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CALYX 1978 



LIBRARY OF 

WASHIl^GTON & LEE UNIVERSITY 

LEXINGTON. VA. 24450 




Washington and Lee University 



W. Temple Webber III, Editor 
Grant E. Leister, Business Manager 



PATRONS 



Mr. & Mrs. Abe Adier 

Mr. & Mrs. G. Dewey Arnold 

Dr. & Mrs. Stewart Atkinson 

Mrs. Percy D. Ayres 

Mr. & Mrs. Lee K. Bailey 

Dr. & Mrs. Robert Z. Bell 

Mrs. Rita M. Bennett 

Abney S. Borley, Jr. 

Dr. Heinrich & Mrs. Hildegard Brinks 

Mr. & Mrs. James G. Broch, Sr. 

Miss Cola A. Broch 

Peter G. Brooks 

Mr. & Mrs. Charles V. Brown, Sr. 

Mr. & Mrs. John L. Bruch, Jr. 

Mr. & Mrs. W.P. Buckthal 

Author B. Carmody, Jr. 

Mrs. Jean-Jacques Carnal 

Dr. & Mrs. John R. Cole 

Mr. & Mrs. Dwight Collmus 

Mr. & Mrs. Vincent J. Coviello 

Mr. Thomas E. Cox 

Mr. & Mrs. Robert Cranshaw ^ 

Adam C. Derbyshire 

Mr. & Mrs. John B. Dorsey 

Joseph P. Dorsey 

Mr. & Mrs. William M. Ewing 

Carl & Sue Fenstemaker 

Mrs. R.L Fornberg 

James L. Frey 

Herbert J. Friedman 

Dr. & Mrs. Louis B. Gaker 

Mr. & Mrs. Thomas K. Galvin, Jr. 

Mr. & Mrs. Theodore H. Ghiz 

Dr. & Mrs. Walter Granruth, Jr. 

Mr. & Mrs. Channing M. Hall, Jr. 

Mrs. A. Littlefield Hauptfuhrer 

Mr. & Mrs. Rober U. Height 

Mr. & Mrs. Jesse W. Heird 

Mr. & Mrs. Edgar H. Hendler 

Frederick W. & Helen S. Hope 

Reeves Hughes, Jr. 

Robert Q. Jones 

Mr. & Mrs. Frank J. Ladky 

Dr. & Mrs. Tucker Laffitte, Jr. 

Mr. & Mrs. Daniel G. Lee, Sr. 

Mr. Bernard K. Leytez 

Mr. & Mrs. Klein G. Leister 

Dr. & Mrs. Kenneth G. MacDonald 

Mr. & Mrs. T. Haliburton McCoy 

Mrs. Lawrence W. McDanial 

Dr. & Mrs. John M. McGovern 



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Dr. Tim J. Manson 

Mr. & Mrs. John E. Meyers 

Mrs. Florence G. Minty 

Mr. & Mrs. L. Everett Moore 

Mr. & Mrs. Richard P. Moran 

Mr. & Mrs. Michael J. Mrlik 

Mr. & Mrs. David M. Murray 

Mr. & Mrs. Everett Newcomb, Jr. 

Mr. & Mrs. Charles H. Noble, Jr. 

Mrs. Sara Rich Norfleet 

Mr. & Mrs. J. Frank Ottinger 

CPT & Mrs. Robert C. Peniston 

Mr. & Mrs. Arne L. Peterson ^ 

Mr. & Mrs. Paul W. Pique f, . 

Mr. & Mrs. F.C. Plitt, Jr. 

Danial Joseph Raskin 

Mr. & Mrs. H. Ward Reighley 

Mr. & Mrs. MacEason Rein 

Rollin 8. Reiter 

Dr. & Mrs. John C. Rhoads 

H.C. Roemer 

Mr. & Mrs. Laurence Romich 

Mr. & Mrs. Arthur M. Rose 

T. Rayson Salley, Jr. 

Mr. & Mrs. Bertram R. Schewel 

Mr. & Mrs. Jesse M. Shaver 

CPT (USN-R) & Mrs. Sidney A. Sherwin, Jr. 

Mr. & Mrs. H. Reese Shoemake, Jr. 

Mr. & Mrs. Louis J. Siana 

Dr. & Mrs. C.E. Silberstein 

Mr. & Mrs. Crawford M. Sites 

Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth W. Sleeld, Sr. 

E. Ide Smith, M.D. 

William A. Stanford 

Mrs. Mary A. Stephans 

Charles C. Stieff, II 

Mr. & Mrs. E. Ray Taylor 

LTC (USA-R) & Mrs. Ray L. Teel 

Mr. & Mrs. George R. Triplett & Family 

Gordon G. Tucker 

Mr. & Mrs. Thomas L. Underbill 

John H. Van Unburgh 

Kenneth. H.Volk 

Charles E. Warren, M.D. 

W. Temple Webber, Jr. 

R.B. Welch Family 

Mr. & Mrs. Henry S. Wich 

Mr. & Mrs. Robert K. Woods 

Mr. & Mrs. Landon R. Wyatt, Jr. 

J.R. Wynne 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

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Faculty 74 




Seniors 98 





The University 4 Sports 



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EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 

CALYX 

RIHG TUM PHI 

INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL- 

STUDENT ACTIVITIES BOARD 

MOCK CONVENTION 

CONTACT 

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Organizations 

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Fraternities 166 



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Ads 



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'There are few earthly things more beautiful than 
A university. It is a place where those who hate 
Ignorance may strive to know, where those who 
Perceive truth may strive to make others know; 



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Where seekers and learners alike, banded together 
In the search for. knowledge, will honor thought in 
^ All its finer ways, will welcome thinkers in distress 
''^.Or in exile, will uphold ever the dignity of thought 
^nd learning and will exact standards in these things. 



They give to the young in their impressionable years 
The bond of a lofty purpose shared, of a great 
Corporate life whose links will not be loosed until 
They die. They give young people that close com- 
panionship for which youth longs, and that chance 
Of the endless discussion of themes which are endless. 
Without which youth would seem a waste of time. 



There are few earthly things more splendid than a 
University. In these days of broken frontiers and 
Collapsing values . . . When every future looks some- 
what grim, and every ancient foothold has become 
Something of a quagmire, wherever a university stands, 
It stands and Shines; 



Wherever it exists, the free minds of men, urged 
On to full and fair inquiry, may still bring wisdom 
Into human affairs. 

John Masefield, Late 
Poet Laureate of England 




Julie Osborne, 1977 Homecoming Queen 



Oedipus The King 



Directed by Lee Kahn 
Setting and lighting by Tom Zeigler 




The cast: Warren Mowry, Jim Weatherstone, David Chester, Ellen Jervey, Stoney Cantler, Jeffrey Buntrock, Ty York, 
Rich Allen, Jeff Brown, Hugh Robinson, Phil Heldrich, John Peirce. 




Photographs by W. Patrick Hinely 




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Parents' Weekend 




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S.A.B.U. presents 
A Journey Into Blackness 





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A Feminine Habit 
"Where are you going, my pretty maid? " 
"\'m going to love you, sir, ' she said. 
"Why do you want to, my pretty maid?" 
"Oh' I don't want to, sir," she said. 
Then, why should you do It, my pretty maid''" 
"Simply for practice, sir,'" she said. 



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Having been received during previous eneaeemcnt bN L KLA\ JJLDand f.JlSHIONABLE Audiemes with the mostCiENUINEand 

ENTHUSIASTIC APPLAUSE, ent.ied. 



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Albert C. Gordon, Sole Lessee; Mr. Zeigler, Scenes. 

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Mr. Height, Mr. Hicks, Mr. Shillington, Mr. Brown, Mr. Kennedy, Mrs. Zeigler, Mrs. Moore, Mrs. Gordon, Miss Hughes, 
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7n Memoriam 

WALTER LEE SNEED 

Apn/ 30, i958 - Apri/ 22, i978 



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FACULTY 













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ADMINISTRATION 




Robert E. R. Huntley, President of the University 





James W. Whitehead, Treasurer 
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Rupert N. Latture, Assistant to the President 




Frank A. Parsons, Assistant to the President 



Lewis G. John, Dean of Students 





Edwin D. Craun, Assistant Dean of the College 



Kenneth P. Ruscio, Assistant Director of Admissions 




Edward C. Atwood, Dean of the School of Commerce 



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William N. Mohler, Director of University Services 



Michael A. Cappeto and Curtis H. Hubbard 
Assistant Deans of Students 




H. Robert Huntley, Assistant Dean of Students 



ECONOMICS 







Left to Right: Charles F. Phillips, Edward C. Atwood, Edwin C. Griffith, John M. Gunn, Stanley T. Lowry, John 0. 
Winfrey. 

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 




Lawrence M. Lamont, John F. Devogt, Joseph Goldsten. 



POLITICS 




Left to Right: William Buchanan, Delos D. Hughes, Edward L. Pinney, Milton Colvin, John R. Handleman, Lewis G. 
John. 



ACCOUNTING 




Thomas E. Ennis, Jay D. Cok, Edward S. Schwan. 



ENGLISH 




Left to Right: H. Robert Huntley, Dabney Stuart, Severn Duvall, Edwin D. Craun, Carren 0. Kaston, John N. Swift, 
Robert P. Pure, James Boatwright III, Sidney M. B. Coulling, George W. Ray III. 



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HISTORY 







Left to Right: Jefferson Davis Futch, Irwin T. Sanders, Robert W. McAhren, Charles W. Turner, Henry P. Porter, Barry 
F. Machado, William A. Jenks, Roger B. Jeans, John H. Merchant, H. Marshall Jarret. 



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BIOLOGY 

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Left to Right: Cleveland P. Hickman, John S. Knox, Thomas G. Nye, James H, Starling, Ted C. Delaney, Lyman R. 
Emmons, John J. Wielgus, Gary H. Dobbs. 



CHEMISTRY 




Left to Right: William J. Watt, John H. Wise, James K. Shillington, Michael A. Pleva, John B. Goehrmg, George S. 
Whitney. 



GEOLOGY 




Left to Right: Samuel J. Kozak, George A. Planansky, Odell S. McGuire, Edgar W. Spencer, John D. Bell. 



PHYSICS 




Left to right: James J. Donaghy, Edward F. Turner, Thomas H. Williams, Robert B. Brownell, William B. Newbolt. 



JOURNALISM 




John K.Jennings, Hampden H. Smith, Robert J. Demaria, Clark R. Mollenhoff, Ronald H. MacDonald. James Paxton 
Davis (emeritus). 



MATH 




Left to Right: Thomas 0. Vinson, Robert A. Roberts, Robert L. Wilson, Jr., Constantine Roussos, Robert 
S. Johnson, Robert B. Browne!!, Charies W. Williams. 



ART 




Left to Right: Isabel Mcllvain. I-Hsiung Ju, Albert C. Gordon, Gerald M. Doyon, Pamela H. Simpson. 




