University of Mississippi - Ole Miss Yearbook (Oxford, MS)
- Class of 1903
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In token of the love we bear
them, and the debt of gratitude we owe
them for their uplifting influence,
this volume is dedicated
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QUIPS AND QUIRKS
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E HAVE heard for years and years that experience is a
dear, but excellent teacher, and yet in the face of this fact
we find that it takes something more rigid than experience to teach
The Editorial Board of OLE Miss last year experienced great
difficulty in getting the Annual together and in collecting from the
Student-Body the material needed. It was even worse this year.
and if our efforts are not appreciated we are not to be blamed. If
the OLE Miss of 1903 does not come up to the standard that has
been set, the blame rests upon the shoulders of those who have
not attempted, in the least, to make it what is desired.
The Student-Body is expected to mold according to its own
fashion the work that it gives to the worldg if the OLE Miss of 1903
is distorted in figure, and uncouth to look upon, be it known, that its
deformity comes from the Student-Body that it represents.
CHANCELLOR R. B. FULTON
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l read a tale of the long ago,
Of the knightly days of old,
The days of manly chivalry,
Of warriors true and bold:
VVhen hearts were strong as the willing
That gave its rousing ring,
Drawn to champion virtue or strike
For honor or the king.
Ofttimes I 'ni filled with discontent
By modern society,
And muse with secret yearning on
The days of chivalry.
A-las ! must we no longer tight
For honor or fair fame?
ls all danger to them dead?
Or are we dead to shame ?
No! perish not, our Chivalry:
Unsheathed he thy sword
XVhene'er we hear fair womanhood
Assailed by deed or word.
And thou, my soul, he not o'erCome
Iiy greed of power or pelf :
Defend thy honor with thy might
Against thy baser self.
Instructors and Other Officers.
ROBERT BURVVELL FULTON, M.A., LL.D.,
Chanrellor of Me Unz"vers1'Iy.
ROBERT BURWELL FULTON, M.A., LL.D.,
Professor of A stronomy.
RICHARD WATSON JONES, -M.A., LL.D.,
Propzfsor of C'heo11'sIry, Genera! a1zdAnab1fz2'al.
ALFRED HUME, C.E., D.SC., '
Profkssor of .llafhemafirs
RICHARD MARION LEAVELL. M.A., LL.D..
of.lle11!al amz' .lloral Philosophy, ofLog1k, ana' of Polz'f1'eal E cofzomy
CHILES CLIFTON FERRELL, M.A., PRD.,
l,I'!m'.S'.Y1ll' ry' .lfoderu Languages.
G. D. SHANDS, LL.D.,
Professor of Low. 1717711 of Me Deyborfmezzl of Law.
ALEXANDER LEE BONDURANT, A.M.,
Professor of Lofin Lllllgllllgt' mm' Liferaiure.
PAUL HILL SAUNDERS, M.A.. PI-LD.,
Professor of Greek Lllll-gfllllrgfc' and Lileralure.
DABNEY I.1PsCoMIs', A.M.,
Professor 1y'Eugl1sh arm' ll,hL'f0l'I.l'. and of Belles-Lelfres.
JOHN GREEK DEUPREE, M.A., LL.D.,
Professor ry' Pedagogy.
FRANKLIN L. RILEY, PI-LD.,
THOMAS H. SOMERVILLE, LL.D.,
Professor of Law.
JOHN XVESLEY JOHNSON, SLA., P
P1-ojim-m' of 1'hyx11:.r.
YVALLER S. LEATHERS, NLD.
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EUGENE CA NIPBELL, M. A.,
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MISS SAR.-KH MCGEHEE ISOM
lll.Yfl'1lCf0l' I-ll E!m:11l1'au amz' Unitary.
XVALTER HUGH DRANE, BLA.,
P1'oj?s.ror of E llg'l'llL'L'1'I'llg' Depa rluzwrf.
Y. OTIS ROBERTSON, B.S.,
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PROF. E. CAMPBELL,
Secrelary oflhe Farulfy.
HON. H. M. QUINN,
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MRS. L. M. HUNT,
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MISS ANNIE BERRY
.S'efrefary fo fha Chazzfellor.
Board of Trvslccs.
His EXl.'liI.l.liNL'X' GOV. A. H. LONO1NO .......... . EN Officio President
jfirst Congressional District.
J. A. ORR, A. M., LL. D. M898-19045 ......... . . Columbus, Mississippi
'Cbirb Congressional District.
LEROY PERU' 1190:-19089 ............. . .Greenville, Mississippi
jfourtb Congressional District.
A. T. ROANIQ iigoo-19005 .,............ . . Grenada, Mississippi
fifth Congressional District.
XY. BASRIN M599-19045 .............. . . Meridian, Mississippi
Sirtb Congressional District.
J. H. JONES QIQOO-lQO6j ............... . . Woodville, Mississippi
Evevcntb Congressional District.
R. H. THOm1l'sON, LL. D. C1900-19067 ....... . . jackson, Mississippi
State at large.
F. C. HOI,xliis 11905-xgogy . ........ . . Hernando, Mississippi
M. M. EVANS flQO2-IQOSD .... . . Mt. Olive, Mississippi
-I. NV. T. FALKNHR fxgoz-19085 . . . . . . Oxford, Mississippi
LOL'Is M. SUL'THWOltTH UQOO-IQOIJJ . . . . . Carrollton, Mississippi
A. H. VVHITI-'IliI.D, LL. D. M898-19045 . . . . jackson, Mississippi
HARRY T. HOWARD 11902-19065 .... ..... B iloxi, Mississippi
XV. A. B1-:LK C1898-11,043 ..... . . Holly Springs, Mississippi
j. T. Si-:N1'iaR C1902-19083 . . . . . Columbus, Mississippi
W. IS. YVALKIER C1902-19055 ........... . . Aberdeen, Mississippi
The State Superintendent of Education.
H. L. NVHl'l'l-'ll-1l.lJ ...................... jackson, Mississippi
J- A- URR, A. Nl., LL. D. .............. . . Columbus, Mississippi
R. ll. 'I'llOxxl'sON, LL. IJ. . . ' . jackson, Mississippi
J. W. T. F.u,RNisR . . . ..... Oxford, Mississippi
NV. A. BELK ..... . . Holly Springs, Mississippi
W. 15. WALKl'2lt . . ....... . . . Aberdeen, Mississippi
THAI? I.Am'RiN . .
W. D. PORTER. . . . . Local Treasurer and Secretary
A MA BELLE.
Vos yeux brillent-bijoux!
lls sont toujours bourreaux!
Dame me laisse.
Vos mains je baise-
I.,es baisers sont mes sceaux!
je vous vois toute semaine-
Ah! vous montrez votre haine!
Vous me tuez-
Avec moi jouez-
Mais vous restez ma reine.
le 30 mars, 1900.
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Hon. Hillrie M. Quin, Superintendent of Finances. University of Mississippi.
Mr. Quin has served faithfully as a Trustee of the L'niversity for several years and he is recognized as one uf
Mississippfs most loyal Alumni. As the Superintendent of Finances of the L'niversity he has shown marked
abilityg as a. man he has proven himself all that Southern manhood can claim. The University is fortunate
in securing his services.
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COLORS: Crimson, Blue, and Gold. FLOWER: Pansy.
PUBLICATION: "The Delta Kappa Epsilon Quarterly."
iKnll nf Artihr Glhaptrra.
Phi, Yale University, 1844
Theta, Bowdoin College, 1844
Xi, Colby University, 1845
Sigma, Amherst University, 1846
Gamma, Vanderbilt University, ISOO
Psi, University of Alabama, 1847
Upsilon, Brown University, ISSO
Chi, University of Mississippi, 1850
Beta, University of North Carolina,
lita, University of Virginia, 185:
Kappa, Miami University, 185:
Beta Phi, University of Rochester, 18513
Phi Cl1i, Rutgers College, 1861
Psi Phi, De Pauw University. 18o6
Gamma Phi, VVesleyan University, 1807
Psi Omega, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute,
Beta Chi, Xiiestern Reserve College, 1808
Delta Chi, Cornell University, 1870
Delta Delta, Chicago University, 1871
Phi Gamma, Syracuse University, 1871
Gamma Beta, Columhia College, 1874
Lambda, Kenyon College, 185:
Pi, Dartmouth College, ISS-'Q
lota, Central University of Kentucky, 1885
Alpha Alpha. Middlebury College, 1854
Omicron, University of Michigan. 1855
Epsilon. 'Williams College. 1855
Rho, Lafayette College, 1855
Tau. Hamilton College, 1850
Mu, Colgate University, 1856
Nu. College of the City of New York, 1856
Theta Zeta, University of California, 1876
Alpha Chi. Trinity College, 1879
Phi Epsilon, University of Minnesota, 1890
Sigma Tau. Massachusetts Institute of Tech-
Tan Lambda. Tulane University, 1898
Alpha Phi, University of Toronto, 1898
Delta Kappa. University of Pennsylvania,
Tau Alpha, McGill University, 1900
Sigma Rho, Leland Stanford University, 1901
Delta Kappa Epsilon Club of New York City-President, Charles McL. Paine.
Delta Kappa Epsilon Association of New England, Cambridge, Mass.-President, Miles
The Northwestern Association of Delta Kappa Epsilon, Chicago, Ill.-President. S. Rogers.
Delta Kappa Epsilon Association of Detroit, Mich.-President. Fred W. Hodges.
Delta Kappa Epsilon Association of the Pacitic Coast-President, T. B. Bishop, San Fran-
Delta Kappa Epsilon Association of VVashington, D. C.-President, Gen. M. C. Butler.
Delta Kappa Epsilon Association of Rhode Island, Providence, R. l.-President, William
Delta Kappa Epsilon Association of Buffalo, N. Y.--President, Sheldon T. Viele.
Delta Kappa Epsilon Association of Kentucky-President, Thomas U. Dudley.
Delta Kappa Epsilon Association of Cleveland, O.-President, Rev. J. D. VVilliainson.
Delta Kappa Epsilon Club of the Northwest-President, Rev. E. P. Ingersoll, D. D., Minnesota.
Eastern New York Association of Delta Kappa Epsilon. Albany, N. Y.--President, William H.
Delta Kappa Epsilon Club of Rochester, N. Y.-President, Dr. J. XV. NVhitbeck.
Delta Kappa Epsilon Club of Connecticut, Hartford, Conn.-President. Col. jacob L. Greene.
Mississippi Valley Alumni Association of Delta Kappa Epsilon-President, Scott H. Blewett,
St. Louis, Mo.
Chattanooga Southern Association of Delta Kappa Epsilon, Tennessee - President, Elwood XV.
W'estern Michigan Association of Delta Kappa Epsilon, Grand Rapids-President, john
Harvard Association of Delta Kappa Epsilon, Cambridge, Mass.-President, NVhitnian WV.
Delta Kappa Epsilon Association of Central New York, Syracuse-President, Hon. Irving G.
Indiana Delta Kappa Epsilon, Indianapolis-President, Charles F. Coffin.
Mountain Association of Delta Kappa Epsilon, Denver, Colo.-President, Henri R. Foster.
XVestern Massachusetts Delta Kappa Epsilon Alumni Association, Springfield-President,
NValter S. Robinson.
Wisconsin Alumni Association of Delta Kappa Epsilon.
Delta Kappa Epsilon Association of Central Tennessee. Nashville-President, Rev. james R.
Delta Kappa Epsilon Association of Memphis, Tenn.-President, Percy Finlay.
Delta Kappa lipsilon Association of Texas, Austin-President, Hon. R. R. Gaines.
Delta Kappa l-lpsilon Association of the State of XVashington-President, Rev. l". W. Keator,
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Founded at the University of Mississi
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FRATRES IN URBE.
REV. WYNNE DAMID HEDLESTON XYII.I,IAM EVANS STONE
FRATRES IN FACULTATE.
PAUL HILL SAUNDERS, Ph. D. EUGENE CAMPBELL. M.
FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE.
MARVIN HOLLOMAN BROWN, '03 CECIL SHANDS, '04
THOMAS BINFORD XV.-XTKINS, '04
SCIENCE, LITERATURE, AND ARTS.
Class of 1903.
WlI.I.IAM MORGAN GARROTT BENJAMIN :ARCHER TIICKER, J
Class of 1904.
RANK ARCHELAUS CRITZ
JR. EDXYARD CLYDE WRIGHT
Class of 1905.
WILLIAM EDWIN B
LACKMUR LAXVSON WILLIAM INIAGRUDER JR
Class of 1906.
RICHARD CABLE BECKETT, JR. WALTER BARKER CRITZ
HARVEY DODD JAMES THOMAS MORROW
ALVIN CULLUM JOHNSTON
THOMAS NICQUISTON SYKES
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Founded at Washington-Jefferson College, Washington, Pennsylvania, 1852.
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Alpha, XVashington-jetferson College.
Beta, Allegheny College.
Gamma, Bucknell University.
Epsilon, Gettysburg College.
Zeta, Dickinson College.
Eta, Franklin and Marshall College.
Theta, Lafayette College.
Iota, University of Pennsylvania.
Kappa, Swarthmore College.
New Hampshire Alpha, Dartmouth College.
Massachusetts Alpha, Amherst College.
Rhode Island Alpha, Brown University
York Alpha, Cornell University.
York Beta, Syracuse University.
York Gamma, Columbia University.
York Epsilon, Colgate University.
York Zeta, Brooklyn Polytechnic Institute.
Maryland Alpha, johns Hopkins University.
Virginia Alpha, University of Virginia.
Virginia Beta, XVashington and Lee University.
XVest Virginia Alpha, University of lVest Virginia.
Mississippi Alpha, University of Mississippi.
Tennessee Delta, Vanderbilt University.
Ohio Alpha, Ohio lVesleyan University.
Ohio Beta, XVittenberg College.
Ohio Delta, University of Ohio.
Indiana Alpha, De Pauw University.
Indiana Beta, University of Indiana.
Indiana Delta, Perdue University.
Illinois Alpha, Northwestern University.
Illinois Beta, University of Chicago.
Michigan Alpha, University of Michigan.
XVisconsin Alpha, University of XVisconsin.
XVisconsin Gamma, Beloit College.
Minnesota Beta. University of Minnesota.
Iowa Alpha, University of Iowa.
Kansas Alpha, University of Kansas.
Nebraska Alpha, University of Nebraska.
California Beta. Stanford University.
California Gamma, University of California
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FRATER IN URBE.
BENJAMIN HOWARD DURLEY
Class of 1903.
JOHN NABERS STANDIFER, LL. B. .... .
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M. FOSTER, B. A. . . . . . .
' Class of 1904.
JOHN MOSLEY HAIRSTON ..........
Class of 1905.
HENRY S. BARRON. B. A .,... .,...
BENJAMIN F. JOHNSON, JR., B. S. . .
DANIEL OTIS CLARK, B. S .... ....
Class of 1906.
