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

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THE NEW CHAPEL Board of Trustees GOVERNOR HENRY L. VVHITFIELD, President Ex-Offifio ...... . . jackson HON. HON HON HON MRS. HON IION Mus. IION VV. F. BOND, Stair Supfrinlendfni of Edumfion, Ex-Offrio Member . Jackson J. W. T. FALKNER .......... . Oxford A. B. SCHAUBER . . Laurel J. S. HOWER'l'0N . . Guntown Dnxsv MCL. STEVENS Brandon J. VV. Fox .... . . Scott C. L. NEILL . . . . Jackson BLANCHE M. RALSTON Coahoma J.R.T1P'roN . . . Hernando CHANCELLOR ALFRED HIQBIE Deans of the University Al,FR1znWI1,LIA1xr NIILDEN, BA., PH.D. THOMAS C. IQIMBROUGH, PH.B., LL.B llran of lln' Ifollrgf of Librral .Iris Dfan of lln' SIIIODI of Lafw .lull-Qs VVARSANV ISIQLL, BPH., M.A. -IOSERH CBTTERBEIN CRIDER, NI.Df'e llran of Ihr Sflmol of CIllHlIll'l't'l' Dran of Ihr' Sflmol of Mrdirilzr .lmm H. IDORRUII, BE., C.IC. HENIQX' NIINOR FASER, PH.G., B.S. PHAR Dran of Ihr Srlmnl of lirzgifzrrrilrg Dfan ofll11'Sfho0l ofPl1armafy f7l,lVIiR Anmrr SIIAXV, PMB., M.A. MRS. EDNA Lowls EATMAN, AB., M.A llmn of lln' Szluml nf Ifduralinn Dran of ll'omrn ' Nut in pivtun Faculty IALFRED HL'KIE, C.E., D.Sc., CVanderbiltl, LL.D. Chancfllor,' Professor of '.1IH1!ll'Il1llflf,f ALEXANDER LEE BONDLRANT, A.B , AAI.. CHarvardJ, LL.D. Professor of Lafin Language and Liferalure PETER VV. ROVVLAND, M.D., Cllemphis Hospital Medical Colle-gel Professor of Pharmacology DAVID HOR.ACE BISHOP, A.M., CVanderbiltJ Professor of English Languagr and Liirraiure CALVIN S. BROWN, M.S., D.SC., PH.D., CColoradol Professor of lllodern Languages and Lilrrczlures THOMAS HL'GH SOMERVILLE, LL.B., CVVashington and Leej, LL.D. Emerilus Dean of Lafw School JOHN HAZARD DORROH, B.E., C.E., CVanderbiltU Dean of Enginccring School,' Professor of Cifvil Engincfrirzg HENRY RIINOR FASER, PH.G., B.S. IN PHARMACY, Cfniversity of Mississippil Dean of the School of Pharmacyg Profcssor of Pharmacy JAMES WARsAw BELL, B.PH., A.Ml., fUniversity of Mississippij Dean of the School of Commerce and Business Jclminislraliong Professor of Economics and Politics VVINN D.-AVID HEDLESTON, A.B., CUniversity of Mississippij, D.D. ' Professor of Philosophy and Ethics ALFRED XIVILLIAM BIILDEN, A.B., PH.D., CJohns Hopkinsj Dcan of the College of Liberal ,Jrlsg Professor of Greek Language and Lilerature XVILLIAM LEE KENNON, B.S., M.S., PH.D., Q-Johns Hopkinsj Professor of Physics and .lsfronomy JOHN NESBIT SWAN, A.B., A.M., PH.D., CJohns Hopkinsj Professor of Chemistry JOSEPH OTTERBEIN CRIDER. MD., cLll'llVCl'Slty of Virginial Dean of ,Medical Schoolg Profrssor of Physiology ARTHUR BOONE CROSIER, B.S., fJames lllillikin Universityj Professor of .-lccountancy and Secrrlarial Ifforle RAYMOND LEONARD SULLIVAN, PH.B., Clklissouri State Normalj Professor of Physical Education CHRISTOPHER LONGEST, A.B., PH.D., CChicagoJ Professor of Spanishj Regislrar THOBIAS CHARLES KIBIBROUGH, PH.B., LL.B., CUniversity of Mississippij Dean of the School of Lawg Professor of Lafw OLIVER ABBOTT SHAW, PH.B., A.M., Clfniversity of Mississippij Dean of thc School of Educalionf Professor of Srcondary Education XVILLIAM HEMINGWAY, PH.B., flfniversity of lllississippij Professor of Law FLOYD EMMETT FARQUEAR, A.M., CChicagoD Professor of Education Faculty GEORGE L. BURROUGHS, PH.G., CMassachusetts College of Pharmacyl Professor of Mieroseojry and Pharmaeogrlosy PHILLIP LEE NIULL, B.S., lVI.D., CKentuCky School of Medicinmel Professor of :Inatomy EPHRAIM NOBLE LOWE, PH.B., M.D., QTu1anej Professor of Geology LLOYD EVANS THATCHER, AB., QUniversity of Missouril Professor of Biology and Embryology DONALD F. MCLEOD, C.E., CCornellD Professor of Munieipal Engineering EDNA LOWE EATMAN, A.B., A.M., CUniversity of Mississippij Dean of lVomen,' Professor of Home Economics CHARLES S. SYDNOR, A.B., PH.D., Cjohns Hopkinsj Professor of Hisiory G. H. WOOLLETT, HS., M.S., P'H.D., CUniversity of Mizlnmesotal Professor of Physiological Chemistry VICTOR ALDINE COULTER, B.S., M.S., PH.D., CUniversity of North Carolinal Professor of Physical Chemistry GRADY GUYTON, B.S., A.M., CColumbiaj Professor of Sociology CHARLES NEWh'IAN WUNDER, B.A., M.A., PH.D. CUniversity of Virginial Professor of Maihemalics W. G. ROBERDS, B.S., LL.B., CUniversity of lylississippij Professor of Lafw DEWITT HA1XfIRICK, A.B., M.D., CUniversity of Virginiaj Professor of Baderiology and Pathology ROBERT TORREY, PI-LB., fUnivc-:rsity of Mississippil Associate Professor of Mathematies BILLY SYLVESTER GUYTON, A.M., M.D., OPI-LD., CUniversity of Coloradoj .-lssoriafe Professor in Pafhology and Baeteriology ARTHUR PALMER HUDSON, A.M., QChiCagoj flssoeiale Professor of English JAMES BURDINE LOOPER, B.S., M.S., CUniversity of Virginial .flssoeiate Professor of Ilistology and Embryology LEONARD DELONG WALLACE, A.B., CKentucky State Universityj elsslslanl Professor of English. fflbsent on leafve, 1926-271 ERIC ALLEN DAWSON. A.M., Cllniversity of Mississippij .flsszslant Professor of Modern Languages ELMER V. LEVIE, PH.B., A.M., CChicagol ,flssisfant Professor of History I JAMES R. SIMMS, JR., B.S., M.S., Clfmory Universityj flsszslanl Professor of Bacteriology and Physiology in School of Pharmacy Faculty JAMES DANIEL HARDY, A.B., A.M., lL'niversity of Mississippib .-lssistant Professor of Physies and .-lstronorny KENNETH P. NTINSEL, A.B., fGl'iIlI1C1 Collegej .flssistant Professor of Politiral Srifnfr and Economies H. FRASER JOHNSTONE, M.S., PH.D., lL'niversity of Iowaj Jssistant Professor of Chemistry BERTHOLD C. FRIEDL, M.A., CChicagoJ .lssistant Professor of .Modern Languagrs N. B. BOND, B.S., M.A., PH.D., CTulaneD flssistant Professor of Sofiology and History HAROLD GIBSON BROWN, M.A., CHarvardJ Jssislant Professor of English EDWARD DAWSON, B.S. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING, CUniversity of Alabamaj .lssistant Professor in Mathematifs and Eleetrieal Engineering ROBERT J. FARLEY, B.A., LLB., lUniversity of llississippij flssistant Professor of Law GARDNER H. FOLEY, M.A., CClarkD .ulssistant Professor of English RALPH E. GRIM. PI-LB., lYaleJ .-lssislant Professor of Goology KENNETH B. DEMAREE, AB., lUIIiversity Of Southern Californiaj Instructor in English L. V. KLOSE, HLA., lL'niversity of Iowaj lnslruftor in English BIURRAY C. FALKNER J. K. HAMAI, B.S. Sz'z'relary and Business .Manager .llumni Serretary MISS ALICE RIAYES HONIER HAZEL. B.LITT Librarian Director of --Ithleties RICHARD RIALCOLM GL'Ess, B.A. JOHN DEWITT FERR, B.S., M.A. General Serretary of the Y. M. C. J. Superintendent of the Pow.-er Plant JOHN C. CCLLEY, A.B., M.A., M.D. lfnifversity Physician BIISS L. LEE CRUTCHER .ilssistant Librarian MRS. V. A. COULTER Secretary to the Chancellor MRS. E. N. LOWE Secretary to the Registrar Miss MARTHA IDA WISEMAN, A.B. Secretary to the Business Manager and Director of Athletics for lVomen 9 me UI X :3 2 X n 0 X 1,l 2 X I S Y X, 11:8 XI O X X XI XY Z XI xaifa, g X- - XI I XX, D :I Y 6 gn XX N 1, I 5. , ,f- I X. 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X ' .J W f if Xia., ,I Flu.: I I 1 y ' 5 1f'r'P2'5's'frv1f.72S"i'f 'Pfam I ' +11 x ,, ' K .D , -, ' .- v Q , ' - W ' , w, M . ,. ,j , - 1 , l . 5 1 1 w A 4 14 d E w 2 r 6 W 27 QT --'- -- --v-r'---?----W - M -nv Graduate- Students JAMES RAIFORD KILLEBREXX' . ...... . University .Vasler of .iris jlisgissilypi A, ,Q LL: Ellllvlltia-ll Vlllhg Y. ll. iw. A. SUSIE MAE I..uv'roN, K J, X J 115 ..... . Greenville Master of .iris Y. VV. t', A, 41, 2, 22, 4, Sl: Latin Club 111: Yicv-President till: Grf-ek Club 11. 233 Vice-President 135: Taylor Mt-ilzil in thu-t-kg Erlumitiem t'lnb 13. 43: Y. XY. U. A. Lkibinc-t 14,2 Honor Student, Class of 1026. MYRES SMITH McDoL'oA1., K I, .Y Y, A fl' E, fb K .4 . . Booneville .Master of :Iris Pri-sich-nt Assn:-intl-cl Studi,-nt Body 1515 Presiilent Alpha. Phi Epsilon 131: President Sigma Ullsilon ISD: Sw-retary Uh- Miss Board of Athlt-tie Managt-rs 4333 Sw-it-tiny Univf-rsity Athli-tic Council 151: Ole Miss In-hating: Vonni-il 1513 Senior Mzifgtiolia Club 14, Sl: Fri-shman Football ill: Inter-Society Debater ell: Pri-sid.-nt, Vit-t--l'x-1-sid.-lit. St-4-ri-tary, .-Xnniversnriini, i-'iz-st Speakt-r, Rt-portt-r and Doorkeeper ol' I'bi Sigma: Editor-in-1'hiet', Ni-ws Editor. Departmental Editor, and Ri-porlvr of the Mississippian: st-rub Football cl, 2, ::, 49, Fi-rub Ilnskvtball tl, 2n: Tran-k Squad 423: Intramural Athletics 11, 2. 51. 4. 51: l'l'4'Sltlt'III. Vic-t--Prtfsidi-nt, :intl Re-port-Hr of Grei-k Ulub: Prisident Latin Club: Intercollegiate ln-bali-I' 13. 4, Sy, Stuck-nt Assistant in Gres-k 13, -U: Fellow tial: Sec-ri-tary Ole Miss Debating Club: B.x., Grzuluati- with lliS'int'tion1 Ellitm' Y. M. C. A. llunilbnok 133: Y. M. V. A. Cabinet 13, -IJ: Y, M, C. A, Board ut' lJil'i-4't0t's til. ' 28 1 si' Graduate Students GEORGE EDMUND TORILINSON, T I' fb, J W E, B X A . . Gulfport Mzzstrr of .-Iris Hermaean 11, 2, 3. 453 Parliamentarian 135: Treasurer 1453 Y. M. C. A. Cabinet 11. 45: Cotillion Club 11, 253 A. S. C. E., Reporter 115: Secretary 135: Circulation Staff, Mississippian 1153 Assistant Business Manager 125, Assoeiato Business Manager 135: M. I, P. A. 12, 35: DeMolay Club 11, 2, 3, 45, Viet-- President 135: Associate Editor "Ole Miss" 11, 253 Assistant Manager "Y" Handbook 135, Business Manager 145: Three-Year Student: Instructor in Mathematic-s 1451 Fellow in Physics 1453 M9mbf'F Intramural Championship Team: Chairman Senior Invitation Committee 145. RUSSELL HALE LIILLER, I X, I Y, A Q1 E, II K II, B X A . . Amory Master of .iris Sigma Upsilon 13, 4, 55, Secretary 145, President 155: Herman-an 12, 35: Forum 14, 55: Reporter 145, Intercollegiate Debater 1351 Mississippian Staff 12, 3, 45, Assistant Editor 145: Y. M. C. A. 12, 3, 4, 551 Editor "M" Book 13, 45: "Ole Miss" Staff 12, 3, 4, 55, Editor-in-Chief 1553 Y' M. C. A. Cab- inet 14, 55: Latin Club 12, 3, 45: Greek Club 12, 45: Cotillion Club 11, 2, 3, 45: Lo Ce-rcle Francais 13, 4, 55: Marionf-ttf-s 13, 4, 55: Press Agent 135: President 1453 Stage Dire:-tor 155: Assor-iate Editor "Scream" 135: French Players 1353 M. I. P. A. 145: Fellow in History 155: Odom Prize 125, JOHN XVINDHAM, Q A 6 . ....... . Cleveland Master of iff! Mnaksg Education Club 11, 2, 35: Varsity Football 14, 553 "M" Club 14, 55. 29 School of Liberal Arts Eslalllislzvd 18,13 SENIOR OFFICERS JAMES J. LENOIR ...... Prrsidrnt MACK SMYTIIE . , . . I'ifr-Prrsidfnt D0Ro'I'IIY MILLER . . .... Sfcrclary E. L. I.IPscoMB . . . . . . Trcasurer RAQIIEL ZELLER . . . . Historian COMMITTEES Caps and Gouvzs FRANK LEFTWICII, Chairman EVELYN COCIIRAN HODGE TI'i0MPSON Invitations GEORGE TOMI.lNSON, Chairman R0sA '1sA'l'li T. J. DAVIS fllrm orial A. C. Kmn, Chairman S. K. .ARMSTRONG T. B. BUTLER CARL CoIaRs ROLE RIs'I'AD 30 TJ COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS SENIOR CLASS PAVLINE APPLEWHITE, IP Ill ........ . . . Jackson Barhflor of .iris Vit-e-President of Class, lg Greek Club, 15 Student Council for XVomen, 23 Millsaps College, . 33 Pan-Helleniv Council, 4. She is fair of face, slender and tall, this beautiful Polly. A girl like her is hard to find, not only charming and attractive, but one who can make A's as well. CARRYE LEE ASHFORD, 115 M ......... . Pocahontas Bachelor of Jrfs NVoman's College, 13 Latin Club. 25 French Club, 2, 33 Education Club. 2, 3, 43 Vice- President of Class, 2, Tennis Team, 2, Bridge Club. 3. Dainty, lovable, always accommodating, and charmingly feminine, Carrye Lee has left the touch of her sweet personality with us. XVILLIAM CLOUGH BEARD, JR. . ....... . Columbus Bachelor of Arfs Hermaean, 1, 2, 3, 4, Education Club. 45 Freshnien Y. M. C. A. Count-il, 1. As il youth he came from the city of Columbus, as a man he departs for fields of greater fame. Beard leaves with us the memory of.a friend and gentleman. GEORGE LACEY BILES, Z X . ....... . Summer Barhrlor of .ulrls Club, 2, 3. 4: Freshman Football, lg Varsity Football, 2, 3, -lg Sevretary of Hermaean. 25 Treasurer of Hermaean, 33 Gordon Hall Board of Control, 25 Track Team, 1, 25 Student Assistant in Chemistry, 4. Lacey will be loved by students for years to come, even as he is now, as the man who scored the winning touchdown against the Aggies for the first time in sixteen years. A hero upon the gridiron, a prince among men, and a jolly good fellow among friends, Lacey will be hard to replace in the hearts of those who know him. REUBEN LEON BOLTON . ....... . Booneville Bachelor of .flrls Education Club, 3, 4. Bolton is one of the best students at Ole Miss and a good pal to all his friends. He is sure of success in the school of living. 31 COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS SENIOR CLASS ROBERT V. BROVVN, U K U ......... . University Bachelor of .iris Phi Sigma. 2. 3. -l: Latin Vluh, 2, 43 l"rent-h l'lub. 2: Taylor Medal in Biology, 23 Student Assistant in Biology, 43 Treasurt-r, 35 President, 4: University Chorus, 4. Robert is kept from very close Contact with us by being a native of Ole Miss, but he has shown himself a capable and pleasant student and one likely to tread in the footsteps of his father. j..xM13s SIDNEY BRUNIFIELD, A U A ..... . Gloster Bafllflor of .iris Phi Sigma, 21 Y. M. t'. A., 3, 'ig Education Club, 3, 4. Though a quiet and unobtrusive fellow, Brumfield has convictions and will stand up for them in the face of any odds. A true friend and a pleasant companion, and a man whose band is as good as his word. J. S. will be missed by his many friends. CECIL M. BRYSON, 9 B, H K H ....... . Guntown Bachelor of ffrls l"r1-slunnn Basketball, 1g Varsity Raskt-tlmll, 2, 3, 4: t'a11tain Basketball, 45 Honor Roll, 33 'Fnylnr Mt-dnl in lvlatlit-iiiatics, 3, "M" Vlub, 2, 3, 'lg Assistant in Organic Chemistry Labora- tory, 4. Cecil gives the lie to the parable that one man cannot be an exceptional student and a star athlete and remain normal. "Rosie" is just as level headed upon the basketball court as in the classroom and is one of the greatest captains the Red and Blue quintet has boasted in many vears. C,xRol,x'N E1.lz.,uuaTH BL'Rm2TTE, 7' A ..... . Lumberton Ilarhrlor of flrts All Saints Vollt-gt-. l, 23 Latin Vlulf, R, -1: Se-crm-tary Latin l"luh, 4: Latin Players, 3. 4: Vit-t--l'rt-sith-nt, 35 litluvntiuti Vinh, 3, 43 Greek t'Iuh, lg University Chorus, 45 Philomatbeang l'It:i Slglllll l'lll. A substantial and persevering student who will make the most out of life, Elizabeth is one of the few students who combine intelligence with personality and ability. Cikrwi-:R lim ISYNVM . ...... . Saltillo Bachelor of Arts Phi Sigma: lwlnsnnlf' Vlulvp I'utnlu-rlnml Univvrsityg University of Texas. XVbetber 'he works or plays be does it with a wholebearted vim that spells success in the future. X et be is :I quiet sort of chap, who says little hut knows much. 32 ff z- ---xf COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS SENIOR CLASS SHED HILL C.-XFFEY . . ....... . Oxford Baclzflor of .iris Y. M. C. A. Count.-ilg Y. M. C. A. Cal'-inet: President of Phi Sigma Literary Society. The striking thing about Shed Hill Calfey is that he continues to be an active leader in all organizations and a conscientious and untiring student without sacrificing one whit his ability to hold enthralled the hearts of all with whom he comes in contact. CARMEN CALLOWAY . .... .... . Oxford Barllrlor of .iris Latin Club. 35 Etlut-ation t'lul1. 2. 33 Y. XY. C. A., 2. Il. Carmen is a gootl student and has many attractive and sterling qualities. Although of a rather serious turn of mind, she has a great inliuence over those with whom she comes in COIIIZICI. f JAMES A. C.-XSBIIBN, J T J ......... . Sumner Bachelor of .iris Popu'ar, studious, and intelligent are terms that can be applied to Dutch. During his four years on the campus he has made many friends and will be missed when he is gone. EVELYN HORTENSE COCHRAN, .Y A, X J 'II . . . . Baldwyn Bafhrlor of .iris M. S. C. NV., 15 NX'inner of Taylor Medal in English, 2: French t'lul-, 2: Etlut-ation Club. 2. 33 Condu:-tress and President of Chi Delta Phi Litt-rary Sorority. 3. -1: Secretary of Pi Kappa, Pi Honorary lfraternity, 4: House President of Ilielis Hall, 43 Set-ret:u'y of Y. NY. C. A.. -lg "Mississippian" Staff, 3,-ig Mariortettt-S, 3, -1. Evelyn's honors bespeak her ability. A natural tact for leading, a most pleasing personality, an unusual amount of dependability, and a brilliant mind all combine to makeher a valuable member of the college community. RIILDRED G05 COCHRAN, J J J, X J Q . . . . Baldwyn Barhrlor of Ari: University of Illinois, 1. 25 American Cosmopolitan Clulig Greek Club, 33 Secretary of Education Clulm, 41 Y. XV. C. A. A heart of.pure gold, a happy disposition, a capacity for true friendship, a character of nobe qualities, and dependability are some of the characteristics which are involved in the makeup of Mildred. 33 -.... ...- ,CA - ..,....Ew,,.,,, T323 - ff .. is :--- Q sE:""'l""i'?""E""' L, c - COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS SENIOR CLASS REBECCA C0014 . ....... . Clarksdale Bachelor of .Iris Philoniathcai' Lite-Vary Society: Education t'lub. A really line girl is Rebecca, for she has all the qualities of worth and genuineness. She is the owner of many splendid grades and deserves much. Locus Vivmx CRAIG . . . ..... . Homewood Bachelor of .-Iris l'hi Sigma: Y. M. C. A.: Promotion t'ommittec, 2, 31 Cabin t, 3. 43 Masonic Club, 1, 2, 3, -ig Greek club, 3, Education Club, 2, 3, el: Student Assistant Philosophy, 4. A faithful student and a good college sport, also capable of holding many honors where only, ahility will serve. HL'ni5RT CREEKMORE, I Y . ........ . Jackson Barlirlor of .iris St-cr-'tary Sci-ibblt-is. 3: lfrencli Players, 1, 21 Marionetta-s, 2, 3. 43 Scenic Artist. 4: Glee Vlub, -lg Four Arts Club, 23 Ifrcm-h Club, Latin Club, Greek Club, Staff "Ole Miss," 43 Assistant liclitoi' "Scrt-ani." llis intellect is hoth earnest and keen, and his thoughts express themselves in lucid words- in him, "local color" is never lacking. Such is Hubert-pride of the Scribblers, wizard of the piano, and master of all that he undertakes. Tuomlxs jizrifizizscm Davis, K lf, II K Il . . . . University Bafhrlof of :Iris Tziyl-'I' Medal in English Hg Honor Roll, 3. jeff, although not the Southern statesman, might well he, with his ability. He is a genial companion, and a brilliant student, excelling in French. lit'i..ix XVREN Dfw . ....... . McComb Barlfrlor of .-'lrlx I-Iiluvntion Plub, II, 4, Gr.-cle Vlub. lg Mni'ioiu-tts-s. l. 2. 33 Secretary, 33 Sophomore Treas- ure-rg Vxcm--l'l'1-sith-nt Floss 33 l.t-gislntivv Founcil, 2. Social and friendly' whenever you meet her, Eula Vllren has the spirit that will make her successful in life. Able to do almost anything and do it well, she is the kind of girl we are glad to call a friend. ' 3-S . 4-.. .., ,..,, ., ,.,,.,, .,,. ,.,..,.... ., Y S .. ' . . pl' l' '. - .........-,, .......tl,L...,........Il.I'.! COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS SENIOR CLASS ERNESTINI5 DESPLDRTE, 'D .ll ....... . . . . Biloxi Bachelor of flrls M. S. C. XV.. 1, 2. 32 Education Club, Greek Cluli. Her ability to adapt herself to her environment is Certainly an asset we like. In spite of her having been here only one year, her friendliness aIId ready smile have made her one of our best liked Co-eds. FRANCES Htusox EUBANKSV, J J J ........ . Aberdeen Baflrflor of :Iris , M. S. C. XV., 1. 2, 33 Education Club, 4. Baby Face? VVell, maybe so, but that is not all. Her grades will prove much more. Her friendly disposition is the medium by which she left a host of friends at M. S. C. VV., and that same factor has caused her to have many at Ole Miss. T. J. FATHEREE, A A M .......... . Paehuta Bachelor of .-Iris Freshman Basketball: Sports Editor Mississippian, 4: Hermae-an. Jeff is a quiet and unassuming lad, but a distinction student and a polished gentleman. His work upon the weekly publication has been meritorius during the last three years. His ability is shown by his completion of the college course in three years. EDWINA Form, J J J, X J Q ........ . . Goodman Bachelor of .ulrls BI-lhavt-n. 1. 23 Secretary XVomen's Student Government. 35 Y. XV. C. A. Cabinet, 33 Legislative Vouncil Student Governmi-nt, 45 Pan-Hellenic Council, 4, "Ole Miss" Staff, 45 President "Y," 4. For three years she was an "A" girl, but now she wears three "D's" for Dependable, Dauntless, Deserving. Edwina is an able person, as evidenced by her honorsg sociable, as evidenced by ber many friends, loved, as evidenced by the many-well, she was very much loved by all. JUDITH VIRGINIA Fox, X Q ......... , Scott Barhelor of Arts Her cool head and common sense have won for Virginia quite a number of friends. She is one of those fortunate people, who do not really have to study as much as others. , 35 I J. , J-, , COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS SENIOR CLASS EDDIE GATHINGS. ........ . .La Feria, Texas Bachelor of Arts Basketball, 1, 2, 3, 43 Captain. 33 Greek Club, 23 Education Club, 3, 4. During her years at Ole Miss, Eddie has established herself in the minds of those who know her as a true and sincere friend and a thorough student. When she leaves, we will miss her in more ways than one, but particularly as our star basketball player. COLUMBUS C. GULLET. . .......... . .University Bachelor of flris Eduvation Club, Greek Clulvg Y. M. C. A. He is a quiet sort of fellow, a willing worker and a devoted adherent to his standards. ANNA HAGAh'IAN, X Q . ....... . Raymond Bachelor of flrts 1.4-gislative Count-il, 25 "Y" Cabinet. 31 Greek Club, Education Club. A girl who mixes reason with pleasure and wisdom with mirth. Attractive, friendly, and an all-round girl. VVhether it rains or the sun shines, she is always the same good sport. CLAUIJE VERNoN HATHoRN, JR., A T A . . . . . Columbia Bachelor of Arts Pan-llt-Ill-nil' Voum-il, 45 Monks: Gros,-lc Clulrg Educ-ation Club, Student Publications Council, -1. As "Bunk" is almost entirely occupied with romance, he does not have much time for us students. Really a likeable fellow, we wish him the best of luck, in love or out. AUGUSTA EWING HAUGH, T A ....... . .West Point Bachelor of flrls M. S. C. XV., 1, 2. 35 Legislative Count-ll, 4. Augusta is a genuine girl. She is always ready to do her part to make a better Ole Miss and whatever she does, she does well. Although, a student here for only one year, she has proved herself the kind of girl we all like to have around. 36 .A i-4-v--gvLi- A- Y t .., Lf-7 r H-YQ-VVLV1-kwg-Q. , N - A----A -1----ef-N -h ,L fy AA L 1 'JY' - A-, , -A-4 . .7, . 1 .-4...-:Q-ig- :tbl - - 'I x COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS SENIOR CLASS ROBERT VVOOD H1NToN, III, E N ....... . Lumberton Bachelor of Arts Sewanee, 1,. 2, Musical Club, 3, 4: De Molay Club, 35 Hcrmaean Literary Society, 33 "Ole Miss" Staff, 4, Intra-Mural Football Champions. 3. "Phat-Phat III," the songster from Sewanee, thinks he has ministerial inclinations, but his actions belie his words. He is a good sport with everybody and believes in living for the good of life, and doing for the good of friends. JOHN HOLLIDAY HOLLOMAN, JR., Z A E, Z Y, A T E, T K A, II K H, Itta Bena K Bachelor of Arts Emory and Henry College, 1, 2, 3: Inter-collegiate Debater, 3, 4, 5, 65 President of First Year Law Class. 43 Executive Council of A. S. B., 43 Forum, 33 Critic, 43 Honor Roll, 43 Taylor Medal in Latin, 43 XVinner of State Oratoricalh Medal, 4, Latin Players, 3. 4, 53 Blackstone Law Club, 3, 4, 5, Phi Sigma Literary SOCIQKY, 4, 53 "Mississippian" Staff, 45 Lamar Club, Debating Council, 53 Secretary of Scribblers, 5. john is an Abraham Lincoln of the South, entangled in the snares of feminine wiles. Delving in the classic lore of ancient days has been a specialty of his, but it has not made him a dusty and doting scholar. FANNIE MAE HOUSTON, A A gl ........ . Aberdeen I Barhelor of Arts M. S. C. XV., 1. 2, 3, 45 Education Club, 4. Her only weakness is Phi Delta Thetas, which may not be a weakness after all. There is not much of her, but what there is, is of the best. BRANHAM HUME, Z X . ....... . University Barhelor of Aris Moaksg Freshman Baseball, 13 Forum, 2. 33 Assistant Business Manager of "The Scream," 35 Business Manager, 4. Branham is a typical son of "Little Allie." When he says "Scat!" five cats need five holes to escape from the "Scream" ofiice. He is a lady killer, but seems to have an acute predelection for the Northern variety. A better sport never breathed the ozone about the Ole Miss "Coop." EUNICE HURST, K Z T. ....... .Lucedale Bachelor of Arts Mississippi XVoman's College. 1, 23 Greek Clubg Education Club. Eunice works hard and always makes good. She is one of the best students in school and with her winning personality, is sure to make her mark in life. . 37 COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS SENIOR CLASS ELSIE ADELE HYATT, K .Y T ......... . . Buntyn, Texas V Bachelor of flrfs Here is an active, wide-awake Senior who does things well and doesn't fuss about having much to do. Elsie is a good chum and an indispensable acquaintance because of her friendli- ness and good nature. ERNEST PEvToN JONES, H K A ........ . Hermanville Bachelor of Arts Millsaps College, 1, 23 Blackstone, 3, 4. We are mighty glad Ernest will be with us a few more years, because after he gets his degree, he will make a hole in one with his law. NIERCER DAVIE JONES, A 9' ........ . Columbia Bachelor of .-Yrls President Latin Cluh, -tg Phi Sigma. 3, 45 Student Assistant in Spanish, 3, 4. Mercer has run away with scholastic honors since he entered Ole Miss. Scorning a grade less than an "A," he has drawn the attention of the faculty and now seems to have aspirations to join it. Ruwiz ETHELYN I1AlXlAR . ........ . Pine Valley Baflieior of :iris Staunch and true, capable and studious, gentle and dignified, Ruby has made herself a perma- nent place in the hearts of those who have been fortunate enough to be her friends. james JEFFERSON Li2No1R, A A M, A df E, II K Il ...... . . McComb Barllflor of sift: Ill-rniau-an, 1, 2. 3. 45 Pnrlizunentnrian, 23 Vive-Prusidviit, 35 Taylor Medal in History, 3: Vit-4--l'i't-sith-int Vlnss. fl: National Coniniittm-xnan, Alpha Phi Epsilon, -lg Inter-fraternity r'nun:'Il, 4, 1'rt-side-nt via:-is, -i. Jimmie stands at the head of the class of '27 and merits the position. Sincere, studious, level- hezuled, original, and determined, he stands for the best that Ole Miss has to offer. 38 YAM-.. . ..,. .....,. . - . . Y - --f - - -- '. un1s-ae--+1env, -- COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS SENIOR CLASS BIARY BELLE LENZ, X J T, H K H ..... . Greenville Baclzrlor of .-Iris Latin Club, 1, 2, 3: Greek Club, 13 Education l'luh, 2, 35 Legislative Council Student Gov- ernment, 3. Mary Belle is very studious although she does not have to be. Here is a girl who says what she thinks and means what she says. She will always stick by her friends through thick and thin. EDXV.-KRD Lowxoiss LIPSCOMB, O B ....... . Columbus Bachelor of .iris Hermaean, 1. 23 Phi Sigma, 33 Greek Club, 1. 2. 3: Education Club, 3, 4: Y. M. C. A.. Cah- inet. 3. 4: Secretary, -lg "Mississippian" Board of Vontrol, 2: Assistant News Editor: News Editor, Editor: Dormitory Vhampion Basketball Team, 2: M. I. P. A., 2, 3, 45 Assistant Business Manager the "Scream," 23 Student Assistant in English. 3, 45 Treasurer Class, -lg Tennis Team, 3. 4. Ed has shown the faculty and Student Body many things in his four years here. He is one student who has not majored in Freshman English, then he has made an enviable record as Editor. Failure is a word the meaning of which Ed will never know. XVILLARD LEROY Lnlscoms, K Z ....... . Greenville Baflzrlor of .-Irts Greek Club, 1, 2,3 Education Club. 3, 4: Phi Sigma, 1, 3. 45 Dormitory Football and Base- ballg Y. M. C. A. "Lip" is a bonny lad with a rosebloom complexion. He loves the ladies and his wine and both love him. As the fifth of a family of brothers to graduate from Ole Miss he has never allowed tradition to lag. BUFORD ELABI BICCHAREN ......... .Toccopola Bafhelor of flrts Education Club, 2, 31 Phi Sigma, 3. 4. He is a good student and a very likable man, one of the few who are really taking advantage of a college education to learn all that it holds. JOHN DUDLEY RICCHAREN ........ ...... . Toceopola Bachelor of .-Iris Education Club, 3, 43 Phi Sigma. 3, 41 Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, 4. For Dudley an accurate description may be given in these few words: "He is a good fellow and a true friend." 39 o4wn1nn COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS SENIOR CLASS Bussni G. RlClNNIS, T J . ....... . Gulfport BllI'lII'l0I' of .lrls HY" m'grl.int:l, 135 Vive-I'1'esi1lwi1t Y, XV, ti A.. 3: Student Gox't-rilment l'ounm-il, 3g Education . ., .. 1 A .. 1 lull. -. J: Ian-I-lellenif-. .1. ller artistic sense of beauty makes her very useful wherever she goes. Bessie is ready and willing to work, and does with pleasure anything that may he assigned to her. l,t'eY Mui iklClXlll,L.-KN . ...... . Vicksburg Blll'fll'l0f of fl fix All Saints, 1. 2,5 Greek Vlulyg Eduention Vluhg Y. XV. F. A. Lucy Mae eame to Ole lkfliss with the idea of getting an education and she has done it. I.oyal, sweet, and always friendly, Lucy Mae has endeared herself to all who know her. l-'krxxelis MCNAIR, 'll .ll . ....... . jackson Iiafllrlor of .slrls Latin Vlulvg l'2lll-ll1'lll'llll', -lg Set-retary, Al: Millsaps. 2, 3. lfranees' strongest characteristic is her outstanding executive ability. She has the qualities of real leaderslnp, and has taken an active part in all campus activities. lln..xn Kl,xer4nc, X Q . ....... . Biloxi HIlt'lIl'l0f of .Irlx Gres-li Ulu!-L I-Zrlni-ation Vlulrg M. S. ti W.: Gull' Park. A sparkling disposition has gained for her many friends at Ole Miss. XVho can ever forget her sparkling eyes which disclose real life? "Sulhcient unto the day is the evil thereof" seems lo lve her lvelief. Nlylaox Rl-Lx hl.Xl.0Nl5 ........... , .... . Darling Hlet- wlnli, Ip l'hi Signing lVlast-nie Vluh. Rex is a student ol ahility as well as a friend to everyone. Ile will be much missed here next year. 40 Y' '?lZ4:f'4,i:5...3"2'f "'?i' 4fA -T ' 1' ' - O- COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS SENIOR CLASS EDWARD HERBERT lb'IARSHALL, .Y A E ...... . New Albany Bachelor of flrts Fr:-shinan Base-ball, 11 Varsity Bass-ball, 2, 3. 4: Intrainural Singles Tennis Champion, 33 "M" Club, 2, 3, 43 Edtn-atioii Club, Latin Clubg Rt-porter, "M" tflub, 4. Eddie is thoroughly at home both on the diamond and at the "coop." Both the athletic and and social sides of Ole Miss will lose a star in him. XVILIAIETTA NIAY, K .YT . ....... . Shaw Baflzflor of .Iris 1Voman's Follege. 1, 23 Edu:-ation Vlub, 3, 45 Greek Club, 4. Her cool head and common sense have won for VVilimetta quite a number of friends who will stick by her throughout life. DOROTHY MILLER, K J . ........ . jackson Barlfflor of .AI rts Millsaps, 1, 23 Sc-cretary, Senior Flass, 43 Marione-ttes, 3. lg Manager, Ricks Hall Inter- dormitory Teams. lg Pan-Hellenir' l"ounr'il, -lg Feature Editor, "Mississippian," 33 Assistant Editor, "Ole Miss," -lg Som-ial Chairinan. Y. NV. C. A., 4. "Baby Love" has a number of admirable qualities not the least of which is her executive ability. She has succeeded in devastating many hearts, and been an able assistant in editing the annual. SPENCER LEROY lbIL'RPHY, JR. . ....... . Grenada Barlzflor of .fl rl: Latin Club, 1, 2, 3, 43 Secretary-TI'easurf-I', 33 Latin Players, 3, 41 Reporter, 43 Hermaean, 1, 23 Reporter, 13 Library Assistant, 3: Education Club, 4. Spencer has won the thicksoled buskins of Plautus and revelled in the classics to quite an extent. VVe predict for him real success in the world of classical literature. MARGARET PHILLIPS . ....... . Hattiesburg Bachelor of Arts M. S. C. XV., 1, 2, From-h Flub, 3, 4: Greek Plub, 33 Education Club, 3. -l. Margaret is another of those girls who have held themselves in such reserve that we feel that we scarcely know her at all. However, those who have had classes with her could not fail to notice that her work was above reproach. 41 COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS SENIOR CLASS RIARTHA ELIZABETH FOLK .......... . .Laurel Bachelor of :iris All Saint's, 1, 2.: Education Club, Y. XV. C. A. Cabinet. "The choicest things of life come in small packages." She is genteel in conduct, attractive and friendly in manner, and an all-round girl. G. ROLFE RISTAD, f .