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

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Vinsel Because he represents that liiglier type of atlilete which is botli man and gentleman Dr. Kennon For liis versatility in scientific researcli and the place lie holds in student llearts Representing three distinct petals of scholastic endeavor: Do we respectfully cleclicate tlzts our volume of "GPIB illlimf' l In Glrwtr An expression Ivorilry of our love for the life and lraclitions of our Alma Mater ls the purpose that has inspired our efforts in building this lhirlieth volume of H0912 illiizan Qlnntvntn Book I.. fl . . . . University Book II. . . . Classes Book III .... .... F eatures Book IV .... .... A rhletios Book V ..... ......... A otivities Book VI ........ Glimpses of 1926 Book VII .,..... 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E. 1V:1mlerbiltJ 1711111 of 1:'11111111'1'1'i11g S1llIIlI1,' 1'r11fr.rs111' of Cifvil Ell1l1II1'l'f1lI1l lllaxkx' RIINUR l'l.XSliR, B.S., Phil. 1Sr. Louis College of l'harmacyJ 1117111 of SIIIIIH1 of l'l1111'111111'y,' 1,I'Ilff'550I' of P11111'111111'y -'AMES XVARSAXY BELL, l5.l'l1., AAI. 1L7nivc'1'sity of Klississippil of 1111 S11111111 Ilf' 1.'u1111111'1'11' 111111 'flfxillffj .111111i111.f11'1111o11,' PI'0ft'550l' of 1:'1'o1111111i1'.v 111111 l'oli1i1s XVINX Ilwm HI2lDl.I2S'I'0N, AB.. lhivcrsitv of Mississippij UID I D 1I'0f1'55llI' of llzilosnjwlfy 111111 .1:'1l111'5 ALFR1211 XV11.1.l,xA1 KIILDITN, AB. Ph.D. Cjolms Hopkinsh Dr1111 of lln' f.'0111'1l1' of 1.1111'1'11l .11'1.f,' Pl'1Ifl'.Y.YlIl' of Crfrk L1111111111111' a1111 1.il1' XV1l.l.1.xx1 l.IilZ KENxox, lXI.S., Ph.D. ijohns Hopkinsl 1'1'nf1'SJo1' of Pfzysifs 111111 .'1J1ro11o111y joux Nlislm' SWAN, AB., AAI., Ph.D. Cilohns Hopkinsj 1'1'of1'5.v111' of 1.'111'1l115l1'y .losE1'H O'rTER14121N CRIDIER, NLD. QL'niversity of Virginiaj 1111111 of S11111111 ofP11111'111111'y,' 1'1'11f1'Jm1' of P11111'111111'y .ARTHUR Booxn CROSIER, B.S. fH1Uff flames Klilliken lfrliversityj P1'of1'.v.f111' of .f111'o1111111111'y 111111 S1'1'r1'l111'i11l 11'o1'l1 CH.xR1.12s S. SYIJAIOR, A.B., Ph.D. Cjohns Hopkinsj Profmsor of Ilisfory R.xYx1oxn Llioxnum SL'1.L1v.xN, Ph.B. flllissouri Stare Normalj P1'of1'.rJu1' of P11-15111111 E11111'11lio1z CHR1sTo1-HER LONGEST, AB., Ph.D. CChicagoj R1'11isI1'111',' Pf0fI'551H' of Sp11111.fh T11ox1,xs CH.-XRLIES Iimnnorou, Ph.B., LL.l3. 1L'niversity of Missj D1'1111 of 11111 SIIIHDI of 1.11fw,' P1'of1'.v5o1' of Lafw flI.IVER AmzoTT SHAW, Ph.B., A.M. 1University of Mississippij D111111 of 1111' S1l11101 of li11111a111111,' 1'1'of1',c5o1' of S1'm1111111'y 1211111111011 VVll.l.l.-XM HIEXIIXGXV.-XY, Ph.B. 1L'niversity of Mississippil Profrsxor of Law B. B. BASSETT, Ph.D. flowaj Prnf1's.mr of 1i1111r1111n11 D. Ill. Rl'SSEI.I., HS. fluka Normal Collvgej 1I1'lIft'5501' nf 1.11410 GEORGE L. BURROLYGHS, Ph.G. Clflassachmlsetts College of Pharmacyj Proffssor of Mivrosfopy and Pharmarognosy PHILIP LEE MULL, B.S., M.D. Clientucky School of lNIIedicineJ Professor of .Jnatomy ALDO C. MASSAGLIA, A.M., M.D. QGenova, Italiaj Professor of Baftfriology and Pathology D. F. NICLEOD, C.E. lCornell Universityj Professor of .Muniripal Enginrering EPHRAIA1 NOBLE LOWE, Ph.B., M.D. QTulaneJ Professor of Geology LLOYD EVANS THATCHER, A.B. lUniverSity of Missourij Professor of Biology and Embryology ROBERT TORREY, Ph.B. QUniversity of lwississippij .-Issofialf Professor of Mathrmatifs G. ll. VJOOLLETT, HS., NLS., Ph.D. fUniverSity of Nlinnesotab .-Issofiate Proffssor of Chemistry BILLY SYLVESTER GL7Y'TON, A.M., M.D. CVirginiaJ, Oph.D. QColoradoJ .lssofiate in Pathology and Baftrriology ARTHUR PALMER HL'lJSON, A.lVI. fUniverSity of Nlississilwpij Jssoriate Professor of Englishp Swrrlary of the General Farulty JOHN C. CULLEY. A.B., M.D. lVanderbiltJ .Jssistant Proffssor of Minor Surgrry and Physifal Diagnosis EIJNA LOWE EATMAN, A.B. fllississippi State College for VVomenJ Dfan of lf'omen,' Proffssor of Home Efonomirs VICTOR AI.IlINE COULTER, B.S., M.S., Ph.D. LNorth Carolinaj flssofiatf' Proffssor of Chrmistry LEONARD DE LONG VVALLACE, A.B. Clientucky State Universityj .-Issislant Profvssor of English ERIC ALLEN DAWSON, A.lVI. CUniverSity of llississippij .Alssislant Professor of Modf-rn Languagfs ELMER V. LEVIE, Ph.B. flifmory Universityj .-Issistant Proffssor of History JAMES R. SIMS, JR., B.S., M.S. Climory Universityj Assistant Professor of Chemistry THOAIAS EPPS VVILSON, JR., A.B. llklississippi Collegej rioting flssistant Profrssor of Histology and Physiology BRYAN ENGLAND, A.B. lUniversity of lflississippil and A.B. fOX0llJ pending .Jssistant Proffssor of English JOSEPH ANTHONY BARRY, AB. QTulanej Instrurtor in English ARTHUR B. LEYVIS, B.A., M.A. CUniverSity of Mississippih xlssislanl Proffssor of Physifs and lllatlmrfzatifs JAMES DANIEL HARIJX', HA. Cllniversity of Mississippij .-lssistant Professor of Physirs and Mathfmotirs JOHN JOHNSON CORLISS, A.B. CUniverSity of Mississippij flssistant Professor of Mathvmatifs KENNETH P. VINSEL, A.B. lGrinnell Collegej Politiral .S'firnft' GRADY GUYTON, lN'I.A. Qcolumbia Universityj .4sso1'iatr Professor of Soriology ,, -'vw . '.--ra' . ' .f '- -U Q-xx 4 , N N' Wg, , jf' -ft ,Y , , . 2' I M , P ' 1 r V ,VA , x , 1,1 - Q in "' ".l11.1 Inn' warn' frmgvls lllllifllf 115 lln' lzillc lzzzfnhlillyf jllllllj' .vpnls of y1rn'1lrry," -l.'ulrri.lgfr, "Kul1lu Arflllllf' Q To ne P f 53 H-1 a, !?"k ef'-L6 A M2 Ig A ,, ' ,S 'f V f f' f- O S 'ZX 5?-2.2 4 if if-1.3 fl f byxo Q 409 X X Q f I :FINA f is 0 9582 Z 11- 1 x.NQI 40 ff ,Ik I O. fi X! QQ ! .4 zqgjpp A'n"ff CLASS S Tfffsr loo, shall pass nanny"--1:'lla Il'!m'lrr Ifilfox 25 1-. Graduate Students ICIJITII KIORROW' Bnowx University IENGLISH I.I'l'liRA'I'L'Rli, ANGLO-SAXON, l'RliNClI llllll Iul I Ittlt lull 1 IIIIIII1 I'Iub, l, 213 MI-rIn:In tluln, 1, It:IIIIlIIlplI MII:-on XVUUIZIIIIS 4'ullI-gt-, 2, lI'I'vIII4lI l'l:IyI-rs, Sl, 41, Univt-rsity liridgt- tlllllr, -lp Studi-nt Assistant in lf'I'I-nvh, Zig I"I-l- low in l"I'I-IIIIII und f,i"l'lllZlll: H.A. with llistilivtiun. To great personal charm Edith adds beauty, Cleverness, enthusiasm for work and play, Zlllll 11 lovnbleness that endears her to her friends. -lou N jouxsox CoRI.Iss Grenada MA'l'llEMA'l'lCS, EI.EC'l'RICl'l'Y, ASTRONOMY Latin Vluh, l, 2, 43 Crm-lt Club, l, 2, 35 MlSSlSSlIlIll2lIl Bozird ol' tfontrol, 45 '1':IyloI' MI-Ilul iI1 lb1Lllllt'lllillll'S, 21 ln- stI'uI'tut' in lVllllfllt'lll2lfl4'S, 3, 4, 53 Y. M. V, A.I'z1him-t, 4, 5, Studvnt Assistant in EI'uI1un1iI's, 55 Syn-I'iIIl Ijistinvtion, -lg SI-nior Vluss Sm-:Ilu'r', -lg I-in-poI'tI-I' Junior EIIg'iIIeeI'iIII.f Class, 53 Engiilt-I'I'ing Vlub. 4, 5: Prvside-nt llt'l'Ill2lt'1lIl, 5, F Pl't'SlLlL'Ilf, .', The Liberal Arts School could not circum- scribe the mathematical capabilities of "Dean," consequently, he entered the Engineering De- l partment. If he ever "gets off" freshman l math, his name will glitter from the heights of his own handiwork. CL'TIIIaIaItT RIICHAEL LAGRoNIz University HISTORY, POLITICS, EDUCATION Edueatilvn Club, 2, 3: 'Greek f'lulI, 3 Student Assistant iII History. 3, -l. Lzigrone is a man of mature experience, is well versed in the vicissitudes of married life. His many friends upon the campus pre- diet for him :I brilliant career as an edu- Cator of the youth of bdississippi. 26 raduate Students RUSSELL H.-XLE RIILLER L' Y, A dl E, ll li df, B X A Amory Signla Upsilon, 3, -1, 5, Sa -f" retury, 4g l'i'i-Sirlvllt, 51 He't1ll'lli Alplni, -i, 51 Vim-- P1't-sidifiit, 4, 53 l'lE'l'IHiLH?lll, L, 21, Foruni, -ig Rf-porter, -ig Ilitervollf-gizite In-butt-i', Zig Mississippiml Staff, 2, 3, 4: Assistant Erlitor. 4, Y. M. 11, A.. 2, 3. 4, 5: Erlitor, "M" Book, 3, -lg "Ulu Miss" Staff, 2, 23. 4, 5, Art and I'il'?1illl'l' Eflitor, 3, -lg Editor'-in4'hief, 5: Y. M. f". A. 4'ul-im-t, 4, 53 Latin Club, 2, 3, -lg Greek Vlulv, 2, 43 Votillion Club, 1, 2, 3, 4: Lf- 1't-i'v1-- l"I'Zllll'ZliSt', 3, 4, 53 lx1Zll'iOIlt'ilQS, 3. 4, 53 Press Agent, 33 Pm-sislr.-lit, -ig Stupi- Ivir1'vtor, 53 Assor-inte Editor "Sl'l'QE'Zllll"j Four Arts l'luh, 4: 11+-legzite Blue Ilirlgv, .53 Ifiw,-iivii Players, 33 M. I, P. A., 43 Ft-llow in History, 5. A good student, a good executive, a good friend, and an original thinker, Russell leaves Ole Miss. VVe expect him to do something very much worth while, for he is the kind of graduate of which any college is proud. ANN1E LAL'R1E RoBERTs, II K df Tupelo ENGLISH I.I'1'ERA'I'URE, ANGLO-SAXON, FRENCH Iii:-Q Institute, Se-ere-tary Pi Kappa Phi. -1, I-'iw-in-li l'lL1liQ Edu'-z1tionr'Iulng Taylor Mi-clzil in Fiwnr-li, 3143 Fi-lluw in l"r--iivh, '26, Y. NV. lf. A., '23, '2li. She exemplifies to all who know her the things that are true and honest and just and pure and lovely. VVe give her a love that is real and deep. SARAH IQATHERINE SA1ALLvvoon New Albany ENGLISH LI'1'ERA'l'URE, FRENCH, EDUCATION Barska-tlvall, 1, 2. 3: Greek Vlulwg 'l"l't'lll'll Vlulig S+'v1'vtzil'v-Treusu1't-1' Efluvzition Vlulv, 33 Legislative Count-il, tfuec-fi Stu- dent Government. One of the dearest and bravest and truest girls Ole Miss has ever known. To every duty she has responded with a wholeheart- edness that wins for her the love of all. 27 .Aoi A154 ,ps 1'l:1sN-1'1111111, sln' ix allways happy :1l11l QCII? racluate Students R1 lil-VCX S'l'HKl'.S i.1'1'11:11lg1 ' lIINI11R1,Il1l1'Xll41X,l'N1LllNIl IIIIRKIIRI 4i11l1111l.1 1'11Il11411, I. Q, jig li:1Nl11-lI1g1ll. l. I-21l111.1111111 1'I11l1. 1, I., l111x1f1N111 lil 1-Ipw 1'I11l-, Y.. ll1'1' 1111l11ili111.g l'lll't'I'lVlIlIll'NN l1:1N l'llllL'lll'L'll l1cr In ull 1x1Il1 11l111111 Nlll' l1:1N 1'111111- 111 1'1111t:11'I lll llln' 1l111'111iI111'i1'-, llll ilu' 1':1111p11N, in tll um lll :1 lllllll. v .l1.111-,s IXXYIID NX .11.1..11'15 Sflllillll l'llNSIk'S, MXIIIIMXIICS, ,XSIROXUMX 421111-11 llllllr, II, lg Il1-l'l11:11-:1l1, fl, I, f1,, Il11v111111:111 1'-115111, I, Al11111I-1-1' I1141111111: 4'1,11l1 1l,f-g I1..X, 'jflg .Xwsislznlll ill 4'l11-111- I,-ll'j', B. L. In "l7cz111" XYa1ll:l1'1', ulm vin-xv cvcrytllillg uilh 1' vwlml cya' of NI'lCIN'C', ix 1111t1-ml fur llix will 11111110-N :1l.1l :1l11l1tx to lllNl'UFN pllXNll'1ll tlw- uriw :1l1,111t ul1i1'l1 lll'llllt'l' he 11111' 1111141110 cls k11111u :1115tl1i11g. lp1,1z.11a1u1'11 Y111111,1x11N crvI't't'IlN'0rbll l.,XllX, SPANISH, !iXfII.lSll l-'wll-111' 111 I,:1tQ11, frj 511111-1111 .Xwsiftznllt 111 I.:11i11, l. 81111111111 .Xssistnnt 111 linu- llhll, 123 I,1g1fI,11ix111311111-il. I: l1:1sk1fl- I-znll 'l'1-11111, lg lt11s1111fss Rlq111:1:-111 lg 1111 -'la l'llIl'L l'21l111111111111'l11I1gI.:111111'l11l1 IL111111111-l', I. C 1 Ill l11'r uc l111vc 11 girl who is 5lIll'0l'C' in '1K'l1fll2ll'Nl1lP, lll c11111l111't, :mal in frie111lNl1ip II1-r 1-x:1111plc l1:1N 111c:111t 111111'l1 to the llll verxitx' :1111l uill 2llYN'IlN5 be frewh in the llL'llI'IN nf he-r friends. X , .1 f-QVQL s iam uidfm 29 .-'. 'L I gd I . A' -Y '1 School of Liberal Arts SIQNIIIR fjlfl-'ICI-QRS iIA,0R1:Ii IIIQALY, JR. . . . . . . I'r1'Jidr1z! 15.11. S'IR0xr: . . . I'i11'-I'1'1'.vi11r111 I.oR.xIxIa'1'Ii,x'I' . . . . . Sefrrlary VIRGINIA NICGL'IR!i . . . T1'1'a.vur1'r II. Ii. Cox .. . . . lfi5l0filIll SENIOR COMMITTEES CAPS ANI: Guwxs INvIT.Ix'I'IoNs jrmx A. CR.-XVVI-'0RD, JR., C!11zi1'11Ia1I DIQES S'I'RIRI.INc, C!1ai1'ma1z NIISS SARA JLNRIN MISS VIRGINIA ARRINCTON I1oI.ImIiN V. IQINCANNON FREEIAND N1AGRUDER ZXIENIURIAL NoI.Iw BRUCE, Clzairrnan IIL'BER'I' LIPSCOMB S. A. HALL "E1'l"I'j' 111l1litio11 to our A'I10'Zl'1l'l1gI' is 1111 1111111111111 to lllllllllll po'u'1f1'."-11o1'111Ir JIIIIZII. 30 Q LAI'R.x Locisu AI,Izx,xxnER Greenville BACIIHLOR OF ARTS Vi-'Q--Pin-sill--Iit l"l'l'SllIll1lll Vlass, lg Img- islatiu- 4'ouII1-il, lp Y. XV. 4'. A. 1'aI:iIIet, 43 Annual St:Il'l'. ,lg Latin Vlull, 1, 2. 3, 43 Eclllrzllioll Vlulig Ifrviiwll Vluh, 43 Bring., Ifluli. As a freshman, Laura "came into her own," and her popularity has not decreased during her college career. Not only has she hraved Dr. Bondurant's classical course, hut has snatched many moments to keep the grass from taking "Lovers' Lane." XYIRGINLX S mm Iaks Amuxorox Clarksdale B.XClIliI.0R OF ARTS MaI'ione-tt--s, fl, lg l"I'I-nf-li 4'luII, 2, SI, -lg Latin Vluh, 2, Zig N1-wwoiiill, 1, 2, Hriiluf- Club. ".1la5, fzclzaf mnrlzll fwill ln' ,vo llIIM'f51', elnyllfiny tlrurrr Illan llfllljfff lo prizwf' If we were casting the allegory of life, she would play the "XVorldly-XVise Lady." A sparkling personality and an unusual intellect. ICRRUI. R. BARN FS Louisville B.XClllfl.0R OF ARTS l'. V, N. Y.. lp la- VI-I'--lv l"l':lll1'1llS, 2, 223 l'11ill"llilllll Vluli, Il, lg 'hw---k l'lllll, 223 If'1'+-II-'II l'l:Iy--rs, 23 l'lIl Siunizi, lg lllIl'l" IloI'IIIitul'y 'l'I':I-'li, Il, fl, l, "Gaily lfn' fflllllllllffllil' ffllllflhf his flllfflllln Few men have the diligence and persistence of Barnes, and if this same diligence is con- tinued in his profession, his reward is cer- tain. NVe wish for him the liest. li.-x'I'IIIu'N Iain BARRY VVater Valley B.XClllil,0R OF ARTS Katie Lee left us at the end of her Freshman year and wandered in other "climes" for a while. She's hack with us again, however, and with her dry wit, and friendliness, has made friends anew. MARX' Lou Bass Ilattiesluurg B.XClllilI0R 014' ARTS MaI'iom-ltvs, 23 M. XY. 1'., 'Zig Hlw-l-lc Vluli. YVoman's College gave us a good student and loyal friend in Marv Lou. She is jolly and likable, and those who can claim her friend- ship are fortunate. ex l 'I , . . I VY V I' i X. I .TJ--s -'1 u I li ' we 'ip will? s , nf' 1 ei? 'X K il. I f ll N 1 ft W ,f llll LQ nf . . , fi' ,as- Y! -W-: ff . lgii 'l 'NIT CTX m ,ll I H x N Q: ?l gg '13 NVn.r.ls CARI, Bi2Asl.lfY Lamar nAt'nIiI,OR Ol-' ARTS I'hi Signing 1'hzipl:iing Mnsonlw- Vlulig 131-11-It Vluhg I-Illuvailion 1'luh. lhix jovial preaeher is known far and wide over North Misxissippi as a fine sport and an cntlmxixntit' minister. l'hi Sigma will lose murh of its grandeur when his hooming voice ix quieted within its halls. Rl,"l'Il BROWN Vtiea BACIIEIDR OF ARTS M. S. V. YV., 1. Ruth ix a friend anyone would he glad to have. Those who know her hest are most sure of her worth, merit and ability. l"RAxeiis l':I.lZAB ie'rH CTAIN Kosciusko BACHELOR OF ARTS Iwxaislzilixw Vounr-il, 1: Tre-asur'vl'. Y. XV. 1' A., 23 Hn-Q-lt tjluh, 3g l'J1lnwatiOn Vinh. RO1.1aY l':RAS'I'L'S C1.m1l2N'1's Red Bay, Ala. BACHELOR OF ARTS Forum, -lg Hrs-ek Pluh, 4. Quiet and unassuming, this man has accumu- lated a host of friends on the campus, and during his stay with us has proved himself a worthy son of 'Bama as well as a valu- able asset to hliss. LEON L. COMER Pope BACHELOR OF ARTS Iiaxlwtliall Munagi-r, -lg Eduvntion Vluh. "Shorty" Comer holds the w0rld's record for efficiently managing ri basketball team. He's managed a lot of friends, too. BEULAH GLADX'S COYVART, H K Q Charleston BACHELOR OF ARTS M. S. CX XV.. 1: Frenrh Pluli, 2, Latin Club, 3: Edu:-ation Club, 43 Taylor Me-tl- al in English, 2, Student Assistant in English, 4. Gladys is an ever-present proof that one can live happy and yet never be noisy, for she is soft of voice, sweet of disposition, modest and brilliant in scholastic work. l1L7BERT ELLIOT Cox Houston BACHELOR OF ARTS Greek Club, 33 Education Club, 4, His- torian Senior, B. A. Class, 4. Hubert's pleasing personality and jolly good fellowship have made him a host of friends who regret to see him depart from his Alma Mater. -loHN AMA CR,xwFoRo, .Y Y, A Lb E VVest Point BACHELOR OF ARTS I3I'6'Sllfll2lI1 Football, 1: Si-rulv Tlaswliall, 1, 23 Vit-e-Prvsitlwiit, Solalioniore Vlass, Y. M. t'. A. Cahimlt, 2, 3, Forum, 3, -43 Secretary, 43 Ive-lvntimr 4'oun4'il, 41 Greek Club, 23 Cotillion Vluli, 1, 2, 31 C'ounf-ilnian, 33 "Ulu Miss" Steiff, -lp Intra-mural basketball and tram-li. 'ielfzollzfr fond lofuvr, in faillzf' A man of sterling qualities and exceptional abilities, coupled with the determination to stand by his convictions. He has a record of attendance at the coop, which would, if transferred to the class room, be a delight to any of his professors. NOLA D12NToN Delay BACHELOR OF ARTS Basketball, 1, 2, 3, -lg Education Fluli, 2, 3, -lg Greek Vluln, 23 1Dl'L'1l4'll fflllli, 3, Lvgislativt- filljulllfll, 3. Nola is gifted with many talents, but es- pecially Will we remember her for her star basketball-playing during her four years with us. However, she has the ability to put over whatever she undertakes. URLYNE Dooos Greenville BACHELOR OF ARTS M. S. P. XV., 13 SP1'l't'tfll'Y of Plass, ' Historian ol' Vlass, 3, Greek Clulv, 2 Edu:-ation Ululi, 2, -l. l'rlyne's full of fun and attractive as can be. She's one of those at Ole Miss who can count every one her friend. ,M . - .mfs up . nu h,, .-5, ffl Q. . 5, , lu ,lil Q rr pi F 2 ' ' i W , 'f .P . Gil?-Era., ' 2535 ,-,T ,wx LM . 'U n I' . ,ji -A 1 M- . ,e ,..,.,,,.....Al , C .ii Q 3' ,NASE I .--15, i :.,x jfwx x , ' .Na ' Q3 f 5 fr A '3- I BS , S f jg., ' 4.5- ,...- ..- '? XVILLIE XVEBB DLYNLAP University BACHELOR OF ARTS Bnslti-tlmall, 1, 2, 3, 4, Grw-k Club, I', 1-Jdu-'ation t'1ub. XVillie VVebb is one of our athletic heroines and general favorites. In life as on the bas- ketball court she mav be downed but never o ut. 1 P.-wi. ROGERS Goose Booneville BACHELOR OF ARTS Pri--itll-d Cluhg Cotillion Club, liduva- tion Pluhg lntraniural Football: Intra- mural Mask:-tliallg Assistant in th-ologyg Associate- Editor, "hIlSSiSSlIJIll1lllHQ As- sistant Sports Editor "Mississippian", l'hi Sigma. Paul is a gifted youngster whose genius is dimmed only by an abnormal predilection for slumber. However, few students have any more friends or have made a better schol- astic record. XYELMA LANE HASTINGS Clarksdale BACHELOR OF ARTS M. S. C XV., 1: Education Vluh, 2, 3: Him-lt Vluh, 33 Latin Vluh, 2, Zig Ifiw-ii:-li Vluh, 2, 33 Marionette-S. Velma has that enthusiasm which is proof against all disappointments, a sort of indom- itable optimism. Her personality is further enriched by her vivacious interest in French. PERCY HATHORN Oxford BACHELOR OF SCIENCE A good student, an athlete of no mean abil- ity, and a jolly good fellow-that is Percy. He is "Little Happy' in both name and dis- position. Gisokoe XVILLIAM HEALY, ja., I .Y Natchez BACHELOR OF ARTS Fotillioit Club, Phi Sigma: Sports Ed- itor, "Mississippian," 2, "Mississippian" Staff. Kg Associatt- Editor, "The S1-iw-ain," Il: Editor-in-1'hi--l', "The St-reanif' -ig Greek Club, .-Xtlvati--P Manager, Ulu Miss Musical Vluh, 31 The lforuni, 33 Secretary, iota. Sigma. Zig tilt- Miss Board of l'0l1ti'ol, -1: I'nde-rgraduate Manager, Intramural Athlt-tics, -ig Treasurer, Iota Sigma, -lg l'rt-side-nt, Senior Class, 4. "Leave it to George!"-an all-round man of merit in the fields of journalism, Romance and Politics, often combining and reconcil- ing the three with remarkable success. The scope of his activities is the most convincing evidence of his ability, and his honors the best gauge of his popularity. IQATHRYN HENDERSON Shelby BACHELOR OF ARTS M. S. t'. NV., 13 Marionette-S, 2. 33 Gr:-wk Vluh, 33 Basketball, 3: Secretary. Junior cjlassg Education tjluh. Entrancing colors-graceful lines-a bit of fashion-a pleasing ensemble, Kathryn came to us from M. S. C. VV. She is the sort of girl who reminds us of dollars, champagne and limousines. ALFRED HLME HQDGE Vardaman BACHELOR or ARTS Greek Vlull, 2, 3: Latin fflulv, 2, 3: Phi Sigma, 2, 3. 43 Ce-nsor, 43 President Ecl- ucation Club. 4. Alfred is a conscientious student, possessed of ability without pretentiousness, and with talents in the same direction of his great namesake. VVe prophesy an equal success for him in the field of Education. F1Lo AUGUSTUS HOIJGES Toccopola BACHELOR OF ARTS Greek 1'luli, 33 Educ-ation Vlulw, 4, He is short in stature but long in reason and likable qualities. Graduating in three years is only one of the scholastic feats which he has accomplished. JAMES LELAND HOLLAND, 61 K .Y Meridian BACHELOR OF ARTS Millsaps Volloge, 1. 2: Phi Sixxnia, Zlg George- Hall tjlulvg Fotillion tjluli, :lg Grt-ek Cluln, 3. Debating, formal or informal-oratory or "bull"-that's Leland's best bet. Having spent three years at Millsaps, he was pro- moted to Ole Miss, where he soon became a leader of his class. SANFORD R. HL'GHsToN, A fb E Ackerman BACHELOR OF ARTS "Mississippian" Staff. 1, 23 Assistant News Editor, 2, 33 Glee Vlulm, 2, Sl: I Mississippian Board of Vontrol, 33 Ihi Signizt: Blavlcstotv- Vlulig lvlasonit- Iw- grev- Team, -lg Etlut-ation t'luIlg Vivo- Presiflent, 4. Sanford may be justly termed the Bolshevik king of the graduating class. His unusual intellectual power, liberal education and keen perception make him one of the leading think- ers in the new school of collegiate thought. This famed toreador will be missed in the nightly meetings of the radical club. sa i L . gills? V 1' W 1 'f 'w it I li- 'J-' ' l ' ny bl ,, 5 -'Peas 5158 4 1 ' - 5 A X I V 5 ,44 tl.: .V . -as ' 1: 4 .5-gf" . l5'1qi2"4 gig 'Eh .wp 5 Q: ,R F' K, 'N I Q 't?F'ff six N H l W " '-W G ., gi . ef ,ef R N 5 9 4 KI, 1 g if i 'til , ' ' .l' li ' ,- . lf il L1 .4 .w....m2.'.,.1,- 94zw..r:..n-.gt misss. .,,,f49.15t." ' nl III Ill . -. c an .N . W I :Hint r. has tl --t X 1 9 , Hxfawgl 3. . N9 t X4 RVN? ,49- Y m119,liE:2?14Ig'.ei' ' 2, 'G ' fit' 1559 iii? MQJMA A. t 11 gi Isis? 35' - v l,Hlzl,.XN ll. lli'N'ricR, -IR., .1 l lylacon ll.Xl'lIIil.0R oi-' AR'l S ltililll Vluti, I, 121 l"rt-nt-li Vlnlt, 2, II, tg t'iuIiIliol14'lllli, l, 3, Sig lf'oruni, Zi, tg Sv.- I'-'l2tI'y, Zig In-lvating' Vonn--il, llg l"I'4'Ilt'll lIr:i1n:itit'i'lnI-, II, lg Assistant Instruct- or, l"l't'llt'lI, Zig H4-niot' lfltlitor, "1 ili- IXliss"g lllll'Illlllll'Zll Ifiiotlutll and 'l'r:u-ltg lll'IHPllt'l', Svril-lil--rs. "Iwi mr li-iv' in ll lmusr lay ilu' sith' of the forzti, .Intl ln' Il friwrzii In man." Neither Beau lirunnnel nor a Rah! Rah! Iioy-Phelan is the type of man whom we consider really collegiate. A sincere student and a popular one, never known to hurry, always dependable. lliirizxix Coinni'1"rti INGRAM, I I X Ifrench Vamp I'4AL'IIlEI.0R ov AR'IS Latin Vlnl-, -lg fllwvlt Vlnlv, lg Iiltluca- tion Vlulv, 43 Hilhix n 1 ' i just il slip of girl with a hit of deviltry in the sparkle of her eye. Although she has heen with us only one year, we have found in her the essentials of a good comrade. ESINI,-X fiR.'XCli joHNsoN Oxford BAC1nf1,oR OF ARTS tlri-cl: Vluli, fl, 43 Iflducation t'lul,, 3, -lg M. S. l'. W., 1, 2. "jonnie" couldn't stay away from the "ole home" town any longer, so after two years spent among "Mississippi's Sweetest Collection of VVomen," she returned to resume her work among these "VVooded Templed Hills." Va- riety is the spice of life and Emma Grace can tell you that this is the place to find a "New- Man." SARA -IUNKIN Natchez BACHELOR OF ARTS XVl1liVK'fll'Ill t'oIlt-go, 1, 23 M. S. l'. XV., 3. "XVhat a striking looking girl!" newcomers say of Sara. Sincerity is the keynote of her personality. VVhen Sara graduates, Ole Miss hids farewell to one of its most popular and talented students. IXIA-X'I'HILDE IQILLINGSVVORTH Fayette BACHELOR OF ARTS M. S. t'. XY., 12 Y. XV. V. A.. 2, 75, ll Vim--l'1'vsi4lvrit, Stutlt-nt Govt-i'inii--nt for XYonn-n, -tg tlroe-It Vlulig Education Vlulvg I,t-g'islzitix'tf t'ounr'il, 4. Because she possesses more than the ordinary human's share of that quick sympathy, that listens to all, and helps in the very listening- do we predict that she will he a success in whatever she undertakes. C. M. LAGRONE Oxford BACHELOR OF ARTS RALPH LLEWIELLYN L,xNnRL'M Kosciusko BACHELOR OI-' AR1S "Dirty Se-vt-ii"g llt-iviiiaf-nii. 