University of Mississippi - Ole Miss Yearbook (Oxford, MS)

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Dear Friends, brave Foes, this is a bookg A history, a record and a list Filled in with pictures and a mist Of verse and rhymings-but a book. A book than which none dearer could We find tho looked we thru the shelf Of all the world of man and elf- A clearer End we never would. It holds the picture of our life, The growing shadow of our thought, A tale of friendships early bought Amid our little bits of strife. But, more than these, it makes a store Of fondest thoughts for memory, Thru years to come to you and me- What matter then ripe age-the shore? fir-I ' aka -X J., K fe l ' ' X - W " ft MO at- fs ' i Q, QQ 51 t f wlb' if f f' s Q 'QQ r rf.: 'N th e Gs X 250151 l f I 544 70' myeuawrurah may Hprini L61 kiss, qu Gln your abeekii be saab. Slips ITEIGJMSQA lljer swag? Qikrswissiwra. Smibegj wen? 'Do qprezsp A1115 I rmilperguess Qllpengrg prinid ai Marge Elbiiion. 7 DEDICATION. WITH LOVE AND RESPECT, WITH APPRECIATION FOR HIS GREAT AND Coon WORK HERE, WE DEDICATE THIS RECORD OF THE COLLEGE YEAR TO EX-CHANCELLOR ROBERT BURWELL FULTON. And may these words sincerely show The love, the pride that men have failed At times to feel when power naled And greatness moved at ebb and flow. i You loved these trees, these wallfs, this life You gave for them unswerving worlf And untold thought which in them lurlfg And may these ever dull the lfnife 8 That dares to scar this pulsing heart Of fvlississippi. Broad and brave You made it,' drove in calm the wave That washed it safe in every part. It speaks in us, tho' some may chideg It spealfs in us, tho' some complain: It speaks in us one word not vain- It spealfs the love no heart can hide. Ex-CHANCELLOR ROBERT BURWELL FULTON I . 4 A ' , . . 'ugwc ".Jx - -,"' Mfg Q' 'fffq-L, A ' ,VJ-:iv . 4-f .'.b f'3Is ' - ." if., .'.':f3 . 1 .Q , . ' Olhlxxt., ' 4' . ' u Q.. .QU ' U I,- . - 1 5. N , . ' . . G . ,.!, .- ,. , vi Q ga VXI- 'yy' 3 vf, , L ' 4 A I 'aa' r ". t . W' A I .51 . H13 Vi 1, sb: ,fi-J A A . v 5 w .iff .",x. nz: xii--"H P f 'U 4 . fn' 'I 9 'X . J-. it 'Jqvq I:f?.1 . F -v ..,g, , . . 0 'I' 4 NA. 'll AW! 'L I v'.' UI I 'I ' ', I Q7 0 ,A 1. ? ' E' A!,Ll'rx .Vi-.s.,l..,. ,' 'Q 1 iv K ' ,ar .f 0 91' -K 6 .Far w I 1 . 'gurl Dl'-K Y M f ml U- 5 l u"':l1'v M' 1,1 X O Q 3 '-,. ' Y ."g - ROBERT BURWELL FULTON, A.M., LL.D. Student in University of Mississippi, 1866-1869: A.B., with first honor, 1869: A.M., 1873: Assistant Professor of Physics and Astronomy, 1871: Adjunct Professor of Physics and Astronomy, 18735 Professor of Physics and Astronomy, 18755 Chancellor of the University, 1892-1006. Dr. R. B. Fulton was born in Sumter County, Alabama, in April, IB49. His father was a prosperous planter, who believed in giving his sons the best educational opportunities. Dr. Fulton was taught at home until in his thirteenth year he entered an Acad- emy at Pleasant.,Ridge, Greene County, Alabama, where he stud- ieclithree years until the spring of IS65. In l865-6 he studied in the private school of Rev. C. M. l-lutlm, and in the fall of IS66 entered the Sophomore class in the University of Mississippi. In I869 he graduated with the highest rank and first honors in an unusually strong class of twenty-one men. After an experience of a session and a half in teaching in high schools in Alabama and in New Orleans, he was offered the place of Assistant Professor of Physics and Astronomy in the Uni- versity, and entered upon the duties of this position March 5, l87l. I-le served the University 1 of Mississippi continuously from that date to the time of his resignation in September, l906, giv- ing the longest period of service of any man ever connected with the institution. 'That his service during these years was uniformly suc- cessful is shown by the fact that it was rendered under various ad- ministrations and under varying conditions, and that it led to con- tinuous promotion. A former professor in the University expressed what is generally known of Chancellor Fulton when he wrote that "with a long term of service ranging from tutorship to chancellor- ship, no man knows the institution so'thoroughly as he, or has la- bored longer or more successfully for its Lipbuildingf' Of the more important events and lines-of progress that char- acterized his administration the following may be cited: Q11 The abolishing of preparatory classes in I892g Q21 the inauguration in l893 of summer terms that drew altogether over 2,000 individual teachers to the University: Q31 the securing from Congress, by his own initiative and efforts, of agrant of 23,040 acres of land for the University in l894, which has added Sl0,000 to the annual revenues of the University, and which opened the way to other grants to the other colleges of the State, which grants have put over 5600.000 into the State treasury in the last six years for the benefit of these institutionsg Q41 the development of a system of public and other high schools affiliated with the University, now numbering over 80, in which preparation for University classes is given: Q51 the enlargement and beautifying of the University grounds, the introduction of Waterworks, sewerage, electric lights, steam heating: Q61 the repairing of old and the erection of new buildings, and the increase of scientific equipment that has more than doubled the value of the plant: Q71 the enlargement from a col- lege to a university curriculum by the establishment of departments of Engineering QCivil, Mining, and E.lectrical1, Education, and Med- icine. In 1892 there were I57 University students enrolled, there 1 were I5 professors and instructors, the total annual revenues were less than S40,000, the buildings were dilapidated, and the Uni- versity was in need of all things. During the last session, 1905-6, under his administration, there were enrolled 36l University stu- dents, there were 31 professors and instructors, and the total rev- enues of the University were over S580,000, with other funds available for new buildings to be erected. Besides these improve- ments, he had, after obtaining the written approval of a majority of the board, secured in l905 the offer of a handsome library building from Mr. Andrew Carnegie, which offer was afterwards declined by the board. He secured from individual friends in and out of the State funds for the Summer School, and for prizes and other current needs of the institution. Chancellor Fulton has been thrice honored with the degree of Doctor of Laws, holding this honor from the University of Nash- ville, South Carolina College, and the University of Alabama. Dr. Fulton has been prominent in all educational work in and out of the State. He took the initiative in organizing the National As- sociation of State Universities, including the presidents of forty State universities, and was for live successive years elected pres- ident of the association, which at its meeting in November, l905, had the presidents of thirty-nine State universities present. He was president of the Richmond meeting of the Southern Educational Association, and was president of the Department of Higher Edu- cation, of the National Educational Association, at its Los Angeles meeting, of which association he is a director and a member of the Council. He is a member of a number of scientific societies, and a fellow by election of the American Association for the Advance- ment of Science. He is an elder in the Presbyterian Church, and has represented his Church on several occasions in the General As- sembly and in the Pan-Presbyterian Alliance. He is a member of the Executive Committee of the Mississippi Historical Society, and a trustee of the Department of Archives and History, and was an active member of the State commission in charge of the geolog- ical survey of Mississippi. One who was long actively associated with him in the Uni- versity of Nlississippi characterizes him as "scholarly, yet practicalg versatile, yet accurate, energetic, tactful, and systematicg Chancel- lor Fulton, in addition to his thorough acquaintance with the history and needs of the University, possesses a combination of gifts and attainments which fits him in a high degree for the office which he has filled so ably." , ' The Board of Trustees of the University on April 3, l906, adopted the following, which is of record: "Resolved, That the Board of Trustees extends to Chancellor Fulton its entire confidence, and unhesitatingly pronounces him to be eminently worthy of the exalted position he holds in the University of Mississippi." A sim- ilar regard was expressed by the Faculty of the University of last October, and by hundreds of those who had been students under him in the University. In his college days Chancellor Fulton was a member of the Chi Psi Fraternity, which has had no chapter at the University for many years. Without bias or prejudice in his administration, he strove to be just to all, and was ever the friend of the poor boy struggling for an education. The Alumni Loan Fund was founded at his instance. Still in full vigor, he has taken up the administra- tion of the affairs of the noted Miller School in Virginia, founded for this class of boys, who have always had his interest and sympathy. That he had to face and overcome many difficulties in his great work at the University of Mississippi goes without saying. His deep and abiding interest in the main purpose of his work, the ad- vancement of the University of Mississippi in all that makes for the uplift of the State, left no place in his mind for bitterness toward any who differed with him or strove against his work. No change of affairs can mar the record of his achievements for his Alma Mater, every blade of grass and every stone on whose grounds, as well as every person connected with her, he was known to love. W. 5?-1 f'-1 0 ff ,,.e- 'K -. A I3 'o ' 4 vu 's 7. 0 A ' x ,L i. A - O L ' o 'F ' N ' f H.. x h ' Q . - + 1 ' .: 2 Q 1 . v ' ' x ' Q I S 5 Q w K -4,6 4 s' 1 J- -1 W l ' I'-'J - , 4' k --'Z' TMR ..,:, , an' tl IK 5 ,von 'U , . , . . ff ' I 5- Eb E, 525. 4 1" ' ,Q .I ', , 4' ' 'I . fx . ' lla ' '1- 1 4 g ' 4...,, . zu. . . . A V . v 1 1 W. . W I 114, W A P s ffl a ' X '. pl ,. :QW WN fl o' 'Y - "fi 'L-1-2' in-,.' . - . -.- f'1:aS I 'L vu, ,. 7 -ff. X O SF TO MY ALIVIA BIATER. 'Tis ages-yes, ages, for it seemeth so, Since thy walls gave shelter to me, And the whispering winds their lullabies low Sung to the silent trees, And sung because their hearts were filled With love for you and for me. I was a child, a thoughtless child, When first I came to thee, And wandered blindly here and there, 'Till I learned to love and to see, To love the priceless gifts thou hast, And gladly offered me. And the years passed swiftly, too swiftly by, While I labored and lived with thee, And the day rushed in with maddening haste That brought a summons for meg That brought a summons from a pitiless hand, And used its power on me. But the winds in the trees bring sweet memories Of all the dear days with thee, And the stars in the skies, heaven's own bright eyes, Are ever reminders to me Of the old precious days when, joyous with praise, I labored and worried for thee. Marvin H olloman Brown, '02 I I5 EDITORIAL BOARD, "OLE MISS," 1907. Editor-in-Chief .' ' JOHN BOYD WEBB, O K if Literary Department: MISS SARAH WALTON HUMPHREYS, X 0 FRED MARSHALL WITTY, dr A 0 Statistics: CLAUDE E. HILL, K A Quips and Quirlfs: PAUL PURCELL LINDHOLM, E A E Business Manager: HOLLIS CLIFTON RAwLs, EX I I6 Art Department: Miss CHRISTINE JOHNSON, A A A WALTER SIDNEY BOBO, A A11 Athletics: JOHN BOLIVAR PERKINS, A T A Secretary of Board : THEODORE TRIMMIER MCCARLEY, AKE EDITORIAL BOARD. WEBB. BOBO. LIND HOLM. PERKINS. MCCARLEY MISS HUMPHREYS. HILL. MISS JOHNSON. RAXVLS. W'ITTY. A PRAYER. Occasionecl by the sight of the tottering heroes of Shiloh, G tty burg, Appomattox, etc., who wait for the summons at Beauvoir, the sun-kissed, flower-laden haven provided for them by a loving, horgoring aggregation, the U. S. C. V. Crim, gray, and gaunt, With palsied frame they stand- Battle-scarred "johnny Reins," The flonfr of the land. Sad, sere, and sighing, With steely nerve they wait For "Ad sum," yea, the solemn Note their funeral gait. Bolved, bent, and hrolgen, Their race is almost o'er,' Cod give them rest and comfort And joy, forevermorc! Amen! I8 ops- H. W. S "7 a 1-5-L' r, A-JQ'5'l. ' ,,, J' 'ff' ifpegflf' 7 . "J 4 ffrlii' as 1-wi, .5 t:1'1:.,x, ti," .4 I9 ni.. Kk 1 .I 3- 4, QYL1 Q kb 4 O . .' I L 1' . 91' I ..- Al .. . .. J 1" xi, .il .M .,- 4 lv n A V .9 7 'Q -L . C: 'wi N 0 - Y 5 no 6-0, .,- r A uf 4. VICE-CHANCELLOR ALFRED HUME INSTRUCTORS AND OFFICERS. ALFRED HUME, CE., D.Sc., Vice-Chancellor of lhe University Professor of Mathematics and Astronomy. RICHARD MARION LEAVELI., MA., LL.D., Professor of Men- tal and Moral Philosophy, Logic, antl Political Economy. CHILES CLIFTON FERRELI., MA., Ph.D., Professor of Moel- ern Languages. ALEXANDER LEE BONDURANT, M.A., Professor of Latin Lan- guage and Literature. JOHN GREER DEUPREE, M.A., LL.D., Professor of Greek Lan guage and Literature. FRANKLIN L. RILEY, M.A., Ph.D., Professor of History. 9 THOMAS K. SOMERVILLE, LL.B., LL.D., Professor of Law, Dean of Law Department. JOHN WESLEY JOHNSON, M.A., Ph.D., Professor of Physics and Electrical Engineering. WALLER S. LEATI-IERS, M.D., Professor of Biology and Dean of Medical Department. WALTER HUGH DRANE, AB., MA., Professor of Civil En- gineering. THOMAS P. BAILEY, Ph.D., Professor of Psychology and Ap- pliecl Psychology. EULA DEATON, M.A., Dean of Yvomen, and Head of Ricks Hall. INSTRUCTORS AND OFFICERS. CCOntinued.j JAMES B. BULLITT, M.A., M.D., Professorbof Anatomy, Pathol- ogy, ancl Bacteriology. PETER W. ROWLAND, M.D., Professor of Materia Medica and Hygiene. DAVID Horu-rcs BISHOP, M.A., Professor of English Language and Literature and Rhetoric. ANTHONY MOULTRIE'MUCKENFUSS, A.M., Ph.D., Professor of Chemistry, General ancl Analytical. CALVIN S. BROWN, M.A., D.Sc., Ph.D., Associate Professor of Romance Languages. EPI-IRAIM N. LOWE, NLD., Acting Professor of Geology and Assistant in Biology. JAS. H. DORROI-I, B.E., Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering. I-ION. JEHU A. ORR, MA., LL.D., HON. W. T. FALKNER, LL.B., Lecturers on Common and Statute Laws. ' STARK YOUNG, M.A., Assistant in English. H. W. ODUM, A.B., M.A., Assistant in Latin. I. C. NICHOLS, B.S., Assistant in Mathematics. DUDLEY Hows MILES, A.B., Assistant in Rhetoric. I I 5 I ' INSTRUOTORS AND OFFICERS. CCo11tinued.J GEO. L. PADDISON, Assistant in Chemistry. WALTER SIDNEY BOBO. C J- C- JOHNSON. B-A-. FCUOW in EC0I10miCS and HiSl0fy- WILLIAM I. HARGIS, JR., Student Associates in Physzcs and Elec. l E.. C. HIGHTOWER, B.A., Director in Gymnasium. trical Engineering. ' OTHER OFFICERS. MRS. L. M. HUNT, Librarian. JAMES E. CALHOUN, Secretary to the Chancellor. ' D. L. Ross, Business Manager, A. BROWN, Y. M. C. A. Secretary. I' DAVID H. BISHOP, Secretary of the Faculty. J. R. SHINAULT, Superintendent of Power Plant. I . V . Ii 24 , - FACULI Y. if C9 K I I XR xp Q. PADDISON. J. W. JOHNSON. ROWLAND. SOMERVILLE. LEAVELL. YOUNG. BAILEY. RILEY. LEATHERS. JOHNSON BONDURANT. ODUM. FERRELL. MISS DEATON. BISHOP. MILES. BROWN DORROH. DEUPREE. HUME. DRANE. BULLITT. NICHOLS. MUCKENFUSS. HON. HON. HON. HON. HON. HON. HON. HON. HON. C. KENDR!CK. . . W. A. BELK.. . JOHN L. HEBRON, JR A. T. ROANE. . . W. E. BASKIN. . J. D. MCKIE.. . W. F. TUCEER. . . J. W. GEORGE. . J. W. MILLER. . BOARD OF TRUSTEES. His Excellency, GOV. K. VARDAMAN, Ex-Offcio President. . . . . . . . . . . . .Kendrick HON T. C. HOLMES. . . . Hernando . . .Holly Springs HON M. M. EVANS. . . . . . . . . .ML Olive . . . .Greenville HON J. W. T. FALKNER. . . .Oxford . . . .Grenada HON. A. S. MORRISON. . . . .Grenada . . .Meridian HON. C. M. WILLIAMSON. . . .Jackson . .. --Biloxi HON. ROBT. POWELL.. . .Jackson . . . .Woodville HON. T. T. SENTER. . . Columbus . . . .. .. .. .. .. ..Yazoo City HON. M. ACKER... .. . .. ..Aberdeen State Superintendent H. L. WHITFIELD, ex-officio. . . .Jackson Treasurers. . . . .Jackson HON. W. D. PORTER. . . . . .Oxford Secretary of the Board. HON.W.D.PORTER............... ....Oxford 26 CHANCELLOR-ELECT JAMES B. ASWELL DEDICATION In recognition of masterly ability and untiring efforts in the cause of Public Education in Louisiana and of high-minded character and generous spirit, this, the seventh volume of Gumbo, is respectfully dedicated to The Hon. James B. Aswell, State Superintendent of Education. -From "Gumbo," L. S. U. Annual, '06 28 PATA 'MJ 29 Sn: - Q rr' 11.m:.n -'. . ,-v:' - In , - 1 5 'f-w.n:..,cr. I 1 ' 74 M-'T' v L ' 'Lv . 1:f?5LW-f . -4 'M -'f -f .' 1:-54 .'-, ' , -.,,.,, I " H. JQ,,411" , 43 . ,A W1 ' f ' . r .H a1.'- 5 ' I A V . WA 1 ' Eh'y'oN.,.v . ' ,,' .ff-f. A' 3.5! x. 1:-,-1.1 I Q ? pg A L .J-:fe , - r' ." .,g,9'.-r. , my ,, , ,' ,-..'i.! .1 "'f. 4 ,, , '- ' ' " . I . 1' .w , f f ul? ' N. ' A u A ., x. . .,6 ., 5 . , 3- A IC. -.A.4.,'-? .. A q,K 1-,z',s ik V4 n. .,,., 1. Q, 1 ., lk U '. ,s .-.iv ,4 -- , . X A K. .N -1 '.- Q v '- '7'3,"C.' K'-f A , l-1 - 'J314 'S "'7 vf4'!nf' G , -' L57 g A pf- Mx' - - A -' .1 u.. 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JAMES MILTON ACKER, BENJAMIN ARCHER TUCKER. ANDREW WOOD. Class of 1909. C . A lass of 1.908 BOOTHE FREDERICK OLIVER, RICHARD CAPEL BECKETT, Jr., ROBERT IJINCKNEY LAKE, EDWARD CLYDE WRIGHT. 'LAURA CHAMBLISS CANON. 33 DELTA KAPPA EPSILON FRATERNITY. I ' fFounded at Yale in 1844.1 COLORS: Crimson, Azure, and Cold. F LO WER : Pansy. PUBLICATION: "The Delia Kappa Epsilon Quarterly." - ROLL OF ACTIVE CHAPTERS. Phi-Yale University, I844. Theta--Bowdoin College, IS44. Xi-Colby University, IS45. Sigma-Amherst University, l846. Gamma--Vanderbilt University, IS47. Psi-University of Alabama, IS47. Upsilon-Brown University, l850. Chi-University of Mississippi, l350. Beta-University of North Carolina, I85I. Eta-University of Virginia, l852. Kappa-Miami University, l852. Lambda-Kenyon College, l852. Pi-Dartmouth College, IS53. Iota-Central University of Kentucky, IS53. Alpha Alpha-Middleburg College, IS54. Omicron-University of Michigan, l855. Epsilon-Williams College, IB55. Rho-Lafayette College, l855. Tau-Hamilton College, 1856. Mu-Colgate University, IS56. Nu--College of City of New York, l856. Beta Phi-University of Rochester, I856. Phi Chi-Rutgers College, l86I. Psi Phi-De Pauw University, I866. Gamma Phi-Wesley University, IS67. Psi Omega-Rennselaer Polytechnic Institute, IS67. Beta Chi-Western Reserve College, 1868. Delta Chi-Cornell University, 1870. Delta Delta-Chicago University, I87l. Phi Gamma-Syracuse University, l87I. C-amma Beta-Columbia College, l874. Theta Zeta-University of California, l876. Alpha Chi--Trinity College, l879. Phi Epsilon--University of Minnesota, 1890. Sigma Tau-Massachusetts Institute of Techn Tau Lambda-Tulane University, l898. Alpha Phi--University of Toronto, l898. Delta Kappa--University of Pennsylvania, I Tau Alpha-McC-ill University, l900. ology, I 890 898. Sigma Rho-Leland Stanford, Jr., University, l90l. Delta Pi-University of Illinois, l904. Rho Delta-University of Wisconsin, l906. ALUMNI Delta Kappa Epsilon Association of New York City. Delta Kappa Epsilon Association of New England. Northwestern Association of Delta Kappa Epsilon. Delta Kappa Epsilon Association of Detroit. Delta Kappa Epsilon Association of Pacific Coast. Delta Kappa Epsilon Association of Washington. Delta Kappa Epsilon Association of Rhode Island. Delta Kappa Epsilon Association of Buffalo. Delta Kappa Epsilon Association of Kentucky. Delta ,Kappa Delta Eastern New Epsilon Association of Cleveland. Kappa Epsilon Club of the Northwest. York Association of Delta Kappa Epsilon. Delta Kappa Epsilon Club of Rochester. Delta Kappa Epsilon Club of Connecticut. Chattanooga Southern Association of Delta Kappa Epsilon. ASSOCIATIONS. 1l . Mississippi Valley Alumni Association of Delta Kappa Epsilon. Western Michigan Association of Delta Kappa Epsilon. Harvard Association of Delta Kappa Epsilon. Delta Kappa Epsilon Association of Central New York. Delta Kappa Epsilon Association of Indiana. Mountain Association of Delta Kappa Epsilon. Western Massachusetts Delta Kappa Epsilon Alumni Asso- ciation. Wisconsin Alumni Association of Delta Kappa Epsilon. Delta Kappa Epsilon Association of Central Tennessee Delta Kappa Epsilon Association of Memphis. Delta Kappa Epsilon Association of Texas. Delta Kappa Epsilon Association of the State of Washington. Ohio Valley Association of Delta Kappa Epsilon. 35 DELTA KAPPA EPSILON CHAPTER House 37 1 , , 1 ,:,'- , X P. IW -F-1,-, v p mf X YY. 'Q ' ". Ing .vwivlw N- ' t, r 5 . it, ,rf .1 f ' .- 1 Jin xy' ' . ' , 4 A 1 yi . ,v,. .AV 114' ,v,4v'4.:'r1-ll" U, ", y .X ' ' A" 5 ' nd 'J ' . .L ill Y ' N' v 1"f,a'f- - z.' V , 1 . .. ...X 1 v 1'v',w.:f' ' 1 'M f"':s--Y..." "" '- K 4 ff, 1' "+"'-" f9..,-H+ J-r. , f ' 1 . wff-' '. 1" 'Hr' ' ' ' N'-5,1 A fl 'Iv 153' , I F4 ' .' 4 'ff-1'. J." 1 " . -gr. 4: ,LK 1. . 1 ,II-. .' 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I s -"QV n ff 1 x , rw l, .1 7'1s'7gf1 'G' " fu, 'W ' ly'4g.Qf .' yt, .'f. Isl ,vxdbfsl ! 'h ,L -,,. .1 I Qf 11 am' '15 x i: Q ' 'f A I ,-, .. H' ' '-4 UQ . - 4 m JL ,I vffpffh f NL., .,l DELTA PSI FRATERNITY. F- . BOBO. LEE.. REED MORGAN. BUFORD. BOLTON. O . N ,f-. .5 I ' 13' O 4 . n 5 35' I: 1-it f U' A' . 5 A ' nmn' 4 .a " 9 A . ' 2,5 W ,A I th- 1 'fr' x J E51 ' ' , P ,- f-,gif . ,A t L+? 1 Ox .-'uk I N k. Y 4 L ,+I .Y .ffffl 'l"'n if DELTA PSI FRATERNITY-PHI CHAPTER. CEstablished in 18554 FRATER IN FACULTATE. RICHARD MARION LEAVELL, M.A., LL.D. ' FRATRES IN URBE. SCIENCE, LITERATURE, AND ARTS JAMES E. PORTER, ' Class of 1907. WM. VAN AMBERG SULLIVAN, JOHN EDWARD REED, Jr., JOHN R- STOWERS, WALTER SYDNEY BOBO. I D. E. PORTER, GAYLE C. BEANLAND. Class of 1908: ROBERT CHARLES LEE, Jr., FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE. JAMES LAKE ROBERSON, LAW. CLARENCE RICHARD BOLTON ERNEST ALEXANDER BUFORD, '08, C1085 Of 1909- CLARENCE EDWARD MORGAN, '08, MARCELLUS GREEN, Jr. 4I i i . V 1 3 ZDELTA PSI FRATERNITY ' QFounclecl at Columbia College., 1 ACTIVE CHAPTERS. Alpha-Columbia University. l Delta-University of Pennsylvania. 