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UNIVERSITY 06' BY LIBRARY UF l"'!f 5 3 ul . THIS BOOK MUST BE USED IN We Mmwqyfu QCQIQQQZZCWL Q7 giwpffffv, 5,..fVaz-V ffe sf wif 7774-1 PYRIGHT, 19 T. ARNY RHODEN EDITOR WM . J . PY LE Business MANAGER i I J? IQ W 'SY 1 . ISS A YEAR BOCDK VOLUME XXXVIII PUBLISHED BY THE SENIOR CLASSES UNIVERSITY OF MISSISSIPPI UNIVERSITY, MISSISSIPPI IZCDQEWGRD II E IN THE OOIVIINO YEARS YOU PAUSE FOR RETROSPECTION OF THE HAPPY DAYS SPENT AMONG THE SCENES HERE POR- TRAYED AND IN PLEASANT ASSOCIATION WITH THOSE STUDENTS WHOSE PICTURES ARE PRESENTED IN THE FOLLOWING PAGES, AND IF, IN SUCH RETROSPEOTION, THIS BOOK WILL AID IN BRINGING BACK POND REMEMBRANCES OF OLE MISS AND THOSE HARD YET HAPPY DAYS SPENT HERE, THEN THE STAFF WILL HAVE ACHIEVED 1 1 1 ITS PURPOSE. 1 1 1 SEP 8 1954 CONTENTS ADMINISTRATION f f BOOK ONE THE CLASSES f f f BOOK TWO ORGANIZATIONS f BOOK THREE ATHLETICS ffff BOOK FOUR FEATURES f f f f BOOK FIVE f I . x,.N 'Y' .il ,-1' ' ' 4 DICATION Q Jo RICHARD MALCOLM GUESS FOR HIS SYMPATHETIC UNDERSTANDING OF STUDENT PROBLEMS AND FOR THOSE OUALITIES WHICH MAKE HIM THE FRIEND AND COUNSELOR OF EVERY STUDENT OF THE UNIVERSITY, THE I934 OLE MISS IS f RESPECTFULLY DEDICATED f , !f,v,lA-X W I In IDPIHUITEIIIT Hallllifllll QZLJIIIIIUIP IgI'1IflP 31 11 llllldfll H 1911 4Frl1r11arn 111 1934 Sun nf 1la111rn lnarlr Uruhr 111' dll 111111 1H1llrr Ernhr uf funnru Khan o 7 . 1. 0 , U h 0 . z ' , ' 1541111121 Alplpu Epnilnn 3Frntrrl1ityIJlrhgr f Q z 1 . f . 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QQ! . 224 ,NY Y ...nm V CLASS PRESIDENTS Q filftlkfllf XV. l'3ll.Iau . . . . Sfhnol of 1,i!lt'IYlf ,lrh ULN A. ill lmzk . . . , l,7't.5illtI1f of Lara' Srllonf VliHrJXI.XS IM NY . .... Sbllfmf of .114'1fi1'Il1f' Lil.Il"l'4mX' 'IQYNI-.S . . . . S1 hoo! of f,'0llI1lH'7'l't' Tux! PlNKliR'I'HY . . . . Sflzoof of l,lIlll'll1fll'j' XYll,l,l ul 'liRlXlHl.If . . . . Sflmnl of flzzqizzfwizzg SIIPNVX KIM .... .... . N'1lwoInf Lara' 0 PAGE 24 0 GRADUATE SCHOCL A. T. BRILEY, IVLA., Corinth .X T A Student Assistant in History. 53 Assistant Busiiitms Xlaiiztge-1'1tlfH "Ula Miss"3 Monitor. 33 E-litoi' "Ulu Miss Alumni Nvwsf' 4. 3: "Mississippi:in" Sturt, lie-portwr. 1. Assm.-inte Ewliti-r, 3 Ntlws Editor, 3. Emiitoi'-in-Cliivr. 43 Associate- Editor 13431 "M" lioolcg Ellitoi'-in-4.'lii+'l' 11132 "M" Buck. Assistant Euiitul' Latin I'zt1wi', 21 A. S. B. Exe-ctitive Voun--il, 41 M. O. A. K. S., 43 lilue K-Ay Frztlt-rnity. LL, 4. Sit-i'et:1ry. il. Tiwtstiiw-t', 43 Cabinet 1, 2, Il. 43 HY" Building 4.'ommitti-11, 41 I'lii Sigllla Literary Sm-ie-U'. 1, 2 4. Ser-rt-tary, 1, Yivw- President. 23 Latin Vlul-3 "Iii-iliiial Nlulv, 33 Intt-r-l'i':i- te-rnity Cntinfiil R. 43 Inter-fratt-riiity Inirif.-Q Vommit- tee. 3, 43 Sturlt-nt Dzimft- Viillllllllive-, -l: lnti-rnation:il Rc-lations Club 2. 33 1'linii'man St-nioi' llnnct- Vomniit- tt-9, 13 Grzuluute- Vlulv. 53 BMX. lw:'l'ee, TCSS, JAMES A. CARPENTER, MA., Flevelantl fb .X 6 Qi.-XRLAND Wn,s0x HEARD, M.S.E., Oxford .X 'P li B.S.E.. 'ZI33 Ole Miss Musivzil iflulih 1, I. 21, 43 Hli- Miss Band. 1, 2, 3, -I: Enginei.-ring Vluli, 1. 3. fl, lg St-viw-- tary Dvltu Phi Eijvsilun. 43 Vim--Pl'i-siile-lit Flaws. 213 President Flaw. 43 Honor 1'1-nnvil in P:ll2illPt'l'ill5l Svhfiirl, 3. 4. S.-XMIQEI. Ii. Hiikkox, JR., MA., Durant K I Assistant in llistory In-pzirtinviirg Hvi'mi-1111 1.itvr:1iy SUI'i9lyQ "The Mississippian." 1. 3. Il, 43 Sports Eclituir. 1 2, Mnmixinq Iiriitor, Il. Busint-ss Mziinigvr "'l'lit'- Mis- sissil'l'ian." 4: S+-nior Vziliint-l. 4, 5: Stud:-nt Danm- Cornmitte-Q-, 3, l, St-vi'i1tz1I'y. -l3 Annual Stuff. 33 Finance Vommittem-. Il, 43 Kfilllllllli livin'--st-iitzitiw-, "Mvmphis Pi-4-ss S1-iinitzi1"'3 Dorliiitory' Monitor. -1, G: Member tliuduzitl- Vlulig X'ii'v-lf'1-irsiilwiit Mvnipliis Ulu Miss Alumni Assol-iation3 Iiitf-riiatioiiul I-it-lations Vlulii Latin Vluli. 1, 23 Hint' Ke-y Fiztti-rnity. TlIOM.AS GARNER JAMES, MA., Gulfport Sigma Vpsilong Phi Eta Signing Tau Kappa Alliling But- Keyg Ginwltizttw Fe-llow in llistoryg Stull:-nt As- sistant in Span-vli: l'l'l'S1llt'l1l Int:-rnzitionail ll--lations Club. '32g Pre-sitll-nt Ileinit-sm Iiitwrwiiq' Slivie-ty, 'illi Gym Dun'-it l'on1mitte+-3 llonor Iioll3 4'Il1YillPl1 Prwsisle-nt. Intei'f-olleginto In-liatv Vi-un--il. '3:t!: Primi- tlu-nt, Tau Hamm :xillhflj Illioili-s Svliolui' Vsuiiliilziti-, LOUISE Love, MA., Yazoo City X Q RICHARD Ai,i:iik'i' MILLER, MA., Drrw Il K fb Grziduatz- Cluh3 Gradtizite Ve-llowxliip in Mzitlwinntivsi 'I'i'e-:isuiw-r Vlztss, 4. RALPH JAMES Mi'rCnm,i., M.A., Gloust--ter, Nlnw. 'If TI 'I' Phi Sigma. 13 Boxing. 33 liitwi'l'l'zit+-1'ii1ty Ihiiim- Coin- mitteca. 3, 41 1nte1'l'r:itv.-rnity ijounvil, 33 .Xnnuul Steiff. 33 Editr.1r-in-ifhivf 1932 "UIQ Missug Latin Vluli, 1. 2, 3. 43 Grzuluate- Vlub, 53 Newman Vlulv, 1. 3, II. 43 ll Apacllf? Educzition C'luh3 Vox StatT, 1, 2. 3 4. ful Chair- man Mvmorial Vomniittei-, -13 Sf-nior Iiivitfitioiis C0111- mittere. 43 Intramural Basketball, R3 HA.. 'IEI3 Grud- uate Assistant. Spanish, 5. " - -A ' - .. -:.mz:rf' .. 4 bf-IN A . Y - 0 PAGE 25 0 i "'..,9'6" 9 GRADUATE SCHOOL l.l'.Rm' S. PIZARCE, M.S., Falkner .Xssixtunt Vlnss Editor of "UIQ Miss", "Y" hIt'lllllf'l'. Wii.i,i.fiM J. PYLE, M.A., Iuka 3"'5 A 'I' SJ Vzirtlinzil Vluh, 2: Inuit-0 tjtmiiiiittt-0, T45 ,llfi'!'fl'Zl1l'l'Ilifj Ivznif-v 4'11inn1ittf-v, 35 lnte-Hrziternity l'nunf:il, 3, 4, Iiuntl. I. 2, 25, -1, 5: Busint-ss Marizigvr "Ulu Miss Alum- ni Nt-ws," I, 33 Business Maximizer 1934 "Ula Misa' 53 lmrinitnry tfuiiiiw,-il. 53 Phi Sigma, 1, 2, 3, 41 "Y' t':ibin4-t, 3, I, 53 liitvrtizlte-rility Rule-s fjuiiiniittf-cg Sun- ior tininmitteo. nf B-RN TS?" 411' Sufi' Borer: RANDLE, M.A., Blue Springs Studi-nt Gradvr, 5, tjn-puhlisht-r Student I,PirtAr:t1ll'y. 4 5, lfheniistry Vluhg HY" Building rjuiiiiiiittve, 5. MAME Ckrrz SMITH, M.A., VVest Point X S! - . , i -, v .-, . Latin 4 lub, M, b. 1. XX., 1, -. .+L 4. -Linus V. 'l'RussEi.i., M.A., Vniversiry tvnniiiittmf nn Public SUl'X'if't'S, Wixxiu Bmw 'I'RUSSEI.I., M.A., Vniversiry Acxiis CALHOUN 'I'RlJs'n', M.A., Grenada X33 : 1'-.lub . 'zu it 'Lal V g A ff i t W. . 0 PAGE 26 0 I'In Ifltn Signing Assistant in t'hs-niistryg Honor Rollg Hrzuluzitf- Assistant in 1'l1c-mistry, '32, 'ERQ Graduate 'l'ea,f'hing Assistant in 1.'ht-mistry, '33, '3-1. IINHOMAS ARM' RHODEN, M.A., Columbia li. S. lf, Vnuncil, 3, 4, l'rQsidvnt, 33 Czihiiim-t, 1. 2, Vit-Q--P1'vsi1le-lit Flass. 3: Phi Sigma, Vlziss Eflitm 11033 "filo Miss"g Editor-in-Chivf 1934 "Ulu Miss": Mt-nilwr of Ivohating Twain. '31-'32, '32-'33, Yi00-Prvsi- fli-nt A. S. 12,3 I'2xw'utive Count-ilg Senior ljzibint-tg l l l-l I, a JOHN Elm:-lun Arnklncr, BA., Winona Il K A "BIississippi:u1" Stuff l. 3 IT, l. llvln-1't-A11 I, .Xssiftzlm w'u'1'ul:1ti1m fklzllliltvl, 2, 4'i1--ulutl--n Blrmzmuwr. 21. AN- snstunt Busan:-ss Nlzxnnz--r, lg Il.-um-gm l,i!--mxx' Syr- 1'ivi3', l, I, Il, 4 llv11nl'Iu-I1 1. S4-1'l'Q-Ii1l'3'. I. Yl'n--l'l'u'Xl- ll.-nt, 34, I'1+si4ln-nt, 41 ,Xvtixilil-S lillilnr HM" Ilfmlg, IZ. Ilxtr-r'v1vllPLi:ntv Iltllillllll '1'1':xm, I 21, lg lie-mu-Qvlllzltnx-l M. I. ll A, Vnntvst Zig S1-ninr 'VLIIPIIIVYQ .Xlllllllll Staff, '11 11m-1'n:nti-nml lil-lntmfvns Vlulv, 2, ll, lp Tau Kappa Alpha. INIINNIE SAYLE B.uu:x', BA., Oalxlaml A A A 5. I,x'l,E BAIES, BA., Cluster II K A lvflftllllill "lub, 'UH-'filly H, I.. S.. '29-'30, CA'1'1lERxxE HELL, BA., Vniversity A A A Alpha I,u1nlv1la lwltag Taylor M1-flaul in X4-1.100 Ull- B MISS lgillldl Sfflllfvl' HY" Vulvillwf. GEURCE VV. Bunn, HA., I.umlmermn S--nifu' R..-X. PI'4'Qlll nt, V11-Q-AT'r.-sill.-11r 4.-mlm' HX LL'1.A Fmxcss lixr.I.Ixrr51.u', BA., Wim-nu Tumms C. Bmcxsrm, JR., ISA., I.e:u-m-ml fi' II fl' ROBERT M. BOL'RnEAL'x, JR., BA., Merirlixm 11: A Q "Mississippi:m" Stuff l, 2, 22, 41 lI:nn:u:i1n: l4I.ln!.ll', lj Businvss- NIHIHIQPI' "AI" Hlmkg Vallum-v: Irlr--111-qw 1.51-nny wuunflil, 33 Annual Staff, 1, 2. 223 Blflxmnl, 32, 'snrggeec :1ir.Iuf-. .. .1 . 1. 0 PAGE 27 0 2-vvvvc-2 Q lx V., 'U' 1' Q...- f'Q fl 'Q-up-v" 1 .v,,vv' :G SENIORS Mlxxxl-' l!111s'11111, ILA., Yawm City fl' Nl 11111111 D. Ifuuwx, li..-X., Si1l1111 l n n 1 , . , W Mlm- R15 g Vliilll lx:1pp:1 .Xlphzng Slillllil IIDSIIVIIII In-l1'1l , 141111 4111111111 l11sh111111 fill lllp, 'l'1-11111, l 1.1 S1-41'-. ' 111111 11 Xlwlznl 11 H111'1111-1111 l4lYl'I'1ll'j' Nm-ivtvg Slmlmmt Ivmu 1'11111111ilt1-1-. 3, Il, I3 I,:1l111 1'I11l1, 11 IIlll'!'l'l'Zlll'Ix Ilh fllvln, .I W 11111 fllllll'II, I, Zig 11111-1'11:1tin11:1l Il1'l:1t1-1 "X 1':1l1i111-tsg XYil1l11-1' 111111111 I'1'1z--, 2, lP1':1l11:11iv's, I W 1 "AH S, . 'ill' N0 M1-311115 C,'.x'1 les, l3.A., jz11'l1sn11 hl Illlill Stznflf 'SIL . g 1':1l11111-1 1, 2 i-Z, lg limlll 111 I 111111111141 " H1 11 Y" 1"1lril11l " 1 ' '1.L.- Zig ."l1l1 " 1 I. 1l.1i1.- l'1,1111141l, II, 'lg 'I'11.1s111-1-1' Y," '33-2141 As .,sI:1l1t VI11-1-1'l1-:11l1'l'. "'Zf'I1Z21 Hvzul "l11'vl'l+-ull:-l', 'I"i-'IH I.1x1z,1 i'1..11A1ox, BA., '1'11peIo l1liR'I'liX.X C'u111f, KA., Gulfport . -1 uptist Stu Nl H A. lx, N, Illl1'l'll'2ll4'l'lllIX V111 :hut l11i1111 f'-I111114iI, tg l11t1-1111111-Qizntef l5t'lI'lIIll,LZ 1121111 ' l'i1'I41'lf 'l'l11h "' Xrt I"1lit111 XIII .1, nf .--.. 4 1 I II1ww.x111m QL'1'lm1Ax IMVIS, B..-X., I:11li:111:l1 ' f 1 ual, -I. l1111l' 4.1l11111t 1, 2, 21, -1. K.x111.x111x1: D.11'1s, ISA., l'lliVt'I'SiKf A l' f.?":' ,Xlplm l,:1111lul:1 Ile-Itzug Pi Kzlmul Pig l':1l1i111-t, I . .Q ZZ. lg '1llll'll' Hull. 1. 2, Zig Tzlylnr M1-11:11 ill 1i11t:111y, I V11-1'-I'11-simle-111 Vi linppzx Pl. Zi, 1111-v Vluh, 23, 4: A4 1'4" sffvintn- Iflwlih-1' "M" Hunk. 41 x'il'l"I'l'l'Sillt'lll Alph: 4 Llllllllllil Dvltzl. 2. -'-nertj-1.5 ,- ' A . .Jg4m4C21r+f' 0 PAGE 28 0 SENIORS 1x 114 Greemuqxl 1 N S1111 lx 1 IXMOFCIL 111 1 11111 11 1111 1111411 1 1141 1111 511 1 11111111111 U51 XR S 110011-1 A 111111 1 111s N111111 Nm 1 x 11 x11r1111 Xnx 1 1411111 lll 1 N1111rIIN 1 1 I1 X fi 1X CIFORP1 A1111 I-R 11111111 SA 1 111 A H 111111 1 1111 1x1 11-1- l 1111111 1 111Ix1X11'1 X 119111 5 rn f A 11111 IQIINIINF B-X 1311.111 1 111 I1 s 1 ISP RTXIIIIIIIK1 11N 1 X, 1 1111 111 mx '-N1 Nllllll 1 N 111 -XNN1 tllll 111 uw I1 1 ll N 11111111 IJ14l1d1111 ' rllll ae 1sl111 11111 1 N 1 1 N 1111 l T11 f 11 1 15 xx1Nt1l1t ll 1 wx M1111 1 ll Mississimvi 1 11119311 1 P1118 Nm , ... 1111111 1 x ft QN11 11- 4132 1 11 0111101 4 ...- "N"!"-'V' 2 L 0 PAGE 29 0 O XV. E. Dnxzu. '.. ., 'f 1 I X Oi' ,liss .f 1 'Z1l. 1I1i,1i.' Dux.-11.1, 13.. ., r h z 1 X11 :1 1,:11111111:1 111-11113 S1--1'1l1'11'1' 111' I'11't'S1l11I211l F1111- ' 1, 'I11-T123 FIII1Il1 .'1- .I 1 ' 121111101 T12-T132 S1-I '1' 1'111i111-1, '33-'51-13 Gills' 11111 l'111l1 '212-'I1I1, 'SIS-'IHQ 1,1-,u,is1z1t11-- V111 'il 111' XX'11111v11's .' 1111-11t 1111- -- - , '111-'32, 'Z12-'I1I1. 1 1', B.. ., ' 11:1 V111 1C121 Sigma: Feiss' "z111." 1, Asp -':111- 1511111111 2 1'm111m.'i11r111 1111 'tl11', 213 As." "a - IC11i1111' " ' I 21: 1.11'1l2t1I11.l '1'1:1111. 1, 23 H ' -: , Z 21. 1111111111-11 2 - 23 I111'l'I12lT1f112l1 1l14I:1ti1111s f'l1111, 3, S13 "Y 121111111-1, 1, 3, Zig 1,:11i11 V11111, 1, 2, il 111-11111-11-1' 23 1ll Prix-, IL '1I214'1UI' M0111 111 11'.'111l1j', 2. '. .3 I NDI f' "W, 1..., 11111':1111'1lz1 Ir--511,-1 111' Ulm- Miss M1.'i '111 1'1u11g I4112l1I'1l1Z11l r-1' ll'1' f' 11111-n RU" 4 Q .1 ', Ii.: ., '. V' xp .11f,1 A 5 T115.. .1 + .',, ., "'-'111' M11 ' 2.112 1111.13 115, B.A., '11 M S 1'r1't:11'1' 811111111 Var '1'Z'. If11:11111:1C1' M.fXRQON 121.. ss ILA., Xxullllllil 111 A Q P14 1-11:1 1'11i1 '1'z111 Kz11111z1 .-111121 1111111 1' 1':11'11i11z1' l'1ll11, 21 "Mi,'."si', 1111" .'1:1, 11t'1hU1'11'1', 1, , .'J'.4: E 'lllI', 3, Ne- Clitw' I1 43 1111-11-11111-:i:1Iv 111-11z1t111' Tvzu , 1, 13, Zig .'t - ' ' ' 61111111-11, 2, 21. 1, 11111 Iivity RI' 11:1-1'. I Yi' -I'1'-." '111, 313 1-11111111-111-4'l1i1-1 "M" Il 1', 211 Vi-1--1'1'1-51111111 'lvilll 10111111 A111111 I 111,-1111-111 45 Ifn-shl 21 T111-I1 T1-11111 1: X':11'si1x T11111 .z11, 23 l'1l2l1l'I1l21I'l Extf-11si1111 1'11v11111it11f1- 1 111 te'-1'11:1ti111:11 IC111p11i11s '111, 3, 111 11111111 Ed' .13 'IKZ1 "Ula Mkt," 33 As: 1 I 1'f'1'11ll' " 11:1X'.I1'1l1I'l1211," 41 H1' , 111 'z .' -111112 1 7 R1 1" 25 Xl. 11. A. I', Sq Vi: 1-P11911-111 1111 1 1 4 I "', . -Q ,- it nl-n-QQ A-1 'Y' i'64 .4-A SENIORS Union Univ:-rfity, 1, 2, 3, lfiuxx Loi is lllmiuxs, B.A., Vaiden iX1.XRlnXNXli IIICKS, BA., Laurel All 4' E-N fr ,453 'U' 'S ..-1. W0-gr' "f Liuncil, '31, A. S. Ii. Conn- 1 wil, 'illg liuililing Vominittee, '34g Annual Staff, '33-'34, "Y," '33-34, Sonior "Y" Cabinet, '34, i':I,Bl,Rl Ilomzf, l5.A., Oxford ', 31 Svsnsilobizi Junior Cul- lege, 2. Uriviliz llousiox Homuxs, B.A., Hickory l"mitl':1ll, l, 3: Basuliaill, 2, 3: Basketball, 33 Senior Tiaili Alaiiziuflr, 4, 5g 1llll'l'fI'Z1ll!l'I'lltY tjounrril, 43 Vrilvim-t, 13, 3, 4g Annual Staff, 5. liuiix SHELL JACK, B.A., Houston l'i'i-sivlvnt Junior Class, 3: Assistant Baseball Mzinags-r. 1, Z1 Yzirsity Busifliall Manager, 3, 43 Reporter "Missis- iiiiiiin" 1, 2: Assoviato Editor of "Mississippian," 23: Vnlyilii-I, 1, if, 3, 45 HQI'Hll'2lll 1, 2, 3, 4g Class liilitoi' of Annual. 4: Monitor, 3. 43 Senior "Y" Cabinvt, lg InterI'rut.-riiity Council, 43 Chairman of Senior In- vitulion Cornnlittee, 4, Ai,iui'. D. joiixsox, B.A., Lexington 'lliniulxs I., Inxrvin, B.A., Eupora iii rf. -1. '- ,5 A-. '11 -,- 4.-. f, 0 PAGE 30 0 Yiiuzixix llxkkis, B.A., Baldwyn l SENIORS o TIIAD. C. LOCKARD, JR., B.A., Bailey 41439 ' Phi Eta Sigma: Pi Kappa Pig "Scribbl1-I's"1 Secretary of Sophomore "Y"g President Junior "Y"g SL-cI'etIII'y Senior "Y"3 Phi Eta Sigma Senior Sponsorg President of Pi Kappa Pi, 4, Blue Key: President of Interna- tional Relations Club, 2, "Mississippian" Staff, 13 Band. 1, 21 Mississippians Orchestra, 1, 2, 3, 45 Taiy- lor Medal in English, 2: Treasurer of Glee Club, 3, Secretary of Latin Club, 2. FLORA LOGAN, B.A., Malvina 41 M MARX' JANE LYLE, B.A., Louisville fb M Judson College, 1, 2, 3. JACK MCDII L, B A jackson 0 A lx HELEN FRANCES MCGOWAR BA Rosedale RUIH MCNEIL BA Chicago Ill E v WILLIAM MAGEE, B A Lombardv LADY MARY MARTIN B A Anguilla s c vs 8-P00 236, ,. 0 PAGE 3I 0 4 4 a, VN K A M. . . '. S. I7 Y V, . ., . X S2 N 1 - -y . , . K Z, .. 45 ' 'I . I ' -I l X 9 M. . . '., 1, 2, 3. , ' up I ' C 3' dt- 'vu'- .- rg-. 1' i SENIORS I XK'il,1.1.xM If. N10NlG0lN1liRY, ILA., Guodniani ' K .E 3. ag, Ili-rm:-gm Lit:-rzny Sm-ii-ty: Int:-rnautiunul lfl'I2lfillYlS 4 Vlllhl Svlliul' "Y"g .lunilrr Valvim-tg liusn-hzill, .'Xl,iRl-in Mrmkri, ILA., Hzntieslaurg ll K ,X ,afi- llrz I.:-:sux Ikirmkmx, ILA., lim Bona 4' 31. lx A mill:-Q. xV.XI.'H-LR Wlrsox lN1LrRP11m', ILA., Uxfrrd qi K .if lmting Vmullllvil. 4g Phi-mistry Assistant. '13 S1-nior "Y Ualvim,-t. Ruin MYERS, ILA., XVest Point Mun fu.-Xl'IlPlRINh Num., B.,-X., Oxford A .X A Annuzil Staff, 2, Zi. mxxlb NIORQLIBI B A Lexington i i 4 J X sis! in 1 ee Nu mniiwu un 0 Tu Q Ne 11 1 1 Nm nm! Ah x gf ' UIQ 'N ns Aqx stan! 'I we N 1-.N Tri.-nun: I islam 1 'n Penn mi i sq no rr 1 Irishman 11111 Night KUITITIIIUM Lu whitnifz aim SPI lefarx mise Pie-Q-idmnt R 'lm 3 lv 1 lmx Pl nment Kounl ll Intel ndtlolll 1 1 I itions L uh fr-1-'hi-.. . , ' 'T -- ' - 1' V v M .-L,.r-..,'..-ll. -f , "Y pf?" 0 PAGE 32 0 I7:.'." . .. ., ' V 'I' M lint.-i'ii:1tiwlml Hel: tifns 'lul, 3, 4: .V s.'.:z t 'h ll'- I.-.pnli-r 52, 43 .' ll ' '-'J i r Villlilli-'I, R: Wa.- ur:-r .' ni r Vzlinvt 33 ' ' V: init, 43 Avis .int l'n-Ed Ellitnr of 1.933 "' .I'.'."': , I intlltralplly Elliffbl' ol' 15434 " l .l'.'.""1 "S 0 Girls' film- Vinh, Jig Assistant Soriety Editor of "Mis- :issi1nlvi'nl1," 3, I1 I'l"."d1II if Ifa -H lll 42 Savv- tnry ai' .X. S. li, 4: In-gi.'lft" tfuniil, 43 4' : SI " ' ' --, 4. lE1',xl1x'lr,vrf Os'1nkMAN, ILA., 1: rel ,X X A, ii ll KI' Phi llllSll'y Vlnlvg I ' z A T1 , C " - j iii x'i.-.A-I'i-1-gulf-nu "Y"g II .1 7 - A - 1' ., 1 QW,- nmn's Stu ll'llI ' ' ' ' ". 