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XX f THE YEAR 130014 UNIVERSITY OF 1vx1S51551PP1 V 'ny ' UL K mo' R E' QW' NRS 2 PUBLISHED BY THE E SENIOR CLASSES OE THE SEVERAL SCHOOLS E IlllllllllllIIIIlilIIIIlllIIIlllIIIIIIIIIIIllIIIIillIIllllIIIIIHIIIIHIIIIllllIIIIHIIIIIillIIIIHIIIIIIHIIIINilIIIIlllIIIII1IIIIHillIIIlllIIIIHIIIIINIIIIIIllIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII!!IIIIIklllllII!!IIIIINIIIIIIHIIIIIHIIIIIH1IIIIIHIIIIIHIIIIIIHIIIIHHIIIIHIIIIII11HllliHIIIII1HIIIIIHIIIII1NIIIIIIHIIIIIIIHIIIIIE 1 IN MEMORIAM LOURY B. VAUGHN, LL.B. Class of 1 917 Died December 4, 1915 MISS ROSA FRIEDMAN, B.S. Class of 1 917 Died January 29, 1 9 1 6 Page Four H X 1 A CAMPUS VIEW FACA DE Ol" LIBRARX Ilr. l":m-I "'l'ln:11 liHl4-, small tlxillg. i i i i it Efahlr nf QIHIITPIITE. ii I: Situ it Book the First .... The University. Book the Second . . , The Classes. i Book the Third .... Literary. Q Book the Fourth . . . Fraternities. it Book the Fifth .... Social Activities, ti Book the Sixth .... The Co-Eds. , , i i Book the Seventh. . . Clubs and Organizations Book the Eighth . . . Fublications. i l Book the Ninth .... Athletics. Bookthe Tenth . . . Fun. i i Freshman Carr: "I wonder if there 's a Soph behind that tree." -ondly have we watched -'er the growth of this modest volume-this -ecord ofthe glorious year 1915-1916. ach phase of "Ole Miss" life we have attempted to portray and -e offer this, the "Miss" of '16, as an appreciation -fthe spirit that has become so vital a part of us. lf, in the future. our -eaders turn away occasionally from the busy. workaday world and -erive pleasure in scanning these pages once more, we may say: "well done." Nlurpheyz "'l'lm vxpvriiiivrit. to-:lay is on page-W CC?Zi5 ZEZLg J I jamwcl Ca, Jews jemjfeuzv 632661539 tg51Ee4c:'fdcJ2a,577:' ' 'j' SGWZSEQ! wembfywas- A I' md eoziiea 9 was edfz"'Z7'2i 03Q9ZCcZ02l'i'QQf M35 ra. wee 0 A! I V I I I1 IL l, ,, - I I I I I T I I I ga Page Eight l R il l l 3.11IllllIIIIIFllllIIIllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllIIIIIIllIIIIIIlllIIIIIIllIIIIIIIllIIIIIIllIIIIIIIllIIIllllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllIllllllllIIlllllllIIlllllllIIIlllllllIIlllllllIIIIlllllllIIllllllIillllllllllllllllll l l l Wllllllllll Brhiratinn. TO RICHARD MARION LEAVELL Emeritus Professor of Philosophy, Legislator, leader of men, promoter of public enterprise, patron of public education, pioneer in public service: distinguished in war but greater in peace: the friend of man, the Christian citizen-this book is affectionately dedicated. IIIllIIIIIlllIIIIIIlllIIIIIIllIIllIIIIII!llIIIIIIlllIIIIIIllIIIIIIIlIIIIIIlllIIIIIIlllllIIIIllIIIllllllIIIIIllllIIIIIllIIIIIIIlIIIIIIlllIIIIIIlIIIIIIlllIIIIIIllIIIIIIllIIIIIIllllIIIIIllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII Prof. Rogers: ' t How are you?" ,I -, 'c 1. VL. DR. RICHARD MARION LEAVELL Miss G6I'tl'llllQ Lassiter: "Now, you could have left flmt Hur." Page Aryill 6 1 , 1 X, W N w ,W 1 I1 W, x x I rljlt T611 li r 5 Qirharh arinu itivauell l ltichard Marion Leavell. M. A.. L. L. D.. was horn in Newberry Dis- trict. S. C., August 31. 1838. At the age of two years. he came to Mississippi. settling in Pontotoc County. Here he attended the B. lt. VVehh Academy, entering the University of Mississippi in 1856. when Dr. F. A. B. Barnard was President of the institution. After three years of faithful study. Dr. Leavell graduated with hon- ors. and entered upon the profession of teaching. lt was not long. however. until his country called him. and in the month of April. 1861. with the rank of Lieutenant. he entered the Second Mississippi Infantry. After a year's service in the army of Northern Vir- ginia. he was elected Captain of his company. and held this Command until the battle of Gettysburg. when he was made prisoner and carried to Fort Delaware. thence to Johnson's Island. Ohio. During his imprison- ment here. Dr. Lcavell was a memher of a class of students of Law. taught hy General J. Z. George. Through the instrumentality of Dr. Barnard. his former college President. who. though a Northern man. was Dr. Leavell's staunch friend. he was liherated. l After returning to Mississippi. he opened an institution at Verona. T under the name of Verona Male Academy. where many men who have t since attained prominence. came under his ennohllng influence. ln 1871. he was elected to the State Legislature. where he became especially noted asa parhamentarlan. ln 1882. the Trustees of Mississippi College called him to the chair of linglish in that institution. where he remained until 1889. when he was elected to the chair of English and Belles-Lettres in his Alma Mater. The degree of satisfaction with which this duty was discharged. is attested hy the singular fact that the Board of Trustees adopted a special resolution of approval in his favor. Two years later. he hecame Professor of Phil- osophy and Political Economy in this institution. which chair he filled until the year 1908. Outside ol' strictly school affairs. Dr. Leavell has held various posi- l tions ol' prominence and trust in the State. He has served as President ofthe Mississippi State Teachers' Association. and has held many official positions in religions organizations. As a friend. he is sincere: asa teacher. he has no superior. and as a man. his character is nnnnpeachahle. Prohahly no personality in the State ol' Mississippi has touched more lives for good. and done more to further the great Brotherhood ol' Man. than the nohle and revered suhjeet ol' this sketeh. "tii'eelt" Ia-:nu-ll: "Now, ,Q'0lIllt'IlIt'Il, the initplitons part of this proposition is r I IN7I1lIWNIllHWNlPIVKUIHWYIIHNNV!lIHHHl?lHWIIM IKIHHHHNPINNVIPIHHHINHHIHHN KHHWHIIINNNI1UWWINNIIIHINV KINNIHWIIIHN4IllIPHH4iIWH1IHWH 00153 mvisma FHRS1' M ThQ H . . UUIVQTSIJIY HHIIIHH1INII1PH1lIWlHIlUllHHllHHWIHHIHUPNUUHHHlHHlH!IH1INH1II 11NKIPllIHIIIHI!NiIHlNIINiiHIINNHIHIIHIII11HI5iI1INK1iII1HIIiHH1NIUISIIHHIHHIUHHH l'uy1f 1'zL'fZL'6 1 , NCELIAJN .IUSEPII NICELY POWFR9 ll. II. .lulmxmn "'I'IniN pox! uflivv f4lll'4'l' muxl lmxe' :I lltllu-1-:llvlllvi lIl1'0filIg' rig r i 4 I W kht Il Page Thirteen i5narh uf Erufftma GOVERNOR T. G. BILBO, Ii.z'-Offivio pl'l'SI'l16'llf . . . HON. NV. H. SMITH, Stuff' Sll1N'l'l.lIff'lldPlIf, E.l'-0f.fil'l.ll . HON. 0. F. LANVRENCE, Sm'nffary Of Board 1191-1-201 . . HON. E. L. BRIENJ C1914-201 ........ HON. T. VV. CAR'rEn, C1912-161' . HON. ROBERT POXVELI., C1912-181 . HON. J. VV. Cl'TREli, 11912-183 . HON. T. B. FRANKLIN, C1912-181 HON. B. F. JONES, C1912-165 . HON. W. C. THOTTEH, C1912-169 . ' Deccasod. V . Jackson . Jackson G11-nada Vicksburg ' . Potosi 1 . Jackson 1 Clarksdzllc Columbus Hernando . XXVTIIOHH I 1 Miss Rebecca Brown: "Kam -f'- kaa! gl: 1'vOlll'fl Gbppnrtunitg They do mr' wrong who say l romf' no mort' U'hen once' I knock and fail to find you in ,- For every day I stand outsidr your door, A nd bid you lvalfr, and risr to fight and win. U'ail not for prorious l'hl1lIl'l'S passwd away. VV1'c'p not for goldrn agvs on thi' lUCll1P,' Each night I burn the records of tha day At sunrisf' flurry soul is born again. Laugh lilfr a boy al splvndors that ham' spvd, To vanished joys be' blind and dwaf and dumb: Jly judgments sral thi' dvad past with its dvad. Hut lufvrr bind a momrnl yrft to c'omf'. Though drop in mirv, uiring not your hands and II'l'l'1I,' l loud my arms to all who say "I ran." .Vo SIICIIITP-fllflfll outrast ffurr' sank so drop, Iiut yrt might risi' and bf' again a man. Dost thou behold thy lost youth all aghastf' Dost rerl from rightrous I'iI'fI'l.bllll'Ull,S blour. Thru turn from blottrd arr'l1im's of tlu' past. And find thi' fulur1"s pagvs uihitz' as snow, -1 Art thou a mourn1'rf' Ifousi' tluw' from thy SpI'll,' Art thou a sinn1'rI' Sins lnay bf' for!lim'n,' lfarh morning giows lhrr wings to flow from hvll. Iiarh night a star to guido lhy fowl to lwanvn. XV:nlti-r Mallom-, '8 0 " Hats" lklzu-kntonoz "A little tunv, 1'vllmxs." Fm Uhr Svrhnnla. College of Liberal Arts. School of Law. School of Engineering. School of Education. School of Medicine. School of Pharmacy. J. N. Brown: "Boy, she's a prince. Suri? I Uhr Braun ALFRED IILMH. C. E.. D. SC. Dr'r1l1 of Ihr' Ifr1IIr'rjr' of I.l.I7I'I'IlI AVIS LJ F.XliLEY. H. S.. LL. D. IJr'rll1 of Ihr' Sr'hrmI of Law J. H. IJUHIROH. B. H.. C. E. lJr'rr1z of Ihr' Sr'hrmI of 1fllIjl.I1l'f'l'I'l1Q 1 1 vrw J. C.. In-XX l. A. M.. Prl. D. IJr'ru1 nf Ihr' Sr'hrmI r1fIfl'Illr'uI1'r1l1 NV. S. I,Ii.X'l'Ill'Il-iS. A. M.. M. D. IIPIIII of Ihr' Sr'hrmI of .l1I'dI.I'I.lIl' H. M. F.XSHli. Ph. G. lJr'rrn of Il1r' Sr'hrmI of Plzrrrmrrry .lurlgv Kimlnmxglnz "Iiontl0m0n, this is H10 limo nt' mlvlll I t 1 Illlfll Sf 1 4 nh Il 1 1 if5,WJ?fff1f,f,f1r1r,,,,N,.N,'N ,t l A IN iHl!Hryfll1HVA!llllx -,M - ,VM jun 'IHMk,iA,,.,..Q.,L4, Viv llvln-ll He-Inna: " I 'Ill Qliillg' to illXI'igl0TIIIl1 l'wl'1'NIllIlHll,'. Y l'4m1 liillllfl H ll frlff f Q Arts and IJl'Ufll'SSUl' of .llflUIl'1I1llfl,t'S. 18903 lfcllow and Assistant in Civil linginccring, nmlics, lfnivcrsity ol' Mississippi sincc 18903 Acting l'rol'cssoi' ol Civil l-.nglnci-1'1ng, lnivcrsity ol Missis- sippi 1900-09' Nlcc-1 ll'lllC'0ll0l' 'lnil IM-'in of lhc Dc- o - . . ' l'niv4-rsilv ol' Mississippi, sincc 1.1051 lrofcssoi' of Aslrononn' .Al.liXANIDlili Li-:la Boxol'n.xN'r, A. B., M. A.. l'1'of4'sso1' of l.411'1'11 l,4u1y11ug4' mul I.1'l4'1'41l11l'c. A. B. Ilum 141011-8141114-y Lollcffc, 1 843 . . . . 1 s rnc or ol' I A g 8 X M lla Int l l..ul1n .anal firm-ck, Bound Bock lnslilulc, 'l'4-xzls, 1885-871 Grzulu uI4 Sluslinl ol'l ulin incl 1214414 Vniyusity ol l 1 - . 4 1 .4 ' ' - I ', '- ' ' ' 'csais 1887-87: h1':ulll:il4- Sluclcnl ol lIllXLlSlij' ol' Virginia, 1887-89, tllo ol l..n4x Scholzirshiplg .ASSlSi2lI1l and .ASS0l'l2l1L' l,l'01'0SS0l' oi' l,.l1lll .ami iircck l'nivcrsily oi' Mississippi, 1889-942 l'i'o1'cssoi' ol I :lin gmac 1893' fil"lllll'lll Stnmlint o1'llll'N nil ' ' ily .4 , 44, 4 4 - . ' sz 'z ' L l1lVl'1'S 4 1 . 189'-91 llHllll'l' ol' Morgwn lfmllowshim X M ll nw lril' Slnclnnl .-... . ,. 1 . 1 'z ,. - l mvcrsily ol Pcnnsylvzmlzl, 1890, lsuinincrl: Munich :incl J 1 l.omc, 1.101 1Slllllllll'I'lI, Bcrlin, 1907, isnnnncrlg B4-sc:n'cl1 4111 B4llin l'nix4isiIy inil in lilly 191011 AA'ol'l' i +I 'uclor in Biology, l'nivcrsity ol' Virginian, 189-1: Assislun l'iol' oi Bi4l I 141 1' I 1 l'ni 1 ily ll 1 NY.xi.l.i-:is 8. Li-zxriil-zns. M. IJ.. I'1'ofwssor of Iiiology and I'l1ys1'oIogy, 1141111 .ll4'1l1'cul lll'1llll'1III1'lI1 ul Om- ford. A. M. Schools ol' Biology, illlL'IlllSll'A' :xml iii-olo143'. l'nivcl'silV 1 l ' 'irginiu, 18111 M. D. 18.1-lg llrzulilanlc Stuilcnl ol' .lohn-s iins, 18953 lllllVl'l'Sl1A' o1'Cl1ic1lgo, 1897, 1900, 1901, 1907, iSlllllllll'l'Sll Ncw York Malrinc Biological Lzlliorailory, 1898, tsunnncrlg Mcmbcr Bocky Mounluin Scicnliiic Exposition, 18983 Stumlcnl in llzirvzml l'niv4-rsily. 1905-00, fsunnncrl: Slu- 4lmnI in llospil :ls ol' Vhic ifo 1901 tsunnnul in ulnltm Slu I 4 4 . - 4 - .. I - 4 - - -. 4 4 , 4 . 1 4h , 4 , . 4 4 4 s ' - p zu ' " I ' ' 5 . cr,1908:ln- ' css ' :ogy an icoot-Q53 vc 's y ol' Mississimi, 18.1-1-953 llczul ol' llt'lJ2Il'1llll'lll oi' Scicncc, Millcl' School of Virginian,1895-903 l'i'oi'cssor ol' Biology :anal licology, l'nivci'sily ll ol' Mississippi, 1898-053 l,l'0i'l'SS0l' ol' Biology :Incl Physiology, 1 l'niv4-rsity ol' Mississippi, sincc 1905, llircclor ol' Public llczlllh , :nal Sllllilllllibll for lhc Slulc oi' Mississippi. ll .Im-I4 Sllilfllllllll "Hey, t'1'eslnn:m, you inonkvy, 4 on my Inumlry iloun. 51.1-'iiiip Hl'NIl-1, B. li.. C. li.. D. Sc.. l'1'cv- lflmn- ccllor, Dcun of ilu' lfollcgf' of f.l'f7l'I'lll A llllllllllll l'nivci'sily 1887-90: l,l'Ul'CSSOl' oi' Mathc- i 1 P1lr11' ,xvllll l11'1l Pi-3'1'r:1aXY. Howmxn. M. D.. I'1'11f1'ssu1' of Pl111rm11- . . ,f 1'11l11gy, I lllUPI'SIf1j Pl1ysl1'11111. M. IJ., Memphis Hospital Medical College. 18823 New York lutlyclinic, 1887: Special Work in Physical Diagnosis, North- western llispensary, New York, 18873 l'resi1lent Mississippi Medical Association, 18943 Student in Hospitals ul' Philatlel- pllia, 18903 Member ut' State lluarrl ut' llealth, Secunfl Con- gressional District, 19003 Member State l31tar1l ut' Health, State at Large, 1904-083 Stutlent ut' Pharinaculogy, L'niversity nl' Chicago, 1908, 1SllIlllllL'l'1l I,l'tt1'L'SSUl' ot' Materia Medica Ily- giene, l'niversity ut' Mississippi, since 1908. IDAYIIJ llmucii-L lfllsuor, M. A.. I'r1:f1'ss1n' of 1flIf1lI'SlI - ' Aa. I.11l1g1111g1- 111111 l.I'I'l'l'1lflll'I'. 0 5 . ' sl 1 A. li., liiimiw' and llenrx' Cullege 18913 M. A. Yanflerlnll ...ni 'hh-Q .19 "1"': ' I 'gg . - 3 'nfessur ol' ' iversily ot' Missis- 1 sippi, 1904-0.13 lfrutessnr ut lillgllfill Language anal Literature, l'lllYl'l'Sl1A' ut' Mississippi, since 1905. Cxixix S. Bimwx, M. S., PI1. D. D. Sc.. l'1'nf'1's.v1n' of Aq4L i .. .lIUl11'I'll l,1u1g1111g1's 111111 1,l.fI'l'llflIl'l'S. M. Vanderbilt l'niversity, 18913 ID. Se., 18923 Assistant in French anal linglish, 1892-983 Acting Assistant l'rot'essnr ut' linglish, University 11t'Miss1iuri, 1893-943 Student in l'niversity ot' Paris and Leipzig, 1894-953 Instructor in English, Vanderbilt University, 1895-903 Instructor in l-Inglish and Comparative ,4- Literature, l'niversity ut' Cnlura1ln, 1898-19003 Part of the ti Acting l'r1tt'ess1n' ot' 1iCl'lll1lll1 Ph. IJ., Vniversity ot' Cul1n'a1lo, 18993 Acting l'mt'1-ssm' tit' Modern Language, l'niversity uf Mississippi, 19023 Student in Spain, ltalv and Greece, 1903-04 Acting Assistant l'rnt'essur nt' liumance Language, l'lllV0l'Sl1A' nt' Missouri, 1904-053 l'rot'essm' nt' Rmnance Language, l'ni- versity ot' Mississippi, 1905-073 l'rnt'essor ot' German Language. l'niversity ut' Mississippi, 1908-133 l'rot'essor of Modern Lan- guage, l'niversity ot' Mississippi, since 1913. l.. H. Jones: "I don 't think this is germane to the situati1m." l'1II1lf 7vII'flll 1 1 1 ' A. A V ' ' JOHN H. Doniwil. B. E.. C. H.. Profwssm' of Civil lin- 1 1 , -, f1l.llC'PI'l.Ilg. J 1 ' y B. li., Vumlcrbilt l'nivi-rsity, 10-03: li., Yamlcrliilt, 1913 Engugcil in the l'i':ic-tlcc ol' EI1QIl10L'l'll'lg, 1003-00: Assistant Pl'01il'SS1ll' ut' Civil :incl Munit-ipul Iinginccrhing, 1006-08: Prn- fcssm' ut' Municipal und Szuntziry Iingincuriiig, l'nivcrsity oi Mississippi, 1008-121 Pi'ot'cssm' 01' Civil Engineering. sincc 1912 , A-iw 'Q ,,"',: . ,sx- It T: ,V 1 Juiies XV.xns.xw Blil.l., B. P.. M. A.. 1'roff'ssnr of Eco- ' 'iii' IlUlIll.l'S and I'ul1'f1'f'ul Sf'if'11f'1'. v 1 1 li. P., luiursity ul' Mississippi, 18083 l'i'invipul ut' Schools, A , 1808-1903: .xSS01'l2IlC l'l'u1'cssui' ul' l'c1l:lgugy :intl High Svliuol E U, ,V 'I . ps 1 ,, ii 1 Mivliigun, 1000, tsunuucrtg Studi-nt ut' L'nivci'sity of Chic-ago, ' 1008-1012, tsunuucrt: Studi-nt 01' Columbia lvlllVL'l'Sl1j', 1000- 1010 fsuuuncit l'niuisitx nt' Mississippi sin 100' In in ul' D W . , . 1 thc Ili-p'u'tiuvnt nl' I':1illt'2tll0l1, 1010-153 I l'0l'CSS0l'U1' lic-mimiiics :anal Pnlltlt ll Sl'1t'l1l'0, Sll'll'L' 15110. Visitor, l'nivcl'sity ot' Mississippi, 12103-0-lg l'i'o1't-ssui' 01' Muthc- ' 'f ' iuitics Mlssis 1 sippi l. l. X C., 1.104-07: Student l'nivL-rsity ut' ' . "T A' . , .' C0 . ll 'Z 1 PlIflI'lI1lll'lj. l'li C St louis Cullcgc ul' 1'll2I1'lll2tl'M, 1.0011 Spc-vizil XYOi'k f sauuc, suuuuvr ut 10061 illl'lIIlJ0l' ul Mississippi 312110 ltourc J 1'l1ill'lll1Ii'1'lllll'2l1 lixzuuim-rs, 100-1-08: l'i'c-sicli-nt u1'St:itc 11011111 l'i-ssm' ul' l'l1:u'ni:u'y, l'nivcl'sity 01' Mississippi, sinvc 1910. Miss listn-llc' Ulilliziiuz "Softly, swiftly, tlivri-!' lli-:Nm NIINOH lffxsicis, Ph. C.. lhfun mul lI'Ul.l'SSUl' nj f 1012: lingzngi-il in drug busincss t'uurtm-on yours: Acting Pro- 1'vssur 01' I'li:u'1uzu-y, l'uivi-rsity ut' Mississippi, 1008-10g Pro- ii0lSI'Ili'l' 'l'0lmIiY. B. P.. ASSUt'I'llfl' 1Jl'U,.c"SSUl' of.Uflfl11'- Supcrinicmlcnt of Svlmols, Yuzun City, Miss., 1895-1905 Hlfl Sl IX ll lsltxc Sl ll 1001 1 intcmla-nt 01' Sf-lmols ut' Canton, Miss., 1900-07: Stuck-nt nil 1 olumhiu l'nivc1'sily, 1909, isummcrbz l'rut'vssm- ol' l'L-claigugy, L nivcrsiiy oi' Mississippi, 19103 ASSHC12l1L' l,l'Ui.L'SSHI' 01' Mai in llics, l'nivcl'sily 01' Mississippi, S1I'lL'0 1910. VVYNN IXXYIIJ Hi-:lm1.lcs'l'ux, A. B.. D. D., I'1'uf1'.s.w1' of wrsity nl' KL'llillL:kj'1 l,I'Ui'l'SSfll' nl' Philnsuphy :mal Iitliivs, l l1lVl'l'Slij' 01' Mississippi, SlI1l'l' 1909. 11mI1'f's. 1 1 'L' um 'isitm' ' iivc ' 11' Misfssi DJ1, . f-003 Su ici'- Paljff 7'lI'rHl.llUll1 Ciiluswifilrzn I.0xmcs'i'. H. A.. Ph. IJ.. .1.ssz'sIf111l Pru- M fK'SSUl' of l.ul1'11. 4 Ii. A., lvlliVl'l'S1iX ul' Mississippi, 19003 'l'vzu'lu-1' ul' linglisli in G lhc Pliilippinc Isl:nmls,1901-0-1: lnslruvlm' in linglish in .lulms Hopkins l'nivcrsily, 1901-05: Studi-nl in .lulms Hopkins l'ni- ' ISI ul' 1'I1ic"u'fn 1909-09 vi-rsilx' 1.104-08: Sllltitlli ni' l'nivc'.'1y D s1ppl,,- '- . 1 . ., '- t' . - , 1 1 4 n v - 4 1 Q mmcrsbg .Xsslslznnl l l'uI'n-ssur ui' l.:l1ln, lvlllYt'l'Slij' 01 Missis- sma Q 1908 l'li ll Vnixusilx u1'1'l1l1':ign, 1915. Plzilusopliy and lillzius. Pitt Stone fL0bhyiug in Jzmksonj: "HM I1 puvket full of Tulum-a'u,zll11 - v . 1let's gn tu it. Pflyff 1'1r1n!y-frrn 1 I l A li li L . ii ii NVii.1,l.u1 LEE Kiixxox, M. Ph. D.. Professor of i Physics, Geology and ,-lsfronomy. B. S., Millsaps College, 1900, M. S., the same, 19013 Professor oi' Chemistry and Physics, Kentucky XYesleyan College, 1901- 03: Student in Johns Hopkins University, 1903-tltig l'niversity Scholar, 1904-U51 Fellow in Chemist1'y, 1905-063 Ph. D., the szune, ltltltig Instructor in XVilliznns College, Massachusetts, lllllli-U93 Assistant Professor of Chemistry, t'niversity of Mis- sissippi, 12309-11: Member of American Physical Society, Pro- fessor ol' Physics and Astronomy, L'niversity ot' Mississippi, since 1911: l'rol'essor ot' Geology, University ol' Mississippi, since 1913. li it i LI-:oxxno .lrzmmi-3 F.Xltl.liY, Dean of Law Deparlmenl. I 1 B. t'niversity ot' Mississippi, 18843 Superintendent ol' I liclucution, DeSoto County, 1892-9133 Mississippi Senate, ltllltl N U81 l'rol'essor ot' Law, University ol' Mississippi, since 1910 1, 1 lilectefl Dean ot' the Ilepartment ot' Law, 1913. it Al.l-'lilill XVl1.i.i,xxi Mimi-ix, B. A.. Ph. D.. l'rof1'ssor of ' Greelc Lflllfjllllfjf' 111111 l.1'h'1'uI111'e. l Ii X l nixusily ot' Toronto, 1888: Instructor in Creek :anal . I'ulin Barrie Lollegizlle institute, Untzirio, 1885!-98: Fellow in l tireek, .lohns llopkins t'niversily, 1898-SIU, Ph. Il., lhe saline, 1 El, l'rol'essor ol' Creek :incl Latin, limory :incl llenry College, 1 ISHN!-Ill: l'rol'essor ol' Creek, l'niversity ol' Mississippi, since l 1910. 4 l i a ii it l'rol'. ll:-II: "Yes, the color of her werlaling dress was squslz punkiin. Payr Tuvvlfy-tltl'cf v 'H -- --' 277 Y Y - '- -' - '- ff- 1 1 I 1 i i .lol-iN Cl.lF'l'0N Cl'l.i.m', A. B.. M. D., Professor of V . . It .llznor bzlrgery. +1 A B Southxustun Phtsbxtuian I.vIllXLlSlt 1906 A I A A . U ,,L. ,. ,.. .. ,.. N ,,.B. B., m lu Yhamlerbilt L'niversity, 19095 House Surgeon. Erlanger Hos- 11 pital, Chattanooga, 1909-103 Assistant Director of Public Health 1 and Sanitation for Mississippi, 1911-12g Professor of Minor 1 t Surgery, l'niversity ot' Mississippi, since 1912. ll it it 1. 1 A. 1 .loHN Nifsisrr Swxxx, A. B.. A. M.. Ph. D.. Professor of ! Clwm1'sI1'y. U M tiracluate Student .lohns Hopkins University, 1888-893 Ph. ll., q ibitl, 18933 Teacher in City Schools of Burlington, Iowa, 1886- 1 87: Professor ot' Science, Tarkio College. 1887-88: Professor of Chemistry, Westminster College, 1889-915 Professor ot' Iiemistry, Monmouth College, 1893-1912: 1913-1915: Acting lrotessor ot' Chemistry. l'niversity ot' Mississippi. 1912-1913. A B XX estminster College tPu.l, 1886: A. M., ibiml, l889g l,I'Kl-1 M. KINll1llUl'lill, A. B.. L. L. ll.. Professor of Senior Law. A. B., L'niversity ol' Mississippig Ll.. li., l'niversity of Missis- sippig Member ot' the Legislature ot' Mississippi. Member ot' the Board ot' Trustees ot' the University ot' Mississippi: Chancellor ot' the 'l'liirml.Iu1Iicial District ot' Mississippi. J llen Martin: " I 'll leave tenor siiigilig to f'l"1INO Iiere:it'te1'. " 151,111 7'lI'1!lf-If-fillfll' 1' l ll ' M l I 1 l 1 l l Hoswi-31.1. XY. Honrins, B. S.. M. A.. :lSSUl'I'llfl' 1,I'Uf'I'SS0l' . 11fE1I111'11li1m. B. S., l'olytc1-hnicCollcg1-,lillllig M. A., l'nivcrsity of Chicago, 1 117111 Graduate Stu1lcnt ot' L'nivcrsity of Tcxas, 12107: Instructor in BliliilCIll1ltlCS, Goodnight Collcgc, 15102-03: Assistant Pro- fcssor in Mathcniatics. Polytcchnic Collcgc, 15305-UT: Principal oi' Hillsboro l'l'cxasl High School, 1907-12: Prcsiilcnl ol' John Tarlclon Collcgc, 1912-13: l,l'L'SlllCl'll of Texas Tcachcrs' Club, 1910-12: Conductor ol' Trinity Sunnncr Normal, 19123 Spccial Statc Iixainincr for Tcxas, 1908: l'rol'cssor ol' liducation, l'ni- , vcrsity of Mississippi, sincc 1913. .Iosierii U'i"i'i4:m:i-:IN Cniniaii, M. D.. Asso1'1'1111' I'1'oj'1f.s.so1' of l'l1ys1'oIo11y 111111 Ilislology. M. ll., l'nivcrsity oi' Virginia, 19123 Assistant in Physiology, l' l'nivcrsily of Virginia, 15112-12: Instructor in Physiology and 1 ll2lI'Ill2ll'UllJQj', l'nivcrsity ol' Virginia, 1912-13: Associalc Pro- l.L'SSUI' ol' Pllysiology anti llislology, LlIllV0l'Silj' ol' Mississippi. sincc 1913. Miss M.xn1z.xm4:'l' M. lioi'mcisl'sil, B. A.. S. li.. 1,1.l'l'!'flII' of l1UlIll'Slll'f' Sf'I'1'lIl'1' 111111 11111111 of ll'om1'11. ll. A.,- Mississippi ln1Iusl1'ial lnslilulc and Collcgc: S. li., lllllV0l'Slij' ol' Chicago: Stumlcnl ol' Cllaulauqua, N. Y.: llall 1 . . . 3, , ' . nicslic Scicnbcc oi'0sl1kosll. XVis.: lbircctor ol' Doincslic Scicncc 1 in1l IJ1 an ol XVoincn, l'l1lvcrsily ol' Mississippi, sincc 1913. l Hill Murphy C011 second hasejz "Got out of this oll g'Illlll'.H - - i Puff: Tll'f'llf-ll fin EDWARD Joxns EMWIN, A. B., A. M., .-lss1'slc111t P1'off's.so1' of Eliglisli. A. B., lluvitlson College, 19003 A. M., 19073 Instructor in Me- Czillie School, tllmttauioogu, Tenn.. 1907-093 tlrzuluute Stutlent Columbia L'niversity, 1910-123 Instructor Hewitt Clinton High School, New York, 1912-143 Assistant Ijrofessor ot' English, I'niversity ot' Mississippi, 1914-15. .lull-Ls Iipwxnn XVlNs'roN, IS. A.. M A.. Ph. IJ., l'l'of'r'sso1' of Ilislory the sznne. 19013 M. A., I'I2ll'V2lI'lI I'niversity' 1101 I li IJ I nixtrsity of I ennsylvuniu 1014 Instiuttoi in II1 t Kentucky, 1902-043 Instruetor in History History, Politics, and lit-onoinies, Prince ton I'niversity, 1911-133 lnstrut-lor in His tory untl Politics, the sznne, 1913-143 I'ro Iessol' of llistory, l'niVt-rsity ol' Missis sippi, sinee 1914. B. MYnoN S'I'It0Nti, A. B., M. A., Ph. IJ., Professor of Ancliolny. A. li., Oberlin College, 18973 M. A., Ilznrvurtl L'niversity, 1899: Ph. ll., Hztrvzu'tl, 19013 Instruetor in Zo-ology and Pliysies, Luke Forest L'niversity Aeauleiny, 1897-98: tirzuluzite Student in Zo-ology, I'IZlI'V2ll'tI I'niversiIy, 1898-19013 tlloltler ol' llll versity anal Thziyer Seholzirshipslz Instructor in Biology Hzlverforcl College, 1902-033 Carnegie Itesezireli Assistzint, 1903-043 Associate in Zo-ology, I'niversity of Cliiczigo :intl ltush Metliezil College, 1904-073 Instructor, 1907-143 Instructor in search Marine Biologic-ul Laiborzitories, Woods Hole, Muss 1902-053 Investigator at Senekenbergisehes Neurologisehes In- stitute, Frz1nkt'urt,Gerinuny, Autuinn of 19091 Holtler ot' Sinith- sonian Institution Iteseureh Appointment at Zo-ologic-ul Stu tion, Naples, Italy, tWinterl. 1910. John Rauch: "Hot Dog, I know that." ' ' ' H 's ory, l'nivel'sity ol I'niversily 01'YIlL'X2IS, 1907-083 Instructor in B l'1l fa 1 :rr llfll-NIJ' it l l. Bn.1.Y S. Grvrox, M. A.. M. D.. Professor of Pathol- ogy and Baef1'1'1'oIogy. B. S., Mississippi College, 19081, Principal Dexter High l Sc-hool 1908-095 B. University, Miss., 1910: Student As- 1 sistant, Histology, l'niversity, Miss., 1910-11: M. A., Uni- versity, Miss., 1911: M. IJ. l'niversity ot' Virginia, 1913, Phi Beta Kappa, L'niversity, Ya., 19133 Interne in Martha Jeffer- son Sanatorinni, 1912-133 lnterne in Orange Memorial Hos- pital, Orange, N. .l., 1913-143 l'rot'essor ot' Pathology and p Iiaeteriology, l'niversity, Miss., since 1915. 1 linwii-:li XV. 'lllNSI,liY. 1IISfI'Ilf'fUI' in .llodern lalligllrlye. A. li., l'niversity ot' lientneky, 1912: M. A., L'niversity ot' Illinois, 1915: Snnnner ot' 1912, Travel and Study in France and Germany: Sinnnier ol' 1914, in Germany: Prin- l 1-ipal tireenville tliyxl lligh School, 1912-133 lnstruc-tor in tiernian and l-Inglish, Hart- T t'ord tliyxl College, 1913-14g Holder Graduate Seholarship in German l'niversity of l Illinois, 1914-151 Stndenl National tierinan-Anieriean 'l'eaeher's Seminary, Snnnner l 12115. l l l -lSSUl'I'll11' Pro- fvssol' of Biology. Nl X Washington University, 1914: Assistant in Zo-ology, Washington University. 19.12-131 Teaclnng I'-elloxs' in Lo- ' gton University, 1913-14: 'l'c-aeliing l'ellow in lo-ology and Clit-inistry, Washington lllllN'l'l'Slij', 191-t-1.1. l l l l Nap t':issiln'y: "That er going, olel liolV.H 1 I Page Twenty-seren F --- ff-f 1 'iff' me .1 I I il tl 1 l: ll 4 . , ll ALEXANDER H. SCHUTZ, Ph. B., Instructor in Modern Languages. U Ph. B., University of Chicago, 1915, Graduate Student, the same 1915, Instructor in Modern Languages, University of Mississippi, since 1915. ll U . 1 W 1 il l . ll V I I DONALD F. MCLEOI3, Assistant Professor of Civil Ezzginegf-ing, li tl Graduate of Nova Scotia Normal College, 18993 Teacher ot' Mathematics and Science, I Nova Scotia High Schools, 1899-19043 C. E., Cornel University, 1997: Professor of I , Mathematics and Civil Engineering, Clarkson College ot' Technology, 1996-07, Practice ' of Engineering 1998-1915, Assistant Professor ot' Civil Engineering. University since 1915. h 1 H l ., . 'I ll li l l l ll l , 1 AUGl'S'l'l'S LAXVHENCE BARKEH, B. S., M. S., Assistant T 1 Professor of Chemistry. 