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Class No. '^'J.??.'^.^.^. 

Book No. \N ^ ).T(L 

LIBRARY 

OF 

Washington and Lee University 

LEXINGTON, VIRGINIA 

Accession No. 






EDWARD EMERSON BROWN, JR., Editor-in-Chief 
LEE MOUNTCASTLE KENNA, Business Manager 






AN ANNUAL OF EVENTS PUBLISHED BY THE 

• • WASHINGTON AND LEE 




Ill 





STUDENTS OF • • 
UNIVERSITY 



LEXINGTON, VIRGINIA 



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In present- 
ing the Forty-sixth Volume of the CALYX 
the editors have attempted in some 
measure to portray the New South - - a 
land of promise and opportunity which 
until recently was virtually untouched 
by the march of progress and industry. 
Fast dispelling the old idea of its back- 
wardness, the South is now considered 
the New Frontier of America. And all of 
us who have had contact with Washing- 
ton and Lee through the years realize 
that she has played an important part 
in this new development and can be 
counted on for an even more significant 
role in the future. For Washington and 
Lee, though cosmopolitan, is after all a 
southern university both in setting and 
in influence. Appropriately, then, the 
theme of the 1940 CALYX is the effort 
to capture momentarily the contribut- 
ions of our institution to the New Day. 



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N THE 







SPIRIT OF 




Dr. Livingston Waddell Smith 

PROFESSOR OF MATHEMATICS 



To 

Dr. Livingston Waddell Smith 

Who, identified with Washington and Lee 
longer than any other member of the faculty 
now in active service, has left pleasant and 
grateful recollections in the hearts of the 
generations of students who have known 
him by his gift of keen, incisive, yet kindly 
humor, by his single-minded devotion to his 
duties, by his accuracy in scholarship, by his 
willingness to counsel helpfully, by his fair- 
ness and impartiality, and by his genuinely 
warm humanity. 

DEDrATION 



M E M O R I A M 




GEORGE WALKER ST. CLAIR 

Late President of the Board of Trustees 



PAUL McNEEL PENICK 

Late Treasurer 



ROBERT CLARK TURRELL 

Class of 1940 



JOHN FREDERICK BOSCHEN, JR. 

Class of 1942 



I N D U S T I! y 



For sixty years industry in the South has developed and multiplied, and in recent years its in- 
dustrial progress has become a national sensation. Today the South boasts of most of the 
cotton spindles in the nation, the largest and best equipped shipbuilding plant in the world, a 
large portion of the country's tobacco factories, and important iron foundries and steel mills. 
Science has made possible the widespread development of rayon and nylon plants and fac- 
tories for the manufacture of newsprint paper from the abundant southern pine. These and 
hundreds of smaller industries are having so much effect on the South that the section realizes 
as never before that economic health as well as wealth depends on a sane combination of agri- 
culture, industry, and commence. 



ILLUSTRATIONS: (I) Two five-tandem reducing mills at Sparrows Point, Maryland Plant of the Bethlehem Steel 
Company Tin Mill Division. (2) Loom department of the Million Dollar Cotton Mill of the International Shoe 
Company at Malvern, Arkansas. (3) New Louisville Distillery of Frankfort Distilleries, Incorporated. This plant 
Is the last word in modern distillery construction and has recently been put Into operation. (4) Blast furnace 
of the Republic Steel Corporation at Birmingham, Alabama. (5) Coal en route to the surface. Scene from 
mine in West Virginia on the Norfolk and Western Railway. (6) Group of precipitator tanks under construc- 
tion at Mobile, Alabama. They will contain the alumina which is being precipitated from the liquor. Each 
tank is twenty feet in diameter. Large picture— Air view of the Houston, Texas, Division of the Champion 
Paper & Fibre Co. 



ADMINISTDATION 




C^yrus yricUonnlcK Siatue 




Garnecjie I^lhrarij 




cracker ^Jtall 




(Professor's <jtome 




FRANCIS PENDLETON GAINES 

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




To the Seniors: 



Fresh from the press, this book on some spring morning will engage your attention primarily 
for you to determine how accurate are the likenesses of your friends and yourself, how shrewdly 
the snapshots of current history were chosen, how many of the lovely campus visitors are pre- 
served in pictured similitude. As the years pass, however, this volume will yield other values. 
You will find reminiscence of happy experiences, renewals of ancient fellowships, recollection of 
faces dearly loved but seen only through the deep mists of memory. It is my hope that from 
these pages you will draw also a sense of the dominating influences which give to your Alma 
Mater its character, honor in conduct, friendliness in personal relations, acceptance of the mo- 
ment's duty, fidelity to the enduring purpose, faith in the meaning of life, human and divine. To 
this end may the 1940 Calyx be not only a record of your college days but a stimulus for the 
fulfillment in your own life of the Washington and Lee ideal. 

Francis P. Gaines, President. 



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BOARD OF TRUSTEES 









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3T8'?'^S- 








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Officers 




x^-^ 


John W. Davis 




President 




*Paui. McNeel Penick 


Members 


Secretary-Treasurer 




Harry St. G. T. Carmichael 




William McChesney Martin 




James R. Caskie 




Fowler McCormick 




Walter Lapsley Carson 




Charles J. McDermott 




Herbert Fitzpatrick 




George Campbell Peery 




Oscar Caperton Huffman 




='=George Walker St. Clair 




James Morrison Hutcheson 




John Newton Thomas 




George Bolling Lee 




Harrington Waddell 





Fir, I Ro„-: Carmichael. Hutcheson, McDermott, Penick, Gai 
Second R,,.: Pciv, Carson, Huffman, Thomas. Waddell, Mai 




LIBRARY OF ,„,„„„,t,y 

WASHINGTON & LEE UNIVERSITY 

LEXINGTON. VA. 



1940 




ALUMNI ASSOCIATION 



Officers 

Joseph Taliaferro Lvkes, 1909 President 

\i\RK\ Kii,ii\GER (Cv) YouNC, 1917 Secretary 



The Board of Directors 



Norman* Fitzhugh, 1898 
Dr. R. W. Fowi.kes, 1915 
h. h. i.arimore, 1896 



Stuart Moore, 1914 
John Bell Towell, 1929 

Ki Williams, 191 5 



Local Alumni Chapter Representatives 

Homer Jones Appalachian 

James H. Penick Arkansas 

Bruce Woodruff Atlanta, Georgia 

A. H. Chandler Baltimore, Maryland 

J. F. Hendon Birmingham, Alabama 

Joe Arnold Central Kentucky 

John H. Thomas Charleston, West Virginia 

C. R. AvERV Chattanooga, Tennessee 

Dr. George Schnath Chicago, Illinois 

Alfred Kreimer Cincinnati, Ohio 

Philip F. Howerton Charlotte, North Carolina 

Benjamin F. Fiery Cleveland, Ohio 

R. M. Cabeli Covington, \'irginia 

C. Wells Little Cumberland \'alley 

R. P. Sanford Danville, Virginia 

Edward Lyons Detroit, Michigan 

John Bei.i Florida West Coast 

Judge Paul D. Barns Gulf Stream 

T. D. Anderson Houston, Texas 

Rhydon Latham Jacksonville, Florida 

Tom Torrev Lynchburg, Virginia 

George E. Burks Louisville, Kentucky 

J. MiLLEDCE Naii Memphis, Tennessee 

Edward W. Lee New York, New York 

Elmore Dufour New Orleans, Louisiana 

Leonard Davis Norfolk, Virginia 

Gavlord Stone North Texas 

C. C. Hutchinson, Jr Northern Louisiana 

E. B. Pennybacker Parkersburg, West Virginia 

Frank E. Breadv Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Larry W. Wilson Piedmont 

C. P. Robinson Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 

A. L. Tvree Pocahontas 

Dr. R. \V. Fowlkes Richmond, Virginia 

Earl A. Fitzpatrick Roanoke, Virginia 

W. H. Keister Rockingham County, Virginia 

Albert Steves, III San Antonio, Texa- 

Louis K. Koontz Southern California 

E. H. Bacon St. Louis, Missouri 

J. W. Fitchett Tri-State 

L. Leslie Helmer Upper-Potomac 

R. W. I^NS0N Washington, D. C. 




JOSEPH T. LYKES 




HARRY K YOUNG 




Hancock 
Mattinglv 



THE ADMINISTRATION 

Francis Pendleton Gaines, A.B., Ph.D., Litt.D., LL.D. 
President 

Robert Henry Tucker, A.B., A.M., LL.D. 
Dean of the University 

Glover Dunn Hancock, A.B., A.M., Ph.D. 
Dean. School of Commerce 

William Heywood Moreland, LL.B., LL.D. 
Dean. School of Law 



Frank Johnson Gilliam, A.B., M.A. 
Dean of Students 

Earl Stansbury Mattingly, A.B. 
Registrar 



Paul McNeel Penick, A.B., LL.B. 
Treasurer 



Reid White, Jr., A.B., M.D. 
University Physician 



Foster Edward Mohrhardt, M.A. 
University Librarian 



1940 






FACULTY 










Ik 






Francis Pendleton Gaines 
A.B., A.M., Ph.D., Litt.D., LL.D. 
President 

* r A, * B K, () A K 

James Lewis Howe 

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

Bayly Professor of Chemistry 

a k e, * b k, o a k 
Thomas [ames Farrar 

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

Professor of German 
ATA 

( Retired I 

Livingston Waddell Smith 
A.B., A.M., Ph.D. 

Cincinnati Professor of Mathematics 
<!> K ^I-, <J> B K 

CjLover Dunn Hancock 
A.B., A.M., Ph.D. 

Wilson Professor of Economics and 
Commerce 
re X, * B K, B r i 

William Heywood Moreland 

LL.B., LL.D. 

Bradford Professor of Laic 
K A, * A <J>, A K 

Robert Henry Tucker 
A.B., A.M., LL.D. 

Professor of Economics and Business 

.1 dministration 
K i;, * B K, A K, * 1' N, H 1' i; 

William Dana Ho^t 
A.B., A.M., Ph.D. 
, Professor of Biology 

x ^i', <j> b k, t k i, 
Robert William Dickey 
A.B., A.M., B.S., Ph.D. 

McCormick Professor of Physics 

* K *, * B K, A K, r A 

Forest Fletcher 

E. E. 

Professor of Hygiene and Head of 
Department of Physical Education 
OAK 

|ames Strong AIoffatt, |r. 
A.B., A.M., Ph.D. 

.Issociate Professor of English 
2 * E 

Fitzgerald Flournoy 
A.B., A.M., Ph.D. (Oxon) 

.Issociate Professor of English 

H K >I', * B K, O A K, A"e H, S T 

John Alexander (iRaham 
A.B., A.M. 

.Issociate Professor of Romance Lan- 
guages 
K A, <!> B K, O A K 

Clayton Epes Williams 
LL.B. 

Professor of Law 

n K A, * A *, A K 



FACULTY 



Lucius Junius Desha 
A.B., Ph.D. 

Professor of Chemistry 
*K2, *BK, OAK 

Rupert Nelsox Lattlre 
.'V.B., A.M. 

Associate Professor of Political Sci- 
ence and Sociology 
A T, * B K, O A K, A i: F, A K -V, 
B r 2 

Earle Kerr Paxtox 
A.B., A.M. 

Associate Professor of Matliematics 

n K *, K e K 

William Gleasox Beax 
A.B., A.M., Ph.D. 

Professor of History 

* r A, $ B K, 2 T 

Edward Parker Twomrl^- 
B.P.E. 

Assistant Professor of Physical Edu- 
cation 
A T, A K 

Walter Abraham Flick. 
A.B., A.M., Ph.D. 

Professor of Education and Psy- 
chology 
K * K, * A K, -!> r M, * X 

William Wilson Morton 
A.B., B.D., D.D. 

Professor of Philosopliy and Chris- 
tian Ethics 

* B K 

George Juxkin Erwin 
A.B. 

Assistant Professor of Romance Lan- 
guages 

* r A 
Leonard Clinton Helderman 

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

Associate Professor of History 

* B K 

Charles Porterfield Light, |r. 
A.B., A.M., LL.B. 

Associate Professor of Lain 
2 N, * A <!> 

A. E. .Mathis 

B.S. 

Assistant Professor of Physical Edu- 
cation 

L.awrence Edward Watkix 
A.B., A.M. 

Assistant Professor of English 
2 T, * r A 
Frank Johnsox Gilliam 
A.B., A.M. 

Associate Professor of English 

2 A E, A K, :: T 

Raymox T. Johxson 

A.B., J.D. 

Professor of Law 

II K *, <!> A A, A K, T K .\ 












1940 






FACULTY 









Charles Rice McDoweij. 
A.B., A.M., LL.B. 

Professor of Lai:.' 
1 A E, * A A 

Hexr\ N'ugel Shelley 
A.B., A.M., Ph.D. 

Professor of Ancient Languages 
Sphinx (Lafayette) 

Marcellus Hexrv Stow 
A.B., A.M., Ph.D. 

Profes:or of Geology 
X * E, 2 H, * K ■!', i: r E 

Kdwix Hexri Howard 
B.S., M.S. 

.hsistant Pr.'fessor of .Iccounting 
A T, * B K, A K ^I', B r 2 
Ho\D Ross EwiXG, JR. 
A.B., A.M., Ph.D." 

.IssislanI Professor of Romance Lan- 
guages 

Mertox Ogdex Phillips 
A.B., A.M., Ph.D. 

Assistanl Professor of Economics 

and Commerce 
A K E, * B K, IS r 2 

Ollixger Crexshaw 

A.B., A.M. 

Assistant Professor of History 
<J> r A, * H K, i: T 

Oscar Wetherhold Riegal 

A.B., A.M. 

Associate Professor of Journalism 

* A e 
JoHX HiGGixs Williams 

A.B., A.M. 

Assistant Professor of Political Sci- 
ence 
K A, A K, 2 T, H 1' i 

Fletcher James Barxes, II 
A.B., A.M. 

Assi lani Professor of Political Sci- 
ence 

i: * !■:, A A K, * K 'i>, K 'I' r 

K A n, 2 T, <!> A 1' 

Le.muel Lee Hill 
A.B., A.M. 

Assistant Professor of Biology 
Acacia Fraternity 

Larkix Hlxdlev Farixholt 

B.S., Ph.D. (Oxon) 

Associate Professor of Chemistry 

* [■ A, O A K, T I! n, * S 2 

(lEORGE Stuvvesaxt J-^CKSOX 
A.B., A.M. 

Issislant Professor of English 

Robert F. Bradlev 
M.A., Ph.D. 

Professor of Romance Languages 
•|. H K 



FACULTY 



Herbert Trotter, Jr. 
Ph.D. 

Assistant Frof,ssor of P/iysics 
K <!>, X S 

Francis S'i'uxE-s- W.ali.s 
M.A. 

.Issistant Professor of Romana- Lan- 

ijuaijis and Fine Arts 
2 A E 

William Miller Hintox 
A.B., A.A., Ph.D. 

Assistant Professor of Education 

and Psychology 
K A, K * K, * A K, ^^' X 

Charles Harold Lalck 
A.B. 

Laboratory Instructor in Journalism 
Z A X 

JoHx Alexaxder Veech 

B.S. 

Assistant Professor of Enr/ineerinci 
■!> K 2 

Edward Lammers 
Ph.D. 

Instructor in Geology 

Allex W. AIocer 

A.B., A.M. 

Assistant Professor of History 
* B K, T K A 

Richard Powell Carter 
A.B. 

Instructor in Journalism 
i; <!> E, 2 A X 

Robert Haxes Gr.ay 
B.S., B.M.A., LL.B. 

Instructor in Economics and Com- 
merce 
K 2, * B K, <!> A A 

Merv^x Crobaugh 

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

Assistant Professor of Economics 

Lewis Kerr Johxsox 

M.S. 

Assistant Professor of Com men ,■ and 
Business Administration 

JoHX Grier Varxer 

M.A. 

Instructor in Englisli and Director of 
Music 

Lewis Daxiel Williams 
B.S. 

Laboratory Instructor in Clumistry 

B e n, X r e 

Alfred Gilbert Steer 
A.M. 

Instructor in Languages 



















1940 











FACULTY 



Robert Winter Ru^^ston 
A.B., A.M., M.S. 

Assistant Professor of Mathematu 
K * K 




Theodore A. Smedle^' 
A.B., J.n. 

Assistant Professor of Lav; and 
Librarian 

<!> B K 



George Winstox S.mith 
A.B., M.A. 

Instructor in Economics 
't- H K, * K <!■ 



Ch.ari.es U. St.arr 

A 1!., Ph.D. 

Inslriutor in Chemistry 
* IS K, i; A, * A T 




Thomas Earl Lother^', Jr. 

B.S. 

I nstrin lor in Physits 



Rowland Whitewav Xelsox 
Ph.n, 

Assistant Professor of Enc/tish 




ARR'l MhIAIN PhILHOTT 
H.A. 

Dire, lor of Relu/ious Education 
K A. o A K, K * K 



Al>land Rouse Colealan 
A.B., B.S., M.B.A., C.P.A. 

Associate Professor of A ccountinij 
4> B K, H r :^, A H <1> 




W'lLLLVM W. Pl SH\ 
B.S., M.A., Ph.D. 
Associate Professor of derman 
* li K 



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T I! A N S P n A T I N 



The New South is a part of the New Nation, and industry, commerce, and free enterprise have 
made it so. But these developments could not have come without the phenomenal progress 
made in transportation and communication since 1870. Today the South is bound to the rest 
of the country by steel rails, truck and air lines, and the most advanced means of communica- 
tion. It is indeed a far cry from the small wood-burning locomotives of the eighteen-seven- 
ties to the mammoth steam and electric trains of today, from the mounted messenger of the 
slave era to the telephone and radio now in use. These forces have destroyed isolation, have 
broken down prejudices, and improved understanding — have made possible a New South as 
well as a united nation. 



ILLUSTRATIONS: (I) Modern Norfolk and Western Coal train with thousands of tons of the unexcelled coal 
mined along the railway's lines en route to Tidewater at Norfolk, Virginia, and the N. and W. extensive coal 
piers on the Atlantic Coast. (2) "The Pocahontas"— crack Norfolk and Western connpletely air-conditioned 
passenger train passing the Palisades along New River in Virginia. (3) S. S. "Margaret Lykes" of the Lykes 
Bros. Ripley S. S. Co., discharging Cuban raw sugar at New Orleans. (4) A dawn take-off by one of the 
Eastern Air Lines Silverliners. This service covers the entire South. Large picture— A giant Douglas DC-3, 21- 
passenger Silverliner of Eastern Air Lines is shown soaring above the Magic City of Miami, Florida. 



(LASSES 





SCHOOL 
OF LAW 



OFFICERS 

SENIOR CLASS 

Ethelbert Starkey Roby, Jr President 

Frank Iafolla Vice-President (per^ding) 

Stanford Lee Schewel Secretary-Treasurer 

Samuel Lyle MacCorkle Historian 

Edwin Joseph Foltz .... Executive Committeeman 




FIRST ROW 
Robert Gaily Barr, Jr. Virginia Beach 

A T fi, 2, n A N 
Football, 1, 3. 

• 

William Shuler Burns Lebanon, 

■!> r A, * A * 

President Intermediate Law Class. 3; WL Law Review, Case Editor 

Edwin Joseph Foltz Fort Smith, 

* A 0. (I A K, <t A *. Cotillion Club 

President Phi Delta Thcta, 5; President Publications Board. 5; Business 
ager Calyx, 5; Business Manager, Fancy Dress, 5; Exi 
Crew, I; Boxing, 1; Freshman Camp Councilor, 6; Law Review, 6: Tn 
Phi Delta Phi, 6; "Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities,' 

John Newton Harman, III .... Welch, W 

n K A, A K, * A •!• 

Alfred Caruthers Junkin Lexington, 

* A A 
Virginia Bar Assi 



SECOND ROW 
Va. John Francis O'Connor Buffalo, N. Y. 



Leslie Darr Price 



South Charleston, W. Va. 



* A A 

Va. Vice-Justice. 1938. 39; Justice. 1939-40 of Phi Alpha Delta. 



Kenbridge, Va. 



Ark. 



Va. 



Ethelbert Starkey RobYj Jr. • ■ 

II K ■!>, * A <!• 

Graham. Lee Society; International Relations Club; Secretary. Tr< 
mediate Law Class; President Senior Law Class. 



William Francis Saunders Ridgefield Park, N. J. 

A r. <!' I) K, n A K. H I' 1 

President Delta Upsilon, 4; Editor W. and L. Law Review; Southern Colle- 
gian Assistant Business Manager, 2; Graham-Lee Society, Vice-President, 1; 
Intcrfraternity Council, 4: President Phi Beta Kappa. 



Stanford Lee Schewel Lynchburg, Va. 



Law Review: Ditector Legal Aid Clinic; Speakers Bureau; Debate Team, 1, 2, 
3, 4, 5. Manager, 3; Wash. Literary Society, President, 1; International Re- 
lations Club; Christian Council Executive Committee, 4, 5; Interfraternity 
Council, 3; Troubadours, 2; Secretary Senior Law Class, 



1391 





John Chapman Snidow, Jr. ■ • ■ Christiansburg, Va. Wendell Reber Stoops Scottsbluff, Neb. 



1 X, <!> A A 
Virginia Bar Associ, 



A T v.. * A <I>, "13" Club 

President "13" Club, 5; President Phi Delta Phi, 6; Freshman Manager 
Baseball; Basketball, 3, 4. 



Harry Roberts Stephenson, Jr. Greenville, S. C. 

* K I, U A K. * A *, "13" Club, Cotillion Club 

President Omicron Delta Kappa, 5; President Cotillion Club. 4: Manager 

Freshman Football. 3: Dance Board. 4. 5, President, 5; "Who's Who m 

American Colleges and Universities. 



Lanier Thurmond Lynchburg, Va. 

1 X. * A * 



John Clark White Charleston, W. Va. 

1 X, 11 A X, Cotillion Club 

Business Manager Fancy Dress. 2: Secretary Pi Alpha Nu, 2; Football, I, 2, 3; 

Basketball, 1, 2; President Fteshman Law Class, 4. 



SENIOR LAWYERS 

NOT HAVING PICTURES TAKEN 
Horace Woodburn Bittenbender Franklin, Pennsylvania 

•1> K *, * A A 

Roderick Dhu Coleman Gate City, Virginia 

Law Review Note Editor. 

Oswald Beverley McEwan Orlando, Florida 

K A. * A * 

Samuel Lyle MacCorkle Charleston, West Virginia 

* K ::. * A *, z 

Eugene Horton White Lexington, Virginia 

a B , Washington and Lee, 1927; M.A., Washington and Lee. 1929. 




STATE BAR MEMBERS 

VIRCjINIA 

William Schi ler Bl rxs Willla.m Fraxcis Salxders 

Ethelbert Starkev Rorv, Jr. Staxford Lee Schewel 

joHX Chap.\L'\x Sxidow, Jr. 

Laxier Thi'rmoxd 

INTERMEDIATE LAWYERS NOT HAVING PICTURES TAKEN 

John Ai.hxanukr I.^'l•^llurg, \'irKniia 

•!■ K S 

Pete Spencer Barrow, Jr Bluefielii, West Virginia 

'^ r A 

Frank Cleveland Heuincer, Jr Bnydtoii, Virginia 

,|, i <|, 

Keith Wayne Blinn Hutchinson, Kansas 

* r A, * A * 

Edutn Hobby Dobenheim Longview, Texas 

Charles Elmore Bowles, Jr Pulaski, \'lrginia 

A T A. 'I' A >l' 

William Carv nRiiCKiNRinct . . ... I'incastif, \ irgiiua 

+ K 2 

.'\lan Ma.\ Bromb.acher West Palm Beach, Florida 

A T <!. <l> A •!< 

Emery Co.x, Tr Norfolk, Virginia 

A T a. * n K, O A K, 2. K '[■ K. * A <!■ 

Clifford Bolles Curtis, Jr West Englewood, New Jersey 

II K •!• 
John Lii.lard Davis Winchester, Kentucky 

* A e 

H.«KELL Tyndall Dickinson Little Rock, Arkansas 

1 X. II A K. •■!!■• Club, White Friars, * A ■!'. S 

Francis Weber Foreman • ■ • Elizaheth, New Jersey 

II K A 
Charles Edwin Mottesheard Charleston, West Virginia 

A X A 

Richard Rowan Parsons Bramwell, West Virginia 

Louie Anthony Paterno Smithers, West \-irginia 

John Edward Perry Greensburg, Pennsylvania 

A T 

William Bryce Rea, Jr N"^' ^'"'^' ^^'"-""' ^''"'^ 

Pedro Antonio Rodriguez Lares, Puerio Rico 

.!■ A A 
Lynell GRIFFITH Skarda ■ .^.^-^ Clovls, New Mexico 

Charles Bascom Smith, Jr Cooper, West Virginia 

Richard Paul Southworth Minneapolis. Minnesota 

A X A. * A 'I- 
ROBERT LAWRENCE Van \\'agoner Lynchburg, Virginia 

* r A 

FORREST Burnette W.-u.l South Hill, Virginia 

,- Arrington, \'irginia 

Alexander Massie ^ uille >' ' 





OFFICERS 

Ralph Edward Keehn President 

Richard Paul Southvcorth • ■ • Vice-President 
John Edward Perry .... Secretary-Treasurer 

Pedro Antonio Rodriguez Historian 

Frederick Bartenstein . Executive Committeeman 



INTERMEDIATE LAW 



INTERMEDIATE LAW 



Frederick Bartenstein, Jr. . . Warrenton, Va. 

OAK 

Graham-Lee Literary Society; Glee Club, 1; Christian Council, 
2, 3; Freshman Camp Councilor. 3; Head Councilor 4 5- 
Business Manager of Southern CoUeg,„n. 4i Executive com- 
mittee Intermediate Law Class; Law Reyiew Staff. 5. 



John Arch Gurkin Nnrfolk, Va. 

A T !! 
Senior Wrestling Manager; Vice-President Freshman Law Class. 



Charles Franklin Heiner Huntington, W. \'a. 
* A i 



Ralph Edward Keehn .... \'aIparaiso, Ind. 

2 X, * i *, Cotillion Club 
President Intermediate Law Class. 



George McInernev Bavport, N. V. 

n K * 

Southern Collegian. I, 2. 3; Wrestling, I. 2, 3. 4; Monogra 
Club: Crew Manager, 3. 



RuFUS Hale Shum.aie .... Pearisburg, Va. 

I N. <!> A A. Cotillion Club 



George Murray Smiih, Jr. . Richmond, Ky 

•^ B K. * H 1. * A A 

Football. I: Rifle Club. 2; Treasurer Phi Eta Sigma. 4; Vice 
Justice Phi Alpha Delta. 5; Dance Floor Committee, 5. 



Allen Thomas Snyder .... Glenside, Pa. 

* K ♦. <l A K. * A *. CotiUion Qub. "n" Qub 

Business Manager, Ring-tum-Phi. 4; Senior Baseball Manager; 
Freshman Assim. Committee, 3, 4; Monogram Club; Inter, 
fraternity Council; President Phi Kappa Psi . 4; " 
Committee, 5; Vice-President Fancy Dress, 1940; Public 
Board; "Who's Who m American Colleges and Universil 



Cecil Wood Taylor Lynchburg, Va. 

A T S, O A K, S, * A *, "13" Club, White Friars 

President Student Body. 5; President Fancy Dress, 4; President 
Junior Oass. 3; President Alpha Tau Omega; Senior Manager 
Football; Monogram Club; Dance Band, Vice-President. 4; 
Secretary, 3; "Who's Who in American Colleges and Uni- 

u.rsitios " 4 5 



fvyj", „;;?»rvf 




mo 





OFFICERS 

George Messenger Foote President 

Robert Edward Summerall • • • Vice-President 
Ernest Woodward, II • • • Secretary-Treasurer 
Charles Wilson Midelburg .... Historian 



FIRST YEAR LAW 



FIRST YEAR 



Bii.i.iE Bert Armstrong .... Roswell, N. M. 
:: .\. 'h .\ A 



Ch.ari.es Fr.ank B.agi.ev, Jr. . Fayetteville, Tenn. 
1 A E 



Elliot Wilsox Buns, Jr. . . . Jacksonville, Fla. 
* r A. <[■ A >l> 



John Lvle Campbell, Jr. . . . Lexington, \'a. 
K .\. * A *, 1. Cotill.on Club 



How.ARD Wesley Dobbins . . . Louisville, Ky 

A T v.. "13" Club. '1' A 'I' 



James Robert Howard .... Gary, \V. Va. 

n K A, "13" Club. Cotillion Club. <1' A <!■ 

President of Pi Kappa Alpha, 5; Football. 2; Basketball. 2; 

Secretarv-Treasuter of Cotillion Club, 3; Interfraternity Council, 

3; Intramural Board. 3. 



Homer Augustus Jones,»Jr Bristol, Va. 

* r A, n A X, "13" Club, ■!> A * 

Ring-tum-Phi. 1, 2, 3: Treasurer Forensic Union, 1; Wash- 
ington Literary Society; Calv.x, 1. 



Josi Antonio Luina . . . Fajardo, Puerto Rico 
* A A 



William Bvron McBrvde 



Troy, Ala. 



Austin McCaskill .... Little Rock, Ark. 




1940 





FIRST YEAR 



Kenneth Douglas Moxley . Charleston, W. Va. 

1 * E 

Graham-Ue Literarv Society; Troubadours; Vice-President, 
Director. 



Luis Basii.io Ortega 

. San Eco de Magoris, Dominican Republic 



Benjamin Aiticus Williams . . Courtland, \'a. 



John Wh.llam Williams 



Grundy, Va. 



FRESHMAN LAWYERS NOT HAVING PICTURES TAKEN 

Cornelius Presion Bowman, Jr Staunton, Virginia 

William Taylor Dabnev, III, 4> K ^' Richmond, Virginia 

Richard Charles Danahv, ATA Buffalo, New York 

Carter Glass, III Lynchburg, Virginia 

Waller Lane Howard Floyd, Virginia 

Robert Graham Isgrigg, <!> A ip ■ Pontiac, Michigan 

Jack Keith, Jr Sand Fork, West Virginia 

Charles Milton Landrum, A T Si Lexington, Kentucky 

WiTCHER Guthrie McCui.lough, <1> A e Huntington, West Virginia 

William Micajah Martin, 2 X San Marino, California 

Charles Wilson Midelburc, TIE* Charleston, West Virginia 

James Alexander Pine, K A Princeton, West Virginia 

Samuel Beriolet Read, * A A Catlett, Virginia 

Edmund Schaekfer, III Lynchburg, Virginia 

Cash Taylor Skarda, K A Clevis, New Mexico 

Clifford Logan Waltkrs, K A, ■!■ A '!■ Shelbyville, Kentucky 

Oliver Hampton W\rd, Jr.. II K A. ■!■ A -I' Charleston, We>t \'irginia 

Howard Wgod.vian Wilson, * A A Carlinville Illinois 



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SENIORS 

NOT HAVING PICTURES TAKEN 

Earl Jennings Carson Danville, Kentucky 

A T n, A K 
FoothjU. 1, Z: Basketball, 1. 2. 3. 4; Co captain Baslcetball. 4. 

Robert Renick Cockrei.i Santa Monica, California 

•^ r A 

Harold Nelson Cox Norfolk, Virginia 

A T Si, K * K, i; 

Joseph Beach Edwards St. Louis, Missouri 

Ben 

Ring-Tum Ph,, I, 2, 3; Calyx, 1, 2, 3; Swimming, 1; Swimming Man. 4. 

Robert Bvrd Espv Dothan, Alabama 

K 1, + e K 

Granville Coe Farrier, Jr Somerton, Pennsylvania 

l X 

Football, 1; Ctew, :. 3, 4; Wtestling, 1, 2. 3. 4, 

SioN Augustus Faulk Chipley, Florida 

A T 
Fencing, 2, 3: Debating, 4. 

Gilbert Gardner Plainfield, New Jersey 

i; A x 

Graham-Lee Literary Society, 1, 2; Secretary-Treasurer Sophomore Class; Ring-Tum-Phi, I. 

Ralph Allen Hausrath Copiague, New York 

n K •!> 

C-ew. 3. 4. 

Robert Lee Hudson, Jr Richmontl, Indiana 

* K 'l' 
Crew, 3. 

John William Johnston Murat, Virginia 

Jack Calvert Jones Carollton, Missouri 

1 N, Cotillion Club, "13" Club 
President Sigma Nu; Debate, 2, 3, 4; Baseball. 1, 2, 3; Golf, 4. 

James Edward Lindsev, * K 2, K # K Ringgold, \'a. 

Football, 2, 3. 4, 5. 

Hugh Campbell MacFarlane Tampa, Florida 

K A, Cotillion Club, * A « 
Tennis Manager. 4. 

Paul Guerrant Morrison, Jr Chicago, Illinois 

<!> B K 

German Qub; French Club; Troubadours, I. 2; Southern Collegian, 3. 

Joseph S. Myers, Jr Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

William Parker Neal West Danville, Vermont 

Robert Lvtle Robertson Murfreesboro, Tennessee 

K A 
Tennis, 1, 2. 3, 4; Co-Captain Tennis. 4. 

Edward Girard Roff Mapleivood, New Jersey 

A T, ^ A X 

Galen Brown Royer Wood Ridge, New Jersey 

Hans Adolf Schmitt Frankfurt, Germany 

French Club. 3; German Club, 4; International Relations Qub, 3, 4; Southern Collegian, 3. 

Jonathan Westervelt Warner Tuscaloosa, Alabama 

2 A E, Cotilhon Club, White Friars 
Wrestling, 1; Swimming. 1, 2. 3, 4; Pre.sident White Fri?rs. 3; Monogram Club. 



1940 





OFFICERS 

ACADEMIC 

Franklin Allen Nichols President 

Walter Russell Guthrie Vice-President 

Kelley Litteral Secretary 

Jackson Grover Akin, Jr. Historian 

COMMERCE 

Donald Gordon Buck President 

Thomas Hoyt McCutcheon Vice-President 

Peyton English Rice Secretary-Treasurer 

Samuel James Sublette Historian 

i 

SCIENCE 

George Christian Nielsen President 

James Huntoon Bierer Vice-President 

Henry Elwood McLaughlin Secretary-Treasurer 

Charles Pell Lewis Historian 

Senior Executive Committeemen 
Brent Harrison Farber, Jr. Grover Cleveland Baldwin, Jr. 





FIRST ROW 



SECOND ROW 



Jackson Grover Akin Bowling Green, Ky. 

ATA, 'h U K 

Vice-Pteiident of Delta Tau Delia. 4; Swi.nm.ng, 1. 2, i. 4; Interlraternity 
Council. 4; Dormitoiy Councilor. 4; Head Councilor. 4; Frejhman Camp 
Councilor, 4; Ring-Tum Phi. 1; Graham-Lee Litcraiy Society. 2; Freshman 
Baseball Manager, i: Honor Roll. 1. 2. 3, 4; Inteinanonal Relations Club. 4; 
Rob--it Alexander Endowed Scholar:.h,p. 4; Debating. 3. 4. 



John Goodwin Alnutt Baltimore, Md. 

I) H II. 11 A K. White Friars. K •!■ K 

Troubadouis. 1. 2. 3. 4; Ring-Tum Phi. 1. 2; Calyx. 1; Lacotie. 2. i. 4; 
\.jshington Awaid. 3. 



Glenmcre Murrell Ash Lexington, Miss. 

II K A 
C^LVX. 1; \Vre..,tling. 1; Band. 4. 



Garland Hansbrough Baptist ■ . . Winchester, Va. 

T K I. K -I' K 
Band, 2. 3. 



Frank Smoot Beazlie Newport News, Va. 

II K A. .\ r () 

Sociclas Praemcdica; Football, 1; Calvx. 1. 3; Wrestling, I. 



James Huntoon Bierer Waban, Mass. 



Vice-Pre.,ident Senior Science Class; Geology Scholarship. 3: McCoimick 
Physics Society. 3. 



Bill Vaughan Avers St. Joseph, Mo. 

u II ri. "i3' Club 

Secretary-Treasurer of ■'l!" Club. 



Joseph A. Billingsley. Jr. King George, C. H., Va. 



Football. 1; Baseball. 1.2, 3. 4. 



Grover Cleveland Baldwin, Jr. ■ Paris, Ky. 

•I' r A. o A K, 11 A .\, Cotillion Club, <i> A ■!' Charles Edward Blair Middletown, Ohio 

Basketball. 1. 2. 3. 4; Sophomore Executive Committeeman; President of Pi A T A 

Alpha Nu. 4; President of Phi Gamma Delta. 4; Senior Executive Com.:,ittce- a j , ^, r-, i. , r^ u i ^ ! d 

man; Interfrateinitv Council. 4. Band. 2; Glee Club. I; Oichestra. 1. 2, 5. 4. 




FIRST ROW 



SECOND ROW 



Charles Terry Blandford Louisville, Ky. 

A T v.. '-ly Club, x 



Henry Braun, Jr Mexico City, Mexico 

K 1, A K, T K I, Cotillion Club 

President of Kappa Sigma, 3; Wrestling, 1, 2. 3. 4, Captain, 4; Crew, 1, 2, 
3, 4, Captain, 3; Track. 1; Athletic Council, 3. 



Richard Winfield Boisseau .... Petersburg, Va. 

* K 1. U A K, X. Cotillion Club. K * K 

Football. 1. 2. 3. 4; Captain. 1, 4; All-Southern Tackle. 4; Swimming, 1; 
Track. 1. 2. 4; Monogram Qub; Athletic Coimcil, 3; Assimilation Commit- 
tee, 3; President of Phi Kappa Sigma, 4. 



Reid Brodie, Jr. Owensboro, Ky. 

K A, I) A K. n A X, Cotillion Club. K * K 

Football, 1: Senior Manager, 4; Freshman Assimilation Committee. 4; Mono- 
gram Club. 3. 4. 



Augustus Lea Booth Danville, Va. 

II K A. 1 A X. II A N 

Ring-Tum Phi. 1. 2; Basketball. 1; Baseball, 1, 2, 3, 4; Assistant Director 
of W. and L. News Bureau. 3. 4; Junior Prom Committee Chairman. 3; 
Interfraternity Council. 3; Freshman Camp Councilor. 4; Secretary of Fancy 
Dress, 4; Finals Week Publicity Chairman, 4; Interfraternity Council Scholar- 
ship, 4. 



Edward Emerson Brown, Jr. - Chattanooga, Tenn. 

r A E, i;, ■■13" Club, Cotillion Qub 

Calv.\, 1. 2, 3, 4. Editor-in-Chief. 4; Golf Team. 2. 3, 4; President of 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 4; Interfraternity Council. 4; Publications Board, 4; 

Christian Council. 4; International Relations Club. 3, 4; Basketball, 1; "Who's 

Who in .American Colleges and Universities." 4. 



Maurice Eugene Bostwick ■ 

i * i; 

President of Sigma Phi Epsilon, 4; Troubadours, 4 



Manhattan, Kan. 



Thomas Ellison Bruce, Jr Scottsville, Va. 

* K 1 
Literary Society. 1; Glee Club. 1; Dormnorv Councilor, 3. 4. 



George Adam Braun, Jr. 

A T, White Fii 
Track, 1. 



East Orange, N. J. 



Donald Gordon Buck • . - Forest Hills, L. L, N. Y. 

A T. White Friars 





FIRST ROW 
William Leroy Burner, Jr. ... Alexandria, Va. 

