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1966 



kaleidoscope 



Archibald H. Soucek, Editor 
Stephen H. Martin, Bus. Mgr. 



Hampden-Sydney College 
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Dedication 



What I had I saved. 
What I saved I lost. 
What I gave I have. 

Paul McElory 

In humble appreciation the Staff of the 1966 KALEIDOSCOPE proudly 
dedicates this book to Mr. Claudius Hornby Prichard. 



Time past and time future 
What might have been and what has been 
Point to one end, which is always present. 

T. S. ELIOT 



The Seasons , . . 




67469 
COLLEGE LmRARY 

HAMPDEN-SYDNEY, VH. 



Freshman Status 



Greeks 16-31 



Fall Environment 



Challenge 42-53 





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Freshman Class Officers 

President C. W. Hartge 

Vice President Skip Appell 

Secretary-Treasurer Howard Sadler 

Historian William Rutherford 




DAVID ALLEN ALBERTSON 

2506 Rosalind Avenue 

Roanoke, Virginia 

\VILLL\M BLAND ALLEN, III 
406 S, Church Street 
^^'oodstock, Virginia 

STEPHEN ^\'ILLIAM APPELL 
620 Liberty Bell Road 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

JOHN BROSTROM ARENDT 
1360 E. Mountain Drive 
Santa Barbara, California 



JAMES SIMMONS ARMSTRONG 

106 S. Rogers Street 
Rogersville, Tennessee 

WAYNE WARREN ARMSTRONG 

Route 1, Box 359 

Chesapeake, Virginia 

GILES LEE ASBURY 

812 Albemarle Street 
Bluefield, West Virginia 

JACOB PARKER BAILEY 
Lovingston, Virginia 



JOHN MARSHALL BASS 
Gladys, Virginia 

CARROLL LYNN BELL 

1315 Belle Aire Circle 

Roanoke, Virginia 

RICHARD CLARK BELL 

218 W. Whitlock Avenue 

Winchester, Virginia 

GEORGE McCONNELL BLACK 

3987 Elmwood Road 

Cleveland Heights, Ohio 











HARRY EDGAR BOGGS, JR. 

Mt. Storm, West Virginia 

SAMUEL FRADEY BOST 

507 East "H" Street 

Erwin, North Carolina 

DAVY EDWARD BOWERS 

Route 1 

Baskerville, Virginia 

JAMES PEYTON BRADNER 

7720 Brentford Drive 

Richmond, Virginia 



JAMES HENRY BREAKELL 
342 N. Princeton Avenue 
Swarthmore, Pennsylvania 

JOHN WALTER BROWN 
2703 Secota Drive 
Hampton, Virginia 

WILLIAM PATTERSON BROWN 

3908 Seminary Avenue 

Richmond, Virginia 

JEFFREY MAWOOD BULL 

104 Monroe Avenue 

Cape Charles, Virginia 




JAMIESON PAINTER BYARS 

201 Forest Road 

Oxford, North Carolina 

WILLIAM GRADY CARPER, JR. 

1008 Henry Street 

Princeton, West Virginia 



ARTHUR SHAWN CASEY 

9 Cross Roads 

Newport News, Virginia 

RICHARD GORDON CHILDS 
3008 Buckingham Road 
Durham, North Carolina 



ANDREW HUNTINGTON 

CLEMENTS 

5302 Little Falls Road 

Arlington, Virginia 

CHARLES ROBERT COBB 
3819 Manton Lane 
Lynchburg, Virginia 




BRYAN KUO COCKRELL 

101 Ching Shan Road 

Shan Tze Hou Yang Ming Shan 

Taiwan, Republic of China 

RODNEY AMES COGGIN 

Meadowbrook Road 

Warsaw, Virginia 

JOHN GORDON COLEMAN, JR. 

815 Cabell Avenue 

Charlottesville, Virginia 

BURKE HUTCHINS GRAVER, JR. 

4001 Third Street 

Chesapeake, Virginia 

FRANK BERNARD 

CUMMINGS, JR. 

1738 Wiltshire Bouelvard 

Huntington, West Virginia 

ROBERT ERROLL DEACLE 

107 W. Linden Street 

Alexandria, Virginia 

DOUGLAS DEAN 

DEFFENBAUGH 

200 Maple Avenue 

Waynesboro, Virginia 

RAYMOND GUERRANT DODSON 

4314 Noyes Avenue 

Charleston, West Virginia 








CHARLES MUSE DOUGLASS 

3901 Piirk Avenue 

Richmond, \'irginia 

\\ILLL\M RERRY DUMAS 

3251 Dell Road 

Birmingham, Alabama 

ALAN DOW DUNLAP 

3203 Orion Circle 

Griffiss A.F.B. 

Rome, New York 

ARTHUR RUSSELL 

DUNNINGTON, JR. 

108 Fleetwood Avenue 

Waverly, Virginia 

THOMAS ARCHIBALD 

DU\'ALL, III 

701 Bonifant Street 

Silver Spring, Maryland 

EDGAR LEE DYER 

1011 East Keams Avenue 

High Point, North Carolina 

EDWARD FRANK ECKERT, JR. 

4111 Venable Avenue, S.E. 

Charleston 4, West Virginia 

CHRISTOPHER CARR EDGE 

2225 South Parkway East 

Memphis, Tennessee 

JAMES RANDOLPH EDWARDS 

1830 Belleville Road, S.W. 

Roanoke, Virginia 

GILMER FRANKLIN FLIPPIN 

1517 Claremont Court 

Pulaski, Virginia 

WILLIAM EVANS SHERLOCK 

FLORY 

Bo.x 862, Route 1 

Woodbridge, V'irginia 

JOHN ALEXANDER FORBES, III 

1209 Magnolia Road 

Ednor, Maryland 





WILLIAM FRANCIS FRANGK, III 

Route 1, Box 63 

Martinsville, Virginia 

BRUCE JOHNSTON FRANZ 

51 Sunset Parkway 

Asheville, North Carolina 

JUNIUS GERALD FREEMAN, III 

17 Edgewood Avenue 

Concord, North Carolina 

STUART THOMAS FRENCH 

3063 Kinnamon Road 
Winston-Salem, North Carolina 



DONALD STEPHEN FRIES 

2715 Prescott Road 

Havertown, Pennsylvania 

WARREN GRIGLER FULTON, JR. 

169 Confederate Avenue 

Danvile, Virginia 

LARRY ROBERT GILBERTSON 

3580 N. Abingdon Street 
Arlington, Virginia 

LOWRIE RALSTON GLASGOW 

1215 Patterson Avenue 

Roanoke, Virginia 



HOLMES RANDOLPH GRIMM, HI 

1228 Grace Avenue 

Clifton Forge, Virginia 

TERRY DEXTER HALL 
13 Orchard Road 
Radford, Virginia 

JEFFREY RUSSELL HARRIS 

5433 Berry Hill Road 

Norfolk, Virginia 

CHARLES WALTON HARTGE 

490 Lakeshore Drive 

Eustis, Florida 

MICHAEL DREW HARTLEY 

2000 North Potomac Street 

Arlington, Virginia 

ROBERT RANDOLPH HATTEN 
6 Club Terrace 

Newport News, Virginia 

DAVID SANFORD HAY 
414 Fourth Avenue 
Farmville, Virginia 

ROBERT BARTLETT HEARN 
46 Righters Mill Road 
Narberth, Pennsylvania 



JAMES EDGAR HENDERSON 

1429 Audubon Road 

Charlotte, North Carolina 

DALE MAYO HODGES 

1300 Richland Place 
Murfreesboro, Tennessee 

JOHN DILLARD HOOKER 

Sunset Drive 

Stuart, Virginia 

FRED TAYLOR HORNEFFER 

"High Up," Route 116 

Purdy's, New York 

PHILIP WHITFIELD HUGHES 

2418 Reed Road 

Richmond, Virginia 

HOWARD JOSEPH HULL 
1716 Windy Hill Road 
Lancaster, Pennsylvania 

LEE ANDERSON JACKSON, JR. 

810 Clovercrest Drive 

Alexandria, Virginia 

RICHARD CONRAD JACKSON 
Route 1, Forest Hills 
Harrisonburg, Virginia 

FRANK GEOFFREY JENNINGS 

2101 Rosalind Avenue, S.W. 

Roanoke, Virginia 

ROYSTON JESTER, IV 

1919 Quarry Road 

Lynchburg, Virginia 

DAVID CHURCHILL JONES 
906 Mulberry Road 
Martinsville, Virginia 

DAVID HOWARD JONES 

140 N. Ashe Street 

Southern Pines, North Carolina 




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JOHN CLAIBORNE JONES 

125 Woodland Road 
Petersburg, Virginia 

STEPHEN RANDALL KAAS 

4736 Tilly Mill Road 

Doraville, Georgia 

MICHAEL EUSTERMAN KING 

550 Country Club Drive 

Greensboro, North Carolina 

ROBERT MARSHALL KNAPP 

3813 48th Street, N.W. 
Washington 16, D. C. 

WILLIAM MICHAEL KNOTT 

1824 Northgate Street 
Durham, North Carolina 

JOEL ALAN KOLODNY 
1601 Sam Lions Trail 
Martinsville, Virginia 

MICHAEL JERRY KRUPIN 

1318 Slemp Street 

Salem, Virginia 

MATTHEW LYLE LACY, III 

801 Forest Hill Drive 

South HUl, Virginia 



BRUCE SEWELL LAMDIN 

1717 Lakeside Avenue 
Baltimore, Maryland 

DAVID MICHAEL LEE 

2327 Overhill Road 
Charlotte, North Carolina 

WILLIAM MORRISSETTE MASON 

Burkeville, Virginia 

JAMES KEMP MATHEWS, JR. 
200 Melwood Lane 
Richmond, Virginia 

JOHN DANIEL McRAE 
8913 Norwick Road 
Richmond, Virginia 

WILLIAM REECE 

McWILLIAMS, JR. 

3801 Alston Road 

Columbia, South Carolina 

ADAM STEWART MILLER 

3543 Alton Place, N.W. 
Washington, D. C. 



THOMAS ARNOLD MILLS, 
R.F.D. 2, Bo.x 94-B 
Riclimond, Virginia 



JR. 





RICHARD CONNOR MORGAN 

305 Bellwood Road 
Lexington, North Carolina 

DALE LEE MORRIS 
1413 Ruffner Road 
Alexandria, Virginia 



FREDERICK McCULLOCH 

MORRISON, JR. 

3408 Landon Street 

Lynchburg, Virginia 

NORMAN deVERE MORRISON 

111 Rosemont Circle 

Berryville, Virginia 



HILLERY BENTON MYERS 

6400 Rose Hill Drive 

Alexandria, Virginia 

ROBERT WILBUR NANCE 

601 Westview Avenue 

Bedford, Virginia 




HUBERT WILSON NASH, JR. 

2615 Jefferson Street 

Roanoke, Virginia 

WALLACE CLAY NUNLEY, JR. 

Ingalls Circle 

Clifton Forge, Virginia 

DAVID EDWIN NUTTER 

15 Eshelman Road 

Lancaster, Pennsylvania 

RICHARD O'BRIEN 

9 Colonial Drive 

Scotch Plains, New Jersey 



OTIS LLOYD OSTBY, 

4028 Faxon 
Memphis, Tennessee 



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JOHNNY GLEN OVERSTREET 

607 Lee Street 

Bedford, Virginia 



WARREN MAXWELL PACE, 
9808 Kingsbridge Road 
Richmond, Virginia 

RUSSELL VAUGHAN 

PALMORE, JR. 

1000 South Center Street 

Ashland, Virginia 



JR. 




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CLARENCE FORD 

PEATROSS, JR. 

Ill S. Sunset Drive 

Winston-Salem, North Carolina 

JOHN TUCKER PERCY 

3130 Sedgewick Drive 

Lynchburg, \'irginia 

MICHAEL ANDREW PETRIE 

411 Riverside Drive 

Morganton, North Carolina 

JOHN RICHARD PHILIPS 

461 Linden Road 

Charleston, \\'est Virginia 

JOHN FRANK POTTER 

1021 Cabell Street 
Lynchburg, Virginia 

SAMUEL JAMES 

PRICHARD, HI 

113 Woodsdale Road 

Pittsburg, Pennsylvania 

DAVID LEE PROPST 

U.S. AID 

APO New York, New York 



HARRY ALBERT RADDIN, 
1906 Parma Road 
Richmond, \'irginia 



JR. 



EDWARD JARRATT RAMSEY, JR. 
7615 Pinehill Drive 
Richmond, \''irginia 

PAUL LESLIE REIBER, III 

9 Woodcock Lane 

Westport, Connecticut 

DAVID ROBERT 

REVELEY, JR. 

122 St. Mary's Street 

Raleigh, North Carolina 

JAMES HOWARD RHODES 

4017 Longfellow Street 
Lynchburg, Virginia 





DAVID MOTT ROBERTSON, HI 

1817 Canterbury Road 

Roanoke, Virginia 

WILLIAM RANDOLPH 
ROBINSON 

1826 Berkeley 
Petersburg, Virginia 

DONALD CLARENCE ROBINSON 
1025 Andros Road 
Richmond, Virginia 



WILLIAM DANIEL ROLL, 

3608 Virginia Avenue 
Charleston, West Virginia 



JR. 



HENRY CARMICHAEL ROWE 

Kinsale, Virginia 

WILLIAM BUREN 

RUTHERFORD, JR. 

3527 Hartland Road, S.W. 

Roanoke, Virginia 

HOWARD GILMER SADLER 

P.O. Box 471 

Pulaski, Virginia 

SAMUEL ROWELL SARGENT, JR. 

3163 West Ridge Road 

Roanoke, Virginia 



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EDWARD MATHEW SCHAAF 
423 Pennington Lane 
Louisville, Kentucky 

BRUCE MICHAEL 

SCHREIBFEDER 

837 Hundley Street 

Martinsville, Virginia 

WADE CRAWFORD SCRUGGS 

Box 401 

Gretna, Virginia 

JOSEPH WELCH SEEGERS 

2701 Mayview Road 

Raleigh, North Carolina 

HARMON IMES SHADE 

13 Mulberry Court 

Martinsville, Virginia 

WARREN MITCHELL SHAW 

1213 Lanier Road 

Martinsville, Virginia 

THOMAS HORLICK SHOMO 
631 Oakland Terrace 
Alexandria, Virginia 

FRANCIS ALFRED SINES, II 

1019 Edgewood Drive 

Charleston, West Virginia 

CLYDE ARTHUR SMITH, JR. 

209 DLxon Avenue 

Beckley, West Virginia 

MICHAEL RANDOLPH STEWART 

305 Sasanqua Drive 

Greenville, South Carolina 

GARY WAYNE STONER 

331 Ellsworth Street 

Roanoke, Virginia 

DAVID CLARK STRADINGER 
1702 Wilmart Street 
Rockville, Maryland 

DAVID ALAN STULMAN 
3463 Annandale Road 
Falls Church, Virginia 

ULYSSES DICKENS, 

SUDDUTH, JR. 

1024 Hendrick Street 

Culpeper, Virginia 

JERALD EDWARD TALBOTT 

Halifax Road 

South Boston, Virginia 

WILLIAM THOMAS TARRY 
515 Williamsboro Street 
Oxford, North Carolina 

MICHAEL DOUGLAS TAYLOR 

Apt. 4590 

Maracay, Venezuela 

RICHARD EDWARDS TAYLOR 

102 Woodland Avenue 

Lynchburg, Virginia 

JOSEPH TEDESCO 

8906 Tarrytown Drive 

Richmond, Virginia 

ROY TIMOTHY TEPPER 
506 Waveny Road 
Richmond, Virginia 



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DAVID RAY THOMPSON 

P.O. Box 4 

Blacksburg, Virginia 

JOHN HARVEY THOMPSON 

11 Beechwood Drive 

Yorktown, \'irginia 

PATRICK DONNALLY 

THRASHER 

7433 Flicker Point 

Norfolk 5, Virginia 

MICHAEL DAVID TILLER 

604 Roberts Drive 

Vienna, Virginia 

HARRY ROBERT TOPPING 

829 Madison Street 
Clifton Forge, Virginia 

JACK ALLEN VANDOVER 

13400 Piscataway Drive 

Oxon Hill, Maryland 

STEVAN HUNTER VanLEAR 
25 Dellwood Avenue 
Chatham, New Jersey 

WILLIAM THOMAS 

VAUGHAN, JR. 

2305 Prince Street 

Durhajii, North Carolina 

FINDLEY McILWAINE 

WADDELL, II 

Box 746 

Lexington, Virginia 

GERALD MELVILLE WALKER 

3601 Brinkmore Road 

Cleveland Heights, Ohio 

THOMAS DANIEL LeCLAIR 

WALKER 

6548 N. 27th Street 

Arlington, Virginia 

JOHN STEWART WALLACE, JR. 
1 Bayview Drive 
Shalimar, Florida 

FREDERICK HYDE WALSH, II 

23 Ridgewood Drive 

Staunton, Virginia 

MICHAEL PATRICK WEDDLE 
Route 2, Box 90 
Radford, Virginia 

ROBERT GARY WHEELER 

704 Berkshire Place 
Martinsville, Virginia 

RICHARD JONES WILLIAMS 

413 Goodspeed Road 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 



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WALTER HERMAN WITT, III 
234 Henry Street 
Norton, Virginia 

RICHARD LEE WOBUS 

8499 Lynn River Road 

Norfolk, Virginia 

WILLIAM GUY WOHLFORD 

213 2nd Street 

Apt. I 

Radford, Virginia 



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Kappa Sigma 



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D. Alley K. Hyde A. Soucek 

C. Chewning R. Oakey W. Stuchell 




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W. Childrey P. Leggett L. Matthews 

J. Jenkins S. Martin J. Null 





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R. Owen D. Beard J. Dortch 

J. Parker F. Campbell J. Feldmann 

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C. Guthridge B. Jewett F. Patterson 

J. Heilig J. Mack J. Pendleton 

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R. Wiltshire W. Carper F. Morrison 

C. Bell J. Edwards R. Palmore 



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W. Rutherford 



UPSILON CHAPTER 

Established at Hampden-Sydney College in 1883 

L. W. MATTHEWS, III President 

W. C. CHILDREY Vice-President 

R. S. OAKEY Secretary 

R. H. OWEN Treasurer 

J. R. PARKER, III Rush Chairman 



Only the imacination of Jinks could have had this reward. 



