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THE 

COLONIAL ECHO 




THE 



COLONIAL ECHO 




In which Ye editors 
attempt to intenfijy 

the REVERBERATIONS 

of the Glorious Va^ 

OF 

The College of 
WILLIAM and MARY 



in rVtr^inia 




INSTANCE of the SENIORS 

2LX(Williamjbur^ Virginia 

IN THE "YEAR OF OUR LORD 
MCMXXXVI 



V\^<2Ari 



Copyright I9j6: A, CRICHTON McCUTCHEON a»// WARNE ROBINSON 




A DEDICATION 

HE Spirit of William and Mary is a rich Inheri- 
tance from the Paft and a creative and transform- 
ing Force in the Prefent, for it manifefts a fpiritual 
Kinfhip between the Sudents of Today and thofe 
who have dwelt and developed at this College 
during the Two Hundred and Forty-three Years 
of its Lite and Service. 

In that quarter Millennium unimaginable phyfical and 
political Changes have taken place. Tranfportation has (hrunk 
the World to a mere Speck of its former Size. The Day of the 
little failing Ship and Oxcart has been fuperseded by the Aero- 
plane and Motor Car; the fwifteft Couriers are literally motion- 
lefs in comparifon with the Radio and Telephone, and coinci- 




dentally the Telefcope has enlarged the Bounds of the Univerfc 
until the ordinary Man is driven to fall back upon fuch incom- 
prehenfible Standards as "Light Years". 

Yet in thefe portentous, revolutionary and difquieting 
Changes the unconquerable Will of Man ftill ftands. The Forms 
of Faith have altered, but Man's Faith in Man remains. The 
Population, the Area, or the Wealth of this Country, important 
though they be, are in themfelves only one Phafe of the great 
Contribution made by the Sons of William and Mary to the 
accomplifhed Revolution in this Land. That Gift was firft Be- 
lief in themfelves and then the demonftrated Validity of that 
Belief in Man's Power to meet and deal with the Demands of 
Life. That is the Spirit we need to fee vital and energizing 
once more. At this Time of general Doubt and Uncertainty, 
confronted by new and menacing Forces, this Land is once again, 
as in 1776, thrown back upon the Light of Reafon and the 
Fortitude of Faith. 

Thofe were the moving Forces that have fhowed forth in 
the Sons of William and Mary in every Crifis which this College 
faced. With the fame Simplicity of Certitude the Spirit of 
William and Mary, today, turns inftinctively and furely to the 
unchanged Principles and the unobfcured Purpofes of the 
Student and Alumni of this College from its Beginnings and, like 
a great Artery throbbing and pulfmg from the Heart of Life, 
the Aims, the Obligations, the Courage and the Will of 1693 
animate the William and Mary of 1936. 

John Stewart Bryan. 




PREFACE 




N Echo is an exceedingly ftrange and 
wondrous Phenomenon, which, given a 
fubftantial Background, will fpeak again 
in the Voice of Man, where no Voice is. 
The Prefent is a Symphony of Echoes, 
refounding from the receding and impenetrable Walls 
of the Paft. The Future waits upon it for its Memories. 
Our Day has come — we add another Echo to the 
rifing Voice of Time. We of Their Majefties' College 
oi U^illiam and Mary in Virginia, perhaps more clearly 
than Moft, have heard the Echoes of the Paft, and, 
liftening, we have wondered at their Power and Wif- 
dom. Is it then ftrange, good Sir, or ftrange, fair 
Madam, that we, your Editors, have endeavored to 
blend this your Book with the Memories of the Paft 
— praying always that as it echoes the Memories of 
your ftudent Days, it may bring alfo the Echoes of 
thofe who have gone before? Is it ftrange that we 
fhould feek to bind ourfelves, with fuch Ties as we 
may, to thofe great Scholars and Statefmen whofe 
Voices have echoed for two Centuries paft from the 
Halls of our College and from the Life and Strength 
of our Nation? 

What more could we hope, and for what more 
fhould we ftrive, than to join with Them in holding 
ftrong the Background which muft ferve the Echoes 
of the Future. 



TABLE OF 



CONTENTS 



BOOK I. 

Wherein is fhown a true 
Account of the Adminiftra- 
tors of The Coiledge, whofe 
Diligence and Addrefs hath 
been an Inftrument to per- 
petuate and increafe its 
good Repute. 


BOOK n. 

Being a Depofition of the 
Claffes, in which are form- 
ed through Friendfhip thofe 
Aflbciations which do put 
Mettle in the Heart, and 
increafe the Publick Stock 
of harmlefs Pleasure. 


BOOK III. 

Herein are fet forth the 
Fraternities, that cloathe 
thofe that do work well their 
Lives iS Laws with the har- 
monious Bonds of Faith, Af- 
fedion, £3" popular Efteem. 


BOOK IV. 

A Difcourfe on the 
School of Athletics, that 
from Trial doth convey Tu- 
telage in the antique Vir- 
tues of Sportsmanfhip, 
Loyalty, and Spirit. 


BOOK Vi 

Herein are reprefented 
the Colonial Echoes, the 
Fancy of the Students of 
prominence in Campus and 
fcholaftic Endeavours. 


BOOK VI. 

Treating of the Adivi- 
ties, which, joyning the 
focial with the academick, 
do unite these Departments 
of the College into a co- 
ordinate Life of Happinefs 
and Opportunity. 



BOOK ONE 

THE COLLEGE 





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Thi 'Uieta }\appa and 'Washington '\}{ails 




'jcjjcrsuu and "J3arrctt XiH'iMLs 





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Qcorgc 'i^rcston Jiioiv (^ym)\asium 




T/x! '^eta K^appa c^lemorial ^all 




'^hc ^President's '^3{ouse 



ADMINISTRATION 

AND 

FACULTY 



The Colonial Echo 




JOHN STEWART BRYAN 

President of the College of William and Mary 
in Virginia 



For a scant two years John Stewart Bryan has been president of the College of 
William and Mary. During that time he has earned the sincere admiration and un- 
ending affection of the entire student body. His unfailing energy, his sympathetic 
attention, his genuine interest in every phase of college life, have endeared him to all. 



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BOARD OF VISITORS 



James H. Dillard Rector 

George W. Mapp Vice-Rector 



THE VISITORS OF THE COLLEGE 

To March 7, 1938 

James H. Dillard Charlottesville, Va. 

Gary T. Grayson Washington, D. C. 

George W. Mapp Accomac, Va. 

J. Douglas Mitchell Wallcerton, Va. 

John Garland Pollard Washington, D. C. 

To March 7, 1936 

A. H. Foreman Norfolk, Va. 

Lulu D. Metz Manassas, Va. 

A. Obici SuflFolk, Va. 

Gabriella Page Richmond, Va. 

John A. Wilson Roanoke, Va. 



The State Superintendent of Public Instruction 

Ex-Officio 

Sidney B. Hall .' Richmond, Va. 

Secretary to the Visitors 
Charles J. Duke, Jr Williamsburg, Va. 



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OFFICERS OF ADMINISTRATION 



John Stewart Bryan 

PresiAint and .hiiny Dtan of tin- Mars/mll-lfyl/ie School of GoTcrnmrnl and C'uhfnship 

Charles J. Duke, Jr. 

Assistant to the President and Bursar 

Kremer J. Hoke 

Dean of the Colleije and Dean of the School of Education 

J. WiLFORD Lambert 

Dean of Freshmen 

Grace Warren Landrum Marguerite Wynne-Roberts 

Dean of H'omcn Assistant Dean of Jl'omen 

Albion Guilford Taylor 

Assistant Dean nf the Marshall-ll'ythe School of Government and Citizenship 

Theodore Sullivan Cox 

Dean of School of Jurisprudence 

Herbert Lee Bridges 

Registrar Emeritus 

Kathleen Alsop Vernon L. Nunn 

Reejislrar Auditor 

Henry Horace Hibbs, Jr. 

Dean of the Richmond Division 

William Thomas Hodges 

Dran of the Norfolk Division 

Earl Gregg Swem Margaret Galphin 

Librarian Actint/ Librarian 

Charles A. Taylor 

Executive Secretary Alumni Association 



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OFFICERS OF INSTRUCTION 

John" Sikwari Hrvan I'lrsidcni 

B.A.. M.A., LL.B., Litt.D.. I.r,.D. 
Daniki. JAMKS Hl.OCKKR . Pinfi'ssor of Sn,iolo,/y 

A.B,. A.M., B.D.. D.D. 
Theodore Sui.mvan Cox Profrssor of Juris firuJirm- 

A.B., LL.B. 

Lillian- A. Cummiscs Piofissor of Horn,- l-.ionomics 

A.B., A.M. 
DONALU Walton- Pavis Profrssnr of Riolmiy 

A.B., Ph.D. 
John Roberts Fisher Professor of Modern l.anijuaties 

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

Wayne Fulton Gibbs Professor of Aeeounlaney 

B.S., M.S., C.P.A. (Virginia) 

William A. R. Goodwin Professor of Rel'uj'ion 

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

William Georce Guv Professor of Cliemislry 

B.Sc. B.A.. Ph.D. 

Inca Olga HEi.SETH Prufessor of Elementary EJuealion 

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

Kremer J. Hoke Professor of EJuealion 

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

Lawrence Vauchan Howard Professor of Governmenl 

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

Jess Hamilton Jackson Professor of Emjlish 

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

John Rochelle Lee Johnson Professor of Ent/lish 

A.B., A.M. 

L. Tucker Jones Professor of P/iysieal Educalion 

B.s. 
Grace Warren Landru.vi Professor of Enijhsh 

A.B.. A.M., rii.D. 
John Paul Leonard Professor of Education 

A.B.. A.M., Pli.D. 

Charles Franklin Marsh Professor of Economics 

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

Richard Lee Morton Professor of History 

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

James Ernest P.ate Professor of Political Science 

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

Robert Chlchrist Robb Professor of Orc/anic Chemistry 

A.B., B,S.. A.M., Se.D. 

Archie Garnett Ryland Professor of French 

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

Shirley Donald Southworth Professor of Economics 

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

John Minor Stetson Professor of Mathematics 

B.A., Ph.D. 

Charles H. Stone Professor of Library Science 

B.S., .A.M., B.L.S. 

Earl Gregg Swem Librarian 

A.B., A.M., Litt.D. 

Albion Guilford Taylor Professor of Economies 

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

Anthony Pelzer Wagener ■ Professor of .Indent Languages 

A.B.. Ph.D. 

Helen Foss Weeks Professor of Education 

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



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Dudley Warner Woodbridge Professor of Jurisprudence 

A.B., J.D. 

ROSCOE COKKLING VouNG Professor of Physics 

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

James David Carter, Jr Associate Professor of French 

A.B., Docteur de I'Universite de Toulouse 
Joseph C. Chandler -Issociate Professor of Physical Education 

B.S., A.M. 

Graves Glewvood Clark Associate Professor of Emjlis/i and Journalism 

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

Hibbert Dell Corey Issociate Professor of Economics 

A.B., A.M. 

Charles Duncan Gregory Associate Professor of Mathematics 

B.S., A.M. 

Charles Trawick Harrison -Issociate Professor of English 

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

Andrew Edward Harvey Issociate Professor of Modern Lani/uai/es 

A.B., Ph.D. 
Althea Hunt Associate Professor of Eni/lish and Dramatic Art 

A.B., A.M. 
Victor Iturralde -Issociate Professor of Spanish and French 

A.B.. Doctor en Lctras 
W. Melville Jones Associate Professor of English 

A.B., A.M. 

Ben Clyde McCary -Issociate Professor of French 

A.B.. Docteur tie Ll'liiversite de Toulouse 

William Walter Merrymon Associate Professor of Physics 

A.B.. .\.M., Ph.ri. 
James Wilkinson Miller Issociate Professor of Philosophy 

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

Peter Paul Peebles Associate Professor of Jurisprudence 

A.B.. B.S.. A.M., B.L.. LL.M. 

Beulah Russell Associate Professor of Mathematics 

A.B., A.M. 

George M. Small Associate Professor of Music 

Mus.B. 
Jean J, Stewart Associate Professor of Home Economics 

B.S., A.M. 

T. J. Stubbs, Jr Associate Professor of History 

A.B., A.M. 

Raymond Leech Taylor Associate Professor of Biology 

B.S., S.M., Sc.D. 

Kathleen Alsop Assistant Professor in Secretarial Sci nee 

A.B. 

Roy Phillip Ash Assistant Professor of Biology 

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

Martha Elizabeth Barksdale Issislani Professor of Physical Education 

A.B., A.M., O.D. (Denmark) 
Grace J. Blank Assistant Professor of Biology 

A.B, 
M. Eugene Borish Assistant Professor of English 

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

Harold Lees Fowler Assistant Professor of History 

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

Richard Hubard Henneman Assistant Professor of Psychology 

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

Lionel H. Lainc Assistant Professor of Government 

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

J. Wilfred Lambert Assistant Professor of Psychology 

A,B. 



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Geokck J. RvAS Issislaiil I'inhs.uir nj .huunl l.niii/unrifs 

A.B.. A.M., Pli.D. 
Em EI. M. Skinnfr hsisliinl I'lafissar nf .hi 

H s.. A.ir. 
Francks Stubbs hsisliinl t'nilissin nj l.i/nary Smnir 

A.H.. B.s. 
Al.MA W'li.KiN Issisliiiit i'niji-ssiir nj Hum- I: ai no mi is 

U.S. .\M. 
Elizabeth Powei.i, Hriickenbkoi cm ... Inslnnlm in I'iann 

I'up I "I iTkuTu-s IV-tticola, F. C. ]l..Iir, :ni.l .Inlin I'.iW.ll 

Merrim, Krow.'s Iitsliiiiliii in I'lihin S/^iakint/ 

A. II. 
F.Mii.v Ei.EASOR C.M.KINS I nsl r HI Inr in Mnlln malii s 

Leslie Cheek, Jr Inslrnilm in Iinr .his 

n.s., B.F.A. 
noROTHV Childress hislnuior in Siniiarial Sdrnir 

us. 
Eleanor Rliheriord CRAii.mi.i Spninl hislrniiar in Fin,- .his 

r. .s.. A.M. 
William Edward Dodd, Jr. . . , InslimUir in Ihslnry 

I'li.r,., .\M rii.ii. 
Otis Douglas hi Imilm in I'/iysiml liduuilion tinJ Sufinvisnr «/ hiliamurals 

B.s. 
Walter S. Foster Insli mini in I'/iysiis 

B.s. 
Robert M. Grikeev hislrmiar in Clr,- Club and hinlin 

A.B. 
Emily Moore Haii histnulnr in l-.m/hsli 

A.B,, A.M, 
JoiIK E. HOCUTT hull n< /III in C/irniislry 

1! s. 
Walter Edward Hoffman hislrm lur in .Im is/'indinir 

B.S., I.L.B. 
Esther Kessler hislrutiur in Sniiiayial Sdrncr 

B.s. 
John L.\tane Lewis hislnuior in Jnris/irudinrr 

A.B.. B.L., LL.M. 
Lucille Lowrv histruclor in I'liysiral Ednration 

B.S. 
Josephine Beverly Massei hisirudnr in Modiin I.iiniiniujis 

A.B., Dottore in Lettiiu (Flortiire) 
Robert C. McClelland Inslrmlor in .hiiirni I.iuu/iuii/rs 

A.B., A.M. 
Dayton Phillips Inslrnclnr in Ilisloiy 

A.B.. A.M. 
Irving R. Silverman histruclor in .hnirnl I.dni/mii/cs 

A.B. 
George Woodford Brown Lrtinrrr in Cliniial Fsyclmloi/y. and Supirinhndrnl nf 

M.n. thr Easlrrn Slalc Hospital 
James Lowrv Cooar . Lniurir in History 

A.B., A.M. 
Leonidas W, Irxmn l.nturrr on R,li,/ion 

B.D., D.D. 

Charles Leigh Riley l.nturrr in Uislory 

A.B,, A.M. 
Charles P. Sherman Lcdurrr on Rmnan. Canon, and Ci-vil l.aii. 

B.A.. LL.B., D.C.L., LL.D. 



The Colonial Echo 



IN MEMORIAM 




TO THE MEMORY 

of 

DR. JOSEPH LEROY GEIGER 



A man of tender ministries; a teacher of unselfish sacrifices; a friend of 
loving deeds; a scholar of heroic thought. ' His memory is ours to keep. 
To keep forever as sacred. ' His services for twenty years as head of 
the department of Philosophy and Psychology of the College of William 
and Mary, have constructed an enduring and scholarly shrine, and altar, 
before which profound scholarship and unsullied character may bow in 
humble reverence and unyielding devotion. 



BOOK TWO 



C L A S S E 5 




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SENIOR C L 



s s 




OFFICERS 

Eugene Barclay President 

WiLl-iAM Howard Vice-President 

Kate Bristow Secretary-Treasurer 



governor's 
palace 



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SENIOR 

CLASS 

1 936 



June Ackerman B.S. 

ASBURV PARK, N'. J. 

Delta Delta Delta; German Club; K. O. B. ; 

Flat Hat Circulation Staff; Asst. Baskethall 

Manager; Colonial Echo Staff '35. 



()li\ia Albertson A.B. 

ARI.INGTOV, K. J. 

Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Kappa Phi; Chi Delta 

Phi; \'ice-P^e^ident French Club, Treasurer; 

■rh(]mas R. Dew Economics Club; Seminar 

Club; J. Leslie Hall Literary Society. 



^I\R^• Elizabeth Allison . . . B.S. 

WARSAW, N. V. 

V. \V. C. A.; Freshman Cabinet; Clayton- 
Grimes Biological Club; Glee Club, Secre- 
tary; French Club; Thomas R. Dew Eco- 
nomics C^lub, Vice-President; Student Reli- 
gious Council, Secretary. 



Ruth G. Anyvvyll B.S. 

HARRISBURC, PENS'. 

Delta Delta Delta; Spanish Club; Clavton- 
C;rimes Biological Club; J. Leslie Hall Lit- 
erary Society; Library Science. 



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SENIOR 

CLASS 

1 936 




Lucy Locke Arnold B.S. 

NORFOLK, VA. 



Norfolk Division; Euclid Club; Choral Cii 
ion; V. \^^ C. A. 



B.S. 



Emily Jaxe Ayers .... 

WII.I.IAMSRL RC, \ A. 

\'\ Beta Phi; Thnni.i^ R. Dew Economic 
Chih. 



Eugene S. Barcl.\y . . 

NORFOLK, VA. 



B.S. 



Pi Kappa Alpha; Theta Chi Delta, Presi- 
dent; Phi Sigma, President; Omicron Delta 
Kappa, President; Vice-President, hiterfra- 
ternity Council ; Clayton-Grimes Biological 
Club; Senior-Sophomore Tribunal; ."Assistant 
Manager, Intramural Sports; President Sen- 
ior Class; Flat Hat Staff. 



Sle Montgomery Bea^lan 

RICllMOM), \'.\. 



A.B. 



Richmond Divi-i,,n ; T. Eeslie Hall I.iterarv 

Societv; V. W. C. A.; French Club; EucUi 

Club. 



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CLASS 

1936 



EsTHKR Adams Beebe A.B. 

MDNTCI.AIR, N'. J. 

Chi Omeija Hoiiiirary Musical Sncicty; Span- 

i-h Cliih, Secretary, \'ice-President ; French 

Club; Cierman Club; V. \V. C. A.; Glee 

Club; Colonial Echo Staff. 



B.S. 



\\'lLLIA.\I E. BeNXETT . 
ROAKOKE, VA. 



Sigma Pi; Kappa Phi Kappa, Treasurer; Y. 
M. C. A. 



ViRoixrA Benson A.B. 

I'L\r;OTEACUE, VA. 



y. I.e-Iie Hall Literary Society; Choral I'n- 
inii ; ^'. W. C. A. Cabinet, Music Chairman ; 
Student Religious Council; Euclid Club; 
Ili-ti;r> Club; Methodist Student Organiza- 
tion, President. 



Jean Evelyn Berry A.B. 

I.URAV, VA. 

Kappa Delta Pi; Spanish Club, Treasurer; 
Freshman Hockev; J. Leslie Hall Literarv 
Society; V. \V. ' C. " A. ; Student Religious 
Council; B. S. V. Council, President; Flat 
Hat Circulation Staff. 



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SENIOR 

CLASS 

1936 




Naxcv HuTcmxcs Blair 

[lAWII.I.E, VA. 



A.R. 



Averett College; Kappa Kappa C7anima ; ^'. 

W. C. A., Freshman Cabinet; J. Leslie Hall 

Literary Society; Library Science Club. 



E\'ERETTE Rl AKE . . . . 
WILTON, PA. 



B.S. 



Pi Kappa Alpha; \'arsity Football; Mono- 

yrani Club; Interfraternity Council; V. M. 

C. A.; Chairman, Senior Dance Committee; 

Cotillion Club. 



Arthur \V^illi.\?vi Blaker . . . B.S. 

CAMnEN, N. J. 

Phi Alpha; Indian Handbook, Associate Edi- 
tor; Vice-President, Athletic Association; 
President, Interfraternity Council ; President, 
Balfour Club; Freshman Football, Basket- 
ball, Baseball; Varsity Football; V^arsity Bas- 
ketball, Captain. 



Nellie Bloxtox A.B. 

WII.I.lAMSBl'Rr;, VA. 

East Carolina Teachers' College; Gamma 
Phi Beta. 



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senior 

CLASS 
1 936 



Robert I. Bosmax . . . 

NORFOLK, VA. 



B.S. 



Norfolk Division; Theta Delta Chi; Thcta 
Chi Delta; Phi Sigma; Clayton-Grimes Bio- 
logical Club, President. 



AXNE BoWEN A.B. 

POUSniNC MILL, VA. 

Salem College; Kappa Alpha Theta; History 
Club; J. Leslie Hall Literarv Societv; Y. W. 
C. A.; German Club; Flat Hat Staff; Dra- 
matic Club. 



Kate Gresham Bristow .... A.B. 

TAPPAIIAS'N'OCK, VA. 



Roberta Brittle B.S. 

FMPORLA, VA. 



Kappa Delta; German Club; V. \V. C. A.; 

Indian Handbook Staff; Section of Senior 

Class. 



\'irginia Interment; Phi Mu ; Varsity Hock- 
ey; \'arsity Basketball; Monogram Club; 
Fencing Squad; Intramural Council; Y. \V. 
C. A. 



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SENIOR 

CLASS 

1936 




Winifred M. Brougher . . . . B.S. 

WELLSVnXE, PENN. 

Gamma Phi Beta; Delta Psi Kappa, Treas- 
urer; Executive Council; Varsity Hockey 
Varsity Fencing; Varsity Basketball Squad 
Virginia All-State Reserve Hockey Team 
Assistant Manager Basketball ; Freshman 
Orientation Sponsor; Monogram Club Treas- 
urer; Y. W. C. A. Freshman Cabinet; Clay- 
ton-Grimes Biological Club; Apparatus Club ; 
Varsitv Track; Varsitv Baseball. 



Adimsox Reii) Brown B.S. 

CARKOII. PARK, I'FNS. 

Kappa Sigma; Alpha Kappa Psi ; Beta Alpha 
Psi; "13" Club; F. H. C. Society, Treasurer; 
Assistant Treasurer, Board of Control ; Sec- 
retary-Treasurer, Men's Student Body; Inter- 
fraternity Council; Freshman Football; Y. M. 
C. A.; Indian Handbook Staff; Varsity Base- 
ball, Manager. 



Elizabeth ]\IcD. Browse 

CHARLES TOWN, \V, \ A. 



B.S. 



Washington School of Physical Education ; 

Gamma Phi Beta; Y. W. C. A.; CJerman 

Club; J. Leslie Hall Literary Society. 



JoHX W. Bunting A.B. 

ClIIN'COTEACUE, VA. 

Lambda Chi Alpha; Flat Hat Staff; Philo- 

mathean Literary Society; Interfraternity 

Council. 



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CLASS 

1936 



Sue Burpeal A.B. 

\FU YORK CUV 

Thomas R. Dew Ecnnoniics Club; French 

Club; Lite-SaviiiK Cnrps; Assistant Hockey 

Manager. 



Elena Lois Blrr A.B. 

MANCIIESTKR, CONN. 

Mortar Hoard, Secretary; Phi Beta Kappa" 
J. Leslie Hall Literary Societv, President; Y. 
\V. C. A.; Spanish Club; French Club; Stu- 
dent Religious Council. 



James Rufus Bush B.S. 

Wll-I.IAMSBURC, \ A. 

Lake Forest College; Phi Eta Sigma; Presi- 
dent, Beta Alpha Psi; Phi Beta Kappa. 



Hei.ex Ruth Cannon. 

NORFOLK, VA. 



A.B. 



Norfolk llivision; Library Science Club. 



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CLASS 

1 936 




E^A^ 



Freo C. Casagrande R.S. 

sprint; i.akf, n'. ,t. 

Alpha Phi Delta; Chi Beta Phi, Stcre!ar\ ; 

t;ibhrins Cliih, President; Var-it> Ba-kethnll; 

Monogram Club. 



R. Bagwell Chandler R.S. 

OVANCnCK, v.\. 

Phocni.v Literary Society; Y. \L C. A. Aiulit- 
inj:; Committee. 



JOSEPHINE Louise Chexault . . A.R. 

RICHMOND, VA. 

Richmond Division; Phi Mu; Theta Alpha 

Phi, Treasurer; Dramatic Club; Glee Club; 

Choral Union; B. S. V. Council. 



Norma Coe A.R. 

PF.ARI, RHER, N. \. 



Eta Sigma Phi, Treasurer; French Club; Y. 
\V. C. A. 



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CLASS 

1936 



;\I\RTH\ M AXX CONXELLV . . . A.B. 
NOKR[SIOVVN, I'ENN. 

Chi Orrifga ; Seminar Club; Y. \V. C, A., 
Freshman Cabinet; Panhelleiiic Cduncil ; 
German Club; G. G. G. ; J. Leslie Hall Lit- 
erary Society. 



EncAR R. CoxxER, Jr. . 

MANASSAS, VA. 



B.S. 



Kappa Sigma; V. M. C. A.; Interfraternity 
Council; Baseball; Senior-Sophomore Tri- 
bunal ; Cotillion Club. 



Helex Llcile Conxer 

I KANFCK, \. J. 



A.B. 



Kappa Delta; Eta Sigma Phi; Kappa Delta 
Pi; Art Club, Treasurer; German Club. 



Herbert G. Councill, Jr. . 

IRAVKI.IN', \A. 



A.B. 



Philomathean Literary Society, President, Sec- 
retary, Chaplain; Student Religious Council; 
President, Methodist Students' S. S. Class; 
Seminar Club. 



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BETT^• CowiE B.S. 

SOUTH ORANGR, \. J. 

Phi Beta Kappa; Euclid Club; Rifle Club. 



Eli, IE Cox 



B.S. 



BARSEGAl, \". J. 



Clee Club; Clidial riiinii; Dance Club; J. 

Leslie Hall Literary Society; V. \V. C. A.; 

Thomas R. Dew Economics Club. 



Margery Croft A.B. 

BAI.A-CVNWM), PEN'S. 

Alpha Chi Omega; Mortar Board; J. Leslie 
Hall Literary Society, Program Chairman, 
Secretary; Debate Council, President; Indian 
Handbook Staff; Honor Council, Junior and 
Senior Representative ; Y. W. C. A. 



CvxTHiA Jane Crowell . . . . A.B. 

IIAMPION, \A. 

t'niversity of Denver; Associate Editor, Lit- 
erary Magazine. 



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AXX Cl'M.MINGS . . . . 
\ r:\vi OS, MAS 



B.S. 



Kappa Alpha Tlieta ; Delta Psi Kappa; 
Monogram Club; Fre>hmaii Basketball; Var- 
sity Basketball; Freshman Tenuis; Varsity 
Tennis Squad; Freshman Hockey; Varsity 
Hockey; Y. W. C. A.; Sophomore Triliunal ; 
Colonial Echo Staff; Judicial Council, Junior 
Representative ■ Richmond Road Dormitories, 
President; German Club; Chandler Hall, 
Vice-President; Senior Nominating Commit- 
tee; Student Swimming Instructor. 



(~)i.i\E Darlixg 

PORl JEFFERSOV, \. ^ . 



B.S. 



Alpha Chi Omega, President; Kappa Delta 
Pi; Debate Council, J. Leslie Hall Literary 
Society; Flat Hat Staff, Feature Editor; Colo- 
nial Echo Staff, Activities Editor, Associate 
Editor; Panhelleiuc Council; Literary Maga- 
zine, Circulation NLanager. 



William L. Davidsox, Jr. . . . B.S. 

.lONESVni.K, VA. 

Sigma Phi Epsilon; Phi Beta Kappa; Phi 
Kappa Phi; President, Sigma Pi Sigma; 
Philoinathean Literary Society, \'ice-President 
and Treasurer; Euclid Club, Vice-President; 
Wranglers' Club. 



Elizabeth Daugherty .... A.B. 

FAVETTEVir.I.E, \V. VA. 

West Virginia I'uiversity; Kappa Delta Pi; 
Historv Club; Student Religious Council; 
Clayton-Grimes Biological Club; J. Leslie 
Hall Literarv Societv; Choral I'nion; Y. W. 
C. A. 



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Margaret Dawson B.S. 

PEARSON', Ml). 

Delta Psi Kappa; Varsity Hockev; l.aCrosv 

Squad; Baseball; Track; Mnnngraiii Cluh; 

Spanish Club; V. \V. C. A. 



Alec Dempster .... 

EROOKIAN, N. V. 



A.B. 



Theta Delta Chi; Freshman Basketball Man- 
ager; Freshman, Sophomore, Junior Baseball 
Manager; Swimming Manager; Assistant 
.Advertising Manager, Literary Magazine; 
Colonial Echo Editorial Staff; Business Man- 
ager, Flat Hat; Wranglers' Club; Cotillion 
Club; Spanish Club, Treasurer and Presi- 
dent; International Relations Cluh; Presi- 
dent's Aide; Dramatics; Mcmograni Club. 