'!■ B K. + H 1. T K I. B I" 1 

Debate Team. 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain. 3, Manager, 4; Graham-Lee Literary 

Society, 1, 2. 3, 4: Co-founder. 2; International Relations Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; 

Treasurer, 2; Glee Club, 1; Troubadours, 1, 2. 



SECOND ROW 
John Bomar Cleveland Spartanburg, S. C. 

K A. <I> B K. * A 'I'. I! r 1 



Donald Thomas Burton 



Louis Lundy Clinton, Jr. Denver, Colo. 

Upper Darby, Pa. a T n 

Graham-Lee Literary Society. 1; Camera Club, 3. 4. 



William Edgar Bu.xton Memphis, Tenn. Lloyd Robert Cole Winchester, Ky. 

* A e 

Ring Turn Phi, 1; Track. 1; President of Phi Delta Theta, 4. 



K 1. Cotillion Club 



President of Kappa Sigma. 3; Wrestling, 1, 2; President of Cotillion Club. 

4. Secretary Treasurer 3; Interfraternity Council, 3; Vice-President of Dance 

Board, 4. 

Uriah Fooks Coulbourn SufFollc, Va. 

K A, White Friars 

Lawrence Emroy Carson • • • Montgomery, W. Va. ^^^^ ^^^^^ , 3. p„„,t,,i ,. Baseball, i; Track, 3. 

A X A. White Friars 
President of Umbda Chi Alpha. 4; Christian Council, 3. 4; Calv.v, 1. 2. 

Michael Pue Crocker Bel Air, Md. 

•I' li K 

George White Chaney, Jr. Roanoke, Va. ^^^^ ^ ^ ^ ^^p^^_^ ^. ^^^^^^ , , ^ Captain, 4; Dormitory 

j^ .j- Q ' Councilor, 3; Dance Control Board. 4. 



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FIRST ROW 



SECOND ROW 



Charles Clyde Curl, Jr. Helena, Ark. 

A T A, White Friars, "n' Club 
Monogram Club; Football. 1; Track. I. 2, 3. 4; Co-captain. 4. 



Solomon Diamond Roanoke, Va. 



John Jacob Dangler Brooklyn, N. Y. 

A 'I ;.>, W.Hite Friars 
Interfraternitv Council. 3. Sccretaiy-Tieasurer. 3; Baseball. I. 2. i. 4. 



Homer Derrell Dickens DeWitt, Ark. 

1 X, 11 A X. 1 A X. --ly Club. * A 'I' 

Ring-Tum Phi. 1. Editorial Associate. 2. News Editor. 3; Editor of W. and 
L. Handbook. 4; Graham-Lee L.teraiy Society. 1; Debate Team. 2; Vice- 
President of Sigma Delta Chi. 4; Interfraternitv Council. 4. 



Robert Rosslyn Davis Wauwatosa, Wis. 

<l' K 1. White Friars 
President of Phi Kappa Sigma. 4; Track. 1; Crew, 2. 3, 4. 



Richard Booker Easley Richmond, Va. 

II K A 



John Challen Easterberg Winnetka, 111. 

* A e 
John Emanuel Delehanty Wappinsers Falls, N. Y. ^, ^i ^ -, , - 

-' ' ^ ^ Glee Club. 2. 3, 4. 

K 'I' K 



Robert Anthony Dementi Richmond, Va. 

\ X A 



Oscar Ennenga. Jr. Freeport, 111. 

■!■ A e 



Band. 1, 2. 3: Troubadours. 1. 2, 3; RingTum Phi. 1. 2. 3. Advertising 
Calt.v. 1, 2. Photographic Editoi. 2; Soulhcin Collision. 2; Camera Club, Manager, 3; Football, 1. Crew. 1. 2. 3. 4; Captain of Harry Lee Boat 

2. 3. 4, Vice-President, 2. 3. Club. 3, 4. 




FIRST ROW 



SECOND ROW 



Alton David Farber Brooklyn, N. Y. 

* E II 

Ring Turn Phi, 1: Calyx, I; Troubadours, 1; Washington Literary Society. 
1. 2. 



Robert Arthur Fuller Leonia, N. J. 

* r A 

Tennis. 1. 2; Band. 2. 3. 4; Southern Collegian Orchestra. 2. 3. 4; Camera 
Club, 4. 



Brent FIarrison Farber, Jr. • • • . Baltimore, Md. n u ," t o ^ 

•' ' Robert Harold Gaddy Latta, S. C. 

* K 1, c:> A K. 1. Cotillion Club 

I .\. * li K. * H 1. Cotillion Club. White Friars 
Swimming. 1. 2. 3. 4. Captain. 1. 4; Lacrosse. 2. 3. 4; Track. I; E.\ecutive ,. . ,. ^ ^ ._ 

Committee. 4: Inrerlraternity Council 3; Assimilation Committee. 3. President Phi Eta Sigma. 3; Track. 1: Ring-Tum Phi. 2. Copy Editor. 3: 

French Department Scholarship, 2; Bradford Scholarship, 3; James McDowell 
Scholarship, 4. 



James Miles Faulkner Dallas, Texas 

A T A Cotillion Club Herbert Kelly Garges, Jr Atlanta, Ga. 



Southern Collegian. 1: Troubadours, 1. 2. 3. 4. 



'I' A (:). Cotillion Club 



Frederick Augustus Feddeman 



Chester, Pa. 



Robert Lee Gayle Passapatanzy, Va. 

K * K 
Washington Literary Society. 1; International Relations Club, 3, 4. 



George Messenger Foote Alexandria, La. 

K A 

President Freshman Law Class; Swimming. 1; Rmg-Tum Phi. 1; Track. I. 2, 
3; Monogram Club; Senior Swimming Manager. 



Michael Louis Gilbert Brooklyn, N. Y. 

'I' K n. 'I' K I 

Washington Literary Society. 1; Ring-Turn Phi. 1. 2; Rifle Club, 2, 3. 





FIRST ROW 



SECOND ROW 



John Benjamin Gillespie Columbus, Ohio James Wells Hammett Shreveport, La. 

>!• A 1) K A. T K 1 

Basketball. 3; Foothall. 4; Monogram Club.. Glee Club, 2; Band. 2. 3; Wrestling. 4: 220 yard Intramural Champion. 3. 



^ ,, r~ vT /^ 1 A7 Jerome Alfred Heldman Cincinnati, Ohii 

George Mason Grasty New Castle, Va. -^ 

z B T 
■!■ H K. 4. H 1 

Ring-Turn Phi, I. 
Glee Club. 1; Honor Roll. 1. 2. 5. 



Walter Russell Guthrie .... Washington, D. C. 

A T A. '!■ B K. ■!■ H I 

Track. 1. Senior Manager. 4; Calyx Sraff. 1. 2; Vice-President Phi Eta 
Sigma. 3; Vice-President Senior Academic Class; Monogram Qub. 



Thomas Kennedy Helm, Jr. . ■ 

* r A, Cotillion Club 



Louisville, Ky. 



1. 2. 3. Society Editor, 2, Assistant Editot. 3: Troubadours. 1. 2. 3 
Business Manager, 3; Dorm Councilor. 



William Miller Gwyn, Jr. .... Ardmore, Okla. 

K A 
Track. I, 2. 3. 4; Monogram Club. 



Ross Vedder Hersey New Bedford, Mass. 

A T A, O A K, 1 A .\ 

Track. 1. 3: Vice-President Graham-Lee Society; Ring-Turn Phi. 1. 2; Glee 

Club, 1, 2, 3, 4. President, 2, 3. 4; Lee Dinner Forum; Organizer W. and L. 

"Zapoppin." 



Edward Thomas Haislip Caldwell, N. J. 

A X A 
Lacrosse, 2, 4, Manager, 3. 



Hamilton Hertz New York, N. Y. 

z B T. r A X 




Fl RST ROW 
Robert Cochran Hobson Louisville, Ky. 

n K A. O A K. CotilUon Club 

Committee, 3; Freshman Camp Coundlor; President Finals, 1940; 
Football, 1; Basketball, 1, 2, 3, 4. 



Theodore Hundley. Jr. 



Huntington, W. Va. 



John Speight Hunter. Jr. ■ ■ Newton Center, Mass. 
K i; 

Crew Manager, 3, 4; Ring-Tum Ph., 1; International Relations Club, 1, 

Joseph Hunter St. Louis, Mo. 

A T, K « K 
Glee Club, 1. 



Robert Steele Hutcheson, Jr. ■ ■ Lexington, Va. 

K A, S, "13" Qub. Cotillion Qub 
Interfraternity Council, 3; Senior Manager Basketball, 4. 



SECOND ROW 
George Watson James, III Richmond, Va. 

K X A, * 1! K, .\ r 9, T K 1, 11 A N 

Societas Praemedica; Swimming, 1; Department Assistant in Biology, 4; 
Marie Louise Reid White Scholarship. 

Andrew Douglas Jamieson, Jr. ■ • ■ ■ Detroit, Mich. 

B H II, * 1! K, II A X, 'I' H 1 

Basketball, 1; Baseball, 1; Calvx. 1; Advertising Consultant, Ring-Turn 
Phi, 4. 

Homer Daniel Jones, Jr. Oak Park, 111. 

•!■ K *. Cotillion Club 
Crew. I; Glee Qub, 3; Rifle Team, 4. 

Lee Mountcastle Kenna .... Charleston, W. Va. 

1 X, II A N, T K I. * A + 

President Publication Board, 4; Business Manager Calyx, 4; President Sigma 
Chi, 4. 

Eugene Monroe Kramer .... New York, N. Y. 

•t E n 





FIRST ROW SECOND ROW 

Alfred Charles Krieger Louisville, Ky. Matthew Thompson McClure St. Petersburg, Fla. 

i; >1> E. White Friars B H II 

RingTum-Phi, 2, 3. 4. Business Manager, 4; Publication Board. 4, Secretary. 
4; Graham-Lee Literary Society. 

Charles Pell Lewis, Jr. ■ St. Albans, W. Va. 

I X. X r e. White Friars, s JoHN Graham McCown Lexifigton, Va. 

Historian Senior Science Class. X V H, T K 1 

Societas Praemedicas, 

Sydney Lewis Richmond, Va. 

,|, |,; n Thomas Hoyt McCutcheon .... Waban, Mass. 

President Phi Epsilon Pi; Athletic Council, 4; Intramural Boaid, 4: Christian Vice-President Commerce Class, 4; Tennis, 2. 3; President of Phi Kappa Psi, 4. 

Council, 4; Interfraternity Council, 3, 4; Basketball, 1, 2, 3, 4; Monogram 
Club. 

Kelley Litteral Ashland, Ky. "enry Elwood McLaughlin .... Pensacola, Fla. 

Football, 1, :. 3. 4; Wrestling. 1; Secretary Senio. Class; President Non. ''' '' ^- * ^^ K, X 1' H 

fraternity Union. 4. Secretary Senior Science Class. 

Melvin Ross McCaskill Little Rock, Ark. Arthur Wilkinson Mann, Jr. Warrenton, Va. 

1 X. T K I <!• K i:, 1 

Societas Piaemedica; Swimming, 1. Freshman Manager Wrestling. 

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FIRST ROW 
Harry Coppee Mason Orange, Va. 

'I' K 1. •!• A ■!' 
Football, 1; Dormitory Councilor, 3. 



SECOND ROW 

Andrew Maurice Moore St. Louis, Mo. 

1 .\ K, r K i 

Ring-Tum-Phi, 1. 2. 



George Horner Melville. Jr. New Rochelle, N. Y. 

AT, II A X 

Interfraternity Council, 2, 4; Vice-President, 4; Track, 1, 2, 3, 4; President 
Delta Upsilon; Monogram Club; Swimming. 1; Vice-President Junior Cla,ss. 



'I' r A, T K I 

Societas Praemedica, 2; Freshman Camp Councilor; Lee Dinner Forun 



Edwin Henry Miller Hagerstown, Md. 

A T 
Grahan.-Lee Society; Camera Qub, 3, 4. 



Curtis Tolley Montgomery 



Lexington, Va. 



Earl Morgan. Jr. Lexington, Va. 

K ^, K '1' K. White Friars 
Golf, 2, 3, 4, Captain, 4; Secretary Kappa Phi Kappa. 



Franklin Allen Nichols Wewoka, Okla. 

'1. K *. "13" Club, Cotillion Club 

••13" Club; President Senior A 
ird. 4; Interfraternity Council, 4. 

George Van Sickle Nicholas .... Dayton, Ohio 

A 'i' 
Band, I. 2. 3. 4; Glee Club, 1, 2. 



George Christian Nielsen • • ■ Perth Amboy, N. J. 

A T A, X r f) 

President Delta Tau Delta, 4; President, Chi Gamma Theta, 4; President 
Senior Science Class; Ba,sketball. 1; Baseball, 1. 




FIRST ROW 

Guy Coleman Oswalt Mobile, Ala. 

<i> r A. T K I 

Societas P.acmfd.cas, Corresponding Secretary; Golf. 3. 4. 

Elvin Dominic Palermo Linden, N. J. 

A X A. 'I' A A 
Grahatn-Lee Society. 

Robert Claybourne Petrey • Washington, D. C. 

n K *. T K I. X r H 

Societas Praemedicas. 

Louis Freeman Plummer Lexington, Va. 

OAK 

Secretary Student Body. 4; Secretary Junior Cla.ss; Glee Oub. 1. :-. Graham 
Lee Society. 1; Ring-Turn Phi. 1; Business Manager. Fancy Dress. 4; Intra- 
mural Board. 4. 

Arthur Reno Porter. Jr. Drexel Hill, Pa. 

•\> B K. li r 1 



SECOND ROW 
Robert Wilson Powers .... Bennettsville, S. C. 

K A. Cotillion Club 



Richard Mullini.x Radcliffe .... Frederick, Md. 

Band. 3. 4; Luther Bivly Scholarship. 3, 4. 



William McClain Read Philadelphia, Pa. 

K I. •!' li K. (.) A K. ■!• H i 

Secretary Phi Eta Sigma. 3; Washington Literary Society. 1. 2. Vice-President. 
2; Christian Council. 2. 3, 4; Head Councilor. 4; Glee Qub. 3. 4; Mahan 
Prize, 2; Assimilation Committee. 4; International Relations Qub. 1. 2; Presi- 
dent of Christian Council, 4. 



Leo Frederick Reinartz, Jr. .... Middletown, Ohio 

A T A. O A K, CotilUon Club, IT A .\ 

Basketball. 1. 2. 3. 4; Captain, 1, 4; Vice-President of Sophomore Class; Presi- 
dent of Delta Tau Delta; Secretary of Freshman Assimilation Committee. 3; 
Secretary of Athletic Council, 3; Vice-President of Student Body. 4. 



Peyton English Rice Little Rock, Ark. 



Secretary Senior Commerce Qass; Department Award in Accoimting. 




FIRST ROW SECOND ROW 
James Raymond Roberts Flemington, N. J. Robert Baur Shreve Cincinnati, Ohio 

ATA S A E 

Swimming, 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club, 1. 

Richard Perkins Ruoff ..... Washington, D. C. 

Ben Franklin Scott Smither Frankfort, Ky. 

Rmg-Tum Phi, 1; Lacrosse, 2, 3, 4; Track, 1. A .X A, * B K, X P H 

International Relations Club, 3, 4, Vice-President 4: Christian Council, 4. 

Louis Claude Schultz, Jr. . ■ ■ F^ighland Park, 111. 

* '' -^ Francis Joseph Sugrue Naugatuck, Conn. 

Mahan Award. 3; Ring-Tum-Phi. 2, 3, Southern Collegian. 1. 2. 3, 4. * K * A K, 11 A X, ^I 

Varsity Football. 2. 3, 4; Southern Collegian, Editor; President of Trouba- 
dours; Vice-President Publication Board; Interfraternitj' Award; Mahan Award; 
Monogram Qub. 

Howard Shepherd Little Rock, Ark. 

i: X. K <^ K 

Glee Qub, 2; Ring-Tum-Phi Business Staff, 2; Assistant Crew Manager. 2. SaMUEL JaMES SuBLETTE, Jr. - . ■ Blucfield, W. Va. 

A T 

Fred David Shellabarger Decatur, . 111. 

* r A, * H r Harry Burnet Stoddart Hershey, Pa. 

Calyx, 1, 2; Southern Collegian, 2, 3, 4, Art Editor, 4. Glee Club, 4; Historian, Senior Commerce Oass. 

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FIRST ROW 
Robert Edward Summerall Atlanta, Ga. 

11 K ■[' 
Secretary of Interfratcrnity Council, 4. 



SECOND ROW 
Samuel Edward Tyler 

1 * E, 11 A X 
Intcrfratcrnity Council, 2, 3. 



Md. 



Horace Fulton Sutherland Galax, Va. Charles Ganahl Walker, Jr. San Antonio, Texas 

i; X, Cotillion Cluh - ^ 

Secretary-Treasurer Cotillion Club, 4; Junior Manager Wrestling; Baseball, 1. 



Oliver James Taylor Bristol, Va. 



Louis McClelland Walker Decatur, 111. 

* r A. T K I. X r H 

Crew, 1; Socictas Pracmedicas; Calyx, I. 



Alfred Ronald Thompson ■ Rockville Centre, N. Y. 

n K •\'. (I A K, K 'I- K, II A .\ 

Football. 1. 2. 3, 4; Basketball. 1. 2, 3. 4; Baseball, 1. 2, J. 4; Captain 

Basketball, 3; Captain Baseball, 4; President Athletic Council, 4; President of 

Kappa Phi Kappa, 4, 



William Crane Washburn 



Pensacola, Fla. 



Ladd Scholarship, 1,2, i. 4; Tennis, 1. 2, 5, 4; Captain Freshman Tenni- 
Co captain Tennis, 4; Glee Club. I. 2; Lee Dinner Forum. 3, 4. 



Alec Nicol Thompson, Jr. 

n K 



Cutchogue, N. Y. 



John Winn Watson Richmond, Va. 

'!■ K 2, A K, n A .\. 2, "13" Qub 

Who's Who; President Fancy Dress, 4; President Junior Class, 3; Assistant 

Manager Football, 3; Dormitory Councilor. 3: Secretary Dance Board. 3; 

Track, 1. 2, 3. 




Fl RST ROW 

Dabney Waller Watts Richmond, Va. 

i: * E 

Ring- Turn-Phi, 1. 



SECOND ROW 

Alonzo McKee Wing, III • St. Petersburg, Fla. 

B e II 

Ring-Tum Phi, 2, 3; Golf, 3, 4. 



William Edward Whaley, Jr. - Louisville, Ky. 

* r A, "u" Qub 

Ring-Tum-Phi, 1; Calyx, 1, 2, 3; Track, 1, 2. 3, 4; Southern Conference 
Indoor High Hurdle Champion, 3; Co-record Holder; Pcnn Invitational Re- 
lays, 3; Vice-President Athletic Council, 4. 



Ernest Woodward. II Louisville, Ky. 

A T <..'. I) A K. 1 A .\, Cotillion Club. >1> A * 

Freshman Assitnilation Committee: Secretary 
>, 2, 3, 4, Secretary, 4; Southern Collegian. 
2, 3. 



Philip Williams, Jr. Woodstock, Va. 

II K A, * B K 

Southern Collegian, 1, 2, 3, 4; Mahan Aw.ird, 2; Ring-Turn Phi, 1. 



Alison Cleveland Wysong, Jr. . Port Washington, N. Y. 

A T A. 11 A \ 
Basketball, 1. 



James Hughson Willis • ■ ■ 

n K A. White 1 
Crew, 3, 4. 



Chicago, 111. Latimer Gorsuch Young .... 

K A. T K I. X r G 
Societas Praemedicas; Cross Country, I; La. 



Baltimore, Md. 





OFFICERS 

Charles Cameron Dean President 

Robert William Russell .... Vice-PresiJent 
William Buchanan .... Secretary-Treasurer 

Chester Harvey Conover Historian 

Henry L. Roediger, Jr., Executive Committeeman 



JUNIOR CLASS 



Samuel Robert Ames 

NORFOLK, VIRGINIA 

A T fi 

Wrestling. 1; Graham-Lee Society. 1. 2. 
Treasurer. 3; Forensic Union, I, Secretary, 
2. Treasurer. 3; Camera Club. 1. President 
2, 3; Ring-Tum-Phi. 1. 2. Photographic 
Editor, 3; Southern Collegian Photo Editor, 
1. 2; Troubadours. 



Arthur William Armstrong, Jr. 

CHICAGO, ILL. 

'!> K +. T K I 



Lupton Averv 

CHATTANOOGA, TENN. 

* A e 

Track. 1; Ring Turn-Phi. 1; Calvx. 1, 



Morton' Darrell Barker, Jr. 



Z B T 

Troubadours; Glee Club. 



Alfred T. Bishop, Jr. 

LOUISVILLE. KY, 

A T n. Cotillion Club, X 

Football, 1. 2. 3; Monogram Club. 



Robert Shimler Bovce 

CINCINNATI, OHIO 

S A E, Cotillion Club 

Junior Baseball Manager; Swimming. I, 

2. 3. 




William P, Ames, Jr, 
IT K a 



Hugh G. Ashcraft, Jr. 
ATA 



Henry Par Baker 



'I' A H. K 'I' K 
Foorball, 1. 2. 3; Christian Council. 



HA'iARI) SlUVVESANT BeRGHAUS 



A .X A. T K I. i: A .\. ir A X 

Freshman Camp Councilor. 3; Lacrosse. I. 
:, 3; Ring Turn-Phi. 1. 2. 3, Sports Edi- 
tor, 3; Graham-Lee Society, 1, 



Robert James Blandinc 



Football. 1. 2, 3; Basketball. 1. 



Ernest Meade Brai.le>, Jr. 
K A 



THE JUNIOR CLASS 



1940 




Alexander Bratenahi 



Gew. 1. 2. 5; Band. 1. 2, 3. 



Francis Carroll I^rvan 

PARIS, KV. 

n K a, Cotillion Cluh 
iskcrhall, 1. 3; Football. I. 2. i. 



Thomas ('ARxts Bukord 



Stephen Eiiwaru Campbell, Jr. 

brooklyn. n. v. 

A T. i; A X 

Washington Literary Society. I. 2: Band. 
I. 2. 3: Swimming. 2. 3. 



Charles Hicrerson Chapm.\n, Jr. 



K 1. Cotillion Club. "I3'- Club 

President Sophomore Class; Southern Col- 
legian, 1, 2, 3; Alternate Manager Basket- 
ball; President Kappa Sigma. 3; Baseball. 
1; Business Manager Freshman Handbook. 
3; Executive Committee of Christian 
Council. 



Edward Carter Crook 

corpus christl. texas 

S X. ■•II- Club 




Pavl Douglas Brown 

ARLINGTON. VA. 

A T 

Graham- Lee Society, 1. 2; Glee Club. I. 
2. 3; Junior Swimming Manager. 



Donald Murray Buchholz 

WASHINGTON. D. C. 
A T V. 

Football. 1. 



Carl Edward Burleson 
K a, t k I 



Earl Eugene Chamness 
A T A 



C. Harvev Conover 

POINT PLEASANT. N. J. 

1 * E. K * K 
Crew. 1, 2. 



Howard B. Davis 

VINCENNES, IND. 
A T A 



THE JUNIOR CLASS 



George Richard Da-i 



'l> A t). "13" Club 



Ai.i.KN Rhodes nELo^n 

A X A. White Friars 



MncHEi.i. Kehh Diskev 

WASHINGTON. D. C. 

II K '!> 



Chester Eccleston 
hackbnsack, n. j. 

A T 



Frederick Hreakspear Farrar 



Ben, ^ A X. Cotillion Club, Whit 



Hamilton- Phillips Fox, Jr. 

SALISBURY, MD. 

<|. r A 




('ii.\Ri.Es Cameron Dean 

1 A v.. Cotillion Club, "13" Club, 1 

Rme-TumPhi, 1; Calyx, 1; Freshman 
Football Manager: Secretary Dance Board- 
President Junior Class. 



A. Edw .\Ki) n'I'.Mn.iii 

Transfer University Pittsburgh. 



William J,\mls Oovol.vs 



A T 
Tennis, 1, 2. 



Ernest Vaughan Echols 



Ai.viN Theodore Fleishman 

ANDERSON. S. C. 

Z 1! T, i: A X 

Secretary Phi Eta Sigma. 3; Band. I. 2. 

Student Manager. 3| Ring-Tum-Phi. 1, 2. 

Desk Editor. 3; Sports Editor Calyx. 3: 

Honor Roll. 



|E.\N Sidney Friedberg 



Junior Basketball Manager. 3; Southei 

Collegian I 2; Football. 1: Ring-Tur 

Phi. 3. 



THE JUNIOR CLASS 



1940 




Herbert Pincus Friedman, 



T. X r e 



Football. I; Swimming. 1. 2. 3; Track. 1. 
^ 3; Dehale Team; Founder and President 
Societas Praemedica; RingTum-Phi, 1, 2; 
Calvx. 1. :. 3; Monogram Club; Vice- 
President Graham Lee Society; Forensic 
Union. 



H.\RRV G.^RKIEI.D GOOnHFART 
DENVER, COLORADO 

B fi n 



M.ATTHEWS Al.I.EN- GRIFKITII 



Ring-Tum-Phi, 1. :, 3; Forensic 
President. Washington Literary 
3; Christian Council. 



Waiter De Forrest Harrod 



Wii.i.iAM L. Heartwei.i., Jr. 



A T A. S A X. Cotillion Qub 

Ring-Tum-Phi. 1, Z. Columnist; Calvx. 

Sports Editor. 1. 2. LIniversity Editor. 3; 

Dormitory Councilor, 3; Football, 1. 



Jerome Gee Hellincs 
* A e 




Robert William Gary 

BEAUMONT. TEXAS 
1 X. <1 A K. Cotillion Club. ■■13" Club. 1 
3; 



Pall E. Golrdox, Jr. 



n K A, White Fria 
Lacrosse, 1, 2. 3. 



Raymond Leyden Harrison 

ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO 



Jackson Armstrong Hauslein 

PHILADELPHIA, PENNSVLVANIA 
* K + 



Marion Grove Heatwole 

HAGERSTOWN, MARYLAND 
A T 



J 


AMES Carlos 


Hernandez 




LARCHHONT, 


NEW VORK 




* r 


A 




1 ; Troubadours 
Manager, 


, 1, 2, 3; T. 
2. 3. 



THE JUNIOR CLASS 



Archie Wallace Hill 

HUNTSVILLE, ALABAMA 

K S. White Friars 

Ring- Turn-Phi, 1; Wrestling, 1, 2. 3. 



William Austin Horton, Jr. 

HACKENSACK, NEW JERSEY 
A T 



Edward Eugene Hunter 

WILMINGTON, NORTH CAROLINA 

ist Student Union. 2. 3; Grahan 
Literary Society. 



Robert S. Juncer 

NEW YORK, NEW YORK 

* E n 

i 1, 2; Basketball, 1; CalY.X, 1. 



Frank Harvey Kiblinc 

SPRINGFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS 
A T 



John Howard Lawrence 

MAPLEWOOD, NEW JERSEY 

S * E, White Friars 




Charles Lee Hobson 



tional Relations Club, President, 3; 
in Council, Secretary, 3; Rifle 
1; Debate Team, 1, 2, 3; Dorm 
Councilor, 3. 



Hugh Robert Hughes 

GUSHING, OKLAHOMA 
2 N 



Franklin Weller Hvnson 



A T A, n a N 



Gordon Edmund Von Kalinowski 

NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA 

ATA 

Wrestling, I; Christian Council, 3; Lee 
Dinner Forum; Dormitory Councilor, 3. 



Harry Grove Kincaid 
A T, X r e 

Washington Literary Society, Presidei 
2, 3. 



Robert Edmund Lee 

COVINGTON, KENTUCKY 

B e n, n A n, k * k 

Secretary-Treasurer, Pi Alpha Nu; Glee 
Club, 1, 2, 3, Business Manager. 3; 
Christian Council, I, 2, 3, Vice-President, 
3; Tennis, 2; President, State Student 
Christian Association. 



THE JUNIOR CLASS 



1940 




Ralph Edward Lehr 



Joseph Taliaferro Lvkes, Jr. 

PELHAM MANOR, NEW YORK 

<i. A e. n A X 

Baseball. 1; Forensic Union. 1. 



Giles Connell McC'rarv 

FT. WORTH. TEXAS 



George Keith McMurran, 11 

NEWPORT NEWS. VIRGINIA 
11 K A 

Calyx. 3; Glee Club, 2, 3. 



John Joseph Mangan 

II K <!>. * A 'l', 1 
Football, 1, 2, 3, Captain, 4; Baseball. 



William Anderson Marsteller 

CHEVY CHASE, MARYLAND 

Ben 




MtihMiM 




William Joseph Longan 
richmond, virginia 

ATA, TKi, xre 



James Roger McConnell 



Ben. "13" Club, White Friars 

Track, 1. 2. 3; Cross Country. 1, 2, 3; 
Secretary-Treasurer of White Friars; Ring- 
Turn-Phi. 1; Calyx, 1. 2, 3, University 
Editor 2, Fraternity Editor. 3; Monogram 
Club. 



William Joseph McLeod 

ST. PETERSBURG, FLORIDA 

* A e 



Allen Macaulay 
teaneck, new jersey 

I * E 



William Henrv Marshall 



Henry Thomas Martin, Jr. 

ROANOKE, VIRGINIA 

ATA 
Christian Council, 2. 



THE JUNIOR CLASS 



Tom Lewis Martin 

GOLDVILLE, SOUTH CAROLIN 

* i e 



Clifford Howetson Muli.er, Jr. 



William Alfred Murray 

GLENCOE, ILLINOIS 



John White Preston, Jr. 

PARIS, KENTUCKY 

n K A 
Glee Quh; Wrestling. 1. 



John Morrison Raines 

LITTLE ROCK. ARKANSAS 
ATA 



Robert Morris Renick 

MIDDLETOWN. OHIO 

1 * E 

Intetfraternity Council; Troubadours; Gr; 
ham-Lee Socierj'. 




Richard Arno Mehler 



CJeorge MacGregor Murray, Jr. 



Robert Campbell Peery 
north tazewell, virginia 

n K A, * H :;, ii a x 



James Hubert Price, Jr. 



Emu, C. Rassman, III 

A T A. •■13" Club, White Friai 



James Benagh Richardson, Jr. 



a T n. White Friars 
aseball, 1; Basketball, 1, 



THE JUNIOR CLASS 



mo 




Hesrv Lederer Roediger, Jr. 



n K A. "13" Club, Cotillion Club 



Rine-Tum-Phi, 1; Executive Committee. 3; 

Junior Track Manager. 3; Interftaternity 

Council. 3; Dance Board. 3. 



M.^CEV H. Rosenthal 

LVNCHBURG. VIRGINIA 
* E 11 



Bertram Ravmon" Schewei. 



William Lee Shannon- 
shelbvville, ketucky 

B H II. T K I. * H S. Cotillion Club 

Football, 1; Basketball, 1; President Beta 
Theta Pi, 3; President Phi Eta Sigma, 3; 
Interftaternity Council. 3; International Re- 
lations Club. 3; Christian Council Execu- 
tive Committee, 3. 



Arihlr Clarendon Smith, Jit. 

WASHINGTON, D. C. 

:: A E 

Football, 1; Lacrosse, 1; Crew, 2. 



James Blake Snobble 



Swimming, 1, 3; Track, 1; Calvx, 1. 




Carlyle Benton Rosen 

LEXINGTON, VIRGINIA 



Robert William Russell 

BRIDGEPORT, CONNECTICUT 

A T 
Vice-President Junior Class, 



William Leroy Schultheis 
richmond, virginia 

A X A 



Marion Tillman Simon 

NATCHEZ, MISSISSIPPI 

Z B T, * H I 

RingTum-Phi, I, Circulation Managet, 2, 
Advertising Manager, 3; Graham-Lee So- 



RlCHARD WORTHINOTON SmITH 

LEXINGTON, VIRGINIA 

Ben, Cotillion Club, 1 

Baseball 1. 2: Basketball. 2. 3; Southei 
Collegian, I. 2. 3. 



William Curtis Soule 

GLEN BIDGE, NEW JERSBlf 

K 1. Cotillion Club 

Band, 1, 2, 3; Interfraternity Council, 1. 

3- Glee Club, I. 2, 3; Basketball, 2; 

Track, I, 2, 3. 



THE JUNIOR CLASS 



Robert Edward Steele, III 

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 
A X A, 1 A X 



Gerhart Schott Suppicer, Jr. 



K A 
Camera Club. 



Charles Goldsmith Thalhimer 



Z B T 

President Zeta Beta Tau. 3; Business Man- 
ager Southern Collegian. 3; President Gra- 
ham-Lee Society. 3; Debate Team, 1. 1; 
Executive Committee Christian Council. 3: 
Baseball, 2; Vice-President Sophomore 
Class. 



John' Thomas Perri, Jr. 
lexington, kentucky 

* r A, X r 9 

Crew, 1; Rille Club, 1. :, 3: Washington 
Literary Society. 1; McCormick Physic So- 



Tavlor Simmons Truehari 



Football, 1, 2. 3; President Whit 



Herbert \'an Voast, JR- 



1 A E 

Wrestling. 1. 3. 




JuMus BovD Stombock 



A X A 
Freshman Baseball Manager, 3. 



Robert Neavlinc Sweeney 



K i;, White Friars 
International Relations Club. 



L.4THAM LeONIDAS ThIGPEN 

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 

A X A, e H S. S A X 

Ring-Tum-Phi. 1. 2, 3; Southern Col- 
legian, 3. 



■■^^ 


Edward Harrison Trice 


«^H 


SCHENECTADV. NEW VORK 


■ 


i A E. :; A X 


-^JM 


Tennis. 1. 2; Basketball. 1. 2; Ring-Tum- 

Phi, 1. 2; Calyx. 2, 3; Southern Col 

legian. 3. 


ym 






Clinton Van Vliet 




LAKEWOOD, OHIO 




T K I 


*^'1^M 


Christian Council. 2. 3; International Rela 

tions Club. 1. 2. 3; Forensic Union, 1, 2 

3; Washington Literary Society, 1, 2, 3 

Secretary Peace Council, 1. 2, 3. 



Benton McMillin Wakefield, Jr. 

jackson. mississippi 

iLAE.'tHS.TKI, Cotillion Qub 

Calvx, 1, 2, 3, Assistant Business Man- 
ager. 2. 3; Forensic Union. 1. 2; President 
Washington Literary Society, 2; Vice-Presi- 
dent Phi Eta Sigma. 2. 3; International 
Relations Club. 2. 3; Christian Council. 3. 



THE JUNIOR CLASS 



1940 




Claude Moore Walker 



SOUTH CAROLINA 



John- Walton Weathers 

LEXINGTON. VIRGINIA 



Graham-Lee Society, 1; Southern Collegia 
Franklin Scholarship. 



Henry Bridcman Wilder 

DAVENPORT. IOWA 
S A E 



John Joe Wilkinson 

CLOVIS. NEW MEXICO 

K A 



Herbert Clyde Wolf 




Robert Finley Walker 

HIGHLAND PARK, ILLINOIS 

11 K A. Cotillion Quh, K * K 
Football, 1, 2. 



Robert Oliver Wilbur 

WAYNESBORO, VIRGINIA 
A X A 



Walter Jeter Wilkins, Jr. 



ATA 
Glee Club: Societas Praemedicas 



Meredith Price Wiswell 

HUNTINGTON, WEST VIRGINIA 
n K A. T K I 

Societi-. 2: Debai 



Harry Burgess Wood, Jr. 

MONTEREY, VIRGINIA 
IT K * 

Washington Literary Society, 1, 2, 3. 



THE JUNIOR CLASS 



JUNIORS NOT HAVING PICTURES TAKE 



N 



Robert Harding Adams, A T Baltimore, Md. 

William Buchanan Danville Va 

Robert Hedrick Cofield, S A E, T K I ... Cincinnati. Ohio 

John Walter Crawford, i T A Flushing, N. Y. 

LeCompte Kirkwood Davis. AT Scarsdale N V 

William Victor Fittipoldi. •!> K v. T K I . . , Narhe'ith, Pa' 

Clark Clayton Foster. <t> r A Decatur, III. 

James Ware Gardiner. A T fi Houston. Teras 

George Ladd Gassman, <^K1 .^ Fteeport. III. 

Newell Charlton Gilbert, * K ^ Hampden, Conn' 

Robert Martin Gregerson. II K <1> .... Hempstead, N. Y. 

Stephen Edward Hanasik. n K <t>, i: Yonkers, N. Y. 

Alvin Harris, ZBT Danville, Va. 

John Sherman Henderson. Jr., * A f) .... Roanoke! Va. 

Richard Middleton Herndon, K X Haverfotd, Pa. 

Egmont Horn Washington, D. C. 

Aubrey Alpine Houser Richmond, Va. 

Macauley Howard. 'tK* Havetfotd. Pa. 

William Strong Hummers, Jr., AT,.. Hackensack, N. J. 

Dan Ray Justice, A T O, 1 Columbus, S. C. 

William Joseph Keeler. * A 6. K >1" K . . . . Buffalo, N. Y. 

Robert Henry Keim. * T A Richmond. Va. 

Guy Otis Keller. Jr Buena Vista. Va. 

George Bigger Kerr. AT Paiispany, N. J. 

Fortunatus Sydnor Kirkpatrick, ATA , . . Lynchburg, Va. 



Donald Gerald McCausland, H K <f> , . . . Brooklyn N Y 

Frank Malcoh Martin. K A Decatur Ala 

Parker Jones Matthews, Jr.. v x .....' 'Kirkwood,' Mo' 

Benjamin Young Morris Lexington, Va. 

1 HOMAS George Morris. 1 \ E Cincinnati Ohio 

Richard Harold Pinck, * E n ,',' ,'.'.',' . Paterson,' N. J. 

Robert Holland Porter, K A Norfolk Va 

Samuel Orr Pruitt. Jr., K S Narberth, Pa, 

John Duncan Raymond, A ♦ New Rochelle, N Y 

John Magruder Read, Ben Warren Ohio 

James Nottingham Rogers Nassawadox Va 

hUGENE Daniel Seraphine. * I' A . Port Washington, N. Y 

Alexander Simpson. Jr., * K * Westfield, N. J. 

Harry Lucian Smith Staunton Va 

MoRRY William Spit^. Jr.. ZBT Chicago. III.' 

Donald Lester Stein, ZBT , . . Glencoc 111 

Francis Thornton Strang. * A e .... Chattanooga. Tenn'. 
William James Torrington, Jr., BOH.. Cumberland Md 
Kenneth B. Van de Water, Jr., n K * , Hempstead, N, y' 

Carl Leigh Varner Lexington Va 

Courtney Young Wadlington, X T P.. K <i. K . . Shelbyville Kv' 
Charles Edgar Wagg, Jr LambertviUe N I 

John Walton Weathers, Jr !,,;„„,!„ \/' 

Mf, ,„, '-■vj, jn Lexington, Va. 

arvin Stanley Winter, Z B T . . New York N Y 

Herbert M. Woodward, Jr.. A T <l, T K I ... Norfolk. Va. 



SOPHOMORES NOT HAVING PICTURES TAKEN 



! Clyde Amick, Jr South Jacksonville, Fla, 

Bertram Anderson, ZBT , . . . New York, N. Y. 

Christopher Conkling Barnekov. Jr., <I> T A, Bron.vville. N. Y. 

William Wallace Barnes Edisto Island. S. C. 

Jack Barrie. B 9 n. T K I Webster Groves. Mo. 

Harry Keating Baugher, * X 2 Baltimore, Md. 

