with highest honors in 1906. After graduation he entered the employ of the Carnegie Steel Company, Duquesne, Pennsylvania, as assistant chemist. He was assistant chief chemist from 1908 until 1910. Early in 1912 he became chief chemist for the Bethlehem Steel Company, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. In 1914 he had the duties of Engineer of tests added. Throughout the period from 1912 until 1914, he had charge of a great deal of practical research and investigative work through all the metallurgical operations of the Bethlehem plant. In 1916 he was made superintendent of the seven blast furnaces at Bethlehem, the largest blast furnace plant in t)ie East. In 1918, at the height of the war period, lie was appcnnted superintendent of the service division. In 1919, Mr. Wysor was sent to the Maryland Plant of the Bethlehem Steel Com- pany at Sparrows Point, Maryland, as assistant general manager. In 192? he accepted the position as assistant general manager of the Jones and Laughlin Steel Corporation, and two years later became general manager of all the operations of this company. Upon the organizaticm of the Republic Steel Corporation, which resulted from the merger of a number of independent steel companies, he became vice-president in charge of opera- tions, and president of certain of its subsidiaries. THE CORPS BOOK THREE R. J. Wysor, Vice-President in Charge of Operations, Re- public Steel Corporation Mr. R. J. Wysor was born at Dublin, Vir|cinla, on December S, ISS;. I-ie was graduated from V. P. I. in Applied Chemistry with highest honors in 1906. After graduation he entered the employ of the Carnegie Steel Company, Duquesne, Pennsylvania, as assistant chemist. He was assistant chief chemist from 1908 until 1910. Early in 1912 he became chief chemist for the Bethlehem Steel Company, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. In 1914 he had the duties of Engineer of tests added. Throughout the period from 1912 until 1914, he had charge of a great deal of practical research and investigative work through all the metallurgical operations of the Bethlehem plant. In 1916 he was made superintendent of the seven blast furnaces at Bethlehem, the largest blast furnace plant in the East. In 1918, at the height of the war period, he was appointed superintendent of the service division. In 1919, Mr. Wysor was sent to the Maryland Plant of the Bethklnin Slr.-I tom- pany at Sparrows Point, Maryland, as assistant , ' i ■ ' i • ' ' ' - ' -■ ' ' ■ In 1925 he accepted the position as assistant jinuiil niiniijer of the Jones and Lauglilin Steel Corporation, ' and t«o years al manager of all the later became gen company. Upon the org whicli resulted fri steel companies, 1 tions, and preside) ope of thii of the Republic Steel Corporation, ■ger of a number of independent ice-president in charge of opera- m rik Captain I ' lirrc- A. Agnt-w Captain hdward V. Macalce Captain Wiliiam C. litnni-tt l.iinilcnant Uonald H. He The Corps ot Cadets The Corps of Cadets at V. P. I. is as old as tlie college and many of the college ' s best traditions are built aroLind it. Although the corps is only some sixty years old it has instilled such a spirit in the hearts and minds of its members, both past and present, that the proudest claim a V. P. I. student has is his membership in the corps. This membership implies righteous living, devotion to dut , lo alt to school and country, and respect for authority and the rights of others. In all its public appearances since its organization the corps has acquitted itself •with dignity and honor. Dm-ing the periotl of the World War its members unani- mously volunteered for service and rendered honorable and distinguished service at home and overseas before, during, and after actual hostilities. At this college the corps has always been the leader in student activities, scholastic as well as athletic. Its constitution and code have set the honor standards for the school and these standards have been maintained on a high plane. Through its cadet officers, and its corps officials, it governs student life in the corps. In the past the conduct of the honor s} ' Stem and student discipline b these officers has been such as to require a minimum of interference by the officers of the Military Department or other college officials. It may be stated as an axiom that on corps of cadets can be better than its members of the senior class. Fortunateh for V. P. I. the Class of 1934 is composed of an excellent number of )oung men who appreciate and accept their responsibilities to the corps seriously and conscientiously The senior class by its amenability to discipline and its faculty for disseminating the high stajulards of the corps to the three lower classes has done well its part in making the college, the state, and the nation proud of V. P. I. and its corps of cadets. Without the loyal and hearty co-operation which the Military Department has received from this and other senior classes the superior ratings which have been received at ever) ' inspection since my tenure of office here could never have been achieved. I salute the Class of 1934 as w irthy leaders of the Corps of Cadets of V. P. I. Ma - you of the Corps alwa s feel the thrill that the presence of those who have gone before ' ou imparts and sa -: ' Grip hanils, though it be from the shadows V hile we sweai ' , as " ou did of ire. Of living or d ing to honoi ' The Corps, and The Corps, and The Corps. " A.I .4% x- X ' ! I Crozier, Jennings, Maxnard, Simmons, Minnich, Wiliits and Holan I u The Regimental Staff No, chiiilrcn, tiiis is not an advertisement for a clievnm manu- facturer. And tliese men are not ferocious; tlieir stony stares and strained expressions arc merely the result of camera fright. W ' liat we have here is merely our own regimental staff. The positions these cadets hold are, in general, honorary, except for Crozier ' s daily bellow in the mess hall. Crozier is our regimental captain-adjutant, and .i finer hollerer has not been heard in the house of Owens. " ]5unny " Simmons, cadet colonel, hears his honors easily and without outward expression. This can be accounted for on tlie grounds of his having long practice; perhaps, however, the fact that he is usually asleep is of some importance. Wiley Jennings, cadet lieutenant colonel and regimental execu- tive officer, was in command of the corps on all the trips, a state of affairs which did no great damage to the corps and didn ' t hurt Wiley either. " Ishie " Minnich, regimental plans and tiaining officer, has been active in military this year in all branches not pertaining to plans and training. He was once in tile band. John Maynard, who hails from the house in the trees back of H Compan , had a splendid time this year as regimental supply officer. He came to school under a handicap (being son of the com- mandant) and has striven for four years to live it down. The two juniors shine by reflected military glory this year, but next session we expect to hear much of V. P. I. ' s twin lights. G. A. MoHLER, Jr Captain Irs. G. a. Mohli Bfckley, W. Va. Tokarz, McEIroy, Daily, Hills Richardson, Hickson, Con Prescott, Evans, Burke Birch, Walkc- Lieutenants X . B. Webber T. H. Prescott K. G. Evans H. E. Burke W. R. Birch E. A. Hickson J. R. HiLLSMAN E. M. Richardson M. COMESS T. E. Daily Regimental l antl OFFICERS First Sergeant C. B. McElroy Supply Sergr nit J. P. Tokarz Sergeants E. C. Minnich R. E. Brown J. V. Leonard C. R. Neher G. W. Clark T. L. Freiden Corporals R. L. Fletcher G. E. Davis C. G. McVay J. W. Hasketp C. P. Lugrin A. L. Har ' i-man D. Haley PRIVA ' J ' ES J. C. Adams M. G. Bright C. J. Burke J. C. Coleman N. A. Fine- L. F. G.irher H. A. Johnson O. S. McKnight E. B. Moore H. M. Meyers H. R. Neville G. W. Ncvils L. G. PoJhamus F. P. Rcinhard J. A. Ritc ' nV H. I.. Saimders C. I. West W. ' M. B. ' iniams A. A. WonUnV Kctiinicntal Uaiul It has K .n said tli.it, " It mui ch.n ' t blow vour own hurn, no am. ' will lihiw it Icir (iu! " That is our motto and wc don ' t lail to " sound- otT. " V ' f arc- the most conspicucuis group in the mih ' tarv system; fiist in parades and lrills, always keeping on out toes to give a good appearance. Our practice drills are of neces- sit ' much more strict than those of other com- l anies, and this works a handicap that nun seem disagreeahle to some. However, there is something in the JJand that holds the m;n together so that each is willing to work .1 little harder without complaint. Perhaps it is the f.ict that all other com- panies ill the cor|is li.ivc ' a hahit of goodnatur- edl joking ahoiit the men in the Band that makes our memlurs more lo al. Anyhow, it is true th.it whenever something is reqm ' red to he done, willingness is immediately expressed h - ever individu.il. We hoast of few athletes, hut man of our men are prominent in the d.inces and social life of the school. In fact, we h.ive several who have made an intensive suivev of the social conditions in Ro.anoke throughout their several ears here. Our Lli ' eatest fear is that e m.i at an time lose three of our men h m.iri ' iage. No one knows, hut it nia happen . n where from ' est VirLrim ' .i to Roanoke. Onlv time will ' hitclu;ul, Cake, Jones, Chiles, Gi) er ami Ewing l rst Battalion StaH ' Arounil the corner and down the street come the sol- dier boys! The crowd cheers long and Instil) as Tech ' s infantr ' battalion swings into view. But a sudden hush falls over the crowd — for the parade is led, not by the broad-chested, bechevroned seniors, but by Gover, sergeant-major, and Ewing, color sergeant! Where is Jones? Vhiteheadr Chiles? Goodall? Where are these lads? Vhv have they failed on this day of days? Major Jones (poor lad) got his chest hung in the door on the way out and, since expiration is unthinkable tn him, he ' s Still stuck there. litehead, adjutant, is well accounted for. His chief ambition is to read the orders in the Hollins mess hall, and he ' s over there doing his best to persuade the folks to let him. Chiles, another charter member of the V. P. I. -Hollins club, is along with him, but his conversation has little to do with orders not given in the home. And Goodall? Well, folks, wc don ' t know. Lury is one of those silent, mvsterious men who are hard to trace. His absence at this time will go down in history as the only fact of V. P. I. life the 19,54 Bugle is unable to account for. LirutOKDits J. D. Green R. G. Broaddus R. C. ' J ' annkr T. J. Ht RNE I). R. ' I ' hijma Fust Sfr riiHf A. V. Allen Bussey, Tanner, Broaddus, Downing, Green, Ho Companv " A OFFICERS Supply Srrgfivit G. ' . Bussey Sergeants C. D. Addington W . T. Kerns Corporrils G. H. KiDD H. H. Patten J. R. HVATT ' . L. AlULLEN CD. Tate F. Crawford T. T. Hart s. Goode Miss Madalink MlCausi. Lynchburg, Va. R. W. Arthur V. M. lianks R. A. 15. Hk- [. L. Hunlcn J ' . R. Bucko K. ] ' . Carter R. 1 ' . Carter W. H. Carter J. F. Collins F. Cook Ij. S. Crauii H. F. Dickcrson W. C. Downs ' F. F. I ' orr S. [. I ' ortuni ' PRTVA ' FFS B. j. IKrinan R. IF Hunmul J. W. KotUMm B. I). Kuhu G. LLkbvrc I. D. McCull,.ch j. R. M crs j. I). Powell A. W. I ' ricL ' J. W. Price- R. Rirur [. S. Simnurniau R. M. Simpson M. A. Snrael D. SulUiihcriicr H. F. Wilson W. P. ' an IF F. AF ' anu l4 ( " ompaiu A ■ ' Oldest ciimpany on the qiiadrnngli . . . pri)duccT (if I1U-I1 . . . Gregory, awartli-il 1). S. C in 191iS . . . Castkman, the war ace . . . W ' ilhams . . . " Retreat . . . Hell, we just came " . . . all captains of the mitHt in other ilavs . . . Four ears ai u, we were rats . . . scriibliing ninnerals on the stoop . . . ranking corporal . . . grip.- . . . three rats in a room . . . Thoma, Cofer, Boice . . . comhineil, totaled ' most half n ton . . . ' I " he sophomores . . . rats, rats . . . " Once upon a time the company was tightest oil rats . . . now it ' s the easiest " . . . Intramural winners . . . football, basketba ' I . . . first com|ian to win the intramural award . . . Finsriish . . . varsit ruaiil . . . rul . . . Dillanl of the Howling Greens and Hroad- dus . . . deViiteil to the company . . . and to the juniors . . . " Smoot " Home . . . from th-; great southwest . . . sophistication . . . and [ohnson . . . the silent man . . . Bespectacled I ' rice . . . tile radio ant! wireless man . . . Rat Pennington Ga|) . . . out of step . . . Tanner and local girls . . . Cimningham registered here . . . hut sta ed in Roanoke . . . Dr. Case . . . the crooner of the outfit . . . liruce and C ' linverse . . . (Bull and Snake Eyes) . . . Sonntbiiig ' s bound to ha|ipen . . . Anil Cap ' n Henr had some job . . . Good egg, Henr . . . .And after four swell years . . . we leave . . . lull raisers in good time . . . gentlemen ulun the occasion demands. " .A " Conip.un, and we ' re iiroud of it. . . . FIRST PI.. ' I " ()()N » I WQ SECOND PLATOON Capniin flift,... Knlg ' , Sfo„ ,„ Nichols, Way, Vai Liciitoiants S. p. Carter J. T. Badger R. V. Preston T. ]. Vaiuihan J. B. Goodwin Fii-sl Si-rgi ' iint F. E. Way T. R. Allison [. O. Bragg P. S. Barrow P. B. Bayliss T. F. Brandim B. c. )hcii I. G. Fulton I. V . Garrett H I. Gcering I ' . v . Glass R V. Hall W . ]• . H„.u. T K Jones J- c. Key Goodwin, Rawlings, Badger, Carter, and Preston C()mpan ' " B OFFICERS Supply Srrgi ' iiiit A. N. BODINE Sfrgfiiiiti J. B. Clark A. J. Jessee H. A. Nichols P. J. Gallagher R. C. Fri ' it y. L. Calhoun PRIVATES G. H. S. King H. ].. .Melton H. P. Miller N. P. Oliver J. M. Parker T. A. Piekup R. W. Qtiillen |. . Resseguic |. K. Ri l)inson 1. M. Sk.eil J. T. Skeen j. R. Smith A. G. Upchke M. G. Via Corpornb A. V. WATrs A. G. Green B. A. RrcRER C. H. Irbv C. A. Pamplin B. ' . Sadler T. W. Cake R. P. Walker W. 1. WvM.r R. M . .ininiernian i .oinpaiu I.f( u» abide somewhere west tif olc " Number Out-, " Where the Seniors arc at their be«ti Where there aren ' t ten thousand regulations. And each ladet is like the rest. — Not Siiakkm-kahf. Call US half-pints, call lis miilgcts, call us niuts; wi- ' rc little but we ' re louil. In ath- letics, bull-sessions, or free-for-all, we ' re al- ways heard from. ' e, together with the gangling lails who occupy the other end o f the building, won the intramural football cham- pionship last fall. If you consider that a meager accomplishment, try butting the bony knob i)rt ' every pair of shouKlers in tl)e regi- nuiit. We do our part to supply the various varsities with material. " B " Company men are wearing monograms for boxing and base- ball. If -ou don ' t believe we carry a knock- out punch, the kiik tli.it kill-, in t .mnti r over some balni) afternoon and insinuate th.it Company " H " isn ' t the best on the quadran- ' I ' iiis tlomicile of ours, this northwest end of Barracks Number Three is no prison, «lom- inated and harassed by military superitu ' s. We live with each other, not against each other. This outpost of civilization has representa- tives in all branches of school activities. " B " Company spirit is shown by the number of its members associated with various clubs, organi- zations and disorganizations. Glance over at the fi rst battalion staff — tliree products of " B " Company. Two of the last three regimental commanders began their careers here in " B " Company, ' ' ou notice them an way, but we ' re reminding you of our tiiii it l.iii! Iiiu--, ili ' is paraiK ' N :uul Corps trips. I lk I ri. I ()()N f, SLCOM) ri. I (K).N Nash, Richardson, Muor. W. W. Brock, Ik. Captai,, UicKtinianti E. W. Cake . I). Richardson f. R. JJoNUliRANT N. C. Moore J. B. Maupin Firi1 rrgrii)it B. C. Campbell Company " C OFKICI-.RS Supply Sr)-gnii!f V. H. Nash Sergrinits H. M. McCarthv W. W. Bailev H. B. Spence V. W. Nelson J. F. Benson P. R. Beach Corportih R. G. TARKINtnON S. E. Kreger J. G. Lindsey R. E. Mountcastle R. B. Kreger T. N. Broyles A. E. Hamlet Mrv. ' , , I;, RilhllM.lul, V l sponsor H. T. Ayies J. M. Blessing A. V. Blunt H. K. Bnston M. W. Bradshaw j. R. Bivant J. C. Clorc . H. Cci|iirihavi r ' . ' I ' . Cokinan M. K. Coulter J. I ' .. Cooper C. W. Downs P. C. Kox R. S. Faison PRIVA ' FES J. B. Fray S. . Gihbs J. B. Gooilc E. . Hurst C. M. Jones W. . Kr.is W. A. l.ansford G. S. Eo.nard P. Mitclull H. K. Motttsluar.l }1. V). Quessenherry J. J. SInilkcum W. O. Smith C. C. Waller H. M. Wassum i E C. ' etherall V. E. Williams ( onipaiu ' C " " WIktc arc vdu fnmi, Frcsii- m.mf " " I don ' t know! " " What nri- yoii iloinir lui -. Rat? " " I don ' t know! " " W ' li.it course an- ( u going to take, Fn-shiV: " " I don ' t cart-! " " W-1I, what companv do you want t got in r " " ' C Company ! " The above happened in September when every new cadet but one was in a storm, but this one knew where he wanted to h ' ve for four years and who he wanted to be his friends. Our company has never been much at " grandstanding " because we beh ' eve our repu- tation is good enough to send us men wlio m11 earn on here in Tech like real Southern cents. Our Captain, a smiling gentleman from Rich- mond has taught what the ail vantages of a continuous smile and a congenial personality really mean. Kvery man in the company, from the most honcired Senior to the grossest of rats live on the same plane and do not hesitate to seek sound advice from the others. ' e all try t i be just one group of conven- tional hiniian beings trying to get the best out of life in the easiest way possible and only ask that our friendship with each other and the men in the scliool may be perpetual through- out life FIRST J ' L.VTOON % SECOM) J ' LAl(.,)t,). ' ' M ' f ' S? -■4 W. E. AndersoNj Jr. Captain W I SDERSON FaimviUc, Va. Sponsor Gllli.im, Wllkii Lli-utriiiOlfs R. I). Smith I " ' . L. GiBBS L. A. FoLTz J. D. Geddie W . H. Ramsey ' ;-.« 8i ' ?-gi ' n)it I. K. ' u.KINSON C. ' . l!al luin J. W. lUarcl " ' i W. Bloomfield V. E. Bragassa . G. liuchman ] ' . y. Burks M. K. C ' uniniings M. V. Klmorc V E. Eubank H. F. Fischer G. C. Gross I. Hcippi-iistrin R. W. Jaoihus Snillh, r..lt , ,i.li-i-oii, ( ;r,.IJir, Companv " D OFFICERS Supply Sergttoi (). M. Gilliam St ' -gi-ti?i:s y. V. Lewis ' . ]]. .Allen N. R. Archer P. A. Kennedy J. P. Drean PRIVATES H. I.. L..urv G. K. Milkr R. C. M.K.rc . C. Niwinaii G. . . Nimniii R. B. Oglcsln j. K. I ' lTkiuS (). G. Pilaiul H. I ' . Rankin W. S. SauiuKrs N. ' IVrrv V. K. ' I ' hack.r M. W. ' I ' linlHiIakr (Jorponih ' F. Grek; J. D. Russell R. M. Bachman L. S. Reynolds B. W. Bishop I. G. Plunkett B. A. KizER C. P. Patton E. I.. Turner H. Wcatlurly W. N. iuk ' ll ' F. H. W.hhIs m (; ()iiin;in " D " Frankiu ' ss has always bt-cn the motto of " D " Company, and wc feci that our " write up " in the 1934 Bugle should he in keeping with this attribute of the coinpnin . We were formed two score years ago, but there was no pomp, circumstance or feasting and there was little preparation made to re- ceive the new arrival with formality. This beginning was not particularly auspicious, and throughout the ensuing years the company has not striven particularly to be very outstanding, for, frankU ' , such a thing as an outstanding company is impossible and unheard of. Just now, when a man should be in his prime, wc are still upholding our tr.ulitions. Hut We do not get all worked up over honor, fealty and good fellowship, for those things are merely incidentals. This year, under the leadership of Captain Hill and such stalwart supporters as " R. D. " and " Gibbie " the company has done well. FJowcver, wc shall not use such terms as " Co- operative unit " and " enviable record " to de- scribe our session. The intramural stage has been furnisiied with many able athletes, and we lay claim to having had the tallest contender for varsity basketball, and the shortest manager of Fresh- man Hasketball, ever to grace Tech ' s Mc- mori.il M.ill rioor. FIRST PLATOON n M p H w Ifr j r ' ■ 1 ml 1 ■ m- 1 ■ m; ' iw ' fl K JIf ( I 1) I ' i !( )i ) s ' 11) i Second Ikiltalion StaH ' -ll, well, well ' ' h;it have- wc Ik-r? It ' s John Mason Pilcher and his arni ! John Mason, cadet major, is to be a dentist. It is rumored that he got his position primarily to hear him- self shout, in Older that he might accustom himself to noises similar to those given off by unfortunate patients. Roy Brown, adjutant, is V. P. I ' s military genius No. 2, ranking second oiiK to Crozier, regimental adjutant, in his knowledge and love of the ;irm game. It is pass- ing strange that men who know so ver much about mili- tary are always given position where tlu will he .able to use tiieir great knowledge. " foll - Roger " Richardson, supply officer, ;uul " Whit- ney " Sweeney, plans and training officer, have a couple of choice honorary positions. ' rhe - do little, wear pretty chevrons, and take charge of the battalion when superior officers are absent. " Cutic " Custcrer, sergeant-ni.i jor, .ind Cecil Fuller, color sergeant, are a couple of the l.uls with m;ui ' aspir- ations and Some accomplishnn-nts. Brinlcs, LlnJscy, Sliellioisc, SncJJfii, Wilder, Tschantn-, I ' .M Lu ' Htl ' in)lti [,. L. Sneuden M. A. TsCHANTRE H. H. Cox H. R. Pollard C. H. Shelhorse First Sr -griint T. . . JjNDSEY CompaiiN ' " ] OFFICERS Supply Si ' rgraiif H. C. Brovles SrrgfiiN s J. H. Martin J. M. Fore D. J. Flvnn H. L. McMakin H. W. Howaro C. ' . 1 ABER Corporals L. B. Lee J. W. W EBli B. M. Priode S. B. West R. H. Lawson P. H. Linusev A. E. Si ' L ' MP y. R. Cardwell M]( . V. M. Wii 1 Pnitsmuutli, V:. Sponsor G. E. Anderson C. F. Bailc ' V ] ' . W. C:iuky S. ? . Fitts X . I ' ,. l ' ' iiui-t|urcan L. Gall.iw.iv W . N. HamniiTstioni A. B. HariHT W. H.nviv K. 1.. Huffman PR1 ' A ' I ' FS S. L. Jiuu-s C. L. Kcrstcin L. L. Lannac y. V. Lakrv R. B. Mvci-s A. I ' ctcTS R, K. Pnnclus W. ' I ' . Rnhins W. H. Ruin F. E. Silnit J. V. SchultL-ns P. Tcnvtta mk c: oiiiiiam " E " Compan ' had the fcirtunc (or mis- fiirtune) of being one of the smallest com- panies on the quadrangle this year. We capi- tahV.ed on our small size, though, under the able leadership of our Captain who has held us together when it ionkeil like c were doomed to disruption. We had the highest quality average of any company on the quadrangle this year and at one time had eight men on the regular var- sity and freshman wrestling team, six men 0,1 the football squads and were secniiil in intra- mural standing. We ought to pa a word for our " 34 m n who have upheld the traditions of " K " " C ' lr- panv for the past four years. Our Captain and " Colonel " Snedden have set an example of military efficiency that we are proud of. " Schnozola " Tschantre is destined for big success as a chemist, while " I ' ip " Cox and " I):ul " Shelhorse will be remembered foi- tiieir modest). Our " Pete " I ' ollard is to become a popular figure in the business world. Due praise goes to the men on the Staff and tile " Skippers " who have lived with us .ill four ears. We have enjoyed having tluiii more th.in the - wmII ever know. They h.ive co-o|ur;ite(i in every wa - with the com- |i.in ' .uul helped to uphold its good name. MRSr rJ.A ' lOON t SECOND i ' i.ATOON ' M m ( ml w Muh. J. M. K.LUT R:chm..nd, V;i. Sponsor L ' lrKtniants F. S. Hudson R. C. Beverley J. C. Price C. C. Ahalt W. G. ' ells Fint Srr i ' riiit G. H. Orchard W I ' litdjaiJ, Orclijl-a, HuJ.o]i, Ali.i;i, Klul.-, WaU, Bc crk , .uij P;!.- Compaiu ' " 1 ' " OFFICERS Supply Srrgtn it C. M. Pritcharu Sfrgctinfs y. S. Chowninu R. L. Headlev R. S. R. " I ' AiEs J. R. Gay C. H. HiNNANT PRI ' . TFS C. W. Fl-WIS C. J. F„gan H. F. Mackcy R. F. AFitthcws I), i . McGoi-LH ' IF C. .M.Gratii j. I). M.K„v K. . Mnsrln . W. Oshonu- W . M. l nks j. F. I ' ctti-LV W. H. Shonnakcr IF R. Smith O. Smith A. y. Stevens 1 ' .. IjdllWCll . . L ' liamhers P. Clark M. Clark (). Cockrv •] ' . k. Dahiuv F. Fkv F. Fittn, IF Gilisoil G. Haines W. Jc.hnsnn R. Kaufman A. Kirk A. E. Kndhler R. A ' . K.Huuz C ' .t rpnriils R. C. Powell ' F. B. Pl ' GH B. IF Adkins R. . F Sri ' MP ' . ' F. Oakes R. F Da is ' . IF ' F-lLER O. F. Sticklev F. F ' assal,.tti I). C. Wade ■ ( oiiinam It wns a bright sunshiny »la in Si-ptimbtr. A bugle blari ' tl forth in tht- ilistanci-. A short lull, tht-n iTH-n bustling, hustling, an- seen fHMiring from the barracks. Anothi-r note on the bugle and orderly cadet fi ' es form quickly at their respective posts. Thus, no doubt, was " F " Compan ' s initiation into ' IVchLiiul. A simple hut impressive ceremon . Through the many years wv have turned forth our share of graduates skilled in the arts which they pursued and imbibed with the true Tech Spirit. The war came and went. Mili- tary still flourished in " F " Compan — tiie " rat system " became harder through the ears hut in the fall of thirty-two much needed re- forms were undertake?! i-r tin- ciitin- c.ini- pus and further enlarged upon bv us in the f.ill of thirt -three. The old charter was abolished anil :i new one inserted in its place — its aim " an endeavor to keep intact those ideals established in its infancy, an effort to destroy further evi ' s and instill into ever one a certain feeling of friendliness. " Led by the eminent " R.ibbi " Klot and hi.- five sub-counci ' ors these idea ' s are being car- ried forward with increasing rapidity. It is well to note at this point that the " Rabbi " is a member of the Howler ' s Club, holder of the Croix de Maynard (a decoration installed by tlie honorable commandant for military ex- cellence) ami is a memiier of several other so- lieties and or ' jani ations. v - iKiNV ' - U.,- mimi " jii m-: i riRS ' i " p[, Tor) SKcoM) i ' i, rooN H.ignn, Cox, Hibbcit, Boschain, Blick, Shelton, and Neale Miss Stalis DkI ' ietro Holdra, W. V.i. Spomnr LiiHtouniU . S. Walker .. N. HiBBERT W. R. Shelton G. H. Blick R. ' . Neale F ' lnt Srri;iiiiif y. s. Cox ]•:. A. Katon [. ' J ' . Kvans ' N. I ' idati C;. M. HutchiscMi W. (;. Iivsoii ' . I). Kahii 11. N. McAllister C;. W. McAlpiii R. T. McClurc C " ()mpan " G " OFFICKRS Supply Si ' rgni it E. C. Hagan St-rj raiifs R. P. Fulton G. M. Stracghan O. E. Hanes I l. J. BOGESE l ' Rl ' A ' FES L R. Molirn II. y. .Mud.liinan 1). H. Nallc C. W. Saiukis |. C. Sanders N. I). SandfTs f. L. Schwartz P. I . Sweckcr ' F. 15. Thayc-r Corponils H. s. ' HEARY R. ' . Garnett M. Perel R. N. Hale H. G. Ruzza F. K. Shirk C. C. Pyne E. C. ' .nil) ck H. F. ' iiitmirc W. S. Wood ( .()Ilip;in ' ■ ( I " - ;ii - low ill stature, in miinlKT, aiul i.i Cjualitv credit averages, but we kimw tliat these things are not necessary in making a man. Our claim to fame lies in our fig ' iting spiiit which we consider s.cond to none on thv i]uadrangle. In previous vears mih ' tarv was of most out- standing importance and was regarded with the greatest of reverence by all who could see as our ultimate goal t!ie building of real men. Despite our efforts to continue tile old stand- ards, drastic changes have taken place about us which have forci ' d us to accept the care- free attitude that now seems to be more pre- valent. One outstanding result of this noii- inilitar .