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V515--'Y' A -' ALFRED HUME, C. E., D. Sc., LL. D. Vice-Chancellor Dean of the College of Liberal Arts Professor of Mathematics VVALLER S. LEATHERS, M. D. Dean of Medical School Professor of Histology JOHN H. DORROH, B. E., C. E. Dean of Engineering School Professor of Civil Engineering JOHN CLAYTON FANT, A. M., Pd. D. Dean of the School of Education Professor of Secondary Education LEONARD JEROME FARLEY, B. S., LL. D. Dean of the Law School Professor of Law HENRY MINOR FASER, Ph. G. Dean of the School of Pharmacy Professor of Pharmacy JAMES VVARSAXV BELL, B. P., M. A. Profesor of Economic and Political Science Dean of the School of Commerce and Admin- istration ALFRED VVILLIAIVI IVIILDEN, B. A., Ph. D. Professor of Greek Language and Literature ALEXANDER LEE BDNDITRANT, A. B., NI.A. Professor of Latin Language and Literature DAVID HDRACE BISHOP, A. B., M. A. 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Professor of Physics and Astronomy JOHN NISSBIT SXVAN, A. .M, Ph. D. Professor of fhemistry BILLY SYLYESTER GVYTON, M. A., M. D. Professor of Pathology and Bacteriology XYINN DAVID HEDLESTON, A. B., D. D. Professor of Philosophy and Ethics ROSXVELL XV. ROGIERS, B. S., M. A. Professor of Iiducation ARTHITR BOO-N12 CROSIISR, B. S. Professor of Accountancy and Secretarial Work GICORGE ICNGICRRANIJ, Ii. S. LICIENCIE IN BOTANY AND GEOLOGY. Assistant Professor of Romance Languages and Instructor in Geology "lIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllillllllllIllllllilllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll I u mummu um in .in unnnunmnmmummm:Innumnnmunmumnm n u ' n u m ' . '1"'f5Wl1.'si'f4 ?T:v 15- P.-Auf. s 1.111 " ' -' 1-if .'-1'f.'f :+ff'v-.frrw -- 'sri' 1 '1-"if-V4 f"""""f9'5'iSlf5fiJ-'f"' itfiwf?-'F' 4 J-ai? if , if . V if T3T'2,"Qiifik:-'-fgysff - 3 I, 7 ""T'-'?.f5uG1 5 .eg-' . . 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Professor of Hygiene MISS HELICN MALTBY Secretary to the Chancellor bl. Lf IZSKRIDUIE, St-crt-tary of the University MRS. IQDNA IQATMAN LUXVIE, A. B. Dean of XVotnen Instructor in llonie licononiics MISS MINNIIQ BRADY Hospital Nurse RUBICRT 'l'ORRY, B. P. Associate Professor of NIZIIIICIDIIIICS MISS MARY ,IANI-1 IIARPIER Secretary of llygit-ne Depnrtinent JOHN Dt-WI'I'T FURR. B.S.,M.A. Soperinta-ntlent of Power l'lnnt . M. C. lfAl'l.RNl-IR, Assistant St'crt'I:try of tht' l'nix't'rsity RAY ll. l.I'fliA'I'li, B. S., M. A. SQ'l'I'l'IIlI'f of Y. 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VVhen some three years later the University of Mississippi first opened its doors to searchers after higher knowledge, it began that notable career of sacrifice and service which has meant so much to the State. From the first it attracted eminent men to act as instructors, and after a few years, boasted of equipment second to none in the South. From its class rooms went men who became power- ful forces in the state and nation: men whom the love of monev could not buy, nor the force of threats coerce, but men who stood always for the best in morality and citizenship. The work of the University was arduous, but well done. The people took a just and kindly pride in its development, and in its luster-hallowed record. The men who departed from its doors went well equipped in affairs of state, science, or literature to contribute their aid in the molding of humanity's better forces. Fortunes favor seemed content to remain undisturbed by warring factions and bigoted prejudices, and Qle Miss bade fair to continue in her path of progressive development commensurate to the resources of her mother State. lint, alas! an evil day lay in store for this great and humble servant of the State. Her people who had fostered and nurtured her through the tr ing days of infancy and early youth, those who had most materially aided and encouraged her in her rapid development, passed away, and in their stead came a people who understood and appreciated neither the growing needs nor the brilliant achievements of this great fountain-head of their intellectual life. Came the day when the appropriations, the food and drink of every State institu- tion fell away and the once proud and well-equipped University began to struggle under the mighty handicap of niggardly appropriations, unjust criticism and undervaluation. L'ndismayed-the brave men at her head never faltered, never hesitated, but as best they could-with meager support, insufhcient equipment, and underpaid instructors kept the dear Old School Page Tfwenty-jifve 'lllllllllllllllllllmlm lllmllllllllllllllllmllllllllllllllllilllllllllllllllllllllllllllmlllllimllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIIllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll ' f5jy:"Lj q-.,".3f3g1,5r- f,---fm.3s,rc3gj pg." ' . . f'5-gy'-, ?1f!.',X--4-n".i-if.-Q .:.-was J """"1'!5?31Sl1Bf'?2?fi5i':?5T?9"' ,,f"' Fi? '- 3,5 122, wg' rf -' L. -, '13-1' 7' ' if JS'-x 1 t , Wa. m.4.g5,3. ra j An, - .,.,-, A , 5 ij: j.. Q ?h5,vjsi21q.p,l',g:i,-gy. . -'lfl-iff: .f e .- - 'fs' - ,. ':L5"ilL.fZ-'L saw fL,'a'-Mfvfzf ies 31.1. its-we-7:1-'. A -. 12?-ff., . : -.,,.f:f. QfiKf:tQwfzsfvfsig l in the forefront of educational institutions-sending a constant stream of enlightened, industrious and well-equipped men into every walk of life to act as leaders in the struggle after a better existence Came the day when rumblings and signs of disapproval of the niggardly handling of its greatest asset issued from the people of the State and today, after an interval of a score of years. tickle fortune seems again about to shed her lustrous smile upon her one-time friend and protege. The people have awakened to the needs of their L'niversity. and the once indifferent legis- lature is about to claim its long-neglected ward and steadfast friend. May it heed the summons of opportunity and release the slumbering powers of lil tllllffi kgx af" "..i.4.... Ole Miss from the binding' restraint of inadequate support and unappreciated effort. Then, and then only, can the State L'niversity serve all the people to its best ability and fullest extent. Then, and not till then, can Ole Miss render in full that great service of educating the youth of the State, for which all the people are taxed and for which only a few receive compensation. The past is gone-let there be no regrets. The present is alluring, and holds a prophecy of happier days. I.et us concern ourselves not with that which has gone before, but that which is to come. XX'hat shall be the future of our .Nlma Mater? It must be more truly the servant of all the people, and this is impossible without adequate pecuniary support. lt innst be in the future. as in the past, the advance guard of tolerance and broad comprehension. It innst more truly encourage the youth of this great State for a fuller realiza- tion of their capacities and potentialities. No longer inust thirsty Wanderers after the fountain of knowledge be denied admittance into their State Uni- versity beeause uf lack of dormitory facilitiesg no longer must the equipment be time-worn, nieager. and obsolete. lint there should be a place for each and every child of every citizen of the State, and to them should be offered Purim' Tftcrrlly-Jia' 'IlllIIIIlllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllIIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllmlllllllllllllllllllll lllllll lllllllllllllllllllllllllll lllllllIllIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIIllIllIlllIIIIlllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllll 4 K 0 ,- .G , 5'5" 'Lib ,g,.',f-V4 ,Q-is -:l!1,jV4.-2"'f Wm , I, ,,, '6:'f2'!-Q'?Siff45f..i?AT' '-"""912Pf'i"l I' " ' 'V Q',lTf'.'x Q' 4"-'t.'+""-1-'j': 'i 'Ti' 1-"'1t?-V "K" " 5.53" 'TfQ-fffiff .-' 'g ""-ws., f. 3, 4- -1, ., - J' ,g , . v , -, ,r-.f.ff,,1:-.. H 'ive Q-.Ui 5' '- 'F 5 6.51 :'- . ff'-. if '-gy 1 -vfifiil-Ti fi -5- , ,-gwfiuelv-4' ' 1 4 I wwf -'Q ig , 1 V. ,' 'siipf .aw f ..,u..'-V ,UN M .,, L- . Qs., , , , . ., , , tn,-. l M. ui Q '-"P 'fl'-1':,-192 2.1-'fx , fu 'T Hgh" ,-, ., - '. 1' f L' N: 414' -4-.. ferr' 22.375 '10 -' Y ti. .ma 'uf-2 .-'X if - -1-..-vi--'i'.s Q - 1 -W .. f ..-1-6 .. . Q., .-fJ2:l.." -"H- 'N V 'ti' .nf ww-we-'si '- iv' 91-an-if-iumv'7"1"s Z' Z the hest instruction that the resiiurccs tif Il great State can secure. Then, :incl not till then, can the L'niversity serve all the purple as it wuuldg then, :incl nut till then, will all the citizens realize thzit lu them their L'niversity is their greatest friencl and asset. i Ole Miss is the greatest unrl must hninlile 5L'I'Y2llll tif the peuple. That she may become more truly the instructm' ul' all mir yiiutli, :intl that with the years will ctinie only increztseil inztteriztl pimspt-i'ity Zlllll eiiliziiict-fl greatness is the ardent wish of every friencluf:ulx':tm'eii1ent in the S kit 41" 'rf E. L. C. Pagf Tfwfvity-Jr'-l'1'n mllnlIIlIIIIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllIIlllllllIllIIIllIIllIIllIllIIIIlIIIIlIIlIlllllllmulIllulIllmllllilmllllllmlimnnlnlmnmllImlullmnnunmmunn ulnunm mi Q M Q3 xftune F Q , -. 'fQ'.iJT'i,.:, 'Zi-1:'w , Q' " """ v 'i"1f..t-Q4 -' J ' ,t.,,f,3-,'f,.' .4 AA ,age H 5,2-'E f-2 f IA. ' fg-1, . 1, -eg: iv in v'a,..g.' 351.153 Ei-if jpl. 3 5, '- T1 "','f,,,-.gg 5.5 3 'tx xg-if-, Q ig, -Jw iJ1,".'- " .X .V..s1'-nr: .1-YW 1 -.v,.l'. . - iii"-'-1 - 1 -.- .. " s.---'fu ,. . - 5 :'j?5Ts5l 'r"' - ii is L-v ' 1- E 1 ""'K"'.-r-ifxinv-lf' i"A'!!'4Y4. E2Jq"i'g To Our Alma Mater KATHLEEN BALDWIN Goodbye, Alma Mater! The haunting' memory of the happy days New ending oft shall luring you hack Tu the fellows that we lived with, fought with, loved with, In class rwom. or on campus, Held, and track! But-goodbye l Before us sundry worlds to eunquer lie NYith heckoning promise that is fire To our ynuthg for even thu' we meet with hardships, XYe must seek the Land of lleart's Desire! liooclhye. .-Xlma Klater! ililll' lfutnre calls, and we must answer: yet .'Xnihitiun gratified complete. Lfainiot replace in nur life thy nameless charm Made up in parts uf lilad and Sad and Sweet. llnt-gcmdhye! 'l'hy many lessons that have fused themselves Into our being, shall, we ween, Nut he lurgut: lint stand us true in need Thu! many years and miles shall intervene! .Xnd so-goodbye! l'fufr Tf1L'rrlly-figlll 'IIIIHIIllllllllllllllIIIHIHHIIIIIIIIIIIIlIllIIIIllllllllllllllllllillllllIlllllllllllllllllllllillilllllllllllllllllllllllllll I Illllllllll Illlllllllmlll llllllllllllllllll llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIllllltllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllluf , ., . ,. ..,, ,,. ,,..,.,, , ' '- - Q-x'.44D 1" 'B-'T' ' fl' , ' 5-'F' 'L 1 Y' if 7' ' T " 'S 1 r nr? +23I,'f'AfJT ZTF1' 41 'if f--..'f-F,-5f1'ffff"bi ' .2 ,A "" ,"-,- A' 5-Q f , if ff,112,n"f'ff:agfffff fi,'2.15'5f 'jfvfk-.: Slnwrf-?.i', f , Q f"""'v"" m .-5 'F ls Y 1" Q .I 4 ' '7:E1"1"f :I f'5'?f-7 PWILQ 1-,Q 'N fl? W ' - t , W 'T 11-T ,. WX ' ' w X 'f X ffx , xx o ' X O . XX D XL A 1 xx rf 41 0 fb J A - H f N X C N J N . L e I K f y , 5 ' X x I M EX X N w J E 1 X r 1 ka 1 Y 1 X , ff xx xr R X f M ' I I N I ' xx 5 X 1 l x 2 All S X - f K A LASSES 'MIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllrlIIlllllllllllllllllmlillllIIIIllllllllllllllllllllIIllllIHnllllllllllllnllmunulnmllnmnumnnllmulmlllmulnmln ml uln lnuum ummum " . ' A! 3 rf - w-, - -9. ,r f , J, , ,141 Us-:Q 1-A v 11 n A '- Q 1 5 r 1 Q f Q i If 1' K . gg M, , . -V., Avg, f if JI, I ,,.,, -uni, ei gvbfqxar. V . M :nfl-5 91 'F "A 5 .5 e, if W 1'+','5 . gn 44 x 1- ' ff ' if A IIA- 1-Y Q. A-, ' . .rv , x , - r N - Senior Literary Class uwlcrilzs LL luslc 1 N , 1 N r lxcnuu n cm 1 xxtm fr- myllnlutn Sxgx "'Y-X2 J-Xxx E V1 -, 'msg r-X f X ' 'is fffywfffy wwf f f X f 4 . gfqi V , ir, Y - , xx? Y Wii 1 'r-"" ,ii -,ii ,-X ..- - -2.5.2-N -1- "Ziff . - J U .,1.. , 5. , 4 19 .QA Y db ,, 3 V - p ...T f b " - 'Q-. iiv' 1. WT-7 l'm1r 'I'l1irly KnIw1'I Kqlllfk SlHY1lH ., . . ,,,,, ,,,,,,, f----,-- I y I'CSifll'l1t Ifclwrml l.ilc NIllI'IDhI'l'l' .. Yi ' '- " I ' lam 1 H1 In-rv 'l1Hl1liH.1'1I , 50 Q' 'P Vf I' Xl: VB' Vzmim- XY- I-l. r M N -- ll'-' 'i 111 , V -x xr Y---. xjjx' Xgwzfxx xxx XY, QT 5' ,f 5 ' ff' , if ' K X' X S 7- xr X " ' w f , I ' ,ff r -Qfsf ,Yrs , 1 ' . X, V -V V - -V , -, cj? f- X X 5 . , I" X 1, B K I Q14 an-A 5 . .uk ' "' 1 'VI X ,. A ML I 1 H Y r ,N r K I H , If 5 , L, W 13,1-1 A-9 Sir 'MU' 1, , . 'P Q43 fl , ws., if T 1 Q 1 ' 'Q " ' - qi' vi ,,. -VS.. diy - . "' H'-f 552 - '-'ea' " " 912 .. If "On his piercing eye .amlmlmlllllunnllllllllmllmlllmmnullllllullllmmllllllulullmlllllllllmmlllllllmllllmllnmmlluluuunnnumnmuuumummnmnnImm numunm num n u n n u mi .fe''lfl-'mai-:saw-11' riser f 'HQ fssi.-Gif'-f""'iL5i4 is Q,21,2i5gS' -fZfl,'gx?i,-f' 'Pg' 15, '51, -'ww ,433 . 1'37'Q,-'gtirpeilgs :I -J--'-'. -4--?f,sr51:"a2 it iff .55 lg YQ3,fie1.Q-,2,5agQg1i' fx fX1.,"f3sisg--'fgf1'?5'3454-csyprefi-Sr, . .,,.L1q.,, . ffqlsiffgs. . 4 ---.1f-ins!!-2194. Ji??l'Qf:erf'1i?--l . is Fl CARL I. BAGWELL, B.A. Eupora, Miss. Sat 0bser'Uati0n,' on each glanee of thought Derision j0ll'd". Varsity Football '17, '18, '10: Varsity Baseball '18, '19: President Phi Sigma: Mississippian Board of Control: Assistant .Athletic Director '18-10: In- tercollegiate Debater '1O. We refuse to believe Professor Bell's Political 1 Science, or the Phi Sigma Literary Society could continue to operate. without this "oracle of wis- dom." Not a prince in banquet halls. but a capa: ble, hardworking fellow. H. H. BELL, BA. Trenton, Miss. "Whate'er he did was done with so mueh ease. In him alone 'twas natural to please." i Red and Blue Club: Masonic Club: Webb School Club: U. S. Navy: Sullivan's Hollow Club: Crow's Nest '17: Yellow Dog Club. An ex-ladies' man, school teacher, and warrior. A serious hardworking student, who places his classes first in his attention, yet who has as much fun as the next fellow. HENRY ANDERSON BUTLER, B.S. Liberty, Miss. "Unm0'ved, calm and serene he walks, He has the gait of a tractor engine." Millsaps 1016-1917: Kappa Sigma: Masonic Club. Not endowed with the beauty of Apollo, but a man of keen intellect, pleasing personality, and ' aggressive force. His fondest dream is that of a cozy bungalow on the banks of the Susquehana i with Cdeletedl. STEWART HARRISON BUTLER, B.S. McCalls Creek, Miss. "Labor fonquereth all." A steady, industrious student. A man who would weep if his grades fell below A, which he never did. Cupidls darts will fall harmlessly about him. Page Thirty-one 'ulllulIMIllllllllllllllllllltllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllltIllllllllllllllllllIllIlllllllllllIllIIIllIllIllllIIllllIlIllllllllllIllllllllllllllllnllllulnnlnumnI1IIIullIllmmmlulllmlnlunumnnlnlluumnuunnunn- f.-7 -,---, ss , -. ,, . ,, ,.-, Rafe pl- -I --.ff , . ,ig ,, A s, . -r , ,, ,vs lx.-.gt - . -:1 '-s-1. as 1: vw-'vj Mf.'i5jL,fLg5Q'?,34'fjifxaixrtf- , .-5,1162 ... 5142-fig s 4 figfi, 'ui' . si. . - ,ak Arfi .-.--'r "5-P'-' KJ' . ' if-'f f- Q 5.-G ' 3'-' il' "if ' ' Us s-sniff' --i"t"33 ' 2. ,-. 1,1 fx' -gs' 334' 7 - ' 'FY' Qt . Q A 5 ,J Ae- Y :M.p,.1!'f,1.FfurV-2??5g ,. ,.1,.1A .3 fl' fr s Ars-g 1 ,fb -- 2 'f --"':4.-""3i' fi-,"-'Nfv"fZfT5:' A'2i,!e-.svnu-e-TSW A . ..s. L23 CT-17-'1" .s . f i-f-Lvrw454.'hiQ?3E'1Kf:t--ffih.--gig 35 nil :lar 'l'f1tl'ly-I-lan JAMES WILSON CARNATHAX, B.S. Oxford, Miss. ".l mon who seemx of cheerful yesterdays .-ind fonjident to-morr0u'5." A local boy whom we are glad to number among our friends in town and to whom we are indebted for many kindnesses. ANDRE BLYTHE CARXEY, BS. Clarksdale, Miss. "They ore never alone that are orrompanied with nofrle thoughts." Sigma Chig Y. M. C. A. Council '17, 'ISL Y. M. C. A. Cabinet '10, 'ZOQ Yice-President Red and Blue Clubg junior Prom Dance Committee: Ole Miss Dance Committee '18, '101 Vice President A. S. B. O. 'ZOQ Yarsity Football '10, 'ZOQ Varsity Baseball '103 Captain Baseball 'ZOQ Bone Dry Clubg "M" Clubg Mississippian Board Control 'ZOL Crow's Nest Club: Hermaean: American Legion. Small in stature. but big in heart, .Alpha is one of the most popular fellows on the campus. Whether climbing tlag-poles. bewildering opposing batteries, or making love, he excels in all. A man with no enemies, but many friends. ELIZA SOMMERYILLE CHEEK, B.S. Canton, Miss. "Happy om I. from rare I am free, ll'l1y oren't they all contented like me." Ole Missesg Honor Councilg Alph Theta. One whom the graces have smiled upon. Lov- able by nature and studious by inclination-she is one entitled to an opinion of her own. Her out- ftzinfling trait is her love for Sophomore Physics. EDWARD LOUIS COCHRAN, B.S. Balrlwyn, Miss. "One who loeev the odor of powder and perfume." A A. A. H.: University Club: Scribblersg Vice- Presirlent Y. M. C. A.: Intercollegiate Debater '19g Chief Hobo A. A. A. H. '103 Vice-President Sopho- more Classg Odom Prize, 'ISQ Fleasg Bone Dry Club: Secretary He-rmaean 'ISQ Gordon Hall Board Control 'ZOQ Y. M. C. A. Council '18g American Legion: Mississippian Board Control 'ZOQ Athletic liclitor Mississippian 'l8g Editorfin-Chief Mississip- pian '103 .Athletic Editor "Ole Miss" '18, '19g Hditorsin-Chief "Oli Miss" 'Z0. His efforts at scribbling, his love C?i of hard work and uncensored vocal propensities distinguish him as one set apart from the rest of mankind. 'ltilllt llllll ll llllll lllll llllllllllll llllllllllllllllllllllllllIIlllIIIIlllllllllllllllllmllllllllIIllllllllllllllllllll Illlllllllllllllllllllll ' llllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllillIIIllIllIIIIllllllltllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllf' s ftflaff-fi' 'l"'irJ71?i?Tf?ii,Ef as ' - si'-is iw1-'A-MesaWes'sfffffelia-:f.4-Jie.:-ilfiiittf' . g',,1g4i5Z.g-s+fe9X+:gr 3 ,f,f'f212 ""',w. 1:-'Q 1 JJ j g wnvefktf- , 3,2-1 .1-Q tiff-3 -wi, g,':c,.g5--- .5gf'sih:r?lQ,5 - ', I -"'1' , qQv.f',s?.Ef.4--1 1 . ' ,h . . 5" -.MGP in F. .3 ZR ff -.l,'jg f'fffa-f'r"?:1xi1-1:1 .2i,c.s-.ear ff wtf :-.few-1-'Q' 5: 5-v, of ' ' Q ' ii4f2'i7'lz:ff1" -' ' -r-"fry" . 1.5.4. c ,Luz -.1 -' 'nies 3.-QT. ...I .kk '27, 'I . .Q Q,14fI'fg1,, 1 . Y. -lg Mgsvfv H 7 I 5: A . :"1. 41" V -Y Q'.- f"'R"'!"'f'a.r-,'9'lHU4'4 wgwhbx EDMUND M. COVVART, B.S. Water Valley, Miss. "All his faults are .melt that one loves him the better for them." Red and Blue Club: Senior Dance Committee: Varsity Football '17, '18 '10: Captain Football Team '10: "M" Club: President, Medical Club: Bone Dry Club: Yellow Dog Club: Y. M. C. A. Council '17, '1S: University Orchestra '17, '13, 'l0. A gentle-tongued, modest, handsome fellow whose , looks have made many a fair maiden sigh. .Always near the top whether on the Athletic held. or in , the class room. RUFUS HORTON CREEKMORE, B.S. Water Valley, Miss. i'Ability wins us the esteem of true men: Iztek that of the people." Red and Blue Club: Chairman Red and Blue Dance Committee: Varsity Football '1S. '10: "M" Club: Mgr. Interclass Athletics: Athletic Editor An- nual '1O, '2O: Vice-President junior Class '18, '10: . Bone Dry Club: Blackstone Club: American Legion: f A University Orchestra '17, '1S. - A Being from Water Valley and professing an ac- quaintance with E. M. Cowart were his greatest drawbacks. "Benny" is a ladies' man, long, grace- ful, and admirable to even himself. SEBRON C. CULPEPPER. B.S. Wiggins, Miss. "Merit was ever modest letzownf' American Legion: Y. M. C. A. Council: Scrub Baseball '1S: Medical Club: Red and Blue Club: Senior Dance Committee: Taylor Medal. The lad from South Miss. with the tailor-made shape. Cully was never known to eat more than twenty-seven skids and utterly abhors anything stronger than water. J. PRESTON DAVIS, B.S. Bond, Miss. "Doubt that the Sun doth move: But newer doubt I love." Phi Sigma '17, '18: Glee Club '17: Y. M. C. A. '16-20: Y. M. C. A. Council '18: Medical Club '10, '20. Day before yesterday he had his hair parted in the center. He always gets the front row at all musical comedies and never fails to carry opera glasses. Page Thirty-three mlllllllllllllllllllllltlllllll lllllIllllIllllllllllllllltllll1111111IlllllllllllllltlIl1lll1l1111llll1Il11llltlllllllllIIIHllllIlllltuIllllllInlllllllllltlllulunlllnlltlnmmm annum ulllnllllu nllnnm nm nun -K , pr A AL: fini L X y ,xi in-B ...Q .t -s 1 ,Y zgsnfatggt 1 at-.-,-V, -,,, -. ,,.. ..,f. , .1-swf-V, -..,,.. . ,lf ,. sv. -..,q-,,,,,, .Y .ay - -at A--5 :J W 125.119-''ff---:sf 1' ' '...' '+s-.mis " 'wt 1' ' e At WW . s at 'f 'T' ,gf we ', ,1,-f.-1 -Y, 1-QQ - J, .- ps At., e fs K'-1 '. a sq, - ff-. y - 'Q 1 '-- Y mf g .- if J ,s . ia- . . - . :"-. 'P iz- f'-'ra vf ff V-:YY-'sg f 77' f' " '-si-r-'f ."'f' . l 1.U, ,. . Y. tv.. . I ,4'- 1-v,. A-, .-N0 If .. .1 -g , -..s.f'. . -Q. . - at-' -' -s . -. -.- ., s -,,,.-F. . . 'J lx 1,"',-1' . P.f,,9mu-If 'K 1 l 1 Ei.--" ::....-ur. 'urn lllll ly' lou: Lil,.-. ... SARA RUTH DEAN, BA. Greenwood, Miss. ".1ll that I xfmglzt, I have, or ever seeking shall arqzfiref' Reporter Greek Club, '17, '18, '10, '20: Secretary- Treasurer Pre-Med. Class 'ISL Secretary-Treasurer Iunior Medical Class, '10, Honor Council, '10, '20, Mississippian Staff '17, '18, '10, 'ZOQ Medical Club, G. M. C. U. L.g President of Alpha Theta Literary Society '20. Her amusements and recreations are uniformly innocuous. dissecting, poetry, etc. Space, modesty and the lady forbid us to say more. HINDMAN DOXEY, B.S. Holly Springs. Miss. "Inf thereft delight in love, 'tis when I see Thu! heart, which others bleed for, bleeds for me." President Y. M. C. A. 'ZOQ President Sophomore Class: Most Popular Boy '101 Chairman Junior Prom Committee 'ZOQ Yice-President Hermaean '10, 'ZOQ Secretary Scribblers 'ZOQ Red and Blue Clubg Ole Miss Dance Committee '103 Cheer-leader '18, '10: Intercollegiate Debaterg Treasurer American Legion: Hermaean Orator 'ISQ Y. M. C. A. Cabinet '18, 'l0: University Club: Blackstone Club: Ole Miss Staff '10: Mississippian Staff '18: Bone Dry Club: Crow's Nest Clubg Yellow Dogs: Ole Miss Board Contrc-lg Mississippian Board Controlg Sec- retary Gordon Hall Board Control: Athletic Board Control: A. S. B. O.: P. O. Club, Honor Councilg Historian Freshman Class A man with Holly Springs characteristics. Tall, lean. with dreamy eyes-his is a figure to command attention. Born to command, but just as willing to follow MARY McNliII.L DUXLAP, B.S. University, Miss. "Can ieivrly tell wlmt hour 0' the day, The flock does xlrike by algebra." Taylor Medal in Mathematics '1Sg Student As- sistant in Bacteriology and Pathology 1018-10, 1019- 203 Yarsity Basket Ball 101o-1020: Captain Basket Ball '2O: G. M. C. U. L.: Greek Club. One who achieves what she desires. An authority on Mathematics and Bacteriology. A lady with rare accomplishments and enviable record. BRYAN ENGLAND, B. A. West Point, Miss. "I um not in the roll of conzmon men." Y. M. C, A, Cabinet '20, Greek Club: News liditor Mississippian '10g liditor-in-Chief Mississip- pian 'ZOQ Ole Miss Staff '103 Honor Roll '17, '18, '10g Rhodes Scholar, Oxford, iiugland '103 Historian Sophomore Class. He stands out asa man to be followed-'first in all he undertakes. :X Rhodes Scholar from Ole Miss, he is at present in Oxford, lingland. A great future awaits his tntrance. "IIIllIIllllllllllllllIlllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllmllllllInIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllmllllllllllIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllIllIllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIllllllllllllllllllllllll lllllllllmllllilllllllllllll L '-l:':n',Tf-. 'fp P Tipp- .h-.ff 4 s 5,'1,:.1--,WTF -N . 0-X-'---71, .qui --,i,. 4,1 F-.js-4' MQ? " .-.-1112357--I If J F ,wg .-gg..-N,.0'st.'e R--Slliqvlwai 4,1 is-'V-1 5 4 5 r- 'lI'f3"'ff:'2f'T3i'Fbhsshwrifflif- 1 ' ....l1'.-- 1 75--'fix . ig? l Levi iran! -Q A. P. GEORGE, B.S. Nitta Yuma, Miss. "Why all this toil and trouble?" Hermaean 1o'Z03 Bone Dry Club 10-173 Scrub Football lo-17: Y. M. C. A. Council 17-183 Yar- sity Football 17-183 "M" Club Secretary: 17-183 A. A. A. H. 17-18, Hermaean Chapter Alpha Phi Epsilon 17-183 Pres. A. A. A. H. 17-183 Masonic Club 10-203 Varsity Football 10-ZOQ A. S. B. O. Treas. lo-201 Board of Control "Ole Miss" 10-203 American Legion3 Ole Miss. Treas. 1O'2OQ Historian. American Legion 10-20. Quiet, unassuming, a man of few words and strong feeling. A splendid athlete, a good student, and one with all the ear-marks of success. FRANCES GILES, B.A. Chalybeate. Miss. "1 value science-none can prize it moreg It gives ten tlzouxarzd motives to adore." President Honor Council, 10-20g G. M. C. U. L.3 Y. W. C. A. Cabinet, Secretary Y. W. C. A. 103203 Greek Club3 Medical Clubg Secretary Senior Medi- cal Classg Vice-President Alpha Theta. Small in stature, sweet in disposition, and brilliant in mind she is one whom many admire and none dislike. An omnivorous reader of novels and home- brewed poetry. F. T. HARVEY, B.S. Oxford, Miss. "I1'lz0 .tlmll decide, when dnetorx disagree, .find xrzzmdest faxzzixtx doulit, like you and me!" First Violin, Orchestra 17-203 Grub Moocher, A. A. A. H. 18-103 Chief Hobo. A. A. A. H. 10-203 Secretary and Treasurer, junior Medical Class 10- 203 Medical Club. Big in body and soul, jovial in disposition and keen in intellect. One of the best'liked fellows on the campus, with a weakness for Freshman Math. S. H. HAWKS, B.S. Meridian, Miss. "There is 110 eozffage, but in irzizorence, no ron- stancy but in an honest cause." Freshman Medal3 Hermaeang Y. M. C. A. Coun- cil and Cabinet3 Mississippian Staff, '17Q Ole Miss Staff '17-183 Odom Prize, division, During his residence at Ole Miss "Cicero" has firmly established himself as a man of independent will and true merit. Modest, unassuming. but al- ways for the right, he has a firm place in the affections of his friends. Illllll Immmmmumlmnnuumnnnuunuumnunumnummmuununumuumnmnm n nmmmun n :IIIIllllIIlllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllll lllllllllllllllilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIllllll "5 'I :A B Quwwrltip-QV -.Kun .IJ 4-Lai rvvwsiaiq b 4 z -: 1 4, bgaf .fel -lk. -rnI1'C?,tS3g,'gie271,?il?f3Q.1Q,- -s 7 4 Q.. -- . 12" " " 'elif-of Sei Q4 Q Fda? ef, x. - eg-ef . . 5 t 4..f.f,-t.3,fg'g3e'-,EQ vnu-ff --vw' P is . 2 -'-.--f-f15:vrnr-'lf-1j!z Q"i4c:-vffl:--N WILLIAM WILSON HULL, B.S. Meridian, Miss. "Indulge, und to thy genius freely give, For not to live ut ease is not to live." Red and Blue Club: Bone Dry Club: A. A. A. H. Club: University Club: Fleas: Y. M. C. A. Coun- cil: Y. M. C. A. Cabinet: Treasurer Y. M. C. A. '2O: Hermaean Anniversarian 'IOL Intercollegiate debater '10: President junior Class: Business Mana- ger Mississippian '2O: Baseball Manager 'ZO: A. S. B. O. Diminutive in stature. but massive in intellect. A man of voluminous correspondence, and large affairs. Apt in his studies, and direct in his deal- ings-his life journey should be toward the moun- tain top. WILLIAM PURYIS IYY, B.A. Brookhaven, Miss. "I vmy justly my, will! the CUlll1llt'l'lH' of Rome, 'I mme, I mia, I mnqueredf " Y. M. C. A. Council: Honor Student in Mathe- matics: Greek Club. Mississippian Staff '2O: Elected Best Student ,201 President Brookhaven Club '2O: Honor Roll l01o-1020: Reporter Phi Sigma 'ZOQ American Legion: Editor Book of 'Classes "Ole Miss" '2O. Manager Senior Literary Athletic Club '2O. B.A. with Distinction. For four years he hasn't cut a single class. He has two hobbies, Physics and Mathematics, and in these he has been a "community coach" and has served well in this capacity. He has made good grades and a record to be proud of. JAMES ARTHUR JOHNSON, B.S. 'I'ula. Miss. "In their men merilv, nzodex! men are dllnzlwf' Medical Club '10. '2O. Hes a lamb in a crowd, girls. but oh! mvl iust get him alone, "you'd be surprised." Besides being a good student he is well liked among his fellow students. IRA Fl'l.'l'ON .IONICS BS. Hernando, Miss. "Ile fllzwed ieitlmul llletilrirtrl prelente, .Yol tl lvzzllerflnnrer in Ihr' twin, Hu! like ll genllenlunf' llermaean Literary Society: Yellow Dogs: Medi- eal Club: Ole Miss Staff 'I0: Y. M. C. A. Council: Y. M. C. A. Cabinet 'l0: Crow's Nest Club: Ameri- can l.egion. Not a shark in Freshman Math or Sophomore Physics. but a naughty cut-up in writing love let- ters. Une of the best-natured, genial, well-liked fellows on the Campus. "IHIIltllIIIl lI IIlll I Illllll lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllIIIllIII!IllllllllllllllllllllllIllllIllllIIIIIIIlllllllllIlllllllllltllllllllllllllllHI llllllllllllllllllllllIIllIIIIIIIllIlllllIllllIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllltl .- tif-lr'551.5:"-i.?lx.aO,'xk '-""-'5E'f1FtZ'iE12:'"'. f:'af,1If.".'+Qi1'f ' , 4 "UF "vQf:29'A ig '44 ff! "2 1' '13-1 " ' if pens -vn1:,Lyf7W'4,t,?,: fi 5 'ff-3-,.-'ex'.-ilffwt 'B f ., 1 5 M fit 7 J'-11,5 1:11. j' '34 Z7 L7 W.: .-r Tv'-gg ' S. ',w,'.'3k"'f"ti4. Thin'-,lffyfg-.:. u'. , -, .A,4L1f,V. 