'I B. S., l'niversity of Alabalna, 1919, M. S., Ibid., 1911: Fel- " , low and Assistant in Chemistry, lbid, 1910-11, Instructor in 5 Il Biology, Ibid., 1911-13: Acting Professor of Biology, lbid., . .. Summer 1912, Instructor in Science, Monroe 4La.l, City A High School, 1913-14, Graduate Student L'niversity ot' Chi- cago, Summers 1913, 1914, and Session 1914-15: Fellow in Chemistry, lbid., 1914-153 Phi Kappa Sigma: Phi Beta 11 1 Kappa. i 1 i U .Iulian Sherrod: "The oi1Iy idea I everliad shoiit Isiahout a parrot his sleepi V . I 111 lu I Ilf.ll'l fulrl 1 '. P1.1-L'1'1:1 11an, A. B.. B I. S.. Ass1'.vf1111I L I' ' lfl11'1111'xf1'11. I,l'UfI'SSUl' of , ... 4 .-. of Illinois: Iilstrlif-101' X. B., l'IliVL'l'SitX nt lluinlsllx Xnics 5xQl'll'lliilll'2ll Cullcgn is n you XV11.1.1.xM AR'l'lll'li lJ.XHDliN, A. B.. M. . 4. .il A. I Biinsissippi, A.. llISfI'lIl' for III 1.11 ll' I qI1.s 1. C'II'0l1l1il, 19101 3., l'nivv1'sily N4 tl .. 12 ilunibiu l'n1vci's1ty, 19121 Student ' - E :'l'czu'h- A. M., 1 :ui llnlninbin l'IllVL'I'SltB, 1911 1114 or in Buys' High School, Brooklyn, 1914- l3' In' ' t ' ii English, l'nivcrsity of 511111-on 1 SIIICL' 1910. ,XX ui THE 7 Ef!lE6UlEiFXZ nf' surrnw, :Hui 21Cq "Oli, firls! Vin :1 wmnun Mis'- l.n1-illc fT:i1npbell: . 5, uaintcd with grief Page Twenty-mfrze f 1 Obiiirrrz nf thv 'ni11rr5itQ. 1 s W ' 1 + N m 1-1 W lr-5 W s ID. I.. ROSS, LI.. B., Sccl'cta1'y S , . . , W . . . . - . v . . . LL. B., LIIIVCISIU of Mlsslsslppl, Soma-tznl y ui L IHVCISIIX ot s Mississippi sincc 15104. U Q MISS MALTBY, Secretary to the Chuncvllol' MISS WARREN, Trzlineml Nurse i U 1 W m. Bell: "It's as high as a ml backi' 1'll4ljl Zvllfl' 1 W A 1, xi W Q, N I ' x Y? - l1, .T LOV ERS' LANE Miss Eunice Noblin: "Oh, that pvovos me QDOK THE SECCGDND Hmlnvy Brooks CKI10ckin,Q,' at doorp: "Ulm-rl up tlnie lixwlw' twluh " I lI'l.ll luv: '- 'L-11 r fm ff , ff- -:-f 1 , X L y 'N X! k N N 3 f ff 'X Q f A3 ' fCf'RRwTF X f XX Cxn HZ 'K Y v M 1,.xx , xg Q X! f 51,-3Q'24fZ"f X 7 ' A 11, - xl ,fem x "qw-2 Imys. X snr: ' I 'I knife, F92-I 1 X, f . ska Q1 J ,fr-4 Q X' , S K r A M,Y,,f '-4a:..:'- 1f', vi A l N xf Q:,,,-L 1 'gl , K A . ' "Y K' "---Q-7'?57' ,Ir f ,, , . , sq X ,X V v1eTffwEf5 .LAJIIY Q9thrrr5 uf QPIIIUI' Aruhrrmr Gilman. XIPIMXI Nlulxxla . . l,l'1'SI.fl1'll1 . N. Iilmwx . . . X'1'r1'-I'1'r's1'fl1'11I Nllss .Xxxu-3 l'iI'I,'l'UN Ilmllf . .S'm'1'a'Ir11'y und Y'1'f'u.w111'r'1' Mass l.ll,l,IXN HIIUIJI-QS . . Puff .Il l.l xN SIIIQICIGUII . . . lI1'slm'1'u11 Ii. ll. Sllx4il4l.lclfu1m . I'1'nplu'l ,lulm 4'lITl'l'l'Z " XVIIOII no xwlx' Ill lmmlmu- - Vuyff' Tlcirfyhlllzrrc' X YV !Y K in ii ,WNW ,W ,,,AA,.?...T3 l ll l H l l 1 3 I A f 1 i l SENIOR ACADEMIC CLASS OFFICERS ll l Business Manager of "Ole Miss" QTO Ed-in-Vhivfj: 'Phat all right, but who's going to fo' it " .A-qs' , I 1 , V f VJ!!-,l 1 I I Tfr1l'f-lllflllf' v - 1 v 1 XXII.I.I.XM II. .XNIJI'.IiSUN, IS. S.: M. IJ ..... Dumas - IJ. 'I'. .XI.I.IlliI7, IS. S.: M. ID ...... Oli I 'ZX main nl pnlllc lL'1lI'IllIl mil ai Iiln-rail I-illlvziliuil. "IIis Iiozirt :mil hzinil Imlh opcn and both lice: Q-5 I-'ur what lu- has hc givn-s, what hc thinks hc slmwsz ' ' " Yi-I gin-s hi- nut till luulginciil guulcs his llillllltjlu '. in Si-I-ty. l'l1i Sigma I.iIcrzu'y Sucivtyg l'i'usirIi-nt limiril nl' "'5'- fi I unlrul Sluili-nls' ilu-Upviwilivc BUQIVKIIIIQ Club: Yll'l'- ' . . . . I v , 1 ya., l,Il'Sl4Il'IlI M-nina' My-ilu-:nl Lluss: Mumhcr X. M. I.. A. Luun- p " - iilg I'rcsiiIcnI Phi Sigma I.ilvi'ui'y Sm-iolyi .Xssistzuil liu-li-1-nology :mil lkillmlugy. ,' ' -I I .Q if 2-,W-1 wg, u w new f .,: .2 - .lUN.X'l'lIAN .IICSSIQ .XIiMS'I'IiUYli, li S.: M. lb. . Y nilin li I.. BASS, li. .X ............ NIUIIIIQIII "I hzivi- lu-vm-I' Sl'l'll ai gl'c':il1'l'ii1ll':u'In' in llu- wnrlml llmn mysi-II." X. M. I.. A.: him- Linh 191.1-1 I1 X. M. I.. A. fglI2ll'It'IIl' 101.5- II IMII ll xx 3 - 'gzulv Suullvicrn Slumli-nts' Cmivviilimi ITII3-III: Yo ii - I ig.g1Sm'i:iI Ifililni' Mississippian 1.315-Ili:liuII'CIuIm:'IR-linis I lull: Ilvrmm-:m I,llcl':il'y Sm-in-ly. . . . , aim, In bc vmllclll. "I haivc lL'1ll'llL'Il. in xxlmtsm-vol' slain- I .IIIIIIIIIIU Xzilviiluwz 'hlusl 4-:iii I Iulli In X'4lll mm, mv 1,-.Ill IS w:li . . . ting for mv. Pllfll Tllirl-11-ffl: EBWIN C. BLACKSTONE, B. A ..... XYaler Valley "XYe have had an extraordinary man here." tary and Treasurer Gordon Hall Boarding Club 1915-1916 SANDFOBIJ IJQNIJIE BOONE, B. A ..... Pontotoc "He is happy whose circumstances suit his temper: but he is more excellent who can suit his temper to any circumstances." Y. M. C. A. Cabinet 1914-15-16: Chemistry Club 1913-14: IlTappa Keg: President Sophomore Class 1913-14: Tennis C ub. BELTON O'NliAI. BUUBN, B. S ...... Columbia "I want to grow as beautiful as Cod meant me to be." Tennis Club: Masonic Club. .IAMES EDWIN BBAMLETTE, B. S ..... Clarksdale "They say thou art a lawyer in disguise: 'Tis well, I would not suspect it otherwise." Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Red S: Blue Club: Hermean Liter- ary Society: Junior Prom Committee 1914-15, and 1915-1152 Hermean Freshman Medal 1911-12: Athletic Board of Con- trol 1914-15: Mississippian Board of Control 1913-1-1: Gor- don Hall Board of Control 1914-15, and 1915-16: Mississip- pian Staff 1914-15: Blackstone Club: Y. M. C. A. Cabinet 1914-15. Xliss Aline Ray You ale au ful ' ' . ll . . , rs' -, lqgiacai " ..-.i... -:.- - - , . .-, .. '.-I 4 9--fm" A L, ff . . . - ,MW -,l lf . " 'T 'T ' , 'W iv-Y' C f- ii Phi Delta Theta: Vice-President Bed S: Blue Club: Secre- Ucl I ll llnf'ix11'5g,1' I X. IRHHWN, li. .X .......... Sl1:u'pshi1i'g RHIDNI-IY I.. BROOKS, B. S ........ Clurksm ullzippy :uu I: frmn van- l'm lrcc! Why zu'cn't lhcy ull 1-cmtcillwl liku lm-'."' rf' .A VA V "I llivlu-ml my li'w11s1-I'-1-mls in my lmuls zuul wi-ul nuul haul an gmail tum-." f1'...I...l " .f- 'Z UT- '1-sian' luuim'1'luss l.lll-1.11XIVL'-ll'k'Sllll'lll 5l'lllHl'f,l2lSS 14124111-1-li 1 lull, l'i'n-sieln-lil lflllig .Xunuul Slull' llllll. ' v i t ' xlvlll -,Mlm-1-l.lub 19438-Ill!-ill-ll, X. Nl. C. A.f,1llllllll,IllllI- 4-im-ly IM-bull-I' l!ll5-llig ll1il'l'-l'Hll1',L2l2Ill' IM-lmlm-I' 1914-15: I'i1-simlm-nl Ill ukstum Club l'i1sl 'll-im l'll3 Ili Iitu ux lclilnr, "lilo Miss," IDIS-Ilig Follow in llislury, H115-Ili: slnriam 54-nun' Law Class. ll XIQHY Nllilll-IlJl'I'lI BRYAN, li. S ..... Si-ill-val, 8.11. uu-n umrm- lhuu lha-5' klunw, yn-l I many Qin- lhviu m1-usiun lu ccmsimlm-ix" Sigma: Chi: lh-riuzu-:ui l.ilci'u1'x' Sm-in-iv: Sc-rilnhlm-r's Club: liul K Blum lluh Ili I uh l I iuu N11-uuwiul Prim-, I.ll5g Uh- Bliss. Quzirlm-l: l'i1ivn-rsily it IXIIXXIINXSXISS Nll lismunulu I "ll1- wus ai lllllll, lukc him for ull in ull, l shull not hunk upun his likn- zigzuiuf' lunlhlll li uu lfll-I-1.1-Ili: lim-fl K liluv Cluh. lhuugh I iuzny not hc uhh- In iulurm - I 1 "sl Cl 1 oil 'l'iluui"s Club: XYinm-r ul' ,,,. . ,.. . . ,.,.. 4 . 4 , . . u ' , 4 1 K Xliss I-huily llofllvstonz "Vin just til-klml pink uw-1' if." P11316 Tlliriy- llll OSCAB CLARK CARB. B. S ........ Clarksdale "His life was gentle, and the elements so mixed lll hnn that nature might stand up and say to all the world: "This is a gentle- man." Football '14-'151 Baseball '14-15: Outlaws '14-'15, and '15- '1li: Vice-President Sophomore Class: Y. M. C. A. Cabincl '14-'15: Bed X Blue Club: Blackstone Club: .lunior Law. HOBIEIRT li. BUNTIN, B. S ...... Lake Cormoranl "Studious ol' ease, and fond ol' humble things." 1,41 c 1. A 'l'. B. Cl.EYIil.ANlJ, B. S .......... Decatur "Thy face is the index of a noble mind." Fellow in Chcmistry 1915-16: President Chemistry Club l 1915-lil: Taylol' Medal in Chemistry 1915: Vice-l'residenl fc ' lachers' Club 1915-113: Y. M. C. A. Council: Mississippian Stall' 1915-113: Secretary Phi Sigma literary Society 1915. nav, 91 . ap. Cassibry: "NOW possibly-- ' NAl'Ol.liON I.. CASSIBBY, B. S.: Ll.. B .... Cullpn "A better fellow to walk with down 1 l1fe's highway IS seldom loundf' liappa Sigma: Scribblers Club: "Ole Miss" Stall' 19111 lied A2 Blue Club: Oralor Hermaean l.ll0l'1ll'y Society 1914 13 fllllllllllll Bond ol' Control Cor on ' "I d Hall, Blacks o Club: Y. M. C. A. Council 1915-1133 Baseball lfllli. 1 -.-g--3-i..-w..x...:.z -5,-J . . -- -, --.--,.Y i- --.,-v-v ,. - --....-1-..-... -i V A... .f - I ffl: lllfrljf 1 lljlllf C. li. CUl,l3lill'l', B. S .......... 1.113-113 Ku Klux Iiluu 12113: Monitor 1914. IYY XYlNl"lll-Ill Fl! XWFUIKIJ, li. S ...... Uxlkufl "l,m'u in my lu-:u'l as imlly burns, .Ks lirc lll illlllllllt' liruuznn urns." XYCSI Point 1. M. K.. A. 191.1-102 XX L-sl Point Club 11115-113. lllblv Llzlss I l'lli N ' . . v , U .. Slallhl. X. M. L. A. ll.ul bc bvcn vauwlml when vouuff hc J' uuffbl ll'IYL' bu-u lzuuvcl. 41 f-sq Xll.IHli CHUSISY I3 9 1 f - 1 - - litllllzlll ll.Xl.l. Lllllillx, IS. 5 ....... Nll'l'llll2Ill "My only books wvrc wmu:m's looks, - 1 Q .Xml lullys ull tlu-yvc taught mc." 'lll'2li'li 'l'c:uu 19151 Ulm- Bliss. SL-xlvllv 1915: Nlississippizul Stull' 11113-1,1-15' Y. Nl. C. A. 1l2lllllll'1 1911-153 Class liuscbzlll 1 1 . . . . . . . . KHS1'lllSli0 "NI.ni1ll-us, lu-warm-1 this lrml has his vym-s upun you." vim-ly 11112-13-Il-15: 1lllt'llll51l'X lluluzu-:lu Liluux Su Club 1013-Ill-15115 Yiu l'l'm-simlvlll lllluluislrx' Club 1915- 11131.11-1-li l,lub 1'l1l lm' l'nlmrul4n'y 1.llSlUllI2ll1. Nliss Aliuc Ray: "Ulu, l burst." Puyf' 1'l11'rfy-ni1u- I l ' r I l l i I 1 I I f l l i .IHHN MQFEHRIN Cl'liI.IiI2, B. S ..... Brnmuvillv l "I have immurlul lungings in nic." V ll I ', JOHN CLAIHQ Cl"l'lilili, li. A ....... Clzwksflzllv I "His wmwls, like su uizuiy nimble :mal airy si-rvilm's, trip about him nt C'OIIllII2lll1l.N l Blzlckstmic Club: Coll' Club: llccl K Bluv Club: li:u'm-:I I Club. l l l I I X I l 3 MISS S.XI.I,lIi ISAl4IiI.I,.X IJINCAN, H. S .... 0xl'nrfI l "A pciluct wouunn, nobly plzuim-ml I To warn, to f'mufm'I, zuul l'HlIIlII2llI1l.u I l I ! l l l l TIIUMAS In-Wl'l"l' lJl'NN, B. S ........ Oxforcl l "lhuugli I :un SIJICIICIIVC and rash. l Yet I linvm- something in me fIEIIIgCI'0lIS.u K l . l ,I I l P ll E gw ' , 4 ' ',g,1'T'f' "" "' W ' " 7' , YY, Y Y - - 7777 Y l IIa1'ry Kirkpatrick: ' ' How Oome T " r -,J - - v H " "' ' -V -' ' --- - "1 ' Y'ii i n W: ' if 'fy' Liifzzkil 'lllfil "TQ,-M' 1 ' A J' " H -N - --- -- -'1--- "' ' ""-- V , WY 71.---,-- ,. -f,, , ,V ,-, ,-:L-152--'1 l l'h-nmlain 1911- Crm-le Club' M-:sonic Club' I3 S IM-"'1'v0 Illlll Fnrly MISS NANNIIE FAIILIQY, M. A ....... l'l1ivvl'sily "Nomar know the-0 bul to lovu. Nor naiuc thcc but to praise." Mississippian Stall' 1914-15: Annual Stall' 19113: Class His- luriau 1915. .ll-ISSIC AIIIXANIJIQH GI-Illlilil-I, Ll.. B. M. A. . lialcsvillc "I always gct thc bt-ttcr when I arguc alcmcf' Socri-tary I'hi Sigma 1913-14: Iilackstcmc Club: Masonic Club: Y. M. C. A., B. A. 1915. WILLIAM MEIQK CII,I.IiSI'IIi, B. S. Ph. li. . . Duck IIilI "And still thcy gazed, aml still thc womlcr grow, How unc small hcacl Could carry all hc know." Stuclcnl Assistant in Chemistry 1915-Ili: H0l'lll2lL'2ll1 I.itcr- ary Soc-ic-ty 1914-15-10: Y. M. C. A. Council 1915-16. llUliIili'I' GOOD, M. A ...... . . l'nivcrsily "As mild a uianncrcil mall As 1-vcr sc-ultlcil a ship, or rut a throat." l'rm-sinh-nl 'l'c-aclu-rs' Club: llmmr Count-il 191.11 Phi Sigma wilh llISlllll'll0ll. XII Ilia- girls :lt the "C00l1": " "l'is this WZIIY, iluuvlii-rknmv 151.111 l"ul'll1'm11 lieu i it I p 1 XVII . . . . . "I l'lSL' with thu lark 171 1.l1L: lit-tl X Blum- Club. .N AIl'I'Hl'Il ClIANlJI,lili HAHCIS, IS. S .... LIIIIVLTSIIA' "I It-t thc wurlml Wagga-, and takc mint- I-asc." Phi-Sigma: Ill-batt-r Against A. X M. Collt-gc 111143: Critim- nl Phi Sigma. I t 1 .l. llAliI.l'.X IIAHIIIS, li. S.: M. IJ ...... Swan Lalit- I ' In 1' "I ani as subcl' ag a jlulgc. 1 inanl Medal l.l1L, Varsity Football 1.111-IL-13-14-15-1 Captain l"uutb'ill 1'l13' Y M I' X t'nunm-il 11,111-111'Il0llllll'lllllk'l'-ll1- W x .v,...4...4 -1 ,1 4 Allilctim' B!l1Il'lIfl1'CUllIl't-ll 11114-151 liuarilu1'Cuntl'ol Cort llall linarmlinq Club 1!l1.m-lla. 4 I MISS ANNIE I"I'I.'I'0N Hl'MIi, IS. A .... L'nivt-rsity "I.nyaI-hcartecl, strung nt' ininal, A liner girl nowlicix- yuu'll find." i Y. W. C. A.g Taylor Medal in I-Inglish b, 19143 Bluus 1131431 i Secretary ancl 'l'i't-asurcr St-nicn' Class 19113: Crt-I-lc Club 1914-15-16: Mississippian Stall' 1914-15. l 1 I 1 I Miss Hertl'iulQ Lassiter: "OIL 1IU9Sll'1 she ltmk myf v-v - --- 1 .l.IAM CHAN HAIIISIUN, ll. 5. . . . Culunibns l'rt-sitlt-nt Ifrt-slnnan Class 11112: Pvt- Wu- lftmtball 'l'v'nn I 1 Sigma Alpha Iipsilong HL-rinacan l.itt-rarx' Sucictv: Ifrcsli I l 1 I I . Chit-l' Military Club 11115: Suc'rctai'y St-nim' Class 1914-153 I'l'0si1lent Iictl X llluc Club 11114-15: NIZIIIQIQCI' Iizlscball 111113 I . 151111 I'llll'f.lI'Ill'Il DANIEL HL'PER'l' JOHNSON, B. S., LL. B. . l'niversity "He draweth out the thread ot' his verbosity liner than the staple ot' his argument." President Pzinola County Club 1911-123 Secretary and Treasurer Chemistry Club 1913-143 Yiee-President Masonic Clubg 'Freasurer Herniaean Literary Soeietyg President Chemistry Clubg Assistant in Chemistry 1914-15g Postnizister l'niversityg Y. M. C. A. Couneil 1915-163 University De- bating Council 1915-163 Viee-President Musonie Club 1915- 16: Presiilent Herlnaezin Literary Soeiety 1915-163 President Senior Law Class 1915-16. .XLl3El't'I' SIIJNEY KYLE, JR., B. A ..... Batesville "I never knew so young ri body with so old it head." Ileltzi lizippzi Epsilon: Seribblers Club: Red X Blue Club. Itlla I.AlIlIzIlIJAI.lz, IS. S ......... IIl'l'lI2lIltItl Q "'I'ake-it-easy and live-long :ire brothers." Iuylor Medal in Ilistoryg .Iunior I,l'0I11. Committee 1915- 163 Blziekstone Clubg Monte Carlo Club. MISS MARY ISIISIS LUNG, B. A ........ Tupelo "She is pretty to walk with, :ind witty to talk with, and pleaszint loo to think on." Q' , 1 .I v v 1 1 - - f '-1" . .. . ......:1n-3 NYorkers' Couneil, 19163 "Ole Miss-es" 1916. President Student Government 19163 Exeeutive Connnit- tu tluk Illlll 1916 1 NN I X I I ml I,llSltltllI ol Walter Ilollzulziyz "Kid, she loves im Pflfll' l"0l'fy-fllr'f'f" l 1 1 1 l if FRED STEWART MCCORKLE, B. A. 1 As natural as pigs squeak: 1 . . Oxford . . "Beside, 'tis known he eould speak Creek 1 That Latin was no more diffieile Phi Sigma 1911-12' Creek Club 1914 ti Than to a blaekbird 'tis to whistle." v w . Y . , . 1.1 111. X. M. C. A. 1 1 Cabinet 1915-Ili: Phi Sigma Freshman Medal 1912: Sopho- A more Medal 1913. l i l OLIVER COUNCIL MCCUY, B. S ...... l'arehman "The mildest manners and the gentlest heart." rd? J' ll ll . . . . . . Parelnnan i "The glass ol' fashion and the mold ol' l'ol'm." 3 W. L. Mc'Cl'Ll.Ol'CH, B S ........ Columbus "The beauty of my form is my Constant joy." ,gr Q 1 5' Karnea Clubg Red X Blue Clubg Golf Club: Treasurer p x ' 11 Freshman Class 1912-133 Freshman Football and Baseball ' 1 ll 1912-13g Handsomest Man 1913-143 Society Editor Mississip- , A plan 1914-153 Chairman .lunior Prom 1914-151 "Outlaws" 1 1915-163 Golf Record 1915-163 Business Manager Mississip- 1 plan 1915-1133 Assistant Cheer Leader 1914-15-163 Assistant 1 li Business Manager "Ole Miss" 1915-163 Blackstone Club. i l ll 1 I L U Xliss Robbie Young: HI canlt accommodate :mv more." 'H' 111 1 !fll'fHlll' If . IIl'ClI CAIIIIOLI. M1-I.Ii0IJ, Il. S ..... llullicsburg S0i'l'l'IllI'j' lim-ml X Blue Club: Ilwiiiziczili I.il4-rui'y Sucicty: 'rcsillcul .luuior Mullin-ul Class: Chciuistry Club: Medic-ul Club: Sc-rub Fcmlbull 15113-14-15: Mc-Ilif-ul Class liuskct-bull: Y XII X Iuuucil I I X X Ilub fl s CIIAIILIQS IIAHIJIN NIl'IiI'III-IY, IS. S. . . . Mucmi lim Iuylur Mm-mlzil in Mzilliciuzilics llllblg Prcsimlviil 'Il-nuis Club WI! lm I'imsuI1uI lui 1 . . lim lSllItl ol SIIIIIIJIKIS Club I.Il.x lb. .Xllllll.lI Slull l.ll.m Ili' Y. NI. C. A. Council 1915-Ili: Sluclcul .Xssislnuil in Physics I'Il 1 Ili 5 Main' s'-': fx You kumx' ull other things give 1 xlcul Class lfllli. "Mum-h slualy is za wczirim-ss ol' thc Hush." I. . . I ' 1 . '. . . I 1 Iris: Bzisvbull 1913. "I.iulu-ml swcclm-ss long mlruwn - 11- ff - ,- ., . . ,. . .,.. .,. ,f . , . . , . , , Miss" Stull' llllli. "I wcpl wliuu I wus burn, .Xml cvcry fluy shows why." l X liluv Club: Sc-riblilcrs' Club:'l'1-uuis Club 1912-1433 Y: - . iiul' Class lfllll-151 St'K'I'l'I2lI'y :uul ' ' .-' . --' ' I ', '- - ' - ' I '- - v .- vu lil-u Nlurtiuz "'I'li:i! s tho psyvlmlug-v nl it. "Anal whcu ll lauly's in the cuss, Jluvo. 1.hzui'iuuu Mciuln-rslup IAIIIIIIIIIICK' X. M. I.. A. I . .. B '. NIS IS. 5 ......... I,cukL-svlllc -Q Iiusvbull 1912-I3 uucl 1915: Cupluin Iluscbzill lllllig Presi- TIIUBIAS IIIQIIIIUX MI'I'CIIliI.I., IS. A ..... I'u11toIoc mul." llunm' Cuuuvil 1912-13: Sl'C'I'L'I2ll'y I'ICl'IIl2lC2lIl I,IIL'l'2ll'y SQ- cuty, Ihucl Iuiu, lEll.m. IIKIINIIIII IItlIlldl'llll Society 19141- Ilig Bluckslmic Club: First Orulm' llcriuzwuu .Xniuvcrsuryz Izibiucll "Ulm- l I ll nfl Page Forty-fire it I hall 1915. RICHARD HENRY NASON, B, S .... . . . Iiubard "Six hours in sleep, in Iaw's grave study six. 7 Four spend in prayer t'?I, the rest on Nature lixf' Vice-President Phi Sigma Literary Society 1914: Secre- tary and Treasurer Students' Co-Operative Boarding Club 1914-153 Vice-President .lunior Law Class 1915-1133 Y. M. C. A. Council 19163 Inter-Society Ilebatcr 19113: President Phi Slfllll Inst term 19163 Inter-Society Iiebater Iirst term . 5 z as 1915, Phi Sigma. ELLIS WILLIAM PATRICK, B. S ...... Puckett "If hot air were music I would bc a whole brass band." Secretary Phi Sigma Literary Society 1913-143 Fellow Economics and Political Science 1915-16g Judge "l'niversity Law Club" first term 1915-163 Anniversarian of Phi Sigma Literary Society 1915-16. I WILLIAM E. MURPHY, B. S.: M. ll ...... Gulfport "Life is as tedious as a twice-told tale." Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Baseball 1913-14-153 Captain Base- I RORIiR'I' I.IiXVIiI,LYN tlI.IYliR, R. S ..... McLeod "I will a round, unvarnishcd tale deliver ol' my whole course ol love." il I I 1 L 'I I as 43 II I I I Miss Linda Brown: "We are more than friends." I If l'orf11-.w,r . 'fl XXll.l.l.XM Mc-Nlzll, Illnlzll, B. S ....... Huulku 'Tn t'l'ONVIl.u-fill' gots out an Annual. Scribblcrs' Club: Y. M. C. A. Cubinct, 1915-113: Mississip- n in Slull' 1915-163 Mississippi Hvighls Club: Irish Club: ortcr Mc-n's Club: Class Balscballl 1913-14-15-113: "Oli- ss" Stull' 1914-151 Emlitm'-in-Cliicl' "Ole Miss" 1915-16. XX.XI.'I'l'Ill W. ROBINSON, M. A.: M. ll. . . W1-sl Point "Oh, bliss is mine, for into my joyll-ss r - A JOHN MHININ RAUCH, B. S ........ Iiclwanl "Tile lovc lu- bore to ll-awning was all fault." Phi Dcltal Theta. easy lics the hczul that wears an MISS LILLIAN S'l'OliliS RHODES, B. S .... Oxfmwl l "Sho lluih :ul :u'tist's skill, zz stucIvnl's Q lmowlvmlgv, :incl an soul's glad lifcf' Cntilliou Club 1916: The Blucs 1916. lilo an woman has umm-." laiylur Nll'll2ll in liiulogbi Sciibblcrs' Club: li. S. llcgrcc 1015. Dr. Bell: "All right." Page I"or1-u-.ww as Alpha Tau Omega Fraternity: Student Vanderbilt lfni- versity Assoeiate Editor Annualg President llermaean Literary So- eletv' Annlversarv Orator 1916' Inter-eolleeiate Oebater: Senifir Class Historian. I Q 5 Alt'I'IIL'H STOVALI., B. A .......... Sardis "In tl Arthur! a young man's faney lightly turns to President .Iunior Class: Y. M. C. A. Council: Clee Club 1913-14. .IL'I,IAN SHEHHOID, B. S ......... Columbus A tl HOI5I'IIt'l' HOFFMAN SHACIiI.IiFOl'tIJ, B. S. "The time I've lost in wooing, In watching and pursuing Has been my heart's undoing." Chiet' Mississippian 1914-15: Annual Sta ' Mississippian Statt' 1912-13-14: Y. M. C. A. Co Team, Captain, 1915-16. y sat upon the axle ot' a chariot and exclaimed. 'What a dust I do ra1se."' 1913-143 "Ole Miss" 1914-15-163 Y. M. C. A. Cabinet: "Now, in the name ot' all the gods at I That he is grown so great?" u . le spring tsummer, autumn, and winter too, for thoughts ot' love." The light that lies in woman's eyes. . . Canton President Seribblers' Club: Red X Blue Clubg Iiditor-in- tt 191314 13113- uneil: Traek OTIIIQH FOHHISST SMITH, Ii. A ...... Poplarville mee. I Upon what meat doth this our Caesar feed Manager- Students' Co-Operative Boarding Club 191.1-lb: l'hi Sigma Reporter to Mississippian 1914-153 Secretary I'hi Sigma 1913-143 Y. M. C. A. Couneil 1915-1133 Meznber Stu- ilenls' Co-Operative Boarding Club Board of Control 1914- 1 Voaeb Robbins: "Spit on your hands, men." Iforfy-1 ight NOAH SPFIRGIQUN SWEAT, B. S ....... Corinth "l lzly me down to sleep with little cure, XVllClllL'l' my waking finds me here or there." Annual Stull: l-'reslimun Baseball lllzxptuilil l!l13g Y. M. ll. A. Cnuneil. Q . 'V ilk 3 P! I .L 'l'lllllil.lilil.lJ, B. A .......... Sultilln " in ,U 'A s "An ilQl'll'l.llllll'2ll life is une eminently euleuluteml Q 4-15, lm' humzm ll1IllIJllll'SS2llllllllllllilll virtue." se? . l..XIleg1'o Slalll Mississippi College: Mississippi College ' , ,. . , . ,fax . K, I lull: I'lu Signin l,lle1'zu'y Sm-iety. . ' ' ' fi A ff f P Qs , 'az 'liz 'VXI XIXGI' Blilfl' 'l'l'l3B B S .Xinury "4 . "Ile laughed :mil laughed, as though it were fun lu lilllgllf nfl llmim in nn I.iler1u'y Sueieiyg Y. M. C. A. Council: Blznek- slnne Club. I .l. X'.Xl.l'lN'I'lNl'I, li. S ..... . XVesl Point "liver lill now, When men were fnml, l smil'cl :mil wnn1ler'ml how." lireslumm :mil SOI , . - ,- 4 .- .V Jlimnure Mecluls in ill'Zll0l'y1 Sigma: i - z gy 1914-15: Sec-rel:u'x' lid.: lx.npp.1, lflylfll Mulll Ill lgllllfl A llnurfl ul' Cmilrul 1915-163 Sec-retau'y llerumezm I.ileran'y men, " '- - .. v w w - i - -I -I' , .A. 4.1. in -1' , Su t lhuil Ium, llllilh X M 1 X K :hunt lfllmlb Slumlent l.ulmr Bureau: Musonie Cluhg Business Mauiuger Ole Miss" 1915-Ili: Fellow in Biology. Veplms Auilersonz "1 want to step in his fave. ' l Page Forty-nine 5 tl WALTER HARDIN WOOTEN, B. S ....... Como HI never dare to be as funny as I am." Red X Blue Club 1915-169 Outlaw Committee 1915-165 Cheer Leader 1915-163 Yellow Dog Club 1914-15g Member Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity. l LEONARD O. LEAVELL, B. S., M. A. . . Oxford Sigma Chi Fraternity. 1 l l l From out the haven, the sparkling moonlit hay, ll'l1iel1 in youth they have learned to love, Past the familiar buoys which mark the channel On, on, over and across the bar Into the tempting, shiznmering efrpanse of destiny They go! -H. M. B. Prof. Schutz: "I am going to get this class a novel in a. few days." Page Fifty 4 7..- ff 3 If LF Z' kj, QF 4 Q2 Q' Z' un 10 .x A""u:n ,- -. W cf -1 .IE 043 W ? 3 a H- Z 143. S ' ggfngrxl :w63kA1 . "4vL:-:sud . -1 LET? gy-'Cl-at JPG ai' 1 on-r LQ ww? - is-51,51-X x lilo' U 555 X 4-S' U vafltfgx fu Ln , .X 9 sl alt "ha ,, x 'Am ,531 UN T 3 ANWT . :Zi I w ' 0 n EN Lf 1 Ee 1- WL 1 EEJ 149 .X LVN-I4 cm ,. 515 Yfvll i V-1 P drag- , We 'li Auf-.L""fu. 0 .wh 5 9 Us-:UI 1.1.3 ahslrf' 5? 1. 14 dtivsq: ,- if 'E 2+ I., ES 5. yT2,,H W od 6' - E: liz 5' - X" GN .isf-..,- L RGQIUYNIW 'I 'Q-1 Y Y M 1 4 ,FT -J-'A ' I z.x Wu- I .gg A . 2 Z-, Hsu. LLJ . 1 I-. lx?-' :z ,Eff , 5,4 -,"u:f fl .., c?' , r..v N t,'3i . yah, vu-AJ 1 - --,.v mf-Qu JxuH 1' Sngil 'Y -a u V1- sf v A Y, L M i --, ,- ,frfrgzj-L F415-4 Al I-412 . ,B 5 -- I5 -ZFQ, ilu . -Nag- KL .I 1 ang-3 ",J 'ifwg fi ,-gqj?.,, . .,. 1',,f,.a5x. i, f. .,. w x 4 I -- Q 1 wi' 1 '?.T"f'N ,,.--E1 l'7 3 sz v 1, W N 1 .V 1' A , - 9 Henry Yawn: "That's the God 's fact." T 'ff Y Yi' 'l .NX X X, fiwzfw . ,I K9 , Q X4 ,-X r'x ff H7 X Miss Katrina Carter: " Ilellu, mu 'nu ig 'fii f' N v 73' fxs WJ ii , Qmiirrrz nf .Uuninr Ara1I1r111ir GIEIEE HWNNHHHNNHIUWNNIIIWNNHIIIHNWlllllNWIIHWWIHN -XP-'l'Ill'li S'l'm'.xl.l, . . . I'1'z's1'rI1'11f D. A. Mf:Cxl.l. . . .... XvI'l'l'-Pl'l'Sl'l1l'lIf ss El'Nll1li NUISLIN . . Sl'l'l'l'flll'!1 and T1'1'us111'1'1' "Huw-k " l,v:1v0ll QAS train whistlesjz " Flag 'Q-1' 1l'nwn,.luo." Pug, l"ij'l11All11'u 'I L. E. Mabus: "Dad gum! as W , W , I N W i .- 44 3 Y W if 11 P11 F 1 L 'S L Y . ...- EJ P C.. -x 05 jf Y. -1 4' . 1-vs H.. 9 Q P-4 , Z I "2 ,fi l .Q I ,X 'ffl' 1"if'ly-foul' Zluuinr Arahvmir 0112155 linll liclwaul Lafayrltc Atkinson. Jr. NValtcr Clyde Baker Hcrnian Ja-ssc Bankston, Jr. Miss XVildic Bene Irwin Cathord Blackstone Howard Eugem- Bradley liugcnc Payne Brown .lanics Hamilton Calclwcll, Jr. Iiflwin Ilannnond Carncs Lbllllllil' R. Clcycland .lnsa-ph Augustus Crislcr, Jr. Pm-rry E. Duncan .loc Patton Evans Miss Christinr Farley NVilliain Luthvr Fingc-r Miss Iiusa Frivchnan Fulton Allison Farr Brooks David Good Huy Gilmrr Grant linlivrl Lowry fil'ii.iiIl XVilliani Gray Ilairslun .lm-H'vi'su1i Iingi-r llannn liicharil Slrolhm-r Harris Miss Iiniily lilmlrllvsluli Jann-s B. Ili-mlm-rson Miss Mabcl Clare Hilcr Gi-cn'gc Pcarcc Hopkins Miss Octavia Elizahcth Kcndcl La-roy Taylor Kincannon Miss Minnic Estcllc Knight liagnulcl Bm-nj. Laliuc Jann-s Burt Lauclcrdale Ga-urge Malcolm Lawrence' Miss Esthcr Lindrr Miss Mary Bihh Long Jas. Ushnrnc Lowc Miss Margarct Moss Drniv Ansh-in McCall Miss Ennicc Nohlin Floyd Olyn Parks .Xlhcrl xviiiiillll Pigolt Miss Stuart Sandcrsmi Jackson liigcrs Sil2lI'll1Zlll. Jr. Miss Myrtle' Smith lioln-l't NV. Smith Miss Nina S0lllOl'Yiiil' Marion Lallinivr Slrrct .Xrcliiv Taylor Cralv Li-niaslcr NVilsun XVilIii- lfaynr XVilson , . . l'ruI. lil'iiAiitil2 "'l'h'li, s nut ihv :flu-a. JfHJE?ii 4 ' gy' S HW 9 Q gi L W zfiww ,-L+' f ik -,N -, , . M., Pfqx- X ' wry , -b':?fT71'g 4 vii' 'lwf ,i 1' Y lvef w Wlf' m2 ,,,, . I W W Xl'w f':11f.v Jmmw: "Yum sm-M Hui: Page Fifty-sew 71 Qbftirvrz nf Svnphnmnrr Arahrmir 0112155 j GREEN F. SEALS . . . PI'PSI'dPllf JACK ScAHlsoRm'uH . . . . Vic-e-P1'es1'cle1zl Miss EVA BRYAN . . . Sef'refary and TI'PllSllI'PI' E. H. B1.AcKsToNE . . Hl.Sf0I'l.flll Willie Black: "Who's got the chewing gum?" ji px P A A w NN V .N yn W v W W M M W. Ilrllrfr f"ff'f.lffa flflflf rf x X ww!