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MRS. EMMA ANTHONY 
Sponsored by Kappa Sigma Fraternity 




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Pi Kappa Alpha 

Founded in 1868 

IOTA CHAPTER 

Founded at Hampden-Sydney College in 1885 

W. TOWNES President 

L. TWEEL Vice President 

F. BOOTH Secretary 

W. TENNENT Treasurer 



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J. Collins C. Thompson J. Tuck J. Pickens R. Goggin T. Lawrence 

F. Booth J. Lipscomb W. Townes L. Tweel C. Bowman R. R. James 

R. Potter A. Riggins P. Smith W. Tennent R. Axselle T. Edwards 

R. McConnell T. Richardson J. Rosenstock W. Sprye R. Albee R. Chitwood 




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R. Howell D. Lee P. Rome R. Tweel J. Scott E. Dyer 

E. Frank A. Johns P. Peatross D. Soden R. Witthoefft M. King 



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C. Cobb J. Overstreet R. Dodson R. Reveley 

B. Lambdin P. Hughes E. Eckert 



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G. Alcom W. Eason J. Kight C. Sanderson P. Smith 

E. Bryan J. Franklin M. Paulette W. Shumadine T. Tysinger 




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C. Armfield S. Butler J. Leonard W. W. Miller P. Mowbray 

E. Bell J. Councill R. Madden J. Morrison W. Pollard 



W. Redfem G. Buck J. Jordan J. Lee S. Appell 

W. Sanders R. Caudle A. Leake E. Prewitt G. Coleman 



C. Douglass L. Gilbertson M. Lacy H. Sadler E. Schaaf 

S. French R. Jester J. Mathews S. Sargeant W. Tarry 



The glittering light of the Order. 




Kappa Alpha 

Founded in 1865 

ALPHA TAU CHAPTER 

Established at Hampden-Sydney College in 1899 

T. TYSINGER President 

J. FRANKLIN Vice President 

M. PAULETTE Secretary 

W. SHUMADINE Treasurer 



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Lambda Chi Alpha 




Founded in 1909 




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S. Baker D. Chiles C. Crist E. Hopkins 

C. Baldu-in R. Chilton A. Day 

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W. Jordan J. McNeel J. Pay-ne E. Younger 

W. Lowry J. Painter W. Shipp 





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W. GUlespie F. Jesser C. Moore W. Seegers 

R. Graham D. Nlilboum R. Johnson 





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D. Bosworth H. Frazier R. Hilton S. Olsen 

F. Biinkley A. Glaser R. King 

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p. Shiflett R. Tavlor R. Watt C. Wakinson 

M. Sugg P. Trible R. West 

L. Yates C. Edge D. Hay S. Kaas 

B. CocJtrell J. Forbes R. Jackson 

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H. Nash W. Roll J. Tedesco 

J. Percy J. Seegers S. VanLear 




KAPPA ETA ZETA CHAPTER 
Established at Hampden-Sydney College in 1926 

J. PAYNE President 

D. CHILES Vice President 

E. HOPKINS Secretary 

C. CRIST Treasurer 

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OFFICERS 
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SIGMA SIGMA CHAPTER 

Established at Hampden-Sydney College in 1872 
Reorganized in 1931 

G. SUMMERS President 

C. POSS Vice President 

J. RAGSDALE Secretary 

J. \\'HITAKER Treasurer 



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C. Poss G. Summers 

L. Houck 



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K. Whitaker J. Caldwell 
J. Beach 

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W. Carter E. Becker 
D. Rucker 

J. Beckner F. Jennings 
C. Evans 

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J. Mills A. Dunlap 

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M. Brickey M. Chinn 

J. Bruce 



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J. RissmiUer C. Thomas 

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B. Hackney G. La 

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G. Vaughn W. Blanks H. Custis J. Early 




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C. Romaine M. Stewart J. Thornton T. Walker 

P. Reiber W. Shaw D. Stradinger M. Tiller R. Wheeler 



Theta Chi 




Founded in 1865 

NU CHAPTER 

Established at Hampden-Sydney College in 1914 

T. HINTON President 

W. SHUMATE Vice President 

G. VAUGHN Secretary 

W. HOPKINS Treasurer 



A choice greeting of welcome. 





Miss Sally Grayson 
Sponsored by Mr. Mark Chinn 




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V^' ^^ y^ ^^, 

Sigma Nu ^ iC. i^ ^il ^ 1^ 

P. Anderson R. Doyle D. Hartman T. Littrell 

G. Dixon D. Haagensen R. Hawkins 

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W^^^J^f ^' ^^^5'^" ^- ^^°" ^- White E. Dedrick 

■"■^^ G. Reaney H. Sebren J. Bruin 

Founded in 1869 IbL I^ ^Ik ufi J^fe Ctl ^A 

F. Diprisco C. Ford J. Hazlegrove J. Mapp 

A. Elliott H. Hazlegrove R. Loving 

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E. Noland G. Talbot W. Boone J. Chamblin 

ETA PI CHAPTER ''•'"''"" C. Bondurant J. Can,pen 

Established at Hampden-Sydney College in 1965 ^N ^^ M% f^^ ifftw g^, ^^ 

T. W. LITTRELL President V. ^ \'^ J&V ^ ^^^ .^^^ 

E. B. NOLAND, JR Vice President ^f^ ^ f ^ AA tfsB ^Qfe tfil H^B 

B. K. WHITE, JR Treasurer 

■n r, » ivTT-vT-'nc/->xT o J W.Eastwood D. Hanse J.Hughes J. Lemer 

P. R. ANDERSON Recorder W. Fortune L. Hightower VV. Kunze 

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N. Miller L. Thomas J. Bull W. Nunley 

W. Tilson W. Flory F. Cummings 

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MHBHl W. Franck D.Jones N.Morrison 

If ■mn^ H. HuU G. Lancaster J. McRae 

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D. Nutter R. Williams 

D. Thompson T. Walshe 




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Chi Phi 




Founded in 1824 



EPSILON CHAPTER 

Established at Hampden-Sydney College in 1867 

J. D. MILES, III President 

T. J. BURR, JR Vice President 

H. S. TINKHAM Secretary 

J. B. EDGE, JR Treasurer 




Come on; let's try it again, but with this one! 









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T. Burr D. Miles H. Yeatts B. Alexander J. Claybrook J. Edge 

P. Joyner R. Voight S. Gedney S. Beck T. Corkran J. Mackey 









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M. Reid F. Wilinson R. Bigelow G. Duke P. Paschall B. Roper 

S. Tinkham R. Winfree G. Boylan N. Gaynor M. Reid H. Scott 



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G. Swearmgton D. Woodhouse P. Brown B. Graver T. Hartge D. Stulman 

B. Westerhouse J. Arendt J. Byars J. Harris H. Shade C. Sudduth 



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J. Thompson G. Wohlford 

B. WaddeU L. Glasgow 




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not to dedicate himself to intellectual thoughtness 
and moral integrity. 




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wherein I may learn of him, and in 
that I am his pupil. 

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Martha makes her debut at Hampden-Sydney, 
and goes over great! 



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Bottom row: SU-Sebren, H., E; 43-Pickens, J., FB; 72-Che\vning, 
B., T; 71-Jewett, B., G; 53-Martin. S., C; 12-Lipscomb, W., QB; 
73-Gillespie, B., T; 82-Mack, J., E; 23-Tvsinger, T., HB; 22-Lee, 
]., WB: Second row: 14-Caudle, B., RB; 78-Edwards, T., T; 
50-Hyde, K., C; 21-Lee. D., RB; 67-Dodson, R., T; 42-NuU, 



J., FB; 70-Goggin, R., T; 75-Robertson, B.. T; 11-Summers, G., 
OB; 56-Miller, B., G; 88 Kmpin, M., WB; 87-Beard, D., E; 
33-Hinton, D., WB; Third row: 34-PoIIard, B., RB; 63-Finger, 
D., G; 61-Mowbrav, P., G: 40-Bell. T., FB; 66-Appell, S., G; 
64-Gilbertson, L., G'; 62-Smith, P. G; 79-Caldwell, J. E: 75-Reveley, 



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Football 



1965 Football Schedule 

H-SC- 3 Guilford-28 

H-SC-14 Bridgewater- 7 

H-SC- 14 Washington and Lee- 

HtSC-15 Western Maryland-13 

H-SC-40 Johns Hopkins- 

H-SC-13 Emor>' and Henxy-28 

H-SC-39 Frederick-26 

H-SC-14 Centre- 7 

H-SC- Randolph-Macon- 7 








B., RB; 24-Rome, P., RB; 86-Morrison, J., E; 65-Jordan, J., G; 
55-Axselle, R., C; Top row: 68-Ashbury, L., G; 31-Palmore, R., E; 
69-Mak, T., G; 35-Douglas, B., RB; 38-Lancaster, B., E; 77-Shaw, 
P., T; 74-Reiber, P., T; 81-Stradinger, D., E; 83-Wholford, G., E; 
25-Tiller, M., RB; 52-Schaaf, N., G; 44-Wheeler, G., RB; IS-King, 
M,, QB; 84-Edwards, R., E; 37-Jennings, G., RB; 60-Frank, D., G. 




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Whitey Lipscomb, Most Valuable Player All Mason-DLxon, Little All 
American throws for six. 



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Tigers on their way to a touchdown. 



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Travis sheds a blocker. 






Homecoming 1965 

On September the first a record of 68 players turned out 
for Coach Stokeley Fulton's summer camp. 

The coaches were very optimistic about the forth-coming 
'65 campaign. This optimism was founded primarily on the 
return of All Mason-Dixon and All Little Eight members: 
Whitey Lipscomb and Travis Tysinger. To be on the receiving 
end of Lipscomb's passes were ends: All Little Eight Herb 
Sebren, John Mack, and Mo Shumate, and Sophomore wingback 
Jimmy Lee. Joining Lipscomb and Tysinger in the Tiger back- 
field were Phil Rome, non-ailing Jim Pickens, and Jimmy Null. 
The offensive line was built around tackles Bill Chewning, Bob 
Robertson, and Bill Gillespie; guards Bryce Jewett, Denny 
Finger, Pete Mowbray, and center Steve Martin. 

Defensively, the halfbacks and safety men were chosen 
from a nucleus of Jimmy Lee, Donnie Lee, Deke Summers, Bill 




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Pollard, Dave Hinton, and freshman Russ Palmore and 
Mike King. Linebacks positions were anchored by Ken 
Hyde, tenor Jimmy Null, and freshman standout Mike 
Krupin. The defensive line was composed of big Ron 
Goggin, Travis Edwards, Bob Robertson, Bill Miller, and 
freshmen Ray Dodson and Skip Appell. At the end posts 
were John Mack, Dave Beard and Joe Caldwell. 

The Tigers opened their season in Greensboro with 
the Quakers of Guilford College. The game was played 



Gillespie leads interference. 



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Hinton intercepts. 



in sweltering heat, and the Tigers were faced with probably the 
most formidable football team that Guilford had had in several years. 

The inability of the Tiger offensive to move the football coupled 
with frequent mental lapses resulted in defeat. Although die opposi- 
tion tallied 28 points, the coaching staff was pleased with the defen- 
sive play of halfback Donnie Lee and safetyman Deke Summers. 
Freshman Mike Krupin and Ray Dodson showed great promise. 
T\' T\singer gave the Tigers their only score of the afternoon by 
booting a 37 yard field goal. Final score: H-SC 3 — Guilford 28. 

After licking their wounds of the previous week's defeat, 
H-SC squeezed pass Bridgewater College. Following a disappoint- 
ing first half, plagued by fumbles, the Tigers ground game went 
into high gear with Jim Pickens and Travis Tysinger doing the 
big damage: each scoring a touchdown. However, defensively was 
where the game was won. Led by linebackers Null, Hyde, and 




Krupin, the defensive team kept the 
Eagles bottled in their territory all after- 
noon. Mike Krupin blocked a Bridge- 
water punt setting up the Tigers go 
ahead touchdown. Final score: H-SC 
14 — Bridgewater 7. 

Homecoming at Hampden - Sydney 
brought another capacity crowd to Death 
Valley. All the pretty "imports" saw 
the Tigers humble the Generals from 
Washington and Lee for the third con- 
secutive year. The words of Coach 
Fulton best exemplified those of all pres- 
ent, "the team played one of the best 
football games I have \wtnessed at 
Hampden-Sydney." 

With Ty Tysinger rushing for 65 yards 
and quarterback ^^'llitey Lipscomb com- 
pleting 14 of 23 passes for 107 yards, 
the Tiger offense showed great consis- 
tency. 

Defensively, Jimmy Null had another 
fine day at his linebacking post; how- 
ever he had tremendous support from 




Pollard returns kick-oif. 




•^ -, ^^. -• Rome drives for yardage. 



Summers, "Wait until next time." 




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Ken H>de checks offensive line-up. 




Jimmy Null shows the form of an All Mason-Dixon linebacker. 



Mowbray takes a rest between plays. 




Donnie Lee makes an outstanding 



tackle Bill Miller, Middle guard Rod 
Goggin, and ends Bob Robertson and 
John Mack. Donnie Lee drew praise for 
his work in the defensive secondary. 
One of the biggest factors in the Tigers 
win was the punting of Ty Tysinger. 
He booted the ball six times for an 
average of 43.1 yards. Final score: H-SC 
14 -WL 0. 

For many teams a week lay off can 
lead to possible let down in the next 
game. However, the Tigers picked up 
where they left off in their tilt with 
\A'estem Maryland. In the first three 
quarters the Tigers offense ripped off 
15 points and seemed headed for ano- 
ther easy victory. Suddenly Maryland 
tallied two quick touchdo\\ms and the 
score was 15-13. But the Tigers held on! 



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Offensively, Tysinger had another fine day of rushing, collecting 
97 yards in 15 carries. Lipscomb followed suit with his passing 
attack completing 10 of 18 for 102 yards. Final score: H-SC 15 — 
Western Maryland 13. 

With successive victories over Bridgewater, Washington and 
Lee, and \\'estem Maryland, the Tigers were displaying the offensive 
punch that was hoped for at the beginning of the season. A trip 
to Johns Hopkins proved to be consistent with the trend. Herb 
Sebren showed his catching prowess by hauling in five passes for 
93 yards and a first period touchdown. Although only pla\ing one 
half, Lipscomb completed 10 of 14 passes for 146 yards. Phil Rome 
returned to a starting berth after being out with a pulled muscle. 



Kirk White tends Tiger needs during timeout. 





Pickens on a jaunt for yardage. 



Palmore defends. 




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Herb makes an All Mason-Dixon catch. 




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Goggin pulls to lead the way. 



Tiger halftime instruction. 




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Guard Pete Mowbray and center Steve Martin turned in their best 
performance, as did Freshman Quarterback Mike King, throwing 
twice for 27 yards. Coach Fulton was able to use 37 men in this 
overwhelming win. Six different players got their name in the 
scoring column. (Final score: H-SC 40 — Johns Hopkins O.) 

Toting a 4-1 record, Hampden-Sydney traveled to Emory and 
Henry with hopes of bettering their slate. The Wasps built up a 
quick lead, but the Tigers came back and kept themselves in the 
game. They had several chances to go ahead, but they could not 
combine enough of the bite, previously inflicted on other opponents. 
In the fourth quarter, the Wasps stunned the Tigers with a 70 yard 
return punt for a touchdown, and the Tigers were unable then to 
make any formidable challenge. Herb Sebren had seven receptions 
for 120 yards, a fine performance. Whitey Lipscomb hit receiver 
on 17 of 35 attempts for 207 yards. Tiger linebacker Jimmy Null 
was credited with 23 tackles. Final score: H-SC 13 — Emory and 
Henry 26. 





Martin leads the Tiger pack. 



Dodson meets blocker head on. 



Whitey scrambles for first down 
yardage. 




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The Tigers greeted a Parents and Friends Day crowd with a real "NFL" 
spectacular, ^^'hite^' Lipscomb had possibly the best day of his career, 
completing IS of 26 passes for 289 yards and 2 touchdowns. Wingback 
Jimm\- Lee was his prime target. Lee caught 11 passes for 200 yards giving 
him 30 receptions. The rushing offense was equally effective, rushing for 
245 yards. Phil Rome collected 70 yards and three touchdowns. Bryce 
Jewett had a fine day of blocking, and has dra\\Ti constant praise from 
Coach Fulton all year. Defensively, end Bob Robertson played another 
outstanding game and tackle Joe Caldwell sho\\ed the spark which promised 
to make him a hard man to beat for the remainder of the year. "Knocker" 
blocked a Frederick field goal attempt as well as two extra point tries. 

Final score: H-SC 39 — Frederick 26. ^^'ith a 5-2 record Hampden- 
Sydney ne.xt met Centre College of Kentucky and tripped them 14-7. Phil 
Rome and Tra\is Tysinger rushed for a total of 153 yards. The Tigers won 
but on the whole they played one of their poorer games. Possibly they were 
looking forward to Ashland. Final score: H-SC 14 — Centre 7. 

In the final game of the season Hampden-Sydney met arch-rival 
Randolph-NLicon at Ashland, Va. A crowd of 7000 turned out to witness 
the game which was to determine the Mason-Dixon and Virginia Small 
College Champions. The first half was filled with tough, hard-hitting football, 
neither team being able to score. The second half brought disaster to the 
Tigers. The Yellow Jackets drove down the field and scored, the extra point 
attempt failed. Then a stiff Randolph-Macon defense quelled any significants 
that the Tigers managed to muster. A fourth quarter field goal clinched for 
the opposition their first win in four years. 



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Robertson holds down defensive end. Krupin spins out to make the tackle. 




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Sophomore Status .... 56-65 
Faculty 66-75 

Early Winter 

Environment 76-83 

Challenge 84-87 



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Sophomore Class Officers 

President Robert Roper 

Vice President Richard King 

Secretary-Treasurer James Lee 

Historian D. E. Woodhouse 



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WALTER CASON BARCO 

301 5th Street 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 

JOHN CURTIS BEACH 

427 Lake Avenue 

Salem, Virginia 

DAVID HERRING 

BEARD, JR. 

