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N .ix L 1 ' 1 iiiii if :::::p:1v:n Q51 Cv- -xx f- -3 , . 'P M MOLE Miss, 1916-1917 volmxxl The Year Book ofthe University of Mississippi I'i'i:l.isi1ifim izx' Tiles. S HX I O R CI LASS HS SZ? 71,3 iiiiii L 1 A1 .,,ii J ii i 1 iiii i 'f f-ii 'pigg ', ,f f- A ',',' 'H' -V-f ii 2 3 :g5lf-:Eff-ff' ut , -gl ,- Iigi i gi 4, Q7 Allis? x tt SREFQ' ,,f O THUSIC wht, are rc'prt'sc11tctl hy this huula, to thosc wht, hy ulrncst aid and umpcrutimw haw helped in the ut-l1it-w- mt-nt of thu rccurtls thcrcuf, and to thost' xxhu ft-cl 21 trtlt' cnthusium and low for OIC ' iss,-grcctings arc giwn. If you, xyhu FCHL! thcsr plugcs, gttthcr froth them any ul thc haw and fI'lClNlSl1115 that IS mrs, 11 IH httcr yours tht-y hrlghtcn yuur cyt- hx' rccullxlmg clout tzlccs tht-11 to-hc scvn no . - . Q . murc, ll they hrmg um' perfect hour Ill tht- xtuts to Cmnt, or if tht-y cxprcss tht' spirit ul' Uh' Miss,-thvn tht- vthmrt hcrt' cxpclmthwl is nut in xuin, :mtl wt' um spcztk out fz1l't'xx't'll h with ll I.L'L'liI1Q ul' "Wt-ll lDum'." lfli f L FOREWORD lve wish to express our thanks in an hutnble way to those who have assisted either materially or by kind wor-ls uf encouragement in the production of this year's annual. XYe are more than usually appreciative of Chancellor Powers' timely suggestions and helpsg he has added largely to whatever may be the success and interest tit this book. Wie are fully conscious of the fact that there are errors within these pages and that there are also numerous omissions, but the staff has not been sparing of its efforts to avoid them and offers. as a legitimate excuse, the magnitude of the task and the failure nn the part of a few to co-ttperate to the extent of furnishing their por- traits. etc. The staff has attempted to profit by every suggestion which tended to make the book representative of the life and spirit of "C ble Miss." It has been the constant aim of the members of the statt to depict the University as it is today with the hope that it will be a greater one in the future. In conclusion we submit this little volume trusting that you will not be disappointed in our etforts and that the perusal tif its pages now and in after years will be productive of many pleasant memories. Tm-3 S'1'.xFF. QAX X Q W 250131 'Fi' V"'u. au. u.IVA" 'ft Qlmaoo WQWQW 'fm WQFPOQOO OOQWQ ig? Hg? it il? O 3 In 0Bur Alumni 8 73 'Gs' 8 o :ma 585 T' 5' hr wrn aah wnwru whnsr linrs anh wnrks haur E' F i ahhrh tu thr watrrial wrlfarr, thr wnral up- h 1 lift, aah thr spiritual inttururrs nf nur Statr. l whnsr intrllrrtual arhirurwrnts haur frurtitirh thr rinili- i zatinn whirh thrg fuwih rrratrh aah whirh thrg hanr E hhur su. wurh tn qarrsrrnr, whusr. hrarts haur thrnhhrh E Q: with prihr fur thru' Alma Hiatrr in hrr bags nf prugrrss Q: 1 F anh hanr snrruwrh whrn bags nf tilnnw frll arnunh 1 E- hrr, whnsr thuughts turn tuwarh hrr futurr with a nrw aah largrr uisinn in rmismiaurr with thr spirit nf a grratrr agr whnsr winhs arr thnughtful fur hrr futurr. , prnuh nf hrr prrsrnt Days ut' prnsprritg. with an ahih- ing intrrrst in a rightruus rnusrirnrr whirh shall rnrr hr hrrs. aah with a tixrh hrtrrwinatinu that thr futurr shall prrsrnt thrir influrnrrs uuitrh fur a grratrr auh a lirttrr lllninrrsitg. hrwnrratir in its spirit, usrful in its srruirr, srrking a strnngrr aah wurr lasting plarr in thr atfrrtinns nf thr pruplr:sEn thrsr wru anh wmuru whnsr wishuw has strragthrnrh thr rnunrils ut' Sttatr aah prnwntrh thr rinilizatinn nf hrr prnplr, wr gratr- fullg aah atfrrtinnatrlg hrhiratr this Annual, in this thr Qlrntrnuial ijrar nf nur hrlunrh Ulmmnnnwralth. lllhrrrnrr this nnluwr mag rrarh gnu, it rarrirs as nur must arhrut hupr thr wish that it mag hriug gnur fnstrr 3 nwthrr tu guur niinh anh hrart.- Elf gnu lnur hrr aah 3 Q! rhrrish hrar wrwurirs nt' hrr guihaurr whrn shr snught Q 2 tn mirturr gnu in kiunulrhgr. truth. anh wishnw. shr Q E- ruunts hrr grratrst wralth in surh wrwnrirs aah surh l lunr. Elinr gnu arr hrr lifr anh suul. 091ilg as shr linrs 1 in gnu anh in us is hrr lifr nigurmis aah whulrsuwr. ' Q aah hrr snul rrurwrh aah prrprtuatrh. ll9ur lmilhixigs, J lihrarirs. lalmraturirs, arr hut a rulh Zllllthflllill' pagrant 5 ll ag uulrss thrg arr lightrh lig thr rahianrr ut nur ruwwmi gg? Nm hrnntinn aah lugaltg. Blah this nnluwr, tar wiwurthy uf .13 h 3 thr srntiwrnt it hrrrini iwwlars, hr a tnkrn uf thr lnur aah 3 i srrnirr wr hrrr rrurw aah rrhrhiratr tu nur Alma Hlatrr. 2 t 8 'Q' 'Gr' 534' as has s Vfqlu au. .urfv is f,wQQoaVii f,oQ9ooo rp qw' n1 oooEQoo ooC3wo M n fx v ,e 2 w EJ -4 '-4 4 Q 11 LJ Q- .-J lIlm'l'1:xul: 'I'.41. I11l.1:o Iicmrd of 'I'rustccs Mm: I vi I III H I. IZu1In:H,I-x-wlIuc1.-I'11-xulml... . .I asks- 'Il . ' 01 Ill XX I Iuxl, Slzm- 5111w1'11m-mln-111,vx-.,IInv1-- I'uI v Ixfvllll Imxlln II'II' I"INI I.1cIQx1n1 . - 4....... ', I XX IIIIII II'IIf-I'IIh, .... .... I I.l1Io1I:lI': I I In XII.IX 4I'IIf I'IINI ....... ...IHIIIIIIIJIIN H I I xxx! I ml 4I"I IfI"IIII 5t'k'I'L'I'lI'X 1.11-11:uI:1 - , . 1 I I I III x 4I"II IWQIII ,...4 ..... . .. ..XuI4xIm1'g I Ix IlIl1vxrI"I4r I"'III IIv1'11:11IsI1' XX I Il IIIIIC 1l'PI11I'IJ2r.. ...XXIIIIUIIJ I X Ilwxxuln-X IIIIIM I'Ull,. ...Mlllltwxxll Hon fb Srase SUPt Hon.j.LlJ- Cuh-er I-lOYl.Roberi'Posbell A ' ex-O1-'iicio Y-lon.T. Bfranklin l-lon.O.F Lawrence l-lon.E.L.Brien I-lon.J.R.Tipfon Ho11.lU.C'.TigoH'e: I-lon LIUARD OF TRUSTEES Pon l .7 k11xx11u.u1-1:lwf11'1lM11x1'mxu1:5 N F WA hklfcl. L11., 111.1 .. l'1'11f1'.v5111' 11f l,1l11lI l.1111111111111' 111111 l.1l1'1'111111'1' .X.1Z., 112l111111lL'I1-51111101 1'11111'gc, 188-13 .X.R1. 1111.13 111s1r11c111r 111 1-111111 111111 1111-1-14. 1Q11111111 li--ck 111f1111111'. '11-xzu, 1885-87g Qflllllllllk' S111- 111-111. 1.111111 111111 111'1'1'k. L'1111'1-H115 111 '11L'X21N. 18811-873 g1'l111l1l11k' S11111K'111. L'111X'L'I'511j' 111 Y1r- g1111:1, 1887-80 1111111111 111 1.1211'k'j' sc11111z11'-1111111 .X-N1-111111 111111 .Xsw11c111t1' 1'1'1111-55111 111 1.111111 111111 111'1'1'14. 1.'l11XL'1'811j' 111 lX11sx1s5111111. 1880-0-11 1'1'1111-swf 111 1.111111 111111 111'c1'1i. 180-11 1'1'-111-s- N111' 111 1.111111 81I1L'L' 18053 g1'2l111lZl1L' S11111k'111. Hz11'1'z1r11 1'1111'1-rsily, 1802-033 111111111 111 M111- gzm 11-111111'f11111, XM. 1Hz11'vz1r111g 5111111-111 1'1111'1-1's1ty 111 1'1-1111sy11'z1111z1. 18011 15111111111'r1j A1l1l11C11 111111 1Q11111L', 10115 1s11111111c1'1g 11L'1'1111, 19117 1w111111111'1'1: 11-11111011 11'-1114 111 11L'I'111'l 1,111- YL'1'N11j' 211111 111 111111, 19111-11. XY.-Xl,1.1-114 8, L1i.X'1'H1ili8, 11.11. 1111111 V1 H11' ,1l1'111.1'1I1 5111111111 l'1'11j1'.v.1'111' 111 1111111111-1' 111111' ll1.1'11111111,1' SL'1111111N 111 1,1111111gj', 1A11L'I111N11'j, 211111 11l'11111Q5, L'111x'1-rsity 111- Xv1I'g1l11ll, 1801: M 11. 180-13 g1'z11111:111- 811111l'111. '11111115 H1111111115, 1805: 1'111X'1'l'8111 111. 1'1111':1g11, 1807, 101111, 10111, 111113. 10117 1x111111111'rf11 N1-w x'111.1f x1lll'111k' 1!111111g 11111 1.1111111':1111r1', 18011 1N111111111'1'1g Lf S. x1ll1'111L' ll111111g11':11 1-:111111'11l111'1, 1808 15l1111l11L'1'1Q 311-111- 111'1'111 14111115 N11111111:1111 S1'11'1111I1c 1fx111'1l1l11111. 11411113 N111111l'11 111 11z11'1'z11'11 1'11111-11115, 10115, '1111 1N111111111'1w13 N1ll111L'11 111 1111s1111:11s 1111 1'1111':1g11. 1011-1 1Nl11I1l111'1'1Q g1'1l1111111l' S111111'111, 1111s1111:11s111 NLWX 111114 1111 1N1l111111l'1'1, 101183 111N11.111.1111' 111 11111111gy, 1'1111'1-1x11y 111- X'11'g1111:1, 180-13 .Xx- S1-Iillll 1'I'1111'xN11I' 111- 11111111g5 111111 11k'1111'Qf. 1l111Yl'1'N11j' 111. K11ss1ss111111, 180-1-1153 H1':11l 111 1111. 1J1'l1111.11111'111 111 S1'11-111'1-. X11111-1' S1'1111111. 111'- g11111il, 18115-11113 1'1'1111wx111' 111 1:111111Qf' 211111 111-- 11111Hf. 1'1111'1'1's11y 111. 81111111 1'z11'111111:1, 181111-11141 1'lA111l'NN111' 111. 1:11111'g1 111111 111-111-1g5, 1'111x'1-wily 111 X11w1w1l1111, 18118-101153 1,1'l11.K'58ll1' 111 111111- 11g1 111111 l,11y5111l11g1, 1'11111-1w1ty 111. Miwsimippi N1111'1' 101135 111-:111 111' K11'1111':11 SK'1111111, 91l1l'l' 11111.11 1111'1'1'111r 111- 1'1l11111' 111111111 1114 M5815- s1l1111, N111l'K' 111111. 1' 1 NX .,4-- Tlzirlccn .Q-N X1 3 I 1'1iT1i1Q XY. RUXYLAND, M.D. 1'r11f1-5,v11r rlf- l'l1111'm111'11l11g-11, . lvlI1'i'c'l'Sl-11' l'l1-1'.vi1'i1111 X M.1J., Memphis H11spit211 Me1'1icz11 L.l111K'gC. 18823 New Y111'k P111yc1111ic, 18873 special 11'111'k in Pliysiezil 1Jiag1111sis. X11rt111veste1'11 Dispensary, New Y11rk, 18873 Presiclc-11t Mis- 1' sissippi State Meclical ,Xss11ciz1ti1111. 189-13 stu- 11e11t 111 1111511112115 111 P11i1z111e1p11ia. 189111 Mem- 11er State 111121111 111 H1-z11t11, Sec111111 1,'1111g1'es- si1111a1 District, 1911113 Member State 111111111 111 Health, state-211-lzirge, 1911-1-191183 st11111-111 111 1DCIJ2lI'1111L'1'l1 111 1'11z1r111z1c11111gy, L'11iversity 111 C11icag11, 19118 1Sll11'l11'1L'I'1Q 1'r111ess11r 111 B121- teria Medica 211111 1"11z11'111z1c1111,1gy. L'11iversity 111 Mississippi, si11ce 19113. 1J.XX'11J H1J1Q.X1j1i 1,11SHl'J1W, MHX, l'r1111'.1'.v11r' .1f llllffllxll 1.1111111111-111' 111111 l.1t1'1'11f11r1' 3.11, 11l111111.y 211111 11ei11'5'. 18913 MDX., 1111114 11er11i1t L'i1i1'ersity, 18973 l11S1141.1Ct111. i11 XLII1' 11er11i1t L'11i1'e1'sit1', 1897-993 1"r111ess11r 111 1'111g- 11s11, X1111S2l11s 1111110211 191111-11-13 1'l'1111'ss11I' 111 1i11g1is11 211111 1Q11et111'ic, 211111 11e11es-1-etti'es. 1'11i- x'ersit1'111 Mississippi, 1911-1-191153 1'1'111ess111'111 t11e 1f11u1is11 1.:111g1111ge 111111 1411L'I'2l1.111'k'. 1'11ix'c1'- sity -11 Mississippi. since 19115. HALYIN S. 111Qr1XX'N.M1S.,1J,S1,.1'1111. l'1'11f1'x.1'111' 111' .1l11d1'r'11 1.111111111l111's 111111 1 8 X2l1111k'1'11111 111i1'e1'sity, 18883 MS- t11e 211111-, 18913 1J.Sc., 111L' same. 18923 ,Xssistzuit 111 French 211111 1i11g1is11. the same. 1892-9.1: . ctiiig .Xssistzmt 1'1'11fc--wr 111 1Q11g1is11, L'11i- versity 111 Miss111i1'i, 1893-9-13 5111410111 111 1'11i- versities 111 1'z11'is 211111 Leipzig. 189-1-953 111- . struct11i' 111 1fi1g1is11. 11111111-r11i1t L'11ix'1-rsity if 1825-9113 111s1r11ct11r 111 1f11g1is11 211111 lf11111pz11'z1- mg tive 1,11CI'Z11111'L', lfiiiversity 111 1f111111'z11111, 1898- 1911111 P1111., L'i1iversity 111 1,f11111rz11111, 18991 "'i .Xctiiig 1'r111ess11r 111 M1111er11 Lziiiguages. L'11i- 65 versity 111 Mississippi. 1911.21 5111118111 111 Spain. Q .1 Italy 211111 Greece, 19113-11-12 Acting' 1Xssist1111t 1'r111ess11r 111 1Q11mz111ce Laiiguages, L'11i1'e1'si11 'Y 111 Misswuri, 1911-1-115: L'11ix'ersity111 Mississippi 4 since 1905. 'Ji ,,,... -101-1N H, DURRO1-1, BE.. QE. 1701111 nf ilu' lL11g11111'm'111,11 .S1'l11ml 1'1'11f6Js111- uf Cl"Z'lf l:11g1111'c1'111g 11.11, Yuiiclcrlmilt Linivcrsity, 19033 L'.1f.. tlic siiinc, 19153 cngageml in practice 1-f llnginecr- ing. 1903-0113 Assistant Prwfcssiir pf Civil and Muiiiuipul linginccring. 1'nix'ursity uf Missis- sippi, 1900-083 Prwfcsswi' uf Municipal and Suiiiiury liiigiiiccriiig, 1908-123 1-'r1,-fcsswi' uf Lfivil Iiiigiiicwiiig, since 1912: Uezin since 1915. HENRY MINOR VASIQR. PHC. 1151111 nf 1116 511111111 of I,11t1I'1lIt1li,1' l'1'111'1'5s111' nf l'11111'111111'y 1"1i,ii.. St. Lpuis Llillcgc uf Pliaiwiincy. 19023 Spccizil wmirlc, same, suinincr uf 1908: ML-inlacr uf Mississippi Stats: linzircl of Plizirmzxceuticzil lixziniincrs. 190-1-081 Prcsimlcnt uf 1'hiar1,1, 19123 cngagccl in im-tail drug business fpiiirtccii years: Acting 1"r11fess11r of Pliarmacy. 1'ni- vcrsity uf Mississippi, 1908-103 Piwifcsspi' pi' 1'1iuriiiz1cy, Lniiversiiy of Mississippi, sincc 19103 Dean nf llip Sclimil, since 191-1. L,1'11Q1b1U1'111'.1Q 1.ONf11-AT. 1!.:X,, Pull. .'l.f.Y11l4lilI,l' l'1'11f1'.v.v111' of 11111.11 IZ.,-X., 1'nivcrsity uf Mississippi, 19005 Pli.IJ,, 1v111Yl'1'511j' uf Ciiiczigii, 19153 'fcziciicr uf ling- lisli in llic Philippine 1S12ll1l1S. 1901-0-13 1n- sirnctifi' in linglisli in ,lwlins Hopkins L'nix'cr- sity, 190-1-055 stnclviit in bliilins Hupkins L'ni- vvrsity, 1904-083 stnrlcni, 1'iiivn-rsiiy pf l'1ii- cgigu, 1908, 1909, 1911 isniiiincrsig .xSS1S12ll11 1'i'11fvss1i' -if 1.fl1111. l'iiiu-rsiiy pf Mississippi, 1908-19103 .xSSllL'12l1K' Piwifcssiii' sinrc 1910, 1-...,..........-.........,..X 2 xx.. . ..... ,W ,... ...... .....,... , ,x..... .x,.......... ,. ....X .... A... w gwx X XYINX DAVID HIQTJLICSTUN. PLD., 13.11. I'1'f1f1'.v.m1' uf l'l11!i1.wfl1.i' and 111111115 .,X.,., ...3 ,Q .N.x N., .,. ,..,... NEWS r AN? Q Ififlven :X.11., L111YCI'Sl1y +11 Missisnppi, 188.13 1111, tfcutral L'iiix'n-rsity -if Kentucky. 191121 Act- ing 1"i'wfcssf1r fvf 1"11i11N-pliy zmfl Iithics. Uni- Ycfsilj' :if B11SS1SSi11pi, 19119-1113 PI'111L'4N11l' H1 1'1ii1-ii--pliy and lgthics, L11lYCI'bl1y Ut Minu- sippi. since 1910 ,xx1,1'1x1-1j XXILLIAM R111.111,X. 1,.A.. Pli.l1. Illitfls 11111 1.1lc1'11fi11'1' 12,.X., Lviiivwxily iff '1'11i'f11il11. 13883 1114 wtructwr in 1111-Q14 111111 1.:1lin, Iiurriu l,'11111-giziiv lmiitutc, Umzirifi, 1880-18'Jfr3 grzicluzitc 5111111-lit in 11111119 11111113115 L'nix'ui'si1y, 124911-1011113 191-1- lfrxx' in flu-ck. hliiliiix Hwplcinx L'iiixw-iwily. 15155-18991 1'1i.11,, thu Qzinic, 1899: 1',I'+1fL'NNl1l' I 1 lcgc. 191111-19111Q 1,l'1l1k'4SH1' iff fircck. Lvl11X'k'1'- Nit3 uf Mismissippi, sinus 1910. s1f1HN CLAYTUN FAX1. AAI., 1'I1,1J. 1701111 iff llzv .Nuliiml uf I:d1:i'11t1w11 l1'wf.'.i'.w1' nj .N1'u111afi11'.x' lLd1m1t1.111 AXII., lfiiwry 111111 Henry Cfvllcgc. Yirginiu 18893 .-XM.. thc suinc. I'c1.l1., New Ywrk 1'iii- vcrsity. 18951 1'i'n-siilviit Mississippi Slam- 'll-ucliers' Assiicizitifiii, 1911113 XM.. Lhivci'-ity J uf Miisiieippi, 111123 1'fl.1J., New Ywrk 1'iii- versity, 19151 1'rii1ci11a1 Public 5011111113 New- t-iwii. Miss., 1889-18933 SL111L'1'11'l1k'l1l1k'111 111 Scliimlw, 11'zitcr Yzilluy. Mis.. 18915-189113 Su- wwiiiteiirluit -if QL11111i X1Ll'1111111 Nliw 1- 3 . 3 i-, , - 2 , - , .. 18911-191111 Pr-ifcssi-r inf Suuiiiimlafy 1iw1m'ziti..n. l'nix'crsi1y uf Mivissippi, sincu 191113 Dk'llll 111 801111411 of Iicllitutiiin, since 1915, . X 1 X mN WTKII Fxxlx 1 If fl! 1111 S1lI'f l11'f1'.1X1I ff I 1 IXKINI X 111 XIINN NN lbsi 1 I'lI1IkI'lIIkI1l 1 t lf1l111 ltll 111 7 911 X1 NN1NN111111 NLI1 111 ll I r11 N 11' IXCTNIIX 1NN1NN1 11111: K 3 ed D1 III 111 1111 L D1111111111 XXlIIIXXIlII1Ix 1 l1f11111 1fl111 1 1 I N Xl1llN111N K-1111 1 XIIN S ll P111fcN 111111N IX 1111 ' N N 11111 1 XX1 KX KH I1 11111 111 1l111N P14111 N N ll' 111 W 1 lk IN 1 1 w 11 PII U. 191111 IDN 1 N ll5Nlk 111N1 N U 1 N N 111 I'111f1NN111 nfl N N 1 1 1 ll UU9 917 XLIIH N N QVIIII LN 1 N N 11111 X 1r1 11111 lr1IIX11'llIlX Xl XIII 1Illf l11f11111' j 1,11 I 1111 ll11111'1l 171 1111111 11111 l11NI1x1111111 l111111N ' 11 XI I7 X lIlllL'l'lIlll llllxllx ' 1 lNl 1111 11111 N11 l111111N 1 f 1N1NN 1111 N X i ,'- xxxxx : Q -.... E :Xa " XX "Xa XXNNN X , IUHIX X1z51111 511 AX, XM., 111113. l'1mfi'.f,miz' ,if L'l1c1f11'5t1'y .L A355131 1 .X.1f3. XYCi1ITl1I'IS1L'l' ijfillcgc. 11Ql1l1Sj'1YLll112l. H 4 1 A 1824113 ,X.M., tlic szimc. 18893 1l'HfL'S9Hl' uf L'1icniiQtry iii xvCi1l'l11I1S1Cl' lf1+11L'gL'. PCIIIISX1- 1 vania, 1889-913 1"li.1J., ,Inline Hiipkins, 18933 Prfvfcssfvr uf Clicmiatry in Mwiiiii-111111 fwllcgc. 1895-19151 Acting 1,I'4lfL'5S4VI' wwf 1'11t'I1'l1S1I'B' iii gig 1 Lhivcrsity uf Missiwiplmi, 1912-1.35 1i,I'1lfCiS'Pl' 'ff Li11CI'l11S1I'j'. thc SZIINC, Sincc 1915. Sczfmzteen 1xI.N1 -. , , 1xJL , .. 1 -Ii Z., ' ix'c1'sity uf Miwiwiiwpi, 13903 L1-.li.. thc Qznnc, 18993 Mcmlicr uf thc Lcgislziuirc 1-f Mixsissiiiimig Mciiilici' nf 111121111 -if T1'11N1L'k'N. L111YL'1'N115' uf Miwiwipimig 1i112l11L'k'114lI'Hf '1'1iirfl urlicizil District 'if Mivisiimrij 1'1-ufwssf-r -if Lux, LI1lXt'lNI15 fit Miwiwippi, mica 1,I1.v. lit 1511 I:1-1. XX. 1413111-,Iii 12 B.. .XXL l'1ifji.x,w1 iff l.li1!LLlflHII 1 1 I stuwlcnt L l11YL'I'Sl1j' -it 11-xux. 19411 lwumiiicrl , X NI., L'iiix'c1'sity uf Lliiczigw. 19113 liixtructwr I utlicmzitics zmrl Iliysics, iimirliliglit tbl- 'Vxzm 19112-1911.33 Imiructwr in Mzmtlicf iiiaticx, 1'H1ytcc1mic lfnllcgc, 10115-19ll7g 1"rin- cipznl 'if High Sclim-1, Hillflwrfw. Tcxus. 19117- 19123 1jI'L'N1f1L'l1l 1-f slwlm '1'z1r1ct+v1i kfivllc-gc. 1912-19133 ,Xswciatc 1'riifcswi' uf 1'il1lICZl11f,Il1, L'iiix'c1'sity uf Missiasippi, 1913-153 1'l'4lfCSS1Il' Ht lffliicatiini, Viiivcrsiiy .if Missiswippi, since 1915. Q1 A ss-.sm-Lsm 1,51 .iq .,,4.'. 1. 1. v0 .. I. , : +9.- .1 N-ss, s..2..x ,...,...S ,,-,............x ww., ,... ............, 3 , -35353511 x X KN: E NWFYXE i WWF.WEs:::::::::::zL:::fs 'SQQN X' : ' -:5" Y'f' ' .11JS1i1'H UT'1'lfR13Ii1N L'1Q11J1iR, 31.13. ' 1 1'1'1ff1'.1'.wr 1-j 111 jgvifrfifybi' 111111 Hi.s't11l1151-1' 31.11. L'ni1'1-rsity of Yirginia, 19123 Assist- 11111 in 1711j'S11l111Qy. 1111- same, 1911-123 111 structwr in Pliysiwlwgy, 1110 same, 1912-133 .Xs- sl1C1Li1L' Prwfcsswr uf Pliysi--1wgy and Histpliigy 1'11ivursity 1-f Mississippi, 1915-191113 Prpfcs- swr 111 P11j'S1ll1Hgy, siucv 191113 Assistant DL-1111 'if 5C1111111 1,11 Mcrlicim-, sincc 1915. .1 AMES 121 JXY.-X RD XY1NST1JN 11..X.. MA., 1311.13 ,K 1 1'rfff1's.wr iff Ilisfmy 11.A., L'11ivcrsity uf Yirginia. 1911113 K1..X.,11lc 'ii same. 191113 MA., Hzirvarfi L'11ix'ersity, 19115: 1'111J L'11ix'crsi1vf1f Pe1111sx'1v'111i1 191-1 111 s11u1111r 111 Histwiy. Lmursity uf 1'XLI111lL1xj. 19112-11-13 liistriictui- in Histury, L'11ivcrsi1y pf '1'cxz1s, 10117-1183 1llS1I'11C11,1I' in Histwry, P1-litirs, 111111 licivriuiiiics. 1lI'1I1CL'111I1 L'nix'crsi1y. 1911-133 111st1'11c1-wr i11 1-1is111ry 111111 Pwlitics, 111C szmic. 1913-l-1g 1,1'11fCS5ll1' 111 H1S1l1ff'. L'11iY6Tsi11' uf Mississippi, since 11 X X ,X,11.. 11Z11'111s1'11 1-1111---v 19111 r- 11f,!1sl1 rg .X.X1., 111C slllllm, 1151173 11ls1l'llL'11ll' R101 2l11l1' 51'11H111, 111111- 11111-fffgzi. TKA1111Kx5SK'L', 19117-19091 5111110111 1'o 1111 1111 1'11i1'1'1'si1x' 19111 1917' 111s11'111'1111' 1111 11.1 ,, 11,111 1411111111 111211 51'1IIH11, Xvix' 141111, 1012- 191-13 .Xssis1:111l 1'1'111'1-ssin' 111 1'i11g1is11. 1'11i1'1'1'- J, . , . . . . . ,H sity 111 Mississippi, s1111'1'- 1' A X, S 1 . lf1g1l1l1'1'u ., , W 1 s mm ,X .LA,,Q X' ig sXs N1 s xN......N. ...., ,.,...... ,.. sa ..N.X.....x.,. 3.1,-0 "'44.,,L .4 Niizefrmz BILLY SYLYIQSTER GUYTON, MA... M11 Pwfcssfra' nf Piiilznlivyy and lflartrrifflugy BS., Mississippi College. 19083 HS., Uni- versity of Mississippi, 19103 MMR.. the same. 19113 Student Assistant in Histiiliigy, Univer- sity inf Mississippi, 1910-113 M.D., University of Virginia, 19133 Intcrne in Martha ,leffersiin Sanatcirium. Cliarlnttesville, Virginia, 1912-133 lnterne in Orange Memiirial Hospital, Orange. New jersey, 1913-143 General Practice uf Medicine, lng-imar, Mississippi, 1914-153 Pru- fessnr of Patlimlngy and Bacterifiliigy, Univer- sity of Mississippi, since 1915. XVILLIAM ARTHTQR IJAIQIJEN, 1-XTR., .-XM. liislrizcinr in Eiiiffislz Ali.. University uf North Cariilina, 19103 XM., Cinliiiiiliia University, 19123 stuilent at tfiiluinbia University, 1911-19143 Teacher in Buys' High Scliigml, Brcmklyii, 1914-19153 1n- structor in English, University of Mississippi. since 1915. RAYMIER XYIQNIJIQLL T 1 NSLIQY, All., .-XM, lri,rf1'11t'fm' in .lliidcriz Laiigjiziiifpg giiigp 14,15 1X.l'l,, L'niversity uf Kentucky, 19123 1'rin- cipal Greenville lKy,l High Scliiml, 1912-133 lnstructfir in German anfl linglish, Hartfiirfl tKy.l Liiillege, 1913-1-13 Hiililer :if Crailiizite Schiilarship in German. 1'niversity 'if llliniiis. 191-1-151 AM., the same, 19153 Summers iff 1912 anrl 191-1 travel and stnrly alirfvailg Sinn- mer nf 1915, Sturlcnt Natiivnal fierman-.Xmeri- can Teachers' Seniinaryg Summer uf 1916 flrarluate Student, L'niversity uf lfliicagiu Secretary University i-f Mississippi Philiilwg- ical Club. "" V i' "" """ ' 5" MwMA,,..'A-' "A' f"i""'7"""""3 ,,,,., ,,,,,,.,w . - rl! .Xl.1.X.XX1Jl.lx H. bLHL1L PHL lmfzzlltiu Ill .Uudinz Lllllfllldflia I? ""' Pl1.li.. Lnivcrsity wi Ll11CZ1.Qll, 19153 grail- uate stuclcm, the same, 1915' lustructur in Mmlcrii L.ii1gu.1gu, Lnixumti ut Mismimbippi. siiiu' 1915, IJUXALD F. MCLICOD. Ulf.. sswciutc Mcmlicr :Xmcriczm Sfvcictx' Li lf. . flfuil l111g1111i'cl'111g1 Lflf., Llirm-ll L'iiix'crsi1y, 19073 Assiic. Mem, -Q 1 Xm Soc, C. li., 19123 Prwfvssur uf Mathc- iiiuticzil ziml Civil lfiigiiicwiiig, Q-l2l1'liS1Jl1 C01- gc nf 'lX'clii11il0gy, UCC. 19051-19073 Prwfcssin' ut Kixil l111.I111CC1'111g. thc sanic, 1907-1908: . yinccr uf Swiziiiac Luke, N. Y.. 1908- 1909' fliicf lfngimfer fur the lhiarrl .if Vulilic Hulk- 'if llic City uf Ithaca. N. Y., 1909- 23 Su ici'iiitvm1um uf Public XYurlqs. ltllacu. X X 1212-19133 City liiiginccr uf Ni-xv Glas- ww, X. N., 1913-191-13 Pity Manager iff Lakc- lzmil, Flu.. 1914-19153 Assistant Pri-fcssm' uf tivil l':I1g'111k'C1'111g1. l'r1ivui'sity wif Mississippi. Sc 11. 1915-lun. 19173 I'i'wfcssm' uf Mimici ml 2 giiivcriiig, thc same, since vlan., 1911. IXXII-'Q 'I'-XIQ1'l1-'Y www iw 5:-If 1 l ss ssippi, 19103 l'i'in- , '99-19013 l'riii- I 17 Miss., 1902-073 .Xssistziiit iii Mzltlic- iiizitics, li111X'k'I'x11X' uf Mississippi. 1908-113 ln- -timl-vi in M.11Iuii1.itus in 111511 5111414115 1911-1.3 :mil 1915-103 Qliimlciit. l'iiiwi'sity ul Twenty "" : xxxxx X 1 1 XQNYN "QQ X Twenty-one MILTON SAXUN CUSHXIAX .1s.f1',vf1111l 1'1w1fu.v.w1' nf llzktffry 1 Q ' ' .X.11., 12111, lulunc LI1lYQI'S11j' 111 Llllllillllllll XM., 1914, ilvidg iirzuluutu stnrlcnt, Ll111YL'Y- sity 11fL'lliCagr1, 1911, 191.3 Llncl 191-13 .'x5i1S12ll11 1,T1I1C1112ll Muuricu Hrzulcel Sclnml, 191193 ln- structwr in Histury, Latin, 111111 lfnglisll. Hur- ris Sclnml, New 11I'1L'll11s, Lu., 19111-121 ln Qtructnr in Histwry anal Latin. Marlin Hi 11 Sclnml. Marlin, Texas. 1912-153 lmtrnctl-r in - Q 511. 1. M. K. AX. l'.YCl11112 Sclmnl. 11 cst 1' n 11 Pull man. 111.. fall uf 19151 in 1-xnplny 1-f 11-m- m1mwczmltll-lfrlislrn 1'1111111z111y, 1'l1iczlff11 111 1Yintcr uf 1913-1-13 .Xcting 1'rf1fus111' --1 l'n 1isl1 anal Assistant in S1-C1111 5C1t'l1Ck'N. Blclivn- flrcc Olllcgc, 1-c11z1nn11n. 111., 191-1-153 ln- strucwr in Hi-twry zmfl l'1ClIl1I11111L'i. ilvid., sum- mer uf 19153 lmtructfvr in Hi-If-ry zmfl lim-- nmnicf. 5121111-41I'1l 1,1-111-gr. Stzulfnrfl, 'llfxzm 1915-lo 11L.X1l1lp 11 X1'1111Y 1iI1'1lY1'11x 'K 1.11511 Sch'-111 111 ,Xpplnwl 5C1k'1'lCt'. 19117 unm- l11L'l'11 11'cstcr11 lQcwc1'x'c LlI11X'L'I'Nl1j. .X.l1.. 191113 lnstructflr uf 1'l15w1Lw zmnfl 1'ln-nnstry. High Sclnml, Lincnln, lllinni-, 19111-19133 ln- Ntructwr uf lfln-1nistr5 zlnrl 1Lr:ulu11Ic Slnmlcnt lwwa Stzltc lfwllcgc, 191.1-191113 L'l1ix'c1'5ity 111 Mississippi, 19111. F. L. HTSAXX. All, 11.5. ln Inn., XM. 1 , .X.I1,.1m1 K1..X.. L111Xt15l1j 111 N11SS111111, 11.5, 111 lzmlucz1ti1m, Urliwrwity 111 M155--uri .1.N.X111lLI14' l'I'I'f1'.Y.V1'I' aff lflrffwffl' ei If R1 X1x1 N Hfxlxx L1 11 111 111111 N lu ll gr 111 H1 11111 1111111111111 L-1111 1 121 11 I 1111r 111 lin 11411 1111111 111x1 1 x um Il lk 1111 011 X11111 sv 1 1 1 XIINN Nsl 11 1 L1 NTICIX X T11 FC' If f1 YN! 1 fbi!! N LI11x1ll1'X1l N11 1111 11111111111 111 111.111 1 fr N1 1111110 1,1111 ll 1 111 XI1rx 1 4 111 1111111 11 11l111'1111 I1 11111 lr-1 N 11 L1111115113 U1 Xl1bb1:,N1pp1 1 fm PXINX 1 RUPTYQOX Xl s1lX '11 Xxlxul x 1 11 1 wh 1111 111 7 11111 1 1111 Nl U 1 ' N1l11l 111 Ili'-11 1 xll14ll1t N 1 4 ' 1 .-Mus 111 1 11 111 111111111 . ......, . .,...,..,..x.. ...l tu... .x.. My ? xxsx R XX X N X D? 'K" 2 S mx im ,S Arita. 7 ,on Tuwzfy-three G, H. XYOULIQTTIQ, BS., BLS. .'l.vJ1'sla11t Pzmfusiwz' nf f,ilICI1IfXfl'X' BS., and MS. from L'nivursity uf Mimw HARRY MIQRIQIJITH BRYAN, HS., LLL .lifiifflllf 1.11 l-a1'zu US., L'nix'crsity uf Miswissippig LLL.. Uni versity uf Mississippi. 1910. M155 M.-XRGARIQT RUL'DIiBL'SH. HA. Dvazz iff ll'fu11011 1115!1'zu'tif1' zu Hfrmi' lifmzffiiiifs University 'if Mississippi, sincc 1915, 0000 O O 0 0 oo 0 o o O O QQ? 3? ifgxvv E C3 if 'X ' 5 ooo V H -r oo oo ,E oooo 0 l r 1 A... F15 STX XS. 1 S x X. X A ..,.x. ....X,..., , 'W""SiX ,f f 135' ---P -QQ Qfficers ofthe University DAXIIJ. LX L L RML 5 lil P5-5. lib., LLB. St'l'l'l'ftII',V I,T,.l3.. L'nivcr4ity of Mivissippi, 1007: SCCi'ClZl1'j' l'uix'crsity of Kliwissippi sincc 1004. l XIISS .Xl XIQY l1li'I'SY NlAXl.'l'l1Y MISS l1R.XI7Y .S'4'v1'vl111'-y Zu C-llllffl-fvfilfr T1'c1i111'f1' .X'1rr.m' lrwlrfx'-fulzr' .,XQk..,..R ' L V ' mm' af-A Yi Th Th An it .,,3f..a College Life The lights arc fill: thc Ncrecn ljmecmiiv- ztliw. liwlil iigurcf stl'1 mg with mainly grztcc ztppcztii Xwhile they hwlil thc view. aiirl than paw wut lu he nw niwrc rccztllcil. lfztint sliaclfm'-sliztpw Uf titlit-rs hlur the scrccii. :ill intlistiuct l'crchancc 21 ligtire, frztilcr than the rest. l'1mwtiQcfl hy his fullwws. winks amid The tlirimg. Xml -ti they come :mtl gn Q wlil mztcliim- fulfils its tlew ' The lighh are tm: :mil mm' again arc t lt c faithful hziml is cu-1' dur the lilm. tim' 1 If wfwlc. Xml mm' ziliiitlicr rccl goes fl wthcr tigtirt-N umm within the V7 l'z1sQ in :mtl wut :mil sumti :miitlicr rccl Puts fill its shifting pcrwnncl. ILXY ' S. .X. ll, ff, 'A ..4?gi" Tweu ty-jim' Peabody lbuildmq ll 'Q 3:rzf""'-"Mt" "' " """"""' K .A l Fllll I. Ill!! The Bell Q4 1 ,. ff- zffifi inn- ...N ,-. 