32 ' ' il 1 -1 ' , "I . Hl't'l12lll. lg film- Vlnln, '33-'ZH3 Vim--Prvsinlvllt ul' Glu" Vlnlv, 'RIM S+-niur Vznbim-15 Vliairnizln V1-Spf-r Vnni- ' Nurtliwvsl .Junior 1'rwll1p.:Q-, 23 In-lmtim.: 'IR-ann, 35 1,1 -- F ,, SENIORS CHARLES POLIA,-XRD, BA., Ureenu-om! M. 0. A, rx. 5. xlllr Pklxl RIIRI l14RlXXD Rrrmk H A Imizmoln 1 1 mmm Romxmx B A Imkson A A A PR RUHRA H X Co uw DOROIHX Ross B A Q :mon I1RANLlb QLH-XRPP B A. Corinth N1ARj0RIF QM: B A Marks x 0 wh C. 'iffttihff' fbi 0 PAGE 33 0 AXIS ,J Q i, H..-X., Quincy, Flur ill .A Z HE za" Y iii, A., l A 'I' .X 'l'r1u'lig Fr nIl:lll 1.21"M"I'l1ll1gNl ll A lx N I.--Liislutixw 13,1111-Ailg S+-ninr "A 4 llvm-1 LL"lu: L. .2 ', .. .Ii., ll' " ' , .. ., 'z KI' M M. S, V. XV., 1, 2. " ", A, Gln-v l'lub, 'Z XI S 1 XX 1 A , . . I. ', .4 ., . - - -- 2. f-rf :v.-pntjf, ' .- -5 - s Q H .gum ',. A M 9 li 49 ,ag ff' 1-' 'I ,,,.v' All was Q-A ?us- .Br 272 2? yt SENIORS joswn C. Siisany, I-LA., Tomnolen Q Ntumlvnt Assistant in Geological DPIJZXTIIIIEHK. Gl.Am's SMITH, HA., Hammond, La. A A A VV. F. SPHZR, jk., B.A., Indiunola A 'I'. 'lf E E, ll K ll Hlue- lim-yg M. O. A. K. S.: Editor-in-Chief "Mississip- pian," 4, Managing Editor, 3. Associate Editor, 2: Prleslmlvnt l'ardinal Plulr, 3: President Phi Eta Sigma. -EH 1 'U' 3: Illxm-vtitivv Pouxiril of A. S. B. Govornmt-nt, 4: Gym lmnm- l"luul4 lwniixnitteti, 4: Intf'rt'r'atei'nity Dance Con- tln-1 lwinimittvf-. 4: Inu-rfraternity Council. 45 Busi- n--Rs Iilaiizigvr "M" Book. 3: Intvrnational Relations Vlubg Taylor Medal in Frefnc-h, 1: Football, 11 Vive- I'rusitlviit Pi Kappa Pi. 41 "Y" Fabim-t: Chairman Freshman Stunt Night, 3. ED. G. STONE, B.A., Laurel ll X Blue Kvy: Presldf-nt A. B.: President Freshman Class in 1931: 1lllt'l'l'!'fifVI'l1llY Cijulllnlll S9lli0l' "Y" CHU- inot: Dancv Committcv: Chairman "Y" Exevutive Voun-'ilp Vliuirnmn ol' Building Committee: Mem- lwr ol' Student Employment Committee: Mehniber of Athle-til' Voniinittve: "M" Club: Football. 1, 2, 3, 4: liaske-thrill, 1: Senior Manager of Travk, '32: M. O. A. K. S. FRED G. S'1oNE, jk., B.A., Sledge fb Tl 111 CQARNET L. STURDIVANT, B.A., Glendora X Q Alpha Lnmbrla Delta. Medal in Sm-iolvgy, 1932-33- l'lIil,liN XVAGNER, B.A., VVater Valley A A A Advertising Manager of 1934 "Ole Miss." OMCE VVALKER, B.A., Taylor A AA I,t1gi5Iativ- f'GUllf'll of YVomen's Student Government Sophomore Year: Girls' Glee Club: Latin Club. : 11-. 'T' -afar ' P4-11 R2 ft 55554553 0 PAGE 34 0 SENIORS MARSHALL DUELl VVALL, BA E Calhoun Cm Moss WANDER, B A Charleston lct PlQNldtIlf unc Treixulex o QISIHIII Iootlvxll Nltnlgu 1 3 Foo ll N er 4 ex nean Lxttruy bourtw 1 D111 Lomxmttee 4 btudent Honor LUUIICII 3 -bust ln! En :tor M Book ALM MXURINF WEINBIRG, BA Ind1anol1 V fi? Executlxe Counfll ot Student Bodx Nemetau 0 -X11 nual Start 4 EIIIOI Lqblnet Pl85ld6Ilt I 'Stu dent uoxexnment Awsouatmn I WX omen 1 uub Latin Klub H nor Roll 1 I rx llllll RBIHIIOIIS Llub Executue Lounul Ut W omen -. Stud: nt Goxernment Tfxvlor Medal nn I nm thx Ume-5,1 I1 Q lh homology Yun Pxesldent ot kappa Zetfi 5 KIltllX of P1 Ixappm Pl Bwkttbwll 1 Plesldent nt Xlph ambda Delta to Editor ln Chlet I N ux St'I1lOl Xuxlhur ot Alpha Lambda Delta GERALD G WHEA1 B A Emd fb K Nl' Intexfratexnlty Lflllfllll He-xmefm Llt6'I1ly Home ERNIESTINE LILLIAN WVILLIAMS, B A Taslor THOMAS RALPH YVILLIAMS, B A Drew V dw E Baseba Bftsketlvill 1 3 Vi ELLS WMML Woom, JR, B A Tchula Y' E V V I ue he-v M O A K S Semox 1 l'1blI1Pf Execu- tne Counul Debatmg Team He-:mum Llf.t'l'll'X' SO. clety Boxing LUCILE WRIGHT, B A Hollw Sprmge A A A Qmor 1 bmrt M K "' W ' VJ 215 .. LPA 142.!Zf'tl': Q . 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LQ ,Q 1 Q .' -1 ' ,"' '-.1 1 , . ... -. . aL -,gm U: ...SJ :1 : .J .E 1-1 -- -. ,, "L SENIORS O Blix A. ffL'IDl-QR, I.I..14., Viclwlwurg A 'I' .X I1-vsim-x1t Law Svlmr-Ig "M" Vluh: Vznlwliluzul Vluln, 'SUP lg Uxvl Vlullg Rl. U. .X. li. S., Stuff "BliSSlrSilPlll Luv' Iuu1'1x:1l"g Illf4'lfl'2ltl'l'Ililj' 1'm1l1v1I, 1, T-3 lwmm- 'Mm- mittm- 721142143 H+-1'111v:1u I.i!--Vzuy Sfwin-ly. I'-.slam-llmll. 4' 1 lxm lm lm U 1 N Ill -1 Y'1mlm4t ,.. , . rw , Y.. .-. H-... - ' .H '- , ,, , ,A n , .- , .. , .-,. .4- 4 . lluzu A. IIUPPHR, LLB., Corinth ATA 5IDXIcY A. MAY, I.I..B., cNlZll'kNll1llt' 'I' li A. K fl' I ulnr X lzllmwt: Ivznm-v 1m1m11Hn-v ..J, .,.., ..l. lulvlivzitilnl 1'f-un:-il, '32, 'izfrg Hrhllnl' llull. '21, 'flip Il:-r1mA:m I.lll'l'Ill'y Sfwlvryg Vnsn- mm-1 1'-.mum-nt Ifhlitm' nl "M1ss1Qs11l1vi Law .Im11'n:nl"g 1'1w-sim-111 nl' S+-ui:-1' Law 611154. IS T. NII'ICHEI.I., LLB., QQUIIIUXYII II K .X NI H A K. S., ' 13 Int--llvzntn-:nity uwmllvil, 'I' Dux D.-xvls Trmwxskxn, I.l..li., XVinf:n:1 K L. '1' K A ue- K4-yi M. VI. A, K. S.: 1':llwlil1z1i Vlulvg Ullississxpf mam" Stuff, 1. .Xssuviatv Iflclltfw. 1, llxlllillillx Edituly limlitul'-i11-4'l1ivI'. T123 llvllllvilll I.ir14v':ury Sfwivfy. 1. Il, 1. 33 I'il'tSl1l1lilll H1':1tn1'ia-:ll M1-11112. li l'Y'l,'SIllt'Ill f'l1'l'lH4'ZlIl, 253 I'11ix'e-rsity IVv1V2lllllLl 'l'e-sum, 2. 12g Iillhlltillil Illll"il, I 'i, J 31 1"1Il't'iQlll IIVIIIIIUIIS ljiuln 21, 4, Valhillu-I, 1, 2, 21, 1, J. IUHX XV. VVAIJE, LLB., Oxford 'I' lf I. I T. 'I' K 'In I-I PQ 'if X FZ., uith Sp-4-iall Ibistilnvtmxl. 'fljg Viv! Svllivvl x wzxlu-xg '33!: 'I'uy1-11' RI.-flnl in Illnulmsh, 23 "MfQsi-si1fpu l nw .II-u1'11:1l" 3. M, Iiusim-ss Al2lllIlL14'l', 3: l'I1l1a.fr' "M" mls, 53 "Vox" Stuff. 1, Z, ZZ, Iiusnu-ss AI:n141:vr, 3 Iwlxlm, .lg Vlvv-T'rw-sxrivllt S+-niur Lean' Vluss vig SIIIIIUIIT Instr'l11Im' in Histury, 43 llim- K'-yg Ilxtf-lwlzltmlnzu IL-- llli-vns I'lulw, 4, 3, 'lg Vi'-4--I'r'm-siflvllt, '11 I'1w-si-1--nt -1'ilrI1lv1's', li S+-wx'--t:u'y 53 I'rw-sivlvlut I'i Knpyrzl Pi, Q' I'1'v-sillvllt Eta Sizznm VIII. 1: lllllllll' Hull, 1, 'Y 3, 4. 31 Slfllifhl' Vzlhillu-t. ILUEX R. VVADI.IXC'I'0N, I.I..l3., Helzfmi I X 'Oli C, XVHEELER, LL.l5., Iiiluxi I.ny0lll. '29, '77 -wpnnnnnxs'-s , Y . 'I W i At- --v . avi J 4 . L., .:- - . -',' VL. '.. - fu ,Lu ':' 9 PAGE 37 0 0 PAGE 38 0 SENIORS SCHOOL OF MEDICINE l.xxx IJ, .Xml-xx.xlm', Mulnvul CQ-rtnhm--nn' II lx .l. 'I' X lil-rJRr.l' C', CIXRISHN, Mc-dirul K'rrtiIlcz1te, Quitmun II lx A. II li 'I' - I - 1 lnllltllllll' Iu,l,x1.xx li. CIll.l.l'M, lNIedu-ul ierrxhvm- Gul: I3.,X.. I I 'ZZUQ Simlvnt Assistunl in I'lu5'slul-my. lan Rrmri 'l'L'Rxrk l7.xmss, Medical i'ertiHr:ne, Slmnmm II K 'I' H K 'I' l'l'x'SluIn'lll 4 rl' Nlwlivul Svln lull. IIIONIXS M. DUNN, Medical Cc-rtiIic':1tc, C'l:1rksd:1le IQ 'I' I' 'I' X Bl, H. A. K. S4 liluf- K1-xg lm-sillwnt S--mor All-flivul Vlussg lfmltlnull l. Ig Iiuslwtlvull Klulmuv-l': 1':llv- ml-t, AI-will-ul llulw, hynu 'I'e-:Img Gym lmlxf-1 l'lllIlllIlI- tv--' lllIl'l'Il'2lIt'l'llllY 1'uu111'il2 Ililftlllldl Lllllv I.lkl.XN M IXFRRIS, Mcdivul flt'FIII'll'1lIt', Vivlwluurg lx A. 'I' X 'I'l'n'1lSlll Q. r 1.1 All-ll Vluh Yr-Hulk S. llu1.x1r.s, Mcdiml i'crtiHc:m', lxxne Il lx .L -l' X PRXII lkm, Mwlic-:xl Cvrrificzntc, Oxford II Ii .l. 'l' If X. 'I' X Iiluv lx-'pg AI. H. .X. li, 5.3 1':1r:liu:ll Vlulvg Glu- I'luIn, 1, 2, Zi, I X'i1-1'-l'n-wifln-lat film- Vlulng lizlml, 1, 2, Zi, 'Ig l'II"lllINYlX l'lllIvL Almliwll Illllll, Vivl'-l'l'n'sisIu-Ill I1 Ill"1llll'l .lumwr X 1 .hunt Il UIIUI' R1 ..,,, ,u .,, Jil. -'T7?i 'J QL." SENIORS Lawxs S. 'I'Ro-s'1'LER, Med. Cer., C1111e'y Island Mr-di-'ul Clulv. ,NY Y v 1 XV11.1..Ak11 L. XV.-XLDROX, Bled. Cer., XVarer Valley U K ll' 1:k'I'lIl1iIl Club, '29-'lfllg xvi4'!'-IJl'4fSlllk'llt Class, ' ' H. C. VV.-x'1K1Ns, jk., Medical Certificate, Q11ir1nz111 IQ N IIUYY.-XRIIV S. W11.1,1.-11115, -IR., Med. Cer., Greenville .E A IC Assistant Business Mallmuel' ul' 19112 'Wlle MisQ"3 'l'11111l-- ling Tt'2llIlQ I11st1'u-.'t1,11' 'l'11111l1li11u T111111, 1113211 lrxstruv- tru' Class, 1241.13-S141 Se-niur 4'11l1i11.-tg I6,A. ll:-ul'-'12 Mmlif-:nl Vlulv. jr111x M. BOYD, l3.S.C., cwflllllllhlll ll A li Y, M. C. A. ffABRlEI, BRELAXD, B.S.C., Cryxtnl Springx 4- K XII M. H. .-X, li. S.g lll'l'ITlt'1lllQ S1-11iu1' "'Y"1 Yi1'v'l'1.'s11I--111 -1 Vlassg Gym T1'ilIllQ l'11ixe1-sitv 111' A1'1z1111z1. 1 1113014115 Gmsrmx CA1.1,1cL 1, li.S.C., Blue Nlllllllllllll Sen' mlx :lr I't'lkll'j' HI' Snplmllmn- Vlussg 4':114li11al l'l11l1, 113111 Ibgulvp Vlnnlllllllvv. XV1111.-xm Ilrimu' Coma, ju., li.S.C., 1:11-kNf111 'Ml' K Xl' M. H. A. K. S.: Tl'1'.lSlll't'l' J11111111- Vlussg Gym lv:1111- l'u1111111tteep Twilight Musi-'ulg 1111+-1'11z1ti-:mil 1:1-l:1111111s llul l Pulfthlll X 1 lhmlt l11tQ1111 -- f- Jg lnlrumura Jziw 1 3 " ,'1,' -g ternlty 13111111-il. . I-v.-3 -:1-I: 'a-'..F- f 1,1 - , . . Y .4 ,- ., -4-Q--7. '.Q-- . vm, ,..:ti5..mY,.L. V, 0 PAGE 39 9 SENIORS .'Xl1t'l'1l1'l'll Q -Q lxmus Rmsralclmx I'1lI,llJ'I'l, 15.812, Uxffml I X I I Ill RN1 xx, li.S.i'., -lllfkxllll 31 10' , "., l'lcx'eland llmkx' Y.XYlJl1I.I, P-K.XSlIzK, jk., 13.811, Greemwmd IJ A H Nrxlmr Iiasketlml! M:1m1::1-V -1-K ncaa-W IA xxmfzn A. KPXRRI-'I'l', B.S.C'., Oxford Umkmzn '1'um1rs:m H.xl.l..x5, jk., li.S.C., Iluzelhura Rlflllllli 5mx.x1,1, Il.xw.s, Ii.S.C'., Clnrlmlale f IJ -1- A ea ' ', E I ' . rf , Q ' H . -I Q S I 'I'!3,' Illllll l'r.m-I1, li, 43 Pulrlif-atilm L'0lIlll'll. - - 11511175 Vilneiifw 0 PAGE 40 0 XXL SENIORS Nfll'l0X Ilomxs, BQC Lwke Cnrnmm ,,,n11 SMH llvll 11411101111 Ieqglu H111121n H01 VIFS B S L X woo Cm 3 N INNINNI 1111 111N NIUQ11 '1 Pnxx N ova Bbf Oxford P end- 111 C1111 Sovlullluu llllllbl V' 11111 LuxJv1 x 1111 S111 lux 1 Xb L1 lx1xs1 11, B S L I11d1'111oI1 118511111 111 I mvtlmll 6' !'t'l"llX N H101 4 1 w I d Ill 1 Knox CJXRI up 11111 S In N011 O I 'H TBIIYIIS I KVELI IVIIJNIFOWFRX B 5 C Longman 431141 Foolhwll 1 Du L '1 llll Ban 1 Hrxkx PLRNFIL OIINI-R, BSC 11ppu All Int1'1mu1.11 Bfmkftlull 1312111 smhall 1 'T v 3 lll .1 nl'-L' 0 PAGE 4I 0 I ' .' .' ' ... ., .' A 'ZIIII fb H 'IJ Phi Si? 1 I.itu1'a1'y if "'-ty: HY" C: .1141 I' -' ' A T A M, 17, .L K. S.: ': U1 . ful 1 . K I T Y. XV. C. A.g Sur'1'1-tz11-y uf .' ll' 'J-.l ' ' 111' 't, 1 ' 1' 11'11z1l1 Lau' S-11 111 Jugrlt: ry Cixi, '32-'HIL Dvi ' .f. '., I 1 A 'I' Q N1AYBliLI.li Lm1.-xssox, B.S.C'., Gulfport ' L Uv flzsfg S1--1's,-t:11'y G11-v fjlubg '111' C'l'11:t. f'fJ .' ,. J ,'i.,, B.Q.C., V: 'k. A Nl' M. . A. C. .ig ' Tc-11111. , ,L , , 3, 3. 41 :.'k1tl1.ll, 1, 13, 3. 43 Tl'1ll'li. 1. 12, 3, 41 "M" If 11 'I:1ll, 1. 21" .'1 ..,., " .. N 1 " '- 1 '30g :."1tL2Lll. 1, 2 Ba-'-' , ,.., 3. . 1 -. .,,,,,..,Lt, ' 1- "':"- 11 'Q SENIORS 1 111x S C1111 or ft "" X! 'Dx if 1 1R11 , Sl C1rce111s11111 INNINNIIUIPI 11 111111 11 11111111 1M1s R 1,BSC Ic11z1 1111111 121Sf 1 1 llss Om! 1 oo 1 1111111 L11111 S N1 1 SlN1MONS,Ji BSL t1rena1.1 1 1 11112111 l N 5911101 C, 111111 V1 M. M1C1x'1s 91A11.v1o111'11 IR B.S C. MEfld11I1 1 1115 1 011111111111 l1111111a111n111 U. 4 011111111111 Il 11 1 11111 1 1or11fZ11 1, -Xss111111L ALtlXl11s V1 '1 11111 A 1111111 .51 X ARREN q'lliVK'AR'I' B.9.C. '111d BA. 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", 43 aj 1 1 'al ' 1 1 1 1.111 1. 33 1111111- zt' .1 ' .7 fl I ' . 33 '13 'H' ... jlzlss, 3, L' i ' S1 ' 1" ', 4, B LJ: .11 zf' -' "I.:111' 5. 36- -3 v an- V -1 , 3. 1 pf .ag vi- as fv- . .4 N 1 'Q ff 1-5, lb- 1' JUNIOR CLASS SCHOOL OF MEDICINE limes II. .'xRM'5'IiRflNG, Mil, flfA H, fb ll ZZ, 41X . Vaiden Bl 'L .X-. Ii. S.: ZHHIUS5 Assistauitg Alwlil-:tl Club! Her- llll'ZlIl I.Ift'l'1llI'j Stn-it-ty, 1, 21 Vive-I'i'4-sitlvtit lv,-Vshlmu, 5I"'ll4'llI "law: S-Illini' Irnntlt- vniiiiiiitu--n II.fXRYI'Y XY. C'.xk'lr:K, M.l'., A 'I' A, fl' X . l'lurI-tsdale l'n1-.linnl Vlulig ,xnnnzil Stuff, 3, 3. llllt'l'l'I'1lIi'I'llIIY I'wvum-il: llitwrliziln-i'liity Ilzunw- Vumiiiittt-1-3 Me-slit-:il Vlulig l'11Illlll'I, I, 2, IC, BLR: N. Corus, MAX, I A li, fl' X .... Meridian M. H. A. Ii. 8,3 ltltvrlizutiullul Relations lflulig "M" Bunk Stuff, II: .Xlllllllti Stuff, 3, Mvtlivzll 4'IllIl, -lg Valiinet, JOHN D. Ivllfli, Medical Certificate, IT K 'I' . Van Vleet Bhx F. II.-xxn, Nleclical Certificate, 'I' A H . Vvaynesboro NAI:-i.xxn:i. C. House, M.C., II K fb, fl: ll E, dv X , Enid 4 tu-linail Vlub: Prvsidf-nt 01' SUDIl4JI1lUl's- BA. Class: Inter' Il'2lIrl'llIlY l'nun--il. 2. Il, 4, Yi:-e--Presirlelit. 3, Pre-sidt-nt, -lg Annual Smit, 2: Gym I'11un-L' Flour Vommittee, 31 Exevu' time Vmriziiittt-1-, 4, Infti'l'r'uIel't1ity Dalit-ef Vonduct Com- niitte-fg 2, 3, ,lg Mvdivztl Club, 43 M. O. A. K. Enxx'Akn II. NIABKY, M.C'., II K A, dw X . . Goodman Mvtliczil Club. fi0KDON Kunst Rocriks, NLC., 4' K XI' . . Be-Izoni R. P. VVAl.KF.R, Mf., flf K Alf, G K Nl' . . Meridian Mt-tlical Club. VVM. XV. XV.-YIKINS, M.C., K A, dv ll E, 'lf X . Aberdeen Mvdicul Club. SCHOOL OF COMMERCE DL'nI.m' BLACK BKIDCFORTH, B.S.C., E N . . Nesbitt Glti-Q Club, Wl1.1.i.xM NIADISON BL"1I.ER, B.S.C., K A . . Alligator A. C. CAPERTON, B.S.C., A All . . . . Tunica Cabinet, 1. j. Laslrtk C'ARRt"1H, B.S.C'., A T S2 . . . Brookhaven Pi'vsi'lv1it B S. 1'. Junior Class, Fre-slixuzin Football and Bnslu-tlvallg 111-ftlnill. Z, fig "M" Clubg Tre-:tsurvr Sfvplm- innrf- Cabinet: B. S. LI FR.-xxchs ljYI'1R, B.S.f'., X S2 . . Greenwood C'n.xRl.1E B. Fmuuu., B.S.C., K A . .... Meridian lfmitllfill, 1, 2, fl, Haske-tlmll, 1, 21 Track, 1. ., ,,. iqg-f--at ,-:lf f' 2 te .1 PAGE 54 0 JUNIOR CLASS 0 1 Z SCHOOL OF COMMERCE 1 la DAVE FRAISER, B.S.C'., lb A 0 ..... Ureennwml VH!-inet: lllee- Vlub, 1, 2: Juniur lluslwll-ull Blziiixvm-1. HAYS GEE, B.S.C'., X S! . . C1ll'I'0lf0ll S. EAR1. QQRKMES, JR., B.S.C., E 'lf IC . . . Snnimrium Vlllkiilllll Clubg Gln- Vluh' 1, 151 Wihim-ll l1lIl1'I.1'Qlf tw-rmty 1':j.un:'ilg Sn,-vutary-'l'reasur--1' Ill!l'l'l,l'ilIt'l'll11j' Vuun- 1,-ilg HQ-'I'I1ltJ2lll. QPEORCE A, GUNTER, B.S.C'., A T 12 . . . Kilmichuel Fulltlmll, 1, 2, 31 "ll" 1'lUl,u. EDWIN HARWELL, B.S.C'., KI- H fb . . . Tulu RALPH N. joxris, B.S.C., li H Il . . . iireeunmml Milszilrs l'u1lQ-ge, 1, RANDOLPH KLYCE, B.S.C., E X . .,... Corinth Phi Sigma l11It'l'1lI'5' Suvivty, 1, 2, fig Twiligllf Mlisiuul Vununittev, 22: Intramural Basin-tlrull 1. 3: Him-I. 1. 3: Staff Of 12-33 "UIQ Miss"g Staff of 154234 "Ulv Rlixsu, "Mis- sippialf' Stuff, 1, 3, Aswviati- lC11itOr. 33 Tlhlllll' 1'OL11xv1l Enginwvring S1-howl, 13 x'1"P'lJl'!'Si4lK'llt En TIll'lf'l'llIL1 Flaws, 23 Varsity 'IH-nnis '1'--um, 3, I1 Hoxxm O. McCAR1.m', B.S.C'., II K A Milsups Vollvgv, 1. M. ROBERT McC1.A'lcHY, B.S.C'., K A , L.-XURENCE H. MCIJUFF, B.S.C., FJ A li . Gyni Ilanm' I,n-mriutinri Vuiulnittewg Illvitll. THOMAS S. MCXVHORIER, B.S.l'., K A Vlifdillill Plubp Fmvthull, 1, 2, Zig Vim'-Pi' B. b. l'. 7 VKILLIAM FI'HOMAS NIABRY, B.S.C'., II K Hferniezxn Litr-1':u'y Suvivty. 'IXHOMAS S. MAYHER, B.S.C'., 'lf K Xl' . Glei- Vlubg "Y" Val-inet, VVILLIAM VVOO'1'Ex Ml'l'CHE1,I., B.S.C., 22 X . Ii. T., 1. Envvm C. OI.1vr:R, B.S.C'. . MARION A. Ousim, B.S.C., II K A , Band. wzmf 'wi f F . Q . QTKIIIIUXYII . Imlianolzi . llzittiwhilrg Vulliil.-1 3 11.-IH . .Meridian will.-ut .llmiur A , Ciumhnzin . Uulfpnrt . Cmnu . TVICKTUUI , Guudlnnn 0 PAGE 55 9 X- 'fv- 9. W 3 RK' Sw...-f Q wo YS inn. , 1 36' , 'fb N 2 V A' ., YW? K if 'Vi .ff - 'F K ' vs :nf JUNIOR CLASS SCHOOL OF COMMERCE KVIIARI I-,S l.. RUl'N5.XVllI.Ii, B.S.C'., K A . . . . Tunica " 1' Mg "mi lm , 1. 12. Zi, Iiaisk.-llmll. lg Iizlsf-bull, li Xl lu I I Il 1':ibini-I. l, Z3 Ili-nmiun l.1u-1-:ny Supl.-typ I'i'e-sinh-nt Suyvlimxmxw- H, S. 12 Plus:-1, xvH.l.I.XM ll. Suni, li.S.C'., A 'I' 12 . . Houston ti, XV. v.KNIJlzRllL'fiIi, Ii.S.f'., K I . . . XVater Valley limmxs llrmwum XVu:m:xxs, B.S.l'., Z2 flf li . Merigold SCHOOL OF PHARMACY llluu I. C'mssEk'1, jk., PHI., II K .X , . . Goodman X' Vis t. 9 "Alisszss1ppi:u1" Stuff, 3, 3g 1'hzu'muvy Club, 2, Zig Svcre- tary ul' .Iuniur I'l1f1rm4u-y Class. K'11,xRl,Es IIERUD XVISE, PH.C., II K df . . Hughes IEIHJMAS lf. fiAIXIiS, B.S.E., A T S! . Memphis Tenn. l', Y. iNi.'kXVS'IiI,l,, B.S.Ii., 22 A li, K K XI' , . . Pickens R. N1oxlm1.xs'nk, B.S.E., 4, TI fi' . Picdras Negras, Mex. RUIHRI Uwhx SHl:PH.XRD, B.S.Ii., 22 A li . . Meridian 'I'x':u-ki 14 LZ, ii: "M" Vluhg lmotbzlll, 1: I'r1-siih-nt Fresh- mzin :mil Siq-lwizwrw lilussvsg Pardinal Club, 2g Engineer- in: Flub, 1, U1 Cabinvt, 1, 2. ------w-f--Y . . - ll sfcfj. 