2709 Lockmore Drive 

Raleigh, North Carolina 

EDWARD COSBY BECKER 

P.O. Bo.\ 37 

Ronks, Pennsylvania 



JAMES LANCASTER 

BECKNER 

914 E. Holson Avenue 

Johnson City, Tennessee 

WILLIAM WILES BELK 

308 George Street 

Fredericksburg, \'irginia 

HORATIO A. E. BIGELOW 

2125 Hanover Avenue 

Richmond, Virginia 

JEFFREY GALEN 

BLANCHARD 

605 Buck Jones Road 

Raleigh, North Carolina 

WILLIAM HUNTER 

BLANKS 
3810 Wakefield Road 

Richmond, Virginia 
CHARLES QUENTIN 

BONDURANT 
2702 WyclifJe Avenue 

Roanoke, Virginia 

WILLIAM TAYLOR 

BOONE, JR. 

Rua General Artigas 511 

Apt. 401 - Leblon 

Rio de Janerio, Brazil 

DAVID CHRISTOPHER 

BOSWORTH 

Onancock, Virginia 



GEORGE WORTH BOYLAN 

APO 406 

New Y'ork, New Y'ork 

FRANCIS LYNN BRINKLEY 

113 Webster Avenue 

Goshen, New York 

GARY HARLAN BUCK 

Route 2 

Clintwood, Virginia 

RONALD HUNTER 

BURTON 

2405 Dumbarton Road 

Richmond, Virginia 




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JOSEPH SCOTT 
CALDWELL, III 

Box 38 

Powhatan, Virginia 

FREDERIC SCOTT 

CAMPBELL, III 

20 River Road 

Richmond, Virginia 

JAMES TOWSEND 

CAMPEN 

302 East 3rd Avenue 

Red Springs, North Carohna 

WILLIAM POWELL 

CARTER 

115 Tuckahoe Boulevard 

Richmond, Virginia 

ROBERT KEITH 

CAUDLE, JR. 
5802 Park Avenue 
Richmond, Virginia 
JAMES HAMMERLY 
CHAMBLIN 
105 Madison Court 
Leesburg, Virginia 

WALTER RANDOLPH 

CHITWOOD 

Pine Ridge 

Wytheville, Virginia 

JEFFREY LAWRENCE 

CLEARY 

1 Wagner Road 

Poquoson, Virginia 




All can hear, but only the sensitive can understand. 



GIBRAN 




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THOMAS DWIGHT 

CORKRAN 

11 Nanticoke Road 

Cambridge, Maryland 

WILLIAM FRANK COTTY 

King Haiglar Apts.-Q 

Mill Street 

Camden, South Carolina 

WILLIAM THOMAS 

CULPEPPER, III 

1705 Parkview Drive 

Elizabeth City, North Carolina 

HENRY POWELL 

CUSTIS, JR. 
Onancock, Virginia 

ROBERT LEWIS 

DABNEY, IV 

2115 Maiden Lane, S.W. 

Roanoke, Virginia 

CHRISTOPHER MORTON 

DANIEL, JR. 

Route 1, Bo.x 395 

Danville, Virginia 

FRANK GASSAWAY 

DAVIDSON, III 

325 Woodland Avenue 

Lynchburg, Virginia 

FRANK PARSONS 

DICKINSON 
8906 Norwick Road 
Richmond, Virginia 

HARVEY TAYLOR DIXON 

913 Tyler Drive 

Williamsburg, Virginia 

JEFFRESS SAMUEL 

DORTCH, III 

24 Lexington Road 

Richmond, Virginia 

RICHARD GARY DUKE 

511 Winston Way 

Frankfort, Kentucky 

WILLIAM ASHLEY 

EASTWOOD 

9 Old Farm Road, Bellair 

Charlottesville, Virginia 



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JAMES TRAVERS 

EDWARDS, JR. 

145 Sykes Court 

Smithfield, Virginia 

RODERICK HAMILTON 

ESKEW 

P. O. Box 205 

Springhouse, Pennsylvania 

CHRISTOPHER KING 

EVANS 

824 13th Avenue 

Huntington, West Virginia 

JOHN DAVIS FELDMAN 

3656 Peakwood Drive 

Roanoke, Virginia 

WILLIAM MASON 

FORTUNE 

P. O. Box 336 

Craigsville, Virginia 

ERNEST MAURICE 

FRANK, JR. 

338 Francis Street 

Williamsburg, Virginia 

HARRY lELAND 

FRAZER, JR. 

106 Seneca Road 

Richmond, Virginia 

WILLIAM RUSSELL 

GARNETT 

P. O. Box 144 

Cumberland, Virginia 

NORMAN JOSEPH 
GAYNOR, III 

3715 Croydon Road, N.W. 

Canton 8, Ohio 

ARTHUR HENRY GLASER 

740 Virginia Avenue 

Harrisonburg, Virginia 

CHARLES MOSELEY 

GUTHRIDGE 

206 Ampthill Road 

Richmond, Virginia 

WILLIAM ALLEN 

HAMMOND 

136 1 Oak Grove Drive 

Decatur, Georgia 



DAVID JEROME HANSE 

2704 Lakeview Drive 

Raleigh, North Carolina 

MICHAEL GRAHAM 

HAYNIE 

1866 Greenwood Road 

Roanoke, Virginia 

JOHN ANDERS HEILIG 

1101 Westmoreland Avenue 

Norfolk, Virginia 

WILLIAM AUGUSTUS 

HIGGINS 

611 Mountain View Avenue 

Bluefield, West Virginia 






LAWRENCE EDWARD 

HIGHTOWER 

404 Aragona Boulevard 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 

ROBERT BLAIR HILTON 

Sutherland Woods 

Pulaski, Virginia 



ERNEST WYNNE HOWELL 

804 Brook-hill Road 

Richmond, Virginia 

ROBERT LEWIS HOWELL 

McNeil Road 

Sanford, North Carolina 






JOHN DONALD HUGHES 

2514 Crest Avenue 

Cheverly, Maryland 

BRYCE DICKINSON 

JEWETT, IR. 
606 W. 26th Street 
Richmond, Virginia 
WILLIAM ALLEN 
JOHNS, JR. 
1 1 Tapoan Road 
Richmond, Virginia 



JAMES MATTHIAS 

JORDAN, IV 

324 White Haven Lane 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 

RICHARD ALAN KING 

12 W. Fern Road 

Charleston, West Virginia 

WILLIAM BIRCH KUNZE 

19 Emrick Avenue 

Newport News, Virginia 



GEORGE BONNER 

LANCASTER, JR. 

Box 46, Route 3 

Mineral, Virginia 

WILLIAM EDWARD LANE 

144-C Robinson Road 

Richmond, Virginia 

JOSHUA THOMAS 

LAWRENCE, HI 

Route 2 

Tarboro, North Carolina 



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ANDREW KEAN 

LEAKE, III 

3405 Grove Avenue 

Richmond, Virginia 

DONALD ERLE LEE, JR. 

229 Lansing Avenue 

Lynchburg, Virginia 

JAMES BROADUS LEE 

6504 Engel Road 

Richmond, Virginia 



JOHN ARCHER LERNER 

215 E. Cummings Avenue 

Hampton, Virginia 

EDDIE ROUNTREE 

LOWRY, JR. 

812 Brompton Street 

Fredericksburg, Virginia 

ROBERT NORTON LUKAT 

12504 Bridlewood Drive 

Savannah, Georgia 



JOHN WALTER MACK 

212 Lindsey Avenue 

Runnemede, New Jersey 

RICHARD WAYNE 

McCONNELL 

1119 Stewart Drive 

Williamsburg, Virginia 

JAMES RANDOLPH 

McSPADDEN, JR. 

9260 Mason Creek Road 

Norfolk, Virginia 



JOHN ALLYN MILLER 

812 Marye Street 

Fredericksburg, Virginia 

NATHAN STEWART 

MILLER, III 

228 Church Street 

Martinsville, Virginia 

JERRY DALE MILLS 

315 Back Creek Road 

Seaford, Virginia 





SVEN WILLY OLSEN 

2 Cherry Drive 

Mt. Vernon, Illinois 

PHILIP DANDRIDGE 

PASCHALL 

President's House 

College of William and Mary 

Williamsburg, Virginia 

FREDERICK BRUCE 

PATTERSON 

West Main Street 

Wytheville, Virginia 

PAUL McALLEN 

PEATROSS, JR. 

711 Lyons Court Lane 

Charlottesville, Virginia 

JOHN WASHINGTON 

PENDLETON 

675 West Main Street 

Wytheville, Virginia 

JAMES FREDERICK 

PORTER, II 

609 Woodford Street 

Fredericksburg, Virginia 

EDWARD KENT 

PREWITT, JR. 

50 N. Spring Street 

Concord, North Carolina 

MILTON PRENTISS 

REID, II 

P.O. Box 163 

Amelia, Virginia 

CRAIG SCOTT 
ROMAINE, JR. 

Route 1 

Chester, Virginia 

PHILIP deBUTTS ROME 

129 Dranesville Road 

Herndon, Virginia 

ROBERT POORE 

ROPER, JR. 

8 E. 83rd Street 

Apt. 14-B 

New York 28, New York 

DOUGLAS PENDLETON 

RUCKER, JR. 

2712 Monument Avenue 

Richmond, Virginia 



NED HARTLEY 

SCHEARER 

66 S. Eagle Road 

HavertouTi, Pennsylvania 

HILDRED MARSHALL 

SCOTT 

112 Longstreet Avenue 

Highland Springs, Virginia 

JAMES MUNCY SCOTT, II 

305 3rd Street, W. 

Madison, West Virginia 



PENDLETON McKINNEY 

SHIFFLETT, III 

7410 Normandy Drive 

Richmond, Virginia 

SAMUEL STUART 

SHIPLETT 
9. E. Peabody Street 

Staunton, Virginia 

THOMAS OVERTON 

SMITH 

4009 College Heights Drive 

Hyattsville, Maryland 




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WILLIAM DOUGLAS 

SMITH 

P.O. Bo.x 62 

Anchorage, Kentucky 

DENIS FRANCIS SODEN 

5400 Dorchester Road 

Richmond, Virginia 

MARTIN HENRY SUGG 

932 Kenleigh Circle 

Winston-Salem, North Carolina 

MASON EUGENE 

SWEARINGEN, JR. 

449 Sheffield Drive 

Winston-Salem, North Carolina 




RICHARD THORNTON 

TAYLOR 

2410 E. Bessemer Avenue 

Greensboro, North Carolina 

LEWIS WALTER THOMAS 

6625 32nd Place, N.W. 

Washington 15, D. C. 

JOHN TIMOTHY 

THORNTON 

919 E. Riverview Drive 

Suffolk, Virginia 

ARMIN KING TILLEY 

1016 Chester Street 

Bristol, Virginia 

WILLIAM MALCOLM 

TILSON 

6015 Clames Drive 

Alexandria, Virginia 

PAUL SEWARD 

TRIBLE, JR. 

110 Carteret Drive 

Clarks Summit, Pennsylvania 

RONALD RAHALL TWEEL 

534 12th Avenue 

Huntington, West Virginia 

THOMAS MOORECROFT 

WALSHE, III 

2309 Hawthorne Road 

Lynchburg, Virginia 




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ROBERT LEE WATT, III 

610 S. Main Street 

Reidsville, North Carolina 

WILLIAM HOWARD 

WEISS, JR. 

206 Country Club Drive 

New Bern, North Carolina 

STAFFORD LEWIS 

WELD, JR. 

3370 Peakwood Drive 

Roanoke, Virginia 

RICHARD HENRY WEST 

2515 Avenham Avenue 

Roanoke, Virginia 



DEAN MERTON 

WESTERHOUSE, JR. 

7740 Marilea Road 

Richmond, Virginia 

CORBIN McCUE WILKES 

2118 N. Monroe Street 

Arhngton, Virginia 

CLAUDE MALLORY 

WILKINSON, JR. 

1712 W. Laburnum Avenue 

Richmond, Virginia 

CHARLES COLIVER 

WILLIMSON 

1090 Angelo Court, N.E. 

Atlanta 19, Georgia 

RICHARD WATKINS 

WILTSHIRE, JR. 

8916 Tolman Road 

Richmond, Virginia 

CHARLES FREDERICK 

WITTHOEFFT 

115 Orchard Drive 

St. Clairsville, Ohio 

DONALD EDWARD 

WOODHOUSE 

24 Cherry Lane 

Bristol, Virginia 

WILLIAM FREDERICK 

WRIGHT 

211 Greenbriar Avenue 

Hampton, Virginia 

LEIGHTON DELEVAN 

YATES, JR. 

472 Green Castle Lane 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 

ALFRED HUNTER 

YEATTS, JR. 

Floyd, Virginia 

JOHN BROOKE 

YOUNG, JR. 

411 Somerset Avenue 

Richmond, Virginia 

ROBERT EDWARD 

ZIMMERMAN 

120 West First Avenue 

Lexington, North Carolina 






THE PRESIDENT 

WALTER TAYLOR REVELEY 

B.A., Hampden-Sydney College, 1939; B.D., Union Theological 
Seminary in Virginia, 1942; Ph.D., Ehake University, 1953; elected 
President of Hampden-Sydney College in July, 1963. 



MR. G. GILMER CRADDOCK, JR. 

MR. R. W. LAWSON, JR. 

MR. R. C. EDMUNDS 

MR. HUGH P. POWELL, JR. 

DR. FRANK D. COSTENBADER 

MR. CLAUDIUS HORNBY 

PRITCHARD 
MR. LEWIS G. CHEWNLNG 
DR. WALTER TAYLOR REVELEY 

ABSENT: 

MR. FRANK C. BEDINGER 
DR. ANDREW R. BIRD, JR. 
SEN. EDWARD L. BREEDEN 
MR. JAMES WILLIAM 

DUNNINGTON 
MR. WILLIAM J. ERWIN 




Board of Trustees 



MR. HENRY G. REED 

DR. RIGHARD A. MICHAUX 

MR. ROBERT S. BRENAMAN 

DR. HERBERT TROTTER, JR. 

JUDGE ARGHIBALD C. BUGHANAN 

DR. WILLIAM T. PUGH 

MR. WILLIAM B. SPONG, JR. 

MR. W.ARREN W. HOBBIE 

ABSENT: 

MR. JOHN B. HENNEMAN 

DR. FRANK S. JOHNS 

DR. J.A.MES A. JONES 

MR. WILLIAM T. REED, JR. 

MR. DAVID D. SQUIRES 

DR. ROBERT C. VAUGHAN, JR. 




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Administration 



WILLIAM COLLAR HOLBROOK 

Academic Dean 
A.B., Harvard University, 1920; B.A., Oxford 
University, 1923; A.M., Harvard University, 
1928; Ph.D., Harvard University, 1930; joined 
faculty in 1960; appointed to present position 
in 1965. 



DONALD RICHARD ORTNER 

Dean of Students 
and Associate Professor 
of Psychology 
B.A., Northwestern College, 1944; B.Mus., Illi- 
nois Wesleyan University, 1946; C.R.M. Wis- 
consin Lutheran Seminary, 1947; M.A., Eastern 
Michigan University, 1957; Ph.D., Michigan 
State University, 1964; joined faculty in 1961; 
appointed to present position in 1963. 



LEWIS HARRISON DREW 

Director of Admissions 
M.A.T., Johns Hopkins University, I96I; 
B.A., Hampden-Sydney College, 1960; 
joined administration in 1963. 








CLAUDIUS HORNBY PRITCHARD 

Business Manager 

B.A., Hampden-Sydney College, 1950; M.A., 

Longwood College, 1965; joined administration 

in 1955. 



JOSEPH TRIPLETT TROTTER 
Director of Alumni 
B.S., Hampden-Sydney College, 1953; Appoint- 
ed to present position in 1960. 



JOHN HARDY WATERS, III 
Registrar 
B.A., Hampden-Sydney College, 1958; 
pointed to present position in 1965. 



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WILLARD FRANCIS 
BLISS 
Professor of History; B.A., 
Tufts University', 1939; 
Ph.D., Princeton University, 
1946; joined faculty in 1946. 




ELMO BERNARD 
FIRENZE 
Professor of German; A. B., 
University of Kentucky, 
1932; M.A., University of 
Kentucky, 1933; joined fac- 
ulty in 1946. 



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CHARLES FERCUSON 
McRAE 
Professor of Bible; A.B., 
Davidson College, 1928; 
B.D., LInion Theological 
Seminary, 1931; Th.M., Un- 
ion Theological Seminary, 
1932; Th.D., Union Theolog- 
ical Seminar>', 1951; joined 
faculty in 1942. 



THOMAS EDWARD 
GILMER 
Professor of Physics; B.S., 
Hampden-Sydney College, 
1923; M.S., University of 
Virginia, 1926; D.Sc, Medi- 
cal College of Virginia, 
1962; joined faculty in 1927. 




PHILIP HORTENSTINE 
ROPP 

Professor of English; B.A., 
Hampden-Svdnev College, 
1930; M.A.; Columbia Uni- 
versity, 1931; M.A., Harvard 
University, 1933; Ph.D., Uni- 
versity of Virginia, 1949; 
joined faculty in 1935. 



GRAVES HAYDON 
THOMPSON 
Walter Blair Professor of La- 
tin, and Clerk of the Facul- 
tv: B.A., Hampden-Svdney 
College, 1927; A.M., ' Har- 
vard Uni\'ersity, 1928; Ph.D., 
Harvard University, 1931; 
joined faculty in 1939. 






The mystery of Physics is explained. 



DENISON MAURICE 
ALLAN 
Professor of Philosophy and 
Psychology; Consultant to 
the Guidance Center; B.A., 
Hampden-Sydney College, 
1916; A.M., Har\'ard Univer- 
sity, 1922; Ph.D., Harvard 
University, 1926; joined fac- 
ulty in 1923. 



ROBERT THRUSTON 
HUBARD, JR. 
Associate Professor of Politi- 
cal Science; A.B., Hampden- 
Sydney College, 1935; LL.B., 
University of Virginia, 1942; 
joined faculty in 1946. 



