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Washington and Lee University 

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ANNUAL PUBLICATION OF THE STUDENTS 
OF WASHINGTON AND LEE UNIVERSITY 

DAVID C. G. KERR Editor-in-Chief 

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jfn Tribute te Achievement 

Our theme has been concerned with a restatement of many ideals and 
values with which our University imbues us during our sojourn here. These 
qualities do not happen to exist at Washington and Lee, they are the result 
of sacrifices made by the superior minds and personalities which have gone 
to mold the traditions of this College. 

We are fortunate and secure in the realization that in the uncertainty of 
the future, Washington and Lee can be administered with the same quality 
of leadership with which her history abounds. 

One man especially, for his earnest effort toward the achievement of a 
greater and richer heritage for our College, calls forth our praise and sin- 
cerest respects. In his four years as Dean of the University, his intellectual 
enthusiasm and his attentive leadership have been dedicated to the task of 
building a wider opportunity for undergraduates and future students alike. 
His versatile capacities have become manifest in all phases of campus life — 
from the larger and more impersonal aspects, to those touching upon the very 
lives of the students. His sympathetic attention and invaluable counsel has 
been at our constant disposal. 

The 1951 Calyx is dedicated as a tribute to a friendly administrator— a dis- 
tinguished educator and a builder for our future 

DEAN JAMES GRAHAM LEYBURN 





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"There also we absorbed something of 
the personality of those who taught us . . ." 



7 




THE 
PRESIDENT 

DR. 

FRANCIS 
PENDLETON 
GAINES 



To the Class of 1951: 

These have been, I am sure, fruitful years. Like your prede- 
cessors of the two centuries, you have taken lingering glances 
down long vistas of antique culture, you have conquered stub- 
born problems of the mental disciplines, you have walked, 
enriched by friendship and guided by honor, the campus ways 
of beauty. 

Your own academic history has included, however, a special 
chapter. You have been compelled to learn a difficult lesson; to 
plan intelligently and courageously the shortened step because 
a veil of uncertainty obscures our future; to perform com- 
petently the little duty of personal aspiration when world- 
shaking issues command and disturb our anxious minds. 

Your mastery of this task elicits the admiration of us all. 
Your record in these troubled years is mastery and promise. I 
recall the great assurance: "Thou has been faithful over a few 
things, I will make thee ruler over many things." 



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anted 





FRANK I. GILLIAM 
Dean oi Students 

EARL S. MATTINGLY 
Treasurer 



JAMES G. LEYBURN 
Dean of the University 

JAMES L. HOWE 



CLAYTON E. WILLIAMS 
Dean, School of Law 

LEWIS W. ADAMS 
Dean, School of Commerce 



THE UNIVERSITY ADMINISTRATION 



HENRY E. COLEMAN 
Librarian 



THOMAS C. WILSON 
Assistant to the Dean of Stude 



CHARLES E. GREEN 
Registrar 




WASHINGTON AND LEE FACULTY 



ACCOUNTING 

ALMAND R. COLEMAN, M.B.A., C.PA. Professor 

EDWIN H. HOWARD, M.S. Assistant Professor 

BIOLOGY 

KENNETH P. STEVENS, Ph.D. Professor 

JAMES H. STARLING, Ph.D. Associate Professor 

JOHN E. DAVIS, A.B. Instructor 

CHEMISTRY 

IAMES L. Howe, Ph.D.. Sc.D. Professor Emeritus 

LUCIUS J. DESHA, Ph.D. Professor 

JOHN F. BAXTER, Ph.D. Professor 

E. S. GILREATH, Ph.D. Assistant Professor 

EDWARD P. WHALEY, M.S. Instructor 

COMMERCE 

LEWIS K. JOHNSON. Ph.D. . Professor 

BRANSON B. HOLDER, Ph.D. Associate Professor 

DANIEL C. LEWIS, B.A., M.B.A. Assistant Professor 

ECONOMICS 

LOUIS W. ADAMS, Ph.D. .... Professor 

GLOVER D. Hancock. Ph.D. Professor 

MERTON, O. PHILLIPS. Ph.D. Professor 

ROBERT H. TUCKER, A.M., LL.D. Professor 

EDWIN C. GRIFFITH, Ph.D. Associate Professor 

HUGH K. HAWK, A.M. Assistant Professor 

JAMES H. STEWART, M.A. Assistant Professor 



ENGINEERING 
HENRY L. RAVENHORST, B.S. Instructor 

ENGLISH 

FITZGERALD FLOURNOY, Ph.D. .... Professor 

JAMES S. MOFFATT, Ph.D. Professor 

GEORGE H. FOSTER, Ph.D. ... Assistant Professor 
ROWLAND W. NELSON. Ph.D. Assistant Professor 
WALTER N. ELDER, D. of Phil. Assistant Professor 
WILLIAM B. GUTHRIE, A.B. Instructor 

BREWSTER S. FORD, A.M. Instructor 

LLOTD L. Lanich. JR., M.A. Instructor 



MARION M. IUNKIN, Arts D Professor 

FOREIGN LANGUAGES 

LINTON L. BARRETT, Ph.D. Professor 

ROBERT F. BRADLEY, Ph.D. . . Professor 

WILLIAM W. PUSEY, III, Ph.D. Professor 

HENRY V. SHELLEY, Ph.D Professor 

BOYD R. EWING, JR., Ph.D. Associate Professor 

REX L. CRIMINALE, M.A Assistant Professor 

GEORGE F. DRAKE, A.B. Assistant Professor 

GEORGE J. IRWIN, A.B. Assistant Professor 

BUFORD S. STEPHENSON. M.A. Assistant Professor 

RICHARD W. GRAY. JR., M.A Instructor 



v, left to right: Drake, Nelson, Ragan. Pusey, Phillips, Light, Gaines, Tucker, Ti 

Myers, and W B. Guthrie. Second Row, left to right: Holder, Whaley, Da 

Twombly. Coleman, Flick. Wine. Lauck, and Stow. 




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2. 



WASHINGTON AND LEE FACULTY 



GEOLOGY 

MARCELLUS H. STOW, Ph.D. Professo 

CHARLES R. WARREN, Ph.D Assistant Proiesso 

HISTORY 

WILLIAM G. BEAN, Ph.D Professo 

OLLINGER CRENSHAW, Ph.D. . . ... Proiesso 

ALLEN W. MOGER, Ph.D Associate Proiesso 

MARSHALL W. FISHWICK, Ph.D. Assistant Professo 

WILLIAM A. JENKS, Ph.D. Assistant Proiesso 

CHARLES W. TURNER, Ph.D. Assistant Proiesso 

HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION 

EDWARD P. TWOMBLY, B.P.E Proiesso: 

NORMAN F. LORD. B.S Assistant Proiesso 

JAMES B. ANDERSON, B.S. Instructoi 

WILSON L. FEWSTER ... Instructo: 

JOURNALISM 

OSCAR W. RIEGEL, M.A Proiesso 

LEA BOOTH, B.A. Assistant Proles 

CHARLES C. VOIGHT, A.M. Assistant Profes 

CHARLES H. LAUCK, A.B Instructo 

MATHEMATICS 

LIVINGSTON W. SMITH. Ph.D Professor Emeritu: 

FELIX P. WELCH, Ph.D Professo 

ROBERT W. ROYSTON, M.A., M.S Assistant Professo 

CHARLES W. WILLIAMS, Ph.D Assistant Professo 

RUSSELL L. WINE, M.A Assistant Professo 



LAW 

CHARLES P. LIGHT, A.M., LL.B. Professo: 

CHARLES R. McDOWELL. M.A., LL.B. Profes 

CLAYTON, WILLIAMS, LL.B. Proiesso: 

CHARLES V. LAUGHLIN, A.B., LL.M., J.S.D. Associate Prol. 

THEODORE A. SMEDLEY, A.B., J.D. .... Associate Professo 

JOSEPH H. WOLFE, B.S., LL.M Assistant Profes: 

CARTER GLASS, III, B.S., LL.M Lectu 

WILLIAM L. MARTIN, L.L.B Lectu 

PHILOSOPHY 

WILLIAM W. MORTON. B.D., D.D. Proiesso: 

EDWARD D. MYERS, Ph.D. Proiesso: 

PHYSICS 

ROBERT W. DICKEY, Ph.D. v 

THOMAS E. LOTHERY, B.S. ."..,,.(.„,: l\, >:<>,,<. 

POLITICAL SCIENCE 

RUPERT N. LATTURE, M.A. 

ALLEN E. RAGAN, Ph.D 

JOHN H. WILLIAMS, A.M 



Profes 
Associate Proiesso: 
Associate! Profes: 



PSYCHOLOGY 



WALTER A. FLICK, Ph.D. 
WILLIAM M. HINTON, Ph.D. 



Professo: 
Associate Professo: 



SOCIOLOGY 



IAMES G. LEYBURN, Ph.D. 



First Row, left to right: Warren, C. Guthrie, Jenks, Johnson, Foster, Adams, Desha, Gray, Gilliam, McDowell, Hancock, Ley- 
burn, Moffatt, Stewart, Gilreath, Voight, Hinton and Baxter. Second Row, leit to right: Lothery, Welch, Lord, Moger, C. Wil- 
liams, J. Williams, Booth, Crenshaw, Brown, Ford, Fichwick, Hawk, Dickey, Wolfe, Laughlin, Ravenhorst, C. E. Williams, 

Morton, and Riegel. 




23 



THE SCHOOL OF LAW 



SENIOR CLASS 

ALBERT F. KNIGHT 
President 

WILLIAM G. HAYNES 
Vice-President 

WILLIAM F. O'NEIL 
Secretary 

JAMES C. MOREHEAD, JR. 
Historian 

RUSH P. WEBB 

Executive Committeeman 




Seated, left to right: Knight and Webb. Standing, right to left: Haynes, O'Neil, Moorehead 



INTERMEDIATE CLASS 

BARKLEY J. STURGHILL President 

JAMES P. MOREFIELD Vice President 

WILLIS M. ANDERSON Secretary 

RICHARD H. LIPSCOMB Historian 

WILLIAM C. BEATTY Executive Committeeman 



FRESHMAN CLASS 



ASHBURY C. COMPTON President 



RUDOLPH M. J. RUSCICK 



Vice President 



D'ARVILLE H. NORTHINGTON Secretary 



JAMES H. FLIPPEN 



Seated, left to right: Lipscomb, Sturghill, Mcrefield, Anderson 
Standing, left to right: Compton, Ruscick, Northington, Flippe 





THE SENIOR CLASS OF 



First Row: 

• WILLIAM HOWARD ADAMS, Blue Springs, Missouri; BBII; «A*. 

• WALTER ANASOVITCH, Ansonia, Connecticut. 



Second Row: 

• JAMES ARTHUR ANDERSON, III, Ashland, Kentucky; B6II; 
<I>BK; OAK House Manager, 4; President, 5; "Law Review," Swim- 
ming Team; <t>A4>; BT2; 2. 

• JOHN S. BAILEY, Parkersburg, West Virginia; <S>AA. 




Third Row: 

• MICHAEL JAMES BARRETT. JR.. Luray, Virginia; *A*; Campus 
Club, Vice-President, 5, Treasurer, 6; President's Advisory Coun- 
cil, 3, 4, 5; Intramural Board, 5, 6; Grappler's Club. 

• HARRY ANDERSON BERRY, JR., Oak Hill, West Virginia; TIKA; 
<I'A<I> B.S., Washington and Lee, '49; Cotillion Club; Howard-Rogers 
Legal Society; Washington and Lee "Law Review." 



Fourth Row: 

• VIRGIL MOIR BOWLES, Roanoke, Virginia; K2. 

• MARVIN CARLISLE BOWLING. JR., Burkeville, Virginia; KA; 
<I>AA; "Law Review." 



Fifth Row: 

• EARLE MARSHALL BROWN, Amherst, Virginia; $AA. 



• ROBERT CLAYTON CAREY, Drifton, Pennsylvania; AT; House 
Manager, 2, 3, 4, 5; International Relations Club, 2, 3. 



• WARREN RANDOLPH CARTER. Suffolk, Virginia, 2AE; <I>AA; 
IIA\; Member, Virginia State Bar Association. 



• THOMAS JOSEPH CONDON. Ansonia, Connecticut; *AA; Legal 
Fraternity; Campus Club; Vice-President, Intermediate Law Class. 



• BEVERLY ANDREW DAVIS. III. Rocky Mount, Virginia; 'I'AA; 
Marshall, 2; Justice, 3; Secretary, Intermediate Law Class. 

• ERSON McGRUDER FARIS. JR., Norfolk, Virginia; *FA ; <1>A<I> 

House Treasurer, 3, 4; Purple Legionnaire, 6; Fraternity Manager's 
Association; Secretary-Treasurer, 3; President, 4; Treasurer of 
Commerce Society, 4, 5, 6; "Southern Collegian," 2, 3, 4; Business 
Manager, 4; Publications Board, 4, 5, 6; Vice-President, 5; Vice- 
President, Fancy Dress, 5; Vice-President, Freshman Law, 4; "Who's 
Who in American Colleges and Universities;" Student Manager, 
University Dining Hall, 5, 6. 




Third Row: 

• ROBERT HENRY FIELDS. Marion, Indiana; *FA; <f>AA; OTA. 

• DAVID WENDEL FORESTER. Jacksonville, Florida; tfAB; eAK; 
*A*; President, Finals, 1947; Senior Manager, Football, 1946; 
"Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities;" Monogram 
Club, Dance Board. 



• JOHN ENGLISH FORD. Martinsville, Virginia, KA; <I>AA. 

• JAMES THOMAS GRAYBEAL. Buena Vista, Virginia. 



Fifth Row: 

• JACK EVERETT GREER, Washington, D. C; *A<I>; President, In- 
termediate Law Class; "Law Review," Intermediate and Senior 
Years. 

• SAMUEL McCABE HAIRSTON, Stuart, Virginia; *FA; <I>A<I>. 



THE SCHOOL OF LAW 





THE SENIOR CLASS OF 

First Row: 

• BLAIR JEROME HARCHUT. McKeesport, Pennsylvania. 



• ERNEST McTAVISH HOLDAWAY. Blacksburg. V; 
Washington and Lee "La\ 



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Second Row: 

• ROBERT W. KIME. Salem, Virginia; *A_V 

• ALBERT FRANCIS KNIGHT, Belleville, New Jersey; <t>AA; "Law 
Review, 1949-'50; Editor-in-Chief, "Law Review," 1950-'5I; Presi- 
dent, Senior Class, 1951. 




Third Row: 

• JAMES CALDWELL LEE, Lookout Mountain, Tennessee; 2AE; 
*A<f>; "Law Review," House Manager; '50, F.M.A., '50; Presi- 
dent, '50 

• FRANK W. LOVE, JR.; II K A; House President, 4, <I>AA; Howard 
Rogers Legal Society; Cotillion Club; President's Advisory Council; 
Dormitory Counselor, 6. 



Fourth Row: 

• JAMES CALVIN LYONS; Howard Rogers Legal Society. 

• LEWE BRYANT MARTIN, Washington, D. C; 15911, <I>.U; r. 



Fifth Row: 

• DONALD WILLARD MASON, Cumberland, Maryland; <J>AA. 

• LESLIE LONGSTREET MASON, JR., Charleston, West Virginia; 
<I>K*; Howard Rogers Legal Society; Secretary, 4; Glee Club; Casa- 
Mona, President, 4. 



• THOMAS GRAFTON McCLELLAN. JR.. Montgomery, West Vir- 
ginia; AXA; <I>A<I>; Howard Rogers Legal Society; Cotillion Club; 

"Law Re 



• JOHN OTHO MARSH. JR.. Harrisonburg, Virginia; *K*; 'hA* ; 
Cross-Country, 1; Vice-President, Fancy Dress, 2; Cotillion Club; 
Assistant Business Manager, Dance Board, 3; Business Manager and 
President Pro Tem, Dance Board, 4; Assimilation Committee; Fresh- 
man Camp Counselor. 



Second Row: 

• WILLIAM FRANK O'NEIL. Covington, Virginia. 

• GROVER CLEVELAND OUTLAND. JR.. Norfolk, Virginia; <*>AA. 




• OTIS EUGENE PINION. Galax, Virginia; *A<I>; "Law Review," 
1, 2, 3. 

• ROBERT LEE POWELL, Princeton, West Virginia; <J>A<!>; Howard 

Rogers Legal Society, 1, 2, 3; Tennis, 2. 



• FRANKLIN BERT PULLEY. Courtland, Virginia; KA; *AA; Mem- 
ber, Virginia Bar; Washington and Lee "Law Review." 

• WILLIAM THORNTON ROMAINE. New York City, New York; 
^K*; A*0; Ring-Tum-Phi, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5; "Southern Collegian," 3, 
4, 5; "The Voice," 3, Co-Editor; Southern Collegian Orchestra, 3; 
Co-Leader, 3; Forensic Union, 2; Graham Lee Literary Society, 3, 4; 
Secretary, 4; V.M.I. Commanders Orchestra, 5, 6. 



Filth Row: 

• DERWOOD HALL RUSHER. Sale 



Virginia. 



• MARK WHITNEY SAURS. Louisville, Kentucky, *K*; 2; HAS; 
OAK; 13 Club; President, Student Body; "Who's Who Among Stu 
dents in American Colleges and Universities;" Great Greeks; Foot- 
ball, 2, 3, 4; Monogram Club. 



THE SCHOOL OF LAW 





THE SENIOR CLASS OF 



• SCOTT N. SHOTT. Bluefield, West Virginia, *K*; *A#; Howard 

Rogers Legal Society. 

• DOUGLAS BLAKE SMITH. Glade Springs, Virginia. 



Second Row: 

O HARPER McCLURE SMITH, Cumberland, Maryland. 

• WARREN LESLIE SNEAD. Roanoke, Virginia; 2X; *AA. 




Third Row: 

• ROBERT BRUCE SPENCER. JR.. Dillwyn, Virginia. 

• JOHN FORESTER TAYLOR, Staunton, Virginia; 2AE; *A<J>, 
Washington and Lee "Law Review." 



• WILLIAM WORTHINGTON TERRY, Wilkinsburg, Pennsylvania; 
B9n ; *AA. 

• HENRY BRECKENRIDGE VANCE, Chevy Chase, Maryland, KA. 



• FRED MOORE VINSON, JR., Washington, D. C; B6II; *BK, 
OAK; *A<I>; *H2; 2; 13 Club; President, Student Body, 4; Base- 
ball, 1,2,3,4, Captain, 4; Basketball, 1,2,3, 4, Captain, 3, 4; 

• ASHLEY S. WALL, South Hill, Virginia; #K2. 
Monogram Club, 2, 3, 4. 



• ALVIN NICHOLLS WARTMAN. Boulder City, Nevada; *BK; 
*-i$; "Law Review," Member, 1949-'50; Assistant Editor, 19SCV51; 
Howard Rogers Legal Society. 

• HARRY EDMOND WEBB, JR., Warm Springs, Virginia; *K9; 
$AA. 



• RUSH PIERCE WEBB. Hillsville, Virginia; Forensic Union, 1, 2 
Graham-Lee Society, 1, 2; President, 2; Dormitory Counselor, 4 
Head Counselor, 6; "Law Review, 5, 6; Executive Committee, 6 
*AA. 

• BENJAMIN BALLARD WHITE, JR., Princeton, West Virginia; 
4>AA; Howard Rogers Legal Society, Secretary. 




• GIBSON MARR WOLFE, La Canada, California; Sociatas Prae- 
medicas, 3, 4; Washington and Lee "Law Review," 6, 7; Band, 
1.-2; Glee Club, 1, 2, 3. 




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THE SCHOOL OF LAW 



THE INTERMEDIATE CLASS 




First Row: 

• WILLIAM C. BEATTY. Charleston, West Vir- 
ginia; <I>A<1>; "Law Review"; Howard Rogers Legal 
Society; Executive Committee; B.A., Morris Har- 
vey College; M.A., University of Cincinnati. 



• JOHN WESLEY DOZIER. Ma 



Georgia; KA. 



> FRANCIS STEWART ELLIOTT. Lima, Ohio; 
i.S., Ohio University. 



Second Row: 



• VIRGIL SAMPSON GORE. JR., Staunton, Vir- 
ginia; ( MiK; (I>A<I>; "Law Review." 



• EARL LEWIS HARGROVE. JR.. Richmond, Vir- 
ginia; Kw; 4-AA; "Law Review." 



• H. RICHARD KAUFFMAN. Shreve, Ohio; *AA. 



Third Row: 

• JACKSON L. KISER. Bramwell, West Virginia; 
<P1<&; "Law Review"; Howard Rogers Legal So- 
ciety. 

• FRANK NELSON LIGHT. Chatham, Virginia. 

• RICHARD HARRISON LIPSCOMB, Suffolk, Vir- 
ginia; ATA. 



Fourth Row: 

• JOSEPH HALSTEAD McGEE, JR.. Charleston, 
South Carolina; 2N; 4'A*; Vice-President and 
Assistant Business Manager, Dance Board; Assis- 
tant Head Dormitory Counselor; Freshman Camp 
Counselor; Cold Check Committee; CALYX Staff. 

• JAMES PORTER MOREFIELD. Princeton. West 
Virginia; Howard Rogers Legal Society, Treasurer, 
2; Vice-President, Intermediate Law Class. 

• ANDREW DOW OWENS. Pulaski, Virginia; 
KA; <I>AA. 



Fifth Row: 

• JAMES C. REED. JR.. Charleston, West Vir- 
ginia; < I>A ( J 1 ; "Law Review"; Howard Rogers Le- 
gal Society. 

• BENJAMINE MILLIKAN RICHARDSON, Roan- 
oke. Virginia; K2; <I>AA. 

• JOSEPH McDONALD SANDERS HI. Bluefield, 
West Virginia; 2AE; <1'AA. 



OF THE SCHOOL OF LAW 



First Row: 

• JAMES WILLIAM HORNE STEWART, Tusca- 
loosa, Alabama; C I J AA; "Law Review"; B.S., Uni- 
versity of Alabama. 

• JOHN GLENWOOD STRICKLER, Roanoke, Vir- 
ginia; *AA. 



• BARKLEY J. STURGILL, Prestonburg, Kentucky; 
2; A.B., University of Kentucky; President of 
Intermediate Law Class. 



Second Row: 



• JOHN PENROD TOLES, Lubbock, Texas; '1>TA; 
•i\\A; Washington Literary Society. 



• JAMES CLINTON TURK, Roanoke, Virgi] 
niv<I> ; 4>AA; Cotillion Club. 



• S. MAYNARD TURK, Roanoke, Virginia; LTK#; 
$AA. 



Third Row: 

• JOSEPH BLAIR YANITY, Athens, Ohio; 2N; 
$AA; A.B., Eastern Kentucky State; Who's Who 
In American Colleges 1949. 




THE FRESHMAN CLASS 
OF THE SCHOOL OF LAW 







First Row: 

• JOHN ORR BECK. Lisbon, Ohio; ATA. 

• CLYDE HENRY BLOEMKER, Highland, Illinois. 

• RICHARD DABNEY CHAPMAN, Lexington, Vir- 
ginia; <t>K2; President 4; 4>BK. 



Second Row: 

• ASBURY CHRISTIAN COMPTON, Ashland, Vir- 
ginia; <Hv2; President of House 4; President of 
Sophomore Class; Monogram Club; Basketball 
1,2,3,4, Captain 4; Who's Who in American Col- 
leges & Universities; Cotillion Club; Dance Board 
2; 2. 

• JAMES HOWARD FLIPPEN, JR., Crews, Vir- 
ginia; KA; B.A., Virginia Military Institute, 1950. 

• LELAND T. GILMORE, Pineville, West Virginia; 
University of Washington, Pre-Law. 



Third Row: 

• CLIFF LATTA, Prestonburg, Kentucky; SN. 

• RONALD EDWARD LEVICK, Forest Hills, New 
York; 4>EII; Freshmen Christian Council; Touba- 
dors 2; Cotillion Club 3,4. 

• CHEDVILLE LOUIS MARTIN. JR.. Tulsa, Okla- 
homa; A-*Si; Troubadors, 1,2,3,4,5; Glee Club. 



Fourth Row: 

• WILLIAM FRANCIS MILLS. Nueva Gerona, Isle 
of Pines, Cuba; <Mv* ; AMI; S.I.M.A., 2,3; South- 
ern ColLegian, 1,2,3; Cotillion Club, 2.3; White 
Friars; Forensic Union; Swimming Team, 1,2,3; 
Troubadors, 1,2,3. 

• HERBERT BROOKS MOLLER. JR.. Atlantic 
Beach, Florida. 

• ROBERT CLYDE SMITH. Conneant, Ohio; *rA; 
Football, 1,2,3,4; Monogram Club; Track, 1; Spiked 
Shoe Society, 2,3,4. 