-5 V. 16 ,. .. , af, Q ',.ff,., 4, 5, .ford lIl'Ill'-X' Yann x1illt'u'4'l1wIi2lT night 1: "XX':nIw up, m-v'l.xlw1l1x'." LASS 1 J E ACA I DE M IC L H U OPHOM S P41111 PL tu 1 Svnplpnmnrv Arahrmir Ullman ilinll Paul Francis Allen Joc Flint Armstrong Edward Bcnnctt Bcanland VVilliam Dale Bcll. Jr. Edward Hartwcll Blackstone Miss Dora Mac Blanks Hoy Nisbit Boggan VV. A. Bourncy Miss Eva Bryan Miss XVildcr Dale Brummctt Raymond Gattis Butlcr Jamcs VVilson Carnathan Jamcs 'l'anncr Crawlcy, Jr. Jamcs VVallacc Crcnshaw ltohcrt Blythc Cunningham liichard Scott Dardcn Lcmucl Clarcncc Davis David Franklin Dixon, J1'. llharlic Lcland Downcr John Bamscy DuBcrry .Iulian S. Duncan Flctchcr J. East Miss Katic Bcllc East Thco Bulklcy Ford. Jr. Miss Florric Fricdman Miss L. Castclla Gould Fostcr H. Griffin Alhcrt Julius Guyton Clydc Lanicr Hcstcr Isaac C. Huggins llollis Lamar lmcs llohcrt Curry Jacob Miss Ellic Jctcr Thomas XValkcr Joncs Edward E. Klingman. Jr. Gcorgc Bcn Lampton Lioncl Elmo Lcstcr Fclix Elijah Lindcr Harry Mctcalfc Long Prof. Schntz: "Mark Byron Loving Miss Margucritc Emily Lowe Sam Ross Lusthcrg Lcslic Emmct Mabus Josic Lalaycttc Maj urc Miss Hclcn Mclton Luther Gray Mcrrill Jost-ph Plcasant McCain liohcrt XVallacc McDonald Taylor Holcomb McElroy Scott M. McKay Nilcs Mosclcy Frcd Fostcr Nahcrs Miss Estcllc Oldham Miss Mary Louisc Pcgucs XVill Lcwis Pigtord J J. Joncs Polk .Iolm Louis Pondcr. Jr. Hugh Swinton Potts Pcrcy Lcc ltaiuwatcr Miss Marvcl Bamcy Lcighton XVL-hh Bay Miss Pattic Ruth Sandcrs Charlcs Mauricc Scalcs. Jr. Phillip C. Schrcicr Lamar Scharhorough tlrccn F. Scals Miss Annic Frost Sidcs Thomas Haddcn Swan .Xllic Griffin Thomas Miss Virginia Townscnd Miss Katic Mac XXYllS0Il Miss Anna Augusta XVright Donald Sta-vcnson XVright H. C. Yawn Edward Ycrgcr. Jr. Frcd VVilson Young Miss llohliic Young Twain sax si 13111: Siffjf M V E l,,1. A 5' . ' "' , .g 5-1., Mgr? -1 f ? " 15.59 A , - 1 R fp.. 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X'1'f'ff-I'1'ffs1'rl1'11I Miss MAMIE MORGAN . . Sl'l'l'f'fflI'y and T1'f'u.sl11'1'1' Dr. Hell: "The only objection I have to tainted mon -'v-taint mine llxili .'4141'l-lpfmff' V 'f i' 1 I , '73 if if SS , ,.-,.. X 2-X FLA FIM IC W I F f"" p ,, M w C A D A BI A N ll ES vp ' . I P' YN ' W , w 13 1 M H JW ,Mlm NIwN1-illyz " I 'nl never going to gn-t m:n'ri4-fl." I IU: N :ly ll i li Amhvmir ilirvahman Ultima Qnll L. Andcrson Junius Harold Arnold liichard Olncy Arrington licginald Mcycr Bacot Bryan Bakcr XVylic Colt-man Banks. Jr. Harry Hill Barrcl Harry Lomax Baylcss .lohn Milton Bcall Frcdcrick Mcliinncy Bclk Harry Homcr Bcll Alcx. lic-csc Bogard. Jr. VV. Tildon Boland Raymond licnjamin Bolton B4-rtram Eglcston Bookout Ehcnczcr Carroll Bourland Gcrard Hamilton Brandon Frcd Fcihish Brcnncr Hubbard Hardawav Brinklcv .lt-ssc Bryan Brown V Miss llchccca Lanicr Browne Miss Gladys Bryan Harry Burnt-tt Miss Mahcl Bush Miss Vcrda Bush Miss Amma Cain liobcrt Allan Caldwcll NVilliam Bryan Calhoun Miss Lucillc Camphcll Jolm Huntcr Carr Luthcr Lcc Chapman Miss Martha Louisc Chapmz Sam Brcland Churchwcll Sam Fant Cockrcll lioy P. Collins .lcssc Luroy Coltharp .lolm Knox Coultcr Charlcs Lynwood Cox Braxton Lindsay Curric NVilliam Eglcston Dailcy Miss Jcanncttc Hclcnc Dclpcch Lcland Samucl Dcnnis Thco Hamilton Dinkins .Iolm Ilodncy Donaldson Hoy Donaldson Miss Annic Lcc Duncan .Xllan Pcrcy Durfcy. Jr. Miss Nora Lcc East Lawrcncc Mimms Eldcr Hamson Evans Charlcs Edward Fant llohcrt Joscph Farlcy Harry H1-cd Farmcr Miss Lconora Fass Richard .lcnnings Ficld Samucl Eugcnc Ficld ticorgc Malonc Forrcstcr Miss Ethcl Fostcr Miss Bcssic Furr XVootcn Gaddis Palmcr Gardncr llohcrt Edward tit-iscnhcrgci Samucl XVord tliddcn. Jr. .Iolm Camphcll Gilliland Miss Lauric Godhold Thomas Horton tiragnon lsaac Madison tiraylcc Marvcl Halc Miss Sallyc Bcllc Hamilton Miss Clarissa Maric Hamlin Sidncy Jamcs Harpcr, .lr. Harycy Harris 'l'hcodorc .Xlfrcd Hclgason .Xndrcw Earl Hcnlcy .lamcs lic-ithlcy Herring XVilliam XVynnc Hicks llcnry Bcnjamin Hilcr lsaac Huntcr Hollingsworth Miss Emily Vallic Holmcs liivcrs Braham Houston Hcctor Smythc Howard llalph Crawford Howard liusscll liuhlc Hughcs llcnry Curtis Ivy .Iolm Rushing Jackson Euclid Hay Johc .lamcs Junius Johnson .lamcs Harding .loncs Miss Pattic Brooks Joncs Franklin Mclicnzic liylc ldlliot Flowers: "I'll swear to it." - flNll Arahrntir 3llI'P5l1llIZIlI 0112155 Bull---Qluutinurh Sim lluflsou Kyle llzuiivl limory Lzisctcr l"l'2lllClS Mziriou Lzlssilvr Miss fil'l'll'lHll' L2ISSllk'l' .Xllrvrl Lzlzo .l. .Xusvluio Lzlzo, Jr. liclwzird Suium-r Lcwis. Jr. Dm-wry lic-ml Limlvr llzuuillou .Xlwrt Long .lllllll lim-ecl Long lixluiuml Lowv .lumlgv Mzxlllu-xy Lylc .lov XVllt'L'll'l' Lylc Miss Dimplv Mzigcc Hoy G. Marlin XYilIizuu Milton Maiuldin XVillizuu lioss May Tlioiuzis liricl lxll'll2ll'll Clyilv Hicks Mimlfllvlon l.lllll'lxlIL'l' C, Mitcllcll Miss Lois Milclrccl Moulcilll Fitz liolin-rl Morgan Miss Mzuuiv Owl-ns Morgan l'lllQl'llk' Morl-:nu Murphvy. JI lC4lwurcl Lilc lVllll'l7lll'l'0 llugli Mosliy lxlL'C2llll Lziwsou Mille-r Mclllclluu Dru Moscs Mcllonzilcl lil-orgv Clyclv Mcliinstry NVilliauu Cillllilllll lVlcLc-ocl Lu- li. McMurpl1y .lolui Sm-yiuour NICNQ-illy .loliu lCwiuX1-ill .Xllwrl lim' N1'lll'l'yill1' Miss lislvllv Olfllizuu f ,fx f 5.- f? ,llll0llIilS .Xllrcml Olipllzult Miss Louisl- Douglass 0lSCll liruxlon Bragg O'Mz1rz1 Kirk L. Urr Dam Oil. .lr. lloyt Pzirluuu .Xmlrvw Mack Parks lh-wry lJlllll'l'SUll Linscy .lm-ssic Paym- XVillizuu llcury Phillips llomcc llvyl-1' Pickcns Maury B. Powcrs lil-orgv .Xuclrcw Pricc XYillizuu David Puryis Miss l"lora-ucv ,Xliuv Huy Iirm-st Prvslon lim-yus liolwrl lioy llryuolfls .lauu llicv Allie-rl llc-wry lliclizirmlsou .Iosvpli liaioul lllL'll2ll'llS0ll Owl-u Compton Rigby .Xquillzi fll'L'1'l' liivvrs Miss Vvlum liolmiusou .lzuuvs Ma-lyin llowscy lluln-rt Lowry llusli .Iohu H. Sailmou l:l'2lllli llily SCllllll Manx .Xriusiroug Scolmy flll2ll'll'S NV. Scoll llollvrl XXy2ll0l'SUll Scoll Mutlizui Y. Sm-ssc-I. Jr. NVzillvr Lziwsou Sli:lcklvI'ord llzuiicl Curran Slim-paul 'lllllll'SlUll llzullcy Slim-rmzin .lzum-s llorucc Slion-uizikvr LAN O XX f-.-7 f ffm!! 139 'f7l-Rflx if Q, K 4 -,,.l.l f EH Miss li:llll'iG limllmolml: "ll:iyv 1 I l'4l1l1 S ff l Arahrnur iF1'r5li111z111 Qllzum Qtnll---Qluutmurh .Xhv Simon Clay li. 'llllL'liL'l' .lamvs Simrall. .lr. Samnvl Spurgt-on 'l'nrnvr Frvcl Smith .lolm NVangh lll1gt'1' Miss Lallah Smith Yrrilo Toy XVt'lJlJ .Xtlam 'l'onqnin Stovall. .lr. linrrvll Baylor VVilks. Jr. liohort Clark Stovall Charlt-s Lvymoir NYillcinson .lolm XVilliam Sutton XYaltt-r Moist- XVilkinson XVilliam Orr Swann I,al'ayt-llc NYillis tiooallot- 'l'ankr1'sly Malcolm liarl XVilson Miss Maggiv Lu- Taylor tivorgt- liracllorcl XYooclwaril Burt-li Thompson lioscov Augustus Young Marshall 'l'ownst-nfl Svprrml Svtlthrntu litlwarcl Lingo .Xtlcin Mrs. .l. C. .lohnsou liohvrl C. liacot XVilliam .lahns Lampton Lvx Brains Miss Pt-arl Lcavvll Miss .Xnniv Lou liarlwr Mrs. lh-lla llopt- Lt-ssvr Shul ll. Calll-y Miss Mary lic-lsy Malthy Mrs. L. S. Dt-avonrs Miss llc-nniv May Mason Miss Puarl lliamoncl livyva Mitts lioht-rt 'l'hn-ron lillzvy liininrtt McClt'llan Frank llolmc-s Fant llrrman Davis Mcllonalml .lamt-s Clinton tiathings .lolm .Xlhvrl Pcvlcr .lolm llvnry Gay Ira Columhus Rushing lla liarl tlntlirir Miss livclyn Shipp Miss Pvarl Cnyton Miss lrvm- Shipp Mrs. M. li. Haglvr Marry Smith liarl llatlrll' llarpcr .Xlclinv Stcplicns 'llllClit'l' llavicl VVarrt'n Holmt-s tu-orgv Y. XVhilv Miss lvlilllllt' livmlt-I' llooks Donalcl Vvstal XVithc-rington Miss Bt-rilicv Cavt- .lohnson ff-is V X"2'5 . -xgssw nazi? GDMMACHUJW . .,-. Y, llr. Strong: "I would Suggest that you look that n F -1-V-" lhrlffr Si.t'ty-eight e A ilirvatiinmlt Balt!! Flrrmhlvtlt Heed Thou This Message From the Lofty Sophs. I l I WHIiliI2AS:- I 'l'hou, Freshman, art the lowest of God's ereatul'es, not barring even the Boll-XVeevilg Since thou art sent here to have thy appalling greenness rubbed oil' and to grow up a pride to the family: Since in thy scant knowledge thou kennest nothing of the sacred rites, the holy customs, the awful vengeance for their violations which here prevails-since thou art a I I"IiIiSIIM.-XX in all that the Ole Miss. arts pertains: THERIiI"0IiIi 'l'AIiIi Illilill to these Ten Commandments lest thine years may have no chance to number three-score and ten. I. And then would there be weeping and wailing and gnashing of teeth-and thine would,be the weeps, thine the XVZIIIS, and thine the gnashlng teeth. Fear thou and honor the lofty members of the glorious class of 1918-second only to the lords of the faculty who sit in Olympian state upon the sacred Chapel , ltostrum-do reverence unto them: when XH- lf, in their wisdom, thy lords have seen their paths cross thine humbly step aside and doll' thine hat-yet dare not to raise ht to let thee to watch the Xarsity at , practice, take thou much care that thou presumptuous eyes. . ' be neither seen nor heard. Ifor though a cat may look at a king I thou art no cat. But if the team of an Iinenly shall be II. present, root thou and make noise, yea, . 'mlw ll1f,lll1lllIlilit5' fm- thy lllfjttfjg km-I, much noise, lest thou be made to make I lhml an humbh. and 3 cont,-m. 1103,-in more noise when the shades of even have I For a peaceful tongue keepeth a peace- lllllllll- ,R ful body. VIII. I HI: lixalt not thyself to the skies. I If one ot thy superiors should delgn to Nay, not even lf thou were some pota- notice thee. swell not thyself up with pre- sumptuous pride so that thine brain for- getteth the hmnble "Sir.', For "Though the mills of the Sophs grind slowly They grind exceeding fine," .Xnd thou mightest lose interest in chairs. IV. When thou hearest the strident clangor of the Hash Hammer twhich, translated into simple language for thy simple under- standing, is the Dinner Belll take thou thy stand to the rear. llare not to enter while yet an t'pper tllassman hath not preceded thee, even V. When the dinner hour approacheth re- strain thine huuger lest thine mouth water. I-'or such is displeasing in the sight of thy superiors. VI. When in the postoftice thou receivest a letter neither blush thou openly nor re- ioice in public with sounding brass and tinkling cymbals. l-'or one of thy betters, having received none, may become wroth and smite thee, 'oes and seemed good in the eyes of the maidens ot thine native village. For here thou art but a lowly Fresh- man. IX. 'l'hou shalt wear socks. X. liven if in thy blindness and superstition thou believest thine self a gay Lothario and a breaker of hearts, beware, beware, BIEWARIE, 0 thou miserable one, lest thou circumambulatest the co-eds. For greatest of all-greater even than wearing thy pants tfor no lfreshman weareth trousersi rolled too high in this "peccatum peeeatorumf' For this sin a terrible vengeance is ours, saith the Sophs. '!'hy very life is forfeit: thine native vil- lage shall be razed and its site ploughed with salt. Yea. and thou shalt repent: in sack- cloth and ashes shalt thou repent: and re- vile thyself: and curse the day on which thou wasl born. l Q O O l O D l 1 'l'herefore-watch thou thy feet that they walk a chalk llne. yea, smite thee hip and thigh. Y ! I '?'?'? 1 ?'? I ! l Clllililt III"-IT VVILI. LAST l3t"l' NINIC Nl0N'l'lslSl ' -IJ. lt. S., '15, Q ,g ,s nn W I Ilarold Wright: "I have no way of telliugp' A,', X Xxx Xx Q 0 ' ' w 'g 4 X x ikiw lxj, -- A - x X if-S f , X955 , 7. ' r X 4 i lirw X I l -9 , Q' au f 6 NNN S R 4 'lf X V g ,, g fmt, Qy?f3fK5'f1 l W '-' Ad :Q Q if X ' X -1 "le" v E X! M if ' -4 -' '. Y:?Q ' 1 I: i1 Yin Li,..- 1 Y YYY?-H.SKA4lLrf:7b,Vi gQ HL. - .W +hx? x "jj- Prnf. M0Le0d: "NOW, up at 4,'l,ll'Il9ll .'v P41 YS, N1 If ll 4-s IA W BUILDINK IH: lA':ur'lv.x': " lt 'S :xx 'ls-:'l' ' Page Seventy-one an V rf N 3 P Y Q1 ' 1 1 F Qbftirrrn uf Sruinr Blum Qllauf-5 V - D. Ii. Juuxsux . . l,l'!'SI'll6'Il1 NV. C. D1-Lua . . . . . Y'ir'rf-l'l'f's1'cI1'11I P,Xl'l. Bownmi . . SI'I'I'I'flll'!j and Tl'l'llSlll'l'I' H. M. Bmixx . ....... Hislorirul N W I I' s ,Y 1 Len Martin: "I los' my Sa'day E'ning Pf-sf." ljllffl gl l'l Ilfjl-fII'U i'- l'f"i 'W if i' 'Tiiljr ' ll 1 I 1 - in i ISIJWAHIJ RUBY ALBIN, JR., LL. B. . . . St. Louis, Mo. , A "C11ll not that 1111111 wretcllcd, who XYl1iliCVCl' V else lu- Sll1llCl'S, has il child to love." Z ji q li. A. Corncll 1912: Sig11111 Phi Sigma. CIiPHL'S A. ANDERSON, LL. B ..... Hzltticsbilrg "l 11111 1'1-solved to grow f11t 111111 look young until forty." l"ootb11ll 1913-143 Co11cl101l R051-rvcs 1915: H1151-b11ll 12114- 1131 Glu- Club 1913-14g Bo111'1l of Control, Go1'1lo11 Hull, 19113. illflfbliiili BEAN, LL. IS .......... SL-1'111o11s 111111 vlusscs 801110 day 1l1'iCl'.u Okolo1111 "Lct's have wiuc, XVUIIIZIII, mirth, 11ml l11ugl1l1-1' Q ' jg . 1io1' lJ1'0ll1 1913-141 V101--l'1'esi1lc11t l'lI'CSl1lIl2ll1 Class: B. A, Degree. 1915: Bluckstoii Clvrk Moot Court 1915-16. . l'Al'l. ll. l5UWlJlili, LI.. li ..... l,lllllllJCl'VlllL', Ark. nxvllill ll lim- 1111111 l111il1 thy tailor 111111l1- ilu-1-Y" S1-1'1'1'l111'y S1-nior Lam' Class: l3l2lK'liSl0l1i' Club. 'N11ts" R11-V: " l 'Ve got to 11'o1'k11 IDl'UlhlOllI 111 gfllllllll' sT11ti1's.' c Club: Prim' Nl'l'l'Il,llf',lll I1 ll . ' Y llliL'BliN W. BOYIJSTON, LL. B ...... Pluttsburg 2 "Another good fariucr spoiled." f 4 I Phi Sigma: I.iterzu'y Society: Blackstonu Club: Tvnnis ' -. ' --s 7 Club. " ' ' 0 "A 11 I I' W Y lv of'f fifz iflf' ' ff . I MISS LINDA lilVliS ISHUWN, Ll.. I5 ..... Blcridiuu Vit Law Club llI'INllY .lUSIil'll BUYLE, Ll.. IS. . . Buy Sl. Lo '. "Murri:ngt- is zu mlcspi-rzulc thing." 'c-l'rt-sitlcnl Junior Law Class 1914-151 Pot-l St-nior Cla-ss 12115-llig S0t'l'L'l2ll'y' and 'lil'l'2lSlll'L'-l' Blanc-kslf ll.XliliY MIillIillI'l'H BRYAN, l.l.. li .... SL'llCt,'2l, S. C "l"irt- in out-li cyl-, und pupcrs iu can-li hzulnl, Hu rovus, rt-Citi-s, and mzuldcns 'round thc land." Sigma Chi: HQ'l'lllZlL'2lll Litcrznry Sociclyg St-ribblurs' Club lied und Blum- Club: lrish Clubg Old 'l'imcr's Club: Winul-1 ol' Utllllll NIL-uiorial Prize, 19153 Ula- Bliss Quzurlul, l'nivcrsit5 Scxtt-llc: Glu- Club 1flll8-llll-ltl-113 Y. Nl. C. A. Council llllcl'-Socicly llcbulcl' 1015-lllg llllL'l'-l'tlllL'QliIlL' llL'blllCl lllll-153 Prcsidcnt Blackstom- Club, First 'lk-riu, 1915-145 l.ilcrzu'y Editor, "Ole Miss," 1915-llig Follow in llislorl U15-Ili: Historian Scnior Lzlw Cluss. l'llZlllll6l'S Potter: 'tPass the sweet potatoes, plezisex' N 1 l l SAM C. COOK, .llt., Ll.. I5 ........... lackson "l liave immortal longings in me." i li. .L lfratcrnily: Vice-President Sophomore Class, 1912- llilll igl rf llfjfefllill' Governor, 1915: Member First Board ot' Control of Phi Sigma Literary Society. N.XI'Ul,IitJN L. CASSIBHY, LL. B .... . Gulfport "Warp your face it' it be sour, I can spare a smile from mine." Kappa Sigma: Scribblers' Club: "Ole Miss" Stall' 'llig Red and Blue Club: Urator llermaean Literary Society 1914-151 Chairman Board ot' Control Cordon Hall: Blackstone Club: Y. M. C. A. Council 1915-16: Baseball 19115. "Though modest, on his unembarrassed brow Nature has written-Gentleman." Society: Blackstone Club: Y. M. C. A. 13: .lunior Prom 1913-1-I: Itcd and Blue Club 191-I-15. Mississi nianf, and suggested name of the Ja Jer. Member I I g"'g i"'?? if 1 -I 1 1 Ii. BUNYAN CARTER, LL. B ....... A mite County "Not over serious, not too gay, yi But a rare good fellow." 11 Member State Legislature 1911-15: Candidate Lieutenant- il "The 1 l 1 li 1 .IUSIQPH C. COLSON, LL. I3 ....... l'niversity Phi Sigma Literary Society: Ccnsor, Phi Sigma Literary ,loilll l,llIIlil'l' q'l'i-ying to light :I pieee ot' asbestosj: " I uomler why this paper wont burn .lUSlil'H H. IIATIBIINGS, Ll.. B ........ lJ11111lC11 P11110 Nfrr 111.11-fir! 7' K' 'T'-i-1 1 IJ. A. DAWSON, LL. B ......... l'l0lll11lZlXX'3j' "Bc gone, llly cases, I give you to the wind." F1111tbz1ll 1915-16 Ole Missg Football, Baskct-ball. 111111 Bz1s1-ball l'nive1'sity of T1-nn., 1912-13-141 Mz111z1g1-1' Basket- ball, L'11iv1-rsity 111' Tenn., l914g P. E. Fl'EllCI'I'lllyQ'l'llilCli- stunc Club: .Iusti1-1- 111' P01111-, Univ1-rsity County, 1910-16. v 1 . "Ho thinks 11111 ll1llC'llQ such 111c11 z11'c 1lz111g1f1'1111s 111 lllL'll' w1s1l11111." l'l2ISl'lJ2l-ll 811111111 12113. "U, I1-l llfbl w11111z111's w11r1p1111s. XVi'llOl' 1l1'11ps, Slillll 1115' ll12ll1lS cheeks." liznppzn Sigma: II1-1111111-11111 Y. M. C. A.: BI111-l1sl111111 Club: H1-1I Zlllll lgllll' Club: G11ll'Cl11b. "Oh, wise z1111l 1111151 I1-z11'111-1l l2lXVXL'l'.ll Cluhg M:1s11ni1- Clubg Y. M. C. A. XX. I.. IJLAH, LL. B ........... l "l111'1-111-c 1 Sigma Chi: Yi1'1'-l'1'1'si1lu11l S1'11i111' I,11w Class 12113-1,-I. lY2ll'SllY lftltllllllll 12113-15: .Iu11i111' l'1'11111: 'lll'2li'li Vllkillll 1914: l .lliSSIi Al,liXANlDliI-1 Clilllilili, I.l,. B .... B11l1-svillc B. A. 1915: S1-1'1'et:11'y Phi Sigma, 12113-14: Blz11-l1st11111- 1 Nap 1'11ssil11'y f.-Xft91' F1'e1l Nabers' W9Cl1lll1g1JZ " H11 is the most 111:11'1'ie1l Illilll I ever szm 1 If .N1 1'1 11!11's1'.1 IHANCIS IIICIJON I1.XH1'IiR, LL. I3 ..... Scuznlm' 1.111111 C1'1'11z11I:1 111111 Xv1lllf1lJllSll2l C0llll1ll'S, Miss. IIWI X. ll. Millsaps C11ll1-gc: Y. M. C. A. Cuunvilg l,l'L'Sllll'lll ll11'111:11':111 l.il1-1':11'y S11c'iL-ly, 11115-161 A1111ivc1's:u'i:111 1111 1111111111 I.il1-1'z11'y Sfwivly, 11116: E -' - b I1L'l'1 l.z1w l.ib1'111'i:111, 1915-16. .IAMICS IZIJXYARIJ HAMLIN, LI.. B ..... Wcsl Point "llc trumlgccl along, llIlliI10XY1llg what hc sought, .xlltl whlstlccl as he wvnt, tm' want ol' tllfbllglllfl C0111-11 C11-Iicl Baaskcl-ball 1915-1153 -Scrub 1911111111111 191-1' N112l1l101' yo mscbucls whilc ye Illlly, Ulml 'l'1111c IS stlll 21-f1y111g." l1.XNllil. lil'l'Iili'l' JOHNSON, l.l.. I3 .... l'11ivc1'sily "Could wc 1'Ul'lJ02ll' clispulc 111111 p1':11-licc luvo, NVQ- shuulml ugrcv us :Inga-ls do 2llJUVl'.u 161 l'1'csi1l011l l'lL'l'IllilL'il1l l.lll'l'2ll'y Sm-in-ly 12115-llig l'1'0si1l1-111 Scnim' Law Cluss 11115-Ili. S lS.Xlilili'l"l' JONES, Ll.. B. . . . M:11lis1111 "l lllllS1 l1z1vclibc1'ty Willml, :us lznrgc :1 cl1:11'tc1' as thc wiml, 'llll blow 1111 XVll0l1l l lll02lSC.N l'111 S111111-1 " Well I 1lo11't know about thutg I 1':111 sm-11 :1 t'1-w 1111.11-1'ti1111s :1l1'v:11ly." lll'0SlllL'll1 llllllfllll County Club 15111-12: SL'i'l't'12ll'X llllll 'l'l'02lSlll'l'l' 1lll0IlllSll'y Club 1913-1-13 Vim--l'1'1-si1lv11t M:1su11i1' Club: 'l'1'1-z1s111'1-1' l'lL'1'll12lC2lll l.llL'l'2ll'X S111-icty: l'1'csi1lc11l 1 1ll1L'll1lS1l'y Club: .Xssistunt in 1lllL'IIllS1l'j' 1914-13: l'11st111z1st1-1' l'11ivc1'sity: Y. M. C. A. Council 1915-16: l'11ivc1'sity llc- buling 1101111011 12115-Ilig V100-l,l'l'S1IlCll1 M11s1111i1' Club 12115- 1,lltll1' Sr :will-11-.sr I III LEONARD L. MARTIN, LL. B ........ Macon "As jolly, as hamlsome, as solid as any since creation, Altogether a good president ot' the 'Y. M. C. A. Associationf A loyal supporter ot' the 'Sa'tlay Ii'nin' Post: A regular 'Cruso' with his voice-almost." Q President, Y. M. C. A. 1915-Iti: President, Hermaean Liter- ary Society 19153 Critic, Hermaean Literary Society, 191ti2 Secretary, Animal Stall, 1915: Annual Stall' 19115: Assistant Business Manager "Mississippian" 1914-15-1ti: Mississippian Boaril ot' Control, 1915-163 Chairman Music Y. M. C. A. 1914-15: tilee Club 1913-14: lJabb's Quintette 1913-14: Win- ner ot' prize best work in Moot Court, 1914-15: Honor Coun- cil .Iunior Law Class: Secretary and Treasurer Tennis Club Aff 1914-15: Yice-Presialent Tennis Club, 1915-115: Blackstone Club: Clerk Moot Court 1914-15. ClIALMIzliS POI llzli, LL. B ......... lackson "Must I work? Uh, what a waste ol' time." li. A. Fraternity: Cheer Leader 1915-1433 Fellow in llis- gree. IJAYIII B. SOLOMON, LL. B ........ Meriilian "It is sometimes hard to believe that Coil maile every man in his own image." Assistant Iitlitol'-in-Chief Mississippian 1912-13: limlitor- in-Chiet' Mississippian 1913-143 Contributing liilitor 1914- 15: News Iimlitor Mississippian 1915-113: Scrub Football 1912- 13-14: Captain .Iunior Football 1914: Phi Sigma tlrator 1913: Literary Iiilitor "Ole Miss" 19143 Taylor Medal: Class Prophet Senior Law 191133 "Ole Miss" Stall' 19115: Track Manager 1915. "Talk to him o1'.l:lc0lJ's ladder ami he woulrl ask the number ot the steps." I 113: Secretary Senior Law Class 1915-1ti. "Greek " Learell: "Now, gentlemen,,just let me tell yoll something for a fact." tory3 Sheritl' Moot Court: tlut-Law Committee: B. S. llc- .IUHN PITTMAN STUNIi, LL. B ...... Colfeeville Phi Kappa Psi: B. S.: Yice-Presiclent Senior Literary Class 1913: .Iunior Prom 1914-15: Treasurer Y. M. C. A. 1914-15-113: Member "Old Timer's" Club: Blackstone Club: lleil and Blue Club: Member l'niversity Debating Council: President Athletic Association 1915-1153 Yice-President Her- maean Literary Society 1915-113: Y. M. C. A. Cabinet 1914-15- 113: Chairman Board of Directors Athletic Association 1915- 145: Chairman Board ot' Control ot' Mississippian 1915-113: Law Librarian and Beamler .Iunior Law lleiartment 1915- I 1 ffffllffflfllf IIUMIQH IiL'tiliNli W.XliltliN, Ll.. li. . "His only Cl'iIIll',- ' lhut must rcsplcnlll-nt hun-. l'hi Sigma: l.ito1'zu'y Sm-icty lttltl: llwiiizn-:ui l.Ht'l'2Il'X Su victy lttllg l'rim'ipul l'cl'kinstlm High Svlnml 19133 l'rin vipzll Iilnlnrzl High Svlnml 1914. IX! UH SHALL Ylilltilill, I.l,. li ........ lan-ksmi "Nh-n inziy 1-nun-, unll nn-n niuy gli, Iiul I sl IX on ihtll ul " . c .C .,.. l'hi llvllu 'l'ln-lu: Mzuizlgcr Ifcmlbzlll 1915-llig Iilawlistmic l lub: tllcl Tinn-r's Club: lt. NI. A. Club: Military Club: Fun Club. lil HSS Nltnlllli IH-l.XY0l'llS, t,.I.. li .... ...... . l,:uurl-I "Win-n Il mann Ill2ll'I'll'S his lruublvs bn-gin." HllHl2ll'2Ill l,elcl':u'x' Sm-iuty: IHlQ'l'-StN'il'lX llvlmll-l'3 lSl:u'kslum- Club I HH. SlUNl'., I.l.. li ............ . Uxturll "Still tri-mls upon thc In-1-ls ul' plczislln-." . . . . . - g - li. X. ltllit, with llistim-tnmng IM-ltu lxuppu lupslluug Scrlbblcrs Club: lil-ll :lull liluv t lub. ont- ul thu thru' luumll-rs: Ii. A. IM-grvv i-l'0lll Yulv llll-I. with llisliilctimiz Ll.. IS. 'sltll'i l nlvm-rsllx', wlllilllslinvlnm, I 0ll51'llltll Clans. . .. l"l't"4lllllIllI lining " Yi -s, tk-llous, l :nlusiys hung my night shirt un 1 1-mat llilllgll I I 'I .- fi' ..,-4 A 'I I I '3 I I -v I o I I I I n .I I I 1,1I1ll N1l'lllIly' ll Hiztnrg nf Thr Svvninr 'IEEIIII 0112155 w wwwwwwvlInIIMwwmdwManu I I If I +I I Matriculated Busted and Passed Graduated Starved OBLIVION ,, , , Ihplmt. .Im-oh CTO Julian SIIPTTOIIII "f'un1e in, Slwrm lg Imw :I seat on the bed, prop your feet mn the reau, spit on the Hum-, nn I make yourself at home." um lfigfllfy Gbftirvrz nf Quninr Blum Gilman .lullss NI4lCl.l'liIi, Jn. . . Pl'l'Sl'f1f'lIf Ii. H. Nxsox . . . . Vim'-l'1'1's1'r11'11l li. L. Bnoolis . . Sl'f'I'l'fllI'y and TI'l'llSlIl'l'l' II1-rum Nlntvln-Il: "Jim, put ulmut. fiftvvn 1-outs xmrtll of rivv, an 1lim0's worth of swuvt potatoes. :nu Imml full ut' g,g'l':nv.v on my plate when it 1-mnos flown ilwrv. " Page Eighty-one f' I 4 N 1. 1 I I W: l J W N 9 E0 2 5 fl A F Q s E m 15 Q i is CE V Lf' I '-' , Z H D P1 N W y, V m M + 'w N w 1 W M Klan- Reed: "Y0u'1'e wlurn rightg let 'Pl' roll." I ll 1111111-11-fu'o Ehminr Emu Svtuhrntz Vernon Alton .Xrvndalv Danirl Burril Aycock 'l'honias Ja-th-rson Barnrll .Iann-s Edwin Bramlctt liohcrl Nloorr Bl'lllgCf0l'tll liodnvy L. Brooks Rohn-rt Robson Buntin lioht-rt Matthvw Campbell Usca r Carr VVilliam Lnthcr Clayton llohvrt Hall Crook John McFcrrin Curlec .Xlhrrt Culhcrson Dunn Frank Stn-wart Dunning .lanu-s Elma-r Friday Martin Garner .Ianws .lackson G. Gilhc-rt Xvllllillll Gray Hairston Jann-s Boycc Hvnderson Bl'l'll'2llIl C. Hill Charlvs L1-onard KClZCl1lllCyGI' La-roy Holland Kvnnrday, Jr. XVm. David Kc-nnrdy .Xllwrt Sidnry Kyle .lor Eli Landc-rdalc 'llll0lll2lS Ht-rron Mitchcll Chas. Moth-tli Murpliy Ephraim Forrest McCall .lalncs McClure, .lr. Lorcnzo Dow McCoy XVillia1n L00 MCColl0llgl1 Sickcy Nc-lson lVICXVl10I'tGl' Richard Hcnry Nason Hcnry Dudley N001 Brucc Davenport Newsom Thomas Jefferson O'Quinn. J1' .Iamcs Ethel Palmer Ellis Xvllliillll Patrick Hirma Jcroine Patterson .l1llllCS H. Price. Jr. Carry L00 Ratcliff liohc-rt Hotfinan Shacklcford Adam Smith Uthvr Forrcst Smith Noah Spurgcon Swoat Grown' Marshal Tablcr Talinagv Bricm- Tuhh Nato Scminos NVilliamson .Xlhvrt Gresham NVing Iii.-It ll7ll'I'IS1 "How about a rhew CU ol' that kitvf' P11 qw Eight H v M Svrhnnl nf Enginvvring I H 4 7 ' + G9ffirrr5 nf 1112 iiuginrrriug Gllaaf- ?fi4 J. XV. Kmxwnon . . I'l'f'si1 I1'11l R. C. Gllssox . . . Xvl.f'1'-1,l'1'SI'l1l'l11 I. A. PHIIDGI-QB . . Sl'f'l'1'fllI'U and Tl'l"6l.S!lIlI 1 . , 1 . j .In-. Imgate: "Er-er-you will be in-tres-tml to ku f ugff liufjfllfvll-flllll' I.OL'IS IBYING DAVIS, B. E ....... Greenville "As imllc as an painted ship upon a painted ocean." .IOHN WILLIAM IQIHKWOOIJ, B. IE ...... Oxfurml "I not inmlisc-riminutcly Io classes." "For he by gcmuctric scalc, "A goml tall fellow!" "l'lc:lvcn blcss lhvc, Thou hast thc swvvlcst l':u'c I I-vcr Ionkcc Could take thc sizc ot' pots of alan" IHA ACHliI.I.l'S l'lIIIJliIiN, Il. Ii .... . AAI,,,I FBANK MARION BUNCH, B. E ..... . YL'I'OI'l2l BOBEBT CLAYTON GIBSON, B. IE. . . . Booneville IIS l'mi'. Iiugms: "I Wonder how my wife knew so we'I Wlll'l'0 I was." Page liifllf ly lulian Sherrod: "That's good! Yeah! Thank you! thank you! L w I W I ASS 1 ENGINEERING CL. 3 nginrrring g7T1IflP11T5 Cllinilu- Clillllll' l3crn:n'cl lfrunk Marion Bunch Clark Milton Clcvclnnil Louis Irving Davis XYilliznn YY. Dunn lioln-rt Clayton Gibson lic-orgc Pcurcc Hopkins Ni-nlly .Xlcxnmlc-r Howell Lvlllllll Hunn- .lolin Xxyilfll Johnson .lznnvs XXVIII. Kirkwood llowurcl Lcvcll .lznnus lilclrcd Murdock Clifl' Eugene Murphy lluln-rt Stunlcy McElroy Earl Hnrwick lVIcli21nry lilCllill'll H1-nry Potter lm Aclicllus Pridgcn .Xllmerl XVade Ray Oscar Bryant Huy .Xlfrcml Brown liitclicy Tluioclorc 'llyclings Robin 1.1-on Schlagcr Sznnuc-l Powcll XVnlk0r. Jr. liclwznwl Taylor XYilkinson L4-wis EflNV2lI'll XVinn Clanulv XVooclfin llzlrolil Ellis XVriglil A. B. llurgis Nliss llimple Nlngoe: "00fwr! Page Eighty-seven l I uw V, 'IA X, ,QU .QITAZI l I M .. 