'EOQ Gri-+-It Vluli. Persistence is Ralph's biggest help in putting his ability to work. Remaining out of school two years, he returned to lead the way to graduation and to VVard Hall. SUSIE INIAH I,.xwToN, II K 'IL -1 .I fl' Greenville BACHELOR OF ARTS Y. XV. V. A.g Latin Vluhg Il+Apni'ti'i'. Latin Vluli, Zig Vie-Q-Pi'v-siflvlit, 45 Hiwwli iluly, 1, 2. R, -lg Xvil'f'-l'I't'Slllt'llf, 4: SU- f'i:iI illlillflllllll, Gres-lc Vlulv, Ii, Taylor' Mi-dal in Giw-+-lt, 33 Y. XV. 4'. A. Vxihirie-t, -13 Elini-zitioii Vlub, 41 Sv-1'i'vta1'y-Ti':,-zis- urwr, l'hi In-Ita Plii, 4, "ll'nrk is Ifnrk, and must lu' done, Yff as I work I lzafzw' my fun." Vile wonder if it is the natural sweetness of Susie Mae that is responsible for her being a member of every Refreshment Committee on the Campus. Dokis IJANIKIN LENOIR lN'1CComb BACHELOR OF ARTS Giwlvillt Vluh, lg Marioli:-ttws, 1, 2, 33 Efluf-:ition Vlllll, 2, 231 "Mississippian" Stuff, 21 Vo-a-ditni' "XXI" Hook, 23 S0'f'l't'- tary. Y, XV. l'. A., 23 Pm-siclf-ilt, Zig Imigis- latin- 4'ounf'il, 33 St-4-rwtziry, A. S. B.. II, Vu-ml Eilitor, Milla- RUSS," fl. Doris has won the admiration and respect of the student body, for she not only studies and enioys her work, but always has time to lend a helping hand in any of the college activ- ities. XV1L1.1.i-mi lixox RICCHAREN Toecopola BACHELOR OF ARTS l'll'l'Sl1lIlIll1 Hziski-tlnill. 13 l'1l'l'SlllllJill Tl':i1'lt, 15 Vross l'lllllllI'y 'IV-aim, 2, I"1'11siilvi1t Latin f'luh, 25 SQ'f'l'+'Iill'X- Tre-asuiw-r, firm-k Vluh, 2, Knox is frank and unassuming. He is a val- uable traek man, and the fact that he is a good student is amply demonstrated bv the fact that he is finishing in three years. Ei . ' ,Emi Q 5? V ' 'B ' ,Qu il it Q K El ff shes 5' I 59 , . K .3 Qi,-. ' X f Q37 L. 9 V ff' , 3 a .2 ,N GW . 'f JY' E -r1""vNn .xl K' I .E tv-lu by ' fi' v I sf 1 w' ' 'Q I ll .4-1. 'Q ' " vi.Y5.Qi.4iS4a.'IZQi7f9.sis1.2es?2ae2..,.e.af V -iw. s 'E' S- ' W W8 41-., l 4 . it l -R 'T' uw. I 1 -E: if- 'fl .,- , . xi? .1g. .Q n my I l r 1' og. 111 x .-Q.. jg.. ,ig -. if 5: .11-. , . M .wld Myruis SAIITII M.ficDoL'o.iL 21 T, 11- A li Booneville BACIIELOR Ol" ARTS l"l'l'SillllZtll I-'ootl-all, 15 l"I'i-sl1Iu:iII Int--rs soii--ty llvlmli-I'g Phi Signizi, lg Vim-- l'I'4'Sllil'lll, l"ll'Nl Sp.-anlufr, SI-I-iw-t:iI'5'. ltr-- ll1rl'll-I' :Ill1l lluul'liv'4'jr1'l' ul' I'lll Siiglllitg Nous l'I4liIoI', lN'llIil'llllt'llIlll l'11liloI', lin-- jmI'tvI', I'I1lilIIr-ill-1'llii-I' ol' thi- "Missis- Sllblllllllni Svrulv Footluill. l. 2, Zig .ill lIlll'1lllllll'lll Atluli-tics, Vztptziin, 4'4'llI1'I' tinrilull ll:ISliI-tlulll, lL Vim'-l'l'i'si1ln'lll illlil ll1'lHll'lvl', 4il'4At-li Vllllng l'y-.Ishii-Ill. l'lIi Sii.:IxI:Ig l'1Ilitot'. Y. M. l'. A. llzinil- hunk, Studi-nt Assistant in llroi-lt, Il, lg l'I'I-silly-nt, Latin Vllllug l'I'I-siilvlit, Hin-ole Vlnlag lI1li-Ivolls-gizitv lN'lvJlIt'l'g St'1'l'i'- tary, lvlt- Miss lv-'luitimg i'lul-. A fiery Scotclunan, worthy representative of the "Clan of lVlacDougal," Mac has made one of the hest editors the MISSXSSIPPIIKN has ever had. VIRGINIA 1",xIz ik'ICGL'lRE Tupelo BACIIELOR OF AR'lS M. S. l'. XV., 1, 23 lkI2ll'i0llI'tit'SQ 'l'l't'IlN- uri-r. lin-I-It Vlulw, lg Sulvsvriplion Man- JlL1t'l', 'AlViiNSiSSilllliHll," -l. "flier rfvrry man your mr, but your -z'oirr." This would he a dull world, were it not for people like Virginia, who seem to get fun out of everything. filiORGl2 Aroxzo IXICLIQAN, jk. A fr- II, I 5 'Winona BACHELOR OF ARTS Tlayiilsoti 4'ollI-go, 1, 21 I-'ri-shman Foot- llull. il: l"l'l'Slllll2lIl 'i'l'ilt'li, 33 lli-rriiavun, I-Ig l'i'llS0l', 33 Pri-siale-nt Junior Vlassg l"iil'lllH, S1'l'I't'lZ1l'j'-TI'Q2lSUl't,'l', 33 Vritii-, -L Varsity Track, 31 Ex----titiyv Vom- niittvc-, A. S. UR., 31 "M" Vlulig Alter' nnti- on InIhat1np.: Team, 35 X. M. 1. A. Valvinvt, 3, I'l't'SiIivI1t, -l. George is justly famed for his integrity and his conscientious adherence to the path of duty. His many friends wish him success in his chosen field of Christian service. IXIARY AI,FoRD OBERSCHRIIIJT K A fb, X .A fb Brookhaven BACHELOR OF ARTS R4-lliayen College, 1, 2: Eflui-ation Vluh, Il, lg lin-f-lt Vlulv, 4: Y. XV. V. A. Valv- ini-t, 4: Vit-e-President, Girls' Studi-nt Goyvriirneiit, 4: Annual Staff, -lg "Sl'l'4'2lIll-' Staff, 4. Mary has shown ability in many "lines" and mastery of quite a few, including art, music and sophomore English. Donoruy ZoLI.IcorFER OLDH.AXNI Oxford BACHELOR OF ARTS G1-4-ole Vlulv, 2, 31 Education l"lulv. 2, 3, Sw-ri-tary-Tri-asurtft' Law Vlass, 3. One of the most accomplished and attractive girls Ole Miss has ever known. Her force- ful personality will make her very successful in the legal profession which she has chosen. J EFFERSON Dfxvis GLIPHANT Carthage BACHELOR OF ARTS Latin Club, Phi Sigma, Education clung Y. M. C. A. cfaiiiiiet, 41 Vive- President of Junior Education Class. J. D. has affiliated himself with the best forces at Ole Miss. VVe will feel a distinct loss in his going, and feel that his place will be difficult to fill. ALTON PARKER PERKINS. A fb E Belzoni BACHELOR OF ARTS President, Sophomore Classg Freshman Baseball: Fresliinan Football: Varsity Baseball, 2, 3, -lg Varsity Football, 2. 3, 4: "M" Vlub, 2, 3, 4: Y. M, C. A.1f'zilu- inet, 21 Tl't'2lSUl'f'I', 35 Vive-President, -lg Debating Count-il, 33 Phi Sigma, 1, 2, Phi Signia. Oratorical Contest, 13 Forum. 3, 4, Greek lflulig Votillion Clulrg Lle- Moluy Vlulig L'irf'ul:1tion Staff, "Missis- sippian," 1, Mississippizm Board ot' tion- trol, 33 "Ole Miss" Staff, 4. It is rumored that "Perk" has left more broken hearts in the Delta than he has bruises on opposing linesmen. If that be true he can have our "Loving Cup." He has been prom- inent in many campus activities, and is known everywhere as a hard lighter, an excellent student and a dependable man. CLARA Lovcig PICKENS Toccopola BACHELOR OF ARTS M. S. t". XV., 2. 33 Greek Club, Rig Edu- Vlllioll t'lllli, -l. One can rely on Loyce to do the correct thing at the correct time, and to do her bit toward making the world a little merrier and hap- pier. ,IENNIE RIEADERS Pt'RsER, X Q McComb BACHELOR OF ARTS Tre'-:tsurc-r. Y. XV. l'. A., 33 Secretary, Student Govt-i'riiin-lit for XVoinen, 3: Crt-ek Club: Education Plubg Bridgi- Club. Shy, modest and yet somewhat coquettish- that is Jennie Meaders. In a certain way, she has been interested in literature, law and medicine. Her smile will be missed when she leaves us. NI.-XRY PICKENS SALMON Pontotoc BACHELOR or' ARTS M. s. C. W., 3, 4. Though there is not so much of her, what there is is just what one likes to find. Her disposition is unsurpassed, for her good humor is the first thing one knows about Mary. gi , i ug -J .- ' ff ,il if M, my xi 'i sN,.' ,xx six -will ff 1 ' M N : . .f' 7' . . , , . 1 bi., ,Lg i . . QS,-. , . lfbsfil .5555 .. ...- . .,...,. ---ZXY-.Y .. .. . fi - I Q ,Q ,hw , .assi "lr E I all -. '4l -if -QI Q- ,- , 14-5, f ' 494 AAA- V 'S I 9, t ff: E 1 fi 'Q 1 I A I I I ei I I .5 I I Q I 1 ,, . I I I ,. ii if I IE 3 J fl I 'I I 2 -I Z 4 I 4 I ,lift 7- W f Q Rf I - I '-"nu, A 'I ' J :I V' Q ',..1! - A ' fire- 5 f Q-Jisefueff. A' f X -- , ff SYDNEY LOUISE SMITH Senatobia BACIIEIDR OF ARTS Latin Vluli, lg l-Iduvution Vluh, 2, 3, 45 I.:-gislntivv t'ouni'il, 4. "And still the wonder grew, that one small head should earry all she knew," is really true in the ease of Louise. SARA STEVENS Memphis, Tenn. BACHIELOR or AR'lS Murionvttvs, 'lg flrevk Vlulip 1-Idumition Vlulr. "Laugh and the world laughs with you," ae- eording' to the doctrine of Sara. Neverthe- less, she isn't afraid of work, hut pursues her studies with an indomitable will. INIARTHA ,LANE STEW.'XR'I' Fayette BACHELOR Ol" ARTS M. S. P. XV., lg Vit-is-P11-sicli-tit, Student fi0YG'I'l1lIlk'Ill for XYonis-n, 33 I'rt-sidt-nt, Student Gox 1-rnnn-nt for NYom--n, 3, Log.:- islzitiyv Vnulivil, ii, -tg Vim--P1'I-sidvnt, Y. XY. V. A., 33 Valtim-t, 4, Assoi-i:it4-d Stu- dent Body Volllivil, -ig thu-ek Uluh, 33 Eduvzliioll Vlulr. She is clever, original, talented, smart with- out heing especially studious. Martha jane is of the type we would like to Copy, but she is inimitable with a manner all her own. BLANTON HILL STRONG Aberdeen BACHELOR OF ARTS View-Presiflt-tit, Sh-nior Vlziss, 4: Board in lV'UIlll'Ol ot' Publis-ations, 43 Votilliou Vluhg Phi Signiag Greek Pluh. The Mighty "B," famous for ability with visiting ladies in making them fall in love. He has the marks of popularity without the characteristics of a politician. LORAINE TEAT Jackson BACHELOR or ARTS, LI..B. Co-ed Basketball Team, 13 Undvi'gi'adu- ate- li9IJI't'St'Ilt3liN'E', Y. XV. I". A., 2: Y. XV. 1'. A. Hepresvntzitive to Blue Ridg--, 25 Vivv'Pn-sitietit, Student flUX't'l'l1lllt'llI for XYomen, 2g Gin-ek Vluh, 2, 33 lfrviivii, 2, 35 Eduwzition Vluh, 3, -lg Lvgislzitiyt- Vounwil, 2, 3, 43 Ph-sidwnt, Student lloy- ernint-nt for XX'onit-n, 3: Sevn-tsiry, As- sovizitvd Student Body, 33 St'1'l't'l1ll'y, Senior I.itei'ary Vlnss, 4, Svvrvtary- Tl'r'2lSUl'Pl', Sophoniore Law Floss, 43 So--inl Chairman, Y. XV. 4'. A., 4: Sovii-ty Editor, "Mississippian," 4, Board ol' t'ontrol, "UIQ Miss," 41 Managerial Stuff, "Ole Miss," 43 Magnolia Sovivty, 3, -1. It was a loss to the Capital City, but a gain in many ways for Ole Miss when Loraine en- tered the University. Charm of manner and of face have made her a campus figure. 40 GEORGE EDMUND Tomruxsox Gronza, B X A r.,,.,t,,. f Gulfport BACHELOR or ARTS ex .. flt'l'IllIlt'2'lll, 1, 2, 33 Parliam--ntziriatn, 23 vs Y. M. V. A. Pronlotiun 1'on1n1ittm-5 A. "2'I'W" S. V. E. Hvyml'tt-Y, lg Vutillion Vlull, 1, ,QQ 'J' 23 f'iri-ulutioii Start. HlxIlSSlSSlIDIll1lll,ll 1, 'ta r ,X Assistant Business Dlztilztge-r, 23 Assn- :V viati- Business Mzulager, 33 M. I. l'. A., , ml! 2, :xg iiuivtuliiy Vluhg vitr.--in-.-stir.-tit, ::, 5-17 Sw-iw-tat'y, Junior Eiigiiiwersg Hruinzi. 223 IJ. NK ,.. Gull'1nort Vlulv: Assoriatt- Busini-ss Man- sf- Xi' ' Zlgtll' "S1't'vzixn"1 Assowizitv Editor "Hh- Missf' 1, 25 St-on-tti1'y, Botti 1'l1i Alpliu, Zig Assoc-into Manager, University Thu-- zttf-I'. 2, 3. "Dainty-Foot" has shown himself capable in many ways, for not only has he won a B.A. degree in three years, but has also taken an active part in other school activities. KIARY LoL'1sE XViLL1.xMs ,S lllliil x' BACHELOR OF ARTS .1 All Saints Vollt-ge. 1, 21 Etltlvutioit Flulm, Y' 2, 43 I"r+-nt-li Vlulig Greek mfluhg Y. XY. 'Q V N V. A. Vullillul, -1. C Brimming over with the joy of living and with good will, her brown eyes Constantly 3 twinkling with fun, she has made a place for herself at Ole Miss that will be hard to fill when she has gone. jorm EVANS XVINDHAM Cleveland BACHELOR OF ARTS Freshman Basketball: Varsity Tran-lt, TZ Varsity Football, 4, Eiluwation I'Iul-, II, -lg Ile-Molay Vlult, 2, 3, votillion Vlult. Johnny tried football as a reserve for three years, Coming through with a bang his last year. He's a regular end now, but his elianees for future greatness are without end. ciIEORGE H.ARlJIN XVoon Batesville BACHELOR OF ARTS Freshman Baseball, Varsity Ras.-luill. 2, 3, -lg Herrnaeang Forunig "M" Vlulig ble-ul. Vllllrg "NI" 4'lL1lr Ile-lmrti-l'g Vnlil- lion Club, George Hall Pluli. "Chesty" Came to us from Batesville, bring- ing his baseball ability with him. But be has been as popular upon the campus and in the class room as upon the diamond. BIONNA XYONVELL VVesson BACHELOR OF ARTS L. S. V., 13 Exe-viltivo 4'uunf'ilg lfwitt-lt Vluhg Lilgislativf- lrlullllvllj Hrei-It Vluh, Look for a quiet, unassuming girl, sitting in a corner, absorbed in a book, avd you've found Monna. Not that she studies all the time, for she has found time to corner her share of friendships as she went along. :ull I YM ,, ..,,,,,..s..., I0- N I P fr 8 ey 1 N 4 School of Commerce SIQNIUR fjIfFlCIZRS :mari BL"ll.IiR . . . l'n'siJr11f T. R. BRXIJIOIQIJ . . . - . . I'in'-Ilnxfidrrzl A. I.. SI'lil1'Ifl'lS . . .S'r4'1'1'Iary-Tn'rl.v1n'rr HI3llSiIll'N5 lliA'f5Ilft'lll'I1 ix l111.s'i11f'.vs vw!! E donr, illlf lIllSiI1f'XS hlH'I'il'11 is l111.s'I11f'.r.v ill .. W 110116. -1J'11f'zc'rr-Lytfo71. I 1 1 5 1 I 42 1 'l'i1oAi.xs R. I3R.xnifoRn Oakland ll.XCllliI,0R Ol-' SL'lENL'Ii IX COMM!-IRCl'. IL S, V. Vlul., 2. ZZ, '13 Set-Vetai'y-'l'1w-:is- uw-r, 'lg Si-wr--tairy-'I'i'i-nslxiw-1', Sr-nioi 1'oii11i1t'wv Vlass. Nothing flashy about this fellow, hut in mak- ing up a financial statement ot the School ot Commerce and Business Administration, we would list him as an asset. Giiorzoii VVASIIINCTUN B L'Tl,liR Alligator Assor-into Iiilitor, "Ole Miss," lg 'llI'1'JlS- nrt-ir Vlaiss, 23 Sophoniori- Ivis--ipliiio miininittt--1, 2, I'rt-sill'-nt Si-nioi' t'ol1l- IIlt'l'4'v Vlziss, 41 Vit-1--I'lw-sinlolit, Vom- nn-iw-t- Vluli. 11 A. S. li. Vount-ilp Rust-- lunll iYIllIl2lL1l'l', lg Assislsillt Husiiit-ss Mzilizige-r, "1Xlississippinii," tg Vntillion Vlulig m'oimnw-r1-t- Vlulfg Stull'-nt Assist- ant in 'l'ypt-writing, Zig .Xssislzilll in Af'- vountancy :intl 'Ilj'IH'XYl4lilIIK, 4, George is a noted ladies' man on the campus, hut he has made a name for himself in the commercial as well as in the social world, having heen for several years a capahle in- structor in the Business Department. juries FRANK Coxoizk Lake Cormorant I3iXCl'llil.0R Ol-K SCIENCE IN COMMl'lRL'li Y NI 1' 'X I " " fl' l'liisi-'1n'i I " --.4..-. .. ,v .- - .,.. 1, tonim--irinl 4 lull, 1, ., .,, I, "Red," as he is called hy his friends, is quite an authority on accounting. The Mississippi Delta needs the aid of men like him, for his word is as good as gold. XVISSLIZY T.w1.oR Giumnis lxiltiftlill B.XL'l'lliI.0R or SCILNCIQ IX COMMICRLTQ l'oxnm1-1'--inl Vlulvg Phi Sigma. NVeSley is a product of Soule down in New Orleans. Ile liked the idea of a commercial education at Ole Miss, so he decided to make a change. ln XVesley we find a man cap- ahle of advancing theories on accounting methods. .I .mi tis Rincmxxw I,U'I"I' jackson I3.kClll'll,OR Ulf' SCIENCE IN L'0hlMl5RL'l'f .-X. N M. Vollf-uv. I, 23 Gu-oi'a4v llillo-S1 Voinni--i'ci:il 1'luh, 11, 'lg l'otilIion Vlulv, II, Jimmie did not like the idea of getting xi B.S.C. from A. K M.. so he took up his "lot" with us. Probably he will like hookkeeping in lndianola. Right now he likes the walk that leads to the "coop," and especially XVard Ilall. 43 'S' , AWP A. f'-, 'lf jg' "3-'iF' -'P X, e, Dail -.--p GFA is mf, 13,5 'AQ' 1 V9 Y fflxu 'S' 9 122 2. , -G-EQ w. :Wi -83 ..--an s.- 5.25: a..,..:ve 1 if QF ibn...-9 Al BRIX IF! SPIIICIITS Monticello KIHIUR Ol SLIINQI IV QOMMI A lllrl' ' ' fs, ' 'IJ ' - H1 lmlmhlx 1 future court stcnngmphcr is this C1717 Q 'en t e u ' ' yo say vu H158 lxter he might trinsvrilwe the notes s IN 1 lllvlblt fellow whom the Q lllllllillll Sc 100 L I cs 'as out of its st. 'af 01. ,V LANE TO IJORMITORIES 44 School of Engineering SENIOR QDFI-'ICLRS L. XVEST . . . ..... I'n'siJr11f J. P. MALYNEY . . . l'iu'-1'r'r,ci.z'u1f R. N. BRUCE . . . .... S 'fcrrtary VV. N. BAXTER . . . . Trvasurfr P. C. lSL'lf0R11 . . Ilislnrian H,1Il1!'lIiIIt7'-1' is Ihr' s1l!n'or1.vrio11s mimi of thu 7L'OI'!ll.',-Gt'l'Il!ll Sfllllffj' Lu: 45 f i 7 t l -in v 1 r 'L , fm! ff, ,r Q Q4 f , K1 71? ' :ji Q r. K .v ,in.fc.'V,.m "LAL"-7."hm.' ""sLY ' 1' if XVll.i,l.KNI N. B.XX'I'ER, G1-num Lumberton li.'il'llEl.0R Ol" ENGINEERING Ult' Miss .L 24. t'. IC., fi, l, 5, Gig l'l't-Si- 'l"l1t. '31 SI'1I'1'I:ll'5'. il 'Pr-zistirt-r Junior Vlass. lg 'l'i'i-zistii'--r, Si-ninr vlass, vig Y. M. V. A., fi, i, 5. 'ig l'!'ulllrlliuli "util- niittm-, I, f.g Villvilli t, olg iltrnizu-sin, ii, i, SI'l'illn l-Hnitlvzill, Ii. 3, 51 S"1'l'l'iIll3', hruinzi. tr. lf Newt is as persistent in after life as he has proved to he in all phases of his col- lege career, we feel assured a successful future awaits him. Roniam' Noi..-tx Hkrcii fiflllllll. I li Ackerman BACHELOR or ENGINEERING i'lii Siunia. lp :h1f'fllll in llrztloriv-:il Von- ti-st, lg 'I'rt-zisurt-r, Sopiioniorii Vlziss, 23 Hit- Miss A. S. 4'. E.. IJ. fi, 43 Pri-sifii-rib lfllvvt, Zig Vit-1--I'i'vsi4ie-lit. 43 l'i'vsi1lel1t, 4il"'Ul2i. 4: :st-1-rt-tary, Si-nior Vlass. ig Musoni-' Vlul-, Ii. I: Hoard of Control ul I'ul-iivzttions, 43 Y. M, V. A., l, 12, II, tg Studi-nt Assistant in Mzitiit-iiisitifs und Mi-viiziliivzil Ilrziwing, 1. VVhenever there is anything to he done right Nolan is the man to he called on. Industry and patience deserve the reward of success. D PAN, C. B L'I-'ORD Oxford HACIIEIOR OF ENGINEERING "Hrainey" hails from the hills of Tennessee and although he has heen with us only three years, he has made Il lasting impression among his many friends. jmnis PINKNEY 1I.xL'NEY, Gmnm Ripley BACHELOR OF ENGINEERING Viv-Q-sI'iw-sith-tit. Senior l'lllflilit'f'l'iIiLf Vlass, 43 Tri-:isur'vi', Oli- Miss A. S. V. li., 43 I:i1poi't+fi', f:I'fllIlll, -ig Masoniw Vlulv, 12, 4: Y. M. 4', A. Vziliiiwt. 43 Phi 0 Signia. 1, ... J. P., "Squire," is a diligent sort of chap who hears much and says little. In his quiet un- assuming way he has won the friendship of many. Lorna LANE XVIQST, AIR., C11-num Maud BACHEIDR OF ENGINEERING Yi'-1--I'i't-si-'ic-lit, Groma. 4: Engiiif-vri'ig 4'Iul-, 1, 2, 3, 43 St--'. 4: l'fxw'utivt-l'nul1- .il A, S, BH 43 Sf-ruli Bast-bali, 33 As- sistant l'heci'li-adtlr. 4. VVe are undecided as to whether to call Louie the "sheik" or the "Beau Brummeln of the Engineers. Uertainly his unusual gift of lung power has heen turned to advantage in lead- ing the cheering sections. 1 1 A-ms pix' School of Law SENIUR OFFICERS DEES S'rRmL1Nc . . ..... l'rr.riL1rr1! L. VV. CUTRER .... .... I 'in'-I'rw.viJr1zl H. V. KINCANNON . . Sf'rrf1ary-Trraszmv' J. E. BROWVN . . Historian "Law is H119 of 11ll."-llrlzry Jlforzf. 47 Fr.,----,, W... 2 l . -v K' N -5. 4 . ,. 736 p 1 ff' Ffa 'DQ' E .., v fa. 1 -'l1f.',.:- 4 .4 i .Ma . ..,.4..a..H ji ,.-. ,AL ,QA ,, -, ,- .llfI"I'II.K STIJRLING Ii.xRno1'R Yazoo City IiACIIliI.0R OI-' IAVV5 Mill5ill'5 "ull-Axe. l, If, fig l!:tr'lln-lin' nl' Arts, l'nixe-rsity ol' Iilississippi, -lg lilawlaslom- 1'IuIig Votillion 1'IuIv. "je-p" got off to a poor start by entering Mill- saps, but he hnished right at "Ole Miss." Ile is a good student who plays at "sheiking." Ross R. li.-XRNl5'I"I' Carthage IIACIIISIDR UIQ' IJKVVS ILA., Mississippi Volle-peg Yziliilu-rliiltg l'1'.-siclwlit, Solulloniort- l.z1xy Vluss, Ig At- torni-y-1li-lin-l':il, Iilavkstonv Vlulvg Vap- tnin, hast fnulwloll Iiziskt-tlvall 'IH-:img Maximum-r ot' Artist l'ou1's1-, Zig Law l1llII'1lI'l1lIl, SL, This yvillowy orator left the wilds of South Central Mississippi seeking pastures new. IIe is possessed of a liquid eloquence precipitat- ed from his smiling lips in cadence with the elastic motions of his hands. Ovnz L. BERRY New Ilebron nacnerok or Laws Phi Siuma, 1, 2, 2, -I3 Vim--I'i'n-sill.-iit, II i2lil4'liSt4lIlt' Vlulr, 2, 3, lg I're-sifle-nt, 12, S4-Vulv Ifootlwzlll, I, ZZ, 33 lcllllillllll Man- 2l3l"l'. 4. L'VVhen I don't know whether to fight or not, I always fight," is Fightin's motto. Berry has yvon a host of admirers from his aggres- sive devotion to Ole Miss. josizifu ECKFORIJ Bizoyvx Natchez BACHELOR OF LAVVS I'hi SIMIIITI, 1, Z, 2, 43 IZ:-lrortvr, 2g Sec- rtftzn'y, 33 Iilzwkstolif- Vluh, 2, 3, -lg At- torln-y-th-ni-ral, Zig "Mississippian" Staff. Iig Husine-ss Mauai.:+-r, "Ole Miss," 4. 'HI friend Qchosi' zral outrzuzs his promise." Having survived murder by Kincannon, Joseph has lived on to manage Om: Miss '.z6. No political rally is complete without him nor a hull session minus one of his tales. FRANK J. I3 L'CH.AxN,-xx Amory BACHELOR OF LAWS Frank ended his wandering career at Ole Miss. Here he has been successful in obtain- ing, besides a wife and family, degrees in both Lit and Law. They do no wrong who call him judge, themselves they do merit who call him friend. CHARLES S. CAMPBELL VVebb BACHELOR OF LAWS Blackstone Club, 3, 43 I-Ieihiaeall, 2. 3. -ig PHl'ii2l1Ht'llfZ'tl'iZ'LIl, 33 Cotillion Vluli, 1, 2, 3. "Sigh no more, ladies, sigh no morf',' mm fwrrc drcr'ifL'fr5 fwfr." The delight of the ladies, the pride of the Delta and the hope of the Law School, "Sugar" is a type of man whose place will be hard to ifill when he has left us. JAMES VV. CASSEDY. JR. Brookhaven BACHELOR OF LAVVS Jim came to Ole Miss from the Naval Acad- emy, imbued with all its lofty traditions of courtesy, but without Z1 trace of its formal rigidity. During his brief residence on the campus he has won a wife and a host of friends. THOMAS CULLEN CUNNINGHAM Booneville BACHELOR OF LAWS President, Blat-kstoue Club: Secretary, Phi Signing Business Mnnagi-i', "Mis- sissippi Law He-xtiew"g St'I"1'HfFtl'Y, Lillie versity Deliating Count-il: Student Puli- Iimitiolis Count,-ily Business Manager, Band. "Red" is a gifted orator, a shrewd business man, and an excellent student. He did his bit for America in the VVorld VVar and has since that time done more than his bit for Ole Miss. JoHN ELXVYNNE DAVIS, I .Y McComb BACHELOR OF LAVVS Manager, Baseball, 33 Blackstone Pluh, 2, 3, 43 Clulv. 3, -lg Varsity Foot- ball. 3, 4, 5: "NIiSSiSSi1DI'liZ1Il" Staff, 2: J. P.. Ole Miss Practice Courtg Vive- President Freshman Classg President, Sophomore Classg Sophomore Discipline Poiiiriiitte-ep Executive Council. A. S, B., 1, 21 He1'liineau. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5: Marion- vttes. 1, 2, 3, 4, 55 Cotillion Cluh, 3, 4. "Hr fwho lofws not fu-inf, fwomfrz or song, Rcmazns a fool 1115 fLL',l0!F lzfi' long." Smiles, freckles and a good "line" make Johnnie a prince of good fellows as well as the ladies' choice. JAMES C. FLOYD, K K FP, I .Y Tulsa, Okla. BACHELOR OF LAVVS PS., A. K M. Polls-go, 2-13 ICPil't3t"tOl', Olf- Miss Band, Il, 41 "The Mississi1ipizin"g President. Glei- Vlulig President, Mason- ic- Vlulig Bla:-listone Plulig Phi Sigma. Jim learned his multiplication tables at A. Sz M. He is the trump card of the law school, and has "tromboned" his way into the heart of every Ole Miss student. 49 H57 1"' 'T"." , Lis-.' imeqw -. 2.1431 l . . .gf- , CV kj Lily . ' lf" A I7 fl . . I. ,I .L is., Sf as 3 S ,Jai J. i""5'7f .Q Q .. if .ff .F A , , I3 Ns- i i ,5 ' 3 I a 'ni b.'QL.' -.L.a.a.- .'...... ...E ..'.Q3J2lii-.lerli ' ' f S'r.bxN'roN A. ll.-u.I,, A 0 E, I I, B X A fr' Hr- Ilattiesburg BAClllil.0R OF LAWS Num:-rails in lfoothall, Hasn-hall, Trai-kg ',, "Mississippiali" Statt, 23 Assistant Husi- nt-ss Mating.-r, 35 Annual Stuff. 25 As- sistant liusint-ss Manager, 33 Business 3 Maiiztpzt-r. "Sf-rvani," 43 Mt-nilwr llornii- 1 tory Vliainpioiisliip 'I'r:u'k Ti-anig Senior H Vlass Mt-inorial t'oinniittt-vp fvlarion- 4-tt--sg llusint-ss Manager, "M" Book, 5:3 Votillion Vlulig Vhairnian Spring lfzillvn-S, Zlg lit-ta 1'hi Alpha, Pri-sid:-nt, 'lg ll.-rxnzi-tam, Vhaiplain, 3g Treasurer. 'lg ln-Molay Vluh, 23 Masonic Club, lilavk- Slolli- 1'lUlr. ".Il1, takr ilu' lash in hand and fwai-zu' flu' rest." llere is a lawyer who is the demon of Missis- sippi financiers, judging by the success of the various Ole Miss organizations that have been managed by him. IC1.AiisR E. H0l.I.EY' Fulton BACHELOR OF LAWS Masonic Club: Blarkstont- l"luh. XVe would not expect so much "savoir faire" from this product of Itawamba County, but he has proved a capable student and a de- pendable member of the legal brotherhood. Howes V. IQINCANNON Verona BACHELOR oi-' LAWS Blzivkstoiie 1'lub3 Sophomore Dist-iplino Uoinniittm-, 21 Set-rvtary-Treasurer, Sen- i1orol.aw Vlass, -lg Assistant Postniastt-r, " 'Tis not the robe that makes the monk," nor does size measure the man. "Skeet" proved himself a dynamo of efliciency in the local postoflice as well as in the Senior law courts. HL'Bi3RT S. Lirscoxm KS,IPI,Af11E,TKA,ET VVater Valley BACHELOR OF LAWS Magnolia t"lulug Phi Sigma, President, 13 Alpha Phi Epsilon, President, 5, President Signia Upsilon, 51 President, Senior Ulassg Y. M. C. A. Cabinet. 3. 