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W. S. Parkins Va.

J. M. Peake. '!• K 1 Va.

B. P. Pettus. 2 * E Va

N. V. Pillot, K 2 Texas

L. Polk, 2 X La.

H. B. POTTERFIELD Va.

J. L. Price W. Va.

W. C. Rafterv, * K 2 N. J.

D. Revel, 2 A E Ark.

C. P. Reynolds Va.

T. T. Richards. * A II Ky.

M. B. Ridenor Md.

W. R. Ripy Ky.

J. H. Rowan . . . Va.

C. L. Rudy Va.

C. L. Sacer Md.

Engineering

H. Barclay, * K 2 Ark.

O. C. Bell, Jr Va.

R. L. Beuhring W. Va.

G. Chaves Brazil

T. R. Coolf.y Va.

P. B. Earwood, II K A W. Va.

J. C. Fisher W. Va.

J. J. Halbert Miss.

D. A. Hamilton, '!• A 6 Ga.

H. R. Hampton, 2 AE Ark.

F. M. Hardin, 2 N N. C.

C. R. Horne Fla.

L. H. Justice, * r A Va.

A. H. Kaufman D. C.

H. A. Kiser Va.

R. E. Mauzy Va.

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B. S. SANFORD Tenn.

R. Satterfield Texas

C. B. Saunders, -I- A 9 Va.

R. C.Shaw, *T4 DC.

G. D. Shore, Jr S. C.

U. W. Showalter W. Va.

W. H. Smith, ATA Va.

D. S. Snyder W. Va.

F. O. Steeie Va.

J. R. Strong. A T A Texas

H. C. Stuck Ark.

T. B. Sturcill Ky.

H. Sutherland Va.

P. Sutherland Va.

C. McC. Switzer, ■!» K M' W. Va.

J. D. Taylor, Jr.. 2 X N. C.

W. K. Taylor, * K 2 Va.

P. C. Thomas, 2 * E W. Va,

R. B. Thompson N. Y.

H. F. Tindall, 2 N S. C.

J. M. S. TwYMAN V<x

L. V. Wales. K 2 Va.

I. H. Wallen Ky.

W. R. Walton La.

A. M. Wash, A X P Va.

J. E. Watts Ark.

F. A. Weatherford Ky.

M. A. Westcott, Jr., 'I> A O Texas

K. C. Whittle, II K A Va.

K. Williams Tenn.

A. Williamson, K A Ark.

R. W. Winborne, A T A Va.

O. P. Withrow Va.

G. D. W'ORTHINGTON, Jr Md.

W. A. Yancey Va.

J. B. Yerkes. Jr., K A Fla.

School.

K. McCoy Va.

F. J. Morales, Jr Panama

G S. Morrison, Jr Va.

S. P. Oliver N. C

G. M. Penick, * F A Va.

W. C. Poole S. C.

H. W. Rogers Va.

J. H. Sawkins, A X ]' Md.

W. S. Snow, *K2 Va.

S. S. Stein D. C.

M. Stewart, K A Tenn.

E. C. Thomas Miss.

A. C. Ward Va.

J. F. Wayland Va.

C. E. WOMBLE Va.



5acktoarD, iaJurn IBacktuarD



[Submitted with Apologies by Giln



Idcn. '07.]




AC K.WARD, turn backward, O, Time, from your way!

Make me a student now, just for a day!

The campus, the friends, the class-room, all.

Full of sweet memories, beckon and call.

The echo of the hour comes vivid to mind.
Of that which is gone, of the scenes left behind.



When the red blood of youth was coursing the veins
Happiness and kindness were filling the brains,
"Twas the one time of life for nourishing dreams.
For building ideals, for laying the beams
Of manhood's needs in the world of tomorrow,
I o combat the evil and soothe the sorrow.



At the fountain we knelt and innocently drank.
The rich man, the poor man, the men of all rank.
We were brothers then as God had intended ;
Our teachers wise, their counsel commended.
Backward, turn backward, O, Time, from your way!
Make me a student now, just for a day!