THE COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES 



SENIOR ACADEMIC CLASS 

OFFICERS 

DAVID E. RYER President 

DOUGLAS M. SMITH Executive Committeeman 

EDWARD P. BASSETT Executive Committeeman 

JOHN K. BOARDMAN Vice-President of Commerce School 

JAMES H. LANE, JR Vice-President of Academic School 

THOMAS A. WASH Vice-President of Science School 

DAVID D. BIEN Secretary 

WILLIAM G. BEAN Historian 



Left to right: Smith, Ryer, B 



Seated, left to right: Lane and Wash. 
Standing, left to right: Bien and Bean. 





THE SENIOR CLASS OF 

First Row: 

• MERRITT ABRASH. Paterson, New Jersey; *ELT, <J>H2. 

• CHARLES WILLIAM AGNOR, JR.. Lexington, Virginia; Mono- 
gram Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball, 1, 2, 3, 4. 

Second Row: 

• FREDERIC JOHN AHERN. Port Washington, New York, *K2; 
HAN, 2, 3, 4. 

• RUSSELL F. APPLEGATE. Kennett Square, Pennsylvania; ATA; 
2AX; White Friars, 2, 3, 4; Ring-Tum-Phi, 2, 3, 4; Cheerleader, 
1, 2, 3; Head Cheerleader, 2. 




• GEORGE FRANCIS ARATA, JR.. Darien, Connecticut; AT; 
White Friars; Concert Guild; Baseball, 1, 2; Swimming, 1, 2, 3, 4. 



• THOMAS OWEN BAGLEY, Fay.etteville, Tennessee; 2AE; 
Forensic Union, 1, 2; CALYX, 2; International Relations Club, 3. 



Fourth Row: 

• JOHN RENDER BALDWIN, Evanston, Illinois; <MA; Ring-Turn- 
Phi; Forensic Union, 1; Basketball Senior Manager, 3; Monogram 
Club. 

• E. GERRY BARKER, Louisville, Kentucky; <J>FA; White Friars. 



Filth Row: 

• EDWARD POWERS BASSETT, Decatur, Illinois; ATA; HAN; 
"13"; Junior Class President; Senior Class Executive Committee; 
Dance Board, 3; Floor Committee, 3, 4. 

• WILLIAM UPTON BEALL. Helena, Arkansas, 2X, IIAX; AKX'; 

Cotillion Club, Ring-Tum-Phi, 1; Forensic Union Speaker, 2; 13 
Club; President 13 Club, 4; Graham-Lee Literary Society, Inter- 
fraternity Council, 3; Chairman Cold Check Committee, 4; Vice- 
President Opening Dances, 4. 



First Row: 

• WILLIAM GLEASON BEAN. JR., Lexington, Virginia; KA; Var- 
sity Baseball; International Relations Club; Secretary of Senior 
Class. 

• JOEL HALBERT BERRY. JR.. Norfolk, Virginia; <M'A; Varsity 
Crew, 1, 2, 3; Cotillion Club; "13" Club; Football Manager, 2, 3; 
Interfraternity Council, 4. 



Second Row: 

• DAVID DUCKWORTH BIEN, Baltimore, Maryland; ATA; 3>H2; 
Ring-Tum-Phi; Glee Club, 1; Graham-Lee Literary Society, 3, 4; La- 
Crosse, 1, 2, 3, 4; Dorm. Couns.; Historian, Senior Class. 

• EMORY WEST BITZER. JR.. Hernando, Florida, KA. 



Third Row: 

• JOHN KING BOARDMAN, JR.. Columbus, Ohio; Bell; OAK; 
White Friars; Editor, "Ring-Tum Phi", 4; Vice-President, Commerce 
School, 4; Vice-President Openings, 3; Who's Who in American 
Colleges and Universities. 




• TOHMAS TALBOT BOND, Baltimore, Maryland; ATA; Forensic 
Union; Cotillion Club; Interfraternity Council, 2, 3; LaCrosse, 



• DONALD W. BOURNE, Glen Ridge, New Jersey; <I>K2; Basket- 
ball Manager; Baseball, 1, 2, 3. 

• JOHN PORTER BOWEN, JR., Newport News, Virginia; ZAX; 
Campus Club; Forensic Union; Mahan Award for Creative Writ- 
ing, 1949 and 1950; Graham-Le.e Literary Society, 1; Intramural 
Football, Basketball, Wrestling; "Home Edition" Radio Program 
Staff; Shenandoah. 

Fifth Row: 

• CHARLES JOSEPH BRADSHAW. Memphis, Tennessee; 2AE; 
LTAX; Christian Council Secretary, 3; President, 4; Opening 
Dances Vice-President, 3; Cotillion Club; Interfraternity Council. 

• HOWARD BRATCHES. White Plains, New York; <I>K2; "13" 
Club; Cotillion Club; Soccer, 2, 3; Baseball, 2, 3; Basketball, 
1, 2, 3; "Ale and Quail"; Vice-President, Junior Class; Fancy 
Dress President, 4; Finals; Vice-President, 4; Dance Board, 4. 



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First Row: 

• BETHEL CLINE BROWN. Cleveland, Tennessee; B9II. 



• ROBERT HAYES BROWN. Roanoke, Virginia; KZ; Manager, La 
Crosse. 



Second Row: 

• WESLEY GREGORY BROWN, Chattanooga, Tennessee; $A8; 
Golf Team. 1, 2, 3, 4; Freshman Football, 1; Varsity Football, 
2; Secretary Junior Class, 3. 

• PRESTON MERCER BROWNING. JR., Culpepper, Virginia; AT; 
II. \X, 2, 3, 4; Cotillion Club, 2, 3, 4; Assimilation Committee, 4. 




Third Row: 

• HOLMES RIDDICK BUTLER, JR., Suffolk, Virginia; KSj LTAN. 

e RICHARD PETER CANCELMO, Cynwyd. Pennsylvania; XX; 
AEA, Lieutenant Commander; White Friars; Graham-Lee Literary 
Society; Ale and Quail Society, Secretary-Treasurer; Washington 
and Lee Concert Guild, 3. 



Fourth Row: 

• OLIVER T. CARTER, Washington, D. C; AT; AIM'; Pledge 
Master; Crew, 1; Track, 3, 4; White Friars; Glee Club, 1; Spiked 
Shoe Society; Cotillion Club. 

• CHARLES BEAUMONT CASTNER. JR.. Louisville. Kentucky; 
ATA; W&L Concert Guild; Southern Collegians; Railroad Club, 3, 
4; Southern Collegian, 2. 



• JAMES EDWARD CHAFFINS. Lexington, Virginia; Freshman 
Football, 1; Young Republicans, 3; Campus Club, 3-4. 

• BEAUFORD LAFON CLARKE. JR., Charleston, West Virginia; 
UK A; House Manager, 3; House Managers Association, 3; Track, 
1; Rush Ch 



First Row: 

• PHILO COCO. JR.. Marksville, Louisiana; KA; HAN; Forensit 
Union; Glee Club; Cotillion Club, President, 4; "13" Club; Gra 
ham-Lee Literary Society, 2, 3; President, Opening Dances, 4, 
Dance Board, 4; Interfraternity Council, 3, 4. 

• WILLIAM REA COGAR, Charleston, West Virginia; <I>KM' 
Vice-President Fancy Dress, 3; I.F.C., 2, 3; Christian Council, 3 
Chairman Charity Chest, 3; "13" Club; LTAN; Cotillion Club 
Dorm Counselor; Assimilation Committee; Cold Check Committee 
Freshman Camp Counselor; Chairman Independent Political Party 
3, 4; Howard-Rogers Legal Society. 



Second Row: 

• LEWIS PRESTON COLLINS, III. Marion, Virginia; *KS; Chris- 
tian Council, 1; East Lexington Boys' Club; White Friars, 2, 3, 4, 
President, 3; Senior Manager of Football, 4; Monogram Club, 4. 

• THOMAS ANDERSON COURTENAY, HI. Louisville, Kentucky; 
IIKA; Washington and Lee Concert Guild. 




• VINCENT McMILLAN COX. JR.. Marion, Virginia; *K2; Soccer, 
3. 

• J. ALAN CROSS. JR.. Miami, Florida, AXA; President, Chess 
Club; Baseball Scorekeeper, 1; International Relations, 1. 



Fourth Row: 

• ERIC GOULD CURRY. Key West, Florida; "Reporter," 3; 
CALYX, 1, 2, 3; Graham-Lee, 3, 4; 2N. 

• THOMAS CARL DAMEWOOD. Charleston, West Virginia; 
White Friars; Forensic Union, 2; Assimilation Committee, 4; How- 
ard-Rogers Legal Society, 4. 



• ARTHUR THOMAS DAVIS. Ocean City, Maryland; *K2; AK'I'; 
LaCrosse Manager, 1, 2, 3. 

• RICHARD H. DAVIS. Harlingen, Texas; 2AE; AIM'; Initiation 
Captain, 4; Forensic Union, 1, 2; CALYX, 2; "Southern Collegian," 
2, 3; International Relations Club, 3. 



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• THOMAS EDWARD DAVIS. Cumberland, Maryland; AXA; 
AEA; Forensic Union, 1; White Friars, 2, 3, 4. 



• WILLIAM LEAVITT DAVIDSON, Alexandria, Virginia; AT; Band, 
1-4; Track, 1; Crew, 2, 3, 4. 



Second Row: 



• SAM DANIEL EGGLESTON, JR.. Charlotte Courthouse, Virginia; 
<I>K2. 



• ANDREW JACKSON ELLIS, JR., Ashland, Virginia; *K2; Ale 
and Quail Society, 4. 




Third Row: 

• JOSEPH THOMAS ENGLEBY. III. Roanoke, Virginia; KA; Wash- 
ington and Lee Horse Show Association, 2, 3; Vice-President, 3; 
White Friars, 4. 

• DONALD MAYO FERGUSSON. Richmond, Virginia; OAK, 4; 
Secretary-Treasurer, 51; Assimilation Committee, 4; Dance Floor 
Committee, 3, 4; Dorm Counselor, 3, 4; Basketball, 2, 4; Football, 
1, 2, 3, 4; Monogram Club, 2, 3, 4; Counselor, Freshman Camp, '51. 



• PETE EDWARD FORKGEN, Bangalore, India; SN; Manager, 
LTAN; Cotillion Club; Troubadours, Secretary, 3; Varsity Soccer, 
1, 2. 

• EUGENE E. FREEMAN. JR., Winchester, Kentucky; *AG; Treas- 
urer, AK^I'; Treasurer, $H2; Treasurer, Assimilation Committee; 
Freshman Camp Counselor, 4; Graham-Lee Literary Society, 4; 
Camera Club, 4; Ring-Turn Phi, 1. 



Filth Row: 

• ANDREW B. GALLAGHER. Cincinnati, Ohio; 2N; Ring-Tum-Phi; 
1, 2; Manager, 3. 

• JAMES FRANCIS GALLIVAN. Greenville, South Carolina; 2AE; 
AK>I'; 2A*I'; Football, 3; Track, 1, 2, 3, 4; Swimming, 3, 4; Spiked 
Shoe Society, 2, 3, 4; President, 4; White Friars; Assimilation Com- 
mittee; Intramural Board, 3. 



First Row: 

• EDWARD JAMES GERKEN, Norwalk, Ohio; *K*; White Friars; 
Varsity Golf, 2; Fraternity Managers' Association, 4. 

• FONTAINE JOHNSON GILLIAM, Lexington, Virginia; *A9; 
AK*. 



Second Row: 

• ROBERT EASTWOOD GLENN, Radford, Virginia; ITK<J>; AKM'; 
Cotillion Club; HAN; I.F.C., 2, 3; President's Advisory Commit- 
tee, 3. 

• HOWARD DANIEL GOLDMAN, JR., Richmond, Virginia; *EIT; 
Columns, 1; Troubadours, 1, 2; Varsity Basketball Manager, 1. 




• ROBERT SIDNEY GOLDSMITH, JR., Beckley, West Virginia; 
*K2; Football, 4; Basketball, 4; Gauley Bridge Hunt Club. 

• ANDREW WILLIAM GOTTSCHALL, JR., — ; U.W.F., 3, 4. 



Fourth Row: 

• DENNIS ROBERT GREENWOOD, Menominee, Michigan; AAT; 
St. Norbert College, Home Edition — National Editor; Washington 
and Lee. 

• JOHN F. HALL, JR., Harrisburg, Pennsylvania; *K2; Graham- 
Lee Literary Society, 3, 4; Spiked Shoe Society, 2, 3, 4; Senior 
Track Manager, 3; Cross Country Manager, 3; "Shenandoah," 
(Assoc. Ed.-3); Poetry Editor, 4. 



Fifth Row: 

• GUY BOWERS HAMMOND, Birmingham, Alabama, AX A; *H2; 
Christian Council, 1, 2, 3, 4; Vice-President, 4; Glee Club, 
1, 2, 3, 4; Secretary, 3; President, 4; Editor of Freshman Hand- 
book. 

• JOEL EZEL HAMRICK, Bristol, Virginia; *l\i; Crew, 1, 2, 3; 
Cheer Leader, 1, 2; Cotillion Club. 



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THE SENIOR CLASS OF 



• RAYMOND WILLIAM HENRY, Corpus Christi, Texas; AXA; 
AEA. 

• HENRY KING HILL, JR., Louisville, Kentucky; K2; House Man- 
ager; Member of Fraternity Manager's Association, IIAN; Crew, 
1, 2. 



Second Row: 

• THOMAS J. HILL, III, Stanford, Kentucky. 

• ARTHUR HOLLINS, III, Lake Charles, Louisiana; *K*; Secre- 
tary, 2; Vice-President, 4; White Friars; "13" Club; Christian 
Council, 1; Ring-Tum-Phi, 1, 2; CALYX, 2; Activities Editor, 3. 




Third Row: 

© SAMUEL BRINSON HOLLIS. Memphis, Tennessee; SAE; OAK; 
AK^I'; Swimming, 1, 2, 3; Southern Collegian, 1; Assistant Busi- 
ness Manager, 2; Student War Memorial Scholarship Committee, 
2; Chairman, 3; White Friars; Cotillion Club, 2; Co-President, 3; 
President of Openings, 3; Vice-President of Fancy Dress, 2; Secre- 
tary of Dance Board, 3; "13" Club; Ale and Quail; President of 
Student Body. 

• ROBERT LEE HOPKINS. JR., Alexandria, Louisiana; ILKA; Ring- 
Tum-Phi, 1; CALYX, 1; Troubadours, 1; Mahan English Award. 



• ELDRIDGE CAMPBELL HUBERT, Orange, Texas; AK>1'; Campus 
Club. 



• WILLIAM HUBERT HUNT, Dallas, Texas; Bell; Ale and Quail 
Club; Football, 1, 2. 



Fifth Row: 

9 ROBERT JETT INGRAM, South Boston, Virginia; ATA. 

• LUCIUS EDWARD JOHNSON, Roanoke, Virginia; KS; White 
Friars, 2; Cotillion Club, 2; "13" Club, 3; Senior Baseball Man- 
ager, 4. 



• CHARLES JERRY JACK. Mariinsburg. West Virginia; Football, 
1, 2, 3, 4; Wrestling, 1, 2, 3, 4,; Southern Conference Heavyweight 
Champion, 1950. 

• ABRAM DALTON JONES, Greensboro, North Carolina, Campus 
Club; Secretary, 4; Washington Literary Society, 3,4; "Ring-Tum- 
Phi," 1,2; Managing Editor, 3. 



Second Row: 



• RICHARD DOYD JONES, JR., Swarthmore, Pennsylvania; ATA; 
AK*; White Friars; LaCrosse, 1,2; CALYX, 1. 



• JACK EDWARD KANNAPELL, Louisville, Kentucky; *A6; 2; 
President, 4; White Friars, "Ring-Tum-Phi," 3; Ale and Quail, 4. 



• ALAN LESLIE KAPLAN, Miami Beach, Florida,; ZBT; *IT2; 
AEA; White Friars; Concert Guild; Manager, Tennis Team, 4; 
Soccer, 3; Cross Country, 4, 




• JOHN FRANKLIN KAY, JR., Charleston, West Virginia; ILKA; 
Cotillion Club; 13 Club; Ale and Quail Society; Interfraternity 
Council, 3; Assimilation Committee, 4; President, Finals Dance 
Set, 4; Vice-President, Fancy Dress, 4; Dance Board, 4. 

Fourth Row: 

• DAVID CLEMENT GORDON KERR, London, England; RBll; 
OAK; HAN; "13" Club; CALYX, 2, 3, 4; Managing Editor, 3; 
Editor, 4; Interfraternity Council, 1, 2, 3, 4; Secretary, 3; President, 
of Interfraternity Council, 4; Assimilation Committee; Southern 
Collegian, 2, 3; Washington Literary Society, 1, 2, 3; Secretary, 3; 
Dormitory Counselor. 4; Publications Board, 4; Editor, "Shenan- 
doah," 3; Ale and Quail; "Who's Who in American Colleges and 
Universities," 4; Freshman Camp Counselor, 4. 



• WALTER LAWRENCE KUNAU, Ov 
Forensic Union; CALYX, 1, 2. 



Fifth Row: 



boro, Kentucky; f M'A; 



• WILLIAM HARVEY KYLE. JR., Scarsdale, New York; B8II; 
AK^I'; Troubadours, 1, 2: Christian Council, 1; Varsity Track; Glee 
Club, 1, 2, 3; Southern Collegian, 1; Chairman, Assimilation Com- 
mitte.e, 4; Vice-President, Opening Dances, 3; Varsity Show, 2. 

• JAMES HUNTER LANE, JR., Germantown, Tennessee; 2AE; 
ILAX; 2; Washington Literary Society; Christian Council; Foot- 
ball, 1; LaCrosse, 3; Tennis Manager, 3; Assimilation Commit- 
tee, 3; Vice-President, Senior Academic Class; Vice-President, 
Spring Dances, 3; Managing Editor, CALYX, 4; Ale and Quail 
Society; <I>II2. 



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First Row: 



AKt; 



• DAVID CLARK LEACH. Oshkosh, Wisconsin; B6IT; 
Interfraternity House Managers Association. 

• WILSON HENRY LEAR. Stone Harbor, New Jersey; ATA; Pres- 
ident, AKt; ITAX; Wrestling, 1, 2, 3, 4; Swimming, 2; LaCrosse, 
3, 4; Grappler's Club; International Relations Club, 1, 4; Intra- 
mural Board, 3. 



Second Row: 

• NORMAN ROHDE LEMCKE. JR.. Maplewood, New Jersey; A*fl; 
Troubadours, 1, 2, 3; President, 4; Dorm Counselor, 4; Washington 
and Lee Concert Guild, 3, 4. 




o LESTER IRWIN LEVINE. Laurelton, New York, New York; *En ; 
President, 4; I. F. C, 2, 3, 4; Washington Literary Society, 3, 4; 
Forensic Union 1. 



Third Row: 

• BURTON LAWRENCE LITWIN. New York, New York; ZBT; 
2A*; i:AX; Wrestling, 1, 2, 3; Cross-Country, 2, 3; "Ring-Tum- 
Editor, 3, 4; Camera Club; President, 3; Forensic Union; Secre- 
tary, 2; Vice-Speaker, 3; Troubadours; Varsity Show; "Ring-Tum- 
Phi; " Washington and Lee Jazz Club. 

• EDWARD DURHAN LONERGAN. Brooklyn, New York; AT; 
SA^'i ^AX; Wrestling, 1, 2, 3; Cross-Contry, 2, 3; "Ring-Tum- 
Phi," 1, 2, 3. 



Fourth Row: 

• DEAN ROBERTS LUEDDERS. Highland Park. Michigan; A*"; 
<I'KM' : Christian Council; Lexington Boys' Club, 1, 2, 3; Crew, 
Varsity; Coxswain; Troubadours, 3, 4. 

O THOMAS ALLEN LUPTON. JR.. Chattanooga, Tennessee; *A9; 
Ale and Quail Society. 



• DAVID GIBSON MAHAN. Me 
'I>K2; $H2; Golf, 2, 3, 4. 



Sguare, Pennsylvania; 



• RICHARD PREIS MARCUS. Vicksburg, Mississippi; ZBT; Pres- 
ident; CALYX, 1, 2; "Ring-Tum-Phi, 1, 3, 4; Grapplers Club; 
Interfraternity Council, 1, 2, 3, 4; Wrestling; Intramural Wrestling 
Champion, 3; Cotillion Club, 2, 3, 4; Vice-President, Spring 
Dances, 1949; Forensic Union; I. F. C, Secretary, 4, Treasurer, 3. 



• JOHN OLIVER MARTIN. Falls Church, Virginia; IIK<I>; Track 
Team, 1, 2, 3, 4. 



• EVERETT MILLER McCLINTOCK, Marianna, Arkansas; 2X; 
AEA; Cotillion Club; White Friars. 



Second Row: 



• HARRY BERNARD McCOY, JR., Memphis, Tennessee; KA; 
AK*. 



• JOSEPH BAKER McCUTCHEON, Charleston, West Virginia; 2X; 
2; AK+ ; Football, 1, 2, 3, 4; Monogram Club, 3, 4; President, 
Sophomore Class. 




• RICHARD REESE McDONALD, Lexington, Virginia; 4>H2; Fo- 
rensic Union, International Relations Club. 



HERBERT GIFFORD McKAY, Tampa, Florida. 



Fourth Row: 



• ALGENE STEVENS MILES. JR.. Louisville, Kentucky; <IAB. 
Vice-President; Ale and Quail Society. 



• SAM E. MILES. JR., Chattanooga, Tennessee; K-; IIAX; AKt; 
"Ring-Tum-Phi,," 1, 



• JAME RUTHERFORD MOORE. Bluefield, West Virginia; 2AE; 
Ale and Quail. 

• JAMES EDWARD MOYLER. JR.. Franklin, Virginia; #K2. 



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THE SENIOR CLASS OF 



• B. VOSS NEAL, Danville, Virginia; BeiT; AEA; HAN; "Ring- 
Tum-Phi," Circulation Manager, 2; Assimilation Committee. 



• BARRY TOWNSEND NEWBERRY, Plainfield, New Jersey; *K*; 
Wrestling, 1, 2, 4; Grapplers' Club, 1, 3, 4. 



Second Row: 



• JAMES EDWARD NEWTON, Danville, Virginia; <t>AB; AK*; 
1 1 A X . 



• MILBURN KIRKPATRICK NOELL, JR.. Memphis, Tennessee; K2 
Interfraternity Council. 




• TOWNSEND OAST, Portsmouth, Virginia; KA; Forensic Union; 
White Friars; Crew; "Ring-Tum-Phi." 



WALTER ATLEE O'CONNOR, Washington, D. C; AT. 



Fourth Row: 



• JAMES A. O'KEEFE. JR.. Washington, D. C; HAN; 2X; 2AX : 

Newman Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; President, Newman Club, 3. 



• WALLACE RICHARD OREF. Elm Grove, West Virginia; AT 
Football, 1, 2, 3, 4; Track, 1, 2, 3, 4; Monogram Club, 3, 4. 



Fifth Row: 

• JAMES NORTON PARADIES. Atlanta, Georgia; IIAX; ZBT- 
President, Spring Dances; Sports Editor, "Ring-Tum-Phi;" Dance 
Board; Cotillion Club; Manager, Tennis Team; Historian, Fraternity; 
Assistant Chairman, Charity Chest; Executive Committee; Secre- 
tary, Student Body. 

• JAMES HARVEY PATTON. IV. Sweetwater, Tennessee; ISOII; 
LaCrosse, !, 2, 3, 4; While Friars; CALYX, Circulation Manager, 
'49; Glee Club, 1, 2. 



EDMUND STRACHAN PENDLETON. Clifton Forge, Virginia. 



• HERBERT GRAYSON PETERS. Ill; Bristol, Virginia; &TA; Fo- 
rensic Union; Junior Wrestling, Manager. 



Second Row: 



• FERDINAND PHILLIPS, JR., Norfolk, Virginia; 4>EII; "Ring-Tum- 
Phi, 1. 



ROBERT W. PITTENGER, Lexington, Virginia. 




Third Row: 

• ROBERT TURNER PITTMAN. Gates, North Carolina; ATA; Treas- 
urer, 2, 3, 4; "Ring-Tum-Phi," Managing Editor, 3; Columnist, 4; 
Fraternity Managers Association, 2, 3, 4. 

• RICHARD ALAN PIZITZ, Birmingham, Alabama; ZBT; White 
Friars; Forensic Union, 1; CALYX, Business Staff, 1, 2; Assistant 
Business Manager, CALYX, 3; Varsity Soccer, 3, 4. 