43 Intt'rr'ollegiate Debate-r, 2, 3, 55 Ed- itor-in-1'hit-t', "Mississippian," 4: Im- hating Pouncil, 5: Senior Memorial Spealu-r, 43 Blackstone: Masonic Plulv: Athletiv Vount-ilg Mississippian Board nf Vontrolg Ole Miss Board of Von- trolg President, Associated Student Body, 6. A celebrity hindered only by his own versaf tility. journalist, lawyer, orator or politician, this man may some day be. OTHO RIAGEE Tylertown BACHELOR OF LAVVS Phi Sigma: Blat'-kstone Club, President. Junior Law Vlass, 3: Gordon Hall Boarding Vluh, Secretary, 4. Otho probably knows more men on the campus than any other student. His argumentative force and ingratiating manner are earmarks of legal success. PAL'L DYCHE MoNTJoY, JR. Greenwood BAcnELoR or mws Vross Vountry Team. 43 'I'ra1-It Mana- ger, 53 St'4'l'Q'iilI'X, Class, lp Latin Vlulvg Gr:-1-k Vlulfi Sophomorv Iriswiplim- Vom- mitte-v, 21 Potillion t'lul-g lforum, -1, Trai-k. 4. "Staunch of heart and fleet of foot." As "little Monty," Paul came to us one of the freshest Freshmen of five years ago. Daunted by nothing he proves that to live enough is to conquer. AIALCOLM RIATTIIZ Romiivrs Pascagoula BACHELOR OF LAVYS "Mine epitaph shall be my name alone." Ole Miss lawyers will not soon forget Roberts. Large was his bounty and his soul sincere. GEoRGi5 KV11,1,1.-xxx SCHIERBAL' NI Shelby BACHELOR OF LAWS Votillion 1'luh, 2. 3, 43 4'omn1itt+tenian, 3, Blat-kstonv Vlub, 2, 3. 'lg Masonic lfluh, 3, 43 Sr-1-re-tary, Vlass, Zig Law Honor 1'ouns'il, 4, St-rub l2JlSt'lvilll. 21 Track, 3. 43 "M" Club, il, -1. George is one of those likeable chaps who has that rare faculty of making friends with everyone. VVe predict that he will be one of the foremost barristers of the state. Lmiuiai. AL'GLfsTL's SMITH, -IR. If A, K B '11 Holly Springs BACHELOR OF I..-XVVS Votillion 1'lulv5 4'olnmittw-man, :il Art Staff, "Swiw-an1"g Blackstone- Vlulv, 2, 3, 41 Marionm-ttvs, 2. lf the ladies will give him enough spare time il great future lies in store for him. He is always a magnet for damsels fair. ETHIZLBERT Dees STRIIKLING A Q E, I I Philadelphia BACHELOR OF LAWS BMX., I'niye-rsity of Nlississipyxi, lg Alpha LA i Phi Epsilon: Vi.-v-Piw-sich-lit, 13 Sfww- tary. 53 Iota Siirnia, Vi'--siulmlt, 5, Hs-rnlam-an, Vritif-, 233 Vim-4Pi'vsi1it-lit, 33 Prvsillt-lit. 4: Door-Ke-1-pr-r, 53 Annual Board of Vontrol. 4: "lVIississippian" Staff. 2, 33 Business Staff. 53 "St-rf-ani" Staff, 53 Latin Vlubg Grt-wk 4'lul-g Blavkstonq- Vluhg Presifli-nt, He-nior Law Vlass, 5, C'ool-headed and shrewd, a wizard with men and women, Dees has been the mastermind in campus politics for a year or so. 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C11.1R1.12s D. 1V11,soN, I .11 1I11z1e1111rst B.xC11EI.OR OF LAWS 1'11111ll'j' 1'11ix'1-rsity, 1, 13, Sp I11111-11s111111- 1'l11l1g 1'1111lli1111 1'11111. "Slim" is the sort of fellow who l11111iCS ll good lawyer. Possesrnr of Z1 steady 11El'YC and presence of mind to guide 11im 1111'1111g11 the pinches. 5 1 .-1 1 3 Elvin' 1 1 1-...rx i Jw-1, 1 1 L..- "' .. ina.. on 4 TH E XNOUD 52 5 1 LZ.f-A . CX JIA 'cr-3 ' School of Medicine SENIOR f,FFlL'lzRS II. LITTLE . . . ..... I'n'si11nz1 R. H. JOHNSON . . .... 1'iff-l'n'5iJr1zt E. XV. Ilolmris . . . . Spfrfmry-Trmszzrf-r Grgorusrc Muvxx . . llismrifzn r "Thr vcwrfzl will filffz' non' nm' lung fl'llIt'1lI!lt'l' 'zc'lmI iw' my lIl'I'l',' but il mn I lIl'7'l'I' forgr! 'ifllllf thvy :lid lll'I't'.H-I.fIl- mln. 53 .dffiie A - - - -mr-aww 1- -W-.1sf1,,?' :Qi a'm'9 'ev-+ ffl? get LJ-N L. .v sr x ' ev ., 'H' I .,, fir ,ew f' A . 13. ffl , -ve new Ti:-s . 1:6 ' -ws. -. .Wrf m. L '- XV. I". CoTTizN Nlcfomb M.D. 'l'i's-asliiwli' M1-rl Vlulvg Masuniw f'lul1. llere we have a "Choctaw" who has put aside his blankets and war paints to don the rai- inents of a professional man. In him we find the keynote to success-namely, interest in his work. IJoNov.1xN FORREST DAVIS Lumberton M.D. llerimufan, 1, 2g Mt-difgal Club, 3, 4: Y. M. V. A., 1, 2, 3. In "Don" we have a rare combination-a true friend, a good student and a strong character. l'nless caught in the net of matrimony by some of his trained nurses, he will ascend high in his profession. ROBERT IJUBOIS Dicicrxs Greenwood B.S., M.D. Mvdii-al Vlul., 3. 43 St'f'l'0t2ll'1', 43 Iw- Molay l'luli, 1, 23 S+-vrw-t:1i'y, P11--lN1i-rl. Vlulf, 25 Y. M. F. A. Promotion Coni- niittm-. lg tfotillion tfluh. Studious, energetic and friendly to everybody -with such qualities as these, "Dick" cannot fail to succeed in his chosen profession. The future holds much in store for him. FEATH ERSTON DoL'o1,,xs Macon B.S., M.D. Ivormitory Football, 33 Y. M. C. A., 1, 2. 3. 43 iwtfffiif-an ffnn., ::, 4. "Doug" is the kind of a fellow who will al- ways be a glory to the ranks of medicine. He is quiet and unassuming, but can always be counted upon to do his part in any task. QSC.-xR CERAY EQBANRS Lucedale B.S., M.D. l-'rffshinan Football. '2U: Varsity l"oot- ball, '21, "M" ffluh, '21, '25, 'ZIGQ Pre- Bfvlllllil Vlllllp M1-dir-al Vlulv, '25, 'lllig lelerniaean, '21, '22g Lfotillion Club, 21, '22, '25. "Tub" as he is popularly known on the C3lT1P- us, is a leader in his classes, and at the same time an athlete of no mean ability. No doubt, in the future, the name of Dr. Eubanks will be a synonym for immediate relief to suffer- ing humanity. GECJRGE EVER.-XRD Gom1AN Terry M.D. B. A. Mississippi Coils-gpg M1-tlicail Vlulvg Mzrsonif- Cluln. Not quite a George Vllashington, but one of the best fellows in the Medical School. God- man is a good student and will succeed as a doctor. ADRIAN VY.-KN DYKE HAGAMAN Raymond M.D. Medical Plulu, 43 Y. NI. V. A.: Gif-0 Vlub, 2, ill llc-rniawzin, 2. 32 1'rw--lNIwli- 4-:rl vlub, 1, 2g Inttlrdormitory Ifnutlnrll Team, 4. The song bird of the campus is graceful in all roles. VVhether it be serenading, study- ing or spoofing, "Dyke" can qualify. GEORGE FRANCIS HAND Meridian M.D. Metliczll Club, 3, 4. VVith a carefree abandon George has always been there with "the goods." 'Twas never said he'd not do his part, and surely he can not fail in the Study of medicine. EDXY,-XRD XVARREN Hour ns VVinona M.D. Mt-dit-al Pluhgg Masonic Cluhg Stwre- tZll'y'-T1'h'flSUl't'l', Class, 5. Pride of XVinona! "Shotguns" weakness for Titian blondes has made him an authority on femininity, for he "learned about women from them." HEBIE HINTON Richton M.D. Masonic Pluhg PllllI'IllH4"5' and lVln-mliwzll Clubs: Fr--shmun Football, 1. Hebie will be missed next year. He is one of the most popular men in the medical school and a hard worker. VVe prophesy a great career for him. 90,6 C' X 5 ani, .Q t' .A f i? Q .1 V, ,, . f f.. T . ,--- we A f NN X , x r B , 1:- L, l u 1 35-V1 ui- c' E' ' 1 X ,,. . V qi . . ii: 1 l , :Aa f 175 J . :Ie ' . ,B A v . 1 Y ', ' -Nl' l5w1'C-nc," l ,. A, f , , f l ,l 'l Veal' J all 1' 'R iff. , ei I, -4 41.1. Z 'iw I . N ' -A -any 'r 'fl N. ' Q ' f , - " rs -fx' . fi 47' v as ' , in 'Wi i4 A 3 X 0 fl- T-..-. lf, L.A...Q.4 -.- .... ..:.,-.. . ...,...4x hc Roinam' lI.xRviiY jonxsox, I I Pittsboro u.s., M.n. l-'i'vslun:m lfootl-all, 'Zig Varsity Has- lt--tl-:tll, 'Z3I, 'ZIOZQ "M" 1'lul.3 Iota Sli-Zlllli, 'Wig Gordon llall lioartl ol' Vou- Irol, 'ZIGQ Yitw--l'i't-sitln-iit Svnioi' Ulassg Yin--l'l'i-simlviit "M" Vlulng Vnptain llzis- lwtlvull. '2vlg '1't'a1'lt 'Fm-ani, 'Big l'i'i--Mi-tl- itaul l'luIvg Mi-elivul Vluh, 'lltig Ula- Miss liuallwl ul' t'ullll'0l. From his quiet manner one would not suspect that this rangy lad has been a terror to oppos- ing cages for tour seasons. A brilliant athlete, Il good student and a line fellow, the Class of 'zo is proud to claim him as her own. .lore Hot.1.xs L1TT1.i5 Finley, Tenn. B.S., M.D. lklvlliiul Vllllrp Il1'MnlIty Vllllr, '22, 'ZIGQ Masonii- t'luli, '215-'Slip Interwlorinitory l"ootli:tll :intl liaske-tlvallg I'i'vsi4lvI1t S:-llinl' AIl'llll'lll l'lzlSS. "Red" is etuii ed with a brilliant mind and I - w s eagerness to work, a good disposition and a pleasing personality. Louis IXIQNAIR KIAGEIS Prentiss B.s., M.D. Miss. A. K M., 13 Me-dieal Vlulr, 3, 4. lN1aggie's transfer from A. Sc M. shows in it- self his ability to choose the right-even though he had once erred from the path of learning by mingling with the cowpunchers. Ile is Z1 hard worker and is assured of all success in his chosen profession. Liivlx FRE iz1...xNn IlI..xGRL'o1QR Starkville M.D. Ulf- Miss Board of Controlg Art Iitlitor "Sr'I'Q'1llll," 43 "Mississippian" Staff, sl: Mwlival Vlulvp ILS. Mississippi A. K M.. '09 Another former Aggie who has made good at Ole Miss in his profession with his talent for art and his attractive personality. Ro1aERT B12,xTTY KICLEAN Greenwood n.s., M.n. Ili-rma--an, 1, 2: Parliamentarian, 25 Studi-nt Assistant in Biology, 23 Y. M, 41 A. t'ommittn-i-, 23 Votillion Vluln, 1. 2. 33 Assistant in Physiology, 3, 43 Medi:-al Vlllll. 3. 4. Bob is the type of fellow that we must know in order to appreciate fully. He possesses an especially admirable quality-the will power to stick to what he considers the right, regardless of public opinion. DANIEL GEORGE M ELVIN Shuqulak E.s., M.D. Medical Club, 3, 4: llistorian, lg Gor- tlon Hall Board of Fontrol. "Hi" has the distinction of being the tallest man that has ever traveled the campus at Ole Miss. He iS known from the greenest Freshman to the most intelligent Senior. XVith his personality and intelligence he is certain to become a great doctor. TEMPEL MONTIE MOORE Brookhaven M. D. Medical Club, 3, -1. Wlhether Tempel works or plays he does it with whole-hearted vim. Ile was a timid boy during his first four or five years with usg but now, during his Senior year he is considered the "Sheik" of the class. CLIFTON TATE AIORRIS Baton Rouge, La. M.D. B.A., L. S. U., -lg Metlieal Club. 53 Pres- ident, GL Cotillion t"lul1, 53 Diagnosti- eian, George Hall Cliniig, Morris has made the Medical Club a good president and he will make some city a won- derful SlIl'gCOIl. VVe will miss him next year and it will be tlifhcult to fill his place. VVILLIAM YVALTON NORLES Marks M.D. A. 8 M. College, 1, 23 Mvdir-al Plulw, 3 -ig Olfstretieian, G--o1'g:'1e Hall Clinit-, "TO err is human," so Bill redeemed himself by leaving A. 8 M. to study medicine at Ole Miss. If jovial manner, ambition and person- ality count, Bill is surely on his road to suc- cess. JOSEPH JOHN NOTO Baton Rouge, La. M.D. L. S. U.. 1. 2: Medieal Fluh, 3, -ig George Hull Clinic, Gynt-eologist. Noto is one of the most popular boys in the medical school. He likes his work and great things are expected from him. 'S' M .H -jar' w . , lf 0 -in il .X asm-'Y'1J'X5"' Fi l an -43 AE 35 i s."15T71 if if E'-as 4' :WJ fi . ee-if it YJ :ff Xyyf' VJ, 1 VY ' ' i l e1,a'3"4-f 4, ,, W ..,'.N - e. , 0 Alt. 5, ifl ,ii n 0 Q33 ' y- ev - , t 51' in 19 4' l--+--s---YsA- -M - Tnoxrxs 1'cRsisu,jiz. McComb ILS., M.ll. l'l'i-sid--nl Junior Mt-diva! Vlnss, Hg Ass sistztnl in Anatomy, -lg Sift-1-,frm-y' im, tillion 1'luIt, li Mm-dit-al Vlnl-3 Neurol- ouist, lh'o1'y4i- Hall Vliniw, I. lfyeryone speaks well of Vlilllllllly. If he only succeeds in life as he has at Ole Miss, the Medical XVorld will surely hear of "Doc" Purser. l'ilDXN'lN Cmnls Izlhllfk Corinth u.s., M.n. Masinnil Vlult, lg Medi:-al Vluh, 2, .., lg votillion Vluh, 1, 2. Ciirls, you hay'en't a chance with this "Sheik," lle is already happily married and working hard to make a success for the lucky' lady. XVe'll miss him next year. Snr-QRRILI, .lIiFI"l5RSUN SIZVIICR. l K E, I I Tallulah, La. B.S., M.D. Ptilrlicatioiis Board ot' l'tmtrol, -lg HI-- Miss Iioard or Vontrolg Business StalT. A'hllSSlSSilrlrlIlIl"Q E x 1' h ll n Lf 1- liililor. "Sl'l'l'2ll'll," 13 Mi-dit-nl Vlllln, 2, 23, 43 'l'rt-astii-ter, Junior lylwlii-al Vlass. Besides being the most likable man in the hledical School, "l5risco" is one of the stead- iest. Ile didn't do mueh at I.. S. I'., but he certainly made use of his time here. FRANIQ .ALLEN STLART, -IR., K A Jackson M.D. B..-X., Millsaps: fY'UlllllUll Vlulvg Vivo- I'i'e-sidvlit Me-tli--al Vlulv, -lg Hi'oI'gv Hall Vlinif' Qwrthop--div Siirpgeoni. ln Stuart, lxlillsilps' loss has heen our gain. lle is a prince of a fellow and a good stu- dent. VVho knows, but that in years to come, Mayo Brothers may welcome this young sur- geon. XVILSON Hcpsox TLRNER VVater Valley B.s., M.D. Band, 2, 3, 43 flirt-Ili-stt'a, 2, 33 Presi- ilt-nt, 1'1"--My-dicztl Vlass, 23 St'4'l't'iill'5'- 'Pl'f'llSlll'l'l', Band, 33 Studi-nt Assistant ill Hiolugy, 21 lll'l'lllIte'LlI1, 21 Tuylut' Modal in t'lii-iriistry, 33 Mi-diwal Vluh. Il, 4, 1Ito-Lurym:olo:ist iiwor-Lge Hall Vlinicb, IK, 43 Exvvutivr- Voun:-il, 2. lludson did not have far to come from the neighboring town of YVater Valley to the Ole Miss campus, and he has made an excep- tionally good record while with us. After two more years in Nledical School he'll he ready for the world and we're sure that it will extend to him a hearty welcome. AALVYN XV. VVHLTE Pensacola, Fla. i M.D. 1 14 University of Virginia. 1. 23 Votillion Vinh, 3g Dance Vonmiittee-. Ii: Sevre- tary. Junior Medical Vlass, 33 Inter- dorniitory Frmtballg Assistant in Anat- omy, Medical Cluli, 3, -lp Anatomist, George Hall Vliniv. "Gnd llrals, ilu' dortor takrs Ihr fer." "Venus" has helped to maintain the Ole Miss reputation of having representatives from all the states, for Alvyn came to Oxford from Pensacola with the intention of settling down to work. XVILLIAM Tuomms VVILRINS Olive Branch B.S., M.D. Millsaps Vollifaqc, lg Me-die-:il Vluh, 3. 1. Billie's motto has evidently heen, "VVhat's worth doing is worth doing well," for he has certainly done well while here. His con- genial nature has carried him far on the road of friendship and although he has spent many a serious moment in the classroom and on the campus, his merry laugh will he remembered long after he has left these halls. RIEYER ZELTZER Rochester, N. Y. M.D. I'nivt-rsity ot' Missouri, lg Ms-dir-:il l'lulv, 3, 43 G. U. Spf-1-ialist Uiit'0l'LIl' Hull Vlinit-J, "Bromo" hails from the Kodak Cityg who knows but that he himself will he fitting lenses. VVith his friendly disposition and strong determination, he is certain to succeed in any specialty he chooses. XVILLIAM ERWIN H.-xxi1LL Sturgis GRADUATE IN PHARMACY Hz-rinaean, 1, 23 Pharniaf-y Vlul-, 1, 2. Hamill, exponent of the perpetual grin, pos- sesses more than a pleasing personality. He's one of the hest students Doc Faser has had in his department, and has the additional honor of being graduated with the famous "Hungry" Guy. J. Sisco LETER Tylertown GRADUATE ix PHARMACY Likahle! That's Luter all over. Pill roll- ing has come naturally with this lad, and he should soon be a master in the profession. Q 1 gwwffp..-...,-fx , . - W.: lv i l WG ai: J , ,JF ti XWLP-sfo. V ,. ,J ,f W 1 4 I , 4 f we if II ' fer ' 4. l A M f ' , X f -" 'f!f fi VK Y Q,,Q"'lf,??' " V lg f M: iQ :Z H' UINIIIO Ai 61 X2,f-501-h A 77 Q Fw 7 I Q 0 4 'A .x If at A ,V 1 6 x ', 'W f"?.1r :fi , 1, 6 A F' 0 I 1 9 , EX .J VIVNIOR VLASS UFFICICRS l11111I111' Lulu-rzll Arlx l'11wi111-111, A. 1' 'l'l11111111s1111g V11-1--l'1-1-N111--111, J. .l, I11-1111114g S111'1'1-11115, 11111111111 N11111g 'I'1-1111f111111'. II111l:1- 'I'l11111111s1111g lIis1111'i1111. .xllllll K. ll11sz111111111l. Inml 111' 1'o1nm1-r1-1- I'1'1+i1I11111, 1111111 5111111111115 X'i1'1'-I'1'1-si1l11111, N, H. 5l4'XXill'I, S1-11'1-1:11'y, 1'. IC. M111 1 'l'1'1-:1m11'1+1'. XY. 'l', 13:11l1l1s, h1111lo1' l':ll1.1'illt'1'l'iIlL2' -I'1'1-51111-111. 11 111-1111111111f1111 .I11111-wg V111--I'r1si1l1-111, 15 I-'. lmxisg S1-1'1'1-11113, 13. I 'I'11111li11Q1111g 'l'1'1-115111--1'. 15. XY. 1l:11111-wg l1is1111'i.111. Il. M, I41'11xx11. hoo! of LauV--l'1'1-51111-111, N1-111. Wil1i:1111w1111g V11-1--I'111si1l1-111, J. II, S11'z111111:111g S1-111'1-11114-'I'1'1-:1s11111 Hill Ynll-'1'g IIis1111'i:111, I1. I.. ll111lu1f1's. l11111I 111' M1-1li1-ilw I'1'1-si1l1111, II. I-I. l1I1111111111ls1111g V11-1--I'1'1-S1111-111, I". J. 3121111112 '1'1'1':1f111'1-1', NY. I .X111l111's1111: S1-11'1f1z11'y, II:11'1'is1111 1411111-1: I1I111I 111' l'I1:lrn1zu-3f-l'1'1-fi1l11111, S. K ,X1'111s11-1111:3 V111-V1'1-si1l1-111, lv, II. 1.11111-3 SE'f'l'1'11ll'j-Tl'1'llSll .X. I'. 1151-113 Il1s1111'i:111, 1'I31l1- l'11lli. "Im Him-Q S11:11' 11111 11111 1111511 111 l'z1llg 11111 51111111 111 l'iS4'.' 6: X l.1HiO1'S COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS BRYQE ALEXANDER, JR ..... Rolling Fork Phi Sigma. XVILLIAM LIUMPIIREY 1ANDERS0N, A III Ripley "MissisSi1111iz1n" f"i1's'ulz1liO11 Staff, 13 AssO1'i:1tv Vin'- f-ulz1tiO11 lvlalmgfli' 111111 I'le111,11'tv1', 2g Assig1111w11t Ell- itnr, 33 Phi Sigma. 1, 2, 35 V1-11sn1', Sl'-4-1-11t11r'y, Sw'- und Al1l1iVt'I'SLll'Y S111-:1liv1', Editor Phi Siumu Elli- tiO11, "lVIississi1111i1111," 23 Y. M. l'. A.. 1, 2, 123 l4'1'11sl1- Illllll 1'O111111ittm-, 11 I'lr'l'l'll'l'llIl!.f S11-ri-tz11'y, Zig HO111'1l of I1irw'tO1's, 35 A. P. E., 2, 33 IfO1'111itO1'y H11slu-t- hull, 2. Louisa ARRINOTON, II K fb . . . Clarksdale I.:1ti11 Vluh, 1, 25 lf'1'+-11f'l1 l'lul1, 1, 2, 1.1yln1' M1-1l:1l ill lf'1'1-xlvli, lg l+'1'e11rl1 Pluyvrs, 15 Phi 191111111 l'l1i, 23 tile Miss l'lI'ill,Ljt' t'lub, 2. CARRYE LEE Asm-'ORD . . . Pocahontas . ., XV1'1111a11's Vnllvgv, 13 Latin Vlulv. 2. l"1'1-Ilvll I llllv. -- NANNIE BURTON ATKINSON . . . Pickens G1'el1:1llz1 Vullvgv, 1, 213 I1:1ti11 l'l11lI, 33 Nalllvslliwall 1'l11I1. f1EORCI3 LACE1' Huis ..... . Sumner Football, 1, ZZ, 33 H1-1'111:1v:111 St'4'l'l'l1llj, 2g 'i'l'1'ilSA ll1'Ul', 3. E. C, HONNEY ....... Enterprise llw1'111a1+Au11 I,li1-I'1ll'X Sm-ii-tv ROBERT VENABLIQ BROWN, H K l'nive-rsity Tuylm' Nlwl11l, 21 Phi Sipflllll. 2, 21' i'xl'l'lll'il Vluh, 2, Hg I.:1ti11 1'lul1, 23 'I'1m-:1sL11'+11', 3. JAMES SIDNEY BRUMFIELD . Phi Sig.g111:i. ELIZABETH BL7RDE'l"I'E . . . All Saints' 1"nlI-Lg.-, 1, 2g Latin lqllllu, tion l'lul1, 3. SARA CASPFR ......... l+I1l111'11tiO11 4'l11l1g uw.-lg Vlull Hass Ci.1:MEN'1's ........ 1 1 Y .3 w .V . Cluster Lu111l1e1tOn 113 lfI1l11.':1- Raymond I'IOustOn M. lv. 1. XM, l, -5 1u1l111'z1l1O11 4'li1l1. 63 a 13' ' U L I a 9 3 fi ' 33 3? 1, 1 f 5, Q lc fr . A N F 4' - E 1 A uf 4 1 ' 0 A 'Qt y' tw- , 11' , A J ,L - 1' . 5 ' xg, if Y 5' '. , .Vg mfr, f ..- af G 1, A ... , 'C '19 v"N. ? b Q M si an y5 .1 ' O is "Qi 1 " 1 1 Q. f 41 5 4 1 'K i fy ,A 4 we I fi! 1 Q? 'fl kv- .., ! 1 r A .5 . X! 11 7 'tx 'fl X I f 'R I 1 -f I J flf. Q .0 ..- C v. -K 90, 4 V ,ie I - A Q 1 f A -.3 1 In 'O 'Y , il wv .,, J 5 A -n 4 as . , I 'Nh 4 .5 -I I If ll. AAA UUIOYS i'Ol.1.liUli Ulf' LIIIFRAI. ARTS livlflxx ll. C'oc'nk.w, X A llf, II K fl', linldwyn Y. NY. ". A.. l. 12, 275 l'I1Iu1-:ation Vluh, S25 l"l'a-nvll "lull-. 2, 215 l'I'4Pl-Ilillll l'UlIllllill"v, Y. XV. V. .-X., 125 Nlsurimx-'tl--s, 125 'l':nylo1' Mwlall in I-Znullsh, 2' Snr- uf-znnl Jll'1Il'Ill55 Vlll In-ll:L l'l1i. los:-I-nlxlf f'0l.IIl"R'l' . . . . . Kentwood, La, Xl'lnEtuo1'llx, l-Zulu:-:ation f"luly, 2. ZS. Nl xx c'lll.X'.XRD ........ Greenwood l'I4lll1'1llluIl 1'llllv5 Y. XV. V, A. Ronnlm XV1nz1.rass C'o1.1.Ixs .... Yavoo City nwnillion Vlnb, 1, 25 Ilusinf-ss lXIol1:xg-lr' lklnril-rn-Irvs, Il, .lnnior "l1m1l' 1.111111--l', 175 "Svr'n-gun" Stuff, LI, I" lllmkslullu- Vllllr. Lorna VIVIAN CRAIG ...... Ilomewood l'l1x Siunm, I, LZ, S55 Nlusollin- Club, 2, 25 lflnlllrzl- tion Vlulfg Y. M. V. A. l'1'nnmtiun Vmllllliltn-4-5 13. Ul.lYI"'l'IIIi Suinmf Clulr: ...... Tomo .Xll Snints' Noll'-uv, 1, 25 Ilntin 1f'lul+5 !Vl1ll'illIll'lI1'N. llnum lIL'nER'l' Ckliraxmoka, E T, XVater Valley Swril-Illl-1-s, 2, 215 S--1-rm-tnl'y, 35 Marion:-tt--x, 2, 35 l"r'1'nf'ln l'I:1ya-rs, 1, 125 Latin lflullg fir.-vli Vlllllp l-'rl-nvll Vlul-5 l"l-ur Arts I'lulI5 Assistant Eflitor. "Snr:-:ulll," li. I. NVlas1.n2 IZLMORE ........ Drew l"lwsl1n1:nl1 lfootlvull, Iinsvlwull, Bzxskn-tluullg Varsity lfo-xtlmll und Iinsl-lrnll3 1'I1llll'illIUI1 Vlulv. I..u'Rn1 Fnwxxlx Fokn, I5 E 0 . . . Goodman ll.-llunx--n, 1. 25 Eduvntion, 35 Latin fllllllu, 35 Y. XX. l. A, ldlnnf-t, J. Ennna fIA'l'IIlNCS ..... Diehlstadt, Mo. Imsln-tlnnll, 1. 25 fqillllillll, 35 Tr:-asurl-r, l-Iduvntion Vllllv, fl 111-1nUl'il'1', 1ll'4-4-li l,'lUll, 2. MRS. Ilvmi Goowlx ..... . jackson I'1'in1-ilwiu Junior 1'oll1'1:1', 1. 2. Nlll.DkI-ID COE, II A fl' . ..... Oxford l'nix-Al-sity nf Illinois. 1, 25 Gres-lc Club. 32 EGU- vntion Vlnll, 3. 6+ N l,1I11OI'S CUI.I.EGIf OF LIBERAL ARTS ,ANNA IIAGAMAN ....... RHf'IIIlJIIii Hrf-ek Vlubg Esluvutiull Vlub. A. POR'lIiK H,-XMIIXION . . . IAIUIIIIII, Ark. I'I1i Siglllll. I,.u'RA EMILY Iimuumx . , . . . Cmnrtlund M. S. 4'., I, 2, ICIIL11-zntiml l'luIv, 35 Hx'--:Ak Vlulv, 12. ixRL'IiIBAl,D CI,IN'l'0N Illiwris . . Gulfport Crmmtwx' XVmm IIINTON, III, I N, . . Lumberton 1l4'l'Ill2ll'lIllj lu-1NIul:1y4'IuI1g Musif-:II 1'l1xIv, Svxx:u1--f-. Imax IIo1,1.lnAx' IIm,I,0M.'xN, T K A, Itm Benn I-Jnmry :xml Ilwnry Imllvgqf, 1, 23 I'r1ix'-Arsity Irv- lmtim.: 'I'e-um, Zig I'rm-sill nt, First Y:-411' Lsux Vlznss. IZ, I"1ll'lllIl, 12, ,Ig SI'I'I'l'lllPj'-'l'l'l'1lSllI'l'I' ul' 'l':1u Iiznmm Alpha, II, Ig Lutin Vluhg f'l'ItlI', I4'u1'um, Ig Stufh-nr Assustunt in PIIILLIISII, I1 A. S Ii, "ullIl4'Il, I.:ux Sfllmnl Hollul' 1,'ullIll'il, -Ig Advllrlli. IIUMER IAMAR Ilow.-xkn ..... XVinmm lmr'1nilm'y I-Hmtluull, I, 2, 213 Vzxptzxill, 21 II'-1'ln:uf-5:11, h1llll2lL11'l', llanlizxun-, Yulln-5' ILQIII, II. BRANII.-XM IILME .... . Vniverxity I"I'4'SIl1IIilll Husvlmll, 13 If'm'um, 2, Z, Assistant Iius- invss 1w11lllllgt'l', "Huw-aural." LZ. FIJNICE IIl'RS'l' . . . .... Lucedzlle Wnrn:m's 1'1vlI--Lum I, 2, I'Z:I11v1n1i.I11:u11IIII'--+'lw'IllI1s,11. FLSIE HYA'l'I' . ..... Buntyn, Tenn. Efillvzltinlx l'lIllI, 2 fl. JAMES J. I.IaxmR, .X Kb IZ, II K 'If . . Ikic-Cmnla Alphn. Phi ICIISIIUIIQ Vi Kuplm I'l1ig If1'l'lll1lI'2IIl, I, 13. 33 l'ill'li2llIll'llI2Il'I2IlI, :Ig VI1-I-AI'r.-sill.-nt, 23 .XIll'I'llIIll' Illl IM-hutim.: 'IX-11111, 23 'I':1ylor M4-Ilzll in Ilislury, 25 Vim--I'1w-sul:-Int, .Inniur I,itwl'u1'y Vluss, IZ, Yun'- , . , , , , llw-sluie-111, l'l Ixzlppzl lhl, ll. FIWVARD Ifrwxnss LIPSCOMII . . . VVest Point Ill'!'lllill'1lll. 3, 123 Il.-pm-tu-V, 21 l'I1i Siullm, II, 111-I'--I: Vllllv, I, 2, fl, I'I1lLl1'21IIUlI Vllllv, II: Y. M. 1'. .X. Uuluillvt, 3, Mississippiznll Huzuwi uI'1'ulll1'nI, 131 Intru- murzll Hnslu-Ihaxll l'h:1n11uim1sI1ip 'l'I-um, 23 M. I. l', A., 2, II, .Xssistxmt N+-us I'I4Iitm', "IXIississippi:m," 23 N1-ws Idnlnluly Zig Assistant Iflusim-ss IuI1lIIlL1r'l', "SI'I'cLlIII," 123 Assistant in English, It, 65 Q .4 -' N ,K 1115? . 'Y 71 Q I . 'V v J" 3 , UQ' 36 J lf' il . 1 Q, Q X ., 4,5 I U 'LA hx E A ' 7 Q :gf UnlOI'S l'Ol,l.lfCili UF LIBERAL ARTS lllI.All lYlAL'KlE, A A E ...... Biloxi Hull' l'1il'li 4'ull4'1.1t', 1, 2, lfltluvutluli Vlllb, 3. l.l't't' MAE lNlClNlll.l.AN ..... Vicksburg All Satintfn' t't,II..u.-, 1, II, flrt-uk 4'1ui,, gt, Y, W, v, A., li. liuw.-xkn lN1Axsim1,1. . . . . New Albany Must-bzill '1'v:1rn, 2, "M" t'lub, xVll,l.lMli'l'l'A MAY . . . . . . . Shaw xY1lIll1lll'S Vollt-gt-, l, 2, lfltluvattion Plub, 3. Doitoiux' lVlll.l.ER, K A . . . . . jackson Millsaps, 1, 15, Marion:-ttf-S, .ig Edu.-ation Vlub, 3. SPENQEK LEE MURPHY ...... Grenada li--1'i1i:u-uit, 1, 13, itvpurter, 3, Latin Club, 1, 2, 3g Stwwtury4'1'i't-usu1't-r, Zi. XVu.1.lAM IIERMAN PEEPLES .... Colfeville lllIl'Hllllll'1ll Football, COlllIl1t'l'L'l2ll Plulr, Etluvation l'Iub. MARGARET Puu,t.xPs ..... Hattiesburg Lutin t'lub, lg Edu:-ation Club, 3, Hn-pk Vlub, 3, l+'t-.-livh Ulub, 3. lViAR'lllA El,lZABE'l'H Po1.K . .... Laurel All Snintsj 1, 2, Education, 33 Latin Plubg If'rvnm-h Ulub, 3. DUE1, II. PRICE, A II' E . .... Monticello i're-sith-nt und Vmmsor, Phi Sigmag Eduvation Clubg MllSlllllI' Vlulr. fiii0RCE Rot,FR1s1'AD . . . Manitowoc, Wis. Musit-:tl Vlubg Gr:-uk Vlubg Education Club, Trous- un-r, Vutillion Vlulv. ANNA KEIRSEX' RosAMoNn . .... Winona Y. XV. l'. A., Pabinvt, 2: Ofliver, 33 Plass His- toriun, 2, lip I..-gislutive Vounvil, Po-t-d Studvnt Gov- t-rninent, Zig Hn-vii Vlubg Eduvation Vlub. 66 ' 'O 'iff l.1I'l1OI'S COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS li.