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MCILWAIN suslnsss MANAGER '1933 OK ITIISS I-SVN A YEAR BUCK PUBLISHED BY THE SENIOR CLASSES if UNIVERSITY OF MISSISSIPPI UNIVERSITY, MISSISSIPPI FODKWOPZD THIS issue ot the CLE MISS is another chapter in the history ot the student activities ot The Univer- sity ot Mississippi. cw cw The purpose has been to record the campus life during the year. cw Q01 It it will add to the joys ot rerninisoenoe in later years to turn through the pages, the staff will consider its efforts Q Well rewarded. COUNTS f The C asses 01' anizatiens Lf Ath etics Features f , H46 To Thomas Charles Kimbrough Ph. B., LL. B. '01 Cultured Scholar, Faithful Teacher, Loyal Friend, Ex- emplar ot Loving Service to the Youth of Mississippi, this volume ot Q 0 L E M l S S 5 is affectionately dedicated DEDICQTIOU THOMAS CHARLES KIMBROUGH BOARD OF TRUSTEES Ex-Offcio GOVERNOR MARTIN SENNETT CONNER, President . . . , . Jackson Members wbose terms expire February 22, 1944 RT. REV. WILLIAM MERCER GREEN, Chairman ..... 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K 1, fix- 'R ff 44- A 'Ex S E N I 0 R S SCHOOL OF LIBERAL ARTS VIRGINIA ADAMS CIIARLESIONI P N of ll C E ANDERSON x CII XRI FSIONT I xl lIlll11"ll'll1 glllll I Q'IlIII1vt AMES HARRIS ARMSTRONG Bf 0 fl X' VAIDFW olnu ANNISILIIL 'll A WILBUR D BICKERSTAFF 'IISIIOMIWFO IQII I PIINIIIIJII M N I Nlllglll ISIIIIL cIIIIIIIttII lllll fllllllll I A T BRILEY 'I CORINTH O B III I ex IMP 'II '3 Tlsai I I NIIESI'4sIppI'1II 'Iff 1 mx II fl III 4 Fdlt Ole- D Iss IIIIIIII Nuxs 10x 9 I Asxofutv E I Ol 1 Edlto 1 I I 4 Exe-Iutlxp to c N III G11 Hrwe DmmIttI I Qc mm Dqnc-I I umml ev ll qlgllll fL Plex IlltlIlllLl0lli1 RIIIIIDIIS C I '3 X Cahmet BUIIIIIXID QOIIIITIILLPP CLYDE MARGARET BRYANT 0 COFFEEVILLE QPCIQIQIW of 9tI1dIIIt Borlx Fxwfutlxe' Cfwunml XIFC Preelrlent and PTlQlf1lIlt Df IxllJ1J'1 LIII Musxcal SUIOIIIX X f'1hlllCt DFTUIHLICS qE'I'llOI' NIIIIIDIITII 1omm1ttIc Pan Hellenlf' Council Plvsldent f LIIIN Glee Club XE-Qpen LommItteI J- 'Grlff ,rW4J9!s PAGE HK' X SCHOOL OF LIBERAL ARTS S E N I 0 R S RAE BRYANT SA NFORD uf- Key: P'e-.'i1-Ant Y. M. C1 A., ?ZIg Y Wzxh' ' , . 2 fl. , Tl'f'11S- -1-1' . litll' Y "uhh , 'EL' sun- fommit '32, 'TZXQ Spox'tS Ed- ' ' ' 1 1134 ', 'IXLQ t'l'lH2lt'2 I 1-1 fuvif- x , GEORGE MALLORY BUFORD OKOLONA .K-w'mQe, 1, E, , CARL I-I BUTLER CULFPORT 'usident IIltPl'fl'l1tt'I'llify f'OLlUf'ilQ H-Jrmae-an L'te1'm'y S -is-tyg Cur- 'ml " ,Q ' Q' v' -, L L 3 Tl'l32lSl1l'Q'F't'SlXI1121l1 'l:1ss. EDA DABBS A A A QUITMAN .T dson 1, L' Alabama, ... ROME TURNER DABBS , QY, SHAYNON BI8diI""Ll Club, VIRGINIA DAVIS B.f1. X Q MOOREH EAD BA Bl 1 A l U llltf 1 4 UI Ill! X 1 let V, D H4 tue u tm H Hmfl I nk .' H 1nI1t lux S tv BA E A IC, fb B K, H I' Bl S . " 3 BA fp h qi PI 4 I m 4111. club X fillllltt 7, Z, 4 1 1 1 BA U I 7, 0 BS H lx 'Ia lx XI W- . l X. 0 ,4 f A PAGE 'fi 2 5 X , .f - . ' S E N I 0 R S SCHOOL OF LIBERAL ARTS CORRIE E. DENNIS I R4 l",XYlC'l'I Ii M. S. I' NY., lp 'I'n-:AN1 '-- ' ' ' ' ' II I X XX. 1 . .X.. ll'l'Sl1ll'lll XY. GMX 'Ill u 0' '. ,' - Ill ll N 'NIH-I1 nt IIHIH, 1, In-lmlmu 'l'--'nm Xlmunl Walt 1 BESS Down B.,-I. MlfNllIiNIl.Xl.l. W. T. GAIN ES 12.41. 4, ll 4, XUKA 1, H ' . l.'IlIl.l1lUll 4 lub, 2, Illrmzlvalll I " W. DOUGLAS GARDNER .w. ,'. I IIN BA. K E SALTILLO M. U. .L K. S.: Hlllt' Km-yg Hwl Vlulug I'rvsiz1e-nt Y, 1, Stulim-nt TFVIIS' 111'-Ar, 43 Gym 'l'v:lm, 35 Iimnl, 1, 43 Inh-1'1'rutn-rllity l'+111nf'il, 43 Slu- 1l-'lll llzxnm- lmlxlllxittn-1-3 lflxn-wlltivv 1'uul11'il3 Vluss l'l'1'SllI1'Ill. 15, -I1 li4'l'Illill'2lll I,i1v1':n'5 Sxwin-ly Fmmtlmll. 1, 2, Zig Stuff "ul-1 Miss," 1502233 Y l':1I:im-1, l, 3, ZZ, -lg '1'1'n':1S11xw1' Uxxl 1"luln, 41 Svllllll' lllYif1lfi0.' Vulnnlittw- FLORENCE GEE B..-I. A I' CARROLLTON Y Vnluirwt, l'11-siqlwlnt, 13 "MisNissippizxI1" Siu", Lg I ll ' 1w114'ln-1'1'-wIlw'1- 'i MRS. EDITH LORENA GRAY BJ. LrNlvERs1'1'Y R X., ., N A X " . ' :hh xx. XX ,E . X AQ 5. X .. ' OX K Xxx . ' K X' . xxx +..-- ,LA Ll. L-- 4. 5 , 5 il , ,H --,..lflf1 0 PAGE 26 SCHOOL OF LIBERAL ARTS S E N I 0 R S TIRAS G. GRAY 12.4. L'XIYIfRSI'IY Q MIRIAM GWIN BJ. Xi! I,EXING'I'0X, MISSISSIPPI W. XX, 4. .-X., I'r'-Ash!--111, lg BI. S 1'. XV.. I, I1 l'IYw'1ltix'-- I'v-llmlittw' va? I "ml-'nt 1'4.1m"1l' X1--v-I'1'vw1l'-lmt X KX 1' X Int-l'n'Y1 n-11 I' , . , , , , ,, ,.4 I .L wx . N-- Izntlunsl'l1xIv.hI'vlaI:11'3 5l'lll11' Plain, lg .-Xlllllllll St:1l'l. 1111111 "4ll1- Miss." DORIC DEBELL I-IAKES RJ. II K 'Il CATCIIINCS KAT1-IRYN HERBERT BA. ff' NI JACKSON llillsznps. I, 2, " SAMUEL BRIDGERS I-IERRON, JR. A' xv ' " KJ. KX DURAXT 4w4Q4' 1 u" " 'Y' " ' 7 -' N Iilu I 3, AIl.,I,,llIl.lII, 1, -, 4, Ixklslllvss Klzxlluuf-V, 43 IIlIA'I'- llllllvlllll ll'-lzltlwlw Vlulr " 'I 4' Iie-1'm'w'm III4'I4'lI'Y fvi tv 1 " " ', ,,'., . .4 . .-.11A',, -,. 42 Y. 11. V. A., I, 2, II, 4, JAMES BRAXTON HOWELL RJ. TY RO L.1..L5.1'.2AZiliiiiZ.,1?..LL5.,L-ff . Gui! . ...... L 0 PAGE N f ff 1 ff f l ,fi ff ' If f If X7 S E N I 0 R S SCHOOL OF LIBERAL ARTS NATHANIEL COLLINS HOUSE 11..-1. Q ll 14 -11, -1- II 5 EXIIJ 1':1I'1li11:1l VIIIII. 12: I'l'4'rl1ll'llI F"l'l1I1111111'1' f'I:1SS1 ,X111111:1l S t-'1'1'1':1l-f1'1111y 1'111111w1I, U, Zig Y11'---l'1'-S11lv11l 11111-1'!1':1l--1'i11ty 1 I itl Sli 1141111-1' c'111111111lt11.-, Zig l1:1111--1 4'11111l11I' V11111111 1-11, 2 Zig 11 IL 11 7 l X s N 111 1 ,rm11g,'. MORRIS ALVIN HUNT I3..1I. IMI 'V 111- 'ullllf il "' X 11lvl1l .' N- ll li 'I' OXFORD CI1111h1-1'I:1111l l'lliX' ISII51 1: lllssissilnm N I Hull--2--, W. ROGER JONES 12.4. VVOODVILLE ELSIE PAULINE KILGORE BJ. CRES,-XDA VERNA LAGRONE BA. OXYORD DAVID WILSON LONG BJ. R E SALTILLO -1 -1 "r ' '. " ' f R- '7-1, xx , X -1 A I, .Q X K , .. I X V 'X ,sr X. -,, I . X1 "If:-RQQ 'y - x . XXX .X '-, 'xx -xx S ...al O X xx . ' -X ' 0 PAGE 28 Svllifjrl' Y CHI "Mississippin Irlivrlmtiwllzll SCHOOL OF LIBERAL ARTS S E N I 0 R S LOUISE Love X Q YAZOO CITY finvgtg "4iIx- Miss" Stuff, 2, 43 Pzwsidf-llt l'g111AH1-llflniv, 4. PATIENCE MALVINA MCCOOL 11-4. A A A CANTON u," 1. 2, 33 'filo Miss" Annual Staff, 2, TZ: Sw-rptary Hr-lntinlls Vlulv, 35 Sw-rvt:u'y Vluss, lg Sl'l'I'l'fQll'y Latin Vlulr, 21 I':1n-Hvllvnic tfmxlllvil, 3. SAM D. MCILWAIN KJ. Il G II VVAYNESBORO M. O. A. K. S3 Buiinvss AI1lllllf.,'Pl' 19243 "UIQ Missug Y Cubinvl, 4. EDWARD ARTHUR MCLELLAN BA. SUMNER LAURA T. MARTIN , I?.:I. A Z UNIVERSITY IJiI'Q'f't4ll' In-1m1't1m-ut of Music. ANN MAY KJ. X 1? SUMNER XYQ1rd-Uvlmont, 13 Vnixw-rsity nl' XYismmsi11, '13 S1-wl'otg11-y Plugs, jig Annual Stuff 4: L1-gislulixv Vullnvil, 523 1511-.A Vluh, 45 Y. XY, gj, A, 0 PAGE N U AMA? 21:21 L, L. j, B, , 8' . .Ak 'ft V.: 1 I f 1 SENIORS O S Ill 1 Y l"1him-tg Ilxtl-l'l'r':1t1-rnity 1'nuns-ilg Vim-E-I'n'si1II-:TL Phi Signing SCHOOL OF LIBERAL ARTS RICHARD ALBERT MILLER BJ. II K 'I' DKIQVV 'l'l'4-:Is11l'1'x' Vlglss, 4. ELIZABETH MONTJOY RJ. 'I' NI CRICFNVYOOD Em-1'11livl' 1 unvilg I':1n-III-II--ni-' Vuunwil. GORDON L. MORRIS B..fI . .p K xp VI'OODVII.I.Ii Y. M. t'. A., 1, 12, IK, 4. HOWARD A. NELSON BA. A 'I' TUNICA fI2ll'III!lflI I'IllIl, lf: Stunlvnt Assistant, 2, 4, SAM V. PACK 13.51. 'I' K 'I', .X 'I' I'I LAUREL "M1ss1ssippi:ll1" Stuff, WILFORD ALBERT PAYNE B..'1. LA LYDERDALE S1-niwx' Y 1,':1hin4'l. Ii -. . 'X fox XXX ,Ax .L ,s. X- . -Xi OXI, X X , R. . IX X' .. N X L X-.-A P- .-iq-, -- 0 PAGE 30 SCHOOL OF LIBERAL ARTS S E N I 0 R S PRINCE HOLCOMB PITTMAN lm. CLEVELAND Di-ltzi Stzitf- '1'i-avlif-i's, 1, 2, " MARGARET PRICE BA. A A A OXFORD DAVID MONROE UINN, R. BA. B 0 H, fl' H E, ll T, H .Y 'IL II K H, fl' H .Y INDIANOLA i Iiitwi't'i'ah-i'iiity Council: M. U. A. K. S.: Pre-Sidi-nt Scriliiilers, 3, 45 Sf-rn-t:i1'y Scrihhli-rs, 23 Clif-ss Ti-nm, 1, 2, 22, 43 Eclit-ii' "Vox," 21 I Iii-inizivzul, 123 Lutiii 4f'1ul-, 1: 'I'iw-'isiiiw-i' Eta: Signifi Phi, 2: '1'I"'Z'lSlll'l'I' Pi Kappa Pi, 43 Ilonur Iimll, 2, 123 1'i'osiii1-in Phi Eta Sigma, 31 In- t--rilzitiunzil Ii-ilatiuiis Vluirg .Ximuzii Sfziff, 43 "Mississippi:iu," -1: Chess Champion, 2, 3, -ig --YH Vzxbiiiet, 2, 4 Nu i O PAGE 3I 5 .' -1"--t4i1'y Sigma Upsiloii, 111 Bllllll, 3. LLOYD D. RITTER BA. E X TUPELO Owl Club, Y Cabim-t, 3, 43 Soiilliwi-ste-rn, 1, 2. STOKES V. ROBERTSON, R. BJ. KA, xi, UAH, IIKA JACKSON Millsaps, 1. 2, ETHEL MATTIE SANDERS BJ. LONG VIEW' T! i 14,f,.'.f . fff - S. S E N I G R S SCHOOL OF LIBERAL ARTS LOUISE N. SANDIFER BJI. fl' M ' CREENWOOD SI-niur Dun f-m' Cflllllllifllllx, -1: Assistant Adv'-I'tisiIIf,: Xuilllilf-IPI' "Mis sissim:i:III," 143 'I'l'l'1lSlll'1'I' Y. XY. C. A., -13 .Alllllllll Slllfll, 41 Amlvortis Ing M:II1:1I:I-I' "M" H 1,1v lc, Zig 1,112-l!,l'H!'llil' CUIIIII-il, '15 M. S. C. VV. WILLIE PEARL SARTIN BA. A A A HATTIESBURG JEFF D. SMYTIHIE BA. fl' A 9, X II E KOSCIUSKO DAHRA LUCILLE SNEED BA. ECRU BERNICE STEVENS BJI. A A A SENATOBIA Dance Committceg Publivation Councilg Pan-Hellenic Council. TOM KING SWAYZE BA. A If SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS Bl - ' - '- E' ' ' UL Ixq, M Llub, Puotbzlll, 1, 2, 3, 4, Bilscbzlll, 1, 2, . . 3 4 h fi ALTO" f I 4' " I -. K 3.5 , 5,1 X I X ' x Xxfafgk PAGE ' -. 5-x ' - 32 X X X '.,,. X, I WIN. "T H , SCHOOL OF LIBERAL ARTS S E N I 0 R S CHARLES SUMNER TINDALL BH4. A W, I H E, 2 T, H R n INDI.-XNOLA BI. 0. A. K. SZ Blume K'-yi Uzlnnl, 1, 23 Trm-k, 13 Y Vgilnim-I, 1, 12, 4: Xvi4'P'L'llZliI'YlIH?l, 2, S,-I-I'+'t:nI'y. 4: Latin Pluhg Hmwiizioani Ti'41-asurer Of I CIIISS. 532 Gym T:-nm, 31 llitn-I'II:itiulI:il I-lvlzilimis Vlulv: Sr-Iiior Ad- ViS0l' Phi NIR Sit-211121, 42 Pro-siilviit Pi Kupfla I"i, -ig T!lj'l'WF Medal in N I 1 I i Y. I Cm' B Mzntlli-Iimtics, 3. AGNES CALHOUN TRUSTY BD4. XS? GRENADA GFI.IlHliH Collvge. 1. 2, ROBERT MYRL WALDEN BD4. Eli, E BOONVILLE 1'li'aIIIz1ti1.-S3 I'hi Sigiim. WILLIAM H. WATSON, JR. BA. K E PELAHATCHIE Annual Stuff, 35 Y Cairiw-t, 1, 2, 3, HOWARD SARVEN WILLIAMS, BD4. E A E GREENVILLE I, C, A., 43 Mwiif-nl Cluhg Axsistzmt Bugin-ESS B nual, 33 Gym T--um. I SCHOOL OF LAW FRED A. ANDERSON, JR. LL.B. IIKA, AXII, fI'.3'iW CLUSTER JR. Ifuiazer of An- I Vluhg I'1'Qs1cl--nt hviiim' Law Viuss. Tiw-115111-I-11 2, X11-if-i'1'i-Qiwlwiit -I S3 O PAGE 33 SENIORS Pl. ,. ti 111 ' ' ' SCHOOL OF LAW GEORGE H. CAMPBELL 1l,.lf. I 'I' If, 'I' .3 'I' YAZUU l'I'l Y NELSON RAUCH CAUTHEN LLB. C.f'IN'IUN I'l'i-slilvlil Linn Svlimii EVERETT E. COOK LLB. 'Il K 'If GL'I.FPOR'l' Assistant l'IfIitO1' 'TII1' Missng "Mississippi I.:1w .lnul'l1:il" Stuff. TOM LESLIE DARDEN LLB. A li IC, 'I' K .X IIERNANDO Illui- K1-yg ldslitm' "MiSSisSip1-i I,:1w .I1Illl'll1lI"I Ihisiiu-Ss M:111:11.:--1' I.:1w .IIIlll'll1lI," 3 A, 1. ' " "W ' ' ' I I 1 A. lx, N.. In Snln-nt I In FII-Zlllil, 33 Phi SiL1111:1 I'Il'l'NIIIIl2Ill Iilvilulg II:111m- 4'n111111it21-1-3 X' 'l'r.1:1S111'v1' il' B ' 'l Oli Irilutulx X 'NI 1 X I INIIIIIII 11111 ' 1 .A, .. Y , . f rw UJI1 A . . . . . , ., .g - 1 L1 -1 1, Lg I1-I+:1li11L1 l'ulll1wil I GLENDER DENNIS LLB,B4L laI,L1SVII,I.li ll Nllglllil, I, 2, 1, lip l'1'-isidf-lik, Hg Y. M. V, A., 1, TI, Ti, vig I'llIP I N 4uu11w1l, :ig Studi-111 ASsiSt:111l I.il11'z11'y, 53 S4'r'I'l'IZlI'y 11111 li1m1wIi11g' Vluh, li. W. D. DONALD LLB,B.L +1i+,+.xA MOREIIEAD Ii4':1- Miss Ifmjvti-znll, l. 2: I11t1'1'I'1'z11-l'1iilx i'u111I11iltw1f4.11 lvilivl-S' I7'lll1'1 IIIIIIIIIIII Iwi' ' I NI , L, Il, 3 .'114Iv11l l,J.llif'1' 4'11ll1111iItw-, 31, lg Sn-1"-1 U' ' ' iitux N1 nn-11 1,z1w Flaws, Ii, k.x3N ik 0 PAGE 34 M4 1 SCHGOL OF LAW BENTON W. ELLIOT LL.B. -1, K xp RIPLEY JACK HILTON EWING LL.B. I'4fiIT,'bA-11,2 T GLOSTER Bluv Kf-yg Davin-lor ffl' Arts, 'filg "Mississi1i1vi:in," Th-1mi'tPi', 1, As- sistant I'I:1itOr, 2 N1-ws 1-Zliitwr, 23 Eflitur. 51 liriitfu' Y. M. C. A, "H:1lidi+fmk," -1: Ifhiitfir 'tI'1l'l'ShIll2lIl Tli1-mf- Ilvviv-W," 2, ST, 45 "Law .Tnui'n:1l" Staff, 33 Stuilviit Assistant in English, 3, 43 Sturi--nt As- sistant in I,ll1l'ill'X', nj Pin-sifif-nt Class. 2, 'I'i'--:isuiw-r. lg Fw-shman Rus.-Iuillg De-latin: Ti-um, I. II: TN'l'2ltl" 14fll1ll4'll, Sevrc-tary Of DQ- hut-' f'O1iiivi1. 33 Ib-i'1i1:1'-mi I,ite-1-ziry Sm-ivt3'. 'I'I'l'HSllI'k'I', 1, Si-vi'+-fairy, 2, I'1lI'lillllll'llf1lIifill, 3. 425 Y. M, I", A, Vziliiii--t, 3, 4, Studs-:it Rody Exf-'-lltivv C'uunwil, 4: M1-iiiiu-r Mississippi Stzlta- Huusv of Iivp1'e-s1'n- tntive-s, 01 4'f1I'i':-spwiiwl--lit ful' Nvw Hrlwlns "Timvs I'iv'2lXllI1lf"' null "M:-mphis Ev-111111: Allyn-ul." 3, 4, 3, 413 1'h1iiriii:ni. I'iiivi-rsity Auxil- iary of Yming Iv--iii-wi-nts nf .Alll1'I'i4'2I, 625 Sn-iiim' Vnils and Gowns fifvY'I1'lHitfve'. inittvv. fl, O. 43 Iiitf-i'Ii'utv-riiity Vmliivil. 51. 4, 5: Stuihiiit Tizllivv C'frr11- 4, 51 1111:-1-t'i-antvriiiiy tmulif-il, 2, 4. 3: Stmlviit Imiwv Cniiiniitti-v, 2. 3, 4, 5: Illtl'lilAI'2ltt'l'llifY Imiiv-if Voiiiiiiittee. 52,43 Intvr- Mississippi 0 PAGE 35 nnli--11:41 Rwl:ltioiis1,'1L1l.' sig llmiitnr, 3. OSEPH CHARLES FEDUCCIA LL.l3., B..f1. CLEVELA ND BROWN C. HAIRSTON LL.Ii. X X, A E H CRAVVFORD Hl'l'Tllll1'Illl. WILLIAM I-I. I-IEWITT LL.B. E X, fl' A A JACKSON ff'fvl1pg:.,. RA.: Sf-win-tau' Juiiiur Floss: Iiiti-i'I'i'utPr1iity ll'0lll1f'i1Q Y Vubiiir-t, 43 M. H. A. K. S. PAT D. HOLCOMB LL.B. 'I' A U: fl' A A CLARKSDALE I.ilu-qirizm Law Svliwflg M. U, A. K. S. -.Ag Qs: f i I -7' - ,' f '. ,f , , 14"-"iff ' SCHOOL OF LAW OLIVER M. I-IORNSBY LL.B. X N, 'l' K A, fi' A fl' NATCHEZ Blue Key. BERT I-I. JONES LL.B. mln A fp MADISON .-1.ssm-intv I-Iflimr "Law .I0lll'llIll." THOMAS LAFAYETTE MCHANEY LLB 'I UPFI O VICTOR BOYD PRINGLE LLB BILOXI CP T1 A h mt nun P R I UllILlt11llfX Cfnlluxl SAM ROANE LL B Y' OXFORD Bllw IX x N 1 Nl NIPDVIIIQ 1 Dnrc Ole Huw- Bfmfl ldf nt D lutm v X L uhm t Stumlffnt BO EXQkllIlX 1 nlttee Uh Mus Musn al 1 lub 3 Plesldu RAMSEY RUSSELL LL B TI Ix A GRBENVILLE xlClul1 N 111t'11N Jun or NE r ETYB. -ff' at i fm X PAGE A x 1 1 J I 1 l 1 l l 1 SCHOOL OF LAW K. SHELTON SKINNER, JR. I,L.l3. I X MACON lllll I-'rmtlmlllg S 11111-1 '11 111- '11 Ill m- '11 ' IH1111'1- 1 II l 1 II I ll 1 1111 111 , 1. I1 Q fl 1111111-'11, 'fill Hllrilln-fx 1lg111z1Lg1'l' "1il1' RUSS " "I ' 1111111 111111 I l1 1 11 '1' I 1'1'v-sidvllt , .12 ' 'nssg -IU1111'-111-'l1iv1' "HI-1 Miss," '- ' ' I 11 1 ,..., he 111111 II R 1 1.'11111111itt1-1,-. 'SIL ROBERT W. UPCHURCH I,L.l3. .11 K 11, COFFEEVILLE I SCHOOL OF MEDICINE AUBREY A. ADEN 12.5. and ,llrdinll Cv1'1I,51'11lf E N, il' X V.-x1.1,15Y PARK Mediwnl Club, WOODARD DAVIS BEACHAM HS. and .'llr1li11al Crrfifimr1' li U H I Y 11 A IIATTIESBURG B..-X., 'ZI2. ROBERT BOYD Jllrdifal Crrfifmfv A '11 A, 111 X HIGHLAND PARK, ILL. RIC-diCaI Club. GEORGE CLARENCE CARLSON 1'U4'1f1r'1ll Cr'l'Iffi1'lIl4' H K A. +1 K 'I' QUITMAN DIlfdiCfll Club. SENIORS I-1t1'z11af1'111tv I11xi- , 0 PAGE 37 x' fi 'Ss I ,f .1 15557 ' SENIORS SCHOOL OF- MEDICINE G. T. CRANFORD, JR. Mrdiml Crrlifrafc' E KI' IC, 0 K 'I' SIZMINARY INIIIIIII-:ll Club. O. B. CROCKER Mfcliml Cfrlifralf 0 K 'If SARITPTA I'l't'SIlI4'lIt S1-iiiul' Mvclivzil Class EVERETT G. GRANTHAM, JR. fI'II'fIil'l1l Crrlifmlc A K I-I, 'I' X VVEST POI NT IIZIIWIIIIZII Vlulsg Owl Plulm: M1-cIir'1il Vluhg III, U. .L K. S.: l'r1-sid:-nt XXII-mlif-al Club: llonm' Rfvllg Flllllvllt Assistulitdiip. EVERETT M. HARRISON Illfdiral Cfrlifrale H K 'I' JACKSON Virw'-lllw-Siflerit M--dir-:ll Vlub. WALLACE ARNOLD HULL Mffclifal Crrliffrale I-9 K KI' DEKALB Tiwasiiivi- Medical Cluhg S1-1-iw-tary and Tl'L'llSllI'PI' Thr-ta Kappa Psi. ROBERT L. JOHNSON Mrdical Cfrlififale II K A, 'IP X TUPELO Bluv K1-yg Vic'-O-Piw-siclmit Sf-nioi' Class: Ifuiwlixinl Club: Dzmvv Com- mittw-, Il, ,Ig Owl Clubg T11-zlslxi-1-1' Class, 1, 25 IllIL'l'fl'Elll'l'IlIIy Coun- cil, 3. , 1 "3 jff".Z1L'EZif!f 3-. ' . QLE'f1l'l."7'.. ' .NY O x . ' .,X, 0 PAG E A. . xi-'FN as SCHOOL OF MEDICINE JOHN MORGAN KELLUM Jllfdiml Crrlifcate TI K fb, 0 K 'I' HOUSTON I'I1i Sigmag Mvdivnl Cluhg C'l1muistVy Club: "Missi 4 J W 1 J 0 PAGE 39 T I I J E 2 1 E lNIfmitm', St udf-nt Assistuntslmip. WILLIAM HENRY LACEY Illrdifzzl Cl'I'fi'Hfl1fE A K E, 'I' X HOLLY SPRINGS THOMAS C. NAUGLE Hlrdiral Cfflififllff' A K K, 'Il X WEST POINT JOHN WILLIAM PENDER Jllrdiral CP!'fifl4t'tll6' fl P Ii KOSCIUSKO Y Cabinet, 43 I11t91'frutf-1'r1ity lf'Ollll4'ilj T1'l"2lSlll't"l' 1" Mefclical Roll, 3, 43 Phi Sigmzxg BJt'1Jil"2ll Clulv. CLARENCE D. PRITCHARD Jlflfdiml Cfrlifimte H K A, 'I' X OXFORD Mmlical Club. EMMETT RAY, JR. Illrdiml Crrlifimln' X I' Ii KOSCIUSKO Cluhg Dance L'U1111nitt.f'v1 Pllblicaliwlls Qi1.1,iz1n" Staffg lass. 4: Hmmr 1 nuucil. SENIORS O f ," N SENIORS SCHOOL OF MEDICINE OWEN ROYCE, JR. Illrrliml CI'l'fifI.Nlfl' ,I fl' U lp K ' 1soI.A KI. U. .X K. 23.2 MI-4Iiu':1I Vllllng I-'mvIIv:lIl. I: 'TI'1'il5lll'1'I'IIIIISSI II' In lm-l'l1':It1-rnily Umlxn-II. III I W. SLAUGHTER .IIIf'fH1'111 C1'l'Iff1Yll1' .3 K IC, 0 K 'I' MIERIIJI.-IN .y -I . ' . , .., .., I'1's-Nlslvllt II'm4I " 'I' "'NIiQNiwi111ui'nlN" " I' CII'-11 . . ,...., . . ,. .r,', Vluh Int--x-ll':nI--rnlly' IIUIIIIVII, Ig M. H. A. K. 5.3 Alf-Ilivnl Vluh I'l'PNIfIs-Ill DOMINIC TUMINELLO .Illfrfifrll Cfffififllff H K 'I' GUNNISGN MI-1li1'nl Club. FRANK A. WOOD Jwrrliral Cfrlifiralv 0 K NI' LENA Flrst YI-:lr M1-Ilivnl Vlussg I'r--sirlvut 'l'IwI:n lizumm Psi: S.-lliur Y Val-im-tg II4'I'1llIll'illlQ 'l'r.1'k 'IH-'un, 3. O SCHOOL OF COMMERCE WALTER BERNARD BARLOW 1z.S.C. BUDE B. 9. U. Cuunr'iIg TI'I'ZlSllI'I'I' Class. 4. CHARLES GRESHAM CARTER I2.S.C. K A IIATTIESBURG Millsaps. 1, 21 S. T. C.. 21. . ' Af' 4. . sf-.ya-V X ne' ,.- . ' R 0 PAGE - , 40 x Qjf-'K SCHOOL OF COMMERCE S E N I O R S LEE T. COSSAR I?.S.C. E N, A E IT CHARLESTON Blur- K1-yg Rnsvlulll, l, 2, Il, 4: Vim--I'rw-side-xlt Class, lg Bluv Kc-V l 1, 2, Plwsizll-Int, I1 l':u'1li11:1l Vlulf, 1. IZ. I'1'e-side-nt, 2, Hwl Club, 1, " 3, Presillvllt, Il, Animal Slslffg I,1l1ll'l' Vvmllllittr-l-5 M. U. A. K ,S.. Y. NI. 1'. A., 1, I, ZZ, -lg I'Ih'I'llllM'2lIl, 1, " ROY EUGENE Cox B.S.C. q, H 4. BHQMPHIS, TENNESSEE I'1w'sid4-:lt Vlzlss. 43 '1'uylm' M1-dnl: llmmr llllll, 23 Intl-rfrzntl-rnity Vuum-ilg Int--rlmt-,-1'11ity Ilznu-v Cwllnlllittue. MARJORIE EATON 1 I?.S.C. L PETHT l B. S, V. Cuunl-ili Sl,-Q-1-.131-y Clays, 3, . 1 E RADEORD ONES FEDRIC, R. , B.S.C. E A Ii GLENDORA 1 Blue Kvyi M. O. A. K. 8.5 M Vlulrg I'Il'!'1llIli'3ll, 1, 25 Y. M. K". A., 4, I Frmtbnll BIJlllZiQlf'l'Q IIll"I'IlllflOIl1ll lin-lzltifvxls l'luh1 "MissisSippian" Stuff, 1. 3 l AUBREY BEN FULTON A B.S.C. 4 E A I-I JACKSON lIf-:mu-'nm I.iteV:u'y Swiety. l 1 Blue Kvyg H OHN ALVIN GILLILAND B.S.C. S N, A X H NESBITT -Nucl 1f'l11-ml--:ull-1', 12, 4: Tr:'u'lc, 11 Ile Sl-nior Y Caljirngt, l'lll'U"lll I " 3 1 0 PAGE 4I if. SENIORS 0 SCHOOL OF COMMERCE KIRK ENGLAND HAYNES R.S.C, .E A Ii J O N If STOVE' N Bluv K--yy M. U. A, K. S.: Sc-niox' Y Cuhinut. WYLIE V. KEES I1.S.C. K ll MACEE Annual Staff, 3. LESTER SOULE MCELROY 11.S,C. H K 'I' OXFORD GORDON HILL MEADOR 1z.s.C. 'I' H S, H K H ELLISVXLLE Internzltirvnal R11-latilms Club, 2, 3, 43 Y Cabinet, 1, 2, 3, 43 Publi- vxltiun t"ounc-il, -lg Honor H0113 Studvnt Assismntshipp .Imnfs Junior College. 2. LAVELL CUTI-IBERT PIGFORD, JR. B.S.C. 2 N, A 2 H LUMBERTON M. O. A. K. S.: Seniul' Y Cabinet: Blue Keyg Annual Staff, 2, 43 Baseball, 1, 2. 3, -1: "Mississippian" Staff, 43 Ixntc,-1'l'1'ute1'x1ity Council, RAY R. RAMEY, JR. B.S.C. E X OXFORD xx xx- f. - , N '- - 'r. - .,3L' XS XXX 0 PAGE 42 SCHOOL OF COMMERCE THOMAS ARNY RHODEN 11.S.C.. 11.1. COLUMBIA 'il, fl, 13 T'l'1S1l1I1ll, 121 Y. 421111111-r, 1, 121 X Vluss, 213 I'lIi Siumzxi Ixllllllill Stzlff. HARRY CAGE ROBERTS I3.S.C. A 111, If H 2 CANTON xXIU ' . A. R. S.: Y. 121111111-I: 4'4I1'1li11zIl l"1uI,, . - . .L --. 111111 '11l1X 1OI11111I, 2, 53, 1: Y. Vrllvilu-I. 1, 2. IT, 1 M11 I 111 INIIII1 1 Yi-1 111111111111 ' llllllllllll, XI..--Inq 1 x111 IH 1111 1 2, 21, 43 gxlllllllll Stuff, 13, 4: M limlk h I 111 lub, 2, 11 Gynx IllNll'll4'1fhl', 133 lV72lll4'l' 4'--1111I11t I-J H 1 s111pl111'Sl:'1" Il' ' ' " ll, ,1l1.I11111.I11 l11t1I11.1tn1111Iy l':111+-1 1111111111 45 SII1111-111 Tlx--vI11ix1' "Ou11vi1, 1. AMES RICHARD SMITH B.S.C. A III, -1- II 3 INDIAXOLA II I 1f1'111ty 1'11I111fi1g 'l'l'!lf'1i, 13 fkljlll T-141111 1 4 WALTER HASSELL SMITH B.S'.C. A E H OXFORD Foutbzlll, 1, 2. WILLIAM T. TRUSTY 11.5.0 II K A WATER VALLEY O A fx Q Mississilq-i 1"1111-'gm 1: A1111I1z1l Staff, '31 Nr-111111 Lillrlllvf. ROBERT WALTER WARREN B.S.C. 2 X JACKSON 1 111te-1'11:1ti1-11:11 lhfluti--11s 4'l11l1, 3, 45 "BI15Q1N9llIl'l"l.l1 Ill 1 ' 1 "lll'1lll't, 3, 3, 43 1.v:111w- l'O111111itt1-Q. 45 11L1I111 Tp XJ' "J .aff 'f . 1' SENIORS 0 Bl lx , , NI. U, A, IX. h., III:II'1IIzIL-y Club, l'lI't'Sillt'llt I'IIIIliI'-Ilir ll - I' ' Pll2ll'IX1ll"X' Club, 1 9 G SCHOOL OF COMMERCE EDWARD Fox ZWINGLE B.S.C. slr K xl: IWCCOMB SWMV: .. .., ,- ,I I III5 1l.Iw, -, llll SIEIIIII, Sl'l'I't'IJlI'X SHOOL OF PHARMACY CECIL C. BROOME l'f1.C. I fl' li SUMRALL DONALD K. FELLDWS Pf1.C. A K Il, K 'I' ' COFFEHVILLE up NV. A , Y E. I fr r H , , . I E IIIIIII'11, 41 T11-QISIII' Y Culriuetg I.. S. U., 1, 2 DORMAN L. FURR PlI.C. K 'I' OXFORD Y7iCU-1,I'QSi1,10l'll CIIISS, 4. WILLIAM FRED RAWLS Pl1.C. K Xl' SUMMIT , ., U, XviC'9-Pl'l'Sif'li'I1f, 31 Vive-P I'rvs1Il--IIt Uluss. 3. LEE I-I. TRAPP Pl1.C. B 9 II NETTLETON I lm- Kvyg Ft,J'Pf,P2lll, 1, 2, 4, lf':IptuiII, 41 B21 itmg I'I'fIxiIleIIt M Club. .I, 4. .I, 1,1 'l'1lSL1I'1,'l', 4. vr A, S, B., 53 SQIIIDI' I'+1'siIleIIt Class, 'P Sulmll. 1, 2, 3, 43 Mon- . . . L 'E- 4J. Urs x' ., 1-, ' N4-. ' ' 'f-'T""1iiQ2EiiffiA.f XI! . ,X .. X, PAGE Ni -.X xxx K . 15X XX Q X x '4 HG SCHOOL OF PHARMACY S E N I 0 R S AMES EDWIN WISE Ph.C. K NI' ACKERMAN President Class, 25 Treasurer Class, 33 Pliarmacy Club. O SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING L. AUBREY BARNETT l?.S. in Engirzfrring A K E GREENWOOD J. P. FUTRELL B.S. in Ellgil1f1'I'i7lg I H +, A m E OXFORD E11giIlf'Pl'iF'1S Clllll, xYlL'f!-PI'PSl4lf?lll. -1: Delta Phi Epsilun, Ser-retziry, -I 3, TI'l'Z1Sl1l'9I'. . GARLAND WILSON HEARD B.S. in Erzgilzrrrirzg A 'l' E OXFORD C1100 Club. 1, 2, 3. 4: Sn-on-tziry Ifh-Ita Phi Epsilon, 4: Honm' Coun- f-il in Erlginefhi-ing S4-hnol, 23 B. S. U. Counvil, 3, -1, Tl't'FtSlll'E'l', 3. Y Y i Extwnsion t'haii'nmu, 4. LOUIS WOODSON PENNINGTON 1?.S. in Engim'r1'irzg fl' K '11, A flf Fl HOLLY SPRINGS Cabinet, 1, 3, 41 Honor Council, 2, 43 EIigineeI'ilIg Club, 1, 2. 3, 4, ws:--Presiple-iit. 3, Tren:-zllrer, -lg TreI1sIii'vr Vlziss, 33 Tl'l,'Z1Slll't'l'Cl21SS, -13 Public-atiuii Cuuucil, 3, RALPH BISHOP WINDERS B.S. in Er1yi111'r'ri1zy I + E NEWIALBANY I-'I'-'sich-lit Eriginmering l'lulJ: Pre-siduiit Vluss, 3, -lg Cliemistry Clulu, 25 Y Czdvim-t. 0 PAGE 45 E v' wx Q f -.-M X I CX xfg, M9 E 5 1 F v JUN , A lxlf' yo u lllxf if Jr, N NJ XX n lla X Z lk l ll W W l ff Q K If l L l .! 1 Lioj-1 ' CLASS PRESIDENTS ' ELKIN S, JACK ...... School of Liberal Arts NAT WALTON ..... .... S chool of Lan' LYNN D. ABERNATHY . . . . School of Meclicirze WILLIAM M. STALLWORTH . . . School of Conznzerve JAMES THOMAS PINKERTON . . . School of Pharmacy WILLIAB4 K. TRIMBLE .... School of Engineering I R S JUNIOR CLASS Q School of Liberal ITRANCES .AW'l'REY, fb M . . . . B..-I. lluwnrml l'0ll1':11', 1, llrrzn M. li,xnn1,lis', ll K A . . cArts . Ashvnle, An. -1 . XXVIIYEI' Valley BJ. llickmxx l.. BliRRYlllI.l. . . . . Learnerl Boll. I..Ul.lx Flmxcias Bnl1.INcs1.r:Y . .VVinona li.f1. 'l'nom.xs Bmcxsom . .... .Learned lZ.,'I. ROBERT lN1oN'm0MERY BOURDEAUX, fi, A 9 . . . Meridian B..4. "Alississip1-inn" Stuff, l 2. T45 Annual Sluft, 25 H1-rnwm-nn Lit- vrzlry Sw-vi-Jty, 1, 23 lntm'I'1':xtl-1'nity 1"num'il, 3g Monitor. 3. CHAR1,o'1'1'E CAPERS, fl, BI . . . . jackson B..'l. Millsaps, 1, 2. MERLE C'.A1'r:s, K A . . . . . . .jackson Bfl. .'xSSlSlZlllt 'Y'hI'4'l'lt'lllll'l', Y L'ubim-1, 1. 25 Sn-niox' Y f,'IlhillPlQ Annual Stull, 3. LINDA K. C'1..xvl'ox, X S2 . . . . Tupelo BJ. Al. it W.. 1, 2. HURT NELSON COERS, E A E . . . Meridian BJI. Annual Stuff, 21 M Bfnnlc Statf, 33 Intl-rnutional Rvlatinns Vllllrg Y Vgllvillvl. ISERTENA COIE. . . . . .Gulfport BA. Gulf Park 1, 2. Honzann QUITMAN DAVIS, A T S2 . . lndianolu HJ. If.-Yl'li.-XRINE DAVIS, A l', I1 K II, A A A . . L'niversity B..-1. '1':lyl4n' Mmlul in Bwltzmyg Y Calvixnft, 25 Vice-Vlcsiilent Pi Kfxjupil Pi, ll. VVILLIAM E. DENMAN, E N . . . Greenwood B..-1. PAUL A. DENT, E X .... . Macon BA. PAVL XV. DENTON, IT K A . . . Marks BA. Misslssippiuns. O PAG E 48 JUNIOR CLASS School of Liberal cv4rts HELEN DONALD, -D M, A A A . . . B..