111 gfCfI.jf: .1 3 QYQV f Y rh 'vm 91 Aw ,, .1 Xiu? Lf-Q5 f F f , ."f3,"'1'Der.U?' ' A as SSC? MyS5Lov'nQ Ma nh . N' 21.5 - 'Q cf" 1. ' fk 1'2- ax 9 v A 13r:1f'3 .44 hwafvvtx X. Q Qi -'r W X NJ X506 X I I Miss liuuice Noblinz "Now you quitg I WOD,t! " SACRED TO TI-IE MEMORY OE OUR AEEROERIATION Moo GO II DIED OE LEGISLATIV ITIS IN TI'IE SPRING BEFORE TI'IE BIRTH OE TI'IE 'IO "OLE MISS" ll IDXXHI I ll mm J MQW H NE j , , X ' ' QI' f Z 1 J V K NN Y at ff! x M H I 1 ww V M I P w H i ir Miss Alllie Lou Barker: "Say, Kid! " T I I J...-...G, A- ,'X fill' .Xl.l.1x A. J. XY Il Obftirrra nf Svvniur !1IFIPhirz1l Qilaum ,I, X, lin-ml "'l'ln:u1 lmy1'1-rI:ninIy isn'1 I1-Ning his x ulivx lIlI0l"'0l'6 with hiS1 N C0l,l.li'l"l'l-I . . l,l'l'Sl'f1l'IIf S'l'. x1:x' . . . . . N'1'1'1'-l'1'1's1'1 I1'11I . Axlxlcnsux . Sl'l'l'I'IllI'!f 111111 T1'1'11.w11l'1'1' 'ollvgfe w DeXVI'l"l' TALMAGE ALLRED, B. S., M. D ..... Ora "I have a soul that like an ample shield can take in all, and verge enough for moref' Page Ninety-our 1 1 v 1 l IUNATHAN .lliSSIi Al+tMS'l'HONG. IS. M. ll. . Yaixlen si " A ll'l6l'ltlSlll1J that makes the least noise IS very ottcn the most useful." ff :.. .-na. A HK "Let us do or die." ology antl Pathology. "Live man, well man, tleatl man. s Dig em up, cut 'em up, what's the l'll be an M. D. in two years more." Humerous, tumerous, blood and gore ' XVILLIAM HENRY ANDERSON. B. S., M. IJ. . . Dumas Phi Sigma Literary Society, Seeretaryg Phi Sigma Liter- ux' Soeiety. l,l'CSlllClltl Presitlent Board of Control Stu- elints' Co-Operative Boarding Club. Vice-Presimlent Senior Meflieal Class: Y. M. C. A. Count-il: Assistant in Bacteri- lfltlilb Bl'CliI.EY BASS, M. It ,...... Bassiielrl till' clit"' v H. li. Oliver: 'twriting to Mrs. R. L. Oliver." I lt tl IXMES li.XlI.lzX lSl,.Xi.lx, M. IJ. . . . . . Sillltbllglll limnrml ul' Cuutrnl Cu-Opcrzllivc Buzu'clingClub1 Y. M. C. A. 1 uunvilg I'lllVL'l'SIIj' llcbuling Council: l'l'csi1lcnl Phi Sigma I ilcrury Sfwivly, Scvuml 'Il0l'lll, lllllil Ill'0Slll0llI Mcrlivzll I lub llllli. I l Ylbli W. ISIIVNSUN, ll. S., M. ll. . . lhlsvzlgnlllzl 1:11 Xmflulufl ' liliNliS'l' S. l3li'I'lll'IA. M. Ib ....... llzultiuslmrg "lf lu- hzul Zllly l'zlullsl1cli:lslcl'l its in 1luubl." Yzlrsily lizlsvbull Mississippi Cullum' lfllll-ll-123 Yzzxisily liuscbzlll "UIQ Miss" lflllig Mcmlicul Club. 'An hnncsl mind is not in thc powcr ul' an mlislwm-sl." llUl3lili'l' I.IiSI.lli HOXYLIN, M. ll ...... SIll'l'Ill1lll "II ilu-rc bc, or vvcl' wp-ro unc- suvli, ll's pusl thc sim- ul mlrczunmg. "lIls Sllllll' ilulh bm-sun, lzvvu us lln- sun upon :I suuum-rs clzuy. fmlbzlll llll I-151 15715-1133 llc-ml :uul Blum' Club. Xl:u',V l'Iliz:ib0th Ltigate: "1 like l'lv:1 'cause Mm- twlil mv To." Iyllflf' iVi1zwfy-tlwva "f- i CAREY CHEEK, M. ll ..........., A mory "lJiscretion shows the better part of valourf' B. S. Mississippi College lSJ14g Junior Historian: Band: Mcclic-all Club: Mississippi College Club. "I rlarc :lo ull that may licconu- an u mclils ol' Physiolgoy and Histology. Iil,I,l0'l"l' Ii. l"I.UVVlil'lS, M. ll ....... Mc-Comb "In manners gentle, of affection milrl, In wit an man, simplicity a child." Mcclicul Club: Olivo and Bluc Club. "None but himself can bv his palm Class Poet .lunior Medical Class. Miss Aliue Ray: "Oh, girls, 1,111 in love! ALLAN C0l.l,l-Irl'IiIi, M. ll ..... Monti-sono, XV:lsh. u mn. Presimlcul Svnior Mcmlicinc Clzlssg Assistant in llvpznrt- IiOlSlzll'l M. l'lllzl'.MAN, M. IJ ....... lzlllsvlllv llvl." l '4 ll 114111 .Yinrflzf-fl llll' 711, ,7,.,, W R' " xj l ' GIQORCE GAIQIJNIER HAMPTON, M. lb ..... Oxford M l "No solcnm sunctimonious face I pull." ll Specialist in Uncin:u'i:1sis. U M ll .l. llAlil,liX IIAHIRIS, li. S.g M. D ..... Swann Lake ll "liL'1XYL'L'l1 two girls, which hath the mcrricst eye, W l have pvrllzlps some goodly spirit ol' .lllilQl1lL'l11.,, ' l Sigma: Alpha: Epsilon: Ht'1'lll2lL'2ll1 Litcrary Sociclyg Frcsll- 4 . 1 . mam Mcflul 111123 Varsity Football 1911-12-13-14-15: Captain . l'ootb all 1113 Y ' ' ' ' in 4 - . , . M. C A. 1,01lI1Cll 1913-14g Commander- - ll 1 4 1 9 1 " '-'rc :Irv 9-1 'or Class 1014-152 ll llml Xlllllflly Llul lilo, Su t t .1 ll . . l're-simlcnl limi :xml liluc Club 191-1-153 Manager Bzlscbrlll 1111153 Alhlclic liourfl ol' Control 1914-153 Board ol' Control Cordon Hull Bozrrrling Club 1915-16. A l l l ll Ill-INIRY .IACK Iilil,l.L'M, M. ll ....... Cuntown "A quict, thoughtful, good, sim-crc lad." S1ll1lL'I1l Assislzml in lll12ll'llI2lC0lUgj'Q Yicfc-l'l'csiclcl1l Moll- irul Club. .lAMliS USISURNIQ l.UNYli, M. ll ...... Nclllclon us l I1 ul rznlhcr mon would ask why my K. Mcrlirzrl Club: lirunlmm X llufflws 1, . l ll , Y ,-,,J Ilruve Newsome: "'1'l1:mk you swevtlyf' .IAMIL5 C lllhlz, M. ID ..... LIl2ll'IL'SiHll 'Surci' lu prosper than 1Jl'USlJCl'IIj' could luivc :issurecl uS.', IS. S.: B. PII.: Illil'l'-COIICQILIIL' llc-Iiuli-1' ziaxuiust Millsaps Cullcgv I'l'UIll P hi Slhllld. Puyr' Nina fllpfi QV l A 41 XV.XI.'I'lili XVIiS'I'I3llUUIi ROBINSON, M. ID. . l'uix'ci'sily I "Night ziftci' night hu sul zuul lilcuim-il his L-ycs with lmuoksf' ,I I, IS. S.: M. A.: 'Iw1lj'IOI'NIl'1IZlI in Iiiolugyl Sc'i'ihlilci's' Club. I'Ii'I'liH XVHITMAN HUNVIANII, JH., M. II. . . Uxlluwl "A voice iuurc thrilling l1C,L'l' was huziril, l In springtime frmii thv mocking-birmlf' l Delta Kappa Epsilon: H. S. lbcgrcc 1912: Prcsirlcnt .lunior Mcclical Class: Histuriul Svniui' Mumlicul Class: Hull :incl liluc Club: Cribblcrs' Club: I3I'CSIlIL'llI'S Club: "Old 'I'imc1"s" Club: Cleo Club and Quznrtcttv 1908-12: Qiuil'h-tlc 19113: Scxlctte, Summcrs 1910 :mil 1915. .Xliklllzll .lM.Ix5UN SIACX, M. lb ....... Iluulku "Nur hunks I c-unsuuic thc mimluight nil." llrcsimlcui Junior Class 1910-ll: SL-1-11-l:ii'y Svnim' Mciliczal Cluss 1915-lli. Miss Vallie Holmes: "Oh, Jim-my! 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S1'f'I'l'fllI'1j and TI'f'llSlII'PI' QiwE QQ5wEQ1m'iff'E thl B ldwin: "He's got t b th gh I l b tore he gets me." lr uyn' Ni110Iy-eigflzf 4 J H 1 1 il M V 1 w We NN 9 N C fi S2 is M vb, ..- G l-'riduy" Bradley: "Aw, they lmvc-u't Hu- 'i0lll'll2lliStil' touch." 1 'XX MEDICAL CLASS OR .IUNI Page Ninety-nam 3luninr ztlllrhiml 0112155 Irwin XVIII. Barrett Lawrence Baskin John Alexander Klein Birchett, Jr. Jorge Ronrade Castellanos Clyde Columbus Clark XVillie Sterling Crawford James Francis Curry Russell Bilbo Davis Joe M. Funderburk Sydney Herbert Glass Brooks David Good Roy Gillner Grant VValter Robert Holloday Chas. Harry Kirkpatrick, Jr. Sam Ross Lustbcrg Herman Edgar Mason Thos. Albert Middleton Hugh Carroll McLeod Paul Talmage Neely Floyd Olyn Parks Albert Pigott Joseph Polanco Samuel Rogers Phillip C. Schreier Robert VV. Smith Archie Taylor W111. Derrick Tillson Donald Y. Wilson Samuel B. VVoodward Riley B. Wrenn Miss "Doug" Olsen: "Aw, foot!" A-..--4 E Page One Hundred l 1 i A il 41 .JN , g' 1 ek -- - z W L CLASS PRE-MEDICA ulinn Sherrod: "A man that doesn't smoke ought to get rich.' ' 1 Page One Hundred Om Iirv-illivhiral 0112155 Bacot Boland Burnett Coltharp Coulter Farmer Field, R. T. Field, S. E. Gravlee Harper Hicks Howard J ukson Johnson Luo M Lazo J A Lyle Omara May Mlddleton M1ttS Parks Rlgby Smlth Threlkeld Thompson Tucker Turner Wltherlngton Woodward Taylor Nhss Lucllle Campbell Me an Pop' . . C . ' , . A. , . . . . . . . . 1 ' ' ' . 4 4 1 1 1 '-.:.a-..a- - K, ., -' - ' -Q ' Q, ' -1YAAi'QM"fiQ'! 1'fIg11' 0110 Hzzndrcd Tll'0 Qlnmmrnrvment Bag 01100 IIl0I'P 1110 I1Il'l'f 11011011111 1110 b011d1'11g oaks, N01 as 1110 ga1l101'0d 1.11 1110 bygo110 days. TVIIPII s1o1'111s of dark lllIl'I'I'fI1l.Il fa10 had 001110, I And Clouds 0I7Sf'llI'!'d 1110 gold 0o111111011001110111 rays. I Now 01100 Clglllll as 1.11 1110 111151 1110 111001, 11 As l1I1.l'l0lIS 811116101118 lull fill' 011111101 x0a1. And lllllld vlaxps Illlild llgfllullf IT II'l11'l0 011011 1'01110111l101's all 1110 good, 1 Forgot' is all 1110 pain. 11 0110? IIIUIY' 1110 111001 lllld lI1'lll' 1110 S111110 old 11011, 1 .II001 as 1110 1JllI'l'Pd, loyal, bl'flI7!', fllld 11'110, 1 TI1o11gl1 SOIIIP of IIS 1110 l1a11d of 111110 has 1o110h0d, T Cllflilfjllllfj, p01'l1aps, Ulll' hair 1o frosfy IIIIP. TI Now UIIVI' again, ax IIII 1110 pas! 1110 111001, I And IIIl'lIIOI'l.!'S of 11017, 1110 fjI'f'l'll. I Ea0l1 o11111s 1110 pasl was 11051, I Tl1o11gl1 lIIl'l1fl1l'f1 1171.111 1'0g1'01s, 11 II'0 f'1II'l'I.SlI 1'1.v bPI1llI'Sf. NV. L. H. '15. I 17 M-MISSISSIPPI M 11 I I P I I S S HI'M P S QI S S I S , I I S I ' S BOOST S BOOST S I S I S S 1 1 s 1 1 P S IIIIIVI P P I P I P P IP MISSISSIPPI--I I3 T M B T 1 11 o S I O S I 1 110 0 MISSISSIPPI IJ O S O 1 L I, O S S O S Ii IIICT Ii I5 'I' I B 'I M YOI'Ii M M I S S I S S I P P I I "DIP" I I3 T S B 'I S S O S I O S I S MISSISSIPPI PM S O P O O S P O S la 'r 1 I3 '1 ,4,i,-- , Y , Y W Y , ,,,7,,,,,, - ,XII101't, Iiuyionz " If II1:ut In-II01' is 11-11111 Iiluo IXIOIIIRZIIII I'II buy you LL cigar 1 V w Page Owe Hundred Three ,,, Y, Y W - 7f --H - 7-----AW -- -V --------f - 'w ilT-k -V, -V -ff - f- f -- f - ---ff-f ff - --in W W M , N 'W X! fx U M i ll H l -ff"-1-If ,, 1 --,ag f Nf 5, 34 eg- .,:,:x,, gf 5:4 J, "typ 'SQ' 1 ff, 4 wiv' V. 'Q' M 'wfft r' 1, L, ' 5--.""F'f"' -1 " x- ' 'TY 1' ' 71 JW' 1 ,. ff. h sig, is I v . 4 -, ,. - 1 - , '- Y ,r W , 2 1 . 11 .fxqx J 1 f ' I H i xv ,I X, Wx W W N 1 1' 'R N 1 4 El N H I 4 V . lf X :I l 'Nuts' Ray: HCan't eat now, my girl just gave mv wme + ':mdy." -,z.-'- ,..g'. 1'-f--C1 4.--,1-.1--..----..., ,-4-Y i+ Um' f1lUH1l't'd Four Qbiiirvrz nf Srninr lglmrnmrg Gilman NHIIIIIHN1IIIIIYNIIIIIMWIIIIHHIIIIIHWIIIIHHIIIIIIHHlllli C. A. XVIII'l"I'lNfi'l'UN . . President C. E. CONEY .... . Vl.C6-P!'l'Sl.dlZIlf E. H. '1'1 mM1'soN . . SPl'l'l?fllI'y and Treasurer 4 r - 137- Y 1' -Y Y 77 Y 2 - v- Stuurt Dunning: "You're dern rig-ht." I'1'!l" Um' llunr11'r'c1 l'll.I'l' 1 1 I ,,. wA1.'r1aH BAILEY ATKINSON, Ph. cs ..... 111,11-.mb 3 "My drugs will affect great euresf' ,ge Phi Sigma Literary Society 1914-153 Seereinry Phi Signm 1 4 1 1 11115-113g Y. M. C. A. 1 1 1 1 1 1 JOHN C. lIA'l'fIHING, Ph. G ........ 1 "O wail some power the giftie gie us 1 'lo see oursel's as ithers see us." 1' 11 11 11 11 j JAMES li. COLMICRY, Ph. G ....... Greenwood "Though I um always in haste, I am never in an hurry." Q 1 Member ol' "Ole Miss" Band :mil Orchestra 11114-15-111 lIHAlil.I-IS I.. CONI-IY, Ph. li ........ Magnolia "The heroes are not all six feet tall." 1 Viee-President Senior Pharmacy Class 1915-163 Y. M. C. A.: Member Phi Sigma Literary Society. 1 ii 11 1 f f W, f if Y ff, . fi., U .Xliss Huyton: 4'Freshman, look in twoeone-two and get my mail." 39:"""l"4' -f. -- . I-ee ff' ! 2 'ul-412:11-f72i,. .. Jiggi, wlifmggg, gg , l . Ii Jf,,. Page One Hundred Six BEN H. DONALD, JR., Ph. G ........ Quitman "My feet are heavy now but on I go." I Phi Sigma Literary Society. I I I II m I I I In JACK D. DYRE, Ph. D ........... Winona I "Il is so soon that I am done for, L I NVUIIKICI' what I was begun for." 11 I I I I I II I I RVFUS NOBLE ELEY, Ph. G ...... . I.nu1'el II IL "Life is short and thou art long." Ii Member Masonic Club. WI I I CII.XliI,IiS YV. FIfL'l'ON, Ph. G ...... Philadelphia I "Now my Iusk is smoothly doncg I l can 11y or l can runf' I I I I I I Bust-lmull 1915: l'nivm-rsily Bandg llnskct-bull Team 1916. Miss Nlznmiv Morgan: " Hun, IRI like to, hut l've gm to study." Page One Hundred Seven 1 l -9- A it ll l l WILLIAM MEEK GILLESPIE, Ph. G .... Duck Hill N l "Life is a jest, and all things show itg 11 I thought so once, and now I know it. Il B. S. Degree: Student Assistant Chemistry, 1915-165 Hermaean Literary Society 1914-15-165 Y. M. C. A. Council l 1915-16. l li ll 1 li l l XVILLIAM C. HAIRSTON, Ph. G ...... Nettleton "He never flunked and he never liedg I reckon he never knowed how." 1 Rest-1-ve Football 1914-15. 5 ,I l li ll ll .IAMIES HATTON HUFF, Ph. G ...... Perkinston il Cod made him and then lost the pattern? V I li 1 li l l SAMITICI. WATTS KENDALL, Ph. G ..... Meridian ! l ! Z ! ! I Vice-President .lunior Pharinaey Class 1914-15: Vice- President Y. M. C. A. 1915-163 Y. M. C. A. Cabinet 1914-15-16: F Mississippian Stall' 191-1-15-16: Circulation Manager Missis- 1 sippian 1915-163 Herniaean Literary Societyg Herniaean Anniversary Orator 1914-153 Inter-Society Ilebater 1915-165 Inter-collegiate Debater against Mississippi College 1915- l .5 ' 5: 16g Alternate Ole Miss. Representative Chautauqua Orator- ical Contest 1914-15, and alternate Ole Miss Representative M. I. 0. A. 1915-16g Freshman Medal Oratoryg Football 1915- 16g Reserve Football 1914-153 Track Teamg Sophomore Basket-ball 1915-16: Member Athletic Board ot' Control 1915-163 Tennis Clubg Chemistry Club. W- Y W -' 'f' ' ' "Y-1--3-I " Pete ' ' Dear: Ulloin' ,cross the railroad tonig'l1t." ..-........ , . . , . .7 .., .T Y .... AY., . .- ' f A """-'f:1l:i.:s-1-:rf-:':f-. . 1, rig- -kgs-fa 3-.Lf if 1 -:QQ -1, 4-5. , .Ie-4 f""'77"' " 'Y' .XBNICH liNltiH'l' N0li'l'HHUP, Ph. C. . . Pass Christian hl'.0lihl'. C. lfltllilzlllh, Ph. in ....... Big Crcck Clubg Phi Sigma l.itcr:u'y Socicty 1915-113: Tl'l'ZlSllI'0l' Phi Sigma i.lil'l'2ll'X Socicty 1915-16. lilllill Um' Hflnflrffl lfiyfllt l"l.UYl3 AI.YIili0 I,l'MML'S, Ph. G ....... XYcil' "His various carcs in onc grcat point coinbiuc, This busincss ot' his lifc-that is to ilincf' Y. M. C. A.: Phi Sigma l.ltCl'2ll'Y Socicty: Masonic Club. "That fcllow scclns to nic to posscss but onc ulca, aml that is a wrong onc." IIAHHIS Ib. RILEY, Ph. G. . ....... Tupelo "Marc O11 carth is such constant prcp found." Sccrctary and T1'casui'cr Junior Pharmacy Class 1914-159 Social Editor ot' Mississippian: Prcsiilcnt Wall Strcct Club 1914-15: Prcsiilcnt Chcrokcc Club: Chcmistry Club. .- .-Q sfw- 1 ' 1 "'I'hc noblcsl liouian ot' theln all." Y. M. C. A. Council: Sccrctary and Tl'0ZlSlll'L'l' Masonic Miss Gertrude Lassiter: HI can 't be bothervd! " 7.-. ,,--,,,7. 4 -.... Page One Hzmclred Ninr' li 'V l V tx M TOM FORD RUBLE, Ph. G ........ McHenry ,l "The march of the human mind is slow." P Hcrmaczm Literary Societyg Reserve Football Team 1914- 1.3. 1 l.l.0YlD ltUZlil.L ltl'SSI2I.L, Ph. li ...... Uxforrl "Cursed bc he who moves my lJom1s." i I an i l . ISAAC Pl-IHCY SANIJMAN, Ph. G ..... Fort Adam l "'l'lu-rc is some ill :1-brewing toward my ri-sl, For I tlrt-:un ot' money bags to-nightf' NlL'llllJl'l' Y. M. C. A.g Hl'l'llIIlL'2ll1 I.itc1'a1'y Society. l IQRNISST KELLY SKINNEH, Ph. G ..... Nlt'l'lill2lll il "Ez soshubble ez a basket 0, kittens." W Hcrlnacan literary Societyg Chemistry Club. if l 1 s' e- P --ef-W1 ee ee i lke Hollingsworth: "The Bible says that men love dnrkuess better than dayg guess that 's why Durfey loves Knight so Well." i MV Y ,, ,, , ,Wk ,JLYWW ,, , , , W or, ,tl isiia fl- .Fl ' gf' is ,L 4,-'51-fy A- ' T? - Y, -ravi: .w ll IH IIN!!! 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" ' A Pi' K JUNIOR l'HAHMAl'Y CLASS M g7 n ,. nh: H ' - " Page One Hundred Thirteen V -fr s .iluninr Hharmarg Ullman IIIIIlIIIIIlllllIIIll!llIIIIIllIIIlllllllIIIllllIlllllllllllllllllllllll James Kirl Avent Arthur Paul Azlin l Jabur Rawls Berry 9 Benj CllftOH Blake l By ron Estl Furr VV111. Prentiss Furr Obs dl 1h Holder Githrlght -Xbc H uold Gelsenberger Jr John Rufus Gray D lVld VV lrrul Hoke Fl Ili nu DeW1tt Plg0ft lolm F1115 Plgott L1 on How ID -Xbb N1 wbun Snued fhom IS lnhu Stnnms X unon J mob 111 ey Cl nudn 3 Furner R llph Eugene Wheeler L Emuson VVlllttlIlgl0Il Robert H XV1lson ssh new fm W ZW ,X 4552, I P PV Durfey Cut out the darn fuss and studv ll W, 0 0 L I . Y I V c 1 l . . I I 1 c . . A ' 2 , . nw C . . f y C I . . A 2 ' ' 1 ' l . . . J ' 'V 1 I I r. 4. lu Y 1 ' x Y 1 f x ' A A K f w . 1 ' l I C x I. L 7 , v 1 1 ' 1. v y I X ' C K o X 2 Is 5, 1 - - I X ' 1' . . l l X l l 1 E4 ,pf X '-,K , . v .fx - " 1 J .QQ O nib- lg -5 'X -' ' X 1 .LM 1 , , I A f 1 pee ' , . 2 CX -'l :J ,A Q , , - Q fir v 6145 1 'fr 25-A ' A. x K , 3' 'eff f X WV NK X, yy l l K If!! 1 I. : ll ' in 'E-' " ' ' pf-'ff if-L '1-1fff:2t-- 1 f iiiffw-i:""',i-'f"15Si'pi: Vfirglfgf' ' ,riff OIII Ilffnflnfl I'wUllI',Illl 1117-11 1 H 7" " ' i ' Y Y jjw I whiz mlm At H6912 itIHi55" "THE ELECTED" Prcttn-st Cu-Eel: Miss l.uvillu tfzunpbcll: Miss ticrtrumlv I.assitvr, sccoml: Miss Nunnit- lfnrlcy, thircl. Must Pupulzu' tio-lid: Miss liinily Hwllcstun: Miss fiCl'il'llllC Lussilcr, st-Q-umll Miss Margin- Parks, thircl. llzinilsuincst Mun: .lt-tl' llznnni: "Cupid" Mc-Culluugh. sm-umlg Gus tlrislcr, third. Must ltupnlur Mun: Mum' ltcwlg .luhnnic Yznlontinc, svn-uint: Pop Harris, thirml. lit-st .Xll-ltuuntl .Xthlctcz "Little Joe" livuns: Bill lfingcr, second: "l.ittlc Scwilrliit-" Mrtlalll, lhirtl. lim-sl Cu-liml Atlilctc: Miss lilliv .lcturg Miss Murgic l'zu'ks, sccoml: Miss tllzulys Bryan, thirtl. lim-st Stumlcnt: "Flip" ltuhinsun: Hurry llryuii, sm-mul: Bill Fingcr, third. Must ltupulzu' l'rul'cssm': ltr. llctllcstung llr. Milclcni ltr. 'l'nrrcy. Must Likcly to Silcu-L-il: llznrry Bryan and .luhnnic Yztluntinu, tical: li. l". Mm:- tlull, sccoml: Mac ltcctl, thiril. Must l.ikt-ly tu lic zu l3:u'hclor: "l'lyssn-s" fil'lllllI Dr. Winston. som-mul: ll. W. llullncs, third. 'l'hc llutlc ut' 'ltic Tnnquin Stnvullg "Cupid" Mc-tlulluugh, soc-mul: li1liZl'llllll'XL'l' und ltutt-litlc tiwl fur thirtl plaico. Biggs-st Politivizul: liil. lirznnlcttvz li. liunyzin tizirtvr, soc-mul: .luhnnic Yzilcn- tinv, thirtl. llut-Air Tank: ll. W. llnlnn-sz .Xyf-on-li, soc-mul: l'z1tric-li, thircl. lit-st llumm-r ttiirll: Miss Virginia Tuwnscnal: Miss .Xlinc ltziy. scrmnl: Miss Mzirvcl ltznncy, thirtl. Best ll:nn'vi' tlluytt "tIupimI" Mc-Cullough: tk-phus .Xmlcrsmi, soc-mul: Iicl. Braun- l lvttu. thirtl. lfincslwsl lfrcslunun: lim-lkg .l:wksun, st-vnml: Witlu-rington, thirml. firm-um-st lfrcslnnaui: ltvynultlsg llclk, sci-mul: Withcrington, thirml. liiggi-st Lznlics' Main: limb Crunk: ll. W. llulinvs, sua-mul. l 'l'ht- Only Nstllll-'ll2llliL'l'nI Miss l':tttic lll'fNtliS.lUlll'S1 IJ. XV. llolnics, svvulnl: Miss listcllm- tllillizun, thirtl. l'glicst Man: l'. S. Grunt: 'l':uliIcr. sum-mul: "Slim" lluwurcl, thirml. liiggvst l.izir: "Dual" Imwsmig Szun lim-nmlull. sm-mul: Ilia-li Pottcr zunl .liin Mc'- tllurv, third. 'l'ypt- ut' Girl l'l'vt'm-l'i'm-sl: 'l'hv iimjurity ul' vutus wus rust for bruncttcsg llnwt-vw, llwrt- wt-rv scvt-l':il llnticculilt- vxrcpliuns, for inslunrc, Schull Ycrgcr is liruzul in his 1-limit-u :uni likes anything that wt-urs n skirt. 'I'hv l'nivcrsily's tircutcst Nm-cl: Y. M. tl. A. lluilclingg Nt-xv Ilorinitury. XYhy l l.m'u Ulc Miss: "Just 'c':ulso." liiggi-st 'l'hing tllv Miss llus llum- or is lining: Surviving ilu-so U8 yczirs thru thc lllllllj' Q1'lll'l'2lilUllSUl'St'lllSll pulilivinins who linvv Insult' hor :I politirall l'uuIlJ:ill. i l"zivm'itv Pzistinic: Hliiijuyilig "Sm-izil llllt'l't'tllll'Sl'n llL'lXYL'L'll thc hours ut' 8 .LM uml 3:20 l'.M. ll.l ?-f A l liss I'luni1-e Nohlin: "lf l worv writinil' :n stuff' In ln-ru's uzunc would lw 'llottsl' Page One Huwlrcd Fifteen N 1 w 1 I L. WHOS WHO AT OLP MISS w w W, ,N 'N ll 1 ,i ,K ,I I, i I VIISS V1rg1n1a Townsend ' Doncbelknosxf' v 45 1 1' 4. J . I Li L .h . . . , L ' Y I , , Af T. -M Y .i. 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S0lI11'1l.Ill1'S his lllll'lI1'l1l'l1, 11111'111'11 f1ll1, 11111111111 s11111 111111S1l11'Sffll'1l'UlI f1'1'ls, 11111 111111'1' 1111 fllll' 11111's 111' 111111111111111'1', 1111111 1171.111 111.51011 1'11'111'1'11 T1111 11111', 111 11711111 111' Illlllfl, 11111111 l'f'll11',1"l'l1, A111'11111i1 11is 1"1111'. --K. B "111Hl1' N1'11I4'1l11"' Xl1'f':1H3 UXVOH, H1111.V l11llQ'.' Pugf fllll' HllllI1l'I'Il Ni'll,Eif'Cn Hniurrzitg 1 nrgrlnpehia tApologies to Noah XVL-bsterl A l Absorb .. v,v,, The way to learn Psychology. i Abstain .... ...., t Jn the water-wagon. Academy .. .,... Prepares one to be a Freslnnan. Accident .. ..... Follows making ot' hydrogen. Algebra ,... AA,,, ' l'orrey's bobby. Alumnus .. ,,,,, Owner ot' a dip. Analytics ..A. ..,.,. X n easy subject tt'or Dr. Humet. Anatomy .. ,,,.. From head to foot. Annual ......... ..... t Iurrent events. , Astronomy ...... X eourse for star-gazers. Athlete ,.,.. ..... N Yearer ol' the HM." B Bachelor .. ,,,,. Opposed to eo-edueation. Baeon ..... livery morning for breakfast. i Base ..,,, One eorner of a ball diamond. Belk ,,.., Our t'reshest Freshman. l Bell ,,,,, tiravy-train eonduetor. l Belt .... , .,... l 'sed for applying soothing-salve to Freshmen. Biology ,. ..... Flowers and insects. l Blues ...... Books .....A Breakfast Bust l,Y.Yw..,. Caddy ,Y.l Caleulus .. Camera YA,l Chapel luuu Cheat Cheek ....u... Chemistry Coop ,,,,.... Court Cream luu, Danm Dance . Debate w,,r, . December Dessert .... Dimple Dinner .. Diploma ,. Dismal .u..l... Distinction Dollar ,w,,,... Doze .,..,..... Drought .. ....,'l'here's a woman on youu mind. l eause ol' worry. ...utjold egg, bac-on, and riee. .....'l'ake it over again next year. l H t L .....l'rot"s "valet de ehampf' l ..,..X'ery few eau indulge. ....."l,ook pleasant. please." .....l"amily reunion on NVednesday. ...,,One way to pass exams. .....Dimes eease to look like dollars. .....Ac-ids, bases, salts, and explosions. ....,liiek's Hall. .....Sunday-night ealling. .....l-las never been Seen here. D ,....Neyer heard on the campus. .....Wine, women, and-musie. .,,..An argument over nothing. .....lixams, followed by Christmas holidays. .....Three times a week. eo-ed. .....Seeoml disappointment ol' the day. .....'l'his eertilies that--. rainy Sunday afternoon. l l l ..... Besult ot' hard study. t silver eart-wheel., l ......XVhen the leeture grows tiresome. 'l , .... An hour in English 20. l l u l l .Y YY., .YW .. . .Y NYY .YW -.- B Y l ,. Y ..Y. .J Miss" Billy" Sanderson: "When T was at Agnes Hiott." 'A 'W' -f +-H -if .-zrgf-if Af?,-- J-1-A-.5-iii' g 111410 One Iizlndred Twenty V - 7 -I Economics ESS ------',--w------ Eight .......... Election .... Ellipse ........ Embrace .... Empty ..,.. Energy ,,,.,...Gravy-train. University Encyclopedia---Continued E ........Gold fried for breakfast. H First bell. Politics. lop-sided circle. ...,,.,.In a tigh place. ........Gertain heads and pocket-books. ........Not found in the spring time. Engaged .,,..,. ........ I 'rivileged to kiss. Equation ....... Excitement Fashion ,..... Female Film .,..., Final ,... Flirt ...,.. Fluke Flush .... l'oot ..,,,.,..... . Q I4 -. I at ,...,,.. Freshman ..... Q Game .... Gas .r..e.,.... Gender ........... Geometry Ginger ........ Gloom ..... Graft .,,. Grind ......, Groom ..... Growl ..... Grub .... Head .Y.l... Heat .....,,......,. H edleston ..,,. Hero ,..,.....,.. Herri ng ..,... History ,..,.. Holiday ...... Holmes ,.l.,. Inst: .1 ....,...e. lfootball .,.. l' uture ........ "Seven times eight equals fifty-six." you get by all right? Exam .......,..... ....,,.,Moot-court fight. second saucer of dessert. F Woman's only master. ......,,'I'he dangerous one of the species. A thousand feet of fun. .....,,,GhanceIIor's decision t'?l Patty B. Jones. ......,.HOIlIL'-l'llll with the bases full. p' A check for 3450. good understanding. I game for babies and invalids t?I thing of the past. .....,,,God's lowest creature. Air castles. G ....,,,,Four aces against four queens. ........I-Iot air. I ..,.,...He, she, and it. Lines and circles. ........Hot-stuff. Necessary to win a ball game. ........Vanderbilt 91-Ole Miss 0. ........Anybody who makes a nickel. ,,,,...,.Iust before exams. ,.,.,...I.uck or unlucky UI ........German conversation. .....'l'hrce times a day for eight months. H ....,.,,Friction between two parties. ........l'Iato, Aristotle, and Socrates, combined into one. . .,......Broken arm, sprained ankle, black eye. 5 ......,,GharIie Ghaplin number two. "Ghoppy" Subject. I ........SilItlCl'IlS, delight. it ,,.,,,,,0nIy one of this species. I5 Wood, ivory, or bone. I Honor ...., ........ X Ye need more of this. . Hug ...... ...., ' 'A squeeze play." I I Ignorant ,,,, ,,.,.,., I 'sychology students. Import ..... ........ N inety-two pints for one dance. Imprison ....... ........ T wo hours in laboratory. Insect .............,.. ........ N Vatch zoology students in May. Intelligence .... ......., I 'ossessed by profs and Seniors. Interlinear ........ Ask Latin students. Interview ..... ........ I 'rivileged students with the Chancellor. Intoxicate ,....... Too much spirit tsl. Inlricate .... Irish .,....... Island ..... problem in Mechanics. ........l,1liI'lt'k, Gelsenbcrger CII, Riley. ........Freshman surrounded by Sophs. was opfave Kendal: H001 I think that's awful: H E Jaunt ...... Joke ........ Jolt ............. Jubilant ..... .Iuice ........ Page Um' Hundred Tzrenty-our' University Encyclopedia---Continued J A walk to Holly Springs. Fore-runner of the horse-laugh. Sixty-nine combination. ........Exams over. Feed for automobiles. Junior ,,,, ,,.,,,,. B eginning to realize his own insigniticance. K Kennon ..... ..... ' 'Anybody with ordinary connnon sense could tell that." Kiss ,,..,,,,,,, ,,,,,.,, I mpact of two irresistible bodies. Kitchen .,... ,.,,.. . .Women's department. Kitten .,.. ,,4,, ' 'tIat" spelled with six letters. L Lamb ....,. .,..,... ' 'Meekf' Library ,.,,. ,..,.... N Ieeting place for lovers. Life ,,,..,,, ,..,,,,, I Jne dtn thing after another. Linger .... ..,.,... I .caving at 12:30. Love ..,.. ,...,.., ' l'wo fool things after each other. Luck ,,,., i,,,4,,, I Iut class-prot' fails to call roll. M Marry .... ........ X Yhen one plus one equals one. Math ,.i.,...... ........ ! !"'?'?Il-!8:. Meridian ,..... ......i., X sk the man who lives there. Mistletoe ......... ..... . X test for cold-feet. Mo trel hair ...,. ....,... N Vhat Freshmen want. N Noise i.,..... ,.,, ....,,.. l J r. Bell lecturing. Nothing ...,.... ,....... I' 'ound under the microscope. Nuisance ....,. ......... H enry Yawn, ft to 12 every night. it O t. Oasis ,.........,.,,, ......... . X bald spot on the head. it Obnoxious ..... ...,.,... I Ihemical laboratory. Octagon ....... ....,,.. S oap. Ever try it? Odor .......,... ......, . Carbon disulphide. Oratory ..... .,,..,.. ' l'his gravy-train has been cancelled. Organized ....... .,...... S tewed, tanked up, full. Ornithology ........ A bird ofa subject. Oyster ........... .....,... . Automatically swallowed. I P Paint ,........ .....,... . Xrtiiicial beauty. or a sell'-made woman. Parasite ..... ........ . -Xn habitual bum. Peach .......,..,. ......., S tenographer and chorus-girl. Philosophy ,,,.. ......,,, N Iemoirs ot' Plato and Aristotle. Physics ....... ......... ' "l'hat's as simple as can be." Politician ....,.. ......... A chameleon. Psychology ..... .,... ' 'Know thyself." Q t Quake .... ...,..... IN Iaking his tirst speech. Queen ......... ......... H is opinion of Her. Question ..... ....,.... Y Yhy did the old cow cross the rold? it Quiz .....,...., .,....... S howing their ignorance. R t Rabbit .... ......... X 'ellow streak,-feather-legged. Raffle ...,.. .....,,. I iraft. t Hank ...,....... ,,,,,..,. I .imburger cheese. Rattle .,......... ..,...... P eeuliar to a Ford. Reduction ......... XVas 545.013, now 34.98. Reed .............. ......... E ditor-in-Chief. Resolution ..,., ......... N Iade January first, broken January second. ltiddle ......... ......... X Yhy are Freshmen bald-headed? Freshman Cox: "Got it to the rotten. yv -1-1 g tltllt Un, llffnrlrrfl I lI'lllfIl-flI'1l fjagc .....,. S0andal Scart- ..... 50101100 Shark .,... Skid 0A0v,w. Slender Sma0k Soph ........... Souvcnir Suggcstion .. a0kl0 ..,,. alkativc . Task .0..... rl- flu 'l'0rror 'l'1g0rs T University Encycl0pea'ia--- Continued S ......M0inb0r ol' th0 t'a0ultx'. 0han0e l'or gossips. ,..,..Holidays. .......l"ood for thought. ......Mak0s sp00ial distin0tion. .....,M. Sig:w'l'ak0 at m0al timc with zip. ......l"itzg01'ald and Howard. .,.,..l4'roni a dark 0orn0r ot' the parlor. ......Sw0ll-head, h0n00 sophisti0at0d. hair on tht- 0oat-slccvc. ....,,hIll'lIlil'lg other pt-opl0's business. T ......llarris and tlollcttc. ....Anni0 Fulton Hume. ......l'r0paring Bishop's English. ,.....I':X2lIIlS and writlcns. ......S0wan00 and Prin00ton. ough .... "Bull-n00k." lragcdy .........., ....,, I Sust on cxams. 'I rigonomt-try .,.... tIhin0s0 puzzlc lor Frcshmcn. U Ugly .,,.,.,.......,,.,w ,.,,.. X V0 1-an lllilkt' no 0hoi00. l'mbr0lla ,...,........ ..,,. X n000ssary IHIISHIICO. l'n0omt'ortabl0 ..,,.. ...... t Ihairs in Peabody building. l'nd0rlak0r ...,,,.., dangcrous person to fool with. L'niv0rsity .. lvIllllIllt0tl .... lvitblllll ...,.,. Y Yah-ntin0 . V: Ycnus .,., ,. Vcrdant ...... V0rna0ular .. Yctt-ran Vodka agua- ....... null .,,,... Walk ,.... xvt'2llhL'l' , Winston ........ .,...,l30st school in thc South. Supply ot' tholl air. So0ialism. V .....,l"r0shman's id0a of Chcmislry. "The student-body is inl0r0st0d in him." ,,....Wh0r0 our moncy is lnotl stor0d. .....f'H2llltl off." tirt-0n,-like a Frcshman. ......Iiv0i' hcar Bondy talk? On tho football team four years. .,....liv0n Russia is on th0 wat0r-wagon. YV ......N0v0r again-takc a jitncy. ......l'n00rtain. ,.....Par-ti0-u-lar-ly. lh0 gutterment ot' Switcherland Wilhvrington .... "llc stood on thc bridge in day-light." Xolililros Xray ..,., Ya0ht Yawn ,,,, Yi-llow ,, Y0st0rday Zvnith . Zn-ro ., ,, Zoology , X ......H2llllblll'Ql'l' and a dopc. ....,.N00d0d l'or Math problvms. Y X v-irit-lx' ol' 0'lsli-s0p'nr'llor 'l'ar-babix ......Straiglit down lh0 ba0k. .,...Xn0i0nt llISt0l'X. Z 'l'h0 hm-ighlh ol' ambition. St-ll'-bamaging 0vldcn00. s0ar0h for tht- missing link. t' ll Nl to " lbw" Lowe: "T be cl-fl if l know.' t l'1ly1r fllll' llllfulfwl Ttflllfllff ittinzt Antnuniling iliurtz Hnvurihrh XVc clarc say that scarcely any ot' the sturlent hotly is aware ol' thc l'act that our l'niversity is in the throes ot' the grcatest campaign ot' hcr history. The Anialga- matcil Association ot' liclucational Sunbcams in one ot' its rcccnt mtclibcrations mtcciilcil to donate one million dollars to the university who has thc best class-room rccita- tions in the l'nitcmI States. Olc Miss turned in her name as soon as thc announcement was made. Mr. lf. tl. Allyoucan was scut out by the limlucational Sunbcams to visil all colleges in the L'nite1l States. His duty was to sccrctly anal suclilcnly walk into a class-room and take down everything which transpircct for at least tittcen minutes. Thc onc million mlollars is to be awarded after careful examination ol' Mr. l'. C. All- youcan's reports. Now no one remembers this man, but he most assuredly canic here. lt was by the shccrest ot' accirlcnts that thc Annual managcil to get Mr. l'. tl. Allyoucan's notes upon Ole Miss class-room rccitations. XVc print thcin below. No intcrpolations have been maflc. lt is worml for worql as Mr. ll. ll. Allyoucan rc- ported. u,, , .. , . .. ,. lhe hrst class I VlSlil'tl was .lauics Warsaw Bell s l'0lllIl'2Il SUIUIICK' tbl. lt was tcn minutes before thc entl ot' the pcrioml. The following things trauspircil: Mr. Bell Lccturingl "'Now this brings us to thc qucstion ot' the Trusts. .Xml gentlemen, this is a question which stirs my patriotic indignation more than any other onc thing with thc possible exception ot' the Oxford lcc Plant. l hail from thc honic ot' Democracy. When my cycs opcncfl for thc tirst timc they bchclml thc ilcw-spangleml nicaalows, thc rippling streams, and the enchanted wilrlcrncsscs ot' golmlcn sun-kissed l'ontotoc. Pontotoc, ilcar Pontotoc, the mothcr ot' statcsmen and the land ot' gourtlst Ycs, sir, gourals grow so big over there that they use them t'or bushel measures. Anil let mc tcll you something, l'ontotoc is a lanil ot' milk and honey, anrl a lanmt ot' plcnty. I rcmcnibcr seeing Old Sam Panuel cat a watcr-bucket full ot'hal'1l-boilctl eggs at otlc time. And, gcntlcmcn, let me tell you furthcrmore-tlicll ringst. Take thc next tittecn pages for the next lessonf "l thcn wcnt to Ihr. Winston's class. Thc following transpired tor thc tirst thirty minutes: " 'Ycs, ycs, yes, yes, ycs, there is for L'X2lllllJlL' Thc Bryce, Thc llcnclcrson, Thc Monroe, and par-tic-u-lar-ly, for cxamplc, The liuiertong then too, there is 'Thc tiuvcrmcnt ot' Switchcrlan4l," a new book by Matthews: thcn also, tor cxamplc, for cxamplc, tAt this critical point thc Doctor, alias 'Choppy' became excitcml and fell otl' the lecture platforint let's sec, yes, ycs, ycs, oh yes, here is another rctercncc, t'or example, there is The Robertson, The Gibbons, Thc .letl'crson, The Stanley, The l'rcs- cott, The Motley, thcn also, for example, therc is The Carlyle, The lfroucl, and oh yes, certainly The Venerable Bette, and Oh Good Night, I coulrl givc more 'sources.' Ycs, yes, l have placed all ot' thcsc with Miss Maycs down stairs. Now, class, we must pay more attention to this matter ot' Geography--.' Dow McCoy: "That's my soliil frog." 1 mu Une llundred Tzcentygfour' "I then visited Mr. Bishop's senior English Class. They were having a written. The following transpired: "Mr. Bishop: 'Now, class, I should say that these tifteen questions which I have on the board are representative tests ot' the 12,000 pages parallel for this week. Ot' course your reading was cursory, but as interested students, you are supposed to read with careful discrimination, sane judgment, searching accuracy, and alertness. You now have three minutes to answer these. Please be briet'.' "J, M. Rauch speaks up: 'Mix Bishop, I don't understand the fourteenth sub- head under your eighth question.' " 'Well now, Mr. ltauch, I see no ground for your misinterpretation. lt' I were answering that question, I know exactly what I should sayif' "I next visited Dr. Kennon's Sophomore class in Iilectricity. The following consumed the greater portion ot' the period: " 'XYell, Mr. Ponder, to save my soul, I can't see how you missed that. It is very simple indeed. XVhy it' I should ask any fifth-grade child of ordinary intelligence such a t'oolish question, he would be insulted indeed. Now this whole idea was originated by the great Irish Physicist Michael Farraday. He had the clearest, most concise, most exceedingly accurate, most illuminating, and most penetrating, mind ol' any man who has ever added any contribution to scientific knowledge and scien- tific theory. Now ot' course I didn't originate this. I didn't start it, but Michael Farraday did. He saw it, he started it, he visualized it, and this is the way he saw it-this is the picture he saw in his own mind. This is very simple, but of gigantic importance. Now, Mr. Ponder, with this new light on the subject, surely you can see at once what the only result. and what the only inevitable conclusion in that case would be--.' "That night I visited Ilr. Hedleston's Philosophy Class. I observed the follow- ing: Place ot' recitation-Ihr. IIedleston's office. Time ot' recitation-7:00 P. M. l'sual circumstances-I.. I.. Martin, deeply emersed in prot'ound thought: Shoat Wooten's critical ear pricked up, and on the alert to detect any subtle fallaciousness. Sam Kendall, asleep. "lJr. lledleston: 'We will begin to-night where we lgft otl' last night. Mr. Crosby, when is a cow a cow '?' "Mr. Crosby: tWell, Doctor, I think I understand the drift ol' your question. It carries us otl' into a lield ot' philosophical rellection which is necessarily technical. Our concepts ot' sense perception are intuitively associated with the indispensible cosmological atitllenticities ot' ancient investigation. It, ot' course, is teologically self- evident that great systematization ot' anthropological subconsciences preceed all ditl'erentiations ot' synthetic analysis. Thus we may be justified in determining when a cow is a cow.' "IJr. lledleston: 'NVcll, Mr. Crosby, your answer is just a little VZIQUO, but-."' ' After a careful perusal ot' the above, no one can possibly entertain the doubt that Ole Miss will not get the lnillion dollars. -J. S. 'lti. George Woodward: "'I'hat's a lmmding'er." Page Une Hundred Twenty-five' II is N lx 1, Ihr waiting lglarr ' H , i By A. P. Hrnsox, '13, j 'N I ask no quf'stions of the wisv. ll . . . ,l llllPI'I'lIIf1 Destiny that guides V My blind, uncf'rtain vourse. My eyes M Y S1'f'lf but its way, naught also ln's1df's. lVhat though tln' way has lad mf' far 9 Boyond thi' lights and loves of homf',' i r - I Fhonyh gran1's and mists and shadows arf' y llpon tln' bavlfward path, I roam 7 Conlon! to bear to alion lands i Its slwaf of fading SUlllIPllI.I'SI l The' aftf'r-tonrh of onrv'-Iom'd hands, J Thf' llftl'I'-h'I.SS of y1'sl1'ry1'ars. li N Om' ond l'd rhoosv, wf'rc' mini' tln' part To vhoosr' aught Df'stiny might holdi l One' ond to c'h1'rish in my hvart U'ith thosz' d1'ar lIl1'lII0l'll'S of old. That Ilostiny, at last, might l1'ad .UP home' again and l1't mr' dr1'am 4 Old drvams, and lom' old longs, and ford i Old flamos. Noar H1'aof'n that would sf'f'm. ' l.'ont1'nt, l'd lil' al yon dim gall' . U'ithin Ihr' twilight of two worlds, TVln'1'f' U'oman waitvd onvl' and wait Shf' must again, whvrf' God nnfnrls Thr' l7lllIlIf'l' of a now r'mpris1',' And I should f1'ar no morf' to roam. Ah, th1'n 't lUl'I'l' f'asy, I surmis1', To 1'nt1'r that dim glltl'-Afll homo. f'. A. Whittington: "If Blame could only see me nom' ,had if Hllnflrfrl 'lan 1fl.41'.s1,1 Zlmpnrtelnt . "Wc scc in thc working ot' thc Nlastcr's spirit. not only thc vast libcrality. but thc startling carclcssm-ss ot' Naturc, who sci-ins with inlinitc loving pains to crcatc hcr inavcls. aml thcn to turn listlcssly away' while thcy arc given ovcr to ilcstruc- lion."-Jloorly' aml Lovctt, chap. ti: pagc 123. Alas! Alas! Ilow truc this is! Only i l'cw nlays ago this l'act was brought hoinc aml inlprcssctl imlcllihlp upon our lncni- ory. Iii thc strangcst ot' acciilcnts wc happcn to tliscovcr a nianuscript ol' inonu- imfntal signiticancc. lt is ot' a inost rcvolutionary character. lts contents touch, xcry probably thc most prolouml and tumlaim-ntal qucstion conncctcil with our t'nix't-rsity. Wc arc too nioilcst to publicly claiin aml mlcniaml thc honor attachctl to our iliscovt-ry. 'l'hc light ot' publicity is painfully blimling to our tcmlcr aml scnsi- tivc cycs. Wi- arc grati-l'ul, howcvcr, for thc opportunity ot' unauspiciously rcvcaling lhcsc truths which umlouhtably woultl havc Nllll4L'l'L'tl crucl aml lasting oblivon hail it not hccn our t'ortum- to tliscovcr thc inanuscript im'ntioncil abovc. 'l'hc nianuscript is a treatisc on "Popular aml Fumlaim-ntal Misnonicrsf' hy Proll X. Laurancc Schocp. The om- particular l'l'1llllI't' which is ot' vital intcrcst to us foim-s unulcr thc discussion ot' thc niisnoim-r "chair," NVQ' will quote llr. Shoclb vcr- lnatun: "'l'hc worml chair as applicul to alcpartim-nts aml suhjccts in thc L'nivcrsily ol' Xlississippi, as t'or instancc, thc chair ot' Latin, thc chair ot' Philosophy. ctc., is inani- Icstly a gross aml horrihlc inisnoiucr. lt is ahsuril to say the lcast. l would suggest ic lollowing swccping changcs: ltr. llctlrllcston has thc ln-nch ol' Philosophy, Psychology, lithics, Logic, aml Sociology. "Mr, .l. W. licll has thc svttcc ot' licononiics aml Political Scicncc. l "Blix liomlurant has thc rockcr ot' thc Latin Language aml Litcraturc. N "Ihr, Longcst has thc sot'a pillow ot' lfrcslunan Iinglish. "Nlr. llogcrs has thc t'cathcr hctl ol' liilucationf' -.l. S. 'Ili An E rtenzporaneczhs Efusion Upon Personalia Faculatis INV: ittcn in hcroic couplct, rcprcscntativc ol' 'l'hc llcstoralionl l l wcnt to thc annual lair. .lalm-s XVarsaw was thcrc. Littlc .Xllic liunic By thc light of thc moon XVas combing his coal-hlack hair: liomly. hc got drunk. lfcll on Longi-st's trunk: Longcst sncczctl .Xml l'cll on his km-cs. .Xml what llt'C2lllll' ol' l3ONDl'lll'Nli? tliomlurant-poctic liccnscj .Xllcclionatcly contrihutccl by om- who has passctl oll Political Scicncc. Math. aml Latin. i 'l'onfpiin Stovall: "Boys, l'm in loxc." I 1 - Prlyfr flllr' Ilfrllfllwl 'l'l1'r11t.11 SI llll Pm Apnlngg At tho last mooting ol' tho Annual Stall, whon a linal roviow ot' tho matorial was mado, wo disoovorod muoh to our chagrin that unoonsoiously many gross omissions had boon mado. This ol' oourso is a mattor ot' doopost and bittorost disappointmont. XVo havo boon laboring from dowy' morn until lato al'tor dark trying to got an ao- ourato portrayal ot' ovory-day "lilo Miss" lil'o, and to disoovor at tho last nlomonl that wo ovorlookod ontiroly somo ol' tho most prominont l'oaturos is indood "sorrow's crown ol' sorrow." Our sin is untorgivablo, but wo bog to otl'or this wholly inado- quato apology and to briofly montion bolow somo ot' tho omissions wo havo uogli- gontly mado. Our allontion is oallod to tho l'aot that wo havo slightod somo mombors ot' our doar lfaoulty. XYoll, "Yos, Yosf' by tho patohos in old Horaoo's brooohos, wo did. 'l'horo is Bondy. Novor would it havo dono to slight Bondy in our Annual. l"il'toon rahs t'or tho Gods who put us noxt to this bol'oro it was too lato. Aloo has boon with us ovor sinoo I-'ob. 3, I801. lt is intorosting to boar him toll all about how oollar buttons woro tirst introduood into tho "Glo Miss" studont body ninotoon yoars botoro tho Moxioan War. l3ondy's long suit is hoss tradin.' "I.ot'in" tthat is. in undor- standablo I-Inglish, Latin! is moroly a tomplo in whioh ho linds rost and rofugo lor his woary soul at'tor a long day spont out in tho sordid world amid tho fovor and trot ol' horso spot-ulation. Somo oldor mombors ot' tho Faculty may romombor tho dashing stood, tionoral, which ho purohasod about a quartor ol' a oontury ago. Tho tionoral booamo ill-disposod somo tow months baok and liondy was oxpooting tho old follow to kiok tho buokot at almost any momont. tlonsoquontly, with that lcoon, ponolrating forosight whioh ho usually oarrios in his insido vosl pooliot liondy shrowdly manouvorotl through a doal by whioh ho gavo ono hundrod dollars boot and swappod oll' tho tionoral l'or "lfov'orit" tin plain linglish, Favoritol. 'l'ho nimblo thirty-two your old ooll, which so gallantly oonvoys him pro and oon ovory Sunday .-X. M. l"ov'orit is immonsoly moro klosilaal tin plain linglish, olassioall than tho tlonoral. His llorio limbs, his ltoman noso, tho dolioalo poiso ot' his tail, and tho outstanding synnnotry ol' his protruding ribs prosont a liguro simplo in all ol' its klosikal grandeur. 'I'hon too, tht-ro is "l3ish." Novor would it havo dono to havo torgotton llavid Horaoo in this Annual. Whon liish twinos his logs around oaoh othor about a dozon limos, throws his lowor jaw out ol' goar, takos his glassos oll', hooks thom ovor that tooth on tho bottom row, and bogins a looturo on old Bill Wordsworth's Tintorn Abboy, you may as woll oomtortably arrange yoursolt' for an hour's nap. Bish bo- oomos unusually oloquonl ovor suoh romarkablo litorary aohiovomonts as "Will Thoro Bo Any Stars in My Crown," "Bringing in tho tlhoosof' "No Not Ono," and "tIasoy .lonos." Ho t'rooly statos that anyono who oannot approoiato lbanto's Thanatopsis hasn't muoh ol' tho poot in him. 'lmor Northrop: "Going to Col't'oex'illo Saturday." f ---+g.Y.. ...- . , ,AFFYWL .,Y, - A ,Mx-. I awe Une Hundred Twenty-eight Again, there is "Shorty" Griffith, whom we forgot to mention. Shorty is a regu- lar little steam engine in breeches when it comes to work and to "busting" Fresh- men. Just give him about three chances and he will thin out a bunch of Freshmen until there isn't even a shadow left. Shorty teaches Biology which is a science of Life, that is, of plants, animals, squibs, men, and other bugs. Don't get too dismal an idea of Shorty now, because really he is a clever little duck. Only the other day we caught him with his feet on a table, smoking a cob pipe and reading a pink letter. So you see he is human just like the rest of us boys. Finally, there is Joe." If he tries to run over you with that little Ford of his, don't get mad because the poor old chump isn't responsible. His thoughts are far away in a more delightful realm. .loc has two fads, automobiles and stenographers. He also goes to the picture show very frequently to see how many Physiology stu- dents are loafing on him. .loc is an expert automobile driver. He has become so dexterous that he can handle a car almost perfectly with one hand. The above were about all of the most conspicuous Faculty omissions. There were others which we had to suppress because this is legislative year and we are afraid ot' public sentiment. We don't want the Red and Blue to be trailed in the dust. Pletcher was written up by a pre-med, but the printers write us that they cannot afford to run the risk attached to sending it through the mail. There were other omissions too beside members of the Faculty. For instance, we forgot to mention Gordon Hall, the home of democracy, free thought, cock-roaches, and pharmachutesg the Library, which is the nocturnal social center of the Universi- tyg and the slums of Chinatown down in the basement of the Peabody. VVe are sorry that these omissions occurred. lf it had not been for our own carelessness, these features would have received their due proportion of elaboration. -J. S. '16, I ll ll I Svnuuenir A ll.llg'I'l.Ilg pang of lonesomeness and pa1'n,' A thought of IIll.ghf-Tl!lI7l'-TPPPIIS, and faint regret: The moonlight yleamiizy softly through the lerwes- A All these can briny you lmclcgg Ayes, even yet. The wireless speech between fond looers' eyes .' The suhfluefl fruyrruzce of the l'lN'lll'llg flower: The lll.8fl1IIf whistliny of ll qlzclint old air! Still hriny you hack to mee Agwith subtle power. The llllll.fllNlUI'II7l.ll,S slul note at fIl7I.ll.glll-lllIIl',' The sweetened sorrow in ll face, leur-wet.' A lzeurt-break sohhiny from ll violin- ,-tll hrfny you huclf ft seems I l'lIIl'f foryet. -K. B. " Ivor-tor" Rice tSingingfday an-I nighti: "l W rut tolie1lllPOIl Of Vanity Fair." -' I i ' J '1 Iblljlf 0110 Ilfmmlwcl Y'wf11,ty-711'11f' 'fri Y ' Y Y' '?f 1' ., RATBRN rrm Y w X , 1 J w si N, ,. .1 -"- , . w-5,1.k 5, ,C L -my ' x . T 4- f f1'lA..-ff- y. 725 A' 'Y"?Y?"'1.f- C' QA' 3.w ' -5 . A -1, T . ,.M. - TQ f J g w f f M 5 1543 V ,L ' " LA Y ff ' f . , , J T' x il KM w ,N i , 1751 VV V, ly is W, . Q if 1 ' ' ' 1 ' 3 f l W1 , .4 -3,25 ,V , , W Y I. 5 I Q P V, PI., Mi ,X T, ? I .L ,U 1' T lx 4- f 'ff' , It M , V fi 'N 'fi-rx Y'-'YY' T! nf, M ex. r - w - f V, ! M X i X TW .je .21 V N f K K -.K X fl' fdJW?ff"', " V wr ' !L A ,f x 1 lj f' A f tx gif. -if' I r - , Y 'fx , f- ff,-V. - f +- - xy, ,,m? " 1 J f tif 4' ' ' ' ff HF , X f ' , 'Wf N Q x ' 7D'f-54 Wf , flA,g,0! 1 ' ' ' . :Q. -- W , i VV T K XY ' 5 57' ++l?? X ' x4Q. IBSCQDQJKQ THE JFCQDLUTIRZUFJEE 1 Y uv limlm-y 1"L0l'fl, J Brooks: H 1,llllI!? Olll' Hundrvd Thirty 1 PM i X , f W lx N I I W 1 , N N v M M V M Y v H N II 1 x DELTA KAPPA FZPSILON Nl'-' ' '-'7" ilfff' , ,, , f , , W" '7 77.1" I Willie" Black: "Y0u're disgracefully ignorm It ' Pmff Um' Ilnnalrfrr' Thi fl Brita Kappa 3 pzilnn Fuumlcd at Yah' 1844 Q Qllyi Gl1gz1ptr1' FIQATIRIZS IN VHBH XX illizlm Iimlwurd Stunv NVillium lircwvr Iiowluml F1'z1l1ciS Hn-rrun liowluml David Gln-nu NL-ilSm1 lllullvy l. Hutchinson FliA'l'liIiS IN FACl.'L'l'ATE NXinl1Uz1vi1l Hccllc-Stun. A. B.. D. D., Prol'vSSm' ul' PhiloSophy uml ICthicS nry Minm'Fz1Scr. Ph. G ..... Dunn uml P1'ul'n-Ssm' of Pllznrnlzlcy I"liA'l'IiIiS IN l'NIVlCIiSl'l'A'l'H Law CLASS or 1916 Philip Avcry Stunc. A. B. CLASS UF 1917 Alba-rt Siclncy Kyiv. Jr. .1I1'cI1'f'1'1w Pa-tcr NVhitmun Iiowlund, Jr., H. S. Sf'1'm1r'1', Ll'fl'I'llflll'P. and AVIS Juscph Augustus Crislcr. Jr. Jorge Vastvllanosz "D0ggone it! dose w0r4lS are no gomlf' ...-2-4 Imgff- Our Hundred Thirty-tu'o l N W i! 1 SIGMA vm l 5 W, 'l'. B. Cl0vPl:1nd: HShIlf'kS, I'm going' to quif foolin' with girls 151311 Um llflzlflrnl lllll'fAIf'flIl'1'l' i A-fi V Y - V 1----1-+V-,X 11 M 1 Founflufl at Miumzn l'11ivcrsily. 1835 Eta Qlhaptrr FHATHES IN FREE Dr. E. N. Lowc Dr. A. A. Young L. P. Lcavcll L. C. Andrews . D. L. Ross .lamcs B. Lcavell 1 D. T. Czlrlvr U. VV. Lczlvcll V 1 FHATHHS IN FACl'L'l'A'l'E D. M. Kilnbrougll. A. B.. LL. B ....... . Prufvssm' of Law FIiA'1'liES IN l'NlVEl1SI'l'A'l'E Law Cmss OF 1916 Hurry M1-11-clitll Bryan. B. S. VVz1l10r C. Dom' Cmss mf 1917 Curvy Lvc liutclifl' Sviffrzwv, I.1'ff'1'uf11r'1', and Arls . Cmss or 1918 A George Bon Lumpton. B. A. H 1 A Anselnm Lam: "I'h:1t wmm't Ju." -"il 1 l 1 Pagz' Our HlllllIl'l'fI 1'l1irfy-foul' 'V V e w E W SIG NIA ALPHA EPSILON KL 7 ln2ll1l'0ll!'C Baskin: Watch out, Clown. l'lI knm-k zu llivkvy on Priya' Uni' HlL111l1'f"tl Thirty-ffl'C' 1 I H 1 .1 A A dl . Sigma Alpha Tpzilnn Foundvd ut l'1iivL-rsily ul' Alzlhzuuu. 1856 QEZIIIIIIIZI Lihaptrr FliA'l'liICS IN VHBIC Hugh Yusszll Souicrvillc Jzuuvs Slum: IA'lll IC. Uldliam Murray C. 1:2likl1l'l' XVilliauu C. Archihzllcl J. XV. 'l'. Fzilkucr. Jr. FHATHES IN l"ACl'L'l'A'l'E W Dzxvifl llulwlcm- Bishop. A. li. M. A.. PruI'cAssur ul' English Language and L11l'l'll1lll'L' Q Eflwulwl .hmm-s Iirwin, B. A. M. A .... Assislzuil P1'oI'c-sscwol' English il FliA'l'liICS IN rNiv1f:us1'1'.A'1'E ll Law CLASS ui-'1916 1i0Ul'gl' BL-un. B. A. CLASS or 1917 J. E. Brzuulcttc, Jr. .1 .11 Pd I.l'l.Il ff A CLASS UF 1916 1 XVillizuu E. Murphy J. H. Harris . 'i i CLASS or 1917 . 1 Robert VV. Smith l W Sl'ff'llC'l', Ll'fl'l'llflll'f', and Arfs CLASS OF 1916 1 J. E. Bramlettc, Jr. A A VV. E. Murphy i L. J. H. Harris ll 4 .lurge Pastellanosz "He's veddery good-he makes up his lessons in a veddery short time." Y 11314 Our I1u111Yrc'd Tlfirfy-.S1':1' KA PPA A LPIIA Dirk Busby: "XVhel'e you goin' tonight, R011 " 4 -d ul P11111 H111 llllmlruf Tlllrlf Lfinppa Alpha Founcle-cl all XXY2lS1l1l1Q1Ul1 K Lu- Vnivcrsily. 18133 . T Alpha Epailnu Qlhaptrr Fli.X'l'H1iS IN 1'i.kf:lvI.'1x.'YlN1': L. KCIIIIUII. M. S., Ph. ll. . . Pmfvssur ut' Physics and .Xstrunmny I H. Xvillslull. B. X.. M. X.. Ph. D. . . . . . P1'u1'0ssul' ul' Hisiurj Fli.X'l'liIiS IN l'NlYIiIiSI'l'.X'l'E Law Cmss or 19113 Sum C. Cook. H. S. f.112l1Il1l'l'S Pnltor. B. 5. S. B. 11110111218 Cluxss or 1917 C. NI. Murphy A. H. Pvvplvs .hum-S McClurc. Jr. Brllcr D. Nm-wsmm' .S'f'1'1'11rr', I.1'l1'1'ul111'1', and Arls Cmss mf 1918 Nilvs Muscly Hdwzlrcl Yvrgm-r .1l1'fI1'r'1'11r' Lmss nr 1911 Chzlrlcs H. Kirkpatrick .luv 1'U11lllI'1IZ " I 'Ill lunnesvovk-lumlvsvflvk als hell! " aye One Hundred Tlfirty-eight - O Mappa Sigma Founded at University of Virginia. 1867 FHATHES IN FACULTATE Alexander L. Bondnrant. A. B.. M. A., Profcssoi' of Latin Language and Literature John Clifton Cullcy, A. B.. M. D.. Assistant P1'01'CSS0l' of Minor Surgery and Physical Diagnosis FHATHES IN UNIVEHSITATE I Law Cmss OF 1916 J. Royston Gathings. B. S. Napoleon LePoint Czlssibry, B. S. Sl'I.l'l1f'l', Ll.ff'I'flllII'l', and Arts C1.Ass OF 1916 Nupolcon L1-Point Cassibry l'v1-1-'V Sillllilllillll 'tHe'S done nmrle :1 Uliristinn out of :1 Jew." Pngz' Ona Hzuldred Tllirty-Mille ,Q 'Tl 1,,,,,,.-- ,-fSi, ,+,,, -, Y XT - I I I I I I I ,N I I I I I I I I II I II I 1, I , II I II II II 2 , I. I 'I I I I ,I I II I II II I I I I I I I I I I I I N , I I I I I UNIVERSI rx' ORCHESTRA I I ni. Y I IJ1'.Fz11'1ey: 'fSee'? See? See? See? 