5 Epsilon-Trinity College. ' Lambda-Williams College. i Upsilon-University of Virginia. l ' Phi-University of Mississippi. 2 Sigma-Yale, Sheffield Scientific School. Tau-Massachusetts Institute of Technology I Q l Y l I 42 I i l A .5 . Y az,-, ,m,.,3, - V. - 'fm , . , x . DELTA Psi CHAPTER House . . Q J- .x I -l M 1 I 0 v A. I . I R Q 1 vt'-,QYL . N Q52 'A K u4.. . . .pl 4 Q ' A x A I " VK' 0 v s 'Q gs , A . 1 ' its I 4 PSSA f I . .Y . '.l 'U ' N . 5 H 6 u - 'L' . ' n -Q- .1-PJ. fp A ELLL7 TTAEZI-.1 v Q . 5. -,LW . A.'A159sFg .L,. 'V xl . v 5 4 L. I K 1 1 .,1 - J I' L 1 .F VIP f v f 5025 . , v- Q . - 4 W .. 1 , " 'n '-'y . ,-u, L n' p6--- . ' v - 1. , 1,- 5. . . " . ' 21: ..3 1 - -f Vw Q. ., -4 4 ' v 0. ' J' 9' ' '.-Vw ,-7 ,f "' 'o , , . .A-Q ,..v..A-.., , ' . fri, .1-'sA."' '- . A W - 4 ' 'N --. 5. J x , J T?.7'F1s 'A Rfk 4' , ' I5 an-5 Q! - 4. . 9 1. -.I ' W A Naam .- -1 ' ffgxd 1 , 1 Q - 'dw -, .C r . , ..- - ,r- n , IL 'O X -' ' ,f 3 3' "' I 1 va 45' --E., f 5 ,, s-. ae:-'Q 'Ve'-3 ' , Q 7 yffs- '-A-. NG? I rf'-15+ .,.,x u V' 4. f' . '. --- n..:. ' , N ., 'X ga 71' .,,.,. , ' Y Nia 'I 7 y A ,. 'SA-i"1.' ., . -'s ,avr vw., 1 vi. , J f-f. 4:45 1 -,,-,. - M... -. ., ,,..,',f ,-1 X- n',":-V ,.., 'Q , ,W uf. PHI KAPPA PSI. HUNT. TEMPLE. JOHNSTON. TYNES WILLIAMS. TAYLOR. FARLEY. SCOTT. HAMPTON . , WEBB. BROWNE. MISSISSIPPI ALPHA OF PHI KAPPA PSI. fCharterecl 1857.3 n FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE. Class of 1908. LA W, LEONARD EUGENE FARLEY, B.S. WARREN LEE SCOTT, '07. WILBURN EDGAR HAMPTON, B.S. . JAMES MERIWETHER TAYLOR, B.A. M I , , EANS JOHNSTON 08 WILLIAM ALEXANDER TEMPLE, B.S SCIENCE, LITERATURE, AND ARTS. Class of 1909. A 'CIGSS Of I907- HUGI-I ZOLLICOFFER BROWNE, B.S. AUVERGNE WILLIAMS, B.A. DANIEL HUNT, B.S. JOHN BOYDXWEBB, B.A. WALTER AUGUSTUS TYNES, B.S. 47 I PHI KAPPA PSI FRATERNITY. QFounded at Washington and Jefferson College, Washington, Pennsylvania, February I9, l852.J ilii. COLORS: Pink and Lavender. FLOWER: Slveet Pea. PUBLICA TIONJ "The Shield." CHAPTERS. District 1. District 11. Pennsylvania Alpha-Washington and Jefferson College. New Hampshire Alpha-DRIIIIIOIIII1 College. Pennsylvania Beta-Allegheny College. Massachusetts Alpha--Amherst College. Pennsylvania Gamma--Bucknell University. Rhode Island Alpha-Brown University. Pennsylvania Epsilon-Gettysburg College. N Y k Al h C0 ll U - - Pennsylvania Zeta-Dickinson College. ew or P a- me nfverslty' Pennsylvania Eta-Franklin and Marshall College. New York Betagyracuse qnwerslty' u Pennsylvania Theta-Lafayette College. New York Gamma-Columbia University. Pennsylvania Iota-University of Pennsylvania. New York Epsilon-Colgate University, Pennsylvania KaPPa'Swanhm0re College' New York Zeta-Brooklyn Polytechnic Institute ALUMNI ASSOCIATIONS. E. t , P . as onjohzston, pa. ALUMNI ASSOCIATIONS. A Lancasisiiialiiiilie, Pa. Boston' NSS" Y k C. N Y Philadelphia, Pa. ew or 'ty' ' ' pittsbmg, pa. Buffalo, N. Y. Sunbury. Pa. Syracuse. N. Y. 48 CHAPTERS-CONTINUED. District Ill. Maryland Alpha-Johns Hopkins University. Virginia Alpha-University of Virginia. Virginia Beta-Washington and Lee University. West Virginia Alpha-University of West Virginia. Mississippi Alpha-University of Mississippi. Tennessee Delta-Vanderbilt University. Texas Alpha--University of Texas. ALUMNI ASSOCIATIONS. Washington, D. C. Baltimore, Md. ' District IV. District V. Ohio Alpha-Qhio Wesleyan University, Wisconsin Alpha-University of Wisconsin Ohio Beta-Wittenbur Universi Wisconsin Gamma-Beloit College. 3 W- Ohio Delta-University of Ohio. Ohio Epsilon-Case School of Applied Science. Indiana Alpha--De Pauw University. Minnesota Beta-University of Minnesota. Iowa Alpha-University of Iowa. Indiana Beta-University of Indiana. Kansas Alpha-'University Of Kansas- Indiana Delta-Purdue University. - Nebraska Alpha-University of Nebraska. 111111015 Alpha-N01'1hWC51C111 U111VCfS1fY- California Beta-Leland Stanford, Jr., University. Illinois Beta-University of Chicago. Illinois Delta-University of Illinois. Michigan Alpha-University of Michigan. California Gamma-University of California. ALUMNI ASSOCIATIONS. ALUMNI ASSOCIATIONS. San Francisco Cal. Chicago, III. Anderson, Ind. Denver' Colo' cincinnati, ohio. Kansas City, N10- Cleveland, Ohio. Iowa City, Ia. SP1'111Sf1CId. Ohio. Minneapolis, Minn. Indianapolis, Ind. Bucyrus, Ohio. Columbus, Ohio. Newark. Ohio. Portland, Ore' 'l'olecIo, Ohio. Seattle. Wash 49 Duluth, Minn. Omaha, Neb. . 4 , . 1 1 1 L" v - , s f 1 . . , y ' u .1 v r , .. . . . r . A ' x f . v' ' , . ,... .- - .1 . !l,,Y ,v 'I -.,'f'..', 1 . rl ..!' ffytr .0 1 K I 1 I i N w i I .-9 ad ' N '14 4, fl If 'f P 1 ,Li -V Q 1 A o :I 'v me I 4 K I ' "'F'-U?" I I " 'Ts " .QE ?g,"-fzgfgf. A K.,-KL I-1'5"E,r,' 1 n -' '4 -. ,eil L- if U -'fu ' . V3 C . n ..,.. '1 , ' ' I . 'Q-tw, .1 'Q ' 4 .'-if - ..,.,fV 4., y ku, . + 71 1"'f4Q,y1'C-. 4 'x . , x ,4-f rf--an I 3' V . 5 'A?'A' .-? m :':'Q7.V' I f 'ffff .- ' 457' ' 5' 1 ' 'fvf' '- Q? r A ' Q 3 A' 1 In 4 ,. K+., y v ,D . , 2 I -4 O -- I N .I A ,a r ' Q .YR 'gf im, -all fl' l ' - 'D I " 'I ' .- Y- .. . P s . . - 7 '11, . 'EFL '14 ' "" , y ru 1 . , ' , - , -1. . W 1 . . , I. Q 1 , - -:ff W . Q +g, ,.f-1 V . 'Q ' 'li X 14,7 in-.J .a..,-4g -f1'?"jf .ti J-5 .- u V qtkni- - vuf- I '.f".P" ,I-. Iu- .3 ' :xi s '1 . A 6115 -'ef' .-1, . ' :".f' r'w'.., J -4 SIGMA CI-II. Q9 'I "1 2 A , :HY , i' 319' 2 ' :A gg sf -- ,,,A'- , I., ,. ,Y " P , - , -"'1 '- . .1 " xr:-" "A -QI' '+ Q " ' ,Q.uz..4a,...:.,- .. ..-, A i ,,.,, ..g-. - CRITTENDEN. E.. ELLIS. HATHORN. LEAVELL. COLLIER. STATON. BIGHAM. HUCGINS. CALHOUN. MEADERS. RATCLIFFE. MCDONALD. RAWLS. BREWER. KNOX gf . , B ' I 1 1 . ' u 0. I NAU, OJ ' Q ,.L. 4 N wh: . ,J I Y 'r f ..' U ' 'V AXVQDIQ. 1. P.. " 'g'7' 1-455: Q. 0 Cs' 5' '9 'Yin QP f' lf' ' .- All I , Y Y I .lt f ' 'lt 1.5-51' :Ng ETA CHAPTER OF SIGMA CHI. Uistablished in l855.J V FRATRES IN FACULTATE. STARK YQUNG, M.A. E.. N. Lows, M.D. 1 J. E. HOLMES, LL.B. FRATRES IN URBE. SCIENCE, LITERATURE, AND ARTS. BRADLEY KIMBROUGH. Class of 1907. L. P. LEAVELL. D, E, STATON, CAPT. W. A. ROANE. Class of I O8 DR. A. A. YOUNG.' N. C. BREWER. 9 ' D. M. K1MBRoUcH. J. E. CALHOUN. H. H. WALTON. C. CO1-UBR- A. L. ELLIS. FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE. C. P. HUGGINS. LA W. I. C. KNOX. Class of 1907. G. W. LEAVELL. H C RAWLS E.. L. MEADERS . F. C. HATHORN. Class of I9O9' D L Ross. C. S. BIGHAM. ' ' ' J. A. CRITTENDEN. C1053 of IQO8. ELLIS- E. I-l. RATCLIFFE, Jr. W. P. MCDONALD. 53 L SIGMA CHI FRATERNITY. flfoundecl at Miami in 1847.5 -l......-.-n-. COLORS: Old Cold and Bluef - FLOWER: The White Rose. PUBLICATIONS: First Province. Alpha Chi-Pennsylvania State College. Epsilon-George Washington University. Theta-Pennsylvania College. Kappa--Bucknell University. Omicron--Dickinson College. Phi+Lafayette College. Alpha Rho-Lehigh University. Phi Phi-University of Pennsylvania Second Province. Zeta-Washington and Lee University. Psi-University of Virginia. - Third Province. Alpha-Miami University. Beta-University of Wooster. Gamma-Ohio Wesleyan University. Mu-Denison University. Alpha Gamma-Ohio State University. Zeta Zeta-Central University. :maya ::::r.-- -14.43-1 -v.,1:ta-A-Ire --- -Spani-7. "Sigma 'Chi Quarterly" and "The Bulletinf' ROLL OF CHAPTERS. Leta Psi--University of Cincinnati. ' Lambda Lambda-Kentucky State College Mu Mu--West Virginia University. Fourth Province. Lambda-Indiana University. Xi-De Pauw University. Rho-Butler College. Chi-Hanover College. Delta Delta-Purdue University. Fifth Province. Omega-Northwestern University. Alpha Zeta-Beloit College. Iota--Illinois Wesleyan University. Lambda-University of Wisconsin. Pi-Albion College. Sigma--University of Minnesota. Theta-University of Michigan. Alpha Alpha Alpha Alpha Theta Kappa Kappa-University of Illinois. Omicron Omicron-University of Chicago. 54 ROLL OF CHAPTERS-CoNTrNUED. I J Sixth I rovince. Alpha Epsilon-University of Nebraska. Alpha Xi-University of Kansas. Beta Gamma-Colorado College. Xi Xi-University of the State of Missouri Alpha Eta-State University of Iowa. Tau Tau-Washington ,University. Beta Delta-University of Montana. Seventh Province. Eta-University of Mississippi. Alpha Nu-University of Texas. Alpha Omicron-'Iiulane University. Alpha Psi-Vanderbilt University. Omega Omega-University of Arkansas. Eighth Province. Alpha Beta-University of Califomia. Alpha Upsilon-University of Southern California. Alpha Omega-Leland Stanford, Jr., University. Upsilon Upsilon-University of Washington. Ninth Province. Alpha Alpha-Hobart College. lita lita-Dartmouth College. Nu N u-Columbia University. Alpha Theta-Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Alpha Phi-Cornell University. Rho Rho-University of Maine. Psi Psi--Syracuse University. ALUMNI CHAPTERS. Boston, Mass. Nashville, Tenn. Philadelphia, Penn. Baltimore, Md. f New Orleans, La. Peoria, III. Chicago, Ill. r New York, N. Y. Pittsburg, Penn. Cincinnati, Ohio. St. Louis, Mo. Memphis, Tenn. Columbus, Ohio. St. Paul, Minn. Kansas City, Kas. Denver, Colo. San Francisco, Cal. Los Angeles, Cal Indianapolis, Ind Washington, Wilwaukee, Wrs ALUMNI ASSOCIATIONS. State of Washington. Detroit, Michigan. Western New York. 55 .I x I g, . ' LYA ' x - '. '.. 1-'. .,4,"7 x 1 1 .1 '1.' Q 1'. x ' F v .' ' ,B F' x .N x 'Y h' N 7 AW ' - 2-' -L- Y rd , .J l .A'.'-gi, '- -N-' - 3 -1' . . , f- ,Q - , A . - F .yt 1, 1 h 1 ' .1 I 1 'Q' - 4 r ,-.-. ,. 1..f, , .4 I, 4 . 'N . fv? lb C' 1 , . , .. A . 4. ' -IP -, , i A- I I , si '- ' ll, -. f-.Y . 1 4 .1 Q-, I, s "K I ' vuq .G f Lv' 42:-5' 4 ral. -.., x ...4 11'-R" . '4 "A --we-.1 'ig ' x iff . - '.,.L4,' 1 4' lf' 4' ..-'g'L ' r 0. .-.,. J", l 'AJ' :QQ 1 ' s '-Q ASX. ,- .- ,U 'l"f1ifl"7'.f- Ll .1- SIGMA CHI CHAPTER Housa 57 2, Q: I ff: g 1 A Q 3 Y JA Y. -Y 'Vi ' V WF 7 ' ',yV,"3i 'N Q ,:Z+fr W x H r1 Q-fx.:-f :-1--A fa 1 V 247 W f ay? W f X .I if - ' Q7 1 A4' ' 1 N 'ibn SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON. ,qs -'I X i .if 4 Q . C. C., HIGHTOWER. DAXVSON. MCLEOD. MCDONNELL. TROTTER. STUBBLEFIELD. G. HIGHTONVER. ELMER. MITCHELL DEAN. LINDHOLM. HANEY. MCKNIGI-IT. BEALL. """1te:: "I,-ff"- ' it' ' 'QL . I f fri 4 I I I H v SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON-IVIISSISSIPPI GAMMA. fflstablished in I 866.1 FRATRE5 IN URBE- EDMUND GAINES I-IICHTOWER, BA., MA., '07. MURRAY C. FALKNER. WILLIAM ARCHIBALD. SCIENCE, LITERATURE, AND ARTS. H. VASSER SOMERVILLE. LEM .E. OLDHAM. Class of IQO7. PAUL PURCELL LINDHOLM. WILLIAM LEAVELL. WILLIAM REID MCBRIDE. Class of 1908. JAMES STONE' Jr' LOUIE NAPOLEON MITCHELL. FRATER IN FACULTATE. SIMON PETER STUBBLEFIELD. DAVID HORACE BISHOP, M.A. JOSIAH ROWAN HANEY' Jr' CHARLIE COUNCE HlGilTOWER. FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE. ERIC ALLAN DAWSON- LA W. WALLACE NEAL MCLEOD. BEN STIGLER BEALL Class of 1907. THEODORE MCKNICI-IT, Jr. Class of 1909. CHARLES HERMON DEAN. AUGUSTUS HENRY MCDONNELL. JAMES CHESTER ELLMER. WALTER TROTTER, Jr. 6l 1 SIGINIA ALPHA EPSILON FRATERNITY. fFounded at the University of Alabama in IS56. Incorporated 1906.5 COLORS: Old Cold and Purple. FLOWERS: The Violet. PUBLICATIONS. "The Record" and "Pi Alpha" Cseeretj. ' , ACTIVE CHAPTERS. Province Alpha. Boston University CMassachusetts Beta Upsilonj, Boston. Massachusetts. Massachusetts Institute of Technology fMassachusetts Iota Taul, Boston, Mass. Harvard University flVlassachusetts GammaI, Cambridge, Massachusetts. ' Worcester Polytechnic Institute fMassachusetts Ueltal, Wor- cester, Mass. ' Trinity College fConnecticut Alphal, Hartford, Conn. University of Maine ClVlaine Alphaj, Orono, Maine. Province Bela. Cornell University QNew York Alphaj, Ithaca, N. Y. Columbia University fNew York MUD, New York, N. Y. l 62 St. Stephen's College CNew York Sigma Phil, Annandale- on-l-ludson, N. Y. Syracuse University fNew York Deltaj, Syracuse, N. Y. Allegheny College fPennsylvania Omegaj, Meadville, Pa. Dickerson College fPennsylvania Sigma Phil, Carlisle, Pa. Pennsylvania State College fPennsylvania Alpha Etal, State College, Pa. Bucknell University fPennsylvania Zetal, Lewisburg, Pa. Gettysburg College CPennsylvania Deltal, Gettysburg, Pa. University of Pennsylvania CPennsylvania Ihetaj, Phila- delphia, Pa. Province Gamma. George Washington University QWashington City Rhol, Washington, D. C. University of Virginia fVirginia Omicronl, Charlottesville, Virginia. ACTIVE CHAPTERS-CoNTiNUED. Washington and Lee University fVirginia Sigmal, Lexington, Virginia. University of North Carolina fNorth Carolina Xij, Chapel -lill N. C. Davidson College fNorth Carolina Thetal, Davidson, N. C. Wofford College QSouth Carolina Oammal, Spartanburg, south Carolina. Province Delta. Case School of Applied Science fOhio Rhol, Cleveland, O. University of Michigan fMichigan Iota Betaj, Ann Arbor, Vlichigan. - Adrian College CMichigan Alphaj, Adrian, Mich. Mt. Union College COhio Sigmal, Alliance, Ohio. Ohio Wesleyan University fOhio Deltal, Delaware, Ohio. University of Cincinnati COhio Epsilonl, Cincinnati, Ohio. Ohio State University fOhio Thetaj, Columbus, Ohio. Franklin College Qlndiana Alphal, Franklin, Incl. Purdue University flndiana Betal, Lafayette, Ind. Northwestern University flllinois Psi Omegal, Lvanston, lll. University of Indiana Clndiana Gamznal, Bloomington, lnd. University of Illinois flllinois Betal, Urbana, Ill. University ol Wisconsin fWisconsin Alphaj, Madison, Wis. University of Minnesota QMinnesota Alphaj, Minneapolis, burn, Alabama Polytechnic Institute fAlabama Alpha Muj, Au- Ala. Mercia University Kleorgia Psil, Macon, Ga. limory College fGeorgia lipsilonl, Oxford, Caa. Georgia School of Technology ffleorgia Phil, Atlanta, Ga. Province Zeta. University of Missouri fMissouri Alphaf, Columbia, Mo. Vfashington University fMissouri Betal, St. Louis, Mo. University of Nebraska CNebraska Lambda Phil, Lincoln, Nebraska. ville. Alto, University of Arkansas fArkansas Alpha Upsilonl, Fayette- Ark. University of Kansas Cliansas Alphaj,-Lawrence, Kas. University of Iowa Clowa Betaj, Iowa City, Iowa. Province bla. University of Colorado QColorado Chil, Boulder, Colo. Denver University fColorado Letaf, Denver, Colo. Leland Stanford, jr., University CCalifornia Alphaj, Palo Cal. University of California fCalifornia Betaj, Berkeley, Cal. Colorado School of Mines fColorado Lambdal, Golden, Cal. Province Theta. Yhnnesota, Louisiana State University ,fLouisiana Epsilonl, Baton University of Chicago Qlllinois Thetal, Chicago, Ill. Rouge. La- Tulane University fLouisiana fliau Upsilonl, New Orleans, Province Epsilon. Louisiana. University of Alabama fAlabama Muj, University, Ala. University of Mississippi fhflississippi Gammaj, University, Southern University QAlabama Iotaj, Greensborough, Ala. Mississippi. University of Georgia fGeorgia Betal, Athens, Ga. University of Texas fTexas Rhol, Austin, Texas. Province Iota. Central University fKentucky Kappaj, Richmond, Ky. Bethel College fKentucky Iotaj, Russellville, Ky. Kentucky State College QKentucky Epsilonj, Lexington, Ky. Southwestern Presbyterian University fliennessee Letal, Clarksville, Tenn. Boston, Mass. Augusta, Ca. Chicago, Ill. Knoxville, Tenn. Washington, D. C. Alliance, Ohio. Cleveland, Ohio. St. Louis, Mo. Greenville, S. C. Talladega, Ala. Schenectady, N. Y. Savannah, Ga. Chattanooga, Tenn. Detroit, Mich. Worcester, Mass. A '4l.- - - L - ACTIVE CHAPTERS-CONTINUED. Cumberland University fliennessee Lambdal, Lebanon, Te University of Tennessee ffennessee Kappal, Knoxville, Ten University of the South ffennessee Omegal, Sewanee, Te Tennessee. ALUMNI ASSOCIATIONS. Denver, Colo. ' Louisville, Ky. Philadelphia, Pa. Atlanta, Ca. New Orleans, La. Memphis, Tenn. Dayton, Ohio. Little Rock, Ark. Shreveport, La. Milwaukee, Wis. Lexington, Ky. Pittsburg, Pa. Kansas City, Mo. San Francisco, Cal. Wilmington, N. C. Macon, Ga. Florence, Ala. Cincinnati, Ohio. Birmingham, Ala. Madison, Wis. ' Washington, Ca. Adrian, Mich. New York City. Americus, Ga. Indianapolis, Ind. Los Angeles, Cal. luscaloosa, Ala. , 4 n I l U l I l l. -All 64 . Vanderbilt University flwennessee Nul, Nashville, Tenn. ' Southwestern Baptist University flqennessee litaj, ,lackso ' ,414 , , ,4, ' V gi . J s, f C22 ,p,t,p,, ,,Aji,V X 'lvwp Ryvgix' Qpmiil W ff' 3 35 : .: V If N. ,GL1 A Wh. X 5 x " 7 Q .A L 9 f ! .,, ,,w,x-.-HQ H gg,- x"4L,f I ,X N- ,f'f Q'1if.1' 'nm . :.'.?f9'41' C 89 PL T PHI DELTA TI-1 ETA. WITTY. JACKSON. JOE ALDRIDGE. HALL. BRAY. A STORM. BROWN. JONES. MCCABE. H. T. SMITH. HARDY. J. A. ALDRIDGF. SOMERVILLE. COLEMAN. BUCKLEY. NILES. SLEDCE. MISSISSIPPI ALPHA OF PHI DELTA THETA. Uistablished in l877.J FRATRES IN URBE.. 'll W. YATES, '87, RELBUE PRICE, '94. C. L. SIVLEY, '93, F RATRES IN UNIVERSITATE.. Class of 1907. Class Of IQO8. TONY ARNOLD HARDY, LL.B. ROBERT SOMERVILLE, Jr., LL.B. HENRY CLAY MCCABE, LL.B. NORFLEET RUFFIN SLEDGE, LL.B. EDWARD CLARKE COLEMAN, B.A. JASON ADAMS NILES' LLB' FRED MARSHALL WITTY B A HUGH THOMPSON BUCKLEY, B.S. ' ' ' JOE HALLIDAY ALDRIDGE, B.S. MAURICE BRAY, CE- LEMUEL DOTY JACKSON, B.S. I ROBERT SOMERVILLE, Jr., B.A. CLAUDE P. HENRY, C.E Class of 1909. LUcIUs POLK JONES, C.E.. CHARLES PHILIP HALL, C.E. RUNDLE SMITH, B.A. BURTON HORACE STORM, B.S. JOHN ATTLEBURY ALDRIDGE, B.S. HERBERT ASBURY CAMP, C.E.. HIRAM CORNELIUS HENRY, B.S. Special Studies. JAMES ARTHUR BROWN. 67 PHI DELTA THETA FRATERNITY. fFounded in l848 at Miami University., FLOWER: White Camation. C OLORS: Argent and Azure. PUBLICATIONS: "Scroll' and "Palladium" fsecrcll. COLLEGE CHAPTERS. Alpha Province. Quebec Alpha-McGill University, Montreal, Canada. Ontario Alpha-University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada. Maine Alpha-Colby College, Watewille, Me. New Hampshire Alpha-Dartmouth College, Hanover, N. H Vermont Alpha-University of Vermont, Burlinggon, Vt. Massachusetts Alpha-Williams College, Williamstown, Mass Massachusetts Beta-Amherst College, Amherst, Mass. Rhode Island Alpha-Brown University, Providence, R. I New York Alpha-Comell University, Ithaca, N. Y. New York Beta-Union University, Schenectady, N. Y. New York Delta-Columbia University, New York, N. Y. New York Epsilon-Syracuse University, Syracuse, N. Y. Pennsylvania Alpha-Lafayette College, Easton, Pa. Pennsylvania Beta-Pennsylvania College, Gettysburg, Pa. Pennsylvania Gamma-Washington and Jefferson College, Washington, Pa. Pennsylvania Delta-Allegheny College, Meadville, Pa. Pennsylvania Epsilon-Dickinson College, Carlisle, Pa. Pennsylvania Zeta-University of Pennsylvania, Philadel- phia, Pa. Pennsylvania Eta-Lehigh University, South Bethlehem, Pa. Pennsylvania Theta-Pennsylvania State College, State Col- lege, Pa. Beta Province. Virginia Beta-University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Va. Virginia Gamma-Randolph-Macon College, Ashland, Va. Virginia Zeta--Vlashington and Lee University, Lexington, Virginia. North Carolina Beta-University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, N. C. i f M COLLEGE CHAPTERS-CONTINUED. Camma Province. 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. Della Province. 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. Epsilon Province. Indiana Alpha--Indiana University, Bloomington, Ind. Indiana Beta-Wabash College, Crawfordsville, Ind. Indiana Gamma--Butler University, Irvington, Ind. Indiana Delta-Franklin College, Franklin, Incl. Indiana Epsilon-Hanover College, Hanover, Incl. Indiana Zeta-De Pauw University, Greencastle, Ind. Indiana Theta--Purdue University, West Lafayette, Ind. Zeta Province. Illinois Alpha-Northwestern University, Evanston, Ill. Illinois Beta-University of Chicago, Chicago, Ill. Illinois Delta-Knox College, Galesburg, Ill. Illinois Zeta-Lombard College, Galesburg, Ill. Illinois Eta-University of Illinois, Champaign, Ill. Wisconsin Alpha-University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. Minnesota Alpha- University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, lnnesota. Iowa Alpha-Iowa Wesleyan University, Mount Pleasant, Iowa. Iowa Beta-University of Iowa, Iowa City, Ia. 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, Kas. Nebraska Alpha-University of Nebraska, Lincoln, Neb. South Dakota Alpha-University of South Dakota, Ver- milion, S. Dak. Colorado Alpha-University of Colorado, Boulder, Colo. Eta Province. Georgia Alpha-University of Georgia, Athens, Ga. Georgia Beta--Emory College, Oxford, Ga. Georgia Gamma-Nlercer 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. Theta Province. Mississippi Alpha-University of Mississippi, University, Mississippi. Louisiana Alpha-Tulane University, New Orleans, La. Texas Beta-University of Texas, Austin, Texas. Texas Gamma-Southwestern University, Georgetown, Tex. Iota Province. California Alpha-University of California, Berkeley, Cal. California Beta-Leland Stanford, Jr., University, Stanford University, Cal. Kappa Province. Washington Alpha-University of Washington, Seattle, Wash. ALUMNI CLUBS. Annual Alumni Day, March I5tl1. Waterw'ille, Maine. Schenectady, N. Y. Burlington, Vt. Pittsburg, Pa. Boston, Mass. Philadelphia, Pa. Harvard University. Warren, Pa. Providence, R. I. Baltimore, Md. New York, N. Y. Washington, D. C. Syracuse, N. Y. Richmond, Va. Columbus, Ohio. Indianapolis, Ind. Athens, Ohio. Crawfordsville, Ind. Toledo, Ohio. Elkhart and Goshen, Ind. Hamilton, Ohio. Madison, Incl. Oxford, Ohio. Lafayette, Ind. Detroit, Mich. Bloomington, Ind. Franklin, Ind. Ft. Wayne, Ind. Bloomington, Ill. I Sioux City, Iowa. Peoria, Ill. Mt. Pleasant, Iowa. Aurora, Ill. Kansas City, Mo. La Crosse, Wis. St. Louis, Mo. Milwaukee, Wis. Fulton, Mo. Menasha, Wis. Hutchinson, Kas. Minneapolis and St. Paul, Minn. Omaha, Neb. Birmingham, Ala. Austin, Texas. Mobile, Ala. Fort Smith, Ark. Meridian, Miss. Oklahoma City, Okla. Greenwood, Miss. Salt Lake City, Utah. New Orleans, La. San Francisco, Cal. 70 Louisville, Ky. Lexington, Ky. Nashville, Tenn. Cincinnati, Ohio. Cleveland, Ohio. Akron, Ohio. Tipton, Ind. Columbus, ' Ind. Frankfort, Ind. South Bendflnd. Chicago, Ill. Galesburg, Ili. Denver, Colo. Columbus, Ga. Atlanta, Ga. Macon, Ca. Montgomery, Ala Selma, Ala. Los Angeles, Cal. Portland, Ore. Spokane, Wash. Seattle, Wash. ' Tacoma, Wash. X A , .Z X I 3 S r L -f 'GX S321 -xffi ... WMM X, 'Q,- ' U ' UV 1 5,4 II HU 1.6 ' ' I Ili 'N 1 Q: 1 ,ull X Hu. Q. wif ,X If sg 'fgxxi j kg , N PS, 3 M YV I: X, A ' avg x I M Mm!! X N A T ,-,. '359 - I fm wma r11.