SENIOR

They build the bridges that span the years,

They stake the road to success.
The)) girdle the globe, these engineers.

With the girdle of usefulness.

Class Officers

C. L. ORDEMAN President

S. A. HONAKER Vice-President

G. F. ORDEMAN Secretary

H. MONCURE Executive Committeeman




EDWARD HENRY BEARDSLEY, i; N
Hamilton, Ohio.

Almost any fine morning you may see this lacilurn young
gcnlleman noiselessly enler (he place of ihe "Students' Friend,"
and as silently deposit a nickel in the concave disc provided
for small coin. Whereupon H. O. gets down one Mail Pouch,
and this same Edward Henry proceeds to extract the juice
from the noble weed in approved orthodox fashion. "I hus
strengthened and inspired, he is ready to tackle with vim Liv'n
Math. 4. He is one of our few representatives from the
Buckeye State. He came to us last fall after serving an inde-
terminate sentence at Yandeibili. Member of the Masonic
Club, and is also a T. N. E.





HARRY SCOTT COFFEY,
Stuart's Draft, Va.

Harry was born in Stuart's Draft— wherever that is— in 1890.
hence his breezy countenance. He attended the high school of
his home town, and from there ascended to the famed halls
of Bridgewater College. 1 here he conceived his desire to
enler Washington and Lee, which he did in the fall of 1909.
He is a prominent member of the Washington Literary Society,
of which he is Vice-President. He was an orator al their
Centennial Celebration, February 22, 1912. He is not with-
out honors as an athlete, being a member of the track team.
We wish him success in his future vocation.



JOHN LETCHER CRIST.

Vesuvius, Va.



Va



Crist was born in that village of activity, Ve
August 30, 1890. John attended several high schools, from
the last of which he received his diploma. Matriculaled at
nd Lee 1909, and is taking a B. S. in Chemistry,
a member of his class football team for three years,
class baseball team, 1909, and class basket-ball team, 1912; also
a member of the Chemical Society and Curtis Lee Engineering
Society. He will follow Chemistry in the future.



Washmglc
He





\\ II I 1AM III' IMPSON DYE,

I I X1NCT0N, V \

Mthough Dye loafs a great deal in from of Mc< rum's
othei pl.ucs, yet the Hislorian lias nol secured propel
dala for this accounl. Dye is inexplicably unassuming, ab-
struse. He seldom strays from the path that Irads from In
home lo the class rooms; but he il said in jnslire to him thai
he has been seen returning from ihe Library with "Queed"
on one occasion, and on another from North River with cer
cm li Inn- paiuphcinalia. Taylui Scholarship.



\l I \ \M>I R MAS< IN I IARR1S, \ X !'.

R|i HMOND, V v

Mason was bo n in Culpeper County, Va., some several
yeai ago (no insinuation, of course). He allendcd Valley's
School piic lo entering Washington and Lcc in 1908. His
three most cherished thoughts are: his pipe. Dr. Slevens, and
the female population of the country. To perceive him on
the campus one would think he is an indefatigable woiker;
but I" see him on the inside is to know lhal he is a clever and
ini essanl "loafer. I le is known lo everyone, and wc ai<
n I surprised (lass has. hall learn and member of the I urlis
I .c e I n^iiic ei il I)





SAMUEL AL1 IN HONAKI R, * K *,

SHRI \ I I'OKI . I .A.

Sam ,s a Virginian by birth, being born in Abingdon, |ulj

21. 1889. Allendcd Emory and Henry bel itering Wash

inglon and I .,•>■. lOON Ass, slant in Physics. 1010-11. 1911-12;
Vice-President of the Senior Engineering Class; Vice-Prcsi
dent "I Ihe Albert Sidney Boat Club, 1910-11; President of
Ihe Curtis I ee I ngineering Society; Physics Scholarship. 1909-
10. Besides this. Sam claims lo have some dramatic talent.
1 le is a candidate for a 15. S. degree in Civil Engineering.



S'2



FRANK KEY,
Buena Vista, Va.