-itmosphere has been the creation, in number two barracks, of a new orgnnization, the H. M. M. A. (Brush .Mountain .Militarj ' Academy). Everyone on t!ie ijuatlrangle knows their familiar welcome, " .Ain ' t seen you in a goon ' s age. " Our company has alwa s been ar ' iletically inclined, and while we liavj h.id no great number wearing varsity monogr.Miis, we have alwa s received a great deal of recognition through the battles for the Iiitramur.il ciuvvn. FIRST PLATOON SECOND PLATOON Winglicld, Cilii GuuJ, Hudg J. E. („ J nitriumii f. ] ' . Gills R. S. HlTDtilNS ' . T. Rice !■ ' . V. Summers W. T. Tyler First rrgriml J. Gilman Compan ' " H OFFICERS Supl ' ly Srrgi ' iiiit y . B. ' lNt;FIELD S Tgr iii s J. L. Campbell F. F. DOERINU W. C. Childress H. G. Jennincs H. A. ROBINETT T. C. Tavlor Corforals E. L. MOHLER E. A. Pritchard T. T- Carroll L. T. Gatling S. Shumate R. G. Robertson P. S. Blandford Mrs. E. L. Rover Lock Haven, Pa. Sponsor ' Rl ' A ' rES G. T. Beckett w W. Ft.ster C. A. W ' agley R. S. Burruss 1.. H. Garlaiul [. C. Waic P. L. Bailey M. 1 ' . Go.Hlen H. 1 ' . Wilscn W. !• ' . Cantiei ' i H. A. He.llv C. C.-nlett C. H. McCloiul J. Cofer M. J. Ran,. I,. V. CuiTan W A. Rothery 1 H. v. C.ivemlish A. P. Steele ■ J. D. Killer J. ] ' . ' eiu ' ia m Companv " H " Company is a darn guml company. Even the seniors are all ritrht. Ask the girls in Radford. They ' ll tell oii. Occasionally the seniors remind the juniors that it is the thing to do to go to breakfast, but the only thing that makes a junior mad is for a senior not to wake him up in time to go to a first period class. Buck-Fuzzle Summers usually takes care of that, though. - think Jack Good one of the best cap- tains on the quadrangle. One of ' IVch ' s " most active " men, and how he iloes love to go to breakfast! We woidd like to take this op|icirtuiiity to apologize to Colonel . Ia nard for having our barracks only about fifty yards from his resi- dence and for any slight disturbances that have causetl him to come over in his bath-robe and pajamas to investigate. It must be mighty un- comfortable for him to have to leave his warm bed and step out in the cold like that. Wv have some musicians, too. Take Horn- Hlower Gills, for example. .And Tony, our mascot, has often made the nights hideous with his howls. Taking it all-in-all, wc think our " Happy Family " one of the best, and we would not be anywhere else for anything in the world. ' a lIR. r PLATOON SECOND I ' LATOON J...k»,.n, Lvm-, l „rlnlii-Kl, C.v, J..iu-5, i.ul .K-nnings Third l attalioii StafF riu- histoi ' inii has a fniitliil fiilil fm ' endeavor in the third battahon staff. I ' his Lrroup, compusi-d of Portcr- ficld, cadet majcn ' ; L ne, adjutant; Jackson, plans and training officer; Cox, supjiU officer, and Jones and Jen- nings, sergeant niajoi- and color sergeant respectively, is also er ' active in ncin-niilitai ' lines. W ' illi.ini Hreckenridge P irterfield, [nnior, was center and captain of the -;nsit footliall team last season. Al- though injuriis pirvi-nted his playing ail season, he got several mentions on Jionor teams. Little is known of his love life. Hill) ' L}ne is a true lovei- of horses and the various other things lover — horses — we mean horse lovers — are fond cif. He ' s long and lankv and hollers nicely. William C ' lix is thi ear ' s outstanding claimant to Social hcmois. One week-end of the entire session found him lure stud ing — and that |i.irticul.ir week-end had to slip up on him. And now tlu ' truth can he told: He ' s the 1.1(1 who wmti-, " If ' ou ' re .Asking Us " in the Tech. " J;ick " Jackson had to iisign at the beginning of the third (|uarter of his senioi ' e.ir. He had a varied career lure, being at one time intramur.il boxing champion. Jones and Jennings are a couple more of the lads who have high hci|KS and a good deal of detirmination. Miss Elizabeth Portfrkiklh Glade Spring, Va. Sfomor Miss LiiuisK Wihtf.hukst Rd.inokf, Vn. Sponsor Sti.ibcl, Be Lu-ntr)iiinti S. K. Sutherland J. W. BOSWELL T. H. Lewis E. N. Henry y. H. Cunningham ' ;•.( Srrgnntf G. V. Beamon P. R. Anderson C. C. CamplxH R. M. Crockett K. M. Dnering •]■. Drewrv R. C. I ' .dniunds H. M. Fisher V. D. Garvin K. V. Gee R. D. Gowin R. S. Haff S. ' h ' . Harding R. I ' . Harris J. A. Heisler R. Holherton W. K. Holherton li. 1.. Hutelus.m Mnrtin Bos Wfll, Sutlu ' il.,, Comp any " I OFFICERS s ,pfl V Srrgrnnt J. J. Si ' Robel S, rgrimts B. V. Saunders R. B. Hicks I). W . Lanford T. R. Murray I. . Bates G. B. Smith PRIVATES J. f. C. L. Hulcher Ingles I. M. Keel H I) !ak -, ]v. W . K . Mdler " C. I. Motherslua. R 1 ' . Monteith I) P. W j. . .Murpli - Myers !• ' . c. Nisbeth H s. Page C A Reid G B. Rush I. . Shelton R K. Slaughter D R. Smoak J- Vodar Co)-portds E. N. Andrews T. T. Jeffries T. H. Epes F. E. Jones E. D. McCULLOCH G. F. Lenz " . Catlin T. A. ' ittkamp J. D. Wood C. F. Yonker y. R. ■ ' onker R. K. Zimmerman Wk c oinpam Org;mizcil in ' 27, H.ittiiN " I " in tlusi- fc-w short yt-nrs has bcconif an impurtant unit at V. P. I. There is a spirit of good fellowship and a ilemocratic feeling among all its num- bers which cannot be siirjwsseil. ' I ' he problem of company relations rests, of course, with the seniors; each one pla s a part. To start from the beginning, " Henrv " Henrv, who is small in stature, large in words. ' J ' hen follows Sno zle Lewis, the conscien- tious. I. verv compan ' must have one officer to see that the Jimiors attend breakfast and are not too negligent in personal appearance. Introductions are in order — there ' s " Johnn " luke, the business man and athlete, addicted to tlie consumption of excess " growley. " Connie Udswell, otherwise Moonbeam, the lover, stands out as the " sine vit.ire " of Hat- ter " I " . Then Sid Sutherland, the women ' s delight, the handsomest man in the company. Sid ' s a baseball player, too. Last, yet fore- most, the Captain of our gang, Donny Lir- tin, alias " S|)i i k. " It ' s to the captain we look for leadership; Donny fulfills the bill. He is militarv to the point that has raised the com- pany to its highest standing. IJut he also likes a good time — ' Tis a hell of a good company we have. I — the personal meaning is first with us all. So it is with Batter) ' I — • To sum it all, the I ' s have it, there ' s no question of that. FIRST I ' l.A roON SECOND I ' LA TOON Taylor, Manning, Cibbs, Sncllings, Tlu CapUiiii Lynchburg, Va Sponsor Lu ' UtCIKUltS G. A. Wood W. L. Thomas y. E. Ware I). C Gillette J. C GiBBS First Srrgrtin y. E. Manning I- H. Alu ' i ' ii.itln ' F. T. AIktu R. R. 15.-.ik-y I. G. Ban- L. S. Bdl R. I. Britton R. E. Cnllalinn H } Clu-lf I. M. Clclaml T. H. Collier J. W Cooke A. N Crane T. D. Davis T. T. Deal T. R. DdWiiing R V . I ' ' ausel W . I . Feathers Company " K " OFFICERS Snpl ' ly Sergr iii R. P " . Taylor Srrgr vits R. L. CORBELL R. C. NOVVELL J. ! 1. Scott W. H. ] owi;n A. A. HUDNALL J. D. Elle ' i ' t W. L. Young PRIVATES W. S. Francis |. M. Grayson H. C. Hess W. S. King W. F. Martin V. C. McMullin !■ ' . 15. Moore J. N. Oliver E. A. Pai- C. L. Proflit S. S. Robinson B. T. Smythe J. N. Stephenson B. M. Stites J. W. Sumner V. D. Sydnor R. L. Thompson Corporals J. W. EwiNG J. N. Cargill J. H. Garwood R. A. Moore V. H. Payne C. S. Burch W. H. Howard ' . L. Barnes E. N. Umbarger F. E. ' atkins J. L. Webber E. S. Wilson I. 1 ' .. Turner ( onipaiu " K Since Battery " K " was fi)iimil it has stcad- il risen in its effort to attain military perfec- tion. In 1932 the goal was reachejl, the priv- ilege of wearing the coveted gold band, high- est symbol of military achievement. ' I ' he old leaders left us and new men came to fill the ranks. Immediately thev were molded into an integral part of a perfect machine. Success attained, success retained, and 1933 saw Batter)- " K " keep the privilege of wearing the gold hand. For the first time ill the history of V. P. I. one company had kept the gold band of merit tor two successive vears. -Again the old le.iders are leaving us, and it is not without fond memories that we look back u| on their [last. The escapades of Ch.irlie and Joe will live long in the Battery ' s archives, and the memory of our famous editor of wit, who married a budding young teacher at Fredericksburg, will always be dear to us. ' Fhen there are Garland, Jingle, John- nie and Lvnn (ah, what a crew of " looeys " ), .md the Skippers who hold " K " Battery clos- est to their bosoms. To all these who leave this June, Battery " K " to the last man, ex- tends her best wishes for their success after y:ra(!u.ition. 0? " MRS! " Pi. A TOON hLCO.NU ri.AlUCJ.N I ' uUlv, Bruoks, Be Adjiiis, StiouJ, Whilt.ikL-r, Pickup, .ind Smith Mrs. a. II. Steele Norfolk, Va. Sl.o«sor LliUtfllllHtS J. . Berry E. A. Smith R. F. WhITI AKER E. Pickup H. B. Adams Fint Sfrgrtint R. L. Brooks T. A. E. A. P. H. W. S. F. W. R. J. R. I. T. F. !■•. R. I). R. r,. M. H. G. A. D. F. M. I. [.. i ' . B. F. M. Allison Bailey Barker Barksdale Baxter Beazlcy Rcntzel Boone Cervarich Chambers Copenhavcr Dailcy DeShazo Pillion Oil worth Douglas Fazio Compan ' " L ' OFFICERS Supply Sergcdfit A. H. Pl ' LLEY St-rgiiiiits C. M. Robeson W. S. Argabrite H. B. Eller S. W. Lee J. E. Ottoway M. G. Stroud ] ' KI ' A ' ] " ES H. H. Fenuyhough E. H. iMureit I ' cilis } . C. M ' F. ' ]■ F. H, D. V Jarincy Fane Mehancy E. E. McBurney }. E. Moore J. A. Mattola V. P. Nunn y. T. Pais H. Powell F. O. Reese C. D. Richards M. W. Sifltord B. I). Sp.mgler Corpornh W . C. RoBERSON ]. W. Crakton S. G. Jones y. H. Eller C. W . Bradshaw |. M. Jones R. S. I ' lummer J. H. Taylor G. E. W ' earn G. ' F. Wmn A. S. Vrisrht c oinpain " L " Battery is one of the youngest H;ii- teries on the quadrangle. Despite its youth, it lacks none of the prestige which usually accompanies age. This prestige is further en- hanced by the fact that we have abi worn the gold band as the best drilled battery in the ' I ' iiird Battalion for this ve.ir. The distinction of having a First Lieuten- .int who is the proud father of a six-months- uld bab ' girl also goes to us. The honors, however, belong to Jimmy Berry, who suc- cessfully fathered the Juniors through their rat year. On no other part of the i|uaclranLrle will one find sucli camaraderie. luii military duties are over. Seniors cease to be Seniors but Rats remain unchanged in their status ' I ' his comraileship in no way affects cl.ass spirit, the foundation upon which fellowship at V. P. I. is built. Years pass and the family sends another group of favorite sons into the world with a fervent wish for their success. To " Stump, " " lirassy, " " Speck, " " Whit, " Adams, and J ' ickup, and to those Skippers who were so fortunate as to call " L " Battery their home we wish success with the hope that the out- side world will greet them with the fondness with which we bid them farewell. FIRST Pr,. T()C)N SECOND PI.A ' FOON M. D. LocKwooD Captain MkS. W. J. LuCKW.)UD Virginia Beach, Va. Sponsor Lii ' iitf)ui}iti J. H. NiNINGER R. L. Waring H. S. Shannon S. L. Blitler N. W. Harrison First Sfrgeniit ]. ]. Booth R. L. Abbitt J. B. Baydush J. C. IJtiatwright j. W. Brandon W. Z. Brown J. A. CarpcntLT H. L. Cdbbs R. N. Dardcn B. V. Dodge J. H. Duze R. C. Ethcridge I ' " . H. Evans y. II. GailK-r S. H. Hall E. F. Harvey R. M. Holloway Company " M " OFFICERS Supply Sergrant C. D. Whiie Sfrgi ' tiiits B. J. Peters W.A. MuuD E. C. Brandon J. H. COPENHAVER VV. D. HOLSCLAW R. B. Porter PRIVATES T. R. Johnson H. C. MinskcT M. L. O ' Neak- A. G. (_)rphanidys P. D. J ' arks E. D. j ' roudnian W. I. Rcanh.n J. K. Rush C. J. Siegrist G. H. Stanley P. M. Stoutamire D. L. Stowe G. p. Todd F. Venturini J. H. Walker R. B. Ware Corporiils [. H. ' anDvck R. 1). Anthony R. H. Oliver R. L. Myers F. D. Rollins J. S. Burrows J. G. Knowlton E. N. Brooks S. A. Wenk G. L. ' ilson S. C. mx Coinpaii As iiiinpMiiil ti till- ;il;i- d muiu- hI liic (ithtT comp.iniis on tlu- t|ii.i lrangli-, Hattcry " M " is miTi-l an infant. It was born in tli ' - fall of 192S, while some of tin- otlur com- panifs date back in the " dark ages. " During some periods of its life, it has cried out with a loud voice, commanding attention of the whole corps. .At other times it has leisurely slept and " let the rest of the world roll by. " It had a crving spell during its first ear, when it took the gold band away from the rest of the companies. It is said that a long period of time elapsed before it could be V " M " ijiiieted. Since th.it time, it lias turned it; attention from military to more playful pas- times. It has had Captain Hill Porterfield, Duncan Holsdaw, and Jim Copenhaver to plav football, " Nellie " U ' aldrop and .Moose Porter to wrestle, anil Robert Porter to play baseball. Unfortun.iteh , it has nr)t aspired to aca- demic heights. I ' rofessors eve it doubtfulh .ind shake their heads. W ' c arc inclined to believe them too critical, because, after all, one must get his fimdamcntals at HoUins, Sweet Hri.ir, .ind Radford. FIRST PLATOON SLCC ND PLATOON L ' lClltOMHtS J. I). Moore A. M. Pruitt V. L. Russell ]. S. W ILLIAMS G. R. Palmer First SiT rtDit K. L. Kibler J. F. I5l-11 P. C. IJrinkkv R. I). Clau.l H. 1 ' . Dirckman R. V. DiidUv J. I). GL-mnull ] ' . . L. Harris J. v.. Piillsman R. C. Hi.ics J. L. Humphreys M. H. Ts,.n W. .A. Jamison T. L. T ' fl T R. S. jcrrrll O. N Johnson Company " N OFFICERS Supply Scrgrnnt C. E. Anderson Scrgea its M J. Reid R. H. Moore L. H. Dewey V . D. Shelton H. E. Robertson L. Bass PRIVATES A. R. Krmp W . I ' . Kniwstcp W . f. Lawton [. M. I.on- N. H. Marc-an C. C. Mast B. Mrlvin K. L. Oas H. C Pritchard C. S. Rrvrll L. H. Ripliv R. W. Stirnhrrp: - . G. ' I ' havu- (;, H. Va.h-n 1). W. Wariiio; Corporals J. I. Spitler F. W. Harris R. G. Melick R. C Henley H. V. Humphries E. G. Davis C. O. RiKER C. C. HorFF M. I. W ' olfson C. H. Wood H. W. Wood G. ' ]■. Wrcnn c oinpaiu " " The Fdrcijii Legion. " Ihi.s appclntion was first applictl to Battery " N " in the yer.r of its orsrnnization, 1 93 1. How apt a ili - scription of the spirit of subtle unity tliat holds liatterv " N " close to the hearts of its mem- bers! There is a certain coherence of feeling toward the Batterv that will unijuestionably outlive our abode at this institution of higher learning. At the head of Battery " N " for tlie past car has been Captain J. W. Morrison, wiio has made quite a military organization out of the " fraternity " of previous ye ars. Morrison, in passing, has been no mean scribe during his stav here, having been elected to Phi Kappa Phi and numerous other honorary fraternities. Treshman football nian.iger, Victor J. D. Moore, who like the proverbial Knglishman, laughs the next day, hails from Battery " N. " " Low Boy " I ' rm ' tt, of Natural Bridge fame (not the discoverer, incidentally) was voted early in the year to be the best platoon com- mander in the third battalion early in the year by none other than Major Tenncy. " Lun- dy " (Between-the-halves) Russell, George Palnur, and fohnn - Williams uphold the ath- letic iuinors of the Battery among the seniors. Palmer is the only man on the quadrangle who sports a monogram in tennis. Boxer ex- traordinary, Williams is the only man in the regiment who has the unique record of having never missed breakfast, to the extreme con- sternation of the juniors. FIRST PL.XrOON SECOND PLATOON L ' tCHtriuiiits H. L. I ' ippiN R. (). Tate, Jr. E. K. Allison D. Oilman F. B. Shumate F ' lnt Scii fiint E. B. O ' Connor Allison, T.itc, Jtlncss, bliuin.it;:, ( Companv " O " OFFICERS Sufply Sergeant V. L. KiL MARTIN Sergrtiii s G. ' . Haroinu C. p. F. Sheffield W. B. Gri .zard R. E. Jones M. W. Mason H. A. Sl ' Rl ' ILL Pifi ' i Corporals ' G. A. Costan R. H. COPELAND E. L. MuNDAv H. F. Bennett S. F. Hall R. F. Epperson W. ]. Blaiklock Mrs. E. S. Jeki Norfolk, V;i H. E. Atkinson F. E. Hrll T. H. Callah.in M. .M. C.inncl J. K. Il.ilcy J. II. Davis H. E. ])unaway H. C. Jackson J. S. Laird W. Laird W. B. Magill R. F. Malarkcy G. H. Molvin W. II. Miller H. E. Miindfn [. II. Nail PRRMTES E. R. Philips J, P. Ouarlc-s R. T. Ramsey A. Rolx-rtson S. I ' " . Saundc-rs A. H. Shafcr R. C. Skinner ' E. C. Slaughter J. C. Snidiivv E. A. Starling C. W. Stewart J. B. Stover H. ' V. Stult7, P. G. Th.iyer 1). Thompson E. I. V.mdcrslicc G. C. Van I. n. W ' ils R. rav c oiiipam " () " Battery " O " is one of the youngest com- pnnics on the Quadrangle, being only three years old. It was formed in the fall of 19.U. Since that time it has steadily grown. Its sons have gone out on the campus and made a name for themselves .ns well as for th ' ; ii)ni|i.nn. " Flanilsome Harmon " Pippin won just fame when Zaniskv pronoiniced him the most handsome of cadets at V. P. I. It was whispered at the time that Cajitain Jeffries was very jealous of Zamsky ' s decision and started to appeal. However, nothing came of it. " () " Hatters lias done its sli.uc in aiding athletics here. Hank Spruill has had tin- greater part of the work ali ng that line. In addition to being on the football squad, Spruill also represented the school at the Southern Conference boxing meets. The company basketball te.im, this year, won the regimental cbam|iionship, and defeated the V. M. I. in- tramural champions in the finals at the annual intramural meet held at the gym in March. W hile " O " Hattery can ' t boast of any three-point men, yet it has its share of scribes in all four classes, Jeffries is one of the few men who can make honors without, apparent- ly, studying. Barnes and Tucker, of the battery, have made lioiiors for a number of quarters. FIRST PLATOON SKCOND PLATOON Lawrence Priddv, Life Lisurance Kxpert and Organizer Extraordinarv Presenting Lawrence Priddv — kmiwn in tlie (iiilsidr wi.rld :is a distinguished life insurance expert, but best known to the Techmen as the man wli.. built the Y. M. C. A. building and who was chairman of the WorKi War Memorial Hall Building Committee. Mr. Priddv, born at Keysville, Virginia, on July 7, 1874. was graduated from V. P. I. with the degree of Bachelor of Science in 1897. During his junior year here he and about half a dozen other students and several members of the faculty in- augurated a movement to build a Y. M. C. A. Building. ' He worked on this during the remainder of his college days, and for two years after graduation he gave practically all his time to begging money for the purpose. He covered the state of Virginia, New Yqrk City, and Bridgeport, Connecticut. During this time plans were drawn up and the building that now stands on the campus was built under his direct supervision. Since July 1, 1900, Mr. Priddy has been with the New York Life Insurance Company. On November 1, 1903, he was appointed agency director of the New York Life for the District of Columbia and the state of Maryland, with headquarters in Baltimore. Later he was transferred to New York. For more than twenty years he has been among the ten largest producers of life insurance throughout the world. He has been president of the leading agency organization of the New York Life, president of the Life Underwriters Association of New York, and president of the National . ' Association nf Life Underwriters. Mr. Priddy has served three terms as president of the V. P. L Alunini Associatifm. He is particularly proud of tlie honorary degree of Doctor of Commercial Science, which his alma mater awarded him in June, 1929. ACTIVITIES BOOK FOUR Lawrence Priddv, Life Insurance Expert and Organi cr Extraordinar Presenting L.Twrence Priddv — kno ' .1 distinguished life insurance expert Techmen as the man who built the who was chairman of the World VVa Committee. Mr. Priddv, born at Key- was graduated from V. P. I Science in 1897. During his a dozen other students and s Me A. building and al Hall Building ille, Virginia, on July 7, 1S74, with the degree of Bachelor of nior year here he and about half eral members of the faculty in- augurated a movement to build a Y. M. C. A. Building. He worked on this during the remainder of his college days, and for two years after graduation he gave practically all his time to begging money for the purpose. He covered the state of Virginia, New Yqrk City, and Bridgeport, Connecticut. During this time plans were drawn up and the building that now stands on the campus was built under his direct supervision. Since July 1, 1900, Mr. Priddv has been with the New York Life Insurance Company. On November 1, 1903, he was appointed agency director of the New York Life for the District of Columbia and the state of Maryland, with headquarters in Baltimore. Later he was transferred to New York. For more than twenty years he has been among the ten largest producers of life insurance throughout the world. He has been president of the leading agency organization of the New York Life, president of the Life Underwriters Association of New York, and president of the National Association of Life Underwriters. Mr. Priddy has served three terms as president of the V. P. I. Alumni Association. He is particularly proud of the lionorary degree of Doctor of Commercial Science, which his alma mater awarded him in June, 1929. T l HE CO R 1 S Newton (). Molt, Contracting Man- ager, American Hridge Conipan N.- M.iii (). 11, .It «a hi.iii ,.M-nilH-r i, 1SS4, .it Bronknc.il, Virginia. Ih- iMiii-n-.i V. 1 ' . 1. ill Si-ptt-mbrr, I ' llll, :ind was gr.ndu.ited .is B.S. in ciNll cKinming un June 1, 1907. Mr. Holt ' s first wfirk .nfter graduation came In the capacity of stnic. tural draftsman by the .American Bridge Company, New York City, from July, I ' JO , to May, l ' )09. He was then employed by Levering ' Car- rigues Company, New ' ork City, June, l ' )ll ' ), to October, 1909, and by the Cambria Steel Company, Johnstown, Pa., from November, 1909, to September, 1910. He worked witli the Virginia Bridge and Iron Company, Richmond, Virginia, from October, 1910, to .September, 19I.V In o ' cK.bcr, 191. ' , he rejoined the American Bridge Company at Gary, Indian.i. In May, 1914, he was transferred to the Design office, Chicigu, and there he served until the outbreak of the World War. From May, 1917, to June, 1919, he was a First Lieutenant, Field Artillery, in the L ' . S. Army. In July, 1919, he returned to the Ameri- can Bridge Company in Chicago. Me was later transferred to the Con- tracting Department, and in November, 1926, he was made contracting manager of the lirm. Mr. Hidt was married on November 22, 1916, and has three cliil- diiii. lie Is a member of the Western Society o( Engineers, Chicago. L. D. Simmons President Corps ot Cadets The V. P. I. Corps of Cadets is organized with the Executive Com- mittee as the governing body, and a group of officers, consisting of the president, vice-president, second vice-president, treasurer, secretary, prose- cuting attorney, defending attorney, assistant prosecuting attorney, as- sistant defending attorney, and, this year, two sergeants-at-arms, to carry on the business of tiie corps. The president is charged with acting as chairman nf the executive com- mittee. The vice-president is chairman of the sub-executive committee, and the second vice-president assists the president. The treasurer handles the corps fund, the secretary records tlie pro- ceedings of the executive committee, and the sergeants-at-arms keep order at corps meetings. The prosecuting attorneys prosecutes to the best of his ability all cases brought before the executive committee. He is aided by the assistant prosecuting attorney. The defending attorney defends all students brought before the executive committee. His assistant gives all aid possible, and in addition serves as investigator for the sub-executive connnittee. Stri.ud, Wildes, Prildiard, l)..wnin}, ' , Sii l.r.ckwo..d, Campl ' cll, C. Corps Officers L. I). Simmons M. D. LocKwoou Vi,,--P reside, I G. N ' . Wildes S,i„;J lic-PrrsiJ,-,! B. C. Campbell H. H. Downing Treasurer W. W. Stroud Prosecutittg Attorney J. A. LiNDSEY Assistant Prosecuting Attorney F. M. Wilder n.-fenJing Attorney J. R. G.AY Defending Attorney E. A. Pritchard Sergeanf-al-Arn:: R. H. COPELAND Serge.int-at-Arins Mrs. L. F. Simmon? Richmond, V ' a. Sponsor OKIRKRS L. O. Simmon PrauUnl M. D. LocKWooD Vict ' -Presiiien O. W. Wildes SrcouJ VUc-PresiJcnl B. C. Cami-bki L Sicnl,iry II. II. Downing Treaiurer VV. W. Stroud Prou-culing .illorney J. A. LiNDSEY Assis atit Prost-ctitiftg Aiionuy V. M. Wilder Dijctiiihig Artorncy J. R. C.Av Assis ant Dejeniiiiig Attorney R. H. COIKLAND E. A. Pritchard Srrgt ' ant-ttt-A rms MEMIitRS K. N. Andrews W. S. Cox C. C. Campbell II. II. Downing J. W. Morrison n. F. S.iundcrs J. ¥.. Turner " s. n. West II. F.. Wilson l ' " , cciiti c ( ' ommittcc The Executive Committee Is the student governing body of the corps. It is ni,idc up of men elected ye.irly by each of the four classes. The com- mittee h.is as its primary purpose the trial of all cases falling under the honor system. Its functions are modeled after those of the military court martial, and it fi llows the military proceedings as closely as is deemed advisable. The president of the corps is tlie chairni.in of the committee and in this capacity ads :is president of the court. Tlie prosecuting and defend- ing attorneys carry on obvious functions, and the secretary acts as court recorder. The Executive Co institution. It has a honorable ideals of tli th, ucleus of the Honor System at this itniost to upliold the tr.iditions and P. I. Corps of Cadets. Stroud, Lindsey, C. C. Campbell, Pritchard, Saunders, Cox, Downing, Sii n. C. Campbell, West, Andrews, Gay, and Wilder M. D. LocKwooD Chairman Mi s Rfba Cromer Blacksburg, Va. Sponsor Sub-Kxecutive Committee S u b- Execu ti c Com mittee The purpose of the Sub-Executive Cumnjittce is to act as a court at which the violators of the Cadet Rat Sy stem are tried and punishments are delt out according to the findings thereof. The committee is composed of the presidents of the four classes and the vice-president of the corps, who acts as chairman of the committee. The assistant prosecuting attorney and assistant defending attorney of the corps investigates the cases to be tried before each meeting and submit their findings to the committee in presence of the plaintiff and defendant. The committee has the power to inflict such punisliment as it sees fit to the freshman who violates the Rat Rules, which are stipulated in the Constitution of the Corps of Cadets. Extreme cases are referred to the Executive Committee. Cay, Banks, VanDyck, Lockwood, Wildes, and Si. M. D. LocKwooD Chair ma n L. D. Simmons senior Class Rrprcsctarrvc- G. V. Wildes Junior Class Representative J. B. VanDvck Sophomore Class Representative L. W. Banks Freshman Class Representative J. R. Gay Iiivestigalor r? vsj II. M. Dvvi? Mk . R. X. D C ,.,hm.in Dilhvyn, V.1 Sponsor lM)ard (it C " i ili;in Stiuicnts ' Union l oard Ciovcrnors ol (ioxcrnors H. M. Davis F. Q. Saunders r,W-C ,air,„an F. G. Case S.-Cr,lary G. M. Smith J. D. Smith S.