0 PAGE 56 0 n 0 O N 5 N s o O o I N. I 'O f I fx THE SOPHOMCJRES ! VII ! IN 4, 4, 1 I f Fi ak. -I. P. C0x,riM,-xx CLASS PRESIDENTS . J. P. CuI,IiNIAN . . . . . Sfhool nfLilmr11ff1r1.v VAxL c:11N XVNFKINS . . ..... Srhnnl ofL1m' XV.Xl,'I'lER L. BOSWliI.I, . . - . Srhrmf of fJ0ll1lIl!'I'l'l' l'flww.fxRlz KIAIIQLIQ . . . . Srhool ofElIf1ill1'l'l'i11g + + 4? if 0 PAGE 58 0 .f-arf-'Q S ' 'cl " SOPHOMORES SCHOOL OF LIBERAL ARTS GEORGE LAvI'RENcE ADAMS, B.A., +A H, fb ll Z1 . Nam-lie: Cardinal Club: Assnciate Editor ol' "Mississil'l"4l11": l'I'vSi- dent Of Soplioniore Ifziliirivt. ONITA ALORIOGE, BA., fb M . . JAMES P. BIEDENHORN, BA., I X . . xvlllllllil . Yickshllrg CEI-LORGE PHEI.AN BI.UNDEI.L, B.A. . . . . Cardinal Cluhg Treasurer nf S"lPll1Il1l0I'0 Class Ol HA. XVH700 City' Svhnolg Me-rubs-r Of Band: Cflhillvt. 1. 3. DICK BOOTH, BA., E A li . . . . Alwerfleen JOHN CANADA BOWEN, B.A., fli A H . . Senzitnlwizi Herineaii Lite-rary Sovietyz "Y" 4'al'-inet: Stuff of th.- "Mississippi:III." MARGARET BREVARD, BA., fl' Al . . . Diimlcc G. M. BUCHANAN, B.S., E A li . . . Holly Spl'lllQ5 Cabiiic-t. GEORGE BL'rEAI.OE, III, BA., 'll A H . Oxfnrd ROBERT S. CAIN, JR., B..-X., A il' . . . Canton Assistant Cl'lf'El'lf'3ljl9l'I Cnlviiiot GENE C.-XI.DXl'El.I., HA., Iii K Il' . . . "ThO MissiSsippian"g Hvriiwziii ,' I Its'-I"iI'x' ELISE CAPliR'I'0N, B.A., fl, Al . . NlAR'I'llA CARNATIIAN, BA., Ili Al . GIQ9 Club: l,'Hllllll'l XVILLIAM FRANK CARTER, BA., ll K fl' 4"aI'dinalC1I1l12 Bask-itball, '32-'itflg l'IIiI'l-rsity VINCENT 'I'. CASCIO, BA. . . , .I ...-. . Meridian Snwirgly, . ,1'LllllCIl . Lula . Shllllllflll Isnn-I, '2:.':I3. . Iflllllll JAMES PLEMON COLEMAN, B.A. . . Pre-side-nt Class, 23 Yir-E--PI-Ifsilli-II! lll-IIIII-:III l,ll6'l5llY S..- Civfyg Dvlvatiiig Sqnnfl. . . .XVeiI' JANICE C0l,OL'l'I'l', BA., fb Al . .... . . Beulah Prosifl-liit 13 Calviiii-t. lg YI:-4--l'Iw-Nifl-1IIt Snpliuiiiorp I I , "Y" Czibiriet, Lg '4BIiSSiSSlI'lJllJlll" Sinff, 13 Iillllll Llulv. F. NIILTON COOK, B.S., E A li . . . . Oxfnrcl VIRGII. COOK, BA., E A li . .... . . Uxford CHARLES EOWIN CGMMINGS, l4.A., E N . HI-OnnSmwII HUGH CUNNINGIIAM, B.A., I X, fl' E . . Urceiiwnml HY" Caliiiiet, CLILLEN B. CL'RI.EE. JR., B.A., Z X, Ili A . . Rienzi B. S. U. Council: MY" Czihiiwt, 2, Aiiiiunl Stull, l,:ItiI- Club, 1. CHARLES DEATON, B.A., A K li . . . Batewille University of TI-NHS, 1. ELCHUE DENTON, JR., B.A., A K li . . 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Rolling lfurk M. 0, A. K. S., 'I'rv-usurw-I' Senior Il. S. 121 XII'---I'IwsIfl.-III I4'I'zItt-I'IIitv l'fIllII"ll. OLIVER ORMDNII, LL.B., K A . . "Y" Cilluillvi. BOB RAY, LL.B., E A Ii .... AIISSJSSHPIJIQIIIS- DAN M. RLISSELL, JR., LL.B., K E . . Fnrrtlxt l':IIItOII . . . Gulfport Sports Editor HA1lSSlSSlJIIllZ1IluI Ilvrmv-:III I.It--I:IIw Sm-itttvg Boxing: DI-l'.Iz1ting Tvam. 21 Sw'I'vt:II'y ull lla-lvatllm 'FUZIIIIQ 1 l..IIIIm't, B. 5. L. fnunf-II. SCHOOL OF COMMERCE J. E. ALEORD, JR., B.S.C., K A .... . lxlCc'UllIlW I.. S. LT., 1: ffzlrliinal Vluh. 191211-211. ANNIE LAURA ALLEN, B.S.C., A A A . . IIIIUNIHII JOHN I-I. ALLEN, JR., B.S.C., A 'I' ll . . . Iuka l'1II'rIil1z1I Club. 1101-121-III JOHN T. IAMES, B.S.C., 22 A E . . Sophomore 4.':II.Iiuvtg Cztrtlillztl 4' J. HAL ANDERSON, B.S.C., E X . BOVVDRE BANKS, B.S.C., -If A 9 . . . MCNEIL BAR'I'I.INc, JR., B.S.C., K I . . . ll:IttieNlwurg lllln- 154222-'1H. . . cjllfilllll . lIeI'IInIIIlO . . Ittzl BCIIII Snplmmort- t':IIviIIL-tg Fuotballg I'IvwIII.1I1t l'I'l'SlIllI1IlI Flaws, IIs-rm--:In Litt-r:IIy Sfwit-ty. DAVID BREWER, B.S.C., E X . . . 4':Ir4IiIIal 4"Iub, 151231245 I. flER'I'RUDli BLrR'I, B.S.C., fb AI , COLIN CAMPBELI., B.S.C., E A Ii . SI,IphOnI0re "Y" tQ':IIuII SIDNEY C. CAMPBELL, B.S.C., II K A . DOUGLAS DEAN, B.S.C'., Z N . . . CLIO DUNCAN, B.S.C., A A A . HELEN ELLIS, B.S.C'., fb AI . . . XV. S. EMBREE, JR., B.S.C'., 21 X . g f ,Q -.iw-rf... --,,-.- - 57757 7 I ' ' . . Ur6c'IIwuml , .Sllrllwy . . YZIYINI City . l7III':IIIt , . . cilxflllll . Greenville . Rmetlnle . COIIIO 0 PAGE 63 0 ! : M ' 3 1. .. 'S 5 Rf .- I -of A l IM, ., .- .K .5 -r' 0- 1 . , 4 " 'n b C 9. .11 - J L . . q A Q. 1 2 A E' 'H .4 L an . 7 U5 . ,JR "-T 7-I 'T .V I emcbq " f f A f I . f 1 1 -f 11? J ,, ., 2 .bf l Q". xv' I RA- if 41 1' '09- III rr me 19 fr' -QQ il 1 an 965 SOPHOMORES 0 SCHOOL OF COMMERCE IIIRI S. I'.RYIN, Ii.S.C'., I X . . . . . 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Meridian , NIeC'omb I . . Sermamhia SCHOOL OF PHARMACY I.. A. Ilxmx, PILC., I fl' I-I .... . Sumrall 1':Ir1lilmI "lub, 19--.--34. XV. V. 'liuvmw ITLRK, PHI., 111 K KI' .... Helen 1111-lin:I1 Vlnl., l!42:Z:.:L4g Him- Vluh, 25 Latin Clnbg Phar- nmvy Club, I SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING T X . C - ' "' ' J. ls, lam. JR., ls.5.If.., .x xv, fi, II 1 . . . Greenville I'IlI2lIlt'h'IIII: "mb, "nr-11111411 Vluh 1u::::-714: Ifrf-flunnn ' 'I'r:I.k, S.qIi1..v1n.n- wal-irxvtg I1 1.-ssv-nal Hnnwr Roll: S.-vu 1:I1'5"'I'lwzxs1lr'v-le I YWIIIIQII ffluh. P Rui! xlmrr CLXILXI IIRH, IR., Ii.S.I5., 'I' II 'I' . Laredo, Tex. ae ' Iixulr Il D, I'iI'N1I',-IR.,B,S.I'I., K E, fb Il I . bnnnmrnum Sf.pln.xxmx" II1II'IIl'IQ Vim--I'r df-nt Suplmrxlmf- "Y" 1 1'.1r.1n,Av, Yi'--I'r-sl-lwnr I'In Hts: fi-'nmp 1':11'flm:1I Club. IC'I:1'Iv-lin: "lub, 2. HAIISSISSIPIIIIIIII 21 II:-run-am I.iY- I' I-:arp SI.-nu, ll. S I' Vwunfil. 1,01 IS N. RUL'KIi'Il, B.S.II., Z2 A I . . . 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Ilnlly Springx I5II.IIIi FAIR, IS..A., A Al' ..,... Cuntnn IAMRS II. IXSHHIRD, I-S.A., K A . . Pncalnmtzix Axxx Nui. i'Ax1rl:r.I,1, ISA., A A A . I.1llII't'I Rompkl Aikxxsox, ISA., fl' A H . XVnter Valley ITI.flKIiXL'I, f'Am'I:H.1., ISA., A A A . , Vznirnn SAM C. IAIIKINSUN, IS.A., fl' A H .... ID:-ew NIARY I'II.IlAISI,III f'AR'IIiR, IS.A., A A A . Hxfnrd VVII,I.I.-ARD ISARNHS, I'S.A., A 'I' SI. . Mi-l'nnI INI1xr.Rx'.x CIIARK, ISA., A A A . Mm-ggni City J.-'ACK BARR!-I'l'I, IS.S.C'., flf K AI' . . . liulfpnrt ROHIIRI Cnr, ISA., II K A . . . I.4nnIwi'r jrmx BARR!-I'I'I, ISA., K A ,..... Terry 'IIRRY M. fIUIlIiI'I'I'f, ISA. . . . Rnlling Ifnrlx BRUCE BASS, DIR., ISA., A 'I' A . . IIIIZICIIIITSI MALQOLM ISAXHQR, Pn.Q'., II K A . Ilerimmlri Al,I.IiN C'o1.r,lxs, Pnf., II K A , . . Shannon Rm' fIfIl.I,IN'S, IS.S.C'., I A Ii , INIempIiix, 'Ik-nn. Il NAVHAN ISERGMAN, ISA. ..... Aberdeen I'IUSI'IiR f'fII'IiI,AFxIl, IS.S.l"., A 'I' .. . . ISfImnnr DAVE BERNARD, ISA., A 'I' A . . . 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XV. l7L'cRwoR'III, Pn.C., K I lonx FIiRRII,I., AIiIzo'I"I' I.. lft Iam., lx .I . , , PRRISS, HA., E A li . RUllliR'l' I?'INI,.u', B.A., fl' A H BILI, l'l,0R.A, P l1RANL'liS FURR lllRl,li'I' DAVIS li SF fl' II fl, . . RnIzER'I' lfoRn, H.S.Ii., E X ..,. Ions U. fiARl JXl1R, BA., E X . . I 0 R. fiARlJNliR, jR., B.S.C'., fl' A H N1 QXRRPII BA X IRI' EI'IaI,I'x 11 . , .. ., A ... lll.l IAN CIIIQXN, BA., X 12 . . . PAIII. l'lII,I, boonivnxrw, B.A., A 'l' S2 XVII.I.I.xmI A. Gow-xx, l5.A., lx Z . Y w 2. Shannon llattieslviimg Ilattieahurg li . Tupelo Horn Lake . .Marks Boollcvillc . Nleridlan . AIIIIICNUDXVII lilcn Allen Sllllflllillilld . Clayton Pascagoula . Columbia Qil'f'C'llXT0lNl . .Oxford . Oxford . . .Iuka . Kosvlusko VVest Point FRESHMEN Rn' R. fikll-l-'l'liH, B.S.C'., Z X . . . Columbia .l'.RlN UWIN, B.A., X S2 ..... Greenwood '.II,I. li LEA K x 1 if Nl . .,, .A ., I 5 I li ll B X 1 -lonw PEIIER H.'xIRs'I'ox, l5.A., E X . ljlil R ll KRRIS, . jackson Crawford Charleston . 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NICILWAIN, BA., B 6 II , Pzisuagoula jonx Nom IN. Pre-Meri., A 'l' A . . . vlaclison DORIS MQLAIX, BA. ....... Gloster fi.'XI.li Nom., BA., A Z ,,... Greenville A. H. McLAL'R1xE, B.S.E., Z A li . lAit'C'oml1 V1Rt:rx1,Y Axx PIllI.I.IPS, BA., fb XI . Hernantln M. S, MQLELLAN, BA., H H 11 , . . Sunner QIAMES XVL1. PRICE, BA., E A li . Hattiesburg REX F. MCRAE, B.S.C., A T S? .,.... jExYELix'1' PROEILEY, BA., A A A . Batesville QSEORCE H. lx1AR'l'IN, BA., A K IC . Anguilla AVIXSIUX G. PRLVDE, B..-X., I A li . . Amory JOHN R. MA'1"1'L1Ews, B.S.E., Z X . Gulfport IJOIYINDA QLLINN, BA., A A A . . . Memphis Gus MAXWELL, JR., E X . . Columbia EI.IlARE'lH Quixx, A A A . . Memphis, Tenn. LUCIAN M1xOR, B.S.C'., E X .... Macon P.AL'l. QUIY, Pre-Law, K E . . XVater Valley JOSEPH SYDXEY lAf1IZE, BA., Elf K YI' . . Forest VVILLIAM ,ALLEN R.ex1'LIEF, B.S.C. . . Columbia HENRY A. lAr10EI.l,ER, B.S.E. . . . Kings Creek fXR'I'HL'R E. R.-XY, HS., I X ..... Rienze BYRDII-I OP.-XI.lN1O0RE,B.iA. . . . 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DELTA KAPPA EPSILCN Fozzlidfil al Yulr, 184.1 f,lIII0l'X.' CI'lll1SUIl, Old Gold, Zlllll Azure Flofwvrg Pansy TIM HLVIXCHINSON PIIII. S'I'OxE SIIEI,m' M. MAxwIiI,I.. IIARVEY S. LEONARD . BIIIYJOOR. . . JOE BAILEY, JR. . . I2I.cHL'E IUEXTON, JR. , ROIHiR'I' L. H0l.I,EX', -IR. C. C. STEIIIIENSON, VIR. 'VIIUMAS II, SEAN' . . . fiUlNN COST . . . KENNETH CROSBY . . CHARLES IBEATUN . FDVVIN GRANTIIAM . . fJRVAI. HOOKER . . , fiEORGE H. MAR'I1N . HUGH Ml.'RPHX' . . DAVID NEILSON, JR, , . CHARLES R. RAND . . BII.I.Y STAGGERS . . Forty-six Active Clizipters C HI C H APFFER lfsfzzlzlislmi 1850 FR.':rRIis IN Lilllllf F. H. ROXVI..-XXII D. E. NEILSON FRATER IN FACLlI.T.XTl? F, E. FARQUEAR FRATRES IN U NIV lERSl'I'.K'I' E Seniors Juniors S0f7ll0lIl0I'l'A' PI 011 yes Ir- fl' .nr A - Y Mi. . f-Air.. 0 PAGE 74 0 XV. D. HEDIILESTON VV. D. HEDDLESION, JR. . . Camden, . Coffeeville, . Rolling Fork, . . Coffeeville, . . .Tunica, . . . .OxfOrd, . . Holly Springs, . . . .Laurel, . . Coffeeville, 7 . VS est Point, . . Batesville, . . Vvest Point, . Rolling Fork, . . Anguilla, . .Arkabuttn, . .Oxford . .Summitt, . Yves! Point, Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Niiss Miss Nliss lWiss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss lVliss lWiss Miss 'I ,l 11 -Q. rw. Q-1-1 ' 'Q ,gief ' Q1 . X Lp? N 1 . , gf me Q4 ' 1 Q R 1: .gw 2 My J xl-VU Jwzm-.. MMP A 'kk fi - t w' , 'W Ffa gun "IT-v ,gin si-,',.'wr1'S'. ' I. 1-'4,I':' Pl' ,'H. 'ms 1-q".f'is 0 PAGE 75 9 Nine Active Chapters J. VV. BELL VV. C. SPEER, JR. . . ciARI.AND LYELL, JR. . D. G. KINSER . . . C. S. TINDALI., JR. . A. C. CAPERTON . . . SHED HILL ROBERSON . J. B. BELL, JR. . . ROBERT CAIN .... JIMMIE D. PRIESTLEY . ROBERT H. POWELL, JR. . FRANK ROBERSON, JR. . HARVEY THOMPSON, JR. . B. O. GARNER . . . J. F. BARBOUR . . ROBERT LOMAX . . DENMAN CROW . . . VVILLIAM KEEI,ER . . BEN NELSON . . . BILLY CAIN . . . . JOHN VVOODBRIDGE . JOHN RICKS . . . X ,s.wQ't,i'g7a',, 1 ' -L,gI.q ivy. J, vt . L.: --- Q-, -L ' -25 5 T: A 'ff-1'-, "ii -fi' ' "uf A" -T' Q."' 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CAINE . HIRAM R, EI.l.IO'l'T . . FBB JAMES FORO, JR. . . Davin JUMPER BREWER JAMES P. BIEIIENIIARN SCOTT XV. CRUI.I., JR. . Dli.-XX R. M. fiUliSS COAQII EO. L. XVALRER DR. ROBERT J. F.xRI.Ei' FRXTR IES IN U N IX' ERSIT.-XT!! Srlzinrs . Oxford, lX1iss. EDVVIN GEORGE STONE .... Laurel, . Oxford, Miss. LLICIEN RAY XVAOIJNGTON . . Laurel, Juniors Greenwood, Miss. V. BIRNEY IMEs, JR. . - Columbus, . Columbus, Miss. RANnOI.PII KTLCE , .... Corinth, . . Oxford, Miss. TIIOM,is MCKELI, . . . Port Gibson, Pasczigoiila, VVII.I.IAM XV. c:l'6C'llXX'OOCi, . X'ickshIII'g, Greenwood. E. IIUOII CLINNINCII.-iM, JR., Greenwood JAMES HAI. .ANDERSON . EIIWIN MOirzON BROOKS VVIIIIAM BRINSON . . IDAVXD T. fl.-XK'l'IiR, JR. . JIM K. CUNNINc:IIfxM . ROIIERI' S. FORD . . . JOE FRENZ ..,.. JOIIN G. fi.-XRDNER, JR, RAY R. GRIl'iFl'l'II, JR. . JOIIN PETER II.-xIRs'I'ON PATRICK J, KENT . . . . .Corintl1, . Stzirkville, . Columbia, . .Oxford . . Vickslwurg, . Pnscagoulzi, kc Providence, La. . Columbia, . Columbia, . Crawford, Pziscagoula, Miss. ROBERT HUGHES NJENDEI. . . Vicksburg, Ml'I'CHEI.I. . . . Como, Miss. Sojvh O Ill 0l't'.X' Niiss. CuI.I.EN B. CURLEE, JR. . . . Rienzi, Miss. BERT ERVIN . . . . Crawford, Miss. JOIIN Q. POINDEXTER . . . Macon, Miss. XV. S. EMITREE, JR. . . . Como, Pfnlgfs Nliss. CI.IxUoE L. L.xMI1'I'ON, JR. . . Magnolia, Miss. Gus Cl..-XNTON Ni.-XXX'X'EI,I., JR., Columbia Miss. LLICIEN MINOR , .... . Macon, Miss. CII.xRI.Es R. NliBl,li'l'l' . . Morgan City, Miss, TARTIIUR RM' . . . . . . Rienzi, Miss. J.-xMEs SARTIN ..... llatticsburg, ROBERT SCOX"II.I.li .... Ilattiesburg, ARCIIIII.-xI.o STUROIVITNT, JR., Glendora, FRIINR P. S'I'uRnIvAINT, . . Glendora, XX'II.I.I.xM XV. XX'HI'I'IfIEI.n . . Picayune, II.-iRRi' E, XVILSON .... Columbus, lX'liss. Miss. lX1iss. Niiss. ' 'lun --lf' ,III4 . -' "fl ffl.. r 0 PAGE 80 0 Niiss. Miss. Nliss. Mi-'s. Niiss. Miss. Niiss. Miss. lWiss. Miss. Nliss. Miss Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. lN1iss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Niiss. .0 sql? 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CRIsI.ER . . VV. C. CROOM .... AnnO'IT L. FIQRRIS , JAMES S. FIS.-XCKERLY . ,ARTHUR HAYI-is. . . C'I..xRKE HOI.MEs. . R.IxI.PII JORII.-xx . C. LAWRENCE. . . livlzilflixfmi 1036 FR XTRLS IN L Rl'l5 CARI, CUER5 Joux lr.-XLKYISR PIIII.I.II' C.AxRx.x'I'II.xv XVIl,l.l.-XM F.xI,KxER J. XV. 'l'. l'i,XI.KNER MI'RR.xx' C. FALRXER IIR.-XTRITS IN I".xcL'I.T.xTI2 -A C. IIAMM DR. D.-win II. BISIIOP lrR.iXTRiiS IN kiNlVlZRSlT.'XTli Svzzinrs . . Columbia Miss. J. VV. T. F.fXI,KNER, IV , . . . Biloxi, Miss. D. M. FIEMINO, JR. . . . . . Biloxi, Miss. LEE D. HINES. . .' . . . Aberdeen Miss. IIOVVARD XVII,I,I.xMs,, JR .f Il niors . . Meridian, lViis.s CLYIJE V. M.xxwEI.I, . . XVest Point, Miss. Gm' MI'IcHEI,I,, JR. . Miss. ALLEN C. SIIOEMAKER , , . Tupelo, Miss. R. O. SIIEPHERII , . . . Vvoodville, Miss. ROBERT RXY . . SUf?ll0lll9I'l'.S' . llattiesbnrg, Miss. I.xMEs F.w lI.u,I. . . Aberdeen, Mis, MINOR I..-XNCITORID . . Greenwood Niiss. XVn.I,I,xM L. SE.uE . . . Yazoo Citv, lNiiss. ROIIERI C. SIIELRY , . . . . .UxfoI'd,lN1iss TOM XRYOOILJR. . . . . . .Oxford Miss, XV. B, XVXERIRS. , . . . Jackson, Nliss. BEN FRANK WII.I.I.xMs . AI'I:RIfi' l7L'l.'lTJN ..,., Jackson, Mi-s. lJ!t'llfjf'.V llolli' Springs, iNiiss. IAAl.BIiR'l MCLAUR XE , . lxiiss. flH.fXRl.liS lVI0l'l".Xl' , Holly Springs, lN'1iss. TOM MURPHREE. . . . . Memphis, Tenn. J. XV. PRICE . . . . . . Aberdeen, Niiss. XVINSION G. PRUIJE , . . VVest Point, Miss. I.. N. ROeRE'I"I'. . Jonestown, Miss. JAMES L. Roxzu.: , . . . Blaine, Miss. CI.ixN'I' M. SE.u' . llattieshurg, Miss. Iflars J. SMVIQIIE . . . Hernando Miss. VV. G. VTHAMES . . . . - Columlwia, lN'1iss. YV. ll SEALE, JR. . . . Meridian, Miss. HARRY R.xNsOME . . . . . Rockford, Ill. VV.I'I'I' H. DAXIEI. . . G. B, LInnEI.I.. , . . ILXVVRENCE MCDIIEF . . . H attieslau rg, Niiss. ROIIERI RAY FDVV.-XRD M. XVII.I.IAMs . . Aberdeen, Miss. ' I 4 tip-inc: ., r' ffl. -5 0 PAGE 82 U l'll0:uf'l'lA.' Violet JAMES STONE, JR. R. L. SUl.I.IV.-XX . .Oxf01'd, . Cleveland, Niiss. Miss. . . Ripley, Miss. Greenville, Miss. . . Pickens, Miss. . . Tupelo, Miss. . Meridian, Miss. . Meridian, Miss. . . Canton, Miss. . . Tupelo, Miss. . Meridian, Miss. Stringtown, Miss. Clarksdale Miss. . VV0odville, Miss. . Aberdeen, Miss. . Aberdeen, Miss. . McComb, Miss. . Senatobia, Miss. . . Jackson, Miss. Hattiesburg, Miss. . . Amory, Miss. Hattiesburg, Miss, . Meridian, Miss. Hattiesburg, Miss. . . Rockford, Ill. . . Jackson, Miss. . Jackson, Miss. . Aberdeen, Miss. . . Tupelo, Miss. . Senatobia, Miss. A 1rl'i ti . gag' fb' f 'K' , . 2 ' 'ZA U , - jg. :.,.I,f' 81,32 ',." .A . Ea I 1.4 Q X Q., , QA , Y. .-' , 1 , cf m fl "'5t' cm 1 ,.',VQA ,V 241 4:0 .4 9 P' .,, vu- a 'Y- Jqw, 'vnllSillN l'llll11illL.ll1llX1 I".1Ikn11 lflwrninu, T. ll. tw-nlc, XX'iIli:1ms. lst '11, EIII4-lid:--, Flu-lvi1:114l Iialv, Aluxxn-ll. Iwwxs, 'Wa-1' XYlIki11s, AI. ' ' ', Unk, li. I". XXIIIIIUTIS. HI-vlll, f'21lTlll1N'lI, Am--S, Fly Ilzlll. Ifl1l!l,4PV4l S +-llry, 'nl-l, Hr-11111-sv .lf11'1lzw11. .Xlnlf-1'su11, 15, Iluf-hzunnn, .I. lim-I'1:x11:111 , r'T' L' . ul'I'aIt. l'1'iw- P1'110m- Iifwlu-It I-luyzlls. t-Imly, Slllytllv. IIHIISUIH. anivl, E. Williams. Huy, sj+,IInn.Q, mjrislvr, I,uw1'z1l11,-P, I.id.1e-ll, lfrmnll. ,nu "" 'L "HAY 2 U "1 1 g 1 4'-f-gn J- 5-'fgwrd ' :- . 