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For his service to the College as administrator and teacher 
For his interest in student activities . . . 
For his warm friendliness to all . . . 
We dedicate the 1953 Colonial Echo to 



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DEDICATION 



The Board of Visitors, the governing body mitting an overlapping in terms. 



of the College of William and Mary, is ap- 
pointed by the Governor of Virginia. There 
are ten members serving on the Board plus 
the Superintendent of Public Instruction, an 
ex officio member. They hold this office for 
a period of four years, with five new mem- 
bers being appointed every two years per- 



The chairman or rector of the Board pre- 



sides over the meetings which are held 



three times a year. The rector may call any 



additional meetings which may be neces- 



sary. James M. Robertson served as Rector 



of the Board of Visitors for this year. 



Seated, leit to right in the Blue Room in the Wren Building are: Mrs, Hiden, Mr. Howard, Mr. Ramsey, Mr. I. Robertson (Rector), Mr. W. Robertson, 
Mr. Ware, Mr. Charles. Missing from the photograph are Mr. Pollard, Mr. Eaiisermf.n, Mr Marrrv.-, and Mr. Carneal. 




BOARD OF VISITORS 



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N M E M R I A 

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PRESIDENT 



ALVIN DUKE CHANDLER 

On May 15, 1953 at formal convocation, Alvin Duke Chandler was inaugurated 
as the twenty second president of the College of William and Mary in the pres- 
ence of representatives from many universities, colleges, and learned societies 
in the United States and Canada. Among the honored guests at his inauguration 
were President Eisenhower and Governor Battle. 

Although President Chandler has only been at the College for two years, one 
of the results of his capable administration is a new men's dormitory. Because 
the President feels that the College has an obligation to provide educational 
facilities for the community, night classes are being held on an experimental 
basis. Through out the year President Chandler has shown a sincere interest in 
student affairs. The aims of the President include strengthening the departments, 
encouraging better student faculty relations, and securing financial aid in order 
to build a Student Activities Building. 




JOE D. FARRAR 
Dean of Men 



CHARLES F. MARSH 
Dean of the Faculty 



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H. H. SISSON, JR. 
Bursar 



WILLIAM G. HARKINS 
Librarian 



VERNON L. NUNN 
Auditor 





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DUDLEY W. WOODBRIDGE 
Dean of the Department of Jurisprudence 



DOROTHEA WYATV 
Dean of Women 



J. WILFRED LAMBERT 
Dean of Students and Registrar 



RATION 



LOUIS J. HOITSMA, JR. 
Director of Admissions 



MARGUERITE WYNNE-ROBERTS 
Assistant Dean of Women 




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First Row: 

DOUGLASS G. ADAIR; Associate Professor of History; A.B., University 
oi the South; MA , Harvard University; Ph.D., Yale University. 

CHARLES HARPER ANDERSON; Associate Professor of Jurisprudence: 

A-B. and B.C.L., William and Mary; L.L.M., University of Virginia. 

GEORGE L. ANDERSON; Assistant Professor of Military Science and 
Tactics; Lt. Colonel, U.S. Army; A B., University of Florida. 

ALFRED R. ARMSTRONG; Associate Professor of Chemistry; M.A. and 
B.S., College of William and Mary; Ph.D., University of Virginia. 

JOANNA ARMSTRONG; Instructor of Modern Languages; Cerlificat 
d etudes, Sorbonne, Paris; M.A., University of Utah. 

ROY P. ASH; Associate Professor of Biology; A.B.. Marietta College; M.A. 
and Ph.D., Brown University. 

POLK S. ATKINSON; Professor of Military Science and Tactics; A.B., 
Southwestern Presbyterian University. 

JOHN T. BALDWIN, JR.; Professor of Biology; Chairman of the Depart- 
ment of Biolcgy; A.B., Ccllege of William and Mary; Ph.D.. University 
of Virginia. 



Second Row: 

J. WORTH BANNER; Associate Professor of Modern Languages; Acting 
Chairman of the Department of Modern Languages; B.S., Roanoke CdI- 
lege; M.A. and Ph.D., University of North Carolina. 

JOHN K. BARE; Associate Professor of Psychology; A.B., Oberlin College; 
M.SC. and Ph.D., Brown University. 

MARTHA E. BARKSDALE; Associate Professor of Physical Education; 
A.B. and M.A., College of William and Mary; O.D., Gymnastic Peoples 
College, Ollerup, Denmark. 



DONNA KEITH BAHHAND; Instructor of Physical Education; A.B., Lake 
Erie College, M.S., Smith College. 

GRACE I. BLANK; Associate Professor of Biology; A.B., Maryville Col- 
lege; M.S., University of Michigan. 

JOHN BRIGHT; Assistant Professor of History; A.B. and M.A., University 
of Alabama. 

RICHARD B. BROOKS; Associate Professor of Psychology; Director of 
Counseling; B.P.E.. Springfield College; M.A., University of Pennsylvania. 

LORNA N. BURDSALL; Acting Instructor of Physical Education; A.B. and 
M.A., George Washington University. 



Third Row: 

ELEANOR CALKINS; Assistant Professor of Mathematics; A.B., College 

oi Wilham and Mary; M.A., University of Michigan. 

JAMES U. CARTER, JR.; Associate Professor of Romance Languages; 
Docteur de i'Universite de Toulouse; A.B., College of William and Mary. 

I-KUA CHOU; Assistant Professor of Government; M.A. and Ph.D., Flet- 
cher School of Law and Diplomacy; L.L.B., National Fuh-Tan University. 

G. GLENWOOD CLARK; Associate Professor of English; A.B., University 
of Richmcnd: L.L.B., Richmond College; M.A., Columbia University. 

KENNETH CLEETON; Professor of Education; B.S. and M.A., University 
of Missouri; Ed.D., University of Colorado. 

ELLEN M. CONYERS; Acting Instructor of Physical Education; B.S., Long- 
wood College. 

HIBBERT D. COREY; Professor of Economics and Business Administra- 
•lon; A.B,, University of Michigan; M.A., Ohio State University. 

JOSEPH M. CORMACK; Professor of Jurisprudence; A.B., Northwestern 
University; L.L.B. and J.S.D., Yale University. 



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First Row: 

JOSEPH CURTIS; Associate Professor of Jurisprudence; B.S., LL.B., and 

].L.M,, N^w York University. 

CHARLES E. DAVIDSON; Instructor of English; A.B., Princeton Univer- 
sity; M.A., Yale University. 

MERLE DAVIS; Associate Professor of Education; B.S., Longwood Col- 
lege; M.A., William and Mary. 

FRANK B. EVANS, III; Associate Professor of English; A.B.. Amherst 
Colleqe; M..^. and Ph.D.. Princeton University. 

JOE D. FARRAB; Associate Professor of Education; Dean of Men; B.S., 
Daniel Baicer College; M.Ed., University of Missouri. 

CARL A. FEHH; Associate Professor of Fine Arts; A.B. and M.A., Univer- 
sity of Texas; M.Mus., University of Michigan; Ed.D., Columbia Univer- 
sity. 

DONALD M. FOERSTER; Associate Professor of English; A.B., University 

of Iowa; Ph.D., Yale University. 

HAROLD LEES FOWLER; Professor of History; A.B., Dartmouth College; 
M.A. and Ph.D., Harvard University. 



Second Row: 

WAYNE F. GIBBS; Piolessor of Accounting; B.S., M.S.. UniVersily o! 
Illinois; C.P.A. (Virginia). 

KENNETH M. GORDON; Associate Professor of Chemistry; A.B. Univer 

^ily of Illinois; PhD,, Morthwestern University, 

WILLIAM GEORGE GUY; Chancellor Professor of Chemistry; Chairman 
of the Department of Chemistry, B.SC, A.B., Mt. Allison University, 
Canada, A.B., Oxford University, England, Ph.D., University of Chicago. 

ALBERT E. HAAK; Assistant Professor of Fine Arts; A.B., Lawrence; 

A.B,, M.A., William and Mary. 



ANDREW C. HAIGH; Associate Professor of Fine Arts; A.B., University of 

Michigan; M.A., Ph.D., Harvard University. 

ROBERT J. HART; Assistant Professor of Physics; A.B., M.A., Syracuse 

University. 

DONALD J. HERRMANN; Assistant Professor of Education; B.Ed., North- 
ern Illinois State Teachers College: M.A., Michigan Slate College; Ph.D., 
Michigan State College. 

ABRAHAM HIRSCH; Assistant Professor of Economics; B.B.A.. City Col- 
lege of New York; M.A., Columbia University. 



Third Row: 

HOWARD KINGSBURY HOLLAND; Associate Professor of Education; 
A.B., University of Michigan; M.A. and Ph.D., Harvard University. 

ALTHEA HUNT; Associate Professor of Fine Arts; Director of the William 
and Mary Theater; A.B., Allegheny College; M.A.. Radclifte College. 

JESS H. JACKSON; Professor of English; Chairman of the Department 
of English; A.B. and M.A., University of Alabama; M.A. and Ph.D., 
Harvard University. 

DUDLEY M. JENSEN; Instructor of Physical Education; B.S., Springfield 

Colleqe, M.A.. Teacher's College, Columbia University. 

W. MELVILLE JONES; Associate Professor of English; A.B., Allegheny 
College: M.A., Ohio State University; Ph.D., Harvard University. 

ALEXANDER KALLOS; Instructor of Modern Languages; M.A., Univer- 
sity of Pennsylvania; S.C.L., Vienna Commercial Academy. 

JOHN KANTNEH; Assistant Professor of Sociology; A.B., FrankUn and 
Marshall College; M.A., University of Michigan; Ph.D., University of 
Michigan. 

PAUL R. KAUFMANN; Assistant Professor of Military Science and Tac- 
tics; Major, U.S. Army. 



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First How: 

H. WAYNE KERNODLE; Associate Professor of Sociology; Chairman of 
Ihe Department of Sociology and Anthropology: A.B., M.A., and Ph.D., 
University of North Carolina. 

REINO KORPI; Associate Professor of Modern Languages; A.B., Clark 
University: M.A., University of Wisconsin. 

J. WILFRED LAMBERT; Associate Professor of Psychology: A.B., College 
of William and Mary; Dean of Students. 

EDRIL LOTT; Instructor of Secretarial Science: Chairman of Secretarial 
Science; A.B., Mississi.opi State College for Women; M.A., Mississippi 
Southern. 

CHARLES r. MARSH; Chancellor Professor of Economics and Business 
Administration; Chairman of the Department of Business Administration: 
Dean of Faculty; A.B., Lawrence College; M.A. and Ph.D. University of 
Illinois. 

WILLIAM H. McBURNEY; Associate Professor of English; A.B., SoutU- 
■.V93tern at Memphis; M..A., and Ph.D., Harvard University. 

BEN C. McCARY; Associate Professor of Modern Languages; A.B., Uni- 
versity of Richmond: Docleur de I'Universite de Toulouse. 

ELIZABETH A. MeCLUBE: Instructor of Government; A.B., Bryn Mawr 
College; M.Litt., Girton College. Cambridge, England. 



Second Row: 

BRUCE T. McCULLY; Associate Professor of History; A.B., Rutgers Uni- 
versity: M.A. and Ph.D., Columbia University. 

CECIL M. MeCUUEY; Assistant Professor of English; A.B., M.A., and 
Ph.D., Southern Methodist University. 

THOMAS M. MIKULA; Assistant Professor of Physical Education; B.S., 
William and Mary; M.A., Columbia University. 

lAMES W. MILLER: Chancellor Professor of Philosophy; Chairman of 
the Department of Philosophy; A.B., University of Michigan; M.A. and 
Ph.D., Harvard University. 



ROBERT LEE MOONEY; Professor of Physics; Chairman of Department 
of Physics; B.S., Furman University; M.S., Syracuse University; Ph.D., 
Brown University. 

JOHN A. MOORE; Instructor of Modem Languages: B.S.. Davidson Col- 
lege; M.A., University of North Carolina. 

I. KENNETH MORLAND; Assistant Professor of Sociology; B.S.. Birming- 
ham-Southern College; B.D., Yale University; Ph.D., University of North 
Carolina. 

RICHARD L. MORTON; Professor of History: Chairman of the Depart- 
ment of History: A.B., Litt.D., Hampden-Sydney College; M.A., Harvard 
University and University of Virginia: Ph.D., University of Virginia. 



Third Row: 

WARNER MOSS, JR.; John Marshall Professor of Government and Citizen- 
ship; Chairman of the Department of Government; A.B.. University of 
Richmond: M.A. and Ph.D., Columbia University. 

FRASER NEIMAN; Associate Professor of English: A.B., Amherst Col- 
lege: M.A. and Ph.D., Harvard University. 

RICHARD K. NEWMAN; Assistant Proiessor of Fine Arts; A.B., Dartmouth 

College: Ph.D., Yale University. 

GEORGE I. OLIVER; Professor of Education; Chairman of the Depail- 
menl of Education; A.B., College of William and Mary: M.A., and Ph.D., 
Columbia University. 

lAMES E. PATE; Professor of Political Science: A.B.. Louisiana College: 
M.A., University of Virginia and Wake Forest College: Ph.D., Johns 
Hopkins University. 

HAROLD R. PHALEN; Professor of Mathematics: B.S., Tufts; M.S. and 

Ph.D., University of Chicago. 

ARTHUR W. PHELPS; Professor of Jurisprudence; A.B., Washington and 
Lee University: M.A., Ohio State University: LLB., University of Cin- 
cinnati: LLM., Columbia University. 

JOHN S. QUINN; Assistant Professor of Business Administration: MBA, 
Harvard University; MCS., Boston University; BsED., State Teachers' 
College, Salem, Massachusetts. 



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First Row: 

CHARLES L. QUITTMEYER; Assistant Professor of Business Administra- 
tion; A.B., College of William and Mary; M.B,, Harvard Business School. 
MARCEL REBOUSSIN; Associate Professor of French: Agrege des lei- 
tres, Sorbonne; M.A,, Columbia University; Professorat de francais. Ecole 
Normale Superieure de St, Cloud. 

MARION REEDER; Associate Professor of Physical Education; Chairman 
of the V/omen's Physical Education Department; B.S. and M.S., Univer- 
sity of Illinois. 

GEORGE K. REID, JR.; Assistant Professor of Biology; E.S., Presbyterian 
College; M.S. and Ph.D.. University of Florida. 

BEATRICE K. ROME; Instructor of Philosophy; A.B. and M.A., Radcliffe 
College, Ph.D., Radcliffe College. 

CARL ANDERSON ROSEBERG; Assistant Professor of Fine Arts; BFA and 
MFA, State University of Iowa. 

GEORGE J. RYAN; Professor of Ancient Languages; A.B., A.M., St. Louis 
University; Ph.D.. University of Michigan. 

ANTHONY L. SANCETTA; Assistant Professor of Economics; A.B., West- 
cm Reserve University; M.S. and Ph.D., Columbia University, 

Second Row: 

GEORGE D. SANDS; Associate Professor of Chemistry; B.S.. William 
and Mary; M.S., University of Richmond; Ph.D., University of Illinois. 
HOWARD SCAMMON; Instructor of Fine Arts; A.B., William and Mary; 
M.A., Northwestern University. 

OSWALD F. SCHUETTE, JR.; Associate Professor of Physics; B.S., George- 
town University; M.S. and Ph.D.. Yale University. 

ROGER SHERMAN; Instructor of Fine Arts; Vesper George School of 
Art; Yale Graduate School, Department of Drama. 

HOWARD M- SMITH, JR.; Assistant Professor of Physical Education; 
Acting Chairman of Men's Physical Education Department; B.S., William 
and Mary; M.S., Syracuse University. 

ROBERT E. SMITH; Associate Professor of Mathematics; A.B,. Allegheny 
Co!!rTr-- M A , University of North Carolina, 

S. DONALD SOUTHWORTH; Professor of Economics; A.B., M.A., Ph.D., 
Pr.:, ■ ■ , ■ .versity. 

JOHN M. STETSON; Professor of Mathematics; Chairman of the Depart- 
ment of Mathematics; A.B.. Yale University; Ph.D.. Princeton University. 



Third Row: 

ALAN C. STEWART; Associate of Fine Arts; A.B., Union College; Profes- 
sional Certificate, Yale School of Music: M.A., Columbia University. 
JEAN STEWART; Associate Professor of Home Economics; Chairman of 
the Department of Home Economics; B.S, and M.A,, Columbia Univer- 
sity. 

HOWARD STONE; Associate Professor of Modem Languages; A.B., 
Pomona College; M.A., Claremont College; Ph.D., University of Cali- 
fornia. 

TRAVIS L. SUMMERSGILL; Associate Professor of English; A.B., Bucknell 
University: M.A and Ph.D., Harvard University. 

WALTER E. SWAYZE; Assistant Professor of English; A.B., University 
of Toronto; M.A. and Ph.D., Yale University 

ALBION G. TAYLOR; Chancellor Professor of Political Economy; Chair- 
man of the Department of Economics: A.B., Des Moines University; 
M.A., University of Nebraska; Ph.D., University of Illinois. 
THOMAS THORNE; Associate Professor of Fines Arts; Chairman of the 
Department of Fine Arts; B.F.A., Yale University, 

A. PELZER WAGENER; Professor of Ancient Languages; Chairman of 
the Department of Ancient Languages; A.B., College of Charleston; 
Ph.D., Johns Hopkins University. 

Fourth Row: 

EMILE HENRI J. WATRIN; Instructor of Modem Languages; Philo-Lettres 
and Agregation; Universite Liege (Belgium); Agrege de I'enseignement, 
Moyen Superieur. 

RALPH WHITFIELD; Acting Assistant Professor of Education: A.B., 
Atlantic Christian College; M.A., University of North Carolina; Ed.D., 
University of Maryland. 

ALMA WILKIN; Assistant Professor of Home Economics; B.S.. Kansas 
State Aqiicul'ural College; M.A., Columbia University Teachers' College. 
STANLEY WILLIAMS; Professor of Psychology; Chairman of the Depart- 
ment of Psychology; A.B. and M.A., University of California at Los 
Angeles; Ph.D.. Yale University. 

BURTON R. WOLIN; Assistant Professor of Psychology; A B. University 
of Akron; M.A. Indiana University. 

DUDLEY W. WOODBRIDGE; Chancellor Professor of Jurisprudence; Dean 
oi the Department of Jurisprudence; A.B , J.D., University of Illinois. 
DOROTHEA WYATT; Professor of His! ^ i Women; A.B., M.A., 

Ph.D., Stanford University. 



T H E 



FACULTY 




GOVERNMENT 
AND PUBLICATIONS 




THE SENATE 

Seated from left to right: Child, Madsen, Dalton, Simonton, Wilde. Stand^ 

ing from left to right: Scates, Munqer. Seller, Romeo. 



THE GENERAL COOPERATIVE COMMITTEE 

Seated from left to right: Seller, Simonton, Foster, Mr. Anderson, Madsen. 

Munger. Dean Wyalt. Clark, Child, Scates, Miss Wynne-Roberts. Dean 

Lambert. Standing from left to right: Romeo. Wilde, Mr. Kernodle, Dalton, 

Mr. Barnes, Hedelt. 



JOHN DALTON 
President of the Student Body 




What makes the wheels of the Student Government of William and 
Mary turn? John Dalton, president of the student body for the past 
year, played a big role, but behind the student body president lies a 
network of councils, committees, and sub-committees. 

At the top, so to speak, is the General Cooperative Committee, con- 
sisting of twenty three members representing faculty, administration, 
and students. The General Co-op discusses any complaints or recom- 
mendations which have been made by the Assembly. If the proposals 
are approved by this body, they are sent to the president of the Col- 
lege who approves them and puts them into effect. One of the main 
problems considered was the proposed student activities building. The 
chairman of this committee was Alvin D. Chandler; vice-chairman and 
presiding officer, J. Wilfred Lambert; secretary, Jean Madsen. 

In between the General Cooperative Committee and the Assembly 
lies the Senate, acting as a liaison between these two groups. The ten 
members include the vice-president of the Student Body as presiding 
officer, the president of the student body, the presidents of the four 
classs, chairmen of the three divisions of the W.S.C.G.A., and chair- 
man of the Men's Honor Council. Besides representing the Assembly 
on the General Co-op, a function of this group is to select the class ring. 
The Senate was presided over by Henry Wilde. 

At the bottom of this trio lies the Assembly, the most important of 
the three and the true functioning body in the organization. Each of the 
four classes elects three men and three women to represent it on the 
Assembly, and one representative is elected from the graduate stu- 
dents. In addition, all members of the Senate attend the bi-weekly 
meeting of the Assembly. In order to function more efficiently, the 
Assembly is broken up into committees which study specific prob- 
lems and present their findings to the Assembly for further action. 
Among these are the Cafeteria, Laundry, Building and Grounds, and 
Election committees. 

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STUDENT ASSEMBLY 

First Row: McWilliams, Dalton, Westberg. 

Second How: Wilde, Napolino. Montgomery, Danskin, Lehew, Blanchard, E. Coco. 

Third Row: Scales, Simonton, Marston, B. Clark, Romeo, Ketterson, McLaughlin, Zaiser, 
Belew, Cline. 

Fourth Row: Munger, Johnson, D. Clark, Fichtenger, Seller, Carrilhers, Brown, Madsen, 
Child, Mahaffy. 



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EN'S HONOR 
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JOHN MUNGER 
Chairman o! the Men's Honor Council 



Seated from left to right: Munger, Taylor, Grant, Kenyon, Petrequin, de- 
Walt, Lowo. 




One of the priorities which the College of Wil- 
liam and Mary is proud to claim is the establish- 
ment of the first Honor System, which has been 
in effect here since 1779. This Honor System is 
based on individual responsibility. 

The Men's Honor Council is invested by the 
student body with the power to investigate and 
try men students who are reported for infractions 
of the Honor Code. The four infractions are lying, 
stealing, cheating, and failure to report an infrac- 
tion. The Council also sponsors a program to 
orientate freshmen to the principles of the Honor 
System. A duty of both the Men's and Women's 
Honor Councils is to sit at the polls at each stu- 
dent election, count the ballots, and announce 
the results. 

This past year one of the major undertakings 
of the Men's Honor Council was the codifica- 
tion of the rules of procedure. In this task the 
Council was joined by the Women's Honor 
Council and aided by Dr. Woodbridge and Dean 
Lambert. 

The members of the Council are elected each 
spring by the male student body. Members for 
1952-53 were John Munger, chairman; Dwight 
Taylor, vice-chairman; Thomas Kenyon, secre- 
tary; Scott Petrequin, senior representative; Harry 
DeWalt and James Grant, junior representatives; 
and Otto Lowe, sophomore representative. 



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WOMEN'S HONOR 
COUNCIL 



JEAN MADSEN 
Chairman oi the Woman's Honor Council 



Compared to the Honor System itself, the 
Women's Honor Council is a fairly young organ- 
ization, for women were not admitted to William 
and Mary until the year 1918, and the Women's 
Honor Council was established soon after this 
date. The Council is a branch of the Women's 
Students' Cooperative Government Association, 
and its members are elected each March by the 
women students. Its function is to try women stu- 
dents who violate the Honor Code and to impose 
penalties. 

The Women's Honor Council, working closely 
with the Men's Honor Council, has attempted to 
carry out an educative program. During the fall 
orientation week, members of the Council hold 
small informal meetings with the freshmen wo- 
men to explain the concepts of the Honor System 
and the privileges to be gained from it. At the 
end of each semester before exams begin, the 
members again give short talks to each of the 
women's large and small dormitories, remind- 
ing the students of their individual responsibility 
to uphold their pledge to the Honor System. 

The members of the Women's Honor Council 
were Jean Madsen, chairman; Shirley Haabestad, 
secretary; Bettina Bass and Shirley Lyons, senior 
members; Elizabeth Lewis and Sarah Dean 
Spangler, junior members; and Jennifer Hilton, 
sophomore member. The Council's advisors were 
Dr. D. W. Woodbridge, Dr. R. Wayne Kernodle, 
and Mr. Richard B. Brooks. 




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WOMEN STUDENTS' COOPERATIVE 
GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION 



The purpose of the Women Students' Cooperative Govern- 
ment Association is to further self-government and student re- 
sponsibility. To these ends, the Association is divided into three 
Councils: the Executive Council, the Judicial Committee, and the 
Honor Council. Representatives to these councils are elected 
each March by the women students. 

The Executive Council consists of a president, vice-president, 
secretary, treasurer, senior representative, freshman representa- 
tive, and representative-at-large. The Council handles all official 
business of the Association and conducts the monthly meetings. 

The Judicial Committee is composed of a chairman, secretary, 
all house presidents, representatives of each class, and a rep- 
resentative-at-large. The Committee formulates and administers 
social rules and deals with violations of these rules. 

The advisors of the W.S.C.G.A. are Dr. Douglas G. Adair, Dr. 
Kenneth M. Gordon, and Dr. Harold L. Fowler. 

Every woman student upon entering the College automatically 
becomes a member of the W.S.C.G.A. Business meetings are 
held on the first Monday of each month in Phi Beta Kappa Hall. 
In addition to regular business meetings, speakers are often pre- 
sented. 




NANCY CHILD 
President of WSCGA 



THE EXECUTIVE COUNCIL 

Seated from left to riqfit: Cflild, Lehew, Broaddus, Ferrell, Campbell. Standing from 

left to right: Ketcham, Kesler. 




THE EXECUTIVE COUNCIL 

In addition to its regular functions, 
the Executive Council, under Presi- 
dent Nancy Child, also undertook sev- 
eral projects. The fall orientation pro- 
gram was planned and carried out by 
the Council and the Administration. 
Then came the sale of student direc- 
tories in November, and in January 
the Council awarded its scholarship of 
one hundred dollars to a woman stu- 
dent on the basis of scholarship, ac- 
tivities, and need. May brought the 
biggest headache of all: the festivities 
of May Day. This year the Council 
worked jointly with the Assembly in 
order to make it a combined student 
government weekend, and to find new 
ideas for a successful May Day. 



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THE JUDICIAL COMMITTEE 

The Judicial Committee's greatest con- 
tribution this past year was the complete 
revision of the women's social rules. Un- 
der the leadership of Chairman Beverly 
Simonton, the Committee revised the 
rules and penalties to make the system, 
more uniform. On the social side, the 
Committee gave a tea in October for the 
housemothers as a gesture of apprecia- 
tion for all the help they had given the 
Committee. Judicial suppers were held 
in the spring and fall to discuss rules with 
the advisors and the deans of the Col- 
lege. 




HOUSE PRESIDENTS 
Sealed: Brov/n, Friedman, Breneman. Standing; Willis, Pulley, Crovo. 



THE JUDICIAL COUNCIL 
>ovo, Foster, Pulley, Mott, Wildman, Simonton. Second Row; Brown, Fried- 
man, Breneman, Wiliis, Staubs. 



BEVERLY SIMONTON 
Chairman of the Judicial Council 





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Seated clockwise: Mr. Kallos, Dalton, Hall, Hedelt, Evans, Romeo. Mr. Anderson. 



PUBLICATIONS CO 

The powers and duties of the Publications Committee 
are to elect the editors and business managers of the pub- 
lications, to review the elections and appointments of 
other members of the various staffs, and to serve as a 
board for hearing and acting on complaints concerning 
staff organization and administration. While this group 
acts as a regulatory body for the publications, it has no 
voice in their editorial policies. 

The Committee consists of the editors of the three stu- 
dent publications, the Colonial Echo, the Flat Hat, and 
the Royalist, one member of the student assembly, two 
faculty members, and the president of the student body. 
The chairman of the Committee for 1 952-53 was Carmen 
Romeo. 

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Editor-in-Chief 




BOB MAHAFFY 
Business Manager 




JUNIOR EDITORS 
Leit to right: Crovo, Haynsworth, Schwartz, Weslberg, Ash, Spangler. 



19 5 3 COLONIAL 

This is your yearbook. In it, we the staH of the Colonial Echo have tried to 
capture the spirit of William and Mary. We have used a number of the popular 
features of the 1952 Echo and have added a modern approach, a new way of 
posing groups, and many more informal pictures of you. You wanted the 
lithograph cover. 

Gathering, selecting, and compiling material for a yearbook is a stupendous 
job. At different times during the year students see evidences of yearbook 
work; Mr. Colonna's photographing, a pop of a flash bulb during a basketball 
game, the Beauty Contest, and of course, the bills. 

The people behind the scenes whose hard work created the 1953 Colonial 
Echo are Associate Editor, Barbie Schwartz; Business Manager, Bob Mahaffy; 



BUSINESS STAFF 

First Row: Everitt, Parkin, Grinnan, Kir wan. Second Row: Sluelcken, 
Mahaffy, Comley, Parker, Kirchoff, Eddy. Willard. Standing: Jones, Lore, 



CLASS STAFF 

First Row: Lawson, King, Carhart, Scott. Second Row: Compe, Stoker, 

Henderson, Crovo, Jordan, Lee. Standing: Sandford, Magruder. 






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SPORTS STAFF 

Seated: Carb, Eqger, Humes, Westberq, Forester, Richards. Standing: 

Humbert, Potts. 



r::.".':'.. y-APHY staff 

Seated: Lewey, Wilkinson, Ozment. Hay ns worth. Standing: Wilsey, 
Haycox, 



ECHO 



Organizations Editor, Carolyn Ash; Photography Edi- 
tor Bill Haynsworth; Class Editor, Boots Crovo; Make- 
up Editor, Sarah Dean Spangler, and Sports Editor, 
John Westberg. There were many others who gave 
their advice and cooperation and to them we give 
our thanks. 

We have enjoyed our work and learned a lot. It is 
with pride that we present the 1953 Colonial Echo to 
you. We hope you will enjoy it and find many happy 
memories within its pages. 




ART STAFF 
ieit 1© righ:; Beelon, Holman, Sandlass, Humes, Hines. 



MAKE-UP 

Seated: Montgomery, Campbell, Spanqler, Graham, Allen. Standing: 

Wortman, Kellenberger, Meador. 



ORGANIZATION STAFF 
Left to right: Pontius. Willis, Callihan. Key. Ash. Bettiger, French, Lynn. 

Lloyd. 




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Editor-in-chief Bob Hedelt, Managing Editor Dick Dallas, Associate Editor 
Jane Hale. 



JUNIOR EDITORS 
Sealed: Gushing, Ives. Standing: Zepht, Wachtman, Lubasch. 




This past year, the Flat Hat, under the editorship of 
Bob Hedelt, reached one of the highest peaks in the 
forty years since it officially became William and 
Mary's student newspaper. With the capable assist- 
ance of Jane Hale, associate editor, and Dick Dallas, 
managing editor, Bob brought the paper to first place 
in the Virginia Intercollegiate Press Association Con- 
vention, held at Blacksburg in December. At the same 
time, the Flat Hat was awarded the annual trophy 
given by the Roanoke Times Herald for excellence 
in news writing. 

In the all important post of news editor, Madge 
Gushing successfully "filled those holes" at Hedelt's 
adamant requests. Arnie Lubasch's tireless energy as 
sports editor gave those pages a precision and vitality 
infrequently seen in Flat Hat sports writing. Clever 
features by Sara Wachtman and her staff presented a 
"behind tfie news" view to Flat Hat readers. 

The tedium of make-up never daunted junior edi- 
tor Bettye Zepht, while Donnie Spotts kept the adver- 
tising — and the money — coming. 

As business manager, Peggy Ives managed to make 



FEATURE STAFF 
Left to right: Haynes, Reitz, Wachtman, Lee. 




MAKE-UP STAFF 

Seated: Knight, Zepht, Hyde, Best. Standing: Page, Donnelly, Thomas, 

Joachim. 

SPORTS STAFF 

Seated: Neuville, Owens, Humbert, Carb, Lubasch, Dahm, Roberts, Male. 

Standing: Hienrich, McDaniel. 

CIRCULATION STAFF 

First Row: Fennell, Silfen, Lawrence, Hillman, Eisenberg. Second Row: 

St. John, Kirwan, Roby. Third Row: Duis, Petrie. 

NETWS STAFF 

First Row: Wortman, Jordan, Evans, Compe. Second Row: McCarthy, 

Bettiqer, Anderson, Gushing, Frye, Andrews, Little, Ash. Standing: Moli- 

neux, Todhunter, Pugh, Mitchell, SiUen. 



business a pleasure and always was able "to explain" 
to Mr. Gibbs. Circulation Manager Widdy Fennell 
faithfully punched the addressograph machine or, 
when that failed, got out his fountain pen. 

During an interesting year, the Flat Hat tried to keep 
student abreast of events with a balance of news and 
editorials. Many things are recalled from "Inside Flat 
Hat" — Hedelt's editorials and Jane's "Halestones"; 
Arnie's free lance "Sportswhirl," and Dick's talent for 
perfect phrasing when everything seemed to go 
wrong. Strong letters to the editor and controversial 
play reviews, long hours at the Gazette, hated Tues- 
day evening meetings, and the inevitable blank space 
at press time kept the staff hopping. 

There were disappointments and mistakes, good is- 
sues and impossible ones, but there was never a bad 
time, and from Hedelt's loud horse laugh to Dallas' 
chuckle to Hale's frenzied leer the keynote of the year 
was fun. 



BUSINESS STAFF 
Left to right: DeSamper, Willard, Ives, Everilt. 





THE ROYALIST 




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Editor-in-Chief 



GALE CARRITHERS 
Associate Editor 



This year, suppressing the desire to reprint cartoons from 
the New Yorker, the Royalist stati searched the campus high 
and low to discover literary masterpieces that were new and 
different. In fact, they went so far as to publish a new and dif- 
ferent magazine . . . still under the title of Royalist, but with 
a new format and a new make-up. 

For the first time in many years, photography was featured 
in the magazine. Working closely with Mr. Sherman, the art 
staff selected photography which was unusual and interesting 
from a viewpoint of technique and originality. In fact, a much 
more varied program of art work was made possible by the 
change in format, so that there were many clever line drawings 
as well as excellent full-page engravings. The art staff also 
concocted a cover that was the latest word in modern cover 
design. 

In an attempt to broaden the experience of the staff members 
who might be interested in furthering their careers as rising 
young journalists, a new system of critical sessions was de- 
vised. All the material was read by each member before the 
Thursday afternoon meeting so that at that time the lively criti- 
cism was much more meaningful than it would have been if 
Ihey had been pressed for time. Each manuscript was carefully 
"mulled" over by the staff, and selected according to its reader 
appeal and literary merits. 



ART STAFF 

Front Row: Sacalis, Postles, Hagberg, Michael. Back Row: Wilsey, HuH, 

Fisher, Vliet. 



EDITORIAL BOARD 

Left to right: Hale. Hagbeig, Evans. Carrithers, Butters, Wadley. 




Another re-inauguration of the Royalist was that of articles 
on such things as new books in the College library, new rec- 
ords and various musical functions on the campus, and a 
humorous column. 

All in all, it was quite a prosperous and fruitful year for the 
Royalist under the capable leadership of Editor Nan Evans. Of 
course things didn't always go smoothly — like the time Barry 
Wilson read his own story aloud and was accused of exag- 
gerating the meaning of the supposed author — but the result 
was literary achievement to be proud of. 

The appreciation of the staffs goes to all those who contrib- 
uted time and talent to make this year's issues possible, par- 
taricularly Mr. Gibbs who helped with the finances, and Mr. 
Jones who again gave his valuable opinions. 





CIRCULATION STAFF 
Kimbrough, Turvene. 



CRITICAL STAFF 
Seated: McDaniel, Wilson. Thunander, Hilton. Little. Standing: Ingram. 



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OFFICERS 




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President 


JIM SHATYNSKI 




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BARBIE MOTT 




Secretary-Treasurer 


DAVE BELEW 




Historian 



SENIORS 



EVELYN ABDILL 



BARBARA ALABASTER 



JAMES ALDERSON 



JOAN ALLEMAN 




ANN ALLRED 



WILLIAM ANNETT 



lAMES APOSTOLOU 



NORTON ASHMAN 



GERALD ATWATER 



Top Row; 

EVELYN DOROTHY ABDILL; Falls Church; A.B., Sociology; Kappa 
Kappa Gamma; Kappa Delta Pi: Backdrop Club; Orchesis; Red Cross 

Unit, Secretary; Canterbury Club. 

BARBARA JEAN ALABASTER: Wilmington, Delaware; A.B., Sociology; 
Alpha Chi Omega; Backdrop Club; William and Mary Choir; Student 
Religious Union; Wesley Foundation. 

JOHN STANDISH ALDEN; Colonia, New Jersey; A.B., History; Rutgers 
University; Phi Kappa Tau; Canterbury Club. 

lAMES MORRIS ALDERSON; Brookside, New Jersey; A.B., English; 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Secretary; Inter-fraternity Council, Secretary. 

MARY JOAN ALLEMAN; Hanover, Pennsylvania; A.B., Philosophy; Pi 
Beta Phi; Phi Beta Kappa; Backdrop Club; Philosophy Club, President; 
Newman Club. 



Bottom Row: 

CAROLYN ANN ALLRED; Norfolk; A.B., English; Kappa Alpha Theta; 
Chi Delta Phi; French Club; Tidewater-Alumni Association; William 

and Mary Chorus. 

WILUAM GEORGE ANNETT; Seaford, New York; B.S., Mathematics; 
Phi Kappa Tau; Backdrop Club; Student Affiliates of the American 

Chemical Soci.ety; Wesley Foundation. 

JAMES DIMITRI APOSTOLOU; Roanoke; A.B., Jurisprudence; Sigma 
Nu; Scabbard and Blade. 

NORTON J. ASHMAN; Norfolk; A.B.. Jurisprudence; Norfolk Division; 
Kappa Alpha. 

GERALD KING ATWATER; Binghamton, New York; A.B., Economics; 
Theta Delta Chi; French Club. 







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EDWARD AUBIN 



DWIGHT BABCOCK 



DOROTHY BAILEY 



HELEN BARBER 



CLYDE BARKER 




ROBERT BARRETT 



BETTINA BASS 



PAGE BECK 



DAVID BELEW 



CAROLYN BELL 



Top Row: 

EDWARD GEORGE AUBIN, JR.; Gales Ferry, Connecticut; A.B.; Eco- 
nomics; University of Alaska; Kappa Alpha; Kappa Delta Pi, President; 
Colonial Echo; Varsity Club; Baseball; Track. 

DWIGHT HOUGHTON BABCOCK; East Orang.e, New Jersey; A.B.; 
Economics; Sig:na Alpha Epsilon; Canterbury Club. 

DOROTHY LEE BAILEY; Norfolk; A.B.; English; Pi Beta Phi; Literature 
Club; French Club; Pep Club; Tidewater-Alumni Association; Cheer- 
leader. 

HELEN ELIZABETH BARBER; Vero Beach, Florida; A.B.; Sociology; Chi 
Onnega, FrosidenI; Pan-Hellenic Council; Flat Hat, Morgue Editor; 
Colonial Echo; William and Mary Chorus; Backdrop Club; Psychology 
Club; Canterbury Club. 

CLYDE ALEXANDER BARKER; Danville; A.B.; Business Administra- 
tion; Phi Kappa Tau; Dramatic Club; Backdrop Club; Accounting Club; 
French Club. 



Bottom Row: 

ROBERT EDWARD BARRETT; Williamsburg; B.S.; Chemistry; Phi Kap- 
pa Tau; Student Affiliates of the American Chemical Society; Pre-Med 
Club. 

BETTINA BASS; Wallace; B.S.; Psychology; Pi B.eta Phi; Women's 
Honor Council; William and Mary Chorus; House Committee; Spanish 
Club; Psychology Club; Women's Athletic Association; Orientation 
Sponsor; Phi Beta Kappa. 

PAGE ELIZABETH BECK: Richmond; A.B.; Government; Chi Omega; 
Kappa Chi Kappa; Flat Hal; William and Mary Chorus; International 
Relations Club; French Club; Spanish Club; Wesley Foundation; Wom- 
en's Athletic Association. 

DAVID LEE BELEW; Hamilton, Ohio; A.B.; Philosophy; Phi Kappa Tau. 
Secretary, Vice-President; Student Assembly; Class Historian; Back 
drop Club; Student Religious Union; Westminster Fellowship. 

CAROLYN BLACK BELL; Williamsburg; A.B.; Sociology; Pi Beta Phi; 
William and Mary Chorus; Wesley Foundation; Hockey. 



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FREDERICK BELL 



VIRGINIA BELL 



WALLACE BENHAM 



BARBARA ErMNF-IT 



BRADFORLi BESSE 




RICHARD BIGELOW 



RONALD BLANKENSHIP 



ANASTAS BOONARD 



ELIZABETH BOOTH 



lOAN BOOTH 



Top Row: 



Second Row: 



FREDERICK DAWSON BELL, JR.: Bedford. Pennsylvania; A.B.; Business 
Administration: Stgma Pi: Scabbard and Blade; Accounting Club; French 
Club; Wesley Foundation. 



RICHARD ALAN BIGELOW; Maumee. Ohio; A.B.; Economics; Theta 
Delta Chi. Corresponding Secretary; Inler-fralernity Council; Flat Hat; 
Colonial Echo. 



VIRGINIA WATSON BELL: Williamsburg; A.B.; Sociology; Pi Beta Phi; 
Wesley Foundation. Secretary; Hockey. 



RONALD LEONARD BLANKENSHIP; Richmond; B.S.; Mathematics; 
University of Richmond: Kappa Sigma. 



WALLACE ELLIOTT BENHAM, JR.; Norfolk: A.B.; History: Phi Beta 
Kappi 



ANASTAS BOONARD: Asbury Park. New Jersey; B.S.; Physics; 

Lambda Chi Alpha. 



BARBARA JEAN BENNETT; Arlington; A.B.; Sociology; Pi Beta Phi; 
Spanish Club: Psychology Club; Red Cross Unit. 

SUMNER BRADFORD BESSE, JR.: Warwick; B.S.; Physics; Lambda Chi 
Alpha, President; Omicron Delta Kappa; Inter-fralernily Council; Wil- 
liam Mary Choir; Backdrop Club; V\/'estminster Fellowship, President. 



ELIZABETH GRAHAM BOOTH; Sarasota. Florida; A.B.; Jurisprudence; 
Pi Beta Phi; House Committee; Spanish Club; Wythe Law Club; Orch- 
esis, President: Basketball: Tennis; Swimming. 

LAURA JOAN BOOTH; Washington, D.C.; A.B.; Spanish; Pi Beta Phi, 
Recording Secretary; Spanish Club; Red Cross Unit. 







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BARBARA BOWMAN 



WAYNE BOYLE 



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MARGUERITE EOZARTH 



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MILLS BRADSHAW 



NANCY BRENEMAN 



RAYMOND BRIDGERS 



BETTY BRINKLEY 



ALBERT BROMBERG 



Top How: 



Bottom Bow: 



BARBARA JEANNETTE BOWMAN; Douglaston, New York; A.B.: Gov- 
ernmenl; Pi Beta Phi, Vice-President; Pan-Hellenic Council, Secretary; 
House Committee; Flat Hat; International Relations Club; Phi Beta Kappa. 

MILDRED WAYNE BOYLE; Fort Monroe; A.B.; Government; Green- 
brier College; Kansas University; Delta Delta Delta. 

THOMAS LAMONT BOYS; Forest Hills, New York; A.B.; Government; 
Theta Delta Chi; Eta Sigma Phi; Varsity Club; Tennis. 

MARGUERITE MAE BOZARTH: V/illiamsburg; A.B.; Fine Arts; Delta 
Lf Ita Delta; Pan-Hellenic Council; Arts Club, President; Baptist Student 
Union; Women's Monogram Club; Orchesis; Hockey. 

CAROLYN GERTRUDE BRADLEY; Elizabeth City, North Carolina; A.B.; 
Economics; Kappa Alpha Thela, Secretary; Phi Beta Kappa; Pan-Hellenic 
Council, President; General Cooperative Committee; Music Club; Red 
Cross Unit, 



MILLS EDWIN BRADSHAW; Sedley; A.B.; Business Administration; 

Elon College. 

NANCY ELLEN BRENEMAN; York, Pennsylvania; A.B.; Sociology; 
Judicial Council; House President, Ludwell; Backdrop Club; Psychology 
Club; Philosophy Club. 

RAYMOND B. BRIDGERS, JR.; Norfolk; A.B.; Philosophy; Norfolk Divi- 
sion; Kappa Delta Pi; Philosophy Club. 

BETTY OWEN BRINKLEY; Norfolk; A.B.; History; Norfolk Division; Phi 

Mu; Tidewater Alunmi Association. 

ALBERT MARVIN BROMBERG: Jersey City, New Jersey; B.S.; Biology; 

Pi Lambda Phi; Clayton-Grimes Biological Club; Debate Council, Pre- 
Med Club. 



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MARGARET BUNTING 



FREDERIC EURFORD 



JOSEPH BURKE 



ROSALIND BURROUGHS 



CAROLYN BURT 



Top Row: 

BARBARA TABER BROWN; Williamsburg; A.B., Sociology; Gamma 
Phi Beta; Kappa Chi Kappa, Vice President; Backdrop Club; Music 
Club; Spanish Club; Westminister Fellowship. 

EPHRAIM HUNTINGTON BROWN; Mansfield, Ohio; A.B., Economics; 
Pi Lambda Phi. 

PATRICIA MAE BROWN: Charlotte, North Carolina; A.B., Sociology; 
Judicial Council; House President, Ludwell; William and Mary Chorus; 
Dramatic Club; Backdrop Club; Baptist Student Union. 

NANCY JANE BRUMBAUGH; Washington, D.C.; A.B., Sociology; 
Alpha Chi Omega; William and Mary Chorus; Psychology Club; 
Canterbury Club. 

EVELYN ELOISE BRYANT; Williamsburg; B.S., Psychology; Alpha 
Chi Omega; Psychology Ciub. 



Bottom Row: 

MARGARET BEULAH BUNTING; Colonial Heights; A.B., Sociology; 
Pi Beta Phi; Spanish Club; Canterbury Club. 

FREDERIC S. BURFORD, IH; Laurel, Delaware; A.B., History; Philoso- 
phy Club; French Club; International Relations Club; Student Religious 
Union, Treasurer; Canterbury Club, Treasurer. 

JOSEPH MALCOLM BURKE, JR.; Roxboro, North Carolina; A.B., Busi- 
ness Administration; Pi Kappa Alpha, Treasurer. 

ROSALIND LISLE BURROUGHS; Williamsburg; A.B., Government; Phi 

Mu; Flat Hat; Band; International Relations Club; Spanish Club; New- 
man Club; Women's Athletic Association. 

CAROLYN HARGRAVE BURT; Richmond; A.B., Fine Arts; Kappa 
Kappa Gamma; House Committee; William and Mary Chorus; Back- 
drop Club; French Club; Red Cross Unit, Secretary; Pep Club; Arts 
Club; Fencing Club. 







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CONSTANCE CARHART 






GALE CARRITHERS 



MARTHA CASKEY 



BARBARA CASTLE 



ROBERT CATTELL 



WILLIAM CHAMBERS 



Top Row: 

PAUL RICHARD CAHN; Boston, Massachusetts; A.B., Government; 
Norfolk Division; Pi Lambda Phi; Colonial Echo; International Relations 
Club, Co-Chairman: Spanish Club; Wythe Law Club; Balfour-Hillel 
Club. 

VIRGINIA ALICE CAMPBELL; Evanston, Illinois; A.B., English; Kappa 
Kappa Gamma, Secretary; Executive Council, Secretary, Treasurer; 
William and Mary Chorus; Backdrop Club; French Club, Secretary; 
P.ep Club. 

NANCY HARDY GARDEN; Richmond; A.B., Sociology; Kappa Delta, 
President; Pan-Hellenic Council. 

CONSTANCE CARHART; Norfolk; B.S., Mathematics; Alpha Chi Omega, 
Treasurer; Colonial Echo; Clayton-Grimes Biological Club; Tidewater- 
Alumni Association; Swimming Club; Orientation Sponsor. 