-uior CI,,!S Mewh.r G. B. Ferguson J„-uor CI,,!! Ah;,. ' ,: N. p. Vest Junior Class Ah-mh.r A. J. Frances Sop wmore Class Mcmhe. E. W. James Freshman Class Mr, In 1930, suggestions f..r more c.i-..ri ' r.iii c imion and closer fellowship among the civilian students resulted in the organization of the Civilian Student ' s Union. The objects of this organization, which this year con- sists of two hundred and sixty-two students, arc: to co-operate with other students of the institution in such matters as may concern the interest of the general student body, and in the maintenance and practice of the Honor System; to discover and aid in the attainment of those things that may go to make the institution greater in every wayj to promote fellow- ship among the student body, and to assist in the attainment of the most benefits from attendance at the institution by the members of this student body. The executive committee of this organization is known as the Board of Governors. The board, which is elected each year by the civilian stu- dents, consists of three representatives from the senior class, three from the junior class, two from the sophomore class and one from the freshman class. Ferguson, Smith, Case, Saunders, Davis, Smith, Vest, and . P U B L I C ATI O NS Walter Hcnr Heal, luiitor and Speeialist in Agricultural Research Walter Hi-nry Bcnl received friini V. P. I. the degrees of B.S. and M.S. in 1X,S6. For fmir ye.irs after graduation (1887-1 891) he was assistant chemist in the Massachusetts State Agricultural Experiment Station at Amherst, under the direction of the distinguished chemist, Charles .Anthony Goessman. Mr. Beale came to the f. S. Department of .Xgriculture in 1891 as assistant in the Office of Kxperinient Stations. In 19lK he was the delegate from the U. S. Department of .Agriculture to the International Congress of .Agriculture at Liege, Belgium. For a time Mr. Heal was chief of the editorial division of the Office of Experiment Stations. He is now .iss ociate in Experiment Station Administration in the office, dealing with administr.ition of Federal funds provided by the Match, .Adams, Purnell and supple- mentary acts for agricultural experiment stations and with the co- ordin.ition of the work of the stations with the V. S. Department of Agriculture. Mr. Real has been a contributor to the Experiment Station Record, a review of scientific literature relating to agriculture. He is the author of various papers and reports on scientific agriculture, and a contributor to the International Enc.clopedia, the International Year- book and the Encyclopedia Americana. He is a fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, and a member of the Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society and the Cosmos Club. C. S. Goodwin Eilitnr- ' ni-Chicj W.H.blRCH MS.WALKEP. J. P,. SIMPSON MIIITAHV EOlTO f£«Tu».Ei 6PITC» o ]5U(ji.i: I ) ' n )Ri i. s ' rAi ' F O.J. MITH ■I Miss Mii.urf.u Goodwin New Hritain, Conn. Spomor Aiitonal Stari " Til some men, life holds much. To other men, life holds nothing. And, to still others, life is n mixture «f the two, with the latter pre- dominating. To this third group belong the members of the Bugi k of 1934 editorial stafT. Long and feverishly has this staff scoured the quadrangle, the campus and the publications files for copy. Thoroughly and exh.iustingly has this group pounded typewriters until the cold Blacksburgian nights have been replaced by the colder gray of dawn. Many weary hours have been spent taking pictures, checking them, checking photographers proofs, checking engravers proofs, and checking the dummy — but too little time has been spent checking the sleepability of beds. The editor — he ' s the pale, haggard man with the long beard and jittery manner — has been ably assisted toward the preparation of his book by his senior staff. This group, on the whole, has done a surprisingly large amount of work, most of which was creditable. Their dependability was proven by many long niglit scigcs and many very early morning meals at Nick ' s. We who depart drink a final toast to the juniors — " Kxcclsior! " HutchcBon, Wood, VanDyck, Docring, Thompson, Dcnison, and Wcnk k % G. H. Blick Business Manager J.H. SAUNDERS A[IVEP.TItlNCM«linCEK M.WOLFf PI TRIBUTlONMANAoeP. M.W.JOHNSON 15UGI-K HUSINKSS STAFF P.C. fttVtRLY Mrs. J. A. i- 1 III) Ravvlings, a. Spamor 1 Bugle Husincss StaH Vi rk cin TiiK Bi r,i k business stnIT is very similar tu the work on llic other similar staffs In that the members must sell subscriptions, solicit advertising, and collect bills. In addition, however, the staff is called on to assist in taking pictures, since the editorial staff is not large enough to take care of this wurk alone. Just how does the staff p.iy for a book the size of The Buclf? Some- times, of course, the staff wonders about that, too— but there ' s usually an answer on tap. Revenues come in from three sources: .advertising, sub- scription and representation. About a tenth of the book is paid for by advertising. This tenth is highly important, however, and every effort is made to dress up the ad section. Korty per cent of the revenues cotne in from subscriptions. The books are sold early in the year on the credit plan, and the collections are made when R. O. T. C. checks come. The remainder of the book is paid for by representation. Every man who has his picture in the class section pays a definite rate, and all clubs and organizations with pictures in the annual make payment on a sliding scale, according to membership. The Bugi.f. Itself finances the athletics and feature sections. The business managership is an important position, calling for a man who can pinch pennies and still think in big figures. Some job! Second Rate: Hale First Roa-: Y llolberton, Mothcrshead, and Oowns ung, llolan, Ripley, and Britton C. p. Cab FJilur Editorial Staff, ' I ' lic ' ii-o;inia Tech Till- Tiiginht Tech, weekly newspaper, is the (Hgnii of the stuJent body. In its CDlunins .ippear news stories, columns and editorials, written by stu- dents, and occasionally some material from the faculty. This year The Tech, under fearless leadership, embarked on a new plan of activity. Questions which for years had been considered taboo for the paper were brought up and discussedj frankness in every line of student activity was the watchword. A resume of the editorial year might read as follows: Band severely criticized in editorial columns; Rand improves. .Activities fee supported thoroughly. Insurance plan criticised; Tech admits having made mistake. Honor system clarified and simplified by editor, in collaboration with corps president. Continuous volleys delivered against compulsory church. Ath- letic situation brought up violently; greater co-operation between corps and coaches results. Conception and exploitation of plan to limit honors features last issues of old staf?. Limitation is generally approved and as BliOLK goes to press, seems inevitable. c p. Cabfll Editor c. S. COODW ' IM Ai soc-; Ue EJi or EDITORIAL STAFF Ma " !.? ' ng Editors c. G. Burr T. B. Hltchf.son D. Th OMFSON I- VOD.AR J- R. Gav E,U orh Assistants L. T. CATLING O. M Cl.. RK F. K. Shirk S. B. West s. A. Wenk Rcpor V. v. Downs V. li. L HuTci.K K. M. DOERING Xpecia Writers Mary Robeson W. A Cox .ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT R. R Devisos Sports EJ tor H. H. Cox Associate Sports Edit I F. F. DoKRlSG .s ,„ , Assistant S. B We. t S. A Wenk Sport J Writers I. w Watson S,.„,; Reporter HMl lUSlM ' .SS DI ' -.l ' AK ' IMl Nl G. L. Seay G. H. Hr.iiK A,lt:rliu lg M.I ' :.: W. H. Birch A. F. Jackson If.n. .; .- Hfi ' i,- M.nuisr- .i:.«.l,il.- Ilwhicis Manage ,„„„•,„„ Mu„.,t. Attistant Aih-frtiiing Managers R. L. Matthews L. A. Starling H. P. Cavkndish Assistant Circulation Managers V. S. GOODE R. N. Hale M. A. Chambers J. L. Collins I. F. Sal ' nders G. C. Gro. s ]. ]. Shclkci ' m business StaH, I he ' iro;inia Tech McMded by an r found itsrif till- depressior nbcr uf years, rcascd .id ' viTtisi editions. able, capable business minajjer, tbe Virginia Tech this ble to carry on the most ambitious program since be- The circulation, which had been decreasing for a «as brought back up. This, coupled with the vastly g, made it possible to publish a large number of six- page The business staff of the publication offers practical experience to stu- dents in the business side of journalism. The experience enables the members to establish confidence in themselves and develop a desirable per- sonality, two indispensable qualities to the business man. In addition, the business contacts which are establislied by work on the staff often prove invaluable to the student in liis graduate years. CUrks J. E. Pettrey J. D. Powell I. HOPPENSTEIN I. I.. Borden . M. H. Williams K. N. MlKF.LF.V S. 15. Fm rs V. MncHF.i.i. car Ron: lloppenslein, C ' .ood, Starling, and M.itthews .SV.-o«, Rou: Hale, I ' oweJl, Moseley, and Williams rini Rok: Wolll, Jackson, Seav, Hircli, and lilick Luis Coktez Editor Miss Maria Depena Gu.iyavilla, Puerto Rico Sponsor The Virginia Tech Engineer Seven years ago n group of engineering students realized the need our Institution had for a publication teclinlcal In nature and character, but yet suitable for the average student to read and understand. It was trying to fulfill this apparent and undoubtedly real necessity that the first issue of The Virginia Tech Engineer appeared on our campus. Since then, The Engineer has experienced considerable changes, both in contents and make-up, as the editors prulited by the mistakes their pre- decessors had made. A balanced combination of articles more or less technical and different features has been characteristic of this publication for the last two years. This has been found to be highly desirable by members of the faculty and student body. Editorial Staff L. CoRTEZ, ' 34 Editor-in-Chief W. J. White, ' 34 Associate Editor C. p. Cabell, ' 34 Fe.,lurei Editor I ■ ' 9 - - Second Ro:e: Lee, Laiinae, . uJci=uu, CuIvmII First Row: Jones, Saunders, Cortez, Cabell, and Drewry J. H. Sai ' nders, ' 34 l " . W. Drewrv, ' 35 L. L. Lann.ae, ' 35 L. R. Lee, ' 36 f. R. C.ardwell, ' 36 S. I.. Jones, ' 37 G. E. Anderson, 37 I Mamigi- Ati.iiit.i, Sfo Hum 11 CSS Stati fir.: hurt f Miimiger H. L. Kyle, ' 34 Aisocidte Business Aliiviigfr M. D. LocKwooD, ' 34 Circulalioti Mut2iigtr C- V. Baber, ' 35 Aiivcrtiiitig ManagtT 11. C Brovi Es, ' 35 1 ' . R. LiNDSEV, ' 36 S. ]]. West, ' 36 1 ' . Terreita, ' 36 The X ' iririiiia Tccli l ' " ,no;iiiccr Some of the mam- problems of a Business Staff arc the soliciting of subscriptions and advertising, together with the collection of money for the publication. In addition, it must take charge of the distribution of copies as they come from the press. The work of soliciting advertising requires that many letters be sent out every month to out-of-town firms. Much advertising from nationally known companies is obtained In this manner. Those staff members who solicit advertising In town learn quite a bit about salesmanship, if they succeed in standing the strain. Through the perfect co-operation on both Business and Editorial Stalls, Th.- Virriiti.: T,-,ii Knghi,;-r has completed a very successful year. " " First Rote: Ourch, Kyle, Broylcs ' •■ -■ . S |. H. V] Editor Fredericksburg, Va. Spomor l ' .ditorial Staff Editorial Staff, The V. P. 1. Skipper liack in the torgutten days of prosperity and 1927 certain ambitious gentlemen with great labor brought forth the first issue of the I ' . P. I. Skipper — the fruit of a carefully studied plan. In the session of ' 27- ' 28 the Skipper thrice came forth, and has had a varying number of issues per succeeding years. But there was early established a standard of excellence by which the pilots of the Skipper have tried to lay their courses. The present staff has tried to profit by the experiences of those who have navigated before us — who have in their work chartered the seas, the shoals, and the shallows. Boldly we have set sail in our quest for some- thing new under the sun, for " original fiction " and adventure. Whether or no our treasure hunt lias been fruitless, we have done our best. •- a •IVmlla, l.auiiae, Wills, Cdu ' ll, and Mclihoy ' Slfe Associnle Editor C. p. Cabell M.i ' .uigiilg Editor R. R. Denison Editorial Assislanis L. L. L. NN. E P.M ' L Terreiia .■ RT ST.ME Art Ed, tor J. D. Elder J. A. Heisslf.r R. C. Moore Mik T. J. Vaughan Buuueis M., i.ig,- Business Staff Mi s Marv Am Smith PL-mhrukf, V;i. Sponsor Aitislant Bu Alanagcrs G. S. Buck I. W. Edmondson M. M. Mann W. S. NdirlNGHAM AJv.rli ' h.g M.,m,g.r A. N. BODINE Circulaliou M,tn,ig.r J. B. Cl.ARK ColU-aioU! Mantigrr H. E. Mackev Business Stafi ' , The ' . V. I. Skipper llnnornblf mention slii.ulJ be jilvcn tlu- business ni:inagei- ..f tbc Skipper n view of the tireless :iiid nlniost thankless efforts required to produce six issues of the humorous publication and still keep its budget b.ilrmced. From the first day until the last day of the session, he must continuously labor to the end of keeping the magazine ' s advertising and subscription list up high enough, and its printing costs low enough. Yet somehow he usually conies through and manages to keep himself exposed to an education. The business staff thus releases six issues each year. These are con- tributions to what might be spoken of as the spice of life at V. P. I. Considerable credit should be given the staff for its unawardcd efforts in publishing tlie Skipper. Sales Manager ]. H. HOI.AN Hn iness Assistants Yi. Cohen J. H. Gerinc; J. C. Kf.v J. E. Peterson B. W. Sadiik I.. II. Rii ' i.iv J. J ' . ' loKARZ Ogice A»y W. K. H(h;f, V .e.nn.i lion: •l..U;ii7, I ' l fitsi Roto: liiick, Ilol.i colt, i ' vler-.n, and K.lni.Muisni V.iughaii, llodlne. an.! Ripley Y. M. C. A. Handbook The Y. M. C. A. Handbook, familiarly known as the " Rat Bible, " is issued annually by the Y. M. C. A. to the incoming freshman class. It contains information of much use to the new " Rats " and to the upper classmen as well. Some of the branches of student life covered by the handbook are: hints to freshmen, advice from the president and dean, explanation of the honor system, definition of the Y. M. C. A. and its purposes, words to Tech songs and cheers, together with the football schedule, records of V. P. I. teams during the preceeding year and a complete directory of V. P. I. student activities, including military and general offices and the men holding them. The 1934 edition of the Handbook was gotten out under unusual pressure, since the editor had left school and lost all the copy in the process. The new editor, Charles Burr, stepped into the breach and turned out a highly pleasing book, and, as a result of his efforts, was appointed editor of the 1935 Handbook. STAFF A. C. Gray Assochj t Editor T. J. Vaucjhan .■„.,«,■._ Ma,u,g,r T. H. Prescott ssiuaiil Biiiinrss Mjiiage J. B. Clark A.lv.-rtishig Mai:.igL-r J. H. HOLAN Assisfant AJt ' er ishig Manager S,i„,id Ii,m: Ripley, Peterson, llul Kin i,J!v: Prescott, Vaughan, Bu and Dow and C.rey « Miss Ei-izabktii Williams Norfolk, Va. Sponsor Stuck ' nt PuMitatioiis Hoaul M. I). LOCKWOOD TAe Virginia T.-Jf J. 11. W 11,1. T ,e r. P. I. Skipp,-r C. P. Cabell Ex-Ogido, Fi D.I 1.1 Epsil,,,: G. H. Blick The 1934 BngU G. L. Seav riir Virghiia T,: , r Cll.T ' MKMHERS K. H. McNeil G. T. Hairi) K. R. Pkkk V Stiulciit Pul- lirati()ns Board Tlu- StuJciU l ul lK.iti„iis lU...rd is the g.ncrnliii! body uf all the Tcch publicaliiins. It is composed of three faculty members, a member from the staff of each of the four major publications, and the president of Pi Delta Epsilon. Durinjr the year the board increased steadily in power. This was due ch iefly to the activities of Pi Delta Epsilon. When the year ended, the board had the right to appoint and dismiss the heads of all publications, to inspect the publications accounts carefully at regular intervals, and to inspect and pass on all contracts pertaining to publications before these contracts were signed. The board is responsible for tlie carrying out of the new Vaughan- (Mtodwin Insurance plan, under which all publications are protected against financial loss. .Although the members of the board do not underwrite publications individually, the board has the duty of seeing that the fund t.. .io.l.T«rit,- PMhlir:,li. ' „i is collected and usci ' properly. I.ockwo..d, Cabell, and Se 1 HONORARY () R (. A X I ' A 1 ' I () X S Dr. )ulian A. Hurniss, Prcsidciu, " . V. 1. Dr. Julian A. Burruss, president of V. P. I. since 1919, was grad- uated from this institution in 1894 witli honors. His degree was that of B.S. in Civil Engineering. While here he was very prominent in student activities, being president of the Richmond Club, the Maury Literary Society and the Y. M. C. A., Editor of " The Gray J.icltet " and also of " The Bugle " and captain of " E " Battery. His graduate work included studies at Richmond College and Columbia Cniversity (where he received his .A.M.), and summer courses at Harvard, Cornell and the University of Chicago. In 1898 Dr. Burruss was elected President of the State Normal and Industrial School at Harrisonburg, Virginia. From 1899 to 1900 he was commandant of cadets and instructor of mathematics and science at ReinhardI Normal College of Georgia. He had a similar position from 1900 to 1901 at Speers Langford Militar) ' Institute of Arksansas. Dur- ing the years 1901-190+ he was principal of the Leigh Public School of Richmond. From 190+ until 1908 he was director of Manual Arts, city of Richmond Schools. I)r Burruss introduced this branch of training in the Richmond schools himself. From 1908 until 1919 he was president of Harrisonburg Normal School, and in 1919 he came here. His achievements in his stay here arc so well known that there is no necessity of recounting them. Dr. Burruss is a frecjuent contributor to educational journals. He is a member of the National Education Association, the Southern Educa- tion Association, and the Southern Education Council. He took an active part in the organirallon of the National Society for Promotion of Industrial Education. He Is ex-president of the Virginia Slate Teachers ' Association and of the Virginia Association of Schools and Colleges for Girls. PBI? R.6 Fl iH EP, T.J. HOftNE y O.0W7ZAP.D M T ES CAtSt ■■ MIti tll2ABtTK tANt v- VAAir fc. [.MPENHINGION ti.MSlfRRIN RM.PMILLIPPE W.6.« IN6FIEID Alpha Zeta Fraternity The fraternit) of Alpha Zfta is an hdnnrary agricultural fi ' atcriiity of nation- wide importance. There is a chapter in all of the state agricultural colleges in forty- two of the forty-eight states in the union. The Virginia chapter at V. P. I. has l.een in existence for onl tuo ears, but has made great progress in that slioi ' t time and is now well known on the campus. The student memhei ' S of .Alpha eta ai ' e selected from amoiiL; under-Liraduate and graduate agricidtui-al students of high scholastic standing, on the basis of chai-acter, leadership, and personality. The object of the fraternity is to promote the profession of agriculture, to establish, foster and develop high standards of scholarship, char.ictei-, leadeiship antl a spirit of fellowship among all its members; to create and bold together .1 hod of technical men who, by scholarly attainnunt, have acbitxid distinction and -.tw capable of know- ing achievement in others. WHOEFfP,f« HS SHANNON L.O.UMMON Oniicron Delta Kappa ()micn ii DcltM Kappa is a college honorary activities fraternity tor men, touniled in 1914 at Washington anil Lee Universit). The purpose of the fraternity is to link all student activities together through the worth - and outstanding student leaders it recognizes by membership. It also inspires others to stri e for conspicuous attainments in student activities. The V. P. I. Circle, installed June 2, 19.53, came to fill a long felt need among the members of the student body and facult) . The most important activity which the fraternity sponsored during the session of 19.1,5- 1 9.54 was a petition for many improvements in barracks and regulations. It is hoped that the students will reap benefits derived from Omicron Deh.i K.ippa in the ne.ir future. Phi Kappa Phi Since 1921 there has existed on the V. P. I. campus a chapter of Phi Kappa Phi, the national honorar ' scholastic fraternity. The local group is composed of numerous professors and a number of students not exceeding ten per cent of the graduating class in each of the three divisions of the institution : the college, the school of engineering and the school of agriculture. The fraternity holds two annual elections, one in January and another in the spring. After the spring election the initiation takes place. The V. P. I. Chapter is the twenty-sixth of tlic f()rt_ -five chap- ters now in the nation. Me7)ib( M. I. Backer W. B. Bell W. W. Brock S. L. Butler E. W. Cake T. M. CoNPE W. J. Crabbs, Jr. W. H. JEFFRESS G. B. Lea M. D. LocKwoou S. W. LoviNu C. D. MoNTAcjUE, Jr. J. y . Morrison, [r. J. M. Pilcher Miss F. M. Price Miss H. M. Robeson F. Q. Saunders G. B. Shure L. D. Simmons B. T. Stone M. A. Tschantre D. L. ' EBs■rER, Jr. J. H. Wills, Jr. " G. y . Young m P IP Pi Delta I ' .psilon I ' i Dilt.i Kpsilcin was tstahlislud to hdiKir cuitstaiuliny ucirk in jnurnalism and tci tuitlur the interests of studnit pulilicatinns. Tlic car ' s record shows tliat the chapter has done exceedingly ucU in its duties; in fact, it was h far the most acti e honorary organi ation on the campus. Tlie cliaptcr ' s first move was to prepare an acti ities fee plan, collect material from the piih ' ications, the athletic association and the ' . M. C. A., and then present this niatirial to the corps and the Hoard of X ' isitors. I ' ollowing this, the fraternity embarked on a scheme to take the power of appoint- ing the heads of The Bii(;le from the junioi- class and give this right to the publi- cations board. .Although for fort ' e;irs the cl.iss had had the power, the move was successful. Then the group was successful in its nio e to h.i e the control of Thr ir ;ini(i I ' lih, the student weekly, transferred from the I.xecutive Committi ' e to the Publi- cations Ho.iril. The completion of this innov.ition caused the X ' aughan-Goodwin Insurance plan, a s stem of publication control and insurance on which Pi Delta had worked for four months, to go into effect automaticilK . Under this pl.in, it will Ik impossible for any pidilicition to lose monew I ' in.ill)-, as the year draws to a close and otliei ' groups are conc;rned onl with .ippointing new members, the waning senior hours find the fr.iternit activeh sup- porting the president in his plan to linn ' t tlu ' numlH-r of honors a m.in mav h.ive. Phi Lambda Upsilon ] hi Lamhthi UpsiKm is a natimial hdiiorary clumical S(iciit which uas fdUiuUd in 1S99. One- of tht- main aims of the S()cict is the installaticm of chapters in (lisiTV- iiig institutions, with the ohjeet of pi-omotinii and protcctiiiLC hiyh scholarship and orijrinal investigation in all hranches of pure and apph ' ed ehemistr . The Alpha ' I ' heta Chapter of I ' hi Lambda Upsilon is now L ' oinii into its second ) ' eai- at V . 1 I., the instaHation of this chapter having taken place in l ' ehruar , ]9 . The V. P. I. Chapter was the thirt -second ciiapter to he installed in colleges and universities throughout the United States. Membership in the Phi Lambda Upsilon is based on scholarship and pirsonalit . lb p Pli fl I ' HWDOD MIK lnniC M lAvlOK Ml BACKER fCJ AUhOEM KG EVAN KAT«HANTOL W. M SAMlil Tail Hcta Pi The Virginia licta ihapttr of Tan Hita Pi laiiif into luiiiy: in NHvinibiT of tliis session, when the local engineering frateinit , l}eta ' 1 " an Epsilon [letitioned the national organization for membership. Hefore the local chapter could appK for membership in the national one, it had to be in existence on the camjiiis for two ears. The fraternity, which is an lionorar one, is composed of those engineering students inchided in tile upper one-fourth oi the combined engineering class. In aild ition to tliis re(]uirement, the men mu t also ha e been active in other student activities on the campus. The puipose of the oig.uii ation is to promote .1 better feeling among the various branches of engineering, and to establish engineering as a true profession. Tau Heta Pi is the hirgest engineering fraternity in the world, and has members from all parts of the globe. Ifa ■■iki N C U R R 1 C U LA () R C; A I A I ' I () X S kciulall W cisigcr, Personnel OHiccr of the Southern Bell I ' ele- phone and Telegraph Company In October, 1896, when Kcnd.ill VWisiger " dcnacked " at the stoop in front of the old barracks, he was pretty sure that he was to become the logical successor to that great electrical wizard, Thomas A. Edison. After working his way through here for three years by shooting trouble at the institution ' s pioneer power plant and doing other electrical work, he fared forth to earn his living. Beginning his career by working for a while at a lathe, he finally secured a job with the Bell Telephone Company. In the thirty-four years he has been with the cinnpany he has changed his work fri»m handling wires and cables to that of handling men and women in his capacity as Assistant to the President and Personnel OfHcer of the Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Cttmpany. His military training at V. P. 1. gave him a helpful background in his work with the classification, by occupation and intelligence, of the men who came from the draft into the great army that represented the United States in the World War. In recognition of his services as a civilian in this important work, he was commissioned in the Oflicers ' Reserve Corps, in which he now bears the rank of Lieutenant Coliuiel in the Adj itant (leneral ' s department. Mr. Weisiger ' s avocations include social work, hospital trusteeship, the trusteeship .f several colleges, a Rotary Club educational lounda- ti .n anil a number of similar enterprises he serves with lor the better- ment of niankiiul. OFFICERS G. A. Wood Prcsidetit B. C. Bass - - Vke-Preii,1enl, Agrhiilt.-irn! E,liica!ion DcparlmenI R. B. Fisher , . Vice-President, Dairy Husbandry DepartmenI W. H. LvNE . . Vicc-Presidenl, Animal Husbandry DepartmenI D. W. Lanford . Vice-President, Agri. Economy Department T. R. Walker Secretary H. E. Alphin Treasurer £. w. Cake Student Critic P. Swaffer . Advisor W. L. Gibson Advisor R. W. Watkins Advisor G. A. Wood President Agricultural Club The Agricultmal Club has just passed through one of the most active years of its history. Two functions of paramount importance were the sponsoring of the Dairy Show and the " Little International " in which a large number of students competed. Occasionally the club gave entertain- ment in the form of a Hallowe ' en Party, Bar-Ba-Que, and a private dance to further the fellowship among the students In agriculture. This club acts as a nucleus to unite the students enrolled in all agri- cultural curriculums. It has for its mission the organization and training of students who hope to take their respective places in some phase of agriculture. Meetings are held every Thursday night, at which time the students present talks pertaining to some recent discovery or advancement in the agricultural industry. Seventh Row: lurner, Cauley, Adkins, Mackcy, Broyles, Timberlake, Myers, and Mollieisii. Sixth Rose: Blair, I ' hillipi, Hardy, Davis, Loopc, Mallory, and Guerant Fifth Rose: Starling, James, Shipley, White, I ' age, and Thompson Fourth Row: Skecn, Miller, Bright, Quillen, Updyck, Holberton, Cofer, and Miller Third Row: Sears, Bradshaw, Ellcr, Jessce, Green, Allen, Gibbs, Lewis, and Sticklcy Second Rose: Minch, Fray, Smitll, Wetsel, Lewis, EUer, Cake, and Douglas First Row: Gibson, Walker, Landford, Bass, Wood, Lyne, Cake, Fisher, and Alpin rs. W. p. Wood Rich mor d, Va. Spon sor MEMBERS C. C. Adkins A. V. Allen W L Blair C. W. Bradshaw M G Bright T. N. Brovles T- W. Cake V. B. Cauley R. S. Cofer H M Davis P. B. Douglas I. H. Eller H B. Eller I- B. Frav P. M. Guerrant S. W Gibbs T- D. Green I. A. Hardv R. W Holberton R. P. James . . T- Jessee M N . Lewis W W. Lewis K E. Loope H E. Mackev T. E. Mallory G K Miller W K Miller E. C. Minnich C. S. Mothershead I. R. Mvers C. H Page P. M Phillippee R W Quillen R D. Sears .1. W T. Shiplev Skeen W 1.. O . Smith Starling () E. Sticklev R L. Thompson 1 . W. Timberlake C. G. Turner A G. L ' pdyke W l Wetsel W 1. White ■Mib K. M. PKNMSr.TON-, J Preside tit DlFICERS E. M. PtNMS S, J. O. E. SriCKLKV R. L. WARlNfi, ?R. Prr.iJfnl Vue-Prt,idfnt C. I. M..TM.K.,.I W. H. S. Kahl W. O. Jl.Nl- 1 ' kOKKSS.IR H C. l.Knjn Secretary Reportrr » ' ii {i Dot AJvisor MEMBERS T. A. Allison B. C. Bass C. W. Bradshaw T. N. Brovlcs J. P. Buchanan J. S. Clingcnpecl J. H. Copcnl.avcr E. Cooke W. C. Downs C. H. Floyd H. J. Gecring J. A. Hardy, Jr. T. J. Home J. C. Huffman R. E. Jones M. M. Lewis S. W. Lcc L. F. Meador W. B. Munden P. J. Mvers H. B. Pack W. B. Porterfield H. D. Quessenbern B. W. Sadler J. M. Ske T. Skecn C. P. Todd G. L. Trent, M. G. Via The . 