3.39, .. ,f 1. , ,fw f fn.: fig", N ISIENIIQVZI 32117 ' x , , .W f F N K vs N EZf 53?'z if 51 xiii! f I' flfi. " r 14-J P . W, X kw- D , xii? I F my -21 fda 4 11, 4 L.- , '-Q 1 M '4- vs. ' 1 f H4 Lf? tl .1 A 7 1, 1 ' r if MAPK Q' ? 3: "i, +F:F'6b , f - .Pi E -,J xv 'iii J,.,. P l'Kg,,? -H-4. U," 4, , H-,L '7 - -Y' wx 1 1 1 1 X X vc lwdc Hffo r J. Tturu ..,. XX wi W N gf .,... --V'k NNW if Officers of Senior Academic Class DRL'11i .'XNs1f1I.x1 Mc'Lfxl.L.. .... !'1'v,c11iv1zf EDWIN IIAA1 Moxlm Lf mx:-is. . . . . . .IYau-f'1'c.vfdr111' Miss NIARGIE PARKS. . . . ..S'm'1'vta1'.x'-Y'1'm5zz1'u1' Miss f,wIIRlS'I'INlf F.xl:r.1fY H1',vt4n'ia11 Miss Evxlwi Nmzux Proflzvf Tzvcu I 5'-SC'L'61l i P l 5l ul 'Y 'Q lbw lv V, :jf 11 fl , , 1 1 ,J ,A 4 W 1 T V I. H i. 5 11 yu iff 's 5 1 V N1 'Q i, I 1 iv Ju N... ..,. ......,Q ,..,.,....., -..-......J L...................,E Sul .x..x..,..,........ N ll 1 4 I qwpwv- V jf- ' All E. L. ATKINSON, BS. Hulcomb "Of 5L'l4'llL't' and Ingit' ln' vl1i1tfcr.v. .lx fini' and as just as lzt' ran." lfreslnuan Oratxry Medal '153 Y. M. C. A. Councilg Y. M. C. A. Cabinet '17g Plii Sigma Literary Society: Board wt Control of Mississippian '17. MISS KATHLIQICN BALUXYIN. M.A. Moscow, Tenn. nCiHlI.Yli.VfL'llf. 'zumriazgf all that iuvigllzl Of lciirlziaig ligflztly lilrc ii flute'vr." M.1i.L., Blue Mountain Cullcgeg BS. ILS.. Cnivcrsity of Mississippi: Y. YY. C. A. Cabinet 1912-'l3g '13-'l-lg Presi- tlcnt of Y. YY. C. A. 1914-'15g Class Poet 19143153 Mississippian Staff 1913- 'l-13 '14-'15g '15-'log Brown Prize, 1913- '1-1, '14-'15g Assistant Secretary tu Chan- Ccllm' 1915-'10, '10-'17g Puct of Alumni .AxSS1IClElIi1'nl1 1916-'17. HICRMAN ,IICSSIZ BANKSTUN, US. liclwzirtls ".1 limi uumiigf ladivs is ll unix! drfudfzzl flung." Hcrlnczing Chemistry Clulmg Y. M. C. .YQ Stuclcnt Assistant in Physics: Cus- tiiclizm in Chem.: Yicc-President in Her- inezm '173 Prcsiclcnt Clicniistry Club: llugirtl uf Cwntrnl uf Mississippian: Y. M. C. A. Cuuncilg Inter-sucicty llclmt- ing Ciiuncil '15-'lug Class Urrltur '17. 1YlLl.lAM l1Al.lQ l1liLl..,IlQ.. ILA. 1ll'k'I' llfnrlli "l5m' thi' .mkii lfvlwziuwv, I iwvirlu' dw uny- lliingl 11111 div." llcrint-zum: Y. M. C. A. Cuiiiicilp fiiwt-lt Clulmg .Xunuzil Stuff '17 1 St-ci intl .A1ll1lVL'l'Slll'5' Urzitui' uf llt-i'nit-:mg lit-zirlcr in lin-t-lc lJt'1b2ll'l11lCl1l '15-'lug lltlritci 1 iinst Y X M '17 . .g.... ... N N-'Ss 2 ' 'yess xs NW-W N ........ - ....,.. 5 ss swf 1. wi : Nm Y I :N - , .- s"""'sss'i t Twwity-viglit l . ,, 'f 't ""g ENZIIIIT A.-'t::i:::'g ?'Z::1t:::g gizrzriittiittttitriti filllilllllftifttiirt. "" A' s , S 'E : ,.,,,N 5-3 2 E 3 9 r -Q z 5 5 s : ..... --"-- 2 s 1 2 Q 5 ...s - -,Qt s ,.: X s - s: '.-- ig! 5gSKQg E::::::::':::::::::::::S'Q it by b:-1. x,.,, If Q G ss----M--w ---.-----W M-.-.----.1-W--.-.: :,.......v.e 1 .... -f 1, ,,... .....t ,,....,, We eu., k,,L ,t,t,t,,,s g,N,M-g " l MISS VVILDIE DUDLEY B-ENE, BS. 1 Oxford '14 lzvurt as sufl, 0 lzeqrt us kind. .J lzvarf as large und fran' 1' 'zvlmlv twrld llznzr ca11sifirzd." S. E. BETHEA, BS. Hattiesburg "lVrifc me cm 0110 who lows his fellntu- man." Medical Club: Yarsity Baseball 'lbg Mississippi Cullege Baseball Team 'll- '12g Captain Mississippi College Base- ball Team '12, HUVVARD EUGENE BRADLEY B,A. Belzfmi IfVlm n1i.1"d r'va.w11 tt-itll film.vzm', and wisdom zuillz mirlli, If lie had any faults llc lzas left 115 in doubt." Red and Blue Clubg Yellow Dogsg Ku Klux Klang Class Baseball '14-'l5g Class Basketball 'l6g Captain Pee Wk-e Football Team '16-'l7g Associate Editor of 'Mississippian 'l6-'l7g Annual Staff 'l73 Red and Blue Dance Committee. WILEY W. BRASHEARS, JR., BS. Gunnison "I du :ml ask, O Lord, flint lift' mahv lu' a filvasuzzt rwadf' B.A. Mississippi College 'l33 Y. M. C. A. Glee Club. Twru ty-nin e X X STN A QQQX N S 3 Q C ,...,.,. ...,.K, ' - ,,,,, -- ,,.,.. R gi "- U F H n R. M. BRIDGFURTH, B.S. Pickens "Hr was a svlzular, and a rift' und good 0116. li.rrm'd1ng wwe, fair sfnkwz and per- szradzugf' Red and Blue Clubg Hermeang Taylor Medal: Castle Club. ROBERT R. BUNTIN. B.S. Lake Cormorant "As hmldsfmzfg as an alleywy on the bank of flu' NUC." Freshman Oratory Medalg Class Bas- ketball, Baseball, Fuotball: Scrub Foot- ball Team '14-'15g Track Team 'l5g Fmxtball Team '15-'16-'17g "M" Club. EDVVIN HAMMOND CARNFS, B.A. Memphis, Tenn. "l3v.v1'dt's 'tis ft'llU'ZL'1I lu' ruzzld sfwak Greek. .lx nulrmzllvr as fiigx .rq1m1k,' Tlmf Lufin was no more diffirulf Tlmn tn fl I1lm'klvz'rd 'tis fu 2u11i.vtlz'." Gulf Club: Greek Club: Yice-l'resi- clent Senior Class: Taylor Medal in Latin: Duck Club. IQXMIZS H. CqXl.IJXX'lil.l.. IR., ILS. Charlcstr in .I fu-:wr llml lmaslx i11l1ulriIu11t.r likt' mv. mn lm':'v III' lurlc nj .VHi'l4'f,l'-U lit-rl :mtl llluc Club. I ! fllli . ' . Ni? M - 1.- I l .fr ,Hi 'Vi J Th ir! x l ssmwx 5 . ............ .if x.,, ,WS ...,.,....,.,..,..... i 5...........w.....i.t ?,..,..? ,K ,MX 'sg 52 xi-E XE Q, iw Q9 -S 1 E .......... "': ' i.:,.:::::iiE 'L'2 33,4--f:1:.s 1 Thirty-one LEMMI15 R. CLILYELAND, 13.S. Lfnion "My Libcrly, -:vas Dzzkvcinnz large F11 0 ugh ."' Student Assistant in Biology. MISS MARIE BYRD D1i1iS, 13.5. Crystal Springs "P1"l1ilv br1'gl1t-vyvd .rczfazrv Azuufrlzrs round." B..-X. from 1. I. 8: C. 'l6g Spanish Club: Chairman of Social Service Com- mittee Y. XY. C, A. PERRY lfL'f,i1iN1f DUNC.-XN, BS. OXfu1't1 ".-1111117115111 ln' had murlz full. H0 was awry shy of uszug it." Y. M. C. A.: Hcrmaeang Medical Club. MISS H 1iL1iN CHRISTINE FARLICY. Oxford "Size has a fj10'ZL'lllfl l1f0ri,'t111'y say, Tim mlm liar .wcniuzg iw." Class Historian '15 and '17g "Ole Miss-es," SC S mxxmmw xi 5ffx!lkxQQQ . Q Lxkxx t'XA TNR? ""'L Q 'kx'kN'k'L"'x' 2 kk"K" F' . V" N .,.....,, E.. M X R ' . X. Q 5 QN5 : gg:1::::::i. 5.,:,:::::3::X 5 E 5' . E I .- fl N ixv ?!E X if Ng Q. 1 1 ' LE ' 'Tn 'sul -1 1' 'ck ,l ' lf. .-X. L4-runcil. ". , w . n x, 'lil-'17, LIOY .-X. FUNK. ILA. Tficfllllfilll lull lf Luvy and I1-zu'-Imzg uw Ivrf1fl1crs." 111111 X L X Ia z ' - fg 'ass Bzukctlmall 'l0: Y. M. XY. P. FURR, HS. ' 'fllld Zvlmf is 111-v 1Ii.YfUl',X'?'U I 1111111 llx Ind" .l.Q,f,.xnH1xc,f.1 :,b. Tllun Hf fvru xvnrds mu' ilu' lvvxf HIc'II.u Xlissivilmpi A-X. N M. L4wlla'gL'1 Lv. S. Naval .XCZlllC!11y 3 I Mxlrizm Imtitutc. IQUY tZll.Kll-.IQ QIKXNT, ILS. l'+111twtwC l,1t IIN ll1!'I'4' f'1'r11'U. 1 Klwllvzll llulmg X'11l'SiIj' llzxskvtlnzlll '15- '. f'. Q. . .3 Class 3 sc- Ufssun ,. v.., - Prairie lcd and Iiluc Klub: Thrrfx'-two .. ...., . . .m ais E.....,...., R 'WM f.t:::.7.E Y..- ...... :E ..... .uwux i.........,.,..........x ilu., ,,.,,,,,, ...s s....,.,...s me.. x,.... ... as w......-.....,..: M S S 'W gm- 5...u...S g -3 sa gamma., NE 'T B '-'- 75:35 Q--A -. ' X ...YY .w......s.....m...-X S..-...Ms.-.-......-.vi bs.. Thirty-three BROOKS D. GOOD. B.S. l Oxford "Night after night hc sat, And blearcd his eyes with babies." Medical Club: Chemistry Club: Y. M. C. A. Council: Secretary of Medical Club. JEFFERSON K. HAMM, BS. Meridian "Is this that lzazzylzty gallant, guy Ln- tlmriuf' Red and Blue Club: Scribblers' Club: Outlaws '16-'l7: Manager Baseball Team 'l6g "M" Club: Y. M. C. A. Coun- cil: President Freshman Class 'l-1. ARTHUR CHANDLER HARGIS, MA. University BS. 'l6g Phi Sigma: Debater against A. K M. College 'l6g Critic of Phi Sig- ma 'l6. RICH.-XRD .STOTHER HARRIS, BA. Houston "Gnd bless the mutt who first z'11zfvaztt'd SfFC'f', So Satzrho 1,011.50 said. and so my 15" Hermaean: President Sophomore Class: Assistant Business Manager Mis- sissippian 'l4-'l5: President's club: Greek Club: K. K. K.: Passes Rhodes Scholar- ship Examination 'l5: Assistant Libra- rian: NVhoop-La Club: junior Prom Committee '15-'l6: No. 5 Club: Editor- in-Chief of Mississippian '15-'l6: Scrib- blers' Club: President of Scribblers' Club '16-'l7: Manager Football Team 'l6g Outlaw Dance Committee '16-'l7: Red and Blue Club: Editor of "Ole Miss" 'l7: "M" Club. S ,hkbkxhk h xhthhx I I N N 5 W 'jjgjjij , .....,...,. ,.....Q5 . ""' YS : .Y 5:::::::::::::x::.... z , 9 lil' 5 s 1 F' z 5 wg.-:. -Q 2 2 ,y i ' - ' ' 1 -. .Q .ff : - - if-25 --xx- S 3 .,: ii, .5 .f A we : , 1 " wi z.,...,.....M.......-, + 2 , '1 5 2 -Q: --- iam.- E .xs.x.,:g:z:::::::,.v E E ssxwrxrmx-:::::3X N- -'-- v'---rw 1:iE:k,.fF Ewa, . TE N xQwxm 'eE Sam ""'N"-03:51, if X f' -X. .wi -1 5 5 3 it S l.......,............-..f N... ...,,..-,........: :..M..,. .,.. :.........I.: e.............r y.,....,..,.e 'N.....................-x ...-..,..,.,.,...... x...,........+ a-.......... ......,,.,l MISS EMILY I-IILDLESTON, BS. University "A Ivvaufiful and a liaffiy girl, lVill1 xfvf' as light as SIUIIIIICI' air." num, Y. w. Q, A., --one Miss" staff '14-'15-'16-'17 MISS MABEL C. HILIQR. B.S. Oxford ".-Ind uflvizfinzrs arraugvd 'zcillz fare, .l lzundrua' limes a siizylc air." XYALTIQR R. I-IOLLODAY Meridian ".-I man tw lu' dvjwizdvd un." Medical Club: "M" Clulmg Meridian Clubg President Medical Club: Yicc- Prcsidcnt Athletic Cuuncil. MISS BIIRIQICIC JOHNSON. BS. Smiatuliia Z'II'fl1t'.n Sccrctury and 'liwzisiirci' uf Y. XY. LI A, 'l5g S-crux-tziry :md T11-zlsurcr 'l'cacl1- crs' Liluli 'I53 l'ra-sidcnt uf Y. XY. Li. A. 'lfmg Y. XY. if .'X. ltilllllllll '17. "Tn lu' slim' in ':um'd.f is Tvwillliillv only Tlzirly-four ..................x ,......... .... .c ,...........................Q .,,, Q..,,, . X,qN . . ,Wt 5 S 3-3 . 5 11M E i w L 551, S .. .,, . -1 " -if ll' UF! Thirfy-fizfe in-lf!-1 'A ' IISSETZJ, MISS OCTAYIA ELIZABETH KENDEL, BS. Oxford "Th11' 011 flvasizrf' slzr' was bv11l, slzv had 11 frugal 111z11d." Teachers' Club. LEROY TAYLOR KINCANNON, B 5 Tupelo 'WVU know 111111 iuiflz 1116 lrzdivs Hr was fzlzvays 1'a1s111g Hadvsf' Delta Tau lDCltZ1Q Rccl zmrl Blue: fllL'TUlSll'y Club: liaruca Lllulag l Tappzm lfcg Lilulmi Mcflical lflulmg l'rcsifln'ut licml :incl Blue: .luniur ljI'l1111I Prt-sirlent .Xtli- lctic Liollllrilg XllS5l5SllJl1l2Jll Staff: Pres- irlcnt ,luniur Meds.: Y. M. Lf A. Culi- iuctg Secretary Y. M. C. A. MISS MINNHC lCSTlfLLIi KNIGHT. ILX Oxford ".S't'1'U111' 111111 1'1'.f11l11!t' 1111d still .-Ind 11111111 cllld .wif-fu1.vxv.v.w1i.' 1 Latin Clulig Teachers' Llulmg Crock Club. .A -. IQILGNOLD BICNJAMIN LARUIQ. B..-X. XVest Puint z just UIIUIIIQIZ lL'Ul'1lllIfj fn 1111's- qz111tv."' Hermaeau Literary Society: Univer- sity Orchestra: Y. M. C. A. Cnuncilg NVQ-st Point Club. -. ' " ...Huy 1 Z I: f ,QB t 2513, y Y '- 'zL. ,1,fL3-,. ffff,' V f-f' "' "- 1 A . ' 'b+Q l 9 2 IJRCIE ANSELM MCCALL, BS. Laurel ".ll111'1z 11111-x' 111' :nada 11f ll S1'1111'1z1111111, zj 111' 111' 5111151111 y111111g."' Y. M. C. A.g Hcrmaeang "M" Club: President Senior Class: Yicc-President .luniur Class: Simplmriiure Ilcclamatiim Medal: Captain Basketball Team 'log liaskctlmall '14-'15-'16-'l7g Fmjitliall Team 'l-1-'15-'l6g Y. M. C. A. Council llI1fl Cabinet. ,IAMIQS MCCLCRIQ, JR., HS. Fayettc "HU will 1112 sir. ':u1111 311511 7'111111111i13'. 111111 -Yllll ':1'11111d 11111111 1111111 f1'c'1'v 11 f11111." Kappa Alpha: Rell and Blue Clubg Prcsiclent junior Law Classg Assistant Manager of Annualg Masimic Clulig Hcrilxaezlng Y. M. C. A. Cuuncilg Out- lawsg Yellow Dogsg Sheriff Mimi C11urtg XYl11,iop-La Club. M155 M.-XRtiARli'l' MUSS, IIA. tlxfiirml "Y'111'1'1' mu 11 .i'11f1 1111a' f11'11.v1'i'1' 111'111'1'. .I 1s11.v1 111' 111111111111 11111111 1IK'1' f111'1'. 111111 51111111 tual! IIFI' f111'v111'11d.' MISS liL'NlCli NOIZLIN. PLS. liflwzirmls "ll1'1'1' l.112'1' 111.5 5111111611 .v1111f1s 1'111f1111y.v, 111'1'1' l1g111.v Ili.: 1'1111.v111111 l11111f', 111111 :u11:'1'5 111.9 f1111'f1l1' fK'1lIjlA', lx'1'1'1111.y l11'1'1' 111111 1'1":'1'1.v." llllllflllllll fvllliltlll K-11x'c1'11111c11t K11111' nnttn-c 111 Ricks Hall 'lb-'lfg X, XX. K. .X. liklllllltll SCCI'k'l2ll'j' ,l1mi11r Class '15- 'lI1g l'r1111I11't Class 111' 'l7g Ola- Miss-es. Thirty-eighl .'::::::::::::::::::3 E'QQjQQQIIlT'S Hxlxtziitititttttzzs s'::t:t. .st::::::fs :t::::::::1gggggggggs s-:t:::::::31::::xr. 5-' Q--e gg L 3.551 i-gif-A45-'A 1 , A 5 , 6 I ,, 'nf JAMES 0. Lowa, Bs. asia' 5' 5 'iliiiigf Nettleton A .1 ATE . Ln' U QI, 3 . , Q E W N "One var it heard, Ilzu utlzur nut if E H 'ztfe1it." , .V L. E. MABUS, Ackerman "H'1znsf' fifth' body lodged ii miglzfy mind." Thirty-swen Taylor Medal in Mathematics. ALONZU GUSTAYFQS MAYIZRS. B S "A hlaiimlvss body and iz fiizzflixuv initrd." Kappa Sigma: Chemistry Cluhg French Clubg Scruh Fi imthall '17: Scruh Basketball: Y, M. C. A. Cuuncil. 1. P. MCCAIN, BS, Shaw "l"i0.' ll"lzi1l a sj1f'udtlzrift lin ix tcillz his 7u11gz1v." Class Ftmtlmallg Class Baseball: Yice- President Philmnatheau Snciety and Magazine Staff, Mississippi Culltge '13- '1-43 Phi Sigma Reporterg First Orator Phi Sigma Anniversary: President Mis- sissippi Cwllege Cluh: Alternate tu Chautauqua Oratorical Contest and In- ter-srmciety Debating Team '15-'lfjq President and Anniversariau uf Phi Sigma. and Y. M. C. A. Cuuncil '16-'17. ll: .k a i .... rs ' - 11 2 ' ."' H131 x ' Q EL: 1 5 wr I 3 4 -f'Jv v -4 'Hind kfv,h.v good IIIIHIHI' slill iul1aIr"r'r' UIZURGIQ BEN LAMPTON, BA. Columbia "I um :ml u fwwlitiviall. and my ollzvr lmbzls cm' good." Sigma Chi Fraternity: Reel and Blue Cllllll ,lunior Prom: Baseball Manager 'l7g Athletic Board Greek Clubg Her- macang NVQ-bb Club. C ICURGI2 MALCOLM LAVVRENCIL B.5. Grenada "l.4'l ilu' iuorld slide, lvl lllc' world' 51415 .I jig fm mfr, and 41 fig for 'IUULZ If l uuzff fray. 'zulu' I um owe, .Jud drullz umkfxv mjuuf ilu' Iziylz und frl"k' H 4 . liul and liluc Clubg Karnca Clubg I Tzlppa lim-gg Hcrmac-ang Torrcyvillc' Clubg Y. M. C, :X.g Torrvy-Yille Club: Assistant Secretary to the Chancellor 'l-l-'15-'lfm . C. .IUHN ALSTON LAXYS, ll..-X. llotti Camp "Uh, fvixf' and mos! lvnrzzvd doutorf' Yfircn-lc Club: Hcrmacang licafler in hrcclx IDcpzu'1mcnt. MISS IQSTHICIQ l,lNlJlilQ, ILA. Oxford Iva' los4'.', Thirty-eight Q' ,,,, .Q,,, . .,4,.. ,QQ. Wi r m - . sm ......... ,,......,.,.. . .,X...,....R.. ,, ..,k ..,.., 1 M 's P L....i3 fi ,V th U . sa .few Y .' z " ' EJ5 " OLYN lf. PARKICS, HS. Louisville in., .1 "TaIk5. as familiarly uf rtzariug Iimzs .fls maids nf tIzi1'ft'c'11 dt: of fizlftfiy dogs." Red and Blue Clubg I Tappa Kees: Medical Club: Bone-,lugglers Clubg Chemistry Club: Y. M. C. A. Council: President Red and Blue Club. MISS MARGIE PARKS, RA. "IIN yltwssy hair was flztslcrcd over cz Irrnw Hriglii 'zuiflz I'lIfl'Higl'IlL'l' und fair and .vumnt11." Y. XY. C. A. Cabinet '14-'15-'16-'l71 Cu-ed Basketball Team '14-'15-'16-'l7: Secretary Greek Club '10-'l7g Hontir Council Student Self-Ctwernment '15- 'lfig Mississippian Staff 'l5-'l6. NVENDIZL H. PICRRY, B. S. Shuqualak 'kind sim? I my il, ll'l1y. .llnrry Ltmk ynn. it mzrxt lu' lruvf' Kappa Alpha: Hermaean: Student As- sistant in l"liai'nwcttltigy 'lo-'l7g Ath- letic llward uf Cwntrctl '15-'lU. PERCY Llilf RAINXYATER, BA. French Camp t "lfirca' llzrzf llzt' lmizsv rt'jt'tits lzim. .Sli drullz l'll fwinl it, t .Ind .vlttmzr flzt' finals." Phi Sigma Representative in Inter- ' sticiety Debate 'lfig Ole Miss Repre- sentative in Ole Miss-Millsaps Debateg Triangular Debating Team '15-'l6g Y, t M, C. A. Council: Yice-President Y. M. t C. A. '15-'l6 Masonic Clubg Scribblers' 1 Club: llditor-in-chief uf Mississippian '16-'17. Thirlv-nine ... ,L ,.,....-..,,. .,., ,............. .-,......... w : if 1 .' l Q Q. ,"IS.lQ1If S"h"""!l?3I'S 777""'MMW: Y"""""f 1 ., X fmmwf 2 T NX is s Y.. x.fNl'TlYxTN rrtrfrrxrrrxn.. - Awe -4 ' 'Ji-lx 5 .3""'Q. ":::::::::x:::. R 5:35 :fs s S . I .,,, ...,. EE ...., ... .,.,. , .,...... ...WM ..x.,..X , ss .....,.,.,,.X . ....X..,..., I N-.. ..,... v x.,.....,... .,..,... M a .... .X.... . ....... ..: ....,... .....,.,.,...: sw....,....: ...wr QLI QWFI Q'!i7r"'..:fS -fi. W' L VIAMIQS ALLIQN ROSS. HS. Cascilla "Inf fgflzfrzxrfzm' MIL' us if zvill, Iftlflllllfl lmx ilx zwilzzvf' Class Fuutlwull '12-'13, '13-'l-I, 'l-I-'lS: Class Bzxsketlvall 'l-I-'l5g Class Iizxsclmall '13-'l-I, '1-I-'15g Truck Team '1-I-'ISC Klzuizigcr .Iunif-i' Class Fmitlmall Team 'l-I-'I5' Sccretzlrx' Pliihmiatlican Smcietx' 'l-I-'l5'at Mississippi Lhllcgcg Prvsidciit -If the l'11ivc1'sity Teaclicrs' Qilulv '10-'17, MISS STUART SANIJIQRSUN, l'l.S French Czunp '.S!1f"d fwwvffv ll I7lI.5'jtIl'd 1.v aw jimi. .Ind lim! ll lnra' lllllhl' lu' llll mul. .I mlf 1111 UIIIUVIIIIIII. ll gfimxi' ll j11.vl1u'. fiiwula tflulmz lflicmistry Clulig Y. XY. If .'X.3 Llziss Ikvct 'l7g .Ximuul Staff 'l7. AM 'Q V I axis l VV ,IXCKSUX R. Sl-l.fXIQM.XN, ILS. g- fffw , ximfiian IW, A ll L "HV us Iikr flu' awk 'zulu' llmrzylzf E'L5?f-' .rf Thi' .vnu lmd 1'i.vi'11 fu Illftll' him i'1'urv." "' W Rl-ml :xml llliiv L lulmg Ir-zu'l1c1's Llulug . fs., .. .' ' . .f 1: ' ,i,- 4- r"f3f - Q.. 3? -- A Q n u-- .-. A,IK'I'llllZlll L lulig Iwiwvtlmll l-I- ln- lla- lf. N. AI. l. A. kfmncilg M lluli. MISS MN IQ'liI.I'i SNIITII. IZHX. flXf4Jl'1l ".S'.llu'r, .v.'i'.uIfu.vf, und 1Ii'l111m'," 'N -if E f 5, if ' .i3.al5l,4...s,g1'r:f... HIDE' ilgfffif . 13 . I M531 gig., 3... ,gui C++. F o rty I . gm.. ..,,.x.. MMC ,..., .,,,,,., C ,- ,.x.x.....X...xx...x.xN , le. ....x he ....N M., ,... . ,....,. C .....,,........X..... .N , .,k....x......X.. C X.... Q ...X.x.. . ,... ........ , x.... .e , ..,x.x.N , ,,......,....,., la ii Ni::::::::::::::::ii .--' ' NNEETNE WYE? fy:--I-5-3 ----- 3 T53-535-E? EWS XSS it WE 3 . Q , . A "K 12-l 1: ,lg 5 . W .. 'S' - 1- 0 1, .,, . .- ' 'T . g 5 its .- x -4 'Fi ,lx ima A ful: yi! l' N -5 1 W fy, V- 4 V, M, J, . 2, lag? t -s-,-wvlmi Ei'5mWlv,,gM . 12 at A W Q, , t ,M 1 "wffA:',,-,, ,' , ,,. ,YI ,Av - in ,VLA f',' '. .,,, ff , gm-,Q .1 . 'gl F f?f74n .4 JV F5 . Forty-one ROBERT XV. SMITH, B.S. Canton "A man after his own Inari, Im! un- n1'1zv1"5 lmzzdf' Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity: Red and Blue Clubg Medical Club: Cantnn Club: Junior Prom Cummittee '15-'l6g Tennis Clubg Castle Clulr. MISS ROBBIE SCMRALL, BS. HlX'lIl7'LUl6dgt' and ffllfll and Tirfzli' -zt'U1'c hm' f11l"IIIl'.n CRATE LE MASTER XYILSUN, H S. Batesville "Hut sfill his fmzgzzv ran 1711, Hn' luxx Of 'zuvigflzf if lmrv. with grmilur cuss." MALCOLM EARL XYILSON, BS. Batesville ".fl11ni11C1' guild ftll'HIt'1' sfwz'lCa'." Pl1.G. '14g Class Baseball '13-'14, 16-'l7. f"""""""E 5' ""' 'TE 'Mff k' ' - - 1's1f"1'I'g3w11? '- Liigllritzflkxmg . 'JQI 1. V. 1 .4 ..' .y 1 . .. 2 Q XVI LLI Ii F.-XY N Ii WI LSC JN. HS. H at c S v i I 1 c "Hung ,vm'r1m'.' Carv will kill n mf. .-Ind Ilzwufnrn' lvl us ln' llI1'I'l'-Y." Y. M. C. A.: Baseball '1-lg "M" Club. FRIED XY. YOUNG, HA. Tupclu "ll'lzmm' ix Zlly lrfzrllilzglf IMI!! Ilzux' Mil Cfzvf' rlzzllznwflrs 1v.wl.'.v L'4fllA'lHlI4' flu' Hild- liljlllf milf' Hu-rmzwznm I,i1u':u'y Suciutyg Vlllltilill S-IllhlllllHI'l' llziskctlvall 'l'ca111: Manag- ing lfmlitm' of Miviwippirln '10-'l71 XICIUIICI' uf liwzxrrl uf Qfmmlrfml -uf Mis- sisxippizm 'lim-'17. KLIZHRGE P. HOPKINS. HS. Gulfport "l darn' du all ffm! Ultlj' l71'c'UllIt'II llIZHI.u N. M. K. .X Q fnrlf Kllllmg llilv H2190- Imll 'l-13151 Ihvzml uf l4Ill1l1"'l .Xllllvliv .Xw'1Ci:lli1r11 '15-'lfwi Si'L'l'l'111l'j uf lfllgi- nwring Vlzxis. WS? .. w .,,,. , . MIS5 I"I'.ARl. Ll N ION. lib. llluc Mwuntzxin "lm111iri11-q, fi1'cl1'.v.v, .vvckl'11f1 tvfml ix .wi zzrzjwlrfzdf' 1' ,JI .Xx- .: 9 , Y - . ' ' VX :Ar-Y i 1,55 .r" ' ".r':. 1' 'M J LL1...V dh 'f..,,., .,,: N ., i vu . I ?'- ,bu-'if jf: iv .,.,-..,, , lfurly-two g ""' """ 52:11:23 r'::::::::::::::::::::s r:t::::::::::t:rt::::'. ' """' is :s" ""t"' n'x -M 5 ' , N X ' fs ...ss ht Y T T 5 E S 5 ss s 5-1-1-w ss. ,,-s S - X- -ff -f-' 3 2 s Eff' .- as -----+- - 1 .., Vw im: - -vx--'-- 1. ,ts - - - ,,,f 1 - 7, ,,,, ee. ,,,,,,,xx,x.x,.,,,,,, , as Q is : .s ,,.. we 'A ' ni A Retrospect "VVrite me now," you say, "some record of this Senior class, this class of 'l7." Go, I pray you, search "Little Allies" book, is it not sufficient that the name be written there? 'Tis only a bare thing you say, not the living and vital things of their achievements. The history of the class of '17 is written in ineffaceable characters on the lives of our comrades and whether beautiful or unlovely "it will never pass into nothingnessf' How inadequate would be my feeble attempt to trace it. Let us then attempt nothing more ambitious than an eifort to express in some measure the contiicting emotions that arise in our hearts as we stand thus at the parting of the ways. Behind us stretch the yesterdays, a land lit only by the soft, tender light of memory, smoothing here some hard places with its mellow radiance, and touching there some cherished spot into glory. And though, as we stand looking back. a feeling of sadness comes o'er us. 'tis not akin to pain and resembles sorrow only as the mist resembles the rain. Ufor before us stretch the tomorrows radiant and glowing as some enchanted lan-l. and we long to take our "dip" into the future and are eager "for the large excite- ment the coming years will yield." But as we go forth from thy protecting shades, "4 lle Miss," shall we take with us only our "dip?" God forbidl The passing years have only made thee wise and tender, "Ole Miss," to understand our youthful joys and tears. for thou art ever the haunt of youth and thy heart is ever young. XYhen we have been gay thy green stretches have in- vited and thy dancing leaves have laughed a glad response. XYhen we have been sad thy stalwart trees have whispered strength and peace, with their strong branches pointing ever upward. lYhen we have been discouraged thy silent testimonial to that other land of youths, who laid down their lives obedient to their country's call, has rebuked us, and we have realized our heritage. And, under the wise guidance of thy strong men we have felt the faint stirrings of our inner souls expand into life. as they have spread before our eyes the vision of true life. And now, as we pass, perhaps for the last time, down the old walk that winds over the hill to the footbridge. and as memories crowd thick upon us. we turn and bid thee a last farewell. Ule Miss, and murmur softly. "God bless thee." Hisroarxx. Forty-lhree . xX,,,.x.... "" " x "Q' ,x.,x,g. x,,,, ""' , W, ,X.x..Q. il ...,..A...,A , .....,.. f - - :ws X 5: cs Q. ,x,x,xxXkx,,x, g ,rg :X Q x'-' ,, -3 N' N xg- ,g N 5 xyuh N -E 5, 5, , 'x" ,.,, :ii Auf WViederselm Su-1 iumllwel The luring mcui'ry uf thc Alma Xlzucr rlziys mvw emliug oft shall call you hack: Dusk uml ilzirk, :xml clziwn aml flzly he lillccl with lfjllglllg' lfur thc fellwwx. caiulm-. clzusrmmi, ticlcl :mil Lrglclq. F0-liumlliycl licfmrc yuur fucc thc lfuturcl lying, llriui :xml vast zlml cruel with its uizuiy il cure: .Xh. yuu'll lung' In Ftrwil again zu Lwilight cluwu the Xlimliug' walks with yellow czuupus lightw ll-g'lZll'C. Xlhcu thc lfuturc calls, wc question mit. but ZIIIFXYCY, .Xml iX1uhiliuu miw is culling you, it! true: llut hcuczlth thc lzlurcl wrczuh with which mcu crown yuu. Ywu'll rcmcuihcr things IlCI'llZlIJ9 thcy ncvcr lcuew, 'liliwuiglils thzu luxe thcir suhllc 1vowern'crtl1s lizuipy. lfagcr clay wa-'rc fpcut together, yuu 21ml I: lliuuglus w l1'llg'llC yuu woulrl lizuwlly lh'ulc thcy il c:u'ry Ucr thc llzlys. uml lricmle, ziml uulcs that uitcrhe! S+v gwwrllweY 'lizxlcc thc llllllll I mww cxtcml you: 'Twill hc rczuly, shuulcl ymu wzuit il, hy zlml hy: Ifur thc clay uf Light must altcruute with Slizul-iw, lu thc f'k'1ll'5 lhzu wc :irc facing, ywu zuul Il -lX.X'l'lll.l"l'QN llXl,IY'.X'IN. I 5: s N ---u . .df 5... X- fun S 5 I xh, .5 Nu N.. x S ' sth I fs I '91, .si .QC -2 5--WN-we Fnrly-fluff' QUEEN QR l, K OLE mass 'Url x'-fwe w wk gxyd RM if-Aw x .x..,.N,.x....x.. - ,fx N 5 - X: -f 5 -f-' ...- .,.. z Ns ---- eg: bg A ...... . ....,,., ,S i Cfficers of Junior Academic IJ. 5. XYRIUI IT Prvsidmzf T. ll. Fr mlild T'ifr-P1'v.w'ffv11l ' ICDXYXIQD LICXYIS " .S'm'r0fn1'qv-'l'1'cu.v111'c'1' fl '.. R. ti. IIU'l'l ,IiR Hi.vlwr'l1111 lforiy-sin 41 6. Forty-sz'z'4'n w 'L 1 , ? , g -1 X . X-. 'E ""'S 'ur 5'- junior Academic Class Roll Armstrong, joe Flynt, BS. ........ . Barry, Edwin McGehee, B.A...... Beanland, Edward Bennett, B.A... Blackstone, Edward Hartwell, B.A.. Blanks, Miss Dora Mae. BS. .... . Bradley, Howard Eugene, B.A. ..... ....... . . Branham, Alfred Hume, Brashears, VViley W'm., ..... . Brummett, Vliildie Dale. BA. .... . Butler, Raymond Gattis, B.A...... Spring . .XYater Yalley .........Benoit . . .. .. .Oxford .....XYinona .........Laurel .. . . . . . .Belzoni Hill, Tennessee . .. ...Gunnison ........Uxford ...... .XValnut Downer, Charles Leland, BS. .... ..., L exington Duncan, Julian S., BA. ........ ..... C Jxforrl lirans, joe Patton, BS. ........ ...Meridian Friedman, Miss Florrie, B.S..... Fulmer, Herman Kyle, B.S..... tiatliings, Dlas. Clinton, BS .... . Gay. ,lolin Henry, BS. ..... . . . . . .Oxford .... .Como ......Prairie .........Ecru Hemphill, Martin, B.A. ....... .... B rookliaven Hester, Clyde Lanier, B.S. .... ........ T aylorsville Holt, lien Ford. 13.5. ....... . Hume, Leland, BS. .......... . Crystal Springs .....L'nivers1ty . .. . . .Columbus laeoli, Robert Curry, Jolie, Euclid Ray, B.A. ....... ...... 