'W HTJF., . X 'lwgm-4' lug-muff' 'Ib' A N, ROBERT DIXON KIRK. JR., B.S. Baldwyn, Miss. "Lest men suspert your tale untrue Keep probability in view." junior Promg Chief Yegg A. A. A. H. Clubg Medical Clubg "M" Clubg Bone Dry Clubg "Fleasi' Clubg Yellow Dogg Masonic Club: Secretary Her- maean Literary Societyg Y. M. C. A. Council 'l0g Scrub Football A171 Varsity Football '18g Varsity Football '1Og Varsity Baseball '1O: Second Vices President "Black Eye Boxing' Club." A tall. alert young fellow with a piercing eye. One who can make A's, play football. and take in all the shows at the same time. ASHFORD HUNTER LITTLE, B.S. Wesson, Miss. "That I might live alone once with my gold O, 'tix a sweet companion kind and true," Y. M. C. A. Council '10, '2Og Red and Blue Clubg Medical Clubg Senior Dance Committeeg Yel- low Doggsg Bone Dry Clubg Chief Surgeon "Black Eye Boxing Club." A most dependable, and wide-awake young fel- low. A social lion, and a bear in his classroom workfhe is a nrin to be reckoned with. ADDIE ELIZABETH McCAIN, B.A. Greenwood, Miss. "We knew her by her beauty and wit, Her ajiability and bashfzd modesty, Her wondronx qualitiex and mild hE'1Ill1li0?'.H "Ole Miss" Staff '10, 'ZO1 Mississippian Staff '10, '203 k'Ole Miss" Board of Control, 'ZOQ President Y. W. C. A. '18, '10g Treasurer Y. W. C. A. '202 Vice-President Greek Club, '2Og Alpha Thetag Tays lor Medal in Biology, '1Og Blues. One to whom nature has been lavish in her endowments. A girl universally esteemed and ad- mired. One who possesses the rare virtue of talking only when she has something to say. EDWARD LILE MURPHREE, BS. Okolona, Miss. "Franz the rraiwz of his head to the sole aj hir foot he is all mi1th." "Ole Miss" Dance Committeeg Red and Blue Clubg Vice-President of Senior Literary Class. Diminutive in form, but a Hercules with the ladies. An ardent exponent of the Terpsichorean art, and a fiend in education. Modest. quiet, and well liked by his fellows. 'ummlummmmunmlmmunmmmunIlmnmnuununulnnmnnmlumnuunnunmmmummmnmnnununnuumumunnnmnmnninumummmnunmnnmmmmnunnumnnmunmul 'J' , 5 '- V t-Lu al--+-I ,Iggy -. .jp 1.-'mai ' ' 1' if cv- ez -"N-131415-ts45L?'S2ifQpfJ9 ff s "P" 1' - 5. 1 .- ' 4.4-, l, .Q-,fi--5.f2,Msfs Y '- . '. .'.. "' ' ,H -.1- r .-'M 1- .f my-we-' 1-.. - LYDIA WHITE, B.S. Como, Miss. "7'l1y modexly, is ll candle to thy merit." Secretary-Treasurer of junior Class '10: Greek Club: Taylor Medal in Ethics '18: Y. VV. C. A. Cabinet. A girl of serene demeanor, attractive personality, and persuasive ways. As unaffected as the air- petty trials, and vexations Vex her not at all. NATHAN WILLIAM NEWSOM. B.A. Grenada, Miss. "Ile it. as the great poelx, nn ever freslz fountain of inspirutimz ami .yiinlullitian to those who truly Ilzinkf' Red and Blue Club: T. A. R.: Associate Business Manager "Ole Miss" 'l8: Y. M. C. A. Council 'l7: I Tappa Keg: Kappa Alpha: Mississippian Mana- gerial Staff '18: Ole Miss Dance Committee '18: Webb School Club: Gordon Hall Board of Control 'l0: Bone Dry Club: Basket Ball Manager '17, '18, '10, '2O: Athletic Board of Control '18: Treasurer .Associated Student Body Organization '10: Second Lieutenant U. S. A.: "Ole Miss" Staff 'ZO. "Bill" was the lad who absorbed all of the Latin and Greek that floated around the campus and then clamored for more. The ancient languages were not his only lines of endeavor as he is promi- nently identified with many a A Freshman Night' mare, A popluar lad. EDWARD HUNT RAY, B.S. Selma, Ala. ".l ftlulllewv body and ll blunzclexx mind." Red and Blue Club: Red and Blue Dance Com- mittee: Bone Dry Club: A. A. A. H. Club: Medi- cal Club: Vice-President of junior Med. Class: "Fleas": Varsity Football '18, '10, '2O: Captain Football 'l0: Yarsity Baseball 'l0: Y. M. C. A. Council '10, .201 Hermaean. A former Auburn lad who quickly made a rec- ord for himself on the athletic lield and in the class room, As aggressive as his red hair would imply, he stands first in the affections of lwell, it's a girl, all rightl and on the football lield. LICIGHTON W. RAY, BS. Kosciusko, Miss. "li'e gmnl, although he had murlz wil, "Ile wav wry .why of uxing it." U. S, Navy: American Legion: Medical Club: Y. M. C, A. This gentleman from Kosciusko admits that he was a bold rover of the sea in the late war and that he is proud of it. One of the most brilliant students in his class. He leaves behind him a rc- rnarkable record. 'IIIllllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIlIllIlIllllIlllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllIll lllllll lllIllllIlllllllllllllllllll lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll Il IIIIMIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII 4s 4 -pt nef1,4f fr- v fn. 5 ' 'f .7 1 1 ' --' -- " --7, ,Q-Lfiif, ,'g574'5fvr2 ,B 3 5173, "".,.1 2- fi J-'-3 , 'www L,.ff',3.471:.,fr 113' gffip .... . .Q , 4-,-- ., fe- 1 -- -- ' -, as . L' . 4,- -2311 "si - e- .. ' ", ' ' ,. -,QS , 1 -' . , - tg '-M--in 111-.-Yr-.+'J'f3'ffarm 1 IQ -I 1QL'Q.Zf1-41'q-Pl3.r'-'95 J-, 'TQ Q'-fi 'LJIW -' ' fs l' -- ff, ,v?l"4ff"Q"' 'F:,,.'5 3 1 'TQ lv, .- M tt. mga.,-f ts.-,. -, - -s - . t -..- ,, - ,.. mms . ,-s.wu-'.- ze sw- fe, V sw-vw LI' Q-uw-fir-r'es1" '11-7. JAMES ROBERT TOMLINSON. B.S. Helena, Ark. "If love is a Crime, then I am the meanert mortal that lives." Red and Blue Club: Secretary-Treasurer Senior Literary Classg Ole Miss Dance Committee: Yel- low Dogg Strugglers Club. A son of Helena and worthy of the name A conscientious student and one who can enjoy the pleasures of life without having them interfere with his scholastic work. CURTIS MCWHORTER ROBERTS, B.S. Blue Springs, Miss. 'X-l man I am, froxsed with ad'vervity." Medical Clubg Masonic Clubg Y. M. C. A.g M. M. E. R. C.: A. P. A.g M. D. University Mississippi 'l0. President Senior Medical Class. '10, It is a high conpliment to any man to say of him, "He is dependable." This compliment we give unre- servedly to this man who has met and overcome the tasks confronting him here and who will do the same with the problems of life. ROBERT CLARK STOYALL, B.S. Okolona, Miss. "The fashion wears out more apparel than the man. President of Senior Literary Class: Junior Prom. Dance Committeeg A. E. F. Club: Hermaean Lit- erary Society: I Tappa Keg: Red and Blue Clubg Class Football. A true Chestertieldian. Popular among the boys for his genial nature. and adored by the girls for his handsome face. A heart smasher, but not a tritier. CHESTER LAMAR SUMNERS. B.A. Marietta, Miss. "Along the fool sequestered 'vale of life, He kept the noiseless tenor of his way." Honor rollg Varsity Football, '173 Basket ball '18, '10, '20, Intercollegiate debater '10g President of Phi Sigma first term '10g Member "Mississip- pian" Board of Control '103 "Ole Miss" '20 Edi- toral Staff. Masonic Club. "Shorty" Sumners came to "Ole Miss" from the State Normal and quickly demonstrated by his splendid work here that his preparation had been of the highest caliber. In addition to being an ex- cellent student he was a good athlete and a master- ful speaker. fi Page Thirty-nine C, 6 5 Q qw Q 1. l' 090- ""!l'I1.lu'!1K'X'.4 flrfvdn 'lulltllllllllIIIIIIIlllllllllIllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIIllllIIll!llllllllllllllllllllllIIllIllllllIllIlIlIllllllIIlllullllllluululmllmnunnulllinmllnnlnulIHmlmlImlmIHnmlmunnlnullumllummulm ' 'I .'f5'L'.-' " H312 ff' -.-rf,r,- 1.11-: - . ,-1 - ,.'lfs. Y- isp, -- V .. 1.1. ' 96'-17 'zy-:X-A 1" 151-'H' ,mist-izsl. -5 '-if 'Sf et- far :L,., r -j .lf 4 fr: Tr ','. ...Q .s -. Av .. -11,1 .QS U.:-. ' , .4 - sf 1-ef. 3 - '. 'Q ...aff 5' ff- . if f-'tfsifvfii-,,f,2f-:.. L R is f 'ff ,L f ,C 1 wsffiv 'S ,z 4 1 in" L iv.: , .ffl '.'f' A,., ww-K' fi-ffwlr,-MW V' x1-F. . fG':El3.'??', mfr I"rn ly MARJORIE TANKERSLEY, B.S. Oxford, Miss. "Tlzerf".x nothing ill can dwell in such a temple, If tlze ill spirit have so fair a house, Good things will strive to dwell with 't." Ole Missesg "Ole Miss" Staff '20, .-X girl whose attractive personality has endeared her to all. One who is never happy save when making "A's" in her class-room work and she is always happy. JAMES S-XGER THRELKELD. B.S. Saltillo, Miss. "Blu.sl1e.v.' the heartk meteor tilting in the face." Medical Club, '10, '20, He believes that actions speak louder than words and had made it his task to achieve rather than to talk. His record as a student is a good one but as a lover is better. ED B. TURNER, B.S. Hernando, Miss. "Great Quarles are performed not Ivy strength but by perxei'er1im'e." Masonic Clubg A. E. F. Clubg American Legion: Ole Miss Engineersg Class Baseball and Footballg '14, '15, 'ITL Yellow Dogs. Here we have another quiet, unassuming: chap who has more than made good in his works. His only weakness is that of having no weakness at all. MARY PAINE WENDEL. BS. Oxford. Miss. "Time for teork, -vet take murlz lmliduy' for llflli um! friemlsl1ip'v safer." President of the "Blues" 'IOQ Assistant Art Edi- tor "Ole Miss" 'JOQ Historian Senior Class. Presiclent of the "I Should Gloomn Club. A uirl whose elieerfulness is contagious. and one who never walks across the campus alone. She is to lie a landscape IPD artist. ImIInlmuulllullnullllImmuIIIlilmmllnllllllllllllluuullHIullIllnunllImmllIllII1ilIIluluInIIImnIIuIIIIIu1IIunInuinmminnnnIImuImmumuinmnmImmuinIImmniInnmumunmmuumm t 95 ,rio ee fe, +1 4'-6 H5 ,r Mfr' ,f,.,f5f' ve-vs we-vu-f '95 1' 4 4- e-O qqwqf' -v-Nm 241' yi .sec 'J--'aww 6:12 'wr ' -f"1g17'.'f.i1"-'-yr'ff1sfr'.+ 'T """"'g?f32"f'35'1gT:fT:55!i,Zig? .-1a5"L'siri:. '-a 91-are -'L-1' if li .. P 1 L-'--1-'ev.4mt1..s -7 I I 'f-" 1 lp . .15ag'E"q4m1,,,s' :su-2' ff fy 2-,Q-'f:?51J 5: -er 1-'E ' ' 4' ity .'fkf.fsq-ki 9'x,,'g"?g we Ln t '-fe-.s .n,..q-. "vas v--e . -. -.f .. fe -.. c :em-2.-at . 1 .n,, us' ag. KATIE MAE WILSON, B.S. Hazlehurst, Miss. "Seierzee when well digested is nothing but good sense and reason." Taylor Medal in Biology bg Student Assistant in Physiology '10, Historian Senior Class '10g G. M. C. U. L.g Alpha Theta Literary Society. An exceptionally good student, an exceptionally cheerful young person, an exceptionally attractive girl, and oh-an exceptional being. ANNIE SEE WALKER, B.S. Oxford, Miss. "They prize books most who are tlzemselvex wise." Honor Roll '17,-203 Honor student in Mathe- maticsg Student .Assistant in Biology '2O. A demure little maiden of attractive personality and sparkling wit. One who considers she has not made a grade unless 'tis an "A plus." JAMES MELVIN ROWSEY. B.S. Oxford, Miss. "Character is more Irzvtiizg Ilmiz tl nzonzmzent of 7llIl7f7lF.H Greek Club: American Legion, Varsity Track Team '10, Although living in town, and being deprived of the privileges of dormitory life-he is a regular fellow, and a prince of a man. We predict for him the victory in whatever he undertakes. JAMES NICHOLAS LOCKARD, B.A. Yan Cleave, Miss. "Books mmzot always please, lzozvetier good, ,llinds are not ever eroiiirzg for their food," Red and Blue Dance Committee: Secretary and Treasurer Red and Blue Club 'ZOQ Y. M. C. A. Council '10, '20, Greek Clubg Medical Club: Bone Dry Club. A believer in the Classics and in Science. a good student and a better "fellow" he numbers his friends by those who know him. .Al l ' .l 1 45 '-A79 fs- . X, Przye Furly-one 'llllllllllll ltllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllltlllIIIIlllltllllllillllllltllllllllIllllllllllll lllIIllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll I II I II i- , K-:uf -.-me-ww: -- 'f3'5"' 1.' 'Lag ve'-1'-s!Q5F'?3l3X.f'-' 2551- ji FQ: A r Q i 1 a ' br Jin fi we-fl X 4 "" ' ' 5 ' 'L 1 ?"ff-a,1'frfi:.-is-Kfefhzfz - f m ' ' s 1-lf,"4:.f"'iifg"-'Y5"' any-rf 'S' .5 - '.-f.L:.vrvwGZ?sLlS2"iti'1'.g'-kf:t :'ii'.w- ROSA IRENE HARGIS, B.S. University, Miss. ".llz4vit' tha! brings rzvee! sleep down from the lvlixxful skies," Student Assistant in Biology '20. An industrious and well poised girl, of happy mannerisms and demeanor. Always happy and quick to see the bright side of everything. MYRTLE E. RAMEY, B.S. Indianola, Miss. "0 life, I feel thee in lhe breeze, I feel thee bounding in my 1'ein.t." Basketball '17, '10, '20, Tennis Club, Spanish Club: Alpha Theta. Her tastes in the main run to athletics and scrib- bling poetry. Popular among both sexes. she has learned the secret of making high grades with little effort. RUSSEL C, PIGFORD. B.S. Meridian, Miss. "None hu! himself can be his parallel." President Freshman Class '17, President Pre- Medical Class '18, Vice-President junior Medical Class '20, Y. M. C. A. Council '10, Assistant Busi- ness Manager "Ole Miss," '18, '10, Manager Track Team '18, '10, Track Team '10, Athletic Board Control '18, A. S. B. O. '20, Red and Blue Club, "M" Club, Bone Dry Club, "77" Club, Presidents Club '17, Crow's Nest Club: Cheer-Leader '18, '10, Medical Club. "Framed to make woman false." He comes to us from Meridian, and during his four years' stay has won many friends and has made an excellent record. He is om of the most popular boys in school and does well that which he attempts to do. JAMES BOYCE HENDERSON, B. A. l'niversity, Miss. ".llt1rri41ge um! lmnging go by flextiny: nmtchex are nmdf' in lIl"l1'l't"7I." Phi Sigma Oratorical Medal, University Oratorical Medal: Representative M. I. 0. A., 1010. Inter- collegiate Debating Team 1010. A man strong in character and conscious in his belief. A hard worker, and is bound to succeed in his chosen profession.. 1 Q -ai rg, C' ., ' ' C", ' ""'1' 7' Q. . ",""kHf :l?"i'J'-4 " 1?-as ...-E, . , ..,.112,.,' , ' , , -. ' K ...i N-..-' f i "IlIllllIlIlII l III Illll I llllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllltllllllllllIIlIIIIIIlllllllllllillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll lllllllllllllllllllllllllll ll IlllllllllllllllIllllltlllllllllllllllllllltlllllltlllllllllllllllll 1 Illllllllllltlt' ilflv, - if 2 AG- 1 ..t',,f ,s ic:,A1 " rf. ', 1 1 'L"..:, ,f .--'H n .. ','g,pz 4- ,, ,ryip .3011-LL f,g-4v,'95- s1.4cf:'rj,'r' '-.ur if .-LP-Qffr, .,'1? '- A r 5' A 4 ff ,J wiffq1xX'i9? ,II r- s., ' 5 1, AR if :avi-GVJI: "r 'K tif" t v- " ,, -sq f ,r ' ' ' ' ,1 5 P' f. 1, ' ' N' ." . .. .ml-aff,-.r HERBERT A. HARPER. B. S. Florence, Miss. "A man with whom reason reigns supreme." Blackstone Club: American Legiong Millsaps '17, 18. A man whose countenance does not reveal his knowledge. One who can conceal his thoughts as well as anybody and who can express them much better than many. A good talker but a better listener. TAYLOR HOLCOMB McELROY, B. S. Burgess. Miss. "Old as I am, for ladies' love unfit, The power of beauty I remember yet." Secretary Phi Sigma 'log Yice-President Junior Class: Mississippian Board of Control: Y. M. C. A.g A. E. F. Clubg Intercollegiate Debater3 Honor Council Junior Law Class '20. A man who has tasted the joys of life. and found them sweet. A man respected by both his class- mates and professors. An industrious, conscientious student. NORMAN LESLIE REAGAN. B. S. University, Miss. "That man that hath a tongue is no man, If with that tongue he cannot win a woman." Vice-President Senior Medical Club. A hard worker, a student and a married man. Could we heap higher praise upon him! Success in life awaits his bidding. no, r nu im ba 1. nu .1 r nm, vat K' ' I ll bl! 101-A cm! fini X! cut iw-we Hill . Q We Q , . , ' nous: '15, ' nm-iq 9 A 1 o 0 'Af X 6 H 7 "Thi i 1 A Urldunh Page Forty-three IIIIlllllllllIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIIIllIllllllllllIlllllIllllllIllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll lllllllllll Illl l l l ui +V: 4--'. fa , - ,af -1 s 1,1-7 N me - , ,viii-5 -, .fam ss- 'Elf '- -.,s-319 1.-.nur 'G'-'L . rf. "N".."" 411. J' .D it ss.: mf .3175 N'-"L S"-. V'-'L ' 1 ' q-nv"'-3 i", S "-F' p ' ff siiqiifif -F far' WCQ11 3 as ef. , -, - -A A .5 - V. . s J v 'iif.'Ff5it:'?i' ?Ez'v'L'ZLEi5.:.9-,uv-tC.si's . ..,.i1g-. 'Y 1:7-:Sis .- .I s ffiibi- . Senior Class Histor Friends. Professors, Classmates: li come to bid farewell but not to praise ourselves. The evil that we've done will live after us when you speak of the old days when- but we will not remind you. Better to sing our own praises and hope for the psychological effect of suggestion. But we have had our faults -even we were Freshmen. XYe have extracted from the next Freshman class the debt passed on to us by those who went before-an eye for an eye. a belt for a razor strop, a scalp for a mass of Mothers son's precious locks. And which life was happier, as a victim or as a criminal? Dr. Milden says we are a warring class and Dr. Rlilden is an honorable man. There were wars and rumors of war. Our Freshmen ears were shocked by turmoil upon our very campus! Our childish eyes were forced to see such sights as Oxford's stern policemen and we decided for peace at any price in the future. .Ns Sophomores, Oxford itself turned against "Our" University, and then we won some credits by going in the Springtime to tight starva- tion in our own farmyards. As -luniors we had our hardest fight of all- those unhonored conquests in the S. A. T. C. There was K. P.. class, then drill, more lx l'., and more but never did the most wonderful girl in the world murmur proudly and tearfully "Bly Hero! llow Gloriousln After all that Mars had already done against us in those other years, just when we were leaving for Officers Training Camps, almost hearing the above mentioned coveted murmur, the war ended! ln one more way Germany proved herself inconsiderate. lfor us at home there was envy mixed with our pride in those brothers overseas. This last vear has come. Xte have beaten our swords with pens, but, alas, ten pens will not write all the wisdom that we possess! Our profes- sors say that degrees are doubtful. Of course it depends on us-but the professors are honorable men. Our degrees will be our laurels. Could ambition be made of 5lt'l'llCl' stuff? llow little histories ever tell of people or a country or a class. Only things that happen ever get into ltisltiryls pages-it is never the secret hopes, aims, loves, noble unrealized ambitions, the ideals,-or perhaps, if they do. they are such fragile, ethereal things they are crushed amid the mass of cold hard facts. Nye have fallen far short of what we would like to have been but these things have meant happiness and hope and the future to us and we, leaving, mention them within our wills, a rich legacy and yet one we may keep for ourselves. 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I I lr 3 x Ekxfk .5:'J 1-AJ 'ss I l , ' . ,san r. ,hi ,mfg , ,Q-14 I-La 'wma u-Iva S swf 'v' R .4 -J. . ,-I ax ks' ,x f " -3 F3 er . gs-'74, I t H, 5 F. , . S f- -Q , - A G55-of f' V BWI 1 Q v 5 ' f tk! f 2 'Aix "l'M-rig" 5 v- 1 ,4. Av R U' Y ""' if sf. . -Hi", - 1'-.f ., - -,,.l. O '?i'41'Q.u.Ei',fx- , 4 40 8 'ff .,. 'I' O19-,y 'of l'n fn' I- mly-.six AMEL PRUITT BOYKIN, B.S. Louin. Miss. SAMUEL B. CHURCHWELL, B.S. I.eakcsville, Miss. W. D. CONN. JR, B.A. Corinth, Miss. Mississippi Collc-gc '18, 2nd Lt. U. S. Infantry, stationed at Harvard '10g Hermacan Literary Society. GEORGIA STRONG DUNCAN, B.S. Oxford, Miss. Yicc-President of junior Class '2O: Blues. JOHN ECALL SCHVVARTZ, BS. Sumrzill, Miss. Hcmim-an Literary Society: President Junior Pharmacy Class '20, A. S. B. O. '20, Y. M. C. A. Council '20, WILLIAM G. ECKLES. B.S. Sardis, Miss. Y. M. C. A. Council '10, 'ZOL Mississippian Staff 'l0g Scribblers Club, YL-llow Dogs, Ameri- can Lcgzion. JOIC W. FORD, BS. Tzrylorsvillt-, Miss. ROBERT LE!-I HAGAMAN, JR., B.S. Raymond. Miss. Y. M. C. A. Council, Bone Dry Club: Yar- sity Basvlmll 'ISL Hcrmacan Litvrury Society. SAMITICI. H. CUNNUR, B.S. Mt-mphis. Tr-nn. unlununmllllllllulllmllllllllllnnlulllllullllllillnlllillllIllllIIllltllllllilllllmlllIllIllIllIllllllIluIIllIn1lmllIinulunlnmnmiminmmunlumnunmmnnnuuunlu I u : n u n lw Sm- f .,...:aa2,?:?f.3.3E4gREigw 7,fi..-.:EjEE55E5:-fs.-g,3pi+3g-iE,-...5533 ,1:.',,tm- V levy- q rt- .gf-jg' pg- ', .a:f'.-f ""'..,.g3- Q-, I-J, ""'9 422331 3' ' A as. Us .wg .J . 'g,5,'1,3 , .-.fi qui- UI --', 5 - f. '. , if 'agp ,45wQQ.ff,,5W+,j5f fa- Q'-.-irpgaiygs' amz-.. if .Q s 4,495-ssq 'Qt :fu A 299' ' e 4 w22f'g,:..As:1xw 'i.,"f1f-4e"'.1:f'i3s9-31421-.suv-crisis I ......?1- ,.i':,1+vr':, :AY . .palm . "-'4'rsfs""fi"' JOHN C. HAT!-IORN, B.S. University, Miss. GEORGE B. HERRING B.A. Madison, Miss. Hermaean Literary Society '18, '191 V. M. C. A. Council '20. HORACE J. HOUGLAND, B.S. New Orleans. La. Delta Tau Delta, Y. M, C. A. Council, Ole Miss Dance Committee: Crow's Nest Club. LOUIS JIGGITTS, B.A. Canton, Miss. Scribblers, Red and Blue, A. A. A. H., Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, Varsity Football '18, '10, '20, Varsity Baseball '18, Varsity Track '18, '10, Captain Track Team '10, Greek Club, Presi- dent Freshman Class, Hermaean, Mississippian Staff '20, 2nd Lt. U. S. A.: Elected Best All- round .Athlete '20, Orchestra '18, '10, '20, Rhodes Scholar '10. JUDSON DAVIS LANGSTON, B.S. Tupelo, Miss. WILLIAM DRANE LESTER, BA. Batesville, Miss. President Junior Class, Scribblers, A. A. A. H., Y. M. C. A. Cabinet and Council, "M" Club, Varsity Baseball '18, '10, Varsity Basket- ball, President Greek Club, "Ole Miss" Staff, Editor-in-Chief Mississippian, Vice-President Hermaean, First Speaker Hermaean Anniversary Day, A. S. B. O.: Representative in M. I. O. A., Yellow Dogs, Intercollegiate Debater, Univer- sity Club. HUBERT SLATON LIPSCOMB, B.S. Oxford, Miss. Millsaps '17, V, M. C. A. Council, Phi Sig- ma Intercollegiate Debater '20, Debating: Coun- cil, Mississippian Staff '20, Kappa Sigma. C. R. HOOD. B.S. Kilmichael, Miss. JAMES R. HOUSTON, B.S. Tyro, Miss. fm ,an yu' 66 17. ' . ,r 9 l " 1 Page Forly-.ff-1'e11 vmninuummnluunmmmuunnmimnuululmnnnnummmInmmmmmmumlnnmnnmlmnuumnnnmmmmununmmnnmmmmmmmnnmnimniunuiun1nmmmminnmnmmmm ii ,, . ., .k . . r.: M , ., -, , a... . 1 ,ss , . -. - - . ?w,w-.- - e , .Q K A .IKM ,.: e ,. ver- 'ww sim -. ,-w.N,,9 . y J 1, 'rl C 'N 'T ?s-.1 ws.-'f .. - ir Hs' 'fm sv . L-.z.:ssa'.:if - --1 f- . V ss " 43 I f. V Y . 's- iz "sw-,.,fs r- P , V' 'Qui -stffigsti, '. ' A 'V' 'ie 17,5 , i -' 5-gf . , ', ' Sli-Eff-'t,gn-.F!ffr3.' 4251-A 'S ,Z ,- ,.- , . t .- .,.' t -', -1125-vi. , . '. im. 2 'HJ .4-- an-if VI A- "U 1 "",ry' +-S 1 , - S " 'A J' ' sk' ' 1 " I ..'.1 ,, 2-no-rf .. . .1A,- '1-'1' - . -- .. s . - THOMPSON McCLELLAN, B.5. 1 West Point, Miss. Y. M. C. A. Council and Cabinet: Secretary Y. M, C. A.: Secretary Hermaean '10: Gordon Hall Board Control 'ZOQ Mississippian Board Control '2O: Secretary A. S. B. O.: Intercol- legiate Debater 'ZOQ "Ole Miss" Managerial Staff 'ZOQ junior Prom Dance Committee 'ZOL Yel- low Dogs, American Legiong Circulation and Assistant Business Manager of Mississippian '2O. YESTA MATTOX, B.S. Meridian. Miss. Secretary Spanish Club: French Clubg Alpha Theta Literary Society. HCGH MAHON. JR., B.S, Holly Springs. Miss. Yice-President Junior Law Class: Blackstone Club: justice of Peace "Moot" Court: Cheer Leader 'ZOQ Ole Miss Dance Committeeg Mis' sissippian Staffg Y. M, C. A, Council. JANICE MAULDIN, B.A. Pontotoc, Miss. Historian junior Class: Co-ed Basket-Ballg Alpha Theta Literary Society. l GRAXYILLE W. MATTOX, B.S. 1 .,.., Meridian, Miss. T ANNETTE MEBAN1-3, BA. Hickory Flat, Miss. Honor Council '10, 'ZOQ G. M. C. U. L.g Student Assistant in Biology 'ZOQ Y. YY. C. A. Cabinet: Greek Club: Mississippian Staff: Al- pha Theta Literary Society. WILLIAM E. POTTS, B.S. Madison, Miss. ho- , Hermaean: Student Assistant in Commerce and Business Administration 'ZOQ Y. M. C. A. i Council. l ARNOLD HENRY SCOTT, B.S. , Luceclale. Miss. i ' Scrub Ifootball '203 Student' Assistant in Phys- ics 203 Orchestra IS. 203 Y M. C. A. Coun- cil '10, 'ZOQ Herinaean: American Legiong Dele- gate to Students' Yolunteer Convention, Des Moines 'Z0. 11. . . WILLIAM MILTON MAULDIN, 13.5. , 1 Pontotoc, Miss. ci.: -A .- - - vi-:'1'1c w11.soN, as. 1 , W-. . Yaughan Station, Miss. s- Y Yarsity baseball 'IS-'l03 '10-20. Fri .4 ,,. ,gL'i'i'+iw.iI' ' M um' I' of ty- 111111 "llIllIlllllIllllllllllllllllllllllll lll lllll llll IllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll llIIIIlIllllIllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll I ll Illllllll ll ll ll l l lll lv' ,4:5gf.33.e.!,::.gsfr?wf- 1 -,rm-.1 as 5- as ,-, vw-rs: """'-99 s:,,,'zf1.Af,..4- .1 4339 ,311.A':.-Q,-'gc-tpeigiw V :I -J'-r -. fa-4"?f.,s2f. ,-5412 5 if-' ' .115 1, ..,.,-yfaf-,Qi-fggnffa 1 ,sf sf, Q- 2.1, .. .gr , fs ' -, ugvgrf 5 ,. .JK TIN f' f ... . .4 .,', 'ga 3 -' 7 . .fiisfrfiis . 1. :swf -- M15 LOWRY C. SIMMONS, B.A. Pontotoc, Miss. Varsity Football '18, '19, "M" Club, Secre- tary-Treasurer, Freshman Class, Crow's Nest Club. JOHNNIE ETHELYN SLOUGH, B.S. Oxford, Miss. Co-ed Basketball '18, '10, Secretary-Treas- urer Sophomore Class. THOMAS JEFFERSON TUBB, B.S. Amory, Miss. Scrub Football '17, President Hermaean '20, President Sophomore Class, Y. M. C. A. Coun- cil, A. S, B. O., Gordon Hall Board of Con- trol, "Ole Miss" Staff '20, Yellow Dogs, First Speaker, Hermaean Anniversary Day '2O. TURNER ASHBY WOODSON, B.S. Vicksburg, Miss. Delta Tau Delta, Junior Prom Dance Com- mittee, Y. M. C. A. Council A. A, A. H., Class Football '10, '2O. PAUL ROGERS, B.S. Ackerman, Miss. Phi Sigma '18, '10, Orchestra '18, Y. M, C. A. Council '19, '20, Mississippian Board of Con- trol '18, American Legion, French Club, Presi' dent Spanish Club. PHILLIP G. HILL, B.S. Gulfport, Miss. Cr0w's Nest Club: Class Football, American Legion, Hermaean. EARL W. RUSSELL, B.S. Magee, Miss. ""' Mississippi College, '18, '10, Hermaean Lit- erary Society, Pharmaceutical Association. EDWARD LEE RUSSELL, B.S. Jackson, Miss. Millsaps, Phi Sigma Literary Society, Crow's Nest, .American Legion. LOUIE C. HENDERSON, B.S. Potts Camp, Miss. Varsity Baseball '10, Varsity Basketball '19, 'ZOQ Medical Club, American Legion. JOHN RILEY MCDANIEL, B.S. Pontotoc, Miss. American Legion, Medical Club. 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IIIIIIIlIIlllil!!llIlIllllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllIlIIlllIllllllllllllllmllllllIllIllIIllIIIIllIIIIIIIIIllIIlIIIllIIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIlIllllllIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHI Illll I ll I ll l u- V fr ' ul ayynf iff' 7 -' ',:m'g?,-1-L'f.f'f., -Q-k'ui'1,"'," ' qui- .L-,J ' V ,von 7 Y , 4. .1f"'?"if47:3'i'g?! 'Wai' , ' 'iff -1f-"ff ' ' Fa 1' if at ni -.J-, . U: f .Ht ,wa .4 I ,.., f .. ,K ,qqhf ,N-,4-. ,A Q :uni-v f 1,1 ",.f- 9 x ..,,, -,-ns':s-f x X M K.-Ami, 4 K , i' 5 f f 1 , 1. . -' X., 1. gf Q1 1 , t 75 Rf'-xx-,Xu Axfgvt , ' " qu? B5 'f Q 5 , , ng Q., "wif-Jap A "Q Ffvj' 4.25, 5- 5- ,X 1,1 kv 17 V-.z.v 1 ,rg 11 -x Q ,L L R s N 1 K 5 1 , J v, 5 K I, in . . M .M , . -M A .. Freshman Literal' Class OFFICERS Robert E. Bobo ,-A,,ss-------------,- --'-- A-"- I lfesidffm Frallk Aftz .--.. ,,,, A ,, Xrife-l'Y,feSident. Myrtle Price .AAA Secretary-Treasufer. O, 9l "s""" 1""" '5 3 Q 3 f - A, .J K E941 V 53955 I A 'iii ' - , . 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Illl ., fi s "C 5 fv -. -v-uv-N ,I v L L f ,I x If 7 lf 'lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllflllllllllIlllllllllmlmlllwllllllllllllllllllllll llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll lllllllllllllllllllIlllllllIIllllllllllllIIllllIIIIIlilllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll 'lluvt' a-a-my -eww-gs W M' 'N F I j,,?g?, .5-1.5, tw , , .A Q.: I-,4-,waxy ,'- fren, ,Q ,ig ug - F, ,Lt vc- -.1 ,Z,:5,g'4,:n,iQ ,Ji MV., if jigs? Yuki .1 E-,pi -.A l' 31, an . V 1 gras - I 5. ,,-'J3,g+.i.H.T2 1, git., ,rpm , ., A., ,y Y.. A- .A,V,'ad...,-,,l.,. .,. 5 L :g..'2Aif'T wif 2-jmx 'L h 'rf' nil! v., , N, . , 54 ' , ,. .iilftzgvl .1- - gig.. "'-'svw' -'1."'-, 'L 'x1.,4' li, - Y-.fr-"...t' sv, .4 -'Y If fff -fly.: ' 'NV -e " fi- - .s , L . - J",-f,, N, hw., ,.,:1p4vf.'Q 5 .-'gi .infra To the memory of William Claude Foster, of jackson. Mississippi, whose immortal soul took Flight january, the sixth. nineteen hundred and twenty, we-the class of '23, deeply bereaved by the loss of our beloved companion and classmate reverently and devotedly dedicate this page. Pagf Fifty-fire lllllllHilllllllllllillllllilllllllllllllllllllllllllilllllllllllllllllllllllllillllillilllllllllmillllllilllllilllllIllllIlIlllIliIlllllllllllllllllllllllllilllllll lllllllllllllllll IlllIllllllllllIlllllllllllllltllllllllllllllllllllllillltlllllllllll t 'IQ L fav "Ei 3,5559 I, K Q.. du-1359"h":f 74 t qw 'Q Y-.:gf+lQxIi'Nrv,,jf"'g ., ' I 31- .-..:,,5,:3,1,7.3j2'E3 gi A-,Agri-FPL 3 r-2' ,3..p,g'Ni , var X --xT',q-giiggirlgh "1 ,gtg if ig, "1 2? H ,iii-z "CL g-'gi k -g-,- J. ...ij ,L a gi, A7:u-- , s.'.vf"k:, - N.. -. '-X .', .-'-. H, ,-3, 1. '.-, " :, 1: ,, ,- 'f-ss wifi? begs if T' Ffwfif 5: iv. fi N' 4 'H2szias3"s 5 'L-,"JPHfv",-gtihn' i1.:gls v7. .. , .,,.Lf',f'f"""'Fi'12-'32 f b fl- .- ..,-4 .,,'.