ROBERT ERVIN HAIRSTON, B. S . . . . . .
ROBERT JONES ENOCHS, B. A. . . .
RANDOLPH T STRICKLAND, B. A. . .
IKE L. SCHERCR, B. A.. . . . .
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Sigma Chi Fraternity.
PUBLICATION: A Sigma Chi Quarterly." COLORS: Blue and Old Gold'
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Alpha Chi, Pennsylvania State College.
Epsilon, Columbian University.
Theta, Pennsylvania College.
Kappa, liucknell University.
Omieron, Dickinson College.
Phi, Lafayette College.
Phi Phi, University of Pennsylvxuiia.
Alpha Rho, Lehigh University.
Zeta, W'ashington and l.ee University
Tau, Roanoke College.
Gamma Gamma, Ranclolph4Macon College.
Sigma Sigma, Hampden-Sidney College.
Alpha Tau, University of North Carolina.
Psi, University of Virginia.
Beta, University of XVooster.
Alpha, Miami University.
Gamma, Ohio Vlfesleyan University.
Mu, Denison University.
Zeta Zeta, Center College.
Zeta Psi, University of Cincinnati.
Lambcla Lambda, Kentucky State Co
Mu Mu, University of XYcst Virginia.
Alpha Gamma, Ohio State University.
Theta Theta, University of Michigan.
Lambda, University of Indiana.
Rho, liutler University.
Chi, llanover College.
Delta Delta, Purtlue University.
Xi, De Pauw University.
Omega, Northwestern University.
Kappa Kappa, University of Illinois.
Xi Xi, Missouri State University.
Omicron Omicron, University of Chicago.
Alpha Zeta, Beloit College.
Alpha Iota, Illinois XVesleyan University.
Alpha Lambda, University of XVisconsin.
Alpha Pi, Albion College.
Alpha Sigma, University of Minnesota.
Alpha Epsilon, University of Nebraska.
Alpha Xi, University of Kansas.
Eta, University of Mississippi.
Alpha Mu, University of Texas.
Alpha Omicron, Tulane University.
Alpha Psi, Vanderbilt University.
Alpha Beta, University of California.
Alpha Upsilon, University of South Cali-
Alpha Omega, Leland Stanford, jr., Univer-
Alpha Alpha, Hobart College.
Eta Eta, Dartmouth College.
Nu Nu. Columbia University.
Alpha 'l'het:i, Massachusetts Institute of
Alpha Phi, Cornell University.
New York City Philadelphia, Pa
Chicago, lll. Nashville, Tenn.
Cincinnati, O. Indianapolis, lnd.
New Orleans, La, Milwaukee, VVis.
Boston, Nl ass.
Washington, D. C. Kansas City, Kan.
Eta Chapter of Sigma Chi Fraternity.
FRATRES IN URBE.
CAPTAIN W. A. RO.-XNE DR. A. A. YOUNG
D. M. IQIMBROUGII J. E. HOI.BIES
M B. LEAVELL
FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE.
GU' D. DEAN
Class of 1903.
J. B. CAROTHERS
Class of 1904.
J. N. STURDIVANT
SCIENCE, LITERATURE, AND
C. W. PHILLIPS
T. W. XVHITE
S. J. COLLIER
W. H. ICIARIJY
B. If. XVORSHAM
Class of 1903.
R. C. COWAN
R. B. LACEV
W. O. CRISMAN
J. B. I.EAvELL
E. B. LEONARD
D. I. SULTAN
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Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity.
Founded at the University of Alabama in 1856, by De Votie.
Old Gold and Purple. The Record and Phi Alpha
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Boston I'niversity :Massachusetts Beta Cpsilont. Boston. Blass.
Massachusetts Institute of Technology Olassachusetts Iota Taut. Boston. Blass.
Harvard University tllassachusetts Gammal. Cambridge. Mass.
Worcester Polytechnic Institute ihlassachusetts Deltat. XYorcester. Blass.
Trinity College tConnecticut .-Xlphal. Hartford. Conn.
Cornell University tNew York Alphat, Ithaca, N. Y.
Columbia l'niversity QNew York Mui, New York. N. Y.
St. Stephens College tNew York Sigma Phit. Annandaleon-Hudson, N. Y.
Allegheny College tPennsylvania Omegat. Meadville, Pa.
Dickinson College tPennsylvania Sigma Phij, Carlisle, Pa.
Pennsylvania State College tPennsylvania Alpha Zetai, State College. Pa.
Bucknell University tPennsylvania Zetal. Lewisburg, Pa.
Gettysburg College tPennsylvania Deltat, Gettysburg. Pa.
University of Pennsylvania tPennsylvania Thetal, Philadelphia, Pa.
L'niversity of Virginia tYirginia Omicronj, Charlottesville. Ya.
XVashington and Lee University tYirginia Sigmal. Lexington, Ya.
University of North Carolina tNorth Carolina Xil, Chapel Hill, N. C.
Davidson College tNorth Carolina Thetai, Davidson. N. C.
XVofford College tSouth Carolina Gammal, Spartanburg, S. C.
University of Georgia tGeorgia Betai, Athens, Ga.
Mercer University tGeorgia Psij, Macon. Ga.
Emory College QC-eorgia Epsilonj, Oxford. Ga.
Georgia School of Technology tGeorgia Phil, Atlanta, Ga.
University of Michigan tlilichigan Iota Betaj, Ann Arbor, Mich.
Adrian College tMichigan Alphaj, Adrian, Mich.
Mt. Union College tOhio Sigmay, Alliance, O.
Ohio XVesleyan University tOhio Deltaj, Delaware, Ohio.
University of Cincinnati COhio lipsilonj, Cincinnati, Ohio.
Ohio State University tOhio Thetaj, Columbus, Ohio.
Franklin College tlndiana Alphaj, Franklin, Ind.
Purdue University tlndiana Betaj, LaFayette, Ind.
Northwestern University flllinois Psi Omegai, Evanston, Ill.
University of Illinois tlllinois Betaj, Urbana, Ill.
University of Wisconsin Oliisconsin Alphaj, Madison, XVis.
University of Illinois flllinois Alphaj, Urbana, Ill.
University of Minnesota tllinnesota Alphaj, Minneapolis, Minn.
Central University tKentucky Kappaj, Richmond, Ky.
Bethel College fKentucky Iotai, Russellville, Ky.
Kentucky State College tKentucky Epsiloni, Lexington, Ky.
Southwestern Presbyterian University tTennessee Zetai, Clarksville, Tenn
Cumberland University t'l'ennessee Lambdaj, Lebanon, Tenn.
Vanderbilt University tlennessee Nui, Nashville, Tenn.
University of Tennessee tTennessee Kappai, Knoxville, Tenn.
University of the South tlennessee Omegaj, Sewanee, Tenn.
Southwestern Baptist University t'l'ennessee Etaj, jackson, Tenn.
University of Alabama tAlabama Mui, University, Ala.
Southern University fAlabama lotaj, Greensboro, Ala.
Alabama Polytechnic Institute fAlabama Alpha Muj, Auburn, Ala.
University of Missouri tMissouri Alphaj, Columbia, Mo.
XfVashington University CMissouri lietaj, St. Louis, Mo.
University of Nebraska tNebraska Lambda Pij, Lincoln, Neb.
University of Arkansas fArkansas Alpha Upsilonj, Fayetteville, Ark.
University ot' Kansas tKansas Alphaj, Lawrence, Kan.
University of Colorado tColorado Chij, Boulder, Colo.
Denver University fColorado Zetaj, Denver, Colo.
Leland Stanford, jr., University tCalifornia Alphaj, Palo Alto, Cal.
University of California tCalifornia lictal, llerkeley, Cal.
Colorado School of Mines tColorado Lambdaj.
Louisiana State University tLouisiana lipsilonh, Baton Rouge, La.
Tulane University tLouisiana Tau Epsilonl, New Orleans, La.
University of Mississippi tMississippi Gammal, University, Miss.
University of Texas tTexas Rhoj, Austin, Texas.
University of Chicago. University of Kansas.
University of Wisconsin. Virginia Military Institute.
Colorado School of Mines.
New York City
VVilniington, N. C.
St. Louis, Mo.
Greenville, S. C
Kansas City, Mo.
New Orleans, La.
San Francisco, Cal
Mississippi Gamma of Sigma Alpha Epsilon.
Royal Purple and Old Gold. Phi Alpha Alicazee, Phi Alpha Alicazong
Sigma Alpha, Sigma Alpba, Sigma Alpha Epsilon.
FRATRES IN URBE.
JUDGE B. T. KIINIBROUGH HoN. H. V. SOMERVILLE
DR. J. T. CHANDLER
MURRAY C. FALKNER WILLIAM ARCHIBALD
W. L. MATTHEWS
FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE.
Class of 1903.
C. H. HUDSON, Chalybeate, Miss.
' Class of 1904.
F. O. WYNNE, Memphis, Tenn.
SCIENCE, LITERATURE, AND ARTS.
Class of 1903,
F. W. ELMER, Biloxi, Miss.
Class of 1905.
E. G. HIGHTOWER, Hattiesburg, Miss. R. J. THURINIOND, Oxford, Miss.
R. L. HEIDELBERG, Heidelberg, Miss.
Class of 1906.
J. T. HANEV, Hattiesburg, Miss. N. B. TI-IURMOND, Oxford, Miss.
SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON FRATERNITY.
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2 R J. THURMONO 4 HANEY ELMER
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Dhi Delta Theta Fraternity.
Founded in1848, at Miami University.
FLOWER: White Carnation.
cotonsz Argentand Azure. PuaLicATloNs: HSCl'OIlU3l'1d " Palladium " csee eo
Quebec Alpha, McGill University, Montreal, Canada.
Maine Alpha, Colby University, XVaterville, Me.
New Hampshire Alpha, Dartmouth College, Hanover, N. H.
Vermont Alpha, University of Vermont, Burlington, Vt.
Massachusetts Alpha, XVilliams College, XVilliamstown, Mass.
Massachusetts Beta, Amherst College, Amherst, Mass.
Rhode Island Alpha, Brown University, Providence, R. I.
New York Alpha, Cornell University, Ithaca, N. Y.
New York Beta, Union College, Schenectady, N. Y.
New York Delta, Columbia University, New York, N. Y.
York Epsilon, Syracuse University, Syracuse, N. Y.
Pennsylvania Alpha, Lafayette College, Easton, Pa.
Pennsylvania Beta, Pennsylvania College, Gettysburg, Pa.
Pennsylvania Gamma, VVashington and Jefferson College, Washington Pa
Pennsylvania Delta, Allegheny College, Meadville, Pa.
Pennsylvania Epsilon, Dickinson College, Carlisle, Pa.
Pennsylvania Zeta, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pa.
Pennsylvania Eta, Lehigh University, South Bethlehem, Pa.
Virginia Beta, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Ya.
Virginia Gamma, Randolph-Macon College, Ashland, Va.
Virginia Zeta, VVashington and Lee University, Lexington, Ya.
North Carolina Beta, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, N.
Kentucky Alpha Delta, Central University, Danville, Ky.
Kentucky Epsilon, Kentucky State College, Lexington, Ky.
Tennessee Alpha, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tenn.
Tennessee Beta, University of the South, Sewanee, Tenn.
Georgia Alpha, University of Georgia, Athens, Ga.
Georgia Beta, Emory College, Oxford, Ga.
Georgia Gamma, Mercer University, Macon, Ga.
Georgia Delta, Georgia School of Technology, Atlanta, Ga.
Alabama Alpha, University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, Ala.
Alabama Beta, Alabama Polytechnic Institute, Auburn, Ala.
Ohio Alpha, Miami University, Oxford, Ohio.
Ohio Beta, Ohio Wesleyan University, Delaware, Ohio.
Ohio Gamma, Ohio University, Athens, Ohio.
Ohio Zeta, Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio.
Ohio Eta, Case School of Applied Science, Cleveland, Ohio.
Ohio Theta, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio.
Michigan Alpha, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich.
Indiana Alpha, Indiana University, Bloomington, Ind.
Indiana Beta, Wabash College, Crawfordsville, Ind.
Indiana Gamma, Butler College, Irvington, Ind.
Indiana Delta, Franklin College, Franklin, Ind.
Indiana Epsilon, Hanover College, Hanover, Ind.
Indiana Zeta, De Pauw University, Greencastle, Ind.
Indiana Theta, Purdue University, LaFayette, Ind.
Illinois Alpha, Northwestern University, Evanston, Ill.
Illinois Beta, Chicago University, Chicago, Ill.
Illinois Delta, Knox College, Galesburg, Ill.
Illinois Eta, University of Illinois, Champaign, Ill.
Illinois Zeta, Lombard College, Galesburg, Ill.
Wisconsin Alpha, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis.
Minnesota Alpha, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn.
Iowa Alpha, Iowa Wesleyan University, Mount Pleasant, Iowa.
Iowa Beta, University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa.
Missouri Alpha, University of Missouri, Columbia, Mo.
Missouri Beta, Westminster College, Fulton, Mo.
Missouri Gamma, Washington University, St. Louis, Mo.
Kansas Alpha, University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas.
Nebraska Alpha, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, Neb.
Colorado Alpha, University of Colorado, Boulder, Colo.
Mississippi Alpha, University of Mississippi, University, Miss.
Louisiana Alpha, Tulane University, New Orleans, La.
Texas Beta, University of Texas, Austin, Texas.
Texas Gamma, Southwestern University, Georgetown, Texas.
California Alpha, University of California, Berkeley, Cal.
California Beta, Leland Stanford, jr., University, Menlo Park,
Washington Alpha, University of Washington, Seattle, Wash.
St. Paul, Minn.
Kansas City, Mo.
St. Louis, Mo.
Oklahoma City, O.
Salt Lake City, Utah.
San Francisco, Cal.
Los Angeles, Cal.
New Orleans, La.
Providence, R. l.
New York, N. Y.
Syracuse, N. Y.
Schenectady, N. Y.
Washington, D. C.
Mississippi Alpha oi Dhi Della Theta.
Established in 1877.
FRATRES IN URBE.
C. L. SIVLEY, '89 T. W. YATES, '87 RELBUE PRICE, '94
FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE.
Class of 1903.
ROBERT RIONTGOBIERY BOURDEAYX, JR.
EDWIN ANDREYV SAXYYER
ORYILLE BERNARD DORRIS
LEROY MONEX' ADAMS
LUTHER ALEXANDER XVHITTINGTON
JOHN PERCY BOYD
SCIENCE, LITERATURE, AND ARTS.
Class of 1903.
THOMAS Hl'BIPHREX'S CAMPBELL, JR. XVILLI.-XM ANDREW' HENRY, JR.
Class of 1904.
JOHN MARTIN NIAGRUDER
Class of 1905.
J.uIIf:s ANDREXX' DRANE DICK CAUTHEN MCCOOI.