Fourth Row: 

• MICHAEL RADULOVIC, McKeesport, Pennsylvania; SN; Foot- 
ball, 1, 2, 3, 4; White Friars; "13" Club; Dormitory Counselor, 

3, 4; AEA, Junior Executive Committeeman. 3; Monogram Club, 
4; Vice-President, Student Body, 4; Assimilation Committee, 3. 

• FRANK IRVIN RICHARDSON, JR.. Martinsville, Virginia; KA; 
n.\X; Cotillion Club; Vice-President, Opening Dances, 4. 



Fifth Row: 

• DENNY W. RINGERS. Forrest Hills, New York; <I>KII. 

• WILLIAM PIERRE ROBERT. JR., Beaumont, Texas; ATA; AEA. 



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THE SENIOR CLASS OF 



First Row: 

• JAMES WALKER ROBERTS, JR.. Norfolk. Virginia; *K2; A2II; 
White Friars, 2, 3, 4; Spiked Shoe Society, 1, 2, 3, 4; Fraternity 
Managers Association, 2, 3, 4; Lexington Boys Club, 1; Interfrat- 
ernity Council, 2; Assimilation Committee, 4; Track, 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Monogram Club, 4. 

• WILLIAM SEBASTIAN ROSASCO, III, Pensacola, Florida; 2AE; 
Washington and Lee Horseshow, '48, '49; Chairman, Grounds; 
Chairman, Entertainment. 



Illinois; ATA; Swim- 



Second Row: 

• WILLIAM PENDLETON ROSE, De 

ming, 2. 

• RICHARD DREYFUSS ROSENFELD, Brookline, Massachusetts; 
<S>ELT; White Friars; Varsity Soccer; Christian Council; East Lex- 
ington Boys Club. 




Third Row: 

• WILLIAM KIRKPATRICK VANCE RUCKER, JR., Bristol, Tennes- 
see; WA; Southern Collegian. 

• DAVID EUGENE RYER, Glyndon, Maryland; SN; LaCrosse, 1, 
2, 3, 4; Co-Captain, 4; Graham-Lee Literary Society, President, 4; 
I. F. C, 3, 4; Southern Collegian, 3, 4; Editor-in-Chief, 4; Christian 
Council, 1, 2; "Ring-Tum-Phi, 1; President, Senior Class; Publica- 
tions Board; Dance Board. 



Fourth Row: 

• ROBERT HOLT SALISBURY, JR., Wheaton, Illinois; Campus 
Club, Treasurer, 3; Vice-President, 4; Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; As- 
similation Committee, 4; Graham-Lee Literary Society, 3, 4; Presi- 
dent's Advisory Council, 3, 4. 

• RICHARD WARING SALMONS. Charleston, South Carolina; 
Ben President; "Ring-Tum-Phi;" CALYX, Feature Editor; Cotillion 
Club; Chairman, University Party; Washington Literary Society, 
A KM'. 



Fifth Row: 

• JOSEPH H. JASPER SCONCE, Washington, D. C; AT; Fresh- 
man Camp Counselor, 4; Cotillion Club, 4; Monogram Club, 2, 
3, 4; Grapplers' Club; Wrestling; Cross Country; Track. 

• JAMES ZACHRY SHANKS, Atlanta, Georgia; AXA; AEA; CA- 
LYX, 1; White Friars, 2, 3, 4; Camera Club, 1, 2; Baseball, 4; 
Interfraternity Council, 3, 4. 



• WILLIAM WINFIELD SHIERS. South Boston, Virginia; IIKA; 
2AX; "Ring-Tum-Phi; " Troubadours, 1; Home Edition, 3, 4. 



• IRVING MAY SHLESINGER, Washington, D, C; ZBT; Varsity 
Tennis, 1, 2, 3; House Manager, 4. 



Second Row: 



• JOHNSON STROTHER SLAUGHTER, Culpeper, Virginia; #K2; 
Wrestling, 1, 2, 4; Soccer, 2, 4; Monogram Club; Grapplers' Club; 
International Relations Club. 



• DOUGLAS McGRUDER SMITH, Newport News, Virginia; IIKA; 
IIAX; Junior Varsity Wrestling; Grapplers' Club; Intramural Stu- 
dent Administration; Freshman Camp Counselor, 4; Senior Exec- 
utive Committee; House President. 




• PARK BOWIE SMITH. Charleston, South Carolina; IIKA; White 
Friars, Cotillion Club; CALYX. 



• CLOVIS MARENE SNYDER, Hagerstown, Maryland; AEA; AXA; 
Glee Club; Band; Fraternity Manager. 



Fourth Row: 

• MORTON BERNARD SOLOMON, Freeport, New York; *EII. 



• DONALD RAE STEENBURGH, Newark, New Jersey; 2N; Swim- 
ming; Troubadours. 



Filth Row: 

• HENRY BERNARD STERN. Newport News, Virginia; 2AX; Non 
Fraternity Union; Campus Club; Forensic Union; Alumni Magaine; 
"Home Edition," 2, 3; Intramurals, 3, 4. 

• WILMER F. STICKLE, JR., Derwood, Maryland; B9II; Cotillion 
Club; Soccer, 1, 2. 



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THE SENIOR CLASS OF 



• WILLIAM BRUCE SWAIN, Richmond, Virginia; K2; "Ring-Tum- 
Phi," 1; Sports Editor, 2; Intramural Manager, 4. 



• JOHN IRVIN THOMPSON, JR., Bay Head, New Jersey; ZAE; 
President, Lexington Chapter, N. S. S., 2. 



Second Row: 

• JOHN RICHARD TOBAYNSEN, White Plains, New York; BGLT; 
Basketball, 2; Baseball, 1; "Ring-Tum-Phi;" Shenandoah. 

• CHARLES FAULNER TUCER, Suffolk, Virginia; K2; Secretary, 
3; President, 4; White Friars, Secretary-Treasurer, 3; "Ring-Tum- 
Phi, 1, 2. 




• NORFLEET RAGLAND TURNER, Memphis, Tennessee; 2AE; 
"Ring-Tum-Phi," 1; Glee Club, 1. 

• FREDERICK GODFREY UHLMANN, Highland Park, Illinois; 
ZBT; White Friars; Sophomore Wrestling Manager; Grapplers' 
Club; Varsity Soccer, 3, 4; Forensic Union, 1. 



• M. THEODORE VAN LEER, Glen Ridge, New Jersey; <I>K2; 
Cross Country, 2, 3; Track, 1, 2, 3, 4; Spiked Shoe Society, 1, 2, 
3, 4; Monogram Club, 3, 4. 

• SOL WACHTLER, Hollywood, Florida; <I>EIT; Secretary, 1; Pres- 
ident, 2, 3; OAK; IIAX; Forensic Union; Secretary, 1; President, 

2; Washington Literary Society, 1; Secretary-Treasurer, 2; Presi- 
dent, 3; Intercollegiate Debate Team, 1, 2, 3; Christian Council, 
1, 2; President's Advisory Committee, 2, 3; Student War Memo- 
rial Committee, 1, 2, 3, 4: Outstanding Sophomore Award; Inter- 
fraternity Council; Outstanding Freshman Award; Assimilation 
Committee; Vice-President Pro Tem, Student Body, 4; Washington 
Award, 4; Vice-President, Spring Dances, 3; Vice-President, Open- 
ing Dances, 4; Vice-President, Fancy Dress, 4; "Who's Who 
Among Students in American Colleges and Universities," 4. 



Fifth Row: 

• THOMAS ATWOOD WASH, Richmond, Virginia; <I>K2; Presi- 
dent; Vice-President, Senior Class; Vice-President, AEA; "Ring- 
Tum-Phi," 2; Washington and Lee Concert Guild, 3, 4; Dormitory 
Counselor, 4; Soccer, 3; Crew, 4; LTAN. 



• SEBASTIAN RAY WEST, JR., 

LYX, 1; Glee Club, 1. 



Pine Bluff, Arkansas; 2AE; CA 



First Row: 

• JAMES JONES WHITE. Charlotte, North Carolina, ATA. 

• MILLAR BARRY WHITE. JR.. Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; 4' KM'; 
Cotillion Club; White Friars, Wrestling, Manager; Monogram Club; 
Interfraternity Council; Lexington Boys Club; Committee on In- 
tercollegiate Athletics; Vice-President; Spring Dances, 3; Grap- 
plers' Club, Secretary-Treasurer, 2, 3. 

Second Row: 

• WILLIAM GIBSON WHITE. Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; *K¥; 
Vice-President, 2; CALYX, 1, 2, 3; Editor-in-Chief, 3; Christian 
Council, 3, 4; Treasurer, 4; Washington Literary Society, 3, 4; 
Secretary, 3; President, 4; Executive Committee, 4; Student Fi- 
nances Committee, 4; Dance Floor Committee, 4; Publication 
Board, 3, 4; Secretary, 3; International Relations Club, 1, 2; Casa 
Mona, 3, 4; President, 4; "Who's Who In American Colleges and 
Universities, 4. 

• RICHARD EVERETT WHITSON, JR., Briarcliff Manor, New York. 




Third Row: 

• CALEB RICHMOND WILLIAMSON. Danville, Virginia; BOII; 
Associate Editor, "Shenandoah, 3, 4; Football, 1; Southern Col- 
legian, 3; Washington Literary Society, 3, 4; Editorial Advisor, 
"Ring-Tum-Phi, 4; Troubadours, 1, 3, 4. 

• EDWARD MERCEREAU WILLSON. Staunton, Virginia. 



• THOMAS PACKARD WINBORNE. Lenoir, North Carolina; KZ; 
Secretary, 4; "Ring-Tum-Phi," 2. 

• THOMAS KENNERLY WOLFE, JR.. Richmond, Virginia; 4>K2; 
'MIZ; "Ring-Tum-Phi," 1, 2, 3, 4; Sports Editor, 3; Southern Col- 
legian, Sports Editor, 4; "Shenandoah," Editor, 3, 4; Baseball, 2, 3, 
4; Freshman Camp Counselor; Washington Literary Society; Intra- 
mural Managers Association; Mahan Prose Fiction Award. 



• DANIEL SPENCER WOOLRIDGE, JR.. Lakewood, Ohio; 4>KM'; 
Secretary, 2; Soccer, 1, 2, 3, 4; Gl.ee Club, 2, 3. 

e DAVIS BURTON WYATT, Glen Allen, Virginia; Campus Club; 
Cross-Country. 



ARTS AND SCIENCES 





1. Johnny Co-op makes a purchase . . .! 

2. Sigma Nu Santa. 

3. Jack Marsh Orients Frosh. 

4. Homecoming Eve and Freshman pajamas. 



5. Terry & Bob with "13" Queens. 

6. Sophisticated Senior Party. 

7. So strange, so new! ! ! 

8. Midnight oil for the lathes. 



54 



THE JUNIOR CLASS 



OFFICERS 



JOHN H. ALLEN President 



EDWIN STREULI, JR Vice-President 



HAROLD N. HILL 



Secretary 



WILLIAM E. GLADSTONE Historian 



JULIAN E. GILLESPIE Executive Committeeman 




Seated, Left to Right: Gillespie, Allen, Streuli. 
Standing, Left to Right: Gladstone and Hill. 



THE JUNIOR CLASS OF THE 




• RUSSELL KENNEDY ADAMS, Cfaa 
ginia; EX; AK + . 



• JOHN HUNTINGTON ALLEN, Memphis, Ten 
-ATA; Secretary, 3, Cotillion Club; Interfraternity Coun- 
cil, 2, 3; Basketball Manager; Assimilation Committee, 
3; President Junior Class; Dance Board, 3; "13" Club. 

• EUGENE MOORE ANDERSON, JR., Spartanburg, 
South Carolina; IIK*; Treasurer, 2; Housemanager, 2, 
3; Housemanager's Association, Vice-President, 3; In- 
ternational Relations Club, 1; Christian Council, 1, 2; 
Forensic Union, 1. 



• FRANK ADLER BAER, 11, Charleston, West Virginii 
ZBT; Freshman Wrestling; Cotillion Club. 



RICHARD BELL BAKER, Crystal Lake, Illii 



LAE. 



• RICHARD GANTT BALLARD, Baltimore, Maryland; 
SN; White Friars; Southern Collegian, 1, 2,; Business 
Manager, 2; Glee Club, 1, 2, 3; Business Manager, 3; 
Shenandoah Business Manager, 2; Troubadors, 2; Busi- 
ness Manager, 3; Editor, So You're Dating, Mink!, 2; 
Publications Board, 2, 3; President, 3; Member Vir- 
ginia Intercollegiate Press Association, 2, 3; Chairman, 
3; Outstanding Sophomore Award, 2; Assistant Editor 
of Home Edition, 2; Who's Who Among Student in 
American Colleges and Universities. 



• WILLIAM FRANKLIN BARRON, JR., Rome, 
ATA; HAX; AK'I'; Cheerleader. 

9 VICTOR EMANUEL BEHRENS, JR., Abilei 
BHII; CALYX, 3; Southern Collegian, 3. 

• GILBERT BOCETTI, McKeesport, Pennsylv 
IIAX; President, 3; Football, 1, 2, 3. 



• AUGUST ROPKE BODEN, JR., Louisville, Kentucky; 
ilX; White Friars, 2. 

• PERRY LAMAR BOROM, Columbus, Ohio; tfAO, 
IIAX; Cheerleader, 1; Intramural Board, 2. 

• GEORGE STEWART BOSWELL, Memphis, Tennes- 
see; SAE; T1AX; AK+; Washington Literary Society; 
Assistant Business Manager, Southern Collegian, 3. 



• JOHN LAING BOWLES, Washingto 
Glee Club, 1, 2. 



D. C; Ben ; 



D. C; AT; Inter- 
• CALVIN ROBERT CAFRITZ, Washington, D. C; AT. 



• WENDELL E. BURNS, Washingto 
fraternity Council, 2, 3. 



COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES 



• FRANK HUBERT CALLAHAM, JR.. Lynchburgh, Vir- 
ginia; <M"A; IAX; While Friars, 2, 3; Ring-Tum-Phi; 
News Editor. 

• WILLIAM MAULSBY CANBY, Silver Spring, Mary- 
land; EN; Crew, 1, 2; Senior Manager, 3. 

• ALFRED WHITE CANTWELL, JR.. Falls Church, Vir- 
ginia; EX; Forensic Union, 1, 2; Sergeant-at-Arms, 2; 
International Relations Club. 



Second Row: 

• HICHARD OTIS CARDEN, Victoria, Virginia; HK<I> ; 
Ring-Tum-Phi; Washington Literary Society. 

• ROBERT OWENS CARTER, Washington, D. C; 2AE; 
Freshman Christian Council, 1; International Relations 
Club; Intramural Board. 

• MILTON DEROHAN CHALKLEY, Suffolk, Virginia; 
AXA; AEA. 



Third Row: 

• WILLIAM MARTIN CLOUGH, Memphis, Tennessee; 
EAE; Southern Collegian, 2; Executive Committee, 2; 
White Friars, 2; Interfraternity Council; Christian 
Council. 

• ROBERT FRANKLIN CONNALLY, Manasguan, New 
Jersey; 'I'K+; Monogram Club, 2, 3; Spiked Shoe So- 
ciety, 2, 3; Track, 2, 3. 

• DAVID EDWARD CONSTINE, JR., Richmond, Vir- 
ginia; ZUT; Ring-Tum-Phi, 1; IFC, 2, 3. 



Fourth Row: 

• JOEL BRANDON COOPER, Norfolk, Virginia; ZBT; 
Ring-Tum-Phi; Staff Writer, 1; Copy Editor, 2; Manag- 
ing Editor, 3; Southern Collegian Exchange Editor, 2; 
Assistant Editor, 3; Baseball Manager, 1. 



• EDWARD CROSBY DARLING, Richn 
*KZ; II AX. 



• JOHN CRAWFORD DAVIS, Tuls 
IIAX. 



ad, Virginia; 



• CHARLES OTHO DEAN, Leland, Mississippi; EAE; 
Christian Council. 



• RICHARD ALDEN DENNY, JR., Atlanta, Georgia; 
ATA; IIAX; Ring-Tum-Phi, 1; Crew, 2; Basketball 



• HORACE WILCOX DIETRICH, JR., Baltimore, Mary- 
land; EN; Soccer and Tennis Team; Intramural Man- 




* \ 



THE JUNIOR CLASS OF THE 




• JOHN ALFRED DOHERTY, Amityville, New York; 
■I'M'; Wrestling, 1. 

• PHILLIPS MELVILLE DOWDING, Portsmouth, Vir- 
ginia; ILKA; TIAX; Interfraternity Council. 

• GEORGE EDWARD EAGLE, Winchester, Virginia; 
IIKA. 



Second Row: 

• HENRY GORDON EDMONDS, JR., Washingto 
D. C; B6IT; Football, 1; Baseball, 1, 2, 3. 

• JOSEPH JOHN EISLER, Lexington, Virginia. 

• EDWARD EVANS ELLIS, Tallahassee, Florida; K 
Interfraternity Council; Cotillion Club. 



• GEORGE ANDREW ERISTOFF, Rockville Centre, 
New York; AT. 

• BENNO MARCUS FORMAN, Roanoke, Virginia; ZBT; 
Business Manager, Glee Club; Band Director; Sec- 
retary oi Concert Guild; Ring-Tum-Phi Critical Colum- 
nist. 

• WILLIAM GREY FUQUA, Russellville, Kentucky; 
FIKA; Intramural Manager. 



• THOMAS GEORGE GARDNER. Blue Ridge, Su 
Pennsylvania; <1'K'I'; Swimming, 1, 2, 3; Int 
Diving Champion. 



St! 



EDWARD ERNST GARDINER, Bryn Mawr, Pennsyl- 
-na; Hon,- Track, 1, 2, 3; Vice-President, Spiked 
De Society, 3. 



• JULIAN EDGEWORTH GILLESPIE, Washington, 
D. C; B6II; Executive Committee, 3; Interfraternity 
Council, 3; Varsity Soccer, 2, 3; Captain, 3; Dance 
Board, 3; CALYX, Co-Sports Editor; Cotillion Club. 



Fifth Row: 

• WILLIAM EDWARD GLADSTONE, Birmingham, 
Alabama; ZBT; Class Historian, 3; Managing Editor 
of Ring-Tum-Phi, 3; Concert Guild, President, 3; Mem- 
ber of "Medium" Cast. 

• HOWARD KINNEY GLASCOCK, South Boston, Vir- 
ginia; >I>K^. 

• JAMES THOMAS GRAY, Baltimore, Maryland; ATA; 
Lacross, 1, 2,; Cotillion Club. 



COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES 



First How: 

• DAVID ALEXANDER GRIER. Salisbury, Maryland; 
AXA; International Relations Club. 

• HARRY JOHNSTON GRIM, Valley Stream, L. I., 
New York; AT; White Friars; A+S!, Secretary, 2; Cotil- 
lion Club; Wrestling Manager. 



Second Row: 

• CHARLES BRYANT GROVE, Lancaster, Pennsyl- 
vania; *K*; HAN; Varsity Basketball. 

• WILLIAM HAGLER, Augusta, Georgia; KA; *HS; 
AKA.; White Friars; Concert Guild; House Manager. 

• WILLIAM GUION HALL, JR., Clarksdale, Missis 
sippi; IAE; Golf Team; Swimming Team. 



• ECHOLS ALCOTT HANSBARGER, JR., Charleston, 
West Virginia; >t>K+; Cross-Country, Captain, 2, 3; 
Track, 1, 2, 3; Captain, 3; Spiked Shoe Society; White 



• JOHN SEYBERT HANSEL, Monterey, Virginia; KS; 
IIAX; Intercollegiate Debate Council. 

• JOHN BOLAR HARRIS, JR., Roanoke, Virginia; K2; 
AM'. 



• THOMAS N. HARRIS, Chicago, Illinois; +EII; White 
Friars; Cotillion Club; Concert Guild. 

• HENRY MELVILLE HICKS, Jr., Staten Island, New 
York; <M\i; President, 3; Varsity Crew, 2, 3; Cotillion 
Club; Interfraternity Council, 2, 3. 

• HAROLD NELSON HILL, JR., Atlanta, Georgia; ZN; 
Secretary, 2; Rush Chairman, 3; Southern Collegian, 
1; Ring-Tum-Phi, 1, 2; I.F.C.; Cotillion Club; Forensic 
Union, 1, 2; Student War Memorial; Vice-President, 
Opening Dances, 3; Washington Literary Society. 



• CHARLES SUMMERFIELD HOFFMAN, Charlesto 
West Virginia; <t>K+. 



• JOHN HOLT HOLLER, Shak 
Basketball, 1, 2; Baseball 1, 2. 



Heights, Ohio; B9J1; 
• HENRY LEE HOPKINS, Rocky Mount, Virginia; KA. 




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THE JUNIOR CLASS OF THE 




• ROBERT DODD HORN, Keeseville, New York; KS; 
'13" Club; Rmg-Tum-Phi, 1; Crew, 1, 2, 3; White 



« FREDERICK E. HORNADAY, JR., Washington, D. C; 
'I'I'A; Cheerleader, 1, 2, 3. 



8 WILLIAM LAWRENCE HORNER, JR., Blytheville 
Arkansas, KA. 



Second Row: 

• ALAN STANLEY HOROWITZ, Ashland, Kentucky; 
'l>KII; <HIi'; Forensic Union, 1, 2; Graham-Lee Literary 
Society; Secretary-Treasurer, 3; Secretary-Treasurer of 
Fraternity House Managers Association. 

• JOHN STROTHER HUDGENS, Union City, Tennes- 



• RAYMOND SUTER HUDSON, Piedmont, West Vir- 
ginia. V.\A. 



• HOLCOMBE A. J. HUGHES, Lynchburg, Virginia; 
A.\.\; (IAN; Manager Football; International Relations 



• JOHN AUSTIN HUNT, Tulsa, Oklahoma; KZ; ILAX; 
A+C; Troubadours. 



• JOHN KELLEY HUTCHERSON, Louisville, Kentucky; 
MKA; White Friars. 



• CHARLES GABRIEL HUTZLER, III, Pikesville, Mary- 
land; *EJT; "Ring-Tum-Phi," 1; Washington Literary 
Society; Glee Club, 1, 2, 3; Cotillion Club, 2, 3. 

• THOMAS ALLEN JACOB, Glendale, Ohio; 2AE; 
HAN; "Southern Collegian," Advertising Manager, 3; 
"Ring-Tum-Phi," Circulation Manager, 3; Assimilation 
Committee, 3. 

• HORACE MARSHALL JARRETT, Chandler, Okla- 
homa; SAE; "Ring-Tum-Phi," Office Manager; Assist- 
ant Business Manager, "Southern Collegian;" Wash- 
ington Literary Society; Chairman, Charity Chest, 3; 
Christian Council. 



RALPH EDWARD JEAN, Memphis, Tennessee; ATA; 
£♦; White Friars; Assistant Fraternity House Man- 



a HENRY WINKLEMAN JONES, Memphis, Tennessee; 
EAE; 'I'll-; Basketball, 1, 2, 3; Washington Literary 



• THOMAS WILLCOX JOYNES, JR., Norfolk, Virginia; 
IIKA; Cotillion Club; Golf Team. 



COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES 



First Row: 

• WILLIAM GORDON KARCH, Glen Ellyn, Illinois; 4T. 

• DALLAS PAGE KELLEY. JR., Richmond, Virginia; 
*TA; 11AX; CALYX, 1, 2; Collection Manager, 2; House 
Manager; Glee Club, 2, 3; Washington Literary Society. 

• GEORGE CLARK KEMBLE, Fort Worth, Texas; <I'AB; 
AEA; IIAX. 



Second Row: 

• JAMES WILHITE KIDD, Fayetteville, Virginia; 
Football, 1; Wrestling, 1, 2, 3. 

• JOHN JOSEPH KINDRED. Forest Hills, New Yorl 

• ROBERT WILLIAM KNUDSEN, Wayne, Pel 
vania; *K¥; Varsity Tennis, 1, 2, 3. 



• FRANCES WILLING LA FARGE, Athereton, Califor- 
nia; AT; Cotillion Club. 

MORGAN HILTON LEAR, JR.; ATA; Wrestling, 1, 2, 
3; Baseball, 1; LaCrosse, 2, 3. 

• BOYD HARLAN LEYBURN, Millbrook, Alabama; 
UKA; Crsw, 1, 2; Band, 1, 2, 3; Interfraternity Council, 
Treasurer, 3. 



Fourth Row: 

• HENRY CECIL LITCHFIELD, New York, New York; 
•I'Kit; IIAX; Forenesic Union, Sergeant-at-Arms, 1; 
Secretary, 1; Speaker, 2; Washington Literary Society, 
2, 3; Basketball, 1; Baseball, 1, 2, 3; Student War 
Memorial Scholarship Commitee; Assimiltaion Com- 
mittee, 3; Historian, Sophomore Class; Interfraternity 
Council; Lexington Boys' Club, 2, 3. 