1 Qipley johnson, Miss Bernice, B.S. ..... . ..... Senatobia Klingman, Edwin -lr., BS. ...... .... G reenville Lawrence, George Malcolm. B.S.... Long, Harry Metcalf, BA. ....... . l.owe. Miss Marguerite, B.S..... Malius, Leslie Emmett, B.S..... Meeain. joseph Pleasant, B.S..... Mcliall. llruie Anselm, BS. ...... . McDonald, Herman Davis, B.S..... Mcliay, Scott M., BS. ......... .. Mcliinstry, George Clyde, B.S..... Mellaney, Earl Barwiek, B.S.... 1'ig'ford. Vtfill Lewis, B.S..... . . .... Grenada .....Itta Bena . . . . . . .Oxford .. .. .Ackerman ..........Sliaw Blue Mountain .......XYheeler .....1.eakesx'ille . . . . . .Laurel ......L1O11ll1S .. .Lumberton Rainey, Miss Marvel, BS. .... ........ C Jxford Koark, .lf-sse Laurence, BS. .... . ..NYater Valley 111155, james Allen, BS. .......... ........ L 'ascilla Scales. Chas. Maurice. Jr.. B.S.... ........ Macon Scliaulier, Miss Alice, 13.5. ......... .. ......... Laurel Sliarliorouglt, Clayton Lamar, B.S.... ............... Laurel Sides. Miss Annie Frost, B.S. ....... .... 1X iloscow, Tennessee Simmons, Donald ll., BS. ........ ............ M agnolia Swan, Tlios. Hadley. BS. .......... ......... L iniversity Townsend, Miss Yirginia, B.A.... Turner, Edward B, 11.5. ......... . l1'ilson. Miss Katie Mae, B.S.... XX'oodward, Sam B., BS. .... .. XYriglit, Miss Anna, BSU... XYriglit, Donald S.. B.S..... Young, Fred 1Yilson, B.A..... Young, Miss lioliliie. B.A.... ..........Riel1 ... .Hernando ....Hazleliurst .. .. .Oxford .... .Oxford . ...Grenada ...... .Tupelo .....1tta Bena F arty-eighf X 4 P 'k"x' ' ""'L'."-" "" ""' "" "x"x ' ' "" 33 .,., fmt? 3: - ,... .....- - Lf-1 : A ...... : ENS -x--- 115 it ..,.-... ...ue-I i. 5'-i :Q mi If Ti w li 't' N 'ii "k'k 5 R tx .4..., .,x, . .,,...tef3 it ,A E ...S Tse W5 Ls 'k"X" ' x"' History of Class of '18 A few weeks after the beginning of the world's greatest war, scores of boys and girls, for their tirst time, climbed llepot lalill and having safely passed the Charybdis and Scylla of Dr. Hume and Faculty, formed the embryo from which has sprung the present junior Class, the matchless class of '18 VVhile Freshmen, the upper elassmen were watchful over us, and their motto seemed to be "Spare the brush and spoil the Freshman." liut after a year of endurance came a year of arrogance. XVe threw off our yerdancy, and having inherited the heritage of all Sophomores. we did to others as we had been done unto. This year, as juniors, we are fully able to realize: Wlhat a transformation a short time brings: A learned junior from a lowly lireslnnan springs. I niight begin the enumeration of the great achievements of the class of '18, but mortal life is too short for its completion. Epics might be written and yet the half would not be told. If the deeds of the future are foretold by those of the past, there are in our class: politicians who will be envied by T, R.: orators. by whose side Vtlebster would seem tongue-tied, and capitalists, in comparison with whom, Rockefeller would feel like a pauper. XVe realize that the faculty must be almost in tears because of the short time left for us to be with them, but the affairs of the nation also need the guiding genius of the Juniors, so may the Hower of "4 lle Miss" which has budded so per- fectly in this year's juniors. be in full-blown blossom in next year's Seniors. and may there again be a class which contains such a galaxy of future orators, states- men and men-of-affairs as make up the personnel of this great class of '18, R. G. ll.. '18 ,Pi s ' f ' i fsfiiii' -... R '. . 1 . - ' 'T , easel. . -- v Cnrifus SCENE Furtv-nine Sm wg S H fiix 1 ,,-'-:G--Af""' i x 9 A xx N fl 1 3 F' NNX iz Ak" " .L -'LA' 1'-xx: on y "Xx'- '-:fx : - -'-' '5'-'- 1 H f ---X--- rs S g '- F.. A hswxskx K ffif. ?5:::i::g.fXX, QQ in.: 5 F i sf. J :JN . :::: 5 N ......,. EXE ZXXNX. N. Q5-5 if ,XM f- :XSXWXE kiss! Officers of Sophomore Academic Class I'-iffj'-17113 Il Sm'1'u fLIl"X'- 'l'1'm1x11 V01 k'H,l-I2 C.XKI1'lZIzl.L Ill'41IlKl4'L'.XIN I 'ITU-l'1'c.vz'f1'c111' H. I.. R L 'Sl I f'1'u.viu'v11f PERCY IJURFITY I17!xfn1'11111 X If i g ,,. ...s se ss-Q 2 Q--QRS QNXwtQx:::::r'fff11'::" 3 I. ,,,,,,, Sophomore Academic Class Roll Anderson, Lawrence DeSaix. Banks, VN'ylie Coleman, BA.. . . .. Beall, john Milton, BA. ......., . Bell, Isaac Fulton, Fr., B.S.... Bilbo, Clarence Ezra, B.S. ...,.. . Bolton, Raymond B., B.A. ...... .. Bookout, Bertram Eggleston, B. A Bryan, Miss Gladys, B..-X. .......... .. Bush, Miss Mabel, B.A. ....,.... . Bush, Miss Yerda, B.A.... ,. .Sumner . ...Columbus , . . .Liberty .........Tl1l21 . . . .Poplarville ....Olive Branch ... .,.Indianola ....IX'inona .... .Laurel . . . .Laurel Caffey. Shed H., B.S. ........ ..... Yictoria Cain, Miss Amina. BA. ........ .......... l iosciusko Calhoun, Wiilliain Bryan. B.S. ..... ...Ridgelyy Tennessee Campbell, Miss Lucille, B.S. ........ ............. L janton Carnathan, james XVilson, B.S.. ., . I i 1 .... ........... C ,Jxtorcl Carpenter, Benjamin Stevens. B.S.. .. .. .. Cato, john Henry. B.S. ........... . Chapman, Luther Lee. B.S. ...... . Cockrell, Sam lfant, B.S. . . .. Cox, Charles Lynwood, B.A.. . .. Davis, john Dan, B.S. ...... . Douglas, julius j., B.S. ....... .. .New Augusta . .Brookliziven . .. .Courtland .. . . . . .Macon ............Ruleville .....Daleville ....-Xrlingtun, Tennessee .....Baldwyn DuBerry, john Ramsay ........... ........ Duncan, Miss Annie Lee, ILA.. .. Durfey, Allan Percy, jr., B.S.. East, Miss Katie Belle. B.S. .... . Evans, Harrison, B.S. ....... . Fant, Charles Edward, B.S. .... . Farley, Robert joseph, B.A. ..... . Ford, Theo. Bulkley, jr., B.S.. Foster, Miss Ethel, B.S. ....... . Furr, Miss Bessie, B.A. ...... . Gardner, Palmer C., B.S..... Gidden. S. VVord, B.S. ...... . Gotlbold, Miss Laurie. B.S. ..... . Gragnon, Thos, Horton, B.A..... Guthrie, Ufa Earl, B.A. ....... . Hale, john Marvel, B.A. ..... ,. Herring, jas. Ketthley, B.A...... Hiler, Henry Benjamin, B.S. .... . Hollingsworth, Isaac Hunter, B.A.. . .. Howard, Ralph Crawford, B.S. .... . Houston, Braham. BA. ....... .. Hughes, Russell Harry, B.S..... Ivy, Henry Curtis, B.A. ...... . jeter, Miss Ellie May, johnson. junius, B.S. ...... jones, Anselm Patrick, B.S.. Kyle, Franklin, B.A. ......... . Kyle, Sim Hudson, B.A. .... .... . Lassiter, Francis Marion, B.S..,.. Lassiter, Miss Gertrude, Lewis, Edward S., jr., B.A...... Long, Hamilton Abert. B.A..... Long, john Reed, B.S. ....... . Loving, Byron, ............ . Magee, Miss Dimple, B.S. ......... .. Mauldin, XVilliam Milton, Fifty-three ....cJXllJI'Ll . ...Canton .. . ...Oxford ..vX'est Point . ,. .Coahoma ........Oxford . ...... .Columbia .Cannonsburg ........Uxford ..,..Shuford ... .. .Shaw . . . .Knoxville .. ...Amory . .. .Raleigh . . . . . .Golden .. .. .Madison . . . . . .Oxford . . . .Yazoo City ......Durant .... .. ,Batesville ...Bay Springs .. .W'est Point ..... . . .Deeson . . . Brookhaven ... ...Raleigh . ...Batesville .........Sarchs ...,Vicksburg ........ .Vicksburg ...............Oxford ...Hazlehurst ....CooksviIle, Tennessee .. .. .. ..,.... .Columbus . ,... Tylertown . . . .Pontotoc " ' t " 12 iff ? Fr ' 'W' m"""'r ""QA of - -K sw --M -w .....,, 2 A w: Pm? i s i::::::::::::::::::::'.i,:Il-Q 1 ,Y 5ttt'?""E E E'2111'i,. 51'-5X.,i11i'1i:f. 'im ----- -we-EV -5. i. -5 z :F 2 A .................,1-3 f - ' "5eA' ,Q G McCain, Hugh Mosby, B.A. ..... .. McDonald, Miss Elizabeth, BS.. . .. Mellard, Thos. Reed, B.S.. . .. Mitchell, Miss Mary, B.S. .... . Monteith, Miss Lois. B.S.. . .. Moody, john Hughey, BA. ..... . Morgan, Robert Fitz, B.S. ........ . Morgan, Miss Mamie O.. B.A...., Mounger, Henry jr., BS. ..... .. Murphree, Edward Lile. Norman, Richard Seymour, Oliphant, Thos. Alfred, B.S.. Olsen, Miss Douglas, BA. .... .. Phyfer, Lamar Fontaine. Price, George Andrew, BS. .... . Reynolds, Robert Rav. BA... Richardson, joseph' Raoul, B..-X. Rowsey, james Melvin, .... . Rush, Hubert Lowrey, B.S.. .. Salmon, John H., BA.. ,.... Schuh. Frank Ray, BS, .......... . Schwartz., Robert Esco, Scott, Miss Alma, BS. ............... . Shackelford, VValter Lawson, Shepard, Dan Curran. Sherman, Thurston Hadley, B. Simrall, -las., -lr., BA. ...... Smith, Murray Il., B.S. ....... .. Stovall, Robert Clark, BS. .... . Sutton, john VVilliam, B.S. ..... . Swan, XVilliam Orr, BS. .......,. . Tankersley, Thos. Goodloe, BS .... Taylor, Miss Maggie Lee. BA.. . .. Tucker, clay Bramlett. BA., XX ebb, X erdo l., Bb. ......... ,. lfYillces, Burwell Baylor, BS.. .. XX'ilkins1 n, Chas. Lcmoin, ILL? . lYillis, Lafayette, BS. ...... . Yawn, Henry V., -Ir., l!.S..... Yi-rger, l'14'lXX'Zll'll, -I r.. HS.. , . . ..... ...Coldwater ... .Bay St. Louis ....Hattiesburg .......Laurel .............,Pope ...... .,.Hohenlinden ....North Carrollton ...........Grenada ... . . . . .Columbia . . .... Okolona . .... Hazlehurst ........Amory ...........Canton . . .. .New Albany . . . . . .Toomsuba ... .Taylorsville ... ..1ndianola .. .. .Oxford ....!Meridian .. .. .Pontotoc ..........Houlka ............Sumrall ....Crystal Springs . . . . . . . . .Meridian ......Yicksburg . . . . . .jackson .. . ...Pocahontas .... .Blue Springs .. . . . . . . .Uklona ...Hlndianola ...llniyersity .. . . .Oxford ......Laurcl ... .XYootlx'ille .....l1anner .,.,.llllI'Illll ......,Sl1elliy . ...... l lzunihon .....l.unibei'ton . ,... .jackson E .Luigi Mft. 1 Ill. IND ,HM Fifty-four I' 'Q33i2222i222?Y332E ?'Flm73?'i ?'El1lfifiTifTTTTTTgE iillllixx 2655133952 S'ff32iE2222??2i's, 5-1 2 -s 'Q-S xx, Yiggjgglig'T-:r::::::::::::a-t is-5 N s. ws 2 2 --s 'P-?3?T733333?3?3fiCf?I5?f?- ' fries a s 'EEE Li? ...M ...., I : 1 at ...... : 1.,.: ...Mes yi ,xxxx, k,K,xx , ,.,,: :A wx.: s. 3, s - ,, "'f : " s,,,,,,,,,,,,,,W,M,,,, ta- Q. A :rig K2 ..... xx.. ,..x S kX"' iizxaccri ....... t i QMS? Q History of Sophomore Class Rah! Rah! Rah! Mississippi! lelow our hearts swelled within us as we heard those yells-we, the class of nineteen nineteen-as we came into Oxford on every train during that eventful sixteenth day of September, 1915 liut then-Freshmen! Freshmen! Down went our high hopes. XVe lcnew that we were the best class that had ever come to "C Jle Miss"--one hundred and ninety- nine strong. llut those terrible sounds overawed us. Somehow we managed to survive the first nights of laundry-lists and im- promptu speeches, then we were at home-to the lofty Sophs. Nile had "some" hard time electing' our officers. still that famous parade after- wards made up for some of our troubles. llut can we forget the awful results of that parade-those fights, yells, and fusses in Kladison, jackson. and Calhoun? Next came the great basketball games and then that greatest of all games when we '19's defeated the lofty '18's on that cold twelfth of January. lint such a weeping and wailing and gnashing of teeth followed-for. on that cold winter night, we lost our fair locks, liald-headed lfreshmen we were for months, but such fun we did have! Some of us had fallen by the wayside on our first exams. Some had fallen by the mighty hand of the Chancellor and the discipline committee. llut still the gleat class of '19 plodded its weary way, and passed through the final exams of nineteen fifteen and sixteen. Un September 20, 1916, we reassembled in the classic halls of "4 Ile Kliss"- lofty Sophomores, self appointed guardians of the lowly lfreshies. Though some- what depleted in numbers, we were yet the same great class of nineteen. Then came those "terrible" troubles of early December-Freshman hair- cutting, fireworks, policemen. discipline committee. At last came that astounding order that all our comrades, who were residents of Gordon Hall. were suspended from school. Such consternation !-then joy, for they were reinstated, Then we who survived happily went our way. Vyle still sustained the wonderful record of our first year. XYatch the class of 1919. Great men and women shall come from it and it will establish a record long to be remembered in the annals of "Ole Miss." Fifty-five IQ VH l I L +3 N + xx K 3 ix ll V ljffbiw. , e 5 ' 7 W X : ........... .Y wg W W if E '-'.' I km. w 1 W 4 xx L ,.,,.,. ,.. , fa W 0 5:2 rw rm "X CID C '91 1 "1 rn CD D' 5 E3 -J 5 rw 2.2 Q- rn 5. rw Q as I CD Fifty-smwn RV99FT,l- CT,.'xRKlf VUIF4 TRU ,I Plmvirfvlzf I'.XL'I SA SCHREIIQR ,'IAl'1'-I7 1u'.v1'a'f'11z' NTFS MARY LOLXIFIC VIIIILTPF Sl'v1'vff1ry-Trv41x111'r1' Y HINDM,XX D4 QXEY ' f!iJTfHl'i1IJl v-ulylhl : -S ix it 5 gn.-- ...... ....... ,S s..,...............,. f .... g...a...Y ..... 5.5 YM: -.E he as Qi, 5, S k,,,A Vim A G sx:::..::::::::?.,es..:::::1L3::::2::1::::::::.s 3... ...... a .2 " 'W' xxx' lgxztzj ""' :1: . ..f ,.xQQ a Academic Freshmen Class Roll Aardweg, Henry Thomas... Abernethy, Hosea Bryant .... Austin, Michael Herschel ..... Bedenbaugh, Kinard Gibson .... Bernhardt, Mrs. L. M. ..... . Berry, Sidney Bryan .... Betts, Robert C. ...... . Biggart, Jas. F. ........ . Bilbo, Sedgie Kirk ........ Billups, Rowell Alfonso ..... Blackstone, Miss Coralie .... Bourne, Marshall Banks .... . Boyd, VVm. Hallam ............... Boyett. Miss Cassie Elizabeth Bridges, Ray ...........,..... Burnett, Duncan Wm. ....... . Burnett, Harry ........... Butler, Stewart Harrison .... Caldwell, Robert Allen .... Carnes, Robert Lee ......... Carney, Andrew Blythe ...... Case, A. B. .................,. . Cheek, Miss Eliza Somerville. Coats, john Rhea, jr. ....... . Cochran, Edward E. ......., . Craft, Pascal E, jr. ........ . Crosby, Miss Leona Elizabeth Cunningham, Clarence Vklright .... Curd, Havilah Price ......... Curry, James Oscar .......... Davis, Geo. VVm. ..... . Davis, Jas. Buchanan .... Davis, john Preston ..... Dean, Miss Sarah Ruth .... Denman, Jas. Lowrey ....... Dinkins, Theo. Hamilton .... Dobson. lzzie A. ......... . Dona, Pedro ,loaquin .... Donaldson, Roy ....... Doty, Roland VVard .... Doxey, Hindman ........ Dunlap, Miss Neillie ..... East, Miss Nora Lee ..... England, Bryan .... .... Flynt, NVm. Bangs ...... Ford, joe VVeath'ersby ..... Frashuer, NVm. Edward... Freeman, Cliff .......... Freeman, Lyle Irving... Futvoye, Allen Wm.. . .. Gammage, J. Clifford... Geroge, Alonzo Phelps ..... Godwin, Harvey Smith .... Ffffj'-11i116 .. .. .Greenville ......Eupora .. .. .Taylor .......Como .. ...Grenada .......Braxton . . . . .Columbus .. . . . Koscuisko . .. .Poplarville . . . . .Carrollton .Water Valley . ....... Columbia .. . . . . .VVesson . ...... Oxford .. .Yazoo City ...Philadelphia ........VV1gg1ns . . . .McCalls Creek ..........Lula ... .. .Baldwyn . . . .Clarksdale .....Langsdale ......Canton . .... .Jonestown . . . . Baldwyn ......Ellisville .. .Mendenhall ......Nettlcton Holly Springs .......Kossuth . ..... Baldwyn .. .Reid .. ...Bond . . . .Greenwood .... .Mt. Olive ... . . . . .Canton . .... Lexington .... .Nuaqua, Nicaragua, C. A. .... .. .Oxford .... . . .Grenada .Holly Springs .. .... .Oxford . . .. . . .Oxford .. .VVest Point . . . . .Hernando . . . .Taylorville ..New Albany . ........ Union .. .Earle, Ark. .... .Shuqualak . ...... Montrose ...Nitta Yuma Blue Mountain e ri A mm. ,852 C. 1 Q Gotten, Miss julia ..... . Gray. Sidney johnson ..., .,.. Griffin. jas. McArthur ....... Gullett, XY. Columbus Carlyle Hagaman, Robert Lee ....... Hamilton, joseph Frank ...... Hampton, john Kyle ....,. Hargis, Miss Rosa Irene ..... Harris, Harvey ...... ...... Harris, Herbert Lee ..... Harvey, Frank Tate ...... Hawks, Selah H. .......... . Helgason. Theo. Alfred. Henson, Erwin Dale .... Hewes, Fred Searles. jr.. Holmes, Vl'ilTl. Curtis ...... Hull, NVm. VVilson ...... Hume. Miss Myra ...... Ivy. XYm. Purvis ......... jackson, john Rushing... johnson. jas. Arthur.,.. jones, Ira Fulton ...... jones, jas, Harding .... jones, Wan. Newton .... jourdan. jas. Clinton .... Keith, john Y., jr. ......... .. Kimmons. Miss Elizabeth .... Kirk, Robert Dixon ........ Krauss, Ferdie T. ........ . Landrum, XVm. NVarren .... Lazo, Manuel Alfred ...... Lillibridge, David B. .... . Little. Ashford Hunter... Lockard. jas. Nichols .... Loche, Miss Marie Lord, Richard Guy ...... Lowe. Hubert Harold ........ Lumpkin, john ........ ...... Markette, Miss Minnie Maude .... McCullough. Louis .......... McDougall, Roy Alexander. .. Mcfiahey, Travis Pratt .... .. MeGowen, jas. Greer ........ . McLellan, Wialter Yardaman. McLeod, XNm. Calhoun ...... Metts, Dewey ................ Mose, Cleo Silverlain ........ Musselwhite, jefferson Davis. Neely, A. C. ............... . Neildon, Edward Tye ....... Newsom. Nathan NV.. . . . Parson, Miss VVillola .... Phillips, VVm. Henry .... Pigford. Russell Clark ..... Potts, X'Villie lfdward ........ Quinnelley. Chas. W'ilkinson.. Rainey, Miss Myrtle .... ..... Richardson, Albert Dewey... Richardson. Thos. jefferson .... Roberts. Curtis McXfN'horter. ., Rowan, Richard Merritt ..... ...Oxford . .. .. .NVaynesboro . . . . Riderville, Ala. .... .... .Baldwyn .. .. ...Raymond .. . .Koscuisko ...... .Oxford . . . .University . .. .Hazlehurst .. .jackson .. ...Oxford ... .. .Meridian . .... Vicksburg . . . . .Okolona . ...Gulfport . . . . .Summit . . . . .Meridian . ...University . . . .Brookhaven .. ...Hattiesburg ..........'ljula . .. .. .. ...Hernando .............Schlater . . . .Chattanooga Tenn. .................Iuka ... . . . . .Pocahontas .. .. .Oxford ... .. .Baldwvn ...................Port Gibson .......................Columbus E. Castillo, Nicaragua. C. A. .............Hot Springs. Ark. ......................NVesson . .. .Yan Cleave ......Carriere ... .. .Taylor .....Nettleton .......Carriere . . . ,Water Valley . . . . . .Columbus . . . . . . Kossuth .. .... . . .limbry . . . .VVater Yalley .........Canton . ...Hattiesburg . . .... Oxford ........luka .......XN'est ....Harrisville . .. .Lexington . . .. .Senatobia . .. .Summitt .. .jackson .... .. .Meridian .. . . . . .. .Madison . . . .W'ater Valley ........ .Oxford . . . . . .Houston .............Mize .....Blue Springs .. .... .llaldwyn Sixty . .-. . 5?.....?g .... ......A.. iixh WWE.. . b ,b X, .... 6 ....,,, - xbhb was EW... is , .. "Q" ""'N ' i .i.fii2z?f? f.5 """' r 'k" """r:...,afs .5 iw .... ES Q Schrier, Paul Sidney... .... Yicksburg Scotts, Robert VV. .... ..... P ittsboro Scruggs, Arthur ..... Sherman Shelton, Sidnqy ....... ..... H azlehurst Simmons. Hugh Lee .... Simmons, Uri .......... Skaggs, Jas. Garland ..... Slade, Houston ........ Small, NVm. Liddell ..... Smuth, Chas. Lamar .... Smith, Evans Bryan ...... Smith, VVallace Hobson ..... Snipes, Frank L. ........ . Stien, Lawrence .......... Stockett, Charlie VVatt ...... Stockett, Peter McKinley. .. Sumner, C. L. ................ . Tankersley, Miss Marjorie ..... Tarver, Elmer Oren .......... Tomlinson, Jas. Robt. ...... . Tucker, Ernest ........... VValker, Miss Annie Lee .... VValker. Buford S, ........ . Walker, Frank Brooks ..... Warren, Edward F., jr.. .. Wasson, Ben, jr. ....... . Welch, Loy Hansford ...... Wells, Lamar ................ VVhite, Miss Lydia Elizabeth Weir, Geo. Wm. ,....... VViginton, Marquis Claude .... VVingo, john Curtis ........ Wooten, Wm. Chestney ..... Young, Robert Hitt ...... Anderson. Cephus Allison... Bagwell, Carl Iverson ...... Ball, John H. .... Barker, Miss Annie Lou .,.. Bass, Ernest I. .......... . Bayless, Harry Lomax .... Bramc, Lex ........ ......... Special Students Caldwell. Frank Goodman ..., Campbell, XVilliam .... ...... Churchwell, Sam Breland. .. Dawson, Daniel Alexander ..... Dear, VValter C. ............ . Ellzey, Robert Theron .... .. Fant. Frank Holmes ..... Ford. Robert VVaterson ..... Furr, john DeW'itt ....... Gilbert. Colin Orlandus... Hatborn, John D. ........... . Holmes. Miss Emily Yallie.. Hoyle. NVillis Hunter ...... .SSi.I'fj'-0713 ... .. .Oxford ......Louin . .. .Laurel .... .Purvis . .... .. .XVinona .....Poplarville . . . . . . .Houston .....Taylorville .. .. .. .Tupelo .. .. .Chatham . . . . .Turnbull .. .. .Turnbull .. .. .. .Mariette ..........Oxford ....XYater Yalley ....... .Oxford ... . . . . .Union . . ...... Oxford ... .Taylorsville .... .. .Kossuth ....Yazoo City ... .Greenville .... .Hazlehurst .......Union ........Como .. .. .Quitman ...Rara Avis . .. .Toccopola . . . .Hernando ......S1don . . . .Hattiesburg ...........Eupora ........ .Raymond Gadsden. Alabama .. .. . . .Greenwood ......Bay Springs .. .. .Bay Springs . . . .Blue Springs ... .Lake View .. . . .Lcakesville ....Roundaway .. . . .Florence ... ,Oakvale .. .. .Coahoma ... .Sylvarena ,.... .Oxford . .. .W'inchester . ...Columbia . . , .Summit .....Par1s s st st egg, jones. Miss Alpha .......... Maltby, Miss Helen Patricia .... . Johnson, Noel .............. Maltby, Miss Mary Betsy.. . .. ............... jackson Mason, Miss I-lennie May .... . .. ... McArthur, Eugene Wlilfcmrd Mbflit. Mumford Ellis ....,. Nicholson, Miss Connie ...... Powell, Lenn Wlelch ..... Ray, Miss Aline ............ Rogers. Samuel .......... .. Shackleford, Berkley' Clarke Tabor, Lloyd Everatt ........ X arner, Fred .............. Yiener, Miss Rosa ..... Wlatson. X ergll ....... ... XYilson, Thomas Bryan .... . Yarhro, VVL-llnorn ........ ,-i . . . ...Rosedale . . ...... Iackson . .I .. .VVater' Valley .Moscow, Tennessee .,..............VVe1r .. . . .Blue Mountain ............Dixon . . . . .Hattiesburg .......Canton .. .. . . .0ra .Canton .....NVeir . ..... Taylor ... .Natchez .........D'Lo .....Yazoo City .. . . .Corinth' Sixty-two ,,x,,, ,,.,,., M ,,., "" i ., " S- --is ,Nts s fi sl eww is 1 s 5 lr- ..... 1 E ,i E. S Sixty-nine Years at Ole Miss There is acertain fascination and -charm about all imposing or historic buildings. This fact is due to the influence exercised within their walls and par- tially to their existence as monuments to the taste and intelligence of their archi- tects and the integrity and skill of their builders. It is entirely reasonable to believe that the buildings which now constitute the campus group have a place in the aigfections of the men and women who passed their student days within them and no less occasion exists for the belief that those buildingswvhich have been removed exercised the same influence over the minds and hearts of others. No more enjoyable an event can be conceived than a great reunion of all the students who ever attended "Ole Miss." lf by the rubbing of some sort of an Aladdin's lamp we might all be transported back to that auspicious eighth of No- vember in 1848. the pleasure would be doubled. And if the tienii were truly obliging they might consent to present to the view of the assembly each success- ive building as it appeared on the campus. XVhat could add more to the enter- tainment of the guests? Let us then suppose that we have rubbed the lamp and that the fairy is an accommodating one who gladly assumes the task of reconstructing the Univer- sity. Once again the campus is a pristine forest. filled with murmuring oaks and hickories. Wlilliam Nicholl, the English architect, appears on the scene and under his direction the monarchs of the forest bow to the woodsman's axe and the tires are kindled in the kilns. Under the skillful hands of the artisans the Lyceum building soon appears. but it is without the two wings and the central portion does not extend more than two-thirds its present length to the rear. It has a strange appearance to the class of '17 and even the class of 1002 is unprepared for the abbreviated length. The building which is now Dr. Heddlestoirs residence is the next to appear and the class of '51 grows hungry at the sight, for to them it is known as Stew- ard's Hall and the term is synonymous with the clang of the dinner bell. Two three-story double dwellings for professors are next fashioned by the willing workers. Une occupies the site of the present library and the other stands opposite in the stead of Gordon Hall. They are the homes of the four members of the original faculty. XYith the appearance of two dormitories, one on either side of the Lyceum. the original group is completed and XVilliam Xicholl retires from the scene. Si.ri'y-,five mm EEE EIQQQ I PFOYQSSOFS H B M A Residence- F' l - IIIIIMIIIPIII1IIIHIIIIIIIlili!IillllIIiiIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIll Il IIIIHIIIHII II1IIIl'IlIIIII!lIiIiI!"l NI! WlllllllllllllIIIIHIIIIP IIIillIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIII e f if l e-.- - EEJHHIMUHMJIIN iid 477- ,.J H'-""'4f! -.. "-,f-- - soc bwldmgs. It Stood on the sife of Gordon Hah- One of qtheoriginal gm L nd ' ie' ll ff e elf' De m M5155 51 17 Mlm e 1 : e - J e 5 ,g Q j Thel, ceum asit appeared abouL18'7O Thel, - 1 . 'C erecged 1n1847or48. At the time of this picturbe 33124385 dmon had been made inlhgr-ear ' Taylor' -we ij ey consfmfwamuwe H U. Q ,, ,... . eeeeee Lamnxiesanne Ab 31870 :FFL E E E U 1 Samfumeasthe O QL : A I 0'ZiWPVgf8EJ'fXlU- 1 X Q lf'l EM .MMEEE ,J win! f' ieli " 3 ' 1 ii Dfaum ffom lq'7OfO9fgl1'7,j' J.E.FOfYf3iUQ .S4l.lAfX ll .x., .... ,... 