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FOR THE RECORD . . . A group of " Southern Gentlemen " dreamed this up over a pot or two of " Southern Zombies " in 1865—comes each Founder ' s Day, the Brothers wear suits, red roses, and drool " Kappa Alpha Rose " . . . Hugh Moore is number I, Hal Dabbs, number II, and John Jones, number III, and Arch Dalrymple, number 5280 . . Bullock is the " Dollar- A-Year " annual man . . . Also was elected to the Hall of Fame . . . Logan Phillips was promoted from Sergeant (Army) to Colonel (ROTC) . , . On clear, cool nights Robert E. Lee and Traveler can be heard trotting around the chapter room. OFFICERS: Hugh Moore, Number I, Bay St. Louis; Hal Dabbs, Jr., Number II, Quitman; John Jones, Number III, Macon. ACTIVES: Billy Adams, Canton; R. M. Allen, Indianola; Sam Alman, Gulfport; Hubert Armst rong, Greenville; Preston Bennett, Meridian; Jack Barrett, Houston; James Bass. Jackson; Tommy Bell, Grenada; Edward Birchett, Yazoo City; Charles Bingham, Gulf- port; Jack Blasingame, Jackson; B. M. Jackson; Kimball Brown, Houston; Bob Buie, Jackson; Walter Bullock, Columbia; Winston Cameron, Meridian; William Campbell, Memphis; W. L. Cook, Pensacola, Fla.; W. R. Cook, Jackson; Harry Corban, Fayette; Alfred Crisler, Jackson; George Craw- ford, Aberdeen; Hal N. Dabbs, Crawford; Arch Dalrymple, Amory; Leon Davis, Greenville; Paul Davis, Knoxville, Tenn.; Grady DeCell, Jackson; Harold Dubisson, Gulfport Fred Dunn, Jackson; Bobby Ehrhardt, Jackson; Ted Ford, Columbia; Denton Gibbes, Laurel; Tom Hairston, Jackson; Dee Hamilton, Brookhaven; Tom Harvey, Gulfport; Earnest Lee Hardin, Macon; Bill Hasson, Meridian; Tom Holder, Houston; Jack Holman, Macon; Edward Humphreys, Indianola; Cecil Inman, Jackson; Wilton Jackson; Ernest Jones, Laurel; John M. Jones, Macon; Sidney Jones, Jackson; Frank Kennedy, Meridian; Joe Knight, Meridian; John Kroeze, Jackson; James Lloyd, Jackson; Thames Lloyd, Jackson; Ed McDowell, Jackson; Charlie McGlohn, Columbus; William McKee, Starkville; Ed McIntyre, Brandon; John McLaurin, Brandon; Pat Jackson; Ernest McMurchy, Duncan; Edwin Magruder, Newton; Sidney Majure, Jackson; Clifton Maxwell, Jackson; Arthur Merrill, Meridian; Hugh Moore, Bay St. Louis; Edmond Montgomory, Yazoo City; Malcolm Montgomory, Yazoo City; Andrew Morson, Greenville; Charles McBeth Murphy, Belzoni; John Brandon; Linton North, Belzoni; Logan Phillips, Jackson; Al Pippen, Columbus; James H. Price, Magnolia; John Ramsey, Helena, Ark.; Hugh Rayner, Meridian; Robert L. Riser, Jackson; Robert Indianola; Tom Scott, Jackson; Farley Salmon, Clarksdale; Henry Stevens, Richton; Douglas Stone, Columbus; James G. Stuart, Meridian; R. E. L. Gulfport; Andrew Sullivan, Macon; Jerry Tibilier, Jackson; Alex Touchstone, Meridian; Bobby Turnage, Prentiss; James Tyson, Starkville; Nat I. Washburn, Meridian; John Webb, Leland; Blake Whittington, Memphis; Tom Wilkinson, Shelby; Ney Williams, Raymond; Nate Williamson, Meridian; Fred Wright, Brookhaven. PLEDGES: George T. Angero, Meridian; Ed W. Atkinson, Pickens; Charles Azar, Greenville; George Bailey, Gulfport; Homer Best, Jackson; Charles Bidgood, Meridian; Gu " Billups, Greenwood; Joe Bishop, Pascagoula; Ed