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Washington and Lee University 

LLXINGTON. VIRGINIA 
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JOEL S. SNYDER, Jr. 

EDITOR-IN-CHIEF 

JAMES DUNCAN BURN 

BUSINESS MANAGER 




As the spirit of Fancy Dress Ball, embodied 
in this narrative, each year brings happier 
thoughts and the feeling of life's sublimity 
to all men from Washington and Lee, so 
may this record for all time bring back 
memories of the men who contributed to 
the further glory and splendor of the 
University . . . 




uolly by the Students of 
WASHINGTON AND LEE UNIVERSITY 

LEXINGTON, VIRGINIA 



VOLUME XL 














less domain called Washington and Lee with 
its gay song of joyous mirth, its revelations 
of matchless beauty, its disbarment of the 
grudging scales of human happiness, and with 
its warm promise of never-ending friendship, 
the accomplishment of graciousness, and the 
ottoinment of a deeper fulfillment than the 
mere task of living and learning, is dedicated 
this volume of The Calyx . . . 



3n iHemotiam 




Dr. De la Warr Benjamin Easter 

Professor of Romance Languages 

William Thomas Lyie 

Scott Professor of Civil Engineering 

Rev. William McClanahan White 

Trustee 

Joseph George Robinson 

Class of 1934 

Robert Howard Williams 

Class of 1935 

Edward Von Norton Ladd 

Class of 1936 

Bernard Bernstein Lipson 

Class of 1937 



BOOK ONE 

THE UNIVERSITY 



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PORTLY, jolly little professor 
prosaically listed on the faculty rolls 
as Carl E. L. Gill, who was responsible for many later Fancy 
Dress successes, happened to travel in Italy during his sum- 
mer vacation. He gazed at the moon -drenched canals 
of Venice, listened roptly to the haunting melodies of the 
gondoliers as they sang through the marble archways, and 
brought back to Washington and Lee his colorful conception 
of Fancy Dress Bail for 1927— "The Carnival at Venice." For 
one glorious night the romance and the beauty and the tinkling 
imagery that is Venice abounded in miraculously transformed 
Doremus gymnasium. Dark-eyed beauties in filmy lace, swag- 
gering gondoliers, tango dancers. Apaches, Cleopotras, Mark 
Antonys, Italian princes and princesses— oil combined to moke 
the carnival ot Venice on unforgettable event. 



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THE McCORMACK STATUE 




THE CAMPUS 







CARNEGIE LIBRARY 



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VIEW OF THE CAMPUS FROM TUCKER FIALL 



LiyKAKV OF 

WASHINGTON & LEE UNIVERSITY 




COLONNADE 




XEWCOMB HALL 




THE COLLEGE FROM LOWER END OF CAMPUS 




WASHIXGTOX COLLEGE 







MEMORIAL BRIDGE 




To the Students of Washington and Lee: 

Some of you may recall my remark to you on a pleasant April 
morning that I did not know any other group of young men who 
are heirs of a legacy of such distinction. 

In your behalf Washington made his greatest donation, embodying 
his dream for the future of the country he had helped to forge. In 
your behalf Lee labored for memorable years. Into your hands he 
committed his prophecy and his hope. To these illustrious names 
are joined many others of great distinction who toiled elsewhere 
to establish on this campus a concrete evidence of their faith in 
young life. 

It is not merely sentiment which assumes that upon you rests a 
peculiar obligation. Beyond the felicities of personal culture and 
beyond the profits of personal competence, education at \\'ashington 
and Lee implies an acknowledgment of a high trust- 

P 

President. 



1954 



THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES 




George Walker St. Clair 



George Walker St. Clair. 1901 

Tazewell, \'irgiiiia 
Presldciil 

Harrington Waddell, 1915 

Lexington, Virginia 

John W. Davis. 1921 

.New York City, New York 

.■\mes R. Caskie, 1924 

Lynchburg, Virginia 

Dr. George Bolling Lee, 1924 

New York City, New York 

Rev. Walter Lapslev Carson, D.D., 1926 

Richmond, Virgii ' 



Fallard McCormick, 1934 

Chicago, Illinois 



Paul McXeel Penick 

Lexington, Virginia 
Sccrctai-y and Treasurer 

Xewton Diehl Baker, 1928 

Cleveland, Ohio 

WiLLi.vM McChesney Martin, 1928 

St. Louis, Missouri 

Gov. George Cajipeell Peerv, 1929 

Tazewell, Virginia 

Louis Spe.vcer Epes, 

Richmond, Virginia 

Herbert Fitzpatrick, 

eland, Ohio 



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THE ADMINISTRATION 



Francis Pendleton Gaines 

B.A., M.A., Ph.D., Litt.D., LL.D. 

Prrsidi-iit 

Phi Gamma Delta ; Phi Beta Kappa : 
Omicron Delta Kappa ; B.A., Richmond 
University : M.A., University of Chicago ; 
Ph. D., Columbia University ; Litt.D.. 
Duke University; Columbia University; 
LL.D., Furman : Mercer; Wake Forest. 



Robert Henry Tucker 

A.E.. .\.M., I.I..D. 

Dcaii of the Unii crsity 

Kappa Sigma ; Phi Beta Kappa ; Omicron 
Delta Kappa; Pi Gamma Xu ; .A.B., 
A.M., LL.D., William and Mary College ; 
Professor of Economics and Business 
Administration. 



Frank Johnson Gilliam 

A.B. , A.M. 

Dean of Sludcnts 

.Sigma Alpha Epsilon ; Omicron Delta 
Kappa; Sigma L^psilon ; .\.B.. Washing- 
ton and Lee. ipi"; -\.M.. Cjlumbia Uni- 
versity ; Associate Professor of English. 

Paul McNeel Penick 

I.L.B. 

Treasurer of the Uiik'ersity 

LL.B., Washington and Lee. 1896. 

Earl Stansbury Mattingly 

B.A. 

Registrar of the Vnii-crsity 

Phi Deha Theta ; B. A., Washington and 
Lee. 1925. 




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THE LAW SCHOOL 




MoRELAND 

Williams, Johnson 
McDowell. Light 



Founded. iS^i) 
by Judge John /('. Brockcnbrough 

\\'lLLIAM HaY\\OOD MoRELAXD 

LL.B. 

Kappa Alpha ; Phi Delta Phi ; Omicron 

Delta Kappa; Dean of Law School; 

LL.B., Washington and Lee, 1906. 



Clayton Epes Williams 

LL.B. 

Pi Kappa Alpha ; Phi Delta Phi ; Omicron 

Delta Kappa; Professor of Law; LL.B., 

Washington and Lee, 1912. 



Raymon T. Johnson 

A.B.. J.D. 

Pi Kappa Phi ; Phi Alpha Delta ; Omicron 
Delta Kappa ; Tau Kappa Alpha ; Profes- 
sor of Law ; A.B.. University of Ken- 
tucky ; J.D., L'niversity of Chicago. 



Charles Rice McDowell 

A.B., A.M.. LL.B. 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon ; Phi Alpha Delta ; 
Professor of Law ; A.M., Centre College; 
M.A., Columbia University ; LL.B., Yale. 

Charles Porterfield Light 

B..\., M.A., LL.B. 

Sigma Xu ; Phi Delta Phi; .Associate 
Professor of Law ; B.A. and M.A., Vir- 
ginia Military Institute ; LL.B., Harvard 
University. 



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THE APPLIED SCIENCE COLLEGE 



Hexry Donald Campbell 

A.M., Ph.D., Sc.D., LL.D. 
Alpha Tau Omega; Phi Beta Kappa; Omicron 
Delta Kappa; Professor of Geology; A.M.. 
Washington and Lee, 1S82; Ph.D., Washington 
and Lee, 1885; Sc.D., LTniversity of Pittsburg, 
1912; LL.D., Tulane University. 

James Lewis Howe 

A.B., M.A., Ph.D., M.D. 
Delta Kappa Epsilon; Phi Beta Kappa; Omicron 
Delta Kappa; Professor of Chemistry; A.B.. Am- 
herst; ^LA. and Ph.D., Gottingen; 'M.D., Hospi- 
tal of the Medical College, Louisville, Kentucky. 

William Dana Hoyt 

A.B., M.S., Ph.D. 
Chi Psi; Phi Beta Kappa; Tau Kappa Iota; Pro- 
fessor of Biology; A.B.. University of Georgia; 
M.S., University of Georgia; Ph.D., Johns 
Hopkins University. 

Robert William Dickey 

B.S., A.B., M.A., Ph.D. 
Phi Kappa Psi; Phi Beta Kappa; Omicron Delta 
Kappa; Gamma Alpha; American Institute of 
Electrical Engineering; Professor of Physics and 
Electrical Engineering: B.S., Washington and 
Lee, 1910; A.B., Washington and Lee, 1911; 
A.M., Washington and Lee, 1912; Ph.D., Johns 
Hopkins, igi6. 

Lucius Junius Desha 

A"B.. Ph.D. 

Phi Kappa Sigma; Phi Beta Kappa; Omicron 

Delta Kappa; Professor of Chemistry; A.B., 

Washington and Lee, 1906; Ph.D., Johns 

Hopkins University, 1909. 

Hale Houston 

C.E. 

Phi Kappa Psi; American Society of Civil En- 
gineers: S. P. E. E.; Professor of Civil En- 
gineering: C.E., Washington and Lee 
University, 189.'. 

Marcellus Henry Stow 

B.A., M.A., Ph.D. 

Sigma Phi Epsilon; Sigma Chi; Phi Kappa Phi; 

Gamma Sigma Epsilon; Assistant Professor of 

Geology; B.A., M.A., and Ph.D., Cornell 

LTniversity. 

Lemuel Lee Hill 

A.B., M.A. 
Acacia Fraternity; Assistant Professor of Bi- 
ology; A.B., LTniversity of North Carolina; 
il.A., L'niversity of North Carolina. 

Larkin Hundley Farinholt 

B.S., Ph.D. 

Phi Gamma Delta; Omicron Delta Kappa; Tau 

Beta Pi; Assistant Professor of Chemistry; B.S., 

Tohns Hopkins University; Ph.D., O.-cford 

University. 

Donald William Stoner 

B.S. 

Tau Kappa Epsilon; Instructor of Physics; B.S., 

Gettysburg College. 

John Alexander Veech 

Phi Kappa Psi; Instructor of Civil Engineering: 
B.S., Washington and Lee University, 1931. 




Christopher Ernest Barthel. ]r. 

B.S., M.S. 

Signn Chi; Phi Kappa Phi; Mu Sigma Rho: 

Tau Beta Pi: Scabbard and Blade: Instructor of 

Pb%sics: B.S.. and M.S.. Louisiana State 

University. 






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THE COMMERCE SCHOOL 




Lewis Kerr Johnson 

B.S.. M.S. 

Delta Sigma Pi; Assistant Professor of E 
Administration; B.S. in Commerce, University 
of Virginia; M.S., University of Virginia. 



Glover Duxx Hancock 

A.B., A.M., Ph.D. 

Sigma Xu; Phi Beta Kappa: Dean of the School 

of Commerce; A.B., and A.M., William Jewell 

College; Ph.D., University of Wisconsin. 

Robert Henry Tucker 

A.B., A..M., LL.D. 

Kappa Sigma; Phi Beta Kappa; Omicron Delta 
Kappa; Pi Gamma Nu; Dean of the University; 
Professor of Economics and Business Adminis- 
tration; A.B., A.M., LL.D., College of William 
and Mary. 

Rupert Nelson Latture 

A.B., m.a. 

Delta Upsilon; Omicron Delta Kanpa: Phi Beta 

Kappa; Delta Sigma Rho; Alpha Kappa Psi; 

Associate Professor of Political Science and 

Sociology; A.B., Washington and Lee LTniver- 

sity. 1915; A.M., Washington and Lee 

University, 1916. 

William Coan 

A.B., A.M. 

Alpha Kappa Psi; Professor of Accounting; 

A B., Palmer School; A.M., Whitman College; 

A.M., Columbia University. 

Edwin Henry Howard 

B.S., M.S. 

Delta Upsilon; Phi Beta Kappa; Alpha Kappa 

Psi; Assistant Professor of Accounting; B.S., 

Washington and Lee University, IQ24; M.S., 

Washington and Lee LTniversity. 

Merton Ogden Phillips 

A.B., M.A. 
Delta Kappa Epsilon; Phi Beta Kappa; Assis- 
tant Professor of Economics and Commerce; 
A.B., Miami University; M.A., University of 
North Carolina. 

John Higgins Williams 
A.B.. a.m. 

Kappa Alpha; Omicron Delta Kappa; Sigma 
Upsilon; Assistant Professor of Political Sci- 
ence; A.B., Washington and Lee University, 
1924; A.M., Washington and Lee University, 
1925- 

Fletcher James Barnes, H 

A.B., A.M. 

Sigma Phi Epsilon; Omicron Delta Kappa; Phi 
Kappa Phi; Kappa Phi Gamma; Kappa Delta 
Pi- Sigma Upsilon; Phi Delta Gamma; Instruc- 
tor in Political Science; A.B. and A.M., College 
of William and Mary. 

Donald Fraser Martin 

A.B., M.A. 

Phi Kappa Sigma; Delta Sigma Pi; Instructor 

in Economics; A.B., Davidson College; M.A., 

L'niversity of North Carolina. 









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THE COLLEGE 



Robert Henry Tucker 

A.B., A.M., LL.D. 

Kappa Sigma: Phi Beta Kappa; Omicrnii Delta 
Kappa; Pi Gamma Nu; Dean of the University; 
Professor of Economics and Business Adminis- 
tration; A.B., A.M., LL.D., College of William 
and Mary. 

Thomas James Farrar 

A.B., .\LA., Ph.D. 

Delta Tau Delta; Professor of German; A.B., 

Washington and Lee University, 1895; M.A., 

Washington and Lee University, 1898; Ph.D., 

Washington and Lee University. 

Livingston Waddell Smith 

A.B., M.A., Ph.D. 

Phi Kappa Psi; Phi Beta Kappa; Sicicly Adv. 
of Science; American Mathematics Association; 
Professor of Mathematics; A.B., W^ashington 
and Lee University, 1896; M.A., Washington 
and Lee University; 1897; Ph.D., Washington 
and Lee University. 

Edgar Finley Shannon 

A.B.. A.M., Ph.D. 
Delta Kappa Epsilon: Omicron Delta Kappa; 
Modern Language Association; Mediaeval Acad- 
emy Association of America; Professor of Eng- 
lish; A.B., Centre College; A.JL, Harvard Uni- 
versity; Ph.D., Harvard University. 

John Alexander Graham 

B.A., M.A. 
Kappa Alpha; Omicron Delta Kappa; Phi Beta 
Kappa; Associate Professor of Romance Lan- 
guages: B.A., Washington and Lee L^niversitv, 
1914; M.A., Harvard University. 

James Strong Moffatt, Jr. 

A.B., A.M., Ph.D. 
Sigma Phi Epsilon; Association of American 
University Professors; Associate Professor of 
English; A.B., Erskine College; A.M., Princeton 
University; Ph.D., University of North Carolina. 

Earl Kerr Paxton, Jr. 

A.B., A.M. 

Pi Kappa Phi; Kappa Theta Kappa; Associate 

Professor of Mathematics; A.B., Washington 

and Lee University, 1908; M.A., Washington 

and Lee University, 1909; M.A., Columbia 

University. 

William Gleason Bean 

A.B., A.JL, Ph.D. 
Phi Gamma Delta; Phi Beta Kappa; Sigma Up- 
Professor of History; A.B., L^niversity of 
A.M., Harvard University; Ph.D., 



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Walter Abraham Flick 

A.B., M.A., Ph.D. 
Kappa Phi Ka|)pa; Phi Delta Kappa: Phi Gat 
ma Mu; Psi Chi; Associate Professor of Ps 
chology and Education; A.B.. Bridgewat 
College; M.A., Washington and Lee Universif 
Ph.D., Ohio State Ur 




William Wilson ^Iorton 

.\.B., B,D. 

Phi Beta Kappa: Professor of Philosophy; A.B., 

Davidson College: B.D., Union Theological 

Seminary. 






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THE COLLEGE (Continued: 




Ollinger Crenshaw 

A.B., A.M. 

Phi Gamma Delta; Phi Beta Kappa; Sigma Up- 

silon; Assistant Professor of History; A.B. and 

A.M., Washington and Lee Un' 



Leoxard Clinton Helderman 

A.B., A.M., Ph.D. 

Phi Beta Ka].pa; Associate Professor of Hi: 

tory: A.B., Indiana State College; A.M., Un 

versity of Wisconsin; Ph.D., University of 

Wi 



Fitzgerald Flournoy 

B.A., M.A. 
Phi Kappa Psi; Phi Beta Kappa; Omicron Delta 
Kappa; Delta Sigma Pi; Sigma Upsilon; Asso- 
ciate Professor of English; B.A. and M.A., 
Washington and Lee L^niversity; B.A. and 
M.A., Oxford University. 

Lawrence Edward Watkin 

A.B., M.A. 

Sigma Alpha; Assistant Professor of English; 

A.B., Syracuse University; M.A., Harvard 

University. 

Frank Johnson Gilliam 
A.B., a.m. 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Omicron Delta Kappa; 
Sigma Upsilon; Dean of Students; Associate 
Professor of English; A.B., Washington and Lee 
L'niversity, 1917; A.^L, Columbia University. 

Henry Vogel Shelly 

A.B., A..M., Ph.D. 
Sphinx (Lafayette) ; Professor of Ancient Lan- 
guages; A.B., Columbia L'niversity; A.M., and 
Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania. 

Boyd Ross Ewing 

A.B., A.M., M.A.. Ph.D. 
Assistant Professor of Romance Languages; 
A.B., and M.A., Lehigh University; A.iL, 
Princeton University; Ph.D., Cornell University. 

ROYLAND JMaSON MyERS 
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Phi Sigma Kappa; Mod 
tion of America; Assistan. _ 

Languages; L'niversitv of N . 

B.S., Dartmouth; Ph.D., Joh 
l'niversity. 



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istant Professor of R 



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Allen Wesley Moger 

B.A. 

Phi Beta Kappa; Tau Kappa Alpha; Instructor 

of History; B.A., Randolph-Macon College. 

William Miller Hinton 

A.B., M.A. 

Kappa Alpha; Kappa Phi Kappa; Phi Delta 

Kappa; Psi Chi; Instructor of Psychology and 

Education; A.B. and JI.A., Washington and 

Lee L'niversity. 

George Junkin Irwin 

A.B. 
Phi Gamma Delta; Assistant Professor of Ro- 
mance Languages; A.B., Washington and Lee 
University. 19.-0. 

Robert ^^'INTER Royston 

A.B., -M.A. 
Kappa Phi Kappa; Assistant Professor of Mathe- 
matics; A.B., Washington and Lee L^niversity, 
1923; M.A., Washington and Lee University. 



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THE DEPARTMENT OF JOURNALISM 



William Latta Mapel 

B.J. 

Phi Gamma Delta; Sigma Delta Chi; 

Kappa Tau Alpha ; Pi Delta Epsilon ; 

Director of Journalism ; B.J., University 

of Missouri. 

Oscar W. Riegel 

B.A., M..\. 

Sigma Delta Chi ; Pi Delta Epsilon ; 
Assistant Professor of Journalism ; B.A., 
University of Wisconsin ; M.A., Col- 
umbia University. 

C. Harold Lauck 



Sigma Delta Chi ; Member of the .Amer- 
ican Institute of Graphic Arts ; Labora- 
tory Instructor in Journalism ; .\.B., 
Roanoke College- 



DEPARTMENT OF 
PHYSICAL EDUCATION 

Forrest Fletcher 



Omicron Delta Kappa ; Director of the 

Department of Physical Education ; E.E., 

Xotre Dame University. 

Edwix Parker Twombly 

B.P.E. 

Delta Upsilon ; Assistant Professor of 

Physical Education; B.P.E., Springfield 

College 

Archibald E. Mathis 



Assistant Professor of Physical Educa- 
tion ; B.S., University of Illinois. 





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Cv Youxr, 

THE ALUMNI ASSOCIATION 

Officers 
Walter Andrew McDonald. 1910 Harry K. Young, 1917 

Preside II I Secretary 

Cincinnati, Ohio Lexington, Virginia 

The Alu-MM Board 
DoziER Devane, 1908, Washington, D. C. 
J. Randolph Tucker, 1900, Richmond, Virginia 
Dr. J. W. Claudy. igog, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 
Edward W. Lee. 1913, New York City, New York 
Stuart Moore, 1915, Lexington, Virginia 
Hfrrkrt Grant jAiiNCKy:. 1030, Xew Orleans. Louisiana 




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BOOK TWO- 

CLASSES 




MARDI GRAS 

kLL the warm and languorous spirit of the Old South, 
the carefree beauty, the responsive chivalry, the lazy 
geniality, and the impulsive grace, characterized the 
"Mardi Gras" that was the Foncy Dress Ball of 1920. 
Old Virginia and Old Mississippi joined in revelry once 
more to the lilting swing of strumming banjos and haunt- 
ing plantation music, while Kentucky colonels with sweep- 
ing mustoches and tailcoats, soft-eyed maidens in 
crinoline and hoops, trim, dashing Gaylord Ravenals, and 
grey-haired, soft-voiced darkies marched arm in arm to 
toast the still-glowing spirit of joyous youth and gracious 
age that was never lost in the Old South. . 




NEWCOMB HALL 



THE STUDENT BODY 




FixKLESTEix Grafton 

Officers 

Sherwood Willing Wise President 

Eli Fi.vklesteix J'icc-President 

Richard Walter Gr.\ftox Sccrctai-y-Tn\isiirer 



1954 



THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 

Officers 

Sherwood Willing Wise President 

Eli Fi.vklesteix J'icc-Prcsidcnt 

Edward Powers Mincher Secretary 

Richard Walters Grafton Treasurer 

]\Iembers 

Robert D arias Bailey, Jr Senior Law 

Everett Tucker, Jr Scnior-at-Largc 

Joseph Walker. Jr Scnior-at-Large 

John Meredith Graham, Jr Intermediate Law 

Edwin Henkel Pewett Publication Board 

Stanley Carmen Higgins. Jr Junior Academic 

Hugo Joseph Bon i no Sophomore Academic 

Harold W'aid Cochran, Jr Freshman Academic 






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THE SENIORS 



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President Walter Calkins Cremin 

Viee-President Lavxe HALDE^L^^■ Ford 

Secretary-Treasurer Henry West Bl'tler 

E.reeutk-e Cominitteeinan Robert Dartas Bailev, Jr. 

Historian Albert Meints Fowler 



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Robert Darias Bailey, Jr. 

PIXEVILLE, WEST VIRGINIA 
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Executive Committee, Senior Law. 



Thomas Dunaway Anderson 



HOUSTON. TEXAS 



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Cai.yx Staff, I, 2, 3, 4; Managing Editor 
of Calyx. 4; Vice-President Intermediate 
Law; Glee Club, r, 2, 3, 4 ; Band, i, 2, 3, 4; 
, Fancy Dress Figure, 4. 




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Winston William Brown 

SHREVEPOKT, LOUISIANA 
: X, "Ij" Club, Cotillion Club 

Troubadours ; Sophomore ESaseball Mana- 
ger : Secretary-Treasurer Cotillion Club. 3 ; 
President Cotillion Club. 4. 





Henry West Butler 

SUFFOLK. VIRCIXTA 
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Cornelius Henry Cohen 



\UGCSTA, GEORGIA 



President Junior Law Class ; Swimming, 

^. 3. 4; Captain. 4; Golf, 2, 3, 4: Captain, 

3, 4; Secretary-Treasurer Intcrfraternity 

Council, 4. 



Walter Calkins Cremin 

TULSA, OKLAHOMA 
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President Senior Law Class; Secretary- 
Treasurer Intermediate Law Class ; Inter- 
fraternity Council; Football, i, 2; Baseball, 
I, 2, 3; Intramural Wrestling Champion, 
165 pounds; Monogram Club: Vice-Presi- 
dent Junior Law Class. 




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Layne Haldeman Ford 

GRAFTON. WEST VIRGINIA 
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Graham-Lee Society, i, 2, 3; Vice-President, 
2 : University Debating, 2, 3 : \^ice-Presi- 
dcnt Senior Law Class; Inter-Collegiate 
Debating Team, 3: International Relations 
Clnb; A. B., Davis and Elkins. 








Albert Meints Fowler 

EAST ST. LorlS, ILLINOIS 
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Henry Taylor Jones 

JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 
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Spanish Scholarship, 2: Davidson Scholar- 
ship, 3: President Intermediate Law 
Class. 4. 



Francis Moss Hoge 

MARION. VIRGINIA 
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A. B., Davidson. 




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CLIFTOX. XEW JERSEY 




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XORIOLK. VIRGIXIA 
K A. 'I' A + 

President Phi FJelta Phi. 4 : Delegate Inter- 
national Convention. 4 ; \'irginia Bar, 4 : 
Transfer from \\ illiam and Marv College 



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Carl Bfiannon Vickers 

MONTGOMERY. WEST VIRGINIA 

A X A. (1 A K. * A •!', :S. X T 6, 
White Fiars. T K I 

Vice-President Student Body, 5 ; Vice-Pres- 
ident Finals, 4 ; President Sophomore Class ; 
Freshman Council; Track, i, 2; Executive 
Committee, 5 ; Senior Award, 5 ; Fancy 
Dress Committee, 3. 



Reed Gantt McDougall 

NEW YORK, NEW YORK 
A T, il> A A 

Latin Scholarship, 2. 




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Sherwood Willing Wise 

HAZELHURST. MISSISSIPPI 
K Z, IK. -^, ■t S <t. Cotillion Club 

Troubadnurs. i : Glee Club. 2. 3 ; Mono- 
gram Club : Wrestling Manager. 4 ; Ex- 
ecutive Committeeman, 5 ; Interfraternity 
Council, 5 ; Finals Week Committee, S ; 
President Student Bodv, 6. 





Clarence Senter Worrell 

PIXEVILLE, WEST VIRGINIA 
2 N. * ^ * 



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SENIOR LAW 

Thornton Granville Berry. Jr., <t> K ^ Charleston, West Virginia 

W'lLLLAM AIoNTCtOMERY BuRDETTE, Jr RoaHoke. Virginia 

W'lLi JAM Patrick Coleman Collierstown, Virginia 

Garlie Albert Forehand Goldsljoro, North Carolina 

Edward Rodney AIassie, Jr.. K A Clifton Forge, Virginia 

Belnard Rlxker Prichard Wayne, Virginia 

George Alexander Pruner, A X A Lebanon, X'irginia 



BAR! 

ME^^IBERS WHO HAVE PASSED THE VIRGINIA STATE BAR, 1933 
Thomas D. Anderson 
Henry West Butler 
Albert M. Fowler 
H. Tay'lor Jones 
Sidney H. Kelsey 

NORTH CAROLINA STATE BAR 
Garlie Albert Forehand 






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MASTER OF ARTS 



Henry Kellogg Doane 

HOLLISTON, MASSACHUSETTS 

A T 0, Cotillion Club, 2 T, X r e 

Glee Club, i, 2; President, 2; Swimming, 
2; Honor Roll; President Sigma Upsilon, 
2 ; A. B., Washington and Lee University. 



Claude Andrews LaVarre 

WASHINGTON, D. C, 

A T J, * B K, "is" Club, Cotillion Club, 
White Friars, i) T 

Glee Club, I, 2, 3, 4, 5; President, 3; Busi- 
ness Manager, 5 ; Ring-tuni Phi, 2, 3 ; 
Southern Collegian, 4; Troubadours, 3, 4, 
5 ; Mapleson Scholarship, 5 ; A. B., Wash- 
ington and Lee University. 




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Franze Edward Lund, Jr. 

LEXIXGTOX, VIRGINIA 
-i T, ■!' B K. K '[■ K, T K I 



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Mapleson Scholarship. 













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JIILL HAI.L. PENNSYLVANIA 
K i:. K <f. K 

Secretary-Treasurer. Kappa Phi Kappa. 4. 

5; Baseball, i, 2. 3, 4: Monogram Club; 

A. B.. Washington and Lee LIniversitv. 



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James Edwin Belser, Jr. 

COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA 

* 1 S. i' A •)■ 

^"i^e-Prcsi(leI]t Jiiiiinr Law, 4. 



William Wallace Barron 

BALTIMORE. MARYLAND 
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James Allen Black 

MF.VERSDALE, PEXXSVLVAMA 
n K A. 4> B K. r T 

Glee Clulj, I. 2. 





Thomasson Michael Boland 

CHARLESTON', WEST VIKCIXIA 
* K 1. 11 A K. 1 

Football, I, 2. 3, 4: Secretary-Treasarer 
Athletic Council, 4. 



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Caryl Olin Brownell 

GREENWICH, NEW YORK 

Episcopal Club. 3. 4 ; Internatiiinal Rela- 
tions Club. 3. 4. 



Amos Alonzo Bolen 

ASHLAND. KENTUCKY 

A T 0, * B K. ^ K, n A N, T K I 

President Athletic Council. 4 : President of 
Freshman Council. 4 : President of Mono- 
gram Club; Interfraternity Scholarship, 4; 
Football. I. 2. 3. 4: Captain and All-South- 
ern. 4: Wrestling, i. 2. 3. 




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John Walters Dexter 

ARDMORE, OKLAHOMA 
Ben, Cotillion Club, II ,i E 

Rhig-tuin Phi. i. 2. 3; Assistant Editor, 3. 








James Duncan Burn 

BIRltlXGHAM, ALABAMA 
A T o. Cotillion Clob, H A E 

Calyx, i, 2, 3, 4; Business Manager, 4; 
Ring-tuni Phi. i, 2, 3: Secretary Publica- 
tion Board, 4; Swimming, i, 2; John H. 
Hamilton Scholarship, 2 ; History Scholar- 
ship, 4. 



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Samuel Lake Clark 



CASS, WEST VIKGIXIA 



Wrestling, i, 2; Ring-turn Plii. I; Sopho- 
more Baseball Manager ; Intramural Wrest- 
ling Champion, 2: Interfraternity Coun- 
cil. 5- 



Edward W. Chappell, Jr. 

URBAXNA. VIRGINIA 
n K A. "u" Club, White Friars 

Calyx, i. 2. 3; University Editor. 2; As- 
sistant Editor. 3; Troubadours, i, 2: Prop- 
erty Manager, 2. 




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Thomas Luther Coley, Jr. 



BETHAVRf:S. PEN X S VLVAXI A 



Troubadours, 3, 4; Southern Collegian. 3, 

4 : Journalism Scholarship ; Transfer from 

University of Pennsylvania. 








Harry Franklin Dams 

JOHN- STOW X, PEXXSVLVAXIA 

i: * E 
Southern Collegian. I, 2; Rifle Club, 4. 



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Arnold Silvio Dallava 



PITTSFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS 



Secretarv'-Treasurer Senior Academic 
Class. 



Alfred George Dennison 



GOLDSBORO, MARYLAND 
A X P, Wliite Friars. I Ji X 

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Robert Campbell Dyer 

CHICAGO. ILLINOIS 
-i T. M T n 

Glee Club, I. 2, 3; Freshman Council, 2; 

Freshman Wrestling Team : Cross 

Country. 3. 








Harry Lee Eichelberger, Jr. 

KELLER. VIRGINIA 
ATA 

C.\LVX Business Staff, i, 2, 3. 4 ; President 
of Senior Class: Troubadours, I. 



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William Archibald Fairlie, Jr. 



HATBORO. PEXXSVI.VAXIA 



Football. I ; Track, i ; Harry Lee Crew, ; 
Southern Collegian. I: Rifle Club, 4. 



William Gilbert Faulk 

MOXROK, LOriSIAXA 

ri K A, Cotillion Club 

Football, I. 




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KNOXVtLLE. TENNESSEE 
2 A E 

Transfer from University of Tennessee. 




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DANVILLE, \lkGINL\ 

7. B T, ^ A X 

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LYNCHBURG. VIRGINIA 
A T X Cotillion Club 



Alan Seymour Goldstein 

INDIAXAPOLIS. INDIANA 
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William Russell Guggenheim 

DEVOX. COXXKCTICUT 





Arthur Talmage Gunn, Jr. 