Gordon P. Spice, Robert Stewart, James T. Cook. 



MUSIC 



CLASSICS 




Mario Pellicciaro and Herman W. 
Taylor. 



RELIGION 



Left to Right: David W. Sprunt, 
Minor L. Rogers, Harlan R. Beckley. 



GERMAN 




Left to Right: Harold C. Hill, B. Stuart Stephenson, David A. Dickens, Judith S. McNeel, William W. Pusey, Ann T. 
Rogers. 



ROMANCE LANGUAGES 




Left to Right: Carlyle W. Barritt, Sidney J. Williams, Howard L. Boetsch, Edward B. Hamer, George F. Drake, Russell 
C. Knudson, Alfred G. Fralin, Van H. Pate 



ROTC 




Left to Right: Lt. Col. Medley M. Davis, Capt. Scott C. Long, Sgt. 1st Class Gordon S. Cameron, Maj. James W. 
Smgleton, Ms. Kathleen H. Dunlap, Master Sgt. Dallas G. Johnson, Ms. Nellie M. Rice, Sgt. Maj. Otis Wright, Capt. 
Jackson D. Bareford, Maj. Wayne D. Adams. 



PHYSICAL EDUCATION 




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Front row, left to right: Norris Aldridge, Buck Leslie, Bill Stearns, Gary Franke, Dick Miller, Bill McHenry, Joseph 
Lyies. Back row, left to right: Richard Yeakel, Rolf Piranian, Jack Emmer, George O'Connell, Verne Canfield, 
Norman Lord, Dennis Bussard. 



PHILOSOPHY 




Dr. W. Lad Sessions, Dr. Harrison J. Pemberton, Jr., Dr. Charles T. Boggs. IVlissing from photo: Dr. Joseph R. Martin. 

PSYCHOLOGY 




Left to Right: Leonard E. Jarrard, David G. Elmes, Nancy A. Margand, William M. Hinton (Emeritus), Henry E. King, 
Joseph B. Thompson. 



SOCIOLOGY 



DRAMA 




Dr. O. Kendall White, Jr. 
and Dr. Emory Kimbrough, 
Jr. Missing from picture: 
Dr. John M. McDaniel and 
Dr. David R. Novak. 



Thomas J. Ziegler and Leonel L. Kahn, Jr. 

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Gerald Leonard Maatman, Jr. 




Linwood Scott Shelton 




Edmund Vincent Wick 





Carlos Alberto Penictie 



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Henry Hauptfuhrer, IV 








Mark Wayne Danos, Clement Dean Carter III 





Kevin Thomas Lamb 



Karl Nicholas Koon 




James Tiffany Roselle, Rand David Weinberg 



Mark Andrew Bradley 




Arthur Alexis Birney, Jr., Richard Wellhouse Stein, Ronald William Spain, Richard Morgan Simmons III, Jan Goldslen. 




Michael Joseph Missal, Mark Hamlet Derbyshire, David John McLean 




Peter Hsun Lin 



152 



John Lawrence Bruch III 





Peter Fisher Jr., Lawrence Doresmond Crocker 




Peter Creighton Keefe, James Nathan Falk 77, Wilcox Kirkland Ruffin 77. Walter DeKalb Kelley 77 




Harry Alii Mazahan 





John Edward Graham Jr., Benjamin Blaine Swan, James Kelly Ladky 




James Oscar Davis III '79, John Cleveland Gordon, James Crater Lancaster '79. 




Steven Eyier Mattesky, Charles Henry Walsh III, Edward Anderson Burgess 




Courtney Clark Brooks, Jr. 




Tupper Hawthorne Dorsey, Matthew Joseph Donaldson Jr. 




John Miller Pelrce III 






Glen and Suzanne Miller 



Jeffrey Varnell Badgett 








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William Roy Schooley 



David Hearn Hemenway 



Bill Fenstemaker and Sue Bailey 






James Nelson Lynn 



Oliver Warren Mowry Jr., Charles H. Noble III 




Roland Baird Walters & tamlly 




Charles Vincent Brown III 

Seth Wayne Oserin 




James Small McNider III 




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Craig Bryan Kendall 



John Daniel Bunce 





Jonathan Richard Morris, Michael Kevin Cameron, Alexander Hamilton Bishop IV, Paul Sherborne Cobb, John Tullis Crutcher, John Franklin 
Wheatley, Walter Granruth III 




Jeffrey Robert Rich 




Benjamin Irving Johns, Jr., Donald George Smith, Jr., Delambert Stowe Rose, Andrew Michael Airheart 

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Robert Frederick Hedett Jr. 





Edwin David Johnson 



Robert Nicholas Mucciola and Linda J. Reynolds 




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James Milton Underhill, Charles Henry Sipple IV, Robert Carl Sundberg II, Edgar Duryea Pouch III. 




Ken Buick 








Kurt Calvin Russ 



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1. George Santos 

2. Rob Willis 

3. Whit Sanning 

4. Scott Baker 

5. Tom "Thurston" May 

6. Jeff Brent 

7. Phil Heldrich 

8. Mickey Kennedy 

9. Bobby Frantz 

10. John Long 

11. Peery Roberts 

12 Woody Woodring 

13. Eben Finney 

14. W.G. Turner 

15. Brian Brooke 

16. Lex Dyer 

17. Charles Habliston 

18. Charlie Stieff 

19. J.T. Christmas 

20. Richy Sutton 

21. Fred Forsythe 

22. William Mauck 

23. Robert Massey 

24. Sandy McDonald 

25. Listen Orr 

26. Maurice "Moe" Adams 



27. Richard Ross 

28. John Pine 

29. John Kemp 

30. Stuart Rienhoff 

31. Jay Sindler 

32. Seldom Clark 

33. Lex LaMotte 

34. Dan Martin 

35. Conrad Martin 

36. Mike "B.B." McComas 

37. Fritz Buddy Fischer 

38. James Lynn 

39. Ab Hammond 

40. John Jacobsen 

41. Ed Morten 

42. Teddy Campbell 

43. Steven Smith 

44. Bill Roper 

45. Spanky Huck 

46. Plater Robinson 

47. Landers Carnal 
48 Bob Peery 

49. Fred Brimberg 

50. Biff Hern 

51. Paul Gerhardt 

52. Bob Flannery 




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Chi Psi 




1. Ben Kesee 

2. Ray Best 

3. Carl Carlozzi 

4. Peter Bariteau 

5. Sam Perkins 

6. Mark Mainwaring 

7. J.C. Campbell 

8. Peter Keefe 

9. Howard Herndon 

10. Steve HIggs 

11. Bill Sherwin 

12. Chuck Stinnett 






1. Doug Gaeker 

2. Paul Gubbins 

3. Marvin Odom 

4. Mike Smith 

5. Jim Vines 

6. Mike Foley 

7. Mark Suber 

8. Ross Germano 

9. Hank McKelway 

10. Miki Gupton 

11 . Buzzy Cooper 

12. 'Crazy" Ron Spain 

13. Howdy Knipp 

14. Mike Busbey 

15. John Soger 

16. 'Mrs. Busbey" 

17. Tad Law 

18. Bob Bates 



19. Buddy Bowie 

20. Guy Steuart 

21. Dave Blackwood 

22. Eric Sella 

23. Ham Davis 

24. Brian Tray 

25. Rob "Mr. P. " Preston 

26. Drew Pillsbury 

27. Don Swaggert 

28. Dean Greenberg 
29 Rob Barber 

30. Scott Graham 

31. Will Christel 

32. Dyke "Dink" Wagner 

33. Bob "Guppy ' Campbell 

34. Stan 

35. Steve Abraham 

36. James Hamner 



37. Julain Good 

38. Who 

39. Angus Finney 

40. Gordon Ross 

41. Mitch Dugan 

42. Jeff Benneville 

43. Biff Martin 

44. Jay Fulcher 

45. Andy Pique 

46. Andy DeMuth 

47. Ben Hull 

Not Pictured 
Jim Roselle 
Doug Perkins 
Rand Weinberg 
Ted deSaussure 
Galen Trussel 
Lex Birney 
George Faison 
Cotesworth Simons 