-H-. . . ." R 'v'5dE:u'vr-'.wi-- . Freshman Literary Class Aardweu. Henry Thomas Alexander, Geo. Edward Allen, Wm. Fred Allison, john Decatur Allison, Mose Anderson, H. Ralph Anderson, Richard Applebaum, Louis Arrington, George Lamar Artz, Frank Aycock, james j. Bailey, Minneola Bailey, Sanford Lamar Bankston, W. L. Barkley, james Wesley Barnett, Ashton C. Beadles, Zara Bee, john Willard Bell, james Warsaw, jr. Bentley, Timothy joseph Birchett, Theo. G. jr. Bobo, Robert Edgar Boone, Cletis G. Boswell, john Brister, Sam L., jr. Brown, Glynne Bryson, Luther Leslie Buchanan, Charles E. Buchanan, Franklin j. Buntin. Taylor D. Burnaman, George W. Burson, Rex L. Butler, T. B., jr. Caradine, Ernest Carlisle, C. W. Cammack, Ernest E. Carnathan. Phillip T. Causey, jack Chandler, Roy .Xllen Clark, Ruth Smith Cohn, Zollie Collins, Wilkie W. ook, Alford Russell Cox, Wm. Harrold Creekmore, Wade H. Creswell, Leonard B. Culpepper, j. P., jr. Davidson, Philip C, jr. Davis, joseph Davis. jack L, C l,llyf I-'ifly-six ROLL Davis, Curtis Gray Davison, Fred Bass Denman, Kenneth A. Denton, Dewey Charles Denton, Charle L. Doss, Dee Edwards, Clyde B. Engerrand, Gabriel H. Evans, Willie Hughes Farragut, Loyd David Falkner, Murry C., jr. Falkner, Count William Featherstone, Cleveland Fee, Mary E. Feemster, john H. Foot, jane Campbell Ford, Gus Hammond Ford, Wm. Gobel Fortinberry, Charles L. Foster, Wm. Claude Furr, P. B., jr. Furr, Wm. Buford Galloway, Dolph V, Gardner, Wm. Preston Gary, Oscar K., jr. Gideon, Cyril Golden, Emmel Graves, Lucien D. Gray, David Clark Greenlee, Laura Griffith, Wm. Reuben Gutherie, james Wm. Hall, Geo. Bennett Hall, Lewis Franklin Hardy, Robert I.. Harris, Sam D. Hathorn, Carl M. Herring, Harrell B. Hicks, jane Hicks, Wilma Hiller, Mathew Charles Hoggatt, Eva May Holmes, Wendell R. Hudson, Katherine G. Inman, Lottie Aleene jackson, Earnest jackson, Forrest B. johnson, Wm. S. jones, Charles Paul jones, Iiarl Daniel jones, Evern jones, Gratz jones, Robert David jones, jones, Thomas Bartlett Wm, Barton Kincannon, Annie May Lamar, Lu Vergne L. Lamar, Rubye Ethelyn Lamkin, james Cecil Lampton, james Mason Lee, Marvin L. Lemasson, Mary Lena Leveck, john Charles Lewis, Arthur Beverly Lindsey, jacob W. Lingle, Hughey B. Linton, C. W. Lockard, Leonard, L. Loggins, Ed. F. Lowe, Lon Clarence McElroy, john B. McElroy, Lily May McFadden, Edmund D. McGowen, Hardy Richmond McGee, Frank W. McRee, Thomas Ivan McYey, james Kline Mabry, Thomas Ovid, jr. Mains, Max Markette, Mabel Lynn Maxwell, Ike Shelby Melvin, Leonard, B. Millsaps, Wm. Webster Mitchell, Theo. Curtis Mize, Wm. Goebel Montgomery, Charles M . Montgomery, john Lance Morgan, Lucille Moseley, Pratt Willie Mullen, john DeWitt Murdock, j. S. Murff, Keith Elton Murphy, L. B. Nelson. Charles Robt. Newell, Ben L. Noble, Manlius Wirt Oakley, Thomas Denton Park, Isaac Wm. Parker, Leslie Wm. Paseur, M. G. Hllllllllllllllllll Illlll llllllll Ill IlllllllllllllllllllIlllrllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllmlllllllllllllulllmlHullulmllllmnmnnllimulmImllululIlullnmnuulllununnmnmlm We " 0 -1 r ve 'rl' "W.5i3'Js4ge-"Z,-r 5 YR "' L' f aff R ,,,,. .gm , l- -1' 'I iiwffi 'F' W Qin Kgyfqw fi 'f '39 'I t Y, 9 '- 'e'-"-15f,:f:.?'f:'f.E"Dis "'.,.'. -if 1's.nYyyhfF,e TJ' --ft,-33, 1.-,i.Sa'Y an-.11 X .gf'Nj.4,Z1'Nx,.'-fi '- 5 gf.-Z ""5-1 djs I lg,-fi lk -..i, 4 -: f7"' . ., 1. , , , . V., ..,, - H . , , .- L't7.1'5Q'7'l:?A?fsg':,f-Siif J 'rt t-:l,1'v'e:1: ,Z fffr, fs" ' ' ef ' ' : 'S W" -' 'cf 1"f"'-f51'+-ffvfivb9'N"4',+-+'f- - - ..s.Lf',. - -ffl--'-"Qs , . fl- f .jgf -,,..-Exxlrlw-42' 5 'u'S:':Tgsmif:-ll' . Paslay, Byron H., Jr. Payne, John L. Peebles, Onie Pettis, Walter D. Phillips, Lydia E. Phillips, Wm. E. Pickens, Clara Loyce Potter, Edgar Haskell Price, Dick Noel Price, Myrtle Lucille Phypher, S. K. Rainold, Harry Buddig Rainwater, Ernest W. Ramer, Edwin Clyde Ratcliff, Colley C. Ratcliff, Leon DeKalb Rivers, Wm. Rodgers Roberson, Gladys Ray Robertson, C. W. Robinson, Howard D. Rodgers, H. Herbert Rogers, George Winters Allen, VVilliam DeLacy Arrington, joe Drake Bowen, David Reece jr. Burch, Luke Eugene Carnathan, Phillip T. Churchwell, Emory VV. Crenshaw, Mrs. james VV. Farrish, George Clayton Faulkner, VVilliam Fee, Addie Katherine Gardner, YVilliam Preston George, French Golden, Emmel Rosenthal, Simon Russell, john Bedford Salloum, joseph Samuels, H. Lamar Sawyer, Reuben Scarbrough, Irmie Ottomeze Schwartz, Robert I. Shackelford, Jno. Wm. Shaw, Robt. Holmes Shelton, Burnell Simmons, Percy Quin Sims, Glen Smith, Katherine Y. Smith, Monroe Dorsey Smith, Reuben Milton Spence, Rubye Lee Sprattin, Oron Dewey Stamper, Henry Grady Stanford, Arthur Lamar Stanford, Henry Lloyd Stevens, Sallie Jewel Stovall, Wm. Gilbert Special Students ROLL Hinton, Mrs. Clarence O. Hinton, Sam C. johnson, Arbin johnson, Delar E. Kirkwood, Mary VVortlex' Kirkwood, Susan Shirley Loggins, Ed F, McElroy, Earl Hewlett Mcliellogg, Mrs. Carl C. McVey, james Kline Marshall, Ada Louise Mauney, Jessie Murff, Keith Elton Sutherland, Dan Gary Swetman, Glen L. Tankersley, Sarah Hannah Taylor, Murry W, Taylor, Rush W, Todd, Lindsey Ogletree Triplett, Glover Otis Tynes, Turner H. Waldrup, Ray Waldrup, Wm. L, Walkeer, R. I. Walton, Myra Waters. Nate Luse Weathersby, Charles H. White, Thomas, Alva Wilhelm, Walton L. Williams, C. H. Williams, John H. Williams, Malcolm D. Wilson, Charles Dudley VVils0n, john Alex hlurphy, L, B. Nelson, Charles Robert Pettis, VValter D. Pickens, Clara Loyce Pruitt, joshua Fant Rodgers, Haschel Herbert Samuels, Homer Lamar Sartin, Austin Rethie Stanford, Arthur Lamar Sutherland, Dan Gary XVilliams, Clinton H. VVilson, T. L. VVoodward, George B. Page Fifty-.vm'z'n "lllI ll ll'l - I' Illlllllillll llllllllllllllllllllillllllllllllllllllllllWIIII1IllIlIlIIIllIllIllIIlIIIIIllIllllllllllllllllllllillIll IlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllIIllIIIllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll ' "" A' ' ' fp-rx' 'Il9r.QiQ'4',z-'-Y ' 64-"xr-3 ' -' 1 .W"-- ' ..l, - rn -o vu' I 4 y .rg rg :A-4 v Q -n x 1 wx vw, 'ry aff nf - , Bf 1- XM f xv ,ff -fb.,-.vw ,I ,-,vf - ,,i . x. . , lr ff' af.. 5, .21 V- -5 .hfjf :V qt-4 Q- - AY. 4 ,Z f. - -- , .-, -'.,,:j,7-P . .nl L, ' 9 1' 'tv 'v' "V" '3 I ' - fi gr- :Rig '11-2 'Q.f,JT,A.rgi1..,.. Q . ' , n 'H ' ' 5 Jw! f F' A- Y f Q , y r ,I 1 L f N , N 1 w f-van-1 V .nw f Jw" ,-" ., ',-i'!'l"v, 1 -'Rx ,H . I :ff - . -37 5. x.,, - 4. l,llfll' l"ifIy-rig!!! 'lllllilllllll ll llllllllllllllllllllllIlIllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllIllimllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllll IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllllllllllll I IIIIIllllllIllllIlIilllllllllllllIllllllllllHlllIlllllllllllllllllllllll ,.,,.r f. fic- ,. , e I-E, - -J.-e , ,I e. V. -H. - ' .- . "Ugly .r 1 .. 'J 7.2 ' 1 I " 9,4""Z,aP4,f 'rw 'P L L it. J N . .4,::5ya1f:.,....f..ff --'Jfww-Q 1 - aw. 5,1 -fAwr,,,-1 "-Liff r" " ' 4pf,-ie:1:,r.f5fg 1 , ,,.. -J' 1., , ... f7 H Vw.-1... . .-- ' - . '- - ,,' 'A' A -' Az. -F"f'R'2:,""Fr+ ,ss '- ,fda ""-.1 f df- 1' rw- - gr-'FTW 1. - -F-5? 11 'ff'-".gf1:xr uf ,flxi 'I I -"'4 fr r ::", 1 Q4 ' 4' K: . 2413. 1 "' ' ' I ' -1 fi wefffrr T: . r wi - 11 we?-'Q' AEM 'i11f.'M-rzzf1-59-mbfa-49-nv-Ka-rr -, ..,..13. r fr-Iwfvi--s. , - .--ive - , f:w..' Senior Medical Class OFFICERS Robert E. Schwartz .. . - 4A A I '1'CSid611l- Norman L, Reagan ,.....4... Yite-l'1'6SiC16Ilt. Francis Giles ...... Secretary-'l'reawurer. Sarah Ruth Dean ,, eeee Uiirvfiflll. O ,' U- a ' , X, .fi .,' 'r' w 'Sud ' 121' 55 7--4,1 ,,, me A l K ' e -:gap 1 ' W5 SNIA! ' ' , - I 5, '- lmffQ'L '1MY-is' 1 f ? , .!,.!! War lr.- - f -1 MIA -W SQ? 3 W N - -f mf "a4r5i'IY"4la"3 A K-. Page Fifty-nine ,, up-vs -lluv"L'5-'s Q, L 'llllllllllllllm V IllIlIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll llllllllllllllllllll111111111lllllllllllllllltlIIIllllIllllllllmllllllllmmlllllIllumnlIluumIIiIInnIIIIlmnnIIIllmulImumlmmnummnmunllunw if," ff Q'sC,' j:t3Q?,jQ'f, ' cw fs, v- 1, ' 'It E., . .' ' 'jsp , 1- gn .V-Q-ff,f.wwg -. .in-f :.1 -11:11 'G' "-4'-.5'5,1-Q,'?3Q1'kj,fijrff,:.',:J-7f'fQy"'I ff 0: 1' --, 12- . U, .1-4 ' -- ....-- . 1 - I gt. f N 1,. QL- -5 5011425 rp t-5 Qs. 7, H Q. 5. . 1 F., - , 1-5 1, A - - . ' "gs , .c4-1-.4q',gffq- --1,41 at V, ju 41- f-mx -1 , - b 4 . , eg, , .4 M-sf 'N-,,f',': 1-,ma . . . . t . ,. , ., . - . ,,. , . ',,,-stuff.. 'LN , ' , ' ,L 'LJ L.-, ' A-', Al - f ii' 51153 Qf --, -,:. 'L' '11 ' TT'- 'nrn Mali' ROSS E, ANDERSON, M. D. Booneville, Miss. "Ile never .wzyi a foolislz thing, nor ever does a tem' one." B, A. Mississippi College 1018, Medical Club '2O. A former Mississippi College man who has seen the light. A serious student who takes life as he finds it. and allows his troubles to come to him. EDGAR BURNS, M.D1 Maud, Alabama. "Tit noi in mortals to fomnmnd SIll'l'E'S,Y, But 1ee'1I do more, will deserve it." Masonic Club, Medical Club, President Junior Medical Class '10, American Legion, A. S. B. O. 10, A lad with a long body and a "long" head. Al- ways on the job-he never fails to stand in the forefront of his class. ANDRE BLYTHE CARNEY, M.D. Clarksdale, Miss. "He lmtlz :fer hix hookv ronxzmzed the midnight oil." Sigma Chi, Y. M. C, A. Council '17, '18, Y. M. C. A. Cabinet '10, '20, Yice-President Red and Blue Club, junior Prom Dance Committee, Ole Miss Dance Committee '18, '10, Vice-President A. S. B. 0. '20, Yarsity Football '10, '20, Varsity Baseball '10, Captain Baseball '20, Bone Dry Club, "M" Club, Mississippian Board Control '20, Crows Nest Club, Hermaean, American Legion. "Alpha" is a social star, an athlete and a student. By his genial, lovable traits he has made all who know him love him especially the Co-eds. ROVt'liR'I' W. COOPER, M. D. llurant, Miss. '21 mlm in 1111 the 1em'Ir1"x next' fashion planted, Tlmt lmfh 41 mint of plmiwt in hit brain." Millsaps. Il, IS, Medical Llub, 10, 20, hlee Club, A capable man with a "piercing and discerning eye," Une who idles not, but toils the whole day through. "Thanks to Him who first invented work." 'llllllllllllll I l l IllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllfllllIIIllllIllllllllllllllmlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIlIllllIlIlIlllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllll IlllllllllllllllllllllllllIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllltlf ,-wfagsfs.-'-212+-:W '-1-"Maw-.sf-iExf?::' 'fo'em'f-"-"aria211211595326 15-':?'fiif'D:l-2'54'i""'23'i "i' WF: 'C fill .1 """+5""5 -ff4E'15'31??"'s'!-+ 1.-.3.f-.:,-21-!w','w'f1mt 'Q j, "' - 'f"ffj',.fr-4,2 5 5 .5 ' 16- ig- g'+E55.1w.Q-F-Bak--Wf3g5'5 L.'1""-,-qt Yi'l.','J . 'T' 5-r ,v"."Q AI .A , -fd ' ' gt 34- -"'J4."'gs3 -' ' 'H-.'-'F'-ffm. hf1'g'1'w-o':fySi-:- i-'7- .sw is-fbi--'fix . . f TJ?-.-YQQKSQ I I I EDMUND M. COWART, M. D. Water Valley, Miss "A Combination, and a form, indeed, Where every god did seem to set his seal, To give the world assuranfe of a man." Red and Bule Club: Senior Dance Committee: Varsity Football '17, '18, '10: Captain Football Team '10: "M" Club: President Medical Club: Bone Dry Club: Yellow Dog Club: Y. M. C. A. Council '17, '18: University Orchestra, '17, '18, '10. A diligent student, an aggressive football player. -Q.. and a popular man. His only weakness is his handsome face. and that bothers him not at all. SEBRON C. CULPEPPER, M. D. VViggins, Miss. "For just experifnre tells, in every soil, That those that think must govern those that toil." American Legion: Y. M. C. A. Council: Scrub Baseball '18: Medical Club: Red and Blue Club: Senior Dance Committee: Taylor Medal in Biology. The favorite of the professors and the ladies. A man to pattern after in dress, and to envy in looks. A popular and industrious student. JOHN PRESTON DAYIS, M. D. Saltillo, Miss. Phi Sigma '17, '18: Glee Club! Y. M. C. A. '10- '2O: Y. M. C, A. Council '18: Medical Club '10, 20. A man,of few words and wistful yearninfzs. A steady supporter of the Standard Oil Company, as his grades testify. v SARA RUTH DEAN, M. D. Greenwood, Miss. "Well read in poetry and other hooks-good ones I warrant ye." Reporter Greek Club, '17, '18, '10, '20: Secretary- Treasurer Pre-Medical Class. Secretary-Treasurer - Junior Medical Class. Honor Council, '19, '2O: Mississippian Staff, '17, '18, '10, '2O: Medical Club: G. M. C. U. L.: President of Alpha Theta 'Z0. One of our future M. D.'s. A girl with a pleasing personality, and keen intellect. Her only failing is writing love sonnets. E a...f..-:q2?:-....a- - 1--4.......q Puqz' Sixty-one Nlllllllllllllllllllll llllllllllllllllllllltll llllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIllllllllllllllllllilllllllIllIllllllllllllllllIIlllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllltlllllllllllllmmlllImlllnlllIIIIIIIIlllillumllllnlHlllllllllllllnllllulm 3 'K A 4. ',,V?-:'i,qxg-scfgg4v'.r-...Sy ,:.-,Luc -'Ng " KV Q b T '. 1? 1-AI: f "" 0 "" F if 51 2'5:. EK - .,, fn--K ' .j1:2-,f.z , 1 FRANCES ETHEL GILES, M. D. Chalybeate. Miss. "lj .vlze will she -Quill you may depend on it, Azul if she :emit she rcorft so this is the end on 't." President Honor Council 'ZOL G. M. C. U. L.g Y. W. C. A. Cabinet: Secretary Y. W. C. A.g Greek Clubg Medical Club: Secretary Senior Medi- cal Classg Vice-President of Alpha Theta Literary Society '2O. A girl whose delight is to excel her classmates. A young lady of many attainments whose only weakness is reading her classmates sonnets. JAMES OTIS GORDON, M. D. Daleyille, Miss. ".'l!y only liookx reere ieonzanfc bookx. .-lml follyfv all llzey'1'e lrmglzl me." B. S. Mississippi College. 1018. Senior .Athletic Reporter '2O: Varsity Football, 10. 'ZOQ "M" Club '10, 'ZOJ Masonic Club: A. A. A. H. A man who combines good sense with good nature and with a laugh that would make the welkins ring in sympathy. Very popular and esteemed among the student body. .IAMES ARTHUR JOHNSON. M. D. Tula, Miss. "joy, ll'IlIf7t'HllIl'1' and rrpme, Slum llze door on the clortorfv nn5e." Medical Club '10, '2O. A man who talks little, but does a great deal. Modest in demeanor and calm in his self assurance. A promising: future lies before this Doctor. IRA l"CI.'I'ON JONES. M. D. Hernando. Miss. "ly llziy fl1.1I lmnehly gallant, guy I.ollmrm!" Hernraeang Yellow Dogs: Medical Clubg "Ole Miss" Staff '101 Y. M. C. A. Council: Y. M. C. A. Cabinet 'l0g t'row's Nest Clubg American Legion. A lover of lmeautv wherever he linds it. A cap- able. dependable, and hard working ladfand a merry one. IlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllIlllllllllllIllllllllllllllIIlllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllIllllllllIlllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIllIIIIIIIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllIIIIIIIIIIII 1 f- A 'W king '4- feiaiifa Q-1 r at K 'Q-.33 W ff 4 fs 3 4- q-1 sf hue' afv! ., . 'fLx'f'l',TQA'. wg ,I - ae- f,f.-'aff - fJ'cL'1'fx".'1' : 'Q-.'.:g1.'4-fps'-5,.f'fs,a,yf -rf. Jrg' -. 155334, fx.-.fn 31 f""-"- 'ff' gk' ,.'-'15-' ,"'m 'W' '... " '-ff L 'A fW'.5'.J.s.-L' ' . ts X Y T ' 'r hlxqey, "A -2"rnT4s,' ' ', -1-'32, ""'-Lff-r f,1-.- ,L -. A . ef-:'.7-U' ..-H.-1192? .A If .-:re .4 2. out G ' 1 -'sf-1 -- - ' Q 5.4-' W' ffr:1g3fff,.Q-fff-3.-my :,:4Ijj.'g.I,wLq,A.:f 15v.:r.?3' ,li qs ptdpfv'-gig ,. A , ' ' ::?E'JQ -L 1 -QM' " . 'io,'.'f'kHf"anf 115-51'-Lfcyfg-fs sf7. . 1 ..v. -"r'f's . Q - at : .nf Y-,--F-l'vf!!'4fd... , . A ' 'f Isl'-"W" - 1 ROBERT ALEXANDER KIMBROUGH, M. D. Blue Mountain, Miss. "He had the one grwt qzmlit v of e.rfellenfr'--- Stability." B. A. Mississippi College '18, Medical Club: Red and Blue Clubg Class Football '18, '103 Y. M. C. A. Council, '10, '2O. A Mississippi College product transplanted to Ole Miss. Already a surgeon of note, he delights to prac' tice upon whatever is nearest at hand. ROBERT DIXON KIRK, M. D. Balrlwyn, Miss. "He talked on amz' on and mid nothing." junior Prom: Chief Yegg A. A. A. H. Clubl Medical Clubz "M" Club: Bone Dry Club: "Fleas" Clubg Yellow Dogs: Masonic Club: Secretary Her- maean Literary Societyg Y. M, C. A. Council '103 Scrub Football '17, Yarsity Football 'ISL '10, Second Yice-President "Black Eye Boxing Club"3 Yarsity Baseball 'l0. A consecrated and devoted student of Medicine, a jolly good fellow, and a lean one. The fellows like him, the girls adore him. and he thinks well of himself. 'Nuff sed. ASHFORD HUNT LITTLE, M. D. Wesson, Miss. "And zulzen tl Iudyfv in the fuse, you knots 1111 nlher things give plliref' Y. M. C. A. Council. '10, 'ZOQ Red and Blue Club, Medical Clubg Senior Dance Committeeg Yellow Dogs: Bone Dry Club: Chief Surgeon, "Black Eye Boxing Club". A lad whose favorite pastime is reading Anatomy. A believer in "American Arts"-he plays an artful hand himself-in everything. LAWRENCE B. MORRIS, M. D. Quitman, Miss. "ln the lexirmz of youth, tulzirh fate reserves, for a bright mruzlmorl, there is no such word as jail." Mississippi College '10, '17, '18: Yarsity Football, Basket Ball and Track in '18 at Mississippig Honor Council '18g Hermaean, Varsity Football and Basket Ball '10, Yarsity Football in '2Og "M" Club '10, 'ZO3 Medical Club: Yice-President Medical Club. '2O: Athletic Council 'l03 Captain Basket Ball '2O. As an athlete and a student he has won well- deserved honors. A capable and popular fellow he will secure that for which he strives. 4 1 A , l 2 N I ,Lg Page Sixty-Illree lilllllllllllIIIIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllIllIllllIIllIllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllI Ill lllll lllllllllllllllllllllllllll l llll lll llll lll llll lll I 2"3'lff75F1f" - 'df-in-::,fQze. f--f-.ft-:'lf'-W '-"1 "',,,,x,'g??5i"36'5if':51liri'5-'Lug xi' l. -'Q 1+ 3 si F:-, '-' H .K ,. 'F".i' .Netfh 49: x 'nel I I A H' 44 'elf'- D ,ft in , 3.5: 5 4 A ,A r f VJ - 3 i , 0. Ao. 5 N Kr 4-as mr, .N A f 5 V f .il ,sts-,I C 4 1 Q ' L: vw--ef' 541 0 . 3 T-if 5 'L . . , ,ll -min EDWARD HUNT RAY, M. D. ' ' '- ' Selma, Ala. A ' "fl lltrky chance that often decides the fate of inighty ' ' - HIUIIL1Vl'llX.n y Y , fr Red and Blue Club: Red and Blue Dance Cum- , . ' mittee: Bone Dry Club: A. A. A. H. Club: Medical - ' K '.:. 'i U Club: Yice-President of Junior Medical Class: Q xl 1 f "Fleas": Varsity Football '18, '10, '2O: Captain Foot- 4 ,ll Ill' A't.t'Iy-fo vw , HI ball '10: Yarsity Baseball 'l0: Y. M. C. A. Council '10, '2O: Hermaean. A merry noise-maker when there is nothing to do, but when work is in sight he does it. A giant in physique, but a dwarf in his resistance to the charms of his fair acquaintances. ROBERT E. SCHWARTZ, M. D. Sumrall, Miss. "I, thus neglecting worldly endx, all dedicated Tu closeness and the bettering of my mind." B. S. University of Mississippi, 1010: Ole Miss Board of Control '10: Y. M. C. A. Council '1O: President of Senior Medical Class 'Z0. His belief in Ole Miss is aptly shown by the fact that he brought his younger brother with him. and his success in both literary and medical work is one that should cause him to feel justly proud. JAMES S. THRELKELD, M, D. Saltillo, Miss. "He FOIIQIIPVS by diligent effort and constant per- Sl"l't'ftI71Cf'.n Medical Club '10, '20, A thorough student who puts his heart into his work, on the theory that the more he puts into it the more he will get out. A man worth watching. NORMAN LESLIE REAGAN, M. D. University, Miss. ".Yezler too late to Hlllkf' tl beginning, Honey! effort .DI'Ut'ltlfl1l.N' tl .mtixfllftory ending." Yice President Senior Medical Class. A studious man and a hard worker. One who will always get the most out of life. A pleasing word for all whom he meets and I1 jolly good fellow when all is szlill. 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FE " ' 5 l Wifi" Ji-,k1i5J'5lTr'CQ t ,..2. ,Q L-A '1.'w:-., , 'L .--v, YV 1 , -k 1-,fgy L '- 2' r .LF -,,'.-A. r , J. 4 ', ': fa""1+ 9' qlbh k"""1.l:. b only Sinn-e-14 """'9"".l-1. 4? 1 'Rau Evolution of Medical Class 1920 QDEDICATED TO 'rue inzoicu, r,xcci:ry, 1918 Little Ainoeba, we were, as you were, Brainless little mass. Counting things we didn't know, 'Strange that we could pass! Little Amoelm, we were, as you were, Shunning stimuli, Never clrezuniug that we Coulfl Evolute so high. 1919 Little Anioelm, we were, as you were, Tropic lll the mz1in3 Now we'x'e tztr surpassed you, lior we have 21 brain. Little Auioebzi, we were, as you were, Teacliing brought us here. Experience is worth much, Nothing is so clear. 1920 Little Ainoeha. wre were, as All-each girl and boy, Simple in our reflexes, Now, we'x'e psychic joy, ylfll were, Little -eXinoeha, we were. us Sadly we relate, Educatioifs hzircl lu get. Having it is great. yi -u were, R.D. 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GREENVILLE S. RAMSAY, M. D. Collins, Miss. Junior Prom Dance Committee: Scrub Baseball '10, Crow's Nest Club, Medical Club. LEIGHTON W. RAY, M. D. Kosciusko, Miss. U. S. Navy Gob's Club, Medical Club. WINDFRED L. REID, M. D. Calhoun, Miss. JESSE L. ROARK, M. D. Water Valley, Miss. JAMES SHELBY SHIPMAN, M. D. Ruleville, Miss. B. A. Millsaps College 'l8g Medical Club: Scribf blers: Y. M. C. A. Council: Phi Sigma Literary Society, Representative to Student's Volunteer Con- vention. Des Moines, Iowa. CURTIS H. TYRONE, M. D. Prentiss, Miss. J. THORNTON WALLACE, M. D. Clinton. Miss. School '10, Medical Club Orchestra '2O. MARQUIS C. WIGINGTON. M. D. Rara Avis, Miss. Medical Clubg American Legion, Masonic Club B. S. Mississippi College '173 Principal Charles- ton High School, 'ISL Principal Hamilton High A 'IUllIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllilillllllllllllllllllllilllllmIlllllllllllllllllIllIIIIllllIIllllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllIlllllllIllllllllllllllllllllillllIIIIIIIIlllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllm 'Ri yf'1'gf-q',u31,g'P- -..-f..f,,,s,f.t--1 ,Agq 1 . gg- -, .I --1,-,V Pfgilf'-Q'-a-s1'7'+ . H'-1' - Tr? 1575, 37111.32 gtg' ...J -- .Vt-Ah. ,Atv-5.4 xv- -E: 1-3. N Q.. 5-,.E1y-. 1- 1.4.-mi-..w. M, , ,,.-'Q-.,f . 4' .2 56515335.15 .'g"g'J:4tijlqQ ' ,hw el V-.gt-22:1 ff, gif" -V V 5 'A-. .- 1'H"cC. fb: .mpeg that-I-flv. , .,,,,1j ,L . '?J7',f'x-S . Af ,,- Us-' -,,.f. x gQ2E'4,'Q1:uaP'?".-v-- .V iff Q0 N ff' 3 6 .gf llll .N'l'.x'ly-riff!!! ARTHUR E. JONES, M. D. Clarksdale, Miss. JOE LEVI KELLUM, M. D. Guntown, Miss. CLYDE JAMES LEWIS, M. D. Amory, Miss. JAMES NICHOLAS LOCKARD, M. D. Van Cleave, Miss. Greek Club: Red and Blue Dance Committee: Medical Club: Crow's Nest Club. WILBURN MCNEASE. M. D. Indianola, Miss. Delta Tau Delta: President Junior Medical Class: Medical Club: Y. M. C. A. Council: A. S. B. O.: Gordon Hall Board Control: Crows Nest JOHN RILEY MCDANIEL. JR., M. D. Pontotoc, Miss. T. P. MCGAHEY, M. D. Embry, Miss. Glee Club '17, '2O: Mississippian Staff '20: Inter- collegiate llebater 'l0g Y. M. C. A. Cabinet '2O: Masonic Club: Medical Club. WALLACE H. MCLARTY, M. D. Water Yalley, Miss. President Pre-Medical Class '10: Yarsity Football 'l0: Scrub Baseball 'l0: Yice-President "M" Club: Medical Club Orchestra '18, '10, '.2O: P. O. Club. JAMES H. LIPSEY, M. D. Clinton, Miss. InIlmIllmlnllllIlllllltlllllllllllliillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllmlllllllllIlllllIIllllllIllllllIIlnmulllnlllllllllllllmllluulumnlllnImmunnumlmInmnlununnnmlunummmnmmulm ,f"9f3ot"" -9 1 'Q be "7 1' 4"""f IGP if if lk ve-vs 4Ilss.y2'+V'5?'?'?t J hwsfsifg """' L 29. Jie Q 'l 1 ii31fQ.7Ei?99,'.,- s 'M "-'l""9iE1' 5'i:'3ffAi5i-Eli' "'---'f'i'frf.'2'q15"-'fy?"'fHf-F-P'--f'f1'A- 'R A 3" QHTW. hlfpfffi .-uf, an ' ,w ' - ' my 'fir-.i5...s.L ' 5, ai- w,- 3 . . gs' - " -'iifnxii'-'.fff-?fr4 W 'i A-'Fx " 1.-'fig :F .fs 4- . -. vim- 721 Li .rv g.Q':' 5,' .11 , ' 30 ' ry --'- -. Pf 2 S,-:fi g.,- ' Hui.. Q fi: s,,1ef1f,.g+E..g4rgni,:g St- r f" ' Pfflvis' S' 2, . Ts C-Im f"'g'j' ,Z .' ' . li.. ' -1 , 1fig'i'xJg.g 'ja'-Z"f hf','.'Nff'.1:.'':1H?r.?,f,A.:. . as-1. .1-. ..,..1g... . -fwf-'is . . 4. - .- ., -. . -Jes .f'7kf...f2f,re . HOBERT STATON AWTREY, M. D. Steele, Ala. ROSWELL C. BASINGER, M. D. Mobile, Ala. Orchestra '18, '10, '20, Band '19, Code Instructor Wireless Telegraphy '19, Y. M. C. A. Council '19, I Tappa Kegs, "Yellow Dogs", Medical Club. SIEGFRIED BIEKER, M. D. Cullman, Ala. Medical Club, American Legion, Masonic Club. WILLIAM MIKE HOLEHAN, M. D. Batesville, Miss. HECTOR S. HOWARD, M. D. Jackson, Miss. FRANK TATE HARVEY, M. D. University, Miss. Orchestra '17, '18, '19, '20, Grub Moocher A. A. A. H. '19, Chief Hobo A. A. A. H. '20, Secretary- Treasurer junior Medical Class '20, Medical Club. LOUIE C. HENDERSON, M. D. Potts Camp, Miss. Varsity Basket Ball '10, '20, Varsity Baseball '19, Medical Club. CHARLES E. CATCHINGS, JR., M. D. Woodville, Miss. NOLAN S. DICKSON, M. D. Woodville, Miss. L? 1 4 1 P 1 1 r i 1 I - . I I l Page .S'i.rIy-ninf A 'HHH'ulIIummIInINInmllmlmmmlmllmmmlmlmlllmIImI'mmmI'mumHIlInllIIIIUIHHIIIIllIIIUllllllIllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIIIIlllIlllIllIlllllllIHlillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll 41, fe, iv, xy, or YW! QQ! KXTWPW Ya -' ,FQ 18135 " Wan 5:3-Q, -rw 11 if 25,fq'Q'JjER.-N. '5' L wi " QU" J, Swvvff "'- 35' :K'f,fv'yn5 u "" "' ' "u . p - ,,. .- , . - .- ,. , .. - - . --- . - , , gi ,5'F,,Q,'Qf1 -I m- ,A J4., .G . ,, , X ,.f,., ,rl ,,, - k , , , Q , L. , .1 . 1 , .-N, .9 1 15- ..l 14.3 .. ,ii E . 'F Tjjrig if -A f. ,lk-. 1 .gf Y V. A Y 1: K gxfsdjiw ,,,f:g,4.: ,- yr. 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Hr-fJ".f, . ., f -, ,M . fi. . 4-J "zu-'1."""-'PV "fx R--'10 .mf 9-'wwf -K ffl-Q-qfitraaff' 'Ek ' grg Senior Law Class U If If I L 12145 . , . Klydc Iilllltfl' ru-xwr . , ,x I, l'rn-eirlcnt. l'1'csiclc11t. I'1l'xX'IL'f lxccrl NIZIIWNQ' ,, , Xvicv- Lf R. Nlnviichl . ,. SL'CI'ClilI'- XY. S Smith SENIDH A -'liTCZlSLlI't'I'. Ilistm'i:m. Pagf' Srfwzzly-tlzrrf InIIulIllIIlllllIlllltllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIIlllIlllllllllllllthlllllllllllllllllllllIllllIllllllmlllllllllllIllllmllulllumunlllummmmlnIlnlmllullllIIIluIImlmluu1muliumnnnmllunu 'SF we ,Q-rt 'lIlr,3'4.4'tf"s ' F i eg gs, 2 , Q W 'gr t' Lu as flfajvrg' -- -sff' 1, 'gets '9n'1v.: ',"L'jfE ' fx' ,: k- I 5 ' f:Y'!"1-'L 4:1 "" ,CY '5 7 4 Q.. Q 7. 3 -'. 1 , W' iftf3ja31:f2.efLf'?2.,Z3f?7,'s, 9 0 4.. 5:2 i -. .rs ' f :1 54.f1,,tk.'s,Qzssaq5Q F hnwt' -' -s . Q . ., - .,,.'r., .. . " A . Jul.:-'91:. 1,""fs- GERARD H. BRANDON. LL. B. Natchez. Miss. "The 1cfu'L'r1z.111 iw knoien by his works." Secretary Hermaean Literary Society 'ITL Presi- dent junior Law Class. '1Tg Chairman Honor Council junior Law Class '1Tg Yice-President Masonic Club, '203 Yellow Dogs: A. E. F. Clubg A. A. A. H. Clubg Red and Blue Club: Law Club, American Legion. As District Attorney of Cniversity County, he has proven to his constituents, that his success as a lawyer is assuredffor verily "By their points ye shall know them." ADRIAN LATHAM BRUNSON. LL. B. Meridian, Miss. "Deeper than did ever plummet sound." Law Club: American Legion. If "The tree as the twigs inclined" we see in the future a sober judge, whose knowledge of the law is profound and whose execution of it is amazing. ROBERT JEFFERSON COKER, IR., LL. B. Yazoo City, Miss. "Lei zo consider the reoszm of the vase for nothing iv Zinc that ix not reason." Yice-President Junior Law Class '19g Yice-Presi- dent Blackstone Club 'JOQ Y. M. C. A. Council 'ZOQ Alpha Epsilon '10, 'LOL Chairman Honor Council junior Law Class '10, B. S. Mississippi A. 8 M. '18. Quietly, unassuming. yet forcefully, this native of Yazoo City has made himself known as a man to he reckoned with. A man with no enemies. but many friends. JAMES TANNER CRAWLEY, JR., LL. B. Kosciusko, Miss. "Let any man Speak long enough and he will get l1r'lif'1'erx." Freshman Medalg Chemistry Club: President Hermaean '10, Assistant Librarian '10, 'lSg Odom Prize 'log Blackstone Clubg President Junior Law Class 'ISL Y. M. C. A. Council '18, Intercollegiate Dehater '18, '20, President Student Body '18, Yellow Dogsg Assistant in Law '10, Secretary, G. ll. B. C. 'ISQ Proctor, '10, '203 Mississippian Staff '15, 'IOL Ole Miss Board of Control: William Jen- nings Bryan Medal '10g Senior Speaker '10g A, A. A. H..: Secretary University Club, '10, 'ZOQ American Legion: A, S. B. O. '203 President Masonic Club, 'IOL Student Assistant in History. '20, B. S. with distinction. 'l0. Truly at man to whom no field of knowledge is foreign yet one whose greatest work has been for his Alma Mater. for "whom greater love hath no lllilll. IIIIlIlIIllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllmlllllllllllllIllIllllllllIIIIllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllll llllllllllIIIIIlllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllilIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll .avr XS ,pa ,,bx1o vw, ,QM 'Ko fe, vu it e AQsf,e,P,, .N sw-Ki'-f-f-v ills- Ln-fie-apr A 'I I -f Q- --- A-A -...mg ... . --V .. . ,. -. . . . . . . .. ,,..,. .. . .,. . U, 3j.1.5f: Ln, .N ...umm N, . 15,-3 .: . A5 . . . J Aims' 1? . sv-XT, .I 9511 -mi, Q was g - ,Mm-5 E, gpfi -gwgk -I-:nl ft I1-2 'qi-f 3 'S' lair. ""54 1-ff' 1' as .: .. ' - '..eei..f11lfw:f'f Q-at l vi-l " ' 'Q -1, 7-' ' ' i ' 5 1-if "-.I 43' -'j.,,.