DANVILLE, VIRGINIA 
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Henry Lippincott Haines 

AUDUBOX. NEW JERSEY 

A T, X r e, T K I 

Crew. I. 2. 3. 4; Captain Albert-Sidney 3; 

President Senior Science Class ; President 

Tau Kappa Iota. 3: Swimming, i. 



John Summers Haines 

AUDUBON, NEW JERSEY 
A T, II A N. X r e. T K I 

President Tau Kappa Iota. 4; Crew. i. 2. 
3, 4; Captain Harrj' Lee. 4; Track, i. 




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John Alexander Hanlev 

WASHINCTnX. I). C. 

+ r -i. O ^ K, Z. "13" Club, Cotillion Club, 
White Friars 

Football, I, 2, 3. 4; Track. I. 3, 4; Secre- 
tary-Treasurer Athletic Council ; Secretary- 
Treasurer Monogram Club. 





Lewis Eugene Hardwick 

W I.VCHESTER. KEXTfCKV 
* -i 9, * B K. White Friars 






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Milton Lanier Harris 

TUNICA. MISSISSIPPI 

K .\, White Fri.iis 

Alternate Manager Football, 2. 



Bernard Griffith Harless 

CLIFTOX FORGE, VIRCIXIA 

A X P 

German Scholarship, 3: Tennis Team, 1,2.3. 




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Claude Harrison, Jr. 

BEDFORD, VIRGINIA 

B e n, r _\ X 

Ring-tiim Phi. i; Glee Club, i, 2; Band, 

I, 2. 3, 4; Troubadours, 4: Graham-Lee 

Literary Society. 





Henry Ernest Harwell 

NORFOLK, VIRGINI.\ 
A T Q 

International Relations Club ; Wrestling, i. 



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Walter Christian Johnston 



RICHiMUNU, VIRGINIA 
1 A X 



Soiitlicni Collegia)!. I. 2, 3, 4; Kiny-th 
I'lii. 4; Troubadours, i. 2. 3. 4. 



William E. Hutchings, Jr. 

LOUISVILLE. KEXTUCKV 
.]■ K +. ® 

Custis-Lee Engineering Society, i. 2; 
Swimming. 3 ; Track, 4. 




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Maury Alexander Jones 

KIRKWOUD, MISSOUUI 

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Commerce Club, 4; Swimming, 4. 





Irvin Karlin 

NEW YORK, iVEW VOKK 
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Alfred Philip Lowy 

MILWAUKEE. WISCOXSIX 
Z B T 

Troubadours, i : Southern Collegian, I. 2, 
3: \'ice-President Iiiterfraternity Council. 4. 



Donald Stuart Le\inson 

BALTIMORE. ^L\RVLAX^ 

Z B T 

Swimming, i: Ring-tnm Phi. 2. 3; Adver- 
tising Manager, 2 : Band ; Tennis. 2, 3. 




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James Dixon McCully 

LOGAN SPORT, INDIANA 

:: A E. "13" Club, White Friars 

Ring-luin Phi. i, 2, 3. 4 ; Business Manager, 
4; Vice-President Fancy Dress, 4; Man- 
ager Wrestling, 4: Business Manager 
Freshman Handbook, 3; University Publi- 
cation Board. 4 : President "13" Club, 4. 





John Neilson McNeill 

BROOKLYN, NEW VORK 
A T Q 

Manager Swimming, 4. 






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Foster McCrum Palmer 

CHICAGO. ILLINOIS 
■l' H K 

Ring-tnm Phi. 4. 



William Joseph Moran, Jr. 

A.MITYVILLE. XEW YORK 
II K ■!•. \ r H 

Secretary-Treasurer Chi Gamma Tlieta, 4. 




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Francis Landey Patton 

LEESBURC, VIRCIXIA 
A X A, White Friars, D T. A i; 



Senior Manager t-'nntl.iall ; Cross-Country 
I : President Freshman Law. 





Edwin Henkel Pewett 

JOXESBORO. ARKANSAS 

Ben, ■■13- Club, n A E 

Calyx, i, 2: Ring-turn Phi. i, 2; Bnsiness 
Manager, 3 : Publication Board, ,? ; Treas- 
urer. 4; Executive Committee, 4; Dance 
Control C'lnimittee. 4. 



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Herbert Rudlin 

RICHMOND. VIRGINIA 

* E n. r _i X, A 1 

Graham-Lee. i. 2, 3 ; President. 3 ; Manager 
\'arsity Tennis. 3; Ring-turn Phi. i, 2. 3, 
4 : Feature Editor, 2 ; Managing Editor. 
3: Soiillwni Collegian, i. 2; Associate Edi- 
tor. 2 : University X'ews Bureau, 3. 4 : 
Literary Editor Calyx, 4. 



William H. Robinson 

MOXOXG A HEL A. PE.V .V S VLVA XI A 
Coniniercc Club. 




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Frederick Newman Sager 

DAXVILI.E, VIRGINIA 
* K :;, ®, White Friars 





Clifford Anderson Sauerbrun 

ELIZABETH. NEW JERSEY 

:s N. K * K 

Baseball, i. 2. 3, 4 ; Co-Captain Baseball. 4: 

Basketball, i. 2, 3; M.niogram Club. 2. 3. 

4; Education Scbolarship. 4 






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Philip Jerome Seraphine 

PORT WASHIXGTOX. XEW YORK 
r X, 1 ^ \ 

l-"iiiance Coinmittcc Junior Prom: Boxing, 

I. 2. 3: Secretary Sigma Delta Chi, 4; 

Monogram Club. 



John Richard Saunders 

PEXSACOL.\, FLORlriA 
•1' r X K .|' K 

Glee Clnb, 2. 3 : \'ice-President Senior 
Class, 5: Fancy Dress Figure, 5; Inter- 
fraternity Council, 5. 




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Wallace Bacon Sheffield 

OTOWI, NEW MEXICO 

* K 2 
Commerce Club, 4. 





Joel Spurgeon Snyder, Jr. 

I AVETTE\ ILI.E, NORTH CAROLINA 

* K :;, @, n A N, n A E 

Calyx, i. 2, 3. 4. 5: Editor-in-Chief. 5; 
Assistant Editor. 4: Associate Editor. 3; 
Sports Editor. 2: Baseball, i. 2: Basket- 
ball, I ; Tennis, i, 2, 3, 4: Intramural Hand- 
ball Champion, 3, 4: Ring-turn Phi, I. 2; 
Sports Editor, 2 : Publication Board, 5. 






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John Herman Thomas 

CHARLESTON'. WEST VIRGINIA 

* K ::. ::, Coiiiiion ciui) 



Boxing, 3 : Assistant Football Manager, 3 ; 
Monogram Club. 



Bernard U. Steinberg 

EAST ORANX.E, NEW JERSEY 
■^ E II. T K I 

.\lunini Scholarsbip. i : Intertraternity 
Council. 4: Intramural Board, 4; Basket- 
ball. I, 2. 3. 4; Baseball, i, 2. 3, 4: Football, 
I : Harry Lee Crew, 3, 4 ; Monogram Club ; 
Secretary-Treasurer Tau Kappa Iota, 4. 




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Victor Franklin Tucker 



GERMAXTOWX. PKXXSVI.VAX t A 



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Interfraternity Council : Episcopal Club ; 
Soiitlwni Collegian, i. 2. 3: Business Man- 
ager. 3 ; Publication Board President, 4 : 
Christian Work Council ; Editor Freshman 
Handbook, 2 ; Freshman Camp Councilor, 
2, 3: Boxing, I, 2, 3. 





Joseph Walker, Jr. 

COLUMBIA. SOUTH CAROLINA 
* -i e, A K, "u" Club, Cotillion Club, II A N 

Troubadours, i. 2. 3 ; \'ice-President, 4 ; 

Business Manager, 3 : Secretary-Treasurer 

Pi Alpha Xu : ^\'restling. 2; \'ice-President 

Finals. 4; Intcrfraternitv Council. 4- 



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Henry Waller, Jr. 

PORTLAND, OREGON 

i e n, Cotillion Club. White Friars 

Ring-turn Phi, I. 



Lee Fairfax Washington, Jr. 

ATLANTIC SITY, NEW JERSEY 




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Thomas S. Wheelwright, Jr. 

BUCKHEAD SPRINGS, VIRGINIA 

A X p, :: A X 

Southern Collegian, I, 2. 3; Ring-fiini Phi; 
Interfraternity Council. 








Manning Holland Williams 

ROMNEY, WEST VIRGINIA 

K A, * B K, :: T, i; A X. n a n 
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Frank John Young 

BROOKLYN'. NEW YORK 

. A T o, o .i K. "ij" Club. White Friars, 
i; -i X, II Ji E 

Calyx. 2, 3; Troubadours, i; Crew, i, 2; 

Ring-tiiin Phi. i, 2. 3: Editor, 4; Assistant 

Editor. 3 : Boxing Manager. 



Peyton Brown Winfree, Jr. 

LYXCHBVRG. VIRCIXI.\ 

K r, r. Cotillion Club. It A X, I A X 

Truubadoiirs Business Manager, 3; Presi- 
dent of Intertraternity Council. 4. 




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J'icc-Prcsidcnt Rugelev Pierson De\'ax, Jr. 

Sccrclarv-Treasurcr Richard Walter Grafton 

E.vcnilizc Connnittecmaii at Large Everett Tucker, Jr. 

Historian \Villl\m SEE^^AN• Sterx 



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Bernard Elliot Brennan 

ROCKVILLE CENTER. NEW VORK 
A T 0. Cotillion Club, ® 

Ciew. I. 2, .s ; Wrestling:, I. 2. 



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Henry Edward Allen 

BETHESDA, MAEVLAXLl 

2 * E 
Commerce Club. 3. 4. 




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Lawrence Russell Chase 



WASHINGTON, D. C. 



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Harry Lee Crew, i ; Head Cheer Leader, 

3; Commerce Club, 4; Soiitlicni Collegian, 

I. 2. 





Kenneth Reese Cole 



PUNXSCTAWNEY, PEN X SVLVAXIA 



Interfraternity Council, 4; President Soph- 
omore Class: Conmierce Club. 3, 4; Foot- 
ball, I ; Track, i. 



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Walter James Dixon 

SOMERSET. PENXSVLVANIA 



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joxing, I. 



RUGELEY PlERSON DeVaN, Jr. 

CHARLESTON. WEST VIRGIXIA 

<]• K r, * B K, White Friars. B T I 

Commerce Club. 3. 4; President. 4; Ring- 
luin Phi, I : \'ice-President Senior Com- 
merce ; Commerce Departmental Scholar- 
ship ; Monogram Club: Wrestling, i. 2, 3, 
4; Football. I. 




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Daniel Terrill Dunn 

RICHMOND, KE.NTUCKV 





Holmes Murphy Dyer 

FREEHOLD, NEW JERSEY 
n K •!<. White Friars 

Manager Tennis, 4; Swimming, i. 



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Richard Walter Grafton 

TRENTOX. NEW JERSEY 

Commerce Club, 3. 4 : Secretary, 4 ; Secre- 
tary-Treasurer Senior Commerce Class ; 
Dance Control Committee. 4: Secretary- 
Treasurer Student Body, 4. 



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Samuel M. Greenwood, III 

COATESVILLE, PENNSYLVANIA 

Commerce Club, 3, 4. 




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John Withnell Hager 

ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI 
S A E 

Albert Sidney Crew, 2, 3, 4 ; President of 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon, 4. 





Hudson Clark Hall 

HUBBARD, OHIO 
A T !) 

Interfraternity Council, 4; Football, 2, 3, 4. 



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Norman Harold Hatten 

(JUI.FPORT, MISSISSIPPI 
i: N, White Fnars 

Hand, i. 



Fred Hadley Hamilton, Jr. 

JOXESBOKO. AKKAXSAS 

:; N, * B K, K r i:, CotiiUon ciub 
Commerce Clul), 3, 4. 




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Harry Oli\er Hazell 

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 

:; \, "13" Club, ri A N 

Commerce Club. 3, 4: Monogram Club. 
3, 4; Track, i. 2. 3. 4 ; Captain, 4. 





LeRov Hodges, Jr. 

RICHMOND. VIRGINI,\ 

n K A, A K. n A N 

Executive Ctmimittee. I ; President Senior 
Commerce Class ; Commerce Cluli : Track. 
2. 3, 4; \\"restling, 2, 3. 4; Monogram Cluli ; 
Intramural Board. 4; Intramural Champion- 
ship Cup Winner. 3 ; Finals Week Commit- 
tee. 4; Leader of Senior Ball. 4; Apostle's 
Club. 



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Louis P. Lubrecht 

LOCK HAVEN . PEN N SYLVANIA 

A X A 

Track, i, 2. 



William Ernst Kliefoth 

ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI 
1 A E. n A N 

Commerce Club, 3, 4 ; Harry Lee Crew, 
2, 3: Football, i: Track, i. 




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Lewis W. Martin 

RICHMOXD, VIRGINIA 
K Z, Cotillion Clul), ^ 

Vice-President of Athletic Council. 4; 

Football. I. 2, 3, 4; Boxing, i. 2. 3. 4; 

Track, i. 2: Finalist 175 Pounds Southern 

Conference. Boxing Tournament, 4. 




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Harvey Pride 

DECATUR. ALABAMA 
K I, -i K. Z. -'u" Club, White Friars 

Executive Committee. 3: Vice-President 

Athletic Council. 4; Football, i, 2. 3, 4; 

Monogram Club. 






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Robert Beardsley Safford 

WEST HARTFORD, COXNECTICUT 

* K *, Cotillion Clul), n A N, A S 

Troubadours, i, 2; Band Manager. 



Charles Austin Pritchard 

nURBIN, WEST VIRGINIA 
n K A, CI A K. i:. White Friars 

President of Finals, 4 : Executive Commit- 
tee, 3; Ring-turn Phi, i, 2, 3: Circulation 
Manager, 2, 3 ; Cominerce Club : Foreign 
Relations Club: Wrestling, i, 2, 3. 4; Co- 
Captain, 4 ; Southern Conference Chatnpion 
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William R. Schildknecht 

FREDERICK, MARYLAND 

* B K, B r r 

Luther Seevers Birely Scholarship, 3. 4 ; 
Commerce Club. 3. 4 : \'ice-President Com- 
merce Club. 4 : Dance Control Committee ; 
Finals Week Committee, 4 ; Honor Roll. 





Howard Morgan Shaw 

SCRANTON, PEXNSYLVAXIA 

:; * E 

Ring-tiint Phi, i. 2, 3; Managing Editor, 
3 : Commerce Club, 3, 4. 



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TERRACE PARK. OHIO 
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Commerce Club, 3, 4 : Glee Club, 3 ; Band, 
3. 4 : Cross Country, i. 2, 3 : Track, 3, 4. 



Robert Bruce Shively 

CHAMBERSBURG, PENNSYLVANIA 

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Commerce Club: Monogram Club; Crew, 
I ; Wrestling, 4. 




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William S. Stern 

NEW YORK, NEW YORK 

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Commerce Club; Junior Prom Committee; 
Swimming, l. 2; Tennis, 2, 3; Cross Coun- 
try, I ; Track, i. 








Beverly Dancy Summerson 

GREAT NECK, NEW YORK 
A X P, A 1; 

Commerce Club; Accounting Scholarship. 



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Arthur C. Tonsmeire, Jr. 



MOP.II.E. ALABAMA 



Commerce Club: Calyx Business Staff. 4; 
Assistant Business Manager Soullicrn Col- 
legian, 4; Track, i. 



Alexander C. Thompson 

ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI 

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TUCKER, ARKANSAS 
'^ K r, A K, 1. -li' Club, Cotillion CU.b 

Executive Committee, 4: Baseball Manager, 

4 ; Intramural Board, 3 : Commerce Club, 

4 ; Finals Week Committee, 4. 








Robert Knapp Turney 



STRATFORD, CuX XECTICLT 



Intramural Tennis Doubles Champion, 3 : 
Commerce Club: Transfer from Connecti- 
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Donald Reiter Wallis 

BEDFORD. IXDIAXA 

ATA, ••13" dull. White Friars 

Business Manager Smitlicni Collegian, 4; 
Alternate Baseball Manager, 4: Publication 
Board, 4; Intramural Board, 4: Senior 
Manager of Band. 4; Glee Club, i, 2; 
Baseball, i. 



W. Charles Walkinshaw 

BATTLE CREEK, MICHIGAN 
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Ring-tnin Phi, 2: Transfer from Univer- 
sity of Michigan. 




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Harrison M. Walters, Jr. 

poco^^oKE city, Maryland 
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George Fox Wing 



HEXDERSOXVILLE, NORTH C.WOLIXA 



Soutlicrn Collegian: Assistant Editor, 4: 
Ring-tuiii Phi. i, 2; Interfraternity Coun- 
cil, 4; Cnnmierce Club, 4: Rifle Club, 3, 4. 



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Robert Lacey Buffington 

LAKE VILLAGE, ARKANSAS 

Custis I.ee Engineering Society; Band, i, 2, 
3, 4 ; Track, i, 2 : All Intramural Foot- 
ball. 4. 



John Dillard Battle, Jr. 

WASHINGTON, D. C. 

n K *, X r e 

President Chi Gamma Theta, 4 : Cheer 

Leader, 2. 3, 4 : Head Cheer Leader. 4 ; 

Tennis, 3. 4. 




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Joseph Ashby Burton 

ONLEV, VIRGINIA 

K A, * B K, White Friars, X I' 9 

Custis Lee Engineering Society ; Ring-turn 

Phi. 2: Calyx. 2. 3; Sports Editor, 2; 

Associate Editor, 3 ; Senior Manager 

Boxing, 3. 




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ABIXGDON. VIRGINIA 



Custis Lee Engineering Society, 2, 3, 4; 
President, 4. 






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Warren Douglas Matthews 

POCOMOKE CITV, MARYLAND 

A T H 

Custis Lee Engineering Society, 2. 3, 4 ; 
Crew, I, 2; Band, i. 2, 3. 



Robert Harry Madden 

JAMAICA, NEW YORK 

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Football, i; Track, i. 2, 3: Interfraternity 
Council, 3. 




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Olin Kenneth Miller 

COVINGTON, VIRGINIA 
A X P, x r e 

Baseball, i, 2. 3, 4: Football, l; Indoor 
Track, i, 2, 3, 4 : Co-Captain Baseball, 4. 





George Leach Reynolds 

KINGSTON, PENNSYLVANIA 
A X P. II A N, A i: 

Tennis. 2. 3. 4; Captain, 4; Boxing. 



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John Ford Shroder 

IIORSET. VERMOXT 
II K A, ••13" Club 

Ciistis Lee Engineering Society ; Manager 

Track, 4; Secretary-Treasurer "13" Club; 

Golf Team, 2, 4. 



Claude Edward Sanford 

SOUTHAMPTON'. NEW VORK 

Custis Lee Engineering Society. 




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SENIORS 

Norwood Ervin Band Pleasantvilk-, New Jersey 

Darby Wood Betts. 2 X Kirkwood, Missouri 

Robert Ira Bull, 5 * E Newark, New Jersey 

William Brockley Carver, $ T A Haiiover, Pennsylvania 

Claibourne Henry Darden, 5 A E Suffolk, Virginia 

Robert English Field, 2 A E Miami, Florida 

George Harding Foster, A Y Jackson Heights, N. Y. 

Hunter Edward Gaylor Lexington, Virginia 

Eugene Nicholas Stocton Girard, A X P Hazelton, Pennsylvania 

William Gregg Grove, n K A, 2 Ronceverte, West Virginia 

John Herbert Harper Butler, Pennsylvania 

John Tallmax Jarrett, O a K, A T Q Dunbar, West Virginia 

Clyde Alwyx Johnson, IT K A, C. C — - Staunton. Virginia 

Henry Lee King Hot Springs, Virginia 

Lester Litwin Brooklyn, New York 

George Douglas McClure, * K 2, O a K, 2 Dallas. Texas 

James Alexander McClure St. Petersburg, Florida 

Waldo Garland Miles Bristol. \'irginia 

Patrick Mitchell, 2 X, O A K Portsmouth, Ohio 

Samuel James ^Ioore, Jr., 2 A E Deltavillc, \'irginia 

William Haywood Moreland, Jr., K A Lexington, Virginia 

Joseph Clark AIuller Little Falls. New Jersey 

Neil Campbell Pascoe. 2 * E Milford. New Jersey 

Charles Frederick Porzig Newark. New Jersey 

Robert Walker Ruth Washington, D. C. 

Joe Henry Sawyers, II K A, O A K..- Beckley, \\'est Virginia 

William Burl Tyree Rocky ]\Iount, Virginia 

Clyde Daniel Tolley Lexington, Virginia 

William Henry Vick, K A _ Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 

Samuel Mortimer Ward, HI Hewlett, New York 

Samuel Acker Woolford, 2 A E Haverford. Pennsylvania 




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Vice-President Rudolph Bu^mgardn'er, Jr. 

Secretary-Treasurer Edward Powers Mincher 

E.vecutive Coinniitteenian John- Meredith Graham, Jr. 

Historian Robert Glenn Livencood 















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Rudolph Bumgardner, Jr. 

STAUNTOX, VIRGINIA 
K A, * A * 

A. B. from V. M. I. 



John D. Copenhaver 

ROANOKE. VIRGINIA 
K i:, A K, * A >I', Cotillion Club 

Ring-tuiii Phi; Southern Collegian; Bus- 
iness Manager, 3 : Vice-President Pub- 
lication Board; Executive Committee, 4; 
Basketball Manager, 4. 



Harry Holderby Darnall 

HUNTINGTON. UEST VIRGINIA 

A T n 



Richard Thomas Edwards 

Rd.WdKK. V1KGINI.\ 

II K A. o A K. 'l' A *. --u" Club, 
White ?"riars. 11 A E 

Editor Calyx. 4; President Omicron 

Delta Kappa, 5; Track, i, 2; Football, 

I ; Finals Week Committee, 4. 



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Eli Finklestein 

JACKSONVrLLE, FLORIDA 
Z B T, A K 

Track, i, 2, 3, 4; Captain, 4; World 
Record in 60- Yard Indoor Low Hurdles, 
2; Vice-President Student Body, 5; Ex- 
ecutive Committee, 5 : Vice-President 
Intermediate Law, 5. 



John Meredith Graham 

ROME. GEORGIA 
K A. * A *. O A K, -u" Club, Cotillion Club 

Tennis, i, 2; Intramural Tennis Dou- 
bles Champion, i ; Vice-President of 
Finals. 4 : Executive Committee. 4. 



Alexander G. Harwood, III 

WILLIAMSBURG, VIRGINIA 

S N. * ^ *, Cotillion Club, White Friars 

President Intermediate Law Class ; Sec- 
retary White Friars. 4. 



WiLLiAivi W. Hawkins, Jr. 

PELHAM, XEW YORK 
BGn, OAK, *.!* 

Troubadours, i, 2, 3. 4. 5; President, 5: 
Ring-turn Phi. i, 2, 3: Calyx, i, 2, 3; 
Interf raternity Council, 4, 5 ; Interna- 
tional Relations Club. 4. 5; President, 4: 
Christian Council. 4. 5. 




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Da\id S. MacDonald 

DURANT, OKLAHOMA 

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Harvard Payson Smith 

MURFREESBORO, TENNESSEE 
K A, O Ji K, * i *, Cotillion Club 

Wrestling, i, 2, 3, 4; Co-Captain, 4; 

Southern Conference Champion, 4; 

President Fancy Dress, 4; Executive 

Committee, i ; Glee Club, i. 



Thomas C. Smith 

TULSA, OKLAHOMA 
* A e, * A *, Cotillion Club 



Thomas E\erett Sparks 

CROSSETT, ARKANSAS 
:; X, Cotillion Club 

Southern Collegian, i ; A. B., Hendricks. 



Hiram Columbus Taylor 

MOBILE, ALABAMA 

K A. Cotillion Club, n A N 

Wrestling, i. 



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J'iec-P resilient Tyrek Fraxcis Wilson 

See re tary-Trea surer John Thomas McKee 

E.veentife Coinniitfeenian Stanley CAR^L\x Higgixs. Jr. 

Historian Duxcan Goldthwaite Groner 












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Thomas Dexter Alden 

TOPEKA, KANSAS 
S X, Cotillion Club, White Friars 
President White Friars, 3. 



William Howard Alexander 

WASHIN'CTOX, ri, c. 

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Commerce Club. 3 : Golf Team, 2, 3 ; 

Monogram Club. 2. 3 ; Christian Work 

Council. 



Charles Preston Anderson 

OAK HILL, WEST VIRGINIA 
* r A, 11 A X 



Cyrus Victor Anderson 

WASHIXGTOXj D. C. 
* K * 

Transfer from University of Minnesota. 



Lynne Morris Atmar 

GROVETO.N, TEXAS 
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Transfer from Marshall College; Glee 
Club, 3. 



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David John Bennett 

CHAMBERSBURG, PEXNSVLVANIA 



Albert Sidney Crew, I, 2, 3: Glee Club, 
I, 2, 3 : Wrestling, 3 ; Ciistis Lee En- 
gineering Society. 



RoLLAND Hamilton Berry 

HARRISONBURG, VIRGINIA 

n K A 

Transfer from Davidson College. 



George Anderson Browne 

MOBILE. ALABAMA 

A X p, n A X, :; A X 

Ring-turn Phi. i, 2, 3; Graham-Lee, i, 

2 ; Debating Council, 2 ; Harry Lee, 3 : 

Southern Collegian, I ; Calyx, i. 



Thomas Jefferson Busby, Jr. 

HOUSTON. MISSISSIPPI 
n K A 



James Stewart Buxton 

MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE 
K r. Cotillion Club 

Commerce Club. 3 : Troubadours, I ; 
Alternate Junior Manager Football. 




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Sam Benton Cantey, III 

FORT WORTH, TEXAS 

K i:, Cotillion Club, i: T. H A N 

Troubadours, i: Ring-tuin Phi, i, 2; 
Soiitlicni Collegian. 3. 



Allan Manning Clinch 

PELHAM, NEW YORK 

^ T, X r e 
Graham Lee, i, 2, 3. 



Robert Fe^nklin Cooper, Jr. 

HOLLY SPRINGS, MISSISSTPPI 



Football, I ; Boxing, i ; Glee Club, 2, 3 ; 

Washington Literary Society, i, 2; 

President, 3; Debating, i. 



William Arthur Cover 

ELKTOX, VIRGIN'I.Y 
i: .\ 1:, Cotillion Club, IT A N 

Baseball, i: Kiiig-tuni Phi. i. 2. 



John Marion Dean 

LELAND, MISSISSIPPI 
i; A E, O A K, ■•\i" CUib, Cotillion Club 

President Jiuiior Class; Junior Manager 

Football; Soutlicrn Collegian, i, 2; 

Calyx, i ; Band, i ; Glee Club, i. 



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William Purnell Diggs 

ST. LOUIS. MISSOURI 
1 .\ E, White Friars 

Baseball, i, 2, 3; Sontlicni Collegian: 
Vice-President Sophomore Class; Band, 



M. Richard Dunaj 

ADAMS, MASSACHUSETTS 

Track, i, 2, 3; Indoor Track, i. 2, 3; 
Cross Country Team, 2, 3 ; Captain, 3 : 
Captain-Elect. 4; Intramural Board, 3: 
Champion Intramural i Mile, i : Cham- 
pion Intramural H Mile, i ; Custis Lee 
Engineering Society; Vice-President, 3. 



James Harold Duncan 

BEDFORD, INDIANA 

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Senior Manager Golf ; Band, 2. 3. 



William Haskiel Dyer 

JOHNSON CITY. TENNESSEE 
2 A E, 2, Cotillion Club 

Calyx Staff, 2; Football, i, 2, 3; Mono- 
gram Club ; Track, i, 2, 3. 



Joseph Ward Fairlie 

HATBORO. PENNSYLVANIA 

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Frederick Love Fox 

MT. PLEASA-VT. PENNSYLVANIA 
* K +, "13" Club, White Friars 

Trnubadours. i; Band, i, 2. 3: Crew, 
I. 2. 3. 



James Cushman Gardner 

BROCKTON, MASSACHUSETTS 

S N 

University Band, 2. 

Loyal Paul Gassman 

FREEPORT, ILLINOIS 

* K ::, n A N 

Assistant Football Manager, 2 ; Calyx 
Staff, I, 2, 3; University Editor, 3. 

Duncan G. Groner 













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2: Calyx, 1; Riiig-tuni Phi. i, 2; South- 
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OWENSBORO, KENTUCKY 




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Ferdinand Albert Hauslein 

PHILADELPHIA. PENNSYLVANIA 

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Harry Estil Harman 

JOHNSON CITY. TENNESSEE 
A X A, n A N, K * K 

Junior Manager Boxing, 3; Busine 
Staff Southcnt Collegian. 2, 3. 



Allen M. Harrelson, Jr. 

TROY, OHIO 
ATA, "13" Club, II A N 

3and, i, 2, 3: Troubadours, 2, 3; Ring- 
turn Phi. I, 2. 



Leonard Lewis Harney 



ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA 



Troubadours, i, 2, 3: Assistant Property 

Manager, 2: Calyx, i, 2, 3: Assistant 

University Editor, 3: Latin Scholarship, 

2 ; Honor Roll, 2, 3. 



L. Leslie Helmer 

CUMBERLAND, JIARYLAND 

Ben, "li" Cltih, Cotillion Club, Wbite Friars 

Calyx, i, 2, 3: Faculty Editor, 2: As- 
sistant Editor, 3; Secretary-Treasurer 
Junior Class. 







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Stanley Carmen Higgins, Jr. 

MT. HOPE, WEST VIRGINIA 

•{> r Ji. Cotillion Club 

Executive Committee. 3 ; Manager Bas- 
ketball, 3. 



Norman Frederick Hill 

WINCHESTER, MASSACHUSETTS 
* K *, Cotillion Cltili, :: A X 



Jackson Martin Hobbie, Jr. 

MONTGOMERY. ALABAMA 

:; X, "ij" Club, n a n 

Freshman Camp Councilor, 3 ; Junior 

Track Manager; Ring-tuin Phi. 2; 

Calyx, 2, 



Forrest E. Huffman 

CHARLESTON, WEST VIRGINIA 

K :;, r. "is" Club, n a n 



James Preston Jordan 

EMPORIA, VIRGINIA 
•l' r A, II A X 

Junior Baseball Manager : Commerce 
Club, 3. 



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Richard Townes Kelley 

LYNCHBURG, VIRGINIA 
* r J 

Glee Club, 2, 3: Ri„q-tuin Phi. 2: Rifle 
Ch'h, .r 



Eugene Earl Krewson 

W.-kSHINGTON, D, C. 
* r A, White Friars 

Commerce Club, ,3 : Chairman Finance 
Committee Sopliomore Prom. 



Carney Graham Laslie, Jr. 

MONTGOMERY, ,\LAB,\M.\ 
■1> K M'. Cotillion Chii), :; _i X 

Ring-tiDii Phi. i, 2: Deljating, i: Trou- 
badours, 1. 



Robert Edward Lee 

SOUTH ORANGt:, NEW JERSEY 
Z * E, White Friars 



BowAR Arp Lowrence 

CHARLOTTE. XnRTH CAKOLIXA 

n K + 
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Robert H. McCauley, Jr. 

HAGERSTOWN, MARYLAND 
^ T. T K I 

Glee Club, i, 2; Swimming, i, 2. 3. 



William Duncan McDavid 

PEXSACOLA. FLORIDA 

+ r -i, X r e 

Swimming, i. 2. 3 : Southern Conference 
Record 100 Yards ; 220 Yards, 3 : Mon- 
ogram Club, 2, 3 ; Athletic Council, 3 ; 
Golf, I, 2. 3. 



George Joseph McGeory 

YOXKERS, XEW VORK 
II K •!•, II A .\ 

President Sophomore Class; Track, i, 
2. 3 : Commerce Club, 3. 



Richard James McLaughlin 

ROCKY RIVER, OHIO 

A T 9.. II A X, I A X, :; T 
Riiig-liim Phi, i, 2; Soutlieni Collegian. 