-1 E . ....... . lillanitowoc, VVis. Barllflor of Ari: Potillioii Club, 1: Education Club, 2, 3, 43 Greek C'lub. 2, fl: intra-Mural Football, 1, 2, 3: Inter-Fraternity Count-il, 43 Glee Club, 2, 3, 43 Track Manager, 4. "Yank" desired to be educated the Southern way so came to Dixie all the way from Wisconsin. Ile was so deeply impressed with Ole Miss that he has brought us a younger brother. VVe hope "Yank" won't let the Mason and Dixon line keep him in VVisconsin for the future and that he will visit his Alma Mater as often as he Call. Gnome Tuomas Roocaas . ....... . Pontotoc Barlzelor of .-Iris Y. M. t'. A. Fresliinzin Coniniitte-ep Cabinet, -lg Greek Club. 33 Treasurer, 43 Education Club. 3, 41 Reporter. 43 Three-Year Student: Phi Sigma. George is known as one of the smartest boys at Ole Miss, but in the pursuit of knowledge he has not neglected the social side and leaves behind a host of friends. Helium' OTTls Russem. . ....... . Pontotoc Barlzelor of flrls Edu:-ation Cluh, 3, 43 Phi Sigma, 4. ll. O. is a very valuable man to the School of Education. He is always the same anywhere you meet him and can be depended on to help in any good cause. llARMoN U. SANDERS . . .......... . Carrollton Barlmlor of Arts lit-Malay Club, 3, 4: Fri-shnian Raskotlmllg St-rub Basketball, 33 Hermnenn, 3, 4: All-Dor- :nitory li. G.. 23 t'oninu-rviul Plull, -lg Education Vlub, 43 "Y" Cabinet, 4: Student Assistant ii l'hn-ni stry, 4. Harmon is the reliable, steady type of which one hears in the world out of college. He has shown it in religious work as well as in other campus activities. 42 - ..- vt., - -. ,., , - V - .. . L . - .A ,.-- - . . - , L -- Q., 1 Y l 1 i , A 1 l llf' v s 'xg KAL- 1 L, .J I , , J., B KJki4L'lr...- " 'Q' -M- COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS SENIOR CLASS CONNER AIAE SCOTT, K .Y T ......... . . Lake Cormorant Barhrlor of .Jrls M. S. C.. 1. 23 Education Clubg Greek Club. She is happy-go-lucky and yet a conscientious student. Her cheerful manner and amiable personality have made her liked by everyone. HIAURICE VVALTER SCOTT, A II A ...... . . Lucedale Bachelor of .iris Track, 1, 2. 3, 43 Cross-Country Medal, 23 Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, 4: Assistant in Biology. 3, 43 Education Clulvg Secretary Class, 33 Captain. Track 4. Scott is known on the campus as a true, conscientious student, and on the cinder path as a runner without a peer. Scott will run the race of life in the same manner that he ran the races for his Alma Mater. ANNA E. SHIELDS, I' .1 . ....... . Natchez Bachelor of Art: Legislative Council, 13 President Student Government for XVoxnen, 45 Latin Club, 33 Education Club, 3. Nan is a most capable Student Government President, succeeding in not only keeping law and order among the Co-eds, but their respect and friendship as well. She is a good student and a loval friend. OMAR DYKE SMITH . ........ . Oxford Bachelor of iris Phi Sigma Literary Society: Education Club. O. D. is one of the Oxford boys whom we never have the pleasure of seeing much. He is a good student and a likable fellow. ' NIACK SMYTHE, .Q A . ........ . Lake Bachelor of .-ffl: Centre College. 1: Herrnaean Literary Society. 2. 33 Greek Club, 2: Education Club, 2, 3g Business Manager. "Mississippian," 3. 4, M. I. P. A., 3, 4: Treasurer Student Body, 43 Executive Committee A. S. B., 43 Vice-President Class, 45 Inter-Fraternity Council, -lg Board of Directors, Y. M. C. A.g Finance Committee "Y," 3. Mack is one of the hardest and most successful working boys at Ole Miss. He has been an asset to every department of endeavor which he has entered and with such practice need have no fear of the world. 43 e,,,,,,, ,, e eeeeeee S.. - , . VJ COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS SENIOR CLASS ERNEST XVHEELER STENNETT ........... .Burns Baclzflor of .iris 5' phi gamma: Bla,-kgtone Vluhg Vive-President, Education Club. 33 First Orator Phi Sigma Anniversary, 35 Debating Club. 3. 45 President Masonic Club, 43 Debate Council, 4g Secre- tary Gordon Hall Boarding t'1uh, 4. "judge" is a well-known and well-liked fixture on the Ole Miss campus. He is equally pro- licient and popular in both forensic and dining halls at Ole Miss. Bl. BIORGAN STEVENS, JR., K A ........ . Jackson Baclzrlor of .-Iris john came here after two years at the Methodist Seminary at Jackson, but he soon threw off that handicap and has established himself'as a worthy son of Ole Miss. S. XV. SL'I.L1vAN . ........ .Jackson Barlmlor of .elrls G 'orgin Tec-h, 1, 2, 3. After :-peneleingz, three years at Georgia Tech, Sammy decided to finish his education in the right way hy coming to Ole Miss. In his short stay here he has made many friends. Ros.-x 'I'.x'rli, X Q . . ....... . . llfIcComb Barhflof of :Iris Mnriom-ttvs. l, 2, 3, -1: Sem-i'vt:iry Marionettvs, 2: Vim--Pri-sirlvnt Sophomore Class. 25 lfltluf-ation Vluh, 1, 2, 3, -lg Crt-ek Cluli. 1: Briflgre Cluh, 33 President Pan-Hellenic' Count-il, 4. Ilere is another member of the Class of ,27 who found time to devote herself to other things hesides getting an education. She has a circle of warm friends who will always be devoted to her. XV. M. 'I'.1xYl,oR . ........ . Booneville Barllrlor of .Alrls llcre is another of our good conscientious students, whom we are proud to claim as a son of Ole Miss. VVhatever he does in after life, he is sure to do well. 44 A- -1.,.-Q-: ..--4-f ,- ., r .. -..- Tl. v V2 l COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS SENIOR CLASS AI.-miss GRAIN THoMAs . ....... . lValnut Grove Bachelor of qlrls Education Club, 2, 3, 43 Vice-President, 43 Grcvk Club, 31 Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, lg Scrub Basketball, 3, 45 Phi Sigma, 4. VVe are sure that this man will make a success of whatever he goes into. He has not only made 21 good record here as a student, but gained many good friends as well. ALLEN CAVETT THOBIPSLJN, I X, A Q E . . . . University Bachelor of .Jrls President. Junior Classg Mississippi State Tennis f"ll2'lIll1JlUIl, 19211-273 State Inter-eolleginte Tennis f'h:1n1pion. 21 Vice-President Y. M. V. A.. 41 Marionettes, 3, 4: Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, 3, -lg Phi Sigma, 1, 45 Treasurer. 3: Cotillion Club. 1. 23 Basketball, 23 Club, 2, 3, 43 Alpha Phi Epsilon, 3, 4, Reporter. 43 I'T1'l'llf'll Players, 2. "That Tennis VVizard" Allen, with his winning smile and cheery "hello," is going to continue in law here at Ole Miss. VVe hope he will raise as good a racket in the law courts as he has on the tennis courts. JOHN Honors rFHOMPSON,:1 J M, A JJ E . . . . VVeslaco, Texas Bachelor of .-Iris I-In-rniaezui, 1, 2, 3, -1: Sei-retary, 33 C'hairman Parlianientary Examination Committee "' Executive Committee. 33 Extension Committee, 33 Alpha Phi Epsilon, 3, 43 St'1'l'l'IZ'll'B'. 43 President of Herman-an Literary Soc-if-ty. 41 lVI:1i'ion+-ttf-s. 3, 43 Frenvli Players, 2 31 Fire-ulation Staff "Mississippian," 1: Editorial Staff "Mississippian, 31 Freshmztu Football, 13 From-h Club, 2, 31 Greek Club, 3 45 Education Club, 4: Treasurer of Junior Plass, 3' Pipe Fitters, 1, 2, 3. -13 Inter-dormitory Football, Basketball and Soct-er, Cap and Gown Uoniniitrc.-eg Four Arts Club. Hodge is the last of the three famous Thompson hrothers. He has the combined talent of the other two and we can easily say that the sky is the limit of success with such as he. KIARIANNIE TINDALL, Z A . ....... . Houston Bachelor of flrls Mississippi State College for XVomen, 1. 2g Eduvation Clubg Greek Cluh. Marianne expresses a preference in English for Shakespeare. She has many attractive and friendly traits and one cannot help admiring and loving her. EVA MAE VVATTS, K I T. ....... . Blaine Bachelor of .-Iris XVo1nan's College. 1, 25 Education Club, 3, 45 Greek Club, 14, 4. Her good humor and ready smile, with her charming personality, have assisted her in acquir- ing numerous life long friends. 45 31- R- -- . V-Q,-.W--.,..... .1 ,. .., 4.4. 3 f.-., SL- 4. .. ,L.-.......h.., L A R 1 COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS SENIOR CLASS L.-XXYREXCE CARTER VVRIGHT . ........ . Port Gibson Baflzrlor of .-Iris Phi Sigma, 1, 2, 3, 4: "Mississippian" Staff, 2, 3: Blackstone Club, 45 Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, 3, 4: Greek Club. 1, 2. Lawrence is one of the quietest boys on the campus, never making himself conspicuous by pushing himself forward. But as "still waters run deep" so is Lawrenceg all does not show on the surface. RACHEL ELIZABETH ZELLER, 2' A, X -1 T . . . . . . . . Yazoo City Barlzrlor of .Iris Marion-ettes, 1, 2, 3. -lg Sci-rvtary ol' Marionettes, 3: "Scream" Staff. 2, 33 "Mississippian" Staff, 3: Brown Poetry Prizm-, 2, 33 Greek Club, 3. , I . . . . . . Rachels wonderful dramatic ability and a decided talent for writing have made her well known to the campus. Her high grades and honors she carries in her quite, unassuming way- bespeaking ability and character. VVe are sure we will hear from her again. ERNEST JARRATT BE.-XXL.-XND, K .Y ....... . . . . Oxford Barlwlor of .Jrts Marionette-s, 1, 2, -lg Freshman Baseball. 1: Forum, 1, 2, Sewanee, 3. Jarrett is a good actor, as the many Ole Miss audiences, who have seen him on the Marionette stage, can witness, but he couldn't even act if Ole Miss were not first in his heart. He went to Sewanee for his junior year but returned to graduate with his many and warm friends at the lfniversitv. 46 ,bf -v-.-- --,.p.--- .--Q. -- , X-, -1 F -1. n...r-4 ii.. - . " ' ' TJ R .. -.-Li .B .i"" E f ff 2 1 A-uh --.-- , Y L 1 LA- Ai 'rf 1 E 4. - ---- at r A BX " ""' .e.. -:h...7 ,Y -All N,- LT. . SCl'lOO1 of Commerce Established 1917. SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS C. E. MILLER .......... . Prf-siden! L. F. MULLER . . . . l'irf-Presidvnt A. E. BRINSON . . .... Svrrrtary T. J. PRINCE .... . . . Trfasurfr 47 . ,W I . -,z::g- . .,S --..-:T-.,-:: A-. -1: T- .--,..' . 11:9 SCHOOL OF COMMERCE SENIOR CLASS VV. F. BOYLES . .............. . Maben Bachelor of Science in Commerce This man is a sincere student who never shirks his work no matter what the quantity. It is certain that he will make a successful business man. ALONZO EQUEN BRINSON, O B, Z A ........ . Monticello Bachelor of Science in Commerce Herniaoan Literary Society, 1, 23 Basketball, 2, 3. -13 Club, 3, 4: "Ole Miss" Board of Control, 43 t'ommert-ial Club, 1. 2, 3, -ig Secretary of Senior Class, 43 Student Assistant in Atgcouutancy, 4. lirinson has proved to be an efiicient instructor in the Commercial School and the University will surely feel a loss without him. c,lI.IVER E. CATHEY, 2' A ............. . Taylor Bachelor of Science in Commerce llt-rmal-an Literary Soc-it-ty, 23 Commt-ri-ial Clubg Education Club. Oliver is quiet, but liked by all who know him, for he has a pleasant disposition which will prove a great asset in later life. X V CARL R. CUERS, ...' A E, .. A ............ . Iileridian Bachelor of Science in Commerce Pri-sidt-nt of l"re-sliman Class, Pre-siclent ot Sophomore- Class: Freshman Baseball and. lftmllmllg lmrzi-Murztl Bust-bull Chzimpions, 2: Commercial Club, 1, 2, 3, 43 Education Club, 3, 45 St-rub l"ootb:tll and Baseball, 25 Monks. "Kiddy" started oft big at Ole Miss hy being elected president of his class for two successive rears, and with his uncanny business ability and deserved popularity, he likewise is leaving like a lion. iVu.i.l.ixxt Hotisrox Howm ........... .jackson Bachelor of Science in Commerce lla-rmzu-an Lltt-rary Soc-it-ty, Pomnu-rt-ial Club. This quiet lad from the capitol city always minds his own business and that's saying a lot. 'l'Iie records of the Commerce School will show that he has learned another "business" at Ole Miss. -Qi "wif JW, fr", l ' 1 ,ii l ll ,ly 44A 1,1 l ,, lil .-1 'l lmpka ,n , f 'Y i'l l ,Ii mg l,n.' i,li Vi l . v1I ,. Il li' rx, ,ii l I. lt' was .yn 'N I 1 l ' 48 4, B... -- .x ,. . A lx- I ---,,,,:,A , 4, s q -ye -, Y y 1 ,il 1 f 5! . --- --,....i-.Aa up-A.. .......vl1t J f Y e e x Y, X 1 SCHOOL OF COMMERCE SENIOR CLASS ELOISE JOHNSON, X Q .............. . Greenwood Barlmlor of Sricnrv in Comnzvrcf Stephens Poll--gvg ifnmnls-r:'ial Vlulmg Eduvation Vluh. Charming, dignified, dependable-all seem to have a very special meaning when applied to Eloise, for she makes those simple adjectives really mean something. CARL LOPER, Q A . ............. V . . Lake Bachelor of Science in Commerce A. IQ M., 1, 23 f'ommervizxl Vlub, 3, 4. 5, Band. 2, 3, 4, 53 Eiluvntion Club. 4, After serving a term at A. Sz M. Carl has completely exonerated himself of such a misdemeanor by proving himself a true son of Ole Miss. Friendly and steady, he is known to be reliable at all times. ' Tuoxms CAMERON RI.-XRSHALL, S A E . . . .... . New Albany Bachelor of Science in Commerce Baseball, 2, 3, -lg Captain, 43 Club, 2, 3, -lg Treasurer of Student Body, 3. A wizard of the diamond and a master of finance-that's Tommie. Needless to say, everybody likes him and in any kind of financial statement, he would be considered an asset. CHESTER ERNEST NIILLER, Q A, E A ........ . Crenshaw Bachelor of Science in Commerce President of Senior Commerce Class: Executive Committee of Student Body. 4: Secretary of f'0IDITlL'l'l'i' Cl-HSS. 3: U0lHIHel'f'i21l Club. 1. 2. 3- 4: Studi-nt Assistant in Euonomit-sz Intra- Mural Football, Basketball and Baseball. "Chesty" has so many friends it would be difficult for him to count all of them. Everyone finds him bright and cheerful. He has been a great success on the campus and we wish him an even greater one in the business world. 49 rr nr WMM V -4 W W ,,,,-M, ,Y --. , ... ... A - ........,--.. -V -,qi ,T,,A ,4.,,.,,.,.--,-,,,, , ..- 1 f- --f e I D Lgtffff, liz, I . '- , Y M -Fvvd,-,,,,A A , 4, 1 ,, A... 2' 1 SCHOOL OF COMMERCE SENIOR CLASS .IOHN ROBERT NUNNERY, A W, 2 A ........ . Meridian Barhflor of Srifnfe in Commerce Phi Sigma Literary Society, 2, 3, -Ig Vice-President of Commerce Class, 3. John has demonstrated his prowess in his studies for he is graduating in three years which shows the strength of his mind. Good luck, John! T. PRINCE, Q A . ............. . Shuqualak Barlmlor of Srirnrr in Commerre Freshman Footlnallg Varsity Football, 2, 3, lg Comniei-1-ial Club, Education Club. A prince by name and action, "Tabby," the side partner of Vllebb Burke, has shown the football world new tricks galore. VVith his likable characteristics, he is sure to show the business worlcl how it is done. V. L. RILEY, A A Ill, .S A ............. . New Hebron Bachelor of Sfienre in Commerce Intramural Football, Millsaps College, 4'ornmt-rcial Clulig Education Club. In Riley we have another man who reformed from his erring ways by leaving the Choctaw Institution for Ole Miss. Vernon is one of Dr. Crozie-r's best bets and holds the respect of all. cjTIIlNIA SISAMAN, Q A, L' A ............ . Moss Point Barlmlor of Sfifrzfv in Commrrff Voinim-rf-ial Vlulv. l, 2, 3. 'lg lf'r1-slirnan Footllall, Basketball and Baseballp Intramural Baska-tlnall and llnsclnall, 2, 33 I,l'1'Slllk'lli ot' Junior L'omnn-rue Class, 35 Y. M. C. A. Such a man as "Soap" makes the world of fun go round. But when he is serious, he is just as hard to stop. Possessing such proclivitles, men ot hnance are going to find him Z1 leader. 50 School of Engineering SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS J. T. JARMAN . . . . Prvsidrnl G. XV. G.4INES . . . . Virc-Prcsidenl YV. L. FLYNT . . . .... Srfrftary C. M. SMITH .... . . . Trfasurrr GEORGE DAVIS . . . . Historian 51 SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING SENIOR CLASS Roi' RI.-XLCOLM BROWN, T I' flf, sl 'P E ..... . . Lexington Barlzrlor of Ezzgirzrrring Enginm-ring Club, 1, 2, 3, 43 t'ritif-. -lg Historian Class, 23 Herniaean, 1, 2, Assistant Business Manager "Ole Miss." 4. After putting on his first pair of shoes and departing from the metropolis of Lexington four years ago, Nubbin found a place in the hearts of all his classmates. And even though his bridges may fall down and his roads never pass the inspector's approval, he can always be sure that his classmates of '27 are his friends. jesse F. CALHOUN . .......... . Mt. Olive Barlwlor of Engineering Uh- Miss Engineers Student i'll2lllU'I' A, S. F. E., 3, 4: Vice-President, 35 Engineer Lafayette County, 33 Student Assistant in Surveying, 4. From out of the midst of Sullivan's Hollow several years ago came a green, green Freshman. Today, "Ole Reliable jesse" has risen to a place of much prestige among his fellow students, and is now considered the wise old sage of the Engineers. Giionoia B. Davis, FJ B, A fl' E, T K fb ...... . Gulfport Ifarhrlor of Engineering Cronin. 31 Musit-al f'lulv, 1, 2, 23. 'lp Rand. 1. 2, 3, 43 Prosidt-nt, 3, lrlt-rlnat-an. 1: D0Molay Vluh, l, 2, Zig Vit-1--Prusitlvnt t'lziss. 3: "Mississippian" Staff, 1, 21 Olv Miss Engineers, 1, 2, 3, -lg l'rt-sident, 43 lntrziniural lfootlizill t'h:unpions, 1, 2: 191. I. P. A., 2. George, the heart breaker, came here four years ago unknown, except by the fact that he was the most romantic lover that ever left the Mississippi coast. Since then he has annexed several presidencies as well as a place in the hearts of every Ole Miss C0-ed. FRANK Gimvns ERSKINI5, .fl '12 E ........ . . . . . . Jackson Bdl'lll'!0f of Enginfrring Oli- Miss Vlizipter A. S, C". E., 1. 2. 3, 43 lteportt-r, 35 Frosh "Y" Conimitteeg Treasurer Ulzass, 2g fiflllllil, 33 Snap Shot Editor "Ole Miss," 3, 4. Quiet, capable, and unassuming, you would never suspect that Frank was one of the outstanding Engineering students. Besides being able to "make magic" with his kodak, he was able to "make" a score of friends during his four years at Ole Miss. VVIi.i.iAAi Llawis Fl.vN'r. .il '11 E ...... . . . . Aberdeen liarlzrlor of Enginfrriny liaml, 1. 2. 15. -I: Si-1-ri-tary, :lg tilt-v t'luli, 1. 23 Ole Miss Chapter, A. S. C. E., 1, 2, 3, 4: 'l'I'1-rlfful'-'l'. lc Uoriiiiiory lfooil-:ill and Basketball, 1, 2, 3, Set-rotary Senior Class, -I. Lewis in hisifonr years at hard labor has made many a friend on the campus. Although not a coop hound, it is rumored that he missed only one day writing "the girl he left behind." 52 I' 3 i Y I """i-'vw-r f-- - - ,V ,P Y -:Vi , Q --.. ...O , 1 Q S 3 fi 1 Jw, ,sv , 5 'l' ""' "'-' -' r--4' v 1- -f. , 4 s. 1 -of " ' ' ' "'-"' N-"'- -- -.5 y A N ' J gn" if' f---ffl ---- --J .. 'Z-. .-gd, - ..4bl- , XQAL- L47 Q .T,r.T. ,.....- ,kv Y ... -.,.,.?.,,,.....,,.. , L-5 1 - ,-, . - . . as 0 if a""'? SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING SENIOR CLASS GEORGE XVILLIAM GAINES, Q A, J 115 E ..... . .... . Lula BIICIIFIOI' of Enginrrring Student Chapter A. S. C. E., 1, 2. 3, -l: Secretary, 1: Vive-President. 4: Treasurer Class, 3: View.--President Class. 4: Histarian Class, 1: Groma. 3: Latin Club, 1: Sr-rub Baseball, 1: Inter-dormitory Football, 1, 2. 3, 4: Championship Inter-dormitory Base- ball, 3: Cotillion Club, 1: Publit-ation Council. 4. "Goat," the boy with a million "memories," has made numerous friends at Ole Miss by his ability and good nature. VVith his ready wit and likable traits we predict a bright future for him. P. E. G.ARNER, .Y O . .......... . Blodgett Bachelor of Enginrrring Engineering Club: Auburn, 1, 3: A. R M. College. 2. Garner spent two years at Auburn and one at A. 8 M., but decided to repent of his evil ways by finishing at Ole Miss. Although he has been with us only one year he has worked his way into the hearts of everyone. ROBERT HUGH GODWIN, O B, J fb E ...... . Jackson Barhrlor of Enginrrring Band, 2, 3. 4: Prmsident, 4: Engineering Club, 2. 3. 4: Treasurer. 3: Critir, 4: Ole Miss Musical Clull. 3, 4: The Mississippians, 3, -l: Manage-i'. -l: Student Assistant Drawing. Alternating between domestic duties and musical pursuits, besides wrestling with his course have kept Hugh busy. But he has not been too much engaged to make many friends who value his acquaintance. Justus THQMAS JARMAN., J Q E ........ . Meridian Bafhrlor of Engineering Freshman Football. 1: Freshman Baseball, 1: Varsity Football, 2: "M" Club: President Class, -1: Student Chapter A. S. C. E.. 1. 2, 3, 4: Gronia, 3. "jukes"--or rather "Abie the salesman," as he is generally called-is one who could sell ice cream cones to the Eskimoes. Nevertheless, we feel sure that our president's name will be heard of in the future, allied with some great engineering feat. C. EDMONDSON JONES, T F Q, .1 Q E, H K II . . Brookhaven Bachelor of Engineering Engineering Club: Reporter, 2: Treasurer. 4: DeMolay Club: President, 4: Class Vice- PFPSIGPHY. 2: Class President. 31 THNIOI' Medal Mathematics, 2: "Mississippian" Staff. 3: Y. M. C. A. Promotion Committee, 1: Finance Committee. 3: "Ole Miss" Board of Control, 4. Noted. for his sobriety, honored for his loyalty, cherished for his liberality, and respected for his sincerity-that's "Ced." Ole Miss' loss will certainly be a great gain to the Southland. 53 r-J l SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING SENIOR CLASS CARLEToN VV. SHERMAN, T I' ID, A Q E .............. McComb Barlzflor of Enginfrriny Engineering Cluli, 1, 2, 3, 43 President of Class, 23 Executive Committee A. S. B., 23 Hermaean, 1, 23 De-Molay Club. 1. 2. 3, 4. The mighty Carleton is different from the ancient Cornelia in one respect-he has only one jewel. But it's a safe bet that he's prouder of his jewel than Cornelia was of her two. Carleton will reach the top of his profession and "you may lay to that." COLTON M. SMITH, JR., A A M, A fb E .......... . . . Gulfport Bafhvlor of Engineering The Groina. 33 Ule Miss EllglHP4'l'S1 Student Chapter A. S. C. E., 1. 2, 3, -43 Treasurer, 23 Reporter .iz Sewrptary. 43 I-lermaean. 13 "Mississippian" Circulation Staff. 13 Intra- mural Football Champions, 2, 33 All-Dormitory, 33 Vice-President Class, 23 Treasurer Class. -1. Cot is the type of boy who makes you proud to class him as a friend. VVhen Cot leaves Ole Miss this spring he will leave a great many real friends who would stake life and money by him, as he bv them. j. RoBERT THATCHER, O B .......... . University Bafhrlor of Enginrering Inter-fraternity Count-il, 43 Ole Miss Engineers, 2, 3, 43 President. 33 University Masonic- Vluh, Vive-Presirlw-nt. 43 Ole Miss Musieal Cluh, 2. 3, 43 Ifniversity Band, 3, 43 Groma, 3, 4. Quiet and congenial, Bob should be a real success in life. He is a conscientious worker, a deep thinker, and an exponent of all that is good for "Ole Miss." GEORGE Emiuxo Toxiuxsox, T F Q, A Q E . . Barlzrlor of Engineering llernizieaii, 1, 2, 3. 43 Parlinnientarizin. 33 Treasurer, 43 Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, 1. 43 Votillion Club, 1, 23 A. S. C. E., Reporter, 1: Sec-retary, 33 Cireulation Staff 'Mississip- plan." I3 Assistant Business Mzinziger, 23 Associate Business Mzuiager, 33 M. I. P. A., 2, 33 In-Molay Vluli, 1, 2, 3, 41 Yi:-e-President, 33 Seeretary Junior Engineers, 3: Assnriate l-Jditor "Ole Miss," 1, 23 Assistant Business Manager Hand Book, 33 Business Manager, 43 Instrur-tor in Mathematies, 43 Fellow in Physics, 43 Intramural t'hampions. 33 t'hairman. Senior Invitation Committee, 4. lf we were to give him another name it would be the "wonder boy" for he has secured three degree in four years. VVith such accomplishments, he is sure to go over big wherever he goes. . Gulfport Ricnfuzo Baxreiz lVi1.sox, jk., T I' fb, A Cb E .... . . . Yazoo City Barhrlor of Engineering l'e1VlolHy Vlul-. 1. 2. Il. 43 Set-retary, 23 President, 33 Student Chapter A. S. C. E., 2, ii. 4: S1'f'l'1'l1ll'5'. 31 lie-porter. 4: Assistant Business Manager "Ole Miss," 3: Business Mamiui-i'. '13 Y. M. C. A. Vahlnet. 2, 33 Vive-Pre'-ildent Inter-Fraternity Council, 43 "Mississippian" Staff. 1. The pride of Yazoo City has certainly made a big hit at Ole Miss during his four years sojourn. ln addition to his campus activities, Baxter has risen to the head of the electricity class, being quoted as an authority. lhe great Muscles Shoals project is only a mouse beside a mountain when compared with some of VVilson's future works. 54- , . . A ":g,.'-1 33 gi -im',..r"-1. L-T it I - -- -- -- ' .-- L-. .- i 1 s - D -f-- -- 1--s -J- - 2. - A . 1 - s 1' ." '---- -- ---f--- . .- .- QL, 44.1 ko-1'--kan-dr f I l l r i '. i 1 K '- 4 "i 4 X C X Qi 1 School of Law Established 1854. SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS FRANK LEFTVVICH . . . . . . President HEBER KENNEDY . . . . l'ifc-Prfsidmzl FREDERICK BRADSHAVS' . . Scfrelary and Trfasurrr PIERCE PHILLIPS .... ......... H isiorian 55 'Ls 4: A A un t KI 'J A SCHOOL OF LAW SENIOR CLASS CHARLES BRANHAM iALLEN. JR., ff .4 E . . . . . . Rosedale Bachelor of Laws F,-,.S1mmn Football, Baseball, and Basketball: Varsity Football, 2, 3, 4: Varsity Baseball, 2. 3. 43 Captain, 43 All-State Fullbavk, 23 All-State Catcher, 3 4: Moaks: I'1l't'Slll'Illlll Coach, 53 "M" Club, 2, 3, -lg President, -lg Vice-President, 3, Vice-President of t'otilli0n Club, 3: V14-e-President ot' Law Ulass, '32 XX'inner of Norris Athletic Tr0IJh3'. 43 Member of Inter-Fraternity tfounvil, 5: Magnolia Club, Lamar Club, Manager of Basketball Team, 43 President ot' Sophomore Discipline t'ommittee, 25 Assistant Cheer l.eatlel'. "Duroc" represents the ideal college man-a splendid athlete, a Southern gentleman possessed of a democratic character, a true friend, and a learned student. w . . IAMISS VV. BELL, JR., J T, A Q L . . . . . . . University Bachelor of Lafws R. S. Fniversity of Mississippi: Business Manager ol' the "Mississippian," 4: Editorial Staff ol' "Ole Miss," 43 Hermaean Literary Society, Set'rt-tary-Treasurer, 3: Vice-Presb dt-nt, -lg Forum. 4. 53 Iota Sigma: Moalzsg Inter-Ifraternity Council, 5, li, Treasurer, 53 Masonic t'lubg Blackstone Club: Lamar l'lubg Ye Merrie Men. Always ready for a good bridge game or a date, he has been found very proficient in both. Now we are bidding "Sonnie" adieu, but who will forget that grand little man of the Class of '27? FREDERICK XVILLIAM BRADSHAXV. K A .... . . Jackson Barlmlor of Lafws Moaksg Glee t"lub, 1, 2, 3, 41 Secretary, 43 Mississippians, l, 2, 3, 4: Manager. 1, 2, Zlg Band, l, 2, 3. 4, Drum-Major. 41 Treasurer of Senior Law Classg Marionettes, 1, 2, 33 Blackstone Club, 2, lnter-Fraternity Uouncil, 3, 43 t'otilliou l'lub, 1, 2, 3. Fred is a true Southern gentleman-courteous, courageous, loyal, trustworthy, and true. A man among men, a dream among women, a clever actor, a talented musician, a brilliant student, a staunch friend, that of a great barrister is the only future worthy of him. Akcmzk XV. Cocmux, Q .4 . ....... . Balclwyn llarlzflor of Laws Blackstone Law Vlub, 2, Il, -lg Forum Literary Society. 2. 3. Archie has always been a jolly good fellow, a true friend, and a man of unusual latent ahilitv. llis many friends won at Ole Miss wish him the heights of success in the legal profession. Iluorlzr VV. Coxsmz, T I' fb ....... . . . Hattiesburg Bachrlor of Lafws Antlot-b Vollt-ig--. lg Varsity I-'oolball Scrubs, 3, -I: Varslty Baseball, fl, 4: Sports l-Ialitor ol' "1 llt- Miss," lg "St'ream" Staff. 3, All-dormitory Football Team, 23 Y. M. C. A. Vabim-l, 22, 43 Ilireetor, 4, 'Freasurt-r. -lg Blacltslom- t'lub, 2, 3, 45 Lamar C'lubg Inter- l"rat1-rnity 4'ount-il, 3, "Ole Miss" Board ol' Uontrol, 4. 'l'he star of the hard-hitting East Gordon football team, Dudley has proved his mettle as an athlete, student, and all-round good fellow. lle carries the best wishes of his fellow-students for a brilliant success in the legal profession. 56 , , V .. . l 4 T. . - .- ,....-. . f-- --"""- H - N-' - Q 123:25 -13, IT W 1 H M 'gp rig. gli., ,,SxiTyfT.,.,T ' 1.. "' . 1 A -ij SCHOOL OF LAW SENIOR CLASS CHARLES SHEPHARD Cox . ........ . Hernando Bachelor' of Lafws Y. M. C. A. Cabinet. 2, 3, -I1 Phi Sigma Literary Society C'ritif-, 23 Ser-retary, 3: Black- stone Law Club, Se-f-rt-tary, 2, President, 3: Law Librarian, 3, 43 XVtst Tennessee State Normal, 1, Lamar Club. "Senator" is one of the most earnest and persevering students at Ole Miss. He burns the midnight oil once every 24 hours and regrets that it is impossible to burn it twice. Sincere, upright and industrious, he will be hard to stop when he goes into the game of life. HERBERT M. FANT, QD A O . ....... . Coahoma Bachelor of Lafws Moaksg Glee Club, 2, 3, 4, Mississippians, 2. 3, 41 Ole Miss Jesters. 1, Vice-President of Musiw-al Club, -ig Historian of Law Vluss, 2, Cotillion Club, 1, 2, 33 Blavkstone Club, 2, 3: Hermaean, 13 Band. 2. Herb is one of those rare natures that is jolly, cheerful, and brilliant, yet naively sophisticated. Naive--for he shows not his sophistication. Sophisticated-for he plumbs the very depths of subtlety. Master of the banjo, he leaves on the campus many friends, HEBER KENNEDY, A 'P . ........ . liiagee Bachelor of Lafws Blackstone Flub, 3, 4, 53 Masonic- Club, 3, -1, 5, Phi Sigma Literary Society, 53 Vice- President of Senior Law Class, 5. In the personage of "Soc," Magee gave to Ole Miss a good student, a steady worker, and a likeable com anion. VVe may safely redict that "Soc" will race the bench some day. P . . P g . ALBERT CHEsL1E KIDD, A J M, A Q E .... . Ashland Bachelor of Laws Herman-an Literary Soc-iety, 1, 23 Treasurer, 3: President, 43 Greek Club: Latin Club: Education Club, Vice-President, 3: Cotillion Club, M. I. P. A., 3, Student Publication Council, 43 Blat-kstone Law Club, 4, 5: Reporter. 5: Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, 2, 3, Pan- Hellenic Count il. -lg Lamar Flub, Gordon Hall Board of Control, 4. Captain Kidd, the swashbuckling pirate, has navigated the uncharted legal seas with seeming success. So far the Captain's proclivities toward blood-letting have been confined to lady-killing. Emu LADERLE LAMAR. . ....... . .Oxford Bachelor of Lafws Blackstone Club, 2, 3, 43 Attorney General, 4. Quiet, but confident, always smiling and happy, a friend to everybody, Lamar may not star in his classes, but he gets the desired results just the same. After all it is not the meteoric men who make up this world. S7 'Fl in I SCHOOL OF LAW SENIOR CLASS FRANK SVVITZER LEFTVVICH, cb J O ......... . Aberdeen Bachclor of Lafws, Bachelor of flrts Football, 1. 2. 3, 43 Baseball, 53 Basketball Manager, 5: President of Junior Class, 33 President of Senior Law Class, 63 Moaksg Magnolia Clubg Vice-President of Student Body. 5: Exec-utive t'ounr'il, 3, 5. QS: Inter-Fraternity Count-il, 63 Cap and Gown Com- mittee, lip Y. M. C. A. Board of Directors, ti, Ye Merrie Men. Here we may speak of a man of diverse talents: a student, an athlete, a sportsman, a gentleman, and a gay Lothario. And here's our toast to the friendship that only Frank can offer and nur tribute to the ability that has meant so much to Ole Miss. CHARLES H. NICCRAINE, JR., K Z ...... . New Albany Bachelor of Lafws Coninie-ree Club, 1, 23 Phi Sigma. 2, 3. -lg Blackstone Club, 2, 3, -Ig Inter-Fraternity Count-ilg Secretary, 4, Musical Club. 1, 2, 4, 5. Charley is a close student of the female mind, possessing an introspection into their wiles and chicanery that is diflicult to cope with, and the ladies are wild about his singing. Roy THL'RsToN MOBLEY, A J M, A cb E . . . . Utica Bachelor of Lafws I'hi Sigma Literary Sor-it-ty R1-porter and Secretary: Y. M. C. A. Cabinet: Y. M. C. A. 'l'rt-asurt-rg Pre-sirlt-nt, 45 Blackstone l'lubg Law Librarian: Lamar Club. Good morals, a friendly disposition and studious intentions are R. T.'s assets. He has, as a speaker, what the girls call quite a line. I,mium. YVIZRGER NICDREHEAIJ ........ .Greenwood Bachelor of Lafws ' Trark Tu-am, l, 2, 35 Football Squad. 1. 2: llc-rniat-ang Phi Sigma: Forum: Reporter ot' Phi Sigma, 33 Blackstone Club, Vim--Pi'esiclent, 3, "M" Club. Yerger is a quiet fellow, but he has convictions and he will stand up for them in the face of all opposition. The lad who hails from Greenwood has been very prominent in forensic circles at Ole Miss and it is certain that he will win fame in the profession of his choice. KTILRUTH MoL'NGER, .fl Y' . ........ . Greenwood 1 Bachelor of Lafws lla-rmaw-an Lite-rary Soi-in-ty, lg lla-Molay Club, 25 Blackstone Law Club: Lamar Club: Intramural Football. Gilrnth is. a fellow who works on the quiet. VVhile the other person is rooting his horn, he is getting things done. lle is steady, dependable, and a likeable fellow, and when he goes on his Journey to the bench next Spring there will be a host of friends to wish him well. 58 . - - s ,-.K-- - ., ,. J- 4--. .. - 4... 