JOHX F. DiA.MENT . . . 

BRIDGKION, \. J. 



B.S. 



Sigma -Alpha Epsilon; Beta .-Mpha P^i ; Sen- 
ior-Sophomore Tribunal. 



Axx Dickerson A.B. 

RICHMOXn, VA. 

Transfer, Richmond Division; Kappa Delta 
Pi; Euclid Club; Librarv Science Club, 



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Sarah Dobbs A.B. 

ATLANTA, GA. 

Kappa Alpha Theta; Chi Delta Phi; Kappa 
Omicron Phi; Mortar Board; Panhelienic 
Council, Secretary, President; Flat Hat Staff, 
Assistant Sports Editor; German Club; Exec- 
utive Council; J. Leslie Hall Literary So- 
ciety ; Y. \V. C. A. ; Senior Nominating Com- 
mittee. 



Cecil Wray Doss A.B. 

GLADE HILL, VA. 

Sigma Pi; Kappa Phi Kappa, Vice-President; 

History Club; V. M. C. A.; Clayton-Grimes 

Biological Club; Philomathean Literary So- 

cictv. 



Mary Faye Dolgherty .... B.S. 

MENDOTA, VA. 



Transfer, Radford College: Iri Sigma; Kap- 
pa Delta Pi; German Club. 



SiAiox E. Dlffin, Jr A.B. 

DORCHESTER, MASS. 
Transfer, Dartmouth College. 



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M. AxxE Edwards B.S. 

MERIOK, PEN'N. 

Kappa Delta; H2E Club; Delta Psi Kappa, 
President, Treasurer; Kappa Delta Pi; 
Freshman Hockey, Captain; Freshman Bas- 
ketball Squad; Varsity Hockey; Varsity 
Fencing, Captain; \'arsity LaCrosse; Fresh- 
iTian Orientation Sponsor; Monogram Club, 
Secretary, President; Williamsburg Hoard of 
Basketball Officials, Secretary; \'irginia State 
Hockev Team; Apparatus Club; Panhellciiic 
Council; Y. W. C. A.; Badminton Club. 



Frederic Arnold Eidsness . . . B.S. 

AI.KXANDRIA, VA. 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon ; Omicron Delta Kap- 
pa; Chi Beta Phi, President; Phi Sigma, 
Vice-President; Honorary Music Society; 
\'ice-President, Men's Student Body; Presi- 
dent, Men's C;iee Club; Freshman Swim- 
ming; Varsity Swimming, Captain; Histo- 
rian, Senior Class; Sports Editor, Indian 
Handbook; Monogram Club; Interfraternit> 
Council. 



Samuel H. Elliott A.B. 

FORT WAVSE, I\l). 

Theta Delta Chi; Theta Alpha Phi; Varsit> 
Track; Cross-Country Track; Manager, 
Freshman Basketball Team; Wranglers' 
Club, President; International Relations Club, 
President; Indian Handbook, Associate Edi- 
tor; Dramatic Club; Interfraternity Council; 
Debate Council; Monogram Club. 



Constance Ettridge B.S. 

WINTHROP HIGHLANDS, MASS. 

T. Leslie Hall Literary Society; Y. W. C. A.; 
Dance Club; Clayton-Grimes Biological Club. 



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Ann Farleigh A.B. 

HOPKINSVILI.E, KV. 

Transfer, Randolph-Macon Women's Col- 
lege; Kappa Alpha Theta ; History Cluh; J. 
Leslie Hall Literary Society; Y. \V. C. A.; 
tJerman Club; Boot and Spur Club. 



K ATHRVX FeRGL SON A.B. 

Al.I.ENHURST, N. J. 

Delta Delta Delta; Euclid Club; Y. \V. C. 
A.; J. Leslie Hall Literary Societv; German 
Club"; Judicial Council; K. O. B. ; History 
Club, Secretary, Treasurer, Vice-President; 
Flat Hat Circulation Staff; Seminar Club. 



Elizabeth Anne Fieser .... A.B. 

nETHESDA, MIJ. 



Kappa Kappa Gamma; German Club; Dance 
Club; 1. Leslie Hall Literary Society; Span- 
ish Club; French Club, 



\ViLLiAM Fitch A.B. 

washinctov, d. c. 

Fransfer, George Washington University 
Fheta Delta Chi; Omicron Delta Kappa 
Flat Hat Club, President; Theta Alpha Phi 
Tau Kappa Alpha, \'ice-President ; Dramatic 
Club, President; Literary Magazine, Busi- 
ness Manager; \'arsity Swimming Manager; 
International Relations Club; Flat Hat Staff. 



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TH()^tAS Gaxxawav B.S. 

BRISTOL, VA. 

Traiij-fer, King College; Sigma Nu; \'ai:i:> 
Fencing. 



Fran'ces Garrett B.S. 

XVVTHEVIl.I.E, VA. 

-Alpha Chi Omega; ]. Leslie Hall Litcrarv 
Society; V. W. C. A.; KuclicI Club. 



William P. Gove, Jr B.S. 

SAI.EM, MASS. 



Mary Pinxkney Gravatt . . . B.S. 

BI.ACKSTON'E, VA. 



Lambda Chi Alpha; Flat Hat Club; Alpha 
Kappa Psi ; Freshman Swimming; Varsity 
Swimming; Flat Hat StafF; Literary Maga- 
zine, Business Staff. 



Transfer, Blackstone College; Kappa Kappa 

Gamma; Kappa Delta Pi; Kappa Omicron 

phi, \'ice-President ; J. Leslie Hall Literary 

Society; German Club. 



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Virginia Grl ss A.R. 

ROCKVII.I.F. CENTER, I.. I. 



French Cluh; Seminar CluH; Thcimas R. Pev 
Ecoiininics Club; Ciibh')ns Club 



Mahei, R. Haolev B.S. 

PHILADELPHIA, PENS'. 

Kappa Delta; V. W. C. A.; J. Leslie Hall 

Literarv Societv; Clavtnn-CSrimev Biological 

Club. 



JoHx Charles Hanna 

CdVlNGTON, \ A. 



Henry J. Harlow 

SHREWSBURY, MASS. 



College Band; Dance OrdicMra; CJihbnn' 
Club. 



Transfer, Massachusetts State College; Sigma 
Nu; Euclid Club; Cotillion Club. 



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\Vii,M \M J. Harman, Jr B.S. 

PVI.ASKl, VA. 

Kappa Sigma; Btta Alpha Psl, I'rca^urcr; 

Alpha Kappa Psi ; "13" Club; Y. M. C. A.; 

Coiillion Club; Auditing Committee; Pre>i- 

dent's Aide; Flat Hat Business Staff. 



J. A. Harrison' .... 

\vARni;i.i), VA. 



B.S. 



Clayton-Grimes Biological Club; Y. M. C. 
A.; Phoeni.x Literarv Societv. 



James G. Harvell, Jr B.S. 

WAKEFIELD, VA. 



Marion Hobrs A.B. 

BROWVII.I.K, N. 1". 



Lambda Chi Alpha; Theta Chi Delta, Corre- 
sponding Secretary; Monogram Club; Fresh- 
man Baseball; Varsity Baseball. 



Kappa ."Mpha Thi'ta ; ^'. \V. C. A.; German 
Club; French Club. 



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EinVARI) X. HOLLADAV B.S. 

SMITHVII.I.E, VA. 

Sigma Pi; Senior-Sophomore Tribunal; 
Freshman, Sophomore Manager, Baseball; 
Interfraternity Council, President; Debate 
Council, Vice-Pre-ident ; V. M. C. A.; Colo- 
nial Echo Staff; Philomathean Literary So- 
ciety; Cotillion Club; Srudent Director, Ath- 
letics; Senior Entertainment Committee; \'ar- 
sity Football Manager; Monogram Club. 



Naxcv Holland A.B. 

HOLLAND, VA. 

Phi Eeta Kappa; Phi Kappa Phi; Kappa 

Delta Pi; Eta Sigma Phi, President; French 

Club. 



Rachel Hopkins A.B. 

NORFOLK, VA. 

Transfer, Norfolk Division; French Club; T- 

Leslie Hall Literary Society; Y. W. C. A.\ 

Bruton Student Fellowship. 



Nancy Horn B.S. 

BALTIMORE, MD. 

Gamma Phi Beta; Delta Psi Kappa, Vice- 
President; \'arsity Basketball, Captain; Var- 
sity Hockey; \'arsity Fencing; HiV. Club; 
Monogram Club; Sophomore Tribunal; Dance 
Club; Track; LaCrosse; Baseball; All-Vir- 
ginia State Hockey Team. 



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WiLLiAivi F. Howard B.S. 

NORKOIK, VA. 

Transfer, Norfolk Division; Kappa Sigma; 

Vice-President, Senior Class; Euclid Club; 

Clayton-Grimes Biological Club; Y. M. C. 

A.; Phoenix Literar\ Societw 



Ar AREI.I.K V. HlRRARD A.B. 

I>l AIM IKI I), N". J. 

Chi Omega; Theta Alpha Phi, President; 
Dramatic Club; German Club; G. G. C!. ; 
Seminar Club; Thomas R. Dew Club of Eco- 
nomics, Secretary-Treasurer; Flat Hat Staff; 
Literary Magazine Staff. 



Sara M. Hunt B.S. 

JK)-KS, VA. 



Phi Mu; I. Leslie JLill Literarv Society; V. 
\V. C. A. 



Ikwix a. J.\si.()\v 

NKW BEDKORn, MASS. 



B.S. 



Phi Alpha; Chi Beta Phi; Balfnur Club, 
\'ice-Presideiit ; Philomathean Literar\" So- 



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Louise Elizabeth Jones .... B.S. 

NORFOLK, VA. 



Pi Beta Phi; Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Sigma, 

Secretary; Clayton-Grimes Biiilogical Club, 

Secretarv; German Club. 



EinvARo K ATZ B.S. 

BROOKLYN", v. V. 

Chi Beta Phi; Sigma Pi Sigma; Theta Chi 

Delta; Euclid Club; Senior Gift Committee; 

Phoenix Literarv Societv. 



Robert I\or Kelley B.S. 

NORIH ANDOVER, MASS. 

Sigma Alpha Epsiloii; .Alpha Kappa P>i ; 
"13" Club, Vice-Pre-ideiit; Vice-President, 
Honor Council; Vice-President, Cotillion 
Club; Spanish Club; Football; Glee Club; 
Gibbons Club; Circulation Manager, Literary 
Magazine; Interfraternity Council. 



Alice Kext A.B. 

WIRTZ, VA. 

Kappa Oelta Pi, Corresponding Secretary; 
Euclid Club, \'ice-President ; J. Leslie Hall 
Literary Society; French Club; Y. \V. C. \. 



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Mary Mershon Kessler , 

Bl.ACKSBURG, VA. 



A.R. 



Transfer, I'niversitv of \Vashiiif;toii ; (kitnma 
Phi Beta; Phi Beta Kappa; Chi Delta Phi, 
President, Treasurer; Freshman Orientation 
Sponsor; Fiat Hat Staff; Y. \V. C. A.; Ger- 
man Club; Colonial Echo; Panhellenic 
Council. 



AxNE Keyser A.B. 

IMST HII.I,, \A. 

T. Lc-lie Hall Literary Society; V. \V. C. A.; 
Clayton-Grimes Biological Cluh ; Debate 
Council, B. V. P. U. Council; International 
Relations Club; Literary Magazine, Assistant 
Editor. 



Helex Sibell.a Kimmel 

HAMPTON, VA. 



A.B. 



Kappa Kappa Cjamma ; Dance Club; J. Les 

lie Hall Literary Society; Y. W. C. A. 

French Club; German Club. 



JuLl.A KxiGHT B.S. 

BL'ENA VISTA, VA. 

Thomas R. Dew Economics Club; ^'. \V. C. 
A.; Euclid Club; German Club. 



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Paul Moffett Lambert .... B.S. 

NEWTON CENTER, MASS. 

SiKina Alpha Epsilon ; Chi Het:i Phi, Prf>i- 

deiit; Phoenix Literary Siiciet\ ; F'hi Bita 

Kappa. 



^VII.l.I\M E. LeGrande .... A.B. 

lANCHBlIRO, VA. 

Sigma .Alpha Epsiloii; "13' Club, President; 
Freshman Football; N'arsity Football; Co- 
Captain; Freshman Swimming; Varsity 
Swimming, Captain; Freshman Track; Var- 
sity Track; Monogram Club; Intcrtraternity 
Council; Phoenix Literarv Society; V. M. C. 
A.; Colonial Echo Staff ;' Cotillion Club, Sec- 
retary-Treasurer; .'Associate Editor, Indian 
Handbook; Flat Hat Staff; Junior Class Poet. 



Fraxk a. MacDonald . . 

\\ n.I.IAMSBURC, yA. 



A.H. 



Phi Beta Kappa; Varsity Fencing, Captain 
Nlonogram Club. 



Ei.EAXoR McCalli M . . 

CHlI.llCOTilE, OHIO 



A.B. 



Kappa .Mpha Theta ; Kappa Delta Pi; Eu- 
clid Club; Flat Hat Staff; French Club; J. 
Leslie Hall Literary Society; tJerman Club; 
Y. W. C. k. 



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A. Crichtox McCltcheox 

PETERSBURG, VA. 



A.R. 



Sigma Phi Epsilon; liuiiaii Handbonk, A^sn- 
ciate Editor; Flat Hat Staff; Assistant Track 
Manager, '33-'35; Interfraternitv Council; 
Y. M. C. A.; Cotillion Club, President; Edi- 
tor-in-Chief, Colonial Echo. 



ViRGixiA E. McDaxiel . 

NOREOI.K, VA. 



A.B. 



•I'ranster. Xorfolk Oivlsiun; Chi Oniefja ; J. 
Leslie Hall Literarv Societv ; V. W. C. A. 



Lois McEwex B.S. 

OAK PARK, IM.. 



JoUX R(^)GHRS AIapi' 

MACIlIPOS( 



B.S. 



Transfer, Beloit College; Pi Beta Phi; J. 

Leslie Hall Literary Society; Y. W. C. Ai ; 

Thomas R. Dew Economics Club, President; 

German Club; Seminar Club. 



Theta Delta Chi; Pi Delta Epsilon, Vice- 
President; Phi Sigma; Tau Kappa Alpha; 
Varsity Fencing Manager; Flat Hat, Man- 
aging Editor; Indian Handbook, Fraternity 
and Social Editor; Honor Council; Interfra- 
ternity Council ; International Relations Club. 



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1936 



Berenice Marston A.B. 

URB.WNA, VA. 

Eta Sijjma Phi; French Club; V. W. C. A.; 
J. Le^lie Hall Literary Society; Judicial 
Council; President, Jefferson Hall; Senior 
Nominating Committee; Freshman Basketball. 



Thelma Martin . . . 

RICHMOVn, VA. 



A.B. 



Eta Sigma Phi; French Club; Clayton- 

(Jrimes Biological Club; Choral Union; 

Dance Club; Y. W. C. A.; J. Leslie Hall 

Literary Society. 



George IMason A.B. 

COI.OKIAI, BEACH, VA. 

Kappa Alpha; Omicron Delta Kappa, Presi- 
dent; "13" Club; President, Men's Student 
Government; President, Junior Class; Var- 
sity Baseball Manager; Honor Council; Co- 
tillion Club; Interfraternity Council; Reli- 
gious Council; Flat Hat Staff. 



LoL isE Merkle A.B. 

CRANFORn, \'. J. 

Transfer, New Jersey College for Women; 
Kappa Delta; J. Leslie Hall Literary Society; 
Leader, Freshman Dramatic Group; Dra- 
matic Club, \'ice-Presidcnt ; (Jerman Club; 
K. O. B.; Flat Hat Circulation Staff; Senior 
Gift Committee. 



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DoMixic J. Menoldi A.B. 

CAMDEN', N. J. 

Alpha Phi Delta; tJibbnns Club; V. M. C. 
A.; Band; Glee Club; Fre>hinaii Baseball. 



Sara Miller 

WII-I.IAMSBURG, VA. 

Glee Club; Choral Union. 



A.B. 



Dixie Moore B.S. 

EASTVII.LE, VA. 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Omicron Delta Kap- 
pa; Freshman Baseball; Varsity Baseball, 
Captain; Manager, Varsity Basketball; In- 
dian Handbook StafF; Philomathean Literary 
Swietv. 



Frances Bray Moreland 

HAMPTON, VA. 



A.B. 



Gamma Phi Beta; Tau Kappa Alpha, Vice- 
President; Mortar Board, President; German 
Club, President, Secretary; Debate Council, 
President, \'ice-President, Secretary, Treas- 
urer; Flat Hat Staff, Associate Editor, Man- 
aging Editor; Dramatics, Advertising Com- 
mittee ; G. G. G. ; V. W. C. A. ; Sophomore 
Tribunal ; Freshman Debate Team. 



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NORMAX J. M. iVIURRAY . 

WILLIAMSBURG, VA. 



B.S. 



Theta Chi Delta; Chi Beta Phi, Vice-Presi- 
dent; Freshman Football; Varsity Football; 
Freshman Track; Varsity Track; Monogram 
Club; Spanish Club; Clavton-Grimes Biolog- 
ical Club. 



O. WiLi.ARi) Murray B.S. 

NORFOLK, VA. 

Kappa Sigma; Chi Beta Phi; Clavton-Grimes 
Biological Club; V. M. C. A. 



RoswELL Natal A.B. 

CAMDEN, N. J. 

Transfer, South Jersev College and Law 
School; Pi Lambda Phi'; Historv Club, Presi- 
dent; Flat Hat Staff; V. M. 'C. A.; Dra- 
matics. 



Marjory Nesbitt A.B. 

BALTI.MORE, Ml). 

Alpha Chi Omega; Thomas R. Dew Econom- 
ics Club; French Club; V. \V. C. A.; J. 
Leslie Hall Literary Society; Flat Hat Circu- 
lation Staff. 



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Jlliax Harris Nixon A.B. 

NORFOLK, VA. 

Kappa Phi Kappa, President ; Phcieiiix Lit- 
erary Society; V. M. C. A.; Rifle Club. 



Alfred B. Omohlxdro .... B.S. 

LVEI.I.S, VA. 

Transfer, Division; Euclid Club; V. M. C. 
A.; Phoenix Literary Societx ; Clayton- 
Grimes Biological (^hib. 



Rlsswsn Otis A.B. 

NEWPORT NEWS, VA. 

Chi Delta Phi; French Club; J. Le-lie Hall 

Literary Societv ; Choral I'nion ; German 

Club. 



Jane Parker B.S. 

NORFOLK, VA. 

Transfer, Norfolk Division; Kappa Alpha 

Theta ; Kappa Omicron Phi ; Y. W. C. A. ; 

J. Leslie Hall Literary Society. 



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Elizabeth Browning Payne , 

rixevvili.e, va. 



A.B. 



Margaret Lucille Peek 

NORFOLK, VA. 



A.B. 



Transfer, George Washington University ; 
Clavton-Grimes Biological Club; Euclid Club. 



Transfer, Norfolk Division; Kappa Kappa 
Gamma; Kappa Delta Pi, President; Chi 
Delta Phi, Treasurer; Panhellenic Council; 
J. Leslie Hall Literary Society; Y. \V. C. .\. 



Ruth Elizabeth Personius 

WAVF.RIA', N. V. 



B.S. 



E. Louis Phillips, Jr. . . 

KRAKKI.lNVn.I.U, N". 1. 



. B.S. 



Chi Omega; Y. W. C. A.; Clayton-Grimes 
Biological Club, Secretary, Vice-President, 
President; Judicial Council; Senior Nomi- 
nating Committee; Vice-President, President, 
Chandler Hall; Seminar Club; Intramurals; 
German Club; Varsity Hockey Manager; 
Monogram Club. 



Phi Knppa Tau ; .-Mpha Kappa Psi ; Flat 
Hat, Circulation Manager. 



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Louis Plummer B.S. 

HAMILTOK, OHIO 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon ; Freshman Track; 
Varsity Track; Monogram Cluh. 



Francis H. Pretlow B.S. 

SUFFOLK, VA. 

Sigma Pi; Beta Alpha Hsi ; Philomnthean 
Literary Society; \'. M. (". A. 



Elsie Qlinlan A. 15. 

NORFOLK, VA. 

Transfer, Norfolk Division; Chi Omega; |. 

Leslie Hall Literary Society; Gihhons Cluh; 

Thomas R. Dew Economics Cluh. 



X'loi.ET Ramsey A.B. 

ROCKY MOUNT, VA. 



.'\lpha Chi Omega; Lihrarv Science Cluh, 

President; V. \V. C. A.; J. Leslie Hall Lit- 

erarv Societv. 



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Arthur V. Ratcliffe, Jr. . . . B.S. 

APPAI.AClllA, VA. 
Lambda Chi Alpha. 



Joseph A. Redford B.S. 

PORTSMOUTH, VA. 

Transfer, Norfolk Division; Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon; Phi Sigma; Theta Chi Delta; Var- 
sity Basketball Squad; Varsity Baseball 
Squad. 



Anne C.ary Renforth A.B. 

YORKTOWN, VA. 

Chi Omega; Fre^hmar^ Orientation Sponsor; 
J. Leslie Hall Literary Society, Vice-Presi- 
dent, Treasurer; (German Club; (}. G. G. ; 
History Club. 



N.ANC-s- Cole Reveley A.B. 

RICHMOND, VA. 

Transfer, Richmond Division; Phi Mu; 

Kappa Delta Pi, Recording Secretary; Eta 

Sigma Phi, Vice-President. 



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G. Randolph Reyxolds .... B.S. 

USIOKVILLE, \\\. 

Phoenix Literary Society; Y. M. C. A. 



HixNS Ellis Rhodes A.B. 

WINDSOR, VA. 

Pi Kappa Alpha; Tan Kappa Alpha; Presi- 
dent, International Relations Ckib; Secretary, 
Wranglers' Club; \'arsity Track; Monogram 
C'luh; Debate Council; Debate Team; Fresh- 
man Debate Team; Interfraternity Council; 
Phoenix Literary Society. 



Thom.as Richards A.B. 

CRANFORD, N'. J. 

Kappa Sigma; Tau Kappa .'\lpha ; Flat Hat, 

Associate F.clitor; President's Aide; Senior 

Gift Committee; Spanish Cluh. 



Virginia Roach 

martiksvili.e, va. 



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Helen Rose A.B. 

WILLIAMSBURG, VA. 

Art Club; Literary Magazine, Associate Edi- 
tor; Clavtoii-Grimes Biological Club; J. Les- 
lie HallLiterary Society; Y. W. C. A.; Ele- 
mentarv Education Club. 



M ARV Jean Roth A.B. 

LORAIN", OHIO 

Chi Omega; Mortar Board; Honor Council, 
Secretary; V. \V. C. A., Freshman Cabinet 
President, Secretary, Vice-President, Presi- 
dent; Seminar Club; German Club; Indian 
Handbook Staff, Associate Editor. 



Andrew Sale B.S. 

NORFOLK, VA. 

Theta Delta Chi; Varsity Track; V. M. C. A. 



MAR^• Sallski RV . . . . 

WKSTKIELD, N. J. 



A.B. 



Kappa Delta Pi; French Club; Euclid Club; 
History Club; I. Leslie Hall Literary So- 
ciety; Y. W. C. A.; Glee Club; Choral 
Union; Dance Club; Life-Saving Corps. 



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Herbert K. Salter B.S. 

NEWTON, MASS. 

Honorary Music Society ; Orchestra, Vice- 
President; Band, Vice-President; Dance Or- 
chestra, Leader; Glee Club; String Quartet. 



Elizabeth Sanders A.B. 

NORFOLK, VA. 
Transfer, Norfolk DiviMon. 



Alliexe Easox Saunders . 

NORFOLK, VA. 



A.B. 



Transfer, Farmville State Teachers' College; 

Phi Mu; Kappa Delta Pi, \'ice-President ; J. 

Leslie Hall Literary Society; V. \V. C. A.; 

German Club. 



Jaaies N. Sa\-edge . . . 

WAKEFIELU. VA. 



B.S. 



Sigma Nu; Flat Hat Club; Honor Council; 
Freshman Baseball ; Varsity Baseball ; Fresh- 
man Football; Monogram Club; Interfrater- 
nitv Council, Secretarv-Treasurer ; V. M. C. 
A.; Spanish Club. 



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Sarah Scammon .... 

NEWPORT NEWS, VA. 



A.B. 



Alpha Chi Omega; J. Leslie Hall Literarv 
Society; Y. W. C. A.; History Club; French 
Club, Vice-President; Judicial Council; Sen- 
ior Nominating Committee; President, Brown 
Hall. 



Samcel O. Schlapfer A.B. 

FLEMINGTON, N. J. 

Transfer, Ohio Wesleyan University; Phi 

Kappa Tau; Freshman Football; Freshman 

Track; Flat Hat Staff; Interfraternlty 

Council. 



Karin Serrell A.B. 

LEONIA, K. J. 

Transfer, Skidmore College; Phi Mu; Kappa 

Delta Pi; hn Club; Dramatic Club; V. \V. 

C. A.; J. Leslie Hall Literary Society. 



Henry G. Seymour A.B. 

NEW YORK, N. V. 

Phi Kappa Tau; Phi Beta Kappa; Omicron 
Delta Kappa; "13" Club; Phi Kappa Phi; 
Pi Delta Epsilon, President; Eta Sigma Phi; 
Tau Kappa ."Mpha, Secretary-Treasurer; Edi- 
tor-in-Chief, Flat Hat; President, Men's 
Honor Council ; Spanish Club. 



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Margaret M. Sheahan . 
nk\\' york, x. v. 



B.S. 



Transfer, Savage School ot Physical Educa- 
tion; Colonial Echo Staff; Flat Hat Staff; 
Varsity Basketball ; Varsity Hockey ; LaCrosse 
Squad; J. Leslie Hall Literary Society; Clay- 
ton-Grimes Biological Club; Intramural Di- 
rector, Chandler Hall. 



Sarah Sheltox .... 

NORFOLK, V,\. 



A.B. 



Transfer, Norfolk Division; Kappa Delta; 
Flat Hat Staff; Y. W. C. A.; Elementary 
Education Club; International Relations 
Club; J. Leslie Hall Literary Society; Ger- 
man Club. 



Cl-^de Eggi.eston Sheltox . . . A.B. 

NORrOLK, VA. 

Transfer, Randolph-Macon College and Nor- 
folk Division; Pi Kappa Alpha; Program 
Chairman, Philomathean Literary Society ; 
Senior Gift Committee; V. M. C. A.; Cotil- 
lion Club. 



Jay Fraxcis Si.mpsox, Jr. . . . B.S. 

BOSTON, MASS. 

Sigma Phi Epsilon ; Alpha Kappa Psi ; Flat 
Hat Club, Secretary; "13" Club; Omicron 
Delta Kappa; Editor-in-Chief, Indian Hand- 
book; Associate Editor, Colonial Echo; Asso- 
ciate Editor, Literarv Magazine; Sports Edi- 
tor, Flat Hat; Gibbons Club; Cotillion Club; 
Y. M. C. A.; Wranglers' Club, Secretary; 
Dramatics; Freshman Football; Freshman 
Baseball; Varsity Swimming; Debate Team. 



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Helen Skofield B.S. 

HAMPTON, VA. 

Pi Beta Phi; Phi Kappa Omicron ; Kappa 

Omicron Phi, President, Treasurer; Kappa 

Delta Pi, Treasurer; Phi Kappa Phi; B. Y. 

P. U. Council. 



M.ARV A. Smith A.B. 

NEW YORK, N". V. 



Phi Mu; French Club; Art Club, President; 
J. Leslie Hall Literary Society. 



Emily Sneed A.B. 



TOANO, VA. 



Delta Delta Delta; Phi Kappa Phi; German 
Club; French Club; Art Club; Fine Arts. 



Charlotte Stebbins B.S. 

WILLIAMSBURG, VA. 

Phi Kappa Phi; Thomas R. De« Economics 
Club, President; Y. \V. C. A. 



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Jane M. Steele A.B. 

I.ONGVIKW, TEXAS 

Pi Beta Phi; Chi Delta Phi; Flat Hat Staff, 
Feature Editor, Social Editor, Assistant Man- 
aging Editor, Associate Editor; Colonial 
Echo Staff, Associate Editor; Sorority Court, 
President; Judicial Council; Panhellenic 
Council; Freshman Orientatio[i Sponsor; J. 
Leslie Hall Literary Society; Homecoming 
Day, Chairman; Seminar Club; French Club; 
German Club; K. O. 15.; V. \V. C. A. 



Adele Stephenson' A.B. 

IVOR, VA. 

Kappa Delta; Varsity Hockey; Varsity Bas- 
ketball; Freshman Hockey; Freshman Basket- 
ball; Monogram Club; Executive Council, 
Secretary, Treasurer, Freshinan Representa- 
tive; International Relations Club; Judicial 
Council Chairman ; Sophomore Tribunal ; V. 
W. C. A.; Thomas R. Dew Economics Club; 
Baseball Club; Apparatus Club; Intramural 
Council ; Ciernuin Club. 



Virginia Dix Sterling B.S. 

PHILADELPHIA, PENN. 

Kappa Delta; Delta Psi Kappa, Secretary; 
Varsity Hockey, Captain and Manager; Var- 
sity Fencing; Baseball; Swimming; Track; 
Freshman Hockey; Varsity LaCrosse; Presi- 
dent, Women's Intercollegiate Fencing Asso- 
ciation; Varsity Basketball; Monogram Club, 
Secret.iry; Dance Club, President, Secretary- 
Treasurer; Apparatus Club. 



Marion Stuart B.S. 

I.nTLE FALLS, v. J. 

Alpha Chi Omega; Thcinias R. Dew Eco- 
nomics Club. 



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Eugene Tallev B.S. 

ROXBURY, VA. 

Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Kappa Phi; Theta Chi 
Delta, \'ice-Presicleiit; Euclid Club, \'ice- 
Presiilent; I'hoenix Literary Society, Treas- 
urer. 



Jane M. Tanner A.B. 

WESTFIELD, N. J. 

Varsity Hockey; Varsity Tennis; LaCrosse 
Squad; Assistant Intramural Manager; Bas- 
ketball Squad; Fencing; Y. W. C. A.; Flat 
Hat Staff; Monogram Club. 



Jean Tenney B.S. 

HACERSTOXVN-, MD. 



Transfer, St. Marv Female Seminary, Junior 
College; Pi Beta Phi; Delta Psi" Kappa; 
Kappa Delta Pi; Theta Alpha Phi, Secre- 
tary; Phi Kappa Phi; Dramatic Club; J. 
Leslie Hall Literary Society; Fencing, Co- 
Manager; Monograin Club; Rifle Club; 
Hockey Squad; Swimming Instructor; Arch- 
ery; Virginia, Old Dominion, and Maryland 
State Archery Champion. 



Pauline Thomas A.B. 

HAMPTON, VA. 



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M ARCARKT E. Thompson .... B.S. 

lOREST HIM,, MD. 

Sijjma Pi Sigma, Secrctarv-Treasurer ; Euclid 
Club; Y. \V. C. A.; Christian Endeavor, 
Secretary-Treasurer; Student Religious Coun- 
cil ; Judicial Council ; Vice-President, Presi- 
dent Barrett Hall ; Senior Nominating Com- 
mittee ; Senior Entertainment Committee. 



1?FATRICE ToRREXCE . . . 
HOT SPRINGS, VA. 



A.B. 



Eta Sigma Phi; French Cluh; International 
Relations Cluh; Treasurer, Secretary, Presi- 
dent, Athletic Association; Vice-President, 
Executive Council; Sophomore Tribunal; 
Honor Council; Tennis Manager; \'arsity 
Tennis Manager, Intramural Sports; Rifle 
Club; Freshman Hockey; Freshman Orienta- 
tion Sponsor; Monogram Cluh. 



DoROTH'S" ToULOX .... 
WASIIIVGTON', D. C. 



A.B. 



Kappa Alpha Theta ; Flat Hat Staff, Wom- 
en's Managing Editor; \'ice-President, Jun- 
ior Class; French Club; German Club, Vice- 
President; International Relations Club, Sec- 
retary-Treasurer; J. Leslie Hall Literar\ 
Society; Colonial Echo Staff. 



Mabel Elizabeth Tl rxer . . . A.B. 

NORFOLK, VA. 

Transfer, Norfolk Division; Kappa Delta; 

Eta Sigma Phi; V. W. C. A.; J. Leslie Hall 

Literarv Societv; German Club. 



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Doris Vax Dien" A.R. 

ESSEX i EI.I.S, N. J. 

Phi Mu; Phi Kappa Phi; Phi Sigma; Phi 
Beta Kappa; Mortar Board; Art Club; Judi- 
cial Committee, Freshman Representative, 
Secretar\' ; President, Executive Council; Flat 
Hat Circulation Staff; Italian Club, Treas- 
urer; J. Leslie Hall Literary Society, Secre- 
tary. 



Margaret Vax Oot B.S. 

RICHMOND, VA. 

Delta Delta Delta; Mortar Hoard, Vice-Pres- 
ident; Honor Council, Junior Representative, 
Chairinan; Freshman Orientation Sponsor; 
President, Sophomore Tribunal ; Panhellenic 
Council; French Club; Debate Council; Cup 
Debater; V. W. C. A., Freshman Cabinet; 
(Jerman Club; (!. G. C). ; Seminar Club. 



Criffox C. Wakefield 
portsmolith, va. 



B.S. 



lldWARI) W ALDEX . . 
JAMAICA, VA. 



B.S. 



Sigma Nu; Clayton-Cirimes Biological Club; 
Philomathean Literary Societv ; V. M. C. .\. 



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1936 




Frances Walker . . . 

RICIlMnSl), VA. 



B.S. 



XoKi. Walker, Jr. . . . 

TAZEWEr.L, VA. 



H.S. 



Transfer, Richmond College, Richmond Divi- 
sion; Gamma Phi Beta; Kappa Delta Pi; 
Y. \V. C. .\.; Elementary Education Club, 
President; J. Leslie Hall Literary Society; 
German Club; Art Club; \'icc-Presi(lcnt, 
Jefferson Hall. 



Sigma Phi Epsilon ; Cotillion Club; Inter- 
fraternity Council ; Philomathean Literary 
Society; French Club; Spanish Club. 



CoRIN'XE (SrEGORV \\'\LL . 
SOLDI iin I,, \ A. 



A.H. 



RoHERT S. \V\LLAt'E, Jr. 
POCAFION 1 AS, VA. 



B.S. 



Kappa Delta; Judicial Council; J. Leslie 

Hall Literar\ Societv; \'. W. C. A. ; CJerman 

Club. 



Pi Kappa .Alpha; Beta .Alpha Psi ; Freshman 
Football; Varsity Football; Moiiogram Club; 
Student Member, 3-3-3 Athletic Committee; 
Chairman, Senior Invitations Committee; 
Philij?Tiathean Literary Society; Interfrater- 
nity C(^ullcil ; Sophomore-Senior Tribunal. 



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Ci.ARExxE F. Ward . . . 

PORTSMOU'lH, V.\. 



B.S. 



Transfer, Norfolk Division; Phi Sifjma ; 
Tlieta Chi Delta. 



(lEDDEs Weed 

NORWAI.K, CONN. 



B.S. 



Delta Psi Kappa; Kappa Delta Pi; \'arsit.v 
Hockey; \'arsity Basketball; Monogram Club ; 
French Club; LaCrosse; Track; Baseball; 
AIl-VirRinia State Reserve Hockey Team. 



AI ARC, ARET White A.H. 

CIIARI.OrrF.SVIM.E, VA. 

Transfer, iMuhlnir- Cnlle^e; Alpha Chi 

Omega; J. Leslie Hall l.iterar\ Societ\ ; "»'. 

W. C. A.; Art Club; French Club, 



AIarcaret \ViL.soNr B.S. 

UrmilNG CREKN', VA. 

I'ransfer, Hollins College; Kappa Alpha 
Theta ; Kappa Oniicroii Phi; Clayton-Grimes 
Biological Club; J. Leslie Hall Literary So- 
ciety; Y. W. C. A.; Art Club; GermanCIub. 



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1936 




M \RK Dow I. IXC WdODWARIl . . P).l, 
WASHINGTON', U. C. 

Sigma Pi, Tau Kappa Alpha; Wvihc La\ 

CUili; International Relations Cluh; Phil" 

mathean Literarv Society. 



M\i- Wru.ht A.B. 

IVNCIIBURC, VA. 

Pi Beta Phi ; Kappa Delta Pi ; V. W. C. A. ; 

Ircnch Cluh; J. Leslie Hal! Literary Society; 

I.ibrars" Science Cluh; Elementar\' Education 

Club; German Cluh.' 



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oAlma 3\Aaier 



Hark, the students' voices snelling. 

Strong and true and clear; 
Alma Mater's love they're telling, 

Ringing far and near. 



Williar7i and Mary, loved of old. 

Hark, upon the gale. 
Hear the thunder of our chorus, 

Alma Mater— hail. 

All thy sons are faithful to thee 

Through their college days, 
Singing out from hearts that love thee. 

Alma Mater's praise. 

Iron shod and golden sandaled 

Shall the years go by. 
Still our hearts shall weave about thee 

Love that cannot die. 

God. our Father, hear our voices, 

Listen to our cry. 
Bless the college of our fathers. 

Let her never die. 

J. S. Wilson, '02. 



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OFFICERS 

John Trueheart President 

Marjorie Dearhart Vice-President 

Doris Campbell Secretary-Treasurer 



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Eva AcKERLiND 

Louise Agree 

Florence Ali.es' 



GiLMAK Bailey 

E. Baines 



An.EEN Barclay 



\Vn.LL\M Beazley 

Elmo Benedetto 

Ann Benson 



Nelia Beverley 

Marguerite Blackwood 

Mary Blancharu 



CORINNE BI.OKDORN 

Ellioh Bloxom 

Virginia Bodley 



Frederick Boysen 

Marshall Brickeli. 

Elwood Brock 



Ai.phonse Bruno 

Margaret Bryant 

AvA Burke 



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Marion Klri 

Sara Janh Ki ii kk 

DcjRIS CaMI'UKI 



W'lii.iAM Cauai.l 

ROCKR Cllll I) 

II. I. Cllll DRK- 



ROBERI COAKI.EV 

El.l.IOTT COHKV 

I.Al R A ('l)l 111 RS 



Harriehr Coia ER 

Marion Corliss 

Hi:kiik Fox CoijKrNE\ 



Ei.izABHiii Dai F-: 

Caiiikrink Damki 

Waiter Oamei, 



Ann Davis 

Harkiki Hams 

RoBERi Dew 



Dan Edmonsgk 

Julia Edwards 

Martha Fairchili 




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Florence Fisher 

Minnie Franck 

Henry Gardner 



ElEANOR GaRRIS 

\'irginia Gilbert 

Eleanor Gill 



Anna Lee Gordon 

Carol Gouldman 

Harold Golu.dman 



MiLiiREi) Graves 

Deucalion Gregory 

Thomas Gregory 



Anne Hall 

Richard Hall 

Stuart Hai l 



William Hannaford 
Peter Hansen 

Marjorie Harrison 



Rnii Helitzer 

Robert Henley 

Ruth Herzberg 



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Albert Hessian 

El.IZABET}! Ik MER 

M \R^ Bki.i. IhAii 



Betiv Jane Irons 

LiNwooo James 

Frances Jewei.i, 



Margaret Johnson 

Marianne Kei.i.er 

Gretchen Kimmei.i. 



Sophie Knox 

Sara Krause 

Cornelia Land 



Ellen Latane 

Mary Dare La-* ne 

Fred Lesner 



Iane Lewis 

Frank Li\ esav 

Anne Looram 



Jeannette Luckie 

Frances Maddrev 

Donald Maguire 




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JosRPH Marino 

Julian- Mason 

J. Kenneth Mili er 



(\\RI. Mitson 

Catherine Moore 

Sarah Morse 



evei.v.n murlev 

Mary Nelson 

Sarah Nesbit 



Howard Old 

Carol Osgood 

Louise Outland 



Lucille Palmer 

\L\Rv F. Parsons 

Patricia Parsons 



Grace E. Phillips 

Augusta Porter 

Margaret Price 



Roy Prince 

Emily Quarrier 

Deborah Ralph 



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I.ouiSK Rawles 

Francis Rennoi.ds 

Anne Rk\ ndi.ds 



('AROI.^ N Richardson 

Janet RnniNSON 

W'ARNE RoniNSON 



James Roue 

\'iRGiNiA San 

Betiv Sa-si.or 



Richard Seacord 

Philip Seawei.l 

Mary Shackleton 



Mary Shafer 

Martha Sherratt 

Bernice Shield 



CJERTRUDE SlEGEL 

Elizabeth Smith 

Katherine Smith 



EVALYN StRIBLING 

John C. Sturces 

Frances Suber 







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Jane Sunderland 

Elizabeth Tate 

Louise Taylor 



Mabel Thody 

William Thomas 

Louise Thompson 



CSlau^s Tooke 

Elise Triplett 

Tudor Trotter 



John Trueheart 

Kathryn Vaden 

Margaret Vass 



Eleanor Walker 

Gibbons Wall 

Helen Wallace 



A Nil A Waller 

Anne Ware 

Helen Wiecand 



Gordon Williamson 
John Willis 

Hatsuye Yamasaki 



Dorothy Young 



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SOPHOMORE CLASS 



OFFICERS 

George Mann President 

Constance Graves ... Vice-President 

jEAfj Gordon Secretary-Treasurer 




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Robert Adams 

IVERSON AlMAND 

Richard Ames 
George Anner 



IsiAH Arons 
bosnalvkne a\ erv 
Marjorie Bach 
Betty Bartel 



Babara Bassett 
Barbara Beard 

Herman Bernstein 

X'lRGIMA BeTTS 



Alma Blanton 
Elizabeth Booker 
Nancy Bradfield 
Irving Brand 



Beverly Bridge 
Annabel Brlbaker 
Barbara Brunton 
George Bunch 



Carl Buffington 
Otis Bunch 
Betsy Burgess 
Vincent Burgess 



Caroline Burpeau 
Josephine Burpeau 
Marietta Butler 
Bertha Jane Capps 



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Hei.ek Gather 
Elizabeth Christian 
Thomas Cocke 
Nathamei. Cohen 



Louise Cowie 
Grace Crider 
Clyde Cridi.in 
Gladys Dickerson 



Harry Dickerson 
Suzanne Doane 
Barbara Douglas 
Edward Downing 



Horace Dyer 
Helen Eisenstadt 
Phebe Eppes 
Alice Estes 



Elizabeth Even 
Dorothy Fawley 
May Fielder 
Doris Froehner 



Lucille Fitts 
Ella Lee Fulton 
Bradbury Gilbert 
Maurice Giles 



Claire Globman 
Gustavus Goddin 
Jean Gordon 

Margaret Grason 




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CoNSTAN'CE Graves 
William Greek 
Richard Groettum 
LoLMSE Hall 



Charles Harvell 
Helen Hartzman 
Hilda Hase 
Anne Hauchwout 



Lucia Hawley 
Elizabeth Hay 
Russell Havnie 
Margaret Heatwole 



Horace Henderson 
Maxine Herzberc 
Charlotte Hinson 
Jennie Rose Kite 



John Hobbs 
Fred Howard 
Douglas Hoyt 
Frances Jenkins 



Helen Jennison 
Charlotte Johnson 
Rodney Jones 
Catherine Judv 



Dorothy Kincaid 
Mary Keyser 
Phyllis King 
Harold Kyle 



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Shelley Lashman 
Jean Lawrence 

Walter Pope Lawson 
Jessie Lee 



Mary Lewis 
Ralph Lider 

NiTA LiGON 

Charlotte Lockwoud 



Marion Lynch 
Gertrude McCallum 
Carol McCoy 
JANIE McDaniel 



Jane McEnally 
George Mann 
Alice Marshall 
J. C. Mathenv 



Arthur Metheny 
Acnes Mercer 
Ruth Merkle 

Margileth Meyer 



Carolvne Miller 
Arthur Monahon 
Marynetta Moore 
Mary Wells Moore 



Harriet Morden 
Martha Moreland 
Viola Morris 
Wilbur Morton 




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Samuel Mcseley 
Edward Motley 
William Murray 
Ersestine Nagel 



Frances Nenzel 
Olive Nestor 
WiLBURTA Newberry 
Barbara Nicholas 



Elizabeth Nichols 
Harvey Olian 
Dorothy Pierce 
Katherike Pierce 



Gill Piquette 
Jean Pollard 
Harold Potts 
Marie Rapp 



William Reynolds 
Nancy Richardson 
Sara Robbins 
Anne Robertson 



Rees Roy all 
Frederick Scruggs 
J. Scott Shaffer 
Robert Sheeran 



Karbara Shepler 
Lois Sheppard 
Robert Simpson 
Constance Smith 



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Martha Smith 
Jane Speakman 



Hei.ene Stein 
Alberta Strader 
Ada Stuart 
Mildred Swikt 



Susan Thompson 
Leona Tisdale 
John Townsend 
William Trusler 



Richard Tugcle 
Eleanor Turner 
Margaret Vaden 
Helen Wall 



Francois Was 
Herman Weiner 
Florence Whitelv 
Rebbecca Williams 



Louis Willouchby 
Sue Wilson 
Edwin Wolf 
Roxanna Wolpert 



Helen Wood 
MOLI.IE Yavner 





FRESHMAN CLASS 




OFFICERS 

Edward Phillips President 

Frank Yeager Vice-President 

Wayland Stone Secretary-Treasurer 



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Adam, John 
Ahalt, Alice P. 
Alfriend, Kate W. B 
Allen, Mercedes 
Anderson, Henrietta 
Anderson, Joan 
Armistead, Moss W., 
AvERiTT, Carol Lee 
Bach, Paula J. 
Baker, Jane A. 
Baker, Jean G. 
Barksdale, Frances 
Barnes, Mary Alice 
Barnett, Joseph V. 



Jr. 



Bedsworth, William 
Bennett, Helen 
Bentley, Elaine 
Bergmann, Fred 
Billett, Janet C. 
Blanton, Alma 
Blocker, D. J., Jr. 
Bloede, Lisa 
Booker, Elizabeth 
Borden, Harold, Jr. 
Bowman, Marjorie 
Braithwaite, Richard 
Braithwaite, William 
Brennison, Art 
Brill, Ruth 
Bromberg, Gertrude 
Brooks, R. Randolph 
Brown, Frederick 
Brown, Vivienne 
Brueger, Pearl 



Bucher, Bayly 
Bundy, Barbara 
BuNKLEY, Joel 
Bunting, Bettie 
Burdette, Luther 
BuRPEAu, Josephine 
Byrd, Aaron 
Calhoun, Alice 
Can EPA, Edward 
Carneal, Wyatt, Jr. 
Carr, Elizabeth 
Casella, Carl 
Cather, Mary Gail 
Chase, Jane 




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Ci.ARE, Jack 
Ci.uGSTON, Carolyn; 
CoE, Mildred 
Cohen, Edward 
Cohen, Nathaniel 
Colby, Eva 
Cole, Sara 

COMSTOCK, MaRY' 

Cook, Mary V. 
CooLEY, Aileen 
CooLEY, Dorothy 
Cotterman, Stewart 
Crafford, Ashton 
Crane, Richard 



Crowson, Hknj., Jr. 
Daicer, Shirley 
David, Catherine 
Davis, Frieda 
Da\ts, Ida Ma\ 
Davis, Marmia 
Davis, Maxev 
Davis, Ruth 
Deady, Patricia 
Deane, Edward 
Dei.la Torre, Thomas 
i^iamond, isadore 
DoBiE, Minnie 
Doyle, Bernard 
Dresbold, Roslyn 
Druce, Chas. 
Dl'DI.EV, Raimond 
Dl'ke, Ransom, Jr. 
Dlnkle, Andrew 
Easi.ev, Nancy 



Eberwine, Evelyn 
Ei.DRiDOE, Lucille 
Erb, Bernadine 
Etheridge, Robt. 
Evans, Martha 
Evans, Robt. 
Evans, Rosa 
Ferguson, Edwin 
Fernalld, Olivia 
Fernandez, \Vm. 
Field, Margaret 
Fisher, Evelyn 
Foreman, Marcarette 
Frame, Helen 




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Franklin, Orville 
Freeman, William 
FuLP, John 
Gammack, Dorothy 
Garrett, Mary 
Garris, Margaret 
Gelotte, Oscar 
George, Jean 
Gilbert, Virginia 
Gilkeson, Robert 
Gillincham, Donalda 
Gilmer, Weir, Jr. 
Gladstone, Harriett 
goddin, lura 
Goldberg, Esther 
Goldberg, Leonard 
Gordon, Arthur 
Goyne, Evelyn 
Gracey, Martin 
Gravely', Harry- 
Gray, Dorothy 
Green, Edgar 
Griffin, Rachael 
Grimes, Jane 
Grodecoeur, Frances 
Groner, Margaret 
Haicis, Pearl 



Hall, Mary 
Hall, Sara 
Halsey, Helen 
Hamlin, James 
Hamm, Cynthia 
Handy, Ralph 
Hardenbergh, Maxine 
Harris, Edward, Jr. 
Harris, Jack 
Hastings, Beatrix 
Hastings, Grace 
Hawkins, Mae 
Hawthorne, Carlton 
Haynes, Lucille 
Helfrick, Thomas 
Herman, Elizabeth 
Hern, Chas. 
Hiden, Frances 
Hill, Anna 
Hill, Justine 
Hinkins, Ernestine 
Hoddick, Elizabeth 
Holzmueller, Ruth 
Homan, Bette 
Hook, Mike, Jr. 
Hosford, Dorothy 
Hoskins, Margie 
Howell, Edna 
Hurd, Barbara 
Hutcheson, Jane 
HUTTON, Caroll 
HuTTON, Margaret 
Hy'atte, June 
Irwin, Elinor 
Jackson, Joyte 
Jaffe, Sidney 
Jenkins, Josephine 



Jenson, Neale 
Johnson, Yvonne 
Jones, Bettie 
Jones, Lancford 
Jones, Letitia 
Jones, Wesley 
Jordan, Dorothy 
Jordan, Rosa 
Jordan, Ethel 
Kamen, Stanley 
Kayser, Frederick 
Keillor, James, Jr. 
Kemp, Frances 
Kendig, Robt. 
Kennedy, Marjorie 
King, Martha 
Kleinknecht, Carl 
Koss, Frank 
Krueger, Herbert 
LaCrosse, Winifred 
Landa, Philip 
Lander, Barbara 
Lancbauer, Eldon 
Largent, Louise 
Lawler, Edw. F., Jr. 
Laymon, Peggy 
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I.HWis, Ekkanor 
Lexvis, Emorv 

LiGON, NiTA 

Lindsay, Helen 
Long, Lois 
LUNDV, Wm. 
luttrell, hurrem, 
Lynn, Jane 
Lyon, Ruiii 
McCiAiRE, Julian 
Macdonali), James 
Machlovvitz, Elliot 
Mackey, Mary 
Marks, Katherine 
Marsh, Wm. 
Marshall, Alice 
Martin, Virginia E. 
Martin, Virginia W. 
Mason, Nancy 
Massey, John 
Massincai.e, Jane 
Matejka, Katherine 
Matthews, Mary 
Mattson, Robt. 
Mazak, Steve 
Middleton, Laura 
Miller, Vera 



Mirmei.stf.in, Rhea 
MiTKiEvicz, Leo 
Moore, Ira 
Moore, James 
Moore, Louise 
Moore, Robert 
Morris, Viola 
Morse, Mary 
MuRRELL, Josephine 
Nash, Gerry 
Nichols, Ruth 
Nicholson, John 
Noble, Priscii.la 
Northrop, Ellen 
Nye, Mary 
Ociis, Irving 

O'CONNELL, MaRX' 

O'Farrei.l, Mary 
O'Hare, Richard 
O'Hare, Robt. 
Olian, Harvey 
O'Manskv, Shirley 
Omohundro, Edgar 
Ou'EN, John, Jr. 
Page, Mildred 
Page, Roberta 
Palmer, Elizabeth 
Pancoast, Margaret 
Paradise, Robert 
Parker, Barbara 
Parker, Stanley 
Pearson, Elizabeth 
Peck, Betty 
Peed, Nancy 
Peterson, June 
Peterson, Torsten 
Petuske, Emily 



Pinii.ips, Edward 
Phillips, Margaret 
Pn J, William 
Pollock, Wm. 
Powell, Moseley 
Price, Sally Ann 
Prick El T, Margaret 
PULI.EI, R. Bradshaw 
QuiNN, Milton 
Radoi.inski, Zigmund 
Rasbach, Virginia 
Reinhard, Edward 
Richardson, Wm., Jr. 

RiDDICK, M'lI.LIAM, Jr. 
Robertson, Frank 
Rose, Cleo 

ROSENDALE, ROBERTA 

Rol;ntree, Clifton, Jr. 
Rowland, Robert 
RUCKER, Eloise 
RuFFiN, Lucy 
Ryder, Franklin 
Sale, Kathrvn 
Sai.peter, Norbert 
Samsel, Clementine 
Savage, Thomas 
Sa\edge, James 



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ScHELL, William 
Scott, Edward 
Schwartz, Arnold 
Searle, Prudence 
Seawell, Octavia 
Seltzer, Chester 
Shaffer, Gertrude 
Sheridan, Jeanne 
Shiftman, Edward 
Sibert, Margaret 
Simpson, Walter 
SiviK, Henrv 
SizEMORE, Jordan 
Skidmore, Kathleen 
Small, Eleanor 
Smith, James, Jr. 
Smith, Lani Mae 
Smith, Mary 
Smoot, Nannie 
Sowers, James 
Spence, Dorothy 
Spinney, Pauline 
Staff, Lois 
Stone, Wayland 
Stone, Joseph 
Strand, Henry 
Stratton, Cornelia 



Stratton, Rolfe 
Strong, Mary E. 
Stuart, Emily 
Stueve, Martha 
Sturges, John B. 
Sweet, Barbara 

SVVEETNAM, GeO. 

Tabankin, Alvin 
Tall, Phyllis 
Taylor, Dorothy K. 
Taylor, Dorothy V. 
Taylor, Joseph 
Taylor, Margaret 
Taylor, Robert 
Teal, John 
Themak, Edw., Jr. 
Thomas, Herbert 
Thomas, Mary 
Thompson, Frank 
Thompson, John 
Tiffany, William 
TiRELis, Alfred 
Tobias, Mollie 
Torrence, Claudia 
Travis, Mary 
Trimble, Ruth 
Trotter, McKie 
L'nsworth, Barbara 
VanBlarcom, Alma 
VanDeusen, Mary Jane 
Vann, Lyman 
ViCK, Miriam 
Vincent, Alice 
Vosburgh, Jean 
W.^CENER, Anthony 
Walker, Lorimer 
Walker, Samuel 
Wai.roth, Robt. 



Walton, Alfred, Jr. 
Ward, Aletha 
Warden, Shirley 
Ware, Edward 
Warren, Jean 
Wartel, Powel 
Wastcoat, Barbara 
Watson, Janet 
Wauch, Robert 
W.AXMAN, Seymour 
We.wer, Jane 
Weede, Jesse, Jr. 
Weiss, Leonora 
Welch, Jeannette 
Westdahl, Richard 
Wheeler, Howard 
Wheeler, Winifred 
White, Nancy 
Wilder, Arbelyn 
Williams, Margaret 
Williams, Olive 
Williams, Roger 
Wilson, Marianna 
Woodbridge, W. W. 
WooDDV, Elaine 
Yeager, Francis 
Young, John 



BOOK THREE 



FRATERNITIES 




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DEBTORS^ PRISON 



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Howard Old 

Andrew Sale 
Fred I.esver 



Warse Robinsok 
Rogers Mapp 



Robert Bosman 
WiLi.HM Fitch 



Francois Was 
Saml'el Elliott 
Robert Simpson 



William Reynolds 
George Anner 
Alec Dempster 



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THETA DELTA CHI 

Founded at Unian College, 1S47 
EPSILON CHARGE 

Fratres in Facultate 
R. R. C. Young J. C. Chandler 



William Bozarth 
John Warburton 
William Scott 



Fratres in Urbe 

Charles Duke 
Charles A. Taylor 
Marion Bozarth 
R. P. Wallace 



Lowell Avers 
C. E. Chandler 
Cecil Harper 



Fratres in Collegio 

1936 

Robert Bosman Norfolk, Va. William C. Fitch . . . Wa>hiiigtoii, D. C. 

Alexander P. Dempster. , Brooklyn, N. Y. J. Rogers Mapp Machipongo, Va. 

Samuel H. Elliott . . . Fort Wayne, Ind. W. Andrew Sale Norfolk, Va. 

1937 

Allen S. Carpenter . East Williston, N. Y. Howard Old Norfolk, Va. 

Fred E. Lesner Norfolk, Va. Warne Robinson .... Monongahela, Pa. 

James O'Flahertv .... Richmond, Va. Gordon Schmitt Brooklyn, N. Y. 

1938 

George E. Anner . . . Williamsburg, Va. Robert Simpson Clarendon, Va. 

William A. Reynolds . . New York, N. Y. Francois J. Was Wycoff, N. J. 

1939 

Daniel Blocker .... Williamsburg, Va. Walter Simpson Richmond, Va. 

Edward Lawi.er Norfolk, Va. Edward Ware Williamsburg, \'a. 

James Moore Milburn, N. J. Roger E. Williams Norfolk, Va. 



WVATT B. Carneal . 
Ransom H. Duke, Jr. 
Robert Goellnicht . 
Wayne Harper. . . 
Thomas C. Hei.frich. 



Pledges 

. Richmond, Va. Edward E. Phillips . . . Springfield, N. J 

Henderson, N. C. Edward B. Reinhard .... Norfolk, \'a 

New York, N. Y. Robert P. Taylor . . . Williamsburg, \'a 

. . . Crewe, Va. John W. Teal Richmond, \'a 

. Catonsville, Md. Robert Ethridge . . . \'irginia Beach, Va 



Theta Delta Chi was founded at Uiiion College in 1847. The Epsilon Charge was established 
at the College of William and Mary in 1853, the first social fraternity on the campus. Theta 
Delta Chi was the first fraternity to use a pledge pin, have an official flag, issue a regular pub- 
lication, and to adopt official flower and colors. 

After changing locations several times, the fraternity has moved into its new location on 
Richmond road. 



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Paul Lambert 
Richard Ames 
\eu LeGrande 
Frank Livesav 



Harrv p. Ml'Rphv 
Charles Smeltzer 
Robert Kelley 



John- Britton 
George Bunch 
Wn.LiAM Cahall 
Joseph Redforo 



J. C. Mathenv 
Fred Scruggs 
Frederic Eidsness 



Ed« ARD Motley 
Louis Plummer 
John Trueheart 
Francis Reynolds 



Horace Henderson 
Robert Sheeran 
John Diament 



William Greene 
Fred Howard 



Pat Lyons 
Otis Bunch 
Richard Groettum 



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SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON 

l-minthd (It llu I'liivnsily of .IIiiIhiiiki. 1S50 



VIRGINIA KAPPA CHAPTER 

Esliiblishid iSs7 
Frati;k ix Faciltate 

Hk. 1. 11. lACKSOX 



Frater IX L'rde 
Svi.AS Emurv 



Fratres in Coli.ecu) 



1936 



Melvii.i.e Bryant . . . 

Pl.ATT BUI.LARI). . . . 

Thomas Crist . . . . 

JOH-V DiAVIENT . . . 