-rf.' 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HOLMES M 'ei A" .,. . a i I.. - r ' A Ol! , A I:-1 -n 1 5: 0 X s V A' s , 'V f ,HJ "QA" Jaxx 109 'si ' n SM! 4,1 - l - .-af.. , aff-if v , . ' Y 10 5' L , Hmmm- v -Nl S '. fill x ,V Q 1 lk k .li , ly n . . l . tv Q 'Q ' a - A 'I Q , . Q. 8 lj . 5' w '45 'L 4' F-5' ah v 0 - 2" -- il I a s 1 ' ' 1 f 1 v "'.. o '1.V I ' I ' Q I 4 Q 1 If' rl ag ' y' f 2. ' '51, 'flu-. L clip J. 'n.4 w l . T' ,Q Q , '- 54 ' H QF"'xnJ'l f . . PI CHA PTEB OF DELTA TAU DELTA. Chapter Founded as Rainbow Fraternity, l848. Consolidated with Delta Tau Delta, l8S6 FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE.. LAW. JAMES GARRETT HOLMES, '07 WILLIAM LEWISIWOOD, '07. JOHN BOLIVAR PERKINS, '07, SCIENCE, LITERATURE, AND ARTS. Class of 1907. ' JAMES GARRETT HOLMES. Class of IQO8. HENRY BEASLEY EDWARDS. AKIN BROOKE. CHAILLE F ERRELL. Class of IQOQ. JOE STEEN BELL. 73 X I 4' Q DELTA TAU DELTA FRATERNITY. fFounded at Bethany College in I800g Rainbow Founded at University of Mississippi in I848. Consolidated in 1886.1 COLORS: Royal Purple, Old Cold, and White. FLO WER : Pansy. PUBLICA TION: "The Rainbow." ACTIVE CHAPTERS. Southern Division. Lambda-Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tenn. Pi-University of Mississippi, University, Miss. Phi-Washington and Lee University, Lexington, Va. Beta Epsilon-Emory College, Oxford, Ga. Beta Theta-University of the South, Sewanee, Tenn. Beta Iota-University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Va. Beta Xi-Tulane University, New Orleans, La. Gamma Eta-George Washington University, Washing- ton, D. C. Gamma Iota-University of Texas, Austin, Tex. W eslern Division. Omicron-University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa. Beta Gamma-University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. Beta Eta-University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. ' 74 Beta Kappa-University of Colorado, Boulder, Colo. Beta Pi-Northwestern University, Evanston, Ill. Beta Rho-Leland Stanford, Jr., University, Stanford versity, Cal. Beta Tau-University of Nebraska, Lincoln, Neb. Beta Psi-University of Illinois, Champaign, Ill. Beta Omega-University of California, Berkeley, Cal. Gamma Alpha--University of Chicago, Chicago, Ill. Gamma Beta-Armour Institute of Technology, Chicag Gamma Theta-Baker University, Baldwin, Kas. Gamma Kappa-University of Missouri, Columbia, Mo Northern Division. Beta-Ohio University, Athens, Ga. Delta-University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich. Epsilon-Albion College, Albion, Mich. U o,I Zeta-Adelbert College, Cleveland, Ohio. Kappa-Hillsdale College, Hillsdale, Mich. Mu-Ohio Wesleyan University, Delaware, Ohio. Chi-Kenyon College, Gambier, Ohio. Beta Beta Beta Beta Beta Gamma Delta-West Virginia University, Morgantown, W. Va. Alpha-Allegheny College, Meadville, Pa. ACTIVE CHAPTERS-CONTINUED. Northern Division. Gamina-Washington and Jefferson College, Washington, Pennsylvania. Rho-Stevens Institute of Technology, Hoboken, N. J. Psi-Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, N. Y. Omega-University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pa. Beta Lambda-Lehigh University, Bethlehem, Pa. Beta Mu-Tufts College, Tufts College, Mass. Beta Nu-Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston Alpha-Indiana University, Bloomington, Ind. Beta-De Pauw University, Greencastle, Ind. Zeta-Butler University of Indianapolis, Irvington, Ind. Phi-Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio. M355 Psi-Wabash College, Crawfordsville, Ind. achusetts. Beta Omicron-Cornell University, Ithaca, N. Y. Beta Chi-Brown University, Providence, R. I. Gamma Gamma-Dartmouth College, Hanover, N. H. Gamma Epsilon-Columbia University, New York City. Eastern Division. Gamma Zeta-Wesleyan University, Middleton, Conn. ALUMNI CHAPTERS. Chicago. Atlanta. St. Paul. New York. Richmond- Pittsburg. Cincinnati. - Manila, P. I. San Francisco. JadTXc:n'hMlch' Toledo. Philadelphia. as mgton' St. Louis. Indianapolis. I-05 Angeles- Detroit. Boston. Columbus, O. Aurora, Ill. Cleveland. New Orleans 75 1 Qu. , , 1 N ,, mM 1""wL', H N X X3 fr , 'Q ' X , , .-, 'Q V ggi ,Q Q - 9 X, f V X fag' Z. , -X, .X wlx 7 5 J 'I , K -.Mx 5 , ' f Q g n + 1 5f ' ' ' 5: n-lb? V Q,- Vpgfff' f ff fo, Nl 14 . 1, I, :Ziff fi' ff -- -L- , , ' 08 WNY? -rr X ' QQ ' 55 2 5 K f 7 alwiklfolj, Q Sf 4 . frjug 'fs x,,vh 3- -- T+L ? 1 ' ' , :Ji "fig V, ' I V K of ' 72 L ' fif? 951 'mf' F? -'X 'Lf f' ff. V 1 In iii- '4 l- 11 ' .N 1 .jf Y A fmt- 4 f .N 1 ' ' ' tw I x f i.f ': ' 1 j ' - , ' L, ,N- L' 5 'pw -xx . VA , , , , L . , Q D ' t ' 1 rg , L' CM ' 3 -V 'I r-1. '4 , 1 2 , - 1 'QQ .,' ' Q, l . ' ka , -' "L , ' Eff - .' . ' ' X Y' ' 1 . , X N, , :N a I km? -A 5 wt . -rg . k - Y xx 1 ' . ' - " x 'E Y , 1- , .. 1 ' ' 4lX,-T Q.. -. , 'A . . , ,. . 1- , , - LJ.. Q' , 4' . Qyf KAPPA ALPHA FRATERNITY. 'Q JJ' Q41 TYSON. ROBERTSON. CUNNINCHAM. CHASE. BRAMLETTE. CURRIE. CONNER. WILLIAMSON. HILL. FOOTE ALPHA UPSILON CHAPTER OF KAPPA Grounded at the University of Mississippi in l900.J FRATER IN FACULTATE. D. H. MILES. FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE. LA W. CLYDE RAYMOND CONNER, '07. JAMES PHIPPS CHASE, '08. ALPHA JAMES BURTON CANFILLD, '08. SCIENCE, LITERATURE, AND ARTS. Class of IQO7. CLYDE R. CONNER. JAMES P1-HPPS CHASE. CLAUDE E. HILL. ALFRED B. SPARKMAN. Class of 1908. DAVID CLAY BRAMLETTE, Jr. ' CHALMERS MEEK WILLIAMSON, Jr. GEORGE HOLCOMB ROBERTSON. ANDERSON M. FOOTE. JAMES H. CURRI Class of 1909. JAMES W. CUNNINGHAM. JAMES OWEN TYSON. 79 E, Jr KAPPA ALPHA FRATERNITY CSouthern I fFounclecl at Washington and Lee University, l865 COLORS: Old Cold and Crimson FLOWERS: Red Rose and Magnolia. hu 'sw PUBLICATION: "Kappa Alpha journal S ACTIVE CHAPTERS Alpha-Washington and Lee University, Lexington, Va. Gamma-University of Georgia, Athens, Ga. Delta-Wofford College, Spartanburg, S. C. Epsilon-Emory College, Oxford, Ga. Zeta-Randolph-Macon College, Ashlancl, Va. Eta-Richmond College, Richmond, Va. Theta-Kentucky State College, Lexington, Ky. Kappa-Mercer University, Macon, Ga. Lambda-University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Va. Nu-Alabama Polytechnic Institute, Auburn, Ala. Xi-Southwestern University, Georgetown, Tex. Omicron-University of Texas, Austin, Tex. Pi-University of Tennessee Knoxville 'Tenn Sigma-Davidson College Davidson N C Upsilon-University of North Carolina Chapel Hill N Phi-Southern University Greensboro Ala Chi-Vanderbilt University Nashville Tenn Psi--'Tulane University New Orleans La Omega-Central University of Kentucky Danville Ky Alpha Alpha-University of the South Sewanee Tenn Alpha Beta-University of Alabama University Ala Alpha Gamma-Louisiana State University Baton Rouge Louisiana. Alpha Delta-William Jewell College, Liberty, Mo. '54 , 4 l 1' Q i 5 .. .9 1 ...M Q 'I 80 4 ACTIVE CHAPTERS -CONTINUED. A Alpha Zeta-William and Mary College, Williamsburg, Va. Alpha Tau - Hampden-Sidney College, Hampden-Sidney, Alpha Eta-Westminster College, Fulton, Mo. Virginia. Alpha Theta-Kentucky University, Lexington, Ky. Alpha Upsilon-University of Mississippi, University, Miss. Alpha Kappa-University of Missouri, Columbia, Mo. Alpha Phi-Trinity College, Durham, N. C. Alpha Lambda-Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Md Alpha Chi-Kentucky Wesleyan University, Wmchester, Ky Alpha Mu-Millsaps College, Jacks-Jn, Miss. Alpha Omega-N. C. A. and M. College, Raleigh, N. C. Alpha Nu-The George Washington University, Washing- Beta Alpha-Missouri School of Mines, Rolla, Mo. on, D. C. 1 ' Beta Beta-Bethany College, Bethany, W. Va. Alpha Xi-University of California, Berkeley, Cal. Beta Gamma-College of Charleston, Charleston, S. C. g Alpha Omicron-University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, Ark Beta Delta-Georgetown College, Georgetown, Ky. Alpha Pi-Leland Stanford, Jr., University, Stanford, Cal. Beta Epsilon-Delaware College, Newark, Del. Alpha Rho-West Virginia University, Morgantown, W. Va Beta Zeta-University of Florida, Gainesville, Fla. Alpha Sigma-Georgia School of Technology, Atlanta, Ga Beta Eta-University of Oklahoma, Norman, Okla. ' Beta Theta-Washington University, St. Louis, Mo. STATE ASSOCIATIONS AND SECRETARIES. Missouri-A. E. Martin, Liberty, Mo. Alabama-John I-l. Skeggs, Auburn, Ala. Georgia-Carl F. Hutcheson, Atlanta, Ga. North Carolina-R. S. McGeachy, Raleigh, N. C. Kentucky-J. Nathan Elliott, Lexington, Ky. Louisiana-Dr. J. L. Scales, Alden Bridge, La. tif. Arkansas-W. G. Mason, I-lot Springs, Ark. 8I 1 ALUMNI CHAPTERS. Alexandria, La. Baltimore, Md. Canal Zone, Christobal Colon. Anniston, Ala. Baton Rouge, La. Chattanooga, Tenn. Asheville, N. C. Boston, Mass. Centreville, Miss. Atlanta, Ca. Charleston, W. Va. Columbia, Ca. Augusta, Ga, Cl1al'l0tte, Dallas, Texas. Franklin, La, Huntington, W. Va. Knoxville, Tenn. Griflin, Ga. Jacksonville, Fla. Lexington, Ky. Hampton, Va. Jackson, Miss. Little Rock, Ark. Hattiesburg, Miss. Jonesboro, Ark. Los Angeles, Cal. D Houston, Tex. Kansas City, Mo. Louisville, Ky. Macon, C-a. Nashville, Tenn. Oklahoma City, Okla. Memphis, Tenn. Natchitoches, La. Petersburg, Va. i Mobile, Ala. New Orleans, La. Philadelphia, Pa. Montgomery, Ala. New York City. Pittsburg, Pa. Muskogee, Ind. Ter. Norfolk, Va. Raleigh, N. C. Richmond, Va. Spartanburg, S. C. Tampa, Fla, San F rancisco. St. Louis, Mo. Thomasville, Ga. Savannah, Ca. Staunton, Va. Waslnngton, D. C. Selma, Ala. Tallahassee, F la. Wdmington, N. C. Shreveport, La. Talladega, Ala. 82 L31 CHI OMEGA SORORITY. MISS BUFKIN. MISS GLENN. MISS HUMPHREYS. MISS WRIGHT MISS SYKES. MISS COLLIER. MISS I-IEDDLESTON. 83 ! f I I f A 1 p , ' 1 V Y D 78 Q, k '4 1 1 3 s x P TAU CHAPTER OF CHI ONIEGA. QChapter founded as Sigma Tau, 1890. Consolidated with Chi Omega, 1899.1 SORORES IN URBE. KATHERINE BOGARD. MARY Vic ROLAND. SALLIE BURNS. MABELLE SMITH. ANNIE CHANDLER. MARY I-IARTWELL SOMERVILLE. JULIA COMPTON. LINDA SULTAN. MARY LOUISE NEILSON. Q EDITH WARDLAW. ELMER MEEK. MRS. HUBERT THOMISON SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE. Class of I907. SARAH WALTON HUMPHREYS. Class of I908. A ONA COLLIER. FLORENCE HEDDLESTON. MARY GLENN. Class of 1909. EDNA BUFKIN. PAULINE WRIGHT. EMMA SYKES. 0 85 CHI OMEGA FRATERNITY. CFounded April 5, l895, at the University of Arkansas., COLORS: Cardinal and Straw. FLOWER: White Carnation. CHAPTER ROLL. . Psi-University of Arkansas. Mu--University of California. Chi-University of Kentucky. Lambda-University of Kansas. Upsilon-Southwestern Baptist University. Kappa-University of Nebraska. Tau-University of Mississippi. Iota-University of Texas. Sima--Randolph-lVlacon Woman's College. Theta--West Virginia University. Rho-Tulane University, Newcomb College. Eta-University of Michigan. Pi-University of Tennessee. H Zeta--University of Colorado. Omicron-University of Illinois. Epsilon-Columbia University, Barnard College Xi-Northwestern University. Beta-Colby College. Nu-University of Wisconsin. Phi Alpha-George Washington University. ALUMNZE ASSOCIATIONS. Fayetteville Alumnae-Fayetteville, Ark. Oxford Alumnae-Oxford, Miss. Washington City Alumnae-Washington, D. C. Knoxville Alumnm-Knoxville, Tenn. Atlanta Alumnae-Atlanta, Ga. Chicago Alumne-Chicago, Ill. Lexington Alumnae-Lexington, Ky. Kansas City Alumnae-Kansas City, Mo. 86 Wt, QM Wi? l l 3 wvffew VMQ, ' K mx: QI . 1 - N 1 mm' lr 1 1 fkfff 1 13' I 1 1 1 1 Il fi Pi 1 f 3. ,1 1? o I 1 , i ig' 1 1 l I 1 ff, I l 1. V 1 I 7E fp' S DELTA DELTA DELTA ERATERNITY. ,i . , A ' - .110 , .1 -A .big .. Q54 Ii- Z- be g, A . A-42214 ff. MISS BENSON. MISS MAXWELL. MISS PLANT. MISS C. JOHNSON MISS MACEE. MISS I.. M. JOHNSON. MISS FORD. MISS N. KIMMONS. MISS WELCH. MISS RICHMOND. MISS KIMMONS. V1 4 3 4,4 if sf f? f 1 . 4 I? i 4 I -I fi l I. i L r I ' N ' s l 1 4 i ul w 1 I I w y ' . r ..--,g,, . . 1 CHI CHAPTER OF DELTA DELTA DELTA. Chapter founded as Tau Delta Theta, IS96. Consolidated with Delta Delta Delta, l904 SORORES IN URBE. MRS. WALLER S. LEATI-IERs. MRs. CALVIN S. BROWN. KATHERINE KIMMONS. SUZANNE BURT. RACHEL WHITEWAY. NORMA WILLIAMS. SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE. Class of IQO7. JEANNETTE F oRD. DOUGLASS MAXWELL. LOULIE MAY JOHNSON. BEss RICHMOND. LEsLIE CHRISTINE JOHNSON. Class of 1908. NELLIE KIMMONS. MAUDE MACEE. LYNETTE KIMMONS. DAISY PLANT. Class of 1909. JENNIE BENSON. VIRGINIA WELCH. MARGARET SHERMAN. 89 DELTA DELTA DELTA FRATERNITY. fFounded at Boston University, Boston, Mass., Thanksgiving Eve, l888.J' COLORS: Silver, Cold, and Blue. FLOWER: Pansy. PUBLICA TIONSJ "The Trident" and "The Triton" fsecretl. ACTIVE CHAPTERS. Alpha Province. Alpha-Boston University, Boston, Mass. Beta--St. Lawrence University, Canton, N. Y. Eta-University of Vermont, Burlington, Vt. Xi-Woman's College, Baltimore, Md. Omicron-Syracuse University, Syracuse, N. Y. Rho-Bamard College, New York, N. Y. Sigma-Wesleyan University, Middleton, Conn. Tau-Bucknell University, Lewisburg, Pa. Psi-University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pa. Alpha Xi--Randolph-Macon College, Lynchburg, Va Beta Province. Gamma-Adrian College, Adrian, Mich. Epsilon-Knox College, Galesburg, Ill. Zeta-University of Cincinnati, Ohio. Mu--University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. Nu-Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio. Upsilon-Northwestern University, Evanston, Ill. Chi--University of Mississippi, Oxford, Miss. Gamma Province. Delta-Simpson College, Indianola, Iowa. Theta-University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn Kappa-University of Nebraska, Lincoln, Neb. Lambda-Baker University, Baldwin, Kas. Pi-University of California, Berkeley, Cal. Phi-University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa. ALUMNZE ASSOCIATIONS. A Boston, Mass. Burlington, Vt. Middleton, Conn. Canton, N. Y. Syracuse, N. Y. Denver, Colo. Adrian. Midi- Minneapolis, Minn. Madison, W New York, N. Y. Galesburg, Ill. East Orange, N. Indianola, Iowa. Cincinnati, Ohio. Lincoln, N eb. Columbus, Ohio. Los Angeles, Cal. ' 90 GREEKS FROBII OTHER PROVINCES. IN FACULTATE.. VICE-CHANCELLOR ALFRED HUME. . PROF. A. L. BONDURANT. . . . . . DR. J. B. BULLITT. . . . . . DR. C. S. BROWN. . . DR. J. G. DEUPREE. . . DR. C. C. FERRELL. . . DR. F. L. RILEY.. .. . DR. T. I-I. SOMERVILLE. . IN J. A. ALEXANDER. . . . . R. P. MITCHELL. . . K. M. COOPER. . . . L. D. REED. .. . J. S. RHODES. . . . D. G. WETTLIN. . . . . .Beta Theta Pi . . .Kappa Sigma Phi Gamma Delta . . . . .Phi Beta Kappa Phi Gamma Delta . . . .Beta Theta P13 Phi Beta Kappa ... .. .. .. ..PhiBetaKappa .......ChiPhi COLLEGIO. 91 . . .Kappa Sxgma . . .Kappa Sigma . . .Kappa Sigma . . .Kappa Sigma . . .Kappa Sigma . . .Kappa Sigma ENTRANCE WALK. THE TANK. CEDAR RING ,rl 5 .I it h 5 -1. .yi LYCEUM BUILDING. WALK TO DEPOT. RICKS HALL. 92 1' ' 11 ' .: .V Q 4 11 ' y A 69 leslie woobwarb Tbolberg. I Jsorn,1ss1. zmeo, 1906. 1 X ' N x 1 Qw x xv Q xxx WN x -,- x N A 1 X JB11rwell 1Rembert ileman. X :morn 1891 Eteb 1907 J 5 xx 1 , . , 1 A A if 1 4. V " 'X -.n-cu-N-'V I V 1 I I I . I3 3 CONFEDERATE MONUML-:NT 94 9 'P 1. e, In I5 Z 'I V: A i J 5 4 a j THE UNIVERSITY PRIMER. A is for Aldridge, a jolly good fellow, Perhaps he's not rotten, but just over-mellow. B is for biscuit and also for Brown, You'll find both of them scattered all over this town. ' 2 1 Q -Q gy if, For Cinderella, no nursery matter, -6 She drove several boys as mad as the hatter it X17 11 , V I jg' A , v D for the diggers who grind, Without doubt Their brains like their bodies are never seen out. E is for eat, which, when chances invite, Hargis and Hubbard do with their might. 96 Mm umm' for the Freshman, youthful and green, Above him the Faculty are here to be seen. Y Ps x- I ' , 'W gl F' 'lgiqu 1 . N1-. 's little Gillespie, 'tis spring-time, rejoice! He's Wordsworth's Green linnet, a Wandering voice. is for Hume, in whose character lives Each excellence that sincerity gives. is for Ingram, Who's with us this year Without the least notion of Why he is here. is for Jones, both L. P. and Paul, lf the two got together there'd be a great fall. is for Kimmons and should be for Kuteg They are one and .the same, try a French rime, sans doute 97 is for Library note taking and strife, 3. 9,4 Til? ,, is for Maxwell and also for Miles, 4 27? . . 4X , - 'Tv Where if you Whisper you run for your life. The last gives you zero, the Hrst gives you smiles, N is for Niles and Nutty and Nichols A As sure as a fork's for sausage and pickles. for the Annual, our dearest "0le Miss," The true well of truth, the fountain of bliss. P is for Perkins and also for Puckett, They say they had beauty, but somebody tuk it. for quotations, which most Profs will slip in When they've no thoughts of their own to slip in, R is for Russia and R is for Riley, If 'twere not for their history We'd think of them highly 98 ,. - 4... ..- .,L.4...+, ..... A AA-, - ua 41- -V-+Y V X114 Surely ln heaven they ll create '1 stir ,L rag, for our . samts, Guinn, , Johnson and. Furrg 'lull 'll i. .lllx L - 1 X 1, T is for Talbot and also for Top, One gives you hot air, and one gives you slop. for U. of M. in learning she leads it, Here's life unto her! God bless her! she needs it. 1339-O is for Vandal with his notches and patches, Who scrawls on the chair-arms and steps upon matches. for Webb, who is Witty and Young, And all three are quacks in their mother tongue 99 forthe plague coming three times a year, That leaves all of us full of aching and fear: is for you, for so small a place You're surely a-but that 's rude to your face. is zebra, the assg tell him from the rest By the stripes on the coat in which he is dressed V i 1'i' is 1 I00 aimkfs LCE 2519 IOI MEMORIAL .ARCI-I, CLASS I902. X CHAPEL. INs1DE I-IEDGE I 02 N , ,f 2' I , X . 'TfZ15Q.g4.l' if -,-gif? if Eze I X 1 y X 1' 1 1-1222" -2 f ' f 5 - - 4 - ' - ' V OFFICERS. T. T. MCCARLEY. . . . . . . . . .President W. S. BOBO. . . . . . . .Treasurer Miss S. W. I-IUMPHREYS. . . . .Vice-President. Miss H. J. FORD. . . . .Hislsrian Mlss DoUc.LAss MAXWELL. . . . . . .Secretary J. B. WEBB. . . . . . .Poet l03 MAURICE BRAY.. .. .. . ..Winona. nl am not Without suspicion that I have an undeveloped faculty of music within mef, B.S. in C. E.: Phi Delta Theta: Her- maean: C-lee Club: Orchestra: Exchange Editor U. M. Jwagazincg Episcopalian Club: U. M. A. A.: Taylor l-lall Club. AMBRosE BARNEY SCHAUBFR. . .l..aurel. "Tho' I am not splenitive and rash, Yet have I something in me dangerous." D B.A.: Phi Sigma: Franklin Hall Club: Science Club: Critif: and President Phi Sigma, 'O7: Teachers' Club. TYNA AMELIA PATE. . . . . .Cofleeville "A heart to conceive an understanding to direct, and hands to execute." B.S.: President Y. W. C. A., '07: President Parthenic, '06: Secretary Teach- ers' Club: Reading Club: Y. W. A. A.: Basket-Ball: Tennis Club: Southern Asso- cialion of College Women. DOUCLASS MAXWELL. . . . . . . .Canton. "So comely ancl so sweet, so fully complete She steals our affections away. B.S.: Delta Delta Delta: Y. W. C. A.: Y. W. A. A.: Parlhenic: Tennis Club: Basket-Ball: French Play. CHARLES ARTHUR WILLIAMSON. . . . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..Waynesboro. "He 's a pleasing elf enough, but lazy as the devil." B.S.: Phi Sigma: U. M. A. A.: An- niversary Poet Phi Sigma, '06: First and Second Story Prize, U. M. Magazine, '06: Assistant Editor-in-Chief Magazine, '06- 'O7: French Play: "The Rivals." WALTER SIDNEY Boiso. . . . .Batesville "Doubt truth to be a liar, But never doubt l love." B.S. in C. E.: Delta Psi: Hermaean: Board of Control: U. M. A. A.: President of Engineering Class: OLE MISS, '07. EDWARD CLARKE COLEMAN, jr. . . . . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ...Kosciusko. "With such true breeding of a gen- tleman, you never could divine his real thought." B.A.: Phi Delta Theta: Hermaan: U. M. A. A.: Glee Club: Orcliestra: Quar- tette: Alumni Editor U. M. lllagazinc, '05: Taylor Hall Club: French Play. VVILLIAM HENRY BRADEN. . . .Logrown. "The man who consecrates his hours By vigorous effort and an honest aim." B.S.: Phi Sigma: Sigma Kappa Beta: Y. M. C.,A.: C. H. A. W. A.: President Phi Sigma, Second Term, '07. I-IARRIET JEANNETTE FORD. . .Columbia. "Ever gentle, and so graaious with her learning." B.S.: Delta Delta Delta: Y. W. C. A.: Y. W. A. A.: Class Historian, '05, '07: President Parthenic, '06. THOMAS EARL EDWARDS. Memphis, Tenn. "He seemed for dignity composed, and high exploit." B.A.: Delta Kappa Epsilon: Second Freshman Hermman Medal, 0-4: Y. M C. A.: President, Vice-President, and Treasurer of Hermaean. LESLIE. CHRISTINE JOHNSON. .University "C-race is in all her steps, Heaven in her eyes, In every gesture, dignity :nd love." B.S.: Delta Delta Delta: Y. W. C. A.: Y. Wi. A. A.: Tennis Club: Art Edito: OLE MISS, '07: French Plajf. PAUL PURCELL LINDHOLM . .l..exington. L "He doth indeed show some sparks tha. are like wit." B.S.: Sigma Alpha hpsilrn: Phi Sig- ma: Secretary Phi Sigma, Third Term, '07: OLE MISS, '07 Board. 5 ROBERT SOMERVILLE, jr.. . .Cn-eenville. "Long experience macle him a sage." B.A.g Phi Delta Fl-hetag Y. M. C. A.g Junior Prom.g Board of Controlg U. M. A. A.g Editor OLE MISS, 'O5g Sub. Foot-Ball, '02, '04g 'Varsity Eleven, 1035 Captain Class Eleven, '02, '03, CLAUDE EDWARD HILL. . .I-latliesburg. "He was the milclest mannerecl man." B.A.g Kappa Alpha, French Play: OLE Miss, '07 Board. PEARL IsABEL I-IUSTON.. Harmontown. "Of tender heart, a will inflexible." B.S.: Y. W. C. A.: Y. W. A. A.: Parthenicg Basket-Ball. JAMES PHIPPS CHASE. .Memphis Tenn. "What! is the jay more precious than the lark because his feathers are more leauliful P" B.S.g Kappa Alphag U. M. A. A.g Junior Prom., '06. ANNA ELIZABETH HUDSON. . . . . . . .. .. .. .. .. ...Central Academy. "A tender heart, of soul sincere, In action faithful and in honor clear." B.S.: Y. W. C. A.: Y. W. A. A.: Parthenicg Tennis Club. JAMES GARROT1' HOLMES. . .Yazoo Crty. "Deep on his front engraven, deliberation sat, And public care." B.S.g LL.B.g Delta Tau Delta, Crit- ic Blackstone Club, '06g Nleclalist in Crys- tal Springs Chautauqua Oratorical Contest, '06g Sewanee Club: German Club, 3065 Cotillion Club: F. O. X., Vice-President Board of Control: U. M. A. A.: V.