1 . I. Collegiate Chapter of ' I ' uture I ' anners ot Ainenea of Folii I. Collegiate Cliapt the fostering of a greater interest ir etings of the club are held s emi-monthly discussed that arise in the teaching field, prospective teachers of vocational agri Itur rs of America has vocational training. At the meetings. Since all the mem- great deal of The me problems hers are effort is made to familiarize everyone with the functions of such ganization. The located i for such thrift. It at V. P. local chapter on the campus acts as a nucleus for all chapters n high schools throughout the state, and prepares future leaders chapters. The object of the club, primarily is the promotion of adership, scholarship, as well as striving diligently to encourage il training and educational activities among the student members I. tuurlli Kii-.i:: bkeen, Itass, Reynolds, Kalil, Uuessenherry, and Hoyd Third Rote: Jones, Broylcs, Meador, Clingenpeel, Saddler, Lee, and Via Second Row: Bradshau, Allison, Geering, Trent, Myers, and Pack firs Row: Lewis, Saunders, Stickley, Pennington, Waring, Mothcrshcad, and Ilullnian The American Institute of Electrical Engineers The student chapter of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers nt V. P. I. was founded in 1917, when the Electrical Engineers Cluh, which had been on the campus almost since the turn of the century, was granted a charter in that organization, and therefore became a member of it. The club is recognized by the Electrical Department in that college credit is gi -cn for attendance and taking part in its weekly meetings. At the meetings, the members make short talks on subjects related to electrical engineering, and hear talks by guest speakers, who are usually men who have made a name for themselves in the industry. The club, as a body, makes field trips to inspect electrical development in nearby plac es and to gain a knowledge of present day practices in the field of electrical genera- tion and distributic.n. Fourth Row. Turner, Brown, Henry, and Epperley ThirJ Row: Wilhoit, Nelson, Shumate, Giles, Richardson, West, and Ada Second Rozc: Carter, Compton, Creasy, Clum, Gills, and Waldrop First Rozc: Young, liutler, I ' rof. Lee, I.ockwood, and Bell Miss Virginia D AWLEY Norfolk Va. St " " ' or OFFICERS M. D. -OCKWOOD President S. L. Butler Vice-President L . S Bell Secretary -Treasurer Professor Cl.audis Lee ' Jou tiselor MEMBERS H B. Adams J- W. Bates J- L. Bruce S. P. Carter H E Campbell J- V. Compton R. V. Creasy T. M Conte H C. Epperlev H A Francis ' G Gills J- P. Gills E. N. Henry C. L. Kerstein J- E. Kulm N C Moore R. A. Moore W . W. Nelson R C. Nowell F. ,1- Petzinger R li. Porter A F. Proffit E. N Richardson F. B. Shumate ' L. Spaley H E Turner E. C. Vandyke R Waldrop W . M Webber .1- . Welhart s. 1!. West F. N Wilder W . 1. Young A. I{. Stkphensov I ' rtsiJent ClIRISTI-XN- loanokc, Va Spo,,sv, A. H. STKiiirss. PrfsiJcnl I F. L. ClBBS Vice-PresiJetil W. B. C.Rl ZARI. Stcretary-Trrasitri-r MEMBERS R. C " .. Broaddus R. E. Brown W. M. Bruce J. L. Calhoun W. E. Dickers.. n L. A. F..lt; F. L. Glbbs W. B. C.rizzard V. B. L. Hutclus, M. Marshall E. R. Minnich W. D. Shclton J. E. Smith A. H. Stephenson H. E. Waldrop American Scicictx ' ot Aericultiiral l ' ,n pincers The student branch of the American Society of Agricultural Engineers on the campus was organized in 1922. It is a curriculum club for the men majoring in Agricultural Engineering. The object of the club is to promote directly and indirectly the interest of these students in the work being done in their profession. Club meetings are held every Thursd.iy night, at which time current topics in the field of agriculture as related to engineering are brought up and discussed before the group. The members of the faculty as well as the students take part in these discussions. College credit is given to nvT ! --- ■-. ' f ' M- three upper c!:. : .. f.-r rictive niembersliip In the society. Fourlh Ron- Prof Potter, Smith, and Prof. Hillman T iini Rat,: Vx.lr, Bruce, Calhoun, Shclton, and Marshall SfcoaJ Ro«: liutcheson, Dickersun, Waldrop, and Broaddus Firs Rou; Broun, C.rirxard, Stephenson, Ciibbs, and Minnich Miss Jacquelvn Johnston Harrisonburg, Va. Spo„sor The American Society of Civil Engineers OFFICERS W. T. Rice President The student chapter of the American Society of Civil Engineers is an organization for the purpose of bringing the students enrolled in the cur- riculum into a closer contact with the practice of their profession. It helps to acquaint them with the benefits that they, as graduates, will derive from a membership in their professional society. To accomplish this mission meetings are held twice a month, where discussions are lead by practicing engineers, faculty members, or by students who have had engineering experience. The Virginia State Chapter of the .American Society of Civil Engineers rewards interest and scholarship by granting a junior membership in the society for one year, which is paid up and presented to the graduating senior having the best scholastic record for his four years at college. Each spring the society holds a picnic at Willow Springs Lake, as a farewell party for the seniors. y.nirth R«::: I ' liillips, Slnmi.ilc, l.e«iN C.itlniK, .Mul I ' lllrn T iird Rote: Key, Wood, Walker, Deaner, Coupe, Turner, and Ruz .a Sccoud Row: McCauhey, Simpson, Richardson, Prof, llegg, Deal, and C.oodwin First Row: Walker, Neale, liroyles, Rice, Vandeibrook, Kyle, and I ' rite R. J. V.ANDERBROOK Vice-President H. C. I!ro Seere itry-Tn MEMBERS W. S. Coupe A. V. Deal A. S. Deaner L. L. Fittro L. T. Catling C. S. Coodwin j. C. Key II. L. Kyle 1. H. Lewis R. H. Neale . Phillips, Ir. I. C. Price F. H. Richards. II. G. Ruzza .1. R. Simpson S. Shumate W. L. ■Fiirner j. I). Wood V. S. W.ilker J. K. W.ilker lAt ' ii.rv mi:mi!i:rs R. I!. II. l!.-,: p. II. Ma;,, OFUfERS VV. A. Cox, Jr. Presiiien R. O. -VAXy., J«. Vice-Prtriiitent A. N. BoDlNE Secreitlry-Trt-ttsure PKC.KK550R N. W. C. Iloiwrary Ch.iin,:., MEMBERS J. H. Aburn.ntli! C. C. AlK.lt M. I. Backer W. M. Barnes W. S. C. Britt.i W. F. Cooke Luis Corlcz L. V. Curran J. B. Cunninplw D. J. Levy A. A. Maicr E. E. McKessi.r G. B. Palmer W. F. Poore C. S. Revcll F. Q. Saunders R. K. Slaughter E. A. Smith L. L. SnedJen W. D. Svdnor W. T. Tyler J. E. Wilkinson riic American SocictN ol Mcc lianical I ' .iiLiinccrs The V. P. . Student Chapter of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers «as founded in 1915. The Mechanical Engineers Club, which had existed on the campus since 1903 was the nucleus around which the new organization was formed. The purpose of the A. S. M. E. is to bring the mechanical engineer- ing student into closer contact with developments in the field in which he is specializing. At the meetings of the club the members make fivc- minutc talks un new developments and trends in mechanical engineering, and kindred sciences. It is the custom of the society to make inspection tours annually to nearby industrial plants to see the principles that they lake up in the classroom put into actual practice in industry. V. , 4 Immmmf ;».. .» A ' ,.u. .Sl.Mi»:l.lel, .S..,oiOcl., Co„lvc, l ' u ,ic o t.u.l. n T iir,l Ron-: Abernathy, Sydnor, Wilkinson, Smith, Levy, Snedden, and Haines .SV,o«, Ki,u : Britt.ui, P.ilnu-r, Tyler, Cortcz, B.irne», and Mair Fir, Rou: Ahalt, Cunningham, llodinc, Cox, McKesson, Backer, and R.nell W. E. Richardson, Jr. I re si dent The Architectural Club W. E. Richardson, Jr PresiJent F. C. Hudson-, Jr. Vice-PreiiJenI The Architectural Club was formed in 1932 from the student branch of the Association of General Contractors of America. For the remainder of the school year it operated as a seminar club whose purpose was to establish better relationship among students and faculty members of the department. The club was very successful in carrying out its objectives despite its small enrollment. There has been a decided increase in the stimulation of members, which partly attributes to its success as a cur- riculum club on the campus. All of the objectives which were drawn up at the beginning of the year have been carried out in detail. In order that the club may prove equally as active a new program of work is being drawn up for next year. jg-i J«t4- " " ■„„ A ' ...i . M....ie, .Suilll kI VV.ilkii Third Row: Munden, Arcl ' .er, Kennedy, Jacobus, and Shannon .SVcrow, Roa: Tavlor, Cargill, McElroy, and liacknan Firsl R m-: Prof. Cowgi ' ll, Hudson, Rlchardscn, Nesbeth, and Wells F. C. Nisbeth Secre rx-Trt-tjsurt-r N. R. Archer R. M. Rackman J. N. Cargill R. W. Jacobus P. A. Kennedy C. R. McElr,.y K. R. Moore H. E. Munden H. S. Shannon j. D. Smith k. F. Taylor J. H. Walker W. C. Wells • k D. T. Martin President Ml- Ik vcis !)►« Lumber Kridjrc, . C. Sto,nor D. T. Martin President G. W. Wildes Vice-President R. F. ErPKKsoN Secretarx-Treasure Chairman Program Committee L. Bass W. H. Bowcn R. L. Brooks, Jr. J. P. Drain J. W. Edmunson R. C. Ethcridgc G. W. Harding S. Y. Harding M. W. Johnson J. E. Peterson, Jr. C. A. Reid C. P. F. Sheffield J. M. Scott S. E. Southerland J. L. Yorke The Business C.luh The Business Club, »liitli is uiic ot tlic youngest scholastic clubs on the campus, was founded February 11, 1932. It was begun to bring to- gether a congenial group of students enrolled In Business Administration. Since installation the club has progressed rapidly, and has increased its membership two-fold. .Although the activities of the society arc limited, the members nevertheless derive many advantages from the meetings which are held regularly once a week throughout the quarter. Outside speakers are presented to the club to speak on various topics of the day, after wbirh an open-forum discussion .isually follows. e Third Rou: Drain, llass, Peterson, Harding, Sheflield, and Reid Seeond Rare: Harding, Elheridge, Ho«en, York, Edmunson, and Johns. First Rote: Blick, Scolt, Wildes, Martin, S,.ulherland, and Brooks M. A. TsCHASTRF. Pr,-i.:jc ' „l ChncnJon, V.i. Sponsor The Chemical Club The Chem;c:il Club is a ci either chemistry or chemical which time one or more seni perform an experiment on s plaining the experiment and chemistry iculiim club for those students majoring in gineering. Meetings are held weekly, at i talk on chemical topics and two juniors le development in the chemical field, ex- nswering questions about it. All seniors ical engineering are required to attend the meetings of the club, and in. turn, get college credit for attendance. The purpose behind the Chemical Club is to foster and build up an interest in chemistry other than that which is acquired in the classroom. It brings probelms in the chemical field before the students and attempts to explain them, thus bringing the student into contact with the chemical industry, a contact that, perhaps, he may miss in classroom discussion. I-,,,,,,,, R,„,. i),. . .1„K-,|,.,„, 1;,. II I, I ' L.I. l.iK.U., Ul. V.,l:,nn, IJI. .-,J,UO, .111.1 I ' ' J ' iird Jiow: Sweeney, Crozicr, Cownc, Cabcl, Doering, and Carter Si-coiiil Row: Coleman, Pais, Strohel, Smoak, Sternberg, and Chiles Firs Row: M.iynaril, HurUr, Tokarz, Tschantre, Tate, Pippin, and Moore M. A. TsCH.ANTRE PreshUiit J. P. TOK.ARZ Vhe-Presidenl C. D. T. TE S,- -r,- ,,ry-Tr,c!ur , H. E. Burke C. P. Cabell R. P. Carter W. D. Childes, Jr. J. C. Coleman W. A. Cowne R. W. Crozier F. F. Doering, Jr. J. B. Mavnard, Jr J. D. Moore E. A. Pais H. L. Pippin R. W. Sternberg J. J. Strobel D. R. Smoak V. W. Sweenev, 1 W. H. Birch PresU tnt J. W. BoSWELL Chairman Program Committee J. R. Murray Sicrelary Prcifkssor p. T. Norton Faculty A,hhor A. W. Bai.dock W. H. Birch J. J. Block J. N. BoswKi.1. J. S. Calhoun J. S. Ferguson W. D. Garvin J. H. Holan F. L. Kilmartin VV. F. Marcuson J. R. Murray B. E. Prilchard F. K. Shirk II. D. Temple M. Wolff Socict ' of Imiustrial I ' -iminccrs The Society of Industrial Engineers is the youngest engineering club on the campus. Likewise, Industrial Engineering is the yiiungest of the engineering sciences, and many of its problems are yet unsolved. The club strives to familiarize its members uith the different aspects of these problems, and tries to keep in touch with the current activities of the in- dustrial engineer. The weekly discussion meetings have been concerned with labor and personnel relations, and the ways in which the different industries are managed. Occasionally the talk grows technical and problems of a me- chanical nature are discussed. Professor Norton, a veteran of industry, keeps the trend of thought in the right channels and shows the weakness in any impractical and not well thought idea that is advanced. ThitJ Row: Baldock, Pritchard, Martufon, Temple, Block, and Prof. Noilon S.iomI Rota: C ' .arvin, Ferguson, Wolff, Calhoun, and Shirk h ' irit Row; Kilmartin, Buswcll, Birch, Murr.iy, and llnlan M. D. LocKwooD PrcsuUul Miss Stella Deans Roanoke, Va. M. D. LocKWooD President Students ' Engineering Ccnincil The Student ' s Engineering Council is composed of one senior and one junior member of each student engineering organization, the editor and business manager of The Virginia Tech Engineer and the dean of engineer- ing. The primary purpose of the council is to co-ordinate and discuss the activities of the various local engineering organizations. Methods of creating interest among the engineering students and improved methods of instruction from the students viewpoint are thoroughly discussed. From time to time the council has sponsored speal crs who have come to V. P. I. and given interesting talks to the engineering students. During the session of 1933-34, the council had Mr. Charles Spenser on the campus, who gave a very inspiring talk. The co-ordination of the curriculum clubs h.is been found to be very successful in the activities in v hich all of the engineering students have participated. W. T. Rice Viie-PresiJenI J. I ' . ToKARZ Secretary L. S. Bell VV. H. Birch W. . . Bodine H. C. Broyles W. .A. Cox L. Cortez C. E. Crubb, Jr. W. Harvey H. L. Kyle F. C. Nlsbeth W. E. Richard.on, Jr. M. .A. Tschantre ■II T Ift R. J- VANI tRBH.. PresiJenI OFFICERS • J- VanderbrooK President V P KtSTER Vice-President L. S. Reynolds Sec retary H E Burke Treasurer MEMBERS M .1 Bogse L. S. Boschain L. Cortcz T. E. Crowky M C unningham F. N Fidate R. P. Fulton P. I- Gallagher F. VV Glass A A Hudncll D T Martin E. B. O ' Conncr H L Pippin L. D Simmons J- P. Tokarz Mk . J. H. Vandfrbrouk Newark, N-J. Sponsor Newman Cilub The Newman Club was founded by Cardinal Newman of England. The club is composed of Catholic college students and is represented in almost every college in this country and Europe. This club has as its object the fostering of spiritual, intellectual, and social interest of Catholic students in colleges and welds them together in a common union. It strives to make a diligent effort to assist the Institution whenever possible and to aid in the work of the church. Last year this club became affiliated with the Federa- tion of College Catholic Clubs and has since carried on the work of the federation. Together with this work the club has helped make it possible to maintain the Catholic Church and to enable its members to attend church. The object of the Newman Club has been fulfilled since it has conducted scr lces, held smokers, and called regular meetings. - jA ' t =r ' iA-j t TAird Row: Hudnell, Tokar , Crowley, Simmons, Pippin, Cunningham, and Cortct Second Rofv: Fulton, O ' Conner, Jones, Gallagher, Glass, and Fidate Fini Row: Bogse, Martin, Burke, Vanderbrook, Reynolds, Kuster, and Boschain Mi5s Sara Mendell Rnltimore, Md. Sponsor M. CoMESS Director Southern Colonels J. L. Frieden Manager Soft lights in the gym, beautiful girls and handsome cadets, upstanding In their uniforms, sweet music played in perfect rhythm — who but the Southern Colonels could be playing for an occasion such as this? At hops, dances, even the Thanksgivi ng banquet, our entrancing melodies while away the hours. Each Christmas the orchestra makes a tour of the state, playing for the holiday dances of the sectional clubs. This year the Southwest Vir- ginia, the Seminole, the Roanoke, the Lynchburg, the Shenandoah Valley and the Piedmont Clubs danced away the night to our music. Occasionally, programs are put on the air from the broadcasting room in the gym. And when the golden voice of Henry Downing, the " non plus ultra " in the field of crooners, goes over the ether, folks, can you help listening? Spille Burton, Johnson, Graham, Come UaJer H. H. Downing Piano G. H. Burton Trumpets M. Coniess 0. S. McK.night Trombone A. L. Hartman Reeds N. .A. Fine II. E. Graham 1. K. Gilhooley Cmtar T. B. Spiller Dtums 1. 1). Wecdc M U U.CKUUUI Director DFFICF.RS M. D. LoCKWOOD Director W n. Webkr Ma lagcr MEMBERS Piano H E. Burke Tru •nfet C. C. McVay Tro ,,1,0 „e W B. Wcher R ■els I. P. Gills H A. Johnson C. R. Ni-hcr C. J- West Guitar atitl Banjo M D. D Lockuood W . n. Robinson Mis RmA CRoMf Blackshurg, V,l. Leader VV. T. Ri.. The Icchadcts During tllc p.ist sii years, V. I ' . I. hns had two dance orchestras. During the first four years, one of these orchestras went under the name of the " Tech Buccaneers. " Last year, some of the men pictured below were in an orchestra known as the " Virginia Techmcn. " In the spring of 19?3, several of the men in the " Virginia Techmen " met and formed the " Techadcts, " a dance orchestra which has gained con- siderable success playing nt the hops during the session. The men in the orchestra arc organized in a club which carries some fraternalistic spirit. The orchestra frcijucntly holds smokers to discuss ni.ntters in general con- cerning music. The " Tcchadets " have always aimed to furnish a variety of music popu- lar to the younger set. Its music has, on the main, been slow, which has proven to be extremely popular with the majority of the corps. This orchestra holds the distinction of being the only all-cadet dance orchestra on the V. P. I. campus. It has striven during the entire session to offer every co-operation possible to the Corps of Cadets and it is hoped that the members will continue to do so in the years to come. Johnson, Gills, Webber, and Robii G. R. Shvre Presuicut The Lord Reading Club The Lord Re.idin Club i Je ish students. This is the : peared on the campus. It has ing between various denominat quent religious services which ; consists of studying of current I purely dennminational organization of t year that such an organization lias ap- its mission the promotion of understand- is and the Jewish students. Besides fre- conducted by the members, the program •nts, Jewish literature and culture, along with student problem of Richmond, Virgin During the year speakers ward to ; In conjunction with the Beth Ahaba Foundatio our organization has started collecting a librar have been very fortunate by having some very note ous occasions. The members of the club are looking fu 1 more fruitful and active career next vcar. - -Adf ef fc S Nt Third Rote: Saunders, Frli-dcn, Wolfson, Nashmcn, Galloway, Carmcl, Block, and Malic ScciJiul Row. Hoppi-nsti ' in, Rolu-n, Kri-pc-r, Li-vy, Wolff, Ki-iati-in, and Saunders Firsi Rikl: Waldnien, Hass, Sliure, liacker, I ' erel, Coniess Mks. Lf » 1 HlRt N [.rfo Spo Ik, Va. OFFICERS t " R SlUHE Pre sLhu, L. Bass T ;-PrciiJe„l M. Putn. S,i n-Uiry M . I. B.ACKIR Tr, asur.r MEMBERS J. B. Bavdusii M . c irnicl M C iincss li. Ci len J- L. Fricdcn N A Fine I. Ho ipensteln C. Kc rstcln A. E. Knohlcr S. Kr eger n ,1. Lew hv M NKyers, J I. R. -M.illen K ■ ■. Naslienr H. C. Saunders s. F. Saunders ,1. L. Schuarl;; w A VValdman w I. Wolfson M W olff C. U. MoNTAOlf, Ik. 1). T1I..MI-5.IN (,. A. W..oi i;. V. Ri ni, |i.. reiary c. IJ. M.,MAr.lK, J PrcsuUnl MKMHHRS .1 Y. H. Barker w H. Bir.li M 0. BiiHles •r N. Brnylus ( ' . G. Burr c. 1 ' . Cubell V. B. Cauley .1. B. Clark .1 M. t ' lelaml .1 C. CoLraau K. V. Cri-as.v H Kisclier K C. Fruit A. I.. Kry K W. Oarnell 1.. T. Galling .1 R. Gay J P. Gills A C. Gray 1) Haley L. Uarlman .1. 1,. Jeffrey .1 K. Kulm n W. Lanf.ird ( ' . W. Lewis ( ' C. Mast ( ' M. Meailiir V .1. Myers .T N. Oliver ( ' . H. Pace (• 0. Pnmp ' .in vv H. Payne .1. M. PiUher (• C. Pyne K V. yuillen V 11. Ri.hards.in R G. Robertson II (i. Ruzza B W. Sailler .1 C. Sanders D. Sanders It 1 ' . Saunders S, Shumate rr I,. Smith A P. Steele A H. Stenhensnn v . B. Tyler .1. P. Tokarz A V. Watts .1 n. Wnnd S. B. West .Mi. Hmkn R...I niacksburg, V Sponsor The ' . M. C. A. Cabinet The V. M. C. .- . f.nblnet is .i body of students «li. .ire interested in carrying ..n the work of the V. M. C. A. through their time in c.dlege. The prininry purpose .tf the C:ihinet Is t.) assist In the religi. us and s.icial welfare .if the school and . f the county. Every Sunday during the Fall and Winter quarters members g.) out t. Is. lated communities to teach Sun- day School. The meetings of the . M. C. A. are held .mce a week. These meetings are alternately n supper for the members, and a vesper service, to which tlie student bo.ly of the sch.iol Is Invited. In carrying out the purpose . f relig- ious welfare, the Cabinet often sponsors speakers who come to the school • ) « liiiu: lyler, R.i za, liroyles, la.iley, Saunders .iiul ti.i.v Faurlli Riirc: Smith, Uright, Crcy, Landford, Howies, C.rey and Fry T iir.l Rou ' : Lewis, Tokarz, Pamplin, Jeffery, Gills, liirch and Myers S.coii.l Run: Martnian, C.deinan, Creascy, Pikher and C.arnett .• Richardson, Wo.id, Deering, M.intague, Miss Cutherall, Th.impson and Russell E. W. Allen, Vice-President The Cicneral Electric Company Ml-. E. W. Allen «ns b„rn on November S, ISSU. He «ns graduated from V. P. I. in 1900 with the degree of B.S. in electrical engineering and entered the employ of the General Electric Company on January 18, 1901, in the testing depart- ment at Schenectady, New York. In the fall of 1902, he was transferred to the lighting engineering department and remained there until September 30, 1911, at which time he was appointed engineer of the Central District with headquarters in Chicago. On September 1, 1913, he was made Assistant District manager in addition to his duties as District Engineer. He was commissioned major of the 341 Infantry on Decem- ber 31, 1917, and sailed for Europe with the advance party of the S6th Division in September, 1918. After the armistice, he was ordered to duty with the War Damage Board of the Peace Commission and was sent to Brussels as Chief Engineer of the party to appraise war damages in Belgium. Mr. Allen resumed his duties with the General Electric Company at Chicago in May, 1919. He was made manager of the engineering department and transferred to Schenectady in April, 1924, and elected vice- president in charge of Engineering on December 30, 1926. Mr. Allen is a Fellow of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers and a member of the Western Society of Engineers. He is unmarried. ATHLETICS BOOK FIVE E. W. Allen, ' ice- President The General Eleetric Company Mr. E. W. Allen « is b,„n on N„ L-nibcr X, 188(1. He «as giadu;.ted from V. P. I. in 1900 with the degree of B.S. in electric.ll engineering and entered the em ploy of the General Electric Company on J.muary 18, 1901, in the testing depart- ment at Schenectady, New York. In the fall of 1902, he was transferred to the lighting engineering department and remained there until September 30, 1911, at which time he was appointed engineer of the Central District with headquarters in Chicago. On September 1, 1913, he was made .Assistant District manager in addition to his duties as District Engineer. He was commissioned major of the 341 Infantry on Decem- ber 31, 1917, and sailed for Europe with the advance party of the 86th Division in September, 1918. After the armistice, he was ordered to duty with the War Damage Board of the Peace Commission and was sent to Brussels as Chief Engineer of the party to appraise war damages in Belgium. Mr. .Allen resumed his duties with the General Electric Companv at Chicago in May, 1919. He was made m anager of the engineering department and transferred to Schenectady in April, 192+, and elected vice- president in charge of Engineering on December 30, 1926. Mr. Allen is a Fellow of the .American Institute of Electrical Engineers and a member of the Western Society of Engineer. He is unmarried. k N I A 111 LI ' ri(; CO INC I! Dii. I I.. I J. B. JONKS |)K. C. M. NkUMAN I ' aciilt. Members 1)K. L. CrSHALGHN V. I,. I.VM I ' rni.l,-,,! W. li. I ' ..KUUIII yh,-I ' r.-,i.l,,,l Stiulent Mem hers TECH$ COACHING TRIUMVIRATE O o. Iff - - " MONK " YOUNGER " HEAD COACH PA I TMLL " TEX " Tl KPN • HEADCOACriTRACkf " PU " REP ' HEAP COACH FOOrSALL r 1 f- M " MAC " M«EVE? HEAPCOA M FRO WPOCrPAU-MJE ALL LITTLE TEX TIL40N ' HEAD COACH wijemiNi I I VA RS 1 1 " S PO R r s Henry R. Kcdil, llcad Coach of I ' oothall, W W 1. I Ih-iiry II. R.d.1 w.is b..rn ..t Sutherlin, Virgini:i, on J..mi.iry 22, Isy6. ilc ciucrcd ' . V. I. horn Cluster Springs Academy in Scpicm- ber, 191 5. In 1915 and 1916 he played fullback on the footSal! team. At the end of his sophomore year he ent.-red officers ' training camp at Kort Mycr, Virginia. He was transferred to Fortress Monroe, Virginia, and was commissioned second lieutenant in the Coast Artillery Corps. He was assigned to the 6Ist Artillery C A. C. at Fort Moultrie, S. C, and he served overseas with this unit from July, 1918, until March, 1919, being commissioned lirrt lieutenant while overseas. He relumed lo V. P. I. in September, I9I9, and was graduated with B.S. degree in agron ' my in 1921. During these last two college years he played fullback on the football team again. He was captain of the 192(1 t- ' am, but, unfortunately, a broken arm surta ' ncd in early practice prevented his pl.aying. He was also caj:tain of Company " B. " He was made coach of freshman athletics in 1922, and he served in this capacity until he was made arsity football ct»ach in September, 19. 