Edward Lee Dozier . 
Frederick A. Eidsness 
Iv. Cabei. Frankiiv . . 
Frank V. Heinemann . 
Robert Kellev . . . N 



Wit.i.iAM P. Caham. . 
Parker Crutch held 
Frank I.ivesav . 



Richard Ames . . , 
John Britton . . . 
CJeorge Bunch . 
Fenton' N. Gravelv 
WiLLiAM Green . . 
Richard Groettum . 



Newport News, \';i. 

. Richmond, \'a. 

Newport News, \'a. 

. Bridgeton, N. 1. 

. . Lee Hall, Va. 

. Alexandria, \'a. 

. . Salisbury, Md. 

. Chicago, 111. 

irth Andover, Mass. 

Harvei L. Smiiii, Jr. 



Paul Lambert Newton, Mass 

Ned LeC^rande Lynchburg, Va, 

William P. L-iONs .... Portsmouth, Va 
cioRDON Morehouse. . . . Tekomah, Neb, 

Harry P. Murphy Suffolk, \'a 

Louis Pi.ummer Hamilton, Ohic 

Joseph Redkord Portsmouth, Va 

Ciiari.es Shade Richmond, Va 

Charles Smeltzer .... Cranford, N. J 
, . Rirhmnnd, \'a. 



1937 

Wilmington, Pel. Francis Rennoi.ds 

. Richmond, \'a. Judson Sherrill . 

. Petersburg, \'a. John Trueheart. 



. Richmond, \'a. 

Lansdowne, Perm. 

. Lynchburg, \'a. 

. Danville, \'a. 

. Brooklyn, N. V. 

. Clarendon, \'a. 



.938 



Horace Henderson 
Fred Howard . . . 
Innv C. Mathenv , 
Edward Mesiter . . 
Ransom Rowe . . . 

ROBERL ShEERAN . . 



. Richmond, Va. 

\\'illiamsburg, \'a. 

. Petersburg, \'a. 



. Willi.'im^burg, \'a. 

Long Island, N. V. 

. Richmond, Va. 

. Cleveland, Ohio 

. . Boston, Mass. 

. . Brooklyn, N. V. 



Edward Harris 



1939 
. . Richmond, Ind. Sand\ Kavser . . 

Carl Ki.einknecht .... Richmond, Ind. 



White Plains, N. Y. 



Pledges 

(Jris Bunch Clarendon, \'a. Edward Motley Petersburg, \'a. 

SruART Cotterman Manila, P. I. Fred Scruggs Lynchburg, Va. 

James Keillor .... White Plains. N. \. [esse Weed Franklin, Va. 

Dixie Moore Eastern Shore, \'a. Frank Veager Lansdowne, Penn. 

Ira Moore Suffolk, \'a. John ^oung Washington, D. C. 

Sigma Alpha Fpsilon I'raternity was founded March q, 1856. at the Cniversity of Alabama, 
at Tuscaloosa. Later in the same year, by secret communications, another chapter of Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon was established at the University of North Carolina. 

In 1857, Thaddeus Farnuss entered William and Mary College. He petitioned the grand 
chapter at Tuscaloosa, and a chapter \vas started liere December 12, 1857. Ihis organization was 
disbanded during the Ci\il \^'ar, but on Februar\ 7, 1925, the \'irginia Kappa Chapter of Sigma 
Alpha Ep'ilnn was reborn, with its original charier still intact. 



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Horace Dyer 
Eugene Barclay 
Robert Wallace 



Robert Henley 
J. CuTHBERT Owens 
Jack Willis 



Robert Dew 
Elliott Bloxom 
Clyde Shei.tov 



George Poland 
William Trusler 
E\ erett Blake 



Eldridge Blanton 
BiNNs E. Rhodes 
\\'iLBLR Morton 



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PI KAPPA ALPHA 

FouikIiiI at Lhiivirsity of I irt/iniii, lS6S 

GAMMA CHAPTER 

EsldhlishiJ 1S71 



Dk. W. I.. L. Smoot 
\V, T. Hem.ev 



Fratres IX Urre 

Robert Beasiun' 
Dr. a. M. Sneei) 
B. E. Steele 
D. H. Hen'iev 



M. \V. W'll.l.IAMS 

Bi.AKE T. Newtom 



Fratres ix Cor.r.Ecio 
1936 



Eugene S. Barclay Norfolk, Va 

EvERETTE L. Blake I'rhaiiiia, Va 

J. CUTHBERT OWESS .... Bclliit, Wis 

CJeoroe \V. Polam), |k. . . Riohmniui, \'n 
]nu\ \\. Wii I IS . 



Bi\Ns E. Rhodes . . 
W'li.LLAM J. Rhodes . 

C'LIDE E. Sh ELTON' . 
ROBERI S. C. W'ai I \vv 
■ Ilaniptiiii, \'a. 



. . Suffolk, Va. 

. . Suffolk, \'a. 

, Norfolk, Va. 

Pocahontas, \'a. 



Elliot Blo.xom . 



1937 
llainploii, \'a. Robert ii. Dew 



Kilmarnock, \'a. 



1938 

M. Ei.DRiDGE Bla\to\-, Jr. . Tamworth, Va. R. Cecil Pence Staunton, Va. 

Horace C. Dyer. . . . Martinsville, \'a. William N. Trusler . . . . Manassas, \'a. 



Moss W. Ar.VIIST EAl) 
ROBERI H. GlI.KESON 



1939 

. Cluirchland, \'a. Robert B. Mattsov . , Long Islanil, N. V. 

Langlcy Firkl, \'a. McKie M. Troiter .... LaCirangc, Cia. 



Pledges 



Raymond Dudley Suffolk, \'a 

Ned Ferguson Suffolk, Va 

Weir Gilmer Louisa, \'a 

Harry Gravely .... Martinsville, \'a 

Lanktord Jones Suffolk, Va, 

Julian McClure . . . Washington, D. C 

Wh.bur \'. Morion' Victoria, \'a 

jACk O'Hare Richmond, Va 

Richard CJ'1L\re Richmond, Va 



Lawrence Oliver Suffolk, \'a 

Lynxvood Owens Kemhridge, \'a 

Carney C. Pearce Suffolk, \'a 

Robert Rowland. . . . South Norfolk, Va, 

James Sowers Richmond, \'a 

Joe Bill Taylor. . . Temperanccville, \'a 

Anthonx Wagener . . Williamsburg, Va 

John P. Whitehead, Jr. . , . \'ictoria, \'a 

Clayton S. Willis .... Suffr.lk, \'a 



Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity was founded at the Iniversity of \'irginia nii NLircli i. 1868. 
Gamma Chapter was installed at William and Mary in 1871 and held forth until the college 
was closed between 1890 and iSqy, When William and Mary reopened, Pi Kappa Alpha was 
completely reorganized and established in a house on Scotland Street. The traternitv was moved 
to its present location on Richmond road in the fall of 1933. 

Pi Kappa Alpha was established at the instigation of six m 
campus. 



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GUSTAVUS GODDIN 

tiROKCF. Mason' 
Julias' Mason 



Thomas Cocke 
Rees Rovali. 
CilBBONS Wai.i, 



Richard Tuggi.e 
Cari. Buffington 
Samuel Moseley 



Harold Gouldman 
Walter Daniel 
LiNwooD James 



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KAPPA ALPHA 

Fdiindid III II iiihiiiijlun ami Lie, 1S65 

ALPHA ZETA CHAPTER 

Eilahlislnd iSqo 



FrATRES IX FaCL LTATE 



Thomas J- Stubbs 
John L. Lkwis 



L. Tucker Jones 
James Cocer 



Fratres IX Lrue 



AsinoN DovEi.L 
SvDNEV Brooks 



John Ethridge 
Pete Christian 



Fratres ix Collegio 
1936 



(George Mason 



Colonial Beadi, Va. 



1937 



Robert Armistead . 
Walter Daniel . . 
William Davies . 
Hiram Davis . . . 
Harold Gouldman . 



William Anderson 
Carl Buffington . , 
Thomas Cocke . . 
Bankhead Davies . 

GuSTAVUS GODDIN . 



Williainsburt;, \'a, 

. . Waverly, Va. 

. Clarendon, \'a. 

Williamsburg, \'a. 

. Dahlgren, Va. 



Enoch Haley Toana, \'a. 

LiNWOOD James Irvington, \'a. 

Julian Mason .... Colonial Beach, Va. 

Rees Russell Tazewell, Va. 

Gibbons Wall South Hill, Va. 



1938 



. Cramerton, N. C. 

Leuistown, Pa. 

WilliamsburR, \'a. 

. Clarendon, Va. 

. Toana, Va. 



James Kno.x . . , 
Samuel Moselv . 
boxven rovall . 
Francis Ruediger 
William Turner. 



. Manassas, Va. 

. . Ebonv, Va. 

. Tazewell, Va. 

. Onlev, \'a. 

Riehmnnd, Va. 



Pledges 

Harold Borden .... HarrisoiiburK, Va. Torsten Peterson Hopewell, Va 

.Art Brennison . . . .St. Petersburg, Fla. Mosi.EV Powell Boykins, Va 

.\aron Bvrd Parkslcy, \'a. Bradshavv Pulley Ivor, Va 

Edward Deane Nottoway, \'a. Franklin Ryder Harrisburg, Pa 

Price Glover Aronia, \'a. Thomas Sav.age .... Williamsburg, Va 

R.\LPH Handy Stuart, \'a. \\'ii.krei) Tuggle Blackstone, \'a 

Wesley Jones Blackstone, \'a. Howard Wheeler ... Baldwin, N. Y, 

.'\rthur Woodard . . .St. .\lbans. \A'. \'a. 



Kappa .Alpha Order was founded at Washington and I.ee I'liiversity in iS6v .Alpha Zeta 
Chapter was established on the William and Mar\ campus in January, 1S90. .All sixty-^exeii of 
its chapters, emliracing twenty-five thousand active members, are south of the Ma^nn-Dixnii Line, 
hence the reference a- the Southern fraternit\. The fraternitv is located on Richmond road. 



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Harold P. Kyle 
EncAR R. Conner, Jr. 



WiiiiAM F. Howard 



Harold G. Potts 
Thomas M. Richards 



lOHN F. TOWNSEND 

Addison R. Brown, Jr. 



WlLLL^M J. Harman, Jr. 



C;iLMAN BaILEV 

O. Willard Murray 



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KAPPA SIGMA 

Founded at tin Ihiivirsity rjf I' in/in in, lS6') 



NU CHAPTER 

Eslablisliiii iSi)0 



W. Person 

F. Person 

T. M. Halligan 



Fratres IX Urbe 

Vkrnon Geddy 
C. M. Geddv 

E. Wilson 
Leonard (Graves 



N. Cor.EMAN 

B. n. Peachy 
Richard E. Lee 



Frater ix Facultate 

J. W'liyRHi Lambkri 



Fratres ix Collegio 
1936 

A. R. Brown Philadelphia, Pa. William Howard 

Edgar Conner Manassas, Va. Wii.lard Mi'RRAv 

W. J. Harman Pulaski, Va. Tho.mas Richards 



. Norfolk, Va. 

. Norfolk, Va. 

Cranford, N. J. 



1937 
Oilman Bailev .... \\'ashiiigtoii, D. C. 

1938 
Thomas Harrison .... Lansdownc, Pa. Harold Kyle . 

Douglas Hoyt Red Bank, N. J. John Townsend. . 



Geneseo, N. \. 
. Manqiiin, Va. 



Pledges 

John DeBeli Centerville, Va. Harold Potts Berryville, Va. 

Thomas Forsythe . . . Upper Darby, Pa. Cecil Rush Dihvin, Va. 

Jasper Kranke Norfolk, Va. George Sweetnam .... Manistee, Mich. 

Frank Thompson Dundas, Va. 



Kappa Sigma Fraternity was founded on December 10, 1869, at the ("niversity of \'irginia. 
It has expanded rapidly since that date throughout the T'nited States and Canada, until now it 
has 106 active chapters. With the encouragement of the late Dr. Lyon (iardiner Tyler, a Kappa 
Sigma from the University of Virginia, who had become President of the College of \\'illiam 
and Mary two years before, Nu Chapter was established in 1890 with fourteen charter members. 



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A. Crichton McCutcheon 
George W. Glenn 
Dan H. Edmonson 



George Burr Woodward 
Gilbert A. Cranuall 



Richard S. Hall 
John F. Forsvth, III 



Noel M. Walker 
J. Warren Littleton 
W. W. Woodbridce 



Richard Seacord 

E. IvONRAD SrOEHR 

Roger B. Child 



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SIGMA PHI EPSILON 

Fdiindcd at I' iiiiu rsity of Rii hiiiouil . njni 



VIRGINIA DELTA CHAPTER 

Hsiahtisliid Igoj. 



Fratrks IX Uriuc 
Yei.verton' O. Kent Walter W. Cheatham 



P'rATRES IX FaCL LTATE 
Dr. Ai.nioN G. Tai i.oR 



FrATRES IX CoLLEGiO 

1936 

(Jii.BERT Crasuai.i Aiitiapolis, Md. 

Ralph Elmore Richmond, \'a. 

A. Crichto\ McCutcheok Petersburg, Va. 

Jav Simpson Boston, Mass. 

Noel Walker Tazewell, \'a. 

1937 

Roger B. Child Cliarlestown, N, II. 

A. J. DeGutis Boston, Mass. 

Dan Edmonson Baskerville, Va. 

George Glenn Saxis, \'a. 

Richard Seacord New Rochelle, N. V. 

George Burr Woodward Norwalk, Conn. 

Pledges 

W. L. Davidson Jonesville, Va. 

B. T. Dovle McKenney, \'a. 

Frank Forsvthe Front Royal, Va. 

Shelton Hall Namini Grove, Va. 

John Harrison Petersburg, Va. 

Warren Littleton Bloxom, Va. 

E. KoNRAD Stoehr Big Stone Gap, Va. 

W. W. WoODBRiDGE Seattle, Wa-h. 

Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity was founded at Richmond College, 1901. The Virginia Delta 
Chapter was chartered and installed at the College of William and Mary in the year 1904. 

Sigma Phi Epsilon was first established at a location near the College Corner, and after many 
changes has remained in its present location on Richmond Road for the past ten years. 



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Thomas P. Gannaway 
James H. Walden 



James N. Savedce 



George A. Mann 
J. Scott Shaffer 



H. J. Childress 
Hesrv J. Harlow 



SiuART H. Hall 



Robert \V. Adams 
Peter Hansen 



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SIGMA NU 

FaiiiiiUd lit lin/iiiiii Military Institute. lS6g 



EPSILON IOTA CHAPTER 

Established IQ22 

Frater in Urre 

Mason Peebles 



Fratres in Facultate 
Peter P. Peebles John E. Hocutt 



Fratres in Collegio 

1936 

James N. Savedge Wakefielil, Va. Henry J. Harlow . 

J. Hargari) Wai.den .... Jamaica, Va. 

1937 

Stuart H. Hall Richmmul, Va. H. J. Chh.oress, Jr. 

Peter F. T. H.ansen . . White Plains, N. V. 

1938 

George E. Mann Detroit, Mich. Robert \V. Adams. 

J. Scott Shaffer \^'\theviIle, \'a. 

1939 
WiLLLAM Arthur .... WvtheviUe, Va. Willlam Gray . . 

Randolph Brooks Morrison, Va. I'ravis Harrington 

Benjamin Crowson . . Charlotte Hall, Md. Aubrey Marable . 

John Cogswell Belmont, Mass. Robert Paradise . 

Thomas Gannaway Bristol, Va. A. Timberlake . . 

Lyman Vann Norfolk, Va. 



Shrewsbury, Mass. 



Hillsville, Va. 



New York, N. Y. 



. Richmond, \a 
. Ocean View, Va 
Williamsburg, Va 
. . Milton, Mass 
\\'illiamshurg, \'a 



Sigma Nu was established on the William and Mary campus in 1922. It had its beginning 
at the \'irginia Military Institute following the Civil War in 1869. In 1884 it spread to the Far 
West, North, and South. Sigma Nu is now represented on 97 campuses in 46 states and the Dis- 
trict of Columbia. 



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Hf.srv G. Seymour 
Ei WOOD Brock 
William F. Thomas 



Thomas M. Gregory, Jr 
Hraubury Gilbert 



E. Louis Phillips, Jr. 
Rodney Jones 



Samuel O. Schlapfer 
Louis C. Willouchby, Jr. 
Donald Macuire 



JOHv Carter Sturces 
James Pye 
Arthur Methevy 



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PHI KAPPA TAU 



•'oiinilcd (it Min/iii I'nivrrsity. igo6 



ALPHA THETA CHAPTER 

Lilahiishrd ii,J« 

FraTRES IX Facii.tath 
Dr. CiiARi.HS K. Marsh Oiis W. Douglas 



Fratrrs IX Urbe 
Thomas C. McCaskha Jamf.s A^ krs 



Wn.i.iAM H. Mardf.s" . 
E. Louis Phh.mps, Jr. 
Henning a. Rountref. 



Ralph T. Baker . . . 
James Lyman Belknap 
George Blake . . . . 
pjAvooi) E. Brock . . . 



.'\\LHii Baker . . 

BrADBVRV tJll.BERT 



FraTRES IX CoLLEGIO 
1936 



. . Stounhton, Mas>. 

Fraiiklinvillc, N. V. 

. Hampton, \'a. 

Richard A. \'flz . 



John David Rui ledge 
Samuel O. Sciilapker 
Henry G. Seymour . . 
PiHighkeepsie, N. V. 



1937 
Newport News, Va. Thomas M. Gregory, 



Reading, Mas 

. Palmertnn, Pa. 

. Norfolk, Va. 



Donald A. Maguire . 
John Carter Sturges 
William F. Thomas 



1938 



Newpiirt New^, \'a. 
. Wincliestcr, Ma^s. 
\\'Ai TKR 11. Perr^, 



Rodney Jones . . . 
.•\riiiur B. Metheny 
GeorgetowEi, ConEi. 



Atlantic City, N. J. 
. Flemington, N. J. 
. . New York City 



. . . Richmond, Va. 

. Verona, N. J. 

(jeorgetnwn, Conn. 

Newprirt News, \'a. 



Hnuiklvn, X. V. 
. . Catlett, Va. 



Pledges 



William G. Beazi.ey 
Frederick Brown . . 
William Fairbanks . 
Martin Gracey . . 



. Lawrenceville, \'a. 

. . . Chester, Pa. 

. . Catonsville, Md. 

Newport News, Va. 



Edgar A. Green .... Williamsburg, \'a. 

Sherili. Hamlin Norfolk, Va. 

Jack Harris Lynnhaven, Va. 

Carleton H.\wthorne . . . Kenhridge, Va. 
Charles E. Hern .... Stnughton, Mass. 

I.OUIS WlLLOUGHBI, 



Porter Holmes. . 
Eldon Langbauer 
John Massey . 
Leo Mitkievicz . . 
James Pye . . . . 
Milton Quinn . . 
William Shell . . 
Alfred Tirei.is . 
Samuel Walker . . 
\A^illiain^hurg, \'a. 



. Stoughton, Mass. 

. . Hamilton, Ohio 

Newport News, Va. 

. Stoughton, Mass. 

. Stoughton, Mass. 

. Hampton, Va. 

. Hampton, Va. 

. . Portsmouth, Va. 

. . Brooklvn, N. V. 



Alpha Theta Chapter of Phi Kappa Tau was established at the College of William and 
Marv bv the acceptance of the petition of Pi Epsilon Beta, a local fraternity, in 1926. The na- 
tional fraternitv was founded at Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, on March 17, 1906. Phi Kappa 
Tau moved to its home on Prince George Street in 1927. It now has forty-three chapters. 



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J. Albert Hessian 
A. V. Ratcliffe 



John- W. Bunting 
Carl Mitson 



Frederick O. Bovsen 
William P. Gove 



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LAMBDA CHI ALPHA 

Foniii/i// lit Hos/o/i L'liiviisily, KjOiJ 

EPSILON ALPHA ZETA 

Eslabtisli<-d iQ2y 



Wayne F. Gib 



FraTRES IN' FaCL I.TATE 
CllARl.KS H. SlOSK 



Harold L. Fowler 



Fratres IX Col.LEGlO 
I9J!6 

]uiiN W. Bunting . . . C'liiiicoteague, \'a. James G. Harvell . 

William P. Gove Salem, Ma>s. A. \'ernon' Raiclii f . 



. Waktfidd, \-a. 
Appalachia, \'a. 



19.? 7 
Frederick O. Bovsen . . Egg Ilarlmr, N. J. Carl \\\ MnsoN . 

J. Albert Hessian . . . Forest HilU, I,. I. George S. Olditeld 

10,^8 

Minor W. Thomas, Jr. . . . Radford, \'a. Irving E. Jeter . 

Chester Lano Craiiford, N. J. Edmund S. Keiter . 

Joel W. Bunkle\ . . . Washington, D. C. 



Arlington, N. J. 
.■Xrliiigton, N. J. 



Richmond, \'a. 
. I.ehanon, Pa. 



Charles S. Harvell . . 
Herbert K. Jemmott . 
Paul C. Mingee . . . 



Pledges 

. Wakefield, \'a. Zigmund J. Radolinski .... Diu-at, Va. 

Brooklyn, N. V. Joseph L. Stone .... Williamsburg, \'a. 

. Phoebus, \'a. John P. Thompson .... (^jlrain, Mass. 



Lambda Chi Alpha was founded at Boston rniversit\ in 1909. The fraternity, an outgrowth 
of the Cosmopolitan Law Club of that institution, now has eighty-six zetas. 

Epsilon Alpha Zeta of Lambda Chi Alpha was originally a local social frateriutx by the 
name of Alpha Phi Epsilon. This name was changed to .\lpha Tau Kpsilon wheiL in 1927, the 
society became the seventy-third zeta of Lambda Chi Alpha. 

In the summer of 1934 Epsilon .Alpha Zeta moved to its new location at 607 Richmond Road. 



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Hkrman Bernstein 
Ei.i.iOT Cohen- 



Marshall J. Bricnell 



Irwin A. Jaslow 
Ralph D. Lider 



Harvev H. Olun 



Shelley B. Lashman 
Issahh Arons 



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PHI ALPHA 

Frjtnulcd (it Ccorffi ll'dsh'inyton Univfrsity, I (J 1 4 

TAU CHAPTER 

Establislu-d IQ2~ 



Frater ix Facultate 
Irving Silverman 



Ariiiur \V. Blaker 



FrATRES IX COLLEGIO 

1936 
Camden, N. J. Irwin A. Jaslow . . . New Bedford, Mass. 



Marshall Brickei.l 



1937 

. Stnughtnn, Mass. Rov Caroi Long Beach, L. I. 

Elliot Cohen Long Beach, L. I. 



Isaiah Arons . . . 
Herman Bernstein 
Jules V. Goldberg 



1938 
. . Brooklyn, N. V. Shellev B. Lashman .... Camden, N. J. 

. Oyster Bay, L. I. Ralph D. Lider . . . New Bedford, Mass. 

. Long Beach, L. I. Harvev H. Oiian .... Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Herman R. Weiner .... Camden, N. J. 



1939 



NORBERT SALPETER 



Brooklvn, N. Y. 



Pledges 



MoE Brill Far Rockaway, L. I. 

Jack Clare Newark, N. J. 

William Fernandez . . Newton, Mass. 

Elliot Machlowitz . Far Rockawav, L. I. 



William Pollack . 
Ai.viN Tabankin . 
Powell Wartel . 
Sev.mour Wa.xman 



Brooklyn, N. Y. 

. Newark, N. J. 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

. New York City 



In 1925, Zeta Theta Pi was established as a local Jewish fraternity at the College of William 
and Mary. Within two years, this organization had reached the point where affiliation with a 
national fraternity seemed desirable. Accordingly, on February 22, 1927, Zeta Theta Pi was 
installed as Tau Chapter of Phi Alpha Fraternity. Phi Alpha, founded in 1914 at George Wash- 
ington L'niversity, today numbers twenty-one active undergraduate chapters. The charter mem- 
bers of Tau Chapter were thirteen Virginia men, hut after nine years of active participation in 
campus life, the fraternity is at present composed of thirteen Northerners. 



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Foiindiil (il I inrcniics Ihiivosi/y,' iSQ/ 



ALPHA ETA CHAPTER 

Eslnbliihcd jqs' 

FrATRES IX Facultate 

J. D. Carter G. Gi.knwood Ct.ark; 

Richard L. Morion- Bevjamin C. McCary 

Fr.vtres IX Urbe 

Lloyd Williams James Stone 

Mark Woodward Edward Wiggins 

FrATRES IX ClHJ.EGK) 

1936 

Cecil Doss Rnanoke, Va. Frank Pretlow Suffolk, Va. 

Edward Holi.aday .... Sinithfield, \'a. 

1937 

I.EE D. Callans Hopewell, \'a. John K. Mimer Hampton, \'a. 

Roy W. Prince .... \\'ashiiigtoii, D. C. 

Pledges 

Othello B.atten Smithfiekl, \'a. Orville Franklin. . . . Martinsville, Va. 

John Coiner Washington, D. C. Russell Havne Reedville, Va. 

Mack Davis Church Road, Va. Clifton E. Rountree . . Whaleyville, Va. 

C. LoRiMER \\'\i.KER . . Winchester, Mass. 



Sigma Pi Fraternity was founded in \'inccnnes University, \'incennes, Indiana, in the year 
1897. Alpha Eta Chapter was established at the College of William and Mary, June f>, 1931, 
from the local fraternity. Alpha Psi. 

The first Sigma Pi house on this campus was situated on Scotland Street, established by three 
men. At the beginning of the 1932-33 session, the fraternity moved to 321 Richmond Road, where 
they remained until June, 1935. Sigma Pi was again moved at the start of the 1935-36 session, 
when (juarters were taken in the special dormitory adjacent to Tyler Hall. 



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Jane Hutcheson 
Ruth An\ Holzmueller 
Ann" Robertson 



Elizabeth Dale 
Jean Pollard 
Gladys Tooke 



Florence Allen 
Margaret H. Williams 
Arabelle Hubbard 
Rebecca Williams 



Anne Renforth 
Josephine Jenkins 
Deborah Ralph 



Susan Thompson 
Mary Jean Roth 
Virginia McDaniel 
Phebe Eppes 



Anne Moore 



Olive Williams 
Esther Beebe 
Ann Hooker 
Elsie Quinlan 



Hilda Hase 
Margarette Foreman 
Martha Connelly 
Patricia Parsons 



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CHI OMEGA 

Foiiiiilcd (il I' iiivi I sit\ of Jrkiinsiis. iSOj 



OMICRON BETA CHAPTER 

l.sliihlislitd Kj-'i 



Mrs. R. p. Wai.i.ack 
Mrs. Van Garrett 
Mrs. a. L. Misiei, 



SORORES IN UrBE 

Elizabeth Whueheai) 
Mrs. G. T. Brooks 
Mrs. S. p. Moreheao 
Mrs. R. n. McCrearv 
Mrs. T. R. Geicer 



Mrs. TiroMAs Oowi.er 
Harriet Garreii 
Margaret Bridges 



SoRORES IX CoLLEGIO 
1936 



Esther Beebe . . . 
Martha Connelly 
Arabelle Hubbard 



. . Mciiuclair, N, J. 
. . Niini^tipwn, Pa. 
. . Plainfidd. N. J. 
Mak\ Iean Rom . 



\'IRCINIA McDaniei Norfolk, Va. 

Ruth Personius Waverly, N. J. 

Anne Renforth Yorktown, Va. 

. Lorain, O. 



Florence Allen . 
Elizabeth Dale . 
Patricia Parsons 
Deborah Ralph . 



1937 

Riilininiul, \'a. Anne Moore Fort Monroe, Va. 

. . W'aynt', Pa. Ann Hooker Stuart, \'a. 

Arlington, N. J. Marion Lee Rose Rii-liinoiul, Va. 

L\nchhurK, \'a. Gladys Tooke Belcher, La. 



P)iEBE Brooks Eppes 
Audrey Harmon . 



1938 



Battle Creek, Mich. 
. Wakefield, Mass. 



Jean Pollard. , 
Ann Robertson 



Port'-inouth, Va. 
. Petersburg, \'a. 



Margaret Foreman . 

Hilda Hase 

Ruth Ann Holzmuller . 
Jane Hutcheson . . . 
Josephine Jenkins. . . 



Pledges 

. . Norfolk, Va. Mary Nye Elyria, O. 

Fort Monroe, \'a. Elsie Quinlan Norfolk, Va. 

. . Milford, Del. Sue Thompson .... Bellows Falls, Vt. 

. Massapequa, L. T. Margaret H. Williams , Forest Hills, L. \. 

. . . Crewe, Va. Mary Rebecca Williams . . . Suffolk, \'a. 

Olive Williams .... West Chester, Pa. 



Omicron Beta Chapter of Chi Omega, established on May 30, i92t. was the first national 
sorority installed on the William and Mary campus. In fourteen years Omicron Beta has initiated 
159 members. 

It is a custom to giYe annuall\' a sociologv prize to the woman student who has done the most 
outstanding work in that field. In 1935, at the Chi Omega national convention, Omicron Beta 
was awarded the silver loving cup for being the most outstanding chapter of that organization. 



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\'|RGIMA Martin- 
Roberta RoSESnAI.E 
Mildred Page 
Nancv Pee!) 