Delta Tau Delta 



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Kappa Alpha 



1. Neil Pentifallo 

2. Will Hodges 

3. Mike Perry 

4. John Northington 

5. Reid Slaughter 

6. David Pace 

7. Eddie Kramer 

8. Will Tankersley 

9. Mike "Boa" Watson 

10. John Boatwright 

11. John Kisalus 

12. Tupper Dorsey 

13. Jesse Suber 

14. Wayne Welch 

15. Jeff Hamill 

16. Brant Charles 

17. Rob Benfield 

18. Bill Tucker 

19. Jim Abeloff 

20. Russ Parmele 

21. Hugh Montgomery 

22. Bill Sands 

23. Matt Donaldson 

24. Jack Bovay 

25. Carl Miller 

26. Carter Greer 

27. Kevin Dickey 

28. Buck Stockdale 

29. Mike McCraney 

30. Rob Whitener 

31. David Franklin 

32. Stuart McMillan 

33. Lee Larimore 

34. Henry Hamilton 

35. Mark Smith 

36. Jeff Roberts 

37. Duncan Lowe 

38. Hale Delavan 





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Lambda Chi Alpha 



1. Brian Hutton 

2. Warren Kean 

3. Steve Swallow 

4. John Saylor 

5. Herb Jennings 

6. Art Dunnam 

7. Ralph Ownby 

8. Rick Fadus 

9. Paul Glazener 

10. Rob Earle 

11. David McGarry 

12. Bill Taylor 

13. Andy Lassiter 

14. Dan Coffey 

15. Steve Broudy 

16. Brian McMahon 

17. Will Clemens 



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176 



18^ Ken Sledd 

19. Bruce Cauthen 

20. Bob Bergmann 

21. Hunt Shuford 

22. John Sadd 

23. Bruce Wilmot 

24. Chuck Fadus 

25. Pete Taylor 

26. Landon Wyatt 

27. Will Deeley 

28. Rick McDaniel 

29. Rick Hughes 

30. Charlie Hinkle 

31. Bill Ewing 

32. Joel Loving 

33. Bill Burton 

34. Eric Detlefs 



35. Mike Maddocks 

36. Mike Wallis 

37. "Handsome" Scott Douglas 

38. Randy George 
NOT PICTURED; 

1. Jeff Sone 

2. Don Nolle 

3. Bill Joost 

4. Chip Naus 

5. Chip Hoke 

6. Keith Romlch 

7. Smitty Hyslop 

8. By Steele 

9. Scott Duff 

10. Bob Newcomb 

11. Brad Kesel 



12. Lloyd Sams 

13. Bob Jones 

14. David Williams 

15. Chris Haley 

16. Eddie Adier 

17. Willie Wendt 

18. John Phillips 

19. Lee Cave 

20. Don Cowser 

21. Bob Brewer 

22. Steve Stahl 

23. Scott Zackowski 

24. Dick Yancy 

25. Walter Sneed 

26. Steve Handy 

27. David Cook 





Phi Delta Theta 




1. Rik Kirkland 

2. Jim Hinson 

3. Syd Farrar 

4. Alex Richards 

5. Preston Waldrop 

6. Doug Johnston 

7. William Taylor 

8. Keith Calhoun 

9. Tom Coleman 

10. Jim Gouldon 

11. Mell Duggan 

12. Henry Taylor 

13. Frank Friedman 

14. Jim McNider 

15. Tommy Tift 

16. Jay Schaeffer 

17. Brice Williams 

18. Bill Pritchard 

19. Bobby Walters 

20. Chester Taylor 

21. Richard Drennam 

22. Sidney Simmons 

23. Tad McDonough 

24. Andrew Saunders 



25. David Newman 

26. Jeff Milstead 

27. Willie Hartness 

28. Gary Schaeffer 

29. Chris Meneffe 

30. John Plowden 

31. Jack Wilhite 

32. Kelly Ryan 

33. George Ballentyne 

34. Bear McCubbin 

35. Mac Flowers 

36. Ben Butts 

37. Myles Kelly 

38. Mitch Wynne 

39. Phil Mangum 

40. Win Ryan 

41. Robert Ballentine 

42. Hill McAllister 

43. Greg Vaughan 

44. Clyde Mull 

45. David Proctor 

46. Hank Hall 

47. Jim Snedden 

48. Tom Pritchard 




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179 



Phi Gamma Delta 





180 





1. Jerry Broccoli 

2. Randy Plitt 

3. Chug Puryear 

4. Gil Pearsall 

5. Pete Pearl 

6. Valerie 

7. Bob Baskin 

8. Dick Zink 

9. Steve Calabro 

10. Clay Kingsberry 

11. Andy Irvine 

12. Kevin McGowen 

13. Ed Tutak 

14. Skiff Bailey 

15. Steve Heird 

16. Dan Knitten 

17. Jim Duplessie 

18. Holmes Ginn 

19. Joe Letosky 

20. Jim Malone 

21. Tom Turco 



22. Mike Mrlik 

23. Ray McNulty 

24. Jeff Neuman 

25. Carl Foleik 

26. Bill Bryant 

27. Mike Silverman 

28. Doug Seitz 

29. Scott McLam 

30. Pete Kingsberry 

31. Steve Kern 

32. Charlie Brown 

33. Keith VanLanen 

34. Bill Cranshaw 

35. Dana Samuelson 

Not pictured: 

Hank Wall 
Chris Leiser 
Stu Atkinson 
Larry Kanavas 




1. J. Hemby 

2. Buck Buckner 

3. Marty Piccoli 

4. Jay Blumberg 

5. Paul Daugherty 

6. Randy Sacks 

7. Jerry Maatman 

8. Rich Bird 

9. Mark Klaus 

10. Doug Dorsey 

11. Tommy Morville 

12. Bill Towler 

13. Bill Matthai 

14. Rich Allen 

15. Steve Siana 

16. Marc Ottinger 

17. Duke Cancelmo 

18. Scott Caddell 

19. Andy Fitzgerald 



20. Dave Meyers 

21. Jeff Brown 

22. Paul Hendry 

23. Art Caltrider 

24. Bob Piazza 

25. John Hendler 

26. Chip Childs 

27. Doug Pinotti 

28. Steve Hallowell 

29. Rick Baxter 

30. Willie Mackie 

31. Doug Hassinger 

32. Craig Burns 

33. John Quia 

34. Ed Vorwerk 

35. Kevin Carney 

36. Bill Hutton 

37. Steve Everett 

38. Tom Coates 



182 




Phi Kappa Psi 




Phi Kappa Sigma 





1. John Bruch 

2. Freeman Jones 

3. Dirk Pieper 

4. John McMahon 

5. Ben Johns 

6. Stuart Vogel 

7. George Booth 

8. John Wall 

9. Chuck Vanhorn 

10. Greg Dyer 

1 1. Tom Alfano 

12. Tom Galvin 

13. John Saunders 

14. Kurt Fischer 

15. Geoff Sisk 

16. Stuart Neff 

17. John Wheatley 

18. Whit Welch 

19. David Low 

20. Rob Brooke 

21. Doug Davis 

22. Andy Wiley 

23. Hov\/ard Smith 

24. Chip Sisk 

25. Jesse Shaver 

26. Ab Boxley 

27. Beau Dudley 

28. Ricky Moran 

29. John Gordon 



30. Wells Goddin 

31. Maz Rutland 

32. Johnny Black 

33. Doug Wilhs 

34. Bill Reighley 

35. Bob Thomas 

36. Jim Moyler 

37. Bobby Clements 

38. Jim Lancaster 

39. Jim Davis 

40. Drew Sims 

41. Jim Feinman 

42. Andy Bodenstab 

43. Jeff Christovich 

44. Jeffrey Bartlett 

45. Dee Keesler 

46. Rud Moore 

47. Robbie Suit 

48. Rodney Cook 

49. Paul Cobb 

50. John Crutcher 

51. Jon Morris 

52. Sandy Bishop 

53. Gary Booth 

54. Matthew Calvert 

55. Pete Meem 

56. Bobbie Womble 

57. Robert Calvert 



Pi Kappa Alpha 





1. Banks Wannamaker 

2. Chuck Plowden 

3. Cantey Heath 

4. Monty Briscoe 

5. Andy Grisebaum 

6. Darnall Boyd 

7. Mark Pennell 

8. David Williams 

9. Craig Ferry 

10. Chuck Sipple 

1 1. Richard Duncan 

12. Chuck Plowden 

13. Nash Francis 

14. Derrick Woods 

15. Ross Newell 

16. Robert Sundberg 

17. Pete Williams 

18. Brew Houston 

19. Jim Underhill 

20. Huck Hough 

21. Cliff Sondock 

22. Jim Brock 

23. Tommy Wornom 

24. Bart Clark 

25. Jay Lutins 

26. Scott Hood 

27. Faculty Advisor 

28. Gary Pouch 

29. Scooter Lowder 

30. Jimbo Grisebaum 

31. Dave Donahey 

32. Phil Kaplan 

33. Kendall Jones 

34. Chris Greatwood 

35. Gene Shepherd 

36. Tom Savage 

37. John Pritchard 

38. Tom Goss 

39. John Woods 

40. John Fox 

41. Alan King 

42. Frank Knowlton 

43. Norris Laffitte 

44. Hub Kennedy 

45. Bob Colvin 

46. John Wilkerson 

47. Kirby Tompkins 

48. Tommy Turner 

49. John Psillas 

50. Tuck Laffitte 

51. Herb Smith 

52. John McAlister 

53. Pat Robmson 

54. Frank Ellerby 

55. Les Cotter 
Not pictured: 
Ben Easton 




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Pi Kappa Phi 



1. Jim Brossy 

2. Glen Stanford 

3. Kevin McCusty 

4. John Cole 

5. Mark Kinniburgh 

6. Dick Barron 

7. Alan Bauer 

8. Madison Woodward 

9. Skip Franck 

10. George Polizos 

11. Walton Clark 

12. Bill Bourne 

13. Jim Hicks 

14. Tom OHara 

15. Gray Coleman 

16. Coach Lord 

17. Sara 

18. Carl Perry 

19. Holcombe Baird 

20. Dutch Waldbauer 

21. John Stathakis 

22. Cove Geary 

23. Alan Pryor 

24. Tom Bartlett 

25. Edwin Wright 

26. Chip Gates 

27. Charles Hulfish 

28. Grant Leister 

29. Jim Mendoza 

30. Bob Jackson 

31. Frank Jones 

32. David Goldstein 

33. Denny Byrne 

34. Jack Green 

35. Pete Schott 

36. Ben Newsom 

37. John Risch 

38. Rainey Booth 

39. Parke Ellis 

40. Ron Moore 

41. Bob Binder 

42. Fletcher Harkrader 

43. Parker Potter 

44. Arturo Melian 

45. Chris Volk 

46. John Hamilton 

47. Ken Bewick 

48. John May 

49. Larry Gumprich 

50. Jim Leisy 

51. Art Bloom 




Sigma Alpha Epsilon 






Mike VanAmburgh 
Andy Bertron 
Cody Davis 
Gerrald Giblen 
Bruce Moore 
Bob Schuler 
Miller Kennedy 
Carter Tucker 
Richard Salmons 
Clay Crumbliss 
Tobin Cassels 
Ed Morrison 
Mike Airheart 
Marshall Clark 
George Stadler 
Dick Schoenfeld 
J. Ed Bever 
Donny Smith 
Marshall Dougherty 
Jean Pierce 
Freddy Moore 
Mason Hawfield 
Murray McClintock 
Jim McClintock 
Holman Head 
Bill Paxton 
David Constine 
Richard Taylor 
Lee Davies 
Billy Webster 
Jack Wilcox 
Bobby Pearce 
Chip Sites 
Raymond Mclntyre 
Paul Brock 
Jett Ingram 
Daniel Herbert 
Jimmy Walter 
Hagood Morrison 