2. He served as instructor in agronomy from September. 1921, to June, 1927. In 1927 he ias appointed alumni secretary and director of freshman athletics Mr. R-j-dd now holds the posit ons of secretary- treasurer of the C.eneral Alumni Association and head co.ich of football. Varsity Sports A resume of tile varsity sports of the ) ' ear 1933-34 holds little to gladden the hearts of the Techmen. In no sport were the men from Blacksburg outstanding, and the best marks on the black side of the ledger were the records of ' nldrop, wrestler, who won the Southern Conference crown in the 175-pound division, and Red Negri, pugilist, who copped the unlinn ' ted boxing title of the con- ference. The football team failed to hold up the reputation of the Gob- blers of 1933, and exhibited at the end of the season a record of 4 wins, 3 ties and 3 losses. TheoreticalU ' , the team tied for the cham- pionship of the Big Four, since the three ties were with V. M. I., Virginia and V. M. I., respectively. The basketball season was one of the worst in history. The courtme]! lost 15 games and succeeded in winning one. The triumph was scored at the first meeting of tlie team with V. M. I. and, as a result, the " Rats " lowered their sails. The varsity wrestlers won the first two of their five meets, and placed fourtli iii the conference meet, held here in Blacksburg. Injuries and withdrawals from the squad hampered the matmen greatl)-. By winning two out of five meets, the Tech boxers hung up the most successful season in years, if not in history. The work of Captain Rip Busscy and of Captain-elect Negri was outstanding. Since the Bucii-E goes to press before the spring sports are com- plete, we present the records of the 1933 track and baseball teams. I FOOTBALL Bill Porterfield Ami- Urqi-hart Captain M.iilagi-r " Pi ' ss " Reijd, " Monk " ' N ' oincier, " Tex " Tilson THE SQUAD Negri E i R. Stump Hoenstini Tackle . . Simmons Miirpln ' Guard Ochs Porterfiel d (C) Center . Copcn haver English Guard Lindsay Huffman r,nklr How ard Mclntirc F.ml Tliomas Morgan Outirtrr Holsclaw Mills Half Ottawav Casey Half Cunning li am Smith Fullhaek Roliinson OTHIR S WHO SAW ACTION A. Stiini] , Rivnolds Ends Ranlcin, Tyler Centers Spruill Fullback Hcamnn Halfback SEASON ' S RECORD I. 7 Roanoke College (1 University of Tennessee 27 1 + 1, University of Marvland William and Mar 7 (1 Universit of Richmond University of South Carolina 12 - Washington and Lee University 7 11 Universitv of Aiahama 27 6 University of Virginia 6 Virginia Militarv Institute ' DAL SIMMONS Resume In the early pre-game days of September, 1933, the sports writers of the south and the cast were predicting great and glorious things for the 1933 Gobblers. Biased by the ex- ceedingly successful season of 1932, the gen- tlemen of the press . . . were eloquent in their praises . . . snuthc-rn conference champs . . . state champs . . . and even the Rose Bowl was predicted by the most radical of the lot. The early training days before the first game did not portend the season to come. Captained by Bill Porterfield and coached b ' the Tecii alumni triinnvirate. Younger, Til- son, and Redd, the Gobblers were finding; themselves; thcv were tuned up . . . ready to go . . . The results in black and white do not pre- sent a picture that strikes well the e es of the Techmen. At the same time, the results do not show a true picture of what happened. Bad breaks were the order of tile seaMUi . . non-scoring touchdowns were frequent . . . injuries uere abund.mt . . . Porterfield saw little action. .At an r.ite, when the Techmen doft ' ed their war togs in the late afternoon of Novem- ber 3(1, the record sheet showed: Four Wins, Three Ties, Three Lost . . . P m. ' : hi 4 f - .A» -- Roanoke Stops .in End Run The Season ROANOKE COLLEGE It was an expectant crowd that waited for the fire baptism of the Orange Hurricane on the hot afternoon on September 23. Their opponents were the Roanoke College Ma- roons, the traditional " first game " team for the Techmcn. An inexperienced Gobbler line failed to keep up with a speedy backfield composed of Smith, Mills, Casey and Holsclaw, and most of the Tech gains were bunched in a few thrilling runs. A 90-yard gallop by Casey furnished the thrill of the day, but this sprint was called back. George Smith also reeled off a beautiful run which went for naught. Smith ' s line plunge, climaxing a series of gains in the second quarter, put the ball over to tally the only touchdown of the day. Mills kicked the extra point. Li the last period, Negri made a thrilling catch on the one-yard line, but his foot was outside as he caught the pigskin and the play was called back . . . Final score, ' . P. L, 7 — Roanoke College, ' I. UNIVERSri ' Ol ' lENNESSEE The next week-end, September 30, the Gobblers, accompanied b ' the senior class, jounuyed to Knoxville to meet the strongest team in the south — The Vols of Tennessee. A record crowd watched the Techmen fa. ' ! before the might blast of Bcattie Feathers and his henchmen. The scoring began three minutes after the starting whistle when the All-American Feathers galloped around his end for a score. Even though the score stood 27-0 at the hnal gun, this does not indic.ite that the Tech- D.1VC Thomas, Jim Copenhavcr, Tris Huflfm.in, .mil Charlie Morg.in men weren ' t in there ever - sixty minutes of the most gruelling football any team has had to play. Time after time, the crowd rose in tribute to the Techmen as they held their powerful opponents at ba ' . Casey was at his best. His running and kicking were superb. In the closing minutes of the game, Hank Spruill put the crowd in an uproar as he threatened the V )l goal post with a brilliant dash. Final score: V. P. I., — Univ. of Tenn., 27. UNIVERSITY OF M.ARYLAND At Norfolk, on October 7th, the corps wit- nessed the second win of the Gobblers as they blanked the University of Maryland eleven by the score of 14 to 0. For two quarters the game went scoreless. Curly Byrd ' s charges opened the third quarter with a passing attack, but it was the Charlie Morgan who squelched their efforts when he Maryland Stopped for no Gain intercepted the ball and took it 24 yards for a touchdown. Mills kicked the extra point. Casey, in this game, pla ' ed probably the best game in his career. He baffled his oppo- nents with his running and kicking and it was a genuine relief to the Old Liners when he was taken out in the fourth quarter. Mills and Holsclaw took up the offense where Casey left oflF, and the result was a touchdown by Holsclaw and another perfect conversion by Mills to end the scoring for the day. Final score: V. P. I., 14— Univ. of Mary- land, 0. ILLIAM AND MARY The Gobblers invaded the State Capital on October 14 and scalped the Indians to a tune of 3 to 7. Holsclaw and Case ' were the big guns of the afternoon as the victorious Techmen reeled off yard after ward on big srains through the line. Ray Mills, Robbie Robinson, Rob Stump, and Dune Holsclaw I i- y Casey C; .-IS Out " f tlu- SpiJtr ' s Wib Casey took tlu- opLiiing kick-ofF and le- turned it 52 ai ' ds to pave the wa) ' for the first score. The tally came a few plays later on an ofF-tackle dash by Holsclaw. Tech ' s onh ' completed pass led to the second touch- down, which was also made by Holsclaw in the scc intl c|uarter. A total of 14 passes were attempted by the Indians. Three of these led to the W . M. coimter. In the final mincites of the game Chalko tossed a trio of p:isses which placed the ball in Gobbler territory, luit a fouith pass was intercepted by Morgan to kill tlu- threat. Final score: V. P. I., 13 — William and Mary, 0. Hill Porterfield, who was injured in the W. .M. game the previous week-end, the Tcch- men succeeded in holding their own against the Spider forwards. Unfortunately for the Gobblers, the only score came after a penalty for slugging had been inflicted on the Spiders. The score was made by Casey on a slashing ofF-tackle dasJi. Mills came through with a perfect conversion to niake the score 7 to 0. Hoth teams fought on fairly even terms throughout the game but the Techmen were considered by the press of Richmond to be the underdogs. P ' eelings for a time were rife m Richmond. Final sere: Richmond, 0— V. P. I., 7. UNIVERSITY ' Ol RICH.MOND UNIVKRSIT ' OF SOUTH CAROLINA The Gobblers continued their successful in- vasion of the Capital Cit on October 21, by On October 28, the Gobblers played host ekeing out a 7 to (I victor over the strong to the University of South Carolina Game- Spider aggregation. Although the Tech line cocks. In a hard, clean fought battle, the was greatly handicapped bv the loss of Captain Southerners won, 12-0. Casey Boxea After Making II) Yards Against Ruanokc The Gobblers held the upper hand most of the first half, as they registered four first down to the Gamecocks one, and 47 to 29 yards for South Carolina. In the early min- utes of the second c|i.iarter, the South Caro- linians scored their first touch down when " ' once of South Carolina took the ball 76 yards on the kick-off to the Tech one-}ard stripe. Three line bucks put it over. In the fourth quarter, the Gamecocks were favored by a luck break, when two of the officials got in the wa - of the Tech tacklers and allowed the runner, ' ' once, to carry the ball deep into Tech territorw This resulted in the last touchdown. Final so. re: V. P. I., (I— Univ. of South Carolina, 12. VASHINGTON AND LEE lor the second straight ear the Gobbler-, ' Homecoming game was marred by the weather. Hampered by the wet slipper) ' field the Gobblers could do no better than a 7 to 7 tie with the Generals. The Gobbler tally came early in the game when Mills, Casey and Morgan, on brilliant dashes, took the ball down the field from the Tech 22-yard stripe to the Generals ' 15-yard marker. The score came on a pass from Mills to Negri, who made the catch deep iji the end zone surrounded by opposing backs. Mills again came through with a placement to convert the extra point. W. L. tied the score in the second period after Seaton returned one of Casey ' s punts to the Tech 15-yard marker. The Generals took the ball over from tiiei ' e with a series of line plunges. Mattox tied the score with a pretty placement. In the final minutes of the game, the Gob- blers lost their best chance to win the game when the oval slipped from the hands of Ray .Mills as he attempted to buck o er fi ' om the one- ard line. Final score: V. P. I., 7— ' . L., 7. Juimnj- Oths, Ike Cessna, Dan Tlu.ma, and I ' uny Howard l ' M l RS! ■ OF AI.AH AM A On AnnistkL l).i , the (JriinsdU ' I ' iiK- handed the Technun thiir worst defeat of the season before a large Homecoming crowd at Tuscaloosa. The score, 27-0, tells the tale of the Gobbler rout. Although the Techmen never let up their fight, they were luiahle to hold the f.ist-rinwing Tide in check for any length of time. Al Casey, playing his last game out of the state, gave the Tech supporters a sudden burst of enthusiasm when he todk the kickoff after the first score and streaked his wa up the sidelines for 48 yards before he was dnvvneil. The threat failed to ilevelop further, hou- evcr. The entire Gnbbler line, led h Copenhaver and Huffman, put up a hard fight. Several injuries weakened the Techmen, a nd the ab- sence of Bill P(irtei1ield and Duncan Holsclaw was keenly felt. For the Red Klcph.uits, Howell deserves mention as an .All-.American prospect for 19 L Final sore: ' . P. I., (I— .Alabama, 27. UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA The Gobblers ' bid for a clean state record was marred by a 6-6 tie with the Cavaliers at Charlottesville on November 18. Fumbles were fretjucnt for the Gobblers and the alert Cavaher defense recovered 3 of the 7 V. P. I. funihhs. The Rednien suddenU fciund themselves in an embarrassing position when Frybergcr, a Viiginia sub, pulled a pass out of the air near the end of the first half and scored. Fighting against an increasing surge of power, the Cavaliers then turned back every Gobbler at- tack until the speedy form of Jim Ottaway shut through their line for a touchdown m tile final plav of the game. The ' iij:iiiia team ielded 14 first downs i y w W - lli-lnic C.r.ith, ll;.nk Lhuisay, Hutk RoiioKIs, .inJ Buck Tylc Tech Stops Another V. M. I. Thrust to the Gobblers, but somehow the Tech team lacked that necessary punch when insitle tiie Cavalier 1 0-yard line, and it took an Ottaway to give them the necessary stimulus. Captain Bill Porterfield deserves great praise for his fine woi ' k in this game. AI Casey was knocked ciut h a hard tackle in the third quarter, but he went back into action again wjlen the final quarter began. F ' inal score: V. P. I., 6 — Virginia, 6. VIRGINIA MILITARY INSTITUTE The Gobblers invaded Roanoke on Novem- ber 30, to stage their thirty-first Thanksgiving Day battle with the Kaydets of Lexington. The traditional clash saw a vastly improved Squadron turn back every Gobbler attack and when the final gun was fired, a 0-0 tie, the third draw of the season for the Techmen was written down in the annals of sportdom. Sensational runs, thrilling passes, and des- perate tackles kept the stands in a continuous uproar from the opening whistle to the final gim. Tile unsung heroes of the fra ' were to be found in the Gobbler line. Minph -, English and Huffman played brilliantly both on the offense and defense. The shoes of the injured Porterfield were ably filled by big Jim Copen- haver, a tower in the line on defense. George Smith, captain-elect, was the most consistent ground gainer in the ' Eech attack. This game left the Techmen undefeated by a Virginia team, but their three ties with mem- bers of the Big Four put the Gobblers in a deadlock for the football supremac) in the state. Final score: V. P. I., 0— V. M. I., 0. George lieamon, Steve Stevens, Tnnl 1 1, itches,. n, ;in.i Seagoinj; Sill. I Sfcond Row: Coach Younger, Epperson, Br.ig.issa, Reynolds, Sicgrist, Russell, Garland, Manager Maupin Firsl Row: Lindsay, Mohlcr, Cessna, Thomas, Palmer, Unlsclaw, Stc cns, R. Stump, and A. Stump ' arsitv l askctball 19.U Bennv Palmer J. D. Matpin Captain Manager W. L. ' ' OUNGER Coac t THE LINE UP First Team ] ' osriioN Second Team Cessna Forwnn Mohler Thomas forwnrfl Russci Stump, R. M. Center Lindsay Palmer Guard Holsclaw Stevens Gunril THE I. 14 Stump, A. E. SEASON ' S RECORD L ' niveisit) of North Cainliiia 31 24 University of IVLar laml 29 25 Catholic University 37 19 George W ' ashington University 40 M Univcrsit) of Maryland 34 21 University of North Carolina 42 . 11 North Carolina State College University of Richmonil 45 34 14 2S Davidson College 32 ■) ■) X ' irginia Military Institute 19 IS . 1 Duke L niversity W ' ashington and Lee L niveisity 45 47 . (1 W ' ashington and Lee University 48 .1(1 North Carolina State College 46 26 X ' irginia Military Institute 43 Cl 20 Enior and ILnrv ColleL ' e 27 The Season Handicapped hy lack of height, ' lech ' s quintet went through one of the most disastrous haskethall seasons in the history of the school. Seven men received varsity monograms: h. W. Cessna, W. D. Holsclaw, E. I.. Mohler, Captain Benny Palmer, A. W . Stevens, R. M. Stump, and Dave Thomas. The regular line-up was Cessna and Thomas, forwards; Palmer and Stevens, guards; and Stump, center. The Techmen opened the season with two games at home. North Carolina won the initial tilt on January 11, 31-14, and Marylantl took the second, 29-24. On a road trip into the District of Columbia the following week-end, the Gobblers lost to Catholic University, 37-25, George Washington, 41-19, and Maryland, 32-30, on successive evenings. Coach Younger did not use his regular quintet in the second game of the trip in order to give them a rest for the more important Mary- land game. The latter tilt was a thriller with ' . P. I. leading dur- ing most of the first half and part of the second. The count had been knotted at 32 all in the last minute of the game but Chase, Old-Liner guard, dropped in the winning goal with but a few seconds left to play. The week-end of January 27, the Gobbler five invaded North Carolina only to meet disaster at the hands of University of North Carolina and North Carolina State, 42-21 and 45-30. Both games were played on fairly even terms during the first half. Cessna was high point man for V. P. I. and scored ten points in each tilt. Palmer and Stevens were outstanding at guard. The University of Richmond was the next to trounce V. P. I. The game was played Monday, January 31, and the Spiders won handily, 34-13. The following Wednesday evening, the Tech boys showed a decided reversal of form against Davidson but were still imable to break into the win colimin, losing 32-28. Cessna scored 12 points for V . P. I. On February 3rd the (iobblers auspiciously opened the final half of the season hy defeating ' . M. I. 22-19. Both teams played tlu-ir li(.--t L;niiK ' i | the ca nn a-- i the wont when traditional ri aN meet. ' . M. I. sueceeiled in yetting away to an IS-lH lead earlv in the second perioil after the score liaii Iteen tied at tlie half, hut, let! hv Captain Bcnnv I ' ahnei- and Dave Thomas, the (johhlers rallieil to score 12 points while holdini; . M . 1. to a single counter. U six of the Tcchmen who s-iw action in the game played hall and Palmer led the Tech scorers with three goals from the tkld. Scoring only two held goals during the entire game, the Tech qunitet lost its next engagement, with Duke, 45-15, Wednesday, I ' chruary 7th. The next e ening thi- (iohhlers iourncyed to Lex- ington anil ix ' ceived a ihnihhing at the hantls of ' ashington and Lee ' s (ienerals, 47-1. v t Lexington, Washington anil Lee had cinched the game in the first ten minutes hy running up an 18-. lead, hut at Hlackshurg the ' lY-chmen held the (ienerals to a 1 5-1 5 tic at the eml of the first period and then went into a 24-21 lead in the early part of the second half. The Lcxingtonians then went on a rampage to net 19 points while holding the (iohhlers scoreless. Captain-elect Dave Thomas found the hasket for the first time during the season ami was instnmiental in keeping the Gohhlers in running in the latter tilt. Li the return engagement with North Carolina State, Fehruary 1 3th, the Gohhlers took their second heating from the Wolfpack. The final score was 45-30. The Gohhlers netted 12 out of 14 free throws and Dave Thomas led the ' . P. L scorers with 8 points. In the next game, V. M. L had little diflicultv after the first ten minutes in revenging the previous deleat at the hands of ' . P. I. The Keydets led at the half, 22-1 1, and finished the game with a 43-26 margin. ' I ' he Techmen dropped their final encoimter of the season to Emory and Henry, 27-20, hut not until they had given the Wasps a stiff hattle. The game was close throughout the first half. Kmory led at the end of this period, 12-10. Stevens tied the score with a neat goal tidin near the free-throw line in the opening minutes of the last halt hut I ' .morv and Henry then forged ahead antl were not again in very serious tiangei- ol losing the lead. j. j. -J ' tJil ' " (JWI.N Presenting the patron of the school at large and the Skippers in particular: " Pop " Owens, genial steward. Since the fall of 1917, when " Pop " arrived at V. P. I., he has reigned supreme over the Tech mess hall. And, since 1917, few indeed are the students who have failed to gain weight under his care. Our roly-poly Irishman takes his own medicine, too, and, as a result of some years of this he spent most of this session on diet, trying to lose excess poundage. Spanish War veteran with everything from wounds to reminiscences, student ad isor, dietitian, amateur physician and high-strung director of the mess hall, " Pop " is truly a character who would delight the novelist ' s heart. II Cheer Leaders " Jimmy Taylor, Hill .Sydnor, Carl.iiul W,.od, Cecil iMjIler, and Hoh Kullon Second Rote: Manager 0 Conncr, Russell, Negri, Dillon, Tiitc, F;n;st!, Brandon, Manager Harding First Rou: Coach Esleeck, Blaiklock, Mitchell, Bussey, Spruill, Hall, and Coach Porterlield Wirsitv Roxing Team 1934 G. Bussey o. c. o ' Connor A N U V. D. Harding explain .1 , fitlgrr Dick Esleek Coach THE LINE UP First Team W ' ek.h i- Second Team Brandon 115 Mitchell 125 Hall l.?5 Blaiklock Eausc-1 1 4 5 Bussc ' V Busscv 15 5 Spruill Russell 165 Spruill Dillon 175 Negri Nc-UM-i Unltd. Dillon THE SEASON ' S RIXORD 2. ' , Universit of North Cai ' olina 6.1 C.ithoh ' i- l ' ni rrsit 6 X ' iryirii.i Militar Instituti- . Universit of X ' irLiinia 2 Washington anil Lie L ' niversitv Southein Conference ' J " ournament : V . P. 1. Th ! B(ib F.iusel, Ri-d Negri, Captnln Rip Bussey, Fred Hall, anJ Jeff Brandon The Season With Captain Rip Busse - and Red Negri showing the way, the V. P. I. boxers won 23 out of 45 bouts during the 1934 season. Eight members of the boxing squad were awarded the varsit - monogram: J. F. Bran- don, Captain G. W . Bussey, J. L. Dillon, R. W. Fausel, R. F. Hall, m " . L. Mitchil, V. A. Negri, J. D. RussL-11, and H. A. Spruill. North Carolina took the first meet from the Tech ringmen at Chapel Hill, Januar) 13, SV:l-2 ' -l. Captain Bussey and Red Negri lived up to their reputations by winning their bouts and Bob Fausel, fighting for the first time under the ' . P. L banner, secured a draw. The Tech fighters showed great improve- ment in handing a 6 ' --l ' u drubbing to Catholic Um ' versity the following week-end. Brandon and Russell, star freshman of last year, showed that their place on the varsity was deserved by winning easily. In a match featured by two knockouts, the ringiren easily defeated the V. M. I. Keydet , 6-2. Captain Bussey flattened Trout in tin- second round after dazing him with sixeral hanl rights in the first. Nick Dillon bad hi, man on the tlonr taking the count be ton- tin- first round was half over. Red Negi ' i scored a sinashing win over Oatehe but spared him the humiliation of : knockout. The Tech boxei-s, although they again scored two knockotit, dropped their fourth contest of the season to Virginia ' s classy squad of stars. Captain Bussey and Fred Hall each knocked their opponents to the floor for the count, the former in the second round and the latter in the first. Negri completed the V. P. I. scoring by winning by a decisive margin from Gene Hourihan. With the exception of Fausel, who lost via the knockout route in tho first round, the rest of the team pressed the Cavalier artists to the limit. In the final match of the season, the Tech mittmen bowed to Washington and Lee, 6-2. Each team forfeited one bout. Hank Spruill gave V. P. I. its onh victoi - bv outpointing Stuart in three I ' ounds. Captain Bussey was seriously injuied v ' lien his lieatl hit the floor after Ed Mincher had knocked him into the ropes. Busse ' was not .able to compete in the Southern Conference tournament the follow- ing week-end because of his injinaes. The tournament was held .it Charlottes- ville, Februar 23-24. ' . P. I. took third place. Red Negri captured the unlimited title b winning both ol his bouts with decisive margins. Fred Mall lost a close dtcision to tlie imdefeated Raiui ol Virgiiu.i in the finals after defeating Hill, South Carolina, in the preliminaries. Second Rote: Manager O ' Connor, Adkins, Price, Catlin, Copcnhavcr, Huffman, Priodc, Harvey, and Manager Harding First Roa: Coach Tilson, Minnich, Minter, Fisher, Waldrop, firoylcs, Gibbs, Hal, and Carroll arsitv Wrestling; 1934 E. B. O ' Connor and S. ' . Harding Managers Earl Tilson CoacA Nelson ' a[,i)R(ii ' Caplain ' in I. LINE UP First Team A ' liic;!! r Lugrin 1 IS Minter 2 Gibbs 13S Brovles US Slaughter i=;s Priode 16 s ' ' aldrop 17S Copenhaver Uiiltd. Second Team Minter Hall Adkins H.irvey I ' ishcr Porter Huffman THE SEASON ' S RECORD s Univcrsitv of North Carolin.i 10 2! Davidson College q S North Carolina State College 2(1 6.1 Virginia Military Institute 25 S W ishinsrton and Lee Universit 1- luthern Conference Tournament: V . P. I. Fourth Nellie Waldr ncJ Russ Minter The Season As was the case in basketball and boxing, the Tech grapplers opened the season with North Carolina hut this time V. P. I. came out on the long end of the count, 18-10. Tech won six of the eight bouts by time ad- vantage. Bro les and Huffman, new-comers to the wrestling squad lost their battles by falls. V. P. I. chalked up its second win by crush- ing Davidson, llV-i- V-i. Minter, Broyles and Captain Waldrop won their bouts by pin- ning their opponents in short order. Gibbs and Copenhaver gained lengthy time advan- tages to take their tilts but Harris, Davidson, defeated Lugrin by the same method. Fisher suffered his only fall in three years of varsity competition at the hands of the Davidson cap- tain. Bob Priode, V. P. I., and Quaterman fought for 16 minutes but neither was able to secure a sufficient time advantage or a fall. The varsity wrestlers met their first defeat of the season at Raleigh against the North Carolina State Wolfpack, 20-8. Minter pinned his man and Waldrop obtained a time advantage of 9:55 out of a possible l(l:(ll) but was unable to throw his man who dela ed the match by clever crawling. Bob Priode chased his antagonist around the mat for two extra periods only to lose by a shoit time advantage of 5 1 seconds. V. M. T. crushed the Techmen 251--611; in their next engagement. Russell Minter added another fall to his growing list and Copenhaver fought Sam Lowe to a draw to complete the scoring for V. P. I. Captain Nelson ' aldrop was unable to compete in the match because of a knee injur}-. ' J ' he matmen found themselves complete] outclassed in the final meet of the regular season. Washington and Lee, sporting one of the best wrestling teams in the South, wal- loped the Gobblers, 27-5. Captain Waldrop prevented a shut-ovit b ' throwing Ed Sietz, W ashington and Lee star. Washington and Lee won foiu ' of the matches by decisions and three bv falls. V. P. I. took fourth place behind Washing- ton and Lee, V. L L and N. C. State in the jlosely-contested Southern Conference tourna- ment which was held in Blacksburg NLarch 2 and 3. Captain AN ' aldrop finished his mat career b retaining the 175-lh. title. He threw both of his opponents in two of the fastest bouts of the meet. His first place gave V. P. L 5 points and his falls 2 points. Rus- sell .Minter tcicik third in the 125-lh. class and Boh Priodr shnwed in the 165-lb. class. The following nuiiihers of the ;irsity wrestling squ.id wi- the close of the sea: Copenhavei ' , C. P R. L Prio.h-, R Nelson WaKh-np. ■ .-iw ai-ih-(l nil mour.nns at ,.i; H. C. Hnnles, J. H. Lugrin, S.. R. Minter, K. Smith, and Captain R. V. Si ' noN j. E. Hamm Cap it in H. M. McEvER CoacA THf: LINE UP Manager ' orks Center C.ttlc first Base Dovviiiiiji Second Base Weede llwd Base Pickup Shortstop Morgan Right Field Casey (. ' enter field Hell ' Left field Porter Pitcher Mitchell Pitcher Sutlu-rlaml Pitcher SEASON ' S RECORD, 1933 V. P. I. 1 University of North Carolina 9 4 N(irth Carolina State 13 ■) Duke University University of North Carolina 6 5 5 North Carolina State 12 2 ' ashington and Lee University- 3 6 ' irginia Military Institute 2 ,S Washington and Lee Universit 7 Davidson College 4 1 )avidson College 1 S ' irginia Military Institute 7 11 L ' Diversity of Virginia 5 C isey Socks One to the Left Field Ble;iclii The Season n ' .