-I . . . Nloorhead Girls Glu- Cluh, Il: Fri-slinizin Y Cnhinct, 1. SARAH CATHERINE RAGLAND EsRRxOc:E, A A A . . Oxford BJ. GEORGE ALEXANDER EvERE1'i', fir A 9 . Indianola BJ. EUCENIA FLINN, fb M .... . Hernando BJ. XYzir11-Belinolit. 1. 2 NIATELYN FLOYD, X Q . .... . Jackson B..-I. MARY ELISE GIl,I.ESPIE, -if M . . Raymond B.,-I. Alillsaps, 1, 1' JEANETTE HARGIS, fb BI . . . . . Oxford B..'l. M. c", W., 1. LYTTLETON T. HARRIS, E A IZ . . . Tunica B..'1. H+-Vmzulan I.itf-i"1ry Soc-if-tv LOUisE HERRON, X Q, A A A . . . Durant B..-I . Vniversity of XVism-Onsin 13 Secrm-tary uf Junior Class, 33 Secretary XVOm:in's Studi-nt Govornmcnt, 2, 3: Latin Club. 2. 2: X'il'9-Pl'9Sifl'.1llI Latin Club, 33 Secretary Class, 2: Treas- ure-i' Alnlia Lambda D1-Ita, 23 Y. XV. CT. A.: .-Xnnufil Stuff 23 "Mississippian" Staff, 33 International Ri-lations, 2, 51. MARIANNE Hicics. A A A . . . . Laurel B..fI . Judson. 1, 2. VVILLIAM ELKIN SHELL JACK, A T Q . . . . Houston BJ. Presids-ni B..'X., 33 Senior Basvhall Manzigvrg Associate Editor "xlESSiSSiIlIDiflIl,n 2. ALLEN F. JONES, E X ..... . BJ. Se-1-rotary Class, 13 Basi-hall Numa-rul, 1, CHARLES NEVIN JONES . .... DEN1'AN B. JORDAN, THAO C. LOCKARD, J FLORA LOGAN, fb M 0 PAGE 49 B..-I. A T Q . . B..'l. R.,4:AO,fbHz B .1-I . ' ' inf De-Ita State, 1, 2. . Macon Bnsvlmall. 2. . .VVoOdvilIc . Gulfport . Bailey . Malvina ,,l, --., Q ut' as. 'mf lik JUNICR CLASS C SCHOOL OF LIBERAL ARTS l1'l,x.xw H.XMIiI.I'.'l I.x'1.lis, -If II fl' . ' :.. . NLARVIURIIC 1CI1,l1l4,N Ixxcll . . . If..l. ,IALSK Mcl71l.1., li A . . - . II..l. R. H. NIk'II.VK'.XlN, Ii U II . . . BNI. Annual hlnrlg X. 'll"llII'I. AL'liRliY H. Iwivlkiurufx, Is 9 II . li..1. MARY Brursx' M.xl.1m', K Z . . B..I. DrfI.1as1,x'N Ikiokmx, fl' M . . . B ..I. Mlm' I llllr, .1. . Oxford . Oxford . -lack-mx v U ny nesbnru . Sumner . I'l'liVl"l'SiIf . Ittu Benn VV.x1.'1-ER AVILSON hfL'RPHliY . . . Oxford 13.41. RLL'1'n AJYERS, A Z . . . . VVest Point B..A1. DOXNIS NORQL'IS'I', KI, AI . . . . . . Lexington I1..1. M. S. ci XY., 11 lfzxwlllty Tx'--nsnl'-'rg Svniul' Y., .21 Int1-l'n:1tifm.ul llvlllfilblli Vlnl-, 213 Annual Stzlff, 223 "Bl1ssiss1plli:1l1" Slillf, 23 Assnstunt Vin-wr 1.1-zulw, 133 '1'1--nslllw-r Girl' Glw- Vlulm, Zig Swph-P11101-.-.J1111iu1' Y. Vnlnill.-I, lirixsvngvrg Krswn Us'1'ER:v1Ax, A A A . .... Laurel BJ. 1h--nmrny flnll, 115111 '14.11n. X. XX. 1. A. hm-"lm-!:1l'yg Ilwusf- Vlw-sial.fnt liivlcs Hnllg VX'UIIlt'll'5 Stud.-nt 4'lm.-rnlm-111 f,0llIlm'll. Q Lraurn' S. Pmkcrf, fi' ll Z . . . . Falkner BA. Bon RAY, E A Ii . . . . . Canton 13.41. Y. M, lf. A.g Him- Vluhg Mississlplnul.. HERMQR1' G. REEDER, A T A. . . Haynewille, Ln. BJ. Fnotllnllq Track. SHIRLEY Rnmixsnx, A A A . . . . jackson 13.1. M. s. fi W.. 1. 2. . Fmxcfs CARo1.x'N ScnARH-' . . . . Corinth li..-1. M. s. C. w., 1, 2. 0 PAGE 50 JUNIOR CLASS I School of Liberal 04115 BELTLAII DELL SHARP, K E T . . . . Oxford BJ. YV. C. SPEER, JR., .A Alf, 'II I1 E, Blue Key . . I11d1Zll10l1l B..'1. 1'rvsIIl--Int 1'zIIwliII:1l Vluhg l'I'esiIlvIIt Phi Eta Sigxlung Muxmgz- ing Iimlitor' "Alississi1I1Ii:III": .-'Rss-wizltv Iilllllll' "AlississippizIlI"C Iiusiu--ss MaIIzIg'uI- "AI" Hook, 'l':Iylor Mwlzrl in I"I'uIIelIg 14'I'1-NIIIIIQIII lfoorlmllg I'w0I'l'l,LZll Ilelaltions lflllll. XVARREN M. STEVVART, K E, III II E . . Charleston l3..'1. EDWIN G. STONE, 22 X ..... . Laurel B..-I. Blur- KI-yg "Al" lulllllc llflllllfllf Fowvtlvznll, 1, 2. Zig Bnslu-llvzlll. 1, 3, Cl, Trzarlc AIIIII:Ig'eI'g 1'rI-Riel.-III Class, 1. GARXE'll1' LOVE STLIRDIVANT, X 52, A A A . . . Glendora 1 8.11. hult lurk tollrege, 1. VICTOR H. TORREX', JR., E II, E ...... Meadvllle BJ. 4':II'1lIII:Il Vllllll Bznsf-lmll 1, 2, il: l"I'r-SIIIIIQIII Stunt Nighty Y Vzllvilwtg 1l111'JllI1lll'Hl Ilswlin-tlvzlll, 1, 2. XV. J. PFREMAIXE, JR., K A ......... Jackson B..-I. ANNIE M. XVEINBERO, A A A, II E IIv,1'IK H, K Z , Imlianola BJ. l.:IliII 4'luII, l, 2. fl, X'ivo-I'Iw-Qulelut Y. XV. V. A. l'zIlIiIII-tg III- lt'I'II2lllUl1ill in-l.ILIIIIIs Vlulvg Basln-tbzxll, 13 Hourly- Roll, 1, 23 Taylor' Ml-Ilul III I.:ItiIIg Tl't'2tSlll't'l' XVOIIII-Irs Student :foun- cil " THoMAs RALPII XYIIIIAMS, E 'If E . . . . Drew BJ. Hxlslil-tlvall, 1, 23 Has:-bull. 1, 2. VVELI,s VVAYNIC VVooIn', JR., K E, II E fb . . . Tchula BJ. l'I'esiclI-nt Em Signm l'!Ii, '23 l'l'l'.4ldl'lIl Latin Vlulv. 3: Pxwsi- dont HI-I'II1zw:I1I, 3: 'l'Iw-IINIIIXI-I' I'le'l'Ill2l4.'1lll, 21 Yin--I"I'esiIlvIIt Y l'zIlIiIIvt I: SI-4-Ife-t:lI'y Y 4':IhiII--t, 513 H+-rIII:waII, 1, 2, 313 Y, 1, 2 3: Hunrl 1, 2, 33 SI-:wet:II'y-TI4v:IsIIreI' Izllllll, 2: frlylll 'IH-IIIII. 2: Assoviute liditl-r Latin Pzxgvvlx 1: Vo-I-Ilitor' I.:ItiII I'zIIw1'. 33 Editor Latin Pup.-r, :Ig IIItI-rxmzltional RvlzItioI1s Vluh 2, Assof'izItn- Editor of "M" llnuk. 131 Il1ll'1llll1llA2ll Iizlslietlvzxll, 2. NELL XYARBOROIJGH, X Q .......... Pickens . BJ. Ig1,'lll2lVl'l1 lfollrfgr-, I, 23 SPI'l'L'llll'j' of 121+-II Vlull, 223 Y. XY. 1'. A. School of Law GEORGE BARROVV COL'sINs, JR., E A E, T K A, fl-A fb . Biloxi LL.B. In-IIIIIIIIH 'l'v:IIII, 1, lj In-I-:IliII:' 4,'o1IIIeil 33 lIvI'III:II-QIII, 1, 2, 3. SI-1'-IIIci SlN:'2ll'iHI', 21 Vive'-1'I'l'Sl1ll'11t Vlass, 21 H3IlSS15SllIlIlill'l" Staff, 1, 22 AI-tivitie-S Editor 1931 "tile MIss"3 Assovizltu- Edi- tor 150212 "Hilo Miss", Plwsiflf-IIt 'l'zIu Kappa Allahu: IIIIII--v VI-InIIIittI-0. 1, 2, 3. 4, 53 1'lI:IiI'maII D1-r'oI':ItioI1 1'lllI1llIlIll'+', 33 I-IxIevIItix'e 1'lI:II1'IIIzIII. 43 Prffsillent A. S, H., -lg All-Inhe-I' Ath- letiv 1'onIIIIitteI-3 1'lI:1iI'mIIII DrIrIIIItoI'y VIIIIIIWII 1'oIIIIIIittf-vi M. U, A. K. S., -l. BILL DEXT . . . .,.... . Collins LL.I?. Xvll't'-I'l'E'Sl1lt'l1l A. S. B., Y l.'zIlIiIIe-t: Llllllfw' 1'onIIIIiltve. FRANK EDGAR EVERETT, III A 9 .... , . Imlianola l.L.B. Blur' Kvyi I'I'+-side-IIt Y: Al, H. A. K. S.: DIIIIH- f"oInnIitImJg I'l1z1iI-IIIIIII IIIteI'I'I'z1tvI'IIity IDIIIIQ-v 1'-Imrnittr-I-3 IIIte-I'fr:ItI-I'I1itv 1'ouI1vil: I-'I'eNl1IImI1 Baselmllg Glu- Vlulv, 13 "MississippiaI1" Staff, .Xrmual Staff: Vin'e'I'I'+-sifleIIt Y f'zIlviIIvt, 13 I'I'r-Niels-1It Y 1'z1I.IinI-t, 31 Pl't'Slf1i'Ill Stan- Y. 33 1':II'1liI1:Il llllllll. JOHN VV. T. FALRNER, IV., E A E, fin A 112 . . LL.B. Tennis Team, 2, 33 Allllllill Staff, 23 Boxing. 1. HARDY MOORE GRAIIAM, H K A, fb H E . . . Meridian LL.B. Blllf' KIT! l'l4'l'7UIl91lIl. 1, 2, 3, 43 "MississippiaII" Staff, 1, 3, 45 IIIIe-I'frateI'IIity IIIIIICI: Cornxnitts-eg S1-nior Y Cubiuvt, 0 PAGE 5l gn- an 6 Fm JUNIOR CLASS O School of Law lil-ix CIUIDER, A T A . ...... . Vicksburg r , LL.B. , Rl. H, A, lx. h.: Illuv lxvyg Lurdinul filnlig owl Vlnlig "Al" Vlnlvg Intl-rI'raite-rnily Vonnr-ilg Stull' "Mississimii l.:1w .lour- n:il"' Iizisks-tlmll, l. 2' llt'l'lll2l0QllIQ S4-nior Y Sinxiax' Al.I.EN MAY, 'Iv ll A, K 'Iv E . . . . Clarksdale LL.B. lll'I'lll1ll'IlIlQ Slnioi Y Vzrliiiwtg llonor Iioll. I, 23 Law School lie-piws--iil:i1ix'o on Honrrl ol' l'nlilivations: Stall' of "Misin- simii Law .lllllI'lI1ll"Q Imiim- Voiriinitl-1-3 Vive-I'i'r-simlr-lit ol' I.:1w Vlziss, l. B. T. MITCIIELL, II K A . . . . . . Guntown I.L.Ii. Iilte-rl'rnt1-riiity Vounwil. AI. SMITH, A X A . . . . . . . . Meridian LL.B. DON D. '110WXSEND, K E, 111 A 111, 'I' K A . . . VVinonn LL.B. AI. U. A. K. S.: Editor ol' "Mississippian," '32: "Mississippinii" StaI'I', I, 2, Tl, Ig Hl'I'lI'lIH'JllI. 1 2, Pri-sirlr-nt, 33 f'1lI'4llll1Il Club, 155 DL'batin1.'I 'l's-nm, 23 f73I'ill0l'lf'II1 lleflal, I. jonx VVEIISTER VVADE, fl, II E, II 22 lb, II K II, 12 T, Oxford LL.B. Taylor Me,-dal in English, 23 Student lnStru1'tor in Ilistory, 4g Svnior Y Vnliinot, Al, 51 .X,B. with Sp:-vial Distim-tion Ulr- Missg Business Managvr "Mississippi Law .IOLITIIIIIUI "Vox" Staff, I, 2, 253 Businr-ss Ilfanagvr "Vox," 2. Editor, il: Honor lub I Min Vluli 1 'I Roll, I, 2, 35 Intl-rnational Relations C' 3 I2 3, Pre-sislent, :Ig Fellowship in Hisiory. LUCIAN RAY YVADLINCTON, E X ...... . Belzom LL.B. NAT XVALTON, E A E, 411 A CII . . . Yazoo City LLB. Yin-C--Presidlfnt Law Class, 2. School of Jfledicine LYNN D. ABERNATHY, II K A .... . Pontotoc Kllfdzcal Cfrizjlfatf President .Iunior M1-rlir-al Fluss. K. H. ANDERSON, II K A, fb X . . . . . . Sumrall Mfdzfal Crrfzficalr SoL BARNETT GOLDMAN . ..... New York, N. Y. Medical Cvrlifuztr New York Vniversity, I, 2, 4. VERXER S. HOLMES, II K A, fb X . . . Lexie Mfrlzcal Crrlzfiratf Mississippi Colle-gc. PRATT IRBY, II K A, KID X ..... . . Oxford Medical Certifralr Phi Eta Sigrnag Blume Koyg Cardinal C'lul1. 5 XYIVP-1-,I'PSl1l1'IIf Musical Club. Homes C. WATRINS, JR., E N, 9 K XP . . . Quirman Ilflfdiml Cfrtiffatf Medical Club. DAVID B. VVILSON, E N, 111 H E, fl- X . . Mcflical Ccrfifcafv . . Yazoo City Blue K--y: Cardinal Clulig Vic-0-Prosiulexlt Fri'-shinan Flasst "Mississippizm" Staff, 1. 23 Owl Club: l"l1e-rnistry Cluhg Mod! ical Clnhg Y Calvin:-t. School of Commerce GABRIEL BRELAND, 11' K X11 ...... Crystal Springs B.S.C. HI-rlnae-ang .Iunior Y Cabinet. 0 PAS E 52 JUNIOR CLASS School of Commerce CARROLL M. CARR, E A E . . B.S.C. GIQE Club. XVILLIAM OZRO CLARK, A T Q . B.S.C. Tulanv, 1, 3. VVILLIAM HENRY COOK, JR., fi, K II' . . . B.S.C. T Fl Tl'051lSlll'Pl' Junior B. S. Y :Iss ERNEST EUGENE COSNAHAN, E A E , . B.S.C. NAT CRAVVFORD, E X ..... B.S.C. NEIL HAMPTON CLINNINGIIAM, E A E . . B.S.C. TITII-k, 1 2, 3: Illll'fllTllll'?ll .XIl1ll'tll' J. R. ELI.l0'l'I', E X ...... B.S.C. Tmvidson. 1. HENRH' YANDELL FRAISER, JR., CID A 9 . . B.S.C. Junior Basket hall Mana 5:1-In RICHARD S. HAX'ES, III A 9 ...... B.S.C. Foot!-1111, 1, 2. XVILLIAM VV. JOUR, A K E . . . . B.S.C. Phi Signia Literary Soni-in-ty DAVID G. KINSER, A AI' ...... B.S.C. lVlAYBEI.I.E LEMASSAN .... . B.S.C. Gull' I'zII'lc Collegt-, 1, 12. VV. D. LOVVE, E lp E ....... B.S.C. Owl Vluhp Annual Stuff, 3 G.ARl,AND LYELL, JR., A II' . . I?.S.C. CJR.-XCII ELIZABEIH NIADDEN, fb M . B.S.C. M. S, C. XV., 13 l,7Q'l'Zlflll'. 2. SHELBY MAGRUDER lVlAXVVI-ILL, A K E . B.S.C. fY'?ll'dlll8l Club, 2: '1'I'e-:ISIIIIOII Phi Sigma. 2 Ving President Soplloinore B.S.C.: Sports Editor ' 2, 35 Assistant Sports Editor Annual, 213 Blue . Tunica . Biloxi . Jackson . :xl1CFClCEll . VVeSt Point . Aberdeen S, . Oxford . Greenwood . Clarksdale Rolling Fork . Inclianola . Gulfport . Newton . Jack-on . Gulfport . Camden t"'fll'l'Sl4lf:'llf, 3g ARflSSlSSlIIIDlZ1ll," KI-y, 33 Inter- fraternity Council, 1. 2, 3, Twilight Musical Comniitt.-e. 0 PAGE 53 KW 5 'F JUNIOR CLASS C School of Commerce ll. P. OLIVER, E N . . . . .Tippo I?.S.C. IiIII'illlllIl'Jll lhislu-tllzillg Ilzxsvlvzill, 1, 23 Bzlslivtluull. 1. 2. NAT Owiax, JR., I N ..... . . . . Gulfport lI.S.C. XVILLIE JEWELI. POPE, K E 'l' .... . Oxford I1.S.C. Si-wi'vI:ii'y .luni-if ll, S. I", GEORGE RAY, fl' A 9, fb II E . . . . Greenwood IZ.S.C. "1lississip1ii:in" Stuff. XV1I.i.i:m M. S'I'."ll.I.Vl'OR'l'l'I, JR., E A Ii . . Meridian 1i.S.C. Y, Vnliiii-it, 1, 2, Zig Vivo-I'rw-siflviir Vlziss 2: I'iwsidi-:it Junior H, S, 421 lll'l'lIl2lt'JlIl, 3 221 ,Xllllllill St:nfl', 23 l'li:1i1'm:un Df-r'nr:it- ing fmriiiiiirw-1. Zig 'I'r:n-li. I: lfoiu'-igxi Ili-lzitioiis Vluln, 2, 3, FRED G. STONE, B 9 II ..... . . . Sledge B.S.C. CLIFTON M. TYNES, E N ..... . . Monticello I?.S.C. Blui- lilly: Iwllzi Sigma Pig Iizisketlmll, I, 2. R, 4, f':xptain, 33 Uwl Vlulvg Tl'l'2lSlll'k'l' Class, 23 Int4-i'l'rz1t4-rliity Coiim-il, 3. QSLOYER XV1LKxxs, JR., K E . . . Brooksville B.S.C. School of CPharmacy HUGH INGRAM COWSERT, JR., II K A . . . Goodman Pl1.C, Iiolnivs Junior Colli-gi-, 1, 2. JAMES T. PIXKERTON, Ph.C., B 9 II, K XII . VVaynesboro Pl1.C. Plihlilfilion 11'--unvil: Ixitv1't'i':xte1'1iily Imiice COIIIITIIIIVQ. School of Engineering Louis H. PERKINS, A XII . ...... . Oxford B.S.E. Icllglllvvflllg Club. I, 2, 33 Billlkl, 1, 2, Joiix KlMBROL'Gli RAMEY, B 9 II . . . . Oxford B.S.E. lvilffllllill Kflul-5 I-Iiigillvewiiig Fluhg Honor Council. 15 Intel'- fl'ZlI1'l'Illly Dzinve 1Q'o1n1nitt1:8. JACK D. Riccix, JR., . ...... . . Jackson B.S.E. Mi-nlber Ilonoi' Coiiiivilg Mississippiuiisg Cllr- Miss Glee Club. THORNLEX' O. ROE, II K fb . . . . . . . Ellisville B.S.E. XVILLIAM K. TRIMBLE, A T Q . . . Alexandria, La. B.S.E. I-'ootl'-allg Baskifllmllg Interfrzit-rrnity Council: Piw-siderit Jun- ior Iingnwersg Publication Council. Q15 'XJ ,Z , A yr' f F5 wwf E M2 , 1 X gf ' CLASS PRESIDENTS ' SHED H. ROBERSON ..... Sflnoo! of Liberal Arn JAMES T. SINGLEY . .... School of Lan' C. L. ROUNSAVILLE . . . . School of Ccnznzerce OWEN ROBERT SHEPHARD . Srlvool of Engineering SQPHGMORES o SOPHOMORE CLASS 0 School of Liberal elrts lfluxclas Arcoex, l3.A., fl' M ..... . Jackson, Tenn. lkllxm' l-'Is.-x'I'IIHRs'I'ox BASKIN, BA., A A A . . . Okolona t'A'I'IIIiRINIe BELI., B.A., A A A, A A A . . . . University 'rio-I 1,1' Iw--tial in Zoology. Mun' Sue Blmxxox, l5.A., K E 'I' ....... . XVinonrI Sr-II'vt:II'y of SophonI0l'v CIHSSI BMX. Noam.-IN CRAIG Hklawlek, JR., B.A., E X . . .... Greenwood l'JlI'4llllJll Clulig Latin Vluli, 13 Y Vahitit-t, 1, 2. liIsx,I.xmIx M. CAl.DVVEl.l., l5.A., E N .... . Charleston fY'IlI'tllI11li Club: 1' Cnliiiiet, 1, 2 llixlwlix' XV.-xI.I.Acr: C'Ak'II2R, B.A., A T A . . . . Clarksdale C':II'rlin:1l Clulig Y Czilxinct, 2. D. A. CIIRISTIAN, B.A., I1 K A .... . . . . Smithville lfofvtlmll, lg Basketball, 1. Pf'lI.l.Y COPPIQIIGE, BA., 'Il M ..... . Rosedale Soutliwe-ste-r'II, 1. C'IIr:s'I'Ifk HARRIS CURTIS, BA., fb A 6, fb II E .... Clarksdale Iwi-sitltliit I"I'9Si1lI1?lIl Class: B.A.: Y Czibint-t, 1, 23 Football, 1, 2. D.-win D.-Inns, B.A., II K fb ..........., Shannon Vim--Iwvsitlmit Class BA., Iiiterfrzttt-rnity Comm-il, C511-dingl Club. .ALICE V. DIQNMAN, B.A., lib M ...... . Greenwood Sophomore-Junior Y Cabinet AXNA Lvxx DooI.IeY, B.A., A Z . . Oxford Osemt S. DooI.IsY, B.A., . ........... Rena Laura "1hllSr1laSlDIll2lll" Staff. 1, 2: Debating Team, 1. 2. Counvil, 23 Phi Sigma, 13 Y tfrtliiiwt, 1, 21 International Relations Club, 23 Latin Club, 1, 25 Herman-an, 2. jonx Dan. DYER, B.A., II K fb . . Van Vleet PIIRAM EI.I.Io1T, B.A., E X . . Courtland IIERBERT SAFFoRD EMIGH, B.A. . . Oxford LLlCIl.l,E FEDRIC, B.A., X S2 . ........ . University Delta State Tear-hers College, 1. VVILLIAM H. FEDRIC, B.A., E N . . Charleston HAYS GRE, B.A., X Q . .... . Carrollton NIARTHA UNA GILBERT, B.A., A A A . . Jackson CLARK J. GREENWOOD, B.A., Cb K XI' . . VVhite Plains, N. Y. R. F. HANEY, B.A., K Z . . Booneville 0 PAGE 56 0 SOPHOMORE CLASS 0 School of Liberal cv4rts MALIRY HARAWAY, BAA., KII II IIA . NLATI' HARPER, JR., BAA., fl- K Alf .... l'2tI'1flll1ll Vluhg Glu-1,'lulI, 13 ll HAZEI. RIVERS HARRISON, B..A., A A A . Millsaps, 1, TIIOMAS LARI: HARVEY, B.A. . .... l3uIIIwtt .Iunior 1'oIII-:iv 1 FRXNLFS HOIVIPS B A X 'I ROBERI CI xRFxLE IIIIIMEE B A II I 'IIIOM AS SI AIM HoPIxIxb B A lx A FIIIOMAS M IxEEEEI B A Ix A IAUREx5 T IxIxxIm IR BA II x CIIARIIm M IoIIRAxo B A I llllt lang FMIIE LOBRAXO B A IIIII FxxxII PEIRI NICIIVSAIN BA I lIIovI x5 Fxocm MLIxrII B A FIJIIII KK IPFINS MCI ARIX B A X IIIII o M RIIIA IxxE MEI ARIX B A X A Im xIvIrs BFNIOX MQILRE BA I 9 U1 BIS: MARIIx B A A I RoIzFRI HICIIF5 MrxIIII B A MARI SUE MORPHP AD BA A A A IJ t I X IILCII LEIAIRE MIRPIII B A A I I xoutlnwxtl-III IxAIIIRsx MURRAI BA A A A Bclhueh CIIRIRLDE QIARRARIJ NFFI B A A A A lllllx I o MARI NEILI B A A A A e lI IXPII II Annu PAGE 57 k'I'Illl lll, 1. "I Olive Branch . .McComb . jackson . fxfIlff1ISOIl Hem Indo Oxford I ull Natchez Centrex Ille Ccntrexlllr P INL'lg0lIfl Oxford YA Iter A 'lllex A 1teI A Il ex Oxford PII lkllllt' Y lKfxNWllff., Illlllef Ark if1llIf'l Oxlord I' Ol I lx Oxford Xl Ro 0 SCPHOMORE CLASS 0 School of Liberal cv4rts XX'1l.l,l.n1 II. Nr-vm.:-, ISA., K A . . lklerimlizm ,II-'I-I4 II, I'.'IRKI'R, ISA., II K Ill . , Ilgmiq-Shu,-g Imxxu- ISUMQ, ISA., A K IC . . . ..... .lm-kwrm Aliwsisfipl-izulms. 23 Iinml, 33 Alusunll 1'I11lI, 2 R. IS, l'mx'l-'11,, ISA., K A . . . . . Powell XVlI.1.1.x:x1 A. I,RIL'I'I, lS.A., I A IC , . INIQ-C'1:rnlS SAM Rlfm, IS..-X. . .... .tlackwn I'iIIII'I Mus Rlvlfs, ISA., Z 'I' A .... . XVinfmn S--ulllnw-'sl-1-11, I. Slllfll II. Rmufksrw, ISA., A NI' .... .... C 'lznrksclnlcf lfmltlulll. 1. 23 I'n-fill.-nl lS,.X. Vlnss, Vsnywlinzll Vlulv. INN INImxma RL's5lfl.1., IS..-X., K Z2 ......... Gulfport Y lhlvim-t. I1 "Al1ssi:-simxiznlf' Stull' I. 23 ll,-Ivutiluax 'I'w.1m, I3 Ilvrmzll-nn, 1. I5rnm'1HY Rl'SSIil.l., IS.A., flf Nl . . Oxffml I.11,l,1.xx IC1'x.x Russ:-:l,l,, ISA., fl- Nl . . . Oxford .xllllllill Stuff, 2 C'l,.xx1' M. SEAY, ISA., E A Ii .......... Hattie-alaurg IIl'I'Illill2III, I1 Gym 'I's-um, Ig .Xsslstzmt I4'm1lIw:nIl M:un:l2v1', I, 2. .'Al.l..XN Sunmmxuk, IS.A., .E A E ..... . Merifligm I"4wlIv:lIl, l. UL 'l'I'2ll'Ii, 1, 2. Ii. IS.xx'1'EK Smss, IS.A., K E . . . Kosciusku MKS. bl. D. SMYIIII2, ISA., A A A . . . Kosciusku .IARCIIIIIR SI.-xkxras, IS.A., K E . . . . . ..., ISrnuksville I'JlI'lIIII2lI Vluh, 2. Fe-vu--l:1l'y'-'I'1'f'11s11rn1 2, Y Vzllrinfrt, JAMES C'm,l,xER S'1'Ew.xR'1', ISA., K E, fl' II ZZ ,.... Chnrlexmn IIl'ISIIlIl1'1lIlQ I.:1tir: Vlnlv, Yifw 'I'I'l'?4IlIt'IaI Suplxflllllxlw Y Uzxlwillvl' I'l'vNziflu-ut Phi Ifltu Sigma. Iivumw VV.'kI.'1'ON SHINE, IS.A., A A A, A A A . . . . Oxford Ilwmn' Iiull, 11 I'l'l'SI4I4'IlI .AIIIIIJI IJIIIIIIIIJI In-ltzn. Iifnmnrux' C'l,,xRK YFIIOMPSUN, ISA., flf NI . . . Greenville Nvwvullllnl 1. SARA lxxra Vmnux, IS.A., X Q .... . Greenville N1-wrfmnll, 1. Iil.lz.xnE'1'II XV1cns'n-:R VVAmf, ISA., A A A . . . . Oxford Illauax CORIXNE VVACNER, IS.A., A A A . . XVnter Valley Bl'IIl1lX'Q'Il, 1. ISNICIE VVMKER, IS.A., A A A . . Taylor 0 PAGE 58 AVILLXAM VV. AVA-Yl'KIXS, B.A., K A, III II E , . Aberdeen BARIIARA VV.-Yl'I', BA., X Q ..... . JoneStown N4'AX'l"'5Illlh, 1. CHARLES EASON XVILLI.-AMS, B.A., K A . . . . Benoit I"fmtl1zIll, 13 TI'ztf'lc, 1, 2. ERNEST XV. XVII.I.IAMS, B.A., E N .... . Cedar Bluff FRANCES EAGER XVI'I'IrI', BA., X Q, A A A . . XVinona "Mi:Ssixsi1:1ri:III" Stllflv, 1, 2. E. F. A'ERBY, B.A., E X . . . CulumlwuS School of Law HERMAN ADAMS, LL.B., K E .... . Ripley JOHN EDWARD AIDRIDOE, LL.B., II K A . . XVinona XVILLIAM P. AVERILI., LL.B., B 9 II . . . . Oxford VVILLIAM ARTHUR BACON, LL.B., K E, II: A SD ..... Durant 1"I'QSlIlH1lI1 Foolluullg Bus:-llnll. 1. Ig Rsunl, 1, 2. 3: Y 1'zIlrinr-t, 1, 2. 21: Prnricle-III So1'nlIoIIIoI'v Y l'uI1iII--tg l'aI'rlnIIzIl Vlulxg Hl'l'l11Z1K'2lIl l,iteI':II4y So- vir-tyg Dvlnttirm Tr-um, I: In-hzttlng Vounr-il: HAI" Uluhg Illl9l'Il1lll0llZll 7 3 lit-lations Vluhg Viw--I'I'vsIaloIIt IIIIIIIQIE-1111. L, 33 Vice-I I1-Sirlrrxlt Junior B.A, Sr-lmol. BERRI' D. BROWN, LL.B., B 6 IT, E T, T K A ...... Sidon Blur' Key: Dt-hating fY'Ulllll'il, 1. 3, 3: I'Pam-..- fwfnrmittr-e-, 2, 31 Senior Y 4':Il1iII1't: llvIIII:u'zIII Iflw-SIIIIIQIII lJI'2lT"Pl'll'2ll Alvrluli II1tI-I'l'I'11teI'IIiI5' fi'HlIlli'llI Inte-I-IIationzIl RelutIwIIs Club, 2, 22, Latin Vlub, 1: bI'uII1zItics C'lul,I, 3. EARI, VANDORN CATOE, JR., LL.B., 111A 9 . . , XVehla NEVVNAN MCCOY DORSEY, LL.B., fb H fb ..,.... Aberdeen Bnsthz-ll. 1, 2 3 4: Sr-r'Iw-t:fI'y Herlnuvxtlx. fl, 31 SI.-I-1-I-tnI'y Y l':IlviIn'-t, 43 "M" Fluh, 4, 5: ll1ti'I'll2lll4lll1ll Rt-lations Vlnh, -l. Fran JAMES FORD, JR., LL.B., E X, fl, II E . ..... Paseagoula HUCII GII.I.ESPIE, JR., LL.B., K A ......... Raymond FREDERICK MARION CVJLASS, LL.B., II, A 9, ID A fb, 'l' K A . . XVinonn plug. Key, Editor "M" Book. 2: I'q'II'rliII:rl Club: Ilmtf-I'c-olle-gizrto Tnwhat- ing Tvam, 1, 2, I'il't'SlllH?lI'l 'FISH'-li 'l'eum, 13 Varsity Trar-lc Team. 2: H,-.J-mm-311, lj HAlVlSSISSiJllliilllH St:IIT. 1, 2, 3 Assistant lirlitor, 2, News Iiditor, 31 Vit---APN-sicltfIIt Tau Kappa .-Xllillil. 3, Y 4"alwiII--t. 1. 2, 3: In- t--I'IIatioIIu1 Rt-lations Club, I'ul.Ilir-ity Manzlser Student l'u'buti1Ig Noun- cil ' 'I Lfnirru Uullegr-, 21 I'Iw'slIIIInI1 Tennis 'I'-'amz I!1Il'L1Hllll'Zll Ruslcr-tlmll, O SOPHOMORE CLASS 0 School of Liberal cv4rts HLIGII HOPKINS, LL.B., K A ...... ....... L ula Uwl Vlubg lliillltflf, Bsxsliellvftll, lg Rzlselmll. 11 Y Calling-t, O. HOUSTON HOPKINS, B.A., K A .......... Hickory lIIteI't'I'zIteI'nity COIIIIOIIZ Senior Y 1'zIlIiIItftg Alalmma, 13 Ffjnqjilygllll 1, 33 Baseball, 2, 3, Tistslcr-tlmll, 3. D. VV. HOUSTON, III, LL.B., E A E ..... . . . Aberdeen Tzxu Iqilllllll Alpha: Blur- Key, frvilfdllllll Club, FDNA N. JONES, LL.B., K E T ..... . Oxford Pau-Ht-llr-nie woruufil. J. RICIIARD MCLURE, LL.B., B 6 H . . . Oxford LIELEN PAT MALTIIY, LL.B. . . University HARVEY E. MASON, LL.B. . . . . . . . . . . Bucatunna 0 PAGE 59 Y fi'E'lllll1t'tQ Staff- T-'aclIoI's Colle-go. F Li I X I 0 SOPHOMORE CLASS 0 School of Law Gm' iN'Il'l'k'llI5l.l., JR., LL.B., E A E . . Tupelo XVn.i.iAM MoR'rGoMHRr, LLB., K E . . . . .... Goodman II.-r1n:u-un. 25: Y Vnlrinft, 37, Intvrnnlionzil llolfitions Club, 31 Rand, 3. O. XV. Puniirs, LI..B., fl, K Xl' . . . . . . . . . . . . Louin S1-nior Y f':1lfim-tp State- 'IH-:relic-i's Vollogi-3 X'll'l'-I'l'l'Sitl1'llt I.nw Class. lfrc-Sli nmn Ronr:R'r loirm' PUi.i,isN, I.L.B., K A ........ Aberdeen STOKES V. ROIiliR'l'SON, JR., LLB., K A, 0 A K, II K A . . jackson Al.-wires T. SINGLIEY, I.l..B., K A, A E H . , .... IWC-ridinn Hwl Vlulvi M. U. A. K. S., 'I'r:ii'l-c Munz1:.:1-r, I-53 Prvsirls-nt l"rm-slimun Law Floss. F. I.. SPICHT, JR., I.I..l3., ll K A . . Tupelo J. XV. STRONG, LL.B., K A ............ Columbus I':ir1lin:il Vlubg Ilvrnizlf-:ing Junior Y Vziliim-t. Pius. S. rI'lNDALL, LL.B., A 111, fl, Il 23, II K II, E T, fl' A fb , lndianola linnrl, l, 21 Frvshmain 'l'rzu-kg Y Vulriiift. lg Latin Vlubg H1-rnizu-an I.it- +-rnry So:-in-typ Y C'ulvins-t, 2, 3, 43 Sn-nior Advisor Phi Eta Sigma. 45 l'ri-sith-nt l'i Iiaippa l'i, 4, 'Fnylor Mwlnl in Mzitlwniatir-s, 1, Il: lntf-rn:i- tional Relations Ululrg Gym 'l'w':1m. 3: 'l'l'01lS1lI'l'l' FLA- CIIISS. 3. Moss VVANDER, I.L.B. . . . . . . . . . . . . . Charleston XYll'l'-i'l't'Sllit'lIi SUDiiUlll0l'F and .Iunirir Y C'zilvim-ts: Assistant Football Mziiinger, I, 2. ll, Assistant Editor "M" Hook. 23 'Frozisurer Junior IIA. Class, ROBERT H. VVELLS, LLB., K A . . . . . . . . jackson tlwl Clulii III, 0. A. K. S. School of Commerce LI.-XRRARD Mourjor BARRETT, B.S.C., fb A 9 . . . Greenwood Virginia Military Instituto, 1. I. D. BENSON, JR., B.S.C., E N . . Anguilla J. M. Boro, B.S.C., E A E ........ . Columbia University of Tc-nnvssve, 1. LEE SIMRALL CAINE, B.S.C., E X . . . Columbus Gmsox CALLICUTT, B.S.C., fb II fb . . Blue Mountain A. C. CAPERTON, B.S.C., A KI' . . . . Tunica Y Cabinet, 2. NEWTON L. CROSBY, B.S.C., E X ...... . Norfield Pearl River Junior Collvge, 1. FRANCES DYER, B.S.C., X Q ....... . Greenwood SUE FAULKNER, B.S.C., fb M ..... . . Oxford M. S. C. W., 1. DAVID C. FRAISER, B.S.C., fb A 9 ......... Greenwood Glen- Club, 13 Y Cabinet: Assistant Baslwtbrxll lKIanaiZer, 1. 2- CLAUDE O'NEAi. GAl.BRAl1'H, B.S.C., E X ....... Corinth Phi Sigma. 1, 2. SAMUEL EARL GRIMES, JR., B.S.C., E fb E . . Sanatorium 0 PAGE 60 o SOPHOMORE CLASS o School of Commerce GILLIAM Gwix, B.S.C., K E . . . E, XVILBURX HOOKER, lS.S.C. flf A H , .... . Tcllulzi . . .Lexington V Assistant Football Manage-r, 1, 23 Cnrdinnl Club Y Vnbiinlt. RALPH N. JONES, B.S.C'., ll 9 II . .... . Greenwood JOHN VV. KENT, B.S.C., B 9 IT . . Hollantlale JAMES D. KING, JR., B.S.C'., 111 K XI' . . Greenville RANDOLPH KLYCE, B.S.C., E X . . . . ....... Corinth "Mississippian" Stuff, 1. Z2 Assn'-into Editor, Ll: Phi Sigma, 1, 2: linnd. 1, 23 I-lngine-E-ring tjluh, 13 Y Cabin:-t, 1, 2, Twilight Musivnl Coniniit- tt-v, 2: I'xI'O9Sl1111Ill1 Stunt Night. 13 Annuzil Stuff, 23 Vice--I'x't-sitloiit Soplie omore Engineering Class, I1 Honor Counvil Engineering Svhool, 1. BOxN1E OYNEAL lVlCCARI.EY, B.S.C., H K A . . Guntown TOM lVlCVVHOR'liER, B.S.C., K A .... . Meridian Curdiiiail Club. THOMAS S. lN1AYHER, B.S.C., QP K XII .... . Gulfport VVILLIAM WOOTEN lVlI'I'CHELL, B.S.C., E X . . . Comm L'nivt-rsity ol' Tennessee, 1. C. L. ROUNSAVILLE, B.S.C., K A . ...... . Tunica Fflollizill, 1, 21 Pi't-sitileiit Soplionmro BSL' Floss VVTLLIAM HILI. SCOTT, B.S.C., A T Q . . Homton VV. R. SCOTT, B.S.C., E 112 E . . . Meadville VV. M. SHOEMAKER, B.S.C., H K A . . . Hernando Cnrrlinnl Club. RUSSELL SUMMERS, B.S.C., 11 K A . . Nesbitt FRED J. VANN, JR., B.S.C., B 6 II . . Meridian GEORGE KENNAN VVADE, B.S.C., fb A 9 .... . Greenwood Y tfnbint-t, 1. 