-XRMON l'Li'ssEs SANDERS . . . Carrollton Pre'-MPdir-al I'luh3 lflvrniavaii, 13 Fi'e-Sliinan Baskvt- hall, 13 All-Dormitory Bleu-ii, 2. BETTIE AnniE SCALES . . . . , Greenwood Grenada Collvga 13 Grvek Cluli 23 Edu:-ation l'lult 3. N1AURlCE XVALTER SCOTT ..... Luceclale Freshman Track Tvam, 13 Vrnss Vountry Mwlnl, 13 Varsity Te-am, 23 Sevrt-tary. Junior Vlass, 113 Y. M. ti. A. Promotion ljomniittuo, 1. FRANCES LYNN SHEPHERD .... Greenville Greek Vluh, 23 Exvcutivff Vounvil, 23 Y, XY. t". A. Vahine-t, 1, 2, 3g Legislative Counvil, 33 Erluf-atioii lfluh, 2, 3. ANNA E. SHIELDS .... . . Natchez lmgislativs- 1'ount-il, 13 Y. NV. V. A. Cal-invt, 123 Latin 1'luh, 3. OTHO R. SMITH ..... . . . Chunky Hermaf-an, 2, 33 Latin Cluh, 23 Blavkstunr-, 33 Tram,-k, 2, 3. MACK SMYTHE .......... Lake Vpntro Volloge, 1, 23 Hr-rmar-an, 33 Rusint-ss Man- ager of "Mississippian," 43 M. I. P. A. ROSA BRADSHAW TATE ..... McComb Sm'rf'tary Marionvttes, 23 Vive-Prvsirlpnt, Sophoa more Class, 23 Education Cluh3 Greek Vluh, Bridgi- Lfluh. VAN CARLTON 'FEMPLE .... Hattiesburg Freshman Baseball, 13 DeMOlay Cluh, 23 Assist- ant Football Manager, 2. JAMES GRADX' THOMAS . . . VValnut Grove Education Club, 1, 2, 3. ALLEN CAVETT TQHOMPSON, A fb E, l'mverNity Y. M. 4'. A. l.'ommittPP, lg Phi Sigma Tr+'-zisurvr, 33 Votillion Hluh. 1. 23 Y. M. t'. A. Paliim-t, Zi, Marionvttes, 33 Basketball, 23 "M" Clulrg Stutt- Intervollogiate Tennis Champion, 23 Pwsidf-nt, Junior Class. JOHN HODOE THOMPSON, A QP E, Weslaco, Texas Mariom-ttes, 33 "Mississippian" Staff, 33 Troasuiw-r, Junior tflassg Freshman Football, Dormitory Bas- ketball, 23 French Players, 2, 33 Front-h Vlul., 2. 33 Gref-k 1'luh, 33 Four Arts Pluh, 2, 33 Hor- maean, 1, 2, 33 Chairman, Parliamentary Exams, 23 Secretary, 3. 67 f- .5 2 if iz, ry 1 ' nu gi ff '31 nk . J 4- ,Q 5 , , . ,s. , , h 5 f .tiff . -Q .3 3-5 ' ' jf A ..-ffgf: QE rv Q " i if nf -8 .4 Nr T '-vs WI l.1l1iOI'S C'Ul.l,liUli Ulf I.lBliRAl. ARTS lXl.,xR1ANxri 'I'lNlJ.Xl,l ,....... llonston l XX x XV, S. ". XY., 1, 2g Exim-ntiml Vluh, ll. sl. lf. XVAl.Kl-,R . .... . . . Polllntm' film- Vlnlv, I, 3, Zi. '.2llllI'l"llt', 22g 1-Zulu.-:xtinll Vluhg l'xwf-lXle-elivall Vlulu. lam lNl.ua xV.'l'l'lS ..... . Blaine XYmn:m's lmll.-nv, 1, 23 Hr:-1-k Vlul., 11g lfjfllllwnlinxl Vlul., Il. lxxrz l.nL'lsra Yfxuas ..... . . . Vtica firm-li Vlullg Erlm-ntifvrl Vlul-3 Y. XV. ff. A. .3 ' x'f!s5" . .,,,4 5 P RACHFI, lC1,lz,xnH'r11 ZHLLAR, X A fb, Yazoo City ,zf Vlli lvvltzn l'hig l'r.-sid.-nt, 35 Ilrmvn l'm-try Prize-, 1, " 23 IN1:ll'ln114-tl:-sg Sl'l'l'l'lJll'y, Zig "S1'l'CZllll" Stuff, 2. f' Assistant lGnlit1n', Zlg Ve-rsv Iillitnr, "lulSSlSSlIllll1llI," N Zlg Ilntin l'lllllQ lh'pn1'tl-x', llg 1,311-4-lc ljlulng Erluvu- tinn Vluh. I 4 fi? ' 4- I Y - 5' ' Sl HOOI. OF COMlN1I'.RC'E .3 i 9 T' xg Q . gf- p Z. . A. h. BRlNSON . ..... . Montncelln "' E 1,'n1x1l11vl'f'e- Vluln, M C ULIWLR li. Cfylnu' . . . . Forest IlC'l'lllZlE'Zlll, 2 -jx gil- Ai I'1l.0lSli JOHNSON, li I O .... Greenwood Ste-pln-ns Vnllrfgf-, 1. 23 Y. XY. lf. A.g Vfmlllms,-rn-ial ,l Vlullg H4-tn Hignm Hrnil-rm1. I 'w , CARL LOVER ....... . . Lake c'UllllIl1'l'I'i2il tjlulv. . 222 Y . , lnom.-xs C. lNlARsr1.'x1lL .... New Albany tbxmns-rf,-ial Club. 1 'V C". F. MILLER .,...... Crenshaw "l'lIllIlll'l'!'i' lflulvj S1'1'l'L'l2ll'5', Junior 4jon1me1'1-inl , .EIA m'lnsS. v sf: O'rnM,x SHAMAN . . ..... Moss Point l'1'l-5111114111 lfc,-ntl-all and Bas:-lvzlllg I'1'-'sinh-Ill Clzlsg ll. 68 - ll br A Ll x Fx if . T K. f-'S f X- - x W, 4 l.1l'l101'5 SCHOUL OF ENGINEERING M 'f " ELMER I.AwRExcE Bimwxixc . . . Hernando Stuiit-nt Vlizipti-i'. Aiiivriwaii Sm-ivty Civil Eiixliiif-vw. 1. 2, 3, Y. M. 12 A., 1, 2, 3. CHARLES CRAVEN ..... Hattiesburg Em.:iiit-wriii: Vlub, 1, 2 QEEORCE B, DAVIS, II K fb, Croma . . Gulfport Musirztl l'Iulv, 1, 2, Il: Rumi, 1, 2, ZZ, I'i'i-sulifiii, fl, lltiiiim-anti, 13 In-Mfvlny 4'lul-. 1, 2. Ii: Vi1-+--I'i'i-H1- tit-nt, Junior Eiigiilvf-i's, Zig "Mississi1vpi:in" Staff. 1, 23 Vliziiiipion, Lmi'niitm'y I-Tmtluill, 1, 2 FRANK QZRAVES ERSKINE ...... jackson I+'reshni:iii Y. M. f'. A. Vnriitiiitte-1-, 1: Eiigiii-rt-i'iiiu Vlul., 1, 2, Zig T1't':lSl1l'0l', Sfipiinitiun- Eiigiiii-v1'iiig Vlass, 25 Il-'pm'ti-V, I':l1L.1'lIlt'l'1'lIlg l'lul-, 3. LEVVIS FLYNT .... . . Aberdeen Girw- l'Iu1v, 1, 2: Rand, 1, 2 ul Sirviw-t:it'y, 3, Eu- f.:in+-Q-riiig Vlulr, 1, 2, II. GEORGE XV. QEAINES . . ..... Lula ElU:i!1"f'I'il1L! Vllllt, 1, 2, 33 Se-vi'--tary, 2, Trvzisur- f-r, Vlass, 3. ROBERT HUGH Goowix, Grnmn, , . . jackson Ole Miss Bziiidg The 1N'Iississi1'ipi:itisg Musit-:tl Vlulv. ,lL'NlL'S :IQHOMAS JARMAN, Croma, . . Meridian u '-' A, .tx 1, -x A " . , . s S f nj, I 1 XJ Si l .Q K, W .l 4 ,. - ',.. v ii Ax Q' y, E 5 G 'U'-rv Pre-slinizin Ffmtlvzillg Rzixvluill, 13 Varsity Fmitl-ull, ,Q 2, tlimiiizi, Eiixxiiit-t-i'it1g Vluli. 1395 - A J! CHARLES E. JOAES, Gloma . . . Brookhaven Enuim-i-ring: Pluh, 1, 2, 31 St-port.-r, 2, In-M.-my Vluh, 1, 2, 31 Vlnss Vivo-Pi'.-si-lt-til, 2, I'r+-sith-lit, " 33 "Mississippian" Staff, 3: 'Fnylui' Nlmlzil in Muth- viiiatif-S, 2, Cronin, 3, Phi Iiuppzi Phi. ANDREW' D. C. I,l'l'I'1.E, Groma . . . Gulfport He-i'iiizi+-an, 1: 'I':iy1ni' Medal, Ilr:iwiiiu, 23 Vrvsi- th-lit Eiigiiit-vitiiig Vlnss, 23 Exi--'utive l'uuni-il, A. S. B.. 1, Entzinf-1-rim: Vluli, 1, 2. 3, Coifmx M. SMHH, JR. . Gulfport J. RQBERT THATCHER ..... Vniveraity Masrmii- Vluh, 1, 2, Ole- Miss ICIlL5lllQ't'l'S, 1, 23 Musi- cal Club, 1, 2. 69 A, . .. 475 i'S gli , EA A . 5 A SWE, f E? .f ,,, ix f XQQ Z-g, 1 Y . -1 g . 5 I lu '6 l I I - V 1 QV A g,.f 5 l'T 'N L1I11Ol'S Sflltltll. Ulf ENGINEERING GI',oRt:I-. E. 'l'tJMl.lNSON, Groma . . Gulfport RIUIARII li. XVILSIIN, Groma . . Yazoo City In-Molzty lllllll, I, 13, Il, l'l'4'SlflI'lll, 3, l'llllllllI'l'Y'lllI.Z l'lIIlI, 2. 113 Sl'l'l'4'l1ll'Y, Il, Assistant llllNlll"SS Mun- :Iu--I'. "1 llv Miss," 113 Y. M. 42 A., l. 2, Il, l'l'tIIl10- tion l'lIllllllllll't', lg Artist t'ouI'st- t'oInIIIittt-IA, 2, 33 "INlissisNi1IIIi:III" Stull, 1. SCHOOL OF LAVV t'II.xRI,Is l'lRENll.-KM ALLEN, JR .... Rosedale l"I't'SlIlll2lll lfootl-ull. llzisltt-tlizill, Russ-lwzillg Varsity lftmllvatll, 2, il. lg Varsity B:IsvlI:Ill. 2, 33 4':Ipt:Iin, flj "Ill" 4'luIIg l'iw-sith-Iit, 43 Votillion t'l1IlI, 1, 2, l'I"-with-IIt, 33 l'I't-sith-Iit Soplifvliioro- llisvilllilir- llfllll- Initt-It-, 2, Yivt-'l'I't-sielt-Iit Law Vlztss, Il. l'lRl:lll-IRICK Vl'ILI.IAM BRAIISHAW . . Clarksdale Glu- t'lulI, I, 2, Zlg "MissIssi1qIi:IIls," l, 2. 33 Mzirion- vttt-s, l, 13, Il, lizitiwl, 1, 2. 3. ARcIIIcR VVILIIER COCIIRAN .... Baldwyn l"Ul'l1IllQ Blavkstone t'luli. CIIARLRS SIIHIIIII-:RD Cox . .... Hernando St-wrt-t:II'y-'l'rt-:IN1II'I-I', Bl2l1'liSl0llf' t'lul-, 23 f'I'itir-3 Phi Higinzi. 23 l'll1l1llIlll'l, Blavkstom- t'l1IlI, 3, Y. M. 41 A. 4'lllPllll'l, 3. IIRRIQR KENNEDX' . Magee .'XI,BliR'l' C. Kino, A fl' E . .... Ashland Rlqtvkstoiit- Ululig I-lduvation f'lUlDQ Yvlt'f'-I'l'PSld0Ilt, 2g GI-vt-lc Vluhg Ili-I'II1zIe-ang Tl'H2lSUI'f'F, 23 Y. M. ti A, t'nlIiI14-t, 2. 145 Honor Counvil, Law Sf-liool, 23 Gortloii Hull I4ozII'd of Control, 33 Student Puhliva- tion Vounvil, 2. FRANK SNVITZER LEFTWICH . . . . Aberdeen lfootluill, 1, 2, 3, 43 Baseball, 43 Mamigt-r, Basket- Iizill, 43 Magnolia, Vice'President, A. S. B., 5, Presi- Iltfnt, Junior Vlass. VAN MARTIN . .... . . . . jacRson l"l't'SllllHlll lfootlvzillp Frm-Slirrmii Rasf-lmll: Varsity Footlmll, 2, fl, Varsity Baseball, 33 "M" tfluh, 2, 3, 4, Vulllllull Vllllv, 1, 2, 3. Roi' 'I'IILIRs'I'0N MOBLEY . . . . . . Utica Phi SiI:III:I3 HI-fIoI'tn:I' on Flying Squadron VVOrk of Y. M. tf. A. WILLIAM HEMINGVVAY MONTJOY . Greenwood O ' 'fi U87 f LlI'1101'S SCHOOL OF LANV ROBERT PEARCE PHILLIPS . . Carter JAMES HAROLD STEADMAN . . Hattiesburg l"!'vShlllllll i"OOthnll, 13 lfuruni, 2, fig Ilviiinlny Vlui-, 1, 2, Kg Vive-Pl'vsi4lm1t, Juniui' Vlnss, 2-I, "Missis- sipigrnn Staff, lj Spurts Eilitur, 2, Zig Assixtzint Fuothaiil iilulmuvly Zig Athlvlif- Eliilflll "Hin Miss," 12. ERNEST XV. S'l'ENNE'r . . Burns XVILLIAM JOSEPH VOLLER . . . VickSbnrg Hernizu-nn, 13 BluvkstOne1'luh, ' Zig Ifnruni, 131 St'l'l't'lZll'y, Sulnllolllnru Iglllv Vluss ' HARRY M. VVARD ....... Cleveland Greek Vinh, lg S'-1-iw-tain'-'I'i'--nsni-er. If--Nlwlary Vlnl-. 31 1'OtilliOn Vluh, 2g Junirn' Assistant Ifuritligrll Marn- ager, 3. JEROME R. VVILUAMSON . . . . . Duffee President, Second Year Law Clzissg Assistzuil Mun- ager. Mississippi Law lie-vie-wg Phi Siulnug Hin--Iv Stulle. SCHOOL OF MEDICINE A W . ,Jw ' A lf. in 5 . . ,myggv -,, .,,,,. ' JY, fu., 'Q lg at . N UT' K' 3? , rv S., x E EDVVARD MAYO ANDERSON ..... Farr-Nt Mr-divul Flu!-, Hg I-'iw--Me-Ilif-all Vlnlf, 1, :Ig iivrinzn-:rn, 23 Phi Signm, 1. lf 'f VVILLIAM EUGENE .ANDERSON . . . . Forest Phi sigma. 11 Pr-P-M.-iii--111 Vlub, 1, 23 M1-elif-:rl vim., 33 Tl'vi1SUl'1'l'. Vlnss, 3. JAMES NVALLER BATSON . . . Silver Creek A.B., Mississippi l,'Oll--gif, 23 Mr-dir-ui Vluli, 3. S lah: .,, A DOL'OLAsD.BAUOn . . . . . . . Polkvilie 1 Y. M. l'. A. Prunmtion 4'On1initte-e-, 13 ,Xssistnlit in 2 Biology, 23 Pi'v-Medir-nl Vinh, 23 Phi Simnn, 23 g ,fl Mecliwzxl Vluh, :ig Vhuirrnam, Fi,-lil Vlnh, II. :Lf S ,431 JOE ALTON BUSY.-XRD .... . . Meridian Pre-Medivall Vluh, 2g Medivni Vinh, ll. 71 ' 9 A ' ' - s 1 i A-373. . nl' I , 7 I QI i5 -H " V U ' 1 1 r .4 ., y. F 1 is " 4 - -J, . . MJ ,L " - N A .2 : I ' Lll'llO1'S SCIIOOL Ol? MIiDlC'lNli Gijuiusia llfxkklsnx BI"l'l.lER . . McC'mnh M"'li"1ll "ll1l'. 571 S1-fl'vl1ii'y Vlzisf, 115 l'ri--Mvili--:il "lull, l, 2. 'l'. li. liL"il.iak, JR ........ Mm-Comb 5l'2ll1iQli l'lul-, 1, 23 'I':iylOr M1-4l:il in lliulngy, Zig Slllxle-ll! Assistant iii liiiulish, II. 43 Slufli-nl As- sistqiiit in liinl-wuy. lp ll.-Mnlziyg ILS. ll-ui'--1-, ,lg Mlwlivsil l'llll-, GQ 'l'zi5lui' Mn-ilzil Vllllu, Aximiiksrix Y. DON,-xi,nsON . . Oakland ll. li. EOMONOSON . . . ...... D'I.O 1'r1-siilviit. .luiiinr Mu-nlivzil Vlnss. Zig M--elif-:il Vluli, ilg Y. M. l'. .-X.1 I,l'l"x14'1li4'2ll l'llllv, 1, Il. J. II. IIOOOE ......... Vardamzin M.--li'-nl 1'lul:, 223 I'hi Siuinu, 1, 21 l'i'u-M--ilivzil Vluli, 1, 2. PAU. j.xcKsOx ......... Liberty Mwlivail Vlulx, Zlg Phi Sllllllil, 13 l'iw-siilvlit, Snyilin- J 3 ' I nmiw- l'n--Mi-ilivail Vlziss, Lg II't"3Tl'llll'HI Vluh, 1, Z.. N.x'i'iiAx BEN Lkwis ...... Vickahurg l'i'v-31+-1lif'z1l Vlulv, 1, 21 lllwlivril fwlllll, fly IMIMOIHY Vlulr, 1, 12. Sig ll'-riiiaulriii, 1, 2, 223 In-Mnlziy liv- Iunl'lr'l', 2. JAMES A. McCA1.1.L'M ....... D'Lo Me-flivnl Vlulf, 2g Piw--Mi-divnl Fluh, 1, 2. CIRAXVILLF GORDON lN'1fCO1.I.L'M, Mason, Texas Mvmlivzil Vlulv, Ilg I'lw--Me-Ilivzil Vlulr, 1, 2. HON' G. NTCDANIEL ...... Steele, Mn. Mwlivul iflulv, 33 Pi'v-Mwliwil Wlulw, 1. Y. FARRIS lungs MARNN . . . . . . Brandon Phi Sigma, 1, 2, 33 Freshman Ur:'itOriv'z1l Medal, 13 Mississippi Fin- Iiisurnu--v Sn-liOlzu'sl1i11, Ig Vive- l'1w-sid-fiit. Juniur hlwlivzil Vluss, 39 Mmliwnl Vlllll. 113 Ili: Kun Thur Iiles, 3. GEORGE E. Rii.EY ........ jackson A. K M,. Class nt' '19g Medic-al l"lul+, 'ZZHL Mnsimic Vluli, '20, ' A vw f Ll!'liO1'5 ' A A 'I SCIIOOL OF MEDICINE JOE ROBIiR'I'S ........ Xnzon City .E - I"l't'SIIIllllIl lfuotlvull :md B:isQ-bull, lg M1-xiii-:il Cluli, J 5 33 th-ul'uv Hull Club, 1, 121 l"Orllm, 113 I'iw--M1-1l- -Rh iwul i'Iul., 1, 22. 355,-:W ., f 'S FRANK C. RL'ssE1,1 ..... Memphis, Tenn. M--ali--:il Club 313 Asxistzint in Iii--luuy, Zig I'hi SIHIIIII. 1. 2, 133 X. M. 1', A. Pruiuutinil Vuniiiiitti-.-, Zig H, S. in 1925. Jriwsi, IFORIS FIFLTRNER . ..... Salrillu I'I'l'-x1t'lli4'2ll Vluli, 1, 23 llmlivill Club, ZZ. JAMES PUNELI, XVARD . .... XVinOnn lle'l'IllIl4'2lll, 23 Mi-rliwzil 1'l11I-, Zig Plw-Mwliv:iI 4'lul-, A 1, 2. H MARVIN BRISTER VVARE . . . . Jnckmn ,QA IIvi'1i1:1-1111, 13 'I'i'm-lc 'IN-nun, 2, 35 f'a1pt:'1iii, Zig Vu----Q I'1'e-sid.-lit, Supliuiimrv I'i'v-IN1-'nlivnl Clams. 23 IX1.-Ili.-:nl 4 lr 1 1 1 1 I an u 'lu , Zig "M" 'luI1 l"I"SllIIl2lII 'l'i'zi'k. Ig 2- ru' Hull Vlulvg llillllill' Hull Trzivk T1-um. JOHN VV. XVINTER . . ...... Iloulka Ifiwsliiiigili Bxxslu-II-alll, 1: Varsity Haslu-tlizill, 23 Ifrw-sliiimu 'I'1':u'kg Varsity 'I'x':wk. 2, Zig Llllllill' llull Truvk Te-aim, 123 In-Muluy Vlulig "M" l'llllrQ I'1w-- 1 ' INIQ-nlivul Club, I, 23 Mi-ilivaxl Club, ii. ' as ' SCHOOL OF PHARMACY f-, I -,lin . S. K. ARMSTRONG, JR ....... Rnckpnrt ' I'l1:11'1i1:1vy Club, 2, Zig XYIIIIIUI' Ot' IA-xv XVzill:u-ii Prix-'. 22 Winn:-r ur' Vzmswi-ll .Xrinstrmiu Maiyn, 25 I'xw-si- 111-nt, Junior Vlussg I'l1:u'1nm'y lixl-vutix-A P01111--il, 3g Phi Signm, 2, 3. MARION R. BONDS . . Ilolley Springs S'I'I'IVVAR'l' II. BUTLER . . McCall Creek JOHN VVE.-x'i'm:Rs COMRS, JR. .... Terry ' Pin-sid--nt, l'll2Il'Ill1Il'J' Flaws, 25 I'h:1rm:1--y Vlulv, 2, , xg Y. Al. 4'. A., 2, ::. IIULIN R. FRAISER ....... Nnriield We I'h21l'lll2lK'y 1'luI13 Ili-Mulny Club. LAMAR CIIARLES JieNNiNOs . . . 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Rl5Sl'I,l. lmvv . . . 7' 1 l'mm.x SCHUUI, mf ICNGINIQERING . l'n',vi.1r11l v.XRD.XM.KN K. SMH 5 I,Il,l.Y . ....4.. Surwtary Scyrmm, mf CUNINIIQRCII . IM-.vilirzzl I'Rrfx'1'1cr: Nil'l.l.liN . Sffrwlar'y S. L. I7OR'lliNBliRRY . SCIIUUI. mf I,. xu' . 1,I'l'.Yin,l'lIf I.oR.x1x1s 'l'ra.x'r . . . I'.lm.x1um I". RHI: . ....... .X'nn'1ary l'R1c-Mlilmluxi. . I,I'l'Ji4il'IIf Rlclmulm A. S'IRI1lz'l . Sf-frflm'y lhaxzix' A. lIL'R'l . 76 , Snrrlary . Trmyznvr fir 1'-I'rf5i.lr11l 1'i4 f4I'rf5iJn1I . . Tf'4'll,Clll'l'lA I'ifr-l'rr,ci.l1-111 l'if f-I'n',vi.1f'11l . . TI'l'dSlU't'7' 5 ix N i- ' 5'-ff ,. F I M 71 lug" X I fu l ,4f XM' , - ,H X'a- QZFORGE YICIUR JXRRAIIANI XVlI,I,IAM Mlrmx Anxms ELIZABEH1 B. .'xl,liX.XNlJIER lNlARCL'Rli'I' ,-Xl,mRn . . JACK DFXIER BARR . 'I'n0M.,xs II. B.XRRlf'l'l . . 'lkiorxms .AIQIUN Blum-3Rsi,x lNlARlAN.'X l5R1xsnx . . . ALICE LEE HRUXYN . Cfxrvix Sxnin Bumvx . MAUJE ERWIN ISROWV . Pl- E 8 Clas llermunvillc . RiplCj' . . Vaiden . Greenville XVcst Point . Ciulfpurt 'lislimningn . Scimtolwirx . Meridian . Vniversity . lNIcComlw s of '28 LINDA XV. l'lRL'MFlELD ixl,XRI'll.K lil'ii.xmE . RUIHRI XV. liL'l.I.,XRlJ II. C. liism' . . . Iiusrxis ALSIIN HLSH NEw1..xx IS. lirsn . , l'ik'f7F.Nl,X C. CEEXMPBELI. . jfnix B. VXRR . . . S. Ii. f'.XRl"l'IlliRS . Sm.r.iE II. C'rniEx . LOL'lSE Cox . . 77 'fu L . Magnolia . Oxford . -lackmn New Albany . Iillisville . Laurel . . Oxford . Clarksdale . Duck Hill . Uatchings . lndianola -.9 10 lv ,fm i E-x '54, ,fgnnrfl N I P. flRYM,XS . Ir,1.1.rx Crjmmxxrzs . . I Iq ll ,141 A 1 A' 'oo 'VF l 25- Q Class XILXNI fl.XRI.I5l.Iz clK,KlYIfllilI . . . XVQQ Point Irnux NV. CIKAVKIURII , . . Axhlnml . .lVIc'I'icliu11 . P1160 R A. Ilxklrrix . . cllZlI'lx5Kl1llC I l I..x XVRIN Du' . . McC'mnlw R I7. Ilrilfmxlz . . . . . . XVel1lw INIXRIOY III-'x1.xRcr1r3 . . . XVz1ter Valley IRI IIEYIUN . . . . . . Uxfurml XLITPN II. lirkmwrx . . .. lirnth, I,z1. Mrs G. IIOXALII . . . Quitmzm 78 -IA- of 28 P.xL'l, V. DoRsl4.l1' . . . lNI.xR1ox 'I'mm.xs Ifl1l1Ll1tv1.1.N JAMES I.L"lm-:R Iixocus, JR. VARI, IIIQNRY ICvr,Rr1l'r . . 'I'mm.xs J. Ifurrrxurirg, jk. . l7r3Rxmrm flL'R'l'IS Ifrilqlox . III-il.F1NI5R.VifI I'xIiI.'IS . . . lir,nrsR'r Ii. lfraxr:L's0x . . . Suu Inwkx' Ifrnukxnrkkr .Mu CYIYXOK Fox .... AR'IlIIL'R cl0RIIL'KIiS Ifkummx A T-.. . . VVigglns . . Isola jackmn . . Laurel . . . Pachuta . . . . . Como Memphis, Tenn. Merrill . . . Oak Vale Parchman . . . Aberdeen X O ' W, f -4 ' I .ALICE FRIHDMAX . . . OMIIR TL'RxER QIAINES, R. . M.-xRmRI:I' IEIANIIING GRE . VER.-I IiR,xx'II,I' GoImoI.II . V. J. GREEN ..... XVII.I.IAM B. HAMII.'I'0x . I.I20xARII I1-XNIEI, HARIII' . PALIINE HARRIS . . . RIIESA RIQAII IIAWRIXS . RL"l'lI HEAROX . . ANNIE D. HOLMES Tb 'K tx 5. Class of . . Oxford . llrmlkzl CIIFIWJIIUDII Ile:ItlIIIIzIII I.lIllll3t'l'tUll . .l1ll'lxNllIl . Gulfport . . Uxfnrml . . Yaiclen Illdiillllllil . Mvfmnla FRIIXCIQS R. IIORXE . .xI.I3l"R'I' Ilxrzwix' lIL'R'I jnilns ROIII-1R I' JACKSON XV.KI.'I'IiR ll. j,xcoIIs . FRN!-QS'l' PI1x'I'ox -Irmxris Sm. SH-1IY Ii.XL'IM.XY , 'l.IxIIis OSCAR KIRRI,.IxIm Ifblllll-.R NI.XR1'I,XKli'I' KIRK tim' liR.III.nI Kl'lL'Iif'lI,I NIIRRIQ C. KxIr:II'I' . :MIKE II. I..XWLl:SS . 'ag 9 J I1 .,, 1 . Carrie-re . . cvflfilllh . . Helznlli . . . Pace lIt'fII1ZN1VillE' . xvil'kNI1lll'Q,' . . . Uxfnrd Fern Springx . UI'ecIIwuml Melulerllmall . Colurnhin 'bf I lv 7 9 x I A Q S , , QS A6 ' .... 1 ii S ,qi 1 A 3 ROBERT M. LEE . . BARBARA lVlILl.l-IR I.l'1CF'l 'I' XVILI-IY DAvIosoN LEWIS T. J. LILY . . . . ALICE LOCKARIJ . XVILLIAM A. LOMAX . I. SEMMES I.UCKE'Ii'l' . DICK MCCOOI., JR. . XVALTER B. MQDANIEL C. XV. MCDEARMAN . BESSIE fi.-KUSE MCINNIS I xi?- l Class of . Jackson Charleston VVood l :I nd Greenfield Inclianola Greenwood Yazoo Fity . Fanton . Furopzl Aberdeen . Gulfport G. ll. lVIClN10RROL7ClI . . f DoRo'I'IIx' Mx'Rox MQNEII. . NoEI. H. MAI.oxE . . . MAURICE L. MARCUS . . ALTA MALIRINE MASSEY MARSHIE L. lvl.-XL?I.lJl-QN . . . Lexington . llazelhurst . . Darling . . Jonestown . Kosciusko Vllater Valley Jonx THOMAS lNf1IDllI.l-IBROOKS . Rolling Fork IRA L. MORf'2.XN . A. P. lN1UI.I.INS . RIICAR li. NATION . JESSE VAN NICHOLS . . Moorehead . . Macon Yvater Valley . . . Rich ' If ' '74 , 'X M' S45 PAH. RAINFY Ouirs . lVl.-XR'IH.-X J. PERKINS . Brzssnz L. Prrwriu. . L. R. Qulxx . . . GEORGE Nr.lal.Y Ruxrs . I'IxR.-xm A. R.'XNKIN . IC. F. Rmn . . L. B. RExsn.xw . , lVlIl.llRl-D JANE Romikrs . . . jonx FR.-XSIER Romxsnv Gmkrzrs '1'nnM.xs Rmzrixs F45 Class of '28 . fllmrlestnn . St'I1IlI0l5l1l . Myrtle . Lilserty . jackson . Gulfport lluttiexlwurg . . Shannon llnlly Springs . . jzwkwrr . PUHIHIUC llwrn MARIOY SFCREST W11.l.1.xM Ii. S14:1:Rrfsl', jk.. R. A. Slir7RIis'l', -IR. . . B. L. Slumnuknrik Isuc G. Snurrsx' . . IZMMA Ilnmria Snr-:I-lnikn . jxrmss L. Snrurns . . I,x'n.-x Cimvnnx SHIYIERS . M.xk'1'1I.x SIMS . . . V.nm.xm.fxN K. Sxnrn . . Lxmris tinknnx Srmrnrz, jx.. -'J . . Barlow . Sardis . Barlow . Newton . Rosedale Greenville . Iloulka Pnplarville . . Knsciuskn . Laurel . . Kosciugkn I ' f. ' 4 7 ,V SFA x Class of X . ,I I R. SPH-lllllw , Munzivellu R A. Slkrfr-1' . . . . . Yivlvlmrg CIIXRIAII-1 SU. Slkrmxra . . Iiwex IIA I-lkrvwx Swufl-, . . . . iiulfpurt lmlx IQIIIIAXR ,lxklli . . . Blue Mountain nun-xr xVIl,l,l.XNlS 'l'xx1,fn: . , lgI'UllIyNVilIC I XRI. 'l'. 'l'11fm.xs . . . , lndizlnuln XX II mx' f'H.XRI.I4S ,l1lH'JN1.XS . . I,cnkesviIlc v.KI,lI-R RL wr-1. 'l'Rwl' . . . Ncttletfm XX1x1.l,xx1 Vluux Yxx Sxxlrw. . Vrriverwity v V Y K XX1l,Lrxm frRflXlzR XAIIA v junis Dmrn Xo1rI.,xR . jrxmris xVIiI,I.IN1I'lUX XV. xkn Nmmxx XVE.X'l'HI-QRSBY . Ifruxx Lxmrzs XVELSH . I.m'm: Vrkxox XVHIHE . Hrmrik A. XVHI'l"l'INC'ION I.x'1.r: JXXIJERSON XV11.1.1,xx1s joux D. VVII.I,I.XMSflN . S'11xxI,m' XV. XV1xx . . Axmusw ,Lxcksox XV00ns . , . . cwllllillil Yivkxlmrg . Raleigh . Liberty . Fremont . . Uxforcl , , Buda- Circ-enwoml . . Laurel Charlefton . . . Batesville X . f '14 A M' NK X z ,, SQHPAQ I W6 fWff'XM: 2Q4 Qlwsov U X Q y ' 'Fi I? Q. X X , I " I - of MQ 1 vm. + M 'ETX A ' ref ' '74 , X mmf , 25 9 V X .fh- F1'6S1'lTT13I'l Class OFFICSYS lirmknox Rrmcu . . .......... .... . ..... I 'rf.ri.lr11l SALE I,II.l.X .. . . . . I'iw-I'1'r5iJr1zf I,x1,I,1.xw Cox . .... , . . .X'wfrrtary f'l..XL'lJli M. SMIHI . . 7'rra,mn'r "I am a lam' lnru fwwllzr' 111111 m'r1'yll1ingf gory mnlrniry mill: mf-" -Dirkrlls, "David l.'r1j1fw'l'ffffJ." 3+ X ff I fu ' '4f R f 36 AL'R0R,x Lorxsh Almxn . jmlx Ilrmrm Axklvrmx Iixxxxri M.xR1'1w I3,xRl..xx11 VVII,I,I.XM II. Iihknnx . . Arun XV.xRn I-i1l,r,1xm:51,m' Iimmkn -IusHL'.x Iirnzrjx . XV1l,1.x.xm1 II. BUYTIII, JR. . Blissll-1 Ixw HnL'RI,.XNl1 . llxxm, XVr:ns'1'r1R Bmxsox IIARRY BRIXEON . . . j.xx1ris Rrmmxxn Iirmwx INIARY 1.1111 Bxowx . . Class of WQQ . Cireem-ille Wu,l,1.xx1 S. BROVYN . . Nlmlticcllu . . Iiurlnml Im PRICI-. BL'Rnlxr5 w v Y . N2lll'llt'I Mun Iillu-' iixm-'R . . Grcnmlzx . Urecnvillc . Smithville 'I'nrm.xm II. Vluxkk . . Anmry ivan, Q. Cnvrllx . . Monticello Columlwial I . . Hrrmksvillc' I.lI,I,I.XX COX - . . . . . Imglrneal RALPH J. tkxss. JK. JAMI5 P. Ihuf ...... Mrmticello XYII.I,I.XN1 A. ISRHLKI' CH.xR1.l-s Ixuluxx Bvsu ON . . Iurmxs II. C.xx1Pf:r1,1, . . Iixmx RINIII Crmknxx DIXIE Fu' PIQXRI, Cox . A743 Pls.. ' . . . Iuka . . Sanford - . Armory . . Laurel . Blanton Yzwun City IAIIIISYIHC . . Piave . Fayette . Marks Imlizinnla Cuffecville -s -3,2 1 -f Ss I A .5 .4 X mf ' l N 'ffl . I QI ' 074, 7 4 0. KJ Rf' I Nr f 'J DX JOHN I.. Dwxs, jk. . Eslmik RL"m Drixrox . MARY I,0k'ISli Dounou . .IOE S. DRANIQ . . . FRANK Asuufx' linux . URv1I,l.r: Luxor 1'1lWK'.XRI!S C'u,xR1.r:s Buokn Eluxma li. lll1,1.1.xRo I':I,l,lO'Isl' . S'1'r:w.fxk'I' F.,x1Rx1.xx . Eu':r:xr1Ii.Fr1kR1s . . . DOx.u,o R,xx'nL'RxE FRASER RL"r11 CQAINES . . . . llrxru' G. G.xx'1' . i r Class of '29 Urcellville . Oxford IvlliVt'!'5itj' . Lorman . Iiden . . . Gulfport :Xherdeen . Oxford lwonticello . Macon Columlwus . Decatur . Canton: Flrokriwri Hom Rm' llr,1,r.x RL"IIlf10E . RL"l1,ranr:E F. QIRAY x I'1I,IDRlllIZI'. Uokrox V. Mclloxxm, l1.x1.r,r XVxr.1.x.xM lnroxms IIA XV. S'rL'.xRr lluuusox FRANK S. llll.l, . 1N1.XNSliI, II11,1, . IH '1'ol,riN1a IIILI, IInn1oxo II. HIx'1ox,jR lrxcx C. Ilor-Klxs . 'rx' llL'1'CHIY5 . . jackson . Oxford . Xvnyneshoro . . . Marks . . Ukolollzl . . Fayette . Ifzlyette . lilliwille . . Laurel . . Tupelo . Lumlwerton . . . . Rich . Kosriusko X ' f. ' '73 XM' ,ag INIAKY K.YIIIIiRINIi jxcxsrrx F. M. .IOIIXSIUX LESLIE I.. Kris' . . IIURAQE II. Klxxrax' . C'u.xR1.r:s Ii. IQXAPP . Romskf D. I..xMmfR'l . SYDNEY II. I,,xwsux . XV1I.1.1r: K. 1,1142 . Fmuzrs I.. I,m'n . . . Ii.-X'I'IIERINIi N. INIcIf.xR1,.xxn JOHN 'I'. INIcIx'1xRrc . . IZI.IZAI3Ii'lII IE. INICRAIQ . DUNCAN F. MCR,xxr:x' . Class of Q29 . . IIIOFII Clzlrksnlnlc' . . INInrtm1 . Oknlmln . Fayette CIIIIITICSUIII IIZIZCIIIIITSI . Anmry COIIIIIIIIIIS . AIsercIec-ll YV6st Point Ifxirmgtnrm . Uullins bl. Primm' INIACIQE .... INlnuI.ra M.xL'R1xr: IXIASON ICWHLI. C'11,xkl.1as MIL!-is . II.xkvm' L. INIrmRxsox . jxmss INI.xk'l' Nlntxchk . Axmucw I'. ML'I.I,xws . . A. Xfwcrs INIL'RR.xY . . INIARY C'll.xRl,n'1"1ri NEAL I.rcux.uum Iilmpxkn Nmsox II.II,I2U'I' li. Nriwxnxx, JR. Im C. Nrfwsox . . . c'II.XRI,I'IS ROI3IiR'I' PENN . JANE K.x'l'r1laRIxra PIHFIJR niun Church . Kmviusku . . Oxford . Uknlnnzl . . Ifupnra . Macon . jackson . Vicksburg . Puplarville . . Grenada Carlisle, Ill. I I ' fer ' '74 , X M' 4 aa. . ,ci , C'11,xR1.1ss A. P1171'o1cn . 'l'11rm.xs R. R,xMs.xY . J. N.fx'1'11,x's11a1.. Rum . IRA AAVUN R.1'1'1111LrRN . 1111111111 I,. R,x'1'c1,11r . 'l'111in:1oR1g ll. Rnnlrkx . II. lIr'11,11hx R11n1Es . . xVII.l,l,XM Mmupxx Ross . l,II.I,l.XN jr1s1a1'111x1a R1'ss121.1. . l,11N.x l':l.l.liN S.1xML'121.5 . 1.1410 J. Sc,xx1.1w . , S11..1s S. SL'0I'l . . . . 'l'HR1.sA .Al'III'S'l.-X Sk'fJ'l'l' . i sm 3 Cry Class of '29 . ML-ri1li:111 . . l,:1111'el Nluxs lllblllt l'l1:11'lestu11 . Slllllllllf . . l':K'l'll stzxl Springb . . ixllllifj' . Oxford . . lflllll . i211ll'pu1't . I,114'e1l11lt' . Pi1'ke11s Do1'r:1,.xs S111m1-s111RR . l'1..1L'111a M. 5511111 . xlhSSll-L P.X'l'I'X Snixvs . . M.-nun I21.1x. x111e'1'11 '1'H.x'1' S111a1.11Y D. 'l'11,xM1cs . . ,lAMlCS ICDCAR 'l'111uu-i1', JR. Ci11r11u:1a Linn' 'l'm1'xshx11 f'XRl'S B. XV.'x1,K1'.1z . . V11u:1x1.x XVAR11 .... tL1ar1R1:11 Elmw.-11111 XY.x1zw7R Ii1ax'1ox RMN14114 XV111'1'x1iY 'l'11m1.xs XV1.s1.1s1' VV11,1,1.xMs . IIARRY CHANCE VV1x'1'ER Rolling Fork Brnukl1:1ve11 . . lXf11ll'0ll . . J:1cksn11 llattieslmrg . . l"llj't'lIt' . Nlnrtnll . Mmltivellu . . ClCVt'lIlllll . lltlll5l0ll . Ifanyette . . IIOIISIUII VVater Valley JI ' x ss 51 . ' J' x J L, l1 f I N lr ' I: - xxlf I I I IUX ,I X X 1 N 1 'f I I' ' , f 1 X K LL MNA FEATURES e . K ln G EORGE F. HOLM ES CHANCELLOK ALFRED IIUMF PRESENT crmucmwn OUR FIRST BUILDING EARLY L'AI'IDIIS SCENES YISSTIIRIJIXY, uni COED5 OF YESTEIQDAY - . ...!s. OUR LATEST BUILDING TODAY 001395 OI' IODAY L....Jl E I 1 STARR YOUNG Honoring Stark Young, author, essayist, dramatist, critie, native Mississippian and alumnus of Ole Miss, who holds u distinctive position in the world of letters today. His essays and criticisms are recognized as authoritative in the realm of the theatre. "The Blind Man at the XVimlow," "Guenevere," "Maclretta anal Other Plays," "Three Foun- tains," "Flower of the Drama," "Colounade," "The Saint," and "Glamour" entitle him to the peerage of illustrious Mississippians. 