0 The stage is set in readiness for the actors who presently appear. President Holmes issues from his residence on the site of Gordon Hall and proceeds to the Lyceum where the students begin to register. Thomas Elliott llugg is the first to afhx his signature to the roll and the busy quill continues to scratch and scrawl until the eighty names appear on the record. Dinner is served in the course of time at Stewards Hall and the afternoon soon passes as other after- noons have passed on the entrance days that have followed. After supper the lamps are lighted in the buildings on the campus, The boys retire to Jefferson Hall and in due time the extinguished lights announce the close of the tirst day at "t ble Miss." To furnish the accustomed surroundings to the class of '53 the chapel is added to the original six and the students of that time meet in the society halls above where the voices of Sricklin and Lamar rise above the others in heated argument. The throng has increased until the men of '38 require more room and the "Postoffice Dormitory" is built. along exactly the same lines as the other two dormitories, to accommodate them. Dr. lilarnard. the third president and the tirst Chancell-ir. passes through the crowd and the students respectfully salute him. Ile seems more than usually jovial. The secret of it all is that he is again living through the enjoyment of having secured from the legislature the funds necessary for the erection of the Observatory, the Magnetic Observatory and Taylor llall. Soon the materials arrive on the ground and again the sound of the saw and hammer is heard on the campus. In response to the efforts of the artisans the buildings presently arise. XVith the exception of Taylor llall they all look familiar enough to the student of today. Taylor Hall is without a second story on the central part and this portion of the building is used as a dining hall. Some of the early students recall that it later became the headquarters of the Y. M. C. A. and a gynasium successively. Students who entered the preparatory department between the close of the war and 1892 look on the wings of Taylor lelall with many a remi- niscent smile. For the sake of the class of '62 the exciting scenes of the years of the war are rehearsed. Again the "Stars and liars" tloat from one building on the campus, while "Old Gloryn is seen on another and the "University Greys' are drilling among the trees. The campus is deserted for a time. Of the two hundred and forty students and the eight professors, only Drs. llilgard and Quinche remain. Hut in a short time there is more excitement than ever. XYounded begin to arrive from the battlefield of Shiloh. The Chapel and other buildings are con- verted into a hospital to accommodate them. Grants approach is announced: the wounded are removed and a horde of Kansas ".Iayhawkers" sweep across the paths. leaving a wake of destruction. Grant establishes a Federal hospital at the lfni- Sixty-.i'c'z'cn If 5 : ' i5"5i:'iiTii fiiiTiTvi?::'il:l------ -zfzt 2 ff12f,1:v- T Vv2'wY" T 5 ':" TITS T Virirr YWWA-T' s versity and later passes on after burning the town of Oxford. The wounded among General liorrest's men are treated on the campus while he makes his head- quarters in Hxford. The Magnetic Observatory all the while performs the func- tion of a morgue. In all, eighteen hundred men are cared for and of this number seven hundred sleep in unmarked graves in the little cemetery over the hill. The war is closed and Chancellor XYaddell succeeds Dr. Barnard. The student throng continues to increase. Among the entrants of 1832 several timid co-eds appear. The old library which is now the l.aw liluilding is built for the class of 1880. XYater works. steam heating and sewerage systems, followed by electric lights are provided for the students of 1909. The women of the year 1905 meet to discuss politics and art in Ricks Hall, their new home. and wings appear simultaneously on the Lyceum lluilding. Taylor llall becomes a part of the domain of Morpheus: a second story is added and the central part is changed to a dormitory. The hitherto nearly homeless medical students move with the entry of the 1007-O8 classes to their new home in the Science lluilding. One of the old double residences is replaced by Gordon Hall to make a more familiar scene for the Fresh- men of 1909 and the student body immediately proposes a dance. A long time passes before they are permitted to hold it. Mr. Carnegie's check arrives and is received with joy. The north professor's residence is razed and in its place the new Library is quickly produced. The Law Department deserts its old home in Jefferson Hall and takes possession of the original Library. Jefferson llall is torn down a little later on and the George Peabody lluilding erected on the site of it to contain the classes of 1012-13. There is no longer any need for the good fairy's oftices in magically alter- ing the appearance of the campus and as his presence fades into the purple silence the living students steal away and the ghostly ones take their places in Chron's barge and are ferried across to the distant shore. lt is not long until all that remains of the past on the campus is the invisible heart throbs of friendship and the spirit of "f Jle Miss." l F l7 '18 Sixty-viglzt wg-nzinr lx V ll fix if rf Q lj WHIP" Il L I Y I i, is ls u In H 1 lr wi U W 736, , r --fy I 1 Zzgyfsszv , I i ,jr I V- Y ...., -1 H f ' K H ' ' f A T f ff'-. 7 " - ' V 'Q Q ' ,' 'fm . 15 -,o."' N1 N- . 1. ' ' 5 , N '1 W ,af X J. ' ftp J.. lg A , " :H 5 13 ' Y 1 ,a 1 H K ,P A 'J' N. W ! I, . 5 W ? N , Q " .aff V :M s .L 1 ,1 .f f if 'fi' 5 ' Y IM ' V x. X V1 at 5 ' vs, - .nhl R. XX f f , MMA lvfj. I: JJ, V' "' I-.QAM1-,J If - 'E 25-Z' .V 1 ,z A 11 ' 1 ':', i'i -"J -fe, . Q , Na+ ,i A' V K V V ' r "", 'yah c ' f 1- Yuj '- . 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Yice-l-'resident Phi Sigma Literary Suciety '13-'1-lg Business Manager "Mississippian" '13- '1-lg Taylor Medal Mathematics '13g A. N M. Deliater '14g Assistant Treasurer U. M. A. A '14-'ISL 'lireasurer Lf M. A. A. '16-'l7g Secre- tary and Treasurer Chemistry Clulu '14-'l5: Secretary and Treasurer "Bull XXX-evil" '14, JAMES EDXVIN BRAMLETTE, JR., LL.B. Clarksdale "l Hltlj' juslly my will: that lziml:-lzuscd fellow of lfmlztt' l l'lIHlt', I stzfze, l v:'ermu11'." BS. Lhiversity of Mississippi '16g Sigma Alpha lipsilung Red and lllue Klub: Hermaean Literary Society: ,luniur Primm Committee '14-'15, '15-'ltig Hermaean Freshman Medal 'll-'l2: Secretary Athletic lluard tif L'm1trol 'l-1-'153 Mississippian Board of Ciintrfil '13- 'l-lg Gurdon Hall Board of Cuntiml '14-'15, '15-'1O: Mississippian Staff '14-'l5: lllackstiine tluli: Y. M. Li. A. Cabinet '14-'15g Representa- tive of Law Departmentg on Athletic Cuuncil '16-'17g District Attorney of Moot Uiurt '10- 'l7: Hwnfir Cmmcilinan -lunior Law lilass '15- 'lflg "11'l1cJO1J-1-21" Lilllll. 'HIUMAS JIQFFIQRSON HARNETT, l.L.B. Carthage l um III' urrifiir us lfrulzzs 1.r,' I only .rjwiilr rzglll ml." ll.A. Mississippi College 'l3g Intercollegiate lleliziter 'lo-'lfig Phi Sigmzi Literary Society: Law liluli. IQUIEICRT MUORIC lllQllJfll"UR'l'll, l.l..l3. Pickens ".l l'i'tIllllljl l11ut'l1iui'. ul:t'tlvx'.v 'tunlnld uf' and ififillyf. llr umslvrezl 'In'lItlli'T'l'l' -:sax nut -zeffrlli llle A H A'llH'Zx'l1lfl. llk'l'll11lL'1lll l.llk'I'Zll'j' Sueietyg Ned and lllue . , . , , . tlnlig laylm' Medal: LS. A, N M. tullege 'l-lg lizistle kilulm. f.Li3'-' ia' ' - 1'-.. - V .. .. K "HJ vf?ff75...v V. 1: Swear! v-fwo ,. ......,Xx....x,...x.... X 2 ..., . ..N, .aa ,C .,........,...X.. S Www 'e vs we 2. .x,.N.,. - .,,.... 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"lf s4111du'iu11i's uri' nut filvnfiful tvlzvrv ln' KLIHIL' from if ix :mf frum 'trawl nf tu115!ln'." Hi-rmaean Literary S--Cin-ty 'li-'lb-'173 Srrub llasr-ball Team '15-'lfwg Captain Law Class lglaslwllvall Team '15-'ling Tcnm-sscc Club '10-'l7g Yicc-Prcsiflcnt lfpwwrtli l.L-agua' '16-'l7g Sr-uiwr Law Biblc Class 'lb-'173 Class Piict '10-'l7g Interstate lntercwllcgiatc Th-bzitcr against lmvcrsity ul Arkansas lfm-lf. RUIZIQIQT MATTHILXY C.XMl'l3liLL, LL.l1, Hcstcrvillc "Uh mid www fwzwr flzc gfiflir gjiv 11.9, T11 .wr n111'sUf's as ifllzvrx sm' us." Phi Sigma Literary Society: Y, M. C. .Kg Masimic Clubg LTHIYCINIIY Law Club .Q in -- , .Lsbli 1 ' - riifififfjf T Ulf as T, mil 45 II sis, M. xrnnnsunmnwn1v., ,2??f?? if .qi ' 4 'za C s. -L . i. i ' " I gif if jr A ' A4 .4 ' A fi r ' an -H: W , . , ., t. ,, ..'4T.i,2 ,J my fs'ifpii:s-e - ,., - is 5 3. .XIQQQQQS -HQ'xa.1g.SwsX.......sff::f:r::r:ff'Q1- is : . KN is N .ir ...,,. : .,... ,...,. .: gg, .X,x.,,.. ..... ,gg ,,..,,.x . .,...... S.-- .X.... A 'L .....x,... Ms Q.. ..... s.........,.. ...... -J X-,.......-......... ............ .N XXQ XXSSNXN X X-Magi," S XYILLIAM LLTHIQR LTL.-XYTON, LL.13. "Thi stzwzfiglvxl HI!-lIU,.Y un' 1111158 nf tvlzfrul 111 zwzsy ruifrld lwzirs lvaslf " Y 1 1A .I-Z Lockhart h rig' Qing. . . 1?1f'Fif9E l51.:X. Ilistinctiun Mississippi College '14, Rcils:liIQT HALL CROOK, LLB. Meridian "Tha zzlflvlrsf .rind-v of nnzzzkiud is wlmzazzf' -1 ILS. 'lug Truck Tram 'l5g Treasurer "M Qflulng Scrub lizisvlmll '13-'14-'15-'lug Captain 'lhg "Ole Miss" Sextcttc 'l53 Quartctte '14- '15: Glvc flula '13-'14, '10-'l7g Vliairman Hnarcl uf kfuritrul '10-'l7: L'lt'rk Mwvt Liwurt '10-'17: Mississippizm Stall '13-'14-'ISL Y. M. C. A-X. Vziliinet '14-'15, '16-'17g "Ole Miss" Staff '16-'l7. FIQICID 5'liI2X'X'AlQT DUNNING, LL,l3. Canton 'Il fvlluiv nf zilzfinifr just, nf 111051 f'.1'rf'llv11! fauuy." Blackstum- Kilulm '15-'lfmg Y. M. C. .'X.g Kliar- Icr Mcmlwr "F" Lilulwg Hmlmtiry Mcmlacr uf ilu- Lffyzil llrcler uf Ducks: King nf Llulmsg Vzuitun lflulig "Ulu Miss" Stall 'lm-'l7g Yicc- l'r4-siclcnt Sn-uiur Law Class 'lim-'l7g Mcnilwr Club. ,l.XMl'.5 l'.l.Ml'.R FIQIDAN. l.L.l5. Ilufmevillc "llc fllixlfmk Izix HllllJI!l.U l'lii Sigma Litcrziry Society '15-'lfwg liluck- stum- Lflulmg 'l'i1ix'crsity Law Club. S1'v1'nty-four : .N Nvxwm xxx Nwkggw Q WW 'Q 'Mx -Q--- '1: ,..,, ..., I ri 1 5 'U' 'U' T71 855' W- , . - 5 Q 1 A A24 ff? 1: " ' N 'Q' 'W eff' -'zu' sf 1 1.2.-v'3lf'P i 'Ff'Wfn...f as-' nf .. if I if ' Q Yi fill ffiilfiff TEKEQ ?31E2E222fT3f': Y """' fi X. Q. YQ ' X-Q, Qi 5X QQN5 5:::::::: .,.,, :q::::::::r:xg F is 5 5 9 ,S xxx? Q I ,bx X X .... 3 E.. X Q Q QM, 1 N-3, NE ..x..... X ..., . N Q. f f -. L, 1 v YE f' S ""' Q ...x..x.xx....,..... , .Q-S if 1-5 Af- f Q- N Q """ ' "'X "" A X55 3 "lf!r.s'.wd is 111' zulzu r.1'f'm'l.r llrlfllilljl. fur 11, .LY,Q,f-Rrfinff sim!! lI6"i'1'l' ln' d1'.mfvfwi:1n'd."' WMM? A WA Zz? ::.v,.vl:-,j ..., , ,, ,A . . v ll xi lf 'if Q4 f K f "55' 4 W -Q , , M4214 X Q? aw ' SG 1 'WAS ap' , .. . yy. 4 y as , , 3 M f I A g ' , , .4 5 R X ' M , EN CHI" ,F Q ' fllulll M 'K 'ff Mf 'P M, ,. f ,593 if 115 2 5? .R Q s 1 :I 'S 5 . Z :. ......... ...,,,:.....x :....- ,.., ,N .C ..x.X .,... .. ....x.. . .N . - ss 2 vs as sss si ........ -..,.,,EE5133, ...M , i slgrigsirrrwwz i - QQ .. QQ . -'-... , i ag.- THOM.-XS HERRON MITCHELL, LL.B. Pontotoc "Tlzu' llmdcsl on his 1lIlt'llIbtU'I't1.YSI'd Ivrwzv. .N ulurt' has It'l'lfft'lI, 'Gc1zt1cnnu1'." BA. 'l6g Honor Councilman '12-'13g Sec- retary Hermaean Literary Society, third term 'l5g Treasurer Hermaean Society '15-'lbz Blackstone Clubg First Orator Hermaean An- niversary 'l6g Y. M. C. A. Cabinet 'l61 "Ole Miss" Staff '16-'l7g Senior Commencement Debater 'l6g Seribblers' Clubg Red and Blue Club: Intercollegiate Debater 'l7g President . Hermaean Society Hirst terml '16g President Young' Men's Christian Association. CHARLES MCBETH MURPHY, LL.l3. Lexington ullvfltlft' fwtucz' shed tlftllllld lzim tl rozzsiuuf i11- fl1r0m'e." Kappa Alpbag Red and Blue Clubg ,lunior Prom 'll-'l2g President Senior Law Class: Assistant Manager of Annual: Masonic Clubg President's Club: Old Timers' Clubg Irish Clubg Critic Hermaean Literary Society: "XVhoop-La" Club. JAMES MCCLURL, JR., LLB. f Fayette Uylllllllffll I um sjilrlzvli-z'c und rush, Yvl I lnwc .ftllllfflllllfj izrmf' dt111gft'ro11s." I. Kappa Alphagr Red and Blue Club: Her' L man-an Literary Society: Councilman Y. M. C. i A.: President junior Law Class '15-'lfig Out- ' law Committee '16-'l7g Elected Arkansas lie- bater ' lo-'l7g Yellow llogg Sheriff Moot . Court '10-'l7g "XVhoop-La Club." XYILLLXM LIQIQ MVCOLLUCCSH. LL.l5, Columbus .I :mm 111' .rt't'u1.v of t'lit't'1'f11l yt'xIv1'1ii1y.v. .Ind iwflzfidvlll lo111or'1'trrt'.r." ILS. 'log Karnca Club: Red and Iiilue Clubg fiolf Clnbg Treasurer Freshman Class 'll-'l33 l"ri-sbinan Football and liiaseball 'll-'l31 Hzimlsmnt-st Man '13-'l-l: Society liditor Mis- sissippian '14-'l51 Chairman junior Prom '14- 'l5g Outlaws 'l5-'llmg Golf Record 'l5-'lfag liusint-ss Manager Mississippian 'l5-'lbg :Xs- sistant Cin-er Leader 'l-l-'ln-'lfig .-Xssistant Husincss Manager "Ole Miss" 'l5-'lbg lllztck- stone Clnbg Chairman "Outlaws" 'lb-'I71 lit-st llzniet-r 'l5-'lu fl Sc'vt'r1!i'-six 'T "TTT H PZISPPFE ?i3133E22QlWiifTr it W' x ,.. wif.. ..... ::::::::::x, X S ,Q 2 A ..... s X 5 .5 Q RICHARD HENRY NASON, LL.B. Dubard "Doubt truth to be a liar, But :lever doubt I love." B.S. 'log Yice-President of Phi Sigma Lit- erary Society '15-'16g President of Phi Sigma Literary Society tsecond term! 'log Secre- tary and Treasurer of Co-operative Boarding Club '14-'15g Yice-President of the junior Law Class '16g Intercollegiate Debating Team '163 Y. M, C. A. Council '16-'173 Secretary uf Senior Law Class '17g Assistant Business Manager Annual '16-'17, BRUCE DAVENPORT NEXVSOM. LL.l1. Senatobia V I f 11 ' Ill in 1 . I I o o emu U. a '1 :vs vnzrrsf A llllt'llU'ZL'lI,' "The Iozuvst of yozir flirting." Kappa Alpha Fraternity: Red and lilne Clubg Y. M. C. A. Council: Hermaeztn Lit- erary Society: lliiard mf Control Gordon Hall: "XN'hoop-La Club3" Business Manager of the Annual '16-'l7. THOMAS JEFFERSON O'QUIN. LL.l1. Red Lick "And -lit' is of! Ilzv 'ZL'I..9C5f man. ll'l1n is am! ruin' at aI!."' First Orator of Phi Sigma Anniversary 'li '16g Law Clubg Phi Sigma Literary Society, JAMES ETHEL PALMER. LLP. Laurel "His only rrinitx- Tha! urns! 1'r.rl'Ir'11dt'11t Iltllilijl Phi Sigma Literary Society: Critic Phi Sig- ma Cnrst terrnl 'l6: University Law Club. ,.',. 2515 E 'Q W N"""" 1 1' 2 Y-W -'-XX' ,E x ii SS 1: A A I u Y W ' , 1? IQLLIS XYILLIAM PATRICK. 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ILS, lfng 5CI'II!I7IL'I'S llulug IM-rl zmfl IIIHQ' lilulmg Ifrlitul'-in-1'I1icf Mississipyiizm 'I-ITIS .XDINIZII Staff '13-'14-'I5f'Ifig NIIssISsIIillI2LIl Stuff 'IZ-'13-'I-Ig Y. NI. lf. .X. IAUIIIIVIIQ rIil'1lL'Ii 'IX-Lmi Vaptain '15-'lbg Ill-zulvi' in Iinglisln IDL-- ID21I'U'lK'I1l '15-'Ifmg I-Qililiii'-iii-Cliicf "ills Miss" 'I7g Vzumm Club. .XDQXM SMITH. I.L.Il. Littlc IQUQIQ Hlifm' murlz nmrc tl dzmfv llmlfv Iwcaz svn! fu rmmi, ff.1'1'rfs fl dllllfl' llzulfv IICUII kcjil ul lzfulzcf' . . ,!,-.,-. ,.., . X, M. L. A, 1-I-In-lri-115 I In Sigma I,it- vrury Society '14-'15-'10-'l7g Lfrliwrsity Law C'IuIi '17 r'JTI'IIiR I+'IJIQIiIiS'I' SMITH, I.I.I5. I,fJ1JI21I'VIIIC "I LlI'IUllj'.Y ffvl llzv belief rulzwn I urgizu KlllllIl'. ILA, 'Ihg Pri-siclcm :II I'I1i Signm Swim-ly Iscrfmrl tcrmp 'Ifi-'I73 Managcr uf SIIIYICIIIS IRI-upcrzltivc Iiuarrliiig i'IuIJ '15-'Ifvg NICITIIPUI' iff Iifraiwl uf lffintrril 'I-1-'ISQ Mumba-r uf , . . . .... , , , Imarrl nl Cwmrfil fit Mississippiuii 10-173 N NI. Lf A. QAIIUIICII '15-'IU-'I7g Iilzlckstfmv l'IiiIr Marshall IIIIIITITICIICUINCIII, Iixcrciscs 'lfmg Mis- sissippizm RCIJflI'ICX' for I'I1i Sigma 'I-I-'l5. vi M? I f I 1 . 53 bi 4? 12? 'sv II 1 , y. 5? Er 3 - .. M g--. ,SZ .-,. ?-..:g MAE 5 ...E NOAH SPCRGEON SXYEAT, LL.B. "A noble boy, a l7I'l1'Z'c', fret'-lzcrirtvd, et1i'vlt'.r.r UIIF. B.S. 'log Captain Class Baseball '13: Class Baseball 'l-lg Y. M. C. A. Council: Annual Staff '16g Charter Member "F" Club: Golf Club: jack of Clubs: Honorary Member of The Loyal Order of Ducks. TALMAGE BRICE TCBB, LL.B. Amory "T!1t'rt".r Jt1llIL'f1lllI-tj iii ri flying lzfu'st', Tlici'v'.r .wiiicflzilzg in ti lzugr' luillooizf' B.S. 'l6: Hermaean '15-'16, '16-'l7: Y. M. C. A. Council '15-'16, '16-'l7: Yice-President Hermaean '16-'l7: Amorite Club '15-'lol Chemistry Club '1-l-'l5: Debating Council '16- '17: Anniversarian Hermaean Literary Su- ciety '16-'17: Marshall Commencement Exer- cises '16: Y. M. C. A. '1-l-'15, '15-'17, '15-'l7: :lik of Clubs: Blackstone Club. NATIL 5. XYILLIAMSUN, LL 15. Meridian "Tl1t'i'c' are two .vidvs lo t't't'ry qzwsfiozzj mine and llzt' wroiiy side." Phi Sigma Literary Society '15-'16-'171 President Law Club '15-'l0: First Intersociety Debating Team '15-'log Senior Law Bible Class '16-'l7: Meridian Club '16-'l7: First Orator Phi Sigma Anniversary '10-'l7g Attor- ney General Law Club '16-'17 thrst terml: Interstate Intercollegiate Debater against Cui- versity of Arkansas '16-'17. Al.l'lERT GRIESHAM XYING, LL.B. Greenville "l 1ITt'1PL't' om' iiioriiiny and found niysvlf frmiou.r." Phi Delta Theta: Red and Blue Club: Man- ager of Lyceum Course: Secretary and Treas- urer Y. M. C. A.: Head lliaiter: Board of Control tiordon Hall Boarding Club '15-'l6: Treasurer Gordon Hall Boarding Club 'l5-'l6- 'l7: I'roctor '15-'lo: Vice-President "M" Club: Secretary Athletic Association: Basket- ball Team '13-'lo-'l7: Captain Basketball Team 'lo-'l7: Outlaw Dance Committee '15- 'lo, 'lo-'17: "XX'hoop-La Club." N'K' H. f. I1 1 LIZRUY HfJLl..'XNIJ KICNNICIJY, JR., 1 1 Q. New Xllmzmy Q-1 4 . "H1".v 21 f'lClI.YIlIfl Ulf 1'111111g1l1, ,VIII la:-V 1 d1 il" XYIILIAM DAVID KIZNNICDY, LLB Ncw ,Xllmany "lf 11111'l111dy 1'111'1' f111' 1110, 1'lH'4' ful' lI1!L"I71Vdj'.H - ' fx 1, ly 1II'lXll'Nf7N If J .Rs Sli IiliY NIQLSHN M1 XX'HfJR'1'IilQ, Ll..l1. Ax Ilurnx Uyllx' 111-1'111'.i 1111 11111 11!! .v1.1'f1'1'l mffj 511- 1" 1 ' f,111'11.' .11111!.v 111113' 11'rp1'!1 Ivll l1111I1'1'.v .v11111!l." .IMI 'fl . i 4 ,,- 1 I , W IZHXA Il1Nl111ct1-111 XIINNINNHPIHZIII 1-1ll1-gf 14, ,,jNi,.-v--sf., .... f- w' fhffzg' t'HAXRI,IiS liIQXIiS'l' 'l'HllNIl'S1JN. I-l..lS . 1' f12ll'flL'I1 Vity "I :.1111l11' 1'11ll11'1' 1'.r1'1'! 11f111'1'.v Ill! !.'1111:uludy11' flllll 111 f'11zu1'1'. Afmwixmreity Law Vlubg Mrlswnic lfluhg Y. M. I..xw Hl'ILD1NI,i 1 , A, 1511111151-0116 joseph Eli lauvcrvalr Iv-I DEATH SILENT in jllcmorng of fiusrph Eli iflauhrrhztlr On his breast, two hands at rest, Wan and pale, are folded therel Labor's done, the race is won, God has answered deaths sweet prayer, lklo word slips those silent lips, Not a tear shall fall againl life is o'er, the final score. Death has Corrie to still all pain, Ah! twill fall to one and all, Sooner-later we meet abovel There in peace when troubles eease Waits His nobler grander lover Ye are blest who find that rest When your soul from earth departsi Though ye die, beyond lfti sky Shall ye ioin that band of hearts. Ahl that sleep so sweet so deep, Full of rest and still repose, Never breaks, Nol never wakes, Gnce life's shadows slowly elose. The rneed of strife, the gate of life Open in that last short breath: Higher airns, Yesl greater gains Bring rewards of silent death, RICHARD C. BUBBY iiwmiu-:E fiiuxis fitfffffffif fuifflfffffffffifffff . X X x S X Nwxw XS: f. his at K xr"'M"e"'-K. "11 ' :'11 , ew:-"..E " :sm "" r- 5 E "'---'-' : --s----------as----2 5 .,.., ,,,,.,. ,A......, . Eggs A5111 :my ESS., ....,, I ? ..... H . -- Y G The "Duke,s" Torture Room Xtho will it be today lethe question is written on the strained faces of every member of the body despite their manly efforts to show no feeling. All are smoking, except a few who are indulging in the nerve strengthening plug: some are seated in the windows: few in their regufar seats-all are talk- ing in that light-hearted manner that characterizes heroes before the conflict. 'Iihe bellll the iron clatter, foretelling the moment of doom for some of their number, grates upon their ears. They rush to their seats. .Nnd then he, the tyrannical "Duke," enters. oh ! kind reader, do you realize what scene you are witnessing? You are among the nerve stricken, terrified members of the Senior l.aw class. You see them as they resign themselves to the fate of l'omeroy's Equity. And then the persecution begins, Herron Mitchell has just finished a fine recitation-he sinks exhausted to his seat. llob llridgforth, with many a fran- tic gesture and an occasional Latin phrase, recites verbatim his answer. His finger taps his desk to indicate the commas as he reaches them. Patrick in- terrupts with a question. Marshall Amis is then called. XYith his name the weary ones, feeling safe, proceed to make up last nights loss of sleep. llruce Newsom uses up four sheets of paper adding' up his profits from the annual. Patrick asks another question. ,lim l'rice and "l.ord lligh L'orustopple" lirooks resume their preping. "Cupid" Klcfullough polishes his finger nails while "-ludgeu Clayton curls a real whisker on his upper lip. l'at is busy now trying' to ti-ture up another question the remainder are either demolishin-1' . - A t ' ' 5 the back of the chairs with their knives or are studying' their watches, pray- ing' for the hour to pass. .Xmis completes his recitation after a citation from the code and a review of several judges' opinions. 'l'be hour is up-the sighs of relief almost obliterate the sound of the bell. "Now, gentlemen, I've only assigned fifty pages in this book for tomorrow besides the fifteen code sections and the cases so-stl'atrick asks another que-stionleso l'll expect yon to get it up in fine order: there are many nice distinctions lu be found there: every line is laden with honey which you must suck like busy bees, not like drones. You are excused." .X punch in the ribs of one of the soninolent ones causes him to swallow his plu-f. lle awakes with a look of pained surprise asd rushes out in horri- 5 fied expectancy. flfxit class.l "RI-1Y.' Eighty-four ..,.,. si ...SN is i vt N - 5 . M K 2 ' t is ,, N.,.,, t Sas XWA s:::::::::::s s, 1 xg X XWQN g:.::.:.L:::"x::,:::::ggx Q X X XX' M 1 N X x.......,, V.....m,.a sw ..,.,... - ,...., a . re., . , . , Q - s ., , . s ,.,. ,,h, .,,,. h.W History of Senior Law Class As God's great sun slowly sinks behind the XYestern horizon tinted with soft golden hues: as a million stars asleep soon wake to peep at the world far down belowg as the silver moon with its beams so light overhangs the peacef ful vale, we realize the approach of the oncoming' shades of night and know that the day is fast drawing' to a close. llut time has passed. and with the Coming of the morning' the sky blue heavens are illuminated with the splendor of the sun's many rays of rainbow colors: then, too, we realize that the Curtain of darkness is raised and know that another day full of beauty and radiance has been granted unto us. Thus, having arisen in the early fall of 1915-the morning as it were, of the law course-and having blessed each member with the brilliancy of its grandeur as he labored and worked through the day of two years of toil, the sun of the Class of '17 is slowly sinking behind the XYestern horizon of sut- cess, tinted with refinement and culture: a million stars of ambition and de- termination have awakened to guide its footsteps across the sea of life, tl moon that is silver with learning and knowledge throws out its beams of fair- ness and kindness: and we know that the curtain of the night of rest is being drawn upon the scenes of a fruitful day. Ah, friends, into the twilight shades there creeps a tiny ray of sunshine-the diploma-and it will be the crowning glory of a day of toil. for as the inorning of commencement day approaches nearer and nearer. and the sky-blue heavens of life are illuminated with the splendor of the sun's many rays of future happi- ness and prosperity, then, too, we realize that the curtain of the night of rest is raised and another day full of opportunity and promise by Gods gracious favor has been granted unto the class of 'l7. "Bark-rutii'd, Inrn Inirk-zt'm'a', O Tlilllt' in your flight." lt was during the past two years that we thought together. worked to- gether, and were thrown together. It was during the past two years that we made friendships that will never die, but will live on and on. lt was during the past two years that we formed ties that will bind our hearts together and will hold us close to one another. To be sure there have been heartaches and disappointments. Nur class has lost a munber of its members. Some found it impossible to return for the Eiglify-fitif' 1 R M yx... 5 2 Xl lx: si EXWI 13. Je " , - ? 