23 XYQSDUI' Committef-, 13 Assistant Bust-bull Alnimgvr, 1, 2: UlAf1l5iSlSSl1l1ll2ll1" Staff. School of CPharmacy JAMES LOVVREY INGRAM, PH.C., K E . . Pickens CHARLES RAND, PH.C., A K E . . . . . Summit CHARLES HEROD VVISE, PH.C., H K fb . . Hughes, Ark. School of Engineering H. M. EUART, IR., B.S.E,. K E ....... . Charleston Engineering Vlub, 1, 2. ROBERT REA PHILLIPS, B.S.E., E X ...... . XVesson Engineering Club, 1, 25 Vive-President Sophomore EnL:ii1-ft-ring Class, Y Building Committee. ROBERT OWEN SHEPHARD, B.S.E., E A E ....... Meridian Cardinal Club, PreEidc-nt Sophomort- Iiiigiiie-e1'il15g tflnss, 0 PAGE 6I Ox me I BIOLOGICAL ufaoe n , Havre mum ' DUSBU f -"P FANNQ! D,-I-To WELTHLJ we BEHAVG LI 6 HUMAN BEING B!-XLD HEAD PnOVQwiw w. :f I .VX K l Q. K Q H 1' f E N v XqX R 1 1 N R R WX R N f N kuxu f fr e OFFICERS o MCNEIL BARTLING ...... . . . President ROBERT CARLTON SHELBY . Vice-President FRANCES NOLAN . . . . . Serretary ELCHUE DENTON. JR. . . . Treasurer PRES!-IMEN ? 6' FRESHMAN CLASS QEEO. LAVVRENCE ADAMS, B.A. fl, A 9 . Natchez ONITA ALDRIDCE, B.A., fb M .... VVinona JOHN HENRY AALLEN, B.S.C., A T Q . . Iuka JOHN T. JAMES, B.S.C., E A E . Hattiesburg RUSSELL C. AMMONS, B.A., A T A . Corinth JAMES HAL .ANDERSOX, B.S.C., E X . Corinth NTCNEIL BAR'rL1NG, B.S.C., K E . . Itta Bena LUCILLE BEAVERS, B.S.C., A A A . . Canton J. B. BELL, JR., B.S.E., A KI' . . Greenwood JAMES P. BIEDENHARX, B.A., E X . Vicksburg GEORGE PHELAN BLUNDELL, B.S. . Yazoo City RICHARD B. BOOTH, B.A., E A E . Aberdeen XV. L. BOSVVELI., B.S.C., E A E . Greenwood LANABEL BRADFORD, B.A., fi, M . . Itta Benn D:'lY'lD J. BREVVER, B.S.C., E X . Greenwood G. NI. BUCHANAN, B.A., E A E , Holly Springs BOBBY BURNS, B.A., K E .... Booneville S. ROBERT CAIN, JR., B.A., A NI' . . Canton COLIN P. CAMPBELL, B.A., E A E . Yazoo City ELISE CAPERTOX, B.A., fb BI .... Tunica MARGARET M. CARAVVAY, B.A., A Z . Gulfport DAVID T. CARTER, B.S.C., E X . . . Oxford ViNcENT THOMAS CASCIO, B.S. . . . Leland WM. P. CASSEDY, B.A., B H H . University JAMES BENJ. CAVER, B.S., B 9 II . Meridian JANICE COLOUITT, B.A., Cb AI .... Beulah FREDERICK M. COOK, B.S., E A E . . Oxford VIRCIL G. COOK, Pre-Law, E A E . Oxford VVM. T. CRAVVFORD, JR., B.S., K E . Mathiston SCOTT VVM. CRULI., B.A., E X . Greenwood C. E. CUMMINGS, B.S., E N . Brownstown, Ind. E. H. CUNNINCHAM, Pre-Law, E X . Greenw'd CULLEN B. CURLEE, JR., Pre-Law, E X . Rienzi VV. D. DENT, JR., Pre-Law, A K E . Nloorheatl ELCHUE DENTON, JR., B.A., A K E . Tunica O PAGE 64 PAGE 65 FRESHMAN CLASS L reem nlle Summll CIIO1jLNL-XX. 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V' 0 l we .. a, v I FRESHMAN CLASS LLICILE LOGAN, B.A., flf M .... Malvina VVILLIAM F. LYLES, B.A., III TI fl' . . Oxford MONA G. MCCARTER, B.A., A A A . Batesville MARY LILLIAN MCGINNIS, B.A., fl' AI . Sardis VV. L. NICILVVAIN, B.A., li O II . VVzIyIIeSbor0 L. VV. MASI-IUURN, B.S.C., E A E . Clarksdale VV. P. MI'I'CIIEI.L, Pre-Law, TI K A . Guntown A. T. lVIOR'I'ON, B.S.C., E A E . Brookhaven MARY JANE NAIL, BA., X Q . . Horn Lake Roar. B. NANCE, B.S.C., KP A 9 . Clarksdale FRANCES NoI.AN, B.A., A A A . . . Canton PERCY FRANK PARKER, B.A., KI, A 9 . Canton MARY LOUISE PERKINS, B.A., fl, M . Oxford R. D. PORTVVOOD, B.S.C., 'If A O , Greenwood RonT. H. POVVELI., JR., Pre-law, A Alf . Canton JAMES D. PRIESTLY, JR., B.A., A XI' . Canton V. XV. PRoSPERE, B.A., A T S2 . Wlashington HARRY L. RANSOM, B.A., E A E . Aberdeen FRANK F. RoIsERSoN, B.A., A NI' . . Jackson AI.BER'I' R. RUSSELL, B.A., 111 A 9 . . Oxford VVM. L. SEALE, JR., B.A., E A IC . 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LEsI.IE DARDEN R. 1N1YRI, XV.-XIDFX -I. W. PENDER Kappa Sigma Kappa .Ilpha DOLTGLAAS QEARDXER C, E, ,ANDERSON OLIVER H. HOPKINS HLICII S. HOPKINS Phi Dalia Thrla Sigma Chi FRANK EVERETT ROBERT BOCRDEAUX 'sVII.I,I.-IM HEWITT K. SIIEITDN SKXNXER FRATERNITIES DELTA KAPPA EPSILON o -f 1 -x' -P, v 'V p 'K 6. f 1 Q W x" ' ,I 1 1 ' , , .- i' 1 ' . xt f -ff Ed! I IFEX, Durmlvn, Slallpzlllvr '2lI1lhZlll1, I+'4-lluws, B:u'111tt X luulv, Mzxxxxvll, .lumi llilllll Uutllllwl, Iivlllull, Dm-lit, Hullvy. Pulrv, AILl1'lullt'y, x if X, ., QQ 1, 'nl Sc Q2 0 PAGE 70 0 PAGE 7l Colors: Crimson, Old Gold, TIM I'IU'I'cHINsoN PHII. STONE VVII.I. H. LACEY . . T. LESLIE DARDEN . JL'NIL's SI.AI7cIITER . . . EVERETT G. GRANTIIAM . DoNNAI,n K. FELI,ows . IXUBREY B.xRNE'I'T . . TIIoMAs C. N.-XLTGLE . . SHELBY M. lxf.-XXVl'El.I. . HARVEX' S. LEoNARn . THOMAS PATTERSON . . XVII.I,IAIsI VV. JOUR , CHARLES RAND, JR. . . BERNARD XVOODARIJ . ELCHUE DENToN . . . YVALTER D. DENT, JR. . ROBERT HOLLEY, JR. . I.oNNIE POPE . . . HUGH iV1LfRPHY . DELTA KAPPA EPSILON o Founded at Yale, I844. CHI CHAPTER Esmlzlislmi 1850 and Azure Forry-six Active Chapters FRATRES IN LlRBE F. H. ROWLAND D. NEII.soN FRATER IN FAcI'LT,xTE F. FAROUEAR FRATRES IN LINIVERSITATE Sfniors Juniors Plrdgrs Flou'vr.' XV. D. H EonI,Es'I'oN Pansy XV. D. IlEImI.Es'I'oN, JR. . Holly Springs, Miss . . Hernando, Miss . . Meridian, Miss . . Yvest Point Bliss v . . Hammond, La . Greenwood, M iss . VVest Point . Famden, , Niiss Miss , . Colfeeville, Miss Calhoun City, Niiss . . Rolling' Fork, Nliss . . .Summit, Miss . , Spring Hill, Tenn . . .TIInica, Miss . . Nloorehead, Miss , . Oxford, bliss . Jackson, Miss . Arkabutla, Miss X 'V 425. in In-Arts. Smith, .I. RJ Timla nyze-, Kms:-r, l'n-rkins, SIN-el' rl 1 1 Q 5011. m'glp4V-x'tu11. IL: w1'svz,.' ' f- , -, 1 un. I,I'lPSII3', 111111111-aw11,1 u Slxzxw, Smith, J. A4 El,-ll liolmrsf-11. Frank DELTA PSI o xx x X x ,..-.-.iv-f f , z' LE? fi,-, 6 iii! f " """' ' 'jf A' L. X. 39 f ' fl li. KW" Q., 4 .N ful 0 PAGE 72 Nine Active Chapters DELTA PSI o Founded 1347 Colors: Blue :Ind Gold PI-II CHAPTER Ejllllllfyflfd 1855 FRIITER IN LTRRI2 BARRY BROXVN l'iR.X'I'RliS IN l".XCl'I.'l'.'YI'I2 J. XV. BEII. ROBERT E. 'TORREY FR.-ITRES IN UNIVERSITATE Srzziors IIARRT C. R0llliR'I'S . . . Canton, Mi-s. JAMES RICHARD SMITII. . . Indinnola, Mis. CIIARLES S. FIKINDALI, . . Inmlinnola, Mis-. lllllflfvl.-XS KING SWATZE - Raymondville,Texus .IIHli0I'S DAVID CiIiI.BERT KINSER . Memphis, Tenn. LOUIS HOLMES PERKINS . . . Oxford, Mig, HOWARD A, NELSON . . . Tnnica, MiNN. XVII.I.I.-XM CLARENCF SPEER . Inrlianolu, Miss. Soplzonzorrs A. C. C.xPER'ION . . Tunica, MiNN. SIIEO HILI. ROBERSON . . . Clarlmlnle, Miss. Pffvfgrs J. B, BELL, JR. . . Greenville, Miw. FRANK ROBERSOX, JR. . . . Jackson, Miss. ROBERT CAIN . . - . . Canton, Miss. SIDNEY SHANNON . . Lake Cormorant, Miss. JAMES D. PRIEs'I'I.EI', JR . Canton, MisN. CARI, SIIAW ....... Natchez, Miw. ROBERT H. POXVIZLI., JR. . . . Cannon, Miss. JOIIN fXl.BER'l' SMITII . Indianola, Miss. 1 HARVEY THOMPSON, JR. . , . Jackson, Miss. 0 PAGE 73 :Qu N.-fi CLD IIXX X x 1 H111 I3 lmh Ihllll III 1 mn tx PHI KAPPA PSI o fs. 'A kin" 7'fl.'5s asf?-SX K' 4 ,X:l!XiYWx 9, Q P P 0 PAGE 74 0 PAGE 75 I"loQu'rr.' I ncrgueminot Row CARI. H. BL'l'1.ER, IR. . Brzxrox XV. Iir.r,1o'1 'r . SAM V. PACK. . . . ISIJXNIXRIB F. Zwixcrri . LEE COCKIERIIAM . . CIORDOX INIURRIS . . I2vERii'1'1' COOK . . JACK CERIEEXVVOOIJ . . IIIEXRY COOK . . . GARRIHL IIREIAXIJ . . RAYMOND C.xsPizR . J. D. KING . . THOM.-is S. INIAYIIER . Marti-irw HARPER . . . ROBERT XV. IIPCIIURCII . O. XV. PIIIIIIPS . . . XV. C. FURR . . . Louis Puxxixcrox . . PHI KAPPA PSI o Founded 185: MISSISSIPPI ALPHA CHAPTER l:'.vlul1llx!mi 1357 Cnlnrx: Czirclinzil Rvml and IIunter's Fifty -two .Xclivc Clizlptcrs IFRAXTIZR IN LIRR12 IIOX. 'l'.xxl.OR Ii. McIil.ROx' ISRATIZR ix l".xcL'LT.xTE DR. N.X'lfIIIZX1.XI, IS. BOND FR.-XTR ES IN U NIvERsIT.xTE Smziors JIZIZIOILT Sojrhomores Pfnlgrs . Gulfport, . . Ripley, . . Laurel, . .McComb, . .Gunnison . IVOOdville, . Gulfport, . . XVhite Plains, . . . .-Iackson, . . Crystal Springs, . . .Gulfport . Greenville, . . Gulfport, . . .lNlCComlw, . . Coffeeville, . . . Louin, . . . . Belen, . Holly Springs, v I Green Nliw Bliss Nlixs Niiw Nliv lN'I1ss Bliss N. Y lNI1n Miw lNIisx lNIias Miw. Miv lNIiSN. lvliss. Miss Nliss .,,. X 'ala' 0' Zxx " 7 ' 3 . ' .re I a . .g.1g,Q 1 Hzlirstvll, H1-witt. Mvllattlfly. funn-y, 11-11 I'1'z1w1'o1'tl Dt-nt Elliott I,:'St11111-, XY11tl'1il1gtc111: Ur--xxltl Y P11111 Klx I 1 t 11111111 Sk1ll11l'l', XYELI' , -'l'1', 5 H114 01, 111 -il ' i Q Kurs 111111. A111 tll, P11111 11., A 1 NH11, B1k'llPIlll2lI'1l. IgI'PXVt'l', D. 'A11111-, 1':11'I1-11 Vrull. l'1'osl1y t'111111i11gl H Q 15111 lllvlis, J liilll l't11'lw- Elliott 11 -S, NYl1itIi1'l1l, YM' SIGMA CHI Q L- 4 19 Q , V, 3- .Q ly' ,Y .XLL.,.A........... ,, vt, 1 Q55 1' 1 ,I lx Af, A X43 Hf 7 455-S tllxgllbgvg l ,A-'arncgs 7 X 51612157 K 4 X 4 1- - L, lv. o PAGE 76 0 PAGE 77 SIGMA CHI Fflllllkldl I S55 Ninety-tlirce Active Chapters Flnacrr: XVl1ite Rose Colors: Blue and Gold ETA CHAPTER E5I11l1fiJfn'J 1857 FRATR IES IN LYRBE BR.xx11.xM IIEME M,xc RE1n Dxvm C.xR'1 IZR DR. li. S. CILYION FRATRES ix l".xQt1.'r.x'1'E N. LOWE T. C. INIIMBROCCII R. J. F,xR1.EY Umm' GLIYTON R. M. GL'Ess L. C. :XNDREVVS A. II. Ll'll'IiI,E IZIJXKIXRIJ L. XVALKER FRATRES IN LYNIYIERSITATIZ Stllli0I'.V B. CONs1Ax'1lxE IIAXRSTOX . Crnwfortl, Miss. Rn' RAYMOXO Ruin, JR. . . Oxford XVILLI.-'KM IIXLEY HEWi'1'l' . . Jackson, Miss. SAM IRIJZILR RO.xxE, JR. . . Oxford Tiioxms L. RICIIANEY. . . . Tupelo, Bliss. KmrsROt'm1 S. SRINNER, JR. . Mgt-on, ROmfR'l VV. XVARREN . . . . Jackson, Miss. Juniors N.x'r1iAN B. CRAWLORO , . XVest Point, Miss. JOHN B. I-I1.i.iO'1"1'. . . . Oxford, P,xr'r, ,AL'CL'S'liL'S DEx'1'. . , . Macon, Miss. FOWIN filiflkfili S'l'OxE . . 1,3111-el I.L't'l.xx RM' XVAOIIXCION . . Belzoui, Miss. Soplzoznorfs NORMAN C. BREWER, JR. . Greenwood, Miss. Emi JAMES FORO, JR. . RANDOLPH Kl.X'CE . . . . Corinth, . . P:isCagotiln,lN1fss. Bliss. ROBERI REA Pi11i.I.1P5. . JAMES Ilfxl. :XNDliKSON. . . Corinth, JAMES P. BIEDENILXRN. . . Yit'kslmrg, D.-Wm JLTNIPFR BRliVk'l1R . . Urn-cimrootl, LEE S. C.-'nxt-3, JR. . . . Columbus, DAVID T. C.xR'1'ER, JR. . . . Oxford, SCOTT XV. CRELI. . . . Greenwood, NEWTON CROSBY ..... Norfield, ELIDJ.-'KH H. CLTNNINGIIANI . Greenwood, Pfulgz lN1iss. Bliss. Miss. Nliss. Niiss. llli-s. Bliss. lxliss. Iit:nER'1' FR.xxuis XYERBY . Rom-1R'1' IIIQOHES lNlENlJIiL. vVll.l,I.-XM XV. MI'1'fiIE1.1. 'l'uOx1.xs Exocii MQKELI, . . . XVQ-sson, Bliss. 5 CL'l.I.IiN B. flI.'RI.Eli, JR. lrl1R.xx1 R. ifl.I.IO1'l' . . . XV. S. IQMIZREI-Q, JR. . l314,R1 Iikvix .-.. . Cl,.xL'O U. fi.XLBR:Kl'llI . '1'R.xx'xs ll. lllcks. . ALLEN i'i.XL'l,KS JONES . XV11.1,1AM VV. XVlII'I'FIliI.D . Columbus, Miss. Vickslwurg, . Como, . Oxford, . Rienzi, Courtland . . Como, Crawford, . Corinth, . Tupelo, . Macon Picnyune v Miss lN'Iiss lNIiss Miss lxiiss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Bliss Miss 5 A f llmliord, Vnlnplwll, 11.1 Fm-clrlw, l'I'1H!ll', f'1lXllh'S. l'111'1', ljm-IS mwvsxmlmll, m'.n,1sins. 1,'u11nix1g- lmm, I"1lllHilll'I'. Fultml Iillus- Iwln, liny, Stzlllwulwll, NYJAHHII. XN'ill111ms, Milwh--ll, Price Slwp, 11141, 5lMH'Ill2lli1'I' Alllvs, Uuyxl limxill, Iinsxvvll, lhnlllglllglll 4'zuu1vlwll, "L 1'-wk. My Vfmli Y.g Hull, Hurlxs I,:1l1gt'm'ml Klfwtmu Biuslfhur-n, Hunsulu Sway, Svnlv, SIU-llvy, XY:atkius, XYllIi:1ms. SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON 0 PAGE 78 0 PAG E 79 SIGMA ALHA EPSILON o I-uIIIInlcIl 1850 f.lYllfll'5.' Royal Purple Zlllfl iiulnl I"lrmci'r'.' Violet Une llumlrwl and '1.lll't'C .'XI'tix'e C'lIgIptvI'a MISSISSIPPI GAMMA CHAPTER l:'sf1If1lI,Ifn'.f 19311 FRATRIZS IN IYRIZIZ I.. UIIIIIARI I,IIIl.I.ll' fl.XRX.Xl'll.XXI iXIL'RR.XX' C. l'..Xl.K XV, N, I.I2.xvIcI.I. bl. XV. 'II I'I.Xl.KXI'R .l.X5ll-S Slow, -IR. XV. I., .XRCIIIIIAIIJ jriux I7.XI.KXIzR R, I,, SI'I.I.II'.xg CARI. CIIIQRS XX'II.I.I.IxI I:.XI.KXliR l'lR.X'I'RliS IN ICICI I,'l'.X'I'li yllilflf C. II.XXlXI DR. IIXVID II. ISISIIIIII I"R.xTRIfs IN lvNIX'IiRSlT.X'I'l2 Suziora' iXI.XIORX' l3L'l-'ORD . . . , . Olwlmiii, IXIIRR. 'I'IIIm.Is ll. Knox. . . . , liiluxi, QIHIRIJIAQ IIAIV C'.xxIPnIQI.I. . YLIYIIII C'i1y, Mi N. VIQIIIR ISIIIII PRIMII I-1 .... Iiiluxi, R. ,IIINI-S Isl-IJRIL' ...., lileII4lIiI'1I, IXIIX- KIRK Ii. IIXXNI5 . . . 4l4lIlK'NIIlXVll, .Illlli0I'S fl.-XRRUII. M, CARR . . . . 'IqlIlIIl'1l, Mi--. .'Xl'llRl-X' li, IfLI.Iux .,., -IQWLAIIII, BL'R'I' N, COHRS . . . . Meriiiizin, Mi-N. I.ll1 I7. IIIXIS ....... Ripley, IiI'r:I-xIf li. clIISX.XII.XY . . .-Xl1c'I'clccII,iXIIw. D.xI'IIw XV. IIIIISIIIX, III . . .-Xlwnlu-II, U, li, Conslws, JR. . . , . Iiiluxi, Nliw RIIIIIRI Ru' ...,... CVLIIIIIIII, XIII C'L'xxIxr:II.uI .... .'xl5t'l'tlt't'Il, Nliw. XV. M. Sl.XIlXX'IIRlII, -IR. . . Meridian, xl. XV. 'II I7.xI.RxI1R, IV . . , Uxfuril, Miw. N.XI XV.Xl'IIlX' . .... Vim--I Vity, IQXRYIQI' I., -Im'xI.R, IR. . . . 'l'iIpclII, GLX' IXIIICIII-I.I., IR. jrmx .XXIIS . ,IIIIIN limb. . . IDICK linorll . . XV.xIfIIaR IIOSXVIZI I. . filiflkiili I5L'L'll.XK.XY flIJI.lX i'xxIPI:IfII. . MII.IIIv UIIIR . R X'IRI:II. UIIIR . l. FM' IIIII. . IIUXXQXRII S, XX'II.I.IxxI5, xlll. . hiwcimville, TXII-Q. S0f'lIOIlIOI'f'K Miw. XVIII .X. IJRICIQ . . . . . 'IlllI'IL'l0, iXIIws. R. U. 5lllzl'.XRlJ . . .Al.l..XN C. SIIIII-1xI.xRI-,R . . . IX1ericli:III, Misx, ljjflliflt A' . Ilzilticxlsurg, Mix-. IA IIIIIIN lI.XRRIS , . llfllllllllllll, Mi-R. IXIIXIIR I,.xv:InRIm . . . . .'xl1t'l'llt'ClI, Miw. 'IlliUXl.XS .X. 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Juniors RIQIIARD IIAYI15. . , l'l:II'kxIl:Ilc, MN. RIIIII-RI Plf1IR,XM . . Tupelo, Ghuxfppf Rn' . ...., KiI'I-vrmxmfui, Mi-X. LiIIrrIu:If IQYIRI-Wl'I . . , lIIdiIIIml41, RUl1l'R'l M. l3uI'I:IwIeII'x - - Nlrrimiiw, MN. Ifluxli ICIIRI-I'I . . . IIIIlinIIul:I, IIINRI YNIIIIII FRXXSIR . cIl'l'C'llXNlNlll, RIN. HI-Y II-NYU . . . XV1IyIIwlmIIm, Sflf5ll'Nll0l'l' DHI-i FIUISIR . . . Gxu-IImIml, Mi-N. VIII-,sII-R C'L'IIIIs . . c'lLll'l'iNli1lIt', VVII.lIL'RX IIIIIIIQIIR . . . . l,I'xiIIggtmI, INIINN. FRI-II UIASS . . XVIIIIIIIII, Gmnuzr Krvxxx XVAIII . fIlAt't'llXX4NHl, Nliw. E, Y, C'.x'IuI-: . . XVvlwlw, Pfufgzf IIAIUIIII FIIRII . . . 'I'zIylIIrwilIr, Miw. -lull-5 CTIRI-I-XIIR . . f'lt'Vt'l1lIlLl, KIRIEH' IIARRI-I.I. . , MI'C'oIIIlw, Mis-. RIIIIIKI' PIPRIXYIDIIII. I fII'CCllXK'llllLi DAVIS FAIR . . . I.lYLIiNYillt', NIINN. QIXRRXRD BARR!-,I'I . . . fIl'Cl'IlXNlllHi l'II.xRI,Ifs FAIR . lmliq-illt-v MN. .fXII:IxI RI'ssIfI,I . . . . Oxtkml, Imam P.xIzI4I-'R . , . fvlllllnll, MN. Iuxxxm WI- .bXII.ms. . Nan-lmcz, RIIIHIIRI Nxxu' . . l'lzII'lwIl:Ilc, Nliw. Misa Nliw. Bins. Nllsx. Miw Nliw Misx Miw MIM NUM Sliw Bliss Nliss Miw Xlvllwuin, Sq Quinn, Ewinu. IH-aw-llzxrxx, Ilurm-y, Pmkl-1't4v11 FUXYII. INl1'l.u1'1- .Xx'vrill, Mr'- lluuin, XV,g Stmw. .Iunvs, Ml-- llwzlin, ll. li.: lklsswly, Yzum XI4-Mull:-11, llrf-vu, 4'1lXl'l'. Kvut 'I'x':1 mr. LA. BETA THETA Pl o sv- 5. fi? r 3' 4-VM 6-y .QL ' .L, fc, .y L. ,-O15 5 3 ', , fixing ,' QF' Q- '- 01 0- Cl.,- 0 PAGE 82 0 PAGE 83 171rmLwr'.' Rui KUNG BETA THETA PI o Vrvumlvd 13:11 f'nlnn.' l,ip,1lTt Pink :md Blue ltlghtrx -Nl'X'L'll .Xvtlvc :XIt'llYlTL'l'N BETA BETA CH.APTER lZ'Alrlf1firflf'J lxfu l'R.X'l'l'R IN l',XL'l l,'l'X'I'I' Dx. QXIIRIIX Ill Ml l'ux'r1f1a IN l Rm- Dxvm II. Hllllll-N 1'iR.X'l'RliS IN LYYIYI-kllHl'I',X'l'I SI'lIiUI'5 Suu rl. D. xlL'lIH,XlY. . XVnyuwNlww-, MN. VIXLK Il. Iiulxu . A . . tilmf.-I-, Mix, Dwm Nimwcrmlx Qrlxw Imlizmwlzn, Him. XVrnmxRl1l3.lilrwlxxx . , Ilgmil-Nlmurg, Nliw. Jlllliflllf ,fully K, R,XN1I'X' , , . . UXTHHI, Nliv XVII I IXXI HI SIN, IR.. . . Hzlftiwlmlll-gi fkliw llm PIXKIRIHX , X'1YQlXI1l'NlYll"l. Mix, Sojvlmzlzfm ,T lil-km' D. likrmv , . , Simlutm, Nl'-E, RILKIIXRD NILl,l1cr . , Uxtfml, Mi-N XVIIIIXNI l'. AMI-RHI . - . lfl'1ullful'1l, K' Illl. ljfrrfyrx XVTTIARIT l., Nlvllwxlx , XVuym-Nlmm, MN. .Xl mu-T NMMLIIT-x , . Sumncr, Miw Ifxum Swv ........ SIT-mlgs, Nliw. XVAI mx CERT-I-x . . . Uxhml, Miw Rumi wlwxrs . . lm-T-mwffl, MN. l3I'N1M1Ix Cin:-H . . .Mm-ridizm, Mi-Q R. H. NIVIIXXXIX . PIINVIILIIHIIII, Nliw l'xlr Iiulzx . . llnttiwlwurg, MTM XV1l.l,1.xx1 P. !',xm4m . lixwwklxznu-11, Miw. lrvllx XV. lil-xx . . llnllnndnlv, Miw Ifxrlm .Im Yxxx . . Nlvridigm, Slim. IM' Ilmmklw l'k.x1'T'. , NT-rrlmm, MN Vvxxx 'lkmkxlux . . . l'm'I1um, Mix-. N ff. X km DELTA TAU DELTA o 'la 15- 3 V . ,i9? "N if' A, E ,-sd. f', ' A 423 M Q' lbw 4X Q Q33 3 0 PAGE 84 0 PAGE 85 1'loQc4'l'.' Pzxnxy A. 'I'. Bun M' N ffL'IlJliR llxkvrfx' C'.xKf1l.R . IIl'RHIzR'l' Rural Mx urs II.xR'1sl 11.1.11 RYIY lI.xR'1sl II'I.D . DELTA TAU DELTA o I-Rmumlcal 1859 l.'r1lfn'.v.' Purple, XVhitc, and Gold Scvvllty-Hvu :Xctivu l'halptcrs P1 CHAPTER l:fflulfli.fln'1f ax Ruizzlumc l"l'llfI'f'llifJ', 13,135 I.'u11.vr1li.I11lm1' Qcflfz Dflm Tau Drlfa, 1880 FRATRES IN LTNIY l2Rs1'1xxTE Srniors . Corintl1,MifN. Rrnnmx Bunn. . . Ilighluml Park, III. Jznziors . . Yiukslunm, Miw. BLD Nl'l,SflN lrzm' . . . Sprillgdicld, Ohio IIHULI-R'lE P. llmw-5 . . . Yzmm City, Misx. S0f71lfllllUI'l' . . . l'I:1rkvl:1h-,Miw Ifruxx I,, llxwkxxs, . . Vaiden Mifg, Pff'ffgc'.V . . IllfliIlIl0l1l, Miw. Slrfklixrz XV, Rlclmxlrsfm .Philaldclphiag Miss. . Oxfurd, Nliw, xV.Kl,I..XL'!-Q -Ikcollsux ,.., Yig-lvhufg, lug.. , . . . . Oxford, Miw. 'l'Hfm,xS Yorxrz. . Yivkslmllrg, Miw. RL'ssra1,r, AMMONS . . . . Corinth, Mixs. 1 QIN., K 3 , J' 1':11Iv1', Mr'Dill. TI'1'lY1flilll". Kev- svv, Pow'-ll, XYutki11s Hwmkills, up Hopkins, H.: Pullen, XVQJIIS, Singlvy, R1-In-rtson, Strong. I-:u1111s.1x'ille, Nvvillv. Roirl Mr-- NYlmrt1'r, Gillvspiv, Hopkins. T.g NVilliz11nS. KAPPA ALPHA 'C- N mm :av 6-gfm Y A 'gs 5 .4 3 . N., X, 2. ,fxvx ,Mg , "U ' 4 ,g,,, A 13113 579329 W- we! 3f1' Lxfjff IYK' , Qu ts 5. it 0 PAGE 86 0 PAGE 87 Cnl0r5.' Cfill1NfJlI mul Gold KAPPA ALPHA I I'1llllIlliL'll ISGS Fln1cvr'5.' Mngnulizl and Red Ruse Sixty -eight .Xvtive Clmptcrx ALPHA UPSILON CHAPTER 1Zi.Cl1lffH.ffl:'if 1000 11R.K'I'RIiS ix l'Rm2 XV. A. NifVlHlR5IlI.D 15 l"R.x'1'15R IX lixcl I.'l'.X'1'IZ DR. XV. I.. Kl'.XXHX I'iR.YI'RIiS IN lvNlVIZRSI'l'.X'I'li Swziors 'frm XV.x'1xlxs . . jaclvmi, Miw. U'cr.sii.xir Qixiu 1-R. Juniors JACK NICDIII. . . . . Jackmn, Mi--. NV. J. '1'Rl-x1.xIxr- . ILUAN Primus . . . Vir-kxlmrg, Miw. Soplz 0 nz on gi' PIQIIOMNS Kwslrri . . . Ili-lem Ark. Rumiki I.. I'L'1,11-N , Rnrsam POWELL . . VVlI.1.1.xM XV.x'1'Kix5 . . OLIVER llnrxlxs. . IIU711 IIUPKINS . C'u.xklr,s I.. RflL'NS.XYlII.li . VV11.1,I.xM NIiX'II.l.Ii. . . S.xx1RHm. . . . Cui R. If. M. l,L'RSl:R . . Ilnttiexlvurg, . ,I:U'ixNUll, . .'XiWE'I'KiL't'l1 . Powell, Miw. Rflllltkl' XVPIIS . . , Qlaclmiii, Aberdeen, Mixs. jxmks SIXISI LY . . . . , . Meridian, . Ilivkury, Misx. Sunni Y, RHIWRISUY' jk. , . jnvlwin, . . Lulu, Miw. Al. VV, Srxuxrz ...... finillllliius 1JfL1fgzS . 'l'ur1ir-11, Miv. VIQHUMAS NICXVIIORII-R . , . Meridian, Meridian, Miw liuzli fiIII.I:'SPIIi . . . Rnyrnumi, . jfwkson, Miw. 'l'lirm.xs liIlI'KlYS . . . Lula, RI,IhS xVIII.I.XN1S . . - . Benoit, Miv. Mix- Mi-5 Mis, MN M1-N Miw iN1isS Sli-s Nliw Miw Lili ', P? If . Rx. 4 444 J lx 94' Ama. II4-1'1"-n, ' TZ.-ul, 1 llllllhl I r1'flXYllSl"IlIl, K.-ys, XY5lvyg XX xt Sun .YXINIQ-l's1rll, Sfvwulf. XVHV- rong Bnrwm. XVf,m1y. " Russ-'I, Stvxvmht, V.: Sluss, 41111111-Q, Iiuurt, Ilugmlll, Gwinn Aflzuns. Ilzmvy, Mnnlu' Kvyf l' I ' f'l"ll'lH'l' 4'l'r'm'll1 ...,,v. . 1 li11llnw,l1:lr'y,I..-0,Iiz11'tlnl:4 ll lt Yull K1-rum, 1'l'uwl'-vrnl, Slvuu KAPPA SIGMA f X , fc. ' 'f , Q-1' -1' K' 5. 1 - . A 'ivftxvf iff? 1-. X, X-if K Q P f Q- Q ff 'I 'A- Q 1 N Wx tl 'N 1 sh, f x li 45' el 0 PAGE 88 0 PAGE 89 KAPPA SIGMA Foundesl 1369 Colors: Scarlet, VVhite, and Green I"l0fwfr.' Lily-of-the-Valley IRA I.. INIORCAN DR. A. I.. BoNnL'RANT CEILMAN REID, JR. . DoL'r:r.A5 GARnxER . . VVn.soN LONG. . . SAM IIERRox . . C. F. .ANDERSON . . XRVARRFNI S'I'FXY.'XR'I' . . VVI1.i,iAm BAcox . . . XVELLS VV. VVoonY, JR. . DAN M. RVSSIELI., JR. . C'or.I,iER STEWART . . fiEORCE HEY Fox . . ,loE .ARCHER S'1ARxE5. . H. M. lfL'AR'I . . . I.owREY INGRAM . . FRANCIS O'SHEA . . filLI.IAM Unix . . HERMAx Amms . R. F. HANEY . . . Bn,I. Mov1r:o:uERi' . . F. J. KlfliS, JR.. . One Hunrlrecl and Eight Active Chapters DELTA XI CHAPTER L'sl11lfIi.vhrtI 1036 FR.-XTRIIS IN LlRBE liAX'l'ER FI.LIO'I'T FRATRES IN l'l.XCLfI.T.XTI2 DR. CIIARLIZS S. Sx'nxoR DR. joux FRATRES ix UNIX'ERSIT.fXTIZ . Saltillo, . . Saltillo . . Durant, Rom. . Charleston . Charleston Durant . Tehula, . Gulfport, . C'h:n'leston, . Cliarleston, , Brooksville, . Charleston, . Piekens, . Charleston, . .'I'ehula, . . Ripley, . Booneville, . Goorlman, . .Magee I.. SMA I. Grmlzmle Seniors Nliss. Nliss. Dox iI'OX'S'NSIiND . XVYLIIE KEES. . . 7 Miss. VKIl.I.iAM XV.-wsow . rwoon, JR. New Allmny, Miss. funiors Niiss. fiI.DVIiR XVn,R1s's . Miss. i'lL'BliRT NORRIS . . Miss. LVXVYRFNCE Gwlx . . Bliss. IIOXKIKRD VV. Kisxv-'R . Sojvh 0 mortar Miss. Hemi I,ovE REID . . ixiiss. HAX'I'ER Sross . . Pffzfgrr Miss. ,lofty fiR.UiBliR . . Miss. HEXRY GREEN . Miss. Bonny BURNS . Miss. Hrou GARY . Miss. GETTIS LEE , . Bliss. M. N. B.'KR'l'I.lNG . Miss. IIAx1PI'IA'l"l'Ew. . . Miss. EMMIi'l'I' DEAN KEMP Miss. Tnorwis C'RAwioRn . Miss, jolf STEVENS . . . C. CL'I.I,EY DR. H. M. MORSE . Chicago, Ill . Xxiillfiliil, . .IVIagee, Pelahatehie, Brooksville, . Quitman, . Natchez, . Natchez lVIiss Miss Nliss lNIiss Miss Nliss Niiss . . Cliicngo, Ill. . Kf1sCilISk0, lN'Iiss Yazoo City . Guntowu, . Booneville Swan Lake, Booneville, . Itta Benn, . Gulfport Sanatorium, . Matliiston Clzlrksdale, Niiss lNl1ss Bliss Niiss Miss Bliss Nliss Miss Bliss Nliss 'I 5 O O Q 1 v , WYQPV , Q. n . I .,9 'Off . V C lx 0 'I f 9 ' , -' Q ,O .0 4 u ' I 1 'n f ll! 'I fx ALPHA TAU OMEGA o -. 35243 , , ,V-WM---f C,,XL xx KL Q 15 QQQ, x1iN A . Xiyuxwif 0 PAGE 90 0 PAGE 9I ALPHA TAU OMEGA o Ifuumled I S65 Colors: Blue' IIIILI Gold Ifff11crI'.' XVlIiIc 'fm Row Nillvty-five .'XI'tIx'c C'lI:IptrrS MISSISSIPPI DELTA PSI CHAPTER If.f1fI11li.vf1rIf IUJQ' 1',R.X'I'RlCS IN l".xcI I.'I'.x'I'I2 Dux A. XV. fNIII.IlI:Y t'o.IuII C. M. SIIIIII FR,xTRIis IN L'IzIzE IIoR.II'I2 XVRICIII' P.XI'IflX R. X. XVII I LIMS, jk. 1'iR.X'I'RlfS IN LfxlvI5IzSI'I'.xTI2 Cfrrzzflmfz R. HIxI:II.IxI DI wmv . . lJI'cvIImImI, MISS. Seniors C1I.xRI,If5 Ii, Ilomilis, jk. . llrccnuwnml, INIISS. Owl-S' RflX'k'l'l . . . lwlu, Jxmfs II. Kumi . .... Natchez, MESS WW'-W J. PIII- , . Iuka, Jznziors' Ii. .IAQK ISIPKIQ. . . Ruleville, MiSS. f'II.IKIIzS A. I'I1I,I.IRIm. . . iinwnlxmml, Ilmxxxkn Q. DAVIS . . . llldilllllllll, NIISS. KIHJRIII' NIL'f'I,IXlllCK . . . lielmni, IZI.KIx S. JACK . . . . IIIIIISIUII, NIISS. XVIIIIIM K. 'I'RIxII:I.I, . . Alexnmlri. Rnnhkl I.. Kluxxmfzlm , . . Ibxtm-II, Mix, IJ!l'l!Ql'.Y XVII.I,I.IxI U, CIXRK . . . Biloxi, MiSS. I,IfSIIfI: f'.XRRI'lIl . - . I-Slwmklmwn, Ii.III.I.x' O. FRIDGE . . . Nlngumlial, MISS, IIHIRUI- .L III SIIR . . . Kilxxniclmznvl, DI.x'I'rmN -IURIDAN . . lQuIfpm-I, MISS. XVII.II.III II. SCUII . . . IIIIIISIIIII, IIMLS Run' ...... , '11-lmlgl, MISS, IIIIIS' .-XIII-x, JR. . . . Iuka, XVII.I.I.xM R. ARMS'I'RrmxG . . li0llNtUIl, MiSS. XVAISIR I'RnSPI4IcIf . . Nutclmcz, NIINS NIISS INIISS NIISS I, L11 IXIISS MISS NIISS MISS. NIISS 5 0 ijs Y VO XO Q vw, ,. Ihllllw, lurlll l., II ll lx I 1111 H111 x lrll I T . .',1rk, 1 I Hal IH 1 Il11x x H11 1 n PI KAPPA PHI o 01,1 1 ff Xf Al 1.1011-LQ 0 PAGE 92 0 PAGE 93 PI KAPPA PHI o Fuuiided 190+ Colory: Gold :Ind Xxvhife Flofwrw' Red Rose Forty Active Cliapteis ALPHA LAMBDA CHAPTER Ifslzilzlisflrd 1027 FR.-XTR ES IN LiRB E Iimvix M.xRvIx I70rIIII5x' Gazrmcu M. KNIGIIT -IIIIIN Byimx fiA'lIlRICIl'I' XVII,I,I.xxI R, PIIIIIIIIS ROME T. Dxnns. . FIIANIQ K. lIr't:IIIis . N. C. Housa . . . MORGAN KI:I,I.I':s1 , . SOLII5 McIiI.km' . FR.-xxx F. Inwiuxcrz . DAVID 13.-XRHS. . . Ronizm Ii. liII,I!I-IR . . DORIC DIaIiEI.II HAKICS . VVII.I.IAsI FRAXK Cfxiurgia JOHN lj.-XII, DYER . . . Lvxwoon GARRIi'I'I' . . '1'IIrm.xs I..xxrg IIARVEY . Iii-'I1RIi'I'I' M. IIARRISIIN . JACK Hormrgs .... ,ALVIN M. IIUNI' . RICIIARD A. NIII,I.I:R . juris D. PARKFR . . '1'IIrIRxI-I:Y O. Ron . . jiskrmra C. SIIAW . . CIIARIES Iliinois VVISIQ . Fxrsn Ro.