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Copyright, 1932

R. L McKINNEY, Jr.

Editor

C. E. LONG, Jr.

Business Manager



MAY231932



THE CALYX

1932
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Published Annually by the Students of

Washington and Lee University

Volume XXXVIH



FOREWORD



WASHINGTON AND LEE lives on because of
its alumni. From his college career, each has
gone out to make a place for himself in the world,
strengthened by the lessons learned here. Some,
on account of their loyalty and service to the Uni-
versity, have been selected to represent the others
in this book. By this it is not meant to slight the rest,
but rather to recognize them all by these few. To all
the Alumni, this 1932 Calyx is dedicated.




HARRY KILLINGER YOUNG



WHOSE service and loyalty to the University,
both in college and in after life, is now being
climaxed by his service to Washington and Lee as
Alumni Secretary. With one who knows more alumni
than any other person connected with the University,
it is thought that this dedication might be well
begun.




NEWTON DIEHL BAKER



I AWYER, Mayor, Secretary of War, Hague Court
L— Jurist ... all have made him internationally
famous . . . but for his invaluable service as a
Trustee and devoted alumnus, he has been given
a place among our most well-known sons.




JOHN WILLIAM DAVIS



HIS service to his country as Congressman,
Solicitor General, and Ambassador and his
successful career as a lawyer has failed to diminish
his loyalty to his University ... as proven by his
work on the Board of Trustees of Washington and
Lee. His name we include among our celebrated
graduates.



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HENRY WATKINS ANDERSON



W WASHINGTON and Lee in I898 graduated
one of our most famous alumni, whose work
during the war was justly noted by several foreign
countries. His career as a lawyer has been no less
successful and his interest in the University again
looms forth in his activities on the Alumni Com-
mission of Dr. Gaines.



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1932




THE final measure of greatness in the life of a University is not the magnitude
of physical plant, not the impressiveness of statistics, but the power of life
sent out from the campus.

Within the first period of this institution's history it attracted George Wash-
ington, who gave handsomely to its endowment. Within the second period it won
from Lee a dedication of his immense service ; within the later years it has earned
the friendship of hosts of judicious Americans. North and South.

At no time did the plea for the University rest ui)on massive buildings or
gigantic endowment. Eloquence is here in the beauty of environment, in abiding
historical sentiment, in persuasive friendliness. But the compelling argument for
the University is ultimately sounded by the character and the performance of the
men who. shaped I)v its influences, go forth into the world.

Washington and Lee greets with confidence this \oungest group of her sons.
these men for whom The Calyx of 1932 is a record of academic career. They
belong to a great fraternity of distinguished personality They will maintain its
standards, will fulfill their promise of life, so radiant before the eyes of us who
have watched them.



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George Walker St. Clair



Trustees



George Walker St. Clair, 1901
Tazewell. \'irginia
Rev. \\']lliam McClaxahax White.

1915

Raleigh, Xorth Carolina

Harrington Waddell, 1915

Lexington, Virginia

John William Davis. 1921

New York City

Charles J. McDermott, 1922

New York City

James R. Caskie. 1924

Lynchburg, Virginia

Dr. George Bollixg Lee. 1924

Xew York Citv



Rev. Walter Lapsley Carsox. D.D., 1926

Richmond, Virginia

D.D. Newtox D. Baker. 1928

Cleveland, Ohio

William McChesxev Martin, 1928

St. Louis, Missouri

George Campbell Peerv. 1929

Tazewell. Virginia

Louis Spencer Epes, 1929

Richmond, Virginia

Herbert Fitzpatrick

Huntington, W^est Virginia

Paul McNeel Penick,

Secretary and Treasurer

Lexington, Virginia




Back row, left to right: Penick, Dr. Gaines.
Front row: Caskie, Lee, Waddell, White, St. Clair, Epes, Martix.

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Henry Donald Campbell



Administration



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

President



Henry Donald Campbell,
A.M., Ph.D., Sc.D., LL.D.