1,.-. , ,A t -. . .. x l A 4 l l l l r 1 l i l 4 l 1 I 4 l .4 -1-.. J 1, 1 fi We E - H--mf X a K gs. .. ... r -,,,,- . v, L ,, L-, SCHOOL OF LAW SENIOR CLASS ROBERT PIERCE PH11.i.1Ps, T I' 'P ....... . Carter Barhrlor of Lafws Blackstone Club, 2, 3, 4, Votillion Flub, 1. 23 Historian of Svnior Law Class: Lamar Club, DeMolay Club. 1, 2, 3. Pierce hails fromlthe little bluff city on the banks of the Yazoo. He has a host of friends, both Ed and Co-ed. A good student, and a likable personality will pass from Ole Miss when he grad- uates this Spring. HENRY' LEE RODGERS ............ . . . .Louisville Iiaflzflor of .-Iris, Barlzflor of Lafws Mississippi Vollegeg t'unilwrland I'nix'ersity, 3. 41 Attorxlt-y-Gt-neral of Rlavkstonc: Debating Count-il, 5, 6, T3 Phaplain ot' Blarkstonv, Hg "Scream" Staff: President of Phi Sigma Literary Societyg Class Historian, 5, li: Masonic- Club, Lamar Club. Henry has climbed into a position of leadership in his classes and in many student activities. Ile has an insight into human nature which we predict will make it hard for a Jury to turn him down when he goes before them with a plea for acquittal. Tom TROTTER Ross. Q J O, A 'P E ......... . Clarksdale Baflzrlor of Jrls, Baflmlor of Lafws Blackstone Ulubg Votillion Vlub, 1, 2, 3, 4. 5, 435 He-rmai-ang "M" Club, Trai-lt, 5. 433 Masonit- Vlubg l,'ll2lil'lIli1ll of M. f'lub Llanve tfomniittt-t-3 Ye Merrie Ms-n. Tom is a man that will be missed from the campus-a true gentleman from the Delta. lt is too bad that he is leaving us, but we shall look forward to his achievements. GRMA R. SMITH, Q A . . ......... . Corinth Bafhflor of Lalws Varsity Football, 2, -ig "M" t'luh, 2. 3. 4, 53 Latin Clnbg DcMolay Vlubg Masonic Club, 5, Blat-kstone Law Club, 2, 3. "Hack" is famous for many things but most of all for making his debut in the mock trial in his Junior year as "Poor Ole Hack Smith." He is the maker of friends and will some day be one of Mississippi's leading barristers. JAMES HAROLD STEADMAN, I X ..... . . . . Hattiesburg Baflwlor of Lai-ws Moaksg Freshman Football, 13 Forum, 2, 3: De-Molay l'lub, 1, 2, 33 Vice-President of Second-Year Law Class, 33 "Mississippian" Staff, 13 Sports Editor, 2, 33 Assistant Football Manager, 33 Intramural Athit-tic-s. 1. 2, 3, 43 Athletic Editor of "Ole Miss." 33 Editor-in-Chief, 43 Inter-Fraternity Vouni-il, 3, -lg President, 4. "Cheese," the cynical, the likable, the esteemed editor. Leader in all fields of college life, he is the possessor of qualities which will enable him to climb to the top. A hard worker, a scholar and a thinker. With his character and ability nothing but success can be before him. 59 SCHOOL OF LAW SENIOR CLASS JAMES D. TH.-nies, jk., df A 9, A 'D E, T K A . . Vicksburg Bachelor of Lal-ws Votilliun Club. 1. 2, 3, 43 Marionettes, 1, 2, 2. 45 President. 2. 43 Business Manager, 3: Latin Club, Svc-re-tary-Treasurer, 25 Greek Vlulug Phi Sigma: Iota Sigma, 3, 43 Presi- dent of Tau Kappa Alpha, 53 M. I. C. A., 3, -lg Blackstone Clubg Ye Merrie Mon. To know Jimmie is to like him--and who doesn't know him? He has great ability-has shown it at Ole Miss-and with sincere interest will we watch his struggle to that goal which he will inevitably reach. XV1i.L1.-ni josiivu VoLLAR, JR., A Y' ...... . . Vicksburg Barllrlor of Lafws llerniae-an Literary Society, 13 Blackstone Law Vlulv, 2. 3, 4: Forum. 3: Secretary- 'l'rn-asurt-r of Junior Vlass, 3: Band, ll, -lg Lamar Club: "Ole Miss" Staff, 4. Bill is likable, witty, shrewd, merry and particularly adept at selling and collecting. He gets what he goes after. Bill has served his fellow students and the University in many capacities, and ably has he clone all things that devolved upon him. II..xRRt:.3If:I,mN X-VARD, JR., T gl 9 ......... . . Cleveland Barhrlor of girls, Barhrlor of Lafws Ifvlllolay t'luli, Il, -lg S4-rrt-tary-Treasurer, 4: Votillion t'luli, 31 Intramural Football, 3. Nlanagf-r of Football Team, 53 "M" l'lul1, 5. "Manager" possesses all-round ability. He is a conscientious student and one of the best football managers we have ever had. VVe may easily expect great results when he has hung out his shingle. XV. H. XVATKINS, ilk., K A . ........ . Jackson Barllflor of La-ws Killillil llvta l'l1ig Moaksg Blackstone Law t'lulm, 2, 3. 41 Critic, 55 Ht-rmacan Literary Society. 3. 4. Bill is a man who knows whereof he speaks. A quiet, unassuming person who would be deemed worthy of any man's friendship. 60 School of Medidne Established 1903 SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS J. P. XVARD ........... . Prrsidrn! H. C- BUSBY . . . . . Viff-Prrsidfni G. C. MCCOLLUM . . Svrrfiary and Trrasurrr J. H. HODGE ..-. ........ I Iislorimz 61 ...... 1 W YW .iw SCHOOL OF MEDICINE SENIOR CLASS EDWARD Mayo IANDERSON, Q A, 9 K Y' .... . Forest B.S., NLD. Mcrliw-al Fluh, 3, 43 Phi Sigma, 15 Hcrmaeari Literary Society. 2: Pre-Med Club, 1. 2. Mayo is assurecl of a successful future because he has those admirable qualities of character which only those of big Calibre possess without effort. XVe hope that he will see fit to visit his Alma lviater quite often after he leaves us. XV1L1,1.-mr EUGENE ANDERSON, Q A, 9 K Y' . . . Forest B.S., M.D. l"i'c-Medical Club, 1, :lg Medical Ulub, 3, lj Vlass Tl't'1lSUl'L'l', 35 Phi Sigma .13 Member ot' Publications Council, 4. "Spec"-another popular and well-known student with a nickname-will soon make his fra- ternity proud of him through his ability in his profession as diagnostician. If freckles count for dollars after one enters business, Spec will soon be a millionaire. Doeotas D.wrosoN BAUGH, C-I K Y' . . . . . Polkville ILS., .V.D. l'r'1'-M--riivzil l'Iulv, l. 2, Assistant in Biology. 2: Phi Signia I.itc-Vary Society, 1, 2, 3, -lg l'l'Hlll'lll2lIl of Fit-ld Vlulm, 4, Douglas has always been one to come through with the goods, whether assisting in Biology or surprising the campus with musical talent in Med-night. XVith his sly humor and genia'ity, he shoulrl make his mark as a baby specialist. -lOl? Ai.ToN BUNY.-XRD . ..... . Meridian NLD. l'l'l'-Ml-ali'-:ll 4'llll1. lg Mvtlirzll f'luli, fi. sl. The "blushing blond" from Siwashee junction will soon be listed as an honorable alumnus of Ole hliss. Although liunyard doesn't live "sock up" in town, he has led us to believe every inch of that six feet one character he possesses. XVho can fill his place? Ciiaonolz ll.xRR1soN BL'1'l.izR, I-I 13, fl' X . . . . . McComb B.S., lW.D. l'rt--Mr-tlival Vlulv, l. 23 Mn-tlival Vlulu, 3, -lg Secretary Vlass, 3. llarrison, from the quiet, modest city of McComb, cloes not belie the characteristics of his citv. Optimistic and lively, he will not wait for the good of life but will go after it himself. 62 n 'I SCHOOL OF MEDICINE SENIOR CLASS Tnoxrxs BENTLEY BDTLER, JR.. GI B, '11 X . . McComb B.S., .lI.D. Spanish Vlull. 15 Taylor M-,-dal, 23 Assistant in English, 2. 123 Assistant in Biology. 3' Annual Stat? ll: BS, lregri--A with llistint-tion. 4: Taylor Vluli, -1, 5. '51 Medical Vluli. 'i. Assistant in Bzivtt-riology and Patliology, 5, li. "T. B." has beeh with us off and on for a long time, but we have never tired of him. He has formed many friendships-friendships which have lasted during his degree-hunting years at Ole Miss. VVe hate to see him go. ll. C. BLWSBY . ...... . New Albany Ii.S., .U.D. Mt-tlival Vlulv, Il, 4: Vit-Q--Pniside-lit Senior M--di--al Class, 4. After this year, Busby will display his knowledge to the learned doctors at Tulane. XVith the close application to his studies there as here we hope to hear of him as carrying off all honors. Boxxizx' RIICH.-XEL CoLE. fp X ...... . 1IcComb 13.51. .lI.D. A. K M., 1, 23 I'nix't-1-sity of Texas. 4: Oh- Miss .lt-st.-rs. 3: Mississippians, 4, 53 Musical L'lulv, 21, -l, 53 Ole Miss Hand. 3. 4, 5, Medi'-al l'lulf, 4, 53 Pali-lli-llf-tiiv Council, -l, 5. Bonney started his collegiate career at A. X M., but soon realized his mistake and came to Ole Miss to study medicine. He is a good musician, a capable student and a sincere friend. ISAAC Coomsn E.-KST . ..... . Oxford BS., BLD. lfwlivnl Vlulr, 4, Although a pillar of the church, "Deacon" has made an excellent medical student. But stranger yet, after having made that, he still holds his position in the church. XVALTER MACK COURSEY. . ..... .Decatur B.S., .V.D. Phi Sigma, 1, 23 Pre-Medical Club, 1. 2: Mwlir-al Club, 3, 43 La Bauve Clinic, It was a cold, dark night. The wind howled 'round the campfire. The boys said, "Mack, tell us a story." Mack's still telling his story. Besides being the most original man on the campus, Mack is its most interesting prevaricator. 63 as it an P SCHOGL OF MEDICINE SENIOR CLASS XVALTER DELL DAVIS, A II A . ..... . . Kilmichael 1s.s., M.D. V Pre-Meclif-al Fluhg Merlin-al Club: H+-rmaean Literary Society: Intramural Basketball and Baseball Teamsg "Mississippian" Staff. Since the Fall of 1923, when Dell First honored the campus with his presence, he has worked his way through the Medical School and into the hearts of all his associates. He never lets his studies interfere with his college education, but he always manages to get his work done. H. E. EDMONDSON. ..... . .D'Lo B.S.,M.D. l"rt--Me-clit-al Vlub, 1, 25 Medi:-al Plulr. 3, 41 President of Junior Medir-al Class, 3, Y. M. C. A. Honest, honorable and Irish, are Red's credentials. VVhat more could one wish of any man? H IINRY BROWN CEOODMAN, A .I M ..... . . Cary B.S., M.D. Pr:--Mt-dit-al t'luh, 1, 2g Mt-rlim-nl Pluh, 3, 43 Ser-rotary, 43 Y. M. C. A. Cary gave one of its best when "Sonny-boy" was sent to Ole Miss. VVith Santa Claus ever as an ideal, Sonny is hound to succeed. .louis Howinzn Houma . ..... . Vardaman ILS., M.D. Phi Sigma Lite'ary Society, 1, 21 Medical Club, 4, 5. I Perseverance is Hodge's greatest asset. VVhen a combination of patience and ability is required, he is the man to turn the trick. l'.ixt'i, jAcKsoN, 'II X . .... , .Liberty ILS., BLD. l'rt'--Mt-:lit-:tl A1'lulv. I. 2. Il: Medivnl Vluh, 3, -1, 53 P1-esicln-nt ot' Sophomore Class, 2: l'lll 5U-flllil I4lll'l'ill'y Sm-In-ty, lg llonnr lcollg Gordon llnll Board ol' Pontrnl, 51 Executive 1'umlnlttm- ol' A. S. li. Paul's quiet, round face, indicative of reserve energy, will he missed from the campus after this year. A student like hnn will make a doctor such as will make it a pleasure to be sick. 64 i 3 l4 . . .E . - --...,,.-, ee-, C e . I UI! SCHOOL OF MEDICINE SENIOR CLASS NATHAN BEN LEWIS, Z B . ...... . Vicksburg B.S., M.D. , Medical Club, 3, 43 Hermaean Literary Society, 1, 2, 3, 4: DeM01ay Club: Pre-Medical Club, 1, 2, Inter-Fraternity Council, 3, 4, Chairman of Med-night, 4. Helly" is not so shaky as his name might indicate. He is one of the steadiest workers of the school and one 'with the stamina and ability to succeed. JAMES ANGUS MCCALLUbfI, 9 K ll' ..... . D'Lo B.S., M.D. Pre'Mcdical Club, 1, 23 Medical Club, 3, 43 Vice-Presirlent, 4, Y. M. C. A. Promotion Committee, 1. That heart-crushing brunette from D'Lo. His ability to surmount obstacles, and his conscientious- ness to duty have practically assured him his deserving success. GRANW'ILLE GORDON MCCOLLURI, O K T . . . Mason, Texas B.S., M.D. Pre-Medical Club, 1, 25 Medical Club, 3, 43 Secretary-Treasurer of Senior Medical Class. Granville is quiet and unassuming, although he hails from the wild west. From the indications of his 'college career, we are sure that he will be a credit to his profession. HOYT MCDANIEL. . ....... . .Steele, Missouri B.S., M.D. Pre-Medical Club, 1, 2, Medical Club. 3, 45 Treasurer, 4. Mac is from Missouri and he has to be shown, but once shownihe never forgets. Mississippfs loss will be M1ssour1's gain when Hoyt leaves us. STIRLING SHARP IYICNAIR, K A, QD X .... . . jackson B.S.,M.D. B.A., University of Alabama. 33 Medic-al Club, Moaksg Intramural Football Team, 3. Pat came to us direct from the University of Alabama armed with one degree and anxious to solve the mysteries of the medical profession. He never worries himself and dispels the cares of his fellows when he's around. 55 W O iiiiiii if F' i 1 s.- - - -- 1 1 V - if SCHOOL OF MEDICINE SENIOR CLASS FARRIS JAMES NIARTIN, O K T ....... . Brandon B.S., NLD. 1 Mississippi Fire Insurance Scholarship, 13 Phi Sigma Literary Society, 2, 3, 4g Fresh- man Oratorieai Medal, 13 Pre-Mi-die-al Club, 1, 2, Medical Club, 3, -lg Reporter. 45 Vice-President of Junior Medical Class, 3. Step right up, buy the last bottle! The Doctor, direct from Spain with a whole case of Med-night, leaves us now forever for the Happy Hunting Grounds. VVith as much success in life as he has enjoyed as Dr. Kantharides on the campus, he need not worry. G. E. RILEY, Q A, O K T . . ..... . . Jackson B.S., M.D. B.A. from A. le M., 19193 Medical, 3, -lg Masonic Club, 3, 43 Shrine Club, 4, Assistant House Physician of University Hospital. t'Pig," the "interne," has put us all in debt to him by his service and friendliness both in the hospital and on the campus. VVhen be leaves Ole Miss, we will sincerely miss him. JOSEPH Dixox ROBERTS, .Y A E, Q X . . . . . Yazoo City B.S., M.D. Freshinan Football and Baseball, Mi-dis-nl Club, 3, 4, Forum, 25 Student Assistant in Anatomy, 45 Joe came to Ole Miss seeking a knowledge of the healing art and from the looks of the grades, he has got about all the University has to offer. He is a good student and a true friend-carefree and never boring, but sincere to his work and companions. XVILBKR L. SL.fxL'GHTER, O K Y' ...... . Jonestown B.S., M.D. Pre-Mm-mlim-:il Club: Mm-di:-al Club, 2, 3, -4. Slaughter, to begin with, is one of those fellows you cannot help liking. A hard worker, an earliest and real friend, he divides his time between M. S. C. VV., Cowboy Stories, and the Medical School. VVe are sure that he will bring credit to LaMar Clinic. JEWEL DKDRIS TL'RNER, 'D X . ..... . Saltillo I?.S., M.D. l'i'1--M--ill:-al Club, l, 25 lvl.-slim-al Club, 3, 4, 5, President, 5: Honor Roll, 4. Ile was a dark horse in society until his Senior year when he came to the front as president of the Medical Club. A quiet man and sincere, he will be expected, after an enviable record in his classes, to have a great career as Il doctor. 66 9 ' 1"- SCHOOL OF MEDICINE SENIOR CLASS JAMES PIQRNELL XVARD, Q F J, O K 'T . . . . lVinona B.S., M.D. Medical Cluh. 3. 4: Hermaean Literary Society, 1, 21 Critic. 2: Moaks: President of Class. 4, Had "Squire's" stature increased with his wit and sense of humor, we would have had a veritable giant for a senior class president. BIARVIN BRISTER VV.-xRE, K A, W X ..... . Jackson B.S., .M.D. Track, 2, 3. 4: Captain, 4: "M" Club: Medical Club: Vice-President of Sophomore Pre-Meds: Musical Club Here is a man, versatile and talented-a sheik with the ladies, a song-bird and a student. Bris has the real making of a medical man and we are sure that, with a certain young lady's aid, he will become more than a credit to his profession. joux XVORRELL VVINTER, .4 I1 A, Q X . . . . Houlka B.S., NLD. Freshman Basketball and Track: Pre-Medical Club, 1. 2: Medical Club, 3, 4: De-Molny Club, 1. 2. 3. -lg Vice-President. 4: "M" Club, 2, 3. 4: Secretary-Treasurer, 4: Varsity Basketball and Track, 2, 3, -lg Y. M. C. A. Freshman Committee. Since he is one of the Medical School's athletes, everyone has the greatest confidence in VVinter. From the questions that he asks in class, we are sure that in his chosen profession he will not fall down from lack of interest. Although really interested in his work, he does not let anything interfere with his desire to make friends. I . , ' GEoRGE HARDIN VVOOD, JR., I A E., IP X . . . Batesville if 5 l B.S., M.D. ' 1 - Baseball. 2, 3, 4: XYinner of Anatomy Prize: Assistant in Anatomy: Monks: "M" Clubg ' Medical Club: Gordon Hall Board of Control: "Ole Miss" Board of Control: Forum. , Hardin came to Ole Miss with the intention of becoming a doctor and not once during the 4, . pursuit of his goal has he shown anything but extreme interest and pride in his work. He is I, l l ' a gentleman and a scholar and from what we have heard of him, we feel that many an un- ! i I fortunate will be benefited by his decision. , 'l ' if ' 57 hw v-V ii. I 'AA -,- ,-.-,-..,-. --.-.. 1 I i --, x--.., ..,- -. --, School of Pl'l8I'lTlaCy SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS j. XV. COMES . ..... . Prrsidrnt L. N. MAXWELL . . . . . Virr-Prcsidnzt DA'I.l.AS Ll'l'l'Lli . . . . . Srfrvlary and Trrasunr 68 Q 2"-"-7' Tri' 'ff' ' 1 - ...avr-.q-ff . - J 4 , J , , ,.--. .N , ...,,i....... SCHOOL OF PHARMACY SENIOR CLASS S. K. ARx1sTRoxG, JR., Q A, K ll! ....... . Rockport Gradualr in Plrarmafy 1X'iinier ot' Lt-w XY:ill:u't- Prim-, 25 XVinner of Vaiswt-ll Mayo Prim-, 25 1"resi1lr-nt Junior Vlass, 23 Mt-niher of Exw-utiv+- Council of Stu-lf-nt Rody. II: Honor Roll, 1, 2, 33 Plzarxiiavy 4'luh, 1, 2, 33 President, 3, Studi-nt Pulrlicaition 1'oul1f'il, 4- In this blushing youth we have a man of sterling character and personality. XVe are indeed proud of Forky and his honors. VVith his thorough knowledge of Pharmacy we are sure of his future success. DEXTER ARNO BR.txNscoA1E, JR., X J Club .... . Kilmichael Graduate in Pharmacy Pharinacy Club, 1, 2, 3. Branscome has been a pillar of strength to all that is good for the Pharmacy School and Ole Miss. In the future we expect to see him the most prominent "pillar" of some prosperous com- munity. STEWART H. BUTLER, A J JI, X .l Club .... . McCall Creek Graduate in Pllarmary BS. Degree. 192203 Honor Roll. 41 Vit-e-Presirlt-nt ol' Pl1:u'ni:u-y Vlnlv, 4: Lf-xv XVallace Prize in Pharniar-ognosy, 43 Mayo Prize for Best General Average in llfii-st Year Phar- macy, 45 Fellow in ifheinistry. Butler is the possessor of one of the keenest intellects at Ole Miss. He has served as instructor in chemistry which fact attests his ability. He does all things excellently and believes that doing is better than saying. .IOHN VVEATHERS Comes, AIR., A El JI, X .l Club . . Terry Graduate in Pharmacy President of Class, 13 Pl1HI'l11ilL'3' Club, 1 ,2. 3: President ol' Class, 33 Phi Sigma, 1, 2, 35 1nter-Fraternity Council, 3g Student Body Executive Council, 3. One of the Hnest boys on the campus hails from Terry in the person of Combs. Quiet, yet very influential man, and a character that demands respect. VVe wish for him as much success in busi- ness as he has enjoyed in the University. ROY VV. FoRo, X A Club . ......... . Cohay Graduate in Pllarmafy State Teacliers College. 1, 23 Pharinzu-y Club, 1, 2, 3. Ford is one of the hardest workers in his class and has never been known to be late or intentionally cut one of his classes. He is the Senior married man in the School of Pharmacy. 69 : A -Y -4,-,!!Ii'l-, EL, ,-, .c3'r:L ... L-q::1vf---2 -1-jjrjvf-ji? f ,wg-,A-H -A -Q kr. g H My -.gn-A-Ji i i , Aww- - --H A- - H- -f- .- SCHOOL OF PHARMACY SENIOR CLASS EDWARD ALLISON FLRR, .-1 Ll JI, X J Club .... . Tupelo Graduate in Pharmacy Vice-President Class, 1: Pharma'-y Club. 1, 2, 3: Vice-President. 31 D9-M01aY Club. 1: Phi Sigma, 1: Chairman Executive Committee Pharmacy, 2: All-dormitory Halfback, 2: Y. M. C. A. Finance Committee, 3. Another "Tupelo flash" has come to Ole Miss and made good. VVe wish him as much success in the profession of pill-rolling as he has enjoyed at Ole Miss. LAMAR CHARLES JENNINGS, 6 B, K W ..... . Taylorsville Graduate in Pharmacy Ser-rutary-Treasurer Pharmacy Class, 2, 3: Scribe Pharmacy Club, 2: Pharmaceutical Association. 2. 3. 4: Band. 2: "Mississippian" Staff, 3: Phi Sigma: Publication Council, 2: "Mississippian" Board of Control, 2 A marvel of the age-how does he pass without studying? However, his books would take too much time from his college life. Nevertheless, the admirable young Taylorsville sheik knows his profession and will make a success in the business world. CARL EDWARD JONES, X .I Club ......... . Utica , Graduate in Pharmacy ' Pre-Mt-:lim-al Club, 1: Assistant in Microscopic Technique. 1: Pharmacy Club, 2. 3, 4: itlllifioiil Club, 1, 2, 3: Glee Club Orchestra, 1, 2: Mississippians, 3: Intramural Basket- Iiddie, the man of experience and travel, with his saxophone, will be missed by all sections of the campus, even by the "coop." His principal hobby was trying to convince Dr. Burroughs that he was in class whether he was or not. Neither does he approve of Buicks standing around idle. HENRY DALLAS LITTLE, X A Club ....... . Mize Graduate in Plzarmary Vim-c-Prt-sidcnt Class, 2: Historian, 3: Pharmacy Club, 1, 2, 3. A boy with a wonderful personality. He will put all he has into whatever he does and will make a good success as a pharmacist. LEE NORXVOOIJ RIAXXVELL, K Y' ....... . . . Camden Graduate in Pharmacy Intramural lfoothall, l, 2, 3: Pharmacy Club, 1, 2, 3: Glee Club, 2. 3: Vice-President Class, 3. I.ee is one of those fellows whom everybody likes and whose friendship is coveted. He is an excellent example of an unusual type of human being-the man who can mind his own business. lle is sure to make good and we predict for him a happy and successful future. 70 V SCHOOL OF PHARMACY SENIOR CLASS M.-xx RICCALL RIILLSTE.-XD, X al Club ...... . Oxford Graduate in Pharmacy Freshman Baseball, 13 Engineering Club, 1: Pharmaey Club, 2, 3. 43 Varsity Baseball. 2, 3, 43 Member Y. M. C. A. Finance Committee, 3. Max worked hard to get through and now that he has attained his diploma we expect him to make a success. He's cheerful and good natured and has many friends. Davin BROWN PERBIEXTER, X A Club ...... . . Itta Bena Graduatz' in Plzarmary B.A., Mississippi College, 43 Ole Miss Band, 53 Pharmacy Club, 5, 6. "Pert" is a hard worker and diligent student who would weep if his grades fell below MA." He occasionally springs a few surprises, but the greatest was when he appeared on the campus with his wife last Fall. SPENCER FRIERSOX PETTIS, X A Club ..... . Oxford Graduate in Pharmacy Pharmacy Club. 1, 2, 33 Student Assistant in Pharmacy, 4. Petris became a friend to us all when he first got here. If he doesn't make good in pharmacy, it is because nobody wants pharmacists at all. ALLEN AKIN VVALKER, Z X .......... .Aberdeen Graduate in Pharmafy Pre-Medical Club. 13 Engineering Club, 23 Pharmacy Club, 3, 4, 53 Historian Engineers, 23 Historian, Pharmacy, 33 Forum, 43 Cotillion Club, 1, 2, 3, 4. Allen, who hails from the prairie section of Mississippi, is a good sport and a fellow well liked by both sexes on the campus. He started his college career with the Engineers, but after a brief period turned Pharmacist, which move he will demonstrate to be a wise one in after years. LEA 'NIAXVVELL XVHITAKER, X A Club ..... . Tylertown Graduate in Pharmary Pharmacy Club, 1, 2, 33 Vice-President, 13 Freshman Baseball, 13 Intramural Football and Baseball, 2. 3. A better maun would be hard to find-always a smile for every one. The same traits that have won Max friends here will insure him all the rewards of the days to come. - 71 I q 5 I 1 I i W 'N I :E :fx ,p , In ca.. ff III U us N I I I : 5' x 4 i I W A I ' 72 0 9' in M III I ne f-1 I A I I I I I I I .ifiaffy E " I . 1927 OLE M155 .fs ., N , a ft U , I '--':: ' A 45154251 ii! ',,, - '-l'11,'n"'1'.'A L1iIZ1l'59,if15Q - :fg:405.,'.-.4.f:f.2 15- '.?1:gIg2s-N' 1 'fini -"re- 'inf . 'N ,. . -J.. :S L YN ICARI. 'I'. 'IQHUMAS . . OFHCCTS of J-l.1I1iO1' Class COLLEGE OF IJIBERAL ARTS . . I'rr.viIIrrzl FRANCIS HGRNE IEuI,A VVREN IMI' .... I'iu'-l'n-Jidf-111 lIEI,EN FEI.'I's . . . . ALICE liRnwN ....... Ilislorian S. I.. I"IIk'I'IiNIII':Iuu' . . V. K. SMI'I'II . j. 'll PRCC . B. F. FoN'I'AINIa . A. M. 0'Nl-III. . G. N. RAINI-is . . RGIIIIIII' i'IIRIs'I IAN . SCIIGGI, OF COMMERCE NGIIMAN VVIc.x'IIIIcIIsIII' .... I'rr.IiII1-:Il D. C. FEIJIGN . . . . 1'i!'l'-l,I'1'.iiIfl'lIl B. I.. SIIAMIIURGER . . SCIIGGI, OF ENGINEERING . . , l,I'l'5id1'Ill Ii. II. NA'I'IoN . . . I'ir'f-l'f'I'sid1'1Il J. M. DIEIVIARCIIE . . SCIIGGI. OF LAW . . . l'r'I'5iIlfnl VV. C. COOK . . . . . I'Irr-1'rrsidant HERBERT NUNNERY . . SCIIGGI. OF RIEDICINE . . . 1'rr.vidvfIl EUGENE JoIIE . . . . I'Ifv-l'rr.vidr1zl SAM CAku'I'IIEIzs . . SGIIGGI. OF PIIIIRIWICY . I. PI'l'5i!l1l'llf IIm NEw'soM . . Srfrriary and JOE S'I'II,I, . . W. Q. KEEN . . I'm'-I'rr.eidrnl COLLINS 'IQIDWELL ...... 2.7 . 'lf -x :r-if -? '+ Sr1'r1'lary Trrasurrr S1'rr'rlary Trrasurrr Srrrvtary Tn-asurcr S e crflar y Trmsurcr S ecrefary Treasurrr Trmsurer H Islorzan 1 92 7 o LE MI 5 5 ' - '4 :-:sl , -ar ,- .- 741- Y . A lg Hina' ! l,1I'11OI'S COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS A. XV. AI.I:x.'IxIiER, E .1 E . . jackaon Davidson, 1, 2 T. A. BICKERSIAFF .... . Tishomingo Glu- Club, 1, 21 QII:II'v.vItI', 23 Phi Sigma, 2. 35 Gm-I-lc Club. 23 Erlul.-atiim Club, 2, ll. .ALLIE XXV.-XRD BILLINGSLEY, E A . . . xsvillflllfl X. XX. C. A. Val-IIIL-t, 1, 2, 3: Latin Vluh. 35 ElilIL'i1llOll Club, 43 xIlll'l0llt'lI8SQ FI'--III'l1 tjlub, 3. MAILIANXA BRINSON, A A A .... Ackerman C:l't'll1llilI Colli-gi-, 1: Latin Club, 2: Y. XV. C. A. Cabinet, 35 Eduvatioii Club. 3. CALVIN SMITH BROVVX, II K 1'I . . Univerfity Phi Sigma. 3: Latin Club, 2, 3, Gm-1-lc Club, 31 Taylor Medal in GI-rnian. 23 Gym Team. 23 L'IIiveI'sity Chorus, 3. LINDA BRLIMFIELD, X Q . Magnolia MAR1'HA BUFFALOE, X Q . . . . Oxford Grenada College, 1. M. A. CANDLER, JR. . . Corinth ALICE ASHLEH' CAIIITIQR, A A A . . . Laurel All Saints College, 1, 2. SOLLIE H. COHEN, Z B ..... Catchings Freshman Football, Base.-hall, and Travk, 13 Varsity Football. 2. 3: Varsity Baseball and Track, 2, 3, A-M" I1-Iub, 2, 3. DoIzoTHx' CAULFIELD . . McComb Louis CLARK, E A , . ... . . Biloxi M. s. C. xv., 1, 2. 75 I l ,J ia E 57 ig ,wr 1 U X .ji -, f 4 - , ,, , ,,fL2,I.iIlII1 L 'fa 3 Sift , , , 1927 ULE M155 f u l- . A ra Y - -' C 3-G, Y ' L , :I 1? Y A ii uniors Club, 1. 23 Illil'l'-l"l'ilIt'I'lllly Council leg.-. 1N'lI1lli'I'. tunic lin-pn-seillutivv ' '. '. 76 . 15 'F' ,nu U4 , ,f L ,. . A Aifaghnlnn MA- E1.isi: Comix, A A A ...... Senatobia Gull' I':u'k Vollcgv, 1, Sullius, COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS 2 LOUISE Cox, X S2 ....... lndianola Yiw-ii-Pi-vsiclullt of I"1'eslin1am Claw .s, 1. joux VV. CR.-XVYFORD, JR ...... Ashland I'hi Sllllllil, Zig Eiluczition Vlub, 2, 3, Greek LELLEN CUMMING, A A A ....... Pace tire-mulzi Vollege-, 1: Education Vluh. 2, 33 Greek Club, 35 "Mississippian" Staff. 3. R1cHARn A. DARDEN, Kb A 9 . . . Clarksdale Pre-simli-nt Soplwmure Vlass, 23 Hermaoan. 2 , . Esmeu Enema DAv1s, E A .... Hattiesburg Xyillgllllil Interment. 1,3 State Teachers Col- 2g Education Club. MAY Davis, X SZ ...... . Como Gm-iizulu Coll:-ge, 1, 2. Eva DEWEES, X il ..... Pocahontas M, s. 1: W., 1, 2 JAMES Gu'rnRiE DONALD, A T A . Quitman A Latin Vlub, 1, 25 HQl'lllHL'ilIl, 1. 2, 3. Ai,nuR'r ROLLINS Elm' ...... Natchez Foul' Arts Vluh, :lg "Sm-roam" Staff 'P 'E SAM JULE Exis, K E, A df li, T K A, Booneville Phi Signing Gre-ok 1'luh, 1, 2 33 Edu:-ation 1'lub. 2, :lg x'lt'P-l,I'0Sllll'Il!Q lute-r-1-ollm-giate HELEN B. Feixrs, I A, X A fb Memphis, Tenn. Sworn-tary of XVom4-n's Studi-nt Govvrnnwnt, 3: Tl'A'2lSUl'l'l' ol' Junior Class, 3: Undvrgrzul- vt X XX 1' -K 'l From-li Club, 1, 2, 33 Edurzitlon Club, 2, 3. 1927 OLE MISS 'i'Sa"gn A ,454 . 2 5' 1 -ki., ' ll -J .t ,:"' ' U .. ...fi xr '-'r"':""? .X 20" .-.ii-,gf N 2: - W E vo, I l-- -- ua J 4 K 'X Q f if ef Y'r A ill' -E' 1 A A 1 l.1l'11OI'S COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS M.-xRt:ARE'1' GLEXN Fox, K A . . jackfon M. S. V. XY.. 15 Millsaps. ' . M.-nt FLLMER, A X if . . . jackfrm .4 Bn-nnu. 1. 2, 'S ' A gl lNI.utt:.aRE'1' BL.-XXDING CEE, l' A . . Carrollton ef. Latin Vluli, 1, 23 Edu--:itiuii Vlulf, 2. il. ' ,gr I VERA BRAx'rLi:Y Gomaoui, X S3 . . Heathman Vim--I'i'vsitlt-lit uf Soirllonloiw' I'lxiSS. 2. XVILLI.-XM B. lIAm1.'rox, E X, I '1' . . jnckfon "f1le'Miss" Stuff, 2. 33 I"t'2llUl'l' Editor. Zlg Mzirinnvtt-'s. 2. 3: Rusinvss AI2ll'Hlg't'l', 3: Phi Sigma. 1: Frvnvli Players. 1, 2: "Mississip- pian" Staff 1, 2. 33 Y. M, V. A. Caliine-I, Zlg t'0-Editor "Yu Hulldlvuoli. 2. LEONARD D.-XNIEI. IPI.-XRDY . .... Gulfport m'l1:1ni1iinus. 13 Gulfport Vlulvg 1Pl21I1" Statf, 1: In-Moluy 1'lulv. 1 RHES.-X H.-HVKINS, A T A . Vmcixm M. HERRING, E A . Gu-xmda College. 1, 2. ANNE LAL'RiE H1l,r:L'x, A A A . Brenau Vollt-gs. 1. 2. RosE LEE DAMEROX Hocix, A A A tjoiivt-rse Colltge. 1, 2. JACK LEVYIS HOPKINS, K A . . . 1X':ishington and Let- l'niv1-i'sit3 Fimxcrs R. HORSE, A A M, A fb E Y. M, Q. A. Cabinet, 3 Ht-rlnae-zin, 1, 2. ll: lntrziinurzil Frmthall "Mississip- ,2 3. . Vaiden . Courtland . Laurel . Inclianola . Meridian '. 1, 2. . Carriere 77 - 4 "Wx I nf A I ,L l E " F' L fY , - G f l A, 'X Y i if L A,,1.lllllQ Y, le EW 1927 OLE MISS I i X L 1911 ' ul-L: zi,-F 4:11--L-,Y - 1 I Nr, an 4 X .ISIS 'fi' 4 0 ln, 1 Y "I ' l,:I '43 .14 ng. . x 1 ,- iff,-A f 'l . A " SIX -, -11.1-.--T l.lI'll01'S COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS E. L. KINCAID . . Oxford ALICE LOCKARD, X SZ . ..... Indianola Treasurer of 'xVomen's Student Government, - 25 Y. XV. C. A. Cabinet, 3: House President , of XVard Hall, 3, "Ole Miss" Staff, 3. SAMUEL THERON LYLES ....... Tula Phi Sigma, 2, 35 Education Club, 3. MARX' ELIZABETH MCDOWELL, dv M . Batesville Grenada College, 1, 2. DoRoTIII' M. MCNEIL, I' A, X A fir . Hazelhurst Y. XV. C. A. Cabinet, 35 Legislative Coun- cil of Student Government, 3. ALTA MAURINE MAssEY, K 2 T . . Kosciusko JOHN T. MIDDLEBROOK, jk., Z X . Rolling Fork Club, 2, 35 President of Pre-Medical Club, 2, Varsity Track Team, 1, 2. BLANCHE WATTINE MITCHELL, A A A . Como XVesle-yan College, 13 Grenada College, 2. GLAIJYS Mosnv, fi' M . . White Haven, Tenn. Grenada College, 1, 23 Greek Club, Educa- tion Club. IDA CAROLYN NEwsoN . . . . Poplarville Phllomatncan. HENRIETTA PA'I'I'oN, E A .... . jackson M. s. C. W.. 1. 2, Greek Club. i MARTHA J. PERKINS, A A A .... Senatobia ' Grenada College, 1: Education Club, Latin Club 78 K I ,rZ,,z,,,ll,I W A- a 5 ,SQL 5 v i -f3 7 1927 OLE M155 I ' 113.1-f -341 -451' A ' "4- , ' uniors COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS ARI' PHILLIPS, 9 B . ELIZABETH PRIESTLY, X Q . . H. A. RANKIN, E A E ..... U. S. M. A., lg Hermaean Club, . Meridian Clarksdnle . Gulfport 2: De- Molay Club, 2, 3: Greek Club, 23 Intra- mural Football, Baseball and Basketball, 2. T. C. RICE, K E ....... Mississippi College, 1, 2, 3. Donorm' Reeves, fb M Grenada College, 1, 2. GAI"roN RICHARDSON, A T A J. E. Roamsow, 2 X . Mas. H. O. RUSSELL . R. A. Seckesr ........ Greek Club, 1, 23 Education Cl Sigma. FRANces SCHUMPERT, I' A . . TIIenesA Scorr . . . .... . Cha rleston . Shelby Columbia . Jackson . Oxford . Barlow ubg Phi VVest Point . Pickens Freshman Commission, 33 Y. XY. C. A., 35 - A ... J Blue Ridge Club, 21 Latin Club: French Club: Basketball, 3. EMMA Hmek SHEPARD, A A A . . Greenville Secretary Student Body, 35 Latin Club, 1, 2, 33 Education Club. 79 - ' 1 f' ,Il ld. , e - J , ,ffl-2,,ll1 , ' ' 1927 OLE M155 ""' ' 31 ,inf ' K NPG' GN' A l,?1':','h,:i 7. 'QQ' ' Wrf ,ol i .f7:!y,-Gsiyizffif Ili' , fl ' J ' ' i ll f- ,, 'x p' -Y A , - 'YA , V -:-- 1-'E .ll Ui? X f A -ff ' 'L' - 944- .Y :r Y ' A l.lI1101'S COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS LYOA CPORDON Sl-IIVERS, T A . . . Poplarville M. NV. f'.1 Mzlrionm-tts-sg Vivo-P1'esiclr'l1t Phil- Ulllilthlilll, 33 tire-Q-li Vluhg Educ-ation Club. XVILMA E. SMITH . . New Albany J. G. SMYHIE, JR., Kb A 9 . . Kosiusko EARL T. THOMAS, O B, A QD E . . Inclianola President Freshman Class: Prvsiflm-nt Junior Vlassg Prvsinlm-nt Greek Vluln 33 Pre-side-nt Vhevring Sw-tiO11, 3: H1-rmaean, 1. 2, 3: Editor "Hs-rmuezm Issuvj' 23 First Siwnker, 23 I-'re-slnnan Oratoric-al Medal: "Mississip- pian SHUT. 1. 2. 3: Reporter. 13 Lof-als Editor. ZZ: News Editor, 31 Honor Roll, 1. 21 In-lvatiiig Te-am, 23 Y. M. C. A., 1, 2, ZZ: Vhairmzxn Re-ligious Edw-ation Committee, 2. 33 VO-Eclitol' "M" Hanullvook, 21 Emluvn- lion Club, 2, 33 Inter-lmrmitory Baseball, 2. jim A. TORREX' ....... Meadville -1 .l. SARA SUMMERS THOMPSON, K A . . jackson Millsaps Coll:-ge, 1, 2, NIICXOXNE XV.-XLKER . Crowder RL"1'H NEAL XVALKER, X S2 . . Columbia Bvllmven. 13 M. S. V. XV.. 2 LO'r'l'm VERNON XVH1112, E A .... Oxford lflwiivll Vlula, 1, 23 Educ-ation Club, 2. Ill Busks-thall. 2, 3. LILLY PHAR1, XVHITTEX, 41 BI . . .1 Batesville G11-nmlzl Vollege-. 