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Book No...^3>llc 

1962 

LIBRARY 

OF 

Washington and Lee University 

LEXINGTON, VIRGINIA 



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NINETEEN HUNDRED SIXTY-TWO 




Published Annually 
By the Students of 

WASHINGTON and LEE 
UNIVERSITY 

Lexington, Virginia 

Joseph L. Goldstein 

E(litor-iii-(,h ivf 

Robert C. Wood 

Business Manager 



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Contents: 



ADMINISTRATION ... 8 
CLASSES ... 20 
ORGANIZATIONS ... 80 
HONORARY FRATERNITIES . . . Ill 
SOCIAL FRATERiMTIES ... 126 
FEATURES ... 166 
ATHLETICS ... 180 



• • • 



The Washington and Lee Swing 



Come cheer for Washington and Lee 

We're going to win anofher victory. 

The White and Blue we will ever wave in triumph 

for the University. Rah! Rah< Rah! 

Fight to the finish, we are with you. 

Break through the line on every play, 

Rush the ball on down the field. 

And we will win this game today 

When Washington and Lee's men fall in line. 
We're going to win again another time. 
For W &L,I yell, I yell, I yell. 
And for the University I yell, I yell, 
And we will fight, fight, fight for every yard, 
Circle the ends and hit the line right hard, 
And we will roll old Sweet Briar on the sod, 
Rahl Rah! Rah! 





DEDICATION 











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Dr. ('.oulliiiK an<l Dr. I'liillips c-onfci-ring on a I'nivci-sity mailer. 



I»K. CIIAKI.KS F. rmiJJi's 




UK. SIDNEY M. \i. COl 1,1. IN<, 



To Two Friends and Teachers 

Who Symbolize the Spirit 

Of The W. & L. Swing 



DR. SIDNEY M. B. COULLING 



DR. CHARLES F. PHILLIPS. Jr. 



Just as tilt' Washington and Lee Swing has rep- 
resented the progressive course tliat our University 
has pursued during the past few years, so have two 
of the younger memljers of the FacuUy become 
symbolic of this pervading attitude. Both of these 
men are endowed with active and incjuiring minds 
and have established reputations for demanding 
academic excellence. Both have distinguished them- 
selves for their fairness, friendship. (>ncourage- 



ment, and the fact that their offices are always 
open for counsel and advice. Both are energetic 
and ambitious and are presently engaged in active 
research. In short, we look upon these two men — 
our contemporaries in spirit--as symptomatic of 
the driving force here at Washington and Lee, and 
it is with deep respect and gratitude that we dedi- 
cate this 1962 Calyx to SIDNEY M. B. COUL- 
LING an.] CHARLES F. PHILLIPS, JR. 



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Fight To The Finish, 

We Are With You . . .'' 






HERBERT S. SALOMON 
Managing Editor 

ROBERT E. PAYNE 

Assistant Managing Editor 



WALKER Y. RONALDSON, JR. 

Assistant Editor 



JOHN W. POYNOR 
Administration Editor 





President 
of the 
University 



DR. 

FRED 

CARREVGTON 

COLE 



Dr. Fred Cariiiigtun Cole wa- formally installed as. president of 
Washington and Lee University on May 7, 1960. He assumed the 
duties of the office on September 1, 1959. succeeding Dr. Francis 
P. Gaines, who had served as president since 1930. The announce- 
ment of President Cole's selection as Dr. Gaines' successor was 
made by the University's Board of Trustees on June 11. 1959. 

President Cole came to Washington and Lee from Tulane Uni- 
versity where he had served as academic vice-president since 1954. 
He joined the Tulane faculty in 1946 as an associate professor of 
history; in 1947 he was promoted to full professor and named 
dean of the college of arts and sciences. 

A scholar of southern history. President Cole received his A.B., 
M.-^., and Ph.D. degrees from Louisiana State University in 1934. 
19.36, and 1941 respectively. While at L.S.U. he served as editorial 
associate of the Journal of Southern History from 1936-41 and 
managing editor from 1941-42. He also served as co-editor of the 
Southern Biography Series and history editor of the Louisiana 
State University Press. 



During World W ar II he was a gunnery officer in the Na\y, and 
-aw extensive sea duty before being placed in charge of the revi- 
-ion of the "manual of the medical department" for the Navy. 
After active military duty. President Cole served as an editor, 
writer, and historian for the Air Force for a year. 

He has served on various boards and councils: the Southern 
Regional Educational Board, the Fund for the Advancement of 
Education, the Ford Motor Company Scholarship Program, and 
special consultant to the Ford Foundation in New York City, 

Since coming to Washington and Lee, President Cole has been 
named a trustee of the College Entrance Examination Board and 
a member of a special study committee of the College Art Asso- 
ciation of America. 

Washington and Lee University is indeed fortunate to have such 
a man as Dr. Cole as its president; for in him are combined the 
best qualities of educator, scholar and administrator, and it is 
with him that Washington and Lee will progress during the 
coming years. 



Board of Trustees 



TRUSTEES EMERITI 

THE HO^ORABLE HARRY FLOOD m RI) Berryville, Virginia 

HERBERT FITZPATRICK llunti.ifiiun. We?t Virginia 

WALTER A. McDonald Cincinnati. OI,i„ 

TRUSTEES 

JAMES R. CASKIE Lynchlmrg. Virginia 

JOSEPH E. BIRNIE Atlanta, Georgia 

JAMES S. BUXTON Memphis, Tennessee 

CHRISTOPHER T. CHENERY New York, New York 

MRS. ALFRED L DuPONT Wilmington. Delaware 

JOHN F. HENDON Birmingham, Alabama 

THE HONORABLE HOMER A. HOLT .... Charleston, West Virginia 

DR. JA.MES M. HUTCHESON Riciimund. Virginia 

JOSEPH L. LANIER We-t l'..int. Georgia 

JOSEPH T. LYKES Jampa. Florida 

LEW IS F. POWELL, JR Richin.ind. Virginia 

DR. HOUSTON ST. CLAIR Tazewell. Virginia 

THE REVEREND JOHN N. THOMAS Richmond. Virginia 

THE HONORABLE KENNON C. W IIIIJT.K ... Martinsville, Virginia 
THE HONORABLE JOHN M. WISDOM .... .Ncu Orleans, Louisiana 




jAMKS HANDOI.I'H (ASKIE 
Rvctor 




^hMH) I KIT 11. I!l..in: .■-I. <:lair. La/iier. 'Hi., ma-. H..I1. W liil.-hca.l. 
( olc. ( a-kii'. Mallingly. Hiilchcson, Hcnd.in, Clicncry. 





WILLIAM W. PI SEY, I'h.D. 
Dean of the College 



CHARLES P. LIGHT, M.A., LL.B. 
Dean of the Law School 




LEWIS W. ADAMS, Ph.D. 
Dean of the Commerce School 



The Deans and 



HENRY L. RAVENHORST, B.S. 

Manager of \etfrans' Hou^ins Project 

ANDREW B. VARlNEK Assi-Iant Irpasiirer 

HENRY E. COLEMAN. JR., \.M.L..S Librarian 



FRANK A. I'AR.S0NS. B.A. 



-\s.sistant to the President 
for Institutional Research 



EDWIN H. HOWARD, M.S Registrar 



JAMES W. WHITEHEAD. L.H.D. 

.Administrative Assistant to the President 



RUPERT N. LATTl.RE, M.A Director of Fresliman W orl< 

P^REDEKICK A. EEDDE.MAN, M.D University Physician 



■^KXTKi). Lkh Til Right: Ravenhor^t. Yarner. Culenian. Parson 

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Seated, Left Tu Right: Whitehead, Feddcjnan. Latture. Howanl. 







FRANK J. (,ir,I.IAM, M.A. 

Dean of Stuflpnts 



EARL S. MATTINGLY. A.B. 
l/iiirersifv Trpasiirrr 



DAVID W. Sl'Rl M, Tli.D. 
issocinlv Di-ull of Slinlrnlx 



University Officials 



A. PRESCOTT RO\\E. B.A. 

Assistant Directcir, Infrirmatidii Services 



C. HAROIJ) LAUCK. A.B., F.R.S.A. 

Sii|iprinlen(lenl. ,[(iiii nnlisni Pit 



MEKLK C. HARTLEY. B.: 



Residenl Mana.ser. Slater F I Service 



D0UC;LAS E. BRADY. B.S. 



■iuiJerinli-nilenl. Biiil(lino> ami (Iroiind- 



.JOHN 1!. FOX. B.B.A. 



CI I \HI,ES F. MURRAY 



Supervisor. .Statistical Recorus 



Universiiv I'roctdr 



l.Ol IS W. IKIDCE.S. Ph. I) Reli^M.Hi- \ciiNiiic^' Dirrcliir 

Wll.l.lWI C. W VSHIURN. B.A \liimni .S,-crciary 



.StATtD. Lt;KT Tcj Ri<,HT: Barllix. Biaih. LaiK k. Rnwt 



;\TKn. I.Ki T 1(1 Rk.iit: W ashlmrn. Fn\. Murray, Hodges. 




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English 



JAMES BOATWRIGHT. III. M.A. (Duke University), In- 
structor. 

ARTHUR ROSS BORDEiV. JR.. Ph.D. (Harvard University). 
Professor. 

WILLIAM FRANKLIN B'l ERS, M.A. i Columbia University), 
] {siting LerturiT. 

WILLIAM ■WELLS CHAFFIN. LL.B. (University of Rich- 
mond), Instructor. 

SIDNEY MATHIAS BAXTER COULLING. Ph.D. (Univer- 
sity of North Carolina), .4ssistant Pioji'ssor. 

DOUGLAS TURNER DAY, III, M.A. (University of Vir- 
ginia) , Instructor. 

CECIL DeGROTTE EBY. Ph.D. (University of Pennsylvania). 
Assistant Froiessor. 

FITZGERALD FLOURNOY. Ph.D. (Yale University). Pro- 
fessor. 

JACK BAILEY MOORE. .M.A. (Columbia University). 
Instructor. 

ROWLAND WHITEWAY NEL.SON, Ph.D. (Northwestern 
University), Professor. 

GEORGE L. ROTH. Ph.D. (Princeton University), Visiting 
Lecturer. 





Dr. Arthur Koss Korclcn, Jr., Acting Hearf of the Depart- 
ment of English. 



Academic 



Chemistry 



Dr. William Wehh Pus.y, III, Mead of the De- 
partment of German and Russian. 



LUCIUS JflNIUS DESHA. Ph.D. (Johns Hopkins University), Professor 
Emeritus. 

ESMARCH SENN GILREATH. Ph.D. (University of North Carolina), 
Professor. 

JAMES KEITH SHILLINGTON. Ph.D. (Cornell University), .issociate 
Professor. 

WILLIAM JOSEPH WATT. Ph.D. (Cornell University), .issociate Professor. 

ROBERT DALLAS WHITAKER, Ph.D. (University of Florida), .issistani 
I'rofessor. 

JOHN HICE WTSE, Ph.D. (Bro«n Univer^ii> ). Professm. 



Dr. Esniareh S. Gilreath, Head of the Department of Chemistry, 



German and Russian 



DAVID BRUCE DICKENS, .M.A. (George Washing- 
ington University), In.structor. 

WILLIAM WEBB PI SE^ , III. Ph.D. (Columbia 
University), Professor. 

BUFORD STUART .STEPHENSON, M.A. (Univer- 
sity of Minnesota), Assistant Professor. 








(.hal•Ie^ P. Light. Jr.. D.aii of |Ih> School of Uiv. 



Departmen ts 

Physics 

ROBERT WILLIAM DICKEY. Ph.D. (.Idms H..|ikins University). Distii,- 
aiiished Lecturer. 

WILLIA.M KEE,\.S, B.S. iVirsiinia Military lii-lilulct. Crailiiare AssisKinf. 

JAMES J. POLLARD. M..S. i Gem-ia In-tilul.- of TerliiK.lo-y ) . Professor. 

J. THOMAS RATCHFORD. Ph.D. ( U^iv,■r^ity ..f Virfiinia), .4ssistant Pro- 
fessor. 

HENRY LOUIS RAVENHORST, P..S. ( W as|iini;t..n ami Lee University). 
.Associate Professor. 

EDWARD FELIX TURNER, ,IIU. I'liD. (Inivei-ilN nf Vir^.inia). Professor. 



Ur. Edward F. Turner, Jr.. Mtad of the U.-parliiunl of I'hvsies 



Laiv 



r. .\lUNFORD BOM), LL.B. (University „f Virfrinia), Visitini: 

Professor. 

CHARLES VAILL LAUGHLIN. J.S.D. (University of Chi- 

casio), Professor. 

CHARLES PORTEREIEID I.ICHT. JR., I. LB. iHarvanl 
I niversity), Professor. 

CHARLES RICE McDOW ELL. LL.D. iC.ntre Collet;ei. 
Professor. 

WILFRED lULIUS KITZ. .].S.\K (Harvanl UniNri.it> I. Pro- 
fessor. 

JAMES WILLIA.M HORNE STEWART, LL.M. i Harvard 
University), .Associate Professor. 

CLAYTON EPES WILLIAMS. LL.D. i Hamjiden-Sydnev C,d- 
ieu.r). Distini^iiisheil Lecturer. 








Dr. Jiiiiu's (p. Lfvlmrn. Uviul <>i ihr Ot pai I- 
menl of Soriologry. 



Sociology 



.MARSHALL WILLIA.M FISIIWICK. I'h D. ( > al.- 
University), Professor. 

RUPERT NELSON LATTURE. M,\. iWa-hin^io,, 
and Lee University). Professor. 

JAMES GRAHA.M I.EYRUKN. I'li.D. Male Univer- 
sity), Professor. 



*-£^\.,i^-.,J% 



Commerce and Economics 

LEWIS WHITAKER AUAMS. Pli.l). i Cornell University). 

My'dEARDORFF cook. jr.. PI..I). 'Ohio .State Univer. 

THOvf/fELMER ENNLS. M.H.A. .Iniver.ity of North <:aro. 

1J??^IN^C^YB^0K^RIKFITH. n,.,.. a n.er.ity o( V,,- 

jljifi'McK^iE CliNN. ,IR.. M.A. O^ri„.e,o„ l.„iver,it> , . 

HARMo/ThA^MES. l-h.l). ani^er-itv of Virginia.. 

lEms'KlmToHmoS. IM..1>. '<•!-> -'^.^ UniverMty,. 

STANLEY TODD LOWRt. Ph.D. iLouiMana Slate Univer- 

C^ANDtEBB^t-CXOUD. Ph.D. a = „i.er.t> o, Texa^., 

CHARt'Es'tl^XNkLlN PHILLIPS. .|R.. Ph.D. ( Harvar.i I ni- 
versitvl. Assislani ProlrsiOr. 





Dr. Lewis W. Adams, Dean of the School of Conunoroe 
and Economic*. 



Academic 



Geology 

SAMUEL J. KOZAK, Ph.D. i State UniNe.-iu of loua). .^sshtant Proicssor. 
CLARENCE EVERETT ROBERTS, M.S. (University of Vir^-inial. Inslrurior. 
EDGAR WINSTON SPENCER, Ph.D. (Columl.ia University), Associate 
I'rolcssor. 



Major E.lward J. Roxburv. Jr., Head of the 
Department of Military ^elence. 



Dr. Edgar W. Spencer, Head of the Department of Geology. 



Military Science 

HUGH .IWIE.N H\l.l.. .IK., Capi.. I!.S. 
.States Mililarx A. achniM . AssislanI I'roh-s 

.[AMES THl)\l\s \I. MILLION. S.F.C., // 

lOHN l'\ri. \l\irilK\\>. \l S^i., It.S. 
liU ,,l California. Southern liraneh). Inst 

(;k()K(;k w. mii.lkk. Capi., i!.>. 'i nii^ 

Military Academy), Assistant I'rolrsstn^ 

ANDREAS JERSIIN MOl.LFH. \1aj., 11 
\ersity of Marylanill. Ass.uialr I'mhssor. 

JAMES NOKHIS OI.IVKK, \1 Sii.. hi-.!, 

EDWARD JAMKS KOXlJl lO . \laj.. \1.\ 
bia University I. /Vo/es.sof. 





Dr. Williimi <;i<.aM>ii I5.;ui. H.a.l of lli,. I).i.;,,tiii<iil 
of Uisloi-,. 



Departmen ts 



Fine Arts 

-MAKSIIALI. WILIJWl FlSHWK.k. I'h.l). i 'i air L niver^ily l , /Vo/.^vvw. 

CECIL l)EK\\E\r JOiXES. JK.. Ph.D. dnivf-rsitx „f Illinois,, Assistant 
Proitssor. 

.\I.\KrOiN .\l(.).\T.\(;ilE JUNKIN, An- I), i W a-lnn-t..,, an,l Lee Universilvl 
I'rofcisiir. 

ROBERT .'STEWART. \L\L (Ameriean C„n.eival..rvl . I'roirssor. 



History 



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\\ILLIAM GLEASON BE\N. l'l,.|). ( Harvar.l University). 
i>I,I.1\(;ER CREN.SHAW. Ph.I). (.|„l,ns H,>|,kins Lniversiiv) 

I'liilrssnr. ■ ' 

\IAR,SHALL WILLIAM FI.SHWICK, I'h.l). I^ale Univer- 
sity). Professor. 

THUMA.S PARK HLGHFS. Ph.I). dniversitv nf Virt:inia). 
As.soriate Prolfssor. 

WILl.LAM ALEXA.NDER .|E.\K.s, Ph.D. (Colnmhia Lnive,- 
sity). Professor. 

ROBERT W. KENNY. .\LA. lUniNers,,, ,,| \|i„„esniai. 
.■issistaiit Professor. 

ALLEN WE.SLEY .MOGER, Ph.I). iCulumhia I ni^ersity). 
Professor. 

LEON FRANKLIN SENSABALGIl. Ph.I). (.|„l,ns H..|,kins 
University). Professor. 

CECIL OLIVER .S.MITH. Ph.I). i llarvani I niver-il>l. Issisl- 
ant Pruiessor. 

<:HARLE.s WILSON TURNER. Ph.D. (UniverMiv of \linne- 
sii(a), Professor. 




Dr. Kenn.lh P. .Si, v.iis, Il.a.l of llir D.pail 
iiitiil of Ki<■Io■:^. 



Dr. Marion .M. Junkin, Head of the Departincnl of Fine .Arts. 




Biology 



LY.MAN R. E.M.MON.S. Ph.D. lU^i^ersity .pf Vir- 
ginia), Assistant Professor. 

JAMES HOLT .STARLING. Ph.D. iDuke Univer- 
sity) , Professor. 

KENNETH PORTER .STEVEN.S, Ph.D. i Prineei..„ 
University), Projeisor. 



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WASHlN^ifrN 



Mathematics 



KOBERT WJMER ROVSTON. Pli.l). (Jnh.i- H..|ikin^ Uni- 
\er^ity). I'rojr.'sor. 

FELIX PERR\ WELCH. Ph.D. i LniverMly cf rilinnis). Pro- 
li'ssor. 

CHARLES WILEY WILLIAM.'^. Ph.D. i llniversity of Vir- 
ginia), Associate Professor. 

HENRY GORDON WILLI A \L^. M.A. (Duke University). 
Instructor. 




Riippit \. Liiltiiie, Head of llip Dcpaitin.i.l «( 
l*olitiral Srii'iirr. 




Dr. Felix F. Welch. Head of the Depailnient of Mathe- 
matics. 



Academic 



Re ligion , Ph ilosophy 
and Classical Languages 

ED'S IN M. CLRLEY. A.B. (Lafayette Cullefie), Instntclor. 

P.\UL COLLINS HAYNER, Ph.D. (Gihiml)ia University), Associate Professor. 

LOUIS WENDELL HODGE.^. Ph.D. iDuke University), Assistant Professor. 

DAVID WORTH SPRINT, Ih.I). ( Princelcn Theological Seminary), Pro- 
fessor. 



Dr. David W. SprunI, Head of the Depailnient of Religion. 



Political Science 



MILTON COLVIN. Ph.D. ( I iiiverMlN ..f Hei.lelherg. 
Germany), .-issociale Professor. 

RUPERT NEL.sON LATTURE. M.A. ( Wa^iingion 
and Lee Lniver-ilv ) . I'rofessur. 

JAMES GRAHAM I.EYBl R.\. I'h.D. i ^ al^ I ni^^,- 
sity) , Professor. 

.\LLEN EDGAR RAGAN, Ph.D. (Ohi.. Slate Uni- 
versity), .4ssociate Professor. 

JOHN HARVEY WHEELER. Ph.D. iHanard Uni- 
versity), Professor. 




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Dr. I, in Ion I,. Barrett. Head of the Department of 
Romance Language*. 



Departments 



Journalisin 

JAMES PAXTON DAVIS, A.I!. (.I.ilm. H..pkinv UnivrTMiy) . Associate Pro- 
Ifssor. 

.lOHN KELLEY JENNINGS, A.H. i W a-h\ntiU>„ nnd le,- Inixersilvl. 
Instnirlor. 

D^CAK W F.JFIF.RHDII) KIKCEI,, \I.\. iColumhia I niver^itv I . I'mirssor. 



Romance Languages 

LINTO.N I.UMAS BAKKFTT. I'li.M. ilnivr.siiy ..f Nurili 
(.arolina), Froiessor. 

CARLYLE WESTHKOOK HAKKII r. I'li.I). dniversiiy „f 
Virginia). Associate I'mirssm. 

GEORGE FRANCIS DRAKE, I'h.D. i Universiiy „f N„rtl, 
Carolina). Professor. 

BOYD ROSS EWINC;. JK., I'h.l). iCnrnell UnivrrMly), 
Associate Professor. 

EDWARD BUCK HA.MER, I'li.D. 1 1 iiiv,rsii> „f N„rih Can,- 
lina), Associate Professor. 

.lA.MES SINGLETON PATT1 . Fh.l). llMi^el>ily „f N„rili 
Canilina), Associate Professor. 

JAY LAURENCE TAYLOR. B.A. ( N.h 1 ,„k Lniv.iMix). 
Insliiiitdi. 

-'TAMSLAV ZIMIC, \LA. lllniver^ilv (,f \lianiil. Instructor. 




Dr. V;illiam M. IlinKm. Head of the Depart- 
iitenl of I•>v<•holo^^. 



Oscar Wetherhold Rii'geL Head of the Department of Journalism. 




Psychology 



WILLIAM MILLER HINTON. IMi.D. lOliio Statr 
liniver>itv ) . Pruhssor. 



LEONARD EVERETT JARRARD, Ph.D. (Carnefrie 
Institute of Tedinolosy) . .■IssislanI Professor. 




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When Washington And Lee 's 

Men Fall In Line . . . '" 





E. COTTON RAWLS, JR. 

RICHARD A. COPLAN 

Editors 



Charles P. Light, jr. 

i)oau of the School of Laiv 




School of Law 



Class 
Officers 



SENIOR CLASS 
OFFICERS 

JOHN PAUL E.xecuthe Commilteeman 

HENRY CARTER President 

OSIE GAY / ive-l'resulent 

JOHN KIRK Secrelaiy 

LEIGH ANSELL Historian 



INTERMEDIATE CLASS 
OFFICERS 

TIMOTHY IRELAND 

Executive Cuniniitlecnuiii 

UALTON BAL GESS President 

WILLIAM CLARK J u-e-President 

FRANCIS DUCKWORTH •^e,retar) 

JOSEPH HESS Historian 



FRESHMAN CLASS 
OFFICERS 

THURMOND BISHOP 

Execu/ire Coniniilteenian 

WYA'rr DURRETTE. JR President 

JOHN CANTERBURY lice-President 

MICHAEL PITT Secretary 

SAMUEL SMITH Historian 




First Row. Left to Right: Hess. Baugess. Clark. Second Rou : Diukucirlli. 




First Rcju. Left to Rn.iii; I'llt. iJuni-li.-, Caninbury. Sklomi Rou : .Smilii. 



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• W. LEIGH ANSELL. Lexington, Virginia. nKA; Phi Delta Pi: Freshman Camp Counselor: 
Concert Guild: Bohman Scholarship; President of Openings Dances; Pi Alpha Nu; Secretary- 
Treasurer: Mock Trial: Historian of Senior Law Class; Sigma. 

• CHARLES DAVID BROLL, Margate, New Jersey. Phi Alpha Delta, Vice-President. 

• HENRY LEE CARTER. Alexandria. Virginia. BBU; Historian of Intermediate Law Class: 
President of Senior Law Class: Board of Governors; Student Bar Association; Sigma Senior 
Society. 

• THOMAS LEE FEAZELL, Ml. Hope. West Virginia. President of Delta Tlieta Plii Law Fra- 
ternity; Freshman Law Representative; Executive Committee; Assimilation; Law School Board 
of Governors; Mock Trial: Mock ("nnvention Executive Committee. 



Second Row : 

• ROBERT GLENN FRANK, Salem, Virginia. Jf'ho's Who; Student Bar Association, President; 
President of Intermediate Law Class; Law Review, Associate Editor; Phi Delta Phi. Secretary; 
Board of Governors, Chairman. 

• OSIE HURLEY GAY, London Bridge, Virginia. 

• ALLAN GETSON. Elkins Park, Pennsylvania. Delta Theta Phi Law Fraternity. Master of 
the Ritual. Treasurer. Vice-President. 



• JAMES LEWIS HOWE, IlL Danville, Kentucky 
Secretary. 



■'igiiia Clii: Law Reiietc: Phi Alpha Delia. 



• JOHN MacGREGOR KIRK. Flint, Michigan. *K>I': Foolhall: Basketball: Phi Delta Phi: 
."secretary of Senior Liw Class. 

• RICHARD LEWTS LANG, Evanston. Illinois. Phi Delta Phi. Mce-Presidenl. Treasurer; Mock 
Trial. 

• ANDREW WOLFE McTHENIA, JR., Alderson, West Virginia. laic Reiiew: Phi Beta Kapi)a: 
Football; President of Student Body; Who's Who: Omicron Delta Kappa. 

• WILLIAM WILSON MOORE, Hazlehurst. Mississippi. K\: Phi Delta Pi: Pi Sigma Alpha: 
Phi Beta Kappa. 



fourth Row : 

• JOHN ABBOT PAUL, Harrisonburg, Virginia. Omicron Delta Kappa: Who's IT ho: Executi\e 
Committee. 

• JOHN PAUL PETZOLD, Augusta. Maine. Pi Sigma Alpha; Phi Delta Phi. President: Moot 
Court Team, Chairman; Intramurals; Law Review; W&L Student Lawyer. Editor. 

• RAY.MOND ROBERT ROBRECHT, JR., Plainfield. New Jersey. ■i'VS, President: Phi Delta 
Phi; Student Body Vice-president: Omicron Delta Kappa: Who's Who; Head Dormitory Counselor: 
Law Dormitory Counselor; Student Body Executive Committee: Varsity Cross Country-; Virginia 
Golden Gloves Middleweight Champion; "13" Clul). 

• LAURENCE MITCHELL S.MAIL, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. <t>rA, Rush Chairiaan; Phi Delta 
Phi; Law Review, Associate Editor: Mock Convention Chairman: Mock Trials: Scabbard and 
Blade; University and ROTC Bands; Cheerleader; Student Service Society: Historian of Sopho- 
more Class; Cotillion Club; Minstrel Show. 



Fifth Row: 

• JOSEPH .MARVIN SPIVEV. Ill, Lexington. Virginia. Phi Alpha Delta; Who's W ho. 

• CHARLES FORD STOW, III. Phoenixville. Pennsylvania. Soccer: Lacrosse; Basketball: P 
Sigma Alpha; Phi Alpha Delta; Vice-president of Student Bar Association; Law Review, Busines 
Manager; Freshman Lacrosse Coach. 

• JAMES THEODORE TATE, JR., Richm.md, Virginia. 

• FREDERICK BENJAMIN WALKER. Ridgewood, New Jersey. *Ae; Sigma. 








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• EDWARD ALMER AMES, III, Accomac, Virginia. \T\. 

• DOUGLAS EARLY BALLARD, Norfolk, Virginia. 

• KENNETH SUTTER BEALL, JR.. Palm Beach, Florida, XV A. 

• WAYNE ALEXANDER BRADSHAW, Baltimore. Maryland. *K<1'. 

• RICHARD STEWART BRICK. Northampton, Massa.hu^etts. 



Secoiifl Row : 

• MALCOLM BOBB BURTON, Bethesda, Mao'land. 

• ST.VNLEY ALAN FINK, Linden, New Jersey. 

• JOHN CLIFFORD FOSTER, III. Opp, Alahama. iAE. 

• IRA LIONEL HANCOCK. Ill, Creeds, Virginia. 

• JOHN HAROLD HARDWICK, Louisville, Kentucky, K: 



TliirtI Ro« : 

• XORRIS ALLEN HARMON, Danville, Kentucky. 

• JOSEPH EUGENE HESS, Deerfield, Illinois. 

• TIMOTHY GILES IRELAND, Akron, Ohio, nK..\. 

• BARRY WHITNEY KERCHNER, Pottsdown, Pennsylvania. 

• GERALD LEE KESTEN, Long Beach, Long Island, New York, nK..\. 



Fourth Row : 

• BENJAMIN PAKKOir LtNCH, JR., I'ort-mouth, Virginia. 

• RICHARD VINTON MATTINGLY, JR., Washington, D.C. 

• EDWARD FOLKS MEYERS, JR., Cleveland, Ohio, *iB. 

• MICHAEL WILLIAM O'DAI, Corpus Christi, Texas, IIK'h. /" Mrmoritw 

• GERALD LOUIS OUELLETTE, Berlin, New Hampshire. 



Fifth Row: 

• RICHARD DAVID KUHLE. JR. Anderscm. .Smih Carolina, K: 

• LEONARD SARGEANT, HI, Mi. Hdly, Virginia. 

• WELDON JOHN SMITH, Winnetka, Illinois. 

• PETER THORNTON .STRAL'B. Weh-tcr Groves, Missouri, i.\. 

• RICHARD KELLY WHITE. JR.. Scranton, Pcnnyslvania, K.\. 



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SlhVE C/ALEF Executive Comiiiitteenuiii 

WILLIAM ROBEirrS Executive C.mnitlecnan 

CHARLES COMMANDER President 

PEARCE HARDWrCK Academic Vice-president 

BEVERL\ DlBOSE Commerce Vice-president 

MICHAEL SPALDING Science Vice-president 

DAVID BEALE Secretary 

ROY GOODWIN Historian 








FRANK J. CILLIAM 

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First Row: 

• PETER ALEXANDER AGELASTO. III. lx)n,lnn Bridge, Virginia. <I>K^^; Dean's List: Com- 
merce Fraternity; Ririg-tiim Phi. Business Manager; Publications Board; Calyx, Feature Editor: 
University Christian Association, President; Student Library Committee; Vice-president of Final 
Dances; Vice-president of Opening Dances; Who's Who in American Colleges and Unii^ersilies. 

• RONALD HERBERT ALENSTEIN. Hyattsville, Maryland, ZBT; Ring-turn Phi. Office Man- 
ager; Troubadours; .SWMSFC Musical, Assistant Director; Mahan Creative Writing Award: 
Probes, Editor. 

• JAMES CRADDOCK AMBLER, JR., Montclair. New Jersey. *AB; University Christian 
Association. 

• WILLIAM RICHARD ANDERSON, JR.. Startex, South Carolina. Ring-turn Phi: (iraharn-Lc.' 
Society: Conservative Society: Dean's List; Honor Roll. 




Second Row: 

• JA.MES NATHAN APPLEBAUM, Forest Hills, New York, <f.En; Dean's List; Glee Club. 
President; Vice-president of Fancy Dress; Business Manager of Shenandoah : Troubadours; Ring- 
turn Phi; Soccer; Home Edition; English Seminar Committee; Cotillion Club. 

• MELBOURNE BRENT ARTHUR, Houston Texas. 2AE; Conservative Society, President. 

• JA.MES HARVEY AUSTIN, JR., Greenville, South Carolina, AX.\; Rifle Team; International 
Relations Club; Dean's List; Honor Roll. 

• HARRY GREENE BALLANCE, JR., Atlanta, Georgia, <i.|'-i; White Friar-^; Graham-Lee 
Society; Cotillion Club. 



• DAVID FISKE BEALE, Houston, Texas, AT; Varsity Basketball; Vice-president of Class; 
Secretary of Class; Vice-president of Opening Dances; Cotillion Club; White Friars; Ring-turn Phi, 
Assistant to the Editor; Southern Collegian. 

• THO.MAS EDWARD BECK, Alexandria, Virginia, AT; Basketball Manager; Dean's List. 

• DAVID WESLEY BENN, Falls Church, Virginia. Track; Swimming; Commerce Fraternity. 

• PIETER DIETS BENNETT, Clearwater, Florida, S-J-E, Historian: Debate Team; Track Man- 
ager; Forensic Union. 



Fourth Row: 

• DANIEL BLAIN. JR.. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. nK.\; Fo.itball. 

• JACK ROLLIN BLAKESLEE, Shaker Heights. Ohio, <I>AH; Track; Soccer: Varsity Club. 

• JOHN WELDON BOYLE. JR., U<ianoke. Virginia, .\.\A, President: Cross O.iintry; Ring-turn 
Phi; White Friars; Debate Team; I.F.C. 

• WILLIA.M DENNIS BRACK, Dallas. Texas, <l>rA, Corresponding Secretary; Ring-turn Phi; 
Cotillion Club; .'southern ('ollegian. Photography Editor. 



Fifth Row: 

• JOHN WILSON BRADFORD, Charleston, West Virginia. <1>I-A; Junior Varsity Lacrosse; AED; 
Graham-Lee Society ; Honor Roll ; Dean's List ; Glee Club. 

• PERRY BRANNEN, JR., Savannah, Georgia. Dean's List. 

• HAROLD HOLMES BREDELL, JR., Indianapolis. Indiana, *KM'. 

• EDWARD ALLEN BROWN, Roslyn Height-, New York, 'l-KII ; Home Edition; Soccer; Track; 
House .Managers' Association: Gaines (Juard. 





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First Row : 

• WORTHINGTON BROW N. JR.. Memplii.. Tenne 
Nu; Cotillion Club: .Siair.a. 



• CHARLES RANDOLPH BUTLER. Mnhil, 
Student Bar Association. 



AK; Kinft-liini I'lii : F..oil,all: Pi Alalia 
Maliaiiia, ITS; (:olilli,,n Cluh; ( :li.v 1 1,-ailrr ; Trark ; 



• LAWRENCE DAVID CALLAWAY. HI, Johnson City, Tennessee. 1>A0; Pi Alpha Nu; 
Delta Psi; Track: ROTC Deputy Battle Gnpiip Commander. 

• ROBERT PATRICK CARROLL, JR.. Lexin-ton, Viriinia. 



Seooml Row : 

• JAMES WALKER CARTY. JR., Frederick, Maryland. ■hK-V. Sicretao". Vice-preside 
dent; Interfraternity Council; Secretary-Treasurer of Independent Party. 

• STEPHEN RICHARD CHERNAY, Great Neck. New York, 4.1:11. Vice-president, .S,ci 
man. Rush Chairman, Pledge Master; Phi Eta Sigina; Alpha Epsilon Delta, Historian 
Collegian, Subscription Manager, Assistant Business Manager: Assistant Basketball 
Assistant Lacrosse Manager; Cotillion Club; Dean's List; Honor R(ill ; Phi Beta Kajipa. 



ial (ihair- 
Southern 
Manager: 



• PAUL BENEDICT CLEMENCEALf, Ne 



Orle 



i:AE; Dean's List. 



• CHARLES EDWARD CO.MMANDER, HI Jacksonville, Florida, *Ae; President 
Class; President of Junior Class; Lacrosse; Commerce Fraternity. Vice-president; Sig 
golian Minks. Treasurer: Pi Alpha Nu; Ring-turn Phi. 



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• CARL BIGELOW CONNELL. JR.. Bethel Park. Pennsylvania. i:.V: Glee Club; Ring-turn I'hi : 
University Christian Association; Pi Sigma Alpha; Commerce P'raternity; Dean's Li>l. 

• PETER GILLION CONRAD, .San Francisco, California. AT; Dean's List; Track; Pi Alpha Nu. 

• ANDREW JOSEPH CONROY, Cincinnati. Ohio. lUUI; Swimming Team; Pi Alpha Nu. 

• CHARLES .STEPHEN COOK, Arliniiton. Virginia. IIKA; Wrestling; Washington Literary 
Society; Graham-Lee Society. 



Fourth Row: 

• JAMES SLOAN CORBKl'T. W a-hinglon. D.C.. 'MA; L: 



\\ a^hiniiion Lilcrarv .'soi-ietv. 



• T. GRAHA.M COUCH. Shreveport. Louisiana, liBri, Secretary, President; Golf Captain: Foot- 
ball; Chairman of LJniversity Party; Vice-president of Openings Dances; Vice-president of Spring 
Dances; Commerce Fraternity; Mongolian Minks; Interfraternity Council. 

• ROBERT ALTON COUNCIL. JR., Fori Smilh. Arkansas i:.\K. Vice-pre-idei.l ; Gl.-e Club: 
University Christian Association; Sigma. 

• FREDERICK THORNS CRAVEN. JR., Concord. North Carolina. l.N; Rmg-turu I'lu: Radio 
Washington & Lee Producer; Mongolian .Mink^. President; White Friar-: Liberty Hall Society: 
Graham-Lee Societv: College Bowl Alternate. 



iflh Ro» : 



^ork. ATA: Fooiball; Track. C^ 



q.tain: 



• GEORGE ALBERT CRUGER. \..rth Tarrviowi 
Varsity Club: Winter Track. 

• HAROLD ALLEN CURRAN, Washington, D.C, Ki:. Vice-president; Scabbard & Blade; Treas- 
urer of Sophomore Class; Varsity Track; Cross-country; Robert E. Lee Research Program. 

• JERO.ME MARKS DATTEL. Ruleville. Missi->i|)pi. ZBT. Historian; Ring-lum Phi. Circulation 
.Manager; SWMSFC: Student .service Society; P,a>cliall : Vice-|)re-ident of Spring Dances: Cold 
Check Committee. 

• HAYWARD FRANCIS DAY, JR.. North Plainli.1,1, New Jcr-cv. 'MA; Football; Swimming; 
Track; Varsity Club; Vice-president of Fancy Drc-: Pi Alpha \ti: S„uth,Tn Collegian: Slater 
Football .Award. 



First Row: 

• HERALD ANTHONY DEAN, Lexington, Virginia. 

• CARTER BRAXTON DEW, New Hartford. Connecticut. XI'A- Vire^-tling; SWM.SFC Musical. 

• WILLLAM BARTON DICK. Morristown. Tennessee, ATS, Treasurer; Alpha Epsilon Delta; 
Football, Captain; Lacrosse: Intramural \S restling Champion: House Managers" Association; 
Dean's List; Moomaw Football Award. 

• ROBERT SHANNON DOENGES. Bardesville, Oklahoma, ^X. Rush Chairman, Secretary-, Vice- 
president; Interfraternity Council, Vice-president. President; SWMFC; Vice-president of Fancy 
Dress; 13 Club; Basketball: Tennis: Debate: University Christian Association; Graham-Lee 
Society. 



Second Row: 

• BEVERLY MEANS DuBOSE, III, Atlanta, Georgia, nKA, Rush Chairman; Commerce Fra- 
ternity, President; Vice-president of Senior Class; Vice-president of Spring Dances; Rifle Team; 
Honor Roll; Dean's List. 

• ROBERT ANDREWS DUNLAP. Cincinnati. Ohio. K2, Treasurer, House .Manager; University 
Christian Association; White Friars; Cotillion Club: Graham-Lee .Society; House -Managers' Asso- 
ciation; Lacrosse; Swimming. 

• GEORGE THOMAS DUNLOP ECKER. Washington. D.C., Ki); Soccer, Co-captain; Track; 
Glee Club, Business Manager; Varsity Club; Commerce Fraternity. Treasurer: Freshman Camp 
Counselor. 

• RALPH LIVINGSTON ELIAS, JR., Larchmont, New York, ■I'En, Vice-president; Head of Blood 
Drive; Publications Board; Office Manager of Southern Collegian ; Business Manager of Southern 
Collegian; Soccer, Manager; Track. 



Third Row: 

• FRANK OWEN EVANS, JR.. Milled^] 



e, Georgia, AXA. 



• PAUL ALVAN FEHN, Dover, New Jersey, AX; Basketball; Baseball; Dean's List; Young 
Republicans; Graham-Lee Society; I'niversity Christian Association; Radio Washington & Lee. 

• PETER FLETCHER. New York, New York. 

• TERRENCE EDWARD FOHS. Bahimore, Maryland, \T\; Varsity Club; Football, Captain; 
All-State Football; Little All-American Football; Lacrosse; Dorm Counselor; If ho's Who in Ameri- 
can Colleges and Universities; Oniicron Delta Kappa. 



Fourth Row: 

• HARR"! ALBERS FOLTZ. Fori Sniilli. Arkansas. *AB ; SWMSFC ; Vice-president of Spring 
Dances; Ring-turn Phi. 

• EDWARD RAW SON FOREMAN, Atlanta, Georgia, K2, Social Chairman; Glee Club; Inter 
national Relations Club; Graham-Lee Society; Washington Literary .Society; University Christian 
Association. 

• GEORGE BROWARD FOZZARI), JacksonNillc, Florida: Secretary of Mock Convention. 

• DAVID KENT ERASER, Bloomfield, New Jersey, AT. Vice-].resident; Pi Alpha Nu, President: 
1.3 Club; Southern Collegian, Assistant to Editor; Cotillion Club. 



• NORMAN RICKARD FRISBIE. Arlington, Virginia. Ki:, Vice-president, President; Cotillion 
Club; Gaines Guard; Glee Club: Interfraternity Council. 

• STEVEN ALLEN GALEF, White Plains. New York, ZBT, Vice-president; Ring-tun, Phi, 
.Assistant Managing Editor: Senior Executive Committeeman; Dance Board. Vice-president. Presi- 
dent; Liberty Hall Society. Chairman: ('alyx. .Assistant Editor; Student Service Society, President: 
Dean's List; ff'hv's U ho in Anirruan (Colleges and Universities: Oniicron Delta Kappa. 

• CHARLES EDWARD GAY, IV, .Savannah. Georgia, Ki; ; RiHe Team. 

• PARK GIL.MORE, South Fort .Mitchell, Kentucky, <I>Ae; Mongolian .Minks; Sigma; Baseball; 
Student Representative to the (Committee on Varsity Athletics. 








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First Row : 

• JOSEPH LEONARD GOLDSTEIN, Kiiig^lree. Soutli Carolina. ZliT, Secretary; Calvx. Editor- 
in-chief. Manafiint; Editor, Fraternity Editor; Phi Beta Kajipa; Puhlications Board, Secretary; 
Student Lihrary Committee, Secretary-treasurer, Chairman; Plii Eta Sigma, President; Alpha 
Epsilon Delta; Phi Beta Kappa Sophomore Award; Freshman Chemistry Award; White Friars; 
Dean's List; Honor Roll; Wlui's Who in Uiicriran Collr';,-^ niiil l',iir<Tsilir>. : Oniicron l).-ltu 
Kappa. 

• ROBERT ROV GOOD\\ IN, Augusta, Cc.ryia, KA. President; Sifima Delta Chi. President; 
Editor-in-Chief of Ring-tiim Phi: Publications Board, Vice-president; Mongolian Minks; Sigma; 
Conservative Society; Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities; Omicron Delta Kappa. 

• THO.MPSON WEST GOODWIN, Roanok.', Virginia, noil. Vice-president, S.-cretary; Varsity 
Foothall; Tcnni-: Wrestlinj; ; Mongolian Mink-; lmi-in;ilional Rclatic.n- Cluh; Virginia All-State 
Football Team. 



• J.AY CHARLES GREEN, Baltimore. Mar\land. /.I!T; 
\ ice-president of Spring Dances; Troubailour-. 



Head Ch. 



SWMSFC Musical 



Second Row : 

« .lAMES ANDERSON G^S INN. .IR.. Huntington. West Virginia, iWK, President. Vice-President; 
Sigma; White Friars, President; Scabbard and Blade; ROTC Battle Group Executive Officer, Battle 
Group Staff; Intcrfraternity Council; Soccer; Baseball. 

• JAMES DONALD HAGUE, JR., Lexington, Virginia. Troubadours; Seminars in Literature 
Committee; Washington Literary Society, Vice-president. Secretary-Treasurer, President. 

• ROBERT WILLIAM HAMNER, Hamilton. New Hampshire. <i>K::, House Manager. Vice- 
president; Tennis; Scabbard and Blade. 

• PEARCE DOWNTON HARDWTCK, .Milwaukee. Wisconsin, liHII, Treasurer; Phi Eta Sigma; 
Dean's List; Honor Roll; Basketball; Baseball; Dance Board; Secretary of Sophomore Class; 
Openings Dance President; Vice-president of .Senior Class; Cotillion Club Co-|>resident; White 
hriars; Who's Wlio in Amerirun Colleges anil Vniiersities. 





Third Row: 

• RALPH OSBORN HARVEY, HI, Wichita Fall-. Texa-, *lCi:. Pledge Trainer; Pi Aliiha Nu; 
Cotillion Club. 

• HENRY CLAIBORNE HAWTHORNE. liUidield. W e>l Virginia. *Ay. Secretary; Robert E. Lee 
Research Scholar; Chemistry Seminar Connnittcc; Swimming; Lacrosse; (iraham-Lee Society; 
International Relations Club; University Christian Association. 

• SA.MUEL IRVING HELLMAN. Chandlei-. Oklahoma, 7.BT, President. H.uise .Manager; Colilli.m 
t.'bib; Graham-Lee Society. 

9 MICHAEL A.MOS HENRY. Houst..n. Texas. Ki:. Vice-president; Troubadours. 

Fourth Row: 

• MICHAEL NEIL HERNDON, Thomasville, Georgia, HK*. Chaplain, House Manager; Ct>tillion 
( lub; W & L Band. President; Troubadours; Home Edition; Ring-turn Phi; White Friars. 

• GEORGE LINDSAY HICKA.M. Pulaski, Virginia, ^K^. Vi,e-prcsi,lenl, President; .Mplia 
Epsilon Delia; Dean's List; Inlerfraternity Council; Psi Chi. 

• JAMES CHARLES HICKEY. .South Boston. Virginia. ATA; Sigma Delia Psi; Football; Track, 
Captain; Varsity Club; Winter Track. 

• LEONARD DOUGLAS HILL. JR., Buena Vista. Viiginia. i+K: Cotillion Club. 



<I<AG; Football; Wrestling; Lacrosse; 



Fifth Row: 

• WTLLIA.M HAYNE HIPP, Greenville,^ South Carolina 
University Christian Association; White Friars. 

• JAMES KYRRICK HITt.H. H. Fort Worth. Texas. Pi Sigma Alpha, Secretary-treasurer; Inter- 
national Relations Club; Dormitory Counselor; Freshman Camp Counselor; Robert E. Lee Research 
.Assistant; Dean's List; Conservative Society. 

• EDWARD PADDOCK HOBBS. New Canaan, Connecticut, ATA; Varsity Football, Tri-captain; 
Varsity Baseball. Captain; ROTC Battle (Iroup Commander; Scabbard and Blade, President; 
\ssimilation Committee; C..]<1 Check Committee. Chairman; Dean's List; Sigma; Var.sity Club. 
Treasurer; Southern Collegian: IT ho's Who in Amenran Colleges and Universities ; Omicron 
Delta Kappa. 

• HENRY DWIS HOLLAND. Richmond. Virginia. :;.N. Trca-urcr; Alpha Epsilon Delta ; /<i«g- 
tum Phi: University Christian A.ssociation; Inlerfraternity C.o.n.il; House Managers Association, 
Secretarv-treasurer, President ; Dean's List. 



First Rob: 

• GEORGE EDWARD HONTS, III, Easle Rock, Virginia. STX Vice-president; Ring-turn Phi. 
Managing Editor; Calyx. Assistant Managing Editor; Southern Collegian: Scabbard and Blade. 
Secretary; Mock Convention Secretariat; Dean's List; Pi Sigma Alpha. President. 

• MARTIN EUGENE HULBERT, Lynchl.urg. Virginia. 

• JERRY HERBERT HYATT, Damascus, Maryland, ATA; Football; Lacrosse: Varsity Club; 
Scabbard and Blade; Freshman Dormitory Counselor; Assimilation Committee; Independent Party, 
.Secretary; Freshman Camp Counselor. 



• W. SCOTT lACONE, Arlington. Virginia. IIK*: Glee Club; Troubadours 
Mahari Award; Dean's List. 



SWMSFC .Musical: 



Se<*ond Row : 

• ROY WILLIA.M IDE. Statesville, North Carolina, KA. Hou-e .Manager, Historian; Intramural 
Board; Varsity Basketball Team; Freshman Basketball Team; SWMSFC, Secretary; 13 Club. 
President; Dormitory Counselor; Freshman Camp Counselor; Vice-president of Junior Class; 
President of Fancy Dress Dances; Dance Board; Sports Editor of Ring-turn Phi: Who's Who in 
American Colleges and Universities; Omicron Delta Kappa. 

• RUPERT HARRIS JOHNSON. JR.. Bronxville. New York. i:\. President, Secretary; Cotillion 
Club; UCA; Interfraternity Council. 

• KENNETH BAXTER JONE.S, Shreveport, Louisiana, HHll: V.bhe Friar>: Student Service 
Society; Football; Vice-president of Openings Dances. 

• RICHARD STOKES JONES. Warrenton. Virginia. Ring-turn Phi: .Mock Convention Secretariat: 
Shenandoah : Student Vestry; Graham-Lee Society; Phi Eta Sigma; Dean's List; Honor Roll; Phi 
Beta Kappa. 



Third Row : 

• WILLIAM BRYAN JORDAN. JR.. -San Anioni... T.-xa~, II K*; Glee Club; Ouirert Guild; Dean's 
List; Honor Roll. 

• ALLYN D.AVID KANTOR, .Memphis, Tennessee, ZBT; Cros^; Country; Track; Scabbard and 
Blade; Cold Check Committee: Phi Eta Sigma; Commerce Fraternity; ROTC Officer; Dean's 
List; Honor Roll. 

• MICHAEL PATRICK KEATING, CcnlreviUe. Maryland, UKA; Soccer. 

• MILTON LAWRENCE KEECH. JR.. Timonium. Maryland. *Ki:: Intramural l!..ard; Ring-turn 
Phi; White Friars; Home Edition; Interfraternity Council: Sigma Delta Chi. 



Fourth Row: 

• RICHARD LEE KELLY, Towson, Maryland, 11 K*, House .Manager; Sigma Delta Chi, Treas- 
urer; Tau Kappa .Alpha, Historian; Radio W. and L.; Home Edition. Senior Editor; Debate Team. 

• DAVID CORNWALL KNIGHT, Worcester, .Massachusett>, *AH; A-similalion Cnmmittee; .Stu- 
dent Service Society, Vice-president; Ring-turn Phi f:olunmist; Varsity Club; \'ar-ily Soci er. Cap- 
tain; Varsity Lacrosse; Sazeracs, Business Manager: Glee Club. 

• THO-MAS MARSHALL KROOK, New York. New Y.irk. 'MA: Swinuning; Pi Alj.lia .Nu. 

• HARRY FREDERICK KURZ. JR., Wilmette, Illinois, 'MA. Vice-|iresident. Treasurer; Com- 
inerce Fraternity; Dean's List; Robert E. Lee Research Scholar; Glee Club; House .Managers' 
.\ssociation; Track; Cross Country: Dramatics Club; Graham-Lee Society; Ring-tum Phi. 



Fifth Row: 

• ERNE.ST FLEETWOOD I..\l)l). III. .\lubile 
Society; Dean's List; Honor R(dl. 



Alabaoia. ( Iniiuoeri i Fraternil\ : Ci.n>er\ati\e 
Fie>l)nian KiHe Tcaiu, Co-captain: 



• JEFFERY DRAKE LASHER. New York. Ne» ^ ork. I'l 
Varsity Rifle Team; Glee Club. 

• VINCENT T. LATHBURY, Swarthmore, Penn>ylvaiua. l.N ; Pi Alpha Nu. 

• JOHN PENN LEE, Roanoke, Virginia, •tAB; L3 Club; Sigma; Football; Tra.k 







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• WILLIAM ELLSWORTH LEE, Iluu.-ion, Tt 
Openings; Golf; University Christian Associalidn. 



ill; \ ice-pie^idcnt cil 



• JAY WILLIAM LEGUM, Norfolk, Vir-inia, ZIIT: ( : UA \ ; S„iilh,;ii Collrgian: S\VM.SF(: 
Musical; .Spanish Award. 

• ROBERT DENNIS LEWIS, Alexandria, Virginia, IIK.\: Cuninier.e Fralernitv; Honor R.dl; 
Dean's List; Football. 

• OEOKGK SHAI'LEIGH LOGAN. St. Louis, Missmiri, l.V; Intramural iioard; Dean's List. 



Second Row : 

• THO.\IAS GODFREY LUTHY, Peoria, Illinois, ATA, Vice-]>resident. President: Phi Eta Si^ma: 
Cotillion Cluh; 13 Club; Inlerfraternity Council; Swimming: C\i.Y\; Hinu-liini I'hi : Honor Roll; 
Dean's List; Commerce Fraternity. 

• IRVING MAY LYNN, JR., Lynchburg, 'Virginia, IIK*, President; Inlerfraternity Council; I'ro- 
ducer of Radio Washington & Lee; Pep Band: Dean's List. 

• IAN RODRICK Mu:KENZIE, Palm Beach. Florida. i:.\: Soulhrrn (.„llrf;i„„ : Pi Alpha Nii: 
Graham-Lee Society. 

• JAMES WARWICK McCLUNG. H, Staunton, Virginia; George A. Malum \uard; \Io,k 
Democratic Convention, Secretariat; Ring-turn Phi: Troubadours; .Seminars-in-l.iieralure tiomniit- 
tee; Student Vestrev: Graham-Lee Society; Dean's List: Honor Ridl. 



Tliiid Kow: 

• DONALD HUTSON McCLURE. Coral Gables, Fl.oida. i:*J;, House Manager, Vice-president; 
Intramural Board. 

• WILLIAM MORTON McKIM. Charleston, West Virginia. Hon..r R.dl; Dean'- List; Liberty 
Hall Society ; Phi Beta Kappa. 

• ALAN MARSHALL MtLEOD, Richmond, Virginia, 'Hvi:, House Manager; .S,ccer; House .Man- 
agers' Association; Ring-lum I'hi; University Christian Association; Executive Comniitlce; Direilor 
of Lexington Boys' Club; Washington Literary .Society. 

• GREGORY RUST McNAB, JR., Cranford, New Jersey, AXA, Pledge Trainer; Lacrosse, Man- 
ager; Swimming; Radio Washington & Lee. 



Foiirlh Row : 

• THOMAS DWYER McNEESE, H..u~ion. T. 
tions Club; Graham-Lee .Society. 

• RICHEBOURG GAll.LARD \lc\\ ILI.IAM.S JR.. Binningli, 



i\: Dean's List; Rille: International Rela 



Alab, 



• PHILIP FREDERICKE .MACON. Atlanta. Georgia, AT; While Friars; Graham-Lee Socielj 
Varsity Wrestling; Chairman Georgia Delegation Mock Con\enlion; Robert E. Lee Grant. 

• KERFORD ARMSTRONG MARCHANT, Sterling, Virginia. Wrestling; R. E. Lee Fellowship, 



Fifth Row: 

• JOHN ASHBY MARTIN,_ Pelham. \ew York, AT. President. Hou-e Manager; Se.retary of 
Inlerfraternity Council; Dean's List. 

• KENNETH DOUGLAS MARTIN, F..rl lli..nia~. Kenturkx. ATA. lb.„-e Manager; Cu.vx; 
Football: Track; House Managers' Association. 

• ARNOLD PHILIP MASINTER, Baltimore. Alar>land. •IKII: Pi Sigma Alpha. 



• ELLIOTT CHARLES LITTLE MAYNARD. P..rtland, Ma. 
Delta Psi: \'ar-ity CUib: Swimming. Captain; Dean'- Li-t. 



IIKA; While Friar-: Sigma 



• HOWARD EUGENE MELTON, JR., Edmond. Oklaliuma. iX. Secretary. Social Chairman: 
Dean's List; White Friars: Graham-Lee Society. 

• HIRAM STIPE MERSEREAU, JR., Crossett, Arkansas, KA; Mongolian Minks: Freshman Foot- 
ball; Wrestling. Captain. 

• EDWARD RAYMOND MILLER, III. Baltimore, Maryland, ^K^I-; Commerce Fraternity: Scal> 
hard and Blade; Pi Alpha Nu; Washington Literary Society; Freshman Basketball; Lacrosse. 

• ROSWELL KING .MILLING, New Orleans, Louisiana. lien. Corresponding Secretary: Sazeracs; 
International Relations Clul). 



Second Ro« : 

• EDWARD WARREN MILLS. Syosset, New York, i;*E, Rush Chairman, Pledge Master. 
Historian: Dean's List; Commerce Fraternity; University Christian Association; International Rela- 
tion Club, Vice-president; Forensics, Secretar\ ; Conservative Society: Young Republicans; Graham- 
Lee Society: Interfraternity Council. 

• BARTON STEWART MITCHELL. Baltimore. Maryland. <i.K>I'. Rush Chairman; Lacrosse. 
Co-captain; Pi .Alpha Nu; Freshman Basketball. 

• -MICHAEL HARRISON MONIER. Westhekl. New Jersey. IT A: Basketball: Ba>eball: Intra- 
mural Manager. 

• JON WALTER MONTAGUE, Houston, Texas, :SX, President; Ring-tiim Phi; Cotillion Club; 
Interfraternity Council. 



Third Roh: 

• JOHN LEYBURN MOSBY. JR.. Lynchburg. Virginia, HBn. Vice-president; Lacrosse: Rifle; 
Calyx; Ring-turn Phi; International Relations Club. 

• RICHARD TYLDEN MOSBY. Lynchburg. Virginia. i;.U:: President of Student Trainers Asso- 
ciation; Football; Fieshman Basketball; Track. 

• WTLLIA.M GORDON .MOSELEY. Birmingham. Alabama. i:AK; Alpha EiimL.u Delia; Univer- 
sity Christian .Association, Publicity Chairman: Graham Lee Society. 

• JOSEPH BLEDSOE MURPHEY. Sumner. Mississippi. Ki). House Manager; Cro>s Country; 
Rifle; Track 






Fourth Ro» : 

• MEREDITH WILLIA.M MYERS, Mobile, Alabama, AT^; Cold Check Committee: ScabbarrI 
and Blade: Gaines Guard Gold Medal; Outstanding M.S-II. 

• FREDERICK RALPH NEL.SON. Bethel Park. Pennsylvania. 2;.\; Track: .Scabbard and Blade. 
Vi<H'-president ; "1.3" Club. Treasurer; DeanV Li-^t ; Freshman Cam[i Counselor. 

• MA.SON TAYLOR NEW. Ri<hmond. Virginia. K.\ ; Ri,i/i-tum Phi; .VIongolian Minks; Sigma. 

• CHARLES JOHN NIEMEYER. Silver Spring, Maryland. UK*. Secretary. President; Phi Eta 
■Sigma: Alpha Epsilim Delta, Viie-president : .Student Library Commiltn-; Frr^luiian Camp Coun- 
selor; Dean"~ Li^t ; Honnr Rcdl ; Phi I'.eta Kappa. 




• ROBERT FILL.MORE NORFLEET, JR., Woodberry Forest. Virginia. K\. Secretary; Sigma 
.Mongolian Minks; White Friars; Wrestling; Baseball: Vice-president of Fanc\ l)re»: Riiig-tini 
Phi. 



\lpha; 'louil:. Kepubli, 



• ROBERr JOHN OSBORNK. IVek-kill. Neu V.ik. I'i 
Southern (Uillegian. 

• WILLIAM DELL 01 T.MAN. 11. liethesda. \lar>laod. IlKA. Secretary. Treasurer. President: 
Omicron Delta Kappa; President of Spring Dance^; Sophomore Executive Committeeman; Ring- 
turn Phi, Sports Editor; Commerce Fraternity. Secretary; Cotillion Club, President; Freshman 
Dormitory Counselor; Freshman Camp Counselor: Soccer; Junior Varsity Lacrosse; Junior Varsity 
Basketball; Dance Board: Dean's List. 

• JOHN MITCHELL OWEN. Alexandria. Virginia, VfA: White Friar-. 