Faculty 



A loving heart is the beginning of all 
knowledge. 

CARLYLE 





EDMUND WHITTAKER 
Professor of Economics; B.S., 
University of Edinburgh, 
1928; Ph.D., University of 
Edinburgh, 1932; joined fac- 
ulty in 1961. 



ALBERT LOUIS LEDUC 
Professor of Modem Lang- 
uages; A.B., Indiana Uni- 
versitv, 1931; M.A., Indi- 
ana University, 1935; Ph.D., 
University of Wisconsin, 
1952; joined faculty in 1962. 





JOSEPH BURNER 

GLOWER, JR. 

Professor of Bible; B.A., 

Washington and Lee Uni- 
versity, 1928; B.D., Union 
Theological Seminary, 1933; 
Th.M., Union Theological 
Seminary, 1934; Th.D., Un- 
ion Theological Seminary, 
1954; joined faculty in 1954. 



M^JtS 




MARTIN BOYD 
COYNER, JR. 
Professor of History; B.A., 
University of Virginia, 1948; 
M.A., Universitv of Virginia, 
1954; Ph.D., University of 
Virginia, 1961; joined facul- 
ty in 1958. 



JOSEPH WILLARD 
WHITTED 
Professor of Spanish; B.S., 
Davidson College, 1933; 
M.A., University of North 
Carolina, 1941; Ph.D., Uni- 
versitv of North Carolina, 
1962;' joined faculty in 1949. 



JESSE CLAY 
THOMPSON, JR. 
Professor of Biology; B.S., 
Hampden-Svdnev College, 
1949; Ph.D., University of 
Virginia, 1956; joined fac- 
ultv in 1963. 



GEORGE TYLER 
MILLER, JR. 
Professor of Chemistry; B.S., 
Virginia Military Institute, 
1953; Ph.D., University of 
Virginia, 1958; joined facul- 
ty in 1958. 




THOMAS EDWARD 
CRAWLEY 
Associate Professor of Eng- 
lish and Director of Music; 
B.A., Hampden-Sydney Col- 
lege, 1941; M.A., University 
of North Carolina, 1953; 
Ph.D., University of North 
Carolina, 1965; joined facul- 
ty in 1946. 



RICHARD ALLAN 
BURRELL 
Director of Athletics; Pro- 
fessor of Physical Education; 
B.A., Hampden-Sydney Col- 
lege, 1938; present position 
since 1960. 




FACUL 



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DUDLEY BYRD SELDEN 
Assistant Professor of Mathe- 
matics; B.S., University of 
Richmond, 1932; M.S., 'Pur- 
due University, 1961; joined 
facult\' in 1961. 



THOMAS TABB 
MAYO, IV 

Associate Professor of Phys- 
ics; B.S., Virginia Mihtary 
Institute, 1954; M.S., Uni- 
versity of Virginia, 1957; 
Ph.D., University of \'ir- 
ginia, 1960; joined faculty in 
1962. 



CARL FRANKLIN 
WALTERS, JR. 
A.ssistant Professor of Bible 
and Philosophy; B.A., South- 
western at Memphis, 1956; 
B.D., Union Theological 
Seminary, 1959; Th.M., Un- 
ion Theological Seminary, 
1960; Th.D'i, Union Theo- 
logical Seminary, 1964; joined 
faculty in 1962. 



JERRY MAX 
WILLIAMSON 
A.ssociate Professor of Eng- 
lish; B.S., Middle Tennessee 
State College, 1958; M.A., 
Florida State University, 
1960; Ph.D., Florida State 
University, 1962; joined fac- 
ulty in 1964. 




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HASSELL ALGERNON 
SIMPSON 
Associate Professor of Eng- 
lish; B.S., Clemson L^niver- 
sity, 1952; M.A., Florida 
State University, 1957, Ph.D., 
Florida State University, 
1962; joined faculty in 1962. 




ROLAND VANDERBILT 
L.\YTON, JR. 

Assistant Professor of Histo- 
ry; B.A., Western Maryland 
College, 1951; M.A., George- 
town University, 1961; Ph.D., 
Uni\ersity of Virginia, 1965; 
joined faculty in 1962. 



EDWARD ALEXANDER 
CRAWFORD 
Assistant Professor of Biolo- 
gy; B.S., University of South 
Carolina, 1948; M.A., Uni- 
versity of Virginia, 1956; 
joined faculty in 1963. 



, . . if they get their first. 




I ought to send this into 
PLAYBOY. 



71 





MERRILL ALVIN 
ESPIGH 
Instructor in Mathematics; 
B.S., Shippensburg State 
College, 1958; M.A., Louisi- 
ana State University, 1962; 
joined faculty in 1962. 



PAUL LIVINGSTON 
GRIER 
Librarian; B.A,, Erskine Col- 
lege, 1936; B.A. in L.S., Uni- 
versity of North Carolina, 
1938; M.A. in L.S., Univer- 
sity of Michigan, 1947; 
joined faculty in 1940. 





BEVERLY CALVIN BASS 
Instructor in Chemistry and 
Physics; B.A., Maryland Col- 
lege, 1931; M.A., University 
of Tennessee, 1939; present 
position since 1960. 



RAY ATKINSON 
MOORE, JR. 
College Physician; B.A., 
Hampden - Sydney College, 
1941; M.D., Medical College 
of Virginia, 1944; joined ad- 
ministration in 1960. 




The feared red ink of a professor. 



A teacher affects eternity. 




WILLIAM WENDELL 
PORTERFIELD 
Assistant Professor of Chem- 
istry; B.S., University of 
North Carolina, 1957; M.S., 
California Institute of Tech- 
nology, 1960; Ph.D., Uni- 
versity of North Carolina, 
1962; joined faculty in 1964. 



HOMER ALVIN 
SMITH, JR. 
Associate Professor of Chem- 
istry; B.A., Rice University, 
1953; Ph.D., Oklahoma State 
University, 1961; joined fac- 
ulty in 1964. 



JACK LANCASTER 
MASON 
Assistant Professor of Psy- 
chology; B.A., St. John's Col- 
lege, 1948; M.A., University 
of Chicago, 1950; joined fac- 
ulty in 1964. 



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WILLIAM LEE ODOM 

Professor of Latin; B.A., 
Hampden-Sydney College, 
1957; M.A., University of 
Virginia, 1959; Ph.D., Uni- 
versity of Virginia, 1961; 
joined faculty in 1965. 



GUSTAV HENRY 
FRANKE, JR. 
Professor of Mathematics; 
B.S., Auburn University, 
1938; B.S., Auburn Univer- 
sity, 1939; M.A.T., Duke 
University, 1965; joined fac- 
ulty in 1965. 



GAROLD J. BORSE 
Physics Lab A.ssistant; B.S., 
University of Detroit, 1962; 
M.A., University of Virginia, 
1964; joined faculty in 1965. 




EUGENE ANTHONY 
MATTIS 
Professor of Economics; 
B.A., Mount Saint Mary's 
College, 1959; joined faculty 
in 1965. 





Double or nothing! 



The universe pays everyman in his own 
coin. 

Zimmerman 



LAYMON L. 
THOMAS, JR. 
Assistant Professor of Latin; 
B.S., University of Virginia, 
1961; M.A., University of 
Virginia, 1963; joined facul- 
ty in 1965. 



TULLY HUBERT 
TURNEY, JR. 
Assistant Professor of Biolo- 
gy; A.B., Oberlin College, 
1958; Ph.D., University of 
North Carolina, 1963; joined 
faculty in 1965. 



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I 




For in much wisdom is much grief; and he that increaseth knowl- 
edge increaseth sorrow. 

ECCLESIASTES 



ROBERT EDMUND 
ESTES 
Assistant Professor of Psy- 
chology; B.A., University of 
California, 1954; M.A,, Uni- 
versity of Southern Cali- 
fornia, 1960; Ph.D., State 
University of Iowa, 1963; 
joined faculty in 1965. 



JOHN STOKELEY 
FULTON 
Head Football Coach; B.S., 
Hampden-Sydney College, 
1955; present position since 
1957. 



Faculty 






LOUIS ALEXANDER 
WACKER, JR. 
Wrestling and Track Coach; 
B.A., University of Rich- 
mond; present position since 
1962. 



WILLIAM DANIEL 
PEGRAM, JR. 
Head Basketball Coach and 
Baseball Coach; B.S., Col- 
lege of William and Mary, 
1947; M.A., Columbia Uni- 
versity, 1953; present posi- 
tion since 1960. 



GEORGE FAIRFAX 
PERKINS 
Assistant Football Coach; 
B.A., Hampden-Sydney Col- 
lege, 1965. 



DANIEL HAWKS 
Alumni Office; Editor of 
Record; Hampden-Sydney 
College, 1962. 



MRS. CLARA WARD 
College Nurse 





Library Staff: Mrs. Ryan, Mrs. M. Turney, Mrs. M. Stuart, Dr. 
William E. Webb. 



Department of Buildings and Grounds; Mr, Cason, Mr. Duncan (Superin- 
tendent), Mr. Kernodle. 





Mrs. Susie Cox, Mr. Clara Johnson, Miss Florence Clark, Miss Louise Allen, 
Mrs. Virginia Druen, Miss Anne DickhofF, Miss Virginia Redd. 



Slater Food: Mr. Thomas Armenaki, Mr. Reynold 
Ratliff. 



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Here (in this experience) all hlades of grass, wood, and stone, all 
things are One . . . when is a man in mere understanding? When 
he sees one thing separated from another. And when is he above 
mere understanding? When he sees all in all, then a m^^^^^n^ 
ahove mere understanding. I 

MEISTER EGKHART 



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a time to weep, and a time to laugh; . . 





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Tomorrow, and tomorrow, and tomorrow, creeps 
in this petty pace from day to day, to the last 
syllable of recorded time; and all our yesterdays 
have lighted fools the way to dusty death. Out, 
out, brief candle! Life's hut a walking shadow, 
a poor player that struts and frets his hour upon 
the stage and then is heard no more: it is a 
tale told by an idiot, full of sound and fury, 
signifying nothing. 

SHAKESPEARE 




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In peace there's nothing so becomes a man as modest 
stillness and humility; hut when the blast of war 
blows in our ears, then imitate the action of the 



tiger. 




SHAKESPEARE 




81 




a time to cast away stones, and a time to gather stones together; 




82 




But such is the irresistible nature of truth, 
that all it asks, and all it wants, is the 
liberty of appearing. 

THOMAS PAINE 





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Basketball 



From the outset of the 1965-66 basketball season, there was a feeling about 
the team that was different from any other team in the last few seasons. This 
team was composed mainly of underclassmen possessing a sense of dedication 
that could not help but make them a good team, Tlie Tigers jumped off to a 
good start whicli included a stunning upset over William and Mary (71-68). 
The team, rapidl\- gaining experience, finished a ver>' properous season with 
a 16 and 6 record. The indi\idual standouts were Eddie Dyer who led the 
team in scoring with a 21.1 a\'erage and Jim Rosenstock who led the nation 
throughout much of the season in foul shooting percentages. Hampden-Sydney 
followers have much to look forward to in the next several seasons, as it now 
has a fine young team that does not know tlie meaning of "choke." 



H-S 


111 


Frederick College 


79 


H-S 


80 


Southwestern Memphis 


64 


H-S 


59 


Florida Sovitliern 


82 


H-S 


92 


Lynchburg College 


82 


H-S 


95 


Old Dominion 


89 


H-S 


71 


William and Mary 


68 


H-S 


78 


Old Dominion 


65 


H-S 


71 


Morris Harvey 


78 


H-S 


95 


R.P.I. 


99 


H-S 


100 


Bridgewater 


82 


H-S 


70 


Randolph-Macon 


72 


H-S 


119 


Old Dominion 


108 


H-S 


94 


Roanoke College 


82 


H-S 


97 


R.P.I. 


64 


H-S 


83 


Lynchburg College 


69 


H-S 


84 


Shepherd College 


82 


H-S 


70 


Randolph-Macon 


74 


H-S 


81 


Mt. St. Mary's 


90 


H-S 


95 


Washington College 


62 


H-S 


88 


Bridgewater 


75 


H-S 


78 


Washington and Lee 


66 


H-S 


95 


Roanoke College 


84 




Don Robison, No. 11; Jerry Ramsey, No. 25; Fred McNeer, No. 35; Jan Yarosz, No. 
45; Tom Lawrence, No. 43; Gary Buck, No. 23; Frank Booth, No. 31; Tommy 
Quarles, No. 53; Denis Soden, No. 55; Eddie Dyer, No. 15; Bob Bumess, No. 33; Jim 
Rosenstock, No. 51; Charlie Cobb, No. 21; John Beach, No. 13. 



85 



Well-defended Yarosz aims for the mark. 





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Junior Status 90-109 "^^ 

Organizations 110-131 .^ 

Late Winter 

Environment 132-139 w 

Challenge 140-141 



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Junior Class Officers 

President Arch Berkeley 

Vice President Bruce Alexander 

Secretary-Treasurer Jim Mapp 

Historian S. H. Martin 



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ROBERT BRUCE .\LBEE 

Route 2, Box 255D 

Charlottesville, Virginia 





CHARLES BRUCE ALEXANDER 
Fairfield. Virginia 





Lives of great men all remind us 
We can make our lives sublime, 
And, departing, leave behind us 
Footprints on the sands of time. 

LONGFELLOW 



DANID CLARK ALLEY 
5405 Ditchley Road 
Richmond, Virginia 



\VILLL\M CHAPMAN ANDREWS, HI 

26 Oakland Drive 

Newport News, Virginia 






CHARLES GRAY ARMFIELD, III 

914 Shore Drive 

Newport News, Virginia 



RONALD WAYNE AXSELLE 

Route 4, Box 119 

Glen Allen, Virginia 



STEPHEN DENGLER BECK 
606 Foulkstone Road 
Wilmington, Delaware 



91 






ERNEST WIDGEON BELL 
Beaumont, Virginia 



CECIL RICHARD BOWMAN 

R.F.D. 1 

Staunton, Virginia 



JOHN OTTO BOYD, III 

2530 Longview Avenue 
Roanoke, Virginia 




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JOSEPH RAYMOND BRUIN 

208 W. Alexandria Avenue 

Alexandria, Virginia 



STEPHEN GREGORY BUTLER 

415 West Cork Street 

Winchester, Virginia 





WILLIAM CARROLL CHEWNING, 
8806 Bellefonte Road 
Richmond, Virginia 



JR. 



WILLIAM CABELL CHILDREY 
101 Tempsford Lane 
Richmond, Virginia 



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A pupil in stich a hurry learns 
slowly. 

BUDDHISM 







GERALD ANDREY CLAYBROOK 
1230 Moffett Terrace 
Harrisonburg, Virginia 



CHARLES BROCKENBROUGH 

COCKE 

Stoney Creek, Virginia 



JAMES PAUL COUNCILL, III 

Box 119 
Franklin, Virginia 






ARTHUR LEE COX 

8807 Staples Mill Road 

Richmond, Virginia 



GEORGE GARLAND CRALLE, JR. 
406 First Avenue 
Farmville, Virginia 



ROBERT SEWARD DARDEN 
Route 1, Box 717 
Smithfield, Virginia 



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EDDIE WAYNE DEDRICK 
237 Florence Avenue 
Waynesboro, Virginia 



FELIX RANDOLPH diPRISCO 
441 Handley Avenue 
Winchester, Virginia 



JOHN EMMETT EARLY, III 

310 Kent Road 

Charlottesville, Virginia 





WALTER ROBERT EASON, JR. 
Woodberry Forest, Virginia 





JAMES BRANNEN EDGE, JR. 

3406 Monument Avenue 

Richmond, Virginia 




CONLEY LEE EDWARDS, III 
One Lanark Dr. - Perth 
Wilmington 3, Delaware 



ALAN THOMAS ELLIOTT 

621 Chesopeian Trail 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 



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CH,\RLES WATTS FORD 
1300 Norvell Street 
LjTichburg, Virginia 



JOHN FRANKLIN, III 

7430 Gleneaglest Road 

Norfolk, Virginia 



THOMAS LEO FRITZLEN, JR. 
8916 Norwick Road 
Richmond, Virginia 






LEIGH SULLIVAN FULTZ 

264 Knollwood Street 

Winston-Salem, North Carolina 



STEPHEN MACTAVISH GEDNEY 

8001 Lakeshore Drive 

Bon Air, Virginia 



WILLIAM ADAMS GILLESPIE 
Route 1, Box 130 
Tazewell, Virginia 



Juniors 



To spend too much time in studies is sloth; to use them too 
much for ornament, is affectation; to make judgement icholly 
by their rules, is the humor of a scholar. 

BACON 




JOHN WILLIAM GOETHE 

7113 Stemcrest Place 
Charlotte, North Carolina 



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Juniors 






RODNEY GOODE GOGGIN 

419 East Main Street 

Bedford, Virginia 



ROBERT LOUIS GRAHAM 

840 Shalkamahon Drive 
Westfleld, New Jersey 



JOHN PENDLETON GROVE 
411 Cassell Lane 
Roanoke, Virginia 






BARRY ALBERT HACKNEY 

910 Greenway Court 

Norfolk, Virginia 



THOMAS AGREE HARDING 

751 Water Lane 

Tappahannock, Virginia 



SAMUEL DEVEREUX 

HATHAWAY, JR. 

30 Elm Lane 

Shrewsbury, New Jersey 



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BENNETT WARREN 

HAWTHORNE, JR. 

Dundas, Virginia 





ALLEN PERKINS HAZLEGROVE 

Route 1, Box 86 

Farmville, Virginia 




JOSEPH ANDERSON 

HAZLEGROVE, JR. 

Route 1, Box 86 

Farmville, Virginia 




LEIGHTON SUMMERSON HOUCK 

2140 Rivermont Avenue 

Lynchburg, Virginia 






KENNETH RHODES HYDE, JR. 

4506 Augusta Avenue 

Richmond, Virginia 



RANDALL HARFORD JAMES 

7207 Margaret Avenue 

Richmond, Virginia 



JERRY WALTON JENKINS 
500 Second Street 
Farmville, Virginia 



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They are not long, the days of wine and roses; 

Out of a misty dream 
Our paths merges for a ivhile, then closes 

Within a dream. 