Colin Tolhie Baxter, n K * Pelham Manor, N. Y. 

WiLMURT Addison Bennett. Jr New York. N. Y. 

Bernard Madison Booue. R K A Pontiac. Mich. 

Richard Ridgway Boileau. BOH , . . , Philadelphia, Pa. 

Edgar McLouis Boyd, B 9 H Baltimore, Md. 

Alan Beckwith Britton, A X A .... Shaker Heights. Ohio 

Thomas Swearer Brizandine. * A 9 Greenville, Ky. 

Russell Glenn Browning, S X Allentown, Pa. 

Frank Gregg Burger, <i> A 9 Staten Island, N. Y. 

Richard Clarence Burton, S A E . . . , Johnstown, N. Y. 

James Roland Camm, r A E, T K I .... Johnstown. N. Y. 

Robert Andrews Cammack Washington, D. C. 

Gordon William Carlson. AT Mt. Vernon. N. Y. 

Stanley Lewis Carlsson, * K S , . . , Huntington. N. Y. 
Donald Simcox Carnahan. Jr.. AT Pittsburgh. Pa. 

Robert Cavanna. 't K * Haddonfield, N. J. 

Thomas Alonzo Clark Atlanta, Ga. 

James Brent Clarke, Jr., ATA .... Washington. D. C. 

Kenneth Skau Clendaniel. 11 K <l\ <l> K S ... Milford. Del. 
Robert Renick Cockrell. * T A ... Santa Monica. Calif. 

Charles Buford Conner. T K I Lexington. Va. 

Thomas Mills Cox. <tK2 Nashua, N. H. 

Charles Watson Davis Allenhurst, N. J. 

Richard Wallace Ebe. Jr Pittsburgh. Pa. 

GuSTAVE Alfred Essig Camden, N. J. 

Douglas Forrest Fleet, Jr Tazewell. Va. 

Thomas Olin Fleming Yorktown, Va. 

William Allen Fletcher. Jr Bluff City, Va. 

Robert Floyd, S A E Menasha, Wis, 

James Edwin Foard Thurmand, W. Va. 

Edmond McAshan Fountain. K Z .... Houston, Texas 

John Wanroy Garrow. Jr Houston. Texas 

Louis Cameron Greentree, 2 B T .... Richmond. Va. 
Garland Melvin Harwood. Jr., 'I' K 1 .... Richmond. Va. 

Ernest Seeley Hildebrand West Hartford. Conn. 

Douglas Wavne House. <I> K * ... West Springfield. Mass. 
Elijah Dupney Hundley. IV, n K A . . Charlottesville. Va. 

William Corwin Jones, H K * Washington, D. C. 

Alexander Healy Jordan, Jr New York. N. Y. 

James Luther Jordan, Jr., K A Alexandria, La, 

Bertrand Price Kadis Mt. Vernon, N. Y. 

Kirkpatrick, Jr Lexington. Va. 

Karry, ZBT New York, N, Y, 



Andrew Stephen Lanier Saluda, Va. 

Charles H. Lanier, B 9 H, * H i; . Lethbridge. Alberta Canada 
Harold Willard Laughlin, n K <I> Kenosha Wis 

Beverley Willis Lee, Jr ; Hampton. Va! 

Charles Adrian Lemkuhl. Jr., 1 X, T K I . Charleston W Va 

Irving August Leunig, Jr., v a E Belly'ille. Ind.' 

Daniel Curtis Lewis, Jr Richmond, Va, 

Joseph Robins Littlepage, -t K I ... Charleston W Va 
Gordon Ross Lloyd. <I> 1" A ... Decatur III 

Raymond David McGill Glen Rock. N. J. 

William McFadden Martin. * A ... Ponca Citv Okia 
John George Martire .... Pelham N Y 

John Hite Mast. Jr.. T K I . . . .' .' .' .' Rockbridge Baths.'va'' 

Joseph Aubrey Matthews Bradnax, Va. 

Robert Price Miller, K S St. Louis, Mo. 

DOUGALD McD. Monroe, Jr Lexington, Va, 

Robert Joseph Mooney, H K A Plainfield N I 

Harrell Fen NELL Morris. A T o Lynchburg, Va 

Thomas Bert Nelson, K A Port Tampa City Fla 

Joseph Allen Overton. Jr.. <(. k + . . Parkersburg W Va' 
David Powers Pardee. A X A. T K I .... Springfield Mass' 

Robert Pullen Perrin, .UFA Greensboro, 'n C 

Harold Clifton Pierce, Jr., * K S Boston Mass' 

Robert Lloyd Pinck, * E If Paterson,' N j' 

Louis Aubry Pridham, 2 A E Irvington N J 

Arthur Clifton Puddington, * K ^ , . , . Elizabeth N j' 

Harold Roland Reed. Jr., K A Mobile Ala 

Louis Sands Rehr, * K + Madison Ohio 

Charles F. Riechhardt. Jr Baltimore. Md. 

Green Rives. Jr., K A Mansfield, La. 

Charles Louis Robinson Tazewell, Va 

Robert Paul Shellenberg, * K + Bear Creek, Pa' 

Raymond Augustus Searfoss, Jr., n K * . . Frceport. N Y 

John Calvin Senter, Jr., « K 2 Roanoke. Va' 

Joseph Condit Shepard, II K <I' Cranford, N, J 

James Myers Shook Phillipsburg.' N. J. 

Richard Thorne Sloan. K 1 Cynwyd, Pa, 

Nelson Clarence Steenland Palisades Park. N. J. 

Buford Stuart Stevenson, K S, + H 2 .... Richmond, Va. 

James Robert Sterrett Lexington,' Va. 

John Walter Stowers. <i> A 9 Snowdoun. Ala. 

Thomas Shirley Sweeney. T K I Antwerp. Belgium 

Glen Francis Toalson. K A. T K I Osceola. Mo. 

Robert N. Vander Voort. n K <!■ .... Hempstead, N. Y. 

John Thomas Vanta, A X A Bayside, N. Y. 

RoLERT TuRNBULL Vaughan South Boston, Va. 

Herbert Morrison Weed, * K * New York. N, Y. 

Gordon Jay Weil, Jr White Plains, N. Y. 

William Carnes Wherrette, K A Orlando. Fla. 

Raymond BoURCY WhITAKER. 2 .\, T K I . . Fredericksburg. Va. 



1940 





OFFICERS 

Robert Morris Lawrence President 

Sidney Isenberg Vice-President 

Thomas Alonzo Clark Secretary 

Lawrence J. Fisher, Jr., Executive Committeeman 



SOPHOMORE CLASS 



SOPHOMORE CLASS 



Walter Charlks Aberg, Jr. 

HARRISON, NEW YORK 

■!■ r A 



EvANCELOS Chrisi Alevizatos 

BALTIMORE, MARYLAND 

T K I 

George Gordon Ai.iorb 



John Morris Atwood 
2 N 



William Lawrence A^ ers 

SESSEX. NEW JERSEY 
i; * E. White Friars 

Paul Baker, Jr. 
B e II, * H 1 



Robert Gibson Baker 

LAKEWOOD, OHIO 

K i, T K I 



William Gilbert Barrows, Jr. 

Jl K a, n A X 

Adrian Lerov Beniiheim, Jr. 



Robert M. Bo.^twright 



ATA, Cotillion Club, White Friars 



John Frederick Boschen, Jr. 
washington, d. c. 

Joseph Tyler Bowie 
# washington, d. c. 

A T ti 



Lawrence Jewell Bradford 
cincinnati. ohio 
S A E, n A N 



Edward Wilson Brockman 

PINE BLUFF, ARKANSAS 

ATA 



Ned Harold Brower 
Z B T, T K 1 



Preston Rice Brown 

PORTSMOUTH, VIRGI 
■t> K 1 



Theodore August Bruinsma 

PROSPECT PARK, N J. 

T K I 



Richard Adolf Brunn 

NEW YORK, NEW YORK 

n K A 




mo 




SOPHOMORE CLASS 




Harrison Woods Burgess 

CHARLOTTESVILLE, VIRGINL 
II K A, White Friars 



Edward Calohili, Burks 

LEXINGTON.. VIRGINIA 
1 X. ■!> H S 



Robert Fishburke Campbell 

ASHEVILLE. NORTH CAROLINA 

B e n, * H I, T K I 



Charles Greek Carter, Jr. 



Horace Jackson Carv, HI 

KEARNEY, NEBRASKA 
A T fl, White Friars 



Thomas Lauristox Crittendon 

SHREVEPORT. LOUISIANA 
K A 



William John Daniel 

NEW ALBANY. HISSISSIP 



James Hubert D.avidson 

LEXINGTON, VIRGINIA 



Mason Claiborne Deaver, Jr. 

LEXINGTON, VIRGINIA 
A X A 



JoH.s Dempsher 

COALDALE. PEN! 

* H s. X r e 



John Howell Dewees 

ALLENHURST, NEW JERSEY 
A T 



John Winfield Devo 

MOORESTOWN, NEW JERSEY 

* r A, n A X. T K I 



Charles Peale Diuier 



.|. A O. White Fria 



Lanson Barrows Dnio 

PADUCAH, KENTUCKY 

i X. Cotillion Club 



Jack James Dohertv 

LARCHHONT. NEW Y 

<!> r A 



Truman Dent Donoho 

ANNISTON, ALABAMA 
K A 



John I.i.ovd Dorsev 

HENDERSON, KENT 
1 A E 



W.ALTER G. DOWNIE 

SANDERSON. TEXAS 

S N, n A N. Cotillion Club 



SOPHOMORE CLASS 



William Hampton Dowmnc, Jr. 

SLATER, FLORIDA 

A T n 

Oscar Carrol Dunn 

OZARK, OKLAHOMA 



William Bradford Dunson 

LA GRANGE, 



John Alden Embrv 

HOUSTON, TEXAS 
K S 



Willis Carl Ferguson 
1 + E 



Lawrence John Fisher, Jr. 

K A, Cotillion Qub 



Thomas O, Fleming 

YORKTOWN, VIRGINI 
* H 1 



Grady Henry Forgy, Jr. 

LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS 

I X, n A N" 



C. Thomas Fuller 

<t> K +. Cotilhon Cluh 



Robert Dolgl.« G.age, III 



<t> K S. Cotillion auh 



Charles Thomas G.^rtes 

CHARLESTON. WEST VIRGI 
A X A, White Friars 



Walter Scon Gilmer 

* r A. White Friars 



Joseph Henry Grubbs, Jr. 

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 
A T S!, n A X 



William Bennsent Gunk 



Robert William Haines 
audubon, new jersey 

S * F, 



George Blakeley Harrison 



K a, T K I 

Samuel Russell Hawkins 



Horace Rogers Higgins 

K A, White Friars 




1940 




SOPHOMORE CLASS 




JAMES Sinclair Hh.l 
1 A E. T K I 



Wii.i.iAM Benjamin Hopkins 

ROCKYMOUNT. VIRGINIA 
K A 

John Stuart Hunt 
* A H. II A X 

Robert Fleming Hunter 

Sidney Iseneerc 

■!> E n 

Benjamin Evans Jasper 

BIRMINGHAM. ALABAMA 

B O n, X r O. White Friai5 

William Henderson Jasper 

I! H II 

William Ei.i.erv Jennings 

S X 

Horace Hearne Jeter 

K A 

c;ene Roy Johnston 
:; X. T K 1 

Wheatlev Marshall Johnson 

MANASSAS. VIRGINIA 

A X A 

Augustus Benjamin Jones 
Ben 



George Eli.ioi Kearns, Jr. 

LEWISTOWN. PENNSYLVANIA 
r X, ■!> H 1 



William Russell Kiser 

II K A, T K I 

Arthur Burke Kooniz, Jr. 

+ K *. Coiilhon Club 



Bln C. Kramer 

atlanta. georgia 

Z B T 



Frank Linton Lamotte, Jr. 
B H II. n A X 

Michael Willis Lau 
* r A 



SOPHOMORE CLASS 



Robert Morris Lawrence 

POMPTON LAKES. NEW JERSEY 

* r i 

Wiri.iAM TowNES Lea 

DANVILLE, VIRGINIA 

K 1, n A N 



Bernard Levin 

* E II 



Harold Rochei.i.e Lew 
trenton, new jersev 

'I. K * 

Robert Svvitzer Loeb 
Z B T. T K I 



Hugh Neei. McCi.ure 

STAUNTON, VIRGINIA 



George Edward McKay 

BATTLE CREEK, HICHIGA 
n K •!• 



John Baldwin MacBride 



John Kenneth Mai.lori', Jr. 

NORFOLK. VIRGINIA 

ATA 



William Frank Moffett 

WASHINGTON, VIRGINIA 
* K 1 



Walter Lerov Monroe 

MILLSBORO. 
A X A 



Joifti Henderson Morgan, Jr. 



John Alwin Muehleisen, Jr. 

DEAL, NEW JERSEV 

A T 



Leonard M. Newcomb 

Ti K A, Cotillion Qub 

Joseph Allen Overton, Jr 

PARKERSBURG. WEST VIRGI 
'|. K + 



Lee Darracott Parker 



George Frederick Parton, Jr. 
Ben 



Richard Johnson Payne 

ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI 
2 X 




1940 




SOPHOMORE CLASS 

in. If ^ 




John Hunt Peacock 

WASHINGTON. D. C. 
'I' K + 



Frederick Hazen Pitzer, Jr. 

WASHINGTON. D. C. 

A T v. 



Carter Lee Refo 

LEXINGTON. VIRGINIA 
Z A E 



Wallace Reynolds 
'!> K M' 



Kennedy F. Rippetoe 

A •!> A. 11 A X 



Robert S. Rosenfeld 

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 

* E n. X r e. •!■ H 



Robert William Root 

WASHINGTON. D. C. 

;i K A 



Raymond Richard Russell 
1 X 



Edmund Ameen Samara 



Stanley Leonard S.vier 
Z It 1 



Charles Lane Sarior 

SHREVEPORT. LOUISIAl 

K a 



Gerard Augustine Sariori 

LEXINGTON, VIRGINIA 



Robert Francis Schultz 
B II II. >|. H 1 

WhITT NoRTHMORE SCHULIZ 



A !■; 



William John Scon, Jr. 

K 1. Cotilhon Club 



Fisle\ Page Seibert 
i: X 

William Oscar Shropshire 

<l' A H 



Paul Slocumb 

GROSSE POINTE. MICHIGAN 
II K •\' 



SOPHOMORE CLASS 



Clyde Ellsworth Smith, Jr. 
martinsburg, west virgini 



Richard Buckner Spindi.r, III 

NORFOLK. VIRGINIA 

\ T \. T[ A X. Cotillion Club 

R.ALPH Henry Stewart 

RHINEBECK, NEW YORK 



Ramok M. Suarez 

SANTURCE, PUERTO 

X r e, T K 1 



Paul Campbell Thom.\s, Jr. 

BLUEFIELD. WEST VIRGINIA 
<!> A e, Cotillion Club 



Ben'ton' Corrothers Tolley, Jr. 

LEXINGTON, VIRGINIA 
A T <>, T K I 



Donald Clark Turner 

BATTLE CREEK, MICHIGA 
2 A E 



Michael Glover Watt 

GLENCOE, ILLINOIS 
Ben, Cotillion Club 



James K. Weber, II 

LOUISVILLE. KENTUCKY 
ATS!. Cotillion Club 



Robert Frank Wersel 

CINCINNATI, OHIO 



Robert Lorinc Wilson 

ST. PETERSBURG. FLORI 
* K * 



Alfred Louis Wolfe 

RIDGEWOOD. NEW JI 

n K A 



Henry Harper Woods 

WEBSTER GROVES, MISSOUR 

Ben 



George Arthur Wooi.fenden 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 

A T 

Leon Worms, Jr. 

VENTNOR. NEW JERSEY 
Z B T 



Floyd Kiron Yeomans 

JANESVILLE, WISCONSIN 
* K *, T K I 



Henry M. Yonce 

PENSACOLA, FLORII 

K A, X r e 



Paul Robert Zumkeller 

ORLANDO, FLORIDA 




mo 





JOHN WILLIAM SOODE, JR. 

Executive Committeeman 



FRESHMAN CLASS 



FRE SHMAN CLASS 




Charles Cyrus Arams, * K i;, T K I 

BALTIMORE, Mn. 

\'iRr;iL Cornelius Aiiams, Jr., 2 A E 

CHATTAKOOnA, -lENN'. 

Frederick Milton Ai.i.ek, <I> K E 
kenosha, wis. 

John Eugene Bannok, n K .\ 

EVANSrON, ILL. 

Richard M. Bassett, 2 N 
danbury, conn. 

Frank R. Bell, Jr., <I) K * 
charleston, w. va. 

Jean Lee Benson 

aspinwall, pa. 

William Farrei.l Beven, i X 
joi.iET, ill. 

John Paul Blakely 
lexington, va. 

Calhoun Bond, ATA 

BALTIMORE, MD. 

Walter Frederick Brai)\, A T A 

TROV, N. Y. 

Robert Bidwei.l Brainard, Jr., 1 N 

MIDDLETOWN, CONN. 



Alfred Earnest Bruch, <I> K * 
washington, d. c. 

Bates Bryan, * A 9 

chattanooga, tenn. 

Frederick Ott Byrer 

martinsburc, w. va. 

John C. Campbell, A T 

NEW YORK, N. Y. 

William Montgomery Carson, A X A 

MONTGOMER-i-, W. VA. 

Walter Irving Chudleigh, ATA 
nr\v \ork, n. y. 

Ralph Irwin Cohen, Z B T 
cincinnati, ohio 

Adei.bert Beard Conley, Jr , IT K A 

JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 



Edvvakh Mitchell Cooper, i) X, T K I 

MARION, ARK. 

Louis Roberdeau Coui.i.ing, Jr., n K A 

TAZEWELL, VA. 

Donald James Crawford, * K •>!' 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

Henry Howen CROCKiaT-, II Iv A, T K I 

ALEXANDRIA, V/i. 



1940 




FRE S HM AN CLASS 



Albert Dakius Darby, Jr., IT K * 

MARTINSBURH, \V. VA. 

William Houghton Davidson, H e II 
washington, d. c. 

William Howard Davis 
wilmf.tte, ill. 

Clifford Day, 4> K - 
ff.rguson, mo. 

Malcolm Arnold Deans, 2 X 

SOUTH PASADENA, CALIF. 

Markam Allen Dickson, K A 

SHREVEPORT, LA. 

Ben Weille Ditto, 2 X 
paducah, ky. 

Thomas Morgan Dodd, * K ^I' 

BELMAR, N. J. 

Eastham Waller Dudley, II K A 

alexandri.\, va. 
William McKenzie Easterlin, i A E 

MONTEZUMA, CA. 

Joseph Franklin Ellis, Jr., - A !•;, * II - 

CLARKSDALE, MISS. 

George Robert Eshei.man, * r A 

DECATUR, ILL. 



Stuart Moore Faison, * II i: 

LEXINGTON, VA. 

Norman Lee Fiero, A X A 
rahway, n. j. 

Robert Findi.ay, HI, A T f> 
denver, colo. 

Uriah Grey Flowers, Jr., * K 2 

VICKSBURG, miss. 

John Edson Forker, A T 

PITTSBURGH, PA. 

Richard Shermon Freemon, <T> V A 

GARY, IND. 

William Allen Fuller, ATA 

SOUTH BOSTON, VA. 

James William Funk, A T A 

VINCFNNES, IND. 



Robert L.awrence Garges, 'I' A O 
ATLANTA, GA. 

Donald Everett CiARREi-soN, A T A, * II - 

WINNETKA, ILL. 

Gordon Duval tiAK\, 1 X 

BEAUMONT, TEXAS 

Burr Edwards CSiffen, Jr., 2 <!> E 

BRONXVII.LE, N. Y. 




FRE SHMAN CLASS 




Stavlev Robert Goldstein, <!■ E II 

KEVV YORK, N-. V. 

John- William Goode, 2 A K 

SA\ ANTOMO, TEXAS 

Frederick Hannahs Graves, A T A 

STATESVU.l.E, K. c. 

Charles Philip Gresham, :: X 

SAN MARINO, CALIF. 

Franklin Gruesser, li e 11 

COLUMBUS, OHIO 

E 1.1 AS Porter Haislip, d T ii 

MEMPHIS, TENN. 

James Carl Hamilton, * j e 

RICHMOND, I.ND. 

William Cabarillo Hamilton, i; X, T K I 

HAGERSTOWN, MD. 

RoBERi Hancock, * K ^I' 

louisville, kv. 
John Bruce Handy 

washington, d. c. 

Leo Harnden, Jr., A T d 
NILES CENTER, ILL. 

William McAllum Harrei.son, ATA 

TROY, OHIO 

Him NAN Brown Hawks 

BENNINGTON, VT. 

Joseph Van Zandt Heli.en, IT K A 

PLAINFIELD, N. J. 

Carroll Vincent Herron, A T 
monessen, pa. 

John Carroll Hocan, <]> K Z 
richmond, va. 

Peter Brown Hoffman, A T A 

south BEND, INU. 

Richard James Houska, A X A, T K I 
richmo.nd, va. 

Jefferson Wilmoth Hudson, r A E 

COVINGTON, KV. 

Vincent Anthony Ignico, <!> K 1', T K I 

MITCHELL field, L. I., N. V. 



Conrad Lucius Inman, Jr., <1> K 2 
baltimore, md. 

Albert Sidney Johnson, K A 
shreveport, la. 

Morton Harrison Joyce, II K A 
fries, va. 

Gene Kaufman, <!• E n 

MT. VER.NON, N. v. 



1940 




FRESHMAN CLASS 



George Sims Keller, <J> K i; 

HUMTINCTON, «. VA. 

Houston Magill Kimbrough, B II 

SPOKAVE, WASH. 

John Lee Kirkpatrick, <I> I' A 

PARIS, KV. 

S. L. KoPAi.i), Jr., <I> II 2 
memphis, tenn. 

Richard Harry Haymes Lamont 
alliance, ohio 

AiLiE Hartsfield Lane 
lakeland, fla. 

James G. Laplante, ^ K ■>!' 
louisville, ky. 

Robert Sanders Leake, Ben 

FT THOMAS, KY. 

Joseph Edgar Lee, n K A 
evanston, ill. 

Raymond Gordon Long, * K 2 

RU.XTON, MD. 

Adolfo Nicholas Luina, - X 

FAJARDO, PUERTO RICO 

Ale.xander Morton Maish, B n 

WASHINGTON, D. C. 

Lawton McCandless, li X 

STERLING, ILL. 

Douglas Willis McCammish, i: A E 

FT, THOMAS, KY. 

John Martin McCi.ure, i; A E 
quarryvii.le, pa. 

William McCoy, Jr. 

franklin, w. va. 

Frank Witcher McCullough, Jr., <I> A H, T K I 

HUNTINGTON, W. VA. 

Stanley Henry McCullough, Jr., A T 

CHATTANOOGA, TENN. 

John Webster McGehee, Jr., B fi IT 

REIDSVILl.E, N. C. 

William Cameron McLaren 
winnetka, ill. 



John Henry McMillan, <I> A O 
new Orleans, la. 

Robert Francis MacCachran, K 2 

CAMP hill, pa. 

Hill Malrv, + A O 

VERSAILLES, KV. 

Kenneth Rene Merrill, <!■ r A 

ROCKY river, OHIO 




FRE SHMAN CLASS 




Fred Thomas Mm.i.f.r, * A 6 

HUNTINGTON', W. VA. 

Jack Clary Murrei.i., K A 
shreveport, la. 

Corneal Bernard Mvers, * K 2 
richmond, va. 

Robert Brown Myers, '^ 1' A 

PARIS, KY. 

James Robert Neal, Jr., <I> -i 0, T K I 

COLORADO SPRINGS, COLO. 

Rl^ssell Hugh Neilson, Jr., i: N 

MADISON, N. J. 

Morrison- Ray Nelson, * K ■'I', <1> H 2:, T K I 

LOUISVILLE, KY. 

Richard Sears Newi.in, ATA 

MIDDI.ETOVVN, OHIO 

Howard Benjamin Nichols, - N 

WASHINGTON, D. C. 

William Joseph Noonan, Jr., ;: A E 

PENSACOLA, FLA. 

Richard Daniel Norden 
new york, n. y. 

William Robinson Nutt, * K i 
upper montclair, n. j. 

Harold Harvey Oakley 
logan, w. va. 

Charles Gunther Orsinger, 2 A E 

SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS 

Frank Lafayeit Paschal, Jr., 2 A E 

SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS 

Robert Sherwood Peckham, A T A 
ST. LOUIS, mo. 

John Newton Peeples, 2 A E 

VALDOSTA, CA. 

William Kinnaird Priveit, II K A 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

James Tyler Ramsey, A T 

HARRISBURG, PA. 

Albert Gallatin Rhea, HI, 2 A E 

RUSSELLVILLE, KY. 

Donald Leo Richardson, A T 

DETROIT, MICH. 

Edwin Flemming Robb, Jr., * K 'I' 

MINNEAPOLIS, MINN. 

Richard Mansfield Roberts, 2 N 

WASHINGTON, D. C. 

William Herbert Ross, A X A 
covingto.n, kv. 



1940 




FRE SHMAN CLASS 



I. V. Run-van-, K 2 

MEMPHIS, TENN-. 

Robert Masters Russell, <J> T A 

MOORESTOWN, N. J. 

Paul Eugene Sanders, * A 9 
little rock, ark. 

Edward Howard Scherr, <S> E II, * H 
petersburg, va. 

Charles Christian Schock 
matawan, n. j. 

John Patrick Scully, Jr. 

west hartford, conn. 

Philip Allen Sellers, * A O 

MONTGOMERY, ALA. 

Michael McDonald Sei.zer, A T s 

SCOTTSBLUFF, NEB. 

William Kearney Sevier, <i> F A 

MEMPHIS, TENN. 

David Sterrett Shei.i.abarger, * T A 

DEC.WUR, ill. 

Richard Hance Shepard, i: .\ E 

TULSA, OKLA. 

Louis Walls Shroi er, HI, li O II 

BALTIMORE, MD. 



Paul Mason Shuford, <i' K Z 

RICHMOND, VA. 

Laird Wadsvvorth Skull, i: A E 

WASHINGTON, D. C. 

Leo James Signaico, n K A 
welch, W. VA. 

Jay Sii.vERSTEiN, Z li T, <1> II i: 

CH.-\TTAN00GA, TENN. 

Philip Lindsley Small, n K A 

CLEVELAND, OHIO 

Charles Henry Smith, Jr., S X 

ALEXANDRIA, VA. 

Ernest Edward Smith, * K -\' 

STATEN island, N. 1. 

Herbert Grooms Smith, Jr., II K A 

NEWPORT NEWS, VA. 

John Wofford Stanley, * r A 

EVANSVILLE, IND. 

Roscoe Bolar Stephenson, Jr., <I> K 2, T K I 

COVINGTON, \.\. 

James Bundy Stewart, i) .\ E 
chicago, ill. 

Warren Moore Stuart 
chicago, ill. 




FRE SHMAN CLASS 




James Stanley Sutherlakd, III, <I> r A 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

Charles Willl\m Swinford, <I> V A 

LEXINGTON, KV. 

Ralph Scott Tacgart, H e n 

DOWNERS grove, ILL. 

Thomas Ramsay Ta\lor 
baltimore, md. 

Robert Ridley Temple, <I> K 2 
petersburg, va. 

Arthur Thompson, Jr., II K A 
staten island, n. y. 

Everett Hale Tomb, n K A 

FRAMINCHAM, MASS. 

Albert Daniel Tull, * II 2, T K I 

EAST POINT, OA. 



Lewis Tyree, Jr., A T Q 

LEXINGTON, VA. 

Robert Parker Tyson, li 6 II 

BIRMINGHAM, MICH. 



James Carroll Walker, 2 X 

CLAYTON, mo. 

William Baxter Webb, 2 .\ E 

WYOMING, OHIO 



William Arthur Webster, A T A, T K I 
MEMPHIS, tenn. 

Lester Wei.ler, III, <I> K M' 

INTERLAKEN, N. J. 

Ro^ Lawrence Wheeler, * K i), T K I 

MIDDLEPORT, N. Y. 

William Jenkins Wilcox, Jr., T K I 

ALLENTOWN, PA. 



Paul Alfred Williams, II K .\ 

FORT WAYNE, IND. 

Wii.BiR Cunningham Windsor, Jr., 2 N 
tyler, texas 

Herbert Henry Wolf, Z B T 
liitle rock, ark. 

Melvin Nefly Voung, A T !> 

LEXINGTON, VA. 



1940 




HMEN NOT HAVING PICTURES TAKEN 



Donald Hurlbert Adams. * T A .... Hartsdale. N. Y. 

LiLLARD McEwAN AlLOR. A T t! Johnsoti City. Tenn. 

Edward Earl Alverson. K A Decatur, Ala. 

William Henrv Armstrong. •)> H 1 .... Chnstchurch, Va. 
Carlvle Westbrook Barritt. * H 1 ... West Pittston. Pa. 

George Sartwelle Barrows. * H 1 Lexington. Va. 

Charles Hunton Bartenstein Washington, D. C. 

Rov Edward Bartlett Buena Vista. Va. 

Richard Emanuel Basile, IN Brooklyn. N. Y. 

Ross Season, Jr., * K * Miami Beach. Fla. 

Frederick Hamer Berry Staunton. Va. 

George Templeton Blackburn. K S . . . Henderson, N. C. 

James Hansen Blaikie West Hartford, Conn. 

Robert Howell Blanford. n K * Portsmouth. Va. 

Roland Hartzell Bolyard Lafayette, La. 

Maurice Eugene Bostwick Manhattan, Kan. 

Richard John Bromley. H K ■!' Freeport, N. Y. 

Walter Reese Browder Brooklyn. N. Y. 

Elbert Stegall Brown. B fl IT Clayton, Mo. 

William Lauriston Bruce Cumberland, Md. 

Richard Douglas Butler. II K * Freeport. N. Y. 

Willard Susong Carter Morristown, Tenn. 

Theodore Robert Ciesla Garfield. N, J. 

Donald Eugene Cook Canton. Ohio 

John Wilson Cook, III Evanston. 111. 

Henry Austin Cook Galveston. Texas 

Richard Earle Cooke. * H S GrandviUe. Mich. 

William Robert Cory College Park, Md. 

Hugh Preston Cox Chilhowic, Va. 

William Taylor Daeney. Ill, n K A , . . . Richmond. Va. 

James Herman Daves. Jr Blanche. Tenn. 

Enoch Claybourn De Vane. <!> K 1 ... Chevy Chase. .Md. 

John Howell De Wees, AT W. Allcnhurst. N. J. 

Floyd Calvin Dixon. Jr . K A Fairfield. Va. 

Emmbtt Tyson Drake, A T fl Bay Shore. N. Y. 

Gene Frederick Drake, I X Wilmette. III. 

William Lafayette Dugger. Jr., ^ A E San Antonio. Texas 
Leonard Prentice Eager, II, n K ■!• ... Evansville, Wis. 

Calvin Huston East, *Af) Gary, Ind. 

Donald Lloyd Edgerton Narberth, Pa. 

Richard Smith Ellis Ashland, Ky. 

William Leroy Evans. Jr.. K S Fort Worth, Texas 

Roy Emil Fabian. Jr New Britain, Conn. 

Willis Carl Ferguson Quarryville, Pa. 

Frederick Edwin Fisher, * K 1 Richmond, Va. 

Beverly Thomas Fitzpatrick. K X Roanoke. Va. 

Lawrence Werner Galloway Towson. Md. 

Samuel John Graham. Jr.. <1> K * ... Far Rockaway. N. Y. 

William Donald Gray New Britain, Conn. 

Willie Julius Green Dry Fork. Va. 

John Mallory Hackney, Jr Roanoke. Va. 

Charles Waples Healy, Jr., A T Si Louisville, Ky. 

Joseph Van Zandt Hellen. H K A ... Plainfield. N. J. 

Jerome Gee Heelings Kansas City. Mo. 

William Benjamin Hopkins Rocky Mount, Va. 

Joseph Warren Hubbard Portsmouth. Ohio 

Charles Warren Johnson, K 1 Ashland. Ky. 

Richard Chadwick Johnson Sand Springs. Okla. 

Jamfs Alexander Jones Staunton. Va. 

John Frederick M. Keighley, Jr Providence, R. I, 

Harry Clyde Keller, IX Trucksville, Pa. 

Thomas Dabney Kern Paducah. Ky. 

George William King. Jr Lima. Ohio 

Jeams Lynwood King Lexington. Va. 

Ralph Davidson Lackey Lexington, Va. 

Robert Stanley Lambert. Jr.. B fl II ... Cincinnati. Ohio 
John Edward Zombro. Jr., 



Jr., 



Stuart Edw/i 
Robert Hill 

John Riley Ligon 

George Logan Lucas, K A 
Edward James McCarty . . 



Kenneth Roger McCausland, II K * 

George Edward McKay 

Floyd Knight McKenna 

Robert Francis MacCachran, K I 

Leon Everett Magnus 

Baleo 



Detroit, Mich. 

. . Webster Groves. Mo. 

. . . Chattanooga, Tenn. 

El Dorado Springs. Mo. 

. . Virginia Beach, Va. 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

ittle Creek, Mich. 

Lynchburg. Va. 

Camp Hill. Pa. 

chanic Falls. Me. 



M< 



Davis Mattox Est 



Prestonburg, Ky. 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Jackson, Ohio 

K *, West Orange, N. J. 
.... Van Nuys, Calif. 
Richmond, Va. 

Roanoke, Va. 



Richard Erwin Mayo 

Richard Arnd Mehler 

Robert Lee Michael. B 9 IT . . 
Hudson Colquhoun Millar. Jr.. ■ 
Willis Kenneth Millett, 1 N . 
Thomas Harold Moncrief, <1' K : 
Barton Wistar Morris, Jr., K I 

Linton Fairfax Murdock, * K * Glen Cove. N. Y. 

Herbert Scott Osburn Gloucester, Va. 

William Hunter Oswald, Jr., K A , . . . Cumberland. Md. 

Daniel Bailey Owen, Jr Crozet, Va. 

James Sidney Parsons Murat. Va. 

Theodore Pearson Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Henry Dabiness Peeples, <!' K S Atlanta. Ga. 

C.\RMiNE John Perrapato Garfield, N. J. 

George Osbourn Phillips W'ashington. D. C. 

J.AMES Lee Phillips Washington, D, C. 

Berry George Pierce, Jr Lexington. Va. 

Bernard Joseph Pirog Garfield. N. J. 

George Warren Priest Dayton, Ohio 

John Benjamin Raaen, Jr.. K S . . . North Arlington. N. J. 

John Morrison Raines. Jr Little Rock. Ark. 

Robert Ray, Jr Lexington, Va. 



Harold Pe 



Re 



Suffern, N. Y. 



Macey Herschel Rosenthal, T : 
John Dominic Rulevich ... 
Francis Risdon Russell , . . . 
Charles Thomas Sardeson. <I> K 
Melvin Henry Schept, Z B T 
Marrion Upshur Scott, K 1 . 

Allen Jett Shai^itz 

Jo 



Lynchbu 



Va 



. . New Britain, Conn. 

. . Sunderland. Mass. 

. . . , Oak Park, III. 
. . Union City, N. J. 

. Grosse Pointe, Mich. 

. . . Wythevillc. Va. 

Carpenter Sherrard Port Deposit, Md. 

Rich.\rd Heston Shoemaker Lexington. Va. 

Philip Keith Shute. K I .a.uburndale, Mass. 

Sanders Peery Simmons. III. ■!■ K 1 .... Catonsville. Md. 

Paul Richard Skillman. A X A Newark. Del. 

Raymond Henry Smallcy. AT Scarsdale, N. Y. 

Frank Frederick Socha Garfield. N. J. 

Robert Long Stein. K I Cumberland, Md. 

Charles Alexander Szely, Jr Garfield. N. J. 

Horace Kent Tenney, III Madison, Wis. 

Richard Hill Turner, III Pensacola, Fla. 

Robert Cochran Wacg. <I> K + Lambertville. N. J. 

Richard Charles Wagner. IX Glencoe. III. 

James Kingston Walters Shelbyville, Ky. 

P.^trick Carroll Warfield. 11 K * . . Pelham Manor, N. Y. 

Curtis Robert Welborn, Jr Winnctka, III. 

Edmond Daniel Wells, Jr Chattahoochee. Fla. 

Robert Frank Wersel Cincinnati. Ohio 

James William Wheater Bndgeton. R. I. 

Chandler Sargent Whipple Briston. N. H. 

Thomas Carlyle Wilson. Jr., B 9 II, * H i . . Columbus. Ohio 

Norman Francis Wyatt. * H 1 Petersburg. Va. 

Robert Lamar York. A T C Washington. D. C. 

Edwin Albert Zelnicker, Jr.. Z B T, * H S . . Mobile. Ala. 
K I Boyce. Va. 



W AT E I! DOW E I! 



One of the vertebra of the backbone of any region lies in its power development. In this re- 
gard the New South is fast outstripping other sections as the recipient of the benefits of the 
vast Tennessee Valley Authority experiment. The Authority's power lines stretch into the most 
rural areas of the South and bring light and all of the comforts of electricity to these districts 
as well as to the more populous centers. Consumption has doubled under the TVA, while cost 
has been cut in half. But beyond merely lighting the homes, it has terraced the lands, cleared 
streams, and prevented millions of dollars of annual flood loss. A general betterment of the 
standard of living of the Southern people has resulted from the TVA activities and the other 
modern power developments of the South. 



ILLUSTRATIONS: (I) The force of falling water becomes electric power at Norris Dam. A portion of the 
switch-yard and powerhouse at the TVA's Norris Dam may be seen In the foreground, while beyond, the 
waters of the Clinch River cascade 207 feet down the face of the spillway section — a drop almost forty feet 
greater than Niagara Falls. (2) Wilbur Hydro Plant of the East Tennessee Light and Power Company. (3) 
Construction scene at TVA's Hiwassee Dam on the Hiwassee River in Southwestern North Carolina. When 
completed, this project will help control seasonal floods, will aid navigation on the Tennessee in months of 
low flow and will provide for the incidental production of electric power. Large picture — Downstream face 
of the TVA's Guntersville Dam on the Tennessee Rivsr in Northern Alabama. 



ACTIVITIES 




RING-TUM PHI HEADLINES 



September 19 

Fraternities pledge 196 men . . . Robert Harris, 
listed among missing on Athenia; Bill Buchanan safe 
. . . Health center set np here . . . Troubs choose 
■The Play's the Thing" for first play. 

September 22 

Woodward urges iipperclassmen to report freshman 
violations to assimilation committee . . . Buxton con- 
sidering Kemp, Crosby, Gray, Clinton for openings 
. . . 1939 intramural program will begin next week 
. . . Plans outlined for first issue of law review. 



Septe 



e \'irginia Frosh, 12-0, as aerial 
Rushing rules revised by Inter- 
. Openings records shattered as 



tetnber 26 

Al Donahue, Ozzie Nelson signed for opening dances 
. . . O. D. K. to stage football rally . . . Five new 
professors added to teaching staff . . . Tilson plans 
rough workouts in preparation for Sewanee. 

September 29 

Little Generals trample S. M. A., 12-0 .. . Trouba- 
dour play to open November i . . . Applications re- 
ceived for vacancy on athletic council. 

October 3 

Farber, Baldwin, Goode elected to executive com- 
mittee posts . . . Big Blue downs Sewanee, 9-0 . . . 
Homecoming declared holiday . . . Open season for 
houseparties begins with rainy weekend. 