O ROBERT EMERY LITTLE, ElDorado, Arkansas; SAE; 
Forensic Union; Sergeant-at-Arms; Christian Council. 



WILLIAM HENRY LYON, Madis 
X; Football; White Friars; Hous 



i, West Virgini, 
Managers Ass 



• JOHN DAVID MALEY, Okmulgee, Oklahoma; Crew, 
1, 2; Band, 3; International Relations Club. 

• PRESTON COCKE MANNING, JR., Columbia, South 
Carolina; I.X; IIAX; *HX; Christian Council; Graham- 
Lee Literary Society; Vice-President; Glee Club, 1, 2. 

• ROBERT ABRAHAM MASLANSKY, Rego Park, New 
York; ZT; Crew, 1; White Friars, 2, 3. 




THE JUNIOR CLASS OF THE 




• WILLIAM RUTHERFORD MAUCK, Richmond, Vir- 
ginia; 'I'KZ; Vice-President, Interfraternity Council; 
Cotillion Club; AEA; Baseball, 1, 2; Basketball, I. 

• WALTER I. MAYTHAM, III, Atherton, California; 
•H'A; II AN; "Ring-Tum-Phi," Circulation Manager, 2; 
CALYX, 1, 2, 3; Assistant Advertising Manager, 3; 
Freshman Football Manager; "Southern Collegian," 2. 

• CHARLES HOWARD McCAIN, JR., Snyder, New 
York; B8JI; ITAX; Circulation Manager, "Southern Col- 
legian," 2; Business Manager, 3; Advertising Manager, 
"Ring-Tum-Phi," 2; Varsity Swimming, 1, 2, 3; Intra- 
mural Board; Washington Literary Society. 



Second Row: 

• FLETCHER TALLEY McCUNTOCK, Ma 



• JOHN FELAND McDOWELL, Lexington, Virginia; 
ZAE; LaCrosse, 1, 2, 3. 

• WAYNE DALE McGREW, Parkersburg, West Vir- 
ginia; 2AE; White Friars; "Ring-Tum-Phi," Advertis- 
ing Manager, 2; Business Manager, 3; Publications 
Board, 3; Secretary, Publications Board, 3; Manager, 
LaCrosse, 2. 



• JOSEPH MENDELSOHN, III, Cincinnati, Ohio; ZBT; 
;otillion Club. 

• DAVID DAYTON MERRILL, Elkins, West Virginia; 
I'M'; IAX; Secretary, Fraternity, 3; Concert Guild, 
Secretary, 2, 3; "Home Edition," Sports Editor; "Ring- 
rum-Phi," 1, 2, 3; CALYX, Associats Sports Editor, 3; 
ntramural Board of Directors, 3. 



FREDERICK CHRISTIAN MILLER, Memphi 
ie; ATA. 



Tennes- 



• THOMAS STEWART MILLER, St. Petersburg, Florida; 
EAE; "Ring-Tum-Phi;" Camera Club. 

• JAMES REECE MOFFATT, Frankfort, Kentucky; *K+. 

• ALEXANDER BYRON MOHLER, II, Mexico, 10, D. F. 
Mexico; AXA; HAN; International Relations Club. 



Filth Row: 



/.HI 



• JULIAN BOEHM MOHR, Atlanta, Georgi. 
White Friars; "Ring-Tum-Phi," 1; Troubadours, 2, 3; 
Tennis Manager, 1; Varsity Tennis Team, 2; Varsity 
Socce* Manager, 2, 3. 



• DUKE REAGAN MORELAND, 

"Southern Collegian." 

• JOHN SIMS MOREMAN, Loui 

CALYX, 2. 



H 






Texas 



ille, Kentucky; BGII; 



COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES 



• JOSEPH JOHNSON MULLINS, JR., Clanton. Alabama; 
■M'4; *HX; HAN; Glee Club, 1, 2, 3; Secretary, 3. 

• DAVID MOTT MURRAY, Newport News, Virginia. 

• RICHARD OWEN. JR., South Boston, Virginia; ATA. 



• WILBUR CRAFTS PICKETT, Chevy Chase, Maryland; 
■kl'A; Football, 1; Forensic Union, 1, 2. 

• GEORGE WILLIAM HENRY PIERSON, Baltimore, 
Maryland; -I-K1; "Southern Collegian;" Basketball, 
1, 2, 3. 

• LOUIS R. PUTNAM. Ashland, Kentucky; Be.IT; AEi. 



• WALTER RAMSAY RANDALL, St. Joseph, Missouri; 
BePf; Swimming Manager, 2, 3; Baseball Manager, 2; 
Crew, 2, 3. 

• FRAZIER REAMS, JR., Toledo, Ohio; 1)011; Student 
War Memorial Scholarship Fund; Cotillion Club; "13" 
Club; Washington Literary Society. 

• PHILIP ROBBINS, Hopewell, Virginia; KS; IAX; 
•I>H1; White Friars; Cotillion Club; Forensic Union; 
"Ring-Tum-Phi." 



• HORACE HOBBERSON, Bayonne, New Jersey; AT; 
J1AX; Fraternity Treasurer; Football Manager. 



• HILL ASBURY ROBERTSON, JR., All 

ATA. 



» CHARLES STEIN ROCKEL, 

'13" Club; Cotillion Club; "S 



• KENNETH ROCKWELL, Asheville, North Carolina; 
B81I; Graham-Lee Literary Society, 2, 3; Glee Club, 
1, 2, 3; Tennis, 1, 2, 3. 

• WILLIAM HEATH ROWE, Longmeadow, Massachu- 
setts; ATA. 

• GEORGE PETERS ROWELL, JR., St. Petersburg, 
Florida; AT; Secretary, Fraternity, 2; Sergeant-at-Arms, 
3; "Ring-Tum-Phi;" International Relations Club, 1. 




63 



THE JUNIOR CLASS OF THE 




• EDWARD FRANK SCHAEFFER, Louis 


«lle, Ken- 


tucky; "MB; <1-HS, Vice-President, 2, Presid 


>nt, 3; Fea- 


ture Editor, "Ring-Tum-Phi," 2; Assimilati 


n Commit- 


tee, 3; Graham-Lee Literary Society, 3; Col 


llion Club, 


3; Secretary of Fraternity. 




• ROBERT DOWNES SCHENKEL, Greenca 


stle, Penn- 


sylvania; <I»KI; Baseball, 1, 2; Soccer. 




• BENJAMINE DEROY SCOTT, Louisville, 


Kentucky; 


Will; "Ring-Tum-Phi," 2. 





Second Row: 

• GEORGE WOODRUFF SEGER, Round Bay, Mary- 
land; 'I'AH; AK*; Varsity Tennis. 

• THOMAS R1NGOLD SHEPHERD, Washington, D. C; 
£X; HAN; "13" Club; Cotillion Club; Interfraternity 
Council, 2, 3; Intramural Committee. 

• DONALD LOCKHART SHUCK, Pittsburgh, Pennsyl- 
vania; ATA; White Friars; Baseball. 



Third Row: 

• WILLIAM CARLTON SHUCK, Pittsburgh, Pe 
vania; *K*. 

• EDWARD B. SICKEL, JR., Middletown, Ohio 
Recorder; Assistant Business Manager, CALYX. 

• XEN N. SIDERIS, Greenville, North Carolina 
Football, 1. 2, 3. 



• CHARLES ROY SMITH, Beckley, West Virginia; 
*K2; Football, 1. 

• GIDEON NUMSEN STIEFF, Baltimore, Maryland; SX; 
"Southern Collegian," Editorial Staff; Grappler's Club; 
LaCrosse Team. 

• ROBERT WILLIAM STOREY, Atlanta, Georgia; IIKA. 



• EDWIN STREULI, Memphis, Tennessee; SAE; AK+; 
Cotillion Club; Baseball Team; Vice-President, lunioi 
Class; Executive Committeeman. 

• FRANK LEE SUMMERS, JR., Lexington, Virginia; 
•I'KX; HAN; Baseball, 1, 2, 3. 

• CLIFFORD McFIELD SWAN, JR., Cincinnati, Ohio; 
IIKA; Crew, 1; Football, 1; "Ring-Tum-Phi," 1, 2; 
"Southern Collegian," 1, 2; Troubadours, 1, 2. 



COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES 



• ALVIN CURTIS TERRILL, Kendall, Florida; IIKtf; 
White Friars; Cotillion Club; Interfraternity Council. 

• WILLIAM YATES TROTTER, JR.; KA; 'l>HS; A.EA; 
"13" Club; White Friars; Cross Country, 2, Track, 1, 
2; Photo Editor, "Ring-Tum-Phi," 1, 2, 3; Christian 
Council, 1, 2, 3; Secretary, 3; Counselor, Freshman 
Camp, 3; German Prize, 1; Biology Assistant, 3; Most 
Improved Track Trophy, 2. 

• KARL PATTERSON WARDEN, Fayetteville, West 
Virginia; IX; Lt. Commander; "Ring-Tum-Phi," C r- 
culation Manager, 2; Glee Club, 2; Track Manager, 2; 
Editor, "So You're Dating A Mink," LaCrosse Man- 



Second How: 

• THOMAS RUFFIN WARFIELD, Silver Springs, Mary- 
land; nh"+; AJv+; Crew, 1, 2, 3. 

• PAUL DAVIS WEILL, Freeport, L. I., New York; AT; 
Wrestling, 1, 2, 3; Grappler's Club, 1, 2. 3. 

• LESLIE TUNNELL WEST, JR., Delaphane, Virginia; 
BHII; "Southern Collegian," Circulation Manager, 3; 
Glee Club, 1; "Ring-Tum-Phi," !. 



Third Row: 

• DAVID TERRENCE WHITMAN, Fort Worth, Texas- 

KA; "13" Club; Cotillion Club; Intsrna:i:nal Rela- 
tions Club. 

• RALPH GORDON WHITTLE, JR., Ro;noke, Virginia; 
KA. 

O HENRY IRVING WILLETT, JR., Richmcnd, Virginia; 
XX; Assistant Business Manager, "Southern Colleg- 
ian;" Business Manager, "Shenandoah," 3; Baseball 
Manager, 1, 2, 3. 



Fourth Row: 

• HENRY WATSIN WILLIAMSON, Mason, Tennessee; 

KX; Crew, 2. 

O WILLIAM D. WIRTH, Woodstown, New Jersey; ATA. 

O WILLIAM JENNINGS WOOD, Chevy Chase, Mary- 
land, OTA. 



S WILLIAM EASLEY WOODROOF, Richmond, Vir- 
ginia; *KS; CALYX, 1; Crew, 1; Manager, Cross Coun- 
try; Manager, Track, 2, 3. 

• JAMES SANFORD YOUNG, Washington, D. C, <I'Ki; 
White Friars. 

• LEWIS INGLES ZEIGLER, Dublin, Virginia; Base- 
ball, 1. 

• LESTER EUGENE ZITTRAIN. Norfolk, Virginia; ZBT; 
I1AX; CALYX, 1; Intramural Administration, 1, 2, 3. 




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1. Seven Card Stud . . . 

2. The Spring Time excursion. 

3. Visiting Wahoos . . . 

4. Another Senior Party at the Dutch Inn. 

5. Ford leads the way, in the Pajama Parade. 



Luncheon on the Grass. 

Fancy Dress Buffet at the P.E.P. house. 

The man with the line . . . 

Out of the night and into the show. 

Freshman registration and bewilderment. 



THE SOPHOMORE CLASS 



OFFICERS 



JOHN I. BOWMAN 



WILLIAM L. OSBORNE 



Vice-President 



HUGH S. GLICKSTEIN Secretary 



ROBERT G. PAXTON Historian 



I. M. SHEFFIELD Executive Committeeman 



Seated, Lett to Right: Sheffield and Bowman. 
Standing, Left to Right: Paxton, Osborne, Glicksi 




THE SOPHOMORE CLASS OF THE 




First Row: 

• CECIL RUSSELL ADAMS. JR.. Charleston, West Vir- 
ginia; 'I'M'. 

• MARVIN HAUSER ANDERSON, Annapolis, Mary- 
land; IIK.lv 

• JAMES ALFRED ARTHUR, III, Lynchburg, Virginia; 
AXA. 



Second Row: 

• WILLIAM MELVILLE BAILEY, Wilmington, Ohio; 

hk*. 

REID EVANS BAKER, Sharon, Pennsylvania; IIK*. 

• BRANTLEY FRANCES BARR. JR.. Danville, Virginia; 



Third Row: 

• ARTHUR LOMAS BARRETT, Lexington, Virginia; 
UK*. 

• LEI BARRINGTON, Mohican Hills, Maryland; IIKA. 

• BRADY BARTUSCH. Memphis, Tennessee; ATA. 



Fourth Row 

• J. BOWYER BELL. Eirmingham, Alabama; AXA. 

• JOSEPH DICKINSON BISSELL, Cynwyd, Pennsyl- 



vania; 'I'M'. 

« WILLIAM WAHS BLANTON, JR., Pa 
<M'A. 



Kentucky; 



Fifth Row: 

• CHARLES CLINTON BOOTH, Dallas, Texas; *rA. 

• JOHN IMRIE BOWMAN, JR.. Roanoke, Virginia; K 

• CHARLES RANDALL BRADLEY, Richmond, Virgini 
ATA. 



• RALPH VERNON BRAY. JR., Lexington, Virginia; 
■M'A. 

• HARRY LEE BREWER, Decatur, Alabama; *A9. 

• WILLIAM EMERSON BROCK, III, Lookout Mountain, 



6S 



COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES 



First Row: 

• RICHARD FAULK BROUDY, Norfolk, Virginia; ZB 1 

• KENNETH DAKIN BROWN, JR., Montclair, New Je 
sey; "T-FA. 

• WILLIS FERRIER BROWN, Fort Worth, Texas; KI 



Second Row: 



• SAMUEL BUCHOLTZ, JR., Jacksonville, Florida; 
ZBT. 



• THOMAS ALBERT BULL, Jacks 

• COLIN CAMPBELL, Birmingha 



ville .Florida; K^I. 
Michigan; <J»KM'. 



8 DARROLD ALEXANDER CANNAN, JR., Wichita 
Falls, Texas; ZX. 



IRWIN PIERCE CARLSON, Seattle, Washington; AT. 
FERD ESPEY CARTER, JR., Bcthesda, Maryland; SX. 



Fourth Row 

• GRAY CHARLES CASTLE. Arlington, Virginia; <M - A. 



• ARTHUR CECIL CHANDLER, JR., Charle 
Virginia; KA. 



• ALFRED ROGER CHAPPELKA, Da 

Ben. 



Connecticut; 



• LAURENCE GLENN CHRISTIE, JR., Port Washington. 
New York; <f>KX. 



• WILLIAM HORTON COLEMAN, Manhasset, New 
York; AXA. 



• JOHN KENNARD CONANT, JR., Wiln 
ware; *K*. 



Sixth Row: 

• ROY A, CRAIG, JR., Lake Wales, Florida; *A0. 

• THOMAS KYLE CRESON, Memphis, Tennessee; 1AE. 

• ROBERT THOMAS CROCKER, Montgomery, West 
Virginia; AXA. 




THE SOPHOMORE CLASS OF THE 




First Row: 

• JOHN LITTLETON DANIEL. Shreveporl, Louisiana; 

• ALBERT WALTER DAUB, Westwood, New Jersey; 

• HARRY PRINCETON DAVIS. JR.. Rosemont, Pennsyl- 
vania, KA. 



Second Row: 

• THOMAS DEWEY DAVIS, Richmond, Virginia; <t>K+. 

• JOHN T. DELAHUNTY, Freeport, Pennsylvania; ATX 

• JACK D'EPREMESNIL, Lexington, Virginia; ATA. 



Third Row: 

• LEWIS DESCHLER, II, Bethesda, Maryland; OTA. 

• ALEXANDER DE VOLPI, Bradley Beach, New Jer- 
sey; Ben. 

• HARRISON STEELE DEY, JR., Staunton, Virginia; 



Fourth Row 

• LEONARD CARTER DILL, III; Wynnewood, Pe 



• JOHN WILLIAM DODD, Chester, Pennsylvania; ATA. 

• HARVEY ALVIN DODD, Hempstead, New York. 



• JAROSLAV ADOLF DRABEK, Prague, Czechoslo- 
vakia; SK. 

• SAMUEL SETON MAITLAND DU BOIS, Baltimore, 
Maryland; £X. 

• ROGER WILLIAM DUDLEY, Richmond, Virginia; 
IIKA. 



• ROBERT FREDERICK DUGUAY, Stamford, Connecti- 
cut; OTA, 

• LEON WYMAN EDWARDS, Birmingham, Alabama; 
'I'ACI. 

• ROBERT FRANCIS ERWIN, Merion, Pennsylvania; 

ATA. 



COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES 



First Row: 

• MAXCY ALTON EVANS. JR., Norfolk, Virginia; 'M'A. 

• HERBERT JEESHOLTZ FALK, JR., Greensboro, North 
Carolina; ZBT. 

• IAMES TERRENCE FLANNERY, Culpeper, Virginia; 



Second Row: 



• CARLETON WAYNE FLICK, Mount Vernon, New 
York; AXA. 



• JAMES ARTHUR FOLTZ, III, Shaker Heights, Ohii 
*A0. 



W. KENT FORD, JR., Clifton Forgs, Virginia; ATA. 



Third Row: 

• WILLIAM HENRY FOSTER, Dallas, Texas; B9IT. 

• HARRY ALLEN FOZZARD, Jacksonville, Florida; Ki 

• WYATT FRENCH, JR., Richmond, Virginia; ZX. 



Fourth Row 

• CARL CRAIGHEAD FRITSCHE, Alexandria, Virgi: 



OWEN B. FUQUA, JR.. Baltimore, Maryland. 



• SIMON HIRSCH GALPERIN, JR., Charleston, West 
Virginia; ZBT. 

• ERIC CORBELL GAMBRELL, Dallas, Texas; B6II. 

• CLAY THOMAS GARDNER, Danville, Virginia; KA. 



• CLARK PROCTOR GARRECHT, Memphis, Tennes- 
see; ATA. 

• HARRY JORDAN GLASSCOCK, Chucbatuck, Vir- 



• WILLIAM ROBIN GLATTLY, Fort George G. Meade 
Maryland; ATA. 




THE SOPHOMORE CLASS OF THE 




First Row: 

• HUGH SELWYN GLICKSTEIN, Jacksonville, Florida; 
ZBT. 

• BRUCE WARREN GODFREY, Swarthmore, Pennsyl- 
vania; 'I'l'A. 

© ROBERT GOODMAN, Troy. New York; ZBT. 



Second Row: 

e HENRY WOODFIN GRADY, IV, Atlanta, Georgia 
KA. 

© JOSEPH LA RUE GRAY, III, Lynchburg, Virginia. 

• JAY IVAN GROSSMAN, Waynesboro, Virginia 



9 WILLIAM CLIFFORD GUTHRIE, JR., Jacksonville, 
Florida; 13911. 

• ROBERT BATSON HALL, Winchester, Virginia; ITKA. 

9 HOUSTON EVINS HAMM, Huntsville, Alabama; KS. 



Fourth Row 

© FREDERICK GARDNER HARMON, Washingto: 
C; II KA. 

• JACK RICHARD HAVER, Plainfield, New Je 

Ben. 

• JOHN DAVID HEARD, Danville, Virginia; KS. 



Filth Row: 

9 WILLIAM DAVIS HELPRIN, Stamford, Connecticut; 

•I'M'. 

9 PARKS ADAMSON HENDRY, Tampa, Florida; KA. 

9 DAVID CLYDE HENKE, Wilmington, Delaware; 



Six'h Row: 

9 WILLIAM ALDEN HOCKETT, Montclair, New Jersey; 

Ben. 

« MALCOLM LEE HOLEKAMP, Webster Groves, Mis- 
souri; i:x. 

9 WILLIAM MERCER HOLLIS, JR., Lakeland, Florida. 



COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES 



O. WEEMS HOLLOWELL, Birmingham, Alaban 



• HARRY JAMES HOOSS, Lexington, Kentucky; IIKA, 

• JOHN BYRON HOTIS, Baldwin, New York; AT. 



Second Row: 

• LEONARD BRAINARD HOUGH, JR., Csllinsville, 

Connecticut. 

• BENTZ BUELL HOWARD, JR., Schoolfield, Virginia; 



• HELMUT HEINRICH HUBER, Neuberg-Donau, Ger- 
many. 



Third Row: 

e SAMUEL BYRON HULSEY, Fort Worth, Texas; AT.}. 



O JOHN QUINN IMHOLTE, Lakeland Shores, Minne- 
sota; IIK'I>. 



JOHN A. ISAACS. Ill, St. Lo 



Fourth Row 

• NEIL C. ISETT, Potts 



Pennsylvania; <I>A0. 



• JAY WAYNE JACKSON, West Hartford, Connecti- 
cut; SN. 

• WILLIAM CLARK JACKSON, Garden City, L. I., New 
York; OTA. 



Fifth Row: 

• ROBERT BENNETT JACOBI, Washington, D. C; 



TYSON LEACHMAN JANNEY, New York, New York; 
■1>AH. 



ROBERT E. JOHSON, Lawrenceburg, Kentucky; SAE. 



• WILLIAM LESLIE JOHNSON, JR., Lugoff, South 
Carolina; IIKA. 



• FREDERICK EBEN JONES, Columbus. Ohio. 

• J. ROBERT KEEGAN, Dallas, Texas; AT. 




THE SOPHOMORE CLASS OF THE 




First Row: 

• IOHN CHOLLESWORTH KILBURN, Rockford, Illi- 
nois; OTA. 

• JOHN BLACKBURN KINKEAD, St. Paul, Minnesota; 



JOHN RICHARDSON KREMER, JR., Winchester, Vir- 
nia; 1 1 K A . 



Second Row: 

• PETER JAMES KURAPKA, Baltimore, Maryland. 

• ROBERT WHITNEY LATIMER, Memphis, Tennessee; 



• MICHAEL HOLTZMAN LAUPHEIMER, Balti 
Maryland; •I'EIT. 



• HARRY MARTIN LAWRENCE, JR., Lookout Moun- 
tain, Tennessee; SX. 



• JOHN RYLE LAWSON, JR., Tampa, Florida; KA. 

• STEPHEN FRANK LICHTENSTEIN, Roanoke, Virginia 



Fourth Row 

• FRANK WILLIAM LING, Roanoke, Virginia; nK+. 

• CHARLES RICHARD LOVEGROVE, Waynesboro, 
Virginia; II KA 

• ROBERT JOHN MacCUBEIN, Baldwin, New York; AT. 



• THOMAS LEWIS MAKER. Pelham Manor, Nev 
York; 2AE. 

• BENJAMINE CHARLES MARTIN, JR., Owensborc 
Kentucky; 11KA, 

• VOLNA ISHMAEL MARTIN, Fort Worth, Texas. 



Sixth Row: 

• CHARLES SCOTT MAY, Pine Bluff, Arka 



GEORGE FLEMING MAYNARD, III; Clarksdale, Mi: 
ssippi; ZXE. 



CLYDE SAMUEL McCALL, JR.. Fort Worth, Texas; 



COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES 



First Row: 

• HAYES C. McCLERKIN, Texarkana, Arkansas; B9I1. 

• JAMES WILLIAM McCLINTOCK, Tunica, Mississ- 
sippi; IAE. 

• FRANK ALLEN MffCORMICK. Winchester, Kentucky; 



Second Row: 

• JOHN HOOPER McNEIL, 



cksburg, Virginia; SAE, 



• CHARLES FULLER McNUTT, JR., Charleston, West 
Virginia; £X. 

• JOSEPH RICHARD MEADORS, Basset!, Virginia; 



WILLIAM CHARLES MIEHER, JR.. Memphis, Ten- 
>ssee; ATA. 



• PITSER MILLER. Elizabeth, New Jersey; «'A. 

• CHARLES LEWIS MILLION, Wichita Falls, Texas 



Fourth Row 

• JOHN KEITH NELSON, Wichita, Falls, Texas; KA. 



EDWARD JAY NEWBAKER. Ill, Johnstown, Pennsyl 
mia; ATA. 



JOHN LEIGHTON STEWART NORTHROP, Ale 

ia, Virginia; IIKA. 



Fifth Row: 

• HERBERT TURNER OLSEN, Dobbs Ferry, New York; 



• WILLIAM LOVE OSBORNE, JR., Algo 



• JOHN BOWEN PALENSKE, Woodstock, Illii 
ATA. 



• ALLAN BERNARD PASTERNACK, Memphis, Tennes- 
ee; ZBT. 

I ROBERT GALLATIN PAXTON, Greenville, Missis- 
» ROI NELSON PEERS. Pine Bluff, Arkansas; ATA. 