-xcII FRATRIZS IN L.vNIVIiRSIT,XTli SI'1li0l'.V Juniors S0f7ll0lI10l'l',t' Plvzlgcs . .ShaIIIIon, . Kussuth, . .Enid, . .IiUl.lSUlll, . Oxfurd, . Oxford, . .ShrIIIIIOII, . Xvilflillfllilll, . Cntcliings, , Shzlniion, . Van Vleet, . .Oxford, . . Nlathistmi, . . Jackson, . Oxford, . . Sturgis, . . . Drew, . Hattiesburg, . , Meridian, Slate Springs, . . .HIIghes, Bliss Miss Miss MIss 1N1iss Miss Niiss iNiIss Niiss Miss Niiss Miss Nliss Bliss Niiss Miss Bliss Miss Miss Nilss Ark V ab' :fait 3 ,IQQ I A V r -ov" 'Q 0. liffnfx 556' 11- ' i is Y All 1 iL1fnI'd, Vnssill lwllslwy, XY:ltliins I n ln '1 x :ws tllixvr, XX llNfl!l 1 xldxnll H11 lllllx 4m lls I It ev TQUIISUII, Sluuymhue nl his, 4'lllI1l1lillQS, IX: 4 I .' " 0 PAGE 95 Colors: Black, VVhite and Gold A. A. AOEN . . . L. C. PIOFORD, JR. . LEE T. COSSAR . . . JOHN A. fiIl.I.II.ANlJ . OLIVER PIORNSBY . . H. C. VVATKINS . . VVIIIIAM E, DENMAN CLIFTON M. TYNES . H. P. OLIVER . . . JOE MEI.I.ON . . DAVID XVILSON . BEN CAI,owELI. . . EARNEST VVII.I.I,xMs . NAT OWEN, JR. . L. D. RITIIER . . O. K. GEE . . . FRANK YOUNG . . I. D. BENSON . . . RYLANIJ SIIROPSIIIRIQ . PAUI. SPEIGHTS . . En CUMMIXGS . . VVILLIAM FEDRIC . . SIGMA NU o Founded 15269 One Hundred Active Chzlptc-rs EPSILON XI CHAPTER Lixlzzlzlislmi 11137 FRATRES IN IJNIVERSITATE Srniors Juniors SUflll0lll0I'l'X Plwlgzls Flon-m'r.' XVhite Rose . Valley Park, . Lumberton, . Charleston, . .NeNbit, . .Natchez, . .Quitman, . Greenwood, . Monticello, . Charleston, . . . igUlt0Il, . Yazoo City, . Charleston, . Cedar Bluff, . Gulfport, . .Tupelo, . Carrollton, . Greenwood, . .Anguilla, Rolling Fork, . lwonticello, . li row nstown, . Charleston, Miss. Miss. Miss Miss Niiss Miss Miss Miss Miss Niiss Nliss Ninas Nliss Miss Miw Nliss Nliss Miss Nliss lVlisS lnd Miss 6 -1 'o :I 9 4fnKA.1-x .-1 1 .ulf.ol1, Amh-1-sml, I". A..J11l1n son, l'rit4-Imxwl, Russ.-ll, Trusty. Alu-xnxltlly, lirwlnzml Bmlflllx Irby, Mitf-I14-II. Ii, 'l',, Al4ll'idp4f Slll,lt'lll1lk"I', Spight. .XIlt1"l'SUll K.: Holnn-x, 1,'uNYSvl'I, Kum- llwly, Blmmxlvy, SllIlIl1l4'l'S Mitwh.-ll XV T PI KAPPA ALPHA o S 'fm if! lx Lf -'f'f' a 1'-"Nb b A PAGE 96 0 PAGE 97 Eighty Active Chapters JACK QIOKDON PI KAPPA ALPHA Founded 1868 GAMNIA-IOTA CHAPTER lfslrzlflixlzfwl IQBQ' FRATRIES IN LTRBE james R. KNICll'l' I"R.xTRI2s IN Fact' I,T.xTE Colors: Garnet and Gold C. IE. SLOUGIYI T. A. BIeRrRs'IxxII' G. CLARIQNQE C.xRI,soN FRITRISS IN UNlX'ERSIT.XTE Swziors FRED A. IANDERSON, jR. . . . Uluster, Miss. CIARIQNQI2 D. PRI'I'cIIARn . . . Oxford, ROBERI L, -lmINsoN , .... Tupelo, Miss. Ramsm' li. RL'55Iil.I. . . . Greenville, VVlI.l.I.XM T. '1tKL'S'l'Y . . XVater Valley, Miss. fznziors LYNN D. IABERNNIIIY .... Panola, Miss. ll,xRm' MGIIRI: fikkll.-XXVI . . Meridian, HUGII M. B,xIiIiI.IaY . . XVater Valley, Miss. l'RA'I'I' IRIIY ..... . Oxford, '1xL'RNlrlR N1l'l'L'llEl.l. , . . Guntowii, Miss, S0f7lI0ll10I't'3' JOHN E. .AI.I7RlECli . . . XVinona, Miss. ll. O. FLOVVI-'KS . . Smithdale, HLIRGN H. fiL"I'Clllill'5ON . jackson, Miss. W. M. SIIoriM.xRRR . . Nesliit, I' I.INIzsm' SPIGIII, JR. . . . Tupelo, Miss. Plwlgrs IQERMIT II. ANDERSON . Sumrall, Miss. IiImvvARIm II. NI.-XBRY . . Goodman, VERNIJR S. Hormfs . . . Lexie, Miss. RL'ssHI.I. SL'MMIaRs . . . . Nesliit, HLYGII I. C'0wsER'I' . Goodman, Miss. KQEORCE VVM NE XVINTERS . lloulka, LIQRENS T. KIQNNEIJY . . Natchez Miss. VV. PI.I'Ie MI'I'cIIIaI.I. . . . Guntown BONNIE O. IXICC-xRI.r,x' . Guiitown, Miss. Sco'I'I' BI..xcR . . . Oxford Miss. Nllss. Niiv. Nliss. MIss. Mlss. Nfiss. Nliss. Nllss. Niiw. Miss. osaqgg XR ffl F' PHI PI PHI o Obs in. ik U' ' 4 xy V ..... ... .. ,AQ Wip 0 PAGE 98 0 PAGE 99 PHI Pl PHI o Fonndecl I 915 Colors: Black and Turquoise Blue FDVVARD L. SARDFRSDN XVx1,1.i,m T. Gxrxifs . VVILLIAM D. DON.AI,D . GEORGE CAII,lCL"l"l' . J. H. LYLES . . . BVILLIAM Lwas . . VARDAMAN S. DUNN . NEWNM: DDRSEY. . . LAVELLE Moxrammnkx' . BRADFORD TATE VVHIVE JAMES PRESTON FU'I'REI,I, . MAURY HARAWAY . . I. D. STACY . . . Twenty-one Active Chapters OMICRON CHAPTER Esialzlislnwf 1037 FRATER IN LlRBE FR.-xxx HEARD FRATER IN If.lxCL'LT.fxTE PERCY LEE RA1xw.xTrR FRATRES IN IINIVERSITAT is Grazlzzrlte Seniors Sflf1ll0lll0l'FA' Pffvlgfs Flofu:1'r.' Blue Bell . Varclumzin, . . .Inka, . B'Iooreheacl, Blue Bflnuntnin, . .Oxf0rcl, . .0xforfl, . Greenwood, . Aberdeen, . Longview, . .BnlClwin, . . .Oxf0rcl, . . Olive Brunch, . . .lI0ulk:l, Miss. Bliss. Miss Bliss Bliss Bliss Bliss Miss Bliss Bliss Bliss Bliss Bliss Efglil XI alclvn, Ruyg Pl-111111 fl n f II I X T I 1 IIII w, ,fn 9 ITT. XVI XVI 'I-, U 'rm' lliznIIlS.Rr1 m I II uw' SIGMA PHI EPSILON o Cs W? 1 ' L7 L.. Q . , - I f if 0 PAGE I00 0 PAGE l0I SIGMA PHI EPSILON Founded Igor Cj0l0f,f.' Royal Purple :uid Red FlIl'LL'I'I'.Y.' Amcrican Beauty Roses and Violets BRA M 1.E'1"l Ronmu 5 R, M, XVALDHN . EMMr5'r'r RM' . VV. D. Lowii . . F. M. PA'1"1'ox . VV. R. Scorr , . . . T. R. VVILIJAMS E. K. Hunsox . Zollie A. Swor . CECIL C. Bnoom DAN W. FLOYD . . .Newton ,1, Sixty -st-Ven Active Chapters Mississippi ALPHA CHAPTER lfrlzllllirflmf 1028 FRATRES ix LVRBE FRATR ES IN Ll NIYERSIT.-XTIS Boom-ville, Miss. -I. XV. PHNHER . . . Kosciusko . M. DUNN . . Oxford, Meadville, . . Drew, Brookhaven, . Jackson, . Sumrall . Oxford, Miss. G. T. Ck.xx:oRn . Miss. X. ll. '1'oRRl'i' . . . Clarksdale, Miss. S0f7llOlII0l'I'S Miss. S. E. fiRIMES . . Mis L. Fnox . . Mis VV. SMAr,1.woon Miss. R. C'1.oY. - - hlis lxdis Nl is C. I'I..xizK1Ns . '. P. Joi-ixsrox . C. Iloncli . . II. Ronuirrs . Kosciusko . Seminary, . Mendville, . Sunzitorium, . . Sumrall . . Oxford . Natchez, . . Oxford, . . flinton, . . Oxford, Nliss lWiss. lxilib Miss Nliss Miss Miss Nliss Miss Miss ol nun H111 2 l AN "A"STLlD6NT-- Eg: wHeN ABseNT ' ., -if-5 v - BULL OF Y, ' A , Juoce Tue CAMPUS ,qff g - 'THQ HINGH A SLICY-,SK GAL Mi' 2 ,W W' 1 'N K , , 7 H 3 A F " , I V I' -x.. .' - 4, ll '-' "j-25:11-,""' f 2 1 ,R gil mrau we Mum f aooya souwo EICU NEVER. SEEN P41 HMHCLUB P,OOM!FoP1zmPP.OveMeNT 0 PAGE l02 0 PAGE I 03 xl Eu r, P PAN-HELLENIC COUNCIL CHI OMEGA, LOUISE I.m'E, Pn-,via'v1I1 CIXDI: Bmixxl' PHI ML' EI.1z.-IIIETIYI INIONT-Im' LOUSE S.xxI1IIIIaR IDELTA IJELTA IJELTA MAIVIXA MCCOOL Fm Dgxnns K.xPI1.x SIGMA 'PAL' BEIII SMIIH' Minn' SLI Bruxxox D l'I,'1'.X ZETA lNIYR'IXl.E Mxsox SCDQGRITIES r .Q I Y., f l 'IO' 'v--s ' N 'fs Ol. .0 Q ow Q f , , ,s.'-b X Fowl, K1'vsIr'1', Y.0X'v, BVXLIIII. May, Imxis, llwum, 1'fUl'l"Vll. Stunlixunt, Floyd. HQ---, Ivy-'11 Ilullm-s, XYitty, V11--iq-11, XYMU, qwlllllilll, M4-I.znl'ty, M. lg Mr'- l,:11't", IQ: Fm-fI1'ir', Hull, N:il, l Y:ulv1'-'u:l1. Vlznytnll, Trusty. CHI OMEGA It ,Q X'A1N1x P 1 r X -if bk ,A--rw xy. Xa f . ... Q .n W ' f f' f 0 PAGE I04 0 PAGE I05 N C HI FOI Colors: Cardinal and Straw MRS. DAYIO NEIISON MISS IRENNE HOIIOWAY MISS lVlf'xRY R. fiI.liXX MRS. II. CiI.IEXN MISS FEMA lVlEIiK RLITII FORIJ . . LOUISE LOVE . . CLYDE BRYANT . . LOUISE HERRON . MA ROAREI' ROvs'I,A N HAYS lilili . . FRANCES DYER . JANE VIRIIEN . . BARBARA WAYI . COl.'R'l'XEY 'IQIXDAI I. MARTIIA JANE MCL EDITH McLAR'I'Y . OMEGA 0 lllileil 1895 Eighty-Scveii Active Chapters TAU CHAPTER Iiyla lzfiyflrtf 1809 SORORES IN LlRBE MISS MARY V. ROwI.ANn MRS. FAROUA MRS. R. j. FARLEY MRS. ANNE I'ROwN MRS. A. L. BONDUR.-KN'l MRS. AAIWY JOIINSON SDRURES IN LlNIVERSIT.'YI'l2 1'il0fLL't'f.' VVhite Carnation MRS. MRS. MISS MRS. MRS. VV. KENNON IRA L. MORGAN CiERAl.D EATMAN EIINA LOWE EAIM A N FRANR PLIRSER Grfulzzatf . Columbus, MiSS. IEIIIEI. KEE-SI.ER . Svniors . Yazoo City, lxfliss. ANN lWAY . . . . . C'oFfeeville, Miss. VIRGINIA DAYIS. . lVlIRI.XM fiVK'lN ..... Lexington, MiSS. Julziorx . . . Durant, Miss. fiARNIi'I'l' S'llL'RDlV.-XX'l' . n .... Oxford, Mis-. MA'I'IiI.YN FLOYD . . IIERMINE MQBEE . . . Greenwood, MiSS. Sojwhonzorrs . Carrwfllton, Miss. FRANQES HOLMES . . Creenwnod, lN'IiSS. FRANCES YV1'l'l'Y . Pledges . Greenville, MISS . . Jonestown, lVIiSS . . . .lllCllIll10lZ1,NIlSS ARIY . XVater Valley, . . XVater Valley, MISS AO N FS TRLIS'I'Y . lN1ISS. . I.UcII.E FEIIRIC. . . C'AROI.YN HAII. . . JANIE NAII.. . . NEI.I. YARRROIOH . . LINDA C'I-AY'I'ON . . . . Genada, lN1iss. Greenwood I Miss. . Sumner, Miss. lNIOOreheacl, lVliSS. . Cllendora, lxllss. . qlflCl'i50ll, lN'IiSS. Hernando, Miss. . XVDIODII, MiSS. . Glendora, lN1iSs. Hernando, lN1iSS. l'IOrn Lake, MisS. . Pickens, Miss. . Tupelo, Miss. ,.,- nmtjwy, ll-'rlu-1't, Sillllllf-4'l', 1 npvrs, In-nznlll, iiillvrurim-' Mui'- ,,m, NHI'ljlli9l, lN'lllll1lll, Ay- 1..-kA .Xl-llnlw-, H1:ull'IIrul. Cu- yn 1-tml, l'u.qu1itt, 1'4.ppmlL11', I lllHillI'l', Flynn, lim-gis, A. l.., IIll'QiS, J.3 Imuun, lf.: I,nu:m I 1 Nvflillllis, Mzllhln-Il, I'--lr IS, Iiussvll, lmrutlmyg Ilussf-ll, Lillian: fl'l'n1,m11vsu11. PHI MU o w"f S INA- 0 xi, 'fe u " sw, .-s' . 0 PAGE IO6 0 PAGE l07 Colors: Rose :Ind VVhi1e MRS. CARL COERS ELl7ABli'l'H MoN'I-Joi' . - CHARI.0'l"I'E CAPERS . . HELEN DONALD . . FRANCES AYCOCK . OXITA AI.nRInoE . ANABELLE BRAnIfoRn . E1.IsE C'APER'I'oN . . JANICE C0I.OUI'I'I' . P0I.I.YCOPP.-ICE. . . . KAI-I-IERINE SUE FALKNER EUGENIA CORINNE FLINN. ANNIE LALRIE PIARGIS. . PHI MU Founded I 952 Fl0QL'l,l'5.' Pink Illld Vvhite Carnations Fifty-nine Active Chapters ALPHA DELTA CHAPTER E.v1nbli.vl1rII 1924 SORURES IN LYRIZE MISS ELISE Focc SURORES IN U NIVERSITATE Seniors . Greenwood, Misw. ii.-YIIIRYN HERBERT. LOUISE SANOII-AER . . Greenwood, Miss. Juniors . . jackmn, Misv., NTARY CilI.LESPlE . . Mooreheand, Miss. DELESLYN MORGAN . DONNIS NOROLIIST . . . Lexington, Miss. 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In l1.I':1lIUl1 flnnlzzfzlr Xln1'lIu.1 I-Ilnznlwtll Nlxllvy, I.:l llx vi, JI Iss. .III zliury l1lIl.l X. .Imui Hvwlwl, Mx,- lflllxll llvll Slmxp, Uxlwlfl Miss: XX1Il1f- .I4-xxvll IH-1+--. H xl-llwl, XII Sujwfzn Ill any Xl xxx rm' lxliillllull, xvillllllll. Mibs. l'l1'Jg1r.v xx' I! -", 'l' rl IN ll'X' Ilzurxw-y .Inu-s, l'l-xx, All :rv lilmul-4-ill I'Vlt-'llzu-l, Hvlnnl Nllw' Xxl.fm1.- X141-All Ilulwlfvln ' ' Mm. KAPPA SIGMA TAU o 1 1 P 17 XX 'W' 6' ff- , , f 'J x K 'Q Q .. , O PAGE IIO Q1 ww M WQ f Q Li fi? PRCDHQSSIONXRI. AND I-IQIXICDIQNQY FRATERNITIES CLUBS --1 X fi :fi ' i ' ,s ... 6- '. ,,.A 0.4. ,.ukn,.. 111, , n- , ,:1-1-.', my : , 4 1- 'sw 1 Irby, XX xlsnn. Ji Punt PHI CHI if lg, 6 E- SA -1? EQA "' wg - fn T 45' k O PAGE II2 0 PAGE II3 Colors: VVhite and Olive Green VVOOOARO D. BEACHAM ROBERT P. BOYD . . . THOMAS C. NAUGLE . EvERE'r'I' G. GRANTHAM AUBREY' A. AIIEN . . WILLIAM H. LACEI' . OVVEN ROYCE, jk. . HAL WVINDHAM. . . LYNN D. IABERNATHY KERMIT H. ANDERSON . WILLIAM BUSEY . . THOMAS M. DUNN . LUCIAN M. FERRIS . . VERIQER S. HOLMES . PRATT IRBY . . - - DAVID B. XVIISON . . PHI CHI o Founded 1889 Sixty-one Active Chapters THETA PI CHAPTER lislzzlflisllful 1936 FRATER IN URIIE EUGENE S. BRAMLETT FRATER IN FAcL'LTATE PHILIP LEE NIULL FRATRES IN UNIX'ERSITATE Seniors Plnlges Flofwfr: Lily-of-1116-l'alley . . Hattiesburg, Miss . . llighlzxnd Park, Ill . . XVest Point, . . XVest Point, . . Valley Park, . Holly Springs, . . . .Isola . . Hickory . Poutotoc, . . Sumrall, . . Hattiesburg . . Clarkedale, . . Vicksburg . . . Lexie, . . . Oxford . . Yazoo City, v I v I I Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Niiss Miss Miss Miss Nliss Miss Miss xo o ,X V XX , 1' y 1 Vnud, f'I'll!ll't!l'il, Hull, H:u'1'i- on, '1'umim-1111, Huy, I'l'll4IlI 5l'llI"lIll'I' Kvlllllll 4" 'A K H Ijrllmlus UH cl' s., THETA KAPPA PSI o ZS pf' iifw, ,QFUCQD VX + . Q 1 ifg gdfwj 0 PAGE H4 0 PAGE II5 Flofwvrx Red Rose THETA KAPPA PSI o Founded 1879 Sixty Active Chapters BETA GAMMA CHAPTER lzixfrlilfisflrd 1926 FRATRIES IN FAcL'1.TATE Colors: Gold and Green DR. CHARLES li. VVARD GEORGE CLARENCE CARLSON FRANK A. VVooD . . . G. T. CRANFORD, JR. . WALLACE A. HULL . . EVERETTE M. HARRISON DOMINIC TUMINELLO . EMMET RAY . J. VV. PENDER . . . W. J. SLAUGHTER . . . J. MORGAN KELLUM . OT1s B. CROCKER . . A. F. CARAWAY .... WILLARD LEE VVALDRON TILLMAN B. COLLUM . BEN WARD SANDERS . R. T. DABBS .... HoRAcE C. XVATKINS . FR.LXTRES IN UNIVERSIT.ATE Seniors . . . Prymn . . . . . . fire-Pryfzzn . . . R1'wrdrr and Bursar . . . llistorian . . . P lezlges Seniors Pledges Juniors . .Lena, . Seminary, . Dekalb, . . Jackson . . Gunnison, . . Kosciusko, . . Knsciusko . Nleridian . .Houston, . .Bruce, . . .Gulfp0rt, . . YVater Valley, . . . Golden, . . Sarclis, . . Shannon, . . Quitman, 7 Miss Nliss Miss Miss Miss. Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss N119 Miss Miss Miss i BERT JONES . . OI,lX'liR HORNSBY En ISRUNINT . G. B. COLYSTNS . GUY lX'1l'I'CHl'll.l. . BILLY BACON . JAMES SINGLEY . PHI DELTA PHI Founded 1869 MAYES INN CHAPTER Eymlllirlzrd 1927 FRATER IN URBE PHIL STONE FRATRES IN FAC l ' LTATE T. C. IQIMBROUGII JOHN H. FOX, JR. ROBERT J, FARLET VVILLIAM HEMMTNGWAY FRATRES IN UN1vERs1T.xTE Sf'11ior.v . Matiisoll, Miss. JACK H. EVVING . . . . Gloster, . Natchez, Miss. F. A. TANDERSON, JR. . . Gloster, Juniors . Vicksburg, Miss. R. I.. SMAl.l.w0On . . . New Albany, . . .BilOxi, Miss. YVILLTAM DENT . . - . . Collins, fiEORGlE THORNTON ..... Ethel, Miss. S0f7llOIlI0l'FX . . Tupelo, Miss. FRED Gmss ...... . XNHHOHII, . . . Durant, Miss. STOKES V. ROBERTSON, JR. . . Jackson, Cn.xR1.ES TINDTXLL .... Indianola, Miss. Plfzfgfw . . . Meridian, Miss. ERNEST L. JOYNER . . Tupelo, DAVE HOUSTON . . . . Aberdeen, Miss. Nliss. Miss. Miss Miss Miss. Niiss. Miss. 0 PAGE II6 I PAGE II7 Pl KAPPA PI Honorary Srholastir Fralfrnily HONORARY RIEMBERS IN FACULTY C. S. BROVVN VV. L. KENXON C. S. SYDNOR .ALFRED HLIME RIEMBER IN LTRBE MRS. XV. L. KENNON V fit OFFICERS CHARLES TINDALL, JR. . .... ..... P rrsidfnl KATIIERIRE DAVIS . . . . . . . . Iiifl'-Pl't"5id1'Ilf BJAURINE VVEINBERG . . . . - . . Sfrrrfary DAVID M. QUINN, JR. . . . . . ..... Trcasurrr CIIARLES TINDALL, JR. . . KATHERINE DAVIS . . MAURINE VVEINBERG . DAVID M. QUINN, JR. . . JOHN WADE . . . . . . ETIIEL KEESI.ER .... vVILI.IAM CLARENCE SPEER GORDON MEADOR .. . . . ZOE O'FERRALL . . BIEMBERS IN LTNIVERSITY . Indianola, . Oxford, Indianola, . Indianola, . Oxford, Greenwood, Indianola, . Ellisville, . Eldorado, Miss. Miss Nliss M135 Miss Miss Miss Miss Ark G' V., g r ull I! 1 'H L- .N PHI ETA SIGMA 1"rr,vhnm11 llrn1rn'ar'y Scfmlrlsiif lfratvrllily lfstznlwlisllvcl 1929 l'lACL'l.TY JXDVISUR Dk. C. S. SYDNOR FRATRISS IN LlNlVERSIT.XTli Cn.xk1.ifs S. 'l'lXIJ.KI.l., AIR. . ............ .... . Svnior .-Idfvixor Cn1.1,n1R S'lHw.xR'r . . . ..... PfI'.fidI'llf Cnfsrmc CL'R'llS . . . I'ifr-Prfsirlrzzt jonx lioksux . . . . Trmsurvr NIEBIBERS Cnauiis S. 'll1ND.'ll.l, . . . Indianola, Miss T. C. I,ocKAkn, JR. . . . Bailey, Miss IIARRY C. Rrmmims . . . . Canton, Miss I.IiRnx' S. PrL.'lRc1i . . Falkner, Miss jonx XVLIZSHQR XV.xnE .... Oxford, Miss clUI.I.IlCR S'l'liw.xk'1 . Charleston, Bliss. Iluenir Mooiue Gwxrifxsi . . Meridian, Bliss Cnrsrrn CL'R'1ls. . Clarksdale, Miss. '1'nosr,xs Uxxsru -I.-was . . Gulfport, Miss -Ions DoxM.w . . . . . Myrtle, Miss. Davin M. Quxx ..-. lndianola, Nllss filiflkfili RM . . . . Greenwood, Miss. -Imirs Ilxiuus .'XKM'5'lRUNfI . . Vaiden, Nllss. XY. f'I..XRliNCl-I SPEER . Indianola, Nliss lima Fokn, ju. ..... Pascagonla, lxliss. XV.-XRREN M. S'llf.Vl'AR'l' Charleston, Miss. N, q'oi,i,ig5 llor-gp . . , . , Enid' Miss, l3.XVIIJ XVILSUN . . . Yazoo City, Miss. Px.x'rr Iam , . . . . Uxforrl, Miss. VVIl.l,I.'XM VVA'1'K1xs. . Aberdeen, Miss. 0 PAGE II8 0 PAGE II9 1 ALPHA LAMBDA DELTA Founded 1924 Colors: Gold, VVhite, and Red K.-X'I'HERIXE DAVIS . QEENEVIEVE OSTERMAN CA'rIIEIuxE BEI,I. . UNIVERSITY OF MISSISSIPPI CHAPTER SI mmm IN FACE' LTATE MRS. LOUISE DUNCAX SURIIRES IN LLNIVERSITATE S171 iorx LOUISE IPIERRUN. . . . . Durant, INMSS. .lllI1i0I'S . . Oxford, NIISS. . Laurel, Miss. LEARN EI' S'l'L'RIJIY.X NI MAL'RIxE XVEINBERG SUf5lI0lllUI'K'A' . LvlliYt'I'Nifj', Miss. EI'EI,I' Y STONE . 3 Ewtnhlished I 929 c3lt'Ild0l'Il, NESS. IIILHZIIIOIII, Miss. . Oxford, Miss. HELEN DONALD . . . Moorhead, MiSS. ONIQE VV.-II,IiEIc . . Taylor, Miss. Rum' MOONEI' . . Oxford, Min. FRAXQES XVI'I'II'. . XVHIUIIH, Miss. MRS. LOUISE DLNQAX. Farully .lilaimr MALIRINE VVEINBERC, Srzzim' ,II1fui.mr . . .-..- . ..4. . Illliilllllllil, Minissippi EVELYN STONE, Pwxziinzt .... . Oxford, MiSSiSSippi FRANCES VVI'I'I'Y, l'Irf'-Prrxzdrzzl . . . Xvillfillll, MiSSiSSippi CATHERINE BELL, Sfrrrlary . . . . . I'IIiverSity, Missinippi GARNE'l' STURDIVANT, Trraxzzrrr . . Ulmdora, Miwissippi M Gs f FV, .,, s . - - .Q ... f s"' -A' 72 I7Ountlt'cl 1906 A. L. BONnL'RAN'1 P. L. RAINWATER IJAYID M. Quxx . . '1'lm:x1,xs CSARNER JAMES JACK II. Rwlxo . . . CHARLES S. TINOALI., JR. SIGMA UPSILON Nczliolml l1o11ur'ary Lifurary Fralrrnily Thirty-three Active Chapters HTHE SCRIBBLERSU FRATRES IN F,-xct'LT.iTE XV. L. KHNNON ROBERT FARLEY FRATRES IN LiNIVERSl'I'.-'XTE 'UI Colors: Green and D. II. BISHOP EDVVARD NICCRADY 9 Indianola, Miss. T. LESLIE DAROEN .... Hernando Gulfport, Miss. JOHN VV.-xnE . . . . . Oxford, . Glnster, Miss. BERRY BROWN .... . Sirlon, Indignola, Misg, STOKES V, ROBERTSON . A . JHCRSOII l Gold MibS. Miss. Nliss. Niiss. 0 PAGE I20 0 PAGE l2I 11 4 l ETA SIGMA PHI Ilolmrary Classifal Fratvrnily Founded 1924 Colors: Royal Purple and Gold LAMBDA CHAPTER Eylzzlzlislzml 1927 FR.-XTIZR IX LlRBE TOM SPICIV1' IIINES FRATRES IN F.'XCL'l,'T.X'I'I? Miss RL"11I NICNEIL Miss EVELYN VVAY DR. A. L. BONDURAN1' DR. A. XV. lN1lI.DEN Miss Zora O'FERRALL OFFICERS WELLS Wuom' . . . . . . . . . EI,1f.xnm'11 SMILEY . . . . . . ..... Pl'l'5ilil'llf . . . .1'fz'z'-Pr'1'5iJrr1l lNlIAL'R1x1f XVEINBKRC . . . Snrulary-Trmsurrr DAVID QUXNX . ...... . .Rrparfrr RIEMBERS VVELLS VV0om' . . . Tchula, Miss. Dfxvxn Qulxx . . . lndinnola, Miw. EI,IZABli'I'H SMILPLY . . . Laurel, Misa. Cncu,x,x AARONS . . . Shelby, Miv. MAURINE VVEINBERG . . . Indianola, Miss. JOHN VVADE . . . . Oxford, Miss M 1 CHI ETA SIGMA i lt l clve of the game Hloitox To further interest :uit 'now e ,, Colleges in the United States Colors: Black and Gold JEFF D. SMYTHE RAE BRYANT EDVVARD SANDERSON Founrlecl at Mississippi State College BETA CHAPTER Eifablishrd 1937 MEMBERS IUAVID M. QUINN, JP., Prrsidwni NEVIN JONES RAYMDXD CASPER BINGHAM DUNCAN of chess in Universities and 1926 Six Active Chapters OSCAR Doouzy S. B. GOLDMAN HLYGHES MENDEL 0 PAGE 122 0 PAGE l23 KAPPA ZETA .lllljiltlf Sornrily Pwlilirnzflzgf Sifflllll .lfpfla 10111 F0IHl41r'1f.' Ihivcrxity nf Miwi-xippi IIIJBI CLYDE 15Rx'.xx'1' ....., ...... 1 'rf NIARY Brirsx' 1N1.XI.'IIlY . . . . l'ifr-l'n-,vidrzzl x1YXRlI.XRlil Ruwluxxlx . . . . . ..N'rn'wlm'y N1.XL'KlNli XVIHXIH-.RII . . 7'n'1uzn'wr RL'l'lI NICNEII, , , . . Chaplain SARS. I.Al.fR.X T. M.,xR'r1x NIRS. .AIILEX II. rl'YE Miss RUTH MCNEIL IVIARY BUSY N1AI,'l'BY C1,x'ms BRYANT AIIZNIBIERS NI.XL'RIXli XVla1xm1Rr: NI.XHfI.KRI:'l RUVYIAXIJ Dr3I,M.xR'1 xx YARn.xM.xx lJr:I,rcsl.Yx MORGAN lim DAIIIZS Zora U'Fr,RR.Lxx.L Nui. Y.xRnoRoL'm1 DuRn1'm' 'INHOMPSON llurix XV,-XCXER YIYIAX IIPARD .YIJ1 D.xvm QUINN. . . SAM McI1.wA1N . . FRED A. .ANDERSON . XVILLIAM T. FIQRUSTY FVERE1 '1' QiR.,XN'liIl.XM . DrwAx.n K. FIiI.l.OVS'5 HARRY C. ROIEERTS . CHARLES S. r1'INDAl.I, PM D. II01.coMn . JAMES II. ARMSTRONG LEE '1', COSS.-KR . . . L:XVEI.I.ff C. PIGFORD . Ml O. Al Ko S llollorary Sofivly for Si'l1io1'.f MEMBERS . . Iivla Thrla Pi , . Iirla Tlzrta Pi . . Pi Kappa .illplla . . Pi Kappa ,llpfza . Drlla Kappa Epxilon Dalia Kappa Epxilolz . . . . .Drlla Psi . . . . Dflta Pxi . Pfli Dflfll Tlll'fll . . Phi Dflfll Tllffll . . . Sigma Nu . Sigma Nu JONES FEDRIC . . KIRK PI. HiXX'NES . R0nER'1' VVE1.1.s . JAMES SxNG1.EY . A. T. BRILEY . . BEN fiL7IDER . . OV!"liN ROYCE . . BINCHAM DUNCAN . . .DOUGLAS GARDNER . . DON D. VITOVVNSEND SAM D. ROANE . VVILLIAM HEvs'1'l"r . Sigma .llplfa Epsiian Sigma illplza Epsilon . . -Kappa fllplza . . Kappa ,illplla . . Drlla Tau Delta . . Drlla Tau Dalia . .llplla Tau Olnrga . .bllplla Tau Omvga . - .Kappa Sigma . . Kappa Sigma - - Sigma Chi - Sigma Chi 0 PAGE l24 O PAGE I25 BLUE KEY ivlllifllllll Ilozmrary Fl'1II4'l'lliIj' Established at l'IIivc-rsity of Mississippi 1929 The object of this fI'ZlICl'I1iff' is to promote any service for the hetteI'IneIII of the school, Election to membership is hasecl on outstimclillg leadership in college activities. LEE T. COSSAR R. JONES FEIIRIC G. B. Corsixs, JR. JACK EWING OLIVER HIIRNSBY A. T, BRILEY 'FIIOMAS Sw.-IYZE FRANK EVERETT LESLIE DARDEN KIRK IEIAYNI-Ls RAE BRYANT LEE H. TRAPP AIEMBERS R. M. liL'ESS, .1II1'i.mr STLIIENT AIEMBERS IJoN TOWNSENIJ CI,IIfE 'IQYXIZS HARIH' NIOURE GRAIIAM IIXRRY C. RoBER'I-S RonER'I' JoIINsoN JoIIN GII-I.IIANn L. C. PIGIfoRII, JR. ED S'I'oNE FRI-ID fiI.ASS D.XX"ID IIOL7s'IoN PRA'I'I' IRBY Doro. G.-XRDXFQR IJONALIJ K. FEI.I,ows -, ,Q CIIARI E5 S. I INIIAII, JR BEN GUIDI-LR T. C. I.ocR.ARn XV. C. SPEER SAM ROANE fi.XRNliR JAMES IUAVID XVII,soN BERRY BROVVN SAM IIERRoN SIIIfI.I:x' iN'iXXW'liI.L Y. M. C. A. CABINET OFFICERS lm- Ihyzmt, I"1w-sifln-nip Ilalrly V. Iiulu-rts. YIM'-l'1vsi1lv11tg f'll1ll'lVS S. Tinflall, Jr., S0Vl'1'l21l'yQ Douglas 1 4.1.lH.',-, sum.-1,1 'I'l'v1lS1Il'l'I'Q 12, H, l'HllHiIlS. Ir., Alumni 'l'vw-znnlxwrw in-, .I, V, Vlllln-y. 1'lmirm:u1, Board ..1 lm---wt-I1's3 .lmlgv T. l'. Iiimlu1'nl1L:l1. l'w1l4'llllj' 'l'l'1'ZlSlll'l'l'Q li. Blzllw-nlllm Hua-ss, fik'Ilt'l'lll Sm-c'rct:l1'y. L.xmN12T RIEMRIZRS XY, lt. lZ:u'l1-xv, XY. IP, 12+-zu-h:xn1, XY. ir. l!i1-kwx'sl:11'I', l1:x1'1 Hl.ni1', .-X. 'l'. Hrllvy, E, L. Brullini, Curl H. I ,Itl,,,v. .'1:u-..,,.-.- will-lg..11. 1414 Y, 1'gn1mA, I'Ix'm'e-tt H. Vfmk I,n-v '1'. Vussznl' lmsliv Ilzxrlim-n, Glellcleel' D1-Huis. Pill In-nt, XYilli:xm I7Wlll1lIl.l, N-'xx'u:1n I'H1's--y, fQ1Il'lIUIl Morris, U. XY. Phillips. T.. U, Pig1'u1'f1, Xvillilllll Iyl.-, lmvid Quinn, Stzwy Iiznnll--, Sum llmxm-, 1l:unSvy liussvll. 1-I. I.. S:n1dvrsu11, K, S. Slcinn:-r, Jr.. Um Suugzf-, lawn 'lwxxlnb--111l, LM- 'l'rum., J, li, 'l'r11ssQ-11, XV. T. Trusty, BMI. I'p1-llllrw-11, .I1-1111 xvililv, xml XXHIIU11, I1-.lf--1-I XY:xr1'--11, H, S. XYilliz1n1s, JV.. lizxllvh XYlll4l+'l'S, lfrauxk XYuml, lflniwzwci Zwinglv. l. Illllllllllll l'llll"Illl, 'lsllllllllj Ivumn, l'QI'Illlli 1-Ivvlvll, .Iuvk lflwillg, Jullvs F1-cll'11-, ll. K, I-'Q-lloxxs, Hvxlry 4. V1.m.-ls, .john Hillllzlml, Il. RI ffllllllilll, H1-n lhxifh-up Kirk Iflenim-s, In-1-iv Hula-S, Sum lla-rrrm, Xyllllillll llmxitt, lluuh liwpkixlx, Hliv-r ll--plains, I"l'2lI!k liuzlu-S, G:u'mNx' Jzuuvs, li-'gm' Jmlvs, XVils0n mug, H. li. Alas-fn, Hirlnvy May, Sum M1-Ilwain, lhmlmn M1-:uh-1', Sam Pm-k, Alla-'rt Paxynv, J. XV. 1'--ml:-r, Luuxs l'lJIlI1iIlgf0ll, NVilliun1 Thomas Huirws. I PAGE I26 O PAGE l27 :K 4,40 Q' 4 Y W. QR I Q I5l'.'4i',.501 N- " YOUNG WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION IJFFICISRS INIIRIAM GwIx . ...... ..... , Ill MAI'IIIvIf XVHINIIERC . . . . . In I 118111 CIICXEYIEYE O'5I'I1xM,xx . .I.. . .Yufn ru LoI'IsI: S.xxDII-In . . . .S'mIlv111 Trmxzm-r DIIXNIS Nf'lRQL'IS'I4 . , ..... ,llumrmf Tzwzyzzrwr NIRS. V. A. Cr1L'l,'l+LR . , , Clmirrrzzuz, limuxi nf Dirfzlnrs CAIIINIET MEAIIIERS C'I.YIJI-1 ISRY.-INI MERIII: CAIIQS lim lhlms KAIIIFRINH DAVIS CORRIIQ DENNIS IxI.fX'IIiI,YX FLOYD LOUISE Lrwrg A1.XI.YIN.-X :tIL'C'0OL FI,Il.fXBIETII MUNIJOY XYII.I.IIi PHARI, S.-XRIIN 3 A Founded at l'niverMty of N1hshwippi 1848 OFFICERS XYWHJS NYY XXVnnny JR.. . . . PfF5hfFHl RURERT XKYARREN , .... I7waJurrr XVII,I,I.X5l A, BACON . . . I'lH'-PI'l'5ldt'll1 JACK EXYING . ..... Parliamnzlarian XI-:wNAN DORSEA' . ..... Srn'rlar'y THOMAS GARNER JAMES. . , .Doorkfrprr QJSCAR IDOOLEY . . ...... . Rrparfgr RIEMBERS FRANK XVUOD fIAxnfIIAITEN fYHJJFR SIExvART EARL BRYANT IUOLTIIAS NIARIJNER Ii. FRANK VVIILI.-XNIS BILLY S'I'.XI.I.VK'0RTII EARL QPRIMES BRUINN ILURSION IXLBERT RLSSELL IIENRY QIREEX IJON JYNYNSEND USCARIUOOLEY RICHARD BUUIH IL CI SPENCER CLARENCE CARLSON SANI IIERROX IQIRBY IJARRELL IIIIHI CIRVSERT If CI LOCKARD Ifuly IXLDRHNQE LAXVREXCE.xDAN1S BILLY SEALE SHINEY NIAY L REQ S1Rpyfp JAN1ES FAI'liALL BILLY FCEVILLE IIARDY NIOORE LERAILAM LnxvREY INGRANI PETER KIFE XXI FI N1ONTGON1ERY CYXRL II.l3UTLER .ALHRFY FLLION PERCY PARRER J.Il COLENLAN NIATFIIARPER DAN RLSSISLL VVILLIAM A. BEACON JOIIN AMES I.. T, HARRIS BERT FRVIX JACR EMING BAXTER SLOSS PALJ,IJENTON QEHJJANICIHWN THIOMASCEARNER JAMES f2EORCEIfENNON XVADE IUON P.f?AMERON WELLS Woom, JR. OVVEN ROBINSON 0 PAGE 128 0 PAGE I29 ., A 9 4. ' ' i ff I - 'Z -. Q' . A . fII.ENDER Dlaxxls . SHELBY M.