-.fig mi Jed. ' J, ' . ""' R. 1 5, .. .5 Q- ,-.... 1 t.-gag, f.Q.,f,f,-,-f:..Q,,. 'L'41FL:,.1'?e pts, ,- .., .I J: P".j5"fQ", , . ' . P .. 5' QQ.-,f 44-.L di.: g','f,:gi ' ' A H f- -9- "fr-I 4-'V 'f -.1 V' ' -W - H -' -ff s. . --f-V .. ..-1... . . 4i:iu-' 'fix s,"".v- f' zu. , JAMES W. CRENSHAW, LL. B. Colliersville. Tenn. "I confess to the xweetest of crimes, .1 fair maiden, woo'a' and won." B. S. University of Mississippi 'l0g Blackstone Club 'ZOQ American Legion. A man whose opinion is respected by all. As sober as a judge, but withal as jolly as a cockney cabman. Watch him come out on the top in the scramble of life. CLIFTON LAMAR DENTON, LL. B. Meridian, Miss. "Seven hourx to law, to soothe and slumber xmfen, ten to the world allot." Blackstone Clubg American Legion. When pleading a legal case, his greatest attain ment, he puts his soul into his utterances, all of which is good training for Cupid's case for which he is soon to plead. JOHN HENRY FOX, JR., LL. B. Clinton, Miss. HYOIHZJQ in limbs, in judgment old." B. A. Mississippi College 'ISQ President Blacks stone Club 'ZOQ Intercollegiate Debating Council 'ZOQ Clerk of Moot Court 'ZOQ Vice-President Her- maean '2O. A sly one too, for in all cases both legal and otherwise, no one has ever yet been able to catch him when he was looking the other way. MARTIN GARNER, LL. B. Tunica. Miss. "He who xhould vearrh for pearls must dive below." Blackstone Club. During his one year at the University Law School he has shown himself a lawyer of high caliber and unquestioned worth. A man that can be depended tupon and a man who has a bright future before im. Q3 s Page Sz'1'f'1l!y- li-rf IlllllllllllIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllillIIIIIIIlllllIllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIIIllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllll I '7 lllllllllll lllllll ll l l ll' 'K Hg 541 B 1-mvpfng' ----sj"!' 1-"fW'i'?- """" j?32'-"Sg,i,g?'f-gg-,f'. :gg 4 ' F 'g Z' ' '-F ,ii ' N: ' ,fvfv 'sWl1.:v"4-.'!iC?7a52- it 5 ef 6.9711 'B Q- 3 :Z 2 5 ,' ,r i 'Qi-as fgriaiiiff,.Q-,.5!C,-,xfiighis is fc, . A t- EQ -: Lsgfgn ,4-4 mvtasgf ASQ ei , gag.-QF f ,, , , ...N - f,f?.+'.. :fur-'15x,..,g1if::l:,' Wa af"".'--ARR , WILLIAM HARRINGTON HILZIM, LL. B. Jackson, Miss. "Strength of heart and might of limb, Are winners in this pastime." Blackstone Law Clubg American Legiong Her- maean Literary Society. A tall, athletic fellow with a genial smile. His popularity among his fellow students, and ability as a lawyer augurs well for his future success. CLYDE LAXIER HESTER, LL. B. Taylorsville, Miss. "1ir"n to the dztllest peasant standing by Ile 5t'4'1Il'tl' the master spirit of the land." President Senior Law Class 'ZOQ President Her- maean 'IS3 President A. S. B. O. 'ISL Debating Council 'ZOQ Intercollegiate Debater '17, '18g Y. M. C, A. Council '17, Cabinet '18, Vice-President Law Club 'ISQ American Legion: Masonic Club, Red and Blue Clubg A. A. A. H. Clubg University Clubg Mississippian Board Control '17g Business Manager Mississippian '183 Advertising Manager Ole Miss 'ISQ Ole Miss Staff 'IOQ Secretary-Treasurer Gordon Hall Boarding Club '10, 'ZOQ Gordon Hall Board Control '183 Scrub Football '17g Yellow Dogsg T. A. R.g Assistant Business Manager Ole Miss '20, A horn orator and a wide-awake law student endowed with a keen intellect and magnetic per- sonality. One of the most popular students in school. DAVID VVARREN HOLINIES, LL. B. Hattiesburg, Miss. "But still hix tongue ran an, the lesx of weiglzt it bore with greater ease." Varsity Baseball '15, '10, 'l7g Captain Baseball 'l7g Red and Blue Clubg Hermaean Literary So- ciety: Most Popular Student '17g Class Champion Football team '143 Junior Prom Dance Committee 'l7g Sheriff "Moot" Court '2Og I Tappa Kegs 'ISQ "M" Clubg All-Southern Pitcher '10, A iolly good fellow, and one with real worth. An "ex-all-southern" twirler, popular among his fellows, and one who knows womenfhis only regret is his state of baehelorhood. CHARLES RUSSELL MAYFIELD, LL. B. Kosciusko, Miss. "Omer no man anything, but to low' one another: for he that loeetlz annllzer halh fulfilled the law." Blackstone Club: Phi Sigmag Secretary Senior Class '20, Varsity Football 'l7g "M" Clubg Man- ager Picture Show '18, 'ZOQ Chief Paymaster Gobs Cluh. A man esteemed by all. One who puts his best in all he undertakes whether it he managing the local picture show or a Moot Court case. IIlllilIiIiiiimilimlimiimlImilIiiiilmlililliiiilniililimillmimiiiiiiiiiIiiiniiiiiiiliIIIiiiiIIIiIilinIiilllillilillIllllllllllllllmlliimlllllillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllliililllllillllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHI 4, V ,Q Al KK, 14. , L 41 -8 K?" ,V ,fi 'ani -, r, .SWA ,yn ,.-.X -ww,y-W? 13 zvefg, 4 sw 5 5 iq., inn R.: Q ,sigma 'um' - . "uh -' Hr - - u 1' r - - f -As A sl -.---f A , . -. , , . , ... V--.., -,, or an -nf , V , 2, gr .,f 1, , ,-1"- ,r.- 41, 1 . X-4.4 -v.,-I 4, .,, ,QL-5,0 K., .A Vs .- ESP' . . qv sry,-, Lt .vp-,-nv. ' .3. 3. . f..w,.'b-. .V .- g2.Iggf5.'j"' . C9 IIC? " ' '- :PEE 0 4 3-Haifa" . ,RTT . if, ff?" 1-.yi -J-.lkjjii if A- Zzl ff'-1. '- ,f n in-rf ""-- cf-f +5-G .1 . f- to :Qf":w.,Qs'.', pe -.-F!-,,. . - .jf 03 I. .mf LM? :eu 5 - - . Q -gg--1 ,JA , I., 294513-'51-:.f3g,..aF my 2,-lr ' if el gLIs,,':'-19? 1 fi fbi" -- A 5, xl-ce,,1g:f,Q22 ,mfg if-fa ff 'M'-'9""f'LL"'S5:i1' J.f595g-::-9'nw4'T5-1-'?- - f..s.1l1-. . f'bf4-'ffis . it .- -,-I . , J3.:7R"1Q':u'1f""'.---' PERCY D. LIDDELL, LL. B. Fayette, Miss. "A young man married, is a man that'5 marr'd." Red and Blue Club, Blackstone Club, Yellow Dog Club. A true friend, a hard worker. and a good one. A man who expresses himself forcefully in a few words. FELIX BOWDEN MONTGOMERY, LL. B. Pickens, Miss. "fl n ounce of reality is worth a pound of r0manre." B.A. Mississippi College '17, Honor Council '18, Secretary Senior Law Class, Critic Blackstone Club, Hermaean Literary Society, Y. M. C. A. Council '20, Red and Blue Club, Scribblers Club, Special Distinction. One of the strong men of the Senior Class. A man who goes to the heart of matters in all he undertakes. Cool, quiet and collected-always. FOWLER REED MALONE, LL. B. Hernando, Miss. "The envious man grows lean at the XIICCESY of his neiglzborf' Vice-President Blackstone Club '10, Yice-President Senior Law Class '20, Grader of papers in Junior Law. A long, lean fellow with a consuming love of law. One who never speaks unless he knows his subject. FITZ R. MORGAN, LL. B. North Carrolton, Miss. liDifidC?Zl'6 and awkwardness are the two anlidotev to love." Attorney'General Blackstone Club, Executive Council .American Legion, Representative State Legislature from Carrol County, Masonic Club, Y. M C. A. Council. A law student who has already made himself felt in the State Legislature. A man of courteous de- meanor, and what is more-ability. Wai. I 72 2: 3 P... .. ws. . , , Page Se-zienty-.vmwz 'IllIIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllll lllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll 7-0 rc: ,sure QW? . . . - '-rf-'f'.'.,-e 1... 'Q .1- ..-ff.. s .vw 1 . ' ' 1-ef-,. :ff -4-.'.,:x.Q F- .frm zwirb T """"f'1'3ifi'fi'1JY T-.'1.Zii"'f"f .-a3.'1f:"g-.3 ,,'--.A -1 ff - .. 4',.c:n,:-r hy- ..- x-. N s . .. .y '. A," 'fel-3 :+'f've? IQ, A--Sag '-Q' 'ei-,m "'..1 ' Aa ,I we-rs uf M-1 as fl: -.' Q ,ee-9 5 fs tl -1: 1? '-' mga 3 , f i- - at L gil if ig ffxf..i?.'sfw,A.,fLa5f'2na A 55,4 .'-ilgm .'-:fi-1 JJ T' 1-,fiffgfi .Y fy NS ' ' 5 ,Q 'Ev' -P441 Ps! ' . -.-,'.'-F-L-v".'.f'141' -sa-s .ss-2 - as-.I , -.---f-.- . . . ue '1 :s-1.".'-- - IL fbdnlhpulf llll llllllllllllllllllilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllll lllllllllllllllllll S I 41,4 xxx 'ir' of V Leu-naiswwalga s ' f-95 ll f .'., K"T".L'...." 4 l'1mf .Sri 4 lllyw lyfll HENRY MOUNGER. Jr.. LL. B. Columbia, Miss. "Ile clollzerl zelzotever subject he spoke upon in most eloquent words." B. S. University of Mississippi 'IOS Secretary- 'l'reasurer junior Literary Class '18: Secretary- Treasurer Junior Law Class '101 Red and Blue Clubg Treasurer Junior Prom: Chairman Senior Dance Committee '2O: Masonic Club: .American Legiong Hermaean Literary Society: Pi Kappa Alpha. A man of perseverance, ability. and assurance. Une who speaks well of everyone-even those who oppose him in politics. FLOY B. PARK, LL. B. Stamford, Texas. "He jolloweth knozeledge like a setting star." Stamford College '17g Blackstone Club: Hermaean Literary Societyg A. E. F. Clubg Gobs Clubg Ameri- can Legion. A native of the Lone Star State with all his native state's aggressiveness. Quiet and industrious, he makes his presence felt wherever he may be, jAMESON GAYLE ROGERS. LL. B. Tupelo. Miss. "fronted In make' teonzerz faire." Red and Blue Club '103 President junior Law Class 'IOL A. S. B. 0. 'IOL Hermaean Literary S0- cietyg Blackstone Club '10, '2O. Originally from Viiashington and Lee, it took Gale but a short time to become popular with his fellows, not to speak of the Co-eds. He loves equally well-A-a lively dance. or a hard lesson in Con- tracts. JAMES SIMRALI.. jr., LL. B. Madison, Miss. ".l!f1iclion may one day .xmile again, 'Til 111011 xi! thee dozen .sorro1e." li. A, University of Mississippi, with distinction, 'IOQ Herniaean l.iterary Society: Blackstone Club: tiolt' Clulig Yellow llogsg Greek Club: Taylor Medal in Spanish 'ISQ Mississippian Staff '18, Une of our most brilliant students. Not an idler hut a lad who makes high grades with little ef- fort. Always in a cheerful mood and with the student hody in any undertaking. llIllllllllllilllilllliillil llllllllllllllllllmlllllllillilllllllllilillllllll'lilllllllllmiulliillllillllllillillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllilllllllllllilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll gg 'K ,:'.?x'7-459' " A 5 -" 3 ir, ,,r 5' iq! QWQLRC L Q ,Q-X .iv AQ I' , hr- ., I L 1 L L- .P - .J.tcafv,IiJs32 ,jug-:ti-E14 A 7,f,.fsgle:-Ig?N-.4-xg-5,-sis.-ff, '51iw,.,2- f.,.!i3t15. gl. 'greg :sn-1v.gg5ar3 3- "f "f"?ni1?:' .' ' 1'-Lew -" ""-?"'. 5 11+ 's ' 'I .f ' 2' 1gy5.f.'4vq-:Ml-seg 5-ug vp, J.. -,J ' 1 E..-.. '-.-'32,-,Q I, .-, .ff aw. -gh Y.-,sf ,,,-1- ,,..1,g1 ,139 . . fl,-.A,:,gm.ae.t,3v . 1' -f , qu-v,.,:! K-as g 5 VA- Avg 1 r Q -55,5-,qgamp ,A+ I4 ,,,ylfh7,5 -1 1' :nf-vs f-4 we-?f:.s1: M 1- 2 'A A sf 1-M:sse,,g,F-5 , . . t .. 1-fa, .wk 4 -9.31-. I-.-fr f - . 1- .- ,fs cw.-ff. ,, , .,i, , . , x 1: "HTA a,""'.+ ., . y, .Riff Ami, gqwqr' JOHN MITCHELL GOLDEN, LL.B. Walnut Grove, Miss. 'Lorie seldom lzoznzts the breast where learning lies." Y. M. C. A.: Blackstone Club, American Legion: A. E. F. Club: lst Lieutenant, U, S. Infantry: Ma- sonic Club. President Blackstone Club. John first came among us several years ago and remained until Uncle Sam's first call. Determined to be a lawyer, he returned this year and completed his course with honors. HERBERT A. HARPER, LL.B. Florence, Miss. "Silenre is ll symbol of wisdom." Millsaps. '17, '18, Blackstone Club, American Legion. Genial, sincere, and a born worker-he allows little knowledge to escape him. His favorite study is Biology, and he is a shark in that. JAMES BOYCE HENDERSON, LL.B. University, Miss. "It is not what you might have done, but zvlml you do that counts." Phi Sigma Oratorical Medal: University Oratori- cal Medal: Representative M. I. O. A. 'lop Inter- collegiate Debater 'lo. Tall, spare and blessed with a will of his own. A man who will not be content with small matters. LEON F. HENDRICK, LL.B. jackson, Miss. "He .seeks and he findx, he ottarks and he fo1zquerx." A B., Millsaps College, 'log Law School George Washington University 'l7: Kappa Sigma: A. A. A. H.: Hermaean Literary Society. Y. M. C. A., Black- stone Club: President A. E. F. Club, Vice-Chain man American Legion. A'native. of jackson, but withal a good fellow, an industrious student, and a man of sterling worth. One who knows his own mind. "'zas ,-.- ! . ,nn 1. . . ...H---,....v.....-......---.... , . , Paye Sm'ef1fy-Izirze mlmIIIIIIlllllIllllllllllllllllllllIlIllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllltlllllllllIllllIllIlltlllllllllllIlllllllllllllIIIIIIllIIIIllnlllllllllllllmllnlllnnllnulmllunnnnnIIIummIImllmiltlmllnnnu IlllIllllllllllllllllllllll I 1 ss'ax'afsrfts3"am?m" '-'-"Jaw 'Q -I-"g5Ae1.'.'f eff "ffF'f' f"""'t V A.-,rat 1.7-1, iai..qrMb ti. -Fir: -.- 2,14 -A Jie? L digg.. . . v N 0 - - .1 . '-. H., :. - , A K ,- "ws , , . ,Q iw.,-:,.,..L.w..L V., tg.. L A. . , ,H 5 A .-,, My 'A-, .- Ht up .mn if P.: ,-Q2 -, ,, i w- its 7. . Q sf ., f v----ff'-. .. . , 'f "" rr'- e K qw ? ii K of "'ff5""fi n.n,,,iNv'l"Q"1"" 21' W E s WILBURN SUBER SMITH, LL.B. Oxford Miss. "I must be measured by my soulg Tlze mind'5 the standard of the man." Y. M. C. A, Council '10, Cabinet '20g Junior Law Grader, 'ZOQ Class Historian, 'ZOQ President Black- stone Club, '10: Alpha Phi Epsilon '10, '2O: Inter' collegiate Debating Council '10, 'ZOQ Honor Coun- cil. 'l0g Chaplain Literary Society, '10, 'ZOQ Her- maean Reporter '10, 'ZOQ Law Librarian '10g Class Historian, '10, His work is his one and only love. To full below A has been his aim-nor has he to reach it. never failed DONALD STEYENSON WRIGHT, LL.B. Grenada, Miss. 'Zin able man slzowx his .spirit by gentle words and rexulute artionsq he is neither hot nor timid." President A. S. B. O. 'ZOQ President Scribblers 'ZOQ President Hermaean 'l0g President Junior Class '17g President Y. M, C. A. 10185 Business Manager "Ole Miss" 'ZOQ Treasurer Red 8: Blue Club 'ISL Secretary Treasurer Gordon Hall Board- ing Club, 'ISQ Hermaean Anniversarian '2Og Vice- President University Club, '2Og A. A. A. H.g Ma- sonic Clubg Gordon Board of Control 'log Crows Nest Club: "I Tappa Kegsf' "Ole Miss" Staff '171 Mississippian Board of Control, '17g Black- stone Clubg Chemistry Clubg Vice-President Alumni Association '10, Almost every college honor has been thrust upon Brilliant in the back of this unprotesting student. intellect and upright in conduct he has made an ex- cellent model for many a student. llfll' l.1qhly College Life 'l'he lights are on: the sereen becomes ziltvez liolil ligtires strong with manly grace :tppenrg .Xxvhile they holrl the view, :intl then pzlss out lo lie no nnrre reeztlleil. lfztint slizulmx'-sltnpes Hiotliershlnr the sereen,:1ll inrlistinet. l'erelizinee :t ligttre. frziiler than the rest l'nnotieeil hy his fellows, sinks :nnicl 'I'he tln-ong. Anil so they CHII1CZlllIlQ'u, 'l'he lights :ire on: :intl now zigztin :ire MT, 'l'he lfziitlifnl hzxnfl if ever Mer the tihn. 'l'he olil ninehine lnllils its destiny UI' xx'm'li. .Xml now zttlotllet' reel goes un, Anil other Iigures eonie within the viewg l':iss in :incl otttQ-ntnl soon :tnother reel l'nts on its sliifting personnel. li lg "IlllllllIllIIIllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIlIlllIllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllIlllllllllllllllIIlllIlllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllIIIHINIIlllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllIIllllllllllllllllllllllm i 'V Q k,x'y'Q','4'f',-' si .fi-a F, "'- ' '. ,fig "Z gg-,J 17.9 'fzQf95l77i1?f?Q':' J-Po 3: I 11 ' N ' ' .J'."" gg'-1 zu' - '- 'r Y ' "f. ' 9:3 A .' . ' f' 25. f Q.1g"f:,sj3ffs'- ly F-M ii-55,93 R if.: hyd, V lf :. f--1, f --.1-.-. - 5- f :f ,-4'-' - 2 , -.1 --ia-'Q!w 1911- ku? .ff 181'-myzgsf, Mft - 1 ..,. .lj ., I -I-v1"f' .v , V R ' . .ff --, .-fibgyllfq, ,fJ'igL,f,"d fc 'a,""',x- Y History of the Senior Law Class l-IE Senior Law Class of 1920 is composed of the survivors of the junior classes of 1916, '17, '18 and '19, Thus it is evident that we have not all been associated for two years. However this may be, W we were thrown together, and have worked together this year. It - 5 - was during this year that we formed lasting friendships, that will " bind us together and hold us close to one another always. f iglf i I In all college activities we have tried to do our part. In athletics we did our part, giving to the baseball team one of the best pitchers the Uni- versity has ever known-D. XY. Holmes. In the Y. M. C. A. we were recog- nized as leaders, and in the literary societies there were none that could surpass the members of the Senior Law Class of '20. XYe furnished men for the inter-collegiate debates who upheld the success of their class, as was characteristic of everything we undertook. In all the college activities the class was an important factor. VVe will soon go forth to bless the world, I hope, with an uplift of higher ideals of American manhood. XYe are proud of our profession, and we hope to be an honor to it. As has been said by one of our leading jurists: "while it is cheap wit for many to say sneering things about our profession, yet if you strike from the Anglo Saxon history the thoughts and deeds of lawyers, you rob it of more than half its glory. Blot from American society today the lawyer, and all 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 the Sahara. For the mystic force that binds our civilization together, and makes possible its success and glories is the law. and they who minister at its shrine, and keep alive its sacred hres as you and I, and that vast multitude of co-workers who boast of no higher title than that of a lawyer." NVhere there are no lawyers there is no law, and where there is no law there is no civilization. The good that lawyers do is a part of the every day occurrences of life, and, therefore, a part of all the conditions which make life worth living. ' The lawyer, in every honestly pressed lawsuit, is seeking to bring about a condition where one man's rights are brought into the proper relationship with his fellows and the State. The Senior Class of 1920 is composed of men who have studied their profession, mastered its details, who realize the duties it imposes upon them and who will give to the discharge uf those duties energy directed by a good conscience. XYe shall not lose sight of the dignity of our profession and the Obligations which its exhalted duties impose. XVe, the members of the Senior Class of '20, will go forth with a determi- nation to conduct ourselves as consecrated priests of justice, ready to serve at its altars with clean hands and white robes. -HISTORIAN. Page Eighty-one llllIllIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII1IIIIIIIIII llllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllilIINIIIIMIIIIIIIIlIllllllllllIIIIlIlllllIllIlllllllllllllltllullIlllllumlnllllulnlnmmnlllunlmlIIllllllunInulmnualnumuunuummm o p Q -'Q 'J 'WWE .., , ve-K k axe? 5 ff' N 'H' P Ysgw ML Psp P -f Nw-f' 25" 'fi " .W ?5Q'3Q57f5ii'?7:f'ffgfjm' 7"gfk'5iZ 5,'f:?A" 'l?"'?Q3 A"i2f9' A1" ""g """ X F ff?" -1- Q, ,v ,R ,9,'f' . -'f - -P . ' . 4 ' v, ,. , ...u ' 'f 'e5.'J'ff' Val' 3 5 ' Y S 1, "3-vf.J'7 Q1- 1 5: - A, .- -'Y .Z .. .1 wyf, ,NR , ,ky . Jr- ,- 4, . ... . Q' . ,W ,.r., K -' , I a -4, '-:vita-yv-,,,. Y Junior Law Class Ul"1"lL'IfRS Cvorgv llewes Murphy A, A , ,Y , , A,,,,, I '1-Qgidem, Hugh K. Nlalwm. Jr.. ., A.,.,. Vice-Ijresidem, MVS- IVCY E' Vf7f'I'lC5 , Secrctary-'1'1'ez1s11rer. XWTLN ,bfi EV' MW W 4 I' AN, dui , WL . Q 1 .v . 3 ! V ff-'Hn' V' V X 1 I Q , wsu 1' "vu, , , . + NN U U N I0 ' N , I V f, ff 'mv .NNW5 , X if NS R ,,j. 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Varsity Football '17, '18, '19, Varsity Base- ball '18, '10g President Phi Sigma 'ZOQ Mississip- pian Board Controlg Assistant Athletic Director '10, Intercollegiate Debaterg Law Club. ISAAC FULTON BELL, LL.B. Tula, Miss. Vice-President Phi Sigma Literary Society 'ZOQ Intercollegiate Debater 'ZOQ Blackstone Clubg Representative elect from Lafayette County. SAMUEL HOLLOWAY BOWERS, LL.B. Gulfport, Miss. ""'? DRURY TALMAGE BROWN, LL.B. " Sidon, Miss. JOHN ED BROWN, LL.B. Blue Mountain, Miss. RUFUS HORTON CREEKMORE, LL.B. Water Valley, Miss. Red and Blue Club, Chairman Red and Blue Dance Committee, Varsity Football '18, '10g "M" Club, Mgr. 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C. A. Council and Cabinet, Mississippian Staff, '17, "Ole Miss" Staff 'ISQ Odom Prize, Di- vision. HINDMAN DOXEY, LL.B. D Holly Springs, Miss. Most Popular Boy '10, President Y. M. C. A. '20, President Sophomore Class, Chairman Junior Prom Committee, Secretary Scribblersg Yice-President Hermaean, Red and Blue Clubg Ole Miss Dance Committee: Cheer-leader '18, '10, Intercollegiate Debaterg Treasurer American Legion, Hermaean First Oratorg University Club, Blackstone Clubg Honor Council. COLIN ORLANDUS GILBERT, LL.B. Winchester, Miss. PATRICK HENRY, JR., LL.B. Yicksburtz, Miss. ELLIS CARROLL HENRY, LL.B. Moort-head. Miss. HENRY MATHENY HOOD, LL.B. Kilmichuel, Miss. CHARLICS ICMERSON FARMER, LL.B. Como, Miss, 'wllllllllllll lllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllIlllIlIIIIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIlIllllHIIIIlIllIIulIllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllnmnnmnnlIllmnInIIlllIIHIIIlunmnnlulxlllllllmulnnnulm f't'mfesT"xm2w- 'dawg-1:1-znifl 1 21:1-.'q -- if T'?'i1'A5A"7'?'3"f'i0"l ggi? 3 ti 26.325 a-we if ,xi Z' ,v-.. 'Q' f1':,',,-.-9' -. - - : ' 1 f'--., 2315 'f. " If .ine ft, ." ' .' JJ- , .fig 4.1 H JQ11' 7 q. - ,sg A.-,f y H' 'zgc f F 5 ". 419-11. 'F - 'if'-'1"'f"k7iT3Q9 1 ...Ji .. -Tfi-17-iff , 1 X -.. . HENRY VVARE HOBBS, LL.B. Brookhaven, Miss. Phi Sigma Literary Society: Blackstone Law Club: Vice-President Brookhaven Club '2O: Y. M. C. A. Council: Intercollegiate Debater '2O: Mississippian Staff '20: Orchestra 'Z0. ALFRED Y. HARPER, LL.B. Jackson, Miss. A.B. Millsaps: Kappa Alpha: Scribblers: Blackstone Club. WILLIAM HARALSON, LL.B. Meridian. Miss. A.E.F. Club: Hermaean Literary Society: Class Football, 'l0: Blackstone Law Club: "Fleas": Scrub Football, 'l9: American Le- gion. JAMES CLINTON JOURDON, JR., LL.B. Iuka, Miss. President Gob Club: Phi Sigma: Blackstone: A,E.F. Club: Masonic Club. VAN COONER KINCANNON, JR., LL.B. Tupelo, Miss. T.M.I.: Captain Scrub Football Team '18: I Tappa Kegs: Crow's Nest Club: Junior Prom Committee 'ZO: "Ole Miss" Editorial Staff '10. '20: Webb School Club: Mississippian Staff '18, '10, 'ZOQ Athletic Board Control 'l8: President Diaflem: Blackstone Club. HUGH K. MAHON, JR,, LL.B. Holly Springs, Miss. Cheer-leader 'ZOQ Blackstone Club. GEORGE H. MURPHY, LL.B. Gulfport, Miss. JOHN EDWARD MCCALL, LL.B. Hattiesburg, Miss. ,.,.-33,-.4-J.-,1.::, . .,.,.. 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A.g A.E.F, Clubg Intercollegiate Debaterg Honor Council junior Law Class '20. J. M. WELLS, JR., LL.B. Magee. Miss. l ADAM MARS. LL.B. Philadelphia. Miss. Blackstone Law Club. IYEY EDWIN PEICBLES, LL.B. Philadelphia, Miss. Secretary4Treasurer Blackstone Law Clubg News Editor of Mississippiang "Ole Miss" Staff l 'ZOQ Cniversity Club. ' MRS. IYEY IC. PEEBLES, LL.B. Philadelphia, Miss. Secretary-Treasurer Junior Law Class. CASPISR C. PHILLIPS, LL.B. Meridian, Miss. A.A.A,H.g Blackstone Club 3 Hermaeang "Fla-ns"g Mississippian Staffg "Ole Miss" Staffp Secretary Masonic Club. JAMES BURSOX SYKICS, LL.B. Pinola. Miss. lf1r1rl.l,1f1 J IA 'flllllllllllll l I Il I llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll llillIll!IIIIIIIIllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllll numulmunlmuumiluunnnnnmmnmuiummm1InnIIluIunnmnmannummnuunmunw We.ei+f.--sa2i,"'!iff3S?w '-i"'sWfff1i.EfSfs f Lne2'.'1-.-'1"-uv M, ra "":-sz' 'J' of: iz -H--aW?wzff15fiafF.a4P2f5 3:l:'rfTS5+?37f 15 " 1, " U. A 423915.25 'Q' ini' 2 3'3'?eZ?5f51ff93f?iQg5575i fl,'i'1siff'1r:.'iQH? 39251-ssqwnfair. .,,.i1g... . , ,,1i's?v:Jj, , .. , ,Q ANDREW S. SCOTT, LL.B. Lockhart, Miss. Hermaean, Blackstone Club, President of junior Law Class Honor Council. CHESTER L. SUMNERS, LL.B. Marietta, Miss. Honor Roll, Varsity Football, '17g Basket Ball '18, '10, '20, Intercollegiate Debater '19, President of Phi Sigma First term '10, Member "Mississippian" Board of Control '19, "Ole Miss" '20, Editorial Staff, Masonic Club. CLIFTON ALEXANDER WEST, LL.B. Aberdeen, Miss. ROBERT X. WILLIAMS, LL.B. Oxford, Miss. CHARLES D. WILLIAMS, LL.B. Yazoo City, Miss. Blackstone Law Club, A.E.F. Club, B.A. and MA. Univ. of Virginia '17. ,.,, ,,, ROBERT R. DINSMORE, LL.B. Macon, Miss. BRAXTON L. CURRIE, LL.B. , , Harpersville, Miss. PETER STOCKETT, LL.B. Turnbull, Miss. B. R. SHIPP, LL.B. Oxford, Miss. 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Red and Blue Club: Senior Dance Committee: , Vice-President Engineering Department '10: Vice- President Ole Miss Engineers '2O: Secretary and Treasurer Engineering Department '2O: Y.M.C,A, Council: King Diadem. "Bill" has great love for members of the fairer 5 l I sex and equally strong hatred of mathematics. We can see him now as he shimmies over the Alps . r with his surveying instruments. An altogether lov- able and well beloved student. , WILLIAM M. McDOWELL, B.E. l jackson, Miss. A "For thy sake, toharro, I would do anything but , die." ' Kappa Sigma, Millsaps: Yice-President Engineer- I ing Class '2O: Ole Miss Engineers: Secretary and Treasurer A.E.F. Club. "Mac" boasts of several months overseas and many and thrilling are the experiences he relates. His fondness for the ladies led him to coach the girls in basket ball, at which he made a success. With his cheery nature and sunny disposition he will succeed in any of the walks of life. CECIL R. MOSER, B.E. Iuka. Miss. "lj honor lie in eating, he"s right honorable." Phi Sigma Literary Society: American Legion: Y.MrC.A. Council: Ole Miss Engineers: Historian of Senior Engineering Class: Taylor Medal in Mathematics. . -, Here is a student who truly believes that "Silence is Golden" and backs up this statement by astonv ishing grades in his work. No one would ever ac- . cuse him of being a Beau Brummel but embodied 'I in him are all the elements which spell success in after life. JOHN LEE LINDER, B.E. Oxford, Miss. "Attempt the end and never stand to doubt, Nothing so hard but xearfh will find it out." He hails from the metropolis of Oxford and does not try to conceal the fact. His chief weakness is his fondness of playing ball with the Oxford "High Schoolers" but that he is respected by his class- mates is attested by his being president of his class. Page Ifigllty-nine' . 4- fs, : 'W' ' .,..fi:..,.3t 51153, 'flqxily MlIII1IluIIlmlllllllllllllrlillllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllltllIIIlIIIlllllllllllllllllllhllllIllllIIIllllIIIllllIllllllIllmmlmlulmllllllllllmnmlnlllmnnnumulnunmnmllumlIlnulmnnnlllnlllunmmulnun - ..-,1:',s,,-3" A' ' sf . .1 . ,-1 Urs s. vriv rl wk x'- Q. I grid 'l.'s:t,.a1A.:, ut? , ,F-N Q-,x , my in A4 'AN X .iq :N 2,1 -id? : . . . - X v , r 1 t -5- K 1 4 'J 3 3 i x . .Q 1 f gan, 1 .. , 'L me R -- ,if 4 -X. f.:'-I-l M. 'fx-, -iii? 4 .,,. ' A-JA. RUBIE KIRBY PARKS, B.E. Oxford, Miss. "fl merry heart goes all the da-v, .-1 sad, tires in a mile." l 'Y Ole Miss Engineers. This gentleman also hails from Oxford although his home was originally in Winona. His friends both at the University and in Oxford are innu- merable. He has already planned his future, which is'to be that of one of the greatest engineers of all time. C. E. MURPHY, B.E. Gulfport, Miss. "I am tl nzaxter of all I 5ur'Ue,v." Varsity football 'lS: Sergeant Engineers Oth Co., 20th Engrs. first Division A. E. F. Club. "Who you never know is present until he has V... worked the problem assigned to him." His vo- IIIIQI' ,Yillrly cation is engineering, his avocation the breaking of ladies' hearts. May he be more successful in the former than in the latter. 535.1 F1133 Jus! viva mo a transit lngineorlnz Graduate ani chain and L'X1 measure the dlanzstor of er-well-the campus. 4 My r Mlllni f Mn 23' 'C 9 ' ii f , ' r' flfli il lhfp q l m li gl. 'll ' Ml' Us th ' X X Wlllllllllllll l l lll lllllll llllll llllll llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll llIllllllIlllllllllllIllIlllllllllllllillllllllllllllIIIIIIIllIIIIIIIIllllIIlllllIIlllllllllllllllllllllll IIIIIII I III IH' I j35fk,,:'gib'.,-I vggkf- I-V' g..i',xf,2a!35i1f3 ctw?-iq ",'5,,'.:'5f-'17, . . ', gets ,Z-'4-fig-Hr-" --4. sjjg. lig,.Vig,g-, s - ,vn'nv-.gg-::r3.' r, jiizhgif'-:?fgg Jia' ' 2-vig' --1 9'i5iY5i" 'J' af f l 'sal 1.3 wk ,... - , A., f Q, r-1 .R -.-, f L -92: " --"J . 14:- f.,.'?".1-?'.C3Q?H'5-x'1M'S5i ,', A ' ""'i"-j",.Qi 1 3 7 .af ..eS,5-.- l, QTS-ji? .' Qnafff 154-1 My 3, iq, ,s"L, . 'Q-1 Hg' Q 3 'ye ,i ,- 1 5" ,. ' ' jf F ."! 4414 any 3, , ll-f-3"L"f cn. 'i6?