-Pres. of Episcopalian Club. JOHN BOYD WEBB. . . . . . .ColuInbus. "Oh for a draught of vintage that hath been Cooled along age in the deep delved earth- And then to soar upon the viewless wings of Poesyf' B.A., Phi Kappa Psi, Phi Sigma, U. M. A. A., Y. M. C. A., l-aylor Hall Club, Secretary Epsicopalian Club, '07, Foot-Ball Squad, '04, '05, Editor-in-Chief U. M. Magazine, '05-'06, Editor-in-Chief OLE MISS, '07, French Play, '07, Anni- versary Poet Phi Sigma, '09, Class Poet, '07, Alumni Editor Magazine, '04-'05, Athletic Editor Magazine, '06-'07, Liter- ary liditor OLE MISS, '06, Secretary Phi Sigma, '05, '06. RUPERT CLARK MORRIS.. ..Caledonia. "Thou art ambitious, Thy hair doth tell on thee." B.S. in Education, Y. M. C. A., Teachers' Club, C. C. C., President Her- mfzan, '06, Secretary Hermaean, '07. ALBERT F. MECKLENBURGEII. .Okolona "His life was gentle, and the elements So mixed in him that Nature might stand up And say to all the world, 'This was a man.' " B.S., Phi Sigma, Sigma Beta Kappa: First Fresh. Medal, '04, First Soph. Medal, '05, Taylor Medal, '05, Junior Oratorical Medal, '06, First Medal Gulfport C. I. O. Contest, '06, Representative M. I. O. A., '07, Leader Orchestra, ,0-1'-'07, Manager Glee Club, '07, U. M. A. A., French Play. 7 MARY MARR HARDEMAN.. ..lVlgnolia "Work, courage, honor, these indeed Your sustenance and birthright are." B.S.: Y. NV. C. A., Y. XV. A. A. Parthenicz Tennis Club. CLYDE R. CONNER.. .. .Hattiesburg "Sage he stood, With Atlantean shoulders lit to bear The weight of mightiest monarchiesf' B.A.: Kappa Alpha, Phi Sigma Blackstone Club, junior Prom., '04, Base Ball, '01, '02, '03, Foot-Ball, '01, '02 '03, '07, Sub. All Southern Tackle, '02 All Southern Center, '03, All Southern '06, Cotillion Club. THEODORE TRlMM!ER MCCARLEY. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ., ..Okolona "Lofty and sour to them that loved him not But to those that sought him, sweet as summer." B.A., Delta Kappa Epsilon, Y. M C. A., U. M. A. A., Cotillion Club, Pres ident of Class, '07, Passed Rhodes Exam- ination, OLE MISS, '07 Board. JOHN ALLEN SYKES. . . . . . .Aberdeen "A noble boy, a brave, free-hearted, careless one." B.A.: Delta Kappa Epsilon: Orches- tra, '07: Glee Club, '07: Y. lVl. C. A. LYMAN BURGE MITCHELL. . . .Rienzi. "Wisely and slow: they stumble that run fast." B.A.: Hermaean: Y. M. fl. A.: Treas- urer Hermaean, '05-'06. Buss RICHMOND. . . . . . . .l'lermaIIsville. "The ocean hath its pearls, The heaven hath its stars: But oh! my heart, my heart, My heart still hath its lovelh B.S.: Delta Delta Delta: Y. W. C. A.: Y. W. A. A.: Tennis Club: Basket- Ball. LEONIDAS DUDLEY REED. . .Yazoo City. "I-le was a scholar, and a ripe and good one: Exceeding wise, fair-spoken and persuad- ' ,Q Ing. BS.: Kappa Sigma: Cognac Club: Anti Club: Taylor Hall Club F RED MARSHALL XVITTY. . . . .Winona "High-erected thoughts seated In the heart of courtesy." B.A.: Phi Delta Theta: Y. M. C. A.: U. M. A. A.: Taylor I-lall Club: Second Freshman Medal: Exchange Editor Mag- azine, '05-'06: Editor-in-Chief, '06-'07: Literary Editor OLE MISS, '07, AUVERGNE WILLIAMS. . . . . . .I-lupora. "He is complete in feature and in mind, With all good grace to grace a gentleman. ' B.A.: Phi Kappa Psi: Y. M. C. A.: U. M. A. A.: Class Historian, '05: Ger- man Club, '05: "Julius Cesar," ,O4Q Cen- sor, '05: President Phi Sigma, '06: French Play, '07: Secretary and Treasurer Cotil- lion Club: Passed Rhodes Examination, '07: Bell Buckle Club. MATHILDE PARKMAN LACEY. . Jackson. "The rule of my life is to make bus- iness a pleasure and pleasure my businessfi BS.: President Parthenic, '07: Y. W. C. A.: Y. W. A. A.: Tennis Club: Basket- Ball. SARAH WALTON l'lUMPHRE'x'S. . . . . . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..CIreenwood. "Knowledge and truth and virtue were her theme." B.A.: Chi Omega: Y. W. C. A.: Y. W1 A. A.: Parthenic: Vice-President Class, ,072 Literary Editor OLE MISS, '07: U. M. Magazine Board, '06, '07: Secretary Class, '05f"O6: French Play, "The Rivals." JOHN EDWARD REED, Jr. . . . .lVleridian. "As proper a mar as one may see In a summer's day." . B.S.: Delta Psi: Y. M. C. A.: U. M. A. A.: President Freshman Class, '03: President Cotillion Club: Meridian Club: Manager Foot-Ball, 'O7: Board of Control. 109 ROYAL CAMERON BAILEY. . . .Lexington "See how doth the husy bee improve each shining hour." BS. in C. E.: Phi Sigma? Y. M. C. A.: Treasurer Phi Sigma. '06-'07. CLINTON FREEMAN CATE. . .Coldwater "lilly tender youth was never yet attaint with any passion of inflaming love." - s BS. In C. E. OLUST JOHN DEDEAUX. . . . . .Delisle. "Vlf'ho mixed reason with stories, and wisdom with jokes." BS.: Phi Sigma: Leading Part in French Play. WILLIAM IVERSON HARGIS. jr. . . . .I .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ...UnIversIty. "Complacency and truth and manly sweet- ness , Dwell ever on his tongue. and Sm00il1 hl3 thoughts." B.S. in C. E.: Y. M. C. A. JOHN E. MCCORKLE, Jr. . . . . .Oxford. JEWEL ARTHUR NEwMAN.Urrion Church. LOULIE MAY JOHNSON. . . . .Univ "I feel within me "I stood among them, but not of them." "Self-trust is the essence uf herois A peace beyond all earthlv divmties- A fu d U. t 0 Snienje no BS. in Medg Phi Sigmag Sigma Kap- B.S.: Delta Delta Deltag Y. W. C Sl an q le C n V R ' pa Beta: Y. M. C. A.: Secretary Medical Y. W. A. A.: Tennis Clubg Basket- B.S. in C. EJ Phi Sigma: President Class. "The Rivalsf' Class, '05-'06g Critic Phi Sigma, '06. XVILLIAM HAYES IVIILES. . . . .University. JACKSON BLAIR ROACH. . . . ..O ISAAC GRE:-:NWOOD DUNCAN .... Oxford. Hunmovcd, Calm and Serena he walks- HA mild, meeklyumannerei man... "A quiet, thoughtful, good, sincere lad." He has the gait of a traction engine." B.S. in C. E.: Y. M. C. A.- U. B.S. in Med. BS. in C. Eg Y. M. C. A. A. A.g Base-Ball, '06 and 'O7. i QQ IIO ?f U. fl- gx W1 -ill ' Nv- WOMAN'S HALL. Ill HISTORY OF THE SENIOR CLASS. Q "The history of mankind is the history of great men. To Hnd out these, to clear the dirt from them, to place them on their proper pedestals, is the function of the historian. He cannot have a nobler one." Can it be that Carlyle had the historian of t907 in mind when he wrote these lines? Perhaps notg but, no doubt, were he a contemporary of this remarkable class, he could write an imperishable volume of their deeds and possible attainments. A his- tory. What is it? In the general acceptation of the term, it is a narrative of events as they have happenedg in its stricter sense, it is an accurate account of events and the doings of men and women. Thus defined, history is retrospective. But who could look back over the past records of the Class of '07 without contemplating their wonderful possible future? It was in the fall of '03 that this same little band was forced to submit to the humiliation of being called "Freshmen," Little then did they appear to be "diamonds in the roughfl though each fond mother had long since placed this valuation upon her own as she kissed him good-bye, fancying as the train pulled out t' would bring him back a veritable George Vlfashington. Wa fancy real3 Methinks it was For grounds for this acquaint selves with our past records and for proof watch not the of future Mississippi history, not the pages of United States his nor even the wonderful pages of future Annuals but Qshould have the opportunityl turn to page l907 in the book of the cording One, and there with green-eyed envy read what we done. But hold, lest we appear boastful. Such is not our na Or egotistical we are too broad for that Yet is it not me render unto Caesar the things that are Caesar O F or some are great others achieve greatness and others reach the Senior Class History may repeat itself and doubtl ss this very article be plagrarized ere many sessions have passed, the Lniversity expand into a Harvard or Yale, but when you, dear Alma Ma send forth another Class like the one of '07, you may as well cl your doors and submit to the inevitable-the millennium has c Historian. SENIOR CLASS POEBI. Farewell! To Each, Success. There is a moment that the heart holds dear, When love, home, e'en life for the instant fade Most out of seeing-happy moment made In years of closest knowing, growing sere In separation, college autumn days- When in a burst of gold and crimson glow And pulses fond farewells,-the soul betrays. ln that moment love, arisen from the sleep ln which it lay, atones passed drowsiness. From eyes, from lips, from clasped hands the deep, Deep feeling springs: Farewell! to each, succes A moment and the ecstasy is fled-- Yet thru our every life its strength is shed. The splendor fades-the heart beats calm and slow -X -Re 1 -514 .wifi My . ,L"'1+F - K xx i x A7 ' 'I' s . I l , Fi-fr g SS 'S i sfzxzc. l T I New TANK. H3 'x ff ,-Z ,f ff X , xx I ,X lf? ' r r, ! fy M 02655 r ii my I Tm f J lf K I. M f-,, . WM ix , N NKCMQ1 P5 111 l ,feb XJ -Vg, ,XLX-MNX' X -EQgl'i-U-1'!T 'K 'GX " ai WHFLQHHA- X WF M. if 1 If O W W,WNWixwkvir 'E ff , 'fligl wx 51-ri9,r.r,6f,:q xfw!a+x4:r4 V -r 5 xr 1 X.v.f:,a.QrlX K , vrfgggfjl ,!i,,!.I1 2 - rx, Q s I X Q Xi .gb--JMIIQHIG '. ' ifglj- ,5x.N. - , Xx mgfhvrefq rr X- pr M2 X eQQa"9'?N N 1g , gfvj fy '54 "+Q3rfPi5r:5i? 3 MY Wf.sf4',9'A 'rn 5 fi ff 'A"5f?fff95f5' r ' r -"fries, X lim, . 4. - 2, -A mf hair, 9.-mr W ww - M r, Lf r , f , J f -K , ,W Q' iff '-VM' , ff I., A, .- r Wx 1' :'1?mlmxV 'r 1-'Q' ' 'X X r HW? MU 6?Z2Z9'f f i 11 fn. r 1 'fzfis-any 1 . fi 'Z H " V! ,D rr r "H ..-gf 'ff fgz fl afwwllqi 'X -, P, f Hfgfvibm., ' 4 , X ,., X' ,,, fy -3 4 ,71 .5A1b,xfy ANbEK. OFFICERS. H.L.GARY...... .........Prc-:siulcnl C. B. COCHRAN. . . . . . . . . .Vice-President FRED MONTGOMERY. . . . .Secretary and Treasurer T.G.RAMSEY.. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..His1orian J. A. ALEMNDER. . . . . , , ,Poep II4 SENIOR LAIV ROLL AND C. B. COCHRAN.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..West Point, Miss. if ' ' 1, Work is my recreation. J. B. PERK1Ns..i.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..Starkville, Miss. "Laugh, ancl the world laughs with you." Delta Tau Delta: Manager Foot-Ball Team, '06. Editorial Board OLE MISS, '07g A. ancl M. Clubg Blackstone Clubg Co- tillion Club. B. A. TUCKER, jr.. .. ., .. .. .. .. .. ..Senatobia, Miss. "He took the Rhodes to nowhere." Delta Kappa Epsilong B.A., '03g Senior Speaker, '03g Black- stone Club. H5 STATISTICS. 1 1 U' i l tfil lwll i l H.C.MCCABE.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..Vicksburg,Miss "He who allows himself to be a wonn Must not complain if he is trodden on." Phi Delta Theta. 'r.A.HiRm-............... ....Culfport,Miss "As solemn as lVlinerva's own W'ithin a verdant tree, Without success in anything, But hoots in dignity." Phi Delta Theta: Blackstone Club. C.l'l.DEAN...... ......Hernando.M1ss. "There is a sadness in sweet sound, That quickens tears." Sigma Alpha Epsilon: B.A., Vanderbilt, '05: Blackstone Club: Y. M. C. A.: Director of Glee Club: University Orchestra. II6 D. G.WETTL1N.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..Woodville, Miss. A lazy, lolling sort, Unseen at church, at senate, or at court." Kappa Sigma: Foot-Ball Teamg Treasurer Blackstone Club. H.l...GARY.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..Rosedale,lVliss. "Handsome is as handsome does." Delta Kappa Epsilong Blackstone Clubg President of Senior Class. J. G. HOLMES.. .. .. .. .. .Q .. .. .. ..YazooCity,Miss. "Why should a man whose blood is warm within Sit like his grandsire, cut in alabaster." Delta Tau Delta: Critic Blackstone Club. I I 7 1 J.E.PARKER.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..Increase,Miss "Along the cool, sequestered vale of life, He keeps the noiseless tenor of his way." l-l.C.RAWLS.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..Columbia,lVliss "Pity, O God, this miserable age!" Sigma Chi: Vice-President Blackstone Club: Business Man ager OLE MISS, '07: M. C. Club. V THEO. lVlCKNlCH'l'. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Vicl-isburg, Miss. "Hell is paved with good intentions." Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Blackstone Club. T.Cl.RAMSEY.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..Ramsey,W.Va. "Whose breath blew out the light within that brain?" I I8 H.C.LEAK.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..Woodville,Miss "A perfect woman, nobly planned." Law Librarian: Blackstone Club. ELBERT Joi-iNsoN. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Senatobia, Miss "His stuclie was but little on the Bible." Delta Kappa Epsilon: Critic Blackstone Club. l"l.A.l'lICKS.. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..Bellefontaine,Miss "I amg how little more I know! Whence came I? Whither do I go?" FRED MONTGOMERY.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..Oxforcl, Miss "And still they gazed, and still their woncler grew, That one small head could carry all he knew." Delta Kappa Epsilon. I I9 F.D.I-IEWITT.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..Summit,Miss "A Hy seated on a chariot wheel said: 'Oh, what a dust I do raisel' " 5 President Blackstone Club, Third Term. F.C. HATHORN.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..Hattieshurg, Miss. D "So wise, so grave, of so perplex'd a tongue, And loud withal, that would not wag nor scare, Lie still without a fee." Sigma Chig President Blackstone Club, '06g Historian Junior Law Class, '06g University Orchestra, '06, . C. R..CONNER.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..Hattiesburg, Miss. "Now in the names of all the gods at once, Upon what meat doth this our Ca-:sar feed, That he is grown so great?" Kappa Alpha: Senior Literaryg Foot-Ball Team, '06-'07. 120 W.L.SCOTT................. ...Sumrall,Miss. "He sold his reputation for :x son " Phi Kappa Psig Blackstone Club. W.L.WOOD.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..Brookhaven,Miss. "Why should every creature drink but 1? Why, man of morals? tell me why." Delta Tau Delta: Emory College: Y. M. C. A.: Glee Club Vice-President Blackstone Club. J.A.ALE.XANDER.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..Jackson, Miss "These shrugs, these hums and haws." Kappa Sigma: President of Blackstone Clubg Nlillsaps, 'Ol 'OZQ S. P. U., '03g A.B., Princeton, '06. l2l n HISTORY OF SENIOR LAW CLASS The historian of the Senior Law Class of '07 feels that he is undertaking a delicate problem in attempting to set before the school the annals of the Class of '07, for to tell all the good things that might be said of the Class might lay us open to a charge of egotism, and we would avoid that if possible. It seems to have been the policy of historians heretofore to laud the many and varied abilities of their respective classes, and while we must neces- sarily extol the accomplishments of the present Class to some ex- ient, we would sav that we do not give an exhaustive account feeling sure that there are members of the Class who will'in the future achieve such renown that it will be an honor to be able to say: "I graduated with him." Our Dean has given permission to quote him as saying: "The present Class is among the best, if not the best class, that has ever graduated under me." That, itself, from so cunservative a man as Dean Somerville is sufficient to place us in the front rank and insure our future. The Class of '07 is one that makes it an honor to be able to say: "I graduated in the Class of l907." And, relying upon the The shirkers in the Class are few and the workers are 2 and while the Doctor sometimes puts us to the bad it is not and the unlucky member thus hit redoubles his efforts to reg lcst prestige. In the Class are men of many and varied abilities and a plishments men who have the attributes of th eminent an found jurist men whom we confidently expect to some day the halls of our national Legislature ring with their eloquence who will be able to twist a jury around their little fingers an 5 who will some day sit in our Governor s chair But modesty forbids that we further 'nlarge upon the 4 ness of the members of our Class and as we said before wat f But law is not the only thing in which the Class is excellent. r The classes of the future might well reflect upon and p after such men as Hewitt the silver-tongued but who has learn that while speech is silvern silence is not always g abilities of our Class to "make good" at all times and upon all occasions, we might with confidence sav: "Watch our future work, and thereby judge the justness of our claims." But there are other reasons why there should be left for future perusal the history of the Class. We know that our history will be an inspiration for "those who come after us," and who, seeing "our good works, may be constrained to follow after" and to emulate the example set be- fore them. The Class, almost as a whole, is composed of earnest young men who are striving hard to Ht themselves for the great work that they will shortly enter upon, and in which we predict with confi- dence they will acquit themselves as worthy sons of the University of Mississippi. ' before the Colonel, ' As Cochran, the 'walking cyclopedia of law," who gives -, lessons verbatim unless restrained by the Doctor by such remarks "Yes, that is all true, Mr. Cochrang but what is fraud?" As Scott and "Fatty" Conner, who are past masters in thi of swapping the "Long Green" and "Hill Side Navy" whild Doctor is watching: And last, but not least, upon the abilities of "Dusty" Woo sleep through the hardest lesson, and whose gentle and mellifl snore is often heard disturbing the quiet atmosphere. But we cannot recount the achievements of each indivi member, for to do so would make a book in itself: so we closi saying that the Class goes into the battle of legal wits for the fn well equipped to hold its own. and while we will doubtless get s hard knocks in the school of experience, we expect each mel to ultimately "make good." H islofiafl. Wig CLASS OFFICERS. J. L. NICHOLS. . . . . . . . . .President ANDREW WOOD. . . . . . .Treasurcx EARLE LINDSEY. . . . . . . . . . .Vice-President. Miss DAISY PLANT. . . . . . .Historian Miss LYNETTE KIMMONS. . . . . . . . .Secretary Mxss L. M. JOHNSON. . . . . . .Poet JUNIOR PROMENADE COMMITTEE.. D. C. BRAMLETTE, jr. D. E. STATON. J. L. ROBERSON. l23 JUNIOR CLASS ROLL AND STATISTICS. 1. M.ACKER,Jr.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..Aberdeen. B.S. in Med.: Delta Kappa Epsilon: Cotillion Club: Glee Club. J. H.ALDR1DcE.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..Estell. B.S.: Phi Delta Theta: Taylor Hall Club: U. M. A. A.: Y. M. C. A. F.M.BALL.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..Rexford. B.A.: Phi Sigma: Y. M. C. A.: Secretary Phi Sigma, '07: Treasurer, '06: C. l-l. A. W. A. B.S.BEALL,Jr.......................Lexington. B.S.: Sigma Alpha Epsilon: U. M. A. A.: Cotillion Club. C.R.BOLTON........................Pontotoc. B.S.: Delta Psi: Phi Sigma: U. M. A. A.: Vice-President Y. M. C. A., '07. D. C. BRAMLETTE, Jr. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..Woodville. B.A.: Kappa Alpha: U. M. A. A.: German Club: Episco- palian Club, French Play. A.BROOKE.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..Meridian. B.A.: Delta Tau Delta: Hermaean: Vice-President Class, '06: First Freshman Medal: Episcopalian Club. H.T.BUcKLEY.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..Winona. B.S. in C. E.: Phi Delta Theta: U. M. A. A.: Taylor Hall Club: Y. M. C. A.: Base-Ball Squad, '06. J. E.. CAL1-iouN... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..AtIanra,Ga. B.S.: Sigma Chi: Phi Sigma: Sigma Kappa Beta: Y. M. C. A.: U. M. A. A.: Glee Club: University Orchestra: President Sigma Kappa Beta: Vice-President Science Club: Second Fresh- man Medal, '05: M.'E.. T. Memorial Medal, '05. C.COLLlER.................. B.S.: Sigma Chi: Minstrels, '03-'O4. j.B.CooN.................... ....Wood B.S.: l-lermaean. J.H.CURRiE.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ...Meri C I Club: Memphii: Sub. Quarter, '06: Base-Ball, '07. E..A.DAWSON.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..Okol B.S.: Sigma Alpha Epsilon: U. M. A. A.: French Pl "The Rivals." ' H.B.E.pwARDs.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..Shuqual B.S.:Delta Tau Delta:Y. M. C. A.:U. MJ A. A.. A.L.E.1..Lls............ .. ........ .. ..Flore B.S.: Sigma Chi: U. M. A. A. L.E.FAR1.EY.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..Heman B.S.: Phi Kappa Psi: Sigma Kappa Beta: President H maean, '06: Y. M. C. A.: Magazine Board, '06-'07: C. C. C M. E. T. Memorial Medal, '06: Taylor Hall Club. A.M.FooTE... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..I-Iattiesbu B.A.: Kappa Alpha: U. M. A. A.: French Play: Base-B '07: Glee Club. E.K.GUiNN.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..Houlk B.S. in Med.: Y. M. C. A.: Asheville Conference, '06. D.R.GUNN.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..Okolon B.S. in Med.: Phi Sigma: Y. M. C. A.: Students' Scien Club: Treasurer Medical Class. W.E.HAMPTON............. ....0xfor B. S. in Med: Phi Kappa Psi. Q.. fl l ' l Q11 f i .rx B.A.: Kappa Alpha: U. M. A. A.: Y. M. L.. A.: Meri 21 . IKE :J x l 4 iR.HANEY,Jr.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..Hattiesburg. B.S. in Med.: Sigma Alpha Epsilon: U. M. A. A.: Epis- ppalian Club: C. C. C.: Gym. Club. u.C.HlGHTOWER.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..Hattiesburg. l B.S. in Med.: Sigma Alpha Epsilon: U. M. A. A.: Pres- ent Sophomore Class: Base-Ball, '05, '06, '07: Foot-Ball, '06. '.G.JOHNSON.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..Bright. lub B.S.: Hermaean: Science Club: Y. M. C. A.: Franklin Hall I . hiss LYNETTE KIMMONS. . . . . . . . . . . . . .FL Smith, Ark. B.S.: Delta Delta Delta: Parthenic: Y. W. C. A.: Y. W. A. A.: French Play: Tennis: ,Basket-Ball. ..C.KNOX.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..Pontotoc. B.S.: Sigma Chi: U. Nl. A. A.: Y. M. C. A.: Base-Ball, 5, '06, '07: Foot-Ball, '06: "The Rivals." .A.LAUDERDALE.. .. . .. .. .. . . ..I-lernando. A B.S.: Hermman. B.W.LEAvE1.L.