Edwin Meyer Marks 

BROWXSVILLE. TEXXESSEE 
Y. B T 

Ring-tuin Phi, i, 2, 3. 



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Patrick C. Mathes, Jr. 

LOUISVILLE. KENTUCKY 

A T n, ®, n A N 
Secretan'-Treasurer Pi Alpha Nu, 3- 



Robert Bass Mayo 

WASHIXGTOX, D. C. 
•1> r -\. @, Cotillion Club 

Track, i ; Freshman Council. 2 : Com- 
merce Club. 3 : Secretary-Treasurer 
Cotillion Club. 3. 



Thomas Alfred Morris, Jr. 

LA GRANGE. ILLINOIS 
n K A 



Albert William Moss. Jr. 

MT. ^•ERNON, NEW YORK 
A T. 1 A X 



Jim Ellsworth Munford 

KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI 



Golf, 3; Transfer from Kansas Cit\ 
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Clarence B. Newcomb 

PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA 

Debating Council; Graham Lee, i, 2, 3; 
V^ice-President, 2 : Commerce Club, 3. 



John Alfred Newton 

ST. LOUIS, MISSOUKI 



Cary Eldridge Patrick 

HAMPTON, VIRGINIA 
■t' K i:, ■■13" Club, Cotillion Club 

Ring-turn Phi. i ; Calyx Business Staff, 
I ; Assistant Track Manager, 2. 



Lamar Quincey Porter 

LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS 
2 X, "u" Club 

Sophomore Basketball Manager. 



Harry Moore Rhett, Jr. 

HUNTSVILlj;, ALABAMA 
■h Jl e, "13" Club, Cotillion Club, RAN 

President Pi Alpha Nu, 3 ; Troubadours, 
I ; Ring-turn Phi. i, 2, 3 ; Circulation 
Manager, 2, 3; Swimming, I, 3; Com- 
merce Club, 3 ; Sophomore Football 
Manager. 



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William Schule, Jr. 

PLAQUEMINE, LOUISIANA 
11 K A 

Track, i, 2. 3; Glee Qub, 3; Calyx, 3. 



Charles Cornelius Smith 

JACKSONVIIJ.E, FLORIDA 
n K A, Z, Cotillion Club 

Football, I, 2, 3; Track, i. 2, 3 ; Fancy 
Dress Committee, 3 ; All Southern Con- 
ference Centre. 3; Basketball, i, 2, 3. 



L. Lyne Smith, Jr. 

LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY 
A T a. "1 3" Club 



Winthrope C. Smith 

EAST ORANGE, NEW JERSEY 

n K A, X r e, T K I 
Glee Club, i. 2. 

John Dolbeer Spohr 

CHATHAM, NEW JERSEY 
A T, White Friars 

Commerce Club, 3. 

Frederick deRossett Strong 

NEW YORK, NEW YORK 

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Band, i, 2, 3; Track, I, 2, 3: Commerce 
Club, 3. 




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Charles William Stull 

LEXINGTON, VIRGINIA 
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John Lyle Summers 

JOHNSON CITY. TENNESSEE 
* r A, -'u'- Club 

Troubadours, i. 2, 3 : Business Manager, 
3 ; Business Manager Fancy Dress, 3 ; 
Advertising Manager Calyx. 2; Assist- 
ant Business Manager Calyx, 3. 



Gilbert Roscoe Swink, Jr. 

NORFOLK. VIRGINIA 
A T, T K I 

Crew, I, 2; President Tau Kappa lota, 3. 

William Inglis Terhune 

ALBANY', NEW YORK 
A T. n A N 



BiNJAMIN HaIRSTON ToWNES 

MARTINSVILLE, VIRGINIA 

K r. White Friars 

Troubadours; Wrestling, i, 2: Foot- 
ball. I. 



James Davidson Walker 

GALLIPOLIS, OHIO 
* K r, II A N, ® 

Wrestling, 2; Transfer from Davidson. 



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I. Grier Wallace, Jr. 

CHARLOTTE. XORTH CAROLINA 
n K '!■, White Friars 

Interfraternity Council, 3 ; Freshman 
Camp Councilor. 3 : Physics Scholarship, 
3 ; Custis Lee Engineering Society ; 
Calyx, i, 2; Civil Engineering Scholar- 
ship, 2; Band, i. 



John David Walls 

BEDFORD, INDIANA 
,i T A, White Friars 

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Evan Lloyd Watkins 

PHILADELPHIA. PENXS\T-VANIA 

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Graham-Lee Literary Society, i, 2, 3; 
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Karl Porter Willard 

FORT SMITH. ARKANSAS 

S X, Cotillion Clul), White Friars 

Ring-tum Phi. I. 2: Golf Team, 2, 3; 

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PIXEVILLE, KENTUCKY 

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ATHEXS, GI-IEECE 

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Thomas Henry Alphin Hot Springs, Virginia 

David John Bennett. Jr., A T Chambersburg, West Virginia 

Wally Carlton Bernard New York, New York 

Joseph Hewitt Berrien, 2 N St. Davids, Pennsylvania 

Allan F. Blasier, A X A North Tonawanda, New York 

Rockwell Sm ith Boyle Steele's Tavern, Virginia 

Guv Hewitt Branaman, A T n, C. C Waynesboro, Virginia 

James E. Brown, A X A, W. F Rockfall, Connecticut 

Clarence Ogden Carman. 2 * E Tamroy, West Virginia 

Eugene Gerdy Clayton Long Island, New York 

Joseph Alexander Clemmer Lexington, Virginia 

Jack Reid Cunningham. Jr Buena Vista, Virginia 

Calvin Morgan Dold, A X P Springfield, Illinois 

Arthur Murphv Doty, n K A, II A N Kosciusko, Mississippi 

Leighton Phreaner Ever hart Hagerstown, Maryland 

jfe Tracy Fishburn, 2 X Dallas. Texas 

pi- Joe Henry Ford, Jr., A X A Houston, Mississippi 

'' James Montgomery Franklin, A T Verona, New Jersey 

Harry George, Jr., A X A Brunswick, Maryland 

William W. Gerber, A T A, C. C Buffalo, New Y'ork 

Daniel Penick Gholson Holly Springs, Mississippi 

George Richard Glynn, IT K <S> New York, New York 

WooDRow Wilson Gregory Kershaw, South Carolina 

Herbert Meriwether Griffith, - * E East Orange, New Jersey 

Charles Lambert Harper Harpersville, Virginia 

Roderick Edward Harris Guntersville, Alabama 

John Regis Hart, A T _ Latham, New York 

Jay Geiger Henthorne, A T il Ashland, Kentucky 

Benjamin Braford Hope Natural Bridge, Virginia 

Philip Carson Huntley New Rochelle, New York 

John Philip Jones, A X A Cleveland, Ohio 

Francis Brom ley Key Buena Vista, Virginia 

Martin Luther Kipps, Jr., A T White Sulphur Springs, Virginia 

Edward James Lambe Albany, New York 

Leonard Leight _ New York, New York 

Anders Rudolf Lofstrand, Jr Washington, D. C. 

Sidney Lyons, * E IT Lexington, Virginia 

Bertram B. Mantell New York. New York 

Samuel Crawford Mattox, K 2, A K, 2 Leesville, Virginia 

Thomas Walker Mehler, S A E Waynesboro, Virginia 

Christian Coe Merritt Buena Vista, Virginia 

Clarence B. Newcomb Philadelphia. Pennsylvania 

John B. Nicholson. Jr _ Rocky River. Ohio 

William Clarence Orth, K A Tulsa, Oklahoma 

Mario de la Ossa Panama, Panama 

Graham Fishburne Painter Charleston, West Virginia 

Claibourne Hr)opER Phillips, III Nashville, Tennessee 

F. S. Crawford Pomeroy Media, Pennsylvania 

Henry Louis Raven horst Lexington, Virginia 

Frederick Sarkis, 2 * E Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

George E. Short, n K * Harrington, Delaware 

Richmond With am Smith, S X, W. F Cincinnati. Ohio 

Hugh Clinton Sparks, Jr Eufaula, Alabama 

William Rogers Sphar, Jr., * A 6, W. F Winchester, Kentucky 

Jerome H. Spitz, Z B T Paterson, New Jersey 

William Henry Truslow. 2 X _ Charleston, West Virginia 

.Alfred Northop Walker, Jr Hinsdale, Illinois 

Charles Loyal W'alker, * K 'I' River Forest, Illinois 

James Hoston White Roanoke, Virginia 

Thomas Kniley Williams. 2 * E Nanticnke. Pennsylvania 

James Sterrett Woods. Jr Portsmouth. Virginia 

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Edmund James Abbott, Jr., A X A Waterbury, Connecticut 

Arthur Isaac Ahl New York, New York 

Samuel Lutz Alexander Leesburg, Virginia 

John Stewart Beagle, B n FHnt. Michigan 

James Edward Brydges, 2 $ E Big Island, Virginia 

Frank Joseph Burkart, $ T A Chevy Chase, Maryland 

Charles Brinson Cross, Jr., K A Portsmouth, Virginia 

Constantine Xavier Dimas, 2 ^ E Joliet, Illinois 

William Tonsey Homberg, B II, C. C Charleston, West Virginia 

Elmer Ray Laughter, 2 N Wilcoe, West Virginia 

Gilbert Carlyle McKown, 2 X, C, C ..Martinsburg, West Virginia 

Hugh Donald McNew 1^'..:. —.Richmond, Virginia 

Elmer Clare Miller. <t T A Bangor, Pennsylvania 

John AIcKxight Miller Roanoke, Virginia 

William Harvey Seaton, $ K 2 Charleston, West Virginia 



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President Frank Leib Price 

Vice-President \lfrkd Lee Reeser 

Seerelary-Treasurer JoHx Hexry Drake 

Executii-e Coniinilfceinnn Hugo Joseph Boxixo 

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Harry Leonard Abrahart, <i> V A Chicago, Illinois 

Frederick Rudolph Alexander Clinton, Oklahoma 

Leigh Briscoe Allen, Jr.. a T a. n A N Port Gibson, Mississippi 

A\'illiam Merrill Allen, .V X A Glendale, Ohio 

W'illiaji Howe Ar.mentrout Natural Bridge, Virginia 

Harris Ewalt Anderson, B n Girard. Ohio 

Joseph Lee Arnold, <J> r A, W. F Danville. Kentucky 

Lynne Morris Atmar, A T O Grovetcm, Texas 

Jack Foley Bailey, K A ^Maysville, Kentuck\- 

Lane Randall Baird, 2 A E Saint Louis, Missouri 

Osmond Tolmie Baxter, A X A Pelhani Manor, New York 

William Clifford Barbee Luray, \'irginia 

David Giovanni Basile Brooklyn, Xew York 

Herbert Henry Bal'er. 2 * E Elmont, Xew York 

James Vaughan Beale, a T A. C. C Franklin, X'irginia 

Walter Randolph Beales. 2 N Boydton, Virginia 

Francis Charles Behle, <i> r A Richmond, Virginia 

Harry Edwin IjERGER, A T A._ Wheeling, West Virginia 

John Coulter Bierer Waban, Massachusetts 

Randolph John Bishop, Jr.. A X P, W, F Cleveland, Ohio 

James Allan Blalock Portsmouth, Virginia 

Irving Rosen Block Brooklyn, New York 

Jack Conduff Bones Pulaski, Virginia 

Hugo Joseph Bonino, A X A, W. F Hawthorne, New Jersey 

Edward Scott Boze, Jr., K 2 Richmond. Virginia 

George Boyd, Jr.. a Y Hagerstown, Maryland 

Harry Lee Bowman. * K 4'. n A X River Forest, Illinois 

Robert Lee Brickhouse Norfolk, Virginia 

William Vance Brooks, <I> K 2 Memphis, Tennessee 

Robert Miller Brown, n K <I', n A N Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 

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Victor Ajax Browning McConil), Mississippi 

Richard Duncan Burnett, 2 A E Biniiinsiham, Alabama 

John Miller Capito, K 2, n A N Charleston, West Virginia 

Lewis Elliott Chaze, Jr.. * A Alexandria, Louisiana 

Ernest Lee Childs. Jr.. A T n Casanova, Virginia 

Thomas Hal Clarke. A T A Atlanta, Georgia 

Richard C. Clarke, A Y, W. F Hendersonville, North Carolina 

William Allen Connor, 2 N Daingerfield, Texas 

Robert Foster Corrigan, A T n Cleveland, Ohio 

John Tobias Cover, 2 A E, n A N Staunton. Virginia 

Richard Van Tassell Criss. <I> K *, C. C Newark, New Jersey 

Frank Donxell Crew, B © n. W. F Drexel Hill, Pennsvlvania 

Waldo Hunter Comins, Jr., A X A St. Francois, Missouri 

Richard Torrance Cooke, A X A Buffalo, New York 

Duncan Corbett Bay City, Texas 

George Edward Cowan, Jr Augusta, Georgia 

Ross Crom, a X A Toledo, Ohio 

George Charles Crowell Buchanan, Virginia 

George Todd Crowell Buchanan, Virginia 

Oray Madison Davis, Jr Lexington, Virginia 

Price Morgan Davis, Jr., * K 2 Wauwatosa, Wisconsin 

John Wallace Davies. A T A Gettysburg. Pennsylvania 

WiLBERT Earle Donaldson, 4> A Cherrvdale, A'irginia 

John Henry Myers Drake. A T A Port Gibson, Mississippi 

Joseph Turpin Drake. Jr.. A T A Port Gibson, Mississippi 

Winbourne Magruder Drake, A T A Port Gibson, Mississippi 

Mathew Henry Duffy% Jr., 2 * E, W. F Coeburn, Virginia 

Albert Joseph Durante, Jr., A T Q Brooklyn, New York 

Walter Bramall Eager. Jr Westport, Connecticut 

Edgar Everett Eaton, Jr.. 4> K * Wilkinsburg, Pennsylvania 

William David Ellis. A T Q Ashland. Kentucky 

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John Seitz Eshbaugh. a X A Olcott, New York 

Robert James Fellows. Jr Bound Brook, Xew Jersev 

WiLLARD Stuart Ferris. A T n Brooklyn, Xew York 

Paul Fisch, 4> E n Newark, Xew Jersey 

Albert Richard F'iske New York, Xew York 

Oscar Richard Fletcher. 2 <I> E.. Sanford, Virginia 

Julius Ejianuel Garber, $ E 11 Batesburg. South Carolina 

Robert Goodfellow Geiger, Jr., * K * Canton. Ohio 

Thomas Steve Gialelis .— .Steubenville, Ohio 

David John Gilmore, 2 * E Lansford, Pennsylvania 

Joel Grayson, III. IT K <l> Atlanta, Georgia 

Richard ^IcCabe Gumm, A T Q Ashland, Kentucky 

Samuel Hampton Halley, Jr., * K * ....Lexington. Kentucky 

Joseph Jefferson Harding, * r A Emporia, Virginia 

George \\'right Harrison, 2 N Henderson, Xorth Carolina 

.Stewart Atwood Hatch, K A. IT .\ X ..Clovis. Xew Mexico 

Wade Hampton Hatten. Jr., 2 X Gulfport, Mississippi 

Charles Welton Hawks, K A Portsmouth, Virginia 

George Ma.xwell B. Haw ley, K 2 Fort \\'orth. Texas 

John Townsend Her wick Perryopolis, Pennsylvania 

Harold Lincoln Hickox, IT K $ W'illiamstown, Massachusetts 

William Philips Higgins, Jr., A X A Glen Ridge, Xew York 

Her.max Herbert Hillegass, 2 $ E Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania 

Robert Edw.\rd Holland, A Y Lexington. Virginia 

MiLTo.x Arthur Honig, * E n New York. Xew York 

Edward Wellington Hiserman. K 2. C. C Charleston. West \'irginia 

William Bailey Hoofstitler. 2 X, n A N Sterling, Illinois 

Edward Walter Hovverton, n K 4> Clarksville, Mrginia 

Da.xiel Scarborough Hoyle Las Cruces, Xew Mexico 

John Southgate Yeaton Hoyt Lexington, Virginia 

Roland Wood Hyatt, Jr., B © II, IT A X Freeport, Illinois 

Edwi.x Lee Jean \\'ashington, Xew Jersey 

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Earle \\'illis Jenninc. Jk., <1' A t) __ .Kansas City. Missouri 

Forbes Mohler Johnson. A Y r^ittsburt;h. I'ennsylvania 

James Howe Johnson Lexington, Virginia 

Bernard J. Jones, * E 11 New York, New York 

Alfred Kahn. Jr Little Rock, Arkansas 

John Samuel Kirkpatrick Lexington, Virginia 

Charles Henry Koch, 2 A E Marquette, Michigan 

Kenneth Proctor Lane. * A West Newton, Massachusetts 

Bruce Nichols Lanier. * a W, n A N. C. C West Point, Georgia 

Knight Laird. A T il Jonesboro, Arkansas 

Walter Terrell Lawton, Jr.. <t> A ® Montgomery. Alabama 

John David Locke. K A Muskogee, Oklahoma 

Herbert Kent Lyon Hohokus, New Jersey 

John McBee. A T n, C. C Kent, Connecticut 

Edwin Richard McCoy Charleston. South Carolina 

Kenneth Gordon MacDonald, n K A Birmingham, Alabama 

John Fillmore McFadden, Jr., i; N Kingstree, South Carolina 

Robert McEvoy MacLaurin. K A, W. F Cleveland, Ohio 

Lewis Archer McMurran Newport News, Virginia 

Robert Warren Magrath. A T Q Spring Valley. New York 

Samuel Thomas Martin, A T Q. n A N Lynchburg, Virginia 

Vincent David Martire Pelham, New York 

John Thomas Massengale. <I> A Birmingham, Alabama 

Gregory Sears Maury, Jr.. n K A, C. C Orlando, Florida 

Fletcher FitzGerald ALvynarh, i A E Clarksdale, Mississippi 

Howard Eugene Melton, :S N, W. F Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 

Robert Henry Mertz, A T n. W. F Sharpsville, Pennsylvania 

Robert Fulton Middlekauff. A V. n A N Hagerstown. Maryland 

William Beistline Miller Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania 

William Wallace INLller Ridgewood. New Jersey 

Donald Reister Moore ^^■ashingtlln. D. C. 

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Lyle Stickly Moore, JR-. A T Q. Xewport, Tennessee 

Samuel Bowex Moore. 2 X, n A N Dallas. Texas 

Alvix Hermax Moraweck, Jr.. 2 A E Maplewood. Xew Jersey 

Turner Morrisox. <I> r A Bristol. Tennessee 

William Paul AIorrisox, K 2 Hazard, Kentucky 

Charles Jeoffrey AIower. K A, C. C. "ii" Club Tulsa, Oklahoma 

DiCKSOx Stauffer ]\Iullix. * r a, n a X.-- -Mount I'leasant, Pennsylvania 

George Roger ;\1yers. Jr.. B n.... Hurlock. Maryland 

JOHX Carlyle Nagle, 4> r A Scranton. Pennsylvania 

Robert Lester Newburger, $ E n Xew York. Xew York 

^^'ILLIAM Kxo\\LES Xewtox, Jr - Xew York. Xew York 

Harris Kempxer Oppexheimer, Z B T San Antonio. Texas 

Samuel Tilford Payxe, Jr., n K A Louisville, Kentucky 

Joseph Johx Pette, n K 4) Rockville Center, Xew York 

Marlex Edwix Pew, Jr.. 4> r A ^^'ading River. Xew York 

Hexry- Chaxdler Pitcher, 2 4> E, IT A N Xarberth. Pennsylvania 

Arthur Esme Pope, * A 0, W. F Birmingham. Alabama 

Fraxk Leib Price, A X A, IT A N \\'ashington. D. C. 

James Ligon Price, Jr.. ATA, W. F Chase City. Virginia 

Edward Axgus Powell. <i> K 2, C. C Richmond. Virginia 

Robert Bayard Prugh. A X P Bound Brook. Xew Jersey 

Alfred Marvix Pullex. * r A. C. C Richmond, Virginia 

Frederick Dickixsox Pultz Lexington, Virginia 

Thomas Farrell Ralphs Salt Lake City. L'tah 

William Adam Rawak Xew York, Xew York 

Fraxk Hexry Reed, K A Mobile, Alabama 

Robert Pittmax Reese, 2 N Jamaica, New York 

Alfred Lee Reeser. B II Aledia, Pennsylvania 

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JoHX Herman Rexkex, Jr., A X A Muncie. Xew York 

Henry Hose Riley, Jr.. <I> K 2 Chevy Chase, Maryland 

William Thomas Riley, * r A Riverhead, New York 

Harry Leigh Robertson, n K A Roanoke. Mrginia 

James Anderson Robertson, K 2 Danville, Virginia 

Frederic Morrison Robinson. Jr., 5 A E St. Louis, Missouri 

Edward Morc.an Rosser, H, 2 N Kingston, Pennsxlvania 

WiiA lAM Francis Rothert, <£> K 2 Richmond, Virginia 

William Rueger. <I> K 2, C. C Richmond, Virginia 

John Graham Sale, Jr., n K A Welch, \\'est \'irginia 

Albert Louis Samstag, Jr., <I> E n Xew York, New York 

Giles James Sechler, B 11 Girard. Ohio 

Jacob Selig Seligman, Z B T Bastrop. Louisiana 

Richard Thomas Scully West Hartford, Connecticut 

Edward Leroy Seitz, 2 N Cass. West Virginia 

Edward Everett Shanklin Radford. Virginia 

Isaac Glenn Shively. n K <!'. W. F Chambersburg, Pennsylvania 

Frank Benjimin Simmons. <i> K ^J* Mt. Pleasant. Pennsylvania 

John Burnton Simmons. * T A.. Richmond, Virginia 

Herbert Elias Sloan, * K 2, W. F Clarksburg. West Virginia 

Ralph Hargraves Smith, K 2 Charleston, ^^'est A'irginia 

William Austin Smith, B t) n Freeport. New York 

Henry Helwig Staehling. B © n South Orange. New Jersey 

Edward Eli Stover .- - Washington. Xew Jersey 

Frank Neeper Stradling. 2 $ E Langhorne. Pennsylvania 

Hardwick Stuart. K 2. W. F Cleveland. Tennessee 

Charles Atwater Sweet. Jr.. <i> K 2.... Bronxville. New York 

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John Adams Taylor Lexington, \'irginia 

Bex Anderson Thirkielu. a T a. C. C Middleton, Ohio 

Joe Burghard Thomas. A T ii Louisville. Kentucky 

Walter Glegge Thomas, n K A Cherrydale. Virginia 

Charles Awdry Thompson Hurlock. Maryland 

Norman Ross Thurston. * K 2 Saint Louis, Missouri 

Randolph \\'n,EY Tucker. <I> K *, "11" Club, W. F., C. C, 

Newport News, Virginia 

Arnold Helmfrhj L'ggla. 5 N Schenectady, New York 

Sidney Ulfelder. Jr.. A Y Mexico City, Mexico 

Robert Philip Van Voast, 5 A E Johnstown. New York 

John \\'alker Vinson. Jr Lexington, \'irginia 

Thomas Chalmers Vinson Lexington, Virginia 

Henry Pilchard Walters, A T Q Poconioke Cit}-. ^Maryland 

Charles Stevens Wassum. II K A. C. C jMarion. Virginia 

Ray James Wallace. Jr., B © n, C. C Chicago, Illinois 

James Owen Watts. Jr.. 2 A E, C. C Lynchburg, Virginia 

Robert Weinstein. Z B T New York, New York 

William Addams Welch. Jr.. n K A Bear ^fountain. New York 

Saylor Adrain Whiteside Buena Vista, Virginia 

William Goodloe Wiglesworth. Jr.. n K A, W. F Cynthiana, Kentucky 

Charles Willis Wilkerson. 2 A E, \\'. F \'icksburg. Mississippi 

Asa \L\tteson Willis. <I> K * Hinesdale. Illinois 

James Warren Wright, n K A, n A N Marion, Virginia 

Alfred F. Zachry, Jr., * A w West Point, Virginia 



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Alexander R. Abrahams. A T A Wilmington, Delaware 

Vincent Cassal Adamson, n K A Garden City, New York 

William Heath Allen, IT K <l> College Park, Georgia 

Jay Pollock Altmayer, Z B T Mobile, Alabama 

Carl Dennis Anderson, <t> r A Oak Hill, West Virginia 

Charles James Andrews, 2 X Norfolk, Virginia 

Robert Watson Arnold, Jr., 4> K 2 Waverly, Virginia 

C.'\RL Arenz McDonogh. Maryland 

Baird AugL'Stus Ashley, A X A Charleston, W'est Virginia 

Kirk Meek Baker. 2 X Keokuk, Iowa 

James Alan Ballard Exmore, Virginia 

Herbert Baltuch, * K n New York, New York 

Earnest Clifeord Barrett. Jr., 4> A Indianapolis. Indiana 

Karl Ed\\ard Beamer Covington, Virginia 

Porter Dl'ane Berry, * K 2 Vinton, Virginia 

John Bosman, A X A North Branch, New Jersey 

Homer William Bowers, Jr., A Y South Charleston, West Virginia 

Frederick Peters Boxley, n K A Orange, \'irginia 

Joseph Francis Boylan, 2 * E New York, New York 

Douc.las Ellinipsico Brady Glasgow, Virginia 

Charles Carrollton Brasher. A Y. Rutherford, New York 

Albin Austin Bricker, Jr Stanley, Virginia 

Morton Allen Brown, 2 A E Louisville, Kentucky 

Theron Lavere Brown, 2 A E Washington, D. C. 

David Cabell Burks Natural Bridge. Virginia 

Landon Victor Butler, 2 A E Vicksburg, Mississippi 

Charles Arthur Butterworth, Jr Columbus, Georgia 

James Alfred Byers : Catonsville, Maryland 

John Francis Byrne North Caldwell, New Jersey 

Robert Ashvvood Campbell, IT K A Hempstead, New York 

Thomas Herbert Carey, * K * W'ilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania 

Richard Beach Carll Haddonfield, New Jersey 

Donald Eugene Carmody Woodhaven, New York 

Deverton Carpenter, A T A Clifton Forge, Virginia 

^NIedford Cash ion, Jr Eudora, Arkansas 

Louis Patrick Cashman, Jr., 2 A E Vicksburg, Mississippi 

John Bealer Charlton Jamestown, New York 

Given Wood Cleek Warm Springs, Virginia 

Warren Alonzo Cliburn, n K 4> Chino, California 

Harold Waid Cochran, B © 11 Hinsdale, Illinois 

Oliver Lewis Coiburn \\'est Ro.xbury, Massachusetts 

Robert Vail Cole Boonton, New Jersey 

James Donald Coleman Washington, New Jersey 

William Joseph Collict Springfield, New Jersey 

William Herbert Cool, IT K A Shaker Heights, Ohio 

Barnum CoriLiDGE. n K 4> Muskegon. Michigan 

Thomas Burke Cottingham Philadelphia. Pennsylv;uiia 

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Emery Cox, Jr., A T n - Norfolk. \'irsinia 

James William O'Neill Curtis, <I> K 2 Villanova, Pennsylvania 

Mark Avery Daly, Jr., A X A Buffalo. New York 

William Henry Daniel, 2 X Tulsa, Oklahoma 

Benjamin Gordon Davies, a T A Gettysburg, Pennsylvania 

Luther Howard Davis, A T A Covington, Virginia 

Philip Chandler D.wis Sparta, Wisconsin 

Emersox Dickman, a X A Buffalo, New York 

Frank Fenwick Dixon, * r A Mount Hope. West Virginia 

Charles Russell Doane, n TC * Merrick, New York 

Lee Allen Dolan, a X A Glen Ridge, New York 

Jesse Burton Douglas, n K A Harlan, Kentucky 

Kenneth Gordon Dustin, B 11 East Mansfield, Massachusetts 

Raymond Francis Dustin, B n East Mansfield. Massachusetts 

William Clay Dwiggins. ^ A Lakeland, Florida 

Edwin Epstein, * E n East Orange, New Jersey 

Leo Roy Eakin Fairfield, Virginia 

Vincent Babcock Farley, 2 * E Wells. New York 

Carlton Omdahl Ericksen Upper Darby. Pennsylvania 

John Evans. * K * Forty Fort. Pennsylvania 

Daniel Andrew Fallat Yonkcrs, New York 

Stanley Kingsbaker Fish. Z B T Chicago, Illinois 

William Davis Fishback '. ..Versailles. Kentucky 

William Wright Fitzsimmons, Jr., 2 N Elizabeth, New Jersey 

Robert Vernon Flint Watertown, South Dakota 

Edgar Davis Flynn, Jr., 2 A E Moliile, Alabama 

Edwin Joseph Foltz, $ A Fort Smith, Arkansas 

David Weems Forbes, A Y Baltimore, :\Iaryland 

Jonathan Ford, a T a Cleveland. Ohio 

Ernest Everett Franklin, * K 2 Danville, Virginia 

Halsey Oakley Fuller Owego. New York 

Jerry Gabriel. Z B T Freeport. New York 

Collins Gaines, Jr., A T n Texarkana. Texas 

John Elder Gates, * T A Harrisburg. Pennsylvania 

"Eldridge Lee Gathright, 2 * E ...Bridgeport, Connecticut 

HowLAND Gary Alexandria, Virginia 

George Franklin Gilleland, IT K A Daytona Beach, Florida 

Clifford Newell Goff, Jr., * K * \shland. Kentucky 

Sherman Goodpaster, Jr.. * A Frankfort. Kentucky 

Robert Edwin Graham. K A Sumter. South Carolina 

Charles Burks Griffis Natural Bridge. Virginia 

George Thomas Hall. A Y Liberty. ^Missouri 

Randolph Van Lew Hall 2 A E New Haven. Connecticut 

Paul Harold Hardy. Jr.. <t> A © Harrisonburg. Virginia 

Lewis Ray Hatten. 2" X Gulfnort. Afississippi 

Charles Kelsey Hauke, A X A Royal Oak. Michigan 

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Jesse Robert Hayes, Z B T Jamaica, New York 

Thomas Moore Hayes, Jr., n K A JMonroe. Louisiana 

Donald Fuller Heatherington Richmond, Vermont 

Charles Milton Hecker, $ T A Richmond, Virginia 

James Earl Hicks, A X P Rockville Center. New York 

Beverly M. Higginbotham Rupert. West Virginia 

Harry Simon Hiller Lawrence, New York 

Omer Lee Hirst Alexandria, Virginia 

Lloyd Whitley Hoagland, Jr., * r A Summerville, New Jersey 

Jason Dexter Hobbie, HL K 2 Roanoke, Virginia 

Robert Coleman Hoff, 2 A E Milwaukee, Wisconsin 

James Meek Hoge, 11 K A Marion, Virginia 

Henry Freemont Hull. IT K <i> Lyme, Connecticut 

Norman Perry Iler, A T Q Louisville, Kentucky 

William Oscar Irvin, Jr., 2 N Daingerfield, Texas 

John Michael Jenkins, Jr., 2 A E Montgomery, Alabama 

Graham Johnson Zanesville, Ohio 

John Martin Jones, HL K 2 Sweetwater, Tennessee 

Phillip Sibley Jones, n K $ West Hartford, Connecticut 

Martin Zachary Kaplan, 4> E 11 Louisville, Kentucky 

Charles William Karraker, Jr.. B n Louisville, Kentucky 

Robert Percy Kingsbury Elizabeth, New Jersey 

Walter Francis Kirk, K 2 Hasbrouck Heights, New Jersey 

Stanley Reno Wasner Koss. B n Englewood, New Jersey 

Horace Zachary Kramer, 4> E 11 Manhattan Beach, New York 

William Alvin Landreth, K 2 Fort Worth, Texas 

Victor Racco La Volpe Elizabeth, New Jersey 

Stephen Bacon Lee, A T n Washington, D. C. 