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First Row : 

• ROSEWELL PAGE, III, Beaver Dam, Virginia, SAE, Pledge Trainer; Editor uf Ring-ii,m I'ht ; 
President of Sophomore Class; Phi Eta Sigma; Executive Committee; Publications Board; Dormi- 
tory Counselor; President of Omicron Delta Kappa; Dance Board; Chairman SWMSFC; Baseball: 
Lacrosse; Who's Who in American Colleges and Universilies; Phi Beta Kappa. 

• ALLAN BAKER PAINTER. II, Staunton, Virginia, nivA; Varsity Track; Dean's List; Sigma 
Delta Psi; Scabbard and Blade; Distinguished .Military Student. 

e SIMON MARCELLUS PAINTER, JR., Staunton, Virginia, nKA, Vice-president; President of 
.\lpha Epsilon Delta; Interfraternity Council, Vice-president, Rush Chairman. Treasurer;^ Assimi- 
lation Committee; Graham-Lee Society; Ring-lnm Phi; Gaines Guard; Honor Roll; Dean's List, 
e HI CH KIRKPATRICK PATOX. .IR.. \^ hitman. Massachusetts. Ring-turn Phi: Conservative 
Society; Dean's List; Honor Roll. 

• JOHN LEWIS PAYNE, Charleston, West Virginia. 'I'AH; Tennis; University Christian Associa- 
tion; Cotillion Club. 

Second Rov* : 

e LESLIE HAMILTON PEARD. Ill, Fresno, California, ATA; Commerce Fraternity; Varsity 
Lacrosse; White Friars. 

• GEORGE McALLLSTER PETERS, Carlisle, Pennsylvania, i;>i>K, President, Historian, House 
Manager; Cotillion Club; Glee Club; Shenandoah; Wrestling; Interfraternity Council. 

• LESLIE S. PINSOF. Wilmette, Illinois, SX, Pledge Trainer; Soccer; Junior Varsity Lacrosse; 
Debate Team; International Relations Club; Freshman Camp Counselor. 

• JOHN WORRELL POVNOR. Birmingham, Alabama, <i'KM', Recording Secretary, Corresponding 
Secretan-; Forensic Union: Concert Guild. Secretan'. Treasurer: Tennis; C.-^lyx, Administration 
Editor; Ring-liim Phi. Circulation Manager: Soiilhern Collegian; University Christian Association; 
Graham-Lee Society. 

« RUSS ALBERT PRITCHARD. Memphis, Tennessee, IIKA; Pi Alpha Nii; "l.S" Cluli: Lacrosse. 

Third Row: 

• BRUCE ALAN RATCLIFF, Huntington, West Virginia, iX. Assistant Treasurer. 

• RICHARD SHARPE REID, Scarsdale, New York, i:AE; Baseball; Mongolian Minks. 

e PETER GRAHAM REYNOLDS, JR., Wilmington, Delaware, AT, Treasurer, Corresponding 
Secretary, Historian; Southern Collegian, Circulation Manager; Dean's List. 

• WILLIAM LEE ROBERTS. JR., Williamsburg. Virginia, i;AE; Phi Eta Sigma; Varsity Foot- 
ball: Junior Varsity Lacrosse; Shenandoah. Student Editor: Ring-turn Phi, Managing hditor. 
Editi.r; Executive Committee; Honor Roll; Omicron Delta Kap|ia ; Who's V' ho. 

*» JAMES ALLISON RUSS, Hollidavsburg, Pennsylvania, *KM': Varsity Club; Varsity Fo.,tball ; 

Varsity Baseball; Freshman Basketball; Student Service Society; Intramural Gmncil ; Dono > 

Counselor. 

F^ourlh Row : 

• STEPHEN \^ALKER RUTLEDGE, Seattle, Washington, "MA, President; Honor Roll: Be:a 
Gamma Sigma; Commerce Fraternity; Assimilation Committee, Chairman; Student^ Service Society 



Dc 



List; I'hi Beta 



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Eraler 



Oamma Mgma; ^.^omnierce riairniiiy, .-Ap^oiiiiaii,--!! v..^.........^^. 

Interfraternity Council; Cotillion Club; Varsity Basketball; Varsity Te 
Kappa; Omicron Delta Kaiijia. 

• JAMES STUART SAGNER. Baltimore, Maryland, 
nity; Graham-Lee Society ; Concert Guild: Cm,vx. 

• HERBERT SIDNEY SALOMON. Dallas. Texas. ZHT, Pledge Master; Dean's List; Hon,.r 
Roll; Alpha Epsilon Delta; Student Library Committee. Secretary: C^lyx. Out^.f-Town Advfrtising 
Manager, Managing Editor; Ring-turn Phi. Circulation Manager; .SWM.SH. Musical; 1.^ (.bib. 
"Warner Honorao' Pre-.Med Scholarship; Phi Beta Kappa. 

• HERBERT PATTON SAPP, JR., Panama City. Florida. AT; Glee Club. 

• PHILIP DOANE SHARPE. JR.. Richmond, Virginia, i:Ai:; Robert E. Lee .Scholarship; Dormi- 
tory Counselor, Assistant Head Dormitory Counselor; Cold Check Committee; Assimilation Com- 
mittee; Student Senice Society: Baseball: Football: Varsity Club. 

Fifth Row: 

• HOWARD LESLIE SLATER. Brooklyn. New York, <M:n. President ; Radi^ 
List; Honor Roll; Chairman Independent Parly; Ring-turn Phi: I'hi Beta Kappa. 

• CHARLES ARNOID SMITH. Hopewell. Virginia. liBII. 

• IRVIN REESE SMITH, Lynnhavcn, Virginia, *K*. H 
agers' Association. 

• JAMES WILLIAM SMITH, Gowanda, New York. AT. Vice-presid 
Chairman; Southern Collegian; Basketball Manager. 

• ORMOND SOMERVILLE, Birmingham. Alabama. KA ; Dean's I.i^t. 



W. & L.: Dean's 



Manager, Treasurer; House Man- 
■nt. Rii^li Chairman. Social 




First Row: 

• JOHN HARVEY SOPER. HI, Sewam-e. Tennessee; Phi Eta Sigma: Plii Beta Kappa; Campus 
Club. Vice-president. President; Ruffner Scholarship; Scabbard and Blade: SAR Superior Cadet 
Aledal; Varsity Soccer. Manager. 

• NHCHAEL JON SPALDING. Bowling Green, Kentucky, *Ae, Vice-president; Senior Class. 
Vice-president; Assimilation Committee: Golf Team: University Christian Association; Cotillion 
Club: Graham-Lee Literary Society: International Relation^ Clul). 

• JAMES HENRY STARKLY. HI. Mitchelhille. Maryland. AT. Treasurer; Varsity Soccer; 
Varsity Swimming: Freshman Tennis: Ireshman Soccer; Freshman Swimming; Sigma Delta Psi; 
Dean's List; Honor Roll: Robinson Spanish .Award; ROTC Academic .Achievement Award; Pep 
Band; ROTC Band; Southern Collegian, Exchange Editor. 

• RONALD FORREST STEIN. Webster Groves. Missouri. i:.\", Ru-h Chairman: International 
Relations Club; .Mongolian Minks. 

• ROBERT LESLIE STONE. Lynchburg. Virginia. IIK.V. 

Second Row: 

• STEPHEN HUNGATE SUTTLE, Uvalde, Texas, ATA. House Manager, President. Rush Chair- 
man; IFC: Junior Class. Secretary: Varsity Club; Track: Lacrosse; Football. Captain, All 
State; Dance Board: Executive Committee: Dean's List: Student Body. Secretary: Chamber of 
Commerce Outstanding W&L .Athlete .Award- Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities: 
Omicron Delta Kappa. 

• VEKNON LANCE TARRANCE, Dallas. Texas. K2 : International Relations Club. President: 
Baseball; Graham-Lee .'society; UCA Boys" Club; Dean's List. 

• VilLLARD STANLEY TAYLOR, Shaker Heights. Ohio. 2AE. House Manager: Caly.k, Assist- 
ant Business .Manager: Ring-turn Phi: Swimming. 

• HARRY TETER, Frostburg. Maryland; Cotillion Club; Glee Club. Public Relations Director; 
W&L Concert Guild, President; Graham-Lee Society. 

• WALFRED BERNARD THULIN. JR.. Richmond. Virginia, i:\: RiHe Team: Psi Chi. 

Third Row: 

• JOHN ROLFE TRIBLE. Arlington. Virginia, HKA. 

• EARL MONTGOMERY TUCKER, Newport Nev 
Dean's List ; Graham-Lee .Society. 

• DAVID CHRISTIE TYRRELL. JR., 
International Relations Club; J. V. Fo 
j\ssociation, 

• GEORGE HOWARD VAN SCIVER, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. *K^1' ; Student Service Society; 
Scabbard and Blade: Cotillion Club: "KV Cluli: Freshman Football; Junior Varsity Wrestling; 
Varsity Baseball. 

• JOHN WESLEY VARDA.MAN JR., Anniston, Alabama, i;X, Secretary. President; President 
of Finals Dances: Golf Team, Captain; Who's Who in American Colleges and Vniversities: T^'liite 
Friar.; Mongolian Minks; IFC: Var«ity Club; Dean's List; Honor Roll. 

Fourth Row: 

• CHARLES WOODSON VIA. .\Iartin>\ille. Virginia, Ki:: Sigma Helta Chi. Vice-president. 

• STANLEY ANTHONY WALTON. HI, Clarendon Hills, Illinois. *rA, Rush Chairman; -W 
CAuh; Football; Lacrosse. 

• ARTHUR HORRY WELLBORN. Anniston. Alabama; Gmservati^e Society; Young Repub- 
licans; International Relations Club. 

• LOUIS PEARCE WESTFIELD, Loui-ville, Kentucky. Ki: : Dean's List; Honor Roll; White 
Friars; Graham-Lee Society: International Relatiims Club. 

• WILLIAM TRUESDALE WHEELER. III. Peoria. Illinois. ATA; Psi Chi: Varsity Football: 
Varsity Lacrosse. Co-captain: Varsilv Club, Secretary. President; .Sigma. 



<tirA. Treasurer: Glee Club: 



Shreveport. Louisiana. BHII, Rush Chairman: "13" Club: 
iitball: J. V. Lacrosse; Debate Team; University Christian 



Fifth Row: 

JOHN PATTERSON WHITE. 



cranlon. 
Pi 



Pennsylvania. K.\. 
\lpha Nu: .'^igma: 



Vice-president: Varsity Football; 
Varsity Track; Openings Dance 



JR., 



LaGrang 



Ge 



K.V; Himor Roll; Dean's List; 



Varsity Basketball; Mongolian .Minks 
Set. Vice-president ; King-turn Phi. 

• CLARENCE MARK WHITEHEAD 
\lpha Epsilon Delta: Psi Chi; Graha 
Treasurer. 

• RALPH CLYDE WIEGANDT, Williamston, Michigan. <IKi; 
Friars; Wrestling; Interfraternily Council; ROTC Company Co 
Cotillion Club. 

• ROBERT CORNELIUS WOOD. Lvnchburg, Virginia, ZAE, Secretary; Dean's List; Football 
Baseball; Calyx, Business Manager: Troubadours: Cotillion Club; Sigma; Varsity Club. Vice 
]>resident: Interfraternity Council. Social ChairTuan; Who's Who in American Colleges and Uni 
lersities: Omicr(.)n Delta Kappa. 

• JOHN LOUIS ZIM.VIER.MAN. Glendale. Ohio. MHII; /„ Memoriam. 



-Lee .'Society; University (Christian Association, Secretary- 



President; "13" Club; White 
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MEADE CHRISTIAN Executive Committeeman 

LANNY BUTLER President 

ROBERT PAYNE Vice-president 

DAVID BEVANS Secretary 

WILLIAM BOARDMAN Historian 




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First Row: 

• E\1IL KICHARI) ALBKKT, Tulsa, Oklahoma, i;AK. 

• THOMAS GORDON ANURKVi. JR., Baltinidre, Manlan.l. ATA. 

• ROBERT MARK AUBURN. Falls Church, Virjiinia, AT. 



.ScmoikI Kow: 

• ROBERT MUNDLE AVENT, ,|a.-ksonville, Florida. 2*E. 

• ALVIN .lUDSON BABCOCK, Charlotte, North Carolina, 2AE. 

• FREDERICK LLOYD BAKER. IIL Janesville, Wisconsin, SX. 



Tliircl Row: 

• DANIEL THOMA.S BALFOUR. Franklin. Virginia, i:<l<E. 

• rvrFU.>^ KING BARTON. III. .St. Louis. Missouri. *rA. 

• CTIARLES BROOKS BEGG. JR., (irosse Pointe. Michigan. ATA. 



Foil rill Row: 

» DONALD WESLEY BELVEAL, ,Si. Louis. Missouri. Ki:. 

• DWID WIL.SON BEVANS, JR., North Little Rock. Arkansas, HKA. 

• IIDW \R1) MONROE RING. Charlotte. North Carolina, '/HT. 



Fifth Row: 

• SAM ADOLl'H BLOCH, JR.. Gadsden, Alahama. KA. 

• WILLIAM PENNIMAN BOARDMAN. Columhus. Ohio. Bhii 

• THOMAS EDVi'ARD BOWER, Al.erdeen. Washington, WA. 



Sixth Row: 

o DANIEL FLETCHER BOYLE.S, Houston, Texas. -Hvi. 

• C. RICHARD BRANDT, Methanicsburg. Pennsylvania. -MA. 

• ROBERT \1. BRIEDE. Haiuilton. Ohio. 



■\<Mth Row: 

FRANK EUGENE BROWN. JR.. Tulsa. Oklahoma. iJ'W;. 

W II.LIAM EARLE BRO\^N, Leaksville. North Candina. K- 

ROBERT CAMERON BROWNE. Loui-vdle, Kentucky. :L'f>K 



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First Row: 

• EDVi ARD LEE BliRDELL. Cin. innali. Olii... AT. 

• FREDERICK WILLIAM BURKE, Alexandria, Virginia, mn. 

• LANDON VICTOR BUTLER, IR., Memphis, Tennessee, SAE. 

• CHARLES VANCE CAMPBELL. JR., Dallas, Texas, -W'A. 

• DONALD SEWELL CAMPBELL, South Bend, Indiana, i;AE. 

• ROBERT RICHARD CAMPBELL. Marion. Virginia. HK*. 



Second Row : 

• WILLIAM HAROLD CANDLER, Warnnton. Virginia, K:;. 

• FRANKLIN REESE CARLILE, Oklahoma City. Oklahoma, i:N. 

• GE()R(;E MEMORY CHAPMAN, JR.. BronxviUe, New York, <i.K: 

• ROBERT MEADE CHRL^TIAN, JR., Richmond, Virginia, ITA. 

• DANIEL RANDOLPH COLE. JR.. Washington. D.C., ZI?T 

• JON ANSON COOKE. Alden. New York, AT. 



Third Row : 

• JOHN PAGE COVER, Cincinnati, Ohio, Z'hK. 

• GEORGE TALVIN COWARD, Lakeland. Fh.rida, AXA. 

• WALTER EUGENE COX, Rockford, Michigan, -J-K^'. 

• ROGER WARREN CREWS, Jacksonville, Fh.rida, IIKA. 

• JOHN OLIVER CULLEY. Dixon, Illinois. Z'l'E. 

• W ILIIAM NICHOLAS DENTON. III. Chevy Chase. Maryland. -tK-V. 



RUGELEV PIER.SON DeVAN, IIL Charleston, West Virginia. :i;X. 
ROBERT CALDWELL DeVANEY. Dell Rapids, South Dakota. 
CRAIG TIPTON DISTELHORSJ'. Winter Park, Florida. 
THEODORE ARNOLD DOKKMU.S. JR., Red Bank. New Jersey. lIlvA. 
MATTHEW TAILOR DOl GLA.SS, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, IlK*. 
JOHN RANDOLPH DUNNELL. Sudburv. Massachusetts i:X. 



Fifth Row : 

• BILL MORTON DURRETT, Atlanta, Georgia, 2*E. 

• ED EADIE, JR.. Charlotte, North Carolina, AT. 

• RICHARD THOMAS EDWARDS. Roanoke, Virginia. *!•::;. 

• TH()\L\S 1)1 KE EDWARDS, Mnntgomery, Alabama. -tAH. 

• RICHARD t,IBBONS ELLIOTT. Wilmington, Delaware, -M^A. 

• ROBERT HARE EGERTON ELLIOTT. New York, New York. l-K-l- 



Sixth Row : 

• JAMES DOUGLAS FARQUHAR. Fort Lauderdale, Florida. AT. 

• RODGER WILLIAMS FAUBER, Lynchburg, Virginia, :l\K. 

• HENK"* ANDER.'^ON FENN, (iainesville. Florida, *rA. 

• JOHN McKAIN FOWLER. Collinsville. Illinois, .VXA. 

• SANDERS I'OWLER, III. Shreveport. L(misiana, AXA. 

• PETER KENNETH FRANCESE. Pittsheld. Massaehuseti>. *K:c. 



Seventh Row: 

• JOSEPH .MAYBIN GORE FRIEDRICHS, New Orleans. Louisiana, iUin. 

• RONALD LEWIS GARBER. Batesburg. .South Carolina, ZliT. 

• EDWIN PORTER GARRETSON, Basking Ridge, New Jersey. IIK'I'. 

• JONATHAN NEWELL (UI.LF.TT. .Scar-dale. .\ew York. HKA. 

• EDI ARDO DA.MA.MJ GONZALEZ. Baltimore. .Maryland. <i>rA 

• JOEL LEE GOOZH. Washington. D.C.. '/1!T. 



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First Row: 

• RAYMOND TYRE GORDON. JR., Baltimore, Marylanrl. LHII. 

• JOHN MEREDITH GRAHAM. Rome, Georgia. HKA. 

• JERRY HULL GRAY. Winnetka, Illinois, KZ. 

• DAVID ROBERT GROGAN, Swarthmore. Pennsylvania, ATA. 

• JESSE BARRETT GROVE. IH. Vienna, Virginia, IIKA. 

• CHARLES ALAN GRUBB, Silver Spring, Maryland, Ki). 



Second Row: 

• STEPHEN EVES GUILD. Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, Ki:. 

• JOHN NYE GULICK, JR., Somerville, New Jersey. *AH. 

• CHARLES FRANCIS GUMMEY, Wilmington. Delawar.-, ATA. 

• JAMES LINDLEY HAGUE, Wilmington, Delaware, *rA. 

• STEPHEN DUNN HANCOCK. Morocco, Indiana, AXA. 

• PETER ERASER HANSEN, Plainfield, New Jersey. 



JOHN PAL.MER HARCOURT. JR.. LoudnnviUe, New York. -X. 
CHARLES CHEEVER HARDWICK, HI, Ne^v York, New York. <HM'. 
« ILMOT LOUIS HARRIS, JR.. Wheeling, West Virginia, >1'K^I'. 
CHARLES CALDWELL HART. Wheeling, West Virginia. *K^1'. 
ROBERT DANIEL HART, JR., Pensacola, Florida, 2AE. 
GEORGE WILKINS HARVEY. JR., Tampa, Florida, i;.\. 



Fourth How : 

• JAMES \ii ILl.lAM HEAD. W a-.\mvj.u<u. D.C, AT. 

• JOHN ZENOR HEINZERLING. Houston. Texas, i;AK. 

• FREDERICK FOX HENDER,SON. Troy, Alabama, 2AE. 

• JAMES MICHAEL HENDERSON. Dallas, Texas, Ben. 

• HOWELL KIRKLAND HENRY. JR.. Fori Worlh. Texas, Ki:. 

• STEPHEN MOSELY HENRY, Monme, Louisiana. 



COPE HIE.MENZ, Newport News. Virginia, HK*. 

RICHARD GORDON HOLLADAY. JR.. .Memphis, Tennesssee, : 

ROBERT GRAY HOLLAND. Richmond. Virginia, AXA. 

EDWARD \^ARREN HOLMES. JR.. Vi inona, .Mississippi, i;Ai:. 

JOSEPH POTTS HOWSON. Villanova, Pennsylvania, AT. 

\\ ARREN BRITTON HUGHK.s. JR . Hetliesda. Maryland, K:S. 



JA.MES WINSTON IVEY, West Hartford. Connecticut, UK*. 
DONALD ELDREDGE JACK.SON, III, Providence. Rhode Island, -^AV. 
FROST BURCHARD JACKSON. Locust Valley. New York. AT. 
HERBERT GRANT JAHNCKE, JR.. New Orleans. Louisiana. 
SIDNEY GEORGE JOHNSON. Cincinnati. Ohio, RK*. 
ALLAN HASTINGS JOHNSTON. Short Hills, New Jersey. *KM'. 



W ATKINS COOK JOHNSTON. JR., Montgomery. AUihama. ^AV.. 

H{VIN(; LEWIS JONES. IH. Williamsburg, Virginia. K-. 

lOl IS W ILI.IAM KAUFMAN. JR.. Slalen l-land. New ^ ork. Ki:. 

riKlM \S .McKENZIE KEESEE. JR.. \lrmpl.i-. Tenno-er. ^AV.. 

W \LTKI! ERNEST Kl, \ \S. JR.. Up|.er .\b.r,l, lair. New J,r-e\. 1*K 

IIIAin III |IN(1\ KM(.IH. \irliola~\ill.-. K^nlM.k\. i:x. 





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o FRANCISCO LUTKALLAH KOZHAYA. t.ua>ac|uil. EcuaiK.i. 

• TIMITHY ANDRF.W KURTEN, Ra.-ine. W iM-.msin. :;X. 

• EDGAR ROSS KVGER, III, Fort \\.,rili. T.xa^. k:::. 

• CHARLES STEVENSON LANE. lln|,kin>. Minnesota. 'tK^I'. 

• CHRLSTLAN ANDREW LARSEN. JR., Manila. Philippines, <Mv^. 

• EUGENE ANDREAS LEONARD. Hionxville. New York, AXA. 

• WILLIAM liERKELKV .\L\(:KENNEY, IIF, .lenkint.nvn. Penn-vlvania. IIK*. 

Second Rom' ; 

• PETER GEORGE .\L\cMLRTRIE, Rnllaln, Neu V.ik. .H'A. 

• PAl L GORDON McBRIDE. Findlay. Ohio. *KM'. 

• E. PHILIP McCALEB, Craddockville. Virginia, AT. 

• DANIEL McCarthy, Buffalo. New York, 'MA. 

o CHARLES THOMAS M( CORD. IH. Shreveport. Louisiana. I'.iin. 

• .lOHN DAVID M. COY. .N-verna Park. Maryland, AT. 

• lOILN (;IRVLN .McGIFFIN, Jaeksonville, Florida. 2*i:. 

Third Ro«: 

• ARNOLD BLRDICK MtKAY, Sandslon. Virginia. *K:i. 

• ROBERT HUNTER .MANSON, Charloltesvill.-. Virginia. 'MA. 

• JOHN PERCY MARCH. El Paso. Texa.. i:\. 

• DANIEL HARRY MARK.'^TEIN, III. Birmingham. Alahama. VAVV . 

• ROBERT WILLIAM .MATHEWSON, Lyndoiiville. New York. 

• W ILLIAM MALLOY iVIATTHEWS. Belhesda, Maryland. <M<i:. 
e (;E0RGE JEFF MENNEN, Bernardsville, New Jersey, <W'A. 

louilli Ko«: 

• GERALD LEE MILLS, Porlsmoulh, Virginia. 

• GEORGE ELLIOT MISSBACH. JR.. Atlanta, Georgia. AT. 

• LOUIS BEAUDRY MONGEAU, Fort Lauderdale, Florida. <1>K>I'. 

• NICHOLAS MONSARRAT, Westporl. Connecticut. ATA. 

• DAVID COOPER MONTGOMERY, Richmond. Virginia. ATA. 

• THOMAS THORN MOORE. JR.. Roanoke. Virginia, K2. 

• JOHN HOLMES MORRISON. Charleston, West Virginia, -l-Ae. 

Fifth Ko« : 

• JOHN HATCHMAN .MULLIN. Atlanta. Georgia, KA. 

• DAVID REM) MUNROE, North Muskegon. Michigan. *rA. 

• GEORGE ANDREW NEA, JR.. Williamshurg. Viiginia, >i>rA. 

• HA.MLET TATUM NEWSOM. .Montgomery. Alabama, i;Ai:. 

• LEWIS GLEASON NOE, JR.. Lexington. Kentucky. AT. 

• WILLIAM LOUIS NORIEGA. Hoboken. New Jersey. "MA. 

• TRAVIS OLFVER. IIL .Monroe, Louisiana, lien. 

Sixth Row: 

• EDWARD BENJAMIN O.STROEF. Baltnn..i<-. .Maryland. ZliT. 

• ROBERT CHARLES PAGANO. New York. New York. ATA. 

• ROGER WARDE PAINE. Long Beach, California. "tPA. 

• RUSSELL VAUGHAN PARRISH, Newport News, Virginia. i:>M:. 

• ROBERT ELKIN PAYNE. Louisville, Kentucky. ATA. 

• DAVID FRANKMAN PETERS, Hagerstown. Maryland, rx. 

• JA.VIES LEON PETERS. Delray Beach. Flori.la, i;N. 

Seventh Row: 

• DOUGLAS JAN POLLACK, Richmond. Virginia. ZHT. 

• ARTHUR HER.MAN PORTNOY, Warrenton, Virginia, ZliT. 

• THOMAS NELSON RAINS, Atlanta, Georgia, K_\. 

• (;E0R(;E DOUGLAS reed, jr., Baltimore, Maryland. *K>I'. 

• JOHN FRANCIS REFO. Norfolk. Virginia, i;X. 

• THO-MAS PIERCE RIDEOU T. Bethesda, .Maryland, <MA. 

• BRUCE HEERDT ROBER.SON. Wilmington. Delaware. AXA. 



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First Row: 

• EDW ARD DLNBAR ROBERTSON. JR., Chester, Virginia, O-Ki:. 

• WALKER YOUNG RONALDSON, JR., Baton Rouge, U.uisiana. 

• JOHN MACK ROPER, Wdsliington. D.C.. i;X. 

• MEADE FRANKLIN ROSE, Philadelphia, Peniisylvaiiia, *rA. 

• LOUIS ANTHONY ROSENSTOCK, IH, Petersburg, Virginia. ZI!T. 

• RONALD OLIVER SCHARNBERG. Newport. Arkansas, i:x. 

• ANTHONY DAVID SCHLESINGER. Dallas. Texas. ZHT. 

Second Row: 

• ROBERT PAUL SCHWARTZ, Lakeland. Florida, ZHT. 

• MICHAEL JOSEPH SHANK, Rydal, Pennsylvania, I^V.. 

• RODNEY BACCHUS SHIELDS, Upper Montclair. New Jersey. 

• ANDREW AUGUSTUS SMITH, Greenville. Delaware. ITK*. 

• NICHOLAS SANFORD SMITH, Palm Beach. Florida, nKA. 

• WILLIA-M EUGENE SMITH. JR.. Binningham. Alabama. i:Ai:. 

• THOMAS EVERETT SPARKS. JR., Fordyre. Arkansas, 11 KA. 

Third Row: 

• DAVID TAYLOR HUCKNALL SPENCER, Warren. Pennsylvania. <i>Ki:. 

• CHARLES HALLAM STEVENSON. Owensboro. Kentucky. nKA. 

• RONALD STEWART, Williamsburg, Virginia. HK*. 

• JAMES LILMON STOTT, JR.. Richmond. Virginia. AT. 

• JOHN DAVID STREETMAN. St, Louis. Missouri, :SX. 

• STEPHEN HOWARD STULL. Riverside Connecticut, *Ae. 

• JAMES LOUIS SURFACE. Roanoke. Virginia. <I>K2. 

Fourth Row : 

• MICHAEL DAVID SUSSMAN. Baltimore. Maryland. ZBT. 

• DAVID COLLINS SWANN. Asheville, North Carolina, <f-Ae. 

• JOHN BRANTLEY SYDNOR, Lynchburg, Virginia, 2AE. 

• SAMUEL DUNTON TANKARD, IH. Franktown, Virginia. <I>Ki'. 

• KENTWOOD BRETT THACKSTON. Bristol. Virginia. KA. 

• GLENN OSWALD THORNHILL. JR.. Salem, Virginia. ATA. 

• JOHN CHARLES THURMOND. Shreveport, Louisiana. 

Fifth Row: 

• GEORGE MtNEIR TILMAN, Charlottesville, Virginia, lAH. 

• SIDNEY HERBERT TINLEY. Ill, Baltimore. Maoland, 'MA. 

• JOHN EDWARD TIPTON, Webster Groves. Missouri. 2*E. 

• JOSEPH LUDVIK TOPINKA. Riverside. Illinois. AT. 

• HUGH HENRY TROUT. Roanoke. Virginia, *rA. 

• JOHN RICHARD UHLIG. IL Baltimore, Maryland. ATA. 

• ROBERT MILES VAN RENSSELAER. Backing Ridge. New Jersey. 'lAH 



Sixth Row: 

• HERBERT .MICHAEL WALKER. Norfolk, Virginia, ATA. 

• NELSON DUDLEY WARWICK. JR.. Chestnut Hill. Pennsylvania, ATA. 

• PETER MILLER WEI.MER, Chagrin Falls. Ohio. JAH. 

• ROBERT LLOYD WHEELOCK. III. Corsicana. Texas. Ki:. 

• CHESTER PATCHEN WHITE, JR., Washington, Connecticut. IIKA. 

• JOHN GREGORY SARGEANT WIGGIN.^. Westport. Connecti.ui. A TJ 

• JOHN H.\YDEN WIGGS. JR.. .Selma. North Carolina. AT. 

Seventh Row: 

• ASHLEY TUR.MAN \^ ILTSHIRE. JR., Richmond, Virginia, ATA. 

• SHERWOOD WILLING WISE, JR., Jackson, Mississippi. 2*E. 

• DAVID HENRY WOLTHORN, Morrisville. Pennsylvania. S^E. 

• DONALD ALLEN WYLY. Kansas City, Missouri, AT. 

• W ILLIA.M HA.ST1NGS WVLY, Fort ■« orlh, Texas, K-. 

• ROBERT ARCHIBALD YOUNG. IH. Fort Smith. Arkan-a., <1.A0. 




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BUCK OCtILVIE Executive Conimitteenian 

EDWARD CROFT President 

FRANK WRIGHT Vice-president 

SYDNEY BUTLER Secretary 

BARRY GREENE Historian 




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First Row: 

• ROGER EARL ALLEN, JR., Lynohhurfi, Virf;inia, 2AK. 

• JOHN MASON ALLGOOD. Charlott.-, North Carolina. 

• DAVE JULES ANDRK, Hriilt;eport, We-l Vir-inia, <t>Ki:. 



-Second Ron : 

• WILLLAM DAVID ANGEL, Huiuinfiton. West Virsinia, ZHT. 

• ALONZO ATKINS, JR.. Gadsden, Alal.ama, .\X.\. 

• ROHER r NORM \N WLIN. Houst.m, Texas IX. 



Third Row : 

• JOHN WILLL\.\1 BAKER. JR., Suffolk. Virginia, SAK. 

• ANTHONY JOSEPH RARRANCO, JR., Lake Wales, Florida. Z.W.. 

• RICHVRD IRVINE HEVWARI) REI.SER, Coluinliia, .Souili Carolina 



Fourth Row : 

• DAVID CALMES BLACK, Atlanta, Genrfiia, K A. 

• VINCENT CRAIG BLACKSTOCK, Tulsa, Oklahoma, iX. 

• I'ETER DONALD BI.AKESLEE, Buffalo, New York. 



Fifth Row: 

• EDWIN FORREST BOKEE, III. Baltimore, Maryland, AXA. 

• ROBERT AMOS BOLEN, Huntington, West Virginia, -tK^. 

• LEWIS BENTON BOLTON, Troutvillc, Virginia. 



Sixth Row: 

• I'HILII' S. E. BOOTH, Clii\> Chase, Mar>land. IIKO.. 

• FREDERIC WILLIA.M BOYE, III, Fort Knox. Kentucky, UK*. 

• ROBERT HALL BREWER, Helena, Arkansas, Ki). 



Seventh Row : 

• MICHAEL HELM BRI(;HT, Valdosia, i;eorgia, 'lAO. 

• ROGER NEAL BRIGHT, Dallas, Texas. KZ. 

• DAVID WESTBROOK ISRITT, Parker-hurg. West Virginia. *K^^. 



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First Ko«: 

• ARTHUR KASIWOOl) ISROADIS. Knnxville, Tenne^ste, KA. 

• KM \^^I•:L EDW in brooks, jr.. Oiange. Virginia. 

• niOM \S \1I<:\.1 Ml RRl MBV. IV. Atlanta. Georgia, K.\. 

• IO.SKl'H KOY RURKART. Loncl.m Bridge, Virginia. ATA. 

• S\ DNEY .lOHNSrON BUTLER, iVR-mpliis, Tennessee, 2AE. 

• RUSSELL vonLEHN BUXTON, Newport News, Virginia, 2X. 

• ROBERT LOUIS CAKKERATA. ForeM Hills, New York. AT. 



Seroii.l Ro« : 

• PETER \1i:(:R\> CWDIEI;. \ll.inla. Cei.i-ia. KA. 

• JAY MELVIN t:Al'L\.N. Ballimore. Maryland, Z1!T. 

• ROBERT HENRY CARLSON, HL Birmingham. Alal.ania, •i'l^K 

• BENJAMIN LOW CHAPMAN. Greenwieh, Conneelieiit, Ki:. 

• BRUCE THEODORE CHOSNEY, Colonia, New Jersey, AXA. 

• JOHN WESLEY CLARK. JR.. Birmingham, Alabama, *rA. 

• CLEMENT JOSEPH CLARKE. Philadelphia. Pennsylvania. <{>rA. 

Thiifl Hou: 

• RICH \RI) W INSTON COCKE, Norlli Tajrvluun. New York. ^'W.. 

• \ \ ITIAMEL JAMES COHEN. Virginia Beach. Virginia. ZHT. 

• RICHARD CLARK COLTON. JR., Pelham, New York, AT. 

• STEPHEN JOHN COLVIN. Arlingt.m Heights, Illinois. 

• CHRISTOPHER THORNVi ELL CONYER.S. JR.. Atlanta. Georgia. :i'V- 

• FREDERICK EAN.SOK COOPER. Thoinasville, Georgia. IIK<I>. 

• Rl( II \RI) \ \KON COPLAN. Baltimore, Maryland. ZHT. 

I.»ntll Kow: 

• JOSEPH RICHARD COUCH. JR., Okmaua, Rsuku Man.U. 11M>. 

• (.E0R(;E BARKSDALE CRADDOCK. JK.. Lvn.hlmrg. Virginia. HIMI, 

• JERE DAVIES (TIAVEN.S. BaiiU-Mlle. Oklahoma. i;'I>K. 

• CRAIG SMITH CROCKARD. Iln ninmluni. Alabama. IMHl. 

• EDWARD SJOCKTON CROI'T. Ill, \ll:mla. C.eurgia. KA. 
o i;iCli \RD RA^ CRU.ST. Hou-mn. I Vk:,., K1. 

• Cll VHLICS MAJOR CUMMINCS. Le\ingl..n, A'iiginia. li'l-K. 



Kifih Row: 

• RUTLEDGE W ITHERS CURRIE. Cliex\ Cha~e. Maryland. IIK*. 

• STEPHEN RINTOl L DAVENPORT. III. HamKU Creek. Kenlue 

Ben. 

• CHARLES REID DENMs. WaneiUnn. Virginia. Ki:. 

• ED\A ARD BRAl N DICKSON. W in. Iiesier. Virginia, ine\. 

• JOHN MATTHEWS DIXON. Birmingham. Alabama, AXA. 

• TlMOlHY WALTERS DOL.s. Baltimore. Maryland. IIK*. 

• BRIVN Mold FN DORSK. P.ler-I.m-. Virginia. ZHT. 



Si\tli How : 

• JOHN D\\ Is DUNCAN. Nevada. Missouri. i:X. 

• \LFRED EDWARD ECKES, JR.. Bradford, Pennsylvania. AXA. 

• JOHNNY P. EDWARD.s. JR.. Graham. Texas, 2X. 

9 WALKER GIBSON ERICK-SON. Ha.ldonstield. New Jersey. -t-KM' 

o W INFIELD SCOTT E.SSEX. JR., t:(dnmbns. Ohio, <M'A. 

• JOHN DALTON EURE. Suffolk. Virginia. 'M-A. 

• KENNETH GARY EVERETT, Basirop. Louisiana. 



Seventh Row: 

• PHILIP RICHESON FARNSWOK 111, JR.. Melairie. Louisiana. KA. 

• ROBERT (d.OUD.MAX EARRAR. JR.. Ballimore. Marylan.l. IIKt. 

• WILLIAM HALL FITZ. Washington. D.C.. K::::. 

• W ILLIAM WHITFIELD E1T/P\TRICK. N..,folk. Virginia. HOii. 

• FOULS VALENTINE Fl. \N \t. \X. JB- lap|>ahauno,k. Virginia. 

• (TJARLIE C. FLIPPEN. JR.. Ri. l,o,..„d. Nngima. 

• D\N IIKK\llO\ FFOI BNO^. >lo.vep..M. I nuisunia. I'.nir. 



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First Row: 

• ROBERT O. FOERSTER, III. Summit, New Jersey. AT. 

• LESTER McLURE FOOTE. Alexandria. Louisiana. SX. 

• THEODORE MARKLEV FREED. Philadelphia, Pennsvlvania. 

• GEORGE .MALLORV FREEMAN. Richmond. Virginia, ATA. 

• DAVID JAMES FRENCH. Kansas City, Missouri. i:X. 

• JOHN NEILSON FURNISS. Selma, Alabama. 

• ERNEST ROBERT FL.>^SELL. LeRov. New York. .\XA. 



Second Row: 

• MARTIN EPLER GALT. IH. St. Uiuis. Missouri, BOn. 

• BRICE RICHARD GAMBER, Baltimore, Manland. ATA. 

• TREVOR GARDNER, JR.. Arlington. Virginia. <J>rA. 

• MARK W ATKINS GEE, Brooklandville, Maryland, -X. 

• PAUL ALFRED GILBERT, Studio City. California. AT. 

• THOMAS rVLER GOAR, Dallas, Texas, K-. 

• RICHARD T. GOODE, Dallas. Texas, nKA. 

Third Row: 

• RICHARD HADEN GORDON, III, New York, New York. Kl\ 

• G. WILLIAM GOSSMANN, JR.. Louisville, Kentucky, ATA. 

• WILLIAM MONROE GOTTEN. Memphis. Tennessee. KI. 

• THO.MAS ROBBINS GREEN, Ladue. .Missouri. iX. 

• BARRY ALLEN GREENE. Martinsville. Virginia ZHT. 

• KENNETH EDWARD GREER, Man.m, Virginia, KA. 

• JAMES WILLIAM HALEY, JR.. Arlington, Virginia. BBn. 

Fourth Row: 

• JOHN MELVILLE HALLY, Alloa. Scotland. i:x. 

• LYNN RHEA HAMMOND, HI. Roanoke. Virginia, AXA. 

• ROBERT WHEELWRIGHT HENLEY. JR., Richmond. Virginia K \ 

• HARRY PRESTON HENSHAW. Ill, Shaker Heights. Ohio, -AE. 

• SMITH HICKENLOOPER. Ill, Cincinnati. Ohio. 2AE. 

• JOHN EDWARD HILKER, York. Pennsylvania. AXA. 

• EDWARD HOTTES HOLLMAN, Belleville. Illinois. -J-Ki:. 

Fifth Row: 

• WARREN P. HOPKINS. LaGrange, Illinois, *rA. 

• JAMES ROY HORTON. Towson, Maryland. IIK4.. 

• BRLlCE THOMSON HOUGHTON. Pittsburgh. Pennsylvania. IIKA 

• MATTHEW HAROLD HULBERT, Lvnchburg. Virginia. 

• WILLIAM CRAWFORD HUMPHREYS, JR., Memphis. Tennessee, -N. 

• ALVIN BRYANT HUTZLER. Richmond. Virginia, *En. 

• ANDREW CORNWALL HYDE, Greenwich. Connecticut. KA. 

Sixth Row: 

• DAVID L. HVMAN, Louisville, Kentucky. ZHT. 

• JOHN MICHAEL JENKINS, .Montgomerv, Alabama, -AE. 

• CHARLES GLIDDEN JOHNSON, Clarksburg, West Virginia. *Ki:. 

• FRANK H. JONES, Canton, Georgia. KA. 

• HARVEY ELLIS JONE.S, JR.. Mobile, Alabama, i:AE. 

• ROBERT BURN.S KARN, St Louis, Missouri, *Ae. 

• ROBERT PATTER.SON KENNEDY, JR., Eufaula, Alabama. 

Seventh Row : 

• WTLMOT HIGGINS KIDD, Richmond, Virginia, KA. 

• EUGENE RAYMOND KIDWELL, JR., Princeton, West Virginia. AXA 

• JOHN ARTHUR KIELY. Vicksburg. Mis.sissippi. <j.K2. 

• CHARLES DA\^SO.N KIMBELL. West Lafayette, Indiana, UK*. 

• BILL HAYVS OOD KINSEV. JR., Washington, North Carolina, K::, 

• JOHN HARRIS KIRKLEY, Atlanta, Georgia, "J.EA. 

• FREDERICK JOSEPH KRALL. Kendallville. Indiana. 




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Kirs-t Row: 

• ARTHUR GUSTAVE KROOS, III, SheH-aii. \Vis,„n.in. -X. 

• JOHN FARIS LACKEY, Richmond. Kenlucky, AXA. 

• HARRY LAiN'DSIEDEL, Milford. Conn«ii,ul. -.\. 

• KENNETH PROCTOR LANE, Richmond. Vi,f.Mn,a, *^«. 

• ROliERT EDWARD LEE, Washington. D.C. iika. 

• I'HILH' HENRY LEMON. Roanok,-. Virfjinia. H(l|l. 

Second Row: 

• ERNE.ST DOUGLA.S LEVERING. Baltimore. Maryland, <M<-I'. 

• MICHAEL ELLIOT LEVIN. Lakewood. New .jersey. Zin . 

• THO\L\S GARY LEWLS. Goldshoro, North Carolina. AX \. 

• STANLEY MILTON LEYDIG. JR.. .^t. Lo„is. \li..„uri. Bhii. 

• THOAIA.S MOUNTAIN LYBASS, Jacksonvilh-. Florida. 

• lllfl CE RAYMOND MacDONALD, Petersburg;. Virginia, <1.K:;. 

Third Row: 

• JA.ME.S BOWIE McCENEY, Laurel, Maryland. 4.IU. 

• JOHN MILTON McDANIEL. Pineville, Pennsylvania, ATI. 

• DOUGLAS Mcdowell, Philadelphia. Pennsylvania, 'Wl. 

• RICHARD WOLCOTT MrENALLY. New Bern, North Carolina. AXA. 

• DOUGLAS SPENCER McEVOY. Short Hills. New Jersey. ']A(). 

• DONALD HI ERY MrFALL. (:harle.t„n. « p-i Virginia, SAK. 

Foiirlh Row: 

• FLO'>D WINGFIELD McKINNON. Scarsdale, New York, nK2. 

• WALTER LEONARD McMANUS. JR., Baltimore, Maryland. *KM'. 

• LEWIS BARNHART McNEACE. JR., Roanoke, Virginia, <fK2. 

• JOHN MEEK MADISON, JR.. Shreveport. Louisiana, BBn. 

• JAMES STRAWBRIDGE MAFFITT. IV. Raleigh. North Carolina. ITKA. 

• JULIAN ELMO MARKHAM. JR.. Sehring. Florida. H(nT. 

Killh Row: 

• WILLIAM HENKY .MARMION, JR., Roanoke, Virginia, -I'K-. 

• HOWARD WOODROW MARTIN, JR., Lynnhaven, Virginia. t'VA. 

• JACK CORNELIUS MARTIN. Frankfort. Kentucky. 

• SIDNEY WALTON MAURRAS, Fort Smith. Arkansas, -AK. 

• JAMES WINSTON MELL. East Orange. New Jersey. <WCi:. 

• JOHN LAWRENCE MENDELL. Houstim, Texas, HHii. 

Sixth Row: 

• JOHN EDWARD MICHAELSEN, Old Greenwich, Connecticut. ATA. 

• JOHN HANSON MITCHELL, La Plata, .Maryland, 2<S>E. 

• MELVIN HAROLD -MITCHELL, JR., Garland, Texas. AXA. 

• HOLLIS IRWIN MOORE. Covington. Tennessee, iX. 

• JAMES HOBSON MORRISON, JR., Hammond, Louisiana, KA. 

• BRUCE WINTER MOSS, Mt. Kisco. New Y„rk. AT. 

Seventh Row: 

• ROBERT COURTNEY MOTTLEI , JR., Roanok.-. Virginia, AXA. 

• ROBERT JOHN MOYE, Arlington, Virginia, i:X. 

• CLARENCE VAUGHAN NALLEY, IH, Gainesville, Georgia, nKA. 

• W ILLIA.M ALFRED NOELL, JR.. Bluefield. West Virginia. 

• PETER KISSELL NOONAN, Springfield. Ohio, AT. 

• FDW \KD MOWER NORTON. JR., Butler. Pennsylvania, ;:A1:. 



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First Row: 

• CHARLES SHEPHERD NOWLIN, JR., Lynchburg. Virginia. Z\Y.. 

• WILLLAM BLiCKNER OGILVIE. JR.. Shreveport. Louisiana. HOn. 

• HENRY DUMESNIL ORMSBY, Louisville, Kentucky. 

• ALBERT THOMAS OWEN, York, Pennsylvania, <i.K-I'. 

• CHARLES COUNCILMAN OWENS. Baltimore, Maryland. <i>KM'. 

• THOMAS SN^ DER PACE. JR.. Casper. Wyoming, KS. 

Second Row : 

• 1)0.\AL1) PALMER. LaGrange Park. Illin.iis, AXA. 

• STEPHEN MICHAEL PAREL, Arlington, Virginia, BOn. 

• HARR^ LE.SLIE PARLETTE, IH. Upper Brookville, New York. i:*i: . 

• ALLAN GUTHRIE PATERSON, San Antonio, Texas, -J-KS. 

• GEORGE HESSLER PAUL, Jacksonville. Florida, 2X. 

• JOHN YEARDI.EY PEAR.'^ON. JR.. Hampton. Virginia. ATA. 

Third Row: 

• WILLIAM BALSER PETTY, JR.. Arlingl..n. Virginia. 

• ALBERT MICHAEL PHILLIPS, Delray Beach, Florida. I^V.. 

• SAM WESLEY PIPES, Mobile, Alabama, ATA. 

• ROBERT HENRY POWELL. HL Franklin. Virginia, i;\. 

• JAMES MARKEN POWERS, Baltimore. Maryland. <J.KM'. 

• SAMUEL BRADFORD PRESTON. Mi. Lake-. New Jersey. AT. 

Fourth Row: 

• JAMES \^ESLE\ RAMSEY. JR., Greenville, Virginia. 

• JOHNNY ALLAN RAPHAEL, Dallas, Texas, ZHT. 

• EDWARD COTTON RAWLS, Darien, Connecticut. ATA. 

• JUD.SON PATTERS(JN REIS. Darien, Connecticut. *KM'. 

• BRUCE WARW ICK: RIDER. Summit, New Jersey. 

• FRED MILLER RIDOLPHI. JR.. Memphis. Tennessee, ZAK. 

Fifth Row: 

• RICHARD MANSFIELD ROBERT.S. JR.. Bethesda, Maryland, HHII. 

• DONALD ARLINGTON ROBINSON. Jacksonville. Florida. 

• CONSIDER WILLETT ROSS, Louisville, Kentucky, rcX. 

• JOHN PEGRAM ROY, Louisville. Kentucky, BBn. 

• WILLIAM FRANKLIN RUGG, Indianapolis, Indiana. Hen. 

• LESLIE CLARY RUCKER. JR., Arlington. Virginia. 4.K::. 

Sixth Row : 

• HENRY .\IO.nELE\ SACKETT, HI, Lynchburg. Virginia. i;Ai;. 

• JOHN MARK SA.MET. .^t. Louis, Missouri. >I>i;n. 

• CHARLES BRITTON SAVAGE, Montgomery. Alabama. ^\¥.. 

• FREDERICK CHARLES SCHAEFFER, Swarthmore, Penn-ylvania. ATA. 

• WILLIAM McCLURE SCHILDT. Hager-town, Maryland. :iN. 

• HOWARD MURFEE SCHRAMM. IK.. Mobil,. Mabama. 

.Seventh Row: 

• JOHN PETER SCHUBERT, Lewi-ton. \b.ntana, 'HA. 

• BERNARD MYER SHAPIRO, Fort Lee. New Jersey, ZHT. 

• CONWAY HOWARD SHEILD. Newport News, Virginia, RKA. 

• NICHOLAS PAY SIMMONS, Baltimore, Maryland, :SX. 

• GEORGE THOMAS SISLER, Ashland. Kentucky, nXA. 

• DWIGHT CULVER SMITH. We-t l';ilni I'.cac h. Florida. X*!:. 



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Kii>l Row: 

• HERBERT FRANKLIN SMITH. Newpmi News. Virt;inia, KA. 

• S\\ CARLISLE SMITH, JR.. Frederick. Maryland. 4>KM'. 

• ,IOHN JORDAN SMITH, Danville, Virginia. <I.rA 

• WILLIAM STERNBERGER SOLMSON. Memphis, Tennessee, ZUT. 

• GEORGE BARNES SPAl LOING. Chase City, Virginia, *KZ. 

• RICHARD TAYLOR SPENCER. Lyn.hhurg, Virginia. FTKA. 

• r.lKI-ON BARINGER STANIAR. Sh..rt Hills. New Jersey. .1-K>I'. 

"iiToiul Row: 

• PETER JAMES .STEELING. Atlanta. Georgia. ^X. 

• SPENCER ROWLAND STOUFFER. Harris..nlniig. Virginia. '\'\i-\'. 

• RODNEY LEE STUMP. Pulaski, Virginia. 

• W II.LIAM DURWOOD SUGGS. IIL Richmond. Virginia. KA. 

• KIN ALLEN SUPAK, Virginia Beach. Virginia. ZBT. 

• I<)\1 DEAN SUPAK. Virginia Beach, Virginia. ZUT. 

• liDJ'.ERT MARION SUPER, Upper Mcmtrlair. New Jeisey. 

IIiIkI Ro»: 

• IIMMIE r. SILVESTER, Las Vega>. Nevada, Ki:. 

• lO COWIN TARTT, JR., Livingston. Alabama. ZAE. 
e IL liORDON TAYLOR, Memphis, Tennesse,', *AO. 

• \l \TTHEW GIL.MOUR THOMPSON. Richmond, Virginia. KA. 
« I \IN PENDLETON TOMPKIN.S. Hillshorough. California, *I'A. 

• PETER SAUL TRACER, liallinio.e. Maryland. ZP.T. 

• JEROME TURNER, Memphi-. '\\mw^<,-e. :^.\E. 

Koiiitli Row: 

• SAMIEL GWATH.MEY TYLER. Anchorage, Kentucky. lAi:. 

• GARY MADISON UNDERHILL. JR.. Charlotte. Noith Carolina. K A. 

• CU \RLES FOX UROUHART. HI, Courlland. Virginia, IIKA. 
« I'M 1, FREEMAN VAN AVERY. Platt-lmrg. New ^..rk. 1IK<1>. 

• JOSEPH VOLPE, ArlingKin. Virginia, <1.1A. 

• I WIES H. WALLEN.STEIN. Dallas, Texa.s. ZHT. 

• HON KFITER WM.LIS, JR.. Madison. Indiana. K.\. 

Ml III !io»: 

• EDWARD STEPHEN WALSH, Chappa.iua. Newk York. ATA. 

• AUGUSTUS BERRY WALTON. JR.. Little Rock, Arkansas, <f.Afi. 

• JOHN WALTER WATTS. IIL Martinsville, Virginia, K2. 

• PENNINGTON HOWARD WAY, HI, .Madison, New Jeisey. SX. 

• JAMES .McCartney WEARN. New York, New York, <I'K^'. 

• JOHN WILKINS WESCOAT, Eastville. Virginia, *K2. 

« 1\MES BRUCE WHELIHAN, Lafayette Hills. Penn^vKania. 

Si\tli Row: 

• GK0K(;E CHANDLER WICK. JR.. Cleveland. Ohio. A*!'. 

• W ILLIA.M HENRY WILKINSON, Dallas. Texas, Ben. 

• ERNEST WILLIAMS. Ill, Lynchburg, Virginia, 2AE. 

• ERIC HALL WILSON. Scarsdale. New York. ATA. 

• JOHN TAYLOR WINEBRENNER. Hanover. Pennsylvania. <J.K^I'. 

• REX HUNTER WOOLDRIDGE, Bartlesville, Oklahoma. i;X. 

• KMMETT RANDOLPH WOOTTON, JR., Baltimore, Maryland, <f'A«. 

Sevfiilh Row: 

• FRANK WARDLAW WRIGHT, Blacksburg, Virginia, 2N. 

• JACK YARBROUGH. Greensboro, Alabama, 2AE'. 

• .STUART JAMES YOFFE. Louisville. Kentucky, ZBT. 

• NORMAN EDGAR YOUNGBI.OOD. HI. Fayetteville, North Carolina, 



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Fii-sl Row: 

• WILLIAM (ISI.KH \l \|ll\ \l;l;()|| \llaill;. (,r,,i;;il i;\i' 

• DWIDlll \ll\(;i()\ \|l\\IS. Shakrr lleiMiN «)hi,. *A;i 

• T1I(I\I\S l'\T'K)\ ADWIS, n'.Ccluniliia. Sunili Can.lina ilK4. 

• \ INCKM' CASSKI. AI)A^^'^UN. JR.. Ri,l,n„„i,l. Viiiiuna l.V 

• CLAMO.N KDMOND.s ALLEN. III. Ne«^,>rk. New \(.ik i;N 

• CLOKCE AMILF.1 ALLEN. Cl,e>ter. .S„„ili Can, lina K\ 
o ll\KKY LO^ ANDERSON, I'alm IJeac li. El..,i,la. IIKA 

• SWU ELTII.DEN AN.^El.L. III. Km-iinilun. M.MNland ^Y 



Sfcond Row : 

• MARK MICHAEL AI'l'I.EEELI). IJalliniu,,.. \lanla,i,l /.liT. 

• CORDON LEE ARCHER. Charlc.ll. -Mill,-. \ I,.., nia hlU. 

• W II I.IWI SIEW \RT VIWELL. Hani|il..ii \,i-,Mia IlKV 

• I'HII.II' STWIJOj'E I'.NCON. LeMiiH,.,,. K.-„i,„ kv \\ \ 

• IIIONUS ALIIERT l;\ri'HER, T,.lr,l„. (»l,i„. .[.An 

• ROIIERT KEW Mill i'.AKER. \Ia.li^..M. Nr» \r,-,^ .hK>l' 

• .|(»HN SIEW ART l',E\CI,E. Elinl. Michi-an. <! K- 

• .lOE ERANK I!E\K. .IK., \h.n^^^,.m,■^^. MalM.i.H *i«. 



Tliii'l Row: 

• .lOEL FAREWELL ISENNEIT Sihei .-^|>^.ll" \lai\laii,l ■MA 

• W ALTER HARIW El 1. i;E\NETT. Tu-ral.insa, Mal.a.na l.N 

• .IWIE.s KICH\IH»SO\ |;o\|;D\1AN. Mapl.w I. Ni-w I.•rM■^ ATA 

• KEWEIH ROI'.EIM' i;itl\i;SKV. l.nuiMill,-. Kt-nlurks. /r.T 

9 RICH \RD .|0||\>|0\ i'.OI I \. ||i,,ii,„,,|..,, \\,.^l Vii-iiiia. J i\. 

• W ARKEN KLINE lUll lo\ I i,h.,-il,. \ ,, .,nia 

• CIIAKLES CIII!l>TOI'lli:!; UnWI.I. M, l.aii. \ ii^ihia ■VVl 

• WILLI \\l liIRD I'.OME. W iii-l.m Sal.™, N..11I1 Can.lina. AX \, 



I'Oiii-lli Row : 

• EDWARD HUTCHINSON HRADRliR-l. \,^sw. C..„i,c, 11. „i. ■! K'l-, 

• CHARLES CRAWEORD RRICHT. Ridiniond. \ ir^inia II KC 

• D\\ ID riL(.H\l \\ l'.l!0\Dlll S. Tunsiall. Vii-inia. lllvC 

• WILLIWI CRA'l I'.KOADIM S. Richm..n.l. Vir-iiiia. i;-^. 

• ROIiEKT I'EKH^ IIROOK-^. Si. Louis. Mis.suuri. 

• RROOKS CIDEON liliOWN, IIL Bellies.la, Mai-ylaiul. Ki:. 

• lOEL W ALL RROW \. \l. n.|.lii-. Trnnessec i;AK. 

« 1!ICH\KD STWroN r.KOWN. Wil.niiii:t...i. D,.|a«aie. .l.K-l', 



Fiflh RoH : 

• W ILLIA.M VAN(T; HKOWN. Ashes ille. N.irlli Caioluia. 'I-K: 

• BLAINE ALLLM)N I'.ROW'NELL. Riniiin^liam. Alaliaiiui. 

• .lOE (;REG(; hick \I EW. .Muhile. Alahama, XVA. 

• IA.MES CHRISroniEK RIJSSART. Kiiif:.s|"iii, Tennessee. 

• lOHN GORDON \\\ EK.S. .|R., Ealls Cluncli. Viiyiiiia. IIK+. 

• VEERED lOSEI'H lol EON RVRNE. Rirlmi<in(L Vir-inia, 
C .IERK^ (;RANT C\DEN. .Snncnille. \rv> .jcisev. '\K^. 

• HENRY \IE\I)E C\DOT. W ilmin-l..,!. Delau .11. 'IKi:. 



Sixlli Row: 

• I WIES NELSON CARCII.L. .IK., liirlnn I. Vir^iinia. +AO. 

• WDEK.'^ON BROWN CAROTHER.s. H,,usi,„i, Texas. ^AV.. 

• Kl( IIVKD Nor.I.E CARKELL. I'ensaeola. ElcriJa. i;Ai:. 

• DWIll IIENK'i CARROLL. N .uin-sicHn. Ohio. -l-AO. 

• TIM (.n C.\,^E^. New ^o^k. New ^ ork. ^W.. 

• KENNETH El CENE (TIANDLER. Dres.len. Tennessee, 1'\-V. 

• H \L SCRUM'S CHASE. HI. Fiankf.m. Kenliuky, K \. 

• KOI'.ERT HAHN COEIELD. Eon Tlioinas. Kenliuks. 



Sevonlli Row: 

• ROSS .STEVEN CONN. Creeji-hur,-. I'enn-sKama. /.KT. 

• lEFFREY GILLION (.:()NRAD, >ari Eran.isro. (alifoinia. AT. 

• ROLAND SHELTON ( OKNINC. Suinler, .Soulli Carolina. i'.N. 

• ALAN CRAIG CO'ITON. I, xarkaiia. Texas. ::;<I'E. 

• I.EROy GILLETTE 1 KEN>II \\V. III. Rielnnond. Virginia. IIKA. 

• STEPHEN K0(;EK> CKOOK. r.i-Ile\ille. Illinois. AX.\. 

• JOHN CWIEKON CKIS>\1\N. I'itl-liur-li. I'enn-yhania, 'IKl. 

• W II LI \M .^TErHEN.M)N DWID, Harwinlon, Conneelicul. K A. 



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Arts and Sciences Class of 1965 

First Row: 

• DOUGLAS VATCHN DAVIS, Fairfax. Virginia, 24>E. 

• JAOl'EI.IN HAI!KIS()\ DEJARNETTE. Richmond. Virfiinia. i;X. 

• WILLIAM HENK'^ DKLAVAN. JR., Skaneateles. New York. 

• DE.WIS AKIHI K DKMOT.'^. Jark-onviile, Florida, "tK*. 
e .IA\1E.^ ■«L\ST(I\ DkYOI NG. Kenilworth. Illinois. 

• <;. E^IER.^()^ DICKMA.N. Haworth. .New Jersey. HK*. 

• \\ ILLIAM THOMA.^ DICKSON, Lvncliburg, Virginia, Ben. 

• PETER BERNHARDT DINKEL, Upper Montclair, New Jersey. liOn. 