Dean of the Uniz'ersity



Frank Johnson Gillia.m, A.B., .\.M.
Assistant Dean of the Uniz'ersity



Paul McNeel Pexick. A.B., LL.B.
Treasnrer



Earl Staxsbury ^Lmtingly, A.B.
Registrar




Left to right: Gilliam, ]\L\ttixgly. Pexick
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The School of Law




THE general purpose of this Law School is to
afford men a thorough training in the profession
of law. It endeavors to give them training that
is both sound and thorough on the theoretical side, but
which gives due attention to the practical side as well.
\\'ith such training we believe our graduates are pre-
pared to enter the legal profession well equipped for
all of its activities ; able to understand and judge criti-
cally the underlying theories of the law, to pass judg-
ment upon their fitness and application to the social and
economic conditions of our time, to preside with credit
and efficiency in any office of a judicial character, and
to do with intelligence and discrimination the work
of the advocate.



William H.'Wwood Moreland, LL.B.

Dean of the School of Law

Clayton Epes Williams, LL.B.

Professor of Laiv

Raymon T. Johnson, A.B., J.D.

Professor of Linv

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

Professor of Law

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

Associate Professor of Law




Left to right: McDowell, Moreland, Williams, Light.

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The School of Applied Science



THE School of Engineering in Washington College
was established in 1866 by General Robert E. Lee,
and in 1913 its name was changed to the School of
Applied Science of Washington and Lee University.
The degree offered is Bachelor of Science, which may
be taken in civil engineering, electrical engineering,
chemistry, and in applied science with major work in
biology, chemistry, geology, or physics.

The aim of the school is to furnish thorough training
in those subjects that constitute the foundation on
which a successful career in certain departments of
applied science may be built.





James Lewis Howe, A.B., Ph.D., M.D.
Dean of the School of Applied Sciences

Henry Donald Campbell,

A.M., Ph.D., Sc.D., LL.D.

Professor of Geology

William Dana Hoyt, A.B., M.S.. Ph.D.
Professor of Biology

Robert William Dickey,

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

Professor of Physics and Electrical

Engineering

Lucius Junius Desha, A.B., Ph.D.
Professor of Chemistry



William Thomas Lyle, C.E.
Professor of Civil Engineering

Hale Houston, C.E.

Professor of Civil Engineering

Marcellus Henry Stowe, .^.B., A.M., Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of Geology

Norman Jackson H.\rrar, B.S., M.S., Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of Chemistry

NoRRis Whitney Goldsmith, A.B.

Assistant Professor of Physics

Thomas Cobb Watkins, B.S., M.S.

Instructor in Biology

Donald William Stoner, B.S.

Instructor in Phvsics




Top rots.', left to right: Campbell, Dickey. Desha. Houston. Hoyt.
Bottom rozi.': Stoner, Stowe. Lyle. Watkin."^.

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The School of Commerce




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Hli School of Commerce and Administration was
ortjanized in 1906, and is an outgrowth of an en-
dowment fund created in memory of W^iUiam L.
Wilson. The purposes of the school were expressed in
1869 b\- General Robert E. Lee. when he recommended
the establishment of a school of commerce : "Such a
school ma}-, with great advantage, be added to the
schools of the College, as many students may by its
means prepare themselves for business pursuits while
obtaining such scientific and literary culture in the
(ither schools as time and opportunity may allow."

The degree of Bachelor of Science is offered, with
specialization groups in business administration, bank-
ing and finance, accounting, foreign service, and public administration.
There are fifty-five members of the senior commerce class this session.
The school is a member of the Association of American Schools of Business.



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Glover Duxn Hancock, A.B.. A.M., Ph.D.

Dean of the School of Commerce

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

Professor of Economics and Business

Administration

*RoBERT Granville Campbell,

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

Professor of Political Science

Rupert Nelson Latture, A.B., A.M.

Associate Professor of Political Science and

Sociologv

William Coan, A.B., A.M.

Professor of Accounting and Commerce

*On leave of absence, 193,-3.,. FlETCHER J-^'MES P.ARNES
■i-Died February 15, iq32. lustructor in Pohtii



M. Ogden Phillips, A.B., .\.M.

Assistant Professor of Economics and

Commerce

Paul Parker Cooper, A.B., .'\.M.

Associate Professor of Business

Administration

fEARL Wallace Bibb, B.S.

Assistant Professor of Economics and

Business Administration
Cecil Douglas Smith, B.B.A., M.S.