G.-XRRARD MONTJOY BARRETT XVILLIAM NATHANIEI. ETHRIDGE
Class of 1906.
JOHN BLANKS BOURDEAIIX ORMAN LANIER KIMBROVGH
PHI DELTA THETA FRATERNITY.
BOYD 5 JACOBSON 9 CAMPBELL 13 R. M. SOURDEAUX
ADAMS 6 WHITTINGTON 10 HENRY 14 M'COOL
J. 8. BOURDEAUX 7 DORRIS 11 DRANE 15 BARRETT
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Founded at Bethany College in 1860. Rainbow Founded at University of Mississippi in 1848
S. A. Chapter. Rainbow Consolidated with Delta Tau Delta. 1886. Pi Chapter.
Royal Purple, Old Gold. and White. Pansy.
Grand Division of the South.
Lambda, Vanderbilt University.
Pi, University of Mississippi.
Phi, Xliashington and Lee University.
Beta Epsilon, Emory College.
Beta Theta, University of the South.
Beta Iota, University of Virginia.
Beta Xi, Tulane University.
Grand Division of bhe West..
Omicron, University of Iowa.
Beta Gamma, University of XVisconsin.
Beta Eta, University of Minnesota.
Beta Kappa, University of Colorado.
Beta Pi, N orthwestem University.
Beta Rho, Stanford University.
Beta Tau, University of Nebraska.
Beta Upsilon, University of Illinois.
Beta Omega, University of California.
Gamma Alpha, University of Chicago.
Gamma Beta,Armour Institute of Technology.
Grand Division of the North.
Beta, Ohio University.
Delta. University of Michigan.
Epsilon, Albion College.
Zeta, Adelbert College.
Kappa, Hillsdale College.
Mu, Ohio XVesleyan College.
Chi, Kenyon College.
Beta Alpha, Indiana University.
Beta Beta, De Pauw University.
Beta Zeta, Butler College.
Beta Phi, Ohio State University.
Beta Psi, XYalJash College.
Gamma Delta, University of XVest Virginia.
Alpha, Allegheny College.
Gamma. XVashington and jefferson College.
Rho, Stevens Institute of Technology.
Upsilon, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.
Omega, University of Pennsylvania.
Beta Lambda, Lehigh University.
Beta Nu,3Iassachusetts Institute of Technology
Beta Omicron, Cornell University.
Beta Chi, Brown University.
Gamma Gamma, Dartmouth College.
Gamma Epsilon, Columbia University.
Gamma Zeta, XVesleyan University.
Chicago, New York, Cincinnati, Boston, San Francisco
Philadelphia, Omaha, M ilwaukee, Indianapolis, Atlanta,
Minneapolis, Cleveland, Pittsburg, Evansville.
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Chapter Founded as Rainbow Fraternity, 1848g Consolidated with Delta Tau Delta, 1886.
FRATER IN FACULTATE.
DABNEY LIPSCOMH, M. A.
J. R. TIPTON
T. B. HARDX'
J. A. ROGERS
J. F. DANIEL
P. H. ANDERSON
Class of 1903.
Class of 1904.
H. E. NASH
Class of 1903.
C. F. AMES
Class of 1905.
Class of 1906.
W. L. Woon
GEO. B. MYERS
E. J. EZELL, JR.
W. S. CARTER
O. H. MILI.ER
W. C. Cox
Tau Delta Theta Sorority.
Founded at University of Mississippi, 1896.
Black and Old Gold. Violet.
SORORES IN URBE.
MRS. DABNEY LIPSCOAIR CLARA HELEN BURT
SFZ.-ANNE BERT ALMA XvIRGINIA JONES
Lot' NE.XI. JONES RACHEL XYHITEXVAY
SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE.
M, A. Students,
IXNNIE XVINIFRED PHILLIPS NORlI.A BIAI XVILKINS SARAH
BIARY LI'LA REA
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Chl Omega Sorority.
Chapter Founded as Sigma Tau, 1896. Consolidated with Chi Omega, 1899.
COLORS: FLOWER 5
Cardinal and Straw. Whife Camafion-
Psi. University of Arkansas. Mu, University of California.
Chi, .lassamine College, Lambda, University of Kansas
Upsilon. lielmont College.
Tau, University of Mississippi.
Sigma, Randolph-Macon XYoman's College.
Rlxo, Tulane University.
Pi, University of Tennessee.
Omicron, University of Illinois.
Alpha, Columbian University. Xi, Nortlixvestern U niversity.
Fayetteville Alumnae. Nu, University of XViseonsin.
Kappa, University of Nebraska.
Tav Chapter of Chi Omega.
SORORES IN URBE.
ANNIE CHANDLER EDITH WARDLAW
MARNIE WARDLAW JULIA COMPTON
SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE.
Class of 1904.
SALLIE BURNS LINDA SULTAN
Class of 1905.
Class of 1906.
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Kappa Alpha Fraternity.
Founded at Washington and Lee University, 1865.
PUBLICATION: H Kappa Alpha Journal."
COLORS : FLOWERS:
Old Gold and Crimson. Red Rose and Magnolia
Alpha, 'Washington and Lee University, Lexington, Ya.
Gamma, University of Georgia, Athens, Ga.
Delta, Vllofford College, Spartanburg, C.
Epsilon, Emory College, Oxford, Ga,
Zeta, Randolph-Macon College, Ashland, Ya.
Eta, Richmond College, Richmond, Ya.
Theta, Kentucky State College, Lexington, Ky.
Kappa, Mercer University, Macon, Ga.
Lambda, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Va.
Nu, Polytechnic Institute, A. X M. College, Auburn, Ala.
Xi, Southwestern University, Georgetown, Texas.
Omicron, University of Texas, Austin, Texas.
Pi, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Tenn.
Sigma, Davidson College, Mecklenburg Co., N. C.
Upsilon, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, N. C.
Phi, Southern University, Greensboro, Ala.
Chi, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tenn.
Psi, Tulane University, New Orleans, La.
Omega, Centre College, Danville, Ky.
Alpha Alpha, University of the South, Sewanee, Tenn.
Alpha Beta, University of Alabama, University, Ala.
Alpha Gamma, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, La.
Alpha Delta, William Jewell College, Liberty, Mo.
Alpha Epsilon, S. VV. P. University, Clarksville, Tenn.
Alpha Zeta, William and Mary College, XVilliamsburg, Va.
Alpha Eta, Westminster College, Fulton, Mo.
Alpha Theta, Kentucky University, Lexington, Ky.
Alpha Iota, Centenary College, jackson, La.
Alpha Kappa, Missouri State University, Columbia, Mo.
Alpha Lambda, johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Md.
Alpha Mu, Millsaps College, Jackson, Miss.
Alpha Nu, Columbian University, Washington, D. C.
Alpha Xi, University of California, Berkeley, Cal.
Alpha Omicron, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, Ark.
Alpha Pi, Leland Stanford, jr., University, Stanford University P. O., Cal
Alpha Rho, University of West Virginia, Morganton, W. Va.
Alpha Sigma, Georgia School of Teclmology, Atlanta, Ga.
Alpha Tau, Hampden-Sidney College, Hampden-Sidney, Va.
Alpha Upsilon, University of Mississippi, University, Miss.
Alpha Phi, Trinity College, Durham, N. C.
Alpha Chi, Kentucky Wesleyan University, Winchester, Ky.
Alpha Psi, Florida State College.
Alpha Omega, North Carolina Agricultural and Mechanical College.
Raleigh, N. C.
New York, N. Y.
St. Louis, Mo.
San Francisco, Cal
Kappa Alpha State Association of Missouri.-C. E. Dicken, President, R. S. Branch
Secretary and Treasurer, G. M. Christian, Historian.
Kappa Alpha State Association of Georgia.-Julian B. McCurry, President, B. L. Crew,
Vice-President, W. G. Solomon, Secretary, G. D. Blount, Treasurer.
Kappa Alpha State Association of Kentucky.-R. C. Stoll, President, W. O. Sweeny,
Vice-President, Nathan Elliott, Secretary, William C. Smith, Treasurer.
Kappa Alpha State Association of Alabama.-J. A. Henderson, President, J. H. Skeggs.
Vice-President, J. B. Farrior, Secretary.
Kappa Alpha State Association of North Carolina.-H. A. Foushee, President, C. M,
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FRATER IN FACULTATE.
VIRGIL OTI5 ROBERTSON
FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE.
GERALD FITZGPZRAI.IJ, 'O3 XHRG11. OTIS ROBERTSON, 'O4
SCIENCE, LITERATURE, AND ARTS.
Class of 1903.
SAMUEL LAMAR FIELD
Class of 1904.
EDGAR EARL CONNER LAURY NIARION GADDIS
Class of 1905.
EDWARD ATKINSON STOKES VERNON ROBERTSON
CLYDE RAYMOND CONNER JOHN ROGERS ANDERS
Class of 1906.
JAMES BURTON CANFIELD JOSEPH EADS LUCRETT
ALBERT BROXVN SPARKMAN
Greeks from Other Drovinces.
CHANCELLOR R. B. FULTON, Clzz'Psz'.
DR. R. W. JONES, Philfappa Sigma.
PROF. A. L. BONDURANT, Kappa Szggma.
DR. F. L. RILEY, Phz'Beta Kappa.
DR. C. C. FERRELL, Baia Them Pi.
DR. ALFRED HUME, Baia Thela Pi.
DR, J. G. DEUPREE, Phi Gamma Delia
V. R. MCDONALD, A'appa Sigma.
A. J. NICLAURIN, JR., Kappa Sigma
THE UNIVERSAL LANGUAGE
He sat with his love in the moonlight
'Neath the friendly summer sky,
Telling her of his studies
In the session just gone by.
" Teach me, please, some German,
For I should like to know
A German phrase or two."
And then he whispered low,
" Ich liebe dich. Liebst du mich?
" If we were now in the moonlight
Beneath a German sky,
And I said these words to you,
XYhat would you reply?
Ich liebe dich. Liebst du mich P "
And then she gave her answer
In language sweeter far
Than all the tender accents
Of spoken language are,-
The universal language.
Descendecl from above,
That does not need translation
NVhere men and maidens love.
W. A. s., '01
l sat one day in retrospection,
Recalling the days of my life
Which seemed nearest perfection-
The days when innocence was rife.
By contrast they seemed farther away
Than years would have them be,
And as l pass thern o'er to-day
The reason of this change l can not see
Why should we ever play a part?
Why deceive by word or act?
Crush the real feelings of our hearts
And be ruled by policy or tact?
To one 't is " lovely and very sweetl'
ln language of mock Piety,
A perfect love!" to another we tell,
And this to-day is Society.
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" Catch 'ern when they 're losing 'em."
T. B. XNATKINS . .,.... U. . . .Grand Runt
M. H. BROXYN . . Vice-Grand Runt
J. H. ROGERS . . . Recording Runt
XV. L. FULTON . ....... Collecting Runt
G. M. BARRETT . . Manager Runt Baseball Team
T. B. XVATKINS . . . Captain Runt Baseball Team
" FATTYH CONNER .R ..... Guardian of Runts
DOUGHICRTY, " By-dog " FANNING
FULTON HARDY, T. B.
HARDX', " Freshman " JACOBSON, " Aind ud ? "
M. D. BROWN, " The Father of the Runts " WHITE
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G. B. BIYERS. . . . . I'1'fe-Pfesfa'e1zf
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J. T. LOWREY .
L. M. ADAIYIS. .
H. HOLINIES . .
J. L. HARRIS. .
L. M. GADDIS
T. B. WATKINS
O. S. HOPKINS
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J. NV. MCNAIR D O. CLARK
T. J. HOPKINS R. E. H.-XIRSTON
C. l'I. A. Club.
A. H. STEPHER CHARLES CLARK
W. S. CARTER
J. M. C. Club.
L. VV. MAGRUDER, JR. R. J. PERRY
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When Christmas Came in May.
BY JAMES XIANCE BOXVEN, '01,
" Speaking of sweetheartsf' she said.
Now, we were not speaking of sweethearts. In fact, we were not speaking
of anything, and hadn't been for a good quarter of an hour. I rolled over, some-
what surprised, and said:
" XVell, I 'll be-blessed! YYhat 's-"
Some thirty minutes before I had found her sittting under a tree with some
sewing-Battenberg, I believe she calls it-and of course she looked so sweet
and so demure that I-well, to make a long story short, I made a fool of myself
for the 'steenth time. She didn't let me make quite such a fool of myself as I
usually do, because in the middle of it she looked up from her work, which she
seemed much interested in, and said: " Oh, wonlt you please run up to the house
and get mama's scissors? These won't cut." I offered my knife, which she
graciously accepted, but somehow the inspiration for my story was all gone, so
after a sweet " thank you " the conversation lagged so far behind that it got lost.
I lay on my back, chewing a blade of grass, and muttering imprecations.
" Speaking of sweethearts-" I sat up in astonishment. That wasn't a bit
'f Did you know Johnny Martin? He was in school last yearf'
Yes, I knew him to my sorrow, and said so, but I did not say why. Between
you and me, he borrowed thirty dollars from me and never paid it back.
" NVell, he 's just the nicest fellow. Nothing like you." This with a most
Of course I asked why.
" VVell, he always brought five-pound boxes, and he didn't lie on his back for
half an hour without saying anything."
I suggested that she wouldn't give me a chance to say what I wanted to, and
maybe he had never seen her sitting under a tree making Battenberg. I wouldn't
lie on my back in the parlor, either.
" Smartiej' she said, with a pucker of her nose. Her nose is pretty when it
is turned up, and she knows it. She took one or two more stitches, and then.
holding the work off and inspecting the general effect: " He is such a dear. At
Biloxi last summer he took me sailing every afternoon." As I wasn't a yachts-
man, I did not appreciate the beauty of that, and gritted my teeth in silence.
" And then, last fall, when he came up to the University, he was so nice-driving,
and calling, and going to the theaters. I 'm so sorry that his health got so bad he
had to go home."
All this was ancient history to me, and I could have suggested another
reason for his departure, but I kept my peace.
" I-Ie was here Christmas. Did you know it? 3'
No, I was at home, and had not heard of it.
" Well, he was the only out-of-town boy there, and he was the life of our
party. It was at Mamie's, you knowf,
Silence, while a needle was threaded, oh, so daintily.
" The decorations were so pretty-holly and mistletoe, and we received under
a canopy of them. The red and white berries looked so sweet."
I looked skyward meditatively. A mocking-bird was in the topmost branch
of the tree.
" Isn't it queer," she went on, after a pause, " how flat, stale, and unprofit-
able the Oxford youth are after association with you University boys? They are
I thanked her for the compliment, and continued to look into the depths of
the tree above. It was an oak, and I saw something else besides the mocking-
bird. There was silence. Then: " I like all those old English customs, don't
you? Papa is English, you know, and we have them all, plum pudding, and the
-the hose, you know, and-"
I looked enquiringly at her, and then back in the tree. She said: " The
hose, you know,-hanging them on Christmas Eve." " Oh," I said, solemnly.