-HNW iftkiJi Although the season ' s record, in terms of games won and lost, was only fair, the 19J3 Gobbler baseball team made the season a suc- cess by staging a whirl-wind finish to capture their last six games and with them, the coveted Big Four championship. The season opened in Blacksburg with th? Techmen taking on North Carolina. A host of errors gave the visitors six rims in the ninth and the final score was 9-1. The following week Tech invaded Nortli Caroh ' na. The trip proved disastrous, for the team lost in order to Duke, North Carolina and N. C. State. The pitching of Coombs accoimted for Duke ' s 6-2 victor ' , as he was in control of the situation thrmighout. At Raleigh, on Satiu-day, four Gobbler pitchers could not hold the N. C. State batters and Tech lost, 12-5. Then Tech ' s come-back started. Tiie Gobblers took two straight games the next week, defeating V. M. I. ' s Keydets 6-2 at Lexington; after which the - nosed out Wash- ington and Lee, 8-7, in eleven innings at Miles Stadium. Tile following week the Gobblers ran their winning sti ' eak to fi ' e straight bv whipping Davidson twice and V. M. 1. once. In the first Davidson game, Sutherland helil the Wildcats to three hits and blanked them, 7-0. In the second game, Mitchell held the Cats [or a 4-1 ' ictor ' , the Techmen bunting their hits when needed. In the V. M. I. game, Sutherland and Porter lield the Ke dets in check to eke out an 8-7 win. V. P. I. defeated Virginia 11-5 to win tlie Big Four title in the last game of the season. Porter, pitching his last game for V . P. I. held the Cavaliers throughcuit, being in danger but one time. -H, — Sid Sutherland, Joe Weede, Tubby Hell, A Casey, and Puss Lindsay Mm Mn ssn IT RACK ' . A. ' r ' RNKR J . E. IL MM Cj .i ' Manager S. 1). Tll.SON Coac i VARSri ' - J.INE-UP I ' lR-;!- ] " kam Hibbert Hibbert Moore Grimsley Grimslev Hell Lyne Lyne y . Tinner Kerns Edilv Grin us V . Turnei- ' . Turner Event ll)()- l. lash 22l)-y,l. dash ■l-lll-y,l. flash SS(I- ,I. nil, . Mill- run . 2-tuili ' run 120-yd. high hurrllrs 220- d. low hurdles High ju p Broad ju)N p Pol,- vault Shot put Discus Javrlin Second Otto way Ottduav jar vis Kline Kline Kline Hnlbertmi Holberton Kerns Grimsley C. Turner Kerns Grin us Seamon Team SEASON RKCORI), 19. .? y. P. I. SI I); vids in College 75 V P. 1. S6-1 .? asbii gton anil Lee 39-2 3 w P. 1. S2 illiam anil .Mar 74 _ . P. 1. 6. ' i ■gini 1 .Militar Institute 63 H STATE v. :v a3 VirL ' inia 56 1 . M. 1. 41-1 2 l BI ' . 1 . 1. J 9-2 3 H . is. L. 26-5 6 Al Moore Leads ' em Home at Sii Feet Oil Varsity Track Lfd bv the redoubtable Bill Turner, the 1 933 Gobbler track team, despite a lack of all-around strength, completed a fairly suc- cessful season, the climax of the year being a tie with V. M. I. in the last meet of the year. The chief job confronting Coach Tilson in his first year as track coach was to replace Jim Swart, weight man, Stanle ' Rhinehart, dash man, and |(ihnii Miles and Ranny Elder, distance runners. Replacements from the previous freshman team were not plentiful and it soon became evident that a few veterans would have to carry the greater part of the burden. These included Turner in the high jiunp, discus and javelin, Moore in the 440, LAne in the hurdles. Kerns in the high jump, Edd - in the pole vault, and Seamon ajid Grimsley in the weight events. As the season progressed several new stars were uncovered, chiefly Grimsley in the middle distances, Hib- bert in the dashes and Bell in the distances. Piling up 75 points to Tech ' s 51, Davidson College ' s track team downed the Polytecimien in the first track meet of the year. ' ] ' ch cap- tured six first places and tied for aiiothci ' , but did not capture enough seconds ;ind thiids to make the meet closer. On April 8, the Tech trackmen beat the W. L. cindermen by a score of 86 1 3 to 39 2 3, realizing an ambition that had been unfulfilled for four years. The Techmen, performing far above expectations, took first and second in everv field event, and cleaned up in the shot-put. By breaking two and tying one of their records, the ' illiam and Mary track team defeated V. P. I. at Williamsburg on April 22 by a score of 74-52. The match was featured b the duel in the high jump between Bacon of William and .Mar and Turner of V. p. I. Vhen V. M. I. met V. P. I. in Miles Stadium the visiting team had to overcome an early lead enjoyed by the Techmen; the V. M. I. tracksters staged an exciting finish to throw the meet into a deadlock at 63-ail. At the State meet, which was won by the University of Virginia with :i total of 56 points, V. P. I. placed third ith 39 2 3 jioints. V. P. I. sent four men to represent her at the annual Soutliern CoJifereiice track meet held at Duke University on Ma - 20: ' J ' ln ' ner, luld . Bell and Grimsley. ' I ' unier starred for the Gobblers, taking fiist place in the higli jump. Akhough sending onl lour men to the meet, ' . P. I. placed seventh, with 10 points. F R li S H iVl A N S 1 C) R 1 " S William Lcc Oiingcr, C ' .oach o Basketball and Assistant l- ' oot- hall Coach, ' . P. 1. Sumner l)e e Tilson, Head Track (ioacli and Assistant I ' oot ball Coach, . I ' . I. S. D. ( " Tex " ) Tilsc.ii cntcrid V. P. I. in 19U, and p ' ;ivc-d font- ball in I9IX, 1919, 192(1, 1921 and 1922. He was captain in 1921. " Tex " «as a star tackle, a member of the all time V. P. I. f.i..tball team in this position. -After his graduation from V. P. I. in 1923, he went to Davidson College, where he was head coach of wrestling, line coach of football, and coach ,l track. In 1932 he was appointed assistant coach of foot- ball and head track coach at V. P. I. " Tex " is supervisor every summer of Camp Mount Mitchell, a camp In Western North Carolina. Mis hobby is raising rabbits. VV. L. ( " M..nk " ) Younger entered V. P. I. in September, 1916, and was graduated in 1920. He was a three letter man, and an all star end in football. He was captain-elect of the 1918 team, but he was with the A. E. I " , in France that fall. I ' rom 192(1 until 1923 he was assistant coach of football here and i.Kich of basketball. From 1923 until he returned here in 1932, he was head football coach at Davidson College. Every summer " Monk " is in charge of atheltics at Camp Carolina, in North Carolina. Mis chief hobby is hunting. Fmirll, Row: Lakin, Carmel, LcKebre, Hall, Mahaney riiirj R„:c L..,.Ji I ' llson, Wilson, Stowc, Cundiff, Kennedy, Piland, Sodaio, Bai Manager Moore Sccijtul Rozc: Coach Grinus, Uailev, Wendell, Simpson, O ' Neale, Engles, Dickerso Coach McEver First Ro ' .i: Coiner, Sncad, Wagley, Matolla, Price, Gee, Bragg, and Ca salotti. Ruby, Freshman Football Team 1933 H. M. McEvER J. V. D. Moore Coach Alanager THE LINE UP iRsr Team Position Second Team CundifF , . . Quarter back . . . Snead Sodaro Haljbnck Kennedy Stowc Haljhnck Coiner Dickerson Fullback Jones O ' Neale E ul Campbell Banks Tacklr Ingles Dailey Guard Wendel Ruby Center Wagley Piland Guard Price ' ' ilson Tacklr Dodge S ha for End Gee THE SEASON ' S RECORD V. ] ' . I. 16 J ' .nuiry and Henry CiilKi:e V. p. I. n Washington and Lee Um ' vc rsitv V. ] ' . r. 13 Davidson College V. p. I. 9 University of Virginia 7 V. p. 1. 30 Virfjinin Military Institute 6 II S,con,l Roa: Mntolln, Evans, McCulloch, Sncad, McAlpine Fini Ra:c. Conch McEver, Sodaro, Stowc, Dickerson, Kennedy, Nunn, Manager Smitli FlRSl I ' rcsl iman Baskc tball 19.54 R. I). Smith AldiUJgt ' r ] . M. McKvER Co.uA THE LINE UP " kam Position Second Team .McAlpin Foi-ii ' ard Stovve Snead Foriviiril .McCulloch Evans Cr ntrr Ruby Mottoln Guard Kinnedy Sodaro Guard Nunn Tin- SK.ASON ' S RKCORD . 1 " . I. 2.5 jctVcTson High School 25 I. 20 Sak ' in High School III I. 20 Virginia Military Institute 22 I ' •lshington and Lie LfnivcTsit 42 1. 2ii JfftVrson High School 42 I. 19 Washington and Lcc Univi ' rsit 2.5 I. ,59 Gricnhriir Military School 21 1. .5(1 ' irginia Militar Institute IS 1. .5.5 F,nior .ind Hi-nr (. ' idKgc 27 1. 2S .Mann H.-h Schocl 10 I. .59 Salt ilK- Hi-h Scho.,1 2.5 Tliird Ro ' .c: Lay, Quarles, Smith Se,-o„J Rozc: Barksdale, Hull, Jones, Murphy, Stultz, Manager Harding First Ro ' u : Coach Esleeck, Coach Portertield, Daley, Dodge, Carmel, Riner, and Wilson Freshman Boxing Team 1934 E. B. O ' Connor and S. ' ' . Hardinc; Managers Dick Esleeck THE LINE UP Weight Wilson 115 Callahan 125 Murphy 135 Shafcr ' 145 Dillon 155 RotlK-rU 165 Lakiii 175 Dc.dgc UnltJ. THE SEASON ' S KKCORI) V. 1 ' . I. 1 Unix ' cTsitv c f N. rth Ca iiilma 7 V. ] ' . I. 6.1 Virg nia Mi itar Institute 1 V. 1 ' . I. ■) i_ Univrisit ( f Vii ginia 5 V. 1 I. 6 ' Was hini;t(in ami ].CC U nivc-rsit) 2 ThirJ Roti: WL-mit.-!l, Wagley, Mahancy SeconJ Rot £ : O ' Connor, Vassal itti, Comk-n, l)a is, I ' uncht-s, ChanibiTS, Manager Harding First Ro ' .c: Coach Tilson, Robbins, Ikll, I ' lland, l:)aiky, Barru«, and Evans l ' ' rcshinan Wrestling Tcain E. li. O ' Connor and S. ■. Haroini; F.ARI, Til. SON THE LINE UP Wnght Cli.imlnTs 1 1 S Evans 126 Punches 1J5 Karrow 145 Goddcn 1S5 Bell . . 165 Vagk-y 1 7 5 D.iiUv I ' lilt,!. THE SEASON ' S Rl fORI) ' . 1 ' . I. IS L ' ni ti-slt 111 Ncirtli Carolina 1(1 ' . 1 ' . I. 6. ' . ' ir;:inia .Militar Institute 25. ' , 1 ' . I ' . 1. . WasliiiiLitiin ami Ia-c- Univcrsitx 29 Secoml Ro ' u-: Johnson, Mohler, Cessna, Mitchcl, Reynolds, Saunders, LinJsey, and Manage Firsl Rou: Detwiler, Russell, Campbell, Cake, and Patten Freshman Baseball 1933 First Team Campbell Cake , Mohler Lindse - Mitchell Hall Russcl Johnson Saunders F. C. Moore iMtUitiger H. M. McEvER Coach THE LINE UP Position Catchrr Tlunl Rusr First B„u- Ril ' ht Fubl Crntrr FwLI Lrjt Field Srro,, ' R„sr Shortstiip I ' it.lur Second Team Reynolds Stump Green Stevens Patten Knowlton Lindse Cessna Detwiler V. P V. I ' V. P V. P V. P V. ] ' V. P THE SEASON ' S RECORD 4 Washington and Eee Univei ' sit 5 Augusta Militar) .Veadenu 5 Salem High School 5 Radford High Scho.il 9 Washington and Eee Universit 6 Salem High Sch.iol 6 Radford High Sch.iol A ■; ■ hazio, Oaks, Shirk, li. ,:i ;i. : ■, |. t.; : . . i. l itlin, Prilch.ird, ami Acikins First Row: Slaughter, Burrus, Carter, Hartman, Carrol, Pugh, and Clark 1 " rcshmaii 1 rac k 1933 V. p. Fox Manager S. D. TiLSON Coach THE LINE UP First Team Event Second Team Pritchard lOO-yd. dash Pugh Piitchard 220-yd. dash Pugh Pugh 440-yd. dash Jones Mothershcad 88()-yd. run Oakes MnthcrslK-nd Mile run Carter Hlandlnrd 22n-yd. low ht-rdlrs Shirk Bland ford 12n-xd. hi ;h hurdlrs Shirk Rollins Iliilh jump Pugh Pritchard Hrruid jump Rollins w. irtnian Poir vault Andrews Shot put Carrol Dis iNS jH I cnz Javrlhi H THE SE ASON ' S RECORD u Kflfl P . E 41 I avids( n C. .liege ijiISM I ' . I. " }, Gricnh ricr Military School jSjM V. I. 6. J •ffcrs. n Hi ;h School pH ! ' . 1. 6S irijimV Military Instituti- , v Stat L- Milt: Virginia, 59; V. P. I . 44; y. M. I., M; Fazio Carrol Andrews Slau zhter 76 36. 54 52 W. E., 18 Intramural Champions, 1932-19 3 V. H. Birch AU„„g.-r ALL ' EAR CHA.Ml ' IONS First Second Third Fourth Cross Countrx Boxing Wrestling Fen Pius Basketball Volley ball . . Indoor Track Track Tennis (singk ' S Tennis (team) Baseball Horseshoes Stoiu- l)iirmit4iry (535 points) Companv G Han.l Ciimpain 15 Hattiiy K Batter - N Ciimpan ' G Fifth " ' c-ar Batter - M Cdinpam B Battery M Headquarters A. V. Allen Battery N I arracks E-F Company G INDIVIDUAL CHAMPIONS, 1932-33 Alt Year Cham pious : W . H. Birch, Band, and R. Pamplin, Company B, 67 points each; second, W . R. Shelton, Companv G, 65 points. Indoor Track Track Cross Country Free Throw E. G. Hite, Company D ]. T. Hudgins, Headquarters L. S. Bell, Battery K E. N. Hibbert, Company G .■N s; M. B. Blair BOXING 1 1 8 pounds 128 pounds 138 pounds 148 pounds 158 pounds 168 pounds Unlimited . F. Brandon, Companv B K. Campbell, Batterv N R. F. Hall, C.unpanv B f. N. Jackson, Battery N T. S. Williams, Battery N ]. L. " I ' orke, Battery I J. S. Williams, Batterv N WRESTLING 118 pounds 128 pounds 138 pounds 148 [lounds 158 pounds 168 pounds Unlimited H. R. Hendeison, Companv G R. ' ]■. Hall, Battery L . M. Barnes, Batterv O I ' . Cj. Gregcuv, Companv Cj P. W. Rose, Company G R. B. I- isher, Companv K ' . .A. Howard, Stone Dormitory lnti,imur..l li.isk.-lb.ill flinmpii.ns, l ' )H— f. 1 lUraimirals This c-ar inon- th;in ISllO stuck-nts took part in iiitranuiral athletics, vicing with each othci ' in cross-country, tennis, tag football, bowling, wrestling, basketball, swimming, in- door and outdoor track, free throwing, volle)- ball, baseball, boxing and horse shoes. In other wonls, atldetics for all here is an actu.il fact. ' . P. I. ' s dip.irtment of ph sical education, headed by Professor M. Buford Blair, supports this program to assist the student in discover- ing interest in some exercises which will help keep him fit in years to come. The schedule is designed to stimulate the interest of students with every degree of abilit ; the aim, of course, is " Sports for All. " Although no monograms or letters are given, handsome intramural keys are given to intramural winners, and to the organizations which succeed in garnering the highest t(ital of points during an one ear. Varsit nionn- grams fiii|urritl come to those who .ne selected from the iritr.iniur.il squads b the coaches. The winners in intramural cross country in the fall are awarded cakes. Fifteen luscious prizes are distributed yearU . I ' ennis draws a large ami intirested crowl of applicants, and nearly everyone who has any idea of |)la ing the game goes out for tiv intramural title. Usually the winner of t!v championship in the fall is a regular memiier of the v.arsitv team in the spring. T.iL ' footli.ill (and don ' t tliink it ' s a sport for the wc.ik .iiul anemic, even if it is onl) ' tag) annualh draws a frolicksome crowd of the more stalwart souls, all pretending to want to play football, but actually looking for a free- for-all battle. They generalh ' get their wish, and ever bod ' s happ ' . The Tech bowling alleys roar afternoons and nights and months during the season. Since the fee is onlv three cents a game, the hoys are all interested. Oi primar ' importance is the b.isketball championship, won this ear bv Battery " O " ' . Around this clianipionship is being built slowly the nucleus of a new scheme in athletics. This year, for the first time, the intramural court champs of V. P. I. and V. M. I. met for battle. Tile Technun won, but the Cadets are making promises about nc. t year. The contract for the tilts covers three years, and it is hopeil that the scheme will be cx- t( ndeil to Cover other sports in the near future. ' . P. l. " s first aquatic show was held here nil Maieh S, and the new pool has been in the linulight e er since. From the winners of the inti ' .unur.d swimming meet Dr. ! ' . C. Scluiei-, captain of the Brown swimmers m 1915, mouldi-d a swimming team that is priiuressing niceb . Boxing ,uul wrestling aie the most popidar intramurals as far as the crowd is concerned. F,verybod loves a good fight, and it doesn ' t matter whether it ' s between room mates or professionals. I ' or that reason the War Me- morial Hall is p.acked when the intramur.d lads take the mat. Paul P. Huffard, President and Director National Carbide Company A truly outstanding chemist and industrialist is Paul P. Huffard, who graduated from V. P. I. in 1909 «lth the degree .if B.S. In chemistry. From 1909-1910 Mr. Hulfard «as in the research laboratory of the Electro Metallurgical Company at Niagara Falls, New York. The following year he was works chemist of the Union Carbide Company, also at Ni.agara Falls. From 1911 to 1913 he was night superintendent of the Union Carbide and Electro Metallurgical Companies at Niagara, and from 1913-1916 he was assistant superintendent of this company. In 1916 Mr. Huffard was transferred to the Union Carbide Company plant at Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan, as superintendent. He held this position until 1919, when he was advanced to Works manager of the National Carbon Company plants at Niagara and at Clarksburg, West Virginia. In 1921 he was sales manager of electrode sales of the National Carbon Com- pany. From 1921 to 1922 he was works manager for tlie National Carbon Company, and from 1922 to 1925 he was assistant gen- eral manager of the National Carbon Company. From 1925 to j 1929 he was vice-president and general manager. National Car- | bon Company. Since 1929 lie lias held a number of imposing positions. He ! is president and director of the Acheson Graphite Company, The ; Beacon Electric Corporation, The Canadian N.itional Carbon | Company, Limited, and the National Carbon Company, Incor- ; porated. He is vice-president and director of the International Eveready Company, Limited, and director, National Carbon of Argentina, Ltd. I SOCIAL ORGANIZATIONS BOOK SIX Paul P. Hiiffard, President and Director National Carbide Company and iidiiitria 1 iy09 Hst kh the aul : Jegr A truly outstanding Huflard, who graduated 1 of B.S. in chemistry. From 1909-1910 Mr. Hutfard was in the research laboratory of the Electro Metallurgical Company at Niagara Falls, New York. The following year he was works chemist of the Union Carbide Company, also at Niagara Falls. From 191! to 1913 he was night superintendent of the Union Carbide and Electro Metallurgical Companies at Niagara, and from 1913-1916 he was assistant superintendent of this company. In 1916 Mr. Huffard was transferred to the Union Carbide Company plant at Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan, as superintendent. He held this position until 1919, when he was advanced to Works manager of the National Carbon Company plants at Niagara and at Clarksburg, West Virginia. In 1921 he was sales manager of electrode sales of the National Carho.i Com- pany. From 1921 Carbon Company, z eral manager of th 1929 he was vice-p bon Company. Since 1929 he has held a number of imposing positions. He is president and director of the .Acheson Graphite Company, The Beacon Electric Corporation, The Canadian National Carbon Company, Limited, and the National Carbon Company, Incor- porated. He is vice-president and director of the International Eveready Company, Limited, and director. National Carbon of .Argentina, Ltd. 1922 hi works manager for tlie National from 1922 to 1925 he was .-.ssistant gen- rational Carbon Company. From 1925 to dent and general manager, National Car- ■ . Ml " KATIIItfN C, ' Clifton puree Va. Sponsor OFMCl.RS J. B. Goodwin I). ' I ' hdmi ' son II. v. HlMI ' HRF Vicr-Preii ient S, rfliir -lriiisurir MK.MHKRS n. Antlionv I.. Avers, Jr. B. Caulcv L. Collins Goodc GooJe B. Goodwin Grieg ' . Humphreys . L. Jennings E. Mackey L. Snedden I. Spitler Thompson P. ' .ni Horn Waring S. Wright The Allc iluin Mountain C liib ' Ihtr .Alleghany Mountain Club draws its members from Cliff. n Forge, Covington, Hot Springs, Buena Vista, and the surrounding territory. The club is essentially a social one. Several social functions, both at home and at school, arc sponsored during the school year. The best of these are the banquets held at school and the dance held during the Christmas holidays, usually in Clifton Forge. Besides its social activities, the club has been very active in bringing new students to Virginia Tech. The freshmen arc helped to make a success of their college career by the aid given them during their first year by the upper classmen In the club. .,,,, A 1 , Acithuny, l ' .i ,,, i ' . I .V -.r,«, l „: l,i, ■;,■ , t. aulcy, Collins, .• .■IS .111.1 Mmf. First Row: Snedden, Thompson, Goodwin, Spitllcr, and llumphr W. W. Str.)ud J. M. PiLCHER . . . J. C. Taylor C. A. MoHi.KR, Jr. W. M. EWING T. H. Lewis T. T. jEFFRlKf OFFICERS PresUetil Vict ' -President .... Second Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer Assistant Secretary-Treasurer Leader Sergeant-at-anns W. VV. Stroud President The Cotillion Club of V. P. I. Feeling th.it the corps of cnJets h.iJ grown to such a size that the one dance chib could not accommodate all of the cadets who desired to dance at the formal dances, a group of students got together and on March 5, 1913, organized the Cotillion Club of V. P. I., to share with the German Club the function of giving formal dances on the campus, to which the whole corps was to be invited. The Cotillion club filled a long felt need, since the one club could not take care of the great number of cadets who wanted to dance. The Cotillion club gives four dance sets during the school year. The opening dances are held soon after school opens, the Thanksgiving dances during the week-end following the Thanksgiving game. The Mid-winter dances come at the middle of the winter ijuarter, and Easter ' s follow the week-end after Easter Sunday. The Club also sponsors a final ball during finals. The president of the club this year is Stump Stroud. Among its members one may find such student leaders as Dal Simmons, Horace Jeffries, Bob Crozier, Bill Anderson, Mason Pilcher and George Smith. Six A Rote: Stroud, Jones, I ' owell, liuosey, and JelTrcss Fijt i Rnic: Brooks, Corbell, Edmunds, Perkins, Copeland, Harris, Page, Newman, and Ellett Fourth Ro ' .v: Saunders, Oilman, Eubank, McCarthy, Forriest, Turner, Bradshaw, and Orcliard TJiird Rote: Rritton, Ewing, Ewing, McEIr ,y, Simmons, Yorke, Taylor, Wetherall, and Moore Second Rati-: Jcffres, Crozier, Goode, Southerland, Martin, Anderson, Jackson, and Snellings. Firs Rote: Thomas, Vr.|uhart, Mohler, Lewis, Stroud, Pilcher, Evans, Robison, and lin,«n SS SOUPIE WlI.l.I.A Norfolk, Va. Sponsor MEMBERS W E. Anderso. R. .J. Brit ton L. A. Brown R. L. Brooks M W. Bradsha J. J. Booth G. W. Bussey R. Cooke R. H. Copeland R. L. Corbell R. W. Crozier H C.deman li. R. Davis F. M. Dillon .T. W. Ewing K. a. Evans W E. Eubank .J. D. Ellett R. C. Edmunds K. B. Forrest ,1. Oilman .J. E. Good F. W. Harris .1. X. Jackson V H. Jeffress s. G ' . Jones J. G. Knowlton D. T. Martin H M. MeCarth ( ' . B. MeElray .1. D. Moore V E. Manning V C. Newman (1. H. Orchard J. E. Perkins T. B. PugU H S. Page R. C. Powell C. F. Robinson G. M. Smith C. T. Snellings I.. n, SiniMi .1. s. F. Sulli.Ll.m li ' . S ' S;iuiiilri .M G. Slr.iiol V . L. Thomas 1) T. Thomas .1. Taylor V K. TvK.r . 11. I ' r.iuhart i ( ' ■ ' . V,tlii ' r.-ll .1. I.. Y..rk.. M R. Young MK BETTY SADLER lorfplk, Virgin la SPONiOl OPEMING COTILLION i Mill ELiZABETN GRIFFIN Vorfc k, yirginKi- Jf THftNKiGIVING COTILLION MKULlZABtTH )T£PTOE Liiichborij, A . iPOMIOm ■ MIDWINTER, COTILLION MK ANNA HAP,PEP SPON OR, EA4TEP, COTILLION MISS MARGARET MITH- Norfolk, irqi ia. iPON OB.- FINAL COTILLION H. S. Shannon W. B. PORTERKII R. W. Jones, Jr W. H. Lv E J. A. L.NDSEV President ... Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer Leader A ssistaiil Secre ar -Treasurer H. S. Shanno President The German Club The in 189 origin: for tli( years. mg on Th conserv necessa Cerni.jn Club of the Virginia Polytechnic Institute was organized and is the oldect organization of its kind on the campus. The I purpose of the club was the provision of worth while social life student body, and this purpose has been carried out throughout the The five sets of German dances given annually arc surely outstand- the college social calendar. : German Club, although modern in its views, is considered the more ative of the two dance organizations. Its membership, although ■ily limited, is entirely cosmopolitan. ough the co-operation and loyalty of a large number of new members II this session the club has enjoyed the privilege of a very successful -r ' ' O ' ' C t . i R.„r « ;«. Slaughter, Ingles, Campbell, T. K. Jones, Le.marJ, Krels, Webb, Lindsay, Cay, Nash Fourth Rozv: Mason, Wildes, Banks, Murray, Weed, Schaffer, Osterbind, Rucker, Burr, Kiblcr, W. B. Rawlings, Harding, Newman, Hyatt, Wilson, Lcfebvre, Argabright Third Rou ' : Dewey, Cockcy, Ayrcs, Simmerman, Beamon, Ruby, Barrow, Hoge, Cover Second Row: Cleland, Klotz, Cox, Downing, I ' ippin, Wood, Beverly, W. L. Rawlings First Row: Moore, Maynard, Preston, Porteriield, Shannon, Lyne, Waring, Temple and R. W. Jones R aai.,ra, Va. Sponsor MEMBERS W S. Argabright R. L. Ayers. Jr. F. M. Banks P. S. Barrow. Jr. U. V. Beamon R. C. Beverley C. a. Burr V. C. Campbell J. M. Cleland P. 0. Cockey .1. L. Converse H. H. Cox W A. Co. , Jr. L. H. Dewev, Jr. H. H. Downing J. R. Gay R. G. Gillespie V P. Gover A. G. Green C. T. Hardwiek Ci. W. Harding v E. Hoge J. R. Hvatt .T. I.. Ingles, Jr. .1. A. Jones K. W. Jones, Jr. ■1 ' . W. Jones K. L. Kibler D. 1. K1..IZ V V. Kreis U G. Letebvre, Jr. O. S. Leonard J. A. Lindsay v H. Lvne .M V. Mason .1. B. JIavnard. Jr. K. G. Meliek - J. I). Moore .1. V. Morrison, Jr. .T. R. Murray H. Xash [ ' , man t • 1 ii.i.rbind l 1,. I ' lppin. Jr. l;. I ' nrfrlield. J ' . Pre.ston B. Rawling.s W L. Rawlings 1! . . Rueker. Jr. W . 11. Ruby, Jr. W . L. Russell II A. Shafer, Jr. II S. Shannon .1 . . Siuiinemian i; K. Slaughter w . (). Sniilh, Jr. II 1). Temple K l„ Waring. Jr. l K. Wav. .Ir. .1. V. Weld. ,1. I . Wee.le (i ' W. Wild.s II !•:. Wilson (i A. Wo,.d It MISS EVELYM SHIPP SPONSOR-OPE NINO JE M«N MKS PHYLLK SANPOP.D 5PON OR-THANK40KINO6tRMAN MISUEAN H0W;AP,D oofoitf a. SPONSOR ' MIDWINTER 6 EP.MAN MK NANCYCAMPBtLL SPONSOR ' EASTtP, OERMflN MhS ELIZABETH PRICE The Bachelors ' ( .luh Hoot Mon! A BachL-lors ' Club dancu tonight: Call out the guard. Mothers, keep the children indoors. And boys, stay away from the Commandant tomorrow morning, if you get back to the Quadrangle by then. No, we ' ll take that back. The boys may be inclined to be a little bit — shall we say — ah — exuberant at times but the children will be safe enough. To be serious, the club «as organized as n social group, and, in the furtlierance of the social amenities, gives, throws, slings, holds, or what have you, about ten dances a year. These dances are private In the strictest sense of the word. The club defies anvone to find any " better eggs " In the corps than the thirtv boys who are elected to the club each year. The scarlet " A " ..f (lie club is the emblem of conviviality and friendship. p P n P p P P f ft ' t ' !»■ i- liAli . fl G.K»LICK. JAtOnOUUHT HCUHNinCiHAH A.V. DEAL I R.(NGUSH The Sioriiions ( Thf Scorpions arc .1 group nf niin il.iiur dub si-inin who have hniulcti together with certain serious purposes in view. Hrietly, the club is organised to otrrect or pre- vent any undesirable condition that may arise on the cam- pus. It is the aim of the scorpions to act as a stumbling block for any apparently radical movement that may be i irted on the campus until the movement has been carc- tiiUy investigated by the Kxecutive Committee. ' I ' hc clu ' . .I,.,-, .ill it ..iM to i.