8 second year because of financial embarrassment: others failed to keep up with the more determined or better qualified members of the classg others were called away by death. Twice did the Grim Reaper come into our midst and cut down IXYH uf otll' friends and classmates, just at the moment when their call and mission in life was about to be fulfilled and realized. XYQ will soon gn forth tu tight the battle of life. to bless the world, I hope, with an uplift for higher ideals tif :Xmerican manhood. XYe will be numbered in days to come among the leading lawyers of this and other states. lie proud of your profession 3 be an honor to it. .Xs has been said by one of our leading jurists, "XYhile it is cheap wit for many to say sneering things of our profes- sion. yet, if you strike from Anglo-Saxon history the thoughts and deeds of lawyers. you rob it of more than half its glory, lilot from .Xmerican society today the lawyer, and all the work that he does, and all the power that he exerts. and you leave society as dry and shifting as the sands that sweep over Sahara. lfor the mystic force that binds our civilization together and makes possible its success and glories, is the l,aw, and they who minister at its shrine and keep alive its sacred tires, are you and l, and that vast multitude of co- workers who boast of no higher title than that of lawyer." lfxcelsiorl The mighty battle cry! l.et it be your watchword. and you will climb upward, until you. too, have reached the summit without the toll of your lives. .Xspire to high ideals. and you will attain them. l'lace your ideal on the pinnacle uf self-sacririce and little by little, step by step, your highest ambition will be fulfilled and realized, Nlay success crown your efforts in the future as it has in the past is the sincere wish of those who love you. lQlt'l1,XRlb tf llusizv. l Z , l A C . . wi 1 ,- i 5 ,J hi, lf Eighty-six ms 'C4"? a:-by Q Ummm Ig E J Q 6'E!31 H X-JF W . gf K T A I" "1 ,Q 1 Q LJ' gs: ZW" fu Q W .Q lk ,' 3, 1 ima. , -W" f' 5 Q We:-2,-'Y 1 x fr .. 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Loving. llyron ............... KlcLean, W'illiam Campbell. . Mitts, Keyes .............. Moseley. Niles ......... Patterson, Chas. Francis. . Phyfer, Lamar Fontain -. . Polk, Sylvanus XYilliam .... Rainwater, l'ercy Lee. .. Q,1l . D V. J . . ils, l1,dw.1rd li.. . . .. Sheedy, joseph Clody. . . Stovall, :Xrthur .... . . . 'I'oler. -lohn Lemuel. .. Vnger. john Xxvllllgll .... . Vllarren, Dalton Franklin. . . . . .Holcomb . . . . .Natchez . . . .Charleston . . . ..... Meridian ............Oxford lXlemphis, Tennessee .............Ripley . . . .Meridian . . . .Vicksburg ........Natchez . . .VValnut Grove . . .XValnut Grove . . . . . . .Meridian . . .Olive Branch . . . .Meridian . . . . .Hattiesburg . . . . . . . .XVaynesboro , . .Lafayette Springs . . . . . . . .Meridian . . . .Fayette . . .Columbus . . .Grenada . . .Tupelo . . . . .Jackson ........NZltCl1CZ . . . . New Albany . . .llattiesburg . . . 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Oiiicers of the Engineering Class 1 I HRHIC I '. H1 FI Svclvtufjv 'IQIXF FLAXRKI2 Rl. L'lQliX'IiI..XND !'1'u,v1'a'v11f fl lAXll.l.lf t'I..Xl'I 7If IKIQRXXRD I 'f.l!C"l,Vl,J'lAfI't'lff .Ylllvl x'-I: X f'RQl???3T?I?'f?'f1?IIiTIfE mvtiiiiiiiiiiiirf 511:13 g:::c:f::::::::::::::g errzrggggzrrzuw MWMVM gjjggirg SL skzz Q vis? swgsgglggfzgzizgxxzrzsfggA.Sssss-iss gfsgnmagit:::q:q:4q4q4:q:q4q:4:::.-:sg 2.3 3 ggi, P - V .. 'f ag CLARKE M. QLEVELAND. BL .A 4 is-xi , ."v V , -P-9 'Lf Linton M f - , , , 3 Ninety-three 1 v "l'a1zd Cassius has a Ivan and Izmzgry look. He tlzinlfs faa uzm'lz.' such men are dazz- gcra us. President Engineering Class of 'l7g Taylor Medal in Sophomore Math, 'l5g Assistant in Physics '16-'l7g Member of "Knights of the Empty Dome." CHAILLE C. BERNARD, B.E. Lake Providence, La. "Far Ill, by gcauzvtrif scale, Can take the size of pots of alvf' Vice-President Engineering Class 'l7g Tay- lor Medal junior Physics 'l6g Member uf "The Knights of the Empty Dome." OSCAR B. RAY, B.E. Crenshaw "If you Quant to run a line fn HC4IT'L'IZ or szzzk a shaft in hell." Taylor Medal in Mechanical Drawinf! 'l6g Member of "Knights of the Empty Dome." CLAUDE NVOODFl N, B.E. Okolona "All his fazzlis arf 511511 that one Loves llllll slzll 1110 lvvftm' far ilze111."' Scrub Football Team '15, GEORGE P. HOPKINS, B.E. Gulfport "An lwzzvsf 17101118 the llUl7ICSf 'work of Gad." Y. M. C, A.: Golf Clubg Class Baseball 14-'15g Board of Control Athletic .Association 15-,165 Secretary of Engineering Class '16-'l7. r X M f L, W W WWA, X 7 N Wiikwxkn fwH"N .. 45 f Q44-sinlmaxf 4, 5 N . 'Q KUILXK SVICNICS ON CAMPUS Ninzvfy-fnzar X W of-5 ,L L4 . I I Z 2 z I z Engineering Students Freshmen Avent. :Xudley .... . Campbell, XYatson .... Dorroh, XYill Edwin .... Guthrie, bl. F. ......... .. Heidelberg. Luther ..... llolloman, llarrett XYliite Hopkins, Ferdinand, Jr.. .. -lolmson, XVilliam Edward. .. Linder, John l.ee ........ Mefaskey, Abner Elwy. . MeCorkle. las. B. ..... . Moser, Cecil Ramsey. . . Parks, Rubie Kirby .... . Prince, Rieliard Ernest. .. Scobey. Max Armstrong. Sivley, .-Xndrew llarry, -lr.. .. lflynt, XYilliam Hangs. .. llonney. XYalter Allen. .. llranham. .Xlfred lelume.. Triplett, llowarcl H.. . . . Turner, lidward ll.. . . . Minn, Lewis lidward .... XYrig'l1t, llarold Ellis. .. Sophomore .. .Oxford . . .Oxford . .Madison .University . ...... XVaynesboro . . . .Madison Station llll1llc,l. Spring llill, .Meridian . . . .Cohay . . .Oxford . .Sumrall .. .Oxford . . . . .Iuka .. . .Oxford Shuqnalak Yardaman .Raymond Hernando .Enterprise Tennessee . .Louisville Hernando . . .Laurel .Meridian S fwX'i'01'd M '-A'A f:::::': "" f" T "'-' if Rifx TTIYT? ," X s I 3 . . X , ,,,,,, .x., jf W. . . fmt , .-..w..--.,..a. F t . -E ---...N..x.. V ---- jgjjf Qs-Qs ..f-mi-.- ...... - ........,...... tg o Q in r , G The Hobo Engineer I sometimes think I'll quit this life and settle down and get a wife, by jove! Sometimes I think I would love to have some place I could call home, And settle down, no more to roam. llut, hell, that very thing I've tried, And found myself dissatisfied. I've often tried to settle down To office work and live in town and act like civilized folk do, Take in the shows and dances. too, but I'd no more than get a start. Till "Wanderlust" would seize my heart, and in my night dreams I would see The great white silence calling me. and at the chance I'd never fail To drop it all and hit the trail. Rack to solitude again, W'ith transit. level, rod and chain, to lead the simple life once more. And do the same thing o'er and o'er, day after day and week after week. Sometimes we go to town to seek a little fun, and sometimes,-well, Sometimes we raise a little hell. XVe don't mean to, but then, you see. Vlflien we've been out two months or three, in silent places where the face Of white man seems so out of place, well-when we hit the "Great NVhite XYay" Our joyful spirits get full sway. XYe try to crowd into one night The joys of many months. 'Tain't right? XYell maybe not. 'Tis not for me To shape our iinal destiny. Hut when our last survey is done. And tied up to the Great I'nknown and to the Chief our records brought, . Of lonely work with danger fraught, of hardships cheerfully endured. That best results might be secured. Against all this our little sprees Xkill seem as ponds compared to seas, and the I-Xngels surely will decide. Theres a balance on the credit side. And tiod. I think, will drop 3 tear And bless the "Hobo Engineer." H. Ttrrrut. ,Vin dv-sezirn C5151 cc 6311 X 1 E . W mis. yi V N , ! A 1 - , I l -n J fo'-'a"eI A 1 if "' . ' 'W D 1 jf x- V :Q an 4, ' Qi! 45 M 1, .f fl , Q. W X, ' XX ,- fi ,A -My 'lm ,affix 1 X A 5 .vfllfl N'- 611111 I 1 AJ f X. 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Yickslmurg "'l11u rulrsf 111116 1m,v 111111 ctw' flwfzvvd fur - .v 1x IAM A. lin-cl zmrl llluc Clulmg X'icc'-Prcsiflent Scniwr Nlmliczll Class: ML-mlical Club: Class Baseball: Hum' luggleri' Vlulrg Pun XYQQ Ffwtlvall, S'l'.'XNFUlQlJ li. l'1liTllli4X. M ll. Hattiesburg "111i1i11g, rvjwriazg, ,wz'1'11:uillgf, Clurvurd l11m1zgl1 liff' 114' ff +11'. ff' NIL-mlical lllulmg Yzxrsily llzlsclmll 'lhg Hase- . . . . . , , . . , lmll Kllsslmlpln kulla-gc ll-llg Llllllillll Mlsr wisxippi llwllvgc Tuzun, 'l2. ,.,...,.. ,. lwlxhlz K . l .Xb l l'.l.l.qXIXU5. M.l7. Silll Luis, thc, Culaa 1l1.' fmlflwxl mind lllv lu'.v1 uvflfclzilllvllf lll1.V.H 1 Klwlivznl Vlulng Spzxniulm Klub. Om' 1'1undr'4'd Two 5 N . ' Q ' fri: "" X'1::::::::::....g'f """"""""S ""'fZff"f"x"x""""'Y l"""' .fffffffwf fl:f'lTIf'5 !"IfIIIfIZfff'fIffIfI'f'W S"IZfffIfYIfffffIIIfI'x TTTYYIZ.. f 'Sig W ie i:::::::::::::::i.5M" g ferg if::fr:rr:rr:f1vfr21i2 'S ..,....,1x --wi. .sir S :X-2 D.. 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S 52 x.K. ,Y .x..x .,.. ?....,R.3 ,..,.. ..... ig ...,.X..x.. -.......1.x :N gf-'---Q5 t......... 3 xxxx Y , v , ,A ,A ,,Y,, QLVV + 255555 5112 -1:5525 Bliflillxb DANID LOUD, MD. 255511325 uses: Ill!!! " lun: . .Y . v ull., Q ,,,!,, Less!!! Lmwfml rm!!! ' 4- "--- -" A "HC fullutuc'll1 lrlw-zi'lCd!lf' Iikv ll .s'Uz'fi1l!l Shir." ZW ' il .I lib, ln, Mcdinal Lluiig Chemistry Llulig Y. M. C. A. Lksuncilg Secretary Medical Clulm. ROY GILMER GRANT, M.D. Puntdtoc - H.YtlfIlI'f' lzuflz frumvd straazgfi' fella-wx in llvr fimf'." '15-'16-'17, HS. 'log Medical Clulmg Varsity Basketball WALTER li. HULLADAY, MD. Meridian lctic Cwuncil. "Tile filllt, l"Z'u lux! in 'ZL'UUlllfl. In tnwzlflziny Yllll' Iiglzf flzul lius in ZUOHIlllIlS eyes. llux lwvn my Mcclical Clulmg "M" Club: Meridian Clulvg President Medical L'll.'XRLIiS .fXrcamlia. Fla. i "li'ifN' in 'ruisdunl -:cus lzr, fm! fmfivazf, and sim- uud flllfilllllfj lzi'urt's 1tlldl'iIlg.H Llulig Yicc-Pi'esirlcnt Ath- H, KllQKl'.X'l'lQlL'li l . l V . v cilg liuiic-juggle-r NU and c',Ilfl1'fM'n'.n x.,-X.: Rcd md llluc Lilulwg SCCl'k'l2ll'j' Medi ical Q lulvg X. M Lf QX, Llmiicilg .Xililctic Emin- E. 5 Chili. Our Huudrvd Ifmzr ,.....s.. . ,.. ,.x. .... , .. ' 'Qi ,.., . ......... , s sr"-r WMNM5 il I 5 ' 4135 "x"""M"""""' Q 3 - L six .::::::::1:::::::.3 Lx ". " M. "" :g rrrfrasfzaax.11L:1::::i2f222i?:1s N......2 "'x" .... "x' Xf.:5Qiiiif112i""'m""""'A'i.T........5 L"..2 ' ...5x,... ' , ..??2J,54i:ig: , 5 .--f E Elf! 'mn M 2265-f ' ,, w f 5 nut 121' lun: in nn uiiux n pu will Om' Hundred Fire sAM R, LUSTBERG. MD. Vicksburg g ym "Thou arf tl fellmu nf good rf'sfvrrf." -.7"7""3 Medical Club. HERMAN li. MASON. MD. VVaynesboro ".-1 monivuf lost mu ilvfw' be rrguinc'd." Medical Club. HUGH CARROLL Mi:LlifQJD. M.lJ. Hattiesburg "l'l"nrfv your fact' if il bc' sour, I t'CllI .vfvarv a smzlv from HIHIl'.,' B.S. '16: Red and Blue Clubg Hermaean: Chemistry Clubg Medical Club: Y. M. C. A. Council: President junior Medical Class 'l63 Secretary and Treasurer Red and Blue Clubg Scrub Fmmtballg Cheer Leader 'l7. E PAUL TALMAGIQ NEELY, MD. Denton, Texas "And to that dclzzzlflms Ivlfzlvci' of his mind He 110111 u -wzlvdnnz Ilzuf dullz guide his 'mlm' To aft in safely." President Senior Medical Class 'l6g "M" Club: Varsity Football '15-'163 Class Baseball and Basketball 'l6g Medical Clubg President's Club: Bone-jugglers' Club. X-,sf te. ., 'S Wil f, ifii, i Q' ff 5,15 ,,3g?1Q95,.,5, 302, ,' ' Q ' ' AA.. , A, 1 ,f ,K 5 .1 , 4 4 fu: wr i - -an 1 , f W if .f- if lf, ,, , J - gmiisdik - . x 5 .- . . ,J ,. -ef gf? ,,,.,- ., A -4, ,iv ,, 1, -'- .wi ,. ,tus f.-.w .... .., -.X 5... ........ .S S. .,...x..x....,.....,... X ,.. .... y, ...... -W ,M ....... , , ...,.. ,....,......,. . ., , .,.....,.... - ..x.. 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Cantwn .Xu .fln1'111 t't'rr' rlrfflrd Hu' tKIIl'I't'IIf 1-j !lf.x' S, A. lf. F1'atcrnity: blunim' Prmn 'li-'lfvz A Rt' HI li TAYLC JR, BLD. H un1pl1rcys ll ,ILT .vlzuuld 11 Hlflll, rrllfuvt' lvlfmci is It'!Il'lll nztlzuz, Klcmlirzxl tflulm. WILLIAM Ill-flililfli TILLSHN, Mil. Mizc "Y'l'md .wflly 'ruzmd Ilzix szlwwfi lzruft. ll flIlUI'd.Y 111111vi!1'fu1's 1't'.9llr.vs .vlm'f'." 1'l1i Sigma: Student Assistant in liitmlugyi 3 .. . 1 ""xN' .,.......,,..,Y.. . .,,...... """ X l X ., , . ,.,., S 3 . l 15,555 ,25 5 DUXXLIJ X. XX ILMJX. 31.19. 1. A ' mn' X'iClcslwul'2 "Un l -.F "'l'fl1'l'U is ultlnljw ':uul'!.'. and lmrls In TwrI'ff l.. -- ,--...m.... fuillml, fur ilzuxr iulm will." Y Xlcrlical lflulmg Prcsimlcnt P11--111cclicz1l Class NN l'xsl mtlmill lw P. D. HULOXX'AY. IXI.l.J. Lollms .X Hr is Tvrv fund nf.vl1fv'Zu'i111f il." HS. 'l-lg l'lu lxappa Pm: Preslclcnt .lunmr XIL l 1 -ciczal Class ' 3. XX'. C. XX'IillH, M.D. BZLIH1 cr "I-lc llzinlus hw lifllv and lulks fum HllH'lI.H Medical Klub: XlCC-l,l'CSlfll'lll junior Med- I iciul Class 'l3. liL'SSliLL B. l5.fXX'lS. Xl.lJ. Bfmcl "lx'i,vU.v mrly, .vH1zl1'1'.v Kuff, ll'ffr'lr.v uf! dll-X' 'IUIAHI lmnff u11d'Sf1I1l'." AlL'lllCI1l lfllllr. ' 'f -1','S'fu : P ' if-"G ffl... 'I XX'lX'l'lCli UN 'l'l lli l.'.XMl'L'S 0 Ilundrvd lfifllvt A211355 -... .....,... s--G is---S "Elissa: 4"" Tit A,x,,,, , ...Q ch E. ,.s 5 'iff 2 sc i s r -'-' History of the Medical lass At this season of the year we see scattered over the land many unique colo- nies of protoplasmic structures known to the world as "Meds of '17," each of them a member of a different phylum. After an investigation of the Meds of '17, Phylum "1 Jle Miss," I discovered in them a spirit of zeal and a great desire to master the suhject of their life's work. During their stay at "Ole Miss" they have traveled the usual weary road of a "Med," encountering many stumliling hlocks, hut have surmounted all. adding more and more laurels to their name, llut this class was not always in this high state of being. According to the theory of evolution. they were at one time in a lower stage of life. and have arrived at the present stage of life only after the slow process of development. ln their period of change many met extinction, often the professors were vexed. hut still the majority persisted. ln their stage of junior "Meds" many of their peculiar idiosyncrasies had been precipitated out liy the chemical, biological and physical tests to which they were subjected. A little later in that year the professors perceived with keen delight that in accordance with the law of hro- genesis, "f'Jntogeny repeats l'hylogeny" the .lunior Meds were evoluting in the same manner as they themselves had done in the days of yore. The class has now reached their form, the finished product of "Ole Miss," the most complete realization of the ideals of the professors. Dr. fiuyton says that with a little more manipulation he can remove most of the pathological worries. a couple of weeks under Dr. Robinson will hring their anatomy into the proper form, and lastly, Dr. Crider reports that with a few mere physiological experi- ments the internal mechanism of those who survive will he in perfect order. lf space would allow there might he said something of the inspiring theories in regard to the class's future. and as to the valualile addition the memliers will make to the ranks of the M. Dfs. lint the liuilding of air-castles will not he at- tempted liere: the task will he left to you. kind reader. of liuilding them for the Medical class of l'.Jl7. Uni' Hiozdrcd Nine i""'E I SMMN' fTt""t'M"""'tW ft" " "" AE c "" " 'E f" few' r r" rx W"- gm--E xg X ,WM a, ff'wX' - My:::::::::::Q .a cg c,-ill., er: ff - QL g.1:.:1'::::::a:'.:-:gas QE, .5 XE X E 9 Lu... I Q LE" 'T ,, it 3 3---5 'ii-eiqrz . - K t 5 J ' ' E in A cw aim WW irlililim X1 .a ,t if 5 ,t A ,sig . . K.-- ..... -tio c...?E'T..,..,S :...-..,e., ,..-.:: Ne.....,..,. X....-.........i .........5 L.....,..s x,..,,,,,,g Hrldhe Holidayjs Afterglow" lt's the restlesm gang once more, fellows, For all the elzurs rollecl in: The workk going to be lierce they tell us. Lots worsen it! ever heen. Anrl home zmtl the girl left hehinil us, XYith Christinas joys galore- Such mem'rief serve oft to reinincl us Uf pleasures-zi heaped up store. lt's clown with the thought of learning, Xyhen the wheels of the hrztin won't whirl ln the ways the Profs. are terming The betterment of the worlfl: The ways that fancy would lezul us. llzick to the home town hearth: Such are the pzitha that impede tif, Yet seem of utmost worth. The time'll seem long :mtl weziry. For those whose hrains must hencl To prove true the oft-sung theory. "lt's the man with the will who wins." Now its hack to school from play time, To work with the homesick crew, . .-Xnrl we won't go home till spring' time- XX'e'y'e five long months to he blue! G. lhzyixx. Om' lluudrvd llvz f Z Z 2 E , ,,. 1 5 - 1 ws sy: ev R s I :bs s Ce fs s,...,,..f .s X 53 Officers of Junior Medical Class LILRI DY TXYU FR IQINCXXXK JN PI't'.YI'mI,t'llf SIDNEY IXNIIQS lI,XRl'1CR 1 ICC-l,l'f'A'If!'Ul1f RIC'TT.sXRlD,ITiNXIXl1S Fl ICLD Svvrulury-'!'1'mx1m'r fiii' A Om' flltlldffd lilvvvu E Q Pl: I if kxkk l f. w i iz? Xwwi G Junior Medical Class Roll Armstrong, Joe Flynt. .. Bennett, Terry Lee .... Boland, XY. Tilden. .. Ewell, George H. ..... . Farmer, Harry Reed .... Field, Richard Jennings? Field, Samuel Eugene. .. Gravlee, Isaac Madison. . . Harper, Sidney James, Jr.. .. Hicks, XVilliam XYynne.. Jenkins, W'illiam Nathan .... Kincannon, Lerov Tavlor. Kittrell, john. . .i .... i.. .. Lazo, J. Anselmo ...... . May, Vllilliami Ross ...... McDonald, Herman Davis.. Merrill, Luther Gray ..... . . . Moseley, Sam Oliphant. . . O'lVlara. Braxton Bragg .... Ridgeway, Jas. E. ....... . Rigby, Owen Compton. . . Sparks, Thos. P. .......... . Thompson, XVin. Fordham . . . . . .XVater Yalley hlonesville. Louisiana . . . . . .Calhoun City Carrollton. Missouri . ............ Como . . . .Centreville . . . .Centreville . . . . . .Amory . . . . . .Vicksburg ...........Byhalia . . . .Crystal Springs ..........'l'upelo ............Lanrel ...,Nicaragua C. A. Guai ..........Amory . . . . . .VVheeler . . . . . . . . .Carrollton mora, El Ura, Cuba ...........Summit ... .Jackson . . . . Beach . . . .Jackson . . . .Biloxi Tisdale, Alfred Dent ..... .... S llmfall Webb. Walton Corbett. .. .... Banner Willis. Lafayette ...... ............... I -lamilton Woodwarcl,' Sam B.. . . .................. Oxford Wxfatt, Kon ........ .. .Fast Auburn, California Ono Hundred Tliirlccn ,,,,,.,.-..-- 9 Z mlb-4 M ,Y Zh' Y Um' lflrfrdrva . .... ............ , .... .. .X t..N......, ,.,..,.. .... ..........,. .....,... ,.....,.... ....- ...,... x , .... ...... ....... ,...........,......... f ........ M ...... .. ..... 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Q A .,.. ..., . ,i L ..... ,. .,.,. f xv., ......, Q ,,,,, Q XM- ..,.,, , ,..,.,,,. Q ,W .....,, 3 ,,,,,,,M3 i.,,,M,,,,,,,: gm, A JAMES liner Ax'1zN'r, PH13, ,P'Pf i l' ' 112: U H !!! ' ,nn "1 do l'1'llll'HII7L'l' an r1jmtl1m'f11'y - M n I ,-Jud 1lL'l'ClIl7UI1f.Y lu' d'zvc!ls." W Our Hundred Nizzcffwz ,4 Prcsiclcnt nf Pharmacy Class. ARTl-lL'lQ PAUL AZLIN, Pll.G. Xlvatvr Valley "l 'twill iwnr my hmrf nn my sfrcvc' , . ,, lwrr llzf' dtI'ZL'S tn fuk al. Yicc-President of Pharmacy Class. Bl-LN-IAMIN CLIFTON RL.-Xlili, Pu.G. lsfgyla Has! ftljfll Iuiflz vqzml f1ZtIIll?5. XVILLIAIXI PRFNTISS FURR, PHC. VVCSSOTI "1 am Ilflf :flurry but I dn bvgzlilf Thr llzzug, l am Ivy xrcmzng ntl1r'1'wzxv." IIIKIII llzai fHl'fIlIlC'l.Y lmjrfs and 1'r'u'ul'd.v JJ L ' ' HZ . ' ' A' , 'sg ' , . .V , . , Q, ga , , 5594 gr, f' ,G M ila., Q ,K r Ji X 41 .lg V565 11,7 K . 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'Ydtchez "-'v lzvads twill A-umwlvdffu ,vw iIIfHI'HI4'd " D XY HUKL PHG Tupelu "Ihr man 111 llfr Ix'f1L'l'C"Z'z'I' flczfd Hailz lzlzppzazcss III ,vlm'c." C, IQ. I'liLH'l"l'. 1'll.li, Flmu-1's "Hui mulls zulml ruill. l'zn' .vrwrzz if sliln. l'll Ilt"l'I' lu' n1rl1lm'f1fvlAv." "l'l'tv lzvurls like this, tuitlz 2'irl1u' z.'urm'd. , 1? . at , , 4 .,.N- 1' llundrfd Trwazfwx lw ..,.XxNx,,.,x,... ""k X "" " X' ..,.... ,.,.,,.A. , . ....,.x, "K' 'KK'Q ""A' 2 Q s .,.,.....,.,... QQ..,Q,.,,,...,Q..X.x... , .... x' ' Q l I Ona Hmzdrvd Tiavzzly-oizv H U J. PIGOTT, PHI Flowers "Thu man nf ialdvfulzdczzl min Hu lfmkx and 141110115 uf 41 L. F. RONVAN PHI Baldwvn PIU' um I, frnm mfr I'uz frm I ll'lz,v nrvzft llzvy all mum xp J. T114 l5ul'l "llvru',s' mclul IIIUVU fltfnlftiwv. RALPH li. XX'HlLliLliR, PH.G Amarillo, Texas "H'lz41f wind Iwlviu ,vnu 11lflln'l':lu LA. li. XVHITTIXGTOX. PHL1. Cluster ".S'ff111u ulllrd it l11'illi411lu'. .Jud nflzrrs lufvfcd Ilzvzr !zcad.v." I I?- A Q. gf' Q 'I' 4. ,. 449 'fa ki . In 'I I Q"Q-'- ' S NX 1 I I II IIIII I I Ia I I I I Jumor Pharmacy Class Roll Hailey. Ilartwcll Carr.. . ..I1I'I-I-CCXIIIK ITIIIMI. I I2lI'I.'IlCC Ifzra. . . . .I'-+pIa1'x fNI:11'k. l'Iiff1vr1I Il.. .. ..I.OIIISXlIIL fqwx, IIc1'ma11 If, ........ . .. .Slarlxx Ilavix, .IcI'fc1'wn XIiIt1m. .. ........ I 'Io Ilmmn Ilzxvix. IQIIL-wa IQ. ........ ...Iizuvlx Sprix Ilavis, Samucl Iax... ...., ILCSIJIII N Ilurfcy, .I. R. ......... ...... I AIIIIIIPII Ilray, .IIIIIII Rufus ...... ....,. I QHNSI Iiriftiu, XYIIIII- I7rzmIiIin. .. . .I IIIIL- Iirzu Ilzmlin. bI+IIm .lax ...... ..IZ1'-Hflwx .III I.ig1m. Ii:1y'111fn1fI IIfvy'l.,I1.. . . .I IIwI1 Ill I-im'I1. NIIIQQ I.. ........ .A.. I XLII KI:1rtI11, IQIIIIIQ ........ .... I QQIII-1 I1 KIIXOII. Ifflgar .XIIQ-11 ..... , ..III-iflvllu X IICIIICCIINI, vlzum-Q ,X111Iy.. ....... I ':u'1mIIIm1 I'Iu-Ips, I'I1a1'IIc IfIwI. .. . ...I'i1lI'IL'. .Xrkzms I'I2llJL'I', Samucl I'1mI ........ . ..... Ilwux IQIIIIHINIIVIIIC. 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Inconsistency ticrald jones, Arthur tiillette, and l were sitting on the veranda of Colonel Sennnes' mansion among the foothills of the Sierras. near Hollywood. XYe had motored out from Los Angeles in response to Mrs. Sennnes' invitation to dine informally and to meet two charming nieces from Maryland who were visiting them. Xte had found the young ladies brilliant. vivacious, and extremely attract- ive. the dinner had been an excellent one: the colonel's imported chef-had sur- passed any of his former efforts and the Italian butler had increased the enjoy- ment by his silent and efficient service. The wines that "held imprisoned in a heart of ruby" the sunlight of French vineyards had warmed the cockles of our hearts and now in the atmosphere of a sununer's night, we sat and looked over the lights of the city below and above to the glistening stars in heavens tirmament. A gentle breeze from the nearby sea fanned our cheeks and the chirping of the crickets and other songs of the night heightened the feeling of relaxation which was rapidly stealing over us. XYe had scarcely lighted ottl' cigars when an orchestra, picturesquely attired in red coats and black trousers, seated themselves in the library from which glass doors opened upon the veranda and after a brief tuning of instruments began to play "The Sextetteu from "l.ueia." The music was wonderful and its effect upon the group on the veranda can scarcely be imagined. The colonel. tiillette and myself. being lovers of music were evidently impressed. but of the four, jones was easily the most affected. l might explain here that jones was an lfuglislnnan of excellent family and a talented young journalist. lle had brought letters of introduction to Colonel Sennnes from mutual friends abroad. 4 lur host explained that he had recently heard the musicians. who were .Xus- trians. at a symphony concert and becoming fascinated by their playing had re- solved to hear them at a private recital. .Xt this time the ladies rejoined us. the most beautiful of the nieces who was a perfect blonde. taking the seat which jones otlered her, whereupon he had taken another which was so near to her that l remember having envied him his position. The orchestra gently discoursed some foreign airs, which were unknown to nie. but jones explained that they were Spanish ba lads. They were very plaintive and in some subtle manner suggested unrequited love. The next selection were Neapolitan love songs. The players seemed to have caught the spirit of the warm Italian skies and the warmer love of the boatmen of Naples and Yenice and lo have poured it all out in their music. l,ove scented to pervade the atmosphere arotmd us and it soon became the topic tif conversation during the intervals between the numbers and indeed lasted long after the red-coated minstrels had departed. .Xll save jones entered heartily into the discussion. even the host and hostess becoming young again and agreeing that love was the greatest thing in the world. jones, as I have said, took no part in the conversation and. as far as perfect breeding permitted. showed his displeas- ure at the course it had taken. lYe were all in a very sentimental mood and l blush for some of the loving thoughts that l expressed and no doubt the young ladies are as ashamed as l. l have said all, l mean all except jones: he main- tained a calm and collected air. tiuallv unhending lu state that he could never compel himself to love any woman. this lllllllll cti 'lin t'11!j,'-71 'io' Lbh' . K' S! 'I 'QL I tlixtiuctly rcmemher the clamper which hix wurcls placeil flu the eutliusiasiu pf the party autl a few minutes after. the hwur hemg allraucetl. we three fleparteil tlillette anfl I clriving mtu the city aufl .limes taking the lwulevarll tu the lufrich x 1 . ,limes was CllNtlllll2ll'Ilf' a very' cuuscrx'atix'c clriver. hut this night he ilivippewrcfl at a furious pace. .g 4 4 1 .Xa I twink mv seat at lmrealifaxt the fulluwiiig iiiiwiiiiig. 'lligin my .lapgutese liutler. as was usual. passecl me the uiwriiiiig' "'l'riliune." 