1 -I. 'Tyr 'ff'.9.'g'Fk,':A'55i' -' 'rx-iss, Fisackel ly. Mulluff. 0 PAGE 83 9 f r- , 'Q-A! 5 1 ' PHI DELTA THETA One lflundred Zlllli Ffllll Active lfhzlpters Colors: Azure and Argent Fl0fzL'I'1'.' VVlIite Carnation KIISSISSIPPI ALPHA CHAPTER E5lz1l1fi.vf11'd 1877 FRATRES BILL HARMON SAM T. VV,AT'l'S VVILI. FR.-ATER IN IN URDE LEWIS BEM PRICE FACLITATE CHARLES CHUCK SMALLING FRATR ES IN U NIVERSITATE Grnzlzmle JIMMIE CARPENTER. . . . Cleveland, Miss. Sen iorr ROBERT M. BOURDEAUX, JR. . Meridian, EARL VANDORN CATOE, JR. . . Wlebb, Miss. FRANK EVFRETIX, JR, . . Indianola, Miss iiENRY Y, FRAISER, JR, . Greenwood, FREDERICK M, GLASS .... Vilinona, Miss Miss Miss. RICHARD HAYES . . THOMAS XHATES Clarksdale, rIiH.-ADDEUS C. LOCKARD, JR. . Meridian, RICHARD CUNLIFF MCBEE . Greenwood CIEORGIE XVESLEY RAI' XVESTON SEGURA. . . JEFFERSON D, SMYTHE . . . Kosciusko, Miss. Jznziors JAMES H.XRRIS ARMSTRONG . . Vaiden, Miss. DAVE FRAISER . . . fi.-XRRARD BARRETT, JR.. . Greenwood, Miss. BEN F, HAND . . . CHESTER H. CURTIS . . Clarksdale, Miss. ROBERT HUGH PEGRAM. . Sojwhollzores GEORGE LAVVRENCE ADAMS . . Natchez, CEEORCI-I ALEXANDER EVERETT, Indianola, . Louisville, . Clarksdule, JOIIN BOWEN . . CHARLES FAIR .... . ROBERT NANCE . Miss. lWIss. Miss, lwiss. KIRBX' i1ARRELL . ROBERT PORTWOOD . ALBERT RUSSELL , BOVVDRE BANKS . . . I . . Senatobia, Miss. Pledges Miss Miss . VVest Point, . XVater Valley, S.-AM ATKINSON . . GEORGE HUI-'PALO JOHN R. .'AxBB0'l'f . ROBERT EXTKINSON . . . . . .Oxford, DAVIS FAIR , . . . . Louisville, Miss JIMMIE DEVANT . . McComb, Miss ROBERT FINLEI' . . . GlenAllen, Miss JAMES FRITI-I . . . . . McComb, Miss. FD XVESLEI' GATLIN .... McComb, Miss. ROBERT GARDNER . . . Greenwood, Miss. JAMES JOHNSON . . . . Senatobia, Miss VV.-ALTER VVELTY . 'n . Memphis, Tenn Miss. AVALLACE LIVINGSTON . VVILLXAM T. MCGEI-IEE CHESTER MCLARTI' . . LEE MCLEAN. . . CARUTHERS MOFFETT . CHARLES NICHOLS . IQENNETH PRICE . . LUTHER SPENCER . . ROBERT SWI'I'rENIaERG . JOSEPH WEST .... CAULEI' VVILLIAMS . . . .Jackson, Miss. . I , . Sw-,,,.,t-Q Y jf 0 PAGE 84 0 Greenwood, . . Jackson Greenwood, Vilaynesboro, . . Tupelo, . McComb, . Greenwood . .Oxford, . Hernando, . Louisville, . Greenville, . .Oxford, . Blaine, . ,Oxford, . Swiftown, . McComb, . Carrollton, . Lexington, . Clarksdale, . Clarksdale, Miss. Miss. Miss Miss. Miss Miss Miss. Nliss Miss Miss Miss. Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. we 4 Ay., Vx Fr C-1-" , -.. 'T 4 if TP l1ll'l'1'll1n'I, Inlim-1'-A1t.1':1lm', iilznsx, l!fm11lv:x11x. X. lru ll Ifwlalwl II1 ' nw Izly, l'1ll'fiN, ,Xl1rxMl'fsl1::, ll. lf'1:11svl', Ilnlnl, Aclulns. Ihvwwlx, lmxtxxwmml Iussefll, Bzmks, Num-w, ll. lin-lu-lt, V, Fair. lfillfvll. M--H+-I1--+A, MuI'l'1xlr N11-Ls-1111, Abbott, Atkixlsnll, Jwlxnsuu. Harwllwr. Iv. Fair, Ii111't'nl---1, SlH'H4't'l' -S. V H + Swittexmbelg, NiL'll0lS, XV1flty, XXX-st, YVillizm1s, Finlay. Atki11s1m. U. ., ' 91141-L A 9 PAGE 85 0 Flrmcrr'.' Pink Rose 'I'oIvI PINIQEx'IoN . . VVII.I.I.uI Busm' . . BERRY D. BROWN . WIIIIAM P. AvERII.L .IL'I.lL'5 NlL'II.VS'.'XIN . . XVII.I.I.xRn NTCILVVAIN Goknox DI'l'l'O . . . FRED BISHOP . JAMES MCLLIRE . . jonx VVI'I'IIEIIsIfonN BETA THETA PI Ifiglity-eiglit Active Chapters B IYINA B ICTA C H A PTE R E.vl1Il1li.vl1rI1 IS79 FRATIZR IN FAC L' LT.-XTE Dk. ALFRED H LIME FRATER IN URBE DAVID Ii. HUGHES 1fR,xTR IES IN U N IVIZRSITATE . . Ot'IIl0I'5 VVayIIeshoro, Miss. AUBREY McML'I.I,EN . . Harrieslmrg, Miss. R.XLPH JONES ..... jonx RAMEY . . . . . Oxford, Miss. fzuziors . . . Sidon, Miss. RICHARD MCLLYRE .BI':1nsford,Conn. FRED VANN . . Sophnnz offs WII.I.mM CNSSEDY . . . Brookhaven, Miss. . Pascagoulri, VVayneshoro . Greenwood . Pascagoulzi . .Oxford . Meridian 1 Pfvzlgvs Nllss Miss. Miss. Nilss Nliss iwiss CI.Eo TIIIGG . J. VV. KENT' . . . . J. S. iVICCI.EI.l.AN JOHN E. C.-xRRU'I'II JOHN A. JOHNSON PAUI. Busm' . . I L 0 PAGE 8o 0 - -wuss-4: 'iff L -. Colors: Pink :Ind Blue . . Sumner Greenwood . . Oxford, . lN1eridiaII VVII ynesbo ro, Hollandzlle . . Sumner, . McComb . .Leland Hattiesburg, Miss. Miss. Nliss Niiss Miss. Nfiss. Miss Niiss. Miss. Miss. ,,, rag, Am ff' -o KCLE didn' 175 lktikfllll, Iiuuu-y, Jwm-5. I5I'1lXVIl. M4-I.ux'e. Al1'UU'f4fll, Bislmq., YYirlxe1 spm,-11, .I. M-:I!wain, Trxgg, Jwflmsun. 0 PAGE 87 0 Flourr: Pansy Esialzlisllrd as BEN CEUIDER. . . HUGH A. HOPPER . HARVEY CARTER . . CECIL SMITH . . XVAl.i.ACE JACOBSON DAVE BERNARIJ . JOHN Nonux . BRUCE BASS . . RUBBER XYATI-IS . VV. C. REED . . . HoRACE IlAwKlxs ICAR1. BRYAN . . -. if- fr A if A' B 1' DELTA TAU DELTA Colon: Purple, VVhite, and Gold Seventy-five Active Chapters PI CHAlYI1I1:R Rzzinlwfu: l"ran'rni1y, 1343, I,'o115nlidz1l1'd fwilll Drlla FRATRIES ix LlNlVERSl'l',-XTI2 fiffllfllllft' Stlnlvnt A. T. BRILEY ....... Corinth, Miss. Seniors . Vicksburg, lwiss. BUD Icou .... . . . Corinth, Miss. FRANK HAWKINS . Juniors . Clfirksdale, Miss. Srixsox Coom' . . . , .jaCkson, Miss. C'1,ARE SCE .ANDERSON EIERBIE I-IoI.MEs ..., Yazoo City, Nliss. Soplzonzores . . Columbus, Nebraska . , Sioux City r1lHOMAS Youxo . . Pledges , Iowa . . jackson, Miss. . . Hazelhurst , hliss. . . Hazelhurst, Miss. . . ,l2lCkson . . Vaiden . . Corinth , Miss. , Bliss. , Miss. LERoY VVHEI..-XX . . BINI-'ORD SPENCER . JACK l'IAR'l'Sl-'IELD , Blu. RICHARDSON . JOHN BEACH . . , HARREL1, MONCER . HERBERT REEDER , . 1 fur- . as'.:.1.-0- 0 PAGE 88 0 Tau Ijflfll, 1386 , Springfield, . . Vaiden, . .-Iackson, . .jackson, . Vicksburg, . Carthage, Port Gibson, . .0xford, Philadelphia, VVest Point, . Vicksburg, Ohio Miss, lWiss. hfliss. hfiiss. Miss. Miss. Miss Miss. Miss. Miss. . Haynesville, La. 1 I J' TE' ' .1'Z".7 l ' "1" 5-,L-'.'L'7 , , . Vg- " l . . f 1-Q . , .7 - . . yy, , ,I . "' as ,:- 'S V TAO yi? S' pn. -unh- .aw JY S. 1? wiv Qu 'lv mn. W I2l'il1-y, Gllhlm-1', llupyu-lj I". llzuxkilns, In-wing l'JAl'l4'I', Smith, Hnlnn-s, .l:uw.hsmm. I-11-r1x:11wl, Nulnlin, Hass, Yum-s, In-wi, H. Ilnxxliins, Uryzm, XYlmI--11, Iinrtsri--141, livuwI1, Mauser if 1.7f35'if lb 0 PAGE 89 0 SIDNEY CHILTON , . LUCIAN M. FERRIS . .ALLAN FETTERMAN . MADISON BUTLER . . JOHN M. CALHOUN . MONCURE DABNEY . JAMES EATON . . . CHARLES FERRILL, . HUGH SAM HOPKINS THOMAS M. KEESEE . JACOB E. ALFORD, JR. THOMAS Y. MINNIECE ROBERT P. POWELL . JAMES ASHFORD . . BILLY ATKINSON . . JOHN BARRETT . . . ERIC BIEDENHARN . ALEX BREYER . . . JOHN FERRILL . . JAY HARRIS . . Lg.. I ff '. KAPPA ALPHA Founded 1865 Colors: Crimson and Gold l"lofwf'r.' Magnolia and Red Rose Sixty-eight Activ e Chapters ALPHA L7 PSILON CHAPTER Ertablixlmd F RATRIZS IN A. MOTH ERSHED 1900 UREE DR. F. M. PURSER FRATIER IN FACULTATE DR. XV. I.. KENNON FRATRES IN UN IVERSITATE Seniors Starkville, Miss. Vicksburg, Miss. . JacksoII, Miss. OLIVER H. IIOPKINS . JACK MCDILL . . ROBERT VVELLS, . . . Raymond, Miss. HUGH B. GILLESPIE, JR. . - . Alligator, . . Mt. Olive, Crystal Springs, Juniors Miss Miss. Miss. THOMAS IVICXVHORTER ROBERT L. PULLEN . STOKES V. ROBERTSON, JR . Hickory, . Jackson, . Jackson, . Meridian . Aberdeen . Jackson . . Gulfport, Miss. CHARLES L, ROUNSAVILLE . . Tunica, . . MeridiaII, Miss. JAMES VV. STRONG . . Columbus, . . Lula, Miss. XVILLIAM XV. XVATKINS . . Aberdeen, . . Helena, Ark. JAMES T. SINCLEY . . Meridian, Sophollzorrs . - McComb, Miss. XVILLIAM G. SOURS . . . Jackson, , . . Meridian, Miss. THOMAS VV.-XLKER . . Meridian, . . . Powell, Miss. HENRY VAUGHAN XVATKINS . Jackson, I Iwlges . Pocahontas, Miss. 'FHOMAS HOPKINS . . . . . . Lula, - . Pickens, Miss ROBERT MCCLATCHEY . . . Indianola . . . Terry, Miss OLIVER ORMAND . . . . Forest, . . Vicksburg, Miss. FRED ROGERS .... . . Porrerville, . Meridian, Miss. JAMES ROGERS . . . Hattiesburg . . Meridian, Miss. O'DELI. A. SANDERS . . . XValls, . . . McComb, Miss. CLYDE A. VVATKINS . Aberdeen, CHARLES XVILLIAMS . . Benoit, Miss. - eva' iff! 9 PAGE 90 0 Miss Miss. Miss Miss Miss Nliss Miss Miss. Miss Miss Miss Nliss Niiss Miss. Miss Miss Miss Bliss Miss Miss f? ,Q P15- 2-K- :On 1 - 4 ' - W :IE f 04-3:-ima .' 'gf Q- 2:3 ugh N .. ' fb , KL an f! O. H. l'll'lllIiillS, Mvllill, IN-ttv1'11m11. NY, XYZIIIUIISQ Suurs, Siuglvy, Stl-mmg, Hutluer. I:flLlllSilX'iHl'. llulvfl'LS011, 1". Fe-r'1'ill, Fm-rriss. AIlJxXvllUl'fDI', K1-eSve'. -Xlfurfl. Walkvr, Sdlllll-'l'S, lf, llmlgvlw, .I. Rl,l1lg'IY'lS. O1-111311. Barrett. Biwden- lHI'l1, Bu-ye-r, Aslll'-'11'4l, Al1'1,'lut1:lwy, J. Fvrrill, Atkilmfqxl, XVilliams. T. Hupkins, 47. XY:1tl:ms. 0 PAGE 9I 0 r .Y . is Us U, 7, V 1 's X KAPPA SIGMA Colorx: Scarlet, Green :Incl VVhite F1nfw1'r.' Lily of the Valley One llunclrecl Illlil liiglit Active Uhzipters IJIQLTA Xl CHAPTER IllXfllll1i5lll'i1' 1926 FR.X'1'RES IN Lllllili IRA I.. lYl0RIIAN BAXTER ELI.l0'l"lA FRATRES IN F.XCL'LTA'I'I? DR. A. L. BONBURANT DR. C'IIARI.Es S. SVONOR DR, JOHN C. f'lll.l.EY II. M NIURSI5 l'lRATRl5S IN LlNlVlZRSl'I'.XTli fjfllllllllfl' Sfllllflll SAM BRIDGES IIFRRON . . . . Durant, Miss. Seniors LAVVRENCE P. GWIN . . . Natchez, Niiss. HUBERT A, NORRIS .,.. Qnitman, Miss. ROBERT I.. SM.-'kl.l.VVO0D . New Albany, Miss. JAMES GI.oVER VVILKINS JAMES IIERMAN .ADAMS . . . Ripley, XVILLIAM .ARTHUR BACON . . Durant, PEYTON S. IRBY . . . . . Grenada, EI.I.IS II. I..-XTI lV1CNElI. BARTLING, JR. , . ltta Benn, JOHN L. GR.-XEIZER ,,,. Yazoo City, CHARLES LESLIE CSRAY . . . Meridian, FMMET DEAN KEMP, JR. . Sanatorium, HUGH L. NICHOLS .... Lexington, XVEI.I.s VVAYN I,oRENzo l'l0l.CUMBE AOAMS . . Ripley, 'IQHOMAS L. LAMB ..... Euporzi, G, VV. VANDERBURG . . VVater Valley, XVILLIAM F. iVl0N'l'G0lVIERY . Goodman, ROBERT BRUCE SMITH . DOUGLAS VAROAMAN . JOHN GETTIS LEE . . C'IIARI.ES R. NELSON . . ROBERT LANE BURNS . XVILLIAM T. CRAVVFORD MARION M. PIAMBRICK Ripley, . .Rosedale, . Booneville, Brownsville, . Booneville, , Matliiston, Brooksville, VVll,l.l.-'KM A. JAMES C0l.l,llZR S'I'EwART XVARREN M. S'IliX1'AR'l' DON DAVIS rIl0VVSIiND . . H rooksvil l e, Nliss. jllllifllll' Miss. J, En SAMMS .... Bliss. ,lflli ARCHER STARNES . Miss. JOHN STEPHENS . . Charleston, Cliarleston, . VVinona, . Meridian, Brooksville, Lexington, MER .,... Okolonzi, Miss. Sojwlzuzlznws Niiss. -lL'I.l0 B. ROBINSON . Centreville, Miss. -l0SliPll JACOB STEVENS Clarksclale, Miss. ,l. XV.Xl.'IliR l'i.-XCKSTROM Leziksville, Miss. XVIl.l,lAlVl ll. BRAIIEN . . Natchez, Miss. DAN lN10NRUli RUSSELL . . . Gulfport, IC XVOOOV ..,. Bnnkie, La. Pledges lxiiss. VV.-Xl.'I'l'lR ROBERT JONES . Belzoni, Miss. PIIIIIIP NIARVIN SMITH . . . Tchula, Miss. NAT lX'lCfiEE ...,.. Rosedale, Miss- ,loE R. STEVENS ..... Mathiston, Miss. EDVVIN RANOOLPII NOBLE . . Fayette, Bliss. fili0RfIli RUSSELL VVATSON . Pelahatchie, Bliss. JAMES .AI.BIiR'l' CENNINGIIAM, Booneville, Miss. PAUI. J. QUIN .... VVater Valley, Niiss. l'l0MliR D. CURLEY , . . Clarksdale, Miss.. JOSEPH VV. DL'CKVVOR'I'lI . . Booneville, Miss. SllIRl.liY LIVINGSTON . . .Tunica, KTOVVAN . . . Koseuisko, Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss Miss Miss. Miss Miss Miss is M Miss. Miss Miss. Miss Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss ..., J 'fa' .He 0 PAGE 92 ' P 1 IJLIVIIIII :Q any Q -H . 1? 1 ,.. Q 11: Q X. X-Vi,-ff: ,f M G 0 K Q Q-ff 9 W "' W ,4- 0" or IU' Q, l 111. AU Th f ... 'fi JF' lh,-1'1'o11. XY. Stmxwurt. ". Stwwnlw, 'l':-xxlzswlld. PYIIVUII. Stzxrnwri, RUSS-fll, YYHH-lx " S. Kwlnp, Lilllllul X':l,llnl1'l'I!1II'2. Aluxngmxx--ry, Il. Smith. .Il-11445, St-Nwglmf NulwlcS, XVZIISUII, Aflaxnms, ffllllllillgllfllil, Qjllillll. Lluv,-kw-rrrll, limvzxll. it-auoswiflau.-r-.S .1o- 'A Til- iP4Mf51'Q?' . 'if L' 0 PAGE 93 0 091 Nik 0 u I 0 .A . " ' 0. 0 'Q ' ,' Q UQ 3 X, g . -0" 5 .1 e l . lx .qos , .4 , Q l 5ll ALPHA TAU OMEGA Founcled 1865 C0l0f.v.' Blue Zlllil Gold 1"lofw1'r.' XVhIte Tea Rose Ninety-live Active Chapters MISSISSIPPI DELTA PSI CHAPTER E5lz1l1!i.tl1I'rl l92j' FRATRES IN UREE HON. VVRIGIIT PATTOX DR. ELGENE BRAMl.E'l"l'E, JR. HON R. X. VVILLIAMS ROBERT L. KIRRIYOOD, JR. FRATRES IN FACLLTATE DEAN A. XV. MILDEN COACH C. M. SMITH FR.-XTRES IN LINIVERSITATE Sev1io1'5 GEORGE H. BARTON .... Jackson, Miss. CHAS. A. POLLARU . . . Greenwood, Miss. VVll.I.I.-XM O. CLARK . . . . Biloxi, lNIiss. VVII.l.IAM J. PYI.E . . . . Iuka, INIiss. HOXVARD Q. DAVIS .... Indianola, Miss. JAMES PETE RUBY . . . . Tchnla, Miss BAILEY FRIDGE . . . . . Magnolia, IN'IIss. WILLIAM K. 'I'RIMI2LE . . Alexandria, La. ELKIX S. JACK. . . . Houston, Miss. XVII.I.I.-'IM XVILSON , . . Ruleville, Miss. Juniors VVILLI.-KM R. ARMSTRONG . . . Houston, Miss. THOMAS F. GAINES . . . Memphis, Tenn. LESTER CARRLITH .... Brookhaven, Miss. QIEORGE A. GUNTER , . . Kilmichael, Miss. GEORGE T. IVICCLINTOCK . . Belzoni, Miss. Soplzonznrfs JOHN H. :ALLEN . .... Iuka, Miss. XVALSER V. PROSPERE . IVashington, Miss. HAROLD PISIIUMAS ...... Mobile, Ala. Pledges XVILLARIJ A, IIARXES . . . Mc-Cool, Miss. FOSTER P. COPELAND . . . Belmont, Miss EARL BEALI. , .... Philadelphia, Miss. PALII. CSOODMAN . . . . . Iuka, Miss IVIARCIIS BEDDINGEIELD. . . Meridian, Miss. SAM MCCUNE , . . . . . Estes, Miss. GWYNNE BRENT ...... Ethel, Miss. BEN F. MCRAE . . . . . Iuka, Miss. ALBER'I' CARRUTH , . . . Brookhaven, Miss. SILAS REDD .... Philadelphia, Miss JAMES A. CLARK, JR. , . . Ruleville, Miss. JETSOM 'I'ATLIIvI . . . Meridian, Miss BILL NEELY ' 'fbfcrw' I New Alhzlnyy INIISS. 9 PAGE 94 0 inf -1' sr- 1 v'f'12 va... 6 '33 'QF ,-:P-5 I 3 R. uw X . 3 . 11: ,gr G M' x www-ff"""'v,.9.. - fi:E1fx in "'0' img 'M 1 Y! -N 5, Imvis, Pylv, Juwk, Huhyv, Trimlalv, l'ulI:'1rcl, Frirlgze-, -nslwre, S4-nrt, Gzliuvs, lhlntvr, l'2lI'l'llIh, Alle lmmas, CU1YE'lH.1l1l, McRae, Rvall, Bruut. Barmfs, Gnugfllhllll. Redd, M4g1'jlx11v, Clark, 0 PAGE 95 0 Colors: Gold and VVhite PI KAPPA PHI l7ot'ty-two Avtive CIIZIIHCIF ALP! IA IAXKIIEIDA CIPIAPTICR Flofwr'r.' Red Rose lfslrllzlislwii 1027 FILVFRIQS IN URBE JOHN BYRUN liAliIlRIf2lI'l' MARVIN Fnw.xRn lirmoucx Srmui NiCEl,ROY FR.Y1'ER IN F.-XCl'I.'l'.XTli DR. JAMES R, Simms, AIR, FR.YrREs IN l,iNIVliRSIT.-X'l'F Clfllllllllfl' Rxcu.xRn iAI,lHiR'l lx1Ill,IiR . . . Drew, Miss. Sl'lIiUI'.V RQME TLVRNER DABBS . . . Shannon, Miss. FRANK E. I.0wRANcE . Oxford, J11 Hifi rs DORIC IDEBELI. H.fxKrfs . . Catchings, Miss. Dixvln P. Ilxnns . . . Shannon, FRANK K. HUGHES , . Ktwssuth, Miss. N. C0I.r,INs HOUSE . . . , Enid, I.LfNsr'oRn CASEY . . . I.:n1rel, Niiss. jnnx DYER , . . . Van Vleet, Snplm Ill nrrs FRANK CARTER . . . Shannon, Miss. BLONDE' S. HENRY , . , Darling, I,fl'llgl'.Y YALLEN Co1.t.xNs. . . Shannon, Miss. J.-xcK R0nlNsoN . . . Batesville, filiflllflli I-l'mRtnGE . . . Meridian, Nliss. JAMES H. Rosle . . VVE'st Helena, l,YNwoon A. fr.-'XRRE'I"l' . . , Oxford, Miss. ,IIiROMIi C. Su.-xw . Slate Springs, 'l'11oM.xs LANG ILYRYEY . . Mzlthisttmli, Nliss. RonER'r F. XV,t1.1.AcE . University, j.xcK IIm.MEs. . , . , Oxford, Miss, jour: Ii. VV.xRn . . . . Darling, JOHN N1CCRACKIiN , . llnghes, Ark. N, I.. VVHI'I'VVELI, . . . Lambert, IIIYRYEY E. M.tsoN . . linvcntnmm, Miss. CHARLES I'IEROn VVISE . . llnghes, - .Y-,,,., ' iff.. .f f r' 4'-f 0 PAGE 95 9 Nliss Miss Miss Miss Nliss Miss Ark Niiss Niiss Miss Niiss Ark 3 lj , F. gif. ' Qu.. 419' hw ai' 7-kr wy- .AOP ill:-r, I,f.wyg,11w.-, ll. Imlmf, I-yu-1, v':+s.'y, Iluulw-, I-', Imhlwi 11.,11s4-, link, M '4ill'Kl,'I', Hvlwy. 