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H 11 jf' Our' IlN'llIlI'I'1l Fo '11 QQK THE JEHJEDJIH ocial ACtlvitiQS Nliss Nlurgie l':'1l'kS: " 'Tain'f no Such thing. Pugh Ulla' Hlllfl7l'l 17 1"lIl'fAll-fll'0 4 l l 1i w RED AND BLUE CLUB l'rnt'. Griffith: "'l'h:1t happens in tho be-st nf rvgulzntwl families, you know." 171.111 Un: llllnflrrfl I"o1ll1 fllf 1 1' Qlvh amh 151119 Qlluh i Purposv: Tho promotion of u spirit ol' qu-utvi' unilv iii tlu- stucli-nl lmomly ol' tho l'iiivi-rsity ol' Mississippi: tlic rlcvulopim-lit ol' an slrouffm school spiritg :mil thc losli-ring of gmsoil-fvllowsliip and Zlllllly. .llolloz ll's allways luir wczltliur wlicn good fcllows got lUgl'lllL'l'. b Colors: lic-cl :xml Blur. Iii-el :xml Blum-1.1umm-m'i-im-nl liznll Li-il by L. T. Kim-unnon. l'rcsiilm-nl. xvilli Miss Ni-ll Cxnrlcr ol' Columbus, Miss. OFFICERS L. T. lilxmxxox .... .... I '1'f's1'fl1'111 Ii. C. Hl..xc:Ks'l'ox1-3 . . .... l'I'f'I'-1'I'l'Sl.l1l'lIf H. C. lvlCIJliUll .... .S'r'1'1'r'lul'y and Tl'I'llSlll'I'1 MICMISICHS lf. C. Blaiclistoiic' A. S. Kylc. Jr. H. M. Bryan NV. L. McCullough li. M. Brimlgclortli A. Mclnnis O. C. Carr. Jr. H. C. McLi-oil N. L. Cussilmry C. ll. Murplicy li. H. Crook li. L. Oliva-r NV. C. Dcur P. NV. liowluml. Jr. VV. G. Hairston li. H. Sll2lClilL'l.Ul'll L. T. KIIICIIIIINJII J. P. Stom- VV. H. XVootcn HONORAHY NIENIBICIRS Gi-orgv Bonn J. li. Czitliings .l. E. Brumlettc J. H. Harris C. VV. Brunson VV. E. Murphy S. C. Cook. Jr. Phil Stonc J. C. Cutrer A. C. XVing l . , , , .lo1'g'e Vzistellaiios: "That puderofessor has not :1 liver of sonsi I I flu: ffiliffffmf ffflrfllffflllf' i NIOR 4 A . i Ujk, V W X -xxi -. , x 'V' 1 . XA ' r V. V : r ,X RVN X i 35' L, w j X ,. W' , f X '9 1 "' xv! Y' i lx s Y- , L , 1 if 0 Ihr Bhminr Elialrnm Qlnnunittrv .l. Ii. lirzlinlollv. Cllzuirlnzun li S. llzirris I.. 'lf Killtillllllbll li. XY. Slllilll .l. lf. I.zili4l1'l'4l:llc Nliss l':iiZ2liH'lil CiliSlll. Sponsor ssllzurulyil Si1iyll1v.M:1irl Nliss Ilzilliv 'l'l':il'lm1. Nlzuial Nliss lim-In-cvzn llzlrdy. Maid Bliss Lucillm- lluln "IM-fl" Iiowlinz "Aw, Dim-k, th:it's :ill lint :ning ,, if ,fir Page Une Hzcnflrml l"orfy-fiz , ,Q id ' an .5 W ' Q n ik v f. 139, 5. J .. 1, X ,, - f X' YN 3' Q- H ' ix wa 5. J, y . I 1? 1 621 '? V A, 1 X if , ,I , , a nik: ' . w W I 1 Fitz Hu A A . M JUNIOR PROM COMMITTEE +3 I I N J , ,-,. W' rqzmz " If ymfve gut 2'lllf'fllill,Lf tu vat, shox' - if this way." I lllllfl In 41 I' urfzl NIJ vfg. wg .f L.. fx ..+, f "s'?if l if a AEN UUTLA VV l'0MMI'1"1'l'IE 1 3lfl'll'kC "Come III, old mznn, llllll mznke- yuurs -It llllSl'l'Illvll'. I'uIf1w U1 try I. , I , gif I Js X' 'an J ,,'.1 , I hr Gbutlnmn ' ,'Q-753235 Oscar fi2ll'l'. Cilllil'lll2lll NX. L. Nltfillllibllgll XV. ll. xvilfltbll If 111111111111 lforfg , - U . I U ss fum If lls Spun ss XIII I SIIIIIIHIIII IN N ss liIIllI Smxtlu Nlllll .X. II. Xvlllh Lilillllll' 's P lim-I' Mis: ' - -vim-vc Il .' sI-I' I .' -. 'laid .Ii.'.' .' 0' -. I I' Miss Ida Fraiicvs fHiVl'l'. Maid Miss .xllllil Neal. Maid If-Il" ' 1 '1 : "Sal: I . wh, we gut :I flat- " I Edit?" HICII III son I ke II Ix1tI toni 4j 14 fjlll H111 nlrf rl I"UI'f-Il -ffjlllf L v '. ,, We -ll- Fla 1' x 154 H. :X Hum? 1 4 i. 4' ill? R 1 'ff' 92922 w ' 2, 5.-,., 'ng f- M'-.' K 'af 15.24 , -. ..l""' ll1'lbl'Lfl' I "m'l'0Hf01' ' " Ill, You Um lllfflrl I I I Ihr Girlz' Glntillinn Qlluh UI"FlCI'1liS Miss Ninn Smmwvilli '.... . Prvsiclc-nl Miss Ii2ltl'ill2l llzirln-I '.... . Yik'l'-Pl'LNl1illll Miss Iislvllc- Ulclhanm .... . . . Svc Miss Virginian 'l'mvns1-ml . . 'l'l'a-zusiiwi' LICS lJ.XNSI'Il'SliS Missvsi Anim- HZll'Ii4'l' lislvlli- Hlalliznm livzi Bryzin Victoria: Hlfllizmi Lucillm- fluiiiplwll .Xlillv Huy liznlriiizi Czurlm-1' Sluzirl S1llI4ll'l'SUll ifllivl I'iUSil'l' Ninn SHlIll'I'N'iiil' L2llll'il' limllmlcl Virginian 'lbwlisviifl Ili-In-ii lluymis Ili-lc-ii Trigg fil'l'il'llli1' Imssilvi' Maury Pzuym- XYvl1cl4'l Szlllic- Murrzxy XYilkilis Iriiik iillNii.YC ' ' AW llfly.iiPii1'Yl" Iliv iih- gn! I 1' 1,fil'i. i i ,.,.,..,,.,1 ,rl Q, ,-A .. A, , K A , ,1-.-, ,Y -..YY ,g.,.----,a..a-va-X X is .- lillffto One' Ilfottlrfci Fifty tt it P V it it k Brilliant Affair nf this Ihirtg-tirnt On the evening of February thirty-tirsl thc spacious hulls ot' Gordon Hull wvrv thrown opcn to thc gucsts :mtl visitors ot' thc Arnzs and the iiilllltllll lflub. Nt-vcr ht-tore. in tht- history ot' tht- institution. has such am :isst-mhtzigc ot' notahlcs gaitliciwct to do homugc to thc Goddess of tho Dzliicu. Promptly ut tht- hour ot' ton. thc tzimous Stctsoli Hat Band struck up thc inspiring strztiii. "hi Unions rlihCl'l' is Stlltllgtiln and the gut-sts t'ormt-ft tor tht- grzmtt imircli. To miss Lttltlldl'iG' Marque and Mr. Syllc Asst- wt-rc givcn thc honor to It-:ut thc hrillizmt stroll. XVould that wt- haul spucc to toll ot' that womlrous gowns worn by the hcuutiful vis- itors. many ot' thcm ttht- gownst In-ing importul tlircctly from Paris, Ti-nn. Among thosc so tortumitt- :is to ht- incluctt-ct upon thc invitation list wvrc: Miss lmu Skrcvm with Mr. Dirtt-igli Sliayim' Miss Kutyc Dydftc with Mr. Kmiwly XVritch Miss Ducltlys Doc with Mr. I. XVrckon St-w Miss Hula B. Durnotl with Mr. XVt-llilt- IS. Dmniwd Miss Many B. liougc with Mr. C. C. Pyll Miss Ht-lt-ii Blum-s with Mr. Tolluhlc Poo Miss XVhooplz1 Kytlclt- with Mr. Hmmm Egguvs Miss Ima Phulc with Mr. Ivo ltytop Miss Kissmt- Kwick with Mr. Nix Fziironc Miss 'l'ighth-igh Lzlct-tt with Dr. Amos Slit-ctvi' Miss Sczmily Iilzutrl with Mr. lgnztlz BQIIX'-1101110 Miss Iillzi Vzttor with Mr. Epsomc Szlltz Miss Surt-ly Bough with Mr. tlvzu Crook Miss Luna 'l'iq1u' with Prof. C. XVlmt:iw:ul Miss Lziumlrir iVI2ll'tIllt' with Mr. Syllt- .Xssv Clizipt-rom-s: Mr. :mal Mrs. Pzirtt-ft xVltllCl'. Mr. :md Mrs. Lookout lioizc-. Mr. :md Mrs. Guilt-igh livclvctct. Dr. and Mrs. Coll U. Mt-ll. i I1'1-4-slm :un Bake-r: "Wou't you tl2lll4'0 with mt-?' Page Our Hunflrfd Fifty-0 716 f 'X N, f Q Q X 1 1 VW V 'Z' Y vw W vm 'Hi fd . -X K Wjfi' j X 1 Nh.. S ' AIX N fx 0 I We--.. .. Q , V W 0 I . - ur -- yx X4 JNNQS- A V cb , R , 113 df. J w 7 ii 'W ' 55 4... .. 'XJ' in ,nj I A V' vi -T! My 4-1 X X C ,A 2,1 1. ly . 'Q'-, X 5, guy. .- . y H ij-7,5 iii, ' -fNgf'1Y'?'N f'1fTf'WlNl, ' .5j":i,.y,! X : Z 1'Ii"j" ' - ' ' f -'ff' :ff 42513. ' ff' ?-p4 V 'UU ,ii if f gf Q, , . fi U-U bJffif71'Hf2l1iW-H , . -i f .i 3' W f . -..gg f 55.51 -1, ,Z +L- --"gi f .fd- , i X XV V ff-ps L ff N ,, -as ,f ,, , .v-A, xv -da r? JK A Y ' X ff ,iff . W if '1fff'U,Wl"y1'1,,L .5-" ,S 1 ' f . f" ,' X7 . + ' 'fjfw'5 "A ' 'ff' , if H41"fff'n' f' '-f fff 1 "" . 'fn 4'l f'-7' w' W4-1' V 'A' "1 5' 1 .IQ'E i4"E Ll if ig?-if 4- 'f .44 NX f .524 J! if XY, X 'W ' " ? 'fx ' X 6 ! ' ffl' A fix Cf! Vw A 4: x. 90165. THE SHXVIH Wurd Gidden: "You're vrazy as thunder." i N W w 4 H I V W N N I i 1 1 Ptljlt' U1 If H11111l1'r1l lsfflfjl-fIl'LI i , fl 31-""v Frvslnnmml Gidden: "SIN was leavin' 1 ffl F5 Q I 9 Nl Ci W1 .. Q 1 1 Q! N 1 1 IN I 1 N 1 it nf in l'rI41f1 H111 ll If 1 I flfll mhvrr mnmvn Huis Prctticst Musl IJUIHIIIII' Dz1i11li1-sl Xvillivsl .Iullivsl B1-sl I,2lllL'1'l' B1-st .Xllllvlv Biggvsl Flirl Must .XlI1'z1cIix'1- Swu-lvsl Culm-st H1-st All-1'c111111l Biggvst IIO:11'l S 151-st Sl111lv11I 111a1sl11' lJ1111gl:1s1 QL-MW 1t1'111l1- I Nl ,ussihl urgic- I'11l N I lllllL'l' 4 N11l1l111 I llll I1- I141fll141ltI iz 4-1 I,x.1 B1 F 'x 5 1 'l'c1w11 1111! I'lli1- ,Im-l 1 l'1ll11 Iil'1111Ixs .Iullm s I 1 ll1'll4l1 I,z1ss1l11 IIIIIIIDIQ M113 I llll lm' I1mIl141I1I Nl J. 2lI'QIl' I IIIN D 1 .Xl1111- !11x '4 llsm ll 1114l Nl1111i1 NI111 111 1 5 I111 I11111g11sf: " l"111' 111st:1111'f-, .111 1ll11sf1':1t11111 l1k1- TIIIN I4 IX II II T110 Hil If I N i 1 'aye One Hundred Fifty-fou,r ESPTLIDPIIT C6nuv1'nn1vnt NIAlNllli PARKS XYIIHSINIA Towxsl Muay Bum: LUNG, Prcsidcllt . Sfzzior . . . . .lunior 'IND . . SUIIIIUIIIUIV' IJm'm,.xs 0l,slzN PIQAXICI. Gl'Y'l'0N . . . l"1'1'sl1111u11 S1H'l'I.ll1 SfIll1!'IIfS' Rz'p1'c's1'11If1l1'1 u l'fl'1lI'l'SI'Il fulim' lf1'p1'r's1'11lrzlim 1fl'1lI'!'Sl'1lIUIIUIN' lf1'p1'1's1'11lulim' J 1 Prof. Iirwin: "'l'h:1'r':4 good. Tl1:1t'S good." gl Page One Hundzwl Fifty-five KODAKS I W 5 5 Max Scobey: "Take it outside. ' ' J I' if'f11-.w'.1' ffl Una' 1141111111 ' Mlss Mlss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss o o me Ao MmmmmulmmmmmmmHmummmmMmmMMmmmmumuwwuu OFFICERS BliliNlC1li .louxsox PI'!'Sl.lIl'l1I Ilom M,xl-3 B1..xN1is . . X?l'l'P-IJI'I'Sl.!II'lIi MAXlii1IIi Pwlis . . Sf'f'l'l'flll'y S'l'l'.Xli'l' Ssxxnlfnsox . . T1'r'us111'1'1' mmMmmmmmmw414lmum4uum.L CHAIRMAN OF COMMI'l"l'HICS Exllm' Isll-Lm.15s'roN . . Iiihlf' Pmm. Ul'Y'I'UN . . 111.331.1111 Vmulxlsx 'l'owNs1cNn . . Sllflnlll EI,l,Ili .lrs'1'1cn . . . Allzlwlzk-s I.utll01' Nlvrrillz t'Shlll'Pt. boy, 1l0ll'i sznvv tllzlff " I Page Uno Hundred lfvlfty-.servf ,, ,, fn, Y - N r 11 5 H Y. W. C. A. CABINET R Nlnlvohn Lawrence: "Come here, -Fl'9Shll1HI1 Page One Hundred Fifty-eight f- J 32, I I , l A I . ,lg if 1 Z '21 1 xg w' . ri "OLE MISS-ES" ll -Y ,, 'l'e1hly Ilelgason: "Find a fish and let 's go to the sl Page One Hundred Fifty-nine I I "1 1 W, 4 1 N I 1 U U ffwwfrm M U N yu V RICK'S HALL Freshman Harris: "Shoot the skids and ducks on the zip." 3 1 W I Page One Hundred Sixty "TH E BLUES" w un l":1nt Cor-krell: "I used to be polite at meals I tl U HH Gln-? im Eankrt Eall 'ram GW I I l WI l I I I I l I IXEIN 'N E-3 P7 D ll D all XX IIIIWHIIIIIIII 1 tl 1111111910 Ilrlfl Hur llfmflfwfl NI-,ff-I1-fH'0 -ie A 3 '5- rb, 1. ,Q 4, PYNWBD - ' 'p V""'I-UV l JL .Iulm Wnugln l'!lL:l'l'Z "Nun, I mv:ul I mls Hum ll I l TEAM BALL JHASKET 0 El 4 1 Primm Um Hum! I N lffl if is ii i 1 I hr Gram i Miss Hlliv Jl'il'I', . g Fo1'wa11'1l Miss Douglas Olson , Fm'wzu'd Miss Hvclyn Shipp g Fm'wn1'1l Miss Mzn'giv Parks g Sidm- Cc-lit:-1' Miss VCIIIHI liuhinsun Jumping Cl'lliL'l' Miss Evan Bryan SnhSi4h- Cciitn-1'z1ml ilnznwl Miss Dorn Mau- Blanks Guard Miss Glzulys Bryan Guznwl Y' g7P2I5U1I'5 iKrrnrh Cn-Hllsm . 37 W g Oxfam! High 13 Co-Edsw 36 g XVinunz1 High 18 C0-lids M 36 Xxvilltlllil High lfi Cu-Hclsg g g 32 Mvniphis Ca-ntrzil High 15 Cu-Emls iigg g gill g g Uxfmwl High gg 15 Cu-Hclsg I9 , Jackson KTQ-nn.D High ll Total Pninlsgllo-Ecls: 171. Oppcnn-nts: 90 Miss .IL-tcr. Captain. scurul 115 of Co-lids Puints i 1 I V in ggw-g gg I Huh lieisenbergerz "Boy, you ought to see that follnw ilnwn in Natchez." 11 1111111111 J Nf,I'fAlf-fhlllll' HER: YOU ARE Come GIT JOUR AF FlNl1'y .Q Hllwr Smith: "'l'hat'S :I lift10 girl l'v0 bevn knnwin gg fm' Stilllt' ti I 84 l 4 X 1 WWWWWWW 0015 THE SEVENTH IIHN1lIlIIlHIIIIIUHlIIIHNWIIIIIHHIIIIHWIIIINHIIIIHHHIIIIIHNIIIIHWI Clubs and Organizations WWWWWWWWWW D Page Um' Hvlnrllwfl Si.rfy-.Sim I x H W H I N w SCRIISBLERS Ol" SIGMA UPSILON l"l'wl IH-ll" ' l 'vst knmx' that NYUIIIIIII is wininw to Ill at mc . PN Pllfff' Ullf' H?lNrIl'f1fZ Sixty-SC'UC7l fl Founded at University of the South. 1906 l Col01'sA0livc Grccn and Old Gold FIUll71'I'4J0I1fIlli1 lx tl . 1 , Svrrrhhlvrn Glluh . il OFFICERS R. H. SH..xc:K1.E1-'onli . ..... ...... I Jresident il C. H. MVHPHEY . ...... S0f'1'ff1'c11'y and Treasurer MEMBERS Prof. D. H. Bishop Prof. A. L. Bondurant ll Prof. VV. L. Kcnnon Prof. E. J. Erwin H. H. Shacklc-ford C. H. Murphey li. S. Harris VV. M. Hccd A VV. L. Fingcr H. M. Bryan il A. S. Kylc VV. VV. Robinson l .I. A. Crisler P. VV. Hmvlnnd. Jr. ll ll HOLL OF SIGMA UPSILON il Sophcrimsllnivcrsity of thc S0Llil1-ASOXVZIHCC. TL-nn. Calumet-Vundcrbilt l'nivt-rsitygNushvillc. Tenn. Osiris-Handolph-Macon CollcgcwAslilund, Va. N Scnior Hound TablcAl'nivt-rsity of ciC0l'gl2lfiAtllCl1S, Ga. l Odd Nllll1lJC'I' ClubAl'nivL-rsity of North C2lI'0llllllACllEl1JCl Hill. N. C. Boar's Hezul-'l'1'z1lisylvuniu Lnivcrsity-Lcxington, Ky. ll Scribblcrs-I'nivcrsity of MississippiAOxford. Miss. 1 Kit Kat--Millsaps College-Jackson. Miss. v Sourz1bsAUnivcrsity of Toxusw-Austin. Texas. Scribes--Univcrsity of South CZlI'0llllZlfcfllllllllllkl., S. C. i Coifcc House-Emory Collcgcaflxford, Ga. l Fortnightly Club-Trinity CC!llL'gltfDlll'llZllll, N. C. AtticAUnivc-rsity of AlilllillllZlTTllSC2ll00S2l-, Ala. Grub Strcct-Univcrsity of VVz1shington-Sonttlc. YVash. t t x 1 Gordon Hope-Colln-gc xyvllllillll and MaryAVVilliznnsburg. Va. A Blue PC'llCll+D2lN'lilSlJIl Ccalla-gcADz1vidson. N. C. Sphinx-Humpdcn-Sidney CCJllL'gL'fH2lll1lNlQll-SlGIICY, Va. Yo Taburd Inn-Lnivcrsity of 0I'Cg0fl+Ellgt'I1L'. Oregon. t'opl1" Anderson: "Let my little pet alone out tlwr.-gl 'll put Friday on you." Page 0110 Hundred Sixfy-eight 1 H M N w w , N 'l X 1: px I x 11 fa 5 l ' V 1 Y. M. C. A. CABINET Sidney Glass: "Who got my light?" Palm' Um' Hunrll tgnung 1UHPu'5 Glhriatiam Azznriatiun WHHtfwitHWHHtitttttttizittNWHtlttilitltWitttttltttlittvlttttiitf? CABINET L. L. M.xn'1'lN . ..... . . . Pl'l'Sl.f1l'I1f VV. IiiiNim.xI.I. . J. P. Sroxii . . J. J. V.x1.iiN'r1Nli Jl'1.l.xx SHEBRUIJ . . T'1'f'fA'-I'1'1's1'fIv11I . . . . . T1'f'ux111'1'1' . . IfI'f'UI'f1l-Ilfj S1'r'1'v!u1'y . . . . Hihlv Sfmly T. H. Mi'1'f:Hl-11.1. . . .JI!'1I1I7f'I'SlII.1l S. L. Buoxrg . . . . .Jll'I'lil.I1f1S L. T. Kixmxxux . . Social XV. M. HE:-:n . . . . . Jlzzszk F. S. Mf:CunKl.lf1 ..... S 'f'I'l?l'l'f' lftn' H. Ll-3u.x'l'l-3 . . . . UI'l1I'I'll1 SI'f'I'l'lillI'!f Anclcrson. C. A. AlltiCI'S0l1, VV. H. Atkinson. E. L. Aycock. D. B. Bankston. H. J. Boll. VV. D.. .Ir. Black. J. B. Boonc. S. L. Brown. J. N. Bryan. H. M. Cassibry, N. L. Clcvcland. C. M. Clcvc-land. T. B. Crook. B. H. Finger. VV. L. Funclcrburk. J. M. Farr. F. A. Gillcspic. VV. M. Grant. B. S. Hlnnc. L. Jacob, B. C. Johnson, D. B. Jones, L. B. Kcndall, S. W. Kincannon. L. T. it am " Y "i wg- ii "iv Til' 1,3 1ii'i!i1.tt.' COUNCIL MEMBERS Kyiv. A. S. Martin. L. L. McCall. D. A. Nlt.'COI'kiL'. F. S. McLt-ml. H. C. Mcliancy. E. B. Mitclicll. T. H. Mnrplicy. C. H. Nason. B. H. Nvwsmn. B. D. Parks. O. F. Hainwatcr. P. L. Bt-cd. NY. M. Bohvrts. G. C. Sliacklt-t'or4l. B. H. Shcrrml. J. Slnitli. O. F. Stonr, J. P. Stovall. A. Sweat. N. S. Tubb. T. B. Valcntinc. J. J. VVright. D. S. Young, F. VV. Bliss "t'1'ic'ket" Fass: "Prof, Erwin, I'd rather not reafl this theme. p- V f A M ... - V rw NJ 'YI v 2 Q. 1,0 Il 1-1s- If I I W I X gi RX WFT V, Ifi ' v I I XXX X I 45.516- l y S I ILM rib QQQQQQQQQQIQQQQQ I I I1 XII tlt I II 111 'fill Hllnalf' - .3 -2 as ,- . 'vu - -. -.J A s.f L Q- .1 ...- 41 A2 .... ,- .L 94 D4 1 1. Z 41 ,w JL. 'ff .- A .va ..... ,vi - ' V w 's Nl:n'gi1- T':l1'k:-1: "'Ifmx 11'-v' Ju um' Page Our Hundrrfl SM-wnfy-fllrra Mvrmzwan Dlitvrarg Svnrivtg L. B. Joxrzs . J. P. STONE . J. VV. CRENS H.xw D. li. Jouxsox JVLIAN SHEHHUI1 VV. D. BELL, Jn. .Il'l.1.xN SHENHUD J. P. STONE . J. J. V.xI.l-:N'l'lNE OFFICERS RHHWIINNNNWQIIIHNI I"l'l'Sf Y,l'l'lI1 S1'f'o11d TI'l'lIl Third Tvrm vm-- Vicc Vicc Prcsident Pl'L'SillClll SUCI'Ct2ll'y Prcsidcnl -Prcsidcnt Sc-crc tu ry Presidcnt Prcsidcnt S1-crm-tal ry "Punch" Ivy: "How about Z1 0hew?" -4 II lllmflrf J Nfr'r1fl.r1ff'o1l1' lgrrnizwan Eitvrarg Svnrirtg ANN IVERSARY SPI+1AKEliS HNHHH!NNIMHH4i1HHW'iW5 L. B. JON!-is . AlIlII.IIl'I'SllI'I.llI1 T. H. IVIl'rc:11l-zu. . . Firxl Orulor J1'l.lAxN Sl'lliRli0Il . . Szfvmul fjfllflll' Ihr, Swan " Now tllvy 410 this xx ny in Illv l1ul'tIwru lu1lx'vl'siti1-S. 'EPIIIIIZIPZIII Eitrrarg MEMBERS Aycock, D. B. Hanks. XV. C. Buukslon. II. J. 1 131-lk. It M. Bc-ll. NV. D.. Jr. Bl'2llllll'tll'. J. Ii. l31'zu1clou.C. H. I5l'icl.Ql'0l'ill. li. M. 1 Bryan. II. M. Busby. li. C. 1 . v Lussllmry. N. L. 1 V Cn-11sI1z1w. J. XX. llvuvurs, IS. M. Dixon. D. F. Fvuus. Jm' P. Cuthiugs. J. li. I I llm-ulvy. .X. lu. ivisvllln-l'gc-1'. H. E. iillcspiv. VV. M. 1 HUITJIIQ. J. K. Ilvslvr. C. L. Hullslull. H. Huggins. I. C. Jacob, li. C. Johnson. D. Ii. Junos. L. B. Iicmlzlll. S. XV. Pflyff' fill! Svnririg Iiylu, F. M. Kylc. S. II. Lu Hum: li Lc'uvull. L. U. . B. Lung. C. li. Long. II. .X. Marlin. L. L. McCall. D. A. lXIL'Cllll'l'., J.. Jr. NICIJUIIZIIII. D. M Mitcllvll, 'lf II. Mosvlvy. Nilvs Murphy. C. M. N1-wsmu. IS. D. PUHS. T. C. Shl'l'l1I2lll.. T. ll. Slu-rrml. Jllliilll Simrull. J. Skiuuvr. F. Ii. Slum: J. P. Stovall. B. C. Iulmlcr. D. M. Tulmlm. T. H. Vzllc-lllilw. J. J. XVllilXVlDl'tll, II. L VVrigl1t. D. S. Young. F. XV. Gragnou: "Warner dame? H111 Un: Iflt7t4I1'f'lI S1-I'f'l1fy-.si.1' Evrmzwan ikiatnrg 'f lllllllllllllllllllllllillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll When it is written ot' an organization that its year's work has been marked by i an increased enrollment, absolute harmony and a brimming over interest, it is but stating the necessary conclusion to say that the organization has enjoyed a year of Constructive Work. redounding to the honor ot' the organization, and resulting in inestimable benetit to its members. Such a record can be achieved only on the basis of an "l'pward and Onward" slogan: and such has been the motiving animus of the l-lermaean Literary Society during the present session: and the result has been the best and most successful year for the Society in over a decade. Starting the year under the presidency of Lewis Barrett Jones, the Society soon manifested an intention to make the session one of acermmplishment: and under the guiding genius of Daniel ltupert .lolmson, who assumed the presidency at the begin- ning ot' the Second Term, the Society more than maintained the interest shown at the beginning ot' the year, and sustained its purpose of accomplishing something: and, at this writing, the year is being brought to a highly successful close under the able administration of Julian Sherrod, the Third Term President. Briefly stated, the most important achievements of the session are the arranging of the Inter-Society Debates between our Society and Phi Sigma: the creation ot' the Debating Council in conjunction with Phi Sigma, through which debates with Missis- sippi College, Millsaps and A. X M. have been arranged as permanent events: and the placing of the Mississippian on a solid working basis. The tirst ofthe inter-society debates saw victory perch on the Hermaean colors, .l as the result ot' the invincible efforts of Harry M. Bryan, I.. O. Leavell and ID. B. Ay- cock. The second debate saw Dame Victory change her mind, and give the honors lo our rivals: but not until .l. J. Valentine, Sam W. Kendall and Burns M. lleavours had made a light worthy ot' their foemen's steel. The third of these debates is to be staged sometime in May. Our representative against Mississippi College is Sam W. Kendall: and .lulian Sherrod and IJ. li. .Xycock will carry our colors against Millsaps and A. S M. re- spectively. ln these men, we believe that we have representatives who will win for Ole Miss and llermaeanz if they do not, it will only be on account of the fact that it was written that Ole Miss should not win at any odds. llermaean llay was appropriately celebrated on February 22nd: and the Society acknowledges its appreciation of the beautiful vocal and musical numbers rendered on that occasion by Misses Yallie llolmes, l-Iva Bryan and Annie Fulton Hume. The speakers of the day were the President, IJ. lt. .lohnson: Thomas llerron Mitchell and .lulian Sherrod, the orators t'or the celebration: and Barrett Jones, the .Xnniversarian. A llermaean conceived the plan for placing the Mississippian on a better work- ing basis: and the Constitution adopted for that purpose is largely the result ol' his labors. This man is J. Pitman Stone, who has also done able work, along with D. ltupert Johnson, as our representatives on the Debating Council. All in all, the llermaean Society has experienced a year of splendid and encourag- ing success: and the prophesy is contidently made that the day ol' indifference to the work of the literary societies has passed forever at Ole Miss: and that the future holds in store the greatest degree of success for the organizations which are striving it to give their members training in the all important art of forensic speaking. -I.. ll. .l. 'lti. Miss Castello Gould: "Hood marrning'." Page One Hundred Sc'venty-seveoz SOCIETY G M A LITERARY SI I PH I Miss Luville f'n1npbeU: "I 1IifIn"r think that Of y01." f w l'fryn' One Hundred Svz'e1:tyAe1'gl1f 1313 Sigma Eitrrarg Svnrivtg X. M H .1 L VV. H. ANnIf:nsoN E. L. ATKINSON XV. B. ATKINSUN J. B. B1..xc:K . . .I. M. C.XNll'lSl-1l.l, . L. N. MlIXx'll4Jli'I'l V li. H. Nxsox . I. B. f.I.I'.XI'.I.ANIJ L. ll. Mc:lCl,nm' QL.. ,i.,....- , iii ,- ,-..,, 'IH OFFICERS 1llI!IlH1llIIUWlIIH First Tvrm Svvnlzrl Tvrln Third TPVIII Vicc Vicc 7. X lcv- Pre-sidcnt -President Socrctawy Prcsiclcnl -Prvsidclll Sm' rc 1:1 ry lJl'l'Sidl'lll l,l'L'Silll'lll S1'L'l'0fZll'y 77 .linnnio f'u-nslmw: "Say do you know Miss Sn-:nnl'S+ at Holly Springs? Puyv 0116 Hundred Serv Y fi U ii 1, ,. 1 1 W i i W, i, lglpi gfglliil Eitvrarg Smririg :ill S'l'A'l'IC lJIili.X'l'IiliS T. J. I3,xHNl4:'i"l' .... vs. . . Mississippi Culli-gc J. C. RICE . . . . vs .... Millsaps Cnllcgv Ali'I'lIl'li Hxmsis .... vs ..... X. 8 M. Collcge U ANNIVERSARY SPEAIQEHS V E. VV. Pix'1'm1:K .......... .-111111'm'rsa1'1'mz I Ton O'Ql'lNN . . . Orafnr ! E. H. H.xnPi:n . . lJf'l'1lll'II1f'l' I! Hwl Bmvliiiz "NaW, I haven 't gut fl f'ig'2ll'0tf0 nur :i mzitvli. " I i H11 :fired Eighty 1511i Sigma Eiterarg Audcrsoll. VV. H. A1'1'Q11dz1lc. V. A. Atkinson. E. L. Atkinson. XV. B. Bzlrncti. T. J. Buss. Bz11'1'a-tt. H. H. Bzlylis. H. L. Bc-al. L. M. Boll. H. H. Black. J. B. Bolton. B. B. Bonnvy. NV. A. Boyclston. XV. B Brown. B. 0. Butlcr. B. G. Czlffvc. S. H. Cznmplmcll. J. M. CQISIUTZIIIOS. J. C. Clllllllllllll. L. L. CIllll'CllXVl'H. L. B. Clayton. NV. L. CTUYCTZIINT.. T. B. Collljlls. B. 0. Cfllgllll. J. G. Coopcr. F. C. Curriv. B. L. Davis. C. L. Dunn. .X. C. l"l'i1l:1y. J. E. Czlrflm-r. P. C. Czxrm-r. M. CulI1riv.l'. IC. Hzllv. M. llzlrgis. H. C. llzlrpm-r. Iiznrl. Ilurris. H, Ili-mlm-rson. J. B. Svnrirtg Hicks. VV. XV. Howard. B. C. Hughcs. B. JolJC. E. B. Lylv. J. TVT2ljllI'l'. J. L. McCain. B. H. Mcllunicl. H. D. McElroy. L. H. NTCTVIlll'lJlli0.. L. B. McVVl1orlc1'. L. N Miildlcton. C. H. Middlcton. T. A. Nason. B. H. Ncttvrvillc. .L B. 0'Quinn. T. J. UU. D. B. Pzllmcr. J. E. Pzlt1'ick. H. XV. Pzlllcl'sol1. H. J. Pm-lvr. J. N. Polzlnco. J. Polk. J. J. Pomlvll J. L. HilillNVilll'l'. P. L. Bc-ynolcls. B. B. Bivv. G. C. Biglmy. O. C. Bolwrls. J. C. Bushing. I. C. Smill1.0, I". Sulton. J. XV. 'l'l1rc-lclkvlcl. F. A. 'l'ownsvml. M. A. Vllllgllll. L. Xvllillillgfilll. C. IC Young. B. P. llzumilton TAOIIQI "'I'h:1t boy sho vnu llsnm-1-.' Puyr Um' Hltll1fl'l'll ldigflif-11-on iktatnrg nf Witt Sigma -lllitrrurg Svnrirtg V A tl t t i ii it j l li 't in li JL The Phi Sigma Literary Society began her career in the University of' Mississippi sixty-eight years ago. Since that time, except for a short interval during the Civil XVar, she has been busily engaged in the inestimable service of firing young men with higher ambition, creating a desire for profounder knowledge and larger service, show- ing the way of grace and efficiency in parliamentary procedure, developing students in the art of ready thinking, eloquence in speech, and forcefulness in debate. Hun- dreds of young men have sat in the Phi Sigma hall during their course at the Uni- versity and many of whom have gone out to take high rank in the affairs of our state and our nation. She has indeed written a creditable history. The year has been characterized by a large enrollment, an unusually high aver- age attendance, renewed interest in society work, definiteness ot' purpose, and unity ot' action. VV. ll. Anderson, president for the first quarter, set forth a policy that was abhered to in the main throughout the session. At the first meeting of the club, he appealed for unity of effort, posting of subjects for debate farther ahead of time than had been customary, advocated an inter-society debate with our sister Hermaeans every quarter, and co-operation with the Hermaeans in arranging at least three inter- collegiate debates during the session. E. XY. Patrick, .l. B. Black and R. M. Campbell rendered the Phi Sigma splendid service during the session on the inter-society de- bate. The first intellectual battle with our worthy and honored foe, the Hermaeans, came on November the 5th. By a contest debate the Phi Sigma selected B. H. Nason, N. S. Williamson, and N. McWhorter as her representatives. The logic of Nason, the eloquence of' Williamson, and the classical argument of McWhorter was a credit to each and an honor to Phi Sigma. The Hermaean debaters showed some superiority in generalship and t'orcef'ulness delivery. The judges after much deliberation awarded the victory to the Hermaeans, .I. B. Black and lt. M. Campbell represented the Phi Sigma on the debating council, which arranged inter-collegiate debates early in the session with Mississippi A. X M., Millsaps, and Mississippi College to be held in April. The honor of representing Phi Sigma was worthily bestowed upon A. C. Hargis, J. C. Bice, and T. J. Barnett. The club rounded out the first term's work without missing a meeting. At the last session of the quarter, .I. B. Black, a member ofthe senior medical class, was unanimously chosen president for the incoming term. At the same meeting the society elected on the anniversary ticket, Ii. NY. Patrick tan- niversariant, T. .l. tJ'Quinn toratort, and Ii. lt. Harper tdeclaimert. Mr. Black ren- dered the society splendid service as president following up the policy of the society begun in the outset. Through appointment of President Anderson, W. l.. Clayton, P. I.. Bainwater, and .l. P. McCain represented Phi Sigma in the second inter-society contest with the llermaean on February the Jth. The Phi Sigma championed the at'- firmative on "President Wilson's policy of' preparedness." ller representatives forti- fied their plea for the President's policy with a wall of argument in which each stone of evidence had been carefully "prepared" and placed so that the brave and creditable attack ofthe negative was unable to batter their defense with guns loaded with "un- preparednessf' The judges 1'endered their decision unanimous in favor of the Phi Sigmas. The logic of' Clayton was good, the argument of McCain was forceful and eloquent, Bainwater's argument was invincible and he is now looked on by many as the champion debater in the t'niversity. In the preliminary contest to select a repre- sentative to the M. I. U. A., the Phi Sigma furnished four of the five contestants. The speeches were the ablest for years. This high honor was awarded to .lames Boyce Henderson. On February 22, Middleton tT. AJ, Ott, Crant, Reynolds, and Townsend won a decided victory in basket-ball over our sister society. R. H. Nason of the junior law class was elected by a large majority for the third term. He is proving himself' a worthy, able and aggressive president. Under his leadership and the unsurpassed loyalty, keen interest and oneness of purpose of the entire membership, the Phi Sigma Literary Debating Society will round out one of the most successful and most constructive year's work of its eventful history. tliagnon: " Ain 't no use for me to study-I can 't le urn. ' ' I it P11511 One Hundred Eighty-two Greek Glluh l OFFICERS J. N. BRowN .... W. D. BEL1., JR. . . Miss MAnoAmf:T Moss . . . . . . President . l'l'l'f'-PI'l'Sl.d6Ilf . . . Secretary MEMBERS Miss Mabel Bush R. N. Boggan Miss Verda Bush J. N. Brown Miss Dale Brummett R. G. Butler M Miss Annie Fulton Hume T. B. Cleveland Miss Estelle Knight 1 Miss Esther Linder Miss Mary Bibb Long Miss Mamie Morgan Miss Margaret Moss Miss Douglas Olsen Miss Margie Parks Miss Myrtle Smith Miss Virginia Townsend VV. D. Bell, Jr. R. B. Bolton A. P. Durfey Robert Good Harvey Harris Isaac Hollingsworth H. L. Imes R. B. La Rue Hugh McCain VV. D. Purvis P. L. Rainwater James Simrall, Jr. Fred Young 1 - George Ben Lampton: Eating zip with me today 'F ' Page One Hundred E-ighty-three' li il H V Gllirmizirg Glluh A i l J OFFICERS T. B. C1.Hv14:1..xNli . ..... . . l,l'I'Sl'dl'llf li V. A. Cnosm' . .... Vl.C1'-Pl'l'.Sl.IIPllf li J. T. Cli.XNVl.liY . .... S 'm'rf'lury and Tl'l'flSlll'1'I' MEMBERS Prof. A. L. Barker J. XV. Crenshaw R. B. Davis VX M.G1llesp1e Miss L. C Gould L P fII'lI1lJLlI'S lil Miss Maude Hooks S. VV. Kendall L. J. Pletelier Miss Stuart Sanderson Dr. J. N. Swan T. H. Swan NVilliam Swan E. K. Skinner Miss Maggie Lee Taylor Miss Jeanette Delpeeli C. L. Downer , . . T. I. ' '. 