-xxwhu. . QQEORGE NlL'CI.IX'1OCK 1VIlI.'1'0N Ilomzs . . GIJQNDFR Dlfxxls A. T. Bklmsx' Ilnculs JXLIIIN Pmksox 'sV1xnH.u1 RfmER'1' l'Pc11ukcH ffl-LORCE N1Cf'l,IX'1'OCK SHIQLBY M.xxwriLL R. M. XVALUEN I.r.sLua D.xRnlax I , If S- -M53-f .2 1' ,L PHI SIGMA LITERARY SOCIETY . . . Pwsirlrzzl R. M. XV.XI.IJIiX . . . C1 In , . l'ifw-l'n'xi.lr11l BERNARD XXYOYJIJARIJ , . . Cfnwf . . Sruwlrzry FRAXK RfJI1IzR50N, jk. , . . Rrjwfnt 1 . . Trfaxzzrm' T. Lrisuli lhklnix . . lloorlwfm AIIIMBERS Iflunum' ISUYKIN ICD Zwxxrzm Muxmx llonlzs ROBER1 -Ixcxsox lilzokmi XVIYIER JACK Sxuxu Iirskxxklm XV00mxn W.xI.'1rsR DENY E1,CHUi Duxmx FRXYK Romaksnx Dm VVlI,1,1,ms Cricll, lIm.Lr:Y Ilriknlam' 1NIcC'l,l5sKx' CL'I.l.liX C'L'R1.zfra Iiymxu Busm' GL'YS1r:xxu1' BHR1' EIUNES Russlim, Ammmws C. II. R,xxm.ra O. XV. P1m.1.lPs II. li. Iklxsnx Ann PAYXH lim' Flsmsk limxca Iuxwsox Il xkvux' PFNYINCTOX Rfmnzmu' Pnwrfu si " MEDICAL CLUB Uri urns linkin: iQ.c5R.xxiia.u1 . . - . l'rr.ridful ll.x1 Wxxmrui . . . .S'ffwfm'y l'iXlRI l'l' M. lluckisux . . . l'ir I'-l,l'1'.Vinl1'llf XV. A. lll'l.I. . . . 'I'r,-fryflwf .-X. QX. Alrmlix' . . XX. ID. lil-,xulul IR Rfllll-.Rl liuvlv. . ii. lli. flK,XYlfhRlJ . U. li. Curwkl-ik . . Ii. G. GR.xx111.u1. li. M. Ilxkkisfw . W. A. llL'I.l . . Rfllllfl-l'l' I.. qlmixsox VI. M. lxl.1.l.L'M . . XV. ll. l..xux' . . . Snr Imvlxif . I.. D, AmaRx.x'1'11Y K. Ii. Axnhksox . S. bl. Hxiuu . . . XV11.1.x.xx1 BL'Sm', -IR A. F. C'.xk.xw.xY . I. B. CUl,l.L'M . , R. 'l'. Dmzizs . . 'lkmxzi DLNN . A. bl. Ifwrk . . I.. M. l7l'RRlS . . AIIQMISIZRS f.'fr1.vx of QQ vllllfl ljillilx, MIN-. . lllllflCNl3lIl'1L, Miw. lliglllnml Park, lll. . . Sk'lHlllill'l', . . . Bl'lll't' . XVQNI Puillt . . Vlzwlvmi . .livrunn . . Tupelo, . . lluuxtun, llnlly Springx . Stzirkwillc, . . Pamnlzl, . . Sumrzill, . . Bl'U4llxlf'll, . Ilzitriwlulrg . . iiultpmrt, . . Golden, . . Sllllllllllll . fllilfl-iNClIllC, . Vivkxlwurg, . Yivleslmrg, S. li. Uruim v v Nliv. Nlisx. Nliw. Nliv. Nliw. Miw. Miw. Miss. M iw. 1.'lz1.ipv uf lVI1w. Miw. N. Y. Miw. Nllw. lwlv. Nli-N. Nliw. Nliw. Nliv. .XX . luxixn Nu 1:1 ri . bl. XV. l"l'XIJlr.R . , . ' ' fiI..KRl'XCli l,RIl'L'll.XRlJ . l'.MMlf'lllR.XY. . . . Uxww Rmui, VIR. . NY. ul. 51.x1'f:u1riR. . . . .lIUllNlllll, . lxrrwliislm . Uxlurrl . . INHIQI . Mcrimlian ll. 'I'. 'l'L'x1x11xli1.m. . . Uiiiiiiiwn l'iR.XXK XVEISS . . . . Ynlllicrx, l.. U. XVIl,1.1.xxls . . Meridian, HM, XVlxlm1l.xxr ...... llivknrx' lfluxk .-X. XVrmrm ...... I.en:i, U. C. fl.XRl.SflX lStu.Awr.l . Quitmzm, .3-I V. 9. Ilrmrrxus . . . . Irxie, PR.x'1l Ikm' . . . . Oxford, NV. II. Kxsir. . . . Nui' York, XV. ll. Klsxlik . . . . . Nritvliw, li. XV. SANDERS . ..., Sgirqliy I.. S. 'l'kfns'1'l.hR .... Cnncy Island, XV. I.. XVXIIJROX . . . XV:m'r Valley, Il. C. XV.x'riq1xs, jk. .... Quitinzm llmspxklm S. XVII.l.I.XN1S, jk. . Greenville Uxvm XVILSUN ..... Yzmm City New York, N. Y. Y . IXnsCllINlirJ, . i i v Mis-. Miw. luiw. Ninas. Miw Miss Miw Y. Y. Nliv. lxlisx Miw Nliv lN1isN Mi-N N. Y. lNliNs Kliw N. X Nlixs. lwiw. Miw Nllw. 0 PAGE I30 T. :: - 4 Q' ,N V ,f.R, . .1 6, Y Y 2 iwyw is W X A PWM ef N ' , am .v,,'-. EN V, . gH? V FN , ,m 5 ,fki 1 ' NgfQs gg . fhgk 1 fig' ' 53 ' .y ' 4 ' ' , ,Q R- Y , L Q ' f .,,, I 'Q .-Vw v 0 PAGE Bl Xi llllll. Juhllsun, Kvllllm, I11ll'l'X, Nuuglv. Pl'1ll11'l'. I'lit-ylmzlrll, Iiuy. lluyv-1, qlZ'xl12lltvl', minvllo, XX'nm1, fitlll'lSOll, AM-rxxzmtlxy, Alulf-rsmx. 111-11, Il:-axwllevru, I-luyll, 4'I'2lllllnl'4.l, 1'1'm-lim. .I 1 ,, IJAI-M5 i,1u!c1111z1v1. l'iU1lllt1S, Irlly. Xxrlllkilli, XVIIHZIYIIS. XYilsfm. OLE MISS ENGINEERING CLUB l'nivrrsity of Mississippi Student Chapter f7FFICliRS R.-xii-ii H. XVINIJLRS . . . .... .... I 'r'r.vi.1r11I .I. P. l"U1Rli1,I, ......... . l'if1'-l'1'f5fdr'11f joiix K. Rniiii' ...... . . . S1'u'wlary LOUIS XV. I'liNwlxr:'rox . . Tl'l'll.Y1ll'l'l' G.xRi,ixxo XV. llmkn . . . . . Crilir Louis II. Piakxlxs ......, . . R1',hor1fr lXlI13Mm3Rs Cfrzsx of 'jj I.. ALYIRREY B.-XRNli'l'l' . . . Gi'c'c'nwm1cI, Miss. l.0L'IS XV. PIiNNINC'l'0X . Holly Springs, Bliss. ALVIN C. BRl'l'l', . . . . XVesson, Miss. R. I.. IJILCIIIZR . . VVzitrr Valley, Miss. 1. P. FLUIREI I, . . . . Oxford, Miss. R.xr.Pi1 li. XVINDERS. . . New Albany, Miss. Iffrlss of '34 DAN XV. Fifmi . . , . Oxford, Miss. IVRANK li. I.owRAxcrf . . Oxford, Miss liixiiiix' U. Fiumzif . . . . Nlzigiiolizi, lN1iss. Louis H. Piikxixs . . . Oxford, Miss Lru D. Ilixrs , . , . . Ripley, Nliss. -loiix K. Ruiizi' . . . . . Oxford, lVIiss fiEORfIIi S. L.-Xwsfmx . . . . Oxford, Miss. JACK D. Rlcrrlx, ,IR . . jackson, Miss XVi1,I,i.xM K. Txmmt . . lirookhziven, Miss. Class of '35 H, M, Iir'.xR'r . . Clmrleston, Miss. R. R. Piiilrws , . . XVesson, Miss, li, 'l'. N'I.XRKE'li'lli . . . . . OxforcI,IN1i-s. R. U. SI'IIiPII.'xRD . . . Meridian, Miss. C. L. SUMR.x1.i,, jk. . . . Lziurcl, Miss. Cfrlxr of '36 bl. B, Brill., JR, . . . , Greenville, Niiss. If. I7. IQEMP, JR. . . Sllll1lIl1l'IlllI1, Nligs, J. C. II."kR'lSI-llil.l!, JR. . . .... Oxford, Miss. li. -I. Klh'1I3l.li, JR. . . . Florence, Ala. M. xl, llirznox .... . . Oxford Miss. lm B. Momma, jk. . . . Taylor, Miss. hl. I-1. lIL'Rm.r3, . . . . Taylor Miss. flliiknrkfi' P.x'1'iuRsox . . Oxfortl, Miss C, j, Kms, VIR. . . . Magee, Miss. Cixi, O. SHAW . . . . Natchez, Miss. o PAGE l32 0 PAGE I33 G- ab. Q- , u x 'Y f Q 1 ix , . 1 Y. M CARDINAL CLUB Group C0lTlplI5t'd of Snplnnnures, one aclcctcfl frnm e-:wh wcinl fraternity and tun frnrn the student body :lt large, with ll Junior ut the ht-zid, for the purpose of mecting and entertaining vixiting zithlvtic tefnnx. XV. C. SPHQR . . . J. A. S'l,KRNl15 VV. C. SPEER . . . Snrfn Hn.1, Romiksfm N. C'. BREWER . . . Brix f':XI.lDVVEI.l. . G. G. C.XI.I.ICL"l'I' . II. VV. C'.xR'1'ER . . D. P. linens . . S. Ii. fiRIMES . . U. A. GLYNIHR . C3FFICERS RIEAIHERS - Drfla Psi . Dwllu Psi . . Siffllltl Chi . . Sifflllll N11 . . , Phi Pi P111 . Drlfu Tau Drlta . . Pi lx'apf1a PM Sifllllll Phi 1511511011 llfwlm Tau 011111111 . A. ST.-naxrcs . . Ni.XlI lI.xR1'lfR. . IC. XV. IIMUKIHR . F. M. Imnuwn . I. Ii. l.n1:R.xxn , rl. li. MCC: wth . . 'l'. S. lNlt'XVnk'1nR . C'n.nn,ras Rixn. . R. U. Ssllfvrlrikn . NV. M. SlI'Il"M.'XKER . . Kllftprl Sifflllll . , . , .l'1'fLv1tff'11l 11'1'r1u'y- T11-11.v111'1-r . PM hrllffill Pxi . PM Ilrlla Tflrlzl . . Sfzxtlwrzt lintiy . Sl11t11'11l lintiy . . . lfrlrl 7fl1'l11 P1 . . . . Kujvjvn .Ilpfm . Urflzl Aillffffll lffhfflnll . Sijllllll .llfwlm Efdflflll . . . Pi Iffzjvjnz qlljvlza .,. ASSOCIATED STUDENT BODY GOVERNMENT OFFICERS FRANK EVliRlE'I'l' ....... ...., 1 'rr.vid1'1z! XVxI.1.I.xM XV. Drfylo .... . l'i1r-l'r'v.vidrz1t Miss C1 You BRxuw'1' . .... Sfn'f1n1'y D. K. Flimows . . . . 11I'1'll5Ill'1'l' FRANK EVRRET1' . XV11.1,1AM XV. Drfxl' M Iss CLYDE BRYA x'1' D. K. Famows . . SAM Rmxri . . Miss 1iL1zARF'1n Mo A. T. BRn.Ex' . . HARRY C. RDBERIS DoL'r:I,.xs G.xRuxr:R x'r1o'.' I':XI2CL'TlVE Cor Nun. . Indianola, Miss . . Collins, Bliss Coffeeville, Miss. . Hammond, La . Oxford, Greenwood, . Corinth, . Canton . Saltillo, v Miss Miss Misx Nliss. Mus. PAGE I34 O PAGE I35 STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION FOR WOMEN OFFICERS CORRII5 LUENNIS ..... . . . . . nu Izl NI.-XL'RIXE XVISINIZERC . . . . . ...... 7: aczun LOUISE IIERRUN ,...... .......... . Smrrlazy G Ii NEVIEVE OS'I'I:RmAN . LIZGISI MIRIAM KSVYIX I,.OL'I'SE LOVE LOUISE SANOIISER CLYDE BRx'.xN'I BESS Down IiI.IzAnE1II NIONT-TOY . llnun' P7'1'.Vilf1'l1l of Rifles lla!! ..fXTlYE COUNCIL NTERLIE CAIES EQRACE M.'IOIIIiN NEIL YARROIIOLOII ONICE XVALKER FANNIE PEARL Mc MONA NTCCARTER ILWAIN .- 1- YH- vynyygjza 22' . I A actu- ryan III I III IIuv..wI Il1xl.In.-: "ns, I.mIxn1-' Iwpvg 1 hurl- x bl:-lr:Is,.I:1-'lx lqggm, 'I' V, I,wIx:ux4I, .I4-44Smi1Il. Ipulwxi X-xlvy, I"IuI If 1411.11 IMI ll I"1x lI11Ix Ilrlm ' l'1':I1lI1I-y. SIM RILXYIL . . Ill mm Ill ICIIIR5 lxwxll-3 Pom- . . fwI:.XRI tix' Sim CII .Inu RIHHIX. . I. K. I,m'14.xk11 . jml, Sxnru . . 1',l2IlI4RI Xuan . I'xL'1. Ihxmx . RUIZVRI Ru' . . HI.RIlX llfvl xl:-5. PRN Ikm' . . . , I l ,I .-I .. , I . lr, THE MISSISSIPPIANS IIN , . lJIlAr'lfflI' . .Piano Yiffllfllllllll' . Yiflilllfff 131155 l'inll11 .N'11.x'r1pf1 ll nr . Tl'lllIlfWl'f .N'1l.x'up!1n nw Srlxn fv ll 11 I1 1' . .Drulfzx . 1'0r'11ff5l . Trunzjwl 0 PAGE l36 0 PAGE I37 OLE MISS MUSICAL CLUB XVlI,!!L'I-l Iixumixslxul . ..,. 1'rf.vi.1f1z1 'l'. C. I.m'K.xun . . , . , Tflmuln PR.x'1"1' Ikm' .... - . l'1fr-I'rw.vi.1r11l R. NI.XlL'1lI.INI UBI-155 . . . lin zzzfgm .llfzzmffff fl!-QURGE Iivriklall . ..... .X'wfnff1rg,' MRS. I..xL'R.x 'II NIARIIX' . . , , 111111101 Miss Run NICNINLII ..... .lffnznf-1u1i.v1 Guirz Cu la Fin! j'L'l10l'S Igllfiffllltj' XV. D. lilckrlikslxu-W11' jnnzs XV.u1.xui YIYUNISIY M.xwR l7.xx'nm IfR.xw1rfl: Ii. I., SAXIIERSUN XV. C. FLRR Rnnrikl lhpklwmzlw XVIII, PRICE Brmxrg Ifmxcks XV.x1,1r1R Drxr W11.1.1.u1 P. LLXSSIIIY S. Gam:-is Nt 'mul il'l'Il0I'S lfzus IC. V. C'.x'l'm:, JR. INI.xl'l'ur1w IIARI-rx livfrncrqr 'SVI-'RlaII Zrxfs M.xxn.lx1 I7.xvm XVu,sux Cimxczlg Ru' Huzu Rr-In 'I'I1rm.x5 Ilxxw-x RIIIELRI' Pnxl-. ti.xRl..xxlm llmkn ,kxkrrx Guklmx ,al MRS. I,.u'R.x T. NLXRVIY, llirfflnr XV. D. BlL'KIiRSl xr 1, l'r'r,fi.1f11f 51155 RLHIII NICNHI., .lltfllllflllliif :X , .Qs in A OLE MISS GIRLS GLEE CLUB xml liRx'.xx'1'. . V . 1DriI,ri51,x'x MORu.xx Nl-Qu, Y.XRl3URfJL'ClI . 4 Dnxxxs Nm:OL'151 Xxvmx Ilrgxkn . , LD!-'FICIERS Mus. l..LxL'R,x '1'. NLXRIIN . LLLNDIC IiRx'.xx'1 CORR111 Drzxvs INIIRIAM Ciwxx YIRCIYIA Anxms K.X'IIlliRINkl DAVIS llrilmx l5r:xA1.O IXIARJORW EATON IXIERLE l'.x'1'1-QS Bmw Ex.x COLE LLIYLDRIQD FERGERSOX lfirxt SUf7I'Ill10 Mum-,1.l,ra I.m1.xssm l7r:I,1fs1.x'x !N'IORO,xN Cimukrlmrz Nun. Dnkm rn' 'ISIIHMPSON Sfwnzfl Sffjvmzzo .ANNIE L.1L'RIli HAIU Rum IXIYER5 IYUNNIS NORQL'lS'I' I.Ol'ISIi SANOII-'lik 1'fIf0 RL"ll1 FORD Fkxxcl-is HOl.Ml5S QIRACIZ MAODIQN 'ngcidnzl - 1'-P!'1'JiJr'lIl . . S4'aH'I1l1'y . 7I'l'Il.Ylll'l'l' I'ia11iJI IJlI't't'f.II' LVLXRJURIIS IIALEY NLXURINIC XVri1xnr1RG Num. Y.uu:OROL'G1: l'WRANL'If5 Scrlxkw I.L'c11.E XVx1.r:Y IfRAxcEs XV1'1k'n' Bass Mxuux HELEN XVACXER Oxlca VVALKER 0 PAGE I28 0 PAGE I39 MISSISSIPPI L AW jo U R N A 1. MISSISSIPPI LAW JOURNAL KII,x11sI4,Rs mf 'rmi Lux' -lm Rxxl, Bu, zum! of HDI' AIIi.vsi,I.Iif-fi .Ylulf lim' ffm' ffollmllffff IIHN. XV. G. Rum-Rlws. Iffmirrmzfz , . Huw. I1-11 '1'Rl'lx . . Ilwx. I.rrl15 xI.,Il1.fQIIlS Ilnx. Iwuxk ILYI-RIII . I,I-SIII- Ilxklxrx . Nl-mm LIXLIIII-X . PM I7, IIHILYJNIII. IiI'I.RI1Il Ii. Umm . jfmx XV. XV,xm' . lil-R1 .lows I liljjffllblfff lfmznf .'l.I,Vltkillft' ffffiforx XRII . XVeSt Puint IEAUCIIL' . .-ILICIQMI1 . . Indinlwlzl . rllynlifllf' . Xfflr l:.1'i!nr . Iffm' Inlzfm' , . ,llnnlc lufilrzr' '11,Ii11.pI,s Allmmgfr SIIJXIY Mu Hu 4,1 uma .. 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Drmxxs Nmu1L'xs'r xVlI,l.1Ii Pmkx, S.xk'11x . I'lARRx' C. Romims . NI.XRI.XNNIi Hxcxs . N1A'I'EI.YN Ifr,ox'n . . XVu.1,1,xM 'I'RL's'u' . . ARM' Rlmmzx . . lvlmmm Gwxx . . RAXIl0I,PlI Kuna . lilxcrmm lJL'Nc,xx . . .1N'1ARx' Num, . L. C. P101-Yokn, jx. . . VV. D. Lows: . IIARVEY CAR'1ER . . -Ioxris FEDRIC . R. B. MCILW,-xxx . . N1ERl,E Cfxlas . J.-xmas FM' HALL . MA1.v1xA MCCOO1. . SAM D. MCILWAIY . . VVILEY V. Kuis . LEE T. Cossfxk . 'THOMAS Kmsmg . . .Dfxvw Qulxx . DOUGLAS GARDNER . Lu.1.1AN RUSSELL . .ANN MAY 0 PAGE I40 O PAGE l4l ' nam HOLE Miss" STAFF if I 2 ff: flllllflfiflll-f.vlll1f . . ll1mr1w.x.v .llmzngfwr , .Yf'QL'.v lufilnr , , , .xlllllllffillfl lzliilur . .lnislulll lzjlilnr , , Sf-arts lzklilw' . . Snfifly fflfifnr . 'Vx EIN mi5'lf,5sippl.ul Q... THE MISSISSIPPIAN fin! ll'w,'kfy .N'lmlr11l l'11l'fi1f1lin11 nf lfn' l'11i4zw'r,s'ily ul' ,11i.Ui.u'lj1j'i I'.lbl'I'HRl.XI, b'l1x1 '1-' .1.v.x'rnir1iz' lfrlifnrs R.XXIJHl.I'Il KI wh lmxxx Drmym' llwllu fll'INX Cir-'nam Ru INN RFXCIZ Amxls ,'XI,lH"R'l RL SSI-,I.l. llxkm Mfmlu-, Uk,xr1.xM slmix ,'xIlbRIlDIZl'. . . l,uL1sl- Ilrrumx . ,A . A. l. liulu-,x li. llrmumx, jk. . SAM . Ifkizll M. Cimss . , XV. C'. Sl-Han . . Rlllilikflk Iinklnaufx . . Slll:l,IlY M.xxw1c1.l, . Miss NI.XI,VlN.X NICCMUI, INN RITSSFII, Ifxxxws XV1'11Y Shu Ml ffm1fl'if111In11s jxfk iiruzrxwrmulm R4'jm1'fw's lfmxx Rrmlfksox KIRIIX lI.xRRH,I, Mnx.x QQRXY NIk'f'.XR'l'liR UIANICIQ fwflI,QL'I'l'l Jllrlllrlurfzflfzlf SMU Sm H. Ilhkvmx, ,IR . A1,YXiVfllIIf .llflllllflff f.wilAt1l!llfifIll .1I!IIIlI!fl'l' lJ1'rr1i,fi11gf .I.v,vi5Iu1z! Kllsslssirwxx . . . . . .JIa11ug1f1' IiMMl:'I'l' Kun- , C. J. Kr-ms. . . NV. P. 1XII'lL'III4I.l. Brman or Cuxwkm, Ihr' K'UIlIl'UI of thu- Iillhllfllllllll ls exc1'4'1sn:d lllfllllgh thix lmzlrd, wlmivh sulnmlx :xml thru' lTlt'YIll1t'l'S of thc fnvulty. INl.xllfl.x'N l'1I,flYil v jxxuz NAIL XVA1 sm I'Rws1'1-'Rl lluzu f'UWSliR'1' . .-luixlfzlzl . Alsxiylanl . .lsxislarzl ix clevted from rho -ix Plam. P. I,. Rxxxwxlr-R . . , . . lfafully Izumi-.rl Ru' . . . . Sflmnl nf .llmiifinr Pam. A. H. QYRHIHR . . . lfurzzlfy BIQRICNICI1, Swvrixs . Mlmn! of l,il1rm! Alrts MR. jul IIAMM ,... . . . Ifafully XVII,l,l.XM '1'Rm1:1,11. . Sflmul uf Efzgirzwwrirzy SIDNIA' Mu ....,.. Sflmul nf l,1mc QIURINJN NILXIDIJR . . , Sflmul nf limizzfws VIWIHW lkxkrklux , . 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V . - 4 ,TA mtg ot Kl111111'sotz1. llu- SlllWCl'-Illll' t'l11111- of NllI1IlL'SUf1l prom-11 to lm' too 11111Cl1 for tllt' Ulm' Kllm 'N 1 g11'i1l1111-11, who wc'1'c 1l1'fc:1tc'1l by Il wort' of 2.1-11. 3 1 , l51x'ctl1o11s:1111l Illllllllll 111111 f1Ai1'111ls c:1111v llfillll'-Llfllllllll lim mg., 9' to su lol' thc :left-:lt ot tht- p1'c'x1o11s y'CZll'. llu' ol1l J111X was con! 1111c'1'1'1l :mal 1low11 went tl1c r1ilQ1l'l'S, 27 to fa, fill NlJX'l'II1b1'l' 111, 111 RIl'IllDlllS, S0lIfl1XYl'Nl'L'l'Il l1Cl1l thc R1-1l :mal H1110 squzul 7-11. After SL'X'CI'2ll UJllClNlfJXYI1 tl11c ltx tlu game XVllL'I1 Ro1111s:1x'ill1' took :1 paw from Curtis :1111l 1':111 twc-11tx y:11'1ls tl11'o11gl1 :1 lNTlliL'll fl:-l1l for the lom' C0llIlfL'l'. QM-1.115 I,1.11, 1 11.111 FOOTBALL 0 CAPTAIN LEE TRAPP Captain Trapp was one of the outstanding guards of the S. I. U. lor his first and seeond years of varsity foothall, and het- tvred his past rc-ford hy heing.: chosen all-Southern this year. l'nder his ahle leadership "'l'he Mississippi Flood" gained promi- nence in the Southern C'onl'erent'e. GUY TURNBOW Guy was prohzihly the most valuahle man on the Ole Miss squad. His ability as a pnnter, a tackle, and a fullhaek gained him this distinction. "Turn" made his exit from foothall in Il most glorious fashion hy hooting a perfect plaee-kick to give the Southern All-Stars victory over the Northern All-Stars in :1 post season Charity game at Baltimore, Md. TOMMY SWAYZE Tommy had every qualification of a good end. Ilis pass reeeiving ability and speed proved to he of inestimahle value to the Flood. Swayze more than merited his place on the Southern All-Star team. KIRK HAYNES A man of Norris Trophy merits, "Pepper" lthe man with the snake hipsj finished his colorful Ole Miss foothall Career on Tltanksgiving Day. His hullet-like passes and hroken field run- ning were constant threats to our opponents. JONES FEDRIC A eapahle and erheient senior manager, jones deserves his full share of the credit for the showing made hy the Ole Miss Flood. M.-, A' l 1 . wg- - WV' 5' if , ,Q 0 PAGE I50 0 PAGE ISI hy.. ,M . FOOTBALL aw.. 155 - 6 'F'5'.' 0 -IEEE PARKER lel'i"s lighting ability is shown on the football held as well as in the ring. Fully utilizing his two hundred and ten pounds of muscle, he proved to be one of our most dependable reserve tackles. Although Jeff did not play much this season, we are expecting big things from him next year. PETE RUBY Pete served the first part of the season in the line at the Cen- ter position. Toward the end of the season, Ruby assumed his well-liked role of quarterback. His brilliant defensive playing in the Mississippi State game was outstanding. This stocky little man is going places next season. GEORGE BILBO Although this lad was not used in every game, when called upon he proved himself to be fully capable of filling either the guard or the tackle position. A fighting heart is the salient fea- ture which makes us proud of Bilbo. EARL HUTsoN Earl, fullback, won the name of "Five-Yard" Hutson by his low, hard-driving plunges. He is an accurate passer and was a main cog in the offensive as well as the defensive machine of the Flood. NBUDDYN WILSON Buddy is one of the lightest men out for the line, weighing only 150 pounds. Being used as a dependable reserve, he always makes an impression upon those holding ground opposite him when called upon. FOOTBALL I BART HEIZRINCSTON lizlrt ix mar ul the Sl'Q'lIll'Nl mlvtrllxlxc l'l'llU'l'N thzll vu-r unix' thu- R1-d :md liluv. llix :lhililx In lllUllXx lu- in un thm' lzlvlxlr ulwtlwr thc play XXVIII zrrfluml Ihr cudx fu' lllflillgll thu- lim' nzlx ulwnnm. HERMAN BERRYHILL licrryhlll dld nm plzrx ln Il xmglc gzunv lhlx NVZINUII, hut dnl gwml xuwrk in Nl'lAllIllll1lLL'lIll.f Ihr Y1ll'Nllf. flU1ll'l1 XXvZlllxl'l', it ix hu- livvcrl, ix x:1x'il1g,: him lm' uvxt fl'Ill'. llvrmzm ix uhslt lx lxllUNNll :Tx ax "Red Shirt". LESTER CARRUTH I.0xtvl', il xlvplwyxlfwc guard, pwvurl In lu- gm igmrmvnlvll- ulmjlggr in thc' Ola- Mlxx lim- thlx Qwzrr. lie hznx tum nmra' ft'1ll'N ul vzlr- Nlli f""fl'1lll. illlfl wc predict that hc will lw I'C'l'UgIll7l'll :lx .XII- Swutln-rn mzrtcrizxl. ZOLLIE SWOR .F 1 Zullie ix il player uhm 1llU1ljN xrcmx tu he in thc pzith ul the upponentx' plnyx. llix hzlrd m'l1:1I'gir1gtz1m'tim'x on the llt'lL'IINC, :md hix effective lWlUi'lxlllU' Ull thc' lll"l:l'lINC "1llIlCtl for him thc utmnxt Pu P! rexpevt from lllx opp: nvntx. LAVELL MONTGOMERY "Monty," end, may he regarded :lx ll xtcndy pluggcr. llc ix mulext wlwn the plaximg ix the huttext. 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FOOTBALL 0 ALVIN BRITT Britt is one of the headiest guards that Ole Miss has ever seen and is a worthy running mate for Captain Trapp. His greatest asset is his ability to he ready and waiting for the punt or kick-off receiver. SHINE THORNTON "Shine," who is a fast and hard running haektield man, added greatly to the reserve strength of the Ole Miss gridmen. LEON ROUNSAVILLE "Baby," the hero of the Southwestern game, has imprinted his name in the athletic history of Ole Miss as an outstanding end. BILL TRIMBLE Bill, a sophomore, served this year as a reserve guard, and proved effective in scrimmage against the varsity. He saw little action this season, hut we are counting on him for regular serv- iee next year. SHED ROBERSON Shed, another sophomore reserve end, is sure to he under fire regularly next season. His fighting ahility is not to he surpassed, FOOTBALL 0 ED STONE lftlis ability in defensive work at liavking up the line has rivaled the feats of Sam Kwai' in a manner which we thought impossible. Ile is also a great little signal harker. ALLEN SHOEMAKER "Shoe," when called upon, was not found lacking in thc qual- ifications of a good quarterback. JACK BURKE jack, a douhle threat man, is a halfhack of whom Ole Miss is proud. Ilis off-tackle jaunts led the way to many Flood touch- downs, and the passing combination Burke to Swayze was un- heatahle. JESSE FLOWERS "Tiger" was recognized throughout the South as "The lN1is- sissippi VVild Man" hy his defensive tactics at tackle. lt has been said that "Tiger" played more in the backfield of his op- ponents than he did in his own line. RAYMOND CASPER The generalship of Casper ranks him as One of the greatest quarterbacks that has ever been called a son Of Ole Miss. He was the master of every dirlicult situation either with his headv work at quarter or his ability as a broken-field runner. 0 PAGE I54 Was. FOOTBALL 0 BRAD WHITE Brad, two hundred pounds of dynamite, played end and half- haek equally well. At end his powerful defensive play featured, while at halfhaek his hard-driving runs made a living impres- sion on his opponents. VIRGIL GILL Gill was a tower of strength in the Flood line and at all times used his weight and power to an advantage. GEORGE GUNTER George, fullhaek, weighing only I70 pounds, displayed a dog- gedness and a fighting spirit that makes for good foothall. Ile suecessfully filled Hutson's shoes when playing in the pony hack- field. CHESTER CURTIS A Cleaner player, a hetter sportsman, and a harder lighter never played foothall for Ole Miss. His brilliant run of fifty- two yards to a touchdown that Cinched the game against Missis- sippi State on Thanksgiving Day will live in the minds of the spectators a long time. MOSE WANDER Mose served this year as junior manager. As a result of his hard work, he has heen elected as Senior Manager for the 1933 foothall season, R , 1 1 FRESHMAN FOOTBALL lhe l'reshman loothall squad ot tlus year was the smallest H1 years to answer tlu- call. Out of this comparatively small numher, Coach Tad Smith whipped to- I '11-th P' er one ot the hest teams ever to wear the lxed and lilue. The team had power .uid speed to spare. lzlmer hzidocclu, who hails trom Lalitornia and played quarter- h uk. nas piohahly the most outstanding man on the team. His peculiar style of running seemed to haffle the treshman opponents, and his long runs thrilled the specta- tors in every game. badocchi was well supported hy other stars, such as liartling, Moss, Xelson, and Richardson. 1 , 1 . . -- . . , Ihe l.ittle Klississippi l'lood got otl to a slow start in a night game at L lereland igainst the Delta State ,Iil'2lCllL'l'Sl eleven, trailing the Teachers O-2 until the last few minutes, the lfreslunen came from hehind with a sustained drive putting rlrc- hall witl nn a Yew yards of a tonclulown. XX ith seyen seconds to play, a treslnnan hack lumhled, resulting in a wild scramhle lor the hall. XVhen the smoke cleared, liartling hid tht hill ind Uh Nliss hid 1 x' tori str fi 2 1 1 IC ' -Ming -. The linion lfreslnnen were the next victims of the lizihy Flood. Coach Tad Smith launched a powerful offense which completely swamped the Llnion aggregation, 65 to o. Un the opening kick-oh in the second halt llohy Bartlinv sprinted ninety y'n'ds to 'i 1 , . 1 P, n .if 1 1 touchdown. This was the longest run of the Wune hut no more thrill' g thin al . . , . . P, F1 , ' ' Ill 2 Sl'X'l'l" runs made by our hrilliant triple-threat quarterhack, Sadocchi, The Frosh line, led by Nelson and Richardson, opened huge gaps in the Union forewall and stopped every attempt ot the knion hacks. llI'lIl Our l'reshm:m team surlered its only defeat at the hands of the Alahama Fresh- eleyen. The Klississippians outplayed the liahy Tide, allowing only three first downs. Sadocchi accounted tor the only Klississippi touchdown, returning a punt eighty yards through the entire xI'll'00ll eleven Thr 'Banu score came is thc rc ult ot 1 . ' 1 Z5 1 'L ' 'S I long pass, the final score heinff 9 to I1 mat tl it , ., 'W , X bi Not discouraged hy the loss of the Alahama game, the Red and Blue Freshmen ie Southwestern lfreshmen in Clarksdale for their second night game 'ind lit , ht K into them with all the fury of a tiger. The Baby Flood scored at will, with Kloss and Sadocchi starring in the hacktield. Sadocchi duplicated his feat of the Alabama game hy returning a punt for a touchdown. The Baby Lynx was truly tamed hy the score of 4,6 to 6, their only score resulting from an intercepted lateral pass. ln closing the season the Ole hliss Yearlings defeated the hlississippi State Frosh, I3 to 6, in their animal game to continue the winning streak. A muddy field and a steady rain handicapped the local speed merchants to a large extent. Sadocchi accounted for both of the Ole Rliss touchdowns, the first on a sixty-yard jaunt off tackle and the other when he picked up a had pass from center and scamoered ninety-seven yards for the final tally. A long forward pass gave the State Frosh their only score. 