Second Row : 

• NEWELL SMITH DOTY. Longmeadow, .Massachusetls, IIK<k 

• RICHARD \l \K ri.N DKKW. Anderson. South Carolina. 

• (,I S ROIILKT Dl I'd S. Sa\annah. Georgia. 

• (.FORCE H WIILTON Dl .\.N. Winter Park. Florida. AT. 

• C. R0|;EKT CWIi'llELL D^ER, Hin-dale. Rlinois. AT. 

• RROI GHTON MILLER EARNEST. Washington, D.C.. Rail. 

• \)\\\\) \I.C\KI.E^ ELLIS. Dalli~. Texas. K2. 

• GREGORY EDWARD EUSTON, St. Louis, Missouri. i;.\. 

Third Row: 

• JOHN DONALD FEAGIN, Tulsa. Oklahoma. Ben. 

• ADAM JllLIUS FIEDLER. Baltimore. Maryland, 2X. 

• THOMAS NOR FLEET FIGUER.S, JR., Dallas. Texas. <i>rA. 

• (.KOKCE MIFFLIN FISHER. IV, Dover. Delaware. -{.rA. 

• MORRIS El (.ENF FI.ATER. Au^zusta, Georgia. IIK*. 

• KI\II THORNTON FORD. HL Lvnchhurg. Virginia, <J.Ki;. 

• LXKKIN MASON KoW I FR. JR.. Atlanta. Georsia. 2<i>E. 

• JOSF.PH HOITLE FKAMPTON, Federalsl.urg, Maryland. IIKA. 

Fourlli Row: 

• JEAN SIDNEY FRIEDBERG. JR., Louisville. Kentucky. ZBT. 

• DANIEL JOSEPH FRIEDMAN, JR.. Richmond, Virginia. ZBT. 

• VICTOR R. GALFF. While Plains. New York. ZBT. 

• FLOYD r,RL(T: (;ARI!ETT. Memphis. Tennessee. UK*. 

• DWID NEW TON (.ARVER. JR.. lirerksville, Ohio. B«II. 

• (.ORDON BERTRAM GAY. W ashint:ton. D.C.. ATA. 

• DAVID A. GEER. Ill, Spartanburg. South Carolina, *AO. 

• RALPH LEE GILLUM, Milton, Florida. 

Fifth Row: 

• JOLYON PITT GIRARD. Old Greenwich. Connecticut. i;N. 

• FRANK OLIVER GLENN. III. Long Beach, Washington, *K2. 

• MAURICE KIRBY GORDON. IL .Madisonville, Kentucky. 

• JOSEPH DANIEL GORMAN, Charleston, South Carolina, HKA. 

• ALLAN HATHAW AY GRAEFF, JR., Kensington, .Maryland. 

• W ILLIAM UiFDFRICK GRAY. JR.. Durham, North Carolina. ANA. 

• El GFNF W HEARD GREEN, Columbus, Ohio. ^'MC. 

• JOHN EDWARD GRIGGS. HI, Montgomery-. Alabama. iAK. 

.Sixth Row: 

• BAIRD SANFORD GRI.MSON, Durham, North Carolina, Ben. 

• DAVID BYRD GWINN, Huntington, West Virginia, 2AE. 

• MARK GIRARD H VEBERLE. Russell. Kentucky. :;X. 

• DOUGLAS DEAN HAGESTAD. .Metairie. Louisiana, HK*. 

• ROBERT IRVIN HANKEY, Baltimore, Maryland. <J>K>I'. 

• ERIC STEPHEN HANSSEN. Glenside, Pennsylvania. HK*. 

• DUDLEY HARE, Rye. New York, KS. 

• CALVIN TRACY HARRINGTON, Pensacola, Florida. IIKA. 

.Seventh Row : 

• RICHARD C. HAR 1"(;R0VE, San Angelo, Texas, -l>Ki;. 

• JAMES ALAN HARTLEY. St Charles. Illinois, i:X. 

• EDGAR PAUL HAYE.S. Roanoke, Virginia. HK*. 

• LAWRENCE MASON HEARTBURG. Birmingham, Alabama, BHII. 

• STEPHEN TODD llll;li\RD. Pittsfield, Massachusetts, 4>K:;. 

• W ILLLWI L\W KFNCE HILTON. JR., Spokane, Washington. HHII. 

• HAROLD LAKE HOLLADAY. Memphis, Tennessee, 2X. 

• WTLLIA.M FIELDS HOLLIDAY, Galivants Ferry, South Carolina, -tAe. 













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Fii>t R<.«: 

• V\N ALEX IIOI.T.OMOX. Dallas. Texas, <I.rA 

• KdWI.Il IKlHM'.KKCKU. II. .iist..n. Texas, li'eil. 

• M.i.W (:\\iri;i;i.l. Ill l;ii\KD. Lake Wales, Florida, KA. 

• JOIIX W II \l()\ T 111 NT, Midland, Texas. ATA. 

• STKW ART \II\(»K Hl'RTT. Laurel, Maiyland, rx. 

• STKITIKX C. Ill .SSKV. Ciiiuinnati. Ohio. X<I>E. 

• W ILLIAM in TLER HUTCHINSON. Dallas. Texa^, .MA 

• WILLIAM IXCLES. Gl.uioesler. Virijinia. K- 



.Seroiul Row : 

• liRLCE HAI I.IDA^ I A( :hvS()\. Xeuin^lu,,. Cunmi linil ATA 

• (;E(lli(,E SIIE\K\I \X .1 WIES. III. ()„o„M.t Point. Rhode l-l.ii 

• WIIIWl ll\HI)IX IWIISCIX. (:..liimhu>. Ohio. <J.KM'. 

• .1 WIES W II >()\ .1LXX1X(,S. JR., l)an^ill,■, Virfrinia 'I'l'A. 

• jdllX ELEEin J E\ X IXGS, Northheld. Illinois. *KM'. 

• IH\ IXC (1 KTIS lEKXIGAN. JR.. Greenwich. Conneelhnt. 

• I.EE \l. KA> KHIXSOX. New Orleans. Louisiana. K1. 

• EELls MAXES jOXES. JR.. li.-iheMla. Marvlan.l. K:;, 

Tliii.l Row: 

II. DANIEL JONES. IIL Prinretn,,, Xeu l,-rs,-x. ATA. 
KIHX VERNON JONE.S. Decainr. Illinois, i:*].;. 
liAXDAIT. r\GE JOXES. Tulsa. Oklahoma. li"Il. 
W \RD KAXIlOEI'll JOXES. Alexandria, Louisiana. ATA. 
W ll.l.l \\l AI.EXAXDER JLEIAN, Frankfort, Kenluokv. KA. 
l.dM.E SlIAXXON JUNG. Alexandria, Louisiana. 
HOl'.ERT E. J I XGMAN, Jacksonville. Fhuida, Z*!-:. 
JEKdME RICHARD KAHX. Anandale. Viriiinia. <i>i;il. 

louilli How: 

• JAMES DOUGLAS KANNAI'ELL. Louisville. Kentuckv. liHll. 

• EDMOXD MOHCAX KELLE'* . Newin-lon, Connecticut. ATA. 

• W AELA(,E W M.'I'ER KENNEDY. Atlanta. Geoifria. IIKA. 

• HORIX SE^ K KENT. Deland, Elmida. AXA. 

• l)A\ ID .STERLING KILEEI'.KEW . Grcen»ich. Coiiiierii, ut. 'Mv 

• \NDRE\\ CARROLL KII.I'ATRICK. Washington. D.C. IIKA. 

• CARROLL SHARP KLIXGELHOEER. III. Luther\illc. \Iar^lan, 

• RICHARD KEITH KNEIPPER. I>..rl ( harh.tl,-. Elori.la, AXA, 

Fiflli Row: 

• HOWARD IRA KORMAN. New Haven. Connecli.ul. '/liT. 

• lERRY ALAIN KOWAL.SKI. Fairfax. Vir'^inia. IIKA. 

• I'ETER MARTIN KRAMER. Milledtieville. Georfiia. AXA. 

• I'M E (.ARKETT KRATZIG. \ ictoria. Texas. IIKA. 

• RICHARD ROGERS KREITLER. Short Hills. New Jerse>, *KM', 

• BRUCE HARNETT Kl RTZ. Cam|i Hill. Pennsylvania, i:«l»E. 

• FORREST 1 AM \R LA Ml!. R.jswell. New Mexico. ATA. 

• WILLIAM POOLE I, \NC\STER S]iartanl.urff. .South Carolina. 

Sixlli Row : 

• IIRYAN ANDER.SON LANE, Bethesda. Maryland. AT. 

• LESLEY ALAN LANHAM, Parma. Ohio. AT. 

• MEL\"lX lA^I I. A PES. Buchanan. Virfiinia. *i:il. 

• GREGORI LEBEDEW M.-tuchcn. Xew Jersey. IIKA. 

• lAMEs ERAXKl.lX EEDBEIJER, Arlintiton. Virfiinia. ^^l A. 

• ROBERT ERNEST LEE. W Hand Hills, California. i:'lfK. 

• WILLIAM DABNEY LEE. Roanoke, Virginia. <I>AB. 

• JAMES SMITH EE(;G. JR.. Webster Groves. Missouri. li'hK. 



Seventh Row: 

• lOlIX ROBERT LEW IS. We-lhdd. New Jersey. -i.XA. 

• |OE IIOLEIS ErUri.E. JR.. .Mnhile. Alabama, ATA. 

• \IICII \EL EKEDERICK EUTLE, New Orleans. Louisiana. iN. 

• RICHARD M( EEKRIX EI\ ING.STON. Chester, Virf:inia. ATA. 

• I WIES ROliERT LOFTIS. HI. Bethesda. Marvland. M^. 

• CHARLES EDWARD LONG, IIL Dallas. Texas, MH||. 

• JOHN DUNCAN AUcLAlTJIN. Sturbridf:c. Massachusetts. IIK.\. 

• SAMUEL MAURICE McASHAX. Hou-t..n. Texas. HHir. 



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Arts and Sciences Class of 1965 

First Row: 

• WILLIAM ROBERT McBRINE, Atlanta, Georgia. AT. 

• MICHAEL SHERMAN McCORD, .Shreveport. Louisiana. BHII. 

• PAUL I!OW E Ml COY, Severna Park, Maryland, IIKA. 

• JO.SEPH .STITKS M<;1)ANIEL. III. Dover. Delaware. 2X. 

• EARL \L\S(lN McCOVilN. Chapman. Alaliama. IWn. 

• JOHN COOl'KK \1( KINNEY. Newark. Ohio, nKA. 

• NEIL EDW AKIt Mi W II.LIAMS. DeLand, Florida. i:<l'K. 

• GEORGE FLOOD MAD1S(JN, Bastrop, Louisiana, KZ. 

• EARL JEROME MAGDOVITZ. Memphis. Tennessee. ZBT. 

Second Row: 

• JOHN LAWRENCE MANNING. JR.. Arlin-tun. Vin:inia. H.HII. 

• DANIEL LEE MAN.SON. .Martinsville, Viniinia. ATA. 

• KENNETH ANDREW MARION, Blountsville, Tennessee, i!'! :■:. 

• JOHN FREDERICK MARSHALL, Houston, Texas, -J-AO. 

• ALAN LEE MAK\. Memphis. Tennessee, *Eri. 

• LAKKI MALKICE MKKK.S. Thoniaston. Georgia. 1-*K. 

• MICHAEL JAMES MICHAELS. Southbridae. Massachusetts. !IK \ 

• HULLIHEN WILLIAMS \100RE, Roanoke. Virginia, Ki:. 

• JOHN EDDY MOORE. Bridgepnrt, \V,-m Virginia. -t-K^I'. 

ITiird Row : 

• RONALD WA\NE MOORE, BarhMurwlle. Kentuekv. 

• CHARLES FRANCIS MORGAN. Baltimore. Maryland. 

• ALAN 1)A\ ID MORRIS, Memphis, Tennessee. ATA. 

• JAMES MM.COIAI MORRIS. Richmond. Virginia. i^*V:. 

• DAVE ANDREW MOSISALGH. St. Louis. Missouri. 2\. 

• DILLARD M IN FORD, JR, Atlanta. Georgia. :SAE. 

• PAUL SPENCER MURPHY. Birmingham, Alabama, BBn. 

• DAVID LEE MYEKS. R„anoke. Virginia. AXA. 

• VICTOR EARLE NUNAN. Sanb.rd. Main.-. ATA, 

Fourth Row: 

• MAURICE TLMOTHY O'KEEFE. Richmond. Viiginia. AXA, 

• PHILLIP RAY OLIVER, IR.. Blacksbure, Virginia. i:.\. 

• WOODARD DOKH OI'FNO. Flint. Michigan. 

• CHARLES NEWTON OSMFNT, Searcv. Arkansas. 

• LOUIE ANTHONY P VTERNO. South Charleston, West Virginia. >i J' 

• ROBERT BOYD PATTON Snringfield. Ohio, AT. 

• STUART REFD PAYNTER B-.l'imore. Maryland. HKA. 

• EUGENE LOVICK PEARCE. HL Atlanta. Georgia, i: \K, 

• CLUNET HOLMES PETTYJOHN. JR., Lynchburg. Virginia. lAK, 

Fifth Row: 

e ROBERT BKOUGHTON PHILLIPS. Pungoteague. Virginia. 'IKi, 

• PETER MURRAY PRFSTON. Cevv Chase. Maryland. <f KM'. 

• GE0R(;E W ASHINGTON price. Spartanburg. .South Carolina. Kl 

• W ILLIAM LOUIS PRICE. HI, Houston, Texas. :i; \E. 

• WM.LA.M L, PI INAM, Crestwr...d New York, K::^. 

• HENRY BANTER ol FKFMEYER. JR.. Rc,an..ke. Virginit. ATA. 

• THOMAS MOR ION K MNF.s JR.. Wikeheld. Virsiinia. AXA. 

• ALEXANDER IMKKS H ^SIN. III. Chest^rtown. Maryland. 'tKi:. 

• WINDELL G\Y READING. Lexington. Kentucky. i:X. 

Sixth Row : 

• LLOYD FERRFLL REX. Norfolk. Virginia. AT. 

• FRANKLIN BROADDUS REYNOLDS. JR.. Brookneal. Viriiinia. l.N, 

• .STEPHEN W ARD RIDEOUT. Bethesda. Maryland. O-UA 

• Fl.O'i I) DODSON ROl!K^■T,S. JR.. Memphis. Tennessee. 

• PAT IlKNR'i ROKFKT.sON. .Sarasota, Florida. ATA. 

• DOI CI.VS NEll, ROI'.lNs Washington. D.C., ZBT. 

• JOHN TllOM \S RoE'U(.ER. Green Camp. Ohio. AT, 

• RICHARD EllW \R|) ROGERS. Coral Gables. Florida. -lAn, 

• JOHN .SOLOMON ROSENBERG. Troy, Alabama. '/P.T. 

Seventh Row : 

• WILLIAM JA.MES RUBIN. Baltimore Maryland, ZBT. 

• JOSEPH WOOD RUTTER. II, Darien. Connecticut, iX. 

• WALTER HO« \RD RYLAND. Urbanna, Virginia. :::*K. 

• JAMES M.U: S \MS, .IR,. Jnhnson City. Tennessee, *Ae. 

• GEOR(,E MASON SANDERS St. Louis. Missouri. 

• RICHARD LOESCH SAUNDERS. IIL Ridgewood. New Jersey. Al'A. 

• DOUGLAS REID SCHOENFELD, JR.. Palo Alto, California. BHII 

• ROBERT LE.STER SCOTT. Middleburg. Virginia. nKA. 

• THOMAS HARDIE SEAY. Alexandria. Viiginia. IIK*. 










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First Ro« : 

• MAX LOl'IS SHAPIRA, L„ui.ville. Kt-ntiKkv. ZHT 

• GRECom \l-\<:K\'r SHARKEY. Lakew,»Hl'. New lerM-v K\ 

• JEFKEH-i .\. SIIKKH\N, Wili.iett.-. Illinois, <M'A 

• \HT11( K HEN SHEK, Miami, Florida ZBT 

• I WIES I'VIKICK M11\N. Ripley. West Virginia. '\'V\ 

• JAMES LIMISEY sllURT. Houston. Texas, ATA 

• I'HIEIP JAiN SlEE]i\G. Bartlesville. Oklahoma. 

• .SAM PRUIT SIMPSON, Rosita. C.aluiila. Mexico *fA 



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Secoiul Row: 

• EDWARD OILMAN SLI.NGERLAND. JR.. Livingston. New K-rsev i 

• J WIES NORTH SMITH. Anlmrn. Alabama. AXA. 

• W 11,1,1 \\1 Sl'l \Kr SMITH. Roanoke, Virginia, <I.Ki;. 

• JOHN El. WOO!) SNEAI). JR.. Baltimore, Maryland, <I>K:;. 

• RD'i DEW WNEH ,s T M.I.INCS. JR.. Newport News. Virginia. Z<W.. 

• \LEE\ W \ ITS STAPI,E>, liiackstone, Virginia. nKA. 

• ROBERT EL^LTON STALEFER. Frederick. MaiTland. HKA. 
o DANIEL HARVEY STONE, Baltimore. Maryland. 2<I.iK. 

• FREDERICK ANDERSON STONE, Hardy. Virginia. 

Thiitl Row: 

THOMAS EDWARD STOVER. Washington, New Jersey, IIKA. 

JAMES W ATKINS STROISS. Piit^hurgh, Pennsylvania. 

JOHN CIIRISIOPIIEH Sll RM. Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. A.XA. 

W 11.1,1 \\l IIENR'I SI P(l\. la, k-<,nville. Alabama. 

W 11,1.1 \\l I E'^IEl; SI lii; \l (.11. \n.l.-,-..ri. Indiana. 

Cll \l!l i:^ \ l\\ \ I l.i; ,^\\ IK I. Mi.. I'.m-ImI. Connecticut, nK'].. 

BRWIllN H\l,Uls(l\ I \i;i;. III. Mcxaii.lria, Virginia. 

ROBERT W1N.STO.N TA^ LOR, St. L,mis, .Missouri. i:X. 

ROYAL TERRELL. JR.. Atlanta. Georgia. KA. 

oinlh Row: 

ROBERT t;LE(;GE THO.MA.S. St. IVlerburg. Eh.rida, i:.\. 
SA.MIEL BARKLEY THOMA.S. Springfield, .Missouri, i:.\'. 
.STEPllE.N ELLIOJT ITIOMI'SON, Ardmore. Oklahoma, K:L. 
THEODORE THOMP.SON. Pdham, New York, KA. 
DAVID WILLIAM TKl SSELL, Towson, Maryland. *A(t. 
ROBERF O. TLREK. Cleveland, Ohio. .\XA. 
lOSEPll .\R\OI,D TVEDT. JR., Arlington, Virginia. 
Gl \ HOWARD liNANGST. Richmond. Virginia. IIK'l'. 
JOHN VAN BRUNT. HI. Wilmington, Ddawan-. IlK.r. 

iflh Row: 

L. ALEXANDER VANCE, JR.. Sarasota, Florida, *Ki;. 
TIMOTHY ARTHUR VANDERVER, Birmingham, Alabama, i:X. 
MILTON SP,\NGI,ER V.VNHOY, Charlotte, North Carolina. 
SCOJ'T MITCHELL \EK\ER. Pittsburgh. Pennsylvania. nKA. 
GEOK(.E DORR W \DSWOKTH. Lincoln, Massachusetts, AT. 
VICTOR HE\R^ W \(.(,ONER. Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. 
lOHN DA\ OL W \l,l, \CE. Longmeadow, Massachusetts, nK<I'. 
EBEN WARNER. Pampa. Texas, ATA. 
WILFRED BOS'IOCK WEBB. JR.. Fori Defiance. Virginia. ITKA. 

ixlli Row: 

LESI IE CHRISI'OPHER W EISS. II. West Palm Beach. Florida. i:>M:, 

ROBERT HUGH WEISSMAN. Tampa. Florida. <M:I[. 

EDMUND ANTHONY P\NTIIER WEST. I.on.lon. England, A.XA. 

JOHN HFNR^ WEST. IILOtting^ Mills. Maryland. ATA. 

lOSEPIl GRA^ W HEELER. Peoria. Illim.is Z\K. 

FRANK HALL W ILBI R. Cranston. Rhode Island. AXA. 

CHRIS H. W I(;ERT. Sparla. New Jersey. BOIL 

PETER REX WILKES. Baliimore, Maryland, ATA. 

WILLIA.M NEILSON W ILKINSON. JR.. Memphis. Tennessee. -IiAH. 

:vciilh Row: 

G\RTER NELSON W ILLIAMS. (.:harles City. Virginia. i;X. 

lOlIN FRFDFKICK WOLFE, Columbu.s, Ohio, ::;X. 

I WIES S( llENLEk W OOD. St. Louis, .Missouri, :i:.X. 

1 Y.MEs 11 RNER WOOD. Arlington. Virginia, ITK*. 

.MILTON 1 \N1EK WOODRUM. Roanoke, Virginia. K.\. 

THO.M \S L\SSTTER WOODWARD. JR., Suffolk. Virginia. IIKA. 

SIDNEY CLA^i WOOTEN. Washington, D.C., 2AE. 

JOHN TA(;GART YEARY. Portsmouth, Ohio. 2<i>E. 

NORMAN Y OERG, JR.. Pdhani Manor. New York. 

lOHN CLAYTON YOST. Tu^a, Oklahoma. i;AE. 



Freshmen 



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". . . For The 

University' 



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-<.. '*^ 




JAY W. LEGUM 

Vk . buc:k ogilvie 

Editors 




Student 
Body 

Officers 



A.M)HE\\ McTHE.MA I'resident ol 

the Stall ('III Body 

n\\ HOISRF.CHT I ice-l'resithnt of 

the Student Body 

STEVE SUTTLE Secretary oj 

the Student Body 

DAVID MONTGOMERY /'resident of 

Oiienings Dances 

BILL IDE President of 

Fancy Dress Dances 

CHARLES McCORD President of 

Springs Dances 

I ACK VARDAMAN President of 

Finals Dances 




APifDREW W. McTHENIA, JR. 

Presitlent 




Sk\tki). Lkit T(j Rk.iit: ShIiIp. McTht-nia. Rulirfrlit. ST\\ni\(.: 
\ ardarnai). Mi'Ci>rd, I(Je. 



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I he Kxerulive (.,„nn,ill,v is the governing organization of Wash- 
ington and Lee. Jt is also the judiciary for the schoors Honor System. 
Its nieinhers are selected in the following way: the President Vice- 
president, and Secretary are elected by the entire student body in a 
general election: two representatives are elected by the senior aca- 
demic class to represent it: one each is elected by the junior, freshman 
and sophomore classes: one each from the senior, intermediate, and 
freshman law classes: and one representative is appointed by the Pub- 
lications Board. 



OFFICERS 

\NDREW McTHENIA p,^,,,^^„, 

RAYROBRECHT Fice-Presidenr 

STEVE SUTTLE Secretary 

MEMBERS 

THURMOND BISHOP f, ,,,,„,„„ i„,, Representam.c 

KEN BOI.ARSKY Freshman Academic Representative 

MEADE CHRISTIAN ,,nior Academic Representative 

STEVE GALEF Senior Academic Representative 

TIM IRELAND Inlermediale Law Representative 

BLCK. OGILVIE "Sophomore Academic Representative 

ROSIE PAGE Senior Academic Representative 

JUHA I Al L Senior Law Representative 



Executive 
Committee 




KiiiST Row, Leu lu Kioax: Boiarsky, Galef, Ireland, Bishop, 
Roberts. Second Row: Robrecht, McThenia. .Suttle. Third Row: 
Ogilvie. Paul, Page, Christian. 



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Assiinilation 
Committee 



The Assimilation Committee is comprised of fourteen students chosen 
from the undergraduate and law student bodies by the Executive Com- 
mittee of the Student Body. Seeking to perpetuate the rich traditions 
of Washington and Lee. this committee functions to enforce the tra- 
ditions of conventional dress, speaking first, and freshman beanies. It 
strives to better assimilate the members of the student body into the 
academic comniunitx and thereby enrich their careers at Washington 
and Lee. 



OFFICERS 

STEVE RUTLEDGE Chairman 

BOB SYKES Secretary 

A. J. BARRANCO Treasurer 



MEMBERS 

Dave Knight 
Julian Markham 
Cv Painter 
Bob Payne 



Dan Balfour 
Ed Croft 
Craig Distlehorst 
Jerry Hyatt 



Howard Slater 
Randy Wootton 
Bill Young 




FiiisT Kiiw, Left to Right: Payne. Hyatt. Rutledge, Sykes 
Second Row: llarrancn, Markliani, Balfdur. 



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The Student Library Coniniittee is a subsidiary branch of the Ex- 
ecutive Committee of the Student Body. Its members are chosen each 
year in the spring after applications have been submitted to the E. C. 
The main function of the Library Committee is to set up and enforce 
rules governing the locked reser\e. the reserve shelf, periodicals, and 
fourteen-day books in all libraries on the cam])us. 



Student 

Library 

Committee 




OFFICERS 

.K tt: CULDSTEIN Clminmin 

HEKI! SALOMON ... Sc, retard -Trfasunr 



VIE.MBERS 

I'clcr A{;elasto 
riinoth\ Dols 
A I Eckes 

Charles Niemever 
Steve Parel 



Seaieu, Left to Right: .Salomon. Goldstein, Agela 
DoIp^. Parel. 



Cold 

Check 

Committee 



MANDi.Nc: Eckes, Niemeyer, 



The Cold Check Committee is a seven-man organization elected by 
the Executive Committee each year. Its purpose is to maintain good 
relationship between W6tL students and town merchants. A student who 
passes a cold check is fined b\ the connnittee and has to make the 
check 20od. Its meetinf;s are held bi-\veeklv. 



OFFICERS 

NED HOBBS I'irsiilrii: 

PHIL SHARP ll.,:l',,:si,lrJil 

DAVID BEVANS Sccrrlar} 

UARKV GREENE TrrasnnT 



MEMBERS 



j.ihn IVlZdId 
Hugh Trout 
Frank \ounof 




Se.wed, Left th Rioiit: 
Greene. 



■-Harii. Holili^. Petzold. St.\ndi-Ng: Bevans, Young, Trout, 




First Kow, Left td Kii.ht: .'?|jivey. Frank. Moure, ^t(n^. Skchm) Khh : liauyi--<. Cartt-r. PeUold, 
Durrette. 



OFFICERS 

ROBERT FRANK Chairmun 

MEMBERS 

OLIVER BAUGESS President. Intermediate Law Class 

HENRY CARTER President. Senior Law Class 

WYATT DURRETTE President. Freshman Law Class 

THOMAS FEAZELL President. Delta Tlieta Phi 

WILLIAM MOORE Treasurer. Student Bar Association 

JOHN PETZOIJ) President. Phi Delta Phi 

JOSEPH SPIVKY President. Plii Mpha Delta 

CHARLES STOW ( ive-President. Student Par .issoriation 

JAMES TATE Secretary. Student Bar Association 



Board of 
Governors 



The purpose of the Board of Governors is to (oiiduct the business of the Student 
Bar Association between regular meetings of the Association and to recommend 
I after due consideration I action to be taken for the improvement of the I^aw School 
and for the academic and social betterment of the students. 

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First Row, Lekt to R|(;iit: I)i. Conk. I!,,I>pti-. \iiu-, CohKifiii, \li. Rayder. Ski:om) How: \V..(id. 
Elias, Page, Paine. Agela-ii>. 

OFFICERS 

NED AMES I'resuh-nt 

ROY GOODWIN Vi,;-l'r,-sulr„l 

JOE GOLDSTEIN SVrr.'/orv 

MR. SAM RAYDER Tn'osurr, 

MEMBERS 

PETER AGELASTO "62 Rw^-Tum Phi 

NED AMES '61 Caly\ 

DR. ARTHUR R. BORDEN Faculty Representative 

DR. JAY D. COOK ilumni Representative 

RALPH ELIAS '62 Southern CoUe^Mu 

ROY GOODWIN "62 Rina-tum I'h, 

JOE GOLDSTEIN '62 Cm.y\ 

MR. SAM RAYDER Treasurei 

ROGER PAINE '62 Southern Collefiinn 

IIOSIE PAGE '61 Ruii^-tum /'h, 

WILLIAM ROBERTS '62 Ring,-tum I'h, 

ROBIN WOOD "62 Cmvx 

The Publications Board is the controlling body of Washington and 
Lee's three main publications: The Calyx. The Ring-Tum-Phi, and The 
Southern Collegian. Members of the Board are selected by virtue of the 
fact that thev are either biisinc-s maiiaj;ers or editors of one of these 
three publications. The main |mr]iose of this organization is to select 
the editors and business jnanagers of tiie |iublications. This selection is 
made in the spring by interviews. 

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Publications 
Board 



The 

1962 

Calyx 




JOSEPH L. GOLDSTEIN 
Editor-in-Chief 



ROBERT C. WOOD 
Business Manager 



First Row, Left to Right: Madison, Salomon, Goldstein, Payne, 
Legum. Second Row: Butler, Agelasto, Cohen, Coplan, Rawls, 
Cole, Greene. Third Row: Poyner. Schoenfeld, Spencer. Ogilvie. 




EDITORIAL STAFF 

JOE GOLDSTEIN Eilitor-mChiel 

BOB PAYNE, HERB SALOMON .Managing Editors 

BUDDY RONALDSON 4ssistanl Editor 

JOHN POYNER idrninistration Editor 

COTTON RAWLS, DICK COPLAN ..Classes Editors 

JAY LEGUM. BUCK OGILVIE . . 

Organization.', Editors 

JOHN MADISON Serial Fraternities Editor 

PETE AGELASTO Features Editor 

SYD BUTLER. BARRY GREENE. NICKY COHEN 

Sports Editors 

RANDY COLE Honorary Fraternities Editor 

VICTOR GALEF. DOUG SCHOENFELD. 

JERRY KAHN Editorial Assistants 

BUSINESS STAFF 

ROIiLN WOOD hnsiness Manager 

BILL TAYLOR 4ssistant Business Manager 

BILL BOARDMAN ....In-toien Adrerlising Manager 
RANDY COLE . . . .Out-oi-toun Adrertising Manager 

PHIL LEMON Student Manager 

JERRY TURNER Offire Manager 



STAFF ASSISTANTS 



Mark Applefeld 
John Beagle 
Dennis DeMut, 
Kiah Ford 
Dan Gorman 
Mark Gee 
Sam McAslian 
Mason McGowin 



John Marshall 
Jim Mnftitt 
David Myers 
Gene Pearce 
Dick Spencer 
Frank Reynold- 
Nelson William- 
John Yost 





HERBERT S. SALOMON and ROBERT E. I'A'\ NE 
Maiinging Eililors 




Fm»T Row, LtH lo Rii.iil: ra\lur. Cole. Wood. Boardman. StcuM) Rn": 
Hornherger. Grim-on, Turner. Lemon. 

• ■ - '^m■^ 



ITTT, 




Seated. Leet td Ri(.hi: Holmes, Agelasto. Reed. Owens. Standing: Baker. Pipes, .McFall. 

BUSINESS STAFF 

Business Manager PETER AGELASTO 

Circulation Managers ED HOLME.>^. CHICK OWE.\S, BILL WILKINSO-N 

Advertising Managers WALT McMANUS, DON McFALL 

Offier Managers DAN REED. WES PIPES. DAVE ADAMS. BOB BAKER 



PETER AGELASTO 

Business Manager 



The Ring-lum I'hi, the official campus 
iie\vspaj>er, is published Tuesday and 
Friday during the college year. It is 
printed hv the Journalism Laboratory 
Press (if the University. The Tuesday 
and Friday editors and the business 
nanager are chosen by the Publications 
Board after an interview in the spring. 



The 

Ring-turn 

Phi 




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Mr. \\.„„U\ Inilrk. hrad of ill.' Join llali 

TL ESDAV KDITOKIAL S I AFF 

Ediiur KOV GOODWIN 

Managing Editor ANDY NEA 

Assistant Managing Editor JOHN ALLGOOD 

Executive News Editor STEVE GUILD 

News Editor ) ULIAN iVI ARKHAM 

Snorts Editor PETER ALFORD 

4s.wriatr Editors G. C. FLIPPEN, TOM LYBASS, 

TOM EDWARDS, BILL I50WEN, KEN LANE 

Copy Editors WHIT FITZPATRICK. JAf:K D.JARNETTE 

Cnlnmnist, THORNS CRAVEN, DAVE KNIGHT, 



Adn-rtising 
Circulation 



ROBERT KETCHAM, GEORGE HONTS 

WALT McMANUS 

WES PIPES 



BILL ROBERTS 

Friday EiUtion Kdilor-iii-C.hiti 



l.aliiii'ali>i'> l'i«-«. »illi -tall a-ri-.taiit^. 

FKIDV^ FDITOKIAL .STAFF 

Editor BILL ROBERTS 

Managing Editor LANNV BUTLER 

Sports Editor STEVE HENRY 

Assistant Managing Editor ED NORTON 

\ru's Editor JOHN KIRKI.EY 

I'holograpin Editor BILL BOW EN 

l<r,,ortrrs .... RICHARD KRl SE. TOM LYBA.SS, KEN LANE 

As.sistant Sports Editors BARRY GREENE, 

MCKY COHEN. BOB BROWNE 

KOV GOODWIN 

liirsilay Editiim Eflilor-iii-C.hirf 




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The 

Southern 

Collegian 



1 he Southern Collefiian is Washington and Lee's liu- 
nior magazine. Appearing four times yearly — on each of 
the dance weekends — it contains original humor and 
satire, as well as many jokes of a popular nature. The 
editor and business manager are chosen h\ the Publica- 
tions Board in the spring through an interview. These 
two. in turn, select their own staffs. 



Er/itor ROGER PAINE 

Business Manager RALPH ELIA.S 

Managing Editor SANDY FENN 

Art Editor CHUCK LANE 

Assistant Ediicn SIEVE HENRY, GEORGE HONTS 

I'hotography Editor DENNIS BRACK 

Art Assistants TALN TOMPKINS, CHIP UA\ . 

CHEEVER HARDWICK 

Adiertising Manager PAUL McBRIDE 

(ircnlatiun J L\l Rl SS. JA1 LEGU\L PETE REYNOLDS 

Office Manager DICK HERM.AN 




Roger Paine (left) and Ralph Elias 

ROGER PAINE 
Editor 

RALPH ELIAS 
Business Manager 




KiiiST Row. 


Lkkt 


n Rii.in: Hr.nl~. 


Pain 


•. Elia>, McBri, 


c. Sec 


..ND R.,h: 


LeiiUMl 


Rrxnnl,!-. Lane 


Hnr 


Iwirk, Hnl/.ler. 


H.-nn 


Cliernin. 













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W & L 

Law 

Review 



Dr. Kilz (U-tl) and l•lltlu■^. 

MACON PUTNEY 
Editor 

DR. WILFRED J. RH Z 

Faculty Advisor 



lilt' II II. sill II iil (in mill Lull iyciifii \> |iul>li^hf(l in ill" 
>|irinfi iiiid in llir lall li\ il> liiianl of Editors, prospective 
nieinlici> nl uliicli niii>l liaxi- a "R" average. The Review 
ciintains lead arliclc- ^^lill(■n li\ s|i(-rialists in the field 
and case connncnls urillcn li\ student contributors. 



i;()\Hli OK KIHl'OHS 

\IA(_:u.\ I'l T.M';\ Fall Editor 

JOSEPH .SFIVE^ Spiiii^ Editor 

Assoriati- Editors .... Rc>l)ert Frank. W . W. \I...ire. Julin I'aul. 
Lawrence Sniail, .|(ise|ili .Spivey. 

DR. WJLFKKI) .1. KITZ Family Editor 

Contributors .... William Clark, James How, Timothy Ireland. 
John Johnson, Gerald Kesten, Malcolm Lassman, Andrew 
McThenia. Garnet Patterson, John Petzold, Ray Robrecht, John 
Tate, Richard Wliite, Jay Wilks. 




Left tu Rk.iit, Skateu: Spivey. Frank, I'lilney, Air. tin/., .-^mail. 
W. W. Moore. St.^.mding: Robrecht, Howe, Wilkes, Pel/old, While. 
Keslner, Lassman, McThenia, Tate, Stow. 



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Dance 
Board 



The Dance Board is designed pri- 
marily to organize and supervise the 
University's four big social weekends 
for students: Openings. Fancv Dress. 
Springs, and Finals. 

The members of the board are either 
appointed or elected by the student 
body at large. It includes the seven stu- 
dent bodv officers and the presidents of 
the upper classes. In addition to its 
other activities, it serves as the parent 
group for the Dance Board Advisory 
Committee and the Floor Committee. 



OFFICERS 

STEVE GALEF President 

FRANK YOUNG Vke-presideni 

DR. JAY COOK Faculty Advisor 

DR. CHARLES PHILLIPS . . Faculty Advisor 




STEVEIV A. GALEF 
President 







MEMBERS 




Lanny Butler 


Pearce Hardwick 


Andrew McThenia 


Ray Robrecht 


Charlie Coiniiiander 


Bill Ide 


Dave Montgomery 


Steve Suttle 


Ed Croft 


Charlie McCord 


Bill Outman 


Jack Vardaman 




FiHsT Kipu, l.Ki t In K](.in: Ide. 'I niini;. Galef, Dr. I'liiliip*. 
Second Rcjw: Commandt-r, _M(inlt;c.nicr\, Hardwick, McCord, 
Vardaman, -McThenia, Outman. 



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The Dance Board Advisory Council serves as a means of 
relating the actions of the Dance Board to the students. In 
carrying out this objective, the members reconnnend bands 
and entertainers in popular demand by the student body, as- 
sist in the sale of Fancy Dress costumes and aid the Dance Set 
vice-presidents in the decorating of the gvnniasium. 



OFFICER 

FRANK YOUNG Che 



MEMBERS 



Dance Board 

Advisory 

Committee 



Andy Nea 
Tom Rains 
Tony Schlesinger 
James Slav 
.^teve Guild 
Bob Hart 
Andy Hyde 



Dave Bevans 
Carroll KJingelhofer 
1(1111 Kd wards 
John Furness 
Barry Greene 
Ken Greer 



Bill Boardman 
Jim Wallenstein 
Al Byrne 
Don Campbell 
Jay Clark 
Pete Alford 



A. J. Barrancd 
Joe Bear 
Mike Spalding 
Barry Staniar 
Jim Stott 
Mike Sussman 




Knot Kuw. I.kft ki Rii,ht; ( ;jiiipliell, Iminji. Spaidinn. Kilwani-. 
licai-. SkcoM) Row: Rains Su-inan. Haii. Tiiiiiii Rou : .'^toit 
W alien-rein, liarrane.j. Greene. Fi>tHTH R(iu : Furne>-. .'ilay. 



Cuiicl. iNea. Finn How: .Vhle>iii^ei. 
ISyrne. .Sixiii Row: Hvile. (ireer. Slanii' 



liuanlnian. Kli 
. Alfcnl. 



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First Ruw, Left to Right: Dr. Phillips, L. Butler, Page, Ide, Doenges, S. Butler. Second Row: 
Christian, T. Supak, Markitein, Greer. Montgomery, Wootton, Ogilvie, MuUin. Third Row: Refo, 
Gee. F. Young. 



OFFICERS 

ROSEWELL PAGE Chmrman 

BILL IDE Vice-President 

LANNY BUTLER Treasurer 

DR. CHARLES F. PHILLIPS Faculty Advisor 



Laiinv Butler 
Syd Butler 
Meade Christian 
,]err\ Dattel 
15,. I, Doeiifies 
Harrs Koltz 



MEMBERS 

Mark Gee 

Ken Greer 

Bill Ide 

Danny Markstein 

Dave Montfjoinery 



Buck Ogilvie 
Rosewell Page 
John Refo 
Tom Supak 
Frank ^ oung 
Randv Wooten 



SWMSFC 



The purpose of the .Student War Memorial Scholarship Fund Com- 
mittee is to raise money for a scholarship fund, the returns of which 
are offered to the sons of World War II veterans as scholarships to 
Washington and Lee. The Committee raises money through its spon- 
sorship of senior ring sales, cap and gown sales, graduation invitation 
sales, and musical shows. Memhers are selected in the fall through 
interviews. 




KiKsT Riiu. I.KKT T(i Rl(;iiT: Swanii, Hiilicil^r. Calcf. Ilai.lwick, Sliar|i, Skcijmi Khu: Juiit-. Mc.nl 
;;(iinrn, Wallcnslfin, Cradilock, \larkliani. Harl. Slaniar Tiiim) K<i\V: Lane, V. > nun),'. 'I'liiiil. I'., 
'I.iiinj;. H.ianlnian, Alfoi,!. 



OFFICERS 

STEVE GALEF Presitlcnl 

DAVE KNIGHT Vk-e-president 

DAVE MONTGOMERY Secretary 

PEARCE HARDWICK Editor. Freshman Handhonk 



Heter Agelastu 
Peter Alford 
Bill Boardman 
George Craddock 
Jerry Dattel 
Charlie Hart 
Buddy Jones 
Ken Lane 



MEMBEKS 

Julian Markluiin 
Danny Markstein 
Steve Rutiedge 
Jim Russ 
Tony Schlesinger 
Phil Sharp 
Rarrv Staniar 



i)a\e Swan 
Hugh Trout 
George Van Scivcr 
Jim Wallenstein 
Ashley Wiltshire 
Bob Young 
Frank Younp; 



The Student Service Societx uas formed for the purpose of assisting 
the University administration in the field of public relations. Besides 
taking prospective students on tours around the campus, the SSS mem- 
bers lend assistance on Alumni Weekend. Parents' Weekend, SIPA 
Weekend, and similar occasions. New members are selected by incum- 
bent members, and only boys who display a definite desire to serve the 
University are selected. 



Student 
Service 
Society 



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Dormitory 
Counselors 



The Dormitory Counselors are chosen bv the Dean of Students on the 
basis of their qualities of personality and their capacity for giving sym- 
pathetic counselling and guidance to the freshmen. Each counselor is 
responsible for fifteen to twenty boys and holds periodic meetings. 



OFFICERS 

TIM IRELAND Head Counselor 

PHIL SHARP. BOB KETCHAM Assistant Head Counselors 



-*•■ 





COUNSELORS 




Dan Balfour 


Terrv Fobs 


Rosie Page 


Dave Bevans 


James Hitch 


John Paul 


Lanny Butler 


Jerry Hyatt 


Bob Payne 


Meade Christian 


Gerry Kesten 


Jim Russ 


Tom Edwards 


David Montgomery 
Gerry Ouellette 


Ashley Wiltshire 




FiKST K(i\v. Lkft to Right: Fohs, Hyatt, Sharp, Montgomery, 
F.Hwarrls. StxiiM) Rnw: Kesten. Pavne. Pase. Butler. 



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The Debate Team's purpose is to acquaint its members with the prin- 
ciples of argumentation and to give them experience in oral discourse 
in competitive situations with other colleges and universities. Member- 
ship in the Debate Team is open to all undergraduate students enrolled 
at Washington and Lee. The I'niversity does not ha\ e a set debate team, 
for it is the policy of the University to give all students interested in 
debating, experience, regardless of ability. 

The team enters from ten to fifteen tournaments a year, ranging from 
Cambridge. Mass., to Columbia, South Carolina. Approximately forty 
members have taken part in these activities this school vear. 

OFFICERS 

BILL BOARDMAN Captain 

AL ECKES Research Director 

JOHN HARCOURT Manager 

PETE STRAUB Assistant Coach 

MR. WILLLAM CH AFFIX Faculty Advisor 



Intercollegiate 
Debate Team 



Phil Bacon 
Pete Bennett 
Bill Boardman 
John Clark 
Fred Cooper 
Bob Doenges 
Al Eckes 
Eugene Flicker 
John Eure 
Dan Flournov 



MEMFtERS 

John Harcourt 
Loyle Jung 
Jim Kannapell 
Richard Kneipper 
John Lackey 
Richard McEnally 
Alan Marx 
Larry Meeks 
Malcolm Morris 
David Mosbaugh 
Bill Noell 



Maurice OKeefe 
Les Pinsof 
Windell Reading 
Jim Smith 
Burton Staniar 
Pete Straub 
Bill Surbaugh 
James Surface 
Tim Vanderver 
Milton Van Hoy 



rs 



" !M^^" 




First Row, Lkkt m Hii.iii: Kannapell, Clark, Noell. O'Ke.l,- 
Second Row: McEnally. Hanourt, B.iar.lnian. Ecke>. Thifid Row: 
Mr. Chaffin. .luns;. Marx, Vanderxer. Surface. Lackey. Smith 



\1.. k-. Kli. kcr. Cdoprr. K.rinctl. Knci|.|,cr, > 
Kl.mrnr.v. Eure. Hacn, Surlpau;:li. Van Ho\ 
Pinsof. Rca.linf:. [hn-nu.'-^. \lo,ri-. >Miilli. 



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FiiiST Row. Lkit to Rii.iit: (iialiani. Ualicock. Hcillaiid. Sinncir, Kurz. SKinNn Rnw: '^ oiins:. Ide 
Hardwick, Br..wn. Robersun. 



OFFICERS 

HENRY HOLLAND President 

JUD BABCOCK, JR Vice-President 

DAVID SPENCER SecretarY-Trea^irer 



MEMBERS 



PEARCE HARDWICK Beta Theta Pi 

liART B. DICK Delia Tau Delta 

PETER REYNOLDS. JR Delta Upsilon 

BILL IDE Kappa Alpha 

ROSS KYGER, III Kappa Sigina 

BRUCE ROBERSON ... Lambda Chi Alpha 

FRANK YOUNG, III I'hi Delta Theta 

EDWARD BRO\^ N I'hi Epsilon Pi 

RICK KURZ, JR Phi Gamtna Delta 



REESE SMITH Phi Kappa Psi 

DAVID SPENCER Phi Kappa Sigtna 

JOHN GRAHA.M, Hi Pi Kappa Alpha 

BILL MacKENNEY, HI Pi Kappa Phi 

JUD BABCOCK, JR. .. Sigttia Alpha Epsilon 

JOHN REFO Sigma Chi 

HENRY HOLLAND Sigma Nii 

J ERE CRAVENS Sigm^ Phi Epsilon 

TONY SCHLESINGER Zeta Beta Tau 



House 
Managers ' 
Association 



The fraternity Housemanagers' Association, including fraternity 
treasurers or house managers, is a group of students who meet regularly 
during the )ear to discuss and solve financial problems of the frater- 
nities. Advised by Dean James D. Farrar, the group has sought ways tu 
cut fraternity costs. The Association also supports fire prevention stand- 
ards and encourages sanitation requirements for fraternity kitchen 
equipment and employees. 




FiKST Ruw. Left to Right; Ur. lludi:,-. W hiiflifuil. A^fla-I... McKa>. Sk( omi Kc.u: Kaiii>«..i iIi. 
Moseley. Wiltshire, Spauldini;. I.anr. 



OFFICERS 

PETER AGELASTO I'rrsi./enI 

ARNOLD McKAY Vke-Presidcm 

MARK WHITEHEAD Secretan 

PHIL FARNSWORTH. GEORGE SPAl'LDING li rlfarr Commilirr 

ASHLEY WILTSHIRE Seminar Commillcr 

l)H. LOITS W. HODGES Fncul/y Adviser 



Peter Agelastci 
I'liil Farnswortli 
Ghuck Lane 



MEMBERS 

Arnold M.Ka\ 
Hill Moselex 



George Spaukliiifj 
Mark Whitehearl 
Ashlev Willshire 



The University Christian Association is a complement to the churches 
and church organizations in the community. Its purpose is not merely 
religious but moreover social and intellectual. The group sponsors 
speakers, discussion groups, and seminars. In conjunction with the 
Lexington Welfare Board, the group is active in social and community 
activities. The purpose is to broaden the outlook and understanding of 
the members as well as to be of service to others. 



Christian 
Council 



Glee 
Club 



The Glee Club is composed of men who enjoy singing together for 
their own entertainment and that of others. Members are chosen at 
auditions held every fall for the freshman class. The Club participates in 
joint concerts with the neighboring girls' school choirs and gives other 
concerts in Lexington and in the area. Each spring an extensive tour 
to major Southern and Eastern cities is planned, the 1962 tour going 
to the Washington area. 



OFFICERS 

JIM APPLEBAUM President 

DUNLOP ECKER Manager 

SAM CHANNEL Secretary 

DAVE SPENCER Treasurer 

SPENCER STOUFFER, JAY SMITH Librarians 

MR. ROBERT STEWART Director 



Jim Applebauin 
Robert Aylin 
Gordon Arclitr 
Jolin Baker 
Ric Belser 
Phil Booth 
Charles Bright 
Art Broadus 
Jerry Caden 
Meade Cadot 
.Sam Channel 
Steve Colvin 
Jere Cravens 
Lee Crenshaw 
John Dixon 
Dunlop Ecker 
Mark Gee 
Mai Freeman 
Doug Hagestad 



MEMBERS 

Richard Hartgrove 
Scott lacone 
Bill Ingles 
Winston Ivey 
Bill Jordan 
Shannon Jung 
Edwin Kerr 
Lamar Lamb 
Bill Lancaster 
Bryan Lane 
Chris Larsen 
Jim Led better 
John Lewis 
Charles Long 
Dan Manson 
Bill Marmion 
Robert Mathewson 
Floyd McKinnon 



Larrv Meeks 
Jim Mell 
.Malcolm Morris 
Roger Paine 
George Peters 
Bill Petty 
Steve Rideout 
Tom Rideout 
Walker Ronaldson 
Herb Sapp 
Jay Smith 
David Spender 
Allan Staples 
Spencer Stouffer 
Bill Tedards 
Bill Trussell 
George Wadsworlh 
John Wallace 
Jim Wearn 




Washington and Lee Glee Club and Bra-s Clioir together with Sullins College Glee Club. 



The Concert Guild sponsors programs given on the campus by musical 
artists. It exists for the purpose of making fine music available for stu- 
dent attendance and thus stimulating an active interest in this par- 
ticular aspect of the fine arts. Members are chosen on interest shown 
in the activities of the Guild and on desire to aid in achieving the goals 
of this orsranization. 



Concert 
Guild 



OFFICERS 



HARRY TETER 
JOHN POYNOR 



President 
Secretary 



Robert Allen 

Dr. Edward Hamer 

Bond Johnson 



MEMBERS 

Williani Jordan 
Dr. James Leyburn 
James Mell 
William Pardington 



Donald Pardington 
Mr. Robert ."Stewart 
Dr. Edward Turner 




FiiiST Row. Lkit to Right: Channell, Poynor, Johnson. Second 
Row: .\llen. Ti-ter. Dr. Hainer, Dr. Leyburn, Dr. Turner. 



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A scene from the Ti-oiibiulonr |>iodiiclion of "Boy Meets Girl." 

OFFICERS 

JOHN DUNNELL Presidem 

ANDY ADELSON Stage Manager 

GEORGE HARVEY Business Manager 

ANDY LEONARD Publicity Director 

FLOYD McKINNON Personnel Director 

DR. CECIL D. JONES Faculty Director 



MEMBERS 



Robert Allen 
James Appleliauni 
Robert Ayliii 
Philip Booth 
Charles Bright 
Tilghnian Broaddus 



Mervyn Clay 
Steve Colvin 
Frank D'Lauro 
Dan Friedman 
Robert Fussell 



Jerry Gray 
Kirk Griffin 
Scott lacone 
James McClung 
Bill Stanley 
Terry Van Brunt 



Troubadours 



The main purpose of the Troubadours is to provide a form of higher 
entertainment for the University and the town of Lexington. Each year 
the Troubadours present three productions. Last year the group was 
honored by being invited to present portions of Pirandello's Henry IV 
to the Roanoke Shakespeare Society. This year the Troubadours have 
]>resented Boy Meets Girl by the Spewacks. Shakespeare's Othello, and 
two one-act plavs b\ Edward Albcc. The 'Loo Story and The American 
Dream. 



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First Row. Lekt to Right: Tharksidii. Faulur, HoIjIi^. Uii\. Sharp, (, Iwin. (iruiicr. Wlit-elei. 

Second Row: Mersercau. Alhert. Hyatt, Martin, Hiokey. Ku^^, Eiker. Kilward^. Tiiiiiii Row: 
Wood, Mitchell, Knifiht, Fohs. Dick. VarHaman. Shank, .lahnckc 

OFFICERS 

BILL WHELLEH President 

ROBIN WOOD Vice-President 

NED HOBBS Treasurer 

DAVE KNIGHT Secretary 



Dick Albeit 
Dave Auld 
George Cruger 
Chip Day 
Barton Dick 
John Dinkel 
Dunlop Ecker 
Tom Edwards 
Bip Fauber 
Terrv Fohs 



MEMBERS 

Torruny Goodwin 
Jim Hickev 
Ned Hobbs 
Jerry Hyatt 
Herb Jahncke 
Dave Knight 
Doug Martin 
Elliott Maynar<l 
Sandy Mersereau 
Bart Mitchell 



Dave Monroe 
Jim Russ 
Mike Shank 
Phil Sharp 
Steve Suttle 
Bret Thaxton 
Jack Vardaman 
Bill Wheeler 
Dick White 
Robin Wood 



The Varsity Club serves as an aid to the success of VV\L athletics 
and as a club for the older varsity athletes. Each member nmst have 
two Varsity monograms in one sport and be participating in that sport. 
He is nominated bv the coaches of his sport and then voted in bv the 
Club. 

The Club awards annualK The Outstanding Freshman Athlete Award. 
It sponsors the publication of bjotball programs and incets visiting 
teams. 



Varsity 
Club 



Sigma 
Society 



Sisrma is a Senior Secret Society. 



OFFICERS 



JOHN DINKEL 
BILL BOWEN . 



President 
Secretary 



Leigh Ansell 
Worth Brown 
Henry Carter 
Charles Commander 
Robert Council 
Park Gilinore 
John (;uli(k 



MEMBERS 

Roy Goodwin 
James Gwiini 
Edward Hobhs 
John Lee 

Andrew McThenia 
John Mullins 



Mason New 
Robert Norfleet 
Bill Wheeler 
Richard White 
John White 
Fred Walker 
Robin Wood 




FiusT Kiivv. Lkkt tc] Kii.iit: Aii>i-ll, Bniwn. Ccuiiuil. Bowen. 
Cartur, CihiL.re. C.ninum.ler, H(.blj>. Dinkel. Skcom) Row; Good- 



win, Gulick, Let-. Gwiiin. Thiro Row: Mullin, Norfleet. Walker, 
New, McThenia, Wood, ,1. Wliite. R. White, Wheeler. 



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The Young ReiJuLlicans CIuIj. the largest organizatit)n on campus. 
l)egan an active year with visits from the GOP candidate for Governor 
of Virginia, followed hy a luncheon for the co-chairman of the National 
\ oung Republican Federation. Political action courses, mixers, beer 
parties, and campaign activities also contributed to the making of a 
successful year for the club. 

OFFICERS 

JAMES HYATT President 

FRED BAKER First Vice-president 

JOHN GILLET Second Vice-president 

JOHN GRAHAM Recording Secretary 

ED DICKSON Corresponding Secretary 

TOM SPARKS Treasurer 

TIM IRELAND Parliamentarian 

CRAIG DISTELHORST Sonlhern Area Executive Secretary 



Young 

Republicans 

Club 



Hill Burke 
Will I.ee 
\ndy McThe.iia 
.|(ie Topinka 
Jon Cooke 
Kob Wheelook 
Dave Ellis 
George Price 
Frank Young 
Paul .\Ic Bride 
Jim Surface 
Bob Sykes 
Vance Canipln-11 
Tom Figuer^ 
R. K. King 
Jeff Sheehan 
Pete Francese 
Clem Clarke 
Tain Tompkins 
Bill Hutchinson 



Jiin McCeiicx 
Jim Hague 
Jeff Mennen 
Warren Hopkiii- 
Henry Fenn 
John Bradford 
Charles Bonnet 
Bill Spencer-Strom; 
John Gillet 
Ed Dickson 
John Graham 
Ted Doremu-- 
Jiiii Maffitt 
Charles Stevenson 
George Sisler 
James Ivy 
Edge Jackson 
Brent Arthui 
Fred Baker 
Sandy Ross 



MEMBERS 

Guv Reading 
Hutch Kr.ioN 
Jim Wood 
J ames Peters 
Frank D'Lauro 
I'.ill Lathhurv 
George Harvev 
John March 
Woody Rult.M 
Dave Wiittham 
Walt Klaas 
John Tipt.m 
Tim Casey 
Neil McWilliam- 
Gene Green 
John Culley 
Jack Wallace 
Charles Swei't 
Kd Ganetson 



Re.x Woolbridg 
John Wolfe 
George Paul 
Skip Hare 
Bill Ingles 
Dick Crui-c 
Lew Jone^ 
Dick Swann 
Stan Stone 
Charles Reed 
Lloyd Rex 
Doug Robins 
Morman Voerg 
Milt Vannoy 
Howard Bussc 
Don Euwer 
John Owen 
Ben Michel 
Dick Matting!) 
Steve Cohen 



Don Rohinsoii 
Tom Budd 
Victor Galef 
Rich Brick 
Frank Gra> 
George Harrell 
Brooks Buer 
Charles Gait 
Pete Sterling 
Dave Mosbaugh 
John Lundy 
James Hitch 
Bill Petty 
.McRae Hargen 
Arthur Wellhorn 
Dodson Roberts 
Rod Shields 
Watty Strouss 
George Sanders 
Bob DeVaney 



Don McNew 
Richard Lehlback 
Steve Owen 
Charles Head 
John Paul 
Pete Trager 
Art Portnov 
Jay Legun 
Sam Hellman 
Jean Friedberg 
John Rosenberg 
Ted Parlette 
Steve Hussey 
Bub Jungnan 
Ken Marion 
Chris Weiss 
Wood Wise 
Dan Balfour 
Jim Legg 
John Jones 



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m mm m ■■ I \ SSA * ■ - ' 

JWC-. — — - - 

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FiKST Row. Left to Right: Lundy, Rosenberg, Roberts, Wolf, 
Wooldrige. Price. Second Row: Harvey. D'Lauro. Peters. Mc- 
Ceney, Busse, Stone. Third Row: Lalhbury, D'Vaney, Sinith. 
Sanders, Ross, Kroos. Fourth Row: Barton, Campbell, Clark, 



Head. Jones. Fifth Row: Balfour, .Merrian, KJass. Green. Par- 
lette. Sixth Row: Fenn. Wellborne. Cole. Tipton, Hyatt. Seventh 
Ri>W: McBride, Baker. V. less, Jones. Wheelock. Eighth Row: 
Swcencv. Mosbaugh. Loflis. Legg, Holloman, Hague. 



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i ii;~i IImh, I.kkt Tn Rioht: (inivp. (hiliik. Harri>. I)f\an. IJuiki. "i ihihu, Christian. Emorv. 
>K(..M, Kmu: (:„le. Hnlnu's. M..nt!i..mery. Third Row: Tyrn.ll. Mullin. Ide. Lre. Salomon. Walton, 
iN'elfon. Dornci'f. 

OFFICERS 

BILL IDE President 

TOM LUTHY Ike-Presidenl 

FRED NELSON Treasurer 



Ned Ames 
John Dinkel 
Bob Doenges 
Dave Frazier 
Bill Ido 
Jdlin Lee 
Tom Luth) 
Buddy Mower 
Fred Nelson 
Tod Owen 



MEMBERS 

Fat Patterson 
Russ Pritchard 
Ray Robrecht 
Herb Salomon 
Dave T\rell 
George Van Sciver 
Sandy Walton 
Ralph Weigandt 
Bill Burke 
Meade Christian 
Rouge Devan 



John Gulick 
Randy Cole 
John Mullin 
Mike Harris 
Bill Young 
Barry Grove 
Dave Montgomery 
Ham Emory 
Dave Streetman 
Ed Holmes 



'13' 
Club 



The "13"' Club is an honorary junior society. Thirteen members of 
the junior class are chosen each fall bv the senior members of the club 
and are initiated thirteen days later on Homecoming Day. The unpre- 
dictable displays put on by the new members at the half time of the 
Homecominss game have become another of W&L's numerous traditions. 



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KiKST Row, Lkft Tn Rii.in: SininiDii-. Sliarnlmrjj. Duncan. Cainiilull, P.irtnns. Srlilrsinti. r, Cn.i/li. 
Commander. McCoril. Sk< "Mi Riivv: (inhen. ^^tein. Cravens. Jdlinson. Miillin. .'New, Si.hn-ipii, ^miriL^. 
Bright. Third R<iw: Jaik>on, Hi-nilerxpn. Knight, Green, McFall. Cwinn. Mcirri^nn. Ciilick. ,|..m-. 
Ndrfleet. Snggs. Su--man. Frieilrich-. Van Rensselaer, Gilmore. Le\in. 