Frank first saw light ,n thai unheard-of town. Laurel Hill,
Va., on October 4, 1890. Attended Lexington High School
before matriculating in Washington and Lee. Honored with
the Franklin Soctely Scholarshtp, 1910. If he had his B. S.
now he might (note might) be in line to fill the vacancy cre-
ated by the late resignation of Dr. Wiley.





EDWARD LYONS,
Baltimore, Md.

Edward came directly from Baltimore, although he came
originally from Botoken, Russia, where he was born October
24, 1890. He attended the public schools of Baltimore and
Lex.nglon, Va., before entering Washington and Lee in 1909.
He has not decided what he will do, but whatever he under-
takes we feel sure he will succeed mightily.



FRANCISCO JAVIER DE MORALES,
Panama, Republic or Panama.

This clean-cut looking fellow attended Villanova and the
University of Pennsylvania, after having spent some time in
college in Colombia, South America— and this before coming
here. He knows those things that "college chaps" naturally
pick up, and we hope he may secure his B. S. this year. He
had quite a few college honors at University of Pennsylvania,
but they are not entirely significant to us.




s:i




Mil 1 ARD 1 II LMORE NULL, * K 1.
Gri I NSBI RC, Pa.

'Gimmcy" is said lo be an appropriate name for thi: young
man. though your humble reviser confesses freely thai he does
mil see or otherwise detect ihe humor ol the application. He
came from Penn State, having been there Iwo years He eithei
has oi is making an attempt lo secure an "implied B. S,
Member ol Iwo oi ihree clubs and fraternities, and claims the

I i "I having had Historian of the Senior Engineering Class

thrust upon him all ol which we believe sincerely and immu-
lablj Mi' we could "rattle on," but "emit ." Managei ol the
Varsilj basket-ball learn. 1911-12. He Is a membei ..I the
II \ N and Sigma Ribbon Societies, and also belong lo the
Cotillion C lul..



CHARLES LEE ORDEMAN. <> V

Frederic k. Mil

Lee was born in Frederick, Md., November 23, 1890 H<
yiadualcd from Frederick Hi^h School and enlered Wash-
ington and I ee in 1908. Since his sojourn here he has re-
ceived many honors. He played on his t lass football learn
ihree years, and on ihe Varsity, 1900-11; No. I Albert Sid-
ney Boat Crew, 1910; stroke Albert Sidney, 1911; Birely
Scholarship, 1911 12; Secretarj Athletic Association, 1911-12;
President Allien Sidney Boal Club. 1911-12; President ol
Senior Engineering Class Lee is always found busilv engaged
in some noteworthy undertaking, and is always the same good-
natured fellow.





GEORGE FREDERICK ORDEMAN, 9 X,
Frederic k. Mil



k I ligh S< hool, entei ing
,'ciunu "shark" lias sei I



George graduated from Fred
Washington and Lee. 1909. Thi

Ins B. S. in ihree years, and during this lime he was holdi
-I thi Birely Scholarship foi one yeai Secretary .nul ["reas
urei of the Maryland Club an.l a membei ..I ihe Chemical
Society. George will always he found pleasant and unassum-
ing, and he has all the "earmarks" ol a successful man.



SI



JAMES COBURN PICKENS.
Philippi. W. Va.

"Pick," although now of West Virginia, was boin in Fiank-
lin, Tenn.. May 30. 1890. He attended Lexinglon High School
and V. M. I. before enlcring Washington and Lee in 1908.
He is a candidate for a general B. S. We wish him well.




'Ale




JESSE DOUGLAS RICHARDSON. * A ().
Hot Springs, Va.

Douglas attended Randolph-Macon Academy, Front Royal,
Va., before entering upon his Engineering couise here. If re
po.ls be true he has done splendid work. He might strike
an obseiver as one prone to frivolity, but nay, nay. His indus-
ation has not been without



appll



<u ,. Kl



ALEXANDER SLOAN.

CUMBERLAND, Ml).



all. lanky fellow, whose locomotion is evidently
controlled by alternating curienls of mode and food, lakes his
"good old time' about things, but he generally gels there.
Graduate Allegheny County Academy. Member of the Harry
Lee Boat Club and rowed on the Harry Lee second crew. He
intends to go into the glass business.