WiNiKRED LaCrosse 
CJertrlde McC'ai.i.um 
Elizabeth Herman 
Mary Bell Hvait 



Helen Frame 
Barbara Blndv 
Sally Hall 
Bayly Blxher 
Ann Hall 



Carol McCoy 
X'lViENNE Brown 
Marguerite Blackwood 
Ada Stl'Ari- 



Eleanor Walker 
Jane Sunderland 
Lucia Hawle-\ 
Anne Seei.y 
Barbara Basseit 



Doris Campbell 
Ellen Latane 
Bertie Fox Courtney 
Nei.ia Beverley 



Dorothy Toulon 
Eleanor McCallum 
Margaret Wilson 
Marion Hobbs 
Jane Parker 



Sarah Dobbs 
Ann Cummings 
Ann Fairi.eigh 
Anne Boh en 



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KAPPA ALPHA THETA 

I'liuiiiLil lit Di I'lUiti- I'nh'irsity , iSjii 

BETA LAMBDA CHAPTER 

EsliihtisljCii 11)22 

SoRORHS IV Facii.tate 
Miss Emii.v IIai.i, Mrs. John Fisher 

S<iR()Ri;.s IN' I/rbe 

Miss Pkticoi.as Lee Mrs. V. O. Kent 

Mrs. John- Henderson' 

SoRORR.S IX Coi.lecio 

1936 

Awe Bou'en' Pounding Mill. \'a. Marion Hobbs Bmnxville, N. Y. 

Ann Cu.mmings Newtim, Mnss. Eleanor McCai.i.um . . . Chillicotlie, Ohin 

Sarah Dobbs Athinta, Cki. Jane Parker Norfolk, \'a. 

Ann Faireeich Hopkin>ville, Ky. noRonn Toui.ON . , . Wavliinutnii, P. C. 

Margaret Wilson . . BowHiik Green, \'a. 

1037 

Nei.ia Beverley W'iiu-liester, \'a. ^IAR^ Kino Lee .... Williainsburt,', \'a. 

Doris Campbei.i Buffalo, N. \. I'.li.en Latane Oak Cnive, \'a. 

Bertie Fox CouR^^E^ . . Miiiuiy PoiTit, \'a. .\nne Seelv Newark, N. |. 

Cornelia Land Surrey, \'a. I.\ne Sunderland. . . . Fort Monroe, \'a. 

Kle.\nor W'.m ker Oldham^, \'w. 

1938 

Barbara Bassett .... Swarthmore, Pa. K.vihleen Herold Olcan, N. ^■. 

Lucia Hawlev ... Washington, D. C. Carol McCov Broiixville, N. '^'. 

.Ada Stuart Tappahannock, \'a. 

Plf.dgf.s 

Marguerite Blackwood . . . Nurfulk, \'a. \\'inhred LaCrosse . . . . Westfield, N. I. 

ViviENNE Brown .... Farrytnwn, N. >'. Iu.i/abeih Herman . . . Fort Murnne, \'a. 

Bam.v Bucker Fort Munrne, \'a. Gertrude McCai.i.um . . Chillicotlie, Ohio 

Barbara Bundv .... Washint^ton, D. C. N'irginia Martin Farmville, Va. 

Helen Frame .... East Dedham, Mas>. Mildred Page Norfolk, Va. 

Anne Hall Williamshnrg, \'a. Nancs Peed Louisville, Ky. 

Sarah Hall Eastnn, Pa. June Peterson Cranfnrd, N. j. 

Marv Bell Hv.wt .... RichlamK, \'a. RonERT.\ Rosendai.e. . . . Westfield', N. J- 

Kappa Alpha Theta was founded at nepau\v Iniversity, Greencastle, Indiana, in 1870. It 
was the first Greek letter fraternity known among women. There are at present h\ chapters in 
this country and Canada, with an approximate membership of 20,000. There are 55 alumns 
clubs. The local chapter. Beta Lambda, was established at William and Marv in 1922. It was 
the second national women's fraternity on this campus. 



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Frances Nen'zel 
Margaret Peek 
Helen" Kimmei, 
Helen Wall 
Jane Lewis 



Jeannette Luckie 
Mary Blanchard 
Dorothy Pierce 
Mary A. Bozarth 



Janet Watson 
Sara Cole 
Nancy H. Blair 
N'ancy White 



Katherine Matejka 
Shirley Daicer 
Marjorie Bach 
Minnie Franck 



Waylavd Stone 
Sara Robbixs 
Margie A. Hoskins 
Constance Southcate 
Catherine David 



Dorothy Spence 
Paula Bach 
Martha Ann King 
Clementine Samsel 



CORINNE BlOEDORN 

Mary P. Gravatt 
Louise Taylor 
Marjorie Harrison 
Elizabeth Fieser 



Betty Jane Irons 
Beverly Bridge 
Marietta Butler 
Jean Gordon 



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KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA 

Foiiiiiliil III M'liuiKiiiili (Uilhgc, iSyu 
GAMMA KAPPA CHAPTER 

Eslahlhind /OJ; 



SoRORES IN UrKE 



Mrs. Rutherkoori) CJoodwin 
Mrs. Wai.tkr P. Ho/arih 



Miss Nancv Davis 
Miss Eli.a Repass 



F.ACULTY 
Miss Marguerite Wynne Roberts 

(Eradiate Student 
Virginia Mister Capeville, Ohin 

SoRORES IN ClJLLEGIO 



Nancv Blair Danville, Va. 

Betty Davidson Lexington, Va. 

Betty Fieser Bethesda, Md. 



1936 



Mary Pinckney GRAVArr . Blackstone, Va. 

Helen Kimmel Hampton, Va. 

Margaret Peek Norfolk, Va. 



I9J7 

Marjorie Bach .... \Villiain>lnir>;, Va. Marjorie Harrison 

CORINNE Bloedorn . . . Fort Morgan, Colo. . . . Boiling Field, Washington, D. C. 
Virginia Chesson Portage, Pa. Jane Lewis Newport News, Va. 



Minnie Franck Richmond, Va. 



I9J8 



Jean Luckie 



East Aurora, N. Y. 



Nancy Adams Dover, Del. 

Beverly Bridge . . . Mechanic Falls, Me. 

Marietta Butler Manila, P. L 

Jean Gordon Easton, Pa. 

Fre.shmen 



Frances Nenzel Richmond, \'a. 

Sara Robbins Tarrytowii, N. Y. 

Constance Southcate . West Newton, Mass. 
Helen Wall . . . Fort Leavenworth, Kan. 



Lettie Armstead . 
Paula B.ach . 
Helen Bennett . 
Shirley' Daiger . 
Martha Davis . 
Margie Hoskins . 



. Williamsburg, \'a. 

. Williamsburg, Va. 

. . Chevy Chase, Md. 

. . Baltimore, Md. 

. . Minneapolis, Minn. 

Fort Leavenworth, Kan. 

Janet W.vrsoN . . 



Betty Jane Irons . . .St. Petersburg. Fla. 

Yvonne Johnson Richmond, Va. 

K.atherine M.atejka . . Washington, D. C. 

Dorothy Spence Clarendon, \'a. 

Louise Taylor Richmond, Va. 

Margaret Taylor Norfolk, Va. 

Charleston, W. Va. 



Pledges 



Alice Ahalt Alexandria, Va. 

Mary Blanchard . Fort Leavenworth, Kan. 
Mary A. Bozarth . , . Williamsburg, Va. 

Sara Cole Montclair, N. J. 

Catherine David .... Ossining, N. Y. 
Martha Anne King . . Washington, D. C. 
Patricia Deady . . 



Dorothy Pierce Norfolk, Va. 

Clementine Samsei Portage, Pa. 

W^ayland Stone . . . Washington, D. C. 
Nancy White . . . Shaker Heights, Ohio 

Josephine Worsham Dallas, Tex. 

Bettie Wall . . . Fort Leavenworth, Kan. 
. . Ossining, N. Y. 



Kappa Kappa Ciamma made its tirst public appearance at Monmouth College, Monmouth, 
Illinois, on October 13, 1870. It now extends across the United States and in the southern part 
of Canada. There are seventy-one active chapters and ii8 alumae chapters, including one in 
London, England. 

Kappa Kappa Gamma has been on the William and Mary campus since February 16, 1923. 
It was the third sorority to be established at the college. It was originally a local chapter, 
Upsilon Delta Beta, which was organized in 1920. 



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Harriki Morden" 
Barbara Beard 
Florence Fisher 
Lois McEwek 



AuGusiA Porter 
Oi.ive Nestor 
Helen Skohei.d 



Mae Wricht 
P'lizabetu Jones 
Mar-i Mackev 
Jane Avres 



Betty B artel 



Jean Warren 
Beal Sale 
Jane Steele 
Jean Tennev 



Marcelith Meyer 
Anne Loorum 
Carol Gouldman 



Clover Johnson 
Charlotte Lockwood 
Mary Alice Barnes 
Leona Tisdale 



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PI BETA PHI 

F<jtiiuli(l (It M'liiiii'iittli (Jolhyi , iSdy 
VIRGINIA GAMMA CHAPTER 

lislahlislud IQJf 



SoRORiis IX L'rhe 



Mrs. D. J. Bi.oCKKK 
Mrs. J. C). Wakblrjov 
Miss Jkas' Marcham 
Miss Katmri \e Williams 



Mrs. Floyd Avers 
Miss Alice Person 
Miss Sali,-*- Rehd 
Miss Mar> Allev 



Elizabeth Jones 
Jane Avers. . . 
Jane Steele . . 
Mae Wright . , 



SoRORES 1\ CoLLEGIO 
1936 

. . Ncirfdlk, \'n. Mildred Heine.viann 

\\'illiain>hiirt;, \:\. l.ois McEwen . . . 

l.diiisvillc, K\. Ifan Tennev . . . 

. LynchlniiK, \'a. Helen Skofield . . . 



. Brdkenhui't;, \'a. 

. C'hicagn, III. 

HaKei>t(nvn, Md. 

. Ilamptnn, \'a. 



Carol Gouldman 
Florence Fisher . 



CHARLoriE Lock WOOD 
Barbara Beard . . 



1937 
Freilcricksbinn, \'a. Clover Johnson . 

. l.iinUe\, \a. .Anne Looram . 

. . Tciiaflv, \. I. Olive Nesior . . 

, Cobleskill, N. \. Harriei Morden 



. Pilt>lnii^;h. Pa. 
Nrw \<n\. N. ^■. 



Caliluell, N. 1. 
Bad Axe, Mich. 



Gerrv Nash . . . 
Marcileth Meier 
Lucille Eldridce . 
Marv Methews . 
Jane Baker . . . 
Jean Baker . 
Lucille Havnes . . 
Jean Warren . . 
Marv Mackev . 



Pledges 

. Philadelphia, Pa. Leona Tisdale Ossining, N. Y, 

Oklahiima City, Okla. CJertrude Schaefer Cass, W. V'a 

. . Hagerstown, Md. Eleanor Smali Edentoii, N. C 

. Eastern Shore, Va. Bettv Bartel Richmond, Ind 

. , , Cleveland, O. Joan Anderson . White Plains, N. V, 

. , . Cleveland, (). ."Augusta Porter Portsmouth, Va 

. Long Island, N. \". Pearl Brueger .... Maplewond, N. I 

Washington, 11. C. Beal Sale Washington, D. C, 

Oklahoma City, Okla. Letitia Jones Norfolk, Va, 

Mar"! Alice Barnes . . . Flushing, N. Y. 



P! Beta Phi, the pioneer ainong national fraternities for women, was founded under the luinie 
of I. C. Sorosis, on April 2S, 1867. at Monm(Uith College, Monmouth, Illinois. The fraternity 
was the result of serious discussion and planning and a realization of the needs and demands of 
the rising generations of women for higher and broader spiritual development and unity. TodaN 
Pi Beta Phi has 79 chapters and a membership of 23.000. 

The local chapter of Pi Beta Phi was established in 1925, when the inemb^-rs of Helta Phi 
Kappa, a campus organization established in 1920, was granted a charter. 



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BETT^■ Peck 
Peari. Haigis 



Doris \'an Diem 
AvA Burke 



Eleanor Garris 
Roberta Brittle 
Sara Hunt 



Margaret Garris 
Lucille Palmer 



Charlotte Johnson 
Barbara Douglas 
Constance Graves 



Nanc\ Re\ ei.ev 
Josephine Chenault 



Frances Maddrev 
AiLEEN Barclay 
Mary Frances Parsons 



Alberta Strader 
Ella Lee Fulton 



Betty Hunter 
NL\RV Smith 
EvAi.-i N Striblinc 



Lois Sheppard 
Carolyn Richardson 



Virginia San 
Karin Serbell 
Nancy Richardson 



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PHI MU 



Fdiiiiiliil (it It'ishyiiii Colli (jc, lS§2 



GAMMA ALPHA CHAPTER 

EsUihlisIhA H)2() 

SORORES IN UrBE 
Miss Pearl Voi nc Miss Tiihi.ma Brown 



SoRORES IN FaCL'LTATE 
Miss Ethei, Skinner 



Roberta Brittle . 
Josephine Chenali 
Karin Serb ell . 
Sara Hunt . . . 



Sorores in Collegio 
1936 



. Emporia, Va. 
Richmond, Va. 
. Leoiiia, N. 1. 
. . Jeffs, Va. 



Maki SMirii . 
Alliene Saunders 
Nancy Revelev . 
Doris Van Dien . 



New York, N. Y. 
. . Norfolk, Va. 
. Richmond, Va. 

Essex Falls, N. J. 



1937 



Ava Burke Hampton, Va. 

Peggy Johnson New York, N. Y. 

EVALYN STRIBI.ING. 

Barbara Douglas Reedville, Va. 

Ella Lee Fulton Roanoke, Va. 

Constance Graves . . East Walpole, Mass. 
Elizabeth Lea South Bo'-tim, Va. 



Mary Frances Parsons . . . Roanoke, Va. 
Carolyn Richardson . Newport News, Va. 
. Richmond, Va. 



1938 



Lucille Palmer Emporia, Va. 

Nancy Richardson . . Newport News, Va. 

Lois Sheppard Morristown, N. J. 

Ann Spence .... Elizabeth Citv, N. C. 



Pledges 



Ailleen Barclai .... Portsmouth, \'a 

Elizabeth Carr Leesburg, Va 

Nancy Easely Morristown, N. J 

Eleanor Garris Norfolk, Va 

Margaret Garris Norfolk, Va 

Pearl Haigis Foxboro, Ma 

Al.BERTA StRADER 



Charlotte Johnson . . . Greenwich, N. J 
Rosa Elizabeth Jordan . . . Norfolk, Va 

Betty Hunter Norfolk, Va, 

Frances Maddrey Norfolk, Va 

Betty Peck Glen Ridge, N. J 

Virginia San St. Petersburg, Fla 

. Philippi, W. Va. 



Phi Mu, the second oldest Greek letter organization for women, was founded January 4, 1852, 
by three students at Wesleyan College, Macon, Georgia. It was announced to the public on 
March 4. 1852, as the Philomathean Society. This society became national in 1904, when a charter 
was obtained from the state of Georgia and Beta Chapter of Phi Mu Fraternit\* was formed at 
Hollins College, Hollins, Virginia. 

Gamma Alpha Chapter of Phi Mu Fraternity was founded at the College of William and 
Mary on April 24, 1926. 



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Pkocv Prickf.tt 

JANKT BlI.I.El 

Frances Grouecoeur 
Margeri Croet 



Helen Wiegand 
Mary Garrett 
Dorothy Hosford 
Dorothy Kincaid 



Jesme Rose Hite 
Sarah Scammov 
Ma\ Fielder 
Marlon Stuart 



llXRBARA WaSTCOAT 

Mary Willis O'Farrell 
Joyce Jacksov 
Jean \'osburgh 



Bernadine Erb 
Martha Sherratt 
Polly Spinney 
Ruth Lvov 

Ollie Darling 



Laura Middleton 
Margaret White 
Ethel Jordon 
Frances Garrett 



I^F.TiA Philips 
Anne Reynolds 
Pegg^- Cook 
Lani May Smith 



DoRonn CJammock 
Jane Speakman 
Margaret \'ass 
Marjorie Nesbitt 



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ALPHA CHI OMEGA 

i'oiiiuhil lit n,l'iiii-,i- i'linutsily. iSS^ 



BETA DELTA CHAPTER 

Eshihlislnd iQj; 



SnR(iRi;s ix I'RRrt 



Mks. W. r. Il.incis Mrs. W. M. Jonks 

Mrs. John J.mirov 



SoRORES IX F.ACLLT.ATE 
Miss Ai.thf..\ Hunt Miss Kaiiii.kkn Ai.sop 



Ol.IVH I").\RI.ISG . 
M.-VRJORIE XeSBIIT 

s.\r.\1i sc.ammon . 
Fr.ances G.arrett 



Anne Revnolos 
Betty Philips . 



May Fielder . 
Jane Robertson 



SoRORES IX COLLEGIO 
1036 

Pni-i Jitftivnii, N. ^ . Marcakei White 

. . lialliiiiiire, Md. \'ioi.ET Ramsev . 

. Newport News, \'n. Margery Croft . 

. . Wvtheville, \'a. .Marian Stuart . 



1937 
. W'.i-hinutnii, n. C. M.\Ri:,\REr \'ass . 

Kiiliinnnil, \d. Helen Wiegand. . 

Mariiia SilKRK.Mi . . . Mnnciiipiahcla, Pa. 

iq.^S 
. Fort Meade, Mil. lloRoiin Kincaid . 

. . . Elkton, Mil. Jane Speakm.\n . 



Charlottesville, Va. 

. Rockx Mount, \'a. 

Hulla Cvmvvd, Pa. 

. Little Falli, N. J. 



Kirhinonil, Va. 
Moiitelair, N. J. 



Wihninntori, Del. 
W'ilniin^ton, Pel. 



Pledges 



Jennie Rose Hite . 
Peggy Cook . . . . 
Jeav Vosburgh . 
Laura Mirdleton . 
Ethel Joroan . 
Ruth Lyon .... 
Bernadine Ere . 
Margarei Sibert . 
Dorothy Gam.viock 
Janet Billet . 
Jane CJrimes . . . 
Maria Savedge . . 



. Blackstone, \'a. 

. . Petershurs, \'a 

New Rochelle, N. V 

. Mount (ackson. \'a 

. . . . Duhlln, \'a 

. Wheel inn. W. \'n 

. Wheeling, W. Va 

. . Norfolk, Va 

. . . Hampton, \'a 

Richmond, \'a 

. Scarsdale, N. ^" 

. Surre\, \'a 



K.viiLY Stuart . . . . 
Joyce Jackson . . . . 
\L\RY Garrett . 
Peggy Prick ett . . 
\L^RY Willis O'Farreli 
Pauline Spinney . 
B.\rbara Wastcoast . . 
DoROTtn' HosFORn . . . 
Lani Mae Smith . . . 
Frances Grodecoeur . 
.^i.f.tha Waro . . 

Frances Haiden . . . 



. Little Falls, N. [ 

. . . Suffolk, Va 

. . Wvtheville, \'a 

, Washington, D. C 

- Petersburji, \'a 

Hingham, Mass 

. RidKewooiI, N. J 

. Maplewood, N. I 

. . . Norfolk, \'a 

. Mononnahela, Pa 

Atlantic City, N. J 

Newport News, \'a 



ALPHA CHI OMEGA 

Beta Delta Chapter of Alpha Chi Oinef;a was founded on April 8, 1927, through the efforts 
of Miss Althea Hunt. The fraternity has been represented in Women's Student Cooperative 
Government, Mortar Board, Phi Beta Kappa, dramatic and musical productions, athletics, de- 
bating, publications, and honorary fraternities. Beta Delta has contributed to the honor of the 
fraternity nationally. In 1932 and 1933 it held the campus scholarship cup, and in 1934 the 
Alpha Chi Omega Southern Province Scholarship Cup. In 1934 two of its pledges wrote "Alpha 
Chi Omega Sweetheart Song." 



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Mabel Hadlev 
Sarah Shelton 
Anne Ware 
Mabel Turner 



Dlxie Sterling 
Betsy Christian 
Florence Whitely 
Frances Jewell 
Mary Ann Keller 



Rachel Griffin 
Louise Merkel 
Kathleen Skidmore 
Rosa Evans 



Winnie Nelson 
Anne Edwards 
Harriet Davis 
Marcia Galliher 
Fay Bryant 



Sarah Nesbit 
Mary Shackleton 
Margaret Hutton 
Suzanne Doane 



JANIE McDaniel 
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Margaret Vaden 



Louise Agree 
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KAPPA DELTA 

Fiuiiulcl III Slate Tiiulu'is C'illitjr. luinnvUli . I'n.. iSqj 



ALPHA PI CHAPTER 

liilahlulnd /O-'S 



Mrs. R. p. Cocke 



Sdrores in Urp.e 
Miss An-mk Bozarih 



Mrs. Ch.ari.ks Marsh 



SoRORES IX Coi.i.Er.io 



Helen Conner 
CoRiNNE Wai.i, . 
Awe Edwards 
Louise Merki.e 
Mabi.e Hadi.v . 



. Teaiieck, N. 1. 
. South Hill, Vi. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
. Cranford, N. 1. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 



Sarah Shelton . 
Mabel Turner . 
Virginia Sterling 
K.XTE Bristovv . 
.\dei.e Stephenson 



. . . Norfolk, Va 
. . . Norfolk, Va 

. Philadelphia, Pa 
Tappahannock, Va 

.... Ivor, Va 



1937 



Wii.berta Newberry 
Peggy Rocap . . . 
Harriet Davis . 
Kathryn Vaden . . 
Louise Agree . 



Suzanne Doane 
Ruth Merkle . 



Santa Monica, Calif. 

. . Plainfield, N. J. 

. . Poolesville, Md. 

. . . . Gretna, Va. 

.... Sharps, Va. 

Frances Jewell . 



Mary Winston Nelson . Williamsburg, Va. 
Marrianne Keller . . Newport News, Va. 

Mary Shackleton Victoria, Va. 

Sarah Nesbit Birmingham, Ala. 

Margaret Fay Bryant . . . Richmond, Va. 
. . Richmond, Va. 



1938 



. . . Phoebus, Va. 
. . Cranford, N. J. 
Anne Ware . . . 



Florence Whitely 
Margaret Vaden . 
. Williamsburg, Va. 



Philadelphia, Pa. 
. . Gretna, \'a. 



Pledges 



Janie MacDaniel . . 
Mercedes Allen . 
Ruth Brill .... 
Elizabeth Christian 
Rosa Evans .... 
Marcia Galliher . 
Edna Howell . . . 
Eleanor Erwin . . 
Bettie Anne Iones . 



. . Jackson, N. C. 

. Bridgewater, Va. 

. . Danbury, Conn. 

. Roanoke, Va. 

. Clarendon, Va. 

. Chevy Chase, Md. 

. Mapiewood, N. T- 

. . Plainfield, N. j. 

. . Baltimore, Md. 

Margaret Hutton 



Vera Miller Baltimore, Md 

Anne Page Roanoke, Va 

Kathleen Skidmore . . . Paintsville, Kv 

Rachel Griffin Nashville, N. C, 

Martha Stueve Cincinnati, O 

Phyllis Tall Baltimore, Md 

Alice Calhoun Petersburg, Va 

Bonny Avery Holdcroft, \'a 

Eleanor Gili Dover, N. T 

. . . Suffolk, Va. 



Kappa Delta Sorority was founded October 23, 1897, at the State Normal School in Farmville, 
Va. Since then it has increased its number of chapters to seventy-five actives, «ith one hundred 
alumnx associations. Kappa Delta was asked to join the N. P. C. in 1923 and was accepted on 
the first petition. The Alpha Pi Chapter started locally as the Chi Alpha Fraternity, and was 
admitted to the national organization in 1928. 



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Margaret Van Oot 



Kathrvn Ferguson 
Elizabeth Booker 
Harriet Colver 



June Ackerman 
Helen Wallace 



Grace Crider 
Elizabeth Groner 



Barbara Shepler 
Barbara Nicholas 



Emily Sneed 
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DELTA DELTA DELTA 

Founded iil Boston IJ niversity, iSSS 
ALPHA MU CHAPTER 

Eslablislu-J iqjS 



Mrs. Charles Duke 
Mrs. William Guv 



SORORES IX UrBE 

Mrs. Shields Heni.ev 
Mrs. K. G. Hoke 



Mrs. J. H. Jackson 
Mrs. a. E. Kendrew 



SoRORES IN COLLEGIO 

1936 
June Ackerman . . . Asbury Park, N. J. Kathrvn Ferguson' . . . Alleiihurst, N. J. 

Ruth Anwvi.i Harrisburg, Pa. Emily Snerd Toano, Va. 

Margaret Van Oot .... Richmond, Va. 

1937 

Catherine Daniels . . Rocky Mount, N. C. Ann Price Montvale, N. J. 

Marguerite McMenamin . . Hampton, \'a. Helen Wallace Hethesda, Md. 

1938 

Bertha Jane Capps Norfolk, Va. Phyllis King . . . Rockville Center, N. Y. 

Lucille Fitts Cortland, N. Y. Barbara Nicholas Dayton, O. 

Frances Jenkins Roanoke, Va. Barbara Shepler .... HarrishurK, Pa. 

Helen Wood East Orange, N. J. 



Pledges 



Elizabeth Booker Lottsburg, Va 

Harriet Colyer Cobleskill, N. Y 

Grace Crider Lakewood, O 

Minnie Dobie Stony Creek, Va 

Julia Edwards Jacksonville, Ala 

Jean George ... Bayside, L. I., N. Y 
M. Elizabeth Groner . . . Springfield, O 
Marion Hinman Hampton, Va 



Pegcv Layman Roanoke, Va. 



Athalie P.aquet . . 
Sally Ann Price . . 
Claudia Torrence . 
Mary J. Van Deusen 
Jane Weaver . . . 
Christine Weaver . 
Winifred Wheeler . 



. . New Orleans, La. 

. . Glen Rock, N. J. 

. Hot Springs, Va. 

. Canandaigua, N. Y. 

. . New Hope, Pa. 

. CJloucester, Va. 

Baldwin, L. L, N. Y. 



DELTA DELTA DELTA 

Alpha Mu of Delta Delta Delta was installed at the College of William and Mary on Decem- 
ber 1, 1928. The present chapter was formed from a local sorority. Delta Chi Delta, which had 
been organized on the campus by Alice Claibourne, a Tri Delta pledge from Sewanee, with the 
intention of petitioning to the national organization for a charter. 

In the winter of 1931 the chapter house on Richmond Road burned with a loss of all chapter 
and personal belongings. In September, 1931, Tri Delta moved into the house it now occupies 
in Sororitv Court. 



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DOROTHV JORDEN- 

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GRETCHEN KlMMEI.L 

Evelyn Eberwtne 



Martha Moreland 
Mh.dred Graves 
Marynetta Moore 



Frances Moreland 
Carol Osgood 



Arbelyn Wn.DER 
Nita LlGON 
Greta Grason 



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GAMMA PHI BETA 

Founded at Syrtiiiisi I' iiivrrsily , JS74 



ALPHA CHI CHAPTER 

lislahlisliid K/jJ 

SoRORl'S IN UrBE 
Miss Ann Chapman 



SoRORRS IX C()I,(,1;G10 

1936 

Nellie Bloxton .... \Villiain>liur«, \';i. Mershon Kessi.i-r ... Hlackslnirg, \':i. 

VViN'irRED Brouciiek. . . . Wellsville, P;i. Helma Mali.or^' .... l.invreiKevillt', \a. 

Elizabeth Browse Charles Town, \V. \'a. Frances Morei.and .... Ilainpnin, \'a. 

Na\c\ Horn BaltinKire, Mel. Frances Walker .... RitliiiKHul, \'a. 

1937 
Marjorie Dearheari . , . Richiiiiiiui, \'a. CiRETCHEN KiMMEi.i. . . . Jacksonville, Fla. 

Sallv Elmore . Lawrenceville, \'a. Carol Osgood Washington, D. C. 

Mildred Graves Luray, Va. Dorothv Youno .... Glen Ridge, N. J. 

1938 

Greta Grason Towsoii, Mil. Marvketia Mooke .... neltaville, \'a. 

NiTA LicON Richmond, Va. Martha Moreland .... llainptun, \a. 



Pleiioes 

Evelyn Eberutne Driver, \'a. Carolv.n Maher ..... Lynchburg, Va. 

Barbara Hurd Martinsville, Va. .■\rbelvn Wilder Lebanon, Pa. 

Dorothy Jordan Brooklyn, N. V. Betty Jane Long ... Rochester, N. Y. 

Lois Long ....... Rochester, N. \. 



Gamma Phi Beta was fnundcd Xo\enilier 11. 1S74, at S\racii-e l'ni\'t'r>ity. It is (pne of the 
six international sororities, having 4s active chapters in the I'nited States and Canada, 39 alinnn;e 
chapters, and 25 associations. I'he .'^Ipha Chi Chapter was colonized at the College of William 
and Mary September 11. 1932. 

The sorority colors are brown and mode, and the flower is the pink carnation. CraTiiina Phi 
Beta publications include a quarterly magazine, I'lir Ciisiiiil . Sniii/ Hani;, Ilislnry. Plidi/i- 
Manual, and Diiiiloiy. 



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FRATERNITY AND SORORITY 
CHAPTERS ON CAMPUS 



Theta Delta Chi Epsilon Charge 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon Virginia Kappa Chapter 

Pi Kappa Alpha Gamma Chapter 

Kappa Alpha Alpha Zeta Chapter 

Kappa Sigma Nu Chapter 

Sigma Phi Epsilon • Virginia Delta Chapter 

Sigma Nu Epsilon Iota Chapter 

Phi Kappa Tau Alpha Theta Chapter 

Lambda Chi Alpha Epsilon Alpha Zeta 

Phi Alpha Tau Chapter 

Alpha Phi Delta Beta Gamma Chapter 

Sigma Pi Alpha Eta Chapter 

Pi Lambda Phi Psi Chapter 

Chi Omega Omicron Beta Chapter 

Kappa Alpha Theta Beta Lambda Chapter 

Kappa Kappa Gamma Gamma Kappa Chapter 

Pi Beta Phi Virginia Gamma Chapter 

Phi Mu Gamma Alpha Chapter 

Alpha Chi Omega Beta Delta Chapter 

Kappa Delta Alpha Pi Chapter 

Delta Delta Delta Alpha Mu Chapter 

Gamma Phi Beta Alpha Chi Chapter 



BOOK FOUR 



ATHLETICS 




HISTORY OF 
ATHLETICS 




WILLIAM S. GOOCH, JR. 
DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS 
An able leader, friend, and gentlei 



The first organized athletic team to represent William and Mary in in- 
tercollegiate competition was the football team of 1894 which lost to Hamp- 
den-Sydney 24-0 in the only game played that year. Baseball was started a 
year later but neither of these sports became firmlv established until 1900. 
In one of their early games the baseball team was defeated by Washington 
and Lee by the unusual score of 40-0. Richmond College, now William and 
Mary's foremost rival, was met for the first time in 1898 on the gridiron. 