October 6 

Brigadiers bow befoi 
attack boomerangs . . 
fraternity Council . . 
480 subscribe in drive. 

October 10 

Phi Eta Sigma bids Flournoy, seven freshmen . . . 
Generals lose heartbreaker to University of Richmond, 
9-0 . . . Stephenson sends letter to Tniversity of Vir- 
ginia suggesting exchange of complimentary dance 
tickets. 

October 13 

Donahue's Band to touch off opening dance set to- 
night; 337 girls invade campus . . . Fraternities bid 
31 new pledges in delayed rush week . . . Special 
service held in Chapel in Lee's honor. 

October 17 

Bad checks threatening student credit, Snyder claims 
. . . Goal line defense brings \V. and L. 7-7 tie with 
Southwestern . . . 346 receive U's on first report. 

October 20 

George \V. St. Clair, rector of trustee hoard, is 
dead . . . D. U.'s, Delts, Phi Psi's triumph as intra- 
mural football nears climax . . . Gilbert Farrar, news- 
paper stylist, to address S. 1. P. A. 

October 24 

Mass meeting called to discuss V. P. L tilt plans 
. . . Taylor emphasizes need for assimilation in stu- 
dent assembly . . . No F. D. R. for V. M. I. ; W. and 
L. plans big time . . . German sociologist to talk on 
Nazis. 

October 27 

Nicholas Roosevelt says eastern Europe is key to 
war . . . Brigadiers outscore Richmond frosh, 7-6 . . . 
Cross-country squad travels to Davidson. 



October 31 

\V. and L. journeys to Lynchburg en masse to see 
Cienerals defeat V. P. L, 6-0 .. . H. B. Cunningham 
signed as new basketball coach . . . Alnutt, Burks, 
Faulkner, Woodward have leads in Troub produc- 
tion, "The Play's the Thing." 

November 3 

Three hundred seventeen S. I. P. A. delegates throng 
campus as convention opens . . , Frosh hear Dr. Gaines 
summarize W. and L. progress in annual talk . . . 
\'arsity, freshman swimmers to open practice. 

November 7 

Last-minute plans made for "biggest weekend in 
Lexington's history" — V. M. L centennial and W. and 
L. homecoming . . . S. A. E. pledges win over Delts 
in debate finals . . . Interview with Williams, story 
about V. M. I. feature fall issue of Collegian. 

November 10 

Wahoos stop fighting Generals, 7-0, in homecoming 
classic . . . Varner plans spring tour for glee club 
. . . Gaines announces archive establishment for 
propaganda. 

November 14 

Faculty committee releases new ruling on grading 
system . . . Western front idea enables D. V . to win 
homecoming decorations prize . . . Troubs select "Win- 
terset" for production before Christmas. 

November 17 

Onlv 50 men to walk in Fancv Dress figure. Dance 
Board' decides . . . PiKA's, ATO's fight to 6-6 tie 
in finals of intramural grid tourney; K. A.'s win 
consolation final . . . Lacross team to start fall prac- 
tice sessions. 

November 21 

W. and L. pops tonight; Gym blackout at eight to 
start varsity benefit show, "W. and L. Z'apoppin' " 
. . . Jackson reprimands debaters as torrid session 
heats Forensic union . . . M'illiam and Mary snatches 
18-14 victory from Generals with last minute pass as 
five gridmen end careers. 

November 24 

Peace and goodwill pervade overstuffed Lexington 
holiday . . . Rehearsals for "Winterset," second Trou- 
badour production, begin . . . Red Cross to receive 
$200 from "W. and L. Z'apoppin'." 

December 1 

O. D. K. taps 16 outstanding students; Governor 
Price cites importance of leaders . . . Dick Boisseau 
named on All-Southern Associated Press team . . . 
Mangan to steer Generals' grid destinies in 1940. 

December 5 

Student body ratifies amendment removing cheer- 
leader's office from student body elections . . . Cameron 
Dean names 40 juniors to serve on committees for 
prom preparations . . . Sherwood Eddy flays "isms," 
democracy; says religion is only hope. 

December 8 

Grad\' Forg\' named cheerleader by executive com- 
mittee . . . International Relations club to hear Max 
Brauer talk tonight . . . 105 Juniors pay dues to set 
new record. 

(Conlinurd on Page 130) 




STUDENT BODY 

Officers 

Ceci[. Wood Taylor President 

Leo Frederick Reinartz, Jr • Vice-President 

Louis Freeman Plummer Secretary 



Executive Committee 
Edwin Joseph Foltz, Jr Senior Laiv Allen Thomas S.svuer 



Frederick Bartensteik Junior Lazv 

Brent Harrison Farber, Jr. • . . Senior-al-l.anji- 
CJrover Cleveland Baldwin, Jr. . ■ Scnior-at-Large 



Henry Lederer Roediger, Jr. 
Lawrence John Fisher . . 
John William Goode, Jr. . 



. Publication liuani 

Junior .Icadnnic 

Sopliomorc Academic 

Freshman .Itademic 



From Son. Goode. Facbei 
Buck Roa: Bartenstem. 




1940 





Officers 



Ernest Woodward, II . . . 
William ^VIcClaix Read 



. . Chciiriiian 
Secretary 



Members 
Rrhari) Wixfield Bcjisseau 

Reid Brodie, Jr. 

William AIcClaix Klah 

Ernest Woodward, II 



FRESHMAN ASSIMILATION COMMITTEE 




SUMMERALL 



Officers 

Herbkri Kellev Garges, Jr PnsiJent 

Ceorge Hor\er Mei.vii.le, Jr • I'icf-Presidinl 

Robert Edward Summerai.i . Sccretary-Trcasiinr 

Members 

Thomas Hovt McCutcheon' .Phi Kiip/>ti Psi 

William Lee Shannon Beta Tlieta PI 

Robert Steele Hutcheson, Jr Kappa Alpha 

Emery Cox, Jr Uplia Tau Omega 

Homer Derrell Dickens • Sigma Chi 

Edward Emersok Brown, Jr • ■ • Siijma Alpha Epsilon 

Grover Cleveland Baldwin, Jr • PI'i Gamma Delta 

William Curtis Soule ■ • ■ Kappa Sigma 

Donald John Godehn • ■ ■ Stgma Nit 

Herbert Kelley Garges, Jr ''■'"' Delta Theta 

Robert Cochran Hobson P' Kappa Alpha 

Brent Harrison Farber, Jr /"/"' Kappa Sigma 

Jackson Grover Akin, Jr Delta Tau Delta 

Robert Morris Renick Sigma Phi Epsilon 

Robert Edward Summerall P^ Kappa Phi 

Charles Goldsmith Thai.himer '/■eta Beta Tau 

Sydney Lewis • ^'" Epsilon Pi 

Charles Lee Hobson • ■ I-amhda Chi Alpha 

George Horner Melville, Jr Delta V psilnn 



INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL 



1940 



P H I 



KAPPA 



P S I 



ESTABLISHED 1885 • FOUNDED AT WASHINGTON AND JEFFERSON, 1852 



Officers 

Trancis Joseph Sugrue Piesideni 

Newell Charlton Gilbert I'ia-Pitsident 

William Victor Fittipoldi Treasurer 

Arthur Burke Koontz . . . ■ Secretary 



Fratres in Facultate 
Robert William Dickev 
Fitzgerald Flournov 
Livingston Waddell Smith 
John Alexander Veech 




Fratres in Universitate 



Horace Bittenbinder 
Robert Lee Hudson, Jr. 



Class of 1940 
Homer Daniel Jones 
Thomas Hovt McCutcheon 



Franklin Allen Nichols 
Francis Joseph Sugrue 



Arthur W. Armstrong, Jr. 
William Victor Fittipoldi 
Newell Charlton Gilbert 



Class of 1 94 1 
Alex Forbes Hancock 
L.4WRENCE Taylor Himes 
Macaulev Howard 
MuRREi.L O. Matthews, Jr. 



Alexander Simpson, Jr. 
Allen Thomas Snyder 
Charles Edward Wacg 



Robert Cavanna 
C. Thomas Fuller 
Douglas Wayne House 
Arthur Burke Koontz, Jr. 
Harold Rochelle Levy 



Class of 1942 
Joseph Allen Overton 
John Hunt Peacock 
Archer Clifton Puddincton 
Louis Sands Rehr 
Wallace Reynolds 
Charles Louis Robinson 



Robert Paul Schellenberg 
Herbert Morrison Weed 
Robert Loring Wilson 
Richard T. Wright 
Floyd Kiron Yeomans 



Ross Beason, Jr. 
Frank Rosebro Bell, Jr. 
Alfred Earnest Bruch 
Donald James Crawford 
Thomas Morgan Dodd 



Class of 1943 
Samuel John Graham, Jr. 
James Gamelin LaPlante 
Hudson C. Millar, Jr. 
Linton Fairfax Murdock 
Morrison Ray Nelson 



Edwin Fleming Robb, Jr. 
Ernest Edward Smith 
Robert C. Wagg 
Lester Robert Weller, HI 
Charles Thomas Sardeson 



MRS. BARCXAY 





im 9 



ki 






'MM 



y 





m 



First Roiv: Matthews, Dodii, Hauslein, Nichols, Mc- 
Cutcheon, Jones, Bruch. Second Row: Weller, Crawford, 
Bell, Smith, Robb, Nelson, Armstrong. T/iirJ Roiv: La 
Plante, Snyder, Koontz, Wilson, Yeomans, Levy, Han- 
cock. Fourlli Roii-: Fuller, Reynolds, Overton, Peacock. 



VIRGINIA BETA CHAPTER 



1940 




BETA 



T H E T A 



P I 



ESTABLISHED 1856 » FOUNDED AT MIAMI UNIVERSITY, 1839 



Ofiicers 

William Lee Shannon President 

Andrew Douglas Jamieson Recorder 

John Macruder Read Secretary 

Alonzo McKee Wing, III . ■ Treasurer 



Fratres in Urbe 
Theodore F. Morton 
D. Allen Penick 
Graham Robinson 
Hugh A. White 



Fratres in Facultate 
Lewis Daniil Williams 




Fratres ix Umversitate 



John Goodwin Alnutt 
Bn.i.v Vaigiian Avers 



Class of 1940 
Andrew Douglas Jamieson 
Matthew Thompson McClure 



Richard Perkins Ruoff 
Alonzo McKee Wing, III 



Alexander Bratenahl 
Frederic Breakspeare Farrar 
Harry G. Goodheart, Jr. 



Class of 1 94 J 
Robert Edmund Lee 
William A. Marsteller 
James Roger McConnell 
John Magruder Read 



William Lee Shannon 
Richard Worthington Smith 
William J. Torrincton, Jr. 



Jack Barrie 
Paul Baker, Jr. 
Richard Ridcwav Boileau 
Edgar McLouis P. D. Bovd 
Robert F. Campbell, Jr. 



Class of 1942 
Frank Linton La Motte, Jr. 
Charles Hanna Lanier 
Benjamin Evans Jasper 
William Henderson Jasper 



Augustus Benjamin Jones, Jr. 
George Frederick Parton, Jr. 
Robert Francis Schultz 
Michael Glover Watt 
Henry Harper Woods, Jr. 



Elbert Stegall Brown 
William Houghton D.widson 
Franklin Gruesser 
Houston Macill Kimbrouch 
Robert Stanley Lambert, Jr. 



Class of 1943 
Robert Sanders Leake 
Rober Hill Lewis, Jr. 
Alexander Morton Maish 
John Webster McGehee, Jr. 
Robert Lee Michael 



John Henry Richards 
Louis Walls Shroyer, III 
Ralph Scott Tacgart 
Robert Parker Tyson 
Thomas Carlyle Wilson, Jr. 



MRS, MacSHERRY 





First Ro^!:: Shroyer, Taggart, Tyson, Smith, Wing, Kim- 
hrough, Leake, McGehec. Second Row: Maish, Jamie- 
son, McClure, Ruoff, Marsteller, Gruesser, Davidson, 
Bratenahl. Third Roiu: Alnutt, Ayers, Farrar, Good- 
heart, Lee, McConnell, E. Jasper, W. Jasper. Fourth 
Row: Watt, Baker, Campbell, Woods, Schultz, Parton, 
Jones, LaMotte. 



ALPHA RHO CHAPTER 



1940 




KAPPA 



ALPHA 



ESTABLISHED 1865 



FOUNDED AT WASHINGTON AND LEE UNIVERSITY 1865 



Officers 

John Lyle Campbell, Jr President 

Robert Steele Hvtcheson, Jr J'ke-President 

Clifford Logan Walters Secretary 

George Messenger Foote Treasurer 



Fr.atres in Urbe 



Norman W. Burgess 
Colonel W. A. Burgess 
John Campbell 
Colonel W. C. Couper 
Colonel G. A. Derbyshire 
Samuel Dunlap, Sr. 
Captain W. B. Gibbs 



Benjamin Huger 
Benjamin Huger, Jr. 
Colonel W. M. Hundley 
Captain G. D. Letcher 
Colonel Francis Mallory 
Major H. C. Mann 
Colonel H. M. Read 




Major J E. Townes 
Captain J. J. MacCarthay 
S. B. Williamson 
Major G. D. Wiltshire 



Reid Brodie, Jr. 
John Lyle Campbell, Jr. 
John Bomar Cleveland 
Uriah Fooks Coulbourn 



Fr.atres in Universit.-\te 
Class of J940 
George Messenger Foote 
William Miller Gwvn, Jr. 
James Wells Hammett 
Robert Steele Hltcheson, Jr. 



Hugh Campbell MacFarlane 
Robert Wilson Powers 
Robert Lytle Robertson 
Latimer Gorsuch Young 



Carl Edward Burleson, Jr. 
Frank Malcolm Martin 



Class of 194 1 
Robert Holland Porter, Jr. 
Cash Taylor Skarda 
Clifford Logan Walters 



John Joe Wilkinson 
Herbert Clyde Wolf, Jr. 



Thomas Lauriston Crittenden 
Truman Dent Donoho 
Lawrence John Fisher, Jr. 
William Norman Hopkins 
Horace Roger Higcins 



Class of 1942 
Horace Hearne Jeter 
Ja.mes Luther Jordan 
Thomas Bert Nelson 
Harold Roland Reed 
CSreen Rives, Jr. 



Charles Lane Sartor 
Gerhart Schott Suppicer, Jr. 
Henry' Matthew Yonge 
William Carnes Wherrette 
Glen Francis Toalson 



Ernest Meade Bralley, Jr. 
Markham Allen Dickson 

Albert Sidney Johnso.n 



Class of 1943 
George Logan Lucas 
Jack Clary Murrell 



William Hunter Oswald, Jr. 
Richard Hill Turner, IH 
James Kingston Walters 



HUTCHESON 




First Rou-: Crittenden, Dickson, Vonge, Cleveland, Gwyn, 
Coulbourn. Second Roiv: Young, Brodie, Suppiger, Pow- 
ers, Wilkinson, Burleson. Third Roiu: Johnson, Wolf, 
Hammett, Bralley, Hopkins, Foote. Fourth Roiv: Jeter, 
Donnho, Sartor, Higglns, Fisher, Murrell. 



ALPHA 



CHAPTER 



1940 




A L P H 



TAU OMEGA 



ESTABLISHED 1865 • FOUNDED AT VIRGINIA MILITARY INSTITUTE, 1865 



Officers 

Emery Cox, Jr President 

Charles Terry Bi.andford ...••.... VUe-Pres'utent 

Howard Wesley Dobbins Secretary 

Herbert Woodward, Jr Treasurer 



Fratres in Urbe 
Matthew W. Paxton", Jr. 




Fratres ix Facultate 
Harry Killinger Young 



Fratres in Universitate 



Robert Gaily Barr 
Charles Terry Blandford 
Joseph A. Bili ingsley, Jr. 
George White Chaney, Jr. 



Class of 1940 
Louis Lundy Clintov, Jr. 
Harold Nelson Cox 
John Jacob Dangler 
John Arch Gurkin, Jr. 



James Theodore Hundley 
Charles Landrum 
Wendell Reber Stoops 
Ernest Woodward, II 



Robert Harding Adams 
Sa.viuel Robert Ames 
Alfred Thomas Bishop, Jr. 
Alan Max Brombacher 
Donald Murray Buchholz 



Class of IQ41 
Emery Cox, Jr. 
Howard Wesley Dobbins 
James Ware Gardiner 
Aubrey' A. Houser, Jr. 
Charles James Hughes 



Daniel R.'vy Justice 
James B. Richardson, Jr. 
Cecil Wood Taylor 
Herbert Woodward, Jr. 



William H. Dowling, Jr. 
John Wanroy Garrow, Jr. 



Class of 1942 
Joseph Henry Grubbs, Jr. 
Harrei.l Fennell Morris 
Frederick Hazen Pitzer 



Benton Carothers Tolley'. Jr. 
James Kuntz Weber, II 
Ai BREY A. Houser, Jr. 



Lilliard McEwan Ailor 
Horace Jackson Cary, III 
Emmet Tyson Drake 
Richard Smith Ellis 



Class of 1943 
Robert Findlay, III 
Charles Waples Healy, Jr. 
Richard Chadwick Johnson 
Floyd Knight McKenna 
Berry George Pierce, Jr. 



Michael McDonald Selzer 
Lewis Tyree, Jr. 
Robert Lamar York 

Melyin Ncei.y Young 



BLANDFORD 



MRS. ODENHAL 
















First Row: Dobbins, Gurkin, Taylor, Weber, Gary, Pit- 
zer, Dowling. Second Row: Tolley, Bowie, Billiiigsley, 
Findlay, Bucholz, Bishop, Ames. T/iirJ Rati-: Wood- 
ward, Dangler, Grubbs, Stoops, Chaney, Clinton, Selzer. 
Fourth Rnw: Tyree, Barr, Young, Hnndley, Richardson. 



VIRGINIA BETA CHAPTER 



1940 




I 



M 



H I 



ESTABLISHED 1866 • FOUNDED AT MIAMI UNIVERSITY, 1855 



Officers 

Lee Mountcastle Kenn'A President 

William Alfred Murrav rice-President 

Peyton English Rice Secretary 

Robert James Blandinc Treasurer 




Dr. George H. Denny 



Fratres in Urbe 
Gen. Chas. E. Kilbourne 



Samuel Wright Rayder 



Homer Derrell Dickens 
Granville Coe Farrier, Jr. 
Lee Mountcastle Kenna 



Fratres in Universitate 

Class of 1940 
Charles Pell Lewis, Jr. 
Melvin Ross McCaskill 
Peyton English Rice 
Howard Shepherd 



Horace Fulton Sutherland 
Lanier Thurmond 
John Clark White 



Robert James Blandinc 
Haskell Tyndall Dickinson 
Robert William Gary, Jr. 



Class of I (J 4 1 
Ralph Edward Keehn 
Parker Jones Matthews 
Austin McCaskill 
George MacG. Murray. Jr. 



William Alfred Murray 
James Blake Snobble 
Courtney Young Wadlington 



Russell Glenn Browning 
Edward Calohill Burks 
Lanson Burrows Ditto, Jr. 
Grady Henry Forgy, Jr. 



Chiss of IQ42 
William Ellery Jennings 
Gene Ray Johnston 
George Elliot Kearns, Jr. 
Charles A. Lemkuhl, Jr. 



Richard Johnson Payne, Jr. 
Robert Frank Wersel 
Philip Abney Wilhite, Jr. 
Paul Robert Zumkeller 



William Farrell Beven 
Edward Mitchell Cooper 
Ben Weille Ditto 



Class of 1943 
Gene Frederick Drake 
Gordon Duval Gary 



Lawton McCandless 
Richard Charles Wagner 
James Carroll Walker 



MRS. TAYLOR 





Z E T A 



First Row: Zumkeller, Keehn, A. McCaskill, Snobble, 
Dickens, Walker, Beven, W. Murray. Second Rozv: G. 
Murray, Sutherland, B. Ditto, B. Gary, G. Gary, Bland- 
ing, Wersel, Burks. T/iird Row: Payne, Cooper, Forgy, 
L. Ditto, Kearns, Johnston, Jennings, Lewis. Fourth Ro<w: 
McCandless, White, Shepherd, M. McCaskill, Thurmond 
Rice. 

CHAPTER 



)940 




SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON 



ESTABLISHED 1867 



FOUNDED AT ALABAMA UNIVERSITY 



Officers 

Edward Emerson Brown, Jr President 

Andrew Maurice Moore Vice-President 

Charles Green Carter Secretary 

Charles Frank Baclev • . Treasurer 



Fr.atres in Urbe 
W. L. Forester W. M. McElwee 

H. B. Cunningham J. Hennimier 




Frank Johnson Gilliam 



Fr.atrf.s in Facult.ate 
Charles Rice McDowell 



Frances Sydney Walls 



Edward Emerson ]5rown, Jr. 
Andrew Maurice Moore 

Charles Frank B.\cley, Jr. 
Robert Shimler Boyce 
Robert Hedrick Comeld 
Cameron Charles Dean 



Fr.atres in Universit.ate 
Class of IQ40 
Robert Bauer Shreve 
Lynell Griffith Skarda 

Class of 1 04 J 
Ralph Edward Lehr 
Benton McM. Wakefield 
Thomas George Morris 



JON.^THAN WeSTERVELT WaRNEJ( 

William Crane Washburn 



Arthur Clarendon Smith, Jr. 
Edward Harrison Trice, Jr. 
Herbert Van Voast 
Henry Bridgman Wilder 



Lawrence Jewell Bradford 
James Roland Camm 
Charles Green Carter 
John Lloyd Dorsey 



Class of IQ43 
Robert Floyd 
Donald Clark Turner 
James Sinclair Hill 
Irvin August Leunig 



Carter Lee Refo 
Richard Clarence Burton 
Louis Aubry Pridham 
Witt Schultz 



Virgil Cornelius Adams, Jr. 
James Hansen Bi.aikie 
William Rcibert Cory 
William L. Dugger, Jr. 
William McKenzie Easterli> 
Joseph Franklin Ellis, Jr. 



Class of ig4J 
John William Goode 
Jefferson Wilmoth Hudson 
Douglas Willis McC'ammisii 
John Martin McClure 
William Joseph Noonan 
Charles Gunther Orsivger 
Frank Lafayette Paschal, Jr. 



John Newton Peeples 
Albert Gali.atan Rhea, HI 
Richard Hance Shephard 
Laird Wadsworth Shull 
James Bundy Stewart 
William Baxter Webb 



MISS wnsoN 





first Rtiiv: McCammish, Goode, Ellis, Hudson, Boyce, 
Dean, Paschal. Second Row: Turner, Adams, Hill, Refo, 
Bagley, Dorscy, Sclniltz. Third Roiv: McClure, Noonan, 
Shreve, Peeples, Carter, Moore, Lehr. Fourth Roil-: Or- 
singer, Rhea, Shull, Shepard, Wakefield, Van Voast, Wil- 
der. Fifth Row: Trice, Webb, Smith, Easterlin, Stewart, 
Bradford, Washburn. 



VIRGINIA SIGMA CHAPTER 



1940 




PHI GAMMA DELTA 



ESTABLISHED 1869 



FOUNDED AT WASHINGTON AND JEFFERSON, I84f 



Officers 

Grover C. Baldwin-, Jr President 

JoHK Thomas Perry Treasurer 

William Eldred Whai.ev, Jr Recording Secretary 

Thomas Kennedy Helm, Jr Corresponding Secretary 

Robert Arthur Fuller Historian 




William Gleason Bean 
Ollinger Crenshaw 



Fr.atres in Faci lt-ate 
Larkin Hundley Farinholt 



Francis Pendleton Gaines 
George Junkin Irwin 



Fr.atres ix I xiversitate 



Grover C. Baldwin, Jr. 
William Shuler Burns 
Robert Renick Cockrell 
Robert Arthur Fuller 



Class of 1Q40 

Thomas Kennedy Hel.m, Jr. 
Henry Elwood McLaughlin 
Joseph Richard Michell, Jr. 
Guy Coleman Oswalt 



Louis Claude Shultz 
Fred David Shellabarger 
Louis McClelland Walker 
William Eldred Whaley, Jr. 



Keith Wayne Blinn 
Clark Clayton Foster 
Hamilton Phillips Fox, Jr. 



Class of IQ41 

James Carlos Hernandez 
Homer Augustus Jones, Jr. 
Robert Henry Keim 



Charles Francis Martin 
John Thomas Perry 
Eugene David Seraphine 



Walter Charles Aberg, Jr. 
Christopher C. Barnekov 
John Winfield Deyo 
Jack James Doherty 



Class of 1942 

Walter Scott Gilmer 
Michael Willis Lau 
Robert Morris Lawrence 



Gordon Ross Lloyd 
Robert Pullen Perrin 
Ramon Miguel Suarez 
Austin Vorhes Wood, Jr. 



Donald Hurlbert Adams 
George Robert Eshelman 
Richard Sherman Freeman 
John Lee Kirkpatrick 



Class of 1 943 

Kenneth Rene Merrill 
Robert Brown Myers 
Robert Masters Russell 



William Kearney Sevier 
David S. Shellabarger, Jr. 
James S. Sutherland, III 
Charles William Swinford 



MISS McCAULEY 





First Riiiu: Myers, Doherty, Deyo, Gilmer, Suarez, Law- 
rence, Lau, Freeman. Second Row: Eshelman, Hernan- 
ilez, Fox, Shellabarger, D., Walker, Stanley, Sutherland, 
Whaley. Third Row: Perry, Kirkpatrick, Fuller, Sevier, 
Helm, Merrill, McLaughlin, Mighell. Fourth Row: Shel- 
labarger, F., Schultz, Osival, Burns, Suinford, Butts, 
Jones, Aberg, Russell. 



ZETA DEUTERON CHAPTER 



mo 




KAPPA 



SIGMA 



ESTABLISHED 1873 



FOUNDED AT UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA, 1869 



Officers 

Char[.es HiCKKRsox Chapman, Jr President 

Earl Morgan-, Jr Vice-President 

Edmund McAshan Fountain • . . . . Secretary 

David Lee Spaui.dinc ....*..• Treasurer 

Richard Middi.eton Herndon Master of Ceremonies 



Fr.atres IN' Faciltate 
Robert Henry Tucker Robert Hanes Gray 



Fratres in Urbe 
Charles E. Friend 
Richard M. Irby 
Robert R. W'iit 



William R. Brown 
Edward Parkes Davis 




Earl Morgan 
Robert E. Witt 



James Huntoon Bierer 
Henry Braun, Jr. 
William Edward Buxton 

Charles H. Chapman, Jr. 
William I.ero^' Evans, Jr. 
Richard Middi.eton Herndon 

Robert Gibson Baker 
William John Daniel 
Oscar Carroll Dunn 
John Alden Embrv, Jr. 
Edmund McAshan Fountain 



(iEORGE TeMPLFION BlACHBURN 

Beverly Thomas Fitzp.ytrick 
John Malloky Hackney, Jr. 
Charles Warren Johnson 



Fratres ix Un'iversitate 

Clius of 1040 
Robert Bvrd Espy 
Fredrick Augustus Feddeman 
John Speight Hunter, Jr. 

Clfus of IQ41 
."Archie Wallace Hill, Jr. 
Giles Conneli, McCrary- 

Chiss of IQ42 
William Bessent Gunn 
George Bi.akei.ey Harrison 
William Toxvnes Lea 
William Byron McBryde 
John Manch 
LoRENTz Trigg White, Jr. 

Class of 1 04 J 
Robert T. MacCachran 
Barton Wistar Morris, Jr. 
John Benjamen Raaen, Jr. 

L V. RUNYAN 



Earl Morgan, Jr. 
William McCi.ain Reid 
David Lee Spaui.dinc 

Samuel Orr Pruitt, Jr. 
Robert Neavlinc Sweeney 
William Curtis Soule 

Robert Price Miller 
William John Scorr, Jr. 
Richard Thorne Sloan 
Cly'de Elsworth Smith, Jr. 
Buford Stuart Stephenson 



Marion Upshur Scott 
Phillip Keith Shute 
Robert Long Stein 
Chandler Sargent Whipple 



CHAPMAN 



MPS. BLAKE 





First Row: Harrison, Ruiiyan, Bierer, Braun, Buxton, 
Hill. Second Roii,-: McCrary, Soule, Sweeney, Feddeman, 
Hunter, Morgan. T/iird Row: Read, MacCachran, Mc- 
Bryde, Lea, Gunn, Smith. Foiirl/i Row: Scott, Dunn, 
Daniel, Embry, Baker. 



M U 



CHAPTER 



1940 



M 



N U 



ESTABLISHED 1882 



FOUNDED AT VIRGINIA MILITARY INSTITUTE, 1869 



Officers 

Jack Calvert Jones Grand Commandv 

RuFUS Hale Shumate Liculenant Commandi- 

Donald Johr Godehn Recordf 

Charles Ganahl Walker Treasure, 



pRATRES IN UrBE 

Colonel Bates Major Groves 

Major Clarkson J. T. Preston 

Ralph Daves Colonel Purdue 

Robert Hutcheson Richard A. Smith 
Rev. Thomas Wright 



-.< nrVt 




Fratres IX Faclltate 
Glover Dunn Hancock Charles Porterfield Light 



Robert Harold Gaddv 
Jack Calvert Jones 

Edward Carter Crook 
Earnest V'aughan Echols 

George Gordon Alford 
BiLLiE Bert Armstrong 
John Morris Atwood 



Fratres in Universitate 
Class (jf ig4o 
Oliver James Taylor 

Class of IQ41 
Donald Johr Godehn 

Class of 1 94^ 
Walter Gregory Downie 
Samuel Russell Hawkins 
James Wellford Matrin, Jr. 
Raymond Richard Russell, Jr. 



Robert Clark Turrell 
Charles Ganahl M'alker 

Hugh Robert Hughes 
Porcher Gaii.lard Rembert 

FiNLEY Page Seibert, Jr. 
Raymond Bourcey Whitaker 
John William Williams 



Richard Miller Basseit 
Robert Bidwell Brainard, Jr. 
Willard Susong Carter 
James Herman Daves, Jr. 
Malcolm Arnold Deans, Jr. 



Class of 1043 
Charles Philip Gresham 
William Cabrillo Hamilton 
Harry Clyde Keller 
Arthur Herbert LaMontagne 
Willis Kenneth Mollett 
Howard Benjamin Nichols 



Russell Hugh Neilson, Jr. 
Richard Mansfield Roberts 
Charles Henry Smith, Jr. 
Edmond Daniel Wells, Jr. 
Wilbur C. Windsor, Jr. 



MRS. RUTZLER 





First Row: Siebert, Downie, Hawkins, Russell, Shumate, 
Atwood, Williams. Second Rotv: Alford, Armstrong, 
Snidow, Nichols, Hughes, Roberts, Gresham. Tliird 
Row: Brainard, Bassett, Gaddy, Windsor, Walker, Smith, 
Deans. Fourth Row: Echols, Neilson, Crook. 



LAMBDA CHAPTER 



1940 




PHI DELTA THETA 



ESTABLISHED 1887 • FOUNDED AT MIAMI UNIVERSITY, I 



Officers 

Lloyd Robert Cole President 

Herbert Kellev Garges, Jr Vice-President 

Claude Moore Walker Secretary 

Edwin Joseph Foltz Treasurer 






Fratres in Urbe 
Colonel Murray F. Edwards 
Colonel Hunter Pendleton 






Fratres ix Facultate 
Earl Stansburv Mattingly Oscar Wetherhold Riege^ 



Lloyd Robert Cole 

John Challen Easterburg 



Fratres in Universitate 

Class of 1940 
Edwin Joseph Foltz 
Oscar Ennenga, Jr. 



Herbert Kelly Garges, Jr. 
John B. Gh.lespie, HI. 



LuPTON Avery 
Henry P.arr Baker 
Thomas Carnes Buforu 
Thomas Swearer Brizendine 



Class of IQ41 
John Lillard Davis 
George Richard Day 
John Sherman Henderson, Jr. 
William Joseph Keeler 
Joseph Talliaferro Lykes, Jr. 



Thomas Lewis Martin 
William Joseph McLeod 
Francis Thornton Strang 
Claude Moore Walker 



Frank Gregg Burger 
Charles Peale Didier 
William Bradford Dunson 



Bates William Bryan 
Calvin Huston East, Jr. 
Robert Lawrence Garges 



Class of 1942 
John Stuart Hunt 
William McFadden Martin 
Witcher G. McCullough 

Class of J943 
James Carl Hamilton 
Hill Maurv 

Frank W. McCullough, Jr. 
John Henry McMillan 
Fred Thomas Miller 



William Oscar Shropshire 
John W.\lter Stowers 
Paul Campbell Thomas, Jr. 



Ja.mes Robert Neal, Jr. 
Paul Eugene Sanders 
Philip Allen Sellers 




First Roiv: Dunson, Hamiltcni, Avery, Baker, B. Garges, 
Neal, Da)-. Second Row: Sanders, Sellers, Didier, Strang, 
Lykes, Martin, Bryan. Third Roiu: Ennenga, Walker, 
Easterberg, Miller, H. Garges, Gillespie, McCullough. 
Fourth Roil-: McLeod, Maury, McMillan, Hunt, Buford, 
Shropshire, Thomas, Foltz. 



VIRGINIA ZETA CHAPTER 



)940 




PI KAPPA ALPHA 



ESTABLISHED 1892 



FOUNDED AT UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA 



Officers 

James Robert Howard President 

Robert Cochkax Hobsox .......... l'iu--Pi-isidiiit 

William Paterson" Ames Treasurer 

Merideth Price Wiswell, Jr Secretary 



Fratres IX Urbe 
Major A, Willis Robertson.' 



Fratres in Facultate 
Almond R. Coleman 
Clayton Epes Williams 




Frank Smoot Beazlie, Jr. 
Augustus Lea Booth 



Fratres ix Uxiversitate 

Class of 1940 
Richard Booker Easley 
John Newton Harmon, III 
Robert Cochran Hobson 



Philip Williams, Jr. 
James Hughson Willis 



William Paterson Ames, Jr. 
Francis Carroll Bryan 
Fra>.cis Weber Fore.man" 



Class of 1941 
Paul Emile Gourdon, Jr. 
William Henry M.\rshall 
George Keith McMurran 
Robert Campbell Perry 



John Preston, Jr. 

Robert Finley Walker, Jr. 

Merideth Price Wiswell, Jr. 



William Miner Atlee 
William Chlbert Barrows, Jr. 
Bernard Madison Bogue 
Richard Adoi.ph Brun 



John Bannon 
Frederick Ott Byer 
Adelbert Beard Coni.ey, Jr. 
Louis R. Coulling, Jr. 
Henry Crockett 
Eastham Waller Dudley 



Class of 1942 
Harrison Woods Burgess 
James Robert Howard 
Elijah Dupuy Hundley, IV 
William Russell Kiser 
Robert Joseph Mooney 

Class of 1943 
Joseph Van Zandt Hei.len 
Harrison Joyce 
William McCoy', Jr. 
Joseph Edgar Lee 
William Kinnaird Privett 



Leonard M. Newcomb, Jr. 
Robert William Root 
Oliver Hampton Ward, Jr. 
Alfred Louis Wolfe, Jr. 



Leo James Signaigo, Jr. 
Philip Lindsley Small, Jr. 
Herbert Grooms Smith 
Arthur Thompson, Jr. 
Everett Hale Tomb 
Pali. Williams, Jr. 



MRS. MEADE 




P I 



First Row: Kiser, Small, Ash, Bryan, Conley, Amer, 
Wolf, Newcomb. Second Row: Burgess, Coulling, Root, 
Barrows, Beazlie, Booth, Gourdon, Dudley. Third Row: 
McMurran, Smith, Signaigo, Marshall, Bannon, Peery, 
Preston, Roediger. Fourth Row: Thompson, Williams, 
Harman, Byer, Willis, Joyce, Walker, Brun, Wis- 
well. Fifth Row: Hobson, McCoy, Williams, Tomb, Lee, 
Easley, Privett, Hellen, Crockett. 



CHAPTER 



1940 




PHI KAPPA SIGMA 



ESTABLISHED 1894 



FOUNDED AT UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA, 1850 



Officers 

Richard Wisfield Boisseau President 

Robert Roslyn Davis lice-President 

Harry Coopee Mason Secretary 

Arthur W. Maw, ]r Treasurer 



Fratre.s IX Urre 
Mercer Graham Frank Moore 

James Ha.mii.ton Stuart Moore 

William Raftey 




Fr-ater IxNJ Facultate 
Lucius Junius Desha 



Richard Winfiei.d Boisseau 
William Cary Breckinridge 
Thomas Ellison Bruce, Jr. 



Fratres IX Universitate 

Class of 1940 
RoBER'i RosL^■N Davis 
Brent Harrison Farber, Jr. 
Arthur Wilkinson Mann, Jr. 



Harry Cooper Mason 
Samuel Lvle MacCorkle 
John Winn Watson, Jr. 



George Ladd Gassman 



Class of IQ41 
James Hubert Price, Jr. 



Taylor Simmons Trueheart 



Harry Keating Baugher 
Preston Riel Brown 
Stanley Lewis Carlson 



Class of IQ42 
Thomas Mills Co.x 
Robert Douglas Gage, HI 
Garland Melvin Harvvood, Jr. 
Joseph Robbins Littlepage 



William Frank Moffett, Jr. 
Harold Clifton Pierce, Jr. 
John Calvin Senter, Jr. 



Charles Cyrus Adams 
Frederick Milton Allen 
Clifford Day, Jr. 
Enoch C. De Vane, Jr. 
Frederick Edwin Fisher 
Uriah Grey Flowers, Jr. 
John Carroll Hogan, Jr. 



Class of 1 94 J 
Vincent Anthony Icnico 
Conrad Lucius Inman, Jr. 
John Frederick Keighley, Jr. 
George Simms Keller 
Raymond Gordon Long 
Corneal Bernard Meyers, Jr. 
Thomas Harold Moncrief 



William Robinson Nutt 

Henry Peeples 

Paul Mason Shufford 

Sanders Perry Simmons, III 

Roscoe Bolar Stephenson, Jr. 

Robert Ridley Temple 

Roy Lawrence Wheeler, Jr. 



MRS W'ARNICK 




IKlKi ^1 




First Roic: Long, Stephenson, H. Brown, Mnffat, Gage, 
Keller, Myer>. Sctond Rou-: Mann, Ma>on, Allen, 
Adams, Farber, Davis, Trueheart. T/iirJ Roiv: Wheeler, 
Temple, Price, Stephenson, R. Watson, Shuford, Bruce. 
Fourth Row: Day, Flowers, Hogan, Ignico, Inman, Nutt. 



ALPHA ALPHA CHAPTER 



1940 




DELTA TAU DELTA 



ESTABLISHED 1896 • FOUNDED AT BETHANY COLLEGE, 1859 



Officers 

George Christian Nielsen' President 

Jackson Grover Akin, Jr Vice-Presidcnl 

Emu. Charles Rassmann, III Treasurer 

Charles Clyde Curl, Jr Secretary 



FrATFR IX F.ACULT.ATE 

Thomas James Farrar 



•<15> 




Jackson Grover Akin, Jr. 
Charles Edward Blair 
Charles Elmore Bowles, Jr. 
Charles Clyde Curl, Jr. 



Fr.ATRES IX UXIVERSITATE 

Class of IQ40 
James Miles Faulkner, Jr. 
Walter Russell Guthrie 
Ross Vedder Hersey 



George Christian Nielsen 
Leo Frederick Reinartz, Jr. 
James Raymond Roberts 
Alison Cleveland Wysonc, Jr. 