1, 2. LYLE A. VVii,I.lAMs, JR., 'lf A 9 . . Greenwood Mississippi l'Olleg.fv, 1. Fl.l,lO'l"l' VV11.soN . . Rosedale So -? U l rf 1 " ! -Q -- f 4 1- A... ,.. , ,wmlu ,L 1927 OLE M155 +5-fi'-5'-i1i'Tu'b .JCA- :F-' 4-iz? ' wt gi . L1I1l01'S SCHOOL OF COMMERCE Room QXLFORD, 12 A . . . ll.-rum-um 1.iu-rnry Sm-Evtyg Imrmitory Fnutlvull and Busvlulllp Y. M. C. .-X., 1, 2 EL'cExE A. Busn . . Elliaville Dakwoon CL'k'r1s Fmqrox, K E .... Como fm. .n. 4'nl11111wrvizxl Vlulv, 1. 2. 23 S--4-lu-tary Vlass. 223 Volilliun Vlulvg lutvr- 1-'rutl-rnity 1'uL1nvil, ZZ, S. L. FoRTExnERRY,'A fl, li, E A . . . Oakvale livrrlman-ml, 1. 2. 33 Sevlw-t:x1'y', 13 1'ritif", 2: Vim'-Pm-simlmut, R: l'mnnwrw-e Vlulf, 1. 2, 3: Sw-rvtury, 33 SQ-1'1'rtzx1'y Class, 23 X'iq--Pl'ws- imlvm Vlass. 3, St'l'l'PIZil'y In-lmtinf l'ounf-il, L. 23 "Mississippian" Stahl 223 Junior I-'urvtlmll Mzumgr-rg lim-nlimry Mnxmazvr. XV.-XLTER H. jACoBs, Z B . . a 1'm1um-r1-+- Vluln. 1, 2. 33 Enhlvzxtilm "lull, 1 1 lNIAL'RIcE Lows MARCUS, Z B . . . Jonestown 4'OlllI11Pl'l'P l'lulv, 1. 23 President Class. 23 Soplmonmrv Assistant Rnswl-all Mama:--ri Blavlistom- l'luI-: Junior Assistant Basvlmll Blalmgvrg Hmmm' llull, 2, IHIPF-Fl'11iI'l'Ill!Y Umlm-il. 3, XVILLIAM PRE x'1'Iss ML'Lx.xxs, lll'l'l1liH'Hll Lilvrnry Sm-iv nlvnt Vluss, HOWARD NE11'sRvx1.1.E . J. V. NICHOLS, E A . LL'CxLfs RANDOLPH QUIXN, E A . . . Liberiy 1'0I1ll11t'l'l'P Uluh, 1. 2, 33 Y. M. r'. A., 1. 2. 3: Dormitory Base-hall, VVILLIAM LEWIS RAIXE, E A . . . Fernwood 5 Cotillion Vlulw, 13 1'Olllllll'l'l'P Club, 1, 2, 33 Y. M. V. A. Cabinet, 23 Hvrxnm-nn: "Sr-rennf' Stuff, 2. TERRY S. SVVALM, Z2 A . .... Brookhaven All-Ilornxitory Foutlmll. 2. 33 1'lvMolzly Club. 2. 33 llormitory Hasvbull and Bnskvt- lvallg 1'0llllllt'l'l'1il.l Vluh, 2. K 'Till' Miss" Stuff. ty. 13 Yim'v-Prf-si- L-but 4 A . . . . McComb .....Puce S A, lNIcCall Creek -7 . St. joseph, Ln. . Rich 81 f'X . 5 fm - A f' ,I ui A IIE 1 f f ig 5' K . :vV- 1, - A ,Qgmff f . - ,..f- I., Q- g l -. Ii... w , l G i i q'U'r.1"-'f if if 1 9 2 7 O LE M I 5 .S 1 I n w w ,- I .,r Il. J . ' X ' x I v I ii - 'gngv A ts-Q7 4:11-Q--I ' l1I1101'S SCHOOL OF COMMERCE JOHN T. w7ATKlNS, A T A, 2 A . . McComb Pre-Medical Club, 1, 25 Commerce Club, 3. NORMAN WEATHERSBY, 2 X, E A . . Liberty Y. M. C. A., 1, 23 Advertising Manager 1927 "Ole Miss", President Class, 3: Com- merce Club, 1, 2, 35 President, 3. WV. G. YATES, A H A, 2 A ..... Collins Commerce Club, Dormitory Football: Dor- mitory Baseball. l.1l'l101'S SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING JOHN MARION DEMARCHE . . . Water Valley Ole Miss Student Chapter A. S. C.: Engl- nem-ring Club, 1, 2, 33 Treasurer Class, 35 Dorniitory Baseball, 2. W. L. HEARD . . Oxford H. K. HICKEY ......... Oxford EDGAR H. NATION, A II A, A-QE . Water Valley Engineering Club. 1, 2, 33 A. S. C. E., 1, 2, 3, "Mississippian Staff, 13 M. L. P. A.: Band, 1, 2, 3, Secretary, 3: Librarian, 2, President Class, 2, Secretary Class, 33 Hon- or Roll, 2. VARDAMAN KIMEALL SMITH, 9 B . . . Laurel A. S. C. E., 1. 2. 35 Secretary, 3: Vice- President Class, 2, President Class, 3: Freshman Football and Track, Varsity Football. 2, 33 Varsity Track, 2: All-State Guard. 2, 3, Dormitory Basketball, 13 Hon- or Roll, 2. l1I'llO1'S SCHOOL OF LAW WILLIAM WEBSTER BURKE, JR., 9 B . Hattiesburg Freshman Football, Baseball, Basketball, Varsity Football, Baseball, Basketball, 2, 3, 43 Captain Football, 4, Vice-President Student Body, 4: Gordon Hall Board of Control, 43 Blackstone, 3, 43 President "M" Club, 45 Moaks. E. C. BONNEY ..... . Enterprise OLIVER WENDELL CATCHINGS . . . Woodville Phi Sigma, 1, 2, 33 Blackstone, 35 Dormi- tory Champlon Football Team, 2. ROBERT WHELEss COLLINS, A T A . Yazoo City Cotlllion Club, lg Marlonettes, 1, 2, 3, Bus- iness Manager, 2: "Sc-rerun" Staff, l, 2, 33 Blackstone, Junior Cheer Leader, Manager Varsity Baseball, 2. 82 l V4 . U I fur 1 "' 7 I r": iff' ll' ' ' , - A -- I, L, m,,f...IwIlllq J, 'ia 'liakf 1 -3 T - '- L3 .- - .' ' Y rgtlxxx lp I l, 5, ur? , 'si ' "o,, nf 192 7 OLE M155 , ' , F, '- -ix il 1 - l i 1 . 4 '- 11111: 'wp-J f Y-Igg' -- Ll I'llOI'S SCHOOL OF LAVV R, L. DENT, JR., K A ...... Vicksburg Blilvkilnllv Law lulllil. JAMES Lumen Exocns, JR., K. A. . . jackson Freshman Baseball. 1. 23 Scrub Baseball, 2, 3. VVn.i.iAM BARKSDALE FONTAINE, K A . . Lyon President Class, 3. . . l Louis LYNN HARRis, lx A ..... Tunica l Freshman Football, 1: Marionettes, 1, 2, 53 President Marlonettes, 53 Sewanee. 3, Blackstone, 4, 53 Cotillion Club, 1, 2. i RALPH LEWELLYN LANDRUM, fb A 6 . Kosciusko B.A., 4, Blackstone Club, 4, 5. I YVILLIAM ALEXANDER LoMAx, A All . Greenwood Inter-Fraternity Council, 4: Managing Ed- l itor, "Mississippian," -lg Associate Editor and Assistant Editor, 33 Phi Sigma, 3, -lg Blackstone, 3, 4, Intramural Football and Basketball, 3. IGNATIUS SEMMES LUCKETT, A T A . Yazoo City Forum. 3, Greek Club, 2g Blackstone Club, 3, 43 Vice-President Class, 3, Phi Sigma. 43 Inter-Fraternity Council, 3, 43 Treas- urer, 45 Lamar Club, 45 Honor Roll, 3. Aucusrm MAGRUDER, Z A E, E T . . Starkville Blackstone: Phi Sigma Critic, Latin Club: President Latin Players, Honor Student: Assistant in Englishg Assoc-iate Editor, "Misslssippian,"g Editor-Elect "Scream," '25-'26. BYRD PRENTISS MAULDIN ..... Pontotoc Blackstone Club, 3, 4. IRA L. MORGAN, K 2, I 2 .... Moorhead Track Team, 2, 33 Captain, 43 Assistant Cheer-Leader, 3: Head Cheer-Leader, 4, 53 Cotillion Club, 3, 4: President. 43 Commer- cial Club, 33 President, 3: Musical Club, 3, 4, 53 President, 51 Treasurer, 43 Gordon Hall Board of Control. 5, Masonic Club, 3, 4, 53 Treasurer, 43 "M" Club, 3, 4, 5: Blackstone, 53 Annual Staff, 3, 53 "Scream" Staff, 41 "Mississippian" Staff, 33 Chairman Social Committee, Y. M. C. A.. 51 Her- maeang Publication Council. 43 Intramural Football and Trackg Magnolia Society. HERBERT NUNNERY ....... jackson Associate Business Manager, "Mississip- pian," 3, Secretary and Treasurer, Class, 3. EDWARD FRANCIS REID, E X . . , Hattiesburg Freshman Football, Baseball, and Basket- ball Numerals, 15 Varsity Football, 2, 35 Varsity Baseball, 35 "M" Club: DeMolay Club, 1, 2, 35 Blackstone, 3, 4: Cotillion Club. 1, 2, Commerce Club, 15 Forum, 2, 33 Intramural Basketball, 3: Secretary Class, 35 Inter-Fraternity Council, 4. i 33 E KN Z - - 1 l l 1 1 ,U Hu rv j l WT' . , - L E ,, -U W , ,fumlllllt 1 'r GE .Ilia ,.f- ' V .A 1' -'LI' x 1. . .!-AI-' I 1 V ,. ffl ai' 1927 OLE MISS Q MX . X XMI: 5 14,1 ii 0 'In '5 . '11-:L :vii I , ...nf I., - 1' if f'l.Q'3"Qz. -l ' fr X' IRM A111 'N A R .E 'lf g-'- :rr -3 -:Z ' IlI'l101'S SCHOOL OF LAVV Coxwau. SHOUP SYKES ..... Aberdeen A K E, fl, B K, 'IJ A iii, E T, 9 A K Svuhluiril and Blzulr-. B. C. .Al!AMS, A A II, A KI, E, T K A . Pachuta I'hi Signin. Ii:-pn1'tvr, 23 IlI'i'SlIii'IIt. II: In- n-r-1'nlIr-i:ints- In-lvntr-r: Iwhuting Vouiu-il, Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, 3. LIHIOTS SCHOOL OF MEDICINE XVn.1.1AM Meifrox ADAMS, 9 K XI' . . Ripiey Uri-lla-siren: Musii-:ll Club, 1, 2.2 Band, 1, 2, 33 Yivc-Pre-sicluxlt Band, 33 Ms-Llir-nl Vlulv, .1 .n. AUSTIN I-Iow,xRn .APPl.EVVIlI'I'li, 9 li . Columbia Varsity Ifoivtlwzill, 2. R3 "M" Vlulig Inter- Frutv1'11ity Uounvil. Z. HENRY S. BOURLAND, 9 K XII . .... Fulton llllI'lIIlIlll'ili Ifootlmll. I, 2. 33 I'hi Sigma, Mcrlivzll Vlulm. SAMUEL B. CARUTHERS, A A M, H K XII Duck Hill Runil, 2, Il, 43 Honor Roll. 2. Zig Phi Signing TI't'2ISllI'l'I' Junior Momlic-ul Class, ZS. Romain' LAVELLE IJONALD, ZZ X, fb X . Quitman Ivlississippi A. K M., 1. 2.1 l'it'I'IIlill'ZlIl, 31 Me-elif-all Ululi, 33 Gym 'ft'ilIII. 2. CARI. HENRY EVERETI' ....... Laurel A A M, 9 K Xlf, A 111 E, 'I' K A Phi Signing Frvshmun Urntm'i4-ul Mi-dnl: Ilnnm' Iin.lg Studi-nt Assistant in English, Y. M. l'. A. Culvim-I. XVlf'5l,rix' VVlIl'l'FIIiI.I7 PI.-ALI, ..... Shelby Mississippi Colle-gc. 1, 2. 3, -I. ARL'nnmi.n C1.zcN'l'oN Iilewus, E A li . Gulfport Ili-rilizivzmg l"0l'1llll1 In-Molziy Vinh: Gulf- port Vlulug Vntilliun Clulu, l, 2, lntraxmirexl Ifuullraill. A. POR'l'liR i'I.'IMIl.'I'0N, 1b X . . . Port Gibson l'l'n--M1-clivul Club. 2, 3, Mi-mlivul Cluli, 4, j. I.. lIol.1.ANn, 9 K N ...., Meridian Millsaps, 1, 2, R3 IIA. I'nix'i-rsily nl' Mis- f sissippi, 4. 84 ll'. ltr! U ff 1 U 7 lv , , I r,fW.,,iiiliiiq iv - 1 I l l l I l l l I I 1 I ll ll ll il i ll if 'i-3? I Z 17504- S Eze-X 1 92 7 OLE M155 I 3 1' Q' J Serve, 4' 11I11OI'S SCHOOL OF MEDICINE .'XlIl1liR'l' D,-xnxm' IILfR'I', K A . . Corinth B11-tlivzil l'llllr. XVII,I,I.IxIwI E. I-1uI"In . . Montrnfe Eumgxn VANCE Joma, H K Xl' . . . Kilrnichael 1'lIi Signing Mt-Ilivnl Vlulr. 'lg SL'l'l'l'lHl'j' Class, 4. SOI, KAUIPMAN . ...... Vicksburg ivIill'ilIllPt1"S. 1, 2, Zig "S1'I'l'1l11l" Stuff. 1, 2. 253 R11-41it-:Il Vlullg Assnvintv Business Man- nga-I' "Sl'l'4'Zllll," 235 "Ulu Miss" Stuff, 1, ESTIIER KIRK, K E T . . Fearn Springs NORRIS C. KxIGII'I', G K X11 . . . Mendenhall MI-divzil Vlulv, 3: 1"I'eslIm:III Bust-lrztllg Her- l1l7lUilll. L. B. MCC,-IR'I'x', K .1 . . jackson DICK C.xL"IIIEx MCCOOL, JR., 111 A 9, 'II X, Canton TrvzIs1II'e-I' i'N1't'Sl'llll2l1l Vlassg 1VliSS:SS1lllllQ1I1S. 2, Il, 45 Band, 2, 33 Musical Club, 2, 3: BIIIII1 Dire-utm'. jon VV.-XLLACE MAY, Ib X ..... Lambert 1'I'u-Ivleclif-al Vluh, 1. 2: 1KII-Ilivnl Vlulm, 33 1IItI'aIIIIII'IIl Bust-lIa.1, 1, 2. GEORGE NEEIA' RAINES, E X, fb X . . jackson PI'f-siclr-nt Junior Iwleds, :Ig Band. 1. 2. 33 Musivul 1,'lul.v, 1, 2, R3 Qwl'K'hL'Sll'Zl, 1, 2, 3. J. D. R0ncERs . . Hattiesburg DAVID MARION SEGREST, 9 K XI' . . Barlow Me-tlicztl Club. 35 ,-fmw E E fl ' ,i Us , ' Lg ,ff K f . V-v f M1 1-IlllQlQ . f- , ::,.' Q A ,5':,f'-... it I I 1927 OLE M155 is X 5.6141 V ,1 A .Af-.--.ff-f,, n vu, 1 x -,-'11 , 'nf i n' 1, i it Q ,iq , 0 M I " 'lf Wk' f E I If L M I 1 w X F V V N A 7 7 . L , Y -ang .l Y A - A f -. .- -V .. 1... -...X ..- ...TT mv . 1 l l1I'll01'S SCHOOL OF MEDICINE l ' ISAAC GERALD SHELBY, K E, fb X . . Rosedale lil-rinm-an, 23 Y. M. U. A. Cabinet, 33 Med- ic-ul Club, 35 Inter-Fraternity Council, 3. VAN CARLTON TEMPLE, 9 B, 41 X . Hattiesburg lfiw-sliiiizizl Bass-hull, 13 Modival Cluh, 3: Intl-r-Frate1'i1ity Council, 33 Assistant Foot- luill Manager, 2. l VVrL'roN C. THOMAS . . Leakesville I l l I CHARLES EDWARD VVARD, A A N . . . Tupelo 1 llonor lioll, 2: Student Assistant in Chem- ' istryg Medical Club. Z l J. T. VVATKINS, A T A . . McComb I , HOMER ALEXANDER WHITTINGTON . . . Bude Phi Sipcnm, 1, 2, 3: Rc-porter. Mississip- pinns. 25 Y. M. C. A., Freshman Commit- . tl-v, 15 Cabinet, 33 Oxford Choral Club: 5 University Chorus, "Sure-ani" Staff, 3. I I .. 1 J. D. VVILLIAMSON, Q A ...... Laurel i Phi Signm, 1, 2, 3, Freshman Football, E Sm-rub Varsity, 23 Varsity Football, 3. l CLAUDE FERRELL VARNER, A A M . . Senatobia l NVinnur in Intramural Doublcs, 23 Medical I Club, 3. l UIIIOYS SCHOOL OF PHARMACY JOE MCCAIN S'riLl., S2 .L K XI' . . . Newton l'han'lnzu-y Uluh: Prvsidn-nt Class, 3g Inter- l"x'z1ta-l'nity Council, 3. . ' -1 V- .-.Y.-.ii...-1.-E. 86 -.-f'- . ,un U.. , . l Y! X - - , , A,,Ax Y Y t- F-it if ' 5 . ...Z BX -" L- Q: ' - N 5 6 1 X g,e,n.1' If ' iiliy gg - a',::,, 0 L E M 1 5 5 A I 9 2 7 Q -.f:11'-'Mfg' --:S 'rf f . N N, H . X ' X 'k V :g Ilxkm' I,0'l"r . . ll. XV. XVA1,KlfR . HIl.I..'XRI1 Fl.I.I0'l'l' l.lxcm.x Snmmxx Clrmnow ROXCII . SXl.l1l,ll.l.N . , linmn' BVRNS . I-1. rl. Smxmxs . -IHHY I,. lhvls . V- in-Y t- L+ :r OFHCCFS of SOphOITlOl'e Class Scnool, or LIHERAI. ARTS . . l'rr.vi.1rnl Honra :XLFORD . . . I'ifr-I'rrsidrn1 'IQHOMAS C.-xmvnxu. SCHOOL UF Excxxlzlzmxc . .... Pn'xiJrni XV. S. Bkowx . . . . . . . l'in'-l'1'r,fi11rr1l I. A. R.-YI'HBL'RX . li. C. Mines ....... . . . Ilislorian Scuom. or CONIAIERCE . . lfn-Jidnzl N1ARYI.0L'lSli Dokkou . .l'ifr-l'n-.vidnzl W. K. I.lSl.Ii . . . FIRST X'I2.XR I,,xw . . . l'rr.ridrnr T. R. BRAD!-'okn . . .I'ifr-I'r'rxi.Irnl ICD Ukrzux . . . l'R12-Klmmluu, 'l'uoM.xs Rfxmsm' . . . . . . I'r'r.vi.1rnl XV.'l'.lI.xRPI-'k. . . .SNf1'l1Il'y11l1JTr'1'1u1U'f'l' - , IN. ii ' V f' ,..Q eu. , . Lp: . , - g , - ,X A1,fQJA,1LNmH 'Ai 'f - - Srrrrlar y Tf'1'l151ll'1'!' Src'l'1'I11r'y Tf1'd5Ill'l'f Sfrrrlary Trrasurfr Srfrflary llisinrian 1'iff-Pl'1',fid1'l1I af- if 21: 52 K 1 92 2 OLE M155 , ali' X- L- ts ,T ,L - - - o f 'L I I K First Year Law Class Vicksburg Brandon .ALEXANDER JEROME BRUNINI . . BOBBY BURNS' ....... . J. B. CARR . . . . . . . . Clarksdule T. M. lVlCIN'I'OSH Louis M. MARcLfs I. L. MORGAN . FLOYD CUNNINGH.-XM . . Booneville P. R. OAKES . J. E. GREEN . . . . Charleston V. I. O'lNf1ARA . R. D. Hooofxuoom . . Vicksburg J. VV. PATTY . . J. C. SAT'rERFlE1.n . . . . Port Gibson A. P. PERKINS . BoMAx SHAMBURGER ..... Lafayette J. L. PRLYDE . . D. XVASSOX . . . .... Morehead 39 I I ,E E 51 ' 3 Us , Lf, ,, f L e . -P lfcb rlllm s . . Collins . jamestow n . . Morehead . Charleston . Hattiesburg . Louisville . Belzoni . Tupelo Q- a A in-M .. 1927 OLE MISS G' ' Y G 1 x Vu I ' Aa ,.Il9ig::3-.QQEPQJ . I .?.1g?,,aQ'.gxiQ . A. If .1 , - 2:51156-f,14ff.:.'A: 'll 5.1-in?5:1igA!-N' Q 55:1 -'-1,4-:.-.v if " 3 ' " ik " ' H nfl. B ns.. LE- . A X' f Y -'- it-: ' 7 1 4 - In-nr' 2:31-+ Y i .vm Q N ff 1 , X 'iw EA it '15 n..1.....g. AURORA Ai.FoRn, XQ... CHARLISE ANlJliRSON, X Q . . . J. H. ARR1Nc'roN, JR., T 1' tl' . F. J. AUSTIN . VV. H. BAILY . II. IE. BARLANIJ J. R. BARRE'1'r, A W. B. BATES, S2 lv... . A ..... IIANSEI. C. BA'l"l'liN, E A I.. BERRY, Z2 X . Ii. Bm:r:N . . . XV. ll. liorwu, JR. . . K Y ul - . -- A .l SOpl'l0TI'lOI'CS . . Grace BESSIE BOURLAND, 1' A . . . . Amory Charleston J. L. BOYNTON . . . Ruleville Monticello HARRY BRINSON, 2 X . Columbia Hattiesburg VV. S. BROWN, JR. . . .... Iuka . Byhalia L. j. BRYANT . . . . Summerland . Barlancl VV. A. BRYANT . . . Sandford . Meridian E. S. BUSBY, 9 B . . Hattiesburg . Summit T. H. CAMPBELL, Z A E . . . Yazoo City Hattiesburg T. D. CLARK . Louisville . Columbia H. N. CLAYTON ........ Riply Greenville H. M. COEN . . . Lake Village, Ark. Smithville KERMIT COFER . ....... . 90 f'N. H ff 1 " 1 ,QI ,I A1 X279 fifii-7"iP f-Chr l ,p LJ A if A 5' 1 92 7 OLE M155 Qt: I jg? S 1 ?J :Q -A , A A Li . T. F. COLBERT, E X . . J. D. COLE ..... O. E. COLLIER, 9 B .... C. Q. COPELAND, A A M . EMMA R. CORBAN, K E Jov DALE, T F fb . . VIRGKNIA DENTON, 9 M MAYLISE DOGAN, X Q . . MARX' L. DoRRoH, X Q . . W. D. Dosssr . . . H. J. DUBARD, A A M . A. F. DUGGER, 9 B . . . S0pl'lOI'I'101'CS . . .Columbia . . . Como Paragoula, Ark. . . . .Piave . . . Fayette . Monticello . . Oxford . Charleston . University . . Bluah . Grenada . Stephenson 91 ELIZABETH EASOX . . T. EDXVARDS, A A M . . S. S. FAIRMAN, II A . . NANCY FARMER, K A . . N. J. F.-XRRIS . . . R. D. FRASER . N. M. FREXCH . G. T. QIALLASPY . . . N. L. GILL ..... FLORENCE GODFREX', X Q . HELEN GOE, A A A ..... K.-KTHERINE GRACE, 1' .A . fo. .5 in ff f "' f ' fx. . ,Ml ,, A H Y Ali x, ghgtfdyllll .- ...W .., New Albany . .Gulfport . Monticello . . Itta Bena . Vicksburg . Columbus . . Byhalia New Augusta . . . Bude . . jackson Chicago, Ill. New Albany F - ' x w e 4 u ,'1'I'll . A ..II9IS::.-.14-1-Q, . '21 ag: li ni 1- 1. ueiriglfsli :Fix K -: 17" .2-:ff-I -1 ' 1 f'.z?ffQ:5',5z?kL 'I Alf' -I 1 ' f ,,. - Xl ' w ' ' , 'Ir " ' Arla MX- vrr ... - 5 M 7 i -AAL.- A L 1927 OLE M155 N v- ll 'inn' if sophomores R. GRAY, II A . . . XVaynemlIoro VIRGINIA Hmuzox, K A F. M. IIAI.IaI', Z2 A Ii . . . . Okolona II. HIIIIURN, JR., E X D. ll.-xI,I ,... Irlattieslwurg F. S. IIII.I. . . . SIIRIIII lIAMII.'I'ox, X 12 . Alwerdcen G. H. liII,I., JR., T 1' fl' . DI. W. llAIuvIox,fI1 A 0 . Ackerman R. M. HII.I. . . W. 'I'. II.-xkI'IaIz . . . , Fayette 5. A. IIII.I. . . . XV. S. Il.IIIuzIsox . . . Fayette MOIIENA HODGES . A. S. II.x'I'IIoRxIc, A 'I' . Columbia jacx HOPKINS, K A ju-:ssna Mus Il.I'IIIoIzx, . . Oxford M. P. lI0us'I'oN . NI'll.l. IlA'I'IIokx, 'I' A . . Oxford VV. H. Iflunrmklm . I.. I.. Il.ItI'Ias .....,. Long Bcaclm D. llIIc:IIIas, 0 II . A. S. llIaxI.I.I f... . Olive BI'1lIll'h V. S. -IACKSON . 92 . S KN h ll fx 1 If a I IIQZMIIIIIQ IAA, . .Courtland . . Laurel . . Laurel . . Tupelo . Ifllisville . Corinth . . VVesson . . . .Lula New Albany . Shuqualalc . . Oxford . Macon -Q Q 'Q Axon' A A Ql927iOLE ifrss ,vang SARAH JOHNSON C.-XMILLE KENNEDY, fb M . . L. L. KEY . C. E. KNAPP DOROTHY LAMB, R. D. LAMBERT F. LATHAM . . S. LAWSON, E A JESSIE L. LEE, X S. T. LILLY . 0. VV. LINDSEY R. T. LINDSEY . K F K .X FERGES L. LLOYD . . . BIRDIE L. MCCORD, K A . . . CATHERINE NICFARLANE, T .X . j. T. MCINTYRE ...... VV. L. MCINTYRE ..... A. J. MARTIN, JR .... . sophomores . . Bolton D. LTPSCOMB . . Shelby . Nlorton O. K. LOOPER . Fayette . Courtland . Charleston . . Pontetoc . Hazlehurst S. P. NI.-XGEE . Clarksdale . Greenfield VVater Valley . VVeSt Point 93 MYRTLE MASON, T A . . . . XVeSt Point . Columbus Easley, S. C. . .Tupelo . Aberdeen VVeSt Point Brookhaven . . Bude . Vicksburg Brookhaven OLISH MAUFERAY, K E T . . Bay St. Louis A. P. MULLTNS, E X ...... Macon - KW J , - 1 1 gg , , f - lffznllllg 4 as 1:2 if I 1927 OLE MISS A, 4 x I , N II, .mp A Wk- '?f'l"ec ' ' .:3"5Y'z:a'-112 ugfff .ar f 1 ffswfwf--.'eI.f.'w.: 'Iwi 2? ..5aig."f!"-ew' , 1 'flqzwl'-gg" qs Q , 1 5111 J N " Q -.kgi-T- A N - ' '- Y ' " -Y - 314 f"-1-f :I-'iq -'I if A. V. MURRY . . H. NEME'I'Z .... T. B. NEWMAN, JR. . . CAImI.x'N NEWTON, III M J. O. LXTDEN, II' A 9 . IC. C. OWIIN .... JULIA K. PARKS . . KQEORGIA PIIACOCK, 1' fl, II l C' R PVNN IIA A.. Plfil-'0'RIl, 22 . T. R. RAMSIIY, S2 A . . G. O. RICE, K A . sophomores . . Riply . Gunnison . Learned . . Jackson . . Natchez New Albany New Albany . Clarksdale . . Grenada . Meridian . . Laurel . . Rosedale J. Q. ROACII, T 1' fb . L. EI,I.IeN SAMUELS S. S. SCOTT .... R. E. SHANITS . . . E. SIIRAPSHIRE, T 1' VVII,IvIA SMITII . . P. STIQVENSON . . S. M. TAPscoo'I' . L. TELLIER . . . T. A. ToI.ER . . . J. E. PFORREY, JR. ELIZABETH Tmuuzy . 94 I I ,J H. ff X u l fI , - - L-. , IIc.h,,.lII,IIq. W 'fl' . ...M J . . . McComb . . Enid . Lucedale . Sherman Rolling Fork New Albany VVest Point . Nettleton . Vicksburg . Fayette . Fayette G. G. TOWNSEND . 1927 OLE MISS ff' .mf , X i"!-'l3..Yffp,p L!-,g fp'-g-eff: . " "' il: ci' X f A. , 5 if - f -T -' - ...A -A A - - of " LZ, :li - erfr g ..-,.,. . C. W. TRAPP, 9 B . . J. C. TRIBBLE, JR. . . C. B. WALKER, JR., TI A VIRGINIA WARD, A .A A W. C. WELLS, A S11 . . VV. A. WELSHAM . . . C. H. WESTBROOKS, K 41 G. P. XVHITTEN, T 1' fir GLADYS WiLLrAMs, I' A J. R. WILSON .... - v Sophomore Class . Morton MARY WINOHAM, A A A .... Cleveland . Tupelo DANIEL CEDELL YORK Coffeeville . Tupelo VAT1s LAMAR YOUNG . Aberdeen Monticello HARDY LOTT, fb A 9 . . Natchez . Cleveland SARA THOMPSON, K A . . . . Jackson . . . Jackson C. B. STEVENS, A A M . . Richton . Rosedale L. NELSON, Z B . . Vicksburg . Meridian L. F. SHERMAN, T I' fb . . . . McComb . Batesville LILLIAN Cox, X S2 . Indianola . . Oxford E. H. LINDSEY, E A . . . Jackson Smithedale 95 , , ,FX ,nu Us , Ifpj, 'K , , . - nHfC2.1.llllllQ F Ka. GSI-inte' Q MQ 1 Quo X Ng!..x.lH -.. I ,coo . . f 1 '11 , IBN? '- ' fffff! ..' '. mx, ,f ,-4,F1,l, -.uw , 1 K fl, PQ, 'Iv f ,.,- A AK I' W f k m - 1927 OLE MISS - 1- - - f- Y .X 5111 illllmnnriam Aarnn Bubba mhittingtnn Qllzuw uf 19311 Eirh flllurrh Ellth. 1527 96 5 ry l nf 1 " f lfqjg . ,f Q ,Q HKQZZMWM -,. - x? ,JJ W 1 1 1 AQ I Y H 5, - fl 1927 OLE MISS L s L :J F1'CSh!T18.I1 Class OFFICERS M. K. HORN .... ..... ..... P r rsidrnt C. P. COSSAK ........ . l'icc-President MARY MfXRC1XRIi'I' ATKINSON . . . . . Sccrefary ALLEN CLARKE . . . Treasurer 98 af , - ,FN 1 U 7 I ,f V -V MLZ1niNllKM ,F Y-"'f'T ' 'A V ' . avg 4i'f'13f-7: '? Wi? .4 N'-5 14 .51, X 1 927 OLE M155 , i 1 gl: ' tr fu: W '- 'Qu-' 1 ' will ' Freshmen C. A. ABR1cHT .... . McComb LUCILLE BURK . . . Ruleville KATHERINE ALEXANDER . . Laurel .ALICE BERT . . . Brookhaven L. ARMSTRONG .... . . Rockport XV. D. BuRxE1'r . . . . Charleston P. S. BAILY . . . Oakland FRANCES CARUTHERS . . . . Charleston B. BAYLIS .... . Columbia INJARY FRANCES CLARK . . . Biloxi DEVVITI' BELL .... . . Ethel A. F. CARAWAY . . . Gulfport BLANCH BLOODWORTH . . Cascilla JOAN CONERLY . . Lyman GAIL Boro ...... . . Laurel C. M. COXER.-XY .... . H. J. BULLARD . .... . Vlloodland G. P. COSSAR . . . Charleston JOSEPHINE CRAIG ..... Homewood 99 5? I-X' ,il Us , IFE gi wir L - A ilifb llllqllm i- 'rw ' . 1927 OLE MISS - X 5 0 grill in Q WEP. BH L q,' I 1 I X 14" ""' 'i 1 1 -'i2?f'3?'ff2i1?El- li Y f -- 1' FL WN Wig' Y i , . , - ..,L, Jnzlk ,N .1---Y iz ' ' FI'6Sl'lI'I'16I1 I.. O. Fkosnv, jk. . . Picayune I.r:I.m FRANKLIN h.u,l,na Crmlxrz . . . Pace T. D. GAF:-'okn R. D.-WIS .... . McComb XV. T. CPAINS bl. W. Ihvls . . . . jackson N. IE. Gn.i.1s . M.-xRcr:l.1.ra lhvlnrmw . . Belzoni II. M. Umm: Ri, Ill Draxsox , . . . Marks Nra1.1,GoRnox . li. C. Drixsnx . , . Meridian DI. II. QTKAIIAIVI NV. B. I7nx.u.n . . . XVayneahoro M. P. GRAVES I". I-'. I-'l.laMs1lx1:,jk ..,... Clarksdzrlc XV. R. Gwlx .'XIJOI.l'll IIAMPTON ...... Meridian IOO i ! mL. 1 A Y., 1ff1Z.1.Ni5i'1 W- at . . . . Ruleville VVater Valley , . . Iuka . Picayune . . McComb . Meridian . Ackerman . Lexington 1927 OLE MISS -fa 4ii 'H : '5 vfi- 653 I as . , rl,-' 7 , V 5.g5a -- ,A -gil..-x'-ln 17,1 '1"". .fc ir. XT.: WXPNWX H, Urlybe . EL m.::f,' L , , , I 6 . i 111-L A L- 'W "" ' Lf ,L ,YL Freshmen T. HALL . . . Shelby Dixie Lxcxsox MARY N. HENDERSON . . New Albany T. L. JACKSOX J. HICKS, JR ..... . . . Laurel J. M. JIXKINS J. B. HILL . Moorhead W. E. Jouxsox I. C. HILL ..... J. B. jouxsox VV. A. HINES . . . Koscuisko E. JOIXER . . MARY VV. Honor . . . Vardaman C. B. Joxss . M. K. Hoax, JR. . .... Winona SAM joxlss . BEXA HURT . McComb A. H. joxz-:s . C. KEMP .... .... H azlehurst .P IOI fw .l . 2 ,ini 1 "' X lf? L, 2 K -Y f- ,f5f ,mllll'l, A XYater Valley . Belmont Crenshaw . . Riply Brookhaven XVest Point VV00dville Brookhaven VV0oClville Q Stiff-Te' 1927 OLE MISS f- 1 rxrl I , WAF1 Q X G 1 X is... wa Hia,"-'.1 'A 'I -,ww 'Ir ,In 51, ,, , . 1, vii, E 1 I my I -4.x . -"' l I J tk : , ff, J E N ' ei-Q - 's-I-Y ' 1-gr ' -:ig'1 f ELIZABETH KNAI'P FRANCES LEGGE'I'I' . J. LEccE'I'I' . . . H. L. LEWIS, JK. . JACK LILLY . . . II. L. LI,oYII . . . WAl.'l'ERINE LOCKARII C. I.oGINE . . . C. J. MCLAURIN . Fre . . Fayette . Gulfport . McComb . . Street . . Tupelo . Meridian . . Indianola . . . I'laIIclsboI'o Taylorsville sl1men E. L. MCLAUIIINE E. S. MCINTYRE . I. MCIN'I'x'RE . . W. L. MCMULLIN VV. D. MANSELL J. W. MAYHER . J. I. MITCHELL . ARNOLD MYERS . I. J. PAYNE . . WINIFREIJ POWELL . . . Winterset, Iowa 102 l -4 1 Illlllll 1 U f r-. 111' f ' - L - ., Y XII-24,41 Ill IL Y vs: . . McComb . . VVest Point . Minter City . . Winona . Canden . . Gulfport . . Charleston . Holly Springs . . Magnolia 4' w--all 2 Q R .E 1 4 , 3 Qi' A 1927 OLE M155 f a...L,.- .M . - Z - - Y-ng l GRAYSON, RAY . RISTAIJ, R. N. . RoAcH, M. L. . Rocsks, L. S. . . SELBY, VV. E. . SKINNER, K. S., JR SMITH, B .... SMYTHE, A. R. . SORRELLS, R. VV. SI'ovAI.I., CARY . A..4 ...- Y...,,,-, ,- Ll , fl 3 f:1'CSl'1l'l'lCI'1 . . . . Rosedale SWEATT, K. J. JR. Monitowoc, Wis. SYKES, OCTAVIA . . . . McComb THOMAS, IDA L. . . . New Albany TURLEX', ED. . . . . Belmont YVALKLR, S. H. . . . . Macon YVALLACE, HELEN . Gulfport u7ATKlNS, VIRGINIA . Greenville YVATTS, S. T. . . . Belzoni XVEIL, KARL . . Corinth VVELLS, J. E. . rog ,CX ,J U. ff 1 "' X V I fi , , ' I - - C , R - Iff,f2,,I.jIllll l fA . Ruleville . . jackson . Coldwater . . Jackson . Columbia . . McComb . . . Meridian . . Port Gibson . Greenville To-W 1927 OLE MISS Q x 1 , he-1,5 A-1,0 X -x 1 . H' ,,, 1 'Y zsx ' X ..f- ' W r ,-U6 4- ' 1 .f v, .Tx ,.,. fl 'N . X X X n ' :JJ -nf if ,Y -5 -Y Y Vmclawl' Vxxcntvl' . . j. M. MAGRUDER Iilmnxxn N. RANII l.AVr-:Rxl-1 Iloumas . . . . l.rxr-.l.1. Luis: . I-.LM I-1 14 K , F1'CSl'll'I'lCI1 . .Belzoni QPIQNE COUR'l'Nrzv ..... . Burns Port Gibson Rox' T, S'rENE'rr ..... .Tylerrown MARY MARGARM' .ATKINSON . . . Pickens . McComb Romamo C. MAssnNcu.r ,.... Brookhaven . McComb Rnumax VVn,cox . . . . Charlestown A. C'APuas . .... Thaxton ro4 ,i - ,. lj K? u ff mf 1 U f T -Y afaglnnfxlki A -'AEM - K fl - ' t - -X! "X"f!l. V , ' ' I , bf N - N, , 3" 1 , 4? A ' I 1 I . I 1 ag ' CQ? I 4, N ,133 ' 'X 1 W f ,1 g A ' X BJ , ,-4 1 'fr x-. , ,N 4 ' 1 ' ?,,,, b--'T- e-f:?-.'-- mf- J. V f rc... hi, ..,.H,..- A w ,,., ,W . . ,A, AA .--,.,A,,... ,, ,, , ,,,k w,J I ,,,,g,., , - , , , Y.. , Y ,Y ,,Y, Y , Y Via, rm -.QW-v-V-Q AM!-W-W M W wf r A Jxcaviaes . 'l ff 1 V " - A - !j.1!515-V' 171' .4 H1 1111" "1 if 1 ' 'VW 1 ...k .. M 1, - 1 - ff' 1 ,AQM1 't.1:A1-fp, 131111: 1 3 Q ' ,- 1 1 V ' 1- 1'N'f11Q5'fJI"1'2' 1-3" 'ML'-1 x'f,1"' 1' 1 M 181 '4' '-ig-' ' N " N1r'lIf1' jiX,1'1'.1-:.,1'-E,1:' i 1. .1 :X ' 1"11 1 11 ll ' 1 111 " 1 1' 1 1 1 XA 11., 111', 1' '.1 1. 1 1 A 1 1.,1!1-511, . 1 , 1. .11 '1 1 111 1 - 1 1 ' 1 1 . 1 1 111, 1 1 1, 111. 1i1'l"' 'f mllxd' 1 1 , 1,1 h .U,1.111.- 1 11 .K N1 A-1,1 -an -.- 1 'A -1 1 111 Hx, 1 W .1371 r VV. xl., , 1' 11 1 I. 11' ,I 1 1 1 1 .P 1 1 Sli. 1 tx. I1 1.1114 1 ., .11 ' '11 .1 1 '1 11 ,'1 In X .x "n 111 411 1 X113 1, 1 11 f' K , 1 , 1 ., . , 'r . 1 ' ju.. I.. . 1. 1 "'g,x11 . , .f ' " 1 "x'1'i'fJ' 'NH' "f'1.' 'I1 if 11 1' 11111 ,- 0 1 ll, 1 1 ' s 1191 ' '11I,1, 11 -1 W.. 1' . X 1 ' .I " 1 ' rv, 1 -11 11111,1,' .1 1 1 1 1, gun, v,:I11.' 11.11, 3 ' 1. 1 I .x. 1 1.1 ,11 A I l I. A ,,.11. 1 .X 1 'ff .,'1. 1.:N- v1 I ,ik xl wwf l ' 1 "11,.,1. 11 I N11 1 1 L'4'x"' 11. 1- Wfk . "-'H' ' '1 L 4 ' 1 I I 1. 1 , 1. , ' ,,1,11.-1' '1-11'1'1' ' 1 "'1'1.1' 1 511- ' 1 1 111' ' . Wy" KH1 ,v n .-' '-1 -' '-..'1'14' " 6 '3.'1f1- u J.. 1 J 1 I 1 -,-1 '-1.12 111.1 1 - -1-1. ' 111-1 1 '11--!.'1"ll - 1 11.-,'1 . 1 ,, 111 1 Y 5 1.5!1,.:'N:,',.'fA1I1l ' ' "Xu, .' 1 H 1 1.. 11, '," Lk., l- 1,t., "i 2.1 V1' -.14..'Ml'A1' ...H '-ig-:11'-.1 1' 1 k 44' V1, 1 . 1 1'-A 21 ' Fw' " ' '13 . "Q"r1.'1 1 I X 5 04957 M 1927 OLE M155 . :'f' "4 'fr' , J' 9 -at , v 9 ,r Liz 9 9' The Return of the Greeks If 'lfQ?1ZROlVl the establishment of the University of Nlississippi in 184.8 g, f until 1912, Social Fraternities played a prominent part in this Zi institution. Such organizations were banished in 1912 by act WK of the state legislature. Then, in 1926, after one of the most dramatic contests ever waged in legislative halls, restoration came upon passage of the following Zeller Bill: "Be it enacted by the legislature of the State of llflississippi, that for the purpose of promoting higher standards of scholarship, a greater degree of culture, closer social fellowship and a stronger college spirit among students of the State Colleges and University, any group of students in each institution shall be permitted to organize themselves into such societies as Academic, Professional, Honorary, Nlasonic, or so-called Greek Letter Fraternities or Sororities or similar organizations whether of a local or connectional char- acter." So thus, in the following pages, by order of the original establishment at the University, "Ole bliss" ,27, has the honor of reviving the record of Greek activities at the University of lNfIississippi. lN'Iay they live forever! 108 1 "' X , iq, ,J le , , iiffyaulllm 2,, . .aa 'a 1927 OLE M155 5' 44- 'Xi..'kZ'5,'f, X - f 6.4: 1' ' rff- ' - ,' 'LJ Ls., 'Tn .Y 5,1 Z! vi Lg.Mig,,.nsi5l,x K :f'5m5A 5 NN " ,,v 2 " A ' J ' :- -3 . f : X x . 1 , A 'J V... ' Y E H X , N. g V X: 'W ,L , 1' , I V ,' sg fl I i.-X X' 2 ' M1 V, ,f I Q X' I E SB: L fm ,,,,, ff Q h If ,Q ,, ,s 'L ,.5 .99 G , CX 1 332 ' X ' Q 1 X I x I f um EELL un. ew Q im. LEEAX ADEQ? X- . .r1. TEADMAN f.. an A Sq f'5An?LE5fC1w'5' if?-XE .2 A QEQQQ V - T ,em ERJDNQQRIQSRQW :sa OERALDN ,ff V, u.rl.Lnnow AAM u.w Q . i -5 .L X5 1 xr5X5kLLiT4'35?'r?2T" AST? x T X' Rumba: GRAY TT A w. . ll. Q N7 saw.LSQ" es- gf' 5 N -S M.L.Mmzgbs 25 IYBJ. JI , '51, fx iff if 4-1 M- X Y 9 ICQ i Z f'X ,in Us , ITT rf K - -Y K i nf 1w:XUQ A Y ll ki Il GATVS l QR - " E?g '.,o I sw . ' , I 1 92 7 OLE M155 ' CI J gl ? E J LJ J- A TJ l 1 5 J' Q I . L- .I l' J J V' ilelia fpsi Fraternity Founded :It Columbia College, NewgYork in 1847 Thi Chapler Established in 1855 FRATRES IN FACULTATE I JUDGE WM. HEMIXGWAY PROP. J. E. TORREY DR. J. VV. BELL, SR. I 4. l FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Class of 1927 VV. J. VOLLOR, JR. J. VV. BELL, JR. MERCER D. JONES HEBER KENNEDY GILRUTH MOUNCER JOHN NUNNERY Class of 1928 Q VVILLIAM LoMAx J Class of 1929 VVM. L. MCINTTRE A. J. MARTIN, JR. RUSSELL BARRETT XVILLIAM H. BERDON W. CALVIN WYELLS PLEDGES R. C'AMERox MAssExcn.L lIoI.MIis TURLEH' Envvfuzn TURLEI' Rox' L. Ross J. Foco Dxxox l I-I no I I . ' ,nu W.. , ll I , r l V.. Jw" AW . AP 1 .4 . - ... ..-- 1' . 43 11i -' Til" I 1 1927 OLE MISS ' Q M III fl ,J ' Z 'fm , Tj ,, f 1 U 3 G -l- J K 4 , L- - . as h'f-Egg!-AI ,ff -ooo , Qi ffl fl' ',J'1 ' 'fi I ,'-va 1' ' - I W I' II 'gf Iqx it , wnkl ia x 'N 1927 OLE MISS 5.-KL' :tk A ' 5. mfg. . Q' " W". 1, J pg g , i' Y., ' 5 4 ' ...QL DR. ASHFORD LITTLE LANDRUM ANDREWS T. C. KIMBROUGII DR. B. S. GUYTON G. L. BILES BRANHAM HUME J. T. MIDDLEBROOKS VV. B. HAMIL'l'ON, JR. E. F. REID A. P. ML'LLlNS H. C. BA'I'rEN Sigma Chi Fraternity Founded at Miami University in 1855 Colors: Blue and Gold ffia Chapter Established in 1857 FRATRES IN URBE DAVID CARTER R. M. REED FRATRES IN FAC U LTATE K. P. VINSEL GRADY GUYTON F RATRES IN IJNIVERSITATE Class of 1927 J. H. SIEADMAN A. C. THOMPSON Class of 1928 A. P. PERKINS J. F. ROBINSON Class of 1929 H. W. WALKER F lofwer: White Ruse R. R. KIMBROUOII R. M. GuEss ROBERT J. FARLEY DR. E. N. LOWE RUSSELL MILLER A. A. WALKER R. L. DONALD G. N. RAINEs NORMAN WEATHERSBY H. B. BRINSON E. B. FERRIS, JR. ' PLEDGES LAMPION BERRY ROLAND BLANKENBAKER FORD COLIzER'r K. SHELTON SRINNERS, JR. A. C. CRAWFORD HILLIARD ELLIOTT C. F. RA'l'LLlFl-'E L. 0. CROSBY, JR. ROY SORRELS PAUL RAMEY II2 H , T if K. w ff 1 U 7 fv .rw I. W4 -nun. . . ,. . 'P' v i -3? F J w? X - -3 1 92 7 OLE MI 55 X 8 f Elf K w K..::w -J, 3-,.Y, -,rf YA., ,i , f 1 Y- 'Q' mf-f A g 113 5 E fm . 2 rf f "' ! I IQ, ef K f , ..v ,,,2,' ffl n.! ,- . Y f : M' 1 1 Mitt I 1927 OLE MISS - ' .A ' 5 ,I"4:..y,q,9. Q5 A IQ 512175-"1 , :ooo ill!5::gl'l5?5. no 7u..1 'II - 1:Sgk,wf.-.'Q:'?: -'53:?G5Zf!1ii5" i -'L-IQ:-II--'g-5' qv f K- F.,- E l L - L - - - - N 'E A N A--. - Ag 1 ff L ERIC JOHN VV. FALKNER WILL .ARCHIBALD JOE ROBERTS CHARLIE ALLEN ICD MARSHALL ARCHIE HEWES FELTON l-IARvIaY MORRISON HORACE KINNEY HIRAM RANRIN JOHNSON , 'lf Sigma Jqlpha ffpsilon Frafernily Founded at the University of Alabama in 1856 Colors: Purple and Gold FIofw."r.' Violet Jlffississippi Gamma Chapter Established in I 866 FRATRES IN FACULTATE DAWSON DR. DAVID BISHOP FRATRES IN UREE JUDGE OLDHAM JEFFERSON K. HAMM FRATRES IN UNIN'ERSITATE Class of 1927 CARL COERS EARL JOHNSON TOM MARSHALL Class of 19.28 BRYCE ALEXANDER Class of 1929 TOM CAMPBELL FRED H.ALEY' VVESLEY WILLIAMS JAMES STONE MURRAY FALKNER ROLE RISTARD JOHN HOLLOMAN HARIJEN WOOD .,VV. MONTJOY JOHN FALKNER WALTER PATTY SYDNEY LAWSON CHARLES PIOEORD INNIS MCINTYRE II. THAMES FARRIS FLEMING PRESTON IEDMONDSON REUBEN VVILCOX VIQIIOMAS Mosm' PL EDGES WALLACE CROOR DEAN FALKNER ROBERT RISTAD T. J. LILLY II4. ALI.EN CLARKE H. R. HEWES WVARREN POTTS LEWIS MCLAURINE PAT RAPER ALBERT ALEXANDER ' U4 , l fgf .5 L L , A L, L nfQZMlllllM . L, 6? .Q Bn: -4- .fz K 192 7 OLE M155 j E I., I' '4.- M i ix- li - , 4 il , wr it f, -4.1 f i fp ggi 'f r ,+ V WL T , -1 ?'iiP 115 I I rf 2: I-X' . if fx' X 1 !, X K ' W -A .F iv r hfa fnmslm T .. ,Eb H yyr, L M 1- 1927 OLE MISS L ' 5 0 r V 4 Ryan xm' g"lv-YG, E o 'GI 1 "H . , fy , 4 ,.. ..1,f1..w. ,WM , ,Dy ,.-,4l.,. ..,l.,,- 'H 1l'1-71' 5 K' 1 'I' ' '55 --x' 1 1 I , , t r' - K I J r R A Y - - R - 2 5 A AX , li L - :haf 111' Q l , . quill iielfa Thcia Fraiernzfy Founded at the Miami University in 1848 f J A Colors: Azure and Argent Flofwer: VVhite Carnation rd a V iv Jbffississippi Jqlplia Chapter 3. Established in 1878 X FRATRE IN URBE MR. THOM.As YATES FRATRES IN UNIV ERSITATE Class of 1927 JAS. D. THAMES, JR. HERBERT M. FANT HARRY M. WARD JOHN W. WINDHAM T. T. Ross ' FRANK S. LEFTWICH R. L. LANDRUM Class of 1928 C R. A. DARDEN LYLE VVTLLTAMS D. GORDON SMYTHE Class of 1929 GEORGE Y. Hlcxs, JR. JAMES OODEN SAM T. WATTS JOHN S. SHARP JOHN M. MAORUDER AARON VVIIITTINGTON' ANDREW B. BUMPASS PLEDOES 116 HARDY LOTT JACK LTLLY EDWARD JOINER MACDONALD HORNE WILLIAM HARMON ROBERT BURNS I ,J A E . r-' 1 11 "' if 'G su., 4 RQQA KM ' 5. MCCOOL, JR Va ag u 'P ff N-ff ifff.-ff f2f'z 1927 OLE M155 L , Z 1 ' I :li Tl' fi gg, vc 'Jug , 1--i n fm ,, .,., ' ...gn , .. ,fi , ,L . 'L . I II7 46 i f-ws 4 1 1 ,- U FY f U ,Z V ,lf J 055201-10M 'W ' 'lily' if X R . I 1?