E. DOWSON 




FREDERICK ALEXANDER 

JESSER, III 

3817 N'irginia Avenue 

Charleston, West Virginia 






ROBERT EDWARD JOHNSON 
Farmville, Virginia 



EDWIN HARVIE JONES, JR. 
1508 Augustine Avenue 
Fredericksburg, Virginia 



KEITH MILTON JONES 
6911 Alpine Drive 
Annandale, Virginia 






WEBB DARDEN JONES 
Whaleyville, Virginia 



WILLIAM HATHAWAY JORDAN 
1905 Poole Lane 
McLean, Virginia 



ROBERT DANIEL KEELING, II 
619 Chaptico Road 
South Hill, Virginia 



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Juniors 



HAROLD BLAXTOX KELLAM, JR. 

214 71st Street 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 



LEOX AGEE LACKEY, JR. 
123.5 Sam Lions Trail 
Martins\ille, Virginia 




PETER ARMSTROXG LEG^.ETT 
1301 Wakefield Road 
Lynchburg, N'irginia 





JERRY WAVXE LEOXARD 

1502 Duplin Road 

Raleigh, North Carolina 





MICHAEL HALE LILLY 

721 Spring Garden Drive 

Bluefield, West Virginia 



JAMES RYAN LOCKE 

8500 Benjamin Avenue 

Norfolk, Virginia 






ROBERT HARPER LOVING, JR. 

5620 Lakewood Drive 

Norfolk 9, Virginia 



WICKLIFFE SANFORD LYNE 

27 E. Parkway Glen Farms 
Newark, Delaware 



JAMES GALLATIN MACKEY, JR. 

OICC Thailand, APO 

San Francisco, California 




RICHARD BOLTON MADDEN 

2500 Riverside Drive 

Richmond, Virginia 





JAMES DOUGHTY MAPP, JR. 
Nassawadox, Virginia 



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STEPHEN HAWLEY MARTIN 

518 West 25th Street 

Richmond, Virginia 




LUTHER WHITE MATTHEWS, III 

1347 Westover Avenue 

Norfolk, Virginia 



Juniors 






DAVID JAY McKITTRICK 
4607 168 Avenue 
HoUand, Michigan 



RONALD LEE MESSERSMITH 

3701 S. Belmont Road 

Richmond, Virginia 



DAVID MICHAEL MILBOURN 

Box 468 

Leesburg, Virginia 



Knowledge is not happiness, and science but an excJiange of 
ignorance for that which is another kind of ignorance. 

BYRON 



101 





WILLIAM ROLAND MILLER, III 

3193 Adam Keeling Road 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 



EDWARD CLINE MOOMAW, JR. 

441 Highland Avenue, S.W. 

Roanoke, Virginia 





CHARLES COLEMAN MOORE, JR. 

Ill Buckingham Street 

Chester, Virginia 





JOHN CHARLES MORRISON 

P.O. Bo.x 173 

Salem, Virginia 




ROGER LINWOOD MORTON 

417 Pine Street 
Farmville, Virginia 



PERRY DOXIEL MOWBRAY. JR. 

221 Bland Street 
Richmond, Virginia 



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Juniors 






ROBERT WOOLARD MULLIN 
Emmerton, Virginia 



MILTOX MERCER XEALE, III 
Heathsville, Virginia 



WILLIAM HENRY 

NICHOLSON, IV 

P.O. Box 166 

Elkton, Virginia 






EUGENE BLACKFORD NOLAND, JR. 

6156 Birkewood Road 

Huntington, West Virginia 



WILLIAM EUGENE XUCXOLLS 

502 Stuart Drive 

Galax, Virginia 



JAMES KEATON NULL 

2620 Bandy Road, S.E. 

Roanoke, Virginia 



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Juniors 





RALPH STEDMAN OAKEY, JR. 

2716 Avenham Avenue 
Roanoke, Virginia 



ROBERT HAMILTON OWEN 
803 Robertson Street 
Chase City, Virginia 





JAMES RUSSELL PARKER, HI 

304 El Dorado Drive 

Richmond, Virginia 



BERKELEY MILLER PEMBERTON 
245 Wayt Street 
Staunton, Virginia 






WILLIAM NICHOLS POLLARD 

3201 Hanes Avenue 

Richmond 22, Virginia 



CHARLES EVERETT POSS, 
902 Biltmore Avenue 
Lynchburg, Virginia 



JR. 



RICHARD EARL POTTER 

631 K. Westover Hills Boulevard 

Richmond, Virginia 



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RANDALL WAYNE POWELL 

2303 Hanvood Street 

Richmond, Virginia 



WARREN CRUMP REDFERN 

5003 Evelyn Byrd Road 

Richmond, Virginia 



JOHN MARSHALL REID 
8178 Halcyon Court 
Crosse He, Michigan 





THOMAS EDWARD RICHARDSON 

715 Alleghany Avenue 

Staunton, Virginia 




CHARLES ALLEN RIGCINS 

7501 North Pinehill Drive 

Richmond, Virginia 



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ALAN LEAVER ROBINSON 

224 Kensington Road 

Greensboro, North Carolina 




ROY EDWARD ROBLXSON 

807 Plank Road 
South Hill, Virginia 



Juniors 




JAMES ARTHUR ROSENSTOCK, JR. 

1749 S. Sycamore Street 
Petersburg, Virginia 




WELLFORD LORRAINE 

SANDERS, JR. 

3811 Seminary Avenue 

Richmond, Virginia 




JULIAN POLLARD SANDERSON, JR. 

2880 Braid%\ood Road 

Richmond, Virginia 






WILLIAM JOHN SEEGERS 

2701 Mayview Road 

Raleigh, North Garolina 



PETER WILLIAM SMITH, IV 

603 McCormick Boulevard 
Clifton Forge, Virginia 



WALTER CLEMENT SPRYE 

1724 Lafayette Circle 
Rocky Mount, North Carolina 



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KEARFOTT McCAULL STONE 

2215 Brambleton A\enue, S.W. 

Roanoke, \"irginia 






WILLIAM TORRENCE STUCHELL, III 
27 Hamilton Lane 
Darien, Connecticut 




GEORGE SUMMERS, JR. 

412 Penn Avenue 

Salem, Virginia 



ROBERT RUDD SWANN 
1422 Daniel Avenue 
Norfolk 5, Virginia 




GEORGE ED\\"ARD TALBOT, JR. 
307 Rockbridge Road 
Portsmouth, Virginia 




WAYNE THOMAS TENNENT 

8214 Brookfield Road 

Richmond, Virginia 



Golden lads and girls all must. 
As chimney-sweepers, come to dust. 
SHAKESPEARE 



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CHARLES ALBERT THOMAS 

338 North Morningside 

Corpus Christi, Texas 









HERBERT STETSON TINKHAM 

15 Bayberry Lane 

Williamsburg, Virginia 



For what are hopes but slender ropes fastened to our dreams? 

M. BUXBAUM 







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LOYD FREDERICK TOWERS, 11 

1051 Boroughbridge Road 

Richmond, Virginia 



LAWRENCE TURNER TRICE, JR. 
211 Sheridan Avenue 
Winchester, Virginia 



REMUS STROTHER TURNER, JR. 

Ill Battle Road 

Greensboro, North Carolina 



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RANDOLPH HARRISON WATTS 

4611 Hawthorne Lane, N.W. 

Washington, D.C. 





JAMES KENDALL WHITAKEH, JR. 

1513 Westwood Avenue 

Richmond, Virginia 




WILLIAM ASHEV WHITE, JR. 

118 Princeton Circle 

Roanoke, Virginia 



Juniors 




ODIE ALLEN WHITLOW 

8633 Larkspur Road 

Bon Air, Virginia 




FENTON PRIEST WILKINSON 

912 Cambridge Place 

Norfolk, Virginia 




CHARLES LASSITER 

WILLIAMS, JR. 

12616 S. Petersburg Street 

Chester, Virginia 




RUPERT RIEVES WINFREE 

4520 Riverside Drive 

Richmond, Virginia 




JAN MICHAEL YAROSZ 
1315 Virginia Avenue 
Monaca, Pennsylvania 



109 



Student Government 




Student Government Officers 



Jones, Booth, Soden. 




STUDENT ASSEMBLY 

Jones, Alexander, King, Shumadine, Childrey, 
McXeer, Booth, Soden, Summers, Martin. 



Hazlegrove, 



Student Government 

Frank Booth President 

\\'ebb Jones . Vice President 

Denis Soden Secretary-Treasurer 

Student self-government has been a cherished tra- 
dition and institution at Hampden-Sydney. The 
present construction was adopted by the student 
body in 1963. Based largely upon past experience, it 
is designed to meet present and changing needs. 
Students take pride in their self-government and de- 
fend their rights against intervention by the adminis- 
tration of the College. 

The Student Assembly transacts all student body 
business, and, in the measure in which powers are 
delegated to it by the facult>% it has legislative jiud- 
diction over various phases of student campus Hfe. 

The judicial power of the Student Government is 
vested in the Judiciary Board. This body tries cases 
arising from violations of Student Assembly regula- 
tions. 



110 



Student Council 



STUDENT COUNCIL 

Jones, Rosenstock, Williamson, Cra%vle\-, Bootli, Soden, Edge, Ty- 
singer. 




STUDENT COUNCIL 

The Student Council by authorization of the Board 
of Trustees and of the faculty has jurisdiction over matters 
concerning breach of the Honor Code. The heart of the 
Honor System is individual responsibility. It assumes that 
every student is a gentleman and will conduct himself 
in an honorable and upright manner in all phases of stu- 
dent life; it further assumes that every student is concern- 
ed with the strict observance of these principles for his 
own sake of his fellow student, and for the sake of the 
college. 



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"Symbol of authority" 



Judiciary Board 



JUDICIARY BOARD 

The judicial power of Student 
Government at Hampden-Sydney 
College is vested in the Judiciary 
Board. This body is composed of 
elected representatives from the 
different classes. It tries cases arising 
from violations of Student Assembly 
regulations. 




Townes, Mowbrary, Shumadine, Tweel, 
Kosenstock, Flutz, Witthoefft, Tysinger. 



112 




Symbol of order. 




Mowbray, Shumadine 



Rosenstock 



Witthoefft, Tweel 



Fill the seats of justice 

With good men, not so absolute in goodness 

As to forget wJmt human frailty is. 

TALFOURD 



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STUDENT-FACULTY RELATIONS COMMITTEE 

Crawley, Williamson, Fultz, Hautge, Briel, Davidson, Campen, 
Sprye, Mathews, Booth 





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STUDENT FINANCE COMMITTEE 

Booth, Shumadine, Seegers 



BOARD OF PUBLICATIONS 

Wooding, Miles, Chewning, Soucek, Walters, Simpson, Booth. 





FOOD COMMITTEE 

lones, Alexander, King, Crawley, Tinkham, Roper, Towne, Appell, 
Hartge. 



114 



Interfraternity Council 




INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL 

Childrev, Townes, Spne, Fultz, Franklin, Edge, Locke, Thompson, Hall, Tysinger, Matthews, 
Millbourn, Pa\ne, Summers, Littrell, Mason, Miles. Absent: Hinton, Nuckolas. 



KAPPA SIGMA 
Bill Childrev 
Whitey Matthews 

SIGMA CHI 

George Summers 
Bill Nuckolls 

KAPPA ALPHA 
John Franklin 
Travis Tysinger 

LAMBDA CHI ALPHA 
Dave Milbom 
Jim Payne 

PI KAPPA ALPHA 

Wavery To\vTies 
Charles Thompson 

THETA CHI 
Leigh Fultz 
Dave Hinton 

SIGMA NU 
Tommy Littrell 
Dan Mason 

CHI PHI 

Dudley Miles 
Jim Edge 

KAPPA GAMMA 
Terry HaU 
Jim Locke 




Sprye, President; Franklin, Vice-President; Fultz, Secretary- 
Treasurer. 



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Kaleidoscope '66 




ARCHIBALD HANSON 
SOUCEK, JR. 

EDITOR-IN-CHIEF 



STEPHEN HAWLEY 
MARTIN 

BUSINESS MANAGER 




Rann\' Chitwood 




BUSINESS STAFF 

Joe Caldwell, Bill Carter, W'hitey Matthews, John Grove. 

SECTIONAL EDITORS 

Jerry Claybrook, Hartley Schearer, Bill ChUdrey, Russ Parker. 




EDITORAL STAFF 

TRIP CHEWNING Assistant Editor 

BILL CHILDREY Sports 

JERRY CLAYBROOK Status 

RUSS PARKER Greeks 

WELLY SANDERS Environment 

HARTLEY SCHEARER Literary 

SCOTT CAMPBELL Honoraries 

ERNIE RATHMANN Organizations 

DICK BOWLES Faculty 

RANNY CHITWOOD Photography 

TOM WALSHE Photographer 

TOM VAUGHAN Photo Production 

SARA CLAYBROOK Secretary 



Vaughan and Walshe 



117 




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Tiger 



TIGER STAFF 

WILLIAM C. CHEWNING Co-Editor 

NAT WOODING Co-Editor 

AL TALLEY Copy Editor 

BILLY CRAWLEY Feature Editor 

BARRY HACKNEY Circulation Editor 

RANNY CHITWOOD Photographer 

Circulation Manager B. A. HACKNEY 

Cartoonists .... W. H. FLANNACAN, S. H. MARTIN 

News Staff D. L. ANDREWS, S. E. AYRES 

H. R. GRIMM, E. H. JONES, W. C. NUNLEY, 
AND H. S. TINKHAM 

Feature Staff J. M. RISSMILLER 

Sports Staff A. L. COX, R. R. HATTEN 

Typists: R. H. BURTON, R. C. MORRIS, M. M. NEALE, 

D. PROPST, R.E. ROBINSON, M.D.\^T:DDLE 
Circulation Staff . . D. L. ANDREWS, W. C. ANDREWS, 

R. H. BURTON, C. L. EDWARDS, M. G. 

HAYNIE, W. A. HIGGINS, E. W. HO^^T:LL, 

H. E. MELTON, W. H. NICHOLSON, S. T. 

SHIPLETT, R. H. TAYLOR, J. T. THORNTON. 



The Tiger was founded in 1920 and has been in con- 
tinuous existence on the H-SC campus since that year. A 
member of the Associated Collegiate Press, it is published 
on alternate Friday evenings during the school year by the 
students of Hampden-Sydney College from its ofBce 
located in Winston Hall. 

The Tiger serves t\vo purposes: to provide a medium 
for the distribution of information to H-SC students and to 
provide an outlet for student expression on the campus. 
The news staff seeks to collect and present accounts of 
past, present, and future e^"ents of interest to students; 
tlie feature staff attempts to present discussion of interest- 
ing and contro\'ersial issues, both on campus and beyond; 
and the sports staff pro\ides an excellent summary of the 
fortunes of Death Valle\''s athletic teams. 



Skip Sprye, Business Manager 





Ayres, Talley, ChewTiing, Crawley, Martin, Jones, Nunley, Grimm, Cox, Rissmiller, Tinkham, Hatten, Turner, Wooding 



118 




Weddle, Robinson, Morris, Thornton, Higgins, Nicholson, Neale, Shiplett, Burton, Hackney, Sprye 



Co-Editor 

WILLIAM CARROLL CHEWNING, 

JR- 



Out of every catastrophy a little progress is made. 






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Tiger meets another deadline. 




Co-Editor 

NATHANIEL HENRY WOODING, JR. 



119 



Man . . .is nature's fresh picture netcltj dratvn in oil, which 
time, and much handlini^, dims and defaces. His soul is 
yet a white paper imscribbled with observations of the 
world, wherewith, at length, it becomes a blurred notebook. 

J. EARLY 



Dudley Miles 



J. P. Rogers, Illustrator 





Hampden-Sydney Magazine 

The Hampden-Sydney Magazine provides the only 
medium on campus through which students may express 
themselves in the area of creative writing. 





JOSEUH DUDLEY MILES, 
III 

Editor 



THOMAS DWIGHT 
COCHRAN 

Assistant Editor 



120 



Debate Council 



The Debate Council is the only outlet at Hampden- 
Sydney for intercollegiate forensic competition. There are 
opportunities for novice as well as varsity debating. The team 
attends tournaments at such places as Annapolis, Johns Hop- 
kins, William and Mary, and Old Dominion. The primary 
purpose is to develop the ability to speak effectively and ex- 
temporaneousK' on specific subjects. 




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John Goethe, President; Mike Lilly, Secre- 
tary-Treasurer. 



Goethe, Lilly, Jackson, Watts, Grimm, 
Ayres, Geyer. 



121 



Young Republicans 
Club 




Beach, Cox, Baker, Grimm, ^^^lite, Lilly, Talbot, Talley, Jones. 



All who have meditated on the ait of governing 
mankind have been convinced that the fate of 
empires depends on the education of youth. 

ARISTOTLE 




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Michael Lilly President 

Al Talley Vice President 

Jerry Talbot Secretan/ 

Ed Jones Treasurer 



122 



Young Democrats Club 




Crawley, Jones, Briel, Melton, Kellam, Pemberton, Smith, Smith, MacGill, Blanchard. 




That is the best government which teaches us 
to govern ourselves. 

GOETHE 



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Billy Crawley President 

Webb Jones Vice President 

Louis Briel Secretary 

Eddie Melton Treasurer 



123 



TOM WOODALL President 

BLAY BRYAN Vice President 

TAYLOR BOOxNE Secretary-Treasurer 

KEARFOTT STONE Head of the H-SC Band 

Formed in 1962, the Booster Club continued its activi- 
ties through the 1964-1965 school year in an effort to sti- 
mulate interest in extra-Curricular acti\ities. During this 
year the organization led cheering at sports events, coordi- 
nated rat races and pep rallies, sponsored buses to away 
athletic contests, and undertook other activities falling with- 
in its purpose. 

The Booster Club sponsors three awards to be given at the 
end of the year: one to the student most active in sports: one 
to the freshman making the greatest contribution to publi- 
cations; and the third to the student exhibiting the most 
school spirit. 