'lihe tirft heaclliue that met my gaze was the fwllivwiiigi Young journalist a Suicide laireipiitell Lure tiiveu a- tfause in Xute. lhe article went mi tw state that lieralrl luuex hail cifmmitteil Nuiciile autl after flwelliug at length mi his wcial auil mimi-mi stamliug, prwceelleil tu the lletails uf the attair. IIIIISIIIIIQ with a uute which the fleceaxerl hall written. Ile said that he hail Irwell a lmeautiful lfuglixh girl Niuce cliilulliuml hut that Qhe hull . 4 never returuecl hix affectiuu anrl that upuu her marriage tw auuther he hail crime to .Xmcrica In try aml forget. Ile hail been unsuccessful in sululumg hix love, he sairl. aufl hail tleciileil upini ileath as the truly meam uf silencing the ruice uf hii passion. In conclusion, the article referreil tw a miniature of june! sweetheart which hail hecii fuuml wrappecl in the mire. lhe purtrait. the writer Nllltl. wax verv was '1 hlcmile J le Qt -if A, -. Iv " TL f. I ,, ' My ff I Ja .+, . ,I-. ... I "Jw f' ,t .Ut u, f,' ff' Z . I, f , . li' , X i 44 artisticallx' executefl aml Nhfvwecl the Nmiling features uf a beautiful wuman who . 1. bl. lf. F. if Q I .sax ,A o - .5 X' 5 7 ,La I L .zvf l, ,I .'l ix A- .- i A4 . 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Does he tshel dwell where the dawn meets the mist in the east, 1 lr under the western star? Know you when you expect to nnd your Ideal? ln the far-away future. or now. Xyhile the warm blood of youth fills and thrills the quick veins, .Xnd l.ife is a sacred vow? Iinow you how you expect to find your Ideal? Shall you meet in a throng, or apart? Shall it he among men, or alone-your first tryst, XYhere heart answers hack to heart? Iinowest thou an Ideal is hut a mirage? That there's no XYhere. nor XYhen, nor How 1 That it's all hut a Phantom that fades to the touch Uf a Fate that is greater than thou? K. R. r,,,- A if 4 L 4 L Om' lllmdrvd TIIIIITDV-f'Il'l7 r 1 ' I S's 1f if ,Q N xt Ml I ma J, JM 4 'V -U I -alll " 1 , K '1 X X qxl W ' 'I' xl V X xi-,K ,- if V 0 J 4 X ' Q 6 AZ n . D 11:11 f, ,' xnxx' r W ' , ' I ' O ' O n X A ' If U I ON ' . xx l I I Q 5 . , 9 0 Q ' X X I ' . 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UMW 3 M HThe Sacrifice" 'li XYXS on the night of llecemher the twenty-thircl. one of tlte coldest antl tlreariest of the winter of lxol. shortly after the first attempt to take Xiiclcshurg, that they hrought him in-a poor. frail creature, his uniform of grey covererl hy a long woman's cape. lle was a young hoy, pale. hearclless face, wistful, hlue eyes, soft as a girl's. llnt tlespite his appearance he hore himself well, antl no question coultl make him answer to their satisfaction why he hail attemptecl to pass the lfnion guartls anrl so leave Yickshurg. "Search the prisoner," eommanflerl llalton, as they brought the little lmoy into the lightetl tent. Two guards at once set to work. They searched him thoroughly from heatl to foot anrl at last fountl a small folflerl sheet of paper sewerl in the collar of his shirt. The guarcl hantletl the paper to his superior who spreacl it out lmefore him on the camp tahle. llaiton stutliecl the note for a few moments. a frown gathering on his face as he founcl that he eoulcl not clecipher it, for it was written in cocle. "XYell, my young man. you will have to reacl this for us. aml if you refuse to flo so we will have you thrown into a cell," The prisoner only grinnecl anrl hung his heatl. Ile clitl not utter a wortl in answer to llalton. Seeing that he coulcl not get much out of him with these tactics, llalton cle- citleil to try another plan. "XX'here were you going. 'lohnnie "To see my home and mother. She lives a short way from here in the coun- try, Hn Cltristmas flay nineteen years ago il was horn aml since then l have always spent Christmas with her. So l wishetl to he with her this time." "XYhy were you going at this time of night, antl carrying a secret corle sewetl in the collar of your shirt "l got that shirt from a frientl yesterflay who was in the skirmish anml cliecl after reaching oltl' fortifications. I clifl not know that the paper was there." .Xlthough the ltoy toltl this without hesitaney and coolly, yet the ofticer could see that the prisoner was telling a reatly lie. - llalton stutlierl the hoy's face. hut never once tlitl the hoy's soft lmlue eyes waver. returning' every glance of the ofticet"s. .X friemlly smile spreatl over llalton's face as he turnecl again to the hoy, "l,ool4 here, hoy, you have lietl to meg you cannot himle it. hut l will let that go if volt will reatl this for me. lf yoll will translate this cocle I will free you :mtl give you a pass through our lines to your home: if not-you will he shot to- morrow as a spy." The hoy thought for a moment antl then tlrawing nearer reachetl for the paper. "Well," llcfore he might have time to retract his promise the officer thrust the note into his hamls. .X tense, quiet tuoment passetl as the hoy examinecl the paper, tlten. Une lliradrrd lforft'-.vt'.r '-5---X':'7T"'5 -'-"- 2:22::2i37f 'fiiiiiiiif 'i13l3QEiE i"l3-ilplizzlllliiiiff ITN' Yi' N..,x , 9 '3 RQ -"i. Eli .13 fl lj with a smile of victory on his face, he tore the folded note into hundreds of pieces. The guards caught him at once, and one struck him with the stock of his rilie, knocking him insensible, but they were too late. the note was destroyed. XYhen the lad regained consciousness he found himself on a straw mat in a room, his cell. It was morning. He lay there unnioving, watching the small ray of sunlight of the day before Christmas creep along the cell wall and disappear. At about noon the door opened: Halton and a guard entered. The hardened officer could not help but feel a tinge of compassion for the little fellow. Maybe he was thinking of his home in t lhio. and the wife and boy who were there wait- ing for him. "You are sentenced to be shot tomorrow at dawn." he managed to say gruftly. He had to turn to hide a mist that somehow came into his eyes. "Sir, may I see my mother? She lives only a short distance from here. Please let me see her on this last afternoon." It was against the rules. but Halton wanted to do something for the little fellow so he sent for the mother, -Xnd so she came, his mother. a woman of good proportions, about the same size of the boy with features very much like his. She was dressed in a heavy. plain dress of brown. a dark shawl thrown over her head. She bore all very well, and though at first she cried a little, she never once tried to plead with Halton for the liberty of her son from a law that she knew ix as unbreakable. Halton had a kind heart. He left the two together for nearly an hour and did not keep a guard in the room with them. They parted quietly at dusk, and Halton watched her as she walked away into the deepening shadow of the evening. He returned to the prisoner's cell. "Your supper will be brought to you soon. flood-by, boy." Halton did not know why he said that-he was thinking of his mother and dreaming of his home in the north. He almost forgot that he was one of the members of a cruel war. The boy merely shook his head and drew the cape closet' about his shoulders. Day broke in the east, the dull. heavy clouds of the early morn soon turning to a lighter grey and blue. lt was Christmas day. The wind sighed among the bare, snow-coated limhs of the trees. lfrcin somewhere there came the sound of musketry. Halton was in his tent reading when the guard summoned him, They hurried to the scene of the tragedy. There were several soldiers. their heads bared as they stood about the slender form on the ground. Une had thrown aside his rilie and was kneeling by the body. tears ruiming down his face. The heavy cape. that had once concealed so well. had slipped apart. the limp form of a woman was revealed. Halton felt his throat till. and tears came to his eyes. She was the mother of the prisoner. .Xnd this brave, little woman had died for her son. Nineteen years before on Lihristmas Day she had given him life, and now she had given it again. R. lol. 5. One lKllllldl't'd lforly-.vt't'i'ii A '1 f.. . .9 5 fb? KP, , . 1' Q f J N W1 . ' x, Xvg ! 5 4 A if YZ I fj Could Horace speakfmongst lhose he leljf, 'NouldWBondle'hbe 1 such praise all bards repay: Yel lhere's no bard could win with classic lyre Him rrom his second self- 'che hard hui Qreai BA. --i ora. Ethereal realms lo eyes of morial man Eclipses hold , nor deign to liii ihepall, Hui Kennon's ar'L,by years of' practise bred Cam pierce Une sharsmor lose ilxem inlheirfall. 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Clrliuhgl Klux xlclv l1l'sl:x'. .. . . .-I.QUl.llA'f - lrlcm1.m.v Uwllqgf' f.l,IlfI"lPRIl IXXYIS. , ....I-gu1'11.v1' .llilmzfxv Lhllvtqv I-lermaean An I1lVCI'S21I'y Speakers 'lf ll, 'l'l'1:l: ..... .. .. . . ..I1111i z'.'1'.v.:rma1 XY. l,, I,I1LI'HRll... .... 1:1-l',Vf Umllu' XY, ll, IZ1Al,1.... ....N'4'1'Ul1ll' Unzlffr Um' lllrmlrud l'lfAfX'-ffx'H .K,... ,N.K ..,. - .,..,...,,, . ,. ,.,,,.. ,, , ..Q..,.,,,. . ,.,..,..,.,...,X...A,...,,.. X.. Q Ng E .. ,. .,. , ,. x. ,, ..,,, Hermaean Literary Society Membership Roll Banks. XY. C. Uankston. H. I. Ilell. XY. D. iiI'ZlI1CiUl1. G. II ilriclgfortli. K. llusby. R. lf. Carney, A. ll. Coeliran, E. T.. Coekrell, S. F. Davis, Clifford Duty, lit. XV. Doxey, YH. Du Iierry, QI. R Duncan, J. Duncan, l'. E. imffi. '11 ia, Fried, D. H. Furr. F. A. Hawks, S. H. Herring. I. K. Hester, C. I.. Holt, li. F. Houston, Ilrzihan Hull, XYilson. jacob, R. C. ilolinsmi, D. R. Jones, T. F. Kendall. 9. XY. O 4 llzzndl d I li-tlzrvc' Kirk. R. D. Kyle, S. H. Lzunpton. li. li Laws, .X. i.exviS. F. S. Long, H. .X l.ong', H, M. Mctfzun. llugli Melflure. DI. Ir. Mitchell, T. Il. Mitts. Keyes Moseley, Niles Murphy, C. M. Patterson. C. I' I'errV. XV. H. Figforcl, XX . T.. Polk, S. XV. Potts. XV. F. Sauls. F, Il. Sehrier, P. Sliaekleforrl, R. Siiurall, J. Skaggs, DI. 1 1. Tzirver, F. U. 1 f - , 1 ubb, I. Ii. XYalker, F. T. Yzlwn, H. C. Young, F. XV. ..,. 5-as li A.... M .- if Lu-' I' Nlnl x1x ,XIIXNI 5NlIIll... ...l1n'- Phi Sigma Gfficers l:I'l'.Vl 'l'vr111 l'.t '.4ix1:11x1-Qu.. .S-Ufrllltf 'l'1'1'111 f3!Ill-XR lf, SXIITII .. ......... N,1'.limxx1u1 .... ...l'I'1'U ',. I". l'l1x'lf1-R... 'flzfrd 7'K'l'lII 'l'l1.,s, LI, U'Q1'IwN ............ ..... S, I I, Vxlfl- l-.Y ..... ...f'1'r'4' fl. lx, i'l'l.XlliR.. Our' Illrnrirrd l'1'v.v11lv11t l'1'v.vm'r11z' .5 Ua'l'Uf1ll'.V l'1'u,wfv11f l'1'vxz'fiu11f .5 Uz'1'Ufm!1'x' l'1'r'.mlU11f l'rU.wRl'f'11t ..S4'4'l'Uf4lI'Y Fiflv-fuur V ' 5 b . 'a 'L 3 r -'T .A 54 s' E S 42 1. 4' fflIllU'l'Ud lfifly-fi Z 1 i g Nl. s --M2 .... .............x Q. Eff : ,ef in ' "'x H '-" ,,,V, .. ' ' E -We . E Q ' ' J if """' ' ""'t5 2 EZZ' ' 'Mkgtiifi ...E Q Intercollegiate Debaters McXVl10rter, S. N. Rainwater. P. I., Riclmrdson, T. J. XfVi1li2ll1lSOl1, N. S. Om' lIIllldl'l'd lfiffy-si.1' S S S Xi XM. l at 2 E Phi Sigma Literary Society :XtkinSon, F. L. Auitin llarnette. T. -I Hell, l. F. llerry, 9. ll. lintler, R. G. Caiey, 9. H. Lampliell, R. Davis, bl. F. Ellzey. R. T. Fontaine. vl. E. Fulnier, H. li. liiarflner. l'. L Guthrie. U. F. Hale, J. M. llowarml, R, C. Hoyle Hntto lobe, E. R. One Huizdr d fiffx-sfvvzi Members Lockaril, tl. N. Lorcl, R. G. Maples, L. VV McCain, bl. P. lXlcGaliey, T. P lXlcVVliorter, S Nason, R. H. U'Quinn. T. bl. Patrick, F. XV Pliyffer, L. Rainwater, P. l Ricliarclson. T. Sheecly Smith, .-X. Smith, U. F. Vllarren, D. F. Vllilliamson, N 'VVilson. M. E. 'T if Q TTTXX "f"i""7? - ,K A M-5"""Ti " U W , Zh" 5. ,.,... X -XI. W L,',. H NX KKQW H455 :'f:s::::.e., i s .E :as 3 - ,Q sf ?,:f:,:,::..."":::::t..3, E 3 V 3 ,.,, ,.,, ' X 1 sf QXXW is. s P- :fs 5 .. 5 ' ""' . t L7 " .,.. fi X . i ,. .. ,?:':f:m:: milf .... ,li . ., if..-3T S History of Phi Sigma Literary Society Debating' societies have always been considered a necessary adjunct to any institution of learning, The improvement and development in declamation, debats ing. extemporaneous speaking. parliamentary drill. and public speaking to be gotten by members of good debating clubs is unexcelled. If the members have an abiding' interest in the work and a determination to succeed for the society as well as for self, there can be no better experience gleaned from college life than inay be secured within the forensic arena. Former students at "C lle Miss" realiaed this fact more keenly than is the present day practice. and two years after the founding of the l'niversity, an organization was established for the promotion of literary endeavor. The name of this society was Phi Sigma, or Philo Steph- anie. meaning' Lovers of XYisdom, and Causa laetet sed vis est notissima tthe cause lies concealed, but the force appearsl. was chosen for the motto. Much interest was displayed in society work in these days, practically every student belonging to some society. The discipline was rigid, and places of preferment and honor in the society were avidly sought after by the contestants. A Phi Sigma magazine was published containing' the literary efforts and combining the interests of all the members. and many a "gem of purest ray serene" found publication in its columns. An excellent library owned by the society furnished a source of ma- terial for varied literary efforts. lint these halcyon days were not to last, the tfivil Mar retarded their development and after a period of about twenty years membership and interest waned until the library was sold and the hall reduced in QHZC. llowever. a move at retrenchment has characterized the work of the society in the last few years. and intercollegiate as well as intersociety debates have done much to reawaken the old-time interest. During' the present year the membership has not been so large as in the past, but uniformly good work has been done. lit-haters and orators of the first water have found their inspiration in l'hi Sigmas historic halls. In the contest for the selection of the L'niversity representatives at the M. l. H. .X. meet and at the Chautautlua at Crystal Springs, l'hi Sigma cap- tured both honors. il, l'. Mct'ain winning' the tirst and T. -I. tYQuin the second position. lfour of the tive contestants for these positions were members of l'hi Sigma. The debating' council has done excellent work this year and arranged de- bates with Mississippi .Xgricultural and Mechanical tfollege. Mississippi College, Millsaps t'olleg'e. and the l'niversity of .Xrkansas. The outcome of these debates is anticipated with the utmost confidence for with such men as Rainwater, Rich- ardson. XYilliamsou, and McXX'horter to lead the attack, victory is assured. The interests and et'forts of the members are gradually becoming' more unitied and with brighter hopes for a more abundant future than ever before, the end of this year's work closes a period of effort and achievement which l'hi Sigma! members will not willingly forget. ' li R l 'IS Om' llnudred liiffv-ciglil V1 The Telescope 4 lla' lllllllflft . 4. f , +1 V, .0 ' fl .fszzlif 1? , ff ., .A.... .........,g .. .ss . 1 'LA s . :ers . ' ?.......... ,...... ,............. ..... ....., Result of the Election l'rettiest Co-ed: Tie hetween Misses Marvel Rainey and Gertrude Lassiter for tirst place: Miss Douglas t Jlsen, second. Xltisl Ptipulgii' Co-ed: Miss Margie l1'arks: Miss Douglas Ulsen. secondg Miss Aline Ray. third llest All Round Man: joe Evans: llranham and llridges, second. llandsomest Man: -let? llammg XY. l.. Mclfnllough, second. Most l'opnlar Student U. XY, llolmes: lid llramlett. second. liest Student: Marshall .Xmis: Miss Douglas Ulsen, second: Miss Mamie Morgan. third. Most Popular Professor: Dr. lledleston: Dr. Milden, second. Most Likely to he a Millionaire: "Dig Seotehien McCall: Newsom. second. Xl11Sl Likely to he a llachelorz lilr. XYinston1 "Dots" lllaekstone, second: "Lf 5. tirant, third liiggcst l'olitieian: ll. XY. llolmes: lid. llramlett, second: Pigforcl. third. Iliggest Ladies' Man: "Bots" lllaekstonez lloli Crook, second: D. XY. llolmes, third. lliggest lirafter: Newsom 3 "Rig Scolchief' second: Allie XYing. third. Freshiest lireshmanz Curd: XX'ooten, second: Fried, third. llreeniest lfreshmanz llawks: lfnrtl, second: Miss Phillips and Fried tied for third place. Iiiffgfest l.iar: .lim McClure: D. XY. llolmes, second: Kendall. third. SS Vgliest Man: llowztrdg tirant. second: llrutilis Good, third, Most Consistent ,litney Rider: "l looks" llardin received great majority. The llnde of 'l7: "Duke of Unions" RateliH'e: Cupid lXlcL'nllougli, second. Type of tiirl Preferred: .-X pretty blonde tnot hottlel received vote: "Old Man" Simnions voted for "Chorus," while l'. D. Holloway expressed himself like Kipling. I O uf' Hundred Sirfy .K,Ha.mm .4 i Miss, Parks 7 x . . , ' HWAmis W, 5 - Miss One Hzmdrvd .Si.I'fJ"!7lIC' ' Jodpfvans RESKLT UF THE ELECTION DW Holmes Hiss Lassilmr ' wx I I si -I . .W E Nb , X A ww I 5 Q X X S 1 fx 1.-I I i IX S 1 1 1 I X X: R X X Q ,,, ,,, . :is is Ni 1 3 F4 x.-.fTfTX?, .,.. 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Motto: ltk zllvxavs fair weather xxheii growl fellows get togetlier. Lolorf: Rell zmfl lilue. Oiheers U. F. l'.xRlis .,............ ........... ..... f ' 1'L',VI.dt'llf Miss El.IZ.XIZl-I'l'H leiixifoiw. .. ........... Spolisoz bl. P, EVANS .............. ..... I '1't'v-Prixvidwzt R. ll.XRRI5 .... ............ . .Scvrctary-Trmszu0 Members li, li. llezmlancl il. A. li. llirehett ll. E. Ilraclley ul. H. lfalilwell bl. l'. livans I. C. iiathings li. H amml R. S. Harris C. H. liirkpzltrielc il. ll. l,ampton G. Bl. Lawreiice blames McClure. lr. T. H. Mitchell C. Xl. Xlurphv Honorary M embers l, li. lframlette. lr. lx. ll. Lirouli R. Rl. llriclgeforth XY. G. llziirston ll. Nl. llryan Ted Ford: "Uh. pardon me." O11 c H ll ndrvd .S'i.1'ly-film' l.. T. Kineannon XY. I.. Kleeullough l 1. D. Newsom H. F. llztrks ul. ll. Price Li. l.. Rzlteliff ll. R. Sliarmaii R, XY. Smith ll. Ll. llCl,Qml R, H. Sliacklefoiw. .X. ii. XYi11g 4 ' Y XX 'L N 'YT ' ' X X N Y 1 X-A XX If xxx X IIIVISUQX' A' X . QW- ' S P A , , I, A. gm 2" M 1 25 1 f' I Q9 - f Q 5.1 ' X 51 52535511 gl I I K - fl . , x 1 1 I -,K f ' jx, ,I . - . l v 7 1 Y' ' 6 X' v N X f xr f 5, ' V ' w .gigwif f- ' ' ' ' 4 . 'Al xx K ' 1 -' 'f Q . E+. 1 A ' xx " 'I f "' I .' I. 5 . k .. f f , ' J ' - I A , X X A - .V I 1 ' ff J! A W X 2, lf! NRM xf .. - I . ' I, b .. , - I N . C Q " 1 . , . . .1 1 h- I VL- A. lqxl lvl M , E, W junior Prom Dance Cmmnirrcc if IQ XIVKQIIMQ. 1 IlLliI'!HlUl :V XX, lfwlwlvx M, li. l.:m11wlHz1 QM-'lg 5Y1:41'lwNV1111glI Yilvx .XI'V'k':K'X Xliw lflifxilu-Ill'.1':1l1:1111,Spmlx-w' 'H zlwwh' Vxmx-iIv1'. Xluifl Xliw Xirgiluigl l':vxxn1'x, Xln ' lmfxilr-11111-Ymxxgl, Nlxui-I Xliv Xfl:r4L1x'm'11, ,Xlzairl ' " v. if mx 'ulww' wll ilu-IH117' Il IH T N1 Nm' 7ffrr'1fra'1f Nlzlx slr .Miss , Kalkermz Spwas . MESS vnrgnnm Powers " Conimxffeo, Jack Slmrborou Geo. B.LamPl'on Mass Elizabeth Graham E'R'M'R'me?' DW. l-lolrn e s Miss Gerfzgat Lassuhr TLNIHR l'Rfm Dxxcli Crmx1l'1"l 12r2 Om' Hmzdrvd .qf.l'fj'-5625671 Niles Moseley Miss xda. Green A 1, 1 v,, o ,fff 'ggfmqd 1II 'O - ' I1 9 QE Q 50,535 J,,v df! Q XR? .QC 71 f I , , I I "N 7, 41 fffi' I Q ' I' 'N ,J as ' Y 1, 8 can F: - U I N I 1- ' I ' - ,f , 91 11, ' O. . 4' 4. l f I 1- ' is el. ' .L 1-11' J H ,, ,222 A ,fL'3f'23- Outlaw Dance Committee XX. I., .NIM IIIIIIIIgII, l I1:111'111z111 X 1 X111:1 S-1111111v1'x1iIIc, XI:1i1I .l:1i111-N KIKIIAIIIIVK' I Ix II1111111 NIIM .X1Ii11c I.:1111l1l1+11, XI:11I XI1 I1 lIlIx X, XI1111lg111111-1'.x,.I1'.,1XI:1i-I X, 11, XX'i11g Ix N II:1111s Xl1MI'fliv:1I1Q1l1 IIu111pI11'i1-N NI II I XI1 I l1r:1l11-II1 Im, XI!lI1I Xliw Ifu-I111 l'1-111-.8111-111-1 I I NIIIIIII' III I11- I-1I111 I1111x1111l I I111--xx U111' ll1111111'1'd ,N'1f1'l1 llllf W.L.MCCullouqh Muse Sommervangj Miss Monigomecy R 5. Hacrls ' J.K4Ha.mm M355 pope Miss Joy I-has L.a.mP1'on. Nha Wan Jan-nes Hfclure Jr. Mies Humphries Q lL"l'l..XXY D.XNL4l'1 Ll DBI Bl I'IN'l'Iili lundrvd S'1'.1'fy-111'11f Ccnfedzraie Solduers Nonumenl- -an 4. nah, . H f ffclrwcl .N-L'f'L'I e22Ti2221f1f1iE? ??Ef'1fE22'E f'E?11i3Xx 5 -'--"--' M g""E , ,. ..,,... c : -, as N. alia.: g:f:::::::::::::st,'fiffffe ,axe ""' :iss s was 5, are 5 ' ,,, s:::::::r:::::::::::x,t 5 : at X a t gl 9 . izzitirft Q-S. .iiiiiiiiiss3:g:::::g:g:::,g'i,s.?-s ,..-film :s ri mN?:,1:,g1 'A Y,,, X ,s,l 4.1 'A'?:::x::rW:x:::::s't .ci 2 ::i2:::::::::1::Qi: aiigztxtttttttzzzxiza abbgmztzzxztiziiiizs a5.. ...s X' 2 .3 S Ode to "Ole Miss" Backward to Years that have Hown, Breathing of victories won, Forward through ages to come, Into the mystic unknown: Calling to thousands who love thee, Far from the paths that been Troclclen by millions of footsteps- Those of the South's greatest men, -Throbs the voice of "4 Jle Miss." Thronging with memories vast, Lingering still in life's eve, llrightening shadows oft cast. Thoughts of our Varsity cleave: Grateful watch e'er its progress, Men who have sought other spheres- Heights to which learning has left them. Un through the clusk of the years. -lt was thy power. "lille Bliss." Youth, in the course of its tlight Founcl here the way to its goal: Halls such as thine, in their might, Lift hut to honor untolcl. Love thee. our Varsity splenflifl? Yoicing the louclening strain, "Flourish, untarnishefl. forever," Time cannot cause thee to wane! -Thy glory is ours, "Ole Miss." -GL.xm's llmixx. Fair Visitor. on seeing a little squirrel hanging on a large tree: "Look at that squirrel hugging that tree." Ont' Hzuzdrcd Scrvczzty-ozze .44 1 ,L Q ' 1- ' ' ,. Q, 5251:-1 ': -ff iifg-'f7'5'-gyftflj Q5'M,m, ' , ,ff , V YLAEIQ. 1 ' :ff - A ' A Q, f 4 .1 Q 1 gil' fl -if L,mz-5a,,,,f,i- Un. fluff X S . . S , .x,,,, 1Q 11.11l11, ..,..., T 5 .... ii . i ,,,, WK W ....,. ..... C .. ...x ....x. . ...im ,E 3 .,,,.. 4-A-'4 - A . is E3 lf:1::::::fifi1iiTffif1f :F Young Men's Christian Association T. ll. M1TcH1sI-l.. ll L. R.xINw.x'1'1iR L. T. Krxcxxxox D, R. JUHNSUX.. D. S. XYRn:11'r ...... D. A. McC.xI.l-. .. I. Xl. FL'NUERl3L'Rli R. H. CQROUK ..... .ARTIIUR S'rox'.xI-l.. . . . L1ar..xxn Hcxna. .. R, L. j.xco1s ...... E. L. :X'l'KINSOX. Cabinet Atkinson, F. L. llanks, NY. C. llankston. lol. il.. 'lr Hell, XV. D.. Dlr. Bonney. VV. A. llrznnlette. tl. F. Caffey. S. ll. Cockrell. S, F. Crook. R. H. Dnrfey. A. P. Ford. T. ll. Funclerburk. il. Rl. Fnrr F A tiarmlner. P. C. hooml, B. D. llamm, K. llester. C. L. Holt, lgl. F. Hume, L. jacob. R. C. jenkins. XYm. -lobe, E. R. johnson, D. R. Kincannon, L. T. Kirkpatrick. C. H. Linder, F. E. McCain. H, Xl. Council Icky VX ri lit: UI have n way of telling." Om' Hundl d Sc'z'r'11fy-fhrve . . . .Pz'csz'r1'v11t l 'lift'-Pl't'SI'll'Ul1i . . . .L 0l'I'c'XfHIIC1I7IlQ .m't'1'cfu1"r ......f71'11um'r . . . . .Rc!1"q1'u11s .lfcvtiaztqs . .Bible Sflltlil' lf!-551-011 Sfzzdbv .... ....l111siv . . . . . . ..S'm'iul . . . .C lzzrrvlz Co-ofwfvzfmlz McCain. sl. P. McCall, D. A. McClure, ll. slr. KIcRaney. F. ll. Mayers. A. G. Klitcliell, T. ll. Nason, R. H. Parkes, O. F. l':1tterson, H. l. Price, li. A. Price, tl. H. Rainwater. l'. L. Ritchev, A. ll. Rush. H. L. Shacklcforcl. R. ll Shackelforcl, XY. L. Sharman. nl. R. Smith. U, F. Stovall, Arthur Swann, XY. O. Sweat. N. S. Tubb. T. B. Xkliittington. C. E. Ulriglit, D. S. XYright. H. E. Young. F. XV. . . . . . .1..X'l'l'IlllI . . . .E.rf.'11.r1011 W! 3 4'l'4' ,fill cfffnf .N:'IL'llfX"f1'1I" QEQQwQw MQHQQQQQ C lu b S 21 n d Qrganizations R.5,Ha.rnS PL. Ramwahr I1B.Hou J E.Fon sion Palme! DJ-Lbushop At Hua C Sfovau A.L.BonAuraiwl' Fw? H-M.B: Ah PLC? TH Muichell Hamm ' A.H.Branha'rI'! W.L.Kznnon JR Prof. 1 Our lllllllifdi .N1":'rf1I,x"s Xxxxx N .m., Xxxx ' ' ' -.h. SIQIDZI L PSIIOII I7mm1IwI 111 II1IIVL'l'HIlf' wwf thx SHUIII. IWIHI. l'fvIw1's: 4 PIIYQ 4l1'cc11 :1n1I I lIfI MMIII. l"Iwxx'cr: hlwmlxlil. , -'- .,:..Li.v. ...... il.-Az.. A... A...A-AAA..,.-.-'.--,::.A- - 'nl I 5 , . ' ,AQ I . QQ, A.,--:AQ ..4. .-. A I. . I . 1. A . t I. .L .-Af h A.. 1 . A .A-Al....-..A..n..,n:.Af. 1 ,A. A :i....-..,:.,,,?4':f.. K. , X .L ' OH1cc'rs R S. Ilxlcl ms .,... ............ ........... I ' 1'w.mf.'11t .Xrelllvlc Swv XI.I... ... . ....N1'u1u'lI11'y-'l'1 mwznx , Membcrs l'1'fvI. ID. II. Iiixlwp I. Ii. Ilzuum I'1'1rf. X. I.. IIOl11Il1I'2lI1l IQ. S, IIz11'1'iX I'1'1vf. If. XY. Irwill IQ, II. II+vusI1+11 'lf II. Xlitclu-II I', I., lizximmtcr I'1'wf. XY. I.. Iiv.-11111111 X. II. I11'zmI1:1m II. XI. Ilryzm IQ. ll, SIIlIL'IiIL'I.HI'L.I I. If. Ifemlzlinc .Xrtlmr Stfwzlll N'HlfIm KIv4'11II: "XXX-II, Q-1115 sling." Um' lllnzclnd .N'w:'r1rlQx'-suvefz W ' 1 LS ' r 'r r H 'r P n . -4 ff- JoimNXL Duberpr GORDON HAH. - 7' ' 1. l3.D.Newsom 9 0 ' A,G,Wgn CONTROL Swv, F wb' vw Swok I.,.T. Kincamnon Um' ffIH't!l'1'lf ,Nur fx 1 I1 law Y x N X X X Q K N wx . Q XX X X x Qrkw. xg ex N Y I N 0 Uflwccrs ol Jordon Hall Boardmg Club , Board ul Contra . 4' ,MQ 'fy I . 1 ' qw . .Ml lx. l lmrl ff' , '77, lflIrIl1'11ll!'f f 3 f. 