CHARLOTTE JEANNE CARMODY; Atlantic Beach, Florida; A.B., Span- 
ish; Pi Beta Phi; Spanish Club; Basketball. 



Bottom Row: 

GALE HEMPHILL CARRITHERS; Alexandria; A.B., EngHsh; Kappa 
Sigma, President; Omicron Delta Kappa, Vice-President; Eta Sigma Phi. 
Vice President; Student Assembly; Inter-fraternity Council; Royalist, 
Associate Editor; Student Religious Union, Secretary. 

MARTHA ELIZABETH CASKEY; Norfolk; A.B., Fine Arts; Norfolk Di- 
vision; Society for the Advancement of Management. 

BARBARA JEAN CASTLE; Falmouth; B.S., Chemistry; Delta Delta 
Delta; Backdrop Club; Student Affiliates of the American Chemical 
Society; Student Religious Union, Secretary; Baptist Student Union. 

ROBERT ARNOLD CATTELL; Washington, D.C.; A.B., Government; 

American University: Phi Kappa Tau: Philosophy Club, President; 
Westminister Fellowship. 

WILLIAM BENJAMIN CHAMBERS, JR.; Lynchburg; B.S., Physical Edu- 
cation; Basketball, Co-Captain; Baseball. 



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NANCY CLEXTON 




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HARDY GOFER 



JAMES COLEY 



SALLY COOK 



JOHN COREY 



DOROTHEA COUTU 



Top Bow: 

ROBERT EDWARD CHANDLER; Ridgefield, New Jersey; A.B., Eco- 
nomics; Phi Kappa Tau; Inter-fraternity Council; Backdrop Club; Red 
Cross Unit; Canterbury Club. 

lAMES STATON CHASE: Chicago, Illinois; A.B., History; Kappa Sigma, 
Vico President; Kappa Delta Pi; Red Cross Unit; Canterbury Club. 

NANCY JOAN CHILD: Portland, Connecticut; A.B., English; Chi Omega, 
Vice President; Mortar Board; Aide to the President; Executive Council, 
Vice President, President; Student Assembly; General Cooperative 
Committee; The Senate; William and Mary Chorus; Backdrop Club; 
Spanish Club; Canterbury Club; Orientation Sponsor; Phi Beta Kappa. 

MARY LOUISE CHRISMAN: Richmond; A.B., Spanish; Richmond Pro- 
fessional Institute; Alpha Chi Omega; Sigma Delta Pi; Spanish Club; 
Canterbury Club. 

NANCY ANNE CLEXTON: Arlington; B.S., Mathematics; William and 
Mary Chorus; Band; Backdrop Club; Pep Club; Bridge Club; Women's 
Athletic Association; Swimming Club. 



Bottom Row: 

HARDY DASHIELLS COFER; Smithfield; A.B., Business Administration; 

Sigma Nu: Baseba!!, Captain; Varsity Club. 

JAMES ALBERT COLEY, JR.: Newport News; B.S., Physical Education; 
Varsity Club; Track. 

SALLY LEE COOK: Roanoke; A.B., English; Madison College; Baptist 

Student Union. 

JOHN LINDER COREY; Alexandria; B.S., Biology; Sigma Nu; Red Cross 
Unit; Baptist Student Union. 

DOROTHEA CAROLINE COUTU: Portsmouth; A.B., EngUsh; Phi Mu, 
Vice President; William and Mary Chorus; Psychology Club; Canter- 
bury Club, Secretary. 







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RICHARr DALLAS 



JOHN DALTON 



JANET DANDRIDGE 



JAMES LiANIEL 



rONALD DARNTON 



Top Row: 

FRANK HOUSTON COWLING: Newport News; A.B., Economics: New- 
port News Apprentice School: Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Canterbury Club; 
Varsity Qub, Vice President; Football; Track. 

CORNELIA ELIZABETH COX: Crewe; A.B., English; Virginia Inter- 
ment; Gamma Phi Beta, Vice President; Music Club. 
MARY LOU CURRY: Holden, West Virginia; B.S., Psychology: Alpha 
Chi Omega; Phi Beta Kappa; Pan-Hellenic Council; House Committee; 
Clayton-Grimes Biological Club; Psychology Club; Spanish Club: Orien- 
tation Sponsor. 

JOSEPH THOMAS CUTLER: Phoebus; A.B., Economics; Phi Kappa Tau; 
Backdrop Club. 

SARAH FRANCES DALE; Free Union; A.B., Fine Arts; TKeta Alpha 
Phi, Secretary, Treasurer; Dramatic Club. President; Backdrop Club; 
Baptist Student Union; Orchesis, Secretary-Treasurer. 

Bottom Row: 

RICHARD BENNETT DALLAS; Springfield, Pennsylvania; B.S. Psychol- 
ogy; Theta Delta Chi, President; Omicron Delta Kappa, President; 



Aide to the President; Inter-Fraternity Council; Flat Hat, News Editor, 
Managing Editor; Band; French Club; Psychology Club, President; 
Canterbury Club. 

JOHN NICHOLS DALTON; Radford; A.B., Jurisprudence; Sigma Alpha 

Epsilon, Treasurer, Secretary: Omicron Delta Kappa; Chief Aide to 
the President; Junior Class, President; President of the Student Body; 
Student Assembly; General Cooperative Committee; Senate; Publica- 
tions Committee. 

JANET LEE DANDRIDGE: Kermit, West Virginia; B.S., Biology; Kappa 
Kappa Gamma; Backdrop Club; Clayton-Grimes Biological Club; Red 

Cross Unit; Wesley Foundation. 

JAMES CLEMENT DANIEL; Arlington; A.B., Economics; Sigma Pi, 
Treasurer; Backdrop Club; Society for the Advancement of Manage- 
ment; Pep Club; Spanish Club; Canterbury Club. 

DONALD CHARLES DARNTON; Detroit, Michigan; A.B., Economics; 
Lambda Chi Alpha; Society for the Advancement of Management; 
Varsity Club; Track; Cross Country. 



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WILLIAM FARLEY 



Top Row: 

BETH ELLIS DAVIS: Richfield Springs, New York; A.B., Government 
Syracuse University; Alpha Chi Omega; William and Mary Chorus; 
Band; Backdrop Club; French Club; International Relations Club, 
Music Club; Westminister Fellowship; Orientation Sponsor. 

EMILY GEDNEY DEVOE; Danville, Pennsylvania; A.B., English; Back- 
drop Club; Spanish Club; Literature Club; Canterbury Club, Secretary. 

VERNON LARRY DIVERS, JR.; Richmond; A.B., English; R.P.I.; De- 
bate Council; International Relations Club; Psychology Club; Canter- 
bury Club. 

ELEANORE JEAN EDENS; Columbia, South Carolina; A.B., English; 
Duke University; Kappa Delta, Secretary; Colonial Echo; Backdrop 
Club; Bridge Club; Westminster Fellowship. 

MAYNARD EHRENWORTH; Norfolk; A.B., Jurisprudence; Norfolk 
Division; Wythe Law Club. 



Bottom Row: 

NANCY ELLIS; Wethersfield, Connecticut; B.S., Psychology; Kappa 

Kappa Gamma, Vice President; Colonial Echo; William and Mary 

Chorus; Dramatic Club; Backdrop Club; Psychology Club, Secretary; 

Fencing Club; Women's Athletic Association. 

DOROTHY CAROLYN ESTES; Mineral; A.B., Fine Arts; Kappa Alpha 

Theta; William and Mary Choir; Women's Monogram Club; Women's 

Athletic Association; Fencing Club. 

NANCY DOLVIN EVANS; Petersburg; A.B., English; Delta Delta Delta; 
Chi Delta Phi, Vice President; Publications Committee; Royalist, Edi- 
tor; William and Mary Chorus; William and Mary Choir; Backdrop 
Club; Philosophy Club. 

MARTIN EDWARD EVERHARD; Arlington; B.S., Chemistry; Lynch- 
burg College; Kappa Alpha; William and Mary Choir; Student Affili- 
ates of the American Chemical Society. 

WILLIAM ARTHUR FARLEY; Upper Montclair, New Jersey; A.B., Fine 
Arts; Lambda Chi Alpha; Theta Alpha Phi, Vice President; Dramatic 
Club, Treasurer. Vice President; Backdrop Club, Director. 







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ALICE FISHER 



■ACO'JEl-IN'E FISHER 




MURRAY FOSTER 



IRIS FRIEDMAN 



JUNE GARRENTON 



VIRGINIA GARY 



JEROME GEIER 



Top Row: 

WILLIAM TEMPLE WITHERS FENNELL; Lightfoot; A.B., Government; 
Theta Delta Chi; Student Assembly; Flat Hat, Circulation Manager; 
Canterbury Club. 

ALICE DARLYN FISHSH; Boone, Iowa; A.B., Government; Kappa Kap- 
pa Gamma, President; Judicial Council; House President, Ludwell; 
Flat Hat; Pep Club, Secretary; Womjen's Athletic Association; Women's 
Moncgram Club; Basketball, Captain; Orientation Sponsor. 

JACQUELINE ANN FISHES; Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; A.B., Spanish; 

Chi Omega; Phi Beta Kappa; Sigma Delta Pi; Majorettes; Backdrop 
Club. 

KATHERINE NOTTINGHAM FOLEY; EastviUe; A.B., Fine Arts; Gamma 

Phi B.elo; Music C!.;: : Pen Club; Arts Club, Secretary; Canterbury 

Club. 

HELEN ELIZABETH FORESTER; Hempstead, New York; B.S., Psychol- 
ogy; Pi Beta Phi, Secretary; Flat Hat, Women's Sports Editor; Colonial 



Echo; Psychology Club; Women's Athletic Association, Secretary; 
Women's Monogram Club; Tennis. 

Bottom Row; 

MURRAY ALDEN FOSTER. JR.; Roanoke: B.S., Physics; Sigma Pi. 
Secretary, President; Omicron Delta Kappa; Inter-fraternity Council, 
Presiden': General Cooperative Committee; Canterbury Club. 

IRIS MAE FRIEDMAN: Portsmouth; A.B., Sociology; Judicial Council- 
House President, Jefferson. 

JUNE LEE GARRENTON; Norfolk; A.B., History; Norfolk Division; 
Kappa Delta; William and Mary Choir; Backdrop Club; Literature 
Club; Canterbury Club. 
VIRGINIA ELIZABETH GARY: Richmond; B.S., Mathematics; Delta 

Delta Delia, Treasurer: House Committee; Colonial Echo; Music Club. 

Secretary: Wesley Foundation; Phi Beta Kappa. 

JEROME FREDERICK GEIER; Idaho Falls, Idaho; A.B., English; Carroll 

College. 



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JANE GUENTHER 



THOMAS GUTHRIE 



KENT HACKLER 



DOROTHY HAGBERG 



Top Row; 



PETER HACK GIBLIN; Detroit, Michigan; A.B., Business Administra- 
t:on; Theta Delta Chi, Treasurer; Flat Hat; Newman Club. 

WILLIAM FRANCIS GOGGIN: Roanoke; A.B., English; Literature Club. 

RICHARD DONALD GONIER; South River, New Jersey; A.B., Busi- 
ness Administration; St. Bonaventure University; Bowling Green State 
University; Sigma Nu, Secretary; Scabbard and Blade; N.ewman Club. 

RAYMOND GRASSI; New York, New York; A.B., Government; Pi 
Lamgda Phi; Inter-fraternity Council. 

ROBERT EDWARD GREEN, JR.; Portsmouth; B.S., Physics; Sigma Nu; 
Baptist Student Union; Varsity Club; Basketball, Manager. 



Bottom Row: 

LEILA NELL GRIFFITH; Port Arthur, Texas; A.B., Sociology; Kappa 
Delta; Kappa Chi Kappa, President; Royalist; Backdrop Club; West- 
minster Fellowship, Secretary; Orchesis, Secretary. 

JANE MARIE GUENTHER; Lynchburg; A.B., Fine Arts; Kappa Delta; 
Backdrop Club; Psychology Club; Arts Club. 

THOMAS NELSON GUTHRIE; Waynesboro; A. B., History; Virginia 
Polytechnic Institute; Pi Kappa Alpha; Scabbard and Blade; French 
Club. 

KENT COREY HACKLER; Monticello, Indiana; A.B., Government; Theta 

Delta Chi; Flat Hat, Head Cartoonist; Colonial Echo, Art Editor; Royalist. 

DOROTHY ANN HAGBERG; Dallas, Texas; A.B., Fine Arts; Delta Delta 
Delta, Corresponding Secretary; Phi Beta Kappa; Colonial Echo; Royal- 
ist, Art Editor; William and Mary Chorus; William and Mary Choir; 
Westminster Fellowship. 







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lANE HALE 



PAMELA HALL 



ROBERT HAMEL 



SALLY HAMMOND 




JOAN HANSEN 



JAMES HARDCASTLE 



JOHN HARLjING 



GERALD HARRIS 



CALVIN HARRIS 



Top Row: 

JULIA BEESON HAGLER; Augusta, Georgia; A.B., History; Pi Beta 

Phi; Ela Sigma Phi; Newman Club. 

JANE NORVELL HALE; Bethesda, Maryland; A.B., History; Alpha Chi 
Omega; Phi Beta Kappa; Chi Delta Phi, Treasurer, President; Flat 
Hat, Feature Editor. Associate Editor; Royalist. 

MARY PAMELA HALL. Scarsdal.e, New York; A.B., Fine Arts; Delta 
Delta Delta; Publications Committee; House Committee; Colonial Echo, 
Business Manager, Editor-in-Chief: Backdrop Club. 

ROBERT SCUDAMORE HAMEL; Point Clear, Alabama; A.B., Economics; 
Kappa Alpha, President; Scabbard and Blade; Inter-fraternity Council- 
Newman Club. 

SALLY MILLICENT HAMMOND: Ramsey, New Jersey; B.S., Psychol- 
ogy; Alpha Chi Omega, Vice President; Aide to the President; Judicial 
Council; House President, Ludwell; Band; Psychology Club; Canter- 
bury Club; Women's Athletic Association, Secretary, President; Bas- 
ketball; Tennis; Orientation Sponsor. 



Bottom Row: 

JOAN DIX HANSEN; Jersey City, New Jersey; A.B., Government; Chi 
Omega: Kappa Chi Kappa; Backdrop Club; Accounting Club; Inter- 
national Relations Club; Spanish Club; Wesley Foundation. 

JAMES EDWARD HARDCASTLE: Norfolk; B.S., Chemistry; Lambda Chi 
Alpha; Backdrop Club; Dramatic Club; Debate Council; Student Affili- 
ates of the American Chemical Society. 

JOHN HOPKINS HARDING, JR.; Lilian; A.B., Government; Kappa Alpha; 

Scabbard and Blade; Pre-Med Club; Wesley Foundation. 

CLAUDE GERALD HARRIS; Portsmouth; A.B., Economics; Sigma Nu, 

Vice President; Baskelball, Co-Captain. 

GEORGE CALVIN HARRIS; Keysville; A.B., Business Administration; 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Scabbard and Blade; Accounting Club. 



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-iATHANAEL HERRESHOFF 



DANELLA HEWITT 



Top Row: 

WILLIAM MADISON HARRIS; Furismouth; B.S., Psychology: Norfolk 
Division; Kappa Alpha, Secretary; Psychology Club, Vice President; 
Westminster Fellowship. 

BERNARD FAULCON HARTWIG; Norfolk; A.B., Economics; Norfolk 
Division: Kappa Alpha. 

RUTH AUDREY HASEMEYER: Williamsburg; A.B., Economics: Pi Beta 
Phi; Majorettes; Westminster Fellowship; Women's Athletic Associa- 
tion; Basketball. 

WILLIAM HARDEN HAYNSWORTH; Danville; A.B., Business Ad- 
ministration: Phi Kappa Tau; Colonial Echo, Photography Editor; Back- 
drop Club: Society for the Advancement of Management. 

ROBERT FREDERICK HEDELT: Pleasantville, New Jersey; A.B., Gov- 
ernment: Kappa Sigma; Aide to the President: General Cooperative 
Committee; Publications Committee; Flat Hat, Managing Editor, Editor- 
in-Chief; Colonial Echo; Spanish Club. 



Bottom Row: 

MARY THOMAS HELFRICH: CatonsviUe, Maryland; A.B., Fine Arts; 
Alpha Chi Omega; Flat Hat; Vi/illiam and Mary Chorus; Backdrop 
Club; Arts Club; Student Religious Union: Canterbury Club. 

BARTON LEE HELLMUTH; Alexandria; A.B., Philosophy; Sigma Pi; 
Eta Sigma Phi: Pep Club, Vice President; Westminster Fellowship, Vice 
President; Varsity Club; Track; Cross Country. 

CYNTHIA ANNE HELMS: Baltimore, Maryland; A.B., Fine Arts: Alpha 
Chi Omega: Theta Alpha Phi; Backdrop Club; Dramatic Club, President; 
Canterbury Club. 

NATHANAEL GREENE HERRESHOFF; Bristol, Rhode Island; A.B., His- 
tory; Debate Council; International Relations Club; Spanish Club; 
Canterbury Club. 

DANELLA MARIE HEWITT; Westfield, New Jersey; A.B., History; Kap- 
pa Alpha Theta, Secretary; Kappa Delta Pi; Backdrop Club; Red Cross 
Unit, President; Newman Club. 







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JACK HILLER 



ANN HINES 



PETER HINO 



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KENNETH HOGGE 



JUDITH HOLLOWELL 



SWANSON HORNSBY 



ELEANOR HUMES 



POSIE HUNDLEY 



Top Row: 

JIMMY WALLACE HILL; Portsmouth; B.S., Chemistry; Norfolk Division; 

Student Atiiliates of the American Chemical Society. 

JACK LEWIS HILLER; Falls Church; A.B., History; Albion College; 
Band: International Relations Club; Westminster Fellowship, President; 
Student Religious Union. 

ANN MARSHALL HINES: Suffolk; A.B., Fine Arts; Kappa Kappa Gam- 
ma; Colonial Echo; Red Cross Unit; Arts Club. 

PETER JOSEPH HINO; Mahoney City, Pennsylvania; A.B., Economics; 
Theta Delta Chi, President; Scabbard and Blade; Student Assembly; 
Sophomore Class, Vice President; Inter-fraternity Council; Flat Hat. 

MONROE RANDALL HOES; Washington, D.C.; B.S., Mathematics; 
Theta Delta Chi; Canterbury Club. 



Bottom Row: 

KENNETH CARLTON HOGGE: Hampton; A.B., Jurisprudence; Belmont 

Abbey Junior Ccllege. 

JUDITH LYNNE HOLLOWELL; Deep Creek; A.B., English; House Com- 
mittee: Backdrop Club; Baptist Student Union; Orchesis. 

CLAUDE SWANSON HORNSBY; Hampton; B.S., Physical Education; 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Inter-fratemity Council; Varsity Club; Football. 

MARY ELEANOR HUMES; Milford, Delaware; A.B., English; Phi Beta 
Kappa: Kappa Delta Pi; House Committee; Colonial Echo; Spanish Club; 
Literature Club. 

POSIE JAMES HUNDLEY; Chatham; A.B., Economics; Phi Kappa Tau; 
Flat Hat: .Accounting Club; Society for the Advancement of Manage- 
ment. 



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STEPHANIE JOHNSON 



Top Row: 



Bottom Row: 



ANNA FORETA INGE: Blaclcstone; A.B., Fine Arts; Alpha Chi Omega; 
Theta Alpha Phi; Baclcdrop Club; Dramatic Club; Spanish Club; Or- 
chesis: Women's Athletic Association; Basketball, Manager. 

MARTIN HAINES IRONS: Yorktown; B.S., Mathjematics; Radio Club, 
President; Spanish Club; Phi Beta Kappa. 

ANNE PAUL IVORY; Skaneateles, New York; A.B., History; Pi Beta 
Phi: Backdirp Clib; Fencing Club; Spanish Club; Canterbury Club. 

CAROLYN ELIZABETH JAMES: Heidelberg, Germany; A.B., Govern- 
ment; Delta Delta Delta; Flat Hat; Clayton-Grimes Biological Club; 
Inljernational Relations Club; Arts Club; Canterbury Club. 

DONALD MAXWELL JEFFREY: Bay Shore, New York; A.B., Economics; 
Phi Kappa Tau; Newman Club; Varsity Club; Baseball. 



ANN JOHNSON; Norfolk; A.B., Sociology; Pi Beta Phi; Kappa Delta 
Pi; Student Assembly; Psychology Club; Tide-water Alumni Associa- 
tion; Spanish Club; Women's Athletic Association. 

ANN REBECCA JOHNSON: Holland; A.B., History; Delta Delta Delta, 
President; Kappa Delta Pi; William and Mary Chorus; William and 
Mary Choir; Backdrop Club; Music Club; Orientation Sponsor. 

JAMES FRANKLIN JOHNSON: Athens, Georgia; A.B., Business Ad- 
ministration: Ncrfo'.k Division: William and Mary Chorus; William and 
Mary Choir. 

MEADE GALER JOHNSON: Norton Heights, Connecticut; A.B., Fine 
Arts; Sigma Pi; Theta Alpha Phi; Flat Hat; Backdrop Club, President; 

Dramatic Club: Canterbury Club. 

STEPHANIE JOHNSON: Oberlin. Ohio; A.B., English; Phi Mu. Treas- 
urer; Phi Beta Kappa; Backdrop Club; Literature Club; Music Club. 







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CAROL KAVANAGH 




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LOIS KENDREW 




ALTON KERSEY 



EMILY KETTERSON 



Top Row: 

WINIFRED NANCY JOHNSON; Bronxville, New York; A.B., Sociology; 
Phi Mu, Vice President; Kappa Delta Pi; Psychology Club; Red Cross 
Unit; Philosophy Club; Canterbury Club. 

MARY NANCY JUNE; Falls Church; A.B., Spanish; Gamma Phi Beta, 
President; Mortar Board, President; Aide to the President; Sudent As- 
sembly; Judicial Council; Pan-Hellenic Council; Flat Hat; Colonial 
Echo; Backdrop Club; Music Club; Spanish Club, President; Student 
Religious Union; Wesley Foundation. 

PATRICIA PATTERSON KAVALJIAN; Alexandria; A.B., French; Alpha 
Chi Omega; Colonial Echo; William and Mary Chorus; William and 
Mary Choir; Backdrop Club; French Club. 

CAROL FRANCES KAVANAGH; Roanoke; A.B., Sociology; Chi Omega; 

Flat Hdl; French Club. 

THOMAS GRAVES KEITHLY; Fort Monroe; A. B., Philosophy; Uni- 
versity of Missouri; Eta Sigma Phi; William and Mary Choir; Backdrop 
Club; Philosophy Club; Canterbury Club. 



Bottom Row: 

JACQUELINE CAMILLE KELLAM; Princess Anne; B.S., Psychology: 
Kappa Kappa Gamma; French Club; Psychology Club; Tide-Water 
Alumni Association; Wesley Foundation; Orientation Sponsor; Phi Beta 
Kappa. 

LOIS ROCKWOOD KENDREW; Williamsburg; A.B., Fine Arts; Pi Beta 
Phi; Arts Club. Secretary; Canterbury Club, Treasurer. 

BRIAN BRENDAN KENT: Norfolk; A.B., History; Norfolk Division; Pi 

Kappa Alpha; Varsity Club; Swimming. 

ALTON SILLS KERSEY; Colonial Heights; B.S., Physical Education; 
Sigma Nu; Varsity Club, Treasurer; Basketball; Baseball, Captain. 

LOIS EMILY KETTERSON; South Orange, New Jersey; B.S., Physics; 

Delta Delta Delta; Phi Beta Kappa; Student Assembly; Flat Hat; Band; 
Red Cross Unit; Canterbury Club; Women's Monogram Club; Wom- 
en's Athletic Association; Swimming, Captain; Orchesis; Orientation 
Sponsor. 



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SAMUEL VICTOR KEYIAN; Binghamton, New York; A.B., Fine Arts; 
Phi Alpha, Vice President; Theta Alpha Phi; Backdrop Club; Dramatic 
Club; Band, Music Club; Westminster Fellowship. 

RAYMOND D. KIMBROUGH: Williamsburg; B.S., Chemistry; Kappa 
Sigma; Tide-water Alumni Association; Student Afiiliates of the Amer- 
ican Chemical Society; Royahst. 

ALFRED NELSON KING; Hampton; A.B., Economics; Sigma Pi; Wil- 
liam and Mary Choir; Backdrop Club; Society for the Advancement of 
Management; Newman Club. 

EUZABETH JEAN KING; Phelps, New York; A.B., Sociology; Chi 
Omega; Kappa Chi Kappa; William and Mary Chorus; Backdrop 
Club; Fencing Club. 

NIXIE MAE KIRCHHOFF; Sanford, Florida; A.B., Sociology; University 
of Florida; Colonial Echo; William and Mary Chorus; Backdrop Club; 
Music Club; Spanish Club; Canterbury Club. 




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ELIZABETH KUSTRUP 



Bottom Row: 

PETER WILLIAM KLINGER; Fort Eustis; A.B., Government; Kappa 

Alpha. 

CAROL JEAN KRAMER; Alexandria; B.S.. Psychology; Kappa Delta; 
Pan-Hellenic Council; Backdrop Club; Psychology Club; Canterbury 
Club. 

JOHN ROBERT KRIS; Brentwood, Long Island, New York; A.B., Gov- 
ernment; Theta Delta Chi; International Relations Club; Psychology 
Club; Canterbury Club: Tennis; Swimming. 

JOHN ARMSTRONG KROG; Ashland, Kentucky; A.B., Business Ad- 
ministration; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Varsity Club; Football. 

ELIZABETH KUSTRUP; Trent, New Jersey; A.B., Fine Arts; Kappa 
Kappa Gamma; Backdrop Club; Pep Club; Newman Club, Secretary, 
President; Orchesis; Swimming Club. 







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MARJORIE LEE 



JAMES LEFT'A'ICH 



JOSEPH LEVY 



Top Row: 

JEAN ADELAIDE LANG; Floral Park, New York; A.B., Spanish; Phi 
Mu, Treasurer.- Sigma Delta Pi, President; Backdrop Club; Music Club; 
Radio Club; W.esley Foundation. 

JEAN MARIE LANG: Rehoboth; A.B., Business Administration; St. 
Mary's Junior College; Kappa Alpha Theta; Pan-Hellenic Council; So- 
ciely for the Advancement of Management, Secretary. 

JAMES EDWARD LAWRENCE; Phoebus; A.B., Jurisprudence; Kappa 
Sigma; Wythe Law Club; Kewman Club. 

RODNEY OWEN LAWRENCE; Warwick; A.B., Government; Lambda 
Chi Alpha; Backdrop Club; International Relations Club; Swimming. 

DONALD QUENTON LAYNE; Richmond: A.B., Economics; Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon; Spanish Club; Varsity Club; Football; Track; Baseball. 



Bottom Row: 

RHEA PRICE LAZARUS; Bowling Green, Kentucky; A.B., Economics; 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Baseball; Basketball. 

CAROL MARIE LEAHEY; Scarsdale, New York; A.B., English; Oberlin; 
Gamma Phi Beta; Chi Delta Phi; Backdrop Club; French Club; Music 
Club; Psychology Club; Pep Club; Wesley Foundation. 

MARJORIE JANE LEE; Atlanta, Georgia; A.B., English; Gamma Phi 
Beta, Treasurer, Secretary; Flat Hal; Royalist; Backdrop Club, Vice 
President; French Club; Music Club, Vice President; Canterbury Club, 
Treasurer. 

JAMES ASBURY LEFTWICH; Bedford; A.B., English; Lambda Chi Alpha; 
W.esley Foundation. 

JOSEPH MARTIN LEVY: Martinsville; A.B., Business Administration; 

Phi Alpha; Flat Hat; Balfour Hillel Club; Football, Manager; Track, 
Manager. 



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Top Row: 

PATRICIA WARING LEWIS; Richmond; A.B., FrencJi; Kappa Alpha 
Theta; Eta Sigma Phi; French Club; Canterbury Club. 

THOMAS MILTON LEWIS: Hampton; A.B., Business Administration; 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon. President; Junior Class, Vice President; Varsity 
Club; Football. 

JOANN LORE; Solomons, Maryland; A.B., Sociology; Chi Omega; 
Colonial Echo; French Club; Red Cross Unit; Spanish Club. 

SHIRLEY LYONS; Dunkirk, Maryland; A.B., History; Chi Omega; 
Women's Honor Council; Colonial Echo; William and Mary Chorus; 
Backdrop Club; Pep Club; Student Religious Union; Women's Athletic 
Association. 

MILTON ELLIOTT MADDOX; Lynchburg; A.B., Economics; Sigma Nu: 
Varsity Club: Football; Basketball. 



Bottom Row: 

lEAN SCOTT MADSEN; Tuckahoe, New York; B.S., Psychology; Alpha 
Chi Omega, Vice President; Mortar Board; Aide to the President; Eta 
Sigma Phi, Vice President; Student Assembly; Women's Honor Coun- 
cil, Secretary, Chairman; General Cooperative Committee; Senate; Wil- 
liam and Mary Chorus; Psychology Club, Treasurer; Orientation Spon- 
sor. 

ROBERT HARRY MAHAFFY; Malverne, New York; A.B., Business Ad- 
ministration; Phi Kappa Tau Secretary; Omicron Del*a Kappa; Student 
Assembly; Colonial Echo, Business Manager; Accounting Club; French 
Club; Society for the Advancement of Management, President. 

JACK DULANEY MANESS; Big Stone Gap; A.B., Jurisprudence. 

DOROTHY CATHERINE MANNING; Highlands, New Jersey; A.B., Eng- 
lish; William and Mary Choir: Band: Backdrop Club; Pep Club: Canter- 
bury Club. 

PETE NICHOLAS MARKOS; Newport News; A.B., Business Adminislra 
tion; Sigma Nu; Basketball. 







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BARBARA MARSLAND 



ALICE MARSTON 



DUDLEY MARTIN 



GEORGE MARTIN 



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JANE MASbLY 



HOWARD McCALLEN 



MARY ELLEN McCLOSKEY 



ELIZABETH .'.!_-l;A.MIEL 



JANET McGOV/AIJ 



Top Ro%v; 

BARBARA JEAN MARSLAND: Guam; A.B., Fine Arts; Norfolk Division: 
Kappa Kappa Gamma, Secretary; Backdrop Club; Dramatic Club; Inter- 
national Relations Club; Music Club; Westminster Fellowship. 
AUCE TWEED MARSTON: Washington, D.C.; A.B., Philosophy; Pi 
Beta Phi, Secretary, President; Phi Beta Kappa; Mortar Board, Treasurer; 
Student Assembly, Secretary; Flat Hat; Colonial Echo, Organizations 
Editor; French Club: Spanish Club: Philosophy Qub. 
DUDLEY JACKSON MARTIN. JR.: Manassas; A.B.. Economics; Phi 
Kappa Tau; Scabbard and Blade, Treasurer; Men's Honor Council; Inter- 
fraternity Council; Society for the Advancement of Management, Treas- 
urer. 

GEORGE WILLIAM MARTIN, JR.: Lynchburg; A.B., Ancient Languages; 
Phi Alpha, Secretary; Eta Sigma Phi, Secretary-Treasurer; French Club; 
Music Club; Newman Club, Treasurer, Vice President. 
WILLIAM RICHARDSON MARTIN: Norfolk; A.B., Fine Arts; Norfolk 
Division; Sigma Pi; Theta Alpha Phi; Backdrop Club; Dramatic Club; 
William and Mary Choir; Tide-water Alumni Association; Baptist Stu- 
dent Union. 



Bottom Row: 

JANE MASSEY: Dover, Delaware; A.B., Jurisprudence; Kappa Delta; 

William and Mary Chorus; Backdrop Club; Dramatic Club; Wythe Law 
Club. 

HOWARD HENRY McCALLEN: Fords, New Jersey; A.B., Government; 

Theta Delta Chi: Backdrop Club; Wesley Foundation; Varsity Club; 

Basketball. 

MARY ELLEN McCLOSKEY: Fairmont, West Virginia; B.S., Mathematics; 
Kappa Alpha Theta; Majorettes; French Club; Music Club; Pep Club. 



St. Augustine, Florida; A.B., English; 
Sigma Phi; Royalist; William and Mary 



JULIA ELIZABETH McDANIEL: 

Pi Beta Phi; Chi Delta Phi: Eta 
Chorus: Backdrop Club. 

JANET VIOLA McGOWAN; Trenton, New Jersey; B.S., Chemistry; Kap- 
pa Delta, Secretary; Colonial Echo; William and Mary Chorus; Student 
Affiliates of the American Chemical Society; Pre-Med Club; Canterbury 
Club; Hockey. 



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EDMUND MIODUSZEWSKI 



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Top Row: 

RICHARD STERLING McKEE; Springfield, Pennsylvania; A.B., Eco- 
nomics; Sigma Pi, Corresponding Secretary; William and Mary Choir, 
Wesley Foundation. 

CHARLES BERNARD McNALLY; Woodstown, New Jersey; A.B., Eco- 
nomics; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Newman Club. 

EMILY JUNE McSWAIN: Richmond; A.B., Spanish; House Committee. 

FLORENCE MAE MENZEL: Englishtown, New Jersey; B.S., Psychology; 
Alpha Chi Omega; William and Mary Chorus; Psychology Club; Canter- 
bury Club; Westminster Fellowship. 

ETHEL MAE MIKULA: Johnstown, Pennsylvania; B.S., Psychology; 
Alpha Chi Omega; House Committee; Psychology Club; Newman Club. 



Bottom Row: 

JESS PECK MILLER, II: Wilmington, Delaware; B.S., Chemistry; Sigma 
Pi; Inler-fralernity Council; Dramatic Club; Student Affiliates of the 
American Chemical Society. 

MARYANN EAST MILLER; Williamsburg; A.B., Fine Arts; Ward-Bel- 
mont; Pi Beta Phi 

RICHARD PHILIP MILLER: Williamsburg; A.B., Economics; Pi Kappa 
Alpha; Scabbard and Blade. 

EDMUND THOMAS MIODUSZEWSKI; Cliffside Park, New Jersey; B.S., 

Psychology; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Psychology Club; Red Cross Unit; 
Varsity Club; Football, Co-Captain; Baseball; Track. 

ICANN AMELIA MITCHELL: Philadelphia; A.B., Sociology; Pi Beta 
Phi;. Kappa Delta Pi; Spanish Club; Psychology Club; Red Cross Unit. 







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LENORE MUNGER 



MARY MURPHY 



EUNICE MYtRS 



Arj.\L NlLSON 



PAUL NICHOLS 



Top Row: 

ROBERT FRANCIS MITCHELL; Washington, D.C.; A.B., History; Sigma 

Alpha Epsiicn: Mcnc^ram Club; Football, Baseball, Golf, Captain. 

CHARLES ROBERT MODYS; Williamsburg; A.B., Economics; Phi Kappa 
Tau, Treasurer; Accounting Club; Society for the Advancement of 
Management; Newman Club. 

DAVID ERWIN MOREWITZ; Newport News; A.B. Business Administra- 
tion; Accounting Club. 

BARBARA JO MOTT; Wynnewood, Pennsylvania; A.B., English; Delta 
Delta Delta; Student Assembly; Junior Class, Secretary-Treasurer; Senior 
Class, Secretary-Treasurer; Judicial Council; Flat Hat; William and Mary 
Chorus; Backdrop Club. 

JOHN HARRIS MONGER; Fairview Park, Ohio; A.B., Philosophy; 
Lambda Chi Alpha; Omicron Delta Kappa; Aide to the President; Stu- 
dent Assembly, Men's Honor Council, Chairman; General Cooperative 
Committee; Senate; Band; Philosophy Club; Varsity Club, Secretary; 
Track; Cross Country. 



Bottom Row: 

LENORE GRANGER MUNGER; Ridley Park, Pennsylvania; A.B., Phi- 
losophy; Delta Delta Delta; Philosophy Club; Canterbury Club; Fencing 
Club; Women's Athletic Association; Hockey, Manager. 

MARY MARGARET MURPHY: Madison, Wisconsin; A.B., History; 
Gamma Phi Beta; Pan-Hellenic Council; William and Mary Chorus; 
Music Club, President; Spanish Club; Wesley Foundation. 

EUNICE HORTON MYERS; Lemoyne, Pennsylvania; A.B., Sociology; 
Chi Omega; Kappa Chi Kappa; Backdrop Club; William and Mary 
Chorus; William and Mary Choir; Canterbury Club; Fencing Club. 

ANNE CARTER NELSON; Blackstone; A.B., French; Mary Washington 
College; Alpha Chi Omega; Pi Delta Phi, President; French Club. Pres- 
ident: Phi Bet- Kapp.'.. 

PAUL FROTHINGHAM NICHOLS; Norwood. Massachusetts; B.S., Phy- 
sics; Phi Beta Kappa; Pep Club; Baptist Student Union. 



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MADGE NOFFSINGER 



EDWARD NOVAK 



MARGUERITE OLDFIELD 



MARTHA PARKER 




SAMUEL PEELE 



ANN PENNELL 



SCOTT PETREQUIN 



MARTHA POINDEXTER 



JULIUS POMS 



Top Row: 

MADGE NOFFSINGER; Fincastle; A.B., History; Delta Delta Delta; Wil- 
liam and Mary Chorus: Backdrop Club; French Club; Psychology Club; 
Orchesis; Fencing Club. 

EDWARD FRANCIS NOVAK; Donora, Pennsylvania; A.B., Economics; 



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MARGUERITE ILLING OLDFIELD: Norfolk: A.B.. French; Delta Delta 
Delta: French Club; Pep Club; Tide-water Alumni Association: Newman 
Club. 

KATHRYN EMILY PALMER; North Plainfield, New Jersey; A.B., Eng- 
lish: New Jersey College for Women; House Committee; Flat Hat; Wil- 
liam and Mary Chorus; Music Club; Phi Beta Kappa. 

MARTHA CAROLINE PARKER; Plymouth, North Carolina; A.B., Soc:ol- 
ogy: Chi Omega, Treasurer: Colonial Echo: French Club; Red Cross 
Unit; Spanish Club, Vice-President; Wesley Foundation, Treasurer. 



Bottom Row: 

SAMUEL CLARKE PEELE; Norfolk: A.B., Economics; Norfolk Division; 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Secretary: Track. 

ANN CAROL PENNELL; Richmond: A.B., Spanish; William and Mary 
Chorus: Music Club: Psychology Club; Bridge Club. 

SCOTT OSBORNE PETREQUIN; Slaker Heights, Ohio; A.B., Philosophy; 
Kappa Sigma, President; Aide to the President; Men's Honor Council: 
Inter-fralernity Council; Royalist; Philosophy Club; Varsity Club. Sec- 
retary: Swimming, Captain. 

MARTHA ANNE POINDEXTER; Frederick Hall; A.B., Philosophy; Chi 
Omega: Philosophy Club; French Club. 

JULIUS POMS; Washington, D.C.; A.B., Economics; Pi Lambda Phi, 
President: Inter-fraternity Council Council: Wythe Law Club; Balfour 
Hillel Club, Vice-President; Varsity Club; Football: Baseball. 







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DAVID POTTS 



lAMES POWELL 



PEGGY PROSSER 



CAROLYN PULLEY 



LAURA RAMSAY 






CLAIRE RANKINE 



ANNIE MAE RECTOR 



DIANE RENNINGER 



ANN hLYNOLDS 



kLooi hjCHARDS 



Top Row: 

JOHN DAVID POTTS; Hampton; A.B., English; Siqma Alpha Epsilon; 
Flat Hai; Cclonial Echo; French Club; Canterbury Club. 

JAMES INGRAM POWELL; Victoris; A.B., Business Administration; 
Sigma Pi, Secretary; Scabbard and Blade; French Club; Debate Council, 
Treasurer; Pep Club; Society for the Advancement of Management; 
Baptist Student Union. 

PEGGY JEAN PROSSER; Lakeland, Florida; B.S., Psychology; Kappa 
Delta; Backdrop Club; Psychology Club. 

CAROLYN PATRICIA PULLEY; Ivor; A.B., Ancient Languages; Eta 
Sigma Phi; Kappa Delta Pi; Judicial Council; House President, Brown; 
William and Mary Chorus; Spanish Club; Baptist Student Union; Wo- 
men's Athletic Association. 

LAURA GILLETT RAMSAY; Richmond; B.S., Mathematics; Kappa Alpha 
Theta, Treasurer, Vice-President; Tau Kappa Alpha; William and Mary 
Chorus; Spanish Club; Canterbury Club; Phi Beta Kappa. 



Bottom Row: 

CLAIRE MARIE RANKINE; Pleasantville, New Jersey; A.B., Business 
Administration; Pi Beta Phi; House Committee; Flat Hat; French Club; 
Spanish Club; Women's Athletic Association. 

ANNIE MAE RECTOR; Saltville; B.S., Psychology; Alpha Chi Omega, 
President; Judicial Council; House President, Ludwell; Band; Backdrop 
Club; Psychology Club. 

DIANE WEED RENNINGER; Allentown, Pennsylvania; A.B., Business 
Administration; Chi Omega; William and Mary Chorus; William and 

Mary Choir; Accounting Club. 

FREDA ANN REYNOLDS; Roanoke; A.B., History; Chi Omega; Flat Hat; 
William and Mary Chorus; Spanish Club; Baptist Student Union. 

PEGGY ANN RICHARDS; Trenton, New Jersey; A.B.. English; Kappa 

Delta Pi; Colonial Echo; William and Mary Chorus; Backdrop Qub; 
Literature Club; Canterbury Club. 






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lUniTH ROBINSON 





CARMEN ROMEO 



MARY ELLEN HOMNEY 



WALTER HOWELL 



NANCY RUTH 



ELIZABETH SACALIS 



Top Row: 

ALLAN CHARLES BARBOUR RICHARDSON: New Canaan, Connecticut; 
B.S., Chemistry; Phi Kappa Tau; William and Mary Choir; Band; Back- 
drop Club; Philosophy Club; Student Affiliates of the American Chem- 
ical Society; Canterbury Club. 

NORMAN KURT RISJORD: Kansas City, Missouri; A.B., History; Pi 
Kappa Alpha, President: Phi Beta Kappa; Omicron Delta Kappa; Varsity 
Club: Swimming. 

DAVID CHARLES RITTENHOUSE: Wilmington, Delaware; A.B., Govern- 
ment: Sigma Pi: William and Mary Chorus; International Relations Club. 
GEORGE MARTIN RITZEL, JR.; Portsmouth; A.B., Economics; St. Helena 
Division; Sigma Nu, Secretary; Flat Hat; Clayton-Grimes Biological Club; 
French Club; Psychology Club; Tide-water Alumni Association; West- 
minster Fellowship. 

JUDITH ANN ROBINSON: Braintree, Massachusetts; B.S., Psychology: 
Kappa Kappa Gamma; Pan-Hellenic Council, Secretary, Vice-President; 
William and Mary Chorus; Backdrop Club; French Club; Psychology 
Club. 



Bottom Row: 

CARMEN JOSEPH ROMEO: Erie, Pennsylvania: A.B., Business Ad- 
ministration; Washington and Jefferson College; Omicron Delta Kappa; 
Aide to the President: Scabbard and Blade, Captain: Student Assembly: 
Senior Class, President; General Cooperative Committee; Senate: Pub- 
lications Committee; William and Mary Choir; Newman Club, President. 
MARY ELLEN ROMNEY; Wyoming, Ohio; B.S., Chemistry: Kappa 
Kappa Gamma; William and Mary Chorus; French Club; Canterbury 
Club: Orientation Sponsor. 

WALTER WALLACE ROWELL, III; Newport News; A.B., Business Ad- 
ministration: Accounting Club; Tide-water Alumni Association; Foot- 
ball, Manager; Basketball, Manager; Baseball, Manager. 
NANCY CATHERINE RUTH: Falls Church: A.B., History; Immaculata 
Junior College: Kappa Chi Kappa; Music Club; Pep Club; Arts Club; 
Newman Club. 

ELIZABETH GILLIAM SACALIS; Williamsburg; A.B., Fine Arts; Gamma 
Phi Beta; Flat Hat; Colonial Echo; Royalist; Arts Club: Women's 
Athletic Association; Basketball, Co-Captain; Tennis; Hockey, Captain; 
Fencing. 







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ELIZABETH SCHAFFER 




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BARBARA SCHWARTZ 



lERALINE SEELINGER 



ALLAN SEIF 



lAMES S£U 



JAMES SHATYNSKl 



Top Row: 

CHARLES EUGENE SAUNDERS; Kenbridge; A.B., History; Phi Kappa 
Tau; Spanish Club; Wesley Foundation. 

PHYLLIS DRUMMOND SCHAFFER; Salem; B.S., Psychology; Kappa 

Delta, Secretary, Ti(-risurer; Psychology Club; Women's Athletic Asso- 
ciation. 

SARAH ELIZABETH SCHAFFER; Hampton; A.B., Fine Arts; Pi Beta 
Phi; Psychology Club; Arts Club; Canterbury Club; Orchesis. 

ROBERT WARNER SCHAUF; Garden City, New York; A.B., Govern- 

ment; Theta Delta Chi; Freshman Class, President; Sophomore Class, 
President; General Cooperative Committee; Senate; Canterbury Club. 

NONA ANN SCHULSE; Hendersonville, North Carolina; B.S., Psychol- 
ogy; Phi Mu, President; Pan-Hellenic Council, Treasurer; William and 
Mary Chorus; William and Mary Choir; Backdrop Club; Psychology 
Club; Spanish Club. 



Bottom Row; 

BARBARA RUTH SCHWARTZ; Cold Spring, Kentucky; A.B., Sociology; 
Kappa Kappa Gamma; Mortar Board, Secretary, Historian; Kappa Delta 
Pi; Student Assembly; Colonial Echo, Make-up Editor, Associate 
Editor: William and Mary Chorus: Backdrop Club; French Club; Canter- 
bury Club. 

JERALINE CORRINE SEELINGER; Norfolk; B.S., Biology; Norfolk Divi- 
sion; Kappa Delta Pi, Vice-President; Clayton-Grimes Biological Club, 
Secretary; Psychology Club; Tide-water Alumni Association; Newman 
Club; Phi Beta Kappa, 

ALLAN MARTIN SEIF; Brooklyn, New York; A.B., Business Administra- 
tion; Pi Lambda Phi, Treasurer; Phi Beta Kappa; Tau Kappa Alpha; Wil- 
liam and Mary Chorus; Backdrop Club; Accounting Club; Debate Coun- 
r\\ Tr'"asLirPr. 

JAMES JOHN SEU; Bristol, Connecticut; A.B., Economics; Sigma Nu. 
JAMES SHATYNSKl: Johnstown, Pennsylvania; A.B., Business Admin- 
istration; Kappa Sigma, Treasurer; Scabbard and Blade; Senior Class, 
Vice-President; Accounting Club, President; Newman Club; Varsity 
Club, Presidjent; Football. 



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BEVERLY SIMONTON 



GERALD SIMPSON 








ANN SMITH 



BARBARA SMITH 



FRED SMITH 



MONTINE SMITH 



PATRICIA SMITH 



Top Row: 

KATHERINE SHAWER; Ashland; A.B., Sociology; Kappa Delta; Theta 
Alpha Phi; Kappa Chi Kappa, Secretary-Treasurer; Backdrop Club; 
Dramatic Club; Red Cross Unit; Pep Club. 

BETTY EGGLESTON SHEPPARD: Williamsburg; A.B., Sociology; Mary 
V/ashington College; Chi Omega; William and Mary Chorus; Backdrop 
Club; Dramatic Club; Baptist Student Union. 

BEVERLY BEECH SIMONTON; York, Pennsylvania; A.B., English; Delta 
Delta Delta; Mortar Board, Vice-Presidsnt; Aide to the President; Stu- 
dent Assembly; Women's Judicial Council, Secretary, Chairman; Gen- 
eral Cooperative Committee; Senate; William and Mary Choir; French 
Club; Orientation Sponsor; Phi Beta Kappa. 