Booster Club 



Sebren, Eastwood, Fortune, Littrell, Jones, Hodges, Pritchard, Franz, 
Younger, Morrison, F. Morrison, Hazelgrove, Hazelgrove, Franck, Hall, 
Bradner, Leonard. Honorary member, Mrs. Espigh. 



"All for Hampden- 
Sydney . . ." 




Tiger at half-time. 



A standing tradition. 




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Rhoades, Armstrong, Peatross, Freeman, Prichard, Bradner, Hall, Cox, Ayres, Rogers, 
Weiss, Bradley. 



J. P. Rogers, President 



Union Philanthropic Literary 





Billy Crawley, President 



Active Members 

Givens, Rogers, Morriss, Bergren, 
Sugg, Wallace, Potter, Ayres, 
Fritzlen, Lawson, Smith, Elliott, 
Melton, Davidson, Rissmiller, 
Barnes, Briel, Schearer, Brickley, 
Wright, Armstrong, Nicholson, 
Shomo, Kellam, Swearingen, 
Ostby, Crawley, Talley. 



Campus 

Christian Association 



CHARLES N. DAVIDSON President 

\\'ILLIAM W. WILLIAMSON Vice-President 

CHRISTOPHER M. DANIEL Secretary 

BRUCE ALEXANDER Treasurer 

The Campus Christian Association seeks to promote 
Christian activities on campus through means such as ReH- 
gious Emphasis Week, special assembly programs, etc. The 
CCA seeks to build a stronger faith in those who are al- 
ready Christians and to present the faith in an intelligent 
>'et Biblical manner to those who have not yet accepted 
Christ as their personal Savior. In addition to its activities 
on campus the CCA also performs Christian service in the 
community. 




Charlie Davidson, President 



Active Members: A. Alford, N. Bissell, J. Campen, B. Bryan, E. 
Dedrick, B. Fortune, J. Hughes, H. Kellam, B. Lukat, R. McSpad- 
den, D. Milbourn, B. Morriss, J. Scott, D. Soden, B. Swann, R. 
Taylor, C. Wilhanison. 




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Practice makes perfect in this game. 



128 



Glee Club 




Dr. Crawley leads his Glee Club. 




First Tenor: J. Bruin, D. Hawks, J. Morrison, B. Tomlinson, J. 
Breakell, G. Black, J. Brown, T. Duvall, J. Freeman, J. McRae, 
A. Miller, H. Rowe, G. Walker. Second Tenor: A. Cox, C. Daniel, 
J. Locke, W. Lyne, B. Morriss, R. Taylor, C. Williamson, R. Bell, 
J. Bull, J. Henderson, D. H. Tones, D. Jones, B. Lambdin, L. Ostby, 
H. Sadler. Baritone: B. Belk,' J. Blanchard, S. Campbell, C. David- 
son, E. Dedrick, P. Mowbray, S. Olsen, C. Sellers, B. Watt, B. 
Williamson, W. Wright, E. Zimmerman, D. Hodges, W. Hughes, B. 
Lancaster, D. Mednick, P. Reiber, Stradinger, S. VanLear, W. Wohl- 
ford. Bass: S. Beck, T. Boone, T. Chewning, D. Hanse, T. Littrell, 
L. Shipp, B. Swann, M. Tilson, J. Arendt, S. Armstrong, C. Bull, 
R. Childs, W. Florv, W. Franck, C. Hartge, R. Heam, D. Nutter, 
H. Raddin, \V. Shaw, W. Tarry, T. Williams, R. Wobus. 



129 



German Club 

PETE LEGGETT President 

WELLY SANDERS Vice-President 

JIM MAPP Secretary 

FENTON WILKINSON Treasurer 





Pete Leggett, President 



Mapp, Sanders, Wilkinson sing out. 



130 




131 




132 



Dost thou love life? then do not squander time, 
for that is the stuff life is made of. 

OMAR KHAYYAM 




133 






SELFV 



134 




No man is an island entire of itself; every man is a piece of the 
continent, a part of the main. If a clod he washed away hy the 
sea, Europe is the less, as well as if a promontory were, as well as 
if a manor of thy Friend's or of thine own loere. Any man's death 
diminishes me, because I am involved in mankind, and therefore 
never send to know for whom the hell tolls; it tolls for thee. 

DONNE 








I sent my Soul through the Invisible, some letter of the After- 
Life to spell: and by and by my Soul returned to me, and 
answered, I Myself am Heaven and Hell. 

OMAR KHAYYAM 



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137 




. . a time to rend, and a time to sew; . . 




138 





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All the world's a stage, and all the men and women 
merely players. They have their exits and their en- 
trances, and one man in his time plays many parts . . . 

SHAKESPEARE 




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139 





H-S 


Won 


William and Mary 


Lost 


H-S 


Won 


Newport News App. 


Lost 


H-S 


Won 


R.P.L 


Lost 


H-S 


Won 


Galludet 


Lost 


H-S 


Won 


Un. of Baltimore 


Lost 


H-S 


Lost 


Towson State 


Won 


H-S 


Won 


American University 


Lost 


H-S 


Won 


Catholic University 


Lost 


H-S 


Lost 


Old Dominion 


Won 


H-S 


Won 


R.P.L 


Lost 


Conference Toi; 


imey 4th 


place 




Towson State matman falls for a takedown. 





Herb races clock for a win. 



Frank antagonizes opponent 



140 




Wrestling 



Mack prepares for next match. 




Front row. Jeff Harris, Bob Graham, Wink Weaver, Jeff Reed, Tom 
Kem, Doc Frank, Back row. Dave McKitterick, Gordon Reamey, Bill 
Miller, Frank Flippin, John Mack, Herb Sebren, Ray Dodson, Kip 
Edge. 



141 



Senior Status 144-173 

Honoraries 174-183 

Spring Environment .... 184-191 
Challenge 192-199 






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Senior Class Officers 

President Wavey Townes 

Vice President Bill Crawley 

Secretary-Treasurer Bill Shumadine 

Historian L. J. Tweel 



GEORGE THOMAS ALCORN 

912 Mayflower Apts. 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 



B.A. 
Kappa Alpha. 



K.A. 




PHILIP ROSSON ANDERSON 

2725 N. Wakefield St. 
Arlington, Virginia 



B.S. 



2\, XB* 



Sigma Xu, Recorder (3, 4); Chi Beta Phi (2, 3, 4), President (4); 
Wrestling (1); Chemistry Research (2, 3, 4); Sports Announcer 
for Football (1, 2, 3, 4); Chemistry Lab Assistant (3, 4). 





HARPER SHELTON ALFORD 

1513 Palmyra Avenue 
Richmond, Virginia 



B.A. 



HS* 



Eta Sigma Phi; Campus Christian Association; Tennis (1); Mathe- 
matics Assistant; Library Assistant. 



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SHIRLEY EDWARD AYRES 

Route 2 
Farmville, Virginia 



B.A. 



Union Philanthropic Literary Society (4); Debate Team (4); Tiger 
Staff (3, 4). 



Class of '66 




DWIGHT LYLE ANDREWS 

Jarman Gap Road 
Crozet, Virginia 



B.A. 



nAE, H2* 



Pi Delta Epsilon (3, 4); Eta Sigma Phi (4); Tiger Staff (3, 4); 
Delegate to Student Government; Nominating Convention (3). 





SAMUEL HARVEY BAKER, HI 

506 Sandalwood Drive 
Richmond, Virginia 



B.A. 



AXA 



Lambda Chi Alpha, Corresponding Secretary (1), Social Com- 
mittee (2, 3, 4); Young Republicans Executive Board OfBcer (4); 
Union Philanthropic Literary Society; Economics Assistant (4). 



146 



DAVID EDSON BERGREN, III 

1397 Maplegroxe Drive 
Fiiirborn, Ohio 

B.A. 

Booster Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Track (1, 2, 3, 4); Lounge-manager (4). 



Class of '66 




CHARLES ABRAM BALDWIN, JR. 

3406 Old Dominion Blvd. 
Alexandria, Virginia 

B.S. AXA, XB* 

Lambda Chi Alpha; Chi Beta Phi, Vice President. 





NORMAN ROY BISSELL 

Kemp Street 
West Groton, Massachusetts 



B.A. 



Honor Council, Alternate (3); Glee Club (1, 2, 3); Library Assist- 
ant (3); Debate Team (2); Campus Christian Association (3, 4). 



147 




FRANK MATTHEW BOOTH, HI 

352 Norway Avenue 
Huntington, West Virginia 



B.A. 



nKA, H2* 



Pi Kappa Alpha, Alumni Secretary (3), Secretary (4), Chaplain 
(3); Student Body President (4); Eta Sigma Phi (3, 4), Treasurer; 
Student Assembly (2, 3), President (4); Honor Council (3), Presi- 
dent (4); Religious Life Committee (4); Board of Publications; 
Basketball (1, 2, 3, 4). 



Class of '66 




MICHAEL WILLIAM BRICKLEY 

110 Green Street 
Salem, Virginia 



B.S. 



RICHARD BOXLEY BOWLES, JR. 

Mathews, Virginia 



B.S. 

Psi Chi, President; Kaleidoscope StafF (4). 



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148 




BERNARD LOUIS BRIEL, JR. 

1208 Dinwiddie Avenue 
Richmond, Virginia 



B.A. 



H2* 



Eta Sigma Phi (2, 3, 4), Secretary (3), President (4), National 
Vice President; Union Philanthropic Literary Society, Secretary 
(4); Young Democrats Ckib (4); Houston Scholarship (2); Nominat- 
ing Convention (2); Bible Assistant (2, 3); Library Assistant (2, 3); 
Biology Assistant (3); Latin Lab Instructor (4); Cover Artist, 
THE RECORD (2, 3, 4); Summer Research Grant (3); Phi Beta 
Kappa Junior Award (3); Adanison Scholarship (4). 



Class of '66 




EDWARD BLAY BRYAN 

2000 Greenbriar Road 

Kinston, North Carohna 



B.S. 



K.A. 



Kappa Alpha, Vice President of Pledge Class (1); Glee Club 
(1, 2, 3, 4); Campus Christian Association (1, 2, 3, 4), Secretary 
and Treasurer (2), Treasurer (3); Booster Club, Vice President (4). 



JAMES GARNETT BRUCE, III 

P.O. Box 275 

Gordonsville, Virginia 



B.S. 



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LEON FREDERICK CHAPMAN, III 

308 Red Point Drive 
Smithfield, Virginia 

B.A. 



Class of '66 




THEODORE JACKSON BURR, JR. 

3128 Marlboro Drive 
Richmond, Virginia 



B.A. 



xe 



Chi Phi, Historian (2), Treasurer (3), Vice President (4); Debate 
Team; Dorm Counselor (3, 4); Library Assistant (2, 3, 4). 





CLARENCE CONWAY CHEWNING, III 

24 Maxwell Road 
Richmond, Virginia 



B.A. 



K2, HAE, OAK 



Kappa Sigma, President (5); Pi Delta Epsilon, Secretary-Treasurer 
(4); Omicron Delta Kappa, President (6); Student Council (4); 
Interfraternity Council, Vice President (5); Student-Faculty Rela- 
tions Committee (5); Glee Club (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6), Vice President 
(3); Tiger Staff (1); Kaleidoscope Staff (3). 



150 



ROBERT MAXWELL CHILTON 

1266 Loudon Heights Road 
Charleston, West Virginia 



B.A. 



AX A 



Lambda Chi Alpha, Scholarship Chairman (3, 4); Economics 
Assistant; Southern Industrial Conference, Representative. 



Class of '66 




DANIEL DUNCAN CHILES, JR. 

Route 1, Box 74 
Nokomis, Florida 



B.A. 

Lambda Chi Alpha, Vice President (4). 



AXA 




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MARK SKINNER CHINN 

Tappahannock, Virginia 



B.A. 



ex 



Theta Chi, Intramural Manager (3), House Manager (4), Repre- 
sentative to Student Assembly; Baseball (1, 2, 3, 4). 



151 



-•.-,Mr',>>A}i-'-^ 




JOHN ROBERT COCKRELL, JR. 

Kilmarnock, Virginia 

B.S. ex, XB* 

Theta Chi, Social Chairman (3); Chi Beta Phi. 



Class of '66 




WILLIAM BRYAN CRAWLEY, 

Pine Crest Farm 
Chatham, Virginia 



JR. 



B.A. 



H2*, HAE 



Senior Class Vice President (4); Eta Sigma Phi; Pi Delta Epsilon; 
Union Philanthropic Literary Society, President (4); Young Demo- 
crats Club; Tiger Feature Staff (4); Tennis (4); Honor Council; 
Bible Assistant (3); History Assistant (3, 4); Nominating Com- 
mittee (2,3). 



JEFFERSON DANIEL COLLINS, JR. 

Pin Oak Lane 
White Plains, New York 



B.S. 



HKA 




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CHARLES WALKER CRIST, JR. 

1019 Riverniont Terrace 
Lynchburg, Virginia 



B.S. 



AXA, nAE 



Lambda Chi Alpha, Treasurer (4); Pi Delta Epsilon; Tiger Staff 
(2, 3); Chemistry Lab Assistant (2); Economics Assistant (4); 
Representative to Virginia-Maryland Bankers Conference (4). 



Class of '66 




ALAN SCOTT DAY 

152 Greenwood Street 
Marlboro, Massachusetts 



B.S. 



AXA 



Lambda Chi Alpha, Social Chairman (3, 4), House Committee 
Chairman; German Club Representative. 




CHARLES NUCKOLS DAVIDSON, JR. 

5900 Lakehurst Drive 
Baltimore, Maryland 

B.A. 

Campus Christian Association, President (4); Union Philanthropic 
Literary Society (4). 




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ROBERT ERNEST DOYLE, JR. 

McKenney, Virginia 



B.S. 



SN 



Class of '66 




GENE BISHOP DIXON, JR. 

Dillwyn, Virginia 



B.A. 



2N, nAE 



Sigma Nu; Pi Delta Epsilon; Kaleidoscope, Photographer (1, 2, 3, 
4); Tiger, Photographer (1, 2); Track (1). 





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DENNIS PAUL FINGER 

621 Springvale Road 
Great Falls, Virginia 



B.S. 



ex 



Theta Chi; Football (1, 2, 3, 4). 



154 



HERMAN FREDERICK GALLASCH, JR. 

8702 Standish Lane 
Richmond, Virginia 



B.S. 



ex, XB* 



Theta Chi, Historian (2); Chi Beta Phi (3, 4), Secretary-Treasurer 
(4). 



Class of '66 



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CHARLES RICHARD FR.\MPTON, JR. 

1712 Louden Heights Road 
Charleston, West Virginia 

B.S. 





DARROW EDWARD HAAGENSEN, JR. 

Nob Hill 

Route 3 

Murrysville, Pennsylvania 



B.S. 



2N 



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DONAL FRANCIS HARTMAN, JR. 

4506 West Grace 
Riclimond, Virginia 



B.A. 



2N 



Sigma Nu, Vice President of Pledge Class (2), Alumni Contact 
Officer (4); Glee Club (1, 3); Chemistry Lab Assistant (3). 




Class of '66 




RICHARD FRANKLIN HAWKINS, JR. 

1215 Langhorne Road 
Lynchburg, Virginia 



B.S. 



SN 



JACK IRBY HAYES, JR. 

Box 224 
Chatham, Virginia 



B.A. 



Tennis (1). 



Sigma Nu; Fire Department; Mathematics Assistant (4); Chemistry 
Lab Assistant (2). 




156 




TERRY LYNN HELSLEY 

Route 1 

Woodstock, Virginia 



B.A. 



Class of '66 




MARTIN GARRY HODGINS 

2125 Buford Road 
Bon Air, Virginia 



B.S. 



Track (3). 



THOMAS DAVID HINTON 

Brown's Store, Virginia 



B.S. 



ex 



Theta Chi, Pledge Class President (1), Secretary (3), President 
(4); Student Body Representative (4); Interfratemity Council; 
Football (1, 3, 4). 




157 



EDWARD MEEKS HOPKINS 

P.O. Box 273 

Amherst, Virginia 



B.A. 



AXA, HAE 



Lambda Chi Alpha, Secretary (2, 3, 4); Pi Delta Epsilon; Tiger 
Circulation Staff (2, 3). 




fr 



Class of '66 



JAMES MURRAY HOOKER 

Sunset Drive 
Stuart, Virginia 



B.A. 



ex, ODK 



Theta Chi, Pledge Marshal (2); Student Body Vice President; 
Omicron Delta Kappa, Vice President; Honor Council (2, 3, 4), 
Vice President (3); Judicial Board (2, 3, 4), Chairman (4); Student 
Assembly (3), Vice President (3); Golf (1); Young Democrats 
Club (1, 2), Vice President (1); Student-Faculty Relations Com- 
mittee (3, 4). 





WILLIAM DABXEY HOPKINS 

P.O. Bo.x 273 

Amherst, Virginia 



B.S. 

Theta Chi, Treasurer (4). 



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158 



JOHN RANDOLPH KIGHT, JR. 

7622 Argyle A\enue 
Norfolk, Virginia 



B.S. 



K.A. 



Kappa Alpha; Class Secretarv-Treasurer (1); Judiciary Board (1); 
Wrestling (1, 2). 



Class of '66 




PARKE DEANS JOYNER 

5100 Monument Avenue 

Richmond, Virginia 



B.S. 



X* 



Chi Phi. 





JAMES FRANKLIN LIPSCOMB, JR. 

Route 2, Box 418 
Mechanicsville, Virginia 



B.A. 



HKA 



Pi Kappa Alpha; Football (1, 2, 3, 4), All-State (2, 3), All-Mason- 
Dixon (3), MVP (2), Co-Captain (4), Captain All-State (2); 
Baseball (2). 



159 




THOMAS WADE LITTRELL 

117 Hanger Road 
Amherst, Virginia 



B.S. 



SN 



Sigma Nu, Rush Master (3), Commander (4); Glee Club (1, 3, 4); 
Booster Club (1); Tiger Staff (1); Chemistry Lab Assistant (2); 
Chemistry Assistant (3); Psychology Assistant (4). 



Class of '66 





\A1LLIAM ANTHONY MACGUIRE 

Box 854 
Orange, Virginia 

B.A. A^n 

Alpha Psi Omega, President; Tiger Staff; Young Republicans Club. 