Cates, Jackson; Hal Catchings, Jackson; Fred Carney, Clevela nd; James Coleman, Jackson; John Countiss, Jackson; Robert Crook, Meridian; John F. Dickson, Jackson; Dean Dubois, Gulfport; John R. Farrell, Meridian; Fred Garraway, Jackson; Dan Gentry, Sardis; Johnny Girner, Sardis; Ernest Graves, Laurel; Elmore Greaves, Jackson; Peyton Greaves, Jackson; Lester Griffin, Belzoni; Jack Meridian; Wayne Howard, Brandon; Mays Hunter, Macon; Howard Jones, Laurel; Edward Joyce, St. Augustine, Fla.; Albert Kirst, Jackson; Herbert Kroeze, Jackson; Leslie Lampton, Jack- son; Fred Lotterhos, Jackson; William Lloyd, Jackson; Hugh Luckett, Jr., Jackson; James McDonald, West Point; James McInnis, Meridian; Paul McMullen, Jackson; Ralph Marble, Leland; Rowland Leland; David Miller, Jackson; Robert Miller, Jackson; William Moss, Meridian; Lewis Morrow, Memphis, Tenn.; Daniel Morse, Jackson; George Morse, Gulfport; Stanford Morse, Gulfport; William Nicholson, Greenville; Jerry Otwell, Meridian; Edwin Memphis, Tenn.; Robert Perry, Vicksburg; Frank Purnell, Meridian; James Quinn, Sturgis; John Quinn, Greenwood; Tom Ramsey, Hattiesburg; Kenneth Reynolds, Memphis, Tenn., Tom Ross, Jackson; Charles Rowan, Jackson; Hugh Schnieder, Laurel; John Shamberger, Meridian; Norman Shaw, Jackson; Harvey Stanley, Greenville; James Steele, Schuqualak; Forrest Stephens, Hattiesburg; Bill Stewart, Poplarville; Beeman Strange, Meridian; James Taylor, Jackson; Sterling Tighe, Jackson; Arthur Whatley, Vicksburg; James Webb, Leland; Joe West, Sardis; Hollis Spencer Young, Bruce. KA ROSE She has two dreamy eyes of blue A wealth of golden hair Two ruby lips to kiss you And a smile beyond compare She ' s the sweetest girl in all the world The fairest flower that grows She ' s my sunny southern sweetheart She ' s my Kappa Alpha Rose. Founded December 21, 1865; Ole Miss chapter—Alpha Upsilon 1900; Flowers: Magnolia and red rose; Colors: Crimson and Old gold; Song: ' ' KA Rose. " UPPil 233
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First Row: Billy Adams, Sam Alman, Hubert Armstrong, Ed W. Atkinson, George ihomas Bailey, Jack Clint Barrett, James Bass, Thomas A. Bell, Preston Bennett, Homer Best, Charles Bidgood, Guy Cameron Billups, Charles Bingham, Ed Birchett. Second Row: Joe Kent Bishop, Boyer M. Brady, Kimball Brown, Robert Lowry Buie, Walter Earl Bullock, Winston Cameron, William Campbell, Fred Carney, Charles Clark, William Cook, William Ramsey Cook, Harry Corban, John Richard Countiss, George Crawford. Third Row: Hall W. Dabbs, Jr., Arch Dalrymple, Ill, Paul Davis, Grady Allen DeCell, John F. Dickson, Dean Carlton DuBois, Harold Dubisson, Robert Ehrhardt, John Farrell, Ted Ford, Fred West Garraway, Dan Gentry, Denton Gibbs, Johnny Girner. Fourth Row: Ernest Graves, Elmore Greaves, Peyton Greaves, Lester Griffin, Torn Hairston, Dee Hamilton, Earnest Lee Hardin, Tom Harvey, Bill Hasson, Jack Henry, Tom Holder, Jack Holman, Wayne Lucas Howard, Edward Humphreys. Fifth Row: Mays Hunter, Wilton Johnson, Ernest Fox Jones, Howard Jones, John M. Jones, Sidney Jones, Edward Joyce, Albert S. Kirst Joe Knight, Herbert Kroeze, John Kroeze, Leslie Lampton, William B. Lloyd, William Brown Lloyd. Sixth Row: Fred Lotterhos, Hugh