1 .cy ,,,1cMh Y 1. ' " -1 -ws ju Y'-s GJ? .and Xve Appreciate- Nlrs. 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Mll.l.IiR President of the A. S. B. Manager of l'niversit5 Theatre Edimr uf the 1910 "Ole Nil President of "5crihbI6r ' f ' gi' L".-Q. 5: af '5 VJ' 5 M -in CH.XRl.lIf li. AXl,l,I-TN fNIAXR'I'II.'X -IAXNIC STIZXX lqlplgnin Iizmhlwqlll, 'gh l'rn-Ninlcrlt uf Student Chwcrrmrmllt twr lrwimlrm "Nl" Vlulw XXVUIHCII KIICURCQIC A. NIvI.IC.XN MYRICS S. Mm-l7Ul'Ci.'XI, I,I'i'NiliQ'Ilf uf the Y. NI. Ll .'X. Ifditur ni the Nlissiswippizin N R 1 ll A .'f'ff7 7 X LEEIVIISSIZQ, grass- -1. :a.,.':-4.tf:, 1 ,, y. i Q, 'J , ,J fi .J L., if , - 'xx--' , CT A 5,-.N ., w 1 .1 r . PM . 1 i fx , 'KA I, X V , X g ,- '. ' ig,-'L,. A yt e' 1, . --- U 1 , V, :- . , , - , .'1Aij'.': . :jf 5 x f, . lj ., 'f','2i,i 5fj:','fg,",j Arfvvj 5-'a'.4 ,Jil-ev:D'1.Q 2- .193 .P 9 5 , I -. rg i J ,X f '.Af:,p: J,:.f:. n-- ',.:.r , ' sa DQ, 0 7 I Q' 3 Y ' A if , Scrufliv Q -' 4 F a f 5 3 '- . F 45 I 1 . 1 I . I. 1 T 3 s ,N 1 H. v . Fx, 9 u 5 'I H ll r f-7 fi G . E Que fi JMLJQ1 F ,, v - I . , , I ' - 1 A I. 1. 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V t i 4X X, 5 Q l'h41ir lug.-Q m light, Pos'-d by 1i4 Il, .w 1!1' ..,-x,U1u.r- -I ruin, ' Miss 4':n'ryv Lev Aslmfure, I wh mn- Jul 111:nl..- his lrrylh. A 1111141 vhwu' I1r51l:1l-- -1115, uhhh is nut Inmuf' Spun:-m', "l'x'nrl1:ltlguninnj' X f 1 , f ' 5-IQ., , 1' f 'Q 1 4 ,J 1 ' f' f f f fu 1, if ' ff ' 4 1 0 f' , ' 0 ,, I , ff f .f X X r f 1 I I L 1 f 2 : ,' rf XX ff! X Q mm f ' 'd ' V,X ff EW , ff f Xkff L ff' ff f 'xxx X xzff fx is MW ' C x I L ., ,":,'i ' V", ' -P XZ! ' fl ' 'VX lb YB!!! A A WMM, , -1 v I, x- NV I7 A T 4 gg jQi4S'Jf5' zffwhw H Wim ff" i i , '!fiVZL,l ' f Ifgff wx , 2154" " Y sw: QQ, X X ,,.f.ff.f,, , A. . ' '- - THLETICS 1 f - F a I! ! far M f in M, 'H I 1 4 r 5 5 4 if 1 64' W-if I 'Q l 4 . ' . ,-' --.....i, I, in Kgs.-. 'W-km ... V '1 'Tok You, on VARSITY, XYE luvla NO 1f12.xR!" lll 5 A 9' .nr A ! qi 1 A .j 'I ca X5 ,f ""x 'll I, ' f. 0-84 ,N ' f' Af' ff LIZTIC SPONSORS. 112 g Fmjl' ElA,L Eff f 1' F4 O I. if XM' y C IIA A veteran nf lmth the tfvwtlmll am! lmwlwull ticld :xt Ula' Miw, um tht- NiIlllt'I' of the Nurrk Athletic' Trfwphy twr 1016, auxlrmlx-tl lllllllllillj to the lwxt nthlc-tv. l'his ix the highn-Nt lumur that can he attained by ll Red :md Blue znthlrte. H5 cumixtvllt work tlm 5.2 merited thi- hnlmr. Rl,IiY XI I VY Il vu h tum' xcnrx, Cllarln-x hm .0 f fs'-Y 1 -Q if A I t t "fx fii.L'i IN W, it . ' 1. ' '74 mf llrmru IIUH, lltfulfll' of .llflfflllj Gle Miss Athletic Heads - v . V - - llnmer Hazel. tuiee elwsen nn XX alter lamps .-Xll-pXim'ru'an hmthall eleven, fame tu tile Nliss iftilll Rutgers to serve as Director ol .'Xtl1leti1's. 'lihe first year of the llayel regime has ht-en a hanner periud in Red and lilue athletivs. l'nder Ilan-I's tutelage, the Nlighty hlississippians hid fair tu rise to even greater heights in Southern athletirs during the Corning year. llzwel has nnt nnly served as l7iret'tnr of Atlileties, hut alsn as Head foaeh of fontlvall and hasltethall. The new Mississippi mentor nas ahly assisted in funthall hv Dave Bender, a former teammate. Cuaeh Kenneth Yinsel performed the hasit' wnrlt in preparing future Red and Blue stars hy tutoring first year teams in fonthall and hasltethall. Vinsel also served as Head 'liraek tliaeli. Pete Shields joined the llavel tnrees in early spring tu again direet the destinies of Ole Miss in hasehall. Miss Martha Ida XYiseman, Direetnr nf Athletics for VVmnen, again coached a suet'essful eu-ed haskethall team. The Athletic Committee jenm, XVii.i,iAM liimixrzwxv, fflmirmnn Panty WI. XV. lilfll. Pram. T. C. Kmnknfzu Pam-'. ll. M. fiAbI:R l.. A. SMHH, Alumni Representative Ntmis Mnsrm, Alumni Representative ll. S. Iavscnms, Student Representative 114 ,INC-. Q, 5 lug 7 X kt x Q fi- ,lx a Z? fr. agp .. 1 3- -I. ' L 1-u. TENNIS L'H,XNIl'lON. IIS o 4 ' H4 yo- pwg? Q1 f mm . 'Sf XVI-.KRVRS UF TH! Nl H6 4 F4 'A ff ., Y X5 211. V. X. ,I Y ,. X . X 1 Bb . . .-QTY!! I I X X " in Q. f , ,ii Vwjd, ,mx X 'A . 1 M . X e N 1 gf. ' f 1 41 .W X . "- X Q i iw P' H 'f X - 2' 'X K - ...L .5 . f 5 X. ff r ., -.y N 'Q - I X X5 fl ., , A 4 'A I Vgftkfhi Ia'-.1 'X 11 lv' ' f " - ff ,,- N 'E .1 "X ,X x. jf! H' ff "Fl XJ 5: z ' , . . N ,- .A X J' K' " ' ' 'K 'Y : f , - 1 , f V. . :Q i J Z? K Xxx? ,Q f JA r ing f., I f X. 1.51 ,. , ,g if VM" . x f ff . a qf, df :vm WM wif fi' ' ' ' n,4f-Jar' W LL-111' ,X 53 W , f X- ,cz V T151 hh E , ,H lg'-fp-L 07'xfffL5f,4 ' 2. X., 1512- ig ,Ji frlfig 1 10.21.4411 ' ' 2 1, . x 'X 1 . IA- vet fir -14 , f1 ,.2' ff .1 ' A . " ' ' A . ,fn .H I L- I fr-I 'IT 4,5 L 1 ' - '- ,- :i .411 Lg I I - , f".:z7 '?', YW? .fi- . -sr' . f.. 1 -V 7 J TH13 "M" CLUB II7 Zvf I ' r. ' 'fb XM t ix"-il-.I" iii Q l'fPfH'l'?.'XI,l.lfY Homw UNH 'l'mmL'r:11 'Hui BARS. r cn IIINIZ fill Uv: or Ilxs II!-1Am.mH'1 Pfxssl-is An.-uxs'l' VANU 118 o Xxx ' ffffv X F FOOTB XLL SQL XD II ,dy , 5, , fel' - , 1 ii V 061311590 Great Gfid Season Closed With Victory 21-0 ttllttltl wi itil . -. mluons ARE mms tt-mls tntsst-u tj: 5 .4 - .wt 'f MINOKS IN FINAL I l - K 4 V GAME or susort 'l I . oisrtttssrtitart Q, o' o-, ----'f-55 fe- 'r. " t -'M-1 - .WINNERSOVER JM fi---'-'lik-ftffllkfff-ff B5-fkfflf T'-4-fQd9wf',- -- ' i'- fit tlll'tli'11't' l'L't'.N Illllly-.mf Liv-i2.':.?T-M Htiitf Ut Dchfut gut iilim sg jg fi? . . lijfiff' iwttzrt Ole lwiss Hy 7 'Iwo Q -iislf' . f t' f t t , .,,, ,,.. t,t,,t, t V N Q Iii rl, it' , A. RQ5 Y thtlittpzxl. 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QQ"-f' M,-fs ,tf -H-i as Vgndy fl BH-EEK t 'MiLLs.tt-342550 1 team Ready ,ff lf 7-o l t a t ' 1ss.Tean?1itv oo'oV me i -EMS 'ii-i""m ii"i"""i'NW"'l'l'V '2 'o" C10-an occ-fegi i OLi3'Q.2igfSci?titLLANT1.Y iii ."'t" ,VN 't-!i'.'.-'tl'-if "il 1'?5E1'1te,t'1t'z1' i L IN LAST PERIOD '0wZtt'tttlmetl '- "fnitts'a?f'f.s1ff--F7--- - t t, -- ltttettvfll . , Rt-0 I ,,'. .I' X' ,L ' " t. tag, V -. . .' it t bull' K i',iCNCn' ' - L,ttiilf',2ttfV1f:i2':fif't i-itliihi' ' -' Bt- 0 9 4 ttttttt tgf' o,., .int .,W. it-at-wg:':t,Q-lit:-tfx:-,.foggy rt ,- 7. - - biiTNTt,,.Qttt5-P-,055 Mgtlaiiiixl' U L I OLE MISS ASVV.-XMIJS .lUNlQSBQRO 53---0 VINSFI 'S FRCDSH RUN RMT GVFR2 T, lol 9 Season S 65111116 .K nt'xx rt-i4imt', with Iltmtt'i ll:tzt'I iii t'ttmi1t:iittl, mxttlt- its tlt-lint :lt tht- ivlllXt'lhlly t-t Mississippi ln tht' I':tlI ttl ISHS, With it tuttiit- zt lit-xx' l-Vztlitl ttl tttt-tIt:tll xt ilittit' tlittisxtit-tl ztttqtt-lt, tt tl--lt-iist- thztt ttllltl lit-t ltt- sttlxt-ti. .Xhtl sllttt-rs uns tht' l't-xx:ni'tI ttti' tht' il1it1:tl t-IItti'ts tit lI:t7t-l zttitl ICt'litlt-1' t itist- tilt- Miss lltilll tht- rufli. tllt- Miss tht Kliuhty llississtltgtiztlts ?tQilllI tzthtt' iilttt tht' iilllvillilt intl tht- '25 st':tstth wus tht- mttst stittttsstttl siiitt' sht' txzts tttiisitlt'i't'tl tt ltgttlt-t' in Stttilltt-1'h ::l'itliioit tiI't'lt-S. Stztrtiiiu ltti' tht- tirs! timt- lllltivl' t'tt:tth II:wt'l, til. Miss rttllt-tl 7.17 ptliitzs ttt tht' tXi'lt:tits:ts Aquit- tt in tht- st'ztst'i1's ttpt-nt-1' tilt tht' tstiititits 'l'ht'i1 tl.t- Mississippi tits rztinltlttl tttt'i ttt Austin, xxht-1 tht-y txt-rt' I-l:thk-'tl 25 tt. tl ltt' gt ltttt sun :tiitl :t stittttu hunt h ttl 'l't'x1ts Ihtiiultttriis. 'l'l1t 'l'-'mths txt- ht-ltl stttrt-lt'ss in tht tirst hztll lit tht' llqtzt-litt-s. ,Xuniltst 'I'ul:tiit' in tht- thirtl uzilitt- ttt tht' xt-ni, tllt Miss tlitl st'iut-tliiliu ntl ttlht-1' Stttilhtrit t't'ii tt'i't'titt- tt-:tm wzts ztltlt- tt- tit' ill tht- st-nsttil. Slit- sttti't'tl .t Itlllt htltttth :xuztlnst tht- t!i't't'i1i-'s. Itlll his tl tt. T. ttxt'r-t'ttiititIt'litt- hurt tht' I2t'tl :mtl ltltit- :thtl tht' l'iiittit l'ititt-rsity u.ttti-. txhtvh Sttllt Vtliltll Niall T-tt. 'l'ht' sttttt-'s t-lztssit ttgztiii txt-lit ttt tht' Mississippi Auqivs, This tiint- ht :t ti-ll st-tart-, tht' tttut-h tlttxxii lit-ins tht' rt-sult til at patss in tl1t- tihstl pt-1'itl:I, .tltt't' th1't't- ttliztrtt-rs tll tht' stultltttrilt-st ltiiitl tit tiuhtiiiu hntl lit-t-11 st'fii't-lt-ss. .X loss thztt wttttltl h:txt' lt- t-it :t xit tttiy it Klississipgti t'tlttltI hstxt ltllhilvti tht' l-:tll tlxti' lit-ht tht- ttxt tztrtl lliit-, txht-it slit- t-:ti'1'1ttl it txx1t't-, xtats tht- Xztlitlviltllt Quint' tht- tttinmtttltlit's ut-ttitiu il t-tr tlt isittli lil this tttiitt-st tht- IX1'ssissi1tpi:t1is suri-i'ist'tt tht- xthtllt- South, :ts ttltttltqtll lttlltmt-rs tx't'1t txpt-wtiii: :t Vziiitly xtztlk-tttt-V. tliit- xxt't-li l:ttt'i', St-xx:tut t-'s 'l'iut-rs xxttrt- txt-ll Itl't-I-:art-tl tttl- tilt' Miss :tlitl Utnll lty tht- iiizilittrity tat .t :tml :tt'tt'r ttttivlitlttxxii, ll'-fl, 'l'ht- Vlitwtztws t-t' Illississilllvi t'ttllt-uv vattluht tht' 1ttt'i1 ttt Il:tzt'l tm :iii ttll'-tlztt itlltl t-ststpt-tl xtith t lft to T livkiiiu. lit tht- littiit--tttitiiliu lt'1ltlll't', tilt- Miss, lt'tl lty Allt-11, t't.ht-11 :intl Alurtiii, rztti ttxti thtt St-utlnxtt'stt-til Lynx :tt :t 221 ttt tt tlliit-. A t'ri1tplt'tl t'lt'xt'ii tztt-t-tl tht- Millsztps Mzttttls tm 'l'11i'ltt-5 Inu XX':th .ltthmix lmxis stztrriitu iii tht- sul--1-ttlt-, tht- lit-tl :tiltl ltltit- t'ttnt'lutlt'tl it ulttritttls stttstlit ltt t,-.-1111-'lim tht- Mttjttl-s fl tt. tt, 'I'llt Jllllt' uns :t littillu t'Itist- tu tht- iiitust Hlltt't'S5illl ttttttllgtll st-:ist-it lllt- Bliss ll:ts hztti ill tht- pats! 'il"Jl'it 120 t R I t 5 ff ' f. ' '7' 'ji--5 H' f f ' '- HTH!! Klflitll-'lfu Captain John Mustin llllfffllltf' As a held leader, "Bat" lilled the shoes of eaptainey hy using good judgment at all stages of the game. AS a player, he was the most versatile on the squad-playing halfhaek, end and quarterhavk with equal ahility. Mustin had the honor of heing the only Southern player to st-ore a touehdown against the Tulane Greenies. Captain-Elect Webster Bur f1ll'lIfl'I' The 1916 captain is a natural leader and is expevted to do his stuff as pilot of Nlissis- sippi'5 second grid entry under llomer lla7el. liurke was the "thunderholt" of the famous Ole Miss line. lfrmn Texas to Vanderhilt, he tore opposing lines to shreds and always passed the hall to the hacks in true fashion. Alert, aggressive, consistent-these qualities made XVeh one of the most feared snapper- haeks in the South. XVC prediet All-Southern honors for him next season. Charley Allen Q111ll'lt'rf1r1z'K' Charley has heen the mainstay of Red and Blue elevens for three years. lNlany gains of other hacks were due to the heautiful inter- ference furnished hy the hig Mississippian. llis "Million Dollar" toe was always resorted to when other methods of advaneing the hall had failed and rarely did he miss hooting the oval through the hars. ke CI, 3 .af N . X s . h . sv aj ,.,.L,U I ,1 ' f-t I '-1 4 3 . .' A als- " -- urbivvtgu snr A-pst Q 46 .lf ii I ,,.'9 ' , , ' ffl I a'xLPf'LSa'!F V v '. ' - - . .Q-. ,- Ju, , l 1. 143' .ri 'z---- our- till ,xllss IX 'll'X,XS 1 l, W- '..1 'uv l3'i"" .. 1' " i .',s ,f G95 A. H. Applewhite hm! lihis hip.: lwlond has proved an important part ol the line that struck terror into the hearts ol every team opposed. As an end, "Apple" has not a peer in the Southland. Un the defense, he is like an express train. Alter lieing -hilted from taekle to end, Appleuhite proved himself to he a terminal of rare ahil- iiy and :Xll-Southern is the least we expeet of him during.: the next two years. Lacey Biles llrlfflmfl' I.aeev is one of the Heetest haeks that ever xvore the eleated shoe for Ole Miss. Arid it van also he said that he possesses a large Sup- plx of foothall nerve. Playing under adverse eonditions thronghmut the season heeanse of a had knee, liiles never stopped in his end running speeials. A fraetured shoulder de- nied him the opportunity to repeat his record run against Millsaps. Solly Cohen lsllfflillfi .-Xll agree that Vohen is one of the greatest lwarks ever produced in Nlississippi. Vandy said he would shake the walls of Rome: Se- wanee said the rocks of Ciihralter would tumhle from its hold at the rushes of the great Vohen. Solly is one of the hest defensive tullhaeks in Dixie and his plunging is even greater. XVithout a douht, "Stonewall" Cohen is the hest het Mississippi has had in years for an All-Southern seleetion. Dick Cook llllffflllfil' Diek hrought his weight and speed from the hills of Tippah to help make Ole Miss a foothall team. Though playing his first varsity hall, as a hroken field runner he looked good for years of service and miles of yard- age. Un the offense, he is a constant threat and on the defense he is 170 pounds of con- eentrated power. X . fu l '4-, GIIZBUNS UF SIZXYANIEK IS S'I'HI'l'l2lD HY S.XI.I.Ul'NI Bob Davis Tzzcilc One of Mississippi's strong 'fsilent" men of the gridiron. Such a man is liob Davis, but his strength speaks for him when he is at tackle opening holes in the line big enough for a wagon, or on the defensive covering his territory like an all-timer of everywhere. "Hooger" has another year and we know from past performances he will play the role of a star to perfection. V811 Martin Illlffflllfk This fast, hard-hitting halfback from the state capital is earning a reputation in the South as a man to be feared. Selected by leading sport writers as an all-state back, and standing well up in conference scores, Van's football career still has not reached its great- est height, as he is coming back next season to show opponents how football should be played. T. Prince Czmrrl "Tubby" Prince was one of the most re- liable players of the famous lille that Dave Bender developed at Mississippi. He did not confine his efforts to opposing linemen, but was also a menace to enemy backs. Prince possessed the same fighting qualities as his side-partner, Burke. The "Shuqulak terror" is expected to continue his good work next Ed Reid Qzzrzrterlmcl' VVonderful head work and generalship, combined with unusual ability at passing. has made Reid an important factor in the llayel machine. just to show what he could do in the way of broken field running, he stepped out with a 55-yard return of the initial kick- off against Vandy. Injuries kept him out of the game the latter part of the season. 59115011 9-sl ue fe:-2. f..-iiF32gQS1f'-v 'M'-K .. 'f Si sz. " 'fi 75' 'fire A'T-'ff1e1w:,,-fag rm aff"i ' we g.. ' W- - 1. '74 MM la. J x ull ' x I I -'f "'.' ' " X ly 5. D- L I4 -, Gu, " . X . .. 'u. I J' 1' -Qu' ,- ' P !x . ' + 4 N B ' . if, s -J-L, , 'T' - ' .xi 7' " y ll w i ' if-gl1"v . i' .- v i 'V i ' thx.-s. -'A' -.' .ii 'SXV 'tj "Wit 4- 'Q',e'5'w '-"'hs "Y-.isdn-3 74, sw-'W -. t , - . Y x . 4 - , 1 Q - , i IQA QV' 4 v I ,Y -my-0 ""'-.Q 4 . U Y., ' .i . ..:..f'.... ' - . t. ...A ,r - , w r...- - . .ww ' wf-- .. - ' N K W I - ........,. -x L.. on-1l'una....-4.,.1..1.L..tif3 "'rnr f'U.Xl.H Mltchell Salloum Tm'Ht' 'l'he return ol' Sallonnt to Ole Miss was good news to all followers of the Red and lilue. 'l'he tackle work of "Slocum" was even greater than the work he did on the '23 team. K 'l'he enemy was always vexed when the hig tackle entered the game and lew plays oc- curred hut what he figured. Salloum was J an unanimous All-State selection. 1 V. K. Smith A Y ,J D. V . -vpiv . V, .- qgayfe ,. I J ' X if 'f ye .'-if ,,M J--, ,. 'G' A 'Q' . 4 . , X "' v:1,.,.,-.Es 4' ,y " . 'J-F-Q ' C f I1 ard Y. K. was the outstanding guard in lNlis- sissippi foothall. llis powerlul drive swept opposing linemen nfl: of their feet. Sport writers were unanimous in their choice for Smith for All-State. Much is expected of the hig hlond in the two years he has lelt at Ule Bliss. Bolb Thompson C 1111111 lioli played for Ole Miss in ye olden days. After developing two crack high school elevens, he returned to his Alma Mater and when llomer llayel came to Mississippi he decided to again try' his hand on the grid. 'l'hompSon was one of the most consistent workers on the squad and played regularly throughout the season. Ile handled all op- ponents without sustaining a mark of injury. John Wlndham End The "Great Stone Face" was one of the deadliest tacklers of Ole hliss and never failed to play havoc in opposing hacktields. ,lohnny"s work is a good example of what can he accomplished hy consistent work. ll is hoped he will take advantage of his re- maining year of eligilmility and return to offer his services to the Ilayelites of 1926. X ' f. 4 ' '74 xv. if A. 5 Q 05g 50,44 No 5 5 fi, F., 2 ,, arf-'f. ., 5 A 54' -- V., , ! 3 "af, ., ,...,, ., QQyM,., ,V V. 1' i'gg,,.,Nn 'Q N52 U. ,up I 5 E I 9 1' o F' If N 52 A 1 fi f la. 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' 'f', M f f br Basketball, 1926 k ' , jg '-llllf basketball team that representetl Ole Bliss during the 11325-26 season B' was probably the best that ever representetl the Retlnantl Blue in the cage lt gb 'A tl sport. Captain liob slohnson, who elosetl his collegiate basketball career, li playeil steatlily throughout the season and lecl a team that was the admira- N 'v.'. ' tion of all llixie. Ile took his place with the outstanding players of the South when he rauketl thirtl among the high scorers. Still more faiue came to Blissis- sippi when l'l'otts" slohnson, ex-captain anil forwartl, was chosen on every All-Southern five at the Conference tournament. l'sing wontlerful floor work anal an uneanny eye, "Potts" won atliniration from every sitle. "lle is ever the greatest basketball machine l ever saw ancl is nothing short of quick poisoning to the opposition," saitl an Atlanta writer about the Ole Bliss flash. The accurate scoring man that kept Ole Bliss in the winning column was "Shep" Traxler, who leil the Southern Conference scoring during the regular season. "Cooter" Cutrer was largely responsible for the progress of the Ole Bliss team. Opponent's low scores are tributes to the ability of Cutrer to keep the ball from the opposition. Cutrerls running mate. Captain-elect "Rosy" Bryson, was the fifth of the "Five Horsemen." The leatler of next year's team never failed to play a beauti- ful running game. The popular wrecking crew composed of "Slim" Lee, Terry, Uvinter, Burke anal llrinson always turnetl in a gootl performance when given the opportunity. Only the greatness of the "Five Horsemen," prevented Coach Hazel from throwing these men against the opposition regularly. The results of the season tell of the success that Captain johnson anal his men enjoyed. Some of the features of the season were: "Shep" Traxler broke intlivitlual scoring recortls by ringing 311 points against the Tulane Greenies. Bob .Iohnson was thirtl among the high scorers of the Southern Conference tourna- ment with 34 points to his eretlit. Coach Homer Hazel usetl four teams in defeating Southwestern 54-14. Ole Bliss was the only team that tripletl its score on ati opponent in the Conference tournament, defeating Sewanee so-io. lfarl "Potts" slohnson was chosen as a forwartl on the All-Southern basketball team. ReS'L1ltS of the SCEISOI1 Ole Bliss 44g Arkansas Aggies Ole Bliss. . 323 Southwestern . 20 Ole Bliss 42 Arkansas Aggies Ole Bliss. - 5-li Bemis HY" . .28 Ole Bliss 44, .lackson . Ole Bliss . . 54g Sewanee . . 28 Ole Bliss S5 Southwestern . 3 U16 Miss 24' L. S. if QIDI AT Sot'THERN Coxraaexciz Ole Bliss 43 I.. S. lf. . . Ole Bliss. . 5og Sewanee. . . . 16 Ole Bliss 465 Tulane . . . Ole Bliss. .373 Georgia Tech . 24 Ole Bliss SI Tulane . . . Ole Bliss. .235 North Carolina 38 Ole Bliss 33 A. X BI .... W Ole Miss 32 Aplhmlm 4 I I Toru. beoizis FOR Smsox Ole Bliss 35 Alabama . . . Ole Bliss . 7313 Opponents . . 403 130 K 1 Q 6- st J D lflfgl' L' -ff lx? X . Q H4 f X Xklx SUl 131 K' Xl"l' XIY XY Xlil T' ' V ' 'TlR.M'K, in itx wrmul yczlr :ls :1 major intcr- A fl a'rvllvgl:1lv Npwrt :lt Ulm' Nlisx, 1llll'1ll'lt'll gn-all ly ll, 'gl lllll'l'Q'Nl in 11135. l'u:u'l1 Kl'lllll'Ill Yinwl hull lzlrgm' Nquzulx xxurkillg in lm-will ll'1ll'lx Illlil .-I ---QU fivlml llVlllll'llll1'IllN. Scvvrzll ul ilu- lI'Ll1'loI1'l'N llll'll1'il in NlllK'llKllil lN'l'lllI'lIlllIllQ"i llllflllpl llu' wznwn :llul ilu' l'lllll'1' Nququl gnu' tlu' lll3IH'1ll'lllll'1' nl lwlng llu' "xll:nlxillg,fC' ul ll'1ll'lx NllIlI'4'lIlXlL'N :lt Nllwlwippl. Ilwpl-N :uv lllgll llll' ll'lli'lx NlIl'l'l'NN :lt Ulm- Nllw l1l'l'llllNt' ul Ilu' xxululwllnl Nllllhllljl maulv ln ilu' ll'K'NlllllSlll trqlvlx Nflllilll mluring 1915. lNllllClll'lll'll1llxN, l.illy, Nlm'C'l1:l1'm-ll, liurrcll, liillingxxxurtll, Smith :uul fllllIl'Il zlrv :ull lilwlqx K'llllll'I' pillll :uul Hrlcl lH'I'llll'lllt'l'N nl ilu- lligluwt KlK'j.fl'l'l'. 'I'lu- lint luur ewxlllmlvwml :I l'l'lllj lcxnn Il1:1t mulx N1'l'UllKl plzum' in tlu- - Suutlu'rn c'Hllll'l'i'Ill'l' l're-Nluuzm rn-lazy nuwl :lt Jxlllllllil. ln 1 3 ilu' l'c'lntg1Il141lul1 vuntwl Nlngrml lu tllillfll Yinwl, "'l'itn"' Lilly mm-ml nlmrzul ul lxlllllllQ'l1l'UUl'xN tu um tlu' Nllvrr loving rup. Uh- Nliw lust tlu' lint clunl mort of tlu' srzmnm in New Urlvzms, xxlufn vllllllllll' lvlllYl'I'Xllf' tmnlx Illlli' out ul lmlrtc-ell lllx! plzum-N In will lrmn tlu- Rl-ml llllll lilm' lwy :1 7:-.go wfrlw. xvllfl' :uul Sum xwrr ilu- lwxt ,urtlmlu-iw tm' Nliwlvippl. ln :1 llllllllllg' lllllNlllllg plullgv, XY:l1'c- mlm thc .220-f1ll'll ll1lNll raver lXlllt't'll, ilu' 1ll4t'1'llli' llmll, in an rzuw, IIVXKNIIIIIJVI' l'i'pHl'lQ'l'N ull-vlgm-d, tu lu' mu- nl tlu' prvlllwl vver Nt nga-sl in tlu' i're'wclll fity. lXl1llll'll'K' Sum, 1liNI:1lu'c lllllll, tweak tirxl ill the lun mile llllll Nt'i'Ullll in tlu' llllll' VXCIII. flflllll :xml Uulwr nun llu' lllgll jump :mal xlmt put rc-spcrtively. ll 'c Yi. 1 ?, . Q - 1 W1 I ' I I l Xvfxkli Sclxlrlknlxrm lxlfl-l'--'NY Sprinlf Ilurlilfs lfroad Jump I32 X f ' ft f 'l'II Ii I-'INISII 'I'he Southern Cltznnpinnx from Mix-iwippi A. K NI. were tnn mueh Inr the inexperieneerl I mverxltx' team antl the Real and Iilne men xx ere fnreetl tn talte the ftmnel entl nl 'tn QI NLWITC. . .Him 151, Ihe men nt X mxel met the teams nt Nluxtvtppt College and Millsnpx in a triangular meet In C'lintnn. :Xt this stage nf the seawn, the Ole Mlw team hall rnnntletl into itx lwext Iurnt. Sltnwillg equal ahility in traelt anll Iieltl event-, the Iativerxity emerged vietnrlmlx nver her Ntate rivalw lu flllllllllg np a total nl 60 pumtx. INIINNISNIPPI College ranked xeeuntl with 53, uhile the Nlillxapx tntal was 19. C"aptain-elect xxlllft? wax again the Ule Miw Ntar. Sullie Crain antl Uwar Gnher upheld the Real and lilne at the Southern C'nnl'erent'e meet in flllllfflllllllbgll hy placing in the high jump and shut put. I I ,I Rtsst I,'I'S Ulf' Iltyxt, Mrilvrs: Ole INIiss IAI New Urleansl .... 40 3 'llnlane . . . 7: Ule Miss IAt C'ampnxj . . . :5',g A. X M. . , . S62 Ol M-Q l . l ,IMIM College . 52 6 lv IO 'IINI1ll5apx . . , IQ i' ' ' J I I I F414 1' gl I A-.X A V I ' 3 4 ' i . F ? I ,, If 1 IZ J' z at , 'i I Q. -- Q e,i,-.,,4,.1,e,.t M-. , Sc0'r'1' IVIUREIIEAD XKIINTIQR Dislanrr Ilixtanrr Midfllr llislanfc G 3- T feilffl' 1 4 9 E m, ,e ., f'Y Y 1 N f K . 