" And the holly, too, it wouldnit be Christmas without that and the mistle-
toe. And papa always makes us pay the penalty, too. There is no harm, is
there? " she asked, anxiously, as I straightened up suddenly, with a determined
" Oh, no," I said, then, getting up, " Do you see that big bird's nest up there
in the tree? "
She threw back her head and looked. "Why, that 's not a bird's nest,
that 's-" But for certain reasons she didn't finish.
" It really don't work except at Christmas, but you do it so nicely I suppose
it 's all right-so much better even than johnny Martin-Oh-h-h wait till I find
that needle I stuck right there where your arm is." And I forgot all about the
Then, later, as twilight and dew drove us in: " That 's the finest bunch on
the lawn. I often sit there."
So I 'm going back.
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QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS.
What makes the junior scratch his head,
Roll and tumble on his bed,
Oaths and other bad things spread,
And wish that sciences were dead?
What makes the poor Soph curse his fateg
Get up early and stay up late,
Stare at the embers in his grate,
Fills his fluttering heart with hate?
What makes a man's flesh fall off,
Seizes him like an awful cough,
Makes him roll, tumble and toss.
Gives him the look of a withered Corse?
But what makes a man always fail,
Look like a ship without a sail,
Run to the office for his mail,
Dry up as thin as a seasoned rail?
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Pre.v12l'e11f. . .
Dhi Sigma Literary Society.
First Term. Second Term.
. T. K. BOGGAN
. L. R. HOGAN
S. L. FIELD
V. R. HOWII-1
V. R. HOXX'IIi A. B. COHN
.Stn-effzzgf. . . . I. T. GILMER E. XVI-LHSTER C. R. CONNER
Chaplaizz . . . Y. R. HOIYIE L. HOGAN J. B. LEAYELI.
Trcasurw- . .J. D. IHURPHY J. D. MURPHY J. D. IHLRPHY
Cl'I'fI'l' . . .S. L. FIELD H.P.HEIIJE1.BEli!i J. C. NICHOLDS
Cursor. . .J. M. FCRR J. E. HARRISON E. XYEHSTER
BOGGAN COHN CONNER FIELD
FULTON HEIDELBEIIKS HOGAN HOIYIE
LEAYELL LEONARD LOCKE NIURPHY
NICHOLDs SULTAN XVIQRSTI-:R FANNING
MCDONALD CHAAIEERLAIN TCCRER BIORRIS
Hcrmcan Literary Society.
First Term. Second Term. Third Term.
Prexzdenf. . . .J. L. XVILLIANIS O. S. HOPKINS 5. Y. ROBERTSON
lfm'-P1-e.v1'1A'11f . W. A. HENRY, JR. S. Y. ROBERTSON E. G. HIGHTOWER
Szrrefazy. . . . S. Y. RORERTNON L. T. KENNEDY T. M. SYREN
Treasurer . . E. B. BIITCHELI. Ii. B. NIITCHELI. E. B. NIITCHELL
Cenxor . . . li. G. HIGHTOWER J. W. BRADFORD XV. H. Ii.-XRDY
Chajzlafu. . . E. B. RIITCHELL E. B. BII'1'CHEl.l. L. B. NIITCHELL
Amis ANDERSON BECKET BRADFORD
BUURDEAUX BROWN CONNER CON
CRISMAN CRITZ DODD, H. DODD, A. P.
ENOCHS GADDIS HANEY HARDY, W. H.
HARDX', T. B. HEXRX' HIGHTOWER HOPKINS, O. S
HOPKINS, T. J. KENNEDY KIMBROUGH LAUDERDALE
MAGRUDER BIITCHELL MONTGOMERY PIGFORD
POLLARD ROBERTSON, S. Y. ROSEBOROUGH SEALE
SPARRMAN STEPHEN STRICKLAND SYRES
WILLIAMS NVOOD WORSHAM
Young Mcn's Christian Association.
OF F ICERS.
L. R. HOGAN . . ...... ..... P resz'a'e7zt
V. R. HOWIE . . .... Vzke-Presz'a'en!
S. V. ROBERTSON . . . . . Rec0ra'z'1zgSecfe!ar-y
L. W. MAORUDER . . . . Correspoazdzbzg Secretary
R. B. WALKER . . . ....... Treasurer
J. E. LUCKETT . ....... ....... P ianisi
A. E. ARLEDGE S. W. BAKER R C. BECKETT
J. W. BRADFORD M. D. BROWN M. H. BROWN
J. B. CANFIELD D. O. CLARKE C. B. COCHRAN
F. W. Cox C. H. DABBS G. D. DEAN
J. G. DEUPREE O. B. DORRIS R. J. ENOCHS
W. B. DOUGHERTY C. V. ERVIN S. L. FIELD
E. S. FURR J. M. FURR 1. T. GILMER
M. B. GRACE J. L. HARRIS T. P. HARRIS
B. L. HATCH H. P. HEIDELBERG R. L. HEIDELBERG
J. E. HERRINGTON L. R. HOGAN O. S. HOPKINS
V. R. HOWIE ALFRED HUME A. JAMESON
J. E. JOHNSON R. W. JONES L. T. KENNEDY
E. D. LATHAM W. T. LAWLEY D. LIPSCOMR
O. B. LOCKE L. W. MAGRUDER J. E. LUCKETT
E. J. MCDONALD E. B. MITCHELI, G. MONTGOMERY
F. O. MORRIS J. C. NICHOLDS R. J. PERRY
E. J. POLLARD R. H. POWELL S. V. ROBERTSON
V. O. ROBERTSON L. M. RUSSELL A. J. SEALE
A. B. SPARKMAN G. H. STRANGE B. STRICKLAND
E. STRICKLAND B. A. TUCKER, JR. J. R. TIPTON
B. R. WALKER J. L. WILLIAMS T. W. WHITE
G. S. I. 0. A.
UNIVERSITY OF IYIISSISSIPPI
TIILANE UNIVERSITY OF LOUISIANA
UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA
LOUISIANA STATE UNIVERSITX
Representative, IQO2, V. OTIS ROBERTSON.
M. I. 0. A.
UNIVERSITY OF MISSISSIPPI
AGRICULTURAL AND NIECHANICAI. COLLEGE
R6IlSfCSCllt3tiV6, May, I902, S. L. FIELD, 2d Medal.
Representative, May, 1903, W. O. CRISMAN.
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The last of the roses!
Oh, wintry blast,
XVhy do you seek
To blight the last?
Let its soft petals
Of velvet unfold.
Touch them not. XVinter,
XYith tingers cold.
Leave the last blossom
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Hearts. sick and surf'ring.
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T. H. CAMPBELL, JR. . . Vzke-Preszdenl
C. Y. ERVIN . . . . . Secrelary
VV. A. HENRY, JR . . . . Treasurer
W. O. CRISMAN . . . . Poe!
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HIS class hasnt done anything very startling, so far, but we are expecting
to show a few tricks to the oncoming classes, within the next few years.
VVe are now planning several marriages, and some of us are not thinking
of heeding Harry T. Howard's advice as to T. I. and C. girls. XVQ think Missis-
sippi co-eds are good enough for anybody, and that includes most of us, to say
the least of it. Besides, it wasn't just exactly the tiling for Mr. Howard to come up
here and lay the corner-stone of our NYoman's Building and then make a talk
urging us to marry Kincannon's I. I. and C. girls! But we will overlook that,
since he must have been rattled.
This class goes out strong in numbers and sweet in disposition. There are
talented men and women in our ranks, if any one will take time to investigate.
Wlien we are married we will send you all an invitation, and we will be partly
VVell, somebody said " cut it out." So here goes.
Scnior Class Roll.
ARTHUR EDYVARD ARLEDGE . . . . Vosburg
B. S.: Class President 'Oo-oi.
CHARLES F. AMES ............. ..... ...... M a con
B, P,: A 'L' A: Hermean: Varsity Football Team 'ozz Associate Editor of OLE MISS.
THOMAS KENDEL BOGGAN . .............. . . Tupelo
B. P.: Phi Sigma: Class President 'oi-oz: Senior Speaker.
THOMAS HUMPHREYS CAMPBELL, JR. ......... ..... X 'azoo City
B. A.: junior Law Student : flf A 9 : Blackstone Club: Class Editor of Uzzzixerxily Record
'Oo-OI: Assistant Business Manager of Rcconi 702-O31 Class Baseball Manager
'OI-oz: Class Vice-President U. M. A. A.
XVILLIAM OTEY CRIsMAN ...................... Days
B. S.: E X: Hermean: U. M. A. A.: Hermean Freshman Medal 'ooz Hermean Junior
Medal 'ozg School of English Prize 'oi : Editor-in-Chief of U1zz'ver.vz'ly jllagazzhc
'oi-oz: Varsity Football Team 'oo-oi, 'oz-O3: Runt Club: Associate Editor of
U111'1'u1'.s'1'fy l?c'mr1z',' Assistant Editor-in-Chief of-U11z'r1e1'sz'fy .llagazz'ue,' Assistant
Baseball Manager: Representative in M. I. O. A. contest: Senior Debater.
AVILLIAM BVRNE DOUGHERTY. ...........,..... Coldwater
B. A.: A Alf: Phi Sigma: Class Historian 'oo-oi: U. M. A. A.: Associae Editor of
CLINTON V. ERVIN . . . . . Crystal Springs
IS. S.: Class Secretary.
SAMUEL LAMAR FIELD- ..................... Madison
B. A.: K A: Phi Sigma: Y. M. C. A.: U. M. A. A.: Class Historian 'ozz Licentiate
Instructor of Latin 'oi-oz: Representative to G. S. I. O. A. Contest 'oog winner
of second M. I. O. A. Prize 'oz : State Representative to S. I. O. A.: Representative
of Y. M. C. A. to Interstate Convention 'ooz Exchange Editor of Um"ver.r1'ly
.ll1z,gf1zs1'm' ,' Editor-in-Chief of U111'm'r.r1'fy lx'emr1!,' Associate Editor of OLE MISS 3
XVILLIAINI INIORGAN GARROTT .................. Senatobia
B. A.: A K li: Phi Sigma: junior Promenade Committee 'o:: Minstrels and Glee Club:
German Club: Manager of Tennis Association.
WILLIADI ANDREW' HENRY, JR. ................ Yazoo City
B. A.: fl' A 9: Hermean: U. M. A. A.: Class Editor of U111'f.1w's1'fy Rcmrrz' '99-oo:
Business Manager ofU111'71w-.v1'fy l?cmnf,' Associate Editor of OLE Miss: Editor-
in-Chief of UlII.7lc'l'5l'fj' JfIltgflZ..'?I.l!L'!,' Senior Debater: junior Law Student.
ALFRED JAMISON . . . . Riverside
B. P.: Phi Sigma.
WILLIAM EDWIN BATES LEONARD ........ ...... C offeeville
B. A.: 33 X: ll' E: U. M. A. A.: Manager of Field Sports 'gg-oo: Associate Editor
Rccm'1z"oI-oz: Editor-in-Chief Rcmra' lirst term 'oz-03: junior Phi Sigma Medal
'oi-oz: President Phi Sigma: Business Manager OLE Miss 'oz-o3: Senior Debater.
ELI BINGHAM lVII'1'CHEl.I.. ..................... Rienzi
B. S.: Hermean.
GOODE ll'IONTGOMERY ...................... Primrose
B. A.: Hermean: Licentiate Instructor of Mathematics: Associate Editor of Uni-
RUSSELL Moss. . . College Hill
:MISS SHIRLEY SUE NEILL. . . . Oxford
B. S.: Latin Prize 'o2.
CHARLES WORSHADII PHILLIPS . . . Chulahoma
B. A.. s xr U. M, A. A.
ADOLPH HERRIAN STEPHEN .......... ........ F ayette
B. P.: -X 'l': Hermean: Second Hermean Freshman Medal 'ooz Associate Editor of
OLE Miss 'ol-oz: All Right Club: Review Editor of lf'111'1w's1'fy .lftlg'lIL'Z'1lt' ,' Assist-
ant Business Manager of U111'7fw'.v1'fy Ietfflifllf
EDNVARD STRICKLAND ............ . . Oxford
B. S.: Phi Sigma: Class Treasurer 'oo-oi.
BENJAMIN ARCHER TUCKER, JR ............. . . . Senatobia
B, A.: A K Eg Phi Sigma: U. M. A. A.: Class Secretary 'or-oz: Senior Speaker
JAMES L. WILLIAIVIS ................ . . Houlka
B. Salutatoriang President Hermean: Class President.
THOMAS WILLIAM WHITE ................ Memphis, Tenn.
B. A.: S X5 Phi Sigma: U. M. A. A.: Runt Club: German Club: Secretary and
Treasurerxof German Club.
Junior Lil. Class.
J. M. FURR. . . . . P1'es1'a'e1zl
. R. HOXX'IE . . I 'Ike-Pz'esz'a'f11l Vo 1 T 1,
I. T GILMER . . . .giffiffllljf
E. J. POLLARD . . 7.7'6'lI57U'L'l' L4 o-of J Q
L. T. KICNNEDX' . . EliI.f0l' Kg L C Q
E. E. CONNER . . . . . Poe! ,TQ '- .
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E. CLYDE WRIC9H'l' li. EARL Coxxux
Romekw H. Poxv1M:1.r.
Junior Class History.
HE Junior Class of the University of Mississippi is a most remarkable one,
I having been foremost in all branches of Yarsity life since its Hrst organiza-
?: tion. Now, it has become a custom in the matter of class history to
extol in the grandest metaphors the excellent qualities of the many and varied
accomplishments of the class. lt is not our purpose to boast or utter aught
which might mislead, for, to perpetuate our memory we need not raise our voice
or pen a line, because our fame will live when our voices are stilled and pens are
used no more. Nevertheless, it becomes the duty as well as the honor and
privilege of the historian to compile from time to time, from the abundant data
furnished, a volume of our history.
These volumes are not only for interested workers and visitors who come to
Mississippi: but for the knowledge-seeking public generally. Besides these
motives, we are prompted to perpetuate the many events of our career for the
benefit and 'devoting effect upon the oncoming Freshmen and Sophomores at
this institution. These two varieties of being are likely to be misguided and
might perchance discredit some of the legends which cluster about the Class
of '04, and it is partly in consideration for their welfare that we point them to the
glorious record of the members of this class. The Seniors, it is feared, have
become " set in their ways " and, lest the pangs of remorse should be aroused
within them and their envy aggravated, we refrain from showing them too
directly that they have left undone so many things which we have done. lYe,
therefore, bid them take heart and begin life anew.