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Rol'.I.KI EDWARD STEELE. Jr.,

LUMBERTON, N. C.

"R. I .." was born away down In Brunswick, Ga., August
29, 1890, and after securing all thai the Sutton ( W . Va I and
Lexington High Schools had to offer, he joined the ranks of
Washington and Lee In 1908. And though he was not
in • ..II.-.- ,!„:,„,■ lln- se.-.on IV09-I0 he is an applicant I.., Ins
B. S. this spring, and we wish him well. He expects to fur-
ther pursue llir sludy of Engineering al the Boston Tech.



WARREN Wll.l.ARD WOOD. A X I',
Crimora, Va.



"Elsie



born in Chi.
Virginia. Attended Fishbun
mn Washington and Lee, son
been here I. >ng - nough to a.
young fellow has ralhei mm



jo, 111., but he early came lo
Military School before enter -
several years since, i. c, he has
lire Lexmglonian habits. This
or less doubtful knowledge ol



Physics and Ge
ol profound lea,



W



lay naught of se
» ish him luck.



d mi,.-, br





Class Officers

|OI IN GOODWIN HERNDON, Jr., * 2 K President

Will [AM I Rl N I Mil Secretary-Treasurer

V II LIAM I I [URMOND RIVIERE, * U K Historian



D. C.
Va.

. . Ga.



ROBERT WILLIAM DICKEY, B.S.
Covington, Va.



A.,*K *,$ B K,



Dickey's (wenly-first birthday will come almost a month be-
fore commencement, and we figure that during his six years
at Washington and Lee twenty-one well-earned honors have
fallen his way. Space forbids mention of all, but among them
is a scholarship or a fellowship every year, a monogram twice
won as coxswain of the Harry Lee crew, a seat in the Uni-
versity Senate, historian of the class of 1910. and Phi Beta
Kappa. He is a member of the Cuslis Lee Engineering So-
ciety, author of a "Laboratory Manual of Elementary Physics,"
instructor in electrical engineering, has been for three years
instructor in physics, etc.. etc. Has written a thesis on gravity
and is writing another on differential equations. Twice a
Bachelor, he now seeks a higher degree.





BENJAMIN HARRISON FARQUHAR, B. A.,
Lake Charles, La.

In the fall of 1906 Ben entered Washington and Lee. but
er two years of strenuous study took a long vacation. Last
a. he returned and took his B. A. with the rest of us. and
now an applicant for the Master's degree, which he is sure
receive in June. Besides membership in the French Club
■ Chemical Society, and the Custis Lee Engineering Society
is assistant in physics and instructor in mathematics, pr;
licing teaching, which he expects to make his life work. "Bl
soms" shines especially with the very young Lexington ca
who gave him that name.



JAMES ALEXANDER HANNA, B. S.
Ashbury, W. Va.



Until he grew tall enough to step aero
this youth was confined to the University
but in 1909 he succeeded in reaching Lex
had a sheepskin to protect hu



the Alleghanies
: West Virginia,
gton, and in two
from the strong
drafts in the Chemical Laboratories in the southwest wing of
the Main Building. He allowed himself to join the Chemical
Society and the Custis Lee Engineering Society because they
meet in the neighborhood. He is assistant in Chemistry, and
his love for the science is such that one readily understands
why his vocation will be that of a chemist.




S!l




J( >l IN G< h i|)\\ IN | II RNDON, Jr..
Washincton, 1) (



lohn, aftei two years ..i George Washington University, came
W. and I. In September, 1909 I le i hanged Ins name to
k because his room-mate's was John first. In the two yeai
I ii look him to capture his B, A. he found lime to be treas
i ol lit - Washington Literary Society, and twice debater
ifs annual celebrations; wis a member oi the team that
n the debate m Baltimore last yea. with |ohns I lopkins Uni-
sity; membei ol the Y M C. A. Cabinet, and President
the Congressional I Ins year he is President <>i the Post-
aduale Class, assistant editor ol the CALYX, and belongs to
Harry Lee Boal Club, th, Senate, and the French Club,
ides being instructor in Economics, Commerce, and Politics
>m tins jou will see that "Doctor" Herndon is a man ol in
nee the trustees, it is alleged, choosing the new President
ause lie said. "Dr, Smith is a good man.