OFFICERS 

THORAS GRAVEN President 

CHARLIE COMMANDER Treasurer 

WATT JOHNSON Grand Escribotor 

ROY GOODWIN Advisor 



Bill Bowen 
Mickey Bright 
Don Caiiipheli 
-Nickev Goheii 
Charlie Giiiiiiiiaiuler 
Grantham Couch 
Thorns Craven 
John Dinkel 
John Duncan 
Gore Friedrichs 
Park Gilmore 
Roy Goodwin 
Tonuiiy Goodwin 
Joel Goozh 
Tom Green 
John Gulick 



MEMBERS 

Jim Gwinn 
John Harcourt 
John Heinzerling 
Mike Henderson 
Edge Jackson 
Watt Johnson 
Frank Jones 
Henry Knight 
Mike Levin 
Charlie McCord 
Don McFall 
Sandy Mersereau 
Eddie Meyers 
Holmes Morris.on 
John Mullin 
.Mason New 



Rohin Norfleet 

\rt PortnoN 

Roh Van Rensselaer 

Dick Reid 

Ron Scharidierg 

Tonv Schlesinger 

Nick Sinunons 

Bill Solmson 

Ron Stein 

Billy Suggs 

Mike Sussman 

Jack Vardaman 

John White 

Frank \ oung 

Tom Zitm 



Basically a social organization, the .Mongolian Minks als.i liold an 
annual outing on the football field in order to display their colorlul 
antics. Aside from the amiual Homecoming display of the Minks, ihc 
members also gather from time to time to discuss various issues in an 
atmosphere of cunvivialitv and social grace which is unequalled on tin- 
campus. 



Mongolian 
Minks 



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Reserve 
Officers 
Training 
Corps 



BATTLE GROUP ^TAFF 

E. P. HOBBS Colonel. Battle Group Commander 

L. D. CALL\WAY 

Lr. Colonel. Deputy Battle Group Commander 

i. A. GWINN ..Lr. Colonel. Battle Group Executive Officer 

A. D. K.\.NTOR Major 

R. R. GOODWLX Captain 

G. E. HOMS Captain 

H. A. CURR.\N Captain 

B. P. MICHEL First Lieutenant 

J. W. BOYLE .Master Sergeant 




ED\S ARD PADDOCK HOBB; 
Battle Group Commander 




KiKsi Rmw. Ltti iv. iijL.ni; ■ aiiawav. Hobbs. Gwinn. Second 
Row: Goodwin. Honts. Kantor. Curran. 




FlKST Rciw, Left Tm Right: Knxbur 
Miller. 



^L) H..U; Hall. M..ller. 



Stanuinc Lkft Til R](.iit: AK Millimi. .\lalilu»-. lln|M-. ()li\ii. 



COMPANY COMMANDERS 

C. E. DO\^'MA.\ Captain. Co. D.. Commander 

P. D. HARD\^'ICK Captain. Co. C. Commander 

J. H. HYATT Captain. Co. 11.. Commander 

G. H. VAN SCIVER Captain. Co. A.. Commander 



CADRE SERGEANTS— John P. Matthews. Master .'^ertieant; 
James N. Oliver, Master Sergeant: Daniel W. Hope, Serjeant 
Fir-I Class: James T. MeMillion. .Sergeant First Class. 



CADRE OFFICERS- E.hvc 

J. Mailer. Major: Hugh J. 
Captain. 



'<! j. Koxluny, .Major. I'MS: .Andreas 
Hall. Claptain; Ceorge \V. .Miller. 




First Row. Left to Right: Dowman. Hardwiek, Hyatt. \ ai. 
Sciver. Second Row: X'i iegandt. Painter. 



Cotillion 
Club 



The Cotillion Club is composed of several members of 
each fraternit). Its main function is to present Openings 
and Springs Dance Sets. The co-presidents of the organi- 
zation are the two presidents of Spring and Openings 
Dances. The secretary is appointed by a committee of the 
club. 




OFFICERS 

Charles McCnrd. Daviil Montgomery .... Co-l'rc.wh'iU^ 
David Swann Srcri'lnry-Trcnsinri 



MEMBERS 



Beta Theta Fi 
Grantham Couch 
Pearce Hardwick 
Charles McCord 
Elmo Markuni 
George Craddock 

Delta Tau Delta 
Ned Ames 
Randv Butler 
Tom Luthy 
Dave Montgomerv 
Rick Uhlig 
Steve Walsh 
John McDaniel 

Delta Upsilon 
David Beale 
Dave Eraser 
Lew Noe 
Bill Young 
Sam Preston 
Dick Colton 

Kappa Alpha 
Roy Goodwin 
John Mullin 
Tom Rains 
Frank Jones 
Bill Suggs 

Kappa Sipiiii 
Bill Candler 



Robin Dunlap 
Rick Frisbie 
Luke Kaufmann 
Neal Bright 
Tom Goar 

Lambda Chi Alpha 
George Coward 
Gregory McNab 
Harry Teter 
Ray Kidwell 
Mel Mitchell 

Phi Delta Theta 
Tommy Edwards 
John Payne 
Mike Spalding 
David Swann 
Mickey Bright 
George Wick 

Phi Epsilon Pi 
James Applebaum 
Steve Chernay 
John Samet 

Phi Gamma Delta 
Dennis Brack 
Meade Christian 
Jim Wertheimer 
Clem Clark 



Jordan Smith 

Phi Kappa Psi 
Charles Hart 
Mike Harris 
Paul Munyon 
George Van Sciver 
Barry Staniar 
Walt McManus 

Phi Kappa Sigma 
Lowell Converse 
Tom Edwards 
Bob Sykes 
Jim Mel 
Allen Patterson 

Pi Kappa Alpha 
Timothy Ireland 
Bill Outman 
Jim Sparks 
Jim Nalley 
Conway Shield 

Pi Kappa Phi 
Matt Douglass 
Perry MacKenney 
Freddy Cooper 
Charles Kinibel 

Sigma Alpha Epsilo 
Worth Brown 
Lannv Butler 



Ed Holmes 
Robin Wood 
Charles Savage 
Syd Butler 

Sigma Chi 
Jon Montague 
John Refo 
Bob Aylin 
Mark Gee 

Sigma Na 
Henry Knight 
Bud Lee 
Dave Streetman 
Jack Vardaman 
Pen Way 
Frank Wright 

Sigma Phi Epsilon 
Jack Cover 
George Peters 
Skip Smith 
Spunky Phillips 

Zela Beta Tan 
Sam Hellman 
Steve Galef 
Randy Cole 
Art Portnoy 
Barry Greene 
Bill Angel 




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In Triumph 



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D. RANDOLPH COLK 

Editor 



onorar 



raternities 






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First Row, Lkkt to Right: Putney. Rutledge, Chernay, Nie- liarrilt. Tiiiko Rum 

meyer, Slater, Morniw. McKim. Christian, Jones. Salomon. Second son. Welch. Crensh: 

Row: Gilrealh. I.i^hl. De-^ha. Rarretf. Flournny, Leylinin, Pnsey. 



I^lln^(ln. Rowe, Ratchford, Ritz, Stephen- 
IMiillip-. Turner, Hayner, Goldstein. 



Phi 

Beta 
Kappa 




Plii Beta Kappa, ihc oldest Greek-letter i'rateriiit\ in the United 
States, is a national lionorary fraternity which recognizes outstanding 
scholarship. Membership in this society has long been one of the high- 
est academic distinctions attainable. Qualifications for membership are 
based on high scholarship, liberal culture, and good character. Each 
graduating class is considered by itself and each indiyidual is judged 
on his own merits, with election not being based on any fixed percent- 
age of the class. 

OFFICERS 

DR. FITZGERALD FLOURNOY President 

DR. JAMES G. LEYBURN I ice-President 

DR. LUCIUS J. DESHA Secretary-Treasurer 



FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE 



Steve Chernay 
Joe Goldstein (1961) 
Bond Johnson 
Richard Jones 
William King 



William McKini 

.\ndrew McThenia 1 1959) 

Charles Niemeyer 

Rosewell Page 

Macon Putney 

Stephen Rutledge 



Herhert Salomon 
Howard Slater 
Meade Christian 

(Class of 1963) 
Calvin Morrow 

(Class of 1963) 



FRATRES IN FACULTATE 



SCHOLARSHIP 



Linton L. Barren 
Carlyle W. Barrill 
William G. Bean 
I'>ed C. Cole 
Sidney .M. B. C.ullini; 
Ollinger Crenshaw 
Douglas O. Day 
Rohert W\ Dickey 
1 homas E. Ennis 
Marshall W. Fishwick 
Francis P. Gaines 
Esmarch S. Giln-alh 
Edwin C. Griffith 



I'aul C. Hayner 
Edwin H. Howard 
Rol>ert E. R. Huntley 
William A. Jenks 
Rupert N. Latture 
Charles P. Lis:ht 
Allen W. Mogev 
William W. Morion 
Frank A. Parsons 
James A. Patty 
Charles F. Philli|)s 
William W. Puscv 



Joseph T. Ratchford 
Oscar W. Riegel 
Wilfred J. Ritz 
Leon F. Sensabaugh 
Cecil 0. Smith 
Buford S. Stephenson 
Kenneth B. Stevens 
James W. H. Stewart 
Robert H. Whitaker 
Hcniy G. Williams 
Edward F. Turner 
Felix P. Welch 



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First Row. Left to Right: Dr. Joseph C. Roberts (guest speaker 
at Tap Ceremony) and Dr. Fred C. Cole (President of the Uni- 
versity). Second Row: Fohs, Montgomery, Galef, Ide, Christian, 
Suttle, Hobbs. Plowman, Witt. Third Row: Roberts, McThenia. 
Putney, Spivey, Ames, Wood, Goodwin, Goldstein. Fourth Row: 



Robreciit, Gilliam, Ruwe, .Sjirunt, Outman, McLaughlin, Page. 
Fifth Row: Pardington, Light, Pusey, Borden, Graves, Fink. 
Sixth Row: Dickey, C. Williams, Adams, G. Williams, Desha, 
Leyburn, Twombly, Mattingly. Seventh Rcjvv: Flournoy, Old, 
Griffith, Latture, Mogcr, Junkin. 



Omicron Delta Kappa, national honorary leadership fiaternit\. was 
founded at Washington and Lee University in 1914 l)y a small f^roup 
iif students. Among these founding students was Rupert N. Latture. ))rci- 
frssoi- 111 political science. Today Omicron Delta Kappa has <ha|iters al 
iniisl of the leading universities and colleges in ihc nalinn. (jursl >|icak- 
cr al ihis \ ear's DDK Tap Ceremony was Dr. ,|(jm|iIi ('.. IwihciL ]ii(j- 
fessor of historv at the University of RiilimiJiid and hjnner jnesidcnl 
of Hampden-Sydney College. 

OFFICERS 

ROSKWKLL PAGE President 

TIMOTHY IRELAND Vice-President 

WILLIAM 01 TMAN Secretary-Treasurer 



Omicron 

Delta 

Kappa 



FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE 



Ned Ames 
-Meade Christian 
Stanley Fink 
Terry Folis 
Robert Frank 
Steve Galef 
Joe Goldstein 
Roy Goodwin 
Ned Hobbs 



Le«i- W. Adam- 
Arthur R. Hordi-n, I 
Fred C. Cole 
J. Paxton Davis, Jr. 
Lucius J. Desha 
Robert W. Dickey 
James D. Farrar 
Marshall W. Fishwic 
Fitzgerald Flourno\ 
Francis P. Gaines 
Frank J. Gilliam 



Bill Ide 

Timothy Iri-laiid 
Williani Leijih 
Andrew McThenia 
Billy McWilliams 
Dave Montgomery 
V^ illiam Outman 
Rosewell Page 
Donald Partington 



J..hn Paul 
Macon Putnev 
P.ill Roberts ■ 
Ravmond Rohre 
Charles Rowe 
Steve Rutledge 
Joe Spivey 
Stese Suttle 
R..bin Wood 



FRATRES IN FACULTATE 



Edward S. (Graves 
Edwin C. Griffith 
K..lieri E. R. Hunt! 
William A. Jcnk- 
\larii>n M. .junkin 
tiupert -\I. Jjatturc 
C. Harold Lauck 
James G. Leyburn 
Charles P. Light, Jr. 
Lee M. .McLaughlin 
Earl S. .Mattingiv 
Allen W. .Moger 



Jaiiie- j. I'..llard 
William W. Pusev 
O-car W. Riegel 
A. Prcscott Rowe 
Leon F. .St-nsabaugli 
l)a\id \V. Sprunt 
Kobcrl -\l. Stewart 
Charles W. Turner 
Edwin P. Twomblv 
Charles F. Williai.i- 
Henry G. Williams 




LEADERSHIP 



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FRESHMAN 
SCHOLARSHIP 



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Phi 
Eta 
Sigma 



Phi Eta Sigma is a national scholastic honorary fraternity, its pur- 
pose being to recognize freshmen who have shown proficiency in the 
field of scholarship. Each year, all freshmen who make an overall grade 
point ratio of 2.5 or better out of a possible 3.0 during their first 
semester at Washington and Lee are eligible for initiation. A banquet- 
initiation is held every February to honor the newly elected members. 



OFFICERS 

JOE GOLDSTEIN President 

DAVID BEVANS Vice-President 

BILL SMITH Secretary 

MEADE CHRISTIAN Treasurer 

STEVE CHERNAY Historian 

DR. CHARLES W. TURNER Faculty Advisor 



Richard Jones 
AUyn Kantor 
Tom Luthy 
Charles Niemeyer 
Rosewell Page 
Joe Goldstein 
Steve Rutledge 
David Bevans 
Steve Chernay 
Meade Christian 
Tom Edwards 
Charles Grubb 
Edwin Kerr 



MEMBERS 

Bill Lowry 
Calvin Morrow 
John Refo 
Bill Roberts 
John Tipton 
John Turner 
Jim Sylvester 
J ere Cravens 
Bill Noell 
Frank Wright 
Ed Holmes 
Bill Smith 



Kenneth Everett 
Thomas Lewis 
Robert Kell 
William Ogilvie 
Max Shapira 
Charles Osnient 
Jim Legg 
Mike CrabiU 
Ellis Jones 
Malcolm Morris 
George James 
Nelson Williams 
Bond Johnson 




FiiisT Row, Lkit t 
stein. Christian 



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Who's W ho in American College.'i and iniversities is a nati<iiial lion- 
orary society wliich liimors hoth undergraduate and graduate seniors 
who have shown outstanding leadership in academic and extracurricular 
activities at their respect i\e colleges. Those chiisen for this organization 
are featured in a book, published e\ery August, in which a brief auto- 
biographical sketch of each member appears. 



OUTSTANDING 
SENIORS 



MEMBERS 



Peter Agelasto 
Terry Fobs 
Robert Frank 
Steve Galef 
Joe Goldstein 
Roy Goodwin 
Pearce Hardwick 
Ned Hobbs 
Bill Ide 

Andrew McThenia 
Bill Outman 



Rosewell Page 
John Paul 
Macon Putney 
Bill Roberts 
Ra\mond Robrcilit 
Steve Rutledge 
Phillip Sharp 
Joe Spivey 
Steve .Suttle 
Jack Vardaman 
Robin Wood 




Who's 
Who 



IN AMERICAN COLLEGES 
AND UNIVERSITIES 




FiusT Row, Left to Right: Fohs, Galef. Ide. Goldstein, Suttle. 
.Second Row: Wood, Goodwin. McThenia. Holil)^, Outman, Rob- 
erts. Tmnn Row: Pulney. Robreclit. Spivey. 



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First Row, Left to Right: Dr. Johnson, Mr. Gunn, Kantor, 
DuBose, Rutledge, Ladd, Mr. Ennis, Dr. Cook. Second Row: Mr. 



Mattingly, Dr. McCloud, Dr. Griffith, Mr. Latture, Dr. Atwnod, 
Dr. Ragan. Dr. Adams. 



Beta 

Gamma 

Sigma 



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X 



Beta Gamma Sigma is a national lioiior society which recognizes 
outstanding scholarshi]j and accomplishment in the arts and sciences 
of business administration. Chapters are installed only in colleges and 
universities accredited h\ the American Association of Collegiate 
Schools of Business. New mendjers are elected by the active members 
from the senior candidates for degrees in commerce and administration, 
but no more than ten per cent of such candidates can be elected. Excep- 
tional students may be elected from the junior class. 

OFFICERS 

THOMAS E. ENNIS. JR President 

JOHN M. GUNN. JR Secretary-Treasurer 

FRATRES IN FACULTATE 



Lewis W. Adams 
Edward C. Atwood. Jr. 
Jay Deardorfl Cook. Jr. 
Thomas E. Ennis. Jr. 
Francis P. Gaines 
Edwin C. Griffith 
John M. Gunn. Jr. 



Edwin H. Howard 
Lewis K. Johnson 
Rupert N. Latture 
Earl S. Mattingly 
Leiand W. McCloud 
Allen E. Ragan 
John H. Wheeler, Jr. 



COMMERCE 



FRAIRES IN UNIVERSITATE 

Beverly DuBose Ernest Ladd 

Allyn Kantor Steve Rutledge 




First Rnw. Left T(i Right: Diik. Edwards, Mcnieyor. Painte 
Cliernav. Bradford. Skccind Riiw: Wliiteliead. liroadus. Gree 



I'alinr 
Irr. C 



;^in. fnild^liin. Tiiiiiii Kipw: (Mkimu'V, Svlves- 
Craddnik, Sal<.]i;..n. 



Alpha Epsilun Delta is a iialiniial ii(in(irai\ pie-medical fialeriiit\ 
and finds its purpose in attempting to further the cause of the medical 
profession among boys who have expressed the desire to go into thai 
field. Members are selected from those pre-meds having at least a 1.!! 
average at the end of the first semester of their sophomore years. AED 
attempts to inform students of iiKjdcin mediral procedures ihrougli the 
sliouini; ol sineral color films duiiiiu llic \cai. 



OFFICERS 

CY PAINTER President 

CHARLES NIEMEYER / ice-Pn-sideni 

MEADE CHRISTIAN SVc/r/,;/, 

DAVID BEVANS Treasurer 

STEVE CHERNAY Historian 

TOMMY EDWARDS Reporter 

DR. KENNETH P. STEVENS Faeult^ A,lns„r 



.John Baker 
David Bevans 
John Bradford 
Art Broadus 
.Steve Chernay 
Hrucft Chosney 
Meade Christian 
George (.raddock 
J ere Cravens 
Barton Dick 
Tommv Edwards 



MEMBERS 

Frank Evans 
Joe Goldstein 
Kenny Greer 
Lindsav Hickain 
Henrv'H..llnn.l 
Ed Holmes 
Li-e Jeter 
Ronald Kiii^ 
Ross K\ger 
Don McClure 



Bill Moseley 
Charles Niemeyer 
C\ Painter 
Donald Palmer 
George Priggen 
Herb Salomon 
Jim Sylvester 
lay Smith 
Brantley Svdnor 
Mark Whitehead 



Alpha 

Epsilon 

Delta 



PRE-MEDICAL 



PSYCHOLOGY 



Psi 
Chi 




Psi Chi, the national honorary psychology fraternity, has as its pur- 
pose the advancement of the science of psychology and the stimulation 
of research and scholarship among its members in all fields, particularly 
psychology. In order to be eligible for membership a student must have 
completed at least nine semester hours in psychology, placed in the 
upper third of his class in psychology, and have an overall average that 
places him in the top half of his class. 

OFFICERS 

ALAN STUBBS President 

MARK WHITEHEAD Vice-President 

WALLY THULIN Secretary 

BILL WHEELER Treasurer 

DR. WILLIAM M. HINTON Faculty Advisor 

FRATRES IN UIVIVERSITATE 



James Austin 
Steve Chernay 
John Harcourt 
Lindsay Hickam 
Robert Lewis 
Donald McClure 



Robert Stone 
Alan Stubbs 
David Tharp 
Wallv Thulin 
Bill Wheeler 
Mark Whitehead 



FRATRES IN FACULTATE 

Dr. William M. Hinton 
Dr. Leonard E. Jarrard 




Kiiisi Row. I. KIT Til liK.iiT: 'Iliaip. W liitel 
\\ hi'oler. .Secii.m) licju : Dr. Jariarcl. Hickam. 
Clure. Lewis, Harcuurt. Dr. Hinton. 



,1. Stubhs. Thuli. 
Cliernav. Stone, Mc 



Scabbard and Blade is a national honorary fraternity for the recog- 
nition of outstanding students of military science. Membership in this 
society is based on military proficiency shown both in the classroom 
and on the drill field. Its object is to unite the military departments of 
American colleges and universities and b) its educated officers to spread 
intelligent information concerning the military requirements of our 
country. 



OFFICERS 

NED HOBBS President 

FRED NELSON Vice-President 

GEORGE HONTS Secretary 

ALLYN KANTOR Treasurer 



MILITARY 



MEMBERS 



David Callaway 
Robert Council 
Allan Curran 
Rick Frisbie 
Roy Goodwin 
Jimmy Gwinn 
Ned Hobbs 
George Honts 



Jerry Hyatt 
VUyn Kantor 
Ray Miller 
Billy Myers 
Fred Nelson 
Al Painter 
George Van Sciver 



Scabbard 

and 

Blade 




First Row, I.eft to Kigiit: Hyatt. Hobl)>. Kantm. Jlunt^. Cuud- 
cil. Seco>o Row: Frisbie, Van Sciver. Cwinn. (iailaway. Curran. 
\Iillor. TniRn Row: Painter, Myers, Goodwin. 




First Row, Left to Right: McEnally. Ecke^. Boardman. Harcourt. Second Row: Mr. Chaffin, Kelly. Noell. Dr. Borden. 



Tau 

Kappa 

Alpha 




Tau Kappa Alpha is an honorary fraternity for those participating in 
speech activities on the campus. The local organization was installed at 
W&L this year with the above charter members. To be eligible for mem- 
bership, a student must be in the upper one-third of his class and must 
be voted on by the existing members. Next fall, Tau Kappa Alpha will 
sponsor the state debate tournament here at Washiiiston and Lee. 



OFFICERS 

WILLIAM BOARDMAN President 

BILL NOELL Vice-President 

AL ECKES Secretary 

RICHARD McENALLY Treasurer 

JOHN HARCOl RT Manager 

RICHARD KELLY Historian 

MR. WILLIAM CHAFFIN Faculty Advisor 

FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE 



William Boardman 
Al Eckes 
John Harcourt 
Richard Kelh 



Richard McEnally 

William Noell 
Peter Straub 



DEBATING 



FKA IRK.S IN FAtllJLTATE 

Mr. William ChaiTm Dr. Arthur Ross Borden. Ji 

Dr. Allen W. Moger 



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The purpose til lllr (^niiinrK c I'lalci riil\ is hi sei\e as a link lielueeii 
the students and the faruh\ (if the si IkhiI of Ciimiiierce. through which 
ideas iiia> flow freel\ and inf'orinall\ . The programs and activities of 
the Commerce Fraternit\ enahle tlie student to see the theory which he 
has learned in a practical light In holding discussion groups and stu- 
dent-faculty debates. New nieinhers are elected to this group on the 
hasis of a 1.5 average in commerce and econojnics courses and on the 
vote of the present members. 



OFFICERS 

BEVERLY DUBOSE Presideni 

CHARLIE COMMANDER Vke-Presidenl 

BILL OUTMAN Secretary 

DUNLOP ECKER Treasurer 

DR. LELAND W. McCLOL D Faculty Advisor 



Commerce 
Fraternity 



MEMBERS 



Peter Agelasto 
Judd Babcock 
Fred Baker 
David Benn 
Howard Bing 
Bill Boardman 
Charlie Commander 
Carl Connel 
Grantham Couch 
Beverly DuBose 
Dunlop Ecker 
Pierce Hardwick 
Allyn Kantor 



Ri( k Kurz 
Ernest Ladd 
Bob Lewis 
Tom Luthy 
Ray Miller 
Warren Mills 
Ceorge Missliack 
Hill Outman 
Les Peard 
Steve Rutledge 
Jim Sagner 
I^ou Westefleld 
Bill Young 




FRATERNITY 



BUSINESS 



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COLLEGE 




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JOHN M. MADISON 

Editor 



4^^ocial prater n Hies 




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Interfraternity Council 

The Interfraternity Council coordinates fraternity activities and acts 
as a mediator between the school and fraternities. Each fraternity sends 
two representatives. Its activities include the University Blood Drive. 
Charity Chest, and Rush Week. Dean James I). Farrar serves as facull\ 
advisor. 



OFFICERS 

BOB DOENGES Fresidem 

CY PAINTER / ,ce-presidenl 

BILL YOUNG Secretary 

TONY SCHLESINGER Treasurer 

MR. JAMES D. FARRAR Advisor 




ROBERT S. DOEiVGES 
President 



Peter Alford 
John Boyle 
Jim Carty 
Grantham Couch 
Fred Cooper 
George Craddock 
Rick Frisbie 
Mark Gee 
Roy Goodwin 
Jim Gwinn 
("harlie Hart 



MEMBERS 

Sam Hellman 
Dick Herman 
Dave Hyman 
Rupert Johnson 
Ross Kyger 
Tom Luthy 
Richard McEnallx 
Dwyer McNeese 
John Martin 
Jon Montague 
And\ Nea 



Pete Noonan 
Robin Norfleet 
Cy Painter 
Bob Payne 
George Peters 
Stexe Rutledge 
Rodney Shields 
Spud Slater 
Mike Spaulding 
Jim Smith 
l)a\i' Swnnu 




FiR'ST Rnu InT 111 Rk.ht: Chapman. (Jiiuiiwin. NUrlleel, \\ ir- 
gandt \liinta^u( .\Ic\\i-a(f. Ski:o>d Row: Hellman, I'ainli-r, 
Doenge-. ^ ciun^ (,vvinn. Thihd Riiw: Herndon. Noonan. Luthy, 



llait, Swaiin, Slalci, Smith. Fiiitnu Ruu : Craddock, Cooper, 
Cartv. Rulh-d^e. Ootman. Frisl.ie, .Shield-. 



Beta Theta Pi 



OFFICERS 

GRANTHAM COUCH President 

LEYBLIRN MOSBY Vice-President 

TOMMY GOODWIN Secretary 

MRS. FRANCES D. MARTIN House Mother 




First Row. Left to Right: McAshan, Kannapell. Schoenfield, 
Hilton. McCord. Jones. \^'igert. Ganer, Murphy, .Manning, Ear- 
nest, Long. Seco.nd Row: Madison. Dickinson, Wilkinson. Mill 
ing, Hardwick. Goodwin, Couch, Mrs. Martin. Mosby, Tyrrell, 
G.inrov. .I"!ip-. Zimmprman. Smith. Third Row: Fea^in. MrGowin. 



Dinkel. McCord. Burke, Friedrichs, Grant, Gordon, Boardman, 
Henderson, Craddock. Fourth Row: Ogilvie, Rugg. Markham, 
Haley, Gait. Leydig. Fitzpatrick, Davenport. Roy, Lemon, Rob- 
ert*. Parel. Crockard. Flournnv. 




Alpha Rho Chapter 



Establi^luH 1856 



Koiiii(l<>cl at Miami I niversil 



Alpha Rlid Chapter of Beta Tlu'ta Pi was founded on the 
Washington College campus in 1856, hut the fraternity closed 
with the College at the advent of the Civil War. The chaitter 
was reactivated in 1876 and again in 1921. when it hecame 
Alpha Rho. 

The highest organ of student body government, the Executive 
Committee, has the service of Buck Ogilvie as representative 
of the sophomore class. Pearce Hardwick is vice-president of 
the senior class, editor of the Freshman Handbook, a member 
of Phi Eta Sigma, and listed in W ho's H"ho in American Col- 
leges and Universities. Charles McCord, last year's sophomore 
EC representative, was president of Spring Dances and active 
with the Debate Team and llie Cotillian Club. Senior Grantham 
Couch, the president of Aljiha Rho. was chairman of the Uni- 
versity Party. 

.Junior Bill Boardman led the Debate Team as captain to the 
Virginia .'^tate Champir>nshi(i and was elected president of Tau 
Kappa Alpha, the national honorary debate fraternity. Board 
man is also historian of the jimior class as well as the adver- 
tising manager of the Calyx. Buck Ogilvie was organizations 
editor of the yearbook, and .lohn Madison was fraternities 
editor of the same publication. Elmo Markham was news editor 
of the Tuesday Ring-Tum Phi and a member of the Assimila- 
tion Committee. Steve Parel held a position on the Library 
Committee. 

The Betas were represenird cNrflicnlly in scholastic achieve- 
ments as George Craddock, Bill \\ ilkinson. Jim Haley, Pearce 
Hardwick, and Charles McCord made the Dean's List. Sopho- 
more Buck Ogilvie was on the Honor Roll and named the Out- 
-tanding ROTC cadet in his class. 

In the realm of athletics. Buck Ogilvii-. John .Madison. Dan 
Flournoy. Steve Davenport, and Tommy (ioodwin were on the 
Varsity football team. Guard Tommy Goodwin was named to 
the small college All-State Team and won the award as the 
outstanding player in the Homecoming game. Betas John Men- 
dell and Andy Conroy were on the swimming team, while 
Grantham Couch was captain of the Golf team. 

Besides being prominent in campus activities, the Betas are 
a fraternity in the truest sense. Genuine fellowship e.xists among 
the group. This sincere atmosphere is aided greatly by the 
Beta housemother. Mrs. Davis Martin. "Mom" is always re- 
membered in the hearts of her boys, and in her sixteen years 
with the fraternity, has never failed to give the Betas the warm- 
est understanding and consideration. 



Giiodwin. Pearce Hard- 
I \lnsliv. Charli-s .-^mitli. 



MEMBERS 

(.LASS OF 1962 
Andrew Conroy. Grantham Couch. Thomas 
wick. Ki-nnt'tli Jones. Kins: Miljins;. 1. ex bur 
l)a^i.l Tvn-ll. 

CLASS Uf l>)h.; 
William Boardman, William Burke. Joseph Friedrichs. James Hen- 
(ierMin. Charles McCord. Travis Oliver. 

CLASS OF 19(>4 
George Craddock, Craig Crockard, Stephen Davenport. Dan Flourno\. 
Martin Gait, James Haley. Philip Haley. Philip Lemon. John .Mad- 
ison, Julian Markham. John Alendell. William Ogilvie, Stephen Parel. 
Richard Roberts, John Roy, William Rugg. William Wilkinson. 

CLASS OF 1965 
William Dickson, Peter Kinkle, Broughtun Earnest, Donald Feagin. 
David Carver, Baird Crimson, Lawrence Heartburg. William Hilton. 
Ronald Hornhurger, Randall Jones. Dougla.s Kannapell, Charles Long. 
.Maurice McAshan, Michael McCord, Mason McGowan, Lawrence 
Manning, Paul Murphy. Douglas Schoenfeld, Christopher Wigert. 





HOMECOMING REPRESENTATIVE 
Mi.ss Mary Dinn 

RaiiHulph-Maron Women's College 




131 



Delta Tau Delta 



OFFICERS 

TOM LUTHY President 

GEORGE HONTS Vice-President 

DAVE MONTGOMERY Secretary 

BART DICK Treasurer 

DOUG MARTIN House Manager 

MRS. GEORGE CHANEY House Mother 




First Row, Left to Right: Slay, Jones, Quekemeyer, Saunders. 
Wilkes. Gay, Moore, Manson, Jones, Nunan, Warner, Short, West 
Livingston. Second Row: Honts. Owen. Dew, Butler, Cruger. 
Monier, Hobbs. Fobs, Wbeeler, Hyatt. Lulhy. Dick. Lee, Martin 
Hickey, Suttle. Third Row: Lamb. Wiggins, Begg, Wilson, Wilt 
shire, Grogan, Gummey, Payne, Uhlig. Freeman, Burkart, Rawls, 



hmBS&S 




Thornhill, Warwick, Montgomery. Fourth Row: McDaniel, 
Pearson, Gossmann, Walsh, Pagano, Monsarrat, Myers, Walker. 
Beall. Peard, Schaffer, Gamber, Ames, Pipes, Michaelsen, An- 
drews. Fifth Row: Hunt, Bed™, Klinglehofer. Kelly. Jackson, 
Morris, Little, Buckalew. 



V.V 



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Phi Chapter 



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Coll. 



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Plii Cliaplfi ,.l Ucllii Tai] D.-lla Ha- .-lal.llsli,-,! al Wa-liinn- 
lon and l.ee in 18% just i7 years after llie Fralernily"s in- 
ception at Bethany College. West Virginia. Nationally Delta 
Tail Delta is one of the ten largest social fraternities, and on 
campus Phi Chapter has continually been among the leaders. 

During 1961-62 the Delts reached into all jihases of campus 
life and were active particii)ants and leaders. Uncas McThenia 
was president of the student body and Steve Suttle was sec- 
retary. Dave Montgomery was president of Openings Dances 
which proved to be one of the finest dance sets many can re- 
member. Bob Payne was vice-president of the junior class. Five 
Delts were dormitory counselors: Terry Fobs. Jerry Hyatt. 
Dave Montgomery. Bob Payne, and Ashley Wiltshire. Ned 
Hobbs was chairman of the Cold Check Committee and held 
the highest student office in the Reserve Officers Training Corps. 
Other Delts who were leaders in ROTC were Terry Fobs. Billy 
Myers. Randy Butler. Jerry Hyatt, and George Honts. 

George Honts was president of Pi Sigma Alpha and also on 
the Ring Tim Phi staff. Bob Payne and Cotton Rawls were on 
the Caly.x staff. Payne and Hyatt .served on the Assimilation 
Committee. Several Delts were active in the U.C.A., and four 
were members of the Glee Club. Wiltshire and Montgomery 
were in the Student Service Society. 

In sports Delts maintained their leadership. F.iglit Delts were 
captains of varsity teams and Dan Manson was a captain of the 
freshman football team. Lead by tri-captains Steve Suttle. Ned 
Hobbs. and Barton Dick plus Little All-American Terry Fobs, 
seventeen Delts played varsity football. Four Delts played 
soccer. During the winter Dave (^rogan was outstanding in 
basketball, and five Delts were on the swimming team. Dave 
Montgomery lead the wrestling team which included several 
other Delts. Captains Jim Hickey and (ieorge Cruger made the 
track team outstanding. Bill Wheeler and ten other Delts con- 
tributed to the lacrosse team, while captain Ned Hobbs and 
pilciier Brice Gamber lead tiie baseball team. Wig Wiggins 
was in charge of the successful intramural program. Wes Pijies 
was a trainer and Mai Freeman was a cheerleader. 

Socially the year was tops. Lead by social chairman Will 
Lee. the Delts had good combos and fine parlies. 

Delts appreciate more every day their house mother. Mrs. 
George Chaney. Dean James Farrar is the chapter adviser. 

MEMBERS 

CLASS OF 1902 
Rand\ liiUler. George Cruger. Bart Dick. Brae Dew. Terry Foh-. 
George Honts. Ned Hohl)s, Jim Hickev. Jerrv Hyatt, Gene Johnson, 
Jack Kowalski. Will Lee. Tom Luthy. Doug Martin, .Mike .Monier. 
Billv .Mvers. John Owen. Les Peard. Sieve Suttle. Bill Wheeler. 



CLASS OF I'Myi 
Andrew. Chuck Begg. Dave Grogan. Charley Gu 



\lont2i>men, Nick Monsarrat. Boh Pagano, Bol) I' 
hilk kick I hhg. Mickey Walker. Ashley Wiltshin 



mine). Da\ 
ne. Glen Thori 
\^ is; Wiggins. 



CLASS OF 1W>4 
Joe Burkhart. .Mai Freeman. Brice Camber. Bill Gorman. John 
McDaniel. John Michaelsen. John Pearson, We- Pi|ies, C.tlon Rawl-. 
Fred Schaeffer. Steve Walsh, Eric '^'ilson. 

CLASS OF I'lhS 
lim Boardman. Gordon Gav, John Hunt. Bruce Jackson. Dan Jones. 
Morgan Kellev, Carrol Klinglehofer. Jodie Little. Dick Livmgston, 
Earl Malcolm,' Dan Manson, Alan Morris, Vic Nunan. Henry Queke- 
meyer, Pat Robertsen. Rick Saunders, Lindspy Short. Jim Slay. Eben 
Warner, Butch \^'est. 





HOMECOMING REPRESENTATIVE 
Miss Ji lie Taft 

R;>ii(l»li>li-Mar<>ii Women's Collegi- 




133 



Delta Upsilon 



OFFICERS 

JOHN MARTIN President 

JIM SMITH Vice-President 

PETER NOONAN Secretary 

PETER REYNOLDS Treasurer 

MRS. CATHERINE LANGHORNE House Mother 







First Row, Left to Right: McBrine, Ansell, Lanham, Dyer. 
Rex, Roettger, Lane, Wadsworth. Patton, Dunn, Conrad. Second 
Row: Reynolds. Sapp. Beale, Beck. Conrad. Martin. Mrs. Lang- 
liorne, Smith, Macon. Starkey, Ft-nn. Fraser. Tiiikd Row: Noo- 



nan, Cooke, Howson, Topinka, Macaleb, Young, Missbach, Stott, 
Head. Preston, McCoy. Fourth Row: Wyly. Farquhar, Burdell. 
Colton, Cafferat. Holden, \>iigo[s. Forester, Noe, Jackson. Fifth 
Row: Moss. Gilbert, Fadic. 




Washington & Lee Chapter 



E*tablish.d 1930 



IoiukI.-.I ;il Williaiiir Coll.sf, 1831 



111 the tliiit\-()iie years tlial Ut-lta l!p>ilon lia> ht-en at Wash- 
ington and Lee. it has been and remains one of the leading fra- 
ternities on campns. Excellence in fraternal spirit, intramural 
and intercollegiate athletics, extra-curricular activities, and 
social functions have hrought aliout this consistently high 
standard. 

In accordance with our tradition of leadershi]). the DU's lead 
and participate in many various activities. Dave Beal is secre- 
tary of the senior class. Bill 'toung is secretary of the Inter- 
fraternity Council, Assimilation Committee, and photography 
editor of the Southern Collfjiian. besides being a member of 
the "IS" Club. Another member of the ••13" Club is Dave 
Fraser. Dave Beale is a member of I'i Ajjiha Nu and White 
Friars. Jim Stott was chosen for the newly createil Dance Board 
Advisory Council. Fete Noonan. .\l Wyly and I'ete Reynolds 
are on the staff of the Soiilhfrn Collegian. I'liil McCaleb is 
president of the Forensic I iiion and a niendier of the Debate 
Team. 

-Academically twelve brothers are on the Dean's List, two on 
the Honor Roll. George Missbach and Bill Young are in the 
Commerce Fraternity. Brothers Auburn. Mai-on. and Younji 
received Robert E. Lee Research Grants. 

The DU's have a strong contingent on the staff of Radio 
Washington and Lee. Paul Gilbert is program director of Em- 
phasis Abroad. He is ably assisted by Paul Fenn. Sam Ansell. 
Loy Rex. and Bob Patton. Bob is also a Home Edition an- 
nouncer. Herb Sapp and Bryan Lane are in the (Jlee Club. 

In sports the DLI's furnish members for almost all W&L 
teams. DU's on the football team were Bob Dyer. Lloyd Rex. 
Joe Howson, .Sam Preston, and Phil AlcCaleb. McCaleb was 
outstanding at defensive tackle, blocking two punts and being 
one of the team leaders in tackles. Brother Jiin Starkey started 
for the varsity soccer team; .\lan Wyly. Jim Head, and George 
Missbach are on the varsity rifle team with freshmen George 
Dunn. (George Wadsworth. and Al Lannam. Brothers Phil 
McCaleb and Bill Young are on the track team and Ed Burdell 
and Bryan Lane play baseball. Brothers playing lacrosse are 
Sam Preston. John McCoy, and Pete Noonan. 

The social season at Dl' has been most successful with the 
Isley Brothers. T.N.T. Trible. and Zodiacs playing here. 

DU is indebted to Professors Ragan and Latture for their 
unfailing guidance and leadershi]). and also its housemother, 
Mrs. Kay Langhorne. 

MEMBERS 

CLASS OF IW2 
David Beale, Thomas Beck, Peter Cnnrad. Paul Feiui. David Fraser. 
Philip Macon. John .Martin. Benjamin Michel. Roherf Nash, Harry 
Preston. Kern,- Reynolds. Peter Reyn(.lds. Herhert .Sajip. James 
.Smith, James .Starkey. 

CLASS OF I 'III-' 
Robert Auburn. Edward Burdell. Jon Cooke. Edward Eadie. Leigh- 
ton Everhart. James Farquhar. Jo.seph Howson, Frost Jackson, Edwin 
McCaleb, John McCov. George .Missbach, Lewis Noe, James .'stott. 
Joseph Topinka. Joseph Wiggs. Donald Wyly. 'Willard "ioung. 

CLASS OF 1964 
\^illiam Bell, Robert Cafferata. Richard Collon. Robert Foerster, 
Paul Gilbert, Warren Holden, Bruce Moss, Samuel Preston, Peter 
Noonan. William Van Dyke. 

CLASS OF 1965 
Sam .Ansell, Jeff Conrad. Robin Dyer, George Dunn, .\lan Lonliaiu, 
Bryan Lane. Bill McBrine, Robert Patton, Lloyd Rex, John Roettger, 
George Wadsworth. 





HOMECOMING REI'RESEI\T.4TIVE 

Miss Amne Mii>i)I.kton 
Mary Baldwin College 




135 



Kappa Alpha 



OFFICERS 

ROY GOODWIN President 

JOHxN WHITE Vice-President 

ROBERT NORFLEET Secretary 

MRS. ETHEL LEWIS House Mother 







First Row. Left tu Right: Hubbard. \^oudru]ii. -\llen, Sharkey, 
Julian. Chase, Thompson, Terrell. David. Second Row: Ide, Mer- 
screau. Jones, Block, Goodwin. Norfleet, New, Wilco.\. Sommer- 



ville. Whitehead. Third Row: .Morrison. Smith. Thackston. Can- 
dler, Henley. Broadus. Croft, Rains. Mullin. Fourth Row: Greer. 
Hyde, Kidd, Jones, Brumby, Suggs, Thompson, Black, Farnsworth. 



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Alpha Chapter 



E.-,labli-.ht-il 1U6J 



houiidrd 111 \\ .1-liiii^tii 



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Tli>- Kapiia Al|.lu[ Or. I. -I «.is l,Miri,i..,l iii IWif. al W a-liiMfi- 
loii and l.t-e. (;tu,l.-,l lis 111,- i,i,-aU and iii^|.ii ali.in ol KuIhtI 
E. Lt-e. tour nifii >ittiMi; aKiiiiul a lulili' in uhal i> imw KnliiM- 
M)n Hall created the "mother'" eliaplci of ilu- order. Since that 
lime Kappa Alpha Order has grown and expanded until there 
are now over 80 active chapters in the United States. Here at 
Washington and Lee was the beginning of Kappa Alpha Order, 
which for thousands is now a way of life. 

The brothers and pledges are now in the second year at the 
new house which used to be known as the "Reid While House." 
Through their striving and help of the alumni, it is now one 
of the most attractive houses here at W&I^. 

Kappa Alpha is well represented in all phase?- of campus life 
by its members. They are proniineni in athletics, scholastics, 
and extra-curricular activilii-^. In >iudenl government Roy 
(JoodvNin is the historian of the senior class as well as editor- 
in-chief of the Tuesday Edition of the Ring-turn Phi: Goodwin 
is also on the battle group staff in the ROTC. Ed Croft is 
president of the sophomore ilass and on the Assimilation Com- 
mittee and the Dance Board. Ken Greer, John Mullin. and Bill 
Ide are members of the Student War Memorial Scholarship 
Fund Committee. Mullin and Robin Norfleet are members of 
the Interfraternity Council. 

Athletically, Alpha chapter is high on the list in intercol- 
legiate contests. Ed Croft and Bob Henley are outstanding 
players on the football team. In wrestling Alpha is tops: Sandy 
Mersereau. a four year man. is captain: Herb Smith has a tre- 
mendous record: Mike Brumby. .Sam Block, and Ken (ireer 
are other standouts. Bill Ide and Brett Thackslon are starters 
on the basketball squad: they are accompanied by Don Wallis 
anil John \^hite. On the freshman team- Bill Julian, .^kipper 
Smith. Ashley Allen. Bill David, and Alan Hubbard are stal- 
warts. Duke Terrell is a soccer player. 

In W&L's social light Kappa Alpha ranks high: John Mullin 
serves as social chairman. Bill Ide and Mullin are members 
of the "13" Club. Frank Jones and Bill Suggs are Mongolian 
Mink, and in the Cotillion Club. John White. Mason New. 
Roy Goodwin, and Robin Norfleet are all mendiers of Sigma. 
Mersereau is also a Mink. 

Alpha chapter is indebted to ils faculu advJM-r, Dr. E. \\. 
Spencer, and to ils gracii>U'~ housemolhe r. Mrs. J. M. Lewis, 
who makes the house a second home for the brothers. 

MEMBERS 

CLASS OF 1W2 
Roy Goodwin. Bill Ide, Louis Jones. Sandy MiTM-nau, Mason New. 
Robin Norfleet. -Armond Sommerville. John W hite. .Mark Whitehead. 

CLASS OF I'm?, 
Tom Rains. John Mulhn. Sam Block. 

CLASS OF l'J(>4 
Dave Black. Art Broadus, Mike Brumby. Peter Candler, Ed Croft. 
Phil Farnsworth, Kenny Greer. Andy Hyde. Bob Henley, Frank 
Jones. Smitzy Kidd, Hobby -Morrison. Herli Smith. Billy Suggs. 
Malt Thompson. Jim Underbill. 

CLASS OF 1<H>5 
Ashley Allen, Hal Chase, Bill David. Allan Huldiard, William Julian. 
(Jreg Sharkey, Royal Terrell. Ted Thomjison, Lanier Woodrum. 










HOMECOMING REPRESENTATIVE 

Mrs. Lous Jones 
Lexington. \ irsinia 




137 



Kappa Sigma 



OFFICERS 

RICK FRISBIE President 

ALLEN Cl'RRAN Vke-Presidenl 

STEPHEN GUILD Secretary 

ROSS KYGER Treasurer 

BILL CANDLER Master of Ceremonies 

MRS. MABEL ROANE House Mother 




FiKsT Kdu, Leu to Kioht: June-. Ingle-. Putnaju. Moure. H.. 
IJrown, B., Lufti-. Tliunipson. Reevo*. Johnson, Ellis. Second 
Row: Price, Dunlap. Ecker, Murphey, Frisbie. Mrs. Roane, Cur- 
ran, .McNeese, Foreman, Ruhle. Third Row: Hare, Henry, M., 



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June-. Gay, Henry, K,. Candler, Guild, Grubb, Moore, T., Kauf- 
man. Fourth Row: Hughes, Dennis, Gordon, Wyly, Kinsey, 
Brown, W., Wheelock, Brewer. Fifth Row: Cruse, Sylvester, Fitz, 
Goar, Pace, Watts, Chapman. 









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Mu Chapter 



Established 1873 • F..iiii<l.<l at I niM-isil> ..f Viisinia, 1869 

Kappa Sigma coiKliule> it> 89lli Near (in tlit- Washington 
and Lee campus this spring with members of the hrotherhood 
again assuming roles of leadership and active participation in 
a wide variety of University activities. Mu chapter of Kappa 
Sigma was founded at the University of Virginia. The Wash- 
ington and Lee chapter is the tliird oldest in the Lhiited States 
and has always held a higii position holii in the national and 
among the other houses on campus. 

This year was no exception, as the local chapter had many 
hoys in all phases of campus activity. Dunlop Ecker was co- 
captain of the varsity soccer team, a freshman camp counselor, 
business manager of the (Jlee Club, and treasurer of the Com- 
merce Fraternity. Al Curran, who served as vice-president of 
the house and pledge trainer, held a Robert E. Lee Research 
Grant, was on the Cadet Battle (Jroup Staff in ROTC. and was 
a member of Scabbard and Blade. 

.Steve Guild was executive news editor of the Rinii-luin I'hi. 
the [jroducer of "Concert" on Radio W&L, and was a member 
of the Dance Board Advisory Council. Lance Tarrance was 
president of the International Relations Club this year and 
also held the position of assistant sports editor of the campus 
newspaper. Jim Sylvester was a member of the Student Control 
Committee, was a varsity tackle on the football team, and at- 
tained Honor Roll grades. 

Other activities and honors vvhicii came to members of the 
house were the election of Rick Frisbie to Scabbard and Blade. 
George Madison and Brooks Brown were both members of the 
freshman basketball squad, and Brown was a member of the 
freshman football team. A place on the freshman wrestling 
team and attaining Honor Roll grades in his freshman year 
were achievements of Bo Jones. Ross Kyger was a member of 
the Dance Board Advisory Council. 

Socially, the big event of the year was the annual Black and 
White Ball, along with several other house jjarties, including 
those at homecomings and Christmas. 

This year marked the arrival of a new housemother to Mu 
Chapter — Mrs, L. L. Roane — to whom the Kappa Sigs owe 
much appreciation for all her help during the year. Professor 
Buford Stephenson again served caiiabh in hi- capacity as 
alumni advisor to tlie chapter. 



MEMBERS 

CLASS OF IW>2 
Allen Curran, Koljert Uunlap, DunNip Ecker, Haw-on F 
Rick Frisbie, Charles Gay, Michael Henry, Harry Kintz. 
McNeese, Joseph Murphey. Marshall Timberlake, Li.uis ■« . 

CLASS OF 19(,3 
Dc.iiald Krheal, William Brown. William Candler, .Samuel 
Gerald Grav, Charles Grubb, Stephen Guild, Howell Henn', 
Hughes. Irving Jones, Thomas Jordan. Louis Kaufmann, Ros^ 
Thomas Moore, Lance Tarrance, Robert Wheelock. William 

CLASS OF 1964 
Koliert lirewer Neal Bright, Benjamin Chapman. Richard Cru-f-. 
Reid Dennis. William Fitz, Thomas Coar. William Gotten. Richard 
Heard. Bill Kin-ey. Thoma- Pare, R.ihert Smith. Jimmy Sylvester. 
John Watts. 

CLASS OF 19b5 
Brooks Brown, Uavid Ellis. Dudley Hare, William Ingles Lee Jolin- 
son Ellis Jones, Robert Loftis, George Madison, Hullihen Moore. 
Geor-e Price. William Putnam. Robert Rives. Stephen Thompson. 



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HOMECOMIX; REPRESEINT.\TIVE 

Miss Donnv Maii.kv 

I niveisilv of Noilh Carolinu 




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Lambda Chi Alpha 



OFFICERS 

JOHN BOYLE President 

BOB HOLLAND Vice-President 

BOB MOTTLEY Secretary 

BRUCE ROBERSON Treasurer 

GEORGE COWARD Rush Chairman 

TOM BOWER House Manager 

MRS. JEANETTE RICHARDSON House Mother 




First Row, Left to Right: Gray. Raines, Bacon, Crook, Smith 
West, Myers, Wilbur, Kneipper, O'Keefe, Kramer, Boyle. Second 
Row: Hardwick. Mchab, Roberson. Boyle, Mrs. Richardson, Hol- 
land, Bower, Coward, Evans. Third Row: Hancock. Holker. 



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Bokee. Lewis. Fussell, Palmer, Chosney. McEnally, Mitchell. 
P'ouRTii Row: Mottley, Atkins, Austin, Lackey, Hammond, Dixon, 
Fowler. Eckes, Kidwell, Fowler. 



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Gamma Phi Chapter 



F.slahlishoH 1922 



roiiiulril :it UoMon I niMrsilv. 1909 



Lambda Chi Alpha was founded at Boston University in 
1909 and grew rapidly into one of the largest fraternities in the 
nation. Its 151 chapters are scattered throughout much of the 
United States and Canada. Chapter, (iamma Phi. was founded 
at Washington and Lee forty years ago. 

Lambda Chi's were very active in various campus organiza- 
tions this year. Andy Leonard worked with the Troubadours 
for the third year playing leading parts in several plays. Bob 
Holland was Senior Editor of Thursday night Home Edition 
news program. Also active in student radio work were Bill 
Boyle, Lynn Hammond, and Rusty McNab. Bob Mottley was 
associated with the literary magazine, Shenandoah, and John 
Dixon sang in the Glee Club. Richard McEnally and Al Eckes 
were on the Debate Team for a second year and were joined 
by freshmen Phil Bacon and Rick Kneip])er. 

Several members of the house were on var.sity athletic teams. 
Ed Bokee wrestled, and .John Lackey was on the baseball team. 
Tom Bower, .lim Austin, and Torn Lewis were on the rifle 
team. Bob Turek was on llic suiinniing team, and Ed West 
was on ibr frcsbniaii sorcrr Icarii. Lambda ("hi also ticldcd 
fuic intramural teams under llic diiccliuu ol \ndv Icouard. 

We had another fine year soci.illv with more ,iiid belter par- 
ties. The climax of nur social calendar was the annrral Oescenl 
Hall held in the spring. 

Other house officers were: pledge trainer. Rusty McNab: 
rush chairman, George Coward: ritualist, Andy Leonard: social 
chairman, Steve Hancock: and I.F.C. representative, Richard 
McEnallv. 

Mrs. .lean B. Richardson did an excellent and greatly appre- 
ciated job this year as Landida Chi's new housemother. Dr. 
Charles W. Turner continued his invaluable assistance as cbaji- 
ter advisor. 



CLASS OF n>h2 
jini Austin. John Boyle. Frank Evans, Rusty McN'ali. 

CLASS OF I96:t 
'lorn l!..w\cr-. Mike Cenci, Georfie Coward, Mar Fowler. Sandy 
K..wl.-r-. .Stexe Hancock. Bob Holland. Andy Lrnnard. Hrurr Kc,li.r-.,n. 

CLASS OF l^bi 
L..ri Atkins, Bob Barganz, Ed Bokee, Bruce Cliosney, .lolrn Dixorr, 
\l Eckes, Bob Eussell, Lynn Hammond, ScotI Hardwick. John Hil 
ker, Ray Kidwell, John Lackey, Tom Lewis, Mel .Mitchell. Kichard 
McEnally. Bob Mottley. Don Palmer. 

CLASS OF 1905 
Philip Bacon, William Boyle, Stephen Crook. Richard Drew. Rojjin 
Kent, Richar Eneipi>er, Peter Kramer, John Lewis, Uavid .Myers, Tun 
O'Keefe, Thomas Raines, North Smith. John Sturm. Robert Turek, 
Edmund West, Frank Wilbur. 





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IIOMI'COMINC. KKPKESFM'\TI\ I 

Ml.ss Makv .Abra.m.s 
Milwaukee Downer College 




141 



Phi Delta Theta 



OFFICERS 

ED MEYERS President 

MIKE SPALDING Vice-President 

DAVE SWANN Rush Chairman 

BOB ^ OUNG House Manager 

MRS. MYRTLE ALLEN House Mother 







First Row. Left to Right: Bear, Baither. Marshall. Carroll, 
^ ilkinjon. Geer. Paterno. HoUiday. Lee, Adams. Cargill. Second 
Rnw: Knight, Conway. MoWilliams. Hipp. Lee. Spalding. Mrs. 
Allen. Mvers. Hawthorne. Callowav, Pavne. Commander. Third 



Row: Trussell. jNorthuilt, Ambler. Gulick, -Morrison, Young, Van 
Rensselaer, \oung. Swann. Stull, Walker, Tilman. FoLRTH Row: 
Foltz, Taylor. Bright, Carlson, Lane, McEvan, Walton, Wick, 
^^ ootton, Kann, Edwards, Snead. 




Virginia Zeta Chapter 



Established 1887 



Foundril ut Miami Lniver^il 



1848 



Virginia Zeta Chapter cif Piii Ueila I'litia \va> e^^tahlislied al 
Washington and Lee University in 1887. Tlie present liouse 
was built in 1929 with the assistance of Earl S. Mattingly. 
secretary of the Board of Trustees and treasurer of the Uni- 
versity. 

The members of Virginia Zeta have spread themselves 
throughout all phases of campus life and have proved them- 
selves leaders in athletics, scholarship, and extra-curricular 
activities. The seniors were particularly active this year. Char- 
lie Commander, having served as president of last year's jun- 
ior class, was elected president of the senior class this year. 
In addition, Charlie was vice-president of the honorary Com- 
merce Fraternity, a member of the Dance Board, treasurer of 
the Mongolian Minks, and a member of Sigma. Mike Spalding 
was vice-president of the senior class. Dave Callaway dis- 
tinguished himself in the R.O.T.C. Department by receiving 
the highest award given, the Association of the U.S. Army Gold 
Medal. Dave was also Deputy Battle-Ciroup Commander, a Dis- 
tinguished Military Student, and a nienii)er of tlie selective 
.Scabbard and Blade. 

Frank Young, a junior, achieved recognition of his promis- 
ing ability by being elected vice-president of the Dance Board 
and will succeed next year as its president. Frank is also a 
member of SWMSFC. the Glee Club, the White Friars, and a 
member of the Cold Check Committee. Randy Wootton was 
one of the Phi's outstanding sophomors, rendering his talents 
to varsity lacrosse, varsity swimiuing. the Assimilation Com- 
mittee, the Ring-Tuin Phi Imsiness slafT, and a member ol 
SWMSFC. 

In athletics, the Phi Delts also showed wide participation. 

"General" Lee will long be remembered for his services to 
the varsity Football team. Tom Baither. Bobby Carlson, and 
Dave Knight, who was captain of the team last year, played 
varsity soccer. Steve Stull. Randy Wootton. and Dave Geer 
contributed to the varsity swimming team, .\mong those on 
varsity track were Ed Myers. John Lee. Dave Callaway, and 
Spence .McEvoy. Park Gilniore. a second baseman on the base- 
ball team, was elected this year's student representative for 
the .Athletic Department. Bob Van Rensselaer. John Gulick, 
Steve Stull. and Randy \^'o<iilen joined the rank> of the La- 
crosse team. 

Outstanding social event- thai highliglileii the year under 
the leadership of social chairman Hayne Hipp included the fall 
formal house party and the traditional spring Hawaiian party. 

Virginia Zeta welcomes this year its new housemother. Mrs. 
Myrtle Allen, and expresses its deepe-^t gratitude for her de- 
voted services. 

MEMBERS 

CLASS OF 191,2 
janu-s /\nil)ler. David Callaway. Charles Cunmiander. Charles Con- 
wav. Barn- F(.ltz. Park Gilmore. Henry Hawthorne, Haynt- Hipi'. 
David Knii;lit. John Lee. John Payne. .Michael Spaldin!;. 

CLASS OF 1963 
Thomas Edwards. John Gulick. Holmes .\lurri-on. Allen Nuitluull. 
David Swann. Stephen Stull. .Mackey Tilman. (Jiarles Vance. Boh 
\ an Rensselaer. Frank Young. Roi)ert Young. 

CLASS OF 1964 
Micharl liright, Robert Carlson. James Cassidy. Charles Gainer. 
Koh.-n Karn. Kenneth Lane, Douglas .McEvoy. Williaiii Noonan. 
Herman Taylor. Augustus Walton. George Wick. Randy Vide. lion. 

CLASS OF 191)5 
David Adams, Tom Baither, Joe Bear, Jim Cargill. David Carroll. 
David Geer. Bill Holiday, Bill Lee, John .Marshall, Louis Palerno, 
Dick Rogers. Mac Sams. John Snead. David Trussel. Bill Wilkinson. 





HOMEGOMI.NG REPRESE!\TATIVE 
Mis.s Vickie Coxe 

Sweet Briar College 




143 



Phi Epsilon Pi 



OFFICERS 

HOWARD SLATER President 

RICHARD HERMAN Vice-President 

EDWARD BROWN Treasurer 

JOHN SAMET Secretary 

ALVIN HUTZLER House Manager 

MRS. WILLIAM FLOl RNOY House Mother 



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KiK.-T K(i\v. LtlT Til KluHT: A|iplfliaiiiii, Cliernay, Mrs. P'louriKiy, 
Slater, Brown. Second R<ivv: Elias. Kalin, Lapes, Marx, Hutzler, 
Weissman, Samet, Masinter. 