Hugh Gustavus Ashcraft, Jr. 
Earl Eugene Chamness 
John Walter Cr.awford 
Richard Charles Danahy 
Howard Bunting Davis 



Class of ig4i 
William L. Heartwell, Jr. 
Franklin Weller Hynson 
Gordon E. \'on Kalinowski 
Fortunatus S. Kirkp.atrick 



William Joseph Longan 
Henry Thomas Martin, Jr. 
John Morrison Raines, Jr. 
Emil Charles Rassmann, III 
Walter Jeter Wilkins, Jr. 



Robert McD. Boatwright 
Edward W. Brockman, Jr. 



Class of IQ42 
James Brent Clarke, Jr. 
John Kenneth Mallory, Jr. 



Richard B. Spindle, III 
Benjamin Williams 



Calhoun Bond 
Walter Frederick Brady 
Walter I. Chudleigh, Jr. 
William Allen Fuller 
James William Funk 



Class of IQ43 
Donald Everfft Garretson 
Frederick Hannahs Graves 
Elias Porter Haizlip 
Leo Harnden, Jr. 



William McAllum Harrelson 
Peter Brown Hoffman 
Richard Sears Newlin 
Robert Sherwood Peckham 
William Arthur Webster, Jr. 



MRS. COLEMAN 





f/.mM 





Firi/ Roiv: Boatwright, Brockmaii, Spindle, Heartuell, 
Mallory, Williams, Roberts, Reinartz. SeconJ Roia: 
Graves, Haizlip, Ashcraft, Harnden, Harrelson, Hoffman, 
Akin, Chamness. T/iird Row: Fuller, Funk, Garretson, 
Davis, Peckham, Newland, Blair, Hynson. Fourth Row: 
\'on Kalinowski, Longan, Martin, Raines, Chudleigh, 
Webster, Wysong, Wilkins. Fifl/i Row: Hersey, Rass- 
inan, Brad\', Guthrie, Bond, Faulkner, Curl. 



P H I 



CHAPTER 



mo 




SIGMA PHI EPSILON 

tSTABLlSHED 1906 • FOUNDED AT RICHMOND COLLEGE, 1900 



Officers 

Maurice Eugene Bostwick President 

Alfred Charles Kriecer ■ . l"ice-President 

Robert Wiliiam Haines Secretary 

John Howard Laurence Treasurer 



Fr.atres IX Urre 
Dr. Frank W. McClure 
Laird Young Thompson 



mm 







Fletcher Lwifs Barnes 



Fr.atres in F.acult.ate 
Richard Powell Carter 
Joseph S. Moffat, Jr. 



\r\RCEILUS HeNRV StOWE 



Morris Eugene Bostwtck 



Fr.atres ix Uxiversitate 
Ciiiss of IIJ40 
Samuel Edward Tvler 
Alfred Charles Krieger, Jr. 



Dabnev Waller Watts 



Chester Harvev Conover 
Willis Carl Ferguson 



Class of 1941 
Joii.N Howard Lawrence 



Allen Macaulay 
Robert Morris Renick 



Class of 1942 
William Lawrenxe Avers Robert William Haines 



Class of 1943 
Burr Edwards Giffen, Jr. John Patrick Gcully, Jr. 



MRS. CORNELL 





First Row: Giffen, McCaulay, Tyler, Watts, Scully. Sec- 
ond Rou'.- Conover, Kreiger, Rcnick, Lawrence, Moxley. 
Third Roil-: Ferguson, Ayers, Haines. 



VIRGINIA EPSILON CHAPTER 



1940 




PI KAPPA PHI 

ESTABLISHED 1920 • FOUNDED AT COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON, 1904 



Officers 

George MacInernv Presidint 

Alec Nicol Thomson, Jr Treasurer 

Colin Tolmie B.\xter Secretary 




FrATRES IX F.ACL LT.ATE 
Earl Kekr Paxton 
R \i MDN r. Johnson 



Robert Clavbourn Petrey 
Ethelburt S. Ronv, Jr. 



FraTRES IX UX[\ERSITATE 

Class of IQ40 
Robert Edward Summerall 



Alec Nicol Thomson, Jr. 
Alfred Ronald Thompson 



Clifford Bolles Curtis, Jr. 
Mitchell Keijii ^1SNE^■ 
Robert Martin CJrecerson 



Class of 1941 
SiFPiiEN Edward Hanasik 
Walter DeForrest Harrod 
John Joseph Mangan 



Donald Gerald McCausland 
Kenneth B. Van De Water, Jr. 
Harry Burgess Wood, Jr. 



Colin Tolmie Baxter 
Kenneth Skau Ci.endaniel 
William Corwin Jones 



Class of 1942 
Harold Willard Lauchlin 
Raymond A. Searfoss, Jr. 



Joseph Condit Shepard 
Robert N. Vander Voort, Jr. 
George Edward McKay 



Robert Howell Blandford 
Richard John Bromley 
Richard Douglas Butler 



Clais of l<J4j; 
Albert Darius Darby, Jr. 
John Bruce Handy, Jr. 
Jean Lee Benson 



Kenneth Roger McCausland 
Patrick Carroll Warfield 
Curtis Robert Welborn, Jr. 



McINERNEY 



MRS. HAMMETT 





First Row: Marigaii, Petrey, Disney, McKay, Wood. .SVe- 

oiul Row: A. Thomson, R. Thompson, Snmmerall, Uar- 

rod, Slocumh. T/iirJ Row: Handy, Darby, Robv. 



R H O 



CHAPTER 



1940 




ZETA BETA TAU 

ESTABLISHED 1920 • FOUNDED AT COLLEGE OF CITY OF NEW YORK, 1898 



Officers 

Charles CJoi.dsmith Thalhimer President 

Jerome Alfred Heluman J'ke-President 

Ai.viN Theodore Fleishman' Treasurer 

Marviv Stam.ev WiNiER Secretary 

Robert Svvitzer Loeb Historian 




Frater IX L'rbe 
Isaac Weinberg 

Fratres IX Universitate 
Class of 1940 
Jerome Alfred Heidman Hamilton Hertz 



Morion Darrei.l Barker, Jr. 
Alvin Theodore Fleishman 
Iean Sidney Friedburc 



Class of 1 94 J 
IIerreki Pincus Friedman, Jr. 
Alvin Harris 
Marion Tillman Simon 
Morrv William Spitz, Jr. 



Donald Lester Siein 
Charles G. Thalhimer 
Marvin Stanley Winter 



Richard Bertram Anderson 
Adrian Leroy Hendheim, Jr. 
Ned Harold Brower 



Class of IQ42 
Louis Cameron (^reentree 
Edward Malcolm Korrv 
Benjamin Carroll Kramer 



Robert Switzer Loeb 
Stanley Leonard S.vler 
Leon Worms, Jr. 



Ralph Irwin Cohen 
Melvin Henry Schept 



Class of 1 94 J 



Ja\ Armand Silverstein 



Herbert Henry Wolf 
Edwtn Albert Zelnicker 



THALHIMER 





First Roiv: HltIz, Bendheim, Brower, Worms, Locb. 

Sfcoiui Row: Satcr, Barker, Fleishman, Freidber.n;, Frcid- 

man. T/iirJ Rn-xi:: Silverstein, Simnn, Cohen, Wolf, 

Ileldman. 



ALPHA EPSILON CHAPTER 



1940 




PHI EPSILON PI 



ESTABLISHED 1920 



<^ ^ £> 



Officers 

Sydney Lewis Superior 

Robert Selig Junger Vice-Superior 

Robert Rosenkeld Recording Secretary 

Sidney' Isenberg Corresponditig Secretary 

Bertram Schewei, Treasurer 

St.^nford Schewei Seri/eant-at-.lnns 




Fr.atres IX Urbe 



D.AVIl) S. (iROSSM.\N 



Louis M. Lyons 



Fr.ATRES IX UXIVERSIT.ATE 



Alton D.wid F.arber 
MiCH.AEi, Louis Gilbert 



Class of ig40 
Eugene Monroe Kramer 



S\DNEY Lewis 
Stanford Lee Schewel 



Robert Selig Junger 



Class of 1 94 1 
Richard Harold Pinck 
Macey Rosenthal 



Bkrira.vi Rayman Schewel 



Sidney' Isenberg 
Bernard Levin 



Class of 1042 



Robert Lloyd Pinck 
Robert Samson Rosenfeld 



Stanley Robert Goldstein 



Class of IQ4J 
Gene Ira Kaufman 
Richard Daniel Norden 



Edward Scherr 



MRS. FLOURNOY 





First Row: Schcrr, Norden, S. Schewel, Rosenthal, Isen- 
berg. Si'tond Row. Levin, Rosenfeld, (Joldstein, Kauf- 
man, Junger. T/iirJ Roii;: Farber, B. Schewel, Gilbert, 
Kramer. 



DELTA CHAPTER 



1940 




LAMBDA CHI ALPHA 



ESTABLISHED 1922 • FOUNDED AT BOSTON UNIVERSITY, 1909 



Officers 

I.AWREVCR Emer^ Carsos" President 

Julius Dovd Stombock riie-PresiJe?it 

RiCHARU Pall Solthworth Secretary 

Allek Rhodes DeLong ■ . . . Treasurer 



FraTFR IN' L RliF 
Warren Eiavard Tn.sos 







::M 



:'^te 







tei'WR^ ''^ ^^ilsi 



Frater IX Facui.tate 
Louis Kerr Jon.ssov 



Lawrence Emery Carsov 
Robert Anthony Dementi 



Fratres in Uxiversitate 

Class of 1940 
Edward Thomas Haislip 
George Watson James, III 



fL^L Waugh Smith 
Franklin Scott Smither 



Bayard Stuevesakt Berghaus 
Allen Rhodes DeLong 
Charles Lee Hobson 



Class of 1 94 1 



Charles Edwin Moitesheard 
William LeRoy Schultheis 
Richard Paul Southworth 
Robert Edward Steele, III 



Julius Boyd Stombock 
Latham Leokidas Thicpen, Jr. 
Robert Oliver Wilbur 



Alan Beckwith Britton 
Mason Claiborne Deaver, Jr. 
Douglas Forrest Fleet, Jr. 



Class of 1942 
Charles Thomas Garten 
Wheatley Marshall Johnson 
Walter LeRoy Monroe 



David Powers Pardee 
Frederick Kennedy Rippetof. 
loHN Thomas \'anta 



William Montgomery Carson 
Norman Lee Fiero 



Class of 1943 
Richard James Houska 
Harold Harvev Oakley, Jr. 



William Herbert Ross 
Paul Richard Skili.man 



MRS. DILLON 





First Roiv: Fiero, Ross, Hobsoii, Deaver, Monroe, Rippe- 
toe. Second Roiv: Garten, Johnson, Smither, Palermo, 
Lamont, Janes. T/iirJ Roiv: Haislip, Dementi, Thigpen, 
Stombock, Steele, Schultheis. Fourth Roiv: Carson, W. 
Berghaus, Houska, DeLong. 



GAMMA PHI ZETA CHAPTER 



1940 




DELTA UPSILON 



ESTABLISHED 1930 



FOUNDED AT WILLIAMS COLLEGE 



Officers 

George Hunter Melvii.i.e Pn-sidml 

George Adam Braun, Jr Ihr-Pii-sidinl 

Stephen E. Campbell, Jr Secretary 

loiiN EmvARR Perry Treasurer 







Edwin Henr\' Howard 



Fratres in F.ACULTATE 
Rupert Nelson Lauure 



E. Parker T\voMBL^" 



Fratres in Universitate 



George Adam Braun, J 
Donald Gordon Buck 
Joseph Hunter 



Class of t(J4U 

CiEORGE Hunter Melville 
Edwin Henry Miller 



CJeorge V. Nicholas 
Edward Gerald Roff, Jr. 
Harry Burnet Stoddart 



Paul Douglas Brown 
Stephen E. Campbell, Jr. 
LeCompte Kirkwood Davis 
Chester Eccleston 
Marion G. Heatwole 



Class of 1 04 1 

William Austin Horton, Jr. 
William Strong Hummers 
CiEiiRGE B. Kerr 
Frank Harve\ KiniiNC 



Harry Grover Kincaid 
Richard Arnd Mehler 
Clifford Huston Mui.i.er, Jr. 
John Duncan Raymond 
Robert William Russell 



Gordon William Carlson 
Donald S. Carnahan 



Class of TQ42 

Charles Watson Davis 
John IIdwill DeWees 



John A. Muehleisen 
George .Arthur Wooi.fenden 



John C. Wingfield Campbeli, 
John Edson Forker 



Class of 1 043 

Carroll Vincent Herron 
Stanley H. McCullough, Jr. 
James Tyler Ramsey 



Donald Leo Richardson 
Raymond Henry Smalley 



MRS BURLINGAME 





finl Rozv: Hunter, KihliriK. Brauii, Camphell, Russell, 
Muller, Kiiicaid. SecciiiJ Roii;: Horton, Heatwole, Buck, 
Richardson, Ramsey, Brauii, Ecclestoii. Third Row: 
Campbell, S. Forker, Miller, Douglas, Nicholas, Mehler, 
McCullouKh. Fnurtli Roii.-: He Wees, Saunders, Stoddart, 
Hernin, Woolfen.len. 



WASHINGTON AND LEE CHAPTER 



1940 




Si^ond Row WMk 
Th„d Row: Saunders, 



amjeson, Burn.-r, Espv, ClevcUnd. Helderman. SmM 
.s, Grasty, James. Akm. Guthne, Crocker, Dickey. 
Gray. Pusey, Smedley. Smither. Gaddy, Desha, Sto\ 
rlh Row: Smirh. Bradley. Latrure. 



Officers 

Leon,\RD Cl.iNTON Hei.dm.w President 

RoBKRT \Vii.i.i.\M DiCKEV I'ic e-Piesident 

Livingston \V.\i)dei.i, Smith . . Seerelary-Tifusiircr 




WlI,IT.\M CJl.E.XSON ]5e.\n 

Robert F. Br.adlev 

Ol.LINGER CrENSH.AW 

Lucius Junius Desh.\ 
Robert William Dickey 
Fitzgerald Flournov 
Francis Pendleton Gaines 



Fr.ATRES IX E.ACL lt.ate 
John Alexander Graham 
Robert Hanes Gray 
Glover Dunn Hancock 
Leonard Ct,inton Helder.man 
Edwin Henry Howard 
James Lewis Howe 



\\'iLLiAM Dana Hoyt 
Rupert Nelson Latture 
William W. Morton 
Merton Ogden Phillips 
Livingston Waddell Smith 
Marcei.lus Henry Stow 
Robert Henry Tucker 



FraTRES IX UXIVERSITATE 
WiLi.iA.M Francis Saunders George Murra>- S.viirH, Jr. 

E.MERV Cox, |r. 



Jackson Grover Akin, Jr. 
William Le Roy Burner, Jr. 
John Bomar Clevei and 
Michael Pue Crocker 
Robert Bvrd Espy 



IxiTIATES OF 1940 
Robert Harold Gaddv 
George Mason Gr.astv 
Walter Russell Guthrie 
Andrew W. Jamieson, Jr. 
George W.wson James, HI 
Henry Elwood McLauchiin 



Paul Guerrant Morrison, Jr. 
Arthur Reno Porter, Jr. 
William McClain Read 
Franklin Scott Smither 
Philip Williams, Jr. 



PHI BETA KAPPA 





Lucius J. Desha 
Robert W. Dicke' 

LaRKIN H pARINf 

Forest FttrcHER 
Fitzgerald Flourt 



H. St. G. Tu 



■n.i A'...; iohnson. Carmich.icl , Light, P,u,-, Houc, Sm.th, "I u^l . ■ IXKh.inti W.^sht 

Second Row: Williams. T. Wright. Philpott. Btown. Latture. Bear. Fletcher. 

Third Row: Desha. Smith. Van Wagoner. Cox. Braun. 

Fomlh Row: Young. Hersey. Williams. Baldwin. Taylor. Harmon. Saunders. Read. 

F.lih Row: Price. Snyder. Stephenson. Watson. Thompson. Plummer. Hohson. 

S,\ih Row: Reinartz. Foltz. Dickinson. Farber. Alnutt. 

ScYcnth Row: Brodie. Sugrue. Gary 

Honorary Liddcrship Fraternity 
Founded. Il'ashinijlon and l.tr V nivfrsily, Igi4 

ALPHA CIRCLE 

Officers 

RY R. Stephenson. Jr Prtiidem 

Richard Winfield Boisseau V.ce-Preiideni 

Ali.bn Thom.« Snyder Secretary-Trtaiurer 

Fratres IN" Urbe 

Richard A. Smith Reid White. Jr. William D. Ellis 

E Warren E. Tilson Harry K. Young 

Fratres in Facultate 

Francis P Gaines Raymon T. Johnson Harry Melvin Philpott 

Frank J Gilliam Rupert N. Latture Oscar W. Riecel 

John A Graham Charles P. Light. Jr. Robert H. Tucker 

James L Ho«e William H. Moreland E. Parker Twomblv 

Clayton E. Williams 

Fratres ix Universitate 
Old Men 

R Henry Braun. Jr. Leo F. Reinhartt. Jr. Harry R. Stephenson. Jr. 

Haskell T Dickinson Allen Thomas Snyder Cecil Wood Taylor 

John Winn Watson, Jr. 

New Men 

Brent Harrison Farber Robert Cochran Hobson William Francis Saunders 

Edwin Joseph Foltz Louis Freeman Plummer Francis Joseph Sugrue 

Robert William Gary. Jr. James Hubert Price. Jr. Alfred Ronald Thompson 

Ross Vedder Hersey William McClain Read Ernest Woodward. II 

Honorary Initiates 

chael Edward S. Delaplaine Jambs Hubert Price William A. Wright 

Robert P. Hobson Samuel H. Williams 



OMICRON DELTA KAPPA 



)940 




SIGMfl 



Founded. Washington and Lie 

Blnndford Tui'hpart Sm.ch. Bishop. Campbell, Mangan, Co: 







Bar 


. G 


ry. 


Brodie, McCorkU. Watson, Farbcr 

Fratres ix Urbe 


Mann. 




J. L. Campbell 








S. Moore 




W. E. TiLSO 


C. S. Glasgow 








M. W. Paxton, Jr. 




H. K. Young 


R. S. HUTCHESON 








R. A. Smith 




W. D. Ellis 




tr^,„l Row: Light, Williams, McEwan, Harmon. Cox, Bums, Bcdingcr. Foltz, Tayloi, Stoops. 

ick Row: Isgrigg, CIcvEland. Mason. Baldwin, Stephenson, Jones, Roby. Dobbins, Woodward, Dickinson, Butts, Dickens, Mangan, Yuillc 

Foreman, Walters. Howard, Ward, Campbell, MacFarlane, Snyder. 

Honorary Legal Fraternity 

♦ Officers 
Emerv Cox, Jr Miujisln 
Alan- Max Brombacher Exclnqucr 

Frank Cleveland Bedincer C.lerl; 

Ralph E. Keehn ll'ulorian 

Fr.vtres in Facultate 
William HavwooiJ Morelanu Charles Porterfield LiCfri Clayton Epes ^^'lLL^\Ms 

Fr.ATRES IX UxnERSITATE 

Old Men 

William Cary Breckenridge Francis Weber Foreman Harry Roberts Stephenson, Jr. 

Alan Max Brombacher Ralph Euward Keehn Wendell Reber Stoops 

William Shuler Burns Samuel Lyle MacCorkle Cecil Wood Taylor 

Emery Cox, Jr. Oswald Beverley McEwan Lanier Thurmond 

Haskell Tvndall Dickinson Ethelbert Starkev Roby, Jr. John Clark White 

Edwin Joseph Foltz Allen Thomas Snyder Massie Alexander Yl'ille 

AVzc jMen 

Grover Cleveland Baldwin, Jr. Homer Derrell Dickens John Joseph Mancan 

Frank Cleveland Bedincer, Jr. Howard Wesley Dobbins Harry Coppee Mason 

Keith W.-^yne Blinn James Robert Howard Hugh Campbell M.acFari.ane 

Charles Elmore Bowles, Jr. Robert Graham Isgrigg Richard Paul Southworth 

Elliot Wilson Butts, Jr. Homer Augustus Jones, Jr. Oliver Hampton Ward, Jr. 

John Lyi e Campbeli Jr. Lee Mountcastle Kenna Clifford Logan Walters 

John- Bomar Cleveland Ei^^kt Woodward, U 



P H I 



DELTA PHI 



1940 




(Conlmued jiom Page S-i) 



December 12 

Kay Kyser will play for thirty-fourth Fancy Dress 
Ball; Watson signs Bob Chester for Junior prom . . . 
Blue Comets outclass Danville cagers, 39-30, in sea- 
son's inaugural . . . Big weekend scheduled in con- 
junction with interfraternity sing this spring. 

December 15 

Troubadours play Maxwell Andersoii's masterpiece, 
"Winterset," today and tomorrow . . . Carols, talk by 
Dr. Gaines to highlight Christmas candlelight service 
. . . PEP's vanquish fighting K. A.'s for intramural 
volleyball crown . . . Merry Christmas — Happy New- 
Year. 

January 9 

Frenzied rnimi fights Civil War in furious session; 
no casualties reported as Southerners win, 29-17 . . . 
'I'roubs will repeat "Winterset" . . . First issue of 
Law Review off press, mailed to 1,800. 

January 12 

Miss Charlotte Garber to lead Fancy Dress figure 
with Watson . . . Brigadier cagers ship Roanoke in 
opener . . . Kyser's College of Musical Knowledge to 
replace Saturday afternoon dansant. 

January 16 

Debaters plan nine debates on two trips . . . Beta 
Cjamma Sigma initiated eight men . . . CAee Club 
takes two-day Washington trip this week. 

January 19 

John W. Davis named rector of Board of Trustees 
. . . Swimmers open season against powerful North 
Carolina team . . . Dr. Carmichael emphasizes quali- 
ties of leadership of Founder's Day talk here. 

February 2 

Strains of "Old Kentucky Home" open Fancy Dress 
figure tonight . . . Troubadours present "Winterset" 
again in special performance . . . Brown names "The 
New South" as Calw's theme for 1940. 



February 6 



K\ser gone, girls gone ; Fanc\" Dres> remains tops 
to W. and L. students . . . Famous magician to per- 
form here . . . Don Cossack chorus encored twice by 
enthusiastic audience. 

February 9 

Daphne Dailey ivins Lee Editorial award . . . Clrid- 
ders to report Monday as CJenerals start spring foot- 
ball practice . . . Thirt\' students fall under automatic 
rule at semester's end. 

February 13 

Scholarship up — 64 make honor roll . . . Interfra- 
ternity Council will check fly-by-night vendors . . . 
Intramural Board approves all-star basketball game 
. . . Scrapping Comets freeze out touted Wahoos by 
33-30 count. 



February 16 



Blue tankmen take seven first places over^^helming 
N'irginia Tech ... 18 social fraternities initiate 200 
new men this week. 



February 20 

Seventy-five dollars stolen from Betas to climax two 
month epidemic of robberies . . . Duke noses out Big 
Blue cagers, 28-27, 3* Gary is injured . . . General 
grapplers nearing undefeated season topple N. C. 
team, 18-12 . . . Betas retain ping-pong title. 

February 23 

G. W. T. \^'. to blow into Lexington March 11 . . . 
Dobbins, Pinck names on all-state cage team . . . Dr. 
Gaines celebrates tenth year at W. and L., points out 
improvements, refuses credit . . . Blue tops W. and M., 
but loses to Spiders. 

February 27 

Debate squad wins two, gets draw on Florida trip 
. . . PEP's head scholarship list with 83-76 aver- 
age . . . Blue Comets and (Jenerals to clash tomor- 
row night in first all-star intramural game . . . Wres- 
tlers wind up season undefeated. 

March 1 

Sixteen students. Dr. Stow named to Phi Beta Kappa 
. . . Maryland drops Cienerals from conference tour- 
ney, 4.3-30 . . . Dean reports students' work has im- 
pro\-ed . . . \^'anted — 300 student members for Mike's 
Deluxe Country Club . . . 

March 5 

.\thletic Council names Spindle, Morris, Burger, 
Donoho, Brower as winter sports managers . . . Two 
interfraternity sing finalists will compete for cup at 
spring set dansant . . . Students must buy 1940 Vir- 
ginia state license tags . . . Burner named valedic- 
torian of '40 class. 

March 8 

Crooked politics out, executive committee warns . . . 
"Cookie" Cunningham signs new coaching contract 
. . . Betas rally to win intramural swimming title . . . 
W. and L. needs new dorms, say freshmen, councilors. 

March 12 

New deal has put more money into circulation, 
Madame Perkins tells assembly . . . Dr. Gaines, band 
and glee club to participate in first Easter sunrise 
service . . . Taylor appoints committees for mock con- 
vention. 

March D 

Lacross recognized as minor sport . . . Plummer 
and Radcliffe redesign blind man's post office stand 
. . . Debaters report no losses on Florida trip. 

March 19 

Woody Herman and Gene Krupa signed for spring 
dances . . . Generals take diamond Friday for opening 
tilt with Ohio State . . . Dr. Howard Mumford Jones 
to speak at Phi Beta Kappa assembly. 

March 22 

James Wadsworth is named keynoter for mock Re- 
publicaii convention . . . Al Snyder announces candi- 
dacy for student body president . . . University Treas- 
urer Paul M. Penick dies suddenly . . . Phi Psi's win 
intramural wrestling. 



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tiril Kow: Hunter, Campbell, Shannon, Fleishman, Reed, Schultz 

Sei:ond Row: Rosenthal, Bu.ks. Lanier, Herndon, Stephenson 

Th„d ».»•.■ Clendaniel, Price, Kearns. Prof. Flournov, Grasty 

Fourth Rov: Smith, Thigpen, Gaddy, Fleming, Dempshur 

U,l Row: Peery. Prof. Fannholt 

Founded University of Illinois. iQ^iJ 
WASHINGTON AND LEE CHAPTER 

F.stuhli hed l<j_^7 

Officers 

William Lee Sh.'\nno\' President 

« Benton- McMillin Wakefield, Jr Vice-President 

Alvin Theodore Fleishman Secretary 

Andrew Douglas Jamieson, Jr Treasurer 

Dr. Larkin Hundley Farinholt . . Fiuully Adviser 

Old Men 

Paul Baker. Jr. John Sherman Henderson, Jr. Robert Samson Rosenfbld 

Edward Calohill Burks Richard Middleton Herndon Robert Francis Schultz 

William Lerov Burner. Jr. Edward Eugene Hunter. Jr. William Lee Shannon 

Robert Fishburne Campbell Andrew Douglas Jamieson. Jr. Fred David Shellabarger 

Kenneth Skau Clendaniel Thomas Dabney Kearns Marion Tillman Simon 

John Dempsheb Charles Hanna Lanier George Murray Smith. Jr. 

Alvin Theodore Fleishman Irvin August Leunig. Jr. Nelson Clarence Steenlanu 

Thomas Olin Fleming Robert Campbell Perry Buford Stuart Stephenson 

Robert Harold Gaddv James Hubert Price. Jr. Latham Thigpen. Jr. 

George Mason Grasty John Duncan Raymond Benton McMillin Wakefield. Jr. 

Walter Russell Guthrie William McClain Read Herbert Woodward. Jr. 

New Men 

William Henry Armstrong Joseph Franklin Ellis, Jr. Jay Armand Silverstein 

Carlyle Westbrook Barritt Donald Everett Garretson Albert Daniel Tull 

George Sartwelle Barrows S. L. Kopald. Jr. Thomas Carlyle Wilson. Jr. 

Richard Earl Cooke Morrison Ray Nelson Norman Francis Wyatt 

Stuart Moore Faison Edward Howard Scherr Edwin Albert Zelnicker 



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DEBATE TEAM 

Officers 

William Lerov Burner, Jr. . Manager 

Jack Calvert Jones Cat>lain 

Prof. George ■S'tuvvesaxt Jackso.n Coaih 

Robert L. Van Wagoner Assislanl Coach 



Mf.mbers 



Jackson CJ. Akin, Jr. 
Jack Calvert Jones, Jr. 
St.\nf-ord Lee Schewel 
Wn.LL\M Lerov Burner, Jr. 
Charles Lee Hobson 
Herbert P. Freid.vian, Jr. 
Joseph Allen Overton, Jr. 



Carter Lee Refo 
William B. Webb 
Joseph Franklin Ellis, Jr. 
Rich.^rd Mansfield Roberts 
William Henrv Armstrong 
Thomas Ramsay Taylor 
Kenneth S. Clendaniel 



JONES 



FLORIDA TRIP: February 19-24 

Florida State College for Women ; Ciiiversity 
Florida; Florida Southern College; Rollins ( 
lege; The Citadel. 
Akin, Burner, Jones. 



NORTHERN TRIP: March 11-16 
Johns Hopkins; Princeton; 



Fordham; M. L T. 



VIRGINIA TRIP: Apr; 
Haiiipden-S\dne 



11-13 

; Williaii 



& Marv; Richmond. 



HOME DEBATES 

\\'estininster ; I'liiversity of Pennsylvania; \\'illiam 
& Mary; Birmingham-Southern; The Citadel; 
Johns Hopkins; American International; I'niver- 
sitv of \'irginia ; Hampden-Svdnev ; Randolph- 
Macon. 



Firif Row: Hobson. Burner, Jones, Schewel. Akin. 

■cond Row: Professor Jackson. Overton. Refo, Byrei 

Third Row: Wyatt, Webb, Taylor. 






t'lont Ko,-.': J^mei, Beazlie, Feddcman. Hill, Young. 

Second Row: Berghaus. Kiser, Oswalt. Petrey. Walker, Johnston. Suatez 

B^ck Row: Van Vl.et, McCovm, Shannon, Williams, Longan, Baker, Baptist 

Officers 

Frederick Augustus Feddeman I'rrsiJrnl 

George Watsok James, III Vici-Pn-siJinl 

John Carlisle Fix Secrclary-Trcasurcr 

Fr.atres in F.acllt.ate 
Lucius Junius Desha James Lewis Howe 

Lemuel Lee Hill William Dana Ho\ r 

William Miller Hinton Lewis Daniel Wii.i.iams, Jr. 



EvANGEi.os Christ Alevizatos 
Arthur William Armstrong 

tSARI.AND HANSBROUGH BAPTIST 

Ned Harold Brower 
Theodore August Bruinsma 
William LeRov Burner, Jr. 
Walter Gregory Downie 
Bayard Stuyvesant Berghaus 
Henry Braun, Jr. 
Robert Byrd Espy 
Frederick Augustus Feddeman 
Guy Coleman Oswalt 
Thomas Lewis Martin 
Benton Corrothers Tolley, Jr. 
Frank Witcher McCullough, Jr. 
Morrison Ray Nelson 
Robert Hedrick Cofield 
James Robert Neal, Jr. 
Andrew Maurice Moore 
William Victor Fittipoldi 
Richard James Houska 
Charles Buford Conker 



Fr.atres in Uni\'ersit.\te 

John Carlisle Fix 
George Bi.akeley Harrison 
George W.^tson James, HI 
c;ene Ray Johnston 
John William Johnston 
William Russell Kiser 
Charles Adrian Lemkuhl, Jr. 
Robert Switzer Loeb 
William Joseph Longan 
Melvin Ross McC.askill 
James Sinclair Hill 
Robert Gibson Baker 
William Bessent CiUnn 
William Arthur Webster, Jr. 
Albert Daniel Tull 
John Edward Zombro, Jr. 
William Cabrillo Hamilton 
Edward Mitchell Cooper 
William Jenkins Wilcox, Jr. 
\'incent Anthony Ignico 
Charles Cyrus Adams 



John Graham McCown 
Joseph Richard Mighell, HI 
Robert Cla\bourne Petrel 
William Lee Shannon 
Hal Waugh Smith 
Ramon Miguel Suarez 
Kenneih B. Van de W.vter, Jr. 
Clinton Van Vliet 
Benton McM. Wakefield, Jr. 
Lewis McClelland Walker 
l.wimer gorsuch vounc 
Roy Lawrence Wheeler, Jr. 
John Hite Mast, Jr. 
Henry Bowen Crockett, Jr. 
Macey Herschel Rosenthal 
Glen Francis Toai.son 
RoscoE BoLAR Stephenson, Jr. 
Michael Louis Gilbert 
Floyd Kiron Yeomans 
FIerbert Pincus Friedman, Jr. 
James Wells Hammeit 
Frank Malcolm Martin 



TAU KAPPA IOTA 



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'~„mt Row: James, Willi 

Second Row: Di 

Third Row: 

Fourth Row: McCown. 



ams, McLaughlin, Nielsen, Dr. 
imond. Friedman, Petrcy, Waike 
EchoU, E. Jasper, Kincaid, Johns 
Dempsher. Rosenfeld. Longan, Fi 



Young, 
[ipoldi, Yonge. 



llnnordiy (Chemistry Society 



t)FFlCERS 

CIeorgr Christian' Nielsen' Piisidiiil 

IIkvri Elwood IUcLaughlin Vite-Pri-suiiul 

Franklin Scott Smither Secn-tary 

George Waison Iames, III Tivusiinr 




l..\RKi\ Hundley F.\riniioi.t 
I.LCiAN luNRS Desha 



Robert Harding Adams 

Paul Baker, Jr. 

Frank Smoot Beazi.ie, Jr. 

Ale.xander Br.-\tenaiii, 

Gordon William Carlson 

John Dempsher 

Solomon Diamond 

Earnest Vaughn Echols, Jr. 

William \'ictor Fittipoi.di 



Fr.XTRES IX F.ACL LT.XTE 
lA.MES Lewis Ho\\ e 



Fr.atres in Universit.ath 
Edmund McAshan Fountain 
Herbert Pincus Friedman 
William Wesley Grover 
Charles Lee Hobson 
tJEORGE Watson James, HI 
Benjamin Evans Jasper 
Harry Grove Kincaid 
Charles Pell Lewis 
William Joseph Longan 
John Graham McCown 



John Robert TA^ lor 
Lewis Daniel Wii.i ia.ms, Jr. 



Henry Eiavood McLaughlin 
George Christian Nielsen 
John Thomas Perry 
Robert Claybourne Petrey 
Robert Samson Rosenfield 
Franklin Scott Smither 
Louis McClelland Walker 
Henry- M.itthew Yonge 
l.atimer gorsuch young 



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Officers 



J. G. V'arner . . 
Ross Vedder Hersev 



Robert Edmund Lee 
Richard Adolf Brui 
EvANGELos Christ A 
John Challen Easterb 
William Miner Atlee 
Ross Season, Jr. 
John Bruce Handy. Jr. 



George Kek 
John Carli! 
Arthur Bu 
Paul DouGi 



Charles Hanna Lani 



Arthur Web 



John White B. Preston. Jr. 
Charles Adrian Lemkuhl, Jr 
Franklin Willer Hvnson 
John Bomar Cleveland 



Director Fr.anklik Wki.i.er Hvnson' 

. President Robkrt Bvkd Espv 
Paul Douglas Brown Lihrarian 



Bass 

C. Win. 



Wii 

Donald Everett Garret 
Richard Douglas Butle 
Robert Long Stein 
William Baxter Webb 
Benjamin Carroll KRA^ 



Baritone 

SiMCOX CoRNALIO 

Frederic Parton, 
Ji Henderson Jasp 



First Tenor 

William Robinson Nu 
Richard Harry Haymes 
Liton Fairfax Murdoc 
Anthony Edward D'E\ 



Second Tenor 

Horace Jackson Gary. 
Peter Brown Hoffma 
Eastham Waller Dudl 
Hudson Colquhoun h 
John Patrick Scully. 



. J'icr-PresidenI 
Hiisittess Mituaijcr 



Alex Morton Maish 
Robert Sherwood Peck 
Robert Arthur Hanco^ 
Robert Sanders Leake 
George Simms Keller 
Harold Harvey Oakle 
Joseph VanZant Helli 



Donald Thomas Burton 
William Bradford Dunson 
William Leroy Evans, Jr. 
Morton Dorrell Barker. Jr. 
William Jenkins Wilcox. Jr 
Paul Eugene Sanders 
James Hansen Blaikie 
Thomas Dabney Kern 
BuFORD Stuart Stephenson 



John Edson Forker 
Macauley Howard 
Robert Ridley Temple 



William Jo 


-IN ScOTT, J 


Robert Wil 


LiAM Root 


Cash Taylo 


R SkaRDA 


FR.ANCIS RiSL 


)ON Russell 



THE 



GLEE CLUB 



1940 



FRESHMAN FRIENDSHIP COUNCIL 



Officers 



Robert Ridley Temple President 

RocERT Stanley I.amberi, Jr. . . . I'ice-President 
RoBLRi Sanders Leake 



Thomas Dabney Kern . . . Seeretary-Treasurer 
Stuart Edward Lawrence . Executive Committeeman 
Exeeuiii'e Committeeman 



\'iRciL Cornelius Adams, Jr. 
Cari.yle Westbrook Barritt 
George Sartweli.e Barrows 
Ross Beason, Jr. 
Calhoun Bond 
William Lauriston Bruce 
liAiES William Br> an 
Frederick On Byrer 
Wai.i ER Irving Chudi eich, Ji 
Ralph Irwin Cohen 
Adelberi B. Conlev, Jr. 
William T. Oabney, III 
Albert Darius Darbi, Jr. 
Joseph Franklin Ellis, Jr. 
Richard Smith Ellis 
LTriah Grev Flowers, Jr. 
John Edsok Forker 
Stanley Robert Goldstein 
Charles Philip Gresham 
John William Goode, Jr. 
Franklin (^ruesser 
Robert Lawrence Garges 



Memhers 

John Bruce Handy, Jr. 

Richard James Houska 

Gene Ira Kaufman 

Harry Clyde Keller 

Thomas Dabnev Kern 

Jeams L-inwood King 

Robert Stanley Lambert, Jr. 

Ai.lie H. Lane 

Stuart Edward Lawrence 

Robert Sanders Leake 

Edward James McCartv 

Frank Witcher McCullough, Jr 

John Webster McGehee, Jr. 

Robert Francis MacCachran 

Robert Lee Michael 

Corneal B. Mvers, Jr. 

William Joseph Noonan, Jr. 

Richard Daniel Norden 

Theodore Pearson 

Henry- C. Peeples 

John Newton Peeples 

Berry George Pierce, Jr. 

William Kinnaird Priveit 



John Benjamen Raaen, Jr. 
Donald Leo Richardson 
Francis Risdon Russell 
Charles Thomas Sardeson 
Edward Howard Scherr 
Charles Christian Schock 
Philip Allen Sellers 
Allen Jett Sharitz 
Richard Hance Shepard 
Raymond Henry Sm alley 
Roscoe Bolar Stephenson, Jr. 
James Stanley Sutherland, III 
Horace Kent Tenney, III 
Robert Ridley Temple 
Robert Parker Tyson 
Richard Charles Wagner 
Patrick Carroll Warfiei.d 
William Baxter Webb 
William Jenkins Wilcox, Jr. 
Thomas Cari.yle Wilson, Jr. 
Herbert Henry Woif, Jr. 
Norman Francis W^ att 



BAPTIST STUDENT UNION 

Col xcii. 

Kenneth Skau Clendaniei President 

Andrew Stephens Lanier First I'iee-Prrsidenl 

Bevion CoRKniHERS ToLi.Ev, Jr Second I'ice-PresidenI 

William Wallace Barnes . . . Third I'ice-President 

C.\RL Leigh Varner Secretary 

Joseph H. Cosby Local Pastor 

Lemuel Lee Hili Faculty .Idvisor 

Members 

Richard Emanuel Basile CIordon Duval c;ar\ Andrew Siephens Lanier 

Jean Lee Benson Robert William Gary, Jr. Kei.lev Liiteral 

Charles Greene Carter, Jr. Robert Arhiur Hancock Harry Mei.vin Hhilpott 

Willard Susonc Career Edward Eugene Hunter, Jr. Benton Corrothers Tolley, Jr. 

