University of Mississippi - Ole Miss Yearbook (Oxford, MS)
- Class of 1921
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ALFRED HUME, C. E., D. Sc., LL. D.
Vice Chancellor: Professor of Mathe-
WALLER S. LEATHERS, M. D.
Dean of Medical Sthoolg Professor of
JOHN H. DORROH, B. E., C. E.
Dean of Engineering Schoolg Profes-
sor of Civil Engineering.
LEONARD JEROME FARLEY, B. S.,
Dean of Law Schoolg Professor of
HENRY MINOR FASER, Ph. G.
Dean of the School of Pharmacyg Pro-
fessoi of Pharmacy.
JAMES WARSAW BELL, B. P., M. A.
Dean of the School of Commerce and
Administration: Professor of Econo-
mic and Political Science.
ALFRED VVILLIAM MILDEN, B. A., Ph.D.
Dean of the College of Liberal Artsg
Professor of Greek Language and
ALEXANDER LEE BONDURANT, A. B.,
Professor of Latin Language and
DAVID HORACE BISHOP, A. B., M. A.
Professor of English language and
CALVIN S. BROVVN, M. S., D. Sc. Ph. D
Professor Modern Languages ana
CHRISTOPHER LONGEST, B. A., Ph. D.
Associate Professor of Lating Acting
Instructor of Spanish.
ARTHUR PALMER HUDSON, B. S., M. A.
Assistant Professor of English.
WILLIAM LEE KENNON, M. S., Ph. D.
Professor of Physics and Astronomy.
JOHN NESBIT SXVAN, M. A., Ph. D.
Professor of Chemistry.
PAUL Pt. CANNON, A. B., M. D.
Professor of Pathology and Bacteri-
WINN DAVID HEDDELSTON, A. B., D. D.
Professor of Philosophy and Ethics.
ROSWELL YV. ROGERS, B. S., M. A.
Professor of Education.
ARTHUR BOONE CROSIER, B. S.
Professor of Accountancy and Secre-
HENRI RONCHI, B. A., Licencie.
Assistant Professor of Romance
HARRISON RANDALL HUNT, M. A.,
Professor of Biology.
PETER W. ROWLAND, A. B., M. D.
Professor of Pharmacology.
CHARLES F. DeGARIS, A. B., M. D.
Professor of Anatomy.
T. C. KIMBROUGH, Ph.B., LL.D.
Professor of Law. .
VICTOR A. COULTER, M. S., Ph. D.
Assistant Professor of Chemistry.
GEORGE W. WOOLLETT, MA., Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Chemistry.
JOHN C. CULLEY, B. A., M. D.
Assistant Professor of Minor Surgery
and Physical Diagnosis.
JOSEPH OTTERBEIN CRIDER, M. D.
Professor of Physiology.
DONALD F. MCLEOD, C. E.
Professor of Municipal Engineering.
W. C. MURPHY, A. B., M. A.
Professor of History.
WHITMAN ROWLAND, Jr., B. S., M. D.
Assistant Professor of Bacteriology
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B. L. ROBINSON, RI. D.
Professor of H ygiene.
R. L. SULLIVAN, Pd. B.
Director of Athletics.
R. C. IERNIGAN, B. S.
Assistant Director of Athletics.
Instructor in Hygiene and Physical Cul-
ROBERT TORREY, B. P.
Associate Protessor of Mathematics.
MRS. EDNA LOWE EATMAN, B. A.
Dean of Worneng Instructor in Home
J. C. ESKRIDGE.
Proctor of the University.
M. C. FAULKER.
Secretary of University.
MISS MINNIE BRADY.
RAY H. LEGATE. B. S., M. A.
Secretary of Y. M. C. A.
JOHN DeWITT FURR, B. S., M. A.
Superintendent of Power Plant.
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ISAAC FULTON BELL, B. S., LL. B.
U I'l1u11g1', 0 HVUJIIIIYIIIN !"ln111yr:.'
Burst arc' flu- prism: bars.
Captain Freshman Basket Ball Team
'15: Freshman Medal in Elocution '15g De-
claimer Phi Sigma Anniversary '15g Ma-
sonic Club: Phi Sigma Critic '17: Vice-
President Phi Sigma 'I9: Honor Council
'20: Inter-Collegiate Debater '21: Presi-
dent Phi'Sigma '21. f
If you wish to know about any of the
ancient happenings at Ole Miss ask Judge,
he's a man for a' that.
SIDNEY B. BERRY, B. S.
"ll1"Il 1l'11ll.' f1'f'rlnnff' In lziyllrr lNlfll.V
Inlllllfllffl by Ilfillllf rays from 1fc'u.son.'S
President Junior Law Class: President
Phi Sigma: Vice-President Simpson Coun-
ty Club: Treasurer Phi Sigma '20: Treas-
urer Masonic Club: Taylor Medal in Eng-
lish: Elected Best Student '21: Mississip-
pian Board of Control '21: Chairman Gor-
don Hall Board of Control: Editorial Statf
Mississippian: Editorial Staff "Ole Miss:"
Managerial Staff "Ole Missy" Inter-Colleg-
iate Debater '21: A. E. F. Club: Y. M. C.
A. Council: American Legion: Class Foot
Ball: Alpha Phi Epsilon.
A man born to wield the cudgel and in-
struct juries. "Sid's" only set-back was
that his home was in Simpson County, but
it is only fair to let it be known that he
speedily overcame this.
SIEGFRIED B. BIEKER, B. S.
".-lfI1'1'1l1'1lIl1 flu flu!-fnr."'
Vice-President Medical Class '21: Secre-
tary Masonic Club '21: Medical Club:
If "Biek" has the success with that girl
that he has had with the Med. Course
he'll be Hxed woken."
M. C. WIGINTON, B. S.
Bara Avis. Miss.
"Rui frlfrn ill irlrlrwl,
Di-Will-Will!! flu' florfnr alum not IIIIVIIHN .mw-
Masonic Club: Medical Club: American
Legion: Student Assistant in Anatomy' 21.
Yes. they called him "Jazz Baby" but
don't be deceived by that. He has mopped
up with everything that he has come in
contact with-including medicine.
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CLAUDE C. WILKES, B. S.
"YM lmrf' I noi frrll bwyun:
lffllflus .wo hrflrrlll ll'flllf,H
Alpha Tau Omega: Sewanee '20.
An energetic straight-forward lad who
was real asset Ole Miss, and whom we shall
ROBERT W. COOPER, B. S.
"A mmz who lirws in his lH'0fl'S.S'iIIII.Y'
Glee Club '19g Medical Club, Student
Ass't in Histology and Anatomyg Masonic
Club, Medical Certificate '20.
A man who did well the work at hand,
perhaps not a Jack-at-all-Trades, yet a
master of that which he wished to be.
GEORGIA DUNCAN, B. S. Oxford, Miss.
"llr'1' twin' was t'l'l'r snfi,
Gwuflc, and Iofr: an 1-.r1'f'll1'nf thing in
Blues, Vice-President Junior Class.
A popular co-ed from town. It was ever
a pleasure to see her tread the campus'
VVM. G. ECKLES, B. S. Sardis, Miss.
nliflll' doth lim IIIISII bm-?"
Y. M. C. A. Council: "Mississippian"
Staff '19, Scribblersg Yellow Dogs, Amer-
ican Legion: Lati11 Club: Masonic Club,
Business Manager Ole Miss.
Truly a busy fellow is he, and one who
thoroughly performs any task assigned
HERMAN K. FULMER, B. S.
'kllwn of ITYII mvrit find ,favor cL'ffr!lIt'llCI'C.
sur-hi is hc."
Phi Slgmag American Legion: Class
Basket Ballg Sergt. Major U. S. Armyg
B. S. with distinction in three years, Sec'y-
Tho' quiet and unassuming he was an
economic problem-he burned quantities
of the mid-night oil.
ROBERT LEE HAGAMAN, Jr., B. S.
"Pvc dom' thc fIr-r'fI.-l-
Nou' Icf mc go."
Hermaeang Alpha Phi Epsilon: Record-
ing Secretary Y. M. C. A. '20-213 Vice-
President Senior Class, '20-21.
"Hagy', got his degree in order that he
might be able to choose an ambition. We
hope he'll succeed. He labored earnestly
for Ole Miss, and we can only say that for-
tunate will be the community where he
chooses to spend the rest of his earthly
H. A. HARPER, B. S. Florence, Miss.
"Hnpc.' thou fuurw- of young Ill'NlI'l',u
Hermaeang Alpha Phi Epsilon: Black-
stone Clubg Mississippian Staff '20g Greek
Clubg Ole Miss Managerial Staff.
Let it be said of him, "He was a good
boy." We all liked H. A. and we're awful
sorry he's not going to be with us next
J. C. HATHORN, B. S. University, Miss.
"AI flown llf'I'US'S fllc iynoruuf hills hc flush-
Crl his cmnzsrl II'fSC.u
Varsity Baseball '20, Odom Prize '20g
Student Assistant in History '21, "Happy"
caught for Ole Miss on the S. I. A. A.
championship team. Dependable, and a
hard worker, success is within his grasp.
LOIS E. HATHORN, B. S.
"S1111111ll1 l'lIllS H10 ll'Ilff'I' 11'l11'1'1' thc Ilfllllln'
Teac-liers Clubg Varsity Basket Ball '19:
Exceeding wise, fair-spoken, and persu-
asive, one who accomplishes that which
M. B. HOWORTH, B. S.
West Point, Miss.
"0 jlllll 1-I1111'11x of i111l11I111l 1'11'i1'11'1'rs.
I,11111.'. I Vflllll' fo H11' !1'xf!"
Hermaeang Alpha Phi Epsilon: Ole
Miss Engineersg "Ole Miss" Staff: Assist-
ant in Physicsg Technician in Biologyg
Howorth was at his best in the class-
room. XVho ever knew him to be unpre-
pared on a lesson? He is a true disciple
MYRA HUME, B. S. Oxford, Miss.
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l','.1'111'1'1Ii1111 11'ix11, f11i1' .v1111l.'1'11, 111111 lH'I'SIlIlIlfll!l.u
Blues: Secretary-Treasurer Senior Classg
Greek Clubg Ole Miss Staff.
VVisdom lurked within her stately bl'OW
and some-times came forth to survey the
region round about. 'Twas then we heard
things strangely wise.
HUBERT S. LIPSCOMB, B. S.
".l111l 1111! in llff!'l' 1111I.'1'1l1111sS.
lfllf in f1'11ili11g 1'l11111I.v of glory 1111 1 1'f11111'."
Kappa Sigmag Millsaps '17-'183 Y. M. C.
A. Council '18-'193 Y. M. C. A. Cabinet
'20-'21g Phi Sigmag Intercollegiate De-
bater '20: President Phi Sigma '20g A.
A. A. H.: Scribblers of Sigma Upsilong
Editor-in-chief "Mississippian '20-'213
Ceryciansg Debating Councilg President
Senior Class '21g Alpha Phi Epsilon.
When 'tLip" first came among us we all
took a look at his profile and decided that
he was a man of super-mental abilities.
Our decision has been more than verified.
J. D. LANGSTON, B. S. Tupelo, Miss.
"U'iSflum is Off f'fHlC'l'll'l'lI in moan 11ffirc'."
Mississippi College '16-'17, A. E. F.
Club, American Legion, Y. M. C. A.,
As large in mind as in body. A fine
chap, always happy, ever ready to please
others, one who holds fast his place in the
hearts of his friends.
DRANE LESTER, B. A. Batesville, Miss.
"HC lI'1lHn'!'lI frifh lffllllflly jlI'IlC'C
IYIVIIII cus!! rjj'm'I fo SllCf't'S8."
President Junior Class, Scribblers,
President Scribblers '21, Y. M. C. A.
Cabinet and Council, Vice President
Y. M. C. A. '21, Delegate to Blue Ridge
'19, President "M" Club '20, '21, A. A.
A. H., Secretary-Treasurer A. A. A. H.,
University Club, Varsity Basketball '20,
Varsity Baseball, '18-'19-'20-'21, Captain
Baseball Team '21, Greek Club, President
Greek Club '19, President Latin Club '21,
Annual Staff '19, '20, Editor-in-chief "Ole
Miss" '21, "Mississippian" Staff '19-'20-'21
Editor-in-Chief "Mississippian" '20, "Mis-
sissippian" Board of Control '21, Her-
maean, Alpha Phi Epsilon, Vice-President
Hermaean '19, First Speaker Hermaean
Anniversary '19, Inter-collegiate Debater
'20-'21, University Representative M. I.
O. A. '18-'19-'20, VVinner M. I. O. A. '20,
Vice-President Student Body '21, Gordon
Hall Board of Control '21, Taylor Medal in
Latin, American Legion, "Yellow Dogs,"
One of University's Candidates for Rhodes
Drane has an excellent reputation in the
classroom. in athletics, and in student ac-
tivities. You never found him in the rear
ranks of any meritorious cause.
VVALLACE HOVVD MCLARTY, B. S.
Water Valley, Miss.
"Sw hon, fhr- lrorld its rc"ff'ra111s rt'frurfI."
Varsity Football '19, Medical Club,
Historian Senior Medical Class, Red and
Blue: Orchestra '18-'19-'20, Cheer Leader
Not a "Beau Bru1nmel", yet a "ladies
man." "War Hoss" was quite an orator
XY. .X. KRAMER, B. S. Brookhaven, Miss.
"HP holds fart 1119 golden mfan
l-Ind lifves rontelzffd, t!1f'rf'i1z."
One man who does. not have to stay here
four years to be remembered.
THOMPSON McCLELLAN, B. S.
West Point, Miss.
"Une :rim m'i'l'r lurns his lmclc. but
nlrzrcllcx lirulsf fur11'urf1."
President Hermaean '203 Business Mana.-
ger "Mississippiang" Red and Blue Clubg
National Committeeman Ole Miss Chap-
ter Alpha. Phi Epsilong Y. M. C. A. Coun-
cil and Cabinet: Secretary Y. M. C. A.
Cabinet 1919-'203 Secretary Hermaean '19g
Gordon Hall Board of Control '19-'20g
"Mississippian" Board of Control '20g
Secretary A. S. B. '19-'20g Elected Inter-
collegiate Debater '203 "Ole Miss" Mana-
gerial Staff '20g Junior Prom Dance Com-
mittee '20g Yellow Dogsg American Le-
giong Circulation and Asst. Business Mgr.
"Mississippian" '20g Black Stone Club:
Critic Hermaean '20.
"Sally" had a voracious appetite for
student activities, and it is said he never
suffered indigestion from over-indulgence.
LAVINIA MCLAURIN, B. A.
".-lnrl 1111 fl' spirit still anfl bright
ll'ilh .Qfllllffllfllg of fm angel light."
Taylor Medal in Latin '18g Latin Club:
Greek Clubg Spanish Club.
One whose poise and self-possession
mark her as an outstanding character.
She has the happy faculty of always say-
ing something when she speaks.
JOHN RILEY MCDANIEL, Jr.. M. D.
"Whiz should I zrnrry when llwrc is no
Medical Club: American Legiong Sec'y-
Treasure Senior Medical Class.
"Peanuts" from the outside seemed to
be a don't care sort of fellow: but there
was more to him than you suspected.
FRANCIS PRATT MCGAHEY. B. S.
"Jimi :rail until his ship cfmlrs sailing inf."
Y. M. C. A. Council '18g Cabinet '19-'20-
'21: Mississippian Staff '19g Phi Sigma:
Intercollegiate Debator '19g Glee Clubg
President Glee Club '21g Senior Prom Com-
mittee '213 Ole Miss Quartetg Medical
Clubg Masonic Club.
'Mac" was at home anywhere you put
him. A good student and a loyal friend
he was liked by all who knew him.
MARY IRMA NICHOLSON, B. S.
"Shiv dzrclt nmrnzg lllIfI'UfllIl'll zruys,
Among H10 .springs of Dove" '
A good student and bound to lead in
cultured ranks among whatever people
she may deign to live. We hope she may
make for herself a record in life equally
as good as the one she has made here.
RAYMOND BRYANT ZELLER, B. S.
Yazoo City, Miss.
Why shoulrl QIIUII H'0I'I'll lrllmn you shall
Vanderbilt '18g "Mississippian" Stattg
American Legiong Greek Clubg Hermaeang
Alpha Phi Epsilon.
Since the day he got "spiculed" in bi-
ology laboratory we've had a sort of no-
tion that Zellar is more or less eccentric.
Whether or not you believe it he was a
HORACE DEVER PICKENS, B. A.
"Pm.w'lfCr1l11r'r' is flu" lrry In x11u'1'.w.v,"
President Yvest Side Tennis Clubg Secre-
tary Phi Sigma '20g Chaplain Phi Sigma
'20g Debating Councilg Y. M. C. A. Coun-
cil, A. E. F. Clubg Greek Clubg Latin Clubg
He was from Pontotoc but did his best
to overcome that handicap. Pickens was
a tennis enthusiast, but could do other
W. E. POTTS, B. S. Madison, Miss.
"BH fhril' 1rurl.'9 H011 .vhrlll IUIUII' fllflllf'
Y. M. C. A. Councilg Hermaeang Student
Assistant in Business and Commerceg
Here was a man worthy of confidence.
He made few public speeches but you
should hear him parlez-vous with the
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GRANVILLE VV. MATTOX, B. S.
Lfllllllfl fllw 1-nnl .vr'qllr'.vf1'f'4vI rrllf' of Iifr'
llm' l.w'p.w flu' 1mi.w'lf'.v.w frvmr of his frail."
Hermaeang American Legiong Spanish
Club: A and M College '17.
Jake was a philosopher of the first mag-
nitude-if you could but fathom his mean-
ings. Stay with it, Jake, stay with it.
JAMES ROBERT HUSTON, B. S.
"7'I'lll' us ll nfwllf' fn Ihr- polv,
Or us Il :IMI fo fllr' Sun."
A. E, F. Club.
"My B. S. Will it see me safe through
my journey or leave me bogged in the
SADIE HOPKINS, B. S.
'kind ll'fNfIUIII'S .wif
Off .w'wl.'.v fn .wwrf rr'1irf':1 Sfillflllltf,
Y. VV. C. A. Cabinet '17-'18-'20-'21g
Mississippian Staff: President of French
Club 1920-'21g Dramatic Clubg Spanish
Club: Latin Club.
To know her was to recognize her worth.
"Sis" still believes that youth is everlast-
VESTA MATTOX, B. S. Meridian, Miss.
"IionI.'.s.' 'fix dull 111111 1'nfllw.w.Q strife
Conn' In-ur tim lmofllflnrl Iinnvf. Hou' .street
Un mu Iifw film-1-',v nmrr' u'i,wIom in if."
Secretary Spanish Club: French Clubg
Alpha Theta Literary Society.
During her two years with us she has
made many friends and learned the secret
of making high grades with little effort.
She conceals lzer thoughts as well as any-
body and can express them better than
many. She is a good talker as well as a
EVA PHELPS, B. S. McComb, Miss.
"Oh, blessed lzcith temper :chose unclourlcd
Can make fomorrozr as cheerful as today."
Taylor Medal in Historyg C. P. Tennis
Club: M. S. M.
Vivacious, full of life and pep and never
too tired to lead any undertaking that is
worth while. She is usually happy and
sees the bright side of everything. We
admire her for her frankness of opinion.
HORACE HOUGLAND, B. S.
New Orleans, La.
"Can, build Casfles in. the air."
Delta Tau Delta: Red and Blue: A. A.
A. H.g Y. M. C. A. Council '19-'20g "Ole
Miss" Dance Committee '20g French Clubg
Likability plus ability was Horace
through and through.
JONNIE ETHELYN SLOUGH, B. S.
"find gifue me muric, music, food for those
llzat trade in love."
Varsity Basketball '18, '19, '20, '21g Secre-
tary Treasurer Sophomore Class: Vice-Pres-
ident French Club: French Club '20, 'ZIQ
Historian Senior Class.
One to whom Nature has been lavish in
her endowments. A girl universally ad-
mired, who has the faculty of making friends
wherever sh egoes. Her artistic tempera-
ment dominates her actions and her per-
sonality stauds out distinctly.
THOMAS JEFFERSON TUBB, B. S.
"IW 1'UfllC'I' be Hu' first man among 1110.96
fcllulrs than Sccoml in IfUIIlC.H
President A. S. B.g President Hermaean
'20g President Alpha Phi Epsilon '21g
President Sophomore Class: Sec'y Gordon
Hall Boarding Clubg Secretary American
Legion: Y. M. C. A. Cabinet 19205 Treas-
urer Y. M. C. A. '20-'21g Gordon Hall
Board of Control '19-'20g A. A. A. H.3
Executive Committee of track fundg Edi-
torial staff Ole Miss '20-'21g Masonic Clubg
Mississippian Board of Control '20-'21g
Executive Committee of American Legion
'203 Scrub Football '17g Yellow Dogsg
First Speaker Hermaean Anniversary '20g
Intercollegiate Debater '21.
"Every Tubb must stand on its own
He has done this ever since he was a
ROBERT W. SCOTT, B.
't.Yu nur' l.'noH'.w lfllllf hr t'Illl :Io fill hr' trims,"
Chemistry Club '15-'16-'17g Greek Club
'20-'21g Teachers Club '20-'21g American
Legion: A. E. F. Club.
He came, he saw, he conquered.
.IANICE WILLARD MAULDIN, B. A.
"l"uilhful Illmuglz 1'11vlIw.ws cmzfllsion-
1.011111 unrl lmursi, SfHl'!'I'l'."
Historian Junior Class, Y. W. C. A.
Cabinet '20-'21, Spanish Club: Greek
Clubg "Ole Miss" Board of Control '21-'21g
"Ole Miss" Staff '20-'21, Honor Council
'20: J. U. G.
Diligent, conscientious, upright, she
lets no opportunity pass unheeded. Her
individuality shines out as do her ac-
complishments and in one accomplishment
PAUL ROGERS, B. S.
"Tout bien ou rim."
Phi Sigmag Y. M. C. A. Council '19-'20,
Mississippian Board of Control '19g Or-
chestra '18g Band '193 French Clubg
President of French Club '20g President
of Spanish Club '20-'21g Ceryciansg Mis-
sissippian Staffg Assistant Editor-in-chief
"Ole-Miss"g Alpha Phi Epsilon.
Though slightly aesthetic in temperment
and revelling in oriental dreams he is a
lover of the best the world has to offer
and a seeker after truth and wisdom.
MISS LYNDA RAMEY, B. S.
HHIIIIIIJI nrt thou, as if I"l'!'I'1l 111111 thou
llrnlsi lnirlfcrl up rr horse Silva,"
Being a citizen ot Oxford we are indeed
surprised at her wisdom. She was a re-
markable student and a loyal supporter of
JAMES MELVIN ROWSEY, B. S.
"He did not beat back the Current,
Yet he was not flrownefl in its it-a.ters."
American Legion: Greek Clubg Varsity
Track Team '19-'20: "M" Clubg Captain
Track Team '20g Phi Sigma, Y. M. C. A.
Rowsey worked well for Ole Miss, we're
hoping he'll do as well, nay, better, in the
great school of experience.
EARL WATKINS RUSSELL, B. S.
"And master of himself though. China full."
Mississippi College '18-'193 Class Bas-
ketball and Baseball '18g Trotter Medal
'19g Pharmaceutical Associationg Simpson
Another Mississippi College man who's
outgrown his training. He is indeed one
of the best-liked men on the campus.
EDVVARD LEE RUSSELL, B. S.
Milsaps Collegeg Pi Kappa Alphag Sec.-Treas
A. E. F. Clubg Vice-President Phi Sigmag An-
niversary Speaker, Reporter, Chaplain Phi Sig-
mag Alpha Phi Epsilong American Legiong "Ole
Miss" Staffg Medical Clubg Y. M. C. A. Coun-
cilg "Mississippian" Board of Control.
A grasping mind and courage to do or say
what he thinks regardless of the multitude. He
looked for the right and not for popularity.
ARNOLD HENRY SCOTT, B. S.
"We will noir rliSCr1.s.s' the 1-.rpcrimcnt in.
a little more detail."
Taylor Medal in Physics '20g Y. M. C.
A. Council '19-'20g Y. M. C. A. Cabinet
'21g Student Assistant in Physics 'l9-'20-
'21g Delegate to Student Volunteer Con-
vention, Des Moines '20g French Club:
Hermaean: Alpha Phi Epsilong Orchestrag
Treasurer American Legion '20.
One who was a shark in the sciences.
He did not follow the crowd when he
thought that it was in the wrong.
XVe're not the hest of classes
And to greatness stake no elaimsg
NVQ- belong among the masses.
We're just plain folks, with aims.
Like the rest.
Sometimes we 've slid through l'gravies",
Sometimes studied as we should,
'l'ho' when we worked we had to,
And we played whene're we could,
Like the rest.
We've had the usual mixtures
Of which each class gets its share,
Athletes, poets, lovers, Hfixturesn,
And here and there an HI-Don't-Carel'
Like the rest.
And in numbers we're not many,
In rank like those y0u've seen,
As Sophs we were wise as any,
And when Freshmen-green,
Like the rest.
Though the class has scored no vict'1-y,
Yet., each must make his choice,
And may he gain his goal the--sky mark,
And we'1l say as in one voice,
"That he 's not like the Rest."
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CALVIN C. BARBOUR, Jr., B. S.
President Junior Class '211 Chairman
Junior Prom Dance Committee '21g B. B.
B. Clubg Scrub Football '18, Varsity Foot-
ball '19-'203 Varsity Baseball '19-'20,
ALBERT YATES BROWN, B. S.
Hermaean Literary Society '20-'21, Al-
pha Phi Epsilon '21, Y. M. C. A. Coun-
cil '2 13 Cerycians.
KATIE LEE BARRY, B. S.
Y. VV. C. A. Cabinet '18-'19: M. S. C.
YV. '19-'20, Y. C. Club: Music Club.
H. L. HARRIS, B. S.
Millsaps: Spanish Club, French Club,
A. E. F. Club.
ELIZABETH BRANHAM, B. A.
Vanderbilt '16-'17, '17-'18, K. A. O.,
Blues, Scribblers '17-'18.
XYI C ' N '
LLIAM A. LORD, B. 5.
Y. M. C. A. Councilg Hermaeaug Scribblers
of Sigma Upsilong Ass't Art Editor Ole. Miss
'19, 'ZOQ Art Editor Ole Miss '21g News Edia
tor Mississippian 'ZIZ R. R. B.: Ole Miss
Quartet: Asst librarian '19, '2Ug A. A. A.
vm . m
S. J. CLENDINNING, B. S. McComb, Miss.
Y. M. C. A. Council 'l9g Y. M. C. A. Cab-
inet '21: Secretary Gordon Hall Board of
Control '20g Blackstone Club: Second
Speaker Hermaean Anniversary '19,
Freshman Medal of Hermaean Chapter '19g
Inter-Collegiate Debater '21, Inter-Society
Debater '21g Historian Sophomore Class
'19g "Mississippian" Staff '20, Alpha Phi
Epsilon, Treasurer Hermaean '20g Amer-
NORRIS C. HODGE, B. S. Oxford, Miss.
Y. M. C. A. Council '18g Phi Sigma:
Treasurer Phi Sigma '21.
JOHN MONEY BREWER, B. S.
Black Hawk, Miss.
Hermaean Literary Society '19-'21:
Honor Council Junior Law Class: Black-
stone Club '21g Y. M. C. A. Council '21,
Secretary Hermaean '20g Alpha Phi Ep-
silon '19-'21g Intercollegiate Debating
MARY RITCHEY HUME, B. S.
Vice-President Freshman Class, Taylor
Medal in Math. '20, Historian Junior
Class: Blues '19-'20,
LUCY ELLIOTT, B. S. VVayside, Miss.
Miss. Synodical College '20, Jno. E.
Anderson Bible Medal '19g Sec. of Y. VV.
C. A. '19 at M. S. C.
MARGARET MOODY, B. A.
Grenada College '18-'19, '19-'20: P. O.
J.g T. G. C., H. C.g Blues.
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BIRDIE KITCHELL, B. A.
Y. M. C. A. Cabinet '19-'2Og Treasurer
Y. W. C. A. '20-'21g Greek Clubg C. P. C.
BEN F. MIDDLETON, B. S.
Secretary and Treasurer Junior Class.
AMEL. MERTON UNGER, B. S.
Mfest Point, Miss.
XVILLIAM HARALSON, B. S.
Intercollegiate Debater '21g Mississip-
pian Staifg Ole Miss Board of Controlg Ole
Miss Staffg President of Blackstone Clubg
Scrub Football '20g Class Football '20g
. Herniaeang A. E. F. Clubg A. A. A. H.:
American Legiong Alpha Phi Epsilon.
J. T. MEEK, B. S. Koscusko, Miss.
EDGAR WIGGINS VVAUGH, B. A.
Hermaean Literary Society '19-'20-'21g
Third Speaker Hermaean Anniversary '21g
Alpha Phi Epsilon '21g Greek Club '20-'21g
Latin Club '21g "Mississippian" Staff '20-
'21g Y. M. C. A. Council '20.
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OUIDA PRICE, B. S. Kosciusko, Miss.
Y. W. C. A. Cabinet '18-'19g '19-'20:
President Y. VV. C. A. '20-'21: Mississip-
pian Staffq Annual Stalfg French Club:
Blue Ridge Delegate.
ELIZABETH SMITH, B. S.
New Albany, Miss.
Honor Council '20g C. P. C.
LOIS RICHMOND, B. S.
Mississippi Synodieal College '18-'19'
'20-'21g Latin Clubg Spanish Club.
ELLA SISLER, B. A. VVaterValley. Miss.
Ole Misses: Historian Freshman Classg
Varsity Basket Ball '19-'20g Manager Bas-
ket Ball '19-'20,
ROY SCOTT, B. S. Lake Corinovant, Miss.
M. S. C. W. '18-'19g '19-'20.
R. T. WALKER, B. S.
Vice-President Pre-Medical class: Glee
Clubg Secretary Phi Sigma '19.
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v- A f-yceulrr-i-,.
GLADYS SHORT, B. A. Oxford, Miss.
Piano-Ort-hestra '19: Spanish Club: Sec-
retary Treasurer Latin Club.
CLINTON HOXVARD XYILLIAMS, B. S.,
LL. B. Coldwater, Miss.
Y. M. C. A. Count-il: Herinaean: Black-
stone Club: Parliamentarian of Herinaean:
Alpha Phi Epsilon.
LOUIS IRYING DAILEY, B. S.
Hermaean: Alpha Phi Epsilon: B. B.
B. Club: Y. M. C. A. Council.
EVERN JONES, B. S. Lucedale, Miss.
Commander of the Ole Miss Post, Amer-
ican Legion '19-'20: A. E. F. Club: Alpha
Phi Epsilon: Hermaean Literary Society:
Board of Control of The Mississippian.
MARY HELEN WASSON, B. S.
Y. XY. C. A. Cabinet '20: Manager Co-
Ed Basketball: Marionettes.
JOSEPH DU BOIS LIPSCOMB, B. S.
Alpha Phi Epsilon: Y. M. C. A. Council:
President, Vice-President Hermaean: His-
torian Cerycian Club: Treasurer American
Legion: "Mississippian" Staff.
EUGENE HENDRIX GARNER, B. S.
Hermaeang Y. M. C. A. Council: Class
Football: Cerycian Club.
PAVLINE WILLIAMSON. B. S.
Vice-President Y. VV. C. A. '20-'21.
MARJORIE SCOTT, B. S.
Greek Club: Alpha Theta: C. P. C.: Y.
W. C. A. Cabinet '20.
ROBERT XV. THOMPSON, B. S.
President Freshman Class '18-'19: Y. M.
C. A. Council: B. B. Club: Scrub Basket-
ball: Hermaean: A. S. B. O. '19: Debating
Council '20: Varsity Football '20: Missis-
sippian Board of Control '21g Gordon Hall
Board of Control '21: Y. M. C. A. Cabinet:
Circulation Manager Mississippian: Alpha
Phi Epsilon: Spanish Club: Herinaean Au-
RUTH ELIZABETH SISLER, B. A.
Ole Misses: Honor Council '20g Greek
Club: Latin Club.
W. B. POTTS, B. S. Columbus, Miss.
OYD CURRIE, B. S. Magee, Miss
Millsaps, Simpson County Club.
unior Class History
F-irst of October C'twas in Wartimeb
R-olled around year nineteen eighteen,
E-ntered thru the Ole Miss portals
S-A. T. C 's clad in khaki,
H-ow their conduct matched the verdure,
M-anly boys a11d modest maidens
A-nswered to the first year's roll call,
N-ation 's hope and state 's dependence.
"S-pare the hair-brush, spoil the Freshman"
U-nly thought now in their craniums,
P-laced there by the present Juniors,
H-igh and haughty, mighty Juniors!
O-verall-clad, proud and wrathful
M-ove they now about the campus
O-n the trail of some poor culprit,
R-eaping for imprudent actions,
E-ndless, heartless, woetul, vengeance.
J-udge us not by former folly,
N-ow at last we see past foibles
I-n the light that others saw them,
O-nly now we have begun to
R-ealize life 's more serious phases.
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Henry Thomas Aardweg
Durward VV. Aiken
George Edward Alexander
Mose J. Allison
John D. Allison
H. R. Anderson
George L. Arrington
James J. Aycock
S. L. Bailey
W. L. Bankston
Ashton C. Barrett
James Wesley Barkley
R. N. Beck
James W. Bell, Jr.
Charles Robert Berry
T. T. Burchitt
Kirby Knapp Bryant
Frank J. Buchanan
T. B. Butler
Earnest Eugene Cammack
Murray S. Causey
Ruth Smith Clark
Wade H. Cree'kmaore
F. B. Davidson
Charles L. Denton
Clyde Beaman Edwards
Gabriel H. Engerrand
S. R. Eskridge
Jane Campbell Foote
Dolph G. Galloway
John F. Gibson
David C. Gray
James W. Guthrie
Robert Leonard Hardee
H. B. Herring
Eva May Hoggatt
W. R. Holmes
J. Scott Huston
John F. Howell
Forest B. Jackson
Charles Paul Jones
Earl D. Jones
Thomas Bartlett Jones
VVilliam Barton Jones
Tom B. Kimbrough
James C. Lampkin
J. C. Leveck
Arthur B. Lewis
H. B. Lingle
Jacob YV. Lindsey
L. L. Lockard
Mae A. Martin
Ike S. Mackswell
Theo E. Mitchell
William G. Mize
J. L. Montgomery
W. Pratt Moseley
Lillie May McElroy
H. R. McGowan
Thomas I. McKee
Charles R. Nelson
Ben L. Newell
E. D. Oakley
Isaac W. Park
John L. Paine
Lydia Elizabeth Philips
Myrtle Lucille Price
C. C. Ratcliff
L. D. Ratcliif
D. '1'. Ritchie
W. VV. Rivers
Gladys Ray Roberson
G. W. Robertson
H. D. Robinson
George W. Rogers
Austin R. Sarton
Robert I. Schwartz
Arthur Earl Scruggs
P. Q. Simmons
Forrest J. Smith
Katherine B. Smith
Monroe D. Smith
Oron D. Spratling
Henry Grady Stamper
A. L. Standford
VV. M. 'Taylor
Lindsey O. Todd
G. C. Triplett
F. H. Tyner
James P. Walker
Mary Hellen Wasson
Walter L. W'ilhelm
James Madison Williams
John Holly Williams
Malcolm Dewey Williams
J. A. NVilson
Walter F. Woolard
Howard H. Yawn
Wirt A. Yerger
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J. H. HPIXVICS ...... ......... I 'ic'e-Pwsidnzt
RIELYINA HUNT .... .. . Se 1'r' Ffllf'-1' and Treasurer
I. RI. BRANDON . .. . . ........ Historian
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Mary Cathcda Aardweg
Max ll. Alexander
lien Gray Barriiier
T. J. Barkley
William Marion Barrow
licnjamin l". Ileekllaln
William A. Bell
Clayton Morris Boone
Irving: M. lioone
.laines llaniel Bowles
llolu-rt Iluncan Bowles
J. A. Hostick
James M. Brandon
John William Bridger
William Wallace lirigzizance
Ham I.. llrister
Ruby lloyle llrummitt
Franklin .I, llryan
Charles IG. Huckhauan
Rex Lamar Burrows
lidwin Ross Butler
Frank H. tlaldwell
David J. Calahan
Walter Dale Cannon
Paley C. Cargile
Mary Florence Carnathan
Van A. Cavett
George B. Cllaney
Eugene Singleton Clark
David VVomaek Colbert
Itluzene Corbett Conn
Alford ll. Cook
W. II. Conner
John J. Corliss
John Alhert Crawford
Benjamin Claud Cromer
Robert Jones Crimes
John Galloway Curtis
Curtis Gray Davis
Harry L. Davis
F. V. Davis
Norma E. Dickey
Myra L. Dunlap
Anne Lorette liads
.l. L. lflskridire
U. ll. liulizinks
Robert M. Farr
J. ll. lfecmster
James ll. Ferguson
Mrs. Allye J. l-'isackerly
S. G. l-'lowers
Ilennis Il. Furr
P. Il. Fnrr
William liuford Furr
Uttis Ib. Gardner
Stanford t'harles Gladden
Francis IG. Hall
Lewis Franklin Hall
Percy Talmadze I'I1llIlb!'iCk
James C. Hardy
XV. S. llarkins
S. ll. llarris
W. G. Harrison
Joe Willie Herring
M. F. Hunt
0, Shaw Johnson
P. Z. Jones
Robert David Jones
Schley H. Jones
Paul M. Kamo
Fl. L. Kennedy
W. Ross Kennedy
Annie May Kinkannon
.T. M. Lamnton
Ralph L. Landrum
Victor L. Lee
C. W. Linton
Maddie Louise Lipscomb
Thomas O. Mabry
Arthur A. Madden
John R. Markette
Mabel Lynn Marliette
Ellen Elizabeth Martin
T. L. Mitchell
Gid C. Montjoy
John S. Murdock
John 14. Mclillroy
lfldmond D. Mc-Fadden
lmncau Il. Mclnnis
Robert T. Mi-Laurin
James Ii. Mcltai
J. S. Nanl
John Edward Nic-key
II. I.. Utt,
Annie Grace Parks
J. ld. Patton
William E. Piller
M. A. Pickford
A. Laurence Porter
lidwin Clyde Rainer
A. P. Rainey
Homer Quitman Ritchie
J. A. Rowan
J. Redford Russell
T. G. Seale
John XVilliam Shackleford
Viola Gladys Shaw
Lytle Boone Shelton
Mary Lee Slocum
Holmes L. Smith
Myrle Richard Smith
Franklin Chilton Spaulding
J. Dudley Stennis
J. A. Stovall
Malone C. Stroud
George M. Suzi:
Sherman W. Swalm
E. M. Tartt
H. E. Terry
Frank G. Thomas
William Robert Trimm
H. S. Tucker
Dell Martin Vardaman
W. C. Waldron
Minnie Lou VValker
Wendell H. Wall
Honor Louise Webster
James M. White
Garland H. Williams
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SIEGFRIED B. BEIKER, M. D.
"I lofve Iranqzlil .foliiude
find .fufh .fofivly
.45 is quiel, fwise and good."
Secretary Masonic Club: Vice-President
Senior Medical Class: American Legion.
"Beik" is just simply one of these "Genius
will out" cases.
C. E. CATCHINGS, M. D. Vlfoodville, Miss.
'24 sudden thought strikes me,-let us .vfwear
an eternal friendship."
Medical Clubg Masonic Clubg B. S. A.
81 M. College.
Let's all gather around and sing "For he's
a jolly good fellow". Yes, that's "Charlie"
NOLAN STEWART DICKSON, M. D.
"Born for .tureexs he seemed,
With grace to win, fwith heart to hold"
Masonic Clubg Medical Clubg B. S. A. and
M. College: American Legion.
"Dick" outgrew A. and M., aspired to
higher things, and decided to get an Edu-
M. W. HOLEHAN, M. D.
"Solid men 'make no long orationsf'
B. S. Mississippi College '19g Sec-Treas.
Medical Club '21g Y. M. C. A. Council '21.
He needs no trumpet to advertise his
merits, they speak for themselves.
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'lf l'. Klcli.XlllfY, Bl. ll, lfnibry, Miss.
"Thr hills of mzuzlmml fcwzzr II noble fmt"
I'lii Sigma: Intercollegiate Dcliatcr '19g
"Klississippian" Stat? 'IUC Y. Xl. C. .-X. Calmi-
ng-t '20, '2l: Nlasonic Club: Medical Club:
Ole Bliss Quartcttci
XYho ever saw the inan that flidn't like
"Klac?" XYell, lic was always "doing things"
that was the reason.
Senior Prom Dance
WALLACE HOWD McLARTY, M. D.
Water Valley, Miss.
u.lIIlf'll nmrr' u noble mul right generous
To frirfunllx nmnrls ilN'liIl!'ll,"
Varsity Football '193 Red and Blue
Clubg Orchestra '18-'19-'20g Cheer Leader
'20-'21g Historian Senior Medical Class:
Did you ever hear "War Hoss" lead a
yell? If he becomes as efficient a doctor
as he has been Cheer Leader, he'll be a
GRANVILLE S. RAMSEY, M. D.
"Write mr as one :rho Inrvs his fI'UOIl'-III1'lI."
Medical Club: Red and Blue: Crow's
Nest Club: Executive Committee A. S. B.g
Scrub Baseball '203 Masonic Club.
In love, out of love and back again is
what you will find "George" Ramsey.
W. L. REID, M. D. Toccopola, Miss.
"Of .wlirfizrv mul Iogir- lm clmtters as fine
uml as fuxf us hr' run."
Vice-President Medical Club.
One of the steadiest men we knew.
"Doc" had a habit of mastering things.
LEIGHTON W. RAY, M. D.
"Ola lrilll f6'HI1lC'l' zrlmsc znzrluzulwl l'tI!l
Fun llllllff' fnmurmll' c-l1r'4'rfllI as f0l1t1,ll.H
Mississippi College '13-'14g U. S. Navy
'17-'19g B. S. University of Mississippi '20:
American Legion: President Medical Club
Jolly. Likable, good-for-nothing "Peter"
Ray will carve on you and me and turkey
with equal ease!
JAMES SHELBY SHIPMAN, M. D.
"Clie fools their .wilks unrl 1.'nul'w.w their u'im'.
.ei nmn's ll num for ll' fhr1f."'
B. A. Millsaps College 19183 President
Y. M. C. A. '21g Chairman Mission Com-
mittee '20g President Senior Medical Class
'21g Scribblers '20-'21g Phi Sigma '20:
"Mississippian" Staff '21g Medical Club '20-
'21g Phi Kappa Alpha.
A man known, loved, and liked by all.
Success to him is a matter of course.
M. C. XYIGGIXTOX, M. ll.
Rara Avis, Miss.
"Great Ilzouglzts, great feelings fame In him,
Like irzxtilzrls, zznafiuarfsf'
Medical Club: American Legion: Masonic
Clubl Student Assistant in Anatomy '2l.
A brilliant student who will not have to
be given a place in the world-he'll make
one for himself.
L. C. HENDERSON, M. D.
Potts Camp, Miss.
"Sens roll in :ruff mr, ,wins In light me rise:
My fllllfgffllll earth, Ill!! Villlfljlll the ,Qlfir-S."
Football 'l7g Basketball, '18-'19-'20-'213
Captain Basketball Team, '21g Baseball,
'19-'20-'21g Phi Sigmag Medical Club:
A combination of Doctor and basketball
star is to be respected-that's Louis.
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J. R, MQDANI Ill., Nl. ll. Pontotoc, Bliss.
"If I 1'11n't 1111116 Il 111151101 uf .rillzfzfr
I'll do f1.citl1 Il barrel of gold."
.Kim-rfcan Legion: Medical Club.
Xlfliere "Peanuts" was, passimism Could
not remain. He was inherently an optimist.
J. T. WALLACE, Jr., M. D.
"Azul he '1l'h'iSf1PlI at his 11'o1'lc."
B. S. Mississippi College '17, Principal
Charleston High School '18, Principal
Hamilton High School '19g Medical Club
'20-'21g Orchestra '20-'21.
Wallace whistles and works in equal
quantities, and he does both constantly.
He is about fifty per cent energy and about
iifty per cent ability.
JAMES HOLLINE LIPSEY, M. D.
"He lives to build, not to boast."
Mississippi College '15-'16-'173 Varsity
Baseball M. C.g Philomatheang Medical
Club, B. S. Miss. College '21,
A man who outlived his early training
and became a real Ole Miss man.
B. WILBUR McNEASE, M, D.
"His pcizsiw- elarfck and pomlering Izrozu,
Told inorf' 1111111 he 11'11.Q front 11z'n11',',
Delta Tau Delta: Red and Blue Clubg
"M" Club: Varsity Baseball '20-'21g Presi-
dent Junior Medical Class '20g Crow's
Nest Club: Medical Clubg Y. M. C. A. Coun-
cil '18-'19-'20g "M" Club Dance Commit-
tee '21g Junior Prom Dance Committee '20-
'21g Gordon Hall Board of Control '19-'20g
"Ole Miss" Board of Control. He was a
fine lad, was "Mac" He could twirl a
ball and also a girl if the music was good.
And because of these talents we've always
wondered why he studied medicine.
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L. if I+'EEMS'I'EH
P. E. HOLLAI JAY
MISS ANNE'I"l'H MEHAXE . . . .Hffw fflI'.lj-TI'IIINIIIYI'
J. E. BROWN ..
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JOHN B. CROSS, M. D.
B. S. Mississippi College '193 Medical
Club '21, Y. M. C. A. '21, Jara-Jara Club
I.. C. FEl2NlS'l'l-QR, M. ll. Tupelo, Miss.
Klcflical Club '21, President junior Klcdi-
cal Class '2lZ Y. ll. C. .X. Council '20, '2lg
,lara-Jura Club '2l.
CHARLES M. OBERSCHMIDT, M. D.
Austin College, Sherman, Tex., '19-'20,
Medical Club '213 "Ole Miss" Jazz Orches-
tra '21g Jara-Jara Club '21.
B. O. MCDANIEL, M. D.
Varsity Football '19-'20-'21: Varsity
Basketball '19-'20, Medical Club '213 Jara-
Jara Club '21.
CHARLES V. TONVNSEND, M. D.
Medical Club '21g Y. M. C. A. '21, Jara-
Jara Club '21.
GEORGE C. FARRISH, M. D.
Medical Club '21g A. E. F. Club '20-'21g
Sec.-Treas. American Legion '203 Vice-
President American Legion '21g Hermaean
Literary Society '20, Y. M. C. A. '20-'21g
Jara-Jara Club '21,
J. E. BROWN, Jr., M. D.
Blue Mountain, Miss.
Historian Junior Medical Class '21,
Medical Club '21, Y. M. C. A. '20-'211
Jara-Jara Club '21,
R. MILTON SMITH, M. D.
Medical Club '21, Censor Hermaean
Literary Society '19-'20, Alpha Phi Ep-
silon '21, Spanish Club '20, Y. M. C. A.
'19-'20-'21, Jara-Jara Club '21.
DANIEL ROY MCINTYRE, M. D.
Medical Club '21, Censor Phi Sigma '19,
Spanish Club '20, Y. M. C. A. '20, Jara-
Jara Club '21,
J. P. CULPEPPER, Jr., M. D.
B. A. Clark Memorial College '16, Y.
M. C. A. Council '21, Medical Club '21,
Hermaean Literary Society '20, Jara-Jara
JOHN RILEY MCDANIEL. jr., M. D.
"ll'l1y .vrould I Lzcorry fwlzrn tlzfre ix nu Cl1ll5f'?U
Medical Club, American Legion, Sec'y-Trea-
surex' Senior Medical Class.
"Peanuts" from the outside seemed to be a
don"t care sort of fellow, but there was more
to him than you suspected.
ALITA ROWE, M. D.
Varsity Basketball '20-'21, Medical
Club: M. S. C. W. '19,
NV. E. FRASHEUR, M. D. Oxford, Miss.
.Xnicrican Legion: Medical Club.
EDNVQXRD LEE RUSSELL, M. D.
Millsaps College: Pi Kappa Alpha: Sec.
Treas. A. E. F. Club: Vice-Prcsndent Phi
Sigma: Anniversary Speaker, Reporter,
Chaplain Phi Sigma: Alpha Phi Epsilon:
American Legion: "Ole Miss" Staff: Medi-
cal Club: Y. M. C. A. Council: "Mississip-
pian" Board of Control.
ANNETTE MEBANE, M. D.
Hickory Flat, Miss.
Y. W. C. A. Cabinet: Mississippian Staff:
Honor Council: M. S. M. Greek Club: Stud-
ent Assist. in Biology '20: Secretary-Treas.
Junior Medical Class: Treasurer A. S. B. O.
J. S. REYNOLDS, Meridian, Miss.
Phi Sigma: Medical Club.
TURNER ASHBY WOODSON, M. D.
Delta Tau Delta.: Red and Blue: A. A.
A. H.: Medical Club: Junior Prom Dance
Committee '21: Sewanee '16.
GEGRGE A. CAMPBELL, M. D.
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D. G. Galloway
T. C. llelitchell
E. C. Cammock
J. L. Montgomery
NI. S. Causey
S. L. Bailey
VV. C. Waldrop
K. K. Bryant
R. T. VValker
O. D. Spratling
A. Y. Donaldson
VV. R. Kennedy
J. B. Dickerson
O. A. Eubanks
C. RTI. Stroud
W. H. Oliphant
RI. B. Howarth
G. W. lwattox
BI. D. Smith
W. B. Furr
A. L. Stanford
C. VV. Linton
T. I. KICRee
E. C. Ramer
J. C. Crawford
G. L. Arlington
J. VV. Schackleford
VV. L. YVilhelm
J. C. Denton
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GUY AMSLER, LL. B.
"I am lord of nil I survc11."
Masonic Club: Hermaeang Alpha Phi
Epsilon: District Attorney of Practice
Court: Scrub Baseball '20g Varsity Foot-
ball '20g Scrub Basketball '20g M. Club.
As District Attorney he earned the fear
and admiration of the criminals of Unl-
versity County. He thinks he can do a
thing whether he can or not.
CHESTER W. AUSTIN, LL. B.
"I dun' do all that may become ll num.
Who dares 110 more?"
Masonic Club: Blackstone Club: Her-
maeang American Legion.
If his height is indicative of his genius
we shall expect to see him reach the ut-
most pinnacle of fame.
R, X. WILLIAMS, LL. B. Oxford, Miss.
"No solemn sanctimonious face I pull."
Robert X. had a heart as big as the world
itself. When we won a game, his picture
show was our's.
D. VV. BROWN, LL. B.
"True fricfmlships Iurrs arc by this man.
B. S., A. and M. Collegeg Masonic Club:
Blackstone Clubg A. E. F. Club.
Brown with his corn cob pipe and cheer-
ful disposition was a good dispeller of the
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ISAAC FULTON BELL, LL. B.
Hffllllllfllfllfl this 111111 pomp
B11 rmziwnplfzfimz of fIi1'im'r things."
President Phi Sigmag Vice-President
Phi Sigmag Inter-Collegiate Debater '21g
Blackstone Clubg Mississippi Legislature.
Bell's splendid executive ability has
made him respected by all.
BRAXTON L. CURRIE, LL. B.
"Dnnf'i .wvfnz the surf of man. do I. as
might hr' ihc pal of l.'ing.Q?"
Hermaean: Blackstone Clubg Represen-
tative State Legislature from Leake
Not a Switzer yet a yodler. Currie was
a law-maker and a man of worth.
HAVILAH PRICE CURD, LL. B.
Holly Springs, Miss.
"Bw gum' my cuscs, I qiifc' you to
President Red and Blue '20
Junior Prom Dance Committee
ger Football Team '19g Bone
Hermaeang Blackstone Club
Scrub Baseball Team '19g Masonic Club:
Yellow Dog Clubg Crow's Nest Clubg
One who could play as carefree as any
and yet you could find some seriousness.
ROBERT R. DINSMORE, LL. B.
"You shall pifjl fhc king mi his thronc.
Iiuf www' Ihr HIIIIIV if-lifmf Icrlruing is his
American Legiong Blackstone.
We would like to hear Dinsmore plead
a case before the J. P. of district five, we
feel that he would affect the pine burrs
as well as the jury.
HINDMAN DOXEY, LL. B.
Holly Springs, Miss.
"Slave fo no sci'-I. :rho talccs no prirufc road.
But Iool.-s through Nature up to Xuturc's
B. S. University of Mississippi '20g
Elected Most Popular Boy '19-'21g Presi-
dent Y. M. C. A. '20g President Sophmore
Classg Red and Blueg Chairman Junior
Prom '19g Secretary Scribblers '20g Vice-
President Hermaean '18g Ole Miss Dance
Committee '19g Cheer Leader '18-'19g Red
and Blue Dance Committee '19g Inter-Col-
legiate Debater '20g Senior Speaker '20:
First Orator Hermaean '1Sg Treasurer
American Legion '19g University Club,
Blackstone Club: Manager Ole Miss Ly-
ceum '21g Ole Miss Staff '19g "Mississip-
pian" Staff '183 Ole Miss Board of Con-
trol '20g "Mississippian" Board of Con-
trol '19g Gordon Hall Board of Control
'18-'19g Honor Councilg Historian Fresh-
man Classg Manager-Treasurer "Marion-
COLIN O. GILBERT, LL. B.
"The yrcrlfcsf mon ure tho silwn! mon."
Hermaeang Blackstone Clubg American
Reserved and thoughtful with a heart
as big as his mind.
CHARLES D. WILLIAMS, LL. B.
Yazoo City, Miss.
"The 7'6'lt'l1I'd of a thing 'well done is to have
B. A. and M. A. l.'niversity of Virginia '17:
Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Red and Blueg A. A.
A. H.g Scrihblers: Blackstone Club: Presi-
dent A. E. F. Clubg Sec.-Treas. Red and
Blue: Ole Miss Board of Control.
Truly a disciple of thoroughness. If his
success as a lawyer depends upon know-
ledge his success is assured.
ELLIS C. HENRY, LL. B.
" I must have Iihvrfgf
lVithf1I as lflrgc' II t'll1l1'tr'1' as tht' lrinrl,
To blon- on zrhonz I please."
Blackstone Club, Phi Sigmag Millsaps, 'lS.
This lad hails from regions not un-
knovsen. He was not Center on the football
team but he was the nuclese of his law class.
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WlI.l.l.XM IIARALSUN, l.l.. li.
"I llnlnlr u'lmIr'z'1r gurls mu!! bf'
For my llIIf'UIIlllll'I'llIlIl' soul."
Intercollegiate Ilebater. '2l: "Mississip-
pian" Staff: "Ole Miss" lioard of Control:
Alpha l'l1i Epsilon: I'IK'l'lll2l02lllI Blackstone
Club: Scrub Football. '2U: Class Football '20g
A. IC. F. Clnb: A. A. A. H.: American Legion.
"l'inkie" was a capable and gritty worker
and a real thinker. The opposing counsel
had better care or they may lose their laurels.
l'ATRlt'K HENRY, Jr.. LL. B.
"Giro mr' 1i'I1'I'f!l or fjfl'!" me dc'afI1,"
Sewanee 'lflg l'l1i Delta Theta: Red and
Illne: A. A. A. Il.: Blackstone Club: Masonic
Club: "Mississippian" Staff: "Ole Miss"
Staff: Assistant Track Coach 'QOQ T. A. R.g
Football 20: Bridge Club: Rummy Club.
When he thinks. he thinks thonghtsg when
be does. he does things.
HENRY WARE IIURRS. LI.. B.
"Grout of heart 111111 strong of mind."
Phi Siginaz Blackstone Club: Yice-presi-
dent Brookhaven Club 220: Ii1te1'c-ollcgiate
Debater 'QOZ Mississippian Staff 'QUZ Y. M.
C. A. Council '20. '21: Orchestra '20, '21,
YVe will hear from Hobbs in after years.
As a student he was modest and in his breast
there resided the sonl of a true inan.
Il. M. HOOD, LL. B. Kilniichael. Miss.
"The .struzzgesl combinulion of brain and
American Legion: Blackstone Club: Class
Football: Varsity Football .202 "M" Club:
l'bi Sigma: A. and M. College '17-'wg Mason-
ic Vlnb: Sheriff lfniversity County.
The inan who was noted for his "million
yard forward passes". Heres hoping that
be has equal success with his first case!
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J. C. J0l'lilb.XN, Ll.. H, Iuka. Miss. '
"1lf- had ri puirf-rg In his we
Tllrrf' lI'1lN ll 11ll!'lll'llII'NS c"m'l'y1!l."
I'1'esident Senior Law '21: President Ma-
sonic Club 'illz President Gobs Club '2Ug A.
A. A. H.: I'l1i Sigma: Blackstone Clubg A..
E. F. Club.
Jilll was one bf the silent leaders of the
student body. He gained little fame as an
orator but his advice Ull weighty questions
was worth listening to.
JOHN EIDW.-XRI6 MCCALI.. LL. B.
"I'm fUl'f'l'I'l' blowing b11bbIr's."'
Secretary AIllt'l'iC'2lll I.f-gibn 'ZU3 ViCe-1n'esi-
dent Masonic' Club '21: Blackstone Club:
Alpha I'l1i Epsilon: Cliaplain H9i'lllilQiZlll 'Zll'.
Many of the boys were rlissappbinted when
the student hudy elected someone else as the
biggest liar. Take hi1n all in all "Mac" is .
Prince of Gmvd-fellows.
ADAM L. MARS, LL. B. Pliiladelpliia. Miss,
"But im his mufimz lilff' un angel sings,
Still quiriny io Hu' flrnnzg-riuml Clll'I'llflflllS,"
Herinaeanz Iilackstmie Club: Ule Miss
Quiet and unassuming, we would like tv
know his thoughts. Ile has a full apprecia-
tion of the beautiful and the aesthetic.
TAYLOR IIUl.CUM'R Mt-liI.R1'bY, LI.. H.
".-in z'.1'11cr'ic'1if'ml. ambitious, and ofiwz quita
Secretary l'l1i Sigma '11fi: Vice-I'1'1-sideiu
Juniui' Class: "Mississippian" Board uf Cun-
trbl: A. E. F. Club: Inter-Collegiate De-
bater '2U: I'1'esident Blackstone Club 203 De-
bating Council '21: l'l1i Sigma Anniversai'
He was known as the ul':ft'l'llill l"resl11na11."
He had a Qual head and quiet lnind.
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LIGXVIS A. MYERS, LL. IS. l'ihul:1, Miss
"f'UIII'HiIll'SN mul flu' rlfwirr' of fume'
.lnrl Inn' uf Irufli llllll 1111 flluf mul.'r's ll n1f111.."
Mississippi l.vgish1t111'e: Y. M. V. A. 1'ou11-
ml' l'l't'Sl1ll'llf Sllllllwbll lwmlity Vluhg Iilnck-
Sflllll' l'h1l1: 1'1'itic l'hi Sigma: llltf'I' Socivty
llvl :lim-1': A1111ivv1's:11'y S1bt'2llit'l'.
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1: s 1 we- 4 e ' wil 11lll'l1UNO i11 life. Ilia
SIllk'lllllll :lhiliiy fnrcvs Ullk' to iwcfvgiiize Myers.
J. Ii. SYKICS, LL. Ill. I'i1ml:1. Miss.
"lint, flriizlr, and bw nwrrgf for tfnnorrou' we
Iilzlckstniw l'l11h3 Siinpsnii Cllllllfj' Club:
Why :ill this S4l1'I'0XY? Let joy hi- 11110011-
so snys Iii-ll Sykes.
VLIIVTHN A. NVICST, LL. H. Alwrdvvll, Miss.
"I1f' u'fl11rI4'1'.w as frm' Us thc' lriufls of HIC
rn ull Il fu ins,
SHIV' I,orr'.Q willing fr1Ifc'rs."
I'hi Sigma 'wg lll:lCliSf0Il9 l'1nh: flllillllillil
Iilzickstuiiv f'l1lll '21,
Imvs he lun- the ladies or his hooks most?
Who can rvll? Well niiyway, ho is strong
A. S. SCOTT, LL. B. Lockhart, Miss.
"Fire in each eye, papers in each hand, hc
rofves, recites. and nzaflzlcns 'rouml the
Hermaeang Vice-President Blackstone
Scott gained a reputation as maker of
"nice distinctions." Have you ever heard
him sing? Well, eriah-he was a stud-
ent as well as an entertainer.
PETER MCKINZIE STOCKETT, LL. B.
"In eye and on lips his high confidence
Phi Sigma: Blackstone Club.
Pete with the pep. That's what he was
called. Did you ever hear him throw the-
BEN F. WASSON, Jr., LL. B.
"From grave to gay. from lively to severe."
Sigma Alpha Epsilong Sewanee '18-'19: Red
and Blue: Vice-President Orchestra: Presi-
dent "Marionettes." "Mississippian" Stalt.
A lover of the artistic, but not lacking in
J. M. YVELLS, LL. B. Magee, Miss.
"As big in soul as in body."
Hermaean: Alpha Phi Epsilon: Masonic
Club: American Legion: President Simpson
County Club: President Vocational Students
Club: Y. M. C. A. Council: Circuit Clerk of
Practice Court." "Mississippian" Reporter
'20: Yice-President Blackstone Club.
"Senator" says, "nobody loves a fat man."
but he is not altogether right for we love to
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S. B. BERRY, LL. B.
Inter-collegiate Debater '21: President A.
E. F. Club: President Phi Siginag Vice
President. Treasurer Phi Sigma: Vice-Presi
dent Simpson County Club: Taylor Medal in
English '20: Elected Best Student '20Z Amer-
Blackstone Club: Treasurer
Masonic Club: "Mississippian" Board of Con-
trol: Gordon Hall Board of Control: "Ole
"Mississippian" Staff: Vice-
President Ole Miss Chapter Alpha Phi Epsi-
lon: Y. M. C. A. Council: Class Football.
R. O. BICKERSTAFF, LL. B.
Masonic Club: Blackstone Club: Phi Sig-
ma: A. E. F. Club: American Legion.
JOHN MONEY BREWER, LL. B.
Black Hawk, Miss.
Hermaean Literary Society '19-21: Honor
Council Junior Law Class: Blackstone Club
'21: Y. M. C. A. Council '21: Secretary Her-
maean '2O: Alpha Phi Epsilon '19-'21: Inter-
collegiate Debating Council '21,
C. G. BROOKS, LL. B. Lake, Miss.
Phi Sigma: Blackstone Club.
S. J. CLENDINNING, LL. B.
Alpha Phi Epsilon: Historian Soph. Class
'20: American Legion: Hermaean Lit. So
cietyl Intercollegiate Debater '21: Inter-
society Debater '21: Freshman Medal '191
Second Speaker Hermaean Anniversary 'QUZ
Y. M. C. A. Cabinet "21: Gordon Hall Board
of Control '21: Ole Miss Staff '21: Mississip-
pian Staff '21: Blackstone Club.
W. ll. DAVIS, LL. B. Pe-lnllzitellie, Miss
lil2lCliSi0ll6 Club: A. E. F. Clubg I'l1i Signm
EARNICST AVSTIN ICRXVIN, LL. R.
A. E. I". Club: Ilernlzieanz Blackstone.
S. IC. MCGICIC. LL. H. Ullunckey, Miss
Blzlclcstone Club: A. Ii. F. Club: Phi Sigxnm
ALONZO PHELPS GEORGE, LL. B.
Nita Yuma, Miss.
Hermaeang Varsity Football '18, '19, '20,
Secretary "M" Club '17, '18g President A. A.
A. H.g Masonic Clubg Treasurer A. S. B.g
Vice-Chairman American Legion '20, VV. M.
C. A. Council '17, 'l8: Alpha Phi Epsilon.
S. E. MAGEE, LL.B. Tutwilen, Miss.
L. II. MICLVIN, LL. R. Richton, Miss.
Hluckstolie Clubg II6I'lllZl6'ilIl1 Y. M. C. A.
THOMPSON MCCLELLAN, LL. B.
YVest Point, Miss.
Y. IW. C. A. Council and Cabinet '20, Presi-
dent and Secretary Hermaeang Gordon Hall
Board of Control 'ZOQ Secretary A. S. 13.1 Busi-
ness Manager "Mississippian", junior Prom
lfance Committeeg Red and Blue Clubg Amerif
can Legion: Masonic Club.
J. VV. SAVAGE, LL. B. Iuka. Miss.
Masonic Club: Blackstone Clubg A. E. F.
Club: Phi Sigma.
THOMAS JEFFERSON TFBB, LL. B.
President Hermaean '20, President Sophomore
Classg President Student Body '21, Secretary
Gordon Hall Boarding Club 'Zig Ole Miss
Staff: Masonic Clubg Y. M. C. A. Councilg
President Alpha Phi Epsilong First Speaker
Hermaean Anniversary '2O.
VIVIAN COOK, LL. B. Sumner, Miss.
Secretary junior Law Class, Co-Ed basket-
ball team '21,
R. J. PELTY, LL. B. Greenwood, Miss.
S. A. E.g University of Va. '20, Blackstone
Club, Varsity Baseball '21.
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ALTON CHESTER BUTLER, Ph. G.
"Ornament of a meek and quiet spirit."
Pharmaceutical Associationg Reporter of
Quiet sort of chap, but a fast friend and
a good student. He will ever be a credit to
E. N. CAFFEY, Ph. G. Sweatman, Miss.
"Whose armor is his honest thought,
And siniple truth his utmost skill."
Vice-President Pharmaceutical Association
'20g Secretary-Treasurer Senior Pharmacy
Class '21: Phi Sigma: Treasurer Phi Sigma
'20g A. and M. '1S.
He goes forth to bless the world and at
the same time to show it that he was made
EMILY MYRTLE CARY. Ph. G.
If theres delight in love 'tis when I see
That heart, Irhieh oihcrs bleed for, bleed for
Pharmaceutical Associationg Executive
Committee Ole Miss Pharmaceutical Associa-
tion: Secretary-Treasurer Jr. Pharmacy
Class: G. M. C. U. L. '203 M. S. M. '21.
One whom tl1e graces have smiled upon.
Lovable by nature and studious by inclina-
tion, she is entitled to an opinion of her own
and does not mind using it against an afl-
E. E. CARLETON. Ph. G.
"HapI1!l am I,- from care I'm frcc!"
Happy and care-free is Carleton through
and through. Gloom fades from his pres-
OTTO BRIGGS JONES, Ph. G.
nivllflllllg in thc c.1'tremc, but all in the
Chairman Executive Committee Pharma-
One of the youngest members of his class
and a favorite with all.
MILTON LELAND LAND, Ph. G.
"Singing hc was, or zrhistling, all thc day."
Mississippi College '1N-'19: I-lermenian
Literary Society '18-'19g Pharmaceutical As-
"Minnie" came to us from Mississippi Col-
lege and immediately assumed an enviable
place in our hea1'ts. His bright, happy man-
ner was irresistable.
EIJMVND F. MILLER, Ph. C.
West Point, Miss.
"lI'haIc1'cr sccptic could inquire for,
For every why he had a ll"l'6l'6f0l'6."
Pharmaceutical Association '20-'21g Mason-
ic Club '20-'21: American Legion '20-'213
Ilermaean Literary Society 'IZO3 Alpha Phl
Epsilon '21: Y. M. C. A. '20-'21.
Whats the use of work anyway, things
come by luck!
EDGAR AARON PEARSON, Ph. G.
"llc zrnllfs no more zchcrc 8hfId0'1l'S are
But Icfi their ivory gates ajar.
Historian Senior Pharmacy Classy Phar-
maceutical Associationg Masonic Club.
He was a prince of a chap. and we can-
not but predict success for him in the calling
he has chosen.
VV. E. PETTIS, Ph. G. Oxford, Miss.
To be fwrll shaken."
"For e-'very ill, I"ve gut II pill", ih his motto.
T. H. PURVIS, Ph. G.
"7'he tficforics of Right
Are born of strife."
Pharmaceutical Association: Phi Sigma:
Censor Phi Sigma: Masonic Club.
In two years he has stepped into a "four-
year" place in our hearts.
T. H. RIDDELL, Ph. G.
"Haste, for our hearts are with thcc, take
Vice-President Junior Pharmacy Class '20g
President Pharmaceutical Association E213
Ole Miss Quartet '20: Masonic Club: Varsity
Football 1919, 1920: Varsity Baseball '20.
A pill-roller who uses his art in baseball.
Not his fault that he can be from no better
place than Kilmichael: hut his friends must
needs think that he hails from the land of
EARL WATKINS RUSSELL, Ph. G.
"Oh blest with temper zchosc uncloudefl my
Can make tomorrow cheerful as today."
Mississippi College '18-'19: Class Basket-
ball and Baseball '18: Varsity Basketball tM.
CJ '19g Trotter Medal '19: Pharmaceutical
Association: Simpson County Club.
Quite an optimist and one who left the
worry to the other fellow.
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"l'm not u man of thc quitin' Icinrlf'
President Junior Pharmacy Class '20g
Pliarlnaceuticzll Association '20-'21: Herxnean
Literary Society '18-'10-'20g Alpha Phi Ep-
silon '2l: Y. M. C. A. Council '19-'20,
"Sc-hlitz with the grit" sticks to a job
until it's finished and then-he sits down.
R. NICWMAN SCOTT, Ph. G.
'i1'Il'llSllI'!' and action make the hours seem
Vliarinaceutical Association '20-H213 Y. M.
C. A. '20-'21,
Reniexnber how Scott made things hum in
the American Legion Minstrel, last year?
XVell, he's just the humming kind!
IDANIICL R. SHARRON, Ph. G.
"Bren-are the fury of Il patient man.
President Senior Pliarinacy Class '21g Ma-
sonic Club '20-'21g P11i1l'IlltlC9fliIiCtll Associa-
"Thank you. call again! Pills are my
specialty!" Oh well, who knows but that
he will own half interest in Van Vlect-Mans-
field some day!
WILLIAM I.. TENNANT, Ph. G.
fxlusf bent on plajling thc game."
Historian Pharinaceutical Association '21Z
A. H. F. Club '20-'21: Masonic Club '20-'21:
Anierican Legion '2l: Y. M. C. A. '21.
Care-free, liappy-go-lucky "Toni" Tennant.
An eighteen karat disciple of the Great Gawd
JAMES B. WARNER, Ph. G. Angie, La
"Br swift to hour, Slow to Speak,
Slow to .S1fcuI.', Sion' to wrath."
Secretary-T1'easure1' I'har111aceutica1 As-
sociation: Scrub Baseball '19-'20g Vice-I'1'esi-
dent Senior I'113l'l1lHCy Class: Revision Coin-
Good at Hllyfllillil' that he turns his 11111111
to. I11 the future he will be a "Dill-1'Oll91"'
of the A-1 Class.
IRA MARVIN WELLS, Ph. G.
"TOIll0l'I'Oll' crnncs and irc are where?
Thou let us livc today."
Pl131'1lli1C9lltiCil1 Association: Alll61'iCilll
And one 111311 wanted a castle. another a
beautiful wife, a tl1i1-d would cruise ill a
palace yacht like a red-necked prince of
blood. but Wells wants naught but a Ph. G.
H. R. STEWART. Pb. G. CZlIlt0Il. Miss.
"1 um not a politician, and my other hab-
its arc good."
I'hi1l'1l13C9l'll'iCil1 Assoc-iationg Ainerican Leg-
ion: Class Football '21.
"Hosea Perlinsky" has had the 1'9DllfiltiOll
of COl1dl1CtiIlg the most attractive clothing
swindle o11 the C'i1Illl'3llS.
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History of Senior Pharmacy Class '21
ln writing the history of the Senior Pharmacy Class of '21, the historian
feels handicapped from the beginning, because of his inability to do justice
to the worth and merit of this schorlarly, ambitious and earnest class of
young men and women. XYe represent the largest class that ever gradu-
ated in the Pharmacy Department in the University of Mississippi, and this
not only in numbers, but also in the fullness of our preparation and the
large percentage of well-rounded, competent students, whose success in life
can be safely and certainly foreseen even from this, not too distant, viewpoint.
Although our number is "twenty-one." yet this is symbolic of nothing
fast, except our ability and increased capacity for turning off large amounts
of work by reinforcement when the occasion demands it. The historian
would not mar the highly esteemed friendship of his fellow classmates with
flattery, but he wishes to state in all sincerity that in all the years of his
college life, he has never seen a class as a whole which realized the respon-
sibility of their duty, or which has moved with more certain step and in-
domitable determination to win the goal of their ambition-as has the Senior
Pharmacy Class of this year.
However, our voyage of college life has not been as smooth sailing as
some seem to think, for indeed, we have had some rough and rugged waters
to pass over. But, when we embark upon our second voyage, the practice
of our profession, we will all admit the truthful assertion that those things
are loved more which are hardest to obtain.
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viii'-l'I'QSldl'llt I'll1lI'lllilC0llllC'1ll Association
'jig lla-rmavan Literary Society '20-'lllg Y.
M. ff, A. '20-'21.
MARY IIUWARD PITCIIFORD, Ph. G.
S't'Cl'0l2ll'Y-T1'f'2lSllI'CI' Pliarniaceutical As-
sociation '221g Ole Missvs '21,
NV. G. FORD, Ph. G. Taylorsville, Miss.
Pharmaceutical Associationg Varsity Basket-
ball '20, '2l.
WALTER NEWTON TEMPLE, Ph. G.
YlCP-l'l'0Sll'l6lll' Junior Pharinacy Class '21,
American I.vg:ion: Masonic Club: Mississippi
tiollvgre YO: I'. Navy, Scrub Football '21:
GEORGE SPIVEY KENT, Ph. G.
WILSON IIARTWELL JOHNSON, Ph. G.
EARNEST JACKSON. Ph. G.
Blue Mountain, Miss.
FRANK G. LYERLY. Ph. G.
I'. S. Navy 1913-1920: Pharmaceutical As-
sociation '21: A. E. F. Club '21: Aniericnn
Legion '21: Trainer Football TQZIIII '21: Y.
M. C. A. '21.
SAM H. SEALE. Jr.. Ph. G.
I'hH1'IllHCPlltiC3l Associationg Ainerican Leg!
E. H. POTTER, Ph. G. Lumberton, Miss.
WII,BI'R HUNNICFT OLIPHANT, P11. G.
Millsaps College 220: Kappa Sigma: Phan'-
J. VV. HOVVELL, Ph. G. Ripleym, Miss.
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HIRAM XVILLIE III+INlDlC1iS'0N, Ph. G.
Potts Czirnp., Miss.
Prvsident Junior I'hz11'macy Class 'ZUZ
Phan1'in:1cv11tic:1l Association: Alll9l'iCilll Legs
HILTON II. ALBRITTON, Ph. G.
Pl1:11'n1:1Ce11tiC:1l 4XSS0C'iZlfi0Il 121.3 Y. M. C.
PIIINIS KY BICTHANY, Ph. G.
R. L. LANE, Ph, G. Lumberton, Miss.
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IDE comes in and tide goes out. 1Vith the incoming tide of the
students ol' 1917 there were 12 who chose to follow the path of
E' X i The ''survival-ot'-the-iittest" test soon began. Some had
h,Y,V: hardly started up the trail before they stumped their toe on
freshman math. Of these one or two recuperated from the fall.
arose and continued their march. The others slowly recovered
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some were forced to retire because of lack of supplies. No sooner had the
others crossed the streams ot' sophomore math and physics than they found
themselves facing a tall, seemingly impassible wall of junior math. By this
time a wayward traveler had joined in the upward climb. Of all only three
were able to drag their weary bones over the great wall and get a. glimpse of
Onward these three tired travelers climbed toward the plain which marked
the last year of their toil and struggle. On this plain they encountered the
fierce dragons of reinforced concrete. hydraulics, and Prime Movers. Being
well armed and having become strong and hardy from their former climbs they
finally overcame these last barriers and thus they emerged upon the summit in
1921. with weary bodies but with glad hearts. and with fond memories even
ot' the years spent in toil and of friends and associates met along the trail.
"Lee" Green. president of the class. hails from Jonestown, Mississippi.
Lee is the athlete of the class, having made varsity basketball one year. Until
the last year Lee was as studious as a sageg but during this year. has had
heart trouble. as Dr. Cupid would say. Lee 's best friend is his pipe and his
best girl is-
t'0p" Herring. the representative from Madison Station. Mississippi. fur-
nishes the class with music of all varieites. '4Op" is the vice president and
literary man of the class and also the best student in our midst. He entered
the class in 1917-19 but did not return in 1919-20. We all know "Opl' by his
Ullambonel' Hicks the boy from Byhalia. Mississippi. also the "guy who
won the war" is secretary and treasury of the class. Hambone is our official
representative in the dance hall and is one who takes great delight in the
And so of the twelve brought in by the tide of 1917. only three were taken
out onto the seas of life in 1921.
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HITGH SIYTIIERLAND LEWIS, B. E.
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Ole Miss Eiipxineers.
RAYMOND EDWIN MAB-IIS, B. E.
Herinzieung TI'92lSlll'61' Engineering Club.
IWRANCIS T. THOMPSON, B. E.
Blue Mountain, Miss.
Mississippian" Staff '20: Ole Miss Eng-
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G. O. Prados
W. F. YVOollard
H. C. Ford
R. E. Mabus
T. G. Birchett
W. F. Johnson
J. T. Denton
H. S. Lewis
F. T. Thompson
D. T. Ritchie
W. E. Wilson
J. A. VVilson
J. K. Herri-ng
H. B. Herring
P. F.. Hicks
L. VV. Green
J. H. VVilliams
F. B. Davison
G. H. Engerrand
VV. RI. Taylor
J. B. Russell
F.. R. Butler
R. KI. Smith
E. S. Clark
S. S. Harkins
G. B. Hall
YV. VV. Briggance
D. W. Colbert
K. L. Swinney
R. N. Beck
C. G. Boone
D. J. Callahan
M. B. Howarth
N. M. Hewes
I. S. Maxwell
Ashes of DFGBITIS
Gone! Ay, verily gone.
Those days, those lovely days,
Those joyful college days.
Now gems of fondest recollections,
Tho'ts for sorrowful contemplation,
Mere spirits to haunt my memory.
Dreams? Ah, no, Love,
Dreams they were then---now,
Mere ashes, ashes of dreams.
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Miss Somerville VVassou Artz
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No good without a bucket.
Ma, come blow this candle out!
VVell, I will !-Well, I wish you would!
0, I'll write all right!
You're about as funny as a crutch!
Have you heard the joke about the three men?
He! He! He!
Have you seen Boo?
O! I didn't mean to make you cry!
Have you seen my tie?
Have you seen my book?
SOME CURIOUS MISTAKE
Babe-O Minnie, listen! There 's a woodpecker on the roof!
Jane-Good Gracious! That scares me, I'm so "sus icious"!
Ruth-O! Za, that dress surely does look familiar!
Zara-Don't you "realize" this old dress?
Fresh. Mauldin-Say, Mel, what's our English lesson?
Fresh, Hunt-0. we've got to write an autobiography of Bronte
Page One Hundred Sixty-six
Stiff they sit and play,
Sheathed in convention 's dull costume.
A rattle of notes
The dance is on.
4'Come, square yo' corners,
Grab yo' partners,
Form de iigger now."
Through the shuffling feet
Sift soothing strains,
"Swing low, sweet chariot,
Comin' fer to carry me home."
The moon creeps over the cypress swamp,
The willows sing at plaintive song.
A distant rumbling, crash,
t'Niggers, git yo' home!"
Stiff they sit and play.
-L. R, Somerville, '22
While I lay there sweetly dreaming.
Suddenly there came a screaming,
As if "Sophs" were sounclingly beaming
Some poor Freshman in her cellg
When I lwakened from my slumber.
All my thoughts were put asunder,
Then I knew my awful blunder,
'Twas the cursed rising bell!
WE WONDER WHY?
Why does Evelyn like riddles better than conundrums?
Wliy is Emy Lou more partial to a Moose than any other animal?
Why does Ros like granny better than mother?
Why does Margaret B. prefer a "harper" to a violinist?
VVhy would Vesta rather be a walker than driver 0?
Why does Myrtle prefer a Ford to a Pierce Arrow?
We wonder why Margaret M. goes with a Jap instead of an American?
Ella-Marg surely has grit in her.
Ruth-Yes she 's been eating corn bread.
Ethel-What makes the tower of Pisa lean?
Ouida-I Wish I knew! Ild like to try it.
Lydia P.-O, Louis, what 's that funny noise overhead?
"Tubby" Dailey-Why, girl, that's wild geese!
Lydia-O! Do geese go wild?
Page One Hundred Sixty-sefuen
llarold llaleigli was easily tl111 111ost popular hoy at Conway University,
illltl the greatest liall'-hack that the l'2llll1'tl, illltl lllVl1lt'illlt? Conway eleven had
ever hoasted of. Ile was a typical college Cllilp. 01111 that the fictionist likes to
llf'Sl'l'lllt' Hllll tl1e artist to picture. Witli hroad and st1'aigl1t set slioulders, a
figure hetitting to the great atl1l11te that l111 was, a111l coal hlack hair over a high
and Il0l1lP f.0l't'llt'2lll. l111 was a lllklll Eillltillg' men. His ey11s were gray-gray
eyes. hat I'l0SSftSSf'll a peculiarity tl1at people XY01ldl'1't'd at, for there was some-
tl1i11g i11 tl111ir fathoniless depths that one could hardly descrihe or know the
reason for. At ti111es XVl1t'1l l111 grew angry, or was unusually distui-hed, the
pupils of his eyes assunied a peculiar shape, like the pupil of a cats eye, oval,
tlllli green ill color. singularly like tl111 ey11s of a Maltese, and there was also
something ill the set lillfl of l1is 111o11tl1 that 1'l'lllllld0Ll one of the Maltese wlien
it shows its teeth in anger. and snaps at the aggressor.
The 11211119 of Harold Raleigh was lo11g l't'lllt'lllll9l't'd at Conway University
for sometliing that he did that was 1111v11r forgotten hy tfonway students, illld
Sf'lfl0lll lIlt11lfl0ll0Cl in outside circles lieeause of pride. a11d perhaps a spark of
douhtful respect a11d honor for Harold. lt was i11 tl1e annual Tliaiiksgiviiig
Q.'?tlllf,' hetween Vonway and Iliailer, tl111 0l1l11st a11d largest colleges in the c01111-
try. and ancient rivals for the foothall laurels. that Harold Raleigh did the
tl1i11g tl1at astonished tl1e athletic world and p11t to sl1a111e his friends. lt was
tl111 fillltd for the great ga111e that would decide the championship of the season.
to lltlglll. Harold. kl1OW11 of old for l1is hrilliant playing, and as the greatest
constituent of the world-famed Conway gridiron machine, walked out 011 the
field that day ready to heging with the hall under l1is arm he marched with a
firm tread Ollf upon the athletic field. and he suffered a deep-felt remorse as
a wild roar of applause greeted l1i111 fI'Ol1l tl1e giant stadium around the field.
The so1111d of the pig Skill as it was sent whirling through the air, 111ade the
hlood hurn hot in lliS vei11s with the excitement and fascination of it all. and
l111 tl1o11gl1t of what he had done. From the heginning of the game Conway
continually and steadily lost ground, ohviously from a reason that o11e hardly
dared suspect. and when at last tl111 game was over. Railer had heen victorious
hy an 0VP1'XVllPlll1il'g' score. Harold Raleigh had given the signals to the op-
posing side. and when he left tl1e athletic field at the end of the game. fl1P1'P
was a dejected sloop of l1is hroad shoulders, a11d a peculiar swing to l1is long,
supple hody as he walked. that 111ade one tl1i11k of a cat as it stealthily creeps
off with its prey. In l1is eyes one might have seen just then a strange amher-
colored light that glowed with a peculiar hrightness. and the pupils of l1is
eyes were like those of a cat-it was tl111 Maltese. a 1131119 that he was known
hy for some time afterward.
The wealth of Harold 's father gave him an excellent advantage to hegin
life for himself. and many years afterward he was affiliated in husiness with a
great friend of his father's. a well-known ship-huilding king. whose vessels
prowed the waters of part of the glohe. and whose financial power was al111ost
infinite-a kingdom of wealth in itself. It was thus that he rose to the highest
plains of business success. all the while striving with himself to keep l1iIllS6lf
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p11lled l1i111 hackward i11 college. He was realizing tl1e greatest 2lll1lllilOl1S of a
1112111 s life. though-that of heing a successful financier. tl1e connnaiider of 111il-
lions. for sucl1 it is that speaks louder, Ellltl is listened to with a ll10I't' attentive
ear tl1a11 a11ytl1i11g else i11 tl1e world today. He was ahnost to that stage of pro-
gression that he could pat hiinself o11 tl1e hack Ellltl say that all was well, when
tl1e corporation of wl1icl1 l1e was a noted factor. was o11 the verge of entering
i11to a contract for tl1e llltliilllg of tl1o11sa11ds of vessels of a 11ew variety, the
PlHl1S of wl1icl1 llklll ll66l1 lately originated and sought after hy coinpetitive co11-
cerns. The lllalllllg' of the ships and tl1e large orders for illtlll that had heen
placed would involve tl1e expenditure of hillio11s of dollars. lt lllktllli every-
thing to the ship ljlliltllllg co111pa11y for which Harold worked. for they Ollly
would he ahle to put out that particular style of ship that tl1e puhlic was
clainoring so for. a11d which would 1116311 lllllCll to tl1e connnercial Hlltll i11dus-
trial world. therehy llldllgillg llOlIlt? to tl1e concern 111o11ey i11 hoards. Hlltl put-
ting it second to none, for no other would have tilt? plans of tl1e jewel ship.
It was 011 tl1e evening of tl1e great eve11t of letting tl1e contract for tl1e
ships. tl1e work of llliiklllg' thein llkglll o11 tl1e 111orrow. Harold was custodian
of tl1e precious hlueprints. a11d as a celehration of clear sailing, peace, and
progress. a great social function i11 tl1e way of a dance was heing given as a.
celehration. too. of tl1e eighteenth hirthday of tl1e Ollly daughter of Rohert
Ruskin. Harold's 6'l11Pl0YP1' a11d coadjutor. Meanwhile, te111ptatio11 going hand
i11 l1a11d with fate. was not yet ready to let Harold go free. a11d a fO1'll16I' stu-
dent of Conway Zllld class111ate of Harold's, allied in a l7llSl11t'SS way with Hll-
other ship-huilding corporation. l't'll1PIl1lN?l'l1lg froin college days Harold 's weak-
ness, was trying to seduce fi-oin l1i1n. for a great price, tl1e pl3llS of tl1e new
Harold had proinised to inect tl1e 111a11 in tl1e garage at fT'lE'VP1l-tlllfiy and
deliver to l1i1n tl1e plH1lS. Leaving tl1e fairyland of tl1e l!Ellll'OOl11, he strolled
out o11to a side portico i11to the garden, a11d made his way down the winding
paths of tl1e spacious Zlllll heautiful terrestrial niagnilicence of tl1e flower la11d,
accentuated hy tl1e glory of tl1e 111oonlight. He stopped hy a huhhling foun-
tain. Elllfl stood watching tl1e water as it fell, catching' tl1e gleani of tl1e inoon-
light heanis. Elllfl e11di11g i11 Sll1Hll waves Hllfl eddies ?l1'Ol111ll tl1e side of tl1e co11-
crete hase of tl1e fountain. ln thoughtful reflection l1e thought of l1is life. and
what he would lllilliil of it-whether it would he like tl1e waves Oll tl1e surface of
tl1e fountain that we11t as far as tl1e edge Elllfl stopped, or NVl19ill9I' for his
achieveinents it would go o11 at least in tl1e lll0lll0I'Y of nien, to the last syllahle
of recorded tinie. ceaselessly, like the waters that ca111e down fl'Ol1l tl1e top a11d
were returned agai11. He thought of tl1e papers i11 l1is pocket a11d what l1e ill-
te11ded to do. Close hy l1is side stood C0llfl9lIlll2l.ii01l Hlld reinorse. each caught
llilll hy tl1e shoulder: l1e ft?lg'l1 would have sl1ake11 off tl1e lllOOd that held him
hound. as he looked again toward the fountain. Just at that 1l10Ill911t l1e saw a
huge Maltese cat creep to the edge and stand there, looki11g at the gold fish
ready talons. For a few IHOIHQIIYS that seemed eternitv, right struggled with
within tl1e cool depths of tl1e water. crouching. a11d eager to catch its prey with
wrong i11 l1is eniotions. ifllld presently he held his head high, vice no longer ap-
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the suhdued grayness of l1is eyes. Ile saw his visitor approaching from the
further end ol' the garden, hut the Maltese was dead, and in its place a 11ew
self had come to life, at victory of his soul had heen won, the supremacy of
right was manifest, and with at brisk and firm step, and carrying with him new
resolutions, he made his way toward the dance hall to claim his dance with
the Fair honoree of the occasion, as the opening strains of a beautiful waltz,
played by the muses theniselves, floated out upon the refreshing dampness of
the perfect June night. A spirit of everlasting peace seemed to settle over the
scene, and eternal joy reigned suprnie.
-Mary Howard Pitchford, '22.
A New World Symphony---Dvorals
Stitif they sit and play,
Sheathed in convention's dull costume.
A rattle of notes
The dance is on.
"Come, square yo' corners,
Grab yo' partners,
Form the Egger now."
Through the shuffling feet
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"Swing low sweet chariot
Comin' fer to carry me home."
The moon creeps over the cypress swamp
The willows sing a plaintive song.
A distant rumbling crash,
A storm l
"Niggers, git yo' home !"
Etiff they sit and play.
-L. R. Somerville, '22,
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thv IPl'Ufil,'il'llK"Y. Thi- gn-:ite-st dit't'im1Ity that 1'u:icli SIIIHYZIII had In uVtl'l'4llll1' wus the-
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Czlptzlin Creekmore :lt center proved biniself a C11-
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best on the tezlni :intl probably one of the best that this
seliool bus ever put out. lfquully ezlpzible on tbe defense
Zlllll the offense, :uni we :ire safe in tbe assertion that
Creekniore mn de two-tbirals of the tackles that were
inzule by the Ole Bliss eleven during the past season. If
Creek lizul been playing on n winning tezun, it is an equal
bet tlizit be would llZlYt' inzule the All Southern tezun :it
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At guard "lim" asks-d no quartm-r and gays- nom-. Always rc-ady and willing: to pax'-
tivilnato in a gmail st-rap. and aftvl' tho ganw his oppom-nts always re-alizvd the fact that
it was footllall that the-y had lawn playing: and not pingrpong. l"arnwr will ho gre-atly
misss-d this ne-xt ye-ar.
1 alvin, in this his sm-ond yvai' of volls-ggv footldlll, at quartt-r prove-d llllllSt'lf In lw a
masta-r hand with tlio pass and cli1'e-vtml tho te-am coolly and wise-ly. llv was prolualnly thv
most vonsiste-nt :round :12lllli'l' on tlw te-am and on cvrtain occasions, his broke-n tie-ld
lllllllllljl was se-nsational. ln Ii2ll'lI0lll' we- havv a man of 1:11-at possilwilitivs. and it is
hoywd that ht- will play his I't'llltlllllll:l two yoars of 4-ollm-:lo hall with us.
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Vila-n wo say that lfe-4-mste-r madv his tavlilv lil'2ll'ili'Illlj' linpre-gn:1l+lo, this is no ox-
aggggt-ration. l"t'l'lllSiQ'I' is a hip: man and lll2lkt'S vvvi'y ouncl- of strl-m:th in his lvody account
for its.-lf, aftt-1' ho gots mad. As l"rl-shman was so good nature-d tht- only worry that any
om- had as to gains owl' his sidv of tho lim- was as to how long: it would take- the op-
posing tavklv to make- him mad. Xvllvll UIIUQ' acc-omplislied, that side of the lim' was safe.
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or two, :ind when he did ge-t loose- in n lrokvn tivld it is SllffiCiPIlf to say that yon would
he surprised at tho :lmonnt of pop that ho showed.
Johnnie- CZIIIIP to ns from tho State- Normal :Ind provvd himse-lf to ln- ai vzilnulvle as-
sot to the tezlnn. At his half position ho provvd himsvlf to he dviiant :ind ow-11 reckless
at timvs, hut he givvs promisv of ln-ing 21 fvziturv on next yvn1"s tvum.
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Vrook was thc- only rival that Santan f'l1ll1S0 Robinson had whvn it Cillllt' to hitting
il linv. Allsolnte-ly :x ll2l'tft'I'lll1.f ram had nothing on Crook, and the way that ho got
tlirongh sonw of the heavy linv that lw played against, was nothing short of wonderful.
Crook was also ai Vlllllilllltl man to ll2lVt' in the ilxte1'fe1'e11Cv for he did not mind hitting
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pnsitiuu he Slllilllll he zx lll2llllSl1lj' of next ye:11"s 2lXQII't'i.f2lll0ll.
".1:1p" wus ever :wtivu and eager tn give all that he had to his tezun, :md allways
did his ht-st. Mort- men like George nn ai team would gn il lem.: way tu better the ur-
lfillllfilllilll fm' never c-nulrl it he said of Jap that he failed to dn illPSUlllfl'lj' ull in his
pmvvl' in win that lvzl1'liClll:ll' game.
"Sys" one zunhitimi since lltlgllllllllg his football cureei'
innke in Varsity letter. Ilis uppo tunitzy came this yezli'
full well enpulnle of meeting the situatioii. He is an hard
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Spivey was one of these "has bel-ns" that actually staged a "come back." And whats
more, that come back was good and strong. He was one of the inost dependable nien
that we had for the end position, and there were Illigllfy few gains around the end that
he happened to be playing. It is to be regretted that this star of olden day will not be
wit! us next year.
"Mig: Roy Henry" was without a doubt the biggest tackle that we had. llis weight
was a grtat asset to the Red and Blue line and his forty and fifty-yard passes we, e
niighty hard to beat. When Hood got started there was no stopping hini. When once
those angry passions rose, some one was mighty liable to get hu1't. The only ditfieulty
with llood was getting hini niad.
The law depa'tn1ent, made another valuable contribution in the person of Guy
Anisler. This was Guys Iirst year of football and it was only natural that he has niuch
to learn. This "much" he learned in a hurry and before the end of the season he proved
himself to be a valuable nian to the team. The secret of A1nsle1"s success was that when
he tackled them they stayed tackled.
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"Jelly" was one of the tinfls of the season. and at his position at guard, contributed
to what amount of success our team aehieved. .Xggressive on the offense and a sure
taekler, made him his berth on the varsity, llere is a man that will bear watching
Though not sensational in his work. "Rat" was a good all-round man. Playing
in the hack tield he was hard to stup and had his share oi speed. ln another year Kat-
eliff should make the spectators sit np and take notice, as he is fu.l of light and
"l'ossn1n" was with lla again at end and was even better than last season. .X sure
and hard taekler. tast on getting under punts. anrl with a peculiar little way all his
own uf getting through interference.
llanrlieaiqierl hy a lack uf weight, Howell had an up-hill road to clfmh, lint he did
it exeeptioiially well. This young man made up in nerve what he lacked in weight, and
was always there with the goods.. Ilnwell will he with Us next year, and at the present
rate of improvement will be an exceptionally good man.
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Beginning the season with a rush, the football prospects for 1920 seemed
unusually promising, and for a few short weeks it looked as though we would
have that long-promised 'twinning football team." But, alas. gentle readers,
that is a hope that we may carry over until the 1921 season.
After easily defeating Jonesborough Aggies and the Mississippi Aggies, the
team suffered their iirst defeat at the hands of the Birmingham Southern Col-
lege. This was a pure case of over-confidence, and as is usual in such eases,
resulted disastrously for Ole Miss. Then Tulane. and another defeat. This
game. however, was far better than the score indicates. for at the end of the
first half the score stood 0-0, but in the second period Tulane bucked up and
trimmed ns by a good margin. Union and S. P. U. then fell easy victims to the
Sullivanites. Tl1e11 came the f'Bust Up." When Farmer and Barbour were
foreed to leave the team. the whole bunch became thoroughly disgusted. and
football was discontinued. However. for the sake of Coach Sullivan. the team
was in a measure reorganized. and with Barbour reinstated, they attempted a
feeble come-back against A. Sz M. Regardless of the game attempt that our
team made. they got the better of us and this game Closed the football season
for Ole Miss.
lt is not our purpose to make excuses for this team, for we do not think
that it is necessary. They were handicapped from early in the season, and were
fighting against big odds. The exhibition of unqualilied tight which the boys
gave at Greenwood was worthy of any team. and we are justly proud of them.
Ole Miss 33 Jonesborough Aggies. .. ll
Ole Miss. . . . . 53 Miss. Normal ..... . . . . 0
Ole Miss. . . 6 Birmingham Southern. . . . . 28
Ole Miss.. . 0 Tulane . .. C43
Ole Miss 86 Union .. 0
Ole Miss.. .. 28 S. P. U ....... .. 6
Ole Miss. .. . 0 Miss A. and M... . 20
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L 1 Hentlerynn has played two years of "1Ionograin" hall
V fin' "1 Dle Miss" aml huth years has proved his ahility as a
liarilligliting :intl intlispensihle player. Fast anal an ex-
cellent shut fur the hasket, he more than once pmveil tn
lee the tlmvnfall ut his opponents. "Louie" captaineil his
rerun this season with nnfailing judgment antl with a spirit
nf "lin nr Die" which almost unfailingly piluteil them to
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IllZlKllll1CQ'lll wnrk lmth on defensive :ind offensive, f equently puzzling: his nppnnents by his
fast left-hzinded passing. Ile wus kept out of se-verzil KIIIIIPS on :iccuunt of injuries :ind
at such time-s the teuin allways felt his loss keenly.
N Sl'Rl'4H:S 4'1'HAln, GIXXRID
"Fight '4-in, SCl'll5.!j.fS." Such was the battle cry heard nn nmny an night when some
innocently unsuspecting team wus fu meet its nemesis. And tight thein he did from
start fu linish. A glizlrfl nf the best type he inever failed to he nn hand when the first
play was started :ind when the lust one wus stopped. Alsn one of the surest shuts on
the team, he was instruinental in piling up inuny ai pnint fur il victory.
FORD, HOBEI, Hiiblilflb, FURVVARID
Quiet. inuffensive, Gohel is a two-year lllilll and when it comes to delivering the
goods he is -ilwavs the'e. It was always il puzzle to nppnsing ti-:uns how he inzuniged
to get under the husket and always put it tlirmigh. A valuable inun on any teuin. "Hone"
played excellent hull :ind deserves :ill praise canning: his way.
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1l1"TY" NWIIIN TH Fw "l"1:ht :tml thruw mulls." Intl: of whim-h ha- dm-s with :ln wise :md
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A t':1st lllilll is Jnliimie- :uid il Qlvlltlllilllllltl om-. Ile- mukvs himself indislwllszihle for
his in-uni work zlml :lcL'11l':1tv sliunting. A .lzlvk of all t1':14h-s, he- is Q-Wlllilllj' goud ut either
fuiwalrfl 0 g.fllZll'll. :tml in his Vvrsxltility lim-s his chief Villlltt 'l'his is his Iirst Nezu' on the
twain, hut llfll his lust hy :my lllF2lllS.
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Hill'lN'l' lllllfkil 1-nnsistvlnt lzlll thv if'llllI'0 ye-:lr :xml prnwil his utility hy right of C011-
quvst. lkml :md mlh-L-tml ill :ill times tbeiug :i luwyerl, lw swim-cl tn ZIIXVZIXS know just
what was lwst tu flu mul XVIIPII to ilu it. A gnml shut :md t':1st. hv wus :always in dt'lll2lIld
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and :ln 1lCl'lll'2llP shut he played cxccllent ltall :lftcr hitting his stride. llncli allways
preferred the offensive and never failed to take it when he deemed it necessary.
RAPE, C. A. QCYJ, FOHVVARD
Although the smallest man on the Varsity, Cy was by no means the least. Fast
and aggressive. he was in every play and made his presence felt often to the chagrin
of his opponent. An accurate shot, he was instrumental in the splendid record
which can be hung up to the credit of "Ole Miss" for '21,
In speaking of the Ole Miss basketball team of twenty-one, one invariably
says, "That sure was a fighting bunch g" and they were. In spite of a few un-
fortunate defeats we would have given tl1e title-holders at Atlanta a run for
Starting the season with small fry, we gradually worked up to fighting
shape for the trip to Starksville and Tuscaloosa. We dropped both games to
A. and M. due to rotten umpiring and a bad court, and broke even with Ala-
bama. It is safe to say that if the team had been in good condiiton we would
have taken both these games.
NVe retaliated and beat A. and M. here both games, breaking even on the
series. Alabama went down in ignominious defeat. and took it hardly by the
way. The last game was most unsportsmanlike on their part.
In the trip to Tulane and New Orleans we split the series with I.. S. IT. and
lost both games to Tulane. How we did it is a mystery, for we had the best
team of the two as many believe. A little hard luck and too much traveling
did the work.
On the whole, though, it was a very successful year.
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Nine men figured prominently in this glorious record, and special attention
should be given each.
VVho can gainsay the virtues of Happy Hathorne as a catcher? No one. For
does he not hold up a pitcher well? Has he not a goodly right arm? Can he not
hit when a hit is needed? Of course, for we all admit that Happy is one of the
greatest little catchers that ever caught a man stealing second.
Spencer Wood at short showed his ability by burning up the Delta League this
summer. Beautiful form, a sure arm, and fast as a streak of greased lightning.
Hard to pitch to, and with a good eye, he had a high batting average.
Pete Wilson had a remarkable propensity for "getting on." Sometimes he had
to use methods that the umpire looked askance at, but he got on. A good hitter,
a Iine little fielder, and all round he was a mighty steady man to have at the key-
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Enoch VVilson at first was a big factor in the number ot games won. XVith a
long reach and a splendid knowledge of the game he held down his bag admirably.
He got 'em everywhere, mighty few getting by.
All the school knows Em. Farmer. Lazy and slow, he never missed 'em in the
field, and, though he never hit except with a man on, he rarely missed then. Em.
with his plug of tobacco and his long black bat broke up many a game for us.
Calvin Barbour at center is Ole Miss's all-round man. He plays third equally
as well as he handles the outfield. Once he was on first, second was as good as his
for he stole more bases than any other player last year. Calvin's batting average
rivals that of Spencer's.
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llixon Kirk in right lield was a beautiful player. Spectacular catches were his
specialty, and manyra game has he saved for us by a catch that seemed impossible,
and for anyone but Dixon it would have been.
.Xnd now we come to the pitchers.
A, H. Carney was our captain, and one of our best pitchers. He was mighty
hard to hit for he had a mean break on his balls that battled many an old head.
His best game was here on the campus in the second A. and Nl. game.
IJ. XY. llolmes is an old head with Ole Bliss. XYith a mighty wind up and.a
wide curve he had fx. and Mfs goat pretty securely. This he ably demonstrated in
the lirst game on the campus with A. and M.
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the diamond. KlcNeise and Riddell both have a world of steam and lots of Curves.
Henderson won every game he pitched and was one of our steadieft players.
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Kirby Parks at nrst played mighty good ball for us, especially in the Millsaps
As a general utility main, Murphy aided the team materially in many pinches
and played almost any pos1tion well. Catching was his long suit, but in his side
lines he was equally proticient.
"Chief" played an important place on the pitching staff and it might be said
that he had more "stuff" than any man on the team. He could be counted on to
pitch a good steady game, and his efforts during the season were very successful.
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Commenting on last year's team is a rather vain and futile task, for it
has been discussed and admired by the whole student body for nine months, but
a summary of its work will not be out of place.
Starting the season right with Union. we next took on L. S. ll. and for nine
innings the game was hard-fought. But in the last of the ninth, with one on,
Em Farmer busted the game up with a screaming homer over right tield bushes.
Millsaps, Hattisburg Normal, S. P. U., all succumbed to the Ole Miss
machine. and when the news of the defeat of Vanderbilt was Hashed over the
wires to the waiting student body, they YVEIIT wild. Visions of the S. l. A. A.
championship loomed big in their minds, but the double defeat at A. and M.
spread gloom over all.
Could we but take the next two games here wth A. and M. our title would
be assured, and hopes ran high. The afternoon of the game the grandstand was
packed. a solid mass of color, red and blue predominant, but here and there a
sprinkling of the hated white and red iiashed about, showing that there were
enemies in our midst. Anything that would make a noise was called to the
front. and freshmen, co-eds, seniors, professors and all. vied with each other in
screaming and yelling.
The -crowd groaned when Critz lined out a. home run in the second. but
revived when Ole Miss scored twice. To make a long story short, we win. The
show was taken, boxes burned and A. and M. buried. The second game was a.
repetition of the first, only more so. After the last harrowing inning was over
and Ole Miss the victor, we went proudly about not declaiming our admiration
of the Ole Miss baseball team, but singing praises of Ole Miss S. l. A. A.
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Captain Ritchie is the only letter man in
school this year, and is the backbone of the
team. He can alvvavs be relied upon to
1 score Several points for his team, and is a
1 valuable man in many events. The broad
i jump is his specialty, but he is also an ex-
ceptionally ,good pole vaulter, and is good
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Ritchie vvoultl be a cretlit to any track
team in the South.
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Track has not as yet come into its own at this University, and does not hold
the prominent place in athletics to which it is justly entitled. This is not due to
any lack ot' material, or to a want ot' interest 011 the part of the student body,
hut due to the tact that thus far we l1ave not had the facilities of training a
track for the simple reason that we have not had a track. No man can learn to
run a hundred yards around a curve, nor can a distance runner get the proper
amount of training hy running up and down hills.
lluwever. the prospects are exceedingly bright for Ole Miss putting out a
winning track team some time i11 the near future. ln the lirst place. with the
completion ot' the new athletic field, we can hoast of one of the hest tracks in
the South. so that removes difficulty number one. In the second place, for the
first time xx e have a regular coach in track, who can devote his entire time to
this hranch ot' athletics. Thus we remove the second difficulty.
Therefore the supporters of the Red and Blue may look forward to a time
not so far distant when the l'niversity ot' Mississippi will he holding an im-
portant place in Track activities.
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Pngz' Taco Hundred Nine
A Prize Essay on Man
Man was made in dry weather.
He was made of dust.
Quite a number have never recovered from their creationg they are still dry.
It is man 's nature to be discontented.
Adam had a monopoly, but he could not be contented without some one to
For a while he knocked around over the Garden of Eden and then went
to the houseg but he had to cook his own supperg there was no stove-wood
chopped, and things were in a bad shape generally.
The next morning it was the same way. He had to make his own bed and
sweep out. His socks were dirty and his arm would run through a hole in his
sleeve. So he was dissatisfied.
The next night the Creator punished him by making one of his ribs into a
woman-a great misfortune to the race.
It has been six thousand years since that rib was lost, and yet man con-
tinues feeling for it.
This is a feeling subject.
Pursuit in this cause is said to be sweeter than possession.
After Eve got acquainted with her mate she vowed that all the men in the
world we not worth A-dam.
Goliath was a man.
He was a bigger man than old Grant. but he could not stand so many
A fop is a male who is ashamed of his sex, and attempts to conceal the fact
that he is a man.
Concealment in such cases is attended with but little trouble. It is only
necessary to part his hair in the middle.
The family man resembles an oyster on the half shell.
The shell is known at home. the soft side abroad.
Some men carry their resemblance ill their faces. A great many men have
countenances like oysters.
Job is said to have been a very patient man. He had boils all over him.
Many a man boils all over himself when the preacher reaches thirteenthly
on a hot summer day. and never thinks of the grandeur of Job's example.
It is natural for man to disregard good examples.
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Most popular boy-
Most popular profvssor-
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Best all-round athlete-
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E. H. Garner.
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Society Brand and
Schloss Bros. Clothing
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Domestic and Steam
Caney Fork Gas Coal
WEST KENTQQEXRQQJAL COMPANY
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R. MEUTER, Sales Manager
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Phe Only Engraving I,I2IlII in NIISHSSIPIII
Tucker Printing House
G R E E K L E T T E R
213 NORTH LIBERTY STREET
We Open Credit Accounts
Write for Catalog Now Ready
Founded 1835 MEMPHIS, TENN.
R. M. HEDERMAN T, M HEDERMAH
PRINTERS - PUBLISHERS
High Class Book Printing a Specialty
Cor. Pearl and Congress SIs. Cumberland Phono 1025
J A C K S O N , M I S S
I M PO R T E R S
We handle a complete
line of Builde1s Hard-
ware, Queensware, All
kinds of Electrical Sup-
plies and a Complete
University Boys Are Wel-
come At Our Store
Pagr' Tun flllllrfffri TiL'l'I1fj'-I
Largest, Handsomest and Best Furnished
Hotel in the City of Memphis
Rates: 52.00 without Bath and 353.00 and
upwards with Bath
Special rates made for during the day guests or shoppers.
Splendid Lunch Room operating in connection with the
Hotel. Tell your friends visiting Memphis where to stop.
UNIVER IT Y TORE
Books, Stationery and Lunoheonette
Tobacco and Cold Drinks
We Are Here for Your Convenience and it is a
Pleasure to Serve You
UNIVER ITY TORE
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THE BANK OF OXFORD
Biggest, Oldest and Strongest
MILLER'S CAFE lE2Yfs.1?i'E?EE
FANCY FRUITS AND CANDIES
Fish, Oysters, Sandwiches, Hot and Cold Drinks
Goods Delivered at Any Time. Special Attention to Students.
J. E. Neilson Co.
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Memphis Home of
ONE STORE ONLY
55 NORTH MAIN STREET
Missiwippik Imzaclixig Drug, Store SO-
Iuits ilu' Plill'fJll2lj1,i' Ol ull Twllliltlllfw Ol
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nt' Drugs, Toilet Ariiclvs. Diuggisi
5'uncli'iu. Stzatiwm-ry. Cigars, Cigzirrttus
C':mllx' 'vn'l Fouiiiziin Pm-ns. Pn-s1i'ip-
limi wurk zi spu izilty.
Agents for w,llllIII1lI1'S 61, lYL11l1lIIlly'N
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All mziil Or 1-rs flllccl samn' day IRf.'L'L'lYf tl
Visit us wlivn in jackson.
Simmons 81 McGee
The Old Reliable Druggists
Successors to Hunter 81 McGee, Est 1885i
J. C. McGee, Mgr.
Robert l.. Tomlinson
Victrolas and Victrola
Comer Capitol and President
431 E. CAPITOL STREET
Hot and Cold Baths
1 ff I-1LoIl1nz.1w.l 111 Pllfj'-A'I.X'
SHIRTS, UNDERVVEAR, HOSE-
The Best Value for Your Money
On Sale at A11 Good Stores
w3'.uE7c15f35dRE"SS?aET5'5'3S ICSOMPANY MEM PH IS
Write for Prices
Memphis Coal Company, Inc.
Mine Agents and Shippers
C O K E a n cl C O A L
Long Distance Phones MEMPHIS, TENN.
DRAUGHON'S PRACTICAL BUSINESS COLLEGE
Mississippiis Largest and Best Business Training School
Catalog and full information furnished upon request
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Three RESTAURANTS in Connec-
tion, Including the
F A M O U S C A V E
HEADQUARTERS FOR STUDENTS
OF ALL SOUTHERN UNIVERSITIES
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GOOD CLOTHES--- EC ON OMY
4 Good Clothes look well
T , Good clothes wear Well
Good clothes are made only by a good
. maker, sold only by a good merchant.
L As a good store we feature and recom-
lk ,YA mend HSTRATFORD CLOTHES". There-
Jil . fore you can depend upon it that these are
1' ll good clothes.
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gow HATS -....-- HOSIERY
' ' JACKSON, Miss.
E. D. Beanland
Strictly First Class Tailoring
Oxford - Mississippi
T, B, DOXEY LOGAN PHILLIPS
TA I L O R Catering to the Well
Jackson :: Miss. JAcKsoN - Miss.
Pagv Taco Illzrzdrrd Txsfntj
liuiuvrniig nf iilliazizzippi
,I he Iwunl ol the Suites Pulwlic School System
Some Lxxcnly llugmrtmunts in College oIIl,iIWuI'21l ,XVLS
Fix IJI'UIICSSIUI'Iill Schools
l-z1xx' lingincuring Illugntion Xlcllioim' IDIILIVIDZICX
Clomnmrruc nml Business ,Xllministrntion
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l7ox' eopics ulLInix'cr'sity of Xlississippi Puullctin, znlllrcss KIM
J. N. POWERS, Chancellor
UNIVERSITY OF MISSISSIPPI
"Anything in Flowers"
DECORATING and DESIGNING by EXPERTS
Capital Floral Company
Cut Flowers --Pot Flowers in Season
Texas Building Postoffice Box 313
OUI'-UF-TOWN ORDERS SPECIALIZED
Day Phone 511 Night Phone 287
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Qflt Horne and at School
LAKE 'S CELER Y
GIFFORD-CROWELL CROCKERY CO.
CROCKERY GLASSWARE E NIAMELWARE TINWARE
GALVANIZED WARE OIL CANS STONEWARE WASHBOARDS
CHIMNEYS HOLIDAY GOODS and Complete General Line
FRANK CIFFORD. Presiflent NY P, BROWN. Jr.. Ist. Yin Pm-S l
W' B. SANF1 IRD. 2nd Yi I IRI' D L IIICKSUN. SP F
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DAVIS MIZE 81 CO.
Jaclisonis Best I'IoteI
OLE MISS HEADQUARTERS
C t inly for Luncheon or Dinner. Its appropriate at all sea
s s as wholesome as good bread and butter. Delicious and Nu
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GRENADA ICE CREAM CO.
MISSISSIPPI SCHOOL SUPPLY CO.
EQUIPMENT and SUPPLIES
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QUALITY AND SERVICE
Party Dinners il Specialty
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CHAMBERS OFFICE SUPPLY CO.
"EVERYTHING FOR THE OFFICE"
"EVER YTHING FOR TYPEWRITERSU
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L. C. Smilll 84 Bros. Typewriter Co.
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Ilvnls. Iielvuirs. Sale ur EXCIIZIIIQIC
JACKSON - - IVIISS.
JONES PRINTING COMPANY
ALL KINIJS OF HIGH GRADE PRINTING
INYITATIHNS. ANNOUNCEMENTS. CARDS, ETC.
"YOURS FOR PERSONAL SERVICE"
,Iaeksfm :-: :-: Mississippi
R. C. MATI-IENY 82 CO.
.-X Complete Line of nlewelry
CLASS :mtl SOCIETY PINS and IVIEDALS
All Iiintis of Engraving Expert Watch Repairing
EAST C.,XPI'I'.fXI, STREET
jackson - - Miss.
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FORUS Visit the
The Best in
OWL TEA ROOM
Candies, Toilet Articles, The place For a party
Stationery, Tobaccos, and
Cigars EAST CAPITOL ST.
JACKSON - MISS. Jackson Miss.
CARTER'S DRUG STORE
OLD RELIABLE CLEANERS
Cleaning, Pressing, Dyeing and Repairing
"THEY LOOK LIKE NEW?"
W T M COMMERCIAL
' ' PAINT SHOP
Ph0tOgf3phef ALL IQINDS OF PAINTING
KODAK WORK EXCEPT BA"
JA MODERN EQUIPMENT
N ,l. S. ROBERSON. Manager
OXFORD - MISS.
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