GERALD RICHARD SIMPSON; Merchantville, Nev^ Jersey; A.B., Busi- 
ness Adminislranon: Lambda Chi Alpha. 

KATHERINE JANE SIMPSON; Roanoke; A.B., Fine Arts; Kappa Delta; 
Wesley Foundation. 



Bottom Row: 

ANN FLETCHER SMITH; Norfolk; B.S., Chemistry; Norfolk Division; 
Tide-wrater Alumni Association; Student Affiliates of the American 
Chemical Society; Newman Club; Orientation Sponsor. 

BARBARA ELIZABETH SMITH; Fort Monroe; A.B., History; Kappa Alpfia 

Theta, President; Red Cross Unit; Newman Club; Orientation Sponsor. 

FRED SPENCER SMITH; Lawrenceville. New Jersey; A.B., Sociology; 
Lambda Chi Alpha; Spanish Club; Bridge Club, 

MURIEL MONTINE SMITH; Falls Church; B.S., Psychology; Alpha Chi 
Omega; Flat Hat; Psychology Club; Canterbury Club; Women's Athletic 
Association: House Committee. 

PATRICIA SMITH; Arlington; A.B., French; Chi Omega; William and 
Mary Chorus; Backdrop Club; French Club; Pep Club; Canterbury 
Club; Swimming. 







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REBECCA SMITH 



SHIRLEY SMITH 



l.'A - -."YDER 



GEORGE SOUTHWELL 



MARY SPEIGHT 




LEO SPENCER 



MARY SPOTTS 



JOHN STABILE 



JACK STEINGER 



JOANNE STENGEL 



Top Row?: 

REBECCA KERN SMITH: Richmond; A.B., French; Kappa Alpha Theta; 

French Club. 

SHIRLEY MILLER SMITH; AUentown, Pennsylvania; B.S., Mathematics; 

Chi Omeaa; ;v:usi-; Club. 

MARILYN VIRGINIA SNYDER; Hazleton, Pennsylvania; A.B., Business 
Administration; Backdrop Club; Music Club; Radio Club; Literature 
Club: Canterbury Club. 

GEORGE EDWARD SOUTHWELL: Hamburg, New York; A.B., Business 
Aaministration; Lambda Chi Alpha; Flat Hat; Newman Club; Varsity 
Club; Track; Cross Country. 

MARY RUTH SPEIGHT: Richmond; B.S., Psychology; Kappa Chi Kappa; 
Colonial Echo; William and Mary Chorus; Psychology Club; Canter- 
bury Club; Women's Athletic Association; Swimming; Hockey. 



Bottom Row: 

LEO EDWARD SPENCER: Clark's Summit, Pennsylvania; B.S., Biology; 
Student Aiiiliates of the American Chemical Society; Clayton-Grimes 
Biological Club, Secretary-Treasurer; Newman Club; Varsity Club, Treas- 
urer: Track: Cross Country, Co-Captain. 

MARY DONALD SPOTTS; Salem; A.B., Sociology; Alpha Chi Omega, 
Vice-President; Flat Hat, Advertising Manager; Westminster Fellow- 
ship. 

JOHN THOMAS STABILE: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; B.S., Psychology; 

.iCappa Alpha: Psychology Club; Newman Club. 

JACK STEINGER; Brooklyn, New York; A.B., Government; Phi Kappa 
Tau, President; Scabbard and Blade; French Club; International Rela- 
tionii Club; Spanish Club, Vice-President, President; Philosophy Club. 

JOANNE STENGEL; Garden City, New York; A.B., Philosophy; Delta 
Delta Delta, Vice-President; Philosophy Club; Red Cross Unit; West- 
minster Fellowship. 



Peek-a-boo, I see you! 






DWIGHT TAYLOR 



lOAN THOVTP"': 






SUZANNE TRIMBLE 



CHARLES TURNER 



ROBERT TURVENE 



GEORGE VAKOS 



TONY VUJEVICH 



Top Row: 



Bottom Row: 



LAURANCE EVERETT STEWART; Dallon, Massachusetts; A.B., Eco- 
nomics; Pi Kappa Alpha; Society for the Advancement of Management. 

MARY KATHERINE SUMWALT; Norfolk; B.S., Psychology; Norfolk 
Division: Kappa Chi Kappa; International Relations Club; Psychology 
Club; Canterbury Club. 

DWIGHT LAWRENCE TAYLOR: Momence, Illinois; A.B., Business Ad- 
ministration; Theta Delta Chi; Men's Honor Council; Student Religious 
Union, Treasurer; Baptist Student Union, Vice-President. 

JOAN THOMPSON; Charlottesville; A.B., Sociology; Gamma Phi Beta; 
William and Mary Chorus; Backdrop Club; French Club; Music Club: 
V/estminster Fellowship. 

ROBERT HUGH THURSTON; Fredericksburg; A.B., Jurisprudence; Pi 
Kappa Alpha. 



SUZANNE SARA TRIMBLE; Arlington; A.B., Fine Arts; Pi Beta Phi; 

Backdrop Club; Arts Club: Canterbury Club, 

CHARLES EDWARD TURNER; Smithfield; A.B., Economics; Sigma Nu. 



ROBERT EDWARD TURVENE; Williamsburg: A.B., Government: Kappa 
Sigma: International Relations Club; Philosophy Club; Royalist; Phi 
Beta Kappa. 

GEORGE WILLIAM VAKOS; Virginia Beach; A.B., Business Administra- 
tion; Norfolk Division; Kappa Alpha, Treasurer; Accounting Club. 

EDWARD TONY VUJEVICH; Clairlon, Pennsylvania; A.B., Mathematics; 
Sigma Nu; Scabbard and Blade; Varsity Club; Football: Track. 







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SARA WAr-HTMAN 



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CAROL WARRINGTON 




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HENRY WILDE 



ELAINE WILLIAMS 



HARRIET WILLIMON 



CHARLES W1U.INGHAM 



Top Row: 

ARNOLD RUBIN WACHSMAN; Brooklyn, New York; A.B., Business 

Administration: Pi Lambda Phi; Backdrop Club; Radio Club, President. 

SARA MOORE WACHTMAN; Conway, South Carolina; A.B., English 

Alpha Chi Omega, Secretary: Kappa Delta Pi; Flat Hat, Feature Editor 

Royalist; William and Mary Chorus: French Club: Psychology Club 

Wesley Foundation; Orientation Sponsor. 

GEORGE WILLIAM WALTER; Exmore: A.B., Economics; Phi Kappa 

Tau. 

CAROL LOUISE WARRINGTON; Arlington: A.B., History: Gamma Phi 

Beta: Band: Backdrop Ciu.b: Music Club; Canterbury Club; Orientation 

Sponsor. 

TERRY HOUSTON WHITE; Dare; B.S.. Psychology; Norfolk Division; 

Pi Kappa Alpha; Psychology Club. 

Bottom Row: 

lEAN ELIZABETH WIDENER; Norfolk; A.B., Fine Arts; Norfolk Division 

HENRY DAYTON WILDE; Houston, Texas; B.S., Chemistry; Kappa 



Sigma, Vice-President; Omicron Delta Kappa; Vice-President of the 
Student Body; Student Assembly; Genera! Cooperative Committee; 
Senate, President; Colonial Echo, Photography Editor; William and 
Mary Choir; Backdrop Club; Pred-Med Club; Student Affiliates of the 
American Chemical Society: Pep Club; Westminster Fellowship, Vice- 
President; Cheerleader: Swimming: Varsity Club. 

MARTHA ELAINE WILLIAMS: Bala Cynwyd, Pennsylvania; B.S., Chem- 
istry; Phi Beta Kappa; Royalist: William and Mary Chorus: Music Club; 
Student Affiliates of the American Chemical Society; Philosophy Club; 
Bridge Club; Westminster Fellowship. 

HARRIET ANN WILLIMON; Greenville, South Carolina; A.B., Fine Arts; 
Delta Delta Delta; Theta Alpha Phi, President; Backdrop Club; Dramatic 
Club; Debate Council: Arts Qub; Westminster Fellowship: Fencing 
Club: Orientation Sponsor; Phi Beta Kappa. 

CHARLES HAROLD WILLINGHAM; Tyler, Texas; B.S., Chemistry; 
Kemper Military School; Kappa Sigma: Scabbard and Blade; Clayton- 
Grimes Biological Club: Pre-Med Club; Psychology Club; Pep Club, 
President; Student Affihates of the American Chemical Society; Wesley 
Foundation; Head Cheerleader. 



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PATRICK WRIGHT 



CAROLINE YOUNG 



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NANCY YOWELL 



BETTYE ZEPHT 



Top Row: 

lULIA WILKINS WILUS; Bayside, New York; A.B., Jurisprudence; 
ludicia! Council; House President, Chandler; Flat Hat; Internationa! 
Relations Club. Secretary; Wythe Law Club; Hockey. 
WALLACE COOK WILSEY; Rockville Centre, New York; A.B., Business 
Administration; Phi Kappa Tau; Scabbard and Blade; Flat Hat; Col- 
onial Echo; Royalist; William and Mary Chorus; Accounting Club; 
French Club; International Relations Club: Arts Club, Treasurer; Society 
for the Advancement of Management, Vice-President. 
BARRY PRESTON WILSON; Lansdowne, Pennsylvania; A.B., English: 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Theta Alpha Phi: Flat Hat; Royalist; William and 
Mary Choir: Backdrop Club; Dramatic Club. 

PHYLLIS ANNE WILSON: Princess Anne; A.B., Sociology: Alpha Chi 
Omega; French Club: Tide-water Alumni Association; Wesley Founda- 
tion. 

JACK WILBUR WOLF; Omaha, Nebraska; A.B., Business Administra- 
tion; Pi Kappa Alpha, Treasurer; Dramatic Club; Backdrop Club; Clay- 
ton-Grimes Biological Club: Society for the Advancement of Manage- 
ment; Student Religious Union; Track. 



Bottom Row: 

DONALD PHILLIP WOULFE; River Forest, Illinois; A.B., Business Ad- 
ministration: Theta Delta Chi, Recording Secretary; International Rela- 
tions Club; Red Cross Unit; Newman Club; Swimming. 

PATRICK RAY WRIGHT: Noifolk; B.S., Biology; Norfolk Division; Wes- 
ley Foundation. 

CAROLINE MACDONALD YOUNG; Vero Beach, Florida; A.B., Philos- 
ophy: Delta Delta Delta, Secretary; Band; Majorettes; Philosophy Club, 
Secretary; Wesley Foundation: Swimming Club, Secretary. 

NANCY CAROLINE YOWELL; Peola Mills; A.B., Business Administra- 
tion: Kappa Delta: Flat Hat; Accounting Club, Secretary; Spanish Club; 
Women's Athletic Association: Phi Beta Kappa. 

BETTYE BOWERMAN ZEPHT: Baltimore, Maryland; A.B., Sociology; 
Kappa Kappa Gamma, Treasurer; House Committee; Flat Hat, Make-Up 
Editor; William and Mary Chorus; William and Mary Choir; Backdrop 
Club; French Club; Canterbury Qub. 




SENIORS 



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JAMES CARTER 





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JEFFERSON DAViS 



JOSEPH DUNN 



THOMAS DUVAL 



WILLIAM FORBES 



CHANNING HALL, JR. DIKRAN KAVALJIAN, JR. 



Top Row; 

FRED SEAMAN RJXEU. JR.; Elizabefhlown, Kentucky; M.A., Ed- 
ucation; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 

THOMAS WINFIELD ATHEY; Manassas: B.C.L., Jurisprudence; Phi 
Kappa Tau. 

ROBERT SCOTT BATCHFELDER; Norfolk; B.C.L., Jurisprudence; 
Lambda Chi Alpha. 

STANLEY GATEWOOD BRYAN; Norfolk; B.C.L., Jurisprudence; 
Sigma Nu. 

JACK RICHARD BUCHHEIT; Williamsburg; B.C.L., Jurisprudence; 
Pi Lambda Phi. 



Bottom Row: 



JEFFERSON DAVIS; South Norfolk; B.C.L., Jurisprudence; Sigma Pi. 



JOSEPH EDWARD DUNN; Portsmouth; M.A., Taxation. 



THOMAS TODD DUVAL; Gloucester; B.C.L., Jurisprudence; Pi 
Lambda Phi. 



WILLIAM LEE FORBES; South Norfolk; B.C.L., Jurisprudence; Sigma 

Pi. 



CHANNING MOORE HALL. JR.: Williamsburg; B.C.L., Jurispru- 
dence; Kappa Alpha. 



JAMES DAVID CARTER; Williamsburg; B.C.L., Jurisprudence; Pi DIKRAN VAHAN KAVALJIAN. JR.; Alexandria; B.C.L., Jurispru- 

Kappa Alpha. dence; Pi Kappa Alpha. 




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ROBERT MELLON 



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MMETT SHUFFLEBARGER ROBERT STEWART 



JAMES WESSON, JR. 



;^^S:.!AN WILSON 



MELVILLE WINDLE 



Top Row: 



Bottom Row; 



DONALD ALFRED LAWRENCE; Hilton Village; B.C.L., Jurispru- EMMETT GARNETT SHUFFLEBARGER: Bluefield; M.A., History. 

dence; Phi Alpha. 



EDWARD CHRISTIAN LOUGHEAD; Portsmouth; B.C.L., Jurispru- 
dence. 



ROBERT EDWARD MELLON: Waterbury, Connecticut; B.C.L., Juris- 
prudence. 



NANCY COLEMAN MESSICK; Williamsburg; B.C.L., Jurisprudence; 
Kappa Kappa Gamma. 



WILLIAM MELANCTHON NIXON; Princess Anne County; B.C.L., 
Jurisprudence; Pi Kappa Alpha. 



EDWIN HAMMOND PIERCE, JR.; Alexandria; B.C.L.. Jurisprudence; 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 



ROBERT WRIGHT STEWART; Norfolk; B.C.L., Jurisprudence; Kappa 
Sigma. 



JILL TESTER; Brighton, England; M.A., Economics; Alpha Chi 
Omega. 



JAMES HAMPTON WESSON. JR.; Suffolk; B.C.L., Jurisprudence; 

Sigma Pi. 



HILLSMAN VAUGHAN WILSON; Crewe; B.C.L, Jurisprudence; 
Sigma Nu. 



MELVILLE POPE WINDLE; Newport News; B.C.L., Jurisprudence. 




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Top Row: 

MARY MARGARET ANDERSON; Arlington; Chemistry; Gamma Phi Beta. 
ANN MONROE ANGLE; Rocky Mount; Psychology; Pi Beta Phi. 
CAROLYN VIRGINIA ASH; Petersburg; Fine Arts; Kappa Kappa Gamma. 
PETER STEWART AUSTIN; Morristown, New Jersey; Business Adminis- 
tration: Phi Kdtipa Tail. 

JAMES RAYNOR BARHAM, JR.; Marion, South Carolina; Biology, Sigma 
Pi. 

BARBARA LEE BARKER; Norfolk; F,rench; Pi Beta Phi. 
BEVERLY FRANCIS BARNES; Roanoke; History; Pi Beta Phi. 



Bottom Row: 

GEORGE PARKER BARNES, III; Parksley; Biology. 

WILLIAM CAROL BASKETT; Richmond; Jurisprudence; Lambda Chi 
Alpha. 

MARIORIE FAY BEAM; Marion. North Carolina; Business Administration, 
ANDREW BECOUVARAKIS; Hampton; Government. 
DARLENE ESTELLE BELL; Norfolk; Psychology. 

DAVID EUGENE BERRY; Norfolk; Business Administration; Kappa Alpha, 
DONALD JOHN BERRYMAN; Brooklyn, New York; Economics; Phi Kap- 
pa Tau. 



A. Becouvarakis 



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D. E. Bell 



D. E. Berry 



Top Row: 

ALEXANDRA BETTIGER; New York, New York; Fine Arts; Kappa 

Alpha Theta. 

WILLIAM DODD BICKLER, II; Bloomlield, New Jersey; Business Admin- 
istration; Phi Kappa Tau. 

MARY KATHERINE BINNS; Richmond; Fine Arts; Kappa Alpha Theta. 

JAY SPENCER BIRNBRAUER; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Psychology; 

Siqma Pi. 

JOEL JAMIE BLENDEN; Bradley Beach, New Jersey; Business Adminis- 
tration; Pi Lambda Phi. 



Bottom Row: 

BETTE JANET BODLEY; Bethesda, Maryland; Business Administration; 
Pi Beta Phi. 

HOWARD H. BOLLERMAN, JR.; Dumont, New Jersey; Physical Education. 
HORACE ROY BOURNE, JR.; Richmond; History; Lambda Chi Alpha. 
NANCY McDonald BRINDEL; Roanoke; Sociology; Alpha Chi Omega. 
MARY LEWIS BROWN: Williamsburg; History; Pi Beta Phi. 



A. Bettiger 



W. D. Bickler 



M, K Binns 



J. S, Birnbrauer 



J. J. Blenden 



Did you go to convocation? You did! Why did you? 




B. J. Bodley H. H. Bollerman, Jr. H. R. Bourne, Jr. 



82 



B. L. Buchanan 



C. J. Butters 








I'l'^e £ Fume I^anisvr ot Cullur.e 



A. D. Canfield 



N. R. Carb 



J, ^ariECIl 



M. L, Carr 



ABOVE 

Top Row: 

PHILIP THOMAS BROWN; Westfield, New Jersey; History; Pi Kappa 

Alpha. 

BEVERLY L. BUCHANAN; Norfolk; Sociology; Gamma Phi Beta. 

CAROL JEAN BUTTERS; Normandy, lilissouri; Fine Arts; Kappa Delia. 

DANIEL PHILIP CALABRESE; Bridgelon, New Jersey; Economics; Lambda 

Chi Alpha. 

ANN FRANCES CALLAHAN; Fredericksburg; Mathematics; Alpha Chi 

Omega. 



Bottom Row: 

ALAN DAYTON CANFIELD; Ealontown, New Jersey; Economics; Sigma 

Nu. 

NATHAN ROBERT GARB, JR.; Brooklyn, New York; English; Phi Alpha. 

DOROTHY JEAN CARLSON; Arlington; Government; Delta Delta Delta. 

MARILYN LOUISE CARR; Portsmouth; History; Alpha Chi Omega. 

HARRY SWENTZEL CARVER; Arlington; Economics; Kappa Alpha. 



H. B. Chase J. M. Christoiferson M. E. Collins D. E, Conners 



BELOW 

Top Row: 

HENRI BERTRAM CHASE. Ill; Kilmarnock; Physical Education; Kappa 
Alpha. 

JOHN MOUNS CHRISTOFFERSON; Oak Park, Illinois; Chemistry; Pi 
Kappa Alpha, 

MARY EL! EN COLLINS; Hampton; Mathematics. 

DUDLEY EDWARD CONNERS; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Business Ad- 
mintslration; Phi Kappa Tau. 

CHARLES WATSON COPELAND; Hampton; Business Administration; 
Sigma Nu. 

CHARLES HARRY CORNELL; New Rochelle, New York; Business Ad- 
ministration: Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 

CHARLES LEONARD COTTRELL; Lawrenceville, New Jersey; Economics; 
Phi Kappa Tau. 

Bottom Row: 

ELEANOR BARBARA CROSSET; Swarthmore, Pennsylvania; Sociology; 

Kappa Alpha Theta. 

BARBARA JANE CROVO; Eethesda, Maryland; Sociology; Delta Delta 

Delta. 

MADGE CHARLTON CUSHING; Roanoke; History; Kappa Alpha Theta. 

MILDRED ANN DAVIS; Petersburg; Psychology; Pi Beta Phi. 

WITHERS DAVIS; Richmond; Sociology; Pi Beta Phi. 

SHEILA SHELDON DAY; Rockville Centre. New York; English; Chi 

Omega. 

HARRY AUGUSTUS DE WALT; Pottstown, Pennsylvania; Government; 

Pi Kappa Alpha. 



C. W. Copeland C. H. Cornell 



C. L. Cottrell 





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E. B. Crosset 



B. I. Crovo 



M. C. Cushinq 



M. A. Davis 



W. Davis 



S. S. Day 



H. A. DeWalt 



JUNIORS 



n, ^. udrver 



L. A. Dixon, Jr. 



N. A. Dixon 



R. R. Eisner 




I. A. Ero 



I. M. Evans 



H. J. Eversole 



I, E. Farinholt 



J. E. Ferrell A. F. Fichtenger 



R. P. Fowler 



ABOVE 
Top Row: 

LEWIS ALLEN DIXON, IR.; Norfolk; Accounting; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 
NANCY ANN DIXON; Norfolk; Business Administration; Pi Beta Phi. 
JAMES BRYER DUFF, JR.; Hamden, Connecticut; Business Administra- 
tion; Pi Kaf;'pa Alpha. 

MARY CARLOTTA DUNCAN; Norfolk; Fine Arts; Delta Delta Delta. 
DAVID BERTRAM DUNKLE; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Chemistry; 
Siqma Fi 

PAUL ESCH DUVALL; Arlington; Economics; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 
RONALD RICHARD EISNER: Brooklyn, 'New York; Chemistry; Pi Lambda 
Phi. 

Bottom Row; 

JOAN ANTONIA ERO; Norfolk; Spanish; Gamma Phi Beta. 

lAMES MONTGOMERY EVANS; Germantown, Tennessee; Psychology. 

HARRIET JOANNE EVERSOLE; Mamaroneck, New York; Fine Arts; Phi 

Mu 

JOAN ELIZABETH FARINHOLT; Arlington; Government; Kappa Delta. 

JANICE EILEEN FERRELL; Clarksburg, West Virginia; Government; Kap- 

fA Kappd Ganiiiid. 

ANN FRANKLIN FICHTENGER; Roanoke; Psychology; Pi Beta Phi. 

RICHARD PAUL FOWLER; Philadelphia. Pennsylvania; Fine Arts; Kappa 



BELOW 

Top Row: 

MARY ELIZABETH FRALIN; Roanoke; Sociology; Kappa Delta. 

DOROTHY ELIZABETH FRANKLIN; Alexandria; Fine Arts; Phi Mu. 

JOAN FRANCES FRENCH; Washington, D.C.; Psychology; Kappa Kappa 

Gamma. 

CHARLOTTE ANN FREY; Alexandria; History. 

SHIRLEY GEDDES; Newton, Massachusetts; Mathematics; Gamma Phi 
Beta. 



Bottom Row; 

MARGARET CHARLOTTE GERKEN; Loveltsville; History; Phi Mu. 
ALICE LOUISE GIDEN; New York, New York; Psychology. 
RUSSELL AUBREY GILLS, JR.; Richmond; Economics; Kappa Sigma. 
EDGAR JOEL GLADSTONE: Portsmouth; Physics; Pi Lambda Phi. 
GERALD CHARLES GORDON; Roanoke; Government; Phi Alpha. 



M. E. Frali; 






D. E. Frankli: 



I, F Fp-Tich 



C. A. Frey 



S. Geddes 



Drav/ two! 



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HnHHk JH. 




A. L. Giden 



R. A. Gills, Ir. E. J. Gladstone G. C. Gordon 



84 



J. D. Grar.; 



berger P. P. Griffin 



V/, R, Griffin R. W. Groett_. 




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Hungary tonight? 



A, I. Gross 



W. E, Guess 



C. M. Guthrie S. A. Haabestad 



M. B. Hall 



ABOVE 

Top Row: 

JAMES DENEALE GRANT; Arlington; Chemistry; Sigma Pi. 

SARA JANE GREENBERGER; Morristown. New Jersey; Psychology; Alpha 
Chi Omega. 

PETER PHILIP GRIFFIN; Lock Haven, Pennsylvania; Chemistry; Phi 

Kappa Tau. 

WILLIAM RAPHAEL GRIFFIN: Orangeburg, South Carolina; Economics; 

Pi Kappa Alpha. 

RODGER WILLIAM GROETTUM; Arlington; Business Administration; 

Sigma Nu. 



Bottom Row: 

ALFRED JAMES GROSS: Richmond; Chemistry; Pi Lambda Phi. 

WALTER EUGENE GUESS; Alexandria; Business Administration; Sigma 

Alpha E}isilcn. 

CONRAD MAYO GUTHRIE: Waynesboro; Mathematics: Pi Kappa Alpha. 

SHIRLEY ANNE HAABESTAD; Drexel Hill, Pennsylvania; Mathematics; 

Alpha Chi Omeari, 

MARGARET BOWDOIN HALL; Richmond; English. 



T. H. Hamilton K. L. Hancock B. E. Hathaway G. B. Haycox 



BELOW 

Top Row: 

THOMAS HOWARD HAMILTON; Williamson. West Virginia; Economics. 

KATHERINE LANIER HANCOCK; Union, West Virginia; Government; 

Kappa Alpha Theta. 

BRUCE EDWARD HATHAWAY; Norfolk; Business Administration; Kappa 

Alpha. 

GEORGE BANKS HAYCOX: Norfolk; Economics: Kappa Alpha. 

GEORGE DOYLE HEATH: Norfolk: Philosophy. 

JAMES R. HEATHERINGTON. JR.: Norfolk; Business Administration; 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 

SHEILA HEBRONY; Portsmouth; Sociology. 

Bottom Row; 

DAVID MARTIN HEINRICH; Brooklyn, New York; Chemistry. 

CHARLOTTE LOUISE HENDERSON; Alexandria; Mathematics; Chi Omega. 

BETTY BONES HENLEY; Tappahannock; Sociology; Kappa Delta. 

RENE ARTHUR HENRY, JR.: Virg.nia Beach; Economics; Sigma Nu. 

WALTER WEAVER HERKNESS, II; Philadelphia. Pennsylvania; Biology: 

KapP'o Srjma. 

PAUL KEVIN HICKEY: New Nork, New York; History; Phi Kappa Tau. 

WILLIAM DONALD HILLIARD; Apollo, Pennsylvania; Psychology; Sigma 

Nu. 



G. D. Heath I. R. Heatherington, Jr. S. Hebrony 










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D. M. Heinrich C. L. Henderson B. B. Henley 



R. A. Henry, Jr. W. W. Herknoss 



P. K. Hickey W. D. Milliard 



JUNIORS 



L. Q. Hines 



M. L. Mines C. V. Hcllcman B. J. Holman 



J. R. Holmes A. D. Howard S. W. Humphreys 




T. N. Huniucuti 




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'T^^'d^ , ^ 



L. W, Hurley 



S. I. Hurst 



M. A. Ives 



A. D. Iv 



J. E. Jay 



ABOVE 

Top Row: 

LLOYD QUINBY HINES; Suffolk; Business Administration; Sigma Alpha 

Epsilon. 

MILBURN LINWOOD HINES; South Norfolk; Business Administration; 

Siqma Pi. 

OTTIS VANCE HOLLOMAN; South Norfolk; Psychology. 

BONNIE JEANNE HOLMAN; Alexandria; Business Administration; Phi 

Mu 

JULIE RUTLEDGE HOLMES; Richmond; Government; Alpha Chi Omega. 

ANNE DUDLEY HOWARD; Arlington; Sociology. 

STANLEY W. HUMPHREYS; Norfolk; Business Administration. 



BELOW 

Top Row: 

HERNDON JENKINS; Yorktown; Chemistry; Kappa Sigma. 

BEVERLEY GREY JEWETT; Richmond; History. 

SUZANNE ELIZABETH JOERNDT; Cranford, New Jersey; Fine Arts; Kappa 

E'elta. 

HELEN SUE JOHNSON; Arlington; English; Kappa Kappa Gamma. 

JOHN RILEY JOHNSON; Norfolk; Psychology. 



Bottom Row: 

THOMAS N. HUNNICUTT; Newport News; Physical Education: Sigma 

Alpha Ersilon. 

EDWARD WARE HURLEY: Richmond; Jurisprudence, 

SARAH JANE HURST; South Weymouth, Massachusetts; English; Alpha 

Chi Onieqa. 

ANN GARDNER INGOE; Roanoke; Psychology; Pi Beta Phi. 

MARGARET ANN IVES: Western Springs, Illinois; English; Kappa Kappa 

3am ni a, 

ALLAN DENNY IVIE; Leakesville, North Carolina; Fine Arts. 

JOSEPH EDWARD JAY; Arlington; Business Administration; Sigma Alpha 

Epsilon. 



Bottom Rov/: 

ROSALEE MAE JONES: Lisbon, Portugal; Psychology; Alpha Chi Omega. 

WAYNE SUMMERS JONES; McLean; Business Administration; Phi Kappj 

Tau. 

BRENDA JEAN KANE: Hampton; Sociology. 

THOMAS LINDLEY KENYON; Glenside, Pennsylvania; Business Admin- 

isiralion; Kai:pa Sigma. 

ROBERT LEWSON KEPNER; Lancaster. Pennsylvania; Government; Phi 

Kappa Tau. 



H. Jenkins 



B. G. Jewett 



S E. liietndt 



H S. lohnsor 



J. R. Johnson 



Kleenex John? 




W. S. Jones 



B. I. Kane 



E. 1., Ki'i :.. r 



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p. R. Key 



L. W. Kiger 



G. E. Kilpatrick J. G. Kinder 



E. C. King 




Concentration 



K. A. Kirv/an 



F. I. Klecha 



M. Knabb 



M. E. Kys 



ABOVE 

Top Row: 

PEAHLE RAY KEY; Arlington; Philosophy; Kappa Alpha Theta. 

LUTHER WILSON KIGER; :.:rfo:k; Business Administration; Kappa Alpha. 

GEORGE ENDICOTT KILPATRICK, III; Chestnut Hill. Pennsylvania; Phi- 
losophy; Phi Kappa Tau. 

lOSEPH GRIBBEL KINDER; Providence, Rhode Island; Jurisprudence; 

Kappa Sigma. 

ELIZABETH CATHERINE KING; Hampton; Psychology; Phi Mu. 



Bottom Row: 

KENT AIKEN KIRWAN; Alexandria; Government; Theta Delta Chi. 
ALONZO ANDREW KITTINGEB; Salem; Government; Phi Kappa Tau. 
FRANK JOHN KLECHA; Garfield, New Jersey; Physical Education. 
MARY KNABB; Swarthmore, Pennsylvania; Psychology; Pi Beta Phi. 
MARY ELIZABETH KYSTER; Washington, D.C.; Sociology; Phi Mu. 



BELOW 

Top Row: 

EARL CHRISTMAN LASSITER; Norfolk; Psychology; Sigma Alpha Ep- 

s:lcn. 

JOHN DAVIS LAUGHLIN; Arlington; Psychology; Kappa Sigma. 

MARTIN JAY LAWRENCE, JR.; Long Beach, California; Economics; Theta 

Del'a Chi, 

ROBERT N. LAWRENCE; Norfolk; Government; Phi Kappa Tau. 

ANNE ROWENA LEHEW; Clifton Forge; English; Alpha Chi Omega. 

MARY ELIZABETH LEWIS; Bethesda, Maryland; Mathematics; Delta Delta 

MARGERY LLOYD; Petersburg; Government; Kappa Alpha Theta. 



Bottom Row: 

ANN POPE LOCKWOOD; Hampton; English; Kappa Kappa Gamma. 

JOYCE ANN LOUDERBACK; Elklon; History; Gamma Phi Beta. 

EVELYN CLAIRE LOVE; Alexandria; Spanish; Delta Delta Delta. 

NANCY JANE LOVELL; Arlington; Government; Phi Mu. 

WARREN NILES LOW; Bethesda, Maryland; Jurisprudence; Lambda Chi 

.iipha. 

FRANCIS JOSEPH MacCOY, III; Maplewood, New Jersey; Accounting; 

■Cappa S:qma. 

MARY MAPLES; Fort Knox, Kentucky; History; Delta Delta Delta. 



E. C. Lassiter 



A. P. Lockwood 



J. D. Laughlin M. J, Lawrence, Jr. 



R, N. Lawrence A. R. Lehew 



M. E. Lewis 



M. Lloyd 




J. A. Louderback 



E. C. Love 



W. N. Low 



F. I. MacCoy 



JUNIORS 



M. Maples 



W. A. May 



F. M. McCann I. C. McCarthy 



M, A 





%^'^^' R 



?'rC''-:rry. Jr. M. E. McDow 





S. A. Mctjinni? 



U. L, Melz 



G, R. Michael, jr. M, iJ, Miller 



M. B. Morgan 



M. Nelson 



R. P. Nemelh 



ABOVE 

Top Row: 

VIRGINIA BLAIR MAPP; Virginia Beach; English; Delta Delta Delta. 
WILLIAM ALLEN MAY; Falls Church; Business Administration; Lambda 

FRANK MOSES McCANN; Sprout Spring; Jurisprudence; Sigma Nu. 
JOAN CAROL MCCARTHY; Ossining, New York; Government; Kappa 
Kappa Gamma. 

MARGARET ANN McCOY; Norfolk; Sociology; Gamma Phi Beta. 
IDUS BAILEY McCURRY, JR.; Norfolk: Economics; Kappa Alpha. 
MARY ELIZABETH McDOW; Norfolk;, Fine Arts. 



BELOW 

Top Row: 

DONALD LYN NEUSTADT; Westbury, New York; Business Administra- 

ticn: Phi Delta Thela. 

ROBERT WILLIAM NEUVILLE; Brooklyn, New York; Business Administra- 
tion: Pi Lambda Ph; 

DOLORES ANN ONIFER; Mayb;ury, West Virginia; English. 
MARGARET ELIZABETH ORR; Forest Hills, New York; Psychology; Alpha 
Ciil Omega. 
MARGARET OWENS; Arlington; English; Gamma Phi Beta. 



Bottom Row: 

SHIRLEY ANNE McGINNIS; Norfolk; French; Chi Omega 

DAVID LOUIS METZ; ;:• Louis, Missouri; Economics; Phi Kappa Tau. 

GEORGE REVELL MICHAEL, JR.; Parksley; Fine Arts. 

MERCEDES DE SOTO MILLER; Norfolk; French. 

MARGARET BROWNING MORGAN; South Hill: Government; Alpha Chi 

Omeaa 

MARILYN NELSON; Greenville, South Carolina: History; Kappa Delta. 

ROLAND PAUL NEMETH; Queens Village, New York; Ancient Languages: 

Pi Lambda Phi. 



Bottom Row: 

JOHN HENRY PARKER, IV; Richmond: Economics; Kappa Alpha. 

GILBERT PARMELE: S:a;en Island, New York; History: Sigma Nu. 

MARILYN LOUISE PARR; Washington, Pennsylvan;a; Mathematics: Chi 

Omeqa 

ROBERTA ANNE PARRISH; Elk Hill; Sociology: Gamma Phi Beta. 

WILLIAM EUGENE PATTON; Shore Hills, New Jersey: Biology; Sigma 

Alpha Epsilon. 



D L. Neustadt 

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R. W. Neuville 


D. A. Onifer 


M. E. Orr 


M. Owens 


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I. H. Parker 



G, Parmele 



M. L. Parr 



R. A. Parrish 



W. E. Patton 



88 



R. L. Pendleton 



E. F 



I. V. Place 




Ycure studying Saturday nigtit.' 


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BELOW 






Top Row: 






Top Row: 

HARRIET LUCILLE RASMUSSEN; 


Sandslon; 


Mathematics: Gamma Phi 



RICHARD LEE PENDLETON; Willow Grove, Pennsylvania; Economics; 

Siqma^ Pi. 

EDWARD FINLEY PHILLIPS; New York. New York; Business Administra- 
tion; Kappa Sigma. 

CHARLES JOSEPH PILUSO; Brooklyn. Nev^ York; Jurisprudence; S gma 

Alpha Epsilc;-; 

JOHN THOMAS PIRES; New York, New York; Jurisprudence; Sigmi 

Alpha Epsil;.n- 

JACK VICTOR PLACE; Williamsburg; Business Administration; Phi Kappa 
Tau, 



Bottom Row: 

LOUIS JOSEPH POMPONIO; Arlington; Economics; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 

NATHAN SHERMAN POPKIN; New Orleans, Louisiana; History .~ 

HAROLD ARNOLD POSEY; Virginia Beach; English; Lambda Chi Alpha. 

VIRGINIA LEE POSTLES: Arlington; Fine Arts; Phi Mu. 

GILES WILLIAMS QUARLES; Roanoke; Economics; Sigma Pi. 



Beta. 

CAROL RAYMOND; Pearisburg: Sociology; Kappa Alpha Theta. 
BRUCE WILTON RHEA, JR.; Staunton; Economics; Pi Kappa Alpha. 
JEAN ANNE RICHMOND; Arlington; Sociology; Kappa Kappa Gam-na. 
MARSHALL AMES RIES; Braintree. Massachusetts; Business Adminlstra- 

RALPH PHILLIPS RIGBY; Fairhaven, Massachusetts; E:onomics; Lambda 

Chi Alpha, 

ROBERT STANLEY RIPLEY; Portsmouth; English. 



Bottom Row: 

TREAZURE YVONNE KISSINGER; Sacramento, Pennsylvania; Chemistry; 

DEAN EDGAR ROBERTS; York, Maine; Sociology; Kappa Sigma. 

EDGAR HERBERT ROSSHEIM; Portsmouth; Chemistry. 

ISBELLA FLOCKHART HUBERT; Yorktown; Spanish; Phi Mu. 

ERNEST O. RUDIN; Williamsburg; French; Sigma Nu. 

ANN SAVAGE; V.LUiamsbuiq: Sociology; Kappa Kappa Gamma. 

RICHARD VAUGHAN SAVAGE; Portsmouth; Physical Education; Kappa 

Ali-h... 



H. L. Rasmussen C. Raymond B. W. Rhea. Jr. I. A. Richmond 



M. A. Ries 



R. P. Riqby 



R. S. Ripley 






T. Y. Rissinqer D. E. Roberts E. H. Rosshei:n I. F. Ruber! 



E. O. Rudin 



R. V. Savag.;. 



JUNIORS 



G. W. Ouaries 



B. K. bcnouis 



C. M. Sheild 



I. N. Shrader 



B. Skinker 



B. B. SklniiT 




B. I. Smith 



G. D. Smith 



K. C. Smith 



A. M. Sobers E. L. Soule 




S. D. Spangler 



I. A. Springer R. B, Sprouse 



ABOVE 

Top Row: 

CARY MALCOLM SCATES; Washington, D.C.; Jurisprudence; Kappa 

Ah ha, 

BURTON ROBERTSON SCHOOLS; Portsmouth; Business Administration, 

MAIORIE LOUISE SCHROEDER; West Englewood, New Jersey; Psy- 

.-hr'Irav Chi 0!!i-=Ti,5, 

CATHERINE MAE SHEILD; Hilton Village; English; Kappa Kappa Gamma. 

JAMES NORVELL SHRADER; Glendale, California; Business Administra- 

.,,-.,, Ph, ■.:,;-■-,« T,V1 

BARBARA LEE SHRIVER; Norfolk; Psychology; Gamma Phi Beta. 
BETSY BURR SKINKER; Roanoke; Psychology; Pi Beta Phi. 
BARBARA BRUMBY SKINNER; Dunedin. Florida; Business Administra- 
tion; Kappa Kappa Gamma. 



Bottom Row: 
BARBARA JEAN SMITH; 



Cleveland, Ohio; Mathematics; Kappa Alpha 



GLORIA DRU SMITH; Marfolk; English; Kappa Delta. 

KATHRYN CAROLINE SMITH; Arlington; Philosophy, Alpha Chi Omega. 

ANNE MARIE SOBERS; Kingston, Pennsylvania; Sociology; Kappa Alpha 

EDWARD LEONARD SOULE; Chicago, Illinois; Business Administration. 
SARAH DEAN SPANGLER; Norfolk; French; Alpha Chi Omega. 
JOYCE ANN SPRINGER; Arlington; Mathematics; Alpha Chi Omega. 
ROBERT BEAR SPROUSE; Staunton; History; Kappa Alpha. 



BELOW 

Top Row: 

JOHN L. STANLEY, JR.; Norfolk; Economics; Kappa Alpha. 

WALLACE BEDFORD STUBBS; Williamsburg; Economics; Kappa Alpha. 

RICHARD MALTBY TAYLOR; Norfolk; Business Administration. 

MARVIN THOMAS; Norfolk: Government. 

ARTHUR CORNELIUS THOMPSON, JR.; Hampton; Business Administra- 

■lon- Siama Alpha Epsilor., 



Bottom Row: 

J. LEROY THOMPSON, JR.; Tarrytown, Nev.r York; Business Administra- 

•i,^n. Phi Gan';:i'.a Leha, 

BARBARA JOAN TIGNOR; Richmond. Sociology; Kappa Kappa Gamma. 
BARBARA ANN TORRENCE; Danville, Mathematics; Delta Delta Deha. 

WALTER EDWIN TRENT; New York, New York; Mathematics; Pi Lambda 

Phi. 

JOHN HENDERSON TUCKER, JR.; Fentress; History; Kappa Sigma Kappa. 



V;', B S'ubbs 



R, M. Tavlor 



M. Thomas 



A. C. Thonipscii, Jr. 



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W. E. Trent 



I. H. Tucker, Jr. 



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F. Twcmey R. V^^ 



E. A. Uzzell 



G. C. Vliet I. M. Von Schilling 




Reading Period 



R. E. Wadley 



ABOVE 

Top Row: 

WILLIAM FHEDERICK TWOMEY; Gloucester; Massachusetts; Physical 

Education: Theta Delta Chi, 

ROBERT WALKER TYSON, JR.; Boco Raton, Florida; Business Administra- 
tion: Pi Kappa Alpha. 

ELIZABETH ANNE UZZELL; Norfolk; French. 

GORDON CHEESMAN VLIET; Alma, Michigan; Economics; Phi Kappa 

Tau. 

JEAN MARSHALL VON SCHILLING; Hampton; Psychology; Gamma Phi 
Beta. 



Bottom Row: 

ROBERTA ELIZABETH WADLEY; Arhngton; Philosophy; Chi Omega. 

NANCY WAGGONER; Colonial Heights; Government; Kappa Alpha 

The-o, 

WILLIAM WAGMAN; New York, New York; Psychology; Pi Lambda Phi. 
ANN DOUGLASS WALKER; Richmond; History; Kappa Delta. 

GEORGE STODDARD WALKER; Hartsdale, New York; Business Admin- 

istra*:;r.; S:::::.a "^j- 



N. Waggoner 



W. Wagman 



A. r;. Walker 



G. S. Walker 



BELOW 

Top Row: 

STANLEY DUSTIN WARD; Norfolk; Business Administration; Kappa 
Alpha. 

WINFRED O'NEIL WARD; Exmore; Chemistry. 

PAUL ALLEN WEINSTEIN; Great Neck, New York; Economics; Phi Alpha. 
WARREN ALLEN WEISS; Rockaway Beach. New York; Business Admin- 
;s:rat;:r:- Pi Lambda .^hi. 

WILLIAM TUNTSTALL WELLS; AltaVista; Chemistry. 

JOHN AUGUSTAN WESTBERG; Longmeadow, Massachusetts; Jurispru- 
dence: S;ama Alcha Eps:l?n 

RAIFORD LINWOOD WHITFIELD, JR.; Norfolk; Economics; Kappa Alpha. 
ZELDA CLAIR WILDMAN; Arlington; English; Alpha Chi Omega. 

Bottom Row: 

ROBERT HOLDEN WILKINSON; Guantanamo Bay, Cuba; Biology; Theta 
Delta Ch:, 

CARY WARREN WILLIAMS; Norfolk; Sociology; Gamma Phi Beta, 
JAMES WRIGHT WILLIAMSON; Norfolk; Philosophy; Sigma Alpha Ep- 

BETTY ANN WILLS; ?.:: ::.;nd: Mathematics; Pi Beta Phi. 
HOWARD WALTER WISEMAN; Williamsburg: Economics. 
AUBREY THOMAS WITHERINGTON; South Norfolk: Business Administra- 

SARAH ANN WRIGHT; Roanoke; Fine Arts; Pi Beta Phi. 
DORIS JEAN ZUIDEMA; Norfolk; Mathematics; Phi Mu. 



S. D. Ward 



W. O. Ward P. A. Weinstein 



W. A. Weiss 



W. T. Wells 







R. H. Wilkinson C. W, Williams I. W. Williams r. 



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A. Wills 



H. W. WiB. 



JUNIORS 



J. A. Westberg R. L. Whitfield, Jr. Z. C Wi'dman 










T. Wilherinqton S. A. Wright 



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The Inquisition 



Even sophomores study 




E. Coco, Clark, R, Coco, Kesler 



OFFICERS 



DICK CLARK 
ROBERT COCO 
JANE KESLER 
EDWARD COCO 



. President 

Vice-President 

Secretary-Treasurer 

Historian 



SOPHOMORES 



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S. L. Aanes 



W. J. Abelow 



I. T. Altano 



A. Ali 



S. H. Allen C, W. Anderson, Jr. Z. Andes 





I. D. Andrews 



C. C, Anker 



M. Bacal 



C. M. Backman 



P. G. Bailey 



S. I. Bailey 



M. S. Bain 



ABOVE 

Top Row: 

SUZANNE LOUISE AANES; Fori Lauderdale, Florida; Psycholoqy; Delta 

Delta Delta. 

WILLIAM JOSHUA ABELOW; Rockaway Park, New York; Fine Arts; Pi 

Lambda Phi. 

lOANN TENESA ALFANO; Arlington; Sociology; Phi Mu. 

ASGHAR ALI; l.ahrre. Pakistan; Chemistry; Thela Delta Chi. 

SUSAN HOUSTON ALLEN; Bradford. Pennsylvania; English; Kappa Kappa 

Gamnia. 

CARL WILLIAM ANDERSON, JR.; Portland, Connecticut; History; Sigma 

Pi. 

ZOE ANDES; Knoxville, Tennessee; Biology; Gamma Phi Beta. 



Bottom Row: 

JEAN DEON ANDREWS; Detroit, Michigan; Spanish; Kappa Alpha Theta. 
CHARLES CORNEL ANKER; Norwalk, California; History. 
JULES MICHAEL BACAL; New York, New York; Business Administra- 
tion; Theta Delta Chi. 

CAROL MAE BACKMAN; Portsmouth; Spanish. 

PERCY GLENN BAILEY; Kenbridge; Accounting; Lambda Chi Alpha. 
SHELLY JANE BAILEY; Arlington; Sociology; Kappa Alpha Theta. 
MILTON STANLEY BAIN: Dinwiddle; Chemistry. Sigma Pi. 



BELOW 

Top Row: 

SALLY PATRICIA BAKER; Alexandria; Psychology. 

CAROLYN CLARKSON BARBER; Vero Beach, Florida; Psychology; Chi 

Omega. 

ANN SIBLEY BARNEY; Hilton Village; English; Alpha Chi Omega. 

DOLORES ELAINE BAROFFIO; Falls Church; Jurisprudence; Alpha Chi 

Omega. 

GEORGE BECOUVARAKIS; Hampton; Physical Education; Sigma Alpha 

Epsilon. 

Bottom Row: 

PATRICIA L. BEGGS; McLean; Psychology; Pi Beta Phi. 

RICHARD DAVID BENNETT; Bayonne, New Jersey; Jurisprudence; Pi 

Lambda Phi. 

JAMES IRWIN BERNHARDT; Washington, D.C.; Chemistry; Sigma Nu. 

BETTY LOU BIGGS; Norfolk; English; Pi Beta Phi. 

SARA JANE BLAKEMORE; Ehelbyville. Kentucky; History; Phi Mu. 



C. C. Barber 



"'d you get a card loo? 









R. iJ. bpnne:r 



), 1. nemhardt 



B. L. Biqqs 



S. I. blakemnrp 



94 



T. C. Boberq M. L. Bowman N. B. Bowman M. W. Briqgs V. A. Broaddus 





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Mrs. Ficklin and her boys 



W. I. Brodie 



L. Brooks, Jr. 



B. C. Brown 



C. D. Brown 



ABOVE 

Top Row: 

THOMAS COX BOBERG; Falls Church; Physics; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 
MARY LEE BOWMAN; La Grange, Illinois; Sociology; Pi Beta Phi. 
NINA BROADDUS BOWMAN; Richmond; Psychology; Alpha Chi Omega. 
MARTHA WREN BRIGGS; Fort Washington, New York; History. 
VIRGINIA ALLEN BROADDUS; Richmond; Fine Arts; Kappa Alpha Thela. 