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1. Jerry Baird 

2. John Hill 

3. Richard Essex 

4. Danny CaruccI 

5. George Irvine 

6. Pete Clements 

7. Tim Brooks 

8. Dave Scott 

9. Robert Neely 

10, Peter Stanford 

11. Mike Cleary 
12 Harvey Kay 

13. Tim Lavelle 

14. Heartsill Ragon 

15. Ed Curry 

16. Willie Howard 

17. Jim Gray 

18. Homer Bliss 

19. Jack Schew/el 

20. Jeff Powers 

21. Eric Nord 

22. Jim Shoemaker 

23. Sam Rogers 

24. Bruce Poole 

25. Sam Campbell 



26. Tobie Suit 

27. Jim Flippen 

28. Chris Gammon 

29. Dave Greer 

30. Charles Terry 

31. Douglas Bird 

32. Mike Monaghan 

33. Stu Jackson 

34. Robert Firnberg 

35. Mark Hampton 

36. Carl Kirkpatrick 

37. Ricky Wallerstein 

38. John Pigue 

39. Ed Jordan 

40. Marsh Merriman 

41. Charlie Smith 

42. John Billmyre 

43. Mark Putney 

44. Rip Heenan 

45. Jim Tommins 

46. Dave McDonald 

47. Peter Eliades 

48. John Martin 

49. John Volk 



192 








Sigma Chi 




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1. Rob Walton 

2. Larry Connolly 

3. Mark Turner 

4. Phil Swirbul 

5. John Hollinger 

6. John Craig 

7. Ben Swan 

8. Jim Ladky 

9. unknown 

10. Doug Wyatt 

11. Boice McGrew 

12. David Chester 

13. Jamie Small 

14. Edward Brooks 

15. Baker Spring 

16. Rob Bates 

17. Powell Jones 

18. Todd Tyson 

19. Howie Collier 

20. Joe Connor 

21. Murphy Gregg 

22. Luis Dehechavarria 

23. Luke Megna 

24. Bill Irvm 

25. Mickey McCabe 

26. Charles Tucker 



27. Charles Noble 

28. Frank McDonald 

29. Ed Graham 

30 Jared Bernhardt 

31. Dave Tyson 

32. Harry T. Jones 

33. Scott Shelton 

34. Bill Davis 

35. Gus Fritchie 

36. Mike Devine 

37. Rich Formato 

38. Bruce Whipple 

39. Mike Missal 

40. Rich Grace 

41. Dave Baynard 

42. Joe Dashiell 

43. Ted Kerr 

44. Pete 

45. Greg MacDonald 

46. Mac McCoy 

47. Jim Weatherstone 
NOT PICTURED: 

1. Ty York 

2. Stoney Caulter 

3. Rob Wendt 

4. Madison Spencer 



Sigma Nu 





Sigma Phi Epsilon 





196 







1. Steven Hufnal 

2. Jack Dorsey 

3. Bev Mauck 

4. Robert E. Lee 

5. Marc Birenbaum 

6. Steve Baldwin 

7. Skip Kamis 

8. Dave Kuhn 

9. Bob Sillman 

10. Al Fernandez 

11. Steve White 

12. Mike Karctier 

13. Doug SwatskI 

14. Steve Douglas 

15. Gary Goodenow 

16. Steve Dummlt 

17. Tom Gillen 

18. Rex Nyquist 

19. Jay Norfleet 

20. Clark Ferryman 

21. Bill Porthi 

22. Tom Dutton 

23. John Follansbee 



24. Larry Bryant 

25. Alex Philpott 

26. Marcus Brinks 

27. Clem Carter 

28. Mark Danos 

29. Alan Drennen 

30. Joel Segall 

31. Chris O'Connor 

32. Goetz Eaton 

33. Peter Quinn 

34. Kevin Dwyer 

35. Tom Hendricks 
NOT PICTURED: 

1. Dave Bryant 

2. Gordon Copland 

3. Doug Peckham 

4. Joe Scott 

5. Dave Weaver 

6. Al Hintz 

7. Paul Nathan 

8. Doug Reas 

9. Doug Shipman 

10. Robby Smitherman 



Zeta Beta Tau 




198 




1. Phil Marella 

2. Mark Walker 

3. Bill Murphy 

4. Bob Palmer 

5. Dick Latture 

6. Spencer Jackson 

7. Jaime McElroy 

8. Jaime Paige 

9. Onil Cote 

10. Tim Heldman 

11. Henry Helzberg 

12. Gardner Umbarger 

13. Pat Hinton 



14. Hank Clark 

15. Mark Firestone 

16. Mike Canavan 

17. Gordon Lewis 

18. Will Bernart 

19. James Hawkins 
20- Alan Guyse 

21. Peter Engel 

22. Mike Harvey 

23. Tom Raymond 

24. John Yale 

25. John McGovern 

26. Doug Werth 



NOT PICTURED: 
Chris Reid 
Terry Shadrick 
Dave Kent 
Dave Addison 
Howard Rubel 
Howell Perkins 
Roger Rak 
Morgan Walker 
Billy Fishback 
Jeff Nielson 



199 



TrTfyfR^rnn V K-*^^Wilson Field l i^/ '"''^ 




Front Row; Left toRight: M. Duncan (Co-captain), J. Slatcoff (Co-captain). Second Row: J. Norberg, K. McGowan, T. 
Hissey, L. Kanavas, B. Szczecinski, B. Frear, P. Bailey, E. Johnson, D. Crossley, K. Steele, J. Letosky, S. Smith, S. 
Johnson. Third Row: B. Clemens, D. Kniffen, J. Guynn, G. Ballantyne, C. Folcik, G. Lilly, T. Baynham, G. Fisher, G. 
Berry, D. Thompson, K. Smith, M. Travers, J. Ryan. Fourth Row: S. McLam, B. Burkholder, S. Swope, R. Wiles, L. 
McNulty, D. Hamra, M. Lewis, V. Sheperd, M. Mrlick, C. Walsh, G. Nerz, D. Kingman. Fifth Row: S. Farrar, B. Butts, S. 
Atkinson, M. Piccoli, K. MacMillan, S. Caddel, J. Newman, K. Bell, M. Louden, L. Davis, T. Coates, B. Willis. Sixth 
Row: C. Cheatham, J. Weatherstone, B . . Gordon, L. MJnetree, T. Alfane, C. Nunley, D. Edward, R. Morrison, B. Dale, 
A, Wiley, W. Pritchett, T. Griffin, C. Bates. Seventh Row: J. Snedden, C. Leiser, J. Hendler, J. Wallace, J. Forte, E. 
Vorwerk, K. McClernon, D. Williams, J. Scott, W. Barber, J. Herbert, B. Collins, S. Stafford. Eighth Row: L. Newell, 
(Equip, mgr.), T. Jones, B. Williams, C. O'Connell, B. McHenry, B. Leslie, T. Thunder, N. Aldridge, J. Emmer, J. Taylor. 







1977 Recoid 


W&L 


10 


Loch Haven State 


W&L 


14 


Davidson College 


W&L 


13 


Centre College 


W&L 


13 


Randolph-Macon 


W&L 





Maryville 


W&L 





Hampden-Sydney 


W&L 


21 


Univ, of South 


W&L 


33 


Bndgewater 


W&L 


6 


Emory & Henry 


W&L 


6 


Gettysburg 


W&L 


20 


Georgetown 






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206 




Wilson Field 







Front Row, Left to Right; Roger Yale, Nick Martin, Kelly Ryan, Doug Seitz, Doug Dorsey, Larry Kanavas, Mark 
Bennet, Mark Derbyshire, Bill Stone, Dave Williams, Mark Turner, Howie Collier, Dana Samuelson, Homer Bliss. 
Second Row: Kevin Carney, Woods King, Todd Tyson, Ben Easton, Doug BinuchI, Chuck Dauria, Doug Adams, Andy 
Bodenstab, Sandy Bishop, Shawn Levesque, Greer Barriault, Ace Dods, Rolf Piranian. 




207 







209 



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Front row left to right: Marv Odum, Howard Herudon, Bill Morris. Hans Furuland, Bob Bates, Bill Welch (co-captaIn), Alan Weeks (co-captain) 
Chris Daniel. Kevin Grimm. Richard Bird. Back row left to right: Coach Dick Miller, Sean Smith, Carl Kirkpatrick, John Plowden, Brian Adams, 
Doug Shipman, Tom Gillen. Dan Becque. Ray Best, Stu Nibley (ass't coach). 



CROSS COUNTRY 





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WATER POLO 




Front row left to right: Paul Koehler, Scoott Duff, Mitcfn Dugan, Mike Foley, Chip Hoke, Bill Brown. Back row: Coach Bill Staerns, Kevin Dickey. 
Biff Martin, Keith Romich, Bob Newcomb, Pete Stanford- Not shown: Will Hodges. 







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214 



W4L 




Opponent 


97 


Castleton Stale 


70 


74 


Randolph-Macon 


89 


108 


Clinch Valley 


81 


111 


Eastern Mennonite 


70 


81 


Rochester 


74 


95 


York College 


97 


94 


Emory & Henry 


70 


95 


Bridgewater 


91 


89 


Hampden-Sydney 


88 


74 


Hampden-Sydney 


81 


108 


Bridgewater 


80 


93 


Lynchburg 


69 


105 


Bluefield College 


75 


72 


Lynchburg 


65 


89 


Rochester 


71 


105 


Bridgewater 


77 


66 


Jersey City State (NJ)- 


65 


88 


Eastern Conn 


77 


78 


Lynchburg 


74 


64 


Kean College (NJ)* 


80 


80 


Staten Island 


73 


103 


Eastern Mennonite 


75 








77 


Case Reserve 


83 


88 


MaryviHe 


78 








90 


Swarthmore 


76 


99 


Shenandoah 


88 


Season Record: 22-6 




77 


Ashland 


84 


88 


Emory & Henry 


52 


■NCAA South Atlantic Regional Tourn 


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Front Row, L to R: Mike Wenke, Bruce Williams, Tracey Hodge, Jim Berlin, Pat Dennis, Bob Forlenza, Tom Jeffries, Larry Meyer, Carby Hoy, Pete 
Farrell. Back Row, L to R: Head Coach Verne Canfield, Asst Coach Dennis Bussard, trainer Carol Chrzanowski, Dave Leunig, Chris Ware, Bob 
Smitherman, Ardith Collins, Paul Hendry, Student Ass't Coach Eamon Cassell, managers Mac Rein and Brad Lewis^ 





As Washington and Lees basketball team captured another ODAC 
crown and a national reputaton for college respectability this past winter. 
senior guard Pat Dennis emerged as the Generals top hoopster Dennis cap- 
ped hjs collegiate B-ball career by setting a new school record for points 
scored m a single season at an even 700 

After the final buzzer had sounded at Kean College, thus ending Dennis' 
superb career, Pat was selected tor several high honors To begin with Pat 
was named the Most Valuable Player of the Southeast Regional NCAA. 
Division III Tournament. The O.D AC followed by naming him M V P of the 
conference In addition Dennis was selected first team All-Amencan (Div III) 
by both the Basketball Weekly magazine and the National Association of 
Basketball Coaches 

Although his W&L basketball days were over. Pat still had some collegiate 
ball playing left for him as he was selected for the highly regarded 
Portsmouth Invitational Tournament The tournament is a series of round- 
robin playoff games between pick-up teams drawn from the top 64 seniors (in 
all divisions) m the nation Although his team lost the series opener, Pat 
dropped m twelve points Dennis also played for the Virginia all-stars m a dual 
with their peers from North Carolina Finally, and perhaps most exotic of all. 
Dennis, in early April, played m Mexico City for a Division II and III all-star 
team representmg the United States 

Looking back over the year, Pat expressed a strong appreciation to his 
friend and valuable team-mate, Mike Wenke "I definitely could not have done 
it without him He created a lot of situations to get me open," Dennis said 
Dennis' praise is well placed, for Mike Wenke set a school record in assists 
this year with 259 Next year Pat will continue his basketball career by playing 
professionally in Europe 



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Front Row. L to R: Mike Monaghan. How Knipp, James Flippen, Vincent Rospond, Ray Gross, Ed Foy, Mike Deighan, Ed Kramer. Back Row. L to 
R: Coach Gary Franke. Ed Rodgers. Lesley Heart, Charles Terry, Warren Mowry, Tom Oxendine, Dave Stoeffel, Dan Kniffen, Ass't Coach Herb 
Donica. 



W&L34 


Lynchburg 


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W&L Invitational 4th 




20 


Madison 


16 


21 


Campbell 


22 


6 


Duke 


36 


37 


Eastern Mennonite 


10 


Citadel Invitational 8th 




28 


V.M.I. 


9 


16 


Liberty Baptist 


29 


45 


Hampden-Sydney 


3 


33 


Davidson 


18 


17 


V.C.U. 