AMOS Ml HI ROLD, B. A., \ X I',

St\si [. W. Va.

The liny lot who slipped through Mill Cap. Va.. more than
two decadei ago, landed at Greenbrier Presbytenal School and
bounced into Washington and Lee in 1906. lie waded
through the Graham-Lee Society at the expense of being de-
bater in the ninety-ninth anniversary celebration In '908. and
Presidenl and Final Orator in 1909. James J. White Schol-
arship. 1908; assistant in English, 1909; B. A. degree, same
year. fried lea. lung at McGuire's University School, Rich-
mond, and then came hack to be instructor in English, to pre-
side at the joinl sessions ol the Literary Societies, and i" laki
Ins M. A. degiee this session Plans to remain always a
student and teacher, which won't interfere with his entering
the Gospel ministry.





HENRY IvlONC I Rl . Ii S., '!• K •■]',
Stafi "up. Va.

After a sojourn at William and Marj ( ollegc "Monty" came
to Washington and Lee l,„ ., B. S. in Mining, which hi
finally grasped In 1911. This yeai he wants the same thing
in i hemistry. I le spends Ins afternoons in making clasi team
in football, baseball, and basket ball, oi in living foi the I larrj
Lee Crew. He belongs to the Chemical Society, the I nivei

sity Senate, officer -I the I larrj I ee B ( lul . and Chemical

Society. Executive < 01 ■man for the Scnioi Engineers

,n 1911-12. "Monty" is no« assistant in Chemistry, and ex
pe, is i„ staj w ith th. subjei t.



no



fo

M. C. A. He

rewarded him
of the Joint Ses
collegiate Debat
arship in 1910.
Germs
Unive



WILLIAM WARREN NEWSUM. B. A.,
Memphis, Tenn.

n," as they used to call him, was born in Tuscumhia,
nd his twentieth birthday found him a fresh — fresh —
n at W. and L. in 1908. On matriculating he engaged
ir seals at the Presbyterian Sunday-school and the Y.



ith



.ned the Graham-Lee Society,
'ious offices, including Vice-Pr



which

sident

esenlalive on the Inter-

f/on the History Schol-

d is now instructor in

Warren doesn't care for girls, but attends every

sity dance as a matter of duty and drops down to



i and position a
Council, 1912. He
Mapleson in !9I1,



Randolph-Macon occasionally for luck.





WILLIAM THURMOND RIVIERE, B. A., * B K.
Athens, Ga.

The greatest living authority on the life and campaigns of
Napoleon. Ask him anything you want to know. See him in
the Biology Lab., where he is an assistant. We are shocked
to learn that Billy was Vice-Leader of the Ministerial Band in
'09-'10 and lO-'ll. Imagine this innocent-looking boy lead-
ing a band of ministers into vice! It is preposterous. Billy
was born at Detroit, Mich.. December 21, 1893, and migrated
at an early age to sunny Mobile, where he attended Mobile
Military Institute as soon as he was old enough to walk — he
has always known how to talk. He came to W. and L. in
08. and last year plucked a B. A. and Phi Beta Kappa
honors. He has held all minor offices in the Washington Lit-
erary Society, has been Vice-President of the Joint Societies,
and is a member of the Y M. C A. Cabinet. He will enter
the ministry.



acrostic

Verse: To tunc of verse in "Where Shannon Rive, Fl .,
< . Like "In the Evening bji the Moonlight"

Where \ irginia's flowers are fairest,
And golden sunsets rarest.
Silver banners waving proudly.
Hail Washington and Lee!
It's our grand old Alma Mater,
No heart has e'er forgot her ;
Guard the White and Blue forever.
Though we bid farewell to Thee:
Oh, the White and Blue forever.
Now. Rah! Rah! Rah!