0 PAGE I5b Vxlflxlx K BASKETBALL L. . BASKETBALL -.D ." F. ' loonty loitenherry is a cool, steady player, iiever losing l1is head, and exceptionally fast on the Hoor. lle watelies his man like a hawk, llllll it is ll sight seldom seen for llll opposing player to have an elisy shot ll'llHl under the goal. .X proinising l'l't'l'lIlT from lfrosh l'1llll-QS, liloytl Slllllll is 1lll't'1ltlf' hzindling himself like a veteran o11 the hard- woods, displaying keen judgment and accurate shoot- ing. XVith increased steadiness he should give oppo- nents plenty of trouhle. Zollie Swor made 'l'y11es a s111ooth ru1111i11g-111ate at forward. An injury 111 the first I.. S. ll. isetttl knocked the rangy jackson youth out of a 11u1nher of important games, hut he returned to tl1e line-up ill time to holster the team for conference hattles coming late i11 the sea- Still. Zollie will he the veteran of next year's tive and mueh will he expected from llllll. Ile is a staurieh de- fensive man as well as an accurate wicker-ringer. "Speedy" XVilliams was another reserve who could he cou11ted on. Equally at home at forward Zlllll cen- ter, the tall left-hander demonstrated that he will hear watching i11 the future. Al Britt played ahout as much as anyhody else at as Q I: if in-0. left guard, and Faptain Kirk Haynes, who SClll0lU let anyhody else ill Ull the other guard position, found the Vl'esson lad a scrapping eo-worker. Britt ought to he il steady first-stringcr next season. XVinning a herth Ull the all-Mississippi junior col- lege tive while playing the midfpo-ition at Rayrnond last year, llerman lierryhill hroke i11to the Ole Miss varsity ranks to til th: shoes of String Simpson, the Hllly 1932 Red lllltl Blue regular lost hy graduation. Although handicapped hy defective eyesight, the Hinds product won wide acclaim as :1 pivoteer and looms up as one of VValker's potential stars for 1934. Sport scrihes who covered tl1e Atlanta tournament named lierryhill as one of the four llltlst impressive centers performing ill the Southeastern Conference play-off. Breaking all precedents hy getting himself elected captain of the Ole Miss quintet of X932 i11 his junior year, Cliff Tynes was easily one of tl1e greatest for- wards i11 the Southland during the past three seasons. The Monticello lad, who won a place on the All-Dixie high school five of 1928, was the Red a11d Blue's chief scoring threat during his three years on tl1e team and could always he relied upon to Cllllllli in his share of tl1e goals i11 every game. He piled up ll total of 192 '23, nv ' 9 0 PAGE l58 i ,,, , af .5 ' T1 "' BASKETBALL points for 1933, 153 of them coming in conference games. It will robablv be a lon 'f time before Ole 1- . is Miss produces another Hoorman as dependable as Tynes. "Monk" Montgomery, who signs his name Lavelle, shared Il guard position with Britt, Harrington, and VVinters, but all who saw the last two games between Ole Miss and Mississippi State "discovered" one of the most vigilant guardsmen ever seen on the home floor. Sent in as a substitute to work with Haynes late in the second period of the first tilt, "lN'Ionk" kept VVaits smothered so effectively that the Maroon ace seldom got a chance to shoot for the remainder of that scrap and throughout the last fracas-and that's more than any other guard in the Southeastern Conference achieved! Kirk Haynes, Jonestown veteran and captain of the 1933 quint, pulled more than one game out of the fire for Ole Miss during his three years on the Red and Blue varsity. Haynes displayed deadly aim, possessed a calm mien and excellent judgment, and was perhaps the fastest guard ever to perform under the Mississippi banner. A constant threat to opposing fives, Kirk, bet- ter known as "Pepper," covered the hardwood well and 0 PAGE I59 adequately lived up to all that was expected of him as leader of the squad and as Ole bliss' best all-round athlete, chosen by student ballot. Only a Sophomore, Chester Curtis was called upon several times to fill in for Swor, and on each occasion he acquitted himself well. He should develop into a star of the first magnitude before getting his sheepskin two years hence. George XVinters, seeking a varsity berth for the first time, played both at guard and forward. The Iloulka sophomore showed good form every chance he got to perform and is another who will be a serious con- tender for a first-string position a year hence. Csed some at guard and center, Bart Harrington proved a valuable man to have around when XValker needed somebody to plug a gap. It was this same ver- satility that found the Decatur dependable alternating from center and tacke to fullback on the football eleven in 1931 and IQ32. Consistently reliable-that's about the best way to size up Bart! ability. Frank O. Crostwait served effectively tl1e important office of manager during the year. il - " ' " QQ yo BASKETBALL SEASON lfil lV:ilker's Ole Xliss czuge squzul, ritltlen hy jinxes mul menzicetl hy injuries from the outset. won six games :mtl lost eleven in 1933 hziskethztll play. Twelve battles were fought within the Southeastern Conference, the Klississippizms emerging on the long enil of live. Wvith four reterzuis :mil am illlifllft' junior college center, llermztn llerryhill, to nmlce up the starting team. Rell zuul Blue stock rezichetl new peaks before the season openetl. l'lowex'er, in the very' first cfuiference series Zollie Swor, big Alziclison lUI'XVZlI'tl. upon whom high hopes were centeretl, was lost to the loczil cztuse for more than two weeks with gi smzlshetl knee, :mil lierryhill, llimls County .lunior College transfer. rlevelopetl 21 case of haul eyes that noticeably hzuulicilppeml him for the remriintler of the schetlule. Ole Bliss wiclaermen commencetl the SCZISUII by registering it 50 to 34 victory over the strong Tupelo lfzigles, intlepenilent Lee County quintet which hzul the night before conqueretl the fan'-fzunetl Fztrle Cztrtlinztls. A few claws later Carry Phillips, captain of the Ole lliss championship flve of 11929 :mil :ill-Southern gllillll, letl an invasion of the loczll camp hy the Brown Paper llills of Klonroe, Ln., which left the homelings lrereft of ,to to 26 :intl js to 28 losses. Xvallaer usetl nearly all his ztspirants for the tezim in these contests, but Captain Kirk Haynes :mtl Cliff Tynes, veterzm guzirtl :mil i'orw:u'tl. respectixely, were the most effective scorers for Ole lliss. XVith Haynes, Bart Hztrrington, Berryhill, Tynes, and Swor playing spectzlculzlrly to open the conference scheclule, Ole lliss rose to topmost heights to nose out L. S. . , v . . . . l .ls bpzirky NX ntle et zil. in thrilling .to to 37 and 34 to 32 battles in the home ,flyin- ff.l0!IfflIIH'i1 rm Pagfr 163j 0 PAGE I60 u ,, no P 1 0 PAGE IM W 5 stiff' 1 M FRESHMAN BASKETBALL Amos and Andyds contemporary world-wide Urepressionn tore such a chas- matic hole in the Ole Kliss athletic purse that Red and Blue freshman basketball almost got crowded out entirely, but due to Klorganic financeering on the part of Tad Smith, the local vearlings, not to be daunted, locked horns with two of North lXlississippi's strongest independent teams. The Little llississippians lost two tilts to the Tupelo Eagles, both hv the score of 34 to 31, and a third to the llaldwvn Athletics, 23 to 15. The Fresh- men were overcome in both Tupelo games in the closing moments of play. The Tupelo five had trounced the Ole Kliss varsity bv an even larger score and had won over the Earle Cardinals onlv a few davs before. Baldwvn had perhaps the best team in North Klississippi, triumphing over the llonroe Paper lllillers twice after the Louisianians had won sixteen straight games, two from the local varsity. Ole bliss' 1933 Freshmen battled their big brothers on even terms day in and day out and made up what was characterized bv old-timers as the best first- vear basketball material ever assembled here. Frosh regulars were .limmie Anderson, Corinth: lflmer Christman, Oxford, and Pete Klitchell, Guntown, forwards: Julius Clov, Natchez, center, and Reb Rogers, Tupelo, lilondv Nelson, Decatur, and Charlie Yvilliams, guards. BASKETBALL SEASON fCu11Iil111z'd frnln Page 16oj nasium. Haynes aggregated li points to lead the scoring the first night and Berryhill was high with ll the second. It was in this second tilt that Swor fell, re-injuring a knee that was shattered during the football season. The Klississippians then attempted a storming of Alabama's citadel, but were easily repulsed by the Tuscaloosans, 35 to 23 and S7 to 21. Ole llliss was doubtless in her worst slump of the season and the Crimson Tide surged in what appeared to be incredible form. XYith a gap appearing in the oflicial ca1'd local authorities arranged eleventh-hour games with Baldwyn's Athletics at New Albany and the Tupelo Eagles, this time in the Tupelo casino. Ole llliss dropped both clashes, the first 32 to 24 and the second 4l to 32. A third conference series followed on the Qle llliss floor, the Tulane Greenies providing the opposition. Tynes and Swor hit the basket with frequency to chalk up IS and I0 points respectively to give the Red and Blue a 35 to 27 win after the New Orleaneans had led until late in the second period. The next night the XVave grabbed the lead early and held it all the way, annexing a 37 to 28 victory. Both of the Tulane embroglios were roughly played and several performers on both teams were ousted on penalties. llississippi State took a pair of conference scraps from the Bluecoats in Starkville, 4m to 36 and 32 to 25, and the next week-end found Ole llliss returning Louisiana State's visit, losing to the Bengals 53 to 33 and 50 to 33. Tynes, who netted 37 points in the two games. was the only lllississippian whose aim was good, while Vvade, Blair, Torrance, and Harris were in fine fettle. The regular season ended with llississippi State and Ole lliss resuming their ancient feud before a large crowd in the local barn, Ed lValker's lads staging re- markable second-period comebacks to triumph over their traditional rivals in both struggles, thus evening the four-game series. The lllaroons' all-Southern guard, Frank lVaits, waged an unprecedented one-man scoring attack in the first battle, breaking the Dixie College individual point record by turning in a total of 30, but Tynes, Swor, and Haynes, with 21, 13, and Il, fought unceasingly to give Ole llliss a 50 to 49 victory in the most thrilling game of the year. Vvalker used lllonk lllontgomery at guard the following night and the Longview eager kept Vlfaits closely covered, Ole lliss' basketeers gaining a 41 to 27 win. Tynes added 16 more points to give him a season's total of 153 in conference games. The Hvalkermen were jinxed until the very last whistle, drawing Kentucky, 1933 Southern champions, for opposition on the first day of the Southeastern Conference tournament at Atlanta. The VVildcats disposed of the locals, 49 to 31, and swept on through to the finals, defeating lllississippi State 52 to 33 for the crown. O PAGE I62 O PAGE I 63 U-I x. ,rf 'K C.-XP'l'AlN BUQKY N1OORE BASEBALL 1 W 1 'M M if If BASEBALL ff " A utility infielder, "Fuss" Piglord alternated at second and third. Draftetl frequently to play a vicarious role, Pigfortl PVT- tornicd neatly in a numher of important games. v "Speedy" XVilliams, a sophomore, advanced from the 1931 lreshman ranks just in time to fill the center field vacancy lelt hy the graduation ol' llenry lfaser. The lanky outergardener covered his territory like a veteran and wielded a potent stick at the plate. V Although handicapped hy an injured shoulder throughout the season, Tonuny Swayze crowned his college career with the same remarkahle hrand of twirling that he turned in during the three preceding springs. The veteran left-hander was particularly el'- fective against Alabama and Mississippi State. V Allen Jones, recently snatched from the local mound hy the Boston Red Sox, stood right at the top of the list of Dixie college pitchers last season. The Macon junior, also a southpaw, dis- played ahout the lllosl accurate control seen in these parts for many a moon, and completely hallled opposing hatsmen with his fast-hreaking curve. His signing with liddie Collins' American Leaguers gave staid old Boston something to hrag ahout, hut con- siderahly crippled Tad Smiths Red and Blue hurling staff. V Pete Ruhy, stocky Haxen-haired Tchula lad, ahly handled the mittwork for the Mississippi nine. Ruhy received dependahly, exhihited a nice peg to second, and used excellent judgment in working his pitchers. V Hardly to he acclaimed as a Hashy performer, Bobby Smith could nevertheless he relied upon to dispose of the shortstop as- signment creditahly A nimhle-fingered fielder and a fair batter -that hoy Smith. V Another sophomore, Billy Bacon, relieved Tad Smith of con- siderable worry over the third-hase post. "VVilliam Arthur" lit- erally hurned up the hot corner, like Nero hurned Rome, and his timely bingles against the State apple-handlers were largely re- sponsihle for the Red and Hlue's hreaking even with the Maroons. ,ft Q er . h,fl,5,, X lg' x-Q X 1 7 , l A l -X Nvti' J , ,M . cr Q Wg .ewvg X X ,X . f s More , 1 g QT, 1 w ' 4 t t X .9 , I I ff' ,X y , ffm " 'ext' it mi ri . em i' el, A 'A .b6.,.-'j.,xfq,Wv M ., . 1 l' 4 O PAGE I64 5: he ,:" Gb in 'lg Qaggv if' ll 0 l gli f-13 - Y! O x. 15 ii -v' new l . 'Q is ' . J I - 'X awww fr 1? xg' :X A' l S 5 'Q , Lit 1. v-5 Vs-ij 0 PAGE l65 I l-wx I" 1 I BASEBALL jack Burke, Ruleville product, alternated with other infielders at third and short. Not content with his reeord-shattering IO9' yard run for a touchdown from the kiek-off against Alabama the prior fall, the fast sophomore drove a home-run over the left- field dump in one of the Tide battles that proved to be one of the longest wallops ever hit in the Tuscaloosa park. V A Jonestown Veteran, Kirk llaynes, twice voted Ole lyliss' best all-round athlete, led the Red and Blue hitting for the season. Haynes' style was almost story-bookish-he always man- aged to connect when a safe blow was needed, and as a right fielder he nabbed 'em like Tyrus Cobb. Uoach Smith also used him to good advantage on the mound on two oeeasions. V The initial sack belonged almost exclusively to the old maestro, Captain "Bucky" Moore himself. Not only could the Senatobia old-timer slam out more than his share of the bingles, but his leadership was an inspiration to the team. As for his fielding, "Bucky" could reach out and get 'em, scoopers and all. v Newnan Dorsey played left field with regularity last season. Dorsey had spent two springs of daily toil in working up to the job, and the 1932 games found him prepared to fill in and move on without causing Smith any anxiety. V XViry, eotton-thatched George Howell was the only right-hand pitcher on the squad. The Aberdeen senior had a fairly good year, turning in more victories than losses and getting into splen- did form before the conference games were played. V "Pooncy" Fortenberry shared the second and third-base roles with Bacon, Smith, and Burke. "Pooncy" registered about the best fielding percentage of the entire infield, speared many a run- ner at first with his bullet-like peg, and used an A. J. Reach bat quite effectively. V Another inhelder whose contribution to the 1932 record must not be overlooked is "Denon jordan, whose steady play at the keystone bolstered Mississippi's inner defense significantly. Hard- driven grounders were his specialty. TAD SMITH In 1925, there came to Ole Miss a freshman who was destined to be an outstanding athlete and a competent coach. "Tad" Smith starred on the freshman football and baseball teams as well as on the varsity teams for three years. In 1928 he finished his football career at Ole Miss in a blaze of glory when he circled end for fifty yards and the winning touchdown over A. BL M. Tadpole also proved to be a thorn in A. 66 M.'s side playing his last year of baseball. ln the thirteenth inning, with the score tied, Tad singled and scored the winning run on "Skeeter,' Webbls drive to right field. From these few instances, it is obvious that his athletic career was exciting and thrilling for both himself and the spectators. Smith began his coaching career at Ole Miss in the fall of 1929, when he coached the backfield of the varsity football team under Coach Homer Hazel. Although very young and inexperienced as a coach, he handled the very delicate situation of coaching his team- mates of the year before like a veteran. In fact, so well did "Tad" perform as coach of the varsity backfield that he was made head Freshman coach the following year. At this time, a new system of football was , vt 3' ur! .4 t . 1 , coach, Ed Walker. "Tad" had to start all introduced at Ole Miss by the new head 1 'A' , Y- SY xl HH over again, but he took to it like a duck to 'K iirgfff water. The freshman teams, in the three ,. ' a +5 . major sports under his supervision, have ix 'S' M " '. ff., been winners. During the session 1931-32, X ' , ' , Q .T 'S "Tad" stepped in as varsity baseball coach, 1.a ' , fig 1- ' also carrying freshman basketball and foot- ' ii V Q i "' 1 ball. At this new post he developed a cred- itable team out of very inexperienced ma- terial. Y g Coach Claude "Tad', Smith has proved his competency as a coach and we proudly , claim him as a true son of Ole Miss. mx , , 1 ' . ,:' i 1 - ' V -r 5. fx aJf.4 , . I 1.2!-gf. vs ' 1 Jin' R Q tf,1..j'j' .l b' . -f '21 ""'- - 'M i lj. .ij M. , . , A 1 W'y, 3 y+vN' Q W 4. '. ! g ' 1 ' .'-37 :"' , V, i sy' '. f -. ,Lis e ' 0 PAGE IM f O PAGE I67 THE BASEBALL SEASON A well-balanced Red and Blue baseball team, woven together from a scant handful of vet- erans and more numerous sophomore recruits, field its own with more experienced nines during the 1931 season, garnering ten victories out of a total of eighteen scheduled games. Playing their first year under Tad Smith, who succeeded Pete Shields, one of Dixie's most popular and successful college pilots who had directed Ole Miss diamond activities for ten springs prior to his retirement in 1931, the Mississippians reached their heights by splitting conference series with Alabama and Mississippi State. Much of the Red and Blue's success last season must be attributed to two redoubtable south- paw pitchers, Tommy Swayze and Allen jones, both veterans, and to Captain "Bucky" Moore and Kirk Haynes, whose experience at first base and right field respectively proved a stabilizing influence. To inaugurate the season, Ole Miss' horsehiders stormed the VVest Tennessee Teachers' fortress at Memphis and took a pair of lively games by 8 to 3 and 23 to IO scores. Howell, Haynes, and Swayze took care of the mound work for the invasion. -lones, playing in the outfield, netted seven safe blows in the two encounters. The Smithmen then journeyed over to Tuscaloosa to usher in the conference schedule by meet- ing Alabama. The score for the two engagements was the same, 7 to 4, with jones losing the first game and Swayze winning the second. The Bluff City Peds visited the local orchard for two more settos, and again Ole lyfiss turned in neat victories. Jones mixed a fast ball with a nice assortment of curves to baffle the VVest Tennesseans in the opening game, which ended 7 to 1, and Howell had them at his mercy to earn an ii to 1 triumph the following day. 'Bama's Crimson Tide then surged over this way for a second conference series and eked out heart-rending 5-to-4 and 2-to-1 wins over the homelings. In the second clash, jones yielded only three base-knocks to the Tuscaloosans. Smith took his batsmen to Starkville for a two-game series with Mississippi State following the Alabama embroglios. The Maroons, coached by the veteran "Dudy" Nobles, won the first, S to 2, but dropped the second to the Ole lkfliss players, 9 to 6. A duet of games with Louisiana Tech of Ruston, played on the home field, resulted in a dog- fall, Mississippi winning the opener, iz to r, and the visitors the next, 6 to 1. The Red and Blue were scheduled to perform against Vanderbilt in Nashville just about the time a slump was evident, and the Commodores enhanced their conference standing at the ex- pense of the locals, 9 to 7 and 2 to o. The season terminated with another two-game series with State. Cy Moore and jones staged a momentous pitching duel for eight frames, but an Ole Miss batting spree in the last stanza gave jones the better of the battle, 3 to o. State's Maroon team basked in the sunlight of sweet revenge the following afternoon, however, smothering the home lads under an avalanche of base- hits to win a IS to 3 victory. S . 'Pei .3 an 'SI J-zt"1" '01 ' P'-vi ug, 4'-1 Ch" I ' 5'-Tel.,-' ,TLP , ,, M tm ,L L. W V N sh D nyc ..,,, ww- fi. - - . , . . ,. 1 .t. ' "5 'ff . 'N 'T ""f"'-i "' 'fI.2'k:'s, -'idx -MJ. TRACK SEASON Ole Nliss' Red and lilue track team, made up almost entirely of sophomores, won one verdict over the Southwestern cindermen at Meniphis, hut dropped two conference meets to Mississippi State and Alahaina. lfive men, slack liurnett, liratl XVhite, ,lack Burke, Rayinond Vasper, a11d jesse lflowers, all second-year performers, did practically all tl1e scoring for the lllilllt' squad. Burnett shattered three all-time Ole lxliss records and tied the Southern conference lOO'f'ZlI'Cl dash high mark of 9.6 seconds, while YVhite set a new Dixie college discus record of 1311 feet, 7 Zlllll inches. VVl1ite also hroke three all-time Red and Blue records, the discus achievement included. Burnett, Meridian wonder hoy, was the Mississippi satellite, cha'king up all sorts of attain- ments for national comment. Against Alahania he ran the .120-j'llI'tl eve11t i11 21.2, surpassing the feat of Iiddie 'l'olan, Anierican record holder in that division until l3urnett's spri11t. Blll'IlC'II'N hest ti111e i11 the 41,0 was 51.2, XVinning tl1e IOO- and 220-Xllftl ru11s i11 the junior A. A. l'. meets in New Orleans, the sophomore greyhound went to Chicago and Indianapolis to compete for Il place on the Ainerican Olympic team, hut a torn ligament soo11 had him hors-de-comhat, a11d ruined Ole hliss' hvhes to have l1er colors worn in the inter11atio11al races i11 California last stnniner, Burnett easily won the sprints against Southwestern and State, the only two matches he engaged i11, an injured leg keeping hi111 Ull the side'ines at Tuscaloosa. The iavelin, shotput lllltl discus handling was taken care of hy XVhite and Flowers, although hxllllfl' had the decided edge o11 atiyhotly else who ever showed up i11 these parts. Besides l1I't'1IlxlIlf1 the Southern discus record, he estahlished 11ew Ole Miss lIlllI'liS with the shot, 44.3 feet, and the javelin, 17S.5. -lesse Flowers was the team's workhorse, competing in nearly all events except the sprints and jumps. His many points were garnered i11 running hoth the high and low hurdles, however. Burke ran with Burnette in the 100, 220, and .140 events, and came in second to his OXVII team- mate hut ahead of opposing sprinters several times. Cas er was articularlv SIFUII Y in the hroad ium , with Burke also fro win f, a11d hoth Fas wer , f- Z-. I and Burke worked YYlIll Burnett and Toinmy Dunn i11 the relav. Uthers who took part were Monk Montgomery, weights and hurd'e man, Zllltl Fred Glass, Neil Clllllllllgllillll, a11d Rohert Mcflullough, distancers. The 1932 track activities were well directed hy Coach Kenneth Gatchell, former Mississippi State all-round athlete and holder ot two Southern conference track records. 0 PAGE I68 0 PAGE I69 FRESHMAN TRACK Kenneth Gatchell produced the best freshman track squad in 1932 that ever bore the Ole llliss banner. The little lltlississippians won their only two meets, with Nlis- sissippi State and Hinds Junior College of Raymond, and three Red and Blue frosh set new records in the Southern A. A. U. events at New Orleans last spring. YVith this crop of sophomores slated to remain in school for two more years, Ole lliss should find herself on the mountain peaks of Dixie track activity within the next couple of seasons. In the New Orleans A. A. U. meet, Floyd Smith broke college records in the half mile with a time of 2.00 6f10, and in the mile with a new mark of 4.35 SXIO. The VVesson lad also garnered his share of the points against State and Raymond. Allen Shoemaker, lXIeridian lad and high school teammate of Jack Burnett, captured first places in the low and high hurdles in the Louisiana metropolis, establishing new figures in both. His low hurdle time for 220 yards was 24.9, and his 120-yard high hurdles mark was oflicially chalked up at 15.2. Shoemaker also broadjumps and takes part in the relay. The sprint sensation of the freshman squad was lXIel Dovith, Greenwood youth, who won the 220-yard dash in the A. A. U. meets and came in third in the 100. He easily won both events against State and Hinds. Dyed-in-the-wool track fans are heralding Dovith as a capable successor to jack Burnett. Running with Dovith in the sprints was Ike Shepherd, Rleridianite, whose quick start and fine speed should usher him to the first ranks. A Pachuta freshman, Evans Thornton, won the 4.4.0 at Starkville and finished third in the A. A. U. rate at New Orleans, while Charlie VVilliams, Belzoni f tyro, ran away with the two-mile show in both the lllaroon and Raymond embroglios. 