24 


2 


Pittsburgh 


47 


20 


Newport News 


18 


25 


M.I.T. 


14 


29 


Lowell Tech 


14 


12 


Harvard 


28 


O.D.A.C. Tournament 




14 


American U. 


26 


15 


James Madison U. 


27 


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Front Row, L to R: Will Hodges, Bill Ash, Jay Diesing, Mike Foley, Chip Hoke, Scott Duff, David Scott, Peter Meem. Back Row, L to R: John 
Hudson, Doug Dickey, Bob Newcomb, Keith Romich, Gordon Ross, Drew Pillsbury, Coach Bill Stearns. 






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Logging 11,000 yards per day between meets and swimming competitively fifty 
weeks every year point out three things about John Hudson's personality: his 
perseverence, his love for the water, and, most importantly, the abiding faith that 
all this rigor will pay off. Quite predictably, this faith, and swimming meets since 
the age of eight, has wreaked a possibly unmatchable dividend for Hudson. 

The proud, but self-disciplined, Pennsylvanian has been named Ail-American 
seventeen times in his four years at W&L. Added to that, he has set four school 
records on his own, (the 200, the 500, the 1,000, and the 1650 yards freestyle) and 
two with the help of his fellow Generals in the four and eight hundred yard frees- 
tyle relays. 

Hudson led his team well in their attaining of a record smashing 10-1 dual meet 
tally this year and by capping the season with an impressive tenth place finish in 
the National College Division swimming championships held at Grinnell College. 
Added to his preceding three years, Hudson has led Washington and Lee to an 
enviable 33-9 mark on dual meets and to many self-feeding rumors of the makings 
of a college level aquatic dynasty right here in Lexington. 

Although Hudson Is, as Coach Bill Stearns says, 'by far and away the best 
swimmer this school has ever seen," his contributions to W&L are also above 
sea-level. For one, Hudson, relying on his stern self-regulation, his capacity for 
objective self-appraisal, his abiding faith in his abilities, and his love of, and thirst 
for, competition, has made the Dean's List every term in his junior and senior 
years; a formidable task for a Business Administration major. 

Applying his talents of the pool to the realities of campus life, Hudson has been 
a standout leader by being assistant head dorm counselor. But even with all these 
personal achievements, the sturdy easterner does not lose sight of his college 
experience, "I feel that W&L has given me a lot in that I have been able to compete 
on a high level in athletics and in academics." 

Looking back over his four years of explosive swimming. Hudson, who will join 
the Intelligence apparatus of the U.S. Army upon graduaton, explains pensively 
why he conditioned himself so thoroughly, partly to the exclusion of other ac- 
tivities, "It wasn't all for the personal glory. If somebody else on the team did well, 
it got me excited and made me want to do better. " The articulate photography 
buff, who hopes to become a swim coach eventually, affirms this sentiment by 
saying candidly, "The newspaper write ups and the personal congratulations are 
just icings on the cake. " On a final swimming note, the Ail-American attributes his 
collegiate success to coach Bill Stearns and to the long-distance assistant coach 
Lieutenant Colonel Louis P. McFadden. 




LACROSSE 




Front Row, LtoR: K. McFadden, W. Pritchett, P. Roberts, G. Santos, R.Willis, J. Broccoli, B. Peaslee, R. Eisdorfer, J. Kemp, M. Dugan, R. Hiltz, J. 
Olive. Second Row, L to R: M. Derbyshire, J. Foster, C. Walsh, S. Johnson, R. Kupecky, J. Hooper, J. Herbert, D. Rigger, G. Brent, D. Pieper, S. 
McLam, T. Cox. Third Row, L to R: Coaches J. Emmer and C. O'Connell, manager P. Clarke, C. Stieff, B. Williams, B. Clements, C. Brown, J. 
Sindler, S. McDonald, J. Fritz, J. Black, statistician L. Lamotte, trainer T. Jones, eqp. mgr. L. Newell, coach R. Piranian. 





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Front left to right: Doug Hassmger. Chuck D Auna. Ted Hissey (co-cap), Andrew Schutrumpf, Dan Kingman, Rich Wiles (co-cap^), John 
Stagmaier, Don Swagart, Peter Restamo. Back, left to right: Coach Joe Lyies. Victor Shepherd, Bob Szczecinski, Mike Busby, Scott Stafford, Chip 
Childs, By Steele, Assistant Coach Rich Arnold, Lawrence Loveridge (manager). 




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Front, left to right: Bob Bates, John Plowden, Jeff Slatcoff, John Colmus, Jack Norberg (Captain), Phil Dunley (Captain), Norvell Scott, Tony 
Ciucci, Jon Morris, Bill Welch, Scott Swope, Henry Hairston. Back, left to right: Coach Norris Aldridge, Bill Morris, R.J. Scaggs, John Vancott, Karl 
Cheatham, Baker Spring, Howard Metzger, Jim Parker, Jim Vines, Hamilton Davis, Rich Bird, Bob Campbell, Paul Henry, Stew Atkinson, Carl 
Kirkpatrick, Dave Sheridan, Marvin Oden, Ray Best, John Schmidt, Chris Daniel, Bob Hoffman, Chris Leiser, Jeff Brown, Howard Herndon, Coach 
Bill Stearns. 




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Left to right: David Constine, Cody Davis, Ben Johns (captain), Stewert Jackson, Robert Schuler, Pat Norris, Doug Gaker. 



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GOLF 




Back, left to right: Dave Leunig, Gerry Maatman, Bo Morehead, Jim Walter, Coach Emmett Leslie, Front, left to right; Jerry Barousse. Terry 
Shadrick, Andy Fitzgerald, Bruce Harvey. 



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Executive Committee 




Left to Right: Jim Davis, Chris Gammon, George Griffin, Steve Abraham, Jack Bovay, Jackie Boyden, Rick Goddard, 
Doug Perkins, Mike Missal, Jim Underhill, Andy Bodenstab. 



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student Control Committee 




Bob Willis, Julian Good, Dutch Waldbauer, Jim McNider, Bruce Perrone, Mike Cleary, Chuck Sipple, Dave Constine and Les Cotter. 



Inter-Fraternity Council 

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John Gordon. John Bruch. Richard Huck. Howdy Knipp, Mac Flowers. Mark Hampton. Steve Jones and Steve Mattesky. 



Mock Convention 




Front Row: Jim McNider, Carol Chappell, Mike Missal Back Row: Craig Cornett, Ned McDonnell, John Trump, Sid Simmons, Dick Schoenfeld 




Mike Cappeto, John Follansbee. Chip Welch, Carlo Carlozzi, Jr. 



Pre-Law Society 




student Recruitment Committee 




Standing, Left to Right: Bill Tucker, Dave Hamra, Rob Nichols, Dan Carucci, Bill Thistlethwaite, Richard 
Wallerstein, Kevin Lamb, Shirley Floyd, Ed Dougherty. Tom Wall, Charles Terry, Doug Bird. Kneeling: 
Syd Farrar. Mark Putney, Dave McDonald, Steve Jones, Paul Daugherty. 



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Left to Right: Bill Tucker, Charlie Hulfish, Bill Ridge, Carole Chappell, Jim Foreman, Glen Stanford, Tony Carii, 
George Polizos, Matt McNearney, Hank Hall, Steve Mangum, Tom McCarthy. 




Contact 




Left to Right: Walter Granruth, Pete Abitante. Dick Schoenfeld, Bill Webster, Richard Makepeace, Tom Salley, 
JimTommins, Charming Hall, Keith Van Lanen, Mike Cameron. 



University Federation 




Rich Stein, Carole Chappell. Mike Cappeto, Mark Broughton. 

Big Brothers 





Rugby 




Gil Pearsall, Ed Kamis, Bev Mauck, Mad Dog, Nils Hedelln, David Hemenway, Brian Carroll, Miller Kennedy, Guy 
Beavins, Doug Perkins. Ray Mclntyre, Al Fernandez 



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Front row: Debbie Capps (Asst coach), James Worth (Head Coach) Back row, left to right: Rob Earle, Jose Amonn, Will Wendt, Paul Nathan, Will 
Mackie, Larry Dwight, Dave Bryant, Bill Sherwin, Herb Jennings, Sam Harrison, Chuck Stinnett, Bill Hill, David Garner, Phil Welch, John 
Stathakis, 



WLUR 





Left to right: Bob Trembley. Bruce Wilmot, Chuck Strome, Ed Burgess, Steve Mattesky, John Kingston & Shawn Levesque, Meegan Hanrahan, 
Mark Mainwaring, Cornelia Graves, IVlike Lavitt, Andy Drewer, William G. Turner. Spencer Leffel, Les Gillen, Sandy Bishop, Tom Gillen. 



Southern Comfort 




David Goldstein. Rick Stewart, John Volk, Wade Forsman, Chip Colonna, Robert Firnberg, Keith Teel, Dan Coffey, Henry Hauptfuhrer, Danny 
Carucci, Terry Frankenberger, Art Bloom. 



Brass Ensemble 




Left to right: Douglas Reas, William Watson, James Coyle, James Rayhorn, Lawrence Thaul, Steven Hufnal, Eric Frey, Thomas Lisk, Phillip Eikner. 

Publications Board 




Left to right: Patnck Hinely (standing m for Temp Webber), Chris Volk, Pete Goss, Ryland Owen, Mike Gallagher, Dave McLean, Grant Leister. 



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Left to right: John Craig, Boice McGrew, Neil Sheehan, Plater Robinson, John Cole, Temp Webber, Grant Leister, Tracy White, Chris Volk, Jim 
Shoemaker, Greer Barriault. 



Editor-in-Chief: Temp Webber 
Business Manager: Grant Leister 
Layout Editor: Jim Shoemaker 
Photography Editors: Stuart Craig, Greer Barriault 
Photographers: Chris Volk, John Craig, Plater Robinson, 
J.T. Christmas, Bob Bates, Tracy White, 
Neil Sheehan, Bob Mucciola, Richard Essex 
Contributing Photographers: Adrien Williamson, Peter Benoa, John Resen, 
Steve Heird, Pat Hinely, Sally Mann, 
Burr Datz, Dave Abrams, Phil Dunley, W.G. Turner, 
Mr. Stuart Craig, Mr. Adam Derbyshire, Rick Hope. 
General Staff: Tom O'Hara, John May, Alan Bauer, Boice McGrew, GaryPodesta, 
Jim Mendoza, Jim Manual, Jim Foreman, 
Bill Ridge, John Hamilton, Parker Potter, John Risch. 



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Sitting, L-R: Gray Coleman. Jim Barnes, Mike Gallagher, Lee Howard, Pete Goss, Rob Sartelie; Standing, L-R: Chris Fay, Dave Talley, Ken 
Mastrllli, Randy Smith, John Cole, Jim Ingham, Bob Bates. 