( l [i h;i s

As we linger in the twilight, you can hear those banjos ringing,

'Neath the trees upon the campus of the White and Blue they're singing.

Dear old White and Blue, we greet her.

Let the music be the sweeter,

Ere we leave.

Ere we leave, our Alma Mater.

Under southern skies the brightest,
No hearts but those the lightest,
I am going back to Dixie,
Virginia, W. and L.
Ere the golden light is breaking,
Recall a joyful waking.
Should you find yourself in Dixie,
In the scenes you love so well:
Take I he Old \ irgima Creeper,
Yes, Rah! Rah! Rah'



1 1. W. G.



stutirnt Eotn> Organisation

Officers

JOHN PEYTON HOBSON President.

HERBER1 EVERETT HANNIS Vice-President.

Wll I I \\1 McELWEE MILLER Secretary.

Crccutiuc Committer

J. P. Hobson J. W. Heath

II I I Iannis I Iknri Moncure

W. M. Miller R F. Malcolm

F. W. M< Wani G. C. Jackson

I '. S. White C. E. Burks

T. W. Fred R. \V. Pipes



f f I %

t I f % 1 I



EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE



Heath


Pipes


Fred


Malcolm


White Moncure


Miller


Burks


Hobson


Hannis


McWane Jackson




Officers

I IRS1 II KM

C. P. HEAVENER Presidi m

W. G. WOOD Vice-President

B. R. LEMON Secrli mo I ki vsuri r

|. O. DAY Critic

II B. BARTON Reporter

F. P. MILLER Censor



SECOND TERM

J SOMLRYILLE. Jr President

H. M. WOODWARD Vice-President

I I ' Mill i K >H HI I Mtl I 111 \Sl III H.

C. P. HEAVENER Critic

W. G. WOOD Reporter

C. P. RF.YNOLDS Censor



third term

R. M. DlSHA?0 President

DAN HOLLIS Vice-President

C. P. HEAVENER. .. .Secretary-Treasurer

W J WILCOX Critic

J W. PULLEY Reporter

J C. FISHER Censop



R. L. Anderson, Jr.

H. B. Barton

R. R. Bi Aki

H. W. Campbell

R. G. Crai i

II. I.. Crowgey

I". S. l)l I \I'I \]NI

E. C. Dickerson
M. R. Dodd
II. B. Goodlof.

C. P. I ll AVI M R

I J. Ill A/I I
A I- i ll Roll)



Cttrmbrrs



K i I loon
Fred Keller
B R. Lemon
II. E. Meek
W. M. Miller
W. \Y. Nr.w-.LM
C. P. Ri i MH ds
G. D. Shore. Jr.
J. Somervii i i. Jr.
I I Wai i AND
\\ J Wilcox
I I M. Woodward



1 1. B. Ai'ri iciin
N. D. Bi.gi.in

J. A. BURKF.

E. M. Craig
C. C. Cr "mm
I M Dams
J l) Dm
R. M. DeShazo
G. W Difhi

I ( FlSHI H

J. S. Hansei

I \\ Hi mii



J. C. Henri

Dan Hoi.lis
M. M. Keeton
Ira Lemmon
R. M. M. Gi in i
F. P. Miller
K. S. Moore
J. W. I'm ii
ILL. Savii ii

I \\ SOMI RS

W. I.. Ward

K. C. W

W. G. Wood




Annual Crlrfcration

January Nineteenth, Nineteen-Twelve

Officers

R. M. DeSHAZO President

K. C. WHITTLE Vice-President

W. W. NEWSUM Secretary

J. W. HEATH Chief Marshal

£>mtors

J. O. DAY, Mississippi "From Poverly lo Power, and Why."

W. J. WILCOX, Pennsylvania "The American City."

Debate

Resoheil, Thai the People should have ihe Right of Recall over the Judiciary.
Affirmative— W. M. MlLLER, Virginia; E. S. DelaPLAINE, Maryland
Negative — H. M. Woodward, Virginia; H. B. Goodloe, Virginia

efteOti lists

Wilcox and Delaplaine
97





W^mRlEP'