-iive the oM traditions th.il .ire dear to V. I ' . I. which have been slowly dying out and to keep the idd Tech Spirit always at its best. There is u social side to the club, t From time tu time, private dances have been held at the Cohee Country Club. The dances have been exceptionally good ones and it is not likelv th.it .inyone who has attended any will ever forget them. :■ K.::: I ' .nnphii, SiK-tili-Kl, H,u..lni,u, IJiKk, Jcltcl-Mii, Huk-, (.rubh, ,i lul W , T nrJ Ra ' .c: Jones, Taylor, Nelson, Brgoks, Lee, Turner, Rcld, and V..ung Second Rote; Bell, Perel, Andrews, VanDyck, Strobel, Neale, and Heisler First Roa: Maynard, Allison, Saunders, Harrison, Earnest, Ware, and Gibbs DeMolay Club The Zorobabel Chnptcr, Onkr i,f DcM.ilay, is the P. I. hninch of that great national organization, which has one or more chapters in practically every city in the United States. The local chapter is sponsored by the Blacksburg Commandery No. 32, Knights Templars, and has over si. t - members. Thrmigh the courtesy of the local Masons, the chapter has at its disposal two cliib-roonis in the Masonic Temple. Besides its fraternity and ritualistic work, several soci.il events, including dances, banquets, and smokers are sponsored throughout the ear. This chapter has the distinction of having won, in nation-wide rating by tlie National Council, first place in Group 3 of division A fo|- tlie Spring Quarter of 1933. OFFICERS N. V. Harrison J. H. Saunders , Jr. G. I. Earnest, Jr. J. C. Gibbs C. E. Grubb Mfistrr ( omirilor, Firs Oiunitr Mastrr Couiiiihir, Si-roiirl Quarter Master ( ' oinirilor, Thiril Quarter Treasurer Scribe MEMBERS E. K. Allison E. N. .Andrews L. S. Bell ( ' ,. H. Blick R. L. Brooks S. . Harding I. B. Heisler k. B. Hicks R. M. JetTerfon R. W. Jones S. VV. Lee J. li. Maynard, jr R. W. Neal W. W. Nelson C. A. Pamplin M. C. A. Reid C. I ' . F. Sheffield J. J. Strobel R. F. Taylor W. L. Turner E. C. VanDvck F. E. Ware I. L. Webber W. L. Young m OPiDEPi .4 OF N.W.HARRISON.J . MASTER COUMCIIOI ' , l rQuA Tflk MR . N.V.HARRISON dH.SAUNDER .JR. MAUERCOUMCILOfk MR .J.H. SAUNDERS. fiv or nevii I a SPON$OP De MOLAY G.I. EARNEST, JP,. MA ' JEKCOUNCILOI 5i? qUARTtll. MR . G.I. EARNED PmiJfNl •i,-Prcside„t rlart-Treasurcr Mrs. W. C. .ALi.isn Washington, D. C. Sponsor The Capital Club The C.ipltol Club is uni: of tlic older sectional clubs on the campus. It «as formed to promote the soci.il life of the men hailing from the nation ' s capitol. Membership includes students who reside nearby in Mary- land and Virginia towns. The club has been more active this year than previously. The activities for the year included regular club meetings, smokers, and buffet suppers. The club held its usual Christmas dance and in addition held another at the end of the year. Tlie Alumni Chapter of the District of Cidunibia gives its undivided support to the activities of the club. Fuurlh Ru-.i: Kilm.irtin, Carter, West, Slaughter and Bragg. Third Rim: Adams, Tschantre, Wisor, Zimmerman, Rayliss, Lan.sford and I ' atten Second Rok: McKniglit, Wolder, .Strobel, Henley, Kemp and llagan First Row: Cunningham, Snioak, Jelierson, Allison, Hanes, Kuonts, and Weatherall MEMl ' .ERS H. R. Adams E. K. Allison J. O. Bragg E. P. Carter J. B. Cunninghai E. C. Hagan O. E. Hanes R. C. Henley R. N. Jefferson A. R. kemp L. Kilmarti R. W. Koontz W. A. Lansford O. S. McKnight C. P. Patton T. C. Slaughter D. R. Smoak J. J. Strobel M. A. Tschantre E. L. Turner J. Walker C. J. West M. C. Wctherall W. J. Wvsor R. M. Zimmcrm, oi I lei RS Mk,. 1. S. Ill I.-..: Cape Charles, Va. . lfll »j0l ' I- . S. Mrt M)N R. W . JoNKs . W . TlkKv Prisulfttt V ' ur-PrrsirirnI S iiitiiry- ' J ' rr isitrrr MI.MHI.RS J. T. liailgcr C. S. Bloxom C. I). Dctwilder V. S. Dctrick H. C. Floyd F. S. Hudson R. V. Jones T. E. Jones J. W . Leonard A. M. Pruitt P. D. Parks N. W. I rrv V. M. H. Villi, ms The l astcni Shore ( " Juh Many years ago, ihc boys attending V. P. I. from the Eastern Shore of Virginia felt the need of a sectional club representing their district. They felt that, by such a club, they could get to know each other better, and help each other if the need arose. Realizing this need, the Eastern Shore Club was organized. Soon after the club was founded, Its members decided to give a dance during the coming Christmas holid.nys, and since that time they have given a Christmas dance annually. The dance is usually held at Cape Charles, being centrally located. The tradition has been continued until the present time. The club holds meetings from time to time during the school year, as well as an occasional smnkcr. OFKICERS J. E. Warf J. C. Tavlor N. W. Harrison E. G. Davis . . . Vicc-Prcsi. Strrelary-Trt-as Sergeant-at-a ienl tent J. E. Ware, Jk Presides! VlCl nity The bee me and to smo keis, Du .ng the club the dan Cha mbe The Hampton Roads Club Hampton Roads Club is composed of the men in school from the of Hampton, Newport Ne«s, Phoebus and I ' oquoson, Virginia. purpose of the club is to help the freshman from that vicinity to acquainted with conditions that they will meet with on the campu , help the members become better acquainted. The club is purely . nature. Social functions during the school term consist chiefly of at which the members mix and enjoy a general " bull session. " the summer, and at Christmas, dances are given. This Christma. gave a banquet for its members and their guests, immediately before ce. The dance this year was held in the ball room of the new ■lain-Vanderbilt Hotel, located at Old P..int Comfort. i Fijth Row: CargiU, Ison, Wilson, Lewis, Lawson, and Malarkey Fuurili Row: Gilman, Campbell, Wilson, Pritchard, Vanderslice, and Proudma Third Row: Gilman, RawHngs, Lenz, Carmel, Roswell, Melvin, Scholtens Second Roti: B(!ntzel, Johnson, Lordley, Saunders, Saunders, and Stultz Firsl Row: Brown, Howard, Taylor, Ware, Harrison, Davis, and Rcvell Mrs J. E. Wark -ewp ort News, Va. Sponsor MEMBERS R. J. Bentzel J- W. Boswell J- L. Brown J- L. Campbell J- N. Cargill M M. Carmel E. G. Davis D. Gilman .1- Gilman . W. Harrison V H. Howard M H. Ison M W. Johnson H. M. Lawson G. F. Lenz C. W. Lewis H E. Lordlev R. J. Malarkey G. H. Melvin C. M. Pritchard E. D. Proudman C. S. Revell F. D. Rollins B. L. Saunders J. H. Saunders I. W. Scholtens H T. Slultz J. C. Tavlor E. I. Vanderslice J. E. Ware E. S. Wilson G. L. Wilson, Jr OI I kl KS ' Flash " HiiiitKR r ' Hii.i. " Coii ' K ' Lock " Uf.i.i. ' Hi.AcK Ukaiiv " Sihai ' Hen " Mc.Makin ' Hi n " I- Vi-H l ' r,ii ii-ni f ' ii i-l ' ns ' ui rut Secretary Trrasurer Srrgeanl-ftt-tirrni Ri portrr MF.MHERS T. A. Allison K. A. Eaton L. K.. Lindsev R. r. McClurc C. H. Pace, Jr. C. W. Sanders KcntiK ' k ( ;liili Whall.i vtMr ' Wli:ilt:i vi-.ir! " Mi-n :it work. " (oh, yc.ill) — " Repeal. " (oh, boy)— " Kinlucky tl.ib, " (oh, oh). Thnfs »hat ' l933-.U brought forth, .ind for its fruits will it long be remembered. The Kentucky Club was formed to bring the boys of Kentucky into closer contact and fellow- ship with each other, and to work as a unit for V. P. I. A glance at our picture, and the keg in the foreground will give some idea of how this was accomplished. The club is still in its infancy, but it has already given several private social functions (again the keg) and has done much toward making V. P. I. known in Kentucky. Our future looks bright. (Doesn ' t it, though?) So just watch us grow. T iirJ Rorc: Strauglian and McClurc Sr nttii Row: Eaton, Sanders, Allison, and Coupe Firii Row: F.iusel. Bell, Hibbert and McM.ikin OFFICERS Bf H JflU r T. T. HORNE President M " " Sfi B C. P. Cabell First Vict ' -President H - J | C. B. McELR() • Si ' cniid Vicc-Pri ' sident r H J- L. Collier i-crftnr -Trrasurer z H T. J. HuRNE Mi« CrsiE Richmond Prvshitnt Salem, Va. Spo,nor MEMBERS C. P. Cabell S. P. Carter J. L. Collier rhc Lonesome Pine C ' lub ¥. W. Glade T. J. Home y. y. Kesterton The L..nes..nie Pine Club is an oiganization of students from Wise County and the surrounding country. It is organized to promote a fraternal feeling among the boys in the club. The purpose of the club is accomplished M. .M. Lewis C. B. McElroy by means of numerous smokers, banquets, and meetings. The club has enjoyed a very successful year. The Christmas dance fur- nished no end of pleasure for all who attended it. And, incidentally, it R. B. Porter J. T. Skeen brought in sufficient " sheckels " to enable the club to carry out its program for the year. It furnished a means of splendidly advertising V. P. I. as «as shown by the favorable comment that was made .,n the dance. E. E. Thacker H. L. ' hitmire f. T. V.uinii 77 , Iio:c: Kestcrson, Po .S-,Y( , R ' j:c: Class, Skee First Ro;c: Collier, McElroy, l ' „u,Uvt ■PremUnt Stcrtlary T. II. Li«i« Pr(.,.l,„l MEMBERS A. V. B.ild..ck R. S. Htirniss I. R. CarJ«i-ll W F. Cinlicri 1). R. Chambers I- M. CIclanJ I- W. C.fcr c. T. R. Dabiu-y I. li. Frav M P. Gi.i.dcn W N. Hammcrsl W A. Ilickson C. II. Illnnant I. Huppcnslein E. 11. Lane R. H. La « son T. II. Lewis I- P. Lindsey P. Mitchell C. R. Xeher I- H. Orchard I- C. Price w W. Sweeney R. S. R. Yates C. N. Webb M WolIT Mrs. r.. II. Lkwis Lvncliburg, Va. M he , lu hhurii Cliil 111) Thi- Lynchhurp Club is «inc of the (ddcst sectinnni clubs at Tt-cli. yi- olden time It was known as the Campbell Club. The purpose of the club is to get the students from Lyncliburp ai vicinity into a congenial group, that they may know each other belter, ai help each other over the rough pinces — especially the rats. The club li regular meetings and one or more banquets a year. The club has tor the past decade sponsored a dance at the Oakwo Country Club in Lynchburg each Christmas. This year the dance was vt successful, the music being furnished by the Southern CuUmL-Is and the tin decorated with those colors dear to us all — Orange and Maroon. Foufi i Ro:t: Baldock, Mammcrstrum, Lindsey, n.ibiu-y. Hurrus, V..ltT, .inJ Raldn T iinl Ron: Cofer, Goi.den, Hoppcnstein, Webb, Lawson, and Cantieri .SV.««, ?»« .- Chambers, Mitchell. Lane, Neher, Cardwell, and Sweeney fiM Rou: Frv, Minnant, Cleland. Ltwi«. Price. Orchard, and Yalea J. C. C.IBBS . C. T. Sneli.in R. F. Taylor C. P. F. Shef R. R. HicK President Vice-Presideiti Secretary Treasurer Sergeani-at-arfKS J. C. G President The Mid- ' irginia C ' -liib The Mid-Virginia Club resembles a man playing the stuck market in that one year it is prosperous and the next year it is financially embarrassed. The Club is composed of boys from that section of the Old Dominion around Farmville, Blackstone, Burkeville, Boydton, Crewe, Victoria, Amelia and last but not least, Law renceville. That Christmas Dance was a knockout— not a pass out — was held on the Friday night of the twenty-ninth, the one night of the year that even Greta Garbo would have worn red flannels and been proud of ' cm. Black- stone, being the central point, and Ye Ole Armory the only dance hall of that notorious city, such was the scene of the dance. And last but not least again was the combination beer party and banquet thrown on April 4th, 1934, free to all members — . It was gigantic col- h.ssal and all t ' at — do you remember, boys??? How could you forget! fiUI ' Kok: IVloore, Allen, Newman, and Bryan Ftiuril, Ru ' .c: Kdmonson, Giles, Gee, Hicks, Baldwin, and Bloomlield Third !io:i: I ' ettrcy, Bell, Abbitt, Lucy, Mosclcy, Brandcm, and Vaughan Second Rate: Nash, Thompson, Reese, Blick, Barksdale, and Bradshaw First Rok: Johns, Irby, Taylor, Gibbs, Sncllings, Sheffield, and Wheary MEMBERS A. L. .Ubit . E. Anderson . B. Allen C. W. Baldwin w. S. Barksdale F. E. Beli G. H. Blick T. I. Bh.omfield C. VV. Bradshaw I. F. Brandon R. H. Brvant vv T. Coleman I. V. Edmonson E. Gee T- C. Gibbs G. Giles F. H. Hanburv R. B. Hicks C. H. Irby T- E. Jo hns O. Jones n n. Lucy M. Mann R, A. Moore K 11. Moore K . Mosclev 1 " . H. Nash v . C. Newman T- E. Pcttrev C. P. F. Sheffield o Smith c T. Snelllngs F. O. Reese M. V. Timb.-rlake C. C. Vaughn OKHCERS V. M. I,VN. PrtiiJtnl W. H. IN.BT.RH.Il VkrPrf.iJcil W. W. STHUI II ' . ' t-tar -TrfaJUrrr N. R. WaI I.K .1- Sr ' g.afll-at-urml M... Martv II.. fhcjlcr, I ' .i Sfo«,or MEMBERS V. B. Boll I.. S. Bell H. C. Bn.ylcs B. Bnlnirk li. W. Bussfy .1. F. Brandim .1. H. Oipenliiivcr K. V. Cfssnii A. h. Tasey II. U. Downing J. I.. Dillon K. R. EnRlish U. B. Kisher R. W. Fausel .1. C. Gibbs K. X. Hibherl R. V. HolberlcTi W. D. Holsi-law R. E. Huirman G. V. Hoenslino R. F. Hall V. J. Kerns C. E. Kline W. H. Lyne C. P. Luerin J. A. Mrlntin- J. .M. Murpbv J. V. D. Moor. ' S. R. Minter .1. B. Maupin K. L. MobliT M. E. Milcliel W. A. Negri J. M. Ochs (f " . Palmer B. Palmer R. .M. Priode W. B. Porterfield T. A. Pickup J. t . Rj.ssel C. K. Robisnn I.. r . Simmons Rip Smith Roberl Slump R. I). Smith A. V. Stevens ;. M. Smith R. V. Sutton S. E. SulherlanrI y. W. Stroud V. F. Tvler l . T. Thomas V. G. Turner A. B. l ' r iuhart W. .1. White N. R. Waldr.ip .1. D. Weede J. L. York.- 1 he Moiiotirani ( ' . luh VndiT the .ihU- liMJcr«liip ..I Its prcMJint, W. II. Lvpl-, the Monogr.im Club of V. I ' . I. has once more gotten on its feet and !s well on the wsy tow.ird its po.tl of embettering athletics and improving Tech Spirit among the Gobblers. New men were cnc(»ur.iged to go out for athletics, greater faith in the coaches was emphasized, and improvements were made in the club Itself in order that it might become more attractive to its members and demand more respect from the student body. The Monogram Club Improved its room by the addition of a new radio, attractive magazines, and the hanging of pictures of former athletes. As usual the hops given the fall quarter were a great success. The Club also featured a private dance at the close of the sports year for its new mem- bers, while the annual banquet given by the Club ' s oldest member on the campus, Pop Owens, concluded a most successful year. Fift i Row: Tyler, L ' rquharl, and Gibbs Fniirili Rnii : Kerns, Negri, ll.ilhcrton, Vorkc, Murphy, and I ' isher Third Ron: English, Smith, llussev, Ilotnick, Ochs, Kline and Pickup .V,»w Rou: L. S. Bell, Palmer, Sutherland, HulTman, Downing, and W. «. Bell Firit Roa: Hibbert, Moore, Portcrlield, Lyne, Stroud, Waldrop, and Robinson OFFICERS W. W. Stroud W. H. jEFFRt.f A. H. PlLLFV Pre Vice-Pre Secretary-Tre sideut sidettt V. W. Stkouu President Miss Virginia Strout Norfolk, Va. Sponsor MEMBERS The Norfolk Club The Norfolk Cluh Princess Anne. We :in is composed of boys who live in Norfolk and banded together with the Intention of promoting closer relations between the boys in the club and advertising V. P. I. to the high school students at home. We hold smokers and meetings through- out the college year to bring the boys closer together. At horn a Christmas dance to provide the people at home a smaU life up here, and incidentally, to provide an opportunity for man " Cox and his cohorts to give the Norfolk femmes ,i bre This year, we had the pleasure of being host to the corps down there to see the V. P. I. -Maryland --ame. TiiC day success, game and all. It is our fondest hopu that the corps ' to give us a chance to show our " Southern hospitality. " w spon iev of r Fii St Cla k. her it wt Third Row: Smith, Dodge, ElhriJgc, liaydush, Joir-s ...iJ I ' t-ters Second Row: R. Jones, Tate, Carroll, Lockwood, Hall, Hedly and Pritchard First Row: Pulley, Cake, Jackson, Str,,ua, J.-flrrson, C.x, and Nininjer G. E. Anderson J. B. Baydush H. F. Bennett R. E. Bonwell J. T. Carrol B. Cohen W. A. Cox J. H. Davis B. W. Dodge R. C. Ethridge J. W. Haskett S. F. Hall H. A. Hcdley A. F. Jackson W. H. Jeffress S. G. Jones R. E. Jones M. D. Lockwood J. H. Nininger B. J. Peters A. H. Pulley E. A. Prltdiard B. E. Pritchard H. A. Robinett E. A. Smith M. G. Stroud W. W. Stroud R. O. Tate S. Tabet C. A. Wagley A. A. Woolford ()| I K ' KRS k. I.. W XKIN., A. A. Mi ' UNAi.i. I.. H. I.KK I ' r, •!, , nt I , r-l ' mitlint S, , n iiirs-Trriiiurrr R. I.. VAKI Fnsi.Unt Miss Mahv Ov Sfotisor MKMKIRS . M. Barnts . S. G. Biitton (). M. Clark, Tr. n. 1 . I)iinaua A. A. Hmlnall E. M. Pinm ' iigtDii, Tr. W . T. Ri c (;. f,. Smith, fr. H. ]!. S|KIKC W . A. S|iillni.in I. N. TuriuT w r. Tvlcr R. 1.. Warin- ' . K. Williams The Northern Neck C lul) Tlie Ni)rtlii-iii Ni-ck Club is n c..mr.ir;iti i-iy rii-w organization on tlic campus. It was organized in 1931, and has, since tliat time, made some worthwhile progress. The club is of a purely social nature. The purpose behind the club is to enable its members to become better acquainted while at V. P. I. The members of the club are the boys in school from the Northern Neck section of the state. Several times throughout the year the club holds smokers, in addition to regular meetings. In May the club gives a farewell banquet to the senior members of the organization. Each Christmas the club gives a dance at ls.ilm..n.,ck. 77 r, Roa: Williams, Tylei and Turner ,W-).., ?»«: Ilrittim, Smith, Dunaway, an d Pennington Firs Rim: Clark, l.ee, Waring lludnall, and Spencc OFFICERS o. J. Smith - - President w B. Bell Vice-Presidem R. C. Harrell Secr€tary-T reasurer R. N. Dardes . . . Sergeanl-at-arms The Peanut Club As the name infers, the members of the peanut club are boys from the peanut growing section of Eastern Virginia. The club is intended to pro- mote good fellowship among the boys in the club, to help the freshmen through their first year, and to advertise Virginia Tech to the people at home. We have frequent smokers and banquets during the school year. During the Christmas holidays, we sponsor a German to bring our school to the attention of the people at home and, incidentally, to have some sport. Some people like to belittle our name but we are proud of it because our particular specie of peanut has MAROON leaves and stems and it bears GOLD peanuts. ■■ ; Rou-: Long, Ricl Foiirlli Rou: Russell, Grizzard, r iird Rote: Eley, Bailey, Mines Second Raw: Kirk, Claude, Br; irdson, McGrath, and Worrcl Harding, Parker, I ' iland, and Saunders Stevenson, Johnson, Bell, and Nimmo ndon, Gillette, Earnest, and Callahan First Row Lee, Harris, Harrell, Smith, Darden, Bell, and Boone Mr . B. C. Smith Suffolk, Va. Sponsor MEMBERS C. F. Bailey G V. Beamon J. F. Bell W B. Bell P. C. Brinkley J- F. Boone E. C. Brandon, Jr J- W. Brandon R. E. Callahan R. D. Claud R. N. Darden G. i. Earnest L. L. Eley S. T. Ellis D. C. Gillette W B. Grizzard S. V. Harding, Jr G. W. Harding R. G. Harrell E, L. Harris R. C. Hines O. VV. Johnson P. .A. Kennedy . . A. Kirk S. W. Lee I. M. Long H. C. McGratl. c;. A. Ninmio o. G. Piland G. R. Prince J. D. Russell w S. Saunders 1. N. Stevenson oi riciks 1. M I ' ll.tHER ' liUl-Ul M. 1 HoiiF.SF. lu,-l ' , ii ' uirut K. C Powell S, 1 rffitry S. K. SiTHF.RL NI) T, fiiiun-r Ml. ' - Lucy Pii Pcltrsburg, Va. Spomor MF.MBP.RS V. Aldridgc V. W. Baxter f. K. Hcazk-v " M. J. Bogcse J. li. liiirgess L. ' . Curran f. K. Downing R. I.. Matthews G. W. Ncvils I. M. Pilchcr R. C. Powell R. G. Roluitson I. [.. Schwartz !). 1,. Stowc S. 1. . Sutherland M. I). Temple The Petersburg CJuh This Christmas the I ' dt-rsburg Club differed fr.mi .ill llie otlur M-uininil clubs in th.1t besides the d.mcc being n formal bid dance, all those invited were the guests of the club. The club also sponsored an Informal dance in Petersburg in the fall. One of the chief purposes of the Petersburg Club is to stimulate, among the high school students at home, an interest in V. P. I. Incidentally, it would be fortunate for Virginia Tech if some members of the Petersburg H. S. graduating class came here next year, for P. H. S. had, without a doubt, one of the best fo..tbaM tcnms in the country, in !t5 cla«, !a-t =cn--.-in. h-.,urlli •».-, , l,lnj,, r,-nirle, .ir.d H.ivl.r Third RoK. Ncvcllc, Stowe, Elder, Beaslcy, and Curran Sfconil Rote: Bogcse, Robinson, Matthews, and Burgess Firsi Rou-: SchwartJi, Sutherland, Pilchcr, Powell, and Downing J. D. VVODD B. A. RUL-KER, Jk. W. O. Smith Pr.side.n Vicc-P resident . Secretary-Treasurer . . .Sergeant-at-anns MEMBERS Central Piedmont Club Tlie fcntTMl I ' iL-dmont Club is organized each year by the students from Orange, Louisa, Madison, Albemarle, Fluvanna, Greene, Rappahannock, and Fauquier. Each year, the club ' s annual Christmas dance is welcomed regardless of where it may be given. While we are at college, our informal meetings are a source of pleasure and entertainment for the members. Club smokers and banquets comprise the social activities of the club during the time school is in session. The club has grown considerably since its organiz.ition and at present, we have a fine group of boys witii one thought in mind and that is to uphold our part of the Old Dominion while they are here. Marshall, VV. K. Miller, l.vne, Th... ne, R. V. llolhnton, W. V.. and Clore Second Raze: Fox, VVetsell, Hart, C ' .oodall, :nu lirnyle First Row: Ferneyhougli, I ' ayne, Wood, Chiles, Ruckc, Lewis, itun, I ' .. K. Mille . W. M. Bruce H. H. Chelf J. C. Clore W. A. Cowne H. H P. C. Ferncyho Fn.v R. C. Fruit J. B. Goodall V. L. r.oodall r. T. Hart R. W. Holherto W. E. Holbcrto W. W. Lewis W. H. Lync M. Marshal! H. L. Melton C. K. Miller W. K. Miller W. H. Payne S. Shumate n. R. Thoma W. H. Wetsel J. . Wllhoit oi iici.ks S. L. HniFR [. f. MOOTII H. k. I ' oI.I.ARI) I ' liiiilrnl I ui-l ' iisiiit-nt Si- reliiry - Trrtis iircr mi;mhl;rs I.. ]!;.ss I. F. Benson " S. L. l]utlcr I. J. Uo..tll R. L. Corlull J. W. Cooke A. H. Harjur S. L. Jones S. E. Kreger C. Nowell • ' . ]. Petzillger I. ' r. Poll.ml :. C. ' .inl)vck I. 15. ' nnl) ck • ' . ntiin ' ni . 15. Un]uh.irt •■. .M. WiUler R Portsmouth ( luh The Pnrtsmmilh club is one of iIk- oldest si-ctiiinnl clubs on the campus. This is bec.iuse of the f.ict th.it V. P. I. has alw.iys been one of the most popular schools for Portsmouth boys. For many years some of our best athletes have been from Portsmouth. The purpose of the club is to bring the boys from Portsmouth together at meetings and smokers so that they will know each other better and so that, when they go home, they will advertise the school, and get new stu- dents to come here. Each year a dance is given, during the Christmas holi- days, at which the club has as its guests, men from that section who are prospective students. This past year the dance was held at the Nansemon ! Hotel at Ocean View, and »a Miv -suce ful fn.ni e ery staiulpnint. ' X y. i rji }XJ m ll:ir,l R«-i: (.orhell, kre.!er, C. V.iuD.nk, J. X ' .ii.lKik, .io,l ll.i .SV.o; , Wore- VenH.r.ni. Mensem, Cooke, and Pel in.ver First Ron-. l ' r.|uliarl, U.-il. II. .il.-., I ' , .11.., I. ...,,l ,,.v.ll i J. D. Green W. T. Rice C. I. MOTHERSHEAD J. P. TOKARZ President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Rappahannock ' allc - (-lub The Rappalwnnock Valley Club is a si.cial organization. Here on the campus, It furnishes a means by which the boys from the territory represented may become better acquainted. The club adds much to the social life of its members while they are attending Tech. Regular meetings are held every two weeks and several smokers are held during the year. Each spring, a farewell banquet is given in honor of the departing seniors. During the Christmas holidays a dance is held in Fredericksburg. The success of the dance has added much to the prominence of the club and best of all, it has given prestige to V P. 1. at home. hourl i R , Moore and Ja He rinrd Rozu: White QiV : RoblOBUii, uuut, iTiuutagi Bodine, Brooks, Tokarz, Greer He ler, and King ind Smith Second Row: Robinson, Bode, Montague, Russell, Pepmier, ana smmi n, Rice, Mothcrshead, and Bruaddus First R R. G. J. B. W. S. R. R. B. J. C. S. Edwin G. H. J. R. R. C. J. B. J. C. Bode Bodine Brooks Broadus Clark Co.v Denison Herman Hopper James S. King Moore Moore Montague Pepinier Robinson Russell Smith Ware Watkins White R y. ,1. Allern E. X. Andrews H. R. Alkinscn C. W. Baber V. H. Birrh II. R. Boston K. S. Bni.iks L. A. Brown V. K. Ci.oke .1. II. Dnvis F. .M. llillon T. W " . I)re»l C. F. Kdnmn T. H. Kpes R. 1 ' . Fiiltor .1. S. Furt ' er: lli-islrr . Ilollowav Hulc ' lier Klotz . Kusterer . McCarthv .McKesson . MiMiillen Mollen . .Monteith . Phillips . Proflil ii-hnrdson r.liertson .S ' .iunderj . Shafer .Shelton I. .Shelton . Thomas .1. P.. J. W. W. B. OKHCKRS 1.. 1). Sim MOV. 1). T. M»i.Tiv T. T. JK»K... R. M. rR.icK.n Preiident I ' .r-PrriiJenI ■•i ' -Treaiurer ■ , ' • ,inf-at-art it Ml- ' Jank Fakiniui Richmond, V;i. Sponsor rhc Richmoiui ( .liih The RichmnnJ C ' luli U .,n ..ri;.,nl .,li..n c..m,[.,,-,i1 ,,| ihc slu Richmond nnd (he vicinity, .ind h;ivin for its purpose the sp( a friendly feeling among all students, especially among those city of Richmond. This year has been especially a successful one, inasmuch a has been kept from the door. A few dances held In the sumr moderate success in the financial line. This, coupled ith rathe tive individual dues, has succeeded in providing smokes for tht The Christmas dance was the outstanding event of the year f It provided no end of entertainment for those who attended an its share i f verv favorable publicity for the school. The club, h:i the wolf an honorary number «h.,i,M tinl.h the vear in fr.Mt ; and with a clear shit. ' Mits from soring of from the meetings. ■ the club. attracted ing made SixiA Rotf: McKesson, llulcher, Montieth, SchalTcr, Robinson, Mullen, I ' hillips, and Walker Fif A Rote; Bates, Cooke, Davis, Page, Edmunds, McMullen, Epcs, Harris, Mistier, and Shelton Fourth Row: Rosten, Orcwcry, Fergusim, Brooks, Andrews, Ahem, McCarthy, and Rowcn riiirj Rou: Dillon, Crocket, Holloway, Levy, O ' Connor, VVingtield, Shelton, Neale, and Birch SeconJ Ro;i ' : Atkinson, Klotx, Fulton, Kustcrer, Rabor, Saunders, Perel, and Brock First Riia: Proflit, Thomas, Jetfrcs, Richardson, Simmons, Martin, Turner, Brown, and Britton OFFICKliS W. C. ' HirEHEAD Ctiplidn F. H. Na3h Minuigcr Captain E. V. Macaief. Conch Miss Loi ' isE John Kort Tliomns, K ' Spo„!Or I ' hc Rifle Team — wc don ' t smcke Cnmels. Ni.r are we wh.nt might be shooting game, but we do know a good sport when wi ■Ing it every year at V. P. I. In the past four called c see it. :ars the cperls And e has been more than a one hundred per cent increase in the number out for the team. That should speak for itself. We, like other teams, have our ups and downs and alibis, cloud the air at times, but when all is said and it ' s still a great sport. Closing without a word for our coach, Captain E. V. Macatee, would be a grave injustice. How he has refrained from " booting " several of us o(T the team when we continue to get " buck fever " is more than we can under- stand. Wc arc all more tian grateful for the time, work and fatience that he has given us. .MK.MHKRS ' . F. Canticii J. K. Carducll J. C. Coleman J. B. Cunningham J. C. Gihbs G. W. Harding C. H. Irbv L. L. Lannac F. H. Nash R. W. Quillcn L. L. SncJck-n P. Tcirctta R. P. ' alkc■l• y. C. Whitehead " 3fl cA " ' - ' ' vwii ' !.i4- i?v;;« 7 ' 7K?W»lfi» ' .»ki!SS»»«SW ' ; «3rTJSJF iil«.l " »i ' «Z» 5i«SSS: I C.ihbs, Cardwell, Walker, ' 1 Rn ' .c: Sneddcn, Lindsay, Whitehead, Car Ita, Lannae, Canti •ri, Oulllen, Cunningham, 1,1 atee, Nash, Irhy, and H.iidii V. I). RUMAK... W. II. Kt v C. II. JlSMNI.. |. R. IlRVANT I ' rftiilrnt V. IJ. RKii. RnsoN PreiiJent Ki-cling, V.I. MEMBERS B. H. AJkins C. C. AJkins P. H. B.irkcr I- R. Brv.inl E. R. English R. W. Epperson S. R. Fitts R. W. C-.arnctt E. T. Hunt, Jr. R. T. Ingr.im C. II. Jennings E. H. Lane I- A. Lindscv I- G. Lindsev W E. M.nnning 1- II. M irtln P. J. Meyers I. G. M.ises vv R. Rcvncikis vv 1). Ricliardsn L. A. SMrPn? I- B. SL.ver n. II. V:l.len v r. WLilthciJ i: T. Winn v I.. V..unj. ' , Jr The Seminole ( ' . luh It is throiigli 5ectiiin.il clubs that the students of V. P. I. arc cn.ibled to enjoy more social activities than they otherwise would. Eeeling that this is necessary to a college education as much as classes are, the students from Danville, and the immediate vicinity, in 1929 re-organized the old Danville club into the present Seminole club, and enlarged it to take in all students from within fifty miles of Danville. Since that time the club has grown constantly, in size and in its activities. The main purpose of the club is to bring together the students in this section in order to create a feeling ol friendship, and enjoy many social activities together. The club feels that it has had a very stjcccssful year. It has held several sm()kers and a banquet on the campus and held a danci: during the Christmas furlough. The pros- pects for the future are equnlly pleasing. Fourth Ron: Winn, Ingram, and M ers T :ii,l RiKi: Lane, Moses, Starling, Efpenon, Manning, Lindsey, and Adkins Si-cnihl Rosv: Vaden, Bryant, Lindsay, Martin, Barkcs, and I ' itis hi,, I Rutc: Whitehead, Adkini, Garnetl, Reynolds, Jennings, Richardson, and Young H. H. DowNlNr, R. L. Headlev J. M. Crafton F. H. Evans, Jr. . _Vhe-P resident ecretaiy-Treasurer Sergeant-at-arms The Shenandoah N ' alley Club The Valley Club is a sectional club composed of boys who live in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia. Each year two dances are sponsored by the club during the Christmas holidays. One of them is held at Winchester and the other is held in Harrisonburg. A summer dance is a recent addition to our activities. Numerous soci.il activities, smokers, and banquets are iclconie departures from the military routine of the school year. Not only are valuable friendships made through the club, but one of its main purposes is to encourage new students to come to V. P. I. and lo help them to adapt themselves to college life. " A crowd of swell fellows— from a good section— a fine club— in the best college ' " Tliird Rate Second Ratv First Row dhanius, Wolfuson, Shanjlon, Ev.ins, Lannae, Johnsmi, .010 .Sluki McVay, Sibcrt, Cauley, Jackson, Fisher, Huflfman, and Hencry llartman, Moore, Logan, Borden, Hull, Hayley, and Uilworth Alphin, Fulton, Crafton, Downing, Kyle, Ileadley, and Foltz Miss V RGI " ' lA Dows Front Royal, Va. Sp nsor MEMBERS H. E. Alphin P. W. Cauley J. M. Crafton H. K. Dieckma. J. L. Dihv.rth H. H. Downing F. H. EVAX5, J R. B. Fisher L. A. Foltz A. L. Hartman D. Hn lley R. L. Headlev E. N. Henry J- C. Huffman R. E. Huffman C. M Hull J- N. Jackson H A Johnson H L. Kvle L. L. Lannae C. J. Logan C. G. McVay J. D. Moore, L. c; Polhamus II S. Shannon F. K. Sibert K. Stickley M D . Wolpon I ' rriidriil n r-PretidtHl ry.Trrai„.rr Mk ' . 