- -lp A Q Q 1 9 2 7 O LE M I 5 5 f f - I I I Y Y - Y 'Y Y --:f ii' Y ft, - Y Delia Tau Pelta Fraiernzly Founded at Bethany College in 1859 Colors: Purple, VVhite and Gold Flofwer Pansv 'Pi Chapter Founded as Rainbow Club in 184.8 Consolidated with Delta Tau Delta in FRATRES IN LJNIVERSITATE Class of IQ27 JAMES A. CASBURN CLAUDE V. HATHORN Class of 1928 I. SEMMES LUCKETT GAX'TON RICHARDSON ROBERT VV. COLLINS JOHN T. WATKINS RHESA R. HAWRINS VERCIAL J. GREENE Class of 1929 FRANK A. EAKIN PLEDGES MALCOLM HOLMES A. S. HATHORN XNILLIE GWIN JAMES DONALD GRANVILLE S. NAPIER H. E. RAND ROBERT LINDSEY JOHN H. WHITE ,Z U rf ! U I I 1 ll' .. W 1886 ,1 i 4? f.-ini X F 1927 OLE M155 li A i'7lJ'::5: liggigl, J :::-I I 7 A' I-"' 1:-4: -4.1 ' A 4 ' ' Ts: 1' XS- x r -W . . Il9 I ,J 4 - f mum .P 32:2 ,fx ,i We 1, v ' H MQ' l ' 1. ,I qs: 4 , . U Q 192 1 OLE MISS , 'ir A 'Zi - - '-"- LQLQ Y ' ' ""-- - Zh-if A, 41: ' f l Q A Kappa Jqlptra Fraternity lt l Founded at Vllashington and Lee University in 1865 Colors: Crimson and Gold Flofwers: Magnolia and Red Rose 1-l J fltpha Upszlon Chapter I'l Established in 1900 .I FRATRE IN FACULTATE It DR. VV. L. KENNON FRATRES IN URRE DR. FRANK PLIRSER MR. T. J. HUTCHINSON FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE L Class of 1927 Q 5 F. W. BRADSHAVV W. H. WATKINS, JR. I ' S. S. MCNAIR M. B. WARE ' J. M. STEVENS I . Class of 1928 R. L. DENT, JR. J. L. Exocus, JR. VV. B. FONTAINE L. L. HARRIS A. D. HURT Lravx MCCARTY L J. C. HOPKINS l Class of 1929 , J. L. Homuxs J. E. WILs0N . t W. D. Dosssvr C. A. Asxsw I PLEDGES I I J. B. CARR DAVID GRAHAM ' Q DONALD MCLEAN i . l , l I I I in :zo , ' ,I U.. l 4 ,IME wr- j Y I fi-I In ' we ."1a4.'L 'll .,.,. If Il il l J 1927 OLE MISS . M Q, .v J 'X l 11 A . "9 J f :' ': 1' W, ' I xx X x' I' J ' QQ X NX o Q ,, 1, X.: fl' z"..,'-I-., nr. J l xy- n u, X X ..' X , E li , i .- x - 5 1-iz 'Tri 1 - -T :4huf1-ff 3 5451 ff -4 1 ' A ' - ' f-VWJ x21 I f'N. rf 2 ii ,-F 1 " X - IT , , f 'L ,fE,"'L In Ki A , - ,. -h-In-EL f wg. ZQMN1 -. N I 5.151614 N J. In X Icy. ,NJN I Qx '- X 1' "1 ' "fi . Ibis' 5' ' I 1 I' 1' 'gf qx ,.,- I W Wx A . Gag X X ia. Gswuief M., L, .J 1927 OLE MISS l ,yo ,Q A f- Kappa Szgma Fraiernzfy .Q Oh. 92' Founded at the University of Virginia, 1869 ARP 'LQ I ' A 1- ' Colors: Scarlet, Green and VVhite Flofu:fr.' Lily-of-the-Valley . 'xl' ... gl h ilelta Xi Chapter Established at t he University of Mississippi in I926 FRATRE IN URBE DR. J. C. CULLEI' FRATRES IN FACULTATE DR. A. BONDURANT DR. C. S. SYDNOR FRATRES IN LlNIVERSITATE Class of 1927 ERNEST J. BEANLAND C. H. MCCRAINE, JR. T. J. DAVIS VV. L. LIPSCOMB Class of 1928 SAM J. ENIS GERALD SHELBY VV. J. VAN SANTEN Class of 1929 FLOYD VV. CUNNINGHAM M. S. McDoUcAL M. P. HOUSTON PLEDGES ADOLPH HAMPTON ROBERT JONES TARVER McINTosII IRA L. MoRcAN R. D. LAMBERT PAUL R. OARES W. J. HARMON VV. T. RICH, JR TANDY C. RICE Q ROBERT JACKSON EDVVARD GREEN 122 u f'W. ' , UI.. " J, I B? K 13 W -,. I fs 1927 OLE M155 Qi I, ,F ff f L .Y A4-i 1 123 ii 5 f-X ,i Us , LT, lf Q , - , , 1 Lff bfxdlxlll A i F w , 1927 OLE MISS E' ' A N'i"f-f:'?fw:f? T i5N?iQ'li:'5"'5 A .:T15f?5fZfi1EiG" 1 -:nb I-'-:If . , . . X . J ,.,. t , f r Hg M11 Y i 7, Y - .-, f -.3 4-T i L 'mx ' ' Y 'K- 1 ! I W, I . fx? V XJ , ' .. Y :r 7 Agi- Jqlpfza Qelia :Mu Fraferniiy Colors: Black and Gofd Flowrr: Sweet Pea FRATRE IN FACULTATE DR. N. B. BOND FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE JOIIN PIODGH THOMPSON COLTON M. SMITII S. H. BUTLER Class of 1927 EDWARD FURR R. T. MOELEY JAMES J. LENOIR A. C. KIDO J. W. COMES, JR V. L. RILEY T Class of 1928 S. B. CARRUTHERS F. R. HORNE Class of IQ2 XV. S. BROWN, JR. O. L. EDWARDS R. MANSEL HILL DON. E. GORTON DEAN XVASSON C. Q. COPELAND 'FOXEY HALL VV. W. HALL CTEORCE CANDY J. O. LENOIR R. A. SELBY PLEDGES REX MALONE C. H. EVERETT B. C. ADAMS 9 C. Q. COPELAND FRANK HILL H. N. CLAYTON EDWARD C. OWENS C. B. STEVENS PYROR S. BAILEY JOIIN W. MAYIIER SHERROD TOWNS D. H. TIIORNIIILL H. G. DUBARD W. L. MCMDLLENS BEVERLY SMITII IRBY MITcIIEI.L CHARLES AERIOIIT 124 1 H ff F fp" .4 V - A . . -..W A LWQQMWW ,LL- .J. FATHEREE 1927 OLE MISS F Ax! I t 5 ' . li- f?2:ii,1f'dri': .L 951' f'.::1f ".fi WN M I 2:,:p,r.j:fi5r IS' is QQ9XlxR?:, ,4 . . ,,-,, - M L, n 11:1n'-e: .- J f wf- v 1 f -H'-fx .. N x C Iq J. ,I NH, ..- E gil S . ::.-:w, '- ,, 1 iifalma - ?" '5' 7 - 7' lggnlz- QI-T 125 I m Mmm Q' Y P I L is , ,QW : fi ,Ss --.........l...J 5 2 rw 5 ui f " ,X 'TIT' "ly K ' v- ff W ry, ,MM ,, - f Ei .QW i ,Nfl f G 4 ' If N' 4 N 4, A 7 R912 A , I I 1927 OLE M155 . , , . 'Lf ' I I ,JJ ' if - A . ,fqlplza 73iJ4lpl1a Fraternity XXX Colors: Garnet and Gold Flower: Lily-of-the-Valley xx FRATRES IN UNIY'ERSIT.ATE P. JONES M. W. SC01'r J. VV. WINTER L. F. MULLER f:l2Y H.IsIcINs Class of 1927 VV. D. DAVIS J. XV. ELMORE j. S. BRUMFIELD F. C. RUSSELL Class of 1928 VV. P. KILLINCSWORTII R. H. CHRISTIAN XV. G. YATES E. H. NATIONS Class of 1929 HUNTER CAUSEY PAUL SHAFER PLEDGES A. P. DYRE DENsoN M. RANDALL L. C. PROTIIEII JOIIN BRUMEIELII F' 126 ill s. I U j I G2 , . H. , 1 ,:LB,..5IlI.I'.1 W A- 'P 59 1927 OLE M155 qc, A A 1 -J it ,5 Q imma 127 1 5, if ,- H K 2 G ur 1 F "' if ,W J1' i mf kfmxlm i M - -'- --f -T-.....-......-.......n is .Si W v if . ' . X' ' 5.1 1' API.:-g1:1fAn,'? A :L-Ar:g1.'1:::-r.'.,, -.f. ,v,'.f1-L1- -f I V ' ' 'QQ-.-4l.::1i-l,'!.L 'T I' L3-Z'31j-l1'1T 'X L fr ,I:a.g.5.1,5g , . . K I ' f ff . N' if f 11 K Y- A X ' ' ' 3-1 1927 OLE MISS 'gl-vf fli1:- - - nf ,Hlplza Tau Qmega Fraternity i :'35?'i.": Colors: Red and Green Flofwcr: VVhite Tea Rose if " l'1'u", T fDeIta 735i Chapter Established at the Yniversity of Mississippi in 1927 FRATRE IN FACULTATE DR. A. YV. MILDEN FRATRES IN UNIXVERSITATE NIACK SMYTHE C. E. MILLER T. J. PRINCE ARCHER COCHRAN W. E. ANDERSON Class of 1927 G. VV. GAINES OTHMA SEAMAN SMITH G. E. RILEY E. M. ANDERSON O. R. S. K. ARMSTRONG CLALLE SMITH Class of 1928 HERBERT NUXNERY OT IS HANNAH -IHAU V.-XNN CARL LOPER J. M. BATES CARY STOVALL JOHN VV. DAVIS GEORGE B. VVOLF J. D. WILLIAMsON B. L. SHAMBERGER Class of 1929 THOMAS RAMSEY JOE STILL PLEDGES LAMAR H. ARMSTRONG FRANK CARROLL SHELBY VVALKER IQENNETH SWEATT JERRY B. JOHNSON ROGER ALEORO JAMES JINRINS FLYDE M. ANDERSON JIMMIE E. O STEEN FRANK PRINCE 128 rf '- I f' ,H ww 1 V ,GT ,, , - - 7-. -V Wg ,xi fig" 4 -' 7 Jw EQ 1927 OLE M155 L, , -' 3151- er ,- -'hi 'f Q w L n L 129 f-3. 4 1 f- u ff , - 1 LTI, V Q!! lc T ps, 5, Ugw mkmurl, - -iQ?-E+ SW9 1 9 2 7 O LE M I 5 S I If g ' Ark AY -. A A I f - -Q52-A L L .Nw D Q. L -' :r1:- 44.7 Y WWW? ' - A 'PI Ipha Frafernzfy 3 Colors: Gold and VVhite FlofI.ufr.' Shasta Daisy FRATRES IN FACULTATE J. R. SIMMS E. VV. LEVIE FRATRES IN LTNIVERSITATE Class of 1928 VV. D. LEWIS GEORGE M. KNIGIII' Class of IQZQ J. B. GATIAIRIGIIT PAUL STEVENSON T. B. NEWMAN, JR. I. A. RATHBUN CIIARLES PENN MARVIN DOOLEY HARRX' XVINTERS RUTLEDGE GRAN' XV. R. PHILLIPS C. B. WALKER STEWART S. FAIRMAN PLEDGES VV. B. HOBSON RALPH W. IIENRY E. B. COURTNEY 130 P . i fd . 7 'N . fi ui X I ,if Xa ' f Hd llxtkxikm W - 1927 OLE M155 CL-,Q -A13 i i-7' 'P is! , I' ff ' lt ' 9' I X JT , - iii-if -r ,411- ,,,: L......,.-+,-. I I -ff L E fl . ? ui ff 'N 1 'T' 7 V I ,KT , ,fi 1- v V -Y IKQLWAHXILM i: Y ig?-H fi? ig 1 92 7 OLE Ml 55 - . - -4 . L - .2 7 f - v i Y Ti? A ig -1- X Tau amma 'Phi Frafernily X? ' Colors: Green and VVhite Flower: VVhite Ruse f Established in I 926 FRATRE IN FACULTATE DR. H. FRAZER JOHNSTONE FRATRES IN LTNIVERSITATE Class of 19.27 R. M. BROWN R. XV. HINTON R. P. PHILLIPS D. VV. CONNOR G. E. TOMLINSON C. EOMONOSON JONES C. VV. SHERMAN R. B. XVILSON, JR. Class of 1929 J. H. ARRINOTON J. P. DALE G. H. HILL, JR. J. G. ROACH L. F. SHERMAN PLEDGES SAM CARTER GEORGE P. VVHITTEN CLAUDE L. IRBY GEORGE PAYNE CossAR JOHN H. LEOGETT SAM JONES MILTON L. ROACH , Iinwm SHROPSIIIRE IIUOII L. TOMLINSON 132 - r' ,u U. , PIII -Z . L V A, L. -,QIMIIQ J! A- , 'fa fs o 'F' .f:1!N.i.'Ti'7'ZLf X J'-6. 1 92 7 OLE M155 5 G-if' 4131- wr t gi-I ' f A- A ,----f-v -- - -- E 4 i K i I I 1 P Q u Q L.....,Q...... .. -- A,g....4.,- , 133 'A 'mx ,i ui j up ,ff It .5 ,v f,ff f..xNuKM ii fa 'gf ' ' J Y-lf' 1 H ' K I. I 1 92 7 O LE MISS r Fr- 'f' F S BL, -Z! X -- -,-if - Theta Beta Fraternity I . Flouvr: Pink Rose Colors: Pink and Blue VA P FRATRES IN IJNIVERSITATE Class of 1927 .ALOXZO BRINSOX C. M. BRYSON LAMAR JEXXIXG5 J. R. THATCHER HARRISON BUTLER T. B. BUTLER G. B. DAVIS ED LIPSCOMB HUGH Comms Class of 1928 XVEBS BURKE G. E. BUSBY V. K. SMITH VAN C. TEMPLE E. T. THOMAS DAVID HUGHES .AUSTIN APPLEWHITE O. E. COLLIER Class of 1929 .ARCHIE HEMPHILL ARY PHILLIPS J. L. DAVIS SALE LILLY n CARI' PHILLIPS A. F. DUGGER CHARLIE TRAPP PLEDGES XVILLI.-XM D. BKJRNETIAE CHARI.Es HERMON NIORRIS EVEREIT PEEPLE SAM KYZAR S HExRx' LEVVIS JAMES L. HICKS JOHN C. SAI'rEREIEI.D DABNEX' LIPSCOMB THOMAS P. XVILLIS f'X .ff . , H 1 VT: H A . --.-..L.v2g2,LfI1L L 43 -1345? KW 1 92 7 OLE M15 5 ' 'lf-,, I i ! k l A 3 135 U V rf Q Ha ,C f ,T ,f - , mi hmm ' J few... l m 1927 OLE MISS E' ' f 1 . N KA I' , ., ,.., ,.. . A GgfS1f.cge.fYgf, . --s-:mi if .111 ff vf x X'u,.:- if '354p?Gg4f:,!.3--- ' f? Q ','.11-sl-'aa-f' 'qv f 'fi f xml' J f 1.4, 'X 1' 1-'S A N, -f f S+: f f --- Qk. A -J a.w.. , -, inf -"f ,K fl KAP X Y yy?- , l Kappa rplri Fralernily Colors: Blue and Gold Flofwcr: VVhite Rose FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Class of 1927 J. T. JARMAN ' C. E. JONES L. Y. Morummu S. VV. SULLIVAN Class of 1928 Class of 1930 J. T. DUNN J. O. Russ: M. E. VVILSON Class of 19.29 PLEDGES Il. S. FREEMAN R. A. Smua R. M. LEE E. J. SIMMONS VV. A. VVE1.sHANs C. II. Whsmkoox VV. D. MANSELL L. N. MARWELL 136 I ,J E. C. BONNEY 1 "' X ,, ff 4 J- 5 1ffZ,1..MM EA 9 ff' 1927 OLE M155 A A -dig 'rmf a ' J 71' RosA TATE . . , Women 's Tan-Hellenic Council FRANCES MCNAIR . ....... . RosA TATE . . . MARGARET PEETS . EDWINA FORD . . MILDRED COCHRAN FRANCES MCNAIR . CARRIE LEE ASPIFORD ELSIE HYATT . . . ESTHER KIRK . . BEssIE BOURLAND . MARGARET GEE . DOROTHY MILLER . HELEN FELTS . MYRTLE MAsoN . BEssIE MCINNIS . KL REPRESENTATIVES 137 U I IVVIV -5 J, , A - fmihnxmlrl S rw . 2 ! XIV g' , . . . Pl'l'5init'1lf . Srfrrtllry . . . Chi Omega . . . Clzi Omega Dflla Drlta Della Dvlla Drlla Dflta . . . . Phi Mu . . . . Phi Mu Kappa Sigma Tan Kappa Sigma Tau . . Gamma Della . . Gamma Dflfa . Sigma xflpha . Sigma rllpha . Tau Della . Tau Delta -152 v If . H Bf lkiiiiiiw -E2 1 9 2 7 O LE M I S S I 1 fl fl- .. . L f f A Q.- -as-A I L S L - IAA A - - "'-sx-,V -F - - L-If -:iq MRS. MRS. MRS MRS. Founded at the Clzi Umega Fralerniiy University Of Arkansas in 1895 Colors: Cardinal and Straw Flofwer: VVhite Carnation Tau Chapter Established at the Yniversity of Mississippi in 1899 SORORES IN LTRBE D. H. BISHOP MRS. J. B. BROWN MRS. F. T. HARVEY H. M. FASER MRS. HERMAN GLENN MISS ELMA MEEK AMY JOHNSON MRS. VV. L. KENNON MRS. F. M. PURSER D. G. NEILSON MISS MARX' L. NEILSON MISS MARY V. ROWLAND MRS. F. E. FARQUEAR SOROR ES IN U NIVERSITATE Class of 1927 ROSA TATE ELOISE JOHNSON VIRGINIA Fox ANNA HAGAMAN Class of 1928 LOUISE Cox MAHOY ALFORD ALICE LOCKARD LINDA BRUMEIELD VERA GODBOLD MARTHA BUEFALOE Class of IQ2Q MARGARET PEETS MARY LOUISE DORROH LILLIAN COX FLORENCE GODFREY PLEDGES JESSIE LEA ELLIOT WILSON MAE DAVIS HILAH MACKIE W7ALTERlNE LOCKARD SARAH HAMILTON CHARLSIE ANDERSON MIGNON WALKER ELIZABETH PRIESTLEY EVA DEWEES BOIIIE ALFORD RUTH YVALKER LOUISE EVANS JENNIE TUCRER HEISS MAYLISE DOGAN VIRGINIA XNATKINS MARX' MARGARET ATKINSON 138 f'X J 1 U X pfij L, ' L I , L L IKTJZ-NM - - 's-f'M'f'.-fig"-" , F f 1 92 7 OLE M15 5 ' 5 f:'.3:,3,:f5ffV': J K SE' a Q-1' t....f: ,r t A., J I 1 .-- :mIVQ '7 'rMf A- LK ' 139 ' 5? A ' ,in Us , MT ,ff G , L 1 fA5 "v. 4M 1kc11 FT -HY 0 1 Q. G: aliv e E M 1 92 7 OLE M155 f OF A ' - , as A 9.5, A 3 4 A ,B J ,Af P tri Jhfu Fraternity Founded in Ig52 Color: Rose and VVhite Florwer: Carnation ,Hlpha Delplza Chapter Estabfished in 1926 SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE Class of 19.27 FRANCES MCNAIR POLLY APPLEWHITE CARRYE LEE ASHEORD KATHRX'N HENDERSON Class of IQ28 SARAH CASPER Class of 1929 CAROLYN NEWSOM PLEDGES GLADY'S MOSBY CAMILLE KENNEDY LILY PEARL WHVETEN ELIZABETH MCDOWELL DOROTHY MILDEN DOROTHY REEVES ERNESTINE DESPORTE 140 uv - G Eff" ruff! f' 1,4 N- N gi 'Ai -aqlvlxggin ppm is J 3 1927 ow M155 J -vc.-.r. 'ug--" 2 L t f I A r 3,1 ELI fl-3-1157 '7rY , ,--AA , --.rywwwc --a---7- -.. H+ -- -.-- .- ,J any Q N., L. UP 'C' 141 I . 5 KX HL f U ! 252 ,. L 5,-,, ,, , - ,fff, ,,.1.xglxr:f Xa ji'-2-'a . . II - If R wif 4 ' . I 5 ijlglg--51 fzfzq, --'-15.9.-1-1. ,I ..e'J!Gf'1f':.i-4-1' If W ',-.?1""'-:rf 'iv hw , . , r "'- I A' Nnfxx my f f ' ' f - 5 'G' Lis A -' if lax, 1927 OLE MISS .lllll ov L J ,... Cx 41' Y- 'er AV -T Delia Qelia fella Fraferniiy K Founded at Boston University in 1888 l , , Colors: Silver, Gold and Blue Flourr: Pansy Chi Chapier Established at Ole Miss in 1904, SoRoREs IN LYRBE MRS. C. S. BROWN MRS. VV. H. VVATKINS MISS NANCY F.-XRLEY Miss JACK XVISEMAN Miss ALICE MAY FARLEY MRS. XVILL LEwIs MRS. R. L. SULLIVAN SoRoREs IN LINIVERSITATE Class of IQZ7 NIILDRED GOE COCHR.-KN EIJWINA FORD Class of 1928 lVIARI.-XNNA BRIxsoN LELLEN CUMING LXNNIE LACRIE HILBUN lNlARTH.-X PERKINS EMMA SHEPHERD Class of 1929 HELEN GoE MARY TORREY VIRGINIA VVARD PL EIJGES .ALICE CARTER ELISE COCKE SALLIE CUMING FRANCES Eumxxs Ross LEE HOGIN FAxxIE MAE HousToN VVATTINE MI'I'CIIELL VVINIFRED PowEI.I. MIXR1' XVINDHAM 142 rj ul ff I u I ' A 9 H ,fQQ,,..jl1l1 9 Q-: 52 ,-142 - 1 'fi' 1146 X f 1927 OLE M155 ,I-Jlxlg, "fini, , -. Q E :lA er 1 -4huJ I A ' 143 l I ,J I i ll 5 ,, H 5 fu' , P U 1 41' , , ' 4 f MLQz1.uKQM j V - f I K 4 l I l , m i 'fl.'Iil? , f f .,:-..Zgv .Ln '.,. , X -:nw 1 f 'Q "ml 1 I' 'fe fzltlgf , A I 7:1 ' f ,.,'- ' fl ' 'N f- , ,V ,Ai :L I 1 -S- f ug I 1 X GEE- M 1 92 7 OLE M155 v - Y , Y -, Y xiii YY - - :I-V if A f fx . AA Kappa Qelfa Frafernziy , ,597 3 Founded at Virginia State Normal, Farmville, Virginia, 1897 l -d I lf fi, ' ,Hlpha JBTU Clzapler J Established in 1927 Colors: Olive Green and VVhite Flofwvr: White Rose SORORES IN URBE MRS. J. O. CRIDER SUSIE lN1AE LAWTON MRS. E. H. LOWE MRS. MIXLCOLM GUESS SORORES IN LlNlVERSITATE Clars of 1927 NLXRIANXE TINDALI, R.-ICIIEL ZIELLAR NIAY COLVARD EVELYN COCI-IRAN DOROTIIY MILLER Class of 1928 ALLIF XVARD BILLINOSLEY L0'l"lIE VERNON XVIIITE HELEN FELTS SARA S. THOMPSON MARGARET GLEN Fox Class of 1929 SARA JOHNSON PLEIJOES MARY FRANCES CLARK H E N R I E'r'I'A PA'l"I'0N DOROTIIY LAMB ESTIIER DAVIS CIIARLINE LONGINO Mi'R'I'I.E HARRIS LOUIS CLARK BIRDIE LOWRY MCCORD OCTAVIA SYKES MARY FRANCES FARMER VIRGINIA HERRING ITl1is fralrrnify alzsorbr-I1 ffm Siyma .llplm loral aftrr ilu' rm! of Ihr book had gone to press 144 ,Ii U4 , I lei: -5 L L Ji I , IIMEIIIIIE I ' F "1 ""f' if' L 1927 OLE M155 4-5-. f'i:5Z-f: : f '5 M ! -4- , .i 1 w .x 1 -1 Kxllo -I. V1 Q :X -- g if 'S 'lx u Xfvcxb ,, u ,x J' ' QNX if-X 173.-I " v J xo 1" 5 I1 ' X Q - A ...., I s i I' X 5 'S N M7 ' ' yr Y-1: Y Y , .-he 145 I fx l f' ,f aff ff1xMlUlI 3 E ,. L ui f ' f 1i,lQ'5."x ' " Av ,wy ffny , i4 C ., Xa -'swf he .l,V""T , C 1 92 7 OLE M155 ' - . J llllef? sf - A J .aa .Ill A E v v al fab iir 97 A P A ,Q L Kappa Szgma Tau Fraiernziy Founded at Northwestern University in 1922 v, Y, Colors: Gold and White Flofwer: Yellow Rose xx ,W i ' Gamma Chapter Established at the University of Mississippi in 1927 Class of 1927 EUNICE HURST WILIMETTA MAY ELSXE HYATT Class of 1928 BESSIE PowELL ESTHER Knut PAULINE HARRIS PLEDGES CONNER MAE Sco1'r EVA MAE VVATTS ETHEL SNEED ALTA MASSEY ANNIE Lou BAIRD MYRA PATTON OLEAH MAUFFRAY 146 .11 . rv 1 " f - a A , at E lfalhlllxllllll ! A, ,ala "iEi:aggE EEZib MJ ,M , if 4' "Xu ?- .fr 1 92 7 O L E M I S S , K J A .,. HW.. sv E . , 4 :nik Awrvilr Y YA-Y g I A Yi 1 I 47 rf IT K 9 KW uf,, ff Y ,,5" ' .uW v 1, J GA Y W me - MK Ill I ' .-.J . f ,- ' ,V .:EFi1i'.::ff-'EQ x ,Xj Q' 5 1927 OLE MISS if Q 1, 33 X: Tau Delia Fraiernity Cnlvrtv Rainbow Flon-rr.' Sweet Pea Summits IN L7Nlvl2Rs1T.xTE lfluys of 10:7 12LxzAxnF1ku Bl'RlHi'l'lxE Brissui Mclxxls .-Xu:L's l1x lhuzu Cluxs of IQJS jrssln NIKE HXHIORN I.x'n.x Gmumox SIIIYIERS lm Nriwscm CVIIIXS of 1920 Iixmx Rrm Cokmx C.x1'u1-zulxrs INIcF.uu..xxu NELLIE IIATHORN 51YRTLE MASON Clam of 1 Q30 joxx Coxlixu' I.0L'lSE 'I'RmnLE DIXIE jixcxsox 148 J fx I u :'1' .. 1' Xl 4 L ., ,fpywfi A ,.., If 3001- 5' V , 1927 OLE M155 J K "' :fzlb j it -ng Al' Y- f A ' gi? Q-vi: Colors: Bronze and Blue amma Telfa Fraierniiy SORURES IN L'Rm3 Floagqlr: Tea Robe XJRS. D. I. SULTAN MRS. H. F. XVILKIXS MRS. GARNER Owsx MRS. L. Y. CUBBS MRS. NUNXIE CARTER MRS. JEAN DAYIDSOX NIKE. jL'1.xA LoGAx Mxes Lon Xamsox M155 LILLXE Huusox MRS. NELLIE IHIAYXES Niki. XY. D. Hinunswrs SURURES IX LYXIYERSITATE Clfzfs of 1927 .XXXA SH1E1.Ds SARA jrxxlx Class of 1928 DOROTHX' MCXEIL MARGARET GEL Class of 1929 Bl-:ssuz BOIQRLAXD li.-XTHERIXE GRACE PLEDGES FRANCES PERRY FRASCLS SCHL'm2R'r Axmx BRIDGES Guvsos RAY 1 f'N ,-ff? ,ff 2 ' , .. u f K! If D, Rf LL - Y J-1 5 - Y JILL?-U - GSE- O ' ' 1 ' 1927 OLE M155 - X 6 r D I I A iq- -Sv: " n n,l'1 1 qt' 1 'tml' u aff. e U ff. U U1 ' ' t , Vg, qx ,.,- fk f" Q " H N JT' 1' 'i f p f:-2 , 'a x' 12, O ,O O O-g LOOKING TOWARD THE COOP 150 H ,l H. rv 1 "' X have f ' - - O- O O MKQZMM ! ,JJ f N1 " - - K GSEQET 1927 OLE MISS . -1- AFX L :,.x I T ' if-'T I-"lf f- + ' ' if I 4 , Q W ' ,A w AQ ,jIgQ!,f:?5j.:f? ,, . :QF-?l5?fv'i" ,gf 'yn 4 -. , .-.I,v5,.'LI,v S, , Iv 'Huy 1' "Q f WMM "II l 1' E' , , ', 1 ' fi I".:'- Tx. I 1' 5 lk 'l l J X x 'N D V.-.'-A... aff. ' ' 'N 'Al' 'Sega A -fs 6 'af Ni K 3, .1 Phi Chi Fraternity Founded at Louisville Medical College in 1894 Colors: VVhite and Olive Green Flower: Lily-of-the-Valley cffhela Ti Chapier Established in 1 926 FRATRE IN URBE E. S. BRAMLETT, M.D. FRATRE IN FACULTATE P. L. MULL F RATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Class of 1927 T. B. BUTLER BRISTER WARE G. H. WOOD F. C. RUSSELL PAUL JACKSON G. H. BUTLER J. VV. WINTER J. D. TURNER J. D. ROBERTS Class of IQ28 B. COLE LELAND HOLLAND EUGENE BUSBY ARCI-IIE HEWES GERALD SHELBY ROBERT DONALD PLEDGES G. N. RAINES DICK McCooL J. W. MAY A. P. HAMILTON V. C. TEMPLE WILEY LEWIS H. G. SIMPSON A. H. APPLEWHITE LEVI MCCARTY 152 , U.. , C L 7, , , I K .I,fQZ1gll,llQ 4 L 1927 OLE M155 - 'QS-"5 5' A ,Q " 1 -J K I x'l,.x 3 , 'Jx-. e .Q ,' . 0' .lax J lx y 3 i s .v NL A' 'ifgnifni Jw! ,ir Y gghs' 4 5 n lf 153 I I ,l rg ui ff 1 U X ' rw y 'IF Il?" ' ' 4 Y Y i , A-,MM Q Y F 4 I I I ! s I I A i I t r ? E A - 1 3. -Ewa i , Ei f -El?'i.7..fI.i1l , 1 92 7 OLE M155 lgff i ll f' W J t-2 G Cfflieia Kappa Psi Fraternity Founded at the Medical College of Virginia, Richmond, Virginia , November 30, 1879 xx I , A I Colorx: Green and Gold Flofwer: American Beauty Rose Nr i Ri I Beta Gamma Cliapler Established at the Fniversity of Mississippi, April, 1926 FRATRE IN FACULTATE DR. J. O. CRIDER FRATRES IN LlNIVERSI'I'ATE Class of 1927 GEORGE E. RILEY F. J. NIARTIN J. P. WARD G. G. MCCOLLUM J. A. MCCALLUM W. E. ANDERSON H. B. GOODMAN E. M. ANDERSON W. L. SLAUCHTER Class of 1928 W. M. ADAMS N. C. KNIGHT D. M. SEGREST C. E. WARD C. F. VARNER H. S. BOURLAND S. B. CARUTI-IERs E. V. Joss R. H. CHRISTIAN HUBERT FLURRY C. H. EVERETTE PLEDGE YVESLEY HALL 154- W rf 1 M 7 ,iw Ill' WW ' T - A "1cfi"4 ,,.. .. I ff' . x-'. V 192 7 OLE M155 3 Lt it if t an A A 'W 7 gpg Y Y ' was VM' K 'V' - j !55 IW. . f ui ff 1 "' 1 I TTI. Y Z! J 1 M5M1.,uN3M 7, F M is . "f!.W'5"? 1927 OLE MISS Q ' ' .,0 I 5 ,rla3y:'vs,0 . , HQEHNJ , Aa :l'H?. :"1i.'l"'-5 ' ' f f, -7'-I'a'.'.?5'0fQI ,'..,z', P,"3',v.f I '2!,wIn?:.7.i',..,-:E "xx 3 .1 'Z ' ,:E.f5gZf:1hi0-' k, 2311: I.-.uw Lp: f- 1 . 51 AN' CwW". T 1 , -A -- , 1 I ff:-A E ff 4Q2- ,. FE-.L I.. l .-.H L., Chi 'Delta Club OFFICERS J. VV. Colvms, JR. . ..... Prmzdlnt E. A. FURR .... . . . Izfc Prrszdnzl H. K. JACKSON . . . . . Sfrrrlary H. D. LITTLE . . . Tffdjufff RIFMBERS S. H. BUTLER DON E. fIOR'l'ON A. VV. I'IIZMPHll.L H. K. jAcKsoN M. M. MCFAEVEIQ D. B. PERIVIENTIQR CAREY L. PmI.I.1r-s D. A. BRANSCOME, JR. Dk. flE0. L. B 156 J. W. COMES, JK. Rox' WV. FORD E. A. FURR C. E. JONES H. D. L1'r'1'r.E Mfxx M. MILLSTEAD SPENCER PETTIS LEE M. YVUITAKER URROUCHS ' ll.. " , - - . --. .. E WEZIQWW . A, 1927 OLE M155 fa.. '14-YJ? P19 DCI 1100 Qc-- 5 .ii I v J . x I rw af :Ffa 5.3 515 -J, L3'1n',Ql'.','lfjiX C 4 xg h,- V nv, 11 -5. -aww W. :'-5 ' "'1?-' A Mxxw-K fl.,-,x..-way. 4.3 aw X - XE ,nf war' it . 'Q MXPISEW' 1..'75.l:.:...:, ,pg j Y .. ' . -1 3 B ,mf '.:l5 X x ,... - 542' Rl .- - , - zlz A tri Kappa Psi Fraternity Founded at the Vniversity of Vil'gJ,'iI1l1l lll 1379 Colors: Scarlet and Cadet Gray Floacrr: Reml Carnation .Beta 'Rho Chapter Established :lt the I'niversity of Miarissippi in 1926 FR.-XTRE IN F.xcL'1.T,xTE DR. H. M. FASER FRATR ES IN L' N1vLRs1T,xTE Clays of 1937 S. K. ARMSTRONG, JR. L..xm.xk C. JENNINGS JOE B. R. F. KEARNEY XVILLIAM O. KE.AN H. Y. GAxT VV1LL1AM Hunmxn GUX"l'ON L. N. INIAXVVELL Class of 1928 A. P. DYRE JOE STILL JOE O. RUSH PLEDGES G. M. Loxc PAUL STEVENSON A. O. SUMRALL K 1 R. H. HAMILL VV. D. MAXSELL R. L. VVILLIAMS 157 I I I 1 NWI R. L. Ross .ng 5 fN . 1 ui f-r 1 " ,X v lf,-elif, lx . , l'I. L. CRECINK XV. C. VINIDWELL RED f1L'BBEL J. L. HICKS xi G ef-13 1 ' 1 92 7 O LE M I S 5 - If 4 . - "- X 5Fr,":?g:fn,4 . " . 1sF!fa'di:2-'ff I -26:3-2Y"":'15' -If I I , 4,50 g- 1 K fl, ,I -L, ,xx f "'- K' I J kr X I., Colors: Purple and Go Sigma Delia Fraternity ld FRATRES IN LTNIVERSITATE Class of 1927 C. R. COERS, JR. V. L. RILEY J. R. NUNNERY C. E. MILLER, JR. A. E. BRINSON L. F. MILLER, JR. O. SEAMEN O. E. CATHY Class of 1928 L. R. QUINN T. J. LILLY, JR. N. VVEATIIERSBY T. S. SWALM J. V. NICHOLS D. C. FELTON, JR. VV. G. XYATES VV. P. MLILLINS A. S. HENLEY Class of 1929 D. YV. BRINSON, JR. V. J. GREENE EARL H. LINDSAY C. B. XVALKER S. T. LILLY S. S. FAIRMAN C. B. STEVENS 158 I 'Z ' I 'I ,f - I A ,.ff.B,.,gItIIg J!A- J VV. L. RAISE, JR. If ' - 11 Y Flofwer: Red Rose 1927 OLE MISS Q.: 5 tr 451' 'f , 59 I ix Li nn: 4 Z' 5'?5.T.:.!: 53- I f ,C l gl - -vu' 159 n , ,. I I ,Z u H ' f D U j K Y , MIR' ,JZ -f -I-gal ,gl - ,lygmnmxl Y ij 1' fMflKH FEE - 1927 OLE M155 il ' , , 1... - AQ .5Qf?f2'1Efff?1ff., L W wwf, -.',-3'.f.1',:,.f, 1 W ffm, - fo. , ,WN xx . N X 'E' ix' '01 ' X 'K , 1 4, qx f ff 1 'l W , ff. W u X 'N -M W ? R X 9. " " i Delia Phi qfpsilon Fraiernify Founded at the University of Mississippi, April 26, 1926. Colors: Black and Gold Fl0fwl'f.' Red Rose F. G. ERSKINIQ J. 'l'. JARMAN R. li. W11.sON. C. M. SMITH K Jqlpfia Qroma Chapter FRATRES IN FACULTATE CHANCICLLOR A. IIUME DR. J. II. DORROH DR. W. L. KENNON DR. D. F. MCLEOD FRA1'1ucs IN UNIVERSITATIZ Clzlsx of 1927 C. VV. SHIQRMAN G. Ii. 'TOMLINSON C. IE. -IOM-Ls G. W. fiAINliS jk. Cl. B. Dixvxs R. M. BROVVN R. ll. fi0DVVIN VV. L. FLYNT Class of 1938 J. R. 'FIIATCIIER R. II. NA'l'1ONs Class of 1929 L. O. L. EDWARDS L. SHERMAN 160 L IW. ' nu U' " mi , - f ifmli ly! , ,N .AQy.i.iiSLm In -rg? -..C LJ Hag M M . .. I. SJ 1 92 7 O LE M I .S S Ik I .E.E. I , f - ,D -t -1 D i 5 ATHWX- . Q a 0 P1 Kappa P1 Fraiernzty - 2' " H - HONORARY SCHOLASTIC FRATERNITY l .-'. I OFFICERS ROBERT V. BROWN . . .... ..... I 'rfsirlmt JAMES J. LENOIR ..... . . . Vice-President EVELYN COCHRAN . . . . . . Secretary GEORGE B. DAVIS . . Treasurer LOUISE ARRlNG'l'0N . . Rrportrr HONORARY NIEMBERS CHANCELLOR ALFRED HUME DR. CALVIN S. BROWN DR. VVILLIAM L. KENNON DR. CHARLES E. SYDNOR RIEMBERS LOUISE ARRlNG1'ON CALVIN 5. BROVVN, JR. ROBERT V. BROWN CECIL E. BRYSON T. B. BUTLER EVELYN COCHRAN GEORGE B. DAVIS TI-IOMAS J. DAVIS SUSIE M. LAWTON JAMES J. LENOIR RUSSELL H. MILLER CARLTON E. JONES JAMES D. HARDY 162 . rv 1 U 7 I fl? E? - - I , I J,5Q,L.JIlIIR 4A- fii-'14-"K??f'? 1927 OLE M155 CL. A. , H J P" iw' ful? 13 1, T? x :iq -xv P' , A :mix el- v-I: 163 Ar 5 IN ju We , irq ,ff 4 , J, ,, LpQ!,.uxL1m it 1 5 1 f 1 1 1 Q :HQ , 1 .4 J 1 Ti 'fs , jtiiligfl PO 2-'2igTe+ 55 ,Wm ,Hlpfza Pin fpsllon Fraternziy own V , of Honorary Literary Fraternity 'El L' K V R l I ff W qfpszlon Chapter Tag , Li -n Established in 1918 OFFICERS JAMES J. LENOIR ...... ...... . National Counfillor MYRES S. MCDOUCAL . . ......... President AL1'0N P. PERKINS . . ..... Via'-Presiderzt HODGE THOMPSON . - . Sfrretary-Trfasurer MEMBERS FRANCIS HORNE R. T. MOBLEY ALLEN THOMPSON ALTON PERKINS J. J. LENOIR CARL EVERETT SAM J. ENIS MYRES S. MCDOUCAL JOHN H. HOLLOMAN J. C. SATTERFIELD JUDGE XT'1LL1AM HEM1NcwAr TOM T. Ross A. C. KIDD R. MALCOLM GUESS BEVERLY ADAMS EARL THOMAS HODGE THOMPSON S. L. FORTENBERRY J. D. THAMES, JR. RUSSELL MILLER 164 .5 f'X K ,U rv f lfm gl K 3 J-' R Q JMZALXRXQKM S wzqa G ', X iff 451151 M J 1927 OLE M155 4 JRJL - S ,HJ -JY- Al ,333 I 51 -Q iii-f-3 'i 1 9 2 7 0 L E M 1 5 5 2 EQ ii :-vi X N .-u.. ,- . x L FQ , I ,-f CL. J., , - vr - I-,W 451 1' I I I I I I I I I Q I I I I I I I I I I G -T4 165 , ' rx l I l ff XIIIIIIIII rf , -1 f .T ,, ll' I l'- I 1 - f nv ff' Y- i 7 .. - Y,Q,'1 G' 1' 4, n V 92 7 OLE M155 f ' ' 1 Y -Y-X' L "ff f '-c- .-'- ' 3 1? ' 4: P i Y-V ,-, Y ...- . Lf . Szgma Upszlon Fraiernziy Founded at Sewanee in 1906 Scribblers Chapter Established in 1909 OFF1CERs Mnuzs S. MCDOL'CAL . . . ...... ........ P rf-.vidvnt JOHN H. HoLLoMAx . ...... . Svrrrtary-Tn'a.rurcr RILMBERS Aucusnx MACRIQDER RL'ssLL NULLER Coxwfn' Swans SAM J. EMS joux II. HoLLoM,xx Ilumawr CREEKMORE M. S. McDoL'GAL XVILLIAM HAMILTON J. C. S.u'rERr1E1.0 FACULTY BIEMBERS DR. A. L. BONDURANT DR. C. S. BROWN DR. VV. L. KExNoN DR. D. H. BISHOP 166 f A H 1 9,335 .f - - .- - -,f2.aLfLIm L.-- S J 1927 OLE M155 11 55? wuglft EP A - I . If ' 1-:F5s..:.::Jf y,'.'.vf:1i'lQ X f 'T .4 -ri -ii v XE, 5.35.15-'A QQ-.ff E3 fCSIS:GY5 1.1112-1,-.agp 3: --Ie:-11" W17'.'n':!'-f-.1-A j f b E 1- -- lg . 1 35, 5 I-r'WAf ,rsh 1 V v 1 A ' - f Q-,L L, ' ' I :mix Y -1,1 ,Ll Y Y JV A Chi Delia Phi Fraternity Chi Chapter OFFICERS EVELYN COCHRAN . . ..... ..... P rmidfnt RACHEL ZELLER .... . l"icc-Prvsidvnt MARY BELLE LENZ . . . . Svrrclary HELEN FELTS . . Trfasurfr EDWINA FoRn . . . . Rrporrer DOROTHY MCNEIL .......... Conduclrcss MRS. EDNA LOWE EATMANN BESSIE BOURLAND MARGARET LEETWICH HELEN GoE HONORARY M EMBERS MRS. D. H. BISHOP Mxss ELLA SOMERVILLE MER'IBERS SUSIE MAE LAWTON LOUISE ARRINGTON ' VIRGINIA MARY TORREY 167 2 fN I I Q -4 WARD L ff 1 " ,, X, X. X - - , , Y LV EIMZMNM MRS. A. L. BONDURANT CATHERINE MACFARLANE MILDRED GoE COCHRAN V 9' -A-, '::efllmMm1Ilib:a:r1..b. IIIA Ill: 4- M Q A K 2 I 01 o Q o o I gqowoaqqy aguioa, souergg ff, ,'.fuTeepL.Ja. 0 365169060601 Q 4 23 X ,FRANK TLFFTDJLCH v 09,Ce'aLLen1,Ja 0 0 EHS 4-lfeqecwmnlr 4 4 cp 6 Haaoecvwooo 0 0 gag-2, I jraeo BRHDSSHLQ 0 KH jiefwcpeas 0 4 ERE. S S'mScYALGu+ Q 4 619 ,tvhewofiw 0 ATA 'wwL.aQfrfLm5,J6i ' KA Aw w'0U6uce,J6L 4 6 6 'eaezvemevic-rvwp ' 'ZX JFLJSKQ o 9 0 GFA 0 Joeaorf' L.mw96f'9 0 Q09 f 7 ff' 15 L Ve jf? X' li' Y ff ! , 'f We 2 f X 'f1'J11!f "-Wg .I-Wulf' ..... 1 4,47-ffm'-w1WJ....Q.... I 3- f fu X I' , 'f , 1 4 fW f.: . 168 , 7 A ' ,U UQ , ITQVQ ,,f K , v iv JMMMJM it - V' Q.. hg?. .,4 A 4qN15fi.'F4f-1 1000 'EOL gg: gl fi? 5. ' , "' ,X . L5if5?"i5f?5'f-L 1 I 9 2 7 O LE M I 5 S xv. ..u,-,Un-r f -" f ' 5 'I WAI' J ff ' N - Y' A f Q, ' ' fr f - ' -, -I7 A - ln' 4iC"' 3 -' 11? 5? A v J 44 ,915 -1 , ff k - .5 5l:.Ql"3'LfVl Lf' E, 1 1927 OLE M155 -,J :paras A. :L uw:- 1"7"3"!: '1f6""' J 2 Y 7 :g l mx? A A wr -1 'Abs' -'f ' A- M4 - A .. " 1 Gd: i i v i L f-fwxf AA' J 1 Df?"I0i?'Clf'Ofl"XDO Cx3Ck5HxO1ZDDXC'fQ i l x , E - ' F 1' ' 7 J Q? ' Q ' if R X, 'fb YE X1 Exif MERRY MEN COMPOSED OF SIX YfJ1R MEN Frank Lefhw-nh Tame, Tn H Wood S 5 M Nom Rulph L,cmdf..-v- Jun-ea Ben J' WHVvafk-no n Mafia: ':5f"lK Q gww fw ' 'Q x X 'i V . 7 9 i X jr' 4 fxliioslfbffa- 169 ' In Us , Ln ,fy 5 :Y 64 if iii,- Ax' 'fig R N 5 5,54 -q x wh' ". "L , 1 nf, v'77 "1 , A. f fp' 3 'LV5 Qu . R uf ff R, .R L A N f ,.,- A rg-, If-.. , Rafi , . X ' X 1927 OLE MISS '17- Q, -..L .-. all Associated Student Body OFFICERS x1YERS S. NICDOUGAL . . XVEBSTER BURKE . . IZMMA SHEPHERD . MACK SMYTHE . J. J. LEXIOR . FRAXK LE!-"l'X'VlCH J. P. XVARD . . J. T. JARMAX . C. NIILIJ-ZR , J. XV. COMES . Axxix SUIELDS ExEcL'T1vE Couxcu, 170 f'1 -Z . . Presidfnt . I'ire-Prrsideut . S ecrffar y . Treasurrr . Liberal .flrls . . . Lafw . . Mfdirinr . Enginrrring . Commrrff . Pharmacy . Co-ed: H. rf , - f R fi- ,-1 ' Wvll' WH! - - , , ,, ,E - LJLQU sg M... - FS? J' t Z' ' ' xxff,'1E?g:5.,+ A .qi 1s:::.':.'-1 . Eu'.:s-!n'-0'-f - ffm.-.,-1 -3" " 'Ws?'3.C4'?5 ' iiiignsififl-5i'5" 1 ',-51' I-'-:rf f r- "" ww' Z .. M . Q - x . Nr. ii, --A, a.L.:'E. A x Y K Y, Y Y N, f Y 1927 OLE MISS Q., -- :ri ' The SBMWQ Book Published annually by the Young hIen's :uid Young NVomen's Christian Associations for the purpose of familiarizing new stu- dents with Ole hliss. 1926-27 Staff EDITORS R,-uu, Timm.-is C. II. EVERHT XV. li. IIAMILION, jk. EVHLYN COCHRAN Iiivsiivisss M,xNixG15Rs Gi-:omni 'I'oivn.iNsoN T. ll. li,xRRH'l"l' 172 . i f'X ' ,ui U4 , Vfpj .fo K - rf --Y ifflhfdiiiiil , ,,,, -lf v i -f 3? '63, Q-Z- F3-D -qt OL 1. 1 A r guy' Y ' , ,,, , l, L, LA L 'Fi-ae-Aiwiiiii iii. ii L E w 1 wg N I 'Y in A l A N . twli I -"g ' Va'-'-ip?-GAR-L Lf fd iligfz 7- J . STEADMAN XVILSOX The 1927 "Ole Miss" Ollicial Yearbook of the L'niversity J. H. STEADMAN' .... .............. . . . . Edilor-in-Clm-j R. B. VVILSON, JR ...... . . Businrss Jlanaycr DOROTHY MILLER . . . . . .lssistant Editor HIJBERT CRFEKMORE . . . . . Svniors I. L. EDVVINA FORD . . VV. J. VOLLOR, JR. . DIJDLEY VV. CONNER . YV. B. HAMILTON, JR. . SYDNEY LAwsoN . . J. VV. HARMON . . F. G. ERSRINE . . R. M. BROWN . . . ALICE LOCKARO . R. VV. HINTON, III . FERGUS LLOYD . . . NORMAN XVEATHERSBY MORGAN ..... JACK LILLY . SAM JONES. . . CAREY STOVALL . . . Co-Eds . ,lfliwitifx . qltlzlvtifs . Fralurvs . . . Jr! . . . .Jrt Photography Jxst. Bu,vim's.v Jlgr. Subsfriptions Jssociate Bus. Mgr. . Svfrvfary .J I1-vvr1i.fing . -. . Cirfulatiorz . . .-lrt .lssistanl . . .lssistant Scrrffary I 3 fl ,U ui V! 4. J, I O ,f:,E.,.'-tu I L, . . . . . ..Frc5lnm'r1 fn 4- Q K N' 4 ,, , 1a .0 A 4 -Jw 1 9 2 7 O LE M I 5 .5 fy uc. 1 X D , '- 'tl-'L' :r-if - -Y fi, , Q. 4 l L Gif ,Q '-Q QW: i927 QPU Mizz STAFF Sr .. 1, 'WI' 3729 174 U I I rf -. rv 1 U X 'T' K, , Ak- - MQZQQWKM - S K lll- K.--..,,- 1927 OLE MISS afbihif Gil!!! 7 Tl' f ' ,gf- I I ,ZA 'Pl Ole Miss Board of Control Elected by the Senior Classes to govern management of oflicial yearbook. JUDGE W. G. Rossnns . .-... ....... . . . . Fl1I1llfj',1It'llII1l'7 DR. J. H. DORROH . . . . . Fafuliy Alvrnbfr G. H. VVOOD .... . . . Chairman A. E. BRINSON . . ......... Svrrrfary EDVVINA FORD Enmoxsox JONES D. XV. CONNER 175 si O- l I -4 H. r-f 1 "' 1 ,I , HUD' w V, - - Y - N, -ILQQXIVLKQ 7 5" t.'.'1-.I-1.21" 33f13f Hmm f?3.1fsffw y E7 ' '19 .. -X -mf gil: ,. , l'l 'I-f.- elii- VB! J f EEE 3- .Sl K yi 4 Q- - 1, 12 1 4 I - 'i'4ff'f' f5 1 9 2 7 O L E M I 5 5 'H- I 2 4 1- S . D ' Y 5 -' - Y L, - t- - ff 3 qi. ' it Y 1 ' ' Y- W-'--M Li"!",."-'Y't-1 I , l l I VI I l I . . .gf :T xnssiilfliig-In. mum I -I- - -- -- - II-n.-mi.. mnvim I. . - .. ,II.i,.,4, MII. .I .... nun aim I. IH. . - L . . l I I V' JV l I l llg ll! i. .. .f L. . M Q- Q, J LIPSCOIXIIE SINIYTHE The Mississippian A weekly journal of College life. every Friday during the Oilicial college paper of the l'IIiveI'Sity of lVliSSiSSippi published univeraity year, under the control of the Associated Student Body. E. L. LIPSCOMB . THF STAFF MACK SMYTHI5 .... . E. T. T. D. CLARKE M. K. Hokxu D. M. Cox C THOMAS .... HERBER'l' NUNNLRY . VV. A. LoIvIAx . M. D. JONFS . . . J. C. SAT'I'ERFILLn . W. B. HAMILTON, JR. .... . Sports T. J. IEITHIEREE . ..... . H. C. BA'I"I'IzN S. L Dt'flIlI'flIl!'llf3' W. D. DAVIS ......... LIILLFN CUMMIXS ...... Rvjrorlrrs' FERIGUS LI.oi'n VV. A. liRi',xx'I' J. P. DALE BUSINESS STAFF ToIvI RAMSFI' . . W. II. B.xILIn' N. M. l'iRENCll . . lsluN'I'HII Cox . . I76 QA ,www ,-1 'R U X I , ,1 5 f V IIMQZI Mmm A . . . . Editor-in-Clfivf Businfss Manager Nmus Edilor . . .lssofiair llzuirzrss Jvlyr. Illanaging Edilor .Alssofiatf Ediior .lssoriafzf Ediior .flnffrlalr Edilor Spam Ediwr FoRT'IaxBERIzY . Loral.: . Sorirly IE. J. Boom R. E. L. EATON AI.IILIz'I' ALIIXANIIER . . . . . ..'l.vs1. Iiusimfu Managrr l,'irfulalion Cirfulalion . . SMH Sfl'l10yfllplll'f L I S-A 'W ' ,FJ ' A 14 1 92 7 OLE MI 55 j L "X' " ' , v BIISSISSIPPIAN STAFF 177 I -4 i ' E ,W ' fi 1 -WT -f y L L Lf mmlm f. ?: A bi. S- :S .SV X G - ' "Z,-1 I AE ,,Xu2Qf:1-g1'4?5'f , iskigj fl -BQ! .:6"1'-:aE".if 'rf-14 u".' C's:-is -.u,t:',,d IX, ..'- .I7-Y:-' u- 1' 1- 2-W' I '.