Assistant Professor of Accounting
John Higgixs Williams, A.B., A.M.
Assistant Professor of Political Science
, n, A.B., A.M.
al Science



Top rozi.'. left to right: Tucker. Williams, Phillips, Cooper, Coan.
Bottom roiv: Campbell, Hancock, Bibb. Barnes, Latture.



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The College



THE College is naturally the oldest division of
\\'ashing;ton and Lee University. Its roots reach
back to the early beginnings of the institution in
the^ighteenth century. Its organization has been
broadened and extended at various times and now em-
braces numerous departments and instructors and more
than half of the student body.

The College provides courses in the arts and sciences
designed to afford a broad cultural education, together
with special training in the field of the student's choice.
The "group system." with reasonable scope for election,
is regarded as the most satisfactor\- and effective means
for the accomplishment of these ends. Under this
system the subjects taught in the College are divided
into four groups embracing foreign languages, English

and ])hilosophv, the social sciences and the natural sciences. The student is re-
quired to complete a limited number of courses in each of these groups, but is
allowed freedom of choice with respect to the rest of the courses necessary for the
attainment of his degree.

The degrees offered are Bachelor of Arts and Master of Arts. Among the
special features provided in the College are a well equipped Dejiartment of Journal-
ism and a carefullv organized Pre-]\Iedical Course.










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Toj^ rozv. left to riijht: Mortox. Beax, Rovstox, , Mapel, Smith, Heldzrmax.

Moore. Irwix
Second rozc: Doubledav, Gili.iam. Graham, Easter, Shaxxox. Moffatt, Fischer,

HlXTO.X.

Third rozc: Shelley, Fletcher, Bauer, Flick. Mathis, Paxtox, Flourxov,

W'ATKIXi.
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The College



Thomas James Farrar, A.B., A.M.. Ph.D.
Professor of Gcnnan

Livingston Waddell Smith.

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

Professor of Mathematics

De la Warr Benjamin Eastek.

A.M.. Ph.D.
Professor of Romance Languages

Edgar Finley Shannon, A.B., A.M., Ph.D.

Professor of English

Forest Fletcher. E.E.

Head of the Department of Physical

Education

John Alexander Graham, A.B., A.M.
Associate Professor of Romance Languages

James Strong Moffatt, Jr..

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

Associate Professor of English

Earle Kerr Paxton. A.B.. A.M.
Associate Professor of Mathematics

William Gleason Bean, A.B., A.M., Ph.D.
Professor of History

E. Parker Twombly, B.P.E.
Assistant Professor of Physical Education

Walter Abraham Flick,

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

Associate Professor of Education and

Psychology

William W. Morton. A.B., B.D.

Professor of Philosophy and Christian

Ethics

George Junkin Irwin. A.B.
Assistant Professor of Romance Languages

Leonard Clinton Helderman,

A.B., A.M., Ph.D.
Associate Professor of History

♦Fitzgerald Flournoy, A.B., .A..M. (Oxon)
Associate Professor of English



A. E. Mathis. B.S.
Assistant Professor of Physical Education

Lawrence E. W'atkin. A.B.. A.M.
Assistant Professor of English

Frank J. Gilliam. A.B., A.M.
Associate Professor of English

Henry Vogel Shelley, A.B., A.M., Ph.D.
Professor of Ancient Languages

Marvin Grant Bauer, A.B., A.M.
Associate Professor of Public Speaking

Boyd Ross Ewing, A.B., A.M.
Assistant Professor of Romance Languages

*WlLLIAM LaTTA MaPEL. B.J.

Professor of Journalism

Arthur Ulric Moore, A.B., A.M.

Assistant Professor of English and Public

Speaking

Ollinger Crenshaw, A.B., A.M.
Assistant Professor of History

Robert Winter Royston, A.B., A.M.
Assistant Professor of Mathematics

Oscar W. Riegel. B.A., A.M.
Assistant Professor of Journalism

Karl Wood Fischer, B.S., A.M.
Assistant Professor of Journalism

George Stuyvesant Jackson, A.B., A.M.
Assistant Professor of English

Laird Young Thompson, A.B., LL.B.
Instructor in French

Allen W. Moger. A.B.
Instructor in History

William Miller Hinton, A.B., A.M.
Instructor in Education and Psychology

Douglas Frederick Doubleday, A.B.
Instructor in Journalism



"On leave of absence, iq3i-32.