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..Oxford. ' B.S.: Sigma Chi: Phi Sigma: Medical Class: Vice-President E. 'M. C. A., '06: U. M. A. A.: Manager Track and Tennis, 6, '07: Manager University Minstrels, '04: Board of Control, 06: J. M. C. Club: Memphii. ELLINDSEY.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..Laurel. B.S.: Phi Sigma: Sigma Kappa Beta: Franklin Hall Club: Science Club: M. E. T. Memorial Medal, '05: Y. M. C. A.: Vice-President Class. E.L.MEADERS.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..Grenada. w B.S.: Sigma Chi: Phi Sigma: U. M. A. A.: Y. M. C. A. Vhss P. M. MIDDLETON.. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..Yazoo City. B.S.: Parthenic: Y. W. A. A.: Y. TUV. C. A.: Basket-Ball. W.V.B.MILLER,Jr.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..Meridian. A B.S.: U. M. A. A.: Hermaean: Y. M. C. A.: Meridian Zlub: Foot-Ball Squad, '05-'06. u 1 ' s rg. J.L.NICHOLS.............. ...E.udora. B.S.: Phi Sigma: Y. M. C. A. MlSSDAISYB.PLANT.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..Oxford. B.S.: Delta Delta Delta: Y. M. C. A.: Class Historian, '07: Editor OLE Miss, '04. J.l...ROBERSON.. .. ... .. .. .. .. ... .. ..Pontotoc. B.A.: Delta Psi. F. P. SM!TI-I. . . . . . . . .Coffeeville. B.S. in Med. W. A. SOLOMON. . . . . . .Hemando. B.S.: Hermman. R.l...STARK.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..Pontotoc. B.A.: Phi Sigma: Sigma Kappa Beta: Y. M. C.. A. D.E..STATON.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..SwanLake. B.S. in Med.: Sigma Chi. S. P. STUBBLEFIELD.. . . .. .. .. .. .. .. ..Deasonville. B.S.: Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Y. M. C. A.: Taylor Hall Club. J.M. TAYLOR.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..Como. B.A.: Phi Kappa Psi: Phi Sigma: Base-Ball, '04, '06, '07: Taylor Hall Club. j.P.WATK1Ns.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..Statel..evee. B.S.: Phi Sigma: C. C. C.: Y. M. C. A. C. M. W1LLiAMsON,Jr.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..Jackson. B.A.: Kappa Alpha: German Club: Episcopalian Club: U. M. A. A. A.W.W1LLrs.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ...Tylertown. B.S.: Phi Sigma: Corresponding Secretary Y. M. C. A.: C. C. C. C.W.Wm-mans... .. .. .. .. ... .. .. .. .. ..Love. B.S.:C. C. C.:Y. M. C. A. A.WOOD.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..Aberdeen. B.A.: Delta Kappa Epsilon: Hermaean: Y. M. C. A.: U. M. A. A.: Foot-Ball, '06. C.G.WOOD.................. ...Brookhaven. B.A.: I-lermaean: Y. M. C. A. 4 JUNIOR CLASS HISTORY. Carlyle says: "Histories are as perfect as the historian is wise, and is gifted with an eye and a soul." Dear reader, hear my con- fession: I am not wise, for I have never quenched my thirst with Pierian water, and should the success of this history depend upon the wisdom of its author, it would indeed be a failure. There would be no archive for it beside the innumerable brilliant junior Class histories that have been compiled by Iunior prodigies. But I can justly lay claim to an eye and a soul, however dim the one or narrow the other, and in writing this history I shall give free rein to both. Some histories are to be studied, some to be read, and some may be neglected entirely, not only without detriment, but with ad- vantage. Let me assure you that this one cannot be ignored, and should you pass it by in silent contempt, it will be to you a last- ing regret. The great disadvantage most historians labor under is too tedious an interruption by the insertion of records in their narrative. I shall shun this Scylla, though perhaps to be engulfed by some more objectionable Charybdis. The Class of l908 is unique. In many respects it is the . remarkable one that the classic walls of the University of M' sippi have ever sheltered. Back in its Freshman year-the ' mare period of student life, when one is brought face to face new problems, new environments, new difficulties, which require the tact of a born diplomat to overcome-the future grea, and success of this Class was foretold. Learned professors in these youthful prodigies embryo statesmen, historians, poets, philosophers, in whom they believed that their erudition would reproduced, and that, taken as a whole, it was a glowing conste tion whose intellectual brilliancy would dazzle the whole wo Part of this prediction has already come true, and before the sad farewell shall have been uttered in June, l908, all-yea, m than all shall have been verified. ' Our barques, driven by their own favoring breezes, may g in widely separated courses: but somewhere or somewhen may all cast anchor in a common harbor where the waters wash f strands of gold. Historian. THE 'VARSITY FOP I 'm feelin' awful chesty, I 'm a man of much conceit- The girls all stare in wonder When I go out on the street. My hat 's the newest castor, My coat 's of late design And through my haberdashery Runs a silken, tinted fine. I smoke my Turkish trophies, I twirl a varnished caneg The Freshmen try to ape me With all their might and main. I always wear a nosegay, The rose or mignonetteg For I 'm a mighty masher. A lion and a pet. My papa pays my tailor- I'-Ie pays the Horist, too: And yet, the upper classmen Say "Gussie, girl, skidoo!" I do not know the reason They wink the other eye. But just the same they do it- Ancl oh, I wonder why. l27 H. W. S. JUNIOR LAW CLASS. OFFICERS. T. P. MCCULLAR., .. . .. .. .. .. .. ..President. A. NILES... .. .. .. . ...Secretary andTreasur C.E.MORCAN.... ...........Vice-President. B.E.DEROY..........., ......Histori R.A.TRIBBLE.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..Poet. JUNIOR PROMENADE. COMMITTEE. M. JOHNSTON. C. E. WRIGHT. l28 3 JUNIOR LAW CLASS ROLL AND STATISTICS. ...l-.-1. C BECKETT Jr West Point. Delta Kappa Epsilon I-lermaean U M A A B A '06g ll lx , IJ ll 7 -l 'J l l itof-imchief ore M1ss,,'05g Editor-in-Chief U. Magazine, 4: . ' f ,' . Delta Psi. B. .. . . .. , 05 Cecil Rhodes Scholarship 07 H BRADEN Lruntown. BS 07 Ph1S1gma A BUFORD Whitehaven Tenn. CANFIELD Columbus Miss. Kappa Alpha -.-.CHR1s'r1AN.. .. .. .. .. . .. .. .. ..Mer1dian. Delta Kappa Epsilong Meridian Club. 3.E.DERoY.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..New YorkCity. Acacia g' Director of Track Team: Blackstone Club. ?..E.JAMESON.. . .. . .. .. .. .. .. ...Sunnyside. vi.JoHNsToN.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..Sunnyside. Phi Kappa Psi: Phi Sigma: Blackstone Club. K. KIRK.. .. .. .. . .. ..Bentonia. Blackstone Club. -. -. MCINNIS. . . . . . . .Meridian. ,I.A.NILES.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . .. .. ..Kosciusko. Phi Delta Thetag Secretary and Treasurer of Class. J.E.PARKER....... ......lncrease Blackstone Club. E..H.RATcL1FFE.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..Natchez. Sigma Chi. "The Rivalsng Blackstone Club: Y. M. C. A.: Cotillion Clubg Memphii Clubg J. M. C. Clubg W. and L University. M. H. ROSENBAUM.. .. .. .. .. . . ...Meridian Meridian Clubg Cotillion Club. R.A.TRiBBLE.................. ...CedarBluff Blackstone Clubg Magazine Board. E.C.WR1cHT................ ...Oxford Delta Kappa Epsilon: Junior Prom. S! JUNIOR LAW CLASS HISTORY. ' --1 ND it came to pass that in the year fifty and seven anno universitate, which is known to ,A the common herd as one thousand nine hun- 14:2 dred and six, there gathered on a certain day Z more than twenty learned men, all strong of Q V arm and weighty in brain. i And when the twenty and odd had gath- y X L' ered themselves together on the plain of Uni- versity, which doth lie near the desert of Ox- bb ford, there did arise a mighty gust of air, 1.6: " warmed and exhaled by these uninitiate, after ve! L the fashion of men of their profession. And they did say among themselves: "Now wherefore are we here? For are we not already learned and have we not knowl- edge unto overflowing? Still, let us tarry and gather such learning as the Koran is not strong in." And after they had shelled out fifty and live pieces of silver, they were enrolled in the Book of Life, though its leaves did also tell of Freshmen and dead ones. And they said one to another: "We must have a chief." And with one voice they acclaimed Sivley Sheik. And they marched gaily forth to battle. And first came the Battle of Blackstone, and the faithful conquered. For "Blackie's" own mother would not have recognized the mutilated remains that were left upon the field. And in the band were Alexander the Great, haughty and vendor of much fine raiment: and Becket, ye chef and scholar: and Bradyn, who was fair of faceg and Dean, impressario, fenciol- ogist, and what not: and De Roy, fleet of foot and fond of vio- lets: and johnson, who did wrestle with the text and gained there- by many a fallg and McCullar, slow of step, long in sleep and devoted to the fair sex: and Morgan, who did earn much boisterous, equine hilarityg and Niles, anatomist, for he knew much of bones' and some lawg and Ratcliffe, who did tarry long at discourse, andfi did emulate Maud to a "fare you well"g and Lepus Sylvaticus Sledge, otherwise known as "Bunny"g and Rosenbaum a 'ealo l 9 J ugf blonde and hater of the ladiesg and petite Tribble, who did ridif, in carriages and thereby became famousg and also many others. I And after the first battle they did fight many others, and iii turn defeated each enemy. J' And on the twelfth day of the twelfth month came the siege., And here again all conquered. Now after these things it came to ass the Sheik Sivle d' P Y 1 ' succumb to the entrancement of the filthy lucre. 2 Then did Uncle Thomas become the chosen, and the shout? of "The King is dead! Long live the King!" arose from the band s ' ' 1: S ik And after much confab they did proclaim F a lkner he Q And then did they shout, "The King is dead! Long live the And after a few days Sheik Faulkner did leave the And again Uncle Thomas, the old reliable, did become Sheik. And they did cry, "The King is dead! Long live the Herodotus has spoken, and there is history. And ther many who do say: "Wherein does this land differ from they first gathered near the desert?" And then do I say: whereas then they thought they knew, now they have doubts." I leave them treading the treacherous sands of legal lore. Think ye not your journey is over. There cometh one, none other than this same Uncle with a scorpion called "E.quity." And verily I say, many ...us fallen in the fray. . ,. 1 And the shibboleth shall be: Have you seen our new, Professor?" 0 , 'CT419 ff TW T .LKLWM OFFICERS. SIVELY RHODES. . . . . . . . .President. RICHARDSON AYR.-ts. . . . . . .Treasurer Miss ONA COLLIER. . . . . .Vice-President. Miss MAUDE MAGEE. . . . . . . .I-Iistorian. B. H. STORM.. .. .. . .. ..Secretary. L. C. CANON.. .. .. .. ...Poet. I3I SOPHOMORE ROLL AND STATISTICS. J.A.ALDRrDcE.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..Estill. B.S.: Phi Delta Theta: Y. M. C. A.: U. M. A. A.: Bell Buckle Club: Taylor Hall Club. Miss WINIFRED ALSTON. . . .. .. .. .. .. .. ..Mt. Olive. B.S.: Y. W. C. A.: Y. W. A. A.: Parthenic: Basket-Ball. Miss E.. L. ASHFORD... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..l'lattiesburg. B.S.: Parthenic: Y. W. C. A.: Y. W. A. A.: Basket-Ball. R.AYRE.S... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..Natchez. B.S.: Phi Sigma: Y. M. C. A.: Glee Club: Treasurer Class: Second Freshman Medal. G.C.BArEs.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..Oxford. B.S.: U. M. A. A.: Foot-Ball, '05-'06. J.S.BELL.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . .. ..Columbus. B.S.: Delta Tau Delta: Y. M. C. A. Miss JENNIE BENSON. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Water Valley. B.A.: Delta Delta Delta: Parthenic: Y. W. C. A.: Y. W. A. A.: Basket-Ball. C.S.BlGHAM... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..Pontotoc. B.S.: Sigma Chi: Phi Sigma: Y. M. C. A.: First Freshman Medal, '06. l32 W. L. BRANNON, Jr. . . . B.S.: Y. M. C. A. N.C.BREwER.. .. .. .. B.S.: Sigma Chi: U. M. A. A. MissMARYBRooME.. .. .. .. ... . B.S. Miss JUUA C. BROWN. . . . B.S. H.Z.BRowNE... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. an-use ...- . . Coffeeville. Black Hawk. . . University. . . . Oxford. . . Kosciusko. B.S.: Phi Kappa Psi: Hermman: Y. M. C. A.: U. M. A. A.: Poetry Prize, Magazine, '06: Alumni Editor U. M. Mag- azine, '06-'07: C. C. C.: Meridian Club: Vice-President Her- maean, '07: Anniversary Poet, 'O7: Taylor Hall Club: Delegate Asheville Conference, '06, DEWITTBUCK.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. B.S.: Phi Sigma: Y. M. C. A.: U. Nl. A. A. MISSEDNABUFKIN.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. X . . . .Acona. . . . .l..aurel. B.A.: Chi Omega: Y. W. C. A.: Y. W. A. A.: Parthenic. L.C.CANoN.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. B.A.: Delta Kappa Epsilon: Phi Sigma. . . . .Dubbs. Miss M. ONA COLLIER. . . . . . . . . . . .Oxford B.S., Chi Omega: Vice-President Class, '06-'07. D.E.CRAwLEY.. .. .. .. .. .. B.S., Hermaeang Y. M. C. A. L.E.DICKERSON.. .. .. .. .. ... B.S., Phi Sigma, Y. M. C. A. Miss IDA H. DUNCAN.. .. .. .. B.A. E.ELLis.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. B.S.: Sigma Chi. YZ M. C. A. C.FERRELL.. .. .. .. .. .. .. B.S.: Delta Tau Delta: Y. M. W.C.FURR........ B.S.:Y. M. C. A. J.G.GlLLESPlE.. .. .. .. .. .. B.S.: Phi Sigma, German Club, Glee Club. Miss MARY R. GLENN.. .. .. .. B.S.: Chi Omegag French Play. O.F.GRANTHAM.. ... .. ... B.S.:Y. M. C.A. W.R.GRAVES.. .. .. .. .. .. o 0 C. A. U. M. A. A.: . . . Gulfport . . . .Blue Springs . . . .Oxford . ..Florence . ..Ashland . . . .Oxford . .Greenwood Y. M. C. A. . . . .Oxford . . University. C. P. HALL. B.S., Phi Delta Theta: Taylor Hall Club: U. M. A. A. Miss FLORENCE I-ILDLESTON. . . . . . . . . . B.S., Chi Omega: Historian Class, '06, C.P.I-IENRY.. .. .. .. .. .. . .. .. B.S.. Phi Delta Theta5Y. M. C. A. I-I.C.I-IENRY.. .. .. .. .. .. . .. ... .. B.S.: Phi Delta ThetagY. M. C. A. . .Charleston. Y. M. C. A.: . . . .Oxford. . .Yazoo City. . .Yazoo City. J. E. HERRINGTON. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .E.llisville. B.S.: Y. M. C. A. ' Miss RACHEL C. HERRON. . . . . . . .Oxford. B.S., French Play. W. l-l. HILL. . . . . . . . . . .Water Valley. B.S. WL. W. HOLBERG. . . . . . .Macon "'Deceased. B.S. l'l.l'lOLI..AND.............. ....Maben. B.S., Hermaeang Y. M. C. A. C.P.HUGGlNS.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..Scranton .. .. .. .. ...University B.S.g Sigma Chi: Y. M. C. A.: Captain Foot-Ball Team, '06-'07, Captain Base-Ball Team, '06-'07, U. M. A. A., Board B.S., Hermaeang U. M. A. A.: Y. M. C. A. of Control: Sub. All Southem, '06, Track Team, '04, '05, '06 D.l-IUNT.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..University. B.S. in M.E..: Phi Kappa Psi: U. M. A. A. l...D.JACKSON.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . .. ..Kosciusko. B.S.: Phi Delta Theta: U. M. A. A.: Taylor Hall Club. l...P.JONES... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..Sallisaw,l.T. B.S. in C. E.: Phi Delta Theta: U. M. A. A.: Y. M. C. A.: Captain Freshman Base-Ball Team: 'Varsity Team, '06-'07: Or- chestra, '05: Taylor Hall Club. NELLIE S. KIMMONS. . . . . . . . . .Oxford. B.S.: Delta Delta Delta. R. P.LAKE.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..Memphis,Tenn. B.S.: Delta Kappa Epsilon: Cotillion Club. S.H.l..IDDELL.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..BlueSprings. B.S.: Phi Sigma: Y. M. C. A.: U. M. A. A. S.P. LONG.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..Shannon B.S.: Y. M. C. A. MIss ANNIE W. MCBRIDE. . . . . . . .Oxford B.S. H. C. MCCORKLE. . . . . .Oxford. B.S. MISS HATTIE MAGEE. . . . . . .Clinton. B.S. .. .. .. .. .. ..NewAlbany MISS FANNIE MITCHELL. . . . B.S.: Parthenic: Y. W X-in-15...4n.nn.L. 'Ll -3-4.-a..,.....L..., .,.-f" - ' . C. A.: Y. W. A. A.: Basket-Ball. MISS MAUDE C. MAGEE. . . . . . .. .. .. .. .. ..Columbi, B.S.: Delta Delta Delta: Parthenic: Y. W. C. A.: Y. W A. A.: Historian Sophomore Class. L.N.MITcHEI..L.. .. .. .. .. B.S. in Med.: Sigma Alpha '06-'07: Cotillion Club. B.F.OLlVE.R.. .. .. .. .. .. B.S.: Delta Kappa Epsilon: J. M. C. Club: Y. M. C. A. S. T. PILKINTON.. .. .. .. .. B.S.: Cube Club: Taylor U. M. A. A. O. Q. POINDEXTER. . . . . . . . B.S.-: Y. M. C. A.: U. M. E.F.PUcKETT.. .. .. .. ... B.S.: Phi Sigma: Y. M. C. PAUL. RENSHAW.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..NewAlbany Epsilon: Glee Club: Orchestra, . . . . . . . . .Memphis, Tenn. U. M. A. A.: Cotillion Club: .. .. .. .. ..Mayhew. Hall Club: Foot-Ball, '06i ...Ravine. A. A. . .. . ..Caltman A. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..Helm. B.A.: Hermman: President Y. M. C. A., '06-'07: Science Club: President Hermaean, '07: '06: First Freshman Medal, '06: J.S.RHoDEs.. .. .. .. .. .. Delegate Asheville Conference 'Varsity Team, '06. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..Oxford B.A.: Kappa Sigma: Y. M. C. A.: U. M. A. A.: Base- Ball, '07. G. HANsoN ROBERTSON. . . B.S.: Y. M. C. A. 14, ' 1. 4111.-- ,-p-, ...- 4f'V 41 v--..as.......... . '. . . Laurel .414 ...,-gl. .. 1-..- .3-I1-Lg l s 7 G. HOI..COMB ROBERTSON.. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..Hattiesburg. W. TROTTER, Jr.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..Winona. I B.S.: Kappa Alpha: Hermaean: First Freshman Medal, '05. B-A-3 Slgma Alpha EPSll0H5 TaYl0r Hall Club- A.E.RUSSELL.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ...University. W'A'TYl'lES'l"' " " " " " " ---5Ummil- B.A.g Phi sigma. c. c. C.. Y. M. C. A. B-S' 'n C' EJ Ph' Kappa PS" I O.TYSON.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..HollySpnngs. MISS MARGARET SHERMAN. . . . . . . . . . .Memphis, Tenn. Kappa Alpha: Memphii: B'S'l Della Della Della' Miss VIRGINIA WELCH. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Toomsuba E. D. SMITH. . . . . . . . . . . .Holly Springs. B.S.g Delta Delta Delta: Parthenicg Y. W. A. A.g Y. W. BIS. in C' E. C. A.g Basket-Ball. 'l S. F. WILLIAMSON. . . . . . .Pleasant Grove J.T.SMITl-I.........'....... ....Barlow. BS i B'S':PhlSlgma:Y'M'C'A' D.W.WINN..........................Laurel SMITI-I. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Vicksburg. B.S.g Phi Sigma: Episcopalian Clubg C. C. C.g Y. M. C. A. In B.A.g Phi Delta Thetag Phi sigma, Y. M. C. A.. U- M- A- A-I Ffanlilm Hall Club- iU,M.A,.A. - W.A.WOOTEN.. .. .. ...Como B.A.g Phi Sigma. wB.l'l.STORM........................Brookhaven f BS.Ph,Dl Th 'U M A A.T kT ,06 Miss PAULINEWRIGHT.. .. .. .. ..Oxford ' " l e ta eta' "" ' me eam' l B.S.'g Chi Omega: Parthenic. W.A.TEMP1.E........................Oxford. J.K.Y0UNGHHH.,H ....I-dexington B.S.g Phi Kappa Psi. B.S.: Phi Sigma. l35 SOPHOMORE CLASS HISTORY After spending the few months of vacation informing Our friends in the different parts of the State concerning the latest rules in Athletics and explaining to them how much they had missed by never attending the University or how it was possible for us to ac quire so much knowledge in one short session, we said good-bye to those we left behind us and returned to school. We had looked forward to this time with a great deal of pleasure. We desired to renew our acquaintances of the previous year and to sit with them in the shade of the old campus trees, dis- cussing great plans for the future development of our Alma Mater and State. Above all we were anxious to assume the dignity be- fitting Sophomores and reign supreme over the members of the Freshmen Class while helping to initiate them into the mysteries of university life. We were so impressed with the latter idea that we took them under our protection and helped them to matriculate and arrange their courses. We finally felt it our duty to them and to the University to join with the other Classes in demanding that the Freshmen wear green caps as a sign of their submission to the authority of their superiors. We were reminded, however. by one in a little greater author ity than ourselves tif such things be possible, that our services in this respect would not be needed We were very much surpn .v at this decision for we were of the opinion that the Sophomore Cl N was the court of last resort in all matters pertaining to the welf ' 1 of the University especially those things rn which the Freshmen were concerned B ing disappointed in our efforts to subdue the Freshm from whose ranks we had soy recently es aped as by fire we d x cided to turn our attention to other matters and determined render some other service to the University worthy of note Car rying out this idea we sacrificed our own comfort and mtroduc I measles into the school We made this great sacrifice that th Seniors might not have to invent excuses for cutting classes an lf that the medical students might have an opportunity to acquire some practical experience If the members of both Classes did not profit by this it was not our fault We have been very much in earnest m all things we have undertaken and have not spared ourselves any trouble or mcon venience We have tried to learn by actual experience as well as by study For instance when our Class Poet was elected he forth with fell desperately in love in order that his verse might show more of that inspiration so essential to spring poetry In addition l I .I . su if 'll 0 Fil ,Q if I: .1 ' 1 n Z' n l l Y s s i D ob' 1 in S ew 1 if I' , V 1 f , ,x . v O A 0 O 0 l t . 9 'UO . 'Vi 'f u - as 1 9 ' ' - . . , . ,I . --, - fr , X ' x - 9 0 ' I , . . ' o u Q f a o ' ' 4 . kt to other services rendered the University, a member of our Class served as President of the Young Men's Christian Association, and we are justly proud of the work that has been done in that organ- ization. There is also one among our number whom his fellow- students counted worthy of their suffrages for the handsomest man in school, and he was such a typical member of our Class, in so far as looks were concerned, that we chose him Class President. Strange as it may seem, we sometimes have serious thoughts, school. When we see the lordly Seniors .ind most dignified Juniors bending over their books from early until late, preparing for the battles of life, we, desiring to pass our examinations, open our books up-side-down and dream of the time when we shall go forth in the world to fill every position of trust from stenographer to a country justice of the peace to teacher in a backwoods public school, and to make our influence felt throughout the entire community. Hoping these few lines will find you happy and prosperous, and wonder what shall be our careers when we shall have finished gentle reader, I am, as ever, Historian. Y. 51:15, L j.1f..