-.!1- I-'-rw' . - . f r' ff- nn, Xnfjs ' - -- , if--X ix M3 1 Il 'kv + - ll 'I l ll l I 1-11,5 ,C W XVASSON HUlXIE DEAN VVAss0N . . . BRANIIAM HUME . MITCHELL COX The SCI'6aI'I1 The only college comic published Issued Monthly' THE STAFF in Mississippi. ........Edi!or . . Business Manager Literary JEFF K. HAMM . . ..... . Faculty Adfvisor J. C. SAITEREIELD . . . . . Exrhange Gus MAGRUIIER . ....... . .flssislant Editor CHARLES PENN HUBERT CREEKMORE flrt HOMER VVHITTINGTON BILL HARMON DON GORTON JACK LILLY Soi. KAUFMIKN . VV. C. VVELLS, jk. . C. V. CORNICK . Joi-IN VV. DAVIS ALICE BURT B USIN Ess STAFF Cirrulatimz Staff SIIELEI' NVALKER VV. L. RAINE 178 H I .-4 . .flssisiani Business Manager . . . . Cirrulation Managrr Assismnt Cirrulation Managrr HERVEX' LLOYD 1 ' 1 I - L L. , U... L,,fag2,AIlIIq I 1 927 OLE M155 J 1927 OLE M155 K-Z A ' Tglx 'N 5 ' V , , Q --1-1-fq 1 I 1 I 1 SCREAINI STAFF 179 I ug!! ' - - , X -,.fQQmxim n 1? 'OX 1907 OLE MISS - - .n f AE .fTu2Q'fifg?3?I'7 i .fi5i:5Sf.?i'1Nf. , riff., , -,o,.1l'-wpljnq , iw! fm", C5gJj,'5.5:.,A,PJiF -f V 1--1. : 'Q 1 'ffifwf-.-5'.: H , xl 5" I ' " J f i l-Q AFI-R -Y - . - K -3 .--E - f xl f - -' f f Y f J-Q - . 3 . , 1 Board in Control JUDGE VVM. HEMMINGWAY A. M. FASER . . P. E. THATCHER ....... S. B. C. XR G T K. ARMS1'RONG, JR. . . . . Pharmary L. SHAMBURGER . . . . Commvrre V. HATHORN . . Librral .Alrls '. E. ANDERSON . . . Mvdirinc VV. Grimes . . Enginrfring T. Ross . . ...... Lafw of Publications Chairman . . I-'afully Faculty The llilississippian and the Scream are the ofhcial publications of the Associated Student Body. Control of these publications is exercised through this board, which is elected from thc seven schools. we i W Ll 180 . 4 f'X I l .-4 - rf' f " 7 qi -, ,.. -Q i.ffQMlllll .. - . F ri .G Siva f 2 , A ..Xezggg45fr:?gf, , - ,Ef.'gv,,2f'-gv.g,. iz... . A 5 'ii-:2'.affZ'f,'?':. bg. 'J--ff il .'2""f53J74'f-i'i5' f 5 Q MII ,ii fri., -XJWIII ,V tif' J . . I A - A , - J -LL., .I In N 1927 OLE MISS :'l"i- Tv fr-nv' fF i L........,LL,,. ,LLL L, . Young Menqs Christian Association R. MALCOLM GL'ESS, Gvnvral Svcrffary OFFICERS , R. T. MOBLEX' ..... ...... . U. . . Prrsidnzt ALLEN THOMPSON .... .... . . . Vzrr-President E. L. LIPSCOMB . . . .... Sefrrlary D. VV. CONNER ........... Trrasurer G. T. RODGERS . . M. M. MCFATTER . C. H. EVERETT . . GEORGE TOMLINSON EARL THOMAS . . GERALD SHELBY . M. W. SCOTT . J. D. MCCHAREN . HORTON DUEARD . C. S. Cox ..... J. C. SATTERFXELD . ARY PHILLIPS . . . RAY R. RAMEY, Chairman COMMITTEE CH.-XIRMEN Df1'0fi0lllll gwff'l'fillg5 Bilzlz' Sludy . Il"orld Ffllofusship . . . flfffrnlzfrsllip . . Bapfist Church . . Epi5copalChurrh . Illollzodist Church Prfsbyffrian Church Other Drnominations Intvr-Rafial II"ork Hi-Y II'ork Boys Iffofk B. P. MAULDIN . R. D. LAMBERT . H. L. ROGERS . . J. M. STEVENS . L. V. CRAIG . . SALE LILLY . LACEY BILES . I. L. MORGAN . . . GRAm'THOMAs . . HOMER VVHITTINCTON J. NV. ELMORE . . XV. B. HAMILTON . H. U. SANDERS . . . . Surfvry II'ork BOARD OF DIRECTORS R. T. MORLEY Religious Liferafurr . Flying Squadron . . . Confcrcnres Hospital-Srlzolarsliip . Frfsllman Iffork . . Drpulafions . . . . Sofia! . . Club Room . . . . . Music Visiting Trams lssofialion Puhlirity . . . . Svlf Hflp DR. A. L. BONDURANT JUDGE VVM. HEMINGWAY DR. P. VV. ROW'LAND DR. O. A. SHAW M. S. MCDOUCAL JUDGE T. C. KIMBROUCH DR. W. B. BOND DUDLEY CONNER XV. M. REED DR. J. C. CULLEY J. K. HAMM FRANK LEEIWICII DR. J. H. DORROII DR. H. M. FASER PROF. L. E. THATCHER 182 is .-4 u. rf 1 U ff I W ,, , - - .- -- - fff.MIIIIE L E. L. LIPSCOMB ALLEN THOMPSON CHANCELLOR A. HUME REV. B. J. MOORE DR. B. S. GUH'TON MACK SMYTHE V 1927 OLE M155 3 L, , ,A M W, , ,f , COBIBIITTE CHAIRBIEN OF THE Y. RI. C. A. 183 . ,X I ,J ,- 3 ? ,.f-R L ff ll 7 C- -- i, at fffg llmgkl i Y: u 4 1 1 Q :Gyn I 1125, 5' I 11,00 1 v P16 ff - ' 'n , 1 f 1' j'. 1 14' x, "R Qu ,Q , K W 'r uxl' ,uv 1 1 , f ,..,- ,gl f f 4 L uk R S 1 1927 OLE MISS F P 4 --Y :ri - ' , .Aj..,,1 P l L, - , --, , .,,,,,1,-k.-. .- --M, g.............i.wi-SJ , . . . . Young Women s Chrlstlan ASSOC1atl0H OFFLCERS EDWINA FORD .... ..... ..... P r rsidenl Bsssus MCINNIS ..... . . . Vice-President EVELYN COCHKAN . . . . . . Svffclary 'IKIIERESA ScO'l'1' . ....... . Trvasurer I'IE1,EN FEMS Umlrrgraduatr R1'prr.w'nlaIi-W COMMITTE CHMRMEN DORO'rm' M1LLrsR Bnssua BOURLANO SARA JOHNSTON MARIANNA BRINSON ANNA IIAGAMAN EMMA RU1 ll CURILXN 184, ALLIE VVARD BILLINGSLEY DORo'rm' MCNEIL PAUIJNE HARRIS ALICE LOCKARD IZLIZABETII POLK EUGENIA CAMPBELL f'X . ' fY 1 " 1 mr J K O ,mmuyxmm O Lf' :-1f- wr -1 - i-ng' ' A 'ara 4'ii'41'3FS7:'3 PQ 1927 OLE M155 f E If p1'li1OI'I'1atl'lC8.I'1 OFFICERS MARX' EEFIE CAMERON . . . . . . . . LYDA GORDON SHIvERs ..... Literary Society i I . . . . . Pfffidfflf . . . . Ivill'-Pl'1'5ilfz'llf BEssIE NHICEIXXIS ...... .... S fmvary CATHERINE K1CFARLAXE . ..... Trfasun-r ELIZABETH BIIRDETTE ...... Criiir LL'Cx' Ni.-XE MCMILLAN . . Parliamrnlar-ian IDA NEYVSOME . . . .... Cwnsnr EVA :WAY XVEEKS . . . . Rfporlrr NIYRTLE MASON ..... Door'-Kffjwr' RIEMRERS RUTH DENSON LUCY NIAY XlCxIILLAX CATHERINE xICFARLAXE BESSIE NICQEIXXIS JOSEPHINE MOORE IDA NEWSONIE ELIZABETH BURDETTE MOSELLE BROWN JOAN E. CONERLY REBECCA COOK MARX' EFFIE CAMERON KATHERINE .ALEXANDER HONORARY RIENIBERS MRS. EDNA LOWE EATMAN MRS. XV. 185 L 2 KX - 3 f' ,I ui X UT Bl' G T- I V 5 5 -J Iiff tnwglxu 1, LYDA GORDON SHIVERS JOSEPHINE STANTON HELEN YVALL.-XCE QELADYS XVILLIAMS EVA MAY XVEEKS NIYRTLE 51.-AEON S. KEXXOX eg 1 1 9 2 7 U L E M I 5 .S ff -f 'il I ,Z - '-.aa Q -G.. -- i 1 mx f - - If - '45 Hermaean Literary Society OFFICERS First Sfmfslrr Second Snnester HOOGE THOMPSON S. L. FORTENBERRY Prrsidrnt President SPEAKERS EARL THOMAS ..... . ..... ...... fl nnifversarian H. M. COEN ..... . . . . First Speaker LEONARD NELSON . . Sefond Speaker ' 186 Ae 4 fx, -5 - 1 "' 7 V , , ,Q V -. - CL.- 1927 OLE MISS 43114-7 A 'P was S S! A ' --1-f Q y 3 14 12? "iff, , . Q3 Q Y ,fit QQ FCP- .L-'.. - , .l-.ll:,..b.i. b -:Q -, i , Y 1 , f 'J - f- . M Lg:-f J: f YT- f ' I' :- Fin! Sfmrxirr S. L. FORTENBERRY J. G. ROACH . . GEORGE TOMLINSON LEONARD NELSON T. H. BARRETT . LACEY BILES . A. C. KIDD . . E. H. LINDSEY . H. COEN . . ' . fr,-I - Hermaean Literary MILTON ROACH M. K. HORNE C. A. ABRIGHT O. VV. LINDSEY J. E. VVELLS A. M. XVARWICK E. R. ANDREV!'S S. L. FORTENBERRY H. L. LLOYD J. G. ROACH T. H. BARRETT HOPPER COEN ROBERT EATON OFFICERS I'iff-Prmidrnt . . Secrrtary . . Treasurrr . . . Cfnsor . . Parliamenlarian . . Chaplain . . Doorlaerpfr . . Rrporier . . . Critic . . MEMBERS Ociety J. S. BRUMTIELD VV. D. BRAND EARL H. LINDSEY LEONARD NELSON D. S. HALL A. C. KIDD D. H. THORNHILL J. H. THOMPSON O. B. TOVS'NSEND A. K. LOOPER E. T. THOMAS FRESH GILLIS GEORGE TOMLINSON MARCELLE DAvIDO 187 .? In I .1 N- f" , - f rin? ' ' , , Yr ,V -,IKCZMWH -- ,- ,, Sfrond Smnestrr . TOMMY BARRETT . . . E. H. LINDSEY GEORGE TOMLINSON . . A. K. LOOPER . . A. H. BURNETTE . . FRANCIS HORNE . E. R. ANDREWS . M. K. HORNE . . A. M. WARWICK R 'Tis , 1 92 7 0 LE M155 swf -5 'A" ' 4 ' 'G-if 'X Q X. , , 7 We v -:i-1 1 A vm A , S., ,J , First Semester H. L. RODGERS . . Phi Sigma Literary Society OFFICERS . President . . . CARL H. EvEkl21'r A nnifversarian S. J. Ems First Speaker FRANK WELCH Second Speaker 188 U ,Z . W W fd 1 " X f Y ,I - - S A, S , rfihmlu A, Second Semester C. H. EVEN' 4?"ii'3'-471 'a we-'wg PM 5. .4 , 5 X 1 92 7 0 LE M155 J Lf l J t l P X ' iaith- 'vp-Y ,'l4..,- , .L l W, - -- . Ph First Term. H. L. RODOERS . C. H. EVERETT . . C. S. Cox .... M. D. JONES .... AUOUSTIN MACRUDER . . W. A. GEE .... BEVERLY ADAMS . . B. C. ADAMS . C. ASHFORD . W. ALEXANDER D A R. L. BOLTON V. BOOTH . S. BROWN SAM CARTER C. C. GULLET B. F. MCCHAREN S. LUCCETT R. BROWN W. P. HURT LESTER BRYAN W. A. BRYANT N. BUSH HEMPHILL O. W. CATHINCS R. H. COFEE CHARLES CORNIC L. V. CRAIG V. MURREY REx MALONE ED GAINES C. S. Cox W. D. DORSETI' GEORGE GANDY R. M. HAMIL SAM ENIS T. D. CLARK E. F. FLEMINGS R. L. HINDS M. P. HOUSTON J. C igma Literary OFFICERS . Prfsidfnl . . Vice-Prrsidrnt . . Secrriary . . . Ccnsor . . Crilic . . . Reporler . . Doorkecprr . . MEMBERS N. J. FARRIS G. DENNIS M. P. GRAVES CECIL FRAZER H. G. DUEARD R. H. Cox NATHAN ENGLEBERG C. J. H. EVERETT H. GRAHAM W. A. GEE J. J. H. HOLLOMAN F. HOPKINS M. D. JONES SAM JONES CECIL JONES A. H. JONES W. S. HARRISON E. E. V. JOBE KNAPP W. T. HARPER H. KENNEDY Z. L. LOFTIN W. A. LOMAX S. T. LYLES J. FALLS O. MARSALIS R. C. MASSINGILL M. MCFADDEN A. MAGRUDER R. T. MABRY L. JUMPER J. M. JINKINS C. MCCRAIN 189 . 1 - ,, I I .l ociety SFCOIIIZ Term. .C. H. EVERETI . . , S. J. EMS . . . VV. A. GEE . CHARLES CORNIC . . NEULAN LUSH . RUTLEDGP fTvKAY . . H. L. RODCERS u . rf 1 ' J -, V - C , M .V , IIMQMMQ M. S. MCDOUGAL E. MILES L. Y. MOOREHEAD P. R. OARES A. M. O'NEAL W. POWELL CHAS. PIGEORD G. L. ROGERS H. L. RODGERS E. VV. S'l'ENNE'l'l' L. S. RODGERS L. J. SCANLON O. P. SMITH J. E. TORRY J. A. SANDERSON J. H. TABB A. C. THOMPSON G. THOMAS W. T. VAN SANTEN F. WELCH J. K. VVEBB J. R. VVILSON H. W7ESTBROOK H. TOMLINSON S. J. WILLIAMS H. O. RUSSEL L. VVRIGHT A. THOMPSON J. D. READY J. C. SATTERFIELD G. E. BYNUM J. D. MCCHAREN ""-- -e :- A X Q 1 9 2 7 O LE M I 5 5 tk- f"' f AI 11 J Blackstone Law Club OFFICERS C. S. Cox ........ ..... . . ...... Prrsideut L. Y. MOREHEAD ...., ....... I 'iff-Prvsidvnl O. O. W7EATHERSBY . . . . . Srrrrlary and Trrasurrr W. H. WATKINS . .... Critic E. L. LAMAR . . .-Iilornvy A. C. Kmn . . . Rrporirr H. L. Roncmzs . . . Chaplain 190 - f' ,nu W.. , , Z A V 1,fQCQ,1gNUM Y J Y 21-:t . QS 3 1 , LJ ' Mui I ,I 7 i"f'- -. Win" 9-,rf -P' .-C-I-1' l' ficc-fi :iid-A .yt '5- -LNNNNRN Q :H .. V, r. S. 1927 OLE M155 J "f'J-'l35'1fQ7f.' 2 SS Y ' f T 15 ' Q- FJSNA I TZJ, V J Y is Blackstone Law Club H. L. RODGERS C. S. Cox R. T. MDBLEY L. Y. MOREHEAD A. F. MAGRUDER JOHN HOLLOMAN SxMs LUCKETI' JIMMY ENOCHS E. WV. STENNETI' O. O. YVEATHERSBY R. W. COLLINS C. H. MCCRAIN A. VV. COCHRAN W. H. XVATKINS . M. O'NEAL Ib E. L. LAMAR O. W. CATc1-uNcs T. T. Ross B. C. ADAMS PAUL OARES R. MEMBERS L. DENT, JR. 191 EDWARD GREEN VV. A. GEE M. L. MARCUS E. C. BONNEY E. B. FERGERSON ROBERT BURNS R. L. LANDRUM GEORGE GANDY A. M. XVARVVICK TARVER MCINTOSH HEBER KENNEDY REEsE HoG0B0oM I. L. MORGAN JOHN L.-XUDERDALE VERIS O'MARA F. VV. BDT1' VV. A. DUNCAN MIKE DVVYER FLOYD CUNNINGHAM ALEXANDER BRUNINI IX H. rf 1 "' 7 1 J fx21.1nUXUk! '- 3 Xa GAC-ff I M w .91 'f C. 4 a . "S'K!.?ff5:f. 4 1927 OLE M155 rk- A -al-S 15 ATN , i v Yf, 'DQ . 1 '-.sl , :--W- g:3L- , , COTTIIHCICC NORMAN xVliA'I'HliRSI1Y . . .... Prvsidrn! J. B. NUNNERY . . . . lficz'-Prvsidvnl L. R. QUINN . . . . . . . Trvzzsurcr S. L. FoR'rENl3ERRY . . Svfretary 192 K . - f'W. I I .-4 ., IF. ,W eu. , . ,Q MMKM ,W , sw? A F 1 92 7 O L E M 1 5 5 it 1 t ,R . H'f+gw..4I I' L..- MT A - A- A J. XV. HARMAN A. S. HENLEX' C. L. JONES L. F. MULLER R. A. TERRELL DEVS'ITT LAIRD VV. BAILEY C. D. HANNA T. J. LILLY N. M. FRENCH O. E. COLLIER FRANK A. EAKIN SALE T. LILLY ARY C. PHILLIPS E. R. .ANDREVVS THAD VAN JOHN MCINTYRE W. K. LILE G. H. MCMORROUGH N. B. BUSH C. E. BALL VV. M. Ross VV. A. VVELSHANS J. L. SKELTON VV. L. RAINES O. E. CATHEY L. C. PRATI-IER H. C. BATTEN D. C. FELTON V. J. GREENE Commerce BIEMBERS E. C. OVVEN S. M. PAPSCOTT E. D. SHROPSHIRE E. L. MARRY' XV. L. IWCIXTYRE G. O. RICE J. B. SH.-XRPE V. E. O'NEIL NIISS NIARY L. DORROH T. C. NIARSHALL VV. H. HOWl'IE I. W. COOPER A. E. BRINSON J. R. BARRETT J. R. NUNNERY C. M. SMITH R. G. GRAX' VV. B. BATES E. H. LIXDSEY VV. G. X'A'1'ES R. S. DAvIs J. V. NICHOLS C. B. XVALKER VV. VV. VAUCHT R. A. SELBY V. S. JACKSON CARL COERS S. S. FAIRMAN J. C. O'NEAL C. VV. TRAPP V. L. RILEY '93 3 fx ,if Us , 1,55 gf" K I-Q I .:.Y 1,f'!QIIfIKM rl f W. H. BERDON' J. L. BOYNTON T. A. TOLER S. J. MARTIN T. S. SWALM GORDON ROACH L. L. GOODYl'lN R. H. BLANKENBAKER VV. F. BOYLES L. L. HAYS VV. P. NIULLINS R. R. HAW'KINS OTHNA SEAMAN MIss RUTH GAINES C. B. STEVENS H. W. JACOBS C. E. MILLER P. F. SHAEFER J. H. PARKER J. M. BATES CARL LOPER S. L. FORTENBERRY L. R. QUINN NORMAN XVEATI-IERsBY T. H. BARRETT C. M. HOLMES C. YV. MCDEARMAN C. F. RATCLIEI-'E A. C. ASKEW MISS ELOISE JOHNSON ga sui- .SW .SX u - U," S,f,'g-fg:Q.,o . ANNIE?-.',':-I" . f ': F- rg' I' I.i':5, , I--'-fa u -- S f 73:2-2f1.f.f9iiw.: Y, 5 .1465:fr".w--' W '5 by l Y 4 ' X . 'I r" f . x' IQ AFX-N fx- JJ GQ-J - -,N--L f L N rn.. . . 1927 OLE MISS :gl ' ."g- T -Thi? T A TURNER . . . J. A. MCCALLUM . . H. B. GOODMAN . . Medical Clu OFFICERS H. G. MCDANIEL . E. M. ANDERSON W. E. ANDERSON D. D. BOUOH J. A. BUNYARD H. C. BUSRY T. B. BUTLER G. H. BUTLER B. M. COLE VV. M. COURSEY VV. D. DAVIS I. C. EAST H. E. EDMONDSON H. B. GOODMAN J. L. HASIE J. H. HODGE PAUL JACKSON N. B. LEWIS J. A. MCCALLUM G. G. MCCOLLUM H. G. MCDANIEL S. S. MCNAIR F. J. MARTIN MEMBERS G. E. RILEY J. D. ROBERTS F. C. RUSSEL C. H. REAGAN W. L. SLAUGHTER J. D. TURNER J. P. WARD M. B. WARE J. W. WINTER G. H. WOOD T. B. ABNEY W. M. ADAMS A. H. APPLEWHITE H. S. BOURLAND E. S. BUSBY S. B. CARUTHERS R. H. CHRISTIAN R. L. DONALD C. H. EVERETT H. FLURRY VV. W. HALL, JR. A. P. HAMILTON A. C. HEWES F. A. IIODGES 194- H I rf b L IN U. rf 1 U X -, - f- - L , , L, G 1,fQ2.AJKJIIlKl iA A - -V ..... Presidfz . . Vife-President . . . Scfrelafy . Treasurer J. L. HOLLAND A. D. HURT W. E. HUTTO E. V. JOBE S. S. KAUFMAN ESTI-IER KIRK J. O. KIRKLAND N. C. KNIGHT W. D. LEWIS J. VV. MAY L. B. MCCARTY D. C. McCooL A. J. PICKERING G. N. RAINES D. M. SEGREST I. G. SHELBY H. G. SIMPSON V. C. TEMPLE C. F. VARNER C. E. WARD H. A. VVHITTINGRON C. H. XVICCINS as 1 ' . A if'-9 1927 OLE M155 nga- '1' R Z E X My 4 :iz fp,-r ' Y4hs fi - gr I I-i f '41 ' ' I . i .' 9' .fi V. 4, -J i v 4 f 1 1 I 1 W 'f' war. , . r A - 1 - . .. 5 i 'Sn 6 Q-l', D 1 ' .' Y P I xv , X l -I BIEDICAL CLUB I 95 ig ,f V5 fl ui: X My ,JA - - - N dex ,,iZ2MM, - Ii I ff 4 x , , N ff, ,f 3 .za-gq1'g:,z--HI 1: I I I, U..-Q.-,-..A.f1.:.'r.: ""- ' I fe-i.ffGfcf41fs': if 1 f K 1-lf.-ul-19 5.1-'N f ff j Nfl J L .L -.CEL T ' N 1927 OLE MISS First Semester J. R THATCHER . J. F. CALHOUN . V. K. SMITH . . VV. L. FLINT . . O. L. EDWARDS . H. GODVVIN . . E. E. BELL R. M. BROWN W. S. BROWN W. H. BOOTH K. L. BUSBEE J. F. CALHOUN C. A. CALHOUN MCGEE CONWAY S. E. CROss E. COURTNEY J. M. DEMARCHE G. B. DAVIS E. M. DOOLEY 0. L. EDWARDS J. R. EDWARDS H. H. ELLIOT D. S. FALRNER J. W. T. FALKNER W. L. FLINT J. F. GOOLSBY G. W. GAINES 'fit -, :I--,r -gig-4 A:n-D '1 I ,A American Society of Civil Engineers OLE MISS STUDENT CHAPTER OFFICERS . . President . . I'iee-President . . Srereiary . . . Treasurer . . . Rrporler . . . Critif . . MEMBERS D. G.AFFORD H. GODWIN R. XV. HENRY H. E. HICREY F. S. HILL VV. J. HARMON O. HACKETT H. L. HERRINGTON VV. L. HEARD C. E. JONES J. T. JARMAN T. L. JACKSON VV. P. KING G. M. KNIGHT R. T. LAMAR J. VV. MATTHEWS VV. L. MCMULI.EN j. M. Nl.-XCRLTDER L. S. MCELROY I. T. MCI NTYRE I96 nj . Seeond Semester . . G. B. DAVIS . G. W. GAINES . . C. M. SMITH . . C. E. JONES . R. B. WILSON . . R. M. BROWN E IN I H X .1 ' , 1 Y, E ,!LZQUKl ,,, E E. H. NATION T. B. NEWMAN E. C. MILES J. T. PEGC R. L. PILSHER P. A. RAMEY I. A. RATHMAN V. K. SMITH L. F. SHERMAN S. S. SCOTT C. W. SHERMAN H. SHAW R. D. SHEPHERD H. W. SUMMERS C. M. SMITH J. R. THATCHER J. C. TRIBBLE G. E. XVARNER O. D. WHITE R. B. XVILSON G. E. TOMLINSON 1927 OLE MISS 'QW :nth 7 ll -'I-1-, 'nc 3: ,PJM I 433 ' 4 -4 x Im: ,, R1 s '10 ' 1 1 ..-'1- .fum Xvv -,n .15 X ,Q Hx ,-,- - .:,:'L'g . S M Xl' ',11.l13:.I,ss!-V I 3 ' 1 2 5 5,5 U ggnq' 4? -.. gi: -f ' ,450 ' ' 5 1-1: 1-v., OLE MISS ENGIN EERS 197 . ii fx U ,J 1 U I 1 ,, - - 7- - N LQIQMXUKH I GG- f . ,,,, ,N , -5532.-ig, .gf My - 4 I 9 2 7 O LE M I .S S 'L ' 'W,Q,'w 1 ' ' ' -a Y- , A 1. Q NN. f , W f VW A f f 1 f ff vi :Q-sf A::u: lg - f -., v.v..,, .-...Y --.v- --- , - .... ...v-Y ...- ,. iv.-Y -- VW-- ,J OLE MISS ENCIN IZISRS 198 fi KX . ' , 'mu ,H U.. , lfgf ,J K J., ,Amman W- 'Nr-.ft a.f.:?'is Y' 1 fp if f7i7f..'1fgI72J 1927 OLE M155 . ,, t I B ' . ' 7 L..- - , L.-- fi, - Pharmacy Club OFFICERS S lx ARMSTRONG, JR. . ..... ...... P rrsidrul E. A. FURR ....... ....... I 'iff'-Prfsidzvzt H. L. JACKSON .... . Srrretary and Trmsurvr M. M. MCFATTER . . .... . . Historian MEMBERS L. N. MAXWELL H. D. LITTLE A. A. VVALKER MAX MII.sTEAD S. F. PETTIS JOE STILL W. C. TIDWELL JOE O. RUsH WILLIAM HUBBARD MISS IDA NEwsoM J. K. WEBB E. M. CLORE VV. H. HORTON R. M. HAMILL R. L. WILLIAMS N. H. FARRIS G. H. BAILEY HARDIN BETHANY L. N. VVHITFAKER D. A. BRANscoME ROY FORD D. B. PERMEXTER J. F. PETFIS VV. Q. KEEN H. L. CRECINK H. Y. GANT W. A. Q MILLER A. VV. HEMPHILL I. O. SUMRALL J. D. VVILLIAMS R. L. Ross VV. M. HAYS FRANK VINE A. H. JONES J. D. READY W. M. HOBSON A. B. SOVVELL PAUL STEVENSON 199 23 ? f-N' U.: , I ,KT Z! I G' . shq- 3,1 3, L A Y,1Ifcgf.I-IUIUKH i, L. C. JENNINGS ED. JONES J. B. GUYTON S. H. BUTLER J. XV. COMBS, JR. A. P. DYRE R. F. KEARNEY RED HLTBBEL CARY PHILIPS DON GORTON B. J. OIT J. L. HIcRs J. B. GATHRIGHT C. CRAVVLEY VV. D. NI.-XNSELL A. M. BUTLER O. P. GARNER G. M. LONG Q- - f N 1 ' N 21.2 .o qgc X SSE? ., 1-'filf fini 155. ci. arg. a U.. - 1-g:4lf..-,?vs:F.: .5-5-55:41-1 X- 4- 1 K I N' -1 , 1 :X .A x -" 2, f W . k , , .. . 1927 OLE M155 - 119' E F J A fY-L -1 GOICIOII Board of COI1tI'Ol OEE1CERs MRS. B. M. HES'I'ER .... ...... . . . Managrr PROFESSOR VV. L. KEXXON .... Fafully E. VV. STENXETI . ..... . Svcrrlary LIEMBERS H.ARDEN XVOon XV. NV. BURKE, JR. J. XV. ELMORE PALQL JACKSON I. L. BIORCAN zoo f'X U r' 1 "' 1 .G nr! L E -, , 1, .fijilxl E41 La, fi-ti-5, W W 1 92 7 OLE M155 . 1 ' A fx" -V xg mt - xx' . . lf:-1:-' wrgnl ' -Y-ng' F University Concert Bancl OFFICERS DICK MCCOOI., Dirfctor HUGH GOODWIN . . ........... ..... P resident M. ADAMS ........ . . . I'in'-President E. H. NATION ..... .... S rcrrtary A. T. BURROUGHS .......... Trrasurrr Comets- V. DUOAN A. T. BURROUGHS D. H. THORNIIILL BARNETT G. B. DAVIS T. E. HALL K. SLOUGH V. VENCIEN J. C. HOPKINS Clarinet: S. B. CARUTHERS D. HALL F. AUSTIN J. FERGUSON GAINES S. S. SCOTT ........ Librarian F. W. BRADSHAVV . Drum Major M EMBERS Clarinrlx, font.- B. E. SMITH D. C. MCCOOL ED JOINER M. ADAMS E. H. NATIONS Cymbals- B. M. COLE Saxophones- L. L. FLYNT D. XNASSON C. LOPER J. O. Rusx-I W. E. JOHNSON HENRY GANT H. N. CLAYTON 201 I I L L 57 Ui " I P uf F! , T, ,,?f ,E ffcim m O J Horns- E. C. JONES J. LAUDERDALE S. S. SCOTT BOYTON Trornbones- H. C. VVINTER Bassfs- IRA RATHBURN R. H. GODWIN Drums- P. PETERSON J. R. THATCHER G. N. RAINES W. J. VOLLOR, JR. GI PQ G ' . 'i X , K 1927 OLE M155 -, -f til, :I-'lf' d.., +-Q32 gf? 'Q 93 , MaSOI1iC OFFICERS E. XV. STEXXETI' Rosen THATCHER Prfsidcni Vice-President T. D. CLARK Srrrrtary and Trrasurer 202 . 5 fW. I H H lv H I ,E - - .-. Y. -'.42L".,1, 67 X 1927 OLE M155 QL- ,L L, f-f f M D. C. ASHFORD J. W. BELL, JR. ROBERT Cox A. B. CROSIER JUDGE ROBERDS W. T. HARPER ROBERT DAVIS E. H. LINDSEY W. E. ANDERSON E. H. FLURRY E. O. MAJURE GLEN D. BAIRD C. C. GULLETT CHRISTOPHER LONGEST J. PRUDE KL- MHSODLC MEMBERS A. L. BONDURANT O. A. SHAW J. W. BELL, SR. T. C. KIMBROUGH JUDGE WM. HEMINGWA HEBER KENNEDY L. V. CRAIG ROBERT BURNS A. P. HUDSON G. E. BYNUM HENRX' LEE RODGERS L. E. THATCHER GEORGE KEYS R. M. GUESS HOMER ANDERSON zo3 fwm I I rf ig ff 1 U 7 . f I ' -B. L J Afc mfulmxlm J- G. L. CLARK K. P. VINSEL N. J. FARRAS H. M. FASER HAL JACKSON A. V. COULTER O. R. SMITH REX MALONE ROBERT DONALD H. O. RUSSEL WESLEY BROWN A. Y. DONALDSON GEORGE L. BURROUGHS FRANCIS DIXON J. C. SATTERFIELD R , 6823-51+ f-' ' 51 ,7 1 - m e - Q-:S1?::'4f:-.iw A ,aff f -av-.-5frf1'5-2.5. '14, grin :K v L 'I Q -1, ,-X K . , , , f ff 1 1927 OLE MISS E ,D :r -if - 1: - E J University Musical Club OFFICERS I. L. MORGAN ...... .... ........ P r fsidrnt HERBERT FANT .... ..... I 'iff-Prrsidcni FRED BRADSHAW ..,.. . Srcrrtary- Trmsurer R. M. GUESS ..... . . . Managfr L. E. THATCHER , . . Dirccior 1 ," l ' A .-g 1 9 SHINE MORGAN Miss NANNIE BURTON ATKINSON 20 KU w III. , rf Sperialist Sponsor 4 ,O -O , ,fagmim O, A X A-Q .Rena ""' 1 : a 1 92 7 O LE MI 5 5 1.1.3931-I: .PIN - .Q E - f , T . ,AF 3 li 'q fif -- P J niversity Musical Clu b PERSONNEL HL7BER'I' CREEKNIORE, .Jl't'0IlIf7lllli5l First Tmzorx- Sammi Trnors- Firsf Nl.-XRCL'S SPENCER .ARCHIE EXBRIGHT CHARLES INICCRAIXE SHERROD TOWXES HUBERT HYDE RUEEIN COOPER Bass- I. L. MORGAN TED EDWARDS ARTHUR BURROUGHS fl.-XRMON LEE SMITH D. C. MCCOOL, JR .... FRED BRADSHAW . LEE NIAXH'El.L BRISTER XVARE EUGENE BLSH ROBERT LAMDERT R. XV. HIXTON, III Snorzzl Bays- ROBERT THATCIIER TOM DUNN ROLE RISTAD JAMES IYICFADDIZN The Mississippians HERBERT FAST BOxxEx' COLE GEORGE DAVIS G. N. RAINES GENE IREY HUGH QSODVVIY . . . .Dirrclor - nldlltlflfl' L , 205 E 2 FX ,iu Us , ij E-fy E - Y llg zla-Hm m. T: I QE- X- 4 I N u 'I ,I '-I 7 NN ,I . IH: ini! ' ""u'fC f .:6" 71'i1a"iI 5 l 'rl-14 lr'.4 "Q:-X: II -- , ':Q,FE:7'f'ff'i-fil- 1 '1F.!1i'?"-li'5'iFffv 1 . . f r ' N AFTA J RQ, -ag-'E QX 1927 OLE MISS -1- --ifgv ,L The Marionettes OFFICERS L L HARRIS ...... ..... ....... P r vsidml BILL HAMILTON ..... .... B usinrss Managrr LEONARD NELSON ..... .... I 'ropvrly Managrr EULA VVRIQN DAY . . . ...... Swnwary THOMAS BARRETI' . . . Tcflmiral Dirfftor HUBERT CRIQERMORE .... Sfnzif .Ilrlisl PROFESSOR G. H. FOLEY . . . DiI'l'l'f0l MEBIBERS PROF. G. H. FOLEY MISS ELLA SOMERVILLE "You and I" Mary the Third" HOWARD VVI5s'I'IsROOIc ALLIE VV. BILLINGSLHY XVINNIFREO POWELL ROSA FFATE I. L. MORGAN EVELYN COCIIRAN F. VV. BRADSIIAW SOL KAUFMAN LEWIS MCLAURIN E. J. BEANLANI1 RACIIEL ZELLER RUSSELL MILLER R. VV. COLLINS H0NOR.INRY M EMBIIRS DR. D. H. BISHOP MRS. H. M. FAS!-IR DR. C. S. BROWN REPERTORY "Candida" "The Goose Hangs High" CiShamYY . 206 HQ 6. L L C IIQMIIIM . : CHARLES PENN En JOINER LANOMAN TELLER J. D. TPI.-XMES HOITGE THOMPSON .ALLEN PIQHOMPSON DOROTHY MILLER MARY M. ATKINSON LRLIA FRANKLIN MAY DAVIS fiORlJON ROACII iVIH.'l'ON ROACH LI'nA GORDON SIIIVIIRS MISS IIIA WISEMAN MISS KATE SIQIPWORTII "Overruled" "The Valiant" A Qi-:Fif-fisfffff 1927 OLE M155 Q-sz?" 3-F f' 'tr-5' :lg fi 'i 1'-GL 207 f'Nx I l ,J E E We ff f "' I 7 -TT 1 f I Q - - Y fLfQ f,4ul'XI KM A 4 - If 4 ' FAI: Q. AfgjQf:Q19:Qf'f'?' ww. '21-I"f'-'i",5 12:".ZQ'f,f,'f f f -Zi L11'E.'Z"H 3 f,1rf,,',,y1f,fiQ1 5.':5n,l'.'f.f,'f1:,-5: w L 'aww . of -.K ,,. , tl V J is ff D ' ' X N 'W X -if ffli' . ann :jf uw E Student Government for Women ANNA E. SHIELDS . . . ............ Presidfnt EVELYN COCHRAN . . . .... Haus: President, Rirks Hall ALICE LOCKARD . . . . House Presidfnt, Ward Hall HELEN FELTS . . . ..... Sfrrelary LILLIAN Cox . . Trrasurer zo8 -T4 I N .-4 I U X 'T , , , f - K f f Q Mit gif www 1? Q i W ' 1 N '-F1?if,e-fl? E x' ' 'M F w 7-+-S A 1 if x 1 3' lj if fx. Q X 1 :Z VU lf '21 sw we Q V2-'fl gg! gs we Sa QQ K1 Y. V X.. -i ,l, SIIYA . Il J Mu Q' '!Qk, , .cf4fwfCS , Q g X rm A Y LD , ..s. fr ! A , nf. i u 4 In 4 H H ,4h1f Y , 1927 OLE M155 ca. , i f w A ' I-1-1115 'vt ,tr ffr'Nfx.,. 22 X if-if " 5 fi 5 L 1, 5 ? 'L' , ,,f-"4 ZX- .i'-PY? 'fm 5 It rnwfdks es f 0 ALE' 1 fflffff E Ei- ff 522 'HoTiL -,.--rx 1-f F i 4' "f70"' - f ff ,ff' TL Q ' 5 1219 if " S .5- Q: - i X -ij X 3 L f ' 55 K N 2 ,ez H Q -:T 4' 1 W - 'H xl M Q fx - , 'I KM, ', XQXR .',:. X' ' ff' ffri: i I R is V V ff W I V' 1,5 ff fl U ,f:':Xa?Ss+afser+fm , 2' HN f S 09' A ,MQQ A az I .4 , vkffbi N fy! X4 X YW' w" wffssffffm 'flflfxbk 4139 ' e ' ::. rims , ' 0' ,, frvfisf-its 033555 'irfffif' , 3 .. ,.-- . ' ,M H 1Qx'Yil4Q"l " X V "'1"Sf-,'4'.'1'o:" ff' 1 'ff-ix x I k- X ' . '-5 '-lzrzflif v f Q-' Swv' 2:22 V , 4,5 7 553? 4' N,71.,6Zf?" v - ' 'A 39" qkll, ses! : 4.2113 0 Mg: ,1i5i2lZ-'f- " A' 'A 'T +9 90 - f' 'f- ff' . fx K5 it-'---T.-4-2 HHRVYOVJ X Q X X ,X , n YK1- - Xa . ,,,g45.':,T-QiEE.1fC'.f Kyiv '-- 'THE .SPIRIT OF 7 f 211 H 1 .4 L 5 I7- T5 ui 1 " ,! IQ1 J f 1 4M: r.MlM 6: T06-Q 6.295 , 5 rf-M :.- ..-. :-. . eff. .4 - f a' - '6- 1927 OLE MISS - XE .A - A Qty! " 3F.?l5?f-'f'-5 .:i"57"'fE':fif' In x Q Q .WG 1' 5 - -1 O I' w 'ga xqx njq 4 W , . r 'ia IA 1 N -sf' L 11 l X I ff ws .1 'H l,'P'. n Av., Y -p X .1 1 I x'u N PIOMER HAZEL -x.-:- - -- - The Athletic Heels The second year of Homer Hazel's regime as director of athletics at Ole Miss has proven that the former All-American is one of the South's greatest coaches. XVith the expert aid of Assistant Coach "Bus" 'I'errel, a former Rutgers star, the giant mentor brcught the Red and Blue grid machine from the mediocre ranks to the select group of the best in the Southern Conference. ln basketball Hazel has again demonstrated his exceptional ability. Athletic successes this year have been in no small measure responsible to Judge XYilliam lflemingway. chairman of the ath- letic committee, whose interest in college sports is evinced in the fact that he is a member of the executive council of the Southern Conference. Jeff Hamm, secre- tary of the Alumni Association, was one of the prominent figures in supporting the representatives of the Red and Blue, the organization which he represents being more enthusiastic this year in their back- ing than ever before. go . 'N U J Y .7 ' X is ' ' sf Q . if 1 ' ., .', .4 I 7 "Bus" TERREL JUDGE Hexxixcwu' JEFF 1-IAMM - ? fl ' , f"' ,nu ll. , Jlakilll ss - L 5 P fg 1927 OLE MISS c-SEQ NNN sg G + - 2 6? - ' '? -J ,xv I , r, on '.', A X N' U n n 'M' 3 K ',: , 1 L-, xx I" ' 'VW V5 ,- -r ., if J wgfp, JI 'xl Y' J f ' -I' 7 X 3 f' 3-avi 5--J ,-...f f,A' 'Y Z i 1 914:55 'Wx rz zlrea' Po wen ulfav R uber! a Eduard.: LiSlEA-. ,E fi ' - '-:1'u3!Mf-b 'fx JIVTCQ FJJTSAL L 9 I yiffm f..E,,C'Ju:v1,er 5 'Ov ul -x'vv.fH1 SECWCN onus Lorayne Byron 5?0NSOQ BFSKLTBALI vvfu: Le Ora Scott SPONSOR YRACK 1 5 X L... W -W , ATHLETIC SPONSORS 213 un U I ,f L : f'N . 3 i ff nw 1 i X fi 1 Xa' -' -1 J, f Y ME G "I' kmmwwui, f: Y ---W ....., ...I - . QQ 1 N- h3 Q? '.,6 , Sw 75:12 12:52 , 192 7 OLE M155 f r' f"'- I X851 41 7 ' ' V 'G' .bf , 1 1 NX , , - - Y .-,K , Y ,, Y :Q-if All I . fr f" V ti f ll- THE "M" CLUB 214. ' 4 ,. 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I l ss ii , - Q' I , 4-.4 To VVebster Burke, of Hattiesburg, veteran of four years' experience as a Red and Blue warrior in football, basketball and baseball, was awarded the Norris Athletic Trophy ibr 1927. The trophy is awarded annually to the best athlete at Ole Miss. Burke's conscientious efforts throughout his college career made him the choice of the student body, in addition to being thc leader in points, which is the highest honor that can be accorded an Ole Miss athlete. 216 . fx ' ,lu U.: , , IIQV E! G' 7 1'-111 up Y .ZA ,, A n 'fa 459 '-"iff-7u'? 1922 OLE M155 L, ,A At A gm ' .Gl1!.1.,pG - HTADPOLEU SMITH GETTING ANY.-XY FOR 85 YARDS AGAINST SOUTHVVESTERN 217 i Q fl Cf' ,iv Ha , IIT L- i ,p-1' , f--1 M JJ HM Y- Y I... A ,-,Q - I . , if A 4 L4 1 , 5.111-1"u . 1 l.x-pig. I , ,L - 21f!?seQe1p2Q:. Jw iw : Ms: f H . 'I of -,X f f 'I J A I-QQ X S ' 1927 OLE M155 L W' i'-- f In-av f -: - f A "--1 un The Cheer Le aclers HSHINEH MoRGAx Head Cheer Leader jnssls Lm Assistant CHARLIE ALLEN .f1.r.sisIarzt 218 ' ,H ug " , - Y 1,ffZ1.xNwllQ ,-F i J I 1 x. -N.. 'af- -..J I x 6 , A Aw ,. x .J MI J 1 A 0 ls:-I VV V 1 , 'x 1551-1 iu A5-if Q ' 1 ---'1--f ' 5935959 M F0,.u,m...L fpRLMuATm.BATTlgfg ! 'm xi-S L BEATS TAKEN BY ELEYE cn WU EP-M' R HAEEL .1 , g, Q RT HL '44l.XXiL -'+A-K nzmsixf- of 9 "fasti- ,Q D if 195, . xy awk, warn-'mg 3? wg j 7 CRN 0 .4529 ' 'fmfmh iii? fy" .e, LN 5 4 U 'xroubi A. v 012. lb . 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O., -!-., - -D Q -ha , - Q.. ., 3 A ...,E.-:.,,,,T..,..,.N-AIIO-' Q 1-5 - I .- 'fi T I 1 T 3 XSRIS, fin' Q.,-.OL 0 :mi 0 lo ' 3 -O-.-F-.abt Sgmon ws-ng nn 1- -mm., E ...... .oo 5 " 3 S QQo,,Qs.+'- 2 ' '- - , 5 s Q Q it Q + +60 Eg -- 8- I,,-- lxxfw II I 9 - -+ . - .. 5N"o-, Z 3' x v 4 2-- Ol os oe ov os oy oc Oz Ol I The -lonesboro Aggies were the first to feel the power of the Red and Blue grid machine, and despite the absence of the veterans, Biles and Cohen, during most of the game, the Aggies were crushed 27 to O, but the Arkansas "Razorbacks" p1'oved not to be packing house material on the next week-end, and a blazing sun saw Ole bliss take her first defeat of the year. Strengthened by the late appearance of Sallonm, the mighty lllississippians next considerably dampened the hopes of the Florida "Alligators", and after Batten had ripped their line to shreds, Collier raced over the line with a pass that signified a I2 to 6 victory. Seeming to have hit their stride, the Loyola University of Chicago was turned back in the homecoming feature by the margin of one touchdown, with Applewhite tackling like a demon and Cohen plunging his way to the goal line in the last quarter to break the tie. "Hubby" XValker's kicking stayed the Drake Bulldogs off for a time at Des lloines, but the freezing drizzle that fell during the game seriously hampered the Southerners, and the sad story was 31 to 15. Tulane next took the measure of lllississippi by six points, a tie being pre- vented when the ball was lost on the one-yard line, but the slump seemed to be broken when Tad Smith sprinted eighty-five yards for a touchdown and Johnny VVindham caught passes from all angles to aid in trourcing Southwestern by the weird score of 31 to 28. A. 1 WIP N 'Y W binnnghh- -L73-l'-f ' H N' ' -ved ' NH! . 'P ' 'lb as Q l JL ' H H 5ll'll'iWl ii 4: , '. 4 Q ff Ava 4 1 2 L. S. U. managed to score a field goal in the last tilt before the A. X RI. fracas, and although in the closing moments of the game the ball went over on downs within six inches of a lvlississippi vic- tory, three points decided the issue. But the sting of every defeat was erased on Turkey Day when the Red and Blue proved to be fast colors, while the lX'Iaroon and VVhite of A. ik lil. faded before the deluge of runs, plunges and passes that the mighty lllississip- pians staged for their benefit. Prince, Davis and Burke made the line well-nigh impregnable, and a heavy field failed to curb the jack- rabbit tendencies of Lilly and his diminutive baclcfield mates. Culminating one of the most spectacular advances ever staged in Lv' D5 ND l '11 'tix an Aggie-Oleillliss grid meet, Lacey Biles ploughed over the goal after two successive thrusts from the 25-yard line, and Captain VVebb Burke, kicking his last goal for his Alma lvlater, added a perfect extra point, giving Ole lliiss a second quarter lead of seven points, which proved sufficient, although the lX'Iaroon and VVhite later used two consecutive penalties to register a touchdown. The final gun marked the ending of the greatest game and the greatest gridiron sea- son to come to Ole lvliss in years, and brought ten thousand frenzied fans to their feet in tribute to the immortal, traditional fighting spirit of the Red i I . Q WL! I 1 4 ag 15 'B -T! gil' 'fl 54,h!l'??wl' WV .ug-Munir.-rf' 1 ' 2 I 1. ,4e9hmuu...,uu.zQ ' I and Blue that for fOLll'- tern years had subdued Aggie defeats. 1927 Schedule .S'wfft1'111l1r2' 24 Fniverrity of Arkansas C,Cif01l1'I' I Tulane Vniversity 0l'f0ll1'I' 7 Hendrix College Oflolzrl' lj' University of Tennebsee Uflolzwr 23 Southwestern Uftolzur 29 I,n1vc-rsity of the South Al0"Ul'llIllI'l' 5 , uisizinu State Universitw AlIl'L'l'Illllf'I' II Cllieago I,nym-la Allli"IlIl1l'l' 1,1 A. N M. .Sn nw- -- nuukivw- MMS? ' Basketball., 1927 ESPITE adverse conditions of all kinds, the cage squad which wore the Red and Blue of the University of llississippi in 1927 ably upheld the high standards that have been set in the past by some of the greatest teams that ever stepped on a Southern court. Opening the season with but one member of last year's starting quintet back in harness, Coach Homer Hazel plugged the holes and polished the rough spots, finally developing one of the cleverest and undoubtedly the fastest combination in the conference. Captain "Rosy" Bryson, veteran of three years experience, was the nucleus of the starting five. "Lila" Lee, reserve center of last year, took the regular pivot position, and Cary Phillips, Hubby VValker, and Allen Selby-all sophomores-filled the other vacancies. Out of seventeen games during the regular scheduled season, only four games were lost-one each to Vandy and L. S. LV., and a pair to A. X M.