Tucker, Bovay and Bruch criticize 

4th estate 



In conclusion your newspaper 
has once again printed unfound- 
ed remarks and resorted to sen- 
sationalism. Such erroneous 
reporting week after week is 
causing the RtP to join the 
ranks of Hustler and Midnight 
Magazine. As evidenced by 
other student publications on 
this campus, controversy is not 
a requisite for quality. 

Hopefully in your remaining 
issues the quality of your stories 
and accuracy thereof wOl im- 
prove The W&L community is 
very much in need of a respec- 
table student-nin newspaper of 
which they may be proud. The 
RtP owes such respect not only 
to its readers but also to its 
heritage 

Smcerely, 

John L. Bruch III 

Co-Chairman 

Contact "77 



You are in the position among 
student groups to be able to 
stand in front of the proverbial 
fan with the shovel of prover- 
bial fertilizer aiming at 
whichever peer group you 
desire. That position is akin to 
having your cake (a position of 
authority in a student group) 
and eating it too ( being able to 
degrade peer groups). Now 
since the EC has voted to allow 
salaries, you will be paid for 
eating your cake. It is not that I 
am desiring a piece of the cake, 
I just want a little less fertilizer 
and a little more quality in 
future Ring-tum Phi's. 

Bill Tucker, 79 



Dear Editor: 

I was greatly dismayed by 
your editorial of last week, in 
which you incorrectly stated 
that I had accused the Student 
Activities Board of abusing 
study body funds. The use of 
this second hand information as 
the basis for an editorial, 
without even talking to me 
about the matter, is actually an 
abuseof your editorial powers. 

Mike, I hope that in the future 
you will follow more acceptable 
journalistic practices 

Sincerely, 

Jack Bovay 

Junior E. C. Representative 



Glee Club 




Jose Amorin 
Davis Ayers 
Robert Binder 
Arthur Bloom 
Jay Brackin 
Daniel CaruccI 
Michael Chiarappa 
Dan Coffey 
Claude Colonna 
Andy Crowson 
Tom Dutton 
Kevin Dwyer 
Robert Firnberg 
John Follansbee 
Wade Forsman 
Terry Frankenberger 
David Goldstein 



David Harpole 
Henry Hauptfuhrer 
Steve Heird 
Perry Heitman 
John Herman 
Lee Howard 
Steve Hufnal 
Richad Johnson 
Page Kelly 
Larry Lacina 
William Light 
Steve McGehee 
Robert O'Donnell 
Seth Oserin 
Jon Pine 
Mike Pow/ell 



Peter Quinn 
John Risch 
Curt Sharp 
Charles Smith 
David Sorrells 
John Stafford 
Rick Stewart 
Jay Taggart 
Keith Teel 
Phillip Timp 
John Volk 
Robert Watson 
Doug Webb 
William Wendt 
Edwin Wright 
Steve Yeakel 



Cable Nine 




Chuck Strome, Shaun Levesque, Rob Hedelt, Tommy Williams, Cornelia Graves 



Young Christians 




Young Republicans 




Sitting: Steve Yeakei, John Baylor; Standing: Dave Talley, Joe Baker, Charles Talley, Charles Stinnett. 



Young Democrats 




Left to right: Bob Gurval, Sam Harrison, Lee Cave, Ben Winn, Tony Carii, David Garner, Walker Mayo. 



student Association for Black Unity 




Front row: Lloyd Boykin, Larry Crocker, Curtis Stewart, Back row: Ardie Collins, Tom Jeffries, Stan Packer, Wilbur Barber, Ken Cassell, Karl 
Cheatham, Bill Dale, Jimmy Herbert, Bruce Williams, Ray Bolding. 



Music Union 



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Spencer Leaffel, Bill Stewart, Ed Blomquist, Keith Leper, Bill Welch, Ken Rose, Ron Spain, Tony Carii, Galen Trussell, Eric Sella. 



Mongolian Minks 




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Left to right: Haygood Morrison, Jim McClintock, Jim Goulden, Fred Moore, Clay Crumbiiss, Bill Roper, Murry McClintock, Denny Smith. 
Kelly Ryan, Wm. G. Turner, Plater Robmson, Brice Williams, Tommy Tift, Richard Huck, Henry Taylor. Sandy MacDonald, Lex Dyer. David 
Trice, Jay Schaetfer, Maurice Adams. Mac Kennedy, Steve Smith, Charlie Habliston, Jeff Fletcher, John Long. 



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Sigma Society 




L to R- Hagood Morrison, Charlie Stieff, Jim Moyler, Bob Thomas. Bill Reighley. Will Pierce. Bill Mauck. Richard Taylor, Tom Wiseman. I^ichael 
Airheart. Holman Head. Bill Turner, Stowe Rose — President. Donny Smith. Rob Couch — Secretary Treas.. Jim McCimtock. Ben Johns. Absent: 
Cotesworth Simons. Frank Rogers. 




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UNDERCLASSMEN 



David Thomas Adams 

Francis Girault Addison IV 

Gregory H. Adier 

Andrew J. Archie 

Robert E. Atkinson Jr. 



Percy Davis Ayres III 

Richard Madison Barron 

Robert W. Bates 

Thomas Elliott Baynham III 

Robert Bentield 



George Augustus Berry 

John Charles Bovay 

Robert F. Brewer 

Frederick Andrew Brimberg 

James Scott Brockenbrough 




Class of 1979 



Brian Wesley Brooke 

Lowell Ross Buckner III 

Douglas Ashby Byrd 

Dennis Keith Calhun 

Jean-Jacques Landers Carnal 



Earl C. Caruthers Jr. 

O. Lee Cave III 

Lambuth Palmore Clarke 

John Peter Clements 

M.G. Coleman 



Richard Christopher Collins 

John Jefferson Copper 

Neil Cote 

Donald Wayne Crossley 

Robert Edward Lee Davies 





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Lawrence G. Davis 
William R. Deeley II 
Robert Howard Devilbiss 
Michael James Doody 
Scott Kyle Douglas 



James Philip Edwards 
Shawn W. Ellsworth 
Peter Kenneth Engel 
Charles Joseph Fadus 
J. Andrew Fitzgerald 



James H. Flippen III 
Carl Kenneth Folcik 
Michael Folio 
James S. Frantz Jr. 
James Michael Gallagher 



Paul Whitmore Gerhardt 
Peter Heywood Goss 
Cornelia Walton Graves 
James Douglas Gray 
Alan S. Guyes 



Jim H. Guynn Jr. 
Harry Ellis Hall 
Henry Young Hamilton 
David Alan Hamra 
Meegan E. Hanrahan 



R. Taylor Harbison Jr. 
Jeffrey Brian Harrison 
Palmer Tracy Heenan 
Harry F. Hoke III 
Scott Worthington Hood 



Daniel Andrew Hosage, Jr. 
Harry Graham Hudgins 
Richard D. Hughes 
Charles Stewart Hulfish 
James Eraser Humphreys III 



William George Hyland Jr. 

John Smith Hyslop III 

Victor Alfred Jaramillo 

Herbert Raymond Jennings 

Ralph T. Jones 



Toshikuni Kaneto 
Harvey Leiand Kay I 

Edward U. Kissel III 
Edward L. Kuczynski 
Douglas Bassett Lane 



Michael O. Lavitt 

James Keith Leeper 

Grant Everhart Leister 

John Robert Lewis Jr. 

Gregory Alan Lilly 




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David M. Persson 
Edward S. Peterson Jr. 
Jonathan Woodworth Pine Jr 
Jotin Samuel Plowden Jr. 
Gary Joseph Podesta 



Parker B. Potter Jr. 
Henry B. Powell 
James Michael Powell 
George Russell Pruitt III 
Andrew Lane Radcliffe 



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Mark Alan Redding 
Thomas B. Rentschler Jr. 
Peter D. Restaino 
Edward Keith Rodgers 
William Leitch Rodgers Jr. 



Kenneth Wayne Rose 

Richard McC. Ross 

John Randolph Sacks 

Andrew Trigg Sanders Jr. 

Robert Frederick Sartelle 



John Valentine Cook Saylor 

David Randolph Scott 

Norvell Otey Scott 

James Reese Shoemaker 

Charles Carrell Smith 




Kenneth Dawson Smith 

Carlos Solan 

Arthur Jeffrey Somers 

John Philip Stafford 

Stephen David Stahl 



Warren Amerine Stephens 

Wendell B. Stockdale Jr. 

William Strickler 

James S. Taggart 

Will Hill Tankersley Jr. 





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Phillip Joseph Timp 
James Arthur Tommins 
John Robert Trump 
Todd Harwood Tyson 
Gardner Thompson Umbarger 
III 



Keith C. Vanlanen 
Jon Rein Vinegar 
Christopher H. Volk 
John Stanley Volk 
John N. Wall III 







William M. Webster IV 
Neil John Welch Jr. 
Thomas Scott Welch 
Tracy Alexander White 
Robert L. Whilener III 



Richard Bruce Wiles 
Peter Michael Williams 
Benjamin C. Winn Jr. 
Landon Russell Wyatt III 
Robert C. Yerly 




Class of 1980 



Stephen Louis Abraham 

Paul Selman Adams III 

Victor T. Alessandro 

David Colgan Allen 

Richard J. Allen Jr. 



G. Dewey Arnold III 

Stewart Atkinson Jr. 

Hugh Holcombe Baird III 

Joseph Thomas Baker 

Jeffrey A. Bartlett 



Douglass H. Barton 

George Brian Bauer 

David Nicoll Baynard 

J. Robert Bergmann 

Marc Allan Birenbaum 




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Arthur Lane Bloom 
Jay Judah Blumberg 
Craig Clarke Boudreaux 
Marvin Firestone Bowers 
Timothy Austin Brooks 



Mark Talmadge Broughton 
William Michael Brown 
William Elkms Browning 
David Allen Bryant 
Lawrence Harding Bryant 



William W. Bryant 
Bryan Hillary Burg 
Scott Joseph Caddell 
Anthony A. Carli Jr. 
Carle Carlozzi Jr. 



Daniel John Carucci 

Brant Charles 

David Lent Church 

Walton Vincent Clark 



David Edward Constine III 

Philip Craig Cornett 

E. Patrick Corrigan III 

Leslie A. Cotter Jr. 




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Mason Lee Crocker 

Andrew Lester Crowson 

Edward Inman Curry III 

Joseph Benton Ashby Dashiell 



Eric Henry Detlefs 

Michael Robinson Devme 

Michael Francis Dieghan 

Douglas Clark Dorsey 





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Nicholas J. Dubrowski 

Joseph Arthur Dunnam III 

Thomas Edwin Dutton 

Gregory Benton Dyer 



Robert Barton Earle 

Goetz Benedict Eaton 

Robert M. Eisdorfer 

Richard Scott Essex 



Sydney Dodd Farrar 

Jeffrey B. Fernandez 

Albert Luscombe Foster Jr. 