James Rogers Leech Lexington, Virginia 

Herman Soloman Levine W^ashington, New Jersey 

Robert Eugene Lorton, 2 X Tulsa, Oklahoma 

Stanley Confer Lott Dayton, Ohio 

George Spottswood Lowry Clifton Forge, Virginia 

George Woodrow Lowry, 2 N Clinton, Oklahoma 

Gilbert Felix Lowy, Z B T Milwaukee, Wisconsin 

Douglas Waldemar Lund, A Y Lexington, Virginia 

Albert Lustbader, Z B T Brooklyn, New York 

John Malcolm McCardell. * A Frederick. Maryland 

Alvin Bertram McClelland, Jr., 2 A E Elizabeth, New Jersey 

Arthur Pugh Gorman AIcGinnes, Jr Wayne, Pennsylvania 

Alexander McIntosh. \ T CI West Haven, Connecticut 

Charles See McXultv, Jr., 4> K 2 Roanoke. Virginia 

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John Ireland Macey, $ r A Paris, Kentucky 

Harold Calvin Magoon, * K * Buffalo, New York 

Alfred Norman Mangino Bound Brook, New Jersey 

Lewis Edward Mangus Vesuvius, Virginia 

Kerford Armstrong Marchant, A X A Norfolk, Virginia 

Allen Erdman Harden, B ® 11 East Orange, New Jersey 

Albert Edward Martin Baltimore, Maryland 

Everett Armstrong Martin , Norfolk, Virginia 

John Hiram Mason, A X A Norfolk, Virginia 

Charles Arnold Matthews Charlie Hope, Virginia 

William Roland Miller, Jr., A T n Norfolk, Virginia 

Joseph Franklin Mills, Jr., 5 N Henderson, North Carolina 

Harold Edgar Montague, n K $ Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 

James Shelton Moody, n K A Plant City, Florida 

Alfred Preston Moore, <I> K 2 Blacksburg, Virginia 

Alfred Milton Morrison Lexington, Virginia 

Robert Clinton Moss, Jr., * r A Richmond, Virginia 

Douglas James Munhall Buffalo, New York 

William Atwater Mussen, * K * Newburgh, New York 

William Parker Neal, A X P East Peacham, Vermont 

John Champ Neely Fairmont, West Virginia 

Jonathan Russell Nicholson, Jr., K 2 Spangler, Pennsylvania 

Benjamin Lockwood Olds, 2 A E Winnetka, Illinois 

Jesse Carroll Outten, a T A Cape Charles, Virginia 

Howard Calvert Owings, Jr., A X A Norfolk. Virginia 

Osgood Hazard Peckam, A T A Asheville, North Carolina 

Robert Marsteller Peek, Jr., 2 A E Little Rock, Arkansas 

Robert Kay Peffer, 4) r A Ambridge, Pennsylvania 

Michael Archangel Perna, III Hazleton, Pennsylvania 

Russell Dixon Peters, A X A Roanoke, Virginia 

WiLLARD Eugene Peterson, 2 A E Duluth, Minnesota 

Alan Gregory Pettigrew, * K 2 Richmond, Virginia 

Jack Bradley Pierce, A T n Marblehead, Massachusetts 

Henry Minor Pipes, K A Houma, Louisiana 

Theodore McFaddin Plowden. $ A ® Sumter, South Carolina 

Herbert Addison Porter, Jr.. 2 X.- Boissevain, Virginia 

Edwin Justin Prescott. Jr.. n K A Big Stone Gap, Virginia 

Robert Claude Pultz Lexington, Virginia 

James Edward Quisexberry Roanoke, Virginia 

Robert Ricketts Radcliff Freflerick. Maryland 

Albert Atlee Radcliffe Frederick. .Mar\ kmd 

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THE FRESHMEN 

Edward Charles Rankin, <I> K ^ Oak Park, Illinois 

Lamar Conway Rau Charles Town, West Virginia 

Edward Gordon Rawls, K A Portsmouth, Virginia 

John Wesley Ray. <I> A Washington, D. C. 

Harry Charles Reed, A T 12 Long Beach, New York 

Kelley Evert Reed, Jr., K 2 South Charleston, West Virginia 

Sidney Neall Repplier, * K ^ Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Robert Roy Richardson, Jr., 2 A E Cleveland, Ohio 

Horace Stewart Richardson, A T A Bedford, Indiana 

Maurice Cowl Rider, Jr,, 2 A E Sinking Spring, Pennsylvania 

Thomas Beebe Ripy, <I> K * Lawrenceburg, Kentucky 

Alfred Newton Robbins, Jr.. A T Cl Holliston, Massachusetts 

Mark Leigh Robinson New York, New York 

Charles Edwin Roth, * E n Henderson, North Carolina 

Park Shepherd Rouse, Jr Newport News, Virginia 

Galen Brown Royer, 2 N Wood Ridge, New Jersey 

Edgar Bierne Ruff Elkhorn, West Virginia 

James Randolph Ruth, 2 X Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 

Elmer Rohrer Sager, Jr Frederick, Maryland 

Wilton Wade Sample, 2 A E Shreveport, Louisiana 

John Bradford Sanford. 2 A E Atlanta, Georgia 

Ben Edward Schull, <I> K ^ Clinton, Indiana 

Robert Burch Secord, A X A Detroit, Michigan 

David Herrick Seeley, B © n Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Louis P. Sgrignoli Elizabeth, New Jersey 

Joseph Richard Sharpe, Jr Meadowbrook, Pennsylvania 

John Henry Sherman, 2 N Haynesville, Louisiana 

John Howard Shoaf, 2 N San Antonio, Texas 

George Edward Sillik. Jr.. Towson, Maryland 

Richard Edward Simox, Z B T Wilmette, Illinois 

Arthur Williams Sinclair, IT K A Manassas, Virginia 

Langdon Lamar Skarda, K A Clovis, New Alexico 

Thomas Brooks Skinner, K 2 Winston-Salem, North Carolina 

Augustus Blair Slough Glasgow, Virginia 

David Benjamin Smith, n K * Charlotte, North Carolina 

James Hiram Smith Lexington, Virginia 

Wilbur Thomas Smith, B n Covington, Virginia 

Alexander Erskine Sproul, $ r A Staunton, Virginia 

Archibald Alexander Sproul, III Middlebrook, Virginia 

Stedman Stowers, 2 * E Lowell, Massachusetts 

George Robert Straley, * K 2 Ripley, West Virginia 

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Anthony John Strauss, Jr., n K 4> _ New York, New York 

Richard Kingsley Stuart Millers Falls. Massachusetts 

Watson Andrew Sudduth, 2 A E Vicksburg, Mississippi 

William S. Sutherland, Jr Pequannock, New Jersey 

Maurice John Swan, Jr., 2 A E Evanston, Illinois 

Joseph Montgomery Taylor Lexington, Virginia 

Cornelius Spencer Terhune, n K * Hackensack, New Jersey 

Thomas Bernard Tolley Lexington. Virginia 

Emil Emanuel Tomchik Lansford. Pennsylvania 

John Bradley Tomlinson, 2 N Washington. D. C. 

Souther Fulton Tompkins Lexington, Virginia 

Robert Edward Tushingham, A Y CoUingswood, New Jersey 

Donald Davis Vandling, * T A Ambridge. Pennsylvania 

Dean Nelson Van Dyke, $ A ; Devon, Pennsylvania 

Leonard Estill Van Ness Murat, Virginia 

Andrew William Vickers, A X A Montgomery. West Virginia 

Charles Jones Walker. 2 X Lancaster. Kentucky 

Robert Mebane Wall. A T A Leaksville. North Carolina 

Fred Eason Waters. Jr.. n K * College Park. Georgia 

William Thomas Watkins, 2 N Henderson, North Carolina 

Charles Robertson Watt, IT K A Plainfield. New Jersey 

Latham Burrows Weber. >I> K 2 Salamanca. New York 

Philip Weinsier. Z B T Brookh'n. New York 

Bernard Ellsworth Weisse, A T A Covington, Virginia 

Charles Stephenson Wells, A T A Evanston, Illinois 

Robert Daniel Wertman, A X A Detroit. Michigan 

Albert Flory Wike, * K * Shaker Heights. Ohio 

William Cutting Wilbur. Jr Charleston. South Carolina 

James Robert Wilde Hazleton. Pennsylvania 

Lewis Daniel Williams. Jr.. B n Elizabeth. New Jersey 

Thomas Aloysius Williams. Jr.. 2 N Richmond, Virginia 

Fillmore Gilkeson Wilson Greensboro, North Carolina 

Lawrence White Wilson. Jr Greensboro. North Carolina 

William Laney Wilson. K A Cumberland. Maryland 

Clark Burritt Winter. IT K * Freeport. New York 

Alfred Howard Wishnew Brooklyn, New York 

William Fielden Woodward. A T n Louisville, Kentucky 

Alexander Henry Wray, n K A .Burlington, Vermont 

Giles Calvin Wright, * K * Ashland. Kentucky 

Frank Henry Yaffe. Z B T jMilwaukee. Wiscon.sin 

William Arnold Youxg. n K A ...Hunt^ville, .-Mabama 

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BOOK THREE- 

FRATERNITIES 




ARABIAN NIGHTS 

HE glamorous mysticism of the old Orient prevailed 
in all its brilliance during the Foncy Dress Ball of 1929. 
As the Sultano Scheherazade was brought into the 
palace of King Shahryar, ruler of Persia, to regale him 
with the fascinating thousond and one tales that was to 
save her life, she found herself surrounded by all the 
vivid characters of the legendary Arabian Nights. And 
so throughout that night of fantosy the Sultana drew 
forth Ali Bobo, the Forty Thieves, Sinbad the Sailor, 
Nautch dancers, Aladdin, temple slaves, and a host of 
others to parade before the Persian ruler in an en- 
trancing spectacle. 




JACKSON MONUMENT 




IUti.kk, Stki.nbkrg, Walker, Hall 

Safford, Hawkins. Tucker, Clark^ Fowler, Willard, Cole, Livencood 

Cremin, Wallace, Lowy, Winfree, Farrar, Cohen, Saunders 



INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL 



Officers 

Dr. T. J. Farrar President 

P. B. Winfree, Jr Secrelary 

Members 

R. B S AFFORD Phi Kappa Psi 

W. W. Hawkins, Jr Beta Tlieta Pi 

C. H. Cohen Kappa Alpha 

H. C. Hall Alpha Tau Omega 

W. C. Cremin Sigma Chi 

V. F. Tucker Sigma Alpha Epsilon 

J. R. Saunders Phi Gamma Delta 

P. B. Winfree, Jr Kappa Sigma 

K. P. Willard Sigma Nu 

J. Walker, Jr Phi Delta Theta 

S. L. Clark, Jr Pi Kappa Alpha 

R. G. LivENGooD Phi Kappa Sigma 

H. W. Butler Delta Tau Delta 

K. R. Cole Sigma Phi Epsilon 

I. G. Wallace, Jr Pi Kappa Phi 

A. P. Lowv Zeta Beta Tau 

Bernard Steinberg Phi Epsilon Pi 

A. M. Fowler Lambda Chi .-Mpha 

G. F. Wing Deha Upsilon 

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Dickey 
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Robert William Dickey Hale Houston 

Fitzgerald Flournoy Livingston Waddell Smith 

John Alexander Veech 






Fratres in Universitate 

Class of 1934 

Thorton Granville Berry. Jr. Robert Beardsley Safford 

William E\-elyn Hutchings. Jr. Daniel Boone Startsman 

William Charles W.^lkinshaw 

Class of 1935 
Cyrus Victor Anderson Norman Frederic Hill 

Frederick Love Fox Carney Graham Laslie. Jr. 

Ch.\rles L(iv.\l Walker, Jr. 









Class of 1Q36 

Harry Lee Bowman Robert George Geiger, Jr. 

Richard Van Tassell Criss Samuel Hamptox Halley. Jr. 

Edgar Everett Eaton. Jr. Randolph Wiley Tixkek 

Asa Mattesox Willis 






Class of igs7 



Thomas Herbert Carey 
John Price Evans 
Clifford Newell Goff 
Harold Calvin Magoon 
William Atwater Mussex 



Edward Charles Raxkex 
Sidney Neall Reppi.ier 
Thomas Beebe Ripy 
Bex- Edward Schull 
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Seelev 
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Dexter 
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Founded, Miami Uiiii'crsily. 1S39 

Alpha Rho Chapter 

Established, 1S56 



Fratres in Urbe 



Theodore F. Morton 
Graham Robinson 



Hugh A. White 
GooDRiDGE A. Wilson 



Fratres in Universitate 
Class of 11)34 



John Walters Dexter 

Claude Harrison, Jr. 

William Waller Hawkins, Jr. 



William Tonsey Homberg 
Edwin Henkel Pevvett 
Henry Waller, Jr. 



John Stewart Beagle 



Harris Ewalt Anderson- 
Frank Donnell Crew 
Roland Wood Hyatt, Jr. 
George Roger Myers, Jr. 



Class of 1935 

L. Leslie Helmer 

Class of 1936 

Ray James Wallace 



Class of 1937 



Harold Waid Cochran, Jr. 
Kenneth Gordon Dustin 
Raymond Francis Dustin 
Charles William Karraker 



Duncan Goldthwaite Groner 



.\lfred Lee Reeser 
Giles James Sechler 
William Austin Smith 
Henry Helwig Staehlixg. Jr. 



Stanley Reno Wasner Kos 
.\llex Ekdmax Mardex 
David Herrick Seeley 
Wilbur Thomas Smith 



Lewis Daniel Williams. Jr. 



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Smith 
Williams 



Harris 



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FoKiidcii, Wasliiiuilon and Lcc University. 1S63 

Alpha Chapter 

Eiiahlislu-d. lS6_^ 






Norman Burgess 
John Campbell 
General W. H. Cocke 



Fratres in Urbe 

Dr. R. p. Cooke 
Colonel Dodson 
Colonel H, C. Ford 
Greenlee D. Letcher 



Fratres in Facultate 



John Alexander Graham 
John Hicgins Williams 



William Havwood Moreland 
William Miller Hinton 



Fratres in Universitate 
Class of 19S-I 



Joseph Ashby Burton 
Cornelius Henry Cohen 
Milton Lanier Harris 



Sidney Harrison Kelsey 
William Haywood Moreland. Jr. 
William Henry Vick 



Manning Holland Williams 



Class of 1935 



Rudolph Bumgardner. Jr. 
Early Coleman Clements 
Edwin Tilgham Coulbourn 
Harry Lewis Fitzgerald 
John Meredith Grahaji, Jr. 



Charles William Hamilton 
George William Hohanness 
William Clarence Orth 
Harvard Payson Smith 
Hiram Columbus Taylor 



William Louis Wilson 



Jack Foley Bailey 
Charles Brinson Cross, Jr. 
Stewart Atwood H.\tch 
Charles Welton Hawks 



Class of 1936 



Class of 1937 



John David Locke 
Robert McEvoy MacLaurin 
William Charles Jeoffrey Mower 
Frank Henry Reed 



Robert Edwin Graham 
Henry Minor Pipes 



Edward Gordon Rawls 
Langdon L.ymar Skarda 



William Lanev Wilson. Jr. 



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Magrath 
Gaines 

Mertz 
Laird 
Corrigan 
McNeill 

McBee 

McLaughlin- 
Dura NTE 

Mathes 

DOANE 

Walters 

BoLEN 

Young 
Harwell 
Hall 

Brennan 
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FoKiidcd. I'irginia Military Institute, 1S63 

Virginia Beta Chapter 

Established, 1S63 

Fratres IX Urbe 
Matthew W. Paxtox Matthew W. Paxton, Jr. 



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Dr. Henry Donalii Campbell Harrv Killinger Young 



Fratres in Universitate 
Class of [()S4 



Amos Alonzo Bolen 
Bernard Elliott Brennan 
James Duncan Burn 
Henry Kellogg Doane 



Class of I9S5 



Lynne Morris Atmar 
Guy Hewitt Branaman. Jr. 
Harry Holderby Darxall 
Jay Geiger Henthorne 

Lucien Lyne Smith. Jr. 



Hudson Clark Hall 
Warren Douglas Matthews 
Harrison Merrill Walters, Jr. 
Frank John Young 

Richard James McLaughlin 
David Scott MacDonald 
Patrick Charles Mathes, Jr. 
Edgar Marshall Nuckols. Jr. 



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Robert Foster Corrigan 
Albert Joseph Durante, Jr. 
William David Ellis 
Richard McCabe Gumm 
Henry Ernest Harwell 
Knight Laird 
John McBee 

Emory Cox, Jr. 
Collins Gaines, Jr. 
Norman Perry Iler. Jr. 
Stephen Bacon Lee 



Class of T9S~ 



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Robert Warren Macrath 
Samuel Thomas Martin 
Robert Henry Mertz 
Lyle Stickly Moore, Jr. 
Joseph Burghard Thomas 
Henry Pilchard Walters 

-Alexander McIntosh 
William Roland Miller. Jr. 
Tack Bradley Pierce 
-Alfred Xewton Robbins, Jr. 

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Porter 
Andrews 
Baker 



Lorton 
Anderson 
Ruth 
Alden 



Cremin 
Daniel 
Sparks 
Barthel 



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Newton 
Fishburne 

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Founded, Miiiiiii Uiiiz'Ci-sily. iS^ 

Zeta Chapter 

Eslablislu'd. iS66 

Frater in Urbe 
Samuel Wright Ravder 









Frater in Facultate 
Christopher Ernest Barthel, Jr. 

Fratres in Universitate 
Class of IQS4 
Thomas Dunawav Anderson Darbv Wood Betts 

Walter Calkins Cremin 






Thomas Dexter Alden 
Timothy Oswald Cremin 
John Alfred X'ewton 



Tracy Fishburne 
Gilbert Carlyi.e McKown 



Class of 1935 



Class of 1936 



Lamar Quincey Porter 
Thomas Everett Sparks 
William Henry Trl'slow, Jr. 



Samuel Bowen Moore 
Richmond Witham Smith 



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Charles James Andrews. Jr. 
Kirk Meek Baker 
William Henry Daniels 



Robert Eugene Lorton 
James Randolph Ruth 
Charles Jones Walker 



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Cashman 

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McCcLLY 

Saneord 
Richardson 
Brown 
Dyer 

Peek 

Peterson 
Hager 

Flynn 

McClelland 
Kliefoth 
Strong 

DiGGS 

Robinson 
Cover 

Van Voast 

SUDDUTH 

Hall 

Wilkeeson 

Koch 
Watts 
Butler 

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rounded, Alabama University, lSj6 

Virginia Sigma Chapter 



John P. Darnell 



Establislicd. 1S67 
Fratres in Urbe 



W. L. Forrester 



Fratres in Facultate 
Frank J. GillL'Mi Charles Rice McDowell 

Fratres in Universitate 

Class of igs4 

Claibourne Henry Darden William Ernest Kliefoth 

Everett Ernest Fisher James Dixon McCully 

John Withnell Hager Victor Franklin Tucker 

Samuel Acker Wooi.ford 



William Arthur Cover 
John Marion Dean 
William Purnell Diggs 
William Haskiel Dyer 



Class of IQSS 



James Walker 



Class of igs6 
Lane Randall Baird 
John Tobias Cover 
Charles Henry Koch 
Fletcher FitzGesald Maynard 



Robert English Field 
Thomas Walker Mehler 
Samuel Henry Moore 
Frederick de Rossett Strong 



Alvin Herman Moravveck, Jr. 
Frederic Morrison Robinson, Jr. 
Robert Philip VanVoast 
Jajies Owen Watts, Jr. 



Charles Willis Wilkerson 



Class of 19s 



Morton Allen Brown 
Victor L.\ndon Butler 
Louis Patrick Cashman, Jr. 
Edgar D.wis Flynn, Jr. 
Randolph VanLew Hall 
Robert Coleman Hoff 
John Michael Jenkins, Jr. 
Alvin Bertram McClelland, Jr. 



Benjamin Lockwood Olds 
Robert Marsteller Peek. Jr. 
Eugene Willard Peterson 
Robert Roy Richardson, Jr. 
^LAURICE Cowl Rider 
Wilton Wade Sample 
John Bradford Sanford 
Watso-n Andrew Suddi'th 



John Maurice Swan, Jr. 






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Mavo 
Hecker 

Summers 
Pew 
Sproul 

Krewson 
Harding 
Hanley 
Alexander 

Simmons 
Macey 
Peffer 

Vandling 
Jones 

Aerahart 
Saunders 

Kellev 

HiCGINS 

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PHI GAMMA DELTA 

Founded. Washiuyton and Jefferson, 1S4S 

Zeta Deuteron Chapter 

Established. iSOS 

Fratres in Facultate 
William Gleason Bean George Junkin Irwin 

Ollinger Crenshaw William Latta Mapel 

Francis Pendleton Gaines Larkin Hundley Farinholt 

Fratres in Universitate 
Class of 1934 



William Brockley Carver 
John Alexander Hanlev 

Class of 1935 
Charles Preston Anderson, Jr. 
William Howard Alexander 
John Willis Ball 
Stanley Carmen Higgixs. Jr. 
James Preston Jordan 

Class of 1936 
Harry Leonard .\brahart 
Joseph Lee Arnold 
Francis Charles Behle, Jr. 
James Harold Duncan 
Joseph Jefferson Harding. Jr. 
Turner Morison 



Carl Dennis Anderson 
Frank Fenwick Dixon 
John Elder Gates 
Charles Milton Hecker 
Lloy'd Whitley Hoagland. 



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Maury Alexander Jones 
John Richard Saunders 



Richard Lownes Kelley 
Eugene Earl Krewson 
William Duncan McDavid 
Robert Bass Mayo 
John Lyle Summers 



Dickson Stauffer Mullin 
John Carlyle Nagle 
Marlen Edwin Pew, Jr. 
Alfred Marvin Pullen. Jr. 
William Thomas Riley 
ToHx Ktrton Simmons 



John Ireland Macey 
Robert Clinton Moss. Jr. 
Robert Kay Peffer 
Alexander Erskine Sprocl 
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Landreth 

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Huffman 
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founded, Uiii-i\'i-sity of I'lrgiiiia. iS6g 

Mu Chapter 

EstahUshed, iS/S 

Frater in Facultate 
Robert Henry Tuckkr 

Fratres in Facultate 
Class of JQS4 



Frank Cullen Bryant 
Arthur Talmage Gunn. Jr. 



Harvey Pride 

Peyton Brown Wixfree, Jr. 



Sherwood Willing Wise 



Class of 1935 
James Stewart Buxton 
Sam Benton Cantey. HI 
Robert Franklin Cooper 
John Dresden Copenhaver 
James Douglas Finley 

Class of IQ36 
Edward Scott Boze. Jr. 
John Miller Capito 
George Maxwell Hawley 
Edward Wellington Hiserman 



Class of IQ37 



Jason Dexter Hobbik. HI 
John Martin Jones, HI 
Walter Francis Kirk. Jr. 



William Wilson Fowlkes 
Forrest Edward Huffman 
Lewis Wendell Martin 
Samuel Crawford Mattox 
Benjamin Hairstox Townes 

William P.aul ]Morrison 
James .Anderson Robert.^ox 
Ralph HARGRA^'Es Smith 
Hardwick Stuart 



William -\lvin Landreth 
Jonathan Rltssell Nicholson. Jr. 
Kelley Evert Reed, Tr. 



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FiTZSIMMONS 

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Mills 

Hatten 
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Porter 

Beales 

hoofstitler 
Harwood 

S HOAF 

Wright 
Watkins 
Bailey 

Connor 
Hazell 
Seraphine 
Sal'erbrun 

Uggla 
Harvey 
Worrell 

Brown 
Gardner 
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Foiiiuicd, I'iriiiiiiu Military liistilutc, lS6g 

Lambda Chapter 

listablishcd. /.V.V.' 



Colonel Bates 
Major Clark son 
Ralph I. Da\'es 
Major Grove 



Fratres in Urbe 



Thomas H. Wright 



R. S. Hutcheson 
J. T. Preston 
Colonel Purdie 
Richard A. Smith 



Fratres in Facultate 



Glover Dunn Hancock 



Charles Porterfield Light 



Fratres in Universitate 
Class of 1934 



Robert Dartas Bailev. Jr. 
Winston William Brown 
Fred Hadiky Hamilton 
Norman Harold Hatten 



Clarence Senter Worrell 



Harry Oliver Hazell 
Robert Harry Madden 
Clifford Anderson Sauerbrun 
Philip Jerome Seraphine, Jr. 



Class of I9S5 
James Cushman Gardner 
Leonard Lewis Harvey 
Alexander Gilliam Harwood, IH 
Jackson Martin Hobbie. Jr. 



Walter Randolph Eeales 
Joseph Hewitt Berrien 
William Allen Connor 
George Wright Harrison 
Wade Hampton Hatten. Jr. 
William Bailey Hoofptitler 



Class of 1936 

Jr. 



Thomas Eldridge Mears. Jr. 
Jim Ellsworth Ml'nford 
K.ARL Porter Willard 
Daniel Edward Wright. Jr. 



Elmer Ray Laughter 
John Fillmore McFadden, Jr. 
Howard Eugene Melton 
Robert Pittm.an Reese 
Edward Morgan Rosser, H 
Edward Leroy Seitz 



Arnold Helmi-rid Uggla 



William Wright Fitzsimmoxs 
Lewis Ray Hatten 
William Oscar Irvin, Jr. 
George Woodrow Lo\\-rv 
Joseph Franklin Mills, Jr. 
Herbert Addison Porter, Jr. 



Class of io.v" 

Jr. 



Galex Brown Royer 
JoHX Henry Sherman- 
Jo hx Howard Shoaf 
JoH.x Bradley Tomlixson 
William Thomas Watkins 
Thomas Aloysius Williams, Jr. 



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Plowdex 

Thompson 
Smith 
Walker 
Lanier 

Walker 

Jennings 
Donaldson 

Barrett 

Massengale 
Pope 
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Foiiiidi'tt, Midiiii ['iii:vrsily. 1S4S 

Virginia Zeta Chapter 

Established. JliS; 



Colonel Edwards 



Fratres in Urbe 



Colonel Pendleton 



Edward Lacey Graham 



Frater in Facultate 
Earl Stansbury Mattingly 

Fratres in Universitate 

Class of igs4 

James Edwin Belser, Jr. Lewis Eugene Hardwick 

Daniel Terrill Dunn Alexander Campbell Thompson 

Joseph Walker. Jr. 

Class of 1935 
Harry Moore Rhett. Jr. Thomas Chestnut Smith 

William Rogers Sphar. Jr. 



Lewis Elliott Chaze 
WiLBERT Early Donaldson 
Earle Willis Jennings. Jr. 
Kenneth Proctor Lane 



Class of IQS6 

Alfred Zachary 
Class of 19^7 



Ernest Clifford Barrett, Jr 
William Clay Dwiggins 
Edwin Joseph Foltz 
Sherman Goodpaster, Jr 



Bruce Nichols Lanier 
Walter Terrell Lawton. Jr. 
John Thomas Massengale 
Arthur Esme Pope 



Paul Harold Hardy, Jr. 
John Malcolm McCardell 
Theodore McFadden Plowden 
ToHN Wesley Ray 



Dean Nelson \'an Dyke 
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WiGLESWORTH 

Cool 
Watt 
Hayes 
Thomas 

GiLLELAND 
HoGE 

Shroder 
Prescott 
Douglas 
Payne 
Sale 
Pritchard 
Clark 

Robertson 
Chappell 

TuRNEY 

Hodges 
MacDonald 

Maury 

Smith 

Wilson 
Schuhle 
Campbell 

Edwards 

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FoiiiulcJ. Uiik'crsity of rinniiia. lS6S 

Pi Chapter 

Established. iSg2 

Frater in Urbe 
Major A. Willis Robertson 

Frater in Facultate 

Clayton Epes Williams 

Fratres in Universitate 
Class of igs4 



James Allen Black 
Edward Westray Chappell, Jr. 
Samuel Lake Clark 
William Gregg Grove. Jr. 
LeRoy Hodges. Jr. 

Robert Knapp Turney 



Rolland Hamilton Berry 
Thomas Jefferson Busby 
Arthur Murphv Doty 
Richard Thomas Edwards 



Class of J 93 5 
Jr. 



Francis Moss Hoge 
Clyde Alwyn Johnson 
Charles Austin Pritchard 
Joseph Henry Sawyers 
John Ford Shroder 



Thomas Alfred Morris, Jr. 
William Schuhle, Jr. 
Charles Cornelius Smith 

WiNTHROPE ChAMBERLIN SmITH 



Tyree Francis Wilson 



Class of 1936 



Kenneth Gordon MacDonald 
Gregory Sears Maury 
Samuel Tilford Payne. Jr. 
Harry Leigh Robertson 



James Warren Wright 



John Graham Sale. Jr. 
Walter Glegge Thomas 
Charles Stevens Wassum 
William Addams Welch. Jr. 



Class of 1937 



Vincent Cassel Adam son 
Frederick Peters Boxley 
Robert .\shwood Campbell 
William Herbert Cool 
Jesse Bl'Rtox Douglass 
George Franklin Gilleland 
James Meek Hoge 



Thomas Moorf, Haves, Jr. 
James Shelton M(X)dv 
Edwin Justin Prescott, Jr. 
.\rthur Williams Sinclair 
Charles Robertson Watt 
Alexander Henry Wray 
William Arnold Young 



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Founded, Uiik'crsity of Pcuiisyl'^'aiiia. iSjO 

Alpha Alpha Chapter 

Established. iSg4 
Fratres in Urbe 



Mercer Grahax 
Frank Moore 



Stuart Moore 
John Preston Moore 



William Rafterv 



Fratres in Facultate 

Donald Eraser Martin 



Lucius Junius Desha 

Fratres in Universitate 
Class of 1934 
William Wallace Barron 
Thomas Michael Boland 

RUGELEY FlERSON DeVaN. Jr. 

Robert Glenn Livengood 
George Douglas McCluke 



Frederick Newman Sager 
Wallace Bacon Sheffield 
Joel Spurgeon Snyder, Jr. 
Everett Tucker, Jr. 
John Herman Thomas 



Loyal Paul Gassman 
Gary Eldrige Patrick 



Class of 1935 
Class of IQ36 



William Vance Brooks 
Price Morgan Davis, Jr. 
Edward Angus Powell 
Henry Hose Riley, Jr. 

Xorman Ross Thurston 

Class of IQ37 
Robert Watson Arnold 
Porter Duane Berry 
James William O'Neill Curtis 
Ernest Everett Franklin 



William Harvey Seaton, Jr. 
James Davidson Walker 

William Francis Rothert 
William Reuger, HI 
Herbert Elias Sloan, Jr. 
Ch.arles Atwater Sweet, Jr. 



Charles See McNultv, Jr. 
Alfred Preston Moore 
.Alan Gregory Pettigrew 
George Robert Straley 



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Butler 

Drake 

Abrahams 
Carpenter 
Thirkieli) 

Davies 

Harrelson 
Beale 

Drake 
Drake 
Graves 
Eichelberger 

Allen 

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Founded. Bclluiiiy College, iS^g 

Phi Chapter 

Established, iSg6 

Frater in Facultate 
Thomas James Farrar 

Fratres IX Universitate 
Class of IQ^4 



Henry West Butler 
Harry Lee Eichelberger 
Thomas Willis Grav'es 



Class of igs5 



William \\'ixtox Gerber 



Claude Andrews La\'arre 
Arthur Clarence Tonsmeire 
Donald Reiter Wallis 



Allen McRae Harrelson. Jr. 






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John David Walls 



Leigh Briscoe Allen, Jr. 
James X'aughan Beale 
John Wallace Davies 
John Henry Myers Drake 



Class of 1936 



Class of igj/ 



Alexander Robert Abrahams, Jr. 
Deverton Carpenter 
Benjamin Gordon Davies 
Luther Howard Davis 
Jonathan Ford 

Stephenson Wells 



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WiNBOURNE MaGRUDER DrAKE 

James Ligon Price. Jr. 
Ben Anderson Thirkield 



Jesse Carroll Outtex 
Osgood Haz.-\rd Peckham 
Horace Stew.\rt Richardson 
Robert Mebane Wall 
Bernard Ellsworth Weisse 






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rounded. Kichnioiid College, igoo 

Virginia Epsilon Chapter 

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Fratres in Urbe 
Dr. Fraxk W. McClure Laird Young Thompson 









Fratres in Facultate 
Fletcher James Barnes. II James Strong Moffatt. Jr. 