After football and baseball had become well organized, basketball was 
adopted in 1906 when the Indians vanquished the University of Virginia 
team 2-0 in their initial contest. Track was taken up in 1917 but the first 
scheduled meet, with V. M. I., was called off when war was declared. The 
year 1920 saw William and Mary enter its first meet, a state contest in which 
the order of finish was Richmond, William and Mary, Hampden-Sydney, 
Roanoke and Randolph-Macon. 



Athletics became firmly established in 1919 with the inauguration of Dr. 
J. A. C. Chandler as president of the college, and since that date, Indian 
teams have won 61 per cent of all contests engaged in. 

Joseph C. "Scrap" Chandler captained the William and Mary track 
team for two years and the baseball team for one in the early '20's, becoming 
track coach in 1925, a position which he has held to the present time. Since 
that year the Indian harriers have won 10 Virginia Conference and five state 
titles. Football immortals of the '20's include John Todd, Meb Davis, and 
Art Matsu. Red Maxey, Bill Scott, Otis Douglas, Billy Palese, and Stumpy 
Bryant have excelled for the Indians during the present decade. 

All in all, William and Mary teams have won six conference and one 
state title in football, eight conference and one state title in basketball, nine 
conference and two state titles in baseball, and ten conference and five state 
titles in track. Swimming, tennis, golf, and fencing were introduced in the 
'20's and have continued to the present. Wrestling was taken up by William 
and Mary in 1928 but lasted only one year. Recently, under the supervision 
of Otis Douglas, intramural sports have been introduced and are flourishing. 





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G. Bunch 
Goellnight 
Wallace 





4 



Pye 



Woodard 

Scruggs 

Zanghi 



SUMMARY OF THE 1935 SEASON 



William and Marys eleven, 
though handicapped throughout the 
season by a succession of injuries, 
turned in a record of three victories, 
three ties, and four losses while play- 
ing the most ambitious schedule ever 
undertaken by an Indian team. 

William and Mary . . 
U. of Virginia .... 

Coach Tommy Dowler's Indians 
opened their season and dedicated 



their beautiful new stadium on Sep- 
tember 21 by battling Virginia's 
Cavalier's to a scoreless deadlock. 
A blazing sun slowed up the play 
throughout and the contest was list- 
less as neither team showed any real 
offensive strength. The great punt- 
ing of Captain Bryant kept the ball 
in Virginia territory most of the 
game. 



William and Mary 
Navy 



. 
30 



Matheny 




Following their usual custom, the 
Indians journeyed up to Annapolis 
to open Navy's schedule. Play was 
about even during the first half but 
the Middies' four teams finally wore 
the Indians down and rolled up a 
decisive margin in the second half. 
Bryant, Marino, and Zable were 
outstanding for William and Mary's 
rather futile cause. 

William and Mary . . 
Army 14 



quarter. Szumigala, promising 
sophomore fullback, was injured in 
this game and forced out for the 
remainder of the season. 

William and Mary . . 

V. P. 1 

Returning to the state grid battle, 
William and Mary's already injury- 
riddled eleven fought the Gobblers 
to a scoreless tie in Richmond be- 
fore 8,000 spectators. The game 
was a costly one to the Indians as 




Hadtkc 
Haynie 



Playing the second of the service 
academies on the next week-end at 
West Point, N. Y., the Indians 
gave an excellent account of them- 
selves by putting up a great fight 
throughout the game, but again su- 
perior reserve strength paved the 
way to victory as the Cadets rolled 
up two touchdowns in the final 



Beach 








Harper 




O. 


Bii 


nch 




Szumigala 








Blaker 



Captain Bryant, All-South Atlantic 
and All-State halfback, sustained a 
broken ankle and was out for the 
rest of the season. The passing 
combination of Bunch to Zable was 
the Indians' only effective offensive 
weapon. 

William and Mary . . 44 
Guilford 



Guilford's visiting Quakers 
proved no match for the Indians 
who used three teams and scored at 
will to turn in their first win of the 
season. The jinx pursuing Indian 
backs again bobbed up, Woodard 
receiving an ankle injury which 
shelved him for a month. Matheny, 
in Bryants vacated halfback posi- 
tion, romped through the Guilford 
line for four of William and Miry's 
scores. 

William and Mary . . 14 
Roanoke 7 

Roanoke fell before the Indian 
attack in the most thrilling game 
played here in recent years. With 
three of their regular backs out 
with injuries, the Indians relied 
largely on the Bunch to Zable pass- 
ing combination. William and Mary 
threatened the Maroon goal five 
times in the final few minutes of 
play before Zable finally pulled in 
a short pass from Bunch to score the 
winning touchdown. 

William and Mary . . 
V. M. 1 19 

Coach Dowler's charges dropped 
their first game to a state opponent 
on November 2 before a Homecom- 
ing crowd of 5,000. The Indians 
showed no offensive strength and 
were kept on the defensive through- 
out by the Keydets' burly line and 
hard running ball carriers. Six In- 
dian regulars were out wkh injuries 
as the Tri-color squad turned in its 
most disappointing performance of 
the season. 

William and Mary . . 
Dartmouth 34 

Quantity and not quality of play- 
ers again turned back the Indian 
eleven as they held Dartmouth to 



7-0 at the half but were worn down 
in the second period in their game 
played in Hanover, N. H., on Nov- 
ember 9. Marino, aggressive Indian 
guard, turned in the outstanding 
performance as he ripped through 
the big Dartmouth line time after 
time to spill their backs for losses. 

William and Mary . . 22 
Emory and Henry . . 

In their final home game, the In- 
dians knocked the Wasps out of 
their first place position in the state 
standing with a clean cut 22-0 vic- 
tory. Zable, William and Mary's 
brilliant end who was later awarded 
an All-South Atlantic berth, tallied 
19 points as he scored two touch- 
downs and an extra point on passes 
from Blaker and fell on a punt 




LEGRANDE 

Tackle 

Co-Captain, 1936 




I 



i 



i 




blocked by McGowan for another 
score. 

William and Mary . . 6 
U. of Richmond ... 6 

A freak last minute pass was nec- 
essary to net the Indians a tie with 
their ancient rivals on Thanksgiv- 
ing in the Richmond stadium al- 
though they outplayed the Spiders 
in every department of the game, 
according to statistics. Richmond 
scored in the third period on a long 
pass. The Indians threatened all 
during the final quarter but did not 
score until the last 30 seconds as a 
pass intended for Zable was knocked 
down into the arms of Coiner, In- 
dian left end, who stumbled the re- 
maining two yards across the goal 
line to give William and Mary a 
freak but well deserved tie. 




BRYANT 

Halfback 

Co-Captain, 1936 




FRESHMAN FOOTBALL 

1935 

William and Mary's freshman grid team, coached bv 
Bill Scott and Otis Douglas, turned in a record of three 
wins, one tie, and t«o losses during the past season. 

Freshmen, 6; Fork Union Military Academy, 

The Little Indians ushered in their season with a well- 
earned though stubbornly fought victory over Fork Union's 
Cadet eleven. Playing their first game together, the frosh 
experienced some difficulty in the early stages in getting 
together but late in the second quarter with the passing 
combination of Delia Torre to Hern working smoothly, the 
Papooses marched down the field and scored on Canepa's 
line plunge just before the half whistle sounded. Hern, 
diminutive quarterback, got off long and accurately placed 
punts throughout the game to keep the visitors on the de- 
fensi\-e. 

Freshmen, 46; Louisburg College, 

With three weeks of practice since their opener, the Pa- 
pooses showed great strength in routing Louisburg. Coach 
Scott used every man on his squad as the frosh clicked 
smoothly in rolling up seven touchdowns and holding the 
visitors outside of the 20 yard line throughout. Again 
Hern was the outstanding Papoose back as his great kick- 
ing and accurate passing played havoc with the Quakers' 
team. Walker, Krueger, and Hook in the line smashed 
Louisburg players before they got started, while Hern, 
Canepa, and Delia Torre were the chief ground gainers 
for the Scottmen. 

Freshmen, 0; V. M. I. Frosh, 20 

Completely outclassed by the husky Cadet eleven which 
would have compared favorably with every varsity team 
in Virginia and which won the frosh state title easily, the 
Indian frosh put up a gallant fight but to no avail as the 
big Cadet backs tore through for gain after gain and scored 
three times. The game was costly to the Papooses as Hern 
received a foot injury which benched him for the re- 



mainder of the season. Twice the local frosh penetrated 
the Cadets' ten-yard line but lacked the punch to score. 
Walker, Canepa, and Honk were outstanding for the Pa- 
pooses. 

Freshmen, 4; Norfolk Div. of W. and M., 7 

The frosh suffered their second straight loss at the hands 
of Norfolk Division by the unusual score of 7 to 4 on the 
following Saturday in a game played in Norfolk. Unable 
to penetrate the heavy brave line with any consistency and 
hindered by the loss of four regulars through injuries, the 
Little Indians scored twice when the ball was downed be- 
hind their opponents' goal line but were unable to with- 
stand a 75-yard Division march in the third period which 
resulted in a touchdown and victory. Delia Torre, Canepa, 
and Veagcr were the big guns in the Papoose offensive 
while Walker and Tanner were the defensive stars. 

Freshmen, 37; Raymond Riordan, 

William and Mary's yearlings broke back into the win 
column at the expense of Raymond Riordan School of New- 
York in a game played here in a slanting rain and on a 
muddy field. The frosh, paced by Delia Torre and Canepa, 
scored twice in the opening minutes of play and tallied two 
more touchdowns before the half ended. Veager, who had 
taken over the kicking duties when Hern was injured, 
showed himself a master of the quick kick and used this 
weapon effectively throughout. All of the Papoose scores 
were made by Delia Torre and Canepa while Tirellis, 
Walker, and Hook looked good on the defense. 

Freshmen, 6; U. of Richmond Freshmen, 6 

In their annual clash with their ancient rivals the Scott- 
men outplaxed their foes in every department of the game 
statistically. Scoring first in the early stages of the contest 
on straight running plays featuring Delia Torre, Canepa, 
and Veager, the Papooses held their lead until, xvith only 
a few minutes of play remaining, Delia Torre fumbled a 
punt deep in William and Mary territory aiul the Baby 
Spiders carried it over on three line bucks. O'Harc broke 
up the pass for the extra point and the game ended shortly 
after \vith the teams deadlocked at 6-fi. 



VARSITY BASKETBALL 

Summary of the 1936 Season 

Christened the "httle giants," Coach Tommy Dow- 
ler's William and Mary floormen really lived up to 
their title by winning over some of the state's best 
teams, finishing third in the state standing with nine 
victories against four losses. Their record against all 
opposition was eleven wins and six defeats. 

Handicapped throughout the season by their lack 
of height, not a man on the starting five mea:uring si.x 
feet, the Indians nevertheless gave an excellent ac- 
count of themselves and climaxed their performance 
by defeating Washington and Lee 58-56 in the best 
played and most thrilling game played here in years. 
The Generals were previously undefeated, and after 
this loss continued their winning ways to capture 
state and Southern Conference runner-up honors. 

Richmond's strong Spider cagers continued to hold 
their jinx over the Indians, winning both games played 
by comfortable margins. 





COACH DOWLER 




i 




VARSITY BASKETBALL 



The Season's Record: 



William 
William 
William 
William 
William 
\\'illiam 
William 
William 
William 
William 
William 
William 
William 
William 
\^'illiam 
William 
William 



ami Man 
and Mary 
and Mary 
and Mary 
and Mary 
and Mary 
and Mary 
and Mary 
and Mary 
and Mary 
and Mar> 
and Mary 
and Mary 
and Mary 
and Mary 
and Mary 
and Marv 



Roanoke College . . 

Medical Col. of Va. 

V. of Virginia . . . 

Hampden-Sydney . . 

Virginia Tech . . . 

Roanoke College . . 

\'irginia Military . . 
Washington and Lee 

V. of Maryland . . 

U. S. Naval Acad. . 
Wake Forest .... 
\'irginia Tech . . . 
\'irginia Military . . 
\\'ashington and Lee 
I', of Richmond . . 
V. of Virginia . . . 
V. of Richmund . . 




CAPTAIN BLAKER 




VARSITY SQUAD 



FRESHMAN B A SK E TB ALL- 1 9 3 6 

William and Mary's freshmen cagers, coached by Bill Scott, broke even in their six- 
teen games, winning eight and losing eight. 

Faced at the start of the season with the problem of building a team out of almost 
entirely inexperienced players. Coach Scott succeeded in producing a combination which 
looked good at times and not so good at others. Stan Kamen, Frank Yeager, and Jack 
Young were outstanding and give promise of developing into varsity material. 

Highlights of the season were victories within a week over Norfolk Division of 
William and Mary and the Richmond freshmen, foremost rivals of the Papooses. 



The Season's Record: 



William and Mary 10 

William and Mary 32 

WiUiam and Mary 24 

35 

39: 

32 

32 

29: 

22 

35 

23 

30 

43 

41 

45 

11 



William 


and Mary 


William 


and Mary 


William 


and Mary 


William 


and Mary 


William 


and Mary 


William 


and Mary 


William 


and Mary 


William 


and Mary 


William 


and Mary 


William 


and Mary 


William 


and Mary 


William 


and Mary 


William 


and Mary 



Newport News High 

Hopewell High 

Raymond Riordan 

Wilson High 

Louisburg College 

South Norfolk High 

Suffolk High 

Duke Frosh 

Maury High 

Fork Union M. A 

Norfolk Division 

Thomas Jefferson High 

V. M. I. Frosh 

Norfolk Division 

U. of Richmond Frosh 

U. of Richmond Frosh 54 



.15 
.24 
.37 
.13 
21 
21 
14 
.38 
.24 
.38 
.58 
.18 
.60 
.29 
.41 



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SUMMARY OF 1935 SEASON 




The '35 varsity nine enjoyed a 
fairly successful season, winning 11 
of 17 games played, though losing 
two out of three to their ancient 
rivals, the Richmond Spiders. 

Weakened considerably by the 
loss of their ace pitcher, Owen 
Elliott, who left college after whip- 
ping Washington and Lee 8-2 in 
the opening game to make good 
with Richmond in the Piedmont 
League, the Indians struggled 
through the season with Scott the 
only dependable hurler left. 

Batting punch came largely from 
Captain Waddey Stewart, Captain- 
elect Dixie Moore, Jester, and Mar- 
able. Moore led Virginia collegians 
with a batting a\-erage in the vicin- 









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■^5S?^i>«-iiitt^" 



SUMMARY OF 1935 SEASON 




ity of 
base. 



.400. Outstanding in defensive play was Marable at second 



The two best played contests here saw the Indians down Dartmouth 
4-2, and battle Virginia's Cavaliers to a 5-5 deadlock in 12 innings. 
In the latter game, the score was tied at 3-3 at the end of the regular 
nine innings and each team picked up a run in the 11th and 12th 
innings, but darkness halted the contest at the end of the 12th. 

This year's team is playing a more difficult 27-game schedule, which 
includes a northern trip as far as Vermont. 



Will 
Will 
Will 
Will 
Will 
(I 
Will 
Will 
Will 



am i Mar\ 
am &■ Mary 
am &• Mary 
am & Mary 
am & Mary 

innings) 
am & Mary 
am & Mary 
am & Mar\ 



1935 Record 



W. & L. . 
W. & L. . 

Dartmouth 
V. Tech. 
r. of Va. 



I'. 



of Md. 
S. N. A. 
of R. 



William & Mary 

\\'illiam & Mary 

William i- Marv 

William & Marv 

William & Mary 

William & Marv 

William & Mary 

William k Mar\ 

William & Marv 

William i- Marv 



5 ; r. of Va. 15 
i; V. of R. 16 
3; H.-S. . . I 
3; r. of R, 5 
4; R. Col. . 2 
5 ; \'a. Tech. 3 
6 ; Va. Tech. i 
8; W. & L. 9 
8; Va. Mil . 5 
4; R. Col. . 7 




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1935 Record 

William and Mary i6 

_ South Norfolk High 15 

William and Mary 5 

Hopewell High o 

William and Mary 9 

Fork Union M. A 12 

William and Mary 2 

Wilson High o 

, „,— .^^ . -w -w William and Marv 18 

FRESHMAN BASEBALL ;;;;,- -,«£,;■ ;;;::;;::::■; 

_ Norfolk Division 2 

193 William and Mary 17 

Highland Springs High . . . ■ i 

William and Mary 7 

Maur> High 3 

Coach Tommy Dowler's freshman nine William and Mary 7 

Norfolk Division 8 

played a nine-game schedule, winning seven 
and losing two. Several of the frosh play- 
ers showed promise and should earn posi- i^^-t--:-^^---,^- wiM x^ • ,-g r" 

tions on the Indian varsity team this spring. |B ^ pV' -i* --y J^ ^^ ^ I 

Bud Metheny, hard-hitting outfielder, ■f5>»»t»tol^«.o,i![J]^,.i4,w^».''-.Jj^.«'.^ '■ 
handled his left field assignment in great "^ -,,1l>'"";fH--;3^|*^ ^sMt 

style in addition to batting at a .521 pace »■» ^^* . «^ t " 

for the nine contests played. Metheny, y Jj* ,_^ ft^ f V 
Harper, Oliver, Sheeran, Zykes, Adams, '. .*':' 

and Motley turned in good performances ,.•.;....• .. .. .«. ■ w •.■■•.•■■—■ --i.- /--y?*! 
throughout the season. freshman squad 

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1935 TRACK 



Su 



mmary 



For the jfifth year in succession, 
William and Mary laid claim to the 
state track title, defeating Rich- 
mond and V. M. I. in dual meets 
and conceded by the press to be the 
class of the Old Dominion in this 
sport. The Indian trackmen were 
coached by Scrap Chandler, who 
during his ten years as coach here 
has turned out ten Virginia Con- 
ference and five state championship 
teams. 

The brilliant Captain Monk Lit- 
tle was by far the outstanding In- 
dian performer. Winner of a 
dozen Southern Conference, Penn 
Relays, and Intercollegiate A. A. 
A. A. titles during his three years 
of varsity competition, the colorful 
Indian captain entered only one big 
meet last year, the Penn Relays, 



Livesav, Burgess. Flickenger 
Mafhery, Harrison, Murray 
Mingee. Bunch, R. Baker 



where he won the javeHn throw with 
a toss of 205 feet, 10 inches, and 
took second in the broad jump with 
a leap of 24 feet, 10' i inches. 
Little wound up his collegiate ca- 
reer in great style, counting 23 
points for the Indians in their vic- 
tory over Richmond, as he won the 
100, 220, 440, broad jump, and 
threw the javelin well over 200 feet 
but placed second to Clark of the 
Spiders. 

Other outstanding performers 
included Piatt Bullard in the mid- 
dle distances. Bud Smeltzer in the 
hurdles, Al DeGutis in the weights, 
and Joe Flickinger in the pole vault. 



The Season's Record 

William ciiid Mniy 49 

North Carolina I'niversity 76 

William and Mary 55 1/3 

I . S. Naval Academ> 70 2/3 

William and Mary 83 2/3 

Virginia Military 42 1/3 

William and Mary 54 

U. of Maryland 72 

William and Mary 54 2 /3 

Duke University 7'i/3 

William and Mary 72 

U. of Richmond 54 








Manager Rhodes 



Captain Bullard 



A. Baker. Lang, Blanton 
Lesner, DeGutis, Rowe 
Smelt7er, Batter, Marsh 



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FRESHMAN 
TRACK 

1935 

Coach Scrap Chandler's frosh 
trackmen turned in their fifth 
straight undefeated season and 
their tenth during the past 11 
years. Three top - notch high 
schools and two college freshmen 
teams were defeated by decisive 
scores. 

Outstanding on the Papoose 
squad were Mingee in the dashes, 
Roller and Baker in the middle 
distances, Szumigali in the 440, 
Rowe in the hurdles and broad 
jump, and Matheny in the high 
jump and pole vault. All of these 
men are expected to develop into 
regular point-getters for the '36 
varsity team. 



Summary 

William and Mary Fro>h . . . .86 

Hampton High 30 

William and Mary Frosh . . .71 

Newport News High 45 

William and Mary Frosh . . %o \ / 1 

John Marshall High 36 1/2 

William and Mary Frosh . . . 80 2/3 

V. M. I. Frosh 35 i/3 

William and Mary Frosh . . . 88 1/3 
Richmond Frosh 28 2/3 




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Football 

Richard Ames, Everett Blake, Arthur 
Blaker, Marshall Brickell, Melville Bry- 
ant, Otis Bunch, John Coiner, William 
Davies, Richard Groettum, Walter 
Hadtke, Wayne Harper, Edward Holla- 
day, Ned Le Grande, Frank Livesay, Ted 
McGowan, Joseph Marino, John Ma- 
theny, Ed Motley, Norman Murray, 
Robert Sheeran, Albert Szumigala, John 
Truehart, Robert Wallace, Arthur Wood- 
ward, Walter Zable, Joseph Zanghi. 

Basketball 

Arthur Blaker, George Bunch, Fred 
Casagrande, Tom Crist, Sam Elliott, 
Ralph Elmore, Joseph Flickinger, K. C. 
Franklin, Wayne Harper, Laurence 
Oliver, Dixie Moore. 

Baseball 

Elmo Benedetto, Dan Edmonson, K. 
C. Franklin, James Harvell, Aubrey 



Marable, Dixie Moore, A. R. Brown, 
James Savage. 

Track 

Piatt BuUard, Al DeGutis, Joseph 
Flickinger, Jasper Krank, Fred Lesner, 
Frank Livesay, Norman Murray, Louis 
Plummer, Richard Rhodes, Charles 
Smeltzer, Walter Zable. 

Fencing 

Frank MacDonald, Rogers Mapp. 

Tennis 

J. H. Childress, Jr., Linwood James, 
Julian Mason, Carl Mitson, William 
Thomas. 

Swimming 

Moe Brill, George Bunch, Walter 
Daniels, Al DeGutis, Alec Dempster, 
William Duncan, Bill Fitch, William 
Gove, Walter Hadtke, Ned Le Grande, 
John C. Matheny, Dick Seacord, Fred 
Eidsness. 




THE INDIANS' NEW HOME 



On September 21, 1935, William and Mary's beautiful new stadium 
was formally dedicated with the Indian-Virginia football game before which 
elaborate ceremonies were held and John Lloyd Newcomb, president of the 
University of Virginia, was the recipient of an honorary LL.D., which 
was conferred by William and Mary's president, John Stewart Bryan. 

Construction on the new stadium was begun last spring and not com- 
pletely finished until November. The seating arrangement was completed 
when the stadium was dedicated, but the arcade at the north end of the field 
and the dressing rooms were not given their finishing touches until later in 
the season. 

Built at a cost of ^175,000, part of which was supplied by the Works 
Progress Administration, the new home of William and Mary teams, with 
a seating capacity of 10,000, is one of the most beautiful and unique struc- 
tures of its kind in the United States. Its architecture is in keeping with 
the colonial spirit or restored Williamsburg and of the College, and is a 
structure of which William and Mary may well be proud. 




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VARSITY TENNIS — 1935 



This year's tennis team bids fair to 
be the strongest to represent William 
and Mary on the courts in recent years. 
An ambitious schedule, including Rich- 
mond, North Carolina State, Drew, 
Virginia, Maryland, Johns Hopkins, 
Haverford, Duke, Washington and 
Lee, Lynchburg, V. P. L, and Boston 
College is planned for the Indian 
racquet wielders. 

Lettermen back from last year's team 
are Captain Mitson, Thomas, Wiggins, 
and James, all juniors. Reynolds, 
Downing, and Scruggs are promising 
sophomores and with several excellent 
freshmen, who are not eligible for var- 



sity competition, on hand, the Indian 
court squad should be one of the state's 
finest next season. 

The players lost from last year's 
team include Co-Captains Kerner and 
Schmiedel, and MacFall. The '35 
squad which met some of the best team 
in the country in Dartmouth, Tufts, 
Duke, Virginia, and North Carolina, 
won four of its ten matches, despite 
the fact that four of the starting six 
men were sophomores and playing their 
first season of varsity competition. 
Mitson, playing in the No. 2 position, 
was outstanding. 



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VARSITY FENCING — 1936 



William and Mary's Southern Inter- 
collegiate fencing champions fell short of 
the great records set by the '34 and '35 
teams, but turned in a successful record 
of six victories against three defeats. The 
Indians did not defend their Southern 
title. 

Coached by Tucker Jones, one of the 
nation's outstanding authorities on 
fencing, the William and Mary team won 



five of their matches by decisive scores, 
while their three losses came by margins 
of from one to three points. V. M. I. 
was the first state opponent to win over 
the Indians during the past four seasons. 
MacDonald, Gannaway, Von Meyer, 
Woodward, and Freeman fenced for 
William and Mary. Anner managed the 
squad. 



Summary 



William and Mary 9 

Drew University 8 

William and Mary 8 

V. M. 1 9 

William and Mary 7 

Haverford 10 

William and Mary 14 

Rutgers 3 



William and Mary 12 

Stevens Tech 5 

William and Mary 11 

U. of Delaware 6 

William and Mary 14 

Charleston College 3 

William and Mary 8 

U. of Virginia 1 



William and Mary 8 

Johns Hopkins 9 




SWIMMING 



Mathenv, Dowmnc, Captaik Duncan', Gove, DeGutis, Was, W. Reynolds, Brill, 
Hadtke, G. Bunch 




RELAY TEAM 

Captain Duncan, Hadike, Brill, DeGutis 



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WOMEN'S PHYSICAL EDUCATION 
DEPARTMENT 

The Women's Physical Education Department, under the able guidance of Mr. 
Tucker Jones, Miss Martha Barksdale, and Miss Lucille Lowry is to be complimented on 
the extensive and successful program being carried on here. This program includes not 
only the required freshmen and sophomore courses, and the major course, but also a varied 
intramural program, which affords an opportunity for every woman in college to partici- 
pate in any or every branch of athletics. 

Two hundred and twenty-five freshmen women and one hundred and twenty-five 
sophomore women are taking part in the required courses and each one also selects an out- 
side activity from the various games. 

Varsity competition is held in field hockey, basketball, tennis, and fencing, and the 
coeds rank high in intercollegiate athletics. 

New equipment has created additional interest in the various sports. Twelve new ten- 
nis courts were added last spring; new bows, targets, and arrows were added to the archery 
course. Fencing, which has this year increased to such an extent that over sixty students 
are enrolled in this sport, has been advanced by the addition of equipment enough to out- 
fit all. 

The opening of the college lake and Matoaka Park this year affords opportunity for 
those interested in other forms of outdoor life. Throughout the park are bridle paths for 
the use of the many people interested in horseback riding and footpaths for those who 
enjoy hiking. Supper hikes are given on various occasions and picnickers find outdoor 
fire places for their use. 

A rustic boathouse equipped with several single canoes, two war canoes and an outboard 
motor boat, was well patronized last fall and plans are being made for its spring opening. 
On Homecoming a war canoe race was held between the freshmen and sophomore women 
and individual races were conducted by the freshmen men. It is hoped that this will be- 
come an annual event. 



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VARSITY HOCKEY — 1935 

The hockey season started with a major defeat in Lynchburg at the hands of the superior 
Sweet Briar eleven. 

William and Mary had the opportunity of playing host to the \'irginia Field Hockey Asso- 
ciation for the annual tournament, entertaining the following teams: Sweet Briar, Harrisonburg 
S. T. C, Westhampton, Fredericksburg, Farmville S. T. C, Salem, and the Richmond and Nor- 
folk divisions of W. & M. 

In two hard-fought games the Indianettes succeeded in tying their tournament opponents, 
Harrisonburg and Westhampton. The excellent work of Edwards and Horn in these two games 
won for them the berths of right and left wings on the All-State team. Weed, Sterling, 
Brougher, and Dawson obtained positions on the Reserve team. 

In the last of November the team left for a four-day trip to New ^'ork to play New York 
University and Manhattanville and also to attend the Southeast Tournament in Montclair, N. J. 
Weakened by the loss of Horn and Edwards, who were playing with the Virginia team at the 
tournament, the team dropped two games to the two New York colleges. The scores of the 
games by no means tell of the close competition that William and Mary afforded all her oppo- 
nents. 

The Reserves came out even in their competition, dropping a close game to the Alumnae and 
winning a hard-fought game from the Richmond Division. 

Our freshmen tied the Norfolk Division and lost to a stronger St. Catherine team. 

On February 8th, William and Mary had a game scheduled with the touring team of the 
U. S. Field Hockey .'Association, but due to snow play was impossible and hockey moving pic- 
tures were shown. 

The team will lose many of its first string players this spring. Graduation will take Horn 
Edwards, Brougher, Sterling, Cummings, Weed, and Dawson. 

Slaim.arv 
/ arsity 

William and Mary , o; Sweet Briar . . 7 William and Mary . i; Westhampton . . i 

William and Mary . o; Harrisonburg . . o William and Mary . o; Manhattanville . 6 

William and Mary . i ; New York C . 3 

Reserves 
William and Mary . o; Alumnae . . . . i William and Mary . 1; Richmond Div. . o 

Freshmen 
William and Mary . 1; Norfolk Div. . . i William and Mary .0; St. Catherine . . 6 



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Patterson, Edwards, Davis. Horn, King. Harrison. Weed 




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WOMEN'S BASKETBALL — 1936 

The loss of the opening game to the Alumnae \vas not taken seriously, as it was necessary 
to use many of our team to fill the shortage on the Alumnae team. 