6:1111-tt. Vfvllins, litlu-willuv, lIfll'XQ'j', M"1'1':u:Iu1z, Mnsfm XYhiIxx--ll, llwsv-, XY:411l, XX':1Wl:ug4f, XYis1-. ' PAGE 97 0 .ng tg., Cnlnnf: Hlnvk, XVhite nnfl Gold C'I,n-lox M. lives .,.. Iloiucia CX XV.x'rKIxs, JR. . Il. P. Univ:-:K ..... XV. Ii. l5liNMAN, JK. , . NM- Uwiix, JR. . . . Blix M, C'.Xl,DVVliI,I. . . . Isixe D. Iiiaxsox, JR. . . Dunmiv li. BRIDIIFOIVIII . . Uuxus K. cililz, . XV, B. Romikis ...... Cnixxrrzs Enwix CLTMMINGS . . I.. D. Rl'l'1'r:k ..... . JACK K. XVn.snx .... Ii,xRxias'r D. Rm'Kol,os . . JACK llI,MIiR .... . J.xMlas BVIiS'l'liRlfIlil,D . . li'H.'XRl.liS BVliS'I'liRl7IliI.D , . DOLTGIAS Diaixx . . . . JACK B1.x'1m1ws. . . EUGENE ll. NEIL . . . Jonx N. SL'LI.IVAN'l' . . IJICK IIARRIS .... FLOYD B. Bkowx . ICPSIIA JN Xl CHAI" 0" m - A ', , Ib K . W SIGMA NU l"u1111J1ul 1360 Une Ilnnulrecl Active Chap I:'.vl1ll1lixl11'fl 1037 1"R.x1'Rlis IN llNIvisRs1'1',x'1'i2 S171 inn' fu niurs Sofwh o nz orfzv Pfcvfgrx 0 PAGE 98 0 l'I'R Flmcrf.' NYl1ite . Montieello, . . Quitmnn, . . . Tippo, . Greenwood, . . Gulfport, . Chzirleston, . ..-Xngnilla, . Nesbitt, . Carrollton, . .Gulfport, Brownston, In i . .Tnpelo, . . . Clinton, . Hattiesburg, . . filllfpnrt, . Columlaia, . Columliia, . . Caseilla, . . Gulfport, . . f'arr0llton, . Charleston, . Charleston, . .Caseilla, Rose Miss Bliss. Bliss. Bliss. Bliss Bliss. Bliss. Bliss. Miss Bliss. diana Bliss. Bliss. Miss. Bliss. Bliss Bliss, Bliss. Bliss. Bfliss. Miss. Miss. Miss. .up-N. if T ff dk: WN .W .nv , W. N fif A Q3 5521? fi' 3. 5' Y? f -vn- 5 s! ...- 1 17 9' If 'Tux-N XY:x1lQins, tvlixw-V, IM-nmsm, Hxu-11, I':1l1lwvll, Ilvllsf-xl, Hriulpge-Iwltll lwv lint..-rts. 'lllllllllll N .I, XX'vswl'li,-Ill, l'. XXX-st--x'liwI4l, IPPZIII, Mzlttllvxx N1-il, Sullivim, Harris, 9 PAGE 99 0 Q? . 0' tg PI KAPPA ALPHA lfiglity Avtivt- Chapters Culor.r.' Garnet and Gold Ci.-XNINIA lt DT.-X CllAl"l'lCR l:.vnibli.vln'.l 1027 l'R.x'1'i:i.s ix l.'Rl3!f -Iarx tloioios' juries R. Kxupnr C. E. Sroucn l"R.vrRiis ix l'l.XL'l'I.'I'.Yl'Ii '1. A. ISICKIERNIIHAIA' G. C'l.A1u-:Nou CARLSON l'iR.X'I'Rl2S ix l'NlVIIRSI'l'.X'l'li Svzzinrs I.i'Nx D. .'XBliRN.Xl'IlY . . Pontotoc, Miss. PR.i'1'r Ikm' . . . . Oxford, jonx li, .3Al.llRIDfIh . . . . XVinona, lwiss. B, 'l'. lNil'I'L'IIEl.l. . . Guntown, S. I.i'I.H Iixllis ,..... Uloster, luiss. R.xl.Pn Sxriiin , . . . Pontoroc, fikfbkfili C. C'.-xkrsox .... Quitman, lN1iss. Arifkrin Mookk . . . Hattiesburg, II.xRm' Mookia GR.xn.xM , . Mcrirlian, Kiiss. Viiitxifk S. l'Iol.MEs . .... Lexis-, Ilifxki' tiitam l'iI.0VVl-lRS . . Sinithdale, Miss. j1HIi0I'5 litfrzn I. flfWK'SER'l', jk. Goodman, Nliss. XVIl.l.I.XM M. Siioiaiwuixan . Iiernando, lituox lIL'l'ciii1Rsnx . . jackson, Miss. ITRANK Llxnsm Svlnni . . . Tupelo, Boxxnf U. lV1Cf".XRI.!2Y Gnntown, Miss. IZUVVARD Masks' . . . . Goodman, Sofwlzonzorrs Hron M. B.inni.iax' . VVatcr Valley, Bliss. VVlI.l.l.XM P. lxlIfCIlEl.l. . Gunrown, ljlnlgrx Malcolm l5.XX'I'lzR . Hernando, Miss. C'oi.ox MCNEASH . . . Sumrall, Kmtmii ll. Axniiksox . Sinnrall, Miss. XVII.l.IAM 'l'. lN1.xnRi' . . Goodman, Romani' Con , . . . . l.amlwc-rt ixiiss. Joi: C. NIl'lL'liIil.I. . . Tylertown, Srnwriir C, C'.xMi-iniri. . Durant lwiss. bl. C. Nr:n.1., . . . , Carrolltown li. A, Cox .... . Marks, Miss. NLXRION A. OL'sI.i1x'. . Goodman Cll.XKl,liS XV, Diaxirw . Marks, Niiss. C.Xl'lS.XR Ross, . , . Pelahatchie, XVn,i.1.xM R. I':l.l.lS . Lexington Nliss. IIOMER S. XV.-XTKINS . . Noxapater, fllilnk I.. llormias . . . . Lexis lxliss. Grgoiuzii XV. VVxs:'l'rik . . . lloulka, Lil RFYS 'l'. KliYNlfIJ't . Natvhcz, lwiss. Toon A. XVoonRti1-'F , . Batesville, Svoi 1' lirnxcx 0 PAGE I - . 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NUM NRA. Miw MN Mlw. NUM I 1 ...Ja 1 H!i!i""rm!vr.LeLi: : --" nr- ---:fl ,fin ,gen 40" g.,tE..i5.f'f, fcgq L'-fx u N x 'eg' NX-J :pi li G' Ilwlmvll, S1u114,f':xIli-lll. I.l-Hhswluu. I'. IVHNIN, 1 nl QII 1 I Iwxs-y, ll:11'uf-ll. ll--lmf, .llvlxnsmy l,yN.'s Nlf. , -, . lmmluwmxfw. l xf XXI111.. XXl1r'my, All Lauzlulm 0 PAGE I03 0 1' -- Imxw, I' 1 x XI m-'mn rx r- Colors: Royal Purple :ln '1'oMM1E DUNN DAN F1.oYD . . Ifxun P.bx'r'1'oN . , ..C, V. H. TORREY . l'iDVVI N I I .x YM .ix Y ,AL'Dl.ER l'i.Yl0N lfI,BliR'I' Honors IiL'r:rwi-3 lNIuCut B, -1, boss, jk. R.xi':s1oNn PARK l lim. Imoxx . . 'S E5- .."-' mgu' A Tile '- ' Q i QI ' S SIGMA PHI EPSILON Founded If0I I d Red l"lf1u'r1'5.' Anicricam SlXff"Nt'Yl'll Active Chapters MISSISSIPPI ALPHA CHAPTICR lfslalzliilml 1938 Fknkizs rx Ukmf BR.XMl.E'I"l'li Rom:R'1's XV. II. Roinakrs l"R,xTR1is IN LlN1vi5Rs1T.xTE Sl'lli0IA5' 'lrirkstlznlc-, Misx. R.XI.Pll XVlI.I.l.XMS . . . . Sardix, Mix-. VV. D, Lowli . . . Juniors . . . 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C.-XRfll.lNli HAI,I. , NANCY ARRAY . , ANN BOURIJE.-AUX. . . CoL'R'I'ENAY DAVIS . . lVI.XRY .ALICE FA'I'llliRlilZ . JULIA Fl'I'ZGliRAI,D . . xl.-XRY IQYEIYN li.-XRRli'l'l ICRIN GIYIN. . . . . I,ll,I,l.XN GLENN . . KA'I'III,IiEN Honr:Es . I.oI'ISE HoRN. . . l,oL'ISE HowARn. . . Al.lCli ll.XI.'l'flN JoIINSoN JEAN JACKSON . . . liENEVlliYE MCBEE , . HEl.liY IfRANrEs McGovI' I,AnY Nl.-XRY MARTIN . FRANCES iNlAXXX'El.l. . CHI OMEGA lFUllllkit'Cl IS95 I'.iglIIy-seYeII Active Chapters TAI' CHAPTFR E.VfIl1Ill.VlIl'Il 1890 SURURIES IN leilillli Flofwrri VVlIite Carnation Nl i ss. Miss Miss Nliss Miss Miss. Bliss Miss. MI s Nliss Nliss Bliss. Nliss Miss. lwiss ixflhs Miss Miss Miss Miss Nliss Miss. Miss Niiss Miss. Miss MISS lXl.XRY V. RoI,ANn MRs. XV. I.. KEYNON MRS. FARQVEAR MRS. IRA I.. iX1ORGAN MRS. R. J. FARI.EY MISS ciliRAI.D lEA'I':vIAN MRS. ANNE BRowN MRS. E. I.. IEATMAN MRS. A. L. li0NDL'R.-ANT MRS. FRANK PIIRSIQR MRS. .AMY J0IINSoN SURURIIS IN L'NIVliRSl'l'.'XTlZ cRI'IlIllllll'l'.Y . Greenwood, Miss. I.oL'ISIi LoYE . ..... Yazoo City ACXFS r1iRL'S'l'Y , .... Grenada, Miss. Srniors . Coflfeville, Miss. HIaRMINE NICBEIQ .... Greenwood . . Tupelo, Nliss. fi.-XRXI-IT S'l'URDlV.-ANT . . Glendora, . Jackson, Miss. NIQII. Y.KRllflRfJl'Gll . . . Pickens, .llllIffll'5 . . Tunica, Bliss. FRANCES HOLMES .... Hernando, . Greenwood, Miss, lEnI'I'II MCL.'XR'l'X' . . . VVarer Valley, . Glendora, Miss. Nl.-XR'l'll.X JANE lNlCLARTY, XVater Valley, . Carrollton, Miss. FRANCES VVI'I'I'Y ..... VVinona, Sofwlzoniorrx . Hernando, Miss. Nikki' JANE N.-Xl,l. . . . Horn Lake COURIENAY TINnAI.I. . . . Indianola, Miss. Pledges . . 'I'uniea, Miss. lfSllil.l.li iN'lYl'IRS . . . Cleveland, . Meridian, Miss. liI,I.EN MCCKJRMICK . . . VVaynesboro . Magnolia, Miss. FRANCES OSRORN .... Greenwood, . Quitinan, Miss. FRANCES SCRUGGS . . . Greenwood, . Clarksdale, Miss. MARJURIE SELF , . . . . Marks, . . Oxfui-il, Miss lVl.XRlli CRITZ SMITH . . . XVest Point, . Greenwood, Miss. JANE S.XI.lNDl'IRS . . . . Jackson, . . Oxford, Bliss. fIEl.0lSE SEGIIRA . . . . . Jackson . . Okolona, Miss. MARY S'I'REE'I' ..... Popularville . . XVinona, Bliss. BESSIE C'I.YnE S'I'INGI,EY . . Meridian, . . Meridian, Miss. AlliSSlE SIYIITII ...... Indianola, . Lexington, Miss. lN1.XRY 'IQURNPQR . . . . Philadelphia, . Cleveland, Miss. lVlARC.'lRliT TRL'S'I'Y' , . . Grenada, . Greenwood, Miss. JANE VIRDEN . . . . Greenville, AN . Rosedale, Miss. EI.0ISE VVILKINS . . Grenada, . . Anguilla, Miss. OIIIIELIA VVEAR , . Oxford, . Pickens, Miss. iNl.XRG.-'KRET VVEBB . . Xvebb, n..'u'OiP1li9Ih x ' in 0 PAGE l08 0 4' -as 34" x, v Q ,,,, -- I fs A 'Y I J ' , + gm. Q, 1 we X As if . 4.1 IIGIQIP f ,5 A 6 sf ...Jil ik 4- A ' .x I A Q ---Milla? +L nlllh- 4 1:52 , . , v ERN , ., 1 L .I :::j Il A 'Q , x :IIIIQM X if ., ,W P :-:-,- f - 1 Q 6. ,4 2, ' . 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Rose Mks. lfuu, CoERs l,0NX'IS Nokousi' . lVllNNlli l3RlSflliR . DEI.EsI.i'N lN'1okG.xN I.xLfNI'I.x G.xINIas . l7I.0RENCE HAWKINS HELEN EI.I.Is . . MARY MCGINNIS, JANICE CoI.OI'I'I"I' . FRANCIS FURII . . M.xRGixRE'r LAKE . Ni.-XRGARI'l'I' BREVARII Doi' Ross ,... FI,Iz.xr:E'I'II Moss . VIRGINIA PIIII.I.II's . Brossom R.iI.s'r0N , liI.I.EN S.,xLfNnEks . I,ADY'l00R. , . . NIARY FLIAEN D.xI,II RL"I'II F.-xvoL'RI'I'Ia . RAMlil.I.li I2AsoN , I-'orty-nine Avtivt- Cllllpll'I'S ALPHA Dlfl .TA CHAPTER Ind XVlIi:e Carnations Miss. Miss. lw'Il5N. lN1ir'S Miss. lVlisS Miss Miss Miss Miss M. M. Miss lWiss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Tenn. Miss. lN1iss. 155. ISS. EJI1Il1li.rM'd 192.1 Sokomis IN lklllilf Mus. CIII'cK SM.xI.I.ING MRS. MORSE Miss FLISE FOGG SoRoIzEs IN L7NIvI5ItsI'rIxTI1 K.x'InItiN Hhklilikl .... jackson, Nllss. Sfniors . Lexington, lhiiss. lN1.,xRx' CiIl,l,ESPll-Z . . . Raymond . . Yazoo City, Miss. C'IIAI:I,f.'I'I:z C.-xriaks . . . jackson, . Itta Rena, Miss. FI.oRA I.oGAN . . . . Malvina, fu lllUl'.!' . llernando, Niiss. .ALICE V. I3IiNM.xN . . Greenwood, . . Corinth, lxdiss. l70R0'I'llY 'I'IIoMI'soN . . Greenville, S0f7llOlllUI't'X . Rosedale, Miss. i.lNl'l'A AI.nIaInGE , . VVinona . . Sartlis, Miss. l':l,ISli C.-xPI2R'I'oN , . Tunica . Beulah, Miss. I.u'II,E LoG.iN . .XValina, IJIl'l1fjf'.S' . Clayton, lNliss. fiER'iRL'lll-I lfL'R'I' . . Gunnison, . Maud, lVliss. b.Xl.I.lli LEA H.xI.I. . . . jackson, . Dundee, lxriiss. NI.xI:i' JANE I,i'I,E . . Louisville, . . Canton, Miss. VIRGINIA YOUNG ..... Corinth. . Huntsville, Ala. ANNIE LALIRIIQ llARG1s . . Oxford, . Memphis, Tenn. PoI.I,i' COPPACF . . . . . . Rosedale, . Clarksdale, lxiiss. lVlARi' FRANCISS VVYXNE . . Rosedale, . Memphis, Penn. ANNIE HUGHES -IoIINsoN , Greenwood, Rolling Fork, Miss. I,.xI'R.x Bk.xnIfoRn . . . . . VVehh, . Gulfport, lwiss. JIMMIE K.X'l'Ii joIINsoN . . Memphis, . . Gulfport, Miss. QIAXE BRENT ..... . Laurel, . Hernando, lNiiss. lNl.XR'I'llA KNIE JoIINsoN . . . 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MARY NIiIl.l, . . . . Oxford, Miss RLITII FINLEY .... Holly Springs, Miss. SI-IIRLEY ROEERSON , . . . jackson, Miss MARIANNE HICRS ..... Laurel, lWiss. GI..-IIIYS SMITII . . . Hammond, La J ll ll in rs KATIIERINE ALLEN . . . Indianola, Bliss. MARY SUE lx1ORliIlE.-XD . . Laurel Nliss ORA EI.lZ.'kBE'l'H BOOKOUI' . . Indianola, lVliss. C.Vl'lll'IRlNli lN1L'RR.XY .... Oxford, lVliss lV1AR'l'HA kiII.BERT . . . . . jackson, Miss. EI.IzAIIE'III VVAOE . . Oxford, hfliss HAZIEI, HARRISON ..... jackson, Miss. HEI.EN XVAGNER . . . VK ater Valley, Miss fiER'liRL'lJE NEEI. . . . . . El Dorado, Ark. S0fll1UllIUI't'.f FRANCES NOLEN . . . Canton, Miss. MONA lVlCC.-XRTER . Batesville, Miss ljlfllylls MINNIE SAYLE BAILEY . . . Oakland, Miss. .ANNIE LOL' lV1CDOXVEl.I. . . McComb, Miss C'IIARI.o'I"I'E BI,AcRS'I'ONE . XVater Valley, Miss. AIIELINE lVlOORE . . XVater Valley, Bliss EARL DEAN BRANNON . . XVoodYille, Miss. JANIS PERRINS. . . . Senatobia, hiiss FLORENCE CAMI'IIEI,I. ,... Canton, lN1iss. SLE POINTER , . . . . Como, Miss ANNA NELL CAMIAIIEII, . , . Laurel, Miss. tlliNXYl-I.IN'lA PROI-sII.E'I' . Batesville Miss MARY EI.I7AIIE'I'II CARTER , . Oxford, Miss, DORINA f2LTlXN ..... Memphis, Tenn MIWRM q',,,IRR , . Nlorgan City, Miss. El.lZABl-l'I'II QIQINN ,... Memphis, Tenn CLEO DL'NgAy ,,,,, tyres-ni-ille, lN1iss. SARA LEE ROIIINSON . Cleveland, Miss N1.XRG,XRli'l l'xlXl.EV . Holly Springs, lxiiss. MAROAREI' LOVE SIII'I.ER. . Cleveland Miss BORIIIE fViOOl!MANI ...... Cary, Miss lVIll.llRIil7 SNIIIII . . . Seiiatolnia Bliss VIVIAN HARRIS . . . . , . Baldwin, Miss. ROIIERIA SMIIII . . Cleveland Miss VIROINIA HARRIS . . . . Baldwin, Miss. DI-1l.l.lli SPEEII . . . . Meridian Miss BT.-ARfI.XRE'Ii JANE KEY . . Indianola, Miss. ANNA lXlAE S'rA'I'EN .... Paducah, Ky AIIELE LANCSTON . . ANN I.II1II'I'CAI' . . . ROSE MARY BECCOY . . Blytheville, Ark. Yazoo City, lN1iss. . . . Laurel, lN1isS. RLT'l'fI ELEANOR 'TUCKER . 0 PAGE I MARI:ARE'I' FIQERRY . MAROARE1' TREPENIIAIII. . . . Blytheville, Ark. I2 9 Fermwood, Miss VVOOdville, Miss LI'cII,I.E XVRIGHI. . . Holly Springss, Bliss . .47 -PN "J viii? ... v -W 1' - X 1 X ' XY AA f f- 1' . "' ' 62:5 W W V aw "' 1. 4 ' W f X ,L YL! X Qi:-A ' A jg v wgffsz., 3 'gx qw Qi f F LJ .1 J J Q v - V X 1 1,1 I SQ, 9, - "T-" ff L-? "ie3if4 Y? ' -V ' ,-Qian! A- v Y 22 'A .. 5 5 'S ' 'flu x K w QY " 5 'W ' "ff 0? 111' X ,V 11 Q 'W L QNX 3 X Qvqxvp . - , G - ul. f- Q- -a. as- ., x , P M ' V' fin, x 1225? '- X I 4' if W -bi -sf Y f , ' -- it - 51 ., 5 'fn s f ,. Q 4 - , A Sv 5, f ' " , Wi 1- . ,xl W, si I:.0 R Q , . 4- Q h. 4 . - W' 'F' . 4. X ' Y A fe : 5'? A" 'A VA-1 ' V 5? N! ,1-, 1'iN,1..l..1' -xnyf-A wk XX:u:11v-1' 1'1llve1'r H1 I 4 Nlllfli X Ill, I., l'lIII1'f, llnlvwxwfll, ll--ll. II2llkl'l sun, RI1m1'e-In-4:41, BIu1'1:1y, .Ulf-11. lim-kvfxlr, Nw-1, Nuluxu, 1Iw1':n1'1--V, Iflzlil-A Illalvlislmlu, lhxmlxnlx. If. Wumplu-ll, AX, VIKIIIIYIHH. 4':ul'rm, 1'l:u'k, l'llll"1lll. M. Filnlwy, llutnflllilll, YIXAHII Hnlxlsv x'll'LZilNlJl Ilsmlliw, K1-y, I.:1n:stU11, I,l:l1r":11', AI--vm, All-llflxx--ll, AI.---nw-, lw-xkunw, lmum-r'. l'1'wtil1-I, LP. Quinn. Q IC. ljllhlll, ilu!-insfm, SUIIIVIQ M Smith, I1 Smith, Sp.-ml, Malt.-11, 'lwlfyfyg 'I'I'Q'lPIH'l11lIllll, XY1'i:Ixt. 1 0 PACE-E143 'Hb-1 ,pv- , Q' -3X r 'A W K7f jg, ' LX Q u 'nikvfz v R .71 9 ' '. 'V W A KA Y 'film' 4 f Q.. NYJ ' , -Y-I . S ' f 0 ij, KR Qfi, V. ' .X . 15 ta .-I. ...N 0 sv .. . 'Q I, ,I 'l I' 3. 8. KAPPA DELTA I-'mm-I--i JNYUT NllNNlNNll'l'l .Xl,l'll.K Nil K'll.Xl"I'l'IR, Iislalhlisln-ll ISN? Nvniurs: I,uI:4 I-'u.m1.N llxllmuxly, XX'i1u-11.1. Bllxx, Mvll-' 121145, .lmlww1x, Maw., Juniors: M113 Ilmlx. l'1rv.ol,"'ll., .Iva-1+ Al.:5 Vrlwlix, A-'1l1f'l4l. All-Ng I-llxfzxlullu M-41-Inv Hmulxlllv Xlbs.. Il..r1-flu Swlnml- x1fI'i, Xllml-lux 'I'-mn, l-2Il,a.1l4-111 XXWMI1, .lswk-wx1, Mxfs. N0llll0llllll"l'NI Rl:xl':zal'vt M.wN1f-vl, AIVIIIIVIIIS 'I'--mx, Iilhwluxn Sr-www. .I.wlw-fn, Rl -- l'I4'1lga-s: N4'Hiu' Ilfllll l,itvu11. "l1xwl.u111i. RUSS., Axlliillll Im Xlwnlxwl II.4rv1-Nl-mu, Ml:-.. llxxl- l,4lNlvl1. XY..wlx1ll4 Alla.-. lv.-11x NI'-I,1f:nn, "l..Qr.1x, Ali-f., 5.4121 Nunn. Illytlmw xll-. Avk. 0 PAGE II4 0 .5 ,-x . ,vfff up all 9 O 0 5 S N s o O li 1 Nia I 8 fx PROFESSIONAL AND HONORARY Jill I IXII I IZII I IISI 0.0 IT C' ia? SE. gig -0' E E: o 0 O? PHI CHI lfvumlcal 1889 l.'nlnr.v,- XVliirc :uid Olive Green l'llIl4'LL'l'7i.' I.ily ol the Valley Sixty-one .Miive l'li:ipte'rs 'lllllvli-X l'l L'll:Xlyl'lfR If.vf11l1li.vf1f'if 1036 l"l1x'rER IN llllllli DR. IiL'f:ENif S HRAMI I-'I'l l"R.x1'REs IN lfxci I.'r.x'ri-3 DR. PHILIP LEE lVlL'I.L DR. JAMES R. SIMMS DR. JAMES li, LOOPER ll. II. NlCCl..fXNAlI.XY l'lR.XTRlES IN lvNlVl2RSl'l'.'X'I IZ XVii,r,i.-xM Iiusm, -IR. ...... Prrxidrnt PR,x'i'1 lkm' . . . . . I'iff-Prr LYNN .'xBERNli'I'HY , ,... Tn'a51n'rr S1'lllUl',Y XVu,i.xAM Brslw, jk. , . Ilzitticslmrg, Bliss. PR.X'I'Ii lknx' . . . . . Oxford, LYNX :xHliRXli'lllY .... Poototoc, Miss. Pffvlgm' AR'lHL'R V. lI.u'Es . . . llzmicshorg, Miss. Loiiis l'l.MliR ....., Gulfport, JAMES lhkkls ARMs'rkoNr: . , Vaiden, Nliss. j.xcK K, XVILSIJN ..... Clinton IIARVEY XV, C.xR'i'ER . . . Clarksdole, Miss. XVll.l.l.KM XV. XV.xTKlNs . . Aberdeen, JOHN M. fl.kI.HOL'N , . Mount Olive, Nliss. XV. M. ll.'kBNhY . . , Crystal Springs, IQDVVARIJ T, lNl.XIlRY . . . . Goodman lN1iss. l':.XRNESl' D, REx'Noi.ns . . llutrieslwurg, l5L'R'I' N. CO!-QRS . . . lNlt'I'llllI1Il, lNliss. I. E. S.iMs ......, lNieriili:1n, BEN F. PIAND. . . . VV1iy-oeslworo Miss. KERMH' Ii, ,ANDERSON . . . Sumrall, N. C. lIoL'sE. . . . . .Fnifl Nliss. VERXER ll0I.MliS. . . . .I.c-xie, ROBERI' ll. Plif2R,XM ..... Tupelo, Miss. '1'oMMY DUNN . . . . Clurksilale, I.1c1,xN M. FERRIS . . . 0 PAGE II6 . Vickslmrg, Miss. - -1-5 Hank we ,vu f-. H 4'f::lc'.'!1f52L . A .mlrnl lxliss Miss Bliss lxliss Miss lxliss Miss lNliSS Miss Bliss lv: 11 gin J' ,.,,,dP' .L'- V t' . q ' -s B235- sqm IR 'U' ,gina .ge- .fut- fy is f!"f'1 f ..,A 5 ,ifa v i U 'Q lrhy, Al,w11wIl1y, 4,'1w1's, 1Q'ul'tv1', Ivuun, Huusv, Holmws. Hopkins. :Xl'IY15lIxOllg Hand, Mabry, Ferris, 0 PAGE II7 0 Q l pl i x 1 X1 TH ETA KAPPA PSI I9'Onnclc-rl 1879 fm'f'f'.' Rwl Rosa' Colors: Gold and Green I.lzl.Axn SUunu'i'H . BEN VVARO S.-wniaks . VVIl,l.ARI7 VV.-XIDROX . XV. R. ARMs'l'RONf: . JOHN D. DYER . . fiORlJON K. ROGERS . 'iCSIiPH A. HULL . RICHARD P. XVALKHR JOHN VV. DORMAQQ . fIiIl.l.MAN B. c'0I.l.UM ROME 'II DAmzs . . NVH,l.1AM L. PH11.1.1Ps Iiomcu C. Wfvrxixs CLARENQE CARLSON . j, R. PiuEs'1 . . . Sixly .lfli-'ur Clmplrrc BETA GAM MA CHAPTER 1f.s'lnl1li.vfn'if 1926 FRATRES ix UN1s'iiRsiT.ixTE S nz ic rs Pfrzlgw' 4, . X Aiusfpv . .,.. ,. 