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CLASSES




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HENRY ST. GEORGE TUCKER



AS a leader in college, he has been a leader in
the world. As a member of Congress, as a
professor, and as an author, he has gained national
prominence which has been surpassed only by his
loyalty to his Alma Mater.



CALYX



1932



THE SENIORS



LAW




Officers

Martin Parks Burks. Ill • President

Matthew Crockett Hughes. Jr f icc-Prcsidcnt

Stuart Lee Crexshaw Secretary-Treasurer

Henry William MacKenzie, Jr Executive Committeeman

James Dillixg Sparks Historian

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Martin Parks Burks, III

ROANOKE. VlRt;iXIA
r X, ri A X, <!' A ^I>

President Senior Law Class.




Allen Southgate Carr

PORTSMOUTH, VIRGINIA
K A, •^ A +, •■ii" Club

Interfraternitv Council.



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1932



Stuart Lee Crenshaw

RICHMOXD, VIRGINIA
•^ K Z, Cotillion Club, r, "n" Club

Football, i; Boxing, i; Troubadours, i, 2, 3.




Leslie Sharpe Farmer, Jr.

ELM CITY, NORTH CAROLINA
i; •1' E, <i> A A




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Francis Edward Fuller

SOUTHBORO, MASSACHUSETTS
<!> I K




Lyman Christian Harrell, Jr.



EMPORIA, VIRGINIA
K A, * i -J'



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Hugh Breckenridge Heaps

PVLESVILl.E, MARYLAND
A .\ P, <i> A A, White Friars

Freshman Football : Varsity Footl)all : \'arsil}
Boxing: Harry Lee Crew; Captain. 4




Paul Albert Holstein

nUEXA VISTA, VIRGINIA
<]> \ A. A K

ootball. I. 2, ^. 4; President Fresliman Council
5 ; Monogram Chili.




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Hannibal Neal Joyce



FRIES. VIRGINIA
n K 4', >l' A ^




Henry William MacKenzie, Jr.

PORTSMOUTH, \IRG1XIA

K A. i' S K. -I' A ■!•. n A E. '-13" Chib, White Friars. C. C.

Executive Committee. 5: Riiui-tuiii Phi. i, 2. 3:

Sports Editor. 2; Assistant, 3; President. Phi

Delta Phi. 5-



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RossER Lynn Malone, Jr.



ROSWELL, NEW iFEXICO



1 X, S K. A i;. White Fr



•13" Clul), >1> ^ *



Freshman Council, 2 ; Intercollegiate Debate, 3, 4.
5 : Troubadours ; Executive Committee, 4 ; Dance
Control Committee, 4, 5 ; Vice-President Student
Body. 5 ; Debating Council, 5 ; Chairman Cold
Check Committee. 4.




Wayne Harold Mathis

ELM WOOD, ILLIXOIS
n K A. * A A, K 'I^ K

Transfer from University of Illinois; Wrestling

Team, i. 2. 3. 4; Southern Conference

Champion. 4.




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Hugh Graham Morison

JOHNSON CITY, TENNESSEE

'1> r A, O A K, A 1, ri A E, Cotillion Club,
^ T, -l' A *, "i3'" Club, i;

President of Student Body, 6 ; Troubadours, 2, 3 ;
Director Southern Collegians, 3 ; Political Science
Scholarship; Business Manager of the Southern
Collegian, 3; Head Cheer Leader. 4; Debating
Team, 4; Art Editor of Calyx, 3; Vice-President
of Finals, 3 ; President of Publication Board, 5 ;
President of Omicron Delta Kappa, 5.




Lloyd Hemingway Richmond

FLINT, MICHIGAN
A X P

larry Lee Crew, i, 3; Captain, 4; Interfraternity
Council.



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1932



Gilbert Victor Rosenberg



KOAXOKE. VIRGINIA
•I' E 11




James Surget Shields

FORREST CITY, ARKANSAS
A X A, <I> A A




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James Dilling Sparks

MONROE, LOUISIANA
II K A, A K, <^ A *. II Ji K, Cotillion Club

Troubadours. 2; Property Manager, 3; Business

Manager, 4; Circulation Manager of Calyx, 3,

4: President of Fancy Dress, 5.