Hallett R. Gates 





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Covert James Geary 
Lester Jerome Gillen 
Gary Langan Goodenow 
Homer Devon Graham III 



John Lindsay Green 
David A. Greer 
Guy Smith Grossy 
Law/rence Kilgore Gumprich 



Stephen Davis Hallowell 
John Clyde Hamilton 
Fletcher Ward Harkrader II 
David Harold Harpole Jr. 



Willie Cox Hartness 
Perry Schrader Heitman 
Paul Corbett Hendry 
Steven Charles Herold 



Steven L. Higgs 
William F. Hill 
Kelly McCullough Hollins 
John Frederick Hope 



Harris Benjamin Hull Jr. 
Robert Eugene Hummel 
Stewart Douglas Jackson 
Aric Wayne Johnson 



Richard Kevin Johnson 
George Edward Jordan 
Edward J. Kamis Jr. 
Michael Ramer Karcher 




Singleton Dewey Keesler Jr. 

Myles Harris Kelley 

William Watkins Kelly Jr. 

Bradley Kemp Kesel 

Peter Christopher Klngsbery 



Mark Alan Kinnlburgh 

John Christopher Kisalus 

Mark Edward Klaus 

Paul Koehler 

David Franklin Koogler 



Andrew Allsion Lassiter 

James Penner Leisy 

Kevin Kent Leonard 

Richard Mark Lewis 

Thomas Alan Lisk 



Mark Edward Lockhart 

Mark Stuart Louden 

Andrew Duncan Lowe 

Mark Brian Mainwaring 

Richard Austin Makepeace Jr. 






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Eugene Philip Mangum Jr. 
Thomas Fletcher Mann 
Theodore B. Martin Jr. 
William Henry MatthI Jr. 
Walker Porter Mayo III 



Stephen James McCabe 
M. Garrott McClintock 
Michael Robert McCraney 
Matthew K. McCusty 
Barksdale Warwick McNider 



Ken K. McPheeters 
R.M. Merriman 
Howard M. Metzger 
David Edward Meyers 
Carl Watson Miller 



R.K. Moir 

Michael James Monaghan 

Hugh Montgomery 

Michael J. Mrlik 

Paul Allan Nathan 



L.T. Negna 

Benjamin Byrd Newsom 

Jay Everitt Norfleet Jr. 

Raymond Charles Nugent 

Robert James ODonnell 



Joseph E, Olive 

Marc Willson Ottmger 

R. Ownby 

Russell Bogert Parmele 

William W. Paxton 



Gilbert Houghton Pearsall Jr. 

Carl Edward Perry 

Clark Leonard Perryman 

Richard Corbm Pierson 

Howard Andrew Pillsbury 



Joseph Douglas Pinotti 

Jeffrey Taylor Powers 

William Pritchard III 

Millard N. Radford 

William B. Rector III 





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William S. Ridge 
John Raymond Risch 
William Lee Robertson Jr. 
Kenneth Rodman Robson III 
Samuel Hamilton Rogers III 



Walter Keith Sanford 
Richard Holleman Schoenfeld 
Peter John Schott 
Andrew Clay Schutrumph 
Victor Wray Shepherd 



Frederick Will Sherman 
Sidney Searle Simmons III 
Reid Matthews Slaughter 
Mark Donald Smith 
Walter Sneed 



David Jefferson Sorrells 
Peter Allen Stanford 
Jesse Fletcher Suber 
Peter Brookins Taylor 
William Bruce Taylor 



Charles V. Terry 

Richard Thompson 

Vail Tucker Thorne 

Kenneth William Tolley Jr. 

Michael Belts Van Amburgh 



George Douglas Vermilya 

Mark G. Walker 

Thomas R. Wall IV 

Joseph K. Wallace 

Richard Strouse Wallerstein Jr. 




Robert Livingston Walter 

William Taylor Watson IV 

David L. Weaver Jr. 

Kenneth Paul Webber 

David Walter West 



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John Carnes Willhite 
Scott Alan Williams 
Adrian Williamson III 
Bruce D. Wilmot 
John Thomas Woods 



Thomas Amory Wornom 
Harry Wright IV 
Mitchell Stephens Wynne 
Richard Harrison Yancey 
Scott W. Zackawski 



James Frederick Abeloff 
Charles Ottis Adier 
Thomas Gildo Alfano 
W.M. Atchison 
Don Scott Baker 



Peter Frederick Bariteau 
Thomas Martin Bartlett 
Richard A. Baxter 
Kevin Ryan Bell 
Peter Hans Benda 



Raymond Karl Best 
Clarke Stephen Bigler 
John Gary Billmyre 
Robert D. Bmder 
Jeffrey S. Blanchard 



Homer Austin Bliss 
Edwm Renden Blomquist Jr. 
John G.P. Boatwnght Jr. 
John W. Soger 
William Wheeler Bourne 



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John Marvin Brackin 

Nicholas J. Brady 

Geoffrey Harrison Brent 

Julian Francis Breslin 

William Montgomery Briscoe 



Willey Richard Broaddus IV 

Gerard Louis Broccoli 

James Gilbert Brock Jr. 

Robert Lawrence Brooke 

Edward Gautler Brooks 



Jeff Buntrock 
Barry Burke 



Winston Watts Burks III 
William Craig Burns 



Dennis Byrne 
James Sands Campbell 



Samuel Henegar Campbell IV 

Michael P. Canavan 

James Scott Cardozo 

Kevin Patrick Carney 

William Tobin Cassels III 



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Jeffrey James Christovich 

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Charles Fenton Clarke Jr. 




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William Warren Crowdus III 
John Patrick Daly 
Christopher James Daniel 
Cyril Douglas Davis 



Jay Allan Diesling 
John David Donahey Jr. 



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John Fort Dorsey 



Brian Clark Doub 
Charles Steven Douglas 



Richard Hagood Drennen 
Eldon Steven Dummit III 
James John Dupplessie 
Lawrence E. Dwight Jr. 
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George Lee Echols 
Clark S. Edgar 
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Steven M. Everett 

George Davidson Fagan 

Michael Joseph Farrand 

Richard Allan Formato Jr. 



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Robert Lee Height 



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John Edward Helms 



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John Wells Herbert 



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James F. Hicks 111 



Terry Wayne Hamilton 
Charles Tandy Hammes Jr. 
Stephen N. Handy 
Matthew Jeffrey Harris 
Douglas Lambert Hassinger 




Ronald Michael Hiltz 

James Patrick Hinson 

Alfred Richard Hintz 

Robert Lyn Hite 

Robert Winslow Holliday 



William Templeton Howard Jr. 

Richard Koppe Hoy 

Kevin Dale Humphries 

William Kivlighan Hutton 

George Bonner larossi 



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George R. Irvine III 

Edward Arthur Johnson 

Frank Shriver Jones Jr. 

William Powell Jones 



Dean Constantine Kalamaras 

Warren Paul Kean 

Richard C. Keatley Jr. 

Ben Whitworth Keesee 

John Maynard Kemp 



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Richard Peter Kenney 

Ted Morris Kerr 

Allan Goldston King 

Richard Ira Kirkland 



Carlis Eugene Kirkpatrick 

Frank Burkhead Knowlton 

Edward Alan Kramer 

David Harold Kuhn 

Thomas Lee Larimore 





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Claude Spencer Leffel III 
Frederick Christian Leiser III 
Bradley A. Lewis 
David A. Lewis 



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William Richard Light III 
Lawrence Joseph Loveridge 
William A. Mackie 
James Joseph Malone Jr. 



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Charles Walter Mason 
Thomas Knowles May 
Harry Hill McAlister 
Kevin Barry McCormack 



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Gregory Eugene McDonald 
Louis Allen McDonough Jr. 
Kevin Michael McGuire 
Max Victor McLaughlin Jr. 



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Stuart Bridges McMillan 
William Matthew McNearney 
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Christopher Frost Menefee 



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Scott B, Michaels 
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Thomas Henry Moore 

William Howard Morris 








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David Farris Mullin 
William James Murphy 

William Paul Myers 




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Jerrell Glenn Nickerson 

John Bigby Northington 

Dayton L. Nunley 

Christopher O'Connor 



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Clinton Penn Owen III 

Robert S. Palmer 

Paul Andrew Pentifallo 

Michael John Perry 



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John P. Pigue 
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David Bruce Poole 




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Joseph Robles 



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Richard W. Salmons Jr. 



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George Wesley Santos II 

John Kasey Saunders 

Joseph C. Savage 



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Scott Thomas Stafford 
John James Stathakis 
Charles Gilbert Stinnett Jr. 
David G. Stoeffell 



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John Raymond Suit 
Perry Henry Sutherland 
Todd Laffa Sutherland 
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Charles Randall Talley 

Edward Tennent Taylor II 

William Alexander Towler 

John Mark Turner 



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Charles F. Vanhorn 

James K. Vines 

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Last spring, after the withdrawal of the then newly appointed editor. Joe Fitzgerald, 
the Publications Board picked sports editor J. Michael Gallagher, a math major with 
little first hand knowledge of the inner workings of a newspaper, to lead the Ring-tum 
Phi. The Phi had been losing a lot of prestige over the years for being too inhibited, 
too staid, and not extensive enough. The rather innocent, business as usual' ap- 
pointment of Gallagher would eventually bear a great deal of importance for the 
1977-1978 year. 

The Phil stood as the catalyst, or at least the amplifier, for the majority of the 
controversy which deluged the ordinarily quaint and quiet colonnade. Although many 
claimed the divisive snarling was purely the fault of the newfangled editor, much of 
this year's controversy had actually been seething beneath the placid surface of 
W.&.L. life. But Gallagher, with his tough minded (at times closed minded) approach 
to campus issues and anxieties, provided the green light for these undercurrents to 
explode into the open. 

At its base, much of the controversy had nothing to do with Gallagher, his editorial 
policies, or his staff but emerged after the Ring-tum Phi. through investigative report- 
ing and a lack of deference to percieved campus elites, had set the tone for campus 
discussion. 

The Phi set the tone of controversy in the first issue of the year in a lead article 
entitled "SAB. UNDER FIRE" where news editor Lee Howard quoted charges, to be 
reported to the Executive Committee, made by Rick Goddard. senior law school 
representative to the E.G.. of funds mismanagement, questionable financial transac- 
tions, and high level incompetence and laxness within the Student Activities Board. 

The charges were directed particularly at last years co-chairmen Mike Armstrong 
and John Berley. Amid threats of libel suits by Berley and Armstrong and critisism of 
the Phi by the newly appointed S.A.B. co-chairman Bill Tucker. Goddard clarified his 
charges. But with this clarification came new accounting guidelines to make different 
student organizations fiscally efficient and more responsibly accountable to the E.C, 
Charlie Hulfish. a co-chairman of this years S.A.B. also came under attack for his 
failure to repay promptly a personal loan extended to him by the S.A.B. the previous 
spring. Goddard. questioning the loan itself and Hulfishs delay in repaying it. moved 
for the removal of the co-chairman. After revealing his personal prolJlems behind his 
decision to accept the loan. Hulfish was barely retained 
by an EC, vote of 5-4-1, 

Also in late September, second year law student 
Daniel G. Beyer sparked a shortlived controversy by 
writing a letter to the editor which was caustically de- 
rogitory of the undergrads. Beyer's closing paragraph 
capped his academic snobbism. "I guess the moral of 
the story is this: at Washington and Lee. boys will be 
boys but men (and capable women) will be law stu- 
dents." But Beyer loomed as a lone eagle. The students 
at Lewis Hall did not share his view while several sca- 
thmg responses, from different segments of the cam- 
pus, appeared in the following weeks letters to the 
editor column. Within a couple of weeks homecoming 
diverted students" attention away from Beyers harsh 
words. 