THE SOPHOMORE CLASS OF THE 




• THOMAS BAXLEY PERKINS, Larchmont, New York; 
<WA. 



• DONALD HERMAN PETERSON, Riverside, Illii 



• JOHN STEPHEN PHILLIPS, Chicago, Illinois; *K*. 



Second Row: 

• ALDEN McLELLAN PITARD, Baltimore, Maryland; 
SN. 

• WILLIAM WILSON PLEASANTS, Greensboro, North 
Carolina; HKA. 

• WILLIAM NILS PLUME, Mt. Vernon, New York; 
AX.V. 



• LEE ALEXANDER PUTNEY, Richmond, Virginia 
ILKA, 



• JOHN BENIAMINE RANKIN, JR., Norfolk, Virgil 
AX A. 



• WILLIAM EDWARD RAWLINGS, Newport, Ne 
York; <I>KX. 



Fourth Row 

• ROBERT CHAMBERLAIN REEVE, Evanston. Illil 



WILLIAM FORESTUS REID, Cincinnati, Ohio; ILKA. 
GORDON RIESNER, New York, New York. 



• LITTLETON WALLER ROBERTS, JR., Merion, Pen 
sylvania; 'I'l'A. 

• MELVILLE PARKER ROBERTS, JR., Stamford, Co 
necticut; AXA. 



O DOUGLAS HALL ROSE, JR., Bo 



Sixth Row: 

• EDWARD WELLS RUGELEY, Charleston, West Vir- 
ginia; *K*. 

• CARL FREDERICK RUMPP. JR., Philadelphia, Penn- 
sylvania; IX. 

• JOHN PAUL RYAN, Fort Worth, Texas; BGn. 



COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES 



First Row: 

• NATHAN K. SALKY. Memphis, Tennessee; ZBT. 

• MARK HENRY SCHAUL, JR., Charleston, West Vi: 
ginia; ZBT, 

• JOSEPH WILLIAM SCHER, Fredericksburg, Virginia 

*En. 



Second Row: 

• JOHN JACOB SCHILTHUIS, JR.. Biltmore Fores 
North Carolina; ITK*. 

• ELLIS BERNARD SCHULIST, Shaker Heights, Ohi. 
ZBT. 



JOHN JOSEPH SCHUMACHER, Akr 



Third Row: 

O WILLIAM DUDLEY SCOTT, Mt. Hope, Virginia; *K+. 

• JOHN MALACH SHAW, Shreveport, Louisiana; BAIT. 

• ISHAM MALLE SHEFFIELD, III, Atlanta, Georgia; 
•l'AH. 



• CHARLES HENRY SIPPLE, Savannah, Geoergia; 
II KA. 

• PARKER KERWIN SMITH, Interlaken, New Jersey; 
A.XA, 

• ROBERT ERNST SMITH, III, Baltimore, Maryland; 
ATA. 



• SPENCER TREADWELL SNEDECOR, JR., Hackensack, 
New Jersey; ATA. 

• KENNETH F. SPENCE, JR., Hagerstown, Maryland; 
ATA. 

• EDGAR WINSTON SPENCER, Montioello, Arkansas; 



Sixth Row: 

• CLAYTON ADAMS STALLWORTH, Shirley, Virginia; 



• BEVERLY GRAY STEPHENSON, Wakefield, Virginia; 
UK*. 



• GUY THOMAS STEWART, Chevy Chase, Maryland; 
*FA, 




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THE SOPHOMORE CLASS OF THE 




• WEBB EDWIN STEVENSON, St. Joseph, Miss 
IKlll. 



• RODNEY FRANCIS STOCK, Grand 
Ohio* 'I'KS. 



Heights 
• CHARLES RAY STORM, Hopewell, Virginia; KS. 



Second Row: 

• JACK RHODES TERNEY, JR., Belle Ve 



• JOSEPH McHENRY J. T. TICHENOR. Ill, Harlingen, 
Texas; K2. 



• JUSTIN DEWEY TOWNER, Memphis, Tenne 



• HUGH FLOURNOY VAN DEVENTER, Knoxville, Ten- 
nessee; £AE. 

• BENJAMINE PARRISH WALDEN, Midway, Ken- 
tucky; 'I'All, 

• RICHARD RENSSELAER WARREN, Scarsdale, New 
York; 'hl'A. 



Fourth Row 

• ROBERT HENRY WARREN. JR., Pelham, New York; 
KS. 

O ALAN WEBER, While Plains, New York; ATA. 

• WILLIAM TEMPLE WEBBER, JR.. Texarkana, Texas; 



Fifth Row: 

• JOHN BERAN WHEELER, Catonsville, Maryland. 

O CLARENCE WATSON WHEELRIGHT. Reisterstown, 
Maryland; ATA. 

• WILLIAM ALLAN WHITLOCK, Covington, Virginia; 



Sixth Row: 

• LLOYD LYNWOOD WILKINSON, Danville, Vhginia; 
K2. 

• JOHN ALDEN WILLIAMSON, II, Manchester, Eng- 
land; KZ. 

• JAMES EDWARD WISE. Sumner, Mississippi; ZBT. 

• HENRY LEE WOODS. Middletown, Ohio; IIKA. 




Dan Hartshorn 



OFFICER 



DANIEL G. HARTSHORN 



Executive Committeeman 



THE FRESHMAN CLASS 



THE FRESHMAN CLASS OF THE 




First Row: 

O WALTER WILLIAM ALBERS, Auslenville, 
Virginia; AT. 

• DANIEL BAILEY ALGER, Charlottesville, 
Virginia; Ki. 

• ROBERT LEE ANDERSON, JR., Winches- 
ter, Virginia; I1KA. 

• JAMES BUCHANAN ANDREWS, Roanoke, 
Virginia; *K2. 

• ROBERT MADISON ANDREWS, KA. 



Second Row: 

• ROBERT DEAN ARMSTRONG, St. Davids, 
Pennsylvania; SX. 

• THOMAS EDWARD ASCHENBRENER, 

Racine, Wisconsin; 'I'l'A. 

• ARTHUR E. AUERBACH, Easton, Penn- 
sylvania; AT. 

• DONALD PAUL BARBE, Lake Charles, 
Louisiana; 'I'K'I'. 

9 CIRO ANTHONY BARCELLONA, Garfield, 
New Jersey; AT. 



Third Row: 

• JERRY BEAIRD BARRIER, Yazoo City, 
Mississippi; 2AE, 

• EARLE SALISBURY BATES, JR., Chevy 
Chase, Maryland; •[•['A. 

• JAMES H. BEERS, Oak Park, Illinois; 
•I'l'A. 

6 JAMES TAYLOR BERRY, Dallas. Texas; 
IX. 

• HUGH LEE BERRYMAN, Shreveporl, 
Louisiana; SX. 



Fourth Row: 

O R03ERT J. BLAIR, Roanoke, Virginia; 

• JOHN NORTON BLUME, Plaintield, New 
Jersey; ZBT. 

• JAMES DANIEL BONE3RAKE. Cleveland 
Heights, Ohio; £AE. 

• STUART J. BRACKEN, Rosemont, Penn- 
sylvania; SAE. 

• ROBERT EDWARD BRADFORD, Blacks- 
burg, Virginia; AX A. 



Fifth Row: 

a WALLACE DUNCAN BRADFORD, Man 



• WARREN THOMAS BRAHAM, Merri< 
New York; IX. 

• WILLIAM HEMRY BRANDON, Clarksda 



:.:. 



iippi; 



• WILLIAM CARL BRANSCOME, Galax 
Virginia; *KX, 

• HERWIG RUDOLF BRANDSTETTER. Grai 

Styria, Austria. 



Sixth Row: 

• PAUL KRUEST BROCX, Lookout Moun- 
tam, Tennessee; 1XR. 

• WILLIAM RILEY BROOKSHER, Fori 
Smith, Arkansas; KS. 

6 ROBERT BROUDY, Norfolk. Virginia; 

ZBT. 

C JERRY RICHARD BROWN, Downers 

Grove, Illinois; Hull. 

• RICHARD BYRD BULLOCK, Swarthmore, 
Pennsylvania; *KS. 



COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES 



First Row: 

• RALPH ROGER BURCHENAL, Glendale, 
Ohio; SAE. 

• RICHARD ALAN BUSCH, Memphis, Ten- 



• BENJ AMINE WILLIAM SHERIDAN CA- 
BELL, IV, Norfolk, Virginia; I1KA. 

• JOHN RANDOLPH CALVERT, Frogmore, 
Louisiana. 

• ERNEST FRANKLIN CARLISLE, Griffin, 
Georgia; $A0. 



Second Row: 



KNOX CHANDLER, Brown 



CHRISTOPHER COLLINS, Staunton, Vir- 
nia; <t>K+. 
DAVID RONALD COLLINS, Dayton, Ohio; 



• DAVID PIERSON COMEGYS, JR., Shr 



Fourth Row: 

O JAMES TUCKER COOK, JR., Waynesboro, 
Virginia. 

• PHILIP ANDREWS COUNCILL; KA 

• RICHARD HAYES CRAWFORD, Ken 



Me 



York; <I>K1 



JAMES ELLIS CROSBY, Jacksonville, Flor- 
a; £AE. 

JOHN ROBERT CROSS, Richmond, Vir- 



ROBERT SCOTT CULLEN, Ports 




lil^i 







THE FRESHMAN CLASS OF THE 




• ROBERT WILLIAM DICKEY, Lexingto 



Second Row: 

• HORACE DALE DOUTY, Buena Vista, Vir- 
ginia. 

• PETER REESE DOYLE, Pensacola Flor- 
ida; 2AE. 

• DAVID ELAM DRUM. Richmond, Vir 
nia; KA. 

JOHN CLEMSON DI 

osa, Alabama; 'l>I'J. 

• EVANS DUNN, JR., 



Third Row: 

• ERNEST R. EANES, JR., Martinsville, Vil 



Fifth Row: 

• BENJAMINE FRANKEL, Merion, Pennsyl- 
vania; ZBT. 

• JAMES SPENCER FRANTZ, Salem, Vir- 
ginia; KA. 

• WILLIAM BRUCE FRAY, Orange, Vir- 



• CHARLES FRANKLIN GAMBILL, Rivi 
Forest. Illinois; '1'KX. 

• GORDON LEE GANO, JR., Lake Charle 



COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES 



• ROBERT ARTHUR GINSBERG, Kans 

City, Missouri; +EI1. 



• WILLIAM C. GREER, Short Hills, New 
Jersey; ATA. 

• BERTRAM SCHAUS GRIFFITH, JR., Chap- 
paqua. New York; AXA. 



• ARTHUR DEAN GUY, Kansas City, Mi; 



Third Row: 

• RICHARD TAYLOR HARBISON, Green- 
ville, Mississippi; SAE. 

• RENO SHEFFER HARP, III, Richmond, 
Virginia; AT. 

• WILLIAM ALLEN HARRISON, Roanoke, 
Virginia; AT. 

• RICHARD ARTMAN HARTLEY, Staunton, 
Virginia; <f>AO. 

• DANIEL GORDON HARTSHORN, Niagara 
Falls, New York; KS. 



Fourth Row: 



• ROY CECIL HERRENKOHL, JR., Roanoke 



• KENT CHAMBERS HORNER, Great Ba 
rington, Massachusetts; AT. 



Fifth Row: 

• E. F. HOUFF, Lexington, Virginia. 

GEORGE BAILLIE HOULISTON, JR., Ft. 



Tho 



Ke 



tucky; ATA. 



PHILIP STUART HOUSER, San Angelo 



• ROBERT HOLBROOK INGHAM, Maple 
wood. New Jersey; K21. 




THE FRESHMAN CLASS OF THE 




First Row: 

• WILLIAM ROWE CARRINGTON JONES, 
Memphis, Tennessee; SAE. 

• CHARLES CARTER KANNAPELL, Louis- 
ville, Kentucky; <1>AH. 

• JOHN KELSEY, Grosse He, Michigan; 

ATA. 

Ma- 



Second Row: 

• BYRON PHILLIP KOCEN, Richmond. Vir- 

• J. IRA LAIRD, JR., Harrisburg, Pennsyl- 



• THOMAS KING LOVING, Covington, Vir 



• LOWELL WALKER LUNDY, Pineville, 
Kentucky; AT. 

• LEWIS C. MARKEL, JR., Richmond, Vir- 



• ROY THOMAS MATTHEWS, Franklii 
Virginia; KA. 



• ROBERT JOHN McGEEHAN, South Or- 
ange, New Jersey; 'M'A. 

• WILLIAM DUNLAE McHENRY, Swarth- 
more, Pennsylvania; ATA. 



THOMAS L. McNEMAR, Le 



WILLIAM L. MILES, Chattanooga, Ten- 



COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES 



First Row: 

• GEORGE HUNT MITCHELL. JR., Chevy 
Chase, Maryland; I1KA. 

• HOLDEN CHARLES MITCHELL, Shaker 
Heights, Ohio; OTA. 



• DANIEL BRECKINRIDGE MOORE, Hunt- 
ington, West Virginia; OTA. 



Second Row: 

• M. J. MOORE, Frankfort, Kentucky; *K*. 

• ROBERT ATLEE MOORE, Salem, Virginia; 

• JAMES MICHAEL MORIARTY, Annapolis, 
Maryland; EN. 



Third Row: 

• PETER GLENDON MOWITT, Bladews- 
bury, Maryland; OTA. 

• DAVID RHODIN MURPHEY, Tampa, Flor- 
ida; KA. 

• DAVID MOTT MURRAY, Newport News, 
Virginia. 

9 KENNETH SOMERSET MURRAY, Villa 
Nova, Pennsylvania; £N, 



Fourth Row: 



FLOYD NOCK, A 



JOHN PENN OLIVER, Big Island, Vir- 



■HHHHHHH 



• MARVIN DE KALP PIERCE, III, Ulinder 
Georgia; AXA. 

ROBERT CRAMER PIKE, West Hartford, 




THE FRESHMAN CLASS OF THE 




• NEWTON HARDMAN RAY, Danville, Vu 



• WILSON HALL RIDER, Stamford, Con- 
necticut; <W'A. 

• ROBERT FRENCH ROBERTS, Norfolk, Vir- 



• CHARLES WILLIAM ROSNER, Philadel- 
phia, Pennsylvania; ZBT. 



Third Row: 

• HOWARD VERNON SANDEN, Evansto 



Fourth Row: 

• GLENN ALLEN SCOTT, Smithfield, Vir- 
ginia; TIK*. 

O CECIL GREY SELLERS, Memphis, Ten- 
nessee; 2AE. 

• BRIAN HAMMOND SHANLEY, Norfolk, 
Virginia; Bull. 



Fifth Row: 

• HARRY CARD SHERMAN, Augusta 



• FRANKLIN LEONARD SHIPMAN, JR., 

Troy, New York; OTA. 



O FREDERICK A. SIEGLER, Cleveland 

Heights, Ohio; ZBT. 

• JACK ALLEN SITES, Martinsburg, West 



Sixth Row: 

• CHARLES KENNETH SLICK, Hagerstown, 
Maryland; UM>. 

• CHARLES G. SMITH, Pensacola, Florida; 
KA. 

• JACK O. SMITH, Reynoldsburg, Ohio; 



COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES 



First Row: 

• STEVEN H. SNOW, Wallingford, Pennsyl- 



• JERRY GLOVER SOUTH, Frankfort, Ken 
tucky; <MH. 



• JOHN MORLAND SPENCE. Baltimore, Ma- 
ryland; IX. 

• EDGAR WINSTON SPENCER, Monticello, 
Arkansas: KA. 



Third Row: 

• CARL DAVID SWANSON, Kansas Citj 
Missouri; £N. 

• GORDON McLEAN TAYLOR, Frankfor 



Ke 



cky; *K*. 



O CHARLES RANDOLPH THOMAS, JR., Dan- 
ville, Virginia; *KZ, 

• ROBERT JOHNSON THOMAS, Frederick 
Maryland; +K2, 



• ANTHONY VALEN, Middletown, Ohii 



• JAN MAC VanHAUEN, Copenhagen, Den- 



• EDWARD GRAY VEASEY, Spoka 
Washington; nK'h 

• ROYAL SCOTT VILAS, Charlotte. No 



Sixth Row: 

• DIRKEN TARBILL VOELKER, Grandvi, 
Heights, Ohio; *KE, 

• SUMMER WAITE, JR.; XX. 



Mi! 




THE FRESHMAN CLASS OF THE 




WILLIAM CLARENCE WILLIAMS, Pe 



LEONARD F. WINSLOW, Richn 



Third Row: 

S ALBERT E. WOODS; ATA. 

O WILEY REED WRIGHT, JR., Arlington, 
Virginia; 'I'l'A. 

• GEORGE MARSHALL YOUNG, Fori 
Worth, Texas; *A9. 



> 



COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES 





". . . Our closest associations were cen- 
tered in the fraternal organizations ..." 



yhe JtatetHitieA 




1. A handshake and "very glad to meet you." 

2. Pi Phi's in a game of chance. 

3. Under the spreading Christmas tree. 

4. The more sentimental moments of the party. 

5. What next at Homecomings . . . 



6. Remember . . .? 

7. Twelve full ounces is too much. 

8. The proverbial argument on the I-M field. 

9. "That's fine, Tuesday, trom 8:30 to 10 . . 




First Row, Sitting: Clough, Berry, Leyburn, Mauck, Kerr, Marcus, Marais, Coco, Hill, Levine. Second Row, 

Standing: Kemble, Ellis, Allen, Terrill, Hicks, Constine, Burns, Sheppard. Third Row: Gillespie, Perry, 

Sheiiield, Ryer, Rumpp, Kinkead, Lichtenstein. 



NTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL 

OFFICERS 

DAVID KERR President 

BILL MAUCK Vice-President 

RICK MARCUS Secretary 

BOYD LEYBURN Treasurer 







MEMBERS 






Wendell Burns 


William Maulk 




John Kinkead 


Dave Ryer 


Robert Keegan 


Glen Christie 




Jim Shanks 


Steve Cocco 


John Allen 


Boyd Leyburn 




Roger Perry- 


Ed Ellis 


Brady Bartusch, Jr. 


Phil Dowding 




Rick Marcus 


Tom Sheppard 


Julian Gillespie 


George Kemble 




David Constine 


Carl Rumpp 


Charlie Bradshaw 


I. M. Sheffield 




Milburn Noel 


Lester I. Levine 


Martin Clough 


Al Terrill 




Brantley F. Barr 


Millard White 


Joel Berry 


Bill Scott 




Harold Hill 


Steve Lichenstein 


Mel Hicks 











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First Row: C. R. Adams, D. P. Barbe, J. Bissell, C. Campbell, W. R. Ccgar, J. K. Conant, R. F. Connally, T. D. 
Davis, J. Denny, W. W. Diggs. 

Second Row: J. Doherty, T. J. Gardner, E. J. Gerken, C. B. Grove, E. A. Hansbarger, W. D. Helprin, C. L. Hoff- 
man, A. Hollins, R. W. Knudsen, D. Leudders. 

Third Row: H. J. Llorens, L. L. Mason, J. Marsh, R. J. McMurtrie, D. D. Merril, W. F. Mills, J. R. Moffatt, M. J. 
Moore, R. A. Moore, B. T. Newberry. 

Fourth Row: T. A. Nolle, L. K. Payne, J. L. Phillips, B. Romaine, E. Reigeley, M. W. Saurs, B. Scott, S. Shott, W. 
C. Shuck, A. M. Taylor. 

Fifth Row: H. D. Warner, M. B. White, W. G. White, R. J. Wilson, D. Wooldridge. 





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WILLIAM R. COGAR President 

ARTHUR HOLLINS, III Vice-President 

ROBERT F. CONNALLY Receiving Secretary 

THOMAS D. DAVIS, JR Corresponding Secretary 

EDWARD JAMES GERKEN House Manager 

MRS. SARA GILLIAM House Mother 




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First Row: W. H. Adams, J. A. Anderson, V. E. Behrens, J. K. Boardman, J. L. Bowles, B. C. Brown, J. Brown, A. 
R. Chappelka, J. Christal, J. Conner, A. De Volpi. 

Second Row: H. G. Edmonds, W. H. Foster, D. Gale, E.C. Gambrell, E. E. Gardiner, J. E. Gillespie, W. C. Guth- 
rie, J. R. Haver, R. C. Herrenkhol, W. A. Hockett, J. H. Holler. 

Third Row: O. W. Hollowell, W. H. Hunt, D. C. G. Kerr, W. H. Kyle, D. C. Leach, G. Legget, L. B. Martin, R. 
Matson, C. H. McCain, H. C. McClerkin, J. S. Moreman. 

Fourth Row: V. B. Neal, W. L. Osborn, J. H. Patton, L. R. Putnam, W. R. Randall, F. Reams, J. K. Rockwell, J. 
P. Ryan, R. W. Salmons, D. B. Scott, B. Shanley. 

Filth Row: I. Shaw, J. Smith, W. E. Stevenson, W. F, Shekel, W. W. Terry, J. R. Tobyansen, G. Tucker, F. M. 
Vinson, T. Wall, D. Waters, C. Weichsel. 

Sixth Row: L. T. West, C. R. Williamson. 




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OFFICERS 

JOHN K. BOARDMAN President 

WILLIAM H. HUNT Vice-President 

DAVID C. LEACH House Manager 

VOSS B. NEAL Secretary 

ROLLAND E. THOMPSON Recorder 

MRS. DAVIS MARTIN House Mother 




Ufa*. William M Hifte 

Sweetheart of 
BETA THETA PI 





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ALPHA CHAPTER 




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First Row: R. M. Andrews, W. A. Haynes, M. C. Bowling, B. Bean, W. Bitzer, A. C. Chandler, P. Coco, P. A. 
Councill, H. P. Davis. 

Second Row: J. C. Davis, J. W. Dozier, D. E. Drum, E. Dunn, E. R. Evans, E. Ellis, J. Engleby, J. H. Flippen, J. E. 
Ford, S. Frantz. 

Third Row: C. Gardner, H. Grady, B. Hagler, P. A. Hendry, H. L. Hopkins, W. L. Horner, J. R. Lawson, R. S. 
Mathews, C. S. May, C. McCall. 

Fourth Row: Harry B. McCoy, Jr., J. Meadors, D. Murphy, J. K. Nelson, T. Oast, A. D. Owens, R. G. Paxton, S. 
Pierpont, F. B. Pulley, F. I. Richardson. 

Fifth Row: H. C. Sherman, C. G. Smith, E. W. Spencer, W. Y. Trotter, H. B. Vance, T. Whitman, R. G. Whittle, 
G. S. Wilson. 




OFFICERS 

PHIL COCO President 

FRANK RICHARDSON Vice-President 

YATES TROTTER Secretary 




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First Row: R. K. Adams, R. D. Armstrong, W. U. Beall, H. L. Berryman, W. T. Braham, D. A. Cannon, A. W. 
Cantwell, D. W. Cummings, W. French. 

Second Row: G. L. Gano, D. Guy, E. JC. Haighl, M. L. Holkamp, W, H. Lyon, E. M. McClintock, F. T. McClintock, 
J. B. McCutcheon, C. F. McNutt. 

Third Row: J. A. O'Keefe, L. T. Raymond, R. C. Reeve, C. F. Rumpp, J. J. Schumacker, T. Shepherd, W. L. 
Snead, P. Sullivan, B. Sturghill. 



Fourth Row: J. R. Terney, S. Waite, R. G. Wallace, L. F. Winslow. 

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WILLIAM UPTON BEALL Consul 



JOSEPH McCUTCHEON Pro-Consul 



WILLIAM LYON House Manager 




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VIRGINIA SIGMA CHAPTER 



SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON 




First Row: T. O. Bagley, R. B. Baker, J. B. Barrier, J. Bone brake, J. S. Boswell, S. T. Bracken, C. J. Bradshaw, P. K. 
Brock, W. Brock, W. H. Brandon, R. R. Burchenal. 

Second Row: R. A. Busch, J. E. Crosby, R. O. Carter, W. R. Carter, M. Clough, K. Creson, P. R. Doyle, R. 
Dickey, C. Dean, R. D. Davis, J. F. Gallivan. 

Third Row: W. G. Hall, R. T. Harbinson, S. B. Hollis, P. Houser, F. Jackson, T. E. Jacob, H. M. Jarrett, R. E, Johnson, 
H. W. Jones, H. Lane. 

Fourth Row: J. L. Lanier, J. C. Lee, R. E. Little, J. F. Lowe, T. L. Maker, J. F. Maynard, J. Meals, C. L. Million, T. 
Miller, W. McClintock, J. McDowell. 