\MLLIAM FRANCIS LOWRY, JR. 

112 S. Canterbur)' Road 
Charlotte, North Carolina 



B.A. 



AXA 



Lambda Chi Alpha, Corresponding Secretary (2); Tiger Circulation 
Staff (3). 




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DANIEL WEBSTER MASON, III 
Box 421 

Pearisburg, Virginia 



B.S. 



2N 



Sigma Nu, Sentinel (4); Interfraternity Council Representative; 
Undergraduate Research (1,2,3). 



Class of '66 




JOSEPH DUDLEY MILES, III 

1219 Haw-throne Drive 
Norfolk 19, Virginia 



B.S. 



X* 



ERNEST EDWARD MOORE, JR. 
Route 4, Box 136A 
Glen Allen, Virginia 

B.A. 

Union Philanthropic Literary Society, Censor (4); Chemistry Lab 
Assistant (2,3). 



Chi Phi, Rush Chairman (3), President (4); German Club, Vice- 
President (3); Glee Club; Hampden-Sydney Magazine, Assistant 
Editor (2,3), Editor (4); Football (1). 




161 



JAMES K4NDOLPH PAINTER 

303 Shawnee Circle 
Charleston, West Virginia 



B.A. 



AXA, nAE 



Lambda Chi Alpha, Intramural Chairman (2,3, House Committee 
(4), Social Committee (3,4); Pi Delta Epsilon; Tiger Circulation 
Staff (2,3); Student Assistant in Lounge (3,4). 



Class of '66 




ROBERT CARTER MORRIS 

Columbia, Virginia 



B.S. 



XB* 



Chi Beta Phi; Glee Club (1); Tiger Staff (4); FootbaU (1); Base- 
ball (1); Physics Lab Assistant. 








DAVID LEE PARRISH 

6 Braclcin Lane 
Newport News, \'irginia 



B.S. 




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JAMES ED\\ARD PAYNE 

615 Walker Street 

Cliase City, \'irginia 



B.S. 



AXA 



Lambda Chi Alpha, President (4); Interfraternity Council; Ger- 
man Club; President's Council; Tiger Circulation Staff (3); Physics 
Assistant (2,3,4); Dorm Counselor (3). 



Class of ^66 




MICHAEL \\'AYx\E PAULETTE 

301 Santa Clara Drive 

Richmond, Virginia 



B.A. 

Kappa Alpha, Secretarj' (4). 



K.A. 





JAMES ROBERT PICKENS 
3205 Rueger Street 
Richmond, Virginia 



B.A. 



nKA 



Pi Kappa Alpha; Student Asssembly (4); Football (1,2,3,4); Wrest- 
ling (1); Joshua Warren White Sportsmanship Award. 



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JOHN RANDOLPH RAGSDALE, EI 

Dinwiddie, Virginia 



B.S. 



SX 



Class of '66 




GORDON LEE COX REAMEY 

28 Loxley Road 
Portsmouth, Virginia 



B.S. 

Sigma Nu; Football (1); Wrestling (1,2). 



2N 



ERNEST ADAMS RATHMANN 

3229 Darvaney Drive 
Dallas 20, Texas 



B.S. 



ex, HAE 



Theta Chi; Pi Delta Epsilon; Young Republicans Club (1); Booster 
Club (1,2); Tiger Staff (3,4); Kaleidoscope Staff (3,4), Class 
Editor (3), Organization Editor (4); Basketball (1,3,4). 




164 




JAMES MICHAEL RISSMILLER 
10501 Saxony Road 
Richmond, Virginia 



B.A. 



ex, H2* 



Theta Chi, Librarian (3), Chaplain (4); Eta Sigma Phi; Union 
Philanthropic Literary Society (3,4), Vice President (4). 



Class of '66 




JAMES PATTERSON ROGERS, III 
338 Lexington Road 
Richmond, Virginia 



B.S. 



A^'fi 



Alpha Psi Omega, Vice President (4); Jongleurs, President (4); 
Tiger Staff (3,4). 



CHARLES STEPHEN SANDERSON 

Cartersville, Virginia 

B.A. HKA 

Pi Kappa Alpha; Kaleidoscope Staff, Feature Editor (2); Football 
(1); Baseball (1,2,4). 





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DOUGLAS BENNETT SCOTT 

415 Lee Street 
Bedford, Virginia 



B.S. 



SN, XB* 



Class of '66 




LOWERY BEAUCHAMP SAUNDERS 

330 N. Main Street 
Manassas, Virginia 

B.A. 





HERBERT LEE SEBREN, JR. 

5226 Rolfe Avenue 
Norfolk, Virginia 



B.S. 



SN 



Sigma Nu; Football (1,3,4), All-State (3), Slater Award (3); 
Tiger of the Week (3); Wrestling (2,3,4); Track (1,2,3,4), Moore 
Award (3). 



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^^^ARNER LEWIS SHIPP, 
1303 Virginia Avenue 
Durham, North Carohna 



JR- 



B.S. 



AXA, XB* 



Lambda Chi Alpha, Pledge Class President (2), Chairman Alumni 
Relations Committee (3); Chi Beta Phi (3,4); Glee Club (1,2,3,4); 
Campus Christian Association (3,4); Young Democrats Club (1); 
Hampden-Stjdney Magazine, Editorial Board (2); Pratt Science 
Scholarship. 



Class of '66 




CLETUS MILLER SELLERS, JR. 

R.F.D. 1 

Harrisonburg, Virginia 

B.A. HSe 

Eta Sigma Phi; Glee Club; Booster Club; Biology Lab Assistant. 





WILLIAM FRANCIS SHUMADINE, JR. 

1106 Le.xan Avenue 
Norfolk, Virginia 



B.S. 



K.A. 



Kappa Alpha, Treasurer-Secretary of Pledge Class (1), Treasurer 
(4); Class Secretary-Treasurer (4); Class Representative to Stu- 
dent Assembly (1,2,3,4); Judicial Board (4); Interfraternity Council 
(3); Glee Club (1,2,3); Student Finance Committee, Trea.surer 
(2), Chairman (3,4); Wrestling (2,3,4); Football (1,2,3,4); Physics 
Lab Assistant (2); Dorm Counselor (3). 



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WILLIAM LOUIS SHUMATE, III 

Box 411 
Orange, Virginia 



B.S. 



ex 



Theta Chi, Vice President Pledge Class (1), Assistant Treasurer 
(3), Intramural Manager (3), Rush Chairman (4), Vice Presi- 
dent (4); German Club (1,2,3,); Union Philanthropic Literary- 
Society (4); Football (1,2,3,4); Baseball (1,3,4); Honor Council 
(2); Student Assembly (2); Dorm Counselor (2,3). 



Class of '66 



ARCHIBALD HANDSON SOUCEK, JR. 

8912 Alton Parkway 
Silver Spring, Maryland 



B.A. 



KS, HAE, SO 




Kappa Sigma, Pledge Class President, Executive Committee, 
House Committee, Rush Chairman (2,3,4,5); Class President (2,4); 
Pi Delta Epsilon; Sigma Upsilon (2,3,4,5), Vice President (4); 
Booster Club, Vice President (2); Student Assembly (2); Judiciary 
Board (3); Student Finance Board, Secretary (4); Food Committee 
(2,4); Dorm Counselor (2,3), Head Resident (4,5); Hampden- 
Sydney Magazine, Business Manager (3,4); Kaleidoscope Honor- 
aries Editor (3), Sports Editor (4), Editor-in-Chief (5); Editorial 
and Publications Board (5); Football (1,2,3,4), All-Mason Dixon, 
Football Trainer (5); Kappa Sigma Leadership and Scholarship 
Merit Award (4); Outstanding School Leadership Award (4); 
Biology Lab Assistant (3). 



PETER BLACKWELL SMITH 

4302 Wakefield Road 
Richmond, Virginia 

B.A. KA 

Kappa Alpha, Historian (4); Booster Club (1); Kaleidoscope Staff (1). 




168 



WILLIAM ALFRED SMITH TALLEY 

Box 173 

Palmyra, Virginia 



B.A. 



H2*, HAB 



Eta Sigma Phi; Pi Delta Epsilon; Union Philanthropic Literary 
Society; Young Republicans Club, Vice President; Tiger Staff (3), 
Copy Editor (4). 



Class of '66 




ROBERT DUNCAN TOMLINSON 

110 Coppahaunk Avenue 
Waverly, Virginia 

B.S. 

Glee Club (1,2,3,4), Vice President (4); Booster Club (3,4). 



WILLIAM CHARLES THOMPSON 

425 Maple Lane 
Danville, Virginia 

B.A. HKA 

Pi Kappa Alpha, Corresponding Secretary (4); Golf (1,2,3,4). 




169 




WILLIAM WAVERLEY TOWNES, 

2551 Trevilian Way 
Louisville, Kentucky 



V 



B.S. 



HKA 



Pi Kappa Alpha, Rush Chairman (3), President (4); Student Body 
Secretary-Treasurer (2); Class President (1,4); Booster Club (1); 
Basketball (1); Baseball (1); Honor Council (2,3), Secretary (3); 
Student Assembly (2), Secretary-Treasurer (2); Judiciary Board 
(2,3,4). 



Class of '66 




LAWRENCE JAMES TWEEL 

534 12th Avenue 
Huntington, West Virginia 



B.S. 



nKA 



Pi Kappa Alpha, Vice President of Pledge Class (2), Social Chair- 
man (3), Vice President (4); Class Vice President (3); Class His- 
torian (4); Tennis (4). 



JOSEPH WESLEY TUCK 
4306 Hillcrest Road 
Richmond, Virginia 



B.S. 



nKA 



Pi Kappa Alpha, Treasurer (3), House Manager (4); Campus 
Christian Association (2); Golf (1,2,3,4), Captain (3,4). 




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TRAVIS JACKSON TYSINGER 

Routo 3, Box 72-D 
Ciilpcper, Virginia 



B.A. 



KA, ODK 



Kappa Alpha, Rush Chairman (2), Secretary (3), President (4); 
Class President (2,3); Omicron Delta Kappa; Outstanding Fresh- 
man Award; Honor Council (1,2,4); Judiciary Board (3,4); Presi- 
dent's Council (3,4); Football (1,2,3,4), All-Mason-Dixon (3), 
All-State (3), Co-Captain (4); Baseball (1,2,3,4), 2nd Team Small 
College All-American (1,2). 



Class of '66 




RICKS STEDMAN VOIGHT, JR. 

1436 Brunswick Avenue 
Norfolk, Virginia 

B.S. X* 

Chi Phi; ni(-,. Club; Rooster Chib, Secretary: Track (3). 



GLENN CLAUDE VAUGHN, JR. 

118 Bennett Court 
Durham, North Carolina 



B.A. 

Theta Chi, Secretary (4). 



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171 



BURTON KIRKE WHITE, JR. 

Route 2, Box 163 
Danville, Virginia 



B.A. 



SN, HS* 



Sigma Nu, Treasurer (4); Eta Sigma Phi, Vice President (4); 
Glee Club (1,2,3); FootbaU Manager (1,2,3,4). 



Class of '66 




BENJAMIN CEPHAS WEATHERFORD, JR. 

200 E. Maryland Avenue 
Crewe, Virginia 

B.A. 

Tennis (2,3); Tennis Scholarship Award (2). 





WILLIAM WHITFIELD WILLIAMSON, JR. 

1090 Angelo Court, N.E. 
Atlanta 19, Georgia 

B.A. 

Campus Christian Association, Vice President (4); Glee Club 
(1,2,3,4), Treasurer (3), President (4); Westminster Fellowship, 
President (4). 



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GEORGE WAYNE WRIGHT 

Box 172 
La Crosse, Virginia 



B.S. 



XB* 



Chi Beta Phi; Glee Club. 



Class of '66 




NATHANIEL HENRY WOODING, JR. 

Bo.\ 65 

Halifax, Virginia 

B.S. 

Tiger Staff (1,3,4), Co-Editor (4); Physics Lab Assistant (1); 
Publications Board, Chairman. 














EDWARD FRANKLIN YOUNGER, III 

1300 Langhome Road 
Lynchburg, Virginia 



B.A. 



AXA 



Lambda Chi Alpha, House Manager (3); Young Republicans Club; 
Booster Club, Treasurer; Student Assembly (3); Tiger Staff (4); 
Kaleidoscope Staff, Photographer (4); Library Assistant (4); Eco- 
nomics Assistant (4). 



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Omicron Delta Kappa 




National Leadership Honor Society 

Founded at Washington and Lee University, 1914 

Established at Hampden-Sydney College, 1924 

C. C. CHEWNING, III '. President 

J. M. HOOKER Secretary-Treasurer 





C. C. CHEWNING 
President 



Dr. Reveley, Hooker, Chewning, Booth, Dr. Walters 



Fratres in Facultate 
Denison Maurice Allan 
Martin Boyd Coyner, Jr. 
Thomas Edward Crawley 
Thomas Edward Gilmer 
Robert Thurston Hubard, Jr. 
Charles Ferguson McRae 
Philip Hortenstine Ropp 
Homer Alvin Smith, Jr. 
Graves Haydon Thompson 
Carl Franklin Walters, Jr. 



FrcUres in Urhe 
Lewis Harrison Drew 
John Stokeley Fulton 
Ray Atkinson Moore 
Claudius Hornby Pritchard, Jr. 
Samuel Macon Reed 
Walter Taylor Reveley 



Fratres in Collegia 
F. Booth 
J. M. Hooker 
C. C. Chevraing, III 



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Phi Beta Kappa 




Founded at the College of 
William and Mary, 1776 

Established at 
Hampden-Sydney College, 1949 




WILLIAM COLLAR 

HOLBROOK 

President 



Briel, Crawley, Morris 



Fratres in Urbe 
Lewis Harrison Drew 
SoTores in Urbe 
Mrs. Edgar G. Gammon 
Mrs. Paul I. Grier 



Fratres in Facultate 
Denison Maurice Allan 
Martin Boyd Coyner, Jr. 
Thomas Edward Gilmer 
William Collar Holbrook 
Weyland Thomas Joyner 
Royland Vanderbilt Layton, Jr. 
Albert Louis LeDuc 
Charles Ferguson McRae 
William Wendell Porterfield 
Philip Hortenstine Ropp 
Graves Haydon Thompson 



Fratres in Collegia 
Bernard Louis Briel, Jr. 
William Bryan Crawley, Jr. 
Robert Carter Morris 



175 




Who's Who 



BOOTH, FRANK MATTHEW, III, 352 Norway Avenue, Hunting- 
ton, West Virginia; Pi Kappa Alpha, Alumni Secretary (3), Secretary 
(4), Chaplin (3); Eta Sigma Phi (3,4), Treasurer of Eta Sigma Phi 
(4); Student Body President (4); Student Assembly (2,3), President 
(4); Honor Council 3), President (4); Religious Life Committee (4); 
Board of Publications; Basketball (1,2,3,4); Who's Who Among 
Students in American Colleges and Universities. 




BRIEL, BERNARD LOUIS, JR., 1208 Dinwiddle Avenue, Rich- 
mond, Virginia; Eta Sigma Phi (2,3,4), Secretary (3), President (4), 
National Vice President Eta Sigma Phi; Union Philanthropic Lit- 
erary Society, Secretary (4); Young Democrats Club (4); Houston 
Scholarship (2); Nominating Convention (2); Bible Assistant (2,3); 
Library Assistant (2,3); Biology Assistant (3); Latin Lab Instructor 
(4); Cover Artist, THE RECORD (2,3,4); Summer Research Grant 
(3); Phi Beta Kappa Junior Award (3); Adamson Scholarship (4); 
Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities. 




CHEWNING, CLARENCE CONWAY, III, 24 Maxwell Road, 
Richmond, Virginia; Kappa Sigma, President (5); Pi Delta Epsilon, 
Secretary- Treasurer (4); Omicron Delta Kappa, President (6); Stu- 
dent Council (4); Interfratemity Council, Vice President (5); Stu- 
dent Faculty Relations Committee (5); Glee Club (1,2,3,4,5,6), 
Vice President (3); Tiger Staff (1); Kaleidoscope Staff (3); Who's 
Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities. 



176 






DAVIDSON, CHARLES NUCKOLS, JR., 5900 Lakehurst Drive, Baltimore, Maryland; Campus Christian Association, 
President (4); Union Philanthropic Literary Society (4); Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities. 

HOOKER JAMES MURRAY, Sunset Drive, Stuart, Virginia; Theta Chi Pledge Marshall (2), Student Body Vice President 
(3); Omicron Delta Kappa, Vice President; Honor Council (2,3,4), Vice President (3); Judiciary Board (2,3,4), Chairman 
(4); Student Assembly \'ice President (3); Golf (1); Young Democrats Club (1,2), Vice President (1); Student Faculty Re- 
lations Committee (3,4); Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities. 

MORRIS, ROBERT CARTER, 106 High Street, Farmville, Virginia; Chi Beta Phi; Glee Club (1); Tiger Staff (4); Football 
(1); Baseball (1); Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities. 

SOUCEK, ARCHIBALD HANSON, JR., 8912 Alton Parkway, Silver Spring, Maryland; Kappa Sigma, Pledge Class Presi- 
dent, Executive Committee, Housing Committee, Rush Chairman (2,3,4,5); Sophomore Class President; Senior Class Presi- 
dent; Pi Delta Epsilon; Sigma Upsilon (2,3,4,5), Vice President (4); Booster Club, Vice President (2); Student Assembly 
(2); Judiciar}' Board (3); Student Finance Board, Secretary (4); Housing Committee Chairman (3,4); Food Committee (2,4); 
Dorm Counselor (2,3); Head Resident (4,5); Hampden-Si/dney Magazine, Business Manager (3,4); Kaleidoscope, Honor- 
aries Editor (3), Sports Editor (4), Editor-in-Chief (5); Editorial and Publication Board (5); Football (1,2,3,4), Football 
Trainer (5); All Mason-Dixon Conference; Kappa Sigma Leadership and Scholarship Merit Award (4); Outstanding School 
Leadership Award (4); Biology Lab Assistant (3); Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities (3,4). 