Marcellus Henry Stowe 



Fratres in Universitate 

Class of igj!-/ 



Henry Edward Allen 
Robert Ira Bull, Jr. 
Kenneth Reese Cole 



H.ARRY FR(\NKLIN DaVIS 

W'lLLiAM Archibald Fairlie, Jr. 
Xeil Campbell Pascoe 



Howard Morgan Shaw 
Class of igs5 



Joseph \\'ard Fairlie 
Herbert Meriwether Griffith 



r/(i.j.f of igs6 



Herbert Henry Bauer 
James Edward Brvdges 
Constantine Xavier Dimas 
Matthew Hexry Duffy, Jr. 



Robert Edward Lee 
Thomas Kuiley Williams 



Oscar Richard Fletcher 
D.wiD John Gilmore 
Herman Herbert Hillegass 
Henry Chandler Pitcher 



Frank Xeeper Stradling 
Class of ig.u 



Albin Austin Bricker, Jr. 
Vincent Eabcock Early 



Eldridge Lee Gathright 
Stedman Stowers 



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Montague 
Wallace 

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Strauss 

JOXES 



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Founded. College of Cliarlcstoii, 1904 

Rho Chapter 

Established, igjo 



Fratres rx Facultate 
Earle Kerr Paxtox Raymon T. Johnson 



John Dillakd Battle, Jr 
Holmes Murphy Dyer 



Fratres in Universitate 
Class of IQS4 

Joseph Bernard Magee 
\\'iLLL\M Joseph Moran, Jr. 
Robert Bruce Shively 



George Richard Glynn 
Ferdinand Albert Hauslei> 
Bomar Arp Ldwrance 



Class of iQSj 



George Joseph McGeory 
George Edward Short 
Isaac Grier Wallace. Jr. 



Class of igs6 
Robert Miller Brown ED^\•ARD Walter Howerton 

Harold Lincoln Hickox. Jr. Isaac Glenn Shively 

Joseph John Pette 



William Heath .Allen- 
Warren Alonzo Cliburn 
Barnum Coolidge 
Charles Russell Doane 
Henry Frewort Hull 
Phillip Sibley Tuxes 



Class of iQjy 



Harold Edgar Montague 
David Benjamin Smith 
John Anthony Strauss 
Cornelius Spencer Terhune 
Fred Easox Waters, Jr. 
Clark Bi-rritt Winter 



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Altmayer 




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Foumlcd. College of City of Ncz,' York. 1S9S 

Alpha Epsilon Chapter 

Established, igso 



Frater in Urbe 

Isaac Weinberg 

Fratres in Universitate 
Class of igs I 



Joseph Marcus Freidmax 
Alan Seymour Goldstein 



Eli Finklestein 
Irvin Karlin 



Class of J935 



DoxALii Stuart Levinson 
Alfred Philip Lowv 



Edwin Meyer Marks 
Jerome Harold Spitz 



Class of 1936 

Harris Kempner Oppenheimer 

Robert Carl \\'ei.\stei.\ 



Jacob Selig Seligman 



Class of 1937 



Jay Pollock Altmayer 
Stanley Kincsbaker Fish 
Jerome Gabriel 
Jesse Robert Haves 



Gilbert F"klix Lowy 
Albert Lustbader 
Richard Edward Simox 
Philip Weixsier 



Fraxk Hexrv Yaffe 



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Garber 
Jones 




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Founded, CoUccic of City of X cik.< York, 1902 

Delta Chapter 

Established, igio 



Herbert Rudlin 



Fratres in Universitate 
Class of igs-t 



Bernard U. Steinberg 



WiLUAM Seeman Stern 

Class of 1935 
Sydney Lyons 









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Paul Fiech 

Julius Emanuel Garber 

Milton Arthur Honig 



Class of igs6 



Bernard Jones 

Robert Lester Xewburger 

Louis Albert Samstag. Jr. 






Herbert Baltuch 
Edwin Epstein 



Class of 193; 



Martin Zachary Kaplan 
Horace Zachary Kramer 



Charles Edwin Roth 



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Harman 
Price 

Mason 
Lubrecht 
Hauke 



Allen 
Crom 



Patton 
Prcner 
Daley 
A\'ertman 




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Founded. Boslon CiiiriTsity. 1909 

Gamma Phi Zeta 

llslablishcd. IQ^J 

Fratres in Urbe 



Warren Edward Tilson 






Frater in Facultate 
Marvin Grant Bauer 



Fratres in Universitate 



Edmond James Abbott 
Albert Meints Fowler 
Louis Frederick Lubrecht 



Class of J OS -I 



thiss of 1935 



Alan Franklyn Blasier 
James Edward Brown 



John Phillip Jones 
Class of 1936 



William Merrill Allen 
Osmond Tolmie Baxter 
Hugo Joseph Bonino 
Waldo Hunter Comins, Jr. 
Richard Torrance Cooke 



Class of 1937 



Baird Augustus Ashley 
John Hotchkins Bosman 
Mark Avery Daly. Jr. 
Emerson Dickman 
Lee Allen Dolan 

Robert Daniel Wertm; 



Francis Landey Patton 
George Alexander Pruner 
Carl Brannon Vickers 



Harry George, Jr. 
Harry Estel Harman 



James Ross Crom 
John Seitz Eshbaugh 
William Phillip Higgins 
Frank Leib Price 
John Herman Renken 

Charles Kelsey Hauke 
J.ACK Hiram Mason 
Howard Calvert Owings. Jr. 
Robert Burch Secord 
Andrew William ^'ICKERs 



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TWOMBLY 

tushixgham 

Fraxklix 
Latture 

WlXG 

McCauley 

Brasher 

Clarke 

MiDDLEKAUFF 

Coley 
Moss 
Stull 

Hall 
Haixes 
Terhux'E 
Dyer 

Boyd 

JOXES 

Foster 

Clixch 
McDougall 

JOHXSOX 

Forbes 

Chase 

Dixox 
Spohk 

Bexxett 
Ll'xd 
Haixes 

Howard 




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FoKiiiii-d. inilidiiis College, JS34 

Washington and Lee Chapter 

Estctblishcd. nijo 

Fratres in Facultate 
Rupert Xelson Latture E. Parker Twombly 

Edwix Henry Howard 



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Fratres in Universitate 
Class of ig34 



Caryl Olin Brownell 
Lawrence Russell Chase 
Thomas Luther Coley, Jr. 
Walter James Dixon 
Robert Campbell Dyer 
George Harding Foster 

Class of IQ33 
David John Bennett. Jk. 
Allen Manning Clinch 
James Montgomery Franklin 
John Regis Hart 
Robert Henry McCauley. Jr. 



Class of igs6 



George Boyd. Jr. 

Richard Charles Clarke, Jr. 

Robert Edward Holland, Jr. 



Sidney Ulfklder, Jr. 



Class 
Homer William Bowers. Jr. 
Charles Carrollton Brasher 
David ^\'EEMs Forbes 



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John Summer Haines 
Henry Lippincott Haines 
Henry Taylor Jones 
Franze Edward Lund, Jr. 
Reed Gantt McDougall 
George Fox Wing, HI 



Albert William Moss 
John Dolbeer Spohr 
Charles William Stull 
Gilbert Roscoe Swink, Jr. 
William Inglis Terhune 



Forbes Mohler Johnson 
ALartin Luther Kipps, Jr. 
Robert Fulton Middlekauf 



George Thomas Hall 
Douglas Waldemar Lund 
Robert Edward Tushingham 






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WASHIXGTOX COLLEGE IX 1865 



BOOK FOUR 

ORGANIZATIONS 







LE BAL BEAUX ARTS 

^ENEATH a thousand-hued rainbow ceiling 
that faded away in the cloudy distance, with 
gold and silver vases lighting an exotic, 
flowered black background, "Le Bal Beaux 
Arts" provided the unusual theme for Fancy 
Dress Ball of 1926. The beauty of the fine 
arts of sculpture, painting, music, poetry, 
drama, and the dance were symbolized in 
living tableaux, and the stately pageantry of 
Pilgrims and Pilgrim Maidens, of Colonial 
Gentlemen and Colonial Dames, of Medievol 
Courtiers and Court Ladies, was not quickly 
forgotten in the ensuing night of mirth and 
music and Fancy Dress memories. . . 



PUBLICATIONS 

THE UNIVERSITY PUBLICATION BOARD 

Officers 
Victor Franklin Tucker President 

John Dresden Copen haver Vice-President 

James Duncan Burn Secretary 

Edwin Henkel Pewett Treasurer 

Edwin Henkel Pewett F.xccutive Coniniittcexiaii 

Faculty Members 
Dean Frank J. Gilliam John Higcins Williams 

Members 

Calyx 
Joel S. Snvdhr, Jr. James Duncan Burn 

Richard Thomas Ehwards 

Ring-Tiim Phi 
Frank J. Young Manning H. Williams 

James D. McCully Edward H. Pewett 

Soiitlicni Collegian 
George H. Foster Victor F. Tucker 

Donald R. Wallis John D. Copen haver 




Burn. Gilliam. \\ ili.iams. Wallis 

Williams. Vdunc;. Pewett. Eiuvards. Foster 

CoPEXH.WEK. Ticker. MiCullv. Snyder 



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Editorial Staff 



Snyder 



JOEL SPL'RGEOX SXVDER. Jr. 
Editar-in-Chicf 



RICHARD T. EDWARDS Advisory Editor 

EDWARD W. CHAPPELL Manaijiiig Editor 

L. LESLIE HELMER Assistant Editor 

JOSEPH A. BURTOX Associate Editor 

GILBERT C. .McKOWAX Associate Editor 

LOYAL P. GASSMAX University Editor 

HERBERT RUDLIX Feature Editor 



KENXETH G. MacDOXALD Society Editor 

HERBERT E. SLOAX -ithletic Editor 

LEOXARD L. HARVEY Faculty Editor 

ALBERT J. DURANTE, Jr Fraternity Editor 

SAMUEL T. PAYXE, Jr Photographic Editor 

WILLIAM A. COyi^OR.Assistant University Editor 
LATHAM B. WEBER Assistant Fraternity Edtior 



J. E. 



,'. HYATT. Jr. 
GILLELAXD 
GARBER 



Editorial Associates 
j. w. o. curtis 

C. S. McNULTY 
W. F. WOODWARD 



A. H. UGGLA 
EDWIX EPSTEIX 
C. W. KARRAKER 




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JAMES DUNCAN BURN 
Biisuiess Manager 

Business Staff 



JOHN LYLE sr.MMERS, 



JOHN STEWART BEAGLE, 

Assistant Business 
EDWARD ANGUS POWELL, 

Assistant Business 

FLETCHER FITZGERALD MAYNARD, 

Subscription 



LANDON VICTOR BUTLER 
EMERY COX, Jr. 
HAROLD WAID COCHRAN, Ii 
CLIFFORD NEWELL GOFF, Tr 



KENNETH PROCTOR LANE...-)rfi'cr(wm« Manager 

ALFRED LEE REESER Collection Manager 

GEORGE BOYD, Tr Credit Manager 

JOHN BURNTON SI MMONS. .CiVcu/afion Manager 
EDWARD SCOTT BOZE, Jr., 

Assistant Advertising Manager 
ARTHUR CLARENCE TONSMEIRE, Jr., 

Assistant Advertising Manager 



Assistants 

edwin richard mccoy 
allen erd.man marden 

ROBERT CLINTON MOSS, Tr. 
TESSE CARROLL OUTTEN' 



WILLIAM THO.MAS RILEY 
DAVID HERRICK SEELEY 
JOHN HOWARD SHOAF 
WILBUR THOMAS SMITH 




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Associate Editors 
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MANNING WILLIAMS 
Acting Editor 



CALVIN M. DODD 



Assistant Editors 

Manaaimi Editor WALLACE DAVIES Feature Editor 

Aviw Editor JAMES PRICE E.rchanoe Editor 

FRANK PRICE Sports Editor 

Editorial Assistants 






L. B. WEBER 

w. t. lawton 

V. R. LaVOLPE 



Desk Staff 

I. E. HICKS 

b. H. PECKHAM 

Reporters 

G. BOYD, Tr. F. M. PALMER 

R. K. STUART R. W. TUCKER 

B. L. OLDS C. W, KARRAKER 

J. D. LOCKE 



J. L. PRICE 

O. T. BAXTER 

J. M. McCARDELL 




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Johnston. Peckham, Davies. Lawton. Wheelwright, Weber. Durante 

Price. Palmer, Carpenter. Johnson, Thirkield. Abrahams 



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McCuLI.Y 

J. D. McCULLY 

Business Manager 

Business Staff 

F. D. CREW Local Advertising Manager 

E. M. MARKS Out of Town Advertising Manager 

H. M. RHETT Circulation Manager 

F. M. MAYNARD Circulation Manager 

Staff Assistants 
e. e. mccoy r. j. bishop k. p. lane 

J. E. GARBER P. H. HARDY D. N. VanDYKE 

H. B. McClelland w. t. smith l. d. Williams 

A. E. martin l. v. butler b. e. schull 

a. E. WIKE R. E. SIMON E. C. BARNETT 

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Editorial 
Staff 



G. H. Foster 
Editor 



Associate Editors 



R. J. McLaughlin 

T. L. COLEY 



G. F. WixG 
W. C. Johnston 



J. E. Brown 



Contributing Editors 



S. B. Cantey 



J. H. Ford 




Wing, Johnston 
McLaughlin. Cantey. Coley 



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W ALUS 

D. R. Wallis 
Business Manager 

Business Staff 

W. P. DiGGS Advertising Manager 

H. E. Harm AN Advertising Manager 

J. L. Price Cirenlation Manager 

A. C. ToNSMiERE Assistant Business Manager 

G. H, Boyd Assistant Business Manager 




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Price, Harman 

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PHI BETA KAPPA 

(Honorary) 
Founded, William and Mary, iy;6 

Gamma of Virginia Chapter 

Established, igii 

Charter Members 
William A. Anderson De La Warr Easter 

James Lewis Howe James Holladay Latane 

Robert Granville Campbell James William Kern 

Executive Council 
Glover Dcnn Hancock. President 



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PHI BETA KAPPA 



Fratres in Facultate 

William Gleason Bean Edwin Henky Howard 

Henrv Donald Campbell James Lewis Howe 

Lucius Junius Desha William Dana Hovt 

Robert William Dickey Rupert Nelson Latture 

Francis Pendleton Gaines Allen W. Moger 

John Alexander Graham M. Ogden Philips 

Glover Dunn Hancock Edgar Finley Shannon 

Livingston Waddell Smith 

Fratres in Universitate 
John Willis Ball Claude Andrews LaVarre 

John Adam McN'eil 

Iiiitiiites of jgs-i 
James Allen Black 
Amos Alonzo Bolen 
Joseph Ashby Burton 
Ruceley Pierson DeVan, Jr. 
Layne Haldeman Ford 
Fred Hadley Hamilton, Jr. 



Lewis Eugene Hardwick 

Henry Taylor Jones 

Franze Edward Lund, Jr. 

Foster McCrum Palmer 

Robert Walker Ruth 

William Randolph Schildknecht 



Manning Holland Williams 



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OMICRON DELTA KAPPA 

Society for the Recognition of College Leadership 

(The Circle) 
Founded. Washington and Lee University, 1914 

Charter Members 

J. Carl Fisher Thomas McP. Glasgow Edward A. Dcnahue 

R. X. Latture Philip P. Gibson Carl S. Davidson 

William M. Brown J. Purvis Richardson Henry Lewis Smith 

John E. Marton E. P. Davis De La Warr Easter 

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Gaines, Young. Latture. Tilson. Gilliam 

Desha. Barnes, Williams, Walker 

Young, Hodges, Smith, Hanlev, Hawkins, Dean, Bolex, Pride, Sawers, Jarrett 

Pritchard, Wilson, Graham. Vickers, Copenha\-er, Wise, Williams, McClure 

Fitzgerald, Finklestein, Mincher, Mattox, Boland, Tucker, Howe, Edwards, Ball 

Johnson, Glass, McDonald, Hodges, Boxlev 

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OMICRON DELTA KAPPA 

Alpha Circle 

Fratres in Urbe 

General John A. Lejeune Richard Andrews Smith 

Haruv Killinger Young 

Fratres in Facultate 

Fletcher James Barnes, II James Lewis Howe 

Lucius Junius Desha Raymon T. Johnson 

Robert William Dickey Rupert Nelson Latture 

Forest Fletcher William Haywood Moreland 

Francis Pendleton Gaines Edgar Finlev Shannon 

Frank J. Gilliam Robert Henry Tucker 

John Alexander Graham Clayton Epes Williams 

John Higgins Williams 



Fratres in Universitate 
Old Men 



John Willis Ball 
Amos Alonzo Bolen 
John Dresden Copenhaver 
Richard Thomas Edwards 
Eli Finklestein 
Harry Lewis Fitzgerald 
William Waller Hawkins 



John Tallman Jarrett 
George Douglas McClure 
Patrick Mitchell 
Harvey Pride 
Joseph Henry Sawyers 
Harvard Payson Smith 
William Louis Wilson 



Sherwood Willing Wise 



Nezv Men 
Thomasson Michael Boland 
John Marion Dean 
John Meredith Graham. Jr. 
John .\lexaniiek Hanley 
Leroy Hodges. Jr. 

Frank John Young 

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Edward Powers Mincher 
Charles .\ustin Pritchard 
Everett Tucker, Jr. 
Joseph Walker, Jr. 



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MoRELAND. CrEMIX, KeLSEV, SmITH, WiSE 

HoGE, Anderson, Bailev, Cohen 
Sparks, Copen haver, McNeil, Hawkins, ^^"oRREI.L 

BUMGARDNER, ThOMAS, CroSS. HaRWOOD. EdWARDS 



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Legal 
Founded. Uiiirersity of Michigan. li 

Tucker Chapter 

Established. IQOS 
Fratres in Facultate 



William Haywood Moreland 



Clayton Epes Williams 



Charles Potterfield Light 

Fratres ix Universitate 

CUiss of I9S4 



Thomas D. Anderson 
Robert Darias Bailey 
CoRNELLius Henry Cohen 
Francis Mofs Hoge 

John Willis Ball 
Early Coleman Clements 
John Dresden Copen haver 
Rudolph Bumgasdner 
Richard Thomas Edwards 
James Douglas Finlev 
Harry Lewis Fitzgerald 
Thomas Everett Sparks 
William Waller Hawkins 



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William Harvey Seaton, Jr. 
John Herman Thomas 
James Harold Duncan 

Charles Brinson Cro? 

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Walter Calkins Cremin 
Sidney Harrison Kelsey 
Sherwood Willing Wise 
Clarence Senter Worrell 

John Meredith Graham 
Thomas Oswald Cremin 
Edward Rodney Massie. Jr. 
Harv.\rd Payson Smith 
Charles Hyde D.widson. Jr. 
Edgar Marshall Xuckols. Jr. 
William Louis Wilson 
Alexander G. Harwoop 
Thomas Chestnut Smith 

Richard C.atlett Peyton 
James Edwin Belser. Jr. 
John -A. McXeil 

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KAPPA PHI KAPPA 

Professional Educational 
Founded. Dartiiioiith. igj2 

Omicron Chapter 

Established, ig2j 

Fratres IX Urbe 
Rev. James A. Johnsox Supt. R. M. Irbv 



Fletcher James Barnes. II 
Ollinger Crenshaw 
Walter A. Flick 



Fratres in Facultate 

William M. Hinton 
Earle K. Paxton 
Robert Winter Rovstkr 



Fratres ix Uxiversitate 



Darrv Wood Betts 
Harry Estil Harman 
I.eonard Lewis Harvev 
F. Edward Lund. Jr. 



Simon M. Painter 
Cliford .■\. Sai-erbrl:n 
John Richard Saunders 
Clyde Saniel Tolley 



Robert C.\i(L Weinstein 



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COMMITTEES ON CHRISTIAN WORK 

William W. Morton Fiiciilty Clhiiniian 

Manning H. Williams Secretary, l-'irsl Scnicslcr 

James L. Price Secretary. Second Semester 



Faculty Members 
Dr. Lucil's Junius Desha Earl Stansbury Mattingly 

Dean Frank J. Gilliam William W. Morton 

Hale Houston Paul M. Penick 

Dr. James Lewis Howe Dr. Robert Henry Tucker 

Clayton Epes Williams 



Student Members 
Joseph Bernard Magee Manning H. Williams 

William W. Hawkins. Jr. Darby Wood Betts 

Richard Thomas Edwards Robert Lee Brickhouse 

\'ictor Franklin Tucker James L. Price. Jr. 

Joseph Ashby Burton Edward ,\ngus Powell 






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Back Row — Newcomb, Ford, Wilbur, Jones 

Second Row — Brickhouse, Watkins, Earley, Bricker 

First /?oit'— Wells, Boyp. Swan, Cox, Kramer, Baltuch, Fisch, Hoyt, Tompkins, Hiller 



GRAHAM-LEE LITERARY SOCIETY 

Founded iSog 

Officers 

Evan L. Watkins President 

James V. Beale Vice-President 

Robert L. Brickhouse Secretary-Treasurer 



, Members 



Herbert Baltuch 
James V. Beale 
George Boyd. Jr. 
Alvin a. Bricker, Jr. 
Robert L. Brickhouse 
Emery Cox, Jr. 
ViNCE.N'T B. Earley 
Paul Fisch 
William D. Fishback 
Layne H. Ford 
Harry S. Hiller 
John S. Hoyt 



John M. Jones, HI 
Horace Z. Kramer 
Charles R. Miller. Jr. 
James A. McClure, Jr. 
Clarence B. Newcomb 
Sidney N. Repplier 
Archibald A. Sproul, HI 
Maurice J. Swan, Jr. 
Souther F. Tompkins 
Robekt E. Tushingham 
Stephenson W'ells 
Evan L. Watkins 



William C. Wilbur, Jr. 
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Back Kow — DvviGGENs, Gholeon, Daniel 

Third Row — Gialelis. Butterworth, Thompson, Lund. Smith. Johnson 

Second Rozv — McKtnv. Myers. Byers. Van Dyke. Baxter. Barbee. Levine. Fallat 

first Rozc — Kaplan. Epstein, Coopek, Flournoy. Lawton. Renken, Garuer 

WASHINGTON LITERARY SOCIETY 

Lsloblislicd iSii 

Officers 

Walter T. Lawton _ President 

John H. Renkix. Jr T'icc-President 

Dan p. Gholson Censor 

Julius E. Garber Secretary 

P. J. Anderson Treasurer 

William C. Barbee -Critic 

Members 

P. J. Anderson John Dwigcins 

William C. Barbee William L. Martin 

Osmond T. Baxter Graham H. Johnson 

Hugh J. Bonino ^LiiRtin Z. Kaplan 

James A. Byers Walter T. Lawton. Jr. 

Charles A. Butterworth Herman S. Levine 

Robert F. Cooper. Jr. Douglas \\'. Lund 

William H. Daniels James S. Moody 

Daniel A. Fallat George R. Myers. Jr. 

Edwin E. Epstein John H. Renken. Jr. 

Julius E. Career William F. Smith 

Daniel P. Gholson Charles .\. Thompson 

Thomas S. Gialelis Dean X. \"an Dyke 
William Walker 

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Cooper, Pitcher. Ulfelder, Bolen, McCoy 
Haines, Price, Steinberg, Sloan, Eaton 
Price, Watkins, Lee. McCaule'i , Drake 



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TAU KAPPA IOTA 

Biological 
Founded, ]l'asliiini!on and Lcc, igj_j 

Fratres in Facultate 
Dr. W. D. Hovt Dr. H. D. C.\mpbell 

Dr. L. J. Desh.\ Dr. J. L. Howe 

Officers 

J. S. Haines President 

G. R. SwiNK Tiee-Pi-esident 

B. U. Steinberg Seeretary 

T. H. Alphin Treasurer 

Fratres in Unix'ersitate 

R. L. Brickhouse H. L. King 

A. A. BoLEN R. L. Lee 

V. A. Browning R. H. McCauley 

R. J. Cooper E. R. McCoy 

J. R. Drake H. C. Pitcher 

E. E. Eaton F. M. Price 

O. R. Fletcher J. L. Price 

D. P. Gholson J. -\. Robertson 

H. M. Griffith H. E. Sloan 

J. T. Herwick R. Scully 

S. Y. Hoyt \V. C. Smith 

K. Jean S. Ulfelder 

E. L. W'atkins 
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HowE^ Desha 
Battle, Moran, Burton 



CHI GAMMA THETA 

ClIK.M ISTKV. LuLAI. 

Foutided. Washington and Lee. igjo 

Fratres IX Facultate 
Lucius Junius Desha James Lewis Howe 

Larkin Hundley Farinholt 

Fratres ix Uxiversitate 

John D. Battle. Jr President 

J. Carl Muller J'icc-President 

William J. Moran, Jr Seerelary 

Joseph A. Burton Treasurer 

Old Mendn-rs 

John D. Battle. Jr. Sidney Lyons Olin K. Miller 

Joseph A. Burton W. Duncan McDavid William J. Moran. Jr. 

Allen M. Clinch John A. McXeil J. Carl Muller 

He.vry K. Doane John T. Massengale W'inthrope C. Smith 

John T. Herwick Henry L. King 

Xezi' Members 

Thomas H. Alphin John H. M. Drake Kenneth G. MacDonald 

Irving R. Block L. H. Farinholt Edward E. Stover 

James A. Bvers Daniel P. Gholson Frank ^L Strahling 

Duncan Corbett David J. Gilmore E. Lloyd Watkins 

Asa ^L Willis 

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Cole. Grafton 
De\'ax, Haxcock. Schii.dkxecht 

COMMERCE CLUB 

Founded for the Adraiicciiicnt of Thoui/lit and Discnssion of 
Current Business Topies 

Officers 

RuGELEV PiERSox DeN'ax. Jr President 

\\iLLiA.\t Raxdolph Schildkxecht I'iee-President 

Richard Walter Graftox Seeretciry 

Kexxeth Reese Cole Treasurer 

Everett Tccker. Jr Historia}i 

Faculty Members 

Fletcher J. Barxes Edwin H. Howard Charles P. Light Robert H. Tucker 

William Coax Lewis K. Johxson Doxald F. Martix Johx H. Williams 

Glover D. Haxcock Ri-pert X. Latture ^L Ogdex Phillips 

Student Members 

Henry E. Allen Richard W. Grafton Georce J. McGeorv William S. Stern 

William H. Alexander Samuel M. Greenwood, III Clarence B. Xewcomb Frederick deR. Strong 

James S. Buxton J. Withnell Hager Charles A. Pritchard Beverly D. Svmmerson 

Kenneth R. Cole Hudson C. Hall Harry il. Rhett. Jr. William I. Terhune 

Claibourne H. Darden Fred H. Hamilton. Tr. William H. Robinson Arthur C. Tonsmeire. Tr. 

Rugelev p. DeVan John R. Hart ' Robert B. Safford Everett Tucker. Jr. 

William P. Diggs Leroy Hodges. Tr. William R. Schildkxecht Robert K. Turnev 

W.U.TER J. Dixon Benjamin B. Hope Wallace B. Sheffield W. Charles Walkinshaw 

Daniel T. Dunn P. Carson Huntley Robert B. Shively Tames H. White 

Holmes M. Dyer M. Alexander Tones Tohn D. Spohr Karl P. Willard 

Loyal P. Gassman Robert B. Mayo Daniel B. Startsman George F. Wing. Ill 

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Wassum, Summers, Watkins, Hawkins, Locke, Walker 

THE TROUBADOURS 

The Organization 

William W. Hawkins, Jr President 

Joseph Walker, Jr J'ice-Prcsidcnt 

J. L. Summers Business Manager, First Semester 

C. S. Wassum. Jr Business Manager, Seeond Semester 

Lawrence E. Watkin Faeultv Advisor 



Production 



R. J. Wallace. Jr 

J. D. Locke 

J. L. Price, Jr. ( 

L. a. McMurran ( 

Lawrence E. Watkin.. 



Stage Manager 

Publieity Manager 

..Property Managers 
Direetor 



J. L. Summers 
L. L. Harvey 
Joseph Walker. Jr. 
E. W. Chappell 
C. A. LaVarre 
J. B. Magee 
G. H. Foster 
W. W. Hawkins 
C. J. Mower 



Members 
A. J. Durante 
W. A. Rawak 
A. M. Harrelson 
K. G. MacDonald 

T. L. CoLEY 

R. J. Wallace 

J. L. Price 

J. D. Locke 

C. S. Wassum, Jr. 

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F. F. Maynard 
A. M. Pullen 
J. G. Sale 
H. W. Staehling 

W. G. WiGLESWORTF 

H. L. Bowman 
R. H. Smith 
.\. H. L'cgla 
L. A. McMurran 



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M\GR\TH CKtW M\TTHt\\s BeN NFTT, Ke\ RwENHdKST 
1 \IKIi \\ \1 I \( f I )I \ \ I H(H ST(1\ Ll I 1 LLL ST(I\Hs Ml I I Hi 

STUDENT CHAPTER OF AMERICAN SOCIETY OF 
CIVIL ENGINEERS 

CusTis Lee Engineering Society 

Fratres in Facultate 
Hale Houston J. A. \'eech Donald \Villl\m Stoner 

Officers 

William Otis Leffell President 

M. Richard Dunaj Vice-President 

I. Grier Wallace, Jr Secretary 

Joseph Carl Muller, Jr Treasurer 

Fratres in Universitate 

Class of IQJ4 

Robert Lacey Buffington Joseph Carl Muller. Jr. 

William Otis Leffell Claude Edward Sanford 

Warren Douglas Matthews John Ford Shroder 

Class of /9,,'5 

David John Bennett. Jr. Jack FiEiD Cunningham. Jr. 

M. Richard Dunaj Henry Louis Raven hohst 

Francis Bromley Key L Grier Wallace 

Class of iQ.ift 

Frank Donnell Crew Robert \V. iL^iCUATH 

Knight Laird John McBee 

Class of iQ,^y 

HowLAND Gary William Atwater Mussen 

BEXfERLV M. Higginbotha.m. Jr. Louis Sgrignolt 

Graham Hoadley Johnson Charles R. Watt 
Laurence \\'. Wilson. Jr. 



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RiEGEL, DeNNISON 

Young. Seraphine 

SIGMA DELTA CHI 

PrOFESSIOXAL JorRXALISTIC 
Fnuiidc'd. /'<'/'(7»If Unix'crsity, IQOO 

Washington and Lee Chapter 

Hsfablislicd. igiQ 

Fratres IX Facultate 

Chari.es Harolo Lacck William Latta Mapel 

Oscar W'etherhold Riegel 

Fratres ix Universitate 

Officers 

Frank J. Young President 

Alfred G. Dennison Vice-President 

Philip J. Seraphine Secretary 

Eugene \, S. Girard Trcasnrcr 

Members 

Claude Harrison. Jr. Bomar Lowrance 

Arthur T. Guxn Richard McLaughlin 

Thomas S. Wheelwright .Anderson Browne 

Joseph B. Magee Xokman Hill 

William S. Barker Herbert Rudlix 

Manning H. Williams James E. Broun 

Thomas Coley Peyton Winfree 

\\'illiam B. Tyree 

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Mattox. CLE^rE^•Ts. Huffman, Smith, Martin, Tucker, Bran-aman 

BoLAND, Wise, Sawyers, Grove, Thomas, Wilsox 

T. Cremix. Mitchell, Smith, Glasgow, Young, Fitzgerald, W. Cremin 

Pritchard, Hanlev, Dyer. \'ickers 



J. L. Campbell 
M. D. Campbell 
C. S. Glasgow 
S. M. Graham 



SIGMA 



Fratres IX Urbe 



H. K. Young 



Stuart Moore 
M. W. Paxton, Jr. 
\V. C. Rafferty 
Richard A. Smith 



Fratres in Universitate 



Harry Lewis Fitzgerald 
Timothy Oswald Cremin, Jr. 
George Douglas McClure 
\\'.\lter Calkins Cremtn 
Harvey Pride 

Sherwoiid Willing \\"ise 



Willum Gregg Grove, Jr. 
Thom.\sson Michael Boland 
Joe Henry Sawyers 
John Herman Thomas 
\\'illiam Louis Wilson 



Xc-a' Mc 



Samuel Crawford Mattox 
Forrest Edward Hl'ff.m.an 
\ViLLiAM Haskiel Dyer 
Charles Austin Pritchard 
ToHX Alexander Hanley 



Charles C<iR\ELius Smith 
Lewis We.vdell Martin 
ExTRETT Tucker, Jr. 
Guy Hewitt Branama.v. Jr. 
Carl Branxon \'ickers 



Early Cole.max Lle.mexts 
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BETA GAMMA SIGMA 

Foiiiidi'd. University of It'isioiisin. /y/j 
Commerce Scholakship Fkatekxitv 

Virginia Beta Chapter 

Established, igss 



Charter Members 



Glover Dunn Hancock 
Robert Henry Tucker 
William Coan 



M. Ogden Phillips 
EswiN Henry Howard 
John Higgins Williams 



Rupert Xelson Latture 



Class of i()S4 

Rugely Pierson DeVan, Jr. Fred Hadley Hamilton^ Jr. 