You may see from the foregoing. my gentle reader. what are the motives and
promptings of our hearts in undertaking this work. XYith this clearly before us,
let us come closer to the heart of our undertaking. NYhen we were Sophomores
we learned from Dr. Riley that history is not a mere enumeration of names and
dates. So we ask your indulgence should you find this element lacking in our
Our class has always maintained a high standard in all spheres wherein it
has been placedf From the time when as Freshies we first felt the importance
of the Varsity's " most propitious opening" tattributing it all to our own
matriculationj, through the turbulent years of Sophomore Math. Qstill a mighty
vexation to some of our soulsj, down to the glorious ending of this our junior
year, the Class of 1904 has been known and honored for its strength and integrity.
llve say these things with all candor and modesty. On the field of athletics, in
the classroom, in the literary societies, and in all of our various organizations.
the personnel of the class has asserted itself and won lanrels for themselves and
for their class.
This year to our sorrow the class has depreciated somewhat in number, and
though we sincerely regret the absence of our fellow classmen and feel their
loss to us, still the high standards which have marked our career have been upheld
with unfaltering zeal.
That you may appreciate the achievements of this class, something of its
personnel should be known. There are among us bookworms, founders, heart-
breakers, jolly good fellows, and any and all of these' combined. VVhen we meet
a friend it 's a jolly " Howie do? " or " Let 's NYalker round the Conner." It is a
well-known fact that when necessary we can also make the " Furr " fly.
I am sure, my patient reader, that the foregoing facts have impressed them-
selves upon you, and so not to cause delay or keep you longer from the begin-
ning of this glorious narrative. I will proceed-tTo be continued in our next.j
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Junior Class Roll.
MISS ANNIE BERRY . . . Magee
MISS SALLIE FALKNER BURNS ..... . Oxford
B. P.: X S25 Associate Editor of OLE Miss 'oi o
DANIEL OTIS CLARK ......... . . Mt. Nebo
B. S.: fb K NP.
SAMUEL JAMES COLLIER ...... . . Oxford
B. P.: 2 X: U. M. A. A.: Runt Club.
EDGAR EAIRL CONNER .................... Hattiesburg
B. P.: K A3 Kodak Club: Y. M. C. A.: LT. M. A. A.: Class Baseball Team: Class
Poet: Junior Promenade Committee.
FREDERICK WILLIAM ELMER .................... Biloxi
B, S.: E A E: Varsity Football Team 'oi-o:eo3: Captain of Varsity Football Team
'ol-O2 : Varsity Baseball Team 'ol-O:-O3: Captain 'Varsity Baseball Team 'oz-03.
JOHN TWARVIN FURR ...................... Tocopola
B. A.: Class President.
L. M. GADDIS ...... . . Bolton
B. S.: K A.
Miss NIARTHA Moss HARRIS . . Oxford
XYIRGIL RUFUS HONSVIE ...................... Morton
B. A.: Phi Sigma: Alumni Editor Of LrllI,7'L'l'.Yl'fj' ,iflIglZZ1'1lL'Z Vice-President of Class 'o4.
LEMUEL R. HOGAN ..................... Water Valley
B. A.: Phi Sigma: President of Phi Sigma 'oz : President of Y. M. C. A.
LAURENS THOMPSON KENNEDY ................. Guntown
B. S.: Hermean: Class Editor of U11z'r'ersz'i1' 1r'amrn'.
JAMES BERRY LEAVELL ...................... Oxford
B. A.: E X g Phi Sigma: Freshman Medal 'ooz Minstrels and Glee Club: First Sopho-
more Medal 'oo-oi: Treasurer of Phi Sigma 'oo-OI: Business Manager of OLE
Miss 'oi-oz : U. M. A. A.: Board of Comtrol of Athletic Association.
.MISS MARY W. NICCORKLE .................... Oxford
ANSELM J. MCLAURIN, JR. . . . Brandon
B. S.: K
DANIEL J. MURPHX' . . . Vaiden
Miss DAISY BELL PLANT .
B. P.: T A U.
ETHELBERT JOYCE POLLARD . . .
B. S.: Hermean: President XV. P. Nl. A. Club: Class 'l'reasurer.
ROBERT HAlNIII.TON PowELL. . .
B. A,3 A II' : Class Baseball Team : German Club: junior Promenade Committee: Min-
strels and Glee Club: Runt Club: Gymnasium Instructor.
MISS MARY LOU REA ................. . . VVesson
B. S.: 'l' A 0: Associate Editor of 01.12 Miss 'or-oz.
MISS LINDA KATRINA SULTAN ........ . , Oxford
B. P.: X sz : Associate Editor of OLE Miss.
R. B. WAI,KER ............ . . Carthage
EDXVARD CLYDE WRIGHT .................. Holly Springs
B. A.: A K li: Hermean: U, Al. A. A.: Class Treasurer ,oi-oz: Class Historian 'oz-03:
junior Promenade Comm ittee.
L. W. NIAGRVDER,
J. A. DRANE . .
I. C. NICHOLS .
B. L. H.-XTCH, JR
O. B. LOCKIQ . .
W. H. H.XRDX' .
T. B. HARDY . .
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Sophomore Class History.
T BOUT the first thing that we wish to announce is, that we have cz contempt
Q for FI'L'SlllllFl1.' Poor, insignificant beings-they are the last things upon
earth and indeed have no business in the University until they can " get
along " without soothing syrup, condensed milk, and teeth cutters!
Wlieri we think of how utterly insignificant and ignorant we were last year,
it makes us show some feeling of sympathy for the Freshmen, although just as
we said a while back, we simply can't stand Freshmen. W'e realize that this is a
libelously written article, but we will suffer the consequences and will appeal to our
friends, the Junior Law Class, for assistance lyou know if there is any one in the
University who feds his inzporfazzfc, it is the junior Law boyj. 'When we next
appear it will be in a more elaborate manner. Thanks!
Sophomore Class Roll.
PERCY H. ANDERSON . .
B. P.: .X T A: Hermean.
MISS JANIE ANDRUS . .
B. S.: X Q.
EDWARD ATKINSON . . .
B. S.: K A: Phi Sigma.
GARRARD MONTJOY BARRETT ...............
B. S.: fl' A 9: U. M. A. A.: German Club: Runt Club: Manager of R
HENRX' SAMUEL BARRON . . . .
B. A.: fb K Y.
XVILLIAM EDXVIN BLACKMUR .
B. S.: A K
JULIAN BRAMLETT .
LEONIDAS SULTAN BROXVN . .
CHARLES THOMPSON BUTLER ...............
B. A.: A Alf: Phi Sigma: Class Secretary and Treasurer 'oi-oz: Class
W. SPINKS CARTER ....................
. Holly Springs
. . Oxford
. . Greenwood
unt Club Baseball
. VVater Valley
. . Brookhaven
. . . .Scooba
B. P.: A T A: German Club: U. Nl. A. A.: Class Football Manager and Captain.
ABYE A. COHN ............ .......... B rookhaven
B. A.: Phi Sigma: U. M. A. A.: First Freshman Medal.
CLYDE R. CONNER ...................... Hattiesburg
B. A.: K A: Phi Sigma: U. M. A. A.: Varsity Football Team 'oi-oz-03: Varsity Base-
ball Team ,OI-O2 : Guardian of Runts: Captain Class Baseball Team ,Ol-02.
JAMES ANDREW DRANE ..................
B. P.: fb A 9: U. M. A. A.: Runt Club: Vice-President Class 'o5.
. French Camp
EDYVARD J. EZELL . . .
B. S.: A T A: German Club: U. M. A. A.: Varsity Baseball Team 'or-oz.
JOHN E. FANNING . .
B. P.: Phi Sigma.
Gu' T. GILLESPIE ..............
B. A.: A NP: Phi Sigma: Runt Club: Y. M. C. A.
MISS BI.-KRY A. HALEX'
XV. HARRIS H.-XRDX' . .
B. A.: E X: Hermean: Runt Club: U. BI. A. A.: Minstrels and Glee Club
THOBIAS BAILEY HARDX' ...................
B. S.: -X T -X: Hermean: Runt Club: Class liditor of L'z11'1'er.r1'ly Recon!
T. P. H.kRRIS ........................
B. S.: Phi Sigma: Y. M. C. A.
B. L. H.-XTCH, JR ....
B. A.: Phi Sigma: Class
H. P. HEIDELBERG . . .
B. P.: Phi Sigma.
MISS BIAUDE V. HERIIAN .
E. G.XINES HIGHTOXK'ER
B. A.: E A Eg Associate Editor of OLE Miss.
BENJAMIN F. JOHNSON, Jr. ........ . .
B. S.: WK 'lt
Miss EMMA KATE KIMMONS .......
B. S.: T A 6: Associate Editor of Ou: Miss.
CARI. D. KIRBY ............
OSCAR B. LOCKE ......... .
B. S.: Phi Sigma: Class Historian.
Miss KATE LUNDY .......
. H. HARRISON ...... .
. Duck Hill
. . . McComb City
: Class Poet.
. . Kossuth
. . Oxford
. . Oxford
DICK CAUTHEN MCCOOL . . . Canton
B. P., 41A og U. M. A. A.
DAVID MCDOWELL, JR. . . . . Holly Springs
S., U. M. A. A.
ROBERT DAVIDSON MCLEAN ...... . . Grenada
B. A.g I X3 Varsity Baseball Team 'OI-oz.
JOHN D. MCLEMORE . . . . .Greenwood
B. A., A+, U. M. A. A.
LAWVSON WILLIAh'I MAGRUDER, JR. ............... Vicksburg
B. A.g A K Eg Hermeang U. M. A. A.: Minstrels and Glee Club 'oi-ozg Y. M. C. A.: Sec-
retary of Y. M. C. A.: President of Class 'o5.
MISS VIRGIE NEILL ............ . .Oxford
I. C. NICHOLS. . . . .Eudora
B. 5.5, Phi Sigma.
CHARLES MAURY POWELL . . . jackson
B. S.g A XP.
STOKES V. ROBERTSON .................... Hattiesburg
B. S.g K Ag Hermeang President of Hermeang Second Hermean Freshman Medal 'ozg
U. M. A. A.
JOEL ACKER ROGERS ................... . . Aberdeen
B. P.g A T A3 German Clubg U. M. A. A.g Secretary of Runt Club.
LEON ROSEBOROUGH ...................... Senatobia
B. A.g A K Eg Hermeang Class Baseball Team: First Hermean Freshman Medal 'oI.
MISS MARY ALMA SIMS ...................... Oxford
DAN ISOM SULTAN .......... ' .............. Oxford
B. E Xg Phi Sigma: Second Phi Sigma Freshman Medal 'oz g Varsity Football Team.
EDGAR WEBSTER ......... . . . . Delay
B. A.g Phi Sigma.
H. DOBBS . . . . Pl'65Z.d6lIf
STRICKLAND. . I?re-Prcszdenf
Secrelary and Treasurer
I. PERRY . . . . Poet
L. KIMBROVGH .... Edffar
W. BRADFORD. . , Hzslorzkzn
Freshman Class History.
- 3 HE' "down-trodden Freshman of long ago " is no longer in existence
is fthanks to our patron saint, the storkfb, ancl we now enjoy privileges
equal to those of the upper elassnien. NVe do our own elections Qsueh
as they arej, we conduct our own meetings fin a very clisortlerly inanneril, and we
are not the least bit troubled by " other folks."
It is now an established fact that we know more than the average person
does at our age-we are progressive to the end twhatever that may bel. Now
when we return Sophs, you can prepare to give us a hearing. lt is our express
intention to " take charge " next fall, and the way -aut' will run the affairs here will
open the eyes of those who now 'A look down upon us."
Farewell g the sap is rising and we must do something!
Freshman Class Roll.
MISS LOUISE ANDRUS .
B. S.: X Q.
EDXVARD JEFFERSON BOATNER . .
JOHN BLANRS BOURDEAUX .
B. 41 A 9: Hermean.
JOHN WILLIANI BRADFORD ....
B. A.: Hermeang Class Historian.
RICHARD CABLE BECRETT, JR. .
B. A.g A K E: Hermean.
E. W. BROWN ......
DUNCAN HOLT CHAMBERLAIN, JR
B. S.g Hermean.
MISS BETTIE SUE CHAMBLISS .
5.9 T A O.
JAMES BURTON CANFIELD , .
B. S.g K A.
MISS BLANCHE CHILDRESS .
MISS MARX' H. CHILDRESS .
CHARLIE BANISTER COCHRAN . .
HOSEA RIMMER COVINGTON .
FRED WHITE Cox . .
B. S.g Hermean.
WALTER BARRER CRITZ . .
B. A.g A K Eg Hermean.
. . Oxford
. . Oxford
. . University
. . Oxford
. . Oxford
. . Canton
. . .Kelly
CLYDE HARNVELI. DABHS .......
B. S.: ll' -Y: President of Class of 'o6.
J. FORT DANIEL ..........
B. S.. A 'I A.
ALLAN PEELER DODD ..............
B. A.g Hermeang Varsity Football Teamg U. M. A. A.
HARVEY DODD .................
B. S.g A li E3 Hermean.
ROBERT JONES ENOCHS . . .
B. A.g dv K iq Hermean.
ESTA S. FURR ......
JOHN TURNER HANEX' . . .
B. P.g E A E3 Hermean.
GEORGE HARVEY, JR. . .
B. A.g' A NP.
Rov LESTER HEIDELBERG . .
B. A.g E A E.
JOHN CORNELIUS HERRINGTON . .
THOMAS JEFFERSON HOPKINS ...........
B. P.g Hermeang Varsity Football Teamg U. M. A. A.
W. H. HOWREY ............ .....
THOMAS DUDLEY ISOM . .
J. E. JOHNSON . .
ORMAN LANIER KIMBROUGH ............
. Holly Springs
. . Kosciusko
. . Kosciusko
. . Hickory
. . . . Oxford
. St. Louis, Mo.
B. S.g th A 99 Hermeang U. M. A. A.g Varsity Football Teamg Minstrels and Glee
Clubg Class Editor of U1zz'wr.rz'!y Record
ERNEST DOAN LATHAM. . ..... . . .
DOUGLASS CLIFTON LAUDERDALE . .
B. A.g Hermean.
JOSEPH EADS LUCKETT . .
B. A.g K A5 Class Dude.
. . Pontotoc
. . Hernando
. . Kosciusko
R. EDGAR MOSS .....
B. P.g Varsity Baseball Team, moz: U. M. A. A.
FRANK O. MORRIS ....
B. A.: fb E.
JAMES THOMAS NIORROW .
B. Sq .AK E.
PRATHER MCDONALD . .
VANCE R. MCDONALIJ . . . .
B. 5.5 E X.
B. S.g K 2.
WILLIS CARL PASCHAI. . .
ROBERT JOHNSON PERRY .
B. S.g A iq Class Poet.
LEVELLE CUTHBERT PIGFORD .........
B. A.g Hermeang Class Secretary and Treasurer.
JAMES DWIGHT PRIESTLY
B. P.g A JY.
MISS RILLA ELLA REA .
B. 5.3 T A 9.
MISS BLANCHE ROGERS .