Charles Hickerson Chapman, Jr. Jeams Lynwood King .Albert Daniel Tull 

Kenneth Skau Clendaniei. William Russell Kiser Carl Leigh Varner 



CHRISTIAN COUNCIL 



Wii.i.iAM Wii.soN Morion' 
Wii.i.iAM McCr.AiN Read 



Officers 

Faculty Chuirman RoBRRl F.DMLM) I.EE 

. . . PnsiJntI Chari i:s L. Hobsov . 



. . lici-Pirndrul 
R.u.idnui S,;,,l,uy 



Robert Espv 
Scott Smith er 
Stanford Schewel 



ExECLTivE Committee 

Wii.i.iAM Shawov 
Gordon' Von Kai.inowski 
Chari.es Chapman 
Chari.es Thai.himer 
Daniel Lewis 



Thomas Clark- 
Robert Campbell 
Marshall Johnson 



Frederick Bartensteik 
Charles Lanier 
Carl Varner 
Kenneth Clendaniel 
Andrew S. Lanier 
Edward E. Brown 
Benton Wakefield 
John Morgan 
Sidney Isenberg 
William Neal 
Louis Greentree 
Robert Rosenfeld 
Sidney Lewis 
Adrian Benheim 
Bert Schewel 
Robert Steele 
Frank L. LaMotte 
Edward Fountain 
John Embrv 
Aubrey Matthews 
Robert Baker 
Oscar Dunn 
Fred Feddeman 
Whitt Schultz 
Wai.i.v Ebe 



StI'DEN'T Coi-NCIL 

Macauley Howard 
John Weathers 

Bill Buchanan 
Robert Gavle 
Evangelos Alevizatos 
Harvey Conover 
Emil Rassmann 
Kenneth Van de W.vier 
Robert Perri 
William Ati.er 
Henry Baker 
Thomas Fleming 
Richard Herndon 
Ra'i mono McGili. 
Ben Kramer 
Hugh Ashcrakt 
Matthews (Iriffith 
Homer Jones 
Robert Lahrence 
Ausiin McCaskii.i. 
Alan Overion 
Richard Radci.iffe 
Edward KnRR\ 
Robert Wii bir 



Harry L. Smith 

LOITS Pl.lMMER 

William Burner 
George Harrison 
William Ai ers 
\^'AI.I.1 Revnoi.ds 
Jack Barr\ 
William Gl'NN 
TowNEs Lee 
Robert Bo.atwrighi 
John Cleveland 
Hans Schmidi 
Stuart Sievenson 
Philip Wii.hite 
Russell Browning 
Larry Carson 
William Jennings 
Charles Carier 
Cameron Oean 
R\i ph Leiik 
Pail Morrison 
Harrei.l Morris 
James Ford 
Leon Worms 
Waiter H\rrod 



)940 




13 CLUB " 

Honorary Society for Juniors 




Officers 

Franklik Allen' Nichols President 

BiLLv \'.AUGH.\N- AvERs Secretary 



BlLLV V'.ALCH.AK AvERS, I! II 

Ch.^rley T. Blandford, X T it 
Edward E. Brown, Jr., - A E 
John Lvle Campbell, Jr., K .\ 
Charles Cl^de Curl, Jr., A T A 
Homer Oerrell Dickens, - X 



Charles H. Chapman, Jr., K i: 
Edward Carter Crook, 2 N 
George Richard Day, * A e 
Charles Cameron Dean, i; A E 



Old Men 
Haskell T. Dickinson, i: X 
James R. Howard, •l' A b 
Robert S. Hutch eson, K A 
Jack Calvert Jones, i: X 
Franklin A. Nichols, 4' K -A' 



New Men 
Howard Wesley Dobbins, A T '.I 
Homer Augustus Jones, Jr., <I> P A 
Robert Wili.l^m Gary, Jr., 2 X 
James Roger McConnell, Ben 
Henry L. Roediger, Jr., IT K A 



Allen T. Sydner, 4> K ■4' 
Henry R. Stephenson, Jr., 4> K i 
Wendell Reber Stoops, A T V. 
Cecil Wood Taylor, A T 
John Winn Watson, Jr., * K :: 
William E. Whaley, Jr., * E A 



Emu. C. Rassmann, 3RD, ATA 
I'avi.or S. Trueheart, * K 22 
Charles Edgar Wagc, Jr., <I> K >!' 
Clifford Logan Walters, K A 



KAPPA PHI KAPPA 

Honorary Etliirntional Society 




Fratres IX Urre 
Harrington- Waddf.li, Supi. R. M. Irbv 



Francis Pendleton Gaine 
Fletcher James Barnes 
Walter Abraham Flick 



Alfred Ronald Thompson 

John Goodwin Ai.nuit 
Henry Parr Baker 
Garland H. Baptist 
Richard Winfield Boisseau 
Reid Brodie, Jr. 



Fratres ix Facii.tate 
F.ARLE Kerr Pxvton 
Robert Henry Tucker 
Ollincer Crenshaw 

Fratres ix Uxiversitate 

Old Men 
John E. Delehanty 

New Men 
Chester H. Conover 
Robert Lee Gam,e 
Joseph Hunter 
William J. Keei.er 
Robert E. Lee 



William Miller Hinton 
Robert Winter Rovston 
Harry M. Philpott 



Earl Morgan, Jr. 

James E. Lindsey 
Howard Shepherd 
Taylor Simmons Trueheart 
Courtney 'i". Wadlington 
Robert F. Walker 



BETA GAMMA SIGMA 

Honorary (Jomnuree Fraternity 



Fletcher James Barnes, U 
Almand Rouse Coleman 
Mervyn Crobaugh 
Robert Hanes Gray 

William LeRoy Burner, Jr. 




FiiutideJ, Cni-venily nf ll'isiunsi/i. igrj 

VIRGINIA BETA CHAPTER 

EstahlislrJ /&>',,' 

Fratr.vtes IX Facl ltate 
CSlover Dunn Hancock 
Edwin Henry Howard 
Lewis Kerr Johnson 

Fratres in L'xi\ersi7ate 
John Bomar Cleveland 
Arthur Reno Porter, Jr. 



Rupert Nelson L.vtture 
Merton Ocden Phillips 
Robert Henry Tucker 
John Higgins Williams 

Wii.LiA.vi Francis Saunders 



1940 





OFFICERS 

J. Al.LEN' OVERTOK 
Sprakcr 

Wiii.iAM Burner 
.hsistiinl Speaki-r 

Thomas Fleming 
Secrelary 

Marsh Ai.i. Johnson 
Kffper of the Key 

Ceorg S. Jackson 
Faculty .Idvisor 



MEMBERS 



S. R. Ames 
\V. H. Armstrong 
J. P. Blakelv 
Caiholn Bond 
W. R. Browder 
W. L. Bousey 

F. O. BVRER 

W. S. Carter 

li. J. Carv, III 

\V. I. Chuui.eigh, TR- 

R. I. Cohen 

R. E. Cooke 

A. B. Coni.ev, Jr. 

L. R. Cooling 



\V. M. Carson 
J, H. Davidson 
M. A. Dickson 
J. F. Ellis 
T. O. Fleming 
r. G. Flowers, Jr. 
R. H. Neilson, Jr. 
\V. J. NooNAN, Jr. 
J. N. Peeples 
H. G. Smith, Jr. 
Franklin Gruesser 
V. A. Ignico 
H. H. Jeter 
B. C. Kramer ^ 

E. A. 



R. S. Lambert, Jr. 

S. E. L.AVVRENCE 

J. P. Scully, Jr. 
William McCoy, Jr. 
F. W. McCullough 
W. C. McLaren 
R. L. Michael 
y. H. Morgan 
C. B. Myer 
J. A. Overton 
J. R. Roberts 
E, F. Robe, Jr. 
C. T. Sardeson 
M. H. Schept 
Zelnicker, Jr. 



E. H. Scherr 

C. C. Schock 

W. K. Sevier 

J. A. Silverstein 

P. L. Small, Jr. 

C. H. Smith, Jr. 

J. S. Sutherland, III 

A. D. Tull 

R. B. Stephenson, Jr. 

P. C. Warfield 

W. B. Webb 

E. D. Wells, Jr. 

T. C. Wilson, Jr. 

H. H. Wolfe, Jr. 




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Second ».»: Schock. Waifield. Tull. Peeple.s, McLaren. Stephenson. Mvers, Lawrence. 

Third Row: Robb. Byrcr. McCoy. Webb, Chudlemh. Flowcns, Dickson, Armstrong. 

Fuurlh R,>n: Silverstein, Thalhimer, .Ames. Fleming, Overton, Bond, Grue«er, Davidson, Michael, Wolf. 

Ftfih R.n- Tarter, Ignico, Biiice Conlev , Cohen, Smith, Smith Schept, Coulling, Browder, Cooke, Zelnicker, Nielsen. 



THE 



FORENSIC UNION 



Charles Goldsmith Thai.himer 

Presiiii'iil Graham Literary 

Society Srcotnl Scmislrr 

HARR-i Grove Kincaid 

President If'asliinglon Literary 

Society First Semester 









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GRAHAM-LEE 
LITERARY SOCIETY 

i'llAKLKS C. IllAIMlMI K 

President 


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rice-PresulenI 


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Samuel R. Ames 
1 Secretary- Treasurer 



SunJijig: Schewd. Read. Garten. CampbeM . Kelo. Griffith. Van Vl.i 
Siinng: Alev.zatos. Tolson. Lewis. Schultz. Kincaid 



WASHINGTON 
LITERARY SOCIETY 



Dasui. C. I. mis 
President 



Cm. EN F. Toalsun 
lice-President 



EvANHELOS C. Alevi/aios 
Secretary- Treasurer 



HONORARY LITERARY SOCIETIES 



1940 





THE TROUBADOURS 



OFFICERS 

Francis Joseph Sugrue Pmiiiiiil 

Kenneth Dolgi.as Moxlev . . I'icc-Prrsidcnl 

Ernest Woodward, II Scrretary 

George Richard Day . . . Bu:incss Manager 



BUSINESS STAFF 

Brad Dlnson 
Sidney Isenbert 
Jean Kaufman 
Iames La Plante 



Edwin F. Robb, Jr. 
Fred Miller 
Calvin East 
Paul Sanders 



James Sutherland Bates Bryan 

Robert Garges 



MEMBERS 



James Falikner 
Michael Wati 
James Clarke 
John Alnutt 
Ernest Woodward 
Francis Sugrue 
Maurice Bostwick 
Robert Renick 
Latham Thigpen 
Patrick Warfield 
Frederic B. Farrar 



Don Crawford 
William R. Nutt 
Sam Ames 
Ted Lawrence 
Lester R. Weller 
Thomas Dodd 
Morton Barker 
Kenneth Moxle^' 
Edgar Boyd 

CiEORGE PARTON 

William J. Torrington 




Kmdmg 

and Row: Thigpen. Mis 

Th„J Row: San. 



Old. Barker. Fullei 


r. Dodd. Dav. 


Woodward. Alnut 


t. Moxley. Sugrue. Far 


Weller. LaPlante, 


, Woolfendcn. McGill. 



John Alnutt %vasthe 
dramatic star of the 
past Troubadour sea- 
son, taking the lead- 
ing role in both plays. 
He portrayed the suave 
Sandor Turai in Mol- 
nar's "The Play's the 
Thing," and was Mio 
in Maxwell Ander- 
son's "Winterset." 

The former of these 
was directed by Ken- 
neth Moxley, who did 
the settings for both 
productions, and took 
an important role in 
the latter. "The Play's 
the Thing," a ribald 
comedy, also featured 
Miss Dolly Burks, and 
included in the cast 
James Faulkner, Ern- 
est Woodward, II, 
Fred Farrar, Dusty 
Millar, and Maurice 
Bostwick. The pro- 
duction was quite a 
success, and was also 
played at Sweetbriar, 
Hollins, and Ran- 
dolph-Macon. 

"Winterset" w a s 
probably the standout 
play of the last sev- 
eral seasons, playing to 
capacity crowds each 
performance. Miss 
Burks starred as Miri- 
anne opposite Al- 
nutt. Giving outstand- 
ing performances in 
supporting roles were 
Francis S u g r u e as 
Trock, Moxley, Lath- 
am Thigpen, Bob Ren- 
ick, and Ed Boyd. 
Pat Warfield and Ted 
Lawrence, newcomers, 
received plaudits for 
character parts. Sug- 
rue also did the direc- 
tion. 

In addition to the^ 
two plays, the Trou- 
badours inaugurated 
this year a series of 
weekly broadcasts over 
radio station WDBJ 
in Roanoke. "Tales 
from Maupassant" 
^vere done for the first 
thirteen weeks, after 
which original dramas 
written by the stu- 
dents were presented. 
These programs were 
all directed by Ernest 
Woodward, II, who 
handled the publicity 
\vith Fred Farrar. 



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1940 




Officers 



IR S. 1 RL EllARI . . . 

James R. McConnell 



President 
Secretary- Treasurer 



John tiooDWis' Almti, B II 
CJeorge Adam Braun. A T 
Donald Gordon Buck, A T 
Lawrence Emorv Carson, A X A 
Uriah Fooks Coulbovkn, K A 
Charles Clyde Clrl, Jr., A t A 
John Jacob Dangler, A T !2 
Robert Roslvn Davis, -I' K Z 
Allen Rhodes DfLong, A X A 
Frederick B. Farrar, H O II 



Old Men 

Whi.lam \'. FrnipoLDL * K -A' 
Robert Harold Gaddv, i: X 
Paul Emile Gourdon, Jr., II K . 
Wn.LiAM Mn.LER GwvN, Jr., K .' 
John S. Henderson, Jr., ■!> A e 
Archie Wallace Hill, Jr., K i: 
.Alfred C. Kriecer, Jr., 2 <I> K 
John Howard Lawrence, i: >t> E 
Charles Pell Lewis, Jr., i) X 



Donald Gerald McCausland, n K 4> 
James R. McConnell, B G II 
Earl Morgan, Jr., K 2 
Emil C. R.assman, III, ATA 
James B. Richardson, Jr., A T 
Robert Neavling Sweeney, K 2 
Cecil Wood Taylor, A T n 
Taylor S. Trueheart, 4> K i; 
Clifford Logan Walters, K A 
JoN.viHAN W. Warner, i; A E 




W'n i.iA.M Laurence Avers, 1 * V, 
Harry Keating Baucher, <^ K 1 
Robert McD. Bo.^twright, A T A 
Harrison Woods Burgess, II K .\ 
Gordon William Carlson, A t 
Horace Jackson Carv, III, A T s.' 



Sen- Men 

Charles Peale Didier, •!' A h 
Charles Thomas Garien, A X .- 
Walter Scon Gilmer, <I' V A 
Horace Rogers Higgins, K .\ 
Benjamin Evans Jasper, li h 11 
Charles A. Lemkuhl, Jr., i; X 



Robi.ri Price Miller, K i: 
Harrell Fenneli. Morris, .V T V. 
Joseph Allen Overton, Jr., * K ^I' 
Louis Aubrv Pridham, 2!; -\ E 
John Walter Stowers, * A e 
Raymond Bourcv Whitaker, 2 N 



WHITE 



FRIARS 



Honorary Society for Sof>hoiiior( s 



GrOVER Cl.EVELANn BALDWIN, Jr. . 

Leo Frederick Reinariz, Jr. 
Robert Edmund Lee 



Officers 



riary and Tr 



I'rrsLicnt 
idnit 



Grover C. Baldwin, Jr., <I> 1' ^ 
Robert Gaily Barr, Jr., A T V. 
Bayard S. Berghaus, A X A 
Robert James Blandinc, - X 
Augustus Lea Booth, U K A 
Reid Brodie, K a 
Donald John Godehn, i: \ 
Laurence Taylor Himes, <I' K ^I' 
Franklin Weller H^■NSON, A T A 



Old Men 

.■\ndrew D. jAMiESON, Jr., 1! O ri 

GjEorge W.^tson James, 3RI), A X A 

Homer Augustus Jones, Jr., <{• r A 

Robert Henry Keim, * 1" A 

CiEORGE Bigger Kerr, A T 

Lee Moumc.astle Kenna, i; X 

Joseph Tallaferro Lykes, Jr., '1> A e Alison C. Wysong, Jr., A t A 

George H. Melville, Jr., A T John Winn W.vtson, Jr., * K 1 

Thomas George Morris, :; A V. Homer Oerreli, Dickens, i: X 

Robert Campbell Peery, II K A 



James Hubert Price, Jr., <I' K 1' 
Leo Frederick Reinartz, A t A 
Francis Joseph Sucrue, * K ^l' 
Alfred Ronald Thompson, 11 K <!■ 
Kenneth B. Van de Water, Jr., II K <1> 
OHN Clark White, - X 




William G. Bap.rovvs, Jr., II K 
Lawrence Jewell Bradtori), - 
Robert Cavanna, <I> K M' 
John Winfield Devo, * r A 
Grady Henr\ Forg\, Jr., i: X 



Neiv Men 

Joseph Henri Grubbs, Jit., \ T '.I 
Walter Gregory Dohmk, 1' X 
John Stuart Hunt, <i> A h 
Frank Linton La Mottf, Jr., H O II 
William Townes Lea, K i; 



Hakim. I) Roland RtEi), Jr., K A 
Frederick Kennedy Rippetoe, A X A 
Raym;;nd .\. Searfoss, Jr., IT K * 
Richard B. Spindle, 3RD, A T A 



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ALPHA 



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1940 





Honorary J uurnalisin Fraternity 

FraTRES IX FaCL LTATE 
OiCAK WkihI'Iuuki) RiictL. CiiAKi.KS IIakoi,ii Lavck RiciiAKi) Powr.i.i, Carier 

Fratres in Uni\'ersitate 

llAMil.iUN' Hfriz Pn-sidnil 

Homer Derrki.l Dickkns I'ice-Pn-iidcnl 

Edward Giraru Rofk, Jr Trrtuiinr 

Ernest Woodward, II Scirelary 

]\Ie:mbers 

Ba\ARD SlLWESAM BeRGHAL'S AiAIN TllEODORE Fi.ElSIIMAN HarRvLlCIAN SmUH 

Algusius Lea Booth Gilbert CIardner Richard Edward Steele, III 

WiLiTAM Bll'hanan- Matthews Allen c;rieeiih Latham Leonidas Thicpen, Jr. 

Stephen Edward Campbell, Jr. \\'n.LL\M L. Heartwell, Ji;. Edward Harrison Trice, Jr. 

Homer Derrell Dickens Ross \'edder HERSE^ Kenneth B. Van de Water, Jr. 

Frederic Hreakspeare Fakhar Hamilton Hertz Ernest Woodward, II 

Edward Girard Roef, Jr. 



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5cj(<-J, /.■/( /o ngftr' Thalhimer, Ba,ten>tf.n, McCluie, Sugiue, Kenri.,, Faniiliolt, R.owa, Woodward. Sn^dc 



Officers 

Lee Mountcastle Kenka I'ns'ulinl 

Fran'Cis Joseph Sucrue I'iir-Pnsidinl 

Maitmew Thompson- McClure S,niiaiy 

Ai.i.en- Thomas Skvder . . . Exctulivr CoinmUUiman 



Members 
Faculty 



Frank Iounsus (.Jiij.iam 



Larkin- HuNni.i:-* Farinhoi.t 



Caly: 



Edward Emerson Brown Eiiitor Lee MouMCAsur, Kksna . . Ihtsincss Maiiayer 

EinviN Joseph Foi.tz . . Business Manayr /QjS-jo 



Ernest Woodward, II 



Riiuj I'uiii Phi 

Editor Maihiew Tikjmpson McCi.lke . Business Manayer 



Southern (Jallci/ian 

Francis Joseph Sucrue Editor Charles Goldsmith Tmaihimer . Business Manayer 

Fredrick Bartenstein, Jr. . Business Manager /ojS-jc) 



PUBLICATION BOARD 



1940 





THE CALYX 



EDITORIAL STAFF 

Edward Emerson Brown, Jr Editor-in-Chief 

Wii.i.iAM LiGHTFOOT Heartwell, Jr. . . . Managiny Editor 

James Roger McCokkell Managing Editor 

Michael Glover Watt University Editor 

Charles Greeke Carter, Jr Fraternity Editor 

Alvin' Theodore Fleishman Sports Editor 



N'lRCiL Adams 
William Armstrong 
George Barrows 
Calhol N Bond 
Ned Burks 
Ralph Cohn 



Editorial Asslstaxts 
Allen Dickson 
Fred Dvrer 
Joseph Ellis 
Herbert Friedman 
Franklin CSrlesser 
A. S. Johnson 
Ai.LiE Lane 



Stanley McCullough 
John Peebles 
Ralph Taggert 
Edward Trice 
Robert Tyson 
William Wilcox 



jndmg: Taggart, Adams Peeple: 
Sealed: McConncll. McMurran. 



HeaitwclL Burks 




THE CALYX 



BUSINESS STAFF 



Lee Mountcastle Kens' a 
Benton McMillik WAKEnti d 
George Richard Day . . . 
Francis Thornton Strang . 



Business Manai/i- 

.Issislaiil Business Manaije 

.-IssislanI Business Manai/r 

.Issislant Business Manaijt 



St.aff Associates 

William Bradford Dunson Benjamin Evans Jaspkr 

Walter Charles Aberg Edward Malcolm Korri 

Robert Wersei. Gordon Alford 

John Alden Embrv 




John Goode 
Douglas McCammish 
Allen Dickson 
John Campbell 
Thomas Dodd 
Stanley Goldstein 



Staff Members 
Curtis Wei.bourne Robert MacCachran 



William Harrei.son 
Fred Miller 
Phil Sellers 
Bates Bryan 
Robert Garges 
Jack McMillan 



Russell Neilson 
Benjamin Nichols 
Calvin East 
Paul Sanders 
Richard Norden 
E. C. Devane 



James Sutherland 
Robert Neai. 
Donald Crawford 
Lester Weller 
William Davidson 
Robert Lewis 



F,om Row: Day. Alford, Kenna, Wakefield, Strang. 

Second Row: Kory. Dunson. Wersei, Embry, Miller. 

Thud Row: Jasper, E. Parton. Nichols, Campbell, McCammish. 

Fourrh Row: McMillan. Sanders, Sellers. MacCachran. 

Fillh Row: Bryan. Welborne. 

S.xlh Row: GooJe. Neal. Lewis. Ncilson. Evans. 




1940 





WOODWARD 



Albert D. Darbv, Jr. 
William H. Davis 



RING-TUM PHI 



EDITORIAL STAFF 

Ernest Woodwaru, II Editor 

Frederic Breakspeare Farrar Manaijhuj Editor 

Robert Edward Steele, III Manaijinij Editor 

Laiham L. Thicpex, Jr Ni-nxs Editor 

William Buchanax Copy Editor 

Bavard S. Berchaus Sports Editor 

Editorial Associates 

Pete Spencer Barrow, Jr. Wheatley Marshall Johnson 

Robert Fisburne Campbell, Jr. Harold Rochelle Levy 
Edward Cai.ohill Burks Richard Paul Southworth 

Walter Gregory Downie Richard Thomas Wright 

Raymond Bourcy Whitaker 



Sports Staff 
Joseph Franklin Ellis, Jr. 
Burr Edwards Giffen, Jr. 



William J. Noonan, Jr. 
Louis W. Shroyer, III 



Frank R. Bell, Jr. 
Walter R. Browder 
Richard James Houska 



Reporters 
Alexander M. Maish 
Hudson C. Millar, Jr. 
Barton W. Morris, Jr. 



Thomas Ramsay Taylor 
Patrick Carroll Warfield 
Edwin A. Zelnicker, Jr. 



Front. Se^ileJ: Woodward, Ed:lor 
Second Row: Thigpen, Farrar. Steele. Fleishman. Berghaus 
; MarshalL Burks, Levy, CampheU. Downie, Wright, Noonan, Browder 
v: Bell, Pecples, Bond, Ellis, Davis, Taylor, McGehee. Houska. Zelnickei 




RING-TUM PHI 

BUSINESS STAFF 

M. Thompson' McCi.vre Business Manaijer 

A. Douglas Jamiesox -Idvcrtisiny Consuttani 

Marion Tillman Simon . . . P . . AJi-ertisiiiff Manager 

Homer Augustus Jones, Jr Advertising Manager 

EcMONT Horn , , . A dverlising Manager 

Merideth Price Wiswei.i., Jr hivcrtising Manag.r 

Robert Loring Wilson . . . Assistant Advertising Manager 

John Hunt Peacock. IssistanI Advertising Manager 

Oscar Carroll Dunn . . . Assistant Advertising Manager 

William Oscar Shropshire Circulation Manager 

Russell Glen Browning Circulation Manager 

Herbert Morrison Weed Subscription Manager 

Jack Barrie Bookkeeper 




Bud Robe 
Ernie Smith 
George Eshelman 



Staff Assistants 

Grey Flowers 
Hill Maury 

Chuck Sardeson 
Joe Lee 



Neai. Myers 
Bill Beven 
Jimmy La Plante 



From Row: Peacock, Shropshire, Weed. Simon. McClurc, Jones. Wilson. Ba 
Z'.ut Ruv: Maury, Smith, LaPlante, Adams. Thompson. Robb. Eshchr 




1940 





SOUTHERN 

COLLEGIAN 



EDITORIAL STAFF 

Francis Joseph Sucrue Editor 

Louis Ci.aide Schui.tz Munat/ini/ Editor 

Frei) David Shei.i.aearger In Editor 

Ruber] Akihur Fuller Plioloi/rapliy Editor 



William Buchanan" 



EniTORiAL Board 
Richard Woriiiingion Smith 



Latham Leonidas Thigpen, Jr. 



Edward Cai.ohii.l Burks 
ILaroli) Rochelle Lew 



Editorial Associates 
Charlton Thomas Fuller 



Richard Thomas Wright 
Patrick Carroll Wareield 



First Row: Shellabarger. Sugrue. Schultz 
Second Row: Buchanan, Thigpen, Smith 
T/iirJ Row: Burks, Levy. Fuller, Williams 




SOUTHERN 

COLLEGIAN 



BUSINESS STAFF 

Ch,aj{les Goldsmith Tiiai.himer .... liusimss Mnnai/n 
Hamilton Hertz .Idvcrtisiny Consultant 




THALHIMER 



Staff Members 

Charles Hickersok Chapman, Jr. Floyd Kiron Yeomans 
John Walton Weathers, Jr. George Bi.akelv Harrison 

Leon Worms, Jr. 



Phillip Keith Shute 
Carneai. Bernard Myers, Jr. 



F,unl Row: Harrison, Chapman. Thalhimer. Wealhei 




1940 




SOCIETAS PRAEMEDICA 



Honorary Pre-Medical Society 



Herberi p. Friedman, Jr. 
William V. Fittipoldi 



Officers 

Presidenl G. Watson James, III Secretary 

. . . J'ice-Presidenl Frank; S. Beazlie, Jr Treasurer 

Dr. Reid White, Jr Adiiisor 



Frank S. Beazlie, Jr. 
William V. Fittipoldi 
Herbert P. Friedman, Jr. 



Ch.arter Members 

G. Watson James, III 
William J. Loncan 
Joseph R. Mighell, Jr. 



Burrell L. Sh.aw 
Robert D. Sloan 
Louis M. Walker 



Robert H. Cofield 
Frederick A. Feddeman 



New J\Ien 
Melvin R. McCaskill 
John G. McCown 
Tom L. Martin 



Walter J. Wilkins, Jr. 
Guv C. Oswalt 



Societas Praemedica was founded at Washing- 
ton and Lee University, Fehruaiy 15, 1939. 
The charter members of the societ\' aimed at 



furthering interest in medicine during the pre- 
medical academic years by keeping abreast of the 
more modern medical discoveries and application 
thereof. 



THE UNIVERSITY BAND 



John G. V'arner . 
Ai.vtn T. Fleishman 



Director E. W. Brockmas" Student Director 

. . . Student Manager E D. Wells, Jr Drum Major 

R. T. Vaughn Librarian 



Trumpets 

K. W. Blinn 
R. H. Bolvard 
W. J. Daniel 
W. B. Gunn 
J. T. Ramsey 
J. M. Shook 

W. C. SOULE 

N. C. Steenland 
Clarinets 

G. M. Ash 
J. L. Benson 



S. E. Campbell 

J. B. MacBride 

C. E. Smith, Jr. 

R. H. Stewart 

A. D. TuLL 
Piccolo 

E. W. Brockman 
Baritone 

R. G. Baker 
Trombones 

C. B. Curtis, Jr. 

R. F. MacCachran 



D. W. McCammish 
H. N. McClure 
W. C. McLaren 
G. V. S. Nicholas 
R. H. Neilson, Jr. 
Basses 



Saxophones 

A. T. Fleishman 
G. B. Harrison 
W. H. Jasper 
R. M. Radcliffe 
P. L. Small, Jr. 



Alexander Bratenahl Drums 



D. S. Carnahan, Jr. 
O. C. Dunn 



Altos 



B. E. Jasper 
R. A. Fuller 



N. C. Gilbert 
W. A. HoRTON, Jr. 
W. B. McBrvde 
A. G. Rhea, III 
R. H. Smallf.v 



A<i M (U LT U H 



Agriculture in the South has for decades meant cotton and tobacco. But farm leaders of the 
New South, trained to new ideas and possessing new vision, are making important progress in 
the diversification of crops and the development of animal husbandry. While the price of 
cotton and tobacco still determines success or failure for most Southern farmers, the section 
is producing for itself and the national market more and more vegetables, fruit, poultry, dairy 
products, beef and pork. Much needs to be done. Baffling problems defy solution. But the 
South is making the realistic self-examination and is laying the foundation for its declaration of 
independence from the one-crop system. It now knows that better farming and better busi- 
ness lead to better living. 



ILLUSTRATIONS: (I) Cotton, a far-Southern and Texas product. (2) Turpentine and rosin are taken from Mis- 
sissippi pine trees before they are cut down. (3) Beef cattle grazing on a Virginia farm. Large picture — A 
Southeastern Virginia tobacco farm. 



ATH LETKS 



MONOGRAM CLUB 

OFFICERS 

Taylor Simmons Truehkart Pres'nicut 

Robert Henry Keim J'icc-Presidcnt 

Robert Martin Gregerson Siiritiiry-Triasui;r 



R. W. Boisseau 

F. J. SUGRUE 
K. LiTTERAL A 

C. Y. WAn^pTON 
H. \Y. DiiaBiNS 

T. S. iRUEHEAKI 



L. F. Rkinartz 

R. C. liOBSON 



FOOTBALL 

J. E. Lindsay 
S. E. Hanasik 
J.^L Maxgan 
Q^^^Brown 
R. W.X;AR^ 
R. J. Bi \ suing 
Kiiii Brodie, Maniiijir 
\Mi^ Price, Jk., Manatji 

BASKETBALL 



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H. Chapman, Ma 



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A. T. Bishop 

R. L. PiNCK 

R. Justice 
R. Thompson' 
K. Baugher 

H. PlNXK 



R. JL Pl-NCK 

H. W. Dobbins 




TAYLOR SIMMONS TRUEHEART 



WRESTLING 

J. \V. Hammett (,. C. Farrier 

G. F. McInerney IIinkv Braun, Jr. 

J. A. C\ KUN, Maiuunr 

C. DL^A" alters, Man, It/, r 



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G. M. Murray C. C. Curl, Jr. 

W. A. Murray \V. E. Whaley 

C. H. MuLLER J, R. McCONNELL 

M. P. Crocker 
W. R. Guthrie, Manager 



H. R. Thompson 
R. W. Gary 
R. H. Keim 



T. J. Dangler 
R. M. Gregerson 
H. K. Baugher 



P. R. Brown 

SWIMMING 
B. H. Farber H. p. Friedman 

J. \V. Warner R. S. Boyce 

G. M. Foote, Manager 



W. C. Washburn 



R. L. Robertson 



GOLF 
Earl Morgan, TR- 



CREW 
Henry Braun, Jr. 



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Third Row; Reinartj, Gary, Boyce, Carlson, Lanier, Blanding, Schellenberg. 




ATHLETIC COUNCIL 



THOMPSON 

OFFICERS 

Ronald Alfred Thompsox President 

William Eldred Whaley, Jr I'icc-Presidcnt 

Robert William Gary, Jr Secretary-Treasurer 



MEMBERS-AT-LARGE 

Sydney Lewis Howard Wesley Dobbins 

ALUMNI MEMBERS 
L. J. Boxley • J. K. Thomas 

C. S. Glasgow R. S. Hltchesox 

FACULTY MEMBERS 
F. E. Fletcher F. J. Gilliam 

FACULTY COMMITTEE ON ATHLETICS 

V. E. Fletcher, (Chairman 
L. J. Desha R. T. Johnson 

L. W. Smith C. E. Williams 

G. D. Hancock 




Top Row: Whaley, Gary 
Bottom Row: Dobbins, Lewis 




FOOTBALL 



DICK BOISSEAU 

Football Captain 



A high school prodigy, Dick has lived up to early promises in 
every way. A standout performer on a team that only broke even 
on its schedule, he was awarded a tackle post on the Associated 
Press All-American at the end of the season. He was impreg- 
nable on the offensive and covered half the line on defense. 
Dick comes from Petersburg, \'irginia, where he was chosen as 
the best high school player in the state. He has been a member 
of the athletic coimcil. 



MONOGRAM MEN 



Richard Winfiei.d Boisse.^u 

C.ipM/n 

Frakcis Joseph Sucrue 
Kellev Litteral 
Thomas Bert Nelson' 
Courtney Y. Wadlikgtox 
Howard Wesley Dobbin's 
Taylor Simmons Trueheart 
Henry Parr ISaker 
James Edward Lindsey 
Stephen" Edward Hanasik 
Fran'cis Carroll Bryan 
John B. Gillespie, HI 
John Joseph Mangan 



Joseph Robins Littlepage 
Preston Rice Brown 
Bertrand Price Kadis 
Robert Wili.ia.m Gary, Jr. 
Charles Peale Didier 
Robert James Blandinc 
Alfred Thomas Bishop, Jr. 
Robert Lloyd Pinck 
Dan Ray Justice 
Alfred Ronald Thompson 
Harry Keating Baugher 
Richard Harold Pinck 
Reid Brodie, Jr. 



COACHING STAFF 

W. E. (Tex) Tilsox J/ttu/ Football Coach 

RiLEV S.MITH Backfiild Coach 

J.ACK Hexxemier Line Coach 

W. D. Ellis F^ntl Coach 

R. L. Bo'iD Trainer 

R. A. Smith ithhtic Director 



SEASON'S RESULTS 

Sept. 30 — "\V.5:L. . . 9; Sewaiiee . . o (Here) 

Oct. 7 — \V.c*v:L. . . o; Richmond . . 7 (Here) 

Oct. 14 — \V.,S;L. . . 7; Snuthwestern . 7 ( There ) 

C\-t. 21 — W.c^-L. . . <); \Vest Virginia (i (There) 

Oct. 28— \V.c<^L. . . 6; V. P. I. . . . (.(Lynchburg) 

Nov. 4— \V.c^-L. . . 6; \V'ash. Univ. . 12 (Here) 

Nov. li> — \V.^[>. . . 11; \'iri:iiiia . . 7 (Here) 

Xov. 18— \V..^-L. . . 14; W. and M. . 18 (There) 

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RESUME OF SEASON 

The 1939 edition of Washington and Lee football teams 
ran through an eight-game schedule with three wins, four 
defeats, and a tie. Yet, while it was statistically inferior, 
the Big Blue eleven was considered a vast improvement 
over last year's outfit. Tex Tilson's new regime may be 
classed as a success. Lack of reserve material and getting 
the bad breaks at crucial moments were the detriments. 
Next year should see the team realize the potential great- 



W. E. TILSON 

Washington and Lee since 
liead coach of football at 
1933 and his congenial 
"Tex" Tilson has been 
nature and friendly atti- 
tude has won for him a 
warm spot both in the 
hearts of his players and 
the students alike. Besides 
being a first rate teacher 
of the fundamentals of 
good football, "Tex" has 
inculcated a spirit of 
leadership, courage, and 
fairplay in all of his 
tea/ns that will long be 
remembered. 





PRICE 
or Manage 



BOOTH 
Publicity Director 



ness it has given evidence of in streaks this year: with 
only five lettermen gone, with a powerful freshman team 
coming up, and with Dick Pinck ready to have that great 
year he has delayed so long. 

W. & L., 9; Sewanee, 

The Generals started their season brilliantly by pushing 
Sewanee all over a muddy field to the tune of 9-0. A 
heavy rain failed to repress an enthusiastic crowd which 
were well rewarded when Bobby Pinck crossed the double 



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standing: Smith (Coach), Henne 



(Coach) Wadlington, Trueheart, Gillespie, Litteral, Littiepage, Dobbins, Sugruc, Baker, Roge 
Hanasick, Tilson (Head Coach). Ellis (Coach) 
Middle Row Brodie (Manager), B. Pinck, Baugher, Didier, Bishop, Justice, Boisseau (Captain), Kadis, Gary, Brown, Blanding, D. Pm, 

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Right end. Wadlington; right tackle, 
Sugrue; right guard, Lindsey; center, 
Mangan; left guard, Hanasik; left tackle, 
Boisseau (Captain); left end, Dobbins; 
right halfback, Brown; left halfback, B. 
Pinck; fullback. Bishop; quarterback. 
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lines for a touchdown and Courtney Wadling- 
ton tackled an enemy back behind his goal for a 
safety. Dick Pinck led in ground gaining. 

W. & L, 0; Richmond, 7 

Keenest disappointment of the season came 
the following Saturday when a fighting Blue 
team far outgained a highly-touted University 
of Richmond outfit, which was to go undefeated 
until the final game of the season, only to lose 
7-0. With Pres Brown sparking the attack, 
W. & L. pushed deep into scoring territory four 
times but couldn't make pay dirt. At one time 
the oval rested inside the ten-yard line. Then 
early in the third period a heretofore docile 
Spider outfit struck suddenly from midfield, 
and on two passes, Moore to Burge, the enemy 
had a touchdown. Dick Boisseau's great work 
in the line went to no avail as the General's 
failed to score in the remainder of the fray, 
and the game ended with Richmond up. 

W. & L., 7; Southwestern, 7 

Dan Justice was the triple-threat man of the 
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Generals to a 1-1 tie at Memphis after the latter had substantially outgained 
them. The home team scored first, but the Generals immediately retaliated 
with an 81 -yard touchdown drive starring Justice with Pres Brown going 
over for the marker. Joe Baugher kicked goal. Other scoring attempts of 
the visitors were foiled by intercepted passes. In the waning moments of 
play the Lynxes had the ball inside W. & L.'s five-yard line, due to another 
intercepted pass, and threatened to put the game on ice. However, the 
stalwart General line yielded only two yards in the four downs, and Justice 
kicked well out of danger. Mangan, Hanasik, and Boisseau starred in the 
line. 