Bottom Row: 

WALTER JOSEPH BRODIE; Hopewell; Business Administration; Kappa 

Siqmd. 

LELAND BROOKS, JR.; Matthews; Jurisprudence; Phi Kappa Tau. 
BARBARA CHASE BROWN; Springfield, Pennsylvania; Mathematics. 

CAROLINE DUDLEY BROWN; Watchunq, New Jersey; Fine Arts; Kappa 

Kappa Gamma. 

JUDITH DOROTHY BROWN; Nutley, New Jersey; Psychology; Delta 

Delta Deita. 



BELOW 

Top Row: 

MARY HOWARD BRYAN; Fredericksburg; Business Administration; 

;ra:::.:a Kap; a Gamma. 

lAMES DAVENPORT BRYDEN; Alexandria; Sociology; Lambda Chi Alpha. 

GEORGL WILLIAM BURNS; Portsmouth; English; Sigma Pi. 

SALLY E. BUTCHER; Vvatertown, New Jersey; Mathematics; Delta Delta 

Delta. 

CAMILLE FRENCH BUTLER; Natchez, Mississippi; Sociology; Chi Omega. 

NANCY JEWELL BUTLER; Portsmouth; English. 

WILLIAM ROBERT BUTLER; Saratoga Springs, New York; History; Phi 

Kappa Tau. 

Bottom Row: 

ANN CAMBRIDGE CALLIHAN; Ashland, Kentucky; History; Kappa Kappa 
Gamma. 

DOROTHY BAYNHAM CAMPBELL; Winston-Salem, North Carolina; Busi- 
ness Administraricn- Pi Beta Phi. 

HARRY JAMES CARL; Amityville, L.I., New York; Physical Education. 
ELIZABETH ANNE CARVER; Arlington; English; Gamma Phi Beta. 
lOHN RANDALL CHAMPION; Manassas; Psychology; Sigma Nu. 
CAROLINE ELIZABETH CHRISTIAN; Hampton; Business Administration. 
SHELLEY ELINOR CHRISTINE; Maysville, Kentucky; Fine Arts; Delta 
Delta Delta, 



M. H. Bryan 



J. D. Bryder. 



G. W. Burns S. E. Butcher 



N. I, Butler 



R. Butler 








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A. C. Cdilihan D. B. 



H, v>orv-_-i 



SOPHOMORES 



I. D. Brown 



C. Clague 



R. F. Clark 



B. T. Clason 



H. D. Cline 



D. I. Qulow 



E. D. Coco 



R. N. Coco 







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H. A. Collins 



P. M. Cellini 



M. A, Comley 



M. ]. Compe 



P. A. Cre-.vs 



S. E. Cronk 



ABOVE 

Top How: 

CONSTANCE CLAGUE; Annandale; Enqlish; Delta Delta Delta. 

RICHARD FRANKLIN CLARK; Hampton: Biology; Kappa Siqma. 

BEVERLEY TROTT CLASON; West Hartford. Connecticut; English; Kappa 

Deha 

HOWARD DALLAS CLINE; Grand Blanc, Michigan; Jurisprudence; Phi 

Kd[:pd TdU. 

DAVID JEREMY CLULOW; Greenwich, Connecticut; Psychology; Phi 
V.ax ; a T.m, 

EDWARD D. COCO; New York, New York; Biology; Theta Delta Chi. 
ROBERT N. COCO; New York, New York; Chemistry; Theta Delta Chi. 



Bottom Row: 

HARRIET ANN COLLINS; Arlington; Spanish; Gamma Phi Beta. 
PATRICIA MARIAN COLLINS; Arlington; Psychology. 
DONALD COMITER; Brcoklyn, New York; Chemistry; Pi Lambda Phi. 
MARIE ANN COMLEY; Arlington; Business Administration; Alpha Chi 
Omeqa 

MARY JANE COMPE; Alexandria; English; Delta Delta Delta. 
PATRICIA ANN CREWS; Tarrytown. New York; Business Administra- 
tion- Kapfa Alpha Theta. 
SARA ELVERA CRONK; Salzburg. Austria; Fine Arts; Pi Beta Phi. 



BELOW 

Top Row: 

ALBERT LEE CROW; Norfolk; Physical Education; Lambda Chi Alpha. 

SALLY JANE DAHM; St, Davids, Pennsylvania; English; Kappa Kappa 
Gamma. 

ROBERT GILLIAM DANIEL; McKenney; Business Administration; Lambda 

Chi Alpha. 

BARBARA JOAN DANSKIN; Cleveland, Ohio: Psychology; Delta Delta 
Delta. 

RICHARD F. DAUGHERTY; Norfolk; Business Administrat:on. 



Bottom Row: 

CAROL FAUST DAVIS; Bronx, New York: French. 

FLORENCE LYDIA DEHART; Thorofare, New Jersey; Modern Languages; 

Phi Mu. 

SARAH FANN DEIBERT; Clifton Forge; Psychology; Alpha Chi Omega. 
STEPHEN L. DIAMOND; New York, New York; Biology; Pi Lambda Phi. 
JOHN HENRY DIEHL; Lebanon, Pennsylvania; Chemislry. 



S. J. Dahm 



R. G. Daniel 



E. I. Danskii 



R. F. Dauqherty 



Bcred? 






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C. F. Davis 



F. L. DeHart 



S. F. Deibert 



S. L. Diamond 



I. H. Diehl 



96 



S. C. Dodrill M. C. Donnelly 



N, S. Dovre 




S. G. DoyU 





The casual type 



R. I. Drake, Jr. 



S. H. Duis 



S. C. Eddy 



B. A. Edwards 



A. L. Egger 



ABOVE 
Top Row: 

BARBARA ANN DIGGS; Teaneck, New lersey; Sociology; Kappa Kappa 

Gamma. 

SHIRLEY CHRISTINE DODRILL: Clay, West Virginia; French, 

MARGARET CALVERT DONNELLY; Alexandria; Fine Arts; Kappa Alpha 

Theta. 

NANCY STERLING DOWE; Belmcnt, Massachusetts: French: Gamma Phi 

Be'a. 

SANDRA GERALD DOYLE; Norfolk: Sociology; Pi Beta Phi. 

Bottom Row: 

RONALD IRWIN DRAKE, IR-: Hamilton, Ohio; Business Administration; 

Phi Kappa Tau. 

SUZANNE HAYWARD DUIS; Pcrlsm.outh, Ohio: SociDlogy; Delta Delta 

Delta. 

SANDRA CAROLYN EDDY; Fort Monroe; Fme Arts. 

BARBARA ANNE EDWARDS; Slroudsburg, Pennsylvania; Psychology. 

AGNES LAFLEUR EGGER; Washington, D.C.: Psychology; Delta Delta 



BELOW 

Top Row: 

ELAINE MATILDA ELIAS; Allison Park, Pennsylvania: Philosophy. 

lACQUELINE ROSE EVANS; Honolulu, Hawaii; English; Delta Delta Delta. 

JOAN MENNILL EVANS; Petersburg; Psychology: Delta Delta Delta. 

LAURA E. EVERITT; Alexandria; Sociology; Kappa Kappa Gamma. 

FRANKLIN FEIN; Brooklyn, New York; Business Administration; Pi 

Lambda Phi. 

BERNARD ROBERT FELDMAN; Brooklyn, New York; Chemistry; Pi 

Lambda Phi. 

RONALD EUGENE FIDELL; Bound Brook, New Jersey; Chemistry: Pi 

Lambda Phi. 



Bottom Row: 

NANCY CATHERINE FITZGERALD: Falls Church; Spanish. 
JANICE MAE FLIPPO; Richmond; English, 
PEARL ADELL FRAYSER: Richmond; French. 
DERRY SUZANNE FRI; Medina, Ohio; English; Kappa Delta. 
CYNTHIA JANETTE FRYE: Chicago, Illinois; English; Kappa Kappa Gam- 
ma. 

JOSEPHINE Y. GARRETT; Roanoke; History; Chi Omega. 
MARY ANN GASTINEAU: Alexandria; Sociology; Gamma Phi Beta. 



E. M. Elias 



J. R. Evans 



J. M, Evans 



L. E. Everitt 



Te-.r. 



R. E. Fidel: 




SOPHOMORES 



97 



C. p. Gieq 



R. H. Gordon 



M. W. Gill 



M. ]. Glasser 



D. E. Glover 



C. A. God:r 



H. R. Goldberg 



M. F. Goldma: 




R. N. Goulston 



B. Graham 



P. L. Grant 



J. W. Gray 



P. C. Gray 



N. L. Griffin 



ABOVE 
Top Row: 



CARL PAUL GIEG: Poughkeepsie, New York; Government; Theta Delta 

Chi. 

MARVIN WINFHEE GILL; Petersburg; Business Administration; Lambda 

Chi Alpha. 

MILTON lAY GLASSEH; New York, New York; Biology; Phi Alpha. 
DONALD E. GLOVER; Fairfax; Psychology; Sigma Pi. 

CAROLYN ANNE GODFREY; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Sociology; 

Kappa Delta. 

HERBERT ROY GOLDBERG; New York. New York; Business Administra- 

tu:r.- P: Larr.bda Phi. 

MINTON FORMAN GOLDMAN; New York. New York; History, Phi Alpha. 

Bottom Row: 

RUFUS HENRY GORDON; Norfolk; Chemistry; Kappa Alpha. 

RALPH N. GOULSTON; New Bedford, Massachusetts; Chemistry; Phi 

A!-.-'ha. 

BETTY GRAHAM; Arlington; Business Administration. 

PATSY LUCILLE GRANT; Norfolk; Chemistry. 

JOHN WESLEY GRAY; Norfolk; Business Administration. 

PATRICIA CARLIN GRAY; Arlington; Fine Arts; Kappa Kappa Gamma. 

NANCY LOUISE GRIFFIN; Norfolk; Mathematics; Delta Delta Delta. 



BELOW 

Top Row: 

HELEN THOMAS GRINNAN; Garden City, New York, Government; Kappa 

A.i-i.a The;a. 

KALMAN JORDAN GRUNWALD; Hampton; MathemaUcs. 

CAROLINE HARRISON HANDY; Appalachia; Spanish. 

JOHN ANTHONY HANNOLD; Hatfield, Pennsylvania; Business Admin- 

:s;ialicr.; Phi Al.cha 

HARRIETTE ANN HARCUM; Franklin; Psychology; Gamma Phi Beta. 



Bottom Row: 

JACQUELYN HARRIS; New Canton; Psychology. 

BARBARA SANDRA HARSHAW; Portsmouth; History; Pi Beta Phi. 
ELEANOR STORRS HAYNES; Broomall, Pennsylvania; Fine Arts. 
PHYLLIS JOAN HECK; Eetroit. Michigan; French; Delta Delta Delta. 
PEGGY JOYCE HEDRICK; Lawrenceville; Mathematics; Alpha Chi Omega. 



H. T. Grinnan 



K. I. Grunwald 



C, H. Handy I. A. Hannold H. A. Harcum 



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I. Harris 



B. S. Harshaw 



E. S. Haynes 



P. I. Heck 



P. I. Hedrick 



98 



R. G. Helmer 



B V ■-J-^-n^c 



D T Hi^h 



L. A. Hicji- 



P.. W. Hill 




The William and Mary Library T. P. Hiiiman 

ABOVE 

Top Row: 

RICHARD GORDON HELMER; Newport News; Chemistry. 

BARBARA MORRISON HIGBEE; Uniontown, Pennsylvania; Fine Arts; 

Kappa Alpha Theta. 

DARRELL JEAN HIGH. Arlington; Chemistry; Pi Beta Phi. 

LaLA ADAMS HIGHT; Falls Church; English; Alpha Chi Omega. 

ROGER WEBB HILL; Union, New Jersey; Economics; Phi Alpha. 

Bottom Row: 

THOMAS PETER HILLMAN; Arlington; Business Administration; Theta 

Delta Chi 

JENNIFER HARLAN HILTON; Richmond; English; Chi Omega. 

DUANE A. HOCKENSMITH; Washington, D.C.; Physics. 

ROBERT THOMAS HOITSMA; Paterson, New Jersey; Physical Educa- 
tion; Kappa Alpha. 

BETTY ANN HOLLADAY; Carrollton; Sociology; Delta Delta Delta. 



I. H. Hilton 



D. A. Hockensmith 



R. T. Hoitsma 



BELOW 
Top Row: 

BARBARA DEANS HUBER; Princeton. New Jersey; English; Phi Mu. 
DAVID WILLIAM HUGHES; Scranton, Pennsylvania; Jurisprudence. 
WILLIAM S. HUMBERT; Newport News; Jurisprudence; Sigma Alpha 

Epsilon, 

NANCY HUMES; Milford, Delaware; Chemistry; Delta Delta Delta. 
VIRGINIA LEE HUNGERFORD: Jackson, Michigan; Psychology. 
JOHN FRANKLIN HUNT; Poquoson; Chemistry. 
LEONORE HUNTER; .Arlington; Mathematics. 



Bottom Row; 

ALTHEA MARGARET ILIFF; New York. New York; Mathematics. 

BETTIE HENLY JAMES; Saluda; Mathematics; Kappa Alpha Theta. 

EDWIN RALPH JAMES, JR.; Hampton; Jurisprudence; Sigma Alpha Ep- 

s:lo.l. 

JOEL DEXTER JAMISON, JR.. Roanoke; Chemistry; Theta Delta Chi. 

JACQUELINE LIPSCOMBE JOHNSON; West Point; English; Alpha Chi 

Omeqa. 

JO ANNE LEE JOHNSON; Coronado, California; Fine Arts; Gamma Phi 

SAMMY RAY JONES; Chase City; Economics 



B. D. Huber 



D. W. Hughes W. S. Humbert 



N. Humes 



V. L. Hungerford J. F. Hunt 



L. Hunter 




A. M. Ihif 



B. H. James £. R. James, Jr. J. D. Jamison, Jr. 



J. L, Johnson J. A. L. Johnson S. R. Jones 



SOPHOMORES 



M. F. Jordan 



T. H, lusticp 



A. S. Kalkin 



J. C. Kepley 



W. G. Kern 



I. C. Kesler 









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C. B. Kimbrouqh G. E. Kitchinqs A, W. Kniqhl 




V. D. Krick 



ABOVE 

Top Row: 

MARTHA FRANCES JORDAN; Alexandria: English; Chi Omega. 

THOMAS HARDWICK JUSTICE; Rulherfordton. North Carolina; Govern- 

:ne;;1: Siqma Nu 

ALAN STANLEY KALKIN; Hampton; Governnaent. 

BARBARA BERNICE KELLENBEHGEH; Norfolk; French. 

JOHN CHARLES KEPLEY; Roanoke; Business Administration; Kappa 

Siqma. 

WILLIAM GEORGE KERN; Ocean Grove, New Jersey; Chemistry; Kappa 

Sigma. 

JANE COURTNEY KESLER; Virginia Beach; Biology; Pi Beta Phi. 

Bottom Row: 

CYNTHIA B. KIMBROUGH; Williamsburg; History; Kappa Alpha Theta. 

GAIL ELIZABETH KITCHINGS; Arlington; English. 

ALICE WILSON KNIGHT; Falls Church; Chemistry; Pi Beta Phi, 

VIVIAN DOYLE KRICK; Wayne, Pennsylvania; French; Kappa Delta. 

FREDERICK SKELTON LA CROIX; Milwaukee, Wisconsin; History. 

CATHERINE SUE LEE; Falls Church; Psychology; Pi Beta Phi. 

IRA GILBERT LEVINE; East Rockaway, New York; Jurisprudence; Pi 

Lambda Phi. 



BELOW 

Top Row: 

NANCY LEE LEWEY; Fincastle; History. 

OREN RITTER LEWIS; Arlington; Government; Phi Kappa Tau. 

SALLY VAN ARSDELL LITTLE; Zanesville, Ohio; English; Kappa Alpha 

Theta 

OTTO LOWE; Cape Charles; Jurisprudence; Theta Delta Chi. 
JOHN BIRD LOWELL; Norfolk; Economics: Siqma Nu. 

Bottom Row: 

ANNi; ELIZABETH LUNAS; Cedar Grove, New Jersey; Fine Arts; Gamma 

Phi Beta. 

ERWIN DALE LUTTON; Harmony. Pennsylvania; Business Administra- 
tion: Alpha Sigma Phi. 

BETTE ANN LYMAN; Longmeadow, Massachusetts: Fine Arts. 

VELMA LORRAINE LYNE; Richmond; Fine Arts; Kappa AHha Theta. 

RICHARD KENNETH LYON; Arlington; Chemistry. 



N. L. Lewey 



O. R. Lewis 



S. V. Little 



O. LoTve 



J. B. Lowell 



They can't do that to us! 




R. K. Lyon 



100 



B. F. Maqruder 



I. C, Mark 



J. C. Marsh 



J. F. Mattson 




We Want a touch down ! 



I. E. McClure 



M. McCormack 



N. R. McCray 



M. McLaughlin 



E. V. WcNea! 



ABOVE 
Top Row: 

BERNICE FRANCES MAGRUDER; Falls Church; Sociology; Delia Delia 

Delta. 

JAMES CAYLOR MARK; Hampton; Psychology; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 
JOHN CHARLES MARSH; "A'llliamsburg; Chemistry; Kappa Sigma. 
WILLIAM CLYDE MATHES; Virgmia Beach; Chemistry; Kappa Alpha. 
lOAN FRANCES MATTSON; Paulsboro, New Jersey; English; Chi Omega. 

Bottom Ro^w: 

JANE EVELYN McCLURE; Braddock, Pennsylvania; Sociology; Pi Beta 

Phi. 

MARK McCORMICK; New Hope, Pennsylvania; Government; Pi Kappa 
Alpha. 

NANCY ROBB McCRAY; West Point; Economics; Pi Beta Pht. 

MARGUERITE McLAUGHLIN; Enolewood. New Jersey; Chemistry; Kappa 
Kappa Gamm-i. 

EARI. VERNON McNEAL; Hampton; Business Administration; Kappa 
Sigma. 



BELOW 

Top Rowr: 

DONNA BETH MELNICK; Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts; Sociology. 

LEAMON ACKLEY KELSON, JR.; Williamsburg; Government; Phi Kappa 

Tau. 

ARTHUR LEWIS MEYERS; New York, New York; Busmess Adminislia- 

lion; Pi Lambda Phi. 

LEONARD MARTIN MEYERSON; Far Rockaway, New York; Physics; Pi 

Lambda Fh; 

MARJORIE IRENE MIGHELL: Washington. D.C.; English. 

DABNEY NEVELLE MILLER; Regent; Chemistry. 

RONALD HOLMES MILLER; Largo, Florida; Fine Arts. 

Bottom Row: 

JOHN CHARLES MITCHELL; Vero Beach, Florida; Jurisprudence; Theta 

Delta C;:- 

NORMAN NOUBAR MOOMJLAN; Astoria, New York; Jurisprudence; 

Kappa Siqrr.a 

MADELINE PAMELA MOORE; New Market; Sociology. 

PAULINE T. MORGAN; Franklin, Tennessee; English; Kappa Kappa Gam- 

CHARLES READ MORTON, JR.; Hampton; Business Administration; 

Siqmi .^Irh^. :L:.:f;i:r. 

MARTIN HUGH MOUNTAIN; Schenectidy; New York; Govern-ent. 

BRUCE MICHAEL MUNI; Hampton; Economics; Sigma Nu. 



T^ R Mclr.'~^ 



A L M'^vers 



I M M,^vrcTQ->n 



M I Miahell 



n N Miilor 



R. H. Miller 




:. Mitchell 



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^d.k£L 









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P. T. Morgan 



C. R. Morton, Jr. 



M. H. Mount;):;i 



SOPHOMORES 



101 



G. Murchison. Jr. A. C. Myers 



B. L. Neale W. C. Nelson. Jr. E. I. 'J- 



B. J. Newbery 



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5 43 B |> 




H. F. Noble 



M. L. North 



O. Odell 



R. G. Oimeicd J. A. Ollaway 



M. A. Paqe 



R. A. Page 



ABOVE 
Top Row: 

GERALD MURCHISON, JR.; Sprinqfield, New Jersey; Business Admin- 

is:rat;cr.: Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 

ANNE CADWALLADER MYERS; Huntington, West Virginia; Mathematics; 

Chi Omeqa, 

WILLIAM KIRK NEAL, II; Charlotte, North Carolina; Chemistry; Kappa 

Alpha. 

BETSY LEE NEALE; Richmond; Business Administration; Kappa Alpha 

Theta. 

WILLIAM COLLINS NELSON, JR.; New Church; Business Administration. 

ELIZABETH JANE NETTLES; Wakefield) Psychology; Kappa Delta. 

BARBARA JANE NEWBERY; Rochester, New York; Jurisprudence; Alpha 

Chi Omega. 

Bottom Row; 

HELEN FRANCES NOBLE; South Glastonbury, Connecticut; Chemistry; 

.^I:.:r.a '..'rn C'rr.eqa. 

MARY LOUISE NORTH; Greenwich, Connecticut; French. 

OTIS ODELL, III; Williamsbuig; Mathematics; Pi Kappa Alpha. 

ROGER G. ORMEROD; Yonkers, New York; Chemistry; Phi Alpha. 

JANE ANN OTTAWAY; Grosse Pointe Farms, Michigan; Fine Arts; Alpha 

MARTHA AUSTINE PAGE; Tulsa, Oklahoma; Business Administration; 

y;-,: ■ . :'.:■■;- Gamma. 

RUTH ANITA PAGE; Tulsa, Oklahoma; Spanish; Kappa Kappa Gamma. 



BELOW 
Top Row: 

MARY LOU PARDUE; Blacksburg; Spanish; Gamma Phi Beta. 

ANN EVANS PARKER; Maysville, Kentucky; Psychology; Pi Beta Phi. 

EULA ELAINE PATTIE; Triangle; English. 

JOANNE PAYEZ; Scarsdale, New York; Enghsh; Pi Beta Phi. 

JOAN ADELE PEARCE; Roslyn, Pennsylvania; English; Alpha Chi Omega, 

Bottom Row: 

PATRICIA ANN PERKINS; New Haven, Connecticut; Fine Arts; Chi 

Oirieaa. 

JUDITH ELAINE PETERS; Calverton; Sociology 

PATRICIA ELIZABETH PETITT; Washington, D.C.; English; Pi Beta Phi. 

CAROL DEE PETRIE; .^ilexandna; Mathematics. 

RUTH MARGARET PEYTON; Stuttgart, Germany; History; Delta Delta 

Delta. 



M. L. Pardue A. E. Parker 



E. E. Pattie 



J. Payez 



J. A. Pearce 



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J. E. Peters 



P. E. Petilt 



C. D. Petrie 



102 



M. C. Pontius 



P. E. P;c-; 



Ramsay 




Name, address, age. weight . . . ? L. M. Raymond 

ABOVE 

Top Row: 

MARY SUE PITMAN; Williamsburg, Sociology. 

MARGARET CAROLYN PONTIUS; Chicago, Illinois; English; Pi Beta 
Phi. 

PAMELA EUNICE POOL; Summit, New Jersey; Spanish; Gamma Phi 

Beta, 

FRANCES CAROLE PUGH; Richmond; Spanish. 

MARY WOOLFOLK RAMSAY; Richmond; Fine Arts: Pi Beta Phi. 

Bottom Row: 

LOIS MARIE RAYMOND; Milton, Massachusetts; Economics; Gamma Phi 

Beta. 

JOHN ROBERT REAGAN; Great Neck, New York; Economics; Kappa 

Siqma. 

BARBARA ANN REGAN; Chicago, Illinois; English; Pi Beta Phi. 

MICHAEL F. RICHARDSON; New Canaan, Connecticut; Business Ad- 

minis'ration: Phi Ka.t-'pa Tau. 

MARY LOUISE RIGGAN; Norfolk; English; Chi Omega. 



j. R. Reagan 



B. A. Regan 



M. F. Richardson 



BELOW 
Top Row: 

FRANK WILLIAM RILEY; Valhalla, -New York; History; Pi Kappa Alpha. 

lOHN COLBY RISJORD; Kansas City, Missouri; History; Pi Kappa Alpha. 

MARTHA EVELYN ROBEY; Lynchburg; Sociology; Gamma Phi Beta. 

ELIZABETH ANNE ROBINSON; Woodbridge, Connecticut; Chemistry; 

Alpha Cn; Omega. 

ALLAN BARKHURST ROBY, JR.; Alexandria; Mathematics; Theta Delta 

Chi, 

MACLOVIA SUZANNA RODRIGUEZ; Alexandria; Spanish; Gamma Phi 

SUSAN ELLEN ROSAR; Er:;.ixv:;ie, New York; English; Delta Delta Delta. 

Bottom Row: 

ELIZABETH lANE ROSS; Chatham. New Jersey; French; Kappa Alpha 

Theta, 

PAUL ANTHONY RUTKOWSKI; Forty Fort, Pennsylvania; Business Ad- 

ministraacn,- The,at DeI'd Chi. 

ALLISON BETH SANDLASS: Baltimore, Maryland; Fine Arts; Chi Omega. 

BARBARA LOUISE SANDWICK: New York, New York; History; Kappa 

OUIDA ANN SAPPINGTON; Chevy Chase, Maryland; Physics. 

LEWIS SYESTER SAUNDERS; Suffolk; Business Administration; Sigma Pi. 

VIRGINIA LEE SAVAGE; Fort Eustis; Psychology; Kappa Delta. 



F, W, Ril.;y 



J. C. Risjord 



M. E. Robey 




E, A. Rcbinson A, B, Roby. Ir. M. S. Rcdriguez 



S. E. Rcsar 



,i\ 



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. !-m,v 1 




P. A. Rutkov.-ski 



B. L. Sandwick O. A. Sappington 



Savage 



SOPHOMORES 



M. L. Rigga 



B. I. Soxe 



H. Schduei 



C, I. Schoener 



L. E. Schuttc 



C. Sect' 



P. A. Scoll 






*^ 







j, p. Scozzari 




ABOVE 

Top Row: 

BRUCE IRA SAXE; Brooklyn, New York; Chemistry; Pi Lambda Phi. 

ANNE H. SCHAUER; Shaker Heights, Ohio: Psychology; Pi Beta Phi. 

MARILYN ANN SCHEIE; Belleville, New Jersey; History; Chi Omega. 

CLAIRE ILENE SCHOENER; Garden City, New York; Psychology; Delta 

Delta Delia. 

LEO EDWARD SCHUTTE: New Haven, Connecticut; Business Administra- 

•ion- Lambda Chi Alpha. 

MILDRED CORBIN SCOTT; Washingtor|, D.C.; History. 

PATRICIA ANNE SCOTT; Wallingford, Pennsylvania; English. 

Bottom Row: 

JOHN PAUL SCOZZARI; Trenton, New Jersey; Chemistry; Phi Alpha. 

JOAN ELEANOR SEDLOCK; Union, New Jersey; Business Administra- 

li.-'iL Gamrr.a Phi E'eta. 

MAHCIA LOUISE SEFRIN; Trenton, New Jersey; Sociology; Chi Omega. 

EILEEN SEGAL; Washmgton, D.C.; Mathematics. 

MARY JUNE SHEARER; Swarthmore, Pennsylvania; Business Administra- 

l;:r. Alpha Jhi Omega. 

lEAN GRAHAM SHEPARD; Norfolk; Fine Arts; Delta Delta Delta. 

ANNE GAGE SHERIDAN; Alexandria; English. 



BELOW 

Top Row: 

JOAN FRANCES SHOWALTER; Roanoke; Psychology. 

ANNE CROFTON SIDNER; Fremont, Nebraska; Spanish; Kappa Alpha 

Theta. 

MARCIA CAROLE SILFEN; Brooklyn, New York; Mathematics; Kappa 
Kappa Gamma 

LEONARD IRWIN SILVER; New York, New York; Chemistry; Pi L-:mbda 
Phi. 

BARBARA ANNE SKINNELL; Rocky Mount; Psychology. 



Bottom Row: 
ANN SMITH; 



Jew Orleans, Louisiana; Mathematics; Kappa Alpha Theta. 



LANN BAZEMORE SMITH; Pound Ridge, New York; Business Administra- 
tion: SiQiiia Pi. 

ROBERT DONALD SMITH; Hampton; Chemistry; Kappa Sigma. 

PHILLIP HARRISON SNEAD; Lynchburg; Psychology; Kappa Sigma. 

EDWARD B. SNIDER; Glasgow; Mathematics; Pi Kappa Alpha. 



I. F. Showalter 



A. C. Sidner 



M. C. Silfen 



B. A. Skinnell 



-iiud : said to hirp. 




L. B. Smith 



R. D. Smith 



P. H. Snead 



E. B. Snidet 



104 



M. T. Snidow 





Don't look at the camera, please! 



Lj. R. Spivey 



b, L. Siaubs 



A. ijtGpheiiEcn H. ".V, Stirn 



ABOVE 
Top Row: 

MAHGARET TEMPLE SNIDOW; Pearisburg; Biology; Kappa Alpha Theta. 

BARBARA M. SOLOMON; Slaten Island, New York; Business Administra- 
tion: Delta Delta Delta. 

JANICE JUNE SOMERVILLE; Plymouth, North Carolina; French. 

PATRICIA SYLVIA SPERB; Westwood, New Jersey; Spanish; Chi Omega. 

JOANN SPITLER; Luray; Business Administration. 



Bottom Row: 

DONALD ROBERT SPIVEY; Richmond; Physical Education; Pi Kappa 

A!i-hd 

SHIRLEY LEE STAUBS: Chicago, Illinois; History; Pi Beta Phi. 

JO ANN STEPHENSON; Chicago, Illinois: History; Alpha CK Omega. 

ROBERT WILLIAM STERN; New York, New Ycrk; Business Administra- 
tion: Pi Lambda Phi. 

SALLY DEE STOKER; Evanston, Illinois; Sociology; Kappa Kappa Gamma. 



BELOW 

Top Row: 

PATRICK SCOTT STONE; Hartselle, Alabama; Business Administrali:n; 

Kappa Alpha, 

ELSA ERENE STROMBERG; Chicago, Illin;is; Psychology; Chi Omega. 

MAXINE ELIZABETH STUELCKEN; McLean; Psychology; Alpha C i 

Omeqa. 

JAMES MEREDITH SURRATT; Westminster, Maryland; Government; Pi 

Kappa Alpha. 

MARY ANN TALIAFERRO; Green River, Wyoming; History. 

JAMES SPOTTSWOOD TARDY; Lexington; Physical Education; Kappa 

Sigma. 

JANE CAROL TAYLOR; Chicago, Illinois; English; Kappa Alpha Theta. 

Bottom Row: 

PATRICIA VON THADEN; Roanoke; English; Kappa Alpha Theta. 

JACK THEODOSIOU; Virginia Beach; Biology. 

ELAINE MAY THOMAS; Daytcna Beach, Florida; Psychology; Kappa 

.Kappa Gamma. 

ELIZABETH C. THOMAS; Wytheville; Sociology. 

MARGIE THOMAS; Orange. New Jersey; Business Administration; Kappa 

.Alpha Theta. 

waLIAM OWEN THOMAS, JR.; Hampton; Fine Arts. 

RUTH LYNN THOMSON; Arlington; Psychology. 



P. S. Stone E. E. Stromberg M. E. Stuelcken J. M. Surratt M. A, Taliaferro I. S. Tardy 



J. C. Taylor 







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p. V. Thaden J. Theodosiou E. M. Thomas E. C. Thomas 



M. Thomas W. O. Thomas, Jr. R. L. Thomsc;: 



SOPHOMORES 



S. D. Stoker 



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p. A. Thorp 



A F. Thunander 



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I. G 



L. K. Traxel 



E. J. Trice, V. 




E. G. Turner 



H Van Drimmelen B. E. Verra 



C. Wail 



P. A. Wall 



G. A. Wannen 



ABOVE 

Top Row: 

PHILIP ALAN THORP; Chesire. Connecticut; French. 

ANDREA F. THUNANDER; Chicago. Illinois; History; Alpha Chi Omega. 
SUE CAROL THURAU; Batavia, New York; Sociology; Kappa Kappa Gam- 
bia. 

HAROLD I. TODHUNTEH. JR.; Oiai. California; Economics; Theta Delta 
Chi. 

JANE GARDNER TOPPING; West Point; English. 

LUCIA KAY TRAXEL; Maysville, Kentucky; Fine Arts; Delta Delta Delta. 
EDWARD JACKSON TRICE, JR.; Vernon Hill; Jurisprudence; Lambda Chi 
Alpha. 

Bottom Row: 

GEORGE WILLIAM TROWBRIDGE; Battle Creek, Michigan; History. 

EUGENIA GOODWIN TURNER; Richmond; Fine Arts; Kappa Alpha Theta. 

HUBERT VAN DRIMMELEN; Emmasted Curacao, N.W.I.: Economics; Phi 

Kappa Tau. 

BEATRICE ELLEN VERRA; Madison, New Jersey; Fine Arts; Alpha Chi 

Omeafi 

CONSTANCE WAIT; Walpole, Massachusetts; Fine Arts. 

PATRICIA ANN WALL; Mt. Vernon; Philosophy; Kappa Alpha Theta. 

GAIL ANITA WANNEN; Baltimore, Maryland; Business Administration; 

Delta Delta Delta. 



BELOW 

Top Row: 

ROSELYN WARD; Nev^ York, New York; Economics; Phi Mu. 

PEGGY HOLT WARING; Fairfax; Fine Arts; Pi Beta Phi. 

SANDRA RAE WAX; Norfolk; Sociology. 

JOSEPH L. WELLER; Grundy; Chemistry; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 

DIANE BUTLER WEST; Daytona Beach, Florida; Government; Kappa 

Kappa Gamma. 

Bottom Row: 

WILLIAM E. WHITE; Scranton, Pennsylvania; Jurisprudence; Phi Kap.-ja 

Tau. 

WILLIAM KEY WILDE; Houston, Texas; Jurisprudence; Kappa Sigma. 
MARY JOYCE WILKINSON; Alexandria; English. 
MARJORIE V. WILLARD; Harborton; English; Chi Omega. 

JOHN RUSSELL WILLIAMS; Lemoyne. Pennsylvania; History; Kappa 

Alpha. 



R. Ward 



P. H. Waring 



S. R. Wax 



I. L, Weller 



D. B. West 



Some like it slow 








W. E. V/hite 



W. K. Wilde M. I. Wilkinson M. V. Willard J. R. Williams 



106 



N. R. Williams 



). S. Wills 



F. E. Wilson, Ir 



E. M. Wolfe 



y. V. % . - vy - 




Some like it fast 




J. E. Woodfield M. A. Woods 



M. E. Worlman 



W. A. Wray 



ABOVE 

Top Row: 

NANCY RAY WILLIAMS; Arimqlon; Fine Arts. 

JANE SUBLET! WILLS; Highland Springs; Mathemalics; Gamma Phi Beta. 

FRED EMERY WILSON, JR.; Falls Church; Chemistry; Sigma Alpha Ep- 
silon. 

MARION BEVERLY WINN; Richmond; Sociology; Chi Omega. 

EDWARD MARTIN WOLFE; Brooklyn, New York; Business Administra- 
tion; Pi Lambda Phi. 

Bottom Row: 

JEAN ELIZABETH WOODFIELD; Washington, D.C.; Spanish; Chi Omega. 

MARY ALICE WOODS; Salem; Psychology; Alpha Chi Omega. 

MARY ELLEN WORTMAN; Arlington; History. 

WILLIAM AUGUSTUS WRAY; Staunton; Jurisprudence; Pi Kappa Alpha. 

ALICE CAMPBELL WRIGHT; Rome, Georgia; Sociology; Kappa Delta. 



BELOW 

Top Row: 

BETTY JEAN WRIGHT; Arlington; Fine Arts; Kappa Kappa Gamma. 

DOROTHY HAYES WRIGHT; Portsmouth; Psychology. 

DEBORAH ALEXANDER YOUNG; Vero Beach, Florida; English; Delta 

Delta Delta. 

LAWRENCE EDWARD YOUNG; Richmond; Chemistry; Kappa Alpha. 
WILLIAM LEE YOUNGER, JR.; Blacksburg; History. 

Bottom Row: 

MARION RUTH YOUNT; Statesville. North Carolina; Spanish; Chi Omega. 

MARILYN RUTH ZAISER; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Government; Delta 

Delta Delta. 

ETHEL ANN ZIMMERMAN; CatonsviUe, Maryland: English; Chi Omega. 

RONALD STEWART ZUCKERMAN; Brooklyn, New York; Chemistry; Phi 

Alpha. 



Wright 



D. H, WiKih' 



D. A. Young 



L. E. Young W. L. Younger. Ir. 



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M. K. Ycunt 



M. H. Zjiser L. A. Zimmerman H. i:. Zjokeim.m 



SOPHOMORES 



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Frosh display their spirit 



The officers make some plans 



GEORGE SEILER . 
ROBERT BELFORD 
RINDA LU GRUBBS 
MARGOT KETCHUM 



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OFFICERS 



. President 

. Vice-President 

Secretary-Treasurer 

Historian 



FRESHMEN 



109 



S. C. Ackertnan 1. C. Allen 



A, E. Anderson 



N. £. Andrews G. O. Anaermann, Jr. S. A. Archer I. M. Armstronq 






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V. E. Arvin 



G. C, Bailey 



F. A, Baker 



L. Baker 



S. W. Barnes. Jr. C. A. Barry 



M. L. Baylor 



ABOVE 

Top Row: 

SALLY CATHERINE ACKERMAN; Ancon, Canal Zone; English; Alpha 

Chi Omeqa, 

lOANNA CARNAWAY ALLEN; Hillon Village; Fine Arts; Kappa Alpha 

Theta 

ALICE ELIZABETH ANDERSON; York, Pennsylvania; Sociology; Delta 

I^ella Del'.d 

NANCY ELLEN ANDREWS; Scarsdale, New York; Fine Arts. 

GERHARD O. ANGERMANN, JR.; Dkins Park, Pennsylvania; Business 

Adminisrra'icr. 

SHIRLEY ANNE ARCHER: Richmond; French: Chi Omega. 

JEANNE MAFFITT ARMSTRONG;' Hopewell; Chemistry; Alpha Chi 

Omega. 



BELOW 

Top Row: 

MARY VIRGINIA BECK; Toledo, Ohio; Sociology. 

JOHNNY BECOUVARAKIS; Hampton; Jurisprudence. 

DIANA LA FAY BEETON; Lynbrook, New York; Fine Arts: Delta Delta 

Delta. 

RALPH L. BELFORD, III; Silver Spring, Maryland; Chemistry; Theta Delta 
Chi. 

JUDITH ANNE BELL; Chester; Sociology; Pi Beta Phi. 



Bottom Row: 

VERNON EDWARD ARVIN; Hopewell; Business Administration; Pi Kappa 
Ale ha 

GLENNA CAROLYN BAILEY; Richmond; Sociology; Alpha Chi Omega, 
FAHY ANNETTE BAKER; Hampton; English; Chi Omega. 
LESLIE BAKER; RockviUe Centre, New York; Business Administration; 
Pi Lambda Fhi 

SILAS WRIGHT BARNES, JR.; Crozet; Business Administration. 
CYNTHIA ANNE BARRY; Essex Fells. New Jersey; Government. 
MAHJORYE LEE BAYLOR; Bethesda, Maryland; English; Kappa Kappa 
Gamma. 



Bottom Roiw: 

BASIL RAYMOND BELSCHES, JR.; Carson; Business Administration. 

MARILYN RUTH BENHAM; Norfolk; French. 

BETTYE LOUISE BENNETT; Norfolk; Sociology; Alpha Chi Omega. 

PATRICIA ANN BEST; Cincinnati, Ohio; Mathematics; Gamma Phi Beta. 

CHARLES ROBERT BISHOP; Kenbridge; History. 



M. V. Beck J. Becouvarakis D. L. Beetrn 



R, L Ee!f;rd 



Allah ! 











B. R. Belsches, Jr. M. R. Benham 



B. L. Bennett 



P. A. Best 



C, R. Bishop 



110 



H. W, Bislrong 



P. Blachas 



P. Black 



R. E. Blanchard 



!. A. Bleick 








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The advantages of Ludwell 



N. E. Bloxsom 



L. D. Bobbin 



I, F. Boland 



L. B. Booker 



ABOVE 
Top Row: 

HEHBERT WALTER BISTRONG; Baldwin, L.!., New York; Chemistry; Pi 

Lambda Phi. 

PEGGY BLACHAS; Flushing, New York; Psychology. 

PAULA BLACK; Roslyn, New York; English. 

RICHARD EUGENE BLANCHARD; Hampton; Chemistry; Kappa Sigma. 

JULIE ANN BLEICK; Staunton; English; Pi Beta Phi. 

Bottom Row; 

NANCY ELIZABETH BLOXSOM; Richmond; Psychology; Alpha Chi 
Omega, 

LAURENCE DE WALD BOBBIN; Montclair, New Jersey; Chemistry; Sigma 

Nu. 

JOAN FRANCES BOLAND: Falls Church; History; Kappa Delta. 
LILLIAN BELL BOOKER; Virginia Beach; English. 

MARY LOUISE BOWLING; La Plata, Maryland; Sociology; Alpha Chi 

Om^cia. 



BELOW 

Top Row: 

IRA N. BRECHER; Rockville Centre, New York; Chemistry; Phi Alpha. 

BEVERLY SUE BRITTON; Norfolk; Chemistry. 

MARY SCOTT BROADDUS; Sparta; English; Chi Omega. 

MARTHA C. BROCKENBROUGH; Baltimore, Maryland; Biology; Pi Beta 

Phi. 

JiroiTH ANNE BUCKERT; Rochester, New York; Fine Arts; Alpha Chi 

Omeqa, 

MARGARET ANN BUNTING; V/arsaw; English. 

MARTHA BELLE BURGESS; Martinsville; Biology. 



Bottom Row: 

SHIRLEY LOUISE BURKE; Fort Monroe; Sociology; Gamma Phi Beta. 

THOMAS GUY BURKE. JR.; Cleveland, Ohio; Business Administration; 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 

JOYCE WOODS BUTT; Williamsburg; English; Gamma Phi Beta, 

EARL WAYNE CALL; Peoria, Illinois; Jurisprudence; Phi Kappa Tau. 

EDWARD KIMBALL CALL; Fremont, New Hampshire; Mathematics. 

MARGARET ESTELLE CAMP; Norfolk; Psychology; Gamma Phi Beta. 

BARBARA ANN CAMPBELL; Swarlswood, New Jersey; History; Kappa 

Delta. 



I. N. Brecher 



B. S. Britton 



M. S. Broaddus M C. Brcckenbrough J. A. Buckeit 



M. A. Bunting 



M. B. P 






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S. L, Burke T, G, Butke, Jr, 



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J. W. Bull 



E, W, Call 



E. K. Call 



M. E, Catni^ 



B. A. 



FRESHMEN 




^ P fvf ^h CI 



M. L. Bov/linq 



J. L. Cannaday D. J. Carver 



M. E. Chanq D. I. Chapman 









M. A. Clark 



R. G. Clark B. R. Coddinqton S. Colclough 



D. E. Colley 



M. W. Collier E. A. Collins 



ABOVE 
Top Row: 

lOE LAWRENCE CANNADAY; Roanoke; Business Administration. 

DEBORAH JANE CARVER; Rahns, Pennsylvania: Modern Languages; 

Dei;^ ZeV.d. re:'.a. 

MING ERH CHANG; Fairfax; Chemistry. 

DOROTHY JANE CHAPMAN; Welch. West Virginia; Fine Arts; Kappa 

Kappa Gamma 

MARGARET BLYTHE CHAPMAN; Memphis, Tennessee; English. 

GEORGE ANTHONY CICALA; Memphis, Tennessee; English. 

CHARLES EDISON CLARK; Round Hill; Mathematics. 



Bottom Row: 

MATTHEW ALLAN CLARK; Trenton. New lersey; Chemistry. 
ROBERT GORDON CLARK; Hampton; Jurisprudence; Kappa Sigma. 
BETTY RUTH CODDINGTON; Williamsburg; Fine Arts. 
SUZANNE COLCLOUGH; Atlanta, Georgia; English; Kappa Kappa Gam- 
ma. 

DONALD EUBANK COLLEY; Jam.aica; Business Administration. 
MARY WARREN COLLIER; Waynesboro; Business Administrat.on; Chi 
Omeqj 
EDITH ARMITA COLLINS; Locust Grove; Mathematics; Gamma Phi Beta. 



BELOW 

Top Row: 

JULIA ANNE CONRAD; Arlington; History. 

MARTHA PEARL COPENHAVER; Baltimore, Maryland; English; Delta 

Delta Delta. 

BECKY LOU CORBITT; Poguoson; Mathematics. 

ALICE STARKEY CREIGHTON; Norfolk; French; Phi Mu. 

JEAN LILLIAN CROMWELL; Malverne, New York; Modern Languages; 

Phi Mu. 



Bottom Row: 

NANCY MACLIN CROWTHER; Petersburg: Modern Languages. 

NELIA UPSHAW DAGGETT; Marianna, Arkansas; French; Kappa Alpha 
Theta. 

JOYCE DARE DALY; Arlmglon: Fine Arts. 

BARBARA ANN DANIEL; Prince Frederick, Maryland; Education. 

BETSEY DURLAND DAVIS; High Point, North Carolina; Psychology. 



J, A. Conrad 



J. L. Cromwell 



Losers pay 





H. U. Crov.-ther N. U. Daqqett 




I. D. [laly 



B. A. Daniel 



D, u. LJavis 



112 



E. A. Davis 



D. S. Dechert 



M. B. Dodson H. J. Dougherty N. M. Doushkess 




H. R. Dressel 



J. N. Droeqe 



He also stars in (iddly winks 



ABOVE 

Top Row: 

ELIZABETH ANNE DAVIS: Hampton: Sociology. 

DANIEL STRATTON DECHERT; Warwick; Biology. 

MARY BEVERLY DODSON; San Diego, California; Sociology; Pi Beta 

Phi. 

HELEN JANE DOUGHERTY; Harrisburg, Pennsylvania: Chennistry; Kappa 

Kappa Gamma. 

NANCY MILLER DOUSHKESS; Mountain Lakes. New Jersey: English. 

Bottom Row: 

HENRY RUDOLPH DRESSEL; New York, New York; History; Lambda Chi 

Alpha, 

JAMES NESTHUS DROEGE: Chicago, Illinois; Economics. 
SETH LYMAN ECKARD; Norfolk; Jurisprudence. 
CHARLOTTE DIANE ECKEL; Falls Church; Fine Arts. 
SHEILA DENT EDDY; Staunton; History. 



BELOW 
Top Row: 

NORRIS ERVIN EDGERTON; Chase City: English; Pi Kappa Alpha. 

BARBARA RHEA EDWARDS: Norfolk; Psychology. 

BETTY BYRD EDWARDS; Hampton; Business Administration. 

THOMAS COLBY EHRHARDT; Bethesda. Maryland; Psychology; Sigma 

Pi. 

RICHARD DONALD EHRLICH; Delanco, New Jersey; Chemistry. 

SIMON JEROME EISENBERG; Dover. New Jersey; Biology; Pi Lambda 

Phi 

RITA ANN ENGLEBURT: Hampton; Mathematics: Alpha Chi Omega. 



Bottom Row: 

ALICE YVONNE ENGLISH; Felmouth; English. 

LOIS MARY ERDMAN; Dayton; History. 

SYLVIA SUE EVANS: Virginia Beach; Government; Kappa Alpha Theta. 

NORAH PATRICIA EWELL; Richmond: Fine Arts. 

ANNE H. FARMER; Church Road: Chemistry. 