1 ,MK L- 0 PAGE II8 0 . Pasadena, - . .S:1rdis, VV:1ter Valley, . Iiouston V . Van Vleet, . .Belz0ni, . DeKalb, . Meridian, . .Myrtle, . .GOlrlen, . .ShannOn, . Hudsonville, . .Qnitmz1n, . .Quitm:1n, . Houston, Ciliifflflliil Niississippi Niississippi Mississippi Mississippi Mississippi Mississippi Mississippi Mississippi Niississippi Mississippi Nlississippi Mississippi Mississippi Mississippi fl msvanif "1 -f - + -, ,gun 1'9"-29" W A I iv R G Aw? . 4 ., 1 ,, -49' I 5 ,J x 1' X n ' Q N .g'K4v'7 W "V: 1 w ,M ' 7- M. -Qgf y fi: 1' I ' 'Y 'f'1?"' 41" 1 .-'rf vp,,4 1 dum, XVu1lq111s, It-f-uvrs, Cullum, 1151,-my Lml, 0 PAGE II9 0 VMNY 38- l ar' fi cg . ,H to fxii f . .1 is J Wu- li K. J, ,S qv:- 1" if f-'Yin T, C'. I,oeK.xRo . lieu' II.-xii, . . IZMMEH KEMP . . Gaokcri Ru' . I-inn Fokn .... f'Ul.I.lliR S'l'IiVV.XRT . C'nIiS'H5k CL'RTxS , -Ionx l7oRM.xN . . XVARRIQN S'1'l4:wAR'l' . XVn.1.1.xM XV.x'rxixS . lI,xRm' M. GRAHAM I. B. BEM., IR. . . EMMEIT D, KEh1P . , . PHI ETA SIGMA l'iI't'AlllllllII llUlI0l'll!'j' S1'l1ofr1.vfif l'll'I1fl'l'lIifj' lktziblislied 1929 l+'.xcL'l.Tx' Aovisoks C. S. Srnxok FRATRES ix UN . Sfllilll' .1fff1.'i5rn' . . .Prrsiilrzzl - fir 1'-P!'1'Xld4'IIl Greenwood, . Pnseagoulzi . Charleston . Clzlrksclzile, . .Myrtle, . Cl'lIlI'lCNfUll . Aberdeen, . Meridian, . Greenville Snnatorium, FM' IIALI. . v Dmx R. M. GUESS IVERSITATII I..-xvvxrxes ADAMS . bl. B, BELL, jk. . . . XV1i,l,x.,xM XVATKINS . MEMBERS Min. jonx VV.-XDE . MiSs. N. C. Housr . . MISS. T. C. I.oCKARn . MN PRATT IRBY . . MiSs PETE SPEER. . . MiS- J, H. ARMSTRONG . MiSS CHARLES 'IQXNIL-Xl.l. . MiSS GARNER JAMES . MiSS. Lenox' PEARCE . . lwlxs Inxwkrixcs AnAMS . . . Tupelo, Miss. . Sz'c'r1'Iz1ry . Trrax1n'vr . .lliylorian . . Oxford, MiSS. . Fnid MiSS. Bailey, Misa. , . Oxford, lN1isS. . Indianola, Miss. . . Vaiden, Miss. . Indizinoln, Miss. . Gulfport, MiSS. . Falkner, Miss. Natchez -. v ,ir-.". -:ear--ug:.a,a-a- ' A - ' A... :'r-!g"?4,'.I5:1Y ' 0 PAGE l20 0 lNliSS. :gas- 'YP-rs xN 'inks ALPHA LAMBDA DELTA Flrulldrd 1924 11439 ixs lu lsx iNN ,ss Colors: Gold, XVhit:r, :md Red Fxtulwli-llcd LNIYICRSITY Ulf' MISSISSIPPI CHAPTER SURURES IY lf.xcL'1.'11x'1'r2 MRS. Ixvush D1 xnxx Mus I'ZS'I'FI.I.X llrlux' Smwklas IN l'x1x'1fRs1'11x'1'12 Swziors K.X'I'lIERINPi IUAYIS . . . Oxford, Mix-. lkxkxlfl S1'LfRn1vAxN'1' . . lilemluru, M Grgxrfvll-:VH LJSI'laRM.'kN . . . Laurel, Mix-. M,xL'k1xr XVliIx1:Hu:. . Imiizwlzx .flzninrs Kxllikvx Pxxls ,AMEX , . Imiimmln, Min. Run Nlrnoxm' . . , Oxford, Mnw C',x'l'H1aR1Nn Brill, .... Vluiversity, Miss. f,YICI' XV.XI.Kl"R . . Vlxllylllf Hr-:rx ITIJYALID. . . , Morehead, MN. I-'kxxcris XVWH . . XVinmm, M Soplzofllwfx Uxuix .'XI.l3RIllfTli . . . XVimmu, Miw. .'XNNIli IALRA :xlll'N . . H0llNI1'll I.l'k'lI.li I,ur:.xN ..,... Malvina, Miw. MRS. I.r1L'l5h DL NLZXY, lfuzzzffy .lcf'1'i,vrn' 1N1AL'RINli XVhxxnraRf:, Snzim' 4I.lfui.wr .........,. lndigumlzl, Miw, Own .'xl,lJRIl3fIli, I'r1-.vidrzzr ........,..,. . NVinfmzn, Miw. I.L'cll.I5 I,oC.xN, l'iu'-I'1'f'.fid1'11t . . . Malvina, Miw. ANNIE I..xL'R,x Amhw, .N'fn'r1ary . . lim:-run, Miw. Rum' Mrroxmg Trfusurrr . . . . Oxford, Miw. wvvdgq- . . ilngfl. ' -.1 0 PAGE I2l 0 FU 42' Q 'T , ' n ,. 1. ETA SIGMA PHI lfmzor F01lf1Lllf'l.l.' 1 92.1, ary CIIIISXTFIZZ fwl'llft'l'llifj' Colors: Royal Purple and Gold LAMBDA CHAPTER Establi.vl1fd 1927 FRATER IX LYRBE TOM SPIGHT I'IIXES FRATRES rx FACULTATE DR. A. L. BOxOL'RAxT Miss EvELyx XVAY DR. A. XV. NllLDEN M155 RUTH MCNEH. OFFICERS NIAURINE XVEINBERC ..... ..... ..... P r esidenl MRS. LAURA T. NIARTIN .... . . I'ife-President C'OI,I.lER STEWART ..., . . .Sffnftary NIARY HARVEY JONES ..... . Trfasurar KIEMBERS JOHN YV.-KDE . . . . Oxford, Nliss. EARL VANDORR CATOE, JR. . . VVebb, Miss. XVELLS XVOODY . . . Tchula, Miss. NIARY HARVEY JONES . . . Vniversity, Mis. NlARI.-XXX!-I HICRS, . . . Laurel, Miss. COLLIER STEWART .... Charleston, Miss. BERTENA COLE .... . Gulfport, Miss. LAURA T. MARTxx .... Vniversity, Miss. CQESEVIEVE OSTERMAN . . . Laurel, Miss. NIALIRINE XVEINBERG . . Indianola, Miss. 0 PAGE I22 0 W iv 7- Q . Q ' :: !?,' T 1 Q- I '- X ws- I A 4 1 ' :fp ss' BLUE KEY Xulmzmf Ilorlowu'-y l'rf11f r'111Iy Extzlblishcd at Vlrivcrxity Of Nliwiwipni in ww e Object Of thix fraternity if IO pmmwtc any -crvicv fOr the lwttcrumrnt I-f Ihr Rohm to member-hip ix lmxed OO Oulxtanding I-fgulfrxhip in cwllrgr aurivirier. KIEXIISER EJLIFS, ,1.ii'1:ff7 STLOOExT KIEXIRERS A. T. BR11,Ex' K-X G. B. COLASIYS FRAXK EYERETT LJ HARDY XIOORE GRAHAM " ""' EO. STONE CLIFF TYXE5 REX QQUIDER FRED GLASS BERRY BROWN RAE BRYAYT EYARXER JAMES DON Towxsun ,A A,.-E, V 1.-1 f.. :U-5515 I -!,' ' ff 7 .S 'j , : W' :L X . Sy. ,L . Z xffk , 1 """"' -' V "R-I ' J F' U PAGE IZ3 0 E2 Du! Hmrlf x PRA11' IRM' 'If CI In ERARI1 RY. L1 SMP: Swim' Nlxxu . Uv v . E.lXx.I'N1.XU WE: ze Www 'IV'-xfxn' DL xx -Iwfix XYAM' Hz: 1 x' H AEON SAA1 HFRRUX SAM ROAW T051 SXXIXYZE ji D Y fi m mg Curr' TANKS . . HORACE XVATKINS JACK INlCl7II,L, . 1. VV. STRONG . . ED STONE . . . NAT CRAWFORD . HOWARD Q. DAVIS C'nAR1.i3s POI.i.ARD PRA11' IRRA' . . rItL'RNIiR Ml'rcui:i.1 Hamm: HOr.Mi.s . HERIXEKT REEDER RIMA' JOUR. . . SHELBA' N1AXW'El.l. ISRR1' N. CYOERS . M. O. A. K. S. floaorary Sorirty for Sl'IliUI'S AIEMBERS . . Sigma Nu . . Sigma :XIII . Kappa qllpha . Kappa .fllpha . . . Sigma Chi . , . Sigma Chi llpha Tau Ulllfflll llplm Tau Unirga Pi Kappa .llplia . Pi Kappa .llpha . Drlfa Tau Drlla Drlla Tau Dffla . . Drlla Kappa lipsilfnz . . Drlla Kappa lipxilfnz . . Sifllilll .llplm hvfiiillll B1x,rA' S'1'Ai.1.wOR'i'H . . VV. C SPEER .... QEARI..-AND LYELI. . N. CX Ilousiz . . D. D. HARES .... ROBERT M, BoL'RDa.AL'x FRED M. fiI..XSS , . . BILLA' HACON . . XVELLS XVOODA' . HENRY COOK . . 13.-XRRIEI, BRELAND . . TOM PIvRi:R'rOx . R. B. IN1cIx,w.Aix . . TOMMA' DUNN. . . XV. D. Lowa . . . . 1 ,. :ua-.sc-srvur 9 PAGE IZ4 0 Sifflllll .Ilpha Epsilon . . . . Dflfa P.vi . . . Drlfa Pxi . . Pi Kappa Phi . . Pi Kappa Phi . Phi Drlla Thfla . Phi Drlla Thrla . . Kappa Sigma . . Kappa Sigma . , Phi Kappa Psi - - Phi Kappa Pji . Iirfa Thrla Pi . . llrla Thfla Pi Sigma Phi Epyilnn Sigma Phi lipsilon 41 SIGMA THETA PI Sophomore Scholastic Engineering I-'raternity Fnznzdui af l'11i1'rryi1y of rllirsissippi 1933 HoNoR.xRY IXIEMBERS R. B. B. MOORMAN A. B. HARGIS DR. iXl.FRED HVME OFFICERS G. H. B.'xR'1'0x .... . ..,.. ..,,. I 'rvridffzl XVILLIAM TRIMBLE. . . - . .I'in-Ivusirlnzl E. D. KEMP . . . -Smrvtary-Trvaxurrr J. B. BELL, JR, . . . . . Rvpnrifr SENIORS G. H. BARION . . .Jackson G. E, Dlil.BOSQL'E . Cerralvo, Nlexico VVILLIAM VYRIMBLE . .Brookhaven LALVIN Bain' . . . .... VVe-sson JACK RICGIX . . .... Jackson DAN FLOYD . . .Sardis LEE I-Iixris . . . Memphis, Tenn. JOHN RAMEY . . Oxford JDNIORS R. Mox'1'EMAx'0R . Piedras, Negraa, Mexico ROSENDO CABALLERO. . . . Mexico City C. L. SL'MRAI,L .... ...., L aurel X So1fHoMoREs J. B. BELL, JR. . . . Greenville M. M. HAMBRICK . . . Brooksville E. D. KEMP . . . Sanatorium M. R. I.u'IxGs'rox . . . Indianola Louis ROCKETT . . . Hattiesburg IoiL'nER'r Pmisusox . . Oxford 3-Vvifvapxsswna-556' mfr f- ,,. -3, 5 :,.y,,. t l- '.,..:',.. Y :E 7j,'-"f,f..5 9 PAGE l25 5 P . .Qu .QQOO .gn U . , .. . C i . . I N 2 u 3 ,s an Q. - 1 . 1 a 6 nf' .1 V P . V A: 1 U ' x ' Q M 'T vid , t " fl . - 4 x ' 1 . V A , ' ,. v 'Q ' A 'fq 7 4. ' X . . 3, I K 'Q ' - ,-L' W if if :af K -'Uv' jnux Ii. .'XI.llKlDIZl: j. P. Cm m1.xx . . l'um1.xs G. jfwms XV1l.x.1.x:s1 A. ISACHN XVliI.l.S XVUOIJY, jk. OSCAR S. I7om.m' Nhwxxx llrmsrx' S-M1 Iluumx WI, VV. Slkoxrz Arnkrix' I'1L'I.IHNI DAX Rrsssm. .AI.IiI-1R'l RUSSIWL liriki Iikvxx B. Ifvux K XYI1.1.1.x Ms RICIIARD Boom KIRHX' H.xRRul.I. 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Ellim'ill1', ' Z. 4Z' 7ll .1 .s , 'i" :WT A PAGE I46 0 , Mississippi illississippi , W ..- X D N Y. if .1 I TQQGDTQAXLJ- , Wag f 'l If ' 1 1 5 XA . w f . A 'UM N X , .,.., A ,, i ,, A ,, fm , ' 'Qi PG-E 9 RESUME OF SEASON I f V The greatest team to perform for Ole Miss in many years-that in brief is the record of the 1933 U Ole Miss Flood. Characterizecl by grim determination V to rise from rhe net of football oblivion and a never- ,' say-die spirit which had already won for them the ..-f esteem of rhe whole South, the boys who constituted this team set to work early in September to prove to the state that Mississippi did have a football team of I X. which she need not be ashamed. Their record scarcely shows just how good they really were, but it does show that the 1933 team was one of the outstanding aggregations of the South. As usual, they had a long, hard schedule: not a Wu kim schedule designed for teams with championship aspirations, but rather a schedule to prove the merit of the team. An astounding thing to the teams that had been pushing Ole Miss all over the field was the fact that the 1933 edition didn't push so well, but instead was doing quite a bit of push- ing of its own. The Flood took the best of them one after another, scrapping, fighting, winning, losing with the indomitable spirit which makes a team great. When the eleven-game schedule was over the Red and Blue men had lost three games, tied two, and won six, had scored 168 points while the combined opposition had gained only 79. A number of the stars of last season will be missing when the togs are issued next fall. Pete Ruby, the acting captain in rhe majority of the games, finished up his collegiate career as one of the best lield generals Ole Miss ever produced. Raymond Casper, a great running back: big Brad White, beset with injuries most of the season and still one of the best backs in the Southg Ed Stone, clever quarterback: George Bilbo, who ranks with the best of them at guardg Alvin ri on L . 5 . n y . , , , . li 'T .U,,In.. r- .. N W Britt, powerful running mate of Bilbog Jess Flowers, outstanding y V tackle: Bill Trimble, capable reserve: Bart Herrington, the man who ' T 9 i earned his letters in four different positions and played each well: it I and Lavell Montgomery, veteran end-all of whom have been the ' i nucleus for the Ole Miss team the past three years-will be absent 5 from the line-up next September. To attempt to bestow the praise due each individual star would I be futile. Mere words cannot tell the esteem Ole Miss holds for 9 them. Powerful Earl Hutson, the battering ram fullback who tore Xg opposing lines to shreds, the key man on offense handling the ball A Q, I on nearly every play: Rab Rodgers, G. A. Gunter, Chester Curtis, A ,K if elusive shifty backs who gained yard after yard for Ole Miss: wfexn Nelson, brilliant sophomore center and a veritable wildcat on defenseg Virgil Gill and Bill Richardson, husky tackles who smeared play after play for opponents-these and those we have already mentioned, all outstanding in- dividually and great as a team. The superior team play of whatever eleven men Coach Xvalker had on the field will be long remembered. SM.x1i,ixr, In speaking of the greatness of the Red and Blue team, one cannot pass over the excellent training and guidance given it by Coaches Walker, Smalling, and Burke. Their diligent labor is attested by the quality of the team they put on the field. Prospects did not appear very bright when Ole Miss was held to a 6 to 6 deadlock by the Southwestern Lynx in Memphis. Several hundred students accompanied the team to Memphis to see it run rough-shod over Southwestern in everything but the score. A thirty-five-yard run by Curtis netted another touchdown which would have resulted in victory had it not been called back by the referee and Ole Miss penalized, but in spite of numerous threats the locals were unable to break the deadlock. After this surprising upset the team came back the next week to conquer a stubborn State Teachers College team by a score of 46 to 0, bringing back to some extent the faith of the stu- dent body in the team, but still not restoring it fully. Three times in the first quarter the Tutors v' my 4 Y 4 H Q is fi: Sxiiiii held the Flood in the shadows of the goal posts. Finally in the second quarter Curtis scored on a 9-yard run around end and in a few minutes raced down the sideline for 50 yards and another touchdown. I-lutson, White, Gunter, and Rodgers also scored during the afternoon and per- formed creditably in every phase of the game. Richardson, Flowers, Nelson, and Bilbo played outstanding games in the line. Ole Miss made 18 first downs to 3 for the Teachers. With all the dope against them and even the student body far from being optimistic over the situation, the squad travelled over to Birmingham the following week-end to face Alabama, who was being picked as the probable conference champions. For three quarters the Tidesmen lcept plugging away, bringing the ball down to the Ole Miss goal line but never quite succeeding in getting it over for the coveted score, a stonewall line stopping every thrust. The 'QBama'7 backs were hit hard and fumbled often. At the end of the third quarter the score was still standing 0 to 0, with the Tide's offensive bolt shot. They had tried everything they lcnew, and still with- out result. In the fourth quarter Pete Ruby intercepted a pass and was brought down on Ala- bama's 8-yard line. After two downs failed to gain, Bill Richardson tried a field goal which missed K-1 O '-I' . -1, fi 2 2 ii cy! 3 Q' NRS'-. rf'--n-. - "' . B lax -v. Rcizvia, Quarfwrlmfk L'ijRi'is, Ilalflmrk ROLfNS.WII.l.li, lim! Riciuiumsox, Tarllf . f , . . if-r BIQRKE by inches. For the entire quarter Ole Miss threatened, but Alabamais defense tightened on the goal line. Richardsonis second attempt for a field goal from the 35-yard line was wide, and the game ended in a scoreless tie-the first time a University of Mississippi team had played on even terms with the Crimson Tide in nearly twenty years. Pete Ruby stole the show that day by his great defensive work, especially in intercepting passes. Hutson and the entire line also played remarkable games. The team received the most enthusiastic reception accorded an Ole Miss team in years on their return. The most pessimistic began to talk of championship and an undefeated team. and several hundred students were on hand when they entrained for Milwaukee and the game with Marquette. A special wire direct from the playing field brought the game to the student body. The game was played at night. with the Northerners falling before the attack of the Missis- sippians to the tune of 7 to 0. Ruby was knocked out on the first play of the game and Casper replaced him. In just a few minutes Casper returned a Marquette punt 40 yards to the 35-yard line and Brad White raced around end for a touchdown. Richardson kicked the extra point. For 4 Av ,H M -is . J 1. Giu., Tazklc XV,xLKi5R, Tackle BARTLING, Ilalflmrk BRIIT, Gum! XXI 011 1, in the remaining three quarters the Flood played defensive football and held the Marquette running attaclc to a standstill. Flowers, I-Iutson, Herrington, Nelson, and White were outstanding in this game. This was the third consecutive game in which the Ole Miss goal line had not been crossed, and the line was gaining recognition as one of the best forewalls in the South. Enthusiastic alumni returned to the campus by hundreds for the annual Homecoming clash with Sewanee. The Mississippians reached their peak in this game. The shifty baclcs ran at will over the Purple Tigers from Sewanee, with Hutson, White and Curtis leading the parade and Rodgers, Shoemaker, and Gunter following close behind. The latter three all scored on long runs in the last quarter. The Red and Blue offense was clicking better than at any previous time, and the intricate Warner system had the Sewanee team completely bewildered. The Ole Miss ball carriers made ZZ first downs, gained 475 yards from scrimmage, while Sewanee made 115 yards and only three first downs. A crowd of 10,000 saw the game, with alumni grasping the enthusiasm which had grown up in the student body. The powerful Ole Miss backs counted 41 points, with Sewanee failing to score. Clemson proved to