W. & L, 9; West Virginia, 

Coach Tilson's proteges reached the highest point of their football year 
on the next week-end when they thoroughly stifled the West Virginia Moun- 
taineers, 9-0. The 24-year jinx, in which no W. & L. team had been able 
to subdue a Mountaineer eleven, was shattered in fine style. Pres Brown 
took a short pass from Justice in the third play of the game and galloped 
79 long yards to score. Howard Dobbins converted. To complete the 
scoring, Kelly Litteral tackled an enemy back in the end zone for a safety. 
Bobby Pinck's line-bucking and Ronnie Thompson's coffin-corner booting 
were outstanding factors as were Boisseau's and Trueheart's work in the 
line. Bert Nelson did some fine utility work at tackle. 



W. & L, 7; V. P. I., 

Playing a purely defensive ball game after their score in the first period, 
the Generals earned their third victory against V. P. I. at Lynchburg. 
Once again Dan Justice was the bright and shining offensive star, figuring 
in every play of the touchdown drive and holding the Gobblers at bay for 
the remainder of the game with his long-range booting. Junie Bishop 



proved a spark-plug in this his first game of the season, and Mangan, 
Sugrue, WadHngton, Boisseau, and Lindsey starred on defense. The Gen- 
erals were outgained 14 first downs to five, but most of the Gobblers' suc- 
cess was done in midfield. 



W. & L, 6; Washington U., 12 

In the only intersectional tilt of the season the Generals showed up badly 
and succumbed 12-6 to a fighting Washington U. team in the waning 
moments of play. Joe Baugher, back in shape after an injury, led the way 
and culminated a 56-yard drive in the second period with a pass to Howard 
Dobbms m the end zone. Again the Blue outgained their opponents, but 
the lack of capable reserves coupled with the long ride to St. Louis proved 
too great an obstacle. Again Boisseau, Mangan and Hanasik sparked the 
line play. 

W. & L., 0; Virginia, 7 

Next came the Homecoming classic against the University of Virginia, 
and for two periods the Tilson men camped in enemy territory, ran up nine 
first downs to none, and rarely gave the latter a chance to run the ball. Joe 
Baugher and Junie Bishop pounded the line for substantial gains and con- 
tinually threatened the Virginia goal, but the pressure punch just wasn't 
there. But once again the absence of enough good substitutes made a sorry 
tale for the Blue, and Virginia was finally able to send Gillette over from 
the 1-yard line. Bad passing and receiving ruined several possible touch- 
downs for the far more aggressive Generals. Baugher, Bishop, Trueheart, 
and Boisseau stood out. 



W. &L., 14; V/. &M., 18 

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by 18-14 in the last game of the season. The 
winners' passing attack was too pwtent, and 
Waldo Mathews, brilliant back, accounted for 
all the points. With W. & L. leading 14-12 
and less than two minutes to play remaining, 
this sophomore turned defeat into victory by 
scoring from his own twenty on a pass play. 
A Baugher-to-Brown pass and a blocked kick 
recovered by Dobbins accounted for the Gen- 
erals' touchdowns. Dobbins also converted 
twice. Dick Pinck also showed up well. Dick 
Boisseau, Francis Sugrue, Kelly Litteral, Jim 
Lindsey, and Ronnie Thompson closed their 
football careers. 

The Frosh 

The Brigadiers, with four wins to one loss, 



tied for the state championship. This club 
showed up well and will provide plenty of able 
material for next year's varsity. Especially in 
the line, with Ailor and Rulevich ready to step 
into tackle positions and Bill Gray well groomed 
for Lindsey's old post, does talent abound. 
Bob York and Gal East will also give the ends 
plenty of competition. In the backfield Frank 
Socha, Bud Drake, and Lugger Ligon stood 
out. 

After the season Captain Dick Boisseau and 
Jim Lindsey were awarded tackle berths on the 
Associated Press All-State eleven and Boisseau 
made their All-Southern selection. Jack Man- 
gan was elected to captain the 1940 Washington 
and Lee eleven. 

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SMITH HENNEMIER ELLIS 

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Front Row Beven, belier, Siely, Fitzpofrick, Osward. Johnson, Mollett, Russell, Ditto, Gruesser 
Middle Row: Wagner, Socha, Ciesla. Perrapafo. Drake, Wheater, McKenna. Gary, Tyson, Mayo. Moncrieff, Ligon, Mattox 
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LlI.LARn M. AlLOR 

William F. Bevev 
Theodore R. Ciesla 
James H. Daves, Jr. 
Gene F. Drake 
Calvin H. East 
Rov E. Fabian, Jr. 
B. Thom.« Fitzpatrick 
Franklin Gruesser 
Joseph \V. Hubbard 



NUMERALS AWARDED 

John W. Johnson 
John Rilev Ligon 
Flovd K. McKenna 
W. Kenneth Molleit 

TllO.MAS H. MONCRIEF 

William H. Osward, Jr. 
Theodore Pearson 
C. John Perrapato 
George O. Phillips 
Bernard J. Pirog 
John B. Raeen, Jr. 



John D. Rulevich 
S. Perrv Simmons, III 
Paul R. Skillman 
Frank F. Socha 
Charles A. Szley, Jr. 
Robert P. Tyson 
Richard C. Wagner 
James W. ^^'HEATER 
Robert L. York 
Cameron Dean, Manager 



SCHEDULE 

Sept. 29— S. M. A (Here) o; W. & L 12 

Oct. 6— Virginia (Here) 12: W. & I o 

Oct. 21— Maryland (There) 6 ; W. & L 33 

Nov. 3— V. P. I (Here) 6 ; W. & 1 7 

Oct. 27— Richmond (Here) o; W. & L 7 

Won, 4 ; Lost, i 



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BASKETBALL 



LEO REINARTZ 

Basketball Captain 

\'aluable athlete and general campus leader, Leo provided the stabilizing influence this 
year so necessary to a winning five. A native of Middletown, Ohio, he is also vice- 
president of the student body and has been an officer on the athletic council. 



STAFF 

H.AROLD B. Cunningham Coach 

Robert S. Hutcheson, Jr Senior Manager 

Jean Friedberg Junior Manager 

Leo F. Reinartz Captain 



Danville All-Stars . . 
Alfred Holbrook . . 
George Washington . 
Morris Harvey . . . 
AVestern State Teachers 

Wake Forest 38 

V. P. I 

Randolph-IVIacon 

Maryland 25 

Won, 13 



RESULTS 






31 W.&L. . . 


27 W.&L. 






44 ^v. & L. 






40 W. & L. 






34 W. & L. 






38 W. & L. 






2S W.&L. 






25 W. & L. 







42; V. P. 1 22 

39; Maryland 19 

3i ; Virginia 30 

37 ; Richmond 23 

49; William and Mary . . 38 

27 ; Duke 28 

36; William and Mary . . 32 
26; Richmond 32 



Lost, 4 



W. & L. 



SOUTHERN CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT 

30; Maryland 43 



MONOGRAM MEN 



S. L. Carlsson 
Howard W. Dobbins 
Robert W. Gary 
George Gassman 



Robert C. Hobson 
Sydney Lewis 
Richard H. Pinck. 
Leo F. Reinartz 



A. R. Thompson 
Robert S. Hltcheson, Manager 





THE TALE OF THE BLUE COMETS 

Handicapped by the loss of three top-flight court- 
men when Nelly Parks, Ed Cuttino, and Bobby Stein 
failed to return to school, W. & L.'s Blue Comet 
basketball team, under the eagle eye of new coach 
Harold B. "Cookie" Cunningham, turned up the silver 
lining on the dark horizon by moving out from behind 
the eight-ball to cop the Virginia State Title and the 
third spot in the Southern Conference standings in its 
'939-40 campaign. 

Prospects for nothing better than a mediocre season 
were in the offing for the Blue Cagers when Cimning- 
ham turned up on the campus. Stepping ably into the 
shoes vacated by the great Cy Young, who gave up 
coaching to act as full-time Alumni Secretary, "Cookie" 
changed the Washington and Lee brand of basketball 
from the old fast-break to a methodical, slow game, 
with emphasis on passing and steady floor work. The 
new game paid dividends in the form of 13 wins and 
4 losses as a season's record. 

A small squad, hindered by a noticeable lack of re- 
serves and height, greeted the new mentor on his first 
day in his coaching capacity. From the 1938-39 team 
remained forward Dick Pinck, outstanding scorer ; cen- 
ter Howard Dobbins, known for his versatility and 
pass work; forward Bobby Gary, little man about the 
court, noted for his one-hand shots; Captain Leo 
Reinartz, scrappy guard and leader of the defense; 
Ronnie Thompson, a dead-eye on a set shot ; rcser\es 



S\d Lewis, Bobby Hobson, and George Gass- 
man ; and rising sophomores from last year's 
freshman aggregation in the persons of Stan 
Carlsson, Jack ]\Lillory, and Bob Pinck (brother 
of Dick). These squadmen turned from the 
"Five Little Boys in Blue" into the State's out- 
standing basketball team. The W. & L. five 
had the state crown tucked away a week before 
the season ended, thereby destroying all the work 
of early season dopesters who saw little chance 
that the Generals would break through for more 
than a so-so season. 

In state competition, Washington and Lee took 
Virginia Tech twice, Richmond once, William 
and Mary twice, Virginia once, and Randolph- 
Macon once to amass a total of seven victories hi 
a single defeat by Richmond. Runner-up in the 
Virginia title chase was the University of Vir- 
ginia, whose team fell before a close-guarding 
Blue team by a score of 33-30. 

Pessimistic statements issued from Doremus 
gymnasium for days before the opening clash of 
the season took place on December i l. An inde- 
pendent team from Danville, the Red Rockets, 
had the privilege of being the first club to fall 
before the deliberate play of the Blue Comets. 
The new slow break was unveiled, and the 
Comets walked off the court victorious by a 



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39 to 30 count. Their pla\ 
was disappointing and 
seemed doomed to live up to 
pre-season prognostications. 

W. & L. capitalized on its 
second home game and de- 
feated a small Alfred Hol- 
brook College five in Lexing- 
ton by a close 31-27 margin. 
The Dairymen refused to be 
downed until Bob Gary put 
the game on ice with a snow- 
bird late in the final period. 

Perched ne.xt on the sched- 
ule was the George ^Vash- 
ington L'ni\ersity team. Th',- 
Colonials played host to 
Washington and Lee in 
Washington on Saturda\, 
December 16, long enough to 
hand W. & L. a crushing de- 
feat after a disappointing 
showing by the Generals. 




A W.-L. tally against V. P. I. . . . 
Action In Randolph-Macon game. 
. . . Pinck loose In Maryland tilt. 
. . . Dobber making things tough 
for Randolph-Macon. 

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The obvious lack of height 
began to tell, and the Comets 
fizzled before their oppon- 
ents' attack. 

With the coming of the 
Christmas holidays, the cag- 
ers embarked for points west, 
stopping off in Charleston, 
\\^est Virginia, to administer 
a 52-411 defeat to Morris 
Harvey. The Blue men 
moved on to Louisville, Ken- 
tucky, where they took the 
Western State Teachers' 
team into camp by a 44-34 
score. Western State has 
long been known as one of 
the top clubs in the Southern 
Intercollegiate Association 
but tumbled before the at- 
tack led b}' Pinck and Dob- 
bins, who garnered 14 and 
1 3 points, respectively. 

After vacation, the Comets 
moved down to Danville for 
their first Southern Confer- 
ence tilt with the touted 
Wake Forest Demon Dea- 
cons. The Deacons proved 
too hot for the Cjenerals and 
rolled up 38 points to the 
Blue's 29. 



Then the niethoch'cal |ihiy began to pay off for 
the Comets, and the nets twanged as the bo.\s 
began to hit the basket, running up successive 
victories over Virginia Tech, Randolph-Macon, 
and Maryland. The Maryland Terps were lead- 
ing the Conference at the time, but the Generals 
weren't to be denied and throttled them by a 
44-25 score in College Park, Maryland. 

On January 27, in the midst of examinations, 
W. & L. smashed Tech by 42-22 ; then, bound- 
ing back into action after exams, the Comets 
crushed Maryland for the second time, 39-19. 
Played on the Doremus gym court, the game 
went 13 minutes before the Old Liners scored a 
field goal, the Blue leading by a 29-5 count at 
half-time. 

Virginia's mighty state leaders bucked up 
against the Comets in Lynchburg on the night 
of February 10 and fell back after a 33-30 de- 
feat. Playing like champions, the Blue passed 
like automatons and froze the ball during the 
final three minutes of play to put the game on ice. 

The Generals made it eight straight wins with 
triumphs over Richmond's Spiders and William 
and Mary's Indians on the Lexington court. 
Then Duke fought off a stubborn Comet chal- 
lenge to scratch out a 28-27 victory in Durham 
and maintain their Conference lead, while the 
services of Bob Gary were lost to the Blue due 
to an ankle injury. 

The Virginia State title was cinched when the 
Comets caught William and Mary in a thrilling 
overtime game and eked out a 36-31 win. Rich- 
mond spoiled the Generals' clean state record the 




HUTCHESON 

next night when they took advantage of the loss 
of Gary and rang up 32 counters to ^V. & L.'s 
26 to end the scheduled season. 

A bid to the Southern Conference tournament 
in Raleigh on February 28, 29, and ]\Lirch 1 
was issued to the Comets, .seeding them the third 
position. Meeting again with Maryland and 
hampered by Gary's injury, which slowed up the 
team's playing, the Comets were retired in the 
first round by a 43-30 score. The tournament 
ended active play for 1940 and the careers of four 
seniors, Captain Rcinartz, Thoni]ison, Lewis, and 
Hobson. 




Hutcheson (Ma 
Gary, Thomps 



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rtz (Captain), D. Pii 



:k, Mallory, B. Pinck 



Cunningham (Coach) 



FRESHMAN BASKETBALL 




standing: B. Ellis (Coach), Fahon, E. Drake. Golds* 
Seated: Myers, Ligon, Signaigo, D. 



Kopald, Eshelman, Nelson, Chapman (Manager) 
, Hudson, Kirkpatrick, Gary 



William D. Ellis Coach 

Charles H. Chapman Manager 



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RESULTS 

. 29 ; Roanoke College 28 

. 36: V. P. I. 49 

. 53 ; Greenbrier 44 

. 70; Shenandoah 56 

. 59 ; Massanutten 42 

51; V. P. 1 41 



L 48; Jefferson High (Roanoke) .... 24 

L b2 ; Shenandoah 40 

L 58; Virginia 46 

L 74; Massanutten 75 

L 50; William and Mary 45 

L 36; Greenbrier 52 

L 45; Fork Union 27 

Won, 10; Lost, 3 









NUMERAL MEN 




E. 


T. Drake 




S. R. Goldstein 


]. R. LiGox 


R. 


S. Ellis 




I. W. Hunsox 


R. R. Myers 


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J. T. Kirkpatrick 


M. R. Xelsox 


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HARLES H. Chap.m.xx, Manager 


AI. X. "V'OUNG 



WRESTLING 



Since he first came to Washington and Lee as head \vrestling coach in 
1929, Archie Mathis has compiled a record on the mat that is nothing 
short of miraculous. During the 12-year span, his varsity grapplers have 
lost only 3 meets and have claimed eleven state and ten conference titles. 



VARSITY WRESTLING 

A. E. Mathis Coach 

Henry Br.auv, Jr Captain 

John a. Gurkin, Jr Senior Managi-r 

HoR.-kCE F. SUTHERL.WD Junior Manayir 




RESULTS 

VV. & L 33; Richmond Y. M. C. A. . . 3 

W. & L 28 ; West Virginia 8 

W. S: L 25; North Carolina State - . 5 

W. & L 24; Apprentice 10 

W. & 1 18; North Carolina 12 

W. & L 29; V. P. 1 5 

Won, 6 ; Lost, o 



MONOGRAM MEN 



Hen'Rv Br.^ux, Jr. 
g. c. f.4rrier 
C. T. Fuller 

J. W. H.A.VIMEIT 



C. H. L.ANIER 
J. H. MORG.AN 

c;. F. McIn'er.vev 
H. R. Reed 



R. P. Schei.i.enberc 
John A. Gurkin, Jr., Manager 




Seated: Morgan, Hammelt, Mclnerney, Fuller, Lanier, Farrier, Braun, Litteral 
Standing: Gurkin (Manager), Sutherland (Manager), Schelienberg, Davidson, Mathis (Coach) 




BRAUN, Captain 



HENRY BRAUN 

Wrestling Captain 
The Mexican adonis has been a consistent winner for Coach Archie 
Mathis' wrestlers during three of their best seasons. Though usually 
groomed for the 175-lb, weight, Henry has also performed in other 
divisions when it has been necessary. He has also been an athletic 
councilman. 



first-year varsity records. Eddie Wagg and Charlie Bowles, 
both standouts as grapplers, were lost to the squad early 
in the season due to injuries. 

The string of victories began on January 6 when a touted 
Richmond Y. M. C. A. team came storming into Lexing- 
ton, only to go down before the superior skill and better- 
coached Blue wrestlers, 33 to 3. The Y. M. C. A.'s only 
markers came from a decision in the 118-pound class. 

A week later, on January 13, the grapplers traveled across 
the hills to Morgantown, West Virginia, where the Uni- 
versity of West Virginia promised a standout team that 
would menace the Generals' long-standing record. Three 
thousand people turned out in Morgantown and went away 
disappointed, for the mighty Blue methodically crushed 
the Mountaineers by a 28 to 8 score, losing only in the 
1 18-pound and heavyweight divisions. 



Under the remarkable tutelage of Coach Archie 
Mathis, Washington and Lee's blue-clad wrestlers 
ended their eleventh straight undefeated year in 
Southern Conference circles with a smashing 29 to 5 
triumph over the Virginia Tech matmen writing finis 
to an unmarred season and giving W. & L. a tie 
with V. M. L for the Conference crown. 

The Generals glided through six matches without 
a single blemish on a record scratched by only three 
defeats in eleven years. W. & L. has met 67 oppo- 
nents since Coach Mathis took over in 1929, drop- 
ping only three matches and tying one other, while 
63 wins have been chalked up, 53 of them in Confer- 
ence matches. 

Captain Henry Braun, George Mclnerney, Barney 
Farrier, Jimmy Hammett, and Kelly Litteral, all sen- 
iors, hung up their mat togs for the last time after 
service in the V. P. L meet. Farrier has been unde- 
feated during three years of mat work, while Mclner- 
ney and Braun made 1939-40 their standout years, 
both going through six meets without a loss. Tom 
Fuller, in his first year of varsity wrestling, walked 
off the mat a winner in every meet, while Harold 
Reed, Bob Schellenberg, Charhe Lanier, and Johnny 
Morgan, all sophomores, handed over commendable 



To the Right: Captain Braun winning against his 

V. P. I. opponent. . . . Mclnerney pins a Gobbler. 

. . . Morgan on top In the featherweight class. 

Ready to yell "uncle." 




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The third straight win came when the North Carohna 
State Wolfpack invaded Doremus gymnasium long enough 
to be bumped by the Boys in Blue, going back to Raleigh 
on the short end of a 25 to 5 count. State's only counters 
came in the 118-pound class, while the meet was high- 
lighted by the appearance of football captain Dick Bois- 
seau in his first and only performance as a varsity wrestler. 
Boisseau roughed and tumbled his man through the nine 
minutes to gain a decision. 

The high-flying Generals were on their way to an unde- 
feated year and took the Apprentice School of Norfolk, 
Virginia, on the night of February 9 without any difficulty, 
24 to 10. The Shipbuilders picked up hard-earned points 
in the 155-pound and heavyweight divisions. 

The strong University of North Carolina mat artists 
played hosts to the Generals on February 17 but found 
their guests more than they had bargained for. The 
Tarheels bowed out of the picture when the Generals gar- 
nered 18 points to the Carolinians' 12. This was the tough- 
est bout the W. & L. squad had all year. 

The curtain-lowerer on the 1940 slate was the Gobbler 
wrestling team from over Blacksburg way. They came to 
Lexington on February 24 to be disappointed when Wash- 
ington and Lee piled up 29 points to their meager 5. Litteral 
forfeited because of injury in the heavyweight class to give 
the Techmen their markers. 

Stars for the season were Tommy Fuller and Barney 
Farrier, who each amassed a total of 28 points to tie for 
the individual point trophy awarded each year. 

Washington and Lee's neighbors in Lexington, Virginia 
Military Institute, produced a fine wrestling team too, pro- 
viding the Generals' partners in ownership of the mythical 
Southern Conference wrestling title. 



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eURKIN, Manager 




FRESHMAN WRESTLING 

A. E. Mathis Conch 

CLrFFORD Walters Manager 

NUMERAL MEN 
D. H. Adams S. J. Graham Lawtox McCaxdless 

L. M. AiLOR R. S. Lambert H. C. Peeples 

R. H. BoLYARD W. K. Mollett E. F. Robb 

C. C. ScHOCK R. C. Wagg 

Clifford Walters, Manager 

RESULTS 

W. & L. II ; Woodherry Forest ... 19 

W. & 1 19; North Carolina 13 

W. & L 26; V. P. 1 8 

Won, 2 ; Lost, i 




Standing; Walters (Freshman Manager). Gurkm (Senior Manager), Bolyard, Schocli. Mollett, Mathis (Cnach) 
Seated: Graham, Lambert, Wagg, Robb, Peeples, McCandless, D. Adam, Ailor. 




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Doug Simpson hits the dirt ... A General scores 

standing up . . . Tech batsman . . . Go on home, 

Ronnie . . . General dugout . . . Strike 



BASEBALL 



COACHING STAFF 

R. A. S.VHTH Coach 

J. H. Dii.L Captain (jqsq) 

A. R. Thompson Captain {1940} 

Allen Snyder Manager 

J. G. Akin Junior Manager 



MONOGRAM MEN 



J. H. Dill (Capt.) 
C. R. Hart 
A. R. Tho.mpson' 
R. W. Garv 
J. C. Jones 
Douglas Simpson 
J. T Humphreys 
R. H. Keim 



A. E. Davis, Jr. 
J. J. Dangler 
K. T. Ford 
R. M. Gregerson 

F. B. O'CONNER 
H. M. SCHRIVER 

A. E. Basile 

A. T. Snyder (Mgr.) 



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Ohio State 

Lynchburg 

Randolph Macon . . 17 

William and Mary . 9 

Richmond . 

N. C. State 

Michigan . 

North Carolina 

William and Mary 

V. P. I 

\'irginia .... 

Richmond 

Roaiioke .... 



RONNIE THOMPSON 

Baseball Captain 

A native of Rockwell Center, Long Island, Ronnie has proved 
himself to be the most versatile athlete in school. He ha> 
sparked the nine for two years and is also a letterman in 
basketball and football. Last year Ronnie was honorary 
captain of the court squad, and is now president of the 
athletic council. 



May 5 W. and L. 

May 6 W. and L. 

May 10 W. and L. 

May 12 W. and L. 



4; V. P. L . . . 

2; Virginia . . . 

7; Randolph Macon 

5 ; Georgetown . 




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FORD, Catche 
DILL, Second Bi 



GREGERSON, Pitche 
JAMES, Pitcher 



JONES, Third Ba 
WILSON, Pitche 



SIMPSON. Left Field 
DANGLER. Catcher 



KEIM, Right Field SHI^IVER, Out Field 

HUMPHREY, Center Field HART, Second Base 



Washington and Lee's baseball team again failed to 
"bat .500" in the won and lost column, finishing the 
1939 season with a record of seven wins against eleven 
defeats. However, the Generals turned in some spirited 
performances and their record showed a marked im- 
provement over the 1938 season. 

The Blue nine, under the capable leadership of Cap- 
tain Johnny Dill, functioned smoothly at times as a 
unit, and boasted several individual stars. Frank 
O'Conner, a reserve pitcher in 1938, won all four of his 
starts, to lead the Southern Conference in this depart- 
ment. Bob Gregerson, sophomore hurler, was badly 
overworked, but raked in three victories and pitched out- 
standing ball in several close defeats. Bob Keim and 
Jimmy Humphreys paced the batters with averages of 
.345 and .339 respectively. 

W. & L. opened the season in impressive style by 
winning its first two games — downing Ohio State 8-6, 
and coming from behind to defeat Lynchburg 5-4 in the 
tenth inning on Kiah Ford's triple. The team then took 



its annual spring trip, losing to Randolph-Macon, Wil- 
liam and Mary, and Richmond, while salvaging the final 
game from N. C. State, with O'Conner and Gregerson 
scattering eight hits. The score was 5-3. 

The next game was with Michigan's wandering Wol- 
verines, who turned in an easy 9-4 victory. In the next 
affair with North Carolina, Bob Gregerson pitched one 
of his best games of the year, only to lose a close 2-1 
decision as an attempted squeeze play in the ninth 
failed. Gregerson's efforts were rewarded in the fol- 
lowing game, as he pitched the Blue to a close 4-3 vic- 
tory over William and Mary. 

Frank O'Conner scattered six V. P. L hits as the 
Gobblers invaded Lexington in a Southern Conference 
tilt and the Generals fattened their batting averages at 
the expense of four visiting hurlers to win 13-2. Keim 
and Humphreys paced the attack. 

The Generals continued their slugging the following 
Saturday at Charlottesville but played erratic defensive 
ball, and bowed to Virginia, 10-8. A long home run by 




BLANDFORD 

Manager 







to trounce the Blue 9-2 in a game at Lexington. Walter Smith 
held the Generals to six hits as the Cavaliers registered their 
second triumph of the year over Coach Smith's charges. 

In their final home game of the year, the Generals played in- 
spired ball against a heavily favored Randolph-Macon team, only 
to lose out in the ninth by an 8-7 score. The Generals' sent 
Henry Pedigo, Yellow Jacket hurler, to the showers in the 






i W 






BOOTH, Pitche 
DAVIS, First Bas 



O'CONNER, Pitche 
GARY, Third Base 



Doug Simpson with two on kept the Blue right in the 
game until the last. Richmond's state champions, having 
downed the Blue 21-0 in the first game in Richmond, 
found a much improved team in the second clash with 
the Generals, and were forced to the limit to eke out a 
3-1 win. Ned Butcher of the Spiders opposed Greger- 
son in a beautiful mound duel that saw Richmond bunch 
three of their five hits in the sixth to win. A long home 
run by Gregerson robbed Butcher of a shut out. 

Roanoke's surprising Maroons were next on the 
schedule and walked away with a 7-4 win as the Generals 
committed six errors and secured only one scratch hit. 
The Blue bounced back in their next encounter by win- 
ning their second game of the season from V. P. I., by a 
4-1 score. The game was played in Blacksburg and was 
Frank O'Conner's second win over the Gobblers. V. 
P. I. threatened in the ninth as O'Conner weakened, 
and after Smith, who replaced him walked in one run, 
Bob Gregerson came in to squelch the rally. 

Virginia hopped all over Gregerson in the next game 



Jack Jones connects . . . Close play 

at third ... The bleachers . . . Kiah 

Ford rounding third 




sixth with a three-run rally, but Hugh Stevens 
came in to hold W. SC L. in check the remainder 
of the contest. Gregerson was on the mound for 
the Generals. 

The Generals journeyed to Washington for 
their final game of the year and handed Joe 
Judge's Georgetown nine a close 5-4 defeat. 
Frank O'Conner hurled eight innings and re- 
ceived credit for the win before giving way to 
Gregerson in the ninth, who protected the slim 
lead. An engagement with Maryland at Col- 
lege Park the following day was rained out. 

While the 1939 record was far from impres- 
sive, the Generals continued to show a marked 
improvement over the past few years. After 
losing seventeen straight in 1937, their stock 
rose in 1938 as they won five of their twenty- 
two games. The past season's record of seven 
wins against ten defeats shows a continued, 
gradual climb. 

Prospects for the 1940 season are far from 
bright. Johnny Dill, Charlie Hart, and Jack 
Jones will be gone from the infield and Al 
Davis, Jim Humphreys, and Bud Schriver from 
the outfield. Captain Dick will also be con- 
fronted with the problem of finding a battery 
for this year's nine. Jack Dangler, who caught 
part of the games last year, will be back to 




"CAPTAIN DICK" SMITH 



handle the receiving duties, as will Bob Greger- 
son to handle the pitching chores. But reserve 
batterymen will be scarce as Kiah Ford, catcher, 
failed to return to school, and Frank O'Conner 
graduated. Doug Simpson, a hard-hitting out- 
fielder, also failed to return to school. Add to 
the loss of these key men the fact that the frosh 
team was the weakest in years, and it is possible 
to comprehend that the Generals will be woe- 
fully weak in 1940 unless some hidden talent 
develops. 




Seated: Humphreys, Keim, Thore 
Standing: Young, Basile, Bootti, 



Ford, Dill (Capta 
Smitti (Coacti), S 



ry, Dangler. Wilson. Gregerson. Hart 
. Smith, Jones, Blandford (Manager) 




CHARLIE CURL 

Track Co-Captain 
Charlie has been a heavy point-getter in the dashes 
during his sophomore and junior years, and should be 
headed for a big season in '40. Charlie also serves on 
the athletic council this year. He hails from Helena, 
Arkansas. 

MIKE CROCKER 

Track Co-Captain 

A Steady performer in both cross-country and track, 

Mike has been elected to the captaincy in each sport. 

A Phi Beta Kappa, he wiU leave behind him enviable 

records in both athletic and scholastic work. 



RESUME OF SEASON 

Purported to have been the finest assembly of 
thin-clads to wear the blue and white in ten years, 
the Big Blue track squad swept over all dual meet 
competition with one-sided scores until an upset 
late in the season by Maryland. 

Taking only a picked squad to the Southern 
Conference Indoor Meet at Chapel Hill, N. C, 
on February 25, Coach Fletcher's speedsters fin- 
ished fourth behind North Carolina, Maryland, 
and Duke. Whaley was the Generals' main 
claim to fame with a new record in the 70-yard 
high hurdles of :08.7. 

In the opener of the outdoor season on April 15, 
the Big Blue cindermen made an impressive debut 
by defeating William and Mary 78-48. The Gen- 
erals won seven of the eight track events, with 
George Murray, Jim McConnell, and Ross Hersey 
sweeping the mile; Harvey and Ragon taking the 
top two places in the quarter. Muller, Bill Mur- 
ray, and Flash Harvey swept the half-mile, while 
Bill Whaley won both high and low hurdles, 
Crocker took the two-mile, and Curl crossed first 
in the 220. 

Journeying to Richmond the following week-end, 
the Generals continued their steam roller tactics, 
by crushing the Spiders 80^2-45'/:. An ideal day 
for running saw Murray, McConnell, and Hersey 



TRACK 



STAFF 

Forest Fletcher Coac/i 

Harold Edward Harvev /p^p Co-Captain 

H. Heartsill Racon, Jr .... iq^q Co-Capiain 

Michael Pue Crocker ;^^o Co-Captain 

Charles Clyde Curl, Jr ,g^„ Co-Capiain 

Jock Sutherland . jg^^ Manager 

Walter Russell Guthrie ,g^o Manager 

Henry Lederer Roedicer, Jr. ...... . Junior Manager 

Kenneth B. Van de Water, Jr junior Manager 

MONOGRAM MEN 



George Hunt Collins 
Michael Pue Crocker 
Charles Clyde Curl, Jr. 
George Messenger Foote 
Herbert Pincus Friedman 
Newell Charlton Gilbert 
William Miller Gvvvn, Jr. 
Harold Edward Harvey 
John Richard Kately 
James Roger McConnell 

William Ei 



George Horner Melville, Jr. 
Clifford Hevvetson Muller, Jr. 
George MacGregor Murray, Jr. 
William Alfred Murray 
Robert Ai.brecht Nicholson 
Joseph Herman Ochsie, Jr. 
H. Heartsill Ragon, Jr. 
William Curtis Soule 
Jock Reule Sutherland 
Elton Herman Tiiuran 
DRED Whaley, Jr. 



SCHEDULE 



Feb. 35 
April ,5 
April 12 
April 27 
April 38 
May 6 
May 13 

May 20 



Southern Conference Meet ; 
W. and L. . . 
W. and L. . . 
W. and L. . . 



and I., fourth. 
William and Mary . 48 

Richmond 45/^ 

V. P. 1 44 

Penn Relays; Mile Relay Championship. 

W. and L. . . 48 ; Maryland 79 

State Meet ; W. and L. second. 

W. and L. . . 362-3; \'irginia .... 542-3 

Southern Conference Meet; W. and L. fourth. 




^-.- ' 



SUTHERLAND 
Manager 



o- ■■* 




again repeat a sweep in the mile, in 4.38. There- 
fore, Harvey, Muller and Bill Murray decided to 
follow suit which resulted with a sweep in the half- 
mile, and to keep the ball rollmg, Gilbert, Kately, 
and Foote followed suit in the pole vault. Not- 
withstanding Whaley's absence, Soule and Collins 
placed first and second in the high barriers, while 
George Melville, and Bill Gwyn finished in that 
order in the lows. Other outstanding per- 
formances were Bill Gwyn's 6 feet, % inch 
in the high jump; Ragon's 50.4 in the 440, and 
Curl's win of 22.2 in the 220. 

On April 27, the Generals invaded the V. 
P. I. Gobblers' lair to extend their winning 
streak one more by trampling them, 82-44. The 
Blue thin-clads won all but three events, the 
discus, the two-mile, and the javelin. Easily 
the outstanding performance of the meet was 
the setting of a new track record in the half- 
mile by Flash Harvey in the time of 1:56.5. 
Ragon also turned in a very nice win in the 
quarter in :49.8. Harvey, Muller and Murray's 
sweep of the half-mile was the third consecu- 
tive time that they had shut out their compe- 
tition. Nicholson, Soule, and Adams cap- 
tured all places in the broad jump, while 



Whaley won the high and low hurdles, George 
Murray the mile, and Gwyn the high jump. 
Charlie Curl, a dependable point-getter, raced 
first to the tape in the 100-yard dash in 9.9 sec- 
onds. He also romped in ahead in the 220 
with a time of :21.8. This meet, as has be- 
come tradition, was a birthday present to Coach 
Forest Fletcher. 

Washington and Lee's mile relay team, com- 
posed of Charlie Curl, "Butch" Thuran, Flash 
Harvey, and Heartsill Ragon went to Philadel- 
phia the next day and won first place in the 
Class B mile relay championship for the sec- 
ond consecutive year. 

Although two of the Blue's thin-clads estab- 
lished new school marks, a strong Maryland 
squad outclassed them at College Park, 79-48. 
Charlie Gilbert set a new vault record of 12 
feet, 2 inches to break the old mark set in 
1929 of 12 feet. Bob Nicholson set a new rec- 
ord in the broad jump by leaping 22 feet, 8'/2 
inches, but lost by a referee's decision by a 
quarter of an inch. Harold "Flash" Harvey 
lost a heartbreaker in the last fifty yards when 
Jim Kehoe, ace distance man of the Terrapins, 



Curl takes close second fo Maryland . . . G. Murray leads clean sweep In Richmond mile . . 
Gilbert vaulting . . . Soule winning at Richmond . . . Collins and Whaley at Maryland . . . Rago 

breejes the 440 






E. MURRAY 



outsprinted him to set a new track record of 
1:54.3. Gilbert, Kately and Foote swept the 
pole vault, and Bill Whaley won the high hur- 
dles. Big Joe Ochsie took first in the shot-put 
while George Murray and McConnell were 
forced to bow to Chronister. 

On the 13th of May, in a cold drizzle at 
Richmond, the Generals were forced to lay 
aside their high aspirations of a state crown 
and give way to a strong University of Vir- 
ginia team. Although Bob Nicholson did 
take first in the broad jump, and Harvey up- 
set Goodall, Virginia ace, the men who were 
counted upon by Coach Fletcher before the 
meet as sure points, failed to materialize. Both 
Charlie Curl, and Bill Whaley, who were heavy 
favorites in their events, failed to point. Ragon 
dropped a decision at the tape in the 440 by a 
hair, but the mile relay team of Curl, Gwyn, 
Harvey and Ragon crossed first. The Gen- 
erals had been a strong favorite to win this 
meet, but finished second, followed by V. M. I., 
Richmond, V. P. I., and William and Mary. 

To wind up the season, the Fletcher cinder- 
men traveled to Chapel Hill, N. C, to take 



part in the Southern Conference Meet, which 
North Carolina won and the Generals took 
fourth place in. 

Three of the contingent turned in the best 
performances of their careers and set new 
school records. Heartsill Ragon broke the tape 
in the good time of 48.9 to become Southern 
Conference champ in the 440. Harvey, run- 
ning his last race for Washington and Lee, set 
a new school time of 1:54.4, but was forced to 
take third behind Hendrix of North Carolina 
and Kehoe of Maryland. The third mark was 
set by George Murray, hard driving sopho- 
more, who crossed the line in fourth place, but 
in the time of 4:28. 

With Co-Captains Harvey and Ragon the 
only men being lost by graduation, and a 
wealth of sophomores and juniors to fill their 
shoes, the track prospects for 1940 loom as the 
most promising in years. The team will miss 
the guiding hand of Forest Fletcher, who is on 
a temporary leave of absence, and who has 
piloted winning track teams at Washington 
and Lee since 1916. 



First Row: Whaley, Mersey, Melville, Crocker, Harvey, Rag 
ord Row: Sutherland (Manager), Collins, Gwyn, Muller, W. Murray, G. Mui 

ICoach) 
Third Row: Freldman, Ferrell, Gilbert, Harrod, Coulbou 



Ochsie, Kately. Thuran, Nicholsor 
Bryan. Martin, McConnell, Soule 




CROSS COUNTRY 




Kneeling: G. Murray, Crocker, W. Murray, Martin 
Standing: Guthrie (Manager), Harrod, Clendaniel, Muller, Fletcher (Coach) 



Forest Fletcher Coach 

Michael Crocker Captain 

W. R. Glthrie Manayer 

RESULTS 

(Low Score IJ ins) 

Oct. 7 — ^V. ^- L 17; Richmond .... 40 

Oct. 14 — W. & L 47; Virginia 44; Maryland . . . .31 

Oct. io — \V. & L 26; Davidson .... 30 

Xov. 3— AV. c<c 1 20; V. F. 1 35 

^Von, 3 ; Lost, i 



November 13 — State Meet, \\' . k L., third. 



Kenneth Ci.end.aniei. 
MiCH.^Ei. Crocker 



MONOGRAM MEN 



W.^I.TER IIaKR(II) 

Fr.ank M.\rtin 



Cmkkori) Mui.i.kr, Jk. 
Wn,i.i.\M McRR.w 



George Murr.w, Jr. 



John C. W. Campbell 
RoL.wi) Bom ARi) 



FRESHMAN NUMERALS 

Samuel Grah.vm, Jr. John Peeples 

('lL\RI Es P. Gresham Rohfrt Wagg 



W. R. CJujHRlK, Manage 



FRESHMAN BASEBALL 




Front Row: Whitaker, Morris, Fisher, Murray, Levin, Cavanna, Dowling 
Back Row: Akin (Manager), Corrick, Korry, Yager, Bradley 



STAFF 

H. K. (Cv) YoLNG Coach 

Jackson Akin Managn- 

NUMERALS AWARDED 

Raymond Whitaker Robert Cavanna 

Peter S. Yager Bernard Levin 

William John Scott, Jr. William Dowling, Jr. 

Michael Watt Robert Murray 

Harrell Morris Ernest Corrick 

John Fisher, Jr. Harry Baugher 

Edward Korry Gl'stave Essig 



SCHEDULE, 1939 

April 13 W. and L 3; Adelphi Academy 11 

April 15 AV. and L i ; Jefferson High (Roanoke) ... 15 

April 24 W. and L 2; Bedford High 11 

May 8 W. and L 4; Greenbrier 8 

May 10 W. and L 5 ; Jefiferson High 4 

Won I, Lost 4. 