1-. h. (.Kl Kll F..ist R.idf,.r,l, Va. MEMBERS C. D. Addington J. R. Allison k. V. Arthur R. M. Bnchman E. A. Bailcv J. M. Blessing, Jr. H. C. Broylcs W. C. Buchanan J. H. Copcnhaver J. H. Ellcr J. D. Ellct N. A. Fine J. H. Garwood J. M. Greyson J. P. Gills E. H. Hurst J. R. Hvatt J. Ingles, Jr. R. B. Krcger F. B. Moore E. A. Pais W. J. Pais C. D. Richards W. C. Roberson J. S. Zimmerman R. D Smith E. N. Vniharger Southwest irsrini;i (Juh The Southwest Virginia Club is composed of students who live in the district between Radford and Bristol. Most of the members live in scat- tered towns and it is well that there is some organization to bring these boys closer together. The club also endeavors to interest the high school students in the district in coming to Virginia Tech. The club holds regular meetings and sm »kers during the session to give the boys of this district an opportunity to know- each other better. During the Christmas holid.iys, we have a Gernmn at Marion. The dance serves the double purpose of making a good impression on the people at home and furnishing a right merry old evening ' s entertainment for all those present. Fifl i Rotr: Rtcaaing, Copcnhaver, Ellet, Rroyles and Bachman Fourth Row: Vmbarger, Pai«, .Arthur, Greyson, and Kreger Ihir.l Ron-: Hurst, Garwood, Buchanan, Ingles, Simmons, Hyatt, and Robi SecanJ Roa : Moore, Richards, Pais, Fine, Allison, and Updike Firil Ron-: Smith, Gills, Pippin, Orubb, Scott, Addington, and Ellcr The Roval Order of Skippers Contrary to popular opinion, we are proud of being the Senior privates of the V. P. I. Corps. We, not a lowly group of persons, are responsible to no man (except the Army) and we pay liomage only to beautiful women. We are the friend of the down-trodden rat and the enemy of the " eager " Soph and Junior, Woe to the man who crosses our patli, for we will nut tolerate too much military ambition in any one man. Our emblem, the historic Death ' s Head, is honored on the campus and elsewhere. A very large and rotund policeman was seen to salute it as gravely as if it had been the Stars and Stripes when it passed in the parade at Roanoke on Thanksgiving Day. Wc feel almost the same way about it. No old sea pirate that ever sailed under the same emblem ever made a bigger success of a raid than we dl.i of our Skipper Hop. We buried Mil t.irv for a nleht and ga e everynne " cits " Idr the dance. And accord- . S . Nottingham Admiral THE SKIPPERS H. E. Alpin 11 I. Backer W M. Bullies B. C. Bass V B. Bell A. D. Boice V N. Biuic R. S. Brodie J. Ij. Brown c. P. Cabell w R. Ciillahan R. S. Calhoun J. H. Carpenter C. L. Case V. B. Cauley J. W. Compton w A. Cmvne w C. ColtrcU ,T. K. ColTinan h. Cortes R. K. Cof.T J. L. Converse w J. Crabbs R. ' . Creasy J. E. Crowley JI Cnnningliaiu J. I!. Cunningliani A. h. CnnniiiKhan A. V. Deal W E. Dickerson (J. I. Earnest J. V. Edmonsja S. •r. El is !■■. R. Ensli-ll H C. Kpperly .1. " b " . (JVilall L. W. (ioodall C. S. (ioodwin ( ' . E. (irnbb J. C. (inyiiM .r. S. I ' erKUs m H. B. Fisher V. 11. Flovd R. T. Ila!! R. .M. IlalnMlou J. C. ll.iirina:i R. T. InKram A. l ' .laeksoll i ' . ! . ' li ' liv ' rson .M W. .lolinson r Mb , . I UN. ,11 Spo,,sor ' •HE SKIPPERS .T C. .Inhnstiin K K. Joiu ' s II H. KniRht .1 E. Kulm II L. Kyle M M. Lewis l J. Levy II E. Lnrilley M M. Lnws..n A. A. Maier V F. Miir.iis..n M Marshall K, E. M.K. ss.in -. D. Montague V S. Xiittlligllalll H B. Pack K. X. PenniiiBl " " li. Price I. ' . R. Prime A. F. Pr.ffil V R. Reynolds W W. Reynnlds W E. Ri.lianlsnn Carl R .l)iMs..n K V. Russell !■ I,. Sanders .1 II. Sau.ders li I,. Seay R. I». Sears It, B. Sliiire .1 R. Sini;)s..n , . 11. Stevens.in •r. B. Si,i ler (• V. .Sinilli .1 E. Smith li. I). .Smilh ( . .1. Sinilh 1,. P. Sultan H. Tabet H. U. Temple (J. ]j. Trent .1 S. Tucker C. G. Turner II. E. Turner .1. X. Turner A. B. rrquharl K .1. Vanderhn.ok H E. Waldr..]. N R. Waldr.. |. l 1,. Webster W II. Wetsel .1. . . Wilh..it .1. II. Wills A. A. Wils.in J. L. Yorke ing to till " fine reports htMrd in varimis " bull-sessions " the next day, the whole crew h.id n blonjy good time. Vet, with all our curbing of those who would aspire to military position ; with all our gripes, noise making and bread throwingi with all our tradi- tional flaunting of traditional customs; things in the Skipper ranks are not what they once were. Some of our members sigh mightily over the d.iy when the Skipper uniform consisted of all the rags one could accumulate during the first three years here; when pressed and unpatchcd trousers were things unthought of, and when a shaven Skipper was as rare a sight as n daffodil In January — for all this is no more. No better uniforms existed on the quadrangle than those in the Skipper ranks, and no group of men looked so consistently on parade than these self-same senior privates. Credit for this advancement goes both to the Skippers themselves and to the Commandant. The situation is improved — everybody likes that; both get puMic ceJit — evcr-body likes that; both priv (f.- ' v ' fil- ' - ill fhf cy.Vt f-..- f lw-n,c,.K ,. — nd nobody objects to a . ' liyLjiiiiiiiikkiL ' T. H. Prkscott J. S. Chovvnmno J. HOLAN ... President . Vice-President crelary-Treasuter T. W. PrtKfcoTT President Miss Kli.kn Prescott East Bcth.inv, N. Y. Sfo,,sor MEMliERS Theta Nu Sigma Theta Nw Sigma vvas organized in 1931 by a small gnnip of men from the northern states. Its purpose is to encourage new students to come to V. P. I. friini the north and to aid them in adapting themselves to southern customs. Theta Nu Sigma not only seeks to promote a better acquaintanceship between the students from the north, but it tries to promote a more cordial relationship between the men of the north and the south. On the campus in the past few years the club has been especially known for the type of dance it has introduced at V. P. I. The club is active not only during the schiud year, but it carries on a correspondence with prospective students during the summer. It, M. ' Rite lio ok, liwrke , ' .,, , Wio.ikr, Jeffries, Wassiuii, ijiirt , Ro ' .f Robins, Vassalotti, Diize, Cummings, Stites, TJiird Row: Simpson, Cloodwin, Wenk, Vanderbrook, Maier, Shirk, imd Haile Second Row: ]. L. Webber, Reynolds, Gallagher, Kpperly, Fidati First Row: II. K. liurke, Cliovinlng, Prescott, llolan, V. I!. Webber, and Hinr. R. R. Bailey K. M. Bostwick C. J. Burke H. £. Burke J. S. Burrows J. S. Chowning A. N. Crane M. K. Cuniniings H. G. Daily J. H. Duze H. G. Epperlv J. .. . Fasany F. N. Fidati P. I. Gallagher L. F. Garber C. S. Goodwin J. Holan J. L. Jeffries A. A. Maier H. M. Meyers T. H. Prescott L. S. Reynolds J. A. Ritchie W. T. Robins H. G. Ruzza F. K. Shirk J. R. Simpson C W. Stewart B. M. Stites B. T. Smythe R. J. VanJerhrook F. J. Vassalotti H. " m. Wassum J. 1.. Webber W. H. Webber S. A. Wenk E. I.. Windier or I Ki ks Ci. A. M )iii.i-.R W. K. l.llIANk I). I. I IVNN K. I-. Moill.KK I ' midrnt V ' uf-Pmidetit Srcrrtiiry- ' rrrtiiurfr !sfrgiuiiil-iit-(ir iis. MKMHF.RS F. M. H;.nks L. S. Hoscliain P. R. Bucko C. C. Campbfll, Jr. J. C. Coleman J. T. Evans K. G. Evans W. E. Hogc G. McAIphin F. P. Rcinhard R. W. Sheltnn W. G. Thayci- D. C. Wade H. G. Weatherly H. P. Wilson The West irii;inia ( " .luh The West lrgl.ii,i Club «.ii lirst ..rg.iiuzeJ ..ii the cjiiifus in I90.V Soon after th.it It %.is discontinued until the present club was founded, which was in 1927. Since that time the membership has grown rapidly. The club is a social organization, with purely social aims. It Is In- tended to bring the West Virginia students at V. 1 ' . I. Into closer contact, and to enable them to meet each other. This helps greatly In widening the friendships with " fellow mountaineers. " Throughout the school year smokers and Informal meetings are held on the campus. The club sponsors a dance for t he members and their guests at Rlurfield during the Christmas vacation. rhir.l Ro,i : Vil.,.n, M Alphin, Campbell, Reinhard, Rutkn Srconii Rot,: Evans, Coleman, Weatherly, Hanks, C.ivens, and Wade Fir) Rou.- Boschaln, Shclton, Eub,ink», Mohlcr, Flynn, Th.iyer, and Hogc OFFICERS . s. D. Cell- VVi V: I ' raidiul . Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer Pr.,:.le GLisgow, Va. Sponsor H. E Adkms Alphin The V. P. 1. Chapter 4-H Alumni The V. 1 . F Alurimi chapter ul the 4-H Club is a social .)rganizati(iii whose members were former 4-H Club members in their home towns. The primary purpose of the club is to bring all former 4-H Club men together in one group and acquaint them with the various activities on the campus, so that they may be leaders in the type nt wi.ik that the 4-H Club do-.s in their home towns. The club holds weeicly meetings im the campus, at which time various phases of student activities are discussed. In this way the members receive a broader contact witli student life than they would otherwise get. Several times each quarter the club has as their guests the members of the 4-H Club chapter of the Radford State Teachers ' College. These meetings take place In the Y. M. C. . , and arc in t ' le form of a social gathering. I!. C. Bass K. Cooke I. W. C.fer I. C. Coiner J. C. Clore H. Hamilton T. J. Home P. j. Myers C. C. Mast G. K.. Miller J. D. I ' o«elI E. M. Penington R. R. Reynolds L. A. Starling O. E. Stickley C. S. Winn H. E Waldrop N. R. Waldrop f,ju,ll, Ru u: Coiner, Hamilton, Keynolds, and Home 77 ;, Rote: Clore, Miller, Pennington, Cook, Cowne, Bass, and Stickley .SVro«. RiKc: Walker, Starling, Waldrop, N. R., Waldrop, II. E., Coler, a.ul Mast First Rote: Alpliln, Winn, Wood, Coler, R. S., Fisher, Powell, and Myers i Donaldson Brown, Chairman of the Finance Committee, General Motors Corporation Donaldson Brown was born at Baltimore, Maryland, on February 1, 1885. He was graduated from V. P. I. with the class of 1902 as Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering. After finishing here, he took a post-graduate course at Cornell University. Soon after completing his college education he entered tl.c employ of the B. O. Railroad in the Electrical departnent. In 1905 he was selected as Manager of the Baltimore Sales office of the Sprage Electric Company. In 1908 he entered the sales department of E. I. Du Pont de Nemours Company. In 1912 he was called into the home office at Wilmington, Delaware, and assigned to special analytical work in the office of the General Manager. Two years later he was transferred to the treasurer ' s office and was soon after elected assistant treasurer. In the spring of 1918 he succeeded the retiring treasurer. In October of the same year he became a member of the Board of Directors and executive committee, and in 1919 he vas elected to the finance Committee. On January 1, 1921, Mr. Brown resigned his treasurership with Du Pont and also his place on the executive committee to assume the duties of vice-president, in charge of Finance, of the General Motors Corporation. At the same time he was elected to the Board of Directors and finance committee of that cor- porati(m. He was later appointed a member of the Executi e Committee and Chairman of the general sales committee, and in 1929 he was elevated to the position of the finance ommittee. On June 20, 1916, Mr. Brown married Grela Du P.mt Earksdale, of Wilmington, Delaware. TECH LIFE BOOK SEVEN Donaldson Brown, Chairman ot the Finance Committee, General Motors Corporation born at Baltimon graduated from V f Science in Electr k a pust-graduate t Maryland, on P. I. with the al Engineerin.f. urse at Cornell Donaldson Brown February 1, 1885. He class of 1902 as Bachel After finishing liere, he University. Soon after completing h is college education he entered ti.e employ of the B. O. Railroad in the Electrical departn-ent. In 1905 he was selected as Manager of the Baltimore Sales office of the Sprage Electric Company. In 1908 he entered the sales department of E. I. Du Pont de Nemours Company. In 1912 he was called into the home office at Wilmington, Delaware, and assigned to special analytical work in the office of the General Manager. Two years later he was transferred to the treasurer ' s office and was soon after elected assistant treasure)-. In the spring of 1918 he succeeded the retiring treasurer. uttee. In October of thi Board of Directors and executive comi was elected to the finance Committee. On January 1, 1921, Mr. Brown r with Du Pont and also his place on the executive c assume the duties of vice-president, in charge of Fin Genera! Motors Corporation. At the same time he hi! mber of th ' ' in 1919 he treasurership committee to lance, of the ;lected to tlie Board of Directors and finance committee of that cor- poration. He was later appointed a member of the Executl e Committee and Chairman of the general sales committee, and in 1929 he was elevated to the position of the finance committee. On June 20, 1915, Mr. Brown married Greta Du Pont Barksdalc, of Wilmington, Delaware. I ' !•, C II LI I !■ OD. O.G. TECH LI F E v.p.i.-o V.M.I. -O r I ' . c II LI I I ' rKCH LIFE BIG DAY FORTHE LITTLE FELLER I i: (. 1 1 I, I I !■ SIMPLICITV C " I WI HT I WA A LITTLE ROCK- A T MONROE FITZGERALD-THE ONLY V.Rl. MAN ■ ' MOATED " iN FiVE YEAP . UNLOAD !! -ABOVE - A SrORM AMD WE AL- MOST GOT FLOODEDOUI -LEFT- l THE RIFLE RANCe A r II I i r 1 1 K I I ' .s INOI PENSABLES -BELOW- trestle bridge construction Ctechgolobrickja ' ; u ual) Ml ' M. TECH L I 1- 1{ I I N A I.S LAUNCHING A LAMPERT BRIDGE -RICHT- RETRE-AT PARADE- FINALS 11.(11 1. 1 I l " . 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OTHER HOTELS UNDER SAME MANAGEMENT THE RICHMOND rOs THE WM. BVRD Opposite Capiiol Square, Richmond, Va Opposite Broad Street Station, Richmond, Va. RICHMOND HOTELS, Inc. THOMAS GRESHAM, President GOING TO NORFOLK? iflonttrcllo Norfolk ' s Finest and Largest Hotel WELCOMES YOU Economy Rates from $2 Up Two Di tinctive Ka taurant COFFEE SHOPPE-DINING ROOM JOSTEN ' S MANUFACTURERS OF Traasure-Crajt ]ewe.lry and Stationery SINCE 1897 Announces the Acceptance of the Contract for -1936 CLASS RING- OWATANNA MINNESOTA Openings j or College -JhCen and Women EVERY year sees an increasing number of college men and women finding progressive, profitable careers in the field of Hie underwriting. More and more the business of life in- surance becomes a profession, and as such requires repre- sentation by men and women with well-trained minds If interested in a worth-while a ency connection, communi- cate with The Life Insurance Company o Virginia RICHMOND, VIRGINIA INCORPORATED 1 8? I ELLONS TA XO. 7 CHURCH AVENUE, WEST TADILODED (DQ-CDTlHEiT II U AX «» l[ ! : Y I II U I X I A GEORGE BEAMON, Representative ' TRUE THE NATIONAL r ALEXANDER BLACK, PresUent KESSLER. CasLici (Cluirliittc tnllc Uluulmi iWiik c;h. kl() r ri ' .sN iLi.i:, . ♦ ♦ ♦ Mamitai ' turcrs ot High-Grade Uniform Cloths IN SKY AND DARK HLUK SH 1)I S ' OR Army, Navy and Other Uniform Purposes And the Largest Assortment and l est (j iality CADET GRAYS Including those used at the United States Militan Aeadeni at West Point and other leading military schools ot the countrv ♦ ♦ ♦ Prescribed and hmuI h the Cadets of iR(,iNi I ' oiAii ' A.uNK. iNsirrr ' f Shenandoah Tailoring Co. " CLOTHES FOR THE COLLEGE MAN " ROLLER Uniform Manufacturing Co. MT. SIDNEY, VIRGINIA 1 The Pride of the South It i willl uical |)li;i-;ilr lluil i ' .llllliUltirc tlir cninipii- liiill (il iilli ' 1)1 lllr IlKi l nlll hmilin ' J liiiok- ill till ' Solltll. l ' ' . iM | li()l()ma[)li ill llii I k li.i- lici ' ii in.iilc liy our liv ' liU IraiiictI SUili uliu.-f |)ccially is Silmol ami College rilnlnm-a|)ll . I ' lii- unilniiii and drar ciil icprndiictinii- icpn ' sontcd ill lliis Hiifilr proxc oiicc more wlial an iiii|i()ilaiil lactor |ili()li),ma|ili i . in Imildiiii; a successlid iiiiiial. Il i- (iiih, |U()|)cr at lliis limr In cxpn-s mir sincere aj)|)rrciali()ii In Mr. (ilintdii dundwiii. I ' .d ilni-iii-dliicl . and Mr. (icnrur niirk. !!ii- ' iicss Manager, and In llii ' ivsl nf the Stall for ll ' iir nnliiinu rllorts and co-()|iciatii ii wliicli made this success possiljle. (III to(( can lia i ' llic same t |ir nl ]ilintnma|ili ill Niiiir Annual li gcttiiiji in tciicli with us. Our rc|ucMMitali i ' will glatllv go 0 IT lllc drl,lil willl Mill. Tlicrr is no ol)lii;ation or i ' |ii iisc lor this service. ZAMSKY STUDIO, Inc. go2 Clicstinit StfLct liilailelplna, l ' ;i, Clover Brand Ice Cream Manufactured hy CLOVER Creavmry Company Inc. ROANOKE, VA. RADFORD. VA. CHAS. I. LUNSFORD JAMES J. IZARD KIRK LUNSFORD CHAS. LUNSFORD SONS General Insurance Phone 2060 Colonial American Bank Building ROANOKE, VA. Caldwell-Sites Co. When in Roanoke Pay Us a Visit you will be pleased with the nice dis- play of Gifts in our Gift Shop A Complete Line of Athletic Goods that will also Meet Your Approval ' ».-•;; ' «.•: RADIOS AND ELECTRIC REFRIGERATORS 105 South Jefferson Street ROANOKE, VA. Complivmnts of Buckingham Flippin Designers oj Distinctiue Jeiuelrij LYNCHBURG - VIRGINIA QUINN- MARSHALL COMPANY WHOLESALE Dry Goods and Notions LYNCHBURG, VA. Bldck-Logdn Co. INCORPORATED One-Price Department Store Walkover Shoes, Munsingwear, Stetson Hats, Schloss Bros. Clothes, Pillow Cases Sheets, Bathrobes RAINCOATS AND TUXEDOS ONE PRICE TO ALL ELACKSBURO, VIRGINIA BLACKSBURG, VA Good Food. Well Prepared Soft Drinks Soda Fountain Cigars The College Book Store Owned and Operated by the V. p. I. Athletic Association WE KEEP YOUR REQUIREMENTS so TRY US FIRST WE WELCOME YOU And Appreciate Your Patronage . li ESSKAY Be Your Guarantee FOR MEATS OF UNMATCHED QUALITY The WM. SCHLUDERBERG -T. J. KURDLE CO. 317 E. CAMPBELL AVE. ROANOKE, VA. Burruss Land and Lumber Company MANUFACTURERS Appalachian Hardwoods North Carolina Pine LYNCHBURG, VIRGINIA 6 PLANNING MILLS 30 SAW MILLS MILLIONS OF FEET IN STOCK WHEN YOU WANT LUMBER CALL OUR NUMBER TELEPHONE 1203 BUY FROM THE MEN IN THE WOODS THE KROGER GROCERY AND BAKING CO. Choice Quality Groceries Meats Fresh Fruits Vegetables THE KROGER GROCERY AND BAKING CO. Good Luck and SUCCESS — in whatever path you may fol- low after graduation. May we wish you also the companionship and inspiration of a pipe and good tobacco. Successful men prefer a pipe and mild, flavorful tobacco to any other form of smoking. A pipe is a calm, deliberate smoke — the kind of smoke that makes for concentration and clear think- ing. Edgeworth has been a leading favorite among pipe smokers for more than 30 years. No finer ((uality tobacco is available. It is a blend of only the tenderest leaves of the burley plant, what tobacconists call the " mildest pipe tobacco that grows. " The blend and treatment of these leaves is a priceless Edgeworth secret. Ask for Edgeworth Ready-Rubbed or Edge- leorlh in Slice form. All sizes from lot pocket package to pound humidor tins. Edijeieorth is also sold in vacuum packed tins in which the tobacco t perfect condition in any t Larus Bro. Co., Richmo EDGEWORTH SMOKING TOBACCO MILDEST MADE FROM THE PIP E TOBACCO THAT GROWS T ( Blue Ribbon Lunch Techmen Are Always Welcome Opposite Ponce de Leon Hotel CHRIS AND PAUL " We Fix " ROANOKE, VIRGINIA H. M. in R TON, |K, REPRESENTING TLife Insurance (TompariY CHARLESTON, W.VA. Home Adtlrcss: Kaciford, ' ;i. Buy Your Christmas Cards FROM N 1935 Buge L. N. Restaurant SATISFACTION Our Specialty BLACKSBURG, VIRGINIA Glenn-Minnich " The Young Men ' s Shop " 106 West Campbell Avenue ROANOKE, VA. Society Brand Clothes JOHN NORMAN, (INC.) " Exclusive Tailoring " 316 SOUTH JEFFERSON STREET ROANOKE, VA. Stewards— kiinw .-ill stiidc ' iits i-i-ivc linnic iMM.Ir fcidds, :,ih1 lli:it is wliy MRS. KIDD ' S FAMOUS PIN MONEY PICKLES ((■(Hiked i]i |iiiic .-ipiilc :iii(l wine viiicgai!) :ire served III V, 1 ' . 1., . ' IS well ;is (itlier le:i,rnif; srlM.i.ls Mrs. E. G. KIDD, Inc., Richmond, Va. COMPLIMENTS OF A FRIEND Airheart-Kirk Clothing Company Incorporated CHAPEL HILL CLOTHES Favored b i College Men Everywhere 25 W. Campbell Ave., Roanoke, Va. W I L E ' 8c W I L S O X Consulting Engineers Lynchburg. Va. - - Richmond, Va. Ilesien Mild iil.ervi STEAM DIESEL AND HYDRO ELECTRR ' I ' OWER PLAXTS. I HEATIXIi, VEXTILAT- 1X(; AXD AIR COXDITIOXIXG SYSTEMS. ■ WATER SUPPLY, SEWERAGE AXD SEWAGE DISPO.SAL PLAXTS UTILITY AXD INDUSTRIAL VALUATIONS llur l tbgr J rniiurr (En. WHOLESALE PRODUCE ROANOKE, VIRGINIA Old Virginia Packing Co., Inc. PURE JAMS, JELLIES, PRESERVES, APPLE BUTTER Made Where Fruits Grow FRESH FRONT ROYAL. VIRGINIA SKE BEAUTIFUL ENDLESS CAVERNS VIRGINIA A vorit:il«li ' ilr. ' .-iiiihiiul witli faiitiiHtir, wrini foriiiiitions nf tin- inosl lioauliful colors imiiKin iililc. Coiiiiidort ' il tlic (greatest Ciivcrii in viirirly of 8|)i ' i ' t:ieul;ir settings. Arlistii- lif liting inldx to iMi.joynuMit. Tw.i ' ii.ili-s Snnlh nf N,-«- M.-irki ' t, V:i. Hi-nu liliil lu,l ' ... t, ■.■,!■ II. .■.iw , ;;rc.uiiil :iiiil iiiiiscinn. ENDLESS CAVERNS, INC. Endless Caverns, Va. RICHARDSON-WAYLAND Electrical Corporation General Electric Air Conditioning 122 est ' ' ' ml Church Ave. Furnaces - roanoke, va. ■ELECTRICALLY AT YOUR SERVICE ' MEET ME AT THE TEXAS TAVERN 114 WEST CHURCH AVENUE ROANOKE, VA. r,c HAMBURGER CHILE, lOc DENVER AND WESTERN SANDWICHES We Sc.it lOOn Pooplp -in at a TiiiiP HERFJONES CO. I luliaiiapolis, 1 ml. College Jewelers M ki:rs oi " ' nil ' , k) u CLASS Kl (.S WE LEAD. OTHERS FOLLOW C. C. BOVA COMPANY ROANOKE VIRGINIA WHOLESALE FANCY FRUITS AND VEGETABLES We Are The Largest Dealers in Southwest Virginia. The House of Quality and Service JOHN M. OAKEY INCORPORATED National Selected Morticians 124 CAMPBELL AVENUE, WEST Telephone 61 ROANOKE, VA. AUTO AMBULANCE SERVICE kRICHMONDJ Bk GUANO H 1 STANDARD ▼ SINCE 1892 Deady Studios LYNCIiBURQ. ViRQIMIA The Makers of III- IT 18 19 22 28 as CLASS KINO The Chas. H. Elliott Co. ENGRA VERS PRINTERS JEWELERS Lehigh Avenue and Seventeenth Street PHILADELPHIA, PA. 1m- .J Frank Thomas Company, Inc. The White Uniform House IviHiwii tliriiiiirliniit tlii ' Service ;is iiiiikiT ' ( r the I ' .est Wllites ijiade in llie Sl;iles fakers of PALETOTS for tlie (Masse; of 1930. l!i:n. l!i:5-J ;m.l l!t34 .Makei-s of .Mess Jackets for ' . I ' . I. Cori Hm.lDdqner Co. (Incorporated) SUPPLIES For Hotels, Reslauran ' ts Bakeries and Insli " lutions IDdshinqton bdltimore M. D. FITZQERALD Met. 1681 Res. Alex 617 ' J THE VIRGINIAN HOTEL In the Center nnd Hcnrt of Old Virginia On IntercNcting U. S. RoiitcK 20 and 60 ONE OF VIRGINIAS BEST LYNCHBURG - VIRGINIA Build Along lV,ll THE NEW DEAL -•.-•■■■•- ' S -f ECONOMY Lumber Company (INCOKHOkATKU i CHRISTIANSBURG, VA. " Materially at Your Service " Murphy ' s III HOTCL l ic»4MOMc,Va. Where college men and their families find peace and comfort— good food and true southern hospitality. ill ' THE PICTURES CAN ' T BE TOO GOOD STUDIO Staunton, a. MORK lli.in cv.T licforf, |U:ilit.v li;is licinnu ' .111 iiii|M rt. ' iiil f;i(t(ir in Colli-Ki- Ainiuiils EvorytliiiiB to oxpicas skill. tiilirii(nir, ;iiti.stry, is icvc.mIimI in cuir jirints Tlirv iirv the only mati ' ii. ' il proof of our iiliility, tin- only visihli- I ' viiU ' ni ' o of the valur of onr jiliolo graphs . ' inil uirrkTuaiiship. TRY US The 1934 Bugle IS BOUND IN A KINGSCRAFT COVER Desiened and Produced hy the KmCSFOK PRESS Kingsport, Tennessee C. T. SCOTT MANAC.KR Meliance v omipaiiy OF PITTSBURGH I 206-7 State- I ' laiUcTs Hank Huililinu; Kl( I 1 |() I), . Mid-way Service Station Between Blacksburg and Cliristiansburg Esso OFFICIAL Standard ' MOST POPULAR STATION FOR ALL V. P. L MEN " Complete Car Service Day and Night " SUNSHINE " KANODE. Manager Compliments LYNCHBURG ENGRAVED ANNUALS ARE BUILT UPON YEARS OF EXPERIENCE AS SPECIALISTS IN THE FIELD OF SCHOOL PUBLICATIONS I N successfully (uiniling the requirements o( the modern College AnnudI SiaU we have combined 4 comprehensive and systematic n with that high standard of quality , . the production of fine yearbootts. Lynchburg engraved annuals ai built by an organization specializing on school annuals exclusively, thereby assuring each staff of the personal and intelligent assistance necessary in the planning and designing of a truly satisfactory boolt. LYNCHBURG ENGRAVING ■COMPANY- LYNCHBURG • VIRGINIA ANNPALg ft BROWN-MORRISON CO. PRINTERS AND LITHOGRAPHERS LYNCHBURG • VIRGINIA » ■ ■


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