William Randolph Schildknecht 



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THE EPISCOPAL CLUB 

Washington and Lee University 

Rev. Thomas Wright, Kectur 

Members 

Dabby Woods Betts 
George Boyd, Jr. 
Caryl Olin Brownell 
George Haruing Foster 
Philip Carson Huntley 
Walter Christian Johnston 
Franze Edward Lund, Jr. 
John Burton Nicholson 
Frederic Morrison Robinson, Jr. 
Victor Franklin Tucker 



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JAMES DIXON McCULLY 

JOHN' FORD SHRODER.. 



WINSTON WILLIAM BROWN, i: X 
FRANK CUI.LEN BRYANT. K I 
RICHARD THOMAS EDWARDS, II K .\ 
HARRY LEE FITZGERALD, K A 
JOHN MEREDITH (iRAHAM. K A 
JOHN ALEXANDER IIANLEY, 'I' T A 
HARRY OLIVER HA7.ELL. i: X 
JOHN TALLMAN lARRETT. A T 9. 
CLAl'DE ANDREWS LaVARRE, ATA 



EDWARD WESTRAY CHAPPELL, Jr., 
JOHN MARION DEAN, : A E 
FREDERICK LO\-E FOX, ■!■ K + 
CHARLES WILLIAM HAMILTON, K . 
ALLEN .MrRAE HARRELSON. Ir.. A T 
L. LESLIE HELMER. li H 11 
JACKSON .MARTIN HOBBIE, Jr., i: N 



Old AIen 



New Men 



GEORGE DOUGLAS McCLURE, * K ^ 
JAMES DIXON .McCULLY, i A E 
EDWARD HENKEL PEWETT, Ben 
HARVEY PRIDE, K r 
JOHN FORD SHRODER, n K A 
EVERETT TUCKER, Ir., ■)■ K i: 
JOSEPH WALKER, Ir.. •!■ A 8 
"DONALD REITER WALLIS, ATA 
FRANK JOHN YOUNG, A T f! 



FORREST EDWARD HUFFMAN, F 
GARY ELDRIDGE PATRICK, * K i 
LAMAR PORTER, i X 
LUCIEN LYNE SMITH. Jr., A T Q 
JOHN LYLE SUMMERS, * F A 
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Officers 
Bernard Elliot Brenxan President 

Harry Lewis Fitzgerald ]'icc-Prcsidcnt 

Joel S. Sxvder, Jr Secretary 

William Evelyn Hutchixgs, Jr Treasurer 

Old Mex 
Bernard Elliot Brexxan. A T fi Frederick Xewmax Sager. * K 2 

Harry Lewis Fitzgerald. K A Harvard Paysox Smith. K A 

William Evelyn Hutchings. Jr.. 4> K ^I' Joel S. Sxyder. Jr., * K Z 

Frank Johx Youxg, AT" 

Xew Men 
Patrick Charles Mathes. Jr.. A T V. Charles Jeoffrev Mower, K A 

Robert Bass ^L\Yo. <S> r A Randolph Wiley Ticker. * K * 

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H. M. Rhett, Jr 

P. C. Mathes.. 



President 

..Secretarv-Trcasurer 



C. P. Anderson 

A. A. BOLEN 

S. B. Cantey, III 
W. A. Cover 
A. M. Doty 
H. L. Fitzgerald 



Old ;\Iex 

w. w. fowlkes 
L. P. Gaesman 
H. E. Harman 
L. Hodges 
C. W. Hamilton 
A. M. Harrelson 
J. M. Hobbie, Jr. 
H. O. Hazell 
F. E. Huffman 
J. P. Jones 
J. P. Jordan 



W. E. Kliefoth 
P. C. Mathes 
G. W. McGeory 
R. McLaughlin 
Neil Pascoe 
G. L. Reynolds 
H. M. Rhett, Jr. 
F. D. Sarkis 
R. B. Safford 
J. S. Sny'der, Jr. 
H. C. Tay'lor 
W. Terhune 
J. Walker, Jr. 
P. B. Winfree 




New Men 

L. B. Allen. Jr. 

A. Brow.ne 
J. M. Capito 
J. T. Cover 
S. A. Hatch 
W. B. Hoofstitler 
R. W. Hyatt, Jr. 

B. X. Lanier 
S. T. Martin 

R. F. Middlekauff 



S. B. Moore 
D. S. Mullin 
H. C. Pitcher 
F. L. Price 
J. D. Walker 
J. W. Wright 

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Officers 



Thomas Dexter Alden 

Alexander G. Harwood.. 



President 

S ccretarx-Treasnrer 



F. C. Bryant 
A. G. Dennison 
H. ^[. Dyer 

R. T. Edwards 

G. W. Black 
T. A. Hanley 





Old Men 


L. 


E. Hardwick 


A. 


G. Harwcwd 


M 


L. Harris 


J. 


D. MCCULLY 


F. 


L. Patto.v 


C. 


A. Pritchard 


F. 


X. Sager 


C. 


B. Vickers 


D. 


R. Wallis 


H 


Waller 



New Men 

R. H. Mertz 
H. E. Melton 
M. H. Duffy 
H. E. Sloan 
R. W. Tucker 
J. L, Price 
H. J. Bo.viNo 
F. D. Crew 
R. \V. Smith 
R. C. Clarke 



F. J. Young 
T. D. Alden 
J. E. Brown 
J. A. Burton 
E. W. Chappell 
R. P. DeVan 
W. P. Dices 
L. L. Helmer 
E. E. Krewson 
R. E. Lee 
L. L. Smith 
W. H. Spahr 
J. D. Spohr 
B. H. TowNEs 
I. G. Wallace 
J. W. Walls 
K. P. Willard 




R. M. MacLaurin 
W. G. Wiglesworth 
H. Stuart 
R. J. Bishop 



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FEATURES 




THE BALL OF THE GRANDEES 

Little did the high nobles and benignant 
countesses who took part in the lavish cel- 
ebration of Philip IV's marriage to Elizabeth 
of France suspect that the great "Ball of the 
#' Grandees" would be repeated later on the 

ijy- campus of o new world university with all 

fidelity to the color and the splendor and the 
pomp that made Philip's marriage celebration 
one of history's most renowned festive occosions. So in mid-winter of 1933 this gentle- 
rolling campus became gay Madrid of dark-eyed senoritas with flowing mantillos, of 
swaggering cabelleros with white plumes and lace-trimmed jackets, of steel-eyed toreadors 
and picadors, and through the riot of startling reds, storm-yellows, mountain purples, and 
snowy whites moved the graceful procession of Spain's grandees — Anila, Granada, Sala- 
manca, Marquis Villena — all to honor and make merry for the night of nights. . 




COMMEMORATIXG LEE'S BIRTHDAY 



FEATURES 

Frank Bailey and Jus- 
tine W'liite snapped just 
liefore treke to marriage 
altar last finals: Gen- 
erals first A'irginia jios- 
sessor of Southern 
Conference lias ket ball 
troph}- : Prepared — or unprepared ? : The best 
dressed men — b\' some Piii Psi's : Rally — 
beat the W'aboos — we did: Har\ard Smith 
and Dot M\- as leaders of Fancy Dress P>all : 
One of Mathis's beginners getting time: 
^^'ahoos taking the count for third straight 
\ear : Dean Gilliam poses for camera: Seaton 
lets fly one in Ky. game : Joe Sa\v}-ers. star 
halfback, all southern forward and captain 
of Generals' championship court team; 
White Friar Goats — just before they get it : 
Harrv Lee crew victors over Albert Sidney 
b\- one-half length: Xext case — Fans follow 
Blue and White on gridgraph : Snow \iew of 
Doremus gym : Seaton passes to Fllis for 22 
vards as Generals give 
Kentuck}- Wildcats their 
first defeat 7-0 : The 
Sigma goats "whis- 
pering" to George: 
' Tv i 1 )py " S a u e rl) run — 
co-cai)tain of Ijaseball : 
Carl Gill, responsible 
for man\' successful 
Fancy Dress Balls, as 
he appeared in "'Arabi- 
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FEATURES 

Left page: Alumni luncheon — finals 1933 ; 
rear view of campus: Memorial Gate during- 
heavy snow: Professor "Mac" in action: 
Bathing Beauties : Ky. kicks off — Generals 
drive 94 x-ards for touchdown : Class of F 'O^ "T / 
1908, reunion : Tom Boland — \^arsitv guan' "'" 

for three years, secretary of Athletic Coun- 
cil : Bud Hanley, varsity end for three }-ears 
and all southern, second team 1933: Bailev 
smashes Indian line: Cooke bags runner at 
third: Lee chapel: Praising Allah: Amos 
Bolen — Grid cajjtain, all-southern guard, 
honorable luention All-American ; Sam Mat- 
tox — captain-elect football : I-'acultv march- 
ing to assembly ; Robt. E. Lee hotel, scene of 
frat dance during Fancy Dress: Restful 
study ; They call it fun : Sawyers gets otT a 
high one vs. Ky. 

RigJit page: March was a snowy month : 
Harry Hazell — cajjtain of track: Assemlily: 
Washington College at night : Fair sex go 
for a ride: Henry Cohen — captain of golf 

and swimming for two years: Homecoming 

at Phi Delt house : Saved by the 1 2 -.^,0 bell ; 

Sigma Nus go native: Delt house snowed 

under; More slmiiiig "Sigma goats": Capt'n 

Amos: K. A. house — intra-mural cups ga- 
lore: Hell week at P. K. A. house: 40c 

saved: Arnold caught by camera: Fletcher 

presides over welcome to Winter sports 

championship basketball and wrestling teams : 

in Doremus Gym: Maybe the X.R.A. is 

after the Generals for a monoply I : ( fust be- 
fore going to press we discover that the 

Generals have captured the Sou. Con. Golf 

championship — which brings the total to 

three and a state championshii), also — a "new 

deal" in athletics is reallx here. ) 



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Left page: Going to get it; Dean Anderson 
(1890); and Dr. Gaines; Sunbaths at 
Welsh's beach — notliing better during finals ; 
Doremus gym. ; Keydets on parade ; Classes 
must go on; Tux or linen?; Maybe a hole in 
one; Generals drive to Wahoo lo-yard line 
at opening kick-off; Over a f(.)ot and this is 
the South; Hoge and date; Kappa Sigmas 
pull (/«()//;(V house-party ; "Tuljby" Owings — 
South -Atlantic unlimited wrestling champ; 
Kliefoth in a pose; Travelling cameraiuan 
bags Phi Kaps ; Some monogram wearers ; 
Many a slip here; Faculty staff at the Fresh- 
man camp — (note Prof. Graham's tan); 
Lexington's sole amusement — maybe: Har- 
vard Siuith — president of I'ancy Dress, co- 
captain of wrestling and Southern Confer- 
ence champion, 145 lbs.; Charlie Pritchard, 
co-captain of wrestling and president of 
finals, 165-lb. Southern Conference chair,- 
pion, 1933. 

Right page: Phi Psi's ready for the rush; 
"Shaky" Wise, president of the stutlent body ; 
\\'alt Cremin, presitlent of Senior law class; 
General net team swamps Roanoke College ; 
Almost Ijlocked ; Sleds were seen e\-erywhere 
in March; Dean Aloreland checks up; '33 
editor goes a-skating, on North river; More 
action on courts; Fddie Mincher — captain of 
boxing; Kappa Sigmas win cup for best 
house decoration at homecoming ; "Gig" won- 
ders if it will snow; now what?; S. P. E.'s 
in a unique decoration; Short poses for the 
photographer; Dunaj — Southern Conference 
cross-country champion. 




FEATURES 

Left page: Tennis courts and Memorial 
bridge; Anxious freshmen; 7 a. m., after 
Final Ball last tinals ; An 8 .^o to make — 
Ugh!; What's your name, goat?; Snow 
soldiers ; Seaton to Ellis as Generals crush 
W. & M. ; Close-up of Generals' forward 
wall ; Blue and White outgains, makes more 
first downs, two touchdowns brought back by 
referee — Princeton 6, W. and L., o — a 
heartbreaker to lose; Mitchell and Hostetter, 
former General stars, as frosh coaches ; the 
rush for dinner; the colonnade; Memorial 
gate; Indians stopped for no gain; just fun; 
A. T. O.'s doll up for Homecoming: Welsh's 
beach during finals ; It Zi'as the S. A. E. 
house ; the band ; Colonel LeRoy Hodges and 
son — both tapped by ODK ; Homecoming 
saw many grads come in ; room for a few 
more; Students standby — tlie "P. O." ; Kirk 
pins opponent as frosh go through fifth un- 
defeated season. 



Right page: Arnold gets one ofT in Ky. 
game; Ma^'be it's an imitation of the \\'a- 
hoos ; Frank Young, editor of Riiig-tinii Phi: 
"Tartan" Harrison : Phi Kaps ready for the 
freshmen with a few snowballs; 'A\'itsend" 
— "nough said ; Phi Kappa Sigma wins at- 
tendance cuj) for most alumni back Home- 
coming; Action in W. and M. game; Manv 
an hour spent here; Winnie Bmwn — presi- 
dent of Cotillion club; Finals group 1933; 
"Bull" gives it; Close-up of K\'. game. 




FEATURES 

Left page: Counselors at 1933 Freslinien 
cani]) : Kerche\ial, of K\'., gets otT one of his 
long sjiirals ; \'ic Tucker — president of Pub- 
lication Board: Frank Patton — manager of 
football; Camera catches 'rr()ul>adours ; 11)33 
Cai.vx editor — no worries — Calyx com- 
pleted — also — ; \\'h_\' come south ? ; Pika 
house ready for the grads ; Southern Con- 
ference wrestling shield again rests with 
Mathis's pupils: Reed demonstrates the art: 
Charlie Smith — captain-elect and all-south- 
ern center on Generals' court team: 25 form- 
er Blue and White grid cajjtains return for 
Homecoming: The Haines twins: PAN 
goats: Sigma Nu's all decorated: A sleeping 
beauty : Freshman Camp group. 



Right page: Glee club: La\"arre on Delt 
stronghold: Arnold sweeps Ky.'s end: h'ac- 
ulty procession: One big ha])py family : 
after the ball at the Lambda Chi house: 
h'rosh at rally just jtrior to giving Da\-ies a 
headache: Pile up in \'a. game: Bud caught 
in characteristic pose: Again Sigma goat.^ 
shining: Campus caped in snow: More nf 
Mathis's laurels — cham]>s — '33 and '34: 
Betas, taking it easy : "Recreation !" 



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THE RUINS UV LlBHkTV HALL 



BOOK SIX- 

SOCIETY 





HE pomp and circumstance that surrounded the 
glittering sceptre of the Romanoff dynasty through 
feverish decades evolved into a mognificent 
crescendo when Alexander III was crowned tsar of 
all the Russias. And so at the Fancy Dress Ball 
of 1934, in a brilliant panorama of holy white and 
kingly red, grand dukes and dancing peasants, 
ballet girls and bejeweled princesses, the crown 
was placed upon Alexander as the colorful crowd 
whirled into musical applause. . . . 




TUIKKR HALL 



THE COTILLION CLUB 



Officers 



Winston W. Brown.. 
Robert B. Mayo.. 



President 

..Secretarx-Trcasurer 



G. H. Br.\naman, Jr. 
B. E. Brennan 
W. \V. Brown 
J. D. Burn 
J. S. Buxton 

J. D. COPENHAVER 

T. O. Cremin 
J. M. Dean 



Old Men 

W. H. Dyer 

W. G. Faulk 

\V. W. Gerber 

J. M. Graham 

T. \V. Graves 

D. G. Groner 

F. H. Hamilton, Jr. 

J. A. Hanley 

A. G. Harwood 

N. F. Hill 

J. T. Jarrett 

\V. T. Romberg 

C. A. La Varre 



L. W. Martin 
R. B. Mayo 
G. C. McKown 
E. M. NucKOLs, Jr. 

C. E. P.^TRICK 

H. M. Rhett, Jr. 
R. B. Safford 
C. C. Smith 
H. P. Smith 
W. F. Stone 
H. C. Taylor 
J. H. Thomas 
Everett Tucker, Jr. 
V. F. Tucker 
Joseph Walker, Jr. 
Henry Waller, Jr. 
P. B. Winfree, Jr. 
W. L. Wilson 
S. W. Wise 





New Men 


T. D. Alden 




J. V. Beale 




S. B. Cantey. ni 




J. T. Co\-ER 




H. K. Doane 




S. H. Halley, Jr. 




S. A. Hatch 




E. W. Hiserman 




L. L. Helmer 




S. C. HiGcixs. Jr. 




G. S. Maury 




T. E. Mears 




C. J. Mower 





John McBee 
E. .A. Powell 
.\. M. PuLLEx. Jr. 
WiLLi.NM Rueger 
T. C. Smith 
T. E. Sparks 
B. .\. Thirkield 
R. W. Tucker 
R. J. Wallace. Jr. 



C. S. Wassum, Jr. 
J. O. Watts, Jr. 

K. P. WiLLARD 



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A. L. Reeser 
R. C. Clarke 



R. J. Wallace 

J. H. Drake 

H. W. Staehlin'c. Jr. 

J. W. Wright 

G. J. Sechler 

J. B. SnrMONS 



SOPHOMORE COTILLION 

LED BY Richard C. Clakke with Miss Dorothy Cunningham 
assisted by a. L. Reeser with Miss Margaret Houston 

Committees 
Finance 
Randolph W. Tucker, Chairman 
F. F. Mayxard M. E. Pew. Jr. 

R. W. Magrath a. H. Uggla 

Decoration 
L. A. McMurran. Chairman 
Joe Arnold 



Invitation 
John T. Cover. Chairman 
L. R. Baird 

Music 
Frank L. Price. Chairman 
K. P. Lane 

Favors 
Edward A. Powell. Chairman 
Hardwick Stuart 



John F. McFadden. Chairman 
R. H. Smith 

Refreshment 
Edward W. Hiserman. Chairman 
C. A. Sweet. Jr. 

Music by .\rt Cassel 
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C. S. Wassum. Jr. 

C. J. Mower 

H. L. Robertson 

H. K. Oppenheimer 

J. L. Price. Jr. 

J. V. Beale 

F. H. Reed 



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COTILLION CLUB THANKSGIVING DANCE 

LED BY 

Winston W. Brown with Miss Cokonel Caefery 

ASSISTED BY 

Robert B. Mayo with Miss Xancy Mason 

Committees 

Finance 



R. B. Mayo 
Everett Tucker. Jr. 



F. H. Hamilton Jr. 
H. M. Rhett. Jr. 



D. G. Groner 
H. C. Taylor 



.•\. G. Harwooi). Ill 
Rcii'f'tion 

C. E. Patrick 
Dccoicilious 

P. B. Wixfree. Jr. 
Music by .\rt Cassel 



J. M. Dean 
W. G. Faulk 



C. A. LaVarre 
W. G. Faulk 



C. G. Laslie. Jr. 
T. O. Cremin. Jr. 



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JUNIOR PROM 



LED BY 

John M. Deax with Miss Carol De.' 



ASSISTED BY 

Tyree I'". Wilson with Miss Sue Rankin 



Reception 
W. R. Sphar. Jr., Chairman 
H. W. Griffith 
J. M. Franklin 
J. D. Spohr 
T. W. Mehler 
P. C. Huntley 
H. C. Sparks. Jr. 
J. H. Berrien 

Iiifitatioii 
L. P. Gassman. Chairman 
C. G. Laslie. Jr. 
L. L. Harvey 
J. A. Burton 
J. C. Gardner 
J. P. Jordan 
J. H. Spitz 
M. H. Williams 
Floor 
C. C. Smith, Chairman 
G. R. Glynn 
W. H. Seaton, Jr. 
G. H. Branaman. Jr. 
J. G. Henthorne 
J. P. Jones 
S. C. Matto.x 
C. O. Carman 



Committees 

Finance 

C. \V. Hamilton, Chairman 

H. M. Khett. Jr. 

H. E. Har.max 

R. B. Mayo 

W. P. DiGGS 

H. D. McXew 

B. H. Townes 
J. S. Buxton 

Music 
A. M. Harrelson, Jr., Chairman 
T. D. Alden 

C. P. Anderson 
\V. D. McDavid 
S. J. Moore, Jr. 
G. Li. SwiNK, Jr. 

E. L. Watkins 

F. DE Strong 
Refreshment 

G. J. McGeory, Chairman 
A. F. Blasier 
R. E. Harris 

F. E. Huffman 
E. E. Krewson 

G. E. Short 

I. G. Wallace, Jr. 
K. P. Willard 
R. E. Field 

Musif iiY Johnny Hamp 



Decoration 

W. H. Dyer, Chairman 

S. B. Cantey, hi 

C. E. Patrick 
W. W. Gerber 
L. L. Helmer 
J. A. Black 

E. W. Chappell, Jr. 

D. G. Groner 

Faz'ors 
S. C. Higgins, Chairman 
J. M. HoBBiE, Jr. 
W. H. Alexander 
T. F. Wilson 

E. M. Marks 
P. C. Mathes 

W. -\. Co\'ER 
Arrant/cnicnt 
Lamar Porter. Chairman 
R. C. Dyer 
Harry George, Jr. 
W. W. Gregory 
R. E. Lee 

F. D. Sarkis 

\V. H. Truslow, Jr, 
J. D. Walls 



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FANCY DRESS BALL 

i.p:d kv 
HARVAun P. Smith with Miss DdRnrnv Louise Fly 

AS 

Alexander III and Marie Feodorovna. Emperor and Empress of All the Russias 

assisted bv 

James D. McCullv with Miss Mary Christine Hughes 

as 

Grande Duke Nicholas and Princess Alice of Hesse 



Harvard P. Smith 
H. L. Fitzgerald 



Grand Dukes 
J. M. Dean C. H. Davidson J. S. Snyder. Jr. 

J. L. Sltmmers C. C. Smith 



Courtiers Groitf' 
J. D. McCully, Leader 
E. W. Pewett 
J. M. Graham. Ju. 
J. W. Ball 
J. J. Walker 
R. T. Edwards 
J. H. Thomas 

Cossacks Urniip 
C A. Pkitchard. Leader 
W". W, Hawkins 
W. L. Wilson 
J. \V. Hager 
J. F. Shroder 
A. P. LowY 

C. B. VlCKERS 



Court Ballet Cmuf 
S. W. Wise, Leader 

W'. E. HUTCHINCS 

T. D. Anderson 

P. B. WiNFREE 

H. M. Dyes 
L Karlin 
G. F. Wing 

Peasants Grouf^ 
A. A. Boi.EN. Leader 
\". F. Tucker 
R. B. Safford 
R. W. Smith 
H. Pride 
J. T, Jarrett 

E. P. MiNCHER 



Skaters Grout> 
Eli I'lNKLESTEiN, Leader 
J. A. Hanley 
J. R. Saunders 
"G. D. McClure 
D. R. Wallis 
N. C. Pascoe 
A. G. Dennison 

Boxars Crouf> 
\\ W. Brown. Leader 
H. L. Eichelberger 
K. R. Cole 
D. S. Levin son 
W. S. Stern 
F. L. Patton 
J. D. Burn 



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COROXATIOX OF ALEXANDER III AND MARIE FEODOROVNA OF RUSSIA. President Harvard 
Smith as Alexander III with Miss Dorothy Fly as Marie Feodorovna : Grand Dukes and Duchess: John Dean 
with Miss Irene Rudy: Charles Smith with Miss Jane Wilton; Joel Snyder with Miss CarrinRton Holman; 
Charles Davidson with Miss Virginia Komm ; John Sum.ners with Miss Kathryn Person. 




FAX'CY DRESS FIGURES. i034 

Cossack Group— Led by Charles Pritchard with Miss Martha Tally. Bov.\R Group— Led bv Winston Brown 

with Miss Maxwell Wright. Sk.^ter GROUP-Led by E'i Finklestein with Miss Mary Mooney. Peas.^nt 

Group- Led by Amns Bolen with Miss Rebecca Smith. Court Bai.i.f.t Group— Led by Sherwood Wise with 

Miss Mary-aret Watts, ^.'usic by Johnny Hamp. 



1954 





"13" CLUB DANCE 

LED BY 

James Dixon McCully with Miss Kay Person 

ASSISTED BY 

John Ford Shroder with Miss Ethyle Mae Edwards 



Committees 



Decoration 
J(]SEPH Walker. Jr., Chairman 
Edward Westray Chaitell. Ju. 
L. Leslie Helmeu 
Harry Moore Rhett. Jr. 
Fraxk Cullex Bryant 
John Lyle Summers 



Rcc0Jion 
Edwin Henkle Pewett, Chairman 
John MF.REDitrt Graham. Jr. 
John Alex^^nder Hanley 
Frederick Fox 
Lucien Lyout Smith. Jr. 
Jackson Martin Hobbie, Jr. 



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Floor 
Richard Thomas Edwards. Chairman 
Winston W'illiam Brown 
John Marion Dean 
Everett Tucker. Jr. 
Donald Reiter Wallis 
F'raxk Joh.n Young 



Executive 
Claude Andrews LaVarre, Chairman 
Charles William Hamilton 
Lamar Porter 
Forrest Edward Huffman 
Allen McRae Harrelson, Jr. 
Harry Oliver Hazell 



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COTILLION CLUB EASTER DANCE 

LED BY 

WixsTox \\'. BiiowN with Miss Helen Harwood 

ASSISTED BY 

Robert B. Mayo with Miss Xanxy Masox 



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C. A. La\'arre 
B. E. Bren-xax 




Committees 
Finance 

Everett Tucker. Jr. 




T. M. Dean 
H. P. Smith 














J. D. BuRX 

J. S. BuXTO.X 




Reception 

A. M. PULLEN 


W. W. Brown 
H. M. Rhett 






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P. E. Wixfree, Jr. 
\V. L. W iLsox 




Decoration 
Joseph Walker, Jr. 


\\ . H. Dyer 
S. W. W ise 






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C. J. Mower 




Invitation 
AxGi's Powell 


S. C. HiGGIXS 

E. \\'. Hisermax 












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Charles A. Pritchard. President 



FINALS WEEK COMMITTEE 



Everett Tucker, Jr. 
LeRoy Hobges. Jr. 
D. R. Wall IS 
B. E. Brexnan 
W. W. Hawkins. Jr. 
V. F. Tucker. Jr. 



J. M. Graham 
Joseph Walker. Jr. 
W. W. Brown- 
F. C. Bryant 
J. B. Macee 
R. B. Safford 



W. R. Schildknecht 



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Hodges, Wallis, Tucker, Brennan, Bryant, Hawkins, Schildknecht 
Tucker, Safford, Graham, Pritchard, Walker, Magee, Brown 






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1934 



A warm, spring breeze — swaying trees in full bloom — tbe tramp of feet along the walks 
at noon — "glad those exams are over" — thq air of celebration — "she gets in sometime this 
evening" — and along about twilight she and countless others sweep into town from; all direc- 
tions in a symphony of gaiety and laughter — that night, fleecy clouds shade a silvery moon — 
listening once more to genial Jan Garber — beneath soft lights — streamers, exotic gowns, the 
gleam of w-hite and black — Interfraternity Ball — warm prelude to Pan-White P'riar dansant 
and Sigma German — the parade of white in the afternoon — white shoes, white flannels, white 
dresses — baseball — movies — fraternity horse-play — the call of the road — to Goshen, Lovers' 
Leap, North River — tha roar of cars and lilt of laughter in the quiet at midnight — the quiet 
laziness of Sunday — Baccalaureate — the campus, shaded green grass, falling blooms, the gleam 
of white columns — couples strolling — Senior Alumni Ball — glad greetings — late and later 
dates — the pride of 1934 in fidl parade — the march of cap and gowns to the Chapel — a warm 
breeze through the windows — and suddenly you have a diploma in your hands — dinners, 
luncheons, teas — families, friends, fraternities — the Final Ball — color, music, gaiety — and 
then, as gray, gives way to red and apple green, the lump in tbe throat feeling — partings — 
good-byes — farewells — milestone — and the last notes of "College Friendships" — as dawn 
breaks — 

Our college friendships soon must sever, 

And fade as does the flying day. 

Our closest bonds must all be liroken. 

As through this world we wend our way. 

But yet — whatever be life's fortunes. 

Though friendships fail and friends be few, 

We'll love thee still, our Alma Mater, 

Our dear old W. and L. U. 












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INTERFRATERNITY BALL 

LEIl 1!\' 

Peyton B. Wixfree, Jr.. with Miss Louise Wixfree 

ASSISTED BY 

A. Phillip Lo\vy with Miss Louilmne Meistei 

.\ND 

C. Henry Cohex with Miss Kathryn Shaxkweiler 



Committees 



Finance 
A. M. Fowler. Chaii 
H. T. JoxEs 
R. T. Edwariis 
K. R. Cole 
H. W. Butler 
J. Walker, Jr. 

J. D. MCCULLY 

S. VV. Wise 
K. P. Willard 
R. P. DeVan, Jr. 
H. P. Smith 
Floor 
Charles A. Pritcharh. Chair. \V. 

L. W. Martix 

J. R. Saunders 

R. B. Safford 

H. L. Fitzgerald 

C. G. Laslie 

E. H. Pewett 

A. A. BOLEN 

T. D. Anderson 



Reception 
E. Brennan, Chairman 

B. U. Steinberg 

J. S. BUXTOX 

V. F. Tucker 

C. B. ViCKERS 

S. L. Clark 
W. W. Brown 

R. G. LiVENGOOD 

H. M. Rhett, Jr. 



Mksic 
W. Hawkins. Chairman 
J. A. Hanley. Jr. 
T. W. Graves 
J. D. Copenhaver 
E. M. Nuckols, Jr. 
G. F. Wing, III 
I. G. Wallace 
E. Finkelstein 
T. S. Wheelwright, Jr. 