Delta Chapter 



E»labli^^he(l 1920 • Foun.Ud at City Collogo of N. Y., 1902 

Delta chapter of Phi Epsilon Pi Fraternity made its entrance 
onto the W&L campus in 1920. Since then, it has contributed 
much to the varied activities and aspiration that make up the 
W&L way of life. This is in accordance with the ideals of Phi 
Ep: friendship and excellence of action. 

Delta's pride this year, as in tho.se preceding, hears upon 
the achievements of the big and of the little. Capturing the 
interfraternity scholastic trophy two semesters in a row and 
earning, collectively, a house grade point ratio previously un- 
matched was a paramount accomplishment. Deltas small ranks 
made thmeselves felt in almost every area of extra-curricular 
activity; we also fielded a pesky football squad, a bowling 
team, a midget-sized basketball crew, and have hopes for an- 
other good-field, no-hit baseball team. 

.\ friend commented recently that, for it> size. Phi Ep cer- 
tainly packs a wallop. We contrilnited two iiusiness managers 
to two different publications and peopled, to a great extenl. 
I he staffs of these publications. .Several brothers acted witli 
the Troubadours and participated in Home Edition; PEP mem- 
bers are found in academic societies such as: Psi Chi. Phi Eta 
.Sigma, Pi Sigma Alpha. AED. Englisli Seminar Committee. 
PEP gave a president to the Glee Club and a rliairman to the 
Independent Party. 

.\lthough the fraternity assumes new roles each year, there 
is one constancy which illustrates our success as a group, and 
that permeates life at Delta — this being embodied in the person 
of its housemother, Mrs. William C. Flournoy. "Mom" has 
served in this capacity admirably, loyally, and lovingly for 
twenty-three years. It is indeed a source of strength and a 
matter of pride that such a relation-hip lia- been perpetuated 
for so long. 



MEMBERS 

(.LASS OF I9trj 
Janie- Appleliauni. Edward Brown. Stephen Clierna). Kaliili Ella.'. 
Arnold Masinter. Howard Slater. 

CLASS OF 19()3 
Richard Herman 

CLASS OF 1964 
Alvin Hutzler, John Samrt. 

CLASS OF 1965 
.|.-n.nii- Kahti. NK-lvyn Lapes. Alan Marx, Ruberl Wfissman. 





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HOMECOMIX, IJEI'KESEiXTATiVE 

Miss (;.\il Hitzler 
Kiohniond, Virginia 




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145 



Phi Gamma Delta 



OFnCERS 

STEVE RUTLEDGE President 

HARRY KURZ Treasurer 

MEADE CHRISTIAN Recording Secretary 

DENNIS BRACK Corresponding Secretary 

HUNTER MANSON Historian 

MRS. VIRGINIA SMITH House Mother 





First Row, Left to Right: Bonnet, Jennings, Archer, Sheehan, 
Simpson. Bennett, S. Rideout, Fisher, Hutchinson, Shinn, Figuers, 
Ledbetter. HoUoman. Second Row: C. Day. C. Day, Wahon, 
Littell, Causey, Brock, Kurz, Rutledge, Mrs. Smith, Manson, 
McWilliams, Krook, Bradford. Corbett, Ballence. Third Row: 



Trout, Tucker, Fenn, T. Rideout, Barton, Martin. Hopkins, Clark, 
Tinley, Clarke, Eure, McCarthey, McCeney. Brandt. Hague, Mun- 
roe, Mennen. Fourth Row: Nea, Campbell, Essex, Tompkins, 
.McDowell. Schubert. Gardner, Kirkley. Balser. Noreiga. Duncan. 
Rose, Gonzales. Elliot. Smith. 




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Zeta Deuteron Chapter 

Establishctl 1869 • FouiiHo.l at Vi a>liinglon & J.-ff.rson, 1848 



The fraternity uf Plii (;amnia Delta was loiinded in 1848 
at Washington & Jefferson University in Canonshurg. Pennsyl- 
vania, and since that time, it has expanded throughout the 
United States and Canada with its present membership standing 
at over 60,000 living Fijis from 87 chapters. Zeta Deuteron of 
Phi Gamma Delta VNas established at Washington and Lee in 
1869 and continues to advance and strengthen the ideals for 
which Phi Gamma Delta stands at the leading colleges and 
universitiesi. 

In its 92 years on the Washington & Lee campus, Zeta Deu- 
teron has maintained a distinguished record of particpation 
in campus social, athletic, academic, and extracurricular ac- 
tivities. Meade Christian is serving as junior representative to 
the Executive Committee in addition to being named for the 
Phi Beta Kapjia Sophomore Award. Ray Robrecht is vice- 
president of the student body and a member of ODK as is 
Don Partington. Both are writing for the Law Review. Steve 
Rutledge was the only junior chosen for Beta Gamma Sigma, 
and he is chairman of the .Assimilation Committee, a member 
of Liberty Hall Society, the Commerce Fraternity, and Student 
Ser\ice. Hugh Trout serves on Student Service and the Cold 
Check Committee. Andy Xea is managing editor of the Rinfc- 
lum Phi and Roger Paine is editor of the Southern Collegian. 
Ray Robrecht and Steve Rutledge were nameil to Who's Who 
in American Colleges iinil Inirersilies. 

This year saw fifteen Fijis returning as letternien in their 
respective varsity sports while the chapter intramural program 
progresses eventfully with exceptional performances in golf 
and volleyball. 

Socially the Phi Gam calendar is packed with excellent house 
parties and combos including football weekends. Champagne 
Formal, Fancy Dress, and the widely-recognized Fiji Island 
party of the spring. 

Zeta Deuteron is especially appreciative of the assistance of 
its house mother. Mrs. Virginia Stover Smith, and of the help- 
ful guidance of faculty advisors Dr. .1. Ollinger Crenshaw and 
Dr. \^ illiam G. Bean. 



MEMBERS 

CLASS OF I'm2 
Clinton Bothwell, Dennis Brack, John Bradford. James (_:(jrl>elt. 
Chip Day. Thomas Krook, Harry Kurz, William Litlell. Rirhehuuri: 
\IcWilliam-. Steve Rutledge. .Montgomery Tucker. Stanley \\ ahon. 

CLASS OF 1963 
Kufus Barton. Richard Brandt. Vance Campbell. Meade Christian, 
Richard Elliott. Sandv Fenn. Eddie Gonzalez. Lee Jeter, James 
Hague, Daniel McCarthy. Peter MacMurtrie. Hunter Manson, Jeff 
Mennen, David Munroe, .Andrew .Nea, William Noriega. Roger Paine. 
Warren Pi>sey, Thomas Rideout. Meade Rose, 'ttilliain S|«>ncTr- 
Stroni;. Herliert Tinley. Hugh Trout. 

CLASS OF 1964 
Richard Bel-i-r. J..lin Clark. Clement Clarke, Skip Essex. John Eure. 
Trevor Gardner. Warren Hopkin-. John Kirkiey. Jam,- McCeney. 
Douglas -McDowell, Howard Marl in. John NdudK-rt. Jolm Smith. 
Tain Tompkins. Joseph Volpe. 

CLASS OF I<>h5 
Gordon .\rcher, Joel Bennet. Chris Bonnctt, Thomas Piguer-. Alcii 
Hollomon, Jeff Sheehan. Jim Jennings. Jim Ledhetter. Sleplii-ii Rid.-- 
out. Sam Simpson. George Fisher. Bill Hutchinson. 





II(>MEt;OMI.\G HErKE,SENT.4TIVE 

Mis.s Am>e !\im() 
IMiuy Italdwin GoMege 




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Phi Kappa Psi 



OFFICERS 

JIM CARTY President 

PAL L MLNYON Vice-President 

CHARLES HART Recording Secretary 

MIKE HARRIS Corresponding Secretary 

MRS. CARROLL EVANS House Mother 







First Row. Left to Right: Kreitler, Baker. Killebrew, Brown. 
Jennings, Bradbur>-, Hankey, Jamison. Preston, De.Monts. Second 
Row: Miller, Bradshaw, Poynor, Bredell. Mitchell, Carty. Mrs. 
Kvans, Munvon. Hovt. .^gelasto. Smith, Miller, Russ. Third Row: 



-\iford, Stauffer, Powers, McManus, Owens, Wern, Weinbrenner, 
Owen, Staniar, Levering, Smith, Britt. Fourth Row: Lane, 
Clements, McBride, Johnson, Eliot Harris, Hardwick, Denton, 
Hart, Monaeau. 




Virginia Beta Chapter 

Eslabli*li<<l 1855 • F.uiiulifl al \\ a>liinsl..ii X J.fferM.n. 1852 



The Virginia Beta Chapter of I 'In Kaiqia Pm is tiie uhlest 
fraternity at Washington and Lee. being founded in 1855. and 
it is the third oldest of 64 national chapters of Phi P^i. This 
fall the fraternity pledged 12 men to its ranks. 

The chapter is well represented in all phases of campus life. 
In sports Phi Psi had two outstanding players who donate<l 
their efforts in lielping Washington and Lee's football team 
complete its .second undefeated season. Jim Russ. a senior, 
played halfback, aiul Chuck Lane played quarterback and has 
been elected alternate captain for next year's team. Bart 
Mitciiell was elected captain of the Lacrosse team with Ray 
Miller also playing on the team. Phi Psi's were particularly 
prominent on the swimming team, having Charles Hart. Mike 
Harris. Jim Wearn. and Walt McManus working hard for a 
successful season. Jim Russ and Chuck Lane were also out for 
baseball. 

With the many extracurric ular activities offered at W&L the 
chapter finds many of its members diversified through this seg- 
ment of campus life: Peter .Vgelasto was business manager of 
the Ring-Turn Phi. Charles Hart and Paul McBride were ad- 
vertising managers of the Soiilhrrn Collegian: in the Student 
Service Society the chapter had Peter .Vgelasto. George Van 
Sciver. Barrv Staniar. IVter \lfnnl. Jim Russ. and Charles 
Hart. 

.\s always. Phi Psi enjoyed a gala social season uith Jim 
\^ earn doing a fine job as social chairman. This year Mis~ 
Harriet Day was crowned Sweetheart which set off the winter 
season with a touch of beauty. The .Spring Hawaiian Party 
and other informal housf |iartie^ has gi\en the chapter a 
sparkling social season. 

Although no definite improvements have been added to the 
house, a beautiful rug has been laid in the living room and 
card room to add tn the comfort of the (Jiapter. 

It would not III- ht lu (lose witliout acknowledging our 
charming housemother. Mrs. Carroll D. Evans, who has con- 
tributed in her twelve \ears with the chapter more than her 
share in unselfish services for the brothers. 



MEIWBERS 

CLASS OF 1962 
Peter .\gelastii. \\ avne Bradshaw. Harold Bredcll. Jamc. Cartv. 
Justus Hoyt. Ravniniid Miller. Bryan Miller. Barton .Mitchell. Paul 
Munynii. J(r|in I'nvnoi . James Russ. Reese Smith. Genrfie Van Sciver. 

(.LASS OF 1963 
Thomas Clements, Nicholas Denton. Robert Kllintt, Clieever Hard- 
wick. Wilmot Harris. Charles Hart, John Hinc-, (^liarl.-- lane Paul 
McBride. I.nuis Mnniieau. George Reed. 

CLASS OF 1964 
Peter AUord. Uavid Britt. Ernest Levering. Waller McManu>. .Mljert 
Owen. Charles Owens, Judson Reis. James Smith. Hany Staniar. 
Spen-er Slouffer. James Wearn. John Winehrenner. 

CLASS OF 1965 
Hull Baker. Ed Bradhurv. Dick Brown. Dennis DeM..I>. Bob Haiikev, 
Hill Jamison. Jack Jcnnin^is Dave Killebnw. 1)1. k Krietlcr, VrU- 

l'l-r<Um. 





HOMECOMING REPRESENTATIVE 
Miss Rit.\ Cooper 
Mary Baldwin College 




149 



Phi Kappa Sigma 



OFFICERS 

RALPH WIEGANDT President 

BILL HAMNER First Vice-President 

LLNDSAY HICKAM Second Vice-President 

MAC McKAY Recording Secretary 

JIM MELL Corresponding Secretary 

DAVE SPENCER House Manager 

MRS. JOHN COGBILL House Mother 




First Row, Left to Right: Smith, Hibbard, Ford, Caden, Cadot, 
Raisen, Vance, Dickinson. Beagle. Bussart. Clirissman. Phillips. 
Hartgrove. Second Row: Emor>', Lasher. McCleod, Haniner, Mrs. 
Cogbill, Wiegandt. Hickam, Keech. Sykes. Haney. Campbell. 
Glenn. Third Row: Larsen. Surface. Bovles. MacDonald. McKav. 



Johnson, Mell, Spaulding, Francese, McWeace, Paterson, Robert- 
son. Channell, Chapman. Spencer. Fourth Row: Tedards, Andre, 
Kiely. Marmion. Rucker. \^ escoat. Matthews. Tankard. Holloman. 
Bolen, Edwards. 




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Alpha Alpha Chapter 

Established 1894 • FoundrtI at I ni%. of IVnn»ylvania, 1850 

I'hi Kajipa Sigma Ha> tnuiiili-d at tin- I iii\i-r^ilv of IViiii- 
~\lvania in 1830. The Alpha Alpha Cliapter of I'lii Kap|ia Sig- 
ma was established on the V^ ashinglon and I.ee Campus in 
1894. Since its beginning this chapter has had a constant record 
of ontstanding leadership in the many phases of cani|)ns ac- 
livity. 

Alpha Alpha is ably rejiresented in the L'niversity admini>- 
Iration and faculty by such outstanding educators as Dr. L. J. 
Desha. Professor Emeritus of Chemistry, and Dr. Lewis W. 
.\dams. Dean of the Commerce School. 

This year Phi Kappa Sigma, under the guidance of its fac- 
ulty advisor. Dr. Desha: House Mother. Alice Cogbill; and Pres- 
ident. Ralph Wiegandt. is taking an active part in campus ac- 
livitie-. Bob Sykes is secretary of the Assimilation Committee, 
and is on the Board of Directors of the Conservative Society. 
Ralph \^ iegandt is Company Commander of Headquarter'^ 
Company in the ROTC unit. Mac .McKay is vice-president of 
the U.C..\., while two brothers hold offices in the Glee Club: 
Dave -Spencer is treasurer and Sam Channell. secretary. 

In sports the Phi Kaps were well represented. Besides show- 
ing up in all intramural competition, many brothers won their 
Varsity letters. Jim Mell lettered in tenni> and soccer. Alex 
Alexander in wrestling. Tom Edwards in track. George Chap- 
man. Cris Larsen. and Sam Channell in soccer, and Bruce Mc- 
Donald in cross-country. Jeff Lasher lettered on the rifle team 
for the third straight year. Freshmen ])articipating in sports 
were Frank Glenn, freshman football: Steve Hibbard and Alex 
Raisin in soccer; and Charley Dicken.son in wrestling. 

Phi Kaps particpated in many other campus activities. Clar- 
ence Renshaw is senior editor of the Radio Program Home Edi- 
tion and also helps direct Kaleidoscope. Alan .McLeod was di- 
rector of Boy's Club. L'CA and George Chapman took part in 
the SWMSFC musical. Tom Edwards was a Freshman Camp 
Counsellor and is a Dorm Counsellor. Jim Surface and Bill 
Tedards particpated in debating. Many Brothers sing in the 
(ilee Club, many are active in other organizations, some of 
which are Graham Lee Society. Washington Literary Society, 
the Conservative Society, the Cotillion Club, Rinfi-Tum Phi. 
International Relations Club. Calyx, and the social clubs: 13 
Club. White Friars, and PAN. In addition Bill Hamner is in 
Scabbard and Blade and Dave Spencer is treasurer of the 
House Managers" Association. 

Socially. Phi Kaps have enjoyed a successful year of ac- 
tivities. A South Seas Party held in the Spring climaxed a yeai 
including a hay ride to Goshen and a Christmas Hou.se Party. 

MEMBERS 

CLASS OF 191)2 
Bill Hamner, Ralph Harvey. Lindsay Hickain. Larry Keecli, Jeif 
Lasher, ."Man McLeod. Ralph Wiegandt. 

CL.4SS OF I9b?, 
Alex .Alexander. Dan Boyle?. Doug Caniphell. Sam Channell. George 
(Jhajiman. Lowell Converse, Tom Edwards, Ham Emory, Pete Fran- 
cese. Chris Larsen, Tom Ligon. .Mac .McKay, Bill .Matthews, Clarence 
Renshaw. Ned Robertson, Dave Spencer, Jim Surface, Sam Tankard. 

CL.4SS OF 1964 
Dhm- Andre. Bob Bolen. Austin Brav, Dan Crumlish. Bud Hollman, 
I'ele Johnson, Jack Kiely. Mac .McNeace, Bruce .McDonald, Bill 
Marmion. Jim .Mell, Pat iPeterson. Scott Peace, Les Rucker, Chuck 
Shumate. George Spaulding. Bill Tedards. Jack Wescoat. 

CL.4SS OF 796.5 
John Beagle. John Bussart, Jerry (laden. Henr\ Cadot. Hcjhn Criss- 
man, Charles Dickinson, Thornton Ford, Frank Glenn. Richard Hart- 
grove, Steve Hibhard, Rnhert Phillips. Parks Rasin. William Smith, 
Lewis Vance. 





HOMECOMING REPRESENTATIVE 

Miss Srz.4N>E Savedoe 
Randolph-Macon Women's (lolh'se 




Pi Kappa Alpha 



OFFICERS 

BILL OUTMAN President 

CY PAINTER / ice-President 

FOX URQUHART Secretary 

JOHN GRAHAM Treasurer 

BO DUBOSE Rush Chairman 

BARRY GROVE. KEN KOWALSKI House Managers 

MRS. RUTH BROWNE House Mother 




First Row, Left to Right: Kilpatrick, .\nderson, Gorman, Kiat- 
zig, Verner, McCoy, Kennedy. A. Paynter, Staples, Scott, Stover. 
Second Row: Keating. A. Painter. Stevenson. Smith. Grove. Out- 
man, Mrs. Browne, C. Painter, Graham, DuBose. Pritchard. Cooke. 
Thiro Row: Lee, Dickson, Maffit. Sislrr. White. Gillnt, Xalley. 



Crews. Bevans. Doremus, Sparks. .Michaels. Fourth Row: Lehe- 
dev. McKinney. Woodward, Atwell, Shields, Goode, Houghton. 
I rquhart. Spencer. James, Tribble. Fifth Row: Stauffer. Har- 
rington. Kinvalski. MacLaurin, Frampton, \^'ehb. Crenshaw. 




E^tal>lisll.■(l 1892 



Pi Chapter 

• Kounilcil ill I iiivii>il> of \ iifiinia. 186K 



During the early spring of 1868. I'i Kappa Alpha vva^ founded 
at the University of Virginia. .Since that time the fraternity 
has expanded into a national organization of over 1.30 chapters. 
The Pi Chapter was started on Washington and I.ee ("ampu^ 
in 1892. 

Maintaining a proniineni po>ilion ut the Lni\er>it>. the 
Brothers of Pi have continued their long-standing position of 
leadership on the campus. Special recognition was awarded to 
Bill Outman. president of the House, when he was elected io 
inernhership to ODK. Bill is also chairman of the Student 
Control Committee and is a member of Who's Who in American 
(Utllfges ami I'niiersities. Vice-president Cy Painter is treas- 
urer of the I.F.C. and president of the honorary medical fra- 
ternity AED. While Cy continued on the Honor Roll for his 
third straight year. Tim Ireland earned the highest average 
in his freshman Law Class. Al Painter was appointed captain 
of the R.O.T.C. unit's Gaines Guard, and diet White received 
the Mahan .\ward for verse for the second year in a row. Dave 
Bevans lived in the Freshman Dorm this year as a counsellor 
and also ser\ed on the Cold Check Committee. 

Out of the 18 fraternities on campus PIKA \va> se\enth aca- 
demically and first intramuralK . winning the football, hand- 
ball, tennis and Softball championships. 

In varsity sports Dan Blaiu finished his third year as offensive 
end and punter on the undefeated W&L football team. Elliott 
Maynard wound up his outstanding career in collegiate swim- 
ming as captain of Washington and Lee"s team, while Bruce 
Houghton held down a position as the varsity squad's numlier 
one diver. Ken Kowalski excelled on the ba.sketball team. 

The traditional Christmas House Party was again a wonder- 
ful success, as was the theme party this year, patterned on a 
Roman feast. The Painter twin's "country retreat" was the 
scene of several rather "idyllic" week-ends, and the social sea- 
son in general will always l)e a memorable one. 

The brothers of Pi Kappa Alpha wi-h Io cM.-ihI llu-ir iliank- 
to House Mother Mrs. Ruth Browne, who has proxided un- 
Mintinglv of her effort and under^tamling. 



MEMBERS 

CLASS OF 19ir2 
>le|iheii Cook, Beverly Duhi 



Michael Keating 



I )anifl lilain. .^, 

Holirri I.i-wis. Elliot .Vlavnard. Alan Painter, SioK.n Painter, Wi 
Oiiliiian. Russ Pritchard. Phil Roulette, Boh Sykt-s. John Trihie. 

CLASS OF 1963 
Uavid Bevans. Warren Crews. Ted Doremus, Jonatlion tiillette, John 
Graham, Jesse Grove. Donald Lathron. Paul Scoville. Walter Sel- 
nian. Nicholas Smith. Thoma^ Spark-. Charles Stevenson, Robert 
Stone. Ghi-tcr \^hite. 

CLASS OF I'ii,4 
Edward Dickson. Richard Goode. Bruce Houghton. Robert Lee 
James Maffit, Jim Nalley. Conway Shield. George Siller. Richard 
Spencer. Charles I'rquhart. 

(.LASS OF 1965 
Loy Anderson, Billy Atwell. Lee Crenshaw, Dan Gorman Tracy 
Harrington, Buck James, Wally Kennedy, Andy Kilpalrick, Jerry 
Kowalski, Garret Kratzig, Greg Levedev. Duncan .MacLauren, Paul 
McCoy. John McKinnev. Mike Michaels. Reed Paynter, Boh Scott. 
.\llen Staples, Bob Stauflcr. T.m Stover. Svi,U \ crner. 1- red Webb. 
Tom Woodward. 





IIOMKCO.MLNG KEriJK.^EMATn E 

Mis.s Sam)Y P.wton 
Hcthesda. Marvlan<l 




153 



Pi Kappa Phi 



OFFICERS 

CHARLES NIEMEYER irchon 

BERKELEY MacKENNEY Treasurer 

EDWIN GARRETSON Secretary 

JAMES HORTO.N Warden 

FREDERICK ROYE Historian 

IRVING LYNN Chaplain 

MRS. DOROTHY CAMP House Mother 



f(«(l: 




FiK>T Kiiw. Left th Right: Hagestad, Seay. Byers. Hanssen, 
Adams.. Sweet. Hayes. Doly. \^allace. Garrett. Sfxiixd Row: 
Campbell, lacone. Jordan. Herndon. Niemeyer. Mrs. Camj). Lynn. 
Kelly, Garretsun. O'Day. Third Row; .Stewart. Currie. Briede. 



Karrar. Hiemenz. Smith. Uuls, Kimbell, Ivey, Horton. Wood. 
Foi HTH Rf)W: MacKenney, Johnson. Van Brunt, Boye, Cooper, 
I naniist. Broaddus. McKinnon, Couch. Van Avery, Douglass. 




is 



:* 




:gW' 



Rho Chapter 



Established 1920 



Foun.l.-.l al Cc.ll.g,- of (.liarltston. 1904 




Rliii Cliapter of Pi Kappa Phi was founded at \\ ashinj;tiiii 
and I.ee in 1920. sixteen years after tiie founding of the na- 
tional fraternity at the I'niversity of Ciiarleston. Since its be- 
ginning. Rho has had as its goal to be well represented on 
campus in fields of academic, social, athletic, and other extra- 
curricular activities. 

Pi Kappa Phi has establisiied a worthy record in athletics 
I his year. Brothers Farrar and (iarretson ran on the cros.s- 
country team: .lim Horton played varsity football and Terry 
Van Brunt was first string on the freshman team; and Ted 
Johnson and Kim Kimball swam with the varsity, .lim Wood 
and Terry Van Brunt wrestled: Charley Sweet and Howard 
Busse played varsity soccer: and Sandy .Smith and .Jim Hor- 
ton played varsity baseball. Ron Steward, a consistent seventy- 
shooter, was one of the golf team's strongest members. 

Scholastically. the hou.se. which stood third in the school 
at the end of last year, expects to repeat its high standing 
again this year. Brother Charles Niemeyer is a member of Phi 
Eta Sigma and the pre-med honor fraternity. Over a third ol 
the chapter membership has Dean's List standing. 

In other extra-curricular activities the Pi Kai)s were also 
well represented in many fields. In the Glee Club are Brothers 
lacone, Jordan. Boother. McKinnon. Ivey. Hagestad. and Bright. 
Dick Kelly was elected to the honorary debating society and 
serves as treasurer of Sigma Delta Ciii. and working with Radio 
Washington and Lee are Brothers Briede. Couch. Lynn. Kelle\. 
.Seay. and Broaddus. 

The social season for Pi Kappa Phi lias been full and di- 
versified with a barn party and a pajania party in the fall. 
and the annual Rose Ball in the spring. Added to these were 
the combo parties on football and dance weekends and several 
other house parties — and. of course, grain. 

Mrs. Dorothy H. Camp has contributed a great deal to the 
House during the first year of the many we iiope she will serve 
as our Housemother. Mrs. Camp and our faculty advisor. Dr. 
Cecil Eby. and liis wife have ailded immeasurably to our suc- 
cessful year. 

Tiie past year has been a highly enjoyalde and successful 
ime for tiie House. Pi Kaps have many diversified personalities 
and interests, all united in the lirotheriioud of Pi Kappa Phi. 

MEIVIBERS 

CLASS OF l'ih2 
Micliael Herndon. Scott lacone. Viilliani Jordan. Richard Kelly. 
Irving Lynn. Charles .\ienieyer. 

(.LASS OF 19f>3 
Roliert Briede. Robert Camphell. .Matthew Douglass, Edwin Garret- 
son, Cope Hiemenz. Sidney Johnson. Winston Ivey. Berkeley Mac- 
Kenney. Andrew Smith. Ronald Stewart. 

CLASS OF h)t,l 
Pliilip Rooth. Frederick Boye, Rutledge Currie, Joseph Couch, Tim- 
othy Dols. Robert Farrar, James Horton. Cliarles Kindjell, Floyd 
McKinnon. John Peoples, Walter Steves. 

CLASS OF 19h5 
Thomas Adams. Tilghman Adams. John Byers, George Uickman. 
Newell Doty. Morris Flatter. Bruce Garrett. Douglas Hagested, Edgar 
Hayes, Thomas Seay, Charles Sweet, Guy llnangst, John Van Brunt. 
John \^'allace. James Wood. 




H<)IVIECO.\II.NG REPRESENT.4TIVE 

Mi.s.s Margaret Bright 
Ilollins College 




^55 



Sigma Alpha Epsilon 



OFFICERS 

JIM GWINN President 

JOHN HEINZERLLNG Vice-President 

ED HOLMES Secretary 

JL D BABCOCK Treasurer 

BRENT ARTHUR Correspondent 

LANNY Bl TLER HeraU 

MRS. FELDE WAGNER House Mother 




First Row. Left to Right: Griggs, Price, Pettyjohn. B. Gwinn 
Wheeler. Carrell. Byrne. Vost. Abbott. Pearce. Brown. Carother^, 
-Munford. .Second Row: Henderson. Page, Clemenceau. Mosb\. 
Arthur. J. Gwinn. Mrs. \^'agner, Heinzerling. Brown. Council, 
Moseley. Sharp. Third Row: Bain i.rk. .Smith. Cani|p|iill. \u-tin. 



Jackson. Jones. Sackett, Keesee. .\ll)ert. Butler, Hart. Fourth 

Row: Reid, Tartt. Sheffey, Tyler, Turner, Barranco, Jenkins, 

Baker. .Savage. Roberts. Johnston, McFall, Ridolphi, Hickeu- 

loopi r. Maurra-. H"Ime~. T\'illiams. 




Virginia Sigma Chapter 



Eslal>li>h<-<l l»67 



Foiiiiilerl at Alaliiinia I iii 



The Virginia Sigma Chapter of Sigma Alpha Ejisilon was 
founded in 1867, just two years after the national fraternity 
was founded at the University of Alabama. In the years since. 
the men of Virginia Sigma have strived to achieve excellence 
in the fields of academic, athletic, social, and extracurricular 
activities. 

During the 1961-62 school year SAE"'; lu-ld nuuiy important 
posts on campus. Rosie Page was elected senior representative 
to the Executive Committee, while Bill Roberts was repre- 
sentative for the Publications Board, Lanny Butler was presi- 
dent of the junior class, and his younger brother. Syd. served 
as secretary of the sophomore class. Page also was elected 
president of ODK and chairman of SWMSFC. 

SAE's continued to dominate the field of pulilical ioii^. Hill 
Roberts became the fourth SAE in the last fcjur >car> to be 
editor of the new-paper. Koliiii ^ nod heaih-d the liusines- 
staff of the Cvi.tx. 

Many men of Virginia ."sigma hgure(f prominently in the 
schooFs athletic program. \ine members saw a great deal of 
action on the undefeated football team, and Tommy Keesee 
was elected one of the tri-captains for next years team. Bip 
Fauber has been captain of the basketball team since hi- 
-ophomore year, while .lud Babcock and Dick Albert weic 
members of the wrestling team. .John Baker played number 
one on the tennis team, and Phil Sharp headed a (lelegalinn ol 
four on the baseball team. 

.SAE was recognized for its leader-hip on campu- by liaviiig 
four men elected to Who's Who, including Rosie Page, Bill 
Roberts, Phil Sharp, and Robin Wood. Roberts. Page, and 
Wood also were honored by being tapped for ODK. 

The Chai)ter had a fine year socially. Every football week- 
end found a party at the house, while the Christmas House 
Party was better than ever. In the spring. Pajama Party and 
Spring House Party coupled with trips to Goshen Pass, added 
enjoyment and variety to the school year. 

SAE's housemother. Mrs. Felde Wagnei. n-lired this year, 
and men of .SAE will forever be indebted to her for all that 
she has done for the Chapter over the past eleven years. The 
interest and help of faculty advisors. Dr. .lay Cook and Dr. 
.lame- Slailing. anil of William W a-hbuni anil Dean Frank 
.1. (;illiarn lunr iirlpi^d llir iiou-e- irrnu-ndnu-l\. 



Iheiil AliIuii. Wuiihi 



CLASS OF 1962 
iilim Dniwn. Paul Clein 



Jim (,»inn. Ki.iiar.i \I..-I.n. liill Moseley. Rosewell I'a;;.-, Mirk Kri,|, 



I'.ill K..l„-,t-. I'Inl SIkii|i 



Kill Taylor. Robin Wood, 

(LASS OF 196:; 
Kick Allirii. (.,■,. i^f \u-ieii. ,lud Bahuock, IJill i;..«,-n. I.ainis lUillfi-, 
Dnn Canii.l.rll. K.>;;,t Faiilier. Bol) Harl. .|nl,n IhinzcrliMfi. Fox 

Hen,ler-un. K,l Holme-. Edgr .la.k-un. Wall l.iini- Tnminy Kee- 

-.-.-. Kol, I.au-nn. Ham N™-om, i;ill Sniilh. Ilraiillrv Sviinnr, 

(LASS OF 161,-1 
liu.l Ml. 11. .jnlm r.ak.i. \. J. Barranc-(., S> d Hull 
Sinilli Hickfiilo.ppcr. Mike Jenkins, Harvey June 
Dun McFalL Ed Norlon. Charles Nowlin, Fred Hidnlplii. Henry 
Sackett. Charlie Savage, .Mike Sheffey. Jo Tarll. Jerry liirner, 
Cwalhmiv Tyler. Will William?, Jack YarhroiiLdi. 

CLASS OF 196S 
Bill Ahlii.ll. J.ifl Biciwn. Alfred Byrne. Andy Carotlier-, Richard 
Carrell, John Griggs. IJavid Gwinn. I)illard Munford. Eugene Pearce, 
Clu Pettyjohn, William Price. Joe Wheeler. Jnlm Yost. 



Han) Hen-haw. 
Walliin Mainra-. 





HOMECOMIX; REPKESE^TATIVE 

Ml.S.S >OK\ KlZER 
Randolph-Macon Vi'onien'- College 




^57 



Sigma Chi 



OFFICERS 

JON MONTAGUE President. 

BOB UOENGES Vice-President 

GENE MELTON Secretary 

JOHN REFO Treasurer 

DICK HOLLADAY House Manager 

MRS. ESTELLE RICE House Mother 




First R(iW, Left to Rir.Hi: Wolfe. Vanderver. Williams. Holla- 
ilav, Broaddus. Wood. Reading, Hartley. Second Row: MacKen- 
zie. Melton. Doenne^. Mr<. Hire. Montaeiie. Refo. Pinsoff. Kroos. 



r. 



ty 



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'4 







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Third Row: Kurten. Stelling. Gee. Paul, Devan, Ross. French, 
Buxton. Fourth Row: Edwards. Woolridge, Move, Baker. Aylin, 
Holladav. Blackstock. 



P 




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4i\^ 



Zeta Chapter 



Established 1866 



Founili'il al Miami L nivt-rsily, 1855 



Sigma Chi was fouinieil in 18.S5. Zeta Chapter was eslaii- 
lished at Washington ami Lee jiisl eleven years later, and since 
that time has strived In attain excelienre in e\er\ phase of 
college lite: academically, eNtracnrricNlarK . -ociallv. and ath- 
letically. 

Sigma Chi's rush week was in tile capalile hands of John 
Refo, who was assisted by Mark Gee. The results of rush week 
are noteworthy of the co-operation shown by the brothers. Hal 
Holladay presided over the Pledge Class, with Les Pinsof and 
Tim Kurten as pledge trainers. 

In athletics. Sigma Chi carried out its irailition of givin;: 
its all to the athletic department as evidenced hy the new pool 
record set in the 440 freestyle by .John Wolfe. Also on the 
swimming team were Nelson Williams and Bill Broaddus. Rep- 
resenting the house on the soccer t<-ani wa^ I.es Pinsof. The 
very capable cross-country and track teams liad the services 
of Chi-Lodger Mark Gee, while George Paid and .Sandy Ros^ 
gave their best to the varsity rifle team. 

Extracurricular activities were also tilled with .Sigma Clii-. 
Mark Gee used some of the wind lie got mi the track team to 
sing some mellow notes with the .Sa/,eiacs. Hiilch Kro^s re- 
ceived an award as an outstanding academic KUTC cadet. 
Bob Doenges had the highly respected job of president of the 
Interfraternity Council. Fred Baker was the vice-president of 
the Young Republican Club. Ruge DeVan and Bob Doenges 
represented the house in the "13 Clui)."" 

Socially the house saw no dull moments. Every football week- 
end brought a combo, and the Sweetheart Ball. Spring House 
Party, and the Monte Carlo Party proved to be the highlight- 
of a fine .social season. 

High points of the year off campus were the Thanksgiving 
weekend in New York, the .Spring jiilgrimage to Florida, and 
the customary spring days at (ioslien Pass and Twin Falls. 

The successes of the year cannot be emiiiieraled without our 
sincere thanks to our housemother. Mrs. Estell 11. Rice, and 
Facnitv Advisors. Dr. Kenneth Stevens and io Mr. .bihn (iiinn. 



MEMBERS 

CLAS^ OF I9h2 



HmI, I),, 



(icnc Melton, Jon .Montafiiie. Lcs Pinsof. 



Fred 
Dick 



Boh 
(iee, 
ins;. 



CLASS OF 1963 
Baker, Dave Brewster. Robin Dawson, Huge UeVan. Al Hay. 
Holladay, Tim Kurten. John Refo, Dave Wilsey, John Leonard. 

CLASS OF I9(y4 
Aviin. Craig Blackstock, Johnny Edwards, Jim Frencli, Mark 
Butch Kross, Boh Move, George Paul. Sandy Ross, Pete Stell- 
Rex Wnoldridge. 

CLASS OF 1965 
iam Broaddus, James Hartley, Harold Holladay, Gay Reading. 
Vanderver, Nelson Williams. John Wolfe, James Wood. 





HOMECOMI.NG REPRESENTATIVE 

Mi.s.s Edith IIakri^ian 
floiistoii. Texas 




159 



Sigma Nu 



OFFICERS 

RUPERT JOHNSON Commander 

HENRY KNIGHT Ia. Commander 

FRANK WRIGHT Secretary 

HENRY HOLLAND Treasurer 

DAVID PETERS Rush Chairman 

MRS. CHARLES SPENCE House Mother 




First Row, Left to Right: Haeberle. Adamson, Euston, Rey- 
nolds, Rutter, Mosbaugh, McDaniel. Slingerland. Hurtt, Girard, 
Corning, Smith. Second Row: Thulin. Lee, Straub. Holland. 
Wright. Johnson. Mrs. Spence, Knight. Ostergren. Logan. Nelson. 
Stein, Ratcliff. Third Row: Bennett, Craven, Carlile. Streetman, 



Harcourt. Harvey, March, Zinn, Peters, Peters, Connell, Varda- 
man, Dejarnette. Fourth Row: Lathbury, Humphreys, Schildt, 
Scharnberg, D'Laura, Landsiedel, Bartlett, Simmons, Moore, 
Green. Dunnell. Fiedler. Fifth Row: Little. Duncan, \oung- 
blood, Fonte. W ay. Tharp. Thomas, Powell. Hally. 




Lambda Chapter 



Establisht'd 1882 



KouikI,.! :iI \;i. Ulililarv In-<litute, 1869 



Sigma Nu. fouiuletl at \ irgiiiia Military Institute iti 1869. 
is one of the largest national collegiate fraternities in the 
United States, having chapters in all hut three of the 50 states. 
The Lambda chapter has hern on the W&L campus since 1882. 

Sigma Nu is outstanding in all phases of campus activties. 
.lack Vardaman was elected president of Finals Dances while 
Frank Wright was vice-president of the sophomore class. Dave 
Peters was president of the Sazeracs, and Henry Holland was 
president of the House Manager's Association. John Dunnell 
and George Harvey held the offices of presidnt and business 
manager, respectively, in the Troubadours. 

In publications, Sigma Nu was represented in the Ring-turn 
Phi by copy editor Jack De Jarnette and reporters Steve Smith 
and Phil Oliver. De Jarnette also wrote for the Southern Col- 
legian as did Sam Thomas. Thorns Craven, who was president 
of the Mongolian Minks, was a producer for Radio W&I^. 

Academically, Lambda Chapter was fifth among fraternities. 
Besides being represented on the Honor Roll and Deans List, 
and having Frank Wright in Phi Eta Sigma, five of the broth- 
ers were granted fellowships: Wally Thulin and John Harcourt 
in psychology: Pete Straub in forensics: Henry Knight in 
|)hysics; and John Roper in chemistry. 

In athletics. Sigma Nu was well represented with Dave Tharp 
on the football team: Tom (Ireen. Cil Slingerland. and Ed 
Allen on the soccer team: jnlK (lir.nd, Dave Mosbaugh, and 
Mark Haberle on the baskelhail ham: and Ed Allen and Jay 
Fiedler on the swimming team, .lai-k Vardaman was captain 
of the golf team while Nick Simmons was on the wrestling 
team: Penn Way was on the baseball team; and Norm Young- 
blood and Dave Mosbaugh were on the cross country team. 
Intramurally. Sigma Nu did very well ending up the season 
ranked third among the fraternities. 

Socially Sigma Nu had a successful year. The fall house 
party. Spring Goshen party, and X^hite Rose Hall, not to men- 
tion the regular weekend |)arlies. kept the brothers socially 
active. 





HOMFXOMING REPRESENTATIVE 

Mrs. Susan Dunnell 
(lolbv Junior College 



CLASS OF 1902 
Daniel Chitwuiid, Carl Connell. Thorns Craven, Frank D'Lauro, David 
Fuller, Henry Holland, Rupert .lohnsun, Vincent Lathbury, George 
Logan, Frederick Nelson, Theodore Oldham, Welsley Ostergren, 
Bruse Ratcliff, Paul Rhoads. Ronal.l Stein. David Tharp, Walfred 
Thulin. jnhn Vardaman. 



CLASS OF I'll).' 
John Dunnell. John Harcourt, Gecir'ie Harvey. 
March, David Peters, James Peters. Jolni K.iper 
David Streetman, Thomas Zinn. 



Henrv Knight. John 
Kipnald .Seliarrdiurs:, 



CLASS OF I'Kil 
Fred liarllelt. Lester Fuole. Thnnia^ Gnen. William Hmiii.hreys, 
Harry Landsiedel, Hollis .M.M.re. Knheti l'..uell. reiininf:lon Wav, 
Niirman Vuuighlnod. Frank W rifilit. 



CLASS OF I'K). 
Gassell Adam-oM. Edmonds Allen. Walter 
Jai|uelin DeJarnette. Greg Fusion, Adai 



lie 



Kdlaiid Gornintc. 
Fiedler. J.ilyc.n Girard, 
Mark Haeberle. John Hally, Stewar Hurtt, .Mike Little, Joe McDaniel, 
David Mosbaugh, Phillip Oliver. Franklin Reynolds. Wood Rutter, 
Ed Slingerland. Stephen Smith, Robert Taylor, Robert Thomas, Sam 
Thomas. 




i6i 



Sigma Phi Epsilon 



OFFICERS 

GEORGE PETERS President 

JACK COVER Vice-President 

JERE CRAVENS Comptroller 

PIETER BENNETT Historian 

GENE BROWN Secretary 

DAN BALFOUR Rush Chairman 

MRS. JO BRETT House Mother 




First Ruw, Left to Right: Juiigman, Green, Chandler, j\Ic- 
Williams. Kurtz, Legg, Meeks. Hussey, Morris. Stallings, Yeary. 
Ryland. .Second Row: Mills. Wolthorn, Page. Parrish. Crown, 
Cover, Mrs. Brett. Peters. Bennett. Cravens. MrClure. Durrel. 



Hill, Avent. Thihi) Row: Brown. Klaas. Cummings, Wise. Shank, 
Smith, Culley. .Mc-Giffin. Tipton, Conyers. Balfour, Mitchell. Phil- 
lips. Foi RTH Row: Parletfe. Casev. Fowler. Marion. Cocke, Jones. 
Oaxi-, 




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Virginia Epsilon Chapter 

E»lablislu.l 1900 . Foiind.-.l at I niv.isity of Richmond. 1900 

Virginia Epsilon chapter .if Sigma Phi Ep>il(in was reacti- 
vated at Washington and I.ee ju>t five years ago. having left 
the campus during the lean years of World War II. Since her 
reactivation, the Chapter has maintained a steady record of 
achievement in all phases of campus life. Nationallv. Sigma 
Phi Epsilon, founded in 1900. is only half as old as most na- 
tional fraternities, yet has risen to the position of second largest 
fraternity in the country. The present membership of Virginia 
Epsilon chapter stands at 48 men. 22 of them being freshmen 
who were pledged during a very successful Rush Week. 

Sigma Phi Epsilon has made herself felt in most all of tlie 
activities, both academic and extra-curricular, on the Wash- 
ington and Lee scene. Junior Jack Cover, chapter vice-president, 
was nominated for the presidency of his junior class, while 
chapter president George Peters was nominated for the office 
of historian of the senior class. Dan Balfour served as a Fresh- 
man Dormitory Counselor, as well as being a mendier of the 
Assimilation Committee. 

In the field of athletics. Sigma Phi Epsilon has contributed 
her utmost. Doug Davis. Bruce Kurtz. Larkin Fowler, Jim 
Legg, and Koh.rt Lee jdayed freshman football, and junior 
John Culley lettered on the varsity basketball team. One can- 
not s|)eak of \^'&L athletics without mentioning Sig Ep junior 
-Mike "Iron Horse" Shank, the (ienerals" track and cross- 
country star. Mike began breaking . -nurse records hi- fn-shmaii 
year and has not stopped since. 

Moving from the realm of -pcii.. Sig Kp Warren Mills was 
elected vice-pre-i.jciil n| ilie Inicnialiunul Relations Club and 
junior Bob Hniwn served on the Kirif:-tiim Phi staff. Jere 
Cravens was a m'mber of Phi Eta Sigma, and Russ Parrish. 
Dave W(dthorn. Vioody Wise and ,lere Cravens have been 
awarded Lee Research Grants for WDrk in physi<-s. military 
history, geology and chemistry, resjieetivelv. 

Besides individual achievement, the Sig Eps boast a suc- 
cessful social season. A rousing Opening.s-Homeconiings week- 
end was climaxed by our winning first prize for Homecomings 
Decorations. The Christmas Party. Fancy Dress Ball and Sweet- 
heart Ball hold fond memories for the brothers, as well as many 
other combo and cocktail parties. 

We at Sig Ep wish to both welcome and exjiress <iur appre- 
ciation for the devoted work nf our housenmlher. Mrs. Jo D. 
Brett. We also wish to exlmd our lliaiiks io our faciill\ ad- 
visor, Mr. Robert Stewart. 



MEMBERS 

CLASS (JF /"oi' 
Pieter Bennett, Douglas Hill. William Mason. Donald MrClure. 
Warren .Mills, George Peters. 

CLASS or l'if>3 
RolitTt AmuI. Danii.-l Balfour. Eugene Firown. Kohi-rt Browne, .lolui 
Cover. John Cullev. Murphv Dotv. Vi illiani Duiretl. Walter Klass. 
John .McGiffin. Robert Page, Russell l'ani~h. Mi.ha.l Shank. John 
Tipton, Sherwood Wise. David Wolthorn. 

CLASS OF I'M 
Richard Cocke. Chris Convers, Jere Cravens, (.harlo- ('uininings. 
John .Mitchel. Michael Philipps, CuKi-r Smith. Rolicrl W iiliams. 

CLASS OF l'il,S 
Tim Casey, Ken Chandler, Craig (ioiton, Douglas Ua\is. Laikin 
Fowler. Gene Green. Steve Hussey, John Jones. Robert Jungman, 
Bruce Kurtz, Robert Lee. James Legg. Kenneth Marion, Neil Mc- 
Williams, Lawerence Meeks, Malcolm Morris. Theodore Parlette, 
Walter Ryland. Roy Stallings. Dan Stone. Chris Weiss, John Yeary. 





HOMECOMING REPRESENT.4TIVE 
Mis.s Pat Edgei.i. 

Ran.lolph-Maeon Wonieirs Coll,;..,' 








^^3 



Zeta Beta Tau 



OFFICERS 

SAM HELLMAN President 

STEVE GALEF 1 ice-President 

TONY SCHLESINGER Treasurer 

RANDY COLE Secretary 

HOWARD BING House Manager 

MRS. FOREST FLETCHER House Mother 




First Row, Left to Right: Magdovitz, Shapira, Friedberg, Cohn, 
Galef, Boirasky, Korman, Sher. Rubin. Friedman. Rosenberg. 
SECOr«D Row: Goldstein, Goozh, Green. Sagner. Galef. Mrs. 
Fletcher, Hellman. Alenstein. Legum, Salomon. Dattel. Third 
Row: Markstein. Garher. Wallenstein. Yoffe, Cole, Portnoy, Bing. 



Hyman, Sussman. Rosenstock, Osf.off, Pollack, Trager, Schwartz, 
Greene. Fourth Row: Cohen. Dorsk, J. Supak, Levin, Green, T. 
.Supak, Applefeld. Schlesinger. Raphael. Angel. Coplen, Solmson. 
Shapiro, Robins. 




Alpha Epsilon Chapter 



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\l|.lia K|,Hlnii Cliajph-r ol /ria 
a ii-icjj;iii/.f(l Train nil) al W a~hirijili>ii 
lliat liiiu- il lia- .■~la|j|i-lii-.l loi il^ 11 
all plia>f> of mii\fi>ils lilc. 

.Si.-liola.-.ticaily. Alplia K|.mI..i, I, a- a 
top tliree fraternilii-~ al \\ a~hiiif;liiii 
fraternity finished sec.iml with an (i\erall l.()67 average, with 
eighteen men out of forty-eight making the Dean's List or 
Honor Roll. For the last two years, a ZBT has heen Valedic- 
torian of the senior class: in 1961 it was Brian Vilsky. and 
this year il was Joe Goldstein. 

In campus activities the fraternity has been in a distinguished 
position. This year, Steve Galef served as senior Executive 
Committeeman and Ken Boiarsky as the freshman representa- 
tive to that group. Galef also was president of tiie Washington 
and Lee Dance Board, president of the Student Service So- 
ciety, and chairman of Liberty Hall Society. Tony Schlesinger 
was treasurer of the Interfraternity Council, while Joe Gold- 
stein was editor-in-chief of the Cai.yx. and chairman of the 
Student Library Committee. 

Steve Galef and Joe Goldstein w.-re Ixith >elected for l\ ho's 
If ho in American Colleges and I nirersilies and for Omicron 
Delta Kappa, national honorary fraternity. 

Tom Supak. Danny Markstein. and jerry Dattel were mem- 
bers of the SWMSFC: Tony Schlesinger. Markstein. Dattel. 
Galef. and Jim W'allenstein of the .Student Service Society; Joe 
Goldstein and Herb Salomon of the Student Library Committee 
and of AED. honorary medical fraternity. 

Mike Sussman. Tony Schlesinger. Nicky Cohen. Art Portnoy, 
Bill Solmson. Mike Levin, and Joel Goozh were members of 
the Mongolian Minks: and Herb Salomon and Randv Cole of 
the "13" Club. 

ZBT also [larticipateil I'Mlhu^ia^ticalK in intramural sport> 
a> well as in \ar>it\ athletic-. Stu ^ Dfle. Mike Levin, and Bill 
Angel played varsity football. Randy (]ole and Da\e Hymuii 
playeil varsity soccer. Jim Wailensteiri and Brian Dorsk were 
on the swimming team. Art I'ortnoy. Dick Co|)lan. and .|ohn 
Rosenberg were on the rifle team. Dave Hynian. Jon ."^upak. 
and Tom Supak were on the varsity ha-ketball team; and Barry 
(ireene was on the varsity baseball leam. 

Mike Su.ssman served as Aljiha F]p>ilon"s social chairman 
this year. Most memoralile was the Lancv Dress Weekend 
when the ZBT's had Huey "Piano"' Smith and Bu>ler Brown. 

.Mrs. Forrest Fletcher again served devoi.-dK and faithfully 
as ZBT's Jiousemother. 

MEMBERS 

(.LASS or I"<i2 
Konald Aleiisiein. Jerume Daltel. Sieve (^alef. 
Green. Sam Hellrnan. Allvn Kantor. .lav Le^uiii 
Salomon. 

CLASS Of I'lh] 
Howard Bing. Randv Cole. Ron Carber. Jiiel ( 
stein. Ed Ostroff. Douglas Pollack. Art I'ortiiov 
Pioh Schwartz, Tony Schlesinger. .Mike .Sus-man. 

(LASS OF 1964 
Bill Angel. Jav Caplan, Nickv Colien. Dick C^nplaii. Brian Dorsk. 
Barry Greene.' David Hyman. Mike Levin, joini Raphael. Bobby 
Shapiro. Bill Solmson. Jon Supak. Tom Supak. I'ete Traeger. Jim 
Wallenstein. Stuart Yoffe. 

CLASS OF 1965 
Mark Applefeld. Ken Boiarsky, Ross Conn, Jean Friedberg. Danny 
Friedman. Victor Galef, Howard Kornian. Earl .Magdovitz, Doug 
Rollins. John RosenberL'. Bill Rubin. Max Shajiira. Arthur Sher. 



Joe (.H.ldsiein. Jav 
Jim Sa!:ner, Herb 



i/.li. Danny Mark- 
Louis Kosenstock. 





1961 HOMECOMINC; 01 EEN 
Miss Jkan Inge 

Sw.et Kriiii- Coll,!;.- 




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RAH! RAH! RAW 





I'ETER A. AGELASTO. Ill 

Editor 



V— <a/i/x \\/i 



Mhs Ellen Denton 
Hpllins College 




MISS NORA KIZEK 

Haii(lol|tli-^la('on W oiiicii's (!»>lleji« 



MISS JEAN INGE 

Sweet Briar Colleiie 




The 

Calyx 

Court 



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The 

Calyx 

Court 







MISS FRANCES CALDWELL 
Sweet Briar College 



MISS CAREN HARVEY 

Mills College 




170 



IMISS LINDA TUCKMAN 

Uiii,v<M'(*ilv of Florida 



MISS VICKIE COXE 

Sweet Briar ('ollege 





The 

Calyx 

Court 



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featuring 

AHMAD 
JAMAL 

at the piano 



l>ik:i'. honor l>i'<'-i<l.'iil Kill l)„liMMri uilli a rurktail pai't>. 




Standing, Left to Right: Elliolt Maynard. Mrs. Nancy Maynarcl. 
Beverly DuBose, Miss Kathy Allen' ( Hulliiis Cullege), George 
Van Sciver, Miss Barbara Ann Mason (Bethlehem, Pa.), Roy 



Gouduiu. \Iisb Kitlie Graham (Augusta. Ga.l. Grantham Coucli. 
Miss Betty McLin-kev (Randolph-Macon Women's College), 
Jerome Dattel, Mi^-- Kathleen Day (Hollins College). 



I'HHSIDhM . Hll.l, <>l TMAN 

• \ ICEI'HKSIDEiSTS • 
<;RA>TI1AM GOl cm. JEKO'VIK DATTKr,. KLI.IOIT MAY\ARD. HEVERI.V DIHO.SE. <;E<)R<,E VA.\ SCIVER. ROY GOODWIN 



172. 





AHMAD JAMAL 



I'resid.nt Hill Oulinan .scoiling Miss S:ilh Ko. kiM II of 
American I niversilv. 




^ludiiils cnjo' coiKcil 1)> Alinuiil Jainal. Formal dancf ushers in Sprinss Vi (■cktriil. 



Springs Dances 




featuring 

PAT DORN 

and 
JIMMY REID 



Commencement Exercises climaxes Finals Dances. 




Standing, Left to Right: Miss Myrlie Rawlins (Hollins Oil- 
lege), Glenn Fidler, Miss Mary Pimdrom I Hiillins Cjllegt-). 
Clifford Adams. Miss Judy Nugee (American University I, Rirh- 
ard Sharlin. Miss Slielia MrCartney ( Randnlph-Macim Women's 



College). Ed Ladd. Miss Elizaljelh Kirkpatrick ( Marv Baldwin 
College). Bob Street. Miss Anne Kemper I Hollins College I. Bill 
Willes. 



MCE-PRESWEyTS 



PRESWEiST • AL HROADDUS 
ROBERT STREET. EDWARD I.ADD. RICHARD SHARLIN, CLIFFORD ADAMS. BILL WILLES, GLENIV FIDLER 



174 





PAT DORN 



Pr,M.l.nl Al Bioadflii^ .m-.m ling Miss Joyoi- Neiclil/ of Hi.Iliiis 




Dr. (.(Ac honors seniors and parfnts «ilh a rcrcption. 



Finals Dances 





Dr. Keith Shillinglon crowns Hoiiieooiiiiiig (^iieen J<>an Inge with a ki 



featuring 

LLOYD PRICE, 

HANK BALLARD 

and 

The ISLEY 

BROTHERS 





Standing, Llft to Right. Mk;. Camniie DeCampe (Randolph- 
Maccin Women''- Lollegc). Bob Pd>ne. Mi-.^ .Susan \S illianis 
I. Sweet Briar tolleiie). Pete \2elast0. \li-s Bet-\ Pa\ne I Hollins 
(ollege). Lann\ liull. r Mi-- .IiicK Fo-ler (Mars V^ a-liiniiton 



Collii,ei, Rii^ei Paine. Mi-- Patrieia Compton (University of 
Te\aO. Will Lee Ml- Eden White ( Hnllins College), John 
Mulhn. 



yicE-i'RhsinEyTs 



rRKSIDEM • DAVID M(>\T(;<»MEKV 
WILIJAM I.EE, PETEK A(,ELA.STO, LA>>V lU TEEK, KCHJEKT PAYINE, ROGER F'AINE. JOHN MULLINS 



176 





Llovd Price and his band. 



President Dave Monlgonier^ escorling ]\Iiss Dal)n<•^ Viilliai 
of Sweet Briar College. 




Students dance to the music of I,lii><l I 



Openings Dances 





featuring 

DUKE 

ELLINGTON 

and 

DAVE 

BRUBECK 



Dance Board officials enjoy 
Society" fountain. 



nionieni of relaxation around the '"High 




Standing. Left to Right: Roy Goodwin, Miss Lou Fickland 
(Hollins College), Robin Norfleet, Miss Sally Houston (Hollins 
College), Ed Croft, Miss Ginger Brumby (Atlanta, GaJ, Meade 



Christian. Miss Betsy Burke (Mary Washington College), Jeny 
Hyatt, Miss Ginger Home (Randolph-Macon Women's College), 
Bob Doenges, Miss Trina Cox (Mt. Vernon Jr. College). 



PRESIDENT • BILL IDE 
VICE-PRESIDEISTS • MEADE CHRISTIAN, ROY GOODWIN, EDWARD CROFT, JERRY HYATT, ROBERT DOENGES, ROBIN NORFLEET 



178 





Duke Ellingtun at the piaiiii. Presiflent Bill Idp escorting Miss Sarah Hitch of Sweet Briar 



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^'Circle The End And 

Hit The Line Right Hard'' 





SYDNEY J. BITI.EK 

BARRY A, GREENE 

NATHANIEL J. COHEN 

lulitor.s 



4^/^tkletics 



University 
Committee 
On Athletics 



The University Committee on Intercollegiate Athletics is composed of five members 
of the Faculty chosen by the Board of Trustees, two alumni members chosen by the 
Alumni Association, and two student members chosen by the Executive Committee of 
the Student Body. 

The Committee exercises the following specific functions: to assist the Administra- 
tion in the selection of a director of athletics and athletic coaches: to approve the 
scheduling of all contests; to prepare and submit for the approval of the Board of 
Trustees a budget for the operation of intercollegiate athletics; and to consider and 
pass on the applications of students to represent the University in all branches of sport. 



OFFICERS 

DR. WILLIAM M. HINTON Chairman 

DR. JAY D. COOK. JR Secretary 

MEMBERS 

DR. JAY D. COOK. JR Faculty Representative 

DR. E. C. GRIFFITH Faculty Representative 

DR. WILLIAM M. HINTON Faculty Representative 

MR. HENRY L. RAVENHORST Faculty Representative 

DR. ROBERT W. ROYSTON Faculty Representative 

MR. E. P. TWOMBLY Faculty Representative 

JIM RUSS Student Representative 

PARK GILMORE Student Representative 

MR. LEA BOOTH Alumni Representative 

MR. THOMAS BAKER Alumni Representative 




FiHST Row. Left to Right: Cdok. Hintnn. Twiunlily, Gilmoie. 
Seco.nd Row: Ravenhorst, Royston, Griffith, Baker. 




Athletic 
staff 



EDWIN P. TWOMBI.V 

Director of Athletia, 



v.. PARKER TWOMBLY, R.I'.E. 

Director oj Atli/rlics, Cuacli of Golj 

NORMAN LORD, M.S Coarh oj Track 

LEE McLaughlin, B.S Cmch oj Foolhall 

lilCIURI) MIM.KK, B.S. ..Cowh »/ Wrestling, 

('ross-Coiintry 

KOIiERT M.IIKNKV. A.l). Coarh »/ Hasketlmll. 

Lacrosse 

.lOSELH LVLE.S. .\L.S Coach of Baseball, 

Soccer 

i;\l MET LE.SLIE, A.B -Issislant Coach 

of Fuolball 

I'.D^I) WII.LLAMS .Assistant Cad, ol Football 

WILLLV.M WASHBURN, A.B. .Coach oj Tennis 

NORRIS EASTMAN. NLS Trainer, 

Coach oj Sieimniing 

DANA SWAN, B.A. 

Physical Education Instructor 




First Row, Left to Right: Lord, Leslie, Twombly, McLaughlin, 
McHenry, Lyies. Second Row: Miller, Washburn, Eastman, Mat- 
thews, Swan. 



183 



Football 



Washington and Lee reaped the biggest re- 
wards of a six-year football rebuilding program 
in 1961, when the Generals rolled to a 9-0-0 rec- 
ord and recognition as the country's "Outstand- 
ing Small College Football Team." scoring 297 
points to their opponents" 40. and placing fi\e 
squad members on Little All-American teams. 