2 Another valuable varsity prospect is Chester Curtis. y versatile Clarksdale athlete, who won three second places and the half-mile jaunt in the two meets. The relay team was composed of Curtis, Shoe- maker, Shepherd, and Thornton, and set up a new Ole O ,L Bliss record for the mile four-lapper. Their time was . jg 3:32.2. i .W A Glam 'Y TEAM f W Q19 xl it f"1fxY'1CpW . ,X X PARKER QASPEE YN --- rw 1 H - l -- q E3C5X!FXio TQAM O PAGE U0 PGE ,Ill I Q 9 I P CX - ,, H H 161-X - ' ' 4 HOWGWWI u1Cw+K6 H3 HCTIOU-5 B L6 Q C++ G RS SHIDERS m I Ke" 0 PAGE l72 0 PAGE I73 TENNIS Two matches, both lost by the score of .t to 2, com- prised the 1932 Red and Blue tennis season. VVhile the Ole lWiss racquet team failed to make an impressive show- ing as a unit, devotees of the delightful sport saw at least two local netters chalk up a finished style of play as indi- viduals. The lvlississippians, opening their season in lVIemphis- on-the-River, were defeated by the veteran Southwestern squad. In this match johnie Faulkner, 1932 co-captain and 1933 captain-elect, paired with Jimmie Green of Tu- pelo to give Qle Nliss an invincible doubles' entry, which vanquished the Lynx duet in a thrilling battle. llfissis- sippi's other victory was registered by Lowell lvlarsalis of Vicksburg. The second match found the Red and Blue racquet- eers engaging lklississippi State's netmen on the local court. The embroglio, oflicially listed as a part of the IQ32 lllothers' Day program, attracted a large crowd. The fact that traditional foes were clashing provided additional zest and color. Bill Noblin of Jackson, the other co-captain, worked smoothly with Faulkner to cap- ture two events, but the lllaroon team numbered too many experienced players for the Red and Blue to garner further triumphs. THE NORRIS TRGPHY The Norris Trophy is presented each year to the most outstanding athlete in the University of Mississippi by the Norris Candy Company, of Atlanta, Georgia. This award has been made possible through the efforts of Gathright-Reed Drug Company, agents for the Norris Candy Company at Oxford. The student body, as well as the University, is very much indebted to Gathright-Reed Drug Com- pany for this honor awarded Ole Miss athletes. Kirk Haynes, of Jonestown, Mississippi, has been selected for the second con- secutive year as the winner of this trophy. This honor has been accorded to a man who, through four years of athletic service, has undoubtedly merited this selection, having won numerals during his freshman year in football, basketball, and base- ball, and having been an outstanding man in each of these three major sports each year since. His work at halfback on the football team was unexcelled. He played guard on the basketball team of which he was selected captain this year. In this capacity he lacked none of the qualities as a leader. On the baseball field, Haynes has done excellent work as an outfielder and, when called upon, as a pitcher. In addition to his athletic activities, Kirk has a good scholastic record and par- ticipates in numerous other campus activities. He is a member of the Sigma Al- pha Epsilon social fraternity, M. O. A. K. S., Blue Key and several other campus organizations. 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BERENICE STEVENS . HARRY ROBERTS . UIIMMIE ARMSTRONG . MALN'INA MCCOOL . MARY JANE NAIL . MALORY BUFORD I 0 PAGE I88 0 PAGE l89 THE i933 HALL OF FAME KIRK HAYNES . . . Jonestown, Mississippi LESLIE DARDEN . . . Hernando, Mississippi HARRY C. ROBERTS . . . Canton, Mississippi A. T. BRILEY ........... . . . Corinth, Mississippi In the annual contest sponsored by the Mi5si5.vippi41r1. the above students were selected as the most outstanding students at Ole Miss by an impartial committee appointed by Dr. Alfred E. Hume, Chancellor of the University: Frank Everett, President of the Associated Student Bodyg Rae Bryant, President of the Y. M. C. A., Kirk Haynes, outstanding athleteg and Miss Ella Somerville, representative of the social element of the University. 'FRLS4-I ITIDH ' STUVIT 'FIIG1-IT' ? 4-! WU ' -v pzqhf THE B09 WHO C.AP1P1l6SA WARE 3 CONTGNTGD E y gh, PYRGFGIRI1-ED STOCF-m ,xmxxl 'fr W, N3 4.4. x ' ' . H IGH HOP66 BOOK ENDS NON CAMPUS LAND MARKS THE AT LGASTA sum Amo MENTIS we omsaea P-M565 wmv few O PAGE V Q 191 N x 1? f 'if --Q ' I CHI OMEGA The Chi Umegas had a turf time this year trying to live up to the rushing season of the year before. llaving pledged eleven girls out of the twelve rushed, it came as quite a jolt when Mrs. Smythe joined the ranks lthe most appropriate word the Cllis can apply to said groupl of the Deltas. They are quoted as bt-ing possessed of specific information to the effect that jeff, the husband, was sewed up 'l'ri Delt long before he met the little woman. lint the Chi Umegas do not have to worry any more, because hlanie Nail will see that the Chi Umegas are represented at all the fra- ternity dances. Frances XYitty, with her l- cau't-make-np-my-mind-who-I-like attitude, will do her bit. Then there is the Salvation Army enigma, Frances Holmes, who travels from lFave-to-jones-twKirk-to-Dave. The sorority Ilttlsi have developed cold feet at the beginning of the year, because all the girls launched a campaign, emerged with one Ill m:1n, and have stuck land been stuckll to him the entire year. XVitness especially four of the dear girls who claim to always get their marks. For convenience, let us here- after refer to them as the Four Marx Sisters, namely, Gwin, Love, McBee, and Floyd. :Xnd we can't close the article without giving hon- orable mention to Fanny Dyer and llays Gee for roping in Cossar and Fulton. All in all, the girls feel like the year has been a success- ful one. NVhat with Sturtivant and her dat- ing problems, the chapter plans to lure a few rushees into the fold next year with enticing promises to share the superfiuons suckers. SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON Do my eyes deceive me? ls that Apollo tripping over yon hill with his golden locks shining in their effulgent brilliance? Oh, no, children, that's only Gee Bee Cousins lextra- ordinaryl. Perhaps, there is Hector-but no, only Kirk Haynes, Pride of Ole Miss, twice winner of Norris Trophy, lNIodel bdan, Maid's Regret, et cetera. And then, too, that sweet, innocent boy who looks so much like Cupid is none other than little Burt Coers of angelic COFNTENANCE. And that dis- torted self-made, intellectual abortion who could well be Pan if he were not XViII Price. And yon Paris lMallory Bufordl with Helen lBeIieve it or not, Charlotte Capersl in the background, dancing his way to notoriety. The satellites of this group, while numerous, deserve, with the exception of Pete Shelby, not to be mentioned. The Grand Army of the Republic will have its next convention in the British Congo, surrounded by kindred apes and laughing hyenas. DELTA KAPPA EPSILON The D. K. li.'s advocate smaller and smaller chapters each year, the reason being that fewer and fewer are worthy of member- ship in the lodge. If you dou't like that reason, substitute the one about sour grapes. This year the chapter showed more nerve than it has shown for quite a while. And believe anybody on the campus, it takes nerve to ask an unsuspecting freshman to join that crew. The high powered rush talk of At- torney Darden, the intriguing moustache of Shelby Maxwell, and Beau Brummell Fellows proved to be a combination seldom rivaled in the history of the fraternity. lliouquet for chapters of bygone days.l This year was an eventful one, for T. Leonard procures a tux from somewhere and is so fascinated with his new riggings that he betakes himself to the Tea llound for Sunday night supper, all diked out in the trappings. Brothers Grant- ham and Maxwell ent each other's throat for the Gilbert gal, while Darden continues se- renely on his uninterrupted path of glory to raise the coop rating of the fraternity by cinching Ford the first of the year. PHI KAPPA PSI Never has a fraternity been so firmly estab- lished, and so well recognized for its repre- sentative membership. lRepresentative of a sanctimouious collection.I Yet, that impec- cable body of men were glad to welcome into their midst a young libertineg who, upon being recognized as one enjoying the unre- strained indulgence in Iicentious practices, was given the task, the momentous task, of bringing about a social transformation. The consequences are more abhorrent than the most skeptical prophesied. The adroit Cook, who was so dependable, so methodic, and so reticent, is now entertain- ing his time in reading pornographic litera- ture, and enjoying the scandalous conversa- tion of Ed. Zwingle, who, it is known, was involved in a clandestine affair, but such ter- minating as a consequence of a visit to jack- son as a guest of their legislator, Bob Vp- church. It should have been. The legisla- tor's reputation preceded him. It was known that he made a speech in the lobby of the Robert E. Lee, and horrified people by his orgies given in the upper chambers. Mat Harper, being clothed with pontificial robes since his baptism into the order, frowns upon the questionable conduct of his brothers, but at all times he is overruled, and they con- tinue their march, their hegira from the per- secution of being called Saintly. 0 PAGE I92 0 PAGE I93 PHI DELTA THETA "The Phi Delta Theta Fraternity performed with its usual brilliance this year" tquota- tion from Chapter Reportl. They took the pick of the freshmen, polished up their un- dergraduate memhers, and hranched out into the graduate school with neophyte Carpenter. Student hody president Iiverett succeded in showing quite well to just what proportions a man's head can increase in one year if it is given the proper and encouraging environ- ment, such as the smiles of hliss Ole Miss, the opportunity to make speeches, and Hatter- ing attention of appreciative audiences. Mr. Catoe Cof Harvard, Vanderhilt, and XVCIWIUI added his glowing presence to this scintil- lating group of Big Shots, proving himself to he the most shining of shiners. His lack of success in all lilies coupled with for per' haps hrought ahout hyj his fatal case of perf nicious ego soon placed him among the Eles of the discarded, where he grumhles and fusses to himself fwho is, after all, his Illtlsl admiring companionl. Among the others in the ranks of the Vheruhic Iiverett are Mother Goose Hayes freally a good lyoy, in spite of his infamous hrothersl, Count Barrett fthe man of modish rain apparell, YVilhurn Hooker Nail, Boh Bourdeaux fself-made sleuth, nuisance, and mad manl, and others flook them up for youselfg we can't spare any more spacej. The Phis have a room in Ricks, though, and that helps the other frats. But a fall cometh after pride. The Phi's have gotten so stuck up that they thought they could get along without a president, so they elected Fred Glass head of the chapter. Now mayhe some of lls ordinary fraternities will get a hreak. COSSAR AND COMPANY Lee Cossar came to Ule Nliss ahout four years ago and organized a fraternity, calling it Sigmanure. The cluh grew and grew, and now it has hecome dignified enough to hx called Cossar and Company-if you call th:1t dignity. This Cossar is not conceited like ordinary people, He positively loves himself with a passion. Not heing satisfied with one person fhimselfj to admire, he gets som:- hody else just exactly like himself to go around with him. XVe haven't heen ahle to find out just what the arrangements are, hut you've seen them together. The "and Com- pany" part of this so-called fraternity is named Pigford. Pigford is attached to a girl named Floyd. That may explain solllt' things. Hill Denman is also a meniher he- cause all companies have to have a drawlvack or they would get too gootl. liill zissor-iglffs with lots of girls instead of iust one-Miss fcensoredl, Miss fcensoredl, and other young f?l things of similar quality. Taken all in all, the snake and the fireman's hadge haven't heen in such good company this year -from either a male or a female standpoint. delta tau delta . . . V, ,' 'Y as fast .ls wt get iid of em they come hack just like pulling rahhits out of a hat and whgit a prize they pulled out when they got that precious herhy holmes-the "love hird" ol the campus, don't he fooled though hy his semi' mental croonings, he's really a hig, lyoltl, hef man underneath, oh, hriley,-how do your Memphis Trips escape the sleuthy "spic and span"? is it that they never go to the hier- ca, or do you really edit our mississiopian, or are you holding out on aycock? and what has hecome of igou? god, i hope there ain't no such thing as re-incarnation! i almo-t overlooked frank hawkins-hut he didn't have a chance-he was already a d. t. il. hefore he got here. too had there aren't any important people in this fraternity-mayhe we could have given them a write-up if there were. PI KAPPA ALPHA Pi K. A. is my fraternity, I would that I had another, It maketh me to have a lowly rating, It leadeth me from the paths of righteousness For its name's sake. Yea, though I walk through the middle of the circle, I fear no co-ed, For they will not have me. Thou surroundest me with Russell, Anderson, and Johnson, My cup runneth over. Surely misery and shame shall follow me all the days of my life If I am classed with this cohort forever. ALPHA TAU OMEGA Poor boy s, 'Iihey tried to hide it, but it got out. lille X. ill. 0.'s pledged two lil'l'Nllllll'll tbut one ol them was Prosperel and two transfers. Une transfer mysteriously disap- peared, thereby reducing their pledges 25 per ct-nt. lint the .X. 'l'. 0.'s have been through much worse trials. Besides, llober was here iluring rush week, which may account for the lack of pledges. You see, the A. 'l', 0,'s rely on what is known in these circles as "Pledge lVater" to get their men, and Ciober performed lllusl of the pledging rites. fon- note? 'lihe A. Ili. 0.'s roll includes Royce and Ilavis lwho found ont about the coop this year, much to thc sorrow of the coopl. ilihcse two boys are really fairly nice, but Royce has belonged to this fraternity for about three years now, and men have been ruined by it in three months, and llavis rooms with Royce, "l.ittle But l.oud" Pyle fthe most collegiate of all collegiansl returned this year after a much appreciated absence. Billy has very little time in which to be annoying, he is so engaged in his work-prime pro- moter of Alumni Paper, Mecca, and other "big businesses". ln conclusion, we wish to add that we have just been informed that the ppc-siilt-in of this Iinlfamous lodge is Bing- ham lluncan. 'l'his may explain the obvious lack of success in its undertakings. P. S.: XVe almost forgot to include in this group Charles Pollard Macliee and the late C. lf. Holmes tLittle AIly's pall. PHI PI PHI XVith the powerful Bowles-Donald combi- nation missing, the fraternity has enjoyed quite a peaceful and uneventful year. They did import Bowles for rushing and it is said that he intimidated more than one frightened frosh to pledge himself. Sanderson con- trihutes materially to the activities of the fra- ternity by serving an active term on the Y cabinet. Donald is still able to operate. though the absence of his partner Bowles is deeply felt. Donald's method of pledging a man is to asphyxiate him with a five-cent cigar and pledge him while he's still too groggy to stand up for his own rights. Brad YVhite is now, was, and ever more shall be hi! i amen with them and is the main topic of the rush talk. lt seems peculiarly fitting that the colors of the fraternity are black and blue. .-Xnd the flower-no, not a pansy-the dainty little Blue Bell. l.ast year they had a better write-up than this, but last year Ralph lylitch- ell, the pride of the lodge, was editor of the annual. KAPPA ALPHA XVas ever such a conglomeration of Ba- laam's prodigies, nonentities, and lorget-me- nots gathered together "for God and the XVO- men"? They lose their date cards. They lose their rush list. 'lihey would lose their minds tif they had mindsl, and they will lose their charter if they don't get more than four fresh- men next year Iwe are sorry, but we really don't know the names of those inconspicuons ones honored with a K, A. pledge pinl. Great fishes-what need has a chapter for pledges when such a mental Iuniinary as Stokes Robertson joins its happy number? XVhat, may l ask, need a chapter desire in the form of hlustering publicity greater than Rubaiyat, Khayyam, Augustus, Thomas NVat- kins, possessor of Phi Beta Kappa keys, one mis-mated earring, thousands of feminine hearts, and tens of thousands of humane sym- pathizers among the males! SIGMA PHI EPSILON Ever hear of them? No? VI'elI, boy, hang your head in shame while we disclose their inglorious presence on our cherished campus. And just think, all this time we have thought that cute Vic Torrey and that Lowlel boy, who is always trying to elevate himself with synthetic wings, were not lodge boys. How' flattering! And there's that mousey Emmett Ray fthe little devill hasn't he had a time trying to convince Gertie Neal that he's the man she-'s been waiting for? By further in- vestigation, we might discover others wearing their hearts on the vest pocket, but I joyously doubt it. You might turn it into a game and go about searching for the emblem of this em- bryonic lodge. Let us know if you find any. VVe aren't interested-we are just curiously sympathetic. 0 PAGE I94 0 PAGE I95 KAPPA SIGMA And this, ladies and gentlemen, is that cos- mopolitan group of general left-overs known to the world as Kappa Sigmas. llow this personnel could ever he handed together in the same organization will always he a mys- tery, I,ook it over-Greasy' Chi Reid: Vap Adams, the human megaphoneg C. Ii. An- derson, the dapper gentleman of affairs, XVells XVoody', who should some day he in the College of Cardinals, liilly' XVatson, for gosh knows whatg XViley' Kees, the Arrow collar man, Mother Gardener, etc. lsn't it Cllfllli-Ill to give anyone the ague? And as for pledges-little Kemp and little Kees, the Siamese Twinsg President liartlingg Swan- like Garyg llamp IIatton's Automohileg Gil- lam Gwin, who promises to he the perpetual pledge, and so, I,adies and Gentlemen, hefore you go into hysterics, we hring down the Cllr- tain on this galaxy' of humanity. PI KAPPA PHI The Pi Kappa Phi's hlossom into social prominence through the "coop" activities of XVhat-A-lN'Ian llouse. His fickle heart and weak hrain wavers hetween the alluring charms of Rohinson and llarrison, and it will prohahly' take him the entire year to catch on to the fact that neither one of them care. That's all right, all right, all right, you just wait until l'm star of the intramural hasket- hall games, and then y'ou'Il he sorry. But We can't recall any' vivid pictures of either of the girls going into deep mourning as a result of this dire threat. The chapter also hoasts an- other powerful man, one Jeff Parker. lielieve theynv he-'s some man and woe he unto the freshman who has thc misfortune to cross up with him during rush week. INote: The fel- low at Tulane was 1101 a freshmrllhl The Campus is expecting a lot from these hoys within the next twenty' years. KAPPA SIGMA TAU The Kappa Sigma Tau's came through in fine style this year hy' pledging Zollie Swor, and Virgil Gill. It is said that they guar- antee their prospective pledges an introduc- tion to the entire foothall team within a few clays after pledging. Smiley not only' con- fines her athletic activities in the interest of the school toward insisting that Gill keep training, hut she launches herself suddenly he- fore the puhlic eye as a prominent candidate for assistant cheerleader. It is sairl that Swor is swerved on to victory often upon the im- petus given him hy' an opportune "For my sake, ZollieI" from Mary' Sue. This seems as good a time as any' to tender the school's appreciation to these girls for yy hat they' have done for her, lf they quit rushing the foot- hall team long enough, perhaps they might trap some unwary' freshman to ioin the ranks. PHI MU The lie mule of yesterday' gives wmv N, the prancing ponies of today. Pearl Capers had a hand in it. K. Herhert and Mary Ulllf'NPl6. with their gentle sighs and lan- PIUOHNIN looks had no little part in this transformation. XVhy', girls ami huts' yhig f"r"'flU' Used to he down third class, now it's seconfl class, I.acking, as usual, in hril- liance of personality, their pledge group ingm- ages in scme way to get to all of the dances and have a few dates occasiongilly, The chapter has unanimously voteil ii, prQ.e,,t Um. Hill Trusty, one llugh Lawson Ciarv, one Turner Mitchell, one Mallory' liuforii, giml one Vap Adams with the silver medallion for constancy' and idiocy. ,lust watch their smoke next year. It will remind one of the hack- flfft frfm Doctor Kennan's car in Decem- lter-a loud report, smoke, and nothing of consequence. DELTA DELTA DELTA The flllllllluers of Delta Delta Delta are H 'l"l'12l VCU' nicely, thank you. Mamma D'l"cr- rall returned to guide her charges through the vicissitudes of rushing against those im- Pmelltlf Fhi Umegns l'nder her guidance, alll? Hwlafecl hy Mcfool, they succeeded in acquiring Mrs. Smythe and Dr, hiore, In sm nothing of .limmie Carpenter. ISI1-h-h-h. they also succeeded in asquiring Freshman Duncan and Transfer Moreheafl,I Try :ls fhff' mlkllit, though, these rushers de luxe were forced to remain satisfied with Sartin's Ifjsl Sigma Chi pin, Nohle efforts were made, hut that final ounce of energy' that it takes to deprive a luckless male of the limhlem of his Brotherhood seemed to he lacking. llowever, don't give up, girlsg with proper training, llicks may turn collector yet. She has the natural instincts. Next we have the pseudo- Iiliilll ljZllNl1s-the Ijfs "m3y1g-'I hid fgf opera lcomic, of co nscl. But in spite of lo- cal handicaps, these girls have the national rating par excellence task them, hut don't ask lls to verify itl. DELTA PSI l,ook at him, ehildreng see his manly rhextg xi-e hix iron like mnxrlex land look at that mugl. IIIIIITTN the seeret, ehildreng that'x why In- eau varry the yyorId'x problems on his xhoultleix-that'x the reason he van xupport yyithout Ilinvhing the golden Ivreaxteplate Ile rarries with him. .Xnd there in the renter ol yon boxing Illlyl ix another ol these strong men. Ile ix Shed Roberson. Ile, too, ix train- ing that he may not beeome holloyy-eliestefl Irom yyearing the "golden ton." :Xml then there ix poor l'harIes Tindall-one ol those people you read about who yyants to buy a title with gold. XVeIl, il one ean't be a Duke there is some eonxolation in being a eourt lingl iexter, ixn't there, Vhiek? XXX- go from the demure little Chiek to Pete Spear. The iloetorx say' that he ean't help it, that God made hix voeal chords too big or something. It's Ireakixh. I,ike Garland I.yle, the only' member who ix really' "above" the erew. It really ix :1 shame that these boys will have ehilflren some day. But it must be done, or Delta Sigh will become extinct. People join this fraternity' because their fathers and grandliatliers belore them joined it. They must, they eertainly' have no other reason. SIGMA CHI, Sigma Chi has been one of the most out- xtanding groups at Ule lNIixs this year. lfaeh and every member has done his utmost to make people realize that Sigma C'hi is a fra- ternity and 11115 memberx. Brother Hewitt ioined the lNIoaks, the Senior Law elass, tiraee Maddt-n's following, and other Pub- lix' Shining Groups fBrother Hewitt has been put in the Sigma Chi hall of fame for his etlortxl. Brother Roane also joined the Moakx, and the Senior lawyers, but he went Ilewitt one better after that and organized .1 band, thereby providing a pedextal for him- xelt and providing noise at the same time. In xpite of these and similar publicity' stunts, Sigma Chi became more and more obscure, ln a final flexperate effort to keep