SUZANNE EVELYN FARNO: Ridgewood, New Jersey; English; Delta 

Eielta Delta. 

JOHN HAMILTON FAY; Roanoke; Jurisprudence. 



N. E. Edqerton B. R. Edwards 



B. Edwards T. C. EhrhardI R. D. Ehihil 



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N. P. Ewell 



A. H. Farmer 



S. E. Farno 



J. H. fay 



FRESHMEN 



113 



J. A. Ferguson R. D. L. Filion 



J. N. Finks 



D. M. Fiorini 



F A. Fisher P. A. Florence 









C. R. Foster 



D. P. Foster 



A. B. Fox 



M. B, Friedqcod A. b- Uaraner M. A. G^rv.-ooa n A. vidtencuse 



ABOVE 

Top Row: 

lULIA ANDREWS FERGUSON; Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania: Sociology. 

ROSS DENIS L. FILION; Swampscott, Massachusetts; Philosophy: Phi 

Kai t a Tju 

lANE NEWTON FINKS; Marshall; Chemistry. 

DANTE MICHAEL FIORINI; Norfolk; Business Administration: Pi Lambda 

Phi. 

PATRICIA ANN FISHER; Arlington: English. 

PATRICIA ANN FLORENCE; Scarsdale, New York: Sociology: Pi Beta 

P.';i 

META STUART FOOKS; Keswick; History: Kappa Kappa Gamma. 



Bottom Row: 

CHARLENL RAYE FOSTER; Lynchburg: Sociology: Pi Beta Phi. 

DONALD PATRICK FOSTER; Portsmouth: Jurisprudence. 

ALVIN BENIS FOX; Hampton: Business Administratin: Phi Alpha. 

MARJORIE BROOKE FRIEDGOOD; Los Angeles. California; Sociology. 

ALLEN STILES GARDNER; Silver Springs, Maryland: Chemistry: Sigma 

P. 

MARGARET ANNE GARWOOD; Riverton, New Jersey; Biology. 

RICHARD ARTHUR GATEHOUSE; New York, New York; Business Ad. 

ministration. 



BELOW 

Top Row: 

NANCY JEAN GIBE: .\iUngton: Psychology; Delta Delta Delta. 

ROBERT DAVEY GIBBONS; Sarasota. Florida: Government; Lambda Chi 

Alpha. 

ELOISE GIDEON; Arlington: Psychology. 

ALICE MAE GLOVER; Winchester: English. 

HERBERT ALAN GOLDSTEIN; Boston, Massachusetts: Business Admin- 
istration: Pi Lambda Phi. 

Bottom Row: 

HOWARD LEE GOLWEN; Bayonne, New Jersey: Jurisprudence: Lambda 

Chi Alpha. 

JACQUELINE ELSIE GOODMAN; Norfolk; English; Delta Delia Delta. 

SUSAN GOVE; Warren, Massachusetts; Biology. 

MARGARET ANNE GRAVES; Richmond; History. 

BEVERLY BRYAN GREENE; Whitakers, North Carolina: Sociology. 



R. D. Gibbons 



V r;!,i,=nn 



A, M. Glover 



H. A. Goldstein 



J, E. Goodman 



S, Gove 



M. A. Graves 



B. B. Greene 



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114 



R. W. Grigsby 



H. E. Grubb 



R. L. Grubbs 



D. V. Guthrie 



R. L. Hall. Jr. 




Watch the calories girls ! 



M. P Hancock 



D. E. Handy 



M. R. Hanfl 



J. W. Harrison 



ABOVE 

Top Row: 

ROBERT W. GRIGSBY; Arlington; Chemistry: Kappa Alpha. 

HOWARD EUGENE GRUBB; Richmond; Chemistry. 

RINDA LU GRUBBS; ::orfolk; Biology; Delta Delta Delta. 

DOROTHY VALORTA GUTHRIE; Newport News; Fine Arts; Chi Omega. 

RANDOLPH LEE HALL, JR.; Danville; Business Administration. 



Bottom Row: 

KOLLIE PATRICK HANCOCK; Beaverdam; Business Administration. 

DORIS ELIZABETH HANDY; Washington, D.C.; Fine Arts. 

MICHAEL RICHARD HANFT; Brooklyn, New York; Business Adminis- 
tration; Pi Lambda Phi. 

JAMES W. HARRISON; Philadelphia. Pennsylvania; Mathematics; Pi 
Kappa Alpha. 

NANCY ANNE HARSHBARGER; Norton: Chemistry; Kappa Delta. 



E. E, Hill 



E. F. H:r.?r 



M. E. Hobeck 



BELOW 

Top Row: 

EDWARD ERNES HILL; West Orange. New Jersey: Government; Lambda 

Chi Alpha. 

NANCY ANN HILTON: V/oodstock; Biology. 

ELIZABETH FRANCES HINER; Monterey: History. 

MARIAN ELIZABETH HOBECK; Virginia Beach; English. 

WALTER D. HOFFMAN. JR.; Hampton; Chemistry. 

NAOMI SHIRLEY HOLLIS; HaEelton; Pennsylvania; Mathematics. 

MARY KATHRYN HOOVER; Washington, D.C.; Fine Arts; Delta Delta 

Delta. 



Bottom Row: 

ROLAND MEDOWS HOWARD, JR.; Portsmouth: Physics; Pi Kappa Alpha. 

GRACE-ANNE HOYLE; :,"orfolk: Mathematics: Phi Mu. 

JAMES NIMMO HUBBARD, III: Somerville, Massachusetts; Mathomatics. 

RENA BUFORD HUDGINS; Mathews; Psychology, 

PATRICIA ANN HUDSON; Lake Geneva. Wisconsin: Sociology. 

RAE ANN HUFF; V/ashington, D.C.; Business Administration. 
JEAN WEBESTER HULL; Los Gatos, California; Biology; Phi Mu. 

".".' I HDflman, Jr. 



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R. M. Howard, Jr. 



G.-A. Hoyle 



I. N. Hubbard, III R. B. Hudgins 



P. A. Hudson 



R. A. Huff 



J. W. Hull 



FRESHMEN 



N. A. Harshbarger 



D. A. Hultquisl I. O. Hummel J. T. Hundley 



S. G. Hunter 



I. T. Hurley 



I. A. Hyde 



S. L. Ives 




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R. E. Jackman C. L. Jacobs K. A. Jacqmei 




31-1 



N, J, James 



S. lett 



G. R. Joachim 



ABOVE 

Top Row: 

DORALIE ANN HULTQUIST; Arlington: Psychology; Alpha Chi Omega. 

JOHN OLAF HUMMEL; Yorktown; Chemistry. 

JOHN THOMAS HUNDLEY; Chatham; Chemistry. 

SUZANNE G. HUNTER; Alexandria: English: Chi Omega. 

JOEL THEODORE HURLEY; Brooklyn, New York: Business Administration. 

JOHANNA AUGUSTA HYDE; Preston, Maryland; English. 

SARAH LOUISE IVES; Western Springs. Illinois; English; Kappa Kappa 

Ganir..j. 



Bottom Row: 

ROBERTA EMILY JACKMAN; Garden City, New York: Psychology: Kap- 

]:^ Ai: hd Tr-jeta- 

CAROL LOUISE JACOBS; Jamesport, Long Island, New York; History. 
KENT ALAN JACQMIEN; Monroe. New York; Business Administration. 
NANCY JOY JAMES; Dhahran. Saudi Arabia; Government. 
SAVILLE JETT; Baliimore. Maryland; Sociology; Pi Beta Phi. 

GARY RICHARD JOACHIM; Rockville Centre. New York; Chemistry: Pi 

Lambda Phi. 

BETTY ANN JOHNS; Richmond; English. 



BELOW 

Top Row: 

ARLINE HEDWIG JOHNSON; Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; German. 

BARBARA MARIE JONES; Petersburg: English. 

HENRY PAUL KAPLAN; Brooklyn, New York; History; Pi Lambda Phi. 

MARGOT KETCHAM; Coronado, California; Mathematics. 

SUSAN COMPTON KIMBER; Westport, Connecticut; Modern Languages. 

Bottom Row: 

LILA MAE KIMBLE; Alexandria; Psychology; Gamma Phi Beta. 
KATHERYN TRIBBLE KING; Richmond: English; Kappa Kappa Gamma. 
JEAN CAROL KIRSCH; Arlington; Psychology: Delta Delta Delta. 
JANE PENDLETON KIRTLEY; Rahway, New Jersey: English. 
PATRICIA KIZZIA; Katonah, New York; Enghsh; Alpha Chi Omega. 



A. H. Johnson 



H. P. Kaplan 



Have you tried this punch? 




L. M. Kiniuie 



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^. .-virscn 



r. Kirtley 



P. Kizzia 



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L. E. Klingelhofer H. G. Knapp I. A. Kontopanos G. B. Komblum 



B. Koms 





Have you seen the movie? 



R. A, Kurani 



B. L, Laird 



K. S. Und 



N. M. Une 



ABOVE 

Top Row: 

LUISE ERNA KLINGELHOFER; Westfield, New Jersey; Business Admin- 
istration. 

HaARY GAILLARD KNAPP; Lynchburg; English; Kappa Delta. 

JOHN ALEX KONTOPANOS; Norfolk; Chemistry; Pi Lambda Phi. 

GERALD B. KORNBLUM; Brooklyn, New York; Jurisprudence. 

BRENDA KORNS; Chevy Chase, Maryland; Biology; Alpha Chi Omega. 

Bottom Row: 

RUTH ANNE KURANI; Beirut. Lebanon: Fine Arts. 

BARBARA LYNN LAIRD; Las Vegas, Nevada; Mathematics; Phi Mu. 

KERMIT SIMMONS LAND; Pungo; Business Administration. 

NATALIE MAUREEN LANE: Union, New Jersey; English; Gamma Phi 

HARVEY LASKY; brcoklyn. New York; Business Administration; Pi 

Lambda Phi. 



J. R. Laurent 



N. H. Laux 



C. W. L. 



BELOW 

Top Row: 

JOAN RUTH LAURENT; Rahway, New Jersey; Chemistry; Gamma Phi 

NANCY HELEN LAUX; Arlington: English. 

LAURA LOU LAWSON; Charleston, West Virginia; Sociology. 

C. WILLIAM LEEDS; Pleasantville, New Jersey; Chemistry. 

MORTON LEMBECK; Belle Harbor, New York; Business Administration; 

P: Lambda Phi. 

WILLIAM N. LEVINE; Rockville Centre. New York; Chemistry; Pi Lambda 

Phi. 

HELEN CLAXTON LEWIS; Bethesda. Maryland: English; Delta Delta 

De'i'6. 

Bottom Row: 

ALICE RUSSELL LUCAS; Norfolk; French: Delta Delta Delta. 

E. LOIS LUDWIG; '.Vest Lawn, Pennsylvania; Government. 

BARBARA ANNE LUHRING; Norfolk: German. 

ELEANOR M. LUNDBERG; .'Arlington: Sociology; Kappa Kappa Gamma. 

ADOLPHUS LOWE LUNSFORD; Brookneal; Business Administration; 

REBECCA RODGERS LYNN; Occoquan; Mathematics; Kappa Delta. 
LOIS ANNE MacKENZIE; Interlaken, New Jersey; Sociology. 



H. C. LOTria 




^ 9. a <PJ^ 






llLv^iiitet 




A, R. Lucas 



E. L. Ludwiq B. A. Lunrina 



E. M. Lundberq A. L. Lunsford 



R. R. Lynn L. A. 



FRESHMEN 



A'«Kl 



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H. Lasky 



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J. R. MacWilliams M. A. Makovsky 



D. I. Mannion 



I. K. Marsh 



J. H. Marsteller 



S. L. Martin 



J. Mason 




I'J I 

B. A. Massie N. E. Matthews 




M, D. Mauro 



B. L. McCall 



C. A. McCalla 



G. A. McDanicl 



J. A. McLearen 



ABOVE 

Top Row: 

JOAN RUTH MacWILLIAMS; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Psychology: 
Pi Beta Phi. 

MARY ANN MAKOVSKY; Boonton, New Jersey; Spanish; Gamma Phi 
Beta. 

DELORES JOAN MANNION; Haddonfield. New Jersey; French; Gamma 
Phi Beta 

JOAN KATHLYN MARSH; Oak Park, Illinois; Business Administration; 
Gamma Phi Beta. 

JOHN HARTMAN MARSTELLER; Roanoke; Mathematics. 
SARAH LUCAS MARTIN; Daytona Beach, Florida; Biology; Phi Mu. 
JANET MASON; Schenectady, New York; Psychology; Kappa Delta. 

Bottom Row^: 

BARBARA ANN MASSIE; Tyro; English; Alpha Chi Omega. 
NANCY EUGENIA MATTHEWS; Fort Myer; Fine Arts; Kappa Alpha Theta. 
MARLENE DEE MAURO; Hampton; English. 

BARBARA LEE McCALL; Enterprise, Alabama; Chemistry; Chi Omega. 
CYNTHIA ANNE McCALLA; Glen Rock, New Jersey; Government. 
GEORGE A. McDANIEL; Federalsburg, Maryland; Business Administra- 
tion: Siqma Pi. 
JO ANN McLEAREN; Arlington; Sociology. 



BELOW 

Top Row: 

ALLISON MARY MERCER; Bayside, New York; Psychology; Pi Beta Phi. 

HELEN PHYLLIS MERRITT; Arlington; Psychology. 

MARY ELLEN METZEL; Richmond; English; Alpha Chi Omega. 

JO ANN MILLER; Roanoke; Mathematics; Alpha Chi Omega. 

NANCY LOU MINK; Toms River, New Jersey; Psychology; Pi Beta Phi. 

Bottom Row: 

WILLIAM DAVID MIRANDA; Brookline, Massachusetts; History. 

BARBARA MARIE MITCHELL; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Sociology; Pi 

Eela Phi. 

CAROLYN L. MITCHELL; Jackson Heights, New York; French; Kappa 

Delia, 

DORCAS L. MOLUMPHY; Arlington; Chemistry. 
VIRGINIA LOUISE MOLZER; Washington. D.C.; Sociology. 



A, M. Mercer 



H. P. Merritt 



N, L, Mmk 



Some cook their own 




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W. D. Mil 



M. Mitchell 



C. L. Mitchtll 



Molumphy V. L. Molzer 



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K. A. Monroe 



C. A. Montgomery 



S. E, McnlcTomery 



H. J. Moody 




Others prefer Danny's 

ABOVE 

Top Row: 

KATHEHINE ANNE MONROE; Louisville. Kentucky; English. 

CHRISTINE ANNE MONTGOMERY; Arlington: French; Kappa Kappa 

Gamma. 

SHARON EVELYN MONTGOMERY; Baltimore, Maryland; History; Pi 
Beta Phi. 

HELEN lOSEPHINE MOODY; Roanoke: French. 

JOHN MICHAEL MORRISSEY; Woodbridge; Chemistry. 

Bottom Row: 

LOIS ANN MORTASHED; Portsmouth; Fine Arts; Delta Delta Delta. 

WILLIAM ROSSER MOSELEY; Blackridge; Chemistry; Lambda Chi Alpha. 

ALICE MARTIN MOTT; Minneapolis, Minnesota; French: Chi Omega. 

MARY MADELINE MYERS; Falls Church; History; Chi Omega. 

VIRGINIA THERESA NAAB: Easlon, Pennsylvania; Sociology: Delta 
Delta Delta. 



I., A Mortashed W. R, Moselev 



A. M. Mott 



BELOW 

Top Row; 

JOSEPHINE ANN NAPOLINO; Flushing. Nev^r York; History: Kappa 

Kappa Gamma. 

MARY JANE NELSON; Danville; Psychology. 

BARBARA JOYCE NEWMAN; Portsmouth; Business Administration. 

JAMES WILLIAM NICHOL; Glenside, Pennsylvania; Business Adminis- 

Iratton, 

GERHARD WILLIAM JOHN OTTEN; Glenbrook, Connecticut: Business 

Adminislration. 

DIANA HELEN OTTENMILLER; Russell, Pennsylvania; English. 

JOYCE WAINWRIGHT OUTTEN; Portsmouth; Chemistry: Chi Omega. 

Bottom How: 

BELINDA BEACH OWENS; Ridgewood, New Jersey; English; Alpha Chi 

Ome'ira, 

DWIGHT WESLEY OZMENT; White Stone; Fine Arts. 

JANET ADELAIDE PACE; Franklin; English. 

MARCIA NADINE PAGE; Baltimore, Maryland: Spanish; Gamma Phi 

BpIo. 

MARILYN ANN PALMER; Wytheville; Sociology. 

THOMAS CRAIG PARISH; Park Ridge, Illinois: Psychology. 

MILLIE ANN PARKIN; Arlington; English. 



I. A. Napolino M, J. Nelson 



B. J. Newman 



I. W. Nichcl 



G. W. J. Otten D. H, 



J. W. Oulten 




( 



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B. B. Ov^ens D, W. Ozment 



I. A. Pace 



M, N. Page 



M. A. Palmer 



T. C. Parish 



M. A. Parkin 



FRESHMEN 



F. C. Paskerl B. A. PassamanerK f. N. Patterson S. W. Patterson 



C. P. Pearl 



P. C. Perrini 



B. I. Pe:« 



E. E. Pratt 













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W. B. Pleiier 



M. A. Pickell 



K, L. PUand 



S. A. Pope 



S. H. Pope 



M. V. Portney 



M. M. Powell 



ABOVE 
Top Row: 

FRANK CHARLES PASKERT; B:-onifield, New Jersey; Chemistry; Sigma 

Alpha Epsilon. 

BETTY ANNE PASSAMANECK; Richmond: Fine Arts. 

ELEANOR NORVELL PATTERSON: Greensboro, North Carolina; English; 

Gamma Phi Beta 

SARA WALKER PATTERSON; Falls Church; French; Alpha Chi Omega. 

CARL PHILIP PEARL; Erooklme, Massachusetts; Jurisprudence; Phi Kap- 

ira Tau. 

PHYLLIS CARMEN PERRINI; Queens Village. New York: History. 

BARBARA JOAN PETERS; Arlington; English. 



Bottom Row: 

WILLIAM BURN PFEIFEB; Bloomfield, New Jersey; Fine Arts. 

MARY ANNE PICKETT; Roanoke; Psychology; Pi Beta Phi. 

KENNETH LOCKHART PILAND; Warwick; Chemistry; Sigma Nu. 

SARA ANNE POPE: Drewryville; Mathematics. 

SUE HARPER POPE; Ottawa Lake, Michigan; Sociology; Delta Delta Delta. 

MARY VIRGINIA PORTNEY; Valley Stream, New York; Chemistry; 

Can. ma Fhi Beta. 

MARGARET MARILYN POWELL; Seaford; Biology. 



BELOW 

Top Row; 

ELAINE ELIZABETH PRATT: Bernardston. Massachusetts; Psychology. 

THOMAS L. PRICE; .^Vccomac: Business Administration. 

VIRGINIA ANN PRICHARD: Elberon, New Jersey; French; Chi Omega. 

DONIVAL WAYNE PUMPHREY; Vienna; Jurisprudence. 

WILLIAM LAUMAN RAGLAND. Ill; Richmond; Biology; Phi Kappa Tau. 



Bottom Row: 

LETITIA DIANE RALEIGH: Oak Park. Illinois; Business Administration; 

Kappa Delta. 

ROBIN RANDOLPH: Arlington; History. 

ROBERT SANFORD RAPP; Cornwall, New York; Jurisprudence; Kappa 

Siqma, 

THOMAS JOHN RARDIN; Laramie. Wyoming; Business Administration. 
MARY VIRGINIA RAWLS; Enterprise, Alabama; Psychology. 



T. L. Price 



i, III 



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L. D. Raleigh 



I 

R, Randolph 




h. ^. hapfi 



M. V. Rawls 



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C. F. Rawn 



R. L. MavDoia 



D. L. Rector 



D. T. Reel 



M. A. Reqier 









The latest in chapeaux 



L. M. Reilz 



H. J. Reynolds J. V/. Reynolds 



M. A. Rook 



S. M. Rowe 



ABOVE 

Top Row: 

CASSANDRA F. RAWN; Norristov/n. Pennsylvania; Chemistry. 

RICHARD LESLIE RAYBOLD; Alexandria; Chemistry. 

DOROTHY LOUISE RECTOR; Arlington: Government. 

DAVID THOMAS REEL; Bethesda, Maryland: Biology: Sigma Pi. 

MARY ALICE REGIER; Hampton; Mathematics. 

Bottom Row: 

LOURA M. REITZ; Bremerton, Washington: Chemistry. 

HARLAN JEROME REYNOLDS; Endicott, Nev/ York: Government. 

JOSEPH W. REYNOLDS; Norfolk; Business Administration: Pi Kappa 
Alpha. 

MARGARET ANNE ROOK; Richmond: Business Administration; Delta 

Delta Delta. 

SUSAN McGRAW ROWE; Hampton: English. 



BELOW 

Top Row: 

RICHARD BOOKMAN ROWLETT; Laramie, Wyoming: Business Admin- 
:s:ra!i^n- Phi Karra Alr^hd. 

DAVID ALLAN RUBENSTEIN; Long Beach, New York; Jurisprudence; 
Phi AI:Jho, 

PATRICIA SHREVE RUFFIN; Williamsburg: Chemistry: Gamma Phi Beta. 
BRUCE C. RUMAGE; Bayside, New York; Jurisprudence; Kappa Alpha. 
DAVID A. RUSKIN; Bradley Beach, New Jersey: Jurisprudence; Pi 
Lanihda Ph: 

JOAN MARIE SANDFORD; Wynnewood. Pennsylvania; English 
BETTY HALL SCHINDLER; Arlington; English. 

ROCHELLE JOY SCHLAPPRIZZI; Mamaroneck, New York; Spanish: Gam- 
ma Phi Beta, 



Bottom Bow: 

SANDRA SCOTT; Tallahassee. Florida; Fine Arts. 

MURIEL ELEANOR SEEKAMP; West Palm Beach. Florida: Business Ad- 

mir.isTa*. :ri 

GEORGE ROBERTS SEILER; Oakland, CaUlornia; Chemistry: Theta Delta 

Chi 

ANNE RANDOLPH SHORTT; Richmond: Sociology. 

WILLA MINDEL SIEGEL; Richmond. Psychology. 

NANCY JANE SIEGFRIED; Glasgow, Kentucky; Sociology. 

ALICE LUCILLE SMITH; Alexandria; Government. 

CAROLYN GERRY SMITH; Arlington: Government. 



B. Rowlett D. A. Rubenstein P '" P-. 



E, C, Ruma:;6 



D. A. Ruskin 



B. H. Schindler R 







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M. E. Seekamp G. R. Seller 



R. Short! 



W. M. Siegel N. J. Siegfried 



A. L. Smith 



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FRESHMEN 



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D. R. Smith 



H, F. Smith 



M. E. Smith 



R. H. Sn.: 



S. C. Smith 



A. C, Snvri" 



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A. Stern 



V. C. Stone 



ABOVE 



M. J. Stoneburq 



C. B. Suber 



Top Row: 

DAPHNA RUSSELL SMITH; Tallahassee, Florida; Mathematics. 
HELEN FAY SMITH; Riverhead, NewYork; Spanish. 

MARGARET ELIZABETH SMITH; W:lliamsburq: Business Administra- 
tion. 

ROBERT HAYDEN SMITH; Hampton; Business Administration; Lambda 
Chi Alpha, 

SHIRLEY CORRINE SMITH; Schenectady, New York; Psychology. 
RUTH ELIZABETH SNAPP; Winchester; Government. 
ANNE CAMPBELL SNYDER; Huntingdon, Pennsylvania: Fine Arts. 
PATRICIA lUNE SPELTZ; Memphis, Tennessee; History; Kappa Kappa 
Garr.n.d. 



Bottom Row: 

ALBERT STERN; New York. New York; Business Administration. 

VICTORIA CLAYTON STONE; Chicago, lUinois; Mathematics; Alpha Chi 

Omeqa 

MARY JANE STONEBURG; Wallkill, New York; Government, 

CAROLYN BAILEY SUBER; Darien, Connecticut: English: Chi Omega. 

DOROTHY ANNE SULZBERGER; Phoebus: Business Administration. 

HELEN ELIZABETH SWAINE; Manhasset, New York: Psychology: Pi 

B^la Phi. 

ROBERT D. SWEARINGEN; Mt. Lebanon, Pennsylvania: French. 

WILSON FREDERICK SWEENEY; Hamden, Connecticut; History: Sigma 

Alpha Epsilon. 



r. E. Thompson 



D. A. Sulzberger H. E. Swaine R. D. Sv/earinqen W. F. Sweeney 

BELOW 

Top Row: 

LESTER ANNE SYKES; Williamsburg: French. 

WALTER LEO TARVER; Hampton; Jurisprudence. 

BARTON TAYER; Brooklyn, New York; Chemistry: Pi Lambda Phi. 

JANE ELIZABETH THOMPSON; Mundelein, Illinois: Chemistry: Kappa 

Alpha Theta. 

JAMES CARLETON THOMSON. JR.; Portsmouth: Chemistry; Pi Kappa 

Alpha. 

Bottom Row; 

MARY JOANNE TINE; Ridgewood. New Jersey: Psychology: Kappa 

Delta. 

JOYCE DOROTHY TISDALE; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: Fine Arts. 

NORMAN LANCE TRUSTY; Hampton; Chemistry. 

GLENDA LEVON VALENTINE; Richmond; English. 

MARY MARCELLA VAN DEUSEN; Schenectady. New York; Psychology. 




1 Valentine 



Deusen 



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S. Van Volkenburqh H. Verberq 



F. L. Von Pippin J. Walker 







I really prefer (he W & M laundry 



H. L. Walsh 



S. E. Warner 



C. Washburne 



P. L. Weatherly 



ABOVE 

Top Row: 

SUSAN VAN VOLKENBURGH; Delmar, New York; Government; Delta 

Delia Delta. 

HELEN VERBURG; Fredericksburg; English. 

LOIS ANNE VILL; West Orange, New Jersey; Chemistry; Pi Beta Phi. 

FLORA LEE VON PIPPIN: Berryville; Jurisprudence. 

JANELLE WALKER; Smithiield; French; Gamma Phi Beta. 

Bottom Row: 

HELEN LYDA WALSH; Williamsburg; Jurisprudence. 

SONYA ELIZABETH WARNER; Houston, Texas; Chemistry; Gamma Phi 

Beta. 

MARY WORTH WARREN; White Stone; Fine Arts; Gamma Phi Beta. 

CATHARINE WASHBURNE; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Sociology; Kap- 
pa Alpha Theta. 

PATTY LYNN WEATHERLY; Big Stone Gap; English. 



BELOW 

Top Row: 

PHYLLIS JOAN WELCH; Arlington; Biology. 

NANCY ELIZABETH WELLS; Ft. McPherson. Georgia; Psychology; Delta 

VelM Oel'd, 

PATRICIA ANN WELLS; Falls Church; Fine Arts, 

NORVELL ANTHONY WERNER; Sarasota, Florida; Economics; Sigma 

Alcha Ecsilcr. 

DAVID HUNTER WESTON, JR.; Staunton; Fine Arts. 

SUSAN GRETCHEN WHALEY; Westfield, New Jersey; Psychology; Chi 

Omeqa 

MARGARET LOUISE WILDER; Marietta, Georgia; French; Gamma Phi 

Beta. 

DORIS LESLIE WILLIAMS; Springiield, New Jersey; Fine Arts. 



Bottom Row: 

MILES JOHN WINTERS; Portsmouth; Jurisprudence; Pi Kappa Alpha. 

MARTHA BOND WOLFE; Coebum; English. 

MARCO HOMER WOOD; Richmond; English. 

ANNA LOUISE WORRELL; Atlanta, Georgia; Psychology. 

JEAN CARYL WYCKOFF; Summitt, New Jersey; English; Kappa Kappa 

PAULETTE MARIE YATES; Alexandria; Spanish. 

CECILIA DORSEY YOUNG; Angier, North Carolina; Chemistry. 

ANTHONY ANDREW YURKO. JR.; Weirton, West Virginia; Chemistry; 

Siqma .Alcha Ersi-t-., 

ELEANOR JEAN ZIMMERMAN; Raritan, New Jersey; Chemistry. 



N. E. Wells 



P. A. Wells 



N. A. Werner D. H. Weston, Jr. 




'/haley 



D. L. Williams 




M. I. V.'intcTS 



M. B. Wolfe 



wv/ 1 /w I, mm 

M. H Wood A L. Worrell J. C. Wyckoff r. M. Yates C. D. Younq /a, /^. ., 

FRESHMEN 





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ACTIVITIES 





William and Mary is proud to claim the first chapter of Phi Beta Kappa, founded 
at the College on December 5, 1776. Since then the Society has become recog- 
nized as the most eminent of existing honor societies. On December 5, 1952, the 
Chapter celebrated its 176th Anniversary. At this occasion Professor Robert Penn 
Warren of Yale University presented an original narrative poem concerning 
Meriwether Lewis, and Professor Paul Bigelow Sears, also of Yale, gave an ad- 
dress entitled "In Pursuit of Innocence." 




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■/■''ilhams. Sealed: Dr. lackson, MarslGp., Juhnson, Fisher, Seif, Dr. Southworth, Humes, Alleman. Dr. Morion, Bradley, Hagberq, 
Mr. Nunn. Standing: Risjord, Sch: 11 ;nberg. Dr. Neiman, Ketterson, Nichols, Benham. 

OFFICERS 

GEORGE B. ZEHMER President 

JESS H. JACKSON . Vice-President 

S. D. SOUTHWORTH Recording Secretary 

FRASER NEIMAN Corresponding Secretary 

VERNON L. NUNN . Treasurer 

RICHARD L. MORTON Historian 

JOHN T. BALDWIN . . Marshal 

MEMBERS NOT PICTURED 

Bellina Bass Mary Lou Curry Ann Nelson Robert Turvene 

Barbara Bowman Martin Irons Laura Ramsay Nancy Yowell 

Nancy Child Jacqueline Keliam Jeraline Seelinger Harriet Willimon 

Virginia Gary Kathryn Palmer Beverly Simonton 

BETA KAPPA 

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The President's Aides, outstanding students in various phases of college life, 
act as personal assistants to the president. Ten students are automatically appoint- 
ed as Aides: Student Body President, Senior and Junior Class Presidents, Chair- 
men of the Men's and Women's Honor Councils, President of the Executive 
Council of W.S.C.G.A., Chairman of the Judicial Council, Presidents of Omicron 

Delta Kappa and Mortar Board, and Flat Hat Editor. In addition, there are tv^o 
members at large, one boy and one girl. 





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Staiidiaq; Scaler, Pie^idisiil Chaadle.". Hoaieo, iJallds, June. 



Mrs, Chandler, Dalt-n, Petrequin. Simo:. 



THE PRESIDENT'S AIDES FOR 1952-53 



John Ddlton 
Chief Aide 
Carmen Romeo 
Cary Scales 



John Munger 
Jean Ivladsen 
Nancy Child 
Beverly Simon Ion 
Sally Hammond 



Richard Dallas 
Nancy June 
Robert Hedell 
Scoll Petrequin 



THE P R E S I D E N T'S AIDES 



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Omicron Delta Kappa, National Leadership Honor Society for Men, was the 
first college honor society of national scope to accord recognition for eminence 
in extracurricular activities. The society has a three-fold purpose: to acknowledge 
high achievement and efficiency in collegiate activities; to bring together repre- 
sentative men from all phases of college life for cooperation in worthwhile en- 
deavor; and to unite members of the faculty and the student body on a basis of 
mutual interest and understanding. 




First Row: Dallon, Munqer, Wilde, Dallas, Dr. Miller. Dr. Southworth. Second Row: Carrithers, Fosler. Be; 



OFFICERS 



RICHARD B. DALLAS 
GALE CARRITHERS . 
WILLIAM G. GUY . 



S. D. Southworth 
lames W. Miller 



S. Bradford Besse 
Gale Carrithers 
Richard B. Dallas 



ACTIVE MEMBERS 

FACULTY AND ADMINISTRATION 
J. Wilfred Lambert 

STUDENTS 

John Dalton 
Murray Fosler 
Robert Mahaffy 
John Munger 



. President 

. Vice-President 

Secretary-Treasurer 



William G. Guy 
Louis J. Hoitsma 

Norman Risjord 
Carmen Romeo 
Henry Wilde 



OMICRON DELTA KAPPA 



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It is traditional for Mortar Board, the national senior honor society for women, 
to tap its new members at the spring convocation. Women are selected on the 
basis of service, scholarship, and leadership in college life. 

During the summer Mortar Board welcomes incoming freshmen with the 
booklet, "Here's How at William and Mary." This year the group continued its 
tutoring service, sponsored a fashion show, and held the annual "Smarty Party" 
tor girls outstanding in scholarship. 





Left to right; June. Child, Marston, Schwartz, Simonton. Madsen 



ACTIVE MEMBERS 



NANCY JUNE ... 






BEVERLY SIMONTON . . . 




Vice-President 


ALICE MARSTON .... 




. Treasurer 


BARBARA SCHWARTZ . . 






JEAN MADSEN 




. . Editor 


NANCY CHILD 


ADVISORS 


. Member 


Mrs. Harold Fowler 


Mrs. T. S. Cox 


Mrs. James Miller 



THE MORTAR BOARD 



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THE BACKDROP CLUB 




First Row: Abelow, Hellrich, Second Row: Shepard, Helms, Farley, NeuviUe, Lee, Johnson, Mauro. Third Row, Seated: Lunas, Owens, Gove, Wil- 
liams, Miller, Collins, Foster. Third Row, Standing: Keyian, Ottaway. Fourth Row: Thomas, Inge, Wilson, Marsland, Brown, Traxel, Joerndt, Regier, 

McDow, Pearce. Fifth Row: Hurley, Martin, Shawer, Clulow^. 



Since the spring of 1938 when the first 
Varsity Show was presented by the Back- 
drop Club, it has grown in popularity until 
it is now one of the most anticipated events 
on campus. The Varsity Show is also becom- 
ing well-known off campus, being rated 



eighth in the country among student written, 
directed, and produced musicals. It's not all 
work for the Club, though; a dance was giv- 
en in February in Phi Beta Kappa Hall, and 
the annual picnic was held in the spring. 
This year the Varsity Show was a fantasy 



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OFFICERS 

First Row: Neuville, Johnson. Helfrich, Lee. Sec=nd Row: Keyian, Farlsy, 

Abelow. 



in hell. The script was written by Bill Farley 
and Barry Wilson, and the music was han- 
dled by Al Richardson and Giles Quarles. 
With the aid of excellent scenery and fine 
lighting effects, the audience was led 
through a fantastic hell with the hero. Ang- 
els and devils abounded, and a great time 
was had by all. 

The show was directed by Bill Farley, with 
Lou Biggs doing the choreography and Al 
Richardson directing the music. Frances 
Dale was costume mistress, Bill Abelow was 
technical director, and Sam Keyian de- 
signed the sets. The business end of the 
Club was handled by its officers: Meade 
Johnson, president; Margie Lee, vice-presi- 
dent; Mary Helfrich, secretary; and Bob Neu- 
ville, treasurer. 

From circuses to "meller-dramers" to fan- 
tasies in hell, its always a good show. 



Right, Top to Bottom: The Critics, Trying out, Rehearsal, On the 
lighter side. 





Living up to the national reputation which it has established for itself, the 
College Choir again presented a varied and interesting program to its many ardent 
supporters. The group opened its concert season with the annual Christmas 
concert in December, and in response to the overwhelming demand this concert 
was a repetition of the preceeding year's pagent of familiar carols and hymns. 

Th spring concert, high-lighted by the compositions of Bach, Randall Thompson, 
and Jean Berger, was a rewarding experience to the members of the choir, as 
well as being rich and exciting to its listeners. 

Under the direction of Dr. Carl A. Fehr, the choir has established a standard 
of virtuosity that is surpassed by few singing groups of its kind in the country, 
and it is from this group that is drawn the mucleus of the choir which sings in the 
annual production of Paul Green's symphonic drama, "The Common Glory." 

The William and Mary Chorus, also under the direction of Dr. Fehr, is com- 
posed of one hundred fifty girls. It provides a fine opportunity for those who enjoy 
singing as a group, and the varied types of music, religious, classical, and popular, 
make the chorus an enjoyable experience for everyone. 



DR. CARL A. FEHR 




FjoiU Row, left to iiylit: Noilh, Thuiau, Wright, Spnn>jer, Butlers. E. Myeis, Aanes, Bachman, Fralin, Schulse, Lehew, Parr. Duncan, Evans, A. Johnson, 

Butler, Simonton, Zimmerman, Estes, Rosar. Geddes. Second Row: Alderson, Everhard, Golwin. Ozment, Chang, Nettles, A. Myers, Doyle, Zepht, 

McCray, Alabaster, Carlson, Huber, Lutlon, Daughtery. Gardner. Walkins. R. Johnson. Third Row: Neal, Birnbrauer, Martin. Bryden. Piland. Ehrhardt, R. 

Clark, A. Clark, M. Richardson, Besse. King, HiUiard, Marsh, McNeal, Stern, Seller, Quarles. 

WILLIAM AND MARY CHOIR 



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First Row: Newberry, West, Eddy, 
Wright, McClure, Schlaprizzi, Pal 
mer. Reynolds, Harcum. Lunas, Su 
ber. Pope, Kimber, Harris, Gray 
Ero, Whaley, DeHart, Male, Page, 
Florence, Clason, Mason, Deibert 

Second Row: Barry, Luhring, Blake- 
more, Warren. Chenowith, HuH, 
Shelia Eddy, King, Grant, Govo, 
McLaughlin, Verra, Farmer, Camp- 
bell, Rowe, Smith, Wilder, Bowman, 
Elias, Blachas, Carney, Edwards, 
Howard, Bailey. 

Third Row: Raymond, Thomas, 
Washburne, Williams, Holladay, 
Sykes, Petrie, Christian. Alfano, 
Pennell, Wannen, Armstrong, Pace, 
Ramsay, Bloxom, Massie, Savage, 
Edwards, Schoener, Owens, Shortt, 
Coddington, TurnacliH, Ottaway, 
Mortashed. 



First Row: Stone, Korns, Cromwell, Pal 
mer, Worrell, D. Smith, Lemos, Graves, 
Tine, Raleigh, Laux, Best, Hultquist 
Fooks, Portney. Corbett, Jackman, Scott 

Second Row: A. Smith, Decker, An 
drews, McWilliams, Binns, Tisdale, Tur 
ner, Gerken, Hobeck, Young, Doush 
kess, Van Volkenburgh, P. Welch 
Gibb, Kirsch, Hilton, Conrad, Stromberg 

Third Row: Camp, C. Welch, McLearen 
Hiner, Rector, Snyder, Owens, Archer 
S. Pope, Klingelhoter, Outten, Jacobs 
Boenitsch, B. Jones, Broaddus. Ramsay 
MacKenzie. 




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:: ■ ' * ■, : "Miller. Seated, second row: 'Miss Hunt, "Marshland, 'William, 'Farley, 

Brown, Mr. Haak. Slandmg: 'Thomas, Burns, 'Helms, 'Johnson, "Dale. 'Wilson. 'Mr. Scammon. 



DRAMATIC CLUB 

. . . offers valuable theatrical ex- 
perience and furthers interest in 
drama at William and Mary. 



OFFICERS 



FRANCES DALE 


President 


ANNA INGE 


Vice-President 


SUZANNE lOERNDT . 


- Secretary 


BILL FARLEY 


. Treasurer 


MISS ALTHEA HUNT 


. Advisor 



'Members of Theta Alpha Phi. national hon- 
orary dramatic society. 



WILLIAM AND MARY PLAYERS 



WILLIAM AND MARY THEATRE 



Kaulman and Dayton 



FIRST LADY 



.October 29-30, 1952 



Synge PLAY BOY OF THE WESTERN WORLD 



..December lO-U, 1952 



Giraudoux 



THE TROJAN WAR WILL NOT TAKE PLACE March 11-12, 1953 



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April 22-23, 1953 



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OFFICERS 
First Row: Irons. Second Row: Bell, Apostolou, Vujevich, Maddox, 
Cowling. Third Row: Sleinger, Hearn, Guthrie, Fitzhugh, Klinger, 
Flanagan, Dalton, Harris. Fourth Row: Rhea, Hamel, Nichols, Jackson, 
Bowman, Divers, Potts, Turvene. Fifth Row: Wilkinson, Pillow, Romeo, 
Shatynski, Click, Carrithers, Wallace, Martin. 



During the year outstanding seniors are designated 
"Distinguished Military Students." The following re- 
ceived this designation: 

JAMES D. APOSTOLOU 
FREDERICK BELL 
GALE CARRITHERS, JR. 
JOHN DALTON 
JOHN FLANAGAN 
THOMAS GUTHRIE 
ROBERT HAMEL 
GEORGE HARRIS 
MARTIN IRONS 
CHARLES JACKSON 
PAUL NICHOLS 
JAMES POWELL 
CARMEN ROMEO 
CHARLES WILLINGHAM 
WALLACE WILSEY 
JACK WOLF 



The ROTC of William and Mary has. within the past 
few years, become a prominent organization on the 
campus, with enrollment rising at approximately three 
hundred cadets, a record number at William and Mary. 
The primary function of this unit is to produce men 
capable of holding positions as commissioned officers 
in the Field Artillery. The course is composed of two 
phases, each two years in length. The basic course for 
freshmen and sophomores is an introduction to the 
basic elements of Field Artillery. In the advanced 
course, for juniors and seniors who have been selected 
on the merits of their scholastic record, the men are 
taught the more fundamental principals of Field Artil- 
lery. Classes are held twice weekly and each Wednes- 
day afternoon a two-hour drill period is conducted. 
During this weekly drill period, supervised by the 
cadet officers, the cadets become acquainted with the 
rudiments of drill and the cadet officers acquire ex- 
perience of directing and working with a group of 
men. 

Under the leadership of Colonel Polk J. Alkinson and 
his staff of officers, the cadet corps is organized into 
an artillery battalion, composed of a Battalion Staff, a 
Headquarters Battery, consisting of the Drum and Bugle 
Corps and the Drill Corps, and four batteries, "A," "B," 
"C," and "D." Frequent parades in the Sunken Gar- 
den give the college students and visitors an oppor- 
tunity to witness this organization functioning es a 
precise military unit. 

The six weeks summer camp, this summer being 
held at Fort Sill, Oklahoma, is a prerequisite for a 
reserve commission upon graduation. This camp must 
be attended during the third and fourth years of ad- 
vanced ROTC. The six weeks period is a highly con- 
centrated review of the techniques taught at school 
and an introduction to advanced techniques to bs 
mastered during the final year. 

The ROTC unit plays a notable role in the lives 
and futures of many William and Mary students. We 
are proud to accept it as an integral part of campus 
life. 



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"Football Hop," pep rallies, Homecoming Queen's 
float . . . these bring back memories to all students. 
But they were only a few of the varied activities spon- 
sored by the Pep Club. In September, the second hand 
bookstore was opened. The "Football Hop," held be- 
fore the Wake Forest game, was both a financial and 
a social success. In January a dance was held with 
the Varsity Club. 

The big project of the year was the construction of 
the Homecoming Queen's float which was pictured 
afterwards in many neighboring newspapers. The pep 



rally before the Homecoming game with the Uni- 
versity of Richmond was sponsored by the Pep Club. 
This rally included a bonfire and snake line, and was 
broadcast and televised over a local Richmond station. 

The Club tried to gain more support for baseball 
and track events, sponsored half-time entertainment 
during the basketball games, and showed movies of all 
off-campus football games to the students. 

This year's officers were Mickey MacCoy, president; 
Bart Helmuth, vice-president; Bebe Fisher, secretary; 
and Ruth Page, treasurer. 



THE PEP CLUB 



Front: MacCoy, WiUingham. First Row: Zaiser, W. Wilde, Petitt, Helmuth, Pontius, Price. Parker, H. Wilde, L. Smith. Second Row: Pearl. Arvin, Jacobs, 
Flippo, Hedrick, Melnick, R. Page, N. Bowman, Grigsby. A. Davis, Third Row: Bes:. Schli=f, Ruth, Leahey, P, Smith, Christian, Waring. Engleburt, 

Collins, Kimble, Morgan. Fourth Row: I. lohnson. Topping, R. Johnson, Onifer, Florence, Shortt, Bleick, Decker, Hurley, Andrews, 




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Lelt to Right: McCoy, H. Wilde, Bodley, Willinghdm, Bailey, W. Wilde, Parker. Not pictured: Barnes, Bowman. 



CHEERLEADERS 



The cheerleading squad brought louder and better 
cheers from the students this year under the enthusi- 
astic leadership of Willie Willingham. The squad was 
on hand at all the home football and basketball games 
to lead the cheering section and boost school spirit. 
Each year the cheerleaders travel to several football 
games to add their pep and spirit. This year they at- 
tended the V.M.I, game in Roanoke, the V.P.I, game 
in Blacksburg, and the Navy game in Annapolis. 

The squad helped to sponsor the pre-game and the 
half-time entertainment, the bonfires and snake lines, 
and the pep rallies. Every spring tryouts are held to 
fill the vacancies left by the graduating members, and 
special awards are given to the outstanding membe.s 
of the group for service each year. 

This year's squad included Dot Bailey, Bev Barnes, 
Bette Bodley, Jan Flippo, Tex Wilde, Jack Parker, 
Mickey MacCoy, and Winkie Wilde. 



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McCloskey, Young, Scheie. Crossel. 



The William and Mary Band was sparked by a new 
director this year, Mr. M. A. Quinto, director of the 
Peninsula Band, who took time off from his duties to 
reorganize and improve it. Under his leadership the 
band instruments were put into good shape, a new uni- 
form closet was built, and new and different marching 
formations were practiced. Mr. Quinto also instigated 
a practice of selecting student directors, so that they 
might have an opportunity to gain skill and confidence 
as leaders. The band was a colorful and lively addition 
to the home football games. It also contributed its 
spirited music to all the pep rallies, as well as march- 
ing in the Homecoming parade. 

The William and Mary Band was led by Ruth Hase- 
meyer, drum major. Adding a touch of pep and glam- 
our were majorettes Mary Ellen McCloskey, captain; 
Caroline Young, Barbara Crosset, and Marilyn Scheie. 



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VARSITY 



CLUB 



The Varsity Club was initiated into campus life at William and Mary in 1914. 
Its primary purpose was the furthering of college interest in intercollegiate 
athletics. 

Activities conducted by the club this year included the presentation of 
movies of football games, entertainment of visiting athletic teams, and cor- 
respondence with similar organizations in other colleges and universities. 
Special projects which have been successfully completed in the past few years 
have been the drafting and adoption of a new creed for William and Mary 
athletes, which incorporates such necessary qualities as character, leadership, 
scholarship, cooperation, and perseverance to aid in maintaining high stand- 
ards among all athletes on the campus; the revision of the constitution con- 
cerning admittance of members whereby the qualification standards were 
raised; and the purchase of a public address system for the gymnasium. This 
past year the special project of significance was the placement of a folder 
stand in the entrance hall of Blow Gymnasium. This stand contains pictures 
of all the present and past intercollegiate teams. 

The predominant social event of the year was the Varsity Club Dance, spon- 
sored jointly with the Pep Club. Of major importance also was the crowning 
of the Basketball Queen. The annual club picnic was held in the spring. 

This year's officers were Jim Shatynski, president; Sonny Cowling, vice- 
president; Scott Petrequin, secretary; and Al Kersey, treasurer. 




jIM SHATYNSKI 
President of the Varsity Club 




Standing left: Dr. Sands, right: Shatyn- 
ski. First Row: Petrequin. Cowling. 
Brown, Kersey. Second Row; Krog, 
Richardson. Lewis, Flanagan. Third 
Row; Wilde, Hines, Mioduszewski, Har- 
ris. Fourth Row: Sturgess, Aucamp, 
Jeffrey. Hume. Fifth Row: Pendleton, 
Helmuth. Sixth Row: Milfcovitch, South- 
well, Chase. Seated in the window; 
Drake, Boys. Standing: Scott. Lewis. 
Markos, Cornell. Aubin, Bednarik, 
Chambers, Savage, Green. 