For a school which only six years ago was on 
the verge of abandoning football completely, 
the success of the '61 Generals was little short 
of phenomenal. In 1956. when W&L had posted 
just one win in two previous seasons, only 20 
boys showed up for fall practice. Crowds dwin- 
dled, and football interest fell to an all-time low. 
But head coach Lee MacLaughlin. who wasn't 
used to being on the losing bench, got to work 
on a rebuilding program, and bv 19.59. the Gen- 
erals were winning again. They picked up three 
\ictories that year, and in the process began to 
attract spectators who hadn't shown up for a 
W&L game in years. But the big winning didn't 
begin until 1960, a year which saw the Generals 
unbeaten, but once-tied, in a nine-game schedule. 
Then it was 1961. and W&L's first undefeated, 
untied season since 1914. 

Not since 1914. when Coach "Jogger"' Alcock's 
South Atlantic Champions went undefeated and 
untied, had a General team met with such suc- 
cess. Linebacker Terry Fobs was named second 
team Little All-American, and Steve Suttle, Tom- 
my Goodwin, Bob Payne, and Charlie Gumniey 
all rated honorable mention. 




Tri-captains Ned Hobbs, Bart Dick, and Steve Suttle talk with Coach 
Lee McLaughlin. 



FIK^I Kuw, Left kj Right: Croft, Hurton, Pearson, Gamber, Yoffe, liarraiico. 
Preston, McDaniel, Sackett, Norman, Butler. Second Row: Day, Tharp, Hyatt, 
Fohs, Wheeler, Goodwin. Dick, Suttle, Hobbs, Wood. Mickey, Mosby. Blaine, 
Page, Payne. Third Row: Howson, Wiltshire. Wiggins. Walker, Lane, Gum- 
iney, Cruger, Lee. Martin, Russ. Bradshaw, McCaleb. Butler. Keesee. Sylvester. 
Fourth Row: Ogilvie, Davenport. Angel. Henley. Levin. Jenkins. Kidd. Sav- 
age. Madison. Flournoy. .Sheffey. 




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W&L 

Hampdeii-Sydney 



Having practiit-d less than two ami a half wi-ck-. ih.- W&L Gen- 
erals appeared unsure of thenisehe- a- ihey fatrd flaiM|pilen-Sy(ini"y 
in the first game of the season. 

After the kick-off anil an exchange of punts. Hainpden-Sydnev 
moved with ease to the W&L seven yard line, and scored two plays 
later when the Tiger's All-State end B(d)liy Savior received a touch- 
down pass standing alone in the Ccnejal mil zone. Tackle IJoIp 
Payne smothered the conversic.n altein|il. ami (lie -cure siix.il 6-0. 
Hampden-Sydney. 

The Generals came to life hrieHy in the third tpiarler. Sle\e 
Suttle's passing, aided hy fourlh-down catches hy Tom Keesee ami 
Jim Russ, moved the Generals to the Hampden-Sydney two. The 
Tigers held for thri'e down-, luil Ku— linally plunged in for tin- 
touchdown. Hi- extra jMiiiit effort wa- -iiccessful. completing tin- 
day's scoring. 

To the 3.000 fans at Wilson Field, however, the most encouraging 
aspect of the game was the defensive play of the W&L third unit. 
When the defensive statistics were tallied, the "Gold" team had 
hclil the Tiger- to niinu- 10 yardage. 



The Gellel^lls liulli: in fu 





rs<s f..i- (!r>l down. 



W&L 40 

Franklin & Marshall 

The t;eneral- liil llirn -tilde again-t Franklin & 
Marshall, utilizing ■•\leii-nc heneh strength to defeat 
llie Diplomats in llirir oun Homecoming game, -lO-O. 

Steve Suttle started the scoring early in the first 
ijuarter when he hootlegged around left end on a touch- 
down play which covered 21 yard-. In the same ((uarter, 
Charlie (iummey climaxed another General drive, cro--- 
ing the F&.\I goal from the eight. H(jth two-point eon- 
version- were -ucec— ful. and the score wa- Ui-O at lie 
half. 

Ill ihc ihinl i|uarl.i. (.imiMii> -c mcil larlv, ihi- Imi. 
IroiTi the Iwip. Later in the i)eriod. .lim Hiekev. a 10- 
-econd man, received a Diplomat jiunt on hi- own Ih. 
and sprinted 84 yards for the most s[)ectacular touch- 
down of the day. Minutes later, third unit i|uarterl)ack 
Ghuek Lane ran 74 yards from the -pread fnrnialiipn 
for W&L's fifth touchdown. 

In the last period, sophomore- A. .1. IJaranp i> and 
.lohn Pearson condiined lali-nl- on a 48->ar(l |>a-- |ilay, 
living the General- llieii Imal Inii.hdown. 



ROBliN WOOD 



BILL WHEELER 



GH.4RLIE GLMMEV 



DAN KLAIIV 




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W&L 
Randolph-Macon 



43 




Tommy Cood»iii iictMing Tye Raubir lluint'ooining Trophy 
from President Cole. 



Playing Ijt-fiire a large humecuming crowd at Wilson J'ield, 
W&L combined a powerful offense and an alert defense to win 
their 13th game without a loss. 

Defense, hacked by Charlie Cruger, Bart Dick, and Tommy 
Goodwin, kept Randolph-Macon from getting any closer than 
W&L 20 yard line. The Yellow Jackets could not do much 
better with passing, as they had almost as many passes inter- 
cepted as they completed. 

Touchdowns by Gummey, Hickey. and Stu Yoffe gave the 
Generals a 20-0 lead by the end of the first quarter. Midway 
through the second period, quarterback Chuck Lane added an- 
other touchdown on a short pass to Doug .Martin. 
After the half, the Randolph-Macon defense stiffened, and 
the final two General touchdowns came after long drives. 
Sophomore quarterback A. J. Barranco scored on a one yard 
sneak, completing a 43 yard drive, while Lane's second touch- 
down came on the lOth play of an 81 yard march. 



W&L 

Johns Hopkins 



38 
6 



On a rain soaked field in Baltimore, the Generals took the sea- 
son's fourth victory as they downed Johns Hopkins 38-6. Hopkins 
had tied W&L in I960, blemishing last year's otherwise perfect 
season. 

W&L's first touchdown came almost immediately as the Generals, 
on the fourth play of the game, recovered a fumble on the Hopkins 
two yard line. Two plays later, fullback Tommy Keesee went over, 
the conversion was good, and it was 8-0 with less than two minutes 
gone in the game. W&L's offense continued to roll, and Martin 
scored to give the Generals a 16-0 lead early in the second quarter. 
Unable to move on the ground. Hopkins completed five of six 
passes, the last for a touchdown. The extra point was blocked, and 
the half ended 16-6. 

\\ &L went on to add three more t(PiichdoHns in the third and 
fourth (luarters. Using their speed and agility, Yoffe and Martin 
scored on long runs, but the most colorful play was a blocked punt- 
touchdown by tackle Bob Payne. 




STEVE SUTTLE 



BARTON DICK 



Lannv Butler eyes defense as Yoffe gains yardage. 
GEORGE CRUGER i\ED HOBBS 





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Moro. 



:m<l other Wasns walrli 



W&L 

Centre 



53 




Against a team that liaJ never lost a home game to 
Washington and Lee, the more experienced Generals 
scored easily as tliey blanked the Centre Colonels, 53-0. 

Keesee, Yoffe, and Martin gave W&L a 22-0 first quar- 
ter lead, and two more scores made it 37-0 at the half. 
From here on the third and fourth teams played and got 
valuable experience. These units, however, were no less 
effective, as they rushed for 188 yards, more tlian half 
of the 323 yards gained and held the Colonels to almost 
minus yardage. Two sophomores. Jay Norman and A. J. 
Barranco, scored the second half touchdowns, while Jim 
Russ kicked his first field goal of the season. Remaining 
stingy as usual, the C.eneral di-fcn*e allowed (!entre a 
tnial iif one yard rushing. 




TERRY KOHS 




JKRRV IJ^ All 




W&L 

Eiiior\ & Henry 



6 



111 a game llial ciiiiKI well Iiunc been the linning point of 
llii- season, the Generals defi-nded iheir record against Emory 
^ Henry, llsing dejilh and scoring in all four periods. W&L 
wiin. 27-6. and became llie undisputed jiowcr of Virginia's 
-mall colleges. 

Il\ the beginning uf the -.iinriil (|iLuiler. the (Generals had 
lurned a fumble inl.i a li>u<b<li.\\ n and led. K-0. I!ut in less 
I bail two minutes, Emory & Henry had scored and was threat- 
ening again. A spectacular 79 yard punt return had made 
I be score 8-6. and an inteiccpled pass had L'iven E & H the 
ball on the W&L 21. From there, however, the Was]) offense 
( ajiie to an abrupt hall. Payne made several jarring tackles, 
uliile Gummey ended the drive Ijy intercepting a stray E&H 
|iass. Later in the ipiarter. Payne scored on his second bbicked 
|iunt-tiiueh(lown of the season, and it was 14-6 at halftime. 

Hut W&L"s depth had begun to make the difference. Emory 
and Henry did not threaten seriously again, and Martin and 
Daxe Tharp ended the scoring. Defense, the secret of the 
(Minerals' success, was led by Terry Fobs wbu was credited 
with over 20 tackles. 

After this game, Washingtim and Lee Has rei ugni/cd by a 
national sports magazine a- "The mnsl suc<cssfiil ... of all 
schndls that have dc-emiibasi/.ed their athletic jirograms." 



>I)honiore sensation Stu \i)lli n iurn- |iiiiii I.' 



187 




JIM HICKEY [ 



(!hiick I.ane leaves Sewanee sprawling on the ground. 



W & L 

Sewanee 



26 



By dffealing iirtnii>u,-ly unbeaten Sewanee, Washington 
and Lee extended its winning streak to 17 games, and pre- 
served its 14th place ranking among the nation's small col- 
leges. 

Victory did not come easily, however. During the first half, 
the Generals were repeatedly stalled by the determined Tigers. 
The only points came on a 36 yard field goal by Jim Russ, 
making the score 3-0 going into the third quarter. 

Taking the second half kick-off, the Generals went on to 
score, with Steve Suttle going over from the nine. Defense, led 
by Fohs and Wheeler, contained Sewanee until a one yard 
plunge by Keesee gave the Generals another touchdown and 
3 19-0 lead. 

Then .Sewanee turned to the air. completed 5 of 6 passes, 
the last beini! good for ~even yards and the score. 



JIM RUSS 





W & L 
Frederick 



30 







The Generals used long runs and an alert defense to crush 
Frederick 30-0. and to move within one game of a perfect 
reason. In a game complicated by 165 yards of penalties, the 
\^ &L defense had a perfect day, allowing the Lions zero 
\ards rushing. 

Scoring early, the Generals swept to an 18-0 halftime lead, 
(^ummey scored the first touchdown on a pass interception 
»ilh less than three minutes gone in the first quarter. Then 
Siitllc took over, and went in on runs of 18 and 30 yards. 

In the final two periods. Frederick made only one first 
d.iwn. while W&L drove 79 and 44 yards for touchdowns. The 
iliini score came soon after the half, as Russ plunged over 
from the one. Martin followed in the fourth period, scoring 
nn a finir yard sweep. 



I r.-.l.-ii.k f:n.. , Iki>.' to si.eedsler Uiclve 



i88 




Smile is riiiiglit by the "shoe string. 



W & L 33 



Washington University 20 



1 III- Oi'iU'iaN \vrap|n-(l u|i iheir lir^I unhratcn seasuii in 17 >eai- 
ullli a :y.i-20 Tliaiik^iiivinir Day \iil(iry ii\rr Wasliiniilun University 
in .St. Liiuis. .Slui;{;i>li after a six-liour bus ride and only Hve hours 
sleep, the Generals sjiotted Washington a 20-6 lead midway through 
the second period. \Iinutes later, a 77-yard touchdown pass play 
from Lane to Hickey made it 20-12 at the half. 

In the second half, while the \\'&L defense cut of? Washington 
without a score, quarterback .Steve Suttle directed three touchdown 
drives which gave the game and an undefeated season to the Gen- 
erals. Suttle plunged over from the one in the third period, and 
Doug Martin added two extra points to make the score 20-20. Then 
Charlie Gummey. who had scored the Generals' first touchdown of 
the day with a 50-yard run early in the second quarter, shook loose 
for a 49-yard TD, putting W&L ahead for the first time at 2fi-20. 
With only seconds remaining in the game, .Martin finished off the 
scoring with a four-yard tcuichdown set up by a spectacular 45-yard 
run bv Sutllc. .liiii Rusv added the extra point, and it was W&I. .S3. 
\Va-hins:tnn 20. 



TOM GOODWIN 



TOM KEESEE 



WAYNE BRADSHAW 



BOB PAYNE 




189 



Soccer 



First Row, Left to Right: Greene, Jackson, MeU, Sliugerland, Rasin, 
Sweet, Alford, Cole, Keating, Busse. Second Row: Green, Preston. Warner, 
Mongeau. Hyman. Hibbard, Baither, Wilson, Kelley, Shea. Third Row: Stow 
(assistant coach), Pagano, Starkcy. Knight, Gutman, Ecker. Eure, Burton, 
Johnston, Grant, Lyles (coach) . 



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When the 1%0 soccer season was finished. Coach Joe 
Lyles was very optimistic about the 1961 season. Many 
of the teams standout performers were returning. The 
prospects were yery bright for a successful season and 
possibly eyen the state crown. 

The dreams of Coach Lyles for his best season as soccer 
coach at Washington and Lee were quickly shattered. 
Four of his key players failed to return to school this 
year. During the season Dunlop Ecker. Tom Clemens, and 
Jim Starkey. all key players, suffered injuries. This left 
the soccer team with a few capable and experienced 
players and a group of eager freshmen. 

The schedule was a tough one includitig four Atlantic 
Coast Conference powerhouses and perennially rugged 
Lynchburg College. The Generals put a yery young team 
on the field against this top-notch competition. The team, 
which improyed as the season ])rogressed. compiled a ?>"> 
record. 

The Generals were led by Daye Knight and Tomm\ 
Green. Knight, an (mtstanding center forward, set a new 
W&L record with 1.5 goals, (jreen. a superb goalie. wa~- 
named to the All State squad on his performance at the 
state tournament. Knight was also named to the squad. 

Among the outstanding freshmen were Steve Hibbard. 
Gill Slingerland, Charlie Sweet. Bruce Jackson. Howard 
Busse. and Pete Preston. These boys plus a fine fresh- 
men squad will make up the nucleus of the 1962 Generals. 
If all goes well, prospects for next season are very bright. 



Co-oaplains Harry Preslon and Dunlop Ecker with Coach 
Joe Lyles. 




Season Ends With 
3 Wins and 8 Losses 



W&L. 
W&L. 
W&L. 
W&L. 
W&L. 
W&L. 
W&L. 
W&L. 
W&L. 



1 : Pfeiffer Collego 3 

2: Randolph-Macon College 1 

1: L niveisitN of North Carolina .. 4 

, 0: North Carolina State 1 

, 0: Lynchl.urg College 1 

2; Duke University 11 

10; King College 3 

, 1; Roanoke College 2 

. 4: L'niversity of Virginia 5 



W&L 1; Lyncliburg College 2 

W&L 5: V. P. 1 1 




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191 




First Row Llh to Right Friedberg. Jones, Kilpatrick. Shank, 
Youngbloud. MaiDunald, Rogerb. Second Ron. Miller icoach), 
Mcisbaugh. Brownlee. Gee. Munford. Farrar, Garretson. 



Coach Dick Miller and Captain Mike Shank. 




Cross Country 



This year, under the leadership of Coach Miller and 
of Captain Mike Shank, the team finished its third 
consecutive, and its best post war winning season 
with a record of seven wins and two losses. The team 
also captured fifth place in the State meet. Coach Mil- 
ler praised the team for doing so well this vear. and 
he asserted that the course at W&L is one of the tough- 
est in the area. This year's cross country standout was 
Mike Shank. The "iron horse"' set a new school course 
record by covering the 4.1 miles in 24 minutes and 
20 seconds. Out of nine meets. Shank took first place 
in all but one. and here he took second. Coach Miller 
complimented the fine depth he had on the team with 
men such as Dick Rogers, Andy Kilpatrick, Norm 
"^(.ungblood. and Ed Garretson. Also Mac Brownlee. 
who along with Shank will be co-captains for 1962, 
finished behind Shank for W&L in every meet. In cross 
countrv. the lowest score wins. The Generals defeated 
Randoiph-Macon 1 43-18 1. Lynchburg (56-521. Fair- 
mont State (37-20). Richmond (43-18). Dickinson 
I 47-46 I . also Pfeiffer and Hampden-Sydney forfeited 
with scores of 40-15. W&L lost only two meets, to 
Rridgewater (52-211 and to F&M (4(3-21 ». Climaxing 
a fine season. Mike Shank was voted by his coach and 
teammates as the recipient of the Forest Fletcher Cross 
Countrv Trophv. 



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Riflery 



Mtliiiugh the Washington and Lee rifle team tliti 
nut ha\e tuo successful a season the standard alibi 
that it was hampered bv injuries was not used. The 
team, coached bv Sgt. John Matthews, did \ery well 
in view of the inadequate practice facilities. Since 
W&L has no rifle range, the team was required to prac- 
tice at VMI. Manv times these facilities were not avail- 
able and the team had no place to practice. The niem- 
be.s of the team were unable to reach their full poten- 
tial because of this poor practicing situation. 

This year's schedule was composed of two tvpes of 
matches, shoulder and postal. In shoulder matches 
where the opposition was faced in jierson. the team 
compiled a record of two victories and six defeats. 
The two wins were over Georgetown Universit\ and 
George Washington Universit\ . In postal matches 
where the scores were mailed to the opposition, the 
Generals won 21 while losing 14. Schools such as 
Auburn. UCLA, Clemson. TCI . and Teimessee were 
met during the vear in postal matches. 

The freshman team had a poor record, but a suc- 
cessful season. They faced very stiff competition in the 
local militar\ schools and other freshman teams. Con- 
sidering the caliber of their compptiticjn. the\ diil 
better than expected. 

Some of the top performers were Da\e Aukl. 
Art Portnov. John Rosenberg. Alan Wiley. Ji]n Aus- 
tin. Jeff Lasher, and Richard Coplan. With several of 
these returning and some good freshmen the prospects 
for a verv successful season next vear are bright. 



KiHST Kow, Lki't to Kii.mt: Millfr (iirticcr-in-iliaTur) , Miiilli. 
I.asilier. Timlin. Aiisliii. Pnrtniiy, Robinson, Matthews (cdacli). 
SecOiND Row: lilack. Graves. Rnsi-nlicrf;, H<'nnini;. I.apcs, Dii-knian, 
VIeeks. Fipner^. Cci|ilan. 



Cuptain Ji-fl' l.ii-licr «illi Coaoh Matthews. 




193 



Swinirning 



First Row, Left to Right: Stull, Monsarrat, Maynard, Gummey, Benn. Johnson, 
Warwick. Jahncke. Second Row: Gay, Mendell, Harris, Wallenstein, Broaddus, 
Moore. Gear. Wearn, Wolfe. Third Row: McFall. .AiUen, Williams, Norton, Dorsk, 
Farley, McManus. Mongeau. Hare, Eastman (coach). Folrth Row: Beagle, Turek. 
Lundy, Williams, Little, Grant, Weimer, Chase. 











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(.'iiptiiin Elliull M;nn:ii<l «illi Coach EastiiKin. 




The 1961-62 swiniiniiig team, under Coach Norris East- 
man, was highlighted by great individual jjerformances and 
six new Lniversitv records. Against tough competition 
throughout most of the season, the team lost only to Mary- 
land and Pittsburgh and tied William and Mary. In the meet 
with East Carolina. Washington and Lee won its most ex- 
citing contest to end its 8-2-1 season. 

Captain Ma\ nard not only led the team as its captain, liul 
also \\as the leading scorer with 6.3 points for the season. He 
was followed in scoring b\ Charlie Gumnie\ with .54. then 
b\ Herb Jahncke and John Wolfe with .51 each. The com- 
bination of points compiled by these four swimmers made 
up about a third of the total team points. These swimmers 
also took part in setting the six new' L niversity records. In 
the -lOO medley relay the combination of Harris. Mavnard. 
Stull. and Gummey produced a record breaking time of 
.3:52.6. In the 220 yard free-style Jahncke set a new record 
of 2:1.3.5. These records are all the more impressive, for 
Gummey. Stull. and Jahncke had never entered swimming 
competition before coming to Washington and Lee. Jahncke 
also set another record in the 200 meter individual medley at 
2:1.3.5. Captain Ma^nard now holds two individual lni- 
versitv records after swimming a 2:18.5 — 200 yard butter- 
fly, adding to his last year's record in the 200-yard breast- 
stroke. In the 440 \ard free-st) le. John Wolfe, an outstand- 
ing freshman, as well as a top varsity scorer, set the record 
at 5:13.5. The final record to fall to this past year's team 
was in the 400 yard free-style relay when the team of Gum- 
mey. Jahncke. Benn. and Monsarrat swam the race in 3:24.0. 



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Swimming Team Ends 
Season With 8 Wins 



W&L 65 

W&L 57 

W&L 61 

W^L 43 

Wi.L 52 

W\L 6,'! 

W\L 34 

\A \ 1 70 

\V\I 32 

\V.^L 50 



R,.an,,ko College 30 

I nivei?it\ nf Virginia 3o 

William \ Mary I at N,.rf(ilk) . .34 

William and Mar\ 43 

American I Diversity 43 

Georgetown L niversity 26 

Uiiiyersity of Mar\ land (il 

Catholic I ni\ersit\ 25 

I niy(M~il\ of I'ittsliurgli 63 

East Carolina Collcjic 45 




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Basketball 



First Row, Left to Right: Taylor, Wallis, Fauber, Paterno, Ridolphi. Second 
Row: Moye (manager). T. Supak. Smith. Grogan, Pearce, Martin, Ide, J. 
Supak. Schaefler, Ormsliv I manager) . 




Claptain Bip Faulxr «ilh Coarli Bob McHenr> 



When W & L opened against Virginia in early December. 
Coach Bob Henry had only four previous letternien. includ- 
ing one returning senior. The Generals, with their tallest 
starter at 6' 2". were young and anxious while the Wahoos 
were intent on setting straight last year's upset. W & L 
dropped the game 82-53. and with inexperience the main 
problem, went on later to finish the year with a 6-11 record. 
Lack of experience led to a lack of consistency, as the Gen- 
erals scored 53 points one game. 99 another, won six out 
of nine home games, vet lost all eight contests on the road. 
Defense became the best offense against taller, stronger 
rebounding opponents, but even here inexperience showed 
through. In dropping five out of the last six games. W & L 
allowed other teams no less than 70 points a contest. 

But the basketball future is far from dim. With a ma- 
jority of freshmen and sophomores. Coach McHenry feels 
that this year's team has learned and developed more than 
any other squad he has coached. Sophomore Tom Supak. a 
transfer from William and Mary, played his last eleven 
games with an li!.3 average and became the team's top 
individual scorer with a 15.1 average. Completing his third 
season with the Generals. Captain Bip Fauber averaged 14 
points per game and was selected as next \ ear s captain, an 
honor he has held since his sophomore year. 

Freshmen Louis Paterno. Gene Pearce. and Dick Liv- 
ingston were outstanding throughout the year, and with 
them Coach McHenrv hopes to mold a nucleus for successful 
seasons to come. 




196 



Generals Compile 
6-11 Final Record 



Wivl 53: 

W \ I 07: 

W \ 1 54: 

W^L 55: 

W&L i!6: 

W&L 78: 

W&L 66: 

W&L 57: 



iii\frsil\ III Virf;iiiia I>2 

^rid^fUMlcr Cull.-r 1') 

lalliiilic I rii\er>il\ 55 

■,111(11 \ and llfin\ 75 

""rankliii and Marshall 7'J 

LMichliurg College 74 

Hani])den-S\dne> 77 

Randi)lph-Mac(in Men's Cdllege . . .62 
69 



W& L 65: Bridgeuater 

W \ L 71: William and Mar\ 5o 

W & L 61 : Hanipden-S\ dnev 70 

W& L 77: Roanoke College 75 

W \ L 52: Catholic I ni\ersit\ 83 

W & L 70: Washington College 73 

W & L 55: Randolph-Mac.in Men's College . . . 70 

W & L 69: William and Man 75 

W .\ L 99: Emorv and Henry 81 




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97 




Jon Supak leaps for l«o. 
Martin goes up for a rebound. 





JON SUPAK 
BILL IDE 

Although the 1961-62 basketball season was 
a dismal one for the Generals, who compiled a 
6-11 record, there were stellar team and indi- 
vidual jjerformances. 

W iL L"s second victory of the season, an !!6- 
79 win over Franklin and Marshall, displayed an 
<iutstanding offensive team effort. The Generals 
took command in the first half and never re- 
linquished the lead. Captain Bip Fauber netted 
M points and captured 23 rebounds, while Bill 
Ide added 20 points and Lou Paterno scored 14 
for the night. 

A pressing defense and outstanding indi\ idual 
performances gave the Generals a 71-58 win 
o\er William and Marv of Norfolk. Tom Supak 
and Paterno. the backcourtmen for the Generals, 
combined efforts to score 22 of the team's 37 
]Kiints in the first half. This combination scored 
21 and 22 points respectively for the game, 
which ended in a 71-58 score. 

BIP F.4UBER 






BILL SMITH 
TOM SUPAK 



In the ele\enth game of the season, the Gen- 
erals held off a second half surge In Roanoke 
College to win 77-75. and lift the team rerord 
to a 5-7 mark. W il. L's 42.5 per cent scoiinj; 
a\erage gave them the half-time ad\antage at 
10-33. During the second half Roanoke slowh 
•ut the margin, threatened to tie the score, hut 
iduld never |)ull an\ closer than the final t«(j 
points. Bret Thackston sank 14- points: Fauljer. 
the game's to]j scorer, added 25: while Tom 
Supak and Paterno netted lo aTid 14 respecti\el\ . 

Homecourt confidence and a solid 47.3 jjer 
cent shooting a\erage from the field allowed the 
Generals to score 63 points in the second half 
and crush Emory and Henry 9'J-!!1. Behind earh 
in the first half. Washington and Lee took the 
lead on Bill Ide's jump shot, making the score 
20-18 hut relinquished the lead to the Wasjj- 
who held a 39-36 advantage at the vn(] of thi' 
first half. 

HO\^ ARD MAKTIN 



'l^>lil Sii|>;ilv «rort-« 4»ii :i (lri\ill;f; l;l>-li| 



I'alcino s<<>ivs :i> I'aulier looks on 




Wrestling 



First Row. Left to Right: Mitchell, West. Montgomery, Stover. Owens, Mersereau, 
Albert. Smith, Babcock, Tarrance. Second Row: Jones. Woodrum. Garver, Uhlig, Kratziz. 
Van Brunt. Rogers. Third Row: Miller (coach), Cofield, Walker. Brumby, Simmons. 
Bolton. Dickinson. Lee. Candler. 




Varsity wrestling this year again had a commendable 
overall record of seven wins and three losses. It was a team 
which was one of the best balanced in years, not weak in 
any of the weight classes. 

Coach Miller said that the members of the team "were 
one of the finest grouj3 of individuals I have ever 
coached. They were well dedicated to their sport . . . The 
attitude of the boys was excellent." As far as their coach 
was concerned, they were ready for all matches throughout 
the year. The team relied more upon speed than strength 
or ability. 

In the individual matches the varsity had a record of 45- 
32-3. Outstanding members of the team were West. Stover. 
Winfield. Montgomery. Mersereau. Smith, Albert, and Bab- 
cock. Montgomery and Mersereau were the team co-captains. 
The tri-captains for next year's team are Montgomery. Al- 
bert, Babcock. 

The individual leader in pins for the vear was Smith who 
pinned six men in seven matches. The team was also aided 
greatly by Boiarsky. Brumby. Dickinson. Rodgers. Owens. 
Kratzig. 

The Mathis War Memorial Award, which goes to the out- 
standing wrestler of the year, went to Sandy Mersereau. 
This is the third year in a row that he has received it, with 
an overall record of 28-8-1. The Captain's and Coaches' 
Trophy, which goes to the outstanding freshman, was won 
by Tom Stover. 

Since 1921 the varsit\ urestling team has won 187 dual 
meets, lost 93, and tied 6. 



CoK-aplaiiis Dave Monljjoiiierv (left) and Sandy Mersereau 
with Coach Miller. 




Matmen End Up 

With 7-3 Record 

W^L..2(): UiiiversiU ,,!' Nmlli Caidlina . . . 6 

W & L. . 9: Franklin and Marshall 15 

W (^ L. . 19: Pfeiffer College 9 

W & L. . 31 : GallamlH College 5 

W&L.. H: William .V Marx I at Norfolk I ..24 

W \ L. . 19: Duke I niversity M 

W & L. .33: Hanipden-S\dne\ 5 

W&L..12: University of West Virginia ...16 

W\L..16: I niversityof Virginia 12 

W & L. . 16: North Carolina State College ... 14 




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Oiif point foi' Monlgonici' 





Golf 



Capluin Jark ^ ardiinuin and Coach €y Twoinbh 



Enji)\iiig another u inning season. Coach C\ Twoni- 
lii\ s golf team finished the year with a 7-2 match play 
lecoid. In tournament play, the Generals placed fourth 
in the State Intercollegiate at Hot Springs as t'aptain 
Jack Varileinaii rankeil third in the individual honors. 
In the Greenhrier tournament. W\L placed filth, with 
so|jhomore Warren Hughes being the standout. 

Washington and Lee opened the season with three 
consecutive victories. In the first one against M.I.T.. 
Vardanian chipped and putted hc-autifully. leading the 
team to a 6-3 margin. After defeating Virginia 6VL>- 
21 o. the team played Lynchburg College and defeated 
them by the same score. 

The Generals then traveled to Richmond where they 
took the first loss of the season. S^/^-Sl/^. In the next 
match, however. Ronnie Stuart shot a 71 under wet 
and rainy conditions to lead the team to an 8Y2-M: 
\ ictory over Hampden-Sydnev. 

In probably the most outstanding team effort of 
I he vear. the Generals met William and Mary in Lex- 
ington and defeated them 6Vi>-2V2- Then the team 
went on the road for two matches, winning the first 
one oyer Roanoke College, but losing the second to 
George Washington 5Vo-3Vi;- 

The Generals ended the season in a match against 
Randolph-Macon, beating them handily 10-0. 



Left to Rioht: Neal. Lee, Hughes. Henry, Steward, Coueh, Vartia 
man, Twonihly (coaeh). 




Tennis 



\llci aim. .-I iici |iR'-M-as(>ii piactirc .hi,- |,, Imil 
ueathiM. ill,' (i.'iii'rals I,.>1 llu- ,.|)ciiiiif; mat, li l,j C.il- 
gatc. lull lli.'ii u,m lhr,'f >lraif;hl. t-n i.uilf 1., a ()- 1 
n'c.ii.l I. II ihi- \.-ai. Allcr C.lgati'. Ciai li W asliluii nV 
team defealt-d L\iuliliurg and West Viigiiiia li\ I!- 1 
scores, and edged George Washington 5-4. The (Je.irge 
Washington vietorx was n.it deii.led until the tliir,! sel 
of the final d..uMe-~ mal, h. ullli \ll..rl an. I Sinilli u in- 
ning. 6-2. II-IO. (i-.;. 

On .M,inila\ all.T the Spring ,laii,,- m-I. llie Generals 
resumed |jla\. meeting a poueiiul JJuke team. The 
Blue Devils hehind the AGC singles champion were 
too strong, and Washinton and Lee \vent down. ")-(). 

I'Lning in llu rain anil \nth ih,' ahsi'ii,,- of Valen- 
liner, the Generals ih.ipped the next match. 5-4. against 
Randolph-Macon. Freshman John Baker played ex- 
cellently in the losing elforl. defeating his opponent 
in close sets. This match. houe\er. was taken hum the 
records because of weather conditions. 

After beating Richmond with little trouble, the 
Generals dropped a 5-4 decision to William and Mary. 
Valentiner and Mell both went three sets in the singles 
before losing to their opponents. The situation was 
reversed against Roanoke, however, as Mell and Wil- 
bourne went three sets to win their singles, while the 
team scored a 5-4 victory. 




laiilaiii liillv M.\\illiain> an.l Cuarli William Wa-lil>iiii 



LEri TO Rii.ni: Mark~l,.-iii i iiianaiicr) . Mi-ll. \lilU. \ al.ntin.T. Al- 
bert. .Mc\^illiam-, liakri. Smiili. 












nr. 



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Lacrosse 



First Row, Left to Right: Hoyt, McDaniel, Spencer-Strong, Andrew. Trailit, Uiiikel. Siull. 
Ostroff, Powers. Noonan. Second Row: McHenry, Stowe f assistant coach), Gordon. Rankin. 
Wootton, Milclu'll. Wheeler. Sultle. Guniniey. Eastman I trainer!. Fanar (manager*. .Move 
(manager) . 




Coach McHeni-y with co-captains John Dinklc and Hunter 
Trachl. 




Fielding only two seniors, a rather inexperienced 
General team opened the season against always power- 
ful Maryland. In the contest on Wilson Field, the Blue 
defense, braced by John Dinkel and Bart Mitchell, 
could not contain the \ isitors' polished attack, and 
lost 22-4. 

The second game was against a combined Oxford- 
Cambridge team, the first European squad in the 
States for decades. In the outstanding single effort of 
the season. Ray Gordon netted six goals and guided 
the stickmen to an 8-5 victory. 

Attackmen Rav Miller and Jim Powers, with seven 
goals between them, led the team to its second victory 
of the season, defeating Loyola 14-6. Again, the heavy 
.^tick-work of Dinkel and Mitchell was ini|K)rtant in 
the win. 

Freshman Johnny McDaniel was the standout in 
the Generals' third victory, 9-2. over North Carolina. 
McDaniel scored two goals, and later finished the 
season as Coach McHenry 's most improved player. 

The final game, although a loss, was the high point 
of the season. Trailing Virginia 8-0 in the third quar- 
ter, the Generals scored six goals in an inspired effort 
before losing 12-6. 

Although Coach McHenry was a little disappointed 
uith the losing season, he had nothing but praise for 
several of his men, especially captains Tracht and 
Dinkel. In post-season pla\. Dinkel was selected to 
|ilay as a defensenian in the North-South All-Star game 
at Annapolis, and was commended for his fine effort. 



104 



Stickmen End 
1961 Season 
With 3-9 Record 



W&L 4: Maryland 22 

W&L !!: Oxford-Caml, ridge ... 5 

W&L 1: Williams 12 

W&L iJ: Hofstra LS 

W&L 3: Colgate 12 

W&L 14: Loxola 6 

W&L 5: I niv. ,.r Haltiiniire 14 

W&L 'J: North Can.lina 2 

W&L 3: Duke 6 

W&L 2: Johns Hopkins 17 

W&L :?: Washington College ..14 

W&L 6: Virginia 12 




r<.vi<r> scores against Marj himl. 



Andrew fires a shot asain^l Loyiil: 



.Siillle moves in lo slio<>l. 




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Baseball 



First Row, Left to Right: Hobbs, Rose, Sharp, Flanagan, Funkhouser. Gilmore, 
Burdell, Candler, Norton. Williams, Wood. Second Row: Lyles (coach), Meem 
(manager). Brandenburgh (manager), Russ, Lane. Smith, Carpenter. Lacky, 
Camber. Martin, Sheffey, Way, McFall (manager). Leslie (coach). Absent- 
Greene. 



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I'ur tlu- lir>t linu' in llirt-f xear? and the third time 
since 1952. the Washington and Lee baseball team 
had a winning season with an 8-4 record. The team, 
led by Coach Lyles. Assistant Coach Leslie, and Cap- 
tain Ned Hobbs. sliowed continual hustle throughout 
the fine season. 

The season started oil' slow h as the Generals lost 
their two opening contests. The Generals, led by Ned 
Hobbs" two hits, lost an extra inning decision to Elon. 
North Car(jlina State. Atlantic Coast Conference |iow- 
erhoufe. complelcK routed the Cjenerals l.i-2. 

Behind the four-hit pitcliing of Phil Siiarp. the Gen- 
erals chalked up a 6-0 win over Harvard. The Gen- 
erals, having difficulties getting base hits, relied upon 
precision bunting and base-running to score their 
runs. Rob Williams led the team at bat and in the field. 

In their next two games, the Generals' bats began 
to boom. Roy Carpenter pitched and slugged the Gen- 
erals to a 6-4 victory over William and Marv. Fresh- 
man Penn Way chalked up his first win of the season 
against Norfolk William and Marv. Ned Holilis led a 
five run outburst in ihc eighth inning to secure the 
victory. 

The Generals closed out the seascjii uilh t\\o wins 
over Hampden-Sydney. The first ganir saw the Gen- 
erals win a ten inning affair 6-5. In the season'.s finale. 
Roy Carpenter went the route to garner a 4-2 \ictory. 
Bob Williams and Ro\ ("arpenter supplied the hitting 
])Unch. With this \irl(ir\. llir (Generals closed out a 
very successful season «ilh an (1-4 record. 



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t^oacli Joe Lvles and Cuplaiii iVeel Hobbs. 




2,06 



1961 Generals Wind 
Up With 8-4 Record 

W\L ■^■. Klon 5 

W&L 1 : North Canilina State l.H 

W&L 0: Harvard 

WiLL 6: W illiain \ Marv 4 

W&L <>: William .^ Mar\ i\,.rf(.lkl .... 6 

W&L ] : Hridgewater 7 

W&L 0: Wfst Virginia 3 

WiiL 4: West Virginia 3 

WiLL .t; W illiain and Mar\ 1 

WiiL '•>: George Washington 4 

W&L (): llain|Ml.'n-S\dne\ .T 

W.KL 4: llain|,.len SsdncN 2 




!\l<>lli.r «<(.i<-, ;i;;;iiii-.| W .-^l \ ii-i 



Wood ooii»o> lioiiie to score. 



Coach Lolic waxes Mailiii home 





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Track 



First Row, Left to Right: Brownlee, Urquhart, Parker, Myers, Sackett, Hickey, 
Shank. Pearson, J. Kowalski. Lee, Day. Second Row: Mitchell (manager). Britt, 
Wihshire. Jansen. Garretson, Duffey. Drake. Croft. Munroe. Cruger. Begg. K. 
Kowalski, Kell. Essex, Youngblood. Morrison, .'Mlgood (manager). Third Row: 
Anderson (manager). Roberts (coach), Callaway, Young. McCaleb. McLaughlin 
(coach), M. Walker. Jackson. Distelhorst. Head, Brewer, Edwards. Kirkey. Wil- 
liams. Hyde. Lord ( coach 1 . 




Captain Jim Hickey and Coach .Norm Lord. 




The Washington an(i Lee track team. guide(i by 
Coach Norm Lord, ""scalped" eight opponents and 
drove on to an undefeated season. This years team 
faced only one serious rival — Wake Forest — on its way 
to an undefeated season. The Generals topped Wake 
Forest 78-53. 

The Generals roared ofl to a rocket start in their 
opening meet as they blasted High Point 104-36. Cap- 
tain Jim Hickey. Mike Shank, and freshman Robin 
Kell paced the Generals win with two firsts each. 
Hickey came home first in the 100 and 220 yard 
dashes. His 100 time of 0:9.8 seconds tied the school 
record. Shank. W&L's top distance runner, sped to 
wins in the mile and two mile. Kell tied for first in the 
high jump and captured a first in the hop. step, and 
jump. 

The Generals had their best meet of the season as 
they whipped Lynchburg College. Last year's best 
limes an(i distances took a heavy beating as 16 marks 
were bettered. Jungle Jim Hickey led the way as he 
sped to a new W&L record in the 100 yard dash with 
a time of 0:9.75. Skip Essex bettered the 880 record by 
2 seconds with a 2:0(3.3 run. 

Jim Hickev. Mike Shank, and Ed Croft were all 
"double winners" as W&L won its eighth consecutive 
meet In defeating Randolph-Macon. Henry Sackett 
was the day's top performer, capturing the broad 
jump with the longest jump of his career — 21' 8Ys"- 



lo8 



1961 Track Team 
Ends Season With 
Undefeated Record 



W&L. 


. 104 


High Point .... 


36 


\\\1.. 


7i! 


Wake Forest . . . 


52 


W&L. 


. 103 


East Carolina . . 


37 


W&L. 


. 94- a 


Riehniuncl 


45':! 


W&L. 


.111':.. 


Hanipclen-Syclne\ . 


2a- :i 


W\L. 


. !1() 


L\ nchburg 


42 


Wi;L. 


■ 941/2 


Elon 


45-':! 


W&L. 


07 1., 


Randolph-Macon . 


34-:; 




Mac Brownlee slreiik,- ii<i(»> the liipt- lo «iii. 



Croft tries for iho lead in the hifili liiirill<>s. 



Ili.k.v finish... first to s.t srliool r.-.or.l in llic lOfMar.l .lasli 



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log 



FOOTBALL 



Freshmen 



Facing an extremely difficult schedule, the freshman football team began the season 
with a new coach and many inexperienced players. The season cannot be termed suc- 
cessful, but several factors should be considered in reviewing the vear. As is true of 
most freshman teams, the squad was comprised of men who had never played to- 
gether, making inexperience possiblv the greatest handicap to success. 

Coach Dana Swan, previously at Swarthmore. came to Washington and Lee this 
oast fall. As the new freshman football coach he was assisted by two Washington and 
Lee law students. Bill King and Tiny White. King, former U. Va. star, took over the 
coaching of the backfield, while White, outstanding in W&L football himself, coached 
the line. 

The team elected tri-captains for the 1961 season. These three players were out- 
standing in their playing as well as in their leadership. Skipper Chase, a powerful 
runner in the halfback position, came to W&L from Kentuckv. where he had been an 
outstanding player. Dan Manson. a Martinsville High School star, filled the fullback 
position, and was rugged in both offensive and defensive positions. Chuck Long led 
the offensive line from tackle. 

Throughout the season the Baby Generals were hampered by injuries. Most of these 
were not serious, but they helped to make the road to success nearly impossible. Greg 
Sharkey, a defensive end. was injured early in the season, leaving the team with a 
serious vacancy. He later returned, as did some of the other injured players, and the 
Babv Generals began to look much Ijetter late in the season. 

The team was primarily a running team, although it sometimes relied upon the pass 
catching ability of Bill David, who scored the lone touchdown of the season. De- 
fensively, halfback Gordon Gav must be conmiended for averaging seventeen tackles 
]>er game. 



First Kovv, Lki t to Right: Van Brunt, Fowler. Davis, Isharkey. Lee, Jamison, Brown, Stone, 
Lamb. Second Row: Swan (coach). Molyneaux. Julian, Lee, Cay, Chase, .Manson, Kurtz. AUen, 
Cargill, Hubbard. Third Row: David. Moore. Jennings. Stauffer, Legg. Ernest, Long, Simpson, 
Bradbury, Jernigan, Kannapell I manager) . 




Sports 



FlusT Row, Leit to Kk.ni: Delavan. KaMii. \I,i\e», Haillic-r. Crant, Slas;. Jun-. SECo^n 
Row: Byrne. Casey. Terrell. KeileN, Sweet. Mel.auren. While. Warner. Mc-Kall I manager) 
Lvles (ecjaeli). 




SOCCER 



liefnre 1961, „r;;ani^e,l M,e,er, I.esides that 
"I ihe \arMly, had never lieiii |)laye<i at 
W ashin^tcm and l.i'c I iiiver-ity. The ]inr|iiise 
"I the freshman team was te f;et ^cieeer jridie 
nr^anized. 

Ihe team had a hr^l >ear reeenl ..f live 
"in~ and l«u lu^sev. There were many sland- 
"iit- nri the team sueh a^ \lnr;iaii Kelly. Dnke 
rerrell. Ehen Warner, an. I lim .S|ay. Of 
llie.e. .lin, .Slay, w he, n,dN plave.l thn.niih 

pail ,d the .ea-nn. .h-.wed premise In he ene 

"I Ihe I.e-i lefi h.rwaid- in mam vear- al 
WM,. II, ■ al-n led ihr freshman team in 

•I lilill;;;. 

Il is h d ihal th.-e \,n^. »li,, phned 

IM-Imian -.,rer will pn.Mde uiii.h he! 

Il' \ar-il\ ni\t year. 



This year's freshman liaskethall team end- 
ed its season with a 7-7 record. The team got 
off to a tremendous start, winning seven out 
of its first eight games. The last six games of 
the season resulted in a loss to the liahy 
Generals. Victories were seen o\er Fork 
Union Military Academy. Greenhriar Military 
Academy. Fishhurn Military Academy. .\ugu-^- 
la Military Academy and Bridgewater junior 
varsity. Outstamling on the team were .|err\ 
Kowalski. Diek I,i\in;is|,,n. and llowanl Kor- 
man. 

Coach .|oe I.nIi- altriliuled the -udilen de- 
cline of the team at the end of the season to 
"exams. Help Week, and a general disor- 
ganization and lack of desire." However, il 
should he pointed out that all of the losses 
of the team were quite close with such scores 
as 61-52 in favor of Augusta Militarv Academy 
and 69-74 in f:iN..r of Slannp.n Military 
Aeadcmv. 



FiiisT Ho«. I.Krr m liii.in: \ . rner. \ladi-on, KowaUki. I,i\ in^sp.n. Brown. Short. 
SEKiM, Kou: Wonduar.l. Ilaeheile. \l,,.|,augh. Tahh. .Saunder-. I.nI,.. leoaeh). 



BASKETBALL 




Intramurals 



riie Intramural Board plans, directs, executes, 
and supervises the Intramural program. It pro- 
vides a well-rounded program of activities which 
are suited to a variety of interests and needs, 
stimulates participation in team and individual 
activities, and sponsors and fosters a program 
of activities which are recreational in nature but 
provide healthv phvsical exercise. 

OFFICERS 

C. P. TWO^IISLI President 

V,. H. LESLIE Director oi Intramurals 

I. M. .SPIVEY. in Senior Intramural Manager 

JIM RUSS Elected Officer oi 

Fraternity Represenlatiiei 
( ;EUR(;E LOCAN Elected Officer of 

F rater nilv Representatives 

MEMBERS 

John Madi-on. Beta Tlu-ta Pi: W ii; Viiagins, Delta Tan 
Daha; Phil .\IcCaleb. Delta Upsilon; Mike Brumby, 
Kappa Alpha: Boh Brewer. Kappa Sigma: Andy Leon- 
ard. Lambda Chi .\lpha: .Spence .McEvoy. Phi Delta 
Theta: John Samet, Phi Epsilon Pi: Bill Spencer- 
Strong. Phi Gamma Delta: Jim Russ. Phi Kappa Psi: 
Chris Larsen. Phi Kapi)a Sigma: Al Painter, Pi Kappa 
Alpha; Jim Horton. Pi Kajipa Phi; Bill Smith, Sigma 
Alpha Epsilon; John (inlh-y, .Sigma Phi Epsilon: George 
Logan. Si^nia Nu; Lou Rovcnsinck, Zeta Beta Tau. 




ager Joe Spivey. 




First Row, Left to Right: Larsen, Smith, Walsh, Spivey, Russ, 
Stull, Brandt. Secomd Row: Logan. CuUey, McCaleb. Cruse, Mad- 
ison, Cooper, Kroos. 




Cheerleaders 



Thi' |Jin|M,sc ,,r llic (:iicrrlc;i(liiiL' >(|iKiil i> |iic- 
ilniiiiriaiilK h. I.M.I cliccr. al llir Innll.all Mainr^. 
TIh' oIIici ai|i\ilir. ,.| llir M|ua.l inrliid.- ..i- 
aaiii/inj; llir I'lc-liinan paiailr and l',-|, lialK 

ami aiiaiiiiinj; llic II -.1,1111111; (,>iircii (linilrsl. 

I lie new miciiiIh-i> i>I llic m|lki(I are selecteil li\ 
llic 1)1(1 (iiics allci li\-iiiil,s. 'llic ti'\-i)Uts arc (ijicii 
Ici lic^liini'ii as well as l.i n|i|icr(lassiiicn. There 
is 11(1 lliiiil 1.1 llie iiiiiiiliei (if iiiei) (in ihe t^(|ua(l. 



OtFlCEK 



\^ (.KEEN 



Hrud (:hr,'r/rad,; 



Head Cheerleader Jay Green. 



MEMBERS 

M\l, EliEEMW .1 \<:K MITCIIEI.I. 

nvli LEE AL PHILLII'S 




'SMfKilfLiitii 



ST^^UI^(;, Lkkt to Right: Lee. Mildiell, Creeii, Kreenuin. Pliillip- 



113 




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"/■'ighl to titi' finish, iic iirc nitli you . . . When Wash- 
iiiilton (iiul l.cc's men Jul I in lini' . . . lor llir I nimsity 
. . . /('/// eicr Kdi I' in Irinniiili . . . roll old Sicecl Hritir 
on ili<> sod . . . Rdh! Rah! Riih." . . . Circle the end anil 
hit the line ri^hl hard." 

'riirouglioiit lliis J 962 Calyx we have preseiiled \)'n- 
torially a panorama of tlie piogiessiive spirit of our 
University, as recorded in our fight song, The W ashing- 
ton and Lee Swing. Not only has this ever-present sjiirit 
manifested itself in the intelleetual, cultural, and social 
aspects of our campus life, hut it has also heen evident 
in our rapidly expanding physical plant. It is only fitting 
that our graduating class of 1962 witness the final phase 
of a huilding program — a program which has more than 
doubled the size of our campus in the four years that 
these men have heen here at Washington and Lee. 



Come cheer for Washington and Lee 

We're going to win another victory. 

The White and Blue we will ever wave in triumph 

For the University. Rah! Rah! Rah! 

Fight to the finish, we are with you, 

Break through the line on every play, 

Rush the ball on down the field. 

And we will win this game today 

When Washington and Lee's men fall in line, 
We're going to win again another time. 
For W &L,I yell, I yell, I yell. 
And for the University I yell, I yell. 
And we will fight, fight, fight for every yard. 
Circle the ends and hit the line right hard. 
And we will roll old Sweet Briar on the sod. 
Rah! Rah/ Rah.' 



I 



student 



AISBOI I WILLIAM OSLLR ALMON 

30.37 W. I'inr \.illi-\ K.L. Ailajiu. 5, Ga. 
AUA.M.S. |)A\ 111 III \TINCTON 2886 Kirigslev RiL. Sliaker Heighls 22, Ohi,. 

ADAMS. LHtlMAS PAITON 3327 Wilnn.t St., O.lumbia, S.C. 

AUAMS(1\. \L\(:LM CASSEL, JR 390.5 D.ivfr Rd., Kichmonti 21, Va. 

ADELSIlN. ANDREW LDSOX ,3804 O.plev Hd., Baltimore 15, MA. 

AGEL\ST(i. PETER ALEXANDER. Ill .. ■'Alantun." London Bridge. Va. 

ALBERI. E\IIL RIIHARD. Ill 2143 East 26lli Place, Tulsa, OkLi. 

ALENSIUN. RiiNMH HERBERT 9322-19tli Ave., Hvattsville, Md. 

ALEX Win i;. \l I \ \N|iKR JOHN. JR Spring Station, Kv. 

ALF(i|;|i. n I M; hi M;-! 405 Sedgwick Dr., Syracuse, N.Y. 

ALLEN. M \\ KiN I hMiiNDS. Ill .. 405 E. 54lh St.. New York 22, N.Y. 

ALLEN (.lii|;i.l \^lll I V 143 West End, Chester. S.C. 

ALLEN, Mill Hill i.l;l CG 267 E. Linden Ave., Englewood. .N.J. 

ALLEN. l;ii|;ll;l l VIKiN 1035 Emerson Rd., Park Hills, Kv. 

ALLEN. Kdi.l l; I \1;|.. JR 747 Sandusky Dr., Lynchburg, Va. 

ALI.CiKili. .|ii||\ \l\.sii\ UIO Pinetree Dr., Charlotte 1, N.C. 

AMRI I K. I Wll ~ ( KMHIOCK. JR. .. 67 Afterglow .\ve., Montclair, N.J. 

AME.-;. Kli\\.\i;ii AL.MER. Ill .iccomac, Va. 

ANDERSON. HARRY LOY, JR 196 Banyan Rd., Palm Beach, Fla. 

ANDERSON. WILLIAM RICHARD. JR 36 Main St., Startex, S.C. 

ANDRE. DAVID JULES 514 Hillcrest Circle, Bridgeport, W.Va. 

ANDREW. THOMAS (iORDO.X. JR. .. 4805 Keswick Rd.. Baltimore 10. Md. 

.\.NGEL, WILLI \M IIWIIl 1201 First St.. Huntington. W.Va. 

ANSELL. SAMIKI. Ill HEN. Ill .. 3804 East-West Hway.. ChevT-Chase, .Md. 

ANSEI.L. W Mi I H I I li;H 6923 Thorndike Ave.. Cincinnati 27. Ohio 

ANTdNI \|l| V. WIIKlNY .M Logolhelou 10, Salonica. Greece 

APPLl i;\l \l. I Wll^ N\THAN 138-39 76 -\ve.. Flushing. N.Y. 

APPI.I 11 1 H. \l \l;k Mil HAEL 6207 Park Heights .\ve., Baltimore 15. Md, 

ARCH I K. i.dKHiiN LEE 1325 Rugby Rd.. Charlottesville. Va. 

AR.\1,'-I IKiNi.. KnIiERT BRITTON .. 58 W. Dover St.. Valley Stream. N.Y. 

ARTIII K. Mil IKll RNE BRENT 3 Glendenning Houston 24. Texas 

ATKINS, ALDNZi). JR 207 Hollywood Rd., Gadsden, Ala. 

-\TWELL. WILLIAM STEWART 11 Adriatic .\ve., Hampton, Va. 

ATWOOD. STANLEY PHELPS 

.34 McKinlev Place. Grosse Points Farms. Michigan 

AUBURN. ROBERT .MARK 110 Ichabod Place. Falls Church, Va. 

kVUy. DAVID 1403 31st St., N.W., Washington 7, D.C. 

AUSTE.N. GEORGE. Ill 195 Fisher Ave. Brookline 46. .Mass. 

AUSTIN. JA.MES HARVEY. JR 118 Newman St. Greenville, S.C. 

-WENT. ROBERT MUNDLE. JR 4759 Avent Dr.. Jacksonville. Fla. 

.A.YLIN, ROBERT NORMA.N. JR. 2067 Claremont Lane, Houston 10, Texas 

BABCOCK. ALVIX JUDSON, JR 2.301 Radcliffe Ave., Charlotte. N.C. 

BACON. PHILIP STANHOPE 808 Melrose Ave.. Lexington Kv. 

BAITHER. THOMAS ALBERT 2704 Underbill Rd. Toledo 15. Ohio 

BAKER. EREIil Kit K IlllYD, IH Route 1, Janesville, W^is. 

BAKER. JOHN Willi \M. JR 405 Park Rd., Srffolk. Va. 

BAKER. RdlilKl kl NNARD 27 Noe .\ve.. Madisim. N.J 

BALFOUR. DANIEL THO.MAS 400 Hunter Dale Rd.. Franklin, Va. 

B.\LL.\.\CE. HARRY GREENE JR. 

3517 Knollwood Dr.. N.W.. Atlanta 5. Ga. 
BALLARD. DoUCl.^S EARLY .... 1515 North Shore Rd.. Norf.dk 5. Va. 

BANK. l;\llin MAX 60 Ward Dr.. .Xew Rochelle. N.Y. 

BAXXiiN. I|ii|;l KT GREER 1925 N.W. 191st St.. Opa Locka. Fla. 

BARF.iil i; IMi ll\RD LOUIS .. 28 Linden .\ve.. West Lon- Branch. N.J. 
BARK\N( II \NIHnNV JOSEPH. JR. 2,37 E. .Stuart .\ye.. Lake Wales. Fla. 
BARTI III, JiiHN FREDERICK .... I Trails End Lane, St. Louis 24, .M... 

BAKTiiN. Kl II ^ KING. Ill 11 Fair Oaks, St. Louis 24, M.i. 

BAUGESS. OLUER DALTON 101 Union St Salem \a 

BE.\GLE. JOHN STEWART. JR 1961 Miller Rd.. Flint 3 Mich. 

BEALE. DAVID FISKE 3724 Albans Rd.. Houston Texas 

BEALL. KEXXFTH SUITER. JR 744 Island Dr.. Palm Beach Fla 

BEAR. JOE Ei;\NK Hi 21,34 Rosemond Dr.. Montgomery, Ala. 

BECK, THOM\s I h\\ Mill 3,352 Gunston Rd., Alexandria, Va. 

BEGG. CHAKI i - KKi inks. JR. .580 Lakeland Ave.. Grosse Pointe .30 Mich. 

BELL. EDWARD. JR 23 Oak Spring Rd.. Washington. Pa. 

BELSER. RICHARD IR\INE HEYWARD .5433 Svlvan Dr.. Columbia. S.C 

BELVEAL. DONALD WESLEY 7.526 Buckingham. Clayton 5, Mo. 

BEXN. DAVID WESLEY 117 Dale Dr.. Falls Church Va. 

BENNETT. JOEL FAREWELL .. 507 Southampton Dr. Silver Spring. NId. 

BENNETT. PIETER DIETS 437 Gardenia St.. Clearwater. Fla. 

BFXXETT. WALTER HARTWELL. JR 8 Beech Hills. Tuscaloosa Ala. 

BEVANS, D.WID WILSON. JR. 

1.500 Crests 1 Rd.. North Little R..ck. Ark. 

RING. HOWARD MONROE Box 1.596 Charlotte NC 

BISHOP. WILLIAM THUR.MOND Box 287. Greenwood S.C. 

BLACK. DAMIl CALMES. Ill .. .3.567 Paces Valley Rd., N.W.. Atlanta, Ga. 
BLACKSInCK, MNCENT CRAIG .. 3740 S. Terwilleger Blvd.. Tulsa. Okla 
BLAIN. DANIEL, JR. 

-Belfield.-' 21st and Clarks.m Ave.. Philadelphia 44. Penna. 
BLAKESLEE. JACK ROLLLX. Ill 2712 Dryden Rd.. Shaker Heights 22 Ohio 

BL.\KESLEE. PETER DONALD 19 Harper Rd.. Buffalo 26. X.Y. 

BLOCK. SAM A.. JR 212 Forestine Ave.. Gadsden. Ala. 

BOARDMAX, JAMES RICHARDSON .. 34 Roosevelt Rd.. Maplewood. NJ 
BOARDMAN. WILLIAM PEXXLMAN 1156 Lincoln Rd., Columbus 12. Ohio 
BOIAR^kV. KKXNITII ROBERT .. 1821 Kn.ilhvood Rd I ouisville 7 Kv 

BOKi I inwiN ii)i;i;i-;T. ill 2.508 Rriii„, Rd. Baltimore 9 'm.i 

BOLIN i;|i II M;|i inllx.^TON ..2124 W.li^hir.. BK.I. Iluniiii..t.,n W Va 

BOLEN, KiH;| |;| Wilis 2124 "S iltshire lilv.l.. lluntingt..n W \",, 

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RO.SWEI.L, PAI I, HENRY 2219 Diamon.l s, \\ iimin-ion 4' Del' 



directory 

BOWEN. LOUIS RICHARD, JR B..x 69 Eustis, Fla. 

liOWEN. WILLIAM MERIWETHER 3rd Ave. and 29th St., Brooklyn, N.Y. 

lil>\\ll;. ll|ii\l\S IDWARD .535 Gord,.n Ave.. Aberdeen, Wash. 

li""!! I mill i;|i WILLIAM. Ill .... Hdus. USAARMS, Fort Km.x, Ky. 

I^'IM I . H'HN Wll HON. JR .3225 Avenham Ave., Roanoke, Va. 

lin'il K. WILLIAM BIRD 1616 W. Polo Rd., Winston-Salem, N.C. 

KdYIES. DANIEL FLETCHER .5.5.53 Tilbury Dr.. Houston, Texas 

KRAI.K. WII.I.IA.M DENNIS 6043 Walnat Hill Lane. Dallas Texas 

IJRADIil RV. EDWARD HUTCHINSON 

Grassy Hill Rd.. RED 3. Lyme Conn. 
BRADFORD. JOHN WILSON 4800 Kanawha Ave.. S.E.. Charleston. W.Va. 
BRADSHAW. -KAYNE ALEXANDER 1507 \lioodcliff Ave. Ellicott City, .Md. 
BRAITHWAITE. WILLIAM THOMAS 

185 Lakeshore Dr., Virginia Beach, Va. 
BRANDT. CHARLES RICHARD. II ..601 W. Main St., Mechanicsburg Pa. 

BRANXEX. PERRY. JR 702 East 44th St., Savannah, Ga. 