- ,ui ., .j-Q 'W '.s.:,. -.. Q4 5' i-5: '. 'f ,-jr,-j.5., i -,.Agf-5.3, 5 ? - X , f..i'f-'F-".? 'i 'f -H -Tiff i' f 2 3?-'if it f 4 1 11 3 1:3 511ifp'4? 1 .. . 1- VTX ',,,,, .'1,,".a .fi 'gat' .:1,'-' ' " ,hu ',,-'J' '1-'Cl lk Q ,- Q 'f 31- ' ,J T, fs , 7? 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A I figs 'X 'x f 1 4, S ., ,4za'QQag'5,'i ,ty Q ig ,?l5 1 152 E f :fi M ' ' 'I ?'5""' xl I be-.:' ' wbm 'UA L ' f -'nlflfh ' 5" 1 nm "w il W W W P' ' - X "Iii E: s.: D 54' oF GREATNESS OFFICERS. P sident BARRY GILLESPIE.. . . ..Treasur W.C.BRANTON........ ....re . Miss MARGARET MAXWELL. . . . .Vice-President. BAXTER KNOX. . . . . . .Historian . . . .Poet Miss CATHARINE DUNBAR. . . Cf. . . .Secretary Miss ELOISE DAVIS. . . 5 I39 FRESHMAN CLASS ROLL AND STATISTICS. .- F.S.ABNEY.... ...Toccopola. C.H.BUCKLEY.................. ....Wino1 B.S. B.S.: Y. M. C. A.: U. M. A. A. ' M.G.ABNEY.... ...Toccopola. E..L.BURNET..........................UtiC8. B.S. B.S.g Glee Club: Y. M. C. A.g U. M. A. A. E. E. ALLEN. . . . . . . . . . .Brookhaven E. L. Bussv. . .Bogue Chitto- B.S.g Phi Sigma. B.S.g Hermman: Y. M. C. A. G. L. BASKIN.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..Mericlian. R F.CAMP.. .Hattiesburg. B.S.g Y. M. C. A.: U. M. A. A.g Meridian Club. B.S. MISSINABATES.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..Oxford. R E..CHr:ATHAM,Jr... ...Columbus. B.S. B.S. R- C- BATSONH - - --Hillsdalm Miss OLIVE CASSELL.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ...Canton. B-5 B.S.: Parthenic: Y. W. c. A.. Y. W. A. A.. Basket-Ball. B-C-BERNARD-'--'-----"H ""be"at0bia' T.D.CHILTON........................OXf0l'd. B.A.: Hermaean: Y. M. C. A. 13.51 W.C.BRANToN.......................Burdette. F.E..CoLLlNs........ ....CoEeeville. B.S.: Hermaean: Y. M. C. A.: U. M. A. A. B.S.: Y. M. C. A. H.H.BmcKELL.....................YazooCity. M.S.CONNER................. B.A.: Hermaeang Y. M. C. A.: U. M. A. A. l40 B.S.: Y. M. C. A.: U. M. A. A. A K. McC. COOPER. . . . . . . B.S. : Kappa Sigma. . J.A.CRITTENDEN.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ... B.S.: Sigma Chi: Theta Nu Epsilon: U. M. A. A.B.CRow1a1.1.............,... ...... B.S.: Phi Sigma: Y. M. C. A. MAUDECROWELL.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. B.S.: Parthenic: Y. W. C. A.: Y. W. A. A. J.W.CUNNlNGHAM.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. B.S.: Kappa Alpha: 'Foot-Ball, '06, MISSELOISEDAVIS.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. B.S.: Parthenic: Y. W. C. A.: Y. W. A. Club: "The Rivals": Freshman Poet. S.L.DEAR..........t..... .. B.S.: U. M. A. A. D.L.DrxoN.. .. .. ... B.S. J.W.DU1.ANEY,Jr.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ... . . . .Sardis. . .Greenville. A. . . Orrwood. . .Orrwoocl. . Lexington. . . Memphis. A. : Reading . .Florence . . . .Olio. . Greenwood. B.A.: Hermaean:'Y. M. C. A.: U. M. A. A.: C. C. C. CATHARINE DUNBAR.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..Natchez. B.A.: Parthenic: Secretary of Class: Y. W. C. A.: Y. W. A. A. : Basket-Ball. NELLEDUNN.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..Greenville. B.S.: Parthenic: Y. W. C. A.: Y. W. A. A.: Basket-Ball. C. ENGLESING, jr. . . . . . . B.A.: U. M. A. A. C. Fox, Jr. . B.S.: Y. M. C. A.: U. M. A. A. . Port Gibson . .Duck Hill M.FULLER... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..Laurel B.S.: Phi Sigma: Franklin Hall Club: Y. M. C. A. H.FURR.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ...Toccopola B.A.: Phi Sigma: Y. M. C. A. GAlTHER.............. B.S.: Y. M. C. A. - GILLESPIE. B.S. in C. E.: Phi Sigma: Y. M. C. A.: U. Florence, Ala . . .Duck Hill M .A. A. Q.G1LMER.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ...Toccopola B.A.: Y. M. C. A. RGRANTHAM.. .. .. .. .. .. B.S.: Phi Sigma: Y. M. C. A. GREEN,Jr... .. .. .. .. .. .. B.S. H.GRiFF1N............. . B.S.: C. C. C.: Base-Ball, '07. M1ssMAYA. HALEY.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . . .University . . .jackson . . Greenville. . . . University B.S.: Parthenic: Y. W. C. A.: Y. W. A. A. Miss EMMIE HAMMOND.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..Winona. B.S. University . . Fayette . . Fayette . Lexington Shuqualak U M A A Orchestra laylor Hall . Dunleith. . .Shubuta. Holly Springs. . .Oxford Miss JULIA L KENDE1.. . .Oxford J D KING .Okolona. Mlss N1-:LL KIRK .Bentonia. J. LESTER. . . . . . . .Guntown B.S. J.LlNDsEY,Jr.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..L.aurel B.S.: Phi Sigma: Franklin Hall Club: C. H. A. W. A. S.J.LOE.B.. .. .. .. .. . .. .. .. .. .. .. ..Columbus B.S.: U. M. A. A. J. S. MCCLINTON. . . . . . . . .Newton B.S. W. P. MCDONALD.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..BaySt. Louis . B.S.: Sigma Chi: FoOt-Ball Squad, '06. A.H.MCDONNELL.. .. .. .. .. .. . .. .. .. ..Okolona, B.S.: Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Base-Ball, '06, '07: Foot-Ball '06s U. M. A. A. G. A. MCLARTY.. .. .. .. ..Oxford B.S.: Y. M. C. A. W.N.MCLEOD......................Brooksville B.S.: Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Y. M. C. A.: U. M. A. A.: Foot-Ball, '06, '07: Cotillion Club: Glee Club. Miss AUc.usTA MCLERAN. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Booneville. B.S.: Parthenic: Y. W. C. A.: Y. W. A. A. E.A.MCVEY.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..Pontotoc. B.S.: U. lVl. A.: Base-Ball Squad, '07. Miss MAROARET MAXWELL.. .. .. .. .. .. .. ...Canton B.S.: Parthenic: Y. W. C. A.: Y. W. A. A.: Basket-Ball. l...P.MAY................. ....Brookhaven B.S.: Phi Sigma: Y. M. C. A. E..B.M1LLER.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..Meridian B.S.: U. M. A. A.: Cslee Club: Meridian Club. C. E. MILLER.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..Meridian .B.S.: U. M. A. A.: Clee Club: Meridian Club: Base- Ball, '07, R.P.MiTcHE1.1... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..Sardis B.S.: Kappa Sigma: U. M. A. A.: Glee Club: Base- Ball, '07. P. S. MONTGOMERY. . . . . . . .Hattiesburg B.S.: U. M. A. A. ROGER MONTGOMERY. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Tunica. B.A.: Y. M. C. A.: U. M. A. A. E..L.MYERS.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .Jackson B.S.: Y. M. C. A.: U. M. A. A.: Base-Ball, '07: Memphii. Miss JENNIE B. NEWELL.. .. .. .. .. . .. .. ..Oxford B.S. R.L.NlsBET................ ....Pontotoc B.A.: Phi Sigma: Y. M. C. A. J.M.PANNELL.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..Wesson B.S.: Phi Sigma: Y. M. C. A.: U. M. A. A. Miss LIZETTE KIMBROUOH.. .. . . .. .. .. .. ..Oxford B.S. MISS A. L. KIMMONS. . . . . . . .Oxford. B.S. R MISS MARIE KIMMONS.. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..Pf. Smith, Ark B.S.: Parthenic: Y. W. C. A.: Y. W. A. A.: Basket-Ball. J.l'l.PASCl-IALL.. .. .. .. ... .. .... ......Oxford B.S. MISS LILLIE R. PI-IILI.IPs. . . . . . . . . . . . . .Monticello, Ark B.A.: Parthenic: Y. W. C. A.: Y. W. A. A. C. MCC. Pl-IIPPS.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..'l'erra Ceia,Fla. B.A.: Phi Sigma: Y. M. C. A.: C. C. C. P.PI.ANT....... ....Oxford . B.S. A.MCK.POWE.. .. .. .. .. . .. .. .. .. ..Hattiesburg. B.S.inMed.:Y. M. C. A.:U. M.A.A.:Gym. Club. D.N.POWERS................. ...WestPoint. B.S.: Y. M. C. A.: U. M. A. A. MISSSARAHE.. PRICE.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..Macon. B.S.: Parthenic: Y. W. C. A.: Y. W. A. A.: Basket-Ball. C. E.QUl-IKEMEYER... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..YazooCity. B.S.: Y. M. C. A.: U. M. A. A.: Glee Club: Orchestra: Taylor Hall Club. R.C.RAY.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..Canton. B.S.: Phi Sigma: Y. M. C. A.: U. M. A. A. MISS SARAH M. REA BS Parthenic Y W C A Y W A A Basl:etB BS YMCA UMAA E.H.RoAcI-I................ ...Oxfo BS U M A A T.B.SI-IEPHERD.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..Lexingto BS. Y M C. A U M. A A Glee Club Orchestra Gym. Team: Tammany Club A. A. SPARKMAN Clevelan W. H. SPENCER, Jr Red Luck. MISSJANIESTENNIS.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..KipliIIg. B.S.: Parthenic: Y. W. C. A.: Y. W. A. A. A. Y. STURDIVANT.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..HollySprings. B.S.: Y. M. C. A.: U. M. A. A. MIss EMMA G.SYIcEs.. .. .. .. .. . . ..Oxford. B.S.: Chi Omega. . J.S.RIcE...................... ....Ok B.S. B.S. - . MISSANNAB. TERRY.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..Winona. B.A.: Parthenic: Y. W. C. A.: Y. W. A. A. C MlSSJULlAB.TALBOT.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..Winona. B.S.: Parthenic: Y. W. C. A.: Y. W. A. A. :nz-1svu1'i -.- , ,Y I i G. P. TROTTER.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . .. ..West Point. W.L.W'EBSTER.. . . ..Oxiord B.S.: Y. M. C. A.: U. M. A. A. B.S. F.W.WADLOW................... ...Biloxi Z.P.WHlTE.. .. .. .. .. ..Toccopola B.S.: Y. M. C. A.: Episcopalian Club. B.S.g Y. M. C. A. W.A.WA1.ToN.. .. .. .. .. .. . .. .. . ..E.dinburg. E.I.WlYCUL.. .. .. . ..Neuleton B.A.g Phi Sigmag Y. M. C. A. B.S. Mlss RUTH WATKINS.. .. .. .. .. .. .. . . .. ..Newton. Miss MYRTIS WOODLI-LY.. .. . , . . .. .. .. . .Hattiesburg BS.: Parthenicg Y. W. C. A.: Y. YV. A. A. B.S.g Parthenicg Y. W. C. A.g Y. XV. A. A. i HISTORY OF FRESHMAN CLASS. When the University opened in September and the old 'Var- sity men were greeting each other, you could see a little bunch of youths standing off to themselves, all wishing they were back at home under the protection of mamma. These objects of curiosity were what the upper classmen call "Freshmen," This noble lot of Freshmen were not long in choosing their chums, and it was a proud moment when they first had the privilege of calling them- selves college men. It was not long before the Freshmen had a chance to show the upper classmen what they were made of, in reference to the "green cap" proposition. The whole Class4almost to a man-re- fused to wear them. It was not long beforqa spirit of class loyalty was to be no- ticed among the Freshmen, and at the regular time we had a class organization. It did not take long for us to elect our officers, and , -,,- ,,-,,, ,,44.,, notwithstanding the differences of opinion, etc., the Class of I9 stands united as one man. So far there has been nothing to mar the harmony of Classg we have been steadily advancing, and by the end of the y the Class will have a record in scholarship that any class ought be proud of. The Freshmen are taking great interest in the Literary eties and in some branches of Athletics, for the majority of the Tra Team are Freshmen, and when they go to Baton Rouge in 1 we are sure they will add more laurels to the already hea decked crown of "lVlississippi." Now that it is not long bef the summer vacation, the Freshmen are getting sorry, for they have to give their places to the Class of l9l I, which, we are s will not compare with the Class of l9l0. Historian FRESHMAN CLASS POEM. fWilh apologies to Tennyson., I. Half a league, half a league, eHalf a league onward, Into the valley of dread Came the Green l-lundred. "Forward the men of brass," Said the proud Soph'more class, Into the valley of dread Came the Green Hundred. II. Juniors to right of them, Soplfmores to left of them, Seniors in front of them, Volley'd and thundered. Stormed at with laugh and jeer, ' Boldly with smiling cheer, Into the haunted halls, Into the rooms so drear, Walked the Green Hundred. ' I47 i .-,aJ..1-'.-..,...,' . ... . -.-...--.,.4M III. Under the pall of night. Faces all hid from sight, Strong in their awful might, Came the head classmeng Quick then an awful din, "Down with these Freshmen!" Heard the Green Hundred. IV. "Down with the men of brass! Teach them to know their class! Heard the poor Hundred. "They must wear caps of green, Brightest that e'er were seen," Heard the scared Hundred. V. Bravely they made their stand, Proudly they held their land, Every good Freshman. When can their glory fade? Oh, the clean fight they made! Capless Green Hundred. l48 l ff -r r li .. ll I -J. C. HERRINGTON. . . . 'N. D. KITTRELI... . . E rj. M. ACKER, Jr.. .. . 'I Delta Kappa Epsilon 'K 'CASA COLLIER. . . . . i 1 Sigma Chi. 5 J. W. CUNNINGHAM. . . fi Kappa Alpha. I. G. DUNCAN. . . R. C. Fox, Jr.. . QE. K. GUINN.. .. " D. R. GUNN.. .. . EW. E.. HAMPTON.. .. Phi Kappa Psi. J. R. HANEY, Jr.. .. .. Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 4 MEDICAL STUDENTS. OFFICERS. .. .. .. .. .. ..President. J.A.lxlEXVMAN.. .. .. .. .. ...Vice-President. E.K.GU1NN.. .. .. .. F.P.SMITH............'.............l-listorian. ROLL AND STATISTICS. . . .Aberdeen . . .Oxford . . I. Lexington . . . .Oxford . . . .Duck Hill . . . .Houllca . . . .Okolona . . .Oxford . . .Hattiesburg J. C. HERRINGTON. . . Phi Sigma. C. C. HIGHTOWER. . . . Sigma Alpha Epsilon. N. D. KITTRELL. . . . G. W. LEAVELL. . . . M. V. B. MILLER, jr. . . Hermaean. J. A. NEWMAN. .. . Phi Sigma. F. P. SMITH.. . D. E.. STATON. . . Sigma Chi. . . .Secretary . . .Treasurer . .Sanclersville . . Hattiesburg . Black Hawk . . . .Oxford . . .Meridian Union Church . .Coffeeville . .Swan Lake A GAMBLEIPS REQUEST. I b'lieve I 'll chuck the game, boys, Ancl cash my few chips in And cut the whole cl- business- I don't know how to win. I don't quite know the tricks, boys, I'm green and gawky, toog For when you say, "I raise the bet," I can't tell what to do. It seems to me that you, boys, Would put me wise to tricks That make you win so quickly And leave me in this hx. But hold! I see the game, boysg It 's just the same in life- No quitters here can keep the pace: It 's battle to the knife, And since this is the game, boys, Just do your worst, I say- - No matter what the stake, the bel, Why, boys, I'm going to play. And if, perchance, I lose, boys . Or if, forsooth, I win, Why, kill me if I cry, boys, Extol me if I grin. H. W. S. l50 V nfVmx xx - f KXJ J fx N W qw Engfheeffhg f+ , . 1 f ilmw M5 1515 " WP 'Q X ' x if , N x Q 1 K , 6755 ' Q A f..,.4 y,,'f4l' X 1 f f jx ff: y Q f' Q W5 X V11 .X A I", R ' 4 QQ'-' 0 R ,X xx If Q E F K Z6 Q W i n V' g 2 44 - W5 '- -fiign 8 ' 4-"" x Y - 1 OFFICERS. W.S.BOBO......... ......President. W.H.MlLES.. .......Poet C. F. CATE.. . . . . . .Vice-President. B. ROACI-I. . . , , , . .Treasurer M.A.BRAY.. .. . . .. .. .. ..l-Iistorian. EMMCCORKLE... .. .. . .. ..Dude E..L.MEADERS.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..Secretary. "PUc"W1THERs.. .. .. .. .. .. ..Fool DANI-IUNT.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..Chaplain. 151 i I I .I HISTORY OF THE ENGINEERING CLASS. It has long been an acknowledged fact that method is char- acteristic of the engineering profession. In all the work of the Uni- versity this was true, till the Engineering Classes met to elect officers. Freshmen, Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors--Freshmen delighted to be in a meeting composed of upper classmeng Seniors almost ashamed of themselves for so being off their dignity as to appear at such a meeting-all scrambling for offices that nobody really wanted. After a very competitive and interesting election of offi- cers, the Seniors, by a unanimous vote of those present, adopted overalls and jumpers as their class distinction. Then and during the next few weeks they enjoyed a peculiar and a very pleasing distinction, which almost resolved itself into self-reverence. But it was soon found that their distinction was being put to such con- stant use it was fast becoming too greasy and dirty to be worn in public. Another meeting of the Class was called, but the doctors dis- .-A-....- -Mp - - ..,. -,...-.., .MM .4 -4. ....--..,. ...- agreed. After several hours of discussion, one member started to leave the room. He walked around for a while, looked in and un- der all the chairs, and then exclaimed: "Oh, I say, fellows, let 's get a hat!" Yes, a hat-the very thing! The various problems which naturally arose, however, might have dumfounded the members of other classes, but the Seniors came out victorious by referring the matter to their special committee. An original design was submitted. Its immediate adoption took place, with the expressed wish on the part of some that it be copyrighted. Many times have the Engineers of Nineteen-seven strolled UI thru the woods-thru the thickest of brambles which beset the sub- urbs of Oxford-carrying small seventy-five pound transits on their shoulders. Many hours have they sat patiently, laboriously draw- ing, while the crowd on the Campus watched a negro minstrel parade. Many nights have they pored over their books by the midnight elec- - - ,.-lm, --A. A-4,4..,,,,.-,.-.-L--m ...--'+V --- am, I vs n 4 .-I at .Q ft, li 1 Q 1 I tricity, which gave so weak a light their eyes were injured. lin- gineers we are, who some day hope to open the throttle that gives power to great enterprisesg but unlike those of whom the poet wrote: Over valleys, under hills, ' 'l'hru many "cuts," o'er many "fills," The Engineers are flying- Careless of the life they lead, Thundering on with cyclone speed, Flying, flying, flying. It might Hear the rumble of the wheels, See the white smoke as it feels In the distance rounding! Now the- engine looms in view, And the train of coaches, too, Creaking, gliding, bounding. Crows the demon as it dashes Down the rails until it passes. l-lear the whistle blowing- Now it softly sounds receding, Now it smaller grows, as speeding, 'Tis ever going, going. be well to add: The vision fails. 'Tis not like these 'lihe Class of Nineteen-seven, please. May no career be chequered, When each more active parts shall ta And for himself with honor make An engineering record. l53 President.. .. . Vice-President. . . Secretary. . . . Censor. . . . Critic.. . Chaplain.. . Doorkeeper. . ABNEY. ALLEN. AYRES. BAILEY. BALL. BIGHAM. BOLTON. BRADEN. CALHOUN. CANON. COCHRAN. ""Deccased. PI-II SIGIWA LITERARY SOCIETY. MOTTO.' Causa laiel, sed vis est nollssima Treasurer COLOR: Navy Blue. OFFICERS 1906-07. . . . . . . . . - . . . . . u 1 - , lst Term. A. WILLIAMS. W. H. BRADEN. J. B. WEBB. A. W. WILLIS. A. F. MECKLENBURGER. L. E. DICKERSON. I. C. NICHOLS. 2d Term. W. H. BRADEN. L. E. DICKERSON. P. P. LINDHOLM. C. S. BICHAM. E. F. PUCKETT. A. WILLIAMS. . . .R. C. BAILEY. MAY. . MECKLENBURGER. MCCORKLE, J. E., Jr. NICHOLS, J. L. NICHOLS, I. C. NISBET. PANNELL. - PHIPPS. POWERS. PUCKETT. RAY. J. E. MCCORKLE, Jr. 3d Term. R. FURR. W. H. BRADEN RUSSELL. SCHAUBER. SMITH, J. T. SMITH, R. WALTON. WATKINS. WEBB. WILLIAMS. WILLIAMSON, . WILLIS. WITTY. A. B. SCHAUBER C. R. BOLTON. J. T. SMITH. RUNDLE SMITH F. M. BALL. ROLL OF MEMBERS. COOPER. JENKINS. CROWELL. JOHNSTON. DEDEAUX. KING. DICKERSON. KNOX. ENGLESING. AJLEMAN. FULLER. LEAVELL, G. W. FURR. LEAVELL, L. GILLESPIE, B. LINDHOLM. GILLESPIE, J. G. LINDSEY, E. GRANTHAM. LINDSEY, J., Jr. HERRINCTON. LONG. WOOTEN. 154 YOUNG, J. K. iii Q .f L 0 P HERMEAN LITERARY SOCIETY. MOTTO.' "Amicitia Sempilern a C onjuncti. COLOR: Crimson. bi OFFICERS. 1st Term. 2d Term. 3d Term. President. . . FARLEY. RENSHAW. MILLER, M. Vice-President.. . BROOKE. RHODES. BROWNE. Secretary. . . RHODES. MORRIS. MITCHELL. L. B Censor. . . . . . . . .STORM. MILLER, M. COON. Chaplain.. WOOD, A. JOHNSON, I-I. G. JOHNSON, H. G Critic. . . . COLEMAN. SOMERVILLE. CRAWLEY. Doorkeeper. . HOLLAND. FARLEY. RENSHAW. Treasurer: EDWARDS, T. E. Poet: H. Z. BROWNE. Anniversarian: J. C. JOHNSON. Historian: T. E. EDWARDS. I . ROLL OF MEMBERS. BERNARD. COLEMAN. HARGIS. MORRIS. BOBO. COON. HOLLAND. RENSHAW. BRANTON. CRAWLEY. JOHNSON. RHODES. BRAY. DULANEY. KUYKENDALL. RICE. BRICKELL. EDWARDS, T. E. MILLER, M. V. SOMERVILLE. BROOKE. FARLEY. MILLER, CECIL. WITHERS. BROWNE. GRAVES. MITCHELL, L. B. WOOD, C. G BUSBY HIGHTOWFJER, E. G. MONTGOMERY. R WOOD. A l55 4:2--e-'31 , 1.,nIml'I-1-.1..mqg5.-, ,O Wg' ICQ? W2 M ii Wifi " I' - K-5 1-1 ' vw ln x an , Wi X5 'ffl pn .2 -'VHIIV f .ILA w gy rxxgfx 1, ' gy ,'F11fN 1 N H Z ZZ' 'A' 'Lf' M""rf7 -,F I. f fidffl .f W 0 . uf-'YE.e.M1nQ. 11' erfary ' Q5 Q 5 Q-1 yk 15? if' ,im Retpfvea... mrlrhat ed' b if 1 91.3 BJ If catioh of Wofn 651- J! 7.1 jgy Jefri m e n fab' tb m'a'l'ff5+'-"'fY4 lJqslX 9 V X . 'I M 7 ' A f ff ? - M COLORS: Nile Creen and While. OFFICERS I906-07. DOUGLASS MAXWELL.. . . . . . . .President. JENNIE BENSON. . . . . .Seen-etary. SALLIE HUMPHREYs. . . . . . . .Vice-President. JANIE STENNIS. . . . . . .Treasuren PROGRAM COMMITTEE. JEANNETTE FORD. ELIZABETH Pmcs. E.1.olsE DAv1s. 156 auf, ,, ,ar-V, ,. :,-L, 1-YL. ..,.--- -,Y ,.,f-..--- EMMA ASHFORD. EDNA BUFKIN. LYNETTE KIMMONS. KATHERINE DUNBAR. PEARL HUSTON. NANNIE LACEY. JENNIE BENSON. JULIA BOYD TALBOT. OLIVE CASSELL. MEMBERS. MAUDE CROWELL. ANNA BELLE TERRY. JANIE STENNIS. AUGUSTA MCLERAN. ELIZABETH KITTLE. BEss RICHMOND. DOUGLASS MAXWELL. JEANNETTE FORD. VIRGINIA WELCH. X 0' if, A X N I N ey.-,Q 0 - N.: ,9 . 5 'o ' X Q 1' 'S qkix- x-R TYNA PATE. RUTH WA'rKINs. NELLE DUNN. MYRTIS WOODLEY. MATHILDE LACEY. ELIZABETH PRICE. SALLIE HUNIPHREYS FRANCES MITCHELL SARAH REA. X 'I XS I NV 'IIIIIIIII . 1 1-, EN In ,Q ff ' I R4 1 . N ,Y . ,Wi M ylfffwldl :lf IW 'WI gf! Qtr'-I l57 ,. '. If X xv f' President. . . . . Vice-President. . Secretary and Treasurer Cntxc.. .. ... Sergeant-at-Arms. . . . . . ' . D -ra-Le ed lcv ...... 7 vo- l Magazine Editor J. A. ALExANDER. J. P. CHASE. A. J. COLEMAN. C. H. DEAN. H. L. GARY. T. A. HARDY. ..1ng. L -L BLACKSTONE CLUB. OFFICERS l906-07. 1511 Term. E. JOHNSON. T. A. HARDY. J. A. ALEXANDER. J. G. HOLMES. W. L. SCOTT. ROLL OF MEMBERS. F. C. HATHORN. F. D. HEWITT. H. A. HICKS. J. G. HOLMES. E. JOHNSON. M. JOHNSTON. Ed Term. J. A. ALEXANDER. . . C. HATHORN. D. G. WE'i'TLIN. E. JOHNSON. H. C. RAWLS. R. A. TRIBBLE. 3d Term. D. HEWITT. . C. RAWLS. C. LEAKE. G. HOLMES Ognzrn T. G. RAMSEY. --... H. C. LEARE. C. E. MORGAN. T. MCKNIOHT, Jr. J. B. PERKINS, Jr. T. G. RAMSEY. E. H. RATCLIFFE. H. C. RAWLS. W. L. SCOTT. R. A. TRIBBLE. B. A. TUCKER. D. G. WE1'TLlN W. L.. WOOD. ---,A 54' - 1 ,:4.,..