But even Homecoming Weekend was not exempt 
from controversy. Just prior to the weekend, a Gal- 
lagher editorial discussed rack-dates and common 
techniques used by upper classmen to attain them. The 
now notorious "Rack Date Editorial" spread a wave of 
resentment throughout the girls" schools leading some 
feminists at Hollins to mimeograph the article and post 
it around the Hollins campus. Beneath the reproduced 
editorials, the feminists added their personal opinion 
with a one sentence indictment of the "W.&L, gentle- 
man." 

The incident proved to t)e a polarizing force between 
the Ring-tum Phi under Gallaghers leadership and the 
student body. Many of the students felt Gallagher had 
acted with no sense of taste while the few "j.m,g," bac- 
kers countered that the anti-traditionalist editor merely reflected upon an embarrass- 
ing fact of W,&L, life with college humour. 

At this time, the Lexington Police Department entered the act by raiding late night 
fraternity parties and issuing citations for noise violations. The raids upon the S,P,E. 
and Fiji houses set off a shouting match between the Inter Fraternity Council with the 
help of the Ring-tum Phi and the Lexington Police Department. Town-Gown relations 
became more strained as a Phi Kapp hurled an egg at squad in the middle of an arrest. 
Pi Kappa Phi was arrested for having a loud party, "gunshots ". and "yells"". A house 
brother later felt his firecrackers may have been mistaken for gunshots. 

As the police continued to approach the W.&L. community with a hard line attitude, 
the long and undying faculty debate was laid rest as that particular body favored their 
retention. The stormy month of October ended turbulently as the "Nose Knows" col- 
umn disparaged many students in applying an article in the U, Va, Cavalier to W.&L. 
about varying degrees of preppyness. More damaging to Gallaghers falling reputa- 
tion and to the Phi was the Nose's belittling reference of Adair Mutton. The stores 
manager. Leon Worley, withdrew his $1 ,800 account from the newspaper thus creat- 
ing considerable tension and dissension (mainly Ijetween Gallagher and Business 
Manager Peter Goss) among the ranks of the staff-workers. Eventually. Barry Godin. 
the writer responsible for the controversy and the flagrant personal attacks, had to 
step down as the venerable nose. 

The credibility of campus organizations came under fire once again in November as 
the Executive Committee called the S.A.B. and the Contact Committee to testify. 
Apparently, the S.A.B. had not adequately followed the financial guidelines adopted 
by the EC earlier in the year Rick Goddard felt the SAB should be held for an 
automatic honor violation '. The source of the investigation, junior representative 
and S.A.B. ad hoc member Jack Bovay. later claimed that the Ring-tum Phi had 
misquoted him. Although Rick Goddard affirmed the Phi's understanding of what had 
said, the junior rep chastised Gallagher for "an abuse of . . . editorial powers. " S.A.B. 
co-chairman Bill Tucker joined Bovay in critisizing the Phi for sensationalism. The 
SAB. found the EC. sympathetic to its contention that an interval of administrative 
lag time had occurred between the time of the institution of the accounting guidelines 
and the time of their actual implementation. Bovay, as ad hoc member, attributed 
much of this lag to a lack of communications within the activities board and added 




that treasurer Jim Foreman had done a good job. The investigation into the 
Contact Committee revealed that the committee had directly violated an E.C. 
mandate, to liquidate all assets at the end of an academic year, by maintaining a 
secret $500 account over the summer. The committee also held galas at the 
student body expense. Last year's Contact co-chairman John Bruch defended 
the dinners and the summer accounts as standard operating procedure, dis- 
puted to no avail the amount of money in the balance, and castigated the Phi 
claiming Gallagher's editorial policies were causing the paper to join the ranks 
of "Hustler and Midnight Magazine,'" The E.C. rejected a Goddard motion 8-1 to 
make unapproved parties an honor violation. The I F.C. joined the Contact de- 
bate by passing a motion to require a year-end balance sheet and list of expendi- 
tures to determine what, if any, contribution the fraternities would make to the 
program for the next year With Gallagher using the student body constitution to 
exert editorial pressure for EC. action, the EC passed a motion the next week 
to require its approval for all campus organizational blasts and that Contact 
would have to diwy up remaining cash balances at the end of each year on a 
percentage of contribution basis between the EC. and the I. F.C. with Contact 
holding onto the remaining percentage attributable to outside contributions. 

The Phi scored a major victory for W.&L. students after Thanksgiving break by 
debating the acclaimed right of the police to withold relevant arrest information 
pertaining to fraternity parties. The implementation of certain guidelines de- 
signed for the release of more police information all but ended the town-grown 
frat music battle. 

The new year started off briskly with a short but heated intellectual debate 
sparked by a Phi assertion that the university indirectly supported apartheid in 
South Africa by holding large endowment investments in american multi na- 
tional corporations which are heavily invested, and therefore providing eco- 
nomic sustenance, in that oppressive nation. President Huntley quickly resolved 
the controversy by stating officially, "In my view, it would not be feasible or wise 
for the university to organize itself in such a way as to formulate or implement 
ethical, political, or diplomatic policies through its investment management," 
January closed with the E,C, passing a modified version of a pre-rejected pro- 
posal of sophomore representative Steve Abraham 
which mandated open meeting until a vote of all cam- 
pus organization meetings. 

Student government controversy rocked the campus 
in February as the EC. called in Student Control Com- 
mittee chairman Jim McNider to testify about certain 
procedures. While Ring-tum Phi editor Mike Gallagher 
critisized the S C.C for being too zealous and imping- 
ing upon the rights of the accused as dictated by the 
U.S. Supreme Court case Miranda v. Arizona. McNider 
counter attacked the paper for defying a Publications 
Board order to confront a per- against whom allega- 
tions have been made. The main result of the E.C. in- 
vestigation was the request, and McNider's compliance 
with the request, for the S.C.C. to clarify its powers and 
procedures along with the delineation of the accused's 
rights. Fancy Dress heralded the end of the Hulfish' 
saga. The former S.A.B. co-chairman refused to leave 
campus after an honor violation. Neither the E.C. or the 
administration felt it had the power to remove the obs- 
tinate Hulfish (remaining on campus to sell F.D. tee 
shirts into which he had invested $500). Gallagher 
critisized both parties for inaction. The article of the 
crash landing of Hulfishs turbulent and aborted W.&L. 
career touched a less than cordial exchange between 
the Ring-tum Phi and The Executive Committee. E.C. 
president Jim Underhill. along with other committee 
members, felt that Gallagher had been editorially irres- 
ponsible and subsequently had violated the confidence 
of the Honor trial. Members of the Phi staff answered 
the allegation by pointing out that the story dealt with 
events after the trial and not with the trial itself. The Phi staff countered that it 
had excersized sufficient restraint in not revealing the details of the trial which 
had been made known to many students by EC. members in direct violation of 
the White Book. 

The winter drew to a close with the rattling discovery by Delta Tau Delta rep to 
the I. F.C. Bill Thistlethwaite of a Red Square' machine composed of SAE, PHI 
Kapp, Beta. Phi Delt. DTD, KA, and SNU. Thistlethwaite discovered the "secret- 
ive" organization when he realized that Delt president Biff Martin had partici- 
pated in I.F,C, elections without his house brothers knowledge or approval. The 
"Red Square Machine' captured six of seven top l,F,C. posts (Martin getting one 
of them). The politics gave way to new elections and Martin's resignation from 
his newly attained post. The attacks directed toward the machine were not 
directed toward any malevolence inherent in the machine but for its lack of 
being representative of all fraternities. Excluded fraternities exhibited consider- 
able resentment toward the machine and tested out the possibility of an anti- 
Red Square coalition. 

As this yearbook goes to press the traumatically climatic controversy, the 
Rank-tam Poon incident continues to unfold in all its complexity and publicity. 
The student body remains divided over relevant questions concerning the Gal- 
lagher's humour magazine and his subsequent dismissal. In this growing at- 
mosphere of distrust and dislike, the budding critics and the knee jerk suppor- 
ters of jmg may overlook the impact (e.g. the right of the accused) of Gallagher's 
year. 




Fini! Fine! Am Ende! Terminado! Done! Unbelievable! 
Another year of W&L madness compiled into 300 
pages. Well maybe not all madness, but nonetheless a 
maddening experience to put it all together. Remember 
freshman camp? Barely huh. Or Charlie Hulfish. A 
beer-less Homecoming. The Four Tops . . . WOW. 
Penn Plummer and Dick Miller. Grain. The Rank Tam- 
Poon. Labs. Another losing football season. Rush. An 
aborted concert. Drug busts. Fancy Drunk. Pat Hinely 

... $6 please. The B that gave you a "Dog" 

Losing to U.Va for the first time. Country parties 
Exams. Goshen . . . often. Hollins, Sweet Briar . . 
more often. A long winter. Snow, snow and more snow 
The Lexington police. The Red Square "machine". All 
those soul groups. Fraternity hypocracy. Booze. Khaki 
pants. A newfangled co-op. "We gotcha comin' back?" 
Lacrosse games. Rack dates. The Pub Board ... ha, 
ha. Controversy and Mike Gallagher. Sound typical? 
Well maybe you've hit on something. The set remains 
the same, only the faces change. In any event most of 
what makes W&L is here in this book: a positive and 
tasteful reflection of the 1977-1978 school year. (For 
those interested, the DTD picture is on page 172.) Hope 



you enjoy it. 

Thanks to the many who helped make this book a 
reality. Thanks to Ned McDonnell for his written pieces; 
Howie Collierfor his faculty drawings; John Cole for his 
cartoons; our patrons; Stuart Craig, Greer Barriault and 
Neil Sheehan for the many hours in the darkroom; Mike 
and Dave down at Andre Studios; and to Carole Chap- 
pell for her typing skills and a cheerful attitude. 

Special thanks to Pat Hinely for his patience, cooper- 
ation and general (in) sanity; to C.L.C for the seminars, 
bingbos, lots of good music and God forbid . . . 
Tracer; to the pumpkin cutters, Boice, Va, Doug, Andy 
and Harry T. (sorry but that picture never came off); to 
Mrs. Cook for a well-learned lesson; the boys in 
Zollmanville for being themselves and putting up with 
me; and finally to Charlie Garrison and all the people at 
Hunter Publishing Co. for another fine job. 

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