-.?yey.:. s'7- - i ..s..1r,-,A . . .,ff'.3s'f',s. Q -,,.15gvsuu-Jiri. :Efk"iQ:t 1-'- W- . Senior Engineering Class History .gg ISTORY is a systematic, written account of events. Unfortunately for the class of '20 the war and math prevented our history from being as systematic as it could have been. 1 9 . E 1 43- n vi 4 J In the fall of '16 Dean Dorroh was confronted by twenty-seven Q ambitious young Freshmen. Evidently he decided they were too numerous, for the weeding-out process was begun immediately. At any rate in our senior year only four of the original twenty-seven remain, the rest having answered the Nations call or were forced to leave by cir- cumstances which they could not control. Some, it is true, decided that Engineering was not the mroier irofession for them when thev struck Z3 D . Sophomore and Junior math. McDowell and Murphy joined us in the fall of '19 having recently re- turned from service overseas and having previously taken the first three years of study. Our lessons have been difficult to prepare, our laboratory hours tedionsly long and our vacations few and short it seems to us. lint after having successfully passed through Math, Mechanics, Physics and Reinforced Con- crete we are conscious of a feeling of intense satisfaction at having done so and are confident as regards the future. Our life has not been one continual round of study and other hard- ships but we have had pleasures much the same as other people. W'e have taken part in athletics, the literary societies, and have even danced a little, especially our Hslllllllllylllg XYonder" Flynt. "Bill" McDowell can chew more tobacco than any man on the camipns. "Hooks" Linder has learned to take medicine tof the Pepsinol varietyp and "Rubie" Parks is a regular old he-vampire. "Pat" Murphy, though he doesn't sing in the Glee Club, has an immense volume to his voice and "Mose" Moser says he can do it. On the whole, our four years at Cie Miss have been pleasant indeed. We have received a thorough education in all phases of college life and we are grateful to our professors and Alma Mater for this. NYe hope as we bid Ole Miss good-bye that we will merit the motto that we adopted as freshman, "the class of '20 is better than any." Page Ninny-one llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIlIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllmllllllllllllllllllllll IIllllllllIIllllllIllllIIllIlllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIllll llllIlllllllIllIIlllIlllllIllllllllIHIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllm ?9.,, "fi-ffS'Q'x, ' 1' 1 f 1-T-qigf ' 5 lf 7,-, - yi f ,-.rg Sf- Q f ' 7" o2sf5.Jv-.-Ef'Q9"7' 4. '31 I' fl, ff: +' A -1' Q: " T Q' g mama 4232 . I -'il V2 . 1 "Guess,-' - 4".qf-"JP" ' """ 'W 'R ' X ale rt' "C 'S-'T ff" 'I F'-' -' f'. 'L I: Q' . wg, L ?' at nf' M 'J 1. 'f' 'X ' QQ -, e. , 'Y2es.d"3v'f'+.r",5" .- 1 -'A " W "Tir f . u s - -ff-.. . f 'Ai-,'.'A"'!" Z Th' 295, finvlfes-'. . 4.91- 'Ui-'f'- . . -.f ., - -,,f1f.i!qlvw-Ge. . Q'1'V':41:ff'ifx-N . WILL EDWIN DORROH, B.E. Rena Lara, Miss. Ole Miss Engineers: President Ole Miss Engi- neers: Vice-President of Junior Engineering Class. LEE W. GREEN. B.E. Jonestown, Miss. Ole Miss Engineers. Treasurer Ole Miss Engi- DCCTS. PAUL EUGENE HICKS, BE. Byhalia. Miss. Ole Miss Engineers. NEWTON M.-XBIN HEWES, BE. Gulfport, Miss. Treasurer Hermaean Literary Society '19g Sec- retary-Treasurer Engineering Department '10g Y. ' M.C.A. Council '10: Secretary Ole Miss Engineers ' '2O: Scrub Baseball: Yellow Dogs: Circulation Man- ager Mississippian 'lS. 'Fii""' ,Q-.C K 'E ACHARLES H NI CHAREW BE 45. . .irc . ., .. 'Q 2 P , '15 ' 'gn 5 Oxford, Miss. 5 Ole Miss Engineers. fi Q '. 4 , - 'Q ' X 5'-A ED B. TURNER. BE. '7 ,. Algi, A . Hernando, Miss. X ' ' , Masonic Club: ALF. Club: American Lf-giong ' , Ole Miss Engineers: Class Baseball and Football R ' V 'l-1. '15, '17: Yellow Dogs. l'f1y1'.NiillrIy-11:11 n IIIIIIIll!llllllllllllllllllllllIIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIIlIlllllllllllllllllllllll un mmmu nmumn at -c 1 5 4, 0,14 EA ,S 'Q"?3,J-we ,'Z3+1q 'Ji is-Q "xg5f4,56x5t" "H ll I l 1 IllllllllllllllllllllIIllIIIIIIIlllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllll we B :f'5i'.:E.'J.'4i5?".t af X f1-v1:,'-- 4:-f .rr 5 4 ...ggi '.a.:g'w., i'2.'QQ-l'fffvf1?f:w2 :S Efflg- ' ' ,if ' ' 53 fitlfq fr - 4 '-u,'.'?:'6t"cL5 'Lrq.ggs.+!nv-tffsv. . . ., ,31:,,, .151-Fifi. , , . 5 . -Q-I -,,.-ninpowaifzkh 'J'-f":wv"'.sv-N , R011 Engineering Students .AllI'llS, C. B. Beck, R. N, Buclmet. fl. ll Boone, C. G. Carlisle, C. NV. Callahan, D. J. Crumhaugh, R. C. Daviclsun, F, B. Denton, bl. 'lf Engerrand, G. H. Evans, XV. H. Flynt, XV. B. Fnrr, l'. B. Ford, H. C. Hicks, P. E. Herring, H. B. Hmvurtll, M. B. Hall, fi. B. llewes, N. Nl. Ylulmslm, XX. M. Lewis, H. S. lnncler, -I, l.. Klalmus, R. lf. Maxwell, l. S. Kluseley, ul. S. Mcllmvall, NV. M 1XlCChZ'll'C'Il, C. H. Nluscr, Q. R. Murphy, C. B. Parks, li. P. Pettis, XY. D. O l'rzulus, 1.1. . Richey, D. T. Rush, -I. H. Russell, B. Tavlur, XV. Nl. Turner, B. Tllrnnpsorl, F. . T XYalclrnp, R. lYilsun, DI. A. XYilsun, XY. E. YX'illi:1n1s, H. Xxvelmlm, XY. T. XYuolla1'cl, XV. lt xvlme. J. J. Page .Yirzrty-Ilzree r 'IllIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllillllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllIIMMIIIllllIllllllllllINIIIllllIIIIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllln llllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIHIIII llllllllllllllll llll mlll I n ,.'. ,..,, .,4:-'-., MQ1-.,,':EL . ..w .. xv Q, -15: ,d,gu.,:,-rr -aw .-.nm 4, -f,- , .V . J-, -- q ..f-1 fu -was 1-',i'X'. 'av J 4 0 1. 1 - L 'x ' ex wg ,SE -v'.,a,.,.4Q ' Q , x .g,,7'-- - Q3 5 ri ' K . '. f. 0196 W 'FN' 1 -Q-.F 2,-. ,U s t , bc Y list, 1 Hp 1 1 v -. K I 4 f- 1 ? 5. . . 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I PHARMACY ' .., QW- ' . , ' 1 mfr' .X Illffy-ffllll' 1IIIIIIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIIllIIlllllllllllllllllmlllllllllIllllllllllllllllllIIHIHIIIIIII!IIIIIIIIIIII!llllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIIIllllllllllIIIIIIllllmllllllllllllllll Illlln 'M'rx13,f,j '-fy, I ,-. ,-4-,.. .,,...r ,E . :J 45- w,-13 -,f-s,'fJ-A--f .f 1, ,Q ,,,, A 31 ,1 - -4.-1 ,s,"t,,1+f?9E'1-A 411-1, ,bmi , - 0 J, q,,',f, f-fy. 'H -1' Q'-Si me fr -lffiifi 2-"Es: J fs ov-vs 'll!l!..y gg' 2-1 I f .1 fi: f,,efs'.g-4,?1-H-geigygi , 1 sq-'QF ivgfktfa 5 5 f be L 521' ggy .- JN'-"J 1411-' si 1, ny: . 'Is Y' A f"'?1I ,' rf rf 'af-,'.'3k'4T'f"t2Z.'-'GEF-..'Pfysgcs vt, .. ,.,,, 311, ,iii-'f'g , f, '.f. guys:-Q24-. H JOE ROSS APPLEWHITE, PH.G. Kilmichael, Miss. "He who is above his business will soon find his business above him." American Pharmaceutical Association, Reporter, Ole Miss" Pharmaceutical Association, Humdinger '19, A lad with. a distinguished air. His derby, let it be known, lends him this air, and not hh gen- eral appearance. All druggists have their specialties -his is rosewater. il SELMA LOUISE BROOKS, PH.G. Grenada, Miss. "Forward and jrolie, glee was there, The will to do, the soul to dare." Secretary and Treasurer of Class '10, '2Og Ole Misses, '10, '20, Reporter of Ole Misses, '10, '203 G. M. C. U. L. '10, '2Og Treasurer of Y.W.C.A. '10, '20: U. of M. Ph. A. '10. '20g American Pharma- ceutical Association. A strong believer in "woman's rights," she be- lieves that women pharmacists will soon be as plentiful as vampires. Despite her suffragist ten- dencies, she is one of the most popular girls on the campus. JOHN RUSSELL DURFEY, PH.G. Canton, Miss. "The women pardoned all exfept his face." Red and Blue Clubg Red and Blue Dance Com- mittee: Ole Miss Orchestra '17, '10, '20, "Ole Miss" Band 1010, Art Editor t'Ole Miss" '10, '20, Phar- maceutical Association. The Art Editor of "Ole Miss." All he needs is a studio and a petite red bow tie. He already has a figure and face of the true artistic type. A man talented as few men are. F. PERRY HEMPHILL, PH.G. Yazoo City, Miss. "Conscious thought will overflow in words mz- consciously." Vice-President Senior Pharmacy Class, Ameri- can Pharmaceutical Associationg Ole Miss Pharma- ceutical Association. "Pinkie," the boy with the home-spun counte- nance is one of the best pill-rollers of his class. A man of few words. but many actions. lillllllllllfllllllllllll llltllmIIllllllllltllllllllllllllllllIllltllIIllIIIllllIlllltllllllltllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllmlmnumulnummmlmuullnumnnnmmmumnumlmninlulnnmumlnunnnuuunnmi .4 K 4 " " ' 15 0, .n.,5:H" -. 7 1' vv-vs ml ff .fl iso' :ivy psf -- Q is-24 'Q ff 2 -f ,LY s ,f .4 4 , ig :A,E-lvi,.ts'f-:truly 311, .v,.fJ9:G!3p Ei.-L fx V . n -V-Al.7,..T i L-,,,Ym.,'g,,-4 ,I ,iyiqs 1-.V.s,g- .111 A -13-:vu T2 i ww, V ..5"' AFL 7 5 "Q, 17- '1' if-, h, -"L 1v-1y7t- if :iv " " 5 , gi?-.,fH.'-':"f' ' ' 7 X33 1 "f'!'.'-'if' "O A I - " ' A' - iff. i if.-' f-.. W" W: H1 cw: .. ii+"'5f1.7.j'Fg - f,fe'g:fz T ns P - S '1-:l,'3'L ' 'P' -' "Y ti 'fi Jah .Ns 1 ..v V we its , . . V. .,'- -,.'--f- . 'H Ufmt v"".---A " N JOHN CHARLES HUFF. PH.G. Poplarville, Miss. "5igl1e1l and looked, and sighed again." Ole Miss Pharmaceutical Association, American Pharmaceutical Association. American Legion. Not a Hercules, nor yet an Apollo. but a lad who takes life seriously and who will get the most out , of it. A capable, well liked student. MIKE L. LINCH, PH.G. Benton, Miss. American Legion, Phi Sigma Literary Society, A.P.A., Reporter Ole Miss Pharmaceutical Associa- tion, Three years at A. K M, College. A man of self assurance and poise. One who believes in doing everything well, and who is will- ing to try anything once. l TOXYNSEND S. MITCHELL, PH.G, Itta Bena, Miss. 'Eli .tilenl as the piclurex on the wall." American Pharmaceutical Association, Ole Miss Pharmaceutical Association, American Legion. One who prides himself not on his beauty, but his brain. A steady, industrious lad whose grand passion is haunting the post-otiice window. CLIO S. MOSISR, PH.O. Iuka. Miss. "5l1e't mine, om! I um :ich in lziwirrg vurh iz jewel." President junior Pharmacy Class '10, President Pharmaceutical Association '20, Yicesl'resident Phi Sigma Literary Society 'IOL Y.M.C.A. Council, .'All1t'I'lt"ll1 Legion. A.S.B.O., T. A. Q. An energetic young fellow who means business. One who has discovered that the secret of making AX is to study xi little now and then. I mp' X lnrly-tu 'llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllnlllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllIllllllllllllIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllll 4. 1 'A A ri' I' 3 4 'Vi' king 'N' T' W gqnqf Q , ""' vv-vs 4810593 'ff AZ? Gt ,Q . A -T.,,EE'gls,'3m? 5, ..w,,,,J,i!, Mi... .1 WT. ..,, . 4. .,.hl.!V,'.r: i:.,.,A,: wsmig,-4. ,,,,.?,,, .,., K. ,,..,.hM .,i 3' Ji BM. Az' ':"f11-Pr'-L 's ti' 'Re sg 2.r"z11f:- 4' A-f ' 5' F ' 1- Wiz' -' Qilfziw if iff-Tgg.A'1s,'l.'4ft+'f1l51l - I 7 91"-'P fi A gf f ol . gs'?Q'12Y?f'ifffJ5i-VFX.ilfirg 'ir F :WT '-i?"1T-' S' i.1-'J3' 'sl '71 "' "A3l'Af" 51 -' " . :if ' 5' :il 4- rffksg "Dj 'A 'ifw' ?:f-,f.'FH!t'.2Z.11'i3:9- '-,xy ,cs-r. . N, .. A . H1-'iff . -' - A 1 , " --"?3'f-1Q- fff-?,.5z'ix'57gi .1 . . S , 4 . .. . ., , -g., . .. L- .s . .-nf, Nw-if ,, 5 . P RICHARD M. RDWAN, PH.G. E Baldwyn, Miss, 3 "Happy the mini calm ffm yay, . Tonzurrou' do thy zaorxl, for I lzfzze lived lndizyf' Red and Blue Club, '10, 'JOQ Red and Blue Dance Committee, 'ZOQ junior Prom Dance Committee, '103 A.A.A.H.1 Bone Dry Clubg Crows Nest Clubg X P. U. Club: "Ole Miss" Staff '?C: Y,M.C.A.g Her- maean Literary Societyg Yellow Dousg Ole Miss Pharmaceutical Associationg A.5.B.O. 'I0. ' The editor of "Organizationsf' A diligent. keen- f witted lad with assurance and poise. One of the t most popular men on the campus, and one of the most capable. 3 ADELE STIGLER, PH.G. Yazoo City, Miss. "She nzixeri reuwuz with plmzxzm' amz' zviwlom with mirth." i Yice-President junior Class. 'IOL Ole Missesg 1 ti.M.C.L',L.g Y.W.C.A. Cabinet Ole Miss Phar- N maceutical Associationg American Pharmaceutical Association: C0-ed Basket Rall, Y. XY. C. .A. rep- resentative to Des Moines. A young lady of pleasing: appearance, attractive personality, and iron will. 'Tis rumored she clidn't fall asleep during a single speech at the Des Moines Q convention. r MALONE Kl'lI,I,Y PATTERSON. PHC. Dorldsville, Miss. "He who would x1u'1'e'e'f1' mm! not onli' zmork. but educate lzinzwelf av he works," Pharmaceutical Association 'ZO3 Phi Sigma Liters ary Societyg A.P.A. A lad who knows what he wants when he sees it. Not a silver tonuuerl orator, hut a chatterbox when his audience consists of one. A pg-rseverinq, conscientious fellow. LEW WAI,l,ACli. PH.G Laurel, Miss. "I lmw' my clzfzwzclvr' lwelzirzd nic." President of Senior Pharmacy Class 'IOQ AS.B,O.3 Scrub Baseball '103 .American Legiong Cniversity of Mississippi Pharmaceuticil Asscciationg Fresh' man "ZZ" Art Club, T.A.Q.1 Yic.-fPresiflent Fresh- man Art Club. A baseball player as yet un'vx-v.'.'n To fame. Hard working and good lookiajz tum. His future life Should be one prescription a'ter another. VVhat a Paradise for a pharmacist' One who never forgets A ' to say an occasional word for his home town. P.lIlt' .Yirzrty-.v1'-1'Mz IHlllllIllIIIllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllIllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllIllIIIIIIIIIlIHmlllIlIlllllullullnlullnlnllllullmummuIIllnumIIIlllllIHnmlunmmlnlumnnnmm lm Y., fe' ,.'.,, nv!-me Six:-1!'L'5f.'b S116 1 'f"'i'? Ybliit I 'ijt f 2- .Z iuvtfvlwl 'gi' M :Exits-iii! 'I - 7,-.--,l V , , -- J- -..rdf .. :,,--Q-- wp---,l .,-sv -1,-1,4 ,sgqrl .- w .r 'e-uf71Q- ,:.-,Lac -1 '! " V "' It 35' , . , :,-,5.:l'S3-4.-.:'.i ' -'avi ,.-'Q e ' ' '-1:2 'fsf 3 'F ' 3-. . X . , f, 1 --N -. ..5'- 'si fi +,'.'2.1f:2s -3' 'psf 'IT '8 EY .rl 11135551 -2'-EP"55?Q3?l'3'. . .. .-,.L..A.z 5 fy 53' I' ,.. . SUM? t VI: Abe., H .Y in 'gg' 55,3 3 -Q 1- , A H, A.-5 , .V , 1... - vu. ,v I. .- . -,, s ,J --- 1 A 3,3 .Maw sf .9""yf,J. ,rg , ,, .1-.V 7.1-Ui., . , ., 1 -,,.2f. , . '. "1 ':1f""':1- . r 1 l 3 l'n-gr .Yilzrty-fiylll GLADYS TAYLOR, PH.G. Ellisville, Miss. "li'lme1'er loved, Ilm! loved not at first sight." One of the most charming: of the charming. A short while she dwelt among: us-'til Cupid called, and now far-away Texas is her home. Wirt-you lucky, lazy man! LUCIUS H. FEATHERSTONE, PH.G. Hazelhurst, Miss. "E.rtreu1f'Iy prerixe is the order of his daily life." He wears a dignity peculiar even unto himself. Unimpressed by the manifold charms of Eve-he wanders about cool. calm, collected-a man to be wondered at. IBUIJLEY SWEATT, PH.G. Ruleville, Miss. 'Tlzome' mrli frleaxzwex as recreate much, and fast little." Phurniziceutical Association: American Legion. Ht-'s ai rara zivis. He parts his hair in the mid- dle and wonders why the ladies don't love him. XYithzil ll modest, quiet fellow who will fzilter at nothing short of work. He seldom studies after the lights go off, though he might with ease tRouge Cheveu l. iullllllllllll l l l l l l lll l ll lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllIlllIllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIllllllllllllllllllllllllIIIllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIHI' fa ",,,e9gf'23-5 4' es. fs i'2.4f'2-1ff'ITQf,Q?1' fo,'-YZ.. ' f ' ' Lg '5"',sg"5.f.5 . 11' . 3 T'h7kr3ff1".f-1-'.f3Q'ff, w:-.'e-Qmifvisemtisv, .t .'TfZ1f:s4, . .A .3 E fzlfi-iziffizlisfrwai Histor of Senior Pharmac Class "Knowledge comes, but wisdom lingers." 3 N the month of October, 1918, there were gathered at the School of l5'harmacy of the L'niversity of Mississippi thirty-four students- all aspirants for the degree of fiiraduate in l'harmacy. VVe set forth to toil along a rugged path of joy and pleasant plight inspired with 4- 1 , Gt, JD fv- A fu' 'Y' 'VT l' 'T' Jil., lsb. 5 'QU . . . . . V1 - -' self-determinatnin for the things that constitute the lnglier elements of renowned Vharinacy. Vigor that is born of will manifested itself when in the fall of livlil, fifteen enrolled, but lately one interpreted a vision, yet how beautiful, and answered the alluring call of Cupid. Taking up a more systematic study of l'harinacy and the professional art of compounding, we acquired a Senior dignity, growing sedate and un- approachable. Having set a standard, in every respect which will be im- possible for any other Clilss tu surpass, we will achieve fanie in our careers if fortune smiles on us for, "Internal remedies" say' some, "will make that keen vain fade" . l VYe'll brew about a ton ot ctinvallaria-rotitade. poultice strong' of youth," say some, "your anguish will allay, 'Tis not so hot you'll be heard ten parasangs away." A chosen fourteen uf the original number have become well fitted to practice their profession, and they, fully realizing and appreciating the arduous tasks before them, feel confident uf being equal to every occasion. Historian. Pagr Ninety-:zine "Ill IulIMIllllllllllllllllllHlllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllmlllIllllIlIlllllllllllllllllllllllIlllnllllllllllullllllnlnullluuullllnnnmluIInmlmIullIInnmnlllnmlnlllllllllummluunm ":we+ ?ff'w r ff"" ' " lK'q?.i?g5f?f:f'Z5,f"""' vue I -uv be Ii, 25, kwgp-:sl ,qxfxggif 'F ,' Fa' f-r' 1 f .- 7 3" ' f,' B 1' "f" ' ', ' ' , whx.-X-jx -ge 4131? 3 5 fin-3 '-":.. , Q :A fl-5 , 13 . Ai: 'rg ,- ,N x , ..4..y. 5 , '.- v' v- V. fv .. .- 4. yy.. si rw Y 2-,'.'F'L-w".f. 'Sha' .Swag :vnu-051+-'. V -, - H1-'F w , 1 .,- ., f -.,--'-'K-gzvvwfii '9 Junior Ph2l1'lll2lC Class olflfluzms john Euall Schwartz IQNllt'llt TIw111z1s H. Rirlmlcll .., , ., X lu I rem ent Emily Myrtle Cary A Scum-tlrx lu lwllltl Pugr Urn' Ilumlnn! 1,211.13 IT TAKES SKILL ---T0 MAKE A plLL ,TBA L.A,1.A.. ,X . .- PILL S mane I , WHILE I I You wmv W ll ,J - f 'HAWK' IIIIIIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIlIllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIlllllllllllllllllllllIllIllllllIIIIIllllIlllllIlllIlllIlllllllllillllllIllllllll lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIIllIIlIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll 'CY .SK 0 r ,a in. 'REB Sv 'I """ffI'f'v,"'1'-ff -"' 19- -ur 12 1'-ff --'- . ,. , F gf ' I -' 1:22 212- ., ,-Ffa -" '-g.i.5jf,f.,gg' ' " 'FTS' 'F """"1, V? fIgLQ.H,5'I'f-Zlffxiykf' fif'F11z'-i"L-,QQz.z'5'?sXf.',1, 'Q 2 ft:-'f ""':-191, , ffs L -Ill-wW"i4f1:,:5z:g ei-agf'-pie.. 1' -.- .muh J. N A- . -w, qnvf- ij, ' .' 5 ' 3 ,t.a-,L ..r-,-X. Q. fir'-1 5' 'QALQA TQ sf, :,f?:,, ff v: Q-.pt-'rj-4 Q3 1 A v i-31" - 5, filf-526,11 L :iw-.3124 QQ?-,f,gw!-I 1 -' A 'Pfx'-f' .M ff., W ,V . . 1 A F at fc uw' f'I-'az'-' AMW Y - 4 .- M- ,. ,.1:.f rtL,"'.v-f.. ek flaw sw.-ef L,,,,,,d1,.m,fn.,x Q ' a JAMES ALFORD, PH.G. Brookhaven, Miss. EDGAR NOEL CAFFEY, PH.G. I Sweatman, Miss. Pharmaceutical .Association '20, Vice-President Pharmaceutical .Association '20, Phi Sigma Literary Society, A. 8 M. College '18, ROBERT L. CHAPMAN, PH.G. Batesville. Miss. Pharmaceutical Association, A.E.F. Club, Phi , Sigma Literary Society. i i EUGENE E. CARLETON, PH.G. Union, Miss. EMILY MYRTLE CARY, PH.G. Courtland, Miss. Pharmaceutical Association: Executive Commit' tee Ole Miss Pharmaceutical Association, G.M.C. U.L, '2O. MILTON, L. LAND, PH.G. DeKalb, Miss. EDMUND F. MILLER, PH.G. West Point, Miss. I IRA MARVIN WELLS, PH.G. Lawrence, Miss. PURYIS, L. H., PH.G. Oxford, Mis. X F . - Page Om' Hundred Om' Iullllllllllllll l lll ll ll l lllllllll llllllllllllllllllllllllllI llllllllll Illl ll l lt lllllll ll ll lll llllllllll l l lllllmunll llll nuu lumu nllu lul u nnllu uml i n u l n n. " 1: T l Imp' H1lr'Ill1ln11'4'll EDGAR A. PEARSON. PH.G. Weir, Miss. THOMAS HOLLOWAY RIDDEL, PH. G. Kilmichael. Miss. EARL W. RUSSELL, PH.G. Magee, Miss. Mississippi College: Pharmaceutical Association American Legion. DANIEL B. SHARRON, PH.G. Stewart, Miss. ROBERT NEWMAN SCOTT. PH.G. Mc-adville, Miss. JOHN EUALL SCHWARTZ. PH.G. Sumrall, Miss. Hermacan Literary Socictyg Prcsidcnt Junior Phat macy Class: A.S.B.O.: Y.M.C.A. Council. WILLIAM L. TENNANT, PH.G. Sumrall. Miss. JAMES B. WARNER, PH. G. Angie, La. ALTON C. BUTLER, PH.G. Brookhaven. Miss. BARNETT B. BUCKLEY, PH.G. Enterprise, Miss. HIRAM W. HENDERSON, PH.G. Potts Camp, Miss. OTTO BRIGGS JONES, PH.G. Byhalia, Miss. WILLIAM EUGENE PETTIS, PH.G. Oxford, Miss. H. R. STEWART, PH.G. Canton, Mississippi. CARLTON C. 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Buchanan VV. IJ. Conn I. P. Culpepper I s lJebz1ter .................. lJebater Active Members C. L. Hester XY. NY. Hull IJ. R. Johnson Iivern jones lJrz1ne Lester R. XY. Thompso IJ. S. llvrigbt bl. Lipscomb ll T. McClellan .-X. H. Scott -I. Ii. Schwartz VY. S. Smith R. M. Smith F. NY. XYz1i1g'li Associate M embers -I. L. lJavis G. C. Farrish If. H. Garner R. XY. Griffith L. F. Hendrick VY. Haralson M. B. Howorth V. C. Hoye F. B. Jackson J. C. Lamkin I. S. Maxwell If. McCall . I. McRee HI. K. MCVey J. T L. B. Melvin If. F. Miller I. XY. Park F. B. Fark Ivy Peebles L. IJ. Rzitcliffe H. IJ. Robinson .X S. Scott M. IJ. Smith L. O. Todd C. H. Xliilliams B. M. XVilson R. B. 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Purpose: To cultivate a love for rambling and tu provide mutual instruction and amusement for members. Motto: The world is our oyster. Flower: Rambling rose. Requisite for membership: Five thousand miles without a red, The Hoor of a hox-car for a hed, In some kind dame's kitchen freely fedg A pretty good fellow when all is said. Frank T. Harvey R. D. Kirk .,......... Louis lXl. jiggitts Drane Lester ...... Donald S. VVright R. M. Rowan ,...,.. T. A. XVoodson Gerard II. llrandon ,Ianies T. Crawley A P e . . Georg G. . Gordon F O T OFFICERS INIEMBERS XY. VY. Hull L. F. Hendricks lf. L. Cochran L. M. .liggitts Chief Hobo Chief Yegg The Topper The Gruh Moocher Delegate Inspector Delegate Inspector Delegate Inspector li. T. Neilson C. C. Phillips R. M. Rowan lf. H. Ray . . Harvey R. IJ. Kirk IJ. S. XYright C. L. Hester Drane Lester T. .-X. XN'oodson HONORARY MEMBERS C. C. McKinstrv Coach R. L. Sullivan Coach Herschel Boho C. S. McKellog' jeff K. 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H - ,tl ', -0,-,C-A1 -if f U-. --ref .r TH -ive,-.1-'fs-v-ri--. . Rf- .--v . '. - Histor of the Pliarniaeeutical Association WH.-Xlial.-XC'X' is the science which treats of medicinal substances. It W ij,lcoinpreliends not only a knowledge of medicines and the art of Eg ifyjfHpreparing and dispensing them, but also their identification, selec- jiiitttitiii, preservation. combination, and analysis. ln as much as all Nature, animate and inanimate, has been laid ' under contribution to provide remedies for the alleviation of dis- ease, it follows that those sciences which embrace a knowledge of substances obtained from the vegetable. mineral and animal kingdoms. as well as those which treat tif the laws governing them, are called on to furnish' important facts which forms the basis of the science of Pharmacy. The study of Pharmacy covers a vast area as may be judged from the various branches as follows: botany, mineralogy, zoology, physics, materia medica. toxicology, the many branches of Chemistry, and the study of Pharmacy proper. Thus it was, realizing that Pharmacy is an art and not a trade, that the l'harmaceutical Association of the University of Mississippi was organized to combat within our state the tendency of drug- store apprentices to become tradesmen, rather than uphold the dignity of the art by first obtaining a thorough ls'harmaceutical education. 'lihe association was originally organized in the opening session of 1917-'18, comprising all classes in the department of Pharmacy, meeting bi-monthly to discuss modern developments in the l'harmaceutical world. Much work was accomplished during the ensuing scholastic year. At the beginning of the next session, owing to the patriotic enlistnients into the military service of practically every member of the junior and senior classes, the association was left without leaders. and therefore no active work was done. However, at the opening session of 1919-20 the work was re-organized with much vim, becoming affiliated with the National Pharmaceutical Association, holding interesting meetings at regular inter- vals to study the development and progress of the science, endeavoring to raise the planes and standards within our immediate state. Securing for itself the recognition it deserves, as that of one of the leading profes- sions of the modern time, since so often life or death hangs on the balance on the fractional part of one grain. Thus requiring the educated wisdom of the educated l'harmacist as to its dosage and use. livery member of the association both male and female is deeply interested in their life's chosen vocation. 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That's why I clruppefl education. i -li. Cheek. K 4' Ruth Sisler tu Dr. Iiaser, en the morning the leg- islatwrs hacl lxrealifast at Rick's: "XYhere are you IYHIIIPH Iiniy Iam Price, im seeing a yuuiig inan in a very striking pose: "Uh, I wish I cwulrl clraw a silly- yettf' Mary Payne XYenrlale"XYhat's the rlitference lmetween malaria anfl hive?" Xlavrtley Kirlcwrmrl--"I rlun't knew. tell nie." Nl. I'. XY.-"One starts with a chill and enfls W tl with ll fever, the ether starts with fever anrl enrls QQ, mir Il Chili." 9 3 2, NIC of the legislators to Une of the Rick'5 Hall girls: "I flirln't knriw this was a mixed sclirml, I tliuuglit all the girls went tri I. I. S: Lf" HIQY were lenkiiig' at "Life" There was a picture V 7 uf a little girl and a picture of a little liciy, lwth Mali? U with must noticeable ears, and other pictures of la , -- these two, ten years later. I-Ier ears werecovererl 9 ' with hair, hut lnsl l L'nclerneath was inseriherl, "Is I ' 'ffl , it fair?" Genrgia Duncan to "Ears" Butler, "NYhat flees that mean? Do you see the joke?" "liars" Butler lvehernentlyl, "Nu, I cltm't." Elizabeth Bell-"It is, you know." Page One Hundred Eigllty-sf'-zirn -i -, i 4 llltlI llIIl lllll lllllllllllllllllllll Illlllllll ll llllllltltllllll Ill llllllllllll lllllllllllllltllllllllIllnunllliululllmllllmmlm.unllluuuullllllllIIIIIIInunnllmnllluumlunnunun ,. ,.-. M 3 fin 'xgqzfi-,jg his U Illl I '3 i H'-41 'A 4 ts, A l' v "3 I . Ai Y . -, it-Fx. ,I ? . . Aux- 41 hjarb. -. .s:!'f" ,,,.'."L8 1 ' "Lx J? I-17.5 A ,.-" ,t ,,gi,7.1E,,s '-5 px, -gg :j.?"' 9' J-sa 'g ,Q - dwg'r..32i 955--13, . ' 'T 'LT 1 X-,fix i '35 1 . "S T qw- -Bt :Ei 5 x if,-i' I" 3-fhi3lR5wfQ,sJQj.X'1'fqSt5a Eg-"Has ff r' f-'.""' ' .' ' V' ' ' 4' ' 'J ' 'QNX ,, L s 1 1' ,, gh l 1 , I . N.-R -J.. .e:1',.a,., , . - ef-"Fl . , , ,X f . -K, , R 3, + z'!fi' 4' u .., ,Ha - -. 1 ,, Y-,,..,-I . 1 A . , Q ef: A 3 ,T 4-' ga... . V.. . ,fswgl lk' ""' . , , . A, 5' ,Nt an ' 1 'gs-5... V ' .955 'e " " - '-13.11 cw., - - ss. " ".""v E,,7y1.4w 'Xa--33: 19239 . ..r."-.3 :Wd-1-14- u .H ' -. 'ly - . ' .. 'QQ 'ig 2 sz-1 '-. s . . x - It QL,- my .5 Q: 1 iv ' fl' if! j. - ff:-M Famous Women By Them selves. I.L'L'II-E MORGAN-HERSELF By Herself My name is Morgan but my father was not "-I. P," If your readers insist upon knowing when and where I was born you may simply state that my home is now in Memphis, 'I'ennessee, and that altho that state has equal suffrage, I have never voted. I think "Ole Kllssn is simply darling and don't see how anyone could Iind it boring. of eourse I can understand how those who fail in their work might get discour- aged. hut there is no reason for anyone to fail who is willing to burn the proverbial midnight oil. Iiut I never dance later than 3:30 .-X. M.. and I think that hour quite late enough for any student of ordinary zelrility. R L"I'II Illi.-NN-HERSEI.F By Herself I helieye the lirst thing in a biography is to state when and where you were horn, and thats hardly fair, is it? Suffice is to say that I was horn in Greenvile, Mis- sissippi. My likes and dislikes are very pronounced. I don't like eheese. I do like poetry. My Tilvorllt' song is "Hubble-S." Really, I am not heeoming a physician in order to get rieh. I simply realize that knowledge is power, and I want power,- power to understand the human heart. I have mastered the workings ot' the little instrument called stethoscope and am in position to understand fullv the true con- 'itionu of every masculine 'heart that may he ottered me. ftIYlQ'Iil.li ic,-may Fn.I.s our QL'IiS'l'lONNAIRE Q. I,-XYhat is your name? ,-X.-Myrtle Iiamey. at present. Q. 2.-Wlit-ii and where were you horn? :X.fXX'lien I was quite small at Ilushpuek- ena, Miss. Q. .If Vylio were your mother and father? gli.-Nlr. and Mrs. Rainey. Q. H.-than you sew? A,fSt-emingly. tj, U,-Do you hake? A.fSometimes, hut I Carry a parasol in summer. Q, lftfllave you ever been Charged with anything serious? A,--Only soda water. RI'QM!XIQIsfS: Yt's,frt't1lll'lllIy. Myrtle Rainey-"Oh, I'm so happy I" l'fl,lflIl1rlllllliirriflziqflly-riylll .f" . LI, . . I 4 1 ri' roll I iff .DEAN M- Q ,I L me Q I iii? It V u 'ti' .sis t ,Q 'IN 'muImmmlllmlllmlmmmmllmmllllllllllllllllllllllllnllilllllllIlllllllllllmullllllllIllllllllllumuMunnIImiminImuliniuimilllinliuminmumnnnnmu:mnmlnmuumunuun n um i :un i s 4 s f ,. 1 1 rs' 1, 1' -:VME1 -flgann, V Q . .fm sites . -. 'H' T2 sg - ., s-ffl-'125--'Z " .1 M',le'.fSnw-rffr. Ev V .-fe 9- h f .f -' 'ff' A qaazf-zifie,1+:.f:.1?m- if 2'1"-'YQfi'3f"?'