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Decoration 
. C. Cre.min. Chairman 
M. H. Williams 

E. Ticker, Jr. 
W. E. Kliefoth 

J. M. Graham, Jr. 
J. B. Magee 
W. S. Stern 
J. F. Shroder 

F. E. Huffman 






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LED BY 

Harry M. Rhett, Jr., with Miss Sue Johnson 

ASSISTED BY 

Thomas D, Alhen with Miss Ann Thomson 



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A. G. Harwood, III, Chairman 






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P. C. Mathes 
F. L. Patton 
A. M. Harrelson 








L. L. H ELMER 

I. G. Wallace 
S. B. Cantey 


Decoration 








Floor 


F. C. Bryant, Chairman 






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W. Hamilton. Chairman 


R. W. Smith 
J. M. HoBBiE. Jr. 
H. C, Pitcher 








F. J. Young 
J. L. Arnold 
\V. A. Cover 


Reception 








Iiii'itation 


C. P. Anderson. Chairman 








F. X. Sager. Chairman 


R. B. Safford 
S. B. Moore 
L. P. Gassman 


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G. L. Reynolds 
J. W. Wright 




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Harry Lewis Fitzgerald with Miss Betsy Ann Wadsworth 

ASSISTED BY 

J. H. Thomas with Miss Jane Clinton 
Committees 

J'iiiaiicc 
\V. C. Cremin, Chairman 



J. H. Sawyers 



S. C. Mattox 
F. E. Huffman 



J. A. Hanley 
C. C. Smith 



T. M. Boland 



Floor 
W. L. Wilson. Chairman 



Reception 
S. W. Wise. Chairman 



W. G. Grove 



W. H. Dyer 
C. A. Prichard 



E. Tucker, Jr. 
L. W. Martin 



Invitation 

T. O. Cremin. Jr.. Chairman 

G. H. Branaman. Jr. C B. Vickers 

E. C. Clements 

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E. W. Chappell, Jr. 
H. O. Hazell 
L. W. Martin 



C. A. LaVarre 
J. A. Hanley. Jr. 
H. C. Hall 



E. Tucker, Jr. 
K. R. Cole 
G. H. Foster 



J. B. Magfj; 

C. H. Darden 

T. C. Wheelwright. Jr. 



LED BY 

LeRoy Hodges, Jr.. with Miss Rosa Batte Hodges 

ASSISTED BY 

Walter C. Cremin with Miss Kathryn Prombley 

AND 

Harry L. Eichelberger with Miss Lucy Mister 

AND 

Harry L. Haines with Miss 

Committees 

Finance 

R. P. DeVan, Jr.. Chairman 

H. L. Eichelberger 

H. M. Dyer 

M. L. Harris 

Reci-ftioii 
F. X. Sager, Chairman 
F. C. Bryant 
M. H. Williams 
R. E. Field 

Invitation 
D. R. Wallis. Chairman 
F. J. Young 
T. M. Boland 

R. K. TURNEV 

Decoration 
J. F. Shroder. Chairman 
H. E. Allen 
P. J. Seraphine. Jr. 
S. L. Clark 



J. E. Belser. Jr. 

A. A. BOLEN 

D. B. Startsman 



J. H. Sawyers 
R. W. Grafton 
H. E. Harwell 



J. D. Battle, Jr. 
W. W. Brown 
F. L. Patton 



J. H. Thomas 
W. S. Stern 
C. Harrison. Tr. 



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Charles A. Pritchard with Miss Martha Tally 

ASSISTED BY 

Joseph Walker. Jr.. witli Miss Marion Walker 

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J. Meredith Graham. Jr.. with Miss Rexa Berry 

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Joseph B. Magee with Miss Helen K.^bler 



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B. E. Brennan 
W. \V. Brown 
F. C. Bryant 




W. W. Hawkins. Jr. R. B. Safford 

L. R. Hodges. Jr. W. R. Schildknecht 

Floor 


E. Tucker. Jr. 
W. F. Tucker 
D. R. Wallace 


K. R. Cole 
W. C. Cremin 
J. A. Hanley 




L. E. Hardwick J. F. Shroder 
J. D. McCl-lly H. p. Smith 

Iiiz'itatioii 




J. S. Snyder, Jr. 
C. B. Vickers 
S. W. Wise 


A. A. Bolen 
S. L. Clark 
C. H. Cohen 




R. P. De\'an, Jr. E. Finkelstein 
H. L. Eicheleerger, Jr. A. M. Fowler 

Armngcinciits 


H. Waller. Jr. 

P. B. WiNFREE. Jr 

G. F. Wing. HI 


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Bailey M. L. Harris 

Denison H. T. Jones 
Dyer A. P. Lowy 

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F. X. Sager 
J. R. Saunders 
B. Steinberg 


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Jax Garber. "The Idol of the Air Lanes," who plays tor his nintli W'ashingtcn and Lee Finals 
during the last twelve xears. 

FINALS-- 1933 

The return of Jan Garber to play for the Finals of 1933 was marked with uiuisual gayety 
and many alumni returning to dance to the strains ot the popular orchestra in Doremus 
Gymnasium. The Final Ball was led by George D. McClure and Miss Ann McMains of 
Dallas. Texas, which brought to a close the 182nd year of Washington and Lee. 









M.XAL GROUP. 1933 

(Bottom Rozi'i FixALs \\'eek Officers and Their Dates — J. F. Juxes. Publiiily Mcinaijc 

J. D. Copenhaver, Sccrctarv-Trcasurcr; G. D. McLlure. President : and 

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I commemorate the bicentennial of the 
birth of George Washington which the entire 
nation was celebrating, Fancy Dress Boil for 
1932 was a brilliant pageant reenacting the 
colonial splendor and unquenchable hope that 
marked the reign of President George Wash- 
ington and the rise of the new republic. The 
stately Washington as he welcomed dashing 
"Light -Horse Horry" Lee, the patriotic La- 
fayette, the courtly Rachambeau, the austere 
but sportive Governor Clinton, and rakish Alexander Hamilton 
to his home, was the beacon in a host of colorful figures in 
powdered wigs and glistening silk knee breeches who gaily 
joined in the "Garden Fete or Mount Vernon." . . . 



DEDICATION 

Because years of uncomplaining service and devotion 

to Fancy Dress Ball have acclaimed her as its patron 

saint, its guiding spirit, and its most distinguished guest 

of honor, and because she originated and helped to guide 

Fancy Dress to its present eminence, ive sincerely 

dedicate the beauty section of the 

1934 Calyx to 

MISS ANNIE JO WHITE 




MISS ANNIE JO WHITE 



BEAUTY 



FEATURING 

MISS CARRINGTOX HOLMAN 

RIDGECREST, NORTH CAROLINA 

MISS MARY VIRGINIA BARNES 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 

MISS MARGARET irATTS 

LYNCHBURG, VIRGINIA 

MISS DOROTHY FLY 

SIIELBYVILLE, TENNESSEE 

MISS HELEN G AUGER 

SULLIVAN, ILLINOIS 

MISS CAROL KING 

ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI 

MISS JANE CLINTON 

CHARLESTON, WEST VIRGINIA 

MISS KATHRYN PERSON 

CINCINNATI, OHIO 

MISS ELIZABETH BUXTON 

MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE 

MISS HELEN MILLER 

TAMPA, FLORIDA 

iMISS MARY HARMON BLACK 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 



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M ilemoriam 

Dr. Henry Donald Campbell 

A1)()iit Iwu o'clock (in Tuesday atteriidon, April lo, 
m;,^4, the sad news quietly spread over the camjms that 
Dr. Henry Donald Cami)l)ell was dead. 1'his word 
l)rnu,t;'ht sorrow to the hearts of faculty and students alike. 

r>v reason of his character and experience he fully 
merited the recognition that hy common consent was 
given him as the senior meml)er of the faculty. Constant 
in friendship, wise and prudent in counsel, stanchly up- 
holding iustice anil right, warning against dangers, yet 
ever readv for jn'ogress, he was honored and loved hy 
us all. 

I!(jrn on the campus, whence he was gathered to his 
fathers, he proliahly more fully enihodied the spirit and 
traditions of Washington and Lee than any other single 
indi\idual who has ever been connected w ith the institu- 
tion. With him closes a unique period of continuous 
service of eighty-two years in the same department of 
the University hy two members of the same family. His 
father, John Lyle Campbell, was an honored professor 
of geologv for thirty-five years, and Dr. Camjibell him- 
self, who succeeded his father, served for forty-seven 
\ears in tb.e same professorship, and during twenty-six 
of these years he was also Dean of the University. 
Rcqitu'scat in pace. 



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ROBIN HOOD 

After years of gay marauding iri the green depths 
of Sherwood Forest, only a pace ahead of the King's 
wardens, Robin Hood, beloved rogue, quixotic philan- 
thropist, valiant hunter, suddenly found favor with 
King Richard Couer de Lion. In 1931, to honor the 
Silver Anniversary Fancy Dress Ball, he stepped out of 
Sherwood to be reconciled by the King with his great Nemesis, the Sheriff of Not- 
tingham. And for the remainder of that festive night Robin Hood and his Merrymen 
recalled to the fair and the brave, assembled from all of medievol England, the 
feats of skill and prowess, with bow and arrow, with spear and pike, by strong arm 
and fleet foot — relived the joy and the glory that had been strewn in the poths of 
the men of Sherwood Forest. 




DOREMUS MEMORIAL GYMNASIUM 




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McDavid, Martin, Bolen. Boland, Cremin 

THE ATHLETIC COUNCIL 

Student AIembers 

Officers 
Amos A. Bolen President 

Lewis W. Martin J 'iee-P resident 

THO^rAssoN M. Boland Secretary-Treasurer 

j\Iembers-at-Large 
W. Duncan McDavid Timothy O. Cremin, Jr. 

Alumni JNIembers 

L. J. BOXLEY L. C. WiTTEN 

C. S. Glasgow R. S. Hutcheson 

Faculty Members 
Forest Fletcher F. J. Gilliam 

Faculty Committee on Athletics 
Forest Fletcher. Cliairnian 
Lucius J. Desha Cl.wtox E. Williams 

Glover D. Hancock Ravmon T. Johnson 

Livingston W". Smith 



MONOGRAM CLUB 



Amos A. Bolex 
Charles C. Smith 
John A. Haxlev 
J. Geiger Hexthorxe 
William D. Ellis 
^^"ili.iam h. dver 
William G. Grove. Jr. 
Clarence O. Carman 



Joe H. Sawyers 
Joseph J. Pette 
William L. Wilson 

George E. Short 
Bernard Steinberg 
Harry L. Fitzgera 
Luther F. X'iolett: Jr. 
Olin K. Miller 
John H. Cooke 



Eli Finklestein 
Joe H. Sawyers 
M. Peele Rn^RS 
John A. Hanley 
Charles H. Reasor 
Harry O. Hazell 

Frank D. Crew 
Frederick D. Sarkis 
Herbert E. Sloan 
I. Glenn Shively 
Rl'geley p. De\'an. Jr. 

Duncan Corbett 
J. Wallace Davies 
Lyle S. Moore. Jr. 
Edward P. Mixcher 

W. Duncan McDavid 



Football 
Hugo J. Bonino 
Thomasson M. Boland 
Lewis W. Martin- 
George R. Clyxx 
Edward L. Seitz 
Joe H. Sawyers 
Samuel C. ^L\tto.\ 
Tack F. Bailey 



William H. Se.\tox, Jr. 
Samuel C. Todd 
johx p. joxes 
Joseph L. Arnold 
John F. McFadden, Jr. 
Francis L. Patton (Mgr.) 
Harvey Pride 
William L. Wilson 




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CETBALT. 

Charle 
\\illiam D. Et 



Baseball 
Walter C. Crbmix 
Samuel C. MatihX 
JiiHx P. Burrows 
j^'-EPH C. Muller. Ji; 



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Ruhard H. Kill 
I.eRoy Hodges, Jr. 
>Jame? F. Cook 



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Harvard P. Smith 
LeRoy Hodges. Jr. 
Hugo J. Bonino 
C. A. JoHNsox (Mgr.) 

BOXIXG 
Edwix' L. Jeax 
George E. Short 
Lewis W. Martix 

SwiMMIXG 
C. Hexry Cohen- 



P. JoXES 

Behxard Steixberg 
Rcii'.KKT E. Field 

John T. Jarrett 
Clifiurd a. Sauerbrun 
Simon ^L Painter 
Wtii-i AM F. Methvin, Jr. 
\\ ii.LiAM F. Symonds (Mgr.) 
Timothy O. Cremin. Jr. 

John C. Whitox 
Early C. Clemexts 
Charles H. Fitzwilson 
Theodore M. Curtis 
William Schuhle, Jr. 
Carl W. Bear (Mgr.) 

Charles A. Pritchard 

Edw.\rd L. Seitz 

James D. McCully (Mgr.) 

Amos A. Bolen 

Robert B. Shively 

Charles J. Mower 
Joseph A. Burtox (Mgr.) 
iL\Rio de la Ossa 
JoHx H. Thomas 

W. Heywood Morelaxd 




FOOTBALL 



Amos Bolen, Captain 
All-Soiithcn, Guard 
Honorable Mciilioii. AIl-Amcr'u 



VARSITY FOOTBALL, 1933 




;x E. "Tex" Tilson 
Head Coach 



Resume 

Under the tutelage of a new coach and a "Xew Deal" in Athletics. Head Coach 
"Tex" Tilson and his assistant, "Cy" Young, using a modified Warner system of play, 
led the Blue and White through one of the most successful seasons enjoyed in many 
years. The gridmen tackling one of the hardest schedules possible, emerged with a most 
creditable record ; and the promises for a strong 1934 eleven are even brighter with a 
wealth of material coming up from the championship Yearling squad. 

The Generals started off the season with their annual game with West Virginia's 
powerful Mountaineers. Outweighed twenty pounds to the man and doped to lose by 
several touchdowns, the Blue and White battled their opponents on even terms, and 
emerged from the field with a 0-0 deadlock — the first time a W. and L. eleven has tied 
the Slountaineers since 1927. Defensive work by Mattox and punting by Sawyers, 
featured the General's play. 

The next Saturday. Tilson's gridmen defeated an unusually strong Roanoke College 
team, 14-6. The General forward wall threw the Maroon backs for a loss of 46 yards 
on running pla3-s while the Blue and White gained 130 yards through the visitors' line. 
The William and Mary Indians next invaded Lexington and were defeated 7-0 : due 
chiefly to Sawyer's 54-yard return of a punt to place the ball in scoring position where 
Mattox scored from the lo-yard line. The feature of the Generals' offense was a drive 
from their 7 to the Indians' 16-yard stripe in nine plays. 

Captain Bolen then led his team against Yale in Xew Haven and finally lost, 14-O, 
after a stiff battle against the Xortheniers. The Blue and \\"hite drove to Yale's 23- 
yard line in the first quarter, but lost the ball on a pass over the goal line. Yale befan a 
determined drive in the second quarter and finally scored after a gallant stand by the 
Generals, featuring Boland and Glynn's play. Yale's last tally resulted from a fumble 
by the General's safety : Yale recovering on 20-yard line and pushing over another score. 

On October 21, the Generals met the strong, undefeated Kentucky eleven in Roa- 
noke. Outweighed 18 pounds to the man, the Blue and White completely outplayed the 
Wildcats to upset their winning streak with a 7-0 victory. After a scoreless first half, 
the Generals received the kick-off and drove 94 yards for a touchdown. Sawyers scoring 
on a shuttle pass from the lo-yard line. The Generals outrushed the Wildcats 128 yards 
to 80 yards and bottled up, Kerchixial, their star back. 



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STATE CHAMPIONS 

Coach Tilson next week led his gridmen to Princeton, to face the undefeated Tiger 
team and succeeded in holding them to the lowest score of the season, a 6-0 victory ; 
but a heart-breaker to lose. Although \V. and L. crossed Princeton's goal twice, once 
when Dyer intercepted a pass and another time when Sawyers scored, on the same play 
that beat Kentucky, after a drive to the Tiger lo-yard line, both were disallowed by the 
referee. Princeton was completely outplayed. The Generals rolled up ii first downs to 
their lo; gained 147 yards to their 137: netted 78 yards on passes to their 28; and made 
no fumbles to their six. 

On November 4, after a strain of the Vale, Kentucky, and Princeton games, the 
Generals opened their Big Four campaign by playing V. P. I. in Blacksburg which 
ended in a ■/-■/ deadlock. The offense was featured by Seaton's 63-yard return of a punt 
which put the ball in a scoring position where Mattox finally bucked it over and kicked 
the extra point. The Gobblers scored early in the first quarter on a pass over the goal. 
In fourth quarter, after an exchange of punts, V. P. I. drove to the Generals' 4-yard 
line with four downs for a score and at the end of the fourth down it was still four 
yards to go, featured by a determined stand by the Blue and White line. 

Returning to Lexington for Homecoming and their last local appearance, the 
Generals whipped the Virginia Wahoos for the third straight year and cinched the 
state championship with a 6-0 victory. The Blue and White tally came in the last quarter 
when Joe Sawyers took a W'ahoo punt on his 15-yard line and ran through the entire 
\'irginia team for a score. The play of Captain Bolen was outstanding as well as the 
entire team. 

The strenuous schedule which had been showing on the squad ever since the Prince- 
ton game when the Generals were at their peak, ripened into actuality the last two 
games when Centre defeated the Blue and White 12-0 in Danville for their homecoming ; 
and Maryland crushed the Generals in their last game of the season at College Park, 
33-13. Crippled with the loss of three regulars in the backfield, the defense was helpless 
against the Colonel passes which brought both their tallies. The Generals piled up 13 
first downs to their 4, however. At College Park, with regulars still missing, the 
Blue and White jumped to an early 13-0 lead, but then cracked and Maryland ran 
across five touchdowns over a broken W. and L. team — the eleven that had beaten 
Kentucky and outplayed Princeton just couldn't keep form during the latter part of the 
gruelling ten-game schedule. The season on a whole was successful, winning four, 
losing four and tying two over the outstanding teams of the East and state. 




H,\RRY K. "Cv" VoUNG 
Assistant Coach 




MoR.AWECK. TiLsox (Coacli). Jones. Je.\x. .Arxulh. W 11. 
C.\PT.\ix BoLEX. Glvxx, Ellis, Smith, S-Wvyeu; 



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VARSITY FOOTBALL 

Warren E. Tilson Coach Amos A. Bolen Captain 

Harry K. Young Assistant Coach Francis L. Patton Manager 

MOXOGRAM MEX 

Amos A. Bolen William D. Ellis Thomasson M. Boland Samuel C. Mattox John P. Jones 

(Captain) William H. Dyer Lewis W. Martin (Captain-elect) Joseph L. Arnold 

Charles C. Smith William G. Grove, Jr. George R. Glynn Jack F. Bailey John F. McFadden, Jr 

John A. Hanley Clarence O. Carman Edward L. Seitz William H. Seaton, Jr. Francis L. Patton 

J. Geiger Henthorne Hngo J. Bonino Joe H. Sawyers Samuel C. Todd (Manager) 

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Joe Sawyers, Caf>taiu 

All-Soiitlicni Fori^'arii 



VARSITY BASKETBALL, 1933-1934 




"Cy" Young, Coach 



Resume 

The Generals' chances of a good season were lessened by the ineligibility of Hen- 
thurne, star guard of 1933 and Ellis, star freshman center of last year. Coach "Cy" 
Young molded his team around the veterans Captain Joe Sawyers, Smith, Fields, 
and Jones. 

St. Johns was the first team played and defeated by a 38-28 margin on the local 
court. Virginia was next defeated in Lynchburg by a 26-25 count in a thrilling en- 
counter — the lead changed five times during last half. Sawyers bagged the winning goal 
in last seconds of play. The Blue and White suffered their first defeat at the hands of 
the strong U. N. C. quint. Lagging 21-7 at the half, the Generals, found themselves in 
the last period, scoring 17 points to Carolina's 13, but lost 34-24. 

The next week saw the Generals invade Xorth Carolina and after holding N. C. 
State to a 13-9 margin at half, finally lost 30-17. The next evening at Durham, in a 
close game. Duke finally nosed out a 41-37 victory in which the lead changed ten times 
during the game. Duke led at the half 22-20. Returning home and then journeying to 
Morgantown to play West Virginia, the Generals couldn't get going and dropped the 
encounter by a 41-27 score. Duke was next tackled in Lynchburg and after leading the 
Blue Devils in the first quarter and trailing 21-19 at half, the Durham quint pulled 
away for a 41-27 win. 

Returning to Lexington, and strengthened by the return of Ellis to the squad, the 
Generals crushed V. P. L, 47-31. Smith, Pette, and Ellis led the offense. The next night 
William and Mary was defeated 44-27 by an improved General team. Journeying over 
to Blacksburg, the Gobblers were overwhelmed 48-30: featured by Charlie Smith 
scoring 15 points in 12 minutes in the last half. 

The Red Terriors of N. C. State were the next victims, succumbing 43-47 in one of 
the best played games of the year in Doremus gym. Pette and Ellis each scored 12 
points, while Sawyers held Rex, star visiting guard, to no field goals. Richmond was 
met later in the week and defeated 29-26 in a slow contest. 



Virginia nosed out the Blue and White quint 31-30 in Charlottesville and George Washington edged out another close 
game by a 30-27 margin in Washington, when Coach Young rested the regulars for the tournament in Raleigh. 




IliGGi.Ns {Mgr.}, MiDDi.EK.M.i'. M.\GR.\TH. PuLLK.v, YouxG (Coach) 

W.\TTS, Wilson, Smith. S.\wyeks (Capt.), Ellis, Jones, Fields. Pette 

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SOUTHERN CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS 




ELLIS 

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5M1TH 

CftPTAIM-ELECT 

( ALL 5OUTHER^^-C0^FERE^^CE CENTER'! 



Southern Conference Tournament Won by Washington and Lee 

RALEIGH. X. C— MARCH i. 2. 3 

In the thirteenth annual tournament. South CaroHna. the defending champions, were seeded first ; Xorth Carolina, sec- 
ond ; Duke, third : and Maryland, fourth. The Generals drew the strong Maryland quint as their first round opponents 
and administered a 45-37 trouncing to place them in the semi-finals. The shooting and passing of the entire team was superb. 
Sawyers led the offense with 18 points which was the highest scored in any game during the tournament. 

X. C. State pulled the upset by eliminating the championship South Carolina team and faced the Generals in the semi- 
finals. In a close game, the Blue and White defeated the Raleigh quint 32-28. The teamwork and passing of the entire 
team a.sain featured for Coach Young's five. This victory placed the Generals in the finals against Duke who had upset 
Xorth Carolina. 

In a close and wonderfully exciting game, the Blue and White ti'ssers came from behind in the last few seco ids of play 
to win the contest and the Southern Conference Championship with a 30-29 victory to give a \'irginia team its first court 
Championship since the Conference was established in 1921. With fourteen seconds remaining and Duke leading 29-28. 
Captain Joe Sawyers broke up a Duke pass, dribbled the length of the floor to miss a snowbird : Pette following up. batted 
in the winning goal as the whistle sounded ending the game with a 30-29 margin for Washington and Lee. 

Coach Young and his squad are to be congratulated on their achievement in giving W. and L. their first Basketball title 
and their fighting spirit throughout the tournament. Although the loss of Captain Joe Sawyers will be keenly felt, the Gen- 
erals' chances of repeating in 1935 are excellent, with a wealth of freshmen material from the Yearling championship quint. 




H1G01N5 

MANAGEP- 



^TEIMBERG 

GUARD 



VARSITY BASKETBALL— 1933-1934 



H. K. Young- 



Joe H. Sawyers 
Joseph J. Pette 



January 

January 

January 

January 

January 

February 

February 

March i, 



8— W. 
1 1— W. 
U— W. 
29— W. 
30— W. 

2— W. 



■L iS: St. Johns College 



Coacli Joe H 

Captain-elect Stanl 

MONOGRAM MEN 
. Wilson William D. El 

Smith John P. Jones 

RESUME 
28 February 



fERS Captain 

HiGGiNS Manager 



Bernard Steinberg 
Robert E. Field 



rgin 



ersity.. 



State.. 



L 24; N. C. 

L 17; N. C 

L i7 ; Duke 4 

L 27; West Virginia 4 

L 27; Duke 4 

-Southern Conference Tournament — 
W. & L., 45; Maryland, 37 

W. & L., 32; N. C. State, 28 

'inals— W. & L., 30; Duke, 29 
L. — Southern Conference Champions 



■W. &L 47; V. P. T 31 

25 February 9— W. & L 44; William and Mary 27 

34 February 12— W. & L 48; V. P. 1 30 

30 February 14— W. & L 43: N. C. State 37 

41 February 19 — W. & L 29; Richmond University 26 

February 20 — ^W. & L 30; Virginia 31 

February 2j — W. & L 27; George Washington University 30 

Joe. H. Sawyers — All-Southern forward and captain. 



Char 
Will 



C. Smith— AIl-So 
1 D. Ellis— Honor: 
s— Southern Confe 



ithern center. 

ble mention — All-Southern guard. 

■ence Tournament high-point man- 




BASEBALL 



Fitzgerald. Jarrett 



Harry Fitzgerald. Co-Captain 
All-American I'irst Baseman. 1932 and 1933 

Jack Jarrett. Co-Capfaiii 

Generals' Xumher Cine Pitcher. 1031. 1932, 1933 







JARRETT 

PITCHER 



COO KE 




MULLER 




Back Row — Webber, Mullek. Mattox, Cooke 

Smith (Coach), Jones. Branaman, Short. Steinberg, George. Tucker (/;-. Mgr.) 

Painter. Cremix, Burrows, Jarrett. Sauerbrun, Miller 



VARSITY BASEBALL, 1932-33 



R. A. Smith Coach 

Harry L. Fitzgerald Co-Captain 



Joh X T, Jarrett Co-Caj'tain 

William F. Symonds Manager 



George E. Short 
Bernard Steinberg 
Harry L. Fitzgerald 
Luther F. Violett, Jr. 
Olix K. Miller 



Monogram Men 

Johx^ H. Cooke 
Walter C. Cremin 
Samuel C. Mattox 
John P. Burrows 
Joseph C. Muller. Jr. 



John T. Jarrett 
Clifford A. Sauerbrun 
Simon M. Painter 
William F. Methvin, Jr. 
William F. Symonds (Mgr.) 



Resume 

March 27 — Washington and Lee 2 

March 28 — Washington and Lee l 

March 29 — Washington and Lee l 

March 30 — Washington and Lee 9 

March 31 — Washington and Lee o 

April 5 — Washington and Lee 9 

April 10 — Washington and Lee I 

April II — Washington and Lee 4 

April 15 — Washington and Lee II 

April 17 — Washington and Lee o 

April 25 — Washington and Lee 3 

April 29 — Washington and Lee 6 

May I — Washington and Lee 7 

May 4 — Washington and Lee 3 

May 9 — W ashington and Lee o 

May 10 — Washington and Lee 12 

May II — Washington and Lee i 

May 13 — Washington and Lee 5 

3(12 



Wake Forest 7 

X. C. U 5 

X. C. State II 

Richmond 5 

William and Mary 3 

L'niversity of Vermont 2 

N. C. U 2 

X. C. State 7 

Virginia o 

William and Mary 4 

\'. P. 1 2 

\'irginia 7 

\". P. 1 8 

Wake Forest 2 

Maryland 4 

Xavy 8 

Drexel 2 

Army i 




TRACK 



Eli Fixklestein, Captain 

Soutliern Conference Indoor Low Hurdles 

Champion and Record Holder. 1932. 

^^ inner of 70-yard Low Hurdles. \\'ashington Relays. 103J 

Tvine W'lirld's Record. 




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DUNAJ 



BEAR 

MANAGEF^ 




6CHUHLE 



5CHliHLt 




Bear (Ai9>'->, Whiton, Curtis, Schuhle, Fletcher (L'nach), Dyer, Hodges, Startsman, Fitzwilson, Sawyers 
Cooke, Bacon. Rivers, Reasor, Patton, Hanley, Finklestein (Captain), Ruff, Dunaj^ McGeory, Gabb, Clements, Wilson 



Forest Fletcher.. 



Carl W. Bear.. 



VARSITY TRACK, 1932-33 



..Coach 



Eli Fin'klestein . 



..Captain 



..Manage 



Eli Finklestein (Capt.) 

Joe Sawyers 

Matthew Peele Rivers 

John A. Hanley 

Charles H. Reasor 

Harry O. Hazell (C apt. -elect) 



Feb. 8 — Washington and Lee 

March 4 — Southern Conference Meet.. 



Monogram Men 
M. Richard Dunaj 
Theodore M. Curtis 
William Schuhle, Jr. 
Richard H. Ruff 



Resume 

(Indoor) 



..26y3 ; Virginia 



LeRoy Hodges, Jr. 
James F. Cook 
John C. Whiton 
Early C. Clements 
Charles H. Fitzwilson 
Carl W. Bear (Mgr.) 



63?^ 

..W. and L. — Fourth 



(Outdoor) 

April 8 — Washington and Lee 39-/3 

April 10 — Washington and Lee 78 

April 15 — Washington and Lee 37 

April 22 — Washington and Lee 41 

April 28 — Washington and Lee 56^4 

May 6 — Big Four Meet — 

First — Virginia 56 

Second — V. M. 1 41' j 

307 



V. P. 1 86^ 

Maryland 48 

William and Mary 89 

Duke ' -- 85 

Richmond 65 '4 



Third- 
Fourth- 



A". P. I 

-^\'ashi^gtnn and 




Forest Fletcher, Coach 
Drake, Newburger, Startsman, Dunaj (Capt.), Dyer, Browning, Scully 



VARSITY CROSS-COUNTRY, 1933 



Forest Fletcher Coacli M. R. Dunaj Caj'tain 

J. F. Schroder Manager 

jMoxogram Men 

M. R. Dunaj (Capt.) J. H. Drake 

R. T. Scully R. L. Newburger 

D. B. Startsman R. C. Dyer 

V. A. Browning J. F. Schroder (Mgr.) 

Resume 
November 3— At Davidson— Washington and Lee 56 ; Davidson 35 

November 10— State Cross-Country Meet, held at \'. M. I.— V. M. 1 30; Virginia 37; \Y. and L 68 

November 25— Southern Conference Meet, held at Chapel Hill, N. C Washington and Lee, Fifth 

Captain Dunaj, Winner — Time, 15 minutes, 27.8 seconds. New Southern Conference Record. 




WRESTLING 



Harvard Smith. Co-Captaiii 
Charlie Pritchard, Co-Captain 

Smith, Southern Conference Champion — 
145 pounds. 1934 

Pritchard, Southern Ci inference Champion — 
165 pounds, 1933 ; runner-up, 1934 

Third Place in National Intercollegiates in 
145-pound class 



VARSITY WRESTLING, 1933-1934 




Archie E. Mathis 
Coacli 



Resume 

Washington and Lee's mat team, under the able tutelage of Coach Archie Mathis, 
continued its sweep in wrestling circles. Crew, Smith, Pritchard and Bonino went 
through the season undefeated in dual meets. The Generals won all their meets by 
overwhelming scores with the exception of a 16-16 deadlock with the Navy; and with an 
undefeated Yearling squad coming up, prospects look even better for ne.xt year. 

WASHIXGTOX AXD LEE, 31; JOHNS HOPKINS, 5 

The General grapplers opened the season on the home mat by trouncing the visitors 
with the loss of only one match. Coach Mathis used six sophomores against the Hopkins 
team; falls were registered by: Crew, Shively, Pritchard and Seitz. 

WASHINGTON AND LEE. 34; ROANOKE Y, M. C. A., o 

The Roanokers were easy victims for the Blue and White as Mathis used an 
entirely different team with the exception of Bonino in the unlimited class. Five falls 
were gained by the Generals. 

WASHINGTON AND LEE, 30; DAVIDSON, o 

The next match saw the Davidson College team completely outclassed and blanked 
by the Generals on the local mat. DeVan, Seitz and Bonino gained falls. 



WASHINGTON AND LEE, 



N. C. 



29; ,\. u U., 5 

The Generals left, for a North Carolina invasion, wrestling Carolina Friday and 
N. C. State on Saturday. Coach Mathis used five reserves against the Tar Heels, losing 
only one bout. Sarkis, Smith, Hodges and Bonino gained falls as the Blue and White 
easily defeated their opponents. 

WASHINGTON AND LEE. 18; N. C. STATE, 6 

Journeying over to Raleigh the next night, the matmen faced the undefeated Red Terriors of State, winning six matches 
and losing only two. No falls were registered, due chiefly to the smallness of the mat. 

WASHINGTON AND LEE, 16, NAVY, 16 

The next week found the Generals at Annapolis tackling the undefeated Navy squad which proved to be a thrilling 
encounter. Trailing 16-11 with only one match to go, Bonino pinned his rival in quick order to tie up the match at i6-all. 
Pritchard, Smith and Crew were the other winners for the Blue and White. 




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BiiWM.\x, Tam.ok. Cciipi'Ek, l;.\>iL. R. Shivki-V, G. Shivi:i.\, IIohges, Bennett, Maiiil-, {Coiicli) 
Chew, Sarkis, Sloax, DeVan, Smith, Pritchard, Seitz, Bonino 



SOUTHERN CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS 



WASHINGTON AND LEE 27: V. P. I.. 5 

The Generals returned home to end the sea- 
son with an eas\- victory over the Gobhlers from 
Blacksburg- with the loss of one match, Seitz los 
insj to W'aldrc]), their Conference champion in a 
tussle packed with thrills. Crew, DeVan and Bo- 
nino gained falls ; Bonino throwing his ri\al in 40 
seconds. 

SOUTHERN CONFERENCE TOURNA- 
MENT, HELD AT BLACKSBURG, VA. 