MONOGRAM MEN 



Brent Farber, Jr. 

Major Monogiam 

R. S. BovcE 
\V. L. Evans, Jr. 
H. P. Fried.vian 
B. E. Jasper 
U. C. Pierce, Jr. 



F. H. PrrzER 
E. A. Samara 

R. F. SCHULTZ 

J. B. Snobble 
J. W. Warner 
R. T. Wilson 
George Foote 

Manager 



SWIMMING 



BRENT FARBER 

Swimming Captain 

Tall enough to lean his elbow on a second story window, 
Brent has used his wiry frame prodiguously for the Blue 
swimmers in his three years of varsity competition. He 
has been a Southern Conference champion and the races 
he has failed to win each vear can be counted on one hand. 



RESULTS 

42; North Carolina State . 33 

32 ; William and Mary . . 43 

55; V. P. 1 20 

35; North Carolina ... 40 

29 ; Duke 46 

52; Virginia 23 

^^'on, 3 ; Lost, 3 
ce Tournament, Sixth Place. 

STAFF 

E. P. TwoMBLY Coach 

Brent Farber, Jr. Captain 

George Foote Senior Manager 

Paui, Brown Junior Manager 



W. k L. 
W. k L. 
W. k L. 
W. & L. 
W. & L. 
W. S; L. 



Southern Confere 



Handicapped by a scarcity of material, Wash- 
ington and Lee's varsity swimmers finished the '40 
season with three victories, three defeats, and a 
sixth place in the annual Southern Conference 
swimming competition. 

It will take Coach Cy Twombly a long time to 
find someone to fill the berth left vacant by Cap- 
tain Brent Farber due to graduation. During his 
three years of varsity competition. Captain Farber 
has made quite an amazing record which was cli- 
maxed this year by his brilliant performances in 
dual ineets as well as in Southern Conference 
competition. 

The services of Jake Warner, consistent point 
garnerer for the Big Blue for the past three sea- 
sons will be missed when Coach Twombly starts 
practicing his breaststrokers next year. Although 
this marked his first year of varsity swimming. 
Alec Thompson gave a fine account of himself 
in the backstroking department. Though he 
started off slowly at the beginning of the season, 
Thompson rapidly improved and was a mainstay 
for the Generals in every backstroking race. Cap- 
tain Farber, Warner, and Thomson are the only 
men graduating from this year's squad. 

Coach Twombly will be counting heavily on 
his present freshman squad for next season at 
which time he plans rebuilding the Big Blue which 



has not been up to par for the past two seasons. 
In addition, Coach Twombly will have ten letter- 
men to work with in 1941. For the dashes he 
can look to Jim Snobble, Ed Samara, Evans Jas- 




TWOMBLEY. Cc-a 
FOOTE. Manage 



per, and Fred Pitzer. In the distance races, Bob 
Schultz and Jasper will be on hand. Herb Fried- 
man will carry on in the baclcstroking department, 
while Pitzer will be the only returning breast- 
stroking veteran. Captain-elect Bob Boyce and 
"Chick" Pierce will be on hand to toe the board 
for the '41 session. From this year's freshman 
squad, Coach Twombly plans to use backstroker 
Bill Webster, who set a new Doremus pool record 
for the 100-yard backstroke in the time of 1:02.9, 
Charles Murdock, breaststroker, and Ross Sea- 
son, dash man. 

The Washington and Lee varsity opened its 
season with an impressive 42-33 victory over 
North Carolina State by winning the 400-yard 
relay event. After a three-week lay-off for e.xams 
and Fancy Dress the Big Blue met William and 
Mary at Williamsburg and tasted their first de- 
feat of the season, 43-32. It was during this Wil- 
liam and Mary meet that Captain Farber started 
his series of record breaking performances, by 
lowering the Indian pool record for the 60-yard 
dash. 

On February 14, the Big Bluemen journeyed to 
Blacksburg to whip V. P. I. by the score of 55-20. 
This time, swimming in the 220-yard free style, 
Captain Farber broke the V. P. I. pool record in 
this event. Three days later the Twomblymen 
met University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. 
The Tar Heels, present Southern Conference 
fwimming champs, handed the Generals their sec- 
ond defeat of the season by a score of 40-35. 

A week later a well balanced swimming team 
from Duke University conquered the Blue varsity, 
46-29. It was during this Duke meet that Cap- 
tain Farber broke his third pool record when he 
slashed through 50 yards of the Doremus pool 
in 21 seconds flat. 

The greatest surprise of the season came when 
Washington and Lee decisively turned back a 
formidable swimming squad from University of 
Virginia, 52-23. This was the worst defeat the 
Wahoos felt except at the hands of Navy. Cap- 
tain Farber led the Generals to take every first 
place while he personally set a new record in the 
100-yard dash. 

Twelve points gave the Big Blue swimmers a 
sixth in the annual Southern Conference swim.- 
ming meet which was won by the University of 
North Carolina who amassed a total of 60 points. 
Captain Farber, scoring seven of the Blue's 12 
points, won a second in the 50 and a third in the 
100-yard dashes. Bob Boyce, elected captain of 
the swimming teim immediately before the South- 
ern Conference finals, gained a fourth in the div- 
ing while Bob Schultz swam a nice 440 to get a 
fourth in this race. Jake Warner touched in 
fifth in the breaststroke. 




ck Row: Twomblcy (Coach), Foote {Manager), Pierce, Evans, Friedrr 

Samara, Wilson, Brown (Manager) 
Front Row: Jasper, Boyce, Warner, Farber, Pifzer, Schultz, Thompson 




Wing. Morgan. Jones. Brown, Twombley (Coach) 



GOLF 



STAFF 

E. P. TwoMBLv Coach 

William Warner Brown njjg Captain 

Earl Morgan, Jr 1940 Captain 











1939 RESULTS 


April 


12 


W. and 


L. 


. . . 6/.; 


April 


21) 


W. and 


L. 


. . . isK-; 


April 


25 


W. and 


L. 


■ 13 ; 


May 


I 


W. and 


L. 


... 18 ; 


May 


6 


W. and 


L. 


... 7 ; 


May 


12 


W. and 


L. 


... 2 ; 


May 


13 


S. C. M 


eet 


at Pinehurst. 



V'irginia 14 

Richmond .... o 

Navy 2 

Duke 16 



MONOGRAM MEN 



Arthur William Avent 

Al.ONZO McKee ^VIXG 

Earl Morgan, Jr. 



Edward Emerson Rrown, Jr. 
William Warner Rrowx 
Gi Y CoLE^^AN Oswalt 





Porter. Robertson, Crensha 
McCutcheon, Dav 



ch), Cle 
lager). 



ents, Washburn. Midelburq, Pinck. 



TENNIS 





WASHBURN, ROBERTSON 

Co-Captains 



Ollinger Crenshaw Coach 



MONOGRAMS AWARDED 



Alajor 
RiCHARU E. Clements, Jr Captain 

Minor- 

John J. Davis Manager 

William C. Washburn Robert H. Porter 

Richard H. Pinck Charles W. Midelburg 

Robert L. Robertson Thomas H. McCutcheon 



SCHEDULE, 1939 

W. and L 3; Michigan (H) . . . 

W. and L 9; Manhattan (H) . . . 

W. and L 9; Hampden-Sydney (HJ 

N. C. U. (rain). 

W. and L 7; 

W. and L 7; 

W. and L o; 

Maryland (T) (rain). 

W. and L 7; 

Wm. and Mary (T) (rain). 

W. and L 9; N- <-'• State (H 

Won 6, Lost 2. 



N. C. State (T) . . 
Wm. and Mary (H) 
Virginia (T) . . . 

Elon (H) 




Front Row: Hausrath, Fd 



!dted; Wiihite, Coswai 

Ennega, Early, Hunt. 

Bratenahl, Davis 



(Manager), Kreimer, Willis, Smith, 



CREW 



Oscar Exxexga, Jr. . . No. i 
Ralph Hal.srath . . . \o. 2 

Ji-M Willis \o. 3 

Art Smith Xo. 4 

Phil Wilhite 



Al Kreimer No. 5 

(i. C. Farrier No. 6 

Alec Bratexahl . . . \o. 7 
Hexrv Bralx (Capt.) . Stroke 
. . Coxswain 



SEASON'S RESULTS 

Lost to American International, 1 Vi lengths. 

Lost to Rollins and American International in triangle meet, 

1 /^ lengths. 

Lost to Richmond, 3 lengths. 



.-'T 

^ 




BRAUN, Capta 



FRESHMAN TENNIS 



Oli.ixcer Crensh.j 



RESULTS 



April 26— Virginia 3 ; W. & L. 

May 4 — North Carolina State 2; W. & L. 



May 5— North Carolina 
Won, 2; Lost, I 



7 ; W. & L. 



Hugh C. Macfarlanf. 



Richard SpiNnie, III 

Tack Barrie 



NUMERALS AWARDED 

. Manaijir John Mai.forv, Jr 

Adrian Bendheim, Jr. Rocert Pinxk 

Joseph LnTFEPAfiE 



('■aplaiii 



FRESHMAN SWIMMING 



E. P. TWOMBLV 



W. & L. 

W. & L. 



RESULTS 

25; Augusta Military Academy , . 41 \V. & L. 

17; Massanutten 43 \\\ $^ L. 

Lost, 3; Tied, I 



33; Fishburne 33 

30; Virginia 36 



R. Beason, Jr. 
D. J. Crawford 
T. M. DoDD 



NUMERAL MEN 



D. E. (Jarreison 
J. V. Z. Hei.i.en- 

T. F. MURDOCK 



W. J. NOOXAV 

Ci. W. Priest 
M. V. Scott 



\V. M. Stuart 

A. V>. TuLL 

W. A. \^'EGS■IER, Jr. 



Standing 

Twombley (Coach), Garretson, 
Stuart, Murdock, Brower (Mar 



Seated: 

Dodd, Crawford, Tull, No 
Scott, Priest 




LACROSSE 




standing: Ruoff, Refo, Read. Gourdon, Farber, Lamotte, Boyd. Berghaus. Pridham, Isenberg (Manager) 
Kneeling: Young. Farrar. Simpson. Henderson. AInutt (Captain). Stewart, Horn. Kadis 



Larkix Huxdley Farixholt . 


. . . Coach 


JoHX GooDwix Alxltt .... 


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Sid Isexberg 


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JOHNNY ALNUTT 
Captain 



Team 

YouxG Goalie 

Aln'utt Point 

Ruoff Center Point 

GoRDOX First Defense 

LaMotte Second Defense 

Bovi) Center 

Hexdersox Second Attack 

Berghaus First Attack 

Snipsox Out Home 

Refo In Home 

Games 

If. and I.. They 

Navy B 5 4 

Swarthniore 5 8 

Huke 5 3 

Duke 4 5 

V^irginia 7 4 

Virginia 7 2 

Carolina 8 3 

Carolina g 5 



INTRAMURALS 



INTRAMURAL BOARD 

Forest Fletcher e. Parker Tuombly 



Charles Clyde Curl 



STUDENT MEMBERS 

Sydney Lewls 



Louis Freealan Plummer 



FINAL INTRAMURAL STANDINGS 

1938-39 



Delta Tail Delta 398 

Beta Theta Pi 254 

Kappa Alpha 252 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon 145 

Phi Delta Theta 144 

Delta Upsilon 144 

Phi Kappa Psi 137 

Non-Fraternity Union 132 

Pi Kappa Phi 128 

Zeta Beta Tau 112 



Alpha Tan Omega gg 

Pi Kappa Alpha g6 

Phi Kappa Sigma 78 

Kappa Sigma 54 

Sigma Chi ^2 

Phi Epsilon Pi 32 

Sigma \u 28 

Phi Gamma Delta 20 

Sigma Phi Epsilon 13 

Lambda Chi Alpha 10 



ir. Twombley, Fletcher, Curl, Lew 









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I. Winning Beta team. ... 2. Lee defeat- 
ing Smither for handball title. ... 3. Delta 
trophies. ... 4. Intrannural football. . . . 
5. A. T. O. pass. ... 6. Van Voast out- 
pointing Tom Martin. ... 7. A high one. 
... 8. Foul tip. ... 9. Blanding taking 
Baker. ... 10. Delta practice. 



The 1939 intramural season was one of 
the most successful ever experienced at 
Washington and Lee. A new record for 
the number of participants and a keen 
competition which lasted through the last 
event characterized the entire program. 

There were 770 eligible participants, 
624. of which took part in one or more 
sports. Four hundred eight of these scored 
one point or more in competition. Vance 
Funk of the Delts and Rand Duncan of 
the Beta's garnered the greatest number 
of points, followed by Nielsoii, Delt; Ford, 
Delt ; and Wing, Beta. 

The Interfraternity Council sponsored 
an all-star basketball game with a player 
entered from each house and the sponsors 
of winning players receiving points to- 
ward the intramural trophy. It is hoped 
that this idea will be extended to other 
sports in the intramural svstem. 






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W I E N ( E 



One hundred years ago the South was agricultural; cotton, sugar, rice, and tobacco were the 
maior products. Science nnade available the phosphates of the Southeastern States; this led 
to great plants for sulfuric acid manufacture. Waste cotton-seed furnishes oil and vegetable 
lard. Pine forests are turned into paper; other forests become wood-pulp, and that pulp be- 
comes rayon, cellophane, masonite, and a hundred other products. The Avery's Island salt mine 
led to vast fields of petroleum, natural gas, and sulfur, and from these have come enormous 
industries. The West Virginia brine wells were the germ of one of the world's centers of in- 
dustrial chemistry. Last century's little charcoal furnaces made possible Alabama's steel. The 
South has become industrialized. 



ILLUSTRATIONS: (I) View of an ace+afor being filled with cotfon lin+ers, a process in the manufacture of 
"Acele" acetate rayon at the Waynesboro, Virginia, plant of E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Co. Cotton linters 
are treated with anhydride and acetic acid to reduce them to liquid form. (2) The finished "cellophane" cellu- 
lose film being wound on large cores at the Richmond, Virginia, plant of E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Co. The 
winding operation was going at full speed when the photograph was taken. (3) Interior of cell building where 
chlorine is made by the Southern Alkali Corporation at Corpus Christie, Texas. (4) The world's largest oil re- 
finery — the Standard Oil Company of Louisiana, which is spending $7,000,000 to enlarge its Baton Rouge 
refinery. Large picture — Storage tanks of the Atlantic Refining Company at Atreco, Texas. 



F E AT U I! ES 








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OUR DANCE ORCHESTRA LEADERS 



OzziE Nelson 

Soplwmore Prom 

Al Donahue 

Colillion Club 
Opening Dance 



Bob Chester 

Junior Prom 

Kay Kyser 

Fancy Dress Hall 
and O.D.K. For- 
mal. 



Woody Herman 

■'/,;" Cluh Formal 

Gene Krupa 

Colillion Cluh 
S/irinc/ Dance 

Eddie Duchin 

Senior-.-llumni Hall 
and Final Hall 



(Other Finals Hand icas 
unavailable at press lime) 




COTILLION CLUB 













Officers 








William 

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BU.VION 








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JLTON Sutherland . 




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Old 


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G. 


C. Baldwin 






J. B. E»\\ards 




T. K. Helm 




R. W. Smith 


R. 


W. BOISSEAU 






B. H. Farber, Jr. 




R. C. HoBSON 




A. T. Snvder 


H. 


Braun, Jr. 






J. M. Faulkner 




J. R. Howard 




W. C. Soule 


R. 


Brodie, Jr. 






E. J. FOLTZ 




R. S. HuTCHESON, Jr. 




H. R. Stephenson, Jr 


E. 


E. Brown-, Jr 






R. H. Gaddv 




J. C. Jones 




H. F. Sutherland 


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J. \V. Gardiner 




H. C. MacFarlane 




C. E. Waco 


C. 


H. Chapman 






H. K. Garges, Jr. 




F. A. Nichols 




R. F. Walker 


c. 


C. Dean 






N. C. Gn.BERi 
\V. L. Heartwei.i. 


Jr. 


J. H. Price, Jr. 

H. I.. ROEDIGFR 

W. L. Shannon 




J. W. Warner 
J. C. White 

E. \\'OODWARD 




Neiv Men 



A. T. Bishop 
R. M. Boatwright 
R. S. Bovce 
F. C. Bryan 
L. B. Ditto, Jr. 
W. G. DowNiE 
J. A. Embrv 



F. B. Farrar 
L. J. Fisher, Jr. 
C. S. Fuller 
R. D. C5.ACE 
R. W. Gary, Jr. 
.'\. B. KooNTZ, Ji 



R. M. Lawrence 
G. R. Lloyd 
W. B. Martin 
L. M. N'ewco.mb 
R. W. Powers 
W. I. Scott 



R. F. Shumate 

R. B. Spindle, III 

P. C. Thomas, Jr. 

T. S. Trueheart 

B. M. Wakefield, Jr. 

M. J. Watt 

J. K. Weber 



THE PROM LEADERS 




SOPHOMORE PROM 

Led by Robert Lawrence and Miss Carolyn Crockett of 

Pompton Lakes, New Jersey. Assisted by Sidney Isenberg 

and Miss Helen Jones of Atlanta, Georgia. 



COTILLION CLUB OPENING DANCE 

Led by William Buxton and Miss Jean Luck of Rich- 
mond, Virginia. Assisted by Horace Sutherland and Miss 
Mary Emma MacBrayer of Rome, Georgia. 



JUNIOR PROM 

Led by Cameron Dean and Miss Jane Isbell of Colliers- 

ville, Tennessee. Assisted by Robert Russell and Miss 

Elsie McConnell of Mansfield, Ohio 



O. D. K. FORMAL 

Led by Steve Stephenson and Mrs. Catherine Lawter 
Stephenson. Assisted by Richard Boisseau and Miss Bar- 
bara Higgins of Front Royal, Virginia. 



13 CLUB DANCE 

Led by Frank Nichols and Miss Edythe Hobson of 

Newport News, Virginia. Assisted by Bill Ayers and 

Miss Camille Anderson of Memphis, Tennessee. 



COTILLION CLUB SPRING DANCE 

Led by William Buxton and Miss Anna Mae Feuch- 

tenberger of Bluefield, West Virginia. Assisted by 

Horace Sutherland and Miss Margaret Ann Vaughan 

of Eagle Pass, Texas. 



INTERFRATERNITY BALL 

Led by Herbert Gargas and Miss Betty Musgrave of 

Leesburg, Virginia. Assisted by George Melville and 

Miss Dolly Kettle of Dallas, Texas. 



SIGMA GERMAN BALL 

Led by Cecil Taylor and Miss Lida Bell Gover of 

Memphis, Tennessee. Assisted by Emery Cox and Miss 

Betty Wackerham of Durham, North Carolina. 



SENIOR BALL 

Led by Frank Nichols and Miss Edythe Hobson of 

Newport News, Virginia. Assisted by Don Buck and 

Date and George Nielsen and Miss Rebecca McCall of 

Dallas, Texas. 



FINAL BALL 

Led by Robert Hobson and Miss Peggy Ray of Web- 
ster Groves, Missouri. 





FANCY DRESS BALL 

AT THE FIRST KENTUCKY DERBY BALL 

Led by: John Winn Watson, Jr., as Governor Preston H. Leslie of Kentucky, 
and Mary Charlotte Garber, as The First Lady of Kentucky. 

Assisted by: Ernest Woodward, H, as Colonel John Rowan, II; Dolly Burks, 
as Mrs. Rowan; Allen Snyder, as Senator Thomas McCreery; Ann Pendle- 
ton, as Miss Rowan; Lea Booth, as Colonel James A. Dawson; Louise Dibrell, 
as Mrs. Dawson; Arthur Mann, as Colonel Andrew J. James; Arline Simmen, 
as Mrs. James; Lou Plummer, as Henry Watterson; Natalie Sanford, as Mrs. 
Watterson; Grover Baldwin, as Major William H. Botts; Marcella Chandler, 
as Mrs. Botts; Reid Brodie, Jr., as General Fayette Hewitt; Elizabeth Perrier, 
as Mrs. Hewitt; Howard Dobbins, as Colonel H. P. McGrath; Virginia Ann 
Jones, as Mrs. McGrath. 

Music by Kay Kyser 



The setting of the 1940 Fancy Dress Ball was the beautiful garden of Federal 
Hill, where Colonel John Rowan and his wife were giving a reception on a late 
afternoon in 1875, after the running of the first Kentucky Derby. 




Fancy Dress officers and dates. . . . The landowners 
come to the party. . . . General dancing on Saturday 
evening of the set. . . . Mint juleps are served the set 
officers during the figure. . . . The Junior Prom Figure 
on Thursday night. 



FANCY DRESS 




1940 FINALS WEEK COMMITTEE 

Officers 

Robert Cochrax Hobsox Preshlent 

Reid Brodie, Jr J'ici-Presiihiil 

(iRONER ClE\ELAXD BaLDWIX, Jr 1' ict'-Prcsilltnt 

Richard Wixfield Boisseal' . . . Busintss Manaycr 

George Richard Day Treasurer 

AiGUSTUS Lea Booth . . . Secretary 

Members 



Emery Cox, Jr. 
Herbert K. Garges, Jr. 
Jack Calnert Joxes 
Fraxklix Allen Nichols 



George Horxer Mel\ille, Jr. 

Loc Plu.m.mer 

Leo Frederick Reixartz, Jr. 

ErXEST ^VoOD\\ARD, II 



JoHx W'lxx \Vatsox, Jr. 



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FINALS 



Birnie Harper and Miss Jane Cutting leading the 1939 
Final Ball Figure. . . . The crowd around the band- 
stand as Krupa swings out. . . . The commencement 
speaker is escorted to the Chapel. . . . The Senior pro- 
cession. . . . Lead-out during the Final Ball. 





Lawrence. Vcech. Rayder. Roediger, Tailor, Buxton, Stephenson. Desha, Dean, Hobson, Nichols, Watson 

UNIVERSITY DANCE BOARD 

Officers 

H,\RRv Roberts Stfphenson', Jr President Ch.^rles C.amerov Dea\ Secretary 

\Vii.i,i.\M Edg.\r BuxtO-V I'iu-Preiidcnt S.AM R.avuer Treasurer 

Members 

Faculty 
Lucius Junius Desh.a John Alexander Veech 

Finals 
Robert Cochran Hobsok President, ig^o 

Fancy Dress Cotillion Club 

John Winn Watson, Jr. William Edgar Buxton 

Senior (Jlass Junior (Jlass Sophomore Class 

Franklin Allen Nichols Charles Cameron Dean Robert Morris Lawrence 

Executive (jOiiU)iitti eiiian Treasurer Stuilent Body Fund 

Henry Lederer Roeuiger, Jr. Sam Ravder 




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CAMPUS 
SHOTS 



(I) Cameron Dean and Miss Jane Isbell, leading the Junior Prom Figure. (2) S. A. 
intermission gathering during Fancy Dress. (3) Bill Buxton presenting Paula Ke 
with doll during Opening Dances. (4) Smiling faces at the Phi Psi house. (5) T 
throng at Openings. (6) Relaxing at the K. A. house. (7) Queen Zora of t 
Sigma Chi party. (8) Bartender Cash Skarda serves Pete and Phyllis. (9) T 



Sigma Chi party.' (8) Bartender Cash Sk 
crowd around the bandstand as Donahue 
party. (II) That might be McClure in the 

House Party. (14) Art Koonti presents Mrs. Barclay a corsage 
Prom Figure leaders. (16) Sonny Heartwell and Miss Prince S 
lady fro 



The 

the 

9) The 

swings out. (10) Dancing at the K. A 

niddle. (12) Maestro Donahue. (13) Bet 

( I 5) The Sophomor 

Ith. (17) Jack Jone 



Atlanta. (18) Lup and Marion pose for the Fancy Dress camer, 
over the Keydets for a night. (20) Charlie Chapmai 
and date. (21) The Slugger arrives as a gambler i 
. , ,22) Jockey Hersey and Miss Polly Price. (23) Freddl 

Bartenstein and a Virginia Miss. (24) Dick Day and Miss Eveline Winchester c 
Randolph-Macon. (25) "Yankee" Ennenga and a lady from Birmingham. (26) Her 
Garges. Bill Martin and dates. 



(19) Willie Washburn triumphs 
next year's Fancy Pants prexy 
company of Miss Aloise Brill 




CAMPUS 
SHOTS 



(I) Beef trust and cohorts at the County Fair. (2) Highly Imaginative, those Sigma 
Chi's. (3) A Jasper at work. (4) Bob Howard, Pi K. A. prexy, also hard at work. 
(5) Czar and Czarists. (6) "Ipana for the smile of beauty" — Whaley and one of the 
twins. (7) Bradford checks on the Macon curriculum. (8) Happy and Louise. (9) 
All wrapped up in their work. (10) Hersey, impresario of "W. and L. 'Za Poppin." 

(II) "Aw right, you guys."— D. U. Hell Week. (12) Quote: "The smooth Phi Delts," 
unquote. (13) The "Reefer" and Ann Read of V. M. I. (14) Lanson Ditto plays 
Dopey. (15) A Lexington cross section. (16) Phi Delts joining the health team. 
(17) Oswalt cavorts at Macon, (18) Phi Psi, Phi Psi, and lady. (19) Henry Baker 
getting in shape for the ball. (20) Cash meets his equal in the S. A. E. lounge. 
(21) Showing the SIPA delegates around. (22) Drink, Chug A Lug. (23) Hersey, 
the silent one. (24) Jimmy Price turning in. (25) Bill Buxton and a date. (26) 
Captain Farber of the tankmen. (27) The band performs at the V. P. I. game. (28) 
A Beta loses a bet. (29) The light of Lexington. (30) Snyder, lover of the great 
out-of-doors. 




CAMPUS 
SHOTS 



(I) The A. T. O.'s brmg home the bacon. (2) Kutle KIrkpatrick. (3) The Morris 
car— Macon bound. (4) Come on Blue. (5) Jake and Bill— it's a tough life. (6) "A 
iug of wine, a loaf of bread and thou." (7) Clear decks for action, McConnell. 
(8) Bradford and company. (9) Hitting the books. (10) A Phi Delt picnic. (II) 
Shreve with a hangover. (12) Beat it out, Al. (13) Tarzan Tommy. (14) Home- 
coming at the D. U. house. (15) Braun pretending study. (16) Meet you at the 
punch bowl. (17) The playful Bundy. (18) Sadie Hawkins Day? (19) I wonder 
which Phi Psi owns the lamp. (20) Good morning, Dr. Bradley. (2!) Henry Works. 
(22) He must know the editor. (23) Relax, boys. (24) Robert Wadlow comes to 
town. (25) Far from the roar and rush of the busy world — Goshen Pass. (26) Ars 
Gratlas Artis. (27) Fifteen for '43. (28) How does she do it? 




CAMPUS 
SHOTS 



(I) Smoothie Clark. (2) Oh Happy Day! (3) The Phi Psi's have a party. (4) Those 
Phi Delts. (5) There's a giant on the beach! (6) Steve. (7) Herb and the Pi K. A.'s. 
(8) Evidently not Dracula — just Joe Mighell. (9) Body by Fischer. (10) Intramural 
grunt and groan artists. (II) "Come cheer for Washington and Lee." (12) V. M. I. 
steals a march. (13) The Kappa Sigs. (14) Dashing Dick Burton. (15) In Memoriam 
—Snoopy. (16) Sweethearts of Sigma Chi. (17) Jug, Keith, and Larry. (18) 
"Amigo." (19) Two great friends. (20) Crowd after the Sewanee game. (21) The 
boys and a girl at the Phi Kap house. (22) Capitalizing on frozen assets. (23) Well! 
Longan. (24) Doubly delectable. (25) Hey, Dick, hiding from Meacham? (26) 



What on earth is this? (27) My! How br 
Mike Watt. (29) Aw, quit. You're kiddl 
(32) Nice — and we don't mean Houston. 



izen, Buxton! (28) Solid comfort — oipe and 

ng. (30) Say, Ah! (3!) Why so happy? 

(33) Boyce and his contribution to Fancy 



Dress. (34) Pi K. A.'s and their dates — not bad, either. 




A WORD OF THANKS 

As the 1940 Calyx goes to press it is the earnest hope of the editors that it will more than 
meet the expectations of the student body. On a very limited budget we have made every ef- 
fort to produce a complete and attractive yearbook. We feel that the 1940 Calyx has an appro- 
priate theme, which we have attempted to develop as fully as possible. Although the theme is 
not entirely bound up with the university it does represent a new era to which Washington and 
Lee is making great contributions. So we hope that the Calyx of 1940 will be a prophesy of both 
a greater South and a greater university. 

Among the innovations of the book are the individual snapshots of the girls in the Beauty Sec- 
tion, which, we feel, will help endorse the selections of the Annapolis Hop Committee. It might 
be said that the Hop Committeemen proved to bs very good judges of beauty, and the staff itself 
could hardly have done better. Also competition was very close for the eisjht places. We should 
like to thank Sam Forter, chairman, and the Hop Committeemen who made the selections. 

There are numerous other individuals who have greatly assisted in the publication of the 1940 
Calyx. Mr. Bill Daniel of the Benson Printing Company rendered invaluable assistance in the 
laving out and planning of the book. His lon^ service to Washington and Lee in this capacity 
has earned for him a position of attachment which few outsiders enjoy. Mr. Len Glover of the 
Lynchburg Engraving Company also had a great part in the work. The willingness of both of 
these men to cooperate and to guide the staff out of various difficulties which naturally have arisen 
from time to time has been responsible in no small measure for the successful meeting of the 
printing deadline. Mr. Andy McClunq and his staff at the Andre Studio have rendered fine 
service in turning out a fine group of photograohic prints. The staff relations with them have 
been most pleasant throughout the ye^r. We should like to thank Mr. W. K. Deighton of the 
Smith-Molloy Company for his assistance in de-.igning an aporopriate cover in keeping with the 
Calyx theme. Behind the s-^n-'; Mr. Robert G. Benson of the Ben^^on Printing Company has 
efficiently handled the great mass of copy details which crossed his desk. 

Here at the university three faculty members in particular h-Jve graciously aided the editor 
when ca'led upon. Dr. Moffatt of the English Department ably as.sisted in the preparation of the 
openinq; section and the printed matter contained therein. In the development of the theme 
material Mr. Moger of the History Department and Dr. Howe of the Chemistry Department ren- 
dered invaluable advice and assistance. Dr. Gaines as usual gave the graduating class a timely 
word of farewell. 

Of course the backbone of any yearbook is t'^e Bu"iiness Staff. In this connection Business 
Manager Lee Kenna and his assistants, Dick Day, Thornton Strang, and Benton Wakefield, 
comfortably reached the advertising goal in spite of the isolated nature of Lexington and the 
limited clientele. 

On the Editorial Staff two men in particular contributed heavily to the successful publication 
of the Calyx. The untiring efforts of Sonny Heartwell and Jim McConnell in capably handling 
every type of assignment deserve nothing but praise. It has been a real pleasure to work with 
these two men. Al Fleishman, as sports editor, capably supervised the compiling of the com- 
plete copy for this section. Keith McMurran, Mike Watt, Charlie Carter, Ned Burks, and many 
others always worked diligently in the work to which they were assigned. Sam Ames' assistance 
in the photographic department as well as Dick Shepherd's ever-ready camera were definite assets. 

We should like to thank the student body as a whole for its cooperation in the picture drive 
and assistance in submitting photographs for the beauty and snapshot sections. This coopera- 
tion has made possible the successful completion of these phases of the book. In closing, let us 
wish you all many hours of pleasure with the Calyx in years to come. 

The Staff. 



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AND BUILDING 

SUPPLIES 



PHONE 439 



THE 

HUGER-DAVIDSON-SALE 

COMPANY. INC. 

WHOLESALE GROCERS 

LEXINGTON AND STAUNTON, 
VIRGINIA 



WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS 
of 

PLEE-ZING QUALITY 
FOOD PRODUCTS 



DODGE 
AND PLYMOUTH 



ROCKBRIDGE MOTOR 
COMPANY 



Incorporated 






ASSOCIATED DAIRIES 



OF 



ROCKBRIDGE COUNTY 



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WORDS and PHRASES 

PERMANENT EDITION 

1658 to Date 

WITH MODERN POCKET 

PART SUPPLEMENTATION 

An Incomparable Instrumentality of Research — 

Occupying a Field That Cannot be Reached by Either a Dictionary 

or a Digest 

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Including Sample Pages Illustrating the Words and Phrases 
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Method 

For 

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in Point 



WEST PUBLISHING CO. 



SAINT PAUL, MINN. 



VAN HORN & SON 

THEATRICAL COSTUMES 

I 130 CHESTNUT STREET 
PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



COSTUMES TO RENT 



Plays, Pageants. Operas 



BAL MASQUE 



We Designed and Furnished the Ken- 
tucky Derby, 1880, Costumes for Fancy 
Dress Ball 1940 



FRATERNITY JEWELRY 

Rings . . . Badges . . . Favors 
Paper Products . . . Programs 
Awards . . . Leather . . . Gifts 

L G. BALFOUR CO. 

Representative 

JNO. F. "PETE" HUNDLEY 

P. O. 888 
Lexington, Va. 

Factories 

ATTLEBORO, MASSACHUSETTS 

The Heart of the Jewelry Industry 




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A. SILVER 

CLOTHING MADE TO YOUR 

INDIVIDUAL 

MEASUREMENT 

POPULAR PRICES 
SMARTLY TAILORED 

A Complete Line of Gentleman's 
Furnishing and Haberdashery 



ROBERT E. LEE HOTEL BUILDING 
LEXINGTON, VIRGINIA 



NATURAL BRIDGE 



VIRGINIA 

One of the seven nat- 
ural wonders of the 
world, continues to at- 
tract thousands of visi- 
tors each year. It is 
located 14 miles south 
of the historic town of 
Lexington, Va., on U. S, 
Highway I I. 

HOTEL 

Dining Room and 
Cafeteria 

GOOD FOOD 

AND 

COMFORTABLE 

ROOMS 

NATURAL BRIDGE, VIRGINIA 



OPEN 

ALL 

YEAR 

J. Lee Dav 
President 





CONNER'S 
CASH MARKET 



Lexington, Va. 



• Fresh Meats 

• Groceries 

• Fruits and Vegetables 



Phone 23 I Randolph and V/ashlngton St. 



FOR 
HEALTHFUL RECREATION 



CIVIC 
BOWLING ALLEYS 



Lexington, Va. 



OPEN 8:00 A.M. TO 12:00 P.M. 










COLLEGE AHNUAL PHOTOiil^APUy 



Completely Equipped to Render the Highest Quality 

Craftsmanship and an Expedited Service 

on Both Personal Portraiture and 

Photography tor College 

ANNUALS 



OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPHER TO THE 

1940 CALYX 






STONEWALL 
JACKSON TAVERN 

3 MILES NORTH OF STAUNTON ON 
U. S. ROUTE I I 



STONEWALL 
JACKSON HOTEL 

STAUNTON, VIRGINIA 
JOHN R. PAYNE, III 

General Manager 



Sign of Qualify 




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ICE CREAM 
DEALERS 



STATE DRUG CO. 

AND 

CLOVER CREAMERY 

CREAM STATION 



SOUTHERN INN RESTAURANT 

"Lexington's Finest" 

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FOOD PREPARED 

TO SUIT THE 

DISCRIMINATING W. & L. GENTLEMEN 



OPEN AFTER DANCE SETS 



THE 

HOOVER 8i SMITH CO. 

726 Chestnut Street 
PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA 



Official College Fraternity Jewelers 
Since 1839 

Malcers of Washington and Lee 

Gold Athletic Monogram Awards and 

Standard Class Rings 

Party Favors — Stationery 
Crested Gifts for Every Occasion 

SPECIAL DESIGNS 

For New Organizations Gladly Submitted 



MUSICAL MERCHANDISE 

SHEET MUSIC 

RECORDINGS 
VICTROLAS 
RADIOS 

RCA-VICTOR DEALER 

The Music You Want 
When You Want It 

WEINBERG'S MUSIC STORE 

OPPOSITE STATE THEATRE 




Go to the Mountains-THE ALLEGHANIES! 



Since 1778, generalions of Anic 
seeininglv liarkening to the famous words 
of a pro])het — have seen the wisdom of 
going to White Sulphur Springs, in the 
heart of llie Alleghanies. For. as long as 
the mountains here, like Mahomel"s. 
won't come to vou. il's folly to slay away 



and miss all the jileasiires ihey afford... 
riding or hiking over forest trails, play- 
ing golf or tennis in truly bracing air, 
enjoying life as seldom before! So, away 
to The Greenbrier— ri>/if now! Rales are 
extremely moderate. Vi rite— or wire col- 
lect — for reservations. 



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WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS west va 



Warner Bros. 

STATE 
LYRIC 



LEXINGTON. VIRGINIA 



RALPH DAVES, '36 

Resident Manager 



You Will Be Pleased With 

THE ROBERT E. LEE 

AND 

THE JACKSON 
BARBER SHOPS 



W. & L. MEN 

HAVE ALWAYS MADE THESE SHOPS 

THEIR PREFERENCE 



CALDWELL-SITES CO. 



STATIONERS 

OFFICE OUTFITTERS 

WHOLESALE PAPER MERCHANTS 

SPORTING GOODS 



ROANOKE, VA. 



ROBERT E. LEE HOTEL 

MODERN • • • FIREPROOF 

Lexington, Va. 



Coffee Shop 




Private Dining Rooms 



GARAGE ADJOINING HOTEL 
N. O'NEAL MOSES, Mgr. 



R. Erskine Miller, Pres. 
Staunton, Va. 



Gilbert Smith. General Mgr 
Concho. W. Va. 



H. B. Sproul. Jr.. Treas. 
Staunton, Va. 



DUNEDIN 
COAL COMPANY. INC. 

Miners of 

New River Smokeless Coal 

STAUNTON. VA. 



Welcome fo 

THE WHITE HOUSE 
CAFE 

Lynchburg, Va. 

The Place Where 

All College Students Meet 

Their Friends 

ENJOY THE BEST FOOD WITH 
REFRESHMENTS 




SO TO - - 

McCRUM'S 

IN 
LEXINGTON 



FOR 



VISIT OUR FOUNTAINS 
ROANOKE LYNCHBURG 



STEVE'S DINER 


All Kinds of Sandwiches 


Dinners and Drinks 


STEAKS & CHICKEN 


205 N. MAIN ST. 


LEXINGTON, VA. Phone 91 


You've Tried the Rest 


Now Try the Best 


NEVER CLOSED 



THE BRASS RAIL 



"WHERE FRIENDS 
MEET AND EAT" 



8th and MAIN STREETS PHONE 3256 



LYNCHBURG, VA. 



CONGRATULATIONS 


from 


Your Friendly Ford Dealer 


SALES ^^^ SERVICE 


BLUERIDGE MOTOR SALES 


Lexington, Va. 


"h^ave You Tried 


the New Ford Ride?" 


PHONE 139 P. O. BOX 724 



G. M. MOSELEY 



C. D. MOSELEY 



MOSELEY BROS. 



PLUMBING AND HEATING CONTRACTORS 



2308 12th STREET 



TELEPHONE 537 



LYNCHBURG, VA. 




N successfully fulfilling the requirements of the 
modern College Annual Staff we have combined 
a comprehensive and systematic servicing program 
with that high standard of quality so essential in 
the production of fine yearbooks. Lynchburg 
engraved annuals are built by an organization 
specializing on school annuals exclusively, there- 
by assuring each staff of the personal and in- 
telligent assistance so necessary in the planning 
and designing of a truly satisfactory book. 

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LYNCHBURG • VIRGINIA 



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