George Algernon Speer, Jr.

SANFORD, FLORIDA
n K A, A K, n A X, '-13" Club, * A 4-

Track, i, 2, 3. 4. 5: Southern Conference Indoor
Champion of 60 Yards High Hurdles, 3; Southern
Conference Indoor Champion of 70 Yards High
Hurdles. 4; Captain of Track. 4: Executive Com-
mittee. 3,



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Frederick Gilbert Swink

NORFOLK. VIRGINIA

A. B. Degree Washington and Lee University :
Swimming Team, i, 2, 3. 4; Harry Lee Crew, i,
2, 3, 4; Vice-President of Junior Law Class, 5;
Secretary and Treasurer of The Executive Com-
mittee, 6.




Charles Adolphus Wood, Jr.

CHARLESTON. WEST VIRGINIA
<t> K 1. <1> A A

A. B. Desree West X'irojnia Universitv.




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Members of the 1932 Law Class who have been
Admitted to the Virginia Bar Association



jMartix Park Burks, III
Allex Southgate Carr
Francis Edward Fuller
Lymax Christiax Harrell. Jr.
Jack Moxtague Matthews
Hugh Graham Morisox
Gilbert Victor Rosexberg
Kexxeth Earle Spexcer
Frederick Gilbert Swixk




TUCKER HALL



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THE SENIORS



ACADEMIC




Officers

John Willis Ball President

John Joseph Broderick, Jr Viee-President

Jack Srulowitz Secretary-Treasurer

Charles Baxcroft Taylor Exeeuti-jc Coiiiinitteeinaii

Everett Nelson Cross Historian

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Morris William Adelson

COVINGTON, VIRGINIA
^^ B K, A 1

Subscription Manager Calyx, 2, 3; Business Staff,
3. 4; Editorial Staff of Riug-tiiin Phi, 3, 4.




Claxton Edmonds Allen, Jr.



ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI
A T i, Z 7, -^i. A X



Kiuij-iuui Phi, i. 2, 3: Managing Editor, 3;

Snitfhcni Collegian, 4: President Sigma Upsilon,

4; \'ice-President Sigma Delta Chi, 4.



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John Willis Ball

JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
* r A, + B K. II -i E. i; T, T K I

Calyx, 2 ; Managing Editor, 3 ; Associate Editor,

4; President Senior Academic Class; Treasurer

Interfraternity Council, 4; James McDowell

Scholarship, 4; President Pi Delta Epsilon, 4.




Charles Hibbitt Blake

LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY
A X A

Troubadours, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club, 3, 4; Soutlwr
Collegian. 3, 4; Episcopal Club, 4.




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John Joseph Broderick

VUXKEKS. Xi:\\' YORK
A X P, .4' B K

Track, i. 2. 3. 4.




Harry Joseph Burke

NEW HAVF.X. COXXECTICUT
1 X, A 1

Captain Baskethall, i : Basel)all. i : \"ai"sity basket-
ball, 2. 3, 4 : A'arsity P.aseljall, 2. 3. 4: Mniiogram
Clul): Iiiterfrateniity Sclmlarship. 4.



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William Clyde Capel, Jr.

CAXDOR. XORTH CAROLINA
II K •!■

Trouhaddurs, 3, 4.




William Edward Cathey

NORFOLK, VIRGINIA




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Robert Brownell Champlin

XEWARK, iNEW JERSEY

Cross Country Team, i, 2; Baseball, i, 2; Graham-
Lee Literary Society.




James Wilford Clopton

HELENA, ARKANSAS

i T _i. c. c, n A N. n A E, :; T

Glee Club, i, 2, 3, 4; Riiig-tuiii Phi, i, 2, 3;

Southern Collegian, 2, 3: Editor, 4; Southern

Collegians, 3, 4; Interfraternity Council, 3, 4.



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1932



William Patrick Coleman



COLLIERSTOWN, VIRGINIA




Everett Nelson Cross



WASHINGTON, D. C.



Baseball, i, 2, 3; Football, i, 2; Basketball, i, 2,
3 ; Monogram Club ; Historian Senior Academic
Class: Intramural Fo()thall Cbampidn, 2: Rimj-
tuin Phi Columnist; Uance Control Committee.