MISS EMMA SCHAUBER .
LEO SHUMACKER .
JOHN THOMAS SHERMAN
B. P.g CPE.
J. BAXTER SPARKS . . .
B. P.3 Varsity Baseball Team, 'oz.
A. B. SPARKMAN ....
B. S., K A5 Hermean.
RANDOLPH STRICKLAND .
B. A.g 4' K Nlfg Hermeang Vice-President of Class '06,
THOMAS MCQUISTON SYKES . ..... ....
B. A.5 A K Eg Hermean.
Bay St. Louis
Bay St. Louis
. . Tocopola
. . Lumberton
. . XVeSSOI1
. . Laurel
Mrss T1LLv TANN . .
, B. Ped.
N. B. THURMOND .
S. S.g E A E.
RICHARD THURMOND .
S. 5.3 E A E.
ASA CALDWELL TUCKER .
B. E.g 'P 2.
WILLIAM LoU1s Woon. . . . .
V. WALLACE. .
B. S.g A T Ag Hermean.
QFRANK WORSHAM .' .
B. 'A.g -2 X3 Hermean.
WILLIAM GREEN YERGER
JACOB SHALL YERGER .
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A. SA WYER . ...... L ire-Prcs1'a'e11l
C. COWAN . . . . .g6'fI'l'f!l7'l' and 73'6'tl5Zl7'6'l'
JACOBSQN . . ......... Poe!
H. BROWN . . . . . Ediloz
B. DORRIS . . . . Hz's!orz'arz
History ol Senior Law Class '03.
ERE we must try to write in a few hundred words the history of a class
composed of young hopefuls who themselves have manifested enough
'H capacity within two short years to make and write the judicial history of
this great L'ommonwealth for the next two score years. If the old adage is still
true that history repeats itself, old Mississippi is going to have some stirring
and interesting reading matter to bequeath to the next generation.
Vvhile we may not be able to boast of any Gradys in oratory, Websters in
statesmanship, Marshalls in legal learning and acumen, yet it would not be safe
prophecy to limit the possibilities of such a class to any circumscribed sphere of
action. This class, be it said, has manifested no insatiate and " self-sacrificing "
political desires and has shown that it has no patience with the pettifogger in
politics, and not a one if " solicited " would accept an office of any less dignity
and responsibility than that of the Supreme Justice of the State or Nation.
Now, some may be inclined to be a little skeptical in regard to some of these
sweeping statements hereinbefore recited in the premises. But if you don't
believe what we have to say, make a proposition to any one of the class that you
want him to go to the Legislature next year, and then make him another prop-
osition with a half interest in a ten-thousand-dollar law practise, and you will see
which he will embrace-yes, hug.
As to our standing compared with classes who have preceded us-well,
expect you will have to ask Governor Shands and Dr. Somerville about that. lrVe
are not ashamed of our representation on the football and baseball teams. VVe
mention with pride, the capture of a goodly share of the official honors connected
with the Rvrord, U1z1't'vrsify dfllgtljlillf, and ZXNNUAL. And the fact that the her-
mited law student is precluded from any contest for honors in the academic
department precludes us from cataloguing further more of his triumphs and
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SENIOR LAW CLASS
I CAROTHERS 4 BROWN 7 WHITTINGTON 10 DEAN I3 STRANGE
2 MYERS 5 FITZ GERALD 8 STANDIFER 11 SAWYER 14 HANDSON
3 COWAN S LOGAN 9 DAVIS I2 ADAMS
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Senior Law Class Roll.
LEROY AIONEY ADAMS ............ ........ A ekerman
B. A. tMississippi Collegel: 'I' A 0: Blackstone Club: President of Blackstone Club.
ROBERT MONTGOMERY BOt'RDaAI'x, JR .... .......... lk Ieridian
wb A 6, Blackstone Club: President Blackstone Club: Yaledictorian.
BIARVIN HOLI.0lNIAN BROVVN ................... Indianola
B. P., 'ozg A K I-I: Hermean: Minstrels and Glee Club: U. M. A. A.: Vice Grand
Runt: University Orchestra: Past Grand Rooter, Brigade No. I : President G. S. I.
O. A., 'oI-oz: Y. M. C. A.: Compiler of Y. M. C. A. Handbook, 'o3: Athletic Editor
UllI'7f'L'I'J'I.fj' .lflIg'lIZ1'lIt'. 'OI-oz: Editor-in-Chief Z-'ll1.'Ifa'I'.f1'fj' Rerord. 'OI-Oz: Editor
U111'1ferx1'ly Rvmrn' from Senior Law, 'oz-03: Blackstone Club: Class Po t, 'ozg
Board of Control U. M. A. A.. 'os-o5: Editor-in-Chief OI.Ii Miss, 'o3: Sophomore
Salutatorian, 'ooz Hermean junior Medal, 'Ol : Gulf States Intercollegiate Oratori-
cal Association Medal, 'oI: Senior Speaker from Literary Class, 'ozz First and
Second English Prizes, 'oz z Representative Orator of Student-Body at Corner-stone
Celebration: Senior Speaker from Law Class, iO3.
JOHN PERCY BOYD ..................... French Camp
ll' A H: Blackstone Club: President of Blackstone Club: Varsity Minstrels and Glee Club.
J. BOOTHE C.-XROTHERS ..................... Sardis
I X: Blackstone Club.
R, CLIFTON COWAN ....................... Scranton
E X 5 Blackstone Club: Varsity Football Team, 'OI-oz: Class Editor UllI'7ll77'.fI.fJ' Remrnf
'oI-oz: German Club: Class Secretary and Treasurer.
GUY D. DEAN ........................... Iuka
I X: Blackstone Club: President of Blackstone Club, 'ozz Varsity Football Team,
'oi-oz and 'oz-O3: Varsity Baseball Team, 'oi-oz: Manager Varsity Baseball Team,
ORVILLE BERNARD DoRRIs ................. . Winona
B. A. QMississippi Collegelz fb A G3 Blackstone Club: Class Historian.
A. R. DAVIS ......................... Hazlehurst
GERALD FITZGERALD .............. . . Friar's Point
li A: Blackstone Club: junior Promenade Committee, 'p:.
A. S. GRAHAINI .... ............. . N. New York
I. E. HARRINGTON . . Houston
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JOHN LYNN HARRIS .............,...... Water Valley
41 K XP, Blackstone Club: Secretary and Treasurer Blackstone Club.
CHARLES H. HUDSON . . ....... ...... . . Chalybeate
E A Eg Blackstone Club.
GABRIEL JACOBSON ....................... Meridian
B. 5. LA. and M. Collegejz di A 9: Blackstone Club, Class Poet: German Club: All
Right Club: Lf M. A. A.
ROBERT F. B. LOGAN ................ . . Days
Blackstone Club: Secretary and Treasurer Blackstone Club.
J. TURNER LOWREY ....... ........ . . . Gloster
GEORGE BOGGAN BIYERS .................. Holly Springs
-X 'l' -X: U. M. A. A.: Hermean: Minstrels and lllee Club: German Club, Executive
Committee of German Club, 'ocroi g Kodak Club, 'oo-or g First Censor of Hermean,
'oo-ox, St. Thomas Hall Club: Manager of Minstrels and Glee Club, ,OI-02, Black-
stone Club: Editorial Board of OLE MIss, 'oi-oz: Junior Promenade Committee,
'orozg President of German Club, 'oi-oz-03, Vice-President Blackstone Club.
HUGH BARR BIILLER ..................... Hazlehurst
-X Y: Freshman Medal, 'qo: German Club: Blackstone Club: Leader of German Club,
LEE LIAURICE RUSSELL .............,........ Dallas
B. P., Blackstone Club: President Class, 'oiz Captain of Track Team, '98-99: Repre-
sentative in M. I. O. A., 'oog Business Manager of U111'w'r.v1'ly .Wagas1'nc, ,OO-OI-02-
03: Junior Medal, 'ooz U. M. A. A.
EDWIN ANDREW' SAWYER ......... . . Kosciusko
fb .X H: Blackstone Club: Vice-President Of Class.
WILLIAM PERCY SHINAULT ........ . .Oxford
Varsity Baseball Team, '97-98-99.
JOHN N. STANDIEER .......... ............ O xford
df K 'Pg Associate Editor of OLE Miss, 'oi-oz: Blackstone Club: Junior Promenade
Committee, ,OI : Hermean: U. M. A. A.
GEORGE HOWEL STRANGE ........ . Booneville
Blackstone, Vice-President Blackstone Club. u
JULIUS R. TIPTON ........................ Nesbitt
B. P.: A T Ag Blackstone Clubg Hermean, 'q7: Varsity Football Team, '93-94-95-96
Associate Editor of Um'm'r.vily .lI!lg'!7ZI.lIt,'. '96-97: Editor of OLE MISS, 7972 State
Intercollegiate Orator, 'gyg Associate Editor of Un1"z'fr.v1'fy .lla,gfaz1'ne,' Class
LUTHER ALEXANDER WHITTINGTON ................ Roxie
B. A. fMississippi Collegelz fb A 0: Blackstone Club: Anniversarian of Blackstone
Club: President of M. l. O. A.
A SENlOR'S HEART-CRY.
" Forget you P " he said in saddened tones.
" Forget the woman I love!
Let the sun while giving its golden light
Forget the stars above !
Let the light of day forget to shine,
Let the stars forget to peep,
Let the winds forget the murmuring pine,
Let the waves forget the deep!
U Forget you? O woman, what thoughtless words
Ofttimes escape your lips!
The flower may blush when the humming-bird
From its bosom the nectar sips :
But blushes like yours form a veritable net
To entrap the poor youth, who can newer forget Z "
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Junior Law Class
CECIL SHANDS . . fJI'6'Sl.ll'F7lf
HERBFiRT HOLBIPIS ...... I'z'rc-Pre.vz'a'e11f
J. M. HAIRSTON , . . .qlTl'l'flI7'J' ana' 73'eas1n'fr
Y. O. ROBERTSON . . . .
History ol Junior Law Class.
HE junior Law Class of this session compares very favorably with its pred-
ecessors. W'e have some promising young men upo11 our roll-some of
x them will promise anything XYe are very well represented in all the walks
of college life :ind some of the runs. '
Qur class is noted for its good looks-" Spec " Hairston, Tom Campbell and
Gracej for instance, It can not be said, however, that these have a walk-over.
" Mose " jones is one of our shining lights, even though he thinks an uninten-
tional setting of one's neighbor's house on fire isn't !lIl'l't'lIVlf. He refused to be-
lieve there could be the l.llf6'7lf necessary to the crime !
We are forging to the front and do not fear the class that goes before ns.
There is room af the fop and we are ,ref at the Imlfom.
It would not be exactly in keeping with our modesty to take up more of
your valuable time, lint you shall hear from ns c'lg'6Z1ilI.
Junior Law Class Roll.
Tnouas HUMPHREYS CAMPBELL JR.. ............. Yazoo City
B. A. 'o3: 'I' A H: Blackstone Club: Class Editor of Rvmnz' 'gg-oo: Censor of Hermean
'oi-oz: junior Class Baseball Manager: Class Vice-President: Assistant Business
Manager of CYl1l.'Z'c'!'5l'f-jf Rfr01'1z'.
M. B. GRACE .......... . . . Water Valley
Blackstone Club: Assistant Law Librarian.
J. NI. HA1RsToN .................. .Starkville
fl' Ii ilfz Blackstone Club: junior Promenade Committee.
'XVILLIAM ANDREW HENRY JR. ................ Yazoo City
B. A. 'o3: fb .X H: Hermean: U. M. A. A.: Class Editor of Ulll'7'L'7'J'I'fj' Reford '99-oo:
Business Manager of CfrlII.7'L'I'.Y1.L1' 1?umnf,' Editor-in-Chief of LflII.'Z'L'I'51.f-jf ,llaga:z1'11c,'
Associate Editor of OLE Miss: Senior Debater.
HERBERT HOI.3lES ....................... Hernando
E X: Blackstone Club: Vice-l'resident of Blackstone Club: Vice-President of Class.
RUFVS LACEY .......,.............. Memphis, Tenn.
I X: Blackstone Club.
JOHN WARREN TNICNAIR ............ . . Brookhaven
A 'Pz Blackstone Club: Varsity Baseball Team 'oo-ol.
L. B. NIOBLEY ................ . .Oxford
Blackstone Club: B. A. NV. B. U.
BENSON L.xiRcuA Mx'ERs ...... . . West Point
YIRGIL OT1s RoRER'rsoN ................... Hattiesburg
B. S.: K A: Second Freshman Medal Ryo: Second Sophomore Medal 'oog Winner of
Second l'rize in M. I. O. A. 'ol: Business Manager of U1zz'm'rs1'fy M0gll5I'll6 '99-oo:
President of Y. M. C. A. 'ook-ol : President of Hermean 'oi 1 Senior Debater's Medal
'o:: Representative in G. S. l. O. A. Contest 'o2: Blackstone Club: Class Editor
of f'f1lI'7'l'I'.l'1.f-j' lff't'0l'If,' Instructor of Rhetoric.
CECIL SHixNns ..................... . Oxford
B. A.: .X K ld: Blackstone Club: President of junior Law Class.
josiirn N. S'I'URDIX'AN'l' ................ . . Greenville
12 X: Blackstone Club: Class Secretary and Treasurer.
'l'HoMAs BINFORD YVATKINS ................ VVater Valley
B. l'.: A li l-I: Varsity Baseball Team 'go-oo and 'oo-oi: Substitute Varsity Foot-
ball Team 'oi-oz: Captain Senior Baseball Team and Runt Baseball Team 'oi-oz:
Grand Runt: German Club: Chairman of junior Promenade Committee.
Tha! Erslwhilc Girl ol Mine.
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That Erstwhile Girl of Mine-
XVhat thoughts does she bring home,
As I think of the time
When she was U all my own "Z
I loved her when a lad,
As a maiden she did say
She w'd be my dear heart
Forever and a day.
'T was on the back-yard gate
That all day we would swing,
CShe was just barely eighty
" I loves you," she would sing.
We were to marry soon,
" In that good old summertime "q
'T was to haveibeen in june,
But some "guy " beat my time.
She was my own at sweet sixteen,
And I her hero to be:
She said thro' all, yea, thick and thin
That she would still stick to me.
I 've oft tried to forget,
Yea, many, many times,
But my thoughts will turn to
That erstwhile girl of mine.
You ask, " Who beat you out?
His names -I could not tell,
But if l had him down,
I w'd more than give him i
T. H. XYATKINS, Cwtllflllllll
E. C. YVRIGHT R. H. Powxau
J. M. HAIRSTON Ii. Ii. Coxxme
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I had a dream in the days gone by:
I dreamed of a garden fair:
I dreamed of a maid with soft blue eyes
And a rosebud in her hair.
She oifered her dimpled hand to me:
I kissed her linger-tips:
Then blushed 'neath the light of her eyes serene
And the smile on her ruby lips.