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Participating in formal intercollegiate debating at William and Mary, the 
Debate Council has played a significant part in college activities during the 
past and hopes to do so in the future. Since the Council strives to stimulate 
free thought and discussion on campus, it sponsors varied discussions which 
are of interest to all students. In addition, high school debate teams are invited 
to participate in annual Marshall- Wythe Debating Tournament, sponsored by 
the Council. 

This year an Open House was held in September to welcome the new 
freshmen, at which President Alvin D. Chandler was the guest speaker. A 
brief, informal debate on the national election followed his address. The 
Council also presented debates on the cafeteria situation, and religion at 
William and Mary. 

Tau Kappa Alpha, the national honorary forensic fraternity, is composed of 
students who have participated creditably in the forensic program of the 
College. The Society encourages ability and interest in speech activities. 

This year's officers of the Debate Council were Arnold Lubasch, president; 
Paul Weinstein, vice-president; Allan Self, treasurer; and Althea Ilif, secretary. 
The Council was sponsored by C. Harper Anderson. 



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Seated: Wilsey, Hearn. Romeo, Manin, Hains, Hamei, Irons. Slandinq Pcwell. Shatynski, Bell, Vu]evich, Flanagan, Steinger. Aposlolou, Dal:-:. 

Guthrie. 



Scabbard and Blade is a national honorary military society represented on 
one hundred college campuses throughout the nation. Membership is drawn 
from outstanding members of the Reserve Officers' Training Corps, and this 
year totaled twenty seven. The local chapter is Company K of the Eighth 
Regiment, organized at William and Mary in 1949. It has taken the place of the 
Centurion Club founded by earlier members of the Reserve Officers' Training 
Corps. Thus in its ideas and aims it is a combination of the National Society 
of Scabbard and Blade and the Centurion Club. 

The Society works to increase student interest in the military department 
of the College as well as in the military affairs of the nation. It also aims 
toward military preparedness in the event of an emergency, and a greater 
understanding and cooperation between military and civilian groups. 

The group frequently takes time out from its military affairs to hold social 
gatherings. The outstanding social event of the past year was a banquet. 

This year's officers were Carmen Romeo, captain; Hosey Hearn, first lieuten- 
ant; Tom Guthrie, second lieutenant; and Dudley Martin, first sergeant. 

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CHI DELTA PHI 



Left to right: Binns, Evans. Hale. Leahey. Lehew, Allied. Spanqler. 




. . . national women's honorary liter- 
ary society, whose purpose is to en- 
courage literary interest, achievement, 
and talent. 



OFFICERS 

JANE HALE President 

NAN EVANS Vice-President 

KAY BINNS Secretary 

SARAH DEAN SPANGLER . . . Treasurer 
DR. WILLIAM H. McBURNEY . . . Advisor 



. . . national honorary ancient languag- 
es fraternity which fosters the study 
of Greek and Roman classics and cul- 
ture. 



OFFICERS 

JANICE FERRELL President 

GALE CARRITHERS .... Vice-President 
JULIA HAGLER . , . Recording Secretary 

DEAN ROBERTS Treasurer 

DR. ARCHIE RYLAND Advisor 



Sealed, leit to right: McDaniels, Lehew, Ferrell, Nemeth, Pulley, Roberts, Haqler, Dr. Ryan. 
Standing: Helrauth, Goldman, Dr. Wagener, Martin, Carrithers. 



E I A S I G 



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KAPPA CHI KAPPA 



First Row: Pitman, Ruth, Thomas. Second Row: B. Brown, Wax, Howard Key, M Brov/n 
Nettles, Beam. Slandinq: ?:■..- ' , ,. 



. . . open to all women students who 
are interested in service to the college, 
the community, and the Girl Scouts. 



OFFICERS 

ANNE HOWARD President 

PEARLE RAY KEY . , . Secretary-Treasurer 
SANDRA WAX . Girl Scout Coordinator 



. . . national honorary fraternity in edu- 
cation which constitutes a student 
group, admitted on scholarship and 
personal qualifications, and a coordin- 
ated state and national organization. 



OFFICERS 

ED AUBIN President 

JERRY SEELINGER Vice-President 

ELEANOR HUMES , Secretary 

DANELLA HEWITT , Treasurer 




Clockwiso seated; Richards, Humes, Hewitt, Johnson, Seelinger. Wachtman, Allen, 
Standing, leit to right: Bridges, Schwartz, Chase, Aubin. 



KAPPA DELTA PI 



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ARTS 



CLUB 



Standing, first row: Bozarth. lohnson. Sealed: Ottaway, Ruth Parrish. Standing, right: Mr. 

Roseberg. Sero"^ R"-'- r^'^-^ M.n.^r H,,<f ^r-h^n^r M.^k^<^i Third P'^v/- Wi!??«y ^ri^-^li^ 




Slaadmg, lei: :; ::^-;.t: Lhriick, Mapp, Cailson, Pcilmer, Low, Mr. Hasmeyer, NeuviUe, Sheild, 
Morgan, Cloud. Table back left, clockwise: Williams, Thompson, Pearl, Page, Table back right: 
Staubs, Robey, Hearn, Jay. Table front left: Page, Laird, Mark, Hoyle Table front right: Pierce, 

Ruth. Stoker, Turnacliff. 

BRIDGE 



. . . experiments and practices in old 
and new mediums in the fields of 
painting, sculpture, crafts, and archi- 
tecture. 



OFFICERS 
MARGUERITE BOZARTH .... President 
VIRGINIA POSTLES . . Vice-President 

KATHERINE FOLEY Secretary 

WALLACE V/ILSEY Treasurer 

MR. CARL ROSEBERG Advisor 



... a legitimate excuse for those who 

enjoy the grand old game and for 

those who want experience for the 

national tournament. 



OFFICERS 




WARREN LOW , 


President 


SALLY STOKER 


Secretary 


LYNN THOMSON 


Treasurer 


MR. HASEMEYER ... 


Advisor 



CLUB 



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FRENCH 



CLUB 



. stimulates an understanding of the 
French language and culture. 



OFFICERS 

ANNE NELSON President 

BEVERLY CLASON . . , ^ Vice President 
SARAH DEAN SPANGLER , . . Secretary 

RUTH PEYTON Treasurer 

MRS. JOANNA ARMSTRONG . . . Advisor 



. . . extends an excellent opportunity 
to students to make practical use of 
the Spanish language and to further 
their understanding of the Latin peo- 
ples. 



OFFICERS 

JEAN LANG President 

DIANA MARSH ... Vice-President 
ANNE SIDNER ... Secretary-Treasurer 
DR. JAMES D. CARTER Advisor 



Seated on couches left to right: Lyman, Blakemore, West, Verra, Thompson, Lawson Creiqhton 

Montgomery. Seatc--^ " -r.--^-: Yates, Clayson, Nelson. Seated ir. ' '- --- - •-'-'--i-, 

Alfano, Dc : ' -rmstrong. Standing: Fraiser, Seek:. 




Seated m center: Lang. Leii !o rigni: Seelinger, Camp, Korntilum. Valentino Erdman, Pool 
June, Mrs. Armstrong, Sidnor, Makovsky, Pugh, Marsh, Sperb. Standing: Watson, Dr. Carter! 



SPANISH CLUB 



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1 S T R Y CLUB 



Seated left to right: Kimbrouqh, Everhard, Lyon, Dr. Armstrong, Dr. Guy, Williams, Smith, 
Ward. Standing: Rosshiem. Marsh. Hill, Miller. Mathes, 




Seated in first rov/: Thomson, ^. ........ ght. Bain, Levine, Ward. Second Row: Rossheim, 

loachim. Standing: Dunkle, Wilde, Eisenberg, Bistrong, Deckert, Holbrook, Covington, Marsh, 

McMahon. 



... an opportunity for young chemists 
to present their knowledge and theor- 
ies on technical subjects. 



OFFICERS 

JIM HILL President 

ELAINE WILLIAMS . . Secretary-Treasurei 
DR. WILLIAM G. GUY Advisor 



. . . composed of students interested in 

pre-medicine, pre-dentistry, or related 

fields. 



OFFICERS 

WINFREDWARD President 

STANLEY BAIN Vice-President 

ALICE KNIGHT . . . Secretary-Treasurer 

DR. R. P. ASH Advisor 

DR. GORDON KEPPEL, M.D. . . . Advisor 



P R E-M E D I C A L CLUB 



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U S I c 



CLUB 



S=-ated, left to right: Ruth, Gary, Leahy, Murphy, Panish, Pool. Standing: June, Lee, Cox, 
Sedlock, KirchoH, Smith, Thomas, Sidner, Rassmussen, McCloskey, Bradley, Foley. 



. . . provides relaxing entertainment 
for persons not majoring in Fine Arts 
but who have an interest in good 



OFFICERS 

MOLLY MURPHY President 

CAROL LEAHEY .... Vice-President 

VIRGINIA GARY Secretary 

MACLOVIA RODRIGUEZ . . . Treasurer 



... a discussion group offering par- 
ticipation for those interested in litera- 
ture. 



OFFICERS 

ELEANOR HUMES Chairman 

PEGGY RICHARDS Chairman 




Seated, first step: Humes, Second step: Richards Green. Third step: Inaram. Fourth stop: 
Blackwell, Smith, Snyder, Toppinc: t .,...•■,.,., . r. i.., • ... c -. 



LITERATURE CLUB 



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PHILOSOPHY CLUB 



Seated on the Floor: Evans, Wadley, Burlord, Brooks, Guest Speaker McDonald, Murphy. 
Seated: Guest, N. Miller Key, Poindexter, Dr. S. Rome, Cattell Dr. B. Rome, Dr. Miller, 
Howard, Miss McQure, Thomas. Standing: L. Munger, Hiller, Kilpatrick, Allerran, Divers, 

Williamson, Speed. 




Clockv.'i:;.!. aiiur.d the :ab'.o: Barber, Stabile, Ingoe, CIulcw, French, Ba^s, Orr, Fitchenger, 
Robinson, Bryant, Dallas. Seated on table: Dr. Williams. Clockwise around right table; Dr. 
Wolin, Angle, Evans, Ellis, Stone, Meyer, Shriver, Smith, White, Madsen, Laughlin, Von 

Schilling. 



. . . arouses a lively exchange of opin- 
ions through discussion of controver- 
sial philosophical questions. 



OFFICERS 




BOB CATTELL 


President 


CAROLINE YOUNG . , 


Secretary 


DR. JAMES W. MILLER , 


Advisor 



. . . discusses and demonstrates topics 

in psychology which are of interest 

to the entire student body. 



OFFICERS 



DICK DALLAS . . 

BILL HARRIS 

NAN ELLIS , . 

JEAN MADSEN . . 

DR. STANLEY WILLIAMS 



. President 

Vice-President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 

Advisor 



PSYCHOLOGY CLUB 



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Clockwise: Corey, Savage, Settle, Wright, Hines, Burt, Hewitt, Abdill, Cline, Hill, Woodfield, 
Gushing, Bailey, Peyton, Stengle. 



. . . arranges and carries out activities 

of service to the community and to the 

National Red Cross. 



OFFICERS 




DANELLA HEWITT .... 


President 


CAROLYN BURT . . . 


. Secretary 


BARBARA CROSSET 


- Treasurer 



. . . the recognized professional society 
of management personnel in indus- 
try, commerce, government, and edu- 
cation. 



OFFICERS 




BOB MAHAFFY 


Presicteni 


WALLACE WILSEY . . First 


Vice-President 


JEAN LANG . . 


Secretary 


JACK MARTIN 


, Treasurer 


MR. CHARLES QUITTMEYER 


. Advisor 




First Row: Hundley, MahaHy, Martin, Wiisey. Second Row: He'. 
Modys, Mr. Ouittmeyer. Third Row: Kepley, Kenyon, Powell, H 



;: Jay, Parkor. 
^n, Macauley. 



SOCIETY FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF MANAGEMENT 



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WYTHE LAW CLUB 



Sealed, clockwise: Rogers, Lester, Dr. Cormack, Nixon, Mr. Anderson, Phelos. Boolh, Hall, 

Carter, Gordon. Standing: Buchheit, Kavaljean, Wesson, Gordon, West, Sawyer, Shebell, 

Pierce, Davis, Dunn, Maynard, Mullins. Massey. 




. . . brings together the law students 
of the College for addresses by prom- 
inent men in the field of law. 



OFFICERS 

ED PIERCE ChanceUor 

JAMES MURPHY . . Vice-Chancellor 

DIKRAN KAVALJIAN . . Clerk 

HILLSMAN WILSON Reporter 

ALLEN GORDON . . Bailiff 

DR. D. W. WOODBRIDGE Advisor 



. . . interdenominatignal organization 

composed of representatives of the 

various religious youth groups on the 

campus. 



OFFICERS 

JEAN RICHMOND President 

DICK FOWLER Vice-President 

EILEEN SEGAL . . . Recording Secretary 
GALE CARRITHERS . Corresponding Secretary 
DR. ANDREW C. HAIGH Advisor 



Sealed on the floor, left to right: , 

Richmond, Caiiittiers, Tayior, Carney. 



STUDENT RELIGIOUS UNION 



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B A L F U R - H I L L E L CLUB 



. . . promotes a cultural and religious 

program for Jewish students in which 

each member may participate. 



OFFICERS 




EILEEN SEGAL 


President 


WARREN WEISS . , , . 


Vice-President 


SALLY BAKER , . , . 


Secretary 


FRANKLIN FEIN .... 


Treasurer 


RABBI J. J. FINKLE . . . . 


. Advisor 



. . . unites Baptist students in close 
friendship through evening supper 
meetings and Sunday morning serv- 
ices. 



OFFICERS 




JIM GRANT 


. President 


DWIGHT TAYLOR . 


Vice-President 


MARY LOU PARDUE . 


. Secretary 


MRS. W, P. BATCHELDER . 


Advisor 




BAPTIST STUDENT UNION 



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CANTERBURY CLUB 




. . . offers the Episcopal student op- 
portunities for sharing in the extensive 
religious program, for lay reading, and 
for choral singing. 



OFFICERS 

DICK FOWLER Senior Warden 

SUE THURAU Junior Warden 

DOLLY COUTU Secretary 

LOIS KENDREW , Treasurer 

MR. HERBERT TUCKER Advisor 



. . . Catholic youth organization for col- 
lege students whose aim is religious, 
intellectual, and social progress. 



OFFICERS 

BETTY KUSTRUP . . , President 

CHARLES McNALLY - Vice-President 

DAN CALABRESE . . Recording Secretary 
DOLORES ONIFER . Corresponding Secretary 

DARREL HIGH Treasurer 

DR. O. F. SCHUETTE - . . Advisor 



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WESLEY FOUNDATION 



. . . youth group sponsored by the 
Methodist Church which contributes 
to an understanding of Christian faith 
through a program of fellowship, dis- 
cussion, worship, and recreation. 



OFFICERS 




DAVE DUNKLE 


Presidenl 


GINA BELL - - 


. Secretary 


JOHN MARSH 


, Treasurer 


MISS ESTHER H. ARTMAN . 


Advisor 




. . . fun and fellowship for the Presby- 
terian Sunday night "supper clubers." 



OFFICERS 

JACK HILLER . . . Presidenl 

BART HELMUTH . Vice-President 

JOAN FRENCH . Secretary 

SAM MITCHELL Treasurer 




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RICHARD DALLAS 
President 




EPSILON CHAPTER 



Oldest fraternity on the William and Mary campus . . . Epsilon 
Charge established in 1853 . . . This year was highlighted by the 
celebration of the 100th anniversary on campus . . . First Fraternity 
to use a pledge pin, have an official flag, issue an official publi- 
cation, and adopt an official flower and colors . . . Chapter was 
active in Flat Hat work, claiming Dick Dallas, managing editor 
. . . This year brothers awarded a scholarship to outstanding 
fraternity member, based on scholastic record and extra-curric- 
ular activities . . . On the calendar of social events was the Found- 
ers Day Banquet in the fall . . . Faculty and administration joined 
brothers and their dates at the annual Egg Nog Party before 
Christmas . . . Ann Allred was chosen sweetheart and crowned 
at the Christmas party . . . 106th annual Costume Dance was held 
in the spring. 

OFFICERS 

RICHARD DALLAS President 

PETER GIBLIN . Treasurer 

DONALD WOULFE , . . . . Recording Secretary 

RICHARD BIGELOW Corresponding Secretary 



T H E T A DELTA CHI 



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First Row: Asghar AH, Gerald Atwater, Jules Bacal, Ralph 
Belford, Richard Bigelow, Thomas Boys, Edward Coco. 

Second Row: Robert Coco, Richard Dallas, William Fennell, 
Peter Giblin, Carl Gieg, Kent Hackler, Thomas Hillman. 

Third Row: Peter Hino, Randall Hoes, Joel Jamison, Kent 
Kirwan, John Kris, Jay Lawrence, Otto Lowe. 

Fourth Row: Howard McCallen, John Mitchell, Allan Roby, 
Paul Rutkowski, Robert Schauf, George Seller, Dwight Tay- 
lor. 

Fiith Row: Harold Todhunter, William Twomey, Robert Wil- 
kinson, Donald Woulfe. 



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VIRGINIA KAPPA CHAPTER 



Virginia Kappa Chapter of Sigma Alpha Epsilon was estabhshed 
at Wilham and Mary in 1857, one year after its founding at the 
University of Alabama . . . Local chapter was discontinued after 
the Civil War and was eventually revived in 1925 as one of the 
129 active chapters throughout the nation . . . National member- 
ship totals 78,000 in forty-four states . . . Took third largest pledge 
class which totaled 18 . . . Brothers take en active part in athletics 
. . . Possessor of intramural sports trophy . . . Outstanding SAE 
was John Dalton, student body president . . . Chapter dedicated a 
plaque to Bob Benjamin and Odie Garrison who were killed in 
Korea . . . Spring was SAE's big social season with the highlights 
being the Founders Day Banquet in March at the Williamsburg 
Lodge, a formal Spring Dance in April, and a picnic at Jamestown 
in May. 

OFFICERS 

FRED ALLEN President 

JOHN WESTBERG Vice-President 

JOSEPH WELLER Secretary 

JOSEPH JAY . , Treasurer 



SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON 



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First Row: James Alderson, Fred Allen, Dwight Babcock, 
George Becouvarakis, Thomas Boberg, Tom Burke, Charles 
Cornell, Frank Cowling, John Dalton. 

Second Row: Lewis Dixon, Paul Duvall, Eugene Guess, 
Calvin Harris, James Heatherington, Quinby Hines, Swan- 
son Hornsby, William Humbert, Thomas Hunnicut. 

Third Row: Edwin James, Joseph Jay, John Krog, Earl Lassiter, 
Donald Layne, Rhea Lazarus, Thomas Lewis, James Mark 
Charles McNally. 

Fourth Row: Edmund Mioduszewski, Robert Mitchell, Charles 
Morton, Gerald Murchison, Frank Paskert, William Patton, 
Samuel Peele, Edwin Pierce, Charles Piluso. 

Fiith Row: Louis Pomponio, Dave Potts, Wilson Sweeney, 
Arthur Thompson, Joseph Weller, Norvell Werner, John 
Westberg, Wright Williamson, Barry Wilson. 

Sixth Row: Fred Wilson, Anthony Yurko. 



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GAMMA CHAPTER 



The first chapter of Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity was founded on 
March 1, 1868 at the University of Virginia . . . Gamma Chapter 
was established on the William and Mary campus three years 
later in 1871 and is now prominent among the five in the Old 
Dominion ... Pi Kappa Alpha was confined to the South for the 
first fortyone years of its history . . . Now has 109 chapters 

throughout the nation . . . Members are active in all phases of 
campus life . . . Well represented in intramural sports and varsity 
sports in basketball, swimming, and golf . . . Active in student 
government and on the Flat Hat . . . Christmas Formal at the 
Williamsburg Lodge began the fraternity's social season . . . 
Other memorable social functions were the State Founders Day 
Ball in Richmond, February 28, the Shipwreck Dance, and the 
annual Spring Picnic. 

OFFICERS 

NORMAN RISIORD President 

BRUCE RHEA ... Vice-President 

JAMES SURRATT Secretary 

JOSEPH BURKE Treasurer 



PI KAPPA ALPHA 



180 




First Row: Vernon Arvin, Philip Brown, Joseph Burke, James 
Carter, John Christofferson, Harry DeWalt, James Duff, Norris 
Edgerton. 

Second Row: William Griffin, Charles Gutherie, Thomas 
Guthene, James Harrison, Roland Howard, Brian Kent, Mark 
McCormick, Richard Miller, 

Third Row: William Nixon, Otis Odell, Joseph Reynolds, 
Bruce Rhea, Frank Riley, John Risjord, Norman Risjord, Rich- 
ard Rowlett. 

Fourth Row: Edward Snider, Donald Spivey, Laurance Stew- 
art, James Surratt, James Thomson, Robert Thurston, Robert 
Tyson, Terry White. 

Fifth Row: John Winters, Jack Wolfe, William Wray. 



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ROBERT HAMEL 
President 




ALPHA ZETA CHAPTER 



"Sons of Robert E. Lee" is the claim of Kappa Alpha's . . . Original 
chapter was founded at Washington and Lee University with the 
aid of General Robert E. Lee, then president of the College . . . 
Alpha Zela Chapter has been continually active longer than any 
other fraternity on campus . . . Well represented by brothers in 
collegiate and intramural sports, and in student government . . . 
Christmas social events included Black and White Ball and Christ- 
mas Serenade when Santa Claus presented candy canes to the 
girls . . . May brought the annual Southern Ball at which the 
chapter sweetheart was crowned . . . The Ball was proceeded by 
the Confederate Parade with a proclamation of secession from 
the Union . . . Brothers and their dates enjoyed a picnic and hay- 
ride in the spring, and an oyster roast was given for the pledges. 

OFFICERS 

ROBERT HAMEL President 

DAVID BERRY Vice-President 

STANLEY WARD , - . Secretary 

GEORGE VAKOS ■ Treasurer 



KAPPA ALPHA ORDER 



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First Row: Norton Ashman, Edward Aubin, David Berry, 
Harry Carver, Bert Chase, Martin Everhard, Rufus Gordon, 
Robert Grigsby. 

Second Row: Robert Hamel, John Harding, William Harris, 
Bernard Hartwig, Bruce Hathaway, George Haycox, Robert 
Hcitsma, Luther Kiger. 

Third Row: Peter Klinger, Lowe Lunsford, William Mathes, 
Idus McCurry, William Neal, John Parker, Bruce Rumage, 
Richard Savage. 

Fourth Row: Cary Scates, Robert Sprouse, Jack Stabile, John 
Stanley, Scott Stone, Wallace Stubbs, George Vakos, Stanley 

Ward. 

Fifth Row: Raiford Whitfield, John Williams, Lany Young. 








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President 




Nu Chapter of Kappa Sigma was established at William and 
Mary in 1890 . . . Kappa Sigma Fraternity was founded at the 
University of Virginia in 1869 ... At present time the fraternity 
has 125 active chapters and more than 80 alumni chapters all 
over the United States and Canada . . . Outstanding in leadership, 
Kappa Sigma claimed Bob Hedelt, editor of the Flat Hat and 
Tex Wilde, vice-president of the student body, as well as head 
cheerleader, Willie Willingham . . . Other members held positions 
in student government and were active in athletics . . . Chapter 
presents awards to members outstanding in scholarship and 
athletics . . . Rated third on campus scholastically . . . Highlight- 
ing the social functions of the year were the Sweetheart Ball 
at which Libby Lewis was crowned chapter sweetheart, and the 
Kappa Sigma Weekend which included a formal dance, beach 
party and picnic. 



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SCOTT PETREQUIN 
JAMES CHASE 
DEAN ROBERTS 
JAMES SHATYNSKI 



President 

Vice-President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 



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First Row: Richard Blanchard, Ronald Blankenship, Walter 
Brodie, Gale Carrithers, James Chase, Richard Clark, Robert 
Clark, Richard Fowler. 

Second Row: Russell Gills, Robert Hedelt, Walter Herkness, 
Herndon Jenkins, Thomas Kenyon, John Kepley, William 
Kern, Raymond Kimbrough. 

Third Row: Joseph Kinder, John Laughlin, James Lawrence, 
Francis MacCoy, John Marsh, Earl McNeal, Norman Mcom- 
jian, Scott Petrequin. 

Fourth Row: Edward Phillips, Robert Rapp, Dean Roberts, 
James Shatynski, Robert Smith, Phillip Snead, Robert Stew- 
art, James Tardy. 

Fiith Row: Robert Turvene, Henry Wilde, William Wilde, 
Charles Willingham. 



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ALPHA THETA CHAPTER 



Phi Kappa Tau came to William and Mary in 1926 with the 
establishment of Alpha Theta Chapter . . . The fraternity was 
founded at the University of Miami in Ohio . . . Outstanding Phi 
Tau was Bob Mahafiy, business manager of the Colonial Echo 
. . . Brothers placed third in interfraternity athletics in both football 
and swimming . . . Became campus volleyball champions by 
beating the Faculty Team, otherwise known as the "Independent 
Champs" . . . Pledge class totaled 15 . . . Open houses and the 
Faculty Tea in October began the social functions for the year, 
followed by highlights such as the Christmas Formal and Cocktail 
Party at which Patty Perkins was crowned "Phi Kappa Tau Sweet- 
heart" . . . Spring followed with a formal dance at the Williams- 
burg Lodge, a picnic with the Alpha Chi's, and the annual York- 
town picnic. 

OFFICERS 

JACK STEINGER President 

DAVID BELEW Vice-President 

WALLACE WILSEY . . Secretary 

ROBERT MODYS - . Treasurer 



PHI KAPPA TAU 



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First Row: John Alden, William Annett, Thomas Athey, Peter 
Austin, Clyde Barker, Robert Barrett, David Belew, Donald 
Berryman, William Bickler. 

Second Row: Lee Brooks, William Butler, Earl Call, Robert 
Cattell, Robert Chandler, Howard Cline, Jeremy Clulow, 
Dudley Connors, Charles Cottrell. 

Third Row: Joseph Cutler, Ronald Drake, Ross Filion, Peter 
Griffin, William Haynsworth, Paul Hickey, Posie Hundley, 
Donald Jeffry, Wayne Jones. 

Fourth Row: William Kepner, George Kilpatrick, Alonzo 
Kittinger, Robert Lawrence, Oren Lewis, Robert Mahaffy, 
Jack Martin, Ackley Melson, David Metz. 

Filth Row: Robert Modys, Thomas Parrish, Carl Pearl, Jack 
Place, V/illiam Ragland, Allan Richardson, Michael Richard- 
son, Charles Saunders, James Shrader. 

Sixth Row: Jack Steinger, Hubert VanDrimmelen, Gordon 
Vliet, George Walter, William White, Wallace Wilsey. 



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_FORD BESSE 
President 



One of the largest national fraternities, Lambda Chi Alpha has 
141 chapters located on campuses in the United States and 
Canada . . . Epsilon Alpha Chapter established at William and 
Mary in 1927 and was 73rd chapter of Lambda Chi Alpha . . . 
This year brothers celebrated the chapter's Silver Anniversary 
at William and Mary . . . Epsilon Alpha received Lambda Chi 
Alpha National Scholarship Trophy . . . Chapter wes represented 
in student government by John Munger, chairman of the Men's 
Honor Council . . . Three big social functions of the year were 
traditional Christmas Dinner Dance held at Williamsburg Lodge, 
State Founders Day Ball held in March at Richmond, and the 
annual basketball game between Lambda Chi Alpha and Alpha 

Chi Omega followed by a gala party . . . The brothers chose 
June Shearer as their sweetheart at the Christmas Dance. 



OFFICERS 



EPSILON ALPHA CHAPTER 



BRADFORD BESSE 
RALPH RIGBY , 
DONALD DARNTON . 
GEORGE SOUTHWELL 



President 

VicePresidenl 

. Secretary 

Treasurer 



LAMBDA CHI ALPHA 



188 




First Row: Glenn Bailey, William Baskett, Robert Batchelder, 
Bradford Besse, Anastas Boonard, Ray Bourne, James Bryden. 

Second Row: Daniel Calabrese, Albert Crow, Robert Daniel, 

Donald Darnton, Henry Dressel, William Farley, Robert Gib- 
bons. 

Third Row: Marvin Gill, Howard Golwen, James Hardcastle, 
Edward Hill, Rodney Lawrence, James Leftwich, Warren Low. 

Fourth Row: William May, William Moseley, John Munger, 
Harold Posey, Ralph Rigby, Leo Schutte, Gerald Simpson. 

Filth Row: Fred Smith, Robert Smith, George Southwell, Ed- 
ward Trice. 



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President 



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TAU CHAPTER 



Tau Chapter of Phi Alpha Fraternity was installed at William 
and Mary by rechartering of local fraternity Zeta Theta Pi, on 
February 22, 1927 . . . Originated at George Washington Univer- 
sity . . . Places special emphasis and pride on its true nonsectar- 
ian principals and practices . . . Excellent scholastic standing, 
rated second on campus . . . Brothers were active in publications, 
William and Mary Theater and Debate Council . . . Proud to 
claim Arnie Lubasch, chosen new editor of the Flat Hat, and 
Nate Carb, sports editor . . . Phi Alpha's entertained royally and 
heading the list of social events was the Rho-Tau Formal held 
February 6th and 7th, first night at the Williamsburg Lodge and 
second night in Richmond . . . Other social highlights were the 
Christmas Formal, the Senior Banquet at which a plaque was 
presented to the outstanding departing senior, and the annual 
spring hayride and picnic. 

OFFICERS 

NATHAN CARB President 

SAMUEL KEYIAN Vice-President 

GEORGE MARTIN Secretary 

RALPH GOULSTON Treasurer 



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ALPHA 



190 




First Row: Ira Brecher, Nathan Carb, Alvin Fox, Milton Glas- 
ser, Minton Goldman. 

Second Row: Gerald Gordon, Ralph Goulston, Anthony Han- 
nold, Roger Hill, Samuel Keyian. 

Third Row: Donald Lawrence, Joe Levy, George Martin, 
Roger Ormerod, David Rubenstein. 

Foiurth Row: John Scozzari, Paul Weinstein, Ronald Zucker- 
man. 



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Virginia Psi Chapter of Pi Lambda Phi estabhshed at William and 
Mary in 1929 with 10 charter members . . . Fraternity was founded 
at Yale University in 1865 ... A brotherhood which recognizes 
men on the basis of their ability, ideals, and forward looking 
attitude . . . Took largest number of pledges with final total of 
23 . . . Achieved high scholastic standing, fourth on campus . . . 
Members are active in all campus organizations . . . Well repre- 
sented in sports, particularly intramural basketball, varsity foot- 
ball, and basketball . . . Chapter was awarded Second Intramural 
Swimming Trophy . . . Fall was the big season for social events 
during the year, with the Candle-Cafe Party and the Shipwreck 
Dance held in November, the Pi Lambda and SAE joint pledge 
party in December, and the fall outing at Jay Levinson's farm 
. . . Brothers celebrated Founders Day in March . . . Chose Fay 
Clark as fraternity sweetheart. 



OFFICERS 



VIRGINIA PSI CHAPTER 



JULIUS POMS , 
WARREN WEISS 
TODD DuVAL . 
JOEL BLENDON 



- President 

Vice-President 

. Secretary 

Treasurer 



PHI LAMBDA PHI 



192 




First Row: William Abelow, Les Baker, Richard Bennett, Her- 
bert Bistrong, Joel Blenden, Albert Bromberg, Hunt Brown, 
Jack Buchheit, Paul Cahn. 

Second Row: Donald Comiter, Steve Diamond, Thomas Du- 
val, Maynard Ehrenworth, Simon Eisenberg, Ronald Eisner, 
Frank Fein, Bernard Feldman, Ronald Fidell. 

Third Row: Dante Fiorini, Edgar Gladstone, Herbert Goldberg, 
Herbert Goldstein, Ray Grassi, Alfred Gross, Michael Hanft, 
David Hughes, Gary Joachim. 

Fourth Row: Alan Kalkin, Henry Kaplan, John Kontopanos, 
Harvey Lasky, Morton Lembeck, Ira Levine, William Levine, 
Art Meyers, Leonard Meyerson. 

Fifth Row: Roland Nemeth, Robert Neuville, John Pires, 
Julius Poms, David Ruskin, Bruce Saxe, Allan Seif, Leonard 
Silver, Albert Stern. 

Sixth Row: Robert Stern, Barton Tayer, Walter Trent, Arnold 
Wachsman, William Wagman, Warren Weiss, Edward Wolfe. 



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JtFFERSON DAVIS 
President 




ALPHA ETA CHAPTER 



One of the most recent additions to the William and Mary fra- 
ternity group, Alpha Eta Chapter of Sigma Pi was established 
here in 1931 . . . Sigma Pi Fraternity was founded at Vincennes 
University in 1897 . . . Grown to include 55 chapters throughout 
the nation . . . Only national fraternity to use a Greek Cross as 
its badge . . . Chapter received the President's Scholarship Cup 
for highest scholastic average . . . Sigma Pi's particularly noted 
for singing talent . . . Campus always looks forward to their sere- 
nades . . . Well represented in the Choir, William and Mary 
Theatre, and other campus activities . . . Claim Murray Foster, 
president of the Interfraternity Council . . . Heading the list of 
social functions was the Founders Day Banquet at the Williams- 
burg Lodge followed by the Orchid Ball ... At the Ball brothers 
crowned their new sweetheart and presented dates with orchids 
. . . Chapter also enjoyed the Christmas Formal held in Great 
Hall, and a spring picnic. 

OFFICERS 

JEFFERSON DAVIS President 

ROBERT SMITH Vice-President 

JAMES BARHAM Secretary 

JAMES DANIEL Treasurer 



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First Row: Carl Anderson, Stanley Bain, James Barham, Fred 
Bell, Jay Birnbrauer, George Burns, Joseph Champion, James 
Daniel. 

Second Row: Jefferson Davis, David Dunkle, Thomas Ehr- 
hardt, William Forbes, Murray Foster, Allen Gardner, Donald 
Glover, James Grant. 

Third Row: Barion Hellmuth, Milburn Hines, Meade Johnson, 

Alfred King, William Martin, George McDaniel, Richard Mc- 
Kee, Jess Miller. 

Fourih Row: Richard Pendleton, James Powell, Giles Quarles, 
David Reel, Dave Rittenhouse, Lewis Saunders, Lann Smith, 
James Wesson. 

Fiith Row: Aubrey Witherington. 




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ilANLtY BRYAN 
Commander 




Sigma Nu Fraternity returned to William and Mary with the 
reactivation of Epsilon Iota Chapter on February 23, 1952 . . . 
Founded at the Virginia Military Institute . . . Installation of the 
fraternity on campus marked the 30th anniversary of the estab- 
lishment of Sigma Nu at William and Mary . . . Chapter was well 
represented in college activities . . . Very active in varsity and 
intramural sports, namely football, basketball, volleyball and 
bowling . . . Won intramural football championship . . . Scholar- 
ship Key given to Sigma Nu with best scholastic record . . . 
Social calendar scheduled White Star Formal in the Spring, at 
which the chapter crowned its new sweetheart . . . Social season 
also included annual Christmas party, Founders Day Banquet, 
pinning serenades, Christmas serenade, and spring picnic. 

OFFICERS 



EPSILON IOTA CHAPTER 



STANLEY BRYAN 
GERALD HARRIS ^ 
GEORGE RITZEL 
ROGER GROETTUM 



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Lieutenant Commander 

Recorder 

Treasurer 



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190 




First Row: James Apostolou James Bernhardt, Laurence Bob- 
bin, Stanley Bryan, Alan Canfield, Hardy Cofer, Charles 
Copeland. 

Second Row: John Corey, Richard Gonier, Robert Green, 
Roger Groettum, Gerald Harris, Rene Henry, William Hil- 
liard. 

Third Row: Thomas Justice, Alton Kersey, John Lowell, Mil- 
ton Maddox, Pete Markos, Frank McCann, Bruce Muni. 

Fourth Row: Edward Novak, Gilbert Parmele, Kenneth Pi- 
land, Marshall Ries, George Ritzel, Ernest Rudin, James Seu. 

Fifih Row: Charles Turner, Tony Vujevich, George Walker, 
Hillsman Wilson. 



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;; JKRAY FOSTER 
President of the Interfraternity Council 



The aim of the Interfraternity Council, as set forth in its constitution, is to 
promote cordial relationships among the men's social fraternities by providing 
a common medium through which to act. The Council encourages interfraternity 
athletics, as well as scholarship. It establishes rules governing both general 
fraternity activities and rush, including pledging and initiation. The rushing rules 
cover the dates of rushing, formal rushing regulations, eligibility, and initiaton. 
The Council has the right to conduct trials if there is any violation of these rules. 

The Council works as a service organization not only to the College but to 
the community as a whole. During orientation week of the fall semester, a general 
meeting was held to explain the fraternity system to all entering students to aid 
them in understanding and observing rushing rules. In addition, the Council 
cooperated with the Red Cross in sponsoring a blood drive each semester. A 
new project adopted by the Council was the collection of clothing for Eastern 
State Hospital. Throughout the year the group worked to solve the problems of 
the fraternities and to improve such conditions as overcrowded lodges on 
weekends. 

Each of the eleven fraternities is represented in the Council by its president 
and a second member elected from the fraternity. Officers of the Council are 
elected from these second representatives for a term of one year. The president 
of the Council for the past year was Murray Foster. 



NTER-FRATERNITY COUNCIL 



198 




Seated on couches; Bozarth, Lang, Cuiry, Stone, Kyster, Henderson, Ingoe. Back Row; Schulse, Muiphy, Ftsiier, Rassmussen, Bowtuan, Bradley, Ash, 

Hancock, Robinson, Egger. Kramer, Griffith. 



The Pan-Hellenic Council consists of two delegates from each of the nine 
sororities on campus, who meet regularly to discuss questions of interest to the 
College and to the fraternity system. It cooperates with the National Pan-Hellenic 
Congress in maintaining high ideals of scholarship and promoting inter-sorority 
relations within the College. 

The Council regulates and governs both fall and February rushing, as well as 
pledging and initiation of sorority women. This year it attempted to improve 
the quota-limit system by restricting the system to freshmen only and by elimin- 
ating unsatisfactory elements of the original system. In addition, the group worked 
on the problem of changing the dates of formal rushing in order to avoid the loss 
of time in academic work. 

Each year a plaque is presented to the sorority whose pledge class attains the 
highest scholastic average. The Council also continued its project, initiated by 
the 1951-52 delegates, of awarding a scholarship to an outstanding sophomore 
woman. To raise money for this scholarship a talent show was sponsored during 
the second semester in which the pledge class of each sorority presented a skit. 

During the fall a tea was held for members of the Council and alumnae of the 
various sororities. 

The officers for 1952-53 were Lee Bradley, President; Judy Robinson, vice- 
President; Barbara Bowman, Secretary; and Nona Schulse, Treasurer. The ad- 
visors were Miss Marguerite Wynne-Roberts and Dean J. D. Farrar. 




President of the Pan-Hellenic Council 



P A N - H E L L E N I C COUNCIL 



199 



First Row: Shirley Archer, Fahy Baker, Carolyn Barber, 
Helen Barber, Page Beck, Mary Broaddus, Camille Butler, 
Nancy Child, Mary Collier. 

Second Row: Josephine Garrett, Dorothy Gutherie, Joan Han- 
sen, Charlotte Henderson, Jennifer Hilton, Suzanne Hunter, 
Martha Jordan, Carol Kavanagh, Elizabeth King. 
Third Row: Joanne Lore, Shirley Lyons, Joan Mattson, Bar- 
bara McCall, Shirley McGinnis, Alice Mott, Anne Myers, 
Eunice Myers, Mary Myers. 

Fourth Row: Joyce Outten, Martha Parker, Marilyn Parr, 
Patricia Perkins, Martha Poindexter, Virginia Prichard, Diane 
Renninger, Ann Reynolds, Mary Lou Riggen. 

Filth Row: Treazure Rissinger, Alison Sandlass, Marilyn 
Scheie, Margie Schroeder, Marcia Sefrin, Betty Sheppard, 
Patricia Smith, Shirley Smith, Patricia Sperb. 

Sixth Row: Elsa Stromberg, Carolyn Suber, Roberta Wadley, 
Susan Whaley, Marjorie Willard, Beverly Winn, Jean Wood- 
field, Marion Yount, Ann Zimmerman. 




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Omicron Beta Chapter of Chi Omega was the hrst national sorority 
to be established at William and Mary in 1921 . . . Founded at 
the University of Arkansas on April 5, 1895 . . . Chi Omega is 
today the largest national sorority with 1 1 1 chapters . . . Chapter 
contributes to the support of a German orphan as a special charity 
project . . . Sociology Prize awarded annually to senior with the 
highest average majoring in that field . . . Chi O's honored by 
winning first prize for Homecoming Float along with Kappa 
Delta . . . Claimed Kappa Alpha and Phi Kappa Tau sweethearts, 
Helen Barber and Patty Perkins . . . WSCGA president and Mortar 
Board member was Chi O Nan Child . . . Represented by two 
members on Women's Honor Council . . . Chi Omega Carnation 
Ball and Banquet in the spring and the annual Christmas Party 
highlighted the social events of the year. 





OFFICERS 




HELEN BARBER 




President 


NANCY CHILD 




Vice-President 


EUNICE MEYERS 




Secretary 


MARTHA PARKER , 




Treasurer 








HELEN BARBER 
President 




OMICRON BETA CHAPTER 



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201 



First Row: Joanna Allen, Ann Allred, Jean Andrews, Shelly 
Bailey, Alexandra Bettiger, Mary K. Binns, Lee Bradley, Vir- 
ginia Broaddus, Patricia Crews. 

Second Row: Barbara Crosset, Madge Gushing, Nelia Dag- 
gett, Margaret Donnelly, Carolyn Estes, Sylvia Evans, Helen 
Grinnan, Katharine Hancock, Danella Hewitt. 

Third Row: Barbara Higbee, Roberta Jackman, Betlie James, 
Pearle Key, Cynthia Kimbrcugh, Jean Lang, Patricia Lewis, 
Sally Little, Margery Lloyd. 

Foxirth Row: Velma Lyne, Nancy Matthews, Mary E. Mc- 
Closkey, Betsy Neale, Laura Ramsay, Carol Raymond, Eliza- 
beth Ross, Anne Sidner, Ann Smith. 

Filth Row: Barbara Smith, Barbara J. Smith, Rebecca Smith, 
Temple Snidow, Anne Sobers, Patricia Thaden, Margie 
Thomas, Jane Thompson, Eugenia Turner. 

Sixth Row: Nancy Waggoner, Patricia Wall, Catherine Wash- 
burne. 



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Girls and Dolls 



Shirts and Legs 



Kappa Alpha Theta, the first women's fraternity, was founded at 
DePauw University, Greencastle, Indiana, on January 27, 1870 
. . . Beta Lambda established as second sorority on campus ... 79 
chapters of Theta in various colleges in the country . . . Education- 
al program developed by local chapter has been adopted as a 
national policy . . . Special sorority project is giving aid to the 
Institute of Logopedicsum in Wichita, Kansas . . . Theta claimed 
Lee Bradley, president of the Pan-Hellenic Council . . . Chapter 
active in WSCGA . . . Managing editor of the Flat Hat is Theta, 
Madge Gushing . . . Theta Delta Chi chose Ann Allred as fraternity 
sweetheart . . . Mary Ellen McCloskey one of Echo beauties . . . 
Carolyn Estes chosen as Princess of Tobacco and Apple Blossom 
Festivals . . . Annual Dinner Dance at the Williamsburg Lodge 
and Presentation Dance honoring the new pledges were main 
social activities of the year. 

OFFICERS 

BARBARA E. SMITH President 

LAURA RAMSEY Vice-President 

DANELLA HEWITT ... Secretary 

BARBARA J. SMITH Treasurer 




BARBARA SMITH 
President 




BETA LAMBDA CHAPTER 



KAPPA ALPHA THETA 



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First Row: Evelyn Abdill, Susan Allen, Carolyn Ash, Marjone baylor, Penny 
Brown, Mary Bryan, Carolyn Burt, Ann Callihan, Virginia Campbell. 

Second Bow: Dorothy Chapman, Suzanne Colclough, Sally Dahm, Janet Dan- 
dridge, Barbara Diggs, Jane Dougherty, Nancy Ellis, Lee Everitt, Janice Fer- 
rell. 

Third Row: Alice Fisher, Mela Fooks, Joan French, Cynthia Frye, Patricia 
Gray, Ann Hines, Margaret Ives, Sarah Ives, Sue Johnson. 

Fourth Row: Jacqueline Kellam, Trible King, Betty Kustrup, Ann Lockw^ood, 
Eleanor Lundberg, Barbara Marsland, Joan McCarthy, Marguerite McLaugh- 
lin, Nancy Messick. 

Filth Row: Christine Montgomery, Polly Morgan, Jo Ann Napolino, Martha 
Page, Ruth Page, Jean Richmond, Judy Robinson, Mary Ellen Romney, Bar- 
bara Sandwick. 

Sixth Row: Ann Savage, Barbara Schwartz, Kay Sheild, Marcia Silten, Bar- 
bara Skinner, Patty Speltz, Sally Stoker, Jane Taylor, Elaine Thomas. 

Seventh Row: Sue Thurau, Barbara Tignor, Diane West, Betty Wright, Jean 
Wyckoff, Bettye Zepht. 



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Kappa Kappa Gamma established first chapter at Monmouth 
College, Monmouth, Illinois on October 13, 1870 . . . Gamma 
Kappa Chapter became third sorority at the College of William 
and Mary on February 16, 1923 ... 83 chapters in colleges 
across the nation . . . Charity work includes a project at the 
Hampton Orphan Home for colored children . . . Scholarship en- 
couraged by giving award to top ranking girl in each class . . . 
Kappa's pledged 20 girls during fall rushing . . . Claimed Barbara 
Schwartz, Mortar Board mem.ber and associate editor of the 
Colonial Echo . . . Outstanding in WSCGA activities were Janice 
Ferrell and Virginia Campbell . . . Chapter played an active 
part in women's athletics, as well as in student government and 
publications . . . Represented in Homecoming Court by Ann 
Savage . . . Leading the social activities were the Spring Formal 
and the Greenwich Village Costume Dance. 




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President 



OFFICERS 




ALICE FISHER 
NANCY ELLIS 
VIRGINIA CAMPBELL 
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President 

Vice-Presiden! 

Secretary 

Treasurer 



GAMMA KAPPA CHAPTER 



KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA 



205 



First Row: Joan Alleman, Ann Angle, Dorothy Bailey, Barbara Barker. Bev 

erly Barnes, Bettina Bass, Patricia Beggs, Carolyn Bell, Judith Bell, Virginij 

Bell. 

Second Row: Barbara Bennett, Lou Biggs, Julie Bleick, Bette Bodley, Eliz,. 

beth Booth, Joan Booth, Barbara Bowman, Lee Bowman, Martha Brockei. 

brough, Mary Brown. 

Third Row: Margaret Bunting. Baynham Campbell. Jeanne Carmody, Sara 

Cronk. Ann Davis. Withers Davis, Nancy Dixon, Mary Dodson, Sandra Doyle, 

Ann Fichtenger. 

Fourth How: Patricia Florence, Beth Forester, Charlene Foster. Julia Haglei 

Barbara Harshaw. Ruth Hasemeyer, Darrell High, Ann Ingoe. Anne Ivory, 

Saville Jett. 

Fifth Row: Ann Johnson. Lois Kendrew. Jane Kesler. Mary Knabb. Alice 

Knight. Catherine Sue Lee, Joan McWilliams, Alice Marslon. Jane McClure, 

Nancy McCray.' 