Greenville came up from North Carolina to take an exciting, fast-moving, two-court game 
and break last year's tie game of 25-25. 

On the trip to Farmville and Lynchburg the Indianettes came out even, losing to Farmville in 
the closing minutes of the game by eight points, and winning from Sweet Briar by one point in 
an exciting last-minute rally. 

The first competition between William and Mary and Maryland State Teachers' College re- 
sulted in a victory for the former by a good margin. 

Two days before the team left for a four-day trip to New York, Charleston avenged their 
defeat of last year by winnnig 44-31. 

En route to New York the team visited Beaver and nearly spoiled Beaver's record of having 
lost but one game in three years by tying the score 22-22. The following day Hunter was 
defeated with little trouble 28-18. The undefeated trip record was broken by Manhattanville in 
a thrilling game from which William and Mary emerged on the short end of the 29-22 score. 

The reserves won both games in their two-game series with the Richmond division by good 
margins. 

St. Catherine defeated the yearling sextet by a good score, and the freshmen then lost a 
hard game to the Norfolk Division by one basket. 

Summary 
/ 'arsi/y 

William and Mary 
William and Mary 
William and Mary 
William and Mary 
Manhattanville . 2) 



William and Mary 

\\'il]iam and Mary 

William and Mary 

William and Marv 



30; Alumnae . . .59 
29 : Cjreenville . . .41 
18; Farmville S.T.C.2S 
25 ; Sweet Briar . . 24 
William and Mary 



40; Maryland S.T.C.18 
31 ; Charleston . . 44 
22; Beaver . . . .22 
28; Hunter . . . 18 



Reserves 
William and Mary . 38; Richmond Div. . .8 William and Mary . 31; Richmond Div. . 17 

Freshmen 
William and Mary . 20; St. Catherine . 45 William and Mary . 32; Norfolk Div. . 34 



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Vosburgh, Holzmueller, Hutcheson, Brittle, Davis, Cecil 




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WoMEx's Fencing 



Last year's fencing team, made up of Edwards, Horn, Brough 
again selected to represent the college in intercollegiate competition. 

The first match 



Sterling and Tenny, was 




as dropped to New 
\k\x\. I'niversity, 6-3. In a close match 
with Hunter, the team came out on the 
short end of a 5-4 score. 

In April the teain \\ent to New York 
to participate in the Women's Intercol- 
legiate Foil Fencers' Association Tourna- 
ment, meeting Cornell, New York I'niver- 
sity, Brooklyn, and Hunter. 

AVomen's Tenxis 

In the five varsity tennis meets, William 
and Mary won three and lost two matches. 
A team composed of King, Sayen, Tor- 
rcnce, Capps, Waters, Harrison and Herz- 
berg, defeated Manhattanville, Hunter, 
and N. Y. U., and lost to Swarthmore in 
New ^'ork. On the home court they lost 
to Beaver. 

\Vt).Mnx's LaCrosse 

Additional interest is anticipated in La- 
Crosse this year, due to the fact that an 
English coach is expected to he here dur- 
ing the month of April. 



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Horn. Cummings, Sterling, Brittle, Brougher, Tenny. Edwards 



WOMEN S TENNIS 




J'jt^lMBMKi^wjMtK'aiai'ii iiiiiii('iii[(iiiiliMliriiiri niMHlHiafcul-Jiiii 

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HISTORY OF WOMEN S SPORTS 



In 1918 William and Mary was opened to women students. From the first the women 
took an active interest in sports. A hiking club was formed this year. When all the 
women students came out there were enough to have a game of basketball. In an old 
annual for this year it is recorded that "On October 30 the yellows beat the blacks in a 
thrilling basketball game. Both teams scored but the yellows scored more." Gymnastics, 
dancing, and tennis formed a part of the program. 

The next year, Dr. Chandler became president of the college and did much to further 
interest in women's sports. Track was added. Hockey was started at the same time that 
other colleges in the country were adding it to their program. Numeral awards were given. 

In 1920 the first methods course in physical education was offered by Mr. Tucker 
Jones. Intercollegiate basketball began with competition with Westhampton and the Rich- 
mond Y. W. C. A. This did much to make William and Mary well known and advance 
friendly feeling with other institutions. The intramural program was introduced, compe- 
tition being held in track, hockey, tennis, and baseball. A cup was offered in tennis. 

1921 saw the opening of JeflFerson gymnasium and swimming pool. Swimming as- 
sumed an important place in the program, intercollegiate basketball continued and tennis 
was started with a match with Sweet Briar. 

The following year saw the opening of the major department and the staff was en- 
larged to five teachers and a student assistant. This made possible larger fields in athletics 
and all phases of physical education. Dancing and apparatus were among the new activi- 
ties. The first northern basketball trip was most successful, resulting in five wins. 

The point monogram system and the system of naming three leading athletes was 
started in 1923. 

Life saving and fencing were started in 1924. This was the first year that a varsity 
hockey team was named. 

A monogram club was started and sweaters were awarded in 1925. Tennis was put 
on a par with other inter-collegiate sports and competition in hockey was held with Sweet 
Briar. 

In 1926 William and Mary's basketball team scored nine wins and one loss and totaled 
317 points to their opponents 204. 

For the next three years the basketball team was undefeated in competition with both 
northern and southern colleges. Many hockey games were played both on the home field 
and abroad. Track, tennis, and swimming continued to hold their popularity. 

In 1930 the winning basketball streak was broken. Hockey continued to improve as 
did tennis. 

The Indianette hockey team invaded the north for the first time in 1933. 

Today there is keen inter-collegiate competition in basketball, tennis, hockey, and 
fencing. Each team takes a northern trip as well as several southern trips and has home 
games. All other sports are offered in the extensive intramural program. The major de- 
partment has grown to a much larger size. 



INTRAMURAL SPORTS 




BEATRICE TORRENCE 
Manager. Women's Intramural Sports 



Interdormitory '"Badminton 

'Jefferson 

Interdormitory Horseshoes 

Chandler 

Intersorority Swimming 

Kappa cAlpha Theta 

Intramural Fencing 
Interdormitory Swimming 

Jefjerson 

Interdormitory Tennis 

Qhandler 



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Ititcrsorority 'basketball 

Qamma flii 'Jiela 

I titer sorority '■Bridge 

'J'hi SMu; cAlpha Chi Omega 

Ititcrsorority liadtnittton 

Ttilla 'Delta Delta; 
Kajipa oAlpha Theta 

I titer sorority Tetitiis 

Kappa cAlplta Theta 
Qamma "Phi 'Jiela; 

Intersorority Ho/seshocs 

Qamma 'Phi 'Jiela 
Kappa oAlphi Theta; 

Ititerdortnitory liridge 

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WOMEN^S 
INTRAMURALS 

One of the largest additions to 
the physical education department 
has been the intramural program. 
The sororities and dormitories have 
competition in tennis, horseshoes, 
badminton, basketball, brid 
swimming, and ping-pong. 

This program gives opportunity 
for every woman in college to par- 
ticipate in some form of activity. 
Last year over three hundred 
v'omen took part in the intramural 
activities. 

The intramural trophies, last 
year, were won by the Phi Mu so- 
rority and Chandler dormitory. 
This year tennis was won by Kappa 
Alpha Theta and Chandler, the 
horseshoes by Gamma Phi Beta and 
Chandler, badminton by Delta 
Delta Delta and Chandler and 
basketball by Gamma Phi Beta and 
Jefferson. Points are given to 
runners up and to those teams who 
enter competition. 

Much credit for the advancement 
of the program is due to Miss 
Lucille Lowry and to Beatrice Tor- 
rence, intramural manager. 



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OTIS DOUGLAS 
Director, 
Intramural Sports 



INTRAMURAL 
SPORTS 



Intramural athletics have become a definite part of the 
sports program at William and Mary since Otis Douglas as- 
sumed the position of intramural director two years ago. The 
objectives of these activities are to provide play and sport for 
all, to provide a rich program of activities sufficient in range to 
meet all interests, and to further the accomplishments of the 
goals of social and physical education. 

Sports engaged in during the past year include basketball, 
track, football, life saving, swimming, wrestling, boxing, 
archery, softball, gymnastics, handball, checkers, chess, dancing, 
basketball, foul shooting, horseshoe throwing, ping-pong, and 
volley ball. There were 553 contests in these eighteen activ- 
ities. 




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Future of Intramurals 

As the facilities for intramural 
athletics are increased and the or- 
ganization becomes better, it is the 
aim of the College that every stu- 
dent participate in at least one 
activity. Careful instruction is 
given in both physical education 
classes and outside as the Physical 
Education Department pursues its 
drive to familiarize students with 
their favorite sports in order that 
the intramural program may con- 
tinue to develop into an integral 
part of William and Mary's ath- 
letic life. 



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Officers 

Edward Holladay President 

George Clare rife-Presuiint 

Edwin A. Wolf, Jr Secretary 

Joseph Marino Treasurer 

Pi Lambda Phi Pi Kappa Alpha Sigma Ku 

Shale Tulin Dvck Rhodes James Savedge 

Edwin Wolf, Jr. Robert Wallace Robert Adams 

Sit/ma Pi Kappa .lip/ia .Ilpha Phi Delta 

EinvARu Holladay Harold Gouldman Joseph Marino 

Roy Prince Julian Mason Alphonse Bruno 

Phi .Ilpha Sit/ma Alpha EpsHon Sigma Phi Epsilon 

Elliot Cohen Robert Kelly A. Crichton McCutcheon 

Roy Carrol Pat Lyons Noel Walker 

Tlieta Delta Chi Kappa Sigma Lambda Chi Alpha 

Sam Elliott William Harmon John Bunting 

Rogers Mapp Edgar Conner A. J. Hessian 

Phi Kappa Tau 

Samuel Schlapfer 
Donald McGuire 



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PAN-HELLENIC COUNCIL 

Officers 

Marjorie Harrison PresiJent 

Mildred Heinemann- Vicc-PiisiJiiit 

Marv Smhii Si/iolars/iifi Chairman 

(J hi Omega Pi Bitn Phi Kappa Delta 

Martha Connelly Mildred Heinemann Ann Edwards 

Deborah Ralph Clover Johnson Ruth Merkle 

Kappa Alpha Theta Delia Delta Delta Phi Nu 

Sarah Dobbs Margaret Van Oot Mary Smith 

Doris Campbell Ann Price Mary Frances Parsons 

kappa Kappa Gainnia Alpha (Aii Oineya Ganuiti Phi Beta 

Marjorie Harrison Olive Dari.isc Mershon Kessler 

Margaret Peek Betty Phillips Gretchen Kimmel 



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PHI BETA KAPPA 

ALPHA OF VIRGINIA 

Oki-ici;rs 

Jackson Dams PnsiJini 

Chanmsg M. Hai.i riir-l'risulrnl 

D. W. Dams Riumdiiiii Siiiilary 

T. J. SiLBBS, Jr Coni-spnndiiuj Siciclaiy 

R. G. RoBB Tiiasunr 

R. L, Morion llhlnruin 

Members ix Ri;.siiii;.\CE 

Kathi.een M, Ai.sop Emii.v M. Hai.i. R. d. Kobb 

Martha E. Barksdai.k John E. Hocutt C. B. Schrekvrs 

D. J. Bi.ocKKR K. J. Hoke Irving Silverman 

H. L. Brioces J. R. L. Johnsox T. J. Stubbs, Jr. 

Eleanor Calkins J. W. Lambert Mrs. T. J. Stlbbs, Jr. 

Donald W. Davis Vernon L. Nunn A. C. Tam.or 

W. A. R. Goonv\TN C5i.Ai)VS Omohundro R. C. Young 

William G. Guv " P. P. Peebles Mrs. John Z.miarov 

Affili.ated Me.mrers 

J. S. Bryan R,la nj I'in/i/iia 

Leslie Cheek ///>//« of Massacliusiils 

T. S. Co.x Beta nf rirtjinia 

James Hari)\ Dillard Gamma of I'ir/jinia 

John R. Fisher Ilplui nf Tennessee 

Mrs. J. R. Fisher ///>/;« nf Tennessee 

Charles T. Harrison Alpha nf Alabama 

Inga Olla Hei.seth Alpha nf Flnrida 

Richard H. Henneman Beta nf Virginia 

Althea Hunt Ela nf Pennsylvania 

Jess H. Jackson llpha nf Alabama 

Grace W. Landrum Inla nf Massachusetts 

Charles F. Marsh Gamma nf JFiscnnsin 

Mrs. C. F. Marsh Gamma of It'iscnnsin 

Charles M.attheus Beta nf Virginia 

R. C. McClelland Alpha nf Il'esi I'irginia 

James Miller Ilplia of Michigan 

R. L. Morton Beta nf I'irginia 

Bela \V. Norton Alpha nf Maine 

S. D. Southworth Beta nf Nevj Jersey 

John M. Stetson llpha nf Cnnnrclicut 

E. G. Suem Gamma nf Pennsylvania 

A. P. Wagener llplia nf Maryland 

liViTi.ATEs IX Course 
Anne Abel Betty Avis Cowie Henry Graham Sevmol r 

Olivia Albertson William Lee Davidson, Jr. Eugene Alton Taller- 

Elena Lois Burr Nancy Esther Holland Doris Van Dien 

Louis Elizabeth Jones 

Ann Rutherford Northington 

Initl'Vtes From the Aiamxi 
Laurence Major Dickerson, B.S., 1924 

H0XOR.AR\ IxITI.ATE 
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ADDISON R. BROWN 



F. H. C. SOCIETY 

(Flat Hat Club Society) 

Officers 

William Fitch President 

Jay Simpsok Secretary 

Addison: R. Brown Treasurer 

Dr. p. p. Peebles . . ..... Permanent Secretary 



J. C. Chandler 
Dr. P. p. Peebles 
Dr. R. C. Young 



Me:\ibers 
Dr. J. S. Bryan 
William Gove 
James S.wedce 
John Trleheart 
Warne Robinson 
Harold Gouldman 
Carl Mitson 
Roger Child 
Peter Hansen 



C. Taylor 
R. Goodwin 
Y. O. Kent 



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Having been founded at the College of William and Mary in 1750, thus antedating 
the Phi Beta Kappa fraternity by twenty-six years. On its rolls may be found the 
names of Jefferson and others of the college's famous alumni, including the long list 
of notables in the Spotsw^ood Club of Old Virginia. 



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Wii i.iAM Gove 



Pkikr Hansen 

JOHK Trueheart 



James Savedge 

Warse Rubinson 



Harold Goui.dma\ 

Carl Mitson 




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President 



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OMICRON DELTA KAPPA 

ETA CIRCLE 



Officers 

George Mason President 

Henry G. Seymour I'iee-PresiJent 

J. \V. Lambert Secretary 

K. C. Franklin Treasurer 



J. D. Blocker 
H. L. Bridges 
J. D. Carter 
J. C. Chandler 
T. S. Cox 
D. W. Davis 
C. J. Duke, Jr. 

W. y. GiBBS 



Fratrfs IX Faclltate 

W. S. GoocH 
W. G. Guy 
K. H. Hoke 
L. V. Howard 
L. T. Jones 
J. S. Kellison 
Y. O. Kent 
J. \V. Lambert 
C. F. NL^Rsii 



J. L. Lewis 
R. L. Morton 
P. P. Peebles 
W. L. Scott 
T. J. Stubbs, Jr. 
.\. G. Tamor 

n. W. \\'00[)BR1DCE 

R. C. Young 



Eugene Barclay 
Fred Eidsness 
William Fitch 



Fratres IX CuLi.Er.io 

Dixie Moore 
Blake Newton 
John Penello 
Addison Roberts 



Charles W Shade 
Irving Silverman 
Jay F. Simpson 



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J.w F. Simpson 




Frederic Eiusxess 




William Fitch 



Eugene S. Barclay 




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Officers 
Fraxces Morelaxd 

President 

Margaret \'ax Oot 

Vice-Prcs\dcnt 



Lois Burr 

Secretary 



^IARGER^■ Croft 

Treasurer 



Doris Van Dien 

Mary Jeax Roth 
Sarah Dobbs 



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ALPHA KAPPA PSI 

I Iiinnrdiy BasiiH'SS Fnitcrniiy 

Officers 

Cari. Mri'SON' Piisiiiiiil 

Warke Robinson I"ui-I'iisi,tent 

Thomas Gregory Srcrriary 

Cecil Farmer Triasurcr 

Addison Brown Mastrr of Rituals 

F.ACLLTV Members 
Wayne F. Gibbs Dr. A. G. Taylor 

Members 

Jay Simpson Robert Kki.i.y 

F. Louis Phillips Frank Heinemavn 

William Gove John Trueheart 

Lyman Belknap 

Richard Velz 



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THOMAS R. DEW ECONOMICS CLUB 

Officers 

Charlotte Strbbins President 

Arabfj.i.e Hubbard Secretary-Treasurer 



Members 



Olivia Albertson 
Marv Elizabeth Allison- 
Jane Ayers 
Suzanne Burpeau 
Mariok Burt 
Doris Campbell 



El.LIE Cox 

Catherine Daniel 
Eleanor Garris 
Virginia Gruss 
Clover Johnson 
Julia Knight 



Jane Lewis 
Marjorie Nesbmt 
Elsie Quinlan 
Marion Stuart 
Helen Wiegand 



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TAU KAPPA ALPHA 

IhiiKjiiiry Foroisii Fnittruify 

Officers 

Hiram Davis Prtudint 

\Vii.i.iAi\i Fitch I'uc-PKsidtut 

Henry SeViMoLR Sccrftary-Trrautrtr 

Members 

Carl Mitson Rogers Mapp 

Harold Gouldmax Robert Siaipson 

Elmore Jeter 
Gordon Siiinners 
Frances Moreland 




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THETA CHI DELTA 

Honorary Cluinistry Fraternity 



Officers 

Eugene Barclay President 

Eugene Tallev rict-Pnsident 

Galen Ewinc Treasurer 

James Harvell Correspondi/ig Secretary 

Archie Sinclair Recording Secretary 

Faculty Members 
Dr. R. G. Robb Dr. W. G. Guv 



Members 
Robert Bosman W. W. Gray 

Lee Callans Pete Hansen 

William Duncan Eiuvard Katz 

Henry Gardener Norman Murray 

Cuthbert Owens 

Joe Redford 

Arthur Rich 

Gibbons Wall 

Clarence Ward 



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SIGMA PI SIGMA 

I liiiKirdry I'hysus Fnitii iiily 

Officers 

Lewis Kissinckr FnuJrnt 

Rov \V. Princk, Jr Vicc-Hr,sid,nt 

Margaret E. Thompson Srcrclary-Ticasu) rr 

Dr. R. C. Young Faculty Advisor 

FrATRES iX FaCI' I.TATE 

Dr. R. C. Young Dr. J(jii\ M. Steison 

Dr. Willi \m W. Mkrrimon Dr. W. C. tiuv 

Wai.ikr Fosier 

FrATRES IX Coi.LEGIO 

George Asner Eiiuaru K.mz 

W. L. Davidson, Jr. Lewis Kissinger 

CiAI.EN EWING Eur.OE MORCCOCK 

Rov \V. Prince, Jr. 
Archie Sinclair 
Margaret E. Thompson 
Clapton Torrence 




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Honorary Bioloyual Fniti riiity 

Officers 

Eugene Barclay Pnsidenl 

Frederic EmsNESs I'lcc-Presidcril 

Elizabeth Jokes Secretary 

Carol Goui.dman Treasurer 

Fratres in Faclltate 

Or. Ru\ Ash Dr. Raymond Taylor 

Dr. D. \\. Davis Miss Grace Blank 

Miss Omohundro 

Arthur Rich 

Fratres ix Com.egio 

Anne Abel George Glenn Bernice Shield 

Robert Bosman Winston Ainsworth Doris Van Dien 

D. R. Driscoi.i. J. O; Manly Clarence Ward 

Rogers Mapp 

Joseph Redford 

Edmund Ti-mi'I f 



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1 1 oiionii y A ccniiiliny Frtiloni/y 



Officers 

K- Hi SH President 

Wa-^xe v. C",ib1!S 1' ice-President 

Cecil M. Farmer Secretary-Treasurer 



Members 

Fred O. BovseiV Thuaias Gregory 

Addison R. Brown F. B. H. Pretlow 

John Diament Warne Robinson 

Robert S. Wallace, Jr. 




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THETA ALPHA PHI 

Ilununiry Dniinatic Fraternity 

Officers 

Arabelle Hlbbard President 

Hiram Davis Ike-President 

JosiTPHlXE Chexault Treasurer 

Jean' Texxev Secretary 

Members 

William Fitch Jo Chexallt 

Arabelle Hlbbard Axx Price 

Hiram Davis Jean Texxey 

Jane Lewis 

Sam Elliott 

Mary K. Lee 

Carl Blffixgtox 



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WYTHE LAW CLUB 

Officers 

Merrill Bruwx Frcsithnt 

Robert Armistead I'lcc-PnsuUnt 

Pat Lyons Scirttary-Tnasunr 

Mark ^V()()Il\VARD Sirycant-atAnns 

Members 
Cecil H arphr Dr. D. W. Woodbridge 

Dr. T. S. Cox Dr. P. P. Peebles 

W. E. Hoffman 

J. L. Lewis 

Virginia Mister 




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WRANGLERS' CLUB 

Officers 

Sam Elliott President 

Elliott Cohen Vkc-Piesidcnt 

DVCK. Rhodes Secretary 

Allen Carpenter Manager 

Members 

J. B. Thompson J. F. Simpson 

Bankhead Davies Alec Dempster 

Robert Simpson Edwin Ferguson 

NORBERT SaLPETER 

John Masse-^- 
John Cogswell 
Francis Ruediger 



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MEN S DEBATE COUNCIL 

Allen Carpeiilcr, as mann^fr cif debate, veciircil the liest debate schedule that the Wranglers' 
Club has had in several vears. Oidy one team was sent on a trip, hut that trip was an imposing 
one both in the number of debates and in the (iualit> of the opponents. Jay Simpson, Dick 
Rhoades, and Allen Carpenter were chosen by the coaches to represent William and Mary in this 
schedule of debates. The <iuestion in the majority of these off-campus debates xvas: Resolved, 
That the Congress of the I'nited States be given the power by a two-thirds vote to override de- 
cisions of the Supreme Court that declare acts of Congress unconstitutional. This trip included 
the following colleges: 

March 9 University of Maryland 

March 11 rNiVF.Rsnv of Pennsylvania 

March 12 Rutgers University 

March 13 Columbia University 

March 16 Boston University 

March 17 Yale I'niversity 

March 18 ■ • College of the Holy Cross 

March 19 ■ Rhode Island State College 

March 23 Princeton University' 

The home scluiliile brought learns to the William and Mary campus from some of the lead- 
ing Universities of the east. Kach debate was on a different subject. This schedule was as 
follows: 

March ifi George Washington University 

March 21 . ■ Yale University 

March 30 Harvard University 

April I Princeton University 

April 16 University of Maryland 



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MENS HONOR COUNCIL 

Henry Sevmotr PrisiJiiit Roberi Kei,i,\ . . 

lIiRAM n.wis Secrilary 



Rogers Mapp 



Members 
Elliott Cohen Rov Prince 



J"uf-Prcsidcnt 



John Cogswell 




Margaret \'an Oot 



WOMEN'S HONOR COUNCIL 

. . . Piisitinil Marina Fairchili) Sccrrlary 

Members 
Margery Crott Mar_ior\ Harrison Beatrice Torrence Sue Thompson 

Mh.dreo Pace 



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MARGtRV CrOFI . . 

Frances Moreland 



Phoebe Eppes 
Greta Grason 
Piivi.i.is King 



. . Plisitlllll ll.dKENLl: Al.lJ.N ScClitaly 

licc-Prrsidnil Ann- Price Tnasurn- 



AlEAinnRs 
Jane Lewis Nua Licon 

Kaiiierine Pierce Edna Howell 

Maktha Fairchild Carolyn Clugston 

Marv Garrett Peccv Prickett 



Mar\ \V. O'Farrei.i. 
Evelyn Murley 
Betty Bartel 




WOMEN'S DEBATE TEAM 

Allen, F. Moreland, Price, Ligon 



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CHI DELTA PHI 

Honorary Literary Fraternity 

Officers 

Mershon KessI-ER President 

Olivia Albertson / 'ue-President 

Sally DoBBS Seeretary 

Margaret Peek Treasurer 



Members 



Mary Alice Barnes 
Nelia Beverly 
Helen Frame 
Mildred Heinemann 

Margaret Prickett 

Marian Spelman 

Jane Steele 

Eleanor Spottswood Tirner 



Dorothy Kinkaid 
Harriet Morden 
Mary Willis O'Farrell 
Rlsswyn Otis 



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KAPPA PHI KAPPA 

I lonoriiry Etliiiiilion Frii/irni/y 

Officers 

[l LlAX NlXdX Prcsiiiint 

Cecil ^V. Doss J'ice-Prcsidir,i 

EmvARi) Temple Sccn/nry 

WiLLLA.M Bennett Treasurer 

J. R.WVLS B'iRD Fneiilly Advisor 

Faculty Members 

Dr. D. F. Blocker Dr. P. P. Peebles 

j. r.awls b^rd 

Members 

Edw.ard Temple ^\'ILLL\.M Bennett 

Cecil Doss Jlllan Nixon 




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KAPPA DELTA PI 



Honorary Eilinational fratrniity 



Officers 

Margaret Peek President 

Allien'e Saun'ders rice-PresiJent 

Helen Skofield Treasurer 

Alice Kent Correspondinej Secretary 

Nancy Revelev Recording Secretary 

Elizabeth Daugherty Sergeant-at-Arms 



IVlEiMBERS 



Jean Berry 
Helen Conner 
Olive Darling 
Elizabeth Daugherty 
Ann Dickerson 
Mak'i F. D.-ilgerty 



Ann Edwards 
Mary Gravett 
Nancy Holland 
Alice Kent 
Eleanor McCai.lum 
Margaret Peek 
Nancy Reveley 
Mary Salisbury 
Alliene Saunders 



Karin Serbell 
Helen Skofield 
Jean Tenney 
Francis Walker 
Geddis Weed 
RuBi Mae Wright 



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ETA SIGMA PHI 



I Irjii'iidry (J/fissiciil t'ralcniity 



( )|"1ICIRS 

Nanxv Holland I'nsilinl 

Nakcv Rfaeley Ill i-l'riiiJiiil 

Mabel Ti'Rser Snniiiiy 

Norma Cok Tiiasunr 



Memrfrs 



Berenice Marston 
Blanche Hoover 
Beairice Torrknce 
Norma Coe 
Nancy Re\'elev 



Marel Turner 
Thelma Martin 
Julia Baoer 
Augusta Porter 
Helen Conner 



MARLIfA SiiARErr 
Mil DREi) Heinemann 
Florence Allen 
Anita Wait.er 
\'iRGiNL'\ Gilbert 




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FRENCH CLUB 

Officers 

Sarah Scammon Vice-President 

Virginia Daii.ev Secretary 

Marjorie Sparrow Treasurer 

Harriet Marbek I'royram Chairman 

Jane Speakman Publiiily Chairman 

Facllt\ Ai)\is<)Rs 

1)k. C'arikr Akmami Rlimi:ran(;i.r 



Milured Albee 
Barbara Beard 
Esther Beebe 
Lois Burr 

Lorraine Bi.anchard 
Fan Hr-^ant 
Virginia Dailev 
Suzanne Doane 
Alice Estes 
Florence Evans 
Mae Fielder 
Betty Fieser 
Virginia Gilbert 
Elizabeth Hay 



Members 
Mildred Heinemann 
Jennie Rose Hue 
Rachel Hopkins 
Betty Hunter 
Peggy Johnson 
Yvonne Johnson 
Catherine Judy 
Helen Kimmel 
Elizabeth Lee 
Thelma Martin 
Ruth Merkle 
Harriet Morden 

EVERRETT MacGoWAN 

Russuyn Oils 
Marie Rapp 
Maria Savedce 



Sarah Scammon 
Mary A. Sinnii 
Marjorie Sparrow 
Marion Spei.man 
Helene Stein 
Frances Suber 
Mildred Swint 
Jane Speakman 
Pauline Thomas 
Margaret Thompson 
Eleanor Turner 
Ethei Weiss 
Margaret White 
Janet Williams 



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KAPPA OMICRON PHI 

I hiiKj) (try llo/iii I:i (jiioniit s Fr/it( r/iily 

Officers 

HeLEX SkoFIELD Pusiilillt 

Marv Gravatt J'ici-l'iisiilcnt 

Elise TrIPLETT Secretary and Treasurer 

Members 

Betty Davidson Gretchen Kimmel 

Sarah Dobbs Jaxe Parkes 

Helen' Jexxisov Marie Rai'p 

Louise Rawles 
Virginia Roach 
Margaret Wilson 




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CLAYTON- GRIMES BIOLOGICAL CLUB 

Officers 

Robert Bosmav President 

Rliu Mlrpiiv J'ici-Presidcnt 

Hkrbi;ri Jrmmott Secretary 

Carol Goui.dmav Treasurer 



Dr. Rov Ash 
Miss Grace Blank 



Faclltv Members 

Or. n. \V. Davis 
Dk. R. L. Taylor 



NasCV a [JAMS 

Helen Bennett 
Janet Billet 

\'IRCINIA BoULEV 

Marietta Butler 
Carolyn Clugston 
John Coiner 
Mary Cox 
Stewart Cotterman 
M. W. Crafford, Jr. 
Betty Dale 
Bill Duncan 



Members 
Phoebe Eppes 
Pearl Haicis 
R. Havnie 
Alice Jordan 
Marion Lynch 

CiERTRUDE McCaI I.U.M 

J. O. Manly, Jr. 

K.^THERINE MaILJKA 

Acnes Mercer 
NoR.viAN Murray 
Gerry Nash 
Betsy Nichols 
Mary Patterson 



Ruth Personius 
Emily Quarrier 
Peg Sheahan 
Jeanne Sheridan 
George B. Sweetman 
Jane Sunderland 
Louise Thompson 
Alma L. Blantov 
Lorimer Walker 
Herman R. Weiner 
Ethel A. Weiss 
Jeanette Welch 