1 ii . fi ' f4p rl .keine Arriax Tnosn-sox -or Mississippi honors. The "Fight Tennis NVith the eonstruetion of new courts, tennis came into its own at Ole lNTiss during the spring of 1925. The Red and lilue raequeteers showed inereased spirit and try-outs for team selections were marked hy hotly eontested games. Allen Thompson and Art llofl survived the Competition. These two t':ll'riecl the hopes of Ole lkdiss in lmoth the singles and donlwles in the state championship. The Mississippi State Tennis Tournament was conduet- ed on the loeal eampus during the first week of May. For two days the racket handlers of Mississippi College, Millsaps, JK. K M. and Ole Miss waxed the hall over the net in their efforts to sustain the seorers elimination. The final Count .liowed Ole Miss in possession of the singles championship and honors in the doubles being eontrolled by Millsaps. Thompson and llofl displayed hy far the best form in the singles. Both of these men eame through the semi-finals with victories and so teanunate met teammate in the finals in' Yankee" went down lwefore the elever strokes of his Com- rade in this mateli and to Thompson went the state singles title. The llztrris-XV:-st combination if Millsaps reigned supreme in the LlOlll1lt'5COIIIPCITTTOII and the spoils of these matches were Carried hack to the lN1a.ior vamp. Prospects at Ole Miss for 1926 md Blue will more than likely he of the '26 net men. are indeed rosy. lieeause of unusually keen rivalry, the Red represented hy a four man team. Great things are expected 'lil u Q, X THE TENNIS COURTS 134 K 0 K! ! fffff A 4' A-Q 1 f ,,Xg'n" '- .,V -ff""'! ,,,' if! XX X, S1 ncmse: Hmm X COUSR WUI W UH hp X, i. - d U 30l1"f22QfZ 6 N V x, as 'rf-1' F52 P Nhlh lL.Ehg3,hix,M l3,XSIfl3AI.I, SQLQXII 35 I N. a ' r. ' 'f' XM' ,.. .a S ,' kr iq Vi , !3f,,., A ' Q 53'!14P,J 1, Coaf ' f 017 If , '731 6 . v' W9 jn- -f Y ,R J. l I MUSflHL 7 ' Wood 55 M G 1 1? 1 F i v 1 A Z n' ry ' . 'Ahfw-A Qffvvlfi Ifggorp J 'Q ,eu - , 'H' -f J' ff-si 1 flllery C SUM!-I Ulf 'l'Hli Y.XRSI'I'Y l'liRFURNIliRS OI" IQ25 X-ft 'ef 36 K x Q 6- , 4,0 br '11-,X X 1 K ' lf!! IAM' Baseloall Letter lVlen of 1925 "REU" XVH1T1'1NGToN, 11. -I. XV. BlL'S'I'IN C. B. A1.1.15N, L. lin S1e11111.1-iv, RI T. Bl.-XRSHALI., 111. VAN BI,x1z'1'1N, lf. BIARSHALI., 213. C. lf. liizioos, 1 ll. BVoo11,SS. sl. XV. lC1,x1oR12 1 F. S. l.121'Tw1C11, 311. T. BBYRICIIT, 11. Bl. Bl11.1.s1'1:.x11, 1.11. Results of 1925 Baseball Season Ole Bliss, 12: Blillsrips, 1. Ole Bliss, Q, Blillsups, 7. Ole Bliss, Q, lfnion l'11ix'e1'siry, 2. Ole Bliss, 111' Lvlllfbll l'11ix'e1'sity, 1. Ole Ole Ole Ole Ole Ole Ole Ole Ole Ole Ole Ole Ole Ole Ole Ole Ole Ole Bliss vs. Bliss, 4 Bliss, 4 Bliss, 3 Bliss, log Bliss, 5 Bliss, 7 Bliss, 8 Bllss, 7 Bliss, 2 Bliss, 3 Bliss, 3 Bliss, 3 Bliss vs Bliss, 1 Bliss vs Bliss, 5 Bliss, 2 A. X Bl. A. S Bl. 1 lll111o1s l1'z1111J. BBYlSC0llSlll, 2. BBvlSCOllSlll, 11. Blillsups, 4. Blillszlps, 5. Blississippi College, 3. Blississippi College, 11. Tiilzme, fm. Tulzule, 4. Alalvaina, 61. Alz1bz1111:1, 4. A. X Bl., 2. A. S Bl., 4. at cll't'CllXVfJ04l f1'r1i11 A. 11.. ,. lieiitueky, Keiitueky, o. 11, 137 at Stzirkville ffilllll ' fr ' '74 , X M April Ahpril April April April April April April April April l Baseball SCITCCILIIC I--llliuuis. Czuupus. 2-luwzi. Campus. 3-luwzi. Llzuupus. S-Wvisuiiisiii. Llzimpus. fi XVismi1siii. Campus. 4JfAl1iIlN'S fllillikiu. Campus. lUL-I1iI1N'S NI illikiu. Czuupus. lflxrlilllilllti Campus. I7frlillllillt'. Campus. 119-l.. S. l'. Campus. April April April April April April Klziy May llzly IXIIIY -l.. S. lf Cmupus. -Smitliwcstcru. 114-mpliis -Smitliwcstciul. Klviupliis -A. S KI. Stzirkvillo. -A. X XI. Stzlrlivillv. -Smitliwc'st0rii. Campus. Suutliwcstcru. Campus. -A. X KI. Caunpus. X KI. Campus. I7i,AlZ1bZ1Il1Il. Campus. llziy I8-Jxliibillllll. Campus. I X a F ' I4 'XM Ole Ulc- Ole Ole Ulf Ole' Ola' Klum, lllss, fllm, Mi Klux, Hi lllss, Co Ed Basketball ZH .28 In 35 41 gn W5 Cmui XVxsr:MAN PI x x mx .h ,If-.1 HI .Av V f JM J 1, ,- 'vltfg Q' wid , .4 v' ,, 140 Co-Ed Baslcetball l-fnnnf tltvriiixcs lfaplain Nlurh ol the stivrew of the Ole Miwex dur- ing the pmt three yearx is due to thix inspir- ing leader ot Voaeh xVlSC'll11lll'N sextettc. Clever tlelenxivc uork made lfdtlie's NC'l'Yll'f'N ilnlixpensahle at guard. Noni Di1N'I'oN ,'Xt't'iir:u'y in tossing haslvetx and a steadj nerve inzide Nola's presenee ewential in se- furing perteet team play. She will he greatly missed when the '26 Call is given. l,o'r'rnc Vfikxox lvllllli Lottie Vernon took to the court laxt fall with the determination of adding the art of handling a haslvethall to her aeeomplishnients. She developed into a capable reserve in her initial efforts. Nlil,LIli llivrnoizx Playing her first year of college haskethall, Nellie did not find an equal in all-round ahility. This steady player played every po- sition in ll eapahle fashion and should he a tower of strength to future Red and Blue sextettes. br kt i I Fe J' Q l x . --, O l ,T4 X Co-Ed Basketball lglzSSllf Pon rm, Though slnall in stature, this diniinutive forward never failed to lwaflle opposing teams with her deceptive tosses. The speedy coop flash covered the Court like lightning and ear- ried oil scoring honors for the season. v v XX i1.i,n4, XX mm lit smi- iiood lays fame tast and regular from the P hands of XVillie XVehl1, She was a continuous threat at running center and fed the hall to the forwards with rare aliility. I,xt ru Mn' ll.-aan Mrs. liaird, although a newcomer, played like a veteran as rllnningniate of faptain Uathings. Opposing forwards found her a source of much worry. l'il,l,l:N S.xxit'l4,1,s C'oac'h hh'lNClllllIl had a dependahle reserve in the person of lfllen, who had the ahility of getting the tip-off over all opponents. Mat me liaowx rllaznlgfrr "HEf'-l16f'l' had the distinction of donlmly' earning her letter, winning honors hoth as a manager and a player. Always a favorite among Red and lilue followers, Nlaude fought her way into the ranks ot the starters. 141 r f la 'J if " 276' qv ,J G g 'lairl lv g,..f 1 1 six- '11, r to t Wi X ,If 1 -3 1 fs- Corxeu Vissi-ii, I-'RliSIl.Xl XX I-'tDtl'I'li.Xl,l, SQL .XD Freshman Football, 1925 Ole Miss has non fame for her first year teams. 'l'he Freshman footlwall team of 19.25 was no exeeption. lfour of' the strongest teams ever fafetl hy a Real anal lilue eleven were met anal eonqueretl. ln piling.: up loo points In their opponents' 11, C'oat'h Vinsel's eleven pos- sessed some gritlsters ul sterling ahility, of whom varsity sueeess is pretlietetl. The 'zo men made their tlehut hefore Real and Blue fans hy giving the Mississippi lleights eleven a 26 to 0 tlruhhing. The lfrosh seoretl early antl took things easy thereafter. l,etl hy "I'atlpole" Smith, the Freshmen entertained South Mis- sissippi fans in their seeontl game hy tleeisiyely trouneing the State lliL'1ll'llL'l'S follege 36 to li in llrlttieslwurg. W'hile the varsity was throwing a senre into the Vanrly Camp. the youngsters were further tlemoustrating their prowess in -laekson, lermessee, hy defeating the first year team of l'nion Vuiversity, :X to 6. 'lille eaclets from iliupelo Military Institute fell hefore the lfresh- men on llomet-oming Day hy a :zo to 0 score, "Ret'kless" liatten ltiltllllg the assault. Unee more au Ole Miss first year eleven had gone through the season undefeated. Risstifrs or 'rms Smsoxg reshmeu 36, Mississippi Heights Aeatlcmy o. Freshmen 18, l'nion Freshmen 6. l'reslunen 30, State '1'eac'hers' College 6. Freshmen 26, Tupelo Military Institute o. vll s 'Qc br Qgx 142 Q ' . vi 5- sgljxy h- - X K --. ' ref ' '74, X M' KST iAi i .-,...,,.--W --we fnzv. V, I iii? e Q i l P 1, I-'RIQSH MXN ILXSK IT'I'H,XI.I. SQLQXIJ w Q Q If P xgfv Vx 7 1 FRFSHXIA-XX TRAXUK S,l .Xl 43 'ixqil K-vs 5-5 '-1' A ,I fi- I 1 ' f. ' '74 Intramural Athletics f Q 1 - . lhree yezirs zigo Lozich R. l,. Sullivan. then director of intereollegiaite nrlilt-ries, saw the need ot' :in intr:uuurzil sport system affording opportunity for P1ll'flk'll11lflHlI to x. uilx studint in the llniversity. llzindi- cupped for tuni on :recount ol other duties, J r s srstem with the zissistzuiee ' ,le i-- , 5 F - . N ' ot undergruduzites, hziring grezit success ' from the stzlrt. ' -ei . . J, " ln 11923, with the intrznnurzil system 03: ' - ' no 5 growing hy lezips :uid hounds, this depzlrt- , , ment wzis eomhined with the depzirtnient of V plnsiezil education, :ind Couch Sullivan e ' R. I.. Si I I nyxx . . . Croix .if Ilr,.u.Y . plgieed in ehzirge :is llireetor ot lntrzimurzil ' 1 llilwirn' uf Q l fllziziugrr of 1,,,,-,,,,,,,,-,,1y :Xthletu's :ind l'rolessor ol l,llySlL'1ll lrzun- 1,,,,-,,,,,,,,-Nix, ing. lvnder the intrzunurzil systeni opportunity for active I5ZlI'flClpflflUll in sports has heen zilforded every student of Ole Kliss, :ind prxieticzilly :ill have taken :ldvzintzige of the privilege. lfoothxill, hzislaethzill, trzlela :uid tennis series have zittralcted llIlllSll1ll interest, :ind soccer, hast-bull :ind other sports :ire being zldded to the intrznnurzil schedule. 'lihzit Couch Sullivzin's department is meeting with great success is evinced hy ziction of faculty memhers :ind outsiders in giving it deserved conunendzition. lfrery- hody :tt the university, from Lihzineellor llume down to Blind slim, is :i friend of the intrzimurzil system :ind of the depzlrtment of physical education. llotll rlepzirtments :ire good, because hoth are getting results. Llredit for work done in the department of physical training is allowed by the university, :ind this department is ri separzlte :ind distinct department of Ole Kliss. All hrst yezu' students are required to do work in physical training, with this credit being offered us :ui elective to all upperclzissmen. 144 x X ' ref ' P , A Mf UIZNIZRAI. M.-XNALIIQRS V.-,x C. 'I'm1PI.i-., KVM: CHIRIIUYQ .lor-. I.lIll.l', Lii3oRr:rg iXIl'IClll'.l.l. S.Xl.I.flL 51, CXIHYIIQR limcnnxg lfR.xxk I.Rr'1'wlcH. I.xx1.xRg A. M. U'Nr.n., T.u'1.oRg Bon jonxmw, I..xl4.xl'x'i.g B. lfl. S'lrRnw:, Umm. Special Managers ODOM- LAMAR- L.xBAl'YIZ- Diuk ixlffiflfll., football -lonx XViwnrm, footluill CARI. Cows, footlmll A. Al-I'1,Hx'ullF, lmselmall Qi. M. l5Rs5nx, lmwlwzill ,lL'KFS xl.XRM.XY, lwiixeluill Alunx RAMIR, lwzixketlmll A. li. BRIRSUN, lmxkctluill Bun k'fPl.l.IX5, lmxkctlwull R. S. lhvis, truck I'.xi't. Mnxrlrlv. truck RORIRII' INN-XIII. ffllfk B. ll. SIRUNII, soccer xl. D. 'lill.XMI1S, blR., -occer -l. II. Ilr,w1,i', Rower 'I'reRRx' Swxml, tcnnix .'xl.l.I-'Y 'l'ilom-sox, tennix lin I.lPSCOMll, tennix Mun ANnr:Rsox, volley hull V.XRll.XM.XY SMIIH, volley lwzill ilflN1l'.R IIrm'.xRn. volley lull 'I'noM.xs lhvis, wrestling 'lonw CARR, urextling CARI. f'flI'.RS, wrextling fil'.0Rfil'Q Rn.:-.xg lmxing I.. A. Sxmn, klli., boxing R. I.. Dow.xi.n, boxing TAYIAIR- XVIQST GORDON- CIQNTI-IR GORDON- A. NI. fyxloll., funtlvull I.. I.. XVISI, fnutlwzlll IIODGIH 'l'Il0MI'SfN, footlwzlll Sol.1.Y Cnnrx, lmselwzill xl. D. XVIl.l.I.XMSfIY, luiwlmll R. XV. lilNlON, lmselmll Jxl.l.liN SI'.l.llY, luixketlmll XV. bl. Guy lmsketlwiill M, S, Mt-l7oi'r:.xi,, lmxketlmll ,loux ixIIl7lbI.I:IZRfN'lK, track iXi.Xl'RY SL'Ul'l', track IRA. I.. MnR1:.w, trzwk C. S. CUPICI..-XXII, Rower S. I.. I'AlIRll"Ylll1RRY, Root-er sl. R. gl.XCKSOY, Rower C. li. KNAPP, tennis P. II. IIINIFR, tennie Con' Sx1l'l'H, tennix A. ll. llnnrzlc, volley hall li. I.. Sll.XN1lIl'RfIl'R,VlIllt'j'lNIlli A. O, Pr-Rkixs, volley lmll 0. Ii, f'0I.l.IIiR, wrestling Sin Intxwsnx, urextling 'I'm'm.-is BARR!-.l'l'. wrestling ISRWE AIrsx.xxnr1R, boxing Iin Rum, boxing Inxcm' Iin.r1s, lmxing ICAST GORDON- KEICURGIC- Dum CoxxRR, fnrmtlmll I". M. iXllI,l.IKEN, footlwzlll R. Ii. 'I'rQRRY, lmaelmll lm: RUIIFRIS, lwnschnll FARI. -lmixsnx, lmsketlmll 'IQIIUMAS PL'RSIr.R, lmsketlwall ,lonx Pmc, track I,Ir'flY.XRID II.xRm', track So-xr Smx1.xx, Rower Rom' R151 An, soccer Ennis NIARSIIALI., tennis Hui. Nimux, tennix PAH. SIIAIEFFER, vollev hall R. VIQRAPP, volley hall PL'Rcrir.i. SMITH, wrextling A. F. MAr:R1'nRR, wrestling ITR.xxR RL'ssr:1.1,, lmxing PAT INICNAIR, boxing I -s Q? A kv feifl 1 45 ,A lim 7 Q. ,ff . I ' f. ' '74 ff UQ 18 If ...g -au. xl- rr.- O. I,. Bxxuu "Sxxrxxxxx" ikmxxxc iixxxxkxqx lix xxx-:xx l'.xxjx. lN1xmxAxm Ifllllflfllll lh1,xl'rlf1xxH Ilrurllrxfl Trzxzk The Athletic Managers 'lllxx' xxvxx' wut:-xxx ul wlvvtxxxg :xtlxlvtic xxxzxxxzxgx-xx lx'xs lx-x'xx 1xx:xx'l4x'xl lw apirltcxl cxxxxxpvtltlnxx :xml lxxx'x'x':xsx-xl Q-lllx'lc'xxx'x'. 'lllxc 1xx:xxx:xg1x'x'i:xl stzxll cxxxxxpmfvxl of om' svxxiuxg two jxxxxiuxs tlllll :xml lrxxxx' lx'x-:lm xcxx l'lxxxxxxx'xtxmx xlx-tx-x'xxxxxxc'xl ln' tlxx' tc'x . , 1 , Swtcxxx x.xlls lux .1 soplxrxxxxnxvs :Ill X'Ufl', i'Xl'i'll' ' lvilitv. xcxxuxxzxlitx' :xml 5x'lxrxl:xx'slxip, cuxxxtirxxtcs tlxx' plzxxx lxxx'sclcctixxg1 txw :x Q 1 tlxx- wniox' xxxnxxzx ! . Xiu- xx ,rv -1 S J' Y Y, I.. I,. XX mr .lyyixlant ,. 1 l'fL' fa ucv, who is :xw:xx'xlc-xl tlxc mwtcxl "KI" for his scxwicx-s. Txxxf Cxxxcxaxzxmxxmxaxzs "Sxxxxxi " IN1mu:.xN . Q' -J ' lx .QQW , V,-. ru, .A Bon C'0x,x,xxs llrall l,'fn'rrl1'zn1rr' .lssislant 146 ' If . x wfff'f 5 ffl fn 4660. 5-57, 6 0"-bs F xk 1 W 77-If COOP 26 mfg 2-a1."' g Kp ,' f E"4- , ., -4 5:2311 5 f 1 f Irie Z "' -.f 1 f " I 'f I "I r !4 . LQ ' d XX f 4 , W,,1. W" 'af 4 f 1 " 627 , 4 X V f ' ,f ' 4 3 Q, J rlfggbfm X an WM A 13 M x X 1 x ll fy ff Avgw jfAQf5,,,f? F 3-uuenll U xv- 'K an f 4 , X i :LI T 1 1 wlr 7-L2?vW.QWf ix, R 55 1 ' N ' 'J Xwff ACTIVITIE ,X- f Aff tQ1QQ9-Agi s Y I Q a F' Y QP A I .41 1...- 0 A -5'j A . ' f C ... Y A s X. Qi .r 'I A 5 . ' -Y 4, X W 'Me ' 4 o aj - f.. I , ... ,a. c'a l u ml ' 9 Q ' W 5 .". . N X l v L' Si! 311 f P ' .J f l ' I gl I N ii'-2p1mfs?ig w ,f . f -- 17110 + ' A K S-Lib-11? I ' -F-" 'Sail S' SQ' 45+ ::.-:him .1 N Q. x- il I 'p.v'g'.1d H Q KQRUIWIE QITUIIQYEIS ' V er ' '70 'XM' Y Associated Student Body s1w1 5.I.11'-111x112 . . . Fmx1N5.1,111u1111 , . l71,1f1s I.. I,.1x1,1114 . T i1I'l!K4'1l' II1.x1x. jk. 13115 SIKIBIIXII . AI. H. 1.11111 . l,. I.. XV1f1 . KQHJRIIE, BL11114 . 511141111 jaw bww 11x1x111 5111011 x11 U1'111cERS Ix1u1'1'1x'1f xgo ful N CII . . . . President . . l'i1'e-Prfsidfnl . . . SN-fzfllfj' Trfasurfr . Lilrfraf .-Iris . . . Law . .Ufdifine . Erzgirzwrirzg . Conzmfrff . . Co-eds X V -Q STL1de1'1I GOVC1'I'lI'I1CI'1I for XXW'OT'I'lCD Hxsp. If Q L 9 N I X' X 'x X ' "x N N Ax-.1.K1E1:1, R -L- Aggs L 4 T' Q, 1,3-A 3'-2 Q L M11 xfiffx ' iYfQ.QN AAAXNL XQEZ6- R'-:nj 511.11 wssisg-1 I N--' I,a1IaA1PA,.x P-L ., L 22a:v1E:i A111 Ava Hrs x ?,11. Wrsx N D325 Lwiii 1EN.E Q- 3 R I . ff ' If' K I M' X! 'S' ,BHK- 7' f-T 2 Oz? Igma Upsilon Fraternity Ilfounded at SCXNLIIICL' in 19063 SCRIBBLICRS L'IIAl"I'IiR Qllstahlishcd 1909, l'n'.riJf1zl QFFICIERS I. MII.l,r.K ..., ..... ....... II. Ii. CRHQKMORL ..... . Srfrwfary-Trfa.s1n'fr RII-QNIBIZRS R. II. INIIIIFR II. S. IJPSCOMB P. II. Ilnxwk H. H. CREHKMORL M. S. McDOL'1:.xL j. A. C'R.xw1AORn R. H. VIQHOMPSON I". A. INI.xGRL'mAR I".fxcL'I.'1'Y BIIZAIBIZRS DR. A. I.. BOxnUR.xN'1' VV. I.. KENNON DR. D. II. BISHOP DR. C. S. BROWN ARTHUR B. Lliwls 152 K ' fr ' '7' , X M' Chi Delta Phi OFFICERS RAQHEI, ZEI,l.!iR .... .... ....... I ' rrsidmt SLSIE MAE LAWIQN . . Srfrrlary-Trmsurrr RIEMBERS NI.-XRY UnERScm1m'r linux FFITS EYE-QLYN COCHRAX D0R0'1'm' MQNEIL NOLA BROVVN SwAs'zE A1,xcE BROVVN HnNuRARY RIENIBERS MRS. D. II. BISHUP INJRS. A. I.. BONIBUR.-XN'I' MRS. EDNA LOWE EA1 MAN MISS ELLA SOMERVILLE I .o5f Q 5 fl kv- fs'-' I 1 53 , 1 ,4 fx 7 Q X ' I N ' ' ' 1. " 'T' ,N ' .1 ff'f1 R eH?f'w 4.6151 .1 g zzggllhefg' Alpha phi Epsilon Qllnnururx l.llt'l'Jll'X I-I'2llCfIliIfj Epsilon Chapter listnhlished 1018 Ulm' of fifvr flmrlwr zllnfvlfrsj QJFFICERS Luk xl. l5lzulAx.xN . . .... . . j.xx1r,s XV. BMJ., jk. . . . . . . . lm lrfszlrnt 171-.Ls SIRIRIJXII . . . . Swrrlary-Tnrzsunr jouxmr. IUAVIS . ......... . Rrporlrr RHI!!-.Rl XV. 'l'lmMPsoN Nalional ffllllllllifffflllllll RIILMHERS XV. II. Awmksuw j. XV. BELL, -IR. I". j. Bl'cH.w.xx J. A. Cmwl-frkln j. Ii. IQAVIS S. A. IIALI. S. R. llLfr:Hs'mN A. C. Kllm J. 1. 1.Ewm lIL'Bnk'r S. Iwscmm M. S. R1CDOL'fj.XI. A. B. Luwls 154 li. A. McI,mN R. II. N1ll.l,ER A. P. Prikxlxs D. II. Pklcle C. INIIOMPSON A. tl. II. 'I'nm1Ps0N R. XV. 'IQIIOMPSON J. D. 'IQHAMES Duns S'l'Rml.1NG VVILLI.-XM Hm1lxGwAY R. M. Guuss X ' IK ' F , X ,, MEMBERS OF ALPHA PHI EPSILON I "A..-'fvn K' R 3 55 r A . 5 ' 7 . x my f 1 ,Q fr' I - 1 ' f ,. ,V Q - ,, 1 11 ff 'S !4 f - Y: Xa llllll! lllll. ill. Vlillli 4 ' I 1 TF,K.Q 5? 71 no '-cs Po sv 'U 1 tffxtzllvlisllcwl 19255 OFFICERS ix J. Lmuxss . . . . . . juus j. I.rxmR ..... . I1 Axxlr LALRII-' RUIH-RIS .... . . . . RUBPRI Y. lirwww ..... . . Trwuszznr I.fll'ISl' 'l'. JXRRIXIQIYJY . , . Rwpnrfrr IXIIQAIHERS Inulsra 'II Akulxfzlfw DR. C'.xu'1x S. liknww Hmm Bknwx C. I'2IlMUYlJSOY ,IDX Roman' Vr1N.xnl,r-, BRUXVN DR. X T. B. HL"11.rR FVEIXN CIICHRXY JOHN J. CUKLISS iixuxms L'ow.xkr Ummm: B. Ihvxs jmns D. llmzm' XV 156 DR. .AxI.IRlfIl IILMIQ INI, xRx' llrwc V. I.. Krxx hrsus INIAIAL I,.xw'wx juiris J. Imwlu Axmcux' 1,111 ui RLssril,I. II. N1II.I.IiR Axxui I..xL'R1E ROHFRT: Ilrnsrmx Trax X OX F I IR ' ,142 XM' Y in Y' ' Q 05? 'Y' C k 4 'f W X wi! l MEMBERS OF K.-NFPA PHI '57 ig, 1 ..x 1 -1..'.2ff1-wg , r ,A X m '7 .LN X4 I ' T W ' ' If ' 'f' , . Ii .:l 1.4 9 E I I V . -I .21 .,. --.....,L,,......L........4- .Lllaidll The GI'Ol'l'1a lH0norary Engineering Fraternityj OFFICERS R. NOLAN BRLCF , . ..... ..... P reyident I.. L. XVFST ...... , . . Fife-President NV. N. BAXTER . . .... Secretary P. C. BUFORD . . . . . . . Treasurer J. P. MAINEI' ..... . . Raportrr AIEMBERS VV. N. BAXTER C. Eomoxusou Jonas R. N. BRUCE A. D. LITTLE P. C. BUFORIJ P. MAUNEI' G. B. DAVIS G. E. TOMLINSON R. H. Gonwm L. YVEST J. T. JARMAN . B. WILSON 158 3 N ' fer ' '7' , X M' ,....... A- V .- - -Y Y .1 Board in Control of Publications jt'nGE KVM. IIEMINGWM' ...................... Clmirnmn B. H. S'lRoNG . . . ..... Yffrflary I. I,. lxIORfIAX . . f,'0l!1NlfP'l'l' S. SEVIER . . . llfftfifillr' R. Nomx Bnrcia . . 11.llf1ilIl'fI'll!fI A. C'. Ktnn .... . Etizzralinrz 'l'. C. CL'NNlNfill.-XM . . . Lafw LAMAR jigxxixos . . . . .Plzarmary H. H. S'rRoNG . . . . . . . . Libffllf .lrrs BRYAN Excmxn ....,........... Fafully The NUSSISSIPPIAN and the SUQEAM are the olliciril puhlications of the Associated Student Body. Control of these puhlications is exercised through this hoard, which is elected from the seven schools. 159 1 5 Aki' fi-W ii ,N . 1 4 .5 'QSQX65 fr ' f. ' '74, br I 4 The Mississippian Mxxrs S. AIL'DUl'!l.'kl. . .... lzdzlor nz llzu M.u'K Sxn nuff ........ . Iiusizzfws .llanaqfr Ii. I.. Iufsmzun . XV. II. Awnhnsux XV. B. II.-xMx1.l0N ml. ll. S15-gxmixx Inkuxrg 'I'EA'1' . Ii. T. '1'uoMAs . S. R. N1L'RPIIY . R.XL'lll1L ZliLI,IiK . A L'GL'S'l IN C il-KORG:-i BL"l'I.ER VIRGINIA 1N1Cf:L'lRl1 CI.-'XRRIil'l rI'AYl.0R IIr,Rnr.R'1' Ntxxhkv l'.l?l'l'IlRI.XI. 5'l'.Xl'I' Ass1sT.xx'1's Nmrs lzklilnrs . . .15.YifjIIIIll'Ilf . W. A. I.oMAx . Sporlx . Soririy . Lomls . Fvalurrs . I'rrsc Cux'1'RmL'T1xc: lCmToRs Bl.-XCRL'IJER P. R. Goornf KIAN .xc:1iR1.xL STA FF 160 .lssislanf Iiusinfss Managfr . . .Szzlmriptiolz.Uanagrr . . . Cirarzlaiion Alllllllffff .l55i5ll1llf Cirfulaliorz Alanagrr 71 I we-,f' X K. Q J4- ,X J D K' f 4 fn ' '4, We IPP Wlll y Here 'U MW' YuMQE?UESA?5 GYE515 FAMOUS TENUR SINGS TUNIGHIMfSJfvR'HHi5vWQE'5ig Hww11'HS.P.U. M FAIR ACTURS PFW' ' "WP ARTISTS' MIRACLE TOWE x5'qA, 5lV f Q f'fff M M. S. C. WZSTA , 'A Xl-'EATURES MASCUL' +L mum " ' i.5,'92,r: 1 " ,Q Si? V Ygggm' I 'Wllllill if! ,Wu .Hx A Hume- Xllvmle X n of Siam' l'S RIISSlSSll'l'I,XN S'r,x1f1-' 161 H Y ,.U. -Q ig! I Kvl 1 A Q, 1 .Xl ,N 5, T ' ' JW ii 4 w f The SCTCBITI Ur,oRc5E IIr5AI,x', jx. . .... lzdilnr-in-Chip S. A. HALL . ........ lizzxilzrss Jillllllgff ASMWLHM Knnwu lIL1m,k'1' CRl'.l1KM0Rli Bun CoL1.1xs Dun CUNNUR FRIiIil,AND lNIAf:RL'nlik flrl llxmiiffll' lIANxGnRLu,STArv BRANIIAM Hl,'Mli Sm. 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IIr.x1.x', Srrrrfary IZ. V. Inavna Miss I.mc.xxxE 'I'rz,xr FRlsrs1,,xNn Mmxunsu R. II. JOHNSON IIRISCOE Slavlriu . 1 Q ,I - .Al Q x 1 V I , .Q , an 'af 0 OX 2 4",',,'. . sw ,' ,M ' ' gf i I 9 U fb f ,Q D AU, ..' 1 -1 165 iQ. 1 fa-ff V Y Y www V vw fig?- ,,, 1 if ,N ' f. ' '74, vw! -8' vllw? 5 230 ST xIflfmf"u1.l2x1lss 1026" 166 -QI ex ' f- 9+ Y- sf-'xg' if X x Ns- u Kg ' fffif K f Ole Miss Debaters V.xRsl'1'Y IJrfn.x'1'r.Rs B. C. ADAMS R. R. HARNPII' M. S. INIvl7uLf:.xl. C. H. I':VEREl'l' J. ll. IIm,rrm.xx PI'lli Nl.XRs.XI.Im S. j. ENIS Ii. XV. Slrfxwll Iixru, 'l'1mx1.xs Dues S'1'Rls1.1xr: :Xl,'I'liRN.KTliS R. T, NIOBLEY Ii. R. lixkxr-.5 Ymuzr-.K 1NlflRl'Ilh.Xll XV. II. JXNIII-.RSUN S. sl. XV11.l,1,xx1a Debating Council jrnfzu D. M. RL'ssH,1,, lflmirman J. 17. XV.XI,l..KCI-. fllfrfnaranb JOHN A. CR.uw0Rn, jx. tforunzy T. C. CLxxxxc1H.xx1 c1'l1i Siynmm II. L. Rrmm:1.R5 tlilafkslfnzrl 167 Q 'B-kv -'-X M-1, Q-. ..-. . Rm., CAN id X ' f. 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DAVIS IiI'I.A XVREN DAY .ADA UONNOR FOX LOIIS D. BLASINGIIAMI NIIIMRISID f:OE PAI'I,INE IIARRIS J. II. IIOIIOMAN .ANNIE D. HOLMES C'. V. IIATIIORN S. R. III'GIISTON P. II. III'N'I'ER Ii. L. LIPSCOMB II. M. LI'RER CORA NICI.FI,I.AN M. S. NICDOUGAL J. 'I'. MACK XVII.I.IMlil"l'A INIAY IJOROTIIY MII.I.ER VV. II. PIiEPI.liS BESSIE POwEI.I. R. S. PREwI'I"I' N1.fXR'lII.-K SIMS MAR I IIA JANE S I I-QVVAI XV. II. SUMMERS Ii. 'I'. 'INIIOMAS IZYA MAE NVNIIS ANNIE VVILSON JANE YATIES II. In. Cox VESSIE CI,EMEN'I'S I.. I.. COMER MAE COI.vARII XV. P. CRXIC I.. V. CRAIG tl. XVII.I.IE VVFBB DCNI XP J. VV. ELMORE ICIIWINA FORD EVA f1AINES MRS. HUGH CIODVVIN .ANNA HAGAMAN VEIMA HASTINGS Ci. VV. I'IEAI.Y IiMII.Y IIERRON IIEI.ENA INCRAM J. R. IYIILLIBREXN' RUBY LAMAR DORIS LENOIR MRS. F. H. LOVVE IQ. D. NICF.-'AIDIIIAQN IJ. II. PRICE 19 C ' 3 'ef U. R. RIST.-'All II. O. RI1SSEI.I, IJE'I'I'IIi SCALIAIS M A L'RIC Ii SCO I"I' .ANNA SIIIEIIIS ICMMA SIIEPIIERII U. D. SMITII SIIINEY I.. SMITII VV. M. 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IIYOE P.xul.1NE HARRIS NI:I.I.IE H.-YIIIORN ICMMA QIRACIC JOHNSON AL1cE LOCRARO II.-xRR1sON LLTKER M.xRcLx IX'1AuLmN IfI.IZABIi'I'II McI..xxN PIi'I'I-I MARSALIS JOHN IVI.XRS.'Xl.IS I.L'cY MQMILL.-xx I.m'cE PIQRENS RUI.I-' Rlsmn I.xn,x G. SIIIVIHRS I NULA Ii RUVV N Swuz E IQARI. 'I'uOMAs Ci. XV. 'I',xx'LOR ROSA 'I',x'1-E xl. D, XYOIIOR X'. I.. YOUNG M. XV1LLLxMsON Ii.x'1'lE l.I'.If BARRY DAIINI-IX' LIPSQOMB f'.XI.X'IN BROWN, JR. R. I.. ALLEN T. A. IS1cRERs'1AHf I.1NO.x BRL'MIfIIiI.Il R. IZ. f'I.I'IMI-.NIS R. II. COX A. C. CRAXVITORIJ V1Rc:xNL,x FOX lim CIAINES VELMA IIAs'l'xNcs 1..'XL'R.-X IIERRIVJN C. V. IIATIIORN M. O. JONES XV. II. I.O'l"l' AI.'l'.-X M.-xssEx' I'. 0. NELSON IXI.xRf:ARE'r PHILLIPS 96 CIEORCI-I 'I'. ROOOERS j. C. SIIACKERHJRIJ IVIACK SMX'I'IIIi A. I.. SI'IfZH'l' 0. D. SMITII j. A. 'PORREX' j. II. VIIIIOMPSON IVRANR XVI-ILCH EVA MAE XVA'l'1's X'IRr:INm XIVARII IVIONNA YOVVI-lI.I. LOUISE YATES L. Y. MOREHEAO J. L. IIOLL.-xxn I.A:v1P'1ON BERRY IIARRY BRINSON F. COLBER1' M. P. KII.I.INCSWOR'lII I.Ols XVOMBLE XV. K. McC'rmREN R. A. SEcREs'r AR'l'1IL'R FREEMAN ALLEN THOMPSON M. S. MQDOUCAL E. I.. LIPSCOMB SLEIE MAE LAWTON XV. C. BEASLEY 0 g- ' '4f MM KNOX NICCHAREN . . , Susxu MAE I,AwmN . SPENCER N1L'RPllY RAQH.-xm, Zr:1.1.AR I,ALrR.,x AALIHXANIJER Newxua li. ATKINSON j. S. B.,xRnm'R Louisa AARRINKYIUN ALLIR XV.xRn l51Lx,1xcs1,u ALIQE BROVVN C. S. BKOVVN C. j. BUCRN lirissm BOCRIANID N1ARI.-XNNA I5R1xs0N I.1LL1,xN Cox Mufmx A. C,xxm,rfR OI,IVE'l"I'E C'R.'x1f: A. C. CRAWFORD MARY EFHE CAMERON Latin Club RIISMBIERS Ii. Bl'RllE'l'l'H Enwxxfx FoRn VERA Gonnom jrmx Il. Hu1.1.m1.AN PALLINR Ii,xRR1s RL"l'Il IIRARON liE1,r:x.Vx INGRAM VELMA Ihxsllxrzs M. D. joxris Ii. B. FHRRIS li. D. I,AMmR'1 Sl'SIE MM: I,.xwmx M,xm' Bl'II,I.I-I I,ENz ALICE LOCKARD CATHERINE MQFARLANIJ AL'GL's'r1N MAGRUJER M. S. MCDOUGAL VV. K. N1CCHAREN MH'R'lLE M.Asox S. L. NIURPHY, jR. 197 . . . . Puff. . . . . Ivifl'-l,ff5in1f'llf .S'1'4n'iar'y- Trmsurrr . R1'f50ffr'f Ni.-XR'l rm J. Pr.RR1xs VH.-xRI,Hs Rrixx VV. 'l'. SPEXQP, I.lI.l,XAN RLTSSEI, ICMMA SHEPHPZRU NM: Sulrpums V. I.. Yon' xc IaL1z.xm1'1'u V,xRn.xM.xx XV. ii-u.v1x WrsL1,s HAVHL XVILM' I.. XV. XVll,l,I.KMS 1lL,xms VVll.I,1.ms Lxsrr: XVANIBIJE Rfxcuul, ZELLER J. J. CORLISS inn I ' If ' '74 fi 3 . yur, 1 I -asf 'I AM ,J -gl-al: 'W Medical Club OFF1cERs I'. 1XIm4K1s .... Ifnuxx Suxuu v w w XX. In Munn .... Roll!-.R I Ii. IXI. Axlneksrvx XV. Ii. Axmaksox I. XV. Ii.x'1'sox IJ. IJ. BAIIIII j. A. IiL'xx'.xR1m II. C. Iiusm' U. II. ISLIILI-Lk 'I'. Ii. I3l"ll.r5R Iiuxxni C'rn.ls XV. I". C'0l'l0N XV.xl.'1lcR l'm'R5r:R IJ. If. Ihvls XV. ID. Dwls ROIIIiR'I' Iixckn-.Ns A. Y. IJox.xLmux If. DoL'r:1..xs I. C. Ii.xs'l' II. Ii. Iimmxsox' 0. G. Iirlyxxxs G. Ii. Liomux IJICKIzNS . . . . If RIiI'.l..XNIJ IXI.xrzkL'mA,k . IXIEMBERS II. Ii. 6 lr10nM.x N V. D. II.xf:.xm.xx Gmxrsri II.xxn -I. I.. IIASIE J. II. Ilomsli IC. XV. Ilrmmilis I.. IIIX'1rN PAH, Ixcxsrw Ifon .IOIINSON N. Ii. I,IfVX'IS I. II. I-I'1I'11.l-1 I.. M. IXI,xr:mi Furaruxxn IXI.xr:RL'1 I". J. IXfI.XR'IIY I. IXIL'C.XI.I.l'lXI II. U. IXIcID.xxna R. B. McI.lf.xN S. S. IXICNMR rIxIiMI'IiL MORE C. T. IXIORRIS XV. XV. N0m.Es x98 I5 .1 . 111V-l'l'4'JII . .S'ru'rlary . . Tn'ax11n'r Rrjmrlrr J. J. N010 'I'um1.xs Pukslik P. A. R.xmcx' Iz. C. RAMIQR U. Ii.RlL1ix' J. ID. Romulus I". C. RUSSELL S. EI. SIiX'IIiI-l XV. I.. SI..-XL'CII'I'IiR If. A. S1 LI.XR'I' Ii. C. S'rR.xu.xM AI. D. 'fL'RNIiR XV. II. VIXVRXIQR J. P. XVARD M. Ii. XVARE ALVYN XV11ma J. XV. XVINTER XV. T. XVILKINS G. II. XVmm IXfIIiX'IiR ZIiI.'I'NIiR PH'5I1fl'llI Im! X '-ff1.NDP3f1L J 'Lf 'G 15'ImoN59XA AQYX' cff.. YS 1-4NDhV5 ' 1fBAf5L A4 BUNYPf'XX' ,WJ A5- 33wNX -X V , Q lvijl xx 1.. 'NV rf! 5UX'U' " DCJNALP 2' -we x AN-5 ,. N W Gfwww' UfmwP M IIIIILHXI. CLI' B '99 O I! ! ,341 HU' Sk DG 4 fwmm " iwfvvlil GO D N i J Mmw 4 M. MACH?-V fm: c :M wx 7f1'iOClKlY3 M.,'12g xwx' '57 B MQ LYNX 0 G.!w4EUm '3 JUS RQBEVXE' lyk! NQ3XXf3 JJ NAXO NI FDIC.-XI. CLL' B 200 0 fx ' '4f 'RMI I URN 3 ' Q41fwUPG5 ' , ,hx av- UA . Sa x 41 -qt ' 35 -sv ' M4 in j 'A af ff , 'Lf W V vw fm- ' ww XQIX 1 l HUJ' ,gl 'f ZUPNN'-X + P WWW H wmv '08 1782 if Jw vw X ,. .,, Lili HN' 7 WILMXNLD , N W MXINWN1 Gif woow BIEDIC.-XI. CLUB 201 1 1 ,A 4? fi Q .0 W 1 - .J 1 11 ' rr ' '74 . pI'l3.1'ITl8.CCl.1tIC8.I Association IIIfIflCI.RS xruux I.. tim' . . 5.II.I5llIIR . . Iilx 'l'H1mI-wx . IXIENIIIFRS S. Ii. QXKNINIRUXII XV. Il. Illmsxlum D. .'X. ISR.xx:um1nl- DI. N. IIIIIIII-I.I. XV. R. I5.XKNIzS I.. LI 'II-NNIXIIS S. II. I4L'l1.r-ik Cl IC. -Iuxris -I. XV. Vrmns II. Ii. -Ixcxsrmx II. I.. VRIICINK R. U. Kr-.wxr-.x CX II. Crmrlnx II. ID. I,Il'II.If f'I.II-'ION ICLH I. S. I.L'1r-'K II. R. Ifkxsrk XV. U. Krinx' R. XV. Ifrnum I.. N. IXI.xxwIil.I. Ii. A. I7L'RR Mxx IXI11.l.s'1v-:.w -I. Ii. CII x mx XV. Q. .-X. IXIIIII-'R D. Ii. Gmcmv IXI. M. IXIQFXI :rx II. Y. Gul' R. II. IXIcC'11.x+u 'Q XV. Ii. II.m11.I. S. If. PIf'I'I'I5 A. XV. IIFNIPIIIII. Im NIXVSUXI S. IXI. II.XRRI'I.I. 102. I I.. IXI. . I Il .-l'r m1.lr11t -lun un: . I". I'ul.K II. Ii. PIRXII-NIIR .l.. l'1m.x.u's '. S. Rrxm-1.1. U.RLsl1 I.. I-1. S.xl.xwx M. S'I'II.I. .M.Sm1l1 x 'IIIIOMI'SUY . I. Ium'rf1.l . A. XX'.x1.KriR R. XVIIII'IiIIIf.XIJ K. Srsslrws . KILX . II. Cure '. Ii. Rrmlw XX'ux1.xm'R Ili. N 1' J K x XXV ' I xxx M rg-iffg XX gif Af If 53 N' fa? if xg 1 3 7 E2 xiii' 171 ' mr M N552 p 'ffugf L Q if x 4 YV W Q ,,,, ' N. 1, X X X , f f f m. 1 1 . K ' f 5 5 M 1 5 ' I ,X-X ' I Q vpn' X .70 V fl 'NN' 'SkxgQ 450 ' S, U' m1l1"f'lX7 YlY1?' wW4Q1R+wsw.,w,fW'k, fw3Q"f3gQffXmv5Qg,wE-xf'ZbEgg,?,i +. fa x , 'vm GLIMPSES of 1926 O 9 4 5 I 0 I A I4 I T"1""'Q- 3 i UQ. 'i5's6 1 I v 1 fu E 1 ,Z '. EQ if Hg , ' 4 HK T1 illllllllllllllllllllllilll ik 5 l f 1 i5 E i Q - .it if' ,Ee Z' if 1 u1l,I.o, 1fv12Rx'num'! 1s1f1"1'If.x1ms1z 161, 114253. 205 I I? 0 lg ' ff RM 'A' "'i" , o 6 I . 7 ? 1 v 3 Lf 7155.9 -URI1 K, x . Q - 6- .X-Q Mk9' i br X fk 4 F4 '. "X Q J 'x SCENES FROM I"RllSIi.XI.XN S'l'L'NT NIC H1 1 5 Af 3- -07 . I A -F 'f QNX I 1 n 4'-'I qi ' f. ' '74, XM' 1. . 31.32- '-- nil 6 J' .,' KI 'rin lllzkxm' cu 14: mn 'l'lllf HIJHYER Rum" X F o fu ' ff!! XM' 'X ox T0 JACKSON! Q 'X 209 V 1 A -r 'I .ggs I ' I - , M f - rl - ' f. ' ff' ' ff wx !.!-gfuszr Rf Q N I 1 - ' , ' 'cf' 1 x If JUNIUR Allilb INI'l'I.X'I'lOX ANI? ,X DOSE Ulf Nllill-Nl'I'If ,. -IO Xfs.. Q, fmrllifx 1, x Q 4 ,X gi. ? MQ' K-I -EF X s . . ff A 'XM' H Xl lmvlfl-N!?! 211 sx X 'XX 0 V 4 MM' off U 1 gkwicf' ij - 1 Ll I ya., .1 'if?' PT. 6, ' '- sy-. .-4 ' PH' -Yf X Slllh IN LRXXH NIS I .4 er ' '74, 'X M' HUM ECONIINC DAY. 5 ".-'Snr' I 1 213 1 4' ,j, 'f ,XY 'Q ff, I ik I "-1' .N ' f. ' '74, XM' . 1, 5 .. .wx --, - 4 5-3 33 Q-'av 1 'i 'Y' -wr vs. TK L l J " r1.,:' . ,. r. , . MII?-XYINTER .ZI4 o-f,,,"T -' g.t,,:" ' . -Q ' . 4' . 'v "Q- -.4-rw K Q an Swv K '44 ' ref ' '7' , I f 5 ." r 1? - v in xx f QR' f 3 huns-P wr ' Q L, 9. ' ' '- ' , , ,r 4 - - .Q 1,.f'4lf .X ' nr- Y . , v 'hfgxfa' 'A' ,Ks , f . ,. ' "2r..- K up .f A --1 L 0. 'V' r 1 , , . , W . - 4, W i M A-3' 1 . f H . - - ! . P ,Q ' , ,. X ' ,' F: ' ' f ' 'flgef' N ,' kv, ', Y .3 " ' gig U ir Q - -.1 " X Q, I I 'fix' KK X' Y w 395'- 7 ij, 1 ' X ' 5' W QA Q Q ' ' nj f Q . f',u f g CM-59:4 shismgxi' 'L J at yfgfzg riff : 1 if 1 gf 1 22133 I 4' wr HIT sxliw, AND SNISXY, .xxn sxuw . " 2 Ne -Q in v ll f ii I5 ,A 'S 7 ftkx ,f'6l 5 qi u P4 nk I , , ul' . ,. 'W' """5f'?" ' M 'KM , "- .. -,rar--A - .Mai h N djsuiw . hui, -A Q V 'vu , 1. . Q k -. I!2f"r'i 3, "-ff "-H, ' f ' " , .-- ' W., A - -' 5 F. .- ,X pfva--,I ., . 15.-f-ay-1-N. 'f ,, jg- . . -- b - , , Pm ' ' ' - ' , A' - ' 2 " L, . . .,' V vqh 7 9 "1 si' 'Q .Jig-s ' 1 -1' N ' x i 1 , "-'4 V, -, . - . . - ' ' ' 4 V .yqf . - -.,.' -, vfyg-I A I g, 5-1 Nfl' , 5 W. I ,. ' N, -. . l A 11 X ' ' 'J .Y 'ff.fv.-: aff.: -- "i'3f'4f-.-s.-.4.'L+t'l11'. f'ETL' uf' ,.g1'4fft'5?,M"fL"3""'Q--N.'1-719' l, , ,lil ..- .un "I:ml1 ffftlitllll ,VMIIV If fffflilkillfl f'I'r'jll lfrfrfrr Inf." -'lifflfjl llllmlylllillll. 216 X 4 er' '70 'XM' ,...--fx fx' UI 'R RUM,-XNCICRS m J rx ,,,,,,,f 'UQ v ,,.---- 1. , M IU- 'W' fx - ,B z"i ' 1 Imlrldiny Roman and Julirt, Tin' Sjwanislz Ca-z'aliu', ,WJ 'bl kv Q 317 liar!" ' . -i o 4 F4 X fn I ,N Q "" ?i"7'su n "WH z- .TYNM ,gan i an -315437. 1 ' ' A ' Hesse" ' .. it -,,..4La.La.g..N..f E ' "'ia.1'J'?" fix 1 RHMISMIIER Huw An' TIME w.xs SMQNT-" 218 f'f,T1lgf,' KX m . Q fi .N X 'h'.J1'. . ."Y,.g. K., Q ' ff F , ' er ' '70 MM! Twbxs ox .-x nu' IN Amy"- 219 LVW ,. - , .T' QL WYYX 'tiff' az, 4. ' .+ , ,fe l 4,3 17 .,,,.zg H 1 - . ' ei-1 g 42--2-.: Q. 0 s .A I . fd -,. W KT I ' ' 1 1,I'4 , ii . f.: "1 an 'ra-as w-Kwon. .., , M.,-, . ,.-.A i s , 1 X I 1 i n 220 v29 UF SS E CLA TH 7 , 3, - If ff g COLLE 'IE HUMGR Na , , Q.. 7. I o'g.. F . . 'wir 'sh -'A-C 1, A .5 Q AA '. an f,-T A' H' 9 'gli' 4 .M ,L- S 9, .N 'JJ Q ,a . ,Q 2 -Q 4 7' , AR 9 . 1, . ,- W o 0,41 ,A O 4 'I' ' N I I o ' Q 1. Qs If O -1 5 5 5 5 ' +"cw-v- O- 0 Jiri L ' . ., Jlaua? arts' I MQST POPULAR GIRL: MOST POPULAR. BOY OUI' A11'AU1CfiCaHS A-Xxxllxl. I'u1'l'1,4xRl'1'Y Cux'1'15sT mm "Hui Miss" lfqllfb Maxi Pnpulrzr l'rnfrJ,mr I .lfnst lupular Girl . . Jlvrm' l'ofuIar Hoy . . ,llnxf Ilzfrllnlzzal . . . .Unxt flfiflillllf . . . . .Hoyt .IllnuliA1w' Girl . 'flu' Ifrrsllrrlrllz . . . .Uuxl llllfwflllllf . . . 71!liIIA'.Y II1' lx . . . . l'ka1'uril1' Tyfu' nf Gif! . liigfgfwsf Bluff . . . . Talk.: Mus! and Says I,ru,rr . . lfigfgfufl Rnllgfflllfrl' . . Iiiygfrst Umflwr . . . Ifigfgfrxl llray 1l'ilh lfn' ljllllfflifj' l:'.vfw'rl . . . Fa-z'nrilr llrinlc . . . l"afL'orih' Uullz . . . . Fa-'vnritr lmlnur Spur! . l'1ll'1'fll'ift' Uut.Iuur Sport Far ulry 223 f:l'flRGI-Q XX . . DR. Iirmmlsmx . Nl.-xnm. Iikuwx . P011-5 jmixsox HL'm.R'r l,lPscrmn . "SHINE" Mmuz.-xx lbmmrm' M1l,1.rix "'li.XlDPUI.l-.H SMIIH Cn.xxcr.1,l,oR HLME YIl,l,I.KM Ilrpxl.x', IR. . . . Iikl'xli'l'rH . U. I,. BERRY .. .jlmxn I,mr . . DAVE lirxnkk . . S'l'Ax'1ox ll.xl.l. . lion 'I'rmMPsoN . Liriukmi lIr:.xl.x' . . . . . CORN Srfs mu: 01,5 MAN Ull.XRI.ES'l0Y Dfxxcr . . . .Nrcklxc Q7 'T l' I 5 fx qi .fmt , il fi 'I I ' 1. 'fy .1 .lf t V Dazvffzy Mzffer HOST ATTRACTIVE GIRL .Dr .f92fzf12'ff'5Z0II FAVO RlTf PROFEb50R Huber! Zdvfcomb MOST INTELLECTUAL 'QS-fzzkzf "f71'zm'a1z 'X 721117 Pais "..5'mz't!z MOST ORIGINAL 'THE FRESNMAN l'UI'L LAXRIT1' C1 JNTICST 224 ' ref ' '74 , X wiil-F CJAHIZCEZXOI' Fume, George Head! Jmmy Zoff, MUST IMPORTANT THINKS HE is TALKS MOST AND SAYS LEAST A .506 Hampson fiafziofz ffafl, BIGGEST DQAG WITH ' BIGGEST GRAFTERJ THE FACQLTY A BIGGEST BLJZF POI' L' LAXRITY CONTEST 22 -1 -1..'2f1 -P 1 1 5 1 A '-F 'I xl , 'f ix I- 5 W, fi' ' 1. 7 4, M f - It-IODOR. EiDF55R'f V' , ll .rl f I 4,711 I 'J l I' W El 1 Ang.-..,!4'4cL., I l l l VX! .3 -M' , Q 7, rl H Y" ff- 'l f . Y fl J- Irs! 1 'vw - i f J Vi lg ! s. ' L' . 'n . rs., ' . .Q fe W A e l .Dp i l N 4 ,,. . qudfixii Dvfoveff l .vow rl , URN ff w ' ,X 1 V 'ln ' -l ' K ,f t. t 1' lll lllllll e ' t 5 fl ff .ll l l - f' 1, A 'fb i' ,3..-.4,fL ,xr-N-X E- ee' U, Seconcls in the Annual Popularity Contest z?', if -1172 9 0' t it-.ffm lfoit "Ure Miss," 19:6 .llfur llllftllllll' l'r'nfr.vsm'.. . Vrrxeii YIXSIAI. liigfqrsl liiujf . ..,., , CHxR1,Hg Army .llnxl l'of-ulur Girl . . . . l,oR.x1xr 'l'i-:xi Talkx .lln5l11I1J.N'uj'5 l.m.vl . . . . DR. ill0RRl.Y .llnxl I'npular Iiny . . . . "Stunt," INloRc:.xx Iiiyfy,-.vi Rnuglnzrfk . . . . . DI-tis SIRIRLIVI .Unsf Inlrllrtfual . . . . Mi R115 lNleDoto.xi. Iiigfgfrsf llraflrr . . . . . . . Uino lVI.xr:r-.1 Mos! Urigfinal . ...... Ri'ssr1I,1, lNlII.l,l'R Iiiyffnxvf llray ll'il!1 llff lfufrrffy lIt'niaRr Iirscovn .'lIa.vl.lf1ra11iQ'rllirl.. lliNNll' lhlliklll-IRS l,l'I!Nl4R Pulflifify Ii.xfw'rl . . . . . . M.ii'nr: l5ROV.'N Tin' I"rf,vlnnan . . .... ll.XMMflXll lllxiow l'llI nriff Drink . . . .... XVKEFR .limi Impnrlanl . . , . Ili'mfR'r l.nfseoxn: IQ: nrilr Unllf . . . . . , , lhnytnr Tlfirzks llr I5 . . . . . . . . lion l'ol.IIN-4 I-'fr orilr lntlnur Spur! . , . POKLR hmrnrilr Tyjw nf Girl . . . . . l'll.flYIlli Ihr orilwU11ftlom',S'jvn'f . I:00'1B,1I,I, A Leaf FIOITI AH Edls Telephone Boolc Florence Godfrey. oooo dumb-niee for a bright-lighted parlor date. Not a neeker. Sara Stevens. 101 lliekory-llead like it. Pretty and interesting. You are interested in wondering whether she ever quit talking or ever said anything. Mary Klbersehmidt-XVonderful figure. Thinks a Paris Apache is a plas Ya. Arrington. zoo Hemlock-Unght to have a cup ot it. Modest and retiring. l2ulaXVren Day-I told her onee to come out of the fog. She cranes bark with "VVhat fog?" ter Indian. She walked home. llilah Markie-linthusiastie kind. Talks in superlatives. l shall yield to my strong passion some day and-Choke her. Mary Katherine jackson-Dangerons. Thinks a kiss is a promise. Never Commit nn self on paper. I,oraine 'feat-Big sister ty pe. My eanlil'lower ear dates from my attempt to mug her. Virginia Meiiuire-Gentle voice. I,ikes a dark bench. The miners of '49 had nothing on her in her gold digging operations. Margaret Alford-l learned about women from her. XVill never have another date with her, but she's niee to remember. Old North State Vigarettes. Dizzy lingerie. 2.26 t N ' fr ' 'f' , X M' SATIRE - -' 1 1 OLLEGE Hl.'lIOR," indeed, to call this last department of "Ole bliss" ' i' ' a satire. As though we could be satirical while we choke back the crowd- aaf fl i i " Q 4: li ing emotions which stir us as we complete the pages of this greatest College Annual of the Year. Conceited? If it could only have been what we would have had it be-Satire, indeed. VVhat travesty! Dean Klilden dancing the Charleston, or Bryan lfngland "spiking" the faculty tea, could hardly be greater sac- rilege against propriety. The editor himself must have been woozy whenever he per- mitted the thing. But was it really as bad as that? Perhaps the Ole Kliss Staff saw farther than you think. For after all, has not college been a series of disillusionments to us all? A fitting anti-climax for the Senior in all his exhaltation as he steps forth into the sicken- ing reality of a sordid world which has seen countless generations before him emerge with the same intent to conquer it, but which still remains unconquered and unwel- coming. After the few years necessary to erase the stamp of "College" from his make- up, who will say that the Graduate of 1926 may not again turn to this book and add a long "Amen" to these comments which, though founded upon the truth, are printed in leyity and without bitterness? University As we turn the pages, the old familiar buildings greet us with all their structural . , phases enhanced by naturels artistry and the keen eye of the cameraman to make them ap- pear "neyer what they are but ever as we would that they were," surrounded by dream- like landscapes, beloved spots of legend and tradition. Hut why be unfair? Should not this glimpse be here included? ls there noth- ing in this of the interest of tradition? And those faces that smiled or frowned, as a s - the humor dictated, across the expanse of desk gg g f l! 'mga " , J " i l 4 I that added awe to their professorial dignity. ,4 ' fab e -A 7 . , 5555.1 where are they? Perhaps should X e lzditors , " f iz ce., , -, y, -- .- N ,,,A-Y ,mu ,fi . of future years employ tactics here illustrated ff xfa'ffe'r+1L?D2 of a gallery of smiles radiating intelligent satis- ff: .t if fg-- I 4 , u -f.. gb - i faction might be secured to grace their pages. " A i I , -T -ff ' Y Y -V K- " - - I i 1 But alas, we despaired, the attempt was vain. - -A-, .Q ,- V-9. 1 .4 v 'M ni 2:7 1 .4 , sm 7 --X Z4 , f ' 1. ' 'f' me y X X X f K ' r , ks A 1 I ' 1 - x fx I 1 6 1 K K Q' K Q F L1 , 1' H Q , - , , 'P H ln- .R us .p as 3 25' Q , Hifi 'F ' 'f1f -f 'lt iw: WS, Q ff 2 qflw-f""' slr, 4 H4 5 1 ,- l' ' . .I tfxrff -, .ot fy. ' 0 N5 3 . 'I' . 'gf lg ,-1, f 'M TIIIZ .axon or ixxocisxcia Notes From a Girlls Dope Sheet George Butler. Always has a startled, simple expression. VVhen anyone comes into the room, he looks as if I had just kissed him. Sugar Campbell. A weather expert. From his continual harping on it, I think he must be a human barometer. Bonney C'ole. I'Iis physical, virile nature positively terrifies me. Some day he will crush one of my ribs in one of his passionate embraces. Vivian Dawson. Another male brute. To hear him tell it, he has a girl in every port. Van Dyke Ilagaman. Ile sings so tenderly, with so much emotion, that he breaks down and cries sometimes. Ile swears beautifully, though. S. A. Ilall. Ile once broke his knees trying to bow to himself. llas corns on his hands from handing Stanton bouquets. A. C. Kidd. Sweet and dumb. The kind you like to cuddle, but hasn't quite found out what it's all about yet. Frank Leftwich. Always acts as if he regretted asking me for a date. Once I put my arms around his neck and the darn fool never stopped running till he got home. jimmie Lott. I hate these damn one-woman men. Last night at the show I said, "l7on't you hate these two-gun pictures?" Ile Comes hack dreamily, "Yes, I like her best in the lavender sport dress." Russell Miller. One of these boring men with ideas. Ile is always planning plays, feature- books, etc,, until he entirely forgets that l like to neck. fConlinu1'J on Page 3482 228 'vi Xu if I' l k X it ' ff f W' ' e- f f. ' '74, K f CI'11OI'S ww, XVE look at these pictures over which Laura and Phelan labored so .gf . s .f . . .. . . . lifjltjklgl diligently, we wonder if these are really the same individuals whom we f v 1 I l ' met every day upon the Lampus. l-low much preparation of toilet and if it coilfure must have been involved, how much of the photographer's art must have been spent in making these portraits from the uninspiring subjects who pre- sent their everyday physiognomies to the familiar Campus! NVith forgiving thoughts we consider those who are about to be graduated now, with wonder at that fallacious tradition, which causes them to command our respect for nine whole months. A Senior -VVell, what of it? Yvhat makes a Senior what he is? YVhat makes him a demi- god, an object of veneration, a figure to which we point with pride? VVell, what does? VVe laugh at Freshmen, admonish Sophomores and smile tolerantly at Juniors. YVhy then should we not adopt some similar attitude toward these Seniors? Of course, to one not impregnated with these traditions they are quite as laughable as Freshmen, as liable to admonishment as Sophomores, and hardly more to be tolerated than juniors. ln four years most of them have learned nothing except how to look and act like inmates of a sanitarium for the insane. They have accomplished little beyond the acquisition of a diploma and several rather collegiate ideas, perhaps they have acquired nothing beyond a jazzy wardrobe and a wet line, probably that "school girl complexion." They are always proud to have their boyish or girlish deeds set forth in print beside their pictures for all the world to see and to admire. But what does even this mean? Look at the pictures and the legends with them. If the legend is a long one-well-. In two years most of them would not trade a pair of honestly calloused hands for all the societies to which anyone was ever elected at Ole bliss. Seniors they are indeed! But Seniors among whom? Then come the juniors, and all the others, but we linger too long, as has become a habit with most of usg let us pass on, for their day is not yet. Features So these are Features! Yesterday? The first Chancellor-from yesterdays and yesteryears-his face spells Pedagogue and carries in its lines all the attributes the term implies. This Lyceum, but the backbone of that aged pile of ours that rambles over all the hilltop of our Campus. But let us give thanks that it's lQ26. These Co-eds wonder if they "necked" like those today. It must have been a long distance arrangement of some sort judging from their "surroundings," but perhaps they, too, had a mean technique. And then Today-echoes of the "stern Genevans' creed 3" again let us give thanks that it's 1926. The C. Sc P. Building, nice shady picture of the place-and the Co-eds-trim ankles, IOO. Turning another page, we encounter the Campus Celebrities. VVe chuckle! A flfofztirzimi on Page 2332 22 fl! 9 .K 1 .LX lf fg ' r. ' 34, XM Hu M Q r' Aw 'K i , w o fa I' 1' - X . -A ' .4 . X" - - ' Q "nfl h iwdgif' wx- 3241. Q -'I 4' 'F 2 'P 4' ' ' 'fl , 'S - H --A 'C ' ' V O .49 f X X ed Y. .i , . 0f5 5 'lf , I , N' 6 . 156 S xi' ,VL flcu 1 P Te!! 'CL nl n W ' , W I Ji is Y mr I i A Y WO W W As ,. ,f V , 0 a F o f ' , A, f f Q QA fl .W ,X N In A ':"f Q f H wc '- . W 4" -1 A i 0 2 f 2 i . an QS ,R , 1. I 5 s i ' Ilfi 1 at 3 O XX i 4 S i 'Fixx' FVYVJLXQA is I i GLORIFYING THIS AMERICAN MALE urerw Zcigfeld anmmlly offers the American public' his "Fnllies," Glurifying the American Maid. XV H' ' ' ' ' ' 'A e 0 er thew pages of Collegiate types, liloriiying the Amerivun Male. 230 fr ' '74, 'XM' vi., ,Q l N . 1 f u .3 .5 d SON ' , O ,ff q 5 A IV 4 -'.A 4 A 6 If 6 ' W . L,q jf? Q U f X QRS Q 1, lx C ,V I X U r Q ,fr .4 C P e 5 1 8: 5 C f' w C O o S I I e sr f 'H L' X ' h 5-4 ' N j I 1 Us ..A4' ' A hh- flip Beenuse they were selected lwy n ezxlwzlss of the Ule Miss Cu-edx, and are therefore the "I,:1dies' vice," we call them-GUITS GlI"'l'S TO XVUMEN 231 5 AF fe-If qi Rx 1 'A ef 'I rgxhgl' T dtt ' f. ' 84 in "' . .3 N4 1 it " w . .A mf on .V ss X ' ' Efgala' -. 'WSE QV: .TPMQM . J.,-1,,,7.,m5,Msv . . -. . ffgzmst f Q. !'w'1?425f ' . . .Li ' rf 1.1Eu.?':3I llmx S1ltlnl.lxo .Xml lleuionstruting Two Methods of Politivail Iingineering School of Political Engineering lixet lim' lil-om.:-, llmm' lion 'l'uoxn'sox thno lN1.xr:lare M. S. lNTL'l50L'fi.XL Soi. Ii.xt1s1.xx S. A. ll.n.i. MARY TYIHQKSCIIMIIJI' U. I.. Hrgrutr Politieul l'Ulll'Nl'N ure ollered hy these men ol w ull-proved pre-emim'm'e in the politieal world. Th imn hut tuditd lltu I7 htnx l'tlls I' ' ull ese - 4 - s - 4 " o - -, -4 ., onzi, john Law, Aaron Burr, and other histor"1 lllllNlL'l'S. l. .-X eourse ln the nrt ol swinging .-X. S. li. elections. The fine points of h.lllot-lmox stulhng dt-nuxgogue orntori, the dividing ot opposing votes, and other useful tricks of the trade. Mr Strilvliug himself. ll. The Cirnlt. Utho Mzlg.5et'. lll. The Terlinirnie of i'l:1ss lfleetions. Includes those of eueh school of the l'niversity with 'ails in tht- psjvliology ol each. Mr. llezlly. ll. lhe Psyrltologi of the l'reshm:in Voter. llow to induce him to advocate your ezlmlidate tml mould his feehle hrain in any shape thou listest. Mr. Kaufman. Y. liootlielting the Professor. This eourse will enzihle you to get through school with no worlt exeept tt little hull administered in the right proportions. A verv delicate suhjeet. Dean orliss, assisted lw Miss Y. Arrington. YI. A Politienl Study of the hxvlilllllll. Divided into two semesters. 1. Devoted to the nrt of feeding ll line. The nmstery of any girl :lt the Coop is promised :lfter six lessons. 1. Capturing the woman's vote. This is opposed to 1. in that it is purely materialistic. The suffrzugetes' miml heeomes :is an open hook to the student of this profound subject. -Offered hy Mr. Johnnie Davis. Graduate work is offered in the politics of School Publications, and the Secreturyship of Gordon Hall lioztrding Cluh. 232 l X v ' "" 'ii' A ' fC07!fil1llt'd from Pagr .2.29j Campus Celebrity is-well, he's a-now, he-well, he's just a Campus Celebrity. It is a trigonometrical fact that the quantity of brass decorations which can be worn upon the vest varies directly with the amount of that alloy which is in the individual's makeup. lVe know some of them who possess enough brass to make a bed. But these decorations are not without their significance. Uh, no! They represent a lot of hard work, or a lot of talent, or exceptional ability, or something. They are the pride of the campus, these boys and girls--Ole lNIiss's finest. Of course, most of them have been working so busily at their trade of being Campus Celebrities that they have missed the true significance of College Life, and their opinion is that the liniversity exists in order that some time in their careers they may be called big men. So here we have them alll The Athlete, the lfditor, the Presidents, the Managers, etc., etc., and the Politician. Klost, or all of them almost, the Politician. XVhat price glory? If the ringing cheers and blind adoration of a thousand adolescents be their glory, why then, glory is cheap enough. Hail the Campus Celebrities! And ye "Ole lXIisses," fair llaids of Klississippi, the village knockouts, come hence from Beeville, Swamproot, Three Corners, Hardrock, and Sullivan's Hollow, with the greater part of Pa's pot neatly encased in the form of laces and lingerie. All this is designed solely for the purpose of knocking a string of half-cocked goofs for a nine- month row of jellybean matinee drags, with additional seances by moonlight and other- wise in the vicinity of XVard and Ricks Halls, within the proximity at least of the outer circle. The ulterior motive in all this it seems is none other than to leave this venerable institution still gasping from the perfectly breathtaking way in which she led the lists, and graduated with extinction fto try the line and wardrobe somewhere elsel with the degree of HC. fliachelor of Campusography.D She has tested to her complete satisfaction the prowess of that line to land both fish and suckers, and has truly helped to make this "Plastic Age" youthfully roseate and collegiately humorous. But they are nice girls. Athletes Let us turn on-and we come to the athletes. Athletics is unquestionably the chief function of every modern university. It is the department that must be upheld -these heroes must have their publicity, they thrive upon it. Here we have all the boys, with their hair all slicked back. The football and baseball players all have a new shave and haircut. All new pictures of these men: they are the fearless gladiators who perform for thousands, with no thought of anything save the glory of the old school. They are the fellows whose bruises are nursed, whose muscles are massaged. -Great stuff to be an athlete. Ask one of them, if you do not value your personal safety much. VVhat he could tell you would make your eyes stand on ends. But say, how would you like to enter Ole Bliss with a great reputation as a high school athlete lContinufd onP11g1r 2351 2 33 N 1 A g S .LX 'fig f?l 1 1. l"'f - ..sL' ' - fy ' -Q7-p-4, ' f 55-4 " . 6 ' - . -- , - W' Q , ,, 'P I , U" , E I s . .. AY V u -J ' f A A X Q' s' - ri H 1 ' 5' V . ' -- 1 - . W L A , E .2 ,N -- ' ur- M- l-pa A , 'zu .gf -, ,N U K V I ., . , .. A c...,v-ffm of '-1 Tut show 06' . nf-d 1- 5 - ., :W-can. w r "'l'5'1""'3 Angi' bvulwclntb. S ly' o ts "I tam' rqonnnc.. , 5 ""' " 'T' N Ir "'-.-. f X 5 X , 5 A X' . ? f 1 ' Er i if 1 is J.: , Rrkfv-'k IH K rx " I gm I "' H! 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QQ, ,W f fy f' .Q , -wg'-"g?,'-.1Z'.- -1 1, l'54g"b'ie':-95,A.' 71 ' jk - " - . v" N - ,rw v Tlllz UI.I: ,XIISS L H.XRI,l1SlUN Nm wmv lgllllil firm Til'sl hlumk In-1' "Nl1immx" in zu IIl'u:1:Iu:1y wan!-:nw-I :mwl sw! th--w--1'l:1 xilvrzllln In Ill:-I:nl1I:1lizil1u VXIIIIII Ill.-I-mlx' Ixus :my 1l:u1v.- Hn wmllvlwt--ly 1-zllftixzltwl lln- .XIlI1'l'i1MlI pf-uplv :ns Ill: fhmrln-gum nlzmlnw-. Xnll hun- llQ'Xl'I' rw-:ally tlilllvmwl until yllll hzuxn- Iwznrm-fl thu- il1Il'if':ut.' slvps ut' thu 4 I1 ll'l1'NIlAIl lllu- Aliw flamf-.-rs slum Bull mm, ' e 'KX fffnzzfizzzzrtl from Pain' Jjjl Ca reputation to sustainl. and as soon as von had starred on the lfreshman team have your every' movement watched over? How would you like to listen to a hunch of lily'-livered lounge lizards cheer you to light, and hear their enthusiastic praise when you win, and their equally' enthusiastic condemnation when you lose? Oh, it's a great life to he an athlete. tXVhat would College he without the strains of the Victors' Yell and the Roar of the Locomotive?l Q To X I E5 tx, ' v I, 54:2 .s f XI, liki M-,: J 7 .wrt If 'f4'7':k3S?x 'Q-I -ff lkikv. . 2:14 T21 . uk 44' R115 :fv- .lm x 9 I7 "YI ' Q.Lp:i ,E3sv:f'gfe3 ,i"'?' rganizations An organization is that whith devours a student's time and money, hut lets him get the hull off his chest and puts his picture in the annual. lfirst we hit the A. S. H. This is the grandest and most august hody' on the campus. lts meetinggs are charaetvriyed hy ahsence of party' heat and hy' wise measures. XVhen hy accord it chooses its most worthy memher as its head, it hacks his policies honors him and pays him inthe coin of praise. The Student Government for XVomen has so many' important duties and so inumh inlluence that it is universally envied. The Scrihhlers -the male intelligentsia of Ole Miss. lts memhers take sandwiehes and smokes onee a month and learn the latest ahout l'at and Mike. llere we have C'hi l3elta l'hi, the Rieks llall Sisterhood, organived in the l.atin Quarter of the Coop, The Apes, They hear out the new evolutionary theory' that monkeys are descended from man. The memhers of Pi Kappa l'hi stick out their ehest hecause years ago an old gink melted his hrass hedstead down and made little dises to pin on their nohle hosoms. The Nlississippian. weakly- journal of eollege life. lts jokes have killed this year io: students from laughter and its news scoops weekly electrify the world. lts eontrihutors are all nationally famed as poets. literary' vagahonds and expert portrayers of-the hurlesque. Now we arrive at something: The Scream. The startling aseendaney of The Scream into international fame has left Ole Miss agape. lts modest editor has distinguished the magayine hy' his collections of scintillating wit and the erratic policies of the editorial page. I.ast in the list of Ole lNliss'es glorious puh'ieations eomes the .-Xnnual. The staff sweats and fumes and hoasts all year over their wonderful work ol art, the enduring memorial of the college year, and when it is assisted off the traditionally groaning press and weakly enters the arena of eollege life, what have we? llere are the same old inugs that have disgusted us all year, the same old cartoons we have seen for years, the same- local heauties and the same false and foolish eulogies on the Characters of our "dear" departing.: classmates, with the same attempt at something funny' in the hack. lt has a pretty' eover, though, and looks niee on our shelves. Oh, my' gosh!- the literary' soeietiesl llere come the freshmen to folloyy, a little hgtter and taster, of course, the lf.'o11li111n'J nn laigff' J-COT 235 r I ' re ' '74, H f OLII' All'AU16fiC3H Line The heaviest, livest, and most aggressive team in the history of Ole Bliss. 'lihey are equally good on the defensive, fence, offensive, or Coop Bench. Klary l,ou Bass-R. lf. Size I4 shoe. Her work on drives, especially grayel ones, cannot be surpassed. She has played the right end and downed a big man in her foot- ball day. lflizaheth Yardaman-R. T. Gum capacity, 2 packages. Her classical tackle is history. Carrye l,ee Ashford-Cluai'd. An all-round linesman. She plays an up-to-date clothesline. Carrye l,ee has some line. Anna llagaman-Center. Size Ib collar. All opposing players fear her brutal tactics. ller famous stiff upper lip has bowled over many a man. l,aui'a Alexamler--Kluard. A hard-boiled player. This linesman just will break training and drink. She has been known to gallop off the field in the middle of a game to get her afternoon tea. Rosa Tate-l.. T. VVears XValk-over shoes and Paris garters. Employs the most brutal and bullying tactics. Feared by every player of the Hat-iron. Rachel Zeller-XVrong end. Likes l3rown's Klule and llodern Novels. Became a terror after her first set of false teeth. She literally chews 'em up. Velma Hastings-She has knocked more men cold in her day than Red Grange. ln some plays she has been seen to kick out viciously in all directions. Sara Stevens-Known as the talking fullback. Never known to say anything, she talks the opposing man to sleep and then simply follows her words to the goal. Vera Godbold-Half-gone. An advocate of the cosmetic system. Her eyes are all she needs to make a complete shut-out. Alice Brown-Quarter. Capacity, two shows and a dinner. Noted for her ability to dig in. 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Ac' Q- liSgQ"xf'v 1--S-9-hi "' f gk , l 237 1 I I li l B42 XM' UNIVERSITY OF MISSISSIPPI The University comprehends seven divisions, as follows: The College of Liberal Arts, founded in 1848, embracing work in more than twenty departments leading to the B.A. and M.A. degrees: The Law School, founded in 1854, offering a course requiring three years for completion: The School of Engineering, founded in 1900, covering four years of a standard engineering course: The School of Education, founded in 1903, meeting the needs of all who intend to teach in the schools of the State: The School of Medicine, founded in 1903, pro- viding a thorough course of two years, constituting the first two of the usual four years in Medicine: The School of Pharmacy, founded in 1908. af- fording a three years' course leading to the degree "Pharmaceutical Chemist," and a four years' course leading to the degree B.S. in Pharmacy: The School of Commerce and Business Admin- istration, founded in 1917, offering a four years' course leading to the degree B.S. in Commerce. 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XV.'s tear out our souls lwhieh no one else can nndl, examine them impartially, melt them down, and pour them into uniform moulds. The whole student hotly works with the Y, its young face shining with a henevolent, eager light. The Niusical Club yearly uplifts the rusties of Mississippi with divine and ethereal strains of music. They represent the cultured, the talented side of our lovely college life. lt numbers among its members some thirty future Grand Opera Stars. Ah! XVe have arrived at the histrionie stars, yes? The Marionettes present performances from the humble Chapel stage that would produce a disturbance in the lfreneh Opera stormy enough to bring down the antique chandelier. They are profound students of the drama, Con- flfozilinzzrtl' on I'aqi' 2412 O. K. HOUCK PIANO COMPANY Music Headquarters for 43 Years 1 s "HOUCK'S' welcomes your business. 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Their performances are, needless to say, well understood by us, and their, Eh bien, 00 la la la! Here we have the Bridge Club: "Do you know what so and so did the other night and m-m-m-s-s-s-scandal-four hearts-Rudolph Valentino-gossip-I double-p-s-s-How do you like that awful dress of watchumacallits and m-m-etc."-Bah! The Engineers, future builders of bridges, mappers of empires, hardy and heroic pioneers, and customers for XVrigley. Hats off to the Engineers. Now we have the most exclusive and aristocratic organizations on the campus. The Latin, Greek, Education, and Pharmacy Clubs, so forth ad intinitum, These inspirational clubs set the students' hearts afire with zeal and love for their subjects. In fact, this inspiration to kindle other objects with the same subjects is so great that we saw a boy rush home from a meeting and start a fire in his grate with Allen's First Year of Greek. fC0llffl1lll'ii on Payr 2472 GOLF, TENNIS AND BASEBALL SUPPLIES PORTER HARDWARE COMPANY OXFORD, MI'SSISSIPPI All Standard Safety Razors and Blades, Diamond Edge Tools and Cutlery ,Q 5 4-Y! qi 'N Xm l? ,N T E " --J- ' - fer ' '74, K f' HOTEL PEABODY "The South's Finest-One of Americals Best" A New "Home" in Memphis for "Ole Miss" Hotel Peabody is a great hotel -a cordial hotelee-a hotel that will make you feel at home. It extends a cordial welcome to all "Ole Miss" students of today and yesterday. 625 Rooms RATES I . Single Rooms Each Tea and Dinner Dances in 53.50, S4kand S5 the ballroom every week. Double Rooms With Tub An ideal way to entertain 55-50 and 56 at small cost. All details Twin Bed ROOM and upon request. S7 and 58 Parlor Suites Shower sro Up HOTEL GAYGSO HOTEL C1-11sCA MEMPHIS An Old Favorite of "Ole Miss" HOME OF THE FAMOUS CAFE GAYOSO RATES FOR ROOMS Single Rooms Without Bath SZ. With Bath S3 Up Double Rooms Wirhour Bath 53.50, With Bath S5 Up MEMPHIS A CORDIAL WELCOME Greets you when you enter Hotel Chisca. There's something about this friendly hotel that you will instantly admire-something that will make your stay a joyous one indeed. Our friends tell us that it's A THOROUGH SERVICE that is accorded every guest within our walls. We know that we can make you comfortable and we therefore ex- tend a cordial invitation to all students of "OLE MISS" Comfortable, Well-furnished Rooms 53.00 a Day Qwith Bathj X er ' P, 'I f CLASS OF 1926 IN THE YEARS TO COME WHEN YOU RETURN TO THE OLE MISS CAMPUS FOR A. 8 M. FOOT- BALL GAMES. FOR HOME-COM- ING DAYS, FOR CLASS RE- UNIONS, OR TO ENTER YOUR OWN BOYS AND GIRLS IN THE BEST SCHOOL IN THE SOUTH, DON'T FORGET TO COME IN AND SHAKE HANDS WITH YOUR OLD FRIENDS AT EILSON'S i fn 6 'm 7 5-bf! R . Gif A fel' 1 r. ' '74, AM' Quality Service Satisfaction Price Quality 'Iihzit which makes a thing that which it is. Scriicr' I.alor, assistance, or Icindncss tn another. Sulisfuclimi Crzilihcnlion' Comfort. l':icc 'Iihat at which a thing is valued and bought. You can readily see that each of these terms are comparative. and a comparison is all that we askf not only ask. but upon which we insist. We have alwavs derived benefit from such comparison-and so have our many customer friends. THE MAKERS OF OUR STOCKS OF YOUNG MENS CLOTHING. YOUNG MEN'S HABERDASHERY AND ATHLETIC GOODS ARE THE BEST alitrsnriiizii Telephone to mail Incorporated 748 orders MERIDIAN. Miss. SAM BACHERIG 4 SOUTH MAIN STREET MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE Nothing But Fine Clothes Especially Designed FOR COLLEGE MEN Especially Favored BY OLE MISS MEN UNDI Pl HI AM BDA RESSING LUB THE GREATEST ON THE CAMPUS Had Your Iron Today? See Lundi hefore the girl-and Iceep that weII-groomed complexion DELIVERY DAILY BY LUNDI CHIMSELFJ THE FLYING METEOR 'Ill ' br fk Q do . e ix. ara 5 ..- .- X ll M S f ' r. ' '74, XM' AIME DUPONT STUDIOS Incorporated 509 FIFTH AVENUE AT 4ZND STREET NEW YORK, N. Y. The photographic treatment of this annual as a whole, and particularly the pictorial and decorative effects of the views, the composition of the groups and natural simplicity of the individual portraits, was accomplished only after careful study and deep thought of the requirements of the "OLE MISS". We believe it was worth our while. We are happy that the Staff shares our enthusiasm for the completed book. Staffs who take pride in the Annual they publish will not fail to get our proposition. AIME DUPONT STUDIOS 509 FIFTH AVENUE AT 42ND STREET NEW YORK School and College Photographers Q? GNb'6'1v f!l!'fl'5i lN ., H1 -. 1 ' - 1. ' '74 K ff WE OFFER COMPLETE COURSES IN Bookkeeping, Higher Accounting, Shorthand, Touch Typewriting, Secretarial Studies, with all allied subjects. For Full Particulars and Rates, Write. Telephone or Call DRAUGHON'S BUSINESS COLLEGE BRAMLETT HOSPITAL AND TRAINING SCHOOL FOR NURSES OXFORD. MISSISSIPPI HIGH AND DRY S ,,, E , d Hoter Water Heated , pecia y quippe for Electric Lighted Sdnlfdfy X-Ray Diagnosis GRADUATE NURSES IN CHARGE Best Service l "Gifts That Last" A A . ' G R, GE CO o Robert L. Tomlinson Complete Line of Automobile Accessories JEWELER RW'Fl?l'filll'ei'Ciafi',ffe1"d by Offhzffgofggcgfsiffolas PHONE 19 OXFORD, MISS. OXFORD. MISS. QI X f - , Nga, 9 er ' '74, 'XM' WALDORF HOTEL CHAS. E. KINNEY, Proprietor Centrally Located RATES 31.50 and 52.00 With Bath, 32.50 per Day A Family and Transient Hotel MAlN AND GAYOSO Phone 6-9283 Q l30 Carondtlel Street New Orleans Entrance on Gayoso llforllilzizf-tl from Ptlfli' 2412 lil.llNlPSlf5 Next we see a series of delightful little views of the moment in fragments of lite on the campus. llere's Nobody with his girl lamusing, huh?l and romantic couples lying around under the noble oaks talking about the Charleston and the movies, and beautiful little sylvan scenes, bring- ing tears of wonderful memories to our eyes, and the snow pictures that have appeared in connec- tion with Ole Miss since 1849 lthere was none in '4Rl, and other things of vast and vital interest to us. Painfully turning these pages we arrive at College llurnor. XVe run up against the Popularity Contest where we see the Most Everything. A photographic record of the tastes and fancies of the student body. lt's a great honor to be the Most Something. Two years from now you'll probably be the Most Poor, or the Most Cnknown, 'lihen we run up on pages and pages of original, side-splitting, Crushing, and roaring satire. Overwhelmed by sueh humor and sarcasm, the IQ26 Ole Miss almost slips out of our hands when we see the posi- tively best part of the book. Tun END "There's a Seale-Lily Dealer Near You ,ed Z-6, ICE CREAM CO. YDUIWTIT Wlflvn smif C Phone 728-729 Phone l .546-l 347 VlCKSBURG, MISSISSIPPI JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI es 1 A -F tl ,RY f l"x 'gi - -1...'2ff Ag t 3 ' fer ' '74 , A M' E RL FUDGE STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES 65235555 WE APPRECIATE THE BUSINESS FROM THE CAMPUS 65431555 Phones 165 and 93 OXFORD, MISSISSIPPI NOTES FROM A UIRIIS DOPE SHEET llfonlilzurti from Pagr 2282 Allen Thompson. Easy to catch. I.et him talk about Allen a little while, chuck him under the chin, and be-'s yours-for a week. Bob Thompson. Uozing with apple-sauce. He fairly exudes it. Talks about the latest plays, poetry, and such rot. I wish he had 'em all rammed down his throat. Hodge Thompson. Dreamy. Long, curly hair. Horn-rimmed glasses. Had me criticize a book on manners at the tea-table and on the grid-iron, George Tomlinson. Poses as sophistication. The poor jackass can't even mug neatly and scientifically. Rolph Ristad. C?l Dees Strihling. Rants on about the blessings of the 18th amendment, but always drains my pocket-flask before 9 o'clock. Then he suddenly remembers that he is the hero of xo-oo brave and perilous deeds and loudly declaims about them until he passes out on my shoulder. ENOCHS LUMBER AND MANUFACTURING COMPANY MANUFACTURERS OF High Grade Millwork and Interior Finish JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI I fer ' F , A M' Dining Room and Kitchen Equipment Always Supplied by The Louhat Glassware 25 Cork Company, Ltd. SHOW ROOM 510-516 BIENVILLE STREET 233 DECATUR STREET NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA LOGAN PHILLIPS Gents' Furnishings OLE MISS BOYS Let Us Fit You in CLOTHES 0 Our Stock is Always New and of the Latest Styles THE L. G. BALFOUR CO. 1 ATTLEBORO, MASS. BALFOUR IWADE-HTIIC ulmosl in Fralernilp fcnvelry and Class Rings" We make "OLE MISS" Senior Rings We Serve All llle Fralcrnilies on llvc Campus DUKE Es? LASSETER CLOTHING. HABERDASHERY. HATS AND SHOES FOR COLLEGE MEN JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI S 1 A -F ' 7 V' ' l.i1L511t1'f'..:A:4 x-' A , ..,' I ' at ' fr ' '7',,N A Mf . V,4W 5 W STOP AT THE I- QQ. tijikxx . W T B f2O1f:,1:aa1m-fl I, TT Ho' and ifilll fouoniing Wm' 'Let Us Serve You and Your Visitori' ' , ,T ,..1 . , r ?tl El'Tl Mas. A. M. MILSTEAD, Prop. ' I A OXFORD, MISS, Better Athletic Goods and Money Saved COMPLl'MENTS OF . Ensley-Carrxgan D. CANALE C0mPa"Y 8 NORTH MAIN STREET MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 0 Sport and Athletic Goods Free Catalogue Wention that you are an Ole Miss stu- MEMPHIS, ,I-ENN. dent or Alumnus-it saves you money Athletic Products of the Greatest Makers COMPLIMENTS OF THE BANK OF OXFORD Biggest, Oldest, Strongest OXFORD, MlSS1SS1PP1 " N 4 4 "X M' DAVIS-MIZE AND COMPANY ul-Qi.-...1 WHOLESALE GROCERS PRODUCE AND GRAIN DEALERS q-il. HOUSES Memphis, Tenn. Holly Springs, Miss. Oxford, Miss. Grenada, Miss. New Albany, Miss. -Q .,-45 I A if 'I -.gxgffi , -N 19'-- NI R. L. HoL1.EY. President WILFRED GOLLADAY, Sec.-Treas. Lincoln Fordson THE UNIVERSAL CAR- Our Motto SERVICE AND QUALITY TO OUR PATRONS Accessories Parts QGeneralj Tires SERVICE e Repairs Cars Washed Gasoline Oil if e , is oxFoRD, MISSISSIPPI .I " I sa fs- Q55 4 " Q' ' ' Q 3 . I . -iz-4, -1 if , , we. "Q 755 ff offs f - 1 x 'x w. V. L1 -L-. . A - ' V Q 1' . Q ff 'il' THE BEST-LITERALLY-ABSOLUTELY 65711111925 INCORPORATED ALL-CREAM ICE CREAM Made of Pure Cream?No Artificial Makeshifts F0rtune's All-Cream Ice Cream is made of pure Z0 per cent bwtterefat cream. whifh is pasteuri7ed and viscolizeicl before entering the freezer. It is absolutely the best product that can be obtained from the use of choice. selected and standard- ized ingredients under the direction of a thoroughly qualified and trained corps of experts, in a sanitarv plant. There are plenty of cheaper creams. but none so good. EXCLUSIVE AGENTS IN OXFORD ROWLAND DRUG COMPANY 'The Store of Real Service" STYLE lS THE MARK 0F QUALITY Be guided in your choice of Clothes by our simple Rule: Look for Style! It is the mark of quality Jmaavvff aomdaglmw . I jj ff, W V, . , THAT IS WHY WE HANDLE SOCIETY BRAND CLOTHES Known for Their Style .5- 'xa 7 '-,Dt 1-991 W I .qi IN ' f. ' '74, H f Clothes for the Well-Dressed Collegian QAK HALL we Henry Halle Dave Halle MEMPHIS. TENNESSEE Benjamin Franklin The Preceptor of the Purse said: "Do not squander time, for that is the stuff life is made of." Correct! Don't say you'll start saving. DO IT! Open a Savings Account Today We pay interest at four per :ent compounded semiannually, at the Guaranty Banlc E99 Trust Co. OXFORD, MISS. L. F. Patton Hardware Company OXFORD, MISSISSIPPI Complete line of Razors, Mirrors. Cutlery, and Room Fixtures Electric Lamps and Globes of All Kinds Sporting Coocls for All Seasons for Ole Miss Students Trusted Thousands of Times Each Year Your Druggists GATI-IRIGHT-REED DRUG CO. X IK ' '4 p X M' Annual Greetings for the Sixty-Ninth Time To Ole Miss Students and Faculty Past. Present, and Future R. R. CHILTON Es? COMPANY Service Since '57 For Collegiate Styles at Popular Prices See Reid and Steaclman Local Representatives T. MATT STRATTON TAILORING CO. Geo. W. BUHHIOB CAFE "On the Square" WE WELCOME THE OLE MISS STUDENTS OXFORD. Miss. A MODERN DRY CLEANING PLANT Equiped with a GLOVER CLARIFYING SYSTEM Makes Your Clothes Come Out Clean and Sweet CLEANING-PRESSINC TAILORING City Pressing Cluh Phone 22 Qxford, Miss nsugaru Campbell lncorporatecl Social Statistics CINCINNATI ratings by mail, conference, or telegram "See Me Before the Engagement" I Will furnish complete history of social Clover Farms as ICE CREAM 95 THE BEST EXCLUSIVE AGENTS D. B. HOLMES, JR., BOOK STORE ON THE CAMPUS BRAMLETT DRUG COMPANY OXFORD. MISSISSIPPI THE OXFORD DAVIDSON'S HOSELTAL VARIETY STORE Training School Booksellers For Nurses . Statzoners For Treatment of Medical and Opticians Surgical Cases OXFORD. MISS Fzreproof-Steam Heat X-Ray 0 MISS ETHEL SAUNDERS Superintendent Nurses LET U5 SUPIJLY YQUR NECESSITIES O ISSISSIPPI N Capital, Surplus and Stockholders' Liability Nl f I slvl V We c ,ff TO THE STUDENTS CF OLE MISS Consider your responsibility as bearers of the standards of your fore- fathers, the builders of our illustrious South. Your school is steeped in the traditions of valor, chivalry and brilliance. Mississippi and the South are very proud of the men and women who contributed so largely and nobly to the upbuilding of this country. Make your- selves worthy of the grand old State of Mississippi and the South, and bring to it your pledge to make the South's future greater even than its brilliant past. R. R. ELLIS, President THE HESSIG-ELLIS DRUG CO. MEMPHIS LITTLE Rocic INVESTMENT SECURITIES Government Municipal First Mortgage l Corporation 8100000.00 up 'l'-1 We Invite Your Inqumes WWE vfi'.plfg.'lfI'i'3fEfFa,, HOW.ARD C. ROSS FIRST NATIONAL BOND DEPARTMENT Union 25 Planters OXFORD, MISSISSIPPI is CO' MEMPHIS 3 Q4 'Q- I I a 1-1-Y 1 ' ,,,,, W 1 11 ' 1. ' '74, At? Greetings to stole Missa! and AII Her NBoysn eeelfroin the store that's making it possible for young men to wear the very best and latest models in clothing: without having to pay the price that good clothes usually cost. Guaranteed clothing for men at 35.00 to 35.00 less up our "short Hight to economy." VICTORY WILSON. Ine. JA5. K. WILSON, Presidenl T. W. FAIRCHILD, Mariager I07LQ South Main Street, Memphis, Tenn. CALL FUR GRENADA ICE CREAM IT'S PURE GRENADA ICE CREAM COMPANY GRENADA, lVIississiPPi No Freak Toggery of Any Kind BUT CREATORS AND DESIGNERS Of Ultra Smart Clothing, Haberdashery. W. S. ROBERSON' jwanagcr Hats and Footwear for Particular College Men WE DO ALL KINDS OF PRINTING PHIL A. HALLE --Emp, Bad-' Exchange Building Memphis OXFORD, MlSslS5lPPl X ff 'iff , ' I P , 5-?3 4 V Im I,II ,,,,,,,, 4 ,Hn TY, ,,,,, I, fn., -WN ,,W, V-- X V VVVVV V- VV- -- 1 f"?"'WN"' "P 'V ' V 7 f nf' j 3-V' .' QV ' fd V65 'V , , VV ,q5gj1g,zf,I V1 I V I III X, 3 c,F2f2I?Iff , I I ,I .Eff , I Ill! I I V JL!! - l 1 'I I ' ! 'AV at 'V .YV .ya "'f., I ffh If V VV V . 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' 11,354 ifv 1 Hi "' 'TMA EL---5 W X lf '---Q Autographs fl, Xifk QR ' .- Q X Adi - f'.45lX '1" ' r -- ef ' "' A ' A lerword I sat at my oflice window Gazing down onto the street, The rain on the window pounded Like the trampling of many feet. The lights outside in the darkness VVere surrounded by halos of mist, Like mirrors the rain-drenched pavement Shown back reflections of this. The typewriter by me was silent, YVaste papers littered the floor- Reminders of tasks long finished- Labors that are no more. The scene of business and bustle That room in its time had been. Now the product lay finished before me, To our worries and labors--the end. Lightly I turned the pages Of that volume new-bound and pressed, YVondering if the things there written Could amuse and interest the rest. But I dared not hope so wildly, For the things that they will see Are only half vain efforts Of what we would have them be. 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