-but victories over L. S. U. and A. 8 RI. balanced the accounts with these schools. Using the eilicient "XVrecking Crew," composed of Burke, Ary Phillips, Ogden, Thompson, XVinter, and Brinson, most of the time in the schedule openers with Jonesboro Aggies, Hazells charges romped away by easy margins in both encounters. Sewanee was met and vanquished easily in the next game on the campus, the Tigers of the llountains putting up a valiant scrap, which was insufficient to stem the deluge I s S+, ' I 'L f" Y? I 9 Q of field goals the llighty llississippians poured upon them. lVith three victories behind them the squad entrained for three games on the road, going first to L. S. Lv., where they took the measure of the five from the "Old lvar Skulel' on the first night, but lost a heart-breaker on the next by a 22-21 score. lVith Selby not up to form because of illness, and Captain Bryson suffering from a leg infection, the llississip- pians tumbled Tulane twice on successive nights, 28-21 and 26-23. The trip ended by administering a sound drubbing to Saint Stanislaus College at Bay St. Louis. Back on the campus again, Alabama was taken on for two thrilling and hard-fought games, and despite injuries and illness Ole lliss showed her heels to the Crimson Tide, 29-21 in the first game, and came through in the second with a 33-32. A brief rest period between the Alabama games and the big series with A. X II. saw Bryson, Cary Phillips and Lee sustain injuries in practice that kept the first two on the sidelines for the pair of contests at Starkville, and necessitated Lee's substitution frequently. The Aggies captured the big end of the score in both of the meetings on their campus, but the following week saw their invasion of the University turned back in two of the most thrilling games ever seen in the old gymnasium. Hubby VValker, after ten minutes of sensational playing in the first affair, was taken from the game with an in- jury which disabled him for the next four games, but even with the clever little guard out of the struggle, and Bryson, Lee, and Cary Phillips seriously handicapped by pre- vious hurts, the Red and Blue broke a last-minute deadlock in both games, winning the first night 31-28, and the second 26-19. In probably the best condition since the opening of the season, except for the absence of lvalker, the squad embarked on the annual Northern invasion. Vandy eked out a meager victory at Nashville by the score of 33-32. The VVildcats of the University of Kentucky were not so successful in their meeting with the lklississippians, who reached the height of their form in trouncing them, 39-17. In the final game before the opening of the Southern Confer ence Tournament at Atlanta, the University of Tennessee was met and routed at Knoxville to victoriously close a successful schedule. Ole Ole Ole Ole Ole Ole Ole Ole Ole Ole Ole Ole Ole Ole Ole Ole Ole Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Bliss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Bliss Miss Miss Results of 1927 Season Arkansas A. 81 NI Arkansas A. Sc BI Sewanee . . . . . L.S.U... L.S.U... Tulane . . Tulane . . St. Stanislaus . Alabama . . Alabama . . A. Sz M. . A. 8: RI. . A. 8 NI. . A. 81 M. . . Vanderbilt . . Kentucky . . Tennessee . . -Sm' J S EBAL W ' ' ' ' - H. a-1, . , ,-.. .- -. fK,,H,fa: ' ' 'ff' , Q I ,. I V55 img ii. l -'.'- Y 5 545f5,4LL 4 . A A . ' , .. ': 55 fi f . M-v i+L" . 2.1 .xv -" .V I . , ' . Pb - ' ' ' '1' Nik T JI , , I A T fb! -4- if -ni." Ag'.V,1 xg' ' , A,-Q . . lx. 1 I 1 .fax fff' 1 -f' . V. it 'i Y ,sf -sm W .I 'rrqai . ,, I t 4 D , , , hh ,I ,, A 4 fm- Q ' ' - X 21 ff- ' ' ' ' 0ufI9elI . ' . ' L 1 "il -ei 'i 4 lv' "41'f1-Q1 4 . ,'. av ,t .. ,- W' Q L ' 'y 'gf-' D- . . .F 9.5. 9' A sf H E ,,if-f"f- fw,,-Q-'Psi '..ir'f.X 1'-V Hwkn Oaflield A K- sf " Lf, . 4 '- ' ' 1 -0 . A! 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JOHNSON MIl.S'l'EAIl IIA'rnoRN SHAMBURGER . . . PERKINS . . AI'PI.liNVlll'l'E J. Wooos . Results of 1926 Season Illinois . Iowa . . Iowa . . VVisc0nsin . VVisconsin . Millikin . Millikin . Tulane . Tulane . L. S. U. . L. S. U. . . Southwestern Southwestern A. 8: M. . . A. Sz M. . Southwestern Southwestern A. 8: M. . . A. 8: M. . Alabama . . Alabama . . 1926 Statistics AB R. H. S.I'I 2I 20 I9 IO 3 I3 S 13 1 13 1 2 1 I 0 0 o .24- 2 2 6 2 2 8 o 2 o 2 2 4 2 2 7 6 o 6 0 8 3 Pct. .360 .329 .3ro .270 'Q .267 .222 .208 .200 -195 . I -I 33 .125 .085 .000 .ooo .ooo TRACK l lt' W N' 'X 1 ' . K' I! ,P , ff XX TE .. i g r x x A NX g A Xa Mi QL if ff X bfi, AN ' Gee - , . m, ',, A ii 1 92 7 O LE M15 5 , W.. l 'f" 'V I --. ag- lasik ggi c .F v g ,r 1-o A -V. i ly i .1 I-F, -. .. 'A lf-.. xx -'N r 5 r" I Track., 1926 Track, although a comparatively new sport at the Lvniversity of llississippi, attracted tar greater interest in 1926 from students and alumni. Under the expert tutelage of Coach Kenneth P. Vinsel, a worthy group of spike- men represented the Red and Blue on the cin- der path, and, led by Captain Brister XVare, Ole llliss emerged victorious from one of the two meets, dropping the other by a heart- breaking score. At the beginning of the season the campus was the scene of an international meet between the University of Havana, Tulane and Ole lliss. Hotly contested, the victory went to the Red and Blue with 52M points, while the Cuban representatives scored -1.326 and Tulane 38. The veteran "Tex" Scott added to his laurels on that occasion by easily out- 236 I f I H X Y rd c , u A , g ,'ii2..Ji1 J 1927 OLE MISS ss, 113517 ff X lla 59 ' Q :Sinai 3-.la V if sf':-LQ-34"-F12 -e 'iw J xii , X uh i A A .- , - trim: -L , A Track., 1926 distancing his opponents in both the mile and two-mile races. .lourneying to A. X II. next for the annual contest with the Aggies' famous track team, Ole Bliss went down in defeat after a brilliant battle, but Johnny lliddle- brooks lightened the sting a bit when he romped away with the Bulldogs' stellar event, the .g.4.Q-yard dash, and was incidentally the only University warrior to win a first place. Considering the sport's very recent estab- lishment here. '26 is reckoned as a highly suc- cessful track season, and several bright stars were developed to form the nucleus of Vinsel's teams in the future. YVith Scott in the dis- tances, lliddlebrooks and Simmons in the dashes, Simmons and Yvinter in the pit and hurdle events, and Cohen and Smith as the weight men, llississippi has prospects of a highly successful season in IQ27. 237 .5 I ,- , Ei ,YF 1 " 7 - Aja. - L-E'-1-nl fs.. . rfrxif 2!'X ' for 5 i GS- X 5052... A ,gi-L .nf-Q b . U .Laxm- ,U fl' 1 fl' " rf 1, , . 'i ,f Yu ig 5 A . ' I .lx i f ,,.,- ,, , W,f1 -fx, x " 4 x ,J 1927 OLE M155 g QL g , ,L dbg. i,D Tennis, Despite the handicaps of lack of coaching and a late start, the Red and Blue net- men concluded their season last year undefeated, conquering each of their opponents by the same score-40 to 20. The Aggietown Bulldogs were romped over on their own lot in the initial con- test, Thompson, Noblin and Lipscomb winning in singles, and Thompson and Noblin holding the upper hand in doubles. The fourth-class singles and the second class doubles were dropped to the llaroon and lVhite. The Lynx, coming down from lllemphis in the middle of Relay, were forthwith handily dispatched on Red and Blue soil, and sent home full of respect for the prowess of Ole lliss racqueteers. A week later, while the taste of defeat was still bitter in their mouths, these same Lynx were again exposed to the onslaught of Red and Blue tennis talent, this time on their own premises, and with the same result. Noblin and Thompson, now state open champion, came through the season with- out the loss of a match, singles or doubles. Lipscomb pocketed two out of three singles matches, winning with lNIcCarney one of three matches in doubles. lIcCarty, after an unfortunate start in singles, came back to win his closing contest in lllemphis. His play there prevented a tie with the Cats. 238 4 L IN ,u U. , YT' K! " I , , g , H , iflhiuwiikl 4 vw.. I F 1 92 7 O L E M I 5 5 f j H L g I , A e C 1, gs C , LA.- - ,.-is-X si- ' - ' J Freshman Football, 1926 Under the guidance of Coach Carley Allen, who made his initial appearance as a coach this year, the Freshman foot- ball squad carried the Red and Blue in a manner which com- pares favorably with the other first-year squads of the state. To open the season, the Freshmen dropped the first contest to the Little Billow of Tulane, 6-O, entering the game with only two weeks practice behind them and unac- customed to the New Orleans heat. lVith a bad start to overcome, the frosh downed lllississippi Heights Academy. I2-O, on the campus a week laterg and continued their victorious march against the L. S. U. Rats on Homecoming Day, thrilling the returning alumni with a 6-O victory. To close the season, the team crushed the Tupelo llilitary Academy under 34 points while the Cadets were not al- lowed to score. Several varsity prospects were unearthed through the efforts of Coach Alleng among them XVillis, Peebles, Jones, Burnett, Irby and Kyzar. ,vt ALLEN 239 . S f'N, U l ,J . ,IN 1 P "' Z! 'L s ,L ,Nt-i4 Qz.ixI,1if1if' gt g E .1 'ii-'x - .A 1' Arn.:-ggzvlxjf X ,g.l:.,., X 'Na 4 If-'.'1: f f f . '71'E.'L"fi! ,Hu WIN' ' ,'1.03ff.f:,r,-9,5 Hu , , ' 'GSQU-9-.k"' 'f w-'.-,ff-sw , I ., 5,, r f ff 1 fl wi 1 f I fi X 1 1927 OLE MISS -If 4-.4 ii' ii X 1927 Results SOUTHERN CONFERENCE BASKETBALL TOURNA ENT i1i.Z::e5ag0.Iif1a.' North Carolina . . . 28 Eblorth Carolina . . . 20 .2 pafzmi i Georgia . . . , 4 N A! Georgia . . . . 36?Ge01-gia 27 V.M.I.. ..x4 " " A EGeorgia . . . 23 M 1-1 d .. . .-or U B5in.a.n . . . . -iiMaryland ' ' ' 22 VANDERBILT Y 1 P Champions 4 Georgia Tech . . . 4olP G , Miss. A. sz M.. .24 6 gm TCI' 8 S ?South Carolina . . . . 27 i N. C. Stat .... 2617 , South Carolina . . . gziisouth Carolina ' ' ' 32 U Vanderhil . . . . 461 'F Wash 8: Lee 32fVanderbilt , . . . 32 . . . . , j ?Vanderbilt . . . 31 Ole Miss ' ' ' ' -4iOle Miss . . . 20 A B e - i' SC 240 I J I V . fi fx ' , We " , i fi , , If ' A gg -A A -' g i,,Qj,1..siiiilKlIl C -9 Gia 4S' '2-Hi? rugs 1927 OLE MISS ff A Q ui? - 4i ','..' Tuff, ,,'.,.g,,.--.-gi .sis 2?-'SG it '7i:.?f!:'f,"ff A J I A 'inf T I i 'r - - J A Y I , Y gig- : , I Y , - ff- Co-Ed Basketball, 1926-27 URING the season of 1927, the University of lllississippi sex- tette set a mark for following Ole Bliss teams to shoot at, win- ning seven games, tieing two, and losing only one-and that one by the margin of one lone field goal. Under the leadership of Captain Bessie Powell, and the coaching of Athletic Director Hazel, the fair basketeers opened the season with a pair of no-decision games with two of the strongest teams of the state. The Delta State Teachers College game ended 35-35, and IQ-IQ was the score of the encounter with the lllississippi VVoman's College. VVith the defense becoming stronger through experience and the offense developing speed, an invasion of Tennessee resulted in the defeat of the VVest Tennessee Teachers' Col- lege, 19-17, but the lliliddle Tennessee Teachers were a bit more suc- cessful, managing to administer the only defeat of the season to the Ole Misses, score, 35-37. Peabody next fell under the onslaught of Captain PoWell's Amazons, getting the short end of a 38-31 score. Lambuth and Bethel were the next campus opponents, and they were easily swamped, Lambuth, 67-13, and Bethel, 45-19. Lambuth was met again in Jackson, 241 is IT ff ,H ui if lj' ,ff , 1 5 - -s fifiwiiiiiia 1 31 g , ,iv 192 7 OLE M155 l f if if .V fr' V Y as Y Y -:- 1-'E .15 i,,,N Y - f-- 2121? -if Tenn., and defeated 38-30, and on the next night the Union University co-eds were given a set-back in a hard battle, the score being 32-26. To end the season, the tie game with the Delta State Teachers' College was decided at that institution, and the fairest of Qle llliss athletes closed their schedule with a 32-15 victory. The success of the sextette this year was due in a large measure to the development of a remarkable passing system. Few girls' cage teams were as eflicient in this department of the game during the past season. The ability of the forwards, llisses Powell, Bloodworth, and Rhodes, to shoot goals from every angle was a feature of the season, and the de- fensive work of the veteran Eddie Cathings and lllaude lllize at the guard positions was an important factor in every contest. Ellen Samuels and Nellie Hathorn, the centers, seldom failed to capture the tip-off, even against heavier opponents. llaude Brown, though re-entering the University late, proved to be a valuable reserve in several games. 242 ,E fx ' ,lu U.: , irq? J K e ,. , 1 it ,.fCg..f.rm c g 4Sii'1'2-7'P NWS A E' - NU I, X ' -3 1927 OLE M155 5 to gr A C 3 A Ole Ole Ole Ole Ole Ole Ole Ole Ole Ole Ole lVIiss llliss Miss Miss Miss lVIisS lN'Iiss Miss Miss Miss lNIiss Co-Eel Baslcetlball RESULTS OF THE SEASON Delta State Teachers' College lllississippi VVoman's College VVest Tennessee Teachers . lliiddle Tennessee Teachers . Peabody . . .... . . Lambuth . . Bethel . . . . . Lambuth . . . . . Union University ..... Delta State Teachers' College lklississippi VVoman's College J, 243 55 L A ' U.: , iq, K g ,. , -g fAQ i..lm ge 'Off 4 35 19 17 37 31 13 15 30 26 15 45 GS - or rw--f , ,il 1 92 7 OLE MI 55 fff' Sl ' l llgfl- eg . ,, J -G ss- .ullll L32 Y Y-E-VV V Z i P rf s "T el i Intramural Athletics Since the inauguration of this feature of athletics at Ole Miss a few years ago, intramurals have attained a surprising degree of prom- inence at Ole Miss, not only among the student body, but all over the South, holding the record as it does of including in its branches eighty- live per cent of the male students. Y, f Coach Sullivan has constantly broadened the field which dormitory A il , athletics cover, and is bringing the department nearer to its goal each i ,gn I year-that Of giving each student the benefits derived from participation .Mfg , l in athletics. Miss Marion Leavell, serving her first year here, has done if., , ' i a great deal towards encouraging and forwarding co-ed athletics. ,ilk-'AA M , i W R. L. SULLIVAN Champions, 1925-26 CtH.-XNIPIONSHIP CUP NVON BY CENTER GORDON Football . . . CENTER GORDON Basketball . . . .. LAMAR Soccer . . . CENTER GORDON Track . . . . TAYLOR Tennis . . . EAST GORDON Baseball . . . VVEST GORDON BOYS' GYM cLAss 244 ,g s KX ,U U.: 7, K a re llTZulllM E, ? 43 113 -'TF' 1 92 7 O LE M I 5 .S J Q-1:' 4 gif! Y fr ,f - ,Ah-1' -1 A l J r " A Dormitory Managers J. J. LENOIR .... RUSSELL KEARNE1' V. L. RILEY . . T. M. BARRETT . J. C. SATTEREIELD S. M. BUTLER . . THOMAS MARSHALL J. D. COLE . . . C. B. HOVS'ARD . E. MARSHALL . JOHN PECG . . CAREY OWEN . CENTER GORDON EAST GORDON GEORGE CHARLES PIGFORD . .... . SCOTT HATHORN . JOHN PETERSON . LEVI MCCARTY . LEE MAXWELL . C. M. SMITH . . ..... . . LA BAUVE CARL COERS ..... Genfral Manager JOHN BRUMEIELD . ..... Socfrr ED LIPSCOMB '. . . . . Baskftlzall ED LIPSCOMB . . . Trnnis J. T. JARMAN ..... . . Trade EARL THOMAS ...... . Basvball LAMAR J. S. ENOCHS, JR. . GEORGE RICE . . JOHN CARR . . . J. S. ENOCHS, JR. M. L. MARCUS . . . J. G. THOMAS . . . Grnfral Managfr . . . . . Sorfvr . Basketball . . Trnnis . . Track . . Basvball ODOIXI C. C. COPELAND .... G1-nfral Managrr HARRY WINTERS . . . . . . Soccrr L. V. CRAIG ........ Baskfiball . Gvm'ral1ll1111agrr . . . . . Sofffr' . . . Baskrlball J . . Trark . . Tennis . . . . Hairball G1'm'ral Managrr . . . . .Sorfrr . . . Baskrflzall . . Tfnnis . . Trade . . Basflzall Grnrral Managrr . . . . .Soffvr . Bl15kl'fl1I1U I' .' MISS LEAVELL . . . . Basflzall VV. L. MCINTYRE . . . Trnnis J. M. STEVENS ..... . . Track rI'ERRY SWALM ...... . Baxfball TAYLOR M. M. MCFATTER . . . Gfnrral Managrr VV. C. STEWART . . ..... Sorrrr J. VV. CRAWFORD . . . . Baskrllzall C. V. CORNICK . . Trnnis J. S. HARRIS ....... . . Trafk VV. C. STEWART ....... Basrball VVEST GORDON LACEY BILES ..... Gfnrral Managfr THAD VANN . ..... Suffer N. B. BUSH . . . . Baskfiball LACEY BILES .... . Trnnis CHARLIE TRAP? . . . . . Trarle LODY BLANKENBAKER ..... Basrbull Ie CO-ED GYRI CLASS A : 'X 2 ug f ' 7 III? ,ff H . . -J JMQIIIKSKIKQR 'A RE el ,.,- . ,ff,,f- Q a 15 X GS: E6 , s 1 , I A mom' ...mf if! n 'In V , .,v .Lx ., ,H 'f ,'. ", 1 fq'p. 'M Ill' I Q i Y ',' "'2'f -:X f A! I , , Q- X: 1 92 7 OLE M155 154, , 'wo - '- :l 157' A211- . ,. ,rs lflw i 'WHL-1 -'ag 'QW -'vuqi Fw -' ,., ' I pina ,4 ,Q V ' Kin-W' QQ 5 , L., 1- 7 THE ROVVLAND TROPHY AND ITS WINNER APTAIN-ELECT Austin H. Applewhite of Columbia, was the winner of the beautiful football trophy given by hir. Her- ron Rowland, Ole lVIiss alumnus and prominent Oxford citi- zen, to the player whose services meant most in the Red and Blue eleven. The selection was determined by the vote of opposing coaches. Prominently mentioned for All-Southern honors, "Apple" played consistently throughout the season, and was a constant thorn in the side of the enemy. His selection as the team's greatest asset was well de- served. The above picture shows the powerful Mississippi end prepar- ing to make one of his characteristic deadly tackles against the Tulane Greenies. 246 . N , f-1 1 " X u H if -1 ' 7- , A - ,K f,ff1Q',QilVllQ K A - 3 v ,. at f 1' Zf6h3 Laughs M1 .1 'T ,LQg,f.L.u-gL:U uq- L.L.i. .n -' L L 1 L ..' l ..'!lJLi 1 1.14: - f-'wr I , f ' N ' , um-in --.5575 W l 1 R ff T 1 Q ix '-Q E P M ', -nf. U1 1 'rr a', r I' ff" 1 .r -x nh. 4c,N., f2 ' 2, 111 A 4. f iv 4. rf F. by 'r gr. ' n S 1 I . ll, I f A. 04, .Tf W1 ,is V. . A- 1, xv I fl 4 :Ag . GDI? Minn' iliairnit The first ten were chosen in order by Rolf Armstrong, nationally known illus- trator, as the most beautiful of Ole Bliss eo-eds. His selections were 1113116 from a large number of submitted photo- graphs. The eleventh is the 1927 Ole Bliss Sponsor. I. Miss 2. Miss 3. Miss 4. Miss 5. Miss 6. Miss 7. Miss 8. Miss 9. MISS ro. MISS II. MISS CAROLYN NEwsoM . SARA JOHNSON . . ALICE CARTER . . BEXA HURT . . . ELOISE jonxsox. . MAI' DAVIS . . . GEORGIA PEAeoeK . ALICE LOCKARD . . ELLA LOUISE FRITI-I . VVALTERINE LOCKARD HELEN POLK . . . . Jackson . Bolton . .Laurel . lNleComb Greenwood . .Como Clarksdale . Indianola . McComb . Indianola Hattiesburg efliiss Garolyn JYqu'son Gyffiss ,Sara johnson cfbfiss Juice Garter Sb e7IfCiss 'iBena Turf 072655 Eloise johnson nk. cfflffiss e9?fCay fDa'uis G77fCiss Georgia 'Peacock 'Kham 4. G9fCiSS cfllice Lockard ...A,, ix if eyffiss Ella Louise fgvith emiss 'walterine Lockard c7XCiss 'Ufclen Talk iillIIIlIIlIIEIlllllIlllllllllllllliiiiiiiiii w1i655SHSiM6?Hii55H6w6i1115ii3UUW 'l f + - - r dwg - - --v f- N , WN m- Qyrwuv JQggizigijgqiagmgyr 1 m'f'f9 Vf X QIEEE' 45QgQ5iLuh.lif, id 1 w S lf J . QQ, 3 Q-H wg fig I Fw f K f .1145 f N f, J 1 x Q I 1 I 1 'w 9. ja -JI 1 --1 PX W fx? Cz-Yeatures "1 1 J, 4 K I uv I 1 1 'M H1 n n p 'u'n.wg.- Hg' . 1. qf'31Rl',vIu W5 :Qu 1 'H ,N ' '... ,1- x ' N. .W ' , In n . ll ' lm.. 'f-N '4 ll ya' ' I 1 NJ ' ' 2 MR. B. B. JONES A native llississippian. a philanthropist, and a benefactor of higher education in our state. llr. ,Iones is aiding in the marked growth of our educational institutions, and making possible their greater work through the expansion of their facilities. He is. through the Fields Co- operative Association, the direct means by which many of our men and women are able to reach college at all. 264 95 Q1 if si l i i l To Professor Lloyd E. Thatcher, who has devoted himself to fostering the de- velopment of student activities, and of a more progressive spirit in the student body: To Hon. llartin lliller, whose devotion to his Alma llater has been undying. and whose aid and advice has enabled many young men of llissisippi to obtain an education 3 To the football team of 1926, which has won Ole Bliss' first S. I. C. game and gloriously defeated our traditional rival, attracting the admiration of the South: To Chancellor Alfred Hume, whose aim is ever to further the best interests of the student body, and to build a greater L'niversityg To lliss llinnie Brady. who has patiently striven to lighten our suffering and heal our bodies: Does a grateful student body wish to express its appreciation for their unselfish services in its behalf. 265 POPULARITY CONTEST FOR THE 1927 OLE MISS 1.-Most Popular P1'ofesso1'd67-Z! 2.-Most Popular Girl A....,..... .S.. . 3.-Most Popular Man -.----.---,r........ ......... 4.-Most Intellectual 5-Most Original -.-. - 6-Most Attractive Girl A 7.-Best Dressed Boy e..,---.,eAe,---- - 8.-Most Stylish Co-Ed. ....Ae,eAee,..., . 9.-Handsomest .....-....... .....A.............. 10.-The Wmiest .... ........... .... . 11.-Best-All-Round A.Ae ee.e,Ae A.ee.,..,-A----.-.--,----- ------ 12.-Who do you think has done more for Ole Miss? Upheld the traditions and standards of Ole Miss most worthly? Given to the school for the student body the best service? Having thought of the Q vote for the Man Who Has Meant Most to Ole Miss ....--.e-..--.-------------. A, .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ....., . , ,,,.,,,, BUY YOUR COPY OF THE '27 OLE MISS NOW' 2 -al Myres Smith McDougal rllnst Intelledzlfll THE MAX XVHO HAS RIEANT Mosr T0 OLE Miss Through all his five years at Ole Bliss he has entered into her many-sided life with energy, fairness, and admirable ability. He has, as president of her Student Body, and of many of her learned and literary societies, endeavored always to raise the standard of the activities in which the students of his Alma llater engage. He has, as editor of the fllississippian and correspondent of newspapers throughout the South, given through the press an expression of the worth and greatness of the University. A graduate with distinction, he has re- cently added to the laurels of his Alma llater and placed himself in a position to further the great repu- tation which she holds as a leading educational center by becoming a Rhodes scholar-elect. 267 4 . e 'W glare' "Roms" ALFORD FREDDIE BRADSHAW 44 In SHINE MORGAN 2 A DM. D. VV. lIr:m.r:s'10N CHARLSIE ANDERSON XVERCIAL GREENE WEBB BURKE f J! Jnssxs LEA 269 ' . 7 I 4 .4 '3 ' t 2 A 3 4 ,di 75. fra -'gl yffqlea k 4 . W fia 1' I' 3" fx 0 i JT fi it A, Q ,-Q,-, ,vb lg exif. ' Q Q ,'-.ilk . 2:3 b . QI' 1 , Q' .- - . "f 1 f-' ff ., ,V I X A 'S' A-ETX - ' ,,.'. 2- . 4 2,1314 Y sr 'I ' ff. I ' 4- ' . X I .A ff ef if c , ' g s ' .. . , I 4 - 5- W 41" ,L . , if o-1 Q- - , ' ' H' 1 " N , ,av Y .. ' ' an 1 ' . , W' Q , Q J ' 1 V - 1 I. W .Q z , ,Z is A Q. - vs , A . ,, 3-. .. ' 5' r '6. . I M x gif. V 4 5 Y 5 :Q .- A ., 'i' e' J' 1 y l A ,A 5- . ,A -. -.5 i H f , - ,T X b Y 1 . . V . ,Q iff ,,, 'Q , . .V N .is .I I s",- .- 5. Y" .5 '- r, Q It V -Q 'riyuy 3 . lg: , ? 4 'In ff- J 5 Y.. 4, ,l-A ' u ,. V, AK v 1' '1'- ,if 1 5 '. fy. . ,b . K, -'fn f .4 -. 4 ENTRANCES 270 A1 U rr' ' - A X 4' ' if 1- 'via' f '-.T':+QI""'-aw k, 'H , ,- ' W .- - , A W . ,Y 4- -vw ., - 1- ' M 5' 1 .gv 1- V ,W, :Mal . . :jf 5 : lr' L -. L .rf . , ,gfg 1 ' Q- .1 . V . Q: ' is. ' XJ, . Ai -,j W' ' 4 ' " Wd, ' gig., .- bsr?-W , ew., M. P341 1 H5 g ,4 , V ,- rw Q 1 lg at Q' THE CAMPUS 271 'wf 'sf 6 if f. Wx -Q-' A J, 1 4, E 4 lm- I 3: A , A , ,QA ' ., XAM - .,Wrf--. . - I n ' A 5 lg - k ,Q 4 ,nh -- 101--fQ"'.y 4 f , v - . - . .,.- u.'f'.H " A 4 3, Q - 4 1 9 ' I , .. ' X vi .i XF" 4 .1 "x A 7 3 A ,f ,E y. ,,f ,......f,,Q.., . .. . A 'Q A Iii ' ' ' 1 A. xi., , X Kg, A , F" x . ' A C. nn ' .ug Q- 1 mf - ' ,-,, f x , -- '1 . , . ' Lx f ' ., nv K . ' ,, 7' K, 2 J- -. ' 59 3 ' 55- ' ,:' v .2 . V I Y iq - + Y , ' ' ,j ' ' F-1 . gb, i v. i ,., Q :A R A QU- q 'LJ , ' 7 ' -1 ' I M, -. - A ,' if H ,W ,, , .wwf Y 9 A 1- X ' wi sm bi- V- ' S" - , . vw -- .' v 1 .v 1 Qxqx-ig .in Q MMI, 4 ' ,Il ' qs , 4 1 . ' fl' 1 ' - '1 'x , L '. ' 2 Q- ,iw 4 As. 3 5 -. . J ' " 2 A X - . , , S 'K Q5 3 - , . -J I i x X.: 1 3 , . 1 , -. , i-, 5 1 , , H ,. f A - A G- I . . V ,au 1. . .F 'Qggx Af . , 2. ,ami yf Q ,f , .f 'I .i ' ' fp 1 -,.- xi " x ' we , . , , A 'A W hr , 1' . I r ' 12 4. y Bus' 14 " . L 2- f' -. ' A .nv 'v ' Q - .. - '- , G 'fjx ' if "mmf if . . at ' l S ' Of, Q, ' 'fx WM, uh 1 ' 'NK , sf? ' -X - 1 2 -4 5 f 1 Q. . -W K .S vm ' xr . gi: "W X, fi, up v,5',l' Q fe. A 3 ,M - I. - X f a. - ,L - ,J ,-, if ,Nb M 6 A .lx wg? ,. . , V. .AJ 4, ,Q A. x M X s . b ! . W w . . r - V , , -'- 1 .. , .ff l Q rafav ,xt s aivu'-A' X' 22,54 X:Q'af J f Er 2 ,N 54 ' - V " XV' 'zu ' 'fx ' ' 5 1 X -4 'W' 9 ' Q' 5 '- , ' , . ' '. ' v X - K 2 V - f -, ,2f.-- r..... 1. 4 . , Y 15' 1. 'QR A Y va QI' --p 'I ev 1. .K , . , -uf' , GF J .95 g,v', X? 4-71' m I , ,' 5 Z sr- .5 pw ,QI M 4- , ' F X" 4 5. 4 n . Ia., 47--rl '1 ' 4 s 4 " ' , wg-4' -Pi' 1 171 j . 3 a ' u I. 11, 4, A., X: M - Q 'H QA' ' fly. , -t Q, Jie A an , .. -V- J 'ugnjuy 5' , . n Pa.. xl inval- 1 , . 5- ' ' 'X fx .J . -- 3 v 1 1 'x .":f"'H 'Jr HON 15-COM ING 272 gf, v -.. ,f .4 - A.8tM. UL OLE MIS! Thanksgiving' Day. 1926 EAST SIDE Student Ticket 0lc Miss, 51.00 SCOTT FIELD lnum TMI: cuscx 0 . 246 -Q ,, ' x. I I E nunous csnmu RAILROAD co. E STARKVILLE. Mlm. , M' -no- ' OXFORD, Miss. I 5 X GuUcv0s0uuanuhnupus9g.py,,,, 3 I Q3 I-wa mmrvnm mu, uovvnun E f 2 asa-,asap 8 b Vbllluuwwnannqnqg-, 5 I sooo m concurs any ,b - aunccr ro man '-1, fn nmuunou ,ig..f' 5 I ml nn-mmmug nga Pu A lui as x,, a-- f Q iw I w - , n. gk. . -fr' Y A 5 ya 'I 4 5 A A vi . 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'Fi.,1.,,." .1Le1-W .V 1 A 1 . . . , , A. .W .X -414 11 4 1 YH. 113. W, 5:1 A .1 ..,,H.A1 ,Vx 1 ' M MM. H. .11 X. 1 N. , ,1 1 H. 15-ji Jw , V My .T 1 . 1 , 1. x - , 1 1. . 1,'1m 1 .A -- H. 1 +11 11 ...X 11 1 r 11 -' W. " V mv- .I I 1 1 - , 131 yn .r w.Mxgq, .LW A as . 1 .Li 1 AT THE TURN OF THE CENTURY 279 0" ' G ,LII 1 LV ,4.-A...4, .v- . I f-. ---f-X -J +..f- .4 4 wats . --, -.-- . 1 gl I 4' y . t ,J , l 1 '- it'- -- , ,i ,... ...lilg -.... -L- ..-- Q W-- THE DOPE PASTE THIS IN THE LODGE Chapter Song Molto Blurb to Freshmen Chi Omega Violets "Fifty or die." "My d e a h ! Don't waste your time on these sororities. join our frat and be in the beauty section." Phi Mu "Let's talk about my Sorority." "Down with the others and up with us!" "Surely you don't want to go that way. They're rotten in other schools, and besides, they don't rate in their home towns." Delta Delta Delta "I Love Me." Kappa Delta "Red Hot Mamma." "Hey, Hey !" "We're the greatest women's fraternity in the world and so much better nationally. One of the Big Four." "Eat, drink and be merry." "Our charter? My dear, we're going to be installed in December." Gamma Delta "If we can't get the ones we want I pity the ones we get." "Two is company and three is a crowd." "You know, our num- ber was restricted by national ruling. Such a shame!" Tau Delta "jesus wants us for a !7 Sunbeam. "If at first you don't succeed, try, try again." Kappa Sigma Tau "The Dream Girls of Kappa Sig." "Grow with us." "We're the coming sor- ority!" "They are so anxious to give us a charter they're coming and bringing it with them." . 20 I . ' n I ,-77' I 8 5 ' 1-'KA ' , :FP 'X ,..iix, l'Y -,-, ,Y-'y,,,,7' fi? if' A SHEET 1 TOP OF YOUR HAT l , Types Preferred Chararteristics Accomplishmfnls. I Anociale Member: lf, -32 l Meeting of the S. A. E. - Girls With W0m2lHly ladies' auxiliary every An S' A' E' pill' Three Oxford Alumni. . t .t. n F .d ' . h G d fur coats. Two sisters Mr Daw n T In ul lo ' Pgiitfjgianrglg t' oo have been abroad. ' so l 1 l l , , - Have good lines and Jackson Chapterg Na- l p :tr reall, doesnt mat are Hargufying mam- Darn good at Millsaps. tional Council. lOur A l C ' mag," Very Best Friendsl. 4 l if , l If N l - 1 i I They try to remember - - , l gh lil Any WPC MTS- Brown they're not the only 1151533 cglghilagelin tbui The Sigma Chis. K Wants- sorority but it's so ' Brenau Alumni. i ld l hard it really is' she wanted to be. , . . I l , l p 4 A Buick Landeau. i l HV . t',, "Silly, Stunning, Scat- Dorothy Miller. Chi Delta Phi. l T ane y' ter-brained." A good chapter at Omega Alpha l Alabama. 1 Girls with individual- . . . . H l ity, personality plus. Very select' Posmvely Mary VIC Mills' Mary Vic Mills. Must be approved by Vic Mills. do not take in the hoi- polloi. Mary Vic Mills. Mary Vic Mills. Phil Stone Girls who believe in Santa Claus. Nice sweet girls. God loves them and their Mamma does. An IHA" average. They never give up hope. The Christian Endeavor. Any kind. None. The Baby Sorority. We'll bite! Who? l 4 M l 21 i J ll 8 l HEPES men, mfr af riff A IIUELI DNA nf WHILE T!Hfl0A,3f1WiR W Ht swiuoivzn ms vm K, wcfgi -, L xi ' 7, AND SDUN r'lfJ'i liek wi DIEX- 'iii 9 f VVe're nice, home-loving boys. VVe're seldom seen on the cam- Deita Psi VVe are the oldest lodge at Ole lkliss, but we are afraid age has had the same effect on us as it does on hen fruit. But anyhow, we rate among the nine best chapters in Delta Psi. VVe let not our right hand know what our wrong one doeth Cnot that we ever really do anythingl. VVe get satisfaction in knowing we use to be good here anyhow. You wouldn't believe it, but twenty years ago we thought we were the best on the campus. .Sigma Chi , ' f0r1r QM 1 CHIEF u pus because we study all the time. And modest-we're very shy and I ,L-. W... D. retiring. Of course, we didn't get everybody we wanted last fall, .4 -' but some people have such poor judgment, and besides we are very A ,- - exclusive. VVe know the Coop only as that big white building we see '- out of the library Window, corn, only as something you Cat on the . A Hmm ww 1- 2 in were Biff' ' 9 'I f A ,f n . ffkf I i ear, and, a paradice as heaven. VVe're angels, we are. And we i m, got three C35 freshmen this year. VVe really neither needed nor wanted any more. H v fliw' 1'y -.-- .1 f. L.. "' l A'-Q il' "ik 'f gc SAE receives a frm-sh shipment of pledge hur- tolls. matic presentation of the Battle of the Rlarathon by dressing their pledges up like Persian soldiers. VVe rushed more men, pledged more men, and had more men than any fraternity on the campus, except our side-kick, Chi Omega. Have resigned our claim to the whole scrap book with our doings and honors. Our -Sigma Alpha Epsiion Eric Dawson's Greek Army is contemplating a dra- X 'if 1i:':!i, . 'P' " - , ,. 4 '1- F5 best athletic lodge to the Betas now, for we are all out - . to win the SAE scholarship cup. VVe daily fill up a Phi Gamma ambition is to get a majority in the student body po- ,fiffou litical machine. 282 ..- .-o-,1f4-i-in-:JY - Yfrywzr - Yirn- v - .' A-- - - - 1 4 - - 5 1 "' 1- -- ff-L if 4- ' '1--V 1 .4 ..,-.ghli-...,a5.xx.t-,A.-f lil W 1- e , l phi Defta Theta VVhy do we come to school, when we know more than the pro- fessors already? Didn't we elect Horne president of the Freshman Class, and havent' we got-er-er-that is, didn't we have the foot- ball manager this year? We always have a full attendance at every social--when we give the social. And have-n't we the best formally- clothed pledges on the campus? VVe suit our man. NVe told our freshmen, "Never trust the Greeks, even bearing gifts," because we bring much better ones. We "sweat" freshmen into our clothiers' association and then get them drunk to make them forget their mis- take. ,fs , ,fx llx fr qw 1 iw . I! J .xv ., . 2 ,. Ff a ii 'V WL M r X -WI i fliullb X' ff , Group Picture of the Alpha Chi Omega Frzitvrnity. 1 Delta Tau Defta Nice, smooth looking boys, who never drink and seldom smoke or shoot craps. The commendable thing about our chapter is that we are industrious. Attendance at chapter meetings is always per- fect, though sometimes a brother has been known to lose as much as four bits at a single meeting. VVe managed the baseball team. Now, if our entries win recognition upon the "cooping" team-Brother Hathorne for persistence, and Brother Green for versatility-we'll be all right. Kaiba Afgifza 5-o-u-t-in No, we're not in the transfer business, although we look like it. VVe're simply simple Southern gentlemen, roisterous, romantic, and risque. As to the records we hold: we have more men doing grad- uate work in the campus course, fewer pledges, more guzzlers, and more men with IT than any other bunch on the campus. Our motto, "lVIy Gawd, the women!" has been changed to "Bacchus, and more pledges next year l" A , i X fi" 0001 Jr biniNd1f.