!'""E?'6' 1' """'1.dii f' M':P's'5,' ,.,1 ja'-rl.:-,1 .4 K -,-- -45, .L g-,"' . '-fy - .ge-X, . '- .LL r 4 F . f'V7iVn.g:i'Nt1"u'2s'o'?qf'3f' I, Atlja Q1 " flu' 3 .lf Q-'. "g- tif-1 'ft "'vS1t:5o M, si--.f ff- .f .c , f ' s is. .sew - l-L.-XBE MARKliTTEfHerself By Herself l mean no harm to the Bally Grand when l f l box its ears. NYC- understand each other I i F, perfectly-at least I'm sure it understands me for the response is always cheerful i ' I and free. l began hy learning the scales. -, , 'iQ?l,w X ' 'Cl Afterwards l became so proficient that l en- X i R 'W' 'Q 5, thought every kind of instrument would Sv 'Tj' "if N Ill respond to my touch, hut have heen disf IL ,li -, , I illusioned. My uncle has a pair of scales eS'f-it 'ml' in his store on which he weighs chickens. l ani scarcely ahle to make it register- trv as l may with both feet. l am anxious to grow up so that l can see what is on the top of all the pretty taliles. M Rb. l'lLltlll,li5-l lersell Hy Herself awyer l came from M-7 Macon. Mississippi: am the youngest ol 2 nine, and spent the lirst ten years of my ,. e in the usual way-making mud pies. ,- building frog-houses, and climbing trees. l then grew up, acquired dignity. and , lost it again. l have tried everything from school teaching up to getting married, l don't know how well l succeed with the -,,.. former, but l am trying to make a great sl1CCess of the latter. ZW lhe heig. slmtnd introduced to a Rational lcon- yention as "The Husband of Mrs. Pech- les," l am very tender hearted, and if, when l hecome a judge. he should ever he come a prisoner at the har, l know thai it will he an occasion of "justice tempered with mercy." Yl L'llIiliK-Herself ltly Plerself. Not many years ago a little balmy girl was horn in south Mississippi who was ' christened hy her fond parents "Mary lfliza Cheek." lt was l. But Mary Eliza was such a hig sounding name for such a small person that my sisters promptly 1 shortened it to "YI" which is far more X , fitting. ' If - C Q N 3-X lG'1, Y,-ssl .,,,, da l l have a great ambition to be a teacher. fl if only I knew how. My joy would be complete if l could become Dean of VVom- en right here at Ole Miss when Mrs. Eat- man is ready to retire. Ella Sisler-"Ch, shucks, you make me mad." Page Um' lluzzdrrd lfigllfy-lzinf' ''luII4ltIllllltlllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllIllllllllllllll lllIllllIIIllllIIIlllIIIIIIIIIIIllllllllllllllllll llllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll v -- - -f G' 1','fT"7f:,,Qf'.'+,,,I fi"-1 ""512-f' ' 2-F ,' 'F' ""l-33" 154 '- f-0 3 . . .Ln 1'-+L ,, fr ,ss t , . 'W-:,. r,.,,x, -,F ,,:-4 -p aux' X f 'rs -vi V Aa ,L ,ifh .. ,1 -I' X - I- .4-cv-.af 3, fs ' i 4 f 4 . 4. . as . 7... .., , c K 4 4 y 4 x Q-Y w.5g,.f-'4v:..A gr-g.,.:Q fs,- . 5 i ' - f tfm.-1-"-w-iw' 'f-- H-B 'X , -4.1 x 4 ,-2 fv 9' a i. 1 -r J' f . . s r Q , I IV, . K f 1 e 1 G- 1 , -1 5 . V f' - ' "' H .ga-,zg:,vi-...fu-. ,. ,QW e ' , ADDIE MCC.-XIN-Herself By Herself. XYhy all this fuss over a girl who hap- pens to have a qualification that she could- n't avoid? I may have merited the title "literary," but if so-it is because my work ' T is my passion and it has been easier for me to make grades than not to make them. A good part of my study, I con- ,- fess. has had a serious purpose behind it f ' ,HL -1 21' l-.ig U fzggrit Ar . , 1 . '1 , N I expect to put the knowledge I have ac- '7 quired at "Ole Miss" to good use some- ' ' time. " - At one time l fully expected to become a J 1 ' "school mann." Later I was completely t ' obsessed with the idea of becoming a lawyer, and could fancy myself address- f Xl ing the jury in my deep, resonant voice: if or as a judge on the bench-like some old time justice of the peacef-commanding1 "Order in cle court.' And I be's de co't." But, like my friend from Possum Trot who gave up his ambition to become a song writer, because he could buy them cheaper than he could write them, I have given up the idea of studying law because I think it would be easier to acquire it Via Matrimoniztin. TAKE A BER Take' A BQ, t-:EQREE DEGREE t if wvrn ME l ' ,i VMI" HE i " . ., ggi 5: 'Q Wi IIAIT? --1' - vs. 3 F-il EM?-J if 5Zf I-,L 'X 6 -yi .1 Lf ff- 4,1 i . i Q ag, i 1 t I 1 - Georgia llnncan-"l'rl just be embarassed lu tears." l'11y1' Um' lllllrtlrml .Niirwly IlIIllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllilllllllllllllll lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIllIIIIllllllllllllllllllllllll IIHI dn,-Q 'L 41 I -nv' G' Y 'W' ,fe is J 'l m lv 4-pr. wlllz.-i,i23:"'qR,S:EP was 615:21-k'xf, H- V' mf, mv-:Cv ' ' lf: -Q , , - -,Q 2 , wwe- ....,. -...--- ,, ,U ,. ... ..- , , I .I ,, 1 Q -- .- .A :-. - V . ,Y ie fi: fgtin-221' .. ,.. .E-?.,,,a.9. Q., .,, .,,i?I5:,,. 1.4. V as 1 555.53 Jigga-55:37 MIS .,., ,.,.- V. ,-.-. ..., . .. 5 , .lm ,A :I 1'57WLv4eik.1"'..'g'7gf2-it-T3 Q3-'."'f Chi ia 1 31,-, ,ff -'-gf. 'mei'-k+a,.i"5f,, f its up 23. Fix ew.. 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Sullivan, who immeflizntely trunk the pfisitiwn nf hezul cwacli at the University of Mississippi. Sullivan is well kimwn tln'inig'liui1t the Smith, hecause uf his zihility as a cuzieli, :incl Ole Kliss was unusually fortunate in securing his st'I'YiCCN. On arriving here Cmieli inimeclizitely liegzni fimtlmzill practice. 'lihe team he tnrnerl wut was light :incl inexperienced, lint lxefure the sezisnn was liver it was reewgnizecl :is the fastest :intl grittiest team, :mil haul the best recnrfl of any tezim that Ole Rliss hurl tnrnefl tint in ll lung' time. 'lihe hzlskethall tc-:im was une uf the lmest in the Smith, :incl this was elne zmlmust entirely to the etifwrts of tlvaeli Sullivan. llc-sicles lieing :in ellieient euzieli :intl lacing lilcerl hy the lmys un the tielil, Snlliynn hfilfls the esteem :intl frienflship uf the fneulty :incl uf the stiulents as Il wliiile, lle is line nf the lwys, lciwws everyinie, :intl takes part in :ill the stnflent activities, XXI- trnst Mississippi may he lnrtnnzlte enungli tu retziin his services fm' yezlrs tty urine. l'11f1rU11r lllnlillrilNizrrfy-.ii.x' 'llIllIINIIIIIllllllmmllm'lmllllllllmllllmlllllmmllllmHIllI'mlmlllllmIummmIllUIIIIIIIHIIIIHIIHllllIIIUIIIIllllIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIllllIIIIIIIIIIIlllllillllllllll llllllllll I U' 'Hffw-. wc. fm f., W "IWW A w R5 li. 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" " - 1 4 . c FTA" Sli'-A - J. 3-.-I"-"if53'iF1"ti., 1 Vi ' 4,1 A Mi.-l' 7' 12,65 " 'f 'flif - SQ Qi'-5:5-f'5f-A',F:E.+iDQ'51137131 U -- fi "-1" "sr -155-1'2" .- xj if "'-fl' ',E'y - 5 .. - ,"f7a'.111:1r.r-f- 'CQ If-A -- 'KY CL myfg-.:s si. Y-, , ,af-f'l',5 , .,. I. -I . ,,,,.f., N 1 ,hw 4 gglfkg, 'ms--.,. get -wr t H., i tg J 'Q' X L'xXl"l'eXlN L'0XYAR'l' Ciziptain Limvart came to the University from Klariiin Institute :intl since his arrival here he has been instruinentzil in inulcing Z1 reputation for Mis- sissippi? fuutlrmzill teani. He has been Z1 Yursity nian for three years, and these three vezirs he has renrlerecl very vziluable services tu the Ole Miss team. Quiet, unzissuniing, lfcl timvnrt justly cleserves tu lezitl the team, and he leafl it in the must satisfzietwry inzinner pussible. tlixvzirt is one of the best enfls that has ever been at the University, 'incl his style uf play at that position eziiiimt be bettererl. He is Z1 flezully taelcler, exeeptiunzilly goorl on breaking up interference, zincl he h:1s never been knmvn to iniss 21 furxvartl pass. Cowart is the must etinsistent player nn the team :intl he works hard frmn the beginning of the first quarter tu the last. He graduates this yezir. :incl the L'niversity xvill luse one of the best ffmtlmall players she has ever prmlueecl. Prlyf Onf Hundrfd Nirzvty-rzizzf' lullnllulllllll I llllll llllllllIlIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllillllllllllllllllllllIll!! lllllllll llll IllllllllllnlllllllllmllllllllllllmulllululllnIIIIIulullullnlmlllllmluIInmuInnmummnnnnmmm 4 N- .x ,Hy .f A spins? mr -,ye-a-rr 1 u 0 3 L-gpg my -fr' :Q .W H --' we-m fri! me-Sgr. , iff," :U N tt QA' Q 4-+'k'e L. F52-11f3?vx -effivlif' --'iff A ' r 'iQf"" .' .-" Fl "ff '1.,-+ '-5' pr, 411' ' xv. 5 ., ' ' ' lf' .s--,M . -P: tsgn..-tqe Q., ' , I .4 -'. qw.. ,-ax 1:3 I rj, , ,Adj fgtt. '94-,ii::Q'Ff.x l L JJ -f --2 .', f.. ' ' -A .'- ""I4.f 'L' Y- " , A?" 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Q, -f ,yas aura? ff-ff F I sv 1-,iv ,ligne 'S' K W 'I Zh' itlrzvf ss 'T' T' . .fr ' f-rf: T "'-o"Q':wL':' i"'e'H55F -1+'.+' f1"'o"K t "1 " 'Ii z-Zia P53155 ,.-,gg 4:'.., ..., iv' x. .gi Hi-,-'.. N - 1. ,' - - .K '51, 1.:'L:- G-xyib fa- ,, F '11,-'F,: 1- --ef, lf? .f. .. , 1 e .:-.7 sf in 1 P? -, 1- 4' 5 - ' 1, -"- , ?f:sv5f:'..e g..- l, 'if -, if ,,.g..--f,.:o.,,' ,- :sf-4 .g4..s5. ei 1 2' f. f- uw, tr-wg' 2 ,. :N 1.53 ' - ... .wk 'ju - " ' .'.'effv'. ZPQCQ'-i,-.iss-.U-Kr. . .isfwr-2, , . 5. .,,.:f. , .i iaisf.. .ft if ' .e if Y .n,J, N 1, C. E. FARlXlliR, Guard Farmer was elected the laziest man on the campus, but there is one time when he works and works hard: that time is in a football game. Em first played football at Mississippi College, but amended his wrong doings and finally landed at Cle Miss. He covers his position well, is fast, and full of the old pep that is so necessary to a good football player. Few gains are ever made over lim Farmer, because he has always broken thru the line and nab- bed the man before he could get started. He will be here next year, and everyone is expecting great things of him. CALVIN li.XRHfJL'R, Half-Back Altho minute in stature Barbour came thru the season with honors he certainly deserved. He was the best broken field runner on the the field, the best in the state, and there were few better in Dixie, He is gritty, scrappy, a good tackler, and can always be depended on to make a good gain. Harbour was at his best in the L. S. C. and A. K M. games, and to watch him run is good for the eyes. He has always shown the spirit of the Cnixersity of Mis- sissippi, and his return here next year will be eagerly looked forward to. ,l.U.1Q11I4IJ1JN,lQiiaiwl Crip First played football at Mississippi College, but came to Ole Miss to study medicine and so we gained a valuable man. Crip is especially good at charging the line and opening up holes, and few gains were made over him this season. He played in every ganie of the season, and the few minutes he was out were in the easy games, to give the scrubs a chance. Crip's middle name was "tight," and this spirit was shown in the Tulane game, when he had two teeth knocked down his throat, and was jarred from head to foot. but would not get out of the game. Crip graduates this year. Puyf' Taco fllIllL1l'l't! Om 'IlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIIIllllllIllIlilllllllllllllllllllllIlllIIIIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllIlIIIIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllIllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllv 3 td 4-116 rg' l r- ce! bf-JJ-w HW nfftns 'rl' 3 'Yu 'g . 1-4'y'f4'f,'g-.',1',' 1. 1 are .-".1f:,..s,v.1--1, rt - .'."'Z'1-fr ',..'-zu D f.-f.ww wt. .fs -1 velfs-:1?gg:-fy "5 'if is I 1, 1 ,.A-...N ., ..--.. .J .an . ,. .V ,A.,.,,':. -A, - .,. L- . ff 5 E .,V.,rgj,-qgzyg.. if-Mas. , -. "':'11A:f 9' : ' 'f'J1"fX".'i- ' 5 '. ' ' " si 5 . -- ef- '.l QE:-25-+4f2f'1-.Gfff'.'.?b-A - 'Q -14'-ma L -. -1 .-1 '-in , '. ' r s favs gg filo Akin .L 951' 59:5-.fhnvmfvs-'A . 'P TJ-'V' Qs . . . ., 4 ..., .-K-l:.vw9f-aikwdfilifilff-tkzs sd".-it . L I Pngr 'I'fu'n llzlmlrni Tivo 6 E. H. RAY, Tackle Red hails from over in Alabama and since coming to Ole Miss he has made a host of friends. He was captain of last year's team, and lead his charges to vic- tory in several games. Ray is powerfully built. he is the hardest tackle on the team, and is a terror on charging the line. Tough as pig-iron itself-it seems he never gets hurt. but when he dives into an opponent "time out" is usually called for the other fellow. Red showed up especially good this year in the A. K M. game. and it was very seldom that any gains were made on his side of the line. This is Red's third and last year on the team as he graduates in the Spring. H. D. ROBINSON. Full-Back Santa Claus was still in Uncle Sam's Marine Corps when football season open- ed. but as soon as he was discharged, he made his appearance at the University. Robinson has all the driving power neces- sary for a fullback, and he puts it into action. He hits the line like a cannon- ball and his onslaught is like that of an enraged bull. Although he usually loses soint skin off his nose, he always makes his gain. His first football was played at Ole Miss ir' 1917, under Coach Noble. and since then he has gained in weight and experience. Santa will be with us next season. S. H. BOVVERS, Quarter-Back Sam first came to Ole Miss from Gulf- port High School, where he played half- bacik for several years, and oame into the limelight all along the coast as a good football player. After playing here dur- ing the 1917 season he went with the American Forces overseas, and besides killing the Roche he also played football with the division team. He was welcomed back this vear and proved to be a very valuable mein. He is speedy, a good brok- en tield runner, a hard tackler. and a good general. NVQ- hope to see him back next year. 'ImllulHIIIIllllIllIllllllllllllIlllllIIll!IllIllllllllllllllllllllillIIIIHIIIIIIIlIllllllIIlllmllIllIllIlIIllIllIIllllImlIIIIlIIInnlullllnllluulnllulunmlmlllnlmIimIllumm:IIinIIIIIllIullInmmumnunmmmumnuf '-":n"'.' V 1 :f'-- -9- A ..-f f s 1 I-: 4- rf ff Y rv- Y' .r - - -A rs' -. - ,.-. . ' .fn-ws. --ri '-sfs:e-.- s "',:vs"'1 ' , -Vx-yfsfgtx, ,fr-Yau' - Jw-1 21-.,fgxg:, V- - ' 3 Q,-,E ef - few" '- --71 --",'.f- -A-A gb, vs-es,,t,,s.g"g-,:,. 53,4 5's ifP.f'2.,-H13-9' '-i' ka ff -New-V 4' :sa I: nm. -I -w-few? sf:-15' tie.-fs-si - 'I ff 'ff-55 fgii-trffillssi' 7 I, ""' '. -r""'-V515 H 5 g'.-" f iid.. 'Q E1-viii' 1127: f1.g.CJ-'fF::i'.'5?: 'qg',-'J' --I-if .-LT. .Ty 1 112' L '71 :I MASQ' 1 , -y Tru . , H' If .17 " Q5 A, f'g,"- 'nI"'3 ' '-"f'-'-"mr io? :Wfi--c . . .. vp. -if-'fKLs . -r -.-llelvpn-wa,JaawusQ's'Ite"'?5fi. fJ?s.T'5M1aS4i L. M. ,IIt,iliI'1"I'5, Half-Back jiggitts, speed-merchant, broken field runner, student, and a Rhodes Scholar. was elected the best all-round athlete in school, and this was mainly on account of his prowess on the gridiron. 'liggitts is a product of the Canton High School and chose the Ifnirersity as the place for con- tinuing his Sllltlics and athletic career. He actually does the ltltl yds. in ten seconds Hat, and during the past season his ref markable speed has brought sorrow upon the heads of his opponents. ,Iiggitts leaves in the summer for Oxford, Iingland and hc will be greatly missed at Ole Miss next year. R. II. LRIEIQKMIJRIE. Center Another product of Marion and of XYater Valley, who has played Varsity football for the last two seasons. :Xt center he was stnrdy and dependable, a snre and hard tackler, and a terror to his opponents. He is an exceptionally good passer at center. and his defensive work was good in every respect. Lireekmore played in every game of the season and his best work was probably in the I., S. lf. and Mississippi College games. Ile has been chosen to lead the team for next year and will be here for another season. I.. Il. MORRIS, Full-Iiack Morris is rather small for his position but he showed opposing' teams that it does not take size to make a fullback. Ile was able to rip open big lines almost at will. Fast, and gifted with a certain twisting and twirling motion. he fairly slipped through llls opponents. Morris was the tirst man of the season to cross Tulane-'s goalaline and the exhibition he gave that day of line bucking made the spectators and opposing players look ask- ance. Morris had the knack of using his head and picking his holes and so his gains were numerous during' the season. Morris is a Senior and will not be with with us next season. Page Taco Ilmztlrrtl Tlzrm 'IllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll IllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIllllllllllllllllllIIIllfllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllltllllll rea " 'R 'F "'f?4M3v J 6 "'ft'.sf1'.ts'.f'f?Q2i.:fr 1 -- - .- ' .-fins iw- --asv' f -" 'N '1'f -','ref:::fr3f" :ff 5 :H 4. av., E -1.-1,4 1- J' ,ici .- '- f A -. ,,g1,g4,,1i::' . 711-V" A597 4:31. ' C-L '4 -,' Af ,-- 7 "5- gk, J---43.13" - "t ' - . .qf gm 1, ' ' ' , - f ' , .' ,5 , . ,,. Q'-.NF f.-gg , - s ,iff ,' s get .L I.-'R ua. r f-1ai,fvf.g ,jg , fy it 2 ' ' e !1,,4...,ft,z.4 .4Qfgw'g W 1--T-M"",i fki' .4-Wg, Clullfis-'. , H, . ,er-'s'- . . -.,- .,'- -,,,'.-ff. , .f"52L.'fW:s i,""'.'-- . . Q ww? x L, Lta.vqHj'f'N"'5l4,,"'? VI. H. FEEMSTER, Tackle Freshman Feemster was one of the most valuable men on the Ole Miss team the past year. He is fast. heavy. and full of pep. His tackling could not be better and other teams seldom made gains over him. He played a wonderful game against A. X M. and deserves credit for his excel- lent work there. ln the L. S. U. game he played half of the game after three of his ribs had been broken and he did not want to get out of the game then. Feemstel' has three more years to play football at Ole bliss and before he leaves he will be one of the best tackles in the South R, H, LAKE, Half-Back l,ake is a product of Lena Haxton's fireenville football teanifthe team that won the State High School championship. fliliis is l-ake's second year on the team and he did good work all through the season. Lake is fast and a good tackler, and did splendid work on backing up the line. Lake is our man for forward passes and he is hard to beat at this line of work. l.ake was at a disadvantage part of the season on account of injuries but this handicapped bitn only for a few QZIIUCS. l.ake will be with us again next season and will be a very valuable man. X. l'. Ml'.flRfilz, fiuard fieorge played his first football at Ole bliss in lUl7, and came into the limelight that year by intercepting a forward pass in the l.. S. Lf game and running sixty yards for a touchdown. Since this time he has been gaining football knowledge and experience and putting it into I7l'2iC- tice, lle is a hard player. fast on getting down the field. and seldom misses a tactkle. fieorge can always be depended on to be in the game from start to finish and is mixed up in every play. Wie hope to see him nith us nest season. 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Li.-XRNEY, Quarter-bac' Carney first made his debut in football with the University Scrubs in 1910, So he was schooled in the hard life of the scrub and has since become one of the most valuable uien on the team. A. B. is a fast man. hard to stop and has proven to be a good quarterback. He ran the team like a veteran and he could always be de- pended upon to run the right play at the right time. He is always in the game, full of tight, and is hard to hurt, NVQ- lose him this year by graduation, l-Z, U. fXlcD.-XfXll'.l-5. ltud Vossuni. as he is known around the campus. is likely to become one of the best ends in the South before he leaves the L'niversity. This is his second year on the teaiu. haxing had his previous ex- perience with Oxford High. Possum is a good taekler and has the old fight with hini all the time. He played exceptional- ly well in the A. N Rl. game and it was his watchfulness that won the game with Mississippi tfollege when he recovered a fumble behind their goal line. Next season Possum will be here again and will con- tinue his good work at end, l, ll. KllJlJl'.l.l., Lenter Riddell, besides being the head soup bird ou all the trips. found time to do his part towards winning the games. He is the best all round iuan ou the team and can hold down any position. Riddell is fast. a hard tighter, and never misses a tackle. He showed up especially well in the Alabama game when he took Captain Cowarfs place and after Liowart was knocked out. He is equally good at pass' ing the ball at Center, or receiving it on the end. 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"yr :Q-. 5T:f'ff3a'f Q. , A ,f L, Q z-91.5 ' 'I K-fi-r .. , '.-' Eff'-Q:'.f'T'1"'l1"'f2".j.inf'f5 ef -. .R -..:' ' ffz.---,sn-,f, 15. ,A H' ,gig , .- . 5' .4 '-I-4 mf-'Kg ,M .- Hr .Lira -.--an-is-tw-1-Q-7.s,. , We .s i Q A. -.--.-f-g:.mn-aiiaiwmskkfi-be -.nv 2 We "Sli Page Tico ll11r1.lrwtl.N'1,v XY. P. GARDNER, Guard This is fiardner's first year of football at the University, hut he acquited himself with much credit. Gardner is a product of the Tupelo Hgh School and while there he played stellar football. Gardner is heavy, fast, and aggressive and was one of the hest line men we had this season. Gardner was unfortunate in sustaining a sprained ankle, along the middle of the season hut his fighting spirit would not let that hother him, so he went right on. This is tiardners freshman year so he has three more years to play and he will he a ram at taokle hefore coach Sullivan finishes with him. P. 11. IJAYIDSON. End This is Davidson's first year of football at Ole Xliss hut he has proven his worth as a good man. Davidson is fast, gets down under punts well, and can be de- pended upon to either spill the interfer- ence or get the man himself. His best work was in the A. X M. game when he relieved Captain Cowart who was taken out on account of injuries. Davidson is good on receiving passes and always plays hard from start to finish. Davidson has three more years to play and will he with us again next year. R. XY. TllOXll'SON, Guard Thompson is playing his first year at the University hut he is playing with all the fight and assurance of a veteran. He is heavy, fast, and always has a hole for the man carrying the hall. The tackles he misses are few and he never lets up in fighting. The next two years will find Thompson here with added weight and experience, and in him opposing players will have a man to watch. 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Q 43 i 'fe lr-.C Review of the 1919 Football Season ATTLING against overwhelming odds in almost every game of the season. the football eleven of 1919 hung up a record, which, although not fiattering from the standpoint of victories, yet was entirely satisfactory to the student body and to the alumni and supporters of Ole Miss. Four victories and four defeats were the results of the season's play. looking over the football material, Coach Sullivan found the ma- jority of the men were very light and many were green and inexperienced. Taking this material and working untiringly with it, Coach turned out the lightest, but one of the fastest football teams in Dixie. lt was a team which although defeated was never beaten and did not know the word quit. Serious injuries to the men were a great source of trouble. Early in the season Ray suffered a dislocated shoulder which put him out of the game for a time. Feemster was badly hurt the next week in a scrimmage with the scrubs. Then came the L. S. C. game and it tore the team wide open. On top of this Captain Cowart sprained his ankle very badly. The A. 81 M. game left us in a badly bruised and battered condition. ln spite of these injuries the team kept on and as soon as good training could get the men in condition they were back in the game. Ole Miss opened the season, as usual, by playing the .loneshoro Aggies on the campus. The Farmers were easily defeated by a 32 to O score. The following Saturday the team journeyed to .Xlabama. The "Thin Red Line" did not prove to be quite so thin and we were defeated -19-O. After a week's reprieve the Red and Blue warriors met team at Baton Rouge. Though outweighed twenty-five Ole Miss fought fiercely and the Tigers were unable to quarter. The final score was 13-0. the strong L. S. U. pounds to the man score until the last The next game was with Tulane and on Oct. 24 Coach Sullivan in- vaded Crescent City. For the first time of the season Tulane's goal line was crossed. The game was hard fought but the boys in Olive and Yellow defeated ns 26-12. The next Saturday Cnion Cniversity visited Us and went home with the small end of a 25-6 score. The game with .X. Sz Bl. was played in Clarksdale on Nov. 8. XXI' were defeated 33-0 but the game was hard fought from start to finish. .Xfter a week of inaction we were invaded by the heavy and experienced team from S. P. C. but they offered little difficulty and we won 33-O. The season closed on Thanksgiving day with a game with Mississippi College in the Capi- tol City. The preachers lost a hard fought game 6-O. In many respects the 1919 team was the best Ole Miss has turned out in years. Six members of the team will not be back next year but the prospects for a good team are very bright. 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'. l' .. f' ,,:9+if,'ff 8--.-'1fyQ+j 1-, . - 'HF F! .Ct ,-q.:,,1swv1-2-s'. -. ., ,1f"""'0"' vu' -s Y -t v- ., - ,H .-f., ,, .im , , Jkt." 'Q fs. -,"" .ws . DLE LE MISS l ms! l L. so . F Fl OLE MISS .X. li, SCRLWHQS, Iiuard Scruggs is one of the best guards ever seen at the University of Mississippi. He never lets up on his man and has him out- classed and out-played at every moment of the game. He is a hard, fierce, fighter, fast and quick on his feet and never lets up until the whistle blows. Although a guard, he had his share of the field goals, and when he had a chance he seldom missed a goal. This is Scruggs' first year here but he has certainly proven his worth as a basketball player. NVe hope to see him back next year. JOE FORD, Forward Ford comes from Sullivians llollow, where basketball is taught with the prim- er, and he seems to have learned it equally as well. He shoots baskets from all angles and whenever the opposing guard lets up for an instant he has a goal. Ford is a steady, reliable player, and always works for the good of the team. NVe hope to see him back next year. Page Tfwu llruldrrtl Tfwflfw' L. C. HENDERSON, Center Henderson has more field goals to his credit than any other member of the team. At center he always played a good game, and his work there was exception- ally good. Very seldom does he miss a field goal, and the majority of Ole Miss points were made by him. Henderson can always be depended upon tot do his part and his part is a big part. Hender- son has one more year to play with us, and we look for him back next year. VV. ti. FORD, Forward G. Ford at the forward position proved to be one of the most valuable men on this years team. He is fast, shoots goals well, and is good on passing the ball. He seldom misses a goal, and always covers his shots up well. lt tzukes a good man to guard Ford, and in most of the games he ontplayed his opponent in every re- spect. Ford will be with us again next year. 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R.Xl'l'i, lforward Rape is small but it does not take size to make a basketball player. and he has proven this fact very well. lle is fast. quick, and agile, and keeps up and on his eet at all times. Rape is especially good on shooting goals and it also good on both long and short passes. llesides these good points he has plenty of light and pep and keeps going all the time. Rape will be back next year. C. l.. SUMXIQRS, Center Sumners is an ideal man for the center position. lle is tall, a good jumper, and covers his position well. lle is good at goal shooting, passing the ball and guard- ing his opponent. Sumners has plenty of tight and if necessary he can rough it up with the opposing center. Sumners re- turns next year. ULE DLE M55 N55 - V ,v . -. -- ll, O. KlclJ.X.xIl1l.'3, huard Klcllaniels at guard showed the same spirit and light which he displayed on tlre football Iielcl. lle sticks to his man never giving him a moment of peace, and never leaving him unguarded. This is l'ossum's second year on the team, and since he came here from the Oxford lligh School he has been steadily developing as a basketball player. Possum returns next year. IJR.XN li l.IiSTlfR, Forward This is l.ester's lirst year on the team but he has proven his worth as a for- ward. lle is exceptionally fast, shoots goals well, and is a good all round player. Lester was schooled in the hard life of a scrub last year so he learned to give and take hard knocks. Lester has one more year to play and we hope to sec him on the basketball court again next year. Page Two Hundrml Thirteen ''HllIllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllIllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIllIllllilllllllIlllIIII1llllllilllIlIlIIllIllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllIIIIHIIIHIIIIIIIIHillllllIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllllilllllll HIP T-f.'--ez-szs:'sfsw.a' as-s -1- -...sa Q-W -sfsqsfiaessa-t ' 1 iz' --sf'-T45-' H' vs: ...N 2 -.4 .-1, ,s-' 3 .-::'. 4.7 'TA .-at -'fs-3 ,1 . '. '7.. " ' -1 . 'I g'r?'CL. ',-gl 1' fur' 1-wi-lrfi-.raw-w-:fi-fs '--T -. . . Q .. - ..