SPYRE, WALTER CLEMENT, JR., Rock-y Mount, North Carohna; Pi Kappa Alpha, Alumni Secretary (4); Pi Delta Ep- 
silon (3,4); Interfratemity Council (2,3,4), President (4); Booster Club (1,2); Student Faculty Relations Committee (4); 
Tiger Staff (3,4), Circulation Manager (3), Business Manager (4); Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and 
Universities. 

TYSINGER, TRAVIS JACKSON, Rout 3, Box 72-D, Culpeper, Virginia; Kappa Alpha Rush Chairman (2), Secretary (3), 
President (4); Omicron Delta Kappa, Outstanding Freshman Award; Honor Council (1,2,4); Judiciary Board (3,4); Presi- 
dent's Council (3,4); Football (1,2,3,4), Co-Captain (4), All Mason-Dixon Conference (3), All State Small College (3); Base- 
ball (1,2,3,4), Second Team Small College AU American (1,2); Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and 
Universities. 






177 



Seated: Chewning, Robertson, Oak- 
ey. Standing: Stuchell, Jenkins, 
Edge, Sprye, Painter, Reid, Crist, 
Andrews, Tinkham, Hopkins. 




Pi Delta Epsilon 




GERALD D. ROBERTSON 
President 



National Honorary Collegiate Journalism Society 

Founded at Syracuse University, 1909 
Established at Hampden-Sydney College, 1939 

GERALD D. ROBERTSON President 

C. C. CHEWNING Vice President 

RALPH S. OAKEY Secretary-Treasurer 



Frater in Urbe 
Claudius Hornby Pritchard 



Fratres in Collegio 

D. L. Andrews 
C. C. Chewning 
C. W. Crist 

J. B. Edge 

E. M. Hopkins 
J. W. Jenkins 
S. H. Martin 
R. S. Oakey 

J. R. Painter 
J. M. Reid 
G. D. Robertson 
W. C. Sprye 
W. L. Stuchell 
H. S. Tinkham 



Frates in Facultate 
Joseph Burner Glower 
William Collar Holbrook 



178 



Sigma Upsilon 



National Honorary Literary Society 

Founded at Vanderbilt University, 1906 

Established at Hampden-Sydney College, 1916 

STEVE BECK President 

TOM WOODALL Vice-President 

MIKE LILLY Secretary-Treasurer 




Fratres in CoUegio 
S. Beck 
T. Woodall 
M. Lilly 
T. Chevvning 
T. Tysinger 
J. Rogers 
B. Smith 
A. Soucek 
D. Miles 



Fratres in Facultate 
Denison Maurice Allan 
Willard Francis Bliss 
Thomas Edward Crawley 
Paul Livingston Crier 
Robert Thruston Hubard, Jr. 
George Tyler Miller, Jr. 
Philip Hortenstine Ropp 
Craves Haydon Thompson 



Soror in Urbe 
Elizabeth Carrington Eggleston 



Tysinger, Lilly, Smith, Beck, Rogers, Miles, Chewning. 





Steve Beck 
President 



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Psi Chi 





DICK BOWLES 
President 




Mowbray, Sanders, Tomlinson, Morris, Bowles. 



National Honor Society in Psychology 

Founded at New Haven, Connecticut, 1929 

Established at Hampden-Sydney College, 1962 

DICK BOWLES President 

ROBERT MORRISS Vice-President 



Fratres in Facultate 
Denison Maurice Allan 
Donald Rudolph Ortner 
Alvin Hall Smith 



Fratres in Collegia 
D. Bowles 
B. Morriss 
W. Sanders 
P. Mowbray 
B. Tomlinson 



180 



Eta Sigma Phi 




Honorary Classical Society 

Founded at University of Chicago, 1924 

Established at Hampden-Sydney College, 1942 

LOUIS BRIEL President 

KIRKE WHITE Vice-President 

BILL CHEWNING Recording Secretary 

JIM RISSMILLER Corresponding Secretary 

FRANK BOOTH Treasurer 




LOUIS BRIEL 

President 




Briel, Rissmiller, White, Booth, 
Crawley, Hilton, Chewning, Mor- 
riss, Dedrick, Sellers, Loving, 
Chamblin, Lowry, Trice. 



Fratres in Facultate 
Graves Haydon Thompson 
William Lee Odom 



Fratres in CoUegio 
H. S. Alford 
F. M. Booth 

B. L. Briel 
S. G. Butler 

J. H. Chamblin 
W. C. Chewning 

D. D. Chiles 

C. Cocke 

W. B. Crawley 

E. W. Dedrick 
H. Dixon 



E. R. Lowry 
R. H. Loving 
R. L. Morriss 
J. Rissmiller 
J. A. Rosenstock 
R. Hilton 
H. Schearer 
C. Sellers 
W. A. Talley 
T. Trice 
B. K. White 



Fratres in Urbe 
Claudius Hornby Pritchard, Jr. 
Lewis Harrison Drew 
Dr. Webb 



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National Honorary Dramatic Society 
Founded at Fairmont State College, 1925 
Established at Hampden-Sydney College, 1932 



The sweet smell of success. 



Alpha Psi Omega 





Fratres in Collegia 
W. MacGuire 
J. Rogers 
T. Bradley 




Rogers, McGuire, Bradley 



Fratres in Facultate 
Merrill Alvin Espigh 
Philip Hortenstine Ropp 
Dudley Burd Selden 
Hassell Algernon Simpson 
Graves Haydon Thompson 
Carl Franklin Walters, Jr. 



182 



Chi Beta Phi 




National Honorary Scientific Society 

Founded at Randolph-Macon College, 1916 

Established at Hampden-Sydney College, 1921 

PHILIP ROSSON ANDERSON President 

CHARLES ABRAM BALDWIN Vice-President 

HERMAN FREDERICK GALLASCH Secretary-Treasurer 




PHILIP ROSSON ANDERSON 
President 



Anderson, Bowles, Hodgins, Gallasch, Jones, Chewning, Tom- 
linson. Towers, Alford, Wright, Mowbray. 




Soror in Urbe 
Alice Elizabeth Overcash 



Fratres in Collegio 



Fratres in Urbe 
Samuel Macon Reed 
Emmet Roach Elliott 



H. S. Alford 
P. R. Anderson 
C. A. Baldwin 
R. B. Bowles 
W. C. Chewning 
J. R. Cockrell 
A. T. Elliott 
H. F. Gallasch 
F. Grant 



M. G. Hodgins 
K. M. Jones 
R. Morris 
P. D. Mowbray 
W. L. Shipp 
R. D. Tomlinson 
L. F. Towers 
G. W. Wright 



Fratres in Factdtate 
Denison Maurice Allan 
Thomas Edward Gilmer 
Weyland Thomas Joyner 
Hinton Baxter Overcash 



183 



when I consider everything that grows 
holds in perfection a little moment tlmt 
this huge stage presenteth naught hut 
shows . . . 

SHAKESPEARE 




184 




a time to love, and a time to hate; 




186 



A man should live as though he tvere going to 
die tomorrow and study as though he were going 
to live forever. 

PLUTARCH 






. . a time for war, and a time for peace. 
ECCLESIASTES 



188 





To see a world in a grain of sand 
And a heaven in a wild flower. 
Hold infinity in the palm of your hand 
And eternity in an hour. 

BLAKE 





WJmt through the radiance which was once so bright 
Be now for ever taken from my sight. 

Though nothing can bring back the hour 
Of splendour in the grass, of glory in the flower; 
We will grieve not, rather find 
Strength in what remains behind; 
Which Jmving been must ever be. 

WORDSWORTH 






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SCHEDULE 




April 4 


University of lUchmond 


April 27 


Roanoke 


April 6 


Grove City 




April 28 


Bridgewater 


April 12 


Johns Hopkins 




April 30 


Randolph-Macon 


April 16 


Bridgewater 




May 2 


Roanoke 


April 18 


Old Dominion 




May 4 


Lynchburg 


April 20 


Mount St. Mary's 




May 7 


Randolph-Macon 


April 22 


V.P.I. 




May 9 


Washington and Lee 


April 25 


Old Dominion 




May 13 


Mason-Dixon 



Winkle Weaver 



Bob Loving 




Leake, Matthews, Wilkes, Weatherford, Campbell, Weaver, Caudle, Percy, 



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Bucky Weatherford 




Childry, Rutherford, Turner, Loving. 



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Baseball 





Russ Palmore 



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Watch me get wood on this one! 



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SCHEDULE 


March 


23 


Lynchburg 


March 25 


Pembroke State 


March 


26 


Pembroke State 


March 


28 


Jacksonville Un. 


March 29 


Jacksonville Un. 


March 


30 


Stetson Un. 


March 31 


Stetson Un. 


April 


1 


Georgia Southern 


April 


2 


Georgia Southern 


April 


5 


Marietta 


April 


8 


Emory and Henry 


April 


13 


Old Dominion 


April 


15 


Washington and Lee 


April 


16 


Bridgewater 


April 


18 


R. P. I. 


April 


20 


Old Dominion 


April 


23 


Mount St. Mary's 


April 


28 


Bridgewater 


April 


30 


Ran"dolph-Macon 


May 


2 


R. P. I. 


May 


4 


Lynchburg 


May 


7 


Randolph-Macon 


May 13-14 


Mason-Dixon 



Bob Robertson 



Wayne Tennent 



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April 7 


Washington and Lee 


April 14 


R. P. I. 


April 18 


Richmond 


April 19 


Bridgewater 


April 21 


Randolph-Macon 


April 25 


Little Eight 


April 28 


Lynchburg 


May 2 


Roanoke 


May 5 


Old Dominion 


May 9 


Mason-Dixon 



Charlie Thompson 



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Gar>' Duke 



Tommy Richardson 



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Jennings, Mednicks, Jester, Hodgins, Wheeler, Edwards, Olsen, Tiller, Eskew, Stewart, Robinson, Chewning, Pollard. 





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April 13 
April 16 
April 20 
April 23 
April 30 
May 2 



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Washington and Lee 

Old Dominion 

Randolph-Macon 

Roanoke 

Bridge\\'ater 

Lynchburg 

Little Eight 



May 13-14 Mason-Dixon 



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Sponsored by William Louis Shumate, III 
Theta Chi Fraternity 



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Judges: Dean William C. Holbrook, Mr. John Waters, President Walter T. Reveley, Mr. Claudius H. Pritchard, Mr. Daniel Hawks, Mr. Joseph 
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we shall speak again together and you shall sing to me a 
deeper song. And if our hands should meet in another 
dream we shall build a tower in the sky. 

i, GIBRAN 




Compliments of 

LONGWOOD JEWELERS 

MAIN STREET 
Farmville, Virginia 



Advertisements 



203 




Yes, since 1882 we have taken pride in serving the men 
of Hampden-Sydney, their families and friends. 

Today we are proud of the tradition which we have attained 
for hospitality, service and elegance. Yet we are continually 
striving for new and better ways to serve. 

Congratulationstothe Graduating Class. May its members 
carry on the tradition of greatness that has won fame far and 
wide for Hampden-Sydney. 

Carl G. Thurston, General Manager Fred W. Walker, '45, Director of Sales 




Hotel Roanoke 

AND MOTOR INN 

ROANOKE, VIRGINIA 



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Virginia's largest mortgage hanking company 

Hampden-Sydney Alumni at MIC 

I. Norris Blake — President '33 

R. Parke Lecky — Senior Vice President '28 

Alfred L. Blake, Jr. — Secretary '34 

W. M. Showolter — Residential Loan Officer '36 

R. R. Harrison III — Residential Sales '59 



MORTGAGE INVESTMENT CORPORATION 



RICHMOND • NORKOLK • ROANOKE 



NEWPORT NEWS 



FALLS CHURCH • CHARLOTTESVILLE 




Home Beneficial Life Insurance Company 

W. E. WILTSHIRE, President 
HOME OFFICE RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 



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THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK 

MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM 
MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION 

Branches Farmville Shopping Center & Pamlin City, Va. 
FARMVILLE, VIRGINIA 



TELEPHONE EX 2-5363 



NEWMAN'S MEN'S SHOP 

TRADITIONAL STYLES 

FARMVILLE, VIRGINIA 

111 NORTH MAIN STREET 



OWEN-SANFORD DRUG COMPANY 

FARMVILLE SHOPPING CENTER 

FARMVILLE, VIRGINIA 

EX 2-3167 



ALFRED L. BLAKE & SONS, INC. 

I. Norris Blake '33 
A. L Blake, Jr. '34 

REALTORS - SALES - RENTALS - LOANS - INSURANCE 

Dial Ml 8-8308 
5 NORTH FOURTH STREET RICHMOND 19, VIRGINIA 



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FOR VACATION TRAVEL 
Summer 

Winter 

Spring 



Or Travel Plans of Anytime — Individually or in Groups 

CALL ON 
Virginia's Oldest and Largest Independent Travel Service 

C. O. ALLEY TRAVEL AGENCY 

708 E. GRACE STREET RICHMOND 

Airlines — Ships — Tours — Cruises — Hotels — Groups 



COMPLIMENTS 
OF 



GRAND PIANO & FURNITURE CO. 



ROANOKE, VIRGINIA 



207 



BOXWOOD 

TOURIST COURT 

AND 

RESTAURANT 



3 MILES 
SOUTH OF FARMVILLE 



Phone 
EX 2-4979 



KILKARE 

LAUNDRY - CLEANING 
STORAGE 

FARMVILLE, VIRGINIA 



PHONE EX 2-4166 

SEE REPRESENTATIVE 
ON CAMPUS 



MONTICELLO DAIRY 
PRODUCTS 

Distributed by 

FARMVILLE 
CREAMERY, Inc. 

FARMVILLE, VIRGINIA 
Phone EX 2-3143 



MARTIN 



THE JEWELER 



FARMVILLE, VIRGINIA 



EXport 2-4904 



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CARTER'S FLOWER SHOP 

Farmville, Virginia 

EX 2-3151 

WE WIRE FLOWERS ANYWHERE 




MOST MODERN 
DRY CLEANERS 

DeLUXE CLEANERS 

Farmville, Virginia 



HARRY'S BARBER SHOP 

FIVE CHAIRS 

COURTEOUS SERVICE 

Farmville, Virginia 




PRINTING 

• LETTERHEADS 

• PROGRAMS 

• PUBLICATIONS 



THE FARMVILLE HERALD 

FARMVILLE, VIRGINIA 



L. G. BALFOUR COMPANY 

3110 WEST MARSHALL STREET 
RICHMOND VIRGINIA 23230 




Designers of the Traditional 
Hampden-Sydney Ring 



See BRYCE JEWETT 
Your Campus Representative 



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Compliments of 

ELJO'S 

Fine Traditional Gentlemen's 
Clothing 

Willowlawn Shopping Center 
Grace at Sixth Street 

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 



TO YOUR 


GOOD HEALTH 


(AND HAPPY FUTURE) 




DAI R Y 


HOME OF Bbl lER MILK 


1810-16 W. Main St., Richmond, Va. 



RICHMOND OFFICE SUPPLY 
CO., Inc. 

Stationery, Office Furniture, 
and Appliances 

816 East Main Street 
RICHMOND 19, VIRGINIA 



COMPLIMENTS 

GARLAND & HARWOOD 

INSURANCE 

Farmville, Virginia 



Taylor Maistufacturiivg 
Company 

INCORPORATED 

COJJTRACTORS -BUILDING MATERIAL 



PHONE EX 2-3161 

Eahmvill^, Va. 




THE STAG ROOM 



For Lots of Atmosphere 



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COMPLIMENTS OF 



BRYCE D. JEWETT 
MANUFACTURING 



RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 



Chas. Lunsford Sons and Izard 



— INSURANCE — 

Colonial-American 

National Bank Building 

Roanoke, Virginia 

345-1515 



Chas. P. Lunsford 
James J. Izard 
W. Boiling Izard 
J. Irving Slaydon 



James I. Slaydon, Jr. 
Harold N. Hoback 
Thomas Jamison 
Chas. I. Lunsford 



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HARRIS-BRENAMAN 




INCORPORATED 




ATHLETIC SUPPLIES • SPORTING GOODS 




DIAL Ml 8-4796 




717 EAST GRACE ST. RICHMOND 19, VIRGINIA 




Compliments of 



VIRGINIA MACHINE WORKS, INC. 



Richmond, Virginia 



DIETZ PRESS, Inc. 

109 East Cary Street 
RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 



GREENFRONT FURNITURE 
COMPANY 

Farmville, Virginia 



212 



JRANCE Company" 

OF Boston. Massachusetts 

William R. Gardner, '24, C.L.U. 
General Agent 

William R. Gardner, Jr., '57 John E, Kenyon, '36, C.L.U. 

John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance Company 

1211 Roseneath Road 

Telephone 355-7836 

Richmond, Virginia 



VIRGINIA FOLDING BOX COMPANY 



Richmond, Va. 



HAMPDEN-SYDNEY 
COLLEGE SHOP 

"On the Campus" 



HARRIS COOK MOTOR CO. 
INCORPORATED 

127 North Street Farmville, Virginia 

Export 2-3134 




Soles & Service 



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Planters Bank 
AND Trust Company 

OF 

FARMVILLE. VIRGINIA 



Member of 

FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM 

FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION 

Established 1867 




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COMPLIMENTS OF 




SMITTY 


BROTHERS ELECTRIC 

EXport 2-3788 


COMPANY 




FARMVILLE, VIRGINIA 





GRAY'S— TRULY— A DRUG STORE 

"The Pharmacist's Art — At Its Best" 
FARMVILLE, VIRGINIA 




VIRGINIA 
NATIONAL 
BANK 



MEMBER TEDERAL OEPOSfT 
INSUHANCE CORPORATION 



A STATEWIDE BANKING ORGANIZATION 

WITH OFFICES ACROSS THE VIRGINIA 

COMMONWEALTH 



STATE THEATER 

FARMVILLE DRIVE-IN 
THEATER 

FARMVILLE, VIRGINIA 



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Already, one half of the 
world's supply of electricity 
is generated in the United 
States. And the demand 
continues to grow. How 
will it be met? Through the 
energy and resourcefulness 
of America's independent 
electric companies. 
Companies that plan ahead 
to stay ahead of the needs 
of tomorrow. 



VIRGINIA ELECTRIC AND POWER C0MPANY<3^ 



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