Fifth Row: D. McGrew, J. McNeil, J. R. Moore, R. O. Paxton, H. G. Quinn, N. H. Ray, W. S. Rosasco, J. M. Sand- 
ers, C. Sellers, R. H. Sherrill, W. Smith. 

Sixth Row: D. Stacker, E. Streuli, J. F. Taylor, J. S. Thompson, J. Towner, N. Turner, H. F. Van Deventer, J. H. 
Woodall, R. West, W. T. Webber. 




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CHARLES JOSEPH BRADSHAW President 

RICHARD DOLMAN DAVIS Vice-President 

THOMAS OWEN BAGLEY Secretary 

JAMES CALDWELL LEE House Manager 

MRS. RICHARD WAGNER House Mother 




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SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON 





ZETA DEUTRON CHAPTER 



PHI GAMMA DELTA 




First Row: T. E. Ashenbrener, J. R. Baldwin, E. G. Barker, E. S. Bates, J. H. Beers, J. H. Beery, W. W. Blanton, 
C. C. Booth, W. D. Bradford, R. V. Bray, K. D. Brown. 

Second Row: F. H. Callahan, G. Castle, A. W. Daub, L. Deschler, J. C. Duckworth, R. F. Duguay, B. Edwards, 
M. A. Evans, M. E. Faris, R. H. Fields, S. H. Flinn. 

Third Row: E. R. Foster, W. B. Fray, C. Fritsche, R. Glasier, B. Godfrey, S. M. Hairston, J. E. Hamrick, H. M. Hicks, 
F. Hornaday, W. C. Jackson, D. P. Kelley. 

Fourth Row: J. C. Kilburn, W. L, Kunau, T. Lenihan, W. Maytham, R. J. McGeehan, R. A. McPherrin, P. Miller, 
H. C. Mitchell, C. Mixson, D. B. Moore, P. G. Mowitt. 

Fifth Row: J. J. Mullens, L. C. Palmer, T. P. Perkins, H. G Peters, W. Pickett, W. H, Rider, L. W. Roberts, W. K. V. 
Rucker, F. L. Shipman, R. C. Smith, G. Stewart. 

Sixth Row: P. Toles, J. R. Trimm, H. A. Turner, R. P. Wallis, R. R. Warren, W. Wood, W. R. Wright. 



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OFFICERS 

HENRY M. HICKS President 

DALLAS PAGE KELLEY House Manager 

ROBERT CLYDE SMITH Recording Secretary 

HERBERT G. PETERS Corresponding Secretary 

JOEL H. BERRY Historian 

MISS LAURA BELLE McCAULUY House Mother 

MR. C. J. WILKINSON Executive Secretary, Washington, D. C. 




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First Row: D. B. Alger, B. B. Barr, V. M. Bowles, J. I. Bowman, B. Brooksher, R. H. Brown, W. Brown, T. A. Bull, 
H. R. Butler. 

Second Row: H. A. Fozzard, H. J. Glascock, B. Gunderson, H. E. Hamm, J. S. Hansl, J. Harris, D. G. Hartshorn, 

J. D. Heard, R. D. Horn. 

Third Row: B. Howard, F. Hundley, A. Hunt, B. Inabnet, L. E. Johnson, T. K. Loving, S. E. Miles, W. L. Miles, 
M. K. Noell. 

Fourth Row: B. M. Richardson, P. Robbins, S. B. Sowell, C. R. Storm, B. Swain, M. Tichenor, C. F. Tucker, R. H. 
Warren, W. A. Whitlock. 

Filth Row: L. L. Wilkinson, H. W. Williamson, J. A. Williamson, T. P. Winborne. 

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LAMBDA CHAPTER 




First Row: R. F. Ballard, R. Blair, G. Bocetti, A. R. Bowden, W. M. Canby, R. Cancelmo, D. C. Caulfield, D. P. 
Comegys, J. R. Cross, R. S. Cullen. 

Second Row: E. Currey, J. L. Daniel, H. W. Dietrich, J. A. Drabek, S. S. M. DuBois, F. Faunce, T. Flannery, 
P. E. Forkgen, A. B. Gallagher, W. E. Hall. 

Third Row: S. B. Hicks, H. N. Hill, L. B. Hough, J. W. Jackson, T. Kenny, C. Latta, H. W. Lawrence, P. Manning, 
I. H. McGee, M. Moriarty. 

Fourth Row: K. S. Murray, J. G. O'Brien, R. E. Pike, A. Pitard, M. Radulovic, D. H. Rose, D. E. Ryer, T. Sickel, H. 
V. Sonden, 

Fifth Row: J. M. Spence, D. R. Steenburgh, G. N. Stieff, C. D. Swanson, K. P. Warden, A. Willet, J. B. Yanity. 

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OFFICERS 

RICHARD P. CANCELMO Commander 

KARL P. WARDEN Lieutenant Commander 

PETER E. FORKGEN House Manager 

DOUGLAS H. ROSE, JR Recorder 




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VIRGINIA ZETA CHAPTER 



PHI DELTA THETA 




First Row: P. Borom, H. Brewer, W. G. Brown, E. F. Carlisle, R. A. Craig, R. M. Davenport, L. C. Dill, L. W. Ed- 
wards, D. W. Foerster. 

Second Row: J. A. Foltz, G. Freeman, J. P. Garlington, F, J. Gilliam, R.Griffith, R. A. Hartley, J. Hudgens, W. Isett, T. 
Janney. 

Third Row: C. C. Kannapell, J. Kannapell, G. Kemble, W. S. Luckett, T. A. Lupton, F. A. McCormick, A. S. 
Miles, ]. E. Newton, G. B. Post. 



Fourth Row: R. J. Schaefer, E. F. Schaffer, G. W. Seger, I. M. Sheffield, J. South, F. Tyson, D. M. Van Riper, B. P. 
Walden, G. M. Young. 

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OFFICERS 

JAMES E. NEWTON President 

ALGENE S. MILES, JR Vice-President 

EDWARD F. SCHAEFFER, JR Secretary 

I. M. SHEFFIELD, III Reporter 

FONTAINE J. GILLIAM Warden 

JOHN S. HUDGENS Chaplain 

JAMES A. FOLTZ, III Choirister 




IftUA Ularif JranceA WiLcn 



Sweetheart of 
PHI DELTA THETA 





PI CHAPTER 



PI KAPPA ALPHA 




First Row: R. L. Anderson, L. Barrington, H. A. Berry, B. W. S. Cabael, B. L. Clarke, H. Cockrell, T. A. Court- 
ney, M. Dickey, R. W. Dudley, P. M. Dowding. 

Second Row: E. P. Elsaesser, G. Fisher, B. G. Fuqua, R. B. Hall, W. R. Hill, H. J. Hoos, R. L. Hopkins, F. G. 
Harmon, J. K. Hutchenson, W. L. Johnson. 

Third Row: T. W. Joynes, J. F. Kay, J. R. Kremer, B, H. Leyburn, L. D. Linn, S. O. Laughlin, F. Love, C. R. Love- 
grove, B. C. Martin, G. H. Mitchell. 

Fourth Row: E. B. Myrtle, J. L. Northrop, W. W. Pleasants, L. A. Putney, J. D. Ray, W. F. Reid, K. J. Rice, C. S. 
Rockel, W. W. Shiers, O. C. Shull. 

Fifth Row: C. H. Sipple, D. M. Smith, P. B. Smith, R. W. Storey, C. Swan, H. L. Woods 

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DOUGLAS SMITH 



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BEN MARTIN Secretary 




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PHI KAPPA SIGMA 







First Row: F. J. Ahem, J. B. Andrews, D. W. Bourne, W. C. Branscome, H. Bratches, R, B. Bullock, D. Chapman, 
L, S. Christie, W. T. Clem, R. L. Cocks, L. P. Collins. 

Second Row: C. Compton, R. H. Crawford, E. C. Darling, A. T. Davis, J. H. DeBow, H. S. Dey, D. D. Dickin- 
son, S. D. Eggleston, J. Eisler, A. J. Ellis, G. W. Fellows. 

Third Row: H. Glascock, R. S. Goldsmith, J. A. F. Hall, J. C. Howerton, J. W. Kidd, D. Mahen, W. R. Mauck, J. 
E. McDonald, J. E. Moyler, R. S. Park. 

Fourth Row: G. W. H. Pierson, O. P. Pollard, W. E. Rawlings, J. W. Roberts, R. D. Schenkel, J. Slaughter, S. 
Snow, C. A. Stallworth, C. R. Smith, R. F. Stock, F. Summers. 

Fifth Row: C. R. Thomas, R. J. Thomas, S. Truslow, D. Voelker, R. S. Vilas, T. Van Leer, K. Van Cott, A. S. Wall, 
T. A. Wash, W. C. Williams, W. T. Windsor. 

Sixth Row: T. K. Wolfe, W. Woodroff, J. S. Young. 





OFFICERS 

ASBURY C. COMPTON President 

THOMAS A. WASH Vice-President 

JOHNSON S. SLAUGHTER Secretary 

JAMES W. ROBERTS House Manager 




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Sweetheart of 
PHI KAPPA SIGMA 




PHI CHAPTER 



DELTA TAU DELTA 




First Row: J. H. Allen, R. Applegate, W. F. Barron, B. Bartusch, E. Bassett, J. D. Beck, D. D. Bien, C. R. Bradley, 

C. B. Castner, J. D. Delahunty, J. d'Epremesnil. 

Second Row: R. A. Denney, R. D. Dixon, J. Dodd, R. F. Erwin, W. K. Ford, H. O. Funsten, C. P. Garrecht, W. R. 

Glattley, J. T. Gray, W. C Greer, J. R. Griffith. 

Third Row: G. B. Houliston, S. B. Hulsey, R. J. Ingram, R. E. Jean, B. M. Jones, R. L. Jones, J. Kelsey, B. Latimer, 

M. Lear, W. H. Lear, R. H. Lipscomb. 

Fourth Row: B. McHenry, W. C. Mieher, F. C. Miller, N. Newbaker, R. Owen, J. B. Palenske, J. F. Peck, R. N. 

Peers, R. W. Phillips, R. T. Pittman, W. P. Robert. 

Fifth Row: H. Robertson, W. P. Rose, W. H. Rowe, M. Schafer, D. Shuck, R. E. Smith, R. P. Smith, S. Snedecor, 

K. Spence, A. Weber, C. W. Wheelwright. 

Sixth Row: J. J. White, W. D. Wirth, A. E. Woods. 

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OFFICERS 

WILSON H.LEAR President 

T. TALBOT BOND Vice-President 

JOHN H. ALLEN Secretary 

ROBERT T. PITTMAN Treasurer 




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DELTA TAU DELTA 





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RHO CHAPTER 



PI KAPPA PHI 




First Row: E. W. Anderson, M. H. Anderson, W. M. Bailey, R. Baker, A. L. Barrett, R. Carden, C. Collins, B. 
Crowley. 

Second Row: M. J. Elliott, R. E. Glenn, D. C. Henke, J. G. Imholte, J. B. Kinkead, F. W. Ling, I. D. Marsh, J. O. 
Martin. 

Third Row: D. Peterson, D. W. Ringers, J. Schilthuis, G. A. Scott, B. C. Stephenson, H. Stine, P. M. Stockett, 
A. C. Terrill. 



Fourth Row: J. Turk, S. M. Turk, E. Veasy, I. R. Warfield, J. R. Wingert. 

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ROBERT E. GLENN President 

JAMES C. TURK Treasurer 

JOHN O. MARTIN Secretary 

WILLIAM M. BAILEY Historian 

DONALD H. PETERSON Warden 




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First Row: F. Baer, J. M. Blume, R. F. Broudy, R. Broudy, S. Bucholtz, D. Constine, J. B. Cooper, S. Davidson, 
H. S. Falk. 

Second Row: B. M. Forman, B. Frankel, J. A. Freidman, S. H. Galperin, W. Gladstone, H. S. Glickstein, H. 
Goodman, R. Goodman, J. A. Isaacs. 

Third Row: R. Jacobi, A. Kaplan, B. Litwin, R. P. Marcus, L. C. Markel, P. M. Maslansky, R. A. Maslansky, J. 
Mendelsohn, J. B. Mohr. 

Fourth Row: J. Paradies, A. Pastemack, R. A. Pizitz, C. W. Rosner, N. Salky, M. H. Schaul, E. B. Schulist, A. 
Schwabe, I. M. Shlesinger. 

Fiith Row: F, A. Siegler, B. Steiner, F. G. Uhlmann, J. E. Wise, L. Zittrain. 

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OFFICERS 

RICHARD MARCUS President 

ALAN KAPLAN Vice-President 

IRVING SHLESINGER Treasurer 

JOSEPH MENDELSOHN Assistant House Manager 

JOHN ISAACS Historian 




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ZETA BETA TAU 





DELTA CHAPTER 



PHI EPSILON PI 




First Row: R. S. Deitch, R. A. Ginsberg, H. Goldman, J. I. Grossman, T. Harris, A. Horowitz, C. G. Hutzler. 

Second Row: F. Kessler, R. E, Levick, L. I. Levine, S. Lichtenstein, H. Litchfield, M. H. Laupheimer, R. Mask- 
owitz. 

Third Row: F. Phillips, G. Riesner, R. D. Rosenfeld, J. Scher, S. Schlossman, M. B. Soloman, S. Wachtler. 





OFFICERS 

LESTER I. LEVINE Superior 

RICHARD D. ROSENFELD Vice-Superior 

ALAN S. HOROWITZ House Manager 

JAY I. GROSSMAN ... ... Corresponding Secretary 

MORTON B. SOLOMON .... Recording Secretary 





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GAMMA PHI ZETA CHAPTER 



LAMBDA CHI ALPHA 




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First Row: J. A. Arthur, B. Bell, R. E. Bradford, M. Chalkley, W. H. Coleman, R. Crocker, J. A. Cross, T. E. Davis. 

Second Row: W. Dean, C. W. Flick, D. A. Grier, B. S, Griffith, G Hammond, R. W. Henry, R. S. Hudson, H. A. J. 
Hughes. 

Third Row: T. G. McClelland, M. P. Mohler, S. L. Moss, M. D. Pierce, W. N. Plume, H. Porter, J. B. Rankin, M. 
P. Roberts. 



Fourth Row: J. Z. Shanks, P. K. Smith, C. M. Snyder. 





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THOMAS DAVIS President 

GUY HAMMOND Vice-President 

DAVID GRIER Secretary 

CLOVIS SNYDER Treasurer 

JOHN RANKIN Ritualist 




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Sweetheart of 
LAMBDA CHI ALPHA 




WASHINGTON AND LEE CHAPTER 



DELTA UPSILON 




First Row: B. Albers, G. F. Arata, A. E. Auerback, C. Barcellona, P. M. Browning, W. E. Burns, C. Cafritz, R. C. 
Carey, I. Carlson. 

Second Row: O. T. Carter, D. R. Collins, W. L. Davidson, C. Edmonds, G. A. Eristoff, J. P. Gardner, H. Grim, R. 
S. Harp, W. Harrison. 



Third Row: K. Horner, J. B. Hotis, S. H. Johnsson, W. G Kach, J. R. Keegan, J. Kindred, J. W. LaFarge, E. D. 
Lonergan, L. W. Lundy. 

Fourth Row: B. J. McCubbin, W. A. O'Connor, H. Olsen, H. Roberson, G P. Rowell, J. Sconce, X. N. Sederis, J. 
Sites, A. Valen, P. D. Weill. 




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OFFICERS 

OLIVER T. CARTER President 

PRES BROWNING Vice-President 

ROBERT KEEGAN Secretary 

HORACE ROBERSON Treasurer 

ROBERT CAREY House Manager 




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" . . . Skill and good sportsmanship were 
our natural derivatives ..." 



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UNIVERSITY COMMITTEE ON ATHLETICS 



CLAYTON EPES WILLIAMS Chairman 

ALMAND ROUSE COLEMAN Faculty Member 

ROBERT WILLIAM DICKEY Faculty Member 

FRANK JOHNSON GILLIAM Faculty Member 



WILLIAM MILLER HINTON Faculty Member 

RALPH DAVES Alumnus Member 

ASBURY CHRISTIAN COMPTON .... Student Member 
MILLAR BARRY WHITE, JR Student Member 



THE COACHES 



Sealed, To Front: Sisley. Seated, To Rear: Coaches Crane, Wise, Hamilton and Barkley. 




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First Row, Seated: Oref, Holt, Goldsmith, Combs, Kernicklian, Ferguson, Mc Cutcheon, Stark, Bocetti, Michaels, Conard, Carpenter, R. Smith. Second 

Row: Jack, George, Leister, Arnold, Martin, Thomas, Waters, Thompson, Schaub, Radulovic, Trammel, C. Smith. Third Row: Trolinger, Brewer, Ma- 

guire, Abrams, White, Hedge, Sideris, Broyles, Scott, Garst, Delahunty, Popovich. Fourth Row: Sisly, Barkley, Hamilton, Collins, Rawlings, Campbell, 

Hinton, Issacs, Sheffield, Bowman, Wise, Crawford, Miller, Crane. 

THE SQUAD OF 1950 



The fall of 1950 brought with it one of the most 
memorable football seasons that General rooters have 
ever enjoyed. The Blue and White Team was an 
expertly balanced squad whose offensive and de- 
fensive platoons were equally capable and shared 
the honors throughout the entire season. Coach 
George Barclay's charges, ran from a superbly 
geared Split T formation. The Generals were char- 
acterized by finess and power, which stemed from a 
lethal combination of Bocetti's ball-handling and 
Michaels' crushing force through the line. Defensive- 



ly, Washington and Lee could rely on a stalwart wall 
composed of men such as Conard, Thompson, Car- 
penter and Thomas. Throughout the season the in- 
spiration and leadership of Co-Captains Fergusson 
and McCutcheon proved both instrumental and in- 
valuable. Although the season record in itself was 
gratifying, this was not the climax of the fall which 
came rather as a result of the Conference Title, the 
Gator Bowl Bid and finally from our high national 
ranking. 



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OFFENSIVE TEAM 

Left to Right, Linemen: Uoldsmith, Ferguson, Kay, McCutcheon, Schaub, Thompson, Hedge. Lett to Right, Backlield: Leister, Bocetti, Holt, Sideris. 

FINAL FOOTBALL STATISTICS 1950 INDIVIDUAL RUSHING 

Opponents W. & L. Carries Gain Loss Net Avg. 

120 . Points Scored 318 Michaels 119 712 712 6.0 

63 First Downs— Rushing 160 Stark 125 602 58 544 4.4 

28 First Downs— Passing . . 28 Bocetti ... 80 426 71 355 4.5 

98 First Downs— Total ... 198 Holt . . . 76 468 1 467 6.1 

1345 Yards Rushing— net 2995 Broyles 51 285 19 266 5.2 

819 Yards Passing ... 761 Leister 39 134 27 107 2.7 

136 . . . Passes Attempted ... 112 Abrams ... 31 213 1 212 6.9 

63 Passes Completed . . 38 Arnold ... 17 170 1 169 9.9 

19 Passes Intercepted . . 13 Waters ... 12 49 2 47 4.0 

71 Number of Punts 45 Oref . . 4 41 41 13.7 

38.1 Punting Average 32.2 Garst . . 7 29 2 27 3.9 

299 Yards Punts Returned 655 Sideris 9 34 6 28 3.1 

DEFENSIVE TEAM 

Lett to Right. Linemen: Carpenter, R. Smith, George, Giordani, Conard, Smith, C. Thomas. Left to Right, Backfield: Trammel, Waters, Michaels, Stark. 



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Broyles into the Furman line. 



Coach George Barclay's boys proceeded to help 
themselves to 27 points, 362 yards on the ground, 
and a resounding victory over Furman in their first 
game of the 1950 season. 

Michaels got the first touchdown of the game on a 
four yard slam over tackle after the Generals had 
marched 82 yards in ten plays, in the first quarter. 
Fumbles cost the Washington and Lee team several 
other opportunities to score, and Furman's vaunted 
backfield grabbed itself a touchdown before the half 
ended. Neither team made good its extra point try in 
the first half. 



Furman muqgs Holt. 




It looked like it might be a close ball game until — 
to usurp a jazz expression — Bob Thomas broke it up 
early in the second half by recovering a Furman 
fumble on Furman's twenty yard line. From this 
point on, Washington and Lee began to demon- 
strate that they were going to be very much a foot- 
ball team in this season. Four plays after our recovery 
Michaels scored again. He converted successfully 
for what was to be the first of three extra points for 
him that afternoon. 

Furman punted soon after our second score, and 
a sophomore by the name of Broyles made a spec- 
tacular runback. Charlie Holt moved into the full- 
back slot that Michaels had been using to our op- 
ponents disadvantage, and rambled off on several 
fine runs. Inside of three minutes star quarterback 
Gil Bocetti was in a position to sneak across the goal 
for the General's third touchdown. 

Spectacular running by Holt and Broyles plus mag- 
ical ball handling by Bocetti set up Washington and 
Lee's last touchdown of the afternoon. Once again 
the extra point was good, and Furman remained 
unable to gain on the ground. As the game ended 
Furman had passed the ball into our territory but 
was unable to add to their point total. 

The stage was set for the General's greatest season 
since 1934. 





W & L .... 26 
WEST VIRGINIA.. 7 




George plugs hole. 

Lynchburg was the scene of W & L's second triumph 
of the season. It was the Blue team's fifth win in fifty-five 
years of competition with the much bigger West Virginia 
University team. The final score read 26 to 7. 

Pass defense was the keynote of this victory. Dave Wat- 
ers intercepted three Mountaineer passes, and Jim Stark 
spent more time knocking passes down that afternoon, 
than opposing coach Art Lewis did bemoaning the new 
found power of the General ball club. 

Ray Leister passed to Dave Hedge for the first blue 
score, and after Michaels' try was wide for the extra digit 
the General rooters sat back to savor their 6 point lead. 
Randy Broyles gave the Lexington fans another cause for 
hysteria when he scored following 
a pass interception by Stark. It was 
little Charlie Holt's key block that 
allowed Broyles to cross the six 
point stripe standing up. 

With only three minutes remain- 
ing in the first half, Waters man- 
aged another interception of a 
West Virginia pass. Bocetti led an 
air-ground attack that was culmi- 
nated by Leister's three yard 
touchdown smack over tackle. The 
extra point kick was — one more 
jazz expression — solid and sweet. 
At halftime Washington and Lee 
was 19 points ahead of favored 
West Virginia. 



One minute after the Mountaineers' fatal mistake of al- 
lowing the Blue team to handle the ball, we had another 
touchdown. This time Bocetti used his famous optional 
keep play to garner six for himself. Point was solid and 
sweet again. "26," said a delirious spectator. "26, this is 
going to be the year." 

This time we kicked off to West Virginia, a much better 
arrangement as far as the Mountaineers were concerned. 
This time the passes clicked for them, and they got them- 
selves their only touchdown of the game. Their try for the 
point was accurate. 

Neither team scored in the fourth period, and W & L 
had its second win. 



Michaels and line jar Mountaineers. 





Fumbles were costly against V. P. I. on a rainy Homecoming. 



W&L....20; CITADEL.... 



The Citadel threatened only once on attack but 
had everything the scout reports had revealed about 
their tough defense. Sticking mostly to up-the- 
middle power, the Generals had halfback Jim Stark 
and Fullback Walt Michaels getting most of their 

Stark hurdling West Virginia. 









two-hundred-and-fifty-one yards on the ground. Both 
piled up nearly 100 yards each carrying the ball and 
Stark had a thirty yard T.D. run erased by a penalty, 
one of three such scoring punches deprived him by 
officials during the year. His action gained "Back of 
the Week" honors in the Old Dominion. Touch- 
downs by Bocetti, Stark, and Hedge, on a pass from 
Bocetti. Actually, the Citadel was one of the best 
defensive units of the year with end Jerry DeLuca 
and center Sam Rubino making the Generals all 
opponent selection. 






W & L . 
VIRGINIA 



21 
26 



In what they themselves consider their poorest 
performance of the year, a miserably plotted second 
half cost the Generals their "big-one." Holding a 21- 
13 half-time lead, an overdose of conservatism un- 
questionably cost Washington and Lee the ball game. 
Virginia scored late in the fourth period bringing the 
Cavaliers within one point of the Generals. With lit- 
tle more than a minute to play, Bocetti called a pass 
pattern in a desperate effort to maintain possession 
through a mid-field first down. His daring, coming 
too late in the ball game backfired. Virginia inter- 
cepted and, on the first play from scrimmage, quart- 
erback Rufus Barkley hit halfback Jerry Furst down 
the middle for a 45 yard scoring pass that broke the 
Generals' hearts. With half a minute remaining, Bo- 




Slark stymied by Virginia aerial. 



cetti hit end Talbot Trammell with a long pass on 
Virginia's twenty and what would have appeared 
to be a certain score had the exhausted Trammel held 
the ball. This game will be replayed by the Monday 
Morning Quarterbacks as long as green grass grows 
on Old Dominion turfs. 