-Q-,gym--1 Y -..,...-,.-A---..., PAUL RENSHAW. . GEO. W. LEAVELL. . . . E. K. GUINN.. .. C. R. BOLTON. . . A.B.ScHAUBER.... 1. ........ S I . OFFICERS OF Y. M. C. A. . . . . . .President A. W. WILLIS. . . . . .Corresponding Secretary . . . . V'iCe-Presiclenl. A. WOOD. . . . . . . .Recording Secretary . . , . .rl'reasurer. A. BROWN. . . . . . . .General Secretary Cl-IAIRMEN OF COlVllVllTTEES. Religious Meetings. GEO. W. LEAVELL.. . . . . . . . .lvligsign Study Bible Slucly. E.. K. GUINN. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Finance l.C.KNOX............................Social. 159 A T OAST. In cold water, fresh from some ambitious little spring that sparkles in its purity like a many-sided crystal revolving in the sun- light, bringing coolness to the parched throat, joy to the heart and the light of new life into the eyes of many a weary sojourner across the hot sands of life's plains-more refreshing than wineg more beautiful than anything else in the world--we propose a toast to you the Young lVlen's Christian Association of the University. Here 's to thy continued success! May thy usefulness increaseg may thy influence be multiplied many-fold, may the hands of those that serve thee be always strong and white: may their hearts be pure: may thv home be indeed a place of cheer for students who have moments of loneliness away from their own hearthstones: may thy service be one of ministry to those who are sick: mayest thou continue to encourage students in their work and inspire them to greater en- deavor, mayest thou always strive to create a wholesome college spirit, be a strong ally of athletics, fostering all clean college activ- ities and in everything seeking to create a sentiment that shall make for righteousness in our miclstg mayest thou see the kingdom of Christ come in the hearts of many who shall rise up to call thee blessed. X l L f X ff I W ..- X I' fx lk T'-bums I R i I ,. r M fl-- 'R' R- 7 5.1. 4' E . f ,miikxxe ' rrllw ir. im A N110 , vuwvr W XIX , mllll lx ' 4' X . A4 ,bf I rfzx A , if . T 4 fl Q A XX' - IW: I l r i Q age 11 Q 4 ,Z - 2 'L' S 'Z 9 3 g 10 5 q -'25 1 ' a -2 4 ,Q f 'I , f 4 W X I . 1 l6l OFFICERS. MISS'TYNA PATE. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Presxclent Mlss I-IARDEMAN. . . . . . .Vice-President Miss PEARL HUSTON. . . . . .Treasurer MISSWELCH..................... ...Secretary COMMITTEE Cl-IAIRMEN. MISS HATTIE MAGEE. . . . . .Devolional Miss JEANNETTE F ORD. . . . .Intercollegiate Miss SARAH HUMPHREYS. . . . . .Mission Miss EULA DEATON. . . . .Bible Study Miss JENNIE BENSON. . . . . . .Social Miss PEARL HUsToN. . . . . .Finance Miss MARY HARDEMAN. . . . . .Membership LIN ES. I. There is a path that leads us on To worlds half realized, In days that have forever gone, Of memories comprised. II. And clown this path I lightly stept And, dreaming. -walked with Her Who made the lands and ever kept The lands that never were. III. And all alone on a moonless night, Alone yet not alone, I wander in the softened light Of a Love which is Her own. - Freshman l62A MAGAZINE BOARD. G . ... ., 1.3 gs. COCHRAN. BRAY. WEBB. MISS HUMPHREYS. FARLEY. TRIBBLE. VXITTY. WILLIAMSON. BROWNE. UNIVERSITY OF MISSISSIPPI MAGAZINE.1 . Published Monthly during the Collegiate Year by the Phi Sigina and Hermaean Literary Societies. Subscription, Sl .25. Single Copies, l5c. FRED M. WITTY, Editor-in-Chief. . . . . . . . . . . . .Phi Sigma. U C. B. COCHRAN, Business Manager. . . . . . . . . . . .Phi Sigma. L. E. FARLEY, Local. . . . . . . . . .Hermaean C. A. WILLIAMSON, Ass't Editor-in-Chief. . . . . . .Phi Sigma: HUGH Z. BROWNE, Alumni. . . . . .Hermaean MAURICE BRAY, Exchanges. . . . . . . . . . . . . .Hermaxean. MISS SALLIE I'-IUMPI-IREYS. . . . . . .Parthenic. J. B. WEBB, Athletics. . . . . . .Phi Sigma. R. A. TRIBBLE. . . . . . . . . .BlaclcstQne. ' University CP. OJ, Mississippi. I64 MITCHELL. BURNET. COLEMAN FOOTE. QQ XY 'QX X V X X I x I .,.,ff, ,QQ 1, ,I , AS Q:-:YT 4 Q l '!'?.e:f.1.. A: X 4 5 '?- s :- ,, 2: W r A ix had 1 fray! E. IQ , 11 '44 , , . .-,. L-WI! S kr gi ?' E.,-.g Xxx fz' 54 E2 11, 54K TYR- 'Q?'gj-'Q W 'ff I ,fy -QQ-.w7A3.x. 5-T . ll?-f A , 1 1 , .- 4 ' f' '5"" r' X-'E' 7Zf X .. f fad N K' -lr ' -x,,5f ' ' - -,- '- f , L Q5 L I f .,L 'u 'Eg :fT:i,i. Y ' ti :ff1l',"f'- Pau HH, WI' 157 1,-if - l. . X .- 'ff X, px-HW. 1 5 XA X XXL!-:,1 Z' r ' M ., 5... xx. X fimi-1 fig Vpix fiA:gfg1?'x 1 f, 1i: f I : ' ' 5 '32 5 X -, wx Q 52 ' Maw a .iw ' "Ei'E.fGF l + A fi 7 "TF ixll NX "Y MIYEEHIQ ' , 'S 5? N, A Xb Y L Eg' - 5' 1 gig i . X In ,AVE1m'j2,11Ex UN Q X - as 3 Li- Ice: - ggg g S v, X gk, K NF SYM-iw-7-,,?A?, f Q. A Xxx . -xx X., A 5,-.Qs 'WJ :iz-U,'iiN gn i X W 'X .Mi-'vi' 'E7.'f -f"f5'::Q4a-51 N MGX N H557 Aff' E' WIUQQSE if S1 ff'-fix 4fi'z- 'wsefs x N 1 xv' If u?f nhl. ui-LS ,A 91? fp X Smlgilhltb-A ggi" H..-:Z" .-"' ' " ' J, gi U Y 15.- N1 x X- 1' f A x, 1 ' , Sy, Ng? - " f :fx 4 X ' 2 ' gf-f?1 '. yiu 1' sw- - SE 'H . QN, : '2 I , f NN-It. -kc-35-Q --' i ,. Pr , .1 , I .... ' V lg" N f 3 5 Xi-SQ?f,' am' Q 3 1 "" f XXL -glgkg-X fir L. 'V !lU I! ff If ' - , M I ff ,MQ Q 1 fN' J' . A 1 ::g:E5: ' WR V J A IN' - ' --:siif E'7 I -EEE! 'X A I A ' I x ll- ..:EE-2553-Wiiiiiii.- 5:::::::..::::::::..."""'ll""-.""' 'iw' '!"" I I aa. 'I I X lf' .iiiiEE2EiiE" .Q-if 1isaaiaaaiss:""QQQSEEEEEEEEEEP' wr P-NWXTG! . I ..,, -' I HLE II rw E : I A W.-' X N .uzgi ' Q X x 7,11- 5 RAN s " 6 N- ' X -,. r 4. A I we -E?2:g"'a- ' ..5fi1' mr ' b ,L ' M - "' ' UNIVERSITY OF LIISSISSIPPI ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION. A. L. BONDURANT. . . . . . . . . . . .President W. S. LEATHERS. . . . . . . . . . .Vrce-Presrdent. jf B. BULLITT. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Secretary and Treasurer. BOARD OF CONTROL. A. L. BONDURANT. W. S. BoBo. W. S. LEATHERS. G, W, LEAVLLL, J. B. BULLITT. J. E. REED. R. C. BECKETT. E. G. HIC!-ITOWER. ' 166 SOUTHERN INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION. OFFICERS FOR 1906. WILLIAM L. DUDLEY, Vanderbilt University. . . . . . . President. W. M. RIGGS, Clemson College, S. C. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .---..-........ Senior Vice-President First District. E. T. HOLMES, Mercer University. . . . . . . . . .Second District. T. B. BOYD, L. S.U.. .. .. .. .. . .. ..Thircl District. B. I... WIGGINS, Sewanee. E. T. HOLMES.. .. . . . . . . . . . .Fourth District. . . .Secretary and Treasurer. COLLEGES OF ASSOCIATION. A. and M. College of Mississippi. . . . .Agricultural College, Miss. A. 'and M. College of Texas. . . . . 1 . .College Station, Texas. A. P. Institute. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Auburn, Alabama. Clemson College. . . . . . . . . . . .Clemson College, S. C. Georgia Technical College. . . . . . . . .Atlanta, Ga. ....Bat0nRouge,I..a. Mercer University. . . . . . . . . . . .Macon, Ga. Southern University. . . . . . . . . . . . .Greensboro, Ala. Trinity College. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Durham, N. C. Furman University. . . . . . . . University of Alabama. University of Georgia. . University of Mississippi.. University of Nashville.. . University of South.. . University of Tennessee. Vanderbilt University. . . . Wofford College. . . . . . . . Florida State University. . . . .. .. .. .. ...Greenville, S. C. I67 . .University, Ala . . . .Athens, Ga . . .University, Miss . .Nashville, Tenn . .Sewanee, Tenn . .Knoxville, Tenn . . Nashville, Tenn Spartanburg, S. C . .Lake City, Fla. ,I PNN in' w f f 9 in - ! . , ff-5 .I . 4 ff' gH , fy 29, 15111157229 , fq 'Zg1g!i"Wf! ' ZZ: 1, 25-57 K we w:.4fK l Q2ZZf' hAZ? :iwdw If V' 'W EEBWE' VQM' -"K-4 if .il "' ..-. ...- ' V" V 5' . I1 7 " ,Q,. ' Ifufsssf wif, I. 16 : 11'1'-wa f f f1Uaf 1 if-A4':'i'X-4' 1, QQ t:1'.qn, fx7:!1z1Is1m v '.2,eZ1M, iiM V ,WWW ,Qi ' . ,,,: V - X , 1 rdmkxgm' N xQv,'. f7, . Lx- . 3 pxw I Il '- f A X I ,K L , K X x If I 3' x 'el Q x 'W X W Y, .xx X . I ggi - A I 4' 1 Q 433-4 y .fl 4' .. , -- "', .-2.25" iff- '5" . '15 V ' Q 4 4 f' 'f -'lfib-Z" '1 ROBERTSON. BATES. ELMER. CONNER. MEADERS. HUGGINS, Capt WETTLIN. MCLEOD. CUNNINGHAM. WOOD. MCDONNELL. J. B. PERKINS, jr. C. P. HUC.O1Ns. . T. S. HAMMOND. . W. N. MCLEOD. . G. H. ROBERTSON C. C. BATES.. .. J. C. ELMER.. .. RENSHAW. FOOT-BALL TEAM, '06. .- . . .Manager . . .Captain . . .Coach . . .Center . Right Guard C. R. CONNER. . . A.WOOD.. .. .. I.C.KNOX.. ... A. H. MCDONNEL J. P. CUNNINOHAM L.. . . -- 0. . . .Left Guard C. P. HUcc1Ns. . . . . .Right Tackle. D. G. WETTLIN. . Subs. H1cH'rOWE.R. BECKETT. RE1D. In Oxford. . . In Nashville. . . In Baton Rouge In New Orleans. In Memphis.. . . . In Jackson. . . GAMES PLAYED. . . .Mississippi. . . . I7 Maryville. . . .Mississippi. . . . 0 Vanderbilt . . .Mississippi. . . . 9 L. S. U. . . . .Mississippi. . . . I7 Tulane. . .Mississippi. . . . 0 Sewanee. . , . .Mississippi. . . .29 A. and M. . I70 . . Left Tackle. . . .Right kind. . . .Left l:.nd. . .Right Half . . .Left Half . . .Full Back .Quarter Back MODONALD. i 5 4 - '? l7l i i W.- Apnl Jefferson College Mlsslsslppx I 6 E Cl Hlcx-1TowER C P Huccms EDGAR Moss MILLER and TAYLOR HIGHTONW ER KNOX and R MITCHELL Foora Umverslty Park Umverslty Park Umverslty Park Umversxty Park UHIVCISIW Park UHIVEFSIIY Park Umversnty Park Umversxty Park University Park Umverslty Park Apnl Apnl Aprll Apn Apnl I9 Apnl 20 Apnl 25 Apnl 26 IUHIVEISIIY Park Apnl 27 Umverslty Park Apnl 29 'I'Umversxty Park Apnl 30 Tuscaloosa Ala May 6 Tuscaloosa Ala May 7 Tuscaloosa Ala May 8 Starkville Ala Starlcvllle Ala Starkville, Ala IIZIIIDIIISS May 9 May I0 Ma I I 'Ram BAQE BALL TEAM, '07 Manager Captaln Coach Catchers Pltchers Fxrst Base HUcc1Ns MCDONNELL JoNEs MCCULLAR ROACH CURRIE GAMES PLAYED Jefferson College LSU LSU S W P U W P U of Tenn U of Tenn U of Tenn ex and M ex and M of Ala of Ala of Ala C'.C'.C'. Mlss and M Mxss and M rss andM 3 Second Base Thlrd Base Short Stop Rnght Fleld Center Flelcl Left Field. MISSISSIPPI Mlsslsslppl Mxssxssxppl Mlsslsslppl MISSISSIPPI MISSISSIPPI MISSISSIPPI MISSISSIPPI MISSISSIPPI Mlsslssxppl Mlsslsslppl Mlsslsslppl Mlsslsslppl MISSISSIPPI MISSISSIPPI Mxsslssxppl Mxssnssnppn I ' ' , '2.... . I ' 2 ' ' , '6.... .. . ' .......L.S.U.0 ' 5 ' ' , '8.... .. . .2 ' 0 ' ' , 'l . .. .I ' 3. ' ' ,AprilI8.. .. . P.U.0 Mississippi 4 ' ' , ' .0 ' 3 " , ' .I ""0 ', ., '.A. . ' ' ., y . ....M'.A. . ' I72 1 bl eq-gn - an-.xii it-D1 ' v 1 iq: ,,, DQFIHQ mwah-ini.: :succumb ann gg-Q. adirvnqpuxn -nn 13:11 lPQBl'1Tliil :- r:...UhICIl! U-1 ISI . DOH! 131119 I! 11:1-nr 'illliilli I-1- na: u. -1 nun in -41: - were iii na :un 7.3 ni sua -1. lvllll 'W' uaiilll 310313-I D,-P9151 ill 11A'CQi ll 'll BQE- libll - -'C1 ,L lrgfxmlllililuu .gpm iam-'-.hihiltl 91 00 nm-all-'-un I gan up-a -no-., -- -..- lfik .,,,,, .mn it ,Q KNOX. MCCULLAR. HIGHTOWER. ROACH. HUGGINS. MILLER. ALEXANDER. FOOTE M055 Coach ' 9 TAYLOR. TYNES. MYERS. MITCHELL. CURRIE. JONES. MQDONNELL, Y 17 -1' t--i J 'ua- '1' ----uf--4A - WEARERS OF THE "M." CONNER-Foot-Ball, '01, '02, '06, Base-Ball, '01, '0Z. ELMER-Foot-Ball, '01, '02, '03, Base-Ball, '01, '02, '04 Moss-Foot-Ball, '02, '03, '04, Base-Ball, '02, '04, MCCULLAR-Base-Ball, '04. '07. Donn-Foot-Ball, '02, '03, '04, 'O5. I-IUc.c.1Ns-Foot-Ball, '04, '05, '06, Base-Ball, '04, '05, '06 SOMERVILLE-F0011-Ball, '04, WEBSTER-F'oot-Ball, '04, '05. KNOX-Base-Ball, '05, '06. HIGHTOWER-Foot-Ball, '06g Base-Ball, '05, 'O6. JONES-Base-Ball, 'O5. MCDONNELL-Foot-Ball, '06, Base-Ball, '06. ROACI-I-Base-Ball, '06. MILLER-Base-Ball, '07. WILKINS-FOOt-Ball, 'O5. BATES-Foot-Ball, 'O5. 'O6. MCLEOD-Foot-Ball, '05, '06. BECKETT-Foot-Ball, 'O5. PILKINTON-Foot-Ball, 'O6. WOOD-Foot-Ball, 'O6. RENSHAW-Foot-Ball, 'O6. WETTLIN-Foot-Ball, 'O6. CUNNINGI-IAM--Foot-Ball, 'O6. MEADERS-Foot-Ball, 'O6. 174 COMPARATIVE FOOT-BALL SCORES IN RECENT YEARS. GAMES WITH M1ss1ss1PP1. 1900. '01. ' '02. '03, '04. '05. '06, Vanderbilt .... 0-6 0-29 0-33 0-61 0-28 Miss. A. and M. 0-I7 2l-0 6-6 I6-5 0-ll 29-5 Tulane ..... 0-I2 ll-I6 I0-0 0-2l I7-0 L. S. U .... 0-6 ll-0 6-6 9-0 S. B. U. . . I7-0 II4-0 FIELD DAY, '06. l00-Yarcl Dash, time, ll seconds-Kimbrough, firstg Pilkin- One-Mile Run-Beckett. 5 min. 22 sec. TOD. seconcl. Running Broad Jump-Kimbrough, I8 ft. 6 ins. Pole Vault-Kimbrough, first, 9 ft. 7 ins.g Staton, second, Standing Broad Jump-Huggins, 9 ft, I0 ins, 8 ff- l in- Hop, Step, and Jump--Huggins, 37 ft. 9 ins. I I6-Pound Shot-Put-Elmer, first, Z8 ft. 6 ins. I-la1f-Mile Run-McDonald, 2 min, 48 Sec, I6-Pouncl Hammer-Throw--Elmer, 84 ft. 6 ins. 220-Yard Dash-Pilkinton, 27 sec, Running High .lUnlP'-Knnbl'0U8n. 5 fl- Tennis Tournament-Won by Clark and Rowan for Uni l20-Yard Hurdle-Kimbrough, I9 min. 3 sec. versity over Ray ancl Blanton for A. and M., 6-2: 6-l : 7-5. l75 , YOUNG WOMEN'S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION. OFFICERS. MISS LYNETTE KIMMONS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Presidenn MISS MYRTIS WOODLEY. . . . . .Secretary and Treasurer. . MISS BEssIE RICHMOND. . . . . . . . . .Manager of Tennis Team. MISS EMMA ASHFORD. MISS JENNIE BENsoN MISS EDNA BUFKIN MISS OLLIE CASSELL MISS MAUDE CROWELL M1ss ELOISE DAVIS MISS KATHERINE DUNBAR MISS NELLE DUNN MISS JEANETTE FORD MISS MARY HARDEMAN MISS ANNA HUDSON MEMBERS. MISS SARAH HUMPHREYS. MISS PEARL HUsToN MISS LYNETTE KIMMONS MISS MARIE KIMMONS MISS ELIZABETH KITTLE MISS MATHILDE IACEY MISS NANNIE LACEY M1ss MAUD MAGEE MISS DoUcLAss MAXWELL MISS AUGUSTA MCLERAN MISS PEARL MIDDLETON MISS FRANCES MITCHELL M1ss TYNA PATE. MISS ELIZABETH PRICE MISS SARAH REA MISS BEss RICHMOND MISS JANIE STENNIS MISS JULIA BOYD TALBOT MISS ANNA BELLE TERRY MISS RUTH WATKINS MISS VIRGINIA WELCH MISS MYRTIS WOODLEY MISS DEATON Honorary Member I I76 S 4 Lal T GYMNASIUM PHIPPS. RES AY SSELL. RU LIDDFLL. MORRIS. P HANEY. FULLER. DCROY. LINDHOLM. RLEY. FA POWE. HOLS. NIC L I BLSLECH Low hang the drafting clouds across the llmpld mam The an' IS lllled wnth cold and leaden mlst My heart slnks heavy neath tts welght of pam Smg the wmds a dlrgelxke requiem to my broken tryst What holds for me a lxfe wlthout my love3 If there IS aught of comfort solace speak' Yea speak lt now lf fe r thou hast of God 'rbovel Hold not thy speech trll broken IS my achlng heart fell me now the ec et thou dost know Speak thou the words of Joy before we part And spare my bleeding heart this xllmg cru lung blow HWS I78 422' A 'fm'-if ' 73" Q3 . FY' . . 5- . 9- - . D.. - cn Q . O . D -vw 00 O . . O I Q- vr . 0 l 9, , . ' '-4 D.. A Q . V . W ' ua J -. 0 l , Q- - W "1 . 0 0 F ' 2 , . - 72' -' ' D- .. ' ' 0 .. 9, , . , 77' . . .V ... W . . .. .- A Y. H qw' va -- -E D' -H-A -to-ovqwr , ' , , , 1.,-:.,.z-:..4kag.,.,-.-ft. ' " -i-+--H JUNIOR PROM. COMMITTEE. STATON. WRIGHT. ROBERSON. BRAMLETTE. N. NSTO JOH HESTRA. RC O UNIVERSITY :Ei ? l "ies" ith 'F' l I X 6 f'-,--1,-Q -3 7 at 412' fy? S' 5 i Q r ACKER. BECKETT. BEALL. BRAMLETT CHASE. UNIVERSITY COTILIIIONMOEUR W ' J. E. REED, jr. . L. N. MITCHELL. . . J. M. ACKER. . A. WILLIAMS. . CHRISTIAN. C. R. CONNER. DEROY. GARY. JAMESON. OFFICERS. . . . . . . .President . . . . . .Vice-President. .. .. .. .. ..LezIcler. Secretary and Treasurer. MEMBERS. JOHNSTON, M. - RATCLIFFE. LAKE. REID, J. E., Jr. MITCHELL, L. N. ROBERSON, J. L. MCDONALD. ROBERTSON, G. H. MCLEOD. ROSENBAUM. PERKINS. ISI STATON. TYNES. WETTLIN. WILLIAMS. WILLIAMSON, C.M COTILLION CLUB I 82 ' J. M. C. CLUB. Composed of graduates of Jeierson Military College, Washington, Miss COLORS: Old Cold and Black. OBJECT. To promote the interest of Jefferson Collegeg to maintain the traditions of her pastg and to substantiate the expectations of her future. MEMBERS. H. C. RAWLS. G. W. LEAVELL. EUGENE BURNETT. T. A. HARDY. T. B. SHEPHERD. B. F. OLIVER. C. P. HALL. E. H. RATCLIFFE. l83 EPISCOPALIAN CLUB. OF F ICERS, 1906-07. DR. JAMES B. BULLITT. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..President. J. G. HOLMES. . .. . . . . . . . . . . . .Vice-President. J. B. WEBB. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Secretary and Treasurer. . MEMBERS. DR. THOs. P. BAILEY. PROP. JOI-INsON. - DR. JAMES B. BULLITT. J. R. HANEY, Jr. E. L. BURNET. J. G. HOLMES. - D. C. BRAMLETTE, Jr. R. C. LEE, Jr. MAUREE BRAY. W. B. LEE. KIN BROOKE. E. L. MYERS. J. C. ELMER. , J. A. NILEs. W. H. GRIFFIN. A. Y. STURDIVAI-IT. F. W. WADLOW. C. A. WILLIAMSON. J. B. WEBB. , C. M. WILLIAMSON. D. G. WETTLIN. D. W. WINN. I84 3 GLEE CLUB l85 UNIVERSITY GLEE CLUB GLEE. CLUB OFFICERS. C.H.DEAN.. .. .. .. . . .... Director. W. L. WOOD. . . . . .. . . . . .Director A. F. MECKLENBURGER. . , . . .1Vlanagcr. Mlss LYNETTE. KIIvIIvIONs . Accompahist PERSONNEL. First Tcnors - Second Tcnors BURNETT. QUECKEMEYER. WOOD, W. L. MECKLENBURGER GILLESPIE, J. G. LINDHOLM ACKER. WILLIAMSON, C. M MITCI-IELL, R. P. BRAY MITCHELL. L. N. BROWN, J. A MCLEOD. 451-IEPHERD. I DEDEAUX. First Basses ' DEAN. SYKES. ' COLEMAN. AYRES CALHOUN MILLER C E , MCCARLEY Second Basses. FOO IE. ALEXANDER RHODES MILLER. E. B I86 HARDY, T. A. MASONIC CLUB. PROF. NICHOLS. HATHORN. DCROY. HICKS TUCKER. DR. JOHNSON. WRiGH'l'. BOBO. I DR. LEATHERS. CHRISTIAN. GARY. PROF. HOLMES. PROF. BONDURANT. DR. RILEY. UNIVERSITY OF MISSISSIPPI INIASONIC CLUB. OFFICERS. BENJAMIN DEROY... .. .. .. ... . .. .. ...President. BENJAMIN A. TUCKER, J r.. . . .. .. ..Vic.e-President. IRBY C. NICHOLS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Secretary and Treasurer. F RATRES IN FACULTATE. JOHN W. JOHNSON, Ph.D. WALLER S. LEATHERS, M.D. ALEXANDER L. BONDURANT, MA FRANKLIN L. RILEY, Ph.D. JoI-IN ELMO HOLMES, LL.B. FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE. CI-IAs. D. CHRISTIAN, Jr., Meridian Lodge No. 3l8, Merid- ian, Miss. . BENJAMIN TUCKER, Jr., Ebenezer Lodge No. 76, Sena- tobia, Miss. E. C. WRIGHT, Holly Springs Lodge No. 35, Holly Sprmgs Mississippi. BENJAMIN E.. DE ROY, Malta Lodge No. l l8, Norwich, O HENRY A. HICKS. Adelphin Lodge No. I74, Walthall, Miss D IRBY C. NICHOLS, Hernando Lodge No. 51, Hernando, Miss. W. S. BOBO, Panola Lodge No. 66, Batesville, Miss. HUGH L. GARY, Rosedale Lodge No. 643, Rosedale, Miss. F. C. HATHORN, Purvis Lodge, Purvis, Miss. DANIEL L. Ross, Iuka Lodge No. 94, Iuka, Miss. A. B. CROWELL, Long Creek Lodge No. IB9, Eureka Springs, Miss. l 188 ,340 . x Q , 9 Q19 , 1? . YQ , ff. ,S . Q 000.4-950' gb . Q1-0 ' QQ 'fax qfxh- ,101 iwosief, X 6 'gfbs 'A-5? QQ 0 X .Z QP., fan., oo., we, M,f:"f4f1-.f 5 EE ,Q A Ta.roHQg95!..L-Ydllfd Qkanaii! 4 :ini me" --- 4'f"'f , " ' 'xx Q A-"' 60 7'o HZULL Saf ' M+1w ! P Ns, jf X f, 'QIK E BFA. ,' - ' V X. 1 Wim 'Rf I -""" '7 MOR o'fr'f! an -.O fb ' JW' 'im jfavf My f'fv-4'?",f. ' Z R, , .XXOV 'ea' 40' W Q0 gn I 043' Tk ww, 01,6-'gwv 2 k ' cp ' 31 Y D 7' Y ' 2' ' f 77lYLOf? HALL RECURD. 189 . V, -p-, ,4 F-V , , ',,,,,f - . - ry1o,,g,z".j' .n N 'JF' ff , -Y .-- , ' M wfwgqzmw, Mwpldydr 5Q?HI'9i- Q. dy, .Q MV5- - wing f wf'. 1W 4 ' ' A - ' vw -' X' 'Q.,.,:?g--'W' rjmq.-" - ww a wQf""'W t WWW QM W M-ff, 'P "5-eg""Dooa" yaegyyognf WLS ' Gr,-,c'aL5'cQfNac' ilV'I"'v 'W , ' an-f0NN-'-' f 9" - Nwkwkwk W., i-97'Hoveg.,q' !5DnE5w5'7LM8 o N 91' My L 1 6-13- A Muff X' W had 'W Swf5V"'V we ""l7E5f1N'i 'ELFIOJQQ W., , ' PH16. fm? Ng Z Q -if-2 .52 9 C-532 7252 fig, ,- ' J, , ' - :V C. 4 01 ,bq -ii I90 Other Nlembers. FARLEY. BROWNE. TAYLOR. TROTTER. PILKINTON. HUBBARD. KUYKENDALL. TAYLOR HALL CLUB. E . . , . . . Z sl 2 P 5' . 2 M U Z E P' g Z gg 'V ul M 0 5 U ..1 'I' 5' FL' ln I If D L0 :A ' U . 'A L-4 '11 Q: m GQ f sc P U Ld Lu U :J 9 U fr A 4 Z Q- ... f... O O - D "5 L cn L'-Q cn I Q 2 O' HALL. WEBB. WITTY. JONES. ALDRIDGE. l9l Honorary Members NILES. SLEDGE. FASER. JOHNSTON. , gi if YW 1 4 A a t - 1' .2-ff 1 .. M T N ' ww. , w x XXX XX , ' uf B 5 ilwfa, X www. bffjiiigs , , ' u , 5, EFQQI SX ?i3'fQNQ,,,L' Mefwm N ewqaa5Ei..1!.sa wgag- T- 4 aitami Aiiiig fi! ' i szssai fmsms a, . ' :Jilin ' 1 'V ' H 1 E wl lizii-sg f 'IS' ...q- " SF , ,-., nsfvl .5 ,I f I A 11 , I92 Y I E l l I I Ml Ql S SIG-MA KAPPA BETA. 21I,u.,3oKov Kalxoi Bfov- THE MARCUS ELVIS TAYLOR MEMORIAL ASSOCIATION. Organized 1906. . MEMBERS. Resident. J. E. CALHOUN, President. A. F. MECKLENBURGER, Vice-President. E.. LINDSEY, Secretary. I W. I-I. BRADEN, Treasurer. R. L. STARK. J. A. NEWMAN. L. E. FARLEY. Non-Resident. Miss Vmcuz NEILL. . . . . . . .Oxford, Miss. L. C. PIGFORD. . . . . . Lumberton, Miss 193 SIGMA KAPPA BETA. NEWMAN. STARK. FARLEY. MECKLENBURGER. CALHOUN. LINDSEY. BRADEN 194 MEMPI-III. CHILTON. MEYERS. WRIGHT. TYSON. MCDONALD CURRIE.. LEAVELL. BRAMLETTE. RATCLIFFE. I95 THE NIEMPI-III. MEMBERS. RATCLIFFE. A MCDONALD. MYERS- CHrLToN. BRAMLETTE. LEAVELL TYSON. N' HOOKER. 'LES' LEE, WALTHALL. CAMP- LEE, Cr-rAs. CURRY. A CHEATHAM. BUCK. COLORS: Purple and White. FLO WER: Four O'cloclf. M OTTO: Support your Foot-Ball Team. GEORGE W. LEAVELL . . . .Chief Investigator. T. D. C!-IILTON. . . . . . .On visit to relatives. D. C. BRAMLETTE. . . . . . .Secondary Promoter. HOOKER. . . . . . . . . . . .The Truth-Teller. E.. H. RATCLIFFE. . . . . . .The Club's Attorney. W. P. MCDONALD. . . . . . . . . . . . .Abbeville Division. DAN HUNT.. .. .. .."MammaSaiclSo." A.HUME.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..Honorary Member. J. O. TYsoN.. .. E. L. MYERS. . .ss ...so BCDOCQV ' i .Advance Agents. and "HENRY". . . . . C. LEE, W. LEE, CAMP, BUCK, CHEATI-IAM. . . . . . . . . , . . . . . . . . . . . . .Members who withdrew from the Club. . . . .Silent Members. ENSEMBLE OF FRENCH PLAYERS I97 g-. iQl.A-.1 -.3..g, q.. Q ..q-q.. 1Qm-qQ1-.3-.1-.Q-0.5-Q3-gg-Q ajtjrijgo-li-3tjYtj,Q.jQjVQ.3 -:3Qg,-4393Q3-::::3Q'5gs.3Q.A9AQ-5-A303-G39-l"f rvtffiifzwfifvif-Yivifvifvi'1Ti'1Ti11i"Ta'.5T1:y1ia'12'1T2?'4'.waf7frrc'n."1414'f'.y.?frr:-r.y1:yi2'vT4f1?fv-pf:-0ffrai2'f:-1 ffyizpffzfirafffiirifvv ae At the 0Xf0I'd Opera House Sarnedi, le 2 Mars 1907. Saturday Evening, April 27, 1907 5 M K . . The University Players will present e cz czcfe mczcfzwaczwe, , I Comedie en trois actes, PAR MOLIERE, b K. h d B - I h .d ' . . ' en an Represcntee par les Etudzants et les Eiudfztantcs dc y lc if drms 1.3725 l'Un.z"Ucrsite, on on' Sous la Direction de M. CALVIN S. BROWN. Lever du Rideau Z1 8 heures precises. , , A , , , , , 'cljlnmereup ot fIDI55l55lDDl, 1907 PERSONNAGES DE LA COMEDIE. - - ARGAN, malade imaginaire ........................... M. o1.UsT DEDFAUX DUZCU C515 d95ClPC"9 W 5050- BELINE, seconde femme d'Argan. ...... Mlle. CHRISTINE JOHNSON :A,.,,5,,.,., ANGELIQUE, Hue d'Argan ...... ...,.. 