1' ' R. G. S' 'ant T Wylie C. Banks Jr. C o upper-classmanj : "Good in Jrning, Mr. l- ylr Ulu' Hufffllwrl ffiyfllfy-j'frll1' qv, 5 : f 2 92 523 I IH Y . i ASUNIC VLUIS M he l -2 .4 ,A s 521 5 31" 'D, '1 Pd H04 3. W fi! 5 IL , W 1'1llrf1 Um' lllfllll I I flflf XXI, QW! .J ' W! nh :ff Wav 1. .1 A 1 111,33 f , 1' ' , -- iffy 'gf V, J fn . ' 4 . L! -fri ff 3 Qfzlfffff . ,Fl 'L I, !f ." j I2 .X -5 2 5,1 ' ,a ',ff1 , uf, r' -A 1. 431: L f. r . !4A'l' f 1 '11 1 '15 3:21 ffl W f . 'I . iw f, f 5 1 .,',,y ,f '- 1. Q . , if 5: :,L . If ,' 1 . I Q f ' :gf ' I ' 471' -f '21 rg C" .71 ' 1 1 A l'Lf nf 5 .r-x I- ! ,jf zlfrx 3-Lgi 177 I 1 X: X e .f . f " ' "1 A f' ' 1, 7 7 ' N21 ' , 1. f .ff , " f If "P, ' A 1 ff gf! 4" 1 ' 1 Lv 4- j I I . I 1 A 1 1' ann iliaznnuir 0111111 :I UFFICICliS Du. A. L. IgUNlll'liAN'l' ......... l'l'f'SI'f1l'lIf D. Ii. Jollxsox . . . .... J'1'1-1'-!'1'1's1'1l1'lIl G. C. licvlslfjlws . .... S1'l'l'l'1lll'!f 111111 'I'I'f'flSlll'I'l' Cllzlnccllcn' J. N. Puwc Dr. A. L. Igllllllllfllllt Dr. J. C. FQIIII Dr. Cllristnplxm' L1mg1-sl Prof. D. F. MQL1-ml Prof. L. J. Plctcllvl' Dr. P. VV. liowlzmcl Mr. D. L. Russ V. A. Ar1'n1lzll1' D. H. Avcuck J. B. Blllck B. U. Borum H. M. Czlmpbcll J. T. Cruwluy Ii. N. Elcy J. M. Funderburk J. A. George' ,-,,. , Y Y., MICMBIQHS li.M.ii1m1l l'. H.liutl1ri11 D. li. .lullnsull F. A. Lummus Ii. F. McCall H. Ii. NICCIUHZIII C. H. Mi1I1Il1'l1m C. M. Murphy II. D. Nccl H. J. Pzutt1-rsml .l. L. P1m1l1-r NV. D. Purvis P. L. liuillwutc-1' G. C. H0111-rts A. J. Stacey S. B. Tllomas J. J. Vzllontinc Jr-asv Armstrong: Freshman, out out that I'H4'k6t.,' U lit H u Il drfd li iflh ty-.wir ffm F 'eggif 'L- -ff if 33" - 'fi ' " i 5:10 I I F?-' ' ..:-. if X f . ii"- , X i . GL, 36 ' - FW. ,Li--' ff Tiffi- f M Q F ff' i - w -1-2 -1- 24 'i - ii " ,fp yi 1- wg,-Q, X. Ll ,i V s " - - V-1--4 , A .T ix - ,A ' f . 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IN 5 'i N W C CHEROKEE CLUB Leland Dennis: "Aw, Bob, a.in't you beat me euou gh ?" III llrlmllw rf Ifilrlllf-11-4 if fhf Wwe: I 0 II:unilt.on Long: "Aw hung! gosh 1lingY Page Une Ilunzlrrrl Eighty-'nifzc l Q N! 1 r! w 'i w 1? 1, I NG ROOM IN D ALL H GORDON IUNII. Baker: "T don 't want suvh as you in my mom. " If 4 Page One Hundred Ninety I I E E 4 I i E ll THE BOARD OF CONTROL Sidney Glass: "Do bed bugs bite? D! ui. 3. I Ijllflfv Uno Hllflld'T6d Ninety-one A- JJ J A 1i-l--431 II II I II II , I I NI I ll 1l I I II Il I I II I I I' I I II I I C6nrhn11 Mall Mnarh nf Glnutrnl I Zi I II N. L. CASSIIIIIY . . CllCll'I'I1IflII I NI I J. J. V,xI,I-:N'I'INI-: . .... 9 f'c'1'efa1'y I II VV. L. KI-:NNIIN . . I"m'11I1y Jlvznbel' II II I I E. C. BI,IxI:1is'I'IINI-3 ....... Slzzclvnl SwI'1'efrI1'y I I C. A. AIldCI'SUll I I J. H. H2lI'I'iS I A. G. NVing II I I I I I I I Il ll I I II ll I I I I I I IL- 'J' 'YL5 J' Q 1, 'f Yi, Y gfm, 'YJ Miss Pnftie Brooks Jones: "Please teach me how tl tlIwim." ,l ndrfd A'I.lI1f.ll-fIl'O S w 'fu 'jeff i 4 X IW Q-an-1- Nun l":mI 1m'kl'vlI' " Kid, l'm in :1 XXOJIIQ' uznyf I IIIUIIII Im Page One Hmzdered Ninety-three l umhrr 5 Qlluh l Jlottoz A rolling stone gathers no moss. but it takes on a H-l of a polish. Colors: Green and Brown. OFFICERS A l E. H. BLAcKsToNE ...... . . President H. D. RILEY . . . I'1'ee-Pres1'de11t il L. T. KINt:ANNoN ........... See1'eIa1'y . No Treasurer, Lack of Funds I , I ROLL CALL A. R. Peebles ,..,.....,. ,,.,....,.,,...,....,,..,.,.., C Ripl L. R. Kennedy ....................................... CDagoJ NV. D. Kennedy ....... .......,,. C Little VVillieJ A. G. Wlllg ......,.,...........................,..,..... CChinkJ L. T. Kineannon .....,.....,.............,. ...,. C Susiel O. F. Parkes ,....,,......,..... ..,....,,.... C Castellab E. H. Blackstone ..........,. .,,............. C Bottsl H. D. Riley ....................... .................. C Petej E. C. Blackstone ......... .........,... C B. A. BJ D. S. VVright ............... ................ C Got Leftb J. M. Rauch ............ .,..,..., C Spiro Gyral R. VV. Smith .......... ................................., C Bohl CFather Timel J. S. Yerger ................,............ . VV. G. Hairston ......... CShoot A. Niekelj B. VVoodward ..............,. ,..,....... .... C P attyl I S. Darden ........................ ..CSpeed Iilllgl I S. Harris ........................ CBrowns Mule-J C S. Lewis. Jr ...... ......,.,............. C IVICIHPIIISJ I B. Beanland ..........,..... .CUP the Hillj C. Ivy ....................... ....,....,.,,...,,., C Lueillej . Evans ....,..,..,....,.,.. .,....... .,.. . . Clshomj yy Stovall ........................ ......... ..... C B allsj I Yerger ........................... ....... .... C I Drawdel I E. McClelland ......, A .......... CBullJ I S. lVIeNeilly ................. .....,... CMaeJ L. Rateliil '............. ............... .........., C I flatsj I D. Newsom ...... ..., . ,.CSouth Poleb I T. Neely ............... .....,.......... . . .......,..... CTQ-XD Any and all persons desiring to have their names added to the Roll will please report to the Examination Committee giving name and pedi- gree. and it' your credentials are found to measure up to our standard. your name will be immediately reported by said committee to the Secre- tary. L. T. Kincannon, and added to the roll. I NOTE.-The Examination Committee is Composed of Messrs. Chink. l Shoot A. Nickel and Spiro Gyra. Porter,'lVIr. Patty. If vou desire to he "Showed Around." don't hesitate to eall on our i I Teddy Helgason: t'Figured you for that." t'Let 's oi nnze r-fn Um llllnrllwrl Xillailll-fn SPANISH CLUB 1-fl 1 ULU '!'lBll'llCS' Q'l,l I " llvwl-n"' lfiwv: "Xlis10l' I'rvsi1Ivn1.in Nll'lI1IIliJllI XIIIVI' I In un uml Hull mx 1llllNtllIlI In 4lIllNlI1ll I 151,11 Un: llnnflrul gvllllff-llrff , gil, 42-XNTK JN CLUB lwfu NUXUB I-I IC CUL'N'1'Y CLUB 11' "Hl1 well' 'ull rwllt 'ull 1'wI1I' Ilnulk nu thunk Ylllll 111111-lu nllllgv. ,.- N.. F. , ylf Um' 1111111711 rl Xinrf-If-.wi.1' . ,A,,7,, ,, 7, ,Y .S ,W s I4 K K 5 l l i N AMORITE CLUB ' 5. Q. 4 I' ' '-2 " I I MISSISSIPPI l'OI.l.l'1lil'1l'I.Ul5 I 42.-f.rgv lh-:unz "xVhX',Y11!1l1, This yv:n"H 9011iu1'L:1w Class, mxfvlnssr-S Hmf nf' lnif your ton fu mm." Pugh' Una' Hunflrwrl Avlhllff-I Svrnti Qlmmig Glluh .Uofloz "Oh, Scotia! My dt-or. my mliivt- html!" lfolors: Ulcl gold znml purple-. 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Bc that truc or false. wc hclicyc thcrc is scarccly an Ulc Miss boy whosc allowancc docs lltll hccoinc lcan a11d gillllll and dwindlc dow11 i11to the darkcst shadcs ol' puny insigniticancc toward thc tll.l0I'llU0ll ot' thc nionth. ln thc ycspcr of tinancial quicsccncc wl1icl1 closcs tl1c frolicking day ol' glorious squandcr and during thc long. cold. damp hours of pcnury and uttcr ti11ancial dcspair which pcrsisl o11 illlll Oll cycn to thc dawn ol' thc tirsl ol' thc month whcn Son ariscs llllll hurrics dow11 to tl1c post ofticc to scc wl1at rcsponsc Daddy has lll2lllL'. tl1c11 it is i11 thcsc dark. dismal. hopclcss hours that l-I'lCllClS arc i11 dcnland. Now it chanccs lllllt wc squandcrcd our last allowancc i11 riolous living and in thc hcy-day of all this pccuniary lavishness ncglcctcd to pay our laundry. Conscqucntly wc ran short ol' ll2ll1llkL'l'L'lllt'l'S. Thc situation was sonlcthing likc tl1is: lllllllllfy unpaid. lll0l1t'y all gonc. thrcc wccks till thc tirst a11d no ll2llllllit'l'Clllt'l.S. Moncy 111ay hc thc root ol' all cyil. hut O! for niorc rootl Now undcr thcsc circunistanccs. NVll2lt is to hc donc? Go to Mr. 'l'. C. 'lll'0llSil2llt'? Yca. ycrily. And 11ow this lJI'lIlgS us to thc tl1i11g wc wisl1 to say. VW- arc glad ol' this occasion and opportunity to i11 our hlnnhlc and wholly inadcquatc way. cxtcnd to Mr. Trousdalc thc good will ol' tl1c many hoys wl1o1n hc ll1lS hcl'ricndcd and wl1o undcrstand and apprcciatc his ruggcd. outright. sinccrc l.l'lt'llllSlllll. The l'act 111ay Iltlt hc gcncrally known. hut douhtlcss Mr. Trousdalc hclps Zllltl hcl'ricnds as lllillly hoys cach ycar as any onc o11 tl1c campus. ll' you arc "down a11d out" his rc- sourccs arc yours proyidcd you arc squarc tllltl opcn. ll' ytlll hayc a sccrcl hc will hclp you kccp it. llis 'llltlglllldll is rcspcctcrl. his inlcgrily is unqucslioncd. l1is l'l'll'lltlSlllll is cstccnn-d hy thc many hoys hc has known. ll is littling lo strcw Ilowcrs o11 thc grayc hut it isa still hcttcr and nlorc dclighll'ul priyilcgc lo cxprcss our good will so that it may hc cnjoyccl hy thc living and wc arc glad ol' this chancc to do il. .l. S. 'l6. " lla1l" llawson: "I nsctl to ln- a cat." WWWWWWWWWWW QQK THE NHNTH Athletics WWW ljlljlf Tico Hzinflfwit Stal' Plgggggg gg MA... l ilirvh A. iltuhiim Birrrtnr nf Atlitviira lllllllllllllllllllllttlllllltllllllltltllllllllllllllttllll Coach Robins, a Mississippi prod- uct, is the resident of the proud little city of Tupelo. He first loomed up in the athletic world at Vanderbilt University, where he formed an in- tegral part of the wonderful Com- modore machine of '12, which was composed of such wonders as Ray Morrison and Ammie Sikes. He proved such a valuable man and his ability was so marked that the Fall following his graduation, McGugin secured his services to assist him in developing the '13 Vandy machine. The next year we tind Coach Robins playing the leading role in athletics at Mercer University. It was at that institution that he dis- played his natural talent as a di- rector. His teams were not only prominent factors to contend with in football, basketball, and tract, but his baseball club defeated the Yandy nine in her own back yard. His ex- cellent success at Mercer caused him to be drafted by Ole Miss. , Ile began his work with us last Fall, and his task was by no means an easy one. llc was confronted with a bankrupt .Xthletic Association, green material, with few exceptions, and the hardest football schedule tile Miss has ever had. But in spite of l'l' ' these handicaps he started in with grim determination and has labored ti igen.ly in the almost hopeless task ot developing winning teams, and in View of the circum- stances has made a most creditable showing. lie is the lirst Mississippian to hold the position ot Director of Athletics at tile Miss. Ile has that pleasing Mississippi personality and is popular with the students both on and otl' the tield. lle will he with us next year and with this year's foundation to work on Ole Miss will again forge lo the front. I t l "llat " Woodtin: " Dad liiurn. " I -0' 1-AN, Z Lfff I FDOTBAL ! .lulllg-' I":nlv.v: "Nun ilnix is lwlxu-ml ll Qillx. Page Two Hundred Eight W W W W W W W W W W . W WW W. W W W W W WW W W I M f-f " Y---an ---fl Q Q o Qlzaptzuu 'QEIITIE ln sch-cling lhvir In-:ull-i' for '15 thc Uh- Bliss wzwriors wcrc i'onl'i'ont0ml with ai vi-ry siniplc lzisk. Anil imloi-fl lhm-y wc-rv lorlnnzilc for "Pop" nol only posscsscml those nuluraul quzililics ol' lczull-rsliip but hc wus :nn olml linu-i' in lhc ganna-, having haul si-vi-rail yn-:urs cxpwiciicc-, :incl proving his worth in :ihnosl cvcry posilion. llc won inziny lziuri-ls on thc 'l'. M. l. prop sm-hool lcznn zinml his slicu-ss in this rospvct has gre-:ally im-rcziscml since' hm- mist his lol with Oh- Miss. For lhrcc yours his playing has hu-n :in inspiration lo his la-ziiii-imitcs, which provvcl vc-ry cllcclivc when lhc lvznn was up zigziinsl zi rocky gznnv. So :is ai vrowning lziurvl lhv lvaulcrsliip ol' thc '15 W ch-von was lillingly hoslowwl on om- who haul so l':iilhl'ully :incl vll'cc'livc-ly scrvcml his loom. W W W' Y, ' 7 l"l't'SllllIllll lir:iv0lv0: "'l'h0 iflozul is tliisl. , ' r Pflgle Tn-0 Hundred ZV'im. V- M W M ' H U W N w W m 2 M fn l H Nl A i sl p H E X H H O 9 v-T-1 I w xi r 7 1 iw' in "7 ' -1-.-t:J! lfhl. I:l'2ll'll1'ff4'I "'l'l1:lf's Invffv nie- 4 W x 1,IIjllQ TIIVI llzzntlrczl 1'l3Il ,- fi?-1 --2---Yi - V -Y -7-177 -7' iw- - li W, l l l l l l l 5 l i l l l l t m ,l ll 1 4 l , llrnimu nf ttpv ilinnt Ball fvvauanu LINE-UP Bl'Llllsol1 ,,,,, Ends Grittin llurris ttluptuinl l,2lllCl'SUll .,..,,,,,,,, ,Y,QA ' lltcklt-s Sliurinzni l'illlltlt'l'lIlll'li Lcuvcll tlollcttc A. , tluurtls SllUt'IllllliCl' lizlst Wrcnn A,,. A,AA.. t fcntci' KClltl2lll lfingcl' t . v, w,, Quzlrtcl' Buntin C llczn' llznwson M ..... Haltliztcks Curtis Mctlull ...w. Fullhzxck Nccly Probably ncvci' In-t'orc in thc history ot' this institution, has Olc Miss cxpcricncccl such :1 tllS2lSll'UllS scuson in football as shc tlitl in thc pust scuson. Ncvcr bcforv had un tllc Miss tczun sullqcrctl so many clctczits, or haul such lzlrgc scorcs pilctl up :against it. lint "tht-l'c's :1 reason," :mtl inorc than onc. lt was not thc t'ziuIt ot' thc couch, or thc tczun. Both QZIVL' us thc ln-st that wus in thcm. lt wus :ill cluc to the t':1ct that wc hzul practically none but incxpcricncetl mutcrizil t'ro1n which to pick :1 tczun, and with this lll1llt'l'i2lTNK'l' haul to taco onc ot' thc hzmlcst schctlulcs an tllc Miss tt-mn cvci' hand. ll was practically iinpossiblc to rountl this raw mzitcriul into t'orni so as to succcss- t'ully copc with thcsc strongcst tcznns ol' thc south. Ulm- Miss opcnctl thc sczison with :1 Ill to tl 4lct'c:nt :lt thc hznntls ot' thc .loncslyoro Aggics. 'l'his tlclczlt provctl licyontl il tlouht that our tcaun wus, intlcccl, tl NVL'1lli onc. But thc ncxt wt-ck our boys czunc hack, :intl with an invinciblc tlctcrminzltion :mtl that lighting tigcr spirit, tlicy succcctlctl in wnlloping S. l'. l'. Ut' thc I'Clll2lillll1Q six Lgzuncs wc wt-rc zlhlc to win only ont--that again llcntlrix. ln succcssion I.. S. l'.. Y:n1tly,.X. K M., Mississippi Collcgc, :xml .xlilllillllil pilctl up big scorcs against us. Notwitlistunmling our ovcrwhclming tlctcuts, our boys plziyccl lirillizuitly :lt timcs. Among tliosc playing stcllzu' rolcs wcrc: fltllllillli llnrris, llczng lfingcr, Dawson, Nccly, :intl tlollcttc. lispccianlly mlitl lfingci' stan' :against Vzuuly att Mcmphis, :intl Collcttc 1tQ2llliSi thc "l":n'inci's" :ul 'l'upclo. NYitl1 an llltl-lUI'lly ot' thc lt-:un hack ncxl j't'2ll', :intl with sonic oltl mcn coniing lmck, wc should lizivc nnothcr tczlni that will coinc up to thc tllc Miss stzlmlzml. l.ct's pull litll' it. Allan Uollottc: "Now, fellows w0've got: to get this." I I I P11106 Two Haonflrfvl lflf I I I I I I I I II I , I II II I I -I -- I I I I I A I I fi? ' , I I I , X I I I I1 f I I 765' fy I gjgy " .I I I IMG-A ' 'iz X I VII 0 I K-XA , I I I I I I I I Iv x I I wffI .II I n I I QI-' ,ff U I I I I t ' , I' ff? V I II 'I I II ".1: " K I I I I ,I I II I I II I I I A I Y ,I I III V X I --2l1':ig I--fx ' I I , ,dz-Nfcliii, IIIIII I g iff I II i..l.,,:?1 E - ,fu I A 'I I I ut'-iiii, l,Q,, Y ,, I .Xliss " IIIIIIQ-:QV Ulwn: "1,'I1I miglnty sII1'I'vV :IIIIIIIT fIlIlT.'- I lllllf Tu-0 Humlrzcl Tzrc ' MF". I.. lf? ll s ..',,,,. .f.T,f' 'M . M. ' "x'f-'?3- '4.',T an '2.: Glapiain illHrQl,a1l1 ln "I.illIm- Saolnhio' lhc- lmzuslu-lhnll lm-um haul am iclvzll captain. His JIQgl'f'SSlX'l' work on lhv ll'Zllll ol' lzxsl yl'2ll'Sl2llIllM'1l him :ls am 2Hllllll'ZllJlL' lc-:ull-r. .Xml lllisym-:ll'wlI1-11 hv wus vzlllml lo lvzul lhv lvznm hm- lllllll'l'l0Uk his husk with his L'llill'2lL'll'l'lSllk' voolm-ss :uml lllillll' goocl in lhc- lll'Ulllll'Sl ' xolal ln lha H nm nlxmu :ml solclx xxilh llu inhusl ol' sm-nsv ol lhzll N . '- .. --v-- v uv ' y u'x- hls lc-:un :nl hm- nl his plauymg h:ul il mos! lclhng vllm-cl. nol only hy way ol 1-m-ollmgvlm-nl lo his ll'2llll-lll2lll'S :xml on his oppom-nl. hul on thu hnznl 1 1 rm-sulls ol lhv gunm- Vholllx ll. Nlurplwy: "Hoy, you know ill" 151.111 y'll'II llllurllvrl Tflil'f4':'n U M 'l' E A LL HASK ICT ISA A x w 1 K l f W I T ,, ,, , ,W ,,,, 1, Hi ,ff f f -f , Wi f -- .J Hfmlentz "I see Prof. Rell, Prof. Torrey and Mr. H :ss with their heads txwgetlim'-sunletlxing'S up." 1'ff,ffP Two Hundred Fourteen Qtruirm uf the Eazkrt Batt Svruanu l l p, LINE-L'l' Fulton ll Fields ,,,,, .w.AA, I forwards H lteynolds ' l Holliday Young ....,..A ......, t lenter Townsend YYing Y......wA,w..........w... ,.,,,. C iuards Mc-Call ttlaptainl I In basket ball, as in football, we were troubled during the last season with inex- U perieneed and undeveloped material, and, as a result, our sueeesses were few. Al- though we lost a majority of our games, our men were in the game fighting from the beginning to the final whistle, and many of the games were more hotly eontested i than the seore would indicate. t We took the first game ot' the season from tlollege Hill, but the closeness of the t seore was evidenee that we laeked a great deal of having a ehampionship team. Next our Basketeers journeyed to Jaekson, Tennessee, where they dropped a game to l'nion l and one to .laekson "Y," But the following week they evened up with l'nion by li walloping her here on the eampus to the tune of 27 to 24. After this vietory A. X M., .l Mississippi College, I.. S. l'., and Millsaps visited tl1e eampus and added one or two 'l v defeats eaeh to our "Lost" eolumn. While in most of these games our men were elearly outelassed, they fought hard, and in more than one game this fighting spirit kept the results doubtful till the final whistle. Captain Metiall, who played one of the guards, was probably the brightest star tl on the team. Wing, at the other guard, played exeellent ball, notwithstanding the tl faet that he weighs less than lkttl pounds. .Xt forward, Fulton, Reynolds, and Fields l played consistent ball, while llolliday, Townsend, and Young alternated at eenter. l Probably one of the most pleasing features in regard to basketball is, that all of this year's team will be bark next year: and with their experienee, and with what new material we may have, prospeets are bright for a winning team in 'l7. l It "t'upitl " Xl-'t"illougln: "Six Iiuntlr d rt .tlenls and only Qtlll sulvseribers to the Nlississippian. ' ' P41516 TIVO H'llnr7i'Cfl Ffffu 'fail ,-qi X5 K Q . -+4 x fb Q iw. f ' ' f' N 1' my Q FJ-F K 5, E n jf y, ,. was XL ,I K - 54 W 2, fi I. 4 2 X- ' X ff J i..f:.,!I,5 'X' "" x'e-ml Students: "Sexism: fivkvt fm' 1-eserx'o4l seats ml tmp uf GOIWIOII Hall." Page Two Hundred Sixteen WX' 'Sn QW Glaptain illlrilnnin In selecting Mclnnis to captain the 1916 baseball team, the letter men ot' the ,15 "nine" did the only logical thing they could have done in this regardg for "Mac" was the only "veteran" on the squad, he, having been one of the mainstays of the team for three years. "Hunt" showed his ability as a baseball player while he was a lowly Freshman, making the Ole Miss pitching stall' that year along with such stars as Steve Mitchell and Lane Chandler. He not only made the team. but he was called upon to do mound duty in some of the most important games of the season, and he responded by "delivering the goods." In 1914 he pitched the single game for us against the strong Illinois team. and has the distinction ol' being the only pitcher beating them during their invasion ol' the South. In 1915 "Mac,,' on account of his consistent lntting, was played in the out- field, when he didn't pitch. And the batting averages show that he led the team wielding the willow with an average of well over three hundred. This year Mac is slated to captain the team from the outfield, and from the present outlook, he is going to have the deserved honor of leading one of the best baseball teams Ole Miss has ever had. Lanier Ilester: "I'm a statesman from Smith County." Priya Two llllnflrrml Nr' -...mst O I Miss Lucille Campbell: "Me an' Pop! l'!'ll1l'I bi A 'fl ,- -L 5 1 ,-. J 'T -.A ,- .... 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With tht- cxct-pti1111 ot' fil'll'iill :xml .tom-s, 1 :xll 11t'l:xst j'l'1ll"S il'2llll is h:x1'k. l11 :xtltlitixxn to tl1:1t strong 2lQQl't'Q2lli0I1 wc il2lVl' .Xlltl0l'- tl sun :xmt ti1lSSliH'y,t'tlll'ilt'l'S1 .Xllt-11,li1'st hzxst-: Nl111'pl1y, sl1o1'tstx1p, :1ml lgL'lilt'2l, u11t-ti:-lil. xl :xll ut' whonx wt-rv i11 Ntiltltli l.1st ym-:xr hut wx-rc im-ligihlc on :xc-1-n1111t ot 111 S. l. A. A. , ruling. licsitlvs tht-sv Si'2lSUllt'ti IIICII tl1t-rv is smm' vt-ry prtninising 111:xtc1'i:xl :ximmng W tht- l'l'l'Silllll'll. fitlilt'Il lltxhins I1 xs pi ll tl: xllyst-lt-1-tc-xl l1is111:1i11sl:xys t'111' tht' sv:xso11. llt1l111cs:1ml i Nlvlizxy x1t'l:xst yt-:x1"s tt-:nn will ho tlvpciltlc-tl on txx :lu llltlSl x1t'lhv twirling, witl1 l'iI'l'Sll- 1 l lllllll llicks, Wilsun :xml llunn t'0IltlIlf.2 i11 t'111' :x sh:x1't' ut' thu work. With .X111It-1's1111 U :xml tizxssihxw tlniilg tht- l't't't'lVlltg wt- 1-l:1i111 tu hzxvt- thc 1-:xtt-lxing tl:-p:11't1m-11t i11 thc 1 S. l. A. A. .Xlltlt-1'so11 tlltltit' tht' tv:1111 I1is tirst yt-:xr i11 sm-l1r1x1l. llc l1:xs :ill :x c':1lt'l11-1' 1 m-1-:ls :xml wt- :xrc ltmkxng tm' l11111 to st:x1' tl11s yoaxr. iitlSSllll'y is :xlsn :x gmxtl 1'v1':-iv1'1'. ll11s is lxls lll'Sl vt-'xi' 1111 '111 Uh- Bliss lt'tIlll1 linwt-vw, hc Utlllglill tlxrcv x'0:11's t'n1' Mill- vv - suns l11-I'111't- 1-nxni11g to ns. Alton, :xt lirst hzxsc, will "slut-lt up with .xny nl thvni Ill I11-ltling,I11tt111g,x11'x111 thc h:xst-s. Stl t':11' ht- is hitting lilac :x lioml, gt-tting cv:-1'ytl1i11g l'. .X. Whittingt 1 1 - 1 1-x1111111g l11s w:xy, :xml st: xlxnq t'Yk'l'XllllllQ i11 sight. Sl1:x1'l1u1'xx11gI1 I1 xs hun shiltul to l 1 :trlll " lt' l4l:1111'vx'o11l1l only smx lllt' no I I I I l I l I I Pfryff Two H1lIIf7I'I'r7 Avfllfflfl' 2 I I It I I seennrl, which seems ln he his nntnrul position, :ns he is displaying more l'Ul'Ill thzm ever lJet'm'e. Murphy, nn nhl timer, is hack ut shurt. All the tile Miss t'zms who have seen him lJL'l'l-UI'l1l, have an feeling nt' "ease" when one is hit in l3ilI's clireetinn. tlatrr is signin talking cure ul' the cliftieult eurm-r. Ile envers at Int nl' ll'l'l'Il0l'A' :mtl his "whip" to lirst remintls one ut' the Ilanys when .Ioe Iivzms haul i'Il1lI'Ql'Hl. the thirst snek. The uuttieltl is being guznwleml hy tiuptznin Melnnis, liezmlzmml, :mal Iietheza. These Inen :Ire gmail tieltlers, possess SlI'tlI1Qttl'lllS, :mtl ure Inst un the buses. They are zllsn there with the "willnw." Last yezn' tluptuin Mc-Innis :mtl lieunluntl leant the teznn in hit- ting, while liethen, in '14, while entehing for Mississippi College, linisheml the season with am average above that ut' :my other player in the S. I. A. A. lfielcls, Wilson, zmtl I'I2tl'Illl'l' are strung eamtlitlutes tm' the uuttielml :mtl are pushing the regulars tm' at berth. Uni' sehetlnle this year is the hznrtlest tile Miss has ever haul. We h:Ive gzmies with the best teams in the Smith, :mal are giant ln he equal tp the ueezisimt. With the excellent tezmi we have, our gmail is not only the State tlhznnpinnship, but the tlhamip- innship nt' the S. I. A. A. Anil unless we miss our guess. the enml nl' the 'lti season will tintl Ole Miss the proud pnssessm' ul' lmth titles. ULIC MISS tl tl L PLEASIC I, Ii IC Plvl. M MOIIIC M I I S I'-IC-P S S S tl L If M I S S F' q A 3 W Miss Ge1't1'u4Ie Lassiter: HI can 't be bothered! " ll l II Il 'I I I I I I I I I I I I I I truth Tnw llumlrt tl Tir: uf!! G9111' "Emir Elm-" Enaua 'l'ttt-ntnnt-r1ttt- in tlt-tail tht- startling t-nrt-t-1' tat' this XX'tllltit'I'l-lll zuthlt-tt- wtinltl givt rist- ltr t-ntmngh snhstzinvt- to till this t-ntii't- vtnhnnt-. Stl tin nt-t-tinnt tit' tht- sinzill spznt-t zilltmllt-tl, wt- nrt- I'tn't-t-tl lu givt- only at l't-w tml' tht- instzlnt-t-s in whit-h ht- hzns sttntmtl tint mtisl pi-tiniint-ntly. llilll't'l' yt-:urs ilgtl, wht-n ht- t-:nnt- tn tilt- Bliss, ht- wats just at tiny tii't-shnnin. hut t-vt-n lht-n ht- tlisplztyt-tl tht- inznrlts tml' an t-tuning stan: ln spilt- tml' his snizill sizt-, ht nlztttt- his Nl in htilh thtitlmll :Intl hzist-hull that yt-:n'. .Xlthtmngli his playing wus st-nsn titxnatl tan st-vt-Vail tit-t-:nsitms tlnring thzlt yt-any it wus tht- nt-st yt-an' thztt ht- wtin l':nnt his n:1lnl':nl itlllllllh ht- wus tht- lliIl'llt'lll1ll'lX lH'ILllll stan' in t-vt-ry grltllrtmn hztttlt-. lin tn l'INt'. lt :night s:nIt-ly ht- szntl that his playing wats llltllYltltl2Illj' l't'Slltlll5llllL' Im' Ott Bliss winning tht- Stutt- tlliznnpitinship thztt Spring. llt- rt-lurnt-tl tn tilt- Nliss tht- nt-xt yt-:ur truly tt: ht- tlistlnztlitit-tl hy tht- S. I. AX. A. tm' playing SllltllltL'l' hust-hzill. Ilt- was lht-1't-l'tn't- unauhlt- tts rt-ntlt-V his ht-ltmvt-tl tilt- Nliss any l'nl'tlit-I' st-rvit-t-, :intl il was in tht Spring til' that yt-an' thznt ht- zirtist- tant txt' tht- Sllllt'l't' tit' t-tnllt-go stairs. llt- signt-tl at t-tintl':it-t with tht- tilt-vt-latntl .Xnit-rit-zins, :intl hy tht- tiint- tht- st-austin wats wt-ll nntlt-I wan' ht- hzttt t-znuglit stt-p with tht- big lL'2tQlll'l'S :intl wus lJt'l'tll2llll'Illly stnlitnnt-tl :it tht ththt-ull t-tirnt-r. Hy tht- t-ntl til tht- st-austin ht- hautt sti grt-:ally nnprtwt-tl that his num- :tgt-r gztvt- tml tht- stzttt-nit-nt that this yt-an' tht- littlt- XK'tblltlt'l' wtiultl I'tn'n1 p:n't tml' tht l nut'lt-ns ztrtnuntl whit-h ht- t-xpt-t-tt-tl tty huiltl his wtmrltl t-hznnpitmnship tt-uni. .X lll,LKllt'l t-tnnplnnt-nt t-tinltt ntit ht- pzutl tint- st: ynung in tht- gzunt-, whilt- :nt tht- sznnt- tnnt- his lll2lllItf.ft'l' is to ht- t'HllQl'IIlllltIlt'tl tin st-t-tiring snt'h vzilnzlhlt- st-rvit-t-s. l Xliss tlrtzut- lit-htl:il: "tml l think that 's zlwfnll " ltn'htmtl1ln1nst-ll :intl tilt- Nhss. XX ith mt-rt-:ist-tt wt-ight :intl t-xpt-Vit-nt-t-, t-tmnplt-tl with t it wus in hxist-hull that ht- tllSlllilXl'tl tht- grt-:utt-sl llHl'tll :intl in whit-h ht- wus tlt-stint-tl 151111: flI'U H flznlrul Tllfllf-lj-01 I p,,T:?' fix Ea X15 g ,vs 1' :A xi 5, KLPQ. Ifiihag' fl 1 X 2. 