The Big Train rolls on. 




Stark gains against Virginia. 



W & L .... 47; DAVIDSON 12 



It seemed that everyone wanted to get in the act 
at Davidson, North Carolina, where seven different 
Washington and Lee men contributed to a forty- 
seven to twelve rout of Davidson. Walt Michaels 
made it eight scorers with five extra points to his 
credit. Touchdowns came as Dave Waters and Wes 
Abrams scored in the first period, Randy Broyles 
and Ray Leister in the second and Jim Stark, Bay 



Arnold and Skippy Sideris in the third. The Generals 
coasted through the fourth period without a score to 
win easily. Wildcat scores came in the second and 
fourth periods. The first was as a result of a series 
of completed passes by Jack Ruth which took the 
ball down to the Washington and Lee five yard line. 
Davidson scored in the last few minutes on a pass 
from Ruth to Turk to make the final score 41 to 12. 



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TENNESSEE. ..27 




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IF the Generals had to select their poorest performance of 
the season it would be a combination of two half-games — 
their second half against Virginia and their first half against 
Tennessee. At the time of W & L's invitation to the Gator 
Bowl, General Neyland testified that Washington and Lee 
was as good as any team the Vols met all 
year. Against Neyland's men the Generals 
suffered most from two brilliant punt re- 
turns by Bob Rochichar (100 and 83 yards) 
and a 50 yard pass interception by Jimmy 
Hahn. Herky Payne scored the fourth Vol 
marker from scrimmage. That was all in the 
first half. With Gil Bocetti knocked cold early 
in the second quarter, Coach Barclay found 
he had a thoroughly competent T-quarter- 
back on his bench, Dave Waters, whose only 
previous action had been as defensive safety 
man. Waters generated two touchdowns to 
add to the one the Gens got in the opening 
half and the Vols were anxiously eyeing the 
clock as the Virginians were scrambling for 
the ball in the closing moments. 

Thomas disrupts U.-Va. interference. 




W & L .... 25 
VIRGINIA TECH... 7 

Without being uncharitable, the greatest thing that 
happened to Tech was a torrential rain that made 
Wilson Field look like a hog wallow. In a gridiron 
aquacade, Bocetti stuck almost exclusively to "in- 
side" stuff under the impossible weather conditions; 
no pitchouts, virtually no passing and still lots of 
fumbles. But it was Joe McCutcheon, twice an all- 
state selection, who won Barclay's "blue-ribbon" for 





his skillful passing from the center position. The mud 
unquestionably contained the Generals offense and, 
under the prevailing conditions it was an impressive 
victory in a game where all the mud-bathed players 
looked alike. Guard Buck Conard distinguished him- 
self by becoming the highest scoring guard in the 
Southern Conference. He got seven points — a T.D. 
from a blocked punt, and a pass reception for point- 
after-touchdown. 




Bocetti in a watery plunge. 




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DELAWARE 



The finale of a four-year series, found the Generals 
eager to avenge a surprising 13-7 defeat by Delaware 
the year before. Coach Bill Murray's Blue Hens 
packed none of the Delaware power of earlier post- 
war years. Bocetti gave the Northerners an eyefull of 
what a T quarterback is supposed to do with a foot- 
ball. Faking the Delaware defenders dizzy, Gil guided 
half a dozen backs to 445 yards overland including a 
significant contribution of his own. Randy Broyles, 
shifty Sophomore from West Virginia, swept end for 




Stark on end sweep. 

two touchdowns while a classmate, halfback Wes 
Abrams tossed in 82 yards of the Generals rushing. 
Stark got two touchdowns and Holt one, a forty-six 
yard romp through the middle. 



Michaels converts behind good blocking. 









Abrams into the clear. 



W & L .... 33; LOUISVILLE 28 



"That was the slowest three minutes I ever knew," 
Barclay sighed. After amassing a 20-0 half-time lead, 
something snapped in the Generals operations plan. 
With three minutes to go they were leading by only 
26 to 21 and it looked like another Virginia debacle 



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in the making. A pass interception by W & L line- 
backer Paul Giordani that went from midfield to the 
Louisville one yard line, broke off what was shaping 
up like a winning touchdown drive by the amazingly 
resurgent Kentuckians. Louisville added another on 
a 94 yard pass play after the kickoff which followed 
W & L's final score. Bocetti steadfastly froze out the 
frenetic Louisvillians in the final minutes. Bocetti 
said he could plainly see how Louisville had tied 
Miami in Florida the week before, since "Louisville 
hid one of the best offensive backfields we played 
this year." 

Louisville passes out of their own end zone. 





W & L .... 67 
RICHMOND.... 7 




Michaels plows for 11 yards and T.D. 



Bocetti passes for 14 yards to Thomas. 




With fifteen Seniors on the field for their last home 
effort after four years of varsity football, the Generals 
were not to be denied any score they chose to com- 
pile. As Richmond's two sports editors agreed, 
"George Barclay could have made it 100 to nothing, 
if he had so desired." He didn't. With a halfback 
playing quarterback for the first time and three full- 
backs rounding out the backfield in an all-Senior 
eleven, the Generals frolicked in the second half but 
became sensational when Senior Wally Oref threw 
the first pass he has ever tossed in a football game 
for a touchdown, the final score of the game. Walt 
Michaels who opened the Generals' scoring back in 
September, added three touchdowns and seven con- 
versions to give him an 89 point total and second 
place in the Southern Conference scoring race. It 
was the Generals sixth straight Southern Conference 
victory and created the first league title in football 
for Washington and Lee since 1934. 



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ference "Coach of the Year;" Virginia's selec- 
tion for "Coach of the Year" for all Sports; Ail- 
American at the University of North Carolina, 
1934. 




Gil Bocetti. Quarterback: All-State; All-Southern and Voted: "Out- 
standing Player in Virginia." 



SOUTHERN CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS 



All-State Selections, left to right: Fullback, Walt Michaels; Co-Captain, Joe McCutcheon; Co-Captain, 
Don Fergusson; Guard, Buck Conard. 









GATOR BOWL GAME 



Stark and McCutcheon close in on pass receiver. 

W & L . . . . 7 
WYOMING ... 20 



New Year's Day in Jacksonville proved to be a bitter disappoint- 
ment for Washington and Lee supporters as the Big Blue fell before 
the Skyline Conference Champions from Laramie, Wyoming, by a 
two touchdown margin. The Generals couldn't cope with the talent 
of Wyoming's All-American tailback, Eddie Talboom, whose passes 
gained continually when his team failed to move on the ground. In 
the second period Talboom opened the scoring with an eight yard 
heave to Dick Campbell, and a little later scored himself on a two- 
yard plunge. 

In contrast, the usually high-scoring Southern Conference Champs 
lacked the punch that characterized their regular season's play and 
fumbled twice when it looked as if they might go all the way. 
Though badly hurt by the loss of Walt Michaels who was not dressed 
for the game, Charlie Holt's performance at fullback left little to be 
desired as he gained 107 yards in 21 tries. 

In the second half the Generals spotted Wyoming another touch- 
down on a 20 yard run across the middle by Melton, before they 
bounded back to play the Cowboys on better than even terms. 
Bocetti scored on a two-yard plunge to move the Generals back in 
the ball-game, but thereafter 
he was unable to engineer an- 
other score despite repeated 
threats. 

Randy Broyles, Sophomore 
standout, looked very good 
and turned in some outstand- 
ing runs which gave the other- 
wise disappointed W & L root- 
ers a little to cheer about. On 
the whole, the inability of the 
W & L secondary to turn back 
Talboom's aerial attack plus 
the fact that our own air game 
failed to materialize at all, cost 
us the ball game. 

Nevertheless, the Bowl Bid 
was in itself a tribute to our 
great and very deserving 
football team. 




Holt stops to consider would-be tackier. 





Kneeling, Left to Right: Pierson, Bratches, Dawson, Adams, Scott, Grove. Standing, Left to Right: Denny, 
Holler, Warfield, Walden, Handlan, Osborne, Jones, Hedge, Coach Hamilton. 



BASKETBALL 



The pre-season suspicion that this might 
be the year, proved to be a vain hope as 
the Comets won only eight of twenty-five 
games and finished only above V.M.I., 
Davidson and Furman in the final Southern 
Conference standing. Nevertheless, Gen- 
eral rooters had guite a bit to cheer about 
as Captain Jay Handlan, a two time All- 
Stater, proved to be one of the nations out- 
standing ball players and drew praise 
from all sides. In addition to leading the 
Southern Conference scorers with a fabu- 



lous 27.6 average; Jay set a new Southern 
Conference record by pouring 66 points 
through the hoops against Davidson. He 
was selected on the ALL-Conference five 
and Captained the All-State team by virtue 
of his leading the balloting conducted by 
State sports writers. His achievements are 
all the more remarkable in that Handlan 
was the only consistant high scoring threat 
on the sguad and conseguently always 
drew the opponents best defensive man. 



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Hedge, Trammel and Scott looked 
increasingly good as the season 
reached its end, and there is no 
doubt that they would have been 
better yet, if football practice had not 
continued throughout December. 
This was a key factor in the loss of 
so many early season games. At the 
same time the loss of center "Shaky" 
Jones was a crippling blow. Howard 
Bratches, the only senior on the 
squad was a steadying influence in 
these early weeks when the lineup 
changed according to who was 
available. 



Handlan under the backboard. 




Handlan layup blocked. 



W&L 
W&L 
W&L 



RECORD 

. 69; Highpoint 

. 56; Haines Hosiery 
67; Enca 



W&L 70; Quantico 

W&L 61; Wake Forest 

W&L 69; Duke 

W&L 43; Maryland 

W&L 52; Geo. Washington 

W&L 55; William & Mary 

W&L 62; Virginia 

W&L 59; Richmond 

W&L 79; Geo. Washington 

W&L 65; William & Mary 

W&L 57; Virginia Tech 

W&L 61; Virginia Tech . . . 

W&L 70; West Virginia . 

W&L 83; Maryland 

W&L 67; Richmond 

W&L 78; Wake Forest 

W&L 68; Duke . . 

W&L 81; Davidson 

W&L 97; Furman . . 

W&L 86; Virginia 

W&L 78; Davidson 

W&L 69; West Va. Tech 



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82 

53 

83 

68 

.73 

99 

52 

70 

.76 

64 

77 

83 

73 

58 

58 

88 

65 

68 

90 

94 

68 

82 

54 





Handlan shoots, Walden waits. 



Among the Sophomores, Ben Walden, 
Jack Osborne and Bill Scott looked very 
promising and should develop rapidly. In 
addition, a strong Freshman team will fur- 
nish next year's varsity with more material 
than our campus has seen in quite a few 
years. Outstanding members of this team 
were Jim Rich, Jack Smith, Warren Dean, 
Freddie Siegler and Moore. 

The best reason for the new feeling of 
optimism now prevalent in Lexington is 



that W&L has finally solved its coaching 
problems. The answer has come in the 
form of "Scotty" Hamilton, a former All- 
American at the University of West Vir- 
ginia, who has brought more hustle and 
spirit to the General five than seen since 
pre-war days. His presence plus the return 
of Jay Handlan and all but one of this 
year's squad makes us join the many 
others in saying that next year could be 
"it." 



Two-handed jump shot by Scott, 




WRESTLING 



One of the brightest eras in Washington 
and Lee's athletic history came to an end 
on March 5 and 6, when Virginia Military 
Institute, captured the top rung in the an- 
nual Southern Conference Wrestling 
Tournament, ousting the defending Cham- 
pion Generals. 

After taking the dual meet Conference 
Championship, the Blue just wasn't up to 
par for the Tournament which saw the long- 
standing rivalry between W & L and V.M.I. 
reversed. 

Only one General, Ted Lonergan in the 
137 pound class, took the title. Three other 
Blue Matmen, Howie Davis, Joe Sconce and 
Ken Finley, reached the finals and came 
home with second place. Paul Weill took 
third and Jerry Jack turned in a fourth 
place performance. Three returning title 
holders were thus upset. 



In the regular season performances, the 
Generals took four out of four against Con- 
ference Competition and captured two for- 
eign matches. Davidson, V.P.I., North Caro- 
lina and Duke, lost to the Generals, along 
with Appalachian and Johns Hopkins. In 
defeating Appalachian, the Generals laid 
claim once again to the mythical dual meet 
title of the South. The score was sixteen to 
twelve. 

All-Powerful Navy swept the Blue off their 
feet at Annapolis, and a good Virginia 
squad handed Coach Russ Cranes' team 
their first home defeat in four years in the 
final match of the season, 14 to 13. 

Against Duke the Blue completed four 
years without a loss in the Southern Con- 
ference. Fans were treated to a match that 
wasn't decided until the final bout, where a 
draw gave the Generals a 14 to 1 1 nod and 
the dual meet trophy. 



ED MOYLER 

Manager 



COACH CRANE 



HARRY GRIMM 






LONERGAN 
SCONCE 
FINLEY 



Weill rides for a fall. 



Lonergan, Sconce and Finley, all won bouts against 
Duke and completed four years of undefeated Conference 
Competition. 

Despite the fact that the new Southern Conference rule 
which allows Freshmen to compete on Varsity teams, goes 
into effect in September, Coach Crane will have a tough 
time molding a new team. Lonergan, Sconce, Finley and 
Jack graduate this coming June. All of them have been 
mainstays of the team for the past four seasons. 

However, Davis, Weill, and Morgan Lear will return to 
form a nucleus, with some help coming up from the Fresh- 
men sguad, as well as reserves from this year's team. 
Charlie Sipple, John Doughtery, Fred Staunton and Bob 
McCubbin should be ready for heavy duty come next 
winter. 




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The team was hampered by injuries and lack of strong 
reserve power from the start. Finley broke his ribs early 
in the season and did not return to action until late in the 
year; his spot was capably filled by Rick Marcus. Bob 
McCubbin dislocated his shoulder in the Appalachian 
meet and never returned to action. In addition, Paul Weill 
was sidelined for two matches with a cut over his right 
eye but he was replaced by Charlie Sipple in the 130 
pound spot. Although the sguad was disappointed in the 
Tournament results, Coach Crane deserves a good deal of 
praise not only for his fine coaching job but also for his 
excellent dual-meet record. 



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BASEBALL 



SEASON'S RECORD 

W&L 4; M.I.T 3 W&L . . 

W&L 6; Rugers 6 W&L . . . 

W&L 7; Quantico 2 W&L . . . 

W&L . ... 2; Quantico ... 15 W&L 

W&L 2; Camp Meade 4 W&L . 

W&L 2; Camp Meade 5 W&L . . . 

W&L 0; Boiling Field 9 W&L . . . 

W&L 5; Rensselear Poly. 4 W&L . . . 

W&L 6; William and Mary W&L . . . 

W&L 9; Richmond 5 W&L . . . 

W&L 1; Georgetown 2 W&L . . . 

Won . . .10; Lost . . 12; Tied 



1; George Washington 

3; William and Mary 

6; Va. Tech. 

2; George Washington 

7; Maryland . . . . 

8; Boiling Field 

9; Richmond Polytech 

1; Virginia . . 

3; Richmond 

0; Maryland . . . 

1; Va. Tech 



COACH SMITH 



CAPTAIN WOODS 



MANAGER HEDRICK 





BASEBALL SEASON 



The 1950 season proved to be strictly an 
average spring for the Generals as they 
wound up with an overall record of ten 
wins, twelve losses and one tie. The dia- 
mond men opened impressively with three 
straight wins but the spring vacation trip to 
Washington and surrounding areas was 
disastrous and resulted in four consecutive 
losses. Thereafter Captain Dick's men 
could never stay hot for any length of 
time and were unable to climb over their 
three in a row mark. 

Though only a mediocre ball club W & L 
showed great promise for the future by 
fielding a Sophomore dominated team that 
was rich in talent but lacking in experi- 
ence. Steadied by Captain Willis Woods, 
the teams leading hitter, and by Dude 
Agnor, an All-State contender at shortstop, 
the Generals played good ball but failed 



in the clinches when crucial runs were on 
base. 

Jack Eubanks, Bill Mauk and Lacy Put- 
ney were all capable hurlers, while Bay 
Arnold was an outstanding backstop. In 
addition to centerfielder Woods, gradua- 
tion took first baseman Thomas and out- 
fielder Fahey, all of whom will be capably 
replaced by rising Juniors, Frank Summers, 
Don Shuck and Jack Holler. In the infield 
Dave Waters held down the hot corner, 
while Agnor and Ed Streuli left little to be 
desired in the way of a double play com- 
bination. 

The Generals were plagued consistantly 
by injuries in their pitching department 
which put the burden of a large share of 
the mound duties on pitchers Eubanks and 
Putney. High hopes are held for the rising 
Sophomores, whose Freshman team was 
deep in pitching ability. 




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Denny, Chapman, Hicks, Warfield, Leybu 
Anderson. Kneeling: Leudders. 



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COACH ANDERSON 



CREW 



Crew took another big step forward in 1950 as its hard working 
oarsmen were pitted against some of the nations best teams. 
Though winning only two of six dual meets, the Generals were 
never outclassed and were in the thick of every race down to the 
finish. 

Dartmouth and Rutgers fell before Coach Anderson's men while 
Boston University, Tampa, Rollins and Marietta led the Blue shell 
across the finish line. Although, this season was only Coach 
Anderson's second year in Lexington, he has been instrumental 
in raising Crew from comparative obscurity to one of the spring's 
leading sports. With almost all of his Junior studded crew re- 
turning in '51, "Swede" believes that next year should "reap the 
harvests" of this season's hard work. 



What manner of boat is this? 




TRACK 



Washington and Lee's cindermen got off to a fast start 
in the track season. In the initial spring meet the Gen- 
erals ran away from the University of Richmond by the 
score of 73 to 53. Tech outjumped and outran the Gen- 



erals to the tune of 75 Vi to 55 Vi, and then West Virginia 
University humiliated the Blue by a count of 107V2 to 
23 Vi. Fairer days were to come, however, as the Gen- 
erals bounced back to outdistance Davidson by a close 



While with ease — roughstuff in background. 











Handlan finishes 440 in first place. 



Home stretch. 



69 Vz to 6IV2 score, and then gather steam to defeat Wil- 
liam and Mary by a figure of 74 V2 to 56 V2. 

In the big six meet the Generals finished fourth, but 
the day shone brightly for Captain Pete White. The 
lanky hurdler scored 10 points that day and set a new 
meet record for the Big Six in the low hurdles. 

That wasn't all either. Pete ran a 14.7 second 120 high 
hurdle to come in first in that event and tie W&L's exist- 
ing record set in 1938 by J. P. Rogers. 

The Generals were hurt in the distance events in mid- 



season when the mile and two mile star, Echols Hans- 
barger, became ill. The most improved man on the 1950 
squad was half-miler Yates Trotter. Yates turned in some 
spectacular times for 880 distance. Pete White received 
the Forrest Fletcher Trophy for the third consecutive 
year for being high point man in the cinder sport for 
the year. 

In all the Big Blue had a successful season on the oval 
with three wins and two defeats for dual meets. 






Left lo Right: Gray. Bien, Bye 



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The Generals coachless stickmen closed the '51 
campaign with a good 5-5-1 record. The victims in- 
cluded Maryland, North Carolina, Union, Rutgers, 
and Washington College, while Syracuse, Rensal- 
lear Poly., Loyola of Baltimore, Virginia and Duke 
succeeded in outscoring the Blue. The finale with 
Williams ended in a four hour 6-6 tie. Contributing 
to the defeat of powerful Maryland in the opener, 
were five Seniors who for four years have com- 
prised the nucleus of Washington and Lee Lacrosse. 

To these stalwarts and "Doc" Baxter, the Generals 
schedule maker, go the credit for the most success- 
ful season of the decade. Clements, Hill, Pacy, 
McDonald and Tongue formed this nucleus. Clem- 
ents was named Goalie on the first string all-Amer- 
ica team, while Tongue was placed on the second 
team. The other three were all awarded all-Amer- 
ican mention. Fine play was contributed by every- 
one including next year's Co-Captains, Dave Bien 
and Dave Ryer and lettermen Bond, Patton, Gray, 
McDowell, Lane, Lear and Stieff. 



Lear passes off. 



LAC ROSS E 





SOCCER 



Under the tutelage of Coach Wilson 
Fewster, the soccermen had their best sea- 
son in years boasting a 6-2-1 record that 
won them second place in the Southern 
Conference. The Generals also emerged 
as Virginia Champions, winning four and 
tying one in State competition. In contrast 
to previous years the booters attack was 
consistantly strong with their ability to 
score frequently on corner kicks and 
crosses from the outside. Pizitz, Rockwell 
and Dietrich and Whitney combined beau- 
tifully on offense, while Hough, Lenfest, 
Slaughter and Captain Gillespie supported 
well from the halfbacks. Sophomore Goalie 



Carl Rumpp was outstanding in the Confer- 
ence and a powerful defensive asset along 
with fullbacks Glickstein and Schenkel. 

Maryland and Duke were the Generals 
only conguerors, while Virginia, Roanoke 
(twice) North Carolina, North Carolina 
State and R.P.I, fell before the W & L team. 
With only two Seniors on the squad, and a 
number of outstanding Freshmen on the 
way up, the Generals threaten to be pow- 
erful contenders in the years to come. 
Coach Fewster, a Lacross Ail-American at 
Johns Hopkins, contributed both his ability 
and enthusiasm to soccer and was, more 
than anyone else, responsible for the mold- 
ing of such a good and successful team. 



Front Row, Left to Right: Glickstein, Bartush, Hough, Dill, Captain Gillespie. Whitney, Dietrich, Lickenstein. Second Row: Fewster, Buckholtz, Lenfest, 
Jackson, Schenkee, Piztiz, Rumpp, Rockwell, Galperin, Slaughter, Petard, Mohr. 




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Left to Right: Thomas, Joynes, Hall, Lewis, Laupheimer, McKelway, Mahan, McCormick, Brown and Coach 

Twombly. 



GOLF 



1950 proved to be another good year for the Blue held at White Sulphur Springs where both teams 

Golfers as they swept to the State Title and boasted were the guests of the Greenbriar. This marked the 

an impressive 7-2 record. Washington and Lee placed Generals first appearance at the Greenbriar, but they 

fourth behind Wake Forest, North Carolina and Duke, are scheduled to meet Harvard, Colgate and Ohio 

in what was reputedly the fastest Conference in the University in a return engagement in 1951. Though 



nation. 



The season opened with a dual match against Ohio 



hurt by the loss of graduating Seniors, the Generals 
can rely on men such as Wes Brown, Dave Mahan 



University, which had been one of the only two and Bill Hall to furnish a strong nucleus for the corn- 



teams to defeat the Generals in '49; this match was ing season. 

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TENNIS 



Washington and Lee's 1950 Tennis team 
improved on the preceding year's record 
by winning two of eight matches. The 
squad lacked both the top strength and 
depth of a successful team, factors which 
put it in a class below Virginia, V.P.I, and 
Davidson. The netmen managed to defeat 
Hampden-Sydney twice. As the first H-S 
match had been rained out when the score 
was knotted at four all, the number one 
doubles counted for both when the second 
match was played. Bouldin and Rockwell 



prevailed but Knudsen and Lethbridge 
were the real heroes of the day when they 
closed out the last doubles match with a 
series of beautiful volleys. 

Julian Mohr had the best individual rec- 
ord of the season with five wins against 
two losses. He excelled with consistancy 
from backcourt. Swinnarton exhibited fine, 
flashing net tactics and Powell a good all- 
court game. Inability to maintain their best 
potential was the sguad's chief failing. 



Front Row, Left to Right: Rockwell, Swinnarton, Bouldin, Powell, Schlesinger, Mohr. Back Row: Day, Die 
trich, Knudson, Seger, Lane. 





Twombly. Williamson, Gallivan, Reid, 
right: Wall. Gardner, Hall, DeVolpi, McCaii 



SWIMMING 



In the aquatic department, Coach Cy Twombly 
again turned in a splendid season. His charges liter- 
ally swam away with three victories, but were edged 
in a fourth try by a powerful Virginia Tech outfit in the 
first part of the year. The single loss suffered this year 
was one of two in the past three years — a record 
worthy of admiration. 

This year's squad .was bolstered by such notable 
sophomores as Alex Thayer, Parker Smith, Bob Good- 
man, and Alex DeVolpi, and the Bill Ried-John Wil- 
liamson combination in the 220 and 440 events. The 
ranks were completed by Randy Whittle and the ex- 



perienced and able returning lettermen, Bill Hall, 
Chuck McCain and Sam Hollis. 

In retrospect, it might be said that the success of the 
team was a result of the diversity of their skills. 

