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1 i Dale, DeFoore, Furr, Gore, Horne, Mayhall. Sherrod. COLLEGES UNO UNIVERSITIES MIRIAM HOLLIS. Even though absence from school during the first two terms this year prevented Miriam ' s filling her office as President of the B. S. U. t her courageous spirit and her optomistic outlook have in- spired M. C. students all the year. ANNELLE HORNE. Assuming responsibility as President of the Y. W. A., Annelle displays, as well as in other capacities, her talent for quietly, efficiently getting the job well done. BENNY LOYD. His congeniality combined with dignity and his skill in the act of teaching freshmen how to differentiate between nouns and adjectives, makes Mr. Loyd one of the most popular members of the M. C. faculty. AGNES MATTHEWS. Students at M. C. regretted that Agnes ' senior year was interrupted and missed her ser- vice as Devotional Vice-President of the B. S. U. OLLIE MAE MAYHALL. Serving as Church Secretary and excelling as a student, Ollie Mae cheerfully contrib- uted much to the lives of all Choctaws who know her. LAMAR PURYEAR. As an outstanding athlete, a friend- ly personality, and a very good student, Lamar proved to be the sort of Choctaw all M. C. students are proud of. GLENN SHERROD. By leading the Ministerial Asso- ciation through its greatest year, Glenn rendered a ser- vice that truly showed his ability as student and leader. 101
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For the past thirteen years the publi- cation, " Who ' s Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities " has presented annually an extensive listing of America ' s outstanding college men and women. In addition to being one of the highest honors attainable by a college student, this publication serves as a ref- erence manual which is referred to regu- larly by personnel managers seeking in- formation on outstanding students. A secret student-faculty committee selects the outstanding students on the M. C. Campus to be honored by inclusion in this nation-wide publication. Fourteen students were selected to represent M. C. in the 1947 edition of " Who ' s Who. " Angell, Case, Cochran. WHO’S WHO IN AMERICAN LELAND ANGELL. Even though Leland was at M. C. only one year, he proved to be an outstanding student leader in the religious activities on the campus, parti- cularly in the Young Peoples ' department of the Training Union. CARL CASE. A transfer from Clarke, Carl has distin- guished himself as a student pastor and has served during the past year as chorister for the Ministerial Association. SAM COCHRAN. Sam ' s election as " Most Versatile " speaks for itself; however, it should be added that Sam has splendidly led the B. S. U. in one of its most success- ful years. DAVID DALE. Besides being one of the outstanding M. C. orators, David put the college magazine, The Arrow- head, back into circulation after several years ' sus- pension. JOHN DEFOORE. John ' s many accomplishments at M. C. were collectively titled when he was named " Most Promising Senior " of the Class of ’47. JEAN FURR. In addition to her other achievements; Jean ' s vivaciousness and outstanding ability have gained for her the position of " Miss M. C. " ALBERT GORE. By helping bring home the victories in the football games this year, Albert won a place in the hearts of M. C. Choctaws, and he further proved his versatility by serving well as president of the largest student body in the history of M. C. 100
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