-T-f.L-fn-:'Fi!1zmmi?.?zf16ft:?5?.l-fffrg .ina -gpg JK, Q3 'P 5' M2 f M.-1 S I record Review of the Season ITH one of the best teams that has represented Ole Miss on the basketball court in several years, the Red and Blue quintette did much to restore the prestige that we have lost in the last four or five years. The season's results, as a whole, have been very grati- fying and although we failed to win the state championship, the student body and the Ole Miss supporters look with pride upon the the team has made. Nine victories and four defeats were the re- sults of this season's schedule. Coach Sullivan began the season with three veterans of last: year's squad. Around these men he built a wonderful offensive and defensive team and one that asserted the Ole Miss spirit in every game. just before the first game of the season Coach Sullivan finally selected the team as follows: Morris, Guard tCapt.j: Scruggs, guard: Henderson, center, Ford, for- ward Z G. Ford, forward: Rape, forward: Lester, forward: KleDaniels, guard, and Sumners, center. Ole Miss opened the season on jan. 21, with Union University on the local Floor. The Red and Blue warriors had no trouble in winning 40-10. On -lan. 31 the team journeyed to jackson, Tenn. Sullivan's men were de- feated by the Jackson HY" 22-39 but were victorious the following night and defeated Union 38-24. For the first time in several years the Red and Blue quintette trounced the Maroon and VYhite gladiators of A X M, score 23-10, but lost to the cowpunchers the following night 15-21. These Iwo 'games were the best that have ever been witnessed on the local court. Feb. 13, bowed to the superior basket shooting of the with the small end of a 51-11 score. The purple and Howard College, on Red and Blue, leaving white tossers of Mill- Pngr Taco llundrrd lfozzrlfrrz llIIIllIIIIIlllllllllIllllIllllIllllllllIllllIllIlllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllIlllllllllllllmlllllIllIIlllllllllllIIllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllllIlllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIHII llllllllllllllllIlllllllllIllIlllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllll gi A 'I , . 1'-""4f2w'::22i122:3 ' -'f'Lf4a1,'.:if2'f-'r3fi"'2ls-z'.- '---iff 1s """15'i2l'i'Y2ig'2:a'1i5:-1555 .-- , ,az -.' --.. . 4, -13 s. Q-gym'-ry - ' .Y-F --, ,V Q - in 5. .JH- A g.,, 5.,..g,,q'ga+ . H., ,. .- g gs.. , 'M-wr .ffyfqffgitif ,,,,,9 3 , ,.'-g1.'fy',-nffgsgi, - ' I7 - ' 'rl' ' fly 4 1 5 ,..- , Li.. -F QfYisg,,afvf .1.F'yf.- 'QS',,'A5,7fs rg:-tim.--1. 1. f- e-1 west: ,Z . A ' ' s' 'YL-f'.z:...', wt w,'.-'M-r'.zf'fZh:' I-iyfg-,i Q-vuwflsv. .. , . H?-'fall . ,. I-iilfvvzscfg saps were the next to taste defeat by 5ullivan's men, Ole Miss running away with both games, scores 60-15 and 58-18. The next week, Qoach Sullivan invaded the Delta, defeating the strong L'larksdale's HY" team 45-15. The following week the Red and Blue Quintette traveled to the Capitol City and again administered the bitter medicine of defeat to Millsaps, by 25-21 score. The next night Mississippi College bowed their head to the speedy Ole Miss team, and lost 27-12. The season ended on March 5th and 6th by a series of two games with A. Sz M. on their home court. XVe lost both games, 13-49 and 12-30. Every man on the squad deserves credit for the fine showing which the Red and Blue five made. Henderson deserves especial credit, scoring the largest number of individual points. Captain Morris, Scruggs, and the Ford brothers, all deserve honorable mention. To Coach Sullivan goes the biggest part of the credit. for, by his untiring effort he developed a smooth working team. and developed the style of play. Altho the season started late, it has been one of the most successful we have had in years. VVith every Varsity man next year, except Capt. Morris, we are looking for a championship team. BASKETBALL SCHEDULE AND RESULTS -lan. 21, Campus, Ole Miss 40. Union 10. hlan. 30, -lackson, Ole Miss 22, jackson NY" 39. -lan. 31, jackson. Ole Miss 38. Union 24. Feb. 6. Campus, Ole Miss 23, A. K M. 10. Feb 7, Campus, Ole Miss 15, RQ M. 21. Feb 15, Campus, Ole Miss 30, Howard 11. Feb. 16. Campus, Ole Miss 60, Millsaps 15. Feb. 17, Campus, Ole Miss 56, Millsaps 18. Feb 19, Clarksdale, Ole Miss -15, Llarksdale "YH 15 Feb 25, jackson. Ole Miss 25, Millsaps 21. Feb. 26, jackson. Ole Miss 27, Miss. College 12. Mar. 5, Starksville, Ole Miss 13. QX. 8: M. 49. Mar. 6, Starksville, Ole Miss 12, A. 8: M. 30. Total Ole Miss 406, Opponents 265. 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V di' " 2 " J .-Li. .. 12 an 's - ' w,. ii' Y vt L' . Y A 4 . S 1 1'l!"Q?"frfi" CAPTAIN ROVVSEY When the Ole Miss Track Team selected Rowsey to lead them through the 1920 season they made no mistake. It would be hard to find a man who could fill the place more admirably than he. Rowsey is a good track man, has leadership and ability and is well liked by everyone. He was one of the four men who represented Ole Miss in the S. I. A. A. track meet last spring, and although we did not win the cup-yet the record was not one to be ashamed of. VV'ith such good material out this year. and with prospects of a good team to back him up, Rowsey will take a team to the track meet that will make itself known. This is Rowsey's last year at Ole Miss. and he will be greatly missed next year-lJoth,on the held and on the campus. 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He was elect- ed captain for this year's team and no better man could have been found to fill the place. He is the type of man who is popular with all the students and instills a confidence in the team. Blythe has an ample supply of steam, and can work in successive games if called upon to do so. He is steady, keeps his eyes open and watches his chances. At hat he is a very good hitter and his fielding is better than that of an average college pitcher. Taking everything into consideration, Larney hlls the responsible position of captain of the team as well, if not better, than any man who could be found for the place. XVL- are sorrv tu lose Hlvthe for next vear. 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Coach Sullivan and Captain Carney have been keeping the team in good condition and when they go on the iield they will be ready to start at full blast with little practice. With three men from our championship team of 1918, with eight of last year's squad, with several stars of by-gone days, and with worlds of new material, we are looking for Coach Sullivan to put out a winning team. Ole Miss always places a baseball team in the tield that will do justice to her fame, and to the past records she has made. XVe are proud of her past records, and of the records of her baseball teams, but even with these before us we do not hesitate to say that this year Ole Bliss has a chance to develop one of the best, if not the best, team she has ever put on the held. As is the usual occurrence, we seem to be weakest in the pitcher's and catcher's position. However, we have Holmes, Carney, Henderson, McNease and Bagwell as pitchers, and there is other material as yet untried. For catchers we have McDowell, Hammett, and Hathorne. Only one man is missing from last year's iniield and we have no hesitancy in saying that it will be one of the best in the South. The iniield will probably be chosen from among the following: XY. lf. XYilsou. Pete XYilsou, Lester, XYood, Brown, Ramsey, and Murphy. The outtield will be well represented by Kirk, Barhour, and Farmer. sXround these men Coach Sullivan intends to huild a smoothly working and well balanced team and one that will hring home the championship to Ole Miss. llue to the eilorts of manager llull a good schedule has been arranged. 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Li sf .1 Q 1W',,.r .. , . ., vw K ' I ,,'M si ,v --r R- tf J. v G 14.8. cuff. ,MEA Nut- .1 1. 3 l, 1' .4 , . - L' 'Q .,s,L..aa.f.1'ur--i.'.g1 's ..-fi i V' ., -.e-'-- ws- '1",'f' f 1' A '-"Kai ff H ,fn 51. it ' '?+ef",fff1 ffm HJ t fa 1 vw' 1 , ' s -A " ' 'A' ' " f"i.'F5fi'i'itf 545l'Qia-Qsnwu-ef' P- f "4f.Q14 .If .-JIfQ.'- :ff gtxgb The 1919 Team O'Mara hails from Hattiesburg where he has been acting as athletic coach and di- rector in the Normal school there. On returning to Ole Miss in l9l9 after a year's absence he proceeded to do his part for the school in athletics. He played foot- ball and caught on the baseball team. O'Mara has had plenty of experience at catching and coupling this with good head- work he was able to be of much assistance to the pitcher in working the batter. He is a good receiver and very seldom does he let a ball get by him. By G'Mara's fail- ing to return this season we lost a good catcher. Lantrip plays center field and covers this position in such a manner as to leave nothing more to be desired. An erroi was an unknown animal to him and the sea- son's record had only one chalked up against him. He is fast and covers his territory well. Lantrip was a good hitter and his hits were usually for more than one base. Lantrip is not with us this year and we are sorry to have lost such a good man. Captain of the varsity baseball team of 1919. Harry Farmer was one of the out- standing figures in helping Ole Miss win her many games. Harry has been an out- fielder for Ole Miss for the past several seasons and his absence on the 1920 team is very keenly felt. He was a dangerous man at the bat and whenever he went up to the plate a hit was almost assured. He was one of the best outtielders the Uni- versity has ever put out. and in losing him we can only hope that his younger brother, Fin, can tailce his place. Harry is a medical student at Tulane University this year. Sisk was undonbtably one of the best lirst baseman who has been at the Univers- ity in a long time. The l9l9 season was his third year on the team, having coine to the University from Oxford. Sisk takes the ball from all sides and never makes an error. .Xt bat he was a most valuable man to the team. lie hit often and his hits always came when they would count the most. .Xs a base runner he was excel! lent, and had a good record on stolen bases. f uh n gpip-MISS . . .sri i f I . ,519 1 no I 4 ,-f, Y .Qi 4 fi,.,.: .. . ge' iv- E3 ' tg A, 2- 1' t -X "' 1 x v sq- : -iv., I ag, Ml-01: rags? it ' W' - nf I ' V , 'L V. 1 9 ' if A, A . .1 Page Taro l'l1u1dr4'd Twenty Ilnzf ''IllIIIllllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIllllIlllillllllllllillllllllllllllllllllllll IIIllllllllIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllIIllIIllIlllIIIllllllIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllm - '- -1 '- . - :rx .551 f .?!?'3,,I ,V E? 3,5 ...rr E4 - 'deli' 'V I ip-asia., '59 , is - - ll 6 - A 1 - f Sefeazizie -1 la,-, f- fat- ' f. 1 Q.:-. , -4 . 2 . ,Q 4 fn. , 'rg .uiffxfwswg few? x 4 ""l i.. 1 f J, aw-ff 'Q'-"v i-fs-nsimwvftv-s I 7 4.34188 I'aqz' T1c'nlll11lJrr'.1 Tnwllly-fuizr The 191 9 Team Harbour was the utility man and he proved his worth at any position he was placed. Harbour is exceptionally fast, and so he was able to play good outfield ball, on the infield he was also good, and when- ever he got the chance to perform he did so in a satisfactory manner. Barbour l1as a good batting eye and his batting aver- age was good. He will return next year. XYood also comes from Batesville and although a freshman he proved to be one of the best infielders on tl1e team. He is fast, seldom misses a ball, and his peg to first is like a streak. As a batter he was tl1e best on the team and in every game l1is hitting was noticeable. Vyrood is good on base running and has many stolen bases to his credit. It takes a good catcher to hold l1in1 on a base. XVood returns next year. Bagwell has proven his worth as a pitcher in every game in which he partici- pated. He has plenty of steam, good con- trol and never loses his head. He fields his position well and is good at the bat. The game he pitched against A. tk M. last year at Starksville was one of the best pitched games ever seen there. Bagwell is a hard worker and one wl1o never gives up till the last out is made. VVe are fortunate in having him with us again this vear. foach Noble hrst discovered Kirk and since that time Kirk has been giving the L'niversity baseball fans an opportunity to see a good man in action. Kirk's bat- ting is better than l1is fielding and l1is fielding is excellent. Very seldom did he fail to come into the limelight in the games in which he played for he was always on his toes and taking mental note of the things going on around him. Kirk will not be back next year. 'llIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll ll lllllllllllllllllllllll llllllllilllllllll lllllllllllllllllllllllllllll lllilllllllllllIlllllllllllf' 1' "-7 r we 5 Q, 'nf 1 I 4,4 9.5-.rg 'wears fs- JL' L.,.,.1f kwin-r ta ' 'rgx' vi, -- rr- 4 ..v1-4 ,.:,.,a - - - '- ...,, -r-. .. -Q, - . F-,sf - .. ,-gg --f--av r-:.-ri,-e ,.r,.q--..':'--:U ... 35.5-.v .v',:-..:"0.' - "' ri' .V ' '- '.-.' 1 " -' r"'--"'.- " ,- .. - 4--. -E111 -..,-ff'-'L :rg 3 f .,- :su-5 :lr gsm' ii- .....'m-gif-' 'M' Jie. 1 1- X-1, A' J H.,-'.' Q .. 1 ,,f- . ..,,- ..'4 -1. 1. ,f , ,- .. - , f- 1. at fr 0.3 , 1 :ff '.--.a.-eevfl-Masai 'D 1 '-- -v'--v.5f'ff 5 1 "- ftiai- ' .1 star.-2 . ff ff '?4"ff5, . f .fi ' ff new 'H-J "Sk .. .-fs-A 1 v,-f-'-'.w . - A . -:smear-: -1 1 asf, hw-rf The 1919 Team Ray Comes from Selma, Ala., and seems to have brought the Alabama ballplaying with him. He caught on the 1919 team and made a good catcher too. This was Ray's lirst year at catcher but he performed like a veteran in every game. He has a good peg, receives well and knows how to work the batter. At bat he was unusually good and had a good batting average. Ray will not be with us next year. Lester hails from the section where base' ball players are born and he was no excep- tion to the rule. ln coming to Ole Miss in 1917, as a freshman, no one thought that he would be wearing an "M" before the end of the school year. However he did make his letter and more than deserved it. He is a fast man in handling the ball and his batting average speaks for itself. In his tirst game for 0le Miss he hit four times out of four times at the bat. Lester is always dependable, and is the type of intielder that can always be relied noon. Lester returns next year Vllilson c-vines from Vaughn Station:-ind since his arrival here he has been show- ing us how they play ball here. lt's pret- ty good too. V1'ilson holds down second base for Ole Miss and does it in a very creditable manner. He seldom makes an error. and handles the ball cleanly at all times. Pete is an unusually good hitter and had one of the best batting averages of anyone on the team. Pete will be with us again next year. QL Paqe' Taco Iltmdrfd T1L'a'nfy--five "IIIIlIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIlllllIlllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIllllIllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIllIlIIIlllllllIIllIllllllllllllllllllllll . Sai..-"f g.45:eeH.as ig' :Lars -:.1' nw' s - we ' 1 1n-:i.i-'VE'2-'s.fL3L-"-ii?g'---six ff' "T-733.-age,-,vi-554' 'D '. -F-" 2 '.-l if flxeeiguafriq.wii-Hifzgilqg ,'f:T.g fps-152+ 4112,-sg 1. 1 -':,?."f-'Z . ', NE ' ' Qi .YBQ-fA.f'1-gwiiiijg M, .- "Y Gif. .551 .nySQs:9'lUF0'fs'X 1 .,..l',-. A ef-'l' -s - t ..,- ., - ,, x .im . J2i:-'-'Qrc -""'.-- 25415. Review of the 1919 Baseball Season Kal ' LTl'l0L'GH the schedule for 1919 was rather slim on account of games canceled by opposing teams, still the results of the season were as a whole very satisfactory. XYe did not win the state cham- IIJCQ pionship as in 1918. but the record made by the team was by no if'0'f'ig means a bad one. From the first the team was handicapped by the lack of a sufficient number of pitchers. The loss of Dick Fields was felt very keenly, and when Scott had to leave school things seemed to be in a pretty bad tix. In spite of these difficulties Coach Noble turned out a team that showed in every game the results of good training. The season opened with Illinois on the campus, as usual. The first game was one of the most exciting ever seen here, Ole Miss winning score 7-4. Illinois played beautiful ball the next two days and nosed us out in both games score 8-7 and 1-O. On .Xpril 8 Coach Noble took his men to jackson to meet the Millsaps team. The three games played all proved easy victories for Ole Bliss the scores being 17-2, 8-1, and 6-O. On March 17 and 18 we played A. 8: M. on the campus. These were probably the best games of the season both of them being hotly contested. Ole Miss won the first -l-2 and -X. S: M. took the second 4-3. The following XVerlnesday. Millsaps invaded our territory fully determined to wipe out the disgrace of their previous defeats. These games were very similar to the former ones and ive won 9-1, 7-0, and 14-1. The next week the team left for A. K M. to play for the state champion- ship. Both games were hard fought from start to finish but A. Q M. tock both by the score 7-5 and 5-5. .Xs a whole the season was satisfactory and cveryone was satislied with the showing the team made. The record was eight games won and four games lost. VX'ith the majority of the team back Ole Nliss is bound to have a good team in 1920. Pllfll' 'Ikon Ilrnlilrfil T1c.'rn1y-.fix ''IIIlIIIIlllllIllIllllllllIIIlllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllIIllIIlllIIlI1IlIIllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllli IIllllIIllIIIIIIIIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll lllllll I IIIIIIII IIIIIIIIII I I I ll II I l ll l llll l l l ll' ,.,-,:jf,Qi?r ,IQ-Zvi, ggi, ,lay -. 4-r z.. at -5 11 . . TQ . V ' 'jig ' .lf.'f4 1 it A ."- "Z 'T' I I' ' 9- ..- sfi,j,fA:,:ji,'ff5.i jjj' ,id X.-if .N 41: M qw A vi, I, 1 , ,A . w 6 . ty? ,111 V'x!L,:4c-Q." ., if. fiL,'1.'-ifwi ... ',.-'- 'A - 11 -f"'3-542555 Zfga fy! 'k fd 5 , 3 I .....,.. Q: f ,A , 0 .19 I ,- 'X Pig Cx'QTg.1,lf ,. fix J A . ' . 'j fl JI ff A 'V 1 tj r XXL? 7' ' -:Z RX -W -, 1 x W fl , ' - ' I ffmj, ,M X- up M - J , , 'P' , f 3 9 f' L A Q K ' ,1 -1 1 177 WV 'Q AJ 'fs 5 ef - 'IA Alf' K 9 1 ' ,Amy f .- . J J ,. V 1 . 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Every fiber 11f the X1i55155i1111ia11'5 11111111-11115 being' thr1115 with her 11111c11, 11er g'1i1I1CC'N are a 11erpet11a1 caress, 11er 11155, lllHC1i, 111re a1111 11ewitc11 111111, 211111 11er eye5 beam wit11 as bright a 111111211106 115 ever 5h1111e W 1171111 t11e galaxy 111 the g11115. Her 8111111111611 f ing tre55e5 are 11f lJiLI'Z1C11S1C211 beauty Such as 1 XYt'l1l15 never knew, 111111 t11e 1111151c of 11er v111ce xvlllllfl shame t11e 5iren5 into 511ence. 1'1lls1lI'1Il611 111 every M1551s51pp1a11'5 heart 11f hearts is this IJIlI'Zlg'1Jll 11f fen1in111e 111ve1111e55, 11115 being of C1Dl1S11IIllNZ1t6 beauty, 211111 grace. 211111 purity: the queenliest queen, t11e sweet- est sweetheart, t11e 111ve1iest 211111 111051 perfect 1,1f the C1'eat11r'5 11I1lN11XVl1I'1C,-1116 B1is5155ip11i ll12l1f1. 12. 1.. Cf 1 1 it 7 A 1112 'R 1 1 ,B .. .D H I - Gil Q . ,T .,, ' ' ,Y Page T150 Humirfti Tacvnly-111111 "IIIllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllmllIllIllIIIllIIIlllllIIIllllIIIllIIIIllIllIIIlllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIllllllllllllIIIIIllllllllllltlllllllllllllllllllllllllll lIllIIIIl" fr - . -' 2' ' --2-wee?" lr' es 5 5 -1, .--.:t1-21-.-.rt-shaft 3 1 - "mat: 5, lp QRS-iaseagffwipmwi if -1 1z.f.L1f+-1:-'fx ew. f-.' fs '-wfef'24f- if tri ' - Qgffq-efsfxefjg av-, . ctf.-.?Q1-.riyS,sqs st. .. vf..i'-.- -5 Q . '.- .- ,,,-s ,,,.-F.. . , - ', ' u.,'.:u.s1,P'f'.,1-I . Hayseed Letters University, Miss., Nov. 1, 1919. Dear Pa: I am writing again. I enjoyed yore epissel from A. 81 M. and showed it to sev- eral of the fellows. Ramsey got mad bout you mispeling the Georgia Rifles and I'rr1 inclined to think he's one of them things. I'm still tnsseling with Freshman Math and we are now studying eclipsis and parabolas. l don't see no connection in these here math parables and them others l no. Speeking bout parables--next to Fatty Harvey this her Freshman Artz re- minds me of the parable of the fatted calf than anybody else round hare. l'm cognizing Shapespeare under Dr. Bishop. He sprung one on us the other day talking bout quartos. I thought they used half-penny. crown, etc., in Shake- speare age. I got to red mid Summer 11ight dream. VVonder if that Summer was any kin to short Sumner up here who 's always dreaming in class. WIC' beat Union Z5 to nothing yesterday. The funniest thing out there was H05 Mclsarty and them white pants he borrowed from me. The dances are in full swing with the tickletoe in the lead. I don't guess I'll get them pants of mine what Donel Right took from the laundry by purpose until the dances are over as he was at the ,Innior Prom in them last night. N0 sir, that patch didn't show extra much. I ain't mentioning no names, pa, but this guy they call Aeroplane and another yclept Goat was what the hoi poloicus might term right last night. Qle Aeroplane could dance on a par with that dancing elephant in XValter Main's big one ring Sircus. XVhen I seen this guy I-Ioughland trying to shaike a foot, so to speak, I got there too. pa, I gotto admit that I wasn't exactly no brillant success but I guess I got on as well as he and McNease. I don't exactly like to say that Rats jones dances like a grasshopper but my imagination is in- adequate beyong that. Alphonso Gorge and this Barber guy might be included in this above-mentioned select bunch Van Kincannon broke his ankle while attempt- ing to ticklefoot and Dutch Raino threw his knee out of joint turning a curve. Gutside of these and the time XVillie Hull slipped upon the floor ther were no other casualties. I done decided not to sue the laundry because if it takes as long to extract money from them as it does to get clean clothes l'll be Z0 years getting a dimes worth of damage. Pa, these boys ain't suporting the picture show out here now. just like a bunch of country jakes always gotto go in town to se something. You can tell a country man every time. If Rufus Creckmore went here twenty years he'd still have the map of Yallahusha county on his face. l'll be glad when you visit Mississippi Col- lege as it must be some place if the guys from there are typical. I wonder if they claime VV. D- Conn, Morris, Fox and VVallace-well, I can know how to judge them parsons. Give my philia to omnibus. Your shameless son, HIRAM Page T-'wo Hundred Thirty 'lllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllIlllllll lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll llIIllllllllllllllllllllllllIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll' 1' H: 9 L 154- 'wk' ,nn -mar wi? "A-'iJY,",' V' 4 ref- x..13,.1 .s .ue--. ' -- ..f . .5 .., , 4,1 ,figs ., , ,.. . sf - -'r -U 1--1,-Y -.-. .-,jf-., 'lmixf' .55-i-1 1,533.1 .SQ-Q'-1 fwj? . ., .W ' ' .1 qi". 3 x- '-Dig' -TY- 145 " ' . Cam 'f-"1.ra.L.f3,2 .534 ,511 -1: ,r ' 1i1'..',g,7:1d1ri -, fy-,ray 'W' ' - ' -' r e-..'-A .-'nw' e ','Pv.a fy. 1-J. ,- t -.-A I ,L . . -,'.. 4, . - --H vk '.,: if-..'-,5 .-,. fr. '-'-Q3-iff.-trcfltssti. ' 3 ', A "f"' 'f..'2,f ' 5 .--' ' : I ffii.1f"':'1f5i'I'.- S' in-'.': sh- f' "',"u'-I, 95.1 E - '. Ui. ' 5' fqaif-.uf fn so-S 5. QQ? JG, .-'-" -. elf." ..--L- Lint- , .WW - -Q. -'A - t - QQ: ,. .-3... . f,-.f::i.,'fi.'-. N" .- 11" "-. EW' "5"l.r1,' 'UWIUIN' lv-N-ww V rw wi il l Dere son lliram: l'Hsst1Il1 Flrot, Miss. Novem. 3, 1919. I just got hack from A. and M., and llezeikiah is doing nicely. hut they had to L Y shoot the mule what kicked him on aeeount of his leg ht-ing hroak in two places. I See the I.. S. Li. foot hal game down their. lt was rele excitin. P. D, Houston eh Xkiilson got excited ind fell Hill stepped on a man and hroak the nian's leg. lino- , f 1 1 ' o the top sete in the grand stan and husted lllsfglillllsvs. I seen that teller liioho what helps coach you-all down to the game also. lle sure did look at home. He run out in front of the grand stan just hefore the game, waved up at a girl and hollered, "Hello, sweetheart," and live girls in the grand stan hlushed and said, "Oh, Hirsch:-l." Son, don't you never get to he no heart smasher like that. Henry Monger's uncle fthe one whut lives here! told ine that he had to horrer the par- son's swaler tailed coat and send llenry, so's he'd he as dressed up as any of the hoys. He said tell Henry to hurry up and send it hack cause the parson had to have it hy next Sunday to ociate it when Xkiill Hull's hest girl gets married to that feller from Poduck. Pete XYilson's pa run over the other day and told me that Pete was agoing to the dances and had writ him t 'or S3 to may him way in. Son l that's seandanlousl XYhy that much money would have kept Peter in sox and ties for ten years. Next thing you know he will he as extravagant as Dutch Rain- old. l'm glad you are astudying shakespear. NeXI to llenty. .Xlgeiy and l,ouis Cochran, he's my favorit. He sure to read his "Two gentlemen full of Bologna." and "doing Much ahont Nothing." Them two always was my tirst choices. lt was too had about Liieero Hawk's getting hit on the hend with a pumpkin at that their Haloween party. l het it husted the pumpkin! l'm surprised that hoard ain't but S121 dollars this weke. The Board of Liontro l mu st not of gone to the dances. I've got to git out lot's of cotton tomorrow so I will close. Give my hest to lllind jim, Scipio. Hannihal, Lucrezia. ,lovis and ,lim Crawely. Your confectionate pa. P. S. Son I forgot to tell you how proud your Sl H.-XYSEED. pa is of you. l just got a letter from one of your professors telling me that you possessed some very assinine qualities. I always new you was smart hut l never new you had any such qualities as that. It makes me proud. Pa. Pagf' Tfluo Il11ndrfdTl1ir1y-0111' ''IllIIIllIIIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll inunimnmmmnmi lllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIINIIlllllllllllIIlIIIIllllIIllllllllllllIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllli 3211'ff3-TES'wZ'-Jfiiilhzf' '-"""f'1zfrT-ifPew ' - - ' rm' wg Q1""'1r+1 nf-Ns --KH' 1.-'-wt -H'-1'-fvzifivgflti-,'i:+t-efz.Z1f?'Ti?2" li-'f': !6'fef11+ va if ""5 1 "' 1 -H'-'Hifi-2-ff1i4E1Z5'it?ifiF'fe Q Lf, ' ' ,". ' ' A ""' ' ' i .j Ig is i V r 1Q,FaJffvxl-QQ,55'7,': lf- -HY' if i-P-' 51.111 1 ff-vfflsl-A "U'f'7'.1'."""""'1-Vfilv 1 if -.Z - lf-5lfi'fv'f9'e3Q t ' x If AQ . , Adv we if 17 Kg? - -W 4 -il M 4 - Our kid-Pushers ln Ole Miss there llI'C two kinds of l'l'ofs, those who feecl the intel- lectual man, and the others: the above is ll picture of the others. They feed the physical man. Needless to Say the nonrishinent afforclecl hy the latter is inilmihecl with ll greater relish than the former. There are classes three tinies Z1 clay, Illlll strange to say, no cuts, except in cases of violent illness. lfreshinen are of the opinion that there is Il vast difference hetween ab- sorbing 21 hartl-hoilecl logical fact, llllll 11 llZl.I't,l-lJUllCtl hen's egg, lllltl that the philosophy of hash, skicls ancl zip, is more sustaining' and invig'or11ti1ig' than that of lluxley, Locke or Hume. May tinie's haurl deal gently with these l'rofs of tlusky hue, that they may live long' llllll continue to ilispense that which keeps z1lix'e the Sll1ll'li of life in the hrezist of the liorclonites. Page TfLL'r1lll1l1Jl'4'11 Tllirly-tftcu 'llIllIIllllIlllllllllllllillllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllmllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllll llllllllllllllllllllllllllll llllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllIIIllllIllIIIIIIIIIIlllllIIllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII M. law. 0. . . , ,, E Jigqrltr Fi 4,9 an qw 'P x Xu he - A nr 63-zfft 1 JT. .1-41:2 ' Kg, . 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From his recumbent position on the sweet-smelling grass, he could see the monkeys as they' chattered. happily together in 0.2,-gg, the tree tops. Nearby, a shaggy hon was lying peacefully asgeep C. by the side of a little lamb. Several mice were playing leap rog over the back of a cat, who stood quite still, evidently enjoying the gambol ot his little comrades. A huge mastiff stood a few feet away, watching the frolic with a glint of amusement in his eye. Everywhere there was peace, and serenity, for this was paradise-perfection personified. As Adam slowly took in the peaceful, beautiful scenes about him, he smiled contentedly. "Ah, happy am I." he murmured dreamily, "I thought I was satisfied before, but since you came, oh my Eve, my past life seems but a nightmare. I have tasted the joys of bachelor life, but never again! 'Tis the married life for me." And he arranged the ng leaves carefully about his loins. "Ah me, who is that?" He rose upright, putting his hand to his ear. "Ali, 'tis live. My wondrous, beautiful live. I shall await her coming." From afar off could be heard the silvery accents of the mother of men as she came tripping down an avenue of lindens. I-ler sweet voice rose, and fell, with infinite gaiety and happiness, and it seemed to Adam that he had never heard her sing so delightfully before. :Xt last she stopped before her husband with an impulsive gesture. "Oh, Adam dear," she kissed her abashed lord squarely on the cheek, "how do you like my new dress? It's really the latest thing in style. I made it all by myself, don't you think I'm smart?" She pivoted gracefully in front of him. "I didn't know you cared for style," growled Adam, somewhat dis- pleased by this seeming frivolity on the part of his spouse. "fared for style, why you silly boy." Eve shook a playful finger at him. "If it were not for styles to follow, and the clubs, what would we women do to take up our leisure time? XYhat does a man know about woman's clothes any way? I do believe, Adam, you would want me to wear my every day grape vine all the time?" "Oh well," answered Adam, having this much emphasized masculine failing flung in his face. "I guess yon're right, but is that the style?" He frowned glumly, rubbing his chin with his hand. "Yes," faltered poor live, "what is the matter with it?,' "Too short, too short. I tell you, woman, if you are going to try and fol- low every fad and fashion which starts in this world, you are going to have a tough time of it. VVhy, that dress is perfectly scandalous." Isle glanced uneasily at the many beasts which had gathered to watch the scene. "For goodness sake, go and change it. Quick." "Change it!" Iive's ire was properly aroused. "No, indeed! Are you my lord and master? Am I your servant that you nmst order me about? If vou are going to treat me like that I-IJ, She left the sentence un- Pzufr' Tfwu Ilundrrd Tllirly-four "llIIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllmlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllmllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIllIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllll Il ll ll ll lllIl lI" 57'iQ'Wl7'f69Qv'f"iK?:.W' '-I--fwafsf-:resort 1 m.'+sf1s-'f.f-- fw'-"--2W:i'51S3lEsff2lr1i'3'lf?i'f5f ,gf-'+'7j5i??P ig' yi-p-Pig' -.2?'1f1"-' 19' we I : ii?-If-pit? iff, -'ts .. TV, 1 1-f' -rw?-1 1:2 Q ' il rftffrf .J-T-fzi 'zv.l'b-'1-v2Ef?51r'L .if-. ff vs --,+01'ix: 5:2 is - A Figifb-5a2s,Ss'1f?g 9u'.'3'L'i"L1C.'1469-Lrw:is.s9!'v'4G'-sir, .. , ..s.LlT.-.L V -.ef--'12s . . 1 -.---ff-Flzvrw-nie., :.s:ts'.,4s:t-A-'-'.'s-Mis . finished and haughtily walked away. soon disappearing among the luxuriant foliage. "XYell, I say," Adam scratched his head in perplexity, "you never can tell what a woman will do. Wiell. I'll tix her. I'll doll up in modern dress myself, and see what she thinks of me. just wait." And he walked away, his head bent deep in thought. His disgruntled spouse had wandered to the shade of a giant peach tree, and was feeding contentedly on the luscious fruit, apparently having entirely forgotten the little episode with her husband. NYhile engaged in this delightful occupation, she happened to look up, and suddenly gave way to voluminous peals of laughter. And indeed she had just cause for laughter. Adam had evidently taken the assertions of his wife to heart, and bedecked himself in what he con- ceived to be modern apparel. Upon the top of his curly hair was perched jauntily a large palm leafg and in his hand he swung carelessly a limb from a small cypress tree, the latter evidently intended for a swagger stick. Struck dumb with amazement at the conduct of his helpmate, he stopped, and stared open mouthed. "Why, what are you laughing at?" he finally stammered, "YYhat's so funny?" "Funny?" Eve shrieked with unrestrained joy. "Funny? Oh, if you could only see how you looked." "XYell, how do I look 7' Adam's tone was almost vexed, "don't I look like a man of the world? "Do you?" Eve wiped away the tears of laughter from her eyes. "I should say you don't. Vllhy you haven't anything on, except a tie, and a hat." "XYell isn't that enough?" Adam asked querulously, "I don't generally wear that much. This is the style for young men, I'm as stylish as you are. If you can wear a fig leaf for an evening gown, why cau't I sport a swag- ger stick for a full dress suit?" "Adam, darling," live evidently desired to pour oil upon the troubled waters. "Let's don't quarrel. Remember, we are in Paradise. I,et's aban- don all this nonsense, and just be plain country folks. Let other people be frivolous, if they want to, I'm going to be just a plain woman, the happi- est."- "And the sweetest, prettiest wife in all the world," hnished Adam, jerk- ing off his palm leaf chapeau, and throwing aside his swagger stick. "As long as I have you," he added tenderly, taking her in his arms, "I shall always be happy, and content no matter what comes, or goes." And he kissed her gently on the lips. Thus came to an end the first little domestic tiff in the Garden of lfden. -LOUIS COCHRAN. 79 Page Tfwo Hundred Tlzirfy-ff-zfr 'llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllhllllllllllllllllllllll IllIIlIlllllllllillllmllllmllmnluuluuullllnuInIInnIuuunliiiIlullIlununmlmiulnllliulnluumumu K, fe, L-.Nw LA V155 qlfgvh -A .M -...ft ' 4-P 'fe ui--f.::v,Egfs3gj'Qi-V' ' :Qi'rijY3.'i:r-gfslb 9if1,1:f' -. ix.-,s -N ,lv -" q .1i'.'4""i?.fff" . 3 leiivtf cs, la ., ite. if """'i' lf' W F:fg.13Pf,.1-,,,i,-:- ' 4.1 ge .. ip:-2 5,1 iff-N -- r iii' .- in -' nr CK. .551 rf'-,s .s-'L , V -1'af'f'f'5s , Q- p ,Q-I ,,,,.-K. N R il, "3g1qPf",Qs , we P+? 3 9-' Y 4 ff 'nfyjl In the Lou go Reineariiatioifs a theory old. How men have livefl a life hefore tOr mayhe three or fourj Some startling faets'll now he tolcl. Strutting amidst the trees ancl tlowers 'lleachin' writin' and rearlin! ln the Garden of lfclen Bullecl ole joseph N. Powers. Drawing hyperholae in the sanml, Makin' the figures awful crude XYith materials rude "Allyn was teaehin' his apish bancl. Helping him, looking sad and sorry, l'rovin, hy means of stones anal sticks 7 times 8 equals 56 XVhittlerl and mumhlefl Ufifllflflllliiu Torrey. Carving and cutting a fossils hoekg Flashing with great might and main ln sunshine and rain VYorkecl ancl sweaterl ole Doctor "loo" Anil assisting in this primeval stunt Holding the huge animal firm l'Vhile watching him squirm Strugglerl ancl muttered lanky Doc Hunt. Acting his part in this ancient farce Cilacl in a Roman toga ancl gown Following Sweet Horace aroun' Ole Bondy as usual was saying, as! Yaasl uxgl ya 1 'lirying to learn lfuripicles' view: Sipping Greek wine from a bottle: Playing marhles with Aristotle lllilflly was uttering "philly koo poo." Making a mixture of HIS tfhasing a molecule through the air Trying to make two atoms pair Swan was making a ll-l of a mess. NYe'cl tell you more of this ancient hout But your time is short 'l'here's other sport Anil, hesirles, our Hull's run out. -l,. ik Inc. ITINIS Pugr Tfwo Ilumlrrd Thirty-.fix llllllllllllllll Illllllll lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllI lllllllllllllllllll Illlmllllllll IIIlllllllllIIlllllllIllllllllllIIIUIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII lllllll llllllll IIIIIIIIII I I III I lll l ll ll llll ll lll ll ., 5 U. .. . if -5- -f Q., . ,l, - .- 1, I--1,1 -- ,:.--pe - - ws- 'I 56? K, ,pm 1lllr,:g-3-"fe if ,X 5364454 QU W yi U51 f 'Wy . .1-H :1e'G'ff 1' 5 ' "B 9 ' ' V wi'-:Af ' 5+ ff ' 5 " " X "1 2171, -1' ,f"JQ1?:- +1-1-.1 ,ml A-5' gc-,rf "'-Q.: ng ' Jilgfl Lf 4.,': 3 EE. 1,1-.1 nf Aa .59 ,' -"lj, 1" '-1,, -'1 . ,v A lf- 5 ff 4 3 'V A. ' 4 HA. ,J 'L if .E ,gi -1 A1515- 1 u..-1',:f ,Q-3' 4,1 v- V-aww' f- f, 152' ' ' 4 .. '4f'Q?'a444-ki-iS3""T 'uf fm' 1if'Tf'::'g2Ls!.19nu-KZ+-'- 1 -1 . -H1--'I' . 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"""" 'ai--K' .s . -' s.. ff-g2.'1!lN'i5aLW!5:'m""'s Is 1,""':1- IQHIIIIJUS Fixtures ,4 -Y .Nui 'J As FX--'PBX I WF gig 'J N .tgfpsxifx ,Y ,N VZ, e- .4 ' tl h Q - ' of K 1' iw "' 'A ii X - 5 s KKK ji - 9 i .- fQ?L:tff 'iff it it' W - f wt, i f i E59 Gt tg Q it 1 W ,L ,t I STG? ft 1 EV XX 1 f ,1 - -. " p SPOOFER SHIMMIE LIZ.-XRD ,lust Il 'liheda up to dztte, the spoofer About .him there is 11ot very much to of tile Miss, he SHIKI. . U Though one ean't even l1old her hand, Other than that. theres 110 life-IHS 111 nluch less ohtain ll kiss. 41118 head. U I 4 She has 'em going all the tinie, thert-'s lsor they :ire all in his teet, you can dozens on her string, Mfearl1ly Sw' h She vatnps 'en1, then she drops 'et11, the lhis dztre-devtl devotee of the awful Cute littlt- spooting thing. sl11111'1111e! 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' iq X - i i Y s f FRESHMAN Une can tell he's a Fresh hy his clean shaven head And it Suplnmiort-'s tally will put him to hed. Une night in each year he paints the place green, Xext morning' eats his lmreztktastfstand- ing up to he seen. Alt! ilu ll N A SHARK He doesift take the campus course, a student very rare, He is not so 'keen on the cut of his clothes, or the particular style of hair. No joy he tinds in athletics or in the social whirl. But we'll surely hear from him when he gets out in the world. 5 9 f li ll JELLY BEAN You may travel this world der sea :ind o'er land. llere's the only case where clothes makes the man. Wiith Clyde llestt-r's dudes, and his per fume l Ween There is nothing just like an Ole Miss 'lelly-Benn. 4'-Tv it-4 ' .GI , - fb ff fr: fag' V e :anis . 'itll ll ' , .slat il ' I" -:.. 53: H 5 i::,a 1 A nun I 1 illllll , QIWM V nl? frm :fglll I w'Ei,::i5:Q!5'i iilgtilf. l a . ' wil, ,Fl 4 igasqiqiiiag .:::. ei- ll l. 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LARXILX Better knnwn as ".Xlphy," captain of the base- lall team, flark skin anfl teeth like the girls fall fur. Hails funn Clarksclale, makes all the dances, engages in all college activities ancl studies in whatever time he may have left. ICIJM l 'NIB LfOVY,XRT This lzicl hails frlnn VYater Valley where he is saifl tw have helcl flwwn a position in the boiler shnps. Captain of the fmitball team, a memlieal stuilent--as quiet must uf the time as the stiffs that the "Meds" carve fin. l.. H. MORRIS XYhp came frmn Mississippi College but Lle- spite that fart is a gmail athlete. Captain of the basketball team anml a member uf the fimtball team. .Xs silent as a sphinx in must eases but the 'tr' lairrl wnlv knuws what a line he has when hes LM' with the lamlies. il' . . . ,, lJON.eXl,llXlRlt1lll "Ole Miss" has never liacl a inure clepenmlable man than Dcinalcil XYrig'lit. Presiclent nf the student burly, Y. M. tf .X. Secretary, anrl Business Manager .if "Ole Miss," are evitlences uf the popu- larity ul' this yuuiig attorney. l'l'he anljeetive "yrmiig"' is tn be given a prufessiunal interpreta- lltllll. IH' Whig ' l i m! lllllllllIIllIIIllIlIllIllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllIllllllllll IIIIllllllllllllllllltllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllliIllllIllIIIIIIIlIlIIIIIIIlllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlII1lllIIllllllhlllllllllll .. Q3.'flg,1sAv'fgf-,r21..ffo,f" '-""J9p!1':1?'1 r'i2:5"'i sf? 'f' -'i'r.Hx-a-u'-,f-11"-Q --1.11.41 f"f'-"'ff2Pv'4'w'-3'-5-'-'-' "As, .Q i .- yg.wr,,1s5,f xi .. ' -.gy .- 'gf ' ,1 7, My - M" ,PP ..e,1ffy'--m- 1,s..1gQ?i4-i433g'ffv,r 1-3 'gi P41 "":A -5 if , 'W yrs: ,,. -vw-Q33-fg'2ssg4gs:gi121 .gf Zn V'.,'A"3's'- ii - ei.. ' ' ' " "' ."" 'flf 3 1 -' .15 Vi .f 'T 1452 -Pvw' "' 1 s mir' "Evil "s,'ff'1.'::, 4.7 'Tr -f 5, 'rg ' V -C9 ' .S '.'f '-,g11"" " A""'-'k"'f'si-K '5'Q1"4iwfi1f - 1 -.v. fi-.. 'fiffi-?f"Qs l'51fi.'fmQ XYHU ZUU CLYDIC HESTIZR This disciple of .Xhe Lincoln came from 'l'z1y- lorsville Il few years ago, and became manager and general "announcer" of Gordon Hall. Besides his good looks and his rail-splitting proclivities he has another Abe Lincoln trziit. He will he president if he succeeds in fooling :ill the people some time as well as he fools some people z1ll the time. IJ. XY. HOLMES rlillls Heziu Hrnmmel, lawyer, sheriff nf Lvni- versity Couiity- Moot Court, and humorist is Z1 better student uf men than of hooks-hence his popularity. He is also liill' from being inditlerent to the fair sex-notwithstzinding' his misztdventures with some of them. "ll XV." is bound to suc- ceed. L'Rll' QIURIJUN This popular footliztll stair came over in :tn OX-CZITI from Dzileville, Bliss,, via Rleridizin, He seems not to he z1shz1med of the fact that he at- tended Mississippi Llillege hefore entering' the medicz1l school here. liCl'lllll!5 illllt may he ex- plained hy the f:1ct that he met "her" in Clinton, lf. I... COLQHRXX L'nfortnnz1tely culled "hz1ndso1ne"-lwhen Z1 childl-he is what he is :ind no niore. Has edited everything' from "Ole Bliss" tu "XYhy Chickens tio Home to l"imsl.H .X person of intense enthnsiasms :ind afraid uf nothing except Freshman Math. A vehement worker: with his chziir rocking' viciously lienenth his Lvnderwood. :ind spztrks flying' froin the keys. he makes Yesnyius look like ll sick tire-ily signalling ll snake doctor thru the wrong' end wif :1 telescope. bl. 'lf ljR.XXYl.lfY .Xn z1r"ent disciple uf Cicero and the time ztrts. .X man who will make his nixirk in the work- thongh it he nothing' hut Z1 scratch. 'lim wzis elect ed the Biggest l'oliticiz1n at the L'niversity llllfl one has hut to glance through the pages inf :my Ole Bliss yxlllllllll to see how well he earned the title. Yezirning for greater Yields to conquer he leaves Ole Miss this spring to show the misguided old world how to riffht itself. 5 5, -Y, ff, 5.--i."""' T- 5-'-'f5,. ymdjf ' .vs .W , s ,, -' '4"",Tp' ...- , ,,-sf ,, ,mf 1 W,.,,,-.. NN "' ' 499' F,,,o1wvfL" vw- f ...W an-r ,, wg S575-'F',. '71 1-, ww on .spur-1' ,,- 1 'wg nfnvf' , . ,g,,f....,. ry,-Q G1 -37" L' TQ.. - DY?" .-,.1ifl 755' J j fxwj, i' QMAZW v fl.-fem .. f '73 .,..f .4 ....lv:Q: . ,. ..-.S :A -.-x C? Page Tfuso Iluntlrfd Ffnfy hu ''llllllllIllIIllllIlllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllll llllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllIllllllllllllllllllllllll llIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlIlllllIllIIlllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIH 3'QKfff-fff'G'f1"X?4.3x' 5-ea 'f 17' 1 -,.-+f2.wf 1-'fe-ix 'H'-'Q-esssfssergfxafafiz-I1feTiw" .,S"f'? ?'f'-e - We "5-,::, 2,7'1l-if 19" Jkf- ' " - 'llrz-I-:WF 't-"'f.'fv4.i-rafilhizl' . .'.?".?.3-J'-gi .- 9 - "'-as ff, T '::- AH., --s, tisiiiffirt-.wm'6'ff ...K .5 .f .ft-7 t td gf, ,I ,A "H, z ,W -,t 4 -I 3555 ... , 5 yvtfqf 51' 1'5LEa9.:-9ww-KCs5'- ..,.Q1'.-.. 'Fil-'Pls . .I-4' v.--1-EL.-vswaSlikM'?2?iCKf:ETf-553?fiS3 Ole Miss Epochs XYhen "1 Ile Miss upeneil in Septem, l he treaty light was warnnngg The Freshman class came truupin' in XYhile XYilsun went informing. XYe tillecl the clorms to overflow Ancl then slept in the alleysg The steel strike simn was lmruuglit tu encl, The Freshmen get their tallies. This year has been chuck-full uf thingsg lt's had its ups and downs- The usual slips twixt up'ning day Ancl fltmning caps and gowns. The Red Sox won the ehampiunshipg Uut lYest, they lyncheil a Maytmrg The Kaiser lost his Fatherland The Freshmen lust their hair. Thanksgiving' time :mil L'hristmas tow lfaeh lmft about its change, :Xncl "change" was scarce with some uf us XYith prices nut of range. Both Mutt and jeff, and lluhh and llullgll, Anil And Suri' The Anil ,liggs ancl Maggie tim, I-liram Hayseecl ancl his pa ivecl the Spanish lln. Gurcltiii huarclers ate their "skids" seppefl their stirgliuin 'lassesg The Legislature met in jan, Anil some of them are-statesmen. "Ole Bliss" will stand by those whim stuoil For seeing her made greater. For vuting clown the snH'rag'e hill The suffs will see 'em later. Commencement time is im ns now Vl'ith lluw'rs and clips :incl speeehesg The Hottentots of Africa Still gin withuut their ln'i-eelies. The A re .Xml presiclential eancliclates wuncl'ring who will win- here we eliise. lit fetera. lit Cetera,-amen. Page Tun 1111 ndrrd -I. P I-'arty-.fix llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIIIIllllllllllllllllllllmlllll Ill Illll IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII Ill . x, , Es' gg r?"mx.1'lx-.im 1.1 .,n,:,f -'elif why' FN K 9.7 iv I ,3 , "" , Q Q Xue 3,4 1 new .1 , 5 1 4 4 W X 4 z v 'km Rf 'I' .iw www , W' ' ' ' w . 5 X Y W , V, jf 'jg I O W Lk A 9 M 7 W fo QU 7 M f ff H X f' IZ x X F X J? lllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllmlllllllllll Wifi", -,'ZL.Q".,"" W 2 -5' C - , 5. -, Are, 'fix V- ' ' I1i'2k""" " 672:37 Xi, fy' -- ,. ,'-,rag-v 'mv ' - ' 1 -mary-??.. 15' i,-Q.A', V '-.- '.',-w.- 1 - A "Q, 1.7gJs'.'l'.f Qfjfb- 52" 'iv ,.'V' I - V, H if U' ' 'T fi ' - L P4 5'7,"4 vm", 5 J ILL ENJO U 1 Q MPR f n WX ,N h -' xGNlIlI'2mf PkNs.a Jg'! E ' 5323, iff' , NHS1, WW IQ Mx A wif A 'Milf ykff' N TRI ERS y CLOTHES - Memphis, Tenn. For Dignified Dressers and for Younger Fancies 5 RIVERS CLOTHES represent QA style, CXClLlS1VCI1CSS, our own designingeemanufacturedin ' "J our own factory. The bril- .-. liant results of the combined efforts of the Trivers organization of master craftsmen. Today 200,000 men and young men - regularly buy Trivers Clothes and reg- ularly save money thereby, because they are sold! Direct from Maker to Wearer, Al 0 40 S42 S556 through our own 25 Stores - from ' America 's largest Ready- to- Wear Clothlers. AX ,'-, ' - llf'-, AX, lf l,1,'J,ff Rlu f". ,l1" Uwmv,'1'1.'-Hffwrlf. YC. fluff flflyfif. lffnll. ll,m1.J,M 'lj.,,, llflffffr, Tru: lr!,'."."1f,'w. X. lf. 'f.1r!1w,r1. .llzrfm , ' .. 0 xr-l 11 fn fr. lr .mm ln. B. lfllf' r,w,','fL,, r11,,f, Ax'l'Mf!'!'l' I M l,x'ff1!'fl'f!14f1f frm I l,,uwH.1u'w1, l'.1, lxlrlfrxfrzrlwn, rllfml. ffff"ff'fff'f'fi"'- 7'V'1" f.'lff1nf1l'f1.1. S, ff, lhrulzr, X. l,r1r111'Hg, .llrflu Bf1m1f,f1'xf1m. ,Ill f.'l'w1ffffJIr, AX, ff .f14fl'f4H9. X. lf. fhfrfcl, .ll1ff,'. l 1 lim llnmlrw.fAlf1rl1'-wzqfzl CI0HIP!l'HZt'1lf,N' of RoIoert I.. Tomlinson IEWELER VictroIas and VictroIa Records OXFORD, MISS. IIOIIIIDIIIIIPIIIS of The Bank of Oxford Biggegr-ccr1dRQESge5i4 UXF1 IRD. MISS. I CoIoniaI I'IoteI OXFORD, MISS. University students aIways weIcone Rowland Drug Co. H .-... 1.,rnff.f.N for Magazines and Periodicals 1. mu mum mm rkxru IIR ININI-R IIN umm J. H. MORRIS FRESH MEATS Q GROCERIES Agent for Singer Sewing Compliments of THE GUARANTY BANK 8: TRUST CO. U Deposits guaranteed by Ivlaclnes' the Guaranty Fund of the . i State of Mississippi All kinds machine repair work OXFORDJVIISS. OXFORD, MISSISSIPPI EARL FUDGE GRDCERIES, FEED AND PRODUCE PHDNE NUMBER 165 Special flllenlion to University Sludenls White's Grocery M. G. WHITE, Prop. Staple and Fancy Groceries When you want something good lo cal Thane 239 Pzlgr Tarn lIul1.lrf'J Furry-rr Commercial Print Shop i Manager ? We do all kinds of Printing--"Except Bad" OXFORD, MISS. 'l 7 C f W. lXl. MILLER, 1 ler S a e F,J-Yl,'l' FRU! TS .JXD C.J-YD1ES fzklz. Uj',i'lz'2'.f. Swirl'-:c'1'i'l1i1r. lim and Cold Dr1'1zl',f OXFORD, MISS. I III IXIRIIJ Xl -XXX' IINII-.. SIICIAI. XIII-.YII I II I I I Ln. BEANLAND w, T, lvmmn mvrrlizuit Eailnr Qpfflflill hntngrziphvr fnr im "Obit illlliszf' strictly First class Tailoring I'-H-'Wi-w'l Spot Cash DRESS SUITS FUR RENT BRING US YUUR KUDIIK FILMS oxronn, ii 1: miss. oxroiin, miss. 1 ll f fin, Mrvnaha Ennis iIl'I5d!iUll1HILH!UilU!VLfFK!HTH'WIiFJFCIYFHT'"II"f'iilfff """' IU ""' Qi Capital 8: Surplus, : S500,000.00 umm-1 1 ' , 1 1- , , ,,,,,,.w Branch Banks located at Ackerman, Belzoni, Calhoun City, Charleston, Eupora, Louisville, McCool, Moorhead, Noxapater, Oakland, Vardaman and Woodland Sfmnke Martina The Dixie Cafe H. lf. IILBIYHT. Prop. GREXADA, : 1 MISS. CENTRAL CIGAR 536' and TOBACC0 C0- 1-.HQl'fQ'l,ill'1QTw Dlstnbutors CIGXR5 'lu ,BM Il I1 r llulfl llllllllk xJWleil3el,rIllflnlle-put MEMPHIS University Boys Always TENN, Welcome P T ll liffy Would you lilxe your froclc to loolc like this? Ilia- cam clt-:ni it znlwsoliltt-lv. :tml xxligit is iiimm' uc cam dim lf sci xwru xx ill lu' satis' hed with tht- result. lr IS tnily' liy plensinfl our P2lI'l'UllS that wccznii remain in lwusim-ss just try us once, THEN decide for yourself! 'COLD RELIABLE CO." Cleaners and Dyers CHARLES GHIST. Mgr. --The Man Who Knows," Phone 386 QNNOORE l l 9 2 O 8 5 9 MEMPHI9 For More Than 60 YEARS THE SOUTH'S LARGEST DRY GOODS HOUSE We carry the largest and most complete stocks in the entire South. Our prices are as low, if not lower, than any other house. Prompt and Careful Deliveries SATISFACTION GUARANTEED WM. R. MOORE DRY GOODS CO. Memphis, Tennessee Porter Hardware Company Incorporated' OXFORD - - - MISS. We handle a complete line of Builders' Hardware Queensware All kinds of Electrical Supplies, and a complete line of Sporting Goods University Boys are Welcome at our store fr lim llnmlrf.f-filly'-lim W5 t tt N M e 1 FUHQW Qld NSW Orleans W Modern Pireproof r European plan if Restaurants in Connection including the World Famous Cave Headquarters for Students of All Southern Universities P ffpff INTERSTATE WHOLESALE GROCERS, Inc. Own and operate the follow- ing houses : CUVINGTON GROCERY 8: GRAIN CU. cov1NGroN, LA. SLIDELL GROCERY 81 GRAIN G0. SLIDELL. LA. BOGALUSA GROGERY 81 GRAIN G0 BUGALUSA, LA. MERCHANT GROCERY CO. FRANKLINTON. LA. NEW ORLEANS WHOLESALE CO. NEW ORLEANS. LA. PEARL RIVER GRUCERY 81 GRAMN C0 COLUMBIA, Mine. TYLERTOWN GRDCERY 81 GRAIN CG. TYLERTOWIN. IVLISS. FO0TE-PATRICK C0. LAUREL, Mies. SHELBY WHGLESALE C0. HATTIESLQURG, Miss, STRICTLY WHOLESALE Conzpl1'n1fni,v of Tha LCIlllpf07l Co. L'Ul,I'XIIiI5i, MISS, ffrm1pl1'r11f'1zf,v of COLUMBIA GROCERY CO. f.'Ul.lfIlBl.l. .lll.N',N'. "OLE MISS" MEN UQ' mrdiafly l'IIf'l.fr' you Zo mal' our ,flmp wuz' !1fz1dq1mrff'1',r fclzmz fcwr you arf' In flzr l,'f1p1'fal lfily Duke CR, Laseter Everything in Men's Wear l3'cf:zw1fI1'i llfiu Bfifg. -fi1flQ'w1. ,Ilzj THE E P0 R IU Mi Successors to S. J. JOHNSON CO. EDWIN CLAPP and REGAL SHOES BORSALINO and STETSON HATS SOCIETY BRAND CLOTHES MANHATTAN SHIRTS and PHOENIX HOSE Our personal attention Mail Order Department insures the most prompt attention. I fr Tim lllfllifffil l"iHy-!r1l1J ohnston 5- Vance Co. CLI JTHING- AND Furnishing Goods AGENTS FOR Dunlap Hats IT COMES FROM JOHNSTON AND VANCE CO. lT MUST BE GOOD 51 South Main Street Memphis, Tenn. NCANALEH Genuine Ilalian Macaroni Gravy TRY IT D. Canale SL. Co Memphis, Tenn. Athletes Friend ! Manslield's Arnica Liniment For sore Muscles, Bruises, Cuts, Inflammation, and All Pains. Keep a Bottle on hand. At all Druggists and Dealers. Manuf t d by Van Vleet-Mansfield Drug Company MEMPHIS - TENNESSEE P ll F Il11mll'fJ-fifty-fr ll lakes a college man lo please a college man! After ten months of toggery designing-We are pleased to announce the arrival of our Spring Toggery, which embraces the wonderful Phil A. Halle, trim fitting, soft roll, "no padding in the shoulder" clothing. Broguish Footwear, Toppy Hats and Smart Haber- dashery. Our travelling salesman will surely be a welcome visitor this spring. Representatives on the Campus, CRENSHAW 8: UPSCUMB PHIL A. HALLE Exchange Building MEMPHIS, TENN. GLASS MIRRORS PAINTS ALL KINDS OF BUILDINGS FOR ALL PURPOSES Large, well assorted and complete equipment Our unexcelled facilities assure prompt service PITTSBURGH PLATE GLASS CO. Local Agent, R. H. LOHMAR MEMPHIS. TENN. Specify CRANE PLUMBING GOODS All the Latest Sanitary Plumbing Fixtures SOLID VITROWARE, PORCELAIN ENAMEL PORCELAIN GOODS Tubs and Lavatories that always look good Water Closets that stay right Fourth Street and Court Avenue MEMPHIS, TENN. I 1 lun lluzlilrfil lfilly-six JACKSON'S BEST STORE E N N I N G T 0 N 'S The Best Styles The Best Quality The Best Values ok li!! ll sa-ff5s1Y"'b.Gi..Q X f - Q e Only Complete Department Store in Mississipp l n U N I I T H 1 i P me QUALITY STORE of the Central Mississippi Valley where you will Find the best and newest in wear' -fha V g ing apparel for young women and men at very reasonable prices. Write us for anything f . , O HF""'l'5FlFAlf5'5'0'f of flilmiifitaiiiiiitg when in Memphis. JUST DRUGS Drugs fully justified for strong remedial value solely because of purity and power that has been proven. For drugs place your wants before us. When giving drugs, give ours for best results. Drugs for home use or all prescriptions filled. FORD'S DRUG STORE Open All Night JACKSON, MISS. Phone 465 T h e L el a d el r 1 L'pp1,--111m .llmz 1'L'1ex1s111iw:S SELLS 11' role LESS! GRI-QNT-XID X, NIISS. 9 L-1. Mi JU illnz Cf! .ll111'1'1'1'1f ., 11 lfzrx' 141111. l111111f,m1111'fx' 1'11ff1'11i'1'1f . , ,N f4'1'1fd1'11Ig l'llI't!.l' 11'1'1111' 11 r good 1'111p1'1',vf1'1111 H1'111f 111 ui Ffff' izlhlflffl fluff przi, TUCKER PRINTING HOUSE Jackson Miss NllaNll'lllS, llil-NN. l ll T-1111 ll1111.ll1'.f-hilly-1'1qf1l We J. E. EILSGN CO. DEPARTMENT STORE i f i ff 7 OXFORD, MISSISSIPPI Established 1836 "The Customer F irst" Let us demonstrate the true meaning of these three words Main and Monro MEMPHIS, TENN. HOTEL NO LE JACKSON, Miss. Opposite Depot Rates Reasonable Your Business Appreciated Smart 'n Style--Fine in Tailoring' Riqh P T H E H U B 17 North Nlain Street MEMPHIS, TENN. CLOTHIERS HATTERS FURNISHERS GEO. F. LANE, General Manager Pugff' Tico flIl1liil'l'ii- filly HALE and RUSSELL DRUGGISTS if Stud ent Headqu aretersi' Carrying a Complete Line of TOBACCO, CIGARS, STATIONERY and TOILET ARTICLES 111051 Lvjb-Z'0-cfdfc' F011111'c11'11 1.71 1Y0r1!1r1'11 .1l1'.v,v1'xx1'pp1 PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED OXFORD, MISS. UNIVERSITY STORE Books, Stationery and Luncheonette TOBACCO and COLD DRINKS 111' arf lzrrf for your 6011 III ll 111111' ff 15 0111' f:!f11.v111'f I0 , It 3011 UNIVERSITY STORE I I IIIIS " WRITE FOR PRICES" MEMPH1sNCpCoAL Co. Mine Agents and Shippers COKE and COAL Long Distance Phones MEMPHIS - - TENNESSEE In appreciation of your loyal patronage OAK HALL Clothing MEMPHIS - - - - - TENNESSEE Com pl1'nzenf,v of " The Hotel Chiscav Memphis, Tennessee Headquarters for the Students and Alumni of the University of Mississippi PqT 111151, C1ayosoTrunk 8z Bag Co. The Cayoso Hotel is opposite us TRUN KS, BAGS and NGVELTIES Leaders in High Grade Luggage Special Attention to Mail Orders B. W BEAUMONT, Prop. MEMPHIS, TENN il' lllllly Qi -A: ' , 5 .E Zz ?g ? Es'-2 it-Eii 5? 2Z E 2552 2 EEE? 'Z4"'7f:::' zzz:- A4a Z 2355 '-1: .ii ,Q 6: - '7717 4 'K gg: 2 2 E - ,. We HE graduate of today enters a world electrical. Gathered from the distant waterfalls or generated by the steam turbine, electric power is transmitted t i the busiest city or the smallest country .place. Through the co-ordination ofinventive genius with engineering andmanufacturing rcscurccs, the General Electric Company has fost, red and developed to a high st..te of perfection these and numerous other applications. And so electricity. scarcely oldcrthan the grad- uate of today, appears in a practical, well de- veloped service on every hand. Recognize its power, study its applications to your life's Work, and utilize it to the utmost for fhebencfit of all mnnkinri. X f Q VSA Q'- f is mess Q9 X Ge l Off' Sale Ofii ' Schre?12: Q Q Q all farge Effie? es-24sF Page Taco IIu11ilrf'il-.fix S S aff' f 5, ,, -.. --- - - X ?i Esifa?-?:s is fff: '4 452 ::E:f:'5 'EEES-'SS Z2'2?z 222 5 -gesaisgsg :is 4 4 Z Zz'-,fi-ze.-:gr ff :f'q' ff .4 J ty-fluff 1848 - 1920 University of Mississippi CO-EDUCATIONAL College of Liberal Arts School of Law School of Engineering School of Education School of Medicine School of Pharmacy School of Commerce and Business Administration Seven Hundred Fifty-nine Thousand Dollars to be expended in the erection of new buildings SUMMER SCHOOL OPENS JUNE 7th, 1920 Regular Session begins Wednesday, September 15th, 1920 J. N. POWERS, Chancellor, University Mississippi I I vu lI11nilrr.l Sixty-fum cox1P1.muN'1's or Pidgeon -Thomas Iron Company H6df'j' Hardware, Raifwczy Szzppliw, ,1Iz'!!Supp!z'e,f, Iron Steel, Tin Plates and Roqfing .1Illfc'l'Z.CIf MEMPHIS, TENN. PLANTERS HOTEL Y i i 'QW' S357 -RSL' 'M' ISZNQ One Block and a Half from Depot GRENADA, MISS. OLE MISS BOYS ALWAYS WELCOME Strictly First Class Rates Reasonable C. ED. WRIGHT, Manager Paar Tico HlllIJl't'.f S ly fl K O . xi. 4 '-P' a 1 omg-.., ,H u I "'Ys o v , 'v Qs 54 ' . 1- , Y V v g . vlfqh Q' , ' l It .K 1 Nj- -4 .JA 1 Lvl. J. . ' A L J" "1 Q I K V. 1 -'v L I I V ' r ' U.. 'A I B 51 U o .J . ' ' ,fx bv 17' 0' ' . .K-J .' "R ,i,4,..t5x1 , V.. :':.' .Y :1 .,. N. -r. .' . 1' I. ..'?..'lI - ' 'L , S: ' . ,Ng gr l , . L VI Y ' HAMMEIUMHH KODTMEYU20 A n T U U crmvsw DRINTEDI' M I LWAU :cafe- N 1 EN l, :I 'NI - A ' - gn- R' ' " Y? gy: "H Q 1 43 i -.,, 1 - Y N I Q 'rv' 1 1 ps op. .. , 1' ' 4 f,oA O 5 Q fb! Q! o J. D6 0 -3 fi a v F b 9 S if ', s..4'ff 9 . - F f ' 1 4- l r ' 'ln Y 5 l .1 Q ,- 64' hs- 'gi 'I fa - ' ' v f' J, l "fA'7!- 77.- v x 'Ln r sg' P I . P I k if O I 1 I 8 ' o A - S vr. O Q4 ,ws-. ,f' v- .. 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