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Frank Harrison Cunningham



CHICAGO, ILLIXOIS



A T. i; A X. n _i E



Tniuliadour Business Staff, 2; Ring-turn Phi Edi-
torial Associate, 3: Xight Editor. 4: Calyx Busi-
ness Start. 3. 4: ,\ssistant Manager Band, 3;
Manager. 4: Graham-Lee Literary Society, 3, 4;
Treasurer Sigma Delta Chi. 3 ; Delegate to Con-
vention, 4.




Alfred Newton Edgar

l^rARLIXTOX, WEST \'IRGI\IA
A T Q

"ransfer from \'irginia Polvtechnic Institute



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1932



Frank Fearn Ellis, Jr.

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA

'I' B K, A r, X r e, '[- K I




Edward Egner Ferguson

WASHINGTON, D. C.
A X P, n A N

Senior Manager Tennis, 4 ; Harry Lee Crew, 2, 3 ;
Assistant Editor of Soutlicni Ccllcgiaii. 3: South-
ern Collegians. 2, 3, 4: Troubadours, 3, 4; Assist-
ant Author of "Well Yes": Finalist in Intramural
Boxing.




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Eli Finkelstein

JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
Z B T, A K

Track Team, i. 2, 3: Southern Conference Indoor
Low Hurdles Champion and Record Holder; Sec-
retary and Treasurer of Athletic Council ; Inter-
fraternity Council; Intramural Board; V. C. Com-
mittee. 2.




James Voorhees Freeman

JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
ATI), White Friars



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1932



Francis Carlisle Gilkerson



FAIRFIELD. VIRGINIA



German Departmental Scholarship, i : University
Band. i. 2, 3.




Robert Campbell Gilmore

SAXFORD, XORTH CAROLINA

Freshman Football, X'arsit}- Cross Country, 2. 3 ;
\'arsity Track. 2. 3, 4 : \'arsity Boxing. 4.




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Jack Goadby Hamilton

CIN'CIXXATI. OHIO

Business Staff Riiig-tum Phi, 2, 3.




John Clinton Harris

PRATTVILLE, ALABAMA

Swimming, i, 2, 3, 4 ; Glee Club, 2; Band, i, 2, 3,

4: Commerce Club; Accounting Scholarship, 4;

Honor Roll, 3.



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1932



Gilbert Ward Hewson

NEWARK, XEW JERSEY'
<!• K A', T K 1

Football, I, 2, 3: Boxing, i, 2, 3 ; Monogram Chili:
Freshman Council, 2.




Robert Keene Hoadley

BLOOM INGTOX, INDIANA

Ben

Troubadours, 2, 3, 4 ; Glee Club. 2. 3. 4.




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Richard Thomas Hopper

TREXTOX. XEW JERSEY
Z A X

Track, i ; Trouljadours, 3. 4: Southern
Collegian. 4.




William Dana Hoyt, Jr.

LEXIXGTON, VIRGINIA
>!• B K, A 2, T K I

(Iraham Lee Literary Society: Secretary, 2; Presi-

flent, 3; Secretary Alpha Sigma, 2; Secretary

Tail Kappa Iota, 3: ^'ice-President, 4; Episcopal

Club, 3, 4: I'ranklin Society Schiilarsliip. 3.



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Lloyd Christian Iredell

ALLEXTOWX, PEN' NSYLVANIA
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Southern Collegian. 3; Kuni-tuni Phi, 4; Transfer
Albright College.




Erby Allyne Johnston

RALEIGH. NORTH CAROLINA
A X A

Riiig-tiiin Phi: Sigma Delta Chi.




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Mel\in Horton Kempton

YOXKEKS, NEW YORK

l-"reshman Track and Cross Country ; \'arsity
Track and Cross Country ; Secretary and Trea-
surer Sophomore Class ; Vice-President Junior
Class; Assistant Leader of Jun.ior Prom, 3.




Clarence Pendleton Lee

PIXE BLUFF, ARKANSAS
1 T, A :i

KiiKl-liini Phi; Southern Collegian; Editor of
Handbook; Hubbard Scholarship.



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James Erroll Leslie

CHARLES TOWN, WEST VIRGINIA




Frank Bell Lewis

MAXWELTON, WEST VIRGINIA
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