Sixth Row: Julia McDaniel, Allison Mercer, Maryann Miller, Nancy Mink. 

Barbara Mitchell, Joann Mitchell, Sharon Montgomery, Ann Parker, Joanne 

Payez. Patricia Petitt. 

Seventh Row: Mary Ann Pickelt, Margaret Pontius. Mary Ramsey. Claire 

Rankine. Barbara Regan. Elizabeth Schalfer. Anne Schauer, Betsy Skinker, 

Shirley Staubs, Elizabeth Swaine. 

Eiqhth Row: Suzanne Trimble, Lois Vill. Peggy Waring, Betty Ann Wills, 

Sarah Ann Wright. «. 




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Pi Beta Phi is represented by 99 active chapters on college 
campuses . . . Founded at Monmouth College, Monmouth, illinois 
in 1867 . . . Virginia Gamma Chapter established at William and 
Mary in 1925 . . . Chapter holds a sale each year to aid in the 
Settlement School ... Pi Phi's received 26 pledges during fall 
rushing . . . Prominent in campus organizations, Pi Phi's partici- 
pated actively in WSCGA, student government, and women's 
athletics . . . Also represented by three members on Cheerleading 
Squad . . . Claimed a large share of the campus beauties, with 
Dot Bailey reigning as Homecoming Queen and three Pi Phi's in 
her court . . . Varsity Club chose Ann Johnson as Basketball 
Queen in January . . . Lou Biggs and Ann Parker were selected 
by student vote to be Colonial Echo beauties . . . Christmas 
Presentation Dance for pledges and the Spring Formal were 
featured social functions of the year. 



OFFICERS 



ALICE MARSTON 
BARBARA BOWMAN 
JOAN BOOTH 
MARY KNABB 



President 

Vice-President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 




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President 




VIRGINIA GAMMA CHAPTER 



P I 



BETA 



P H I 



207 



First Row: Joann Alfano, Sara Blakemore, Betty Brinkley, 
Rosalind Burroughs, Dorothy Coutu, Alice Creighton, Jean 
Cromwell. 

Second Row: Florence DeHarl, Joanne Eversole, Dorothy 
Franklin, Margaret Gerken, Bonnie Holman, Grace Hoyle, 
Barbara Huber. 

Third Row: Jean Hull, Nancy Johnson, Stephanie Johnson, 
Elizabeth King, Mary Kyster, Lynn Laird, Jean Lang. 

Fourth Row: Nancy Lovell, Sarah Martin, Anne Pope, Vir- 
ginia Postles, Isabella Hubert, Nona Schulse, Roselyn Ward. 

Filth Row: Doris Zuidema. 









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Phi Mu was founded on March 4, 1852 at Wesleyan College in 
Macon, Georgia as a literary society . . . Since then 68 chapters 
of the sorority have been established . . . Gamma Alpha Chapter 
installed at the College of William and Mary in 1926 . . . Special 
projects of the chapter included assisting the health mobile and 
building toy carts for needy children ... In October Phi Mu 
claimed second prize for its Homecoming Float which featured 
little Dutch girls and the slogan "Richm.ond's in Dutch" . . . The 
chapter also won the prize oHered by the Colonial Echo for 
having all of its members pictured in the fraternity section . . . 
Members participated in a number of college activities including 
the William and Mary Choir, religious organizations, and stu- 
dent publications . . . Outstanding social event of the year was 
the Spring Formal and a picnic in Yorktown. 

OFFICERS 

NONA SCHULSE President 

DOROTHEA COUTU Vice-President 

JOANNE EVERSOLE Secretary 

STEPHANIE JOHNSON Treasurer 




NONA SCHULSE 
President 







GAMMA ALPHA CHAPTER 



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209 



First Row: Sally Ackerman, Barbara Alabaster, Jeanne Armstrong, Glenna 
Bailey, Ann Barney, Dolores Baroffio, Betty Bennett, Elizabeth Bloxsom, Mary 
Lou Bowling, Nina Bowman. 

Second Row: Nancy Brindel, Nancy Brumbaugh, Evelyn Bryant, Judith Buck- 
erl, Ann Callahan, Constance Carhart, Marilyn Carr, Mary Chrisman, Marie 
Comley, Mary Lou Curry. 

Third Row: Beth Davis, Sarah Deibert, Rita Engleburl, Jane Greenberger, 
Shirley Haabeslad, Jane Hale, Sally Hammond. Peggy Hedrick, Mary Helf- 
rich, Anne Helms. 

Fourth Row: Lilla Hight, Julie Holmes, Doralis Hultquist, Sarah Hurst, Anna 
Inge, Jacqueline Johnson, Rosalee Jones, Patricia Kavaljian, Patricia Kizzia, 
Brendd Korns. 

FUth Row: Anne Lehew, Jean Madsen, Barbara Massie, Florence Menzel, 
Mary Metzel, Ethel Mikula, Jo Ann Miller, Margaret Morgan, Ann Nelson, 
Barbara Newbery. 

Sixth Row: Helen Noble, Margaret Orr, Jane Ottaway, Belinda Owens, Sara 
Patterson, Joan Pearce, Annie Mae Rector, Elizabeth Robinson, June Shearer, 
Kalhryn Smith. 

Seventh Row: Muriel Smith, Sarah Dean Spangler, Mary Spotts, Joyce Spring- 
er. Jo Ann Stephenson. Victoria Stone, Maxine Stuelcken, Jill Tester, Andrea 
Thunander. Beatrice Verra. 

Eighth Row: Sara Wachtman, Zelda Wildman, Phyllis Wilson, Mary Alice 
Woods. 




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Beta Delta Chapter of Alpha Chi Omega established here in 
1927 . . . Sorority began at DePauw University in 1885 . . . Chapter 
celebrates Hera Day, March 1, by doing volunteer v/ork at 
Eastern State Hospital . . . Alpha Chi won third prize for Home- 
coming Float . . . Stood third in scholarship . . . During fall rush- 
ing Alpha Chi's received 27 pledges including Jill Tester, Exeter 
Exchange Student . . . Outstanding in WSCGA were Jean Madsen, 
chairman of Women's Honor Council, and Anne LeHew, vice- 
president of Executive Council . . . Also active in publications, 
chapter claimed Jane Hale, associate editor of the Flat Hat . . . 
President of WAA was Bebe Hammond . . . June Shearer was 
chosen sweetheart of Lambda Chi Alpha and Karlee Smith was 
voted Echo beauty . . . Dinner Dance at Williamsburg Lodge was 
main social function . . . Social calendar also scheduled Hallo- 
ween Party with Kappa's, and spring dance and picnic. 

OFFICERS 




ANNIE MAE RECTOR 
President 




ANNIE MAE RECTOR 
SALLY HAMMOND . 
ZELDA WILDMAN 



. President 

Vice-President 

Secretary 



CONSTANCE CARHART Treasurer 



BETA DELTA CHAPTER 



ALPHA CHI OMEGA 



211 



First Row: Joan Boland, Carol Butters, Barbara Campbell, 
Nancy Carden, Beverly Clason, Jean Edens, Joan Farinholt, 
Elizabeth Fralin. 

Second Row: Suzanne Fri, June Garrenton, Carolyn Godfrey, 
Lelia Griffith, Jane Guenther, Nancy 'Harshbarger, Betty 
Henley, Sue Joemdt. ■•■ 

Third Row: Hilary Knapp, Jean Kramer, Vivian Krick, Rebec- 
ca Lynn, Janet Mason, Jane Massey, Janet McGowan, Caro- 
lyn Mitchell. 

Fourth Row: Marilyn Nelson, Elizabeth Nettles, Peggy Pros- 
ser, Letty Raleigh, Virginia Savage, Phyllis Schaffer, Kather- 
ine Shawer, Katherine Simpson. 

Filth Row: Gloria Smith, Mary Tine, Ann Walker, Alice 
Wright, Nancy Yowell. 




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Smiles and Brushes 



Means and streamers 



In 1897 at Farmville, Virginia, site of Longwood College, Kappa 
Delta was founded ... 83 chapters of the sorority throughout the 
country . . . This year Kappa Delta celebrated its 25th anniversary 
on campus . . . Special projects include volunteer work at Eastern 
State Hospital and donating Christmas gifts to the Crippled Chil- 
dren's Hospital in Richmond . . . KD pledged 15 girls in the 
fall including lane Carney, Chairman of Religious Emphasis Week 
. . . For the second consecutive year KD walked off with the first 
prize for Homecoming Float, this year sharing the honor with 
Chi Omega . . . Katherine Shawer and Suzanne Joerndt were 
outstanding in theater work on campus . . . Chapter also active 
in choral work and in student publications . . . Peggy Prosser was 
featured in Mademoiselle's College issue . . . Major social events 
included the pledge presentation dance in January and the KD 
weekend in May. 



OFFICERS 



NANCY GARDEN ^ 
CAROL BUTTERS 
JEAN EDENS 
PHYLLIS SCHAFFER 



. President 

Vice-President 

. Secretary 

. Treasurer 






NANCY GARDEN 
President 




ALPHA PI CHAPTER 



KAPPA 



DELTA 



213 



First Row: Suzanne Aanes. Alice Anderson, Diana Beeton, Wayne Boyle, 
Marguerite Bozarth, Judith Brown, Sally BulcKer, Jean Carlson, Deborah Car- 
ver, Barbara Castle. 

Second How: Shelly Christine, Constance Clague, Mary Jane Compe, Martha 
Copenhaver, Barbara Crovo. Joan Danskin. Suzanne Duis, Carlotta Duncan, 
Lolly Egqer, Jacqueline Evans. 

Third How: Joan Evans, Nancy Evans, Suzanne Farno, Virginia Gary, Nancy 
Gibb, Jacqueline Goodman, Nancy Griiiin. Rinda Lu Grubbs, Dorothy Hag- 
berg, Pamela Hall. 

Fourth How: Phyllis Heck, Betty HoUaday, Mary Kay Hoover, Nancy Humes, 
Carol James, Ann Johnson, Emily Ketterson, Jean Kirsch. Helen Lewis, Mary 
Lewis. 

Filth How: Evelyn Love, Alice Lucas. Bernice Magruder, Mary Maples, Vir- 
ginia Mapp, Lois Mortashed, Barbara Mott, Lenore Munger, Virginia Nabb, 
Madge NoHsinger. 

Sixth How: Marguerite Oldfield, Ruth Peyton, Sue Pope, Margaret Rook, Susan 
Rosar, Claire Schoener. Jean Sheppard, Beverly Simonton, Barbara Solomon, 
Joanne Stengel. 

Seventh Row: Barbara Torrence, Lucia Tiaxel, Susan Van Volkenburgh, Gail 
Wannen, Nancy Wells, Harriet Willimon, Caroline Young, Deborah Young, 
Marilyn Zaiser. 




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On Thanksgiving Eve in 1888 Delta Delta Delta was founded at 
Boston University . . . Alpha Mu installed at William and Mary 
in 1928 . . . In the fall Tri Delt held the Scholarship Cup for the 
fourth consecutive semester ... 27 girls pledged in the fall . . . 
Chapter offers scholarship open to any woman student on campus 
. . . Kappa Sigma's Sweetheart was Tri Delt Libby Lewis . . . 
Chapter claimed five Phi Bete's . . . Outstanding member was 
Bev Simonton, Judicial Chairman and Mortar Board member . . . 
Heading student publications were Pam Hall, editor of the Colo- 
nial Echo and Nan Evans, editor of the Royalist . . . Two Tri Delt's 
were attendants in Homecoming Court, and Joan Danskin and 
Bev Simonton were featured in Echo beauty section . . . Garden 
Party at Dr. and Mrs. Guy's was social highlight . . . Also enjoyed 
Founders Day Banquet and Winter Formal. 



ANN JOHNSON ... 


President 


JOANNE STENGEL . . 


Vice-President 


CAROLINE YOUNG . . 


. Secrjslary 


VIRGINIA GARY 


Treasurer 




ANN JOHNSON 
President 




ALPHA MU CHAPTER 



DELTA DELTA DELTA 



215 



First Row: Mary Anderson, Zoe Andes, Patricia Best, Barbara Brown, Beverly 
Buchanan, Shirley Burke, Joyce Butt, Margaret Camp, Elizabeth Carver. 

Second Row: Armita Collins. Harriet Collins. Cornelia Cox, Nancy Dowe, Joan 
Ero, Katherine Foley, Mary Gastineau, Shirley Geddes, Harriet Harcum. 

Third Row: Jo Anne Johnson, Nancy June, Lila Kimble, Natalie Lane, Joan 
Laurent, Carol Leahey, Marjorie Lee, Joyce Louderback, Anna Lunas. 

Fourth Row: Mary Makovsky, Dolores Mannion, Joan Marsh, Ann McCoy, 
Molly Murphy, Margaret Owens. Marcia Page, Mary Pardue. Roberta Parrish. 

Fifth Row: Eleanor Patterson, Pamela Pool, Virginia Portney, Harriet Rasmus- 
sen, Lois Raymond, Martha Robey, Maclovia Rodriguez, Patricia Rutfin, Eliza- 
beth Sacalis. 

Sixth Row: Joy Schlapprizzi, Joan Sedlock, Barbara Shriver, Joan Thompson, 
Jean Von Schilling, Janelle Walker, Sonya Warner, Mary Warien, Carol 
Warrington. 

Seventh Row: Margaret Wilder, Cary Williams, Jane Wills. 




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Gamma Phi Beta's first chapter was established at Syracuse 
University, November 11, 1874 . . . Origin of the word sorority 
developed from Gamma Phi's history . . . Alpha Chi Chapter 
established at William and Marry in 1933 ... 58 chapters in the 
United States with five in Canada . . . National policy of the 
sorority is to assist members by scholarship awards . . . Special 
project is to provide summer camps for underprivileged chil- 
dren with Gamma Phi's serving as counsellors . . . Homecoming 
Float captured second prize in the fall . . . Gamma Phi President 
Nancy June also served as president of the Mortar Board . . . 
Artistic talents displayed by Music Club president, Molly Murphy 
and vice-president of the Backdrop Club, Marjorie Lee . . . Har- 
riette Harcum chosen as model for '52 fall college issue of 
Mademoiselle. 





OFFICERS 




NANCY JUNE 




President 


CORNELIA COX 




. Vice-President 


MARJORIE LEE . 




. Secretary 


MARY ANDERSON . . 




Treasurer 




NANCY JUNE 
President 




ALPHA CHI CHAPTER 



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William and Mary opened its 1952 football season 
with its third head football coach in three years. Fol- 
lowing in the footsteps of Rube McCray and Marvin 
Bass was likable Jackie Freeman, who had been back- 
field coach last year under Bass. Freeman was himself 
a graduate of William and Mary and had played tail- 
back in the old single wing before the war. He left col- 
lege in 1942 and joined the Navy a year later. When he 
was discharged in 1946, Freeman returned at once to 
William and Mary and finished his one last season of 
eligibility by playing tailback on a McCray coached 
outfit that won eight out of ten games. After five years 
of coaching in Pennsylvania, his native state. Free- 
man came back again in 1951 and was promoted to 
the position of head coach in less than a year. 

Freeman also assumed the post of Athletic Director 
when he took over as head coach. It was then up to 
him to co-ordinate the various sports at William and 
Mary, but first he had to get a competent coaching 
staff to assist him on the gridiron. Already on hand 
were Herb Miller and Eric Tipton. Easygoing "Neepie" 
Miller was brought to the Reservation by Bass and had 
remained throughout the turmoil that had followed his 
resignation. "Neepie" coached the line under Bass 
and continued in this position under Freeman. Tipton 
returned for his thirteenth season as backfield coach at 



William and Mary after the season began. 

Freeman rounded out his coaching staff with three 
new men, although it is hard to classify Tom Mikula 
in this bracket. After a year on the sidelines, Mikula 
returned to the staff. Completely new to the college 
were Johnny Clements and Boydson Baird. Clements 
worked with the backfield and Baird handled the J.V. 
gridders. 



Head Coach Jackie Freeman with Co-Captains Ed Mioduszewski 
and John Flanagan. 




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1. Lewis 16. 

2. Poms 17. 

3. Cowling 18. 

4. Mioduszewski 19. 



5. Vujevich 

6. Shatynski 

7. Klecha 

8. Hornsby 

9. Maddox 

10. Basket! 

1 1 . Layne 

12. Kreamcheck 

13. Calabrese 

14. L. O. Hines 

15. Bednarik 



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Koller 

Krog 

Craig 

J. Lewis 

Kennedy 

Milkovich 

Martin 

Lusk 

Oliver 

Scott 

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30. Elzey 

31. Place 

32. Sturgess 

33. Connors 

34. Hornfir 

35. Rundio 

36. Henley 

37. Smith 

38. Waksmunski 

39. Marfizo 

40. Copeland 

41. M. Hines 

42. Trout 

43. Luiz 



44. Hamilton 

45. Swartz 

46. Allen 

47. Herrman 

48. Grieco 

49. Kovacs 

50. Slovensky 

51. Karschner 

52. Fusco 

53. Hoitsma 

54. Sawicki 

55. Riley 

56. Killinger 

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After shellackinq V.M.I, at Roanoke in the season's opener, the Indians returned to 

Gary Field and Wake Forest. "Bullet" Bill Bowman is shown here racing the opening 

kickoff back in a flashy 30 yard return. 



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It was an up and down season for the Big Green. 
They started off by whipping V.M.I, and then pro- 
ceeded to drop four in a row to Wake Forest, Penn 
State, Navy and Boston University. Victories over 
Richmond, V.P.I, and North Carolina State followed 
before Virginia dropped the Indians in the season's 
finale. William and Mary was never badly beaten all 
year as the scores will readily indicate. Their worst 
defeat came in the Navy game when the Middies won 



a convincing 14-0 victory. Yet the Tribe ran wild in 
winning, piling up large margins in four games during 
the year. Final statistics showed that the Indians were 
far and away a better team than the won and lost record 
indicated. They out-rushed the enemy, scored many 
more points, and were well ahead in the first down 
department. The final record was four up and five 
down, but the Tribe and Jackie Freeman deserved a 
better fate. 



JIM SHATYNSKI 



AU-Anxerican, Ed Mioduszewski, out back to pick up a Bill Bowman block under the 
lights at Roanoke, but was chopped down by Keydet Johnny Mapp. 






SCORE! Bruce Sturgess barrels his way through Wake Forest line 

for seven yards and first William and Mary touchdown in the second 

period. 

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EMBRACE! Demon Deac's great love for Ed Mioduszewski was 
reflected in first period action. 



On the brighter side, Co-captain Ed Mioduszewski 
played a brilhant game at quarterback and wound up 
his college career by being chosen on the Associated 
Press second string All-America team, an honor that 
a William and Mary player had not received for many 
a year. His loss posed a serious problem for Free- 
man, a gaping hole in the offense to fill. Other players 
received post-season honors besides Mioduszewski. 
Guard, Linwood Cox, and halfback, Tommy Keller, 



were honorable mentions in the A. P. poll. John 
Kreamcheck, along with KoUer and Mioduszewski, was 
mentioned on the United Press club. Including Bib 
Six and Southern Conference selections, such men as 
linebacker and center, Bob Lusk, end Dick Ivanhoe, 
backs, Bill Bowman and Bruce Sturgess, end, Walt 
Brodie, and linemen, George Parozza, and Steve Mil- 
kovich received post-season awards. 



SWANSON HORNSBY 



BILL BOWMAN 



TOM KOLLER 



DICK IVANHOE 



CAROL BASKETT 




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WILLIAM AND MARY 34, V.M.I. 13 



The Tribe opened the season with a bang 
by swamping the Keydets under the lights 
at Roanoke. Many had expected trouble from 
this V.M.I, club that had beaten the Indians 
for two years running, but after a tight first 
half the Big Green turned on the steam and 
won going away. Tommy Koller scored the 
first touchdown of the year in the first period 
to put the Tribe ahead, 7-0, before the home 
team came to life and built up a 13-7 lead at 
tho end of the first quarter. Koller bucked 
over before the half ended, and when Quin- 



by Hines had his kick blocked, the teams 
walked off the field at the half in a 13-13 
deadlock. 

The second half was an entirely different 
story. Quarterback, Ed Mioduszewski, led 
the team deep into Keydet territory and went 
over himself on the "keep" play. Soon after 
he bowled over again on a quarterback 
sneak, and later Bill Bowman, the Plunging 
fullback, ripped through the line, cut into the 
clear, and raced 67 yards for the final tally. 
Hines converted on all three extra points. 




Four Big Indians, Krog (27), Kreamcheck (69), Ivlartin (23), and Lusk (44) move in on Terrier back, uon DeFeudis in Fenway Park aciio 

The Tribe dropped this thriller, 33-28 after making up a 27-7 half-time deficit. 



"MEADOWS" TAKES A BREAK! Ed Mioduszewski took time out 
during Richmond game to share sideliners' interest in defensive 

play- 




Left, top to bottom: 
DAN CALABRESE 
WALT BRODIE 
BOB LUSK 
JACK- PLACE 
WALT HERRMAN 




19 5 2 SEASON 



WAKE FOREST 28. WILLIAM AND MARY 21 



Little did the Big Green gridders realize that after 
V.M.I, they would go five long weeks before they 
would win another football game. The Demon Deacons 
started them on the road to distraction by breaking a 
21-21 deadlock midway in the fourth quarter and going 
on to win. William and Mary got the better of the 
statistics in this tilt, but as many of the players sadly 
remarked after the game, the Deacs captured one vital 
section: points scored. 

Wake Forest opened the encounter as if they were 
going to grind the Indians to a pulp. Within two min- 
utes of play they tallied when Bruce Hillenbrand gal- 



loped 60 yards to paydirt. Minutes later Billy Churm 
ran around left end for another tally, and the Deacs 
led, 14-0. The Tribe finally came to life when Bruce 
Sturgess bulled through the line for a score just before 
the first period ended. Mioduszewski passed to Walt 
Brodie for the equalizer, and after Larry Spencer 
streaked 95 yards through a flying wedge to put the 
Deacs ahead again, "Meadows" went over on a quar- 
terback sneak to tie the encounter. Automatic Hines 
converted every time. When Sonny George went over 
for the visitors he put the game out of reach, and the 
Tribe had lost its first home game. 




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SAM SCOTT 



PENN STATE 35. WILLIAM AND MARY 23 



Now followed a string of three away games, the 
opener being against the Nittany Lions of Pennsyl- 
vania State College. Coach Rip Engel had a big, ex- 
perienced squad which wore down the Big Green as 
the game progressed. The game was a thriller for 45 
minutes. The rest was an anti-climax, as Penn State, 
trailing 16-14 at intermission, broke loose and made a 
shambles of the game. 

The Indians completely outplayed the Nittany Lions 
during the first half. Led by the power-running "Lone- 
some Foursome" and the artful toe of Hines, William 



and Mary played some of their best ball of the season. 
Trailing 14-13 with ten seconds remaining in the pe- 
riod, Freeman sent in Hines and the little kicking spe- 
cialist deftly booted a field goal giving the tribe a 
half-time lead. 

The second half was a different story. Engel kept 
trotting in talented material, and the Indians began 
to wilt. Tony Rados and Bob Szanja alternated at quar- 
terback, and Jesse Arnelle, a giant Negro end, caught 
everything in sight as the Tribe slid gracefully down 
to defeat. 



NAVY. 14. WILLIAM AND MARY 



The Annapolis game was a festive occasion, as hun- 
dreds of students left Williamsburg to visit Admiral 
Chandler's alma mater. The Middies were polite and 
friendly until game time, when they proceeded to out- 



class the Indians in all departments. The Tribe was 
shut out for the first and last time in this encounter, 
spending a good part of the damp afternoon getting 
repulsed by Navy's goal-line stands. 



Krog (27) and Brodie (75) hang on to Tech back as 
Kreamcheck (69), T. Lewis (19), and Herrman (26) close 

in for the assist. 



Bruce Sturgess displayed flawless punting form in V.P.I, clash. 





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BOSTON UNIVERSITY 33. WILLIAM AND MARY 28 



Playing under the arcs at Fenway Park in 
Boston, the Big Green rocked the Terriers 
with a stirring comeback in the second half 
which almost brought victory to the Tribe. 
Trailing 27-7 at halftime, the Tribe rallied to 
seize the lead, 28-27 in the last quarter, stun- 
ning the screaming crowd of 18,855 Boston 
fans. 

Soon after the third period had begun, the 
Big Green came to life. KoUer and Sturgess 



scored touchdowns to pull within six points 
of the enemy. In the final quarter Ed Miodus- 
zewski and Bowman combined their running 
talents to take the ball to the eight, where- 
upon Sturgess flipped to Brodie in the end 
zone. Hines put the Tribe out front, but this 
advantage was short-lived, as "Golden 
Greek" Harry Agganis came right back, flip- 
ping to end. Tommy Gastall, for the deciding 
marker. 



WILLIAM AND MARY 42. RICHMOND 13 



Homecoming was truly Homecoming this 
year for the Indians. Festive-minded alumnae 
looked on as the resurgent Big Green ended 
a disastrous four game losing streak by 
crushing the hapless Richmonders. The Spi- 
ders, well on their way to a dismal season, 
fell quickly before the Big Green. With just 
a few minutes gone by, Mioduszewski, 
trapped behind the line of scrimmage, 



dodged five enemy tacklers and raced to 
the Spider nine. Bill Bowman plunged over 
and Hines converted. After Richmond was 
forced to punt, Meadows flipped a perfect 
pass to end Jack Lewis on the Spider 43, and 
Lewis ran all the way for the touchdown. 

The trend of the game thus set, the fans 
sat back and watched the slaughter happily. 
The Indian ofiense totalled 509 yards as the 




"Killer" Koller romped to the N.C. State 5-yard line between host of Indian block- 
ers. Cary Field action saw the Big Green overpower the tamed Wolfpack, 41-6. 




rampaging "Lonesome Foursome" ripped 
through gaping holes in the offensive line. 
The Big Green added five more touchdowns 



and with Quinby Hines' seven conversions 
in a row, were finally on the comeback trail. 



WILLIAM AND MARY 35. V.P.I. 15 



Two weeks later the Tribe was on the war- 
path again, and this time the Gobblers of 
V.P.I, bore the brunt of the Indian wrath. For 
the first time of the season Mioduszewski took 
to the air as his primary means of offensive 
attack. William and Mary's ace quarterback 
completed 14 out of 20 passes for a total of 
237 yards to wrap up the game for the Big 
Green. 

It was a tight first half, as the Gobblers put 



up a valiant fight, but the Tribe had too much 
steam to be stopped for long, however, and 
Bruce Sturgess gave them a 14-9 halftime ad- 
vantage by going over for a touchdown. In 
the second half, William and Mary pulled 
far ahead, methodically ploughing for score 
after score. The defensive backfield played 
their finest game of the year in this contest, 
and Moe Maddox caught his first touchdown 
pass in three years. 




Officials signified that Tommy Koller .had sacred the Indians' first touchdown against Virginia. 



WILLIAM AND MARY 41. N.C. STATE 6 



After another week's rest, the Big Green 
demolished hapless North Carolina State. The 
famed "Lonesome Foursome" backfield of 
Mioduskewski, Koller, Sturgess and Bowman 
was finally rested as a unit, the first time in 
eight games. Within five minutes after the 
opening whistle the Tribe was away and 
winging behind a 14-0 lead. They added to 
this margin almost at will, and late in the third 



quarter when Freeman mercifully put in the 
second stringers, William and Mary was the 
proud possessor of a 41-0 lead. 

Sonny Cowling sparkled at defensive end, 
blocking two kicks and holding up his end 
of the line with savage tenacity while "Killer" 
Koller paced the backfield with three touch- 
downs. 



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VIRGINIA 20. WILLIAM AND MARY 13 



The Big Green finally cooled off after three 
wins, and unfortunately they picked the cli- 
matic encounter of the year in which to do 
it. The Cavaliers had humiliated the Tribe in 
1951, and it was no secret that William and 
Mary had been pointing for this game all 
season long. 

The only score in the first half was a sen- 
sational 81 yard run to paydirt by speedy 
halfback, Gerry Furst, who took a handoff 
from quarterback Charlie Harding and raced 
through the Indian defenses. The Cavaliers 
counted again soon after the second half 



opened when Harding flipped a pass to end, 
Bill Chisholm, for a 14-0 lead and Mel Roach 
booted the extra point. Finally the Tribe came 
to life with a 78 yard march, capped by Tom- 
my Keller's touchdown. It gave Tom an even 
dozen for the season, and he clinched the 
Bix Six and Southern Conference scoring 
crowns in so doing. Hines had his kick block- 
ed, and minutes later Virginia put the game 
on ice when Harding tossed a pass to Pete 
Potter for the score. Despite a Sturgess touch- 
down later in the game the Big Green could 
never recover and lost, 20-13. 




Cdvdlieis' Bill Kiag went high in ;he air !o intercept a Mioduszewski pass in the end zone. 



TO THE HAPPY HUNTING GROUND 



With the end of the 1952 season eleven 
big Indians hung up their green and grey 
for the last time. The top loss will be Ed 
Mioduszewski, who was the main cog in the 
Tribe attack for two years. Co-captain, John 
Flanagan, was injured early in the year and 
was sorely missed at defensive halfback. 
John Kreamcheck was one of the biggest men 
ever to play for the Big Green, and his 245 
pounds made him a tower of strength at 
tackle for his three varsity years. End, Moe 



Mdddox, held down his starting berth with 
effectiveness; and John Krog and Sonny 
Cowling were both rugged defensive ends. 
Jim Shatynski was a letterman at guard for 
three years, and Tommy Lewis was one of 
the strongest operatives in the defensive 
backfield. Tony Vjuevich played the best 
game of his career against Virginia, and Don 
Layne and Julie Poms were always on hand 
to give good accounts of themselves. 



Top to bottom: BILL RUNDIO, TOMMY LEWIS. CHARLEY COPELANLi, lOHN KREAMCHEC; 



■-'E. 



BASKETBALL 

HARD LUCK MARKED THE 




Co-Captains Bill Chambers and Jerry Harris with Coach Baird 



Howie McCallen scores against Richmond 



Game opening toss-up in Blow Gym 




SEASON. 





SEASON'S SCORES 




W6M 


79; 


George Washington 


90 


W&M 


61; 


Maryland . . 


64 


W&M 


87; 


Washington & Lee 


62 


W5M 


87; 


Virginia , - 


71 


WSM 


100; 


West Virginia 101 


(OT) 


W6M 


. 82; 


Winston-Salem Bullets 


63 


W&M . 


71; 


Clemson 


81 


W&M . 


. 78; 


Furman 


85 


W&M , 


- 74; 


Hampden-Sydney 


65 


W&M . 


. 88; 


V.M.I 


64 


W&M 


58; 


North Carolina State 


62 


W&M 


78; 


Richmond 


82 


W&M 


. 91; 


V.P.I. , 


74 


W&M . 


, 88; 


V.M.I. . . 


54 


W&M . 


. 71; 


North Carolina State 


101 


W&M , 


- 76: 


Wake Forest 


73 


W&M . 


105; 


Virginia . , 


84 


W&M 


57; 


Maryland 


79 


W&M , 


85; 


Duke 82 


(OT) 


W&M 


, 94; 


Washington & Lee 


73 


W&M . 


. 74; 


V.P.I 


75 


W&M . 


. 63; 


George Washington 


70 


W&M . 


. 70; 


Richmond 


76 



Many veteran sports writers and 
observers believed that the 1952-1953 
basketball season at William and 
Mary would be highly successful, 
and the Indians were regarded as top 
contenders for the Southern Con- 
ference Crown. The Tribe had a sea- 
soned squad which was composed 
predominantly of juniors and seniors, 
and a new head coach, Boyd Baird, 
formerly of Davidson. The record of 
10 wins and 13 losses was a definite 
disappointment to the Big Green 
rooters, for bad luck marked the sea- 
son and the unexpected decline in the 



RIGHT, First Row: Coach Baird, Chambers, 
Harris, Coach Allen. Second Row: Pir.es, Drake, 
Hume, Markos, McCallen, McCurry. Third Row: 
Knight, Berry, Savage, Hoitsma, Kern, Mahoney. 




THE VARSITY SQUAD-1952 SEASON 



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Harris pushes one in over Cavalier's outstretched iingertips 



Familiar shot . . . Chambers collects tv/o. 



BASKETBALL 



Indians' basketball fortunes resulted. Howie McCallen, 
a star senior, suffered a broken ankle in a pre-season 
practice, and four of last year's expected returnees 
were not present. Chick Cornell and Howie BoUerman 
(dropped basketball, while Rhea Lazarus and Herb 
Klapp left school. 

For the first time in five years, the Indians, with an 
eight and three mark, were dethroned as Big Six 
champions, as they finished second to Richmond. Out- 
side the Old Dominion only two wins in ten contests 
were recorded. 

Missing from this season's schedule were the open- 
ing Eastern trip and the Mid-west tour during the 
Christmas holidays, for all 23 encounters were against 
Southern foes. 

Under the capable leadership of Co-captains Bill 
Chambers and Jerry Harris, the Big Green opened the 
hardwood cam.paign against George Washington in 
the nation's capital, with a 90-79 setback despite 30 
points by Chambers. Next, Maryland eked out a 64-61 
decision at College Park, though Chambers was high 
with 26 markers. Before returning home, the Tribe 



routed W & L, 87-62, and Virginia, 87-71, to record their 
first victories. 

In one of the most action-packed displays of sharp- 
shooting ever seen in Blow Gym, the Indians dropped 
a hard-fought 101-100 overtime contest to West Virginia 
on a long set shot by Red Holmes in the final two sec- 
onds. Soph John Mahoney and Chambers hooped 25 
and 20 points respectively. The Tribe total was a rec- 
ord, besting last season's high mark of 97, while the 
total score was a Southern Conference record. 

Baird and company departed on a three-game holi- 
day trip which resulted in an 82-63 win over the Win- 
ston-Salem Bullets, and setbacks against Clemson, 
81-71, and Furman, led by All-American Frank Selvy, 
85-78. 

Decisions over Hampden-Sydney and V.M.I, evened 
the slate at 5-5, before the North Carolina State contest 
in Norfolk. The Tribe's three-year victory string was 
snapped by a 62-58 loss to the nationally ranked wolf- 
pack. A poor second quarter hurt the Indians, as they 
outscored the Wolfpack in the other quarters. Rich- 
mond's surprising Spiders outran Baird's cagers, 82- 
78, in a nip-and-tuck thriller at the State capital. 



Chambers outstretches the Blue Devils 



JUNIOR VARSITY 
First Row: Becouvarakis, Lasky. 

Seror.d Row; Hubbard, Rcv/lett Kern. 



Mahoney and Hoitsma make like ballerinas 




After a two-week break for examinations, the Big 
Green returned to action against V.P.I, at Blow Gym. 
Co-captain Chambers scored 30 points in a 91-74 rout. 
During the game Joe Hume uncorked a record-break- 
ing 65 foot field goal. After rolling over V.M.I. , 88-54, 
the Indians were whipped by N.C. State, 101-71, in 
Raleigh. Highly-touted Wake Forest was encountered 
at Norfolk, and the Hemric-Williams duo led the De- 
mon Deacons to a 78-76 verdict due to a two minute 
freeze and a last second lay-up shot. Virginia was 
trampled 1 05-84, as the Braves and Chambers set new 
scoring marks of 105 and 37 points, respectively. 

At this stage of the campaign, the Tribe still had an 
outside chance for the conference tournament with a 
four and nine conference record and six games re- 
maining. However, the sudden loss of juniors Hume, 
Ducky Drake, Dick Savage, Dave Berry, and soph Bob 
Hoitsma crippled the team and erased the chance. 
Possession-minded Maryland was the next foe. The 
Terps, paced by Gene Shue's outstanding 34 point 
effort, outmanned a fighting Indian team, 79-57. 

Two days later the fired-up Tribe gained their big- 
gest triumph of the season, and 85-82 overtime con- 
quest of highly-favored Duke. The Blue Devils were 
riding along on a nine-game winning streak, but the 
Indians forced a possession type game which cooled 
off the Blue Devils. 

Co-captain Chambers went on a phenominal 45- 
point scoring rampage to tie Chel Giermak's individual 
Indian record, as Washington and Lee was trounced, 
94-73. Losses to V.P.I., George Washington and Rich- 
mond ended the regular season. The Richmond game 
ended the college cage careers of Chambers, Harris, 
McCallan, and Pete Markos, and they received a 
standing ovation at the finale. 

Although the Big Green did not win the Bix Six 
Title or qualify for the Southern Conference Tourna- 
ment, the season was not as dismal as pictured. The 
team averaged 79 points a game to rank 20th in the 
nation in scoring. They stood fifth in field goal per- 
centage, and eighth in free throw percentage. Harris 
and Chambers ranked thirteenth and nineteenth, re- 
spectively, nationally in field goal percentage. Also, 
Chambers grabbed 498 rebounds for a 21.7 per game 
average, which was third highest in the country. 

Co-captains Chambers and Harris were named to the 
All-State first and second teams, and Chambers wes 
awarded a berth on the All-Conference second team. 
He scored 465 points for a 20.2 per game average. For 
his composite three season total the lanky Lynchburg 
eager accounted for 1456 points, a 17.7 game average. 

Coach Baird's most effective team was composed of 
Harris and Mahoney at the forward posts, Chambers 
at center, and McCallen, Hume or Hoitsma at guard. 
The line-up was changed often and Pete Markos, 
Drake, Savage, Berry, Pires, and Mike Conte all saw 
frequent action. 





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Front Row: Bowman, Kniqht, 



.^arivaltis, Patterson, Colley. Back 



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., Twomey, Aubin, Clark, Carter, Hopkin 



POWER AT THE PLATE, BUT INEXPER 



BATTERIES 

Standing: Pitchers Carter, Carl and Twomey. Squatting: Catchers Colley 

and Jeffrey. 










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BIG STICKMEN 

Heavy hitters Bowman, Twomey, Aubin, and Cofer set their sights on that 

,400 n^ark. 






RENOVATION 



Co-Captains Al Kersey and Hardy Cofer with Coach Tipton 




Pendleton, Groettum, Abdella, Carl, Coach Tipton. 



ENCE HELD SUCCESS UNCERTAIN 



In 1952, William and Mary had fielded one of its 
best baseball teams in recent years. It had won ten of 
twenty games and been humbled by more than six 
runs only once. 

The pitching and batting had shown tremendous im- 
provement with a seven runs-per-game average for 
the pitchers, and a team batting average of .287. Bill 
Twomey topped the hurlers in the won and lost 
column, winning four games in seven, though Warren 
Rutledge had been the workhorse, pitching in 67 in- 
nings. Jimmy Carter and Al Kersey had also twirled 
effectively. Six Indian batsmen boasted better than 
.300 batting averages, high man there being Hardy 
Cofer with a .395 mark and Bill Bowman, Ed Miodus- 
zewski, Kersey, Rutledge, and Twomey being the 
other five. 

In the main, the infield consisted of Ed Aubin, Bill 
Chambers, Joe Agee, Sam Tyler, and Mioduszewski, 
with Don Jeffrey, Bert Chase, Dick Pendleton, and Bob 

2:5 



Thurston seeing frequent action. In the outfield. Bow- 
man, Cofer, Kersey, and Rutledge prevailed. 

In March, 1953, the prospects for the coming season 
were difficult to discern. New coach Eric Tipton found 
that few of the 1952 season's proven performers were 
still around. Twomey and Carter were present to bear 
the brunt of the pitching chores and catcher Jeffrey 
was back for his final year. Bowman and Cofer, now 
co-captain, had remained to anchor the outfield, but 
an entirely new infield was needed. 

Co-Captain Kersey, Pendleton, Bruce Rhea, Monty 
Knight, Mac McCurry, Doug Henley, and Dick Wall 
competed spiritedly to fill the vacancies, while fresh- 
man backstopper Don Colley arrived to challenge Jef- 
frey. In summary, the outlook for 1953 could hardly 
be an optimistic one. The success depended too much 
on inexperienced newcomers. Good hitting was a 
proven factor though, and if the new infield and pitch- 
ing came through, the 1952 record could be surpassed. 




TENNIS 



Coach Kernodie wilh Captain Hosey Hearn 



STORMY 



Spring at the reservation saw stormy weather ahead 
for brand new tennis coach Wayne Kernodie. Replac- 
ing Hal King, he had inherited a vastly depleted squad, 
for conspicuously missing from early practices were 
the familiar faces of Ronnie Barnes, Tom Boys, and 
Terry Mahloy, all lost to the happy hunting ground: 
and George Larkin and Carl Gieg who were laying out 
for a year. 

But while the reluctant winter weather was slowly 
giving way to Spring, Kernodie called his team out for 
practice. Among a scrappy bunch of candidates he 
found reason for optimism. Leading the parade of 
candidates was captain-elect Hosey Hearn and follow- 
ing close behind were lettermen Carl Spies and Jay 
Lawrence. The return of Garner Anthony, after a two 
year layoff, lent an especial boost to morale, and with 
the appearance of Intramural Tennis Champ Asghar 
Ali on the scene, the squad took on an international 



Front Row: Reel, Reynolds, Lawrence, Hearn. Second Row: Ali, Tucker, Kris, Spies, Bacal, Bennett, Vliet, 

Coach Kernodie. 




WEATHER 



flavor. Also present and struggling for recognition 
were John Kris, Dick Bennett, Joe Bacal, Joe Reynolds, 
Tom Reel, John Tucker, and Buddy Leatherwood. 

At the outset of the 1953 season, Anthony and Ali 
loomed as sure bets for one and two men, and Hearn, 
Lawrence and Spies were expected to pace the rest 
in the battle for the remaining positions. 

The schedule included: Cornell, West Virginia, 
Virginia, W & L, George Washington, Maryland, 
V.M.I., North Carolina, Richmond, N.C. State, Hamp- 
den-Sydney, V.P.I. , and Duke. 

Back in 1952, Boys, Barnes and Larkin had led the 
netmen through a seven won, seven lost season. The 
victories were over Brown, Cornell, W & L, V.M.I., 
N.C. State, Richmond, and West Virginia. Barnes 
chalked up an undefeated 14 victory record while 
Boys was winning 12 of 13 matches and Larkin was 
triumphing in 10 of his 14. 




Doubles team, Lawrence and Spies. 




JAY LAWRENCE 



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HOSEY HEARN 



TOM REEL 



CARL SPIES 



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GOLF 



FAIRWAY FORTUNE 



William and Mary's golf team featured ten matches, 
including the Virginia Intercollegiate Tournament held 
at Hot Springs, and loomed as the only Indian team in 
1952-1953 to come up a winner. 

Sporting such veterans as Captain Bob Mitchell, 
Paul Hickey, Bill Wray, Jim Mark, and Fred Aucamp, 
the outlook was excellent. Down the line strength was 
provided by sophomores Jerry Murchison and Charlie 
Cloud, and freshman Bruce Rummage. 

Al Stewart, prominent Virgina amateur, jeturned for 
his second year as coach. 

The schedule: West Virginia, Virginia, George 
Washington, Maryland, N.C. State, Richmond, V.P.I. , 
V.M.I., and W & L. 




Coach Stewart with Captain b._ 



Left to Right: Cloud, Hickey, Wray, Mark, Murchison, Coach Stewart, Mitchell, Aucamp. 





SWIMMING 



Captain Scotty Petrequin with Coach Jensen and Coach Bailey. 



MORE SUCCESS TO COME 



Swimming at William and Mary took an encourag- 
ing turn for the good during the 1953 season. Coaches 
Dud Jensen and Bill Bailey produced a team which 
promised more success for the future. 

Captain Scotty Petriquin and seniors Skip Risjord 
and Rod Lawrence formed a nucleus for the hard work- 
ing tankmen. Stuart Sell and Winkie Wilde led in 
point output and much support was received from 
Jim Dufi, Tony Werner, Dave Bannerman, Rod Soholt, 
Ed Wolfe, Dwight Ozment, and Joel Schechter. 

Victories over Catholic University and Randolph- 
Macon highlighted a schedule which listed Duke, Vir- 
ginia, V.M.I., Georgetown, Catholic University, W & L, 
and Randolph-Macon. 



Standing: Mandqer Burke, Lawrence, Coach Bailey, Coach Jensen, Risjord. Sitting: Werner, Wolfe, Schechter, 
Bannerman, Duff. In water: Ozment, Wilde, Sell, Soholt. On diving board: Petrequm. 




CROSS COUNTRY 




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Schutte, Southwell, Fisher, Munger, Mitchell, May, Hellmuth, 



VICTORY OVER VIRGINIA 



Co-Captains John Munger and Leo Spencer. 




Captains John Munger and Leo Spencer led the 
William and Mary Harriers through another encourag- 
ing season. Habitually undermanned, the distance 
men came out victorious in one contest and copped 
an impressive third place in the Big Six Meet. 

Veterans Bart Hellmuth, George Southwell, Leo 
Schutte, and Bill May contributed much in ability and 
spirit to the 1952 season. Nev/comer Sam Mitchell and 
freshman Bud Fisher continuously turned in good per- 
formances, and as the season wore on, Fisher achieved 
prominence in being hailed as a future conference star. 

Victory over Virginia at Charlottesville climaxed the 
cross country season. Munger clocked in at 19:02 to 
take first place ahead of Cavalier Mike Byrnes, and 
Spencer's 19:44 time was good for fourth place. South- 
well, Fisher, Hellmuth, and Mitchell finished sixth, 
seventh, eighth, and ninth for the Indians to earn them 
the victory. 

The schedule included V.M.I., Richmond, N.C. 
State, Virginia, and Georgetown. 




TRACK 



George Southwell with Coach Joyner. 



OPTIMISM 



The return of a seasoned group of veterans plus the 
appearance of many spirited freshmen added up to 
an optimistic outlook for the 1953 Track season. 

Coach Gil loyner mourned a lack of depth but 
found good front line strength in most events. In the 
distances, John Munger, George Southwell, Leo Spen- 
cer, Bart Hellmuth, Bud Fisher, and Leo Schutte ap- 
peared to be in good shape, and power in the weight 
events was provided by John Kreamcheck and Bill 
Levine. John Mahoney was back to throw the javelin 
again and pole-vaulters Larry Young and Dick Hewlett 
with high-jumper John Risjord added much to the out- 
look. Sprinters Jim Coley and Marty Mountain were 
setting the pace in the dashes while all around reserve 
strength was provided by Dick Blanchard, Dave Ferri- 
day. Bud Norton, Bill May, and Bob Clark. 

The 1953 schedule had the Indian Cindermen pitted 
against Hampden-Sydney, The Apprentice School, 
V.M.I. , Richmond, Randolph-Macon, W & L, and Vir- 
ginia. 



Front Row: Blanchard, Southwell, Schutte, Levine. Back Row: Clark, Young, Ferriday, Darnton, Hellmuth. 

Fisher, May, Coach Joyner. 



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INTRAMURALS 



FOR THE LOVE OF 




Assislant Fic-ne licniy v.-r.h Director Dudley Jensen 



Top: Ping Pong Ace, Asghar Ali 
Bottom: Basketball Action 



William and Mary's intramural program enjoyed 
another successful year in 1952-1953. Dudley Jensen 
and Rene Henry again coordinated a well-balanced 
program which effectively satisfied the many varied 
interests of student and faculty performers. Friendly 
competition took place in the popular sports, football, 
tennis, swimming, basketball, volleyball, handball, 
ping pong, place-kicking, foul-shooting, horseshoes, 
Softball, bowling, track, and badminton. 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon again bowed to powerful Sig- 
ma Nu in the fraternity football race, while in the 
independent league, the Old Dominion Underdogs 



Top: Kreamcheck and Hornsby on the Handball Courts 
Bottom: On the offense 







THE GAME 

wrapped up the crown. Sigma Nu went on to win over 
the Underdogs for the intramural crown. 