the Cross before the public' eye, Brother Skinner made hix bid for fame, For three days, he was the most eonspieuoux thing on the Campus and then he unaeeountably' disappeared for about xix weeks. Brother Blinkie--of VVinkie and Blinkie fame-made the moxt masterly' stroke in the direetion ol' lame gathering by asso- riating yyith what he thought was the future M. 0. M. But he oy'erextimated the strength ol the late Ilemot'ratie party. And Sister libb lford tried to get a Ilhi Iita Sigma key' for one ot the pledges twho ditIn't make his av- erage-yyhat ambition, Iilylyllg somebody' tell Iihh you e:m't make a xilk purse out ol a sow's t'ill'. Too bad, boys, yy e give you ererlit for trying, though. BETA THETA PI XVith the ending of Iiootball season land 'l'rapp's promineneel and the sudden disap- pearanee ol' .lark Burnett, Beta Theta Pi eeased to be an organivation and beexnne merely' a member ol' the interlraternity eoun- eil. There, at leaxt, they were heard from, for their reprexentative was Berry I7. lfhan- eellorl Brown. Berry has always been a I.ittle Ubnoxioux, but this year he blossomed Iorth as a Big Obnoxious. For one thing, he reminds ux of Bob Bourdeaux, tor :mother thing he talks more than the Dean of Stu- dents ltiuess XVhoJ. Anil did you ever see him play' newspaper editor, reporter, owner, et al.? It's almost as good as the Marx Brothers, I.astly', boys and girls, we'll let you in on a xeeret-Berry' had an idea onee, he really' did, it wax wrong, but he had an idea. The Beta Chapter Roll ineludes sueh lights as David M. Quinn, jr., the Master Mind of Mississippi, who knows how to play' Chess twhat a manl, Melllwain, Sam and Melll- wain, R. B. lone of them works for Duke Skinner, and the other one wears boots, in ease you never heard of eitherl Q then there ix the MeI.ure dynaxty' IA, B and CJ, and jus- tiee Ewing, ex-Iiditor, ex-Congressman, ex- Law Student, also being an otlieer of Il1iS group, Iix-ollieio Nuisance. IN MEMORIAM Ilere lies the remains of those who wereg For them rushing holds no disappointment, They' Came from nothing, they"re gone to nothing- l'nIess there's a Hy' in the ointment. B I O A I' K A AZ 0 PAGE I96 i S- 0 PAGE I97 DEDICATION By way of explanation, let it herewith and immediately be stipulated that the following poem is not just the usual type yes miss finklestein type not tripe put a pair of your best parentheses about that then comes the one about what technocracy is doing for love or are parentheses people question mark you ask him i don't know him well enough if you don't like the way this is written just remember it takes all kinds of types to make the world for instance the gigolo type could never make me then there's the extract from Homer that says Babe Ruth always comes home after making a hit. Romance is lagging Ctrim ankles, tool on the campus due to the lack of sullicient wherewith to give the little woman the things in life that makes romance what gold diggers want to call it: l.ee Cossar and Hays Gee have definitely given up trying to balance the budget and are trying an easier trick the one with two indian clubs a red white and blue ball and a midget holding an American Hag in his teeth. it is said that each day Cossar takes the little Cwe all have our sense of proportionl woman past an alluring cigarette poster that adorns the Greeks walls, but that ain't nothin compared to her sunday reward for good behavior because it comes to us from those who are in the know that the Shiner takes Stella Gee to view the steaming doughnuts in the bakery window where they are both pleased to press their noses wistfully-and painfully-against the window and they have both been quoted as saying the pressed noses do not smell i mean spell of romance .tpardon to Cyrano and Roxannel But back to what we hinted at in the title. There is a pome in the oHing and we would have been delighted to leave it there except for the fact that it's awfully hard for an ofhng to take care of hisself much less having to take care of a pome which returns us to a problem of the first order and paragraph about are parentheses people so bear with us - not a proposition - and lend a big fuzzy american ear to the midnight fuse of the muse . as we go along you can kinda feel that the pome is coming , witness fuse-muse. . . Said pome yes yes what did the pome say? , is respectfully dedicated to that soon to be extinct two legged mammal on the campus who believes in the current hokum about technocracy, the new deal, and campus romances. It is to them of the sickly sighs that the following note of disillusionment is directed and if you're quick enough or have ever lived next door to a saxophone player you can escape the note of dis- illusionment. and we can Hot end the dedication without mentioning a few of those at whom we've used that sentence before so I'll nip it in the bud even as l plan to nip the contemporary campus love affairs in the same place. XVith a fond much adieu about nothing we proceed ad pome or as some of the best mud slingers are pleased to hurl it, ad nauseum. The following statistics have been compiled: Famlilifs Cnrzznllies Ilontjoy . illcHaney Roberts iliunkyl Harrison liryant . . lfverett " , Gwiii liwin . . Hayes " , Hicks lloye . . . Cook 'liom lllatkins . Hicks flee 411.9 . Cossat' U . llloore kYi'iL'l'I'1ll . Carpenter ' . . Hall lfloyd . . Pigford H lllorgan lford . . Darden . Sartin Gillespie . . Adams y . Dowd Sturdivant liordeanx Cousins . . Herbert-Doyvd hlcliee . Holcomb Price . ...... Ford Dyer . . Fulton lllarren . . llall-lVitty-lfloyd lVatson . . . . Stevens YOUNG IMMCJRTALS blany, many years ago, but not so many as he would have you believe, there was born in the city of whatever his birthplace is a living, breathing, kicking, squirming thing. The doctors called it at boy. The parents called it V. Cato. And not far distant in another hamlet which God also forgot long enough to let it happen, another set of parents was naming another one of Ole bliss' powerhouses in its embryonic state. This Bingham Duncan. C'Iihe names are inserted so that Duncan and Cato will know who it is about. You see, they do not think the same things that we do.l They are of the intelligentsaiah, my deah! Both of the boys are possessed of Van- derbilt pasts and proud of it. Vanderbilt is also proud of it. fQuote, Duncan and Cato.l 'I'hev sav that when Cato first cast an all-seeing eye on the Ole Miss campus, he washed and greased the old minuet, had his tango polished, and proceeded to invade the gym dance. Girls tell on all sides lgirls don't have but two sides, you cluckll because the Ole Miss girls have very weak ankles and their tangos are not always polished! Madly, wantonly, he went first from one then second to another and finally settled upon an inclusive program which took in about four stickers in one sorority. Never had life seemed so bright for any four girls, until one night they found out it was the lighting fixtures and not Cato's synthetic intellectuality that had so blinded them. Fastly, ignobly, the one-and-only thank God Cato found himself relegated to the ranks of any other ordinary student. He has since proven himself most proficient in helping Mrs. Duncan manage the dormitory. And as for Duncan, he is too secretive, sly, subtle, and so forth, and we are too discreet and alliterative to search the inmost secrets of his heart. Vile only know that he walks around with a l've-got-uh-secret expression on his face and that those fortunate few have been able to in- veigle him into an explanation have always been disappointed. The school feels that these two deserving tVVhat?l young men are entitled to mention in the annual. Yea, even to the point of having a page dedicated to them. lt is hoped that they will forgive us for writing on it. Vile would not like to have a virgin page. VVould you, Duncan and Cato? Vllhich one of you always contended that virgins were born not made? Note: VVe, the Tri Delta's, do heartily resent your attitude, Cato, and if you don't watch your step, we will withdraw our bid and then where will you go, because the Chi Omegzfs al- ready know you have promised us? 0 PAGE I98 0 PAGE I99 Dance Ili-i' lit-art just w:isn't in it, IR-rlizips shi- wus gf-tting ulilg Duiict- ilo--1' 'Alina-s" su nziivv, Ui' i-lsw tli--y'd all hi-1-n tulfl, A your mulu-s suvh :1 iliffe-I'4'IlL'1'. Juan shnulil lu-uw' Iiuw- vuim- lruvli! s Silt- ought to try tu uflzii-t lie-rse-lf: She suiiu-liuw lzufki-il the- lilizivk. XVhiIr- uutsiili- frwun thf- irunr in-rvli A i,-iiiii--t-Vaiiiit-l strut-lc thf- :iii', llii-lmiwl wzitvlu-il it whili- it sziili-tl, 'l'hi-n gi-stiiiw-rl in Ilt'SlD1lll' ..., Uh! Ili-'tl gg., in :incl ilunw- iiiiigi- nmiw- lic-11-l'v inte,-rinissinn -'aim-g llis 1-yi-s we-ru H-ininisi-iust, The st-li--ul just wzisn't thi- same! . S--int-lluw shi- ilailim--l right lIllSl him, 'Twzis snini-tliing' in ht-i' styli-3 Anil shi- 1-4-ul1ln't sw-in tu hi-lp it. Tu sniili- hu'-k wh--n lu- sniilt-il. Intii,-illu-tirins uv:-13 Thi-3' wr-ref lIfllH'ill?l' n+-:ir the ilwlurl XYQ-rv thx-rv sm-rinlls ulljvftllills To thi,-ii' li-uvim.: the mlziiiu- ilu--ri' Thi-n :ill tliruugh iiit--riiiissii-ii A win-ld thi-y uwni-il zipzirtq Joan :intl 1il4'llill'll lu-twt---II the-in svn-ln:-il 'Pwn nurts 1-1' just une- lu-airt. Thi-y tilllti-il zilmut limi' :laul the-y we-rv Thi-y'il vuiin- I-uvk ilu' thi- 112llllPQ Els-- lfiiti- wuulil liuxw- vw-r lu-lit tht' l.il'c would in-vi-1' lmvi- hee-ii the sz Thi- tim,-s, thi- ni--nn, tht- musiwl- All in llIll'lllliIly with the- twug N0 lun- hziil "Yr-r lu-i-n Su ri-all, SU Slltlilvll, Xmft SO Irllvl Thi- ninoii pluyeil lights on he-r sutin In truth. shw- lm-ki--l ai f.2UL't'll--' llvi' huir zi hzilu uf spun guhl,- Such bt-uuty lu,-'d ni-vi-i' sm-11. . Thi-ii' e-yo-s wx-rv iilli-il with l'0l'll2llll'L', Ellfli Swull' lay sI:lI'S ZIIIUVV. Nm-itln-i' hzul IR-lt this wuy lm-twin-, 'Twins truly sw--i-te-st lun- .... Thi-y i-vi-n tullc--ml ol' future- plzinsg Shi-'d wuit ini' him Iwo ye-airs: His arm wus clusu :'ii'i-unfl he-r, Thi-ii' oy--5 wen- iilli-il with tears. . r 4- 1 "1Inm1-, Swi-vt Hunu-" --:iinc dimly Floating' frum within: The-y sarlly kiss--tl th--ii' lu-:nits uwny He-'il L-ull fur her ut ti,-n. -r ni -or Alzirin 1,-lui-li svn---aiiiiiiig in llt'l' vars! Sluli- niuk---up nn hi-i' fill'P1 Thi- niiri-ur tr-lil he-1' not to try T0 kt-up up this i-ullf-giutv I'Hll'PQ Oh yt-s, sht- suilili-nly 1'--iiit-iiilu-iw-il, Anal she- trie,-al to l'0l'1,'+' an grin. Ririhuril wus ifuluillsi by to say Gomlbyu at tr-u. He-i' fl'1lV0l1l1lL' du-ss was wi-iulaln-d, But their wusn't tiini- tn pn-ssg m uiuurt imi-! ELUNVII, Team Ri:-lixiril wuulfln't in-tif-v thritf She- wus sorry, mmm- thv- lv-ss. Shi- j'2lXYlll'd whilt- l'--iw-ing: nn hi-r hut, St-1111-lu-il fur lri--lt's frut pin, Shi- :grew l'r:inti-' :it nut lin-ling it! Why. lie-nl hi- hy :it tx-nf . . . Thi- tlmwl-i-ll ning 1-ut 1-ulillyl YQ-s. llii-li wus tluwiistziii-s nuwf Thi- i'i'iit--rliity pin uns stil! um-,-und. liut ln- nuuliIu't rziisi- u iwiw. . . Uh we-ll, slit-'il f-xlilziin the- wziy it wus, lit-'ul sun-ly unti--i'stzini,l, A lixiiifllu-rf-liu-1' hi-'il le-it with he-r XV:is tu-:km-tl ull in hi-r llllllll .... Sluwly shu mlm-si'--inl--cl, 'I'h+- lust Irlll :ilmiist niziili- hi-i' ww-pl She wulkwl int-i thi- pnrlul' Anil iuuntl Iiii-liuiwl sf-unil :isl--4-ii! si-111+-lmw ln- lu--in-il so 1lit'ti-i---nt- 'I'hi- tlmuglit sw--pt h--i' like- :i w:iV1'. Sha- 4-los---1 llvl' i-5'--s unil thought ut' him In tlu- in-mnliglit-XVITll u shux'--. . . 11 si-4-nu-il sh--'d just I-i-vn mliw-:iining', UI' huw liuppy slu- hziil lu-i-ng IH-i'hzi11s it wnuliln't s--1-in this wuy It' only it Wm-ri-n't tr-nl .I1-uu tluiught sh--'il lu-ttf-r wnkt- him up, To lla-ill' his Yninw- IIll4'uf liiulv. She lungvd tu think :is shi- hull thuught Last night un thi- ilainvi- lluui' .... But Iirst shi- stuffs-il his liuiullt--1'--lii--1' Into his 4'lt'llK'llt'd fist, S0l'l1t'llUXY she- fvlt this ge-stui'-- Mi-:int suniething thu! ln- niissi-tl. . Sudilvnly hi- must-il himst-l1', Sziw Juan standing tht-ri-, It Sl't'lllt'1l lhiit slit' llllllivll Su 4lll'f4'I'vllt XYithout gulil in ln,-1' huir. Ile: 1'--lt siiinn-tliing cw-lil in his liaintl, Anil tht-n he si-invlmw lcni-w, 'Twais his lizit I-in sho wus giving hzii-lc, lli- sun' that she wus thi'-rush. . . Uh wi-Il, thi-re was ni-thing ln- i-uulil suy Tn 1-linngv hi-i' tivlili- ln-nrt: Tht- inuun. the stars, thi- musii-7 find ln-mill till- guild 11 514111, Thi-y lmth lunlci-il ilittt-rf-nt now In vlr-tht-s nl' eva-ry iluyg The-y still felt smne-tliing 1'--r lust night, But it si-1-int-il su fill' aw:-ly. , . .lil-un lofilci-il :lt Dil-lc Anil tht-u shi- saw, The moon hnil inzult- IIUIK I-'i-ffl luvt-'s uw--, . . . Ilivlixiiil uwkwairilly wish--il lu-i' liai-ily iluy, Tu the- pin ht-'d 1-all no att--uti--nz Pt1l'll2llPS Juzin thought this thi- kinili-st way, To ri-turn it withmit in--ntii-ng Thi-y bluntly stuiniiiviw-il whait fun it hud bei- Tii liimw 1-ru-h I'-tin'-i' lit-in-, Allll lPl'l'llHIDS tlltigli Sm- L-114-11 i-thi-1' figgiin' Be-I'-'aim Hnini--Cuining ni-xt ye-ur. . . Th--n hi- wus sz--no iinil shi- sighiwl- XVni'k aguin re-al soung They lmth tliuiil-:ml Grail :intl 4-urs'-d The dt-C-fit uf thi- moi-n ,... WANDERINGS TO WARD The fellow had warned me, but the proverbial grapes of untried adventure served to bring out the fox latent in us all. Therefore, it was with considerable exhilaration of the cardiac vessel and the required dime in my pockets that I sallied forth. "XYe guarantee you," an experienced old duck had predicted, "that the trip will mystify you: and that you won't be able to do anything about it any more than we are." "You just wait," this snarl from me-and the courage commonly attributed to the apparently doomed soul in a crisis came to my aid and directed my footsteps toward the building in question. lr was dusk and the fading sunlight was fast yielding the possession of the campus to the bright and friendly beams of the patron goddess of gold-diggers, Luna by name. Strange to say, intuition, a quality we men relinquished in company with the ancient rib, came to my aid. I dug my hand in my pocket for a nickel, and prompted me to telephone the place whither I was bound. Long and loud the telephone rang. No answer-again the operator tried-no answer. After thirty minutes a long hand- kerchief was called into use to absorb the cold perspiration which had gathered on my forehead. A vague hint of the "mystery element" of the bet entered my mind, but was as quickly dispersed. Tired but determined, I once more started out for my destination. The telephone call worried me, and made me all the more resolved to get at the bottom of the mystery. Arriving at the door I knocked timidly-once, then again. Far away a faint voice was heard. I thought I detected voices. No one came. Again I knocked- this time louder. The same rumbling continued. This in itself encouraged meg so for the third time I banged on the door. No answer. For a moment I pondered the advisability of trying the telephone once more-that would take so much time, though. Trembling, I turned the knob. The door opened easily and I found myself in a dimly- lit hall way. Dark velvet curtains were directly in front of me. On my right was an opening, evidently leading into another room. Should I enter? I'd try once more for an answer to my calling. "I say there," I hollered, "is anybody here ?" But there was no answer. Frankly I was mystified-completely-and had fully decided to pay off for losing my bet. After settling upon this point, I determined to arrive at some conclusion. The dark- ness to my right seemed a probable clue. Slowly advancing into the darkness, I stumbled upon something! It was a man's foot! The foot of a human being. For a moment I was unable to move-so confident was I that I was in the presence of a corpse. Gathering courage, I felt about to locate the region of the man's heart. It was beating! Pcihaps he has fainted, thought I. Shaking him violently, I finally heard him mutter. 0 PAGE 200 "lVt'll, itls about fllI1ClH lu ll momcut l1C took m my p1'csc11t'C. l YClltlllAL'Kl t "Arc you okcy, ol1l m:m?'l , "Okcy?" lm ccl1oc1l. 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FII .W ll rf, 'II 56,65 B9 XMAS!-P0069 pmeAcHer2., we 9or.e's blsuop fi Pope ON HIM X 1848 1933 UNIVER ITY of MISSISSIPPI r.I1HE I.vNIVIiRSI'I'Y CO.XIPRIiHIiNI3S Nixu Ilivisioxs As I'IOl.I,UVS'SZ The College ofLibe'r1zl ilrts, founded in 1848, embracing work in more than twenty departments Ieading to the HA. degree, Thr School of I.tI'lL', founded in 1854, offering a course requiring three years for completiong The School of Ezzgizzwrizzy, founded in 19410, covering four years of a standard engineering course: ' Thr Srhool of Ellllfllfiflll, founded in 19o3, meeting the needs of all who intend to teach in the schools of the State: The School of IIIf'1Iil'ilI!', founded in 19113, providing a thorough course of two years, constituting the first two of the usuaI four years in Kledicineg The School of PllIl!'llIIllA.1', founded in 1908, offering a three-year course leading to the degree of "Pharmaceutical Chemist," and a four-year course Ieading to the degree B.8. in Pharmacyg The School of C'0lIllllt'!'t't' 111111 BIISTIIFSS' i'I1IllIillTXfI'llfi0II, founded in 1917, offering a four-year course leading to the degree of HS. in Com- merceg The Graflzulle School, organized in 1927, offering work leading to the ILA. and 31.8. degreesg And a Difvision o If'11i1'w'sit ' Extmsiozz offerinv corresvondence courses J D I and class work. The Iocation of the Ifniyersity is unsurpassed in point of heaIthfuIness and beauty. Equipment, buildings, and grounds, prior to 1928, valued at f21,9oo,oou. Appropriation of S1,6ou,ooo by the 1928 Legislature for new buildings and other permanent improvements makes a total yaluation of :53,5oo,ooo. Expenses are very moderate. Ivrite for catalogue. THE UNIVERSITY OF MISSISSIPPI THE SUMMER SESSION June 5 to August 4, 1933 W Courses Will Bc Given in Most of the Departments of the COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS LAW COURSES Will Be Qfferecl W Special Emphasis Will Ba Given in Courses in Education and Gracluate Work V Boarcling Hall ancl Dormitories Open For Bulletin and Other Information, Address THE DIRECTOR SUMMER SESSION UNIVERSITY, MISSISSIPPI COMPLIMENTS OF COMPLIMENTS of Neill Jewelry EQ? Frazier and Coers Gift Shop B00k5f07'6 OXFORD, Mississippi COMPLIEVIENTS Compliments o OF CITY CLEANERS Chiltons Drug PHONE 22 "WE KNOW HOW" Stale Gas Is Feelmlel Well Dressed College Men prefer Fresh Gas Packs Power "NEEDLE-MOLDED" gfowfalclllll. gffsstaflgill iiiiilfli -power decreases. Stale gas becomes Designed and Produced By The Globe Tailoring Company CINCINNATI Campus Representatives ALEX LOEB, Inc. CARL COERS, Marrager stickier, too-has a greater tend to foul valves and carburetor. And is r k k more ap to noc . GET THAT Good Gasoline Gulf Refining Co. ency 51- ALWA YS fi SQSPT TQQTTE. xx I-' ' L+ '-1 OQWJ QV I P2 I . If I1 f.- Omg Lj fill Oxford Y - 4""f I 7" D d bl Institution I ' Mjrfltarzlnadisi, of Lofxg E X IQ. X Zu!! Standing X f- l A ' 45' l L . T Q A K ' p gn I , I f W f X 'farm- X I I , . - A X , N OBBS HATS ENRO SHIRTS HICKOK BELTS FLORSHEIM SHOES CLOTHING TAILORED TO MEASURE BY KA H N TAILORING COMPANY THE J. E. NEILSON Co. OXFORD, MISSISSIPPI SERVICE AND QUALITY FOR OLE MISS STUDENTS I Smart Clothing. Haberdashery. Hats and Footwear For partfcular College Men Alex Loeb, Inc Hon the Campus" Clothes Made to Measure By M. Moses E3 Sons Globe Tailoring Co CA RI. COERS, Manager UNDERWOOD PORTABLES SOLD ON TIME COMPLIMENTS OF OLE MISS DRY CLEANERS Altering and Repairing Cleaning and Pressing Phone 390 COMPLIMENTS OF Utes Auto Co. OXFORD, MISS. "Growing lVilh lllississippf' OXFORD. EAGLE ENGRAVING, EMBOSSING Kirlcpatriclc Coal Company Miriers and Shippers of PRINTING , DIPLOMAS, INVITATIONS, H'gh Gfadf Steam and STATIONERY Domestic Coals Hwluf Business Apprecialedn MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE Kelly? Dairy Milk Delivered to Your Room M. MOSES fs? SON "Once Your Tailor, Always Your Twice Daily Tailor!! Phone 530 BALTIMORE J B Authentic Style and Fit Guaranteed Proprietor Authorized Dealer T. ALEX. LOEB, Inc. University, Miss. fs I I 5 J! I Nm COMPLIMENTS OF 'E 7" S 4 , , L 1 X -1 l " 'A R . I 3 Wg ' r - ' - l X s " Y V S. , . - . 001 S,,,,io1""'c gow' Q NH W Q- ,ginntfluveoi fo b,Ix,Twn'S' ' O MC' -49 C YONRBXX' lil " tc " R oi wk- K I 1 I , l ' , wlx-New: qxxivmcllxxl xl Mgmt l I ' X .I vnu' 1Y.,..w'U Q ' sms-f-'1"' f , X My s,vl""'e ,f . . gil veeng. ,Y " - -vo' ' yl ls ' f' Nsalllx 0 ? 's 0 J f M 4 e 10K ROWLAND DRUG COMPANY ,, Remember This About The Nlarvel Flower Shop MRS. J. 0. RAMEY, Prop. We Buy Nothing But the Best QUICK DELIVERY PHONE ss f f ' ., Hams ,YA 0 Bacon COMPLIMENTS Sausage of Wm-W Abraham Bros. Packing Co. Memphis, Tenn. Boles sho. shop 401 Jackson Avenue Phone 89 W. R. BOLES, Proprietor COMPLIMENTS OF MILLER'S CASH STORE W. M. MILLER, Proprietor Phone 482 Gathright- Reed Drug Co. The Rexall Store Trusted Thousands of Tim Each Year" OXFORD. MISSISSIPPI CS Mrs. Harkin! Boarding House Where Good FVIQTICJS Meet Ole Miss Flood ATLANTA-SOUTHERN DENTAL COLLEGE .KIIIIIIIIL Us-orgrin Four-Year Course, Leading to the ff ' D.D.S. Degree Exclllslyc Soda Ne-xx l'oIla-ge IKIIIIIIIIIIIN. Nlmlc-rn Idquip- - - n llll' I Amlll- l'Iil"ll I"a"l'i". ll' I I Fowilam Svrwfv H-....-, 0. -..' n..-'lEI.m.- I-IJ.-Ii.TI Q" If trxuu-1 If1'lllIil'l'llN'll'h One Year fi I lege Work. J. LONG, Proprictor Session Opens October First Ifnr Uxllauloyzm- und lnfurmntion W I llXl,I'Il ll. BYRNICS, ILILS.. I' if D hmm Service Station 425 South Lamar Gas. Oil. Xvashing, Greasing. punctures 2 Miles Free Road Service Phone 565 The Ole Shack Regular Meals Short Orders .Soft Drinks CIGARS AND CIGARETTES Private Dining Room Not Too Large To Appreciate flue Smallest Order C. TOOF CO. PRINTERS LITHOCRAPHFRS STATION!-IRS OFFICE ULTFITTFRS GOLF, TENNIS AND ALL ATHLETIC SUPPLIES Diamond Edge Tools and Cutlery PORTER HARDWARE CO. Phone 183 Oxford, Miss. HANEY CHEVROLET COMPANY Phone I 10 .Sales fQHgYBQLETf .Servfce CHEVROLET AND OLDSMOBILE PARTS AND ACCESSORIES Wrecker Service SEE THE NEW CHEVROLET RADIO BUFFALOES CAFE 53 YEARS OF CONTINUOUS SERVICE 0 We Cater to the Hungry Man H. D. WEBSTER COMPANY. Inc. DEPARTMENT STORE Style and Quality Without Extravagancc Phone 170 OXFORD, MISSISSIPPI 'I' HAMILTON-BROXVN Q Storrs-Schaeffer MAKERS OF AND American Lady Hart. Sclualiiner ancl and Marx Clothes American Gentlemen Stetsfm Hats Shoes Wilson Bros. Haberdashery BRING MOTHER, DAD, OR THE DATE TO DINNER AT THE PALACE CAFE Prices Reasonable VARIED MENU OXFORD, MISS. Philco NO. of ig ' B '5., Q3 At 519.95 , ffiif .4 'W if The Most Appropri- Qi ate Radio for College 6 Fagan is vi ws. , Y-5.1 Cabell Electric Oxford 5, Most jn ll Qi' sy W Company Notorious fn 'A wg fi g i l Jackson, Mississippi SEE You IN EGYPT Distributors I-IOME OF RADIO STATION VUMC C,,,,,,,1i,,,e,,,, gf FREE PARKING IN GARAGE ROBERT X. CBOBD 4 5 WILLIAMS. JR. W HERE OLE Class of 1921 MISS MEN MEET IN MEMPHIS Riff? A HOTEL W 1 59.00 Baitllzl , N I 31-D0 Bjfli i C. C. CARTWRIGHT Marzager Owner and Marzager LYRIC THEATRE Oxford, Mississippi L 'e of the,Famous' Hotels of the South. SOUTHERN COAL COMPANY COAL AND COKE MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE Combliments of MRS. J. W. WALKERS BOARDING HOUSE TELEPHONE 374 202 UNIVERSITY AVENUE DE M ULDER'S STUDIO M ississippfs Elite Photographers MERIDIAN, MISSISSIPPI Qjjicial Photographer for 1933 Ole Miss CONVENIENCE! SERVICE! SKILL! Food Prepared As Only Long Experience Can Dictate. Everyone Eats With Tom and Spiro! They Know How! SANDWICHES, SHORT ORDERS REGULAR MEALS-MEAL TICKETS UNIVERSITY SANDWICH SHOP "On the Campus" ABox0 Our Flowers Always Thrills Her OXFORD FLORAL CO. Phone 500 OXFORD, MISS. You will fnd dancing, QLE TAXI dinners and diferent di- Inc versions deliglvtful at CARS FOR RENT 0 THE TEA HOUND R' L' SM,'32,'yXfZ0D JR THIS BOOK PRINTED BY ...... 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