I tried to speak to this queenly maid,
Tried to utter some word of praiseg
But the look she gave would have surely stayed
The boldest knight in the olden days.
But she smiled again-'t was divinely sweet-
A smile that was born aboveg
I knelt on the greensward at her feet,
And wooed and won my Love.
M. H. BROWN, '02,
THE UNIVERSITY OI' MISSISSIPPI MAGAZINE
VOL. XXVI FEBRUARY, 1903 No. 4
BOARD OF EDITORS
HERMEAN LITERARY SOCIETY
NV. A. HENRY, JR., Editor-in-Cliief, - Yazoo City, Miss.
W. O. CRISMAN, Ass't Editor-in-Chief, - DeSoto Oo., Miss.
ADOLPII H. STEPHEN, Review Editor, - Fayette, Miss.
PHI SIGMA LITERARY SOCIETY
JAMES B. LEAVELL, Athletic Editor, - Oxford, Miss.
S. L. FIELD, Exolzarzge Editor, - Madison, Miss.
V. R. HOWIE, Alumni Editor, - Morton, Miss.
JULIUS R. TIPTON, ----- N esbit, Miss.
L. M. RUSSELL, Business jllimuyer, - Dallas, Miss.
AT a recent meeting of the Board of Editors of the
MAGAZINE Mr. Orisman handed in his resignation as Editor-
in-Ohietl During the past session and this one Mr. Orisman
has labored for the MAGAZINE in that capacity, and his efiorts
have been greatly appreciated by the Board. He has raised
the standard of the MAGAZINE as a coliege publication and
filled his place with marked eiiiciency. It was therefore with
great reluctance that the Board accepted his resignation. It
shall be the aim of the present Editor-in-Chief to keep the
MAGAZINE up to the high standard set by him, and in order to
do this we ask the earnest co-operation of the student-body.
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'T is not for your eyes I love you.
Nor yet for your brow so fair-
Though they gleam like the stars above you
XYith light such as angels share.
'T is not for your darkling tresses.
Nor yet for your rosebud lips,
XVhose kiss such wine expresses
That it thrills to my ringer-tips.
Not those lips -but the love they whisper
In the even when clay is clone,
XVhich makes in the gloom of the vesper
Seem worth while all the struggles begun.
Your trust and your hope-yea, your doubting,
That proves in itself your loye's reach.
Coniiding so sweet, and your pouting -
'XYhen oft for your love I beseech-
AII this but increases my passion
And fires all my feelings anew.
XVhat thoughts else my consciousness fashion,
This one thing I know-I love you!
hv Hnihvraitg Qtvrnrh.
VOL. 5. UNIVERSITY OF MISSISSIPPI, UNIVERSITY P. O,, IVEDNESIDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1902. NO. 7
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S. LA NIA R I"IIiI.lb. Iiditor-in-Cliief.
W. 0. Crisnian, '03 . .Xthletic liditor.
ti. Montgomery. 'o3. , I.itel'ary Iiditor.
l.. Kennedy, '04 .... Organizations.
'l'. II. Ilarcly, '05 . . . . l.ocal liditor.
U. I.. Kilnbrough.'o6 . . .-Xss't I.ocal lid.
M. II. Iirown. '03 . .... Senior Law,
V. U, Robertson, '04 . . .junior Law.
XY. .L IIENRY, jk., Business Mgr.
Assistant Business Managers.
A. II. Stephen, '03, 'I'. II. Campbell, 'o3.
at Missfs llSi limi oi ini siisoi
Thursday, Nov. 27th, our
team, considerably crippled, but
dauntless, went up against the
team of Tulane University of
New Orleans, La., and scored a
victory of io to o.
Our center, Ames, and two
halves, Critz and Crisman, were
disabled and joined the retired
list. NVith a new man in as
center and that same old deter-
mination,we gave Tulane what
she reasonably expected.
The villainous fumbling so
often spoken of by the New Or-
leans papers showed what might
have been the score had we han-
dled the pigskin with care and
accuracy. However, Sultan's
timely tackle, Beanland's tine
runs, Magruder's and Foster's
line plunges, carried our colors
safely to victory.
The trip to New Orleans, be-
sides being victorious was more
than pleasant and the game was
a brilliant ending of one of our
most successful football sea-
Dr. Leathers can not be too
highly praised for his successful
managing, and Coach Martin
IO, Tulane, 0.
has established himself as a
coach, and it is our sincere hope
that he will be with us another
Mississippi is to be congratu-
lated upon the standing her
team has taken. For good, clean
football, she can show a fine
record. In the matter of train-
ing she could have clone better.
Next session we hope to see
more enthusiasm than was
shown this year and we can pre-
dict a glorious future unless
something unforeseen prevents
the return of our eleven.
It is to be hoped that we may
be able to start a subscription
among the Alumni to help ath-
letics. This is done in nearly
every University except Missis-
sippi. Our Alumni will do as
much for us if we onl put the
matter before them in theproper
The baseball season is next
in order, and with material at
hand we can reasonably look
for a winning team.
Dr. Leathers has kindly COII-
sented to manage the baseball
team,and we are the more en-
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2 HARDY 4 BROWN 6 HENRY
Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Association.
OFFICERS FOR I90Z.
DR. XY. L. DCDLEY ..n.. . ..,.. Presz'a'e11!
PROFESSOR W. M. RIGGS . . . ..... I'z're-Presz'denf
PROFESSOR A. L. BONDVRANT ........... Sefrelaryand Treasurer
DR. W. L. DUDLEY ................. Vanderbilt University
PROFESSOR W. M. RIGGS . . . ...... Clemson College
PROFESSOR A. L. BONDVRAXT . . . . . University of Mississippi
PROFESSOR A. H. PATTERSON . . ...... University of Georgia
PROFESSOR B. B. ROSS .,......... Alabama Polytechnic Institute
COLLEGES OF THE ASSOCIATION.
Agricultural and Mechanical College of Mississippi . . . Starkville, Mississippi
Alabama Polytechnic Institute . ............. Auburn, Alabama
Clemson College ......
Cumberland University '....
Georgia School of Technology . .
Kentucky State College . .
Louisiana State University .
Mercer College .....,
Southern University . .
Tulane University . . .
of Alabama . .
of Mississippi. .
of Georgia . . .
of Nashville . .
of North Carolina
of the South . .
of Texas . .
University . .
of Tennessee . .
. Clemson, South Carolina
. . . Lebanon, Tennessee
. . . .Atlanta Georgia
. . Lexington, Kentucky
. . Baton Rouge, Louisiana
. . . . .Macon, Georgia
. Greensborough, Alabama
. . New Orleans, Louisiana
. . University of Alabama
. . University of Mississippi
. . . . . Athens, Georgia
. . . Nashville, Tennessee
Chapel Hill, North Carolina
. . . Sewanee, Tennessee
. . . . . . Austin. Texas
. . Nashville, Tennessee
. . Knoxville, Tennessee
University of Mississippi Athletic Association.
OFFICERS FOR I903.
DR. R. W.. JONES ..... Presz'a'enl A. L. BONDURANT. . Vffe-f'resz'de1z!
EITGENE CAMPBELL ...... .S'6'l'7'6'f07:1'tllld Treasure
BOARD OF CONTROL.
DR. R. W. JONES
A. L. BONDURANT
M. H. BROWN
GEORGE B. MYERS
J. B. LEAVELL
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SEASON OF 1902.
DR. W. S. LEATH1-:Rs . . . . . . . . .llanagcr
JOHN M. FOSTER .... . . Capfain
D. S. MARTIN CAuburn'J ...... . . Coark
AMES .... .... . . . Cenfer
DODD ..... . Leff Guard
HOPKINS T. J . . . Rzlghl Guard
SULTAN ' .... . Left Taflale
CONNER . . . . Rzghf Tafkle
KIMBROVGH ...., . . Lqft End
ELMER .......... . . . R1l,ghlEmi
CRITZ, F. A., CRISMAN . . . . Lff? Half-bark
FOSTER MAGRUDER, J. M. . . . . R1Lgh!Ha!l-bark
BEANLAND ........ . . Quarler-back
HOPKINS O. S., DEAN . . . .... . . . Fu!!-back
CRITZ, W., WYNNE, Moss WEBSTER
C. R. CONNER, First Sub. Tackle on All-Southern Team.
Games Dlayed in 1902.
October xith, at Nashville, Mississippi, og Vanderbilt 29.
October 18th at Oxford, Mississippi 383 Cumberland, o.
October 25th, at Starkville, Mississippi, 2I 5 Agricultural and Mechanical, o.
November Ist, at Oxford, Mississippi 42g Memphis University School. o.
November 8th, at New Orleans, Mississippi og Louisiana State University, 6.
November 15th at Memphisg Mississippi, Io: University of Tennessee, 11.
November 17th, at New Orleans, Mississippi, io, Tulane, o.
Football Sqvad, University.
C. F. AMES A. P. DODD O. S HOPKINS
D. I. SULTAN C. R. CONNER O. L. KIMBOUGH
F. W. ELMER F. A. CRITZ J. M. FOSTER
J. M. MAGRUDER G. C. BEANLAND T. J. HOPKINS
G. D. DEAN W. O. CRISMAN F. O. WYNBNE
R. E. 'MOSS E. WEBSTER E. E. CONNER
R. C. BECKETT, JR. R. J. THURMOND
A. J. MCLAITRIN, JR. G. MONTGOMERS'
C. B. COFFEY I. T. GILMER
J. BRAMLETT E. ATKINSON
R. C. COXVAN H. P. HEIDELBERG W. H. HARDY
R. D. MCLAIN E. G. HIGHTOWER L. W. MAGRUDER
I. L. SCHIRK D. MCDOWELL, JR. J. K. STURDIVANT
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DR. XV. S. LEATHERS . ..... Manager'
YV. O. CRISMAN . . . . .-Issisfanl Manager
F. W. ELMER . . . ........... ..,.. C apfain
Games Dlayed in 1902.
Memphis University School, 2 g University of Mississippi, 4.
Memphis University School, 3 3 University of Mississippi, 2.
S. W. B. U., 35 University of Mississippi, 4.
S. W. B. U., 2 5 University of Mississippi, 6.
University of Alabama, 22 5 University of Mississippi, o.
University of Alabama, 14, University of Mississippi, 3.
fMississippi-Alabama games forfeited by Alabama to Mississippij
J. M. C., 5 g University ot Mississippi, o.
J. M. C., 9 5 University of Mississippi, 14.
J. M. C., I3 3 University of Mississippi, 3.
J. M. C., 7 3 University of Mississippi, rr.
J. M. C., 2 3 University of Mississippi, 6.
J. M. C., I3 3 University of Mississippi, 11.
University of Texas, 4 5 University of Mississippi, o.
University of Texas, I g University of Mississippi, 2.
University of Tulane, 4 3 University of Mississippi, 6.
University of Tulane, 6 9 University of Mississippi, 4.
University of Tulane, 3 5 University of Mississippi, 6.
JOHN M. FOSTER? .......... . . fllanager
R. H. POWELL . . . .Manager
W. M. GARROTT ....... . . . . .Uauagcr
' Mr. Foster was not in school after Christmas.
The Popularity ol "Lazy,"
H ELL, boys, it was just this way. Jim Greene-we all called him ' Lazy '
EE: and it fit him like a new shoe-entered the Varsity in the fall of IQOI.
IT EA He never took an interest in his classes, missed the rise in fifteen out
of eighteen points, read Street and Sn1ith's 'choice literature,' chewed cheap
tobacco, looked slouchy, was lazier than anybody on record, simply didn't give
a din for anything or anybody, and just such a fellow who couldn't be very
popular if he wanted to and it was against his religion to 'want to.
" There was one thing about ' Lazy,' " continued Benson, who had been
asked to tell about " Lazy's " popularity, " darned if he wouldn't go to chapel
every day, and although he seemed to pay no attention to anything that was said,
he used to drawl out in that pine-ridge accent of his, ' 'Course I like to go, else I
wouldn't be caught therel' He always expectorated Huently upon being ques-
tioned about anything. Well, when spring opened up and baseball was all the
talk, we were looking about for, material. The first man to appear upon the field
was ' Lazy '-I wish you could have seen that uniform! Well, sir, I 'll be blamed
if it didn't look like the cast-off livery of some of Elizabeth'-s footmen! VVliew!
Green and red-striped- shirt and yellow trousers! 'If he didn't look like a typical
Reuben I 'll pay for the drinks ! Everybody laughed at him? Well, I guess!
And every evening it was the same old thing, guyizzg 'Lazy' about his suit and
his attempts to play ball ! Some one would yell at him, ' ' Lazyf are you going to
make the team?' And he always let fly a copious' stream of tobacco juice, smiled
a doubtful smile, and replied-' Don't know-reckon not.'
A' The lazy devil could hold a baillif you knocked it to him, but you could
never count on him covering .much ground. And when it came to batting, he
was a back number. Occasionally he would hit it, and when he did, he always
kissed it farewell-this'wasn't often,Ath'ough. -
Q There was one thing you couldn't do-you couldn't rattle ' Lazy.' Oh, noi
he was too darn slow for that-he never saw the point until a week or more, and
then, he didn't care. Sometimes, you 'd be walking with him and he 'd chuckle
to himself, that was a sure sign that he had probed into some joke hurled at him
on the diamond. '
'f It used to do the kids good to watch 'Lazy' make faces when he was at
the bat-it was certainly a show. But just as I said, he wasn't popular and we
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knew he 'd never make the team. VVell, he hadn't been faithful for nothing, and
I want to say right here, he never missed an evening from the field. Coach
Holmes made him ' sub ' for his faithful work and promised to let him play in one
big game. It was when we were playing Tulane a series. VVe won Thursdays
game, put in a sub-pitcher Friday, and the boys played loose, and lost by three
scores. The boys seemed to think they had a snap, and Tulane took advantage
of the weak playing.
" When Saturday's game was called. we put Fred Day back in the box and
had our brag nine on the field. Steve Franklin was playing right field for us, and
he was a crack, too. You fellows didnft know him, but you 've heard of him often
enough-played with the ' Chicks ' after he left here, Up to the seventh inning
we were eight to Tulane's four. During the seventh, Steve made a long run for
a sky-scraper and just bagged it when he stepped in a hole and sprained his
ankle. Steve held the ball? Well, you know it! We had to take him out and put
the doctor on him. Much to the surprise of all, ' coach ' put ' Lazy ' in his place.
Several of the boys went to ' coach ' and asked for Thompson, Mines, or jenkins.
but he reminded them of the fact that he was attending to his busi11f55,' said we
had the game beat, and he owed that much to ' Lazy.' I 'll swear I never felt as
sick in all my life as I did when I saw ' Lazy ' waddling off to right field. Well,
he just played like h-l for a few minutes, caught two flies and put out the side.
We failed to score in the seventh and when ' Lazy ' went to his corner I felt like
the knockout blow would come next.