The Generals successfully defended their 
championshii) 1)\' jiiling up a total of 31 points, \'. 
^L L trailing. Sarkis retained his 126-pound cham- 
])ionship ; Smith captured the 145-pound title and 
Bonino the unlimited. Crew, 118 iiounds, was run- 
ner-up: Pritchard, runner-up in 163 pounds: 
Seitz, runner-u]) in r55-pound division: Sloan, 
third in 135-pound: and Hodges, third in 175- 
pound division. 

Co-Captain Smith went through his fourth 
season, undefeated in dual meets — losing only once 
in 1933 in the finals of tournament by a 50-secon<! 
time advantage in an over period. Co-Captain 
Pritchard, Conference champion in 1933. was un- 
defeated in four years of wrestling, dual meets: 
losing only in finals of 1934 tournament in 165- 
pound class. Pritchard gained third place in the 
National Intercollegiates held at Ann Harlnir, 
Mich. Bonino lost in the semi-finals in the un- 
limited division in the National Intercollegiates 
but won the cup oft'ered by Coach ]\Iathis for the 
highest point score of the year — winning all of his 
matches by falls. 

In the last five years, the Varsity has won 28, 
tied I and lost I — a record hardly surpassed by 
an\' team in the countr\'. 




BONINO 

UNLIMITED • SOUTHERh 
COINF CHftMPlOM 



Gexer.xl Ch.XMPIOXi: 




Dfc VftN 

145 L8S 



CREW 

116 LBi. FIMALlt>T JOU, COHF. TO(.l(?HAMENT 




HODGES \(^5 LBS, 




Sloax Gaixs Uecisiox 



Sarkis Pixs Oppoxext 



VARSITY WRESTLING 



A. E. Mathis Coacli 

Harvard P. Smith Co-Ca['tain 



Charles A. Pritchard Co-Captain 

James D. McCully Manager 



MOXOGRAM ]\IeX 

Frank D, Crew I. Glexx Shivelv LeRoy Hodges, Jr. Edward L. Seitz 

Frederick D. Sarkis Rugeley P. DeVax. Jr. Hugo J. Boxixo Robert B. Shively 

Herbert E. Sloax Harvard P. Smith (Co-Captaiu) Charles A. Pritchard (Co-Captam) James D. McCully {Mgr.) 

Southern Conference Champions 

F. E. Sarkis 125-lb. Hugo J. Boiiino Heavyweight 

Harvard P. Smith i45-lh. Charles Pritchard.... 3rd in Xat. Inter, Tournament — 145-lb. 

Record of W.^shington and Lee Varsity Wrestling Teams During Past Five Years 

1929-30 Se.wox 

\V. & L 34; William and Mary 

rmy I 

niversity of Virginia 

1930-31 Season 
W. & L 34; Richmond Y. M. C. A o W. & L 3 



W. &L. 

W. & L 36; U 



\V. & L 29 

\V. & L 23 

W. & L 22 



North Carolina Slate 

Virginia Polytechnic Institute.. 
Duke University 



Davidson College 3 

\'irginia Polvtechnic Institute s 

Duke University 8 



o \V. & L 

6 W. & L 24 

1931-32 Se.^sox 

W. &L 34; Johns Hopkins University o W. & L 22 

W. &L 22; Universitv of North Carolina 8 \V. & L 20 

W. &L 25; Davidson College 3 \V. & L 21 

1932-33 Season — Southern- Conference Champions 
\y. &L 22; North Carolina State 5 \V. & L 24; Virginia Polytechnic Institute 



Virginia Polytechn 
Duke University ... 



Institute 6 



College 
sity of North Carolina 13 

1933-34 Season — South 

W. &L 31: Johns Hopkins S 

W. & L 34; Roanoke Y. M. C. A 

W. &L 30: Davidson College o 

W. & L 29; University of North Carolina 5 



\V. &L 13; Na 



\V. & L 18; North Carolina State 6 

\V. & L 16; Navy j6 

\\'. & L 27; Virginia Polytechnic Institute 5 



Five Year Varsity Record: Won 28; Lost i; Tied i. 

Five Year Record Varsity and Freshmen: Won 53; Lost i; Tied 1. 

1934 — Won Southern Conference Tournament with 31 points — V. M, I. Second — N. C. State Third — V. P. I. Fourth. 

North Carolina and Duke failed to score. 

314 




BOX ING 



Eddie Mixcher, Ca[^tain 




TILSON 

COACH 





175 LBS. FINALIST ^OU. CONFERENCE TOURNftMetIT 
UNDEFEflTEP-DUALMEETJ 




DAVIE6 

t25- LB5 



5HORT CAPT ELECT 
105 LBS. - UMDEFEATED DUAL MEETS 




BOXING RESUME, 1934 

The season opened in the local ring against 
Roanoke College with the Generals pounding 
out a ^Vi-Yi victory. Corbett, Davies. Moore, 
Captain Mincher, Jean, and Martin won for 
the Blue and White. Short was held to a 
draw and Mincher won by a K. O., the only 
one of the evening. 

Tilson's mitmen next journeyed to Raleigh 
to take on the strong State squad, who de- 
feated the Blue and White by a 6-2 margin. 
Short outpointed his opponent in the i6s-pound 
class, and Martin and Moore fought their 
rivals to a draw. Captain Mincher was defeated 
by his old rival. Garner, in a close battle which 
was the rubber fight after three years of 
rivalry. 

The next week the Generals fought the Y. P. I. 
team in the most colorful contest of the season. 
The match was featured by Captain Mincher's 
knockout of Captain Bussey after a'i rounds 
of furious fighting. Davies, Reeser, Moore, 
Short and Martin were the other victors for 
the Blue and White. The heavyweight was 
forfeited to the visitors, giving the Generals 
a 6-2 margin. 

Maryland was the next meet, and in a close 
battle the Generals emerged victors when Mar- 
tin knocked out his opponent in the light-heavy 
class. Corbett also k.-oed his rival. Mincher 
got a forfeit ; Short gained a decision ; and 
Davies and his opponent fought to a draw 
as the Blue and White were victors by a 41^2- 
zYz count. 

The General mitmen entered the Southern 
Conference Tournament held at Charlottesville 
the next week, which was featured by Martin's 
advance to the finals when he lost a decision 
to his Maryland opponent, whom he had 
previously k.-oed and Moore's decision over 
Clemson's Captain. 

The Blue and White closed the season with 
a journey to .\nnapolis to tackle the strong 
Navy team. Forfeiting to the Midshipmen in 
the 118 and unlimited weights, due to injuries, 
the Generals won two. lost three, and a draw in 
the remaining" six matches. Davies and Martin 
were the victors, while Short and his opponent 
fought til a draw in make tlie final count 5'j- 
2j/^ in favor of the Xavy. 

Martin and Short were undefeated in dual 
meets during the season. 




MOWER 

HEAVY WEIGHT 




Hakmax (.')•. Mgr.), Reeser, Xewtox. Stuart, Burtox (Sr. Myr.) 
CoRBETT. Davies. Moore, Mincher {Coft.). Jeax. Short, Martix. Mower 



VARSITY BOXING, 1933-34 



W. E. Tii.soN Coach Edward P. Mixcher 

Joseph A. Burtox Manac/cr 



..Captain 



Duncan Corbett 
J. Wallace Davies 
Lyle S. Moore. Jr. 



MoxoGRAM Men 
Edward P. Mixcher (Capt.) 
Edwin L. Je.\x 
George E. Short (C apt. -elect) 



Lewis W. Martin 
Charles J. Mower 
Joseph A. Burton i,Mgr.) 



Resume 

January 20 — Washington and Lee 6J^ ; Roanoke College lYz 

February 3 — Washington and Lee 2 ; X. C. State d 

February <j — Washington and Lee 6 ; \'. P. I 2 

February 17 — Washington and Lee 4^ ; Maryland 3^ 

March 3 — Washington and Lee 2V2 ; Xavy sV^ 

February 24— Southern Conference Boxing Tournament— Won by N'irginia. Martin a linalist in 175 pounds. 

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INTRA-MURAL SPORTS 1933-34 

Intra-JMural Board 

Forest Fletcher Chairman 

E. P. TwoMBLV Treasurer 

A. E. Mat HIS Secretary 



Donald R. Wallis 



LeRoy Hodges, Jr. 



M. Richard Dunaj 



Winners up to April i. 1934 

Football Touring Tigers Volley Ball Delta Tau Delta 

Horseshoes Kappa Alpha Basketball Alpha Tau Omega 

Swimming Delta Upsilon Handball Kappa Alpha 

Wrestling Touring Tigers Boxing Alpha Tau Omega 

Averages at April i, 1934 



Touring Tigers 304^2 

Kappa Alpha 280^ 

Alpha Tau Omega 173 

Phi Kappa Sigma 172!^ 

Delta Tau Delta 162^ 

Phi Gamma Delta 136 

Lambda Chi Alpha Il6'^ 

Pi Kappa Alpha 116 

Sigma Nu 114 

Phi Kappa Psi 105 



Sigma Alpha Epsilon 102 

Delta Upsilon loi 

Phi Epsilon Pi 995^ 

Pi Kappa Phi 78"^ 

Zeta Beta Tau 70 

Alpha Chi Rho 54^ 

Sigma Phi Epsilon 51 

Beta Theta Pi 45 

Kappa Sigma 44 

Phi Delta Theta 38 



Sigma Chi 30^ 

320 






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INTRA-MURALS 

i93-'-33 

Kappa Alpha. Winner — 365 Points 



Football Kappa Alpha 

Horseshoes, 

Tie — Kappa Sigma and Pi Kappa Alpha 

Swimming Delta Upsilon 

Wrestling Sigma Nu 

Handball Phi Kappa Sigma 

Golf 



Volley Ball Pi Kappa Alpha 

Boxing Alpha Tau Omega 

Basketball Touring Tigers 

Track Tie — Kappa Sigma and Barbarians 

Tennis Kappa Alpha 

Baseball Sigma Alpha Epsilon 

Sigma Chi 



Individual Winners 

L. R. Hodges, Pi Kappa Alpha. 159 R. P. DeVan, Phi Kappa Sigma 155/ 

R. Dunaj, Touring Tigers 144 



M. 
Number of Organizations, 22 



Number of Men Participating, 568 



Final Average 



1. Kappa Alpha 3<j5 

2. Touring Tigers 334 

3. Phi Kappa Sigma 283 

4. Pi Kappa Alpha 250 

5. Sigma Alpha Epsilon 223 

6. Phi Kappa Psi 15- 

7. Alpha Tau Omega 149 

8. Kappa Sigma 148 

9. Alpha Chi Rho 142 

10. Phi Epsilon Pi 133 

11. Delta Tau Delta 127 



12. Sigma Chi 126 



13. Delta Upsilon 125 

14. Lambda Chi Alpha 105 

15. Sigma Nu .•. 104 

10. Barbarians 98 

17. Beta Theta Pi 96 

18. Phi Gamma Delta 90 

19. Pi Kappa Phi 89 

20. Sigma Phi Epsilon 70 

21. Phi Delta Theta 68 

22. Zeta Beta Tau 38 









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HARRY LEE CREW 

Frank E. Calhoun Caj'tain 

B. Elliott Brennan Caftain-clect 

Varsity 

Stroke B. E. Brennan 

No. 3 J- L. Haines 

No. 2 E. E. Calhoun 

No. I C. Thomas 

Coxswain A. O. Burks 

Winner of Annual Race during 1933 Finals 

Junior Varsity 

Stroke B. E. Brennan 

No. 3 B. Steinberg 

No. 2 R- M. Cross 

No. I G. R. Swink, Jr. 

Coxswain A. O. Burks 



!■". E. Calhuux 
Cal'tain 



Freshman 

Stroke M. H. Murphv 

No. 3 E. Chaze 

No. 2 C. E. Svdenstricker 

No. I R. E. Hollaxii, Jk. 

Coxswain L. A. McMurran 

323 







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H. L. Haines 
Cciptaiit 



ALBERT SIDNEY CREW 

Hexrv L. Haixes Captain 

H. D. McNew Captaiii-clcct 

Varsity 

Stroke J- R- Rvland 

\n. 3 G. J. Stephens 

So. 2 D. J. Bennett, Jr. 

Xo. I H. L. Haines 

Coxswain H. D. McNew 

Junior Varsity 
Stroke H. E. Kelley 

Xo. 3 C. A. GUNTER 

Xo. 2 J- B. Austin 

Xo. I S. B. Moore 

C.ixswain - H. D. McNew 

Winner of Annual Junior Varsity Race during 
1933 Finals 



Freshman 

Stroke P. M. Davis, Jr. 

Xo. 3 S. Y. HoYT 

Xo. 2 F. M. JOHXSOX 

Xo. I W. V. Brooks 

Coxswain -J. S. Seligmax 

Winner of Freshmen Race during 1933 Finals 

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Back Roz>.' — McXeil (Mgr.), Harris, Reid, Glynn, Khett, Jones, Twombly (Conch) 
Lanier, Williams, McDavid, Cohen, Franklin, McCauley. Ferris 

VARSITY SWIMMING, 1933-1934 

E. P. Twombly Coach 

C. Henry Cohen Captain 

John N. McNeil Manager 

Monogram Mex 

C. Henry Cohen (Capt.) Roderick E. Harris 

William D. McDavid Harry M. Rhett, Jr. 

(Capt.-elcct) Bruce X. Lanier 

Maury A. Jones William S. Ferris 

Frank H. Reed James M. Franklin 

Robert H. McCauley. Jr. George R. Glynn 

Samuel B. Moore Thomas K. Williams 
John X. McXeil (Mgr.) 

Resume 
January 13 — Washington and Lee... .50; William and Mary.— 16 

February 17 — Washington and Lee.... 57 ; X. C. State 27 

February 21 — Washington and Lee....38 ; Virginia 46 

March 2 and 3 — Southern Conference Tournament 

Duke 43 

Washington and Lee 35 

Virginia 35 

McDavid — Winner of 50. 100. 220 Dashes — new records in all. McDavid 

McDavid and Cohen awarded Major Monograms. 
326 

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Snyder. Ortner, Reynolds 



VARSITY TENNIS, 1932-33 

C E. Williams Coach 

Edward J. Wilson Captain 

Herbert Rudlix Manager 



Monogram Men 



Edward J. Wilson 
Joel S. Snyder. Jr. 
Alvin B. Ortner 
John M. Graham, Jr. 



Resume 



April 24 — •\\'ashington and Lee i : 

.\pril 26 — Washington and Lee 8: 

May I — Washington and Lee 6 

^[ay 9 — Washington and Lee o 

May 15 — Washington and Lee 7; 



John D. Battle 

Bernard G. Harless 

George L. Reynolds (Capt.-elcct) 

Herbert Rudlin 



Davidson 8 

Roanoke i 

Roanoke 3 

\'irginia 9 

Lynchburg o 






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Brown, Cohex, Alexander, McDavid, Wili.akd 

VARSITY GOLF, 1932-33 

E. P. TwoMBLV Coach 

C. H. Cohen Captain 

Hugh Taylor Manaycr 



Cornelius H. Cohen 

{Caft.) 
William D. McDavid 
William H. Alexander 



Monogram Men 



Alanson C. Brown. Jr. 
William L. Wilson 
Karl P. Willard 
Hugh Taylor (Mc/r.) 



Resume 



March 

March 

March 

March 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

May 



2/ — Washington 

28 — Washington 

29 — Washington 

30 — Washington 

I — Washington 

6 — Washington 

7 — Washington 

17 — Washington 

21 — Washington 

22 — Washington 

25 — Washington 

26 — Washington 

30 — Washington 

6 — Washington 



and Lee... 
and Lee... 
and Lee... 
and Lee... 
and Lee.. 
and Lee., 
and Lee., 
and Lee.. 
and Lee... 
and Lee... 
and Lee., 
and Lee.. 
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N. C. U 15V2 

•Davidson Ii 

Wake Forest 314 

William and Marv.- 85^ 

Duke i8 

Richmond University yyi 

Boston College o 

Richmond 4J/2 

William and Mary.... 12 

N. C. U 12 

Davidson 31/2 

V. P. I I 

Catholic L'niversitv.... 4^/2 




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Wilson, Watkins, Brown, Flynn, Berry 

Cox, Moore, Marchant, Owings. McIntosh, Sample, Porter. Anderson, Hecker, 

Brasher, Lowry 

FRESHMAN FOOTBALL, 1933 

U. S. Hostetter Coach 

Wilton W. Sample Captain 

Frank L. Patton Manager 



Charles C. Brasher 
DoixLAs J. Munhall 
Herbert A. Porter, Jr. 
Howard C. Owings, Jr. 
Charles M. Hecker 
Edgar D. Flynn, Jr. 
Kerford a. Marchant 
Carl D. Anderson 
Alfred X. Robbins, Jr. 

September 30 — Washington 

October 14 — Washington 

October 20 — Washington 

October 27 — Washington 

November 10 — Washington 



Numeral Men 

Karl E. Beamer 
Alexander McI.ntosh 
James S. Moody 
George W. Lowry 

L.\NGD0N L. SkARDA 

Alfred P. Moore 
Porter D. Berry 

Wilton W. Sample {Caf>t.) 



Therom L. Brown 
Er.nest E. Franklin 
Joseph F. Mills, Jr. 
Kelly E. Reed, Jr. 
Alexander E. Sproul 
William T. Watkins 
Emery Cox, Jr. 
Laurence W. Wilson, Jr. 
William D. Fishback 



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and Lee o 

and Lee o 

and Lee 2 

and Lee 18 



Greenbrier 12 

V. P. 1 

Virginia 

W'illiam and Mary 6 

and Lee 13 ; Maryland 6 

State Freshmen Champions 

330 



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Cochran, Moodv', Wright, Richardson', Iler. Woodward, Doane 

FRESHMAN BASKETBALL, 1933-34 

E. P. TwoMBLY _ .__ _ __ .._ Coach 

Norman P. Ii.er Captain 

Stanley C. Higgins Manager 



Norman P, Iler (Capt.) 
William Fielden Woodward 
Horace S, Richardson 



Numeral Men 
Giles C. Wright 
George W. Lowry 
James S. Moody 



Russell D. Peters 
Harold W. Cochran, Jr. 
Charles R. Doane 



January 

January 

January 

February 

February 

Feliruary 

February 

February 

February 

February 

Feliruapi- 

Feljruarv 



Resume 
-Washington and Lee 32 ; Jefferson High — Roanoke . 



13 — Washington and Lee 25: 

20 — Washington and Lee 44; 

2 — Washington and Lee 29 : 

6 — Washington and Lee 21 ; 

8 — Washington and Lee 42 ; 

10 — Washington and Lee 2(1: 

10 — Washington and Lee 27: 

12 — Washington and Lee 23 : 

14 — Washington and Lee 37 ; 

lO — W'asliington and Lee 43 ; 

20 — Washington and Lee 52; 



A. M, A 14 

Greenbrier 24 

Emerson Institute 27 

A. M. A 20 

\'. P. I. Freshmen 21 

Emerson Institute 24 

Maryland Freshmen 38 

\'. P. I. Freshmen 19 

Jefferson High 31 

Roosevelt High — Washington 40 

\'irginia Freshmen 26 



State Freshmen I hainpions 
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TwoMBLV, PuLLEX. Rkii.kk. I iRkkxe. Staehlixg, Tucker (.l/;/r. ) 
Childs, Stevexson, Cooke, Howertox. Wright, Mattox, Pette, Martire. Fiske 

FRESHMAN BASEBALL, 1932-33 

E. P. TwoMBi.v - - - - - Coach 

OsBY F. Mattox Caf'tain 

William F. Symoxds Manager 



Albert R. Fiske 
ViCENT D. Martire 
Herman L. Greene 
Kenneth E. Stephenson 
Joel Graysox, III 



Numeral Men 
OsBY F. Mattox 
Alfred M. Pullex, Jr. 
Joseph J. Pette 
Hermax K. Reiger 
Richard T. Cooke 



James W. Wright 
Edward W. Howerton 
Ernest L. Childs, Jr. 
Ke.vneth B. MacDonald 
Frederic M. Robinson, Jr. 



April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
May 
May 
May 
May 



Resume 

5 — Washington and Lee 17; 

8 — Washington and Lee 5 : 

12 — Washington and Lee 2: 

13 — Washington and Lee 8; 

18 — Washington and Lee 2 ; 

24 — Washington and Lee 3 ; .Augusta I 

26 — Washington and Lee 3; Virginia 10 

29 — Washington and Lee 6 ; Greenbrier 4 

I — Washington and Lee 11; Clifton Forge i 

2 — Washington and Lee 10: \'. P. 1 4 

10 — Washington and Lee 15: Greenbrier 20 

13 — Washington and Lee 15; 



Staunton Military Academy 4 

Fishburne 8 

Staunton o 

Clifton Forge 2 

Augusta 6 



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MuLLiNs, Drake. Shroder {Mgr.) 
Drake, Donaldson, Corbett, Gundaker, Price, Bkickhouse, Browning, Beale, Hiserman 

FRESHMAN TRACK, 1932-33 

Forest Fletcher Coach 

Carl W. Bear Manager 



Numeral Men 



Frank L. Price 
Edward W. Hiserman 
Victor A. Browning 
David B. Wharton 
Richard T. Scully 
John H. M. Drake 
Robert L. Brickhouse 
Frank D. Crew 



Hugo J. Bonino 



Resume 

February 8 — Washington and Lee 26 ; 

April 15 — Washington and Lee 2^ ; 

April 2(3 — Washington and Lee - 70'. >: 

April 28 — Washington and Lee - 43/3 - 

333 



John W. Vardaman 
Dickson S. Mullin 
Carroll J. Magee 
Robert C. Gundaker 
Duncan Corbett 
William P. Higgins. Jr. 
William F. Rothert 
William H. Robinson 



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\\'illiam and Mary.. 

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Fallat, Ashley (Caft.), Jexkins. Miller, Foltz. Hauke, Hu^e, Hiller 

FRESHMAN BOXING, 1933-34 

W. E. TiLsoN Coach 

Baird a. Ashley Ca^ain 

Joseph A, Burtox Mauanci' 



Numeral Men 



Daniel A. Fallat 
Baird A. Ashley iCapt.) 
William I\. Miller, Jr. 
John M. Jexkixs, Jr. 
Euwix J. Foltz 



Resume 



February 2 — Washington and Lee 2 

February 5 — Washington and Lee S'A 

February 9 — Washington and Lee 2 

February 21 — VVasliington and Lee 3 



Charles K. Hauke 
David B. Smith 
James M. Hoce 
Harry S. Hiller 
Porter D, Berry 

S. M. a 6 

A. M. a 4y2 

V. P. L Freshmen 6 

Greenbrier 5 



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EVAXS, BOSMAN, LoWRY, KiRK, LeVINE, ArENZ 

FRESHMAN WRESTLING, 1933-34 



James D. McCu 



John P. Evans 
John H. Bosma 
George S. Lowb 



Coach 

..Manager 



NUMERAL MEN 
Walter F. Kirk, Jr. 
RoREiiT B. Secord 



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February 
February 
February 



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2 — Washington and Lee 

3 — Washington and Lee 

10 — Washington and Lee 

12 — Washington and Lee 

22 — Washington and Lee... 

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TEAMS DURING PAST FIVE YEARS— 1929-1934 

1931-32 SEASON 
W. & L. Frosh....i9; Augusta Military Academy.. 

W. & L. Frosh....24; Uni. of N. C. Frosh 

W. & L. Frosh....32; Virginia Tech Frosh 

W. & L. Frosh. ...20; Augusta Military Academy.. 
W. & L. Frosh.... 22; Greenbrier Military School.. 



1929-30 SEASON 

W. &L. Frosh.... 36; William and Mary Frosh c 

W. & L. Frosh... .38: Uni. of Va. Frosh o 

W. &■ L. Frosh. .26; Augusta Military Academy .. S 

W. & L. Frosh... .19; Virginia Tech F'rosh 9 W. & L. Frosh.. 

W. &L. Frosh... .24; Greenbrier Military School.... 6 W. & L. Frosh.. 

1930-31 SEASON 

W. &L. Frosh....3i; Charleston High School 3 W. & L. Frosh.. 

W.&L. Frosh. ...24; Virginia Tech Frosh 8 W. & L. Frosh.. 

W. & L. Frosh.... 22: Augusta Military Academy.... 6 W. & L. Frosh.. 

W. & L. Frosh.... 36; Greenbrier Military School.... o W. & L. Frosh.. 

W. &L. Frosh....24; Uni. of N. C. Frosh 6 

1933-34 SEASON 
W. & L. Frosh....2S; Augusta Military Academy.... o W. & L. Frosh.. 

W. & L. Frosh. ...iS; Uni. of N. C. Frosh 16 W. & L. Frosh.. 

W. & L. Frosh... .31: North Carolina State 5 W. & L. Frosh. 



1932-33 SEASON 

:3; Augusta Military Academy.. 

7; Uni. of N. C. Frosh 

7; Virginia Tech Frosh 

7: Greenbrier Military School.. 



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TwoMBLV (Coach) 

Taylor, Daniel, Wishxew, Winter, Brasher. Lund 

FRESHMAN SWIMMING, 1933-34 

E. P. TwoMBLV Coach 

John X. McXeil Manager 



Charles C. Brasher 
William H. Daniel 
Douglas W. Lund 
Joseph M. Taylor 



Numeral Men 



Harold C. ^LAGOON 
Alfred H. Wishnew 



Clark B. Winter 
Horace S. Richardson 
Alexander R. Abrahams, Jr. 
Claude E. Sanford 



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February 3— Washington and Lee 18; Mercersburg Academy 48 

February 7 — Washington and Lee 41 ; A, ^L A 25 

February 9— Washington and Lee 15: Massanutten 51 

February 13 — Washington and Lee 42: S. M. A 24 

February 16— Washington and Lee 39 : S. M. A 27 

February 19— Washington and Lee 40; .A. M. A 26 

February 21 — Washington and Lee 29: X'irginia Freshmen 37 

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AN EXPLANATION OF THE "FANCY DRESS THEME" 
OF THE 1934 CALYX 

IN an attempt to recreate pleasant memories closely knitted with an event 
which every student of Washington and Lee looks backward with recollec- 
tions of happv moments spent at his Alma Mater; an event which is nearly 
three decades old, the 1934 Calyx lias attempted to retrospect. 

The lulitor has stri\-en to leave the channels of repetition prevalent today 
in Yearbooks, by giving an entirely different central theme — taken from 
moments of forgetfnlness of the worries and toils of life — 

The art drawings and division page color schemes, drawn b\' an alumnus 
of Washington and Lee, have endeavored to bring to you a stimulating 
memor}' of bygone days, which will soon be evidenced by the class of 1934 
of ^^'ashington and Lee. 

The Staff" of the 1934 Calyx expresses the sincerest hope that a pleasant 
review of these happy days spent together on this beautiful campus will be 
reflected again in the minds of the readers who glance through the pages of 
this book. 

To my Staff and students of my Alma Mater I wish to thank, sincerely, 
for their work and support in helping to record the year of i<;33-34 at 
Washington and Lee; and if in these i)ages there is some little incident, 
some picture, some saying, that will later bring back memories to their Alma 
Mater, I will l>e more than rewarded. 

Joel S. Snyder. Jr., 

Eclitor-iii-Cliii'f 



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Compliments of 

The New^ Corner Store 

INCORPORATED 

SPORTING GOODS 

TOBACCO, SODA, CANDY, LUNCH 

BEER, AND WINE 

STATIONERY 

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BREEZING ALONG 

enjoyable going this way. Choice of scenic 
routes, fast through schedules, deluxe parlor 
type coaches. More miles, more comfort, more 
pleasure per dollar than any other travel sys- 
tem can offer. Local Stations in Every City. 
In Le.xJngton Call — McCrum's Drug Store 
Phone 57 or 75 



_ ATLiM^TIC 

GREl^HOUND 



SMITH'S 

Dry Cleaning Works 

105 N. Jefferson Street 
Phone 514 



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You run no risk in giving us 
your cleaning and pressing. We 
are prepared to take care of 
every cleaning need. Your pa- 
tronage will be appreciated 



"You Save by 
Trading Here" 

The Adair-Hutton Department 
Store carries many items the stu- 
dents can use. They save them 
money on everything they 
need personally 



Rooms and Fralernii^ 
Furnishings 



ADAIR-HUTTON 
Department Store 

Lexington, Virginia 



Buy 

Grade "A" Milk 

From State Inspected 

GUERNSEY and JERSEY 
COWS 



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PRINCETON INN 

Alexander St., Princeton, N. J. 

MODERN— FIREPROOF 

American Plan 

100 Rooms with Bath 

Accommodations for Permanent and 
Transient Guests 

J. Howard Slocum. Manager 

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The Inn faces the graduate college. The 

Golf course, directly in front of the inn. 

is available for our patrons. 

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The Flanders. Ocean City. New Jersey 

.American Plan— May to October 



Radios - - - 
Stoves - - - 

Refrigerators 



F. A. DUNN 

Main Street 
Lexington - - Virginia 



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QUALITY FOODS 
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9 Main Street 
Lexington - - Virginia 



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Openings for Qollege VUen 
and Women 

Every year sees an increasing number of college men and women 
finding progressive, profitable careers in the field of life under- 
writing. More and more the business of life insurance becomes a 
profession and as such requires representation by men and women 
with well-tramed minds. 

If interested in a worth-while agency connection, communicate with 

The Life Insurance Company of Virginia 

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 

Incorporated 1871 



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The Phone: 743 

The Result 

All Kinds of 

SANDWICHES 

COLD DRINKS 

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Delivered Promptly 

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Service AlrvaMs 




ROBERT E. LEE 
HOTEL 

PRIVATE DINING ROOM 

BANQUETS 

DINNER PARTIES 



McManama £/ Christian 

"LEXINGTON'S FINEST GROCERY" 



We carry a complete hne of "No. 1 0" Vegetables and Fruits 
and also a full hne of Fresh Vegetables 

Let our Salesman Call by Your Fraternity Each Morning 



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Anything You Wish to 

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ATTENTION! 
Fraternity House Managers 

We Sell High-Grade 
COAL AND WOOD 

Get Our Prices Before Buying 

HARPER &> AGNOR 

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Dispensers of 

RICH MILK 

from both 

GUERNSEY and JERSEY 

COWS 

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Lexmgton, Va. 

Organized 1904 



'Thirty Years of Progress' 



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SALE COMPANY 

Incorporated 

WHOLESALE 
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LEXINGTON 
VIRGINIA 

Branch Houses 

Buena Visia, Virginia 

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Lexington, Virginia 



PAUL M. PENICK, President 

S. M. DUNLAP, Vicc-PresiJcnt 

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RADIOS by Wurlitzer 

REFRIGERATORS by G. E. 



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Phone 188 



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WE MAKE BOOlvSHELVES 

TABLES AND SPECIAL 

WOODWORK 



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Established 1852 

VAN HORN & SON 

THEATRICAL 
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Philadelphia, Pa. 

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Costumes, Wigs and Masks 

Sale or Rental for 

Plays, Pageants, Operas, 

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B. E. Vaughn President T. B. Shackford Vice-President 

Frank Moore Vice-President L. W. PuLTZ Cashier 



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J. L. Teaford 



DIRECTORS 

1. R. Alphin 

Frank Moore 

H. T. Muse 



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THE ROBT. E. LEE 
BARBER SHOP 

HOTEL BUILDING 

Lexington - - Virginia 

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BUS YEAGER 

BALFOUR'S 
REPRESENTATIVE 



FOR YOUR FF^TERNITY PINS 
AND OTHER JEWELRY NEEDS 



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Quality 

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A STANDARD is not an occasional fine result. It is the 
highest possible quality that can be consistently maintained. 
ANDRE STUDIO has become the STANDARD studio for 
College Annual Publications. 

Everything to express, of skill, of technique, of artistry, is revealed 
in our prints. They are the only material proof of our ability, the 
only visible evidence of the value of our photographs and work- 
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Annual Stiff we have combined a comprehensive and ixtemal.c 

the production of fine yearbooks. Lynchburg engraved annuals are 

thereby assuring each stall of the personal and Intelligent assistance 
so necessary In the planning and designing of a truly satisfactory book. 

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