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LOS QUIXOTEXCOS 



Spanish (Jliib 



Officfrs 

John Trueheart I'in-I'i, 

Esther Beebe riir-l'nsiJtiU 

Hatsl\e Vamasaki SiLiilary 

Warke Robinson Tnasuiir 



IVIe.mrers 



Alec Dempster 
John Peneli.o 
Henry Seymour 
Helen Harlzman 
Thomas Richarhs 
Cora Jane Ql'arrier 
Gordon Shinners 
Jean Berry 

PaMII RriLEDGE 



Kenneth C. Franklin 
Lois Burr 

Marcueriete Dawson 
Marjorie Dearheart 
Susan Thompson 
William Whitehead 
Francis Reynolds 
Ruth Anwyll 
Julia Bader 




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ART CLUB 



Officers 

Helen Rose Prcs 

Karen Serbei.l Vice-President 

Pauline Hirst Secretary 

Louise Thompson Treasurer 

Miss Ethei. Skinner faculty IJ-viser 



•dent 



Members 



Katherine Pierce 
Francis Walker 
Doris Van Dien 
Helma Mallory 
Emilv Sneed 
Gretchen Kimmell 



Mary Frances Parsons 
Sara Hunt 
Mildred Swint 
Lorraine Blanchard 
Margaret White 
Clarence Vernon 
Maatne Herzberg 
Betsy Nichols 
Ellen Northrop 
Margaret Pancoast 
Beverly Bridge 



Charlotte Lockwood 
Mary Smith 
Helen Connor 
Janet Williams 
Martha Schifferli 
Frances Barksdalf 



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EUCLID CLUB 

iloiiuKiry Mathiiiuitus Fiatiriiity 

Officers 

Rov Prikcr Piis'ulf 

Eugene Tai.i.ev lice-Piisidenl 

Elizabeth Taie Secretary 

Archie Sinclair Treasurer 

Mii.DKKi) Craves Prnijram Chairman 



Alice Allen 
Florence Allen 
Lucv Arnold 
GiLMAN Bailev 
Sue Beamen 
Virginia Benson 
Virginia Betts 
Marion Blanton 
Irwin Brand 
Lee Callans 
Jean Cecil 
Bettv Covvie 
William Davidson 



Members 

Anne Dickinson 
Kathrvn Ferguson 
Walter Foster 
Frances Garrett 
Maurice Giles 
Henry Harlow 
Ed Katz 
Alice Kent 
Julia Knight 
Eleanor McCai.lum 
Sarah Morse 
Otis Murray 
Augusta Porter 



Deborah Ralph 
Anne Reynolds 
Sara Robbins 
Anne Robertson 
Warne Robinson 
Mary Salisbury 
Martha Schifferli 
Mary Shackleton 
Jeanette Sheehan 
Katherine Smith 
Samuel Sverdlick 
Minor W. Thomas 
Margaret Thompson 




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HISTORY CLUB 

Offickrs 

RoswEi.i. Natai President 

Kathrvn Ferguson Vice-President 

Edward Cogswell Secretary-Treasurer 

Faculty Advisors 
Ok. Rkil\rd L. Morton Ok. U. L. Fowler 



VlRGINLV Henson 
Anne How en 

T. W. BUNKLEY 

r. coakley 
Berue Fox Courtney 
Janet Crow ell 
Elizabeth Daugherty 



MkAI1!U"RS 
Cecil \V. Doss 
Martha L. Fairchh.d 
Anne Fairleich 
D. Gregory 
Richard Griffin 
John Hobbs 
Anne Hooker 
Cornelia Land 
Edward Mac Conomy 



Edward Meister 
Harvey Oliav 
Grace Phillips 
Anne Renforth 
Sarah Scammon 
Anne Seei.ey 
Margaret Vass 



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Officers 

CIeorge M.\s(1n 



FRi:i)ERIC ElDSXiiSS 
I'ice-Prisidi'iil 



Addisox R. Browx 

Snnlary-Treasurrr 




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Business Manager 



A. Crichton McCutcheon 
Editor 



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Roger Child 



William Thomas 



Sports Editors 



Miss Ann Cummincs 



W. \V. WOOriBRlDCE 



Fraternity Editors 



Miss Doris Campbell 



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Business Staff 

Francis Rewolds Idvnlisiiuj Mamicji- 

Addison Brown Ciiiulalinn Manager 

Francois Was Photoyiaphy Manager 

John Britton -Issislant Business Manager 

Martha Davis Assistant Business Manager 

Sally Hall Issislant Plinlograpky Manager 

Peggy Pricketi Issislant Circulation Manager 

Helen Wood Stencgraplier 

Activity Editors 
E. KoNRAi) SioEiiR Grace Crider Albert DeGutis 

Esther Bef.be Fred Eidsness Josephine Worsham 

Edward CSum Warren Littleton Wii.berta Newberry 

Margaret Siieaiian Samlei. Sverdlik Shale L. Tulin 

Ida May Davis 

Anne Reynolds 



Stexogr.aphers 
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HAT 



Editorial Staff 
Henry Seymour Edilor-in-Chief 

Associate Editors 

Thomas Richards Frances Moreland 

Jane Steele 

Managing Editors 
Rogers Mapp noRoiiiv Toui.gn 

Assistant Managing Editors 

William Thomas Sl<nrls Editor 

Greta Grason Issislanl 

Florence Fisher Sodal Editor 

Richard Velz Fialur,- Editor 

Reportorial Staff 

Ulcn 

Albert Hessian, John Sturgis, Hiram Dayis, William Fitch, Fred Boysen, Bob Simpson, John 

Britton, Elmore Jeter, IIonald Maguire, Crichton McClitcheon, Robert McCi.ure, Spike 

Moore 

// 'J III I I! 

Mersiion Kessi.er, Ann Reynolds, Jane Tanner, Helen Wall, Greta Grason, Nita Licon, 

Clover Johnson, May Fielder, Harriet Morden, Jennie Rose Hite, Sarah Shelton, Connie 

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Blsixkss Staif 

Ai.EC Dl-MPSIKK IlllsilliSS MdtKUJ 

Sm.\.\ II All Siililllly 

RiiRKRi McCi.uRF. Issis/aiil Hiisiiuss Miiiiinjir 



MiNMi; Franckk Issisliiiil Iltisi/iiis Maniu/i 

RODNKV Jones hsislaiil ISusiiuss Miiiiiu/i 

BiLME Nenzei hsisUinl Businns Miuiiuj, 

L'^NWoni) James IssisUinl liusiinss Mttiini/i 

James Knox IssisUuil /luumss Mamuji 



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William C. Fitch 
Business Manager 



Carl Mitsok 
Editor-in-Chief 



THE LITERARY MAGAZINE 

Carl Mitson Editor-in-Chief 

Associate Editors 

D. Gregory Elmore Jeter 

Dorothy Kinxaid Ann Keyser 

Jack Henderson 
Helen Rose 
Cynthia Crowell 

William C. Fitch Business Manager 

George Anner issistani 

Robert Kelley Circulation 



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Dak Grecorv 



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Ann- Kevser 



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PI DELTA EPSILON 

1 1 onorary Journdlhin Frti/c rnity 

Officers 

Henry Cj. Sit^Moi r I'rrs'uUnt 

RoGRRS Mapp J'icc-Prcsiilent 

Warne RoKlxsoN Secretary-Treasurer 

Fratres in Facultate 
Melville Joxes Glexwood Clark 

Fratres in Collegio 

Ai.iiiiRT Hesslax jdHx C. Stirges 

(loRiiox Shixxers Richard Velz 



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DRAMATIC CLUB 



OlFlCKRS 

W'lM.lAM I'lTCH I'nsiilittl 

Louise Merki.e r'm-l'ii sul: nt 

Jake Lewis Siirclary 

Hiram Dams Tinisuiii 

Miss Ai.niEA Hlm Iiuiilly .IJvisoi 



j\Ir-;.\ir>FRS 



I'Ai Paksoss 
Florence Ai.i.en 
Arabeixe Hubbard 
Anne Reynolds 
May Fielder 
Jane Lewis 
Ann Price 
Louise Merkle 
Karin Serbell 
Jo Chenault 
Jessie Lee 
NL\RGERY Back 



Mrs. Gardner 
Mary K. Lee 
Jean Tenney 
Anne Bow en 
K. Williams 
Sam Elliott 
George Anner 
c. buffincton 
Roger Child 
Herbert Jemmott 
William Fitch 
Hiram Davis 




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EXECUTIVE council 



Doris \'an Dikn Praidint 

Anne Reynolds J'icc-Piesid iil 

Repr,sentalii'i-s at Large 
Sai.i.y Dobbs Winifred Broucher 



Jane Le\ms .... 
Charlotte Johnson . 



Freslima/i Reprcsinlatii 
Mildred P.age 



. Secretary 
Treasurer 




JUDICIAL COUNCIL 



Adei.e Stephenson . 



Rlth Persomls 
Margaret Tho.mpson 
Bernice Marston 



Chairman I'airici.n Parsons Secretary 

Members 
Sarah Sca.vimon Mariorie Dearhart 



Mildred Heine.mann 
Anne Cummings 



Lois Shepherd 
Dorothy Hosford 



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BOOT AND SPUR CLUB 



Officers 



Francois J. T. Was. Ill . 
Jamrs Kkii IK . . 

Tank W'fwir 



I'r.iiJ.nt 

riii-l'i,siJ,Nl 
inr.lary 



John Stewart Bryan 



Patroxs 
Mrs. C. Duke 



CHARI.FS Ol/KE 



Members 



Alice Alien 
NAN'CS' Hasiress 
Vivian Brown 
Bertha Jane Capps 
Laura Coleman 
Carolyn Clucston 
Ann Keyser 
Phyllis King 
Marion Li nch 



Carol McCoy 

En Meister 

Acnes Mercer 

Barbara Nicholas 

Mary P.atierson 

Pec Schneider 

Ann Seely 

Barb.\ra Siiepler 

Mar\ Jane \'an Deusen 




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J. LESLIE HALL LITERARY SOCIETY 

Officers 

Lois Burr Presidnil 

Florence Ali.en J'icc-Pnsidint 

Margery Croft Scirctary 

Anne Renforth Treasurer 

Ann Reynolds Prof/ram C/iairman 

Phyllis King Prosi- Grou/> Chairman 

Jane Speakman Poclry and Drama Grou/' 



Lo 


uisc Acri 


Nancy Ada 


M 


. Albcc 


A 


Allen 


H 


Avery 


L 


Armistci 


1 


Andersoi 


K. 


Anwyll 


P. 


Bach 



M 


Blancharc 


N 


, BUir 


H 


Bennett 


B 


Browse 


K 


Bryant 


K 


Brill 


H. 


Breuser 


B 


Brunton 


B. 


J. Capps 


(, 


Older 


c:. 


CluRston 


|J 


Cooke 


M 


. Connelly 



L. Colburn 
S. Cole 
E. Daugherty 
M. Davis 
V. Dai ley 
N. Easley 
R. Evans 

b'. Erb 
M. Fielder 
M. Foreman 
H. Frame 

D. Froehner 
M. Garrett 
M. Graves 

E. Garris 
M. Garris 
V. Gilbert 

M V. Gilbert 

B. Groner 

F Grodecoeiir 

D. Gammack 
P, HaiBis 
M. Hadley 
R, Hopkins 

E. Herman 
A. Hall 

P. Heatwole 



Members 




E. Howell 


K. Moore 


E. Harris 


M. Nesbit 


D. Hosford 


W. Nelson 


A. Hooker 


E. Northrop 


M. Hoskins 


R. Otis 


L. Haynes 


Ruth Otis 


M. Hardenbergh 


M. \V. O'Fa 


B. J. Irons 


I.. Outland 


E. Jordan 


E. Palmer 


J. Jackson 


N. Peed 


F. Jenkins 


K. Pierce 


B. A. Jones 


E. Pctuskc 


R. E. Jordon 


S. Price 


F. Jewell 


M. Pancoast 


Frances Key 


E. Quinlan 


A. Kent 


J. Robertson 


D. Kinkaid 


ML. Rose 


1, Knight 


J. Reynolds 


M. Lewis 


M. Swint 


R. Lyon 


S. Shelton 


K, Mate)ka 


E, Shreve 


J. Massinger 


F. Suber 


I.. Middleton 


M, Sheahan 


O McCallum 


I, Sheehan 


V. McDaniels 


L. Stapf 


M. Meyer 


G, Slenel 


I. Murphy 


M. Smith 


V. Martin 


L. Smith 



E. Stuart 
C. Samsel 

P.' Spinney 
M. Strong 
M. Spelman 
L. Taylor 
R. Trimble 
L. Tisdale 
G. Tooke 
K. Vaden 

A. Van Blare 
M. Van Dcu! 
J. Vosburgh 
J. Weaver 
M. Williams 

0, Williams 

1. Williams 

B. Wastcoat 
C Wall 
M. White 
A. Ware 
N, White 
A. Ward 

H Woodley 
R Williams 
J, Watson 



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PHILOMATHEAN LITERARY 
SOCIETY 

Officers 

J. Kenneth Miller I'/iyi/l, nt 

D. Gregory I"it,-I'i,sidnit 

WWA.WW ;\I()RT(I\ SrilitiltV 

Herkkrt C'oni! 'rndsiini 

H. (]. Cm N't'ii., JK Chiifiltiiii 

Cl.\i)l-: ];. Silin.rox . I'kk/kiiii Clminiiiin 

Members 

Clm>i-; Criiimx Jack 1 1 i:mii:rs()M 

BaXKHEAD DwIES IJiW \RIi HdI.L \I) \^- 

Vincent Di'rana A\' arri \ Littletdn 

i-'uwlis pri-ti.ow 
Mark D. W^oodwarh 




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PHOENIX LITERARY SOCIETY 



Officers 

Paul Lawson President (First Semester) 

Rov Prinxe President (Second Semester) 

Wilfred Tuggle Vice-President 

Roy Prinxe Recording Secretary 

Herbert Jemmott Program Secretary 

Walter Coakley Critic 

John Hobbs Treasurer 

T. Edward Temple Chaplain 

Robert McClure Seryeant-at-.hms 



Iverso.v Almond 
Richard Ashton 
W. G. Beazley 
M. E. Blanton 
Vincent Bruges 
R. B. Chandler 
Walter Coakeley 
Leland Cook 
William Crutchfiei.d 
Edwin Fleming 
Shelton Hall 



Members 

John Harrison 
Michael Hanna 
John Hobbs 
Herbert Jemmott 
W. B. Jones 
Paul Lambert 
Paul Lawson 
Bruce Matson 
Jlt-ian McCi.ure 
Robert McClure 
Dixie Moore 
S. H. Nixon 
Al B. Omohundro 
Edgar Omohundro 



Lenwood Owen 
Rov Prince 
Zigmund Radolinski 
Jordan Sizemore 
Joe Stone 
George Sweetnam 
Eugene Talley 
T. Edward Temple 
Wilfred Tuggle 
Jack Walden 
Gordon Williamson 



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GIBBONS 
CLUB 




Officers 

Elmo Besedeito Vniulnit 

Patrick Lyons I'ni-l'nsiJ nl 

DoROTiiv Lyons Tnastiiir 

Gertrude Glass Sitrrlary 

Dr. R\ an- hliisor 



Dante Ariola 
George Beach 
Elmo Benedetto 
Al Bruno 
Marietta Butler 
William Cahall 
Doris Campbell 
Pat Canepa 
Charles Cereznack 
Al DeGutis 
Thomas Dellatorre 
Richard Dooley 
Edward Douning 
Thomas Dowler 
Vincent Durano 
Ralph Elmore 
Bernadine Erb 
Constance Ettridce 
Edward Fleming 
Carl Fiscella 
Gertrude Glass 
Michael Gove 
Virginia Gruss 
John Hanna 
Michael Hanna 



We.mbers 

T. Bolton Harrison 
Frank Heinemann 
Kathleen Herold 
Ed Hessian 
Michael Hook 
Frances Jewel 
Robert Kelley 
Frank Koss 
Harold Kyle 
Ann Looram 
Patrick Lyons 
Joseph Marino 
Katherine Matejka 
Domenic Mevoi.i 
Leo Milkievtcy 
Arthur Monohan 
Louise Moore 
Thaddeus Mudi) 
Evelyn Murley 
Ruth Murphy 
Raymond O'Connei.l 
Mary OTarreli. 
Jack ()TL\re 
Richard O'Hare 
Athai.ie Paquet 
John Peneli.o 
Walter Perry- 
Elsie Quinlan 



Jean Remalv 
Christine Rose 
Virginia San 
Ruth Schmid 
William Scott 
Margaret Sheahan 
Robert Sheeran 
Gertrude Siegal 
Jay Simpson 
Robert Simpson 
Eloise Smith 
James Sower 
Al Szumigala 
William Taraschi 
Albert Tireli.i 
Peter Tuminei.li 
Evelyn Volpe 
Althea Ward 
Arthur Ward 
A. H. Whitehead 
Frank Veager 
Dorothy Young 
Walter Zable 
Joseph Zanghi 
Fred Casagrande 



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Y. W. C. A. 



Officers 

Mary Jean Roth President 

EvALVK Striblis'C J'ice-President 

Nancy Adams Secretary 

Jean Pollard Treasurer 

Jane Lewis Social Chairman 

Betty Dale Senior Proijram Cliairman 

Jane Speakman Junior Program Cliairman 

Clover Johnson Jl'orship Chairman 

Virginia Benson Music Chairman 

Phoebe Eppes Puh'Ac .1 fairs Chairman 

Kar;n Serb ell Publicity Chairman 

Carol Gouldman Flat Hat Editor 



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Y. M. C. A. 

Cabinet 

Allen Carpenter President 

Hiram Davis Vice-President 

Lynwood James Secretary 

James Knox Treasurer 

The Young Men's Christian Association is a 
student organization, the work of which is con- 
ducted entirely by student officers and student as- 
sistants. 

The object of the Association is to create a fel- 
lowship among students who are vitally interested 
in the highest meanings of life and thereby to de- 
velop the highest type of Christian character in the 
men students of the College. The Association 
aims to be the expression of practical Christianity. 
It is for those who believe in knowledge, not for 
the sake of knowledge alone, but for what it can 
do in creating deep moral convictions of right and 
personal standards of worth. 



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COTILLION 
CLUB 



Officers 

A. Crichton McCltcheon President 

Robert Kelly yicc-Prcsidenl 

Addison Roberts Secretary-Treasurer 



Hiram Davis 
William Cahall 
Alec Dempster 
H. J. Childress 
Fred Bovsen 
Carl Buffington 
Ben F. Crowson 
Clyde E. Shelton 
F. Renkolds 
Walter Daniels 
Walter Simpson 
Rees Russell 
gus goddin 



Members 

Henry Harlow 
Harold Gouldman 
Lynuood James 
Richard Seacord 
Al Hessian 
Lee D. Callans 
Ward Wheeler 
Noel Walker 
Junie Smith 
James A. Keillor, Jr. 
Frederick Keyser 
Jay Simpson 
Roger Child 
John Diament 
Joe Ashton 
Tommy Savadge 
B. Reynolds 
Julian Mason 
Robert Armistead 



Bob Le Compte 
Gilbert Crandall 
Peter Hansen 
Robert Adams 
Warne Robinson 
Horace Henderson 
Toby Morehouse 
Dave Rutledge 
George Mason 
George Beach 
Horace Dyer 
Wyatt Carneal 
Everett L. Blake 



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GERMAN 
CLUB 




Frances Moreland 
Dorothy Toui.on' . 



Officers 



\d,nt 
\drnt 



PllHBE EpPES 
AUA SlUART . 



Tnasurvr 
. Sill limy 







MEiMRERS 




J. Ackerraan 


N. Davis 


P. Hirst 


M. Mackcy 


N. Adams 


M. Dearheart 


M. B. Hyatt 


M. Meyer 


F. Allen 


E. Duer 


L. Hawley 


L. Middleton 


M. Allen 


H. Donnelly 


L. Hickman 


V. Marrm 


J. Anderson 


M. Daugherty 


M. Johnson 


M. W. Nelso 


B. Avery 


N. Easley 


F, Jenkins 


O. Nestor 


B. Barrel 


R. Evans 


V. Jones 


B. Nenzel 


M. A. Barnes 


E. Ebcrwine 


C. Johnson 


M. Nye 


Jean Baker 


E. Eitel 


J. Jackson 


G. Nash 


Jane Baker 


D. Erwin 


L. Jones 


M. Owens 


A. Barclav 


P. Eppes 


J. Jenkins 


R. Otis 


M. Bausman 


S. Elmore 


F. Jewell 


C. Osgood 


A, Bowen 


M. Frank 


D. Jorden 


M. W. O'Fai 


E. Beebe 


B. Feiser 


J. Knight 


P. Parsons 


K. Bristow 


L. Fitts 


M. Kessler 


M. F. Parson: 


M. Burler 


M. Fieldet 


M. Keller 


B. Phillips 


R. Brill 


H. Frame 


G. Kimmell 


R. Person! us 


M. F. Bryant 


I. Gordon 


H. Kimmell 


A. Price 


B. Browse 


R. Griffin 


D, Kincaid 


B. Peck 


P. Brueger 


M. Garretr 


J. Lewis 


S. A. Price 


H. Bennett 


P. Gravatt 


J. lee 


P. Prickett 


M. A. Bozarth 


A. L. Gordon 


C. Land 


M. Page 


V. Brown 


G. Grayson 


J. Luckie 


M. J. Roth 


C. Clugston 


C. Graves 


M. K. Lee 


A. Robertson 


B. F. Courtney 


P. Haigis 


E. Lee 


N. Richardsoi 


V. Chesson 


R. Helitzer 


N. Mason 


B. Ross 


A. Cummings 


A. Hall 


F, Moreland 


A. Renforth 


D. Campbell 


B. Hurd 


L. Merkic 


A. Stevenson 


B. Christian 


M. Hutton 


H. Mallory 


E. Stribling 


B. 1. Capps 


E. Howell 


J. Mallory 


S. Scammon 


J. Cecl 


H. Hase 


F. Meador 


M. Shaffer 


M. Connelly 


A. Hooker 


M. Moore 


E. Saunders 


M. Davis 


M. Hobhs 


C. Maher 


B. Shcpler 


K. Davrd 


D. Harrrs 


H. Morden 


L. Sheppard 


S. Dobbs 


M. Heinemann 


V. McDaniel 


A. Stuart 


O. Darling 


A. Hubbard 


M. McCabe 


A. Spencc 




V. Harrison 


M. W. Moore 


S. Shclton 



K. Skidmorc 
V. San 
N. Smoot 
L. M. Smith 
E. Sneed 
P. Spinney 

D. Spence 
A. Seely 

E. Small 

D. Toulon 
L. Thompson 
M. Turner 
S. Thompson 

E. Tripplet 
G. Tooke 
L. Tisdale 
M. Taylot 
L. Taylor 
M. Van Oot 
M. Vass 

M. J. Van Deusi 
J. Vosburgh 
C. Wall 
R. Wilson 
M. Wilson 

F. Whiteley 
R. M. Wright 
R. Williams 
S. Warden 

E. Walker 

F. Walker 
M. Williams 
O. Williams 
A. Ware 

J. Weaver 
H. Wallace 



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PHI KAPPA PHI 

Officers 

Dr. John A. Fisher President 

Lucille Lowry tice-President 

Lillian A. Cummincs Recording Secretary 

Sarah Ward Corresponding Secretary 

Emily Moore Hall Treasurer 

Fratres IX Urbe 
Mrs. Rawls Byrd Vernon Geddy Mrs. T. J. Stubbs 

Dorothea L. Chamings Marion Hall Ida Trosvic 

Mrs. W. T. Lowe 

Vernon Nunn 

Fratres ix Facultate 
Kathleen Alsop Dr. W. A. R. Goodwin L R. Silverman 

Martha Barksdale Dr. T. S. Cox Dr. Helen W. Weeks 

Eleanor Calkins Dr. William G. Guy Dr. R. C. Young 

Althea Hunt 

Dr. p. p. Peebles 

Dr. R. G. Robe 

Fratres ix Collegio 
Olivia Albertson Henry Seymour Jean Tenney 

W. L. D.widson Helen Skofield Mae M. Thompson 

Nancy Holland Emily Sneed Doris Van Dien 

Charlotte Stebbins 
Eugene Talley 



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LIBRARY SCIENCE CLUB 



Officers 

Violet Ram.si:\- Prrs'ulcni 

MarjoRIK Dearheart Srcretfiry 

RiTH Caxxox Tif/isiircr 

Lucille Palmer Reporter 

Charles H. Stone Dim tor. Lil/rtiry Science 

Miss Frances Stibbs Assistant Director 



Members 

Florence Baker Everett McGowan 

Nancy Blair Dorothy Pierce 

Anne Dickerson May Margaret Thompson 

Bettie Wall 

Ruby Mae Wright 




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MUSIC honor society 

Officers 

Bill Mardex Prcsulent 

Esther Beebe J'icc-Prcsident 

Fred EidsxeSS Secretary 

Faculty Advisor 
Geo. M. Small 

Honorary Members 
Robert Griffey Josephixe Murrell 

Members 
Beverly Bridge George Clare 

Marietta Butler Virgixia Gilbert 

Roy Prixce 

Herbert Salter 

Helfn Wallace 



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COLLEGE ORCHESTRA 

Herbert K. Salter Leader 

Platt Bl M.ARI) Maniujer 



Carl Fiscella 
Robert (jilkeson 



Richard Doole^ 
John' Whitehead 



Robert ;\Iarks 
Robert Griffey 
Howard Wheeler 
WiLLLAM Arthur 




Announcing 

THE NEW WILLIAMSBURG INN 

TO BE COMPLETED IN THE SPRING OF 1937 
Reservations Now Being Accented 

Meanwhile, you may continue to enjoy the hospitality of 
Williamsburg Inn and choice accommodations in nearby 
Market Square Tavern (restored) . For those making only 
a brief visit to restored Williamsburg we recommend dinner, 
tea or supper at Travis House. 

For Rates and Reservations 
Address 

KEEPER OF THE INN 

WILLIAMSBURG, VIRGINIA 

Williamsburg Tavern and Ordinaries, Inc. 



Olas^g's, 3nr 



Or^iartuintt ^tnrc 
illtUiamBbuni. Ilirrtinia 



IFraturiuii the imint pnpu- 

lar natimialhi ail^frtiH^^ 

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(taBrirH Sratiu-lo-Slrar Sftiartmnit 



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PENINSULA 
BANK AND TRUST COMPANY 

PROTECTS 
Student Government Funds 




Capital, Surplus and Fronts 

$180,000.00 

State ana City Depository 



PROMPT SERVICE 



COURTEOUS TREATMENT 



Vk C C E N T on 

YOUTH 


That's where hfe insurance 
he may become the owner 
a lower cost while receivii 
In youth, too. there is less 
hnind uninsurable. The for 
life insurance his first inve 

STRONGLh tVtRY 


puts it. When one is young 
of a life insurance estate at 
ig relatively larger benefits, 
likelihood that one will be 
^sighted young man makes 
stment. 


Y E A P 


SINCE 1871 
L'FE Insurance Company 

Virginia 



THE WILLIAMSBURG THEATRE 

Virginia s Unique Playnouse oners the stu- 
dents of William and Mary a distinctive 
service and exceptional entertainment val- 
ue witn ne^v, nrst-run nlms; a de luxe 
theatre, perfect sound and projection; and 
appreciative, courteous service. 

THE AMUSEMENT CENTER OF COLONIAL 
WILLIAMSBURG 




Jince 1919 



PATRONIZE 



PENINSULA BUS LINES 



PASSENGER SERVICE 

DIRECT FROM COLLEGE CORNER 

TO EVERYWHERE 



MAIN OFFICE 

LEE HALL - - VIRGINIA 



Students and Alumni Alw^ays Welcome at 
Our rlome 

SODA, LUNCHEONETTE AND TEA 
ROOM SERVICE 



BOB WALLACE, '20, Manager 



COLLEGE SHOP 

Incorporated 

COLLEGE CORNER 



WILLIAMSBURG 
DRUG COMPANY 

"The Rexall Store" 



We Carry a Full Line of Fountain 
Drinks, Cigars and Sundries 



Agents for 

WHITMAN'S CANDIES 



YOUR TRADE SOLICITED 



COLLEGE 
PHARMACY 

W. T. HENLEY, Prop. 

School and Drug Supplies 
for Stuaents 

Fountain and Luncheonette 
Service 

PROMPT DELIVERY 

Phone 11 

Prescription Druggist 



Fountain 

and 

Luncheonette 




American 

and 

Chinese Foods 



COLONIAL RESTAURANT 

The Leading Eating Place in Williamsburg 
Special Attention to Students Air Conditioned 

STEVE SACALIS, Proprietor 
Williamsburg, Va. Phone 794 



193H (Holoual lErl|o 

urgpH lltp at«tipnt0 to 





AYERS 


GARAGE 




DODGE 


Phone 50 


PLYMOUTH 




WILLIAMSBURG, VIRGINIA 








In Rear 


jf Post Office Block 






Expert Service, All Maizes 




Fireproof Storage 



First National Bank 

OF 

NEWPORT NEWS 

"Banking Serrice Since 1891" 

1891 1936 

Resources Over Nine Million Dollars 



Capitol Restaurant 

A GOOD PLACE 
TO EAT 

WILLIAMSBURG. VIRGINIA 



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TO EXPRESS THEIR APPRECIATION TO: 

Their respective staffs for their time and sincere interest in assembling the 1936 Annual. 
MR. W. A. DANIEL of the Benson Printing Company for his unceasing efforts in super- 
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MR. JOE TILLOTSON for his personal interest in producing the splendid artwork in the 
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MR. RrrHERFOORD GOODWIN and COLONIAL WILLIAMSBURG, Inc., for their 
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and Marv.