" Tulane got two hits. and had a man on first and second. A long fly to
center was bagged, but couldn't be fielded before the two runners got to second
and third. Tulane fiew over to 'Lazy' and he fell all over himself-Tulane's
two runners walked in! And the man on third seemed confident! Tulane
singled and landed safe on first. I got desperate. I saw my ' green ' in the wind
and I felt raw! Another Hy goes up to ' Lazy , and he never touched it. Tulane
scored! O 'Doctor Carvel' ! The perspiration rolled off of me! Seven to
eight and no man out! Tulane flew out to second base. Tulane hit to third,
and her man was caught trying to come homey the next man flew out to center.
" Mississippi came in and didn't make a run ! I 'll tell you boys, it hurts like
h-1 to witness a scene like that! Tulane pranced up and gave us the Iiigh guyg
we looked cheap, and felt it too!
" Tulane got two hits, and put a man on first and second-next man got a
bunt, but the batter and the man on first got out on a double. Tulane had a
man on third, though, and I felt goose-bumps all over me. The next man-put
one over ' Lazy ' and he missed it forty feet. Tulane ties the score! Gentlemen,
let me tell you that was the roughest house I ever witnessed! It looked like a
rebellion to me. Our fellows told the coach they 'd quit playing if he didn't put
' Lazy I out. But that didn't ' feaze ' him-he had a head of his own and ' Lazy '
stayed in. So did the others! The next batter Hew out to left field and Missis-
sippi came in for her last showdown. XYell, I 'm from Missouri and you have to
slmzu 1110. But there was no use in showing me anything 'g1'Cv11.' I had my
share in the '11ock'! Jones fanned. I almost fainted, and if I hadn't stuck
that barbed wire in my hand I guess I would have. Smith fanned. I yelled out,
'Iiitw' 11111111111 to 1110 1111111 iuI10'll lezzork C1 11111110 1'1111!' Tulane's guys said, ' It 's no
use, bully: put up your money and take your medicine like a man! ' And some of
our boys turned their saddened countenances to me and said, ' Your money is
safe, Beng don't worryl' I thought so, too! It was ' Lazy's' first time to the
bat, my heart sank to my toes! He changed his 'cud' to the other side of his
mouth, spit in his hands, and took position very carefully. Two beauties passed
over the plate, and I held a post to keep from falling. The twirler tried for a
drop, but ' Lazy ' caught it on the drop and the next thing I saw was his cumber-
some figure passing the bases in a terrible gallop! VVe yelled and whooped and
cheered him until he struck home just before the ball fell in the catcher's glove.
Yes, that ls how he got his popularity 3 that 's why his picture hangs in the Athletic
Hall, and that 's why he will always be remembered." B., ,O2.
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DEAR SIR :
After suffering six years with a severe case of " unreturned love," Itried
your treatment as a "last resort." It cured me at once, and I heartily recom-
mend it to all so affected.
Enough can not be said in praise of your wonderful remedy.
A Few Drags.
" BROWNIE "-A little loud man.
MCCOOL-A bird without wings.
CHAS. CLARK-A professional " nigger " killer.
" SPEC " HAIRSTON-BClOVCd of all the ladies QPJ
" IQNOTTY " CONNER-He ought to have been on the baseball team three
years a go ! QQ
Locua-The lion of the city of Abbeville!
ELMER--U He is the most C'7llCl'fG1'IZlllgC'Sf man I ever saw."
" FARMER " CRITZ-H Farmer " made a phenomenal rung if he could have
straightened it out it might have reached to Bl7'7IlI.1lgllG1ll, Ala.
BARRETT-U My name is Ikey Barrett
And I lif in a garret,
Py gott! "
BOB POWELL-" Wait a minute, Dr. Riley, I was going to tell you all about
PRIESTLY-Addicted to cramps.
DRANE-H Now I 've played -3 I 've lost the best pair of pants I had! "
The following was written upon the envelope containing a Sophomore's
" On the inside will be found, 'A thing of beauty and a joy forever. Its
loveliness increases and it will never pass into nothingness, etc.
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i 2 HE college man cometh up in the early fall and falleth ere the spring hath
1 opened. He riseth late and goeth upon his way rejoicing, but in the even
the faculty cutteth him down. The cares of life are upon him and verily
he groaneth in the spirit. He refuseth to be comforted. but goeth to the bank and
draweth upon his father, and straightway he goeth and bloweth it in. He
receiveth his money from home and knoweth not whence it cometh or whither it
goeth. He receiveth his report and understandeth not the contents thereof.
Verily, his report is filled with failures and demerits. He groaneth in the spirit
and complaineth. He loafeth much, but never becometh weary. Truly. happi-
ness he hath in abundance. He hath said in his heart, " Much study is a weari-
ness of the flesh and of making books there is no end." He goeth to his examina-
tion and when he hath gazed much upon it, signeth up, and goeth out with
bowed head. He smoketh much and cheweth and straightway he spitteth upon
the floors and walks. He talketh politics much, but athletics more, and doeth
nothing. Verily, he is fearfully and wonderfully made. He pretendeth much,
but knoweth little, and of his conceit there is no end. He bucketh against the
facultyg he receiveth much attention therefor. and straightway he packeth his
trunk for removal. He leaveth like a wolf in the night and the darkness covereth
many of his sins. ANON.
'T is said that in the olden times.
ln the days of ancient Greece,
The days of rural happiness,
VVhen all was love and peace 1
Tending each day his hleating Hocks
On the meadows and the leas,
There lived a handsome shepherd lad
Whose name was Kisthenes.
A sweetheart had this Kisthenes,
A saucy little miss-
Disdaiuing names so dignitied,
She always called him Kiss.
They often strolled upon the plain,
Forgetful of the flock,
Ur sat and planned their future life
lieside some sheltering rock.
NVhile on her way to the trysting-place
She found a pearl one day.
f' 'T will a fortune he for Kiss and me 1
I wonder what he 'll say."
She scarce had picked the jewel up
NVhen with looks malign,
A ruffian confronted her
And said: 4' That pearl is mine."
She put the pearl into her mouth
To swallow it if she must,
Rather than surrender it
To the greedy rohher's lust.
She dodged around a friendly rock
The rohher to elude,
And swiftly ran to Kisthenes,
The rufician pursued.
liut when he saw the strong young man
lle gave up the quest.
She ran into her lover's arms
And was folded to his breast.
He held her Hrm in his embrace,
Her arms pinned to her side,
So she could not release herself.
liven if she tried.
" Here, Kiss, take this pearl," she said,
And held it 'tween her lips,
Vpturned like a crimson rose
Wlhence a sparkling dewdrop drips.
Now, when the lad first felt the thrill
Of this new-found delight,
He made her take the pearl again,
NVhile he held her tight.
But already it occurred
To this quickvwitted girl
That the pleasure of the process
Did not require a pearl.
And,so, when she with many trials,
Had amply proven this,
She named the new discovery
For her lover, Kiss.
They agreed to keep it secret, but-
Can anyhody douht it?-
XfVhen next she saw her best girl friend
She told her all about it.
This friend tested what she said,
And finding it was true,
She spread the news to all her friends,
And they all tried it too.
Nor did the Hight of many years
Cause lovers to forget,
llut still the kiss was handed down-
And it is current yet.
So this little country maid,
And her lover, Kiss,
Left lovers all this heritage
Of concentrated hliss.
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TO THE SWEETHEART OF MY CHILDHOOD.
Little Sweetheart, Love's fragrant Howers are dead-
The petals crisp and dry.
Let not thy pearly tears be shed:
lt is not meet that you should cry.
Where are the gentle whispers, Love, Ah! it was a dream of bitter-sweet:
That once fell on my ear? A vision that now is fled!
Hidden 'neath Cupid's folded wings, Weep not, lady mineg in thy fairy retreat,
Sobbing and trembling with fear? Resurrection comes but to the dead!
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We 'll sing another song for MiSSiSSippi's team 1
We are not as weak as others Say we seem :
Send up shouts and cheers that 'll reach to the Sky
While the team goes marching by.
Missi -Missi-Mississippi !
Our team goes marching On!
We will never falter till we win the game to-day,
Or else we 'll stand up bravely and hold the foe at bay:
We are not afraid when the team begins to play
To sing our marching song!
Our team is marching by!
A yell for our captain, boys-give it loud and Strong,
He will never fail us, though the game be hard and long:
Brace up, lads, and ioin us in our Song,
While the team goes marching on!
Our team is moving On!
QTUNE: nflilb' Auchorel My S0uI."J
Our team was Once playing far away from its home,
Far away from the Rooters' Brigade,
But the faith that we had in each jolly lad ,
Accounts for the record they made.
join us once more in the glad refrain,
Sing for their record so bright !
Through the Struggle and Strain, they 've brought vict'ry again
And we'll Sing 'em a song to-night.
Sing for the colors, for red and for blue,
Join in the happy refrain,
To the red and the blue our boys will be true,
' And bring us vict'ry again.
Ring out the yells with voices strong,
Join the old Rooters' Brigade!
Shout with much glee for the new victory,
And shout for the record they 've made.
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The Department of Elocvlion and Oratory.
Miss SARAH MCGEHEE ISOM, Instructor.
S ORTUNATE is the institution that can boast of a chair of Elocution and
Cratory, but doubly fortunate is the institution that is blessed with a
Z talented, enthusiastic, and accomplished instructor.
The University of Mississippi can boast of not a few orators within the last
few years, to say nothing of those who finished " when oratory was in flower."
In the Oratorical Association Contests, both State and Interstate, her record has
been exceptionally bright.
The diligence with which our instructor trains her pupils, the enthusiasm
with which she fills them, the ease and grace which she cultivates in them, in fact
the finish that she gives them, have made for her a record not by any means con-
fined to the State of Mississippi.
Miss Isom was a pupil of the talented Murdock and she is, indeed, a worthy
example of the great school that he so earnestly advocated. Mississippi, the
love for oratory and the unparalleled Southern talent will never weaken with
such an instructor within your walls! A STUDENT.
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JUNIOR! " I have a difficult Dutch lesson to prepare."
SORH. DR.xNE tsurprisedj: " Wlhat is Dutch? "
t5 P. M.-Town clock strikingj
FRESHIE ENOCI-IS: " W'ho is dead? I'
tFreshie-seeing the basket system for his first timej
SENIOR! "XYhere are you from? "
FRESHIE: "Crystal Springs."
FRESHMAN: " Why do co-eds go to church so early? "
BARRETT: " Because they Want to be there in time for the hymns thinisyf'
MR. DRANE tseeing " dates " on Mrs. Crockett's table for the first timel:
" Say, Cockran, what are these things made out of."
PROF. SOMERVILLE tto Law Classmz " Gentlemen, you may omit on
review the chapters On Dower and Trust for Married VVomen."
MR. MILLER: " Doctor, are you going to let us skip the chapter on Idiots
and Lunatics? "
PROP. SOME1u'ILLE: " Indispensable, Mr. Millerg I will have to examine
the class along that line."
MUG tto a Soph. Elocution Studentj: " XYhO is going to play the part of
Shylock in Julius Caesar? " ,
"i,JBSTRlil'UGRASSU Siirru tinterrogated upon lawilz "Say, Smith, what
do you think of introducing conliicting testimony? "
SMITH: " Condenseratcd testimony, Boss? XVell. l think it ought to be
MISS SULTAN tto Mrs. Huntj: " Mrs. Hunt, I want to get the last copy
of the Lookout."
DR, SUNIl'IRYILI.li2 " Mr. Bordeaux, can you give me the gist of the Sir
William Penn case?"
litJRDl5AUXZ " The case Penn. v. the Railroad, Doctor? "
GOVERNOR SHANDS: " Mr. Myers, why eouldn't an atheist testify under the
common law System?"
B. L. MYERS: " Because he cOuldn't remember accurately everything
that happened in connection with the case."
Sam Collier and Charles Phillips spent several hours in a fruitless search
for a volume of Ibid.
GRACE tat the Blackstone Club the day set for electing the Anniversarianj:
" Mr. President, this is election day, I believe. I move we elect an adversary."
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HE Department of Science, Literature, and the Arts
includes Work in twenty-one schools, with undergrad-
uate and graduate courses. 1H.The Engineering
Department includes courses in Civil Engineering, Electrical
Engineering, and Mining Engineering.
111 The Department of Law includes a course requiring two
years for completion.
111 The location of the University is unsurpassed in point of
healthfulness and beauty.
111 Tuition free to all students in all departments excepting the
School of Law. Enlarged equipment in Scientific Departments.
Three new buildings. Dormitories for boys and girls.
write for a Qliatalngur
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YHE buildings are excellent, thoroughly eq
ipped and furnished.
Modern conveniences. The faculty well-trained, experienced, and
reliable. We claim that few schools, if any, in the South oiier
better advantages for a high-grade academic
or musical education.
Lecitures and experiments in chemistry, physics, and astronomy are received
by our scientific classes in the University laboratories.
Our lyceuxn course
contains the best leciturers and high-grade entertainers of the country. Let
those who want their daughters accomplished in music send them to onr
conservatory. Nex! .SQFSSIIOII opms Sepfember 9, 1903.
I'I5'1'fejbr a catalogue.
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view to familiarizing the student with the most practical and up-to-date ideas of com-
mercial paper, business customs, etc., through the medium of daily actual business trans-
actions between the students, teachers, and various officers of the institution, thus guar-
anteeing a practical instead of a theoretical knowledge of bookkeeping and business.
11 XVe do not resort to conditional guarantee position schemes, or other questionable
methods to secure patronage, thereby commanding the respect of the educated and
thinking classes. Endorsed by the business men of Memphis as well as elsewhere.
Employs only competent men teachers. Since we have no vacations, a splendid oppor-
tunity is afforded university students to obtain a
Pnzcqzkaf Busifzess Ea'ucaz'z'0n
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College Men know and the Nm' flaiim Uzzfozz says, apropos of term-end
with its good-byes 1 " The question of wha! in fhc zvorla' io give a j9'z'emz' at part-
ing seems to have been solved by the publication of
Songs of ll the Colleges
which is alike suitable for the collegian of the past, for the student of the present,
and for the boy Corgzrlj with hopesg also for the music-loving sister, and a fel-
low's best girl,"
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Men's Shoes and Oxfords, from ....... . . 83.50 to 57.00
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Who want to get a start-who must earn a living
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officials of railways, banks, and other corporations con-
stantly apply to us for properly trained assistants. This
course appeals with special force to COLLEGE MEN
who would add a practical iinish to their liberal education,
and thus get promptly to work in some profitable and con-
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Each member of the Faculty occupies a part of his hour in reviewing the previous lecture by quizzing
the class: in addition to this. FREE quizzes are begun early in the session on all branches taught in the
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Address, R. F ROSS,
SOUTHERN SCHOOL OF RAILWAY TECHNICS, OXFORD, MISS
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