'f . -n is x if x , '92 5 X vlllllxi R.lM'::ul1u:x ' uxxxxmv l,.'l'.Ii1xlxxx.lx UH," 'ay V -V Q l1.lJ, Nl wswl ll. S. NX lilr.lI" g, , S1'L'l'c'.l4!I'f,' will .llfllllkl All ' ?':'Lk"1 ? Q Ax c , OG "1 7 '-,g- X. li, Wm: ' , 90 I Tx f- f , Y Q-. 3,..i4Y--- -,-1 -f'- X39 ,Nuuf'f'.'l.'1'y-,f1'u1r,x1ff'p'- N XII:-,1ff:lwl.11f1f'x ,ll,'lfl"'1l au . l111l"n- lil1nl+r'fu-'lm "N 1fL1'll tmfl .l l'l,'llllllllll lllu lltntwll Mrk llml 'H ilu Lfl L ll! Ilan Xl , N P- , , . , . . vlmm N l'2ll'll1L'l'N lumlx. Um llzffrrlwzl' N.'rw'rz!y-u1'm- .-- W ,v-1,.vp- 1Z 2 -.lf l...g TENNESSEE CLU E5 Clifford Davls J-on Julius J. DQUSIAS Jr. Rkharcl C.B uSbf 1 r E.H:-xmmoncl Carnes 3 E william N.JoneS fwlln' lllllldffd I lllx X L.,...x...L. " -"Q' 'Q -"' x H W w-.-- x--,-.---X.- - .. ..... X.. ,x..,..x . xx ,,,,L,xx,x,k,k. ,.k,x,x x M, U., L. Lkx, N k,tNNkL,,k,. 5 SM lQRIiI1KiAl.L'Il Greek Xustm, NI. IT. ' llcll, XY. D. Hush. Kliws Xlubcl Hush, Misx Yerfln Illzlckitfmc. F. H. liutlcr. R. lf. Quin. Xliw .Xmma DQ-un. Kliv Ruth Imty. le. xx. Uum':m, il, S. Ifnglzmrl. li. Club 14,-16, s. H. f.zux's, bl. X. Lzlmptwn. 11. B. Lcxxim If. S. Lung. H. KI. Hckzun, H. H. Xlwrgzlll. Kliw Xlumie I'z11'Is, Xliw Xlznrgic fllscn. Nli-s l7w11gl:1N F:u11lc1's1n1. Nliw Stuart Tmx'nw111l. Nliwx Xvifgilliii lfurr. IT. .X. Yw1111g. Xlixs Rwhbie vI2lCll1l, R. Ki. DI. li. Ffmtuinc: "I"h-sue paw thu rmwlzmssci' Om' Illfudrrd Ifiyffzfy-11116 . ......, - W2 .. .. . ,..,,. if . 5 yd L, - Z C VI 4 .-. 4 mflrfrl lznllzlx I. 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LE . . . . . .P1'0sz'4iu11t . ..... l'iuv-Pwsuicaizi 5lCC1'c'fJ7'-X'-Tl'ClISlll'6l' S fwxwvmwxx x . X NSQSNE l NSQWTSE .... , N N Y Ewa WS -' XSS 's ,Av Frw 'IW' xv .W--..',, klllCRllS'lxIQN tl.l'!L hcmistry Club '. XY. ,Xmix H. il. Xlilycxx bl. lzlllllixlilll XIV- lflizzllmclh XlcD.n1.1l1l . l,. lhfxxm-1Y H. Li. NIL'liillNtl'f' iw lfllu-I Ifmlcr 'lf K. Xlcllzml . IF, Urnnl H4 X. l'l'iCn' . H. 4L1':mI Xliw Stuart S:x111lclwm1 . IZA llwuxl-'11 'lf ll. Sxxzm II, Kylc XY. U, Suzan fx Ilmfmwl lgmtlimcr ,Xliw Xil'1QiIU1l 'llfxxm I--V Nb-xlll "HHN X Honorary Nlcnmlwrs Illl"L'1' l'1'ul. lxlp N l'1'1rI mul l 711 Su :ul vt mlm I Illlnlwlul illvx vu! mx l1.m' Q-1111 UH' ll1zml'u'41 lfflllx-1,-In , 1 f Nxs- f sg gg? , L K 1 k,.L T SX X1 :Xg :Xe 1 EXE X xi 2 g ' 5 2 5 ' 31 - flappa-lCPg5 Quart fll21lDtCl' :lt L'1iivcrsit5. Minissippi. l Tzliiima licgs fouiiclcrl in the Sky. Feb. 30111, 1564. Officers llRl'L'I-I D. Xiaxxfsmi .. ........... .... j1iF1f li. llxxixi ..... lilr l11c.xN1,.xx11. .. 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PIGFURIJ Freshman Academic C, M. RIURPHY Senior Law C. H. llR.xNnoN .lunior Law P. T. Nliiiu' Senior Medical L. T. liixcixxxoxi -lunior Medical il. K. Aviaxr Senior Pliarmacy C. M. Ci.i4:viar-,xNn Senior Engineering Russell Dnrfey: "According to the 'Autocrat of the Brealxfiit Talmle etc v Hzmdrrd Iiiglif-x'-sfwiz N15 lim' U rx: 1un'rrfl lfzlflzfqv-cifllzl ' v i i' f"""""T f""""'l""'l'1f1if1f1T'Q Fill, ,lIl,'ZI"T 5'iL'1ffIf'I2 Y"""lfIfIflIIIZ"""f """"""""""""' ""' """"""' 'W bp F xwsi s m ....- -----A-A-N' Y Q X --: I T ---- If 5 i"'ii1':3:T ' ...., M... ..... ...M .... s- 3 9? t....,.,., xg :......,: s .,,.. :.4..q:..s s,.....,..,.... .-f :. .- ss- N s Q ,sm ..,.............,a ...., 5 V-1 f- Q, .4 45- 'A""A" """ ' "N' 1 ' aa....3t 5 The Bone Dry Club Motto: "Save the Bottles." Flower: "l7ourRoses." Sponsor: "lQastns." l'nrpose: To help the University realize that it is a great honor to he a lfreshman. ' . Officers iairanil Caliphate-l'resident ................. tlranil Snzerain-Vice-l'resiflent. . . tirancl XYlZZ1l'fliSCCTt'tZll'f' ..... . Chancellor of the Exchequer. . . Master of Ceremonies ...... Imperial Doorkceper .......... . Aiirancl Yizer-Sergeant-at-Arms. . tiranfl Heelzelxnli-lDoctor ..... "Sliorty" Smith "Newsy" Newsom "Spot" Cochran "Cutie" Carney " Bones" Doxey lfessorn Hull "jaho" Carnes M em hers Crook" liirlc "Count" Cnrcl Happy" Davis llillyw lloycl Goat" Rowan Zip" Neilson Piggy" Pigford ....L'. L. SMITH 'll.I.1.XRl NEXYSUM ,ll L, CoCl1R.xN ...X. B. L'.xRNIiY .....H. Doxm' .. .XXI XY. HULL ...R. L. Lfxkxias ...li ll. lxnuq Skinner" XYelch Nnttsu Smith Katy" Case Coop"-lones XYoocly" XX'ooten Doc" Little "Baby" Huntin: "There were some doubts in my mind hut I don't think so now." Om' Hzuzdrvd Eighty-:zine -4 is NX '? J fnshhg 5 g my ff 9 Qi 3 X X I 5 --.... ff? III "- 5.23155 , I -'11 ' L , j 5gIj I X I -I' . J. A If !:??1yI, ,' I Q, TJ . if I . 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And whose lhe hand that steers'Dle Mlss's"Cours TIS mol a Prof, bui OT19 lhal 'S rrlighlier' still- Proudly We bow 'io PQWERS' manly force 1 f " l 'I 'XX LRX Um' llzrlrdffd ,XVIIIUIVX 1 e? A Smile Can hide from slufiehls' amuous eyes The will of Hume, buf slrlll lib there lo slay- And brains can quake al, Calculus and such: Noi so wlthhirr e lib awill and lheha way GB. "lll'NlI"' is ff Q emrff iti Sill , .. .,.,. i 'f-"'-2'-2:5 " X e ' G 0 the Freshman Time was when you in yesteryears lixalted, claimed a Seniors envied share: Time is, when you. deharred hy fears Can only hope, and yet can never dare. Another rise: hut still a fall, lfor a l"reshman's lowly plane you stand: 'Tis vain to vaunt of glories gone, and all lfx-Seniors feel should loose the l"reshman's bane. Ott dreams of home rise thru the gloom Ht midnight oils: the weary, burdened lirain No glamour sees in quiet of college room: Still longed for joys refuse to come again. liefore you lies the trodden way: 'Tis hard to elimh, hut duty lures you on: lfre long dark shadows roll away. ,Xnd college life reveals its brighter dawn. 'Tis not all dark: the sunny side ls seen full oft. and love for Red and Blue Uutlives the seoffs. tho still deride The upper elassmen, vain, with honors due. Yet, welcome to our Yarsityl XYe were ourselves onee green-and young-like vou: 'l'ime lifted us, and so will thee: 1 i lt measures all hy things that we can do. Then mourn not. homesick lireshies. lfor you shall have your envied day. :Xnd know each other lmetter, XYhen "hazy" mists have rolled away. -G. TERYAN. Prof. Rogers: "That doesn'1 make a rlif-of-liittaneef' iierk Shaekleford: "Uh! man. l studied a whole hour this morning." One Hundred Nfuefiv-eiglzf S 3 f WMF fllmrlrfff Xwlffffvx'-ulff ,Q,. Q Q-Q,- S X N ..,. . , ,A -1 k.,K.Q..,,,..,,.,...x, .f aw 1,5 L 'If X X X.k xx x.x. NX, .xx Q Nw mi, XX --Q ,N .. if CTi..M--IYTI.,..:QfT..fffYifi...1 A 133132- hiiifffffif, liililiii xYLTLlfliE'ff2ZZiLf L"kX" -N""N"M'i.YL...j 'ik L.....,.5 Q ,gal 1. A 4. l'.RI4I1.X. Rwrmxs l3il'L'n'lHl' uf .xtlllvfiri l'l1lI"HRll xxlw Nlc'I.l-nm Clwcr I.L':ulcrs 'lieu' llnudrfd mall FQEELEFQT ?'Q1ll5i'l2?E2?33Qf .,,,,,, ,,.-.f"' f 'TVEE 'E ' ,,,,,, ,,,,.,,,.,,,,,,?73" if f""'s ...., .....,.. .,.... . ...,. .,..,.....,,. ,...... . - o EN, ,k.k ffffflwg i .. .. . . ,l L3 G . lf' rf-Oi ?i LIXPTAIN ANDICRSON aptain Anderson llig, liusky, ziggrcssivc. with thrcc years' cxpericncc in cwllcgc fuutlmll. "tk-11li" was thc lugicztl niztn tu cztptziin thc 1916 tczun. llc was unc of thc ht-si vciitt-rs lllc Miss has prmlticccl in years, his passing was always quick :intl zu'- t'l1l'2lll'. his flcfcnsivc work always uf thc shining varicty, lint his Irish, tighting spirit was thc piwcluiiiiiizitiiig quality that inznlc hiin zt fnutlizill stair. llc was Z1 hurn tightcr :incl cvcn at times when thc mlcls wcrc liopclcssly against hini hc fwnglit still. llc playa-cl in t-wry gzunc of thc season :intl at :ill tinics his ncvcr- sziy'-alic spirit was with hiin, :tt cvcry inmncnt his vuicc mnlcl hc liczml ciicmirztg- ing :incl urging his nit-n tw fight tu thc cnrl. .Xrlcl to this his nzttnrztl qnzilitics of lt-:ult-rsliip :mil his tlifviwwiigli lqnwwlcmlge uf thv gzunc gzlint-cl tlirwngh yours of vxpt-riviivv :mil ywn lmvc thc iclczil captain :intl lc-zulcr. Niles Nltisvlcyi "l.t't's src nf1w," Two Illll!lY'l'4'd Tim Qugzv-iorf.s ,. . I Ll' lluudnd llzrm' ., l ' Q kxikxk it kxhbx hkhxx kxixxlxqwlh .NUAN bil- . . He .... .fa The Varsity- 1916 FRED .-X. Rusixs. .. ...... Couch R. S H.xRRis ,...... .. ..1lc111f1p'c1' fEI'1Il'S .Xximicsux .. - .... Cafvfiiin The Team Anderson ...... ............... . . . Center Lumpkin I Ifvzms . . . . . .liluzircls Rc-ymilmls Xyatwn 11 . . . .... Tackles S m'1mm N Shzirmzin i-i11iiii-iiigi I W ...Ends Hcnsim s Lfzirncs lhmtin ... . iii-12111 122111 XX'2lI'I'CI'l Ll11l1lI'll1QC 141ll11IlllL'11 Neely 1 V. I. 1 The Season' s Record Sept.30.Q':1mpus-U10 Miss 30, Union O. 1 JCI. 1 ict. 1 ICI. 1 Tcl, Nov. Nov. Nov. Nov. ,l. 7. Lfziiiipus-I llc Miss 20. .loiicslmmwm Aggies 0. 14. LTHIIIPUS-1,16 Miss 01, Hendrix O. 21. Nashville-I Ile Miss O. Yzimlcrlmilt 35. 28. 'liiscziloosgi-1 Ile Miss O, .xlilhillllil 27.. 3,'l'1ipelU-tile Miss 0, Miss A. K M. 36. 11. I.CX1l1g1.UIl--1,10 Miss 5. Transylvzinizi 13. ' Y . . v 18, lizitim Rouge-t Jle Miss 0. I.. S-.1 .-11. 30. hlzicksim-1 Jlc Miss 14, Mississippi Lhllegc 56. utzils-1 Plc Miss 128. Uppcmems 188. Su-wzu't llunning: "Hy gully. you rn n .. Quarterback . . . .Halflxzicks . . . .Fulllwacks 7":e'n Hundrvd Four Tim Hmzdrfd Five' -XTII LETIC SCENES ,rl ..,,... ,.k.,..,.Q,. , .,.,.A.,. , frm: 2 , .x,. ,.,. C , .,...,,..,,..,.X.,......,... .E .... . k ..-.1 . . . - . . 1. - -v-- ..Nx, . . . , . .. . Q - . . -P :-'l s rf 5-liiiiif., ssiiax ?2::2:::::ti..C rg it ' X- 'mfr ,V,L 35533ygggxilggzyghg-f X, - .Q ,553 N Q i.... .::::::...,.: """ L:T?.,..::::::::::fI:i xztfliiiitiitillzizgf 1:::::::::Q? igzzzzzzf Xttttititttttiu ... . . and ' " Rox' BRIDGES J. H.fXRlJIN Rowan .. Young .. Davis .. Harris W'i ' " ton V flglll . . . hidden ..... Bagwell .... Sisk ....... Hollingswort McElroy . . . Scrubs . . Scrubs . . Scrubs . Scrubs . . Totals . . I.. The Scrubs The Team . . . Center . . . Guard . . . Guard . . . Guard . . . Tackle . . . Tackle . . . .. Tackle . .... hnd .. lLnd ..Encl tiirlden .... ljookout .. Douglass . . . Schuh . . . Hardin . . . liranham . . . lirirlges . . . Lassiter . . . Slayers . . Hester .. The Record of the Season .. 28 Uxforcl High ......... . .. 95 Calhoun County Aggies.. .. 26 T. M. l. ............. .. .. 7 A. 8: Xl. Scrubs. .. ....15-l Totals ...... . Coach . . .Cafvtaizz . . . End Quarter Quarter Quarter .. Half . . . Half . . . Half . . . Half Fullback Fullback ..O 0 ..7 ..7 ...IJ D. C. Shepard: "Dad blame it." Two Hundred Seven l l , , li "l4-3l-l8-5- it the Line Fiercely, Fellows" l11 these wilil ti111es of progressive foothzill it hehooves 11s 11ll to wise upfi little 1111 the new rules. 111111 also o11 how the rooters 11s well 11s the 11111111111 heings. shoulil llt'll2lX'C, how the speetzitors shoulcl speetute. 11ncl how the players shoulcl lieeonie protieieiit i11 tl1e gentle 1ll't' of felonious 11ss:111lt. Suggestions to the Spectators l11 the first plziee st11111l on the si1lew11lk wl1e11 the l111lies p11ss with slit skirts, :1n1l w11tel1 tl1e sitlelines. lt il young lzuly Zlllows il young 1111111 just l'ZllSll'lg' ll lllllSl2lL'l1C to kiss her, it Illllf' he e11lle1l ll touehclown. lt' you have Il couple of Cllllfllllllg young' l111lies witl1 you, 11111l i11 the niiclst of tl1e gzune tl1e rooters hegin to chant "llol1l 'einl lloltl 'eni l" it 1l0esn't 11102111 that you 11111st t11ke1hotl1 of tl1e111 o11 your knees. SlK'l'l2llllI'S shoulcl Hncl it k'lllllfUl'l2llHlC to XYCIII' soft cushions. lf it is extreinely eol1l you will he quite i11 style if you we111' 21 recl 11ose. XYllCl'l there eoines 1111 exciting nioinent i11 tl1e gzune rlo not kiek. the 1111111 in front 111. you lustily i11 the h11ek. lle lllilj' he ll professor-or twice your size. lf Sillllk' one pushes you oH' tl1e encl of tl1e hlezieliers you will he penalizecl tive . . H .. . ,, f1ll'KlS lor llL'lllQ' HH-s11le. Hints to the Rooters ikllj' 1-ooter who shouts 1ll'lj'll1lllQ the s11eet11tors e1111 k'lllllDl'L'llCl11l will he pen- :1lize1l lil-teen 1'111'1ls. ,Xs Il --'ooil e11eo111'11-"i11-1' rell tl1e followin-1' is 1111 olml st11111l-hr: "XYlflQlf- lll'IQNIft11Jl.Ss5l'.XliIkll7.l".l'+'I'.XlsllNltJlwli' - IN DXXK 3Rl'l-liS-C1 Jl'till - SXIiIiZli5l'IliliIQ- l1l'Y.XIS.XIQti,XlXYH!" .Xetire 1-ooters sl1o11l1l st11111l lllll Ill tront ot lllk' speetzitors, work up 21 t11e111l expressioii i111lie11tire tl111t they 2ll'C dying ol' liltillllllllk' poison, lllltl grunt i11 1111iso11 "Ilole1l11111. ll4llL'1llllll. hole1l11111, lllllK'1llllll, llUlL'll1llll.H Hooters shonlrl XYCIII' eolore1l swezuers over their SllUlllilQI'S. like Sl12lWlS. fuzzy ll2llS ol' eolors eorrespoiitliiig to tl111t of lllk' college, with neekties 111111 soeks to 111:1tel1. illlfl high XYZIICI' ll'll1lSk'l'S. Utlierwise tl1e SlDL'L'l2llH1'5 will llllllli lhe111 only ll'llllNDl'Ill'lly' ll1S2lllC ll1Sl1'1lll of hopeless nuts. Nate XX'1lli111nson: "Hx gl-illillilli jlilllfk' I'l2lll,u Tre' ll1111dr1'd lfiglil .'W'm"mN Y Sw im ffllilfiffiiiflfffffffffg fflifff' """"k"Y """"""' """""""" """"'f ""A"""""""""""' """""'S wwf X ' ii N li SJ Q WNF X ff Y .,... ,. I SEEEEEE ""x1x Q A ' 's'i111i r Q livery rooter should see to it that he approaches the referee and tells that oftieial why he is wrong, why he doesn't know enough to referee a ping-pong game, and why he hasn't the hrains of a rlessieateml gum-drop. Advice to the Players lt should also he rememhered that it is ungentleinanly to kick a player in the eye unless he happens to he an opponent. .Xnd lastly. when falling on the hall keep your head covered up so that your friends can recognize you at the funeral No player should lmite more than one nose from each opponent. Knocking your opponents teeth half out counts as a kicked goal. Knocking all his teeth out is equal to a touchdown. Xo more than three players on either side are allowed to die on the field at the same time. ln tackling keep at least one foot on the ground. hut it is not necessary to have more than two feet on the ground. Remember that there is plenty of room at the top, especially in a seriinmage. ln a scrimmage. any player who has the foot of an opponent fairly in his mouth is allowed to liite that font steadily until the referee hlows his whistle. A word to the Referee Remember that anywhere from two to sixty thousand eyes are upon you and from two to sixty thousand ears are listening to your decisions. liveryone is listening to learn whether the side with the hall has made a gain. At every down, stand up. throw out your chest. and shout: "'l'Sl'RlXll'Llf'liL'G YL'RRl'lJSt RAIN l" ,lf anyone yells, "XYhat was that repeat it in a louder tone. lt may lie pos- sible that your voice is weak, hut your enuneiation should he as perfect as the past of the prodigal son. lie sure and penalize luoth sides every few minutes, or else the spectators won't think you are on the joh. :Xlways act as a gentleman. lf one or more of the players are killed, do not keep on with the game: take out four or live minutes. giving the ambulance sufficient time to arrive. -A. H. ll. B. li. Bookout: "Freshman you get twenty-hve for that.". Treo lluudred Nine V Wk 'X Va, Rjvf D Wig 4 Q' X' llllll 1 ...... ww., ,111 .X... W .... , ,,- ..,.. , 1' .. 1 , ., .. ., .X 1 M x x,-- 1 -- x .. 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L'Xk'1'1L'l1 ll S11'Zl41j'1IlQ' 11111111'111'1' 111 1111 11111L'5, 211111 11151111-U11 ll fL'L'1111g' 111 1'1111f 1:If1L'11L'L'. 1'lll1L'I' 1115 1L'2l11L'I'5111lJ. 1111' 1111111 1-11-11111-11 ll s111'1'1'ssf111 S1-11s11 111111 11111111111-11 11111-Ni11111g j1111g1'1: "1 1111j1-1-1 111 111111 11-11111111115-." 1'11r11111' 111 'l"r1w1 ll1111d1'1'11' 111115111111-1 "1'111 Il 117411111111 111 511rr11x1' 111111 111ia1'1'111111- 1111 1111- ti Iff1'f'1'H Il. INC. 1 f , 1 I f IAN lf'frf1l'n'rf fivufiw' 9-....... ...., 5... ...... N , X E X ...E EX mmwm Y-E 5 X .X T?------E .... li .... iz:-:.....t....: :X iw... :............. E 5+-M-ss gg: 3 '3 rs iss C ..., :- Q 5-3 .CNE 1 f':3 t.:i::'3Q 1 E if-7 .., S X X, r V, E E 5 S S E C5 5 me Ye sQ5 S.. 5 g xx 'f X X x' C , 1 L? 2 2 ss H ..-.. s 1. 1 s. - , 4 .. 5 s- . QQ . ss is sssws yssssx wsssws gs---M ---Q ssssk, Eeqfluzzi e::Q.....SE ...wlsssssssmws X X ' X X f' . - , -- ....... ..... - .... , 1 i . FRED .X. Romxs. .. Amin XYING ..... lfields . .. Reynolds .. llrzinliain NYing .. lluine .. irrant Dee. 14 -lan. S. Jan. 12. hlllll. 20. jan. 20. jan. 26. lfeli. 1. Felm. 2 lfelm. 8. lfeli. 9. lfeb. 16. lfelm. 17. lfeli. 19. lfeli. 20, lfeli. 20 lfelm. 21. l'eli. 23. lfeli. Z4 Tot George P. Tru: llzzzzdrfd Q . . .Ceute Basketball The Team r and lforward McCall .. ...,. .. ..... l"orward llridges . ....... . . lforward Holliday . ,. . . .1 luard . . . Guard Substitutes . . V lforward Mznyers . . .. . . . Center The Season's Record Campus-Ole Miss 31, College llill, 19. Campus-4 Ile Miss 62, College Hill 40. Memphis-Ule Miss 5, Memphis Y. M. C. .X. 26. .lZlL'liSUl1, -laelcson. L. Cz t" Campus-4 Hle zunpus-C Dle .unpns-1 Ile lenn.-sl lle Miss 40. -l2lCliSUl1 X . M. C .eX. 24. Tenn.-4 Ile Miss 43, Cnion 25. Miss 70, Cnion 16. unpns-K lle Miss 38, Millsaps 12. Miss 50. Millsaps 16. Miss 27. Mississippi College 29. Campus-C Jule Miss 55, Mississippi College 15. Starlsville-4 lle Miss 20, Mississippi .X. N M. 39 Slzlrliville, Ole Miss 24, Mississippi .X X M. 42. ClintonAl Jle Miss 20, Mississippi College 46. Clinton-1 Jle Miss 21, Mississippi College 27. il uelcsi in. -I ack S1 in. Czunpnsgi Jle Czunpns-1 Ile llSr-xxvflll Hopkins: T11ir'lt'.'1l Miss.-C lle Miss 36, Millsaps 28. Miss.-1 Ile Miss 28. Millsaps 24. Miss 25, Mississippi .eX. X M. 42. Miss 20. Mississippi :X. X M. 13. 11, 1-ost7. tlizlt roof garden in Clzirksclale is U.l'flFlCl'll'l "Man, . . and Coach Ctlfftllill Gtiarml Ciuzlrd Center Center RH Sf'sa.tfxl0fOv !T"'3 r F- 1-- i -Mis 3 ,,,,,,,, X-., , rw ,nj :swag 1 : L s . z rs, Y- V ,E X s L- G - . 5,3 . C.x1'T.x1N HtJl-RIES I Captain Holmes ln the past few ycars Ole Miss has shown a decided preference for pitchers to lead her fortunes on the diamond and this year has been no exception, Holmes, along with Chandler in 191-1 and Mclnnis in 1916, being the third moundsman- captain in four seasons. ln the election of D. XY.. not only was fitting reward bestowed for valiant service in the box but at the same time the wisest choice pos- sible was made. He has played on the team for the past two seasons and is one of the best college pitchers in the South. Last year he was selected by Heisman of tieorgia Tech. for a berth on his All-Southern team, accompanied by a very Hattering write-up. ln addition to his pitching skill and long experience on the diamond, Holmes is very popular among the players, holds their respect, and is the kind of man they will work hard for. He is cool and collected at all times during a game and many times at a crucial moment his cool head has kept the men from going up in the air. He is one of the few men who play baseball with his head as much as with his hands and feet. These qualities taken together- experience, leadership, popularity, coolness. all of which are possessed by Holmes -go to make the ideal captain, and we predict a successful season for the team under his guidance. Tivo Hundred Fifteen fan- LJ lx ,gx -fx if Vx 5 ' ' "" " ' Q . 'F ""' "" . -3 I-s f----- -0- ---f- 3 sg 5-3:3-M ,,-5:3::.s ,---... ..Xx .. T .........V,........... , ,- ...... .......-.... ,W ..., N, .,,, ,,,,,,.. ,NNN Q sw s:.-.....-, .... 5 Q . . 1 . .. .,,. z -s e s- Q- Y--ss ss Ns 1 i::::::::::::::..::::'::::3C 5 i , is as X N N , 5 s 1 3 - a. r' is C ssx s. X te sf .css sg...,,:,...--. ,.., ...fy Q, Er M ...i 1 ,J FRED A. ROB1Ns... A. McINN1s ..... J. H. H.ARR1S .... Cassibry . .. Anderson ... Mclnnis . .. Holmes ... McKay . . Hicks .... Allen . . Mar Mar Mar Mar Apr. Apr. Apr. Apr. Apr. Apr. Apr. Apr. Apr. Apr. 21, Apr. Apr. Apr. Apr. Apr. Mav May May May May May May M213 Campus Campus Campus Campus The 1916 Team Murphy ....., . . . The Team . . Catcher Carr ....... . . . Catcher Sharlrorough .. . Pitcher .. Pitcher Mclnnis .... .... Pitcher Beanland ... ... . .. Pitcher Ijethea .... First Base lriinger The Record of the Season -Ole -Ole -Ole -Ole Cam pus-Ole Campus-I Ile Campus-Ole Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss 5. Cnion 2. ?. Cnion? 9. Tennessee Normal 3. 12. Tennessee Normal 1. 3. Illinois 6. 1, Illinois 2. 10. State Normal 3. 6. State Normal U. Campus-Ole Campus-I Jle Campus-Ole Campus-Ole Tupelo-Ole Miss l, Mississippi A. K M. 3. Nashville-Ole Miss 2, Yanderlmilt -l. Atlanta-Ole Miss 0. Georgia Tech. 9. Atlanta-Ole Miss 3. Georgia Tech. 4. Miss Miss Miss -1, Millsaps 1. 2, Millsaps 3. 8. Mississippi A. K M. 5. Tuscaloosa-Ole Miss 3. Alabama 2. Tuscaloosa-Ole Miss -l. Alabama 14. Columlius-Ule Miss 3, Mississippi A. K M. 4. Starkville--Ole Miss 6. Mississippi .X. K M. 7. Campus-Ole Campus-Ole ,I ackson-Ole tfli nton- Clinton- Ole Ole jackson-Ole Campus-Ole Campus -Ole Miss Z. Mississippi College 1. Miss 5. Mississippi College 3. Miss ll, Millsaps 2. Miss 5. Mississippi College 8. Miss 4. Mississippi College 5. Miss l, Millsaps -l. Miss S. Sewanee 7. Miss -. Sewanee -. I' d X tigti : "Lend ine a cigarette' Two llizudrcd S'z"z'e'11fc'm1 'R s.u,a...s ...J C.......f i.......3 B . . . .Cailtlfll ....Cillf7flllll ....llu11f1gfi'r Second Base Third Base Short Stop . Left Field Center Field Right Field ..... lftility .,..., f--s li . H2132 -- -r ir' 1 .. The 1917 Baseball Squad The Squad lisvrrik Stuxktvs .... lj. XY. HoLx1Es. . .. C. H. L.u1P'rpx .... Hethea ..,, .. . Catcher H'Mara ...... . .. . Catcher li. ll. Smith .. ..... Catcher Holmes .... . . Pitcher Wilstin , .. . . Pitcher Fields . . . Pitcher Kyle . .. . . Pitcher Mauser .... .... P itcher XYilsun .. . First Base Sisk .... Bridges ,... First Base . ..... Seccind Base Case .... . .. Sharhorouglt Crook ..... Boyd ..... Dunn . . . McCain . . . Smith ..... Heartland .. Fields .... Triplett . . Farmer Schedule and. Games Already Played Mar. 28. Czttnpus-Ole Miss 4. M. U. S. 0. Mar. 29, Campus-Ole Miss 10, M. C. S. 1 Mar. 31, Campus-Ole Miss 2. lllinnis l. Apr. fi-7. Cainpns-Open. Xpr 9-lll. L ztmpnsfOlc Miss vs. Mvlsaps. April 1.3-l-l, Cainpnsvftlle Miss vs. S. P. l .-Xpr .Npr .xllld Xp" Apt' May hlllj M215 Rlllj M115 Matt . Zft, L 17-18. Czttnpttsfflle Miss vs. Mississippi College. ZS, Starkvillcf-Ole Miss vs. Mississippi JK. R M. 'tilntnlins fllle Miss vs. Mississippi .-X. lv M. 77-28. 'l'ttscztl-nisaf Ole Miss vs. Cnivt-rsity ttf .XlI1lb2ll1'l2l. all. Ttipeltiftlle Miss vs. Mississippi A. N M. 1 tppt X. A M. l, Catnpns' Ulu Miss vs. Mississ' ' .N " "Axel SL' ' D-1, llzttpn liitttge Ulm' Miss 's. .. . 8-U. .lztckstiit-'fHlc Miss vs. Millsaps. ' ltl-ll. Clintun file Miss vs. Mississippi Cullcgc. l-l-15. Czttnpttsr-Ulu Miss vs. Mt-rcvr 21,-28. Campus. -Ulu Miss vs. X':1ndcrlwi l.ucillt- tianipht-ll: "l think Monk Cztldxvcll is the funniest man." . .. .Cnaclz ....CUf'flIlI1 .. .. .llamlgcr Second Base . . Third Base Third Base Third Base Short Stop Short Stop Shurt Stop .. . Outfteld .. . Outheld . . Outfteld . . . Onttield Tum Hufzdrvd Eiglzfrmt Y i """'3 1 g""""'JZIiii't?':.I . ,.,.,,,, .atm "::::3'u rr "" :1'tt1..:.:.:::.. rt:::t'?:r' -- '---- g-5 sa --'-' : wi 2 z 5 3 Q r SE 5 sts-ss-f.. 2 if s 3 s s-s::s.s... x N v , 5 2 -:fr i s ..,.f -2 H xx ,ggi ., Wg! . . .. , ,....a.-.............. , i"" -e..,...,,..,...,...e... rises t.-is X........ K......,. 3 x l The Outlook in Baseball for 1917 XYhile it is too early in the season to prophesy just what the team is going to do. yet it is already evident that Ule Miss is going to he represented on the diamond hy a pretty swell hall cluh. 'lihree games have now heen played and three have heen won, one of which was a victory over the strong Cniversity of Illinois team. Considering the earliness of the season, this was one of the hest games ever played on the local lot and it calls up to the minds of the old timers the game won from the same team hack in the spring of 1912, with Mclnnis, then a Freshman, pitching. Such a Hying start augurs well for a successful season. Practice opened with a rather discouraging outlook for Coach llaxter Sparks. t lnly tive former 'Yarsity men, in the persons of Holmes, llethea, lgleanland, Shar- horough. and XYilson. were returned. lfx-Captain Mclnnis and the peerless ete" Allen at first were missing. Cassihry and Anderson, the two star receivers of last year. were gone. The old infield was shot to pieces with Murray missing at short and Carr at second. lleanland was the only regular left in the outfield and a pitching staff had to he huilt up around Captain Holmes and XYilson. lt was no easy task that faced Coach Sparks and it was evident from the first day of practice that a team of individual stars could not he hoped for and that our chances for a winning team lay in the development of a well-halanced team work- ing as one, as a unit. Cnder these conditions lflaxter set to work, has won the first three games of the schedule and has aliout completed the selection of his team. Yiewed as a whole, the team is a fair one at fielding hut weak at the hat. 