be a tough foe for the Flood, but they too were finally brought down before the Ole Miss attack. During the first half the game was about even, neither team being able to score and with neither having a decided edge. The terrific pace that the Red and Blue 'Qs- 'iiia' s isox, Cnzlrr Xvllllli, llulflmtk Bunn, Grmrii N1CXVHOR'I'liR, Gzmrl men had been travelling for nearly two months was beginning to tell. In the five previous games they had been scored on only one time, and due to the small size of the squad nearly every minute of these games had been played by the same men. Finally in the second half the Flood started clicking, however, getting back in their stride in time for G. A. Gunter to score twice after line bucks had brought the ball into Clemson territory. The game was played in Meridian, and fans in that section of the state had the opportunity of seeing the team win by a score of 13 to 0. Birmingham Southern came to the campus to be defeated 12 to 0 the following week-end in a sea of mud. While Gle Miss was clearly much the stronger team the score was held down because of the sloppy condition of the held. The first touchdown was the result of a fumbled punt which Tex Nelson recovered by a spectacular dive under the Birmingham safety man. In a few line plays I-Iutson drove through the line for the touchdown. Later in the game Rodgers on a reverse which had the Alabamians all crossed up raced around end for 18 yards and the final score. With his interference leading to the right, Rodgers went around left end and scored without being touched. Ole Miss made 10 first downs and gained 325 yards from scrimmage, with Birmingham making one first down and gaining but 33 yards. With greater hopes of winning from Tennessee than ever before, the Flood travelled up to Knoxville to meet the Vols, but here the first defeat of the season was administered as Tennessee f'l"'1!h-- -ax.. . .1 V . ,, 7, . X, 4., ' ., --535--mm . M. FERRILL, Cr-rim' TRIMBLE, Guard lNlOXTf'0NlERY, End STONE, Quarlrrlmrle . E played her best game of the season. Immediately after the beginning of the game the locals marched down the field for a touchdown. Rodgers got away for 35 yards to score the first touch- down of the game. Then Beattie Feathers, Tennessee's all-American baclc, started gaining ground on passes from Vaughn and at the end of the half the score was 12 to 6 in favor of Tennessee. The Vols' passing attack was too much for the Red and Blue boys and the game ended 35 to 6, a score which does not give nearly an accurate picture of the Ole Miss team's playing. 1-Iutson and Nelson played brilliant football, and the entire squad was doing its part throughout the game. Ole Miss made 10 first downs to 14 for the Vols. 13,000 fans who saw the game agree that the Mississippi Flood was a much better team than t'1e scare indicated. The L. S. U. Tigers were the next team to be encountered. The sensation of the South, the undefeated Tigers with the aid of several Mississippi boys handed the Red and Blue their second defeat of the season before 10,000 people in Baton Rouge. It was another affair much like the Tennessee game, the Mississippians proving to be just as good in every phase of the game except scoring and punting. The ability of Miclcal to keep the ball deep in Mississippi territory by his well-placed punts and a beautiful passing attack gave the Tigers a 31 to 0 victory. During the first half the score was close, but the Tigers came back to score two touchdowns and a held goal in the last half. The Flood made 13 first downs to 17 for the Tigers. Gunter was the offensive ' 1 ,Yi ... , . , Y . ,I 'X J' . i J . . :U Q. ,- an ' ,,, F . gtg, BAKER, Guard GUNTER, Halbark Roncmzs, Halfbarle HUTSON, Fullbaclz star of the game, while Rodgers, I-lutson, Ruby, Nelson, Richardson, Bilbo, and Montgomery all turned in creditable performances for the Ole Miss team. A special train carried the student body to Jackson to see the Flood play the undefeated and unscored-on Centenary Gentlemen. Smarting from the defeats at the hands of Tennessee and L. S. U., the Flood turned on the pressure and battled the Gentlemen on even terms. Early in the game I-Iutson passed 35 yards to Montgomery who ran 25 yards to score, the first time Cen- tenary had been scored on since their game with Ole Miss the previous year. The try for an extra point was blocked. Late in the game a pass from Ruby to Curtis over the goal line was ruled incomplete by the referee, and Centenary took tlte ball on their own 20-yard line, marching down the field 80 yards for a touchdown. The running of Oslin and pass receiving of Geisler, all- American end, brought about the score. Smith's kick was good, and what had looked like a well- deserved victory was turned into a heartbreaking defeat. Centenary made 11 first downs and gained 222 yards from scrimmage, while Ole Miss made 7 first downs and gained 170 yards. It was evident that somebody was going to have to pay for these three successive defeats, and Mississippi State, being the last opponent on the schedule, was elected. 9,000 people sat through a continual rain to see Ole Miss retain the Golden Egg for another season by administering the worst defeat a Mississippi State team has ever had at the hands of Ole Miss. The heavy field SHOEMAKER, llalfbacle Hekkixoiox, End SMVIH, End -- , -9, fi 5 ,hd I A-' 5, M, , Y Tezvsr-it ?". .-1.-'4--., ,Q-gf fl'u""-'--'t"- ,, . -r,14g.ua.3.. apparently did not slow down the Ole Miss offense at all, with the locals running at will over the gentlemen from Starkville. 31 points, 16 first downs, and 347 yards gained from scrimmage for Ole Miss while Mississippi State gained 67 yards, made 3 first downs, and failed to score tells the story of the game. Bilbo played one of the greatest games of his career in this encounter, breaking through time and again to throw the Maroon backs for losses. G. A. Gunter made the most spectacular run of the year when bottled up on an attempted punt he tucked the ball under his arm and ran 65 yards for a touchdown. Rodgers, Curtis, Hutson, White and Shoemaker all contributed nice gains. Carruth, Nelson, Gill, Flowers, Richardson, and Herrington played a great part in the victory. This game brought to a close the most successful football season experienced here in recent years, but activity in this sport was still not entirely over. Coach Walker and five seniors took part in a charity game between the northern and southern divisions of the conference, the game being played in Knoxville Christmas. Montgomery, Flowers, Bilbo, Ruby, and Casper played on the southern team and Walker was one of the three men on the coaching staff. With the excep- tion of Alabama no team in the southern division had as many men invited to take part in the game. This was a fitting honor both to the players and to the Ole Miss team, which has at last gained the football recognition it deserves. -Y. i . ,v"'P',. . I - Q . lg' I ' ' . I I .mf fi .. ' V- 1' "' 5 . . ,. .Q . --"M X .H 'xh t f'.XRRl'lli. Gzmrii Sl-..xi', Juninr .llnmzgfr XV.xxmik, Sfliiuz' .llmmgfr FRESHMAN FOCJTBALL Although the record in games won and lost this year was not quite as impressive as in the past few years, the Ole Kliss freshman squad, under the capable direction of Coach Claude KI. "Tadpolel' Smith, again proved "plenty powerful" and will send up a number of linemen and backs for the varsity next year whose ability will make them a valuable addition to Coach lValker's squad. In five games the Baby Flood amassed a total of 72 points to 31 for opponents, losing two of the five games. The season was opened with a 38 to 0 victory over the Ashland C. C. C. team in a practice game. On October 13th Southwestern's Bobcats were downed by a score of 20 to 6, and in a pre- Homecoming Day game here on October 20 the locals lost a hard-fought game to the University of Alabama freshmen by a score of 7 to 0. ln an Armistice Day game at Greenwood Delta State Teachers College varsity team was the opponent, going down before the attack of Smith's proteges on a count of I4 to 0, a score which did not nearly indicate the superiority of the locals. The Hnal game of the season resulted rather disastrously for the locals, llississippi State's freshmen walking away with a 24, to 0 victory. Perfect passing on the part of the Baby Klaroons, coupled with injuries to members of the Ole Kliss squad in previous practice sessions and an automobile wreck on the way to Starkville, largely accounted for the decisiveness of this defeat. Among the outstanding linemen on the freshman squad who will be added to the varsity next year are lxlarvin Hutson, 190 pounds, younger brother of the varsity fullback, who holds down the pivot position: Klckvilliams, 215 pounds, llapes, 240 pounds, and Ellard, 215 pounds, a trio of tackles who were capable of giving the varsity plenty of trouble in scrimmage sessions during the past season, Dickens, 135, VVilson, 175, and lladre, 180, guards: and Poole, 200, and Beddingfield, 170, ends, who will help fill the vacancies left by the graduation of Lavel llontgomery and Bart Herrington. Among the backfield men who are expected to add materially to the varsity's strength next year are Klitchell, 1355 Peters, 1603 Bernard, 102: Baumstein. 140: Carter, 1803 Kidd, 1653 Stovall, 1755 and VVilliams, 140. There are nu- merous others in both line and backfield who will be hard to keep off the first string of the varsity next year, Smith's squad totalling 45. Accurate passers and good punters abound on the freshman squad, and the addition of this advantage to the varsity next year will Hll a need which was strongly felt during the past season. 0 PAGE IS9 0 CHEER LEADERS E 1, v. .. Jff 1 Hun LHlil:RLli.XIJIiR Doxxxs NORQUIST ASSISTANT C11I2l1R1.1f.w12Rs R0m1R'l' Klux INIERLE Curzs 0 PAGE lb0 9 ,,.,.4-GN 1 Y Y w ' f - I P7 , U lk ..,,-- J w F if 1 I 5-kk . I M X ' 742 ' , if ' ,. ' ff 'Iff ' 0 J 9 1 'i ,AZ 4 V! 1+ if lg x 1 if . L' I 1 'Ape X' X , .f ,4 1, z , 1 2' 1 "" I P r , f 5 I , f v l X 1 N I 9 PAGE l6I 5 Y l. , BASKETBALL Ole Miss started and ended the bas- ketball season with a bang although some of the intermediate games did not help the rating of the team a great deal. South- western was easily defeated in the open- ing game of the season with the score of 45 to 15. In this game, the locals held a 20 to 4 advantage at the half, and easily increased the score during the second pe- riod in spite of numerous substitutions. This game was played in the local gym, with a return engagement with the Lynx being filled the following week. Ole Miss was again victorious. Howard bit the dust on two successive nights-60-26 and 47-20. Semester exams and the two games with Alabama came the same week, with the result that the team was not in the best of condition for the Tide. The much taller and more experienced team of the visitors gave the locals little chance of vic- tory in either game, winning the first by a score of 50 to 25 and the second 34 to 18. The team played well, but the advantage in height of the visitors was too great to be overcome. Mississippi State took the first of a two-game series the following week to the tune of 41 to 25 score, but the locals came through the second night to even the first half of the series by taking the game with a Z9 to 22 count. Ability to toss in the free throws largely accounted for the Ole 0 PAGE l62 9 if J ' -4 1 4 if sf .A ii ga! 'E ' W. . , BASKETBALL Miss victory, seventeen foul shots being made good by Ole Miss. The next week Coaches Walker and Burke took the squad on a tour which in- cluded one game with Millsaps and two each with Tulane and Louisiana State. The trip was rather disastrous from the standpoint of wins, Ole Miss losing all five games. Millsaps took the first with a 41 to 27 score, Tulane took the two in New Orleans by the score of 31 to 24 and 30 to 16, and L. S. U. followed suit, winning their two by a margin of 52 to 33 in the first game and 49 to 39 in the second. Mississippi State came to the campus the following week for the final games of the season, with the two teams again split- ting the series. State took the first tilt by the narrow margin of 29-24, with Ole Miss coming back the second night to win a one-point victory of 36 to 35 in one of the best games ever seen in the local gym. Ole Miss finished several points ahead the first half but throughout the second period there was seldom more than one or two points difference in the score. Rodgers was the hero of the game, taking the ball away from the visitors under their own goal and carrying it up the floor to score the winning goal as the final whistle sounded. Rodgers was probably the outstanding man on the squad, playing both guard and 0 PAGE l63 9 1.1.1 0 ""' . ca iii was QU H155 UU M55 M N55 but xy-J BASKETBALL 9 forward positions in a manner which left little to be desired. Curtis and Williams both did good work at forward, and Berryhill performed capably at center. Anderson, substituting in both guard and center positions, gave promise of plenty of good work next season and contributed materially to whatever success the team attained this year. Montgomery, finishing his career in the guard berth, played his usual steady and dependable game, and will be sorely missed next season. Herrington also finished up his career, substituting at guard during the earlier part of the season and taking over that berth regularly when Rodgers was shifted to the forward post. Others who saw service were Britt, guard and forward, and Cloy and Nelson, guards. With several good men coming up from the Freshman squad to aug- ment the members of the varsity who will be back in uniform next year, prospects for the team look considerably brighter than at the opening of school this year. 0 PAGE I64 0 FRESHMAN BASKETBALL The basketball season saw another of Coach Tad Smith's first-year outfits go through an undefeated season, finishing their six-game sched- ule without a loss. Lack of competition was the chief obstacle which the freshmen had to overcome during the season, but the three Civilian Conservation Corps camps located in the vicinity of the Lvniversity man- aged to furnish enough competition for the fast stepping freshmen to enable them to conclusively prove to local sport followers that there were several potential varsity cage stars among their ranks. The Abbeville, Oxford, and Ashland CCC camps engaged the Red and Blue first-year men in a total of five tilts, with the frosh winning each game by a wide margin. Scores of 56-37 and 42-24 demonstrated the edge the Ole bliss boys held over the championship Abbeville ag- gregation, while the Oxford CCC unit fared a little better and held the freshmen to a 32-21 count. Ashland dropped two tilts, to complete the games with the government employees, by scores of 47-31 and 44-20. The New Albany lndependents played host to Coach Smith's squad during the early part of the season. but the visiting lfniversity team took the game by a very substantial margin of 49-32. The season closed in the local gymnasium on lfebruary 27, when the frosh handed the Ash- land squad their last trouncing. About twenty men took part in the season's work, which enabled Coach Smith to put a strong lineup on the floor in every game. lfspe- cially outstanding was the work of Herb liaumstein, Tom l,ayden, xloe Goodwin, Buster Poole, llarcus lfeddinfield, liill Neely, and Dave Bernard. The starting lineup in most of the games consisted of l,ey- den and lfeddinfield, forwards: Poole, center: llaumstein and Good- win, guards. The performances of the first year cagemen was one of the most encouraging features of the year's athletic program, and their graduation from the freshman 1'anks this year will enable Ole Kliss to have a vastly improved varsity squad during the 11.134-'ji season. 