1x me. DoUGx.Ass MAXWELL "5:gLL"L" BERALDE, frere d,AI'g3.I1 ..... ............. M. CLAUDE E. HILL THE PLAYEQS. CLEANTE, amant d'Ang6lique .......... ...... It I. D. C. BRAMLETTE STR ANTHONX7 ABSOIJUTE- U , ' . i .Mn Edward H. Ratclige MONSIEUR PURGON, medecin d'Argan... ...,...... M. A. Vl. FOOTE CAPTAIN ABSOLUTI-: under the assumed MONSIEUR DIAFOIRUS, medecin ....., ....... It I. A. WILLIAMS nalne BEVERLX' ....."'.,'........-. I -'..-- LII-, Knox THOMAS DIAFOIRUSY SO" 515 -------- '--- -----'e'e M - ERIC DAWSON BoB ACI-:Es ............................. M1-. Paul Lindholm MONSIEUR DE BONNEFOI, Holaife ........ . ,. ...... M. C. A. WILLIAMSON ' .."- Arthur Williamson TOINE FTE, servante ............................ Mlle. LYNETTE KIMMONS FAG '..... ---. '...... ..'-'.. -... Ig 1 I- ' Charles Queckmeyer - L DAVID ...................... .......... M r. Eric Dawson , PERSONNAGES DE UINTERMEDE- FAULKLAND.. .. ....... Mr. Sivley Rhodes QUATRE EGYPTxENNEs,chama 1 S. . M1155-GLENN' HERRON- THOMAS ........... ........, It flr Dawson Winn -2. HUMPHREYS 'ft WELCH ERRAND Box' ...... .. ..... Mr. flerlgxan England ' ' MRS. MALAPROP ..... ..... M iss Lou ie ay o nson PER5fQf,Nfg'ff Q,iCLAARg,'fQ'fI','Q','?N'E' LYDIA LANGUISH .... ..... A i....1gisslEgiSe Igavis ' A E A Q. u..... H H .,,--, 0 i JULIA ............................... ISS arai unip reys I13Eg:ssl:ZEvT D LA FACULT 3 MM. COI,EMAn1g.k9fS?4SlI?XSIallN1Ff LUCY. ................................ Miss Lynette Klrnmons WILLIAMS et FOOTE APOTHICAIRES. ..... ........................... M M. VVINN et DAWSON "':?J'252 vroLoNs ...... I ....... . ,..... MM. MECKLENBURGER et NHIGHTOWER ARGAN, bacheher ...... ..,....... ...................... M . OLUbTiDRDEAUX ur-Phe Rivalsu rehearsed by hir' Stark Young'- Musique de Charpentier. The University Orchestra.. Costumes by Miller, Philadelphia. A198 41. Lov1zRs' LANE I 99 STUDENTS' SCIENCE CLUB. OFFICERS I 906-07. E.LINDSE.Y..........................President. J. E. CALHOUN . . . . . .Vice-President. W. I. I-IARGIS, Jr... .. .. .. .. .. ...Secretary. MEMBERS. W. H. BRADEN. I. C. NICHOLS. J. E. CALHOUN. J. L. NICHOLS. W. I. I'IARGIS, Jr. P. RENSHAW. J. C. HERRINGTON. A. B. SCHAUBER. D. R. GUNN. C. W. WITHERS. E. LINDSIZY. C. G. WOOD. L. B. MITCHELL. ,I-I. Z. BROWNE. J. A. PJEWMAN. S. I-I. LIDDELL HONORARY MEMBERS. DR. J. W. JOHNSTON. DR. C. S. BROWN. PADDIsoN. 200 20I 5 I 1 -:J 1 ,.4' ., ' . I .-A ' 'f ' n ' 12 -. . .F , '3- Q. In ' f g. rl' 'use , '-f-- "'. I . - ' 1' . L "I . ri' A . ' ' Y ' ' . . 'L 4 I . ,J yqh? . 'q,.:..'N-Wi. n ' , - ,N . 'Q'-Nl, f'.-I .' R.. -'gl 15' :Ll'::'.' , 'N -. . V.. '- Q f . 'JN-.,.. - 'Q - .-. L .1 .I 1. . RN1v..,f'2H2f:Yav f LHYZ nuff: as BRODNAX Q Wants Your Mail Orders For Jewelry and Diamonds PROMPT SHIPMENTS AND ATTRACTIVE PACKAGES You can buy Jewelry from our Catalogue with far less trouble than you could come in the store and select it. This is true because the Catalogue shows the cream of our stock in condensed form. In every line we picked out the best and most representative articles, made specially attractive prices on them, and illustrated them so well that you can tell just 1 PROMPT SHIPMENTS We can promise you prompt and accurate filling of orders because we keep a distinct and separate stock for mail orders. This is much better than trying to keep all the stock in the retail store, where it is sold out frequently and our mail order people would not know of it until your order came in. But having the reserved stock carried in a separate department, we know at all times just how much stock we have on hand of any one article and can replenish whenever our stock is running low. Our record for filling orders the same day received is an enviable one. . ATTRACTIVE PACKAGES You will be pleased with the appearance of the jewelry that you order from Brodnax. It will be sent in the nicest kind of a box that is made and will reflect credit on your taste and judgment. It is to our interest to send out goods attractively, even if we did not want to do it because it is right. We know that the best advertising that can come to us is from pleased customers and this cause will keep us continually careful to see that your order is filled in the best possible manner. You can safely send us orders to ship your purchases to a friend and rest assured that in such cases we will be even more careful than if the shipment was going direct to you. ' A LIBERAL GUARANTEE We ship all goods at our risk for safe carriage and will duplicate any package that is lost in the mails or by express. We further agree to exchange or take back everything that does not please you after you have examined it, and in such cases we will pay return charges as well. WRITE FOR CATALOGUE This new Catalogue of ours contains 148 pages of handsome illustrations, and we have been told that it il the best Jewelry Catalogue that has been issued. We don't know about this, but we do know that it is as good as we know how to make it, and believe that it will be a very great help to you in selecting a suitable present for any occasion. It is par- ticularly strong in articles suitable for wedding presents and Commencement gifts. Let us send you a copy. GEO. T. BRODNAX, Inc. Gold and Silversmiths Memphis, Tennessee how the article will look. erfrsslre 203 'X " ""',. ' iibi i'5N-A-.1-:graze-rlifffl-1 2 giffglifef-1115223221 ls- ' 225215 if 'YF' 313225125 lll?4 ' ' lmifl l .. Vt. --' I faferzfigilifii-is-15: 1 f' .ik .- i:'l:..,1f:-1? 2-Huhff .--cf, fb XX :LQZQ '- ETL -'-?l' fi?-'E-L 5 W : Q .ff . - -. X E 1 X, -lf ' 5 Nw F . Eiiiasggagfiqgggg M f.1j,5,Q:Lg:'glV,:,i.,Mf54.:51f5V.b5e-'-bij.-by .-gjy' . 1 ,, 5 .,,. rr i- I sv . ff? sq 'NX 5-fl N xg pf f-fzif if-if E - Q3 1:11 Six f x : if :ssl-if",1,ffg'Q2g.5,E'izf,g11-6131 Y5f':f',. .',e'ffff ' 1 S' 235551 -' 1.4: nf. -':im51.-me-..-'fn' I u 5 ii-55255,"""""""f,v-WW A. Q I- lm """"" "' ' ' llllll , 14f4f:i1' 1fefW H fllllll i r' - y ':'i3if5iif'i I 5 1 f ' ' 3 ' ig:-152332 2 4 - -1: -in .,---"Af" 5 w ,AIU i 3i3iS?f+f ------ '- .' .Q -Q . lg g Q sf 1 5Qffg:'2:" ma 9 1- '11-.., f if 1 ii-55,-13-:,TT4:fiig -:f---Q A 2 , .. I A 101 fy V .:,l1L.22:.'x?if' 'I-I -5 '.":51 " if Q: :gg . ,nl-::,,, A ' -. U .I I. . l,- --is . I2 IQ Q. . 5, wi ' A ::. Q Y if, 'iflgixf 1 'I wie? iii 'il ' gags, 5:19 ig' 9? fzrfatff 4:51 "--"Y ,- ,43:-I gf 6, i 3u..,...f..,..5..f.7,..A 4A'..,.:H,.,..7......,.,?,........N,4.-,.. , , ,fag 4 E xx 5 E .Q Q ' -ff SQ 2 ' 1 -----1 g- X ' sl 5 QAZSQQ3- um' wmmwvg.. .. ,umm + 5, H3 5 E I igjiisgiif 9-ifQ.1,,?, r PT ,ra-giL?2?',f5if,'l7i?5x ' ,T '5, fi1,:3:'1, E - IW COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS: 204 4 1.9, ie " O O O The College oi Physicians and Surgeons of Memphis i . U Will open for its second annual session October 1, 1907, and will close the latter part of April, 1903. The exceptional gg facilities offered by this school for obtaining a medical education brought it immediately into prominence, and it will open for gn, its second year with even better facilities for the careful training of students in medicine. gi U The course is strictly graded, and extends over four years. of seven months each. The school is located immediately opposite the City Hospital, where it enjoys excellent clinical facilities, and its faculty has access to various other hospitals in gg the city. A free dispensary is maintained in the basement of the college building, in which from twenty-five to lifty patients are gg, treated daily, thus giving students personal contact with a large amount of clinical material. The laboratories of this school Q5 have no superior in the South, and the students receive thorough personal instruction in microscopical and chemical work. The gh., pralcticiali anatomy department is unique in many respects, one of its features being that each table is in a separate compartment, 45 wit ti e floor and hot and cold water. .gs The faculty of this school comprises twenty professors, every one of whom has been selected for his particular qualiti- 45 cations in the field of medicine which he teaches. There also is an assistant faculty of from thirty to forty physicians. .954 u The method of teaching in this school is on the recitation plan, which has been adopted by the most progressive institu- 45 tionsiin the country. Clinical work especially characterizes the instruction offered, and the advanced branches are largely thus H., taug t. 3,5 Every department of this school has been developed to the fullest extent, in order that students in medicine may find no 55.5 essential lacking for their equipment as modern practitioners of medicine. 4,3 T For catalogue and other information, address Dr. Heber Jones, Dean, College of Physicians and Surgeons, Memphis, ennessee. eb Sli F A C U L T Y ' W . if HEBER JONES M. D., G. G. BUFORD, M. D.. in Dean, and Professor of Cliliical Medicine. Professor of Diseases of the Nervous System. fi E. M HOLDER B SC. M. D. MARCUS HAASE, M. D. O21 Professor ofthe Principles, and Praclice of Siirgery. Professor of Di-eases of the Skin., 45311 M. GOLTMAN, C. M., M. D., VVILLIAM KRAUSS. PH.G., M. D., Professor of Clinical Medicine. Professor of Pathology. gg J. A. CRISLER, B. SC,, M. D., R. S. TOOMBS, M. D.. 553 Professor of Anatomy and Operative Surgery. Professor of Clinical vedicine. ,Q GEORGE R. LIVERMORE, M. D., FELIX PAQUIN, PH. G., ego, Professor of Gemma-Ueingriggegsgs :field Cigthopedic Surgery. W grofgsiylrlggllgzegistai. D E Prcgessor of the Diseags of Children. Professor of Obstetrics: l 5 ,, J HN M. MAURY M. D. ... W. PRICE, M. D., if Professor of Gyneccflogy. s Professor of Materia Medica and Therapeutics. ' J. L. MCLEAN M. D. LOUIS LEROY. M. D. Prifesaor Erfiiilgglaa-Qbylxtilecolgmgy. Professcx ofItIheEii?jIEpItes Kid Eractxze ?xfIMedicine 65 Professor of Diseasessof the Ey,e. Professor of Physiology and, Registralz . RICHMOND MCKINNEY, A. M., M. D., O. S. MCCOWN, M. D., ? Professor of Diseases of Nose, Throat and Ear. Professor of Physical Diagnosis and Diseases of the Chest. , .. . V. A -Q r- - -1: -rf if - -1: 1: -9- 1- ' 0 "?reeiesri2sefreeifselS'eseir 'rrs'li2eeies '4v'eriesrieee'ies'5eeffesfYeee'ire?e'e"e'1t'e'1tfefi're1rs'rt-efreerrfs ' 205 . 5' Wai' fb asa O .1 QI QS' 0 W? QD 939 fl QS' fl -O- 9'5" 95 4 ii' 40 V? fr Y ti? gen Wi' ffl ir' it if? 45 -vie. ! fer 9? F' lf' gr iff F' 4? 'Sv' St' if? if fir' i' e.iss,-i.s:ig,s,,,i.e,,l..e,ii.e1lis,l.s:gasps i,s,Lg4aal.s45s,i4eg,egg, e.g,e,,liQsgsaeggsgsgssegsgegssgsegaesksgassgssgesgif? .bv Mississippi Synodical College ag? '5' -ci dis -rf HOLLY SPRINGS, MISSISSIPPI ax 'lf -il A 4+ if A fr 'Q l 'li we of .2 f' il? ' ' Yl- 4: 5, ne Q? 45 ff 4 956 19 f 'Q' li 15 9 in 4 er Q5 e. fi Ast 4, E THE most beautiful, handsomely equipped, up-to-date College for Young Ladies in the State. Steam heat, Y 'Q' electric lights, electric bells, telephones, and all Water facilities. Library, gymnasium hall, art studio, ,y music rooms, chapel with grand piano and a 32,000.00 pipe organ. Highest and healthiest location between if New Orleans and Cairo, Ill. Superior advantages in Literary Departments, Conservatory advantages in in Music, Art, and Elocution. ,gs ,Q T. W. RAYMOND, President. 'U' -sf 'K 413 'iiv'i'6"'lf'4"'fciv'i7i6'?'-i"?i'fft'f"sis'fs-f'ffs'i4'6-'?'s-'f'siiv'is'Fs 20 . .ar t A 6.A6 4.-a.,4--4--A ,4. 4 s .- ., ,A , A g 7 Q ' 3 ' 3 1 - 1 A - - .. .35 sg.Qs.g.s.sxI!.ss.i.s.i!.s.ilL.s.g.s.l..s.il.es.Qr.3.i,.!.:1:S.l..2.l.2.1jb..8.i.s'! li. 2...l.2.i.2.i.9.i.Q .lg'.4..i..2,i.9 lg! lg! la! 14.19 2.2 ig! .!.2.g.-Qi.-9, ag: 6235 Remember That the Course of Instruction at ., 'S' T? 'Q' 'l NELSON'S BUSINESS COLLEGE ' Qt .J 7-3 :gb E' Vv'f'?'f"', '. g 'lg ' '15 Is not a copying from text-book. 44' . g t i f- 5 1 1. ' VV 1' , '1 superficial, catch-penny scheme. but '39 '15 f , Q , i 4, 'Q, iff: 'ff ' ' il ' Vi is planned with a view to familiar- Y' 925' p ? " 'Z" 't n' 5211 A izing the student with the most 'Y' 'fi 1- ' . 'f e" f , " ' practical and up-to-date ideas of .9 eff 5 E 'p L ' commercial paper, business cus- +5 V l .Z - , , toms. etc.. through the medium of ly w Q ' - i daily actual business transactions +5 gb L 0 l between the students. teachers. and .5 4' 0 various oliices of the institution. +3-v thus guaranteeing a practical in- if as stead of a theoretical knowledge of .3-f AA bookkeeping and business. YYe do .pi do not resort to condltional guar- sy egg antee position schemes. or other 4 questionable methods to secure pat- :so 46 ronage. thereby commanding the ff respect of the educated and thinking Q-rv AA classes. Endorsed by the business fn men of Memphis. as well as else- Q7- Ai ivhere. Employs only competent gp teachers. Since we have no vaca- as-f ' tions. a splendid opportunity is fi 15332 afforded University students to ob- :QQ X' tain a practical business education -O 'I by attending during the summer af if months. Jr XYrite for illustrated Catalog. lb 4 sa V. 5 C. H. THRELKELD tb AND Et Q21 o. s. BAKER, PH.B., PS2 gm PRINCIPALS eb 77 ' U if 2 if 1: TL' 1: 1: Y 11 at Y C! 'Q' 'L 1: 'L' Y 'tr 1: 'R 'Q 'X 31'cfs-Q?sttsse'iaeJLssfiissf?seieeJEfs-'tssftfefrsfleeftfsfr'e'I"efrfe ftseftfsfrsftssslfe'I'e'Ifse'rfe'Iss-'r'e'tfs'i'sss'IsssFss'f2s'?sseYee 'ia 207 I I I I 4444 b VA p y 4.6 I -2.:l.2,3.Q 1.3.3 -9,,l.Qil.2,1i.3.il.a9.fg, Pg.1.3il..Qslaiggggwgggggliggiaggggggfggljgvg sk! A aiaadlfglagiaaga gp M ' W? '75 Of Course You Young Fellows Don't Want and Won't Wear the Clothes We Choose for Your "Governors." ma- them canit possibly appeal to your more tinicky fancy. We know have We know that the staid, turer eifects that please that YOU know, and we taken the sole agency for the COLLEGE BRAND CIUTHES just for your sake. Nothing conservative about these suits. They're togs like the high- priced merchant tailors create in eastern college towns-as extreme, as graceful. as boldly original, as well setting and very much less in cost-as much indeed as the "ordinary common garment variety" of ready-made clothes. PRICES FROM S15 T0 S40 Hats, Shoes and Furnishing Goods for the college chap -brimful of style. XVrite for our catalogue THE LEADER The Shop of Culture 58-60-62 MAIN STREET MEMPHIS. TENN. . .SANDERS My Dear Charley: I thank you ever so much for the photograph. It was awfully nice of you to remember me. Wish you would call on your Photographer and ask him the name of the style that he used. It is certainly the prettiest thing I have ever seen and I want to have some of the same kind. , With best wishes to all, believe me, Sincerely yours, ffifififiofw WORK IN "OLE MISS" DONE BY US t M Q an vi 1- I Q I v I ,f?e'Ti'e"6fef'ira-L'i5ss"52e'Yeefi0es5ee 'gee-'ise'isee'iise-'iffef'r?s'fse'fee'Yts4fFeellfefif2e95yeK'fese'isesiseel?fe 20 F? gf? , if we Z' F 'Si rf? 9 H? if E' ik? 9 it? fb F, if 'if ,, 5 +9 22 Pie ffm I ts: iii 'ii ..g,,es3.ea3,.sa5,..e4,.e,5,..e,.3,9,.gagsk.g,?sag.e..1i...e.3..ag1..e..g.ei11..e.xr..eeg.ai4.e.3.ai1g.e..g.e..g.e..l.e.g,.e.gx,.e..Q.e.gg: Bfamlette gl Sqmg W. A. StiI'l2b2Ck 8sCo, fir' F I R S T - C L A S S 90 , DRUGGIST. Drugglsts .Ei QP Neat and up-to-date Soda Fountain. Neategt and most up-t0-date Drug ag COIIITCOUS Attelltiml and Prompt Service- Store in Mississippi. Beautiful Soda 2' Fountain and Ice Cream Parlor. . -.4 F Students' Trade Especially Solicited. The University Boys' Headquarters. '59 9' Falkner Transfer Bo. ei M. c. FALKNER, Mgr. HACKS MEET eff' ALL gp TRAINS we if 7 wi 1 w 3 1 . si 2-3311 Fancy Teams a Specially 0 his F 'T 63156-e'?i'6ffX'ee?feN'Ylre'fr'e'?fsfi16-'Ti6-'fr'ee"l?e"feee'fse'?er?eei2e'?rerYsefYre'?re'?seSYesr?rerYrerf2e'Ysv'i9feieoeYse 209 MERCHANT TAILOR. I 1 1 f vl t 'I Dress Suits for Rent. Cleaning, Repair- ing and Altering While you Wait. TERMS: SPOT CASI-I. 5, Relbue Price . . . . . it DQIIBI' In QQ Hardware, Tinware, Queensware, ZS. and Stoves. Cutlery, Barb Wire, Builders' Material, Saddlery, Harness, NVagons, Sash, Doors and Blinds. Agents for McCormick Har- vesting Machinery, Moline Agricultural Implements. Oxford, : : : Mississippi. Suits from S20 Up. fi- Pants from S6 Up. Feel?35369iAe3Q9ieSi'Si43'4Qe9iAe2'44f3ieQ a!re92if9e2f'9e2r9dS9e3e9e3e9e2eQe24e9e2e9e2e9 ' I E. D. BEANLFIND G W B l J M I- , 00 0 U 3 0 , ro CON FECTIONER 'S All kinds of Fancy Cakes, i Bread, Fruits andCandies,- 4 Pure Soda Water a n d Cream. ll Students' trade solicited. ' 2 1 oXFoRD, - . MISSISSIPPI. "5 i "f I W. E. CLARK "I ........... i SHAVING PARLORS. The very best. Headquarters for'VarsityMen :: 2: 1: :: OXFORD - - MISSISSIPPI. eise?erEer?er?e isiee6?e , , I ,, .l, I , ,. I , ., ., .fl 31 it 4-iegeifgfeiegelseifgieeeifgeleefiegifgiegfiegifgeiegeleeskli' 9' 37' 2? 1 f . f ix f . . , tg The Majestic Hotel. F' L O Y D S e it Famous Fifty Cents ig PODUI-HI' Management- Candies per Pound Comfortable Rooms. e Shipped Everywhere 11- f' Drummers' Headquarters , 'ig F L 9 Y D S . amous 2' L. S. Dlllerd r. Pro rietor if ' J ' P Restaurant .53 OXFORD, MISS. 55 South Main street, Memphis, Tenn. .QI E. H. CLARKE 8: BRO. ' F3 , ay or Ice uun y 0. gg Booksellers, Sf3'lZl0l'l9l'S Q and Engravers' oFFlcE ou'rFl1'1'ERs. Engraving Department especially equipped for ff high grade Work. Commercial and Wedding ig Invitations, Announcements, Calling Cards and Desks, Filing Cabinets, Safes, Office Sta- ar? Monogram Embossing at moderate cost. Ath- tionery. Agents for Standard Adding lt' D t t '11 k 'al r' S t , - - - - C 5.15. ffFaEafi?'13.11'fV1F.S1Z?BZ11,Spf-iiif aiiciawi Memes' Wm Us fof deSCf1Pt10nf Tennis. Catalogue and prices on application. pnces' etc' , I8 South Main St., Memphis, Tenn. 83 Union Avenue, Memphis, Tenn eiee'5es'? e?, v?eQ?ee? ee?ee?ea l 211 1 -I x V -I T i 352943 '75 EES wages EEE E-gum J 2' X' U5 X' Swag E-O15 X' xv 8.2 Eigbm WEEE ggi ZHMOH mzmmm SQ WEEE 05 U5 R. an, .1 MWHQH-W DEED ZH :gms EHEEHE SHOES HHH HMO ggmsgm 6Q?Qw0Qw w01?kFQ? x AQWQWWDWGQ P 1 galaeagfeaiagb' ' , m,,,5 CD J LQ I3 55-Ig ? QQ H ' HQ 3525 I.. QD-1 Ewcgg 5 mr-142Q - QH 55.55 5A Em L GD rn 2233 in Sgxx ZM o.'32S fn Eggz Q MQ -W2 2 Mm Q, Q E535 "Sf Q, pq mE.-am 2,- 51 aMM V I 1 3- QQEQSQYQQGYQSGEGS MQ W . gae4,g5egegse4Ai.egg4.e4.eg.e,g.eg. e.,g..e,4r.eg1:e.5.e,gaea3.e,,l,e,,l,e.,g.si1fe,5,eag.e.4,e,3.e,,3se,3,.a,3. K, 'Stl ' C S H KEY New Grleans .... -E E DEALER IN "The Gateway of the Mississippi." The Great City of the Great South. The largest Cotton, " 1 F G Rice a d Su ar a Let n the wo ld The ost popular wg i e r Hlinter? Resgorrt iiiiiimeiica. . Continuous Hiolrse Racing. Golf Links, Hunting and Fishing, French Opera, Comfort, - Health, Pleasure. 1 Q New Sf. Ch3l'leS Hotel. Modern, Fireproof, First 7 g 7 class, accommodating One Thousand Guests. Turkish, Rus: ' i' 0 0 - sian, Roman, Electric and Plain Baths. Luxurious Sun Q, - Baths and Palm Garden. . 44THE SQUAREOH OXFORD, MISS. Andrew R. Blakely 6: Company, Ltd., Proprletors. ...Q- S M Superior, Styleful Q- Shoes for Nlen who if HARDWARE 'care to dress well Z ll Sh - Pocket Cutlery, Razors, Etc. gorxganfe OXFORD, MISS- l Sty.. Book F 47 South Main St., Memphis. Q Q esiee ei?e'ieeeiees'6eeefeee?fe'?ee'?f 2I3 Z Qaleeelegfeieealegeiiegfeieefelegaalfgalegfeleiaie LSB J E THOMAS P. wALsH. mlvuzs B. cornea in ' ' ' 35 wholesale and Retail. 'S 6 Z' I Students' Headquarters for Everything in Men's Furnishing Goods. T116 s Tailor g'g':h?nugt0m'Made +30 Edwin Clapp Shoes 0Xf0l'd, Mississippi. 83 South Main Street, Memphis, Tennessee. Paid up Capital 560 000 oo - , , . Surplus, 530,000 00 M... 7 ani ef 014045 R0TH'HP8f?ff ' GENERAL BANKING Established Over ' BUSINESS. Half century. Memphis z-Ji Women's Correct Apparel. Students' Trade Sollcitfed. D. T. CARTER, Pres. IAS. STONE, Vice-Pres. Men's Fashionable Furnishings. S. H. LOGAN, Cashier- L J . , . - I . ,A 214 ' fiseslfeslfgslreslab!-rgifesigisgiaeslsgilseif9sifefsiaeslsgslfgslfgslfgslisilfsialfsslsgiisgslfgslfgslaeslfgzireslsgif R. R. CHILTON SL CO. Druggist and Chemist Prescriptions filled with the purest and choicest drugs at all hours of the day or night New Beautiful Soda Fountain A Fancy' Drinks "Tempting to the Gods" IT 'S QUALITY THAT COUNTS S IN OUR EEE 4 SHOE Every Pair a Hand Welt E E I. BUILDING, Main and Madison Sts., Memphis, Tenn. 2' Q. Merchants 6 Farmers Bank .E OXFORD. MISS. Drafts Cashed and General Banking it Business Transacted :gg 2' iii W. D. PORTER, President iii S. H. PLANT, Vice-President J. F. MATTHEWS, cashier S' Davidson SL Wardlaw 'iz BOOKS STATIONERY AND JEWELRY S' '-'- ii Headquarters for High-Grade Goods if? at living prices. Mail orders receive ,f prompt attention. All the latest news- papers and magazines. Scientific Optician , , ,,,,, , 'iff 21 Mt4 4de244ie9e?es?Vie' 'slag s o M Waterman s Ideal Fountain Pen 'i on a vacation is a handy pocket companion, always ready for notes, records and f Q personal correspondence. Send souvenir postals, but write them in ink. Q 1 -hs li , A YI Th 'l'h Pen Pen ' i oi the with the Hour Gli Ga D 11 -. i r - T'-" 5 g . 1 21 Prices range: 82-50, 83.50- 54.00, 35.00 and upward,depending on size of 32' - gold pen and style of mounting, if any. May be purchased almost everywhere. - L. E. WATERMAN CO., 1 73 Broadway, N. Y. i GNC?-80. I gg Bostonj-T g Sa.nAlj-anciscg, Montreal Established in 1876 Subscription 81.00 per year '- x -1. The OXB L31-QLD EAGLE , Mas. E. A. THOMPSON, Prop. Q The Official Organ of Lafayette County and the City of Oxford M. E. Hom-, Mgr. 2 Students desiring up-to-date Stationery, Engraved and Embossed Cards, Invitations, etc., should give us s trial. We can g' always give you satisfaction .Q Special Attention Given to Students Book, Job and Commercial Work promptly and neatly executed 'aries-,fansit e 216 d4iA?4 d444+4444Q?9 Q?94 A ' A Qelfyalrerifeelfeel-Qeiroeelcesicgelees? 9 I 1 .......... ..., 5 Arrnsh-Qng75 E ' ' .f ' Write lor 200 Page Catalogue I 5315: A 0 "., l If-"f':'L 'Ji - A ' gli fig -J 1 iilllgeixvgis C Good i i,'3ij1gg:5f.,g--2,61 F - la Ul'l1ItUI'8 A liiiiiilaf 'E carpets Q Wall Decorations, 1 E Q Draperies Armstrong Furniture Co. MEMPHIS University Training School OXFORD, MISS. 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