'lihe pitching staff alone looks stronger than last year. Yet the team as a whole is a hetter halanced one than that of 1016 and no glaring weaknesses stood out in the lllinois game. The men worked well together, seemed to have plenty of con- tidence, and every play was intelligently executed. lfor these good results, we cannot help hut give full credit to Coach liaxter Sparks-an old Southern League player and one of the wisest in the husiness. XYith the strong lllllluis team already played and defeated. we have dared to lift the veil from the future and to peer into the things to come just a little hit ,Xnd although the vision is somewhat dim, yet we helieve we can discern victories for the team of 1917 over .X X M., Millsaps and Mississippi College. the winning of the state championship, and a heginning uf the climh of Ole Miss athletic teams back into the ranks of the mighty and powerful. ul, WX .Q rf V l x ...u. ska , lwggiwuwffv . V , ...- Tico HIllIdI't'd ,Yi11t'fr'c11 ila. ' -L yqg.. . gd' , 21, Sq-rm SE -up-. md! ... ,,.,.. X.,,,.. - . ,,.,. 11111 1 5,111 1:1111 ll: .I okes III r'l,H. 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NIIIICIQS, fI1111'Iw, NI111CIoI" Illrfffd Y'711'l1fx1'-11111' S s o F..g..a.fs.-. , . . E Q!.'iep.h.5"' "A "' L X L---l G THE l7RE5HMAX- He failed in Physiology. He Hunked in English ll. He busted Hat in Freshman Math. Almost passed Chemistry. Stude: "Have you ever taken morphine P' Fresh: "NYho teaches it Friend lto Miss Lucille Campbelll : You are a Presbyterian, can't you tell me something about the creed of your church? Miss Campbell lafter deep thoughtl: XYell, we believe in procrastination. lMiss Campbell meant predestination.-Ed.J llondyz Yes, my horse, General, knows as much as I do. Freshman Cunder breathl: XYell. don't tell anybody. You might want to sell him some day. Miss Lucille Campbell: "You know when you love somebody you don't think about germs, do you, Miss Roudebush?" Co-ed lin Psycliology classy : "lYho is that boy sitting near the door?" Miss Jeter: "Thats Chicken Roarkf' Co-ed lin puzzled toncl : "XYonder why he never comes to the coop?"' Stude: "lf Sweat and l have the measles we will not be able to take the law exam." "Lord" llrooks: "You sho will stand a measly examf liusincss Manager Newsom: "Mani please hurry the copy, cause. er Cause!" ll. XY. Holmes: ".-Xin't it a pity that strength and brains can't go together." Tum Ilundrva' T':cm:!y-two "k' .x.x.. -yn f ""' Rf ' " ' XX Ol M' B ' ' ff e 155 LISIIICSS bra liRl'4'1i IJ. NINYSKPNI .. .......,. H1r.v1'11v.v.v .1lul1u.gu1' IQ. H, Nxsux.. . ..l.v.vi.vfu11t l?11,v1,1zcx.v Allulzfftgvz' AX. R. l'l-31-1l'l.1-Ls. .. ......... . ld:'a1'l1',v1A11-Q ,lllllltltgfff XY. li. lIAxms'1'uN. . . . . ..l.v.vi,vlu11f .ld:'vrf1'.v1'11,g .1ftIlltIxQ'CV C. Rl. Nl l'RI'IlX . .. . ..1.x'Xl-Sftlllf fu 1'?1zs14z1u.vx llvfnzrfuzvni v,-5' X Y'-,,, Frcslmum Hawks: "Hn-uring that wlc YL-Ilww Hammur 'sh'-' mnkcs me hfvmcsickf' I'r..f. Iirwin: "'l'l1nt's gmnl! lllZif'5 g...nlY" Ykpn llznldrvd Y"Lu'1zIy-lllffc' .1 '19 if 7 f1f7??E77'1fP?5flf f 1 M . ., ' . QE 'PM . 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For 11111' new, free, 11111s1rz11e11 e21t21111g11e, XV1111 11111 1JZl1'11Cl1121l'S, 211111ress 1 W. T. DAVIS, President, Draughon's Business College 148-150 South Main Street - Memphis, Tenn. CHote1 Gayoso Oppositej Phone M-5255 Pagf Taco llzzzzdrvd lfwfrzly-fit American Art O K E USJIUNDO QClmr H07'0HHD EL .JSPECTO Cljorto Rimrzj I0 CENT CIGARS .JRJBIJN NIGHTS Ld FRUTA W SALOME ROYAL MAID SJJILE 5 CENT CIGARS A Tlll'l'I' ara' nom' brttvr Highest Quality at Klodc-rate Price for the Dressy Student CO. CDISTRIBUTERSJ SXVliA'1"1' rirfrir, ,Jfll'lIf,t' KEXCIUSMIY Wholesale? JACKSON, MISS. -L-XRIC THEATRE Smiing Cillffllfif-1'ZAYillf7 111111111111 Paramount Pictures on Monday and Saturday nights Triangle Film Pictures on Wednesday nights Only high class Road shows are hooked F. L. TOOL Oxford, Miss. DR. J. E. HARGIS DENTIST MCDERMOTT HOTEL Omce European Plan Over Ncilson's Department Store OXFORD, Miss. Ti' Phone 272 HOLLY SPRINGS, MISS. I qw Tam ,lllIl1ll'I'1l luvrrzly-.fi.1' 2 ' Remember this- W k Fo -WSU' 'ii EZ will give better service, last longer and help you more in your studies than any other writing implement. It is an economy. Waterman service extends everywhere. Prices: 32.50 upwards. Sold at the Best Local Stores L. E. Waterman Company, 191 Broadway, New York Y M V, ,B ,, ,S - angie ,ua--,-f,1' ag."gd.,7g: fafxff,-..,m,,.,a,,.,+, , .I ' 2ff2ve:f'Ef-J.1,::--?rfq?'1r.ii.a-sinhsk.:-:.-x-gv',sva, MMG? "-- - , W , , , Q My ,Q::f,4,g6'r',+,fgf?21f,f3sJi4.3g1Egi,ffiLf'g.4-.'5"'5,?',.iiifruefq1 j2'ggiv5'ze2.1,g ,y3Q.,,?:',4.5k : 'gfgQ.fq5,,.5'vfA,,'f f f.,?7"1- -, ,Q 'ff ggz..:fmf'rlj-.'f'jj-f'Q?4':,Qii?"JQ JJQJZJW1 ' ' ' ' ' 'W' .LM :f,.jj, 1 5. ji 1.37.5135 -L.-' 'Q 43,, , ., .B,m,k- J -+,:L,'fjT?gf1Q3qU4,f" W at e r' rn a. rx 'S A 23- ,r Y' f 4' ,- ..-,-,. .Ae . ,Q V ' f-, 1' J: 9. ,, 5 . 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Yale-Harvard Football Game 4-T359 '-1 '- '1 7 ozs 1 l A ' of v .1 ein Q V I Ir l I .-I l v-U V E Z.-:gl , llllil' f goll " '. u MTTLE NEW 1 DRINK hero-Cola Summer Time's a blessed season, When a man forgets his woes, He can drink Chero-Cola And enjoy nature's big outdo's DON'T FORGET THE MOTTO: "There is None so Good" And you will never be disappointed For Sale by all first-class Soft Drink Stands Chero-Colo Bottling Co. GRENADA, MISS. Page Tfwo llzuzdrrd Imwzty-Ja'-1 llfll' T-rm hu The Colonial Hotel Caters to the University Students W. T. SCOTT, Prop. THE OXFORD EAGLE Best advertising Medium in North Mississippi G. W. PRICE Editor and Manager High Class Job Printing Loose Leaf Devices Catalogue and Book Work School Programs and Class Cards Telephones Business Office 108 Residence Engraved Wedding Invitations Engraved Announcements Engraved Cards Only Engraving Plant in the State Tucker Printing House JACKSON, MISS. 397 WM. HEMINGWAY Attorney Capitol National Bank Building JACKSON, MISS. DR. A. E. RUSSELL DENTIST Office at Dr. Wright's Old Stand Students' Trade Solicited Phone 122 Cllllllflfilllfllfj' of PATTERSON AND ANDERSON OXFORD, MISS. mlnul lficrzzly-i'ig1l1I HINDS BROS. 8: CO. Correct Outfitters to Young lIe11 Stein-Bloch Clothes Kirschbaum Clothes TU PELO, MISS. BUTLER AND TOIVILINSON J uw 151.5115 lslllt' lfvllffll R1'jmi1'i11g Llzlss Pms Rmgs I'obs OXFORD, KI ISS. ST. CLAIR DRUG CO. CQIIIJIIID1' mul St'I"Z'Il'c' 'I'L'PIiLO, KIISS. European Plan Cafe in Connection THE SOUTHERN HOTEL A. S. 11oS1f0R1J, PRoI'R11EToR Opposite Union Station 'IIT PIQLO, M ISS. J. N. Flowers, '96 J. T. Brown, '12 Paul Chambers E. B. Cooper, 'O8. FLOWERS, BROWN, CHAMBERS AND COOPER .xTToRN EYS-.XT-L.xW Capitol National Bank Building JACKSON, MISS. If you want that job of p1'i11ti11g dclive1'C1I when p1'o111ise1I, send it to the COMMERCIAL PRINT SHOP OXFORD, MISS. Pllffl' Taco lzznzdrfd Iacrniy-rzizz P. P. NEILL JEWELER and OPTICIAN Gold and Filled Watches, Cuff Buttons, Fobs, Fad Chains, Gold and Silver Medals Special attention to line watch and jewelry repairing. Special Prices to Students OXFORD, MISS. C 1' f , mp 'mem 0 LONG S CAFE College Students' Headquarters OXFORD, MISS. TUPEL0. MISS- J. M. Vardaman J. K. Vardaman Jr. DF. VVEIIICI' MCMHDOU, Sf. Vardaman 85 Vardaman Doctor of Dental Surgery Attorneys-at-Law OXFORD, MISS. Merchants Bank Building Jackson, Miss. Catsup, Chili Sauce, Pickles, Beans and Pork and Mince Meat HIRSCH BROS 8: CO., Inc. LOUISVILLE, KY. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OXFORD, MISS. Caters to the University Students AUBER J. WILDS 'IXHIC TAILOR Oli ALI, XVOOI, FABRICS Sfn'4'If1li.v1' on .lffifvllifnlx OXFORD, MISS. v I :imp IIHl4'IllN of Porter Hardware CO. OXFORD, MISS. I 141- 'I'-151, flzlmllvnl lllirly ARMSTRONG FURNITURE CO. "WE OPEN t'lIl'IlDl'l' At't'Ul'N'l'S" MEMPHIS, TENN. Founded 1835 Write for Catalogue "Everything in Gifts" We solicit and appreciate the students Established 1869 1 patronage D. CANALL POUND, KINCANNON, i CO' FlIl'l'l'. NVTS, l'l'ItllbI't'I'1 lirllgis-'l'wu Stores, It-weflqv Wh0lCS2lCrS-Irf1POrterS TUPELO, MISS. MEMPHIS, TENN. Y A11 Kinds of .IOhHStOIl 52 x EIIICC l'I"l' Fl,0Wlcl:s COIUPHIW 1'l,U'l'llIN1i lm, FI'l:NlS1llNu nouns Memphis Floral Co. WE SELL HATS Agents for Dunlap Hats S h M ' St. M h' , T . out am emp is emi 51 South Front St. Local Agt., University, Miss. MEMPHIS, TENN. University Store If it comes from Johnston 8: Vance Co., it must be good. Do you want to make money while in the University during vacation? Arc you an good HllSllt'l"f Write AMERICAN AGENCY MEMPHIS, TENN. Priya' Tzvu lfzzzzdrfd tlllrfy-nm ROYAL HOTEL CO. PANTAZE CAFE H. P. DYE 8: J. THIGPEN LOUIS PETERSON, lllanager Proprietors and Managers Royal Hotel Building Best of everything at reasonable prices Headquarters for Univeristy Students JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI WATKINS 81 WATKINS Attorneys and Counselors at Law Watkins-Easterling Bldg. jackson, Mississippi TUPELO HOTEL Headquarters for UNIYICRSITY BOYS ALL MEALS so CENTS 'l'L'1'l'3LU. MISS. lgllH:1llHL'lS Cmmfectimuwy Stlllllx Cigars, Short m'cle1's lfruits :uid Ql1lIl4lll'S The Students Place OX lil JRIJ, Nl ISS. Sllfi.Yflll'flflll !:llI1IYllIfl't'Il I ll l-:cu l11111.lr1'.l lflirly-lion E. D. Bcanland MERCHANT TAILOR SLIITS FROM Jllzinm UP PANTS FROM iiuoo UP Dress Suits for rent Cleaning, Repairing and Alterating while you wait 'I'IfRKIS. SPOT CASH OXFORD, IVI ISS. Davidson and Wardlaw Booksellers and Stationers Linivcrsity Text Hooks and Students Supplies . , 1 . Itngrz1x'cmI Lzmls and Society Stationcrx' Davidson 81 Wardlaw OXFORD, MISS. Laundry Supplies Baskets Buttons Felts Bleach Soap Tags Blue Wyandotte Sundries Ink Starch Pins National Anilinc Sz, Chemical Co. 158 2nd Ave.. North NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE P11510 Tfwu fzundrfd thirty-flu ROXN'laI1C1 Drug- CO When in Grenada, Stop l- - at the Corner Drug Store 'S HOTEL ,l . ll A ll 9 W M , Oxford- Mississippi Fred Hurst, Manager ALL WIDE-A-WAKE MERCHANTS SELL TUPELO CH EVIOTS FOR Working Folks Clothes, Made in Mississippi for Mississippi Folks WRITE US FOR PRICES TUP ELO COTTON MILLS TUPELO, MISSISSIPPI MAKERS OF GOOD CIIEVIOTS 1 1 flllfljl ..0.U- .ME - who want to get ri start-who must earn Z1 living :mil would like to make more-should write for the CATALOGUE O "The Best Practical School in America." VVQ p1'cp:n'c morn' than onc thou- their lll7l'l'1ll ellucntion Zlllll thus get 'ind young people for husiness pur- proinptly to work in some prolitzlhlc xuits every' yczn' :ind ohtziin nlcsirzihlc :ind congvnizll Clnployincnt. If any ilgifiiplb for gfgulllglfgg of nur yllllllg Illllll Sllulllll I'l'1l4l tliig XVl1U wants ll Loinplctc LUIllll1l'I'Cllll Course. 'lihis coursc zlppczilx with Fpccizil l"'u' U' lot him write to us, for we can fit liiin for husincss-11ml linil lmsimws for him-zu 44,ooo grzuluzites testify. who would :ulil Zl przlcticul finish to For infornizltion, 2l1llll'CSSZ CLEME T C. GAINES M. A. B. L. Pres. 7 7 29 Washington Street, Poughkeepsie, New York l,l1fll' Tun lllllldffd lllirfj NI1-niuirs. Bon -Ton Cafe Newly Fitted Up With Klzlrhlc Counters :ind Ice Boxes 'IIIIQ' Floor Szuiitziry in Ifvcry Respect Call and see us-Same old stand 213 West Capitol Street JACKSON, MISS. E. A. Wright Co. Office and Factory Central Store Broad K Iluntington Sis. 1218 Walnut PHILADELPHIA, PA. Engras'ers---Printers---Stationers Manufacturers of Class and Society Pins. Medals EXCLUSIVE DESIGNS IN Wi-elding I':llgI'llYIIl Calling Lurmis Ilmliiils-1111-llleilt Iiwitulimi Iluiivv Prugrunis Staitimivry Ye-air Book Inserts Shingles Pliotogravlire Tc-stiinoniuls Nlvlllh Y 1 I.: itiiiniti Imzltllx-r FUIIYC mrs lgngn, in., The J. E. Neilson Co. DEPARTMENT STORE oxifoim, Miss. Edwin Clapp and Howard 8: Foster Shoes Manhattan Shirts Stetson Hats Wilson Bros. Furnishing Goods Clin' us your lmsinvss I mr 'I'-:qu !lll!lill'l'il llfirly-Jkt' Y . Beasley - Holly Company Hatters - Furnishers Clothiers Latin or Greek Classic We furnish translations to any 111-ffl' for lime Owens Law Quin is 55.00 postpaid This will help you pass any Custom Tailoring a Specialty r 1 Law Pixamination l he Baptist Record Main Street and Gayoso Avenue MEMPHIS, TENN. Book Store JACKSON, RUSS. Yalobusha Co-Operative Creamery 11lllllIlfllt'fllI'l'I'X of Fine Creamery butter and buyers of fresh eggs, etc. New, inmlern. and strii-fly S2llllf'll'Y 1 Highest market price paid for butter fat WATER VALLEY, MISS. Pagr Taco lnnzdrrd thirty-.rv-z HENRY M. FASER "The Quality Drug Store" Phone 87 Quick Delivery Headquarters for the Boys flUIII,lliIIll'llfN of Wm. R. Moore Dry Goods Company MEMPHIS, TENN. The South 's Largest Dry Goods House S PE C I FY Crane Plumbing Goods All the latest sanitary plumbing fixtures Solid Vitroware Porcelain Goods Porcelain Enamel lubs :md lZlY2lUlI'lt'S that look good always KVM:-r closets that Still' riwht . l"' CRANE COMPANY Call :md svn- our show rooms Fourth St. and Court Ave. Memphis, Tenn. I 1 I I f flf lj ffl Compliments of Our Friends gqiiuw I 4 5, X cxmxx . y 1 X ff .V - . X X . 1 I 1 X . 5 " " -' Z f .ANA if JBanh rferb wrforb, flbiss. The Greneda GRENADA. MISS. RATES 952.25-32.75 A. J. STACY, Clerk T. J. RUCKS, JVIar1ager A. H. FETTIG IEWELRY C0. Greek Letter Fraternity Jewelry 213 North Liberty Street B!l1fiIIl0I't', JI11. Factory 212 Linh, Slmrp Sim-r Memorandum package sent to any fraternity member through the secre- tary of the chapter. Special designs and estimates furnished on medals, rings, pins for athletic meets, etc. Page Tfwu lzzzmired Illirfy-nine Ifstzllwlislwml in IN73. hanks, Phllllps Co. FRLIII ANU PRUDL'L'IQ WHOLESALE GROCERS and GRAIN DEALERS Ofhce and Salesroom 14 and 16 South Front St. Warehouse Cor. Carolina Ave. and I.C.R.R. Long Distance Telephones-Nos. 105-106-107 IXIIQKIIIHIS, IIIXX. THE BANK OF TUPELO 'I'L7I'IfI.O, MISS. For 40 Years ll llississippi Institution B. I. Clark, Pres.-F. C. McGaughy, Vice-Pres.-R. B. Clark, Cashier. OXFORD HOSPITAL For treatment of NIL-clical :xml Surgical cases DR. J. C. CULLEY Physician in charge ALPINE FLAX STATIONERY Fills every requirement for paper suitable to the use of Her Royal Highness. THE AMERICAN GIRL Made of pure white linen rags in the Crystal Spring Waters of the Berkshire Hills THIS PAPER IS FIT FOR A QUEEN Get it in box stationery, tablets or envelopes at the stationery store Made by MONTAGE BRQTI-IERS, Inc. I ll lim !llllIlll'f'il furry R. R. Chilton SL, Company They have the finest and most sam tary soda fountain in North lllississippi CvfIlllfP!Illlt'llfj' of Y Barber Shop V. H. OSXVALT, Proprletor Candy, Stationery, Tobacco Chnicest Place in Qxtord Prrsfriptions Cvllftlfllljj' C0llIf70Zlll1ft'11 Headquarters for Ole Miss Students OXFORD, MISS. OXFORD, MISS Our Hotel Tl-IE EDWARDS Thos. Pountain, Manager JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI European, 31.00 to 52.50 First Class Cafe and Lunch Room in Connection P I1 gf Tu-u 1111 71 H. A THE BARBER SHOP WHERE ALL THE Carrol 81 Co. KIFKIPI-IIS, THNN. BARBERS ARE The Largest and llost Complete XA, Stock of the Kind in the South Paints. Oils, XVimlmv Glass. Vliall and Paper, ami Deeinators' Supplies Everything is new and modern. Hverytliing for the Painter, Paper Hanger anal Artist Get our prices and samples PATTON, Prop University of Virginia UNIVERSITY, VA. ICDXVIN A. ALDlfRiXIANg I.I,.D., President 'l'Hi5 Fumuwixcs lJlil'.-XR'I'NIliN'I'S ARE Ri2PR1isiaNTian: 7711 I1iI1Hl'1j1' The IJl'f7Ill'fll1l'lIf of Gr111f1111ti' Sfllzfiwx yillt' lJ1'ju11'f1111'11t of Lau' Thi' l,l'f7IlI'fllIt'lIf of .'lI1'1fir'i111' The 1Jt'f7llI'fllll'llf of I'il1!ljIIt'l'l'ilIfl IJ11111 f11111l.v Il7'lliff1lllt'. .1111 other 1'.x'fn'11xi'x 1'1-11111111 to Il lllilllllllllll HOWARD WINSTON, Registrar 1 1,1 1+ 1' A .ll 111111.11111 fully-law FOI-1 PURE PAS'I'IiL'RIZICD Ice Cream .llmfv in II Szlzzilrlrj' Plan! Urrler frmn CRYSTAL ICE lk CREAM CO. TUPICLO, MISS. comm at Ironman ALBANY, N. Y. OFFICIAL INIAKERS OF Caps and Gowns lla tlic AIlIt'I'lCZlII Lvniversitics from thx- Atlzmtic to tlic Pacific Class Contracts a Specialty Pidgeon-Thomas Iron Co. NIICMPHIS, TIINN. fslZIlY1lIIIZEll :ind painted steel rmmfiiigs, improved royal rubber routing, but rc'zuly made routing rm the market :lt the prices, three ply ggiizzrzintcccl ten yours, everything in iron and steel, :xml railway, mill and contractors supplies." Pagr Tarn llizzldrmi forty-lln'm INSTRUCTION-INSTRUCTORS-SERVICE. These are the three absolute essentials that you should consider in selecting a school: and they must be considered as one, each being de- pendent upon the other. The failure of one means the failure of the other two. This school is proud of its courses of instruction, its in- structors, and the service it renders to its students and through them to the business world. Education is not for one day, but for life. INIDIVIDITAI. SIll'l'lRYISIUN. Our instruction is made the more valuable in the degree to which the student's work receives individual supervision. In this school, each students work receives personal supervision of the instructors in charge of the course: the instructor calling attention to any error in principle or form, giving reasons for criticism. FACULTY. The supremacy of the Stranaland Colleges is to a large extent due to its unequalled faculty. The instructors are men and women with years of active professional practice, which gives them the practical experience so essential to their work of instructing young people in the principles of Bookkeeping, Gregg and Pitman Shorthand, Touch Typewriting, Business Letter-VVriting, Commercial Law and Commercial Arithmetic. They know what is required of the young man or young woman in business offices and teach them accordingly. CATA LOGU IC. A catalogue, outline of courses and rates of tuition will be sent upon request. Ask for "The best way to enter the commercial world." Strana1and's Southern Business Colleges JACKSON, MISS. VICKSBURG, MISS. I 111 lun llllllilffil fnriy-four J Compl 1 f town Coal Company MINERS AND SI-IIPPERS OF STEAM AND DOMESTIC CDAL lhili-iiigsvaisiviisluislim-lszlllilziyIl':1iiis,11ig'l1ttrains wlnvu imtitieil 254' Q-zu-li waxy in ilu- iluy, Sth' ezivll way :ll night Alli on's Wells Siluziti-fl nm- mile li-uni Way, Miss., on Illinois i'l'l1ll'ill liillllvilll Long Distance Telephone D. C. LATIMER Sz CO., Proprietors Improvements and Furniture all new Analysis Mineral Water from Allison's Wells, Near Way, Miss. -I Grains per Gal. Silica .......,....., . ......,. 5,722 Potassium Sulphate 1,540 Sodium Chloride .... ...10,640 Sodium Sulphate .l.. 3,135 Calcium Sulphate 81,537 Magnesium Sulphate 35,656 Aluminum Sulphate 61,506 Iron Sulphate ..,.,.. .... 1 2,439 Iron Oxide ,,...... ..2,028 Total .,..,.,,., . ....,.. 214,203 CSignedD W. L. HUTCHINSON State Chemist Agricultural College, Miss. June 30, 1906 RATES: 82.25 a day, and 314.00 a week, 350.00 for 4 weeks Water Shipped in Five-Gallon Vessels, Price 31.65 F. O. B. Way. All Water Sent C. O. D. when not Remitted for when Ordered iw, 1111111115111 forty-.ii.v V r r i L I Page Tfwo hundred forty-.vmfen acgowarfs Coffees "Made in Mississippi" SOLD EVERYWHERE "The Brand to Demand" VAN-LAX FOR TH E LIVER After experimenting for several years we have at last perfected a wonderful prescription FOR THE LIVER, to take the place of Calomel. Produces the desired effect without the sickness subsequent to dosing with Calomel. Can be taken morning, noon or night, so you need not wait for a day off. It makes you feel bet- ter-not worse. No gripping, no pain, no nausea. Everybody should take a dose occasionally and keep well. l'l' HAS .X l'l,l'I-XS.XN'l' 'I'.XS'l'l'I PRICE, 50 CENTS PER BOTTLE Prepared by Skilled Chemists in the Laboratories of VanVleet-Marshfield Drug Co. BIl'IBll'lllS. 'I'l'INN. Glass and Paint for all building purposes Sunproof Paint, Varnish, Ladders, Brushes and all Painter's Sundries Plate and NVindow Glass, Mirrors, Wire Glass and all kinds of Glass for the Building Trades Sfzzzplex lV1'111f0fu' FI..X'fIll't'.f Pittsburgh Plate Glass Co. M ICM l'll IS. TICNN. Stewart-Gwynne Company Cotton Factors and Wholesale Grocers Memphis Tennessee I :gr ilvilfl flllllilflll jnrfi'-rlrflfl !'mnplim1'nfs uf Eiaggefiitgs Swimming Pool HICALTII ANI! l'l,l'lASl'li l'I1'UMl!INlClr The most popular amusement place in Oxford LEE BAGGETT, Sr. , LEE BAGGETT, Jr. UXFUIIID, MISS. PHIL.: A., HALLE EXCHANGE BUILDING Importing Haberdashers, Clothiers, Booterers, Hatters and Shirtmakers to at least 85'M, of the well dressed College Men in the entire South PHIL A. HALLE lixvlnanlgv lluilaling' MEMPHIS, TENN. Exclusive Haberdashers of johnson Ez Murphy Shoes Agents of Knox Hats O 0 Compliments of aa Friend Limp Fire lah-i4-lc flfllll-Ullt' lillllvl' 'lllltt S'l'XVPl' l'i1w l'luster 1'1'llSllt'tl Stom' Metal l.z1Il1.Pl1'. Mixed Cars a Specialty Prompt Shiprne l'ltS Right Prices Fischer Lime Qemmem1itCoE. MICMPIIIS, TENN. Pagz Tico fllllltifiti furly-ninr Nl II. I,l':.x1i12 R. F. Goo! 1 1 ii C Leake Sz, Goodlett TUPELO, MISS. Wholesale and Retail Lumber and Building Material carry everything used in the building of a house We pay the freight XVIII-11 any ol'yo11 Old Miss Imys dw-i4lv In get Ill2ll'l'IUlI. try I,ez1ko X limnllvtts on an lnouso In build Compliments of J. E. BARROW OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPHER FOR "OLE MISSSU OXFORD, MISS. I f I f 11.11111 filly Y 1 . Up-to-date Shoe NVork mth C,mIf,HHH.,m, of First Class Kluclminory H, If G p M Memphis Queensware Company W. R. BOLES Proprietor ' Importers and Jobbers Nth rc Pbl Sq QJXI4-Q 4lIt'lIlf7IlliS, flvvllll. CUPID'S MODERN WEAPON LANK55 HGCOLATE DISTINCTIVE - PURE - DELICIOUS ST. LOUIS P 1 T l111z1.11'f'd-fifty Hill CreSt Dairy The Home of the Jersey and Barred Rock CutF!owe1'sforEve1'y Occasion JAMES STONE, JR., Manager II-IONIQ No. 406 R. I" D N 5 OXFORD, MISS. I XIII IIII XXI XNIIII P IIHHNI FIIICIC Ilbillcr Ibotel ForEveryPurp0se I'I11Im' 337 li XIII x I I 1 II Y, I km True-Tagg Paint Company MENIPIIIS,TENN. Xl ll w Il un fllzlnllrrl lilly-lmu 1IlHIIIIiIIlIilIillillilllllillilliliiliIIHHIHINIHIillilliliiIHIHIHIiIIiIINIHIHIHIHINIINIHIHIHHIHIHIIIIiiI1IIiIIiIiiIHIiiIiiiiliililliliiliililliiliIHIHIHIHIHIiIiiIIiIiiIiIINIilliiiilliliililliliililIilliIHIHIIIIiliiIiIHIHIilIIIHIHIiIIlIiiliIiiliililIiIiiIiIIilIiIiIliliililiilillilliliiliiIHHIliliililiiIiiIIIHINIIHHIHIHINIHI ABSOLUTELY FIREPROOF l11'g.5est. il2lIlliSUllll'Sf 111111 host fllI'IliSill'4i hnti-I 111 the mtv uf' 1 3il'lIlIliliS. H1111-s 351.541, Wifihblli Imth 111141 352.00 pe-1' day 111111 11pw111'd with lmth. Spevizil 1-:mls 11111410 for 11111- lllg the mlzly giwsts 111' slinppws. Splmislicl 111111-I1 11111111 UIP0l'ilit'1i ill 1'UIlllt't' with the lmtel. T1-ll your friviuls visiting M 1- 111 lb I1 i s WI11-re fu s Y u pf' fiull 6 :l.......,...q...g...o.-.o...Q...q...q.-.- ,,,..g.--Q-Q-o-on-Q-o-0-Q.--0-0.0-oc? 5 Compliments of 5 West en ucy oa o. 5 3 K t k C IC 3 3 Exclusive Miners and Shippers 2 E 3 Paducah, Ky. Q 5 2 3.,,-...-..-..-..-...-...-..-..-.-..-...-...-.-.-..-..-..-...1 Prlfli' Tam lzznzdrrd fifly-llzrrf' Tie GRU EW LD NEW ORLEANS EUROPEAN PLAN gflccommodations for 1200 Guests THE SOUTH'S JKCOST JXCAGNIFICENT HOTEL 'l'llrw' Kt'rlilllI'll l llll'l'li0ll. im-lueling ilu' xxurlcl-rvnowm-ml "CAVE" I I f lilrvul fifly-lLnl1r W The University of Tennessee PROFESSIONAL SCHOOLS Memphis COLLEGE OF MEDICINE COLLEGE OF DENTISTRY SCHOOL OF PHARMACY Offer Special Advantages to Southern Students NEXT SESSION OPENS SEPTEMBER 22, 1917 For catalogue and further information address: The Registrar-Bursar, UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE, MEMPHIS, TENN. Pagf' Taco llznzdrrd fl Chambers Office Supply 81 Typewriter Co. Dealers in Everything for Your Office and f 4 . . . . f J 'T 01uJz1Z Everything in Typewrnters J n1:uf"". Exclusive Agency TFHLQRS THRT 5FlT'5FY L. C. Smith 8: Bros. Typewriter Co. "Ball Bearing, Long Wearing." SMITH 85 ATKINSON RENTS, REPAIRS, SALE OR EXCHANGE University, Miss, Edwards Hotel Building, Jackson, Miss. The Old Reliable Co. Trained Expert Cleaners and Dyers Hatters As good as the name will clean it I I lumlrrd jfffy-.fix O P0 la zf z n e FRICTION REDUCING QYVIOTOR OIL STANDARD OIL COMPANY DAVIS MIZE ' ' 85 CGMPANY L1ttleElGommerc1o TI W d --T I f.1g?.1r whglesule cfm-S I STERNBERG lk SONS OXFORD. MISS MEMPHIS. TENN. ADT IIT! ENCRAVFR! DDINTEDI' M LWALJKCC Wlf X, Dm - fr . r - wai, ..f, gii !il? f?,, .V-,,., Q53 rmmmmfmnrl 565 Q fNc:rnAv1Nc co 9,3 ilu . me rii '. R f. 4 y s U" 'vugj' 'lr1'V'. W- U ' 1, 1- ' ' ,MI W.11111+.P1w' --1-M.-'-1 1 -1 1 - '1' 7 . 11, 'I - ,1 ', ' 1 :xwqj 1- II.I.I':Q,,,1II1u:f'?.v?,I11I I 15 I, .f ff,1I'I 1. . V ' 1 " ' I "-' 1 - I " I' .-I I - ' V' I. ,gxI,II1,sI11M 3Igt1III.iI. 1 1 -5 . 1 ' I ' . 1 -- 1' - ... - . - -1 '1 '7' , . I A . "v ",.f' 1 I , -Nb , ,II I1 1 fl-' 1 f ' :1-f . 1 1 '. 1, 1I,,I15 V . . 1 I I, 1 II , I QI II I 1 1 . ' I 1 I 1. 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