0 PAGE I65 0 TRACK l V' . . Along with other "New Deals," Ole Miss opened A the traclc season last spring fully expecting a new deal 1 here in that sport. Coach Gatchell had worked steadily since his arrival on the campus toward building up a 4 L really powerful team, and from the opening of the ,Ta season it was apparent that he was succeeding. A X ' .I 4 fi.Xlk'IIIIl The season opened auspiciously with Southwestern furnishing the opposition in the first meet. With Ole Miss an untried product and the team composed largely of sophomores, more than usual interest was shown in the open- ing contest. Floyd Smith won the initial event of the day, talcing first place in the mile. C1. W. Bilbo made his debut as a pole vaulter, tying Southwestern's vaulter in this event. After this came the feature race of the day, the half mile event between Chester Curtis of Ole Miss and Harold High of Southwestern. This race was settled only in the last few steps, when Curtis forged ahead to show his superiority. Thornton was beaten by Newton in the quarter mile, but Berryhill and Shoemaker more than evened this when they won both hurdle events. Ole Miss was supreme in the weight events because of the admirable performance of Brad White and jess Flowers. With Dovith winning the hundred and two-twenty dashes and Charlie Williams winning his first attempt at the two-mile, victory for Ole Miss was assured even before the relay team swept on to first place. Total points for hrst and second places brought the score of 87 for Ole Miss against Southwestern,s 33. Brad White led the held in points for Ole Miss, while Newton was high point man for the Lynx. Immediately after the meet members of the team selected White to captain the team for the remainder of the season. The excellent showing against Southwestern indicated that great things might be expected of the team, but Alabama and Mississippi State, neither of which Ole Miss had ever succeeded in beating, offered two great obstacles to a successful season. Odds heavily favored Alabama, and both the fact that the Tide had never yielded to Ole Miss and the successful encounters they had already been through during the season made the Tidesmen confident of victory. Beginning the meet with the idea that he was to meet Alabama's greatest distance man, Floyd Smith rose to the occasion to again start the Mississippians on the road to 0 PAGE I66 9 victory. Not placing in the high jump, pole vault, or hundred-yard dash, Mississippi had to rise to her greatest heights. Thornton, showing his true form, won the quarter mile event. Dovith and Shepard swept the two-twenty as did Curtis and Smith in the half. Shoemaker turned in a great performance for the day by winning the high hurdles and placing second in the low hurdles and broad jump. Gill, who was re- covering from sickness, won the javelin throw with a 181-foot toss, to set a new school record. White again won first in the shot and discus to lead his teammates on to vic- tory. Again the relay team, composed of Curtis, Sumrall, Shepard, and Thornton, came through to victory and set the school record for this event. With Berryhill, Wil- liams, and Flowers contributing to the final score with second places, the meet ended with the score 71 for Ole Miss and 51 for Alabama. With Southwestern and Alabama safely behind, Mississippi State alone was to stand in the path of the fast stepping cindermen of Mississippi. In the meantime, however, Ole Miss was unexpectedly invited to participate in the A. A. U. meet, this news arriving on Wednesday night before the meet. Having taken this week off for rest, Ole Miss entered the meet wholly unprepared. Chester Curtis, star half-miler, and Floyd Smith were both on the sick list and went directly from the hospital to the scene of the battle. Facing great odds, Mississippi entered the meet with little chance of winning, but plenty of determination to do their best. White for the first and only time during the season was forced to relinquish first place in the shot and discus, but Flowers, White, and Gill won first, second, and fourth in the javelin. Shoemaker captured the only other first place, winning the high hurdles over a great field of runners who had been coached by the great Percy Beard of Olympic fame. Shoemaker also set a school record of 24.5 in the low hurdles by winning his heat. Dovith turned in one of the greatest performances of his career in placing second in the 220-yard dash, only to be nosed out in the last few steps by a freshman from Georgia Tech. The time of this event was 21.2. Unpreparecl as they were, Ole Miss placed third in a field of thirteen, being defeated only by Auburn and Alabama, the latter of which we had defeated earlier in the season. Coaches gathered at this meet were loud in their praise of the Ole Miss team and congratulated Coach Gatchell highly on the form of his men. The fact that Ole Miss had never defeated a Mississippi State track team was in the mind of every member. On one occasion the Starkville lads had scored a total of 100 points against the locals, with Gatchell at that time coaching the State team. Deter- mined to even the score for this humiliation, Ole Miss came through with a 9713 to 331 Going into the meet heavy favorites we were forced to count three places instead of the customary two just as a matter of courtesy to the State coaching staff who thought this would give them an added advantage. 0 PAGE l67 0 Ole Miss started off with a rush which was never halted, with Floyd Smith and Rob- ert lV1cCullough taking first and second places in the mile run. This was the first time McCullough had placed in a meet. Later he took second place on the two-mile run, lweaten only lwy his teammate, Charley Williams, who turned in a hrilliant race to set a school record of 10.29. Thornton won the quarter-mile event, closely followed by Sum- rall. Dovith and Shepard swept lwoth spring events with Dovith winning the century and Shepard coming from behind to nose him out in the longer race. Berryhill and Shoemaker turned in their regular performance by taking hoth hurdle events, Shoe- maker winning the high and Berryhill the low. Britt in his only performance for the Red and Blue during the season tied for second place in the pole vault and third place in the high jump. White won hoth the discus and shot, with Flowers taking third place in these events. The javelin throw was a complete victory for Ole Miss with Gill taking first place, White second, and Flowers third. Shoemaker won first in the broad jump with Berry- hill placing third in this event. The relay team composed of Shepard, Sumrall, Cun- ningham, and Thornton took this event with ease. State took only two first places, one or two second places, and the remainder of her score in third place. The defeat of their great half-miler, Davis, by Chester Curtis was one of the highlights of the day. Although a great year for the track team, it was a hard year for old school records. White set a shot record of 45 feet, 9 inches and a discus record of 141 feet, 9 inchesg 2:01 for the half-mile. Thornton broke the quarter record with 50:4, and Shoemaker took both hurdle records with 15:1 in the high and 24:5 in the low. Williams got the record in the two-mile with 10:29 as did Smith in the mile with 4:34.2. The relay team composed of Curtis, Sumrall, Shepard, and Thornton captured the record in 3:30.2. Gill set a new record in the javelin throw with 181 feet. Every indication points to another great track team for next year. Few of the above mentioned men grad- uate and unless injuries set in, all of this year's squad will he ready for the initial call in the spring with the exception of McCullough and Thornton. Our greatest loss will be felt with the displacing of Coach Gatchell, u r Q-ve V who is, undouhtedly, one of the greatest track coaches 1 in America. 1 .xifixix XX urine 0 PAGE I68 9 oT her sfo PTS VARSITY SQIQXID TENNIS The 11933 Tennis Team that represented the University of Mississippi was ll deeidedly better team tl1an tl1e lflllll of tl1e previous year. VVith the promise of a full athletic progrznii whirh will provide for a complete tennis schedule, and a promising group of freshmen players, the 1934 varsity sl1o11ld varry high the Colors of Ole Miss. Due to inadequate financial provision tl1e 1933 te11nis schedule included only tl1ree varsity niatehes and two freshmen matches. The varsity met Milsaps o11 the local court, Southwestern at Memphis, and Southwestern l1ere. The freshmen played Soutliwestern hoth here and there. As an added feature to the annual Mother's Day Prograin the local varsity netmen encountered the Milsaps 11et111en Ull tl1e local eourts. Fharles hvllliilllls playing his first match on the varsity squad inet Hester of Milsaps and was defeated in a lwrilliant three set Illlllfll, 6-3, 6-8, 6-4. ,lohnnie lfaulkner, the only lHt'IIllNCI' of the 1931 teznn to return, played jones of Milsaps and was defeated 6-o, 6-4. Randolph Klyve, a sopl1on1ore meniher of the varsity, played Stone of Milsaps and won i11 ll three-set match, 0-6, 9-7, 6-1. l.avell Pigford played lligdon of Milsaps and was ---.gan--'. .' . ., ,. .f - A A . , ..,,,,v, - I -X1 Sf' 1'-q1fg3hf'g'y's,,. .,2Q"'- 9 PAGE I7O 9 + .,. FRESH XIAY SQUAD defeated, 6-3, 6-4. Hughes Mendel played .Innes of Nlilsilps and won, ri-4, 7-5. This cuneluded the singles matches with Milsaps leading 3-3. ln the donlwles Mendel and Faulkner were defeated hy' Hester and jones, 6-4, 1-6, Ii-4. ln the final match uf the day' XVilliams and Pigfnrd wnn river Higdnn and Stone, I,-3, 4-6, ft-0, 'This ended the first varsity mmpetitinn of the year with the lucal team losing tu Milsaps lw :1 score of 4-3. Next, the Ole Miss raequeteers journeyed tu hlempliis to meet the Suuthwesterners on their home Court. Bath varsity' and freshmen teams went tm this trip. Southwestern swamped both freshmen and varsity' teams. Hughes Nlendel played nnmher une pwsitinn against fharlie Ledsinger and was defeated, 6-o, ft-o. Randnlph lsllyee played numlwer twn pasitiun against jimmy' Dainwnml, Captain nf the Snuthw e--tern team, and was defeated in a two-hour, three-set match, 6-4, 2-6, 6-3. Vharlie XVilliams played llenry' Oliver and was defeated in a lung three-set match, 6-3, 4-fi, 7-5. In the other singles varsity' matrh "C'nss' Pigffrrd was defeated hy Ifugene Stewart, fi-4, 6-1. In the first of the dunlwles matches Klyee and Mendel played l.edsinger and Oliver and lust hy' a Count of 6-0, S-6. The other dunlwles match hetween XViIliams and Pigfurd and Daiinwnnd and Stewart was rained tint with the Ole Miss team leading 6-4 in the first set. The freshmen team fared little lwetter in their matches. XValser Pruspere was the l4.ne vivtnr uf the 130.1 - tum. - -R. ft ' ' A ft.. ,A N. L I , . - - 1' A 1 Ti Q' gt ' ' -' in'-'f' "' 31, ' I ,'fQ:ff?'ff': "'ta1.-4,-. 4' -M vgergfff.-,V "7 .4 '-H , . ' ' 1,-55e"?"-:.ei..'."?e'fsf.s..--sf-.'A ' f QM.. ' -12 9 PAGE I7l 0 day hy defeating Dorsey liarelield in straight sets, 6-4, 7-5. Dickie Dunlap defeated johnny' tiracher, most outstanding Ule hllss player, in straight sets, 6-4, 7-5, Dick Mays defeated l.awrence Adanis of Ole Miss, 6-2, io-R, and David lflowers defeated llal Anderson of Ule Miss, 3-6, 6-2, 6-2. The courts were wet and slippery throughout the matches and play was handicapped to some extent. Rain again interferred with the Ole Miss-Southwestern tennis engagements when Southwestern came down for a return match, This time the matches were not completed on account of a terrific rain storm. Several of the matches, however, were completed. The varsity singles matches were practically completed, hut no douhles matches were played. George Ray' played C'harlie Ledsinger and was defeated, 6-1, 6-o. Charlie XVilliams played jimuiy' Daimwood and was defeated, 6-2, 6-3. "Criss" Pigford played Iiugene Stewart and was defeated, 6-2, 6-1. Randolph Klyce played Ilenry Oliver in the only' match going into a third set. Rain stopped this match with Klyce leading in the third set, 3-6, 6-4, 3-1. All four freshmen singles matches were completed. Dickie Dunlap de- feated ,lohnny Ciraeher, 6-4, 6-R, 6-2. XValser Prospere defeated Dorsey liarefield, 4-6, 6-3, 7-5. Dick Mays defeated Frank Rulyerson, 6-0, 6-2. David lflowers defeated Cecil Holley, 6-3, 6-2. Rain interfered with the playing of the freshmen douhles matches, Although the 1933 tennis Tflllll did not show up hrilliantly in the numher of matches won, they played hard and gave a very good account of themselves upon the court, In singles won IIZ games and lost 172. This fact alone shows that every' match was even and well played. VVith the showing made hy the 1933 freshmen team and the improved playing of the 1933 varsity, the 1934 varsity should he well ahle to win its share of its matches. A full schedule is promised with the leading teams of the South and the coming season is looked forward to with much enthusiasm. To determine who would he eligilile for memhership on the 1933 varsity a school tournament was held with any hona fide student heing eligihle for competition, regardless of his class. The eight quarter-finalists were: liraeher, Pigford, XVilliams, Mendel, Ray, Faulkner, Klyce, and Prospere, liraeher and Prospere, hoth freshmen, played in the finals with Graeher winning the school title for 1933. A prohahle schedule for 1934 will include some of the following teams: Southwestern, hoth here and there, Mil-aps, hoth here and there, Mississippi State, hoth here and there, Vniversity' of qklahzuna, there, I,ouisiana State Vnivcrsity, there, Tulane l'niversity', there, and perhaps competition in the Southeastern C'onference Tournament to he held at New Orleans. The reliahility' of the weather will have much to do with the numher of matches scheduled. Several freshmen matches are to he arranged with other schools. The annual school tournament has definitely het-ome a part of the regular school curriculum and promises to show to th: hest advantage Ole Miss' prcspects for a winning 1934 season. Graeher was hy far the hest player on either the freshmen or varsity squads. He was the 1931 -lunior Singles Champion of lkiississippi and was runner-up for the title in 1932. YVith such a player for a nucleus the 1934 varsity team should he very capahle of administering defeats to the hest teams in the South. The followina-E excerpt was taken from the Conznirrzial .1I'Pf'af re- garding his play in Memphis: "The feature match of the day was hetween Dick Dunlap, I.ynx freshman, and john Graeher, Ole Miss yearliug. The match was by far the hest singles match of the meet. Graeher was the Mississippi State junior Singles Champion in 1931 and was runner-up for the crown in 1932. He and Dunlap drew rounds of applause from the crowd for their stellar play. The scores of the two sets were 6-4 and 7-5 in Dunlap's favor. The last set was particularly hard fought, with hoth players repeatedly deucing the score whenever the other got the advantage." 0 PAGE I72 9 Am-a '1 n BILBO GEORGE Bluso. . . FLOYD SMITH . . -:nw -mmf ,V- I BOXING TEAM Ji sag SMITH . . , . .l14'a1'yfLcfigl1t . . .Liyfll1lv11fi'yfL:.'rigl1! J. L. CARRUIII .... .,.... . 11i1ffH1'QL'r'fg1fll GEORGE Koomos ....... Junior .lliddfwu-wiglzt V. Coma ,....,....,.. lI'f'lfn'fu-riglfl Suomx' Homnn ,xxo U. I,. Cixsm' . . . 1.igl1m-wiglfrs E, lJEM.Yl'A'l'lS ........... Ifr1z1l1rr'1u'fiyl1I B. FRAXK XV11,l.xA:u1s AND Bo BoswlaL1, . , Hfuzfanmcviylzts 0 PAGE I73 0 1: 1 .. 9:53 Q BOYS GYM AIEMBERS JAMES FAY H.Al.L CLAUDE LAMPTON B. FRANK VVILLIAMS C. C. STEPHENSON IREY ARMSTRONG JAMES ROXYALS BILLY MOORE EDWIN GRANTIIAM LOUIS ROCKETT XVOODROVV JENKINS ROBERT CAIN Q . TEAM CHARLES LAWRENCE WESTON SEGURA BILLY SIOAOGERS ROY COLLINS CARI. CRISLER GEORGE LIDDELL HOVVARD S. XVILLIA LEE MCLEAN DAVIS FAIR W. B. XVATKINS VIRCIL COOK SIIELBY INIAXWