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

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C5 L. ,S IQLS ur Siu 'S-rc gl QUQLQLLQI UU 521 2 o 1715 b!,uclzqL.-, aryl 4544, U rp ve r'- Q.r.iL1 1,5 Q1 , Y IJ r K it-f' his-, U1 QU 5, fi L, 'L r Irv5b S r - Q uve' 'Jo 1 2, J.. eg 1 K- L9 P .., IQLCL7 L L H1 C L 4 1 ,L 2l.,t3C S' 5 M Q So Z ClZG,P f lcln L 4 L74 0 1. x 'L . L X f x lx 5 Men A limi! IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII. I .: :. I- -I I- -I I- -- I I I. -I .I fn searching for something new we have been I. I forced to turn to something old enough to be I -I new: we are compelled to agree with the sage -- -I who said: "There is nothing new." lo find a -- I background, a foundation. on which to build I I- Ole Miss of IQZZ, we could not thread the -I -I ma7es of time and seek out that which had not .- .I come to pass, but must needs have brushed the I. I dust off the gone. but not forgotten, past, and I I- sought that which might fit in with our institu- - -I tion, as characteristic of its students, its location. - l its atmosphere, ln the heart of the South, our I I- horilon must be directed toward it, as developed -I -I from the original efforts of those old.Southern - -I gentlemen and those men of colonial days. I- I whose ideas and ambitions first breathed life I I- j into the spirit of the South's education, that hori- -- -I zon led us to the colonial background, with its ll I "lVlarsus" and "lVlissus," its mansions an car- I I. Q riages. We hope that our thoughts and that -- I- 7 our results shall so be accepted by our readers '- -I that these ipcgi slllalltl become a part and a clrar- I- I acterlstlc o e iss. I -I And if those things which have been con- .- I- structed upon this background, our pictures, our -I I records, our poems and jokes: in short, our book, I -I shall equally afford you that enjoyment, that -- -I pleasure, that fellowship towards your fellow - I students, which other books of the I I- past and the future have succeeded I- -I in doing, and if later when the frost - ll M, of age transposes your joys from -I I IW future expectations to memories and I I- reminiscences of your. past, your - -I best days, these pages aid in making .- I those hours in which we attempt to I -. recall your happiest days, among - I- yourldbrightest, we shall not have - II consi ered our work in vain. I: I- -I I-I-I.l-I-I-I-I-I.I-I-I-I-I- -I-I-I-I-I-I-I-I-I-I-I-I-I-Ill JWI IRQ 0' 2 JI 'M 1 AME Qi 9 I QIPDE OfB00lfff Qlap er I 3 CQVLGUUIVEDQPITV Gai-Ap16r II q arhQCLAdzfQQf Glc3xfJ+QI" III ,QTHLETICCJD 5 ivcxpller nz 1 opczxmlzzmomv Gzapjfert I CE NUDE 0X M OLE MISS . llllllu- , WQQLf M We EH EIII.'II1IIlUllIl1n-br, . I X .JH 9 gmfi'-QQ ii YsLJ2?f gjlfegr iiifgw' V OLE Editorial MISS Staflb' . ,V H I,. HXRRI5 XI l!UX1.e I-'IH If 1 ... f..:'e. , NX 59 ' 1 Page cighl O L E M 1 S S M mxrrrflllw ' wluuuflg 1 K: " mmm fm ,,...... all In ..... MISS MARY GEORGE KINCANNON Sponsor .qllllllll lllllllmr '--X O L E M I S S C, KD x C ,wgiVQx- 1 ' hgh. 2, K nu r.m1QQ1'UIHw rn111qm ky "fm - , fr 1 xx Ev 'lllll Will' XM? J I mi OLE BUSINESS 60 .X mb 5 em 5 N 1 ' 'J STAFF 7 M. B, HOVVORTH .'1.ssi.slanl Business .Vrmager MARY HOWARD PITCHFORD f1xaoc'iale Husirwsm lfanager ,L ff fi? ' vm - A I , "Vi, ' 7,5 f',, X ,. 2.-, C A. 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Aint! f' 5' .'I?l'f'.'l!fH' 'I' ML W Q 0'-1' T 3 ' ' -L-:fur-1 1 'wi S. -J F . .,-T -V '1 5 T , . F M 'T 016 Miss Board of Control FACULTY MEMBERS XV. C. MURPHY . . .......... ..... C huirman j. XV. BELL , .......... . . Faculty Member STUDENT MEMBERS R. I. SCHWARTZ T. j. TUBE j. D. LlPscoMa OUIDA PRICE R. M. SMITH Page llvelvc ff-I 1 is! Q? J 0 L E M15 5 , W ..,..... mmmlllllllllflwgiii .....,,,, Q mmummlnlll lIllIlIIlllllllllmnmllllllllllulllln Pe fif JB I I 5 ....... mllll l-..... 9 ig-.jj "By nalure and by arl, Alike with massive beauly grandly crowned." 1 1 1 I N I I A i i F -A A OLE MISS - Mlm 1 Q35 "Radium: adorned oulside: a hidden ground Of though! auslerily within." -ARNOLD Page sfxlcen O L E M 1 S S i .,,...... WW W... ....,,, mx .,,E:?4 I V X! lllall Page seventeen "lf all the pans that ever poets held had fed the feeling of their maslefs tlwuglwts, Toward one great end, thy glory-nay, not then, not yet migl1l'st thou be praised 0lIOUgll of men." -SWINBURNE. I . A .,..mWHmg....m,,, 0 L E M IS S 5',,'H x ffl. xx Q QQKK hmfrffi fRL7n...,, ' 1..1 u111.L:1 1 I - ""IIIIUUIIHUIIHIIYIIIIIUUUIXHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIQIIZILIIIIIXLIHIIIIX I -ful? 22311111 'lp x ff J , M! ' 3 1 C ' I 4, ' lr X, XT 'I lj X Xi Q SM. 22 K ':..-: 1 i X I f 1.1 .A r 1 gi , f 5 .a"':4' V f .ff "Emil: has lm! anyllwfng lo shun: more fafrg H1111 nvnulll lu be of :mul lvfm could pass by A Afglll so luuching in ilb nlajcslyf' -NVORDSWORTH. Page cighleen A S " " " "llllfU" f "llllIl"" " "" I I 315135 I I I Page nineleen x A i l "Here all is beautiful! The mulling Boughs have such a slrangc, full .sounJ." lllmu lllr OLE MISS 1 l mlnll lmwr s CH., N,-X K, l Ll ' fTi:5l-VY xx -Q wQ,.,.,n " D Q g nu munnunmmlIi::'1'1Iuun ' M frrnrmm l C 'J 4 Kfj v-C Where physics, wireless and astronomy Would seek lo bring the earlh and slars in harmony. -Anonymous. Page lmcnly Ill A D :lull 9 -umm O MW fy? O L E M 15 S nn nn -111ff' 'flllllllllll 'lllIllII""""-'-'- Page lwenly-one "Where o'er books men of future achievement Bend low lhefr heads, while bums lhe midnfghl oil." wulmlll l umm.. O L E M 1 S S I , 4 , , X15 ' J H11 Qj1m unmnmnmm I I ' 3 -In ' '- ':, Q u, I 'ulillllll c ,X "Most cafm fha! reverend chamber .shall ye fiml, Silenl, al firsl Tuul for lhe noibc you malfc MIIICII on the brazen Joor your hand you lay To .shui fl aflcr you." -Moons. Page lnwenly-Iwo O L E M I S S Q.1'14i ' mllllllllll llIIil!I1""' HIHQ11 f LJ .D Q if? ff f? I 1 is ff ly-lfwree "Thcrc's noughl bu! U 11 In every hour Ural p Wflal sfgnlfcs Ill If An' 'flvcre noi for th I O CICO BURNS. M OLE MISS C" uv M A wwf v QQ A 3 XX 'N X' s?...1:1frfL?::m-f HJ fmUHU IHfUI.'1UUII1HUmU I ,ig1.,3l'1 ,yjlllwgv-ix, 'Jr X"----xxh-f-Hfb gl .l " F-W - :Vw K b, , pw CHANCELLOR jOSEPH NEELY POWERS Page lwenly-four I m 3 ,L ,,.... -nlllillli. .,,. I 7? Page twenty-five .JE O L E M I S S '.4. 'm l'5!,! A .,,,,., IIInl llllltltflmmwnI ..,,,,, , University of Mississippi OFFICERS OF INSTRUCTION AND ADMINISTRATION JOSEPH NEELY POWERS, M.A., LL.D. Chancellor ALFRED HUME, C.E., D.SC., LL.D. Vice-Chancellor, ana' Professor of tllathematics ALFRED WILLIAM MILDEN, B.A., PH.D. Dean of the College of Liherat Arts and Professor of Creek. CHRISTOPHER LONGEST, B.A., PH.D. Registrar and Professor of Spanish. ALEXANDER LEE BONDURANT, A.B., M.A. Professor of Latin Language and Literature. DAXi'ID HORACE BISHOP, M.A. Professor of English Language and Literature. CALVIN S. BROWN, M.S., D.SC., PH.D. Professor of tltodern Language and Literature. WINN DAVID HEDLESTON, A.B., D.D. Professor of Philosophy anct Ethics. WILLIAM LEE KENNON, M.S., PH.D. Professor of Physics and Astronomy. JOHN NESBITT SWAN, A.M., PH.D. Professor of Chemistry WALLACE C. MURPHY, A.B., A.M. Professor of History. ROBERT TORREY, B.P. Professor of twathematics. B. L. ROBINSON, A.B., M.D. Professor of Hygiene and Head of the Department. VICTOR ALDINE COULTER, PH.D. Assistant Professor of Chemistry. ARTHUR PALMER HUDSON, B.S., M.A. Assistant Professor of English. LEONARD DELONC. WALLACE, B.A. Assistant Professor af English. L. P. HAUMONT, A.B. Assistant Professor of French. L. KATHRYN LOVETT Assistant Director of Hygiene, and Co-ect Athletics. DRANE LESTER, B.A. Assistant Professor of Latin. f 4i IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII O L E M 1 S S . III IIIII . Slim. .IHELPH A C: 'T' ' 1 PM A. H. SCOTT, B.S. Assistant Professor of Physics. WALLER S. LEATIIERS, M.D. Dean of Nleclical School, Professor of Histology. JOSEPH OTTERBEIN CRIDER, M.D. Professor of Physiology. CHARLES F. DEGARIS, A.B., M.D. Professor of Anatomy. PAUL R. CANNON, A.B., PH.D. Professor of Pathology aml Bacteriology. HARRISON R. HUNT, B.S., M.A., PH.D. Professor of Biology. JOHN C. CULLEY, A.B., M.D. Assistant Professor of Minor Surgery and Physical Diagnosis. G. H. WOOLLETT, PI-I.D. Assistant Professor of Chemistry. WILLIAM HEMMINGWAY, LL.D. Professor of Law. THOMAS CHARLES KIMBROUGH, PH.B., LL.B. Dean of School of Law. JOHN H. DORROH, B.E. C.E. Dean of Engineering School. DONALD F. MCLEOD, C.E. Professor of Municipal Engineering. HENRY MINOR FASER, PH.C.. Dean of School of Pharmacy. PETER W. ROWLAND, M.D. Professor of Pharmacology. JAMES WARSAW BELL, B.PH., A.M. Dean of School of Commerce and Business Administration. ARTHUR BOONE CROSIER, B.S. Professor of Accountancy and Secretarial Worlg. OLIVER ABBOTT SHAW, B.PH., A.M. Dean of School of Education. F. E. FARQUEAR Professor of Education. RAYMOND LEONARD SULLIVAN, PD.B. Professor of Physical Education and Director of Athletics. 1 MRS. EDNA LOWE EATMAN, A.B. Dean of Women, Professor of Home Economics. Page twenty-six ..v-f"-' . 3:-Z'-' C, :ws - GCT' "',Q QQ? A 0 L E M 1 s S M WM I , X un Page Ilvenly-ni gy, 'x -::TT?U1'IU7IIZJll un " f'1QMaa2fM5 V 'N fifx Q Hr-X11 1 MSD I 45 -?"- ' . 1" If 'ii l' I7 ,I . th , X ' I ',w' n l".- " . I rf, N wwf . . ll" Hin -. fri? 5 5' . fel' st- -I lm' 1. I 'ttf K5 'A ft. it . 4 4 aff., ML? A Wh' pt ,. V 'W-. ' ,v xx... ith.,-Sf. L1 g' N7 1 Ngj, .x--' l I I I l t I .wViI l GRADUATES xv--7'T' it .LI l u .y ' - ' OFFICERS THOMPSON MCCLELLAN, B.S., A fl' E, President . . West Point, Miss. BACHELOR OF LAW 1 i-'-S' "ln politics he beats the best, ' 'px Therein his .Success lies." I . -1 Hi-I'Inae:III '1!4-'20-'21-'22. SVt'l'r'llll'X' 'lin Fritii' '30, PI-I-side-IIt '215 Mississippian. '. 'gii.'31, Hrnirti rIt't'ii1IiI'rII, l'lI'l"t!litllfltl :Init Assistant Business Manager' '20, Busi- lx, ' 3 li I ness M:1IingeI"!1: Hi-d and Hilti-1'lut.i1 National 1'4iIIIInit1-G-Inari Alpha Phi Epsiluug Y I , In t Y M. V. A. f'Ulltlf'il and Vuliirret. Sewe-IaI'3' ul' Vutiinet 'lit-'!IP: Gurrlnri Hall Board ,g, I iii 1'lHlll'l1l, '114-'201 St?f'l'tJl2iI'y A, S. B.. '19-'!4'Ig Iritt-I1-fills-gigito lfHb2ift'l', 'lflti Junior' XA J l'I'IiIn Durive Vornrnittr-i-, 'yug Yr-lltww Lrrigsz Aint-rii-an Lwgirini Blat-kstoriv t'lutig 0 t UI-tiltioii I'luIi3 Lan l.itiI'aI'ian. '21-'Zig Alumni Assot-iatiiiiig l"lt'l'k t'IIiu-rsity If IJl'1tl'llK"4' 4'lPUl'l, l'ix'il Term. I "Mac" has always taken a great interest in student work, especially that pertaining to his profession. 1 He will be particularly missed in the literary societies, and has done splendid work for the Mississippiarr. ' . f , He leaves us with one of the highest honors, "President of the Graduates. vt ., r "' I , . . . "f . 'Iii ' I SIDNEY B. BERRY, B.S., A fl' lt, Vice-President . . . . . . Braxton, Miss. t i- -' Ig' 5 BACHELOR OF LAW 4' X' -- 55' ' in . ' -- ei" I fu His honors are honors that s ea or themselves. "5" 'I' jllgth' dihiclf I" 't., .t t- usl oo a is recor , en ju ge or yourse ves. H ' lf' ' BS. with special itistinr-tit-II. 'Ili-'Z13 l,l'l"Slllf'llI Junior' Law Vlilss, '20-'21g Presi- l A I, I is il-'ut unit Vritii-. Phi Signiai, 'IU-'Zig I'i'-rsirlvrit A. E. I". t'luti, '21g YiCl'-Pl'tfSill9t1l tagyvr. llii Sigma 'SIL 'l'I't-zIsur--i- 't!tg 't'I-Q-zisirn-I' Masonic- Ululb. 'lfltg Blavkstune- Clutig ' ,dal Mississippian ltuziril -if t'uIItrul. '20-'ZIQ Sw-I'et:II'y 1-1' Goriloii Hall llfiaiwlirig Vluh, f' '21-'ZZZ Mississimiizin Eilit-Iriul Stat? '20-'HL AlZlllZ1g1i'l'lGll and Editorial Stattf Oli- Miss. 'Z13 Y. M. 4'. A. 1':Itiinet '31, Vtiurit-il 'ittg Taylor- Medal in English, '20, H lt - t lIiti-I'i-nllr-:i:itf- lwliaitt-Ig 'Zta Ulass Spvzrki-r' 1'Iiiiiirii-tif-vim-Iit ul' '2l. ' 5 "Sid," with his quick grin and his keen sarcasm. is known to us all for his happy-go-lucky air. but ':-.4-7' l underneath lies a sympathy for his fellows that amounts to love. His record IS more than enviable- 4' l""' 'U a record few have equaled and none surpassed. I I ADDIE ELIZABETH MCCAIN, B.A., Secretary-Treasurer . . Greenwood, Miss. BACHELOR OF LAW A Hof noble mind, serene and kind." lx Ute Miss Stuff, 'QIIL Mississippiziri Stuff. '20-'ISL Greek :init Latin Vlutisg Pix-sidr-nt I ut' Y. XY. l'. A.. 'Silt Vive-l'I'isSiilI-lit Ot' First Yi-slr' Law Vlass, '31-'22, Blztelistune , Vlulig Taiytor' Medal in Biiilflgy. 'lftp "Blur-s," '3Hf'2l: 'l'lie Ravens: Svcr-etary and Q fi' rl't'r'8Stll't'l' ill' llmduzttr-sz B.A. with ilistirit-tiini. '20-'31, V s ' r Q. . . . . . ... - -5' The-gentle murmur of the tiny stream tricklmg sweetly oer llS mossy bed, the sweet fragrance of the P4-Y t..-. narcrssus, the strength. the innate beauty. the silent majesty of a Grecian column, the purity of the Q. whites! lily is Addie. A student, a worker, a friend, and, more than all, a true woman. 'Xxx A . 0, ' .flw w . Nfl Q .ii "' auf x ' - 'I S .1 ev .- I t ,4 f i N I 5 9 ' f . cf " s :Vg ' ' J N . P Q ' In X V A , I X g, 4' ' 4 t rw ,,,, x r AW. f. 7?.,... l r l I I l l K W. - I . l ri .I A L- ,,,1JL,sL 47 J ff XX. . Y 1 W' W I G RA D U A T E S ' r A .HS r 'Xxx 'XX . W ' "-N W 41" . . 1 TWT 1 , ' I. A 1 i . 4 A 'I . T ,fr , Louis PAUL FIRMIN HAUMONT, B.A.. . . . . . University, Miss. l MASTER OF ARTS ' .. 1 I am a man: - 1 deem nolliing human alien lo me." 5 ' , I l Vnirersitr of Paris: F11-iii-li Fiulmg Faculty. -.-,fit vi, -r -. Ole Miss IS not only glad lo name Prof. Haumonl among her faculiy, but proud that his lVl,A. will g,.,',: rf l be in her name. lt is always an honor for Mississippi to number a man of France among her students. 5.15. ...z J 1 - -' v., ., . l ARNOLD HENRY SCOTT, B.S., A eb E . . . . . . Lucedale, Miss. W ' MASTER OF ARTS 'VPVM , S A ' I: f .. f l . man lo be depended upon. -' l I I 4 l Stuchnt Assistant Physics. 'IS'-'20-'31-'!2g Dvlvgate In Student Volunteer Cori- '.-l' ' 'll' fa 1 vention at Drs Moines, 'jug Ainerivarn Infgion, Treasurer '20, Hermaean. - ff in ll r ' 4 ' '. fl' r ' i l Arnold not onl lakes his second universi cle ree, but ls a member of the facult who has been trained , iff "1" l . y - g 44 y tv i ll lr 4' by Ole Miss. He has never seemed lo mind worlc and has learned more than necessary. "- fl' -',' ,, X fi , , ,, , . . ffl 3 DRANE LESTER, B.A., .1 l, A C11 E . . . . . . Batesville, Miss. ' 1 1 1 . MASTER or ARTS ' ' Long experience made him a sage. . 1,1 President Junior Vlassg Presiilt-nt Serilrlulers, '21: Y. NI 4' A Council, 'lS-'1iI- '20-'21, Palminet '20-'21, 'Vic-e-Presirlent '2l: "M" Club 'IN-'154-'2IfI"21-'32, Trvas- -, urn-r '19, Prrsident '20-'31: A. A. A. H. Vlub '19-'20, Treasurer '20, Sf-rrt-tary 'l9g V' University Club. '20-'Sli Varsity Basketball, 201215 Varsity Baseball, 'IN-'lib . l '30"31- f'73Dl21i11 '311 Greek fflub 'IN-'19"24l-'31, President 'lftz I"re-sident Latin 1' 5 I Club, '31: Oli' Miss, Military Book '19, lNllSf't'll?lIlP0US '20, Eilitoi'-ii'-Chief 'Zl: lt I. Editor of Mississippian. '21, Mississiplrian, 'IN-'19-'20-'31, Playset-il Letters: Board , of Control, '21g Hermaezrn '18-'19-'30-'2l4'2!. Vice-F'iw-sirleiit 'lflg First Srvealivi' Anniversary Day. 'l9: Intercollegiate Delvrrts-r, '20-'!1: YVinner State Orzrtorit-al l Contest '20, Representative '1S-'19, Ailvisory tfounoil anrl Executive ffmninittee, Q' 1 A, S. B. '20-'31, Vioe-President '!11 Gordon Hall Board ot' twmntrnl, 'Ely Taylor i . l Medal in Latin, 'Zig Bryan Medal, '2l: Student Instruf-tor in Latin, 'Zig Rhodes I ff I Scholar, '22, , ,l l 1 I Drane leaves us lo go to anolher Oxford, and goes as another to continue to hold up Ole Miss' standards ' i l , in English schools. Hrs absence .will be keenly felt, and a decline in the number of Freshman Lalin - ' l , students would hardly be a surprise. I . 4 ,' , 1 I nl 4' ' 4. :iff sl l 1 T .W , If - '- ' .. 9- A 2 J 5 y 1- .- A , ' l - 'V' 'rf' ' AR k 1 .,,cI.'-fwfr A " a ' A LY. K ff: N. x l .J . i i i I i I l 'T T"" . i l f . , , . ALGNZO PiiEi.Ps GEORGE, B.S., A fl' la ...... . Nina Yuma, Miss. ' BACHELOR OF LAW "A student, an athlete, and a man." lit-i'iii:ir':iii1 V:ii'sity Fmwttisill, 'IN-'lit-'jtlg Sl't'l't'lfl!'y "M" t'liiti, 'li-'lbdg l'iu-5-iitln-nt A. A. .X. H., Alzisnriit- Vlulig 'l'i"':isiii'vr ut' A. S. lip Yiw--l'i'e'4i4it'11t AIIll'lll'2ill l.t'L1lUIl, 'IU-'Zig Y, M. t'. A, t1illllCil. 'li-'IM Itzisr-tinll Xl2lllllt,Qt'l', 'lllg Atliletim- liitilm' ' "llle- Miss," 'Zig 1'llSlillllIlll "M" t'luli llziiiw- Vniiilriitli-v, '21, 1' "Jap" has done so much for Ole Miss that we hardly dare mention one thing, for fear that something i more important has been left out. For instance, just loolc through our athletic section. 'Ujap' did it." . l M. BECKETT HOWORTH, B.S., A df E . . . . . West Point, Miss. 1 MEDICINE "Dost lhou love life? Then do not squander time, for that is the slug life is made of." l'll'l'lllJl!'1lll. 'IUJZI-'32, S1'vi'i-tziry, 'Zig Naitiomil I'-viiiiniite---in'in of Alpha I'lii Epsiloii, '21-'Zig llhlitur lli-i'mLit,-:in lssui-, lXllSSlSSilllllllIl, 'Zig Ulm- Miss Erigzim-vis. 'Ill-'Zlj Fwrtllzill Squziul. 'Stl-'tl-'32, 'l't-vliiiiviziii in liiiliigy, '10-'Sli Ftutleiit Ag- sistziiil iii l'li3'sivs, 'IU-'jig 'l'l'ilt'li. 'LIU-'21, luilllilllvl' 'I'l':ii'k Tl-'1lll'l. 'El-'Zig Ula- Miss I'liutn2l':llPlllL' l'Itlilui'. '30-'Zig liilitlll'-ilift'lllvli 1 li- Miss, 'Ill-'22, tile- MiSs Rliodi-S ,l S--liwlzirsliili Vziinliilqiit-, 'Jil B.S. with -listiiim-tiwii, '20-'2l. , 1 The student body elected Beckett the busiest man on the campus, and many who lcnow him best call him a genius. His record at Ole Miss is remarkable both for scholarship and for varied activities. He has a master mind accompanied with an insatiable thirst for endeavor, and great ambition linlred with the highest and noblest ideals. WILBERNE MCNEASE, lVl.D, Certihcate, .-l T .el . . . . Indianola, Miss. BACHELOR OF SCIENCE "Not over serious, not too gay, , But a rare good fellow." Kell :mtl Blur- Vlulig 1'i'ows N--st Vlulig Presiulinl Juni-ii' Mi-rl Vlass, '203 Mwlii-al i . 1't-ititivzitv with ilistiiivtiuii, 'EIL Ill--tlivzil Vinh: A. S. li, ti., 'lin-'gfug Gttrtlun Hall l1u:ii'alitlg.: t'llllr, 'lllflltli Y. M. t', A. Vnliirivl, 'IT-'IY-'lit-'Zllg Svninii' l'1't,iyn, Dang-Q Voiiiiiiittf-1-, '20-'21, "Bl" tluli Dziiim- Vuriiniitti-1-. 'ZH-'ZIQ Varsity ltzrsf-trail, 'lN-'19- Zo, Vit-.--l'i'esitlviit lfotillimi Vluli, 'El-'22, l l ln addition to his literaijy worlc, "Mac," aspiring to the title of ..PIOfCfS0f.'. has been teaching the junior "'lVleds" what he learned of anatomy. and the majority have found it "too much for one man." i h E iif'-"" -if I i., ,'-"' ,- 1 , ,A if -' 2' '-1 1 'QQ 1 -5 . , , tl A I sfxsfx I 'N 55'-Y' . , x 4 ' I J Q F- Y i 1 l l 1 I l 1 l t i l 1 i i l i 4 l l l i ly e I :J -i G RA D U T E S ' i 3 ROBERT J. FARLEY, BA., A fl' E, I l' ..... . Oxford, MISS- BACHELOR OF LAW "None but himself can lac his parallel." Red and Blue- Uluhg Presitlent ol' Scrihlili-l's, '191 Atlvvrtisimlf Mainarsgei' Missis- sippian, '17-'18, Ute Miss Staff, '17-'ISL tiltlitui'-inet'liiet' Ulf- Miss, 'lttg Pri-sith-nt Hermae-mi. 'lsg Y, M. ti A, tmuricil, 'IN-'lflg Vniversity Ululig Pr.-sith-nt Semi-ir Lit., '19, Vit-ie-Presitlr-lit A. S. B. U., '19, St-wrt-tary Alplm Phi Epsil-in, '21-'IIS Pre-sitlt-nt First Year l.uw, '21-'22, St-ruli Fnutliull, '21-'32, Blaivksttiiit- Vlubg Hk'l'I118k'Zlll AlllliX't't'Sill'l1lH. 'Lil-'Ill "Bob" left us to teach school last year, and is now back again to prepare for the bar. His return is quite an advantage for the literary societies, student publications, and his Class. LUCY ROBINSON SOMERVILLE, B.A., A 0 I7 . . . . Greenville, Miss. BACHELOR OF LAW "Sincere ana' true to her own helicfs, With a brilliant original miml: A leader who's fearless and strong aml juslg A girl of the highest lfimlf' FLA., HzuimlnlpliAM:u'uri5 Stuff Mississipiiiuii. 'Il-'Zig llislnriain .luniur l.:ixv Vlziss. 'Zig Sec-i'1-tzii'y M:u'iurivtlo-s '21, If'l'vSi1l--lit 'ZZQ Hlzieksttiiii' l.:iw Vluli, 'l'ht- liziverisg lhlt'lTIlJl'l' Stucli-nt Imitislzitivi- Uwriilit-il. Lucy not only proved to the lawyers that a woman can excel in jurisprudence, but that some women have executive ability and leadership. This makes us observe that one dOesn't have to be great of body to be great of mind. THOMAS JEFFERSON TUBB, B.S., A 111 E .... . Amory, Miss. BACHELOR OF LAW "With his real sharp tongue and his ready mil, As a lawyer he Can'l lfccp from malfing a hit." President ul' the A. S. B., '20-'21, Pri-siitent I'lI:l'Ul1ll'3ll, '20, Presitlent Aliilizi I-'hi Epsilon, 'Zig Piw-siilvnt SOpliOrnOr'a-s. '10, S+-i-iw-tai'y Gtirtltin Hall lhniwliiig Vluli, I , '20-'L13 t'h:1i1'm:in Briar-il nt' Uoiitiwil. 'lic-'ZW Nutiunzil Vit--1-1'i1-still-iit .Xlptiu l'lii Epsilon, '21-'ZZQ Business AlilI11'tgt'I' Missi:-Ksippiairi. '31-'SQL St-1-ri-tziry .tiiwrivaiii Legion. '301 Y. M, l'. A. Vzilrillet. 'l'l'I'1lSlll't'l' '20-'UIQ Prvsitlt-lit Mas-villa' Vlnti, 'Il- ii 'LLL A. A, A. H.: Ext-eutive 1'0l1ltlIllIt'4' Trai-k Fund: Iwlmting: Vuiirit-il '21-""" Ajiliuirial Staff Ole Miss. 'LIU-'2l1 Iiuzird til' t'iinti'iiI ltlississippizni. '3lIA'2'lg St-iiiili F00llJ!lll, 'lil First Spf-ziltvi' fit-'l'lHZl.4'1lll AI1lliYl'l'S1ll'j', 'ljlbg lritvi'erill+'Lfi:itv lwtiate-r'. L-tillegiute lititiziter. 'Zig imtilliun Vlub, 'Zig Law l.ilii':ii'i:in, '21, tilt- Miss 130,11-ti , 'of Uontrwl, '2I1.. Tubb is proof Of the old adage, "Every Tubb must stand on its own bottom." and he has shown himself perfectly capable of doing so. He has held the highest positions that the students can give: he takes away two degrees and 2. wealth of legal learning. l 1 lil s ' L K J' 'sq 1 '. a . ,f ,, W, . .nu :J ,. IW' u . ,Wg , Q 1 r 4... I L . . ..' A .xn- .jl - ---.1 . I ,II V jj 41 -.X 5' - 4:-9 eng..-4 , . 'fs fff! ls. . .y, -req Q J. lg . 9 iii: f Y J. . .' . 5 A ' 1 A v A il . A 4' "' ' 'uf J.. . . .jrr .,, A , ,a -- 1 - it , . .' ' L. ,. .' n nz.. , ' Y 9' -,Q .f 5 .. . ., .- -,. .,,... ff, . -ali -15'-A - f - 4-"' ' "' ' 1"". . ' "H :"'- " .a:' v'-,.' un- -opa- N VV'--va . - --uw W . A . - . -.1 . z - ' :.. 1 . L- f. ff- -rises'-' if-,-'-5 GRADUATES J. C. HATHORN, BS., I Y .......... . University, Miss. BACHELOR OF LAW "He passes his hours among his lmolfsg You find ii in his bleary looks." Hrluni l'iiz1-, 'Illg Varsity Rzrsvlvzxll. 'IU-'Ill Tziylul' Alvllill in t'iit-inistry, 'Zig Svriii- hir-rs' Vinh: Aint-rivan Legion: Mississippian Stuff. 'Zig Hifvi'--tziry-'1'r'1-asiiiwi' .Iuiiior Law Vlzrssi Student Assistant in Iiistf-ry. 'tl-'Zi "Happy's" election as best student in i922 leaves no doubt as to his ability and to the fact that he is a worker. He helped us down A. and M. in baseball, and is always mixed up in the important campus happenings. EDWARD LEE RUSSELL, B.S., A fb II K A . . Jackson, Miss. MEDICINE "By breeding sharp, by nature confrlenlf' Millsaps Vollege. 'lvi-'ITNIZPQ Aint-ri:-an ingifui: Ser-i'et:1i'3"i'i'r-asllrei' A. IC. F. Vluiv. 'jig ltppiwtr-i', Vliziplziiii, Vive-I'i'esiri+-rit Phi Siginzi, 'UU-'Sig Y, M. P. A. 1'ivunr'il. 'IU-'31, Vziiiiiivt '31-'SQL BI-tlivzil t'luiv1 Stud-'nt .-Xssistzint in Anritumy, '21-'23, Somehow, Lee learned that there was another school than Millsaps. and immediately decided that Ole Miss was a better place from which to receive a udipf' He is assisting in guiding the young anat- omists aright. CHESTER LAMAR SUMNERS, B.A. ........ . Marietta, Miss. ' BACHELOR OF LAW "A mil that is as dry and as explosive as dynamite." Frwttnill. '17-'lflg Ilgiskiltimil. '1N-'SML Iiitr-rwnllt-gigire Uvhzitvi-, 'yung Phi signml I'rtfsi1lerit. '1!t-'30, Annix'i--rsziriuii 'ZUQ HI-' Miss Staff, '2n3 Masiniie tjutig BML with miistiiivtifiri, 'ZW Alert and able, Sumners has been active in every phase of University activities. As a politician or as a pleacler he never fails through lack of energy or eloquent speech. i l l r I l l f. it -1, if gi, 2 slr MIKE LEROY LINCH, Ph.G. ..... . Benton, Miss- B.S., M.D. "Even a single hair casls its shadow." Ami-rioan I.:-giving Clie-inisti-y Prize, 'jug Mmlivzil Vluhg A. and M. Vulliagp. '1-ls '15J11ig Pharmacy Assistant. lVlilce found that he'd like medicine better than pharntacy, and is remaining with us to see if he can absorb anatomy. lVlilce's hobby is hunting chestnuts. JAMES BAXTER ORR, BA. . . . . . Birmingham, Ala. "A smiling countenance is no small advantage." B.A., Hampslen Sirlnr-y. Orr came to us from Hampclen Sidney and is specializing in worlc preparatory to becoming a physical instructor. Would that she could send us more like him. JOHN EDWARD MCCALL, LLB., .nl 'D E ..... . Hattiesburg, Miss. BACHELOR OF LAW "Whose power shed around him a constant influence." Sv-on-tary .-Xin:-rivan Legion. 'jug Vhupluin l'Im-imnfxiii, '2tlg Vie-v-Pri-sitlvnt Masimirg Flub. 'UIQ Blackstfme l'Iul.1: Hula Ulty Vluhg A. li. F, Vluli, Post Voiiiinaiidei' Anwrioan Legion, '211 M. N. V.. '14-'15, '15-ilti. "Mac" has ready Irish wit and an imposing manner. He will fill with dignity the high position that life assuredly holds out for him. 453' I .,' - ' .vi '. u 0 ' x, . -.v'?r 1 J x- n I i I I l I i I, 1 in ix ' .7 I 5 . 'C .QM ' WILBURN SUBER SMITH, LL.B., A fl' E .... . Oxford, Miss. BACHELOR OF ARTS "The hancl lhal follows inlcllccl can achieve." Y. M. t'. A. Vmirri-it '19, Vnhiiiet 'UUQ lritf-I1-ull:-giutv In-tmtirig t'4uim'iI, 'lil-10: I 1 .R.- ,gf x :" nl. Xl l X. I ali: x 1 'F-. Mi . . 'I - sxfilif 3. -L, -'. si I I I ft is l'r-sidvnt lilzivlislmie Vluh. 'lltg Vlnss llisturizm, 'ZOQ llunoi' l'uun1-il. 'lftg Iiziw I.itn'nI'i:IIi. 'Wg Ili'-I'11I:1v:iII, 'lit-'20-'21, Preaching talces up so much of Smitlfs time that out of classes he is rarely seen at all. A friend to everyone, and a student equal to any. ANNETTE MEBANE . ...... . Hickory Flat, Miss. MEDICINE "Ever gentle, and so gracious with her learning." Y. NY, ti A. Vzihiriet. 'ttf-'Zip ltlississippizin t't:Ifl', '193 Oli- Miss Staff. 'Zlg M, S. M., HI-1-I-k l'llllT1 Hnriur t'ullllm'ilL Medii-:rl Fluhg Student Assistant in Biology. 'ltlg r1er:I':-t:II'y-'l'ri-nsliiw-I' Junior Mi-fliczil Ulassg 'l'l'l,'3SIll'lfl' A. S. B. O. Annette is another co-ed who is successfully braving the test of a Doct0r's degree, and is easily proving that woman can accomplish things as easily as man. WILLIAM PIERRE ROBERT, B.S ....... . Slarksville, Miss. MEDICINE "Shortly his fortunes shall be liflcd higherg True iluluslry flolh kindle honoufs fire." A. and M. Cults-ge: ltlc-:tical Club. '21-'22. After Pierre received his "Lit" frcm A. and M., he discoxerecl that no medicine could be learned among the ccws ancl poultry, ancl so left his hc-me to come to Ole Miss and learn one of the best cf professions. We are fortunate in lrasing him again next year. p L If 6 . I N. fail! L' -' M, ' - I ,l WN ...Ll ff. '! L i ',,',. ' 'N 11 '.. Jr ' ' 4 qt! - V I Q . 1 . . .' N 5 , .7, 7 4 -1.- ,. I xl ,I It I I l 14-' r-?1-'Q ' : . A H3 T-lim ' -3 I. Y f N Q ' x . 4 ,, . A 'v,f42 S'H1Tf X X X W' f I ,QS x E V xx fl Xe - g. GLE MISS fx ' ,. Mrjyg 'K ,x x X fx i...111f-fa-..'I!rg,-,J J L'.lLlLIIIXIZITIJn-'-i' "UfIZIIXI!ITYYTUL'DIIUXl11IIXXXIIH1lHIIIXIHI1!Zi!1I1TlHfZIIIH psig: if -. S-,Rm,5Qf1 L A -in MISS MATTIE HOWARD SCRAPE A mm us m-.num - Page :hh 19-eight 7 A fox .x SL OLE MISS ,,,.,, , Im ,-.M..IA "J FD 3 M 'Il lx X fx YN, Page Illirly-ruffle ww Frm. V,-Pras. Sccy- Tram. Hialnriun LoNc. HARRIS PRICE BRANIIAM SMITH OBERSCI IMIDI' ROBER'lASON MCI NTYRE MORSE PETTEY MELVIN SUMMILRS FORD DORROH xIoIINsoN TIIOMPSON ALBRITTON joumow KENT 2 l,"gf4l j7f'ffgf'i3h'k3F?lZ 55-12i3'1'52Sn"g5 is r ,fg no Jain i i 4 'rgfz' l SCHOOL OF ARTS AND SCIENCES MINNEOLA BAILEY . .......... . Sewanee. Tenn. BACHELOR OF ARTS ullfhu mixed reason with pleasure, and wisdom lvilfr mirth." Hl-- Itlrssvs, 'l':iyli-r' Mmlzil in I-'re-ni-lip Si-vri-tar'y-'l'ri-zrslrrw-r' l'x!'l'llt'h Vlulr, '31-'ill Varsity llzrski-tlrzrll, 'lil-'20-'21, Vim--I'r'vsiili-rrt Latin Fluhg Grwck Vluhg Eilrrvzr- tion Vlulu. 'Minn was not appointed to tame freshmen, but took the place when she came here and has had no opposition. She and "Babe" get them all. A line student, a good athlete, and a continual source of enjoyment to her friends. ELIZABETH BRANHAM . ........... . Spring Hill, Tenn. BACHELOR OF ARTS "A smile for ull, a greeting glad, an amiable, jolly way slrc hail." Yirmli-rliilt, 'IT-'IM Iiluvsg Tlw ltzivvris Fluhg Senior Vlaw llisturiiirrg Grw-ik 4'Iul,g l.:itHr 1 lub. When "Betsy" met one of the students, within the minute she proclaimed. nl am dis-Gus-ted," and has been so ever since. Hew such a striking personality, such womanly charm, so brilliant a mind and so genial a body could have been assembled in one person, we will nexer know. One of our leading Oxford students, "Betsy" always excels in her class worlc. ALBERT YEATEs BROWN, A fb E . ........ . Ripley, Miss. BACHELOR or SCIENCE . "Somewhat reserved, sleadfasl of purpose, ralfrer conservative-llral's A. Y." Arrrvricrin l,+'g.'iong Hr-rrnaeang Y. M. C. A. Vnuneil. 'lil-'20, '20-'21, Tearhcrs' Cluh. A. Y. has already shown his ability in assuming the responsibility of assistant P. M. He is a quiet worker, but up to the mark. - ff -Aft,-M - --If-eb,--H--W -e- ,- f x - -ff Us.- X' rj-1 I " I 2. I I A I I I I I I I C I I I IU .,..-. . A4.f . - ., . - . I I SCHOOL OF ARTS AND SCIENCES il. I UTHER LESLIE BRYSON A fb E Guntown Mnss BACHELOR or ARTS As proper a man as one may see on a summers day EtUl'1I.l0Il tluh xttn Plub Hermavxn 18 II 0 Seth any Bryson rs a man to be depended upon whether ll' be ID class or student actlvxty Tenms players fund hum a hard match F j BUCHANAN 4 fb E Amory M155 BACHELOR OF SCIENCE It 15 not good that man should lwc alone Sl plan Staff II ro tl ur ras oo Jall Buck left us last year to take up household duties ln Oxford but he has not let thus education lnterfere with his studles LOUIS IRVING DAILEY A 'P E Torrance MISS BACHELOR OF SCIENCE A Iron among ladzes rs a most dreadful thang B B lub Y M C A Loun II 0 'I Mnssrssippirn Humavm lied urer Cutrllxon Club Tubby our Beau Brummel from Torrance studies law but practices the falr sex A staunch exponent of Roclcefellers method of getting rich f 67" -, 1 Q ' p V'-I' - I . rp.: H- b A ,, ' .. I' ' dl-III lb .+..-.f J ' 4' ......-I N -+ I Nr I I I ,I I I I I II J ..-.... ...J . I I X 7- ' Y ' ""..' 'mi' ' ""+i""" ' ' ' ' "' 5 f " ' 'Q ' I I I I I , , . , I I I7 - M... , . . .,-,4,?....,............-..... W L f I- - - - A-AI :A - M- - -I I JI If 'Q A PX!" A' "TEH W "' 'W "" A' W-"'A"1"', JI' 'E -'A' I ' TXJ. Q.-yt" ' ' , I l W YL ' 8 X' I ', il! U I 1 . I I I ........ . , I . ' I MII E- 1 i 1 ' K 'J 1 j ,I Ia. 3 .. . .. ," X I- I I I I ' f I I 41 -. ' r : L4 .. : I. ' f-'2 . A ':0. 'I f I I I I ' , . . . . . ' . I , I . ' ' I I ffx ' I . I I I II . . , . ............ . , I . Y ffl Ii 1- - I A I I :II I I ' I - . .2 I I K A, K M. fi, '17-'IRQ Hurmaean: Y, M. C. A. Puunvilg Ole Miss Staff, '19-'20g Missis- II 'Q - Ip ' , ' 53201 P -IW II. CI I Q UI: ' F U , 'lit-'20-'21, I I I xx I 1 I I I I I .. .. . . . . . . N' k' I l I ' I I A I I ' t I I 1 I I I I I I I I f . . I xg, I4 I Y , .......... . , . ,I in Il" 'NI 'f' kJ I II IJ I I I I I I I I V u - . . . .,, I' ' 1 1 I I I B. . .C , '1S: .... ' c' , '2 -'L 3 ' 'J 2 1 -' 2. :"'r's- " I I , ' ' ' I , '2z. ' I I ' I . V. I '. 1 L . . . Q I 'I I II! 1 I I I I' ,f I fy, I , , f. I I ,I .t ,I I I 4 f E I 9 IW., . , , If- A O 1 , 1 ' . - fi I A 1 ,gif .f . I I , , . ws? , I .df 4, I' I I 9 ' 1 Ir Im. f I ' I Q I I. xp U l 5 I ' I I. I .I fn. n -"' Q, "I 1. j L' 3 I 3 'V 4- . it s'-I 13 I4 all in sl-if is In I' I .Af R . :JI IE I. .Eg -if Tw .rf .3 l .1 l "L I u. l 1 x I "' A' I' l ' I I I 1 4 4' rl! Q I wi' V I rg" t I Xl. 5.43 J.- I fe- fs VI ' -:I QI QI? I .- wil .Xxx Aw ii l ti 'D u A-.l LI 13" . 5 ei WI SCHOOL OF ARTS AND SCIENCES E I V PHILIP GRANT DAVIDSON, JR., L' l' ........ . Greenville, Miss. In uphold BACHELOR OF SCIENCE "He is complete in fealurc and mind, with all good grace to grace a gentleman." X':iI'sity lf-votlmll. '30-'Bl-'ZI1 Yi:-I--l'I'vSiIlI-111 "M" Vlulmg l'Ivslil4-III thi-I-lc Vlulvi Smnish Vlulfi Atlilt-tw Eclitm- Alississippiaiig St,-I'Il-IIIQJI-S' t'lulI1 I,1I'zIIII:Itiv 4'lulig " ' I DLIIICI- t'OIIIII1ittvI-1 Blississippiuli Sliifli, '20-'21, 'Il-'!2. Ing our football standard. i I Nl t lIIl An untiring worker. but fortunately afflicted hy a severe case of "Rixitis." Philip has aided materially I V PAU L ERNON DRAUGHN ............ . Hattiesburg, Miss. I BACHELOR OF SCIENCE "Turn, Fortune! turn thy wheel with frown or smile." l S, I', l'., '15-'10, 'lit-'IOL t'IIIl11 l'OIilli1III Vlulng Y. M. t'. A.: Vlass Fmitlmllp ll--Viixut-QIII. -I Since Paul was not "found" by any of the campus publications. he decided to edit something himself, li and his results with the Third Floor News tend to place him in the genius class. CLYDE BEAMAN EDWARDS ............ . Canton, Miss. BACHELOR OF SCIENCE A "He lfnoms enough who lfnolvs how lo live and lfcep his own counsel." Clyde doesn't try to display his good qualities. One has to lcnow him to appreciate his good worth. l l Y .A Xl ,L 1' 1' '- "' - I x SY: . ':1.Tfl'rT- w " -' I ,,.., Q, .. ,, ,Qt En, ,, L. .--J U J Y, l i L-, ,,..F--Q ,'y- -- --f- '---- A-A -'irnl-----df----s.. - ....,-- - N .. r, it 1 4 i l 1 4 Q..f.iff11 . ff. - fi'7QQ 1, Q T' N. it SCHOOL OF ARTS AND SCIENCES L,..--. ,, ,C.S . .. .. . -....... .--. i i pf-- - fv,.,...-..f- A-- -A--.1 br., -M... ,,., L. . -.L v ,L QM-..--1 A , LUCY CALDWELL ELLIOTT ........... . Oxford, Miss. BACHELOR OF SCIENCE "I love her for her smile, her looks, her may of speaking gently." Mississippi Synmlival Vnlle-gi-. 'IN-'20, ri Always smiling, care-free and happy, we see Lucy. Eternally glad that there is a world to live in, and as glad that she lives in it, heartily disposing of her duties. t ALICE MAY FARLEY . ........... . Oxford, Miss. ' BACHELOR OF ARTS I "Earllr's nobles! thing-a woman perfected." i Allie Missvsg lliw-ek l'lut,ug Latin Vlulr: 'l'vzu'lwi's' Vluh. Though, many limes, Alice May becomes the ever-present help in time of trouble, she is utterly unassum- ing of the faith and love which she so richly deserves. One of the most dependable and satisfying girls in the University. EUGENE HENDRIX GARNER ........... . Baldwyn, Miss. BACHELOR OF SCIENCE nuflrcre July callell1, he is always fnurnlf' it ll!'l'l'll1l!'2ll1I Y. M. l'. A. "llllIll'll. 'lit-'ill-'31, 'l'v':r--lwrs' Vluhl "t'l5llZlll fillllbl Until- ', livin Vluhg Vluss I-lmtlrull. K Another Sargent S. Prentiss in the making. Hendrix will Probably be the man to pick the all-American oratorical team in the near future. He is a man lcnown for his good disposition. -Q flip' , ' 'E f il I 41 L. l 'LZ' Q I I if-J xv., 'ixxw-'I' V 1. 1 . 0bf4'f"4'. - . Ls V. K 1 I v 9, ,, i. .LJ .E EQ ""'T .J 1 i I 5 L l Y-1 X I l f xx' i i 4 4 ,- .1 l'. 1 . xl" I, 1 l 'i l 1 9 fi f 1 QC, . 'l 1. l I I n , T xi' +4 r ? r - l 1 ' 2 L x , I r 'l"I4'.-4' 'V li- I1 iv ' 175 3 rA.dAl, v-' I Ili 2,1 . r '.'I4. 'll- L7 l'- 4 R! '1 1" . A yr v-',' MM , . .- lil I.: iv. E'-I E in .'I v' gf 'I' ri-si f ll ,Ha .I .1 .o 9, 1r.L Ll pai! K 5 n.i 'Io , 1 v . I nt Q 1- "Y-mv I l I SCHOOL OF ARTS AND SCIENCES ROY ALFRED GREGORY . ........... . Tupelo, Miss. BACHELOR OF SCIENCE Ucreal of lu-art, magnanimous, courtly, courageous." Misc-Iissiplii V1-Ili-gs-. '12-'HL ll. S. Navy, 'IN-'lilg Supl-I'inli.-nili-III Edin-:ition, I.i-.- 4"'lllllj', 'lisp Mustinii: f"lIIli, '20-'21, Gregory gave up his educational work to come to us and talce medicine. We predict that he will stand high in his profession. HERBERT L. HARRIS, K L' ........... . jackson. Miss. BACHELOR OF SCIENCE "lf il he a gentleman and a scholar ye scelf, yr' have fuuml him." Vit.--l'iwisiili-lil nl Sl'lll1ll4 1'I:Iss '21-U21 lCilil1fI'i:Il Stull' III' Illi- BIPS. 'Sl-'EIL Yin-- l'I'i'sIil1-Iil A. I-I, I". 1'lIIl,, 'SIIJZIQ l'l'l'Sl1l4'lll l"I'+-In-li l'lIIli. '21-'!!g Hi-wiiilr-I' III' liiril 1'IIIli. 'Il-'J!, li-'il :intl lllm- Vlulig l'tvI'III:w1iII, 'l'I:I-'k, '30-'3l, .Xlllll'll'1.lll lwgwli. One of the best men that has exer lrocl the campus. He is at once quiet, likable and studious, and, better than all, lie is a regular lellow. MARX' ALICE HATHORN ............ . University, Miss. BACHELOR OF SCIENCE "A ilauglilcr of llie gods, divinely lull, and mos! rliiiincly fair." Coldenalmired Mary Alice recalls to mind that "sweetness long drawn out" made so much a part of nur thoughts by the immortal Milton. A rapid learner and a slow forgetler, a quick sympalhizer and a truer frienrl liard to find. t , V 1 - You - A.-A-A -4 - if , ,rs fL.LxsA-5 -, . . ss-- ik, 1' il. 'M'Zg'-- SCHOOL OF ARTS AND SCIENCES fy jil M lltji G. B. HERRINC, . .......... . Madison, Miss. BACHELOR OF ARTS "Of soul sincere, in action faithful and in honor clean." Hermaenn. '17-'183 Y, M, C. A. Counvil, '19-'20g Student Assistant. 21-'22, Already selected to assist in the School of Commerce, Herring has quickly shown business-like qualities. :incl in football his opponents had to get down to business. MARY RITCHEY HUME ....... ...... . University, Miss. BACHELOR OF SCIENCE "She is good as she is lair, none.-none on earth ahovc her! As pure in though! as angels are: To know her is lo love her." I Historian .Iuniiir VIIISSZ The Ravens Vluh, I . Vit-t--lwesiili-nt Fri-slinmn Vlzirssg 't':ix'Iur Rtwlul in Mnlhf-m:itii-5. 'jug Blu:-S, 'lil-'Ing ,i Someone expressed our thoughts in saying, "I wish that I had that in my life which gives Mary the look ' in her eyes." She is as pure as the dewclrops on the rosebucl, as bright as the bloom. i VlN'lAN ANNETTE JOHNSON . ......... . Rosetta, Miss. BACHELOR OF ARTS "Al strong mind, prompted by noble purposcf L I ur.-.Alt Ululv, 'IN-'ltr-'20-'xl-'::g Latin Vinh, '21-'32, 1 Vivian has endeared herself to all those wha have known her during her stay here, and those who will l remain after she has gone. as well as those who go with her, will miss her smile and her helpful. attrac- tive way. T 'fn' , . A n 'igw' ' .1 1 4- . 45' ,Y- .il .A . njfggtlv . s .. . .. Li,Q., r - O .i ...,,,-.1 f cl I .xl i f r - -2 - - - --- - - l .6 . 5 l I K , i -- 'JN f , .1 W t -X ' l ' I N 1 'ill . 'kr t Xxx ' - - V VW- -N , were -- M --.A . -- ... i' i ' 1 Y i 1 E N, SCHOOL OF ARTS AND SCIENCES l 1 4, , , - .M Q l ,,L....s...,..,,,, , ,- ev- AAN O-,U mm -, pn.. i XTX V' A ' I,-" C ,sw as . TV e s. - e -- e- e-- -.,, w x T V Q, ' ' vit' EVERN JONES . ............ . Lueedale, Miss. BACHELOR OF SCIENCE I 1 "ln every deed he had a heart to resolve, a head lo understand, and a hand to execute." C, Ulf- Miss Post l'Omxnan1iir. Amerivan Lt-giwn, '19-'ZHZ A. E. F. Vlubg 1'lE'I'lllN'l' Masonic- Plub. A prominent member of our "Ole Miss" American Legion and A. E.. F. jones always has been a leader in student activities. He is the type who goes after it and gets it. BIRDIE KITCHELL . ........... . Abbeville, La. BACHELOR OF ARTS i i "Those who know her best love her most." ll ,A 'Q 'l'i't-asiii'-li' Y. VV, l'. A.. 'til-'Il: Prvsiftent Y. XV. l'. A., 'LII-'22g Greek Club: Lvgis- P ' lutixw- 4'Ount-il ul' Student Govt-i'1ir!ivi1t. ' A Louisiana maid whose Titian liair calls forth envy in the heart of all girls. Birdie is a friend of whom ber friends can truly say, "A friend is Gods masterpiece." ,I V n st r I A 'A I ,i LOIS LAMB . ........... . Courtland, Miss. nu BACHELOR OF SCIENCE "A good heart is beller lhan all the heads in the world." C .ll .XR Lois may be just a bit whimsical, but we know ber to be as true to a friend as the needle to the pole, and as thoughtful of others as some of us are of ourselves. n. K1 X S C I... 391 :fir . 4 ' i i -if '75 l , , Q xii., -Lvl fx ,-1.1 J' i O. gf' H 'fist '43 JP " ' "J "' ' 4 F ff, C. . C, ,.-,...--. -e--.1, 1.4 l , I D '1 ii' vi SCHOOL OF ARTS AND SCIENCES " ii',"'l-6, ' 'i .'ilEi"'i JOSEPH DuBois LIPSCOMB, A 'lf lf, L' l '..... . Oxford, Miss. BACHELOR OF SCIENCE "Aly minrl lo me a lfingtloni ia." Y XI 1' X Viiiiiii-il "'l XllSSl4Slll10l'lll l-E1-'ililii!l'niiIi+il 'l'ir'iisl1iil'.Xlii-riwziil - '-- . ' t -4. -.. --i.. rr 1 . -V, , . . '-' - . l,l'2lllll, -I, He-I lllil1'2lll, l.', -lu -l, L-, X111--l ivsiili-iit Ll, Iii-mils lil ..l, Ull Miss Rnuiwl wt' 4'niitI'ol, '33, llisl--iiairr Vi ixvmii Vliili, '1l1 Missi Sllllblllll St:il'l', 'Zl. 11--tritium" l'UllII1'll ""' ...., 1 , . -.. joe has always been counted an asset in literary circles. He learned that a bunclw of Georgia girls were going to Blue Ridge last summer, and decided that he could get in better work tlxere than in Qxford. LENA LEMASSON . .......... . Gulfport, Miss. BACHELOR or ARTS "She lliinlfs lvillroul confusion clearly, Loves her fellowman sincerely, Anal acts from honest motives purely." l'i'c--l' Vliil "'ll "'l l'uliii lvlllll "'l-""" Xl1li'1'l'li'l'i "IV N XX' 4' X Viln- rfx Y.-.-.--., .---.,r. -L.-.. . - ....,. - . - - - -.,.,, w 1 ..,., in.-t, --, ri-1-if-tziry X, XX. 1. A.. --. l',llll4'llllUll I lulr, -.. l.ena is a lirm believer in the doctrine, "Man alone does not excel in books," and has added another argument against it-herself. Honesty, franlmess. firmness and faitl1fulne.s. witlm knowledge gained from books, unite to malce her a rare type. WILLIAM ALEXANDER LONG, L' Y ........ . Hazlehurst, Miss. BACHELOR or SCIENCE - "We Llon'l wan! l-rim any longer: He is Long enough already." l'ri'si1l1'1it :viii-ri' l'l:1sS, 'SSL Ellituz'-iii-1'liii'I Alisslssilnliiztii, 'UIQ l,l'4tSlll4'lll Swrili- lili-Vs, 'IZL A. S. H. U.. Y. lll, 1', A, Valviiiil :tml Viiiliivilg Minimum-1' l'1iix'iri's1lx' l,y1'vuri1, 'JJQ Art lflililui' lllv Miss, 'lik '30, 'Ilg Na-ws IG-litin' Alississimiizin, '21, l'lt'l'fI'l1lt'llllQ l'i'nlwi'ly Maru ul' Allll'l4illP1ll'S. '13, Ulf- Mis: tJllHl'l4'IIs-, 'Zu' 'ill Vim-- I1l'l'Slfll'lll 4ll'I'll"Sll'il, :tml Qiizirtirtii-, 'llg ll, ll, ll, Vliilv, "Bill," the "Boy.witl1 the Bullfrog Voice," has been elected the most popular man on the campus, has made the llflississrppian one of the Soutlfs greatest college papers, and is responsible for the l..yceum's success. - ig! f-J 5 I -l I I sy- L ,Xi Q 1 uw.-Q 'I ,....-- ..-L --. .. L - . , I ' I L. x. 1 ,I .6 A .ln LM- -Jw ,,,,,l,J ,I I as EPM- I Ib! SCHOOL OF ARTS AND SCIENCES , , -. X f 1 ' N, 'I 4 .' c M. , .V ,H X. A v,,A,,w,vLLd-iv r 'Lb I Q ' Y X yi I I NVQ 4, I N V. 42 GERALDINE MCCALL . ............ . Belzoni, Miss. IQ, 1 BACHELOR OF SCIENCE , , 3' "Original wil anfl heart of gold, I ,I , Charming personality and gfdCC, Ive'rc told." K7 , "' I Varsity Bnslu-tlmll Tm-am, '18-'19-'20-'21, G. M. F. U. L.. 'IS-'ltr-'ZZOQ Crt-ok Club, I Q I 'lit-'30, Alpha, 'Phvta-, 'lit-'20g Captain Sophomore Baiskctball TI-am, 'ID-'2ll: Rop- '. , r0pI'e-sentativv to Mississippi Iiiteiwollvglate Association, '20g Education Ulubg M, S, xl I M.: clot-tt-Il C'nplu.in Varsity Bzmkvtbzxll Team, '2l. I, Geraldine has always been a winner as one of the co-eds' basketball team, and for unselhshness, friend- I' X liness, clear thinking, cleverness and popularity no one could fmd a better. ' IIIQQ I IN' I JOHN TARBLE MEEK ............. . Kosciusko, Miss. 143 BACHELOR OF SCIENCE ' I I QQ' ' N I I "En lar. 1 Im, Mau. 1 adm, I I - . H . . - I 'L - Bu! ladies-away lvilh lhem Iorevermorc. I , , Masonic' Plubg French Club: Ht-rmaeung Band, '19, ' I L1 K' I Meek would not have been elected most bashful l:oy if one co-ed could have stuffed the ballot box. 1 ' How could he keep such late hours and be like that! 5 r. -ax I I I I DEWEY M. METTS . ............ . Oxford, Miss. U' I J BACHELOR OF SCIENCE . L I "Better late than never, 'but better never late." Medical Club, '18-'ltlg Education Club, '21-'22, Masonic Club, '21-'22. 1 I ' It Melts intends to teach after he leaves us, and can be relied on to make the most of his profession. He ' 'I , is a practical man, not the kind to theorize. C ' -. .li A Q9 t,, 2 I cg ,z.t.:,-'1i' Y . 2 ' ',.,'i.? ff. xi -5 ICQ , 53" , . I ' ' ff - "' " ' .J x l I -- - N -3 I- ---'f 'sjygg 'J I -A-T I .. f '1 .fun If ' -I I if ,MNH-C L,MmwJ, ILLLW, M,L-,WLL,dL -s.-- Lx I l i SCHOOL OF ARTS AND SCIENCES l , BENJAMIN F. IVIIDDLETON ........... . Satartia, Miss. BACHELOR OF SCIENCE "Drink wine and live here blilheful while you may! The lomorrow'.s life too late is-live today." S-'vm-tary and 'l'rf-insurer Junior Vlnss, '2lg INIzu'wm-tt:-S, 'ZI1 '12 I 1 w'sfN1-st l'lul11 t UIIIIVIIUI' IHIIIIIUII tlutn, ,1- --. "Ben" is well on the road to success as a theatrical man through his performances with the IVIarionettes. and he "plays his part" well at Ricks. NEWTON WEBSTER IVIILLS ....... . .... . Riehton, Miss. BACHELOR OF SCIENCE "Blesl with temper, whose uncloutleil ray Can malfe tomorrow cheerful as today." It'1i-rirluipelnp Vmilllvitlt-I-, .XIIll'I'Il'IlIl In-ginn: Mississippi 4'nIlt-gt-, 'Iwi-'ITQ Alwtu-all Uluhg Mississippi State Nlll'IIl1lIQ Y. M. t'. Ag l'IQ'I'IIIll9'IlII, '30-'Zig .Iuuwr Mm.-:ln-:nl tiuh 0 1 X I P tluh w -., -.., . I C 1 Q Mills reminds us of our chilcllioocl days, always asking for a nickel-but when we were kids we never returned one. He is a harcl worker. MARGARET IVIOODY . .......... . Grenada, Miss. BACHELOR OF ARTS " 'Tis well to be merry and wise. 'Tis well to be honest and true." fjI't"tl2ltIIl Vnllt.-gt-, 'IN-'l!l, 'ISP-'Zltg "Blue-s"g Y. XV. C. A. Uuluw-lg 'I'rt-:isur--r Y, XV. f'. A.. '21-'Ili Vim--l'1't-sith-lit xvVtll1lZ'lIl'S Studi-nt Gov:-rnmunt I.ei.:isIutix't- Vnuliuul. Greek Club: Eclucutiori Club. Latin Pluh, Our only regret is that we had Margaret with us only two years. for in her we found a real girl-one who struck a happy medium between work and play. Sincere, lovable and capable-according to Dame Rumor, she is quite an authority on the "Jap" situation. bl' .rl 1 W :E""5' "3" L-, ,. K ,A N r -4 lllllr. ,..-1' . .'v4 ' Fx, .' 7 X Y. 1 I l lx . SCHOOL OF ARTS AND SCIENCES . 4 ,LEMM , -LM ,W Wk, ,. ,, . . ...- --- A ...- , 1 r-WX -' " XJ V 1 1.4 1 ' 8 XVILLIAM BURTON PoTTs ............ . Crawford, Miss. P '- BACHELOR OF SCIENCE gf , "The heroes are nol all six feel lallg . Large souls may dwell in bodies small." 'w 1 Q One of those quiet, unobtrusive persons who has slipped through his four years and is slipping out again f, 9 1 without most of us knowing himg but those who do know him can speak well of his school work and - will hate to lose him. J l 4 , , . 3 EMY Lou PRICE . ............ . Water Valley, lVl.ss. !'v1'i.. W BACHELOR OF SCIENCE A ' ' :Q 2 I A.Wl1Cll she has passed il seemed lilfe 1 - The ceasing of exquisite music." M E' tilt- Misses, l'iwsi1lfgiir tllo Misses, '30: Viz-e-Presiflfrnt Junior Class: A. S. B. O.. Q g '211 Ulf' Bliss SHUT, 'lllj F'i'e"n1-li Club. 'Zig Education Vlulu, '1121 Y. XY. C. A. Cab- P 1 A ' If im-t. 'lil-'20-'Hg Secretu1'y-'l'i'vz1sii1w,-i- Svniiir Class. 1, We predict for Emy Lou much success in life. She was equally popular with both boys and girls, and .af always kept se'eral of the former "on her string." A good student, conscientious and true. OUIDA PRICE . ............ . Kosciusko, Miss. lf' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE U "Wl1alshe wills lo do or say Seems wisest, virluousesl, discreelesl, bed." l ' Y, XY, V, ,xg 4'ail,iinotl 'IS-'lil-'jug Iwegiclent Y. XV, V, A.. 'ZH-'Zig Mississippian Stuff. '30-'11-'ISL Annual Stzitf, 'Ill-'Zig Ule Miss Board ot' l'mitl'ol, '21-T21 Sf-ere r tary A. S. B, O.. '31-'Zig Frvm-h t'Iuh, '10-'20-'31-'QZQ Legislative Council, '21"Z2 X Eduf-arifm r'iui,i, '21-'22, X V ln Ouida are combined those ualities of ower, of atience, of thou htfulness, du . stren th and reserve e 1 Q P P S s ' ' which make that fairest and best of all Gods creations-a true woman. No one could be more. 4 5 ,..- 'W l if '1 x S, v gr as t l l'fl-fv "' a ' 9 'viii .1 g."A.' ii, J l Q ' ' 1? I N l ' X A V ll., I 4 '7-JW r +- l Q 'si-JIT ef,.s,,1.... R' l ,ln-W - LJ ., -4 . L.- Ai,-- - I f--fs-.JV W no I U -'W If A svfw sw' 0 , ,, .5 - fs Q . I f' Y 1 f. I N I: i jx! M-, , , ,,,,.,,,,...,..,.-- ....-...v................ -1 ' 'Y'-----" l f. . . A -,,. ...WW ---W .--s----- - A-----x -jf-f--'II l SCHOOL OF ARTS AND SCIENCES -' ' 4 lx Y' E lr , , ,,,,..,.-..-..- .,... L --- .,., -.-.....-.-.,..-f----.fs -f----D' A ,--'AP r-im ---I I wr? 'If' s W A so so R H---M'-'r' wisp-,I"f'iIQII I -ltwi 5 gig ,X I if C A ' T ' . ll ' . LoIs ELIZABETH RICHMOND . ......... . ovmgton, enn. gg .I if I l BACHELOR OF SCIENCE , .Q XJ Hi 1 I "And music, loo, dear music! lha! can louch 1 ' Q bl lg' Beyond all else the soul that loves il much." ,r if- -JLCI ' S ' ' 33 J , X I Graduate M, S, I',, 'fog Latin Ululm. '21-'Zig Spanish Club, 'Hg Fl'ltllK'h Ulub, '21 ,' ' hx .. yI.,',' l I . .. . . . . 74 " A wealth of fun, humor, good fellowship and ability, all directed by one clear and qulck-thlnlung ,lf .1 f H 4 brain, and all the property of their proud possessor, Lois. No peer in her realm! Vlfe will be glad if in 'dh K , 9, sunny Tennessee will send us more like her. A 'QWL-, V f Nhxl, , 'Q--tw' A - " 'I 321 'l ' I' ' 'xi V' ' . . ' A , ', I , 'I GEORGE WINTERS ROGERS, A fb E ....... . Vicksburg, Miss. I Q. I jj W? - BACHELOR or SCIENCE ,ji K if ' I ' n :H I l "The elemenls so mixetl in him that nature might slaml up I s I ' ' l And sap lo all lhe world: This was a man." Phi Sigma, 'ltr-'!2g X'lL'P-Pl't'SlllPllt, 'ilg Alpha Phi Epsilon, '20-'2l: Se-f-I'et:1I'y- 'I'I't-asuI'I-I'. '21-'EZQ Vit-e-PI'esiIlI-nt Y. Al. lf. A., '20-'21: l'OllIll'll, 'Il-'SEQ Pzibinet: AI3l'i0Ill'ilf'S. '21-'Ili Sec-I'etzII'y Mississippian Board ul' l'0Illl'Ul, '21-'IIIL St'l'I'k't21l'y Gordon Hall Bonrllirig Clulx. '21-'2:1 Assistant l,llll'ill'l3ll, '20-'EIL l"I'I-sielerlt JUIHOI Class, '21-'21 Phi Sigma numbers George among her best, and he has taken a leading part in many student activities. He will make good use of his training as a future member of the Mississippi bar. ROY SCOTT . ............ . Lake Cormorant, Miss. BACHELOR OF SCIENCE J, XV' II Ag: , I I v I I , I I ' ' Q2 I l A , I I l r I 1 li., "I, lI ,A 4 Il . . l If ii' "I vf I J H . I I, ' I , I W I II l' l l I'-NI It ' I ' Q .. ,N D "Soft peace she brings, whenever she arrives." I 'N Q I I I , I K M, S. V. NV.. 'li'-'24I3 Fl'l"ll4'll Flub, ':::3 '11-avliei-s' Club, '21: Elluifati-III Uluh, '22, I " I i l ' ,' Vlvacious, gay, a symbol of the great outdoors is Roy. Where laughter is merriesl, good comradeship I -I' Rl, ' 'V I predominates, and behind all an earnestness and courage, there she will always be found. l' n gl , I ,I s. . I, 1 . I I l ,- 1 ' -' L' W- 'R' A2 ff -z - .1 1 .- - -' , , g ,gy t ' 'ff ve ' CI ga .iii J' ' . r , '- Q-', ' I fig. I A 'Q , "' N . ' 4 ' , - l 2 ' Kai. ffjfgilb -fly ff r M ,V ,,?.k": I W-4 L Y K A N It ' 7 M H ,- , ,ML ,-,-,,,-...fl I..... I 4 jg, Trl .X'4 fs Ir.. 4 l. ,gf-.mfr fa t 1 ., A n l SCHOOL OF ARTS AND SCIENCES ELLA SISLER . .......... . Water Valley, Miss. BACHELOR OF ARTS "A counlcnancc in which do mccl Sweet records, promises as sweet." nl.. Miss.-sz Gu---k Vluh: Varsity Basketball, 'Iii-'20: Miinzatri-i' IW'-Ed Basketball, 'ltd-'20, Latin Vlulvg tlistorinn nt' F'r--shmnn Vlzissg S1-cwtail'y-T11-:isiiiw-i' E4lllPlllt'Pll 4'Iulv: lixfvtilivs- Uuulu-il nl' Studi-nt Govt-i'nnu-nt. Behind her camouflage of a quiet, exclusive manner, a protection from the curious public, there is the real Ella. As sincere as a lover, as sweet as the honeyed drop collecting within an exquisite llower. and with a gentle personality which gives one the thrill of a garden landscape. RUTH SISLER . .......... . Water Valley, Miss. BACHELOR OF ARTS "So sweet a face, such angel grace In all this land has never been." tile Miss'-sg Pr--siilf-nt Uh- Miss:-s, '2t: llnmwi' Vulim-il, 'lil-'Ing l.:ilin Vlulig Gm-ek Vluh, Smfiw-tziiyv'l'i'--zissuri-r '21-12: l,i-:is,zixiv.- 4'ounuil til' Stud--nt lim'-wiiilif-lit. "'l ""' Film-'ltiwii Vlulm ..-..-, 1 . . When we loolc at Ruth we are carried back to the days of Achilles and Troy, when mighty warriors fought for fair maidens. And instead of blonde or brunette, many of our boys voted her their type of girl. ELIZABETH SMITH ........... . New Albany, Miss. BACHELOR OF SCIENCE "Thou bcsl the thought cans! raise, the hearl alune, Light as Ihc busy clouds, calm as the gliding moon." 1 A 'Hr --r . . Y . - - Q., ,.,., llonwr 1 num-il. -0- -l, X. tt, 1, A. tubim-l, -l- --. The ideals lor which she strives are always the highest: no jollier comrade nor truer friend can be found no, not exen after a longer search be made. X l L x Y 1 r., 1 4 i 1 SCHOOL OF ARTS AND SCIENCES ETHEL GLADYS SHORT . .......... . Oxford, Miss. BACHELOR OF ARTS "She is pretty to wall? with. And willy lo lallf willl, Anal pleasant, loo, to lliinlf on." Or'L'hvstl'zi, 'iN-'IHQ Latin Vlulig Spanish Vlutn. ln all the fair Magnolia State no fairer flower could be found. Ar the piano she has no peer. Gladys is a wonderful pal, the same every day, no matter where you see her. Vflhen we want something done we call on Gladys. ORAN DEWEY SPRATLIN .....,...... . Vardaman, Miss. BACHELOR OF SCIENCE "He hall1 imleczl beltercrl cxpaclaliorisf' Y, 51. 12 AH '30-'SIQ Phi Sigma, '30-'Sli l-Iiliiwilwri Vluli, 'Il-'!Z. Another Ole Miss student who will make his life work that of imparting his knowledge to others, and whom we think will be a worthy representative of the profession. ROBERT W. THOMPSON, JR.. A flf L' Y .... . Lumberton, Miss. BACHELOR OF SCIENCE "He was a man, lake him all in all. Anal l shall nol look' upon his lilfc again." I-'ri-sirlirml l'il'n'SlH1l1tll Class, 'IY-'litg Y. M. F, A, Vwiim-ilg H. H. ll, Vlnlig Mi-nilwi' A. S, rg. 0,3 Swruti Ilzisketlmltl Sw-iwtziry. 4'i'itu-, Vim--l'r'esiili-nl ttf,-iiri:u-uri Lite 1-rzrry Samir--tyg lwliatiiig Noun--il, 'ZIIQ Yillon Ilugsg Varsity lfwnllrzrll, 'Zeng Missis- sippian lilllllll ut' L'uritr'nl, 'ill Jllllllll' 1'rom llzinci- 1'1-mrriittvt-3 Vin-I-t'i'vsidelrt Y. M. V. AL '!!1 Sriunisli Vlulig Herinai-:iii .kririixw-isiiry Spvrilivrq "Al" Pluhg 4'llZlll'l'll1lll 'Pr-tit-k Vurrirriittw-1 Hr'-1+-k Vlulig Blat-listoriv Plulig 1'h:1irm:irr uli- Migs Cwtilliun Vlulm l.Tlll'tL'f' V1-ii'i11ii1tr-1'. 'Ill Business Munaicavr' ot' Mississippiziui Hin-iliiri H311 Hivulwl nl' 1'unt1'oI1 1'rrf-ulxitiuii Mzmzrnzi-r Mississippiarig It--li-mile ln Blur- Ridgi-, -L M tluli Imran- 1nxririi1ttw', JI- -lg Mississippian Srrrrr, A faithful follower cf the school of Archimedes. Roberts presence will be missed in every held of college activity, as he has been an acknowledged leader in literary, social and executive functions. I.. A L fi 1 "'f F L, ,, M .. 'K W is . i js B 1'5- fl ' 1' I ' . -' I . . A -Y -U-: --A. . r-'T""'1:i3:.wr avg-Q'-'fn ' . 7' -r . , -7 ',, - . A ' .. 3' , ...wusl ...Sf ..':J-f. . - 3 ,g .Q A . . , . ' , ,'. Q'f '- -:uv-r.,.. -.- .1,,...1 ' 'W " V ' " ' " - , , 4: ..--.ls 24. .ir -' .,.f ' 3 A ,- A .E . A - . A 1- Lf: 3.54715-its -Y - N - .. ess. .-'.?6gE.:, y ..'.'...v,?!zf:. -. .hh sp A t . .v, l -'R ,... N if 1- ii , i . J 2,11 "KG 57:51 .I '..L, X 4 S..,.. 1 .. f.--Fi ' V' .I V., . A 3 . ..,.., .' FVQ an,- F L :., ,. ' t 'W ' fi--4.--' ' '44"-.- ',4. 13:55 1,1 ,,, . ... , r fi.. V - . . A' xffl 'fx , . g , .,.- ' - - 4- ,,,.. .L.i1f'.., .,'A,..,,.,5 -A v, 1. , 1, . ., M , -,Q I' . V ', - ' - - " 1 , - s.. . - "H ' , A , ' "- -A Un.- SCHOOL OF ARTS AND SCIENCES ANEL MERTON UNCER ............. . West Point, Miss. BACHELOR OF SCIENCE "Noi to enjoy one's youth when one is young is In imilals llle miser who slarves hesicfe his lreasures. At the outset the ambition to teach Sophomore English became Ungefs ruling passirn, and his intense interest in this alone has deprived most of us of the opportunity to see what would have been the results of his efforts in other lines. R. T. WALKER . ............ . Magee, Miss. BACHELOR OF SCIENCE Nye gods, end lhis college life and maffe llvo lovers happy." l'hi FILKIIHI. bw-iw-t:iry litg xlt'l"lil't'Sltll'l1l Me-slim-:il tlziss, litg htm- tlulig luitiivu- tion Vinh. Vvallcer is an asset to the School of Education and a friend worth having. He has been very much interested in one of the co-eds, and we thinlcAwell, read the quotation above. Many a bob-haired co-ed would give a year of her life for hair like R. Tfs, and, more than that, he is as good in his way as it is in its. MARX' HELEN WASSON .......... . . . . Kosciusko, Miss. BACHELOR or SCIENCE "Her smile is sweetened by her graifilyf' llnskvtlmll, 'QU-'211 S-fs-iw-t:ii'y Y. XY. t', A., '20-'EIL Mniifizw-i' Vu-lint l:1lSlU'tll1lll. 'ZH-'ilg I':lllll'flIl1ll'l llllllll M:1I'i1Il1vlt1'r4. It would require a complete positive vocabulary to tell about Mary Helen. Someone said she could cook a nightingales tongue without scorching it, and she is a regular domestic artist. We frequently see her as most prominent in the Marionettes. No one would expect such a delightful person lo know anything of boolcs, but she excels as much in them. I J l l SCHOOL OF ARTS AND SCIENCES EDGAR WIGGINS WAUGH, A fir E ........ . Sallis, Miss. BACHELOR OF ARTS "This above all: lo thine own self he lrue. and il musl follow as the night lhe day, lhou cansl not lhen be false lo any man." Gin-.Ali Vinh: Latin Vlulrg Efltiviitioii Phila: f'Oflllll'll1 Vlulig MzrI'ii'-III-ttirsg Hin'- III:Is-:iI1g Y. ll.1'. A. l'IIuII1'Il. 'ZH-'J11 l':IlIiIIv-t. 'JI-'Ili l'1IlItiiI'ittl St:ItT lxllSSlSSlllIlliil1, 'IH-'30-'Z11 Ni-ws lqflillll' Alrssissimiiaii, 'IU-'Sip Mississippieitl Bvaiwl of t'orItI'ul. '31-EJ: Ht'l'l1l2lt"k1I1 .XIIIiIx'eI's11I'y Spi-aker, 'Zig lie-piwsi l1lH.llYt3 nt' I,vltlYl3ltSlly in Mississippi IIItI'I'vollPg.1'izIte t,JI'zIt1-I'ic-lil Vcilitvst. 'Zig Exm-f'tItix'v t'oIIIIIIitti--- A. S. B., 'Ill-'ZZQ I"I'vsiIleIIt Latin Vluli, '21-'IZQ 1V'l'f'Sl4lf'l1l Il++I'IIII1I:III, '21-'23, One fellow who doesn't waste his time, or at least you nexer see him doing it. Waugh's real worth began to be known through his "CyniC's Ban," but, before and since, he has performed Creditably his every duty. JAMES M. WILLIAMS . ............ . Benoit, Miss. BACHELOR OF SCIENCE Ufonsislency? 1 never changed my mind, Which is, and always was, lo live al ease." Y.iI'sity' Foivtlmll. 'Il-'Zig Ole Miss: Minstir-I. 'JU-'J1. "jimmy" came to us from Annapolis, convinced that he didnit like sailoring, and we hate Io lose him. He thought he could play fcotball, and so Came out and showed us he could, instead of telling us what he had done. PAULINE WILLIAMSON ............. . Water Valley, Miss. BACHELOR OF SCIENCE uThal continuous sweclncss which wilh ease Pleases all around il, from lhe wish lo please." , Vive-l'I'i-sifli-Iii Y. XV. l'. .Mg flirfl Vlulvg lidiit-atimi f7'llll't, Pauline came to us with a subtle charm and a delicacy of manner, a delightful personality which has gradually grown upon us and enveloped us in the warm glow of her gznerous and unselfish heart. I I 1 l I SCHOOL OF ARTS AND SCIENCES WILLIAM LAWRENCE WILSON .......... . Mendian, Miss. BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 'AFM hc, while his cunipmiions slept, lVas loiling upward in the nighlf' I-'II'slIIiI:iII 'LJ .XY'l Vlutig I'I:iss Ifimtlizill, 'Sig M:is1IIIiv'4'IIitI. l"l4l'lllLtl Ill, l'1ItIlII0I1 I'lIIh. "Bill" hails from Meridian, and that city considers him an able representative. We know him as a cheerful, regular fellow and a busy student. School of Medicine A. N. BOYD, 'I' H ll . . . ..... . Franklin, Texas MEDICINE upcrscvcraricc conquers all things." l'lllX4lrllX' III Tvxiis, 'IN-'tit-'Slip Aint-I'ir':iII I.:-Lgimig Y, IXI, 1', ,X,g M.IliI':Il l'llll'J, Though he comes to us from Texas, Boyd docsn't pack a pair of Upluggersf' Xve clon't wish our sister state any hard luck, but we wish we could get more like him. JOHN E. BROWN, JR. . ...... . Blue Mountain, Miss. B.s., IvI.D. 4 uslill they gazed, and slill lhcir nmrider grew Tha! one .small head could carry all he lgnelvf' Al-Ilimil I'IiIlI, 'ZH-'!l: Histiiriziii JIIIIIIII' Vlnss. '!1: Vivre-l'I'csIflt-III Mr-:III-:il Vluh, '33, Y. Bl, t'. A., 'li'-'IU-114233 Svruh Iflzisitiqill. '21I-'g1: Jmegl ,lay-gl Vliih, 'gtg l'fvtiIIIIIII l'llllD. W'hile Buster has the distinction of being Ole Miss' youngest medical student, he has succeeded in upholding the standards of his class, and we think he will not let those of his profession lag. l l '-'W AL', EE, i i v i V. l l f 1 i 4. 1 . 1 i 4 I Y- l---,,, - J ..., - -. SCHOOL OF MEDICINE GEORGE ALEXANDER CAMPBELL . Kosciusko, Miss. MEDICINE On with the danct' Le! joy be uncon ned No sleep 1111 morn when youth and pltasure meet It e tual tluh Georffe the pride of Kosciuslco entered the university as the greenet freshman and has developed in'o one of her prime Terpslchorean artists But laying jokes a ide he has taken his medical work seriously and ranks well in his class J B CROSS . Enterprise, Miss. MEDICINE He who does not hjnow his way lo .ua .Should la e a rivcr for his guii.lC." l i 1 rv-kfx ,-R, . . EL, , l l I 1. ' " ' .. N -J ' . . ' . . 3 b N C ' ' . BS.. Mississippi Vnllege, 'lttg Mettivnl Piub, '31, '1I2. l One of the quiet and unobtrusive kind who believes in deeds rather than words, and sticks to his profes- 1 sional work rather than being a candidate for "degree in diversity." l I . ., . . 1 3 : j Pi'e"4lt-ii lvediczll fl l. '23, E L X . . .3 . . ' i l , I W 1 fi X ' .Y s ' VV.. N Atl' ' E E- 5 i Lcflf I il . l . , v. 'fp J. YV H i P if I ' N to i fi . 0 ' j. 'Jn - . , JOSEPH DEWEY CLEVELAND . Union, Miss. B s M D Nighl after nigh! ht sal and blearcd his eye with books." bl t I I uv Cleveland is not the kind to Haunt hi qualihcations before the public view but his associates know him as most capable and his fellow students placed him at the head of the Medical Club. 175' ef-mwah-r eff ll ,I 'Q gs! SCHOOL OF MEDICINE l. P. CULPEPPER, JR. . ..... Poplarville Miss B.S., M.D. Ulflflien niglil hall: sel liur silvery lump on high, llnn ll is lime for .slutly XI1'-In-'il "lull "wa-"'1 "'l-""' Y Xl 1' X Vmiiii-il U I Il ima H1 ll 1 Y Xl 4' X 1'-tml "I Q"!'I'lIN Y Nl 1' ' l .. ....ll'.-'--,.uv., .....x.. Here is another believer in the eternal triangle, but his is Gord n Hall the Medical Building and the Coop fhypotenuse between Gordon and the Coopj. CHARLES EDWARD EVERSBERC. .el If K . . . MEDICINE "Bm chiefly llic molil of a man'5 forlunc is in lils own hams Mmlln-pil l'lllli, Another Texas man who prefers Mississippi schools, and came take lbaclc with him a touch of the quality of Mississippi. GEORGE CLAYTON FARRISH . ..... . B.b., M.D. "Give me llic nwnrisliilie, Cive me llle girl, flml leave llic res! lo--chance . , ri.. Q - . .., V., ,.,., AI-1-tn-.il llllll. ,I --, .X. L. I-, fluh, -ly ,L --, S u lux li 1 in i Xin ii in -. - ,. -v. -.. - lnaxmir -IV Xl:-f-I iwsnl-tilt -l, Ili-1111111-1111, Ji. Y. M I X lt 1 "Red" bats .400 in the good-fellowship league and plays "hands in his famous duet A good all rnund man and one worth knowing. 1'1i,.:iv,',w I cr r L, ii. 3. -1, 8 wa fl ,-L iiisflrfslrilifr i l 1' Xp VV 'R - -.U, , f X- .--,d,.,- A---M-V-V--? .1,---------L R , l Jp J ' l l S l XX l 1 I- ,M 1- YY- , V ,, A Y H 'A ,,,-,1,.,- ...- N ..... J -i i Agar-,-..'s I 'C-'T-.I--C 1 x -2 f ' ' sf ' "' " 'R 1 i 3 SCHOOL OF MEDICINE ' I - - - - - L l ss. -R - ,R . NM- A Al 5 x I ',' . ...W XI- -A -f-fav -V '- ---- --' ' - . ,je ' ' -1: Y 'A - V- Tm I , in lv, l . , 1 f 'J LUCIEN CARL FEEMSTER, JR. . ..... . . Tupelo, Miss. , I A .fl A l B.s., M.D. 1 l 1- , ii 4 "Modest Carl, from the realms of science, l en, 'i Hath reached this position by diligent appliance." A l li Q Y. M. C. A. Council, '19, '20g Medical Club, '20, '21g President Junior Medical i ' vi Class. '20g Jura Java Club. I Carl sets a high mark in his class which any "Med" would find hard to beat. We are sorry that his ill' Y . . f l rofession has taken so much of his time awa from us. I X , l P Y .A ' r ,sv 1 , l I V I W. E.. FRASHUER, A Q5 E . ..... . Oxford, Miss. ' f ll B.s., M.D. l V , . "Blessings on him who first invcnled sleep." X 4 l Hermaeang Y. M. C. A. Council: American Lt-giong A, E. F. Plubg Medical Club. X i We understand that Frashuer hihernales during the summer, as he has lo get up for a class now and then during the rest of the year. Why not nickname him upullmann? He intends lo make sleeping il' 1 I. . . . ' K-o sickness his specialty. ' l ,' PERRY ELLINGTON I-IOLLADAY .... . . . . Meridian, Miss. lf fl 1 ' iff' it B.s., M.D. 4, f I l . Y A "Had he been caught when young, l I , X He might have been tamed." h ,'. President ot' Pre-Medic-al Class. '20: Vice-President Junior Medical Class, '3l3 i'I q Secretary-Tl'easurel' Me-dir,-al Club, '22Zg Cheer Leader, 'LZ1. 'Big Jam .Iain Club. I 3 "Aleclc'i missed his vocation when he tackled medicine. Seems that a man who is a typical walking adver- 1 hsemenl would have made his profession some branch of the School of Commerce. fBut we forget i ' ' the Volstead act., 7 lf f , f' 1 7 . if i ' N J ' 1 ' ,f I cl H W Y if -,', hiv fs' 'J ' .Vi V ' - ' 9 'T W ' F-' ' W, ff? 2' if r C' "-, 'i 5 f -..' ! . f--e - W - ti ' my Q L L--is " I.-fi -'. Lri a ,-.,..di'fl'-1,0 s ,N R' i f --e 1 -- 1 140. A.,--f ' . it ,..-.. -...-. -l .... HW. .. ....,..,-,-. ,. .. . - , l l SCHOOL OF MEDICINE BENNIE OsBoRNE MCDANIEI. ....... . Oxford, Miss. B.S., M.D. -Appiilille llien Ilic n:orld's mine oysler, Whiclr 1, mill! sword, will open." Varsity lflmtlvall. 'IN 'lik '20, '211 Varsity Bnsketlixtll, '1N, 'lftg "M" Plubg Med- ivul t'llIlI. Someone once aslced scmeone else why there was a man on the campus who was called " 'Possumf' and that semeone was asked if he'cl seen him. He hadn't. The next day he reported, "l have, and hc is." " 'PossI.m" will be sorely missed when lhe followers of the pigslcin reassemble in l923. DANIEL Roi' NICINTYRE . ..... . Johns, Miss. Bs., M.D. "A medical sludenl of fame am l, If mp pills Cdll'l cure, you .surely will Jie," l'lII SI lllil 'l14. '30, '31, 1'wIIsII 'Hg Fpziliish 1'lIIlIg Y, M lf, A.. 'lin 'ZLL '21. 'Z' HI t lllll S III I Xl lI Il1lIs Nl Ili eil slut Q II : .'t- 'Ii' I I-I t': '223 . I4 I-. ' I, 'Il Much cannot be said of "lVlac," for he has said it all himself. But even if he does, he cloesn't exaggerate. PHILIP MONTELEPRE ...... . New Orleans, La. MEDICINE ' "What is man, if nal a niyslcryf' Iiiixwlisity UI-I-ti'-stixi. '30-'21-'::g MI-tlit-:Il t'lIIli, '21, '22, lt will probably be never explained why "Monty" keeps the facial alfalfa, but from reports at Colum- bus we learn that it had an effect on M. S. C. XV. which was disastrous-to the girls. But we will always attrihute it to his 'lfiddlef' Fiddlestirlcs! 1 L A f 4 I 1 L l 1 i l 2 I Q i i l l i W. l l i l i l l l l l l l l I Y CHARLES MCCORMICK OBERSCHMIDT . . . . . Nettleton, Miss. MEDICINE "Honors achieved far exceed those that are created." Austin College, '19, '20, M-'iliuul Club, '21, '22g Vi1'e--Presidvtit Senior Medical Class, '21-':2g .Iara Jura Vlub, '21, '21 Besides his medicine, "Obie" is at his best on the pawing end of a piano. lf he can cure like he can play, look out, patients! BRAXTON BRAGG O,MARA ..... . Hattiesburg, Miss. B.S., M.D. "True as the needle lo lhe pole, Or as a dial lo lhe sun." Pri-side-nt Pre-Medical t'lztSS. 'llig Varsity Base-liall, '17, 'IYL Varsity l"ootl,rzxll. '15, '19, '22, Senior Prom Voniniittf-if. 'INQ Medical 1'lulr. A few years ago "Opp" thought he was through, but now he's back to finish his education-Medical and RlCKity. He tells us that he is to specialize in borne-surgery, as he has the head for it. Hes a large man, but worth his weight in gold. Jos S. REYNOLDS . ..,.. . Meridian, Miss. B.S., M.D. "1 care for nobody, no, nol L If nobody cares for me." Mt-ilii-:ll Club: Phi Sigma: Jura Jura Club, '21, "Red".comes to us from Meridian, and if he "hangs out his shingle" in his home town, she will have something to be justly proud of. He doesn't tell you about itg he just does it. .': W. , , 4. r -, A '. f. .. ' ' I 'L-4-' fn . ,,, .aw , , .,,, .r,wt'."- 5 ' 0' ' i SCHOOL OF MEDICINE MAI' CLARI3 ROBERTSON . ..... . McComb, Miss. B.S., M.D. "Those about her shall read the perfect ways of honor." Studi-III .-Xssistuiit in Biology. 'Iii-'34,tg Al04lIl'Ill Iflubg SI-I-retzII'y-'I'I'e:1sIII40I' M--Ilivai Vlass. 'SEQ M. S. M. To one who can penetrate beneath her veil of dignity May Clare rexeals a fund of sweetness and honesly which will be thoroughly appreciated by man,y a fair patient, and which has endeared her to those so foitunate as to be numbered among her friends. REUBEN MILTON SMITH, A fb E ..... . Osceola, Ark. B.S., M.D. "Aye, every inch a king." Y. Rl. V. .-X.. 'IX 'ISL '20, 'ZIQ III-rrnar-air. 'ISL 'DIIQ 4'-'nsor' kli-'I'lTI2l!?1ll'I, '20g Pre- IXI.-rlirmrl l'lllll, 'l1I, 'SNL MIIII4-:Il 4'lIIII, '21, 'I3g Ulv MISS Bum-rl II1' l'UIIIl'Ol. 'III-'22 l'I'r-sirlvrit Sr-III-Ir Alwlir-al Vluss. 'ESQ .Iam .IzII':1 t'lIIlng Votillroil Vluh, '21-'22, Arkansas lost a good man when she sent Smith to us. If Arkansas were made like that--well, we'c,l like to live in Arkansas. We hope that Mississippi will not lose what she has gainecl. 5 WILL WRIGHT STRANGE . ...... . Baldwyn, Miss. B.S., M.D. "The man who consecrales his hours By vigorous eforl and honesl aim." lilll Srunxzi. 'QIQ xlilS4I11l4' 1'llIl,l. '!I. TU: IXIQIIII-:II "lub, '21, '22g Track, '20g Class Iisrskvthull, '18, 'ISL '20. lt wouldn't be Strange if some member of the Senior Medical Class should fail to represent them well. "Will" is quiet and likable, and can hardly fail to succeed. f N N GJ' Ahh' 1,,i,,.h , . . , . ., ,l T. . 1- -f -' ' A " " "' ' " 4 -,,,aA,3-'-45. ...Jn 1 1 :Ki ' 1 I l I l 1 fait, .. .v ,,. , ,. X ,. .se A -,A ww.. 4 sv?-ff, - 'is SCHOOL OF MEDICINE f I 1 CHARLES SPENCER Wooo, .E A A '11 E . . . Batesville, Miss. B.S., M.D. "Worff, courage. honor, these indeed Your sustenance and birthright are." Hermaeaii. '18-'lfl-'Stl-'jlg tru-livstia :intl Rand, '18-'llrg Varsity Rust-ball, 'lH-'!l- 'ZZLJL "M" Club: Merlin-at Vluhg Votillifm Ulutvg Bone-Dry Vliib. Spencer came to us as one of the famous Batesville Baseball Trio, and without him we couldnt have won the the last two pennants. Between baseball and classes. Spencer has time to get in a little A'Foot"- work. TURNER ASHBY WOODSON, .I T el .... . Vicksburg, Miss. B.S., M.D. "ff the rascal hasn'l given me medicine to matic me love him, l'll he hanged." Refi and Blue- Vluhg A. A. A. ll.1 .lunior Ijmntt' Voinniittt-1-g Vntillwii Vluti l'niiiu t'ummitto-eg Mi,-ditgal Vluh. Ashbyis characteristic smile is famous for making co-eds' hearts go "potato-potato." Ashby wanted to give the other boys a chance. or he might have again headed the lift for most Apollo-like fea- tures this year. SCl"l0Ol of Law JOSEPH FRANKLIN ALLEN .......... . Kosciusko, Miss. BACHELOR or LAW HA lion among ladies is a most dreadful thing." Horinamiii. 'tit-'20-'flg ll2tS"'Illt' Vlulv, 'ilg Axim.-i'ivaii Iii-:ning Blat-kstmie Law Club, 'ZUNUL joe Frank, the boy from Kosciusko, takes to work like a duck to water. His ambition is to represent his district at the capital city. With those piercing eyes and thin, long curling lashes, he will realize his dream. L' -' 4 , Q 1 f V W Q WNW, 1 1 ' L I 10 ',, L x r'1 , 9 -5 X. 1 I P I' N Mbna! I1 x Kai Tl" 'VT dmvilg I ,FJ I P ' I . H Vi ' l IJ I "HA s ff I 'J , i I K i lt' 4 'T' cafs A-x' 'Q-ww. s...V , ... 1 I, 1 4 A F' I u A '1 1 f L A X 1 5 T Q 'I' I x A i f '15, 'af-5.4 vi "4,:?::fQ4'!tQ,'E if -oy... -A- I ,eh . Q 3. - Qflfff Ji 'Wig' 'aiheyk' '1 31 53,5 . .Q ,- .UE 5371 1 w., . l 5"f.l:: l l ' Alf. .3 4 il: .- I ,-'ff off. if -'ffl 'Jflz is G'-is T'-1-if i -151: 45 S49 LS L?-.4 nf.. X- . von, X I afengssal, SCHOOL OF LAW 1 A j. HOLLIS BROWN . .......... . Fulton, Miss. BACHELOR OF LAW "He who would search for pearls must dive below." Masrmit- Ululig Blackstone Law Pluhg A, E. F. Plub. To the voters of ltawamba he is known as "Hollis Brown," and they knew him well enough to send him lo the Mississippi Legislature. He is faithful and diligent in his work. S. J. CLENDINNING, A fp E . .... . B.s., LL.B. . McComb, Miss. "Co forth, lliou man of forceg the world is all thy own." I'i'wsi1lf-lit A. S. FL. 'lflfl Prrsirlr-nt Y. ll. 1', .K,, 'Zig Mississippian Board of Prizm' trial. 'LIZL Y. M, U. A. l'vvunr'il '20, l'2llIlIlt'l 'UIQ Sr-m'l'Pt:1r'y Gwwflwii llzlll B4'lHI'4l of Vniitrol, '21, Blaclist.iii-- Vluhg Silt-mul Spt-uk.-r flE'l'IlliU"2!ll .Xiiriivt-rsziry, 'lflg Fri-shnizin Metlzil nt' Hi-rrnzu-un Society, 'litg lnte-rr,-olleginto Ili-lv:it+'i', 'Zig Inter- soci--ty Dt-hater, '21, Histlirinii Sopliuiiwrw- Vlnss, 'IOQ Mississippizm Stuff, '21, 'l'iw-asurw-r' Ili-rrnaw-an, 'zlg Arm-i'i1'ali l.i-gion, 'ltr-'22, Masonic: Vlutig Eflitorizil Stuff ul-V Miss. '21. With eloquence and force "Pat" won his place as a leader. He has kept it with his cordial friendli- ness. His capacity for doing many things well is shown by his getting two degrees in four years. VIVIAN C0014 . ......... . Sumner, Miss. BACHELOR OF LAW "A cheerful disposition is a fund of ready capilalf' Blue-kstone Law Club. '20-'21-'ISL Sr'Qr'etar'y Junior Law Class: Rasketlmall, 'ill- 'ZEQ Honor Founcil Junior Law Class. The opposing counsel will discover that Vivian combines with a gracious courtroom manner a ready wit and a thorough knowledge of law. Her individuality, enthusiafm and sincerity have won for her a host of friends. 1 . x l Q-.lx ' ,cw l l L SCHOOL OF LAW WILKES H. DAVIS . ,....... . . . Pelahalchie, Miss. BACHELOR OF LAW ul dare do all that may become a man. Who dares :lo more is none." l'hi SIILYYHI. 'ZII-'Lil-'ZIQ View--l'i'i-sirtelit l'l1i Sigrrm, 'Il-'IZL Hlziwltstuiii- Vluli, 'II- 'ZZQ Vriliv Bluvkstorw, 11322: A. E. I", Vluli. It you would select a man of sterling qualities, Davis would be your choice. He denounces injustice with keen sarcasm, regardless of the consequences. and is a speaker of unusual ability. ERNEST AUSTIN ERWIN . ......... . Evensville, Tenn. BACHELOR OF LAW 'AHL' would llirlc his lalcnls unclcr the bushel of his nloilcslyf' A, F14 IFA Vtiitwg Hr-rrrmmirl I.iti-Vary Stwia-ty: .Xmvrivzin I,-lgiiiiig lqlgiivlgsiriiii- lmw Vluti. Erwin comes to us from Tennessee, with the zeal for work customary with all Tennesseans. There is dignity in his manner. which mal-tes his words eflectixe before the jury. MURRAX' C. FALRNER, JR ........... . University, Miss. BACHELOR OF LAW 4 ulihcy my llrou arl a lawyer in disguise. 'Tis Ivcll, l would rml suspect il oll1crn1isc.' .L td. In Vliitig lulllllllll Vluh, Never worry, never hurry, jack will get there yet. But Fallcner always speaks to the point, argues forcibly, reasons clearly and logically, ruling out irrelevant and immaterial matter. U--A MN . "I 1 L 1 i i lx .A 's L...-.. AL- 1 --- ---F - -- f :,lLf, X -' l ll I l ll ll i X SCHOOL OF LAW 'il' "l l. 1' li .2 I ll , - . 1-74, l E ? ll 'X' ' - A ,N ' .q'i A' i JOHN SIDNEY FINCH . .......... . Booneville, iss BACHELOR OF LAW "I am sure care's an enemy of life." Cumberland Unix-pi-sityg Member Mississippi Barg Blackstone Law Clubg Phi Signing A. E. F. Club. l Finch came lo us from Cumberland Law School, and has duplicated here the high record he made X there. Where he got his smile we do not lcnowg he came here with il, and has had il ever since 1 CARL MANAR HATHORN ............ . Columbia, Miss BACHELOR OF LAW "The bcfl has become a place of luxury lo me: I would nol exchange il for all llie lhrones in lhc world." H+-rnnieaii, 'lib-'30-'!l"2!3 Blackstone Law Clubp Votillion Club. lnclifferent in manner, "Judge" surprises his opponenls with his ready wil. If he can resist the corner X store, he will malce a hne lawyer. SIDNEY EARL MCGEE . .......... . Chunky, Miss BACHELOR OF LAW "A bold, bad man," l. Phi Siginu. Literary Son'-ietyg Blackstone Law Club: American Legiong A. E. F. ', Club: Chaplain of Plii Sigma, '21g Mississippi College-, '20, 5 lVlcGee is the man who would not hurry through life in a day, but slowly and surely accomplishes his . hit. smiling as he goes over lhe rough places. i .sql il' CJ if .-2: x, . Qlfggv 1 I V 0 I f l T1-I 1 n ---- - - ------, I l S C H O O L O F L A W i V LEONARD B. NIELVIN . .... . . . . . . Ellisville, Miss. BACHELOR OF LAW "ff Lot air were music, I would be a whole brass band." Htzivkstnm- l,:1w Vlutig Mzisonir Vinh: Y. M. l'. A, I'-vtinvil. 'SU-'Jlg Plugs lfrmttizill, 'IHQ Vtziss Hnsetunll. 'ZIJ XYiiini-is Mississippi Pint- I.:insl :ind Plfuit:-i"s Sl'lltlli1t'SlllIl, 'IN 'Zig .XtIiii'rie-y-their--i':il I.:iw t'luti, 'Ing Sw-in-tui'y Si-niiii' I.:iw Vtziss, '2l"!2L Purliumt-ntai'ian lierniaean. Melvin, possessed with a voice like a preacher, realizes the fact that a lawyer earns his pay by talking. He is conscientious and public-spirited, and will always be among the leaders in his community. STANFORD EVERETT MORSE, K L' . . . . . . . . Jackson, Miss. BACHELOR OF LAW 'Nfllnose' is a model sludent, has never missed a case: hcfll have no lroublc with the law nwhen lin: world hc starts to face." Millsaps lmllvgt-, 'lx-'19-'llll Grill' t'tuti. '21-'321 Iltuvkstiiiii- Vtutig l"r-si-ti-nt ut , Svlttvil' Lau' Vluss. 'Il-'Ill TQ-liliis Vlubq l'1w,-siilviit IC, IC. 'l'. Vlulii Vice-I'ritsid.-nt N .lcieksini Vluti, President of the Senior Law Class is a great distinction, but "Moose" has carried it with becoming modesty. A diligent student, he pleads his cases with a thunderous voice and an assurance that comes with mastery of the law. RICHARD JONES PETTEY, L' A E . . . . . . . . Greenwood, Miss. BACHELOR OF LAW HA home, u pipe, a dutiful wife. His must be a wonderful life." Varsity Hasvtiutl, 'SH-'31, HAI" Vlutig lmni-.- Viiniiiiittw-, 'Qu-'3l: tI+'riime:iii: Pr.-gg- ttf-nt Viitittiwii Vtutv, '21-'!!: Blair-kstoiiv Law Vtuti, '3u-'g1:3g3 x'g.Y..,-p,-,,,i,yE.,,l N Senior' Lgixx Vlziss, '31-'Zig Vtitlei' l.e-after. 'Il-'ESQ I'. S. Military Avzui--iny, 'lxllfog lvlllYx'l'SllX ol' Viiuiiiifi, 'tt'-'Stn XYiiiiwr ut Pi-iiulmily ewnitt-st, '20-'31, Editorial! ' Sturt Oli- Miss, '21-'22, 1 Vlfith a smile and gracious manner. "Spd" has won his way. He is equally at ease on the baseball cliamoncl. the ballroom floor, or before the court. and is loved everywhere. -c S V A. ix :LA SCHOOL OF LAW JOHN URI SIMMONS Bay Springs Miss BACHELOR OF LAW Bid me dzscourse 1 will enchanl llnnc car 1 mm I Cl S rs I 1 ul The eloquence wlth wblcb Red speaks will n'ake a P forget has code He will conunce the publnc that oratory strll exists ln Miss: :ppl A B AMIS Merldlan Miss BACHELOR OF LAW If worru wrre the onlu cause of death fncn would he live forex cr -X jolly good fellow Amls IS thoroughly liked by his fellow student A quret and reserved thinker yet vll1 bus logic his opponents are put to Hugh! tv. 1. ALEXANDh.R Bay Spnngs M155 BACHELOR or LAW And ld men so conduct llwcmscllcs m life As lo be strangers to flefcal ll 91 I if fleet dent Very dependable wrtty and likable Alexander rs a friend of everyone who knows hum As a member of the Leglsl1ture be IS making good L r I i I I n Y 5 l .fr-f I r ' -1'--"'--T 1 , A ,ful I , X i ll 53 lg f I 1 5 I 'L li I j -Wg , . - 1 , - A A e'-- r -. 1 1 . 1' 'f 'XI-.ly1" ..- .. Y- - A- A, --- - " XX- .Y --"' I' L7 l A I lr Pli Fig 1 .its-rnry Soft-tyg Nli.:s'.'sipp':1n Ftzff, 'INQ Bl: -csttnw l'lul:. Q ' - U iss. -I , . . . . . . . ......... . . , . .. , v Zyl K . . , If 'J .xl . . . , . . . 't.",'v"" X 4 .' 1 Q - 3. , ,Arif ta ' ' ' ' . ggtfp J 41" .. m y . , A Pl' ."g'na, '21-'lftg Vit-Q-fP1'--sith-rut, 'Il-E125 Blz -ketone Vlnlr. 'Il-':IJg X'1c'4--"LV - , '21-TI2. .J V X , 1' 'nl Q,- ,.w ' ll ' - , Y ,. .pf 'X gs-is Q, l',...f I A L I , w I SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING JAMES THOMAS DENTON ............. . Oxford, Miss. BACHELOR OF ENGINEERING "Hear ye not llic l'Ium of mighty n:orlfing.s?" ,. . , .,, , . , , . , .., .., . I, , , - l'lll hI:..III:l. 1.0-,ng l'1llLZIll4't'l'lllLf,' tluti tn-,tl--l, 54't'l'FUll'X -Q Kit-ti-lI't-sul.-III l'IIIgiIIi'I-I'iIIg t'lII:ss, 'tlg Hllltlvlll .Xssistzmt III Mullin-Imitirs, 'Z!. Denton decided that Senior Engineering left too much spare time, and is assisting in propounding the intricacies of freshman mathematics. Ask him how he likes Lake Providence! WILL EDWIN DORROH . ............. . . Rena Lara, Miss. BACHELOR OF ENGINEERING "By lime and toil we sever what strength and rage could never." 'l'l'l'ilSllltt'l' Hli- Miss lCII:4iIIr-i-I's '10, PI'I-sith-Iit 'Bug Xvlf'tl'ljl't'SlIlPllt svllitll' Ulass, 23, E." left us for a while to "learn" his profession and has come back to hnish studying it. He has displayed his constructive tendencies in successfully engineering his way into the heart of a fair co-ed. HOWARD CLAY FORD ............... , Potts Camp, Miss. BACHELOR OF ENGINEERING "A faulllcss body aml a blameless mind." Plzisx Ifimtlizlll. 'tit-'30-'Eli 1'l:ISs llsiskf-tlIzIIl, 'lil-'JUL Yin-mf-l'I'I-sinh-III Hli- Miss l':Il2:',l' llI'l'l'S, '203 I'I'I-sid--Int l'IIII.1iII+-4-I'iIIL:' Vlass, 'ZIQ 'l'I't'2lStll't'I' uf A. S, By, '32, "Henry," as he is best known, is too nice a fellow to be an engineer. as they are seldom "f'ivil." He has a way with him that makes one like him first, last and always. yr i ,l I L, I I I I I I I I IR -I is I f' ' ' ' ' I I I SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING ,-,t, , WILLIAM EDWARD JOHNSON ............ . Cohay, Miss. I BACHELOR OF ENGINEERING "He lhinlfs loo much: such men are dangerous in llicir wisdom." l l'IIi Signm, '1Tg Adjutant Al'lltJl'l4'?:lYl l.i-gioii, 'UIQ Vivi--l'I'esI1l--III Aliisoiiir- Vluli, '23, Vim-v-Pri-siderit A. E. F, Club, 'QUQ SvvI'ctaI'y and '1'l'P8SllI'f'l' or Engiiiei-ring Class. 'Bill Presirlent Oli- Miss Eiigim-Q,-I's, '22. johnson will make a regular engineer, as he has proxed a conscientious student and is a real "shark" in his studies. Structures more amazing than our air castles will hardly be beyond him. 1 I I HUGH SOUTHERLAND LEWIS ........... . Madison, Miss. BACHELOR OF ENGINEERING I "My heart is whole, my fancy frecg run on, co-eds, f1on'l bolhcr mc." Pre-siclent .Iunior Vlass, '213 Ulm- Miss EIIZIIIDI-rs. lr will probably never be explained why the most handsome man in school is making engineering his life work. But if he is as good as he looks, the profession will experience wonderful advances when he leaves us to join its ranks. I I RAYMOND E. MABUS ............... . Ackerman, Miss. I BACHELOR OF ENGlNEERlNG "Cl1ecrfulnc'.ss and conlenl are famous prescrvcrs of good looks." I . Hl'l'll16l62lllQ 'lil't'IlSlll'k3l' Ulf- Miss Erngim-ers, 'Qu-'21, W It seems that Nlabus is thc, if not the only. social lion of his class. But don't think less of him for lhatg I it will come in mighty well when he wanls to land the big jobs he intends to. I I I I I . w , I if' 1. ri , Y l f' iii. W u , I I SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING C-I,IsTAx'E OLlX'lER PRADOS ............ . Long Beach, Miss. BACHELOR OF ENGlNEl-QRING "O lwirils lliul marble- as Ilia iluy goes by, Sing sweetly: twire my love hath smiled on me." 'l'i':ti-lt, 'gtk Viisifl--iit tlli- Miss Ifliigziiiw-Is. '20-'UIQ St-riiti I1'iiiitli:ill, 'Stl-'ZI1 Vliiss Ifm-Itnill, '31, 'l':iyloi Mittal in Itiztwiilpr. '3l. Ht irlim-:mg Mississilipizin b't:tl't', '3l"!!. Vile hesitate IO mention anything about Prados, as slie is so well known already. But if "Gus" is as successful in his profession as he's been In another way-well, we'll worry over someone else's future. FRANCIS THORNTON THOMPSON .......... . Blue Molmtain, Miss. BACHELOR OF ENGINEERING "Rises early, slualics late, Wiirks all clay will? lwolis uml slate." Y. RI V, .Xu tllv Miss lsliiaziiiwe-I'sg Itlississippiztii lltportt-I', 'IU-'IIQ Histiirizui Sviiioi "Liss, '33, mlhcmpu has given every aspiring member of his class a fight for first place, and has already seen what engineering is like with Uncle Sam in Montana, Ole Miss is glad to claim him. NWILLIE TIGER WEBB .............. . Iuka, Miss. BACHELOR OF ENGINEERING A Nlliliriils that have nothing lo confer Final lillle lo perceive." I'hi Siginn. 'lT, 'IM tilt' Miss l'III,LLiilQ'1-I':4, '20, '!-, More than one Of his fellow students will miss Webb's cheerfulness and his amiable smile. lt comes lo us. too, that, aside from his engineering accemplishmcnts, he intends to publish a new book of original jokes. Vfell take four copies! fe ' --w,fl'W ' W" Aww 'W' 'D-f""" iw' kf1---e------ -1 - 'UN' "-'- Xi' ' lf L-W , li l -'U - l I I A - Tw--"-Y '-" rr- "A'A' "V-""'--"'-'H' W' - f I 1 ! y SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING N, I IX Q 1 YY.- UAUFMW?-Mpvr, , ,W MH , .. - l L 4A V 'gf'-f--'-e'-' " A' " yr' ' ' "M" ' and-' A WILLIAM ENOCH WILSON . ............ . Batesville, Miss. BACHELOR OF ENGINEERING "Great tallfcrs are never great ulcers." Varsity Bust-liull, '20, '21g filo Miss Enginetgrs. Enoch is too good at baseball for wonders to be expected of him in anything else, although no doubt he will be as good at building bridges as he was at piling up scores for us. 1 WALTER FEATHERSTON WOOLLARD ........ . Grenada, Miss. I' BACHELOR OF ENGINEERING "A lwcllcr fellow lo wall? with down life's highway is seldom found." Fluss Fflfitlmll. '20-'21-'QZQ Ulf Miss lirigiriei-Vs. Ht'I'l'l'l:ll'j' '2l: Sv-vt'-'tnl'y-'I'I'f-LISIIIQI .Iuninr Illrigiricvriiig Flaws. '2lg Ifm-tlmll Fquurl. 'Zig l'yI'e4'iaI1s f'lul1. '21g I-XT!1l'l'ltjilll Legyion, '21. 'Zig A. E. F, Vluli, '20Y'2l-'22g Fr:-III-h Vlub. '21 Walter is lco familiar a figure to require our feeble attempt to sum up his good qualities. He is well equipped to place himself at the front as soon as he has the chance to show what he can do. 1 'SCITOOI of Pharfflacy HILTON H. ALBRITTON . ...... . McComb, Miss. PHARMACY -X "I have always thought lhe actions of men the basl inlerprelcrs of their thoughts." 11' Y. M. C. A.. '21-'223 I1l12ll'lll1ll'l'llfll'Ill Asst'-cizttiuri, '21-'22g Mernlivr Employmerit l'OIlllTlllll't', '22: 1'l'l'Sl1ll'lll St-Iiiur l'lI:II'mzu'y Vlztss, '21 "Brit'f has been a faithful student in the School of Pharmacy, and will make a great druggist before many generations have passed. His being elected president of his class speaks for his popularity among his fellow students. sf? fy" L I " I' , v Q, .r f R.-Q J, ngfgv 4!',- L I -+- lqo, K, " L,,,,,,,,., W- wiv ... . L I., -, -- , 5. A 1 I ,, -,, -,' ' D9 . P ' fd. . is . i ,- A-NY A A -Q.. .Ti Q93 , as ft . .E A4 . .., ill? A .vs LT l .,, l l l l , --,. J. .,. l f+'a'...r.:t-..irmfg.. I ,is ' giig 5 . SCHOOL GF PHARMACY I MILTON RICHARD BARNHILL ....... . Brooksville, Miss. PHARMACY "As merry as the day is long." .L an-l Al., 'ISJIUUL l'llHI'Hl5ll't'l.ltll'2ll Assm-izitwil. '20-'21-'Zig Votilliwn t'Iub. "Bunny" isn't so little that he can't snore loud enough to keep the neighborhood awake. When he meets chemistry the teacher always fails to call the roll. "Hard Luck," "Bunny," PHINIS KY BETHANY ...... . Shuqualak, Miss. PHARMACY "A man he seems of cheerful yesterdays." l'lu1i'iii:u'-slitii-:il .xSSll1'l2lllUlll "lass Hziselvzill. '20-'Ill l'l:lSS Ffmttvall, '30, '21, We all know that "Ky" will be as successful as any Of the class. He is well liked by all the students and takes part in all activities. We shall all miss him. NEWTON BROWN . ...... . West Blocton, Ala. PHARMACY "The nobles! study ol manffiml is nmman." l'll5tl'Illill'1'lllll'ill .Xs.siwmtivv1l. I':Ilt4'llJtlllHtt'llt l'fvlliiiiitte'e'. Y. Rl. V. A. Of cofurse everyhody knows that "Deacon" will be married before long. He has a good start, and he says she is willing. He hasn't had time to count the love letters he has received. Look out, "Deacon," you'll be kidnaped before long! SCHOOL OF PHARMACY WADE B. CHANDLER . ...... . Braxton, Miss. PHARMACY "Cares not a pin what they say or may say." A. and Itl, Uollegv, '17-'lisp I'lr:1l'm:1t-1-utit-al Assn:-ialitm. "Roy" is quiet in a crowd, but l can't say what would happen when you get him alone. Aslc her! A good student and popular with his classmates. We can look for big things to happen in the forth- coming years. ' G. W. CURTIS . ....... . French Camp, Miss PHARMACY "1 am not in the roll of common men." Iflinrmacn-utit-ul Assoeiatioiig Millsaps. 'IN-'13, Curtis is one that doesn't talce life seriously, but lets each day take care of itself. He stands high in his classes and takes part in all student activities. We know success is his. JAMES OBREGON DEES . ...... . Ethel, Miss. PHARMACY "Silence, more musical than any song." l'll2ll'l1l2ll'FllIll'2ll Assuvizitiun, "Parson" says that he is not a preacher if he does look like one. A good, all-round student, "Parson" says he is going to malice N 'emu hop when he blows into town with his terrible line. 5 I ' "tQ""'.""""f'9"' 4' . 4T.Tifx"F4vJA" Q9 mv"'Rf"SZ-'C.2-I .1-'ui'-Qi' .-.Qdl"'L':1C,1 '3'1"t-:xi ,,fQ1xfQfN'1-.YQ 44.1.-,QIQXT H, ,tak - .':"AU 7' 774 F '.,-fipf. f r 4.52 514 t SCHOGL OF PHARMACY CLEVELAND BEASLEY FEATHERSTON .... . Hazlehurst, Miss. PHARMACY "Toi1 is lhe lol of all, but none for nie." Yi.-i--t'ie-sirtr-iil t'li:ii'iii1imAiilif-:il Assiwiiitia-ii, '30-'Dig 4'l11ltl'lH5lI1 lil' Eiiiptopiiioiit 4'i-iiiiiiitti-v ziiitl Mt-iiitwi' l'iX4'l'llllX'n' Viiiiiliiittr-I-l '31-'33, Al-'iiilwi Ftwli- t'Iiqii'iii:i- 1-eiitii-:il .Xssiir-iailiniig ll-wiiiait-ziii, Y. M. V, A. "Clive" says he wants some of his board money bac k, as he hasn't met breakfast but once this year, and he's such a shark in chemistry that he doesn't ever have to meet the class. Clive doesn't slight the path that leads toward the "Coop" either. JOE W. FORD . ....... . Taylorsville, Miss. PHARMACY "There is no arl lo fiml Ilia miricfs constructions in the face." Iluslu-ttutll '1'+-uni, 'lit-'3II, 'ZIQ llolwl-iii Itzill ilmiiwt will Voiitiwil, 'ZH-'31, Piwsitteiit ol' I'lim'iii:iw-iiiit-ill Asstwizitiuti. 'It-'!!. Mviiilii-i' ul "M" Ululi, 'It-'32, "Sullivan's Hollow" produces something else besides basketball players. joe is absorbing pharmacy right along, and reports that "Sullivan's Hollow" will shine sure enough when he turns his drug store loose. Unselhsh and a familiar hgure, as well as a good student. WILLIAM C-OBEL FORD . ...... . Taylorsville, Miss. PHARMACY I "1 am sure care is an enemy lo life." Ilzistu-ttraitl 'IH-zim, 'tt'-'BU-'31, Gimliiii llutl timirrt ot' 12-iitiwil. '31-'::g 'l'i'ensi1i'ei' t'h:ii'iii:u--Auitival ,'Xssm'iutiui1, 'It-'SEQ Mviiitwr ul' "AI" Vliitv, 'Il-'22, "You tell 'em, drug store: l'm a pharmachuteln "Colne" has the qualities of a successful man, and we know he will live up to them. ln basketball "C-oben is supreme and has backed many an opponent to the wall. y 1 l ,' - 1- 1 15:9 ' i.. .1 S' " ' H", 7 'Yi' A77' 7 37 ""7T,Tf IQ if-TQ"-ti ,. , -' 5? Wg W. .R-y.,e'..fw,,nf'-R .3 g ,. s A . 5 -cg-, Wai 2.01-,. ,eg Lid "wt ',Q- 4 S fm'-."4.1' 4: M, f..-. A . 1. . "Wx fi s in C,5:"f'a",:fl 1" 'Xg,...ff le jf" w I -' 'Y B yt.. ' E+" 2 .V-K -'x"""i 4' 3, ' 4 1' 1. nj, 41 r i , A . .msg -. ii-it fri, P 4- me if fn T- SW ' 1 " ci --:ff-Es 'A-1-4 ' ' I . ' 'V I l, i 1' if il ill l X' N :'1,1,t'5.i'.i SCHOOL OF PHARMACY t,,,. 'l Q Q l gl , i -' l 5 CHARLES LEE HACOOD ...... A Centreville. Miss. PHARMACY "Thy face the inrlex lo a nohlc niimlf' l'li:irm:i4'i'utii-:il .Xfsiwiziti-ill, '20-'Ill l'I:iSs li:iS1-I-ull. 'ZH-'Jlg 4'l'tSs llislti-tlv.iII 'Ill-'Eli l'iv-Mt-flu-:il Vliili. 'lit-'!tI. Sw-ivtuiy l'li:iilii:ii'+1iiti1':lI Asst-iizltwli. 'Ll-'Ll "Charlie" has been with us for four years, and too much can't be said for him. lle is an all-round Ole Miss man, participates in all activities, and can be called upon to do his part in any phase ot the school life. He has held several offices of distinction. HiRAM WILLIS HENDERSON . ..... . Potts Camp. Miss. PHARMACY nf would rather excel others in fflwwlerlgt- than pvnu-r." .Xiri-iivzlii I.+-uitin. 'Jlf'!!. l'Ii:ii'm:w-'utiiezil Ks.-1-it-i:iti1ili. 'Ll-'Jig Xlgifiiiiit- Vliili 'JL l'lii Flillllil. '32, l'ii-Stale-lil .llllll4lI l'llJlllIlJIl'5 Vlziss. lffilipliixiiiiiit Vulllllllllti, l'l1:il'ni:iri-utii':il .Nssiit'i:ltiiiii, ,X. S. I! When "Doc" announces a written and Hcripii ups and says he "knows his stuff." you had better beware. ' cl. One of the best students of the class. good-natured, and a gem in "Crip" has an "A" on his min the hearts of those who know him. JAMES W. HOWELL . ..... Houlka, Miss. PHARMACY "The man who ffnouu he AIIUTDS, lie ffimnvsf' l'll:it'n1:i4'i-iilli-:il .X Smit-izit l'tll, Howell has been with us only two years, but he is a regular fellow, and we lcnow that achieve-mem is his middle name. We hate to see him go. -t A 1 . . ,x i'-lfr f , ,Ni .,. ix " - 'f . J s, HV, 1 .J .,- .v ,, fx sq, ,,,. R J' ,- ff YT, ' QW 'i,.m.g gg. "W 5M t Aff' Q? Q 'Q X yffl 1, , -.: .nz ,xi " f.. H' -:SJ -'f'-- H 1:1 ,fy . 'r X . A if I 'til :lf . 3 i t SCHOOL OF PHARMACY ir' V . y., fe .2 T - Yi is A A A A S-- . .ki .fi ERNEST HOUSTON JACKSON ....... . Blue Mountain, Miss. i A l ., W ,i 1 IA, - 70: ' 4 ,M L! -L t l -i,,,, I -. ,J .5 D . H -1. p r e , K. ' ' xi ,Q H ' ' J lFs'-:nv ll A K ' i it l 3 , T Q1 A K K 'X 'Q I 4-In I . l i A . . , 1 , mils' PHARMACY "Sec hon: doth the busy hee improve each shining hour." t'lmr'inat-1-iitit-al Assm-iutiun, Historian '22: M. H. A., '1S. "jack" will be remembered when he has gnne out to fight his battle to win. We know he will, as "jack" says things dOn't get too difhcult for him. One of the "gang," and a mighty important member. WILSON HARTWEE1. JOHNSON ....... . Brooksville, Miss. PHARMACY "Things are bound to happen-why worry: everything comes lo him who mails-why hurry?" l'l'iai'nm4-Putical Assrii-tation, 'ill-'21-'IZQ Mississippi State Plizwmaeeiitical Assn- t-iatinii, 'Z11 Xvil'l'-lJl'PSlt1l'lli Senior i'llLll'Hl2H'5' Vluss, '2:g Vttlillillll Club, Brooksville lost a good man and Ole Miss gained one when "Happy" came to the University. A fine student, always willing to do his part in student activities. We wish him the' very best in life. GEORGE SPIVEY KENT . ...... . Kilmichael, Miss. PHARMACY "Fraught with learning." St-i-retziry-'l'reasuri-r t-'viiwi' l'liul'in:i4-5' Flziss, '23: l.i-w Wzillarn- Prizi- in Phar- niiii-rigiiosy. 'Zig l'hz1rniac-1-utivzil Assrwiatimi, 'ft-'::g Vntilliml Club' 'ggg yn M. t', A., '21"ff, "Spivey" Says that some of these days he intends to be a pharmacist. He is only learning how to do it now. One of the steadiest in the class and a regular lady's man. Watch your step, kid! is mi' li f :ff T159 Qfgl' g" iff -E ,lu 'A I mQh"x.f,Y,N,f53 ' , -Q p ,i , A-,, gy 41, ,, N ,i . .fill alll... -A -A-,ri-A-se-R -- W-f ---H as is ,A -,F--.-,-.- xe,f,-,,-.-.-,-.- -c.-J.,- -Lvx i , - - K, p 4 LW? My A H Nm M-M A A . . ,, L.- ,. ,. G-5 - A-HM, VA r iwvawib,---.wg M, v R Y ,Wwe , ,, , , Www, . 1 1 1 . 1 l SCHOOL OF PHARMACY it n t uw" ' W ' A WM ' i ii M L-' A 'dh M-if 'gf-----A-f fn- f--- ' ff --' - -' WT , 1. ROY L. LANE ...... . Lumberton, Miss. 1' ' PHARMACY 1 K' s "1 had rather have a fool to make me merry than experience to make me sad." R I '.J Pharmaceutical .-Xssfxciation. Y "Boob" hails from that "sawdust pile" called Lumberton. He can't decide whether he should be a clown or a pharmacist, so we think he is taking' a course in both. A jolly, all-round good sport. . f . f 1 f fit LESLEY L. LECCETT . ...... . Seminary, Miss. PHARMACY p - A ,. , l "There are two .sides to every question-mine and the wrong side." . ' l 'i Phar'rna4.'eutiCaI Association, l I Leggett has been at Ole Miss two years, but everybody knows him. He has a big heart and a place in 1' . Qt' 4, it for everybody. He is ambitious, care-free, clever, and a splendid lad who will rapidly mcvunt the i f' l rungs of the ladder of success. We wish him luck in life. A , t FRANK GRIFFIN LYERLY . ...... . Meridian, Miss. V 'I r " ' PHARMACY f " ' ll, "Who mixed reason with stories, and wisdom with jokes." l V 2 lklariagt-r Football Team, 'Bly Executive Vommitter- 1'lt2:ll'1lliiL'j' ,XSSIvL'i2iliHll1 A, Id. .fi i- D F. Club: Masonic Clubg Ainoriean Legion. ' i When he isn't acting in the capacity of football manager, "Skipper" studies pharmacy enough to keep l L well up with his class. "Slcipper's" chief delight is in telling one of his unique collection of navy jokes. 'I A ,-H.. I If I. A L' 1 K' . F . , z.. 3 . f f 51 i'i"'.e if f Liv!! M' ' - V 'Ili' ' -f A? V ' ' A27 ,V lt-, . .-"'L ,'A J x 9:1 Q1 L l",. ,l'.yl-1 - 'tfl"'!u f' ' ' 1 HJ' , . U I 1 i. 4.1.---er 1 ' L .Ji ..., '4.,.,...,,.-.. . .- s -.-. .. . . 1' .M -w -4---s -+-- '--- - 4' -' .- -1- 4 I r 1 I' 'W f . -.g 15,9 fp. fi 455. if-CJf1l.,i Qian' Vi gg- .. X. j. 1 ,. ?f P i J ,Y ,tp wx" WO. .KI .-'15 :-53 ,-ml A . s. 3 iq' rf I. .Aa . JJ in' iw - o w...,,,, xx h L -f he Mi. jf- . F F enigma ca , A i 1 . I: l .1 tg . l . ' tu 4,'. -fi 1, 'A' ' 1 t t- Q7- '. L., TJ t I N Vt 1 . Kg! l,x , .. , U I V V- .f X v X, I. ,, , XX 1 ' W .mir W r-- . . 'f w ' s v u 'MARY' HOWARD PlTCHFORD . ..... . Canton, Miss. PHARMACY "Anil looks cornmcrcing with the sffies, thy rapt soul sitting in thine eyes." tilt- Misses: M. S. M.: Itluriom-tt-rs, 'L'Zg tttsturizui l'lI1ll'Ilt!lf'y Ulass, 1523 S1-i-r'e-tar'y- 'l'l'l'2lSllI't'l', 'Zig l':Xl't'llllYl' Vurriirlittt-e I't1zit'1im11-litivul Assoviativill '2l, l'lf'lllll'll't' '31, Y. W,1',A, llilririvtg t,1-g.:ig:Ialivt,- Purim-il Studi-nt Govt,-r'r1rru-rrtg ttlississilrpinn St.xt't', '3I. "Howard" has thoroughly convinced herself that she doesn't like men, and so firmly beliexes it that she is trying to convince the rest of us of lt. So, to please her, we' shall predict a meteoric career. How- ever, some men don't stop for a career. CYRUS Amis RAPE . ..... . Moss Point, Miss. PHARMACY "Persuasion lips his tongue Ivl1ene'cr he talks." Ptunruivvrfiitie,-at Assist-izaitiwli, 'Qt-'UIQ Ex+'r'lltiv1- Ufvlrirrrittw- I"haI'rii:i1'vntii-al Assn- .-igiiiuir, '!!3 Varsity Iflaslwltvaitl. 'Et-'22: M:ii1:1i.:1-r I-Szislfs-thrill. '22g "M" Vluh, 219331 St-or-.-titty :mul 'I'n-:isur--1' ot' "M" Vlutv. '21-'ZZQ "M" Plnb ltainve 1'mnmit- tw. 12: Sw-r-frmry-'I'rt-asur'i-r ull- Miss Board ot' l'ontroI. 'ZIZQ Business ltlrfmagor Ola- NVQ """ t'0ltlli4rtl Vlllly .s.. ....., . Cy is a little man, but sometimes he can be so big! All the seniors :ay !hat's so after he adopted the greeting, "Got that ten dollars yet?" A number of the men on the basketball Hoor can say so, too, and emphatically. SAM H. SEALE . ...... . Kilmichael, Miss. PHARMACY "perseverance conquers all things." v I'li11r'lmu'1-litif-:il .Xsswvr"i:tti1ri1, '31-'!2Jg Y. M. l'. A.. '21-'I2. Wlxen the chemistry sharks are advertised for. "Sam" will no doubt be the peoples choice, as the next book to be written will be his. "How I Learned Organic Chemistry." A good, all-round student, well liked by all. Luck to you, Sam! fx L, , . i , Q I ara i i 32. Q x v. . . ' . V .' 1 . A - av l u y- ., Y 1 ' sl . x 'P 731 r - ' I .3 " 'F fra' ' ' .- , Y -. J - .F - 4... we A . -A N , rx- , is Ayyt Q, -x , V A ,. in l --AA '----.Y. 3 ls - W.. Lal ,gl ' N W ' i ,ull l .-.- ' A H-.......--..-. - s . ,--- ----- - --ft, M f- M ----.W --we - --Q-'N----v-----4 lr ' ..V...1 Jt -,Ll L. .-H--.ries s--H s W -. A. "' A ix f . A A A 'C v-' C 'ff' J f' 2- 5 """' .l ,1 5. 2-XX 3 , l-Ti . 1 5 m,,J"g ,.i,,, ..,..- .. -s-- - H- ,,..,, - -----fs--Jw----w --ff! 53,1 A' as - of Mfr- -as---as-H as s -N 1 1 ' X A p 'C me-f-""'i SCHOOL OF PHARMACY 1 ,,, Y ,....,--,M..h.-,..,.s. me .-.-..... , L i .-- .-f-:Ns-4,4 'A-A----M -J A , S ' U kg' 'I I "U"' JN f"" ' 'g "' Am" -44? H' "AW" Aga' M-0- --H' - l ' lf i,jx ff' Q p 'l UN, . 3 . ' f L X l ' l l . "' A' .1 L A l HENRY LLOYD STANFORD . . ...... . Blue Mountain, Miss. t 'ral Ll! 1 PHARMACY , pl ,I l "Wisely and slow: they slumflle that run fast." i 1 . I Phairnace-iitieul Assoc-tation, 'ZOJZI-'222: Cotillion 1"lub, '22, l Jack comes from Blue Mountain, and has been with us four years. He is the ladies' favorite on the dance floor, whether. they know him or not, jack Can't help but be a good Npharmachutef' as he has fx that in his work for the last two years. We wish him the best. l I' Wn.L1AM DUNCAN WATKINS ........ . Mize, Miss. PHARMACY "The rule of my life is to malfe Business a plcasurc and pleasure my business." Pharrnaceutimil Association. Watkins is gradually climbing to the top in the Department of Pharmacy. A splendid student, and E Dame Fortune will be bound to be good to him. I ' a ii J L. E. WILSON . . ..... . Pontotoc, Miss. .,' - I PHARMACY i 4 . .. . . . ,, ' l' , A jolly good fellow with all of the virtues and none of the faulls. ,' 3 I - ,. Pharmaceutical Association, '21-'IZSQ Executive Cmnmittee Ptiarmucc'utical Assn- . I , ciation, Cotillion Club. ' 'A Lester is a Pontotoc product, a good worker in his classes, and stands high in the esteem of the students. -, i 'L . I ' v E lf' f i f 7 4 ,I--' is I 'f1f1.., If eff? xiii" i 1' -W ' I ... ' wg is i ..-A M' Qs' 4. A to Q ' vs-' ' Q M - ,CJ , 'mi Y gM'f5.: ,M - " i' ' wif Q. fHif4'7"'A -' . 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RALPH ANDERSON GLOSTER, MISSISSIPPI BACHELOR OF ARTS ISI-mnlzlmzxw-II Vlub, 'III-'fill fin-Oli Ulub, 'EU-'21-'LT' FRANK ARTZ, JR. VICKSBURG, MISSISSIPPI BACHELCR OF SCIENCE XII-I--I'I'I'sidvIIt FI'k'SIlIT1Zlll Vlnss, '19-'QIIQ MaI'iOnI-tlvs, "'Il "'I ..,., ASHTON C. BARRETT CULFPORT, MTSSISSIPPI BACHELCR OF SCIENCE Vive-I'Iws1dn-III SO1IhOI1IOI'I s, 'llg Y, M, I', A. Founr-il, 'I Nl net, 'U issis:4i1Ipi:III IfllSIIll"SS St:11'l','233 Y. M. U. A. Wahi- Ig tlnrdulm Hall li'-:Iwi ul' l'OIItI'OI, 'ZZQ Sk'i'I'k4lill'j' I4-IIIIIOII UIIIII, 'Zip HvI'III.I+1uII, '30-'21-'22, SI-1'I'HIIu'y, '21 JAMES WESLEY BARKLEY COTTON PLANT, MISSISSIPPI BACHELCR or SCIENCE 'Fl1ll'IN'l'S I'IuII. JAMES WARSAW BELL, JR., .4 fb E UNIVERSITY, MISSISSIPPI BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IIvI'II1III-:III3 Y. M. V. A. f'OuIII-il, '20-':1g Mississippian Staff. 'ilg Buss-IIIIII Ewlitnr, Mississippimm, 'ZZIL Gulf Vluhg Assistant I'rnstIII:IsII-rg I"IzISs Ifmvtlmllg Volilllun Uluh. 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BRYAN WEST POINT, MISSISSIPPI BACHELOR OI-' SCIENCE IN COMMERCE AIISNINQIIIIII IH-III-Q.-, IIIIIIII:I--:III, IIII- MISS 1lII'III-slI:I CHARLES EDMONDSON BUCHANAN IACKSON, MISSISSIPPI ' B.S., M.D. YII'--I'I1-SIIII-III l'I1'-XII-1IIw:Il VIIIQH, 'SI-'32 S1-IIIII Iwmlf I Ill Il I -IOSIE AVA BURNS WESSON, MISSISSIPPI BACHELOR OF ARTS N4'4'V"IIlIX'II'4'JlSlII't'I l.:ItIII VIIIII. 'll-'Zig Y. XV. l', A. 1':IlIIIII-1, 'Il-'SIL Il--IIIIIIIIILII SIIIIT ul' AIIssIssIppi:III, 'II-HJ. I':XI1'IlIlX-' 4'-IlIII1'II. IX SI IL, 'II-'23, Vim-- I'I4'NIlIl'III -II' Ilan--IIE, 'Il-'33, I'II'sIIlI-III III SIIIIIQAIII IIIIIIVIIIIII--III, 21313. T. B. BUTLER I LIBERTY, MISSISSIPPI ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE I ' SIIIIIIISII VIIIII, 'Jil-'Llp Stuflf-III .XSSISILIIII III ICIIuIisII, i ml 4..,, .1 ---- I I VAN ANDREW CAVETT I JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE Y, XI. l', AL IHIIIIICII '30-'31, VIIIIIII-'t 'JI-'UIQ A, IC, I" I IIIIIII. ISIIII 1'lIIlIg Iiluv llivlg-I III-ls-gzltw, SIIIIIIIIVI' 'JI3 lI:IsIIIIIw VIIIII, EMORY WARREN CHURCHWELL LEAKESVILLE, MISSISSIPPI BACHELOR OF SCIENCE EMILY COOK HATTIESBURG, MISSISSIPPI BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IiIId IIIIIID, '33, IIIIII VIII' 4'Il1IIQ Nulmul 1'-III-'uw v':"4zr ., ., , 4, -9 , fill,-Jffi ,Lk 5 LAWRENCE CUNNINGHAM CORBAN, II A .El Q 5'r?"gI,H?s ,A,,f'jII3 FAYETTE, MISSISSIPPI A - , e g 'I B.A-. LL.B. I 'u:1 '.l' IZl:I1-ksIOII1- l.:Ixx l'.IIIIg l'I'Ii SIp:'III:IL Millsaps I Page cfghly-sfx SC . .. OLE MISS e JUDIOYS COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS WADE H. CREEKMORE, L' A E WATER VALLEY, MISSISSIPPI BACHELOR OF ARTS I'IIlX'l'I'SIIj' ul' IXIZIIDHIHQI. '20-'UIQ Hn-I-I: 1'IlIIrQ Club. ROBERT JONES CRYMES MERIDIAN, MISSISSIPPI BACHELOR OF ARTS A, IC. I". Vlulv, '20-'II-'QSC .XIll0'l'I4'2lII In-I-:IOIII 'I Huw-I-Ii Vlulvg I'It'l'I1I2l+'2'llI. 'IH-'21-'Sip 4'1IKiIIi1rII l'IllI "ills- lllw-vlc Uluhg Latin VIIIIIQ Y. XV, If A, VIIIII NORMA EDNA DICREY GULFPORT, MISSISSIPPI BACHELOR OF ARTS MRS. ALLYE JANE FISACKERLY KILMICHAEL, MISSISSIPPI BACHELOR OF SCIENCE I"I'l'IIl'Il 4'luI11 BIVII l'IuIIg 'l'mII'I1vI'S' 4'IIIlf, JANE CAMPBELL FOOT CANTON, MISSISSIPPI ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE MISSI-S." 'Iii-'IOL MzIrioIIufIvs, '21-'Big ICI 4'IulI, "'I-""" Iv"'iBIA1tix'e 1'0LlII"II '4'I-""' - ..-, .,.,.. . .. --. JOHN FORD GIBSON MENDENHALL, MISSISSIPPI BACHELCR OF SCIENCE AIHNUIIII' Vluhg Phi Sigma, I'IHlIPIIlI 'UIQ Alhlsaqvs, lil- '20g Simpsun 1'IIuIIty Vluh. MADAME PAULINE MIA HAUMONT UNIVERSITY, MISSISSIPPI BACHELOR OF SCIENCE FI'l'Ilt'Il 1'IIII D. ROBERT LEONARD HARDEE SANDERSVILLE, MISSISSIPPI IIGIIIII 1, llvl Iuvnl inn O I .nnmmmmm UD F Q VN .... .-IIIIIIIIIII ...., B", L: My X.: I .Hy BACHELOR or ARTS IIIII SILIIIIII, VI,-IISOI' 'EI3 firm-k 1'IuIug IIQIIIII l'IIIIvL ICIIII- I cation VIIIII: Art Staff Huh- Miss," 'lil-'20-'BL I Page eighty-seven OLE MISS 'ld X Uh., m' m l uniors COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS EVA MAY HOOOATT VICRSBURO, Ivrs ISSIPPI BACHELOR OF SCIENCE .Xlphzi 'I'IIvI:I I1II!'I'2lI'X' Sm-im-153 III-IIOI' IQIIIIIHII I 'O --I-I. I- I. ' - FIIIIIIISII Vluli, -I---, XII,-If-III-SIIII-III X. XX 1 X "'l-""" I'iI't'IIt'II Vinh JOSEPH MARION HOWORTH, Il II FOREST, MISSISSIF PI BA., LL.B. Millsaps, 'Ili-'20-'EI1 I!':I4'ksIuIIm- I.:Iw 4'IIIlig XIISSISSIII pizln Staff: AIII4-I'i4':III Iwgiiiiig S1'l'I'4'I1ll'y"I'l4 ISIII. IC. I". Vluh' I'Iii Signing I.:IIiII Vluhg Huw-I-Ia FORREST BUTLER JACKSON, L I I'II'1'SIIII1 Ii. H.: 1':IIviIII't Sin-sikvi I'IIi Ep IvIcCOIvIn, MISSISSIPPI B.A., LL.B. an Mwlzilg l'I'1Sid1-nl SWIIIIIIIIIIIIIR- 1'I I'-S X S Q 1- ... 'i. - ' "'l-' tink IIIIIU Ilapuilii ONEY SHAW JOHNSON CLARKSDALE, MISSISSIPPI BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 1'4ItiIIinII l'IlIIi. JOHNNY RUFUS JOHNSON COHAY, M:SSISSIPPI BACHELOR OF SCIENCE Mississiplii Nwrmul, '20-'Bly IXIIISOIIII- Vluli Viuss. CHARLES PAUL JONES OXFORD, MISSISSIPPI BACHELOR OF SCI-ENC.E Spanish I'IuII. GRATZ JONES BATEsvILLE, MISSISSIPPI BACHELOR OF SCIENCE Suruli Rasa-IIHII, 'III-'21, ROBERT DAVID JONES OXFORD, MISSISSIPPI BACHELOR OF SCIENCE Spanish I'IIIIi, X. IXI. 1. .X. II'I-IISIII'--Ig -l-LL: X. XI I X . l'IvuIiI'il: III-rriiao-IIII, 1'I'III1-. AIIIIIX 331 l'-- ' - ' -'Q IXIISNINNIIIIIIIII Stuff. 'QI-'2!g Sl'l'I'1'I3lI'X' SI'I'iIvIvI1'I'Sg I.:IliII l'IuIi XIII silfinp Iiluf-kstwii-f Vinh. OLE MISS fmzrmznzzzm wuz- - , . ':"!X I 'WSIB mg Jumors COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS WILLIAM BENTON JONES OXFORD, MISSISSIPPI BACHELOR OF SCIENCE SIIIIIIISII Vluh, ANNIE MAY KINCANNON OXFORD, MISSISSIPPI BACHELOR OF SCIENCE "'l'III- BILII-sf' MARY GEORGE KINCANNON MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE BACHELOR OF SCIENCE AI1Il'I4lIIl'IIl'S1 .XLZIIUS Scott LAVERGNE LUCIENE LAMAR PINE VALLEY, MISSISSIPPI BACHELOR OF SCIENCE ARTHUR B. LEWIS -IACKSON, MISSISSIPPI BACHELOR OF ARTS IIISQ IAIIIII 1IIIlI. MII-I-IR KIIIII, II-.I. III I III tIII II II II IIIII Z1 RlIssis.4ilIpi:III Sz 'IIC "WT 1' GEORGE WASHINGTON LINDSEY RIPLEY, MISSISSIPPI BACHELOR OF SCIENCE .XIlIL'l'Il'2IlI I.vgIOrI. HUGHEY BEAUTEL LINGLE MT. OLIVE, MISSISSIPPI BACHELOR OF ARTS I Il LIIIRI, Se-I-Iw-t:IIy '20-'Ilg Glww-li, I,:ItiII :IIII I II r-III Il 1IlIIISl AIISSISSIIIIVIRIII Stuff, '31: AIIIIPII III I LEONARD LLOYD LOCRARD MT. OLIVE, MISSISSIPPI BACHELOR OF ARTS II SII III G11-I-Ii I'IllIl "'lI-'ZIQ Latin l'IIIlI, 'li 0 I I ma, Ii:-Imrt--I' 'IU-'21, 'I'I':-z1SuI'I-I' '!l- XII . -- -., ..,., I ll IIII Stun, -l4--. S. A 0 L E M IS S ..-1K I I QD ,--A unxors COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS R. G. LORD ABB-EVILI.E, MISSISSIPPI BACHELOR OF SCIENCE . I . . . ' . ' 'I l"' ' I IISIIIIIQ' VIIIIIL l'III SILZIIIH. I"II'st Sw-IIIII-I' 'ISL AIISSISSIIPIPIHII Slzaff. 'IT-'IX LILY MAY MCELROY OXFORD, MISSISSIPPI BACHELOR OF SCIENCE SIIIIIIISII I'luIv, '20-'21, HARDY' R. MCGOWEN WATER VALLEY, MISSISSIPPI BACHELOR or SCIENCE MQISIIIIIY- IIIIIIL 'gn-'zlz A. E. I-1 l'lIIII, 'III-':II.':I: I'IIi ve-rsity HI-L-III-stI':I. 'IU-'IIIJIIL MiQsiseippizIII Stuff, 'III .XIlH'I'Il'2lII I,I-RIIIII. ELLEN MCLEAN UNIVERSITY, MISSTSSIPPI BACHELOR OF ARTS MARGARET IVICLEAN, B L' O UNIVERSITY, M:ssIssIPPI BACHELOR or ARTS ICHIIIHVCII 4'1IIlw,Lg--1 .Xgn--S S1-uit. THOMAS IVAN MCREE BROOKHAVEN, MISSISSIPPI BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IiImvkIIzIYm-II VIIIII, 'I10-'QUIZ BIISSISSIITIIIHII l"iI'c'lII:ItIuII Stuff. 'IE'-'IOL I'IPI'IIlIll'1llI, 'IE'-'ZH-'IIL Ynffv-I'I'IfsiIIeIIl RI--IIII':II FIHSS. 'III-'QIQ Y. BI. 4'. A. K'0IlIIf'il, '20-'21 ill- JIQ b1'I'IIIv I'mItIr:IIl, L0-L13 IUIIIIIIH1 1'IllIl. ARTHUR A. MADDEN CORINTH, MISSISSIPPI BACHELOR or ARTS III-I'III:I1-IIII: Mississippiaxl Iimunl nf I'uI1tI-ul: lin-ek Vluh: I'I'esi1l+-III 'I'v:u-Imms' Fluh, '31-':2g ,xuwx-ie-:III III-- giwn, Via-w-Imsi 1'Im1nIzIIIdeI'g AIZISUIIIK' Vluhg I'l!llI1CIIUI I.N'AIllI2lY Vluh: .Xssistunl NI-ws EIIIIIII' AIISSISSIIPIJIHII. LEvI M. PETTIS, K 1' OXFORD, MISSISSIPPI B.S., MD. .-Xlllt-l'IC'1llI I.f'plIOIl. PHS! AIIAIIIIHIIIQ A. E. F. Vlubl rII:I, VIII Iilrsilrm. 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MYRTLE LUCILE PRICE KOSCIUSKO, MISSISSIPPI BACH.ELoR OF SCIENCE N CIIIIISOI' I!uSk+-V l 'I' '2Il1l, '15-'JUL Alplm 'I'lIvtzI Ilitm-I':II'x' Sovi--tv GLADYS RAY ROBERSON OXFORD, MISSISSIPPI BACHELOR OF SCIENCE Spanish Vluh. SIMON ROSENTHAL DODDSVILLE, MISSISSIPPI in BACHELOR OF SCIENCE . .VH-QI, ROBERT I. SCHWARTZ HA'I'I'IESBURG, MISSISSIPPI BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN COMMERCE Il. 'IN-'lf'-'20-'ill IXIIIIIQILIIII' IIIQIIQI I. , . - -- 1 f . as 1ll'lI ut' 1'I1IIlI'IIl, - ..., .4 I 5-I , ARTHUR E. SCRUGGS ' 'I SHERMAN, MISSISSIPPI BACHELOR OF SCIENCE Sill' I31iSkI'IImll, 'lib-'SOL Iqillitiilll lifmsk--tlull "l Ffwtlmll, '2I. JOHN W. SHACRLEEORD CARROLLTON, MISSISSIPPI X BACHELOR OF SCIENCE . ,, . . . I . ll'l1'I5. GLENN SIMS yin a 1 lax' . 'Ei KOSCIUSKO, MISSISSIPPI I 1 I 1 ' YE as BACHELOR OF SCIENCE ' ' E' Alpha 'I'h+-In I.iteraI'V SUI-ivtvg Spanish IIIIIII, 'Sl-'Zig Li - .- . ' In L ':- I N ' ' . 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'I'-x 'lk' 'W II A I 'IW Y1 1-"dist I1 I ' Eg ..J.:':r'n:. S, NH -QI,-1 ,j,s,,k,'. , , ,4 . , .. . I w'mA?L-'I 5212111 1-,'57.f'.11arfi'-1 - T1 f LlI'I101'S COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS KATHERINE SMITH VICKSBURC, MISSISSIPPI BACHELOR or SCIENCE IN COMMERCE I'1I'4'Il4'II IIIIIIIQ l'I-mlm-I'1'i:II l'IIIII, '31-'IUL AIIYIIII I.III'::Ilx Fm'iI'l5'. PRENTISS EDWARD SMITH, I1 K . NEW AUGUSTA, MISSISSIPPI BACHELOR OF ARTS, M.D. I'IIi SII4III:I: HI--wk Ulubp I'Il't'Il4.'II f'IIIII. HENRY GRADY STAMPER DECATUT, MISSISSIPPI BACHELOR OF ARTS Huw-lc VIIIIIQ IGIIIICIIIIOII VIIIII1 I'IIi FIXIIIIZI, Sw JI-333 Vlnss Ilaslu-IIIIIII, 'Ii'-YU. WILLIAM CAMERON STEVENSON MOORHEAD, MISSISSIPPI BACHELOR OF SCIENCE TIII-III "I'1'l2II'y I t'1I:II1isII l'IIIII, 'QU-'Ili IlaIIr'v UIIIIIIIIIIIL-I-, '30-'2I. V11- IIIIIIIII Vlulv, 'II-'Zig Vluss Ifcwtlrzlll. '!llU!1. LILLIAN TAYLOR GREENVILLE, MISSISSIPPI BACHELOR OF ARTS III'l't'Ii Vluhp EIIIIOIII 'PII VIIIII, GLOVER OTIS TRIPLETT KOSCIUSKO, MISSISSIPPI BACHELOR OF SCIENCE WILLEEN TULL NEW ALBANY, MISSISSIPPI BACHELOR OF SCLENCE BIzII'iIIIT1-ttf-S, '20-'31, 'II-'22, S1vI'vt:II'y 'LII-'22 'I'Iw IIIIVIIIIH, '21-'22g III-gislzltivv CIIIIIIIIII ut' SIIIIIPIII Gov- +-I'I1m:-III lk-I' WOITTI-11, '21-'Sig the--'Ii Vluhg Latin l"lubg HII- Miss Stuff, 'IIQ AIISSISSIIDIIIQIII, '31, .STEVE HOBSON WAITS LELAND, MISS:SSIPPI BACHELOR OF SCIENCE, LL.B. Page ninety-Iwo i iI 50. O L E M I S S ,m,,,,, W I FQTTQ I,1I'llO1'S COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS DEWEY HILTON WAITS LELAND, MISSISSIPPI BACHELOR OF SCIENCE, LL.B. W. BRIAN WATSON LEXINGTON, MISSISSIPPI BACHELOR OF SCIENCE, LL.B. A. Ki M., '14-'15-'lflg Bowling Green. '20-'21g Blunk- stonu Law Plub Reporter: Phi Sigma: American Lv- ginni A. FJ. F. Club. M 1. Page ninety-three WILLIAM STEVEN WELLS, IR. JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI BACHELOR OF SCIENCE TALMAGE LYLEs WILSON WATER VALLEY, MISSISSIPPI BACHELOR OF SCIENCE asonic Clubg Frenmh Plulig 4XlIIl'l'I1'3lI LI-giuii. MARTHA IDA WISEMAN NEW ALBANY. MISSISSIPPI BACHELOR or SCIENCE French Plulig Tr-achwrs' Club: Varsity Baske-tliall. "' ""'p Class Captain Baskr-thall, '21-'Zi FANNIE MAY WOODRUFF BATESVILLE. MISSISSIPPI BACHELOR OF SCIENCE Blum- Mountain, '154-'20-'L1. WIRT A. YERGER K A JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI BACHELOR OF SCIENCE I'OtilliOn 4"lub1 Scrub Bust-liull. ANNIE GRACE PARKS OXFORD, MISSISSIPPI BACHELOR OF SCIENCE Frc-nvh Ulubg Teaclu-rs' Club: CO-Enl Basketball, '21- """ 0. E. S. ' In W Lj.x FE iff", .. 1 wil 'SE'-'.' I ' Fwfilfx? .mf NN- 'if -, in J 'Q ,F g, ii! 2 , I3 A I O- Iiyfqyg' 1 ff: N :ILL-M P ' iw. A Fgfffff -ip I 5. Er M, 1. ,gy m.L.TUvbI?v.3.ti?,:,lEi.. 6 OLE MISS I f AQ.-' ,Ax V 'I I . E' EX. af-ff 'IIXL' Lil if-ll4lllIl1llY?TL'r--I-I 'UIIIL' Q 'NJ -if-wgfL35fll I ' Six If X .-I 'EL ,Iumors ff I "'?fff?31z'53' SCHOOL OF MEDICINE GEOIQGE LAMAR ARRING'I'ON MON FICI-QLLO, MISSISSIPPI BS.. M.D. II IIIII III I.III-I:IIx SIII-II-II, I.I--lI- -l, XI-IIII"Il IIIIII, I SANFORD LAMAR BAILEY. .Il 'lf Ia' KOSCIUSKO, MISSISSIPPI M.D. XII IN Illlliill Stuff, 'UI-'12, Kin-I-I4 4'lIIIIg I-'II-III'lI I'IIIII, I I III 'IIYIII XIIIIIII-:Il 1'IIIII, UI. .XlIIII:I I'Ill ICI'- Il Il IIIIIIII-III IIFII---I' 'QI-'13, Y. AI. V. A, 4'-IIIIII'II. XI II IIII-III .IIIIII-II AI--III--:II "MISS, 'UI-'22 GLYNNE BROWN POTTS CAMP, MISSISSIPPI B.S., M.D. XII-III1':Il 1'IIIII4 '1If'!l. KIRBY ISZNAPP BRYANT SANFORD, MISSISSIPPI BS., M.D. XI II II I'IlIIl. 'II-'!!. BIIINIIIIIII 1'IIIIIg .XIlIvI'l4 III X I-Z, I-' I'IIIII. ' INII- ,ATF .fl 4. . --, .I MURRAY SMITH CAUSEY LIBERTY, MISSISSIPPI M.D. IIIII, IIistIII'izIII .lIIIIiIII' MI-IIII-:II 1'I:I I'IIII IWIIIIIIIIII. '!"?II, Y, AI. 1' .X. CHARLES L. DENTON SUMNER. MISSISSIPPI B.S., M.D. 'I'-.I'1'I'1 ' I, 'S -'QIIQ '. . . '. . II IIIIIII NI II IIIIIII I I XI1 L4 III - I-Il "'I-""' NI III II VIIII' II IIIII III 4' IIIII II II II '. I, I-' :I-g Q II II DOLPH VERNON CIALLOWAY NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA BS.. M.D. III Iw- Nw' I'III 'II I' IIIII. I II IIIII III III IIIX S I II ll 'JU-'!I. '1II, I- II-1 ,I-1-' III'I',,'1 NORRIS CECIL HODOE OXFORD, MISSISSIPPI '-'J L. "f- 'fm 'WHL Tig. --'ff :iz B.S., IVI.D FM.: Q.. -,Q IM, . I 1 A - 'f'.-4.25 ' 'YZ .15'I"'3inv-f-I 'ff'limi..A-Am1f,,71.PE5C:'1TSf'fS...I I'III SIHIIIII, 'l'I-IIIsIII'IAI' 'lf'-'JH-'11, Y, Nl. 1'. A. 4 IIIII-II Elf?-5:"?I17IIISE?1-if-,I'.'I-'Iviiif -.I ,gf . IIMIIIIIII IIIIIIL ':I-'::. .Y1Ii'EiBJ..if Haifa-:I4IoIff. --nmazw-ff. . Page nfnclp-four K I O L E M I S S M m' rw ' I Ilia! I 3525 SE Yulsilv LIIIXOTS SCHOOL OF MEDICINE TIIEO LAWRENCE HOLLAND NEW ALBANY, MISSISSIPPI MD. I":l'SIiIlIP 1'ullvgv. B A. JOHN F. HOWELL HOULKA, MISSISSIPPI BS., M.D. 5 lf...,1Iml1, 'go-'!l3 "Bl" Vlubg AIu'1Ilf'2lI NORMAN KELLY WALNUT GROVE, MISSISSIPPI M.D. NI.-Iiival l'.uIw, TI-IEO. CURTIS MITCHELL CLARKSDALE. MISSISSIPPI BS.. M.D. o I-"I-. sn- . 1vj"' Q KW 'fnsgja W Q .Q IF I'I'r'SI1Il'llI .ILIIIIIV MY-Ilivaxl 'lzIs.', 'QI-'III I'If XIHI, Wm, Vluh, 'Zu-'jlg Alewlical I'IllIlL HIII'm:I--IIII. 'li'-'!0A'!l, 'IIf. f I"I'1-I11'II I'IlIII, Vim-I--I'1'1-siwle-III: l'1vtilIInII I'IlIIlQ Y. M. I'. A., 'lic-':4r. ' BEN LAFAYETTE NEWELL , In .Ziff-W U' -.....,. H' I. 1-:Ix.zI', 4. rf' 19Y:fP'f'?'.' "5"1I I-IOULIQA, MISSISSIPPI 6 I A f:,:.,..'f'f , MIX., I I B.S., M.D. -Ii 'br.!"1 I'IIi b'iI1I1IzIL M1-Ilival 4'lIIIIL Y. M. V. .Lg S4'I'IlII lfmvt- :I fp X H --I '-I I .5 , IRI I, -uf -I, I :I fa Q . uk L Q A -. EDWIN CLYDE RAMER 51,1 In if CCRINTH, MISSISSIPPI 5154123-K' ,K L11 5 M.D. V1 'I qt lp A Y. AI. In A., '19-'flifilg I'I-I-AAIMIII-III VIIIII, '-'Iv '--1- ff I A M.l.II1':1l IIIIIIIQ l'nIIlIiuII Vluh, 13 :Q t X ' xgiwf HOWARD DENMAN ROBINSON CANTON, MISSISSIPPI 2' 'f"Q"9Zi" ss AIQEAF 'I 'III' I M.D. A III-I-111111-IIIIL .X IC. F. Vlub: "M" 1'lIIlY3 1':IptIIIII lffml- SAI hall 'I'vzIm. '31-'Zig I'I'e-sill-AIII Ihuwllnn IIIIII ISHJIITI III I' , 83.5 1'rmtI'nI, '21-'Zig Varsity PNIIIIIIIIII, 'IT-'lguugu-'31, 1Iy,:f.k H' -Illllifvl' ll-'divul VIIISS, Fo-4'I'I-tIII'y-'l'I'I-IIsIII'I-I'1 M1-Ili-'III Qllbwws. Vluh, i1W,?P!'5gn6'3,1 M 'VR' ' KI ' I, 5IIf,E55I'..,-.-. AXA 6' I JULIO ANTONIO SANTOS M A -.Avkihqwfx t,-M.. , , , P . :V 'If 1., ' f' ANAsco. PORTO Rlco ku yn- Tilfhix A 1 , A! B.s.. M.D. 5 V CQ W ,w,:i Tulam., '20-'UIQ MMIII-al 4'IIIIn, I ..,..- L--"LL , V : -.,.,...,., u ,.,. ,.4.-1.... , , .R ,An ., Page ninety-five 1514! 'H II Q --Li-1" IMI x....n1M ,nm-,Q I Q4 IIT, ,V L f OLE MISS .Q ' I K, IM Ky LTU I- --,XE L K 4 S WW ' ' m x- I .Qi-,3 3 , ii M ' TV'-mic W A I . Q21 uniors Li.-.. me SCHOOL OF MEDICINE FURMAN H. TYNER LAKE COMO, MISSISSIPPI 'N if BS., M.D. it ASsi.:l:Int Biolugy, '30-'3lg Plas:-I Ifmxtlwzill, Y- Vluhg I'I'1'-MIIIIGIII fluh. Mr-II Ivzil WALTER L. WILHELM SAN DIEGO CALIFORNIA I Glu-I1 Plulv, '19-'20-'ZIQ MI-dia-al Plulvg FI'vIII'h Vlulll Fnotlwzill Squad. '21, BRASWELL M. WILSON ' WATER VALLEY, MISSISSIPPI I B.S.. M.D. Moclival Club: FI-em-h Club: H+-rmac-aII1 Y. M. I", A, SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING i FRED BAAS DAVISON J BROOKHAVEN, MISSISSIPPI I ENGINEERING O10 Miss EIIKIIl0l'!'S, '30-'21-'LIZ A HARRELL B. HERRING I . MADISON, MISSISSIPPI "" I ENGINEERING ?l "" OIR Miss EIIgIIIlI9I'S, '20-'21-'22p Slhvretary-Troasllrvr I HI Plnss, '21-':2. .11 W 'M JF , ff X , I 4 " ff. L, 15-?. ,i , W. PRATT MOSELY 1 V 1 HATTIESBURG, MISSISSIPPI L 24 if ' I' ENGINEERING 5 Ulf- Miss Flmzinvc-TS: I'I'eSidwIIt Junior Enginvc-rs, '21- '223 Phi Sigma: 1"rOw's-N4-st Vlubg Putillion Club: Huh City Vluh. THOMAS DENTON OAKLEY MCGARELY, MISSISSIPPI A ENGINEERING , Ole' Miss Enginef-rs, '20-'21-'Hg Ami-rican -E' 'I':Iyl0r Mmlal in Rhetoric B. '21. ,, Q. I - -,E WILLIAM MURRAY TAYLOR i ' A , E' .ge .uf OXFORD, MISSISSIPPI .1 NMI . 'f 1 :SWT Y .f LU A H- ' ENGINEERING V ,. OIR Miss Engineers, , - ,L ' 31.1, A., gi.':-fl55,.' ,Z 2 ..', ' ' .:,fg'r '.':2'.f'::.:e:,'::g+-i-: - . G., 45,4 53..M.1'-Q3"',w g.j,,g?+'-.ga 5 JOHN ALEX WILSON . A ' ., :fi-i,,E, "-I X., '- .LI v 'f' '5-' 4 ., , . HAzELHuRsT. MISSISSIPPI L4 f,""' """-vnu, 1 ... 1 anne... , , TT' E T I f I ENGINEERING Legion: Page nincly-.six OLE MISS 0 I II Y I-IIRIIII A K Q U Q ICT: ,L ,um W1 ' ml I 3 'iam , XL 'QUIET L1 I1101'S SCHOOL OF PHARMACY HOLMAN CLYDE BASS CORINTH, MISSISSIPPI GRADUATE IN PHARMACY PIIzII'IIIzIvI'uIivzll .XsSv'1'i:1IIOII. FRANK GOODMAN CALDWELL NEW ALBANY, MISSISSIPPI GRADUATE IN PHARMACY I'IIIII'III:II-I-utiv:Il ,Xssm-I:Iti4+II. AIQINOIIII' l'llIII ERNEST EUGENE CAMMACI4 TERRY, MISSISSIPPI GRADUATE IN PHARMACY S., L 1-5 I ,, -'P' K J I f S A I'IIHI'III:1cvIItiI':Il Asswu-iIIIi-III: Vim-1-I'I'+AsiII--II! .IIIIIiIII' I'IIzII'IIIIII-y Vlussg VOIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIQ I'I'I--MI-Ilimxl 1'IIIlv' I'IIIIlIS 1'UlII1Ij' Vlulv, YIM--I'I'vQi1I4III. WILLIAM H. CATCHINGS WOODVILLE, MISSISSIPPI GRADUATE IV PHARMACY l'II:II'III:Im-Iliivzxl .Xswu-E:IlIIIII. CLEO CLAYTON COOPER EUPORA, MISSISSIPPI GRADUATE IN PHARMACY A. .Q BI 1'IIli+':4v, 'ZIP-'Ili I'lIzII'III:lv-'IIIICQII ,XSSlIl'I'lIIHIl. JAMES DUNHAM BLUE MOUNTAIN, MISSISSIPPI GRADUAT E IN PHA RVIACY I . ' - I I1JlIll1JII'l'l1Ilt' Il A s I4-':ITIuII. GILBERT DEWITT EDWARDS EUPORA, MISSISSIPPI GRADUATE IN PHARMACY I'IIIII'III:II'1-IItII':II .XL4SlNI1lII4lIl. GRAYDON FLOWERS MATTSON, MISSISSIPPI GRADUATE IN PHARMACY if I'IIzII'IIIIImfIIlif-:II Assn:-IIIIIOIIQ XVEIVSIIX IIIINRI-tlv:I'l "I TH, , , I., , I. H , Y, , , IIA, -I. 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WILSON INDIANOLA, MISSISSIPPI GRADUATE IN PHARMACY I'II:II'III:I1-I-III If-:II .Xss4II'izItinII REID R. WILLIAMS KENTWOOD, LOUISIANA GRADUATE IN PHARMACY .XIIII-I'II':III I.--gi-III, I'II:II'III1II'I-IIIII':Il Assn I' X I" .. 1. I'IllIn. I'fItIIlI.III vi:IIi1vII Page lIIlIcIy-cighl HLIEmHHm' OLE MISS 7, gjiizj , xg X Y 4W,j,,A ,J ,SQA axe 15 W C ' l I I -U TWT 1 I Sl ,N fu 47 X , 1 Yu, K., , ., ,,, , J AQ wjfw 1229 N NX 9- wff f Qi? L XX MX W 1 ,f y ' 1 L ,xuzzjrzxl 'nm iivr i IIlI1IHHgH?JII??IEHHHHmHHmMmm2mH1HI I , 7 R :ug X Lf X ' 'Rs'-'Q - ' V 1 ? J QX' , 'X-Qntgif I 1 3 9' 'E ff. lax i ev- X"bA-- -+21 V F y ,psi wf WY Www Q ,- 1 5 'Vs xyyx. . . - in-F C LASS SOPHOMORE D UQ fa 0 3 fu E' S 'C-.. '1 fm Q. OLE MISS '-'1f-" IIIIIIIIIIIIIIII' -f'- I F M EA Page one a n Sophomore Class OFFICERS L. B. MOSELY . . . . . ..... .......... P resident C. G. 'FURLEY .... ....... V ice-President MIRIAM JACKSON .... . Secretary and Treasurer ANNELLE CARNEY ,.....,... . Historian MEMBERS AINSWORTH, ISABEL COLBERT, D. VV. JoN.Es, P. E. RAY, HUGH E.. JR. AINSWORTH, T. COOPER, W. H. KENNEDY, WM. R. ROANE, J. A., JR. ALEXANDER, MAxIE D. CRAIG, W. P., JR. LANDRUM. R. L. RUSSELL, J. B. ALEXANDER, RUTH D. CRAWFORD. J. A. LEE, V. L. SAVAGE, J. W. ARRINGTON, R. O. DAVIS, F. V. LIPSCOMB, MATTIE L. SHORT, W. W. BAILEY, BEATRICE DENToN, DEWEY LONG, C. P., JR. SMITH, HAZEL BARKLEY. T. J. DlCK.ERSON. J. B. LovE, J. K. SMITH, R. M. P BARRINGER, B. G. BARROW, W. M. BECKHAM, BEN BELL, A. H. BIRCHETT, C. R. BooNE, I. M. BOWLIES, J. O. BOWLES, R. D. BRANDON, E. H. BRANDON, J. W. BRICANCE, WM. W. BROWN, J. B., JR. BRUMMETT, DoYLE BUCHANAN, C. E. BUTLER, EDW. R. BYRD, JESSE M. CALDWELL, F. H. CALLAWAY, R. M. CAMPBELL, W. CARADINIE, E.. E. CARNATHAN, MARY F. CARNEY, ANNELLE CLARK, FRANK CLARKE, E. S. hundred one DoRSET'T, MADELINE DUNLAP, MYRA ELMORE, MARY L. ESKRIDGE, J. L. EUBANKS, O. G. FANT, R. B. FERGUSON, JAMES D. Fox, PRINCE E. GLADDEN, SANFORD GRANTHAM, LEVI HART, V. M. HALL, FRANCIS E. HALL, LEWIS F. HARDY, J. C. JR. HATHORN, LUCILLE HERRING, JOE W. HOPKINS, Jos. W. HUFFMAN, M. M. HUNT, MELVILLE JACKSON, MIRIAM JOHNS, CLARA JONES. E. D. JoNES, JAMES H. MARKETTE, J. R. MARKETKE, M. L. MAULDIN, OLIVE MAYHALL, W. F. MAXWELL, J. S. MILDEN, C-ERTRUDE MITCHELL, T. L. MONTGOMERY, J. F. MOSELY, LONNLE MCCLELLAN, LILLARD MCELROY, J. B. MCLAURIN, R. S. MCLAURIN, R. J. MCNAMEE. ANNIE MAY NETTLES, S. R. PARKS, SYDNEY PASEUR, M. G. PATTON, J. E. PIETFIS, LEVI M. PHILLIPS, W. E.. PIGFORD, M. A. POPE, VIRGINIA RALEY, BILL SMITH, W. C. SPAULDINC, F. C. STEVENS, A. P. STENNIS, J. D., JR. STOVALL, JOHN A. STRAHAN, EVA STROUD. C. M. STUMP, D. R. SUGG, G. M. SwALM, S. W. SwINN.EY, K. L. THOMAS, F. G. TRIM, W. R. TURFITT, M. TURLEY, C. C.. TYNES, VV. D. VARDAMAN, DELMARTYN WALDRIP, W. C. WALKER, CENA WHITE, J. M.. JR. WILSON, FANNIE WORLEY, HUGH Y'0RK, VV. P. f b OLE MISS K 1, fxu '!,-,MW fjjytxlx if gli 'fk...m... -1..:m...4 ff C.. UXLYIII 1 I U- "mWHm mn1111z11mzu:x::::17m11u.T11u I ' i x+.:1f::1N1 1 1311111 ff - ffl pf 1 f?if'ff':.' KNQQXTQQ' K' "gf, V "" 1 A CLAUDE SMITHSON j. h. DAX'IS .IUIIA Freshman Class OFFICERS . . , . . . . . .... Pruillcnl . . . . Vice-Prcsiflcnl SMITH ..,. . . , Secretary PAUL Mowjox' . . Trcunurcr '..::- Q. - -X m in: D U'fa-:yi 1 .. f ' ' 'TUV N 19.1 4 ,ff ss 9 wfzsmmzwzw Q mffA. X N X ii xx x, ,v, ,,wbm 1xkXx xA If S W -xv X X, N I? Y X X L ,..--"N X. f 1 I N 414. ,.-"" .6-Six gurl: MIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII ILH Q" jg .,.. ,.II1llIIIlII!IlllllIllIllllIIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllil LW -- xv: 'f' I R N R Spay-V 1 I ss + 7 WP . Y Wiw A-f Q 'mu H- Q. v' N --l-lnfzif W- .V-u W' wx xxwx vm V '.vx W uh I M vu .41 mf , 1, I fi J' YN' MlNiH!UHIUWHlWIllllIHWUJ!lNlll M ' Qi Page one hundred Iwo A IO' 3 . X .-we-cv I i 1 Page one huhdred three 0 ! F1 4 z I K E .. EX i SS ip, 2! ' , 1 1 Y K FRESHMAN CLA 5 iz. Q1 '38 rm-ui OLE MISS kwrr.-.-Q ...flfmln ...., ' Z .,,, mmm FT: 9 my 'Q L .PB I O . ABERNATHY. JAc'K ABNEY, H. C. ABRIGHT, PHILLIPS H. ALLEN, E. W. ARIN, XV. E. BAIRD, SUSIE M. BEACHAM, H. T. BEADLES, C. V., JR. BERGMAN, J. VV. BERRY, O. L. BETHANY, AUBURN BICCS, WM. O. BILES, J. D., JR. BOWLES, GEO. W., JR. BOYETT, DEVINE BRELAND, R. O., JR. BREWER, W. C. BUTLER, CEO. W. CAMPBELL, L. L. CARNATHAN, MARGARET CARVER, C. A. CASTANERA, T. F. CLARK, MARIE COHEN, BERNARD COLLINS, O. D. Cox, JOHN CRAIN, S. M. CREEKMORE. E. R. CROUCH, H. CUTRER, L. WY DAVIS, C. W. DAVIS, J. E. DAVIS, S. H. DONALD, FRANK DONEY, KATHLEEN DONALDSON, F. A. DORSETT, MARIE DOUCLASS. F. EASLEY, D. C., EDWARDS, IKE ELLIOTT, W. W., JR. FARMER, ENOS FAULKNER, JOHN FLOWERS, HAROLD FOXWORTH, EMMETTE JR. FI'6Sl'1II18I1 Class MEMBERS FRIEDMAN, ROSALIE FUQUA, H. H. C-AMBLIN, F. W. C-AMBLE, JEWELL GARDNER, N. V. GAZELLE, HARLEM GOBER, O. P. GODBOLD, WILLIARD C-OLDSTEIN, MILTON GOOD, EDITH GOODMAN, LAvY HALL, JOHN J., JR. HALL, W. B. PIAMBRICK, A. C., J HAND, W. F. HARALSON, CHARLES HARCIS, ANNIE C. HARGIS, CECILE HARRIS, CILYNN HARRISON, V. M. HART, EUGENE HILL, H. L. HILL, KYLE HOEGE, LOIS HOLDER, C.. E. HOLLAND, C. HOLLINGSWORTH, M. HOLMES, E. W. HOPKINS, JOHN E. HUGHSTON, SANFORD HUME, RITCHEY HUTCHINSON, CI. L. IRBY, CRAFT IZARD, BILLIE JACKSON, IWIATTIE M. JAMISON, W. D. JENKINS, C.. W. JOHNSON, EARL JOHNSON, JOE JOHNSON, R. H. JONES, D. W. JONES, G. M. KEARNEY, K. KEETON. C. KIMMONS, ELMYRA KINCANNON, H. V. C. R. R. KNIGH'r, CURTIS C. LAMAR, RUBY LATIMER, DOUCLASS LEFTwIcH, FRANK S. LEGGETT, CARTER VV. L.EMASSON, VIOLA LUMPKIN, B. C.. LYON, E. W. MGCARTY, B. A. MCDANIEL, WM. E. MCDOWELL, D. M. MCMULLON, MILTON MCINNIS, D. D. MELVIN, GEORGE METTS, ZOLA MIDDLETON, J. F. MILLER. R. H. MONTJOY. PAUL MOODY, MARVIN MOONEY, MABEL MOONEY, WINFORD MOORE, TEMPLE MOSS, CHARLES OAKLEY, EARL OVERSTREET, M. CI. PARKS, J. W. PARKS, T. J. PARKES, R. C. PEARSON, E. F. PHILLIPS, HUBERT S. PLUMMER, B. PLUNKETT, J. A. POLK. R. POWELL, MONTIE MAI PRICE. R. N. PROVOST, C. L. RAPE, J. W. RATGLIEF, CLYDE RATLIFF, R. W. RISHER, H. E. RITCHIE, HOMER ROBBINS, VV. S. ROBINSON. R. A. ROSS, TOM ROUSE, CLYDE RUSSELL, FRANK C. SCANLON, C. C. SCOTT, LE ORA SHELTON, S. SHIRI.EY. A. M. SIMMONS, OMA SIMPSON, KATHERINE SLAYDEN, W. V. SMITH, B. C. SMITH, JOE L. SMITH, JULIA SMITH, O. R. SMITH, S. F. SMITH, WAYNE SMITHSON, CLAUDE SMYLIE, ALFRED XV. SOLOMON, MILTON SPIARS, M. S STRIBLINC, E. D. STUBBLEPIELD, HAYS STILL, E. F TAYS, H. C. FFHAMES, JIM, JR. TODD, R. E. TODD, W. P. THOMPSON, G. W. TOMLINSON, S. A., JR. TOWNSEND. C.. G. TOWNS'END, LAMAR VFYRONE, V. Y. VARDAMAN, ELIZABETH VAN NORMAN. WM. B WADE, JACK H. WADE, L. W. XVALKER, R. H. WALKER, A. C-. WALTER, JAMES F. WATKINS, W. R., JR. WAY, H. S. WEATHERALL, W. A. WILLIAMS. J. T. WILKES, CLAUDE M. WILKINSON, J. N. WOO'I'I'E'N, JULIA WRIGHT, D. M. WRIGHT, J. W. Page one lIuIIlreJ ffur A I O L E M I S S q AA 1 K,1,1 Iulllllllllm nlllllmn, Im ! i C D M,llIIll,.h. 'ff . llllflll llllllll A -... -..,. 'y...,...,,.,.. .7.f, . . 'f.f.f,1 -5, .V .1-1.-. -.-- TN. aj' , " :ff-I A gg, " 'll .' " 'I X aj Exim.. Pre-Medical Class OFFICERS M. M. HUFFMAN .... ..... C. E. BUCHANAN . . ' V. M. HART .... . . j. W. BARKLEY ....... MEMBERS ARIN, W. E. HARDY'. JACK AINSWORTH HART, V. M. ALLEN, E. W. BARKLEY, j. W. BARKLEY, j. T. BEACHAM, H. T. BILES, j. D. BUCHANAN, C. E. CAMMACK, E. E. CREEKMORE, E. R. DAVIS, F. V. DAVIS, S. H. DONALD, F. L. EDWARDS, j. M. EUBANKS, O. E. FARMER, ENOS Fox, P. E. HALL, WILLIE HAND, W. F. Page one hundred five HOLDER. G. E.. l"lUFFMAY. M. M IRSY, CRAFT JCHNSON, R. JOHNSON, R. H. LATIMER, DOUG C. MARKETTE, j. R. MCELROY, JOHN MELVIN, GEO. LAOSELEY, L. B. MOSS, CHARLES PARKS, RCCER PEARSON, E. F. PHILLIPS, H. S. PHYFER, S. A. RATCLIFF, CLYDE Prcsulcn . . Vice-PrC.sIale1Il Sccrclary- Treasurer . Hfslorfan RITCHEY, H. A. ROBINSON, B. ROUSE, CLYDE RUSSELL, F. L. SCANLON, S. S. SIMMONS, OMA SMITH, P. E. STENNIS, j. D. STROUD. C. M. SUcc, G. W. TPIOMAS, F. C. TYNES, H. C. XIAN NORMAN, WM. B. WADE XVALDRIP. VV. C. XVALKER, R. H. WILLIAMS, C.. D. WILKINSON, 'IOHN N. 0. an MR OLE MISS K 1 I f ui ..f V! , xi Q QQXK L' an 1 "Y1ZIHXHmL H!IIIILZILIUTIXWEIZIIKILIXIILH 4 v 11.51 gj,"g,i 'X if 1:1 I L XX S , J 2 z.. L. I CLASS PRE.-MEDICAL r L Page one hundred six v . -'fa x 'E-,Zz 'CDCT' ,Q F ! g 1 i I I l ZW i -1' f 6 fi. 63? S , 1 ' 'U 4' I ,U r , u I , ' ' Q ' -. n "1 " 1 J 1 ' nl -Jr - ,. ' , 4 v I' ,Al V4 r, 1 u 'r H A -u v h ' . N o I fa, y i L a ,A n 1 . ,All , . , 1 0 I , . - , X 41 ' '. .Hh4r'1"4zrum.... ...ul .1 . .mm X' I w 3 ,,.. .nllllllllu ...., ? :ij O L E M I S S , ,,,,,,, ,mmm ,,,,,,,m, Spirit of Athletics The spirit of athletics, the power that draws men into a public display of their skill, their endurance, their accuracy, their cunning, their speed, their supremacy over other men, which, as the backbone of ancient Greece, was responsible for the early overthrow of the Orient and gave us the Olympic games, which developed the nation headed by the City of the Seven Hills that threatened to cover the earth with the concomitants of her rule. and gave to the world the arena, and to Latin students their "Caesar," which developed into the chivalry of Medieval Knighthood, when armored men strove to test their might against .all comers for the kiss of a maiden or a flower from her hair: the spirit that has passed through a cycle from the lithe and sinewy grace of the carefully poised Grecian discus thrower, expressed in hewn marble that has been beautifully preserved to us through all the ages, through the grind, the endurance, the power of recovery, the repeated contest of the tournament, back again by way of the foils to the struggling demons of the gridiron, the skilled performers of the diamond, and outdoor field events, with the same discus throw of the Grecian without its perfection, the same Marathon without its purpose, and the same struggle without its intent. But in the place of the qualities of those days arises the science of modern athletics, a keen appreciation of an opponent's powers, a perception, an agility, a conservation of energy, and teamwork which makes it worthy of its age. And in front of it all looms the Southern college athlete, fighting for unrewarded victory, learning to appreciate defeat, striking hard but striking fair, and striving to preserve clean sportsmanship. H, Page one hundred nine OLE MISS lg, 'vrrrq VV 'LE xii . .Ol r stew Coach Sullivan The college session of I9l9-'20 brought to the University of Mississippi a new coach in the person of Raymond L. Sullivan, formerly of Central High, Memphis, Tenn. Before taking up his new position foach Sullivan was Supervisor of Physical Education, Public Schcols, Muskogee, Okla., t909-I l. The years l9l2-l 7 found him at Normal School of Physical Education, Michigan. His army record shows him in the First Officers' Training Camp, from which he was commissioned a First Lieutenant, ll8th Field Artillery. He has al- ways been associated with athletics and with the leading men in the circle of college athletics. Owing to the scarcity of experienced material in practically all branches of athletics, Coach Sullivan faced one of the hardest propositions ever experienced by a coach who attempted to turn out winning teams for his school. This fact was particularly evident in football. ln spite of the fact that our light, inexperienced men were unable to win any of cur big games, our team always mcde a creditable showing and was char- acterized by its clean, hard playing, and the old University fighting spirit. The team showed the effects of good coaching, but the lack of weight and experience caused them to go down in de- feat before heavier and more experienced rivals. After the close of the football season, Coach Sullivaifs real ability was shown in the way he molded a basketball team out of almost raw material. The next year, having almost the same players, he finifhed the season with an excellent record and gave us the right to the Championship of the State. Weaviirg his material together with marked skill and an impenetrable offense and defense, he bids fair this season to develop a championship team. In the major sport of the South, his excellent coaching during his first year rewarded us with an S. I. A. A, Championship Baseball Team. The following year his work pro- duced a State Championship Team. During the short time in which he has been with us he has wcn the respect and admira- tion of the entire student body, not only on account of his ability as a coach, but also be- cause from the very first we were impressed by the fact that he is a man of the highest principles, and the ltetier we have come to know him, the stronger has this conviction become. Page one lrumlrel len i . , Q 1 t .4 1, X fr r A .1 5 i,--4 X r " '- l U CfIZTIfIIIKII,'n-'QI'1If1lI1IlIIlZ.lII! .TXIIZHIIZIIIIIIII 'NN if-. -1 O L E M15 S X , Q........ ..q4Hfg1pywmrqglgwu.. m.. G1 ,,f 1 f M.. ,M- S 'Wu ' MHZ? of Z!-QD Ill ' -1-l1'?1iI?I1IJJ1IIIKn nm I .ulllllll Q x r -vu 4 rr f ' 'Q x Q 99-Q QZNTWQ? ff ffl? N' . fx v .qwlw , . A K . ' A' ', 'x - '. lg. , . 'A' H. , M G-C.LxserlnI -f-"-"' X 'AN' J 'FQALM11 K R 1v.,,a,-guna: I 1.11"-x. , . nwmmwff 'V WNQkW' funk Page one hundred eleven 2 7' OLE MISS 1' X lm L L ::u:x1:11n:1.:::..:1 1 1.11lII'lIllll11IHllT1lZIIIIllIllI1IIll11I!!IllI11IIl11IllIDI J 1 x ,fx D ,ohm Page' om' lzumlrcll ln-Jvc' O L E M I S S w rdmmlmml F QF ..... A-Illhlv --..., 7' C. C. BARDOUR . . . PHILIP DAVIDSON C. A. RAPE ROBINSON GEORGE ALEXANDER MONTGOMERY MCDANIEL LESTER, DRAYE WOOD LYERLY Page one hundred lhirleen si The "M" Club OFFICERS MEMBERS WIILSON OQMARA THOMPSON SCRUCGS FLOWERS FORD, JOE FORD, W. C. HARDY 5,4 IM IIIIIIII IIIIIIIIR , . . .,.. Presidenl . . . . Vice-President Secretary- Treasurer SCHWARTZ PIETTEY SUMNERS HOWELL HATHORN SULLIVAN MCNEASE f1OWORTH ' A wwmuiuw auunuswf-Mi. GR 0 L E M 1 S S - llll II in ,. X XAkAly' Ixxh Q Pg hddfl 1 I , ,, ., 1 l 5, W 1 1 1 1 1 M l N A ..MmM fu 0 L E M 1 s S "'m"rg1xzr.1'.:'..xL:r::::'.."r:1g1.:zgxgzxiltf' xx' ,ffx , f'U,I'iVW ' af Wg ' mt X Q M , ' mnyxw. 'lx 'f S r ll 'W Y KS r ,,' un' " ,I . , X W " sig I lv-1 gt f '. X WN ffff' A J' A 7 'K , xv IWW 1. qw - -1 i s X 'snug E , f Q, 1 25,1 'ev ZWHHH 1 lrmhb KW . xi ' SL 2 K5 J X ff img - - Q I "' xii' V ' '+--' M" ' T' :if , F UUE E3 U I lllfwf C CTR OLE MISS , ' U11 I C357 if: A - 'QPV TEAM ONE. TEAM TWO Page one hundred .sixlf ' O L E M I S S ' ..., K llllll l Illlll nu., A i"""' ' ' " ' . Captain Howard D. Robinson Captain Howard D. Robinson came to us from Canton, Miss., in l9l 7. and soon won our friendship. His first appearance on the football field with a world of determi- nation and unlooked-for display of knowledge in the art of gridiron warfare soon won him the name of "Santa Claus," by which he is known to everyone. The first year he served at half for the Red and Blue, and his fierce drive could always be depended on when there was need of a three or four-yard gain. The same year he left us to join the Marine Corps. While in the service he held down his old position on the company team. The fall of 'l9 found him again with the Red and Blue, alternating between half and full-seemingly the position for him. The year '20 found him playing at fullback. Ripping and tearing his way through the line, he marked up yards to his credit during the season. For it has never been said that "Santa" was driven back. ln acknowledgment of the unquestionable confidence in him and his fighting ability he was chosen to lead the Ole Miss eleven for the season of l92l, and accomplished his task in a manner creditable to himself and his university. e hundred seventeen gy yyyyty yyyyyyyyyyyyyy W M yyyuyyyluyyyyy yylyyyyuyylynyyeyyyyyyynyyyyyuyyy M y yyy i-'iii' iiilritltiiiii it a me sag :- V-z 1 A OLE Miss J r ' oi, if are I l T Q .. . .... .. .... ............. .. ...... ............ .......... ...... .... .......... .. .................. C' Y: 7 OLE Miss 82g W. T. N. 0 The Ole Miss warriors opened the season with a rush, defeating Normal by the largest score made in the South for that day. From the start it was evident that Normal was no match for her opponents. Barbour at the helm proved himself a good strategian. "Shed" Davis at right tackle, appearing for the first time in the Red and Blue uniform, showed his born worth as a linesman by tearing through the line and getting two-thirds of the tackles. "Sheds" work during the remaining season proved we were not mistaken in his fighting ability. Being the first game, it was a test of "Who's Who and Why" for the coming seascn. GREENBACES DEFEAT RED AND BLUE Probably the most telling game of the season, in picking out ncw material, was that with Tulane. This was the first invasion of enemy territory, and the second game of the seazon. The hrst quarter showed usg Tulane had succeeded in placing the pigskin on the Red and Blue's one-yard line before our dazed freshmen had regained their senses. Here they came to earth. Putting their shoulders together. with the old men they formed a stonewall defense that could not be penetiaied. Tulane was held for downs and Barbour punted out of danger. "Possum" lVlcDaniels, the stellar Ole Miss end, broke up the heavy Greenback interference. "Buster" Keeton and "Fresh" Smith rolled the big Tulane line back into its own plays. Page one hundred cighlcen KU 0 f., OLE MISS X J l fm t fee- e . it l it si un ftinzrxzmmm 'l" gf, f 'Q YEKVIBQXMIK X V-Wi-1Q" 'Q' '-' ' 4' 7 .i, f' ,. , MAJORS SNOWED UNDER Bi' OLE Miss The Red and Blue scored in the first five minutes of play by end runs and line plunges. Receiving the lciclc-off, Ole Miss worked to within scoring distance, but an unlucky fumble cost them a touch-baclc. Millsaps lciclced out of danger and the score ended for the first quarter 7-0. ln the second half uRed" Whittington started things oft by scooping a low punt and racingj twenty-five yards for a score. "Mac" tallied next. Accepting it as a challenge, "Red" intercepted a pass and raced over for six points. The appearance of "Opp" O'lVlara at center recalled his previous varsity record for Ole Miss and relieved the uneasiness of our strength at this position. lt was only in the second quarter that Millsaps endangered the Ole Miss goal by a series of short running passes and trick plays, but it failed to net them a score. S. P. U. Og CLE Miss 35 The Tennessee boys paid us their annual visit with a light, scrapping team. As the game immediately preceded the annual gridiron test with A. 61 M., most of the regulars were not used. The line was given a chance to try any of the triclcs of the craft without much chance of loss or gain. "Pee-Wee" Cober crashed through the line and brolce up many plays bv his ever present defense work. On the offense his weight assured a wagon road for the ball. Leflwich at end displayed his future worth by his quiclc analysis of a play and good interference on the offense. The S. P. U. men put up a good fight. They were considerably outweighed by our men, but the black jerseys were on their toes to a man. Page one hundred nineteen 7 3 Kilim OLE MISS t Gi fel' 'llfy-.rC.f5f-s- jig? OLE Miss Loses TO A. 8: M. With the state as their audience, either in person or attention, the ancient rivals met on neutral ground at Greenwood for their annual combat. As usual Ole Miss drew the lion's share of hard luck, once getting the ball within scoring distance and losing on a fumble. Captain Robinson started the game at left guard. setting the pace for the old men and giving them new confidence and fighting talk. Later he was shifted to full, where his telling knife-like drives accounted for many yards. At right end Scruggs' unusual pass- catching ability netted us several pretty gains. On the defense his sure tackling and great speed broke up many plays. One of the prettiest features of the game occurred when the Ole Miss men held their opponents for three downs, with the ball one foot from the goal. "CHocTAws" vs. OLE Miss This was a hard-fought battle. staged on neutral ground at Vicksburg. resulting in a defeat for our team. Taking the lead in the second quarter, the Uchoctawsn could not be passed. There were many sensational plays by "Goat" Hale of Mississippi, but it remained for a Vicksburg boy to make the play which stood out above all others. It happened in the third quarter when the Red and Blue were on the defense, ten yards from their own goal. Intercep-ting a pass, "Buck" Barbour, dodging and twisting through the line, ran ninety-five yards for a touchdown. "Sally" Crane at left tackle time after time threw his wedging force into the line and stopped the on-rush. On the offense his knife-like drive always meant an opening. "Si" Alexander. substituting for Gober at right guard, soon lu it be known that he was present by his veteran tactics and bulldog grit, which were evident in the shift of the attack to the opposite side. The game ended, Ole Miss 73 Mississippi College 27. Page one hundred twtnly mumlll A QCJ OLE MISS 7 tll llll 'thu' M lllllflmllll .L l n i 5 1 H t L. S. U. ZI g OLE Miss O The Ole Miss fighting machine started oft in a rush. :weeping the Tigers off their feet and placing the ball on their ten-yard line. The grandstand burst forth with. "Hold 'em, Tigers." and so they did. The Red and Blue warriors struck a Gibraltar defense and were held for downs. "Fresh" Smithson swept the Tiger ends for good gains. Hall and Capt. Robinson nailed the Tigers to the ground with their sure tackling. "Shed" Davis and "Curly" Leftwich were poison for all off-tackle plays coming their way. The game was a fight from start to finish. Docroas DEFEAT OLE Miss A drizzling rain resulted in a wet and muddy field, which placed the fast Ole Miss baclcheld at a considerable disavantage. This, however, didn't stop them from playing good football and making more first downs than their opponents. Barbour in the second quarter received the ball from the lciclc-oft. and evading his opponents, ran from the five-yard line for a touchdown. Soon after he was injured and replaced by Montgomery. "Little Johnnie" handled the team with his usual ease and sureness. The soggy field prevented the use of his wonderful speed and dodging ability. Nevertheless many gains can be credited to him. Akin. at full, carried the ball like a veteran in spite of the mud, and made many gains with his tearing drive. At left guard "Jimmie" Williams blocked line drives with bulldog tenacity. The game ended, University of Tennessee Doctors 243 Ole Miss 6. Page one hundred lmenly-one OLE MISS ff" - . rfffs. K l4"w'x.fX3-I' ' '- Lf .Leif ti ,-,,gf2:.b-,,, it .2 C.'.".ZITi.ZTfl-'rg, -ft ,A,,, ggf, w ww :.:n.. . ffggiy f3V'7' I ki to i- :Taxi yy '-" xii. , ,Qi Vg ,'I4-.f si-C., lfgw ff i -2-'f C C iw yfxifj ff 'x L.. A - L-A L. , i THE CUBAN TRIP The squad was greatly enthused when Coach Sullivan announced the trip giving nine days in Han ana. They sailed from New Qrleans on the Atena, cf the Great Xxlhite Fleet . 'l he trip over was like most voyages, but filled with excitement for those who had never been to sea before. Gober, thinking he was back in the navy, semaphored a river light. thinking it a man. Five thousand people assembled in Almendarcs Park on Nzw Yeai"s Day to witness the annual foot- ball game in Cuba. Capt. Robinson won the toss. Barbour received the kick-oft and returned it twenty- fivc yards. Robinson, Vfhittington and Montgomery easily gained first down, but Ole Miss was forced to punt on account of penalties. A trick play and penalties, "of the officials," placed the ball on our ti e-yard line. The Cubans shoved it over for the first score. They scored again in the third, but were held scoreless the fourth. Everyone enjoyed the stay in Havana verv much. On board coming back "Possum," who had suc- ceeded in evading the influences of Spanish loxe, lost his heart and football sweater to an "American Beauty." Xve admire his choice. Those making the trip were Coach Sullivan. Capt. Robinson, Barbour. Montgomery, Nxlhittington, Smithson. Akin, Scruggs, lVlcDaniels, Smith, Crober, Keeton, Eubanks, Crain, Leftwich, Moseley. and Stovall. Page one hundred twenty-two Ole Ole Ole Ole Ole Ole Ole Ole Ole Ole OLE MISS I llllln ! 3 mwmmm Y gl A 5 -gullll l - J L7"V Ea f V r i 71 . V, ,Ma e or be e e Football Schedule for 1922 Miss Union-Campus . . . . September Miss Centre--Danville, Ky. . . October Miss S. P. U.-Campus .... . . October Miss A. and M.-jackson . . . . . October Miss University of Tenness:e+Knox iilc. Tcnn. . . . October Miss Birmingham Soutl1ernACampus . . . . November Miss Hendrix College-Campus . , November Miss U. T. Doctors-Memphis. Tcn'1 . November Miss Camp Benning-Columbus, Ca. . November Miss Millsaps-jackson . . . . November Page one hundred lmenlp-three A ' Qi O L E M I S S CAN' KD . r o ' , 'mm,7 ' Cu mrlziluznrfrhfr,"frizr:r:z'..i":xu:irzzz,':i1r:n.'rzrmz:min3n:n1zir5ui:rr.:i I Wifi X VUITL' ' 5"--Y, ,D , ' J fl-ffsess' f To the SCI'l.1bS To the scrubs we owe the success of the varsity, the success of Ole Miss in football. Hammered and pounded from the hrst to lhe last of the sesaon, continually obliged to learn new tricks in order to keep the varsity at its sharpest senses, they get no rest. Every- one is for the varsity, and for the varsity alone. Never do the scrubs get into the limelight or get the least bit of praise. But some are lucky enough to reap the great reward when the coach shifts them to the squad, where they have the chance to make the Ole Miss name more famous, due to the severe acid test as scrub. And yet to the scrub who does not make the squad we owe praise, for he has clone his part in strengthening the real fighting machine. Page one hundred livcnfy-four N J... O L E M I S S V'.lbl'K!l MZ .,,,..p IIIII llll ..,, mmm, 4 ,,..1 u .... JG fe, Nw-ScruQQS beefrs Vlillsaps ouTf,j score fo- Mf MM gf! Downer Nw- nm. Barbour makds TSUQI1-down Lf,f0mKp'ck-off web Pg 114,11 yfi GLB MISS R224 U E. D ..- 3 M V ' Q" - '1 9? . , vp. 'Mg' .,: , s ,M Q f . Xe,-, p! Capt KICK OFF OIQVYQS- AAN Gamo Y' " K ,J-,zfll 'Q Q fa? OIG Muff' TYQGCIQLI ffm Goal i 5 I h J O H lv 0 L E M 1 S S A 'MW' """ I J V WWW 9524339 "2't3'2't3 A . ' ' ' . I S ' 1: + vf is mx Xx ' x X 'k X bf , y 1, 5 Y' 7 I - af, A k I xx ' IQ QQUXXQY "'..-'54-"'.-....' 4.1 'fi-L .-T, 'f'-'it "'-'-Ltzri f W3l1'if1Til WEB 113611 -5817671 Page one hundred I ly i C, g oLE Miss f V f"T,f-,V V jg' l "'! ffltfxll ljtlxtm lp, Q '-1 f' ll J - " ' ""' 'iliiillifff-H'lI' "' 'mmmx' zrzxnmm Qt 'fljj rt QW W 1fe-axwM-,ji ' -'ffgi - ' I Captain Arthur E. Scruggs Captain Arthur Earle Scruggs has been an important factor in the Ole Miss quin- tet for three years. His bulldog tenacity and quick footwork have robbed many a team of a score. This innate athletic ability of his is not only evident on the court, but also on the gridiron. And by these qualities he has often been described by his fellows as Ha panther-like steel cable." His position is guard, but that does not indicate he is not adept at dropping the sphere in the basket from unlooked for angles. In looking for a leader who possessed the qualities of quick thinking, consistent fighting, a clean. hard encounter, and thorough knowledge of the game, he was chosen to lead the quintet for tlie season of l9Z2, and despite circumstances which might have discouraged any captain. he is guiding the team in a manner proclaiming him a born leader among the realms of basketball. Page one hundred twenty-eight OLE MISS m The Varsity JOHNNIE MONTGOMERY, "Little Johnnie" Streaking over the court with amazing surety, Johnnie seems to have the ball chasing him. Coming within his grasp he pushes it from him in the direction of the goal and it obecliently drops in the basket at whatever angle thrown. The end of this season marks him a two-stripe man. GOBEL FORD, "Colne" This quiet, hard-fighting member of the quin- tet is also an old man, this making his third year. As a basket shooter there are none who can beat him. A valuable man on any team, and one whom his opponents fear. GRAYDON FLOWERS, "Buck" This, the second year of his career on the quintet, found "Buck" at center, where he gave his opponents more than they could easily han- dle. Possessing unusual speed and accurate shooting ability, he is under the goal ancl scores before his opponents are aware of his presence. Page one hundred llvenly-nine ' 44 it 1ifiaflflrlllrllalniffi'-i-if 2' ' I iv? ,Q :QCP V ,. A,-i A ' 357 :-. ' tx It rr l' ll YQ? Z W l , , . f , t .. s t, , f 'Eb' -A ,. mx 'W' ' I 3 f L I , L - .....t,... N , r , 3 F , : gk at g' 1 , . ,B ,.- ,. f wif v ' .32 5131 fi Qiffgat , -. pcm 0624 342.5-2521. 5' i if E' X " ff W' ' ' 'isa' iss " , , .A - ,1 T N - ' ' X Q11 Q. P,c.,.,yEt,,,h , i , v':'Yl3:l??:t.5v,,' 1 ' , - ' , A ' ' ' Mft., ggfwhgg ,R,,,.,.,,71g 5333: L' 1, 5 v, at 2 ' " 1 ' ,5 ? I ,,.w. ,mt VA ':'i"4t 1-'i.S:..i5 ' Jl55Q:'.f,1:.,. ,,f.,i. 5' , - f ,W ,., JJ!f','ft"Sf g1,'f"'f'r'f' 1 ,,., , 5Q:ig:Lifis'fl'.J'5'.st?fS9a-55,fQpfZ' s Bfmzr 3- Vi' n N W M- t.-, .U J.. ,. , , ' Af" ' ' , if 1. w1wgu1g:, i,:.,:r2fQJs,t-iffaiffsiif'affor H.-, r.i-1ffu..24Qt-,Lam , L Q "'i i"'!lIllllI""llllllI"" MISS my il? A NF' V55 JL . Il l lnm...,. A kWk ka X Rx' Y-L t 2, P 4 - N I , J 5-ang V13 will V .,,y.. ..,,.. fir' syggfv . .iw f.-Ll 5 I Q. The Varsity R. I. SCHWARTZ, "SchIilz" "Schlitz" has served the quintet at guard for three years. His unerring shot, quick footwork. and unexpected left-hand passing have puzzled many of his opponents. For fast, smooth work there is none his equal on the Ole Miss court. C. A. RAPE, "Cy" This is his third year on the varsity, and he is a valuable man. Some of his opponents try to take advantage of his size, but when they uratch out for him, he twa'n't there," but down the court for a score with his pretty shots. W. C. SMITH Although a first-year man with us, his ex- cellent record at Normal, and knowledge of the game which can not be questioned, won him a place on this season's quintet. With such a good start, we are looking for greater things from him in coming seasons. BASKETBALL SCORES .E ' y "1 ,Y f s ' it 1 L 1 U. -,L J' . 1' -f ' 1 - ,. if , ' f, f 1 , t Z- f . il fx l . .,. 'iff " if . .-Tig' T' 'Lg .- J iff" . ' 'li 7 'Y' i l -ig'-any - 1: 5 ., f at 3 - A fi H S11 'flats fa tem., 1' 'aff Ole Miss ..... 353 Tulane . . . . . 27 Ole Miss ..... 305 Tulane . . . . . I4 Ole Miss . . 42: Normal. Miss. . . I6 Ole Miss . . 24: Normal, Miss. . . I8 Ole Miss . . 34g Millsaps . . . . IZ Ole Miss . . 249 Millsaps . . . . S Ole Miss . . 27, A. 8: M. . . . 30 Ole Miss . . IZ, A. 81 M. . . . I7 Ole Miss . . l5g Centenary . . . 21 Ole Miss . . 27: A. 81 M. . . . 25 Ole Miss . . l7g A. Gr M. . . . 48 Page one l.t.:.JrcJ thirty A o L E M IS S X 'Hit K. gee l 69.9 'i Xlgifjjgyg x Xi! X rr FUIIHQQQQKS,-:Y Miss Kathryn Lovett Woefully neglected and badly needed, as was the co-ed's part in athletics at the uni- versity, it received its first breath of life in 1920 when Miss Kathryn Lovett came to us from Battle Creek Normal School of Physical Education. Her record previous to accept- ing the present position she now fills, accounts for the excellent showing she has made. ln l9I6 she attended Syracuse University. In l9Z0 she graduated from Battle Creek Normal School of Physical Education with high hcnors. While in training she was awarded a varsity letter in basketball, hockey, and gymnasium work. In addition, she was awarded the medal for the best all-around girl swimmer in school. In spite of the handicap from lack of equipment in her department, Miss Lovett has made exceptional progress. The basketball team has shown up much better against their opponents, due to her ability to instruct the players in the art of the game. Much benefit has been derived by the girls who have been fortunate enough to be a member of the calisthenic classes under the direction of Miss Lovett. portraying the true characteristics of the young womanhood and girlhood of America that we love so much, Miss Lovett quickly won a place in the heart of the entire school. Page one hundred thirty-one ...ff Q M OLE MISS u V lx ss QPU ff! W C13 K N E '3 5 X F A 'V X N 1 W5 X 3 Q C W? ' ' c ,fs ' ,313 . Q -. i ful at 'Mkt nf Y 6 QI, Y OF l9ZI-22 UAD SQ 5 K4 n ve fl S Q :r- ':. : - -N 'H Q . N 'S :V Kc -L 9 Q mmmzmmnnnr m 5 D A 03145- 0 L E M15 S , ,,,,,,,,,, f ...........l,,lgm ggm,,,,........, V5 ff! ,,,, ,,,.,. . F V 1 The Varsity MINEOLA BAILEY Although "Minnie's" second year on the varsity, her un- usual fighting qualities and knowledge of the game. together with her ability as a leader, place her captain of the sextet this season. The Ole Miss co-eds are losing their best side center, as "Minnie,' graduates this year. DELMARTYN VARDAMAN Throughout the entire game, 6'Del" is on the alert and secures the ball from her opponent with unusual ease and dexterity. This season finds her filling a double position of player and manager, which she does with commendable thor- oughness. MARY GEORGE KINCANNON Mary George is a player of natural ability, her height giving her an advantage at her position as guard. She goes into a game whole-heartedly and is noted for simply "picking the ball out of the air." Her determined fighting made a won- derful appearance on the court in every game. A future Ole Miss star, as she will be with us another year. MARTHA IDA WISEMAN This season was ".lack's" first year on the sextet. Her quick interference and endless endurance made her the best guard on the team. She is our most brilliant player, having been written up as our "stellar light." "Jack" has one more year at Ole Miss. Page one hundred thirty-lhrce - 1il-i. f . aaa oLE Miss gf 5 we V KATHLEEN WADE Very few of Kathleen s opponents have beaten her to the tip-off because of her quickness and knowledge of the game. Although her first year here her value as jumping center for the team can not be overestimated. We expect to hear more of her if she returns next year. ELIZABETH VARDAMAN The Varsity Although her first year on the team, Elizabeth has shown that she is indispensable to its strength. Besides being a good forward, she has an unusual ability as a goal thrower. VIVIAN joHNsoN For determination and pluck, none showed more than Vivian, which is proven by her winning a place at forward on this season's sextet. The record she made can not be sur- passed. GERALDINE MCCALL "Scotchie" has been a member of the sextet for three years. Unfortunately an injury prevented her from taking part in every game, which fact was quite detrimental to the team because we missed her excellent playing at forward Page one hundred Ilnrly four Y N fu O L E M I S S Y- 'V ' 5fW5V WIN ,, Pe h ded gg 1 ff f xx tj " 'Q .,,.. fx w N , ' Q 9Q N: -Y X S " 4- .. ll fx- -in ,, ---- 4 , W n A' lhir L , I. 1 if .g f ff' -L,,,1--v1'T- , i 4 1-E ' -':.1- , lei- 'fl' ..,.' f -fl UT-Q4 !' -' - 4- A A A fg, - f f A - MN7Z1 ,il UA ly-fve 6. A 0 L E M I S S Q ,fi Milf Mx W Qfieiiijiieiiw ..... , x,v., , -..gy L m.1.r......uma. as Baseball Review, 1921 I fiifiih , HE Ole Miss baseball nine got away to a very bad start, but despite this fact they made up for 'lost time by ending the season with the official title, Statelfhampions. This poor beginning was caused by a lack of pitching s m 7 S material at the first of the season, and by the inability of one or two varsity men, because of heavy classroom work, to make certain important trips. However, when they did "get going" everyone agreed that they were a team that was hard to stop. Behind the bat was "Happy" Hathorn, varsity catcher of the l920 team, who alternated with George Ramsey. Our mainstays on the mound were johnny Montgomery, Hollo- way Riddell, Quay Fernandez, and Louis Henderson, with Montgomery, Riddell and Henderson performing at times in the outfield. Dewey Brown and 'LSpot" Petty divided the season at first base, with Petty playing outfield in a few games. Caplain Drane Lester, a four-letter man on the team, held down second base, while Spencer Wood and Calvin Barbour, with three years each to their credit as college performers, took care of shortstop and third base, respectively. In left field was Henderson or Hewes, while Riddell and Montgomery alternated in center, with Amsler stationed in right during most of the season. Wilsoii and Petty performed well in the outer gardens in the Mississippi College series. The most successful series was probably the one in which the highly touted Mississippi College Choctaws, headed by .Ioe Edwards, went down in defeat twice, and were lucky to get a tie score in the tenth by rain, with two Ole Miss men on bases, only one man gone, and the heavy end of the batting order up. Edwards was nicked for twenty-four safeties in the two games he hurled against the Red and Blue warriors. Six three-hundred hitters, coupled with good pitching, was a combination that could not be denied during the entire season, and a heroic spurt toward the end of the schedule gave a well-earned State Championship to the varsity, which had lost most of its series on llukes and lucky breaks in favor of the oppzsing teams. The coveted "M" and Championship gold baseballs were awarded to the following men: Manager "lap" George, Captain Drane Lester, "Happy" Hathorn, George Ram- sey, Dewey Brown, "Spot" Petty. Spencer Wood, Calvin Barbour, Louis Henderson, Gaston Hewes, Holloway Riddell, johnny Montgomery, Guy Amsler, and Quay Fernandez. Page one luimlreil ll O L E M I S S Q'i11"1 "l1Illllll"''l'lllIlIl""'i'ii ? nlllu 9 I , A tg - -l ,. lf FI, gig' . 'Y ' 9' f 5 fi fs' r rr fl L Q, A fig Q li 'K 'A 1 - 62 4 'F 'f 5 . - rr. Q31 M. - ' .- 5 l, 2: rf 'f 1" 1- -- 23' '. 7?i"?,-13 3 Captain Calvin Barbour Captain Calvin C. Barbour's athletic history at the university began in I9 I 8-l9. Dur- ing the spring of the same year he was "utility man" on the baseball squad. Retuming the next year he served in the outfield at center. The quality of his work in the field could not be questioned at all and his ability to wield the stick placed him among the leaders in batting. His speed on the bases increased his value to the team. By consistent lighting, keen batting eye, and fast speed on the bases, he was awarded at the end of the season a letter on the S. I. A. A. Championship Team. Acquiring a great deal more knowledge about the game during the summer he returned last year and showed other qualities in the infield at third base, at the same time remaining among the leaders in batting average. Recognizing his ability as a leader and a thorough student of the finer points in the national sport he was selected by his teammates to captain the team for the coming season, and under his leadership this team promises to rank among the South's foremost of the spring of '22, Page one hundred lhirly-seven if-umm ww MISS Vx i -1 Illlllll WIN!! Iv Q I T su' ummmmnm. 'flmmrmmmmmnnmmr VARSITY OF l92l Pg 114.111 9 mm 1H+"1 '"'lll!Il!IIIfT'lllIIIl!"'' MVK: d VARSITY OF 1921 Cx A g o L E M IS S iirfr' .liKQ'LOig..riffEL?lr:m.j ix' v 0 rimriziarirzrl- - l if? 'Q 'A A 4' fe r.-A H5 a! . I sf' if 5- 1.53 V' N-. 1 ff-11-H-'eil' ..I.f'i 9 ," - .:1Q.1, ,LY-is-l . I, , .L , A-x.igkf',4 S4:w:?gQf.ig."." S51 -1--r..'.:" ' r Jn ., ,ar h : 'U -. sr 'F 4-fr.'1Q:.a,.ms4t45s 1.l'is2w2zf"1.A SQUAD OF IQZZ Baseball Prospects As it is the hope of the annual staff to have the year lock in the hands of the students before the baseball season is over, we can not give more than an account of the prospect for the l922 team. With the present indications there seems no reason why the end of the season should not find our team state champions and possibly S. l. A. A. champions, barring unforeseen mishaps. Among those who were on the squad last year and have returned this season we find eight letter men and seven who lacked but just a little of making a letter. For the infield there are Montgomery Lester. Woods, O'Mara. Pettey. Kelly. Drane Lester, McNease, Temple. Wilsonp and in the outfield Mont- gomery. Yerger, Hewes, Howell. Rosenthal. Brown, Turley, Brooks, jones. As is true of every season, new men come in, and at times a player is unearthed who makes good the first year. But among those whom ue are especially looking to for a showing are "Red" Whittington, Coletta, Cutcliff, Ramsay, Akin, Smithson and Booth. A feature which has heretofore not been found in the schedule is a number of games with the big Northern colleges. and with such fine prospects there is no reason why we should not only make a name for ourselves at home, but also abroad. Scriizouuz 1922 Ole Miss vs. lllinois ........ . . Ar home. April S . At home. April IZ-I3 . At home. April l-l-l5 . . At jackson, April I9-Z0 Ole Miss vs. Florida . . Ole Miss vs. Vvisconsin . . Ole Miss vs. Millsaps . . . At Baton Rouge, April Zl-22 Ar Hattiesburg, April Z4-Z5 Ole Miss vs. L. S. U. Ole Miss vs. Normal . . . Ole Miss vs. L. S. U. . . . Ar Vicksburg, April Z4-25 Ole Miss vs. Union University . . . Ar home. April Z8-Z9 Ole Miss vs. l.. 5. U. , . . . At home, May 5-6 . . . . . .Week trip .At A. Ci M.. May I5-I6 . Ar home, May I9-20 Ole Miss vs. . . . . Ole Miss vs. A. fi M. , Ole Miss vs. A. 81 M. . Page one lrumlrcrl fairly M ww OLE MISS L, xi 'N , l Tff' Q 1 '-Z . . f" f I f , X , ' 2 L .N x 1 " f 4 114 :af F1 Q 1 M . ,ff J Z A ' MM? QB 5 X 7f3 X' , , , A? ESQ 1,51 ?1 ,,....i L ,i1i-1- ,-l.i--l, f R. IGV 'i f'- E V124 - , .-, id, 2715 I Iliff "gil-l r A 1 Q ,f Kg? Captain Vardaman Hart When Vardaman Hart entered the university in l920 his reputation as a master of the cinder track came with him, and he found it his duty to prove that he had in him what everyone believed. When track season began in earnest the "Freshman" soon had his fellow runners realizing that "Rumor" often speaks truth. Naturally no dazzling per- formances resulted from the young sprinter's practice, but soon he proved himself Ole Miss' fastest short distance man, and a splendid hurdler. Hart was easily chosen our representative in the IOO-yard and 220-yard dash for the S. I. A. A. meet at Atlanta in I9ZI, and made an unusually creditable showing for a first year man who had not had access to the advantages of a larger and better equipped school. l-le returned in the fall of '2l and when the past season's squad met to select the man who should lead them, Vardaman Hart was chosen as most capable. ln the early workouts he has shown that even more can be expected of his personal efforts than last year, and that in the absence of a track coach his preience and assistance will be a winning factor in the development of both new and old material into the equad of '2Z. Page one hundred forty Ima O L E M I S S jx p in -Z1E?n""'M if ii , , H '..- I aaf",ffe,. U J fifl i WJ? cd fm Track The track season of l92I was one of moderate success. A large number of men were out and were skilfully trained by Coach Jernigan. Of these, four were chosen to represent us in the S. I. A. A. meet, they were Captain Ritchey, Flowers, Hart and Pickins. Ritchey carried off second place in the broad jump and the other men showed up creditably. This year, IQZZ, we were unfortunate in losing the services of Coach Jernigan and are without a coach for this sport. However, there is some promising material, and it is safe to predict a good team. Among those showing up well in the early work-out are Captain Hart, and Hand in the sprintsg Howorth, Hall, F. E... and Herring, W., in the distancesg Moody, in the pole vaultsg Hand and Fant, in the hurdles, and Huffman in the weights. Others show great promise, and will no doubt develop good entries in the events at the big meet. Participation in two meets is expected, an interstate four-cornered meet is being planned, and the annual S. I. A. A. outdoor games to be held this year in Baton Rouge. Track, as a major sport, does not hold the place at Ole Miss that it should, which we sincerely regret. But we still hope that the near future will give us a boost, and place us among the foremost colleges in this branch of athletics. Page one hundred forty-three 1 CW, fix -, f -xx -'YH-Rx X Qgil-ff' Q5 S CH C'.lll1I1IIIII!ITZL:: I CEQA-f. if-,xfsj XM-J J, .4- .Q if 1 , ...-A ' , 'ef'--.3 , --lf N, ' ,, jgg., 33. ,:f ' W .., - :Q-5' sf-1 ff. Q1:gaf 1 Q' -- ' -- - : . .' , afar tmxiy Jr, f L sid net-1 'N' ' J I "'a.-5-',,, 'W Page one lulrnfrcfl forty-four V w I I N v 6 ',,1"'f' X X .6 E, 13, ,fc--Y-7 Q.Ji .fb 5 GQ qi? ,J HK ,Kd N UQ, 1 O L E M 1 5 S M ,M,., f ,. ,,,1g ii Wfp ,f ff K m.ME.,:iAj:,.3J...n..mnxm..mmA ..V.. iii?-314 ..... ..4..JLJ hh?lT,x LWANV 1 L w N I 1 l ' i 1 11 'PM 111 fl 'gba Ru m 1 1 ' "Es A T, , w W - M rx W' flvligi, 'R ' ' I I : Lv A A Q 21 + - A NX 'Q "' I N f f ' y Z '4 ,ll X 1 .,i!i!iSf! l R."!5!i , div! K can , 1 llk ww M I .W E TD ENG I K I 1 ff .xx LQ.. 5.6 41 I M 0 L E M 1 S S iff A,.lk X . 'X ' 34.11 .." 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O L E M I S S fDQff1fff' fflkx 4I!.I'.Z'+' Nm..- .,., ,. ...,. ,..,...., M ,,,.,,,,,., , ,,...,. , ,. , , xy ij! .I .,.. .. ...... ...:r1n:I... .,.....,.. MI .A... .....,. - ....,,.J..III...I.uI...I ..., -...JLII.l . .il f3gxf1.D .R 1.-. mn Qx B B I. -SE M' S. "' Q 64' T3 B 'D U' M HEEOIIENGIEIEIH.. Jmmunfdgf. ngsmgmguugvzegvi. .I magnum Su r gngm-I ...gg gum. .magnum-vm.. gu m?-. g i XVIIIIAM A. LONG V. B. JACKSON PHILIP DAVIDSON ROBERT FARLILY j. C. l1ATHORN Igma Upsilon Fraternity Founded Rl Sewanee, 1906 SCRIBBLERS CLUB ACTIVE MEMBERS FORREST B. klxwxsox DRAM. LRSTPR AISSOCIATF. M EM BERS DR. D. H. BISHOP DR. A. L. BONDURANT DR. VV. S. LEATHERS DR. W. L. KLNNON , . . Prcxidcnl . Svcrclury jon D. LIPSCOMB WILLIAM A. Lowe ROBERT THOMPSON Page one hllllrlffml Hip-lum Q W -ulllI l llm m' WI llnu' W !! ' Wm O Page one hundred fifly-lhree X QQ QW 1 THE SCRIBBLERS CLUB A OLE MISS ll lrllll 1 ll "'1l1llII.IlI1lL.1IIIllL'HL!lIIXILTLZIZXLIZILITTIDIIIJililllllillllllll L" J li uwffxlfxy H ff'-XR I yi, xl N "H I U f X QD ' Al ilu- H ,J ',, . A M ' EW , 5 W 'I -A--,rv -Y 9' . r 1 rl 1 , . . ' 1: in ry . n ,T sq af fire-- 'Wx Z' WMU I , ' , f' 1. YW.. 0- 4. O03 'I MV 0, -0 'MV ggisfi' 'Q-'Eiga ' I '4l?5i!" Anil" viii? hill!! n:m' 15:15 NX XX X14- x U pha Phi Epsilon Honorary Literary Society T. TUBE, Nuffullul Vfu'-Pr'c'nIJL'lll Ho R. XV. THoMPs.oN . C. VV. ROGERS xl. D. l.lPscoMu . R. j. IAQARLU . Bunn, 5. L. Rm. J. W.. JR. BERRY, S. B. BRLWER, j. M. I3Rowx. A. Y. BUCHANAN. lf. Craxrnxwlxc. S. xl. DAILM. I.. I. OFF1cERs MEMBERS I"ARl.Er, R. j. GEORGE, A. P. IIOWORTH, M. IS. jAcRsoN, lf. IS. L1PscoMB. j. D. LESTER, DRANE MCCALI, j. E. MQCILLIAN, T. 1' n ll I lu WORTH. Nalinnal c'0l1Il1liHl'C'fYl1lI Ijffbfxl . . Vice-Frmirlcnl RCpnflL'f . Sucrclary-Trvuaurur MCREE. T. l. IQOCERS. C. XV. Russau... I-.. LEE SMITH, XV. S. THOMPSON. R. XY. TUBE, T. j. XVAUCH. E. XX". DR. NIURPHY, Hur ' Pu zorarlv gc one humlr 1 frfly In r OLEMISS QQ iw 3 'pm , Er fe N if 6 N fhfl' I e 9' ,afi- Pugc one hundrezl jqfly-five ALPHA PHI EPSILON 0. JB DLE MISS K nu Kwxjlf X xx gs-g ffxw. LJ mmn.1.T.11rmk"fL'm:n:numm.'xr.'nmu::.r"z N.: H -...., 7 I r .zu liiLlLfZEIIITIZfTTIXI . ,T-If L if-:, 'B Xi- XTXQQ' U VS A v- , Q 3 'S' 42" V, 1 F" Intercollegiate Debaters S. B. BERRY, VV. S. SMITH, fl. W. VVAUGHX vs. EMORY UNIVERSITX' on Campus L. B. IXAELVIN, C. W. Rooms, j. M. HOWORTIIX' YS. MISSISSIPPI A. 8: M. on Can'lpUS C. I.. SUMNERS, R. W. THOMPSON, S. R. I-lsKR1Dc.E" vb. MII.l.SAPS COLLEGE at jackson L. L. LCCKARD. F. B. jAcxsoN, E. W. Lvowsx 1713. SOUTHERN METHODIST UNIVERSITY al Dallas. Tex. x'Allernale Page one hurnlrcfi fifly-six OLE MISS " if X WAT Y- IIIIIIIIIIIIIIRWNVZ RR S ...IIIIII Z ,-I .zfmmmzxzm EH ,,,,. " ...M , R l52 1 .. R W. -4. A 'I '1 I :QS 'QIUIII HIUZE7 41. f X dl --IIIIIIIIIIIII gl IIlIlIIq,,. . 'W K Q l 9 XS 4 l'llIllI. I .IIIIHIIIIII i lllllllllllllilllmlll U R XXX llllllllllllllllllllllllilllil ll af 7' XR T "I f 3 DTR 'ME S A S A I N' Ig A Qs ' Qf27L I III R, , X vii? VIN- I 4 'N . I J i!"' TTI Nr I . l'ii.TI'T I S. IX, II I. Q lx A Nxxw X X S--X K. " -'x X xx Hefniaean Literary Society OFFICERS AND SPEAKERS E. W. WAUCH. JR. . . . .................... Frcsidcnl FARLEY . . . . . . .... Presfdenlg AllHi1'CfSUl'IUll J. NI. BREWER ................ Vice-Prcsiderzf F. B. JACKSON . . . Vice-Presielenlg Anniversary Speaker A. C. BARRETT . . . ....,........ Secrelary A. B. LEWIS . . . . . . Treasurer F. C. SPAULDINC . ...... . . Anniversary Speaker MEMBERS ABRIGHT, P. H. EASLEY, D. C. LESTER, DRANE PICFORD, M. A. BARRETT, A. C. ERWIN, E. A. LEWIS, A. B. RATCLIFF, C. BELL, j. W., jR. EUBANKS, O. C. LIPSCOMB, JOE RAY. H. E. BILES, j. D. FANT, R. B. LUMPKIN, B. G. RISHER, H. E. BRANDON, E. H. FARLEY, R. j. MADDEN, A. A. Ross, T. T. BREWER, C. FUQUA, H. H. MCCALL, j. E. SMITH, W. S. BREWER, j. M . CAMBLIN, F. VU. MCCLELLAN, L. SPAULDINC., F. C. BROWN, A. Y. C-ARNER, E. H, MCCLELLAN. T. STIBLINC, E. D. BUTLER, E. R. GLAIJDEN, S. C. MELVIN, L. B. THOMPSON, R. W., jR. CALDWELL, F. H. HARRIS, F. G. MITCHELL, T. C THOMPSON, W. CAMPBELL, W. HARRIS, H. MORGAN, I. L. TOMLINSON. S. A. CLENDlNNlNG,S.j. HARVEY, F. T. OAKLEY, EARL TUBE, T. j. CRYIvI,ES, R. j. HOWORTH, M. B. OVERSTREET, M. C-. WAUCH, E. W., jR. CUTRER, L. WI HUME, RITCHEI' PARKS, j. W. WILKINSON, j. N. DAVIS, j. E. Page one hundred ffly-seven JACKSON, F. B. KEARNEY. K. G. PARKS, T. j. PI-IYFER, S. K. f I C M IJ 'VIA-J QD Ihw--ML 150552 i5M...4 ,,, ,W , ,, , Qty--gg, in T"1"'a P3 gnu!!! I f Fig! figfiix ov 1' IQSQTXE Eg 'li 1 ,' ! C I 45 F' IE 'U IE Z U5 '-' UD ' cn Q SOCIETY RARY MAEAN LITE HER m we G e L: Q :- : 3 'L Y PT. L 'Zh N. -. V: . E W. :- ... OLE MISS W I X X K-Wm .FJIWF fax !Xd?jN lu ' ff I- 1 w V A -'x an un ,iii D ' Mgr: , , -. f- X Y lgi xJ . ' ' izigjigg Hermaean Literary Society OFFICERS AND SPEAKERS E. XV. W'AUc.H, ja. R. j. FARLEY j. M. BREWER A. C. BARRETT F. B. jACKsoN F. C. SPAULDINC. Page one hundred ffly-nfne A. B. Lawns f 'I K X ' .1 I ,'. I-HK I Lx W ..I U rw.. RM . x .47 If Aj ., 'fd Zip I? .4 w., x.f I I 'mu- , DLE MISS Q I" , , I , C13 C' IYYLII- 'V "1lfIlIll1XI.'L'IT1iIIZH1A XllIl1lLLlXI.'IlX.'ZlIi1IIIIIZJ " L. ,J . Z , - Y LAY-,J-2 Lx " fi' ,-,WHY xx .. -,IGJV ,YQ . X XV! xD 3 lfi zqvxvef Phi Sigma Literary Society XI an nn nu .In--nun I OFFICERS Fircl Turm Secuml Term C XX ROGERS .... . . .PIALIIIIUIII E. L. RUSSELL ........ Prcmlcnt H DAVIS . . . . Vice-Prc5IIIcnf H. CI. STAMPER . . . . Vice-Prmillent H G STAMPER . . . . Svcnllarp R. L. HINRDEE . , . . Secretary AINNIVERSARY SPEAKERS L. L. LCCKARD . ..,.... ,..., . Arlnivcrsarfarl C. W. ROGERS . . Firsl Speaker NX". H. DAVIS . . . Sccumf Spvalfer MEMBERS BLRRY, S. B. BERRY. O. L. Bless, VV. O. BOWLES. R. D. BLIRROW, R. L. COREAN, R. L. DAvis, XV. H. LLSKRIDCE, S. R. VINCH. j. S. GIBSON. j. F. llARALSON, C. HARDEE. R. L., jrz. IIEMIILRSON, XY. I I HOWCRTH, j. M. joxzs. C.. M. joxss. P. Z. LINGLE, H. B. LOLIQARD, L. L. LYON, E. XV. MAGEE, S. E. MlDDl.ETON. B. NETTLES. S. R. E. IQ. PEARSON, ROGERS, C-. XV. RIIsSELL, IQ. L. SCANLON, C. SIIELTON, L. SIMMONS, U. SMITH, L. SMITH, S. F. SMITH, P. E. SPRATLIN, O. D. STAMPER, H. C. STENNIS, j. D. SUMMERS, C. I TOWNSEND, C.. TURFITT, M. WAl.KER, A. G. WILLIAMS, j. T. XVIL1 IAMS, M. D. XVATSON, XV. B. P age unc IIIIIIIIWII six A ? Q P5 td fu 2 R EE UD X XXX SN J gl . P Y 6 y SOCIET I PHI SIGMA LITERARY Page one Humlrell sfxly-ond f l DLE MISS ','.1fx r ,,, wflxf., 1 . , ,b , , 'E ...uf -'r-Q4...::L,.,, 7 ' 7 1 'iIIIIIIIILITZI1L...IfT...JZIIIZZ!ZI,lTI....LIl11111.L...,1llJlZ.Z VS N .. MJ, ' .1 1 - -, , ,V V X Y ' 'f " - xE "L'Qi1g Y - CQ? .Q Q :A X313 X J DHI11111IIIXLZZZIIZZIIZLLLZIIZILl1L1Il1L.......!IX!1l""" ' I Phi Sigma Literary Society OFFICERS AND SPEAKERS C. XV. ROGERS E. I.. RUSSELL XV. H. DAVIS L. L. LOCKARD Page one hundred sixly-llvo p-Ihr OLE MISS ..........,,.. ,.. ..,. g .,,. .. ,.,. HM.- "' L 1 V k l' W M I I , V. X 1 X T LW ' N J PK FE hr. V2 ! , ilk X fx zkg I 4 SS O , II O L E M I I W, 4xf"w VN . MW! I NIA. ffXiA iX Q, A-M312 1' IPS j' Sy K" u1'Irmr.:1z:'.fE::'1L'IU:In YR :H51Ij1QfI31:zf:Q RQgM,,JwfJ 'Q 4ifXV5:- , M. BREWER . . . M. L. ALEXANDER MISS LUCY ALLEN, j. F. ALEXANDER, M. L. ARRINGTON, R. O. BELL, A. BERRY, S. B. BICI-QERSTAEF, R. O. BRANDON, H. BREWER, j. M. BYRD, j. M. CLENDINNING, S. j. Cox, W. H. COOK, X7lVlAN Blackstone OFFICERS R. SOMERVILLE ..... MEMBERS CORBAN, L. C. DAILEY, LOUIS . . . . . Prasidenl Vice-President Secretary MELVIN. L. B. MORSIE, S. E.. DAVIS, W. H. MCCAIN, ADDIE ESKRIEGE, S. R. MCCALL, E.. ERWIN, E. A. MCCEE. S. R. EVANS, C. C. NETILES, S. R. FARLEY. R. j. PETTIS, L. M. FINCH, j. S. SIMMONS, j. U. GRIFFIN, GEORGE SOMERVILLE, LUCY HOWORTH. jcSEPII M. SUMNER. C. L JACKSON, F. B. THOMPSON, R. WATSON, W. B. Page one llllllflffll sixfy-four OLE MISS NE W O aQ, wig-I,j' Wg W, A 'U w'flifN1.'M I Ni A A Q QQ x 'PQ 1 . II.- 'N VC Q I ,+I III W WWI f ' I I I , I X f ' C Q ...al lu ' " '15, 151 Cyl I We If F1 X 1 fill' 7111170519 is my gf . ' A I .. I I .WN f ff ,- ' I ll ,gtg I' 4 4 . lik ,N Y I .11 -. ' I M A 9 IE A ' rf' L, l 'I' If . A If' ,I I ' WI Q' A .I ,If ,V I , ,LI H .na , A, I-I ' Anza'-:In , ---T -fx if I ny' II- I.: ..... .cl - . , fo eu - ,. , I IQ. 6,6 N f ll W . I I gl. f 'R W we A M -' 7 ' i A U11 R ' hi JJ . . . gl 1 --, .- al f N ,A fu' li: mlb I Rx X X 12 ' 1 " f M' Q Zo ...I . XX NJ X x X X X XX X X XX X ' X x X0 Sm A R Ui A X W'mWWLWf:.ff::. Tiff! I X-'IIK .. J. I H h- . .. A CZ:-DJ FNS- X W' flu .U .- 5 sv g I I N251 ! xxx wg E iz' N The Medical Club BUT LLB PfL'5I OFFICERS D CLEVELAND . . ...,.. . . . . . J. E. BROWN . ...,.. . . Vice-Prcwhlefzl P. E, HOLLADAX' . . ,..... . Secretary-Truawrer MEMBERS ARRlNGTON, CI. L. FRASIIUER, XV. E. MCNEASE, NV. BAILEY, S. L. GALLOWAY. D. V. NEWELL. B. F. BROWN, C.. BROWN, j. E. BOYD, A. N. BRYANT, K. K. CAMPBELL, C.. A CAUSEY. M. S. CLEVELAND, j. D. CCCCHIERRA, P. CONNER, S. H. CROSS, W. B. CULFEPPER, j. P DENTON, C. L. EVERSBERC. C. E, FARRISH, CI. C. FEEMSTER, L. C. Page one hundred Sfxly-fve GREGORY, R. A. HODCE. N. C. HOLLADAY, P. E. HOLLAND, T. L. HOWELL, j. F. HOWORTH, M. B. KELLY. N. LYNCH, M. L. MEBANE. ANNETTE MILLS, N. W. MITCHELL, T. C. MONTELEPRE, P. MCDANIEL, B. O. MCINTYRE, D. R. OBERSCHMIDT, C. 0'MARA. B. B. REYNOLDS, S. ROBERT, W. P. ROBERTSON, MAY ROBINSON, H. D. RUSSELL. E. LEE SANTOS, A. SMITH. R. M. STRANGE. W. W. TYNER, F. H. M. C. WILHELM, XV. L. NVILSON. B. M. NVOOD, C. S. XVOODSON, P. A. Q UT U W l ,B Q54 I, QF? M L OLE MISS -: ,.,, V' V' , sq ' f x ,. ,..J:, --X, qu ,f .u ' A x 4 Y-V gxiimf-ff' an vl Qllll. .LIZII .. QY1f1UUHHIUUYI mIIIfTUXMIIZIllTUHI I .J ,.-,,. -'A MEDICAL CLUB IJ age one ffumlrcll mixly-mix Ich I OLE MISS , , Y f 'ri MEDICAL CLUB Pg I1 ld ty even 1 X 1' ' OLE MISS c .L ., -,A I N A ' TTA, ,... I I - Lrg!! L ' """ XLQZLIIIIIIIZHLTHLYQJLILZ1::g:11QI1:111:1:.:1Zi'i1I1111L:1 1 Wff.,Lj "j Tgillqfl .S' A1-4 If Q ' 1 S--J W- i -S' " gif as ' I ' 1 The University Teachers' ub OFFlL'ER13 :X A. MADDEN . . ,... . . .... Prcsidenl CJUIDA PRICE ..... ..... l "ice-Prmiflcnl I-'.I.I.A SISLER .... . Secretary-Treuwrcr F.. XV. XVAUCH . ..... . . Reporler MEMBERS PROF. O. A. SHAW PROF. VARQLIEAR BAILEY, MINNEOLA BROWN. A. Y. BRYSON, L. L. CAVETT, X'AN A. DAVQS, C. C. DEYTON. DEWEY FIYCH. j. D. I-'ISAcI4ERI.I', MRS. FOOT, jANE GARNER. E, H. GLAZDEN. SANFORD COOCH, LUNA LIARDEE, R. L. jONES, EVERN JONES, j. H. JOHNSON, XXIVIAN KINUNNDN. ANNIE LEMASSON. LENA LINDSAY, jAcoD LINCLE. H. B. LOCIQARD. L. L. MADDEN. A. A. METTS, D. M. M AY MARRETTE, MABEL LYNN MOODT, MARGARET NELSON, C. R. PARKS, ANNIE GRACE PARKS, MARGARET PARKS. SIDNEY PRICE, EMY Lou PRICE, OUIDA RICHMOND, LOIS SCOTT, ROY SISLER, ELLA SISLER. RUTH SMITH, HAZEL STAMPER, H. G. WALKER, R. T. WAUCH, L. W. NWVASSON, MARX' H. WILSON, FANNIE WILLIAMS, M. D. WILLIAMSON, PAULINE XVISEMAN, MARTHA IDA WRIGHT, D. M. TAYLOR. LILLIAN PowELL, MONTIE MAE SPRATLIN, O. D. Page one hundred sfxly-efghl I , I 10 0 L E M I S S H , gf! "Ti , N: Vw W11' - E '12 W1 ,5 --A fY. t:-X! LJ ' xJ T I x f R. j. FARLEY .... .ADDIE MCCAIN . I I1 4 F20 IN SHA Mm, J 3 I, ANANIA IBYNVB j f 1 fo 'I If U ,5 I avlllgjl C' ,f,,V,,!f 1. ., ,MAJ f Q! ' IIIIIIII'IIIIIIIInII-'-iIIIIIInInIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII I 'Y' lgftg Q T 95 9516 ' MII? .QQRIW II N . , In 'Ill I Iiyx ' f III HUHHI J' IIIWI NIMH H NHIIIIIIHH., L fx. If-fig. . 922, "ggi AI. 4 F 45, I i J wr, j. C. HATHORIN . . F. T. HARVEY ARRINGTON, R. O. BARBOUR, C. C. BELL, A. H. BELL, JOHN A. BRANEON, E. H. BYRD, JESSE M. CORBAN, L. C. Cox, VV. H. DAILEX', L. I. DRAKE. C. F. ESKRIDGE. S. R. EVANS. C. C. Page one liumlred .sfxly-nfm. FiI'St Year Law OFFICERS MEMBERS EVANS, MRS. C. C. FARLEY, R. j. FORD, jfx MES l. GRANTHAM. LEVI GRIFFIN, l'lARVEY, GEORGE FRANK T. HATHORN, C. HERRING, G. B, HOWORTH, jos, M, JACKSON. F. B. joNEs, E. D. MCCAIN. .ADDIE MCLAURIN, R. 5. Q4 . . . . Pr . . Vice-Prehhlvnl . . TTCUMIVCF Sucrclurp MONTGOMERY. j. NETTLES. 5. R. PETTIS. L. N. RALEY, XVM. M. ROGERS, G. XV. STOVALL. j. A. STUMP. D. R. THOMPSON, R. VV. XVAITS, D. H. XVAITS. 5. H. XYATSON. XY. BRIAN SAVAGE, j. XY. csIII'cnl K 0 0 L E M IS S K 1 Af"'1f N ,f"A"--. 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PITCH!-'ORD, M. HOWARD RAPE, C. A. H.jAuqsON . . MEMBERS DEALE, S. H. STANFORD, H. L. XVATKINS, W. D. XVILFON, L. lf. BASS, H. C. BERRY. T. M. BOOTH. XV. H. BURKES, A. L. CALDWELL, lf. G. CAMMAC1-4, II. CATCHINGS, NV. H. COLLETA, -IAMES CONDON, VV. j. COOPER. C. C. COOPER, j. R. CUTCLIFF, W. H. DUNHAM. JAMES EDWARDS. G. D. FLOWERS, CL T. I-'uRR, j. I". Pl'L'.snl v . J . . . lure-I rcanlunl . . .Sccrclury 74fCU5Uf'Uf . . . Rcpurfcr . . Hidurfun CANT, j. D. GARNETT, j. M. HERRINCTON, H. L. HUDSPETH, j. A. KNIGHT, C. C. LESTER, L. E. TXACRANEY, E. T. PLUMMER, B. RAMSEY, A. C. ROBBIN, 'W. S. SLAUGHTER, T. C.. TAYLOR, T. B. THOMAS, T. M. TUCKER. E. S. TYRONE. V. Y. WALKER, j. P. WVILKINFON. H. A. XVILLIAMS, MYRTLE VUILLIAMS, R. R. XVILSON, F. F. L. Page one lllllltlfC4l 5 1 nly F W im ,dfrxgzrmzzrzm up T I I II gflxx 1 Y , 1 qd:.-1? I ' I fb! Q E ri? '-I I 1 1 Page one hundred aevenly-lhrec O F' F11 Z UD UD Q D X PHARMACEUTICAL ASSOCIATION J oLE Miss lg iu ltff , ?f s HWY QA Vg' Q 5 07:6 NNKWXV ii 14 121 cn 5 ii Ii il lwixx if Fill - E if 5 X? It i 2 O!! E, , ' fi- .i Q' 3 if ' lg O J QA iffxf-X m'?.. Z- I. . ,..,,. , rf -xt:-N -7 so t 1 Y? 4 '-3' fu l 1 231 I 5 ' 4 3 i 3 if if W - 2 rn lH , : 1. Q 1 x ,f E+ 'Sai-E-L Pg' Q, 0' il T XV iA,f"g ' ui A "X Ng?-I Z4 Q Q pg 'Ja g jc' i 4 'T 3 5 I , X, O '? A ff it " ef--A-A if '. 5. illfl B Q X : S rd K IO Jil ilihe science of Pharmacy covers a vast areag nature in its forms, both animate and in- animate, furnishes a means for the curing of diseases, the knowledge of which in its wide scope of Botany, Materia Medica, Zoology, Toxicology and Physics, is Pharmacy proper. In order to further the interest of Pharmacy as a science and a profession among the stu- dents of the university, there has been established a Pharmaceutical Association. The University of Mississippi Pharmaceutical Association is recognized by and is closely aflili- ated with the Mississippi State Pharmaceutical Association, and since its establishment here in I9 I 8 has prospered with marked success. The association is composed of all students of Pharmacy, who work together in one common interest of promoting the ideals of the association, which are fundamentally a strong attempt towards raising the standards of Pharmacy and thereby giving it the just position it deserves, that of being one of the leading professions practiced by men and women of high and noble ambitions and aspirations. This session of l92l-Z2 has brought about the culminating perfection of the work planned in former years of the Association, so that next year the records of progress will show a brightly illuminated path to be followed by their successors who will steer the association ship along its course of importing enthusiasm, knowledge and zeal to all Phar- macy students. E.. H. Page one hundred seventy-four I l W. i OLE MISS - 5 I . I IIIInIlIulInlIllInIIIInnIummmllllllllllllll W E 'joHNsON. . W. E. WILSON K m ,,II.II I .U gn ....I I .. ' Sgij N -lmgm mggj A , X OTR, gllrnix , ,. I WSHIEW I' H R .L .1 ,J . . - w g!! M v b li . ' F ' iam , X , 'lf' "yr 'I W I E' N if X nm, TWXXXX I, A 0 IH X ' J if ., , L W, I I I It S I, J , If , Ji I- ixiul - b x l. I 1' 'EE , I 2 I uv, -La E ,R va-i I I 'T-fm' 31 BIJLPQ4 - - Ole -l.T.DENTON , . . F. T. THOMPSON Miss Engineers OFFICERS MEMBERS FORD, H. C. BIRCHETT, C. R. BOONE, l. M. HALL, F. E. BROWN, j. B HARRIS, F. G. BRIOANCE, W. W. HART, j. E. CAMPBELL, LAKE HERRING, H. B. CAMPBELL, l. W. LTUME, RITCHEY CASTANERA, T. F. JOHNSON, W. E. CLARKE, E. S. LEWIS, H. S. COLBERT, D. VU. MABUS, R. E. DAVISON, F. B. MAXWEl,L, I. S. DENTON, j. T. MOSELY, W. P. DORROH, W E. OAKLEY, T. D. EASLEY, D. C. OAKLEY, EARL ELLIOTT, W W. PRADOS, G. O. ESKRIDGE, j L. PRICE, R. N. Page one hundred sevenfy-five Pun full Vice-Prcaidcnl . 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SANFOPD QQLADDEN MARGARET MOODY WILI.EEN TULL XVILLIARD CODBOLII j. W. PARKS ELIZABETH XIARDAMAN j0E VV. ILERRING T. PARKS E. W. WAUCH, JR. Page unc lII1mlrcI1 nfncly - - A A A A If V' OLE MISS M umm: I null nm nllnnu M l 6 mmmmm H I ,hh fl' ALT-4-nizj ff! A WUI ' fu :IIIIIIIIII IV ff wif W I ffm A ' D .n hh Cys A C L Ill' .DAVIDSON .... F. H. CALDWELL . RUTH SIsI.ER F. B. JACKSON . ABRIGHT, P. H. ANDERSON. H. R. BAILEY, BEATRICE BRANHAM, ELIZABETH CRYMES, R. j. CUTRER, L. W. DE ROUEN, MISS DlCKEY', NORMA DUNI-AP, MYRA CODBOLD. WVILLIARD HARDEE, R. L. HousToN, L. S. HOWORTH, jos. M. HUME, N1YRA JACKSON. HARRIET JOHNSON, x'lVlAN age one hundred ninelp-one Greek Club OFFICERS MEMBERs JONES, D. XY. JONES, H. LATIMER, DOUGLAS LINGLE, H. B. LIPSCOMB, MATTIE LEWIS, A. B. LEMASSON. XYIOLA LOCKARD, L. L. MADDEN, A. A. MCCAIN, ADDIE MOONEY, MABLE MOONEY, VV. F. MIDDLETON, j. F. MlTCHEl.L, T. L. MONTJOY. P. O. MILDEN, DR. A. W. MILDIEN, GERTRUDE . . . . Prcwl . . Vicu-Prc5II1eIIl . Secrela p-Trcusurcr . . Rvpnflcr' MOODY. N1ARGAREf POWELL, MONTIE AAAI SHIRLEY, A. M. SISLER, ELLA SI.ocuM. MARX' LEE SMITH, j. L. SMITH, P. li. SMITH, JULIA SMITH, WI S. STAMPER, H. G. TAYLOR, LILLIAN THAMES, jAMEs THOMPSON, R. W. XVARDAMAN. ELIZABETH XXWVILLIAMS, M. D. YVALICH. Fl. XV. CH I I .R . . "-I, I , 4 I 4 , OLE MISS I I . ,-I I I f- I ' ., . . HI. Ily 'fl 'XR' JK? -I K I vmmvmv . in Y V ' IL . s....II-I-If--wI..1I,..., C.. .... TDI.- IIIIIIIIIILIJIULHIIIIIIUIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIu1I1I1IIII1.ILmII11III1IJ . IX I ly V-HI-I-. I1 ' K, J KY Y I L 44 ,, 5,1 I h , r . ,tif A . Q.,-' ff XD 'FP Q0-s I""' ,gur- 1X Q: r V fig' , . WW, I 'A 2 Ili j L . Mississippi L. K. SAI.sBURI'. Prem! TATI2 .... AMI' CARL SHIPP . . . Louls PORTER . . L. B. IWELVIN LOUISE PORTER C. .-X. TATE L. B. MELVIN MARc,ARI'T CAIvIPIsLI.I S8.lSbL1I'y SCl'lOl3.I'Sl'lip cn! Dcfla uml Pinu Land Co. nf Afimsfsnlppi, Foumfer OFFlQ'ER5 lVlI3IvIBI2Rs L. K. SALSBURY AMI' CARL SHIPP AUBREY' WVATKINS . . . . Prcsnlenl , Vice-President Secretary 7-fL'dAUfi'f j. M. XVALLACE HANNAII MCDAOE D. I". MORE lil-ll.EN SHEARRON Page one hurIJrcI1 nfnclp-Iwo OLE MISS Q2-1 fi SUE Q I Illll W IIHm. mIm:I:mmmrm17' C ...... Illlmhl... 'N 7 Q Ama mm, XIIIIIIIIW vw SSM .WIQTW Q6 Avjwvffvf Ny .4 Q6 j. W. SAVAGE . A. A. MAODEN . . LEVI M. PETTIS NETTLES . . A. L. BONDURANT .... jos. M. HOWORTH . R. j. CRYMES . . ABERNATHY, JACK ALLEN, j. F. BELL, j. A. BERRY, SID. B. BICKERSTAFF, R. O BRANDON, F.. H. BROWN, A. Y. BROWN, D. W. BRYANT, K. K. BURROWS. REX CHURCHWELL, E. W. CLARK, FRANK CLENDINNINC, S. CRAWFORD. j. A. CRYMES, R. -I. Page one hundred ninety-lhree 9 5510 ll llllllll OFFICERS MEMBERS ERWIN, E. A. FARRISH, C. C. FRASHUER. W, F.. Fox, P. E. GEORGE. A. P. HATHORN, j. C. HERRINC, j. K. HOWORTH, jos. M. JOHNSON, W. F. JONES, EVERN JONES, j. H. LESTER, L. E. LINDSEY, j. W. LIPSCOMB, j. D. -II Q N Wh S RV SI wi ' Z ff - 'ff 0 Q AS Wm . was 'WIIIIIIIIIIIW POSI Commamler Vice Pos! CamrnunJcr . . . . . . Pos! Adjulanl . .... Pos! Finance Ofhcer . . . . . . . . Chaplin . . , . . . Hi5f0l'iUll Alhlclic Dircclor LYERLY, F. G. MADEEN, A. A. MILLS, N. W. N4CCALL. j. E. MCGEE. S. E. NETTLES, S. R. OAKLEY, T. D. PE'l'I'lS, L. M. ROBINSON, H. D. RUSSELL. lf.. LEE SAvAc.E, j. W. SCOTT, A. H. WATSON, W. B. XWILSON. T. L. XVOOLLARD, VV. W. X51 'L A ' ,A 1-. , f x, ,Jr rn V'-'AGT-vffi: W! -5 f215g ii1-' fi ...ala ,Cu 0 L E M 1 s S ra X ff + , I gg ifsimiwlwif .f,.f 'Mm ! ,-ft, mf' Y, , W J' A-K f' wx nfl' If lf If N 1 ,, ,- -f.f,,.15 . Page one flumlfcll nincly-five AMERICAN LECION R. A I I ,-1 . I 'I r III N... ,,, .Lp . - Illfijfq -f Q, X Q DLE . . . I I " ' ' '- I IX Q c :IZ7:11:Tz:1:z1:Z1t17r1In:z1111111.11111 k fx' MISS 111211111 IIHIHmHlZ111UlIIHIMm I OFrflf+31zw I .N mm' Ii. Brgkm ...,, .... . . ..,.. IU II na XX. Ipjouxsox. . . . -lor. M. IIowoRTH Alznlxcrox, R. O. ISH1., PROI-. I. Vw, ISLLRRY, Slrmu' B. Iilcxaksrm-'I', R. O. BISHOP, IDROI. D. II. BOTNIJURANT. DR. A. I.. IIROWN. D. XY. CAVLTT, X"Ax A. COLTITER. DR. Y. .-X. CRYMLA. R. IJAVIS. XX. II. I .RVIITN. I:,. A. I- ARRIFII. L.. L. IVII-Lmmnzs IJIQAHIILIFR. XY. In. IIALI., Louis IIAMM, I. Ii. I IARRIS. I I. I.. IIOWURHI, Ios, IXI joumow. XII". Ii. Ioxfs, .-X. If.. Ions, I "..- I Rl. kloxrw. I. II. I.I.Sl'I.R. I.. Ii. Imran, IV. C. IVIILIAII. QI. Ii. INIQCLI1. S. IQ. Mcllowrx, II. R. Scfrclury . . I . . I lcv-I rmnfcrrl dlhl 71l'CUAlH'L'l Mum, N. XX. MONTGOMERY, Ionw IXIEITLES, S. R. IJETTIS, Liv: M. ROBINSON, II. D. RU:'sE1.1., IA.. LLL SAVAGE, XV. STUMP, D. R. 5L'l.l.IVAN, R. I.. SWINNFY. Ii. I,. XYALI M E. PRCI. I .. XXIUOIIARD. XY. If. XYA'nox, XY. II. D J I l lugc unc lllll K KJ 0 L E M 1 S S ,W W ,,,. mmm MQ' A 'TDI' ' I mM,Md:4'f, A..A L...A.....4L.....A7"Z.,fjf1""""" i , A A X V fl. I Lig,i ff' D J Yffielf --,iA,gK'.Q4f I ,. nf -- H 5,535 , - .H 'Qi 'Aff ..'- . ,- sp ,Q,a1,,. V ANA ,. l V39 mi. . age one hundred ninely-.seven 'K' Q25 fin . Q A. E. F. CL ff A. A AH O L E M I S S I C W1,:,1I'?I -. 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B. lx LTOLMEN, IA.. NX. TTOPKINS. j. XY. HOWORTH. M. B. JOHNSON, SHAW joHNSON, XY. R. jONES. D. XY. KENNEDY, NYM. R. KENT. C. S. LATIMER, DAVE LINGLE, H. B. LONG, C. P.. JR. LONG. XYM. H. MABUS, R. E. N1CCHAR.EN, CHAS. MQTCLELLAN, L. 1Vlc'CI.EI.LAN. T. .-X, McDOwEI.I.. D. IVIQNEASE. XVILBERNE MIIJDLETON. B. I-T. MITQHELI.. If. C. MONTIOY, PAUI., jR. MOSELY. l., B. MOSEEY. XV. P. O'MARA. B. B. PARKS, j. XY. PARKS. T. j. PETTY, R. j. PIGI-ORD. M. A. PLLINKETT, j. A. PRICE, R. N. RAMER, E. C. RAPE, CY ROSS, T. T. RUSSELL. B. Sc HWARTZ, R. l. HBHOISIOZTH SLAYDEN. XV. SMITH, P. E. SMITH, R. M. SPAULDING, lf. C. STEVENS. PERRY STEVENS-ON, VV. C. STILL. P. I-'. STANFORD. H. L. STOVALI., j. H. SUCG, C-. M. SWINNEY, K. L. TFIAMES, j. M. THOMAS. XYM. THOMPSON, R. XY. TLIBB, T. j. TURLEY. C. C. XIAN NORMAN, NYM. B XYADE, L. XY. XVALIGH, IQ. YV, XVEBB, XV. If. XVELLS, XY. XVILLIAMS, j. XVILSON, B. YVOOD. C. S. XXVOODSON. A. NIERGER. XYIRT L C , ff1 V ,ff x, A CLE MISS f wf ,' . ,. 1 . K x. 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If M f, ff' ff Sf' .-.1 L Ole Miss Jazz Orchestra BERNARD COHEN . . . . Vinlin FRANK BRYAN ,... . . Saxophone CLYNN l1ARRIS . ..... , . . Suxuplmnc CRAFT IRBY '...,.. . ..,.. Piano jo:-nv BERGMAN . . . . . Drums Pagc llvn lrumlrul gix A fu 0 L E M IS S in ifxvri. H 51351 2 2 f XXI!" R XS X S Q il?-igrianz M Xl M' C708 N glffff Q ml HOIIQTIQJ .Q . C- -, I N . AN u Joi E ai If jfvlxxx .'f yn' .-K!X P . A X 0 L E M 1 S S 'f y I L E.ZL:L1:.1.::R'TQ, .1:: 4 "Eg.1.:i.IgxnIm1:"' I ,d',A A -f- fxgkxib THE MARIONETTES L PRESENT ' BACHELGR HALL GREEN STQCKINGS THE ARRIVAL QF KITTY Marionettes Lum' R. SOMERVILLE ........ . . . Pm-mlcnt XYILLEENTULL . . ...,... SL-cu-tarp FRXNK ,A.RI'l . . . . BllATllL'5b Afullugvl' fx. LONG , . Plmperly Afan HfJNN'.-XRD Prrull-ann . . . Rc'fYfPl'lCf MEMBER5 FRANK ARTZ B. F. MIDDLETON E. R. BUTLER M. H. PITCHFORD P. C, Dfwlmox C. VV. ROGERS j. Ip. Dnxs LUCY SOMERVILLE j,xNE FOOT VVILLEEN 'FULL MIRLAM jmxsox M. HELEN Wlxssox MARY GEORGE INZINCANNON E. VV. VVAUQH, jk. VV. A. LONG HONORARX' MEMBERS XXVILLIAM If.x1.RNER MRS. H. M. FASER DR. C. S. BROWN ELLA SOMERVILLF Page Iwo lrumlrcff ei Q nn 'K Cul O L E M 1 S S A AAAAA 4 J E E i age lnm humfr 'ELI HlflL' ...W nfs' , ,,." v. .NK THE MARIONETTES W I I I I 3 I I I I I l ', X lmumltlnllnllllllllllllmlmu man num: mms alumni- - A 0 L E M 1 S S K iiii Q L W - 4 I 1 I I I Gle Miss Orchestra MRS. E.. D. BEANLAND . . . Dircclrcss and Pianisl PHILIP MONTELEPRE . , . FRANK TATE HARVEY . BERNARD COHEN . . A. H. ScoTT . joHN BERGMAN FRANK j. BRYAN , RALPH MARKETIE . . H. R. MCGOWAN . A--W --AA - A- - K . Violin . Violin . Violin . Violin . Drums . 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If you laugh you are Taking it in the Spirit in which we Have given it. i B ut Whether you laugh or growl, Split your sides or tear your Hair, here it is, both Truth and Fiction. PERUSE. I I I A I I I I 1 I I I I I I II I I, I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Xa X R V 5 0 L E M 1 S S QIIYA-QI xxx C79 X' CI r '-" ff 911fIL'IIlIHI1fTlU'U1IUIDIIII1'L1"Ll'UIXIHJIU""'Hll1I1IIID I GZ: Mil yj Y F0465 'fs , fa . i-'Hu T' -I f".' , . -'ifimv-1951-:rage .Q ,-.f I ff I ,I wr 2 ' JJ' .'.f"f:f5S. ".fc. I..-r p-1 1 f Page Iwo hundred lwcnfy-four Page two OLE MISS lm Z.. Vi ' li ilu. V : Most Popular Professor Best Student .... Ugliest Man . . . Biggest Crouch . . Biggest Liar . . . Creenest Freshman . . Most Romantic Cirt . . Busiest Man ..... Most in Love .... Moral Popular Periodical Man Hater ...... Average Age of Co-eds Biggest Bluf ..... Biggest Pest .... Wonian Hater .... Biggest Spoofer fCirlD Hrinian Hat-1'aclg . . . Biggest Politician. . . Good for Dancing Only Type of Cirl Preferred . Ks .umnllll Wllmwlll lllurm. semi? as is llll '-gay J-V Q Popularity Contest .........,......JUDGE,l'lEMMlNGWAY "HAPPY" HATHORN FRILSHMAN KEARNEY , . .CY ALEXANDER . . PHILLIP DAVIDSON JOE HOPKINS . . WILLEEN TULL . M. B. HOWORTH Gus PRADOS . , ....... Wmzz BANC. . . . MARX" HONVARD PITCH!-'ORD 28.85 YEARS ..R.W.THOMPSON MISCELLANEOUS . . . . . . . . . . . . F. Allen QUnanimousD . . "Hot Shot" Booth, Hugh Lewis, and T. Meek . . . . . . . . . . . . Second Primary Necessary . "Preacher" Csarner, F. T. Harvey, Wm. R. Kennedy T. Tubb, Sid Berry, Pat Clendenning Caracline. Kennedy. Hopkins, Plunkett . . . . . Wild and Wooly. Soft and Clinging, Country Scl1ool's Most Valuable Asset . . .... Blind Jim. Not Here. Campus Course Favorite Pasti'ne ..... . . . Pug-nucking, Eating. Damfino Court Reports As They Applv to Ole Miss Dances Style of Case . . . Venue . . . Judge . . . jury ..... Parties to Suit . . Attorneys in Case . . Cause of Complaint . . Defense ..... Holdings . . . Judgment . . Appeal by . hundred twenty-hve . . . . .Cheek against Cheek . .Gordon Dance Hall . . .Hon. I. Wat. Chem. . . . . . . . . Twelve Gossips . . . . Allmen and Mosievery Girl . . I. C. Nothin and N. E.. Therdoi . . . Causes Allmerfs mind to wander . . Official objection to close communion . . . . . . . . . As tight as possible . . In favor of Allmen . . .Mostevery C-irl , , . . 1 I, . l W W V1 rl , lf 1 LC r .V ,un r-1...11.,..., , , "N bfflzllmaf-al-ZA Y 1, , , Y ff A .14 xl, -5' V OLE MISS ""'II .'l......,.HI'ITZZ1IYfYIIIiII""'IXZI'I7lZf1ITZIIIIIIL'IITl'T f,J . ,.. ,lla .111 ff! m ' f A ' f e pf l f gl I 'W Z- I 4 1 WI 7 i 15 l rf ' 5 a . - .leaf N-lx . V 253, Mai" 5' El sa ' I x l' + ,-g., l P K 'x 1 "' -21 ni I 7 1 f fllllll. 2 Jw mi A , 'E U. 1 'Q A f-L , ff -'fl f e l ll H l - P ' 5 fi ff l VA wg X ll M l ' E51 f l ,Q 1 7' A K l I ,X Q2 X K 5 .9 f 1 ll mg, Q3 ' x X f . l l -- gf 2 i f H25 ll J' 'W N" lfl f 'l 1 L I 1 E np?-P! k-- , Q fl .- 1 , N 'vw .J 1 n--f ' , at JI' ,fly l 1 l S Y, ll W f wa A 3 f f l f f f 1- -J n ' N 1 T in 1 1 G' x X' X l- l W ' K 1- ln X Q, 1 D flln 'x K r l uf L 6 H54 Postgraduate .llnltfw Never put llme mail up on lime. .-4l:rn.' Develop pnslmzaslffrs out of Hfly students evcry year. Honra: llzlll lu llzlll every Wvednesday. lfivur im: Riad all the mall. "Sowm"' Bum . . . .flutf rl.s.wrlL'r JOE LIPSQOMB . , . .Ccnwul Fflzrlffcp FR.-XNK T. HARVEY . . ."1.N.NlAlL1lI1 Slamlpcr A. Y. BROWN . . . . Fira! Sulcxnmn BILL FALKNER VV. B. POTTS jun FALKNER UNC LE Rms . . . Supurviwr . Diblrflvulnr . . , CwUlTlCl . OIJ Rcliablu 5 r x 2 C7 , X in . pg, 2 if S 1 HE SPEEKA DE SPINNICHY 0' 'xl l 53.3 Sir ' f 4' ?fy na' ESPaN0L.!'? mffp fb .ga . Q SAY IT!! - ,W H? I 4 1, 'I ' lg I Jigga! 6 N6-Q rn. 5 ' X ,gxiv kublll 552233255 lg X M ,-- f X- x-A 4u!:E: 560 G.. Ok X X ' I f X Q W. X ,H F l u 4 . ' 7 .. , gl 7 X 1 3. mnugm .wp lf, 5 ,z 1 n"""""'m v""""'u 1 l l lgg'f . ' I l sg- 'Q. . 1 XY i '. l ev Qwner l l lll ii- Q RN '-?'f". ,-. 13 ' --2'-Q., 'NM 5Jlze"TMck T"I'asTerNw- Page Info lulrnlru I tw ntu rx OLE MISS D NN .I W 2 fair jf i ' g . gli 003. -IuIIIII fl5tlIll'i'lli,,tI. l W t'1 x Si THIRD FLOOR EWS It Covers the World Lilfe the DI-n-. lssued Octennially. Circulation, One in Every Room on Third Floor. CARL MARBOROUGI-I HATHORN .... Editor P. .'VORACIOUS" DRAUGIIN .Managing Editor USLITZEM SCHWARTZ We wish to announce that the Annual lnter- collegiate Rummy meet will be held in Room 33, East Wing, Gordon Hall, on Tuesday, December I3, I92l. All eligible men will please be present. Gordon Hall will be represented by Sonny Bell. "Byehell" Payne and johnny Montgomery. Rook cards will be used instead of spot cards. It is with pleasure that we announce the elec- tion Of Mr. "Hot-Shot" Booth, of Cuntown, Mis- sissippi, as captain of the Ole Miss Put and Take Team. This young man is well known to every- body on the campus and he has assured the writer that he will endeavor to get together the very best material on the campus, and in a short time the team will be ready to compete with Rust Institute and Ward-Belmont. Dates have been filled with Grenada College and M. S. C. W. The results of all the contests will be published by the Third Floor News. Mr. Booth has named as his man- ager Mr. Tit Walker, one of the best Put and Takers in the stateg he never fails to take all in sight. The third Hoor fire department was called out the other night to Room I4, East Gordon, but due to the efforts of the force little damage was done. Some of Red Whittington's hair fell in a pile of paper while none of the occupants of the room were noticing what was happening. lt is rumored that Freshman Gober is contem- plating matrimony. The editor of the News ex- tends congratulations to the lucky lady. YOUNG MAN HURT IN AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENT Yesterday while cranking his Ford, one of the main wires running from the left front fender to the windshield broke on Spot Pettey's car, and hit him over the right eye. The young man was fage two hundred llvenly-.seven j. HBYEHELLU PAYNE . . . .Chief Poet SONNY j. BELL . . . City Eililor . Circulation ltlanager rushed to the hospital, and at the time of writing was reported to be resting well. Since the Ford is no good without this wire, only ten more re- maining, the parts were sold to the Oxford junk Shop. A tea was given in honor of Buster Keeton yesterday afternoon by the members of the foot- ball team. The honoree was attired in one of the most attractive suit of overalls ever seen on the university campus. LOsT A reputation I never did have. Finder please return to George Campbell, Room 7, Taylor Hall, and receive blessing. We are requested to announce that a new firm is to be located on the campus known as the "Caterers Store." This store is under the man- agement of Messrs. George 8: Morse, and as the name implies, they cater to themselves. and, ac- cording to them. there could be no better men to manage the place. They place themselves above the rest along that line. NOTICE People short in stature, l have what you want. l have at last discovered a formula that is guar- anteed to make you tall ozer night. Any one wishing a trial package will write to Miss "Babe" Marquette, Box IO, University, Mississippi. Those desiring references, write to Shorty Webb, Uni- versity. Miss. Thu othcers of this county made a daring raid the other night upon a still located in Alex Holla- da,y's room. No one was arrested, but the ofti- cers are positive they know who the culprits are. Holladay has not been heard from since the raid. U If OLE MISS I--Z-GX' Q' I -YIIIISIIQ-Ifm--aj UU 411'-IIHIIHHES ,K mUllI X . Y, 'UIQ I I se, 13 i rr' 14L,l'f,,1'l 'D!'1fXY'f1,v! Z!! U4 NVWNVQB 5, is I ,AN I I' IFJ? I Used to Be Club v , L, , . I I I' I , , . t t A ' I ' I u.IeII lo fe CI I I used to be a prohlbltronxst---JUDGE IIATHORN, I In I 7 ,, , l II I used to be a ladies' manf-SPENCER WOOD. ' IIN. If F l used to be small ITRESIIMAN GOBER. 'I fx .Iii fivf'1f'Ig'T,-til f I I used to Ire a ball player- DRANE LESTER. ' A ' gf, ' 1 I ' . V , . I I , I 5 I II 'II I I used to feel Important'-II. IUBB. I ' I I ., , 'g I . ielxf ' Q 'ix I LQ, , bg :I I ' I used to be CfDHC'9lICdfWlRT YERCER. . . ' Y .' ,N ' ,ri I 1,13 9,1 I I I I. Ixj 'I A. I I I used to be an A. E. IT. gas ofhcer -DR. 'ani I ' .L I 5 I ' I IIS .. ff vsn. f I COULTER. ' I -.. R Lf 1' .. '. I IIr I .IIIII I I I I IW -EIN I 'I I used to be a student'-DR. SWANN. I I ' Ifu -, V 'I' I used to be a jellybean--CARADINE, U' I 'ly ,M 'REI I 1 I used to have a lltlle senseflfl-LNNI-QDY. . I, - . IW I II .III Il I used to be good-loolcinge-RED WHlT1lNG- I, I If, 9 K I .I TON. ' bil I ' 'Ti ' l used to be hum'n-IDR IIUNT ' fl l- I F . -I l I d . l . . I I ' J' T I , I I 1 C1 I II I g I D -pw I I , -' I use o e an xn ercstm ecturer. - R. X, ygii? I' " I I CRIDER. I A Is I x ' I "J-C " ' I ' 'I v I. IIIIIIII vVfII3l'., I PIMX yd ff'-V., , ,XIVD I I T I I - 6,177 I I III. 'NIH Ifzv. f'. I I lVIy parents told me not to smoke, III U" ' I .I I I , I I, ' -fi QQN f I don t. ,7 I I I I - e,Z,d- I 'N Or listen to a naughty jolce, ll' 'IIIII As I' 'I' Ill'llllI"'Il' 1" W Pl' 'L I donlt. .4 wnII-Ifw.fI. .J A - I f ll I. III At pretty gurls I must not wmlc. I It as ' III I" "Il""I I I don't. I I I . . I I U "-'A lf'-' I 'VN Or smlle, or laugh, or even lhlnlt I, I ,Up Nl mp I About Intgxicating drinlc, , 'Q ' I 4 ' I I. Il ,lr-IN UNF' H I AI -IL., ll on I ' 'I D l 3,1 ' if' "' ,l To dance or flirt IS very wrong, .Jil-fl I5 I I l :Al I I donlt. I tw I ' , . 5 ' " ' I I Wrld outh choose women. wme and som.. Q I Y I I ,,IL.Lf If II I I I f I .I.,,.I. I l l' ', I ' l I I ' I ig"'WUI1gqfQ I I j Il I luss no gurls, not even one. ,,,Q"' l l si, I don't lcnow how it is done, I ve ' I I 1. ' , I , . . my QIOLH Ng-Cm Q Iylffgw I Xou wcfugilnt thlnlt I have much fun. ' A ' ' ' on'l. r .,., III.. Y - 1' n I I I IIBKYI fo- QI 'I l'k?"i'l" II , , I, I Ig L Il ex I "I I I r' XIA' I I ' 1 ,1, I I -,, . I .A ,f I., We SMI. L -2-V, ""i"5 -..g...a I ' I I ' , H- I lIUUIXII ,I I I ' I 77 I I I I E ' -ll III -'Q " l I If ,l I 1:2 Kjglrfzec' I I I' I ID , '-as I-I QW .IQIWI rI.Q.,,,,WIN I A-I I---I-v., ft. .Q 1 . , .I A PRAYER OF A SOPHOMORE Now I lay me down to sleep With old Chaucer at my feet. Now I lay me down to dream Of old Chaucer and his scheme. Some had to talce it only onceg O dear Prof! I wish I were in that bunch. Some have had it twice and thrice, And I believe l will have it all my life. A few got by wlthout a brealc, And I hope I can for my own salce. It is hard to learn. you lcnowg That is why I study so. Now-if I die before I walce. You may lcnow of Chaucer I could not talce. Page Iwo hundred lwanly-eight 45 J ,ll lx X me Tl? y W e never rs able to hnd things where she lrys them here are x0 manv beot leggers rn Memphis they have to wear badges to keep frcm selling to eaeh other Every time l go up ln an elevator l r mr downca t ee a cnrcus l have the same feehng that l dld wmen l fi carried away with rt rst saw r pxt ol wagon l was After talung my gurl to dinner nh erm rrd and a taxa home I drd not luss her se thought I had done enough ftr her The most popular aft X d to the fathers of lard f be amnhes 1-Xmt We C- t Kittens are not by themselves ln b ays lrgers are too y ar to get along wlthout ears arms eyes and legs but it puzzles me a great deal how some folks vet along wrthout any brams Exerv woman who kneads d h goo rsposltron to hold hum woman does not always have the mot clothes 0 . There are ome nerghbo h v wr not even lend you then e rs ever else a man gets after marrrage peace and qulet are two things he does not get Some men mry call a man a hero who looks a Gun ln the muzzle and says Shoot an hut l call hlm an everv day damn fool ll eu s l nl vi'-' ,g , " 6.1 .ut A I ' l Il-I ahve I num Xjnw l Ill I ltllll ll! :llllll f' Q Wir wa, I X. I xy 1'l I hg " Q., pu-il.. ulfl: ,.:-f, 'HIST XM.-. llzl' I Qfllli Il ::21'!l. .. 'hu 23.1 A QTL, em aloose hncj. l will fin A o L E M 1 s S 4 if ll 'I 1" fi'lC'iii.x, ,.,: kink-jfQ L' 51- 5' J Financial Statement Tool: ln l.awn 'lie-nnis Party for lfditorial Staff ....... . . George fampbr-ll's pictures, paid lor by lfditor. . . . . . . Business Nlainage-i' entertains editor. QV:-ry elaborate, Salary ol'stafl at one-half cent an hour ......... .. Stamps tfeminine t'tJl'f91'I70I'1df'DCf', ,. . . Stamps tbusiness correspondencej ..,. ..... . .. Amount and expense of collecting Senior fees.. .... SI,00tJ.00 Advertisements . . , . .....,.... . . . . I9.00 Annuals Sold ... ... l,500.00 Club Assessments ..... ,....... . . 4.l8 Liquid refreshments, gum and tobacco .. Typewriter repairs and fountain pen oil .,............. Library paste, glue. mucilage. inlc., etc. flvlostly etcxj. . .. Contemplated rest trip for editor and business manager.. Hush money from Faculty .........,.. .... . . . l85.00 Films spoiled in taking Cochie-rra's picture. Dances attended by staff on ad trips ............ Nledical books for editoids amusemcnt in add hours. . Hush money from co-eds ......... ....,.. . .. l,U00.00 53,524.25 Deficit paid out by Staff .......... Publishers and engravers bill, due... on mlm .1-mi., - Paid Out 35 57.65 I .00 .45 I,000,00 49.00 I . I8 l.238.00 l5.00 8.25 48Z.I 5 l.040.00 6.85 35.00 42.00 53,546.75 ......S22.50 . . . 65,000.00 A Few Reasons Nvhy the Editor Goes Crazy When will the Annual be out? ls it going to be better than last year's? Do you have to spend much time on it? How many ads have you gotten? How many have you sold? Have my honors gone in yet. l have some l want to add to them? Did you use that horrible picture of me? The "Ole Miss" must be prosperous, l see you haxe a new hat. ls all the stuff going to be in on time? The poem I wrote was not appropriate, is it too late to change it? Does the Staff get anything for their services? Can't I get someone to put their picture in with me? How much are the Annuals going to Cost? - Where does the amount left over go? Would you be editor again next year? How much do the publishers charge? Page tivo hundred tliirty 9. I O L E M 1 S S ,,, , D IWW f ,,, ,fif I f"s2o2 I X21 I X I IX ff I r,lI II f I I I I II 'I' X III I X I, I I My IQ I ,Eff V xx w I j I x I n I " Q- II I RW Q , A , ' - 'I I llj : I I Wi ' ' A ' I ' fi I 4' If , I N I ' -'iii 'I-i ' I III Y wan l . 425 f lilies: gsisss EQ.rn'5g P hllhy ' 1 I I I I I I I I I .f, S - , - I . ...,..,...w -V vw . .0 .,.,,,, 'fr I I OLE MISS I lI I ffax l I I II I Y 1 X'-, A Q' ,I ,,,,,... 'hm-, UI K' U -..........'rm. w.Y m.I .AA., 1.rr,I.g::1::I::1::1xgx H .?1111ijQ1QfEz:Rr.E Il" ,I L1G,M,LLO -,B V S ,J gl The Emporium "SMART, THINGS T0 WEAR FOR YOUNG MEN OF TASTE SOCIETY BRAND AND SCHLOSS BROS. CLOTHING STETSON, SCHOELE AND BORSILINA HATS EDWIN CLAPP AND REGAL SHOES MANHATTAN, MADRAS AND SILK SHIRTS MUNSINGWEAR FOR MEN AND BOYS Back of Every Garment Going Out of Cur Store ls a Double Guarantee of Complete Satisfaction- Qur Qwn and That of the Maker That is something to re- member when you Spend your money for clothes Mail Orders Prompllu Filled By Men Who Know FW aaummnmmmuii G gi .... ...alllllllu...,, 9 f M I SS . it f "'l'lllllllliilWllllll""""t' Grand Gonglomc-:rated Order of Riclcitis The candidate for admission into this inexcusable and insignificant, yet inevitable dis- crganization is required to fill out the following blanks. Since all questions are absolutely unnecessary, they must be carefully answered, upon which the candidate will be passed on or in by the Grand Wizard Jellybean. Name tif any? ,,.....,.........,,...u,.........cuu...c...,.u.. Alibi tif any? ..,.,....,.c......,,..,...,.ce. Address ....,u............r r.cr. .ccr. ...,.. Q g i ve P. O. Box No., c.u..,......,rccuu,. r ....,.,. State name of your best lady friend ..,..............r.u,...,.,,...,...c....v,c,....,u,... Address of best lady friend Cwe may be able to give you a shorter rcutel. State other good addresses of lady friends must not have more than hve in Rick's Hall? Have you met "mapper" Nell? ...uuuc,,,u,,cee tif not, why not? many "affairs" have you had this year?... State how they were "broken up" .............,.u....iu..........--Ag.. .. Have you ever committed suicide? ...r..... ,,u.u,, C if not, why? ..,.r Give strength of your "line "uu...uiu,... .iu........u...........ruu...........u.......,.,...u.. . Is "line" original, or do you rely on the "Whiz Bangn? ....uu..uuuu,,.,uu.....u.. Have you told all you' know? ...........,...o.o tif not what else do you know?D ..,.cc,.c.cc.....c The above answers must be sworn at by at least two members of "Rickitis" before the Most High Wizard Jellybean. Official Hymn: "Give Me the Moonlight, Give Me the Girl, and Leave the Rest to Me." Time of Meeting: Between half past and a quarter of, in front of Riclcs Hall, or near the Monument, or the Flagpole, according to the intensity of the rays from the moon, or the number of surrounding persons. FRATRES IN COLLEGIO .MCSWlNNEY" . . .SPARROWH CAVETT . UJUDGEH ALLEN . . . IFRESHMANU PLUNKETT 'RoBusT" THOMPSON . LONNIE MOSELEY . . UTUBBYU DAILI-:Y . . "ORLANDO" Biciu:RsTArF NBUZZARDH HARRIS . . 4 . . . . , . . .flffosl High Grand Wizarti fellyhean . . . . . . . . . . Sad Biff! . . . . Poor Fish . Flirlalious Parasilc . . Wrymall Haier . Butterfly Catcher . Of lhe Idle Rich . . . . Chief Cooker . . . . . . . High Flyer -Y -'F AC Dr. Bishop: "What are- you making such low grades for, why d'n't you study more and pull up your grades?" Unger: "I am not taking it for the grades but for the good I can get out of it." K i I l 3 I i l t 2-if .Q xr, -44 A ' K -...zifE-QIQHUW QDK' mmgggzzzzzzgzzggz 1i.1I11::11::rr'::r1rrrrr1Im::t:3111111571111 ""' -'-'- 1 n n on Q tt - v5'1.Z1j1yltX11vQ. tiff 4 -S Q L J Glyesilwtgx,-in ff -2----:,i-1j -lxitrx 0 ,lf l 'XQXX xf I-If N 5 . ' iwfay' Pal, . P 'i 2 Jfthlxl MW' L N ,. ta uf. u X lg'-"Il is AQ -riff! 1' X L 30 ' r , W . 0 ll I , 3 E. M I WN gl 1 4' i It' 5 I - New Orleans Newest and ill Finest Hotels Wi Nj ' University Place at Vernal Street. Right in ill the midst of things. 'lhe Grunewalcl em- p lnoclies a superior service and exclusiveness ' which has won for it international renown. St. Charles Avenue at Lee Circle. Opened October l. I92l 3 the newest and most com- plete hotel South. Cientrally located, within walking distance of shopping, theatrical and financial centers. l HL'tll1Qtll1l'lL'l'.S for Sluclclits of All all-' S0ull1ern Uizivcrfilics - e, it THE Ho'rEL CRUNIQWALD to ATLQRELRS, Inc. fl ,ill - . In ru'-fx! .4 ,, ,MLN-,.i.i E !.f,'f' liver t ' '7 ' '7'l?iw .t..f.r?f'f 1 f 1' S E tsgliwi.-5j552it" 1 Q 233522. L' u ra - ,gt ' Le-A FEJV..-Q, gf ffj1::?351".Qi Nfifjtf lp? . ' wifemwf gs 5215 . -Qs, 'b xx U' '+P' ' . L v' J' u,AbJ'1::-:, fy 'lb' f K' gf' so Q -.J I H Iv' U ' -I , -l A 5u.f,,, G . 1 '- V A 1" X ' p e : .. TN' ' -we , . A o L E M IS s p M ,,,, ,...ttqm Ilpt..,, Q ? f- C.-T , . tilt Qgggmmmmm K3 Q umglldhlllui.. X' - T:, etters A. 6: M. COLLEGE, Miss. DEAR BROTHER JAMES: I have jes finished getting entered in this here school, and I want to tell you at the very beginning that it is scme place. The first day I got here, a gang of the boys what was here last year met me at the train and told me that they would be glad to help me along in my work, and for me to come up to thare rocm when I got settled and they wouldn't let any of the so-called wise birds beat me out of nothin. I went to thare room about a hour after I got here, and then they told me that all the old fellows would want to sell me a radiator ticket and a chapel seat, but they would let me have one cheaper than the others, and so I bought two chapel seats, one to put my peanuts in and the other for me to set in, and they charged me only 52.50 for the two, and when I saw what they wanted for a radiator ticket I most fell out, only 55.00 for the whole year, and they guarantee thet I won't get cold if I set on the radiator. I don't kncw much about these here radiators, but I am about to catch on. I haven't heard from you yet, but if you like ther University of Ole Miss as well as I like this here school, you won't be sorry thet you went thar. I went to my class in poultry this A. M., and you ought to see how many chickens they hate settin, of course I knew how to handle a settin hen before I come up here, but some of the other boys wanted to pet her and they got thare hands pecked. I had another class in Pastureology this A. M., I think that is the way they spell it, but anyway it tells you how to feed a cow and what kind of grass to let her eat. it is good work, and this is the very place for me to learn all about sech as thet. I had better quit, as I have to get up about five o'clock in the morning and go to my milking class. Write to me scmetinie when ycu are nct so busy, and tell me all about what kind of cows they use at the Ole Miss. EZRA. LJNIVERSITY, Miss., September 20, l92t. DEAR BROTHER: .Your very foolish and ncnsensical epistle received this morning as I was preparing my toilet for breakfast. The unheard-of, the unwarranted presumption that you expostulated in your epistle has annoyed me considerably, and I shall endeavor to enlighten you on several phases of University activi- ties. In the first place, we are not associated with cows in the slightest, we very seldom know that such a quadrupecl exists. My course of study varies to a very magnanimous extent from that of yours. In the medical cur- riculum one must expect to encounter such subjects as Pathology, Histology, Materia Medica, and Minor Surgery, while, on the other extremity, I havematriculated in such studies as Pharmacology, Equity Jurisprudence, Constitutional Law, and Geology. The social activities are numerous and at times very monotonous, especially to one who has always spurned such things. We are alwalvs planning to go to a social function given by some of the most beautiful and attractive debutantes of the city of Oxford. We are constantly motoring with someone, and after each motor, we, as is customary, have a tea, or as they are more commonly called, a tea-dansant. My dear brother, if any of the older men attempt to sell you any of the college property again, just tell them that you kncw everything that they say is a diabolical prevarication which is most super- lative, and I feel sure that after they find out what you think of them they will cease annoying you in such a manner. I am indeed delighted that you are so contented in your work, and, between milking, I shall appre- ciate a very long letter from you. Fondly, JAMES. .f ff is XS K,'!.1 v i C- - - -- ig ug 'X ,,.,i:ff,..lTk,,,,, 7-1 all X" Ei , WLT:m x3zg11:xm:::zgmx I NST-A E- .Sjf1.QT'1'f,4Ti:111- JW Q --L fi Y,l"J x .x it rf '41 if f 'L J' ' - ,':i-- ,vgx-N1 ikvf GOOD CLOTHES-H Vomliining style, correctness, high quality and moderate prices-every garment upholds the Kennington tradition of quality and value. Large stocks of newest styles give you a wide variety for choice. OUR GUARANTEE-U "Satisfaction guaranteed, or your money refunded," is your protection. 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This invention is a mechanical contrivance that is known technically as the boiler-plate blanket. lt has been estimated by the School of Commerce in the basement of the Peabody building that the boiler-plate blanket will save more lives in the next year than all the doctors that graduate from here in the next century. This ingenious device is a metal bed-cover made of the highest grade of steel, with a head-piece of the same material attached. lt may be folded and carried from place to place in any ordinary two-ton truck. It was invented to protect the innocent sleeper from harm in case the home brew exploded in the middle of the night. The shattered glass falls harmlessly on this implement of safety and scarcely arouses the sleeper. Not only will this arrangement aid humanity by making the home safer and more secure, but it will lower the life insurance rates to a noticeable extent. ,F 35 96 We wish to repair the omission of the name of lllr. 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