Officers

FIRST TERM SECOND TERM

P D.CONVERSE. ...Premium J. A BOWMAN

J R. KIRBY. .. Vice-President C. C. HENSHAW

C. C. GRAY Secret in BROOkS MELL



CWciubrrs



W. M. Abramovitz
II. M Banks
F. L. Bi.i <wn ii

C. C. BOYER

J. C. BfBB
I I. V. Carson
F. G. Copp
H. F. Day
C D. Davidson
S. R. Gammon, Jr.
T. M. Glasgow
C. Ghiselin
I . II. Hari
A. II Hopkins
W. I . Hopkins
R S. Hansei
L. V. Judson

( II. I H ill ill i;



E. S. Mi rum i
M Masinti k
J A MacDonald
S. McCartenev

B. P. Pettus
J. L. Powell
W. T. Riviere

M B. RlDENOL'R

H. L. Robinson

( I S M.l R

R. C. Shaw

C. Smith

R. SlINMiN

W. T. Thom, Jr.

A. Wll I IAMSON

\\ A Yancey
W. G. \\ i hi ii
1 J White, Jr.




Centennial Celebration

Officers

ABRAM HANCOCK HOPKI NS President

ROBERT HUNDLEY Vice-President

BROOKS MELL Secretary

WALTER ORION SHEPPARD Chief Marshal

HARRY SCOTT COFFEY, Virginia First Orator

Subject: "Alexander Hamilton Stephens"

WALTER LEE HOPKINS. Virginia Second Orator

Subject: "Environment"

Medalist Hopkins

DcOtirc

Question: Resolved, That Labor Unions of to-day are detrimental to the best interests of the
country.

affirmative

CECIL C. GRAY Texas

WILLIAM H. ABRAMOV1TZ Florida

NEGATIVE

CARL C. BOYER Vircinia

CLAUDE SMITH Oklahoma

Medalist Abramovitz

90




Jntrrrollrgiatr
Debates

WITH

Georce Washington Univer im
April 20. 1912




4>> - JSS -



SUBJECT: "Resolved, 1 hal a nene-.al g.adualed income lax should be made a permanent and
nlial | an ol oui fedeial fiscal syslem."



washington and lee debaters

In Washington In Lexington

(Negative) (Affirmative)

Paul Dulaney Converse Edward Schley Delaplaine

Chester Paul Heavener Arlos Jackson Harbert

Randolph Codman Shaw John Goodwin Herndon, Jr.



Btirfes iLato Debating Society

Organized October 23, 1911. by the members of the Junior Law Class, for the purpose of promotn
aublic speaking as is requisite in the legal profession.

Officers

FIRST TERM

H. B. GOODLOE President

C. M. PECK Vice-President

F. L. BONZER Secretary-Treasurer

R. G. CRAFT Critic

J. W. PULLEY.... Ring-Tum Phi Reporter



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1 1. M. WOODWARD President

H. B. APPERSON Vice-President

J. L. POWELL Secretary-Treasurer

G. V. YONCE Critic

H. H. YOCUM. . . Ring-Tum Phi Reporter



third term

C. M PECK President

R. G. CRAFT Vice-President

J. W. PULLEY Secretary-Treasurer

F. L. BONZER Critic

T. L. KEISTER... .Rinc-Tum Phi Reporter





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H. B. Apperson








Wm. LaFon


T. R. Bandy








E. S. Merrill


F. L. Bonzer








C. S. McInturff


C. C. Crockett








C. M. Peck


W. C. Colbourn








J. L. Powell


C. W. Crush








J. W. Pulley


R. G. Craft








H. E. Recknagel


W. G. Edwards








H. L. Robinson


H. B. Goodloe








W. O. Trenor


C E. Hunter








C. H. Tompkins


R. S. Hansel








T. F. Walker


J. C. Hudson








K. M. Weeks


T. L. Keister








H. M. Woodward


H. F. Kelly








C. H, Williams


T. G. Leap








G. V. Yonce




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