Theta Delta Chi wrested the swimming champion- 
ship from SAE, who had hung on to the title for three 
years straight, while over in the individual competi- 
tions, Ashghar Ali eliminated all challengers for the 
tennis crown. Joe Burke, of Pi Kappa Alpha, walked 
off with the horseshoe title, and Skippy Fein, of Pi 
Lambda Phi, annexed free throw honors. Hardy Cofer, 
of Sigma Nu, emerged as place-kicking king, and the 
Administration's Lou Hoitsma defeated George Par- 
ozzo for the coveted handball championship. 




The Coveted Trophy 



Top: Tennis Champion, Ali 
Bottom: Hume grabs one for KA 



Top: Swimming star, Dave Bannerman 

Bottom: Krog scores for SAE 




WOMEN'S SPORTS 



TRIBAL COUNCILS 




Leit to Right: Cronk, McLaughlin, Hadbestad, Hammond, Miss Wynne- 
Roberts, Miss Scott, Miss Barksdale, Miss Reader. 



Many squaws of difierent tribes are assembleid on 
the reservation of William and Mary. All the "ugh's" 
and "how's" cease as Chief Bebe Hammond ap- 
proaches and ceremoniously calls the pow wow to 
order. 

"Since we must have brave and dauntless squaws 
to keep our tribe strong," she urges, "we will plan 
a series of war games for the next nine moons." And 
as she speaks, there arises murmured assent from 
Ludwell-Greek and Pi Toka Phi. Immediately the tribal 
representatives begin discussing what games to in- 
clude. Chief Bebe points her tomahawk of office to- 
ward Kappamagua, who stands and proposes swim- 
ming and canoeing. Pi Toka Phi adds tennis, and 
Alpha Chioux threatens to withdraw from the council 
unless basketball be included. Chickasaw Chandler, 
denouncing their selfish interests so vigorously that 
her headdress slips down over her eyes, urges the 
spirit of cooperation and teamwork and suggests vol- 
leyball and Softball. Pounding her tomahawk, Chief 
Bebe commands silence. Gradually the opinions and 
recommendations are sifted and the sports decided 
upon. A certain paleface. Miss Lawndes Scott, who 
had drifted up to the fire and who often acts as media- 
tor between the Indians and the Whites, expresses 
her approval of their plan but reminds them that the 
ultimate decision rests with the white tribunal, and per- 
haps even the Great- White-Father Chandler. 



On Floor; Thomson, Bass, Cronk, Speight. Seated Clockwise: Hammond, 

Orr, Stevenson. Estes. Biggs, Stone, Robinson, Smith, Zimmerman, Rig- 

aan, Dahm. Brown, Sheild, Sacalis, Lockwood, Griffith, Hasenmeyer, 

Johnson, Rosar, 



On Floor: Orr, Beck, Dahm, Korns. Seated: McClure, McLaughlin, Snyder, 
Kirtley, Hasenmeyer, Fitzgerald, Broaddus, Yowell. 




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PLAN WAR GAMES 



Just before dawn ends the long night of planning, 
modest Kappa Apache Theta wishes to bar seasoned 
warriors from competition, but when Alpha Chioux 
and Kappamagua immediately protest, it is hastily 
decreed that perhaps it is best to allow them to par- 
ticipate. It is, after all, an excellent way to keep in 
practice when there are no battles to be fought. 

Confident of the success of their ideas, Chief Bebe 
and smoke-sender Sally Cronk later meet with the 
paleface tribunal. After the solemn peace pipe cere- 
mony, the squaws outline their proposals, and all 
sports are eventually agreed upon except canoe races. 
"Our supply of birch bark is too low for anything not 
strictly essential, you see." Satisfied at last, after an- 
other round of the peace pipe, they depart, eager to 
put their plans into execution. 

As the year progresses, rivalry grows sharper and 
sharper. The squaws are developing firm muscles 
and quick thinking, two essential attributes in any 
fight. Certain maidens have now achieved renown for 
prowess in particular activities; in swimming, Margot 
Ketcham, and in basketball, Julie Holmes. The tribes 
may never be called upon to fight an actual battle, but 
those engaged in these mock conflicts have well 
earned the names of warrior! 



Heap Big Splash! 







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WOMEN'S SPORTS 



SQUAWS DEFEND 




Left to Right, First Row: Ellis, Myers. Second Row: Owens, Ivcry. Third Row; Munger, Hall, 
Fourth Row: Brown, Smith. Fifth Row: Estes, Miss Reeder. 



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While each squaw on the resen'ation devotes a 
part of her time to athletics, certain ones of outstanding 
ability receive more arduous and specialized training, 
for it is upon these warriors that the safety of the 
tribunal community depends. Fortunately, this year 
has been a time of peace, and the maidens, eager to 
display their mettle, challenge nearby reservations to 
mock battles. No crusade, no revolution is fought so 
vigorously as these conflicts, and the victors are ex- 
tolled in song and chant on the following feast days. 

Hockey is the first war game of the season. Attired 
in their traditional green and gold warbonnets and di- 
rected by Chief Liz Sacalis, they continually surge 
upon their opponent's goal like a raiding party on an 
isolated log cabin. Often when the English missionary. 
Miss Appleby, is visiting the reservation, she attempts 
a conversion to this more civilized form of fighting that 
is slowly gaining the respect of the Indians. 

No sooner are the hockey sticks stored away than 
the basketballs are brought out. It is in this sport, more 
than any of the others, that the squaws develop the 
trait of Indian cunning. Subtly, craftily the two chief- 
tians Liz Sacalis and Bebe Hammond lead the team to 
glorious victory or, on occasion, noble defeat. 

Throughout the winter of games m.any excursions 
are made away from the reservation, but the most ex- 
citing one is to the yearly pow wow in Philadelphia 




Center: Saca'.is. Circle, Clockwise: Young, Hammond. Haabeslad. Eng- 
lish, Yount. Wyckoff. Laurent, Harcum, Daggett. Ackerman, Koms, Hed- 
rick, Riggan, Wells, Von Pippin, Verburg, Robinson, Dahm. 



of the mighty eastern Indian confederation. Owning 
their own ponies, the team has no transportation prob- 
lem and a leisurely two-day trip brings them into com- 
petition with the skilled Swarthmore warriors. 

During the tennis season a similar trip is made, this 
time to compete in the Eastern Indian Tennis Tourna- 
ment. Last year, one of the maidens, Shirley Haabe- 
stad, reached the quarter finals; this year, they all 
intend to return with the scalps of the vanquished 
strung on their wampum belts. 



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RITUAL DANCERS INVOKE VICTORY 



BOOM, boom, boom, boom, boom, boom. From a 
teepee on the side of the reservation comes a rhythmic 
beat of a tom-tom. Shadowy forms ghde stealthily in 
a series of sustained movements. Everywhere within 
the great wigwam different dances are being practiced 
for the coming tribal ritual. One group of squaws is 
practicing to writhe in pain, their bodies contracting 
in one convulsive gesture. Amid the soft steps and 
flickering shadows, six maidens leap by: three, two, 
one. Barefooted, heads high-like playful fawns they 
go. In the center of the teepee three handsome Braves 
stand alert. With a swiftly bending motion, they reach 
out, lift three maidens and raise them to the high 
priestess, Lou Biggs. In a corner are three squaws, 
Kitty Sioux, Pegg Hall and Joan Farinholt. All alone 



they squat and plan, trying a step and working it out 
across the floor, then back again to deep concentra- 
tion. Over the three in concentration and over the 
groups of dancers there comes a voice that breaks 
their meditation and stops the dancers in their steps. 
It is the voice of the ancient master, Burd-of-Song, long 
skilled in the tribal art of dance. She calls her band 
together and has them gather 'round her feet. In awed 
tones she tells of the mystery of the dance and how 
their mothers danced before them by the shores of 
Lake Matoka. Burd-of-Song reminds them of their duty: 
to bring beauty, culture and feeling to the tribe out of 
dance. Orchesis must pray for great success in the 
coming ritual dancing, so the Squaw leads them in 
their worship of the great goddess, Martha Graham. 



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A Gift lor the Gods 






ON THE SHORES 
OF LAKE MATOAKA 



All Indians can swim and the William and Mary 
Squaws display this ability as part of their heritage. 
Swimming was even necessary for survival because 
during rainy season the Indians often had to swim 
from one part of the reservation to the other. There 
were few complaints, however, because the practice 
kept them good, strong, healthy swimmers. Further- 
more, the William and Mary Tribe was often in danger 
of attack from the paleface who wanted to rule the 
reservation, so every William and Mary Redskin had 
to be able to make his escape, which meant swim- 
ming Lake Matoaka. But many winters ago, after the 
Indians and palefaces came to somewhat peaceful 
terms, the tribal leaders met in a big pow wow to 
discuss swimming. Like the councils of today they 
met, and after much smoking of the peace oioe, they 
agreed to form a Swimming Club from all the little 
tribes for the William and Mary Reservation. "We will 
have a water ritual," said the chief, "and the William 
and Mary Squaws will not onlv swim quick like the 
fish, but graceful like the swan." And so it was written 
and so it is today. The Squaws swim and dive to music, 
form sunflowers and Indian svmbols in the water, and 
even wear headfeathers in their water ritual. To the 
whole reservation these water maidens are a source of 
pride. To become an Indian mermaid is an ambition 
held by many of the Squaws of the reservation. Every 
maiden has a chance to comoete in the four war games 
which determine the chief's honored swimmers. Bar- 
rand and Conyers, the friendly palefaces, help Water- 
Chief-Cronk to judge abilitv, interest, coooeration and 
skill in swimming. As all Indians, these like to paint 
themselves with warpaint, dress in costumes, or imi- 
tate the palefaces. Emmy Ketterson and Cynthia Kim- 
brough lead the maidens in the Mardi Gras water car- 
nival. However, now the Braves are cryina for equality 
and as they have been permitted into Orchesis, so 
the medicine man prophesies, "The Squaws and the 
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SENIOR INDEX 



EVELYN DOROTHY ABDILL, 308 Poplar Street, Falls Church. Virginia. 

BARBARA lEAN ALABASTER, Sedgely Farm, R.D. 1, Wilmington, Dela- 
ware. 

JOHN STANDISH ALDEN. Warwick Road, Colonia, Now Jersey. 

JAMES MORRIS ALDERSON, West Main Street, Brookside. New Jersey. 

MARY JOAN ALLEMAN, 222 Eichelberqer Street, Hanover. Pennsyl- 
vania. 

CAROLYN ANN ALLRED, Box 206, Route 1, Bayside, Virginia. 

WILLIAM GEORGE ANNETT. 1978 Cecelia Place. Seaiord, New York. 

JAMES DIMITRI APOSTOLOU, 2230 Melrose Avenue, N.W.. Roanoke, 
Virginia. 

NORTON J. ASHMAN, 1110 Brunswick Avenue Norfolk, Virginia. 

EDWARD GEORGE AUBIN, JR., Military Highway. R.F.D. 1, Gales 
Ferry, Connecticut. 

DWIGHT HOUGHTON BABCOCK. 187 Rutledge Avenue. East Orange, 
New Jersey. 

DOROTHY LEE BAILEY, 1346 Cornwall Place, Norfolk, Virginia. 

HELEN ELIZABETH BARBER. Box 936, Vero Beach, Florida. 

THEOPHILUS A. BARHAM, Box 1866, Williamsburg, Virginia. 

CLYDE ALEXANDER BARKER, 300 Robertson Avenue, Danville, Virginia. 

ROBERT EDWARD BARRETT. Francis Street, Williamsburg, Virginia. 

BETTINA BASS, Wallace, Virginia. 

PAGE ELIZABETH BECK, 3213 Fendall Avenue, Richmond, Virginia. 

DAVID LEE BELEW, 516 Harrison Avenue, Hamilton, Ohio. 

CAROLYN BLACK BELL, Cary Street, Williamsburg. Virginia. 

FREDERICK DAWSON BELL, JR., 102 King Street, Bedford, Pennsylvania, 

VIRGINIA WATSON BELL, Cary Street, Williamsburg, Virginia. 

WALLACE ELLIOTT BENHAM. JR., Mayflower Apts. 511. Virginia Beach, 
Virginia. 

BARBARA JEAN BENNETT, sre dnap, APO 58, c/o Postmaster, New York, 
New York. 

SUMNER BRADFORD BESSE. JR., 55 Stratford Road. Warwick, Virginia. 

RICHARD ALAN BIGELOW, 2712 Manitou Drive, Maumee, Ohio. 

RONALD L. BLANKENSHIP, 2923 Parkwood Avenue, Richmond, Virginia. 

ANASTAS BOONARD, 302 Comstock Street, Asbury Park, New Jersey. 

ELIZABETH GRAHAM BOOTH, Route 1, Box 24. Sarasota. Florida. 

LAURA JOAN BOOTH, 4664 Garfield Street. N.W.. Washington 7. D.C. 

BARBARA lEANNETTE BOWMAN, 268 Ridge Road, Douqlaston, Long 
Island, New York. 

MILDRED WAYNE BOYLE, 109 Bernard Road, Fort Monroe. Virginia. 

THOMAS LAMONT BOYS, 6 Burns Street, Forest Hills. New York. 

BETTY RIDLEY BOZARTH, Post Office Box 565. 1004 By Pass Road, Wil- 
liamsburg, Virginia. 

MARGUERITE MAE BOZARTH, Post Office Box 608. 33 Penniman Road, 
Williamsburg, Virginia. 

CAROLYN GERTRUDE BRADLEY, Quarters E NAF, Weeksville, Eliza- 
beth City, North Carolina. 

MILLS EDWIN BRADSHAW, Sedley, Virginia. 

NANCY ELLEN BRENEMAN, 312 West Jackson Street, York, Pennsylvania. 

RAYMOND B. BRIDGERS, JR., Box 1972, Williamsburg, Virginia. 

BETTY OWEN BRINKLEY, 1625 Lafayette Boulevard, Norfolk. Virginia. 

ALBERT MARVIN BROMBERG. 14 Highview Road, Jersey City, New 
Jersey. 

BARBARA BROWN, 512 Scotland Street, Williamsburg, Virginia. 

EPHRAIM HUNTINGTON BROWN, 551 Woodland Road, Mansfield. Ohio. 

PATRICIA MAE BROWN, 357 Hillside Avenue, Charlotte, North Carolina. 

NANCY JANE BRUMBAUGH, 3769 Oliver Street, N.W., Washington 15 
D.C. 

EVELYN ELOISE BRYANT, 512 South England Street, Williamsburg, 
Virginia. 

MARGARET BEULAH BUNTING, Colonial Court, Apt. 50. Colonial Heights, 
Virginia. 



FREDERIC S. BURFORD, III, 205 East Sixth Street. Laurel. Delaware. 

JOSEPH MALCOLM BURKE, JR., 321 North Main Street, Roxboro. North 
Carolina. 

ROSALIND LISLE BURROUGHS, Box 744, Williamsburg, Virginia. 

CAROLYN HARGRAVE BURT. 201 Matoaka Road. Richmond, Virginia. 

PAUL RICHARD CAHN, 171 Glenway Street, Boston 21. Massachusetts. 

VIRGINIA ALICE CAMPBELL. 3221 Harlzell Street, Evanston, Illinois. 

NANCY HARDY GARDEN, Westmoreland, Virginia. 

CONSTANCE CARHART, 2730 Kimball Terrace. Norfolk, Virginia. 

CHARLOTTE JEANNE CARMODY, 812 Ocean Boulevard, Atlantic Beach, 
Florida, 

GALE HEMPHILL CARRITHERS, 306 North Kings Highway, Alexandria, 
Virginia. 

CASSIUS CARTER. III. 373 San Gorgonio Street. San Diego, California. 

MARTHA ELIZABETH CASKEY. 3501 White Chapel Road, Norfolk. Vir- 
ginia. 

BARBARA JEAN CASTLE, Star Route, Falmouth. Virginia. 

ROBERT ARNOLD CATTELL, 7717 14th Street. N.W., Washington 12, D.C. 

WILLIAM E. CHAMBERS, JR., 1526 Earley Street, Lynchburg, Virginia. 

ROBERT EDWARD CHANDLER, 505 Studio Road, Ridgefield. New Jersey. 

JAMES STATON CHASE. 5626 Dorchester Avenue. Chicago. Illinois. 

NANCY JOAN CHILD, 496 Main Street, Portland, Connecticut. 

MARY LOUISE CHRISMAN, 3717 Moss Side Avenue. Richmond 22. Vir- 
ginia. 

NANCY ANNE CLEXTON, 4225 Larcom Lane. Arlington 7, Virginia. 

JAMES KENNEDY COAD, Box 1876, Raleigh. North Carolina. 

HARDY DASHIELL COFER, Main Street, Smithfield, Virginia. 

lAMES ALBERT COLEY, JR., 1121 21st Street, Newport News, Virginia. 

DOROTHEA CAROLINE COUTU. 1238 Bay Street, Portsmouth, Virginia. 

FRANK HOUSTON COWLING, 361 Chesapeake Avenue. Newport News, 
Virginia. 

CORNELIA E. COX, 214 West Tennessee Avenue, Crewe, Virginia. 

MARY LOU CURRY, 602 Park View. Holden, West Virginia. 

JOSEPH THOMAS CUTLER. 411 North Mallory Street, Phoebus, Virginia. 

SARAH FRANCES DALE, Route 1. Box 59A. Free Union. Virginia. 

RICHARD BENNETT DALLAS, 153 South Norwinden Drive, Springfield. 
Pennsylvania. 

JOHN NICHOLS DALTON, 313 Fifth Street. Radford, Virginia. 

JANET LEE DANDRIDGE, Kermit, West Virginia 

JAMES CLEMENT DANIEL, 1752 North Rhodes Street, Arlington, Virginia. 

DONALD CHARLES DARNTON, 16710 Edinborough Road, Detroit 19 
Michigan. 

BETH ELLIS DAVIS, 25 East Main Street, Richfield Springs. New York 

EMILY GEDNEY DEVOE, 112 East Market Street, Danville, Pennsylvania. 

VERNON LARRY DIVERS, JR., 5109 Boscobel Avenue, Richmond, Virginia. 

ELEANOR JEAN EDENS, 759 Cross Hill Avenue, Columbia, South Carolina. 

MAYNARD EHRENWORTH. 100 Westover Avenue, Norfolk, Virginia. 

NANCY ELLIS, 500 Wells Road, Wethersfield, Connecticut. 

DOROTHY CAROLYN ESTES, Mineral, Virginia. 

NANCY DOLVIN EVANS, D 4 Walnut Hill Apts., Petersburg, Virginia. 

MARTIN EDWARD EVERHARD, 1126 South 28th Street. Arlington, Vir- 
ginia. 

WILLIAM ARTHUR FARLEY, 544 Upper Mt. Avenue, Upper Montclair, 
New Jersey. 

WILLIAM TEMPLE W. FENNELL, Cherry Hall, Lightfoot, Virginia. 

ALICE DARLYN FISHER, 833 South Story Street, Boone, Iowa. 

JACQUELINE ANN FISHER, 606 Woodside Road, Forrest Hills, Pittsburgh, 
Pennsylvania. 



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SENIOR INDEX 



JOHN STORZ FLANAGAN, 7804 Dalmain Drive, Richmond 28, Virginia. 

KATHARINE N. FOLEY, Box 126, EastvUle, Virginia. 

HELEN ELIZABETH FORESTER, 34 Duncan Road, Hempstead, New York. 

MURRAY ALDEN FOSTER, JR.. 2402 Montgomery Avenue, Roanoke, 
Virginia. 

IRIS MAE FRIEDMAN, 306 East Road, Portsmouth, Virginia. 

JUNE LEE GARRENTON, 2714 East Ocean View Avenue, Norfolk, Virginia. 
VIRGINIA ELIZABETH GARY, 3222 North Avenue, Richmond, Virginia. 
JEROME FREDERICK GEIER, 168 Ninth Street, Idaho Falls, Idaho. 
PETER HACK GIBLIN, 8120 East Jefferson, Detroit, Michigan. 

WILLIAM FRANCIS GOGGIN, 1606 Patterson Avenue. S.V/., Roanoke 16, 
Virginia. 

RICHARD DONALD GONIER, 45 Washington Street, South River, New 
Jersey. 

ALLEN JOSEPH GORDON, 701 Maury Place, Norfolk, Virginia. 

RAYMOND GRASSI, 357 East 72 Street, New York, New York. 

ROBERT EDWARD GREEN, JR., 1513 Atlanta Avenue, Portsmouth, Vir- 
ginia. 

LELIA NELL GRIFFITH, 4546 Springdale Drive, Port Arthur, Texas. 

JANE MARIE GUENTHER, 1809 Richmond Avenue, Lynchburg, Virginia. 

THOMAS NELSON GUTHRIE, 428 Florence Avenue, Waynesboro, Vir- 
ginia. 

KENT COREY HACKLER, R.R. 4, Monticello, Indiana. 

DOROTHY ANN HAGBERG. 4508 Potomac, Dallas, Texas. 

JULIA BEESON HAGLER, 2424 McDowell Street, Augusta, Georgia. 

JANE NORVELL HALE, 24 Kentbury Way, Bethesda 14, Maryland. 

MARY PAMELA HALL, 45 Jefferson Road, Scarsdale, New York. 

ROBERT SCUDAMORE HAMEL, Eastern Shore Road, Point Clear, Alabama. 

SALLY MILLICENT HAMMOND, 40 Poplar Street, Ramsey, New Jersey. 

ROY MITCHELL HANKS, 31 Brookfield Road, Binghamton, New York. 

JOAN DIX HANSEN, 15 Webster Avenue, Jersey City, New Jersey. 

JAMES EDWARD HARDCASTLE, SP 65 NAS, Norfolk, Virginia. 

JOHN HOPKINS HARDING, JR., Lilian, Virginia. 

CLAUDE GERALD HARRIS, USMC Forwarding Depot, Portsmouth, Vir- 
ginia. 

GEORGE CALVIN HARRIS, R.F.D. 3, KeysviUe, Virginia. 

WILLIAM MADISON HARRIS, 204 Court Street, Portsmouth, Virginia. 

ARTHUR D. HARTMAN, JR., Apt. C, 208 North Henry Street, Williams- 
burg, Virginia. 

BERNARD FAULCON HARTWIG, 412 Warren Crescent, Norfolk, Virginia. 

RUTH AUDREY HASEMEYER, 102d Ludwell Apis., Williamsburg, Vir- 
ginia. 

WILLIAM HARDEN HAYNSWORTH, 304 College Avenue, Danville, Vir- 
ginia- 

ROBERT FREDERICK HEDELT, 37 Ryon Avenue, PleasantviUe, New 
Jersey. 

MARY THOMAS W. HELFRICH, 24 Overhill Road, CatonsvUle, Maryland. 

BARTON LEE HELLMUTH, 307 West Glendale Avenue, Alexandria, Vir- 
ginia. 

CYNTHIA ANNE HELMS, 28 York Court, Baltimore, Maryland. 

NATHANAEL G. HERRESHOFF. 125 Hope Street, Bristol, Rhode Island. 

DANELLA MARIE HEWITT, 523 Kimball Turn, Westiield, New Jersey. 

JIMMY WALLACE HILL, 213 Matoaka Court, Williamsburg, Virginia. 

JACK LEWIS HILLER, 6704 Glen Carlyn Drive, Falls Church, Virginia. 

ANN MARSHALL HINES, 711 Western Avenue. Suffolk, Virginia. 

PETER JOSEPH HINO, 19 West Pine Street, Mahanoy City, Pennsylvania. 

MONROE RANDALL HOES, 6115 Western Avenue, Washington 15. D.C. 

KENNETH CARLTON HOGGE, 1411 Chesapeake Avenue, Hampton, Vir- 
ginia. 

JUDITH LYNNE HOLLOWELL, R.F.D. 3. Box 19, Portsmouth, Virginia. 

CLAUDE S. HORNSBY, JR., 240 Locust Avenue, Hampton, Virginia. 

MARY ELEANOR HUMES, 601 Seabury. Milford, Delaware. 

POSIE JAMES HUNDLEY, JR.. Box 7, Chatham, Virginia. 

ANNA FLORETA INGE, 304 North High Street, Blackstone, Virginia. 
MARTIN HAINES IRONS, Box 602, Yorktown. Virginia. 
ANNE PAUL IVORY. Skaneateles, New York. 

CHARLES HALDANE JACKSON, Jamestown Road, Williamsburg, Virginia. 



CAROLYN ELIZABETH JAMES, CML DIV MORS USAREUR c/o Col. T H 
James, CML Corps Matl. CMD, 200 W. Baltimore St., Baltimore 1, Md. 

DONALD MAXWELL JEFFREY, 57 East Main Street, Bay Shore, New York. 

ANN JOHNSON, 511 Maryland Avenue, Norfolk, Virginia. 

ANN REBECCA JOHNSON, HoUand, Virginia. 

JAMES F. JOHNSON, 206 Matoaka Court, WilUamsburg, Virginia. 

MEADE GALER JOHNSON, 108 Hecker Avenue, Noroton Heights. Con- 
necticut. 

STEPHANIE JOHNSON, 263 Oak Street. Oberlin. Ohio. 

WINIFRED NANCY JOHNSON. 87 Tanglewylde Avenue, BronxvUle, New 
York. 

MARCIA ANN JUDD, 389 Spring Avenue, Ridgewood. New Jersey. 

MARY NANCY JUNE, 7817 Columbia Pike, Falls Church, Virginia. 



CAROL FRANCES KAVANAGH, 3014 Maywood Road, Roanoke, Virginia. 

THOMAS GRAVES KEITHLY, JR., 4 Reeder Circle, Fort Monroe, Virginia. 

JACQUELINE O. KELLAM, Princess Anne, Virginia. 

LOIS ROCKWOOD KENDREW, Duke of Gloucester Street, Williamsburg, 
Virginia. 

BRIAN BRENDAN KENT, 1863 Edgewood Avenue, Norfolk, Virginia. 

ALTON SILLS KERSEY, 118 Arlington Place, Colonial Heights, Virginia. 

LOIS EMILY KETTERSON, 384 Meadowbrook Lane. South Orange. New 
Jersey. 

SAMUEL VICTOR KEYIAN, 30 Clarke Street, Binghamton, New York. 

RAYMOND D. KIMBROUGH, Tucker House, Williamsburg, Virginia. 

ALFRED NELSON KING. 34 Hampton Roads Avenue. Hampton. Virginia. 

ELIZABETH JEAN KING, R.D. 2. Phelps. New York. 

NIXIE MAE KIRCHHOFF. Box 1406, Sanford, Florida. 

PETER WILLIAM KLINGER. HDQTS T School, Fort Euslis, Virginia. 

MARY LEE KNIGHT. 1543 Cloncurry Road, Norfolk 5, Virginia. 

CAROL lEAN KRAMER, 708 Manor Road, Apt. 102, Alexandria, Virginia. 

JOHN ROBERT KRIS, Pilgrim Stale Hospital, Brentwood. New York. 

JOHN ARMSTRONG KROG, 3201 Crest Street, Ashland, Kentucky. 

ELIZABETH M. KUSTRUP, 1418 South Broad Street, Trenton, New Jersey. 

JEAN ADELAIDE LANG, 143 Geranium Avenue, Roral Park, New York. 

JEAN MARIE LANG. Rehoboth. Virginia. 

JAMES EDWARD LAWRENCE. 119 Taylor Avenue, Phoebus, Virginia. 

RODNEY OWEN LAWRENCE, 201 Piez Avenue, Warwick, Virginia. 

DONALD OUENTON LAYNE, 800 North Sheppard Street, Richmond, Vir- 
ginia. 

RHEA PRICE LAZARUS, Nashville Road. Bowling Green, Kentucky. 

CAROL MARIE LEAHEY, 1 Braylon Road, Scarsdale, New York. 

MARJORIE JANE LEE, 69 Wiltshire Drive, Avondale, Georgia. 

JAMES ASBURY LEFTWICH. Burke Hill, Bedford, Virginia. 

JOSEPH MARTIN LEVY, 416 East Church Street, Martinsville, Virginia. 

PATRICIA WARING LEWIS, 2162 A Hanover Avenue, Richmond, Virginia. 

THOMAS MILTON LEWIS, 219 South Hope Street. Phoebus. Virginia. 

JOANN LORE, Solomons. Maryland. 

NANCY JANE LOVELL, 4012 26 Street, North, Arlington, Virginia. 

SHIRLEY ANN LYONS, Dunkirk, Maryland. 



SIDNEY W. MACAULEY, JR.. 360 North Henry Street, Williamsburg, Vir- 
ginia. 

MILTON ELLIOT MADDOX, 2014 14th Street, Lynchburg, Virginia. 

JEAN SCOTT MADSEN, 119 Lincoln Avenue, Tuckahoe 7, New York. 

ROBERT HARRY MAHAFFY, 39 Norwood Avenue, Malverne. New York. 

JACK DULANEY MANESS, R.F.D. 1, Box 312, Big Stone Gap, Virginia. 

DOROTHY CATHERINE MANNING, 102 Portland Road, Highlands, New 
Jersey. 

PETE NICHOLAS MARKOS. 2505 Washington Avenue. Newport News, 

Virginia. 

BARBARA lEAN MARSLAND, 435 Powhatan Street, Naval Base. Norfolk, 

Virginia. 

ALICE TWEED MARSTON, 7913 Orchid Street, N.W., Washington 12, D.C. 

DUDLEY JACKSON MARTIN, JR., 478 North Grant Avenue, Manassas, 
Virginia. 

GEORGE WILLIAM MARTIN, IR., 3617 Plymouth Place. Lynchburg. Vir- 
ginia. 

WILLIAM R. MARTIN. 113 Pamlico Circle, Norfolk. Virginia. 



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THOMAS ANTHONY MASON, IR., 732 Park Avenue, Porlsmoulh, Virginia. 

JANE MASSEY. 222 North State Street. Dover. Delaware. 

HOWARD HENRY McCALLEN, 7 Clum Avenue. Fords. New Jersey. 

MARY ELLEN McCLOSKEY. 806 Morganlown Avenue, Fairmont, West 
Virginia. 

lULIA ELIZABETH McDANIEL, Bldg.. T 504. Apt. 2, Fort Monroe, Virginia. 

DONALD ALLEN McGLOTHLIN, Box 1545. Williamsburg, Virginia. 

JANET VIOLA McGOWAN. 812 Berkley Avenue, Trenton 8. New Jersey. 

RICHARD STERLING McKEE. 411 Fairview Road, Springfield. Penn- 
sylvania. 

CHARLES BERNARD McNALLY. Woodslown Auburn Road, Woodstown, 
New Jersey. 

EMILY JUNE McSWAlN, 4408 Newport Avenue, Richmond, Virginia. 

JOSEPH LAWRENCE MEGALE, Baldwin, Long Island, New York. 

FLORENCE MAE MENZEL, Box 280. Englishtown, New Jersey. 

ETHEL MAE MIKULA. 86 Osborne Street, Johnstown, fennsylvania. 

JESS PECK MILLER. 521 Marsh Road. North Hills, Wilmington, Delaware. 

MARYANN EAST MILLER. Box 160. Spencer, West Virginia. 

RICHARD PHILIP MILLER. 205 Griffin Avenue. Williamsburg, Virginia. 

EDMUND T. MIODUSZEWSKI. 239 Washington Place. Cliffside Park, 
Nevr Jersey. 

GRAHAM STIFLER MITCHELL, General Delivery, Salem, Virginia. 

lOANN AMELIA MITCHELL, 1514 East Pastorius Street. Philadelphia 38, 
Pennsylvania. 

ROBERT FRANCIS MITCHELL, 2216 30th Street. S.E.. Washington 20, 
D.C. 

CHARLES ROBERT MODYS. 72 Norwood Street, Newark 6. New Jersey. 

DAVID ERWIN MOREWITZ. Post Office Box 478, Newport News. Virginia. 

BARBARA JO MOTT. 435 Sabine Avenue, Wynnewood, Pennsylvania. 

HENRY GREENE MULLINS, III. 119 Botetourt Road. Warwick. Virginia. 

JOHN HARRIS MONGER. 4579 West 213th Street. Cleveland 26, Ohio. 

LENORE E. GRANGER MUNGER. 308 Constitution Avenue, Ridley Park, 
Pennsylvania. 

MARY MARGARET MURPHY. 81 Fullers Drive. Madison 5. Wisconsin. 

EUWICE HORTON MYERS. 355 Walnut Street, Lemoyne. Pennsylvania. 

ANNE CARTER NELSON, Box 289, Blacksione, Virginia. 

PAUL FROTHINGHAM NICHOLS. 3 Douglas Avenue. Norwood, Massachu- 
setts. 

MADGE NOFFSINGER. Box 35. Fincaslle. Virginia. 

EDWARD FRANCIS NOVAK. 630 Prince George Street, Williamsburg, 
Virginia. 

MARGUERITE 1. OLDFIELD, 1705 Boiling Avenue, Norfolk, Virginia. 

KATHRYN EMILY PALMER, Rock Avenue & Route 29, Dunellen, New 
Jersey. 

MARTHA CAROLINE PARKER, 31 Golf Road, Plymouth, North Carolina. 

SAMUEL CLARKE PEELE. 709 Red Gate Avenue. Apt. 3. Norfolk 7. Vir- 
ginia. 

ANN CAROL PENNELL. 6308 Ridgeway Road. Richmond. Virginia. 

SCOTT OSBORNE PETREQUIN. 2950 Atlleboro Road. Shaker Heights 20, 
Ohio. 

MARTHA ANNE POINDEXTER, Fredericks Hall. Virginia. 

CHARLES WELBY POLAND. Ashland. Virginia. 

JULIUS POMS. 2714 Nauarre Drive. Chevy Chase 15, D.C. 

JOHN DAVID POTTS. 116 Hampton Roads Avenue. Hampton, Virginia. 

JAMES INGRAM POWELL. Box 215, Victoria, Virginia. 

PEGGY JEAN PROSSER, 415 Miramar Drive, Lakeland. Florida. 

CAROLYN PATRICIA PULLEY. Ivor. Virginia. 

LAURA GILLET RAMSAY. Apt. 2. 2510 Monument Avenue, Richmond 20, 
Virginia. 

CLAIRE MARIE RANKINE, 1208 Elmhurst Avenue. Pleasanlville. New 
Jersey. 

ANNIE MAE RECTOR, Box 452, Saltville. Virginia. 

DIANE S. WEED RENNINGER, 8 Midland Road. Allentown. Pennsylvania. 

ROBERT HOWARD REVEILLE. 203 Sinclair Street. Norfolk, Virginia. 

FREDA ANN REYNOLDS. 2017 Avenel Avenue. Roanoke. Virginia. 

PEGGY ANN RICHARDS. 163 Grayson Avenue. Trenton 9, New Jersey. 

ALLAN CHARLES RICHARDSON. 2 Brinckerhoff Avenue, New Canaan, 
Connecticut. 



NORMAN KURT RISIORD, 8104 High Drive. Kansas City. Missouri. 

DAVID CHARLES RITTENHOUSE. 1108 Westover Road. Westover Hills, 
Wilmington, Delaware. 

GEORGE MARTIN R1T2EL, JR., 128 Hatlon Street, Portsmouth, Virginia. 

JUDITH ANN ROBINSON. 155 Hawthorn Road. Braintree, Massachusetts. 

CARMEN JOSEPH ROMEO. 716 West 21 Street. Erie, Pennsylvania. 

MARY ELLEN ROMNEY. 7 Sylvan Lane, Cincinnati 15. Ohio. 

WALTER W. ROWELL, III. 331 43rd Street, Newport News. Virginia. 

NANCY CATHERINE RUTH 618 Greenwich Street. Falls Church, Virginia. 

ELIZABETH GILLIAM SACALIS. 438 Scotland Street. Williamsburg. Vir- 
ginia. 

CHARLES EUGENE SAUNDERS. R.F.D. 1. Kenbridge. Virginia. 

PHYLLIS DRUMMOND SCHAFFER, Box 495. R.F.D, 3. Salem, Virginia. 

SARAH ELIZABETH SCHAFFER. 2502 Chesapeake Avenue. Hampton, Vir- 
ginia. 

ROBERT WARNER SCHAUF, 174 Kilbum Road. Garden City. New York. 

KARL A. SCHELLENBERG. 2637 Military Road. Arlington, Virginia. 

NONA ANN SCHULSE, Willow Road, Hendersonville. North Carolina. 

BARBARA RUTH SCHWARTZ, Murnan Road, Cold Springs, Kentucky. 

CLARICE WHEELER SCOTT. 1359 Magnolia Avenue. Norfolk 8. Virginia. 

JERALINE SEELINGER, 4201 Newport Avenue. Norfolk, Virginia. 

ALLAN MARTIN SEIF. 1775 East 13th Street, Brooklyn 29, New York. 

JAMES JOHN SEU. 23 Park Hill Road. Bristol. Connecticut. 

JAMES SHATYNSKI. 631 lolite Avenue. Johnstown. Pennsylvania. 

KATHERINE SHAWER. Hanover Courthouse Road, Ashland, Virginia. 

BETTY EGGLESTON SHEPPARD. 700 Richmond Road. Williamsburg. Vir- 
ginia. 

BEVERLY BEECH SIMONTON. 836 South George Street. York, Penn- 
sylvania. 

GERALD RICHARD SIMPSON. 2150 MerchantviUe Avenue. Merchantville. 
Newr Jersey. 

KATHERINE JANE SIMPSON, Lee Highway Park. Route 4. Roanoke. Vir- 
ginia. 

JOHN HENRY SIRICH, 1037 Owen Street, Sheinaw, Michigan. 

ANN FLETCHER SMITH. 1511 West Ocean View Avenue. Norfolk 3, 
Virginia. 

BARBARA ELIZABETH SMITH, 63 Fenwick Road. Fort Monroe, Virginia. 

FRED SPENCER SMITH, 24 Monroe Avenue, Lawrenceville. New Jersey. 

MURIEL MONTINE SMITH. 9 Tansey Drive, Holmes Park. Falls Church, 
Virginia. 

REBECCA KERN SMITH. 5005 Evelyn Byrd Road. Richmond. Virginia. 

ROBERT BOLE SMITH. 608 Pollard Park, Williamsburg, Virginia. 

SHIRLEY MILLER SMITH, 1236 Csdarcrest Boulevard, Allentown. Penn- 
sylvania. 

MARILYN VIRGINIA SNYDER, 119 North Church Street. Hazleton. Penn- 
sylvania. 

GEORGE EDWARD SOUTHWELL. 27 Rosedale Avenue, Hamburg, New 
York. 

MARY RUTH SPEIGHT, 3604 Carolina Avenue, Richmond. Virginia. 

LEO EDWARD SPENCER, R.F.D. 2, Clarks Sumit, Pennsylvania. 

MARY DONALD SPOTTS, 159 Lewis Avenue, Salem. Virginia. 

JOHN THOMAS STABILE. 933 Osage Road, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. 

JACK STEINGER. 867 Park Place. Brooklyn, New York. 

JOANNE C. STENGEL, 68 Kingsbury Road. Garden City. New York. 

THOMAS VINCENT STEVENS. 133 Gorham Avenue. Hamden. Connecticut. 

LAURANCE EVERETT STEWART. 95 Pleasant Street. Dalton. Massachu- 
setts. 

MARY KATHERINE SUMWALT. 1915 Colonial Avenue. Apt. 4. Norfolk. 
Virginia. 

DWIGHT LAWRENCE TAYLOR. 210 South Locust. Momence. Illinois. 

JOAN THOMPSON, 1521 Oxford Road. Charlottesville, Virginia. 

ROBERT HUGH THURSTON. 1406 Caroline Street, Fredericksburg, Vir- 
ginia. 

JOHN HAMMOND TIMMIS. 2925 Hastings Road. Silver Lake. Cuyahoga 

Falls. Ohio. 
SUZANNE SARA TRIMBLE, 113 North Wayne Street. Arlington 1. Virginia. 
CHARLES EDWARD TURNER, Mason Street, Smithfield, Virginia. 
ROBERT EDWARD TURVENE. Tucker House. Williamsburg, Virginia. 

GEORGE WILLIAM VAKOS. 301 25 Street. Virginia Beach, Virginia. 
EDWARD TONY VI.;JEV1CH. 132 Francis Street. Clairton. Pennsylvania. 



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ARNOLD RUBIN WACHSMAN, 20 Westminster Road. Brooklyn 18, New 
York. 

SARA MOORE WACHTMAN, 608 Mam Street. Conway, South Carolina. 

HELEN SABINA WAGENER, 510 Ninth Avenue, S.W.. Rochester. Minne- 
sota. 

GEORGE WILLIAM WALTER. Exmore. Virginia. 

CAROL LOUISE WARRINGTON. 5511 North 19lh Street. Arlington, Vir- 
ginia. 

EDWARD JOHN WEBER, JR., 422 Uwrence Parkway, Lawrence Harbor, 
NeiAT Jersey. 

TERRY HOUSTON WHITE. 70 Aylwin Road, Portsmouth. Virginia. 

JEAN ELIZABETH WIDENER, 4809 Fairview Boulevard, Norfolk, Virginia. 

HENRY DAYTON WILDE. 3013 Avalon Place, Houston 19, Texas. 

JOHN ANGUS WILKINSON, 844 Homestead Avenue, Havertown, Penn- 
sylanvia. 

MARTHA ELAINE WILLIAMS, 15 Bryn Mawr Avenue. Bala Cynwyd, 
Pennsylvania. 

HARRIET ANN WILLIMON, Fork Shoals Road, Greenville, South Carolina. 



CHARLES HAROLD WILLINGHAM, 319 West Second Street. Tyler. Texas. 

JULIA WILKINS WILLIS, 20907 38th Avenue. Bayside. New York. 

WALLACE COOK WILSEY, 16 Irving Place, Rockville Centre. Long Island, 
New York. 

BARRY PRESTON WILSON, 250 North Highland Avenue, Unsdowne, 
Pennsylvania. 

PHYLLIS ANNE WILSON, Princess Anne, Virginia. 

KENNETH FREDRICK WINTON, Route 5, Bedford, Virginia. 

JACK WILBUR WOLF, 311 South 50th Avenue. Omaha 6. Nebraska. 

DONALD PHILLIP WOULFE. 841 Clinton Place. River Forest. Illinois. 

PATRICK RAY WRIGHT. 159 Orleans Circle. Norfolk 9. Virginia. 

CAROLINE MacDONALD YOUNG, Box 1611, Vero Beach, Florida. 
NANCY CAROL YOWELL, Peola Mills, Virginia. 

BETTYE BOWERMAN ZEPHT, 901 Beaumont Avenue, Baltimore 12, Mary- 
land. 



SENIORS NOT PICTURED 



THEOPHILUS A. BARHAM; Williamsburg: A.B.; Business Administration; 
Norfolk Division. 

CASSIUS CARTER. Ill; San Diego, California; A.B.; Government; Uni- 
versity of California: Sorbonne. 

JAMES KENNEDY COAD; Raleigh, North Carolina; A.B.: Jurisprudence; 
Sigma Pi. 

JOHN S. FLANAGAN; Richmond; A.B.; Economics; Sigma Nu; Scabbard 
and Blade: Newman Club; Varsity Club; Baseball; Football, Co-captain. 

RAYMOND GRASSI; New York, New York; A.B.: Government; Norfolk 
Division: Pi Lambda Phi, Vice-President, Debate Council, Interfraternity 
Council: Newman Club. 

ARTHUR D. HARTMAN, JR.; Williamsburg; B.S.; Psychology; Roanoke 
College. 

CHARLES HALDANE JACKSON; Williamsburg; A.B,; English; Scabbard 

and Blade; Royalist. 
MARCIA ANN JUDD: Ridgewood, New Jersey; A.B.; English; Cottey 

Junior College; Kappa Alpha Theta; Flat Hat. 

MARY LEE KNIGHT: Norfolk: A.B.; French; Norfolk Division; Backdrop 
Club; Tidewater Alumni Association: Canterbury Club. 

NANCY JANE LOVELL; Arlington; A.B.; Government; George Washing- 
ton University; Phi Mu; International Relations Club; Debate Council; 
Canterbury Club. 

SIDNEY W. MACAULEY, JR.; Williamsburg: A.B.: Business Administra- 
tion; Dartmouth College: St. Mary's College; Society for the Advance- 
ment of Management; Accounting Club, Treasurer. 

THOMAS ANTHONY MASON. JR.; Portsmouth; A.B.; Jurisprudence. 

DONALD ALLEN McGLOTHLIN; Williamsburg; A.B.; Jurisprudence; King 
College: University of Pennsylanvia; Franklin and Marshall. 



JOSEPH LAWRENCE MEGALE: Baldwin, New York; B.S.; Physical Edu- 
cation: Sigma Nu; Football. 

GRAHAM STIFLER MITCHELL; Salem; A.B.; Spanish; Sigma Delta Pi. 

HENRY GREENE MLLLINS. Ill; Warwick; A.B.; Jurisprudence; Virginia 
Polytechnic Institute. 

ROBERT HOWARD REVEILLE; Norfolk; A.B.; Jurisprudence; Norfolk 
Division: George Washington University: Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Wythe 
Law Club. 

KARL A. SCHELLENBERG: Arlington; B.S.; Chemistry; Phi Beta Kappa: 
William and Mary Choir; Backdrop Club; Chemistry Club, President. 

CLARICE WHEELER SCOTT; Norfolk: A.B.; English; Norfolk Division; 
Columbia University. 

JOHN HENRY SIRICH: Saginaw, Michigan; A.B.; Business Administra- 
tion; Kappa Alpha. 

ROBERT BOLE SMITH: Williamsburg; A.B.; Business Administration; 
Cornell University; Sigma Pi. Vice-President. 

THOMAS VINCENT STEVENS: Williamsburg; A.B.; Business Administra- 
tion; Pi Kappa Alpha. 

JOHN TIMMIS; Cuyohoga Falls. Ohio; A.B.; History; Sigma Alpha Ei> 
silon. 

HELEN SABINA WAGENER: Colonial Heights; A.B.: Spams! 

Delta: William and Mary Chorus; Backdrop Club; Spanish C.-^ ...^ 
Cross. 

EDWARD JOHN WEBER, JR.; Laurence Harbor New Jersey; B S ; Physi- 
cal Education: Sigma Nu: Scabbard and Blade: Football. 

JOHN ANGUS WILKINSON; Hoverlown, Pennsylvania; B.S.; Chemistry; 
Colonial Echo; Dramatic Club: Backdrop Club. 

KENNCTH FREDRICK WINTON; Bedford: A.B.; Business Admlnislrallon; 
Lambda Chi Alpha. 



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BENSON PRINTING COMPANY 

MRS. A. B. BINNS 

GARDINER T. BROOKS, REALTOR 

BUDDY'S COLLEGE COFFEE SHOP 

DANNY CAMPUS 

CAPITAL RESTAURANT 

CASEY'S 

COLLEGE BOOK STORE 

COLLEGE PHARMACY 

COLLEGE SHOP 

COLONIAL STORES. INC. 

COLONNA STUDIOS. INC. 

FERGUSON-WHITE PRINT SHOP 

FRAZIER-CALLIS COMPANY, INC. 

HORNSBY DISTRIBUTORS 

INDIAN GRILL 

LYNCHBURG ENGRAVING COMPANY 

LOREN MURCHISON & COMPANY, INC. 

MILLER'S CAMERA SHOP 

MORTAR BOARD 

NEESE ELECTRIC COMPANY 

NICK'S SEAFOOD PAVILLION 

THE PASTRY SHOP 

PENINSULA BANK AND TRUST COMPANY 

PENINSULA HARDWARE CORPORATION 

POCAHONTAS MOTOR LODGE 

RODGER'S CLEANERS 

SAGER'S JEWELERS 

SCHMIDT APPLIANCE AND MUSIC SHOP 

VIRGINIA GAZETTE 

WEST END VALET SHOP 

WILLIAMSBURG DRUG COMPANY. THE REXALL STORE 

WILLIAMSBURG INN AND LODGE 

WILLIAMSBURG RESTAURANT 

WILLIAMSBURG SHOP 

WILLIAMSBURG THEATRE 

WHITE'S RADIO SHOP 

THE WIGWAM 



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