'xQ'A"'i: Q, kfmfff' 4 Fixx I Alu I X . f l' . X g . 51252- i .56 11 C0 L I o 1 lXlllllJl'UllQIl. D. Nl. BUlHllll'2lIIt. A. L. 'ilsmn J. IC. I31'uwn..l. Ii. lurrcy. liulJv1't. Iirwing. Ii. .l. I liCl'. J. H.. .Ili Hvtlilla-slull. NV. D. Nlllchvll. 'l'. H. Nlilflvn. A. XV. yan. Hurry liowlzulcl. P. XV. Imzlvvll, L. U. SUlllk'l'X'illl'. 'lf H. I 1-awvll. L. P. XVinslun. .l. In. Nwznl1..l.N. Il1ulsnn..l.K B1-ll..I. XV. Sl1'ong,li.M. sl1op.D.H. liznlhings. .I. li. ' l'v1'Py Du1't'ey: "Cut out ine darn fuss and stwlyf' lffzgc Two HIllll1I'6'd 1'1L'e11fy,tu'o i f""-Q. 1 , W N , 1 w l x p. Q, CLUB IS N TEN W . , Y l"l'0SlllllflIl Cox: "Got It to the !'0tf6ll., 1'1llf1f Ifrn ll llnrlrrf I I lfll ,IN nh! I 1 ,gh wwgqi IWW 3 + wl A0 J I N . L Y , , rw A X , W -x-. 'X lily Q M! If X 1 X X' Y f 4 -5- -R L , Q14 , jf ,fn X r,g . 5, n " JT NLM A v,.' 3 ,LEQL X QUIK THE TENTH FUN U ?'Q My IP T I luv l5IllglIIQ :Lu ll I II 1 . I4 llglfll "I Wm! 11nlr1'vlll4-vlluf X:un11.x'l'ull 151111 Two Humlrul Tfr'ri,l.uflo.-il' l i A Elvmpvzt In si I ra-15111 'l'lll-I BliBlil.l,lUN til" 'l'l'll-I CLASS UF 'lti AGAINST THE l"ACl'l.TY A 'l' 1'za gi-tl cmlml edy in One Act Uriginated in a Nut's Shell. linacted in the Chapel ol' the l'niversily of Mississippi, April 26, ltllti CAST OF CHABAC'l'liBS ltr. Alfred Hmm -,,,.lll lllll,lllllll,YlllAll.,....,.,...l......,,....,..l...............ll.,....,...l.l, F aculty Tyrant .Iulian Sherrod llillliii,,YY...,........,., Champion ol' Class ot' 'lti in Bebellion Against Faculty llr. James NYarsaw Bell i,..,v.,,......... v..,,.,..Y.,.,,,,.i .vv.....,.Y....,......,.....,........,...,.,.,. F a culty Xv?tI'I'iOl' .lames C. Bicc -....,..,.,,..,.,.. ,S ,YYv,,. Xdrocate of Free Speech and Student Individuality Miss Mary Bibb Long ....,eee.ee e....e....vevveeeeeeeee.ee,Y.,,,i....ie.........i...i.. B Iilitant Senior Co-Ed ll Dr. David Horace Bishop .,.,... ..Y....,v,v...........,,.... I Knight of Old Order Harry Bryan .i.eee.eeeeee,,...w..... .e...... l 'pholder of the Modern XVoman Judge IJ. M. KllI1lJl'UllHll ,,..... ....,,....,................. t General Councillor Greek Leavell ....,,i.v,,.cie.i.i ..,....,.... T he Challenger Bodney Brooks e..,,,,,....ecc.c,, ..,,.. S enior Class Booster ltr. William I.. liennon icee,,e .,.,..,. l Renowned Physicists llerron Mitchell ....,,,.,,,,ee ,.,...,i.i.i.,...,......,........,,,,,,.....,,......, S keptic ltr. .l. Ii. Winston eeeeee YYvew.,. l 'articu-lar-ly Eminent Ilistorian Mae Beed ,.,..ee,eeYw.....i,.c ......,........,,.,......,.. B Iathematics Grouch llr. Bohert 'l'orre5y eeeei ,eccece.cece .....,.i. I freshman Math. Monger .l. N. Brown and ll. B. Johnson., , . ,,.... Two Senior llesperadocs llr. W. ll. lledleston i.i.,,v....,.i ,... eee,e.,.eeei,,,,....e,e eee. t I 1 niciliator Babble. . V - f w Seene-l lllYl'l'SllA' t.hapel. linter Dr. llumc-hows to meinlmers ol' faculty on rostrmn. Ihr. llmne lto sludentst: "l am requested to read this announeement-treadsl 'All Seniors ol' the several departments are urged to settle their nmnerous dehts both in the town ol' Oxford an'l at the l'niversily. Any Senior who attempts to heat his delits this year will sull'er the consequences ot' the law.' tSignedl 'Creditors, both in tlxtord and in the l'nirersity ol' Mississippif lt gricves me to lic called upon to make such an anntmncement. lt seems to me that people should he taught the princi- ples ol' honesty and integrity at hoine"s-- "lim", Lowe: "l the fl-All it' I kmm. Page Tico Hzoiflrcfl Twenty-firc K fgwf .ns . 11 I I I Julian Sherrod tsprings from seatl: "Sir, you have insulted every member of the Senior elass. You have called in to question our integrity and our honor. We shall not stand for it ..... Apologize, Sir!" . . . . . . Dr. Bell tbreaks ini: "The members of this faculty stand behind the vice- I chancellor and he will apologize for nothing, you little runt! .... This smells I mighty like rebellion to me and let me tell you, gentlemen, you have 198 pounls of old Pontotoc gristle and fat to overcome before you can start anything around here." ...... Bice: "t,ientlemen, I admire the courage Zllltl stamina of that little runt who has been made the object of Dr. Bell's vituperative invectivcs ..... XVe have been insulted and this miserable little runt, as he was termed by this flabby giant from Pontotoc, has championed the cause of the Class of 'lt3. And, Sir, we are going to stand behind him." ..... . Miss Mary Bibb Long tpale and trembling with rage, risesl: "I heartily endorse everything that my classmates have said. We have been insulted and I eall upon the young men of my class to defend our rights." tMiss Houdebush in audience, gasps, thinking Miss Long had lost her mindl. Dr. Bishop trises and exclaimsl: "Ah, an instance of the modern woman. tl . . . . XVhe1'e are gone the old-fashioned traits of modesty and propriety which characterized our southern womanhood of the past? .... I am of opinion that the girls of liicks l-lall should be more strictly controlled." .... tMiss Bonde- bush looks daggers. Commotion in audience: resentment evidentl. Harry Bryan: "Far be it from me to let any wciuld-be-interpreter of Shake- speare to slander the noble womanhood of our class. .... Gentlemen of the faculty, we will not stand for it." .... . .ludge Kimbrough tgaspingl: "Why, Harry! You in this rebellion, too? My tirst honor man mixed up in such a mess! Can it be possible? Members ol' the faculty, unless something is done to settle this disturbance,'the institution will be wreckedf' ..... . tireek l.eavell: " .... Now, gentlemen, I have a solution to this -:roblem and I believe it is the only solution possible ..... I, in behalf of the senior classes, challenge you to submit our mutual grievances to the arbitrament of a base- ball game." .... . ltr. Hume: " .... Though you outnumber us and though we Iiwve the odds against us. we accept this challenge ...., One man armed with the cause of right is equal to all the hosts of error ..... I appoint llr. Fuser as manager of the faculty team and the lftti-pound clear-hezuled gentleman from Pontotoc as captain ...... " ltodney Brooks tin line scornll "I certainly do admire your courage in accept- ing this challenge. In doing this you make it possible for us to realize the zenith of our aspirations. For four long years you have ridiculed and criticised ns ..... Now we have you in ottl' power. We are going to drag yoll from your pedestel ol' dignity and humble you in the dust ot' the earth. Your days are mnnbered and you may prepare your graves, and wc. the seniors, will inscribe this epitaph to you: Great chaps: Clean sweep: Voices of thunder, No more faculty, Heap scraps. Scrap heap. l'niversity faculty, tlanght in a landslide. I Stuart Dunning: "hvt'1ttIl'Q dein right." I I llrlf yilliir lllrnfllf rl TH r 11111-.wif IJV. lycnnon: "Why, Mr. Brooks, Imsvliull is zu why su ul smui Xou hxynn - I h.ul mon lh.m lhc rcqunul pluyi-1' inilccil . 1 zmlounl ol' my I'hysic-s mil you yyill In 1 iool his Ilcrron Nlili-hm-ll lrlscs 'mil intcrruptsl: "I haul yom lillli oh! l'hys :Ion-sn't umount lo anything. I :un sm'priscil that you yyoulil g 1 I p ull your lilllv Ihlllll'-XVIII' course in l'hysim-s to thi-so inlclliaunl sluilc Ihr. Iii-nnon: "Il is zu good lhing for you lhzil you h :yn ilu uly h ul my I'I1ysus yollllg I'L'IIoyy'." IJV. Winston: "YL-s, ycs, yy'hy good nigh I ' l ol K'0lIlSL lhum is thi scnnlilic sulm lo Imsulmll. Now, yy'c hislorizms p:n'Iic'u-lui'-ly 1-njoy li um. his from its origin in thu Nliilnllc Ages yvhun thc Bourgio liuhhlu: "Cul out lhul slulI'I Ilotlcn! Sit lloyy n' Xh h uh lil' Mau' Iii-ul: "All ol' lhul 'pzu'licu-lan'-ly' slull' ma is I s simp J ing lo gi-I lwywligc on ull ol' lhosc molly-1-oilmllcs :mal IJ y lp I t IUSII u Why, onc ol' lhi-il' numhcr, :mil hc is silling lhcrc noyy yyith I In in n s on l':u'c, lmslm-il nn III I'il'l'5IIIIl2lIl Nlanlh. :mil I yy'zml my rum .L - . In. lorrm-y' llumps up zmil slmlu-s slick 'll lliull Sh :again il' I lmvc 'l c'I1:ll14'L'I .l. N. lii'oyy'n 'mil Il. Il lolm son lbolh rise :mil sl ul lo ll I , .N I-lroyvni "Sir, no mam mm will mc ai lizn'-look out lil nu , Ill I lSi'oyy'n: "Sit flown, Johnson, I Imvc lhc llooi .lohnson 'Nil cloyy'n y'om'svll', I Ilzivc il " Iiroyynz "Yo you h:1y'cn'l: vi'-cr, gi-nllvnwn, us yy is noi L, s .lohnson I lolil you I haul lhm- lIoo1'I" liroyynz "Wm-ll you hziyw-n'l." .lohnson You urn- an liur, I Il2lYl'.u lmgi- lmll-In-i' knili- :mel li-ups ul Johnson. Tuhh z mn svri-zunl. .lollllsull lI'ulls :asv onl ol'po1'IiL'l-yy':ly'i's il in ml lomi on Im ii uly lol you!" Ulori- shrii-las from Co-Iiclsflllvy 1-:ali-li .lolmsi cyl him l'1'om IHIIIZIIIZINYIQIIIQ I'3royy'nl. llr. Ili-illy-slon: "Young gc-nllvnu-n, you should nol In syy iyul hy you p ussu llu-rv hus hun inlnnly loo muvh I'm'vIinp in lhis ull m lo ml my Nou o ily ,, ln- guiilml hy your ri-zison. I.vl's go hmm- :mil lllinlm ilmly mil coolly oyil lhi ci IIIDIIIIIIIIITNIIIX1 lo ulmli- hy' lln- Vvsnlls ol lln IJ ill gal lluxi-unll 49 gff . Xlmm' N1 bI'IIlI'0IlI "Going I0 l'olI0vy'lIl1 N itmyl my 171.111 Two llumlrf fl 'llll'I'IlI.lf,N1lIll AVL- rcgrct vt-ry niuvh that thc following Scniors tuilcml to turn in thcil' pirfturus " early cnough to nppvui' in thc tront ot thu hook with thc rt-st ot' tht-ii' classinzitus. It hzippt-licml that thu only spzlvc wc haul left wats this pugu- in tht- Book ol' lung how- evvr, wc :irc surt- that this is zigwcnlilv to all pzirtit-s CtDIll'L'l'llL'tl. ti. IMA YAPI' ........... h2lljIJVlIlL', Miss. "IIow niuch zu cluncv thzit's In-cn sunt to ro: lixvclls zu tluncu th:1t's In-cn lit-pt ut homo." Country Club: I"zu'inci's' l'niong Ifirst Corn Club l'rizt-1 l'na1ni1nously votcml "Most Populzu' Mun"1915-'ltigCoiitciiiplzutcs lillilllg zu spt-cial coursc all A. X M. next year along thc lint- ol Pig Slutty, cinphusizing cspc-cially thc spiritual nnrl sociologi- vul L-nviron-MIiN'I' during inlzmc-y, :ulolcsccm-c :intl puht-rty. Will tht-n 1-ntt-1' upon his litl-'s work :ls govt-rnlilcnt hogologist. -4-. 5 .k JK V. f If 'N XB f I " ' Nw x n ij I I G 'fi' 11 I if MISS IVA l.O'l"l'A litlli .......... Iiic-htown, N. Y. 1 A, if l"AtlHl'IlIllyQ niyst-ll' to hcstow niyst-lt' on thc lirst who will tzulu- nu-." xgf ' l'l't-siclt-lit ot' SL-lm-vt Som-iul llll't'lL'l Mc-mln-1' ot' "Iiliglit0t"' St-vurity XL , 1 l.t-zigllc: Snizilh-st lfoot in 'llirvc Stzntt-sg tlriginzntol' ol' thc lfznnious AG 'lliiiglt-l'oot Tzlnglc XYz1ltz. llzns zu vutt- ztnklc, tlirvv mliinplcs, tlll2ll'lt'l' ol' zz million in own nunu- .nut h:usn't ln-I-n touclu-tl yvt. Nl f Rf K1 .1 I X4 fi fi XQKU7. I F4 ff, 9 its xx, Q fN .f-I 'I I , A7 5 , so QC? I WII.I.IitiliIiAl' A. lSIiAlilJ ........ tiillt-ttv, I.u. ,L .4-j7.fl. K Q3 "He hath a daily beauty in his life that makes me ugly." ' Y I ll Yotcal Nliiggt-st Lzulit-s' Mun 1" "Most lil'ili'L'l.lll llulim-i"' annll ' X' Hliiggvst llumlcf' Most Loyal Main in Sm-lioolMNt-vt-r Missul zu 9 f liusclmll tlznnc in lfoui' Ycznrsg Box Smut in GUIIIIUN lIAl.l, I XYINIJUW. Strong Sllpportt-I' ot' .XtlIlllIllSll'2llIttll-NUYUI' s lirokc "Soc'i:nl IlIll'l't'tllll'Sl' llult-." tllizlrtt-1' NIUIIIIIUI' ol' "Sissy X Club." AXZQ fax 1. if ,, I If, o. 1. I3Ii'I'tIIIlili ...... lfmtt-mt-, .xi-it. la, 4 " ' I f tix, ffpf' "An honcst niun's thc nolzlt-sl work ol' Gott." P it 'll 0 , if X' Monlt- lIzn'lo tllulig Chit-I' 1't-pix-st-iitaitivc ol " , UQf ' Nutionul Illfltltlli Pznstiingi tlhuin thing, :l4-'lQ- ' jf 1 H w 'ltig Attvomntt- ot liounet Iulilcsg Ilonoi' t.oun1-il I' IL x I '5 l'oul' ycznrsg hIL'llllJl'l' ol' thc- "I' Cutvli 'cnt I'll tpxj " Sqtu-L-zu 't-ni" I.itcrtu'y Sovit-ty: Supcrintt-nclcnt ,,,5 ol' thc lflcm-4-0 'cm tlorncr Mission School: Strong 6535 f , SIIIJIJUVICI' ol' "I.cl'ty Louit-" for prcsiclt-nt on IHSLR-ag nlz'ntt'orin ot' pix-palm-cliicss tor stivlutrs ol' ull pw ?" 3- piu-cs. I I IN Miss tiuyton: "Freshman, look i11 two-onebtwo :nut get my nmil. " -SEL: - lmglf' Two Hundred Twenty-eight STOP. LOOK!! READ!!! 1 ! The list given here represents only a few ot' the many facinating features which ! we were compelled to leave out on account of lack of space We are sorry. ! ! 1 1. A full explanation of the term "Social Intercoursefl 2. A treatise on "How to Become a Perfect Grouchf' by Prof. Barker ta man ! who not only writes from his heart but who is able to see himself as others see himl. livery one will recall his recent volume entitled: "Wooing, Winning and Wedding." 3. Sam NValker's feet. 4. An account in brief of Bob Crook's love-making at the "Coop," wherein is shown this young man's weakness t'or the contrary tmeaning "opposite"J sex. 5. The "soft-talk" ot' Patty Brooks .Iones and other Co-Eds. ti. The number of points scored against Ole Miss during the football season. 7. .lust one of Prof. Bishop's assignments for parallel reading in English. 8. A discussion in regard to the advisability of being "more than friends." Sl. "My Walk in Life," by Prof. Alex H. Schutz. 10. The Statlms thanks for the f'!44tltl.00 appropriation-that was not appropriated. 11. Graft's that have been grafted on thc campus. !! 12. A detailed account of the recent Equity Examination Holocaust. H 13. Hadyn's raid on the Hospital. 1 14. Ulysses Grant's limblets. 15. The reasons given by different business concerns. both here and elsewhere, for not ADVliH'l'ISING IN "OLE MISS '1tS." t! !! ! M "We gave bond to publish this book" I "Little St-otchie" Mr-Call: "YVell, Holly Ding." Paffv Tu-0 Hfmflrecl Twenty-ninr 5 I M 1 M H 11 1, 1 Q M ,N , w X 1 i ,SU w X 5 , X T1 A X: in , ,C fy 1 .E AX l 4 , I fx 'rf 'lx ,U X 1, I Q ' i 0 0 ffm HIGH? Q 1 Y Y Y EH O U Miss Pattie Brooks Jones: "That's a cute little man! " ...4 1 I frffffrf ll ,I AREWELL ,. ."s-1 f x. VN L 1 +- 541 Q4 ff .1- -- Lfxjlk F 1 x T v'f l LJSSLCJ, X 4 -TUYVLQJ Plow LST-Il11Lw150 Ldlg-I, ' wisp -' bvwee-fr ,IL M.. Tkzl lx- s..YL O Cui' he llourg have f V ' W A 7 in :al .I Mer f : 13 ,, veg f fl ONT? 0 Y x I 0 O k 1 ' W 4 . ' .9 LAD Sl A 232 HILL CREST DAIRY Jersey The Home of the and Barred Rock M Nas! Jiirrj W x,-I1-A-ff X261 144431 X"'v-'--:YJ X .MQ Mfg, I .. 1-fy' sf .igjwp ' V' ,uw . 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No. 5 Oxford, Miss. 233 Compliments of Memphis Queensware Co. WHOLESALE ONLY Memphis, Tenn. Tulane University of Louisiana College of Medicine CEstablished in 18347 School of Medicine: ADMISSION. One year of college work in the sciences and a modern foreign language. A Pre-Medical Year is offered in the College of Arts and Sciences covering the college year required for entrance to the School of Medicine. Open to four year high school graduates with 15 Carnegie units. Advanced and research work offered in all departments. School of Pharmacy: ADMISSION. Three years of high school work or I2 units. Two years for Ph.G. degree: three years for Ph. C. degree. Women admitted to all classes in the Schools ol Medicine and Pharmacy on the same terms as men. P. O. Box 770 New Orleans, La. We take occasion here to thank Mr. J. E. Barrow, whose ad appears on the last page. for his assistance in getting out this book. J. J. VALENTINE. Business Manager. W. M. REED, Editor in Chief. 34 UCOMPLIMENTS OF A FRIENDW SWIFT 8c COMPANY 1 OUR TIME AND ATTENTION IS GIVEN TO WHAT THE STUDENT NEEDS STUDENT OWNERSHIP STUDENT LABOR STUDENT PATRONAGE UNIVERSITY STORE E. F. IVICCALL, PROPRIETOR THE UNIVERSITY BARBER SHOP UNION BARBER CONVENIENT SANITARY NEW POST OFFICE AND STORE BUILDING 235 . 1 , I T 'I .- r--S., T , 5 ,. T50f..v:":" .1 i ..': '- . , L. I Y A l " " ' L Y I l il 93:22-" . '-'f- I A 21-,I I The Jeff Davis Highway and all other routes to Life Insurance have a tendency to Iead to U. F. A., Oxford, Miss. The best will stand the strong- est ICSII. II I were a man I would protect my family. ESTABLISHED I869 D. CANALE 8: CO. Fruit, Nuts Produce WHOLESALERS IIVIPORTERS Memphis, Tennessee Lime Cement Sewer Pipe Crushed Stone F ire Brick Boiler Tile Plaster Metal Lath, etc. Q MIXED CARS A SPECIALTY PROMPT SI-IIPIVIENTS RIGHT PRICES Fischer Lime or Cement Co. Memphis, Tennessee Strictly First-Class Spot Tailoring Cash f Y Q. ,E E. D. BEANLAND Merchant Tailor Oxford, Miss. Dress Suits for Rent 2313 Aberdeen Creamery Co. Up-t0,Date Shoe Work FRANK JOHNSON Proprietor and Manager With First-Class Machinery "Daffodil" Brand Fancy Creamery Butter M i BUYERS OF Northwest Corner Public Square MILK. CREAM AND PRODUCE J Aberdeen, Mississippi El Proprietor Butter Fam-Im'yl'11cle-1' lim mm-nt Inspw-V Iiun. liutte-1' made and par-ln-d as wllL1'g,fvsit'd by Oxford, MISSISSIPPI l'. S. lbepartme-nt uf Agriculture. There's a Comfort ln Our Hat Renovating, Altering, Repairing, Dying Dry Cleaning and Pressing To 35 IQ L l . 'r K D cn as 'tcf 0 :f.:1:. T:z::e.,..g::,g H L 1 a New One :Him I Sanitary, Quality and Quick Service Trained Expert Cleaners ' Dyers and Hatters N llllqi, 1 f M The Old Reliable Co., Cleaners and Dyers As Good as the Name will Clean it Phone 386 Oxford, Miss. 237 Compliments of MY BARBER SHOP V. H. OSWALT, Proprietor Choicest Place in Oxford Headquarters for "Ole Miss" Students OXFORD, MISS. DAVIS-MIZE 81 COMPANY, CInc.J VVholesale Only Oxford, Mississippi COMMERCIAL PRINT SHOP Designers and Producers of High Class Stationery W. S. ROBERSON, Nlanager Special Prices to Students Oxford, Mississippi THE GRUNEWALD NEW oRLEANs Modern E Fire Proof European Plan ti-I Three Restaurants in connection, including the famous "CAVE" and the unique "FOREST GRILL" Headquarters for all Southern Universities 238 HENRY M. FASER "The Quality Drug Store" Phone 87 Quick Delivery Headquarters for the Boys Buffaloe's Confectionery Sodas,Cigars, SHORT ORDERS,Fruit,Candies The Student's Place in OXFORD Satisfaction Guaranteed R. R. Cl-IILTON 81 COMPANY They have the Finest and Nlost Sanitary Soda Fountain in North Mississippi CANDY STATIONERY TOBACCO Prescriptions Carefully Compounded OXFORD. MISSISSIPPI Established l872 Excelled By None E. A. Wright Bank Note Company Engravers. Printers. Stationers Otfice and Factorv . . . '. Lentral Store Broad and Huntingdon Streets 1218 willnut Street Philadelphia. lenna. Manufacturers of Class and Society Pins, Medals Commencement Invitations Leather Souvenirs Year Book lnserts Dance Programs Wedding lnvitations Novelties Menus, Diplomas Stationer Calling Cards The Oxford Eagle 'llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll,1llllNlllllll''llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllilll Best Advertising Medium in North Mississippi G. W. PRICE Editor and Manager High Class Job Printing A. H. FETTING Greek Letter Fraternity Jewelry No. 213 North Liberty Street Baltimore, Bld. 1 ' Factory Loose Leaf Devlces No. 212 Little Sharp St. Catalogue and Book Work School Programs and QQ? Class Cards Bl:-nvoramlnun pamfkagv sf-nf to any fra fart tvrnity uwmlwr tlnruugln the St'CI'Q-'lkll'-N of i:'! lllr- lillfiplvli Telephones SIl1'l'lHllll'NlQIIl5EillIl vstiumtes furnished Business Oflice 108 on Nlvtlals, llings and Pins for Atlllf-tiv Residence 397 ,Xle-+-ts. s-tv. LAUNDRY SUPPLIES l Baskets Felfg Bleach SOAP Tags Blue WYANDOTTE Pins Ink STARCH . Buttons Sundries l National Aniline 81 Chemical Co. 158 2nd Ave. North Nashville, Tennessee 240 SMOKE ' Arabian Nights H. B. Stationery I a Fruta ll,llllllillllllwllllllllllllillllllllllllilllllll!!llllll3llll'l lllll ,llllF'Il' ,',, Poncico Fills every requirement for Salome paper suitable to the use of Smile Her Royal Highness I-Five Cent Cigars The American Girl El As ecto Made of pure white linen rags i11 the L ll li, kh Crystal Spring VVaters of the Oa a 500 Berkshire Hills. Sfflllll O -Ten Cent Cigars This paper is tit for a Queen. N p p Get it in box stationery. tablets or envelopes at the stationery store. Corr-WilliamsTobacco Co. Made by "iS"i""""S Montag Brothers, Inc. Jackson, Miss. ATLANTA Follairitme FRICTION REDUCING MOTOR OIL Standard Oil Company Clncorporzited in Kentuckyl Jackson. Bliss. -r 241 XVATKINS SL WATKINS Attorneys and Counsellors at Law Watkins-Esterling Building Jackson. Mississippi T. C, KIMBROUGH Attorney West Point, Mississippi W, G. Roberds R. C. Beckett, jr. .V M- Vafflamfm J' K-VHYCIQIIIII1-JP RGBERDS SL BECKET-It VARDAMAN 8.1 VARDAMAN Attomevs Attorneys and Counsellors at Law " Merchants Bank Building West Point. Mississippi Javksou. Mississippi DR. E. HARGIS DR. A. E. RUSSELL Dentist Dentist Phone 132 Office: VVright's Old Stand Umm UVM NfAf'S0f1'r Sfoff' Special Attention to Students' Work Oxford, Mississippi Oxford, Mississippi MARION W. REILLY Attorney at Law Natchez, - - Mississippi Compliments of MCCAIN 8: MIZE Oxford, Mississippi THE . E. EILSON CO. Department Store Oxford, Miss. Edwin Clapp and Howard 81 Foster Shoes Manhattan Shirts Stetson Hats Wilson Bros. Furnishing Goods GIVE US YOUR BUSINESS 242 Butler 8: Tomlinson JEWELERS Fine VVatch Repairing, Class Pins, Rings, and Fobs Oxford, Mississippi Rowland Drug Co. Corner Drug Store Oxford, Blississippi P. P. NEILL Jeweler and Optician G d and Filled Watches, Culf Buttons. Fobs and Chains, Gold and Silver Medal Special Attention to Fine Watch Repairing. Special Prices to Students OXFORD, MISS. E have been here before e will come again ait for our Semi-Annual display of Young Men's Nobby Clothing and Toggery on College Grounds ALEX LOEB, Inc. MERIDIAN, Miss. LYRIC THEATER ,, i ,-, l,,i, ,X A ,,X,,!,!4 l i 'Ml M111 lflllllllilllllllllllllllllllllllllllilVllllllllHllll!HHWHll'illlll4llllllllllWlWW'llll4"fllllli1lillllllllalllllllilllllHWWllll4lllllMlWHNWHMWM llwlllwl, WMM Seating Capacity Nine Hundred Paramount Pictures on Monday and Saturday Nights World Film Pictures on Wednesday Nights Only High Class Road Shows are Booked MMMMMllillHlsllllfllllllllWillllh5VlHHlllli2MllllllilslllllmlllllllwlililmlllllllllllllMlfhllllllillllillllilllllllllllllllWHlmlllllllllllfllll F. L. Tool Oxford, Miss. -. . 1- . -- 243 Davidson 81 Wardlaw Booksellers and Stationers Law and Medical Text Books and Students' Supplies Engraved Cards and Society Stationery Davidson 81 Wardlaw OXFORD, MISS. The Independent TAYLOR E. DUNN Editor OXFORD, M ISS. "Ole Missa Men are Winners and Quality is their First Consideration in Printing Students' Printing Solicited Qfffhf V , Z fe Cl. Take a 'tip from the men who top all the average tables. Drink S f ' , -ivy, - I -Y ,Y --:Y Wflicric-ver YOU ' Cotuilola ,fr-P-'L' for ,, Y They lmow it's pond tn train on' 'to work Y Y. 3 on. 'liilie onil best. fou!gxand'outltlurat- 'kj-3 21' ,f qnufnr er-tu ot re res ment, pensure X ii U and wholesomeness. P- "W:' ' lf? riff - ' 'F' , . . li? 0 Delicious - Refreshing BC ll f A V, 4 I Thzrst-Querzcfzmg I 5' .1 EQ:15l:iiz1- T1-Ir CUQA Cul x Co, O SX, X fi it , X xx X X ' Atlurttu, bu. ' . 1 l ' A gfiiigbvgilnl X 4,5 M. - 1 Address your Orders and Inquiries to W. E. JACKSON The Printer .........HmnllllilllIllllllllmww'"" QUALITY PRINTING and Office Supplies Grenada, Miss. C Supply you Promptly with Ev y K own Ullice Equipm n Cotrell 81 Leonard Albany, N. Y. P. All Makers of Caps, Gowns and Hoods lNz!llllW1lllllUWlllllllllllllllllllllllll Correct Hoods for all Degrees Rirh Robes for Pulpit and Henflz Buffetin, Samples, etv. on request. ,ASTUDEN 715 ff- , 5 J , CHOOSE 4 aa 01259 USE 7 p 6. . 1 915. 2 l'1'S ' Q 1. i sr ou fb . f Pen l - THE PENeff27tlel'lABl'l' s A 5 - UP THAT LASTSALIFETIME L '- From Your Local Dealer if L. E. Waterman company, 173 Bmaway, New vnfk -W ki wqjg I 245 Hniuvrziig nf iiliinninnippi 1848-1916 llllllllllllllllllllllll Six Departments 1Complete ln Every Particularp Academic Engineering Medicine Education Pharmacy Law Location Unequalled in the South Electric Light, Steam Heat Pure Water, New Buildings New Equipment Summer Term for Teachers Next Regular Session Begins Sept. 18, 1916 Illlllllllllllllllllllll J. N. POWERS, Chancellor UNIVERSITY, MISS. Compliments of Baggeit 's Swimming Pool i..-InuHInIUIIIIIIHIIIIHIIUMII.,I--A Health ana' Pleasure Combined -4--H1IHHIHHIIllllhmlhumIIn--P The Most Popular Amusement Place in Oxford LB S LB J 247 49 McCowat-Mercer Printing Company CHURCH AND LAFAYETTE STS. JACKSON ,TENNESSEE STATICNERS, PRINTERS AND EN GRAVERS Bank and Court l'louse Supplies Wood and Steel Filing Cabinets Loose Leaf Devices and Supplies Blank Books Lithographing School Catalogs liilllilllilllllilwillllilllllllllllil We Printed 1910 "Ole Miss" Compliments of your friend J. E. BARROW Official Photographer for "Ole Miss" OXFORD, MlSS. Compliments of your friends PATTERSQN 89 ANDERSON oxFoRp, Miss. f,,,, , ,g f , 3 g 15 J 7 J I 9 3 Z 5 AQ U1 wg ? 2 .f Q-L 'Q 'S 5 5 - 2 rv- IP 3 QI' 1 - L Zag m Q ' 'rx x - ., f, ff 5 '11 3 w U, i' 2 y Q x :., f - ' if ' C r' +3 W XR co -4 73 I 'fl . 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