On the springboard, outstanding performances were 
given by Ray Leister, Jim Gallivan, and Tom Gardner, 
whose feats were often instrumental in turning the 
tide of victory. 

The outlook for next year is rather uncertain. Two 
mainstays of this year's groups, DeVolpi and Smith, 
are certain to return, and that in itself is a sound nu- 
cleus for any team. 






Start of Breaststroke 



Thayer and Hall in the backstroke 





Standing, left to right: Woodruff, Wyatt, Moffett, Her, Kaplan, Ransome, Coach Lord. Front Row: Aschen- 

brenner, Diggs. 



CROSS COUNTRY 

The loss of Captain Echols Hansbarger, Coach Lord to the Armed Services, mini- 
one of the best distance runners in Wash- mized the interest displayed, 
ington and Lee's Cross-Country history, Moffett was the team's best performer 
was instrumental in causing the relatively and was supported in his efforts by Her, 
poor record this season. In addition the Kaplan, Wyatt, and Ransome. Though the 
failure of key runners to turn out this year Cross-Country men were conquered in 

proved very damaging and dealt the death every meet, the return of the spectacular 

blow to Coach Norm Lord's hopes. Along Hansbarger next season should strengthen 

with these difficulties, the departure of the squad immeasurably. 




2. Carpenter covers Louisville pass 

3. Randy Broyles scoots for 27 yds. against Richmond 

4. Generals outrun and outblock Furman 



5. Holt stopped after gaining against West Va. 

6. Incomplete pass . . . Gator Bowl 

7. Bocetti to Stark at Louisville 

8. Waters returns punt against West Va. 




1 . Strained expressions at the start 

2. Mid-air shot by Grove 

3. Handlan for two with one hand push shot 

4. "Joe . . . lay off your buddy Ken." 



5. Who swallowed the canary . . . 

6. Scramble under the Richmond basket. 

7. Howie Davis . . . ferocious. 

8. Racing start with two casual onlookers. 



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CLARK GARRECHT Secretary 

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Merritt Abrash 
Bill Bailey 
Brantley Ban- 
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Gene Freeman, Jr 
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Bill Hagler 
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John Hannon 



MEMBERS 

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Alan Horowitz 
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Henry Jones 
Alan Kaplan 
James Hunter Lane 
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S. M. TURK . . . ! Clerk 







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W. M. Anderson 


E. Hargrcve 


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B. Richardson 


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J. S. Bailey, Jr. 


W. G. Haynes 


L. B. Martin 


J. Sanders 


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VIRGINIA BETA CHAPTER 

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Arthur Hollins David G. Kerr 


Fred M. Vinson 


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Thomas R. Shepard 


William Martin Clough 


Frazier Reams, Jr. 


Frank Lee Summers, Jr. 


Robert F. Connally 


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Terry Whitman 


Henry Melville Hicks, Jr. 


William Yates Trotter, Jr. 

Robert S. Griffith 


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Page Kelly 
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Jim O'Keefe 
Tom Shepherd 
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Steve Coco 
Frank Richardson 
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Harry Davis 
Henry Grady 
Gray Castle 
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Lynn Lummus 
Pres Browning 
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Ray Melton 
Bill Cogar 
Dan Litton 
Mark Saurs 
Bob Glenn 
Pinky Gillespie 
Jim Paradies 
Dave Wolf 
Bill Gladstone 
Les Zittrain 
Charlie Bradshaw 
Hunter Lane 
Buck Boswell 



Tom Jacobs 
Joe Kling 
Eric Gambrell 
Tom Davis 
Jack Garst 
John Williamson 
Harry Fozzard 
Harvey Lewis 
Sol Wachtler 
Hank Litchfield 
Al Horowitz 
Joe Mullins 
Bob Lapsey 
Doug Rose 
Mark Schaub 
Bob Jacob! 



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Bill Rawlings 
Jim Arthur 
Carl Flick 
Mac Holekamp 
Charlie McNutt 
Roy Craig 
Bruce Godefrey 
Steve Lichtenstein 
Jack Schilthuis 
Clark Garrecht 
Bill Johnson 
Justin Towner 
Bill Whitney 
Ted Lonergan 
Joe Kindred 




IR8 




WHITE FRIARS 

OFFICERS 

MARTIN CLOUGH President 

TOWNSEND OAST Vice-President 

TALBOT TRAMMELL Secretary 



MEMBERS 



John Boardman 
Jack Holler 
Jim Patton 
Rollo Thompson 
Jack Osborne 
Jack Haver 
Russ Applegate 
Ralph Jean 
Dick Jones 
Dan Schuck 
George Atata 
Oliver Carter 
Paul Giordani 
Harry Grim 
K.en Fin ley 



Bob McCubbin 
John Hotis 
Joe Engleby 
Bill Hagler 
Townsend Oast 
Yates Trotter 
Joe Meadows 
Harry Davis 
Tom Davis 
Roger Perry 
Jim Shanks 
Bob Horn 
Charles Tucker 
Phil Robbins 
Lucius Johnson 




John Bowman 
Evins Hamm 
Talbot Trammell 
Jack Kannapell 
I. M. Sheffield 
Bob Thomas 
Gerry Barker 
Frank Gallahan 
Craig Fritsche 
Pitts Miller 
Tom Harris 
Dick Rosenfield 
Al Campbell 
Ned Gerken 
Eck Hansbarger 
Art Hollins 
Bill Mills 
Miller White 
Ed Rugeley 
Ed Moffatt 
Pat Collins 
Jim Roberts 
Sanford Young 
Rod Stock 
Glen Christie 
Kelly Hutcheson 
Park Smith 
Ben Martin 
Leo Barrington 
Alvin Terrell 
Bill Bruce 
Dan Peterson 



Martin Clough 

Sam Hollis 

Jim Gallivan 

Dan McGrew 

Bill McClintock 

Bill Brock 

Art Birney 

Bob Crocker 

John Kay 

Bob Lundy 

Bill Lyons 

Everett McClintock 

Chuck Bibbey 

Pete Carter 

Dick Ballard 

Gus Baden 

Dick Cancelmo 

John Bannon 

Mike Radulovic 

Alan Kaplan 

Bert Litwin 

Julian Mohr 

Bob Maslansky 

Dick Pizetz 

Fred Uhlmann 

Ed Wise 

Hugh Glickstein 

John Daniels 

Jay Jackson 

Jack Delahunty 

Watson Wheelwright 

Gordon Riesner 




WASHINGTON & LEE BAND 




THE TROUBADOURS 




OFFICERS 

EARNEST CLARKE President 

JOE SCHER Vice-President 

AUSTIN HUNT Secretary 

DICK BALLARD Business Manager 

JOHN BOWMAN Assistant Business Manager 

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ALPHA EPSILON DELTA 



OFFICERS 

A. C. KAPLAN President 

T. A. Wash . . Vice-President 

W. P. ROBERT Secretary 

S. Z. SHANKS Treasurer 

Y. TROTTER Historian 

DR. K. P. STEVENS Faculty Advisor 

DR. J. H. STARLING .... Honorary Member 



MEMBERS 



E. M. Bitzen 
R. P. Cancelmo 
M. D. R. Chalkley 
T. E. Davis 

E. E. Gardiner 

F. George 



W. Hagler 
R. W. Henry 
A. C. Kaplan 
W. R. Mauck 
W. C. Pickett 



C. R. Putnam 
M. Radulovic 
W. P. Robert 
J. Z. Shanks 
C. M. Snyder 



Y. Trotter 
T. A. Wash 
B. V. Neal 
G. C. Keimble 

P. C. Manning 



Seated: Trott* 



Kaplan, Wash, Shanks, Dr. Stevens. Standing: Mauck, Chalkley, Davis, Snyde 
i, Radulovic, Gardiner, Kemble, Neal, Henry, Manning, Cancelmo. 




W&L CONCERT GUILD 




OFFICERS 

BILL GLADSTONE President BENNO FORMAN Asst. Corres. Secretary 

PRESTON MANNING Vice-President DICK CANCELMO Member at Large 

CHARLIE CASTNER Secretary-Treasurer NORMAN LEMCKE Member at Large 

DAVE MERRILL Corresponding Secretary B. S. STEPHENSON Faculty Advisor 



HOUSE REPRESENTATIVES 



Kenneth Rockwell 
Norman Lemcke 
Charlie Castner 
Roi Peers 
George Arata 
Bill Hogler 



Jim Stump 
Austin Hunt 
Guy Hammond 
Jim Foltz 
Tom Harris 
Bill Wood 



Tom Wash 
Dave Merrill 
Tom Courtenay 
Dick Lovegrove 
Bill Bruce 
Marshall Jarrett 



Larry Raymond 
Dick Cancelmo 
Preston Manning 
Bill Gladstone 
Benno Forman 
Alan Kaplan 




FRATERNITY MANAGERS ASSOCIATION 



OFFICERS 









Secretary-Treasurer 






MEMBERS 




JIM LEE 




CLOVIS SNYDER 


BOB STOREY 


DAVE LEACH 




JACK KANNAPELL 


GENE ANDERSON 


STAN PITTMAN 




AL HOROWITZ 


W. LYONS 


BOB CAREY 




PAGE KELLY 


PETER FORGEN 


BILL HAGLER 




NED GERKEN 


I. SCHLESINGER 


DICK PRUITT 




JIM ROBERTS 

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ASSIMILATION COMMITTEE 



WILLIAM H. KYLE Chairman 



MEMBERS 




PRES BROWNING 
WILLIAM COGER 
TOM DAMEWOOD 
DON FERGUSSON 
GENE FREEMAN 
JAMES GALLIVAN 
ROBERT GLENN 
CHUCK HALL 
JACK HOLLER 



MELVILLE HICKS 
ABE JONES 
JOHN KAY 
BILL MAUCK 
B. VOSS NEAL 
MIKE RADULOVIC 
BOB SALISBURY 
ED SCHAEFFER 
TOM SHEPHERD 



HANK LITCHFIELD 



Seated, left to right: Salisbury, Neal, Taylor. Kyle, Glenn, Galli' 

herd, Browning. 



Kay. Standing: Litchfield, Hicks, Shep- 




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Seated: White, Bradshaw, Mr. Guthrie. First Row: Issacs, Martin, Holekamp, McNutt, Clough, Manning, Wii 



CHRISTIAN COUNCIL 



OFFICERS 

MR. GUTHRIE Director of Religious Activities RUEL TYSAN 

CHARLIE BRADSHAW . President BEN MARTIN 

GUY HAMMOND 



Chairman Freshman Work 



Chairman Boys Club 



Vice-President JIM STUMP Chairman Discussion Group 

YATES TROTTER Secretary PRES MANNING .... Chairman Mountain Mission Work 

BILL WHITE Treasurer CHARLIE SCOTT MAY Chairman Spiritual Life 

GUY HAMMOND . . . Chairman Religious Emphasis Week SAM HULSEY Chairman Church Relations 

MARSH JARRETT Chairman Charity Chest ED WISE Coordinator of Jewish Activities 

MARTIN CLOUGH . . Chairman University Religious Services JOHN SASSOIS Coordinate of Jewish Activities 

JOHN MAGUIRE Chairman Freshman Work HUNTER LANE Chairman of Publicity 



NTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB 

OFFICERS 

BILL PLUME President 

BOW BELL Vice-President 

MACK HOLEKAMP Secretary-Treasurer 

MEMBERS 



Henry C. Murfey, Jr. 
Frederick ]. Kackley 
Melvin J. Moore 
Holcombe A. Hughs 
Michaeil A. Mohler 
Wilson H. Lear 
Robert O. Paxton 
John Daniel Maley 



C. S. Oden 
Leonard F. Winslow 
Harry P. Porter, Jr. 
Dirk Voelker 
David Fisher 
Parker K. Smith 
Joseph S. Gray, III 
Jasa Drabek 



Stephen C. Johnson 
Charlie McNutt 
Bill Plume 
Bow Bell 
Mack Holekamp 
Evins Hamm 
Chet Smith 
Bill Guthrie 



ated: French, Tyldsley, McNutt, Plume, Holekamp, Mr. Latture, Maloy. First Ro 
Knakal, Kean, Voelker, Kackley, Murfey, Adams, Bair, Porter, Hickin, Mohler. 





Seated, left to right: Gait, Tyldsley, Steohenson, Porter, Berry, Winslow. Standing, First Row: Scott, Schil- 

thuis. Fray, Wilson, Lowe, Ginsberg, Grenard, Kocen. Standing, Second Row: Stocked, Peterson, Lichten- 

stein, Gray, Holekamp, Waite. 



FORENSIC UNION 

OFFICERS 

JOSEPH GRAY Speaker 

STEVE LICHTENSTEIN Vice-President 

HAROLD TYLDSLEY Secretary 

MACK HOLEKAMP Sergeant-at-Arms 



B. Anderson 
J. Berry 

B. Bradford 

C. Chandler 
W. Diggs 
H. Franklin 
B. Fray 

R. Ginsberg 
J. Gait 



MEMBERS 




G. Gambill 


F. Lowe 


J. Gray 


S. Lichtenstein 


R. Grenard 


C. May 


A. Harrison 


D. Peterson 


R. Heuenkohl 


H. Porter 


M. Holekamp 


J, Schilthouis 


P. Kocen 


B. Schumacher 


F. Lachmann 


G Scott 


G. Lenfest 


F. Spencer 



B. Stephenson 

B. Stockett 
H. Tyldsley 
S. Waite 

D. Waters 
G. Wilson 
L. Winslow 

C. Weichsel 

E. Wright 



GLEE CLUB 



OFFICERS 

GUY HAMMOND President 

JOE MULLINS ...."..." Secretary 

PARKS HENDRY Librarian 




Bob Anderson 
James Andrews 
Bob Andrews 
Jim Beers 
Art Barrett 
Bill Branscome 
Buddy Bray 
Tom Burchett 
Don Caufield 
Knox Chandler 
Jim Cook 
George Denning 
Mike Dickey 
Horace Douty 
George Eagle 
George Fellows 



MEMBERS 

Harry Goodman 
B.enno Forman 
Robin Glattly 
Henry Grady 
Bertram Griffith 
Bruce Godefry 
Bill Greer 
Parks Hendry 
George Houliston 
Guy Hammond 
Charlie Hutzler 
Bill Jackson 
Page Kelly 
Harry Lawrence 
Fred Lackman 
Les Mason 



George Mitchell 
Dan Moore 
Joe Mullins 
Rei Peers 
Harold Ouinn 
Ken Rockwell 
Bill Rider 
David Ray 
Larry Raymond 
Howard Sanden 
Edgar Spencer 
Bob Salisbury 
Clovis Snyder 
Walter Smith 
Fred Seigler 
Bob Washburn 



First Row: Anderson, Hendry, Jackson, Mitchell, R. Andrews Lawrence, Lackman Barrett. Second Row: 
Hammond, Creason and Sandon. Third Row: Kelly, Bray, Godefry, Hicks, Burchett. Fourth Row: Smith, Van 
Cott, Andrews, Quinn, Douty, Cummings, Wallis. Fifth Row: Ray, Houliston, Greer, Rider, Mullins, Grady 




SOCIAL 




ACTIVITIES 





Seated: Hollis, Mr. Carmichael, Bowman, Marsh, Mr. Drake. Standing: Forrester, Paradies, Griffith, McGee, 

Kay, Coce. 

UNIVERSITY DANCE BOARD 

OFFICERS 

JACK MARSH President 

HOWARD BRATCHES Vice-President 

JOHN BOWMAN Secretary 

JACK MARSH Business Manaqer 

JOE McGEE Assistant Business Manager 

MEMBERS 

JACK MARSH BOB GRIFFITH HOWARD BRATCHES 

JOE McGEE STEVE COCO JACK KAY 

DINK FORESTER JOHN BOWMAN MR. DRAKE 

SAM HOLLIS JIM PARADIES MR. RAYDER 

JOHN ALLEN DAVE RYER MR. CARMICHAEL 

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COTILLION CLUB 



Pi K A 

Jack Berry 
Jim Morehead 
Frank Lov.e 
Jack Kay 
Park Smith 
Cox Joynes 
Charles Rockel 
Charles Sipple 
Chet Smith 

Kappa Alpha 

Ed Ellis 
Steve Coco 
Frank Richardson 
Terry Whitman 
Galla Paxton 
Parks Hendry 

Lambda Chi Alpha 

Roy De la Guardio 
William Wallace 
Parker Smith 
John Rankin 

Zeta Beta Tau 

Rick Marcus 
Jim Paradies 
Frank Baer 
Joe Mendelsohn 
Nathan Salky 
John Issacs 

Sigma Nu 

Len Hough 
Alden Pitard 
Harold Hill 
Kent Rigg 
Peter Forgin 
Dick Cancelmo 



Kappa Sigma 

Lucius Johnson 
Phil Robbins 
Ken Fox 
John Heard 
John Bowman 

Pep 

Sol Wachtler 
Ron Levick 
Chuck Hutzler 
Tom Harris 
Michael Laupheimer 
Joe Grossman 

Phi Kappa Sigma 

Ed Mayler 

Clayton Stalworth 
Buddy Day 
Howard Bratches 
Chris Compton 
Joe Eisler 
Bill Mauck 

Sigma Chi 

Upton Beall 
Everett McClintock 
Tom Shepherd 
Alec Thayer 
Peter Carter 



STEVE COCO President 



FRAZIER REAMS Secretary 




Phi Delta Theta 

Bill Whitney 
I. M. Sheffield 
Ed Schaeffer 
Bob Griffith 
Wes Brown 
Jack Kannapel 

Phi Gamma Delta 

Joe Berry 
Mel Hicks 
Fred Hornaday 
Buddy Bray 
Tom Perkins 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon 
Sam Hollis 

Charlie Bradshaw 
Ed Streuli 
Martin Clough 
Bill McClintock 
Tom Maker 

Delta Upsilon 

Fran La Farge 
Pres Browning 
Oliver Carter 
Herb Olsen 



Dick Salmons 
Fred Vinson 
Buddy Stickle 
Gil Gillespie 
Frazier Reams 
Bill Foster 
Opie Hollowell 



Pi Kappa Phi 

Al Terrill 
Bob Glum 
James Turk 
Reid Baker 
Beverley Stephenson 
John Kinkead 



Delta Tau Delta 

Tal Bond 
Jim White 
John Allen 
Jim Gray 
Bob Latimer 
Kerr Spence 




THE DANCES 



THE DANCES IN RETROSPECT 



The Spring Dances of 1950 found the air filled with 
festivity, relaxing weather, and just what one would 
expect for the lazy, spring-time affair in the music of 
Sunny Dunham and his orchestra. The green arbor- 
like effect of the entrance, the eerie atmosphere of the 
dance — all were in perfect accord with the Midsum- 
mer Night's Dream theme of the weekend. Jim Para- 
dies, president of the dance set, and Kit Rittenburg of 
Vassar College led the figure at Friday night's formal. 
Saturday presented the couples with a host of activi- 
ties which included picnics, a crew race, an afternoon 
concert, and a cocktail party. The dance on Saturday 
night gave the weekend its final touch of success and 
informality as the campus saw the close of a long-to- 
be-remembered dance set. 

The end of the school year is always accentuated 
by one of the most enjoyable social events of the 
year. The slow, dreamy, two-step music of Claude 
Thornhill was admirably intermingled with the nos- 
talgic farewells and fond hopes for future success 
which always accompany the Final Dance Set. All 
of the social events of the weekend, from the Phi 
Delt's lime-rickey party through the band concerts, 
were brought to a successful climax by the Final Ball 
which was led by President Rody Davenport and his 
date Miss Betsy Sumner of Vassar College. It was 
truly an event which the departing seniors will long 
remember. 



The social season of 1950-51 was officially opened 
by the Openings Dance Set. All of the color, richness, 
and good times of the Fall Season were incorporated 
in the Thanksgiving Ball theme of the set. The Co- 
tillion Club formal, concert, and all of the other events 
of the' weekend were ably directed by Set President 
Steve Coco, who was accompanied in the Cotillion 
Club figure by Meg Dunbar of Mary Baldwin College. 
Both dances of the weekend, the Sophomore Formal 
and the Cotillion Club Formal, were featured by the 
restrained music of Dean Hudson who put the final 
touches on a remarkable beginning of the year's so- 
cial life. 

With final exams over and all of the worries of the 
preceding semester eliminated, the social season 
slipped into high gear as the 1951 version of Fancy 
Dress got under way. Summing-up some forty-four 
years of experience, this year's Fancy Dress afforded 
everyone the superlative in dance sets. The dress 
figure of Friday night was led by Howard Bratches 
and Pat Kelley of Larchmont, New York. The work 
of President Bratches was exemplary of the finest to 
be expected — from the Spanish Carmen theme to the 
colorful street scene decorations. The music of maestro 
Skitch Henderson added the final touch of superla- 
tives as the students of Washington and Lee saw one 
of the finest and most enjoyable Fancy Dresses of all 
time. 




SPRING DANCES 



1 . Hail to the chiefs . . . 

2. More dancing and less talking. 

3. Sonny Dunham fanfares the Spring. 

4. Catch that guy . . . ! 

5. Take two, they're small. 




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1 . There's beer in the yard. 

2. A Phi Delt lawn party. 

3. A smoky Kappa Sig corner at the Pine Room. 

4. After the dance was over . . . 



SPRING DANCES 




FINAL DANCES 



1 . Senior Class officers and dates. 

2. Promenade of the last mile . . . 

3. "Oh How They Danced." 

4. Early morning shuffle on a clearing floor. 

5. Some people seem to get into every picture 




1 . Khaki is in the Academic line once more. 

2. Sheepskin bound but the world still seems cold. 

3. A motley crew — Leif Anderson at the helm. 

4. Hangover on the lawn. 

5. The last gasp . . . and the closing dance. 



FINAL DANCES 




OPENING DANCES 



1. "High Society." 

2. Steve was blazee. 

3. In some secluded corners. 

4. The maestro, his lady and the Band. 

5. They also serve who only stand and wait. 




1. Sophomore Class President John Bowman and first lady. 

2. This is the eternal cocktail hour. 

3. Crowded floor after the main figure. 

4. What doesn't happen at a dance set . . . 

5. Everybody got in the act. 



OPENING DANCES 




FANCY DRESS 



1. Senor Henderson receiving the inaugural rose. 

2. The crowded arena of the musical "Bull Fight." 

3. Picadors and Piccadillies. 

4. The passing parade. 

5. Sitting pretty. 

6. Right out of the pages of a book! 




1. Cokes all around . . . 

2. Chaperones in conference. 

3. "Lady of Spain, I adore you." 

4. El Kappa Sigma corner. 

5. The crowded streets of Cadiz. 

6. "And so to bed. . ." 



FANCY DRESS 




FANCY DRESS 

1 . Mr. and Mrs. Second Nighter. 

2. Officers, lead Junior Figure. 



2. The flow WAS smooth . . . 

4. Let's smoke this one out. 

5. "The THING" — from across the mountains. 

6. Mr. Figaro and Mr. Aida. 

7. Intermission on the floor. 




1. MacManera's band. 

2. Bonded servant. 

3. Juniors party with a sadistic Sickel. 

4. You're in there somewhere . . . 

5. Our satisfied reader. 



FANCY DRESS 





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ABOUND THE CLOCK SERVICE' 



Thurman and Boone, 



INCORPORATED 



Fine Furnishings for the Home 



CARPETS— DRAPERIES 
INTERIOR DECORATING 



40 South Jefferson Street 
ROANOKE, VIRGINIA 



LYONS TAILORING 
COMPANY 

Tailoring — Cleaning — Pressing 

25 West Washington Street 
LEXINGTON, VIRGINIA 



Compliments of 

A FRIEND 



COMPLIMENTS 

OF 

OAK HALL 

M. ROSENBERG & SONS, INC. 
Roanoke's Pioneer Clothiers, Est. 1889 

Fine Clothing and Furnishings for Men and Boys 

Academic Caps and Gowns . . . Formal Wear 

for Sale and Hire 

Campbell and Jefferson "Center of Roanoke" 
Phone 8837 



COMPLIMENTS 



OF 



A FRIEND 



FOR SUNDAY NIGHT DINNERS 

FOR MEALS WITH YOUR 

VISITING FAMILY AND FRIENDS 

FOR FINE FOOD AND 

SERVICE DELUXE 



STONEWALL JACKSON 
RESTAURANT 




N successfully fulfilling the requirements of trie 
modern College Annual Staff we have combined 
a comprehensive and systematic servicing program 
with that high standard of quality so essential in 
the production of fine yearbooks. Lynchburg 
engraved annuals are built by an organization 
specializing on school annuals exclusively, there- 
by assuring each staff of the personal and in- 
telligent assistance so necessary in the planning 
and designing of a truly satisfactory book. 

LYNCHBURG 
ENGRAVING 
•COMPANY- 

LYNCHBURG • VIRGINIA 



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