BREDELL. HAROLD HOL.MES. JR. 2266 Wynnedale Rd.. Indianapolis, Ind. 

BREWER. ROBERT HALI Valley Dr., Helena, Ark. 

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liRHHI. Hiinil.T MHIIkIN 1.365 Smith Rd., Hamilton, Ohio 

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RKH.HI. Mil II Ml HUM 407 Terrace Blvd. Valdosta. Ga. 

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BRuAllDI ?. WILLIAM GRAY 1101 West 43rd St.. Richmond. Va. 

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BROCKWAY, DAVID HIEL 1196 East Lake Rd., .Middlesex N.Y. 

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liKi 11 )k-. III iKERT PERRY 32 Fair Oaks. Ladae 24. Mo. 

BRiil ,s,-.M:H, HAMD FRAXKLIX. jr. 5131 Doliver Dr.. Houston 27 Texas 
BROW X. BEXJAMIX JARRATT 36 Des Moines Ave. Andrews A.F.B. l\Id 
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BRO\W\. FRAXK EUGENE. JR 2686 East 38 St., Tulsa, Okla. 

BROWN. JOEL V^ALL 2894 Catawba Lane. .Memphis. Tenn. 

BROWN. RICHARD STAYTON 

1210 Tallev Rd.. Belleb.nte. Wilmingt.m 3, Del. 

BROWX. WILLIAM EARLE '. .502 Highland Dr.. Leaksville, N.C. 

BROWX. W ILLIAM \ ANCE. II 

7 Westwood Rd.. Biltm..re Forest, Asheville, N.C. 

lUiliWN. WdKI HINI.ION. JR 2894 Catawba Lane, Memphis Tenn. 

HHii\\N| lliil;i|;i I WIIIKIN 4007 Elfin Rd.. Louisyille'7 Kv. 

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BRoWNIKK. IHiiM\S .McCUE Rockbridge Baths, Va. 

BRl MUV. IHdMAS .MIC.\JAH, IV 3048 Andrews Dr.. X.W . \tlanta 5, Ga 

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BI I)D. THOMAS WITBECK 1645 Woodland Rd.. Rvdal Pa. 

BURDELL. EDWARD LEE 6757 Murray Ave.. Cincinnati, Ohio 

BURKART. JOSEPH ROY 

Woodh..use Rd.. Alanton, Rt. 1. London Bridge, Va. 

BURKE. FREDERli K W ILLIA.M 1805 Preston Rd.. Alexandria, Va. 

BURTOX. MALI 01 M lUiBIi ...10115 Parkwood Terrace. Bethesda 14 Md. 
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BUSSE. HOWARD WILLIAMS 

20101 X. Park Blvd., Shaker Heights IB, Obi.. 
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BUTLER, LANDOX \ ICTOR. JR 1023 Cherrv Rd., .Memphis, Tenn. 

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BYERS. JOHN GORDON. JR 1700 Lanham Rd., Falls Church, Va. 

BYRNE. ALFRED JOSEPH TOULON 103 El Dorado Dr., Richmond 29, Va. 

CADEN. JERRY GRANT 71 Claire Dr., Somerville, N.J. 

CADOT. HENRY MEADE. JR Greenville, Wilmington 7 DeL 

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CALLAWAY. LAWRENCE DAVID. Ill 

704 Mt. View Circle. Johnson Citv, Tenn. 

CAMPBELL. CHARLES \ ANCE. JR 5300 De Loaebe, Dallas 20, Texas 

CAMPBELL. DONALD SEWELL .... 1218 Garland Rd.. South Bend. Ind. 

CAMPBELL. DOUGLAS GREGORY Ivy Hill. Harlan, Ky. 

CAMPBELL. JA\n > M.i F\X ,3929 Fifth Ave.. N,. St. Petersburg 13. Fla. 
CAMPBELL. R(M;I I: I i;|i li \RD .. 205 W. .Main St.. Box 84S. Marion, Va. 
CAXDLER. PETI K \l. 1 K \^ ... .3204 Andrews Dr.. N.W.. Atlanta 5 Ga. 

(AXDLER. WILLIAM HAROLD Winchester St.. Warrent.in. Va 

CAXTERBIRY. JOHX RICHARD .... 712 Woodlawn Ave.. Becklev W.Va. 

CAPLAX. JAY MEI.MX 6306 Pimlico Rd.. Baltimore 9 Md. 

CARGILL. JAMES XELSON. JR 8917 Tresco Rd.. Richmond. Va. 

CARLILE. FRANKLIN REESE .3000 N.W. 62. Oklahoma City, Okla. 

CARLSON. ROBERT HENRY III 

24 Country Club Blvd., Birmingham 13, Ala. 
CAROTHERS. ANHI li.siiN I'.KOWN 19 Courtlandt Place. Houston 6, Texas 

CARRELL. RlCIIMHi NlHMK 3070 N. .Magnolia, Pensacola, Fla. 

CARROLL. DAMIl III NIW 1.34 Prestwick Dr., Youngstown 12, Ohio 

(;\i;i;oII. KOIIKRI PAJRH.K. jr. .. 450 institute Hill, Lexington, Va. 

( \l;lll; III NKY LEE 900 Jannevs Lane Alexandria, Va. 

I M; n , I Wll S WALKER, JR 217 Rockwell Terrace, Frederick, Md. 

CA.'sl.'i. II.MOTHY GUY 167 W. 88ih St., New York 24, N.Y. 

CAUSEY. JAMES .MAYHALL ..3915 Old Colony Rd., Kalamaz.jo .37, Mich. 
(:1IAMBERL.\IN. BARTLEIT BEARDSLEE. Ill 

114 Myrllewood Lane, Mobile, Ala. 

CHA.X'DLER. KENNETH EUGENE South Parkway, Dresden Tenn, 

CHANNELL. SAMUEL WARD Pinecrest, Elkins," W.Va. 



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CHAl'I.IN. WILLIAM IIINin 

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CHAPMAN'. liKXJAMI.N LOW 

CHAPMAN. CKUKGK \IK\ll)KV Jl! 
CHASK. HAL SCKIPPS HI 



Hli;lli>.i\. Pill>hui-h 21. IViiii... 

. . Dairy K.L. (Jr.-cnwich, Conn. 

2 Oval Curt. Br.inxvillf, N.V. 

.ill) Sliflliv Si.. Frankfurt. k%. 



CHLKNAV. SIKPIILN KICHAKII ..:i2 Ailfiyl, K.l., Great Neck. I..I., N.-i . 
CHll \\l)t)l). HAMLL LORD, JK. (.L! liru.kfjiriilf;.- l.anr. Loui^vilL- 7. Ki. 

CHOSNL'i. BKli.L IHLODoKK O.i Cui-rn-.-v l.aiit- C..l.,nia. N.J 

CHRISTIAN. KOBKRL MEADE. JK. I(>l() li.ll.-vuc Avi-.. Ri,iiin..n,l 27. \ ... 

CLARK. JOHN WESLEY. JK :H7:i Faring RiL. liirmingham 13. Ala. 

CLARK. WILLIAM HUGHES. JR. .8107 PaUer^..n Ave-.. Kirlimnn.l 29. V... 
CL.\RKE, CLEMENT JOSEPH. Ill 95U6 Marstim R.I.. Philadelphia 18. Pa. 

CLAY. MEK\YN EDWARD Pn|,,,a-quash Rd.. B^i^tl.l. R.L 

CLEMENt EAI . PAIL BENEDICT .. 16.i I.nwerline St.. New Orleans. La. 
CLEMEN! s THn\L\S COLLINS ...17.iO E. Ch.verleaf St.. Bethlehem Pa. 
COCKl. nil ll\l;|i WI.NSTON .. 25 Millanl Ave.. North Tarrytown, N.Y 
COCK.^in II, I'M L RODMAN, JR. 57 Kinsshury Rd., Garden City, N.Y. 

COFII I 11, l;ii|;l III HAHN .50 Avunel 'Plare, Fort Thomas, Kv. 

com \, \KIIII U ,^111'IIEN 406 W. 39th St. Wilmington. Del. 

COHIN, Will VMM I WIES .... 1612 Ocean Front, Virginia Bearh Va. 
COLE. II VMM. itWiMilPH ...3010 Ellieott St., N.W., Washington 8. D.C. 

COLTON. KU.HAKD (LARK. JR 251 Loring Ave., Pelham, N.Y. 

COLVTN, STEPHEN JOHN 800 Hinman .\ve., Evanston, IH. 

COMMANDER, CHARLES EDWARD. Ill 

,38,39 Ortega Blvd., Jacksonville, Fla. 

CONN, ROSS STE\EN 229 Morrison Ave.. Greensburg, Pa. 

CONNELL. CARL BIGELOW. JK .5000 Belmont Ave., Bethel Park, Pa. 

CONRAD. JEFFREY GILLION ..28.50 Wa-hington St., San Francisco, Cal. 
CONRAD. PETER GlLI.lON ....2850 Washington St., San Francisco, Cal. 
CONROY, ANDKKW JOSEPH. JR. .. .3832 Auli Park Ave. Cincinnati, Ohi.. 

CONWAY. CHAK1.1..S MILTON 1912 Ortega Blvd., Jacksonville, Fla. 

CONYERS, CHRISTOPHER THORW ELL. JR. 

1851 Anjueo Rd.. N.W., Atlanta 9. Ga. 

COOK. CHARLES STEPHEN 4731 N. 34lh Si., Arlington 7. Va. 

COOKE, JON ANSON Gary Rd., Alden, N.Y. 

COOPER. FREDERICK EANSOR 408 Glenwood Dr., Thomasville, Ga. 

COPLAN. RICHARD AARON .3215 Bancroft Rd., Baltim..re 15, .Md. 

CORBETT. JAMES SLOAN 

American Emha-sy. Gro-i. S,|ii,,i.. l.ond.m WT, England 

CORNING, ROLAND SHELTON 2 '.o II,,mi-«.oiIi St., Sumter, S.C. 

COTTON, ALAN CRAIG ■.,."'. 11../. | St.. Texarkana, Texas 

COUCH JOSEPH RICHARD. JR. ... FBlS. Al'O 2;W. San Francisco, Cal. 

COUCH. THO.MAS GRANTHA.M 530 Wilder Place, Shreveport, La. 

COUNCIL. ROBERT ALTON, JR 508 South 19th, Fort Smith, Ark, 

COVER, JOHN PAGE 3579 M..oney Ave., Cincinnati 8, Ohio 

COWARD, GEORGE TALVIN Box 363, Lakeland. Fla. 

COX, WALTER EUGENE 7312 Zldred Dr., R..ckford 2, .Mich. 

COYLE. ROBERT ODLIN Bulkley St., Williamst..K'n, Mass. 

CRABILL. MICHAEL KIRK Ull Oakw.x.d Court, Lynchburg, Va. 

CRADDOCK. GEORGE BARKSDALE. JR. 

1500 Langhorne Rd., Lynchburg, \a. 

CRAVEN. FREDERICK THORNS 29 Ravine Ave., Concord, N.C. 

CRAVENS. JERE DAMES 1304 Oakdaie Dr., Bartlesville, Okla. 

CRENSHA\^ LEROY GILLETTE, III 3813 Seminary Ave., Richmond 27. Va. 

CREWS. ROGER WARREN 2807 P.ist St., Jacksonville, Fla. 

CRISSMAN. JOHN CAMERON 89 R.,v. r..ft Av.-.. Pittsburgh 28. Pa. 

CROCKARD, CRAIG SMITH .. 2912 S..utlii I K.I.. Birmingham 13. Ala. 

CROFT. EDWARD STOCKTON. Ill 

1040 E. Br....khav.-n Dr.. N.E.. Atlanta 19. Ga. 

CROOK STEPHEN ROGERS 59 Country Club Place. Belleville, III. 

CRUGER GEORGE ALBERT ... 95 Beekman .\ve.. N..rth Tarrytnwn, N.Y. 

CRUSE. RICHARD RAY 1827 Sunset Blvd., Housf.n .5. Texas 

CULLEY. JOHN OLIVER 523 E. Everett St., Dixon, 111. 

CUMMLNGS, CHARLES M.\JOR 22 Maple Lane, Lexington, Va. 

CURRAN, HAROLD ALLEN 2817 McKinlev Place., N.W., Washington, D.C. 
CURRIE. RITLEDGE WITHERS 3119 Raym..n.l St.. Chevy Chase 15, Md. 

D.\TTEL. JEROME MARKS Ruleville. Miss. 

DAUK, PETER JOHN Oen..ke Ridge. New Canaan, Omn. 

D.WENPORT, STEPHEN RINTOl L. Ill Harrods Creek. Ky. 

DWID WILLIAM STEPHENSON Litchfield Rd., Harwinton, Conn. 

DWIS DOUCL\S VAUGHN 301 Orchard Dr., Fairfax. Va. 

D\Y (H\K1 1^ WIILIWI. Ill ,. 202 Bn.okside Blvd., Pittsburgh 34. Pa. 
DAY H^YW \l;|i ll;\\i IS. JR, 111 R..ckview Ave., N..rth Plainfield. N,J, 

DEAN, HEKiH h WlllnW 406 E. Nels..n St., Lexingt..n. \a. 

de B.\TTAGLI\. MiVMo Via Cesare Abba 10, Trent... Italy 

DeJ\RNET4E J \nl KLIN HARRISON 1526 Park Ave., Richmond 20. Va. 
DELW \N W 11 1 I AM HENRY. JR. 108 E. Gennessee St.. Skaneateles, N.Y. 
DeMOTS, DENNIS \RTHUR 7021 San Sebastian Ave., Jacks<mville 7, Fla. 

DENNIS, CHARLES REID P.O. B..x 228. Warrent..n. \a. 

DENTON, WILLIAM NICHOLAS. Ill 

6223 Kcnn.-.K Dr.. Chevy Cha-e 15. M.l, 
DeVAN, RUGELEY PIERSON. Ill 

925 b.wer Ri.ig. «a% K.I.. Chariest. ,n. W .\ a. 

DeVANEY. ROBERT CALDWELL Dell Rapids. S.D. 

DEW, CARTER BRAXTON Little Tuckah..c. New Hartford, Conn, 

DE YOl N(;. JAMES WINSTON 33<) Raleigh Rd., Kenilworth. Ill, 

DICK WILLIAM BARTON Sunset Dr., Morristown, Tenn. 

DICKI\.-^oN. CHARLES W ILLIA.M. I\ .,8906 N..rwick Rd.. Richn d. \a 

DICKM \N l.lliKGK EMERSON. Ill ... 454 Jefferson Ave., Haw..itl.. N.J, 

DlCK,-'ii\, I liU \KII liKALN 517 \'irginia Ave., Win. h.-l.r. \ ,. 

DICKXIN Wll I IWl IHO.MAS 700 Shenand..ah St., Lynclib.iig. \.., 

DINKEL. EDWARD JOHN. Ill .. 213 Inwood Ave., Upper Montcla.r, N.J. 
DINKEL PETER BERNHARDT .. 213 Inwood Ave.. Upper Montdair, N.J. 
DISTELHORST CRAIG TIPTON .. IH Alexander Place, Winter Park, Fla. 



I11\(IN. JOHN M\4lllEW.-~ 1.3.37 (1.11 K.l. I!,n.ii,.gl.a„i 5 Al... 

I) LAI KO. FRANK ANDREW. JR. \alley F'..rge R.L, Fairvien \ illage. Pa. 

IIOENGES. ROMERI SHANNON B..x .339 Bartb-ville. Okla. 

DOES. riMolin WALIEKS ,507 Ka.ln..r Ave.. Ii,.ltiin..r,- 12, .M.l. 

IIOKEMI S. IHLODORK \RNOID. JR. II R.-, kh— I'la. c K.-.l lia.ik. N,J, 
IIOK>K. KKIW Mill 1 LN l()l'< N..ill.ai„pl..n R.L P.l.-i-burg \ ... 

Iiori. MWIIL .sMlni , ,; W.n.mah Pi,...-. L..ngn.,a,l..«. M,,-.-, 

DOM. I \,s>, M\III|1W l\1IOK I II I ll.-nni..gl...i \v.-,. P,ll-I.uich 17. P... 
now \l \\, I II \K| Is I nw UiD. I\ 

2,551) Br.i..k.lale I).,. NW,. \ll.i,.l.i 5. (Ja. 

DKIW, l;i(ll\KI) M\RIIN 1105 N..rtli UK.I.. Aiob. ....n, .S.C. 

DmBO.sL. liK\KKI,\ MEANS. Ill 21H0 Garranx R.L. N.W.. Atlanta .5, Ga. 
Dl 111 S. Gl SI WE ROBERT. Ill .... R,.ul.' 3, B..x 162 A, Savannah, Ga, 
Dl CKWORlll. FRANK ALFRED .. 65 Gl.nside Trail Lake M..hawk, N.J. 

Dt N( \N. JOHN. Ill 2811 Fal.n..uth R.L. T..h-.lo 6, Ohio 

Dl N( AN. JOHN DWIS 102 C.untry Club Dr., Nevada, Mo. 

Dl NLAP. ROBERI \NDREWS. JR. .5089 Signal Hill, Cincinnati H. Ohio 

Dl NN. (;E()R(;E HAMILTON 438 Km.wl.-s Ave., Wint.-r Park, Fla. 

Dl NNEIl. JOHN RANDOLPH 160 Henry St., Br.ioklyn I, N.Y. 

Dl UKEI r. WILLIAM MORTON .38 Muscogee Ave., N.W., Atlanta 5, Ga. 

1)1 KKKriE. WYAIT BEAZLEY, JR Route 1, Franklin Va. 

D-tEK. COLIN ROBERT CAMPBELl 141 E. Third St.. HiuMlal.-. III. 

E,\I)1E. EDWARD RLE \SE. JR, 

1214 N. Shap.n Amity R.L. (;h..rl..tte 5, N.C. 
EARNEST, BROUGHTON MILLER 

.5060 MillK,...d Lam-. N.W., Wa-liingt..n 16, U.C. 
ECKER, GEORGE THOMAS DUNLOP 

3701 Upl..n St., N.W., WashingL.n 16, D.C. 

ECKES. ALFRED EDWARD. JR 90 Congress St., Bradford, Pa. 

EDWARD.S, JOHNNY P Box 986, Graham, Tex.as 

EDWARDS, RICHARD THOMAS. Ill 1320 East Dr., S.W. R..anoke. Va. 

EDWARDS, THO.MAS DUKE 3125 Th.imas Ave.. M.mtg..merv, Ala. 

ELIAS. RAPHAEL LIVINGSTON. JR. .. 18 Linden .\ve., Larchm..nt, N.Y. 
FLICKER. EUGENE ROBERT. II 

Orrs Bri.lge. Mounted Route, Camp Hill, Pa. 
ELLIOTT. RICHARD GIBBONS, JR. 1001 W esf.ver Rd. Wilmington 6, Del. 
ELLIOIT. ROBERT HARE EGERTON. Ill 

434 W. 250 St., New Y..rk 71, N.Y. 

ELLIS, DAVID McCARLEY 6530 Prest.)nshire, Dallas 25, Texas 

EMORY, WARDEN HAMLIN .... 3815 Hawthorne Ave., Richmond 22, Va. 

ENGLAND. HORACE Route ,5, Jackson, Ohio 

KKK KM)\. W \IKEli GIBSON 106 E. Kirkc St., Chevy Chase Md. 

l;S,s| \, \\l\l II I I) SCOTT, JR. .. 399 S. Parkview Ave., Columbus 9, Ohio 

LI HI. JOHN DM. ION. JR 607 N. Broad St., Suffolk, Va. 

El SloN. (.RE(,()K\ EDWARD 21 Enfield Rd., St. Louis 32 Mo. 

EN'ANS, FRANK OWEN, JR M..ntg..merv St., Milledgeville, Ga. 

EVERETT. KENNETH GARY 1816 East .Madis.m, Bastrop, La. 

FARLEY, PAUL JUDSON .305 Martha's Rd., Alexandria, Va. 

EARNSWORTH, PHILIP RICHESOX, JR 608 I.ma St., .Metairie, La. 

EAR(.)UHAR. JAMES DOUGLAS 3611 S.W. 76th Ave., Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. 
EARRAR. ROBEKJ CLOI DMAN. JR. .5510 Fernpark .\ve., Baltimore 7, Md. 

F\KRoW. IIAKRI Gil.MoKE. JK RED 1, Fell.m, Del. 

EM l!ER. RODGER Wll, LEWIS 3921 Roval Blvd., Lynchburg, Va. 

EEAt.lN. JOHN DONALD 2145 E. 29th St., Tulsa 14, Okla. 

EEA/.ELL. THOMAS LEE .325 Montana St., Ml. Hope. W.Va. 

EEIIN. PAI 1 M\\N B..X 212, RD 1, Dover, N.J. 

EENN. HENRY ANDERSON JK 211 N.W. 23rd Dr., Gainesville, Fla. 

FIEDLER, ADAM JULIUS 1202 Norihvi.-^ R.L. ll.iliim..r.- 18, .M.l. 

FIGUERS, THOMAS NORFLEEI. JR. 

UU Walnut Hill l..n.-. Dallas 29, T..-xas 

FINK ,^T\Nn,Y AI,\N 116 W. Gibb..n- St.. Linden, N.J. 

El'-lll l; (.KlUCE MIFFLIN. IV 149 Ameri.an Av.-,. D..v.-r, Del. 

Ill/ WlliiVM HM.L .50,30 Allan Rd.. WasliingL.n 16, D.C. 

FL1/PA1KI(,K. WILLIAM WHITFIELD 109 Oak Gr..ve Rd., N..rfoIk, Va. 

FLANAGAN, LOUIS VALENTINE, JR Tappahanm.ck, Va, 

ELATER, MORRIS EUGENE 

U.S.I.S.. Ameri.an Embassy, Mexico D.F., Mexico 

EI.ELCIIEK PEIER 175 East 79 St., New York, N.Y. 

Fl IPPKN ( H\RLES (IIASTINE. JR. ,. 3106 Lupine Rd., Richmond, Va. 

EI.OI KN()^ l)\N HERNDON 1011 Erie St.. Shreveporl, La. 

Edllisiri; ROBERT OSCAR. Ill 72 Fernw.,..d Rd.. Summit, N.J. 

Foil- I I l;l;l NCE EDWARD .... 20.52 Grinnalds Ave.. Baltimore .30, Md. 

|()1 1/ mm; in ALBERS 2710 Lda Av.-., F..ri Smith, Ark. 

Elioll llslKK M.LURE 2510 H..rse-h.H- Dr.. Al.'xandria, Va. 

FORD. KIAH THORNTON. Ill 1.300 N..rv.ll St.. Lynchburg. Va. 

FOREMAN. EDWARD RAWSON 

216 W . Pa.-e- Ferrv R.L. N.W .. Allanla 5, C,i. 

FOSTER JOHN CLIFFORD. Ill Brantley Rd.. B..x 270, Opp, Ala. 

FOWIIR JOHN M.KAIN Fairnvnt H..tel. 326 W. .Main. Cllinsvillc, III. 

FOWLKK I.ARKIN MA.SON. JR 5174 N..rihlan.l Dr.. Atlanta .5, Ga. 

FOWIER SANDERS. Ill 403 Briarw..~.d, Shreycp.,rt, La. 

FoZ/\Kl) GEOIK.I lUKlW \RD 44.36 Ortega Blvd., Jacksonville 10, Fla. 

IRMKELION nwin III \KY 83 Genesee St., Auburn, N.Y. 

FKWIPION |oSI I'll HOI ILE .. 205 W. Central Ave., Federalsburg, Md. 

FRANCESE. PETER KENNETH 227 Dawes Ave., Pittsfield, Ma.ss. 

FRANK. ROBERL GLENN 1106 Grace St.. Salem. Va. 

ERASER. 1)A\I1) KENT 47 Fairway. Blo..mfield, N.J. 

I REED. IHEODoRI MARK LEY 

H820 M..ntg..mery Ave., Philadelphia 18, Pa. 
|RM\1\N l.loRci: MM LORY, JR. 6001 River R.L, Ri.hniond 26, Va. 

FRENCH i)A\lD JAMES 135 W. .57 T.-rra..-, Kansas City 1.3, Mo. 

FRIEDBEKG JEAN SIDNEY. JK R..uie 10. l...uisville 18, Ky. 

FRIEDMAN, DANIEL JOSEPH, JR. .. 308 D.'Sn.. Dr.. Ri. hm..n.l 2'), Va. 



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FRIEDRICIIS. JOSEPH MAYBIN GORE 204 Mulln-rry Dr., Mt-tairie, La. 

FRISBIF \iiU\L\\ KICKAKD 6.36-25th St. South, Arlington 2, Va. 

Fl'LLKK, 11 Win M)II\SI(I\ Whispcrin.; Waters Apt., Winter Park, Fla. 

FIRM>.^ Jliil\ \KII,MI\ Route .5, Box 476, Selma, Ala, 

FUSSEl.l., ER.\EM KOHERl lU E. Main St.. l.eRoy, N.Y. 

GALEF, STEVEN ALLEN 17.5 Suundvie« Ave., Wliii.- Plains, N.Y. 

GALEF MCTOR RAY.MONU ,... 17.") Soundview Ave., Whih- Plains NY. 

G\LT. MAKTLX EPI.ER, III 34 Log Cabin Dr., I .lJio- 2\. Mo, 

(iAMHEK. BKICE RICHARD 4212 We,-,tview Rd., Baliio ■ i:^.. \1>L 

(;\\I\L 1 1 WIS W AMS 105 Wiebe Ave., Siiailnrd. Co,,,,. 

(.\l!i;ill Kii\\l|i LEWIS B.jx 270, BatesLurg, S.C. 

(.\l;ll\l l; ll;l \n|i, jr. ..Apt. J-I201. Arlington Towers, .\rIington 9, Va. 
I, \HKI.|MI\ iliW IN PORTER. JR. 

80 N. M..]il- Si.. n.,~ki„^ Ri<lge, N.J. 

GARRETT, FLOYD BRUCE .5281 M..-., lid. \|. ,„|,l,,, 17, Tenn. 

GARVER, DAVID NEWTON, JR. .. 10073 Erhn ||,ll- h, . It,, , k-ville, Ohio 

GAY CH.ARLES EDWARD. IV 31 Ea»i 18 St., Savannah, Ga. 

GAY GORDON BERTRAM 

50.30 Loughboro Rd., N,W., Washington 16, D,C. 

GAY, OSIE HURLEY', JR 13-C Hillside Terrace, Lexington, Va, 

C h K \l \ II K W ATKINS Falls Rd., Brooklandville, Md. 

CI IK nWIII AARON, III 102 Greenbriar Rd., Spartanburg, S,C. 

(;i,ISii\ MEAN 7908 Glen Oak Rd., Elkins Park 17, Pa, 

GIBSIIN D.WID LAWRENCE Oakton, Va, 

GILBERT. PAl L ALFRED 11711 Canton Place, Studio City, Cal. 

GILI.ETT JdNATHAN NEWELL 21 Mount Joy Ave., Scarsdale, N.Y. 

GILLLM, RALPH LEE 406 Railroad St„ Milton, Fla. 

GILMORE, PARK 36 Locust Ave. Lakeside Park, South Fort Mitchell, Ky. 

GIRARD JOLYON PITT 125 Central Ave., Rye, New York 

GLEXX, FRANK OLIVER, HI Long Beach, Wash. 

CI I \U I lloNI \S I ^ LER 3512 Centenary Dr., Dallas 25, Texas 

cnin^ll l\ liivM'H LEONARD .... 1205 Second Ave., Kingstree, S.C. 

(;(i\/\ll/ I III \lll)() DAMASO 2735 St. Paul St., Baltimore, Md. 

(.(i(H)K. nil ll\KI) TERRELL 4656 Miron Dr., Dallas 20, Texas 

CDdllWIN. RDBERT ROY .3026 Bransf,.rd Rd.. Augusta, Ga, 

G(1(I|)\V1\ THOMPSON WEST 28.30 Wiltim R,l.. Roanoke, Va. 

I.OO/I1. loKI I EK 1775 N. Portal Dr., N.W., Washington 12, D.C. 

(;oll|Mi\. \l\l l!|( I KIHIiY. II .... 8.34 Homewood Dr., MadisonviUe, Ky. 

COKIKIX K \-i \liiMi n |;K. JR Old Court Rd., Pikesville 8, Md. 

(.o|;|io\ i;|i||\Kli IIMH.N. Ill .. 320 Riverside Dr., New York 25, N.Y. 

(.OIIMW. |oM I'll DAMEl 1909 Westminster Rd., Charlestoo, S.C. 

(.ol;in. IWil^ \ . Ill .ill Brentwood Dr., Carrcroft, Wilmington 3, Del. 
(.osN\|\\ i.lnlit.i WILLIAM, JR. 607 Sunnyside Dr., Louisville 6, Kv. 

(,ol ll.\, W II I IWI MOMiOE 670 Sweetbriar Rd., M,-mphi=, Tenn. 

I.KMIE. Ml \\ II \ I II \\\ AY, JR. .. 4109 Franklin St., Kr„.,„i;i"n. Md. 

i.i; Ml \\l Ji>ll\ \IM;I HI 111, ill 708 River .\>r , Koiii.. C,,. 

Cl; W I. ( II M:I I ^ UIDt.KLY 29 Primrose St., Chew Cha-r 1,5. \l,l. 

(.IIWI^, I III olioKK WILLIAM, JR Burke, Va. 

Cl; \V IIIWK \I\D1S0N, JR, ..1626.44th St., N.W., Washington 7, D,C. 

i.li Ml. (,l i; M II III LL 522 Elm St., Winnetka, III. 

GRA\, WTLLLWi FREDERICK, JR 1414 Kent St., Durham, N.C. 

GREEN, EUGENE WII.I.AKD 2.326 Andover Rd„ Columbus 21, Ohio 

GREEN, JAY CHARLES 3018 Pembridge Ave,, Baltimore 15, Md. 

CREF\. THOMAS lloHIUNS 4 Berkley Lane, St. Louis 24, Mo. 

i;i;l I Nl r.MIII'l MIIN 9 Dan Lee Terrace, Martinsville, Va. 

Cllll li. M N\l I II I |l\\ \R|) P.O. Box 109, Marion Va. 

(.UNI IN, KIliK M'lilSoN 3122 Overton Dr., Birmingham 9, Ala. 

I.IIICf:^ imiN 1 l)\\ \R1). Ill .. 903 Cl...verdale Rd., Montgomery 6, Ala. 
(.l;i\l'-oN 1;MI;|i >\\F0RD 3313 Devon Rd., Hope Valley, Durham, N.C. 

l.l;o(.\N. DWin KOBERT .520 Westminster Ave., Swarthmore, Pa. 

(.l;o\ I , ll^-l I:M!RETT, III Route 2, Box 230, Vienna, Va. 

(.l:l l:i;, i ll Mil I ^ \r.AN 8 E. Schuyler Rd., Silver Spring, Md. 

1. 1 II II, ^1 I I'll I N l,\ES 3237 N. Virginia, Oklahoma City, Okla. 

GLLH.k. JUILN NYE, JR Rd. 4, Somerville, N.J. 

GU-MMEY, CHARLES FRANCIS, JR. 2311 Ridgway Rd., Wilmington 5, Del. 

GUTSHALL, CHARLES LEE Hot Springs. Va, 

GWINN, D.AVID BYRD 528-llth Ave. Huntington, W,Va. 

GWINN, JAMES ANDERSON, JR 528.11th Ave., Huntington, W.Va. 

HAEBERLE, .MARK GIRARD .502 Etna St., Russell, Ky, 

HAGESTAD, DOUGLAS DEAN 234 Mulberry Dr., Metairie, La, 

HAGUE, JAMES DONALD, JR. 

765 Shelley Rd., East Oak Forest, Charleston, S.C. 
HAGUE, JAMES LINDLEY 

106 Brandvwine Blv.l., Edgewood Hills, Wilmington 3, Del. 

HALEY, JAMES WILLIAM, JR 4365 N. 26th St., Arlington 7, Va. 

HALLY, JOHN MELVILLE 

Claremont Grove, Alloa, Clackmannanshire, Scotland 

HAMVIOND, LYNN RHEA, HI 301 Cassell Lane, Roanoke, Va. 

HAMNER ROBERT WILLIAM 19 Carolan Ave., Hampton, N.H. 

lUMPTON. KIM l,\n!IN 3200 Hanover, Dallas, Texas 

II \Ni III K, li; \ I KiNI I , HI Creeds, Va, 

II \Ni o( K, s| I nil N III NN 56 W. Beaver, Morocco, Ind, 

ll\Nkn l;ol',li;i jiaiN 20 Pleasant Hill Rd., Owings Mills, Md. 

II \N^I I , l;l N| WIIN I! I NEK, II Monterey, Va. 

II \N^I N I'l III; I i; \M I! 125.A Stelle Ave., Plainfield, N.J. 

II\N>M\, I i;|i ^11 I'll IN 516 Crescent Ave., Glenside, Pa. 

II Mil III i; I, II II IN I'M \n.H, JR. 10 Cherry Tree Rd„ Loudonville, N.Y. 
II MlliW II K, I II Mil 1^ ( IIEEVER, III .... 825 5th Ave., New York, N.Y, 
IIMinWIi K, JOHN IIM;oI.D, jr. .. 2.531 TophUl Rd., Louisville 6, Ky. 
HAKDWICK. PEAKt.E DOWNTON .>436 N. Hollywood, Milwaukee 17, Wis. 
HARDWICK, SCOTT ROBERT 2.325 E. Newton Ave., Milwaukee 11, Wis, 
HARE, DUDLEY, JR 35 Onondaga St., Rye, N.Y. 



IIAKGON. M.RAE 1317 Willow Bend Blvd., Houston .35, Texas 

HARMON. NORRIS ALLEN RidgeKeld Farm, Danville. Ky, 

HAKREI.L. GEORGE THOMAS, HI 907 N.W. 21 Terrace, Gainesville, Fla. 

IIARRINGION. CAI.MN TRACY 806 N. 6th Ave., Pensacola, Fla. 

HARRIS, WIL.MOT Ll.lL IS, JR RD 1, Wheeling, W.Va. 

HART. CHARLES CALDWELL 1 Stamm Lane, Wheeling, W.Va. 

HART. ROBERT DANIEL JR 601 N. 19th Ave., Pensacola, Fla. 

HARTGKO\E, RICHARD CLAUDE 801 Plaza, Big Lake, Texas 

HARTLEY. JAMES ALAN RR 2, Box 278, St. Charles, Illinois 

HARVEV GEORGE ft ILKINS, JR 2312 Ardson Place, Tampa 9, Fla. 

HAK\EV, RALPH OSBORN, III .. 2013 Berkley Dr., Wichita Falls, Texas 
HAWTHORNE. HENRY CLAIBORNE JR. 

2225 Spring Garden Dr., Bluefield, W.Va. 

HAYES, EDGAR PAUL 1420 Deyerle Rd., Roanoke, Va. 

HEAD, CHARLES SU.VINER, III ,. 17 Kingsbury Rd., Garden City, N.Y. 
HEAD, JAMES WILLIAM, III ... 1931 38th St., N.W., Washington 7, D.C. 
HEARTBURG. LAWRENCE MASON 

1232 South 41st St.. Birmingham 5, Ala. 
HEINZERLIXG. JOHN ZEXoR 3718 Chev>- Chase Dr., Houston 19, Texas 

HELI MAN. SWII Kl lUMNi 621 East 8th St., Chandler, Okla. 

HEXDKKMiN. EKKIIKKK K ION. JR 303 Crescent Dr., Troy, Ala, 

HENDERSON, JA.MES MICHAEL 4332 Stanhope, Dallas, Texas 

HENLEY, ROBERT WHEELWRIGHT, JR. 

8104 River Rd., Richmond 29, Va, 
HENRY, HOWELL KIRKLAND, JR. ..6837 Woodstock, Fort Worth, Texas 

HENRY, MICHAEL AMOS 56.59 Candlewood, Houston 27, Texas 

HENRY. STEPHEN MOSELY 2.301 Jasmine St., Monroe, La. 

HENSHAW. HARRY PRESTON. Ill 

2975 Falmouth R,l.. Shaker Heights 22, Ohio 
HERMAN, RICHARD MARTIN .. 13 Wrlwvn R,l.. Great Neck, L.I., N.Y. 

HERNDON, MICHAEL NEIL 120 R,.s,..lale Ave., Thomasville, Ga. 

HESS, JOSEPH EUGENE 1141 WiUiams Ave., Deerfield, IlL 

HESTER, GEORGE LOUIS 1308 Northview Rd., Baltimore 18 Md. 

HIBBARD, STEPHEN TODD 40 Colt Rd.. Pittsfield. Mass. 

HICKAM. GEORGE LINDSAY Box 638, Pulaski, Va. 

HICKKNjool'KR. SMITH, III 2556 Observatory Rd., Cincinnati 18, Ohio 

HlCkn, IWI IS CHARLES, JR 1329 Hodges St., South Boston, Va, 

HIEMI N/. I iil'K 5100 Huntington Ave., Newport News, Va. 

HILKKR. JOHN EDWARD 320 Old Orchard Lane, York, Pa. 

HILL, LEONARD IIOIGLAS. JR 309 E. 20th St., Buena Vista, Va. 

HILTON, tt 11,1,1 \M LAWRENCE, JR. 5419 South Arthur, Spokane, Wash. 

HIPP, WILI.IA.M HAYXE 33 W. Avondale Dr., Greenville, S.C. 

HITCH. JAMES KARRICK. II 504 N. Bailey, Fort Worth 7, Texas 

HOBBS, EDWARD PADDOCK 238 S. Main St., New Canaan, Conn, 

HOLDEN, HUGH WARREN 302 Riverside Dr., Newport News, Va. 

HOLLADAY. HAROLD LAKE . . .3686 Walnut Grove Rd., Memphis, Tenn. 
HOLLADAY, RICHARD GORDON JR. 

3686 Walnut Grove Rd., Memphis 11, Tenn. 

HOLLAXn, HENRY D.AVIS 215 Ross Rd., Richmond 26, Va. 

HOLLAND. ROBERT GRAY 1519 Fort Hill Dr., Richmond 26, Va. 

HOLLHIAY. JOSEPH WILLIAM FIELDS Galivant's Ferry, S.C. 

H0L1\1\X. KI)\V\R1I HOTTES 5 Juanita Place, Belleville, 111. 

HOI I iiMiiN. \ \N MIN 3839 Windsor Lane, Dallas 5, Texas 

HOI Ml ^ I l)\\ Mill W \RREN, JR Box 166, Winona, Miss. 

HONLs, I.I iiKi.l I |i\\ ARD. Ill Eagle Rock, Va. 

HOOTON. HENKY l'\KKER WILLIS .. 86 Warren Place, Montclair, N.J. 

HOPKINS. W \KKEN PRESTON 117 S. Ashland Ave.. LaGrange, l\\. 

HORNUKKGKK. RON\LD 3761 Willowick, Houston 19, Texas 

HOKION I \ MI'S HOY 617 Debaugh Ave., Towson 4, Md. 

HOI i.llliiN, i;i;i I I IHOMPSON 16 Glen Ridge Lane, Pittsburgh 16, Pa. 

HOW I , I \MI ^ I I W 1^. HI 4925 Saul St.. Apt. 19, Philadelphia, Pa. 

HOWSON, JoSI I'll POTTS 27 Wistar Rd., ViUanova, Pa. 

HOYT, JLSTUS (I I \l I \N|) 19 Mansfield Ave,, Darien, Conn. 

HUBBARD, ALBEKI i li \\\ I oKD, JR. 1106 Barton Circle, Greenville, Del. 
HUBBARD, ALLEN H II EK ( AMPBELL WALSH 

P.O. Box 90, Lake Wales, Fla. 

HUFFMAN. DONALD WISE 604 Marshall. Lexington, Va. 

HUGHES WARREN BRITTON. JR. .5025 Allan Rd.. Washington 16, D.C. 

HULBERT, MARTIN EUGENE 4109 Crescent Rd., Lynchburg, Va. 

HULBERT, MATTHEW HAROLD 419 Crescent Rd., Lynchburg, Va. 

HUMPHREYS WILLIAM CRAWFORD. JR. 

464 S. Greer St., Memphis, Tenn 

HUNT, JOHN Wll MONT 1203 Community Lane, Midland, Texas 

HURTT SI I W \ K I MINOR 207 Patuxent Rd., Laurel, Md. 

HUSSEY, Sll I'lll N i;\LE 1135 Edwards Rd., Cincinnati 8, Ohio 

HUTCHINSON Wll I l\M BUTLER 1940 Lewis Lane, Highland Park, 111. 

HUTZLER M \ IN IlICi AXT, II 4111 Park .Ave., Richmond 21. Va. 

HYATT, JAMI ^ I'lil XdTT 120 Lee Rd., Garden City, N.Y. 

HYATT. JE1!K\ IIEKBERT Damascus, Md. 

HYDE, \NDREW CORNWALL Deer Park, Greenwich, Conn. 

HYMAN. DAVID LYNN 2523 Carolina Ave., Louisville, Ky. 

lACOXE WALTER SCOTT 12.55 S. Hamilton Dr., Arlington, Va. 

IDE KO\ Wll 1,1AM, III 411 W. Broad, Statesville, N.C. 

IXGLI.S. WILI.IA.M White Marsh, Va. 

IRELAXD, TLMOTHY GILES 733 Mineola Ave., Akron, Ohio 

l\EY. JAMES WINSTON, II ..25 \'an Buien Ave., West Hartford 7, Conn. 

JACKSON, BRUCE HALLIDAY 1299 Main St., Newington 11, Conn. 

JACKSON, DONALD ELDREDGE, HI 99 President Ave., Providence, R.I. 
JACKSON, FROST BURCHARD 

Chicken Valley Rd., Locust Valley, L.I., N.Y. 
JAHNCKE, HERBERT GRANT, JR. ..3 Bamboo Rd., New Orleans 24, La. 
JAMES, GEORGE SHEARMAN. HI 

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JOHNSON. ( tUHI.KS CI.IDDfN 
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JiMIN.soN, I II \I,KAY . 
JIIIINSON. HI I'HKT HARKIS , . 
JiillNSON. SIPNEY GEORGE. II . 
JlUINsroN. ALLAN HASTINGS 
JollNSION. W'ATKINS COOK. JK 
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JONES. FRANK IIENDKIN 
JUNES. IIAR\ EY ELLIS IK L'l Kir 
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JONES. JOHN \ERNON .. 
JONES. KENNEFH RANTER. JR. 
JONES. I.OLIS LINDl EY III 
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JONES. RICH \R|i .^J'OKFS 
JONES. W Mill K \N|ioI,I>H 
JORDAN. WILLIAM HR'i \N JK 
JULIAN. WILLIAM ALENANDER 
JUNG. LOYLE SH\NNON . 
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7 R.-il Oak R,l. Rmriwill,. N Y 

. 2K0.T Gran.lin R,l.. Cin.innali 8. Olii.i 
78 H..l,alt Av,-.. SI1..1I Hills. N.J. 

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72l.-> H..n.-M>,-ll Lan,. Ii.-lli,-,la II. M,l 
810 M.iin Si. Cantcn Ga 

i^-uav Hr.. Short Hill> Slu.. M.>l,ile,' Ala. 

Car:.-,- RiL. Prim-i-l.m N J 

.. Gn.iiliHvs ll„u.,., Williamsburg Va. 

23 Oak Ri.lce RiL. De.atur. Ill 

.. 6JI S,.utIiKfkl RiL. Slimfpnrt La. 

P.O. Box .m. Canlc.n, Ga. 

1210 E. 19:h St., Tuka. Okla. 

B-,x .S09. Warrenhin. \ ., 

.. 2736 Gt-,.rgr-.s Lane, Alexandria. La 

. . P.O. Bmx 67.38, Sun AnMnio 9 Texa- 

Rn-ale 2. Frankfo'rt, Kv. 

231)6 Allien Si.. Alexamlria la 



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. . 150 Swing Lane. L,.ui>viIIe 7. Kv. 
'M8 N. BarkMlale. .Memphis 7. Tenn 
1801 Ti.pping R,l.. Si. I.,,:n- 31, M,. 



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EANNAPELL. JWIES Dol GLAS 
KANTOR. ,\LLYN l»A\II) . 
EARN. KOBFKJ' BURNS III . 
KAUF.MANN, LOUS WILLIAM JK. 

22 S, 
KEATING, .YIICHAEL PATRICK . 
KEECH. MILTON I \WRENCE JR. 
KEENS, WH I I \M (11 \l!l ES -,, „ ^,. 

KEESEE, TIloM \v \|, M \ZIE JR. 81 E. Chieka^aw Pk 
KELL, CHKISIOI'III 1; M, CAELUM 

1« King's Highway, East, Ha,l,l„nhel,|. N.J 
KELL. ROBERT ANTHONY .. 19 King's Highway. East, lla,I,li,nn,-l,l. N.J 



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KELLEY. EDMOND MORGAN, JR. .83 Welles l)r N,n, 

KELLY, RICHARD LEE II.--, MarhurtTi Av,- t, 

KENNEDY, ROBERT PAITERSON, JR. .. B,,v 1871 'in 

KENNEDY. WALLACE WALTER 

266!. Ri,lg,m,.ie R,l.. N.W 
KENT. ROBIN SEYK .. 
KERCHNER. BARRY WHITNEY 
KERR. EDWIN LEWIS 
KESTEN. GEKM.Ii I IE ,. 747 W 

KETCHAM. Rol.li; | 1 o\|( \|i 
KIDD. WILMol HIi.i.lX.s m 
KIDWELL. El i.KNE KA'i MoND 
KIELY. JOHN \KTHUR .... 
KILLEBREW. IIAMD STERLING 
KILPATRIC. JIMMY GAINES . .. 
KILPATRICK, ANDREW CARROLL 
^.,„„^,, ^ ^2.38 -13nl St.. N.W., Washingtiin 16. D.C 

KIMBELL. CHARLES DAWSON 70.5 Crestvie-w Plaee. West Lafayette, Ind 



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B„x 748, Delan,l, Fla. 

. 829 W„rlh Blvd., P,.ltst,.wn, P,, 
... HE. Ridge. RidgeheM. C.nn. 
. _Penn St.. Long Beach, L.I.. N.Y. 

'701 N, Union, Independence, M,i. 

Box .56.5, Ogunquit, .Maine 

Rt. 1, Box 15, Princeton. W.Va. 

1700 Eisenhower Dr., Vicksburg, Miss. 

Bvfield Lane, Greenwich, Conn. 

319 Second Ave., West., Cullman. Ala. 



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KING. l;ii\ Mil I I .s| I 1; 
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KINSEV. BILL H \\ W 
KIRK, JOHN M.Mi.KI , 
KIRKLEY. JOHN II MiKI 



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,.. 3819 Albemarle. Drexel Hill. Po 

809 Randall St., Gadsden, Ala 

103.D Suburban Pkv., Norfolk 5, Va 
.. Cook- Vall,-v Dr.' Kingsporl, Tenn 
,. 106 Spruce Si.. Washington, N.C 

.. 1602 Linw 1 Av,-.. Flint 3. Mich 

,.,...„- — ..> Dclhvood Dr.. N.W.. Atlanta 5, Ga 

I tJ^Sni^i" '■ ' " ' ^'•■''"' ■' -^"^"P- I" 204 .Morris Ave., Lulherville, M,l 
KNEIPPER. Rli II Mill K I I IH 

;,-L 812 S. Taniiami Dr.. Port Charlotte. Fla, 
11 Mona.lnock Rd., Worcester. Mass, 

102 W . .Maple St., Nicholasville. Ky. 

191 Lawn Crest Rd., New Haven 15, Conn. 

Potnmas T,iwers. Arlington. Va. 

-It Corner. North Kalmoulh. Mas-. 



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KNIGHT. DAVID ( (IRNWMI 
KNIGHT. HENKV 111 D.SoN . 
KORMAN. HOWARD IRA , . . 
KOWALSKI. JERRY ALVLN .. 
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KOZHAYA, FRANCISCO LUTFAl.LAH 

P.O. Box 233. I.ugue (Y). Kscohedo. Guayaquil. E,:ua,l 



KOZLIK. JOSEPH WILLIAM 
KRALL. FREDERICK JOSEPH 
KRAMER. PETER MARTIN 
KRATZIG. PAI L GAKKLUL 
KREITLER. RICHVKD KO(;EKS 
KROOK, THOMAS .MARSHALL 
KROOS. ARTHUR GUSTAVE, III 



. 91 Lakeview St., River Edge, N.J 
. . . . 1-04 N. Main St.. Kendallville. In, I 
1131 N. Columbia St.. Millclgeville. Ga. 

801 Ana,|Ua. \i,l,iria. Texa-. 

. 205 Ilighlan,l Av,-., .Short Hills, N.J. 
... 570 Park Ave,. New York 21, N.Y. 

226 .Michigan Ave., Sheboyg 



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L\N<;. KICHAKI) LEWIS 

1 \NII\M. LESLEY M, \ N 

I \P1S. MELMN JAY .. 

I \KSKN. CHKISJIAN ANDREW. JR. 

car,- ,.f Slanilar,! \acuuni Oil C,, Maiiil.i Pliilinoin,- 

I.ASHER. JEFFERY DRAKE .1,30 East 86 St. ' New Y,',rk 28 N Y 

LASSMAN. MALCOLM ,3731 Mapl,- Av- Brooklvn 21 NY 

LATHBURY. \ INCENT TIBBALS, III 502 Walnut I an;. S , tl nif, e Pa' 
LAWRENCE. PETER lIUTtTllN.soN , Box 75'Kin„ u'-or'e Va' 

U\WRENCE. RICHARD LEE 3ri-J \|l,.n,l ,le St "r„,„„l,.' vV 

LEBEDEV, GREGORI :,; Clive 11,11- 'r,!' 'm, ,,',,!„ \) '' 

LEDBETTER. JAMES FRANKLIN ,3701 N W l-i,„ k s, ■\/i,,!! ' 7 v,' 

LEE. JOHN PENN 2020 K,i,.|| d K,l K,:„„ k ,-' \\ 

LEE. ROBERT EDWARD ' ""■""''^'- ^ ''■ 

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LEE. ROBERT ERNE.ST. Ill 6201 Mclba .Ave Woo.llan,! Hill-' ( ,1' 

LEE, WALTER HUTCHISON, JR 206 S. Br„.„l Si Mobil,- n' Del 

LEE. WlillWI D\MNEY SAUNDERS 2020 Knollw„„d R,l R,,an,.k,-' \ ,' 

LFK. W II I I \ M 11 I SWORTH 1903 Olvinpia "ll, u- ,!n T,-v' : 

iL(,(.. JWIls SMIIII, JR 117 Fairlawn W'Vh't.-r Grov,-- I'y Mo 

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IMII.i:\(H. UK IIVKIl KENT .518 Argyle Dr. Fall- ( hui, I,' \ 

IFIGIl. Will IWI lEWIS. JR R„J,e 1 (l,„,,ll'\ 

LEMON. PHII IP IH NRY ' " ' ii.oihih. \, 

I ION \Kli, 11 (,l Nl \NDRF\S 

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I IV UK., s| \NLEY MILTON JR 
IN I Ll I . W II.I.IAM C\TLETT j'l 
LLIJI E. JOE IIOLLIS. IK. 
LIUII K. MK HM:| FKEDERK K II 



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. .. 900 Palmer R.L. Br..nvMll, N Y 
.. l)elan,-y Valh-v R,l.. Gl,-n \nii. M,l, 

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2 Fair Hill Rd.. W.-il„-l,l N I 

709 S. Overh.ok Dr. AI,-\aM,lr,a \a 
, 410 E. Walnut St.. G,.M-l...r.,. N.C. 
2 Watch Hill Rd.. St. L..ui- 21 M,. 
.. 917 S. Market St.. 0|.el,,„-as'. I,, 

1.575 West St.. M,.bil,-. ,\la, 

Arabella St. New Orl,-,,iis If, 1 . 



Ll\ INCsiiiN |;|, IMKD M, FEKKIN ,125 N Ri,hm,.n,|St ( |„,.|.,, \, 
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LOWKV. W 11,1.1 \M BKVAN. JR. 1123 E. Walker Dr. Ilobhs N.,„ '\l, v„ , 

, NDV. JOHN CANDOR 810 VallamonI Dr. Wil'liaMis|...rl V. 

,1 ICKEN. I.YIE AKJHUK 313 \l,-,c,-r St. Hi..|,i.i,.w n N I 

Ll HV. THOMAS GODFREY 121 E. Ordia'r.l PI. P,-„ri'a III 

L1l!\,sS, llloM\s MOI NTAIN ,. IHiy Winds,.r Pla,-,- Ja, ksonvilb- 5 'fI 1 
L>N( 11, III NJWIIN P.ARKOTT. JK. 106 Wak,- Forest Rd P.,rlsm,.utli Va 



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.3719 11,1 M„„i,. D,.. II. „„,,,„ p, -IVxas 

.... W.....I Ibis R,|.. ll,|t,,n 11,..„L S.C. 

209 E. .\1,-Phers„n Av,-.. Finillay. Ohio 

181 Pinetree Dr.. N.E., Atlanta 5 Ga. 

P.O. Box 74, Craddockville, Va. 

... 40 Penhur-t Park. Buffalo 22. NY. 

402 Main St.. Laurel, Mi. 

.320 duPonI Ave. .Staunton. Va. 

... U-E Davidson Park. Lexington. Va. 
. 5,335 Orduna Dr., Coral G.ibl,-, Fla. 



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MiASHAN, SAMUEL MAURICE 
McBRIDE, JAMES WILLIAM .. 
NLBKIDE. PAUL GORDON . . 
M, BRINE. W 11,1,1 \\1 ROBERT 
M,( Al.EH. EDWIN PHILIP ... 

M,(:,\R4in. DANIEI 

NbCENEY. JAMES BOWIE 

M,lT,l Ni;. JAMES WARWICK .... 
.M,CLLNG, JOHN KENDALL. JR. .. 
McCLURE, DONALD HUTSON 
M,COLLU.M, RICHARD HERBERT 

1201 Washington Av,-.. S.E., Charle-t,.n I, W.\., 
.M.CORD. CHARLES THOMAS. Ill .. .3280 Calumet Dr. Shreveport La 

M.COKI). MK HALL SHERMAN .3280 Calumet Dr. Shreveport" La 

M.COV. JOHN DWID 3 Evcrgri-en Trail. Sterna Park.'Md 

\I,(JOV. PAI 1. BOWL 3 F.v,-rgn-,-n Trail, Severna Park, Md 

-M.DANIEL. JOHN MILLON. Ill B,.x 166. In.lian Ei.d.l Farm Pineville Pa 

M,DAN1EL. JOSEPH STITES. HI 72 Hunilev Circle Dover ' Del 

M, DAVID. THOMAS PA ITON .... 101 L„ngwo,„l R,!.' Baltimore lo' Md 

M,|)oWIII. hoi CI \S i:i80 Gilbert Rd. Meadowbrook Pa 

SI. 1 N \1 n, l:l( 11 M.'li W0LCOT1' .. ,3909 Tn-nt Pin,- Dr New Bern NC 
\'.F\oM Hill (,1 \s spK^CER .... It Wordsworth R,l.. Short Hills', N.J, 
SI. FMI, HON Mil Ml I KY .... 1902 Staunton Ave., Clmrlest,in L W Va 
\l.i-ll I IN. JOHN (.li;\IN. HI .. HU McGirts Blvd., Jack.sonville 10, Fla, 

SI. (.((WIN. I MH SI\SoN. JK Chapman Ala 

\l''-l 11:1, KolllKl LHSSARD 69 Rock Rd., Glen K„, k^ N.J. 

S1,K\V SKNol.l) HI KDICK .300 Defen-e Ave ,San,|-ion V, 

SbKISI. WILLIASI MORTON, JK 718 Myrtle Rd., Cliarl,--i„ii SVSa' 

SBKINNLS. JOHN 1 OOPER 245 ilu,l-on Av,-. Ncwaik Ohio 

Sl.KlNNON. FLOSD SVINGFIEI.D .... 17 Ch,-dwortli Rd. .S,-ar-dalc NY 

McLEOD. ALAN MARSHALI 100 'nn-kah,,,- Blvd. Kichmon'd Va' 

M,-,\IANUS, WALTER LEONARD, JK. .. 1209 Bov.-e Av,-..' Rnxton 4 Md' 



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McNAB, GKEGUKY RUST. JR I Ilam|,i. 

McNEACE. LEWIS BARNHART. JR. 

4.S22 \Vmi.I.iI.- A».' 
\I,NEESE. THOMAS DWYER 60:i W . Fii.ii I u. k L.11 

\rr\EW. HlCtl DONALD. JR LIUU Lattimu,, 

\LIHKNL\. ANDKhW WOLFE, JR. 



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\LIL EDWARD ILS S. D.-Uiwar 

KK IIHBOI RG GAILLARU, JR. 

2520 Healhenm.or R.L. l!ii i,ii,i;;l.arii Li Ala. 
WIIIIWI liRYMER 

La Claire Apis.. 21UU l!i..a.l Si.. St-lma. Al.i. 
MaiDONALD, RRICE RAY.MOND .... 19.50 Wiii.l-..r R.I.. Pi-Iersburg, Va. 

MACE, JERRY RA.NDALL Fairfield. \ a. 

MacKENNEY. WILLLAM BERKELEY, III 

408 RunnyiiK-df Ave.. Jenkinloivn, Pa. 

MacKENZlE. IAN RODRICK 22.S Indian Rd.. Palm Beach, Fla. 

MacLAURIN. JOHN DUNCAN Sturbridge, Mass. 

MacMURTRIE PETER GEORGE 2U Getzville Rd.. Buffalo 20, N.Y. 

M.\CON. PHILIP FREDERICKE JAMES 

2891 Howell Mill Rd.. Allanla .i. Ga. 

MADISON, GEORGE FLOOD .371 W. Hi.kory, Bastrop. La. 

ON mllN Mil K. JR 403.5 Baltimore St., Shreveport, La. 

11 1 Wll ^ ^1 li \\\ BRIDGE. IV .. 9.30 Cowper Dr., Raleigh, N.C. 

MAGI HAM/ I \K1 ll.KnME 722 West Dr., Memphis, Tenn. 

\IANM\i. |ii||\ LAWRENCE. JR. 517 .N. Jackson St., Arlington 1, Va. 

IN lUNIKL LEE 5 Oakdale. Martinsville. Va. 

IN KOllKKT HUNTER -Northwoods," Route 2, Charlottesville, \ a. 

MARCH milN PERCY 4847 Vista del .Monte, El Paso, Texas 

MARCH \N!. KIKEORD ARMSTRONG. JR RFD 2. Sterling, Va. 

MARIliN kl NNl IH ANDREW Route 3. Blounlville. Tenn. 

.MARkllAM Jl IIAN ELMO. JR 318 Fairmont Dr., Sebring, Fla. 

MARKSTEIN. DANIEL HARRY. HI .. 2201 Crest Rd.. Birmingham, Ala. 
.MARMION, WILLIAM HENRY, JR. 

27.30 Avenham Ave., S.E., Roanoke, Va. 
MARSHALL, JOHN FREDERICK, JR. 

2220 Chimnev Rock, Houston 27. Texas 
MARTIN, HOWARD WOODROW, JR. . . 140 Cedar Lane, Lvnnhaven, Va. 
MARTIN, JACK CORNELIUS, JR. ... 409 Hiawatha Trail, Frankfort, Ky. 

MARTIN, JOHN ASHBY 322 Corlies .\ve., Pelham, N.Y. 

MARTIN, KENNETH DOUGLAS .. .56 Woodland Ave., Fort Thomas, Ky. 

MARX, ALAN LEE 2266 Henry, .Memphis 8, Tenn. 

MASINTER, ARNOLD PHILIP .... 905 Scotts Hill Dr., Baltimore 8, ;\Id. 

MATHEWSON, ROBERT WILLIA.M Route 1, Lvndonville, N.Y. 