- 'i x f 5? Q2 fi fs' ' L f' IN' IM: Via l' Vi xv 'M jx, fyif l fi" . ,-I Us , ,M JL - :f ' 'Ql1g.ii,Mh N A ' I 2 -in x ' -- .nat ' if Ig is ' ' la ,..:'... . xv ,iw Jw 'W .":"":-, ij 'i r 4 . -- i T . wi. 283 g i I Kaiba Sigma S G A , Politics politics, we employ no dirt tricks. Let the others hurl i Y '-1 e their bricks, let them sling the mud that sticks. Kappa Sigma's on ' .. the level Con the same one with the devilll VVe'll admit the rest . fr are crooks Qcan't you tell it by their looks?J VVe'll admit they have L no rating fcan't you judge by how they're dating?j VVe'll admit they take in niggers land can prove it by good figuresj. Qur only E weakness is straying pins, we haven't a single besetting sin. But we so delight in squareness, simple, earnest, holiest fairness. VVe refuse to stoop to meanness. Kappa Sig's delight in cleanness. No, we use no rushing tricks-Politics! Politics! Alpina Delta Mu , ra VVe pride ourselves on being the worms-that is, the book-worms, All 7 gy, ,E --of the campus. And then, too, ive also have a social lion. So long A f T as A. C. Kidd remains, thus long Alpha Delta Blu will stand like a A i A X 'A rock. VVe've got nerve faren't we petitioning Phi Kappa Psi?j enough to get us most anywhere. VVe fully expect to rush some real men next year. The worm will turn, and we'll do something be- sides rival the R. O. T. C. of S. A. E. some day. ,N .- 34-, ,- f .5 K f ' e 5 Q ' ' ,f - ..---' Alpha Pi Alpha " A VVe're proud of ourselves, proud to death of ourselvesg there's just Q one thing we canit understand: who gets all our freshmen? lVe fi i if A Voptimistically expect to get our charter by 1950 at least, so our chil- l P 'dren can realize the ideal of ideals-Pi K. A. VVe called for vol- g7?TLfQjTi'ff' unteers for the Dream Girl of Pi K. A., and haven't been killed in our mme-si-im the rush. But we'll rate over at the Coop yet. Healthy, but awful green, we have ambitions. mifsliimn Omega Alisha .Ogg og vg.- -,, VVe control, distribute, and sop up the revenue from the business f y end of the greatest collegiate weekly at Ole Bliss. YVe're the groan , - ' 3 in the "groaning press." Brother Smythe continues to bring glory P j j into our midst, and then, too, he can, from practice in blowing his g - own horn, substitute for Gabriel on judgment Day. VVe'll probably J 1 ' A if belong to a national by then. A' r A + - P' 28 -. ,.,..l .- - - --7-f Y 4 I - - .f -. - .-' 4 i Pi Alpha Yes, we're still here, although welre seldom seen. VVe're just leading a quiet existence, waiting for a little brother to come along or for about fourteen of the other frats on the campus to go out of existence. VVe've got some men from town to give us a firm hold on Oxford, we hope. VVe realize we're rotten, but while there's hope for a charter there's life. If at first you don't succeed-why just keep on petitioning. Z? 't fill M 3 Hn : llf YYV, . -1 ' c N07 E 5 is "' air' Q' I I D0 D iq 8 L vc Ev L nov 5 f -Lf' 2 ' Our Pride 'I' .-QW f -. Ms yy-Q faq 1' I 1 O',f,,,- , r.. --1 3 K xg.. feoiy f U Y 4 ff! . G' fb ff "" ii . E ' -tm-f 'Z if Tau Gamma just look at the distinction we have: the fraternity we're petition- ing claims to be the richest in the world. And then we completely control the monies belonging to the 1927 OLE RIISS. VVe had at one time a Chapter Ford. Add to all that Baxter VVilson and Dainty Foot Tomlinson Cwe're successfully keeping him hid this yearj, and you have the very peak of perfection in fraternities. Three cheers for us! All we need is a formula for making pledge pins stick where they're put, and we'll at least stay alive on the campus. Theta Beta -3 x N VVe've got the best athletic club on the campus. Haven't we got .w . a coupla the coaches on the campus, three or four team captains, and 'Y A thirty or forty letter men? Can't we outrun, outplay, outfight any 4 . a, ld h Vlf " hb'P ' sill' o ge on t e campus. n act, am t we t e erries. And besides, as we've got VVebb Burke and Satterfield, an unmatchable pair. Norris Cup, but several brothers who can drain it full at a draught. C W7 VVe hope some day to be the Chancellor's brothers. lx W 9 X,-fi Kappa ,ig I 52 Our motto: "There's many a good horse left after the stables have lg .X been picked." VVe're going right ahead, as happy as if we had good D 5 l e' sense, to make something out of ourselves, although we realize that there hasn't been a miracle since 3 A.D. VVhenever we feel dis- Baby's First VVord couraged we say to each other: "There, little baby, don't you cry, you'1l be a big man, by and by." 285 1 L- -------ef-----. - . . . . - SCHIOYS COLLEGE or CAMPUS AcT1v1T1Es EDITORKS' NOTE: This page fwas Irff out of ilu' rlass .wrlion by Ihr prinlrr. IVL' art' glad to rfrorniizr ilmu' IIIUIIJ qciilz some fmu flattering rrrnarles. HERBERT FANT . . ............. . . . Sullivan's Hollow Fraternity: Sisters of the Purple Veil. A1-tivities: The Herbert Fant Mutual Admiration Club 11, 2. 3, -Up Luggage Boy by Spe- cial Appointment to The-lr Majesties-The Mississippians 13, 41. There have only been three nervous wrecks at Ole Miss this year from Herbert's rasping voice and scraping of cat-guts. He will probably wind up in jail if his people ever let him get out on the streets. It is to be hoped he doesn't claim the lf of M. as his Alma Mater, because the latter has a reputation to sustain. ELOISE JOHNSON . ............. . Roam, France Fraternity: The one she was last in contact with. Activities: E. Johnson, Eloise J., E. J., Eloise Johnson. The fair Indian maid, Minnehaha, stumbles over herself in retreat from the amorous youths who pursue her and her Parisian frocks, to say nothing of her Athenian Features fshe went abroad and had her face liftedl. JAMES HAROLD STEADAIAN ......... .... . . . The Hub City Fraternity: None. Artiyities: President Gripers Ass 4433 Forum t3J lit's defunct now. Stearlman embezzled all the fundsi. Vnder a guise of industry and strenuous work on his part, the Ed. has so enfeebled the energies of his staff that it is going to take a rest cure. Presumably a hard-boiled yegg, he is only a soft-shelled crab. Steadman, 'tis said, through trying to break up affairs between eds and co-eds, and in other ways, has so many enemies he is forced to carry a gun all the time. VVe would give the low-down on him-if it were not for that gun. FRANCES ELJBANKS ................ . Dogtown Settlement Fraternity: Solo Pzunpus Representative of Last Ht-art Beat. Activities: Boys, Boys, Boys, Baby Face is a little lost bird, hopping about and chirping in a supposedly cute voice, striving hopelessly to attract attention. She leads a string of boys around now, but we are afraid she will be either an old maid school teacher or a clerk in a ten-cent store. L. l.. HARRIS ................... . University Avenue "A rolling stone gathers clinging vines." Fraternity: Society for Support of I-'eoble Professionals. Activities: Y. M. C. A, ti, 2, 3. 455 Cart- f'lub 41, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, TJ. Haney came here years ago when he was a young man to try to outstay Little Allie. He gave up, left for a while, came back, and now is finally quitting, acknowledging Little Allie the better man. VVe hope Haney marries rich, because with the way bank robbers are getting caught nowadays that's the only way he'll get fed. Mr. Butler has been commissioned to shoot him on sight if he tries to come on the campus again next September. 286 l I I I l ll ll N Qing 4 ' 1 -F f 5. gf is ,fb X 3 y 'K 1 .7 THE SCREAM ITHE SCREAM blushingly made its entranee on the Ole Miss stage not so long ago. It no longer blushes, although it should, and is rap- idly attaining no little prominence in the field of eohegiate wit. These are a few fast ones from the best land onlyj magazine of College humor in Mississippij A TRAGEDY The tired business man arrived home. The coollg had left that morning with- out serving notiee. The market had slumped all daygfand now he found a farewell note from his wife. He knew that a shot would end all his troubles. So he opened the bottle and took one. ii? STIIAIGHT FHUIWI THE Hll' She: "Did I ever show you the place where I hurt my hip?" He: "N-nof' She: "All right, we'll drive over there." N0 'l'Ii0l'lSliE AT ALL, I ASSYIKE YOU Husband Qphoningjz "Is my wife in?" Butler: "I think she is in the bath, sir. just a moment, sir, and I shall see, . ,, S1l'. "Never mind, I'll call later." XVHY LADY! "IVhen she was at the seashore some fellow pulled up and pinched her pursef' "But I thought she wore a garter purse." "She did, but she never once sus- pected that he was a thief prowling around after her purse." Xl? HEFORBI YS. ETlQl'lC'l"l'E Rector: "Is that your cigarette stub. D!! Small Son: "Go ahead, dad, you saw it first." fllflffl' lligfflfwrlyxf' "ll':'ll, Slly, 'ZL'll0'5 loafngf! Ujjlfrrx' "Dn11't you L-nofw 111 llfftlflljl lln' lafw In loaf on fflz I .W hr i55i55'i11f1i'Wl1 7 nf - mm, umm. ...4 umm eggs- PL Elm' nv mn ?l'I'DEN1'S or 'ml-: FNIQZRSQ' og RUSISSQPPUW m - mfg. .- , .:?.,..f-V..-.L. - -Y -V ---- - -- 7 , , 701.113 XVI. l'Nn'ERsm'. MISSISSIPPI. vlunn, un-zrrzmma lo. :ses N,-,,,,,,:R H lnEs5Enn'Ii fwufE mrs uusmu snnggzilumfm . V X . Y 9 Man Shoe As Hs ko.- Spaun AIM. . Her at NU? I .,. .... , ll' Ll! A at 432v..H"L'.".!.:J5!TJ LQCQQHHN CM DM 5 1' :nu 1 ur ul an nu nm. fx'-.....:v'::a.-' .-am lhvli IX lv Ma!!! A ll!!! 'HUC mm- em why 'ru -nun .- !:::. lv-mil Vsagllll. WI- ll-d'll- QDWNE UFUG 001110 Nl .- ' i t .Q -Q. un':o"':u'2fv. ucv mr TIT W '13 ilfixll 'IJ' ANCN4 ' an-.mmm-nnnmnnu' :uno-1. LT-'Lu su :num IU N I IKQIMOI ID. I Gill!! lBll'lDf'i NUR ll 1 Plit - . " "" """:..:':-:':.' "v'?4-f vm 'I ... .. Lumnzmssigl sms mail ,HIT 9 main Cditlln, Acaiofsiorkvdmv-' 'A fhf , .E. UIBIIIBEIITIITEQ 'H Sllll fill Milli Many Sublecis Scheduled fur! L January Oonvenlion. ' fro at time 'MEETING' , lun: ummm Av-um ng. li WI, llkl ll DMBII. . .hp-an-q ip-un Q- an I nan.. ' Q lun nr umm no p-mn-...ua pp In mn me an-mmm! nun- L If NNN! IIUUV1 rlitibflii ima Inna an u mm pawn, rl: UININIBIUIIS QI tl! in Lou up Dunn nam an. ni h ll noun A-nn un --.1 u llquu-up an uns hu-ang li S41 :QI ho lllfh h Ili! ? ut.: mum.. 'uhm nqu . ua- n. .1- 1 nu mu No nw. wars u- il Ill ll ti! Q Arn an--Q uw ...- . ..:' ""'r:: :5"""r "ur iillud. D funn-:mln .nl hu' snsuganslnmrnvgnmm, an r-u5m:aw-ny .www Miki ul I Iii 11454. LK- 'nm' '-fn,-.."'l::" "CJ" "T . . . , . ..1 nuun. ...-.'Z!.,. V. p.'....... pt.-up-.nv an an nm-0. MJ u , -mm. no-n-m..L..v 1. my en uy.:.z.y.1f.v n u ww, Maile. lllk Ol IB lib, lb!! lnlo-an ill il A ' E: F 'IE""!f2.JE'.Zf.1.i!3A mum nvrusoe dawn. 5A'2-"?n"i' 'L' 'Ziff'-iii" 61' ... '...:.."-"a'. "....' -vcr. f . M - . . . ..""g,,g'fQ,",f5'?L':.i. 54" 1.""'. 5: 3zhz-.Q-52: . W. Ms his n., W. ...W 1. ...E dill? DI INQA-egzkx Al At . aw 4 - aware. , pg' . sf? .x svn: um mu. of mf-me mm. -pnnu xi- ' , . 1: ml I ns-'J' " ,Syvum what bvllvo Ahlvll lr Ml! Dunn: mr ua nu umm lk uulu 1-as es-4 "1" ...a'T""'.'Z'..f"" r::uJ':ll'nr:al':ua.:! u-1: man :umm Q 'JUNIOR Y LitTd Wm Rl - . , -5.-,Q .-Y. ' Y J ., '5,n:' Q1 ,gm rsnjgf Y Jw, 11- W. . ., f - 3 , ,I v A -it Wk - m-'v' . A ,.,. ,,,,V L W A ' dffi f 2 5- -AA - f ---in rf..- , -, , l,-ll,-,Q -T-A-Y VWY f YY I K. ' 1 -:-'-f:""":r -,'1""r 3""z ,.,A K fn 4 gf F 4 "If-:""' N H . 1 ,- 1 iq , f z , , ,i ..- 4332--'vdhw' sum - ,,: --71. .gg aan. .,.......l... Af .1 ...........'z 4.-X ,- 4 x rr I ,,I .' INI II' 'Q IIN :Intl .-I 'I II' 'II ,II ,I,' II, II.. .MI IIa, III! 41 4--IAI III IMI. I'I,'. ,IIIi' II I I W . I I I I I I I I I I 1 P J gli' N, I ' " 1, - -I A rj ,I I . I V. . 5 5 ffnrmfr,-4? 4114, ' :I-If! 'L f f 7ffff- gzf'fSg"f'f5.4 In we 0 so - ' .vi J 1 M. -,. . ,N A' 1 " , .q.'..1 -egg gjrffr :WX ':' Q-15-2, A f I Financial Report of the 1927 Ole Miss I I RECEIPTS I I Advertising . . . ...... . . sI,000,002.00 I Subscriptions . ..... . 500,000.00 Student Fees and Activities . 60,720.00 Fraternities QCollectedI ....... .50 i Donations from warm and kind friends . . . I EXPENSES I Food every night for the midnight orgies of the staff . . . . S 50,000.00 I Dance in honor of the editor's first date ....w . 75,000.00 Postage--Annual business ...... .06 Postage-Assistant editor's personal ............. 60.00 I Banquet to celebrate the occasion of a staff member dropping in office I one day by mistake ................. 100,000.00 Rewards to Freshmen for locating Business Manager and Co-Ed Editor when needed ................. 1,000.00 janitor, office boy. stationery . . .25 Gum for stenographers ........ 65,87 Persian rug. bayeux tapestry, etc., for office . . 5,000.00 Camels for men on staff ........ 50,00 Murads, Tareytons, for women on staff . 100,00 Printing . ........... .50 Engraver ....................... 1.54 Trip to Memphis for staff, including theater party, ball at the Peabody, etc. ................... 750,000.00 Locomobile for Business Manager . . 15,000,00 I Lounges, day beds, for office . . . 2,500,015 Staff Bootlegger . ..... . 5,000,00 Photographer . ..................... .30 The profit, unfortunately, was all used to pay the Editor's alimony, so the Business Manager and he called off their trip to Europe. 20 - 3, ky i 461- X I 9 I -- M : f ,X XX 2 I - . 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N Y 3. ,Y , ggi- :r YY UNIVERSITY OF MISSISSIPPI The University comprehends seven divisions, as follows: The College of Liberal Arts, founded in 1848, em- bracing 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, cover- ing 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, providing a thorough course of two years, constituting the first two of the usual four years in Medicine: The School of Pharmacy, founded in 1908, affording 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 Administra- tion, founded in 1917, offering a four years' course leading to the degree B.S. in Commerce. The location of the University is unsurpassed in point of healthfulness and beauty. Expenses are very moderate. Equipment, buildings and grounds valued at 81,900,- 000.00. Write for Catalogue. . fi f-5. ' ,nu U., , I -5 ' 1 g g C be 1 llfhdllllllr , - 522: 'iiiiiiiiiauiznliii Q ffff A K - , 1927 OLE M155 I Li , go I c D g sg ' ragga gm I. NSLR-gvgmlgil gg mg 'gg rxcn or THE Pnzsmzwr L-4:15 " llll ' I QI 25:2 :S LLOYD! B RD.'Pts1n:N1 - LQQiA5if1'5f- 1 V' V I ' ""',,"'Qa - fmt , ' 'J - 4. - ' ia Ph-: an 1'QlSiil?i:-NNETGEE The Class of '27, "Ole Miss", University, Miss. Dear Boys: may 1, 1927. Today you are college boys - tomorrow - men going out into the business world, each with the determination to succeed. For four years you have been laying a foun- dation upon which to build that success. Your Diplomas are evidence that your first big job has been well done. You must soon choose your profession. There is ' none greater than that of LIFE UNDBRWRITING - None in which you can better serve your fellow man nor in which the compensation is greater in proportion to one's efforts. The Columbian Mutual Life is a Mississippi Company and the South's only "01d Line" Mutual Life Insurance Company every policy holder being a share holder. Founded in 1903 it has been growing steadily since and today is a veritable "Tower of. Strength in D1xie'. The South is on the threshold of an era paralleled growth and development. The Columbian Life will continue to grow-and develop along with great Southland of ours as of un- Mutual this it has not done before. We want well equipped young men, such as yourselves to enter the Life Insurance Profession and grow with us. Life Insurance is one profession in which you can "earn while you learn" . We shall be glad this matter fully with you. Department, Postoffice Box Wishing for each I am, LTB:BR to have an opportunity to go into If interested, write our Agency 222, Memphis, Tennessee. of you the success you deserve, ia y rs, L yd Binfor President. I -145, gr E IN 3: ui 1 ' df LW ,,. f Q 1- I -7 ffQZnMNL 4, 1 D - . A ' ' ' -'l'ii:'J!nx 0 , ..iu,4::-vw-'I iw- 1?i-ff: ' , na- 211-2: a'-fi 1 ffm. f 1f::4'!fy1f1.2:?.: A ,a.g,y5:4.--1,.y-- Q f --fear -'-f,'3':q.v , . A 15 . - -G. S--L A N E - Y- T' - -3.17 c ' l 1927 OLE MISS J 3-D I - '17 L It-H 7 llng -5 i VISIO And a Rigid Code of Business Ethics-Even More than the Newness and Style of Our Young Men's Clothing-Have Caused Our Steady Growth No haggle and barter-but fixed fair prices. No tricks of the trade-but open square dealing. No "Customer Beware"-but guaranteed satisfaction. No "Closed Deal"-but money back if you want it. No uncertain merchandise-but standard, well-known makes. No misleading selling marks-but plain figures. No advertising bombast-but "Whole Truth." No rudely handled stock-but clean, orderly displays. Our friends and customers tell us that here the usual Boredom of Buying be- comes the Pleasure of Purchasing. Tm LEX. LOEB 1i???f Incorporated MERIDIAN. MISS. SAM BACHERIG THE 4 SOUTH MAIN STREET MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE Nothing But Fine Clothes Especially Designed FOR COLLEGE MEN Especially Favored BY OLE MISS MEN STYLE SHOP J. SUMMERFIELD, JR. 17 NORTH MAIN STREET MEMPHIS, TENN. Youthful b Dresses and Coats of Style and Quality dt Modest Prices "Cash Works Wonders at the Style Shop" I I Z ff fl llllll 1 " 7 ff" , ,I A ' ffm- , - - , A -1 - we 1461 L E- A, 1927 OLE M155 CLE- U E E 1133? WW 5 9 4.16 I u U N. I I C-' 'r ,I I " ' 0 ' Dooo- X fi T. '- new I ' . " xfMtxxX , . xt M, c -, ., v no .' ..- ' -N 1 I lil 4' t .12 X 7 x M . i t 11- Tr- -4:-q , Y, :. , 5 r a l REMEMBER Those Cricket Sweaters we used to wear at Ole Miss back in, 1926-1927? Remember those Big-Legged Trousers and Yellow Slickers? Yes! Say. that was the year we had that good football team and beat A. 8: M. the first time in I6 years. I knew even back then Ole Miss was going to turn out to be the best school in the South. And that store up town there at Oxford where we used to buy all our clothes, do you remember- Wezlif ' U l ,Z L 5 ,fl if ui fv fb 1 " ,X ff, X ,fy f f lic .. ullllxlm Y: I 4-.54 f - X. ' AJP, I' if 5 N! i ' J we , s 1. . of "ff, ' 'N f Was 'fu 1125 1. . X 1 ',' w 2, .ix ,..,- ll 5 J mf N Q 'x nfl, M my OLE MISS Robert L. Tomlinson JEWELER Orthophonic Victrolas and Records "Gifts That Last" OXFORD, MISSISSIPPI THE OXFORD HOSPITAL AND TRAINING SCHOOL FOR NURSES FOR TREATMENT OF MEDICAL AND SURGICAL CASES F ire-Proof-Steam H eat-X -Ray MRS. E. E. WEAR, Superintendent Nurses OXFORD, MISSISSIPPI DAVIDSON? L. G. Balfour Co. VARIETY STORE ATTLEBORO, MASS. BOOIZSOUCFS, Stdl'iODel'S OFFICIAL JEWELERS Opticians T0 THE Leading Fraternities and Sororities on OXFORD, MISSISSIPPI the Come, Campus Let Us Supply Your Necessities Write for the 1927 Blue Book N ,ui Us S, Loy .5 4 Y A A K , F- F 32 ,D Q -2-9 1927 OLE M155 7 Q I E, ,S E J, S S NEVVBURGER COTTGN CO. INCORPORATED COTTON MERCHANTS MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE T Branches Throughout the Best Cotton Producing Sections of the Belt S2 Let Us Serve You A f' ,... ut! , ft. if - E ,iTQ.E,,,.tlm'1B' seg E 500 E ' 1 9 2 7 O LE M I .5 5 if , i Y -af! Y i '- YY f ? i :J Cur Seventieth Annual Greeting To the Student Body and Faculty of Ole Miss Nearly Three Quarters of a Century of Untiring Service May Our Relations in the Future Be as Mutually Pleasant and Beneficial as They Have Been in the Past CHILTON'S You Ate Always Welcome COMPLIMENTS OF , D. CANALE HENRY S COMPANY CAFE at THE HoUsE OF A HUNDRED Student Headquarters FRUITS THE BEST PLACE IN D TOWN TO EAT MEMPHIS, TENN. OXFORD, MISS. A ,I ug , 1 7'3" rf , v E , E ,mihllmxq 4 ,A- uf-W 5' 4 1 IT? 1 92 7 OLE M15 s wg.: 5 Q -QAFIW J " I ' 6 ,p I: I E p 4-F F Y 1 .Iam ii .s - LL- .J D. B. Holmes, Jr., Book Store "The Campus Store" CIGARETTES AND CIGARS STATIONERY "Everything the Student Needs" BGOKS DRUGS GUR BEST WISHES Students and Alumni of the University of Mississippi --Q LYRIC THEATRE R. X. WILLIAMS, Owner I is ee Q., E ,.w,....xr.u rf ,fl 1 if ff E .-i-,u,-k W in G S-'QQP IW-'W - E K I 4 ". 4 X. .bd-:g:5vI.,l1 . mo Q:-X9!f4u',.'5-,v 4 f 5:17-:.z'-Til. '54 fs Q , M u f 1. x A , fr- yi, ufv"1 1 ' ' " .Q " X' N N vf - ' 4 Y ' "r"- 1 jp X 1927 OLE MISS , , ..- 1-1? -: 4H THE BEST-LITERALLY-ABSOLUTELY 6 ALL-CREAM ICE CREAM Made of Pure Cream-No Artificial Makeshifts Fortune's All-Cream Ice Cream is made of pure 20 per .cent butter-fat cream, which is pasteurized and viscolized before entering the freezer. It is absolutely the best product that can be obtained from the use of choice, selected and standard- izeli ingredients under the direction of a thoroughly qualified and trained corps of experts, in a sanitary plant.. There are plenty of cheaper creams, but none so good. EXCLUSIVE AGENTS IN OXFORD ROWLAND DRUG COMPANY "The Store of Real Service" Better Athletic Goods and Money Saved Ensley-Carrigan Company 69-73 UNION AVE. MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Sport and Athletic Goods Free Catalogue Mention that you are an Ole Miss stu- dent or Alumnus-it saves you money Athletic Products of the Greatest Makers INVESTMENT SECURITIES Government Municipal First Mortgage . Corporation We Invite Your Inquiries HOWARD C. ROSS Assistant Manager 'BOND DEPARTMENT Union 3 Planters Bank 8 Trust Co. .l . U , f-1 I u ff f fl' . ,I , 7 Y , ,V f,fQ'iiQiglllQ At 1 l 1927 OLE MISS WWQZ TV DAVIS-MIZE AND COMPANY WHOLESALE GROCERS PRODUCE AND GRAHQ DEALERS HOUSES MEMPHIS, TENN. WHITEVILLE, TENN. OXFORD, MISS. HOLLY SPRINGS, MISS. GRENADA, MISS. CLARKSDALE, MISS. NEW ORLEANS., LA. a N . E f-D. ? ', 'nw ,U ui A X I ,ff , Y, J llmylnMIIxIIu WY- .Cf-6 ? . , 5 . - as ' 'X' 5923 ' '3".'-1'--113-' ooo 22 Q7".' cfs. in qidiTRw.:.1g f."5.15-4' -I.-3-.yy fx Mbgmy, J.'P-L':3U- L- - Es W-PFI! f 317.19--f'-Iv'.?l?. j t' Q::' ., 1 N., f , ., ' i ii fn , .....'. Y Z J , L '-,Y f" . , gy.. , E Y Y-, , Y - CN 3: 5' 1' C .4 X RQTHE .sei .aa-:QQ EY. 1 fasivii' 1 1, Q- ' w' Kg, qx . W f I 1 Xnf'1N '1 1927 OLE MISS - +R-A g in pus J - , 7 - I i A W1 .e'4w-Wfigsqafapf Q' The Home of Society Brand Clothes for Men JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI The Discriminating Man Sundstrand Insures His Appearance by Machine Doing Business Company With the 0le Miss Pressing Club OXFORD. MISS. Cleaners and Pressers "Listen For the Whistle" 146 UNION AVE. MEMPHIS, TENN. Adding and Figuring Machines Cash Registers And Complete Line of Posting and Bookkeeping Machines Ask For Demonstration Sundstrand Bookkeeping Machines are used in the Commercial Department of the University of Mississippi. KN ,I U X I Y , - ,, Y Ijczydlml W ,,,A-. L, f A if , X L' 5 1219 w e fl , ss'-ge. as-1,1211 Wa f f -1"-f.--S- xwcxc 1 92 7 O LE M I .S 9 L Aigllpigfqf - Q53 I" Y ff , .W 'xf W , j Y str t Y- Y W : Y A L ,,-,-- .L n ., Y Y R. L. HOLLEY V. J. PENNINGTON WILFRED GOLLADAY Prrsidnzl l'in'-Prvxfidrrzl SvU'1'la1'y- Trva.f1u'rr Lincoln w Fordson ' 'rl-Us UNIVERSAL CAR OUR MOTTO: Service and Quality to Our Patrons I Accessories Parts Cfieneralj Tires SERVICE Repairs Cars Washed Gasoline Oil If X J yy fm OXFORD, MISSISSIPPI , 5 fx in Us , IT? Ei' K Ls I O, nff mklllllll. J s! ie. G Y L I J 1927 OLE M155 ' fi L L xx ' 4 4 ' Aii.: ' L - :lf -3' . T g f I I HEY! FoLKsz fQ,'Qf-Fi!! ""' Mfg? We're all dressed up over in our Q E 5 ' X neck of the woods and nowhere . ' I I to go! So YOU come to I I I see US ' ? Wm Good fhfngs To 501- foo P . :.: :,A COIOHIZI Hotel :IT T" I -'TH TI Hon the Squaren BRAMLETT HOSPITAL AND TRAINING SCHOOL FOR NURSES OXFORD, MISS. Hot Water Heated Special Equipped for Electric Lighted Sanitary X-Ray Diagnosis GRADUATE NURSES IN CHARGE Best Service fbffw l - ,go A I' L, a 1 .09: 1' --:gr lv Uatjylf' FLOWERS OF QUALITY FOR ALL OCCASIONS DELIVERED LOCAL OR WIRED ANYWHERE ANYTIME DAY OR NIGHT OXFORD FLORAL AND PLANT COMPANY OXFORD PHONE 115 MISSISSIPPI . Qi f'X I f' I' mu j - - I , ,, I JLIZLI I1 74 A- , -"figs 1152-'P 1 7 :L .'.A'. ' fl W ix.:iix 3 iulxx I: ' J up - tg L - f f - sais -get-4' 1 92 7 OLE M155 I it Burroughs Adding CARVE YGUR OWN , FUTURE Co' You can make yourself just what you would like to be. But it is up W. S. CRADDOCK, Agency Manager 24 NORTH SECOND ST. MEMPHIS, TENN. 'ir ADDING, BOOKKEEPING CALCULATING AND BILLING MACHINES ALSO PORTABLE SUBTRACTING MODELS to you. We can give you a formula for success that has never been known to fail. You must apply it: "Work faithfully, spend wisely, and save regularly." Just common sense, is the corner stone of all success. Open An Account With Us Today Guaranty Bank and Trust Company OXFORD, MISS. F. B. I PATTON BARBER SHOPS NORTHWEST CORNER OF SQUARE AND WEST SIDE OF SQUARE Student Barbers in Both Our Shops Students Help Students by A Modern Dry Cleaning Plant equipped with a Glover Clarifying System makes your clothes come out clean and sweet. CLEANING, PRESSING TAILORING City Pressing Club Patronizing Our Phone 22 Shops oXPoRD, MISSISSIPPI . 2 fx 2 - 'Os ,i Us , 115, .fff to - . . gg .Y ' m ira ,A w ,A A ig--'f i' -, 1 1 92 7 OLE M155 - X xlr.:.L' f..,a X if-'Ng-gf,--.f.,,, -, Q I., V v ..1 ., ,A 11, "T f W: g 1 Q 'f.iG3,1Ti ily l ""' K .5 f' X,-.f'1,N ' ALT' - s M212 'sms' E E E a so E , - :lf f AIME DUPGNT STUDIUS Inc: rporated 509 FIFTH AVENUE AT 42ND 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 is 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. Y AIME DUIfQlHlI' STUDIOS 509 FIFTH AVENUE AT 42ND STREET NEW YORK School and College Photographers gys? fX I - E U L rf 1 U 7 l cj K f E zffiidlllll El ,, 1927 OLE M155 A G12 115-.fd P ,fs I I i l . gi f'-2:15 1 -: y. .'.-1.2 tu' Qt- . 2?1g?'i'fLT9-LFP- Fsfilbio X .l'gvli1:ai1fQ5'f E2 XY 3 y 4'1v1f '.fc--z- J , P sj s . , N .. N Ai-9 wg-vt -4 4:4 " - V , EXCLUSIVE CLOTHES FOR UNIVERSITY MEN BEASLEY BROS. JONES RAGLAND CLOTHIERS. FURNISHERS HATTERS MEMPHIS, TENN. Columbus Fire Insurance Company COLUMBUS, MISS. ESTABLISHED 185 2 ATTENTION: COLLEGES I We can serve you with equipment and supplies for your kitchen and dining room at a real saving. Send For Our Catalog The Loubat Glassware '25 Cork Company THE CAFE CLUB Will Be Glad to Take in New Mem- bers on Application Meets Every Night Except Friday. Sat- urday and Sunday at 9 p.m. Initiation Fees and Dues From 5c to Half a Dollar APPLY TO MISS ELOISE JOHNSON President MR. NORMAN WEATHERSBY Vice-President MISS MARY MARGARET ATKINSON NEW oRLEANs, LA. T,e,,Su,,,, THE BOOTERY Southern 43 S. M S . MEMPHISfm1E1fIN. Coal Company, Inc. COAL Smart Styles in Women's Foot Wear Exclusively MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE f'X -, E ,- ? rf f " ,! iff' nw 1-- ,- f,.y4-,AALL4 i, K, 1' X 1 1 lllllll 3 G' 1927 OLE M155 e, is K . , T 4 Sr 'Ii??12If-W f m e , .I i!iIi555i'?Z1g3'2f. mu' A, gg It ' f 311 J f ' . Il 1 ' ji '-5' "5 A L P ,I Y - J.Y ' if-V11 A,'T ' ' Williams Stores 4 STORES 4 JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI For Eds and Coeds THE LEADER OXFORD, MISSISSIPPI Capital, Surplus and Cl th, Stockholders' Liability 0 mg OVER Haberdashery, Hats S1oo,ooo.oo and Shoes For the Well Dressed Collegian n aa FIRST NATIONAL DUKE AND BANK LASETER OXFORD, MISSISSIPPI' JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI KIRKPATRICK COAL COMPANY MEMPHIS, TENN. MINI-:Rs-SHIPPERS cARI.oT Alabama, Kentucky and Illinois Coals for Particular Domestic and Steam Use-Smithing Coals-Coke Close Personal Attention Given Every Order Assures That "Right Now" Service You Have Always Wanted WHEN NEXT IN THE MARKET, YOU WILL SAVE MONEY BY ASKING KIRKPATRICK FOR PRICES 5' ,. 1 " I I , , S , SS S IIITQQNIIIIIIQ -AQ I F f il --f.?':f2 V -I 1927 OLE M155 J tc.. ,S ,et S ,LLL def f COMPLIMENTS OF West Kentucky Coal Company WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MEMPHIS, TENN. OUR SOUTH You, who are students at "Ole Miss." have a glorious opportunity to uphold thc traditions of the South and to take your place in the remarkable development that is taking place here. The eyes of the world are focused on the growth of the South-its develop- ment industrially. agriculturally and intellectually. No section of the world has taken such rapid strides as our own South. Consider the weight of the responsi- bility on your shoulders in upholding the culture and traditions of the old South and in preparing yourself to take an active part as the sons and daughters of Dixie in the glorious future that is ours. Mississippi and the whole South expect to be proud of you. The Hessig-Ellis Drug Co. R. R. ELLIS, President MEMPHIS LITTLE ROCK GOLF, TENNIS AND BASEBALL SUPPLIES PORTER HARDWARE COMPANY OXFORD, MISSISSIPPI All Standard Safety Razors and Blades, Diamond Edge Tools and Cutlery I f"' ,... ru. , 1 E' 41' 21:4 S -v ,'l2..ii lrll ,' L -Ht W .EZ G' - X Q, pawn . -S uS?J."I"':' , ' 1 "Ps G .,uA .11 0,5-x X ,,::,,-. ,-.IE ,f'65- -Q , , U' 5, -lx F N ,1 f ...f 1 f , nfl 'I x ' ' X x I 1927 OLE M155 -. -E E, Eff - E x J 7 'pn-v - -5 - : THE PRIDE OF MEMPHIS PANTAGES OFFERING THE BEST VAUDEVILLE and Feature Pictures Matinees, 15-30c: Nights, 20-50c: Saturday Matinee, 15 -50c If It Is Sold in a Drug Store BRAMLETTS Has It Your Trade Is Always Appreciated Bramlett Drug Co. OXFORD, MISS. COMPLIMENTS OF EDWARDS HGTEL l ,Z fb Ulf fx 1 U 1 I lf? ,I s - - f k-,K -IQLQYLMH L,Y,,f E, 1.927 OLE M155 is vig 'ii-f 4 ? MW LA e O ,L ,U -L - O I E9 -i ' v I . .H - , rj i 1-'.- H -. .z , 211-'iiwf 2. .5 4 sfzfiu- .fr-I-'a-. -f. vw M ?jg:,i5.-. :LF Twf :i4 lQSfS.3'fCZj '--,u L3:',p'h,L . 5? Rx-1:3 ll' 11.-:.e-it--ferr. j Q lawn- -px , B rJ'D"r "zulu i --f I , - 4 ' ' , tiff 1'- , , f , , 4:1 No Freak Toggery OF ANY KIND But CREATORS AND DESIGNERS of Ultra Smart Clothing. Haberdash- ery. Hats. and Footwear for Particular College Men. PHIL A. HALLE EXCHANGE BLDG. MEMPHIS COMPLIMENTS OF Jackson Baking Company JACKSON, Miss. "Trusted Thousands of Times Each Year" Gathright-Reed Drug Company OXFORD PHARMACY OXFORD, Miss. ELECTRICITY--THE GREAT EMANCIPATOR No wise husband allows his wife to do by hand the old, heavy tasks of wash- ing. and sweeping. and pumping. and sewing. With cheap electricity, and with electric lights and power lines reaching far out into the countryside. we have learned that it is bad sense and poor economy for any woman to do any work whirh electricity can do for a few cents an hour. Broader Use of Electricity Lightens Burdens and Increases the Comforts of Home Life The Mississippi Power 25 Light Co. "HELPING TO BUILD MISSISSIPPI" C. P. COUCH, Vice-Prseident . 5 ff 1 U I lf? V T O "mi A i W ff militia GSH 1 EY 1927 OLE MISS - f se.l,'jQf5f.I.,4 . - ooo 1531-!?av'ffl'i'4: ' .,e3ffnf5f45e-.A-3 X K :.'1.-if ,gf 4.-.Tx f 1-f' gi, LXAFX J 'N D ff e - ' 31-ai , ' 'ang' f-:QV 6,2 'ig - Il"lf A ' +V YATES AUTO AND CALL FOR GRENADA GARAGE CO. ICE CREAM Complete Line of Automobile ws PURE Accessories Repair Department Operated by First-class Mechanics CC, PHONE I9 OXFORD, Miss. GRENADA, M155- THE Geo. W. Buffaloe TEA HOUND Cafe "On the Square" FOOD WE WELCOME THE OLE Miss FIRESIDE STUDENTS FROLIC OXFORD, Miss. F. L. LINKER JAs. STONE GEO. F. HEARD PHIL CARNATHAN President Vice-President Cashier Assistant Cashier BANK OF OXFORD ASSETS TWO MILLION DOLLARS A . F ,nu U.. , - L L- L, - fflkmiiiil L . - 1927 OLE M155 tr.- , ,tr We ct, Q I MN I iw UNIVERSITY SANDWICH SHOP TOASTED BREAD, LETTUCE. TOMATOES AND MAYON- NAISE WITH EACH SANDWICH MONROE Adding Calculators R. A. WALTERS, Representative 228 Dermon Bldg. MEMPHIS, TENN. PY MESSRS. SOLLIE COHEN and WEBB BURKE Have kindly consented to per- sonally handle all objections to the '27 "Ole Miss." Gripers are urged to register their objec- tions immediately The Douglas Undertaking Es- tablishment, Oxford, is offering reduced rates to the objectors A Sgifiiiiq Et. Ecifriigfiiieiits A - 3 4 ' i 'Circle ine morliib TQ Wu" 'B swarm ' Caulog Quality and Service In PRINTING Personal and Fraternity Stationery 153231. THE OXFORD EAGLE G. w. WILLIAMS, Mgr. I I P .Z fx. f U X -C 7,2 D , I A I ,mihnlim J 1 I I -j:f'vf- , """"I'W"""' " """"'1""" 'S "" ' 3 iff' "ie, 4 .. I 'I il THIS BOOK PRINTED BY BENSON E3 E Q f I I I I I 2 2 I i 5 I Il Mum I 2 1 I LARGEST COLLEGE ANNUAL PUBLISHERS IN THE' WORLD 9 ,gr , I HIGHEST QUALITY WORKMANSHIP f SUPERIOR EXTENSIVE SERVICE I, . ENSOH la PRINTING co. ' NASHVILLE, Q QTENN. ! i rx1c:OLI.1sGE ANNUAL HEADQUARTERS- I s 11. 1 x 1- i FINE annuals, like brilliant victories, are brought about by the co-or- dination of skillful generalship and trained effort. The jahn 81 Ollier Engraving Co. is Americas foremost school annual designing and engraving specialist, because in its organization are mobilized Americas leading cre- ative minds and mechanical craftsmen. THE JAI-lN 81 OLLIER ENGRAVING CO. ' Photographers, Artists and Makers of Fine Printing Plates for Black and Colors 817 W. WASHINGTON Bun, CHICAGO ,E , 1 92 7 0 LE M155 - x if x , , , mu' l 1 3 Q n . 1 -ooo f 'Tru 'n In 1 4,1 ' 1 .,xx.,. ,HV f'f,f "4 1, X 'H 5211: I 1 K Q 'I' ni 1, .Tx fk I 511 4 L ' UA. " f -i.,,,g,, -,?3 V f f-AL V V i ii D Autngrapha ,w U4 , . l ' , , lfyuhn 'XNQ - A i . 1927 OLE M155 I 1 If H ' ,'.1' g 1 cs if x.' ' E x x - I ,- 1 Q U Q ' If-v-f .. 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