Luckett, Jr., Edwin Magruder, Ralph H. Marble, Roland D. Marble, Clifton Maxwell, Arthur David Miller, Edmund Mongomery, Malcolm Mongomery, Hugh Moore, Lewis Morrow, Daniel Morse, William B. Moss. Seventh Row: Charles McBeth Murphy John Murry, James Edgar McDonald Jr., Ed McDowell, Ed NFIliam McKee, John McLaurin, Paul McMullen, Pat McMullen, Ernest McMurchy, Bill Nicholson, Jerry Otwell, James Parkin, Robert Rimes Perry. Eighth Row: Logan Phillips, Albert Pippen, James Houston Price, James Quinn, John William Quinn, John Alfred Ramsey, Hugh S. Rayner, Thomas Ramsey, Jr., Robert Riser, Charle Rowan, Farley Salmon, Hugh Schneider, Tom Scott. Ninth Row: John H. Shamburger, Norman Shaw, Harvey S. Stanley, Jr., James Steele, Foirest Milner Stevens, Henry Stevens, Bill Douglas Stone, Beeman Strange, James G. Stuart, R. E. L. Andrew Sullivan, James Taylor. Tenth Row: Jerry Tibilier, Sterling Tighe, Bobby Turnage, James Tyson, Nat I. Washburn, James L. Webb, John Webb, John Joseph Arthur Whatley, Lester Williamson, Ney Williams, Fred Wright, Hollis Spencer Young. 232
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First Row: Joseph V. Alsobrook, Donald J. Arceneaux, Thomas M. Barnett, Ralph Bowie, James Robert Branning, William H. Brewer, David I. Bridgers, Lloyd M. Bridgers, Frank Brower, Howard A. Brown. Jack E. Brown, Ray Bryant, Marion E. Bullock. Second Row: Joseph B. Bursi, Lee L. Byers, Robert Caldwell, Cliff S. Campbell, Guy D. Campbell, Roger E. Campbell, Mack Car- michael, Hilmon Ca stle, Danny Covert, Robert Covert, Jack Covert, Robert S. Cooper. Third Row: Jimmy Crabbe, Ancil L. Cox, Billy H. Davis, James L. Davis, William E. Dalton, Sinclair Daniel, Charles W. Dean, Wayne E. Derrington, Don E. Dismukes, Jack B. Donaldson, David W. Dunn, Wayne B. Fancher, Charles H. Fulghum. Fourth Row: William M. Gillespie, Jay Gore, Jr., William A. Green, Bill Gunn, Walter D. Gunn, Edward Hamoric, Henry Harrington, Albert W. Heffner, James Hinmon, Edward Hinmon, William B. Holloman, Hunter H. Kimball. Fifth Row: Joe K. Jacobs, Maurice C. Kemp, Joseph King, Roland C. Kirby, Leroy Kirkpatrick, Clifton A. Lamb, Fletcher D. Lewis, John William Lewis, Ira L. Morgan, Kendrick McCarley, James McCormack, Dan McElroy, Ellis H. McGaun. Sixth Row: Joseph McKell, George S. McLaughlin, Paul Newton, Malcolm Nich ols, Charles N. Payne, Walter J. Phillips, Boyd Pickens, Ben Quintana, Vernon Rawlings, Hugh Ray, Logan Dale Rimes, Guy N. Rogers. Seventh Row: Erwin E. Russell, Rudolph V. Russell, Robert L. Russum, Donald Sanders, Harry J. Sasser, Clarence Ray Scales, David P. Searcy, Milton M. Shackelf ord, John H. Shands, Earle Shannon, James B. Skewes, David Stewart, Charles Smith. Eighth Row: George Stephens, Clayton R. Stewart, A. C. Suhren, Jr., Jimmy Thomas, Hugh H. Thomasson, George T. Tindall, Billy Tittle, Herbert Eugene Trammell, Rogers Varner, Caley B. Waldrip, Robert D. Walker, Parker Walker. Ninth Row: Frank B. Watts, Thomas H. Watts, Calvin B. Wells, Harold H. White, Robert M. Wilkes, Peter K. Willemoes, Charles Williams, Granville H. Williams, Alvin R. Wright, Charles Wright, John A. Wroten, Joe Wroten, Howard Yawn. 234
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