M.\TTHEWS. WILLIAM MALLOY 

7800 Persimm.m Tree Rd., Belhesda 14, Md. 
MATTINGLY. RICHARD VINTON, JR. 

3701 Cumberland St. 
MAURRAS, SIDNEY WALTON 816 S. Greenw 
MAYNARD, ELLIOTT CHARLES LITTLE 33 Tremont St., Portland, M, 

MEEKS, LARRY MAURICE 608 Brookwood Dr., Thi.maston, Ga 

MEE.M, HARRY CLORIVIERE, III Dickerson. Md 

MELL, JAMES WINSTON 106 S. Harrison St., East Orange, N.J, 

MELTON, HOW\Kl) Kl GENE, JR Route 2, Box 14.3, Edmond, Okia, 

.MENDELL. JOHN LAWRENCE .... 28 S. Wvnden Dr., Houston 27, Texa- 

.MENDOZA. MiiNSO Garnm .St., Sucre, Bolivia 

MENNKN GKdUGE JEFF Roundtop Rd., Bernardsville, N.J, 

MERSIKKM . HIRAM STIPE, JR 1006 Walnut St., Crossetl, Ark 

MEYEHS. lUW Mil) FOLKS, JR. 3.561 Thomapple Lane, Cleveland 24, Obi" 
.MK;I1\1 1 1,-, \lh HAEL JAMES .. 20 Columbus Ave.. Southbridge, Mass, 

MICHAllM N, liiHN EDW'ARD Cove Rd., Old Greenwich, Conn, 

MICHLi. I;KN|A\1IN peak .325 Maolis Ave., Glen Ridge, N.J, 

MILLER. EDWARD RAYMOND. Ill 

3715 Brooklyn Ave.. Baltimore 25, Md 
.MILLER. RUSSELL BRYAN .... 11214 Lacewood Lane, Houston 24, Texa- 

.MILLINC, KOSW ELL KING 1739 Arabella St., New Orleans, La, 

-MILLS, II )W \i;|) WARREN 293 Jackson Ave., Svosset. L.I., N.Y. 

.MIl.l S, 1 . 1 1; \ 1 1 1 I EE 28 Kay Rd., Portsmouth, Va. 

MILLS, JllIlN M lER Big Spring Farm, Leesburp, Va. 

MISSBACH, GEORGE ELLIOT, JR. 

.36.50 Nancv Creek Rd.. N.W., Atlanta 5, Ga, 
MITCHELL, BARTON STEWART .. 7 Horseshoe Circle. Lutherville. M.l, 

MITCHELL. JOHN HANSON, III P.O. Box 202, La Plata, Md. 

.MITCHKLI . \1EI \IN HAROLD. JR 1816 Arrow Lane, Garland, Texas 

\I01.YNi:\l\. lollN MAJOR 7822 Garden, Shrewsbury 19, .M... 

.\I0N(;EAI . LOl IS BKAUDRY .. 35.30 Bavview Dr., Fort Lauderdale, Fla. 
-MONIER, MICHAEL HARRISON .. 420 Topping Hill Rd.. We,-t(ield. N.J. 

MONSARRAT. Nlc:HOLAS Owenoke Park. Westport, Conn. 

.MONTAGI E. JON \^ ALTER 2125 Bellmcad Rd.. Houston 19. Texas 



N.W.. Washington 16, D.C. 
od Ave., Fort Smith, Ark. 



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MOOKl , 

MOORi 

MOORh. 

MOORE. 

MOORE 



Ml i;^. IIWII) COOPER 

IKil 1 1^ IKWIN 

Hill 1111 N WILLIA.MS 



7106 Pinetree Rd., Richmond 29. \ a 

420 S. Main. Covington, Tenn 

. . . 1826 Arlington Rd.. Roanoke, Va 
1012 Woodland Dr., Brirlgeport, W.Va 

KllNMD WAYNE 212 N. Broadwav. Barbourville. Kv 

nioMAS THORN. JR. .. 1826 Arlington Rd., S.W., Roan.ike, Va 



.MOORE, Wll 1 1 \M KlHIKRTS, JR 524 Delaware Ave., Norfolk, \ a. 

•MOORE, WllllWl W 1! SON Hazlehurst, .Mi". 

MORGAN, (41 \i;i I -. 11; \NCIS 6406 Pratt Ave., Baltimore 12, Md. 

MORGAN, III Wis |;|i HARD 106 W. Preston, Lexing'on, V.i, 

MORRIS. \l \\ HWIH 3460 Waynoka Ave.. .Memphis 11, Tenn. 

\loRK|s. IWlls \l\|in|\l 3517 Garland Ave., Richmond 22, \a. 

.\l(IKK|v(iN. i\\\\> Hiin.MiN. JR. .. Route 3, Box 16.5-.M, Hamni I, La. 

.MORRISON. J. HOLME.S. 907 Chestnut Rd., Charleston 4, W.\a. 

MORROW, CALMN -MEREDITH .. 2616 N.W. 14th, Oklahoma City, Okla. 
MORTON, GEORGE DUDLEY. JR 3131 Somerset St., Roanoke, Va. 



MciSUAl Cll H U HI ANDREW 

521 A North Laclede Sta. Rd.. Webster Groves 19, .Mo. 

.MOSBY. JOHN I.EVBl RN, JR 1631 BelKeld Place, Lynchburg, Va. 

MOSBY, RICHARD TYl.DEN 3224 Rivermont Ave, Lynchburg, Va. 

MOSELEY, WILLIA.M GORDON .. 724 South ,39tli St.. Birniingliam, Ala. 

MOSS BRUCE WINTER Bn.a.l Brook R.I.. Mt. Ki-co, N.Y. 

-MOTTLEV, ROBERT C01RTNE\. .'R. 

1920 Sherwood Ale.. S.W .. Roanoke, Va. 

MOVE. RoliERl JOHN 1812 N. Hollisier St.. Arlington 5. Va. 

Ml 1-1. IN. JOHN HATCH.MAN, III .... 2412 Alton Rd., N.W., Atlanta. Ga. 
Ml NEoRl). DILLARD, JR. 1065 W. Paces Ferry Rd., N.W., Atlanta 5, Ga. 

Ml NKOE. D.WID REID 610 Third St., North Muskegon, Mich. 

Ml N-iON. PAUL LLOYD P.O. Box I. Pittsburgh 30. Pa. 

Ml RPHEY. JOSEPH BLEDSOE .... 1215 S. Walnut St.. Sumner 3, .Miss. 
Ml RPHY. PAUL SPENCER .... 2224 Shades Crest Rd., Birmingham, Ala. 

.MYERS. DA\ID LEE Route 10 Box 603. Roanoke, Va. 

MYERS. MEREDITH WILLIAM .... 100 Country Club Rd., Mobile, .\la. 

NMIFY (I \RFNI F \ AUGHAN. Ill 1524 Riverside Dr., Gainesville, Ga. 

Nl \. CliiKCl \N|I1!1-W. JR 321 N. Henr>- St.. Williamsburg, Va. 

NIIIK.W, IWlls MMOTIIY .. 9.505 Old Spring Rd.. Kensington, Md. 

Nl 1 siiN IKIIHliHk RALPH 213 Drake Rd., Bethel Park. Pa. 

Nl W , M \s(iN I \^ 1 iiR .. Route 5, Box 20, Osborne Pike, Richmond, Va. 

Nl WMIM. IIWII I I I ATUM 1067 Magnolia Curve, Montgomery, Ala. 

Nil Ml.'i 1 it, 1 IMKI KS JOHN 9.327 Ocala St., Silver Spring, Md. 

NOE. LEWIS (.l-K\SON. JR 425 Andover Dr., Lexington, Ky. 

.NOELL, WILLIAM ALFRED. JR 110 Summers St., Bluefield, W.Va. 

NOONAN. PETER KISSEll 1630 Midvale Rd., Springfield, Ohio 

NORFLEET, ROBERT FILL-MORE. JR Woodberrv Forest, Va. 

NORIEGA, WILLIA.M LOUIS 909 Hudson St., Hoboken, N.J. 

NORMAN. JOHN CECIL, JR 102 Wampum Rd.. Louisville 7, Ky. 

NORTHCUTT. WILLIAM ALLEN. Ill . . 8 Woodhill Rd., Louisville 7, Ky. 

NORTON. EDWARD MOW ER. JR 319 Wvnnewood Dr., Butler, Pa. 

NOWLIN. CHARLES SHEPHERD. JR. 1037 Ashland Place, Lynchburg, Va. 
NUNAN. VICTOR EARLE 3 Verona St., Springvale, .Maine 

OGILME WILLIAM BUCKNER, JR. .. 4542 Fairfield Ave., Shreveport, La. 

OJERMARK. GUNNAR PAUL Villa O, Saffle, Sweden 

OKEEFE. -MAURICE TLMOTHY 414 West Dr., Richmond 29, Va. 

OLDHA-M. THEODORE L-VIST 

2717 Rochester Rd., Shaker Heights 22, Ohio 

OLIVER. PHILLIP R.AY', JR 205 Clay St., Blacksburg, Va. 

(II 1\ 1 li Hi \\ l,s. III 2010 Island Dr., Munroe, La. 

iH'l Nil W(Mi|i\i;ii IHIRR 359 Sheffield Ave., Flint 3, Mich. 

(illM.sl;-!. Ill Nin III MESNIL, III .... 97 Warrior Rd., Louisville 7, Ky. 

OSIidRNK K(ii;li;i MiHN 47 Conklin Ave., Peekskill, N.Y. 

OSMENT. Cll Mil I s NIWKiN 103 Cone St., Searcy, Ark. 

OSTERGREN. W I ^1 n Km HE 10 Plaza St., Brooklyn 38, N.Y. 

OSTROFF. EDW.MHi liLNJ.V.MIN .... 2202 Crest Rd., Baltimore 9, Md. 

OUELLETTE GERARD LOUIS 97 Granite St., Berlin, N.H. 

OUTMAN, WILLIAM DELL. II . . . 5831 Osceola Rd., Washington 16, D.C. 

OWEN. ALBERT THOMAS W'yndham Dr., Y'ork, Pa. 

OWEN, JOHN MITCHELL W21 Braddock Rd., Alexandria, Va. 

OWEN, STEPHEN TURNER 722 Monument Ave. Malvern, Pa. 

OWEN, THORNTON WASHINGTON, JR. 

4540 Hawthorne Lane. N.W.. Wa-hinglon 16. D.C. 
OWENS. CHARLES COI N(T1-\IAN 

7106 W. Bcllona Ave. Baltini.Tc 12. M.l. 

PACE. THO.MAS ^N-ilH K. IK 109 East 10th St., Casper, Wy... 

PADDOCK, ROIil 1; 1 \l liiN West Redding, Conn. 

PAGANO. CHAKI I - K(ii;i Kl 206 E. 65th St., New York, N.Y. 

PAi.l Kdl'.IKI I KNKST 112 S. Winter St., Russellville, Ky, 

I'M.I 1; lis I W I I 1 III "Oakland," Beaver Dam, Va. 

I'MNI , Km. I K W \iillE. Ill .3241 Tucker Lane, Los Alamitos, Cal. 

I'\IN I I K, Ml \N K\KER 412 Robin Rd., Staunton, Va. 

P\IN I I K. s|\|ii\ M \RCELLUS. JR 412 Robin Rd , Staunt.m, Va. 

PMMIK IHlNMIl 315 N. Edgewood, LaGrange Park, III. 

P\Kli|N(.lii\- WllllWl ENGLAND 2.39 Barrow St., Houma, La. 

PAREL >li Kill N MK H\KI 2600 South 15th St., Arlington 4, Va. 

PARLE'I I I II MIK^ I I s| II III Pine Valley Rd., RD 1. Oyster Bay, N.Y, 
PARRISH, Kl sM I i \ \| I.HAN .. 2000 Roanoke Ave.. Newport News, Va, 
PARTIN(;i()N. DONALD HERBERT .... 702 South East St.. Culpeper. Va. 
PATERNO, LOUIE ANTHONY. JR. 

423 Highland Ave.. South Charleston 3. W .\ a. 
PATERSON. ALLAN Gl THRIE. JR. 

109 Canterbury Hill. San Antonio 9, Texas 

P\TOV. Ill (HI KIKKI'AJ'RICK. JR. .. .324 Bedford St.. Whitman, .Vlass. 

PATTERSiiN I.MINIT LEVI. II 147 Wooster St., Navarre. Ohio 

PATTON Knl'.IKI KtlYD 1746 Crescent Dr., Springfield, Ohio 

PAUL. CliiKi.l lllsSLER .... 41,30 McGirts Blvd., Jacksonville 10, Fla. 

I' Ml. HUIN \KKiiir 504 S. .Mason St., Harrisonburg, Va. 

l'\-l Nl imiN I I W l,s 1420 Louden Heights Rd., Charleston, W.Va. 

KX'iNK. KiiKIKI I I KIN 219 East Oak St.. Louisville .3, Ky. 

l'\^NIIK >ll \KI KKEH 4307 Wickford Rd., Baltimore 10, Md. 

IM \Ki I I I I.I N I I n\ h K. Ill 6 Vernon Rd., N.W., Atlanta 5, Ga. 

Kl \K|i I I s| II II Will lil\. Ill .... .529 E. Holland Ave., Fresno 4, Cal, 
I'KMlMiN, |lill\ "I 1 Mini I,"!. JR. 2.36 Windmill Point Rd., Hampton, Va. 

KKNH K. KM I, \K NKII Ross Road. Lexington, Va. 

KKIKKS HWin FK\NK.MAN 1408 Oak Hill Ave., Hagerstown, Md. 

I'LIKRS. (.K(IK(H. McAllister Route l, Gardners, Pa. 

I'ETEKS JA.MES LEON 1402 Highland Lane, Delrav Beach, Fla. 

PETTY, \VILLIA.M BALSER. JR 1607 23rd St., Arlington 2. Va. 

PE'ITYJOHN. CLUNET HOLMES. JR. 1.501 Langhorne Rd.. Lynchburg, Va. 



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FKTZOLl). JOHN I'AIL 

PHILIPPS, ALBERT MICHAEL 

P.O. Bi.x 124.S. 317 ,S.E. Tlh Avt-.. Delmv Hia.li. Fl.i. 

PHILLIPPE, GEORGE JAY RHEY .W.5 Highkind Ave. .Mnrl..n P.,. 

PHILLIPS. ROBERT BROUGHTON Pun«,.HMKu.-. \a. 

PINSOE'. LESLIE S 220 Greenleaf Ave.. Wilnu-lte. IIL 

PIPES. SAM WESLEY. IV 26.5 Levert St.. Mobil,.. Al.i. 

PITT. .MICHAEL HERBERT B..x ,3.i8. Route 2. Norlolk. \ ,i. 

POLL.\CK. Dill I.I \N l\\ 401 W.-vlliam Pkwv.. Riclimon.l 26 \ a. 

PORTNOY. All Mil i; IIIIIMAN Box 666, Warrenton \a. 

POWELL. Rlll'.l li I I mm; v. Ill 400 Lee St.. Franklin. Va. 

POWERS. ,l\\ll^ \l\liKI.N 7813 Arflmore Ave.. Baltimore II, Mil. 

POYMU;. l(iH\ \\li|;i;l l l .3OI6 Clu-n.kee Rd., Birmingham 13, Ala. 

FRESInX, ( ll\l;il^ MhllAEL 211 Elm St.. Charleston W,\a 

PRESlO.N, I1.\1;K\ 1 KI.DERICK. Ill 

Apartado Aere.i No. 11.55. Cartagena. Cojoml.i.i 
PRESTON. PETER MURRAY .... 4001 Thornapple St.. Chevy ChaM-. M,l. 

PRESTOX. SAM! EL BRADFORD 70 Pollard Rd. Mt. Lak.-. N.J. 

PRICK. l.KlKl.l W \-.|||M;T0N III 415 Forest Ave.. Spartanburg. S.C. 

PRll 1. WIIIIWI 111! Is, III 211 Crestwood Dr.. Houston 7. Texa. 

PRK.i.LX, i.lJiUi.l III \KV. Ill 5308 W. 83rd St., Prairie Village. Kan. 

PKITCHAKD. KL.sb ALBERT 75 E. Parkway North, Memphis. Tenn. 

PUTNAM, WILLIA.M LEE 90 .Margaret Ave. Tuekahoe 7, N.Y. 

PUTNEY. MACON COBB Box 284, Big Island. Va. 

OLEKEMEYER. HKNHY BAXTER. JR. 

2519 Cornwallis Ave., S.E., Roanoke, \ ,,. 

RADIS, RICH Mill \i\\ 10 Batl.r Terraee. New Haven Conn 

RAINES. THliM \s \li iK 1 1 1\. JR Box 506, Wakefiebl, Va. 

RAINS. THOM \> \l I sii\ \\\ \\. Paees Eerrv Rd. N.W.. Atlanta 5. Ga. 

RAMSEY. JAML> W K.^Li;V. JR Route 1. Greenville. Va. 

RANDOLPH. JAMES KENNEDY Mill Creek Ranch, Azel, Texas 

RAPHAEL, JOHN ALLAN 4016 Bryn Mawr, Dallas 2.5, Texas 

RASLN. ALEXANDER PARKS. Ill 108 Campus Ave., Che.ster. Md. 

R.^TCLIFF, BRUCE ALAN WO-lOlb Ave., Huntington, W.\a. 

RAWLS. E. COTTON. JR 9 Sylvan Rd.. Darien. Co,,,,. 

READING. WENDELL GAY. JR 121 Preston .\ve. I.exinghoi K>. 

HFFIV CH\RLF,S E.. Ill .381 Ce.lar Lane. Suan-., M,,- 

111 I II I.I HUGE DOUGLAS, JR 313 Overhill R,l.. Bali,n,o,,. Ill \M 

mill Iii|l\ FRANCIS .5916 Powhatan ^^.■. Norlolk. \,,, 

III III. liH ll\RD SHARPE 5 Sace IVn.o,-. S. ,,,-,l.,l,-. \,1 , 

liEIDEORD, PHILIP ARTHUK 

121 Hll, I,,,,,- \,Oll, ll.,kl,Mr, ll,,l.l,,o. i:.,„,,,|,, 

REIS, JUD.SON PATTEK.SIIN 10 ll,,„,ks„l, IM, lia,„„ C.,,,,, 

REMINGTON, W II 1,1 \\1 (Mil ... |ian\ lli[;l,,,.,v N.« i ,,„,,,,„ r,o,„ 

KENSHWX. I I \K1M I II :;o:;S I,U,,so„ I rx i,o, \ ., 

REX. LLinil FIIIHIII. l!;„,h.o H.I. \o,(,,lk '<. \,,. 

REYNOLDS. FK,\NkLI\ lllii i MHH .s |K Hn„i, I l!,,„,k„,,il \ ,, 

KEYiNOLDS. JAMES « Mill J2ii W , -i '.ml, si l,„ P., 

REYNOLDS. PETER CRMIWI. JR. 

,505 K,^.r IM. I ,, ,„l.,„,r, e. W , li„, „;;l,,„ ;. 1 1. I 

RHOADS. PAUL KELLY 1224 Gran. I. Western S|„,n;;~ 111. 

RIDEOUT. STEPHEN WARD 6904 Avr Lane. Belhe-,la II. \l,l, 

RIDEOUT. THOMAS PIERCE 6904 Avr Lane. Bethesda II. \l.l. 

RIDER. BRUCE WARWICK 12 Elillside Ave.. Summii. N.I, 

KIDOLPHI. FRED MILLER. JR 53 N..rthw..od Cive. Memphis, l.-nn, 

RIVES. ROBERT MAC Ran.|..|pli-Ma. ..n Acad. Front Roval. \ a. 

ROHERSON. BRI IK IIKEKDl 

1113 W Ir..« Av.-,. \I.Dani.-l Hu,. W ,lm,n(;l..n 3. Del. 

ROBERTS. FLiiMi |in|i,Mi\ JR pi', s. li.-.s,. St.. \l.„i|.l,,-. r,-nii, 

ROBERTS. RICH Mill MWSEIKLII. JR. 

5111 Nahant Si.. \^"as|, ,„-:.,„ Ii.. Ill 

ROBERTS. ■ftllllWI IM JR R..:it,- 1. B..\ 96. \\ ill,.,„.s|.i,it:, \ ... 

ROBERTSON. KIlWAIIIi HI \U\K. JR Route I. i I,, si., , \ ,,, 

ROBERTSON. PAilERSON HENRY P.O. Box .3.542. ,Saras„ia. Fla. 

ROBINS, DOUGLAS NEIL .... 5701-27lh Si.. N.W.. Washingion 15. D.C. 
ROBINSON. DONALD ARLINGTON. JR. 

1266 Faiiw.iv Dr.. Ja, k-.oivill.-. Fla. 
ROBRECHT. RWMiiMi HUBERT. JR. 

911 Sal. hung .U.-.. Plainlol.l. N,J. 

KOETTGER. JIIIIN ll|ll\l\S 236 \l.,,n St.. Gr.en (amp. 111,,.. 

ROGERS. RICHVKD K|l\\ \Rll 1011 M,,r.l.-.- K.I. Coal Cbl.s. Fla. 

RONALDSON. W M KKK liil NC. JK. 

,501 S..ulh llll, St.. li.lt.o, K. .„;;.• 2. L.,. 
MlirKi; |IIHN\I\IK .5615 Ri.lgeheld Rd.. Washingt..n 16. D.C. 

i;iis: Ml Mil KliWkllX Ml W. Hiimpton Rd.. Philadelphia 18. Pa. 

|;iis| 111, II Mill IllllMIS i.ill N. Edgemere Dr.. W.. Allenhnrst. N.J. 

Illis! \|;mii. IIiIIN S \lli\ Hiller,<st, Tn.y. Ala. 

Iliisl \s|i)l K llll IS \NTIIIINY. Ill 1830 Sherw.M.d Rd.. Petersbarg. \ a. 

Iliiss i,.\s||iKR WILIETT .52 Calumet Rd.. L.,uisvill,- 7. Kv, 

Hill I I I II I'lllllP Bl RWELl 735 Pres:on Rd.. Hagerst..wn. \M, 

KiiWK rilVKLKS B\RKER C.urilan.l. \a. 

KOY JOHN PKCKAM 14 River Hill Rd.. Loai-ville 7. K», 

HI b'iN. WILLI \M JAMES 3102 Labyrinth Rd.. Baltim.,re 15. M.l, 

Rl CKKR. LKSI.IK i| \KY. JR 3139 North 18:h St.. Arling!.,n 1. Va. 

RUGG WILLI \\1 KinXkllN 405 East 45 St., Indianapolis .5. In,l. 

RUBLE. RICH Mill UWIII, JR 2201 Edgewood Ave.. Anderson, S.C. 

RUSS innin M I l.^nX H.-v l. Linden St., Svlvan Hills. Holliilayshurg, Pa 
RUSSK'i I Wlllll W IMKSIIN . .,, :',H7 lU.hUi- Ave., L..uisville 7. Ky. 

RUTLKIM.I, s||\| W \LKKK Box 201. Zenith. Wash. 

RUTTKll, liisll'll Wllllll. II ,;l Car.liner St.. Dari.-n. C.nn, 

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SMAKK, JWIKS .STUAKJ' ,. 7121 Park H.aghis Av,-. Baltimore 15 Md. 

S,\lii\lii\. Ill UBERT SIDNEY ,3820 Amherst Dallas Texas 

SWII I, JiillX MARK 8289 Tulane. University City 32, Mo 

SA\I>, IWIIs \i,\c, JR 718 W. Lorust St.. Johns,m City, Tenn. 

SAMil lis. (,| ,i|;c.|.: MA.SON .... .5290 Waterman Ave.. St. Louis 8 Mo 

■"^M'l'. IN Hill III PVTTON. JR 1115 E.asi 6ih St.. Panama Cilv Fla. 

SMIi.l \M, I I iiWKD. Ill Mt. H,.liy. Va. 

SAl Mil lis. KKIIMili KIKSITI. HI .... .538 Lvnn St.. Ridgewood', N.J. 
SAVAGE, ClIAKIls l;i||||ii\ .. HOO Laurel Lane. M.mtgomery 6 Ala. 
SCHAEETER. FRIIH lill K l IIARLES 516 .Marietta Ave.. Swarlhmore Pa 

SCHARNBERG. KiiWIH IIIIVER 214 Vine St. Newport, Ark. 

.SCHILDT. WILLI \\l \M I I UK 120 W. Washingt,in St. Hagerstown, M,i. 
SCIILKSINCEK. \\lll(l\^ llW ID 5729 Northmoor Dr. Dallas .30, Texas 
SldlOKNFEl.D. mil 1,1 \s i;| 111, jK. ... 191,5 Byr.m St., Palo Alto, Cal. 

.-^CIIIiWIM, miW Mill Ml IIFLE. JR 211 Levert Ave.. Mobile M,, 

■-^1 111 mill, lii||\ 14 IKR 210 West Blvd.. Lewisf.wn \l.,nl 

M IIW Mil/ IHiK.I III P\UI 2222 Cambridge Ave.. Lak.laiol Fla 

SCIIII, III llll III llslKK Route 2. Box .57B \Iar-l,ali \a 

SKA>. lllll\I\S IIMilllK. II .... 3109 Circle Hill Rd. Alexandria' Va 

SHVKKK. JWIKS KAKI 17 Mvrtle Lane, Little Rock. Ark. 

SHANK. Mil 41 \KK JOSKPII ' Box 71 Rydal Pa 

SH\PIH\. \l\\ 1,(11 IS ,5209 T.miahawk Rd.. Louisville 7, Ky. 

SIlAI'llill. IIMiXMill MYER 1319 Amb-rson Ave.. Fort Lee, N.J. 

SlIMiKn. GUKCdin VINCENT 602 Seventh St.. Lakew,iod, N.J. 

SILMil'. I'llll IP DOANE. JR 601 Henri Rd.. Richmond 26 Va. 

SHEA. JAMES MORGAN Huraphrev's Dr.. Lawrenc'vilb- N| 

SHEEHAN, JEFFREY NORFLEET .... 2333 iroi|uois Rd., Wilm.ii,- 111 
SIIEFFEY. MICHAEL WOLLMAN tUO Pea,htr.-e Dunwoodv. \tlania Ga 
SIIEIKD. IIINWAV llOWAKD. Ill 262 Jam- Rner Dr.. Newport News, Va 

SIIKPIlKlill. WKSKKY IIAKIIIN Natural Bridge Station. Va, 

,-^IIKIi'KKII. JWIKS MKinKI 713 Bullalo St.. Gilmer. Texas 

Slim Millll K lUN 76 Sl,..n- Dr.. Wi-st. Miami 3,3. Fla. 

SlIMIWiiiili I llii\l \,s Hill WSI 1,1! , II W Magnoli., Av.'. N..rb,lk 8 \ ., 
■"^IIIM lis lliilixn |;\i I III s . ,17 |{,.v,.,|.,^ Kd.. Upp.-r Mont.dair. N.J. 

SIIIW, I Wll s |'\ I III, K 106 Main St.. Ripb^v WVa 

■^HdHL IWIIs IIMisn. JK 517 H,|.|,l,. I ,..'k llr„ Houston 24, Texas 

■"IIKIM., Hllllll'IW 1617 I ..l..,,,.l.., Bartlesville, Okla. 

SIM\lii\s \|i Hill \s in'i r, W \l,l, \v,., Baltimore 10 Md 

SIMI'sllN .s\\| PKI II. |\ K„.,ia Coahuihl Viexic. 

SISLKK. (.KiiKCK IIIUM\S , II', (,,„„i,y club Dr., Ashland, Kv. 

SI. Aim. IIIIW \KII KKSIIK , 1(175 (l.,an Pkwv.. l)r..oklvn 30 N.Y. 

SKW JWIKS MWIIIKW, JH In; K. ■„„.,„. 1,1,. l.an.-. Ki,J,mon,l 26 Va. 
SI IXCIKI Wll. I ll\\ Mill (.11 \M\ Hi 11; ll,.l,,,,.l I .,„.. I i>in..~l,.n N| 
,^M Ml . I M KI'M I Mill III I I, 

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H..X ',7(12. 1;,.. ,,i,ll,', W ,l„,,in:l..,i 7 II, I 

.■sMI I II, I II Mil Is MiMllH 615 M, ,„.,..„ II, II «,ll \,, 

sMIIIK HWII.HI I I l\IH, III ,, 227 K,i;^liv K,l,. W ,'si Palm 11. a, h Kl,, 

>M1I1I. HKKBKKI KKWKIIN 101 \ ilk, K,l, N,-wpo,i \.'i,- \ ,, 

SMIIll. IKNIN Hllsl I, K I.- I.,,, I,, \,.,.k I',, int. Lvnnhav.'n, \.,, 

.■sNIiril. JWIKS I \KI |s| I . JH S„n„^„l,■a.l,'. No. 6. Fr.',le,ick. M.l. 

SMIIll, JWIKS Mil! I II 127 I'ln.'.lal,- Rd.. Auburn. Ala, 

SMITH. JWIKS WIIIIAM Sm,tl„ r.-^i Dr., Gowanda, N,Y. 

SMITH, JlillX JdKIIW. JR 121 Ch.rrv Lane. Danville. Va. 

SMIIll. LIKW Kl I 1 \ mil VKK 1837 Fernw.,,,,! R,l,. N.W„ Atlanta 18, Ga. 
SMKIH. \|l Mill \,s swiiilili ... 201 O M'cns l.an,'. Palm Beach Fla 

SMIIll. SWUM liisll'll B..X 263. Wavne. W.\a. 

.•sMIIII, SIII'IIIX KIMkMI. HI 2935 For.'sl Cir.l.-. Jacksonvill,-. Fla. 

.'-MINI, WllllllX |llll\ 412 B.-rkfdev Av,-.. Winn.'lk.,. Ill, 

^MIIIK Wll I I Wl II 1.1 M, IK. 3751 Montevallo R,l.. Birminglia'n 13. Ala, 

,^\IIIII, WIIIIWI s|| Mil 2918 Car..lina Av,-. R..an..k.' \ ., 

."-NKMi, JiillX Kl Wllllll, JK 103 Enfiehl K,l.. Uallimore 12.'M.I. 

SiilMSIIN. WIII.IAM STERNBERGER ..4.576 Park Ave.. Memphis. Tenn. 

SIIMKKMIIK, IIK\I(I\1>, JR 3336 Dell R,l., Birmingham 13, Ala. 

.■slll'KK, lll|l\ ll\R\KV, II 40 East .5.5lll Si., Kansas City 13. M... 

M'M HIM. Mil ll\EL JON 1600 Chestnut St.. Bowling Gr,-.-n, Kn. 

SI'Mlks. l||ti\l\S EVERETT, JR ,300 (Jiarloii,- Si.. Fonlv,-,', Ark. 

SI'M MUM. I.I URGE BARNES .. 310 N. ■\,-a,l,'mv Lan,-. Cha-,' Cilv \ a. 
SMM III, HWIII TA'^LdK lIlrkXMK ,, ,i06 Mark.-I Si. W.irr,'M. Pa 

<I'I \i III IIHIMKD JAIIilK 2101 link K,l., Lin, I, long \.,, 

s|M\i Ml ,s| lldM.. Willi WI IH-NKI 

1119 Willo-ispoon K,l.. Ballimore 12. .\l,l. 

SPI\KV. JOSEPH MARMN. HI Route 7. Rab-igh. N.C. 

STALI.INGS. ROY DEWANNKK, JR. 1.56 N,4.on Dr., Newport N,-ws, Va. 

SJANIAR, BURTON inKKIMIKK 9 North Rd., Short IlilL. \,J, 

STANLEY. WILLI Wl IlidNM's jK Rogers Rd.. Gates \l,l|s. dl,i., 

STAPLES. ALLEN W \l|s ||; 302 Cdlege Ave.. Bla.ksi.,,,,-. \.,, 

STARKLY. JAMES lllMil III MitchelKIII,-, \I,I, 

SIAl KKER. ROBERT FlLl'dN 1 West lltli St., Frederi,k, .M,l. 

SJEIX. RONALD FORRESK 103 Glen RiL. Webster Grovi-s 19, Mo, 

SKELLING. PETER JAMES, JK. 2978 Ridgewoo,! Rd.. N.W.. Atlanta 5. Ga. 
STENENSdN, CHARLES II Ml Wl .. 1727 Griffiih Av.-,. Ow.n-b.ir.,. Kv, 
SIKW\KJ. AKKWMIKK M.CKKGOR, III 

,330 East .Villi -M,, Ii,.l,,,„.,|,..li- 20, In, I, 
sTI-W \KJ- KdWIH I'd. I!,.x 1961. (T.an,.. H,l., Williamsburg. Va. 

sIdM HWIII HM;\n 110 B.'.'.li.lal.- U.K. BaliiiM.,re 10. M,l. 

.SKlM IKMlMIHk \MlMlsd\ KFD I, Hanly, Va. 

.s;|(l\| lidllllil I I sill 1079 Kiv.-iriioni T.-rra.-.-. l.un-hburg. \a. 

.SKdll I WHS Ml Mll\. JK 3(18 .S,-n,-,.i l!,l.. Ki,l,m,.n.l 26. Va. 

Sl'dl KKKK M'KM IK KiiWI \MI 

H"„l. I. B..\ 160. For,-l II1II-. Il.,ni~..,ibing. \ .1. 

sluNER 4IIiiM\S I IIW Mill 9,; Cr.,11.1 Av,-.. Washing , N.J. 

.sliiW, CHARLES FdKD, IM Ki-i 2, Phoenixvill,-, Pa. 



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STRAUF5. PF.TF.R THORNTON .... 309 Oakwoorl. Webster Groves 19, Mo. 
STRKFTMW. lullN IIAVID .... 25 Will.nv Oak lane. St. Louis 22, Mo. 

STROI S^ IWIIs W \TKINS 12.'. < i,,«f"rd \^.■,, Pittsburgh 2, Pa. 

STl Bl;^. |iii\\lll \l,\\ ill- \l.in-i"i! Hr.. Alexandria, Va. 

STILI,. .Siil'lll N HOWARD 2.i T.rra..- \>e.. Riverside, Conn. 

STU.MP, RODNEY LEE .503 Second St. East. Pulaski, Va. 

STURM, JOHN CHRISTOPHER .. 1825 Devonshire. Oklahoma City, Okla. 
SUGGS, WILLIAM DURWOOD. Ill 100 Old Bridge Lane, Richmond 29, Va. 

SUMMERS. GEORGE ELLIS P.O. Box l.'iS. Locust Valley. N.Y. 

SUPAK. JON ALLEN 41.5-52nd St.. Virginia Beach. Va. 

SUPAK. THO.\L\S DEAN +15-52nd St.. Virginia Beach. \ a. 

SUPER. ROBERT MARION .... 61 Windsor Place. Upper Montclair, N.J. 

SUPON. WILLIAM HENRY. JR 100+ Pine Dr.. JackscmviUe, Ala. 

SURBAUGH. WILLIAM LESTER RR 6. Box 78. Anderson. Ind. 

SURFACE. JAMES LOUIS 1018 W asena Ave.. S.W.. Roanoke. Va. 

SUSSMW. \II( ll\li, hWID 2817 Tanev Rd., Baltimore. Md. 

SUTIM, >lll'lll \ Ml \GATE 5.35 N. Getty St.. Uvalde. Texas 

SWAN\. nwni MillIXS 21 Br..wntown Rd.. AsheviJle. N.C. 

SWEKI. I II \KI I ,~- \ I WATER JR 21 Oak« I Circle. Bristol. Conn. 

SYDNoJi. imiN liiiXMT.EY t HC C Im.u St., Lynchburg, Va. 

SYKES, KdlllKj Fli\\(,IS 7 N. I'.^niliMk. Ave., Margate. N.J. 

SYLVESTER. jLMMY T :i2l June, Blvd.. Las Vegas. Nev. 

TABB, BRAXTON HARRISON, III .... 2507 Central Ave., Alexandria. Va. 

TANKARD. SA.Ml EL DUNTON. Ill Franktown, Va. 

TARRANCE. \ll!N(i\ I \NCE. JR 3.540 Marquette. Dallas 25. Texas 

TARTT. JO I (i\\ l\, J I! Livingston. Ala. 

TATE. JAME,-- llllii|"iKE. JR 2300 Greenway Ave., Richmond, Va. 

TATE JOHN 1I\K\K1. JR 110 Schenley Ave., Bluefield, V,i. 

TAVSS. KlldlAKD J 105-C Kingslev Lane, Norfolk 5, Va. 

T.\YLoK. (GEORGE KEITH 171 N. Main, Orange, Va. 

TAYLOK. IIFKUFiri MiDISON, III 27 Chichester Rd., New Canaan. Conn. 

TAYLOR. Illi;\l\\ i.iiKDON 366 S. Goo.llett. Memphis. Tenn. 

TAYLOK. linl.l i; I WIXSION .... 7365 Pershing. University City 30. Mo. 
TAYLOK Will \i;l> >l WLEY 2736 Rocklvn Rd.. Shaker Heights 22, Ohio 

TEDAKIIS. WIIIlWl PRICE. JR 519 Grant St.. Fairborn. Ohio 

TEKKKI.I. Kd'i \l.. JR 3ol5 N..rthside Pkwy.. Atlanta 5, Ga. 

TETFK. 1I\HKY. JK Beall's Lane. Frostburg. M.l. 

THACKSKiN. KKNTWOOD BRETT .. 100 Peach Tree Circle. Bristol. Va. 

THAKP. 11 Will KIKBV 6001 S.W. 80ih St.. South Miami, Fla. 

TH1EI,K( KF. llliiMVS EDWARD Natural Bridge, \'a. 

THOMAS, KOBEKT GLEGGE 2.321 Br.vard Kd.. N.F.. St. Petervburp, Fla. 

THOMAS. SAMUEL BARKLEY I '.U. K. 1 unn. Sprinclirl,!. \1,., 

THOMPSON. MATTHEW GILMOUK 

10 llaiTipl.,,, 11, IK ];„„■. Kohninn,! 26, \.i- 

THOMPSON. .STEPHEN ELLIOTT 1316 Stanley. Ardmorc, Okla. 

THOMPSON. THEODORE JR UidO I'ark Lane, Pelham Manor. N.Y. 

THORNHILL. GLENN OSWALD. JK 17 Cherrvwood Rd.. Salem. Va. 

THULIN. WALFRED BERNARD. JK. 

18 Alli.rniarle Ave. KichnuMid 26. Va. 

THURMOND. JOHN CHARLES 651 Southfield Rd.. Shreveport. La. 

TILMAN. (;E0RGE McNEIR 1109 Hill Top Rd.. Charbntesville. Va. 

TIMHFKI \KI. \1\KSH\II 3156 Guilford Rd.. Birmingham 9 Ala. 

TINI.KV .-IliM ^ III KBKKT. Ill .. 3 St. Martins Rd.. Baltimore 18. Md. 

TlPlllN. j(lll\ I llW \KD 212 N. Elm. Webster Groves 19. Mo. 

TOMPKIN.s. IAIN PENDLETON .. .301 W. Santa Inez. Hillsborough. Cal. 

TOPINkA. JOSEPH LUDVIK 184 Lawton Rd.. Riverside. III. 

rRA(;EK. PKTEK SAUL 2411 W. Rogers Ave.. Baltimore 9 Md. 

TRIBI F. J(i|l\ KillFE. II 3617 N. Albemarle St.. Arlington 7. Va. 

TROl I, HIGH IIFNKV. Ill 2629 Avenham Ave., Roanoke. Va. 

TRUS.M I I . nwili W II l.IAM .504 Club Lane. Towson 4, Md. 

TUCKFIi, I \l;l \l(l\l(;0MERY .... 82 Pollard Dr.. Newport Nevis. Va. 
TUKFK, |;ii|;m;| (ITIS .... 29175 Gates Mills Blvd. Cleveland 24. Ohi.. 

TUK\I l; lIKiiMI, 1611 Harbert Ave.. Memphis 4. Tenn. 

TVKIII. J(iM I'll \RNOLD. JR. ... 2.378 N. Danville St.. Arlington 7. \a. 
TYLEK. .sWll Kl, GWATHMEY. Ill 

B..\ 123. Kl. I. Osag,- Rd.. Anchorage. Kv. 
TYRRELL. I)A\ ID CHRISTIE. JR 1026 Eri.' St.. Shreveport. La. 

UHLIG. JOHN RICHARD, II .304 Northway. Baltimore 18. .Md. 

UNANGST. GUY HOWARD 8(TO4 Neus.m Curt. Richmond 29. Va. 

UNDERHILL. GARY MADISON. JR. Ri. I. Providence Rd.. Matthews. N.C. 

URQUHART. CHARLES FOX. Ill Courtland Va. 

UTZ. BILLY NELSON Rt. 3. B..x 60. Culpeper. Va. 

VAN AVERY. PAUL FREEMAN .... 187 Cornelia St.. Platlsburgh. N.Y. 

VAN BRUNT. JOHN. Ill 12.32 Crinnell Rd.. Wilmington 3. Del. 

VANCE. LEWTS ALEXANDER. JR Trapelo Rd.. Lincoln. .Mass. 

VANDERVER TIMOTHY ARTHUR. JR. 

21 Grainger Dr., Birmingham 14, Ala. 
VAN HOY, MILTON SPANGLER .. 2204 Crescent Ave., Charlotte 7. N.C. 
\A\ Nl YS, FRANCIS BINGHAM .... 2424 N. .Main St., Bethlehem, Pa. 
\AN HI \-<ll \l i;. liiinilll MILES ..Youngs Rd.. Basking Ridge. N.J. 
\ \\ ^1 l\l l;, (.lilKl.l IKlW \KII ... 17.35 Clovedeaf St., Bethlehem, Pa. 

VAKHWIW |ii|l\ WI^III.JK 710 Kirkwood Ave., Anniston. Ala. 

\KRIilll \\l. WIIKINI FRANCIS 206 Williamson Ave.. Youngstown. Ohio 

\FK\I l; ^( (i| I Mill HELL 449 Maple Ave.. Pittsburgh 18. Pa. 

\l \. I II \l;l 1.^ WdllllSdN 18 Ellsworth St.. Martinsville. Va. 

\lll.ri.. Ki.M.I'll. Ill 2821 Bee.bwood Circle. Arlington 7, Va. 



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WADSWORTH. GEORGE DORR Sandy Pond Rd., Lincoln, Mass. 

WAGGONER. VICTOR HENRY 3604 N. Linda Ave.. Oklahoma City. Okla. 

WALKER. ANTHONY JAMES 299 West 12 St., New York, N.Y. 

WALKER. FREDFKK K BENJAMIN .. 224 Heights Rd.. Ridgewood, N.J. 

\\ALKER. IIERHKRI' MICHAEL 5421 Silbert Rd.. Norfolk 9. Va. 

W \I,KI K. SWn Fl, EMLEN 2249 Harcourt Dr.. Cleveland Heights 6, Ohio 
W Ml \i I. milN DAVOL .... 810 Longmeadow St., Longmeadow, Mass. 

W \l I I \s||i\. JAMES HARRY 6036-D Averill Way, Dallas, Texas 

W \l I l.^. IHIWLII REITER. JR 722 W. Second St.. Madison, Ind. 

W \l,s||. I HW \KI) .-STEPHEN 1 Overlook Dr.. Chappaqua. N.Y. 

W Al l<i\. \l i:| S4I S BERRY. JR 5 Edgehill Rd.. Little Rock. Ark. 

WALTON. STANLEY ANTHONY, JR. 

32 Mcintosh Ave.. Clarendon Hills. 111. 

WARNER. EBEN DAVID. Ill 1221 Christine. Pampa, Texas 

WARWICK. NELSON DUDLEY. JR. .235 Rex Ave., Philadelphia 18, Pa. 
WATTS. JOHN WM.TER, III Wattslvnne Motor Lodge. Natural Bridge. Va. 
W.\Y. I'KNN1\(,4()\ HOWARD. Ill .... 4 Albright Circle. Madison. N.J. 
WEAKN. JAMES M.CARTNEY .. 34-18 87th St.. Jackson Heights 72. N.Y. 

WEBB. WILFRED BOSTOCK. JR P.O. Box 2.5. Fort Defiance. Va. 

WEI.MER, PETER MILLER .. Roundwood Rd., R. 3. Chagrin Falls Ohio 
WEISS. LESLIE CHRISTOPHER. II 

1424 Alpha Ct.. Lake Clarke. West Palm Beach, Fla. 

WEISSMAN. ROBERT HUGH 305 Bosphorus. Tampa, Fla. 

WELLBORN. ARTHUR HORRY .. 13.33 Glenwood Terrace, Anniston, Ala. 
WERTHEIMER. EDGAR BENJAMIN III 

4 Madison Circle. Newport News, Va. 

WESCOAT. JOHN WILKINS -Civenton,'- EastviUe, Va. 

WEST. EDMUND ANTHONY PANTHER 

10 Regent's Park Terrace. London N.W. 1. England 

WEST. JOHN HENRY. Ill Valley Road. Owings Mills, Md. 

WESTEFIELD. LOUIS PEARCE 150 N. Gait .\ve., Louisville 6, Ky. 

WHEELER. JOSEPH GRAY 5314 N. Belcrest Court. Peoria, HI. 

W IIEKI.KK. W II I I \\I I Kl KSDALE. Ill .5314 N. Belcrest Cojrt, Peoria, \\\. 

WHIKidik. i;iil;|l;l im-iD. in 1528 Elmwood. Corsicana. Texas 

WIIEIIIIW. JWIIs r.lil I 1 4136 Fields Dr. Lafayette Hills. Pa. 

WIIUK. I IIF.sllK l'\ll HEX. JR Washington, Conn. 

WllllE. JdllN PAUEK.-^dX 406 Jefferson Ave., Scranton. Pa. 

Will IF. KIi:ll\KII KEILY. JK 406 Jefferson Ave.. Scranton. Pa. 

WHITEHEAD. CLARENCE MARK. JR. .. Cherokee Rd., La Grange, Ga. 

WHITLOCK, JAMES LINWOOD 800 First Ave.. Farmville Va. 

WICK, GEORGE CHANDLER, JR. 

21926 McCaulev Rd., Shaker Heights 22, Ohir. 

WIEGANDT, RALPH CLYDE Route 2, Williamston, Mich. 

\U(;ERr. CHRISTOPHER HERMAN .... 163 Glenside Trail, Sparta, N.J. 
WIGGINS, JOHN GREGORY SARGEANT 

13 Grove Point Rd.. Westport, Conn. 

WIGt.S. JOHN HAYDEX. JR 201 N. Green St. Selma. N.C. 

W II. BI R, FRANK HALL 48 Case Ave.. Cranston 10, R.I. 

Wll.CdX. WARKEX EDWIN. JR. .. 101 I Lake Wehh.na Dr.. Orlando, Fla. 

W II kl S, I'l IKK Kl\ 709 Park ,\ve., Baltimore 1. Md. 

Wll.klN.'-dX. Wll I IWl HENRY 10816 Pinncchio. Dallas 29, Texas 

W ll.klX.sdX. W II I I \M NEILSON. JR. 16.56 Carr Ave. Memphis 4 Tenn. 

WllkS. i\\ I-REIIRICK 4012 Chesapeake Ave.. Hampton, Va. 

WILIIWIS. CARTER NELSON. IV Chase City, Va. 

WILLIAMS. ERNEST. Ill 233 Woodland Ave., Lynchburg, Va. 

Wll I I WW, KdBFKT ERNEST 2314 Walnut Ave.. Buena Vista. Va. 

Wll^dX. I UK IMIl 10 Oxford Rd. Scarsdale, N.Y. 

Wll^dX, jn^l I'll K \V Box 625. 607-21st St.. Buena Vista, Va. 

WHIslllKI. \Mlli;V TUBMAN. JR. 

8007 Hermitage Rd.. Richmond 28. Va. 

WINEBRENNER. JOHN TAYLOR RD 1. Hanover, Pa. 

WISE. SHERWOOD WILLING. JR 3839 Eastover Dr. Jackson, Miss. 

WOLFE. JOHN FREDERICK 212 Park Dr.. Columbus 9, Ohio 

WdLTIKlKX. IIAMII HENRY 102 Ovington Rd.. Morrisville, Pa. 

WlldD. JWIES S( IIEXLER 8 Clermont Lane, St. Louis 24, Mo. 

Wddil, JWIIS n KXFK 2401 N. Dickerson St., Arlington 7, Va. 

W(ldl). RdllEKI (dllXII II S 1210 Norvell St., Lynchburg, Va. 

WddllKI M. Mil ld\ I \MKR 2514 Robin Hood Rd. Roanoke, Va. 

WddllWAKD. llld\l\S I \SSITER, JR. .. 212 Bosley Ave., Suffolk, Va. 

Wddl DKIIH.K. REX HI XTER 1617 Dewey, Bartlesville, Okla. 

Wddll X. SIDXEY CLAY, JR. ..3101 .ilib St., N.W., Washington 8, D.C. 
Wddl IdX. KMMETT RANDOLPH. JR. 

1107 Bryn Mawr Rd.. Baltimore 10, Md. 

WRIGHT. FRANK WARDLAW 213 Highland Ave. Blacksburg. Va. 

WYLY. DONALD ALLEN ,5001 Sunset Dr.. Kansas City 12. Mo. 

WYLY. W ILLIA.M HASTINGS . . 4221 Ridgehaven Rd.. Fort Worth, Texas 

YARBROUGH, JACK. JR Greensboro, Ala. 

YEARY. JOHN TAGGART .3510 Sheridan Rd.. Portsmouth, Ohio 

YdERG. XdRMAX. JR 1091 Hunter Ave.. Pelham, N.Y. 

VdFFE. .'-TI \RT JWIES 2120 Woodford Place Lcmisville 5. Ky. 

VdSr. JdllX ll.WTOX 1396 East 27lh Place, Tulsa, Okla. 

^dl XC. FKAXk MOBI.EY. Ill .. 3544 Altamont Rd.. Birmingham, Ala. 
Vdl XG. KilBFKJ \K( IlIBALD. Ill .... 4701 Cliff Dr.. Fort Smith, Ark. 

Vdl XG. Will \KII KWISKY. Ill 22 Cherry St.. Lebanon, N.J. 

YOl XCBLddD. XdRMAX EDGAR, III 

HDQS USA REUR. APO 403. New York, N.Y. 

ZINN. THOMAS WILDER USPHS Hospital. Norf..lk 8. Va. 





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LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANERS 

TRY OUR FINER 

DRY CLEANING AND 

FLUFF DRY 

LAUNDRY SERVICE 



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Phone HObart 3-3141 

AGENT AT W&L SUPPLY STORE 



LEXINGTON 
LAUNDROMATIC 

209 S. Main St. 

WE FEATURE FINE 
HAND FINISHED SHIRTS 

HO 3-242 I 

Our Quick Economical Service is Designed to 
Serve You Better 



Petroleum Exploration 
In North and West Texas 


MYERS 


HARVEY DRILLING CO. 


HARDWARE 


704 City National Bank Building 


CO. 


WICHITA FALLS, TEXAS 




TOLLEY'S PHARMACY 


THE COLUMNS 


R A TOLLEY, Registered Pharmacist 


Phone 4-233 1 


II WEST WASHINGTON STREET LEXINGTON, VIRGINIA 
Phone HO 3-221 1 


271 1 Rivermont Avenue 
LYNCHBURG, VIRGINIA 


We Fill Prescriptions 


"Right Across from Randolph-Macon Women's College" 


Free De ivery Service 


"Caterer for all occasions" 
"Stick with the W&L Spirit and Go to the Columns." 



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HUGER DAVIDSON 


E. Randolph Wootton & Company 

REAL ESTATE 




SALES CO, INC 


William C. Sad+ler, Sales Manager 
Specialists in North Baltimore and Baltimore County 




LEXINGTON, VIRGINIA 


Residential Property 




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5203 ROLAND AVE., BALTO.-IO TUXEDO 9-81 13 




NEW, MODERN MOTEL, WITH TV, TELEPHONE, AND AIR 






CONDITIONING IN EACH ROOM 






GREEN VALLEY MOTEL 


HENDERSON 




One Mile North on U. S. Highway No. 1 1 


MINING CO. 




LEXINGTON, VIRGINIA 






Telephone: Hobart 3-2195—3-2196 





HEALZER CARTAGE COMPANY 

DIVISION OF 
ARKANSAS— BEST FREIGHT SYSTEM, INC. 
General Offices— FORT SMITH, ARKANSAS 



Our Slogan: 
'AMERICA'S FAVORITE L.T.L.'ERS" 



REDWOOD RESTAURANT 

SANDWICHES 

MEALS 
CURB SERVICE 

IMile North of Lexington 
Hiway No. 1 1 
HO 3-2615 


"1962" 
HO 2-3615 

ORCHARDSIDE COURT 


"Your business is appreciated here" 

THE PEOPLES 
NATIONAL BANK 

LEXINGTON, VIRGINIA 
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 


Modern Cottages for V/ & L Parents 
Adjoined by New, Finer 
Restaurant and Gift Shop 


Congratulations to the 1962 Graduates From 

Oak Hall Cap & Gown Company, Inc. 

AND 

Oak Hall Uniform & Rental Shop 


LACKEY 
LUMBER COMPANY, INC 

BUILDING SUPPLIES, HARDWARE, 
INSULATION 

LEXINGTON, VIRGINIA 
Phone HObart 3-2812 


ROANOKE, VIRGINIA 

Proudly serving Washington and Lee with caps 

and gowns and formal wear for the 

Fancy Dress Ball 


THE SOUTHERN INN 
RESTAURANT 

oLexinaton d ^ineil 
IN THE HEART OF TOWN 

♦ 





l':A^}m. 




There's no better place — no better time, to 
thank you each and all for your many past cour- 
tesies. We sincerely appreciate your valuable 
patronage and hope that we may have the 
pleasure of serving you many more times. . . . 
To those returning next fall, we'll be glad to see 
you back — to those leaving us for another life, 
best wishes and good luck! 

Sincerely 

PRES BROWN'S SPORT SHOP 

LEXINGTON, VA. 



.';■ P.S. Remember to write us for college novelties 

and gifts, mail orders are filled promptly. 




COURTESY 



OF 



LOCHER BRICK CO., INC. 



GLASCOV/, VIRGINIA 



ROCKBRIDGE 
NATIONAL BANK 



LEXINGTON, VIRGINIA 




Specially designed checks 
for student accounts 

Member F.D.I.C. 



HOME FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN 
ASSOCIATION 

OF MEMPHIS 

Dividend Paid Twice Each Year Since 1876 
Current Dividend Rale 4% 

All Accounts Up +0 $10, COO Insured by an Instrumentality of the United States 
Government. 

HOME FEDERAL BUILDING 
Jefferson and Second 
Memphis, Tennessee 



President 



R. G. Holladay 



, 


COMPLIMENTS 


Rockbridge County's Lcirgcst 


OF 


Aittomobik Dcahr 




PONTIAC— TEMPEST CADILLAC 
VAUXHALL— RAMBLER— WILLYS 


LEXINGTON HARDWARE 

Student Accounts 
Welcome 


FOR THE BEST IN SERVICE 




FOR THE GREATEST SAVINGS IN NEW 


HO 3-2242 


AND USED CARS 

Lexington Motor 






Sales, Inc. 


ADAIR-HUTTON, INC. 


1 46 S. Main Street Telephone HObart 3-2 1 i 7 
LEXINGTON, VIRGINIA 


"Lexington's Shopping Center" 
Ready-to-Wear — Piece Goods 
House Furnishing Department 


Also Service on All Make Cars — Body and 
Fender Repairs 


"Serving the Public over three-fourth of a century" 




PHONE HOBART 3-4721 



DIXON'S ESSO SERVICENTER 



ROAD SERVICE 



All Esso Products Atlas Tires and Tubes 



Washing — Greasing — Polishing 



Pick Up and Deliver 



Phone HObart 3-4214 



Route 60 East 



y^ontpliinentA of 

THOMAS LTD. 

TRADITIONALLY FINE CLOTHING 




We wish to thank ait of our 

customers for having given us the 

pleasure of serving them, and we 

look forward to your patronage in 

the future . . . 

AL CARTER, TOM BAKER 



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McCRUM'S DRUG STORE 

f-or l'^x-J-"^reScrinHonS-i'^\ 

and 
alt uour oDrua. neecli 

FOUNTAIN SERVICE— NOTIONS— MAGAZINES— PHOTO SERVICE 

Phone HO 3-2323, HO 3-2433 17 S. Main St. 



L. G. BALFOUR COMPANY 

Manufacturers of the offcial W&L U. Class Ring with the 
exclusive Prisma-tite Back 



Fraternity Representative: 
CHARLES G. MOTLEY 

5424 Dorchesfer Rd. 
Richmond, Virginia 
Tel. 358-9224 



BADGES 
FAVORS 



Graduation Ring Representative: 

FRED HECHT 

Box 986 

Staunton, Virginia 

Tel. 88-66588 

Your Official Fraternity Jeweler for: 

MUGS MEDALS AND TROPHIES 

PADDLES STATIONERY 



Represented on the campus by: 
Student V/ar Memorial Scholarship Fur^d Committee 



Modern Travel -Hying in ROANOKE 
and a growing number of cities 
tlirougliout ttie nation . . . 



No Tipping of Porters 
or Belimen 

Free Parking 

Free TV and HIFi 

Heated Swinnming Pool 

Free Downtowner TWX 
Reservations Service 



|JUUUUU| 



DOWNTOWNER 



MOTOR INNS 



In the heart of downtown America 





COMPLIMENTS 


FOR GOOD HOME-COOKED 


OF 


MEALS AND QUICK SERVICE 




TOWN - INN 


HAMRIC & SHERIDAN JEWELERS 

W&L Class Rings 


30 North Main St. 


Watch Repairing 




Hand Engraving 


HO 3-2042 






Student Accounts V^elcome 


Waggys Jewe ers 


COMPLIMENTS 


Keepsake Diamond Rings 


OF THE 


College Charms 


CORNER GRILL 


Guaranteed Service Department 


"DOC'S" 



xl 3MemaMUBble Year 



Congratulations to the Student Body and Faculty of Washington and Lee Univeisit> 
upon the completion of another outstanding year of accomplishments. 

The Stall' of yom- annual lias worked exceedingly hard to give you a superb book that 
portrays the highlights of memorable activities. To pres;-r\e this excellent literar\ ant! 
photographic record, the best grades of material ha\e been combined with skilled 
workmanship to pro\ide the hnest cjuality \'earbook. 

We are very proud that the 1962 Staff' selected us to design, piint and bind the C;.\lvx. 
We ha\e earnestK endea\ored to fulfill the confidence |)laced in us. 



BEI%!SO.\ l*llli\Tli\<; tOi^ll'AXV 

y^oniiylete V^ooh rfiatiufacfnref\i 



NASHVILLE 3, TENNESSEE 



1 

Tetlow TV Service 


Visit The 


221 South Main Street 


LYRIC THEATRE 


TV's, Radios, Phonos 


For Fine 


Sales and Service 


Arr, ForcMgn .ind Domestic Films 


FINE CLOTHES 




FOR 
THE COLLEGE MAN 

AT 


LEGGETT'S DEPT. STORE 

LEXINGTON'S LARGEST 


REASONABLE PRICES 


AND MOST COMPLETE 


J. Ed. Deaver & Sons, Inc. 


DEPARTMENT STORE 


Main Street 
j Lexington 


25,000 Square Feet 



College Friendships 



Slater has made them at Washington & Lee 
... we are proud to number the Generals 
among our 143 campus clients. 

Best of Luck— Class of '62 



mslater = 

FOOD SERVICE MANAGEMENT 



BALTIMORE • PHILADELPHIA 
NEW YORK • CHICAGO • LOS ANGELES • ATLANTA • DANVILLE, VA. 



THDRNE BDRTHWICK 
STUDID 

Kyfj-icial f liotoaraijlier 
for me 

1962 CALYX 





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SHENANDOAH LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY 


ROANOKE, VIRGINIA 


SEE THE '62 FORD 
THUNDERBIRD 


Telephone 61 10 

TED'S 


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Steak and Sea Food House 


BAKER FORD SALES, INC 


The Best In Food 


student Business Appreciated 
East Nelson Street Extension, Lexington, Va. 


Route 60 East Buena Vista, Virginia 


PARKWAY INN 


HOLLINS INN 


RESTAURANT 


RESTAURANT 


[ Intersection Routes 130 and 29 
4 Miles North of Lynchburg 


Meeting Place for Hoilins' Daters 


Eat, Dance, Have a Good Time 


HOLLINS. VIRGINIA 




AVe're proud of our part in 

designing and engraving the 




1962 Calyx 



Schools that want outstanding' annuals 
year after year have turned to us. We 
work hard to give each school every i&j 'i^- 
good reason to continue with our com- 
pany. Our experience, art department 
and plant know-how, and continuous 




personal service assure prompt atten- 
tion to every detail. Let our representa- 
tive tell you about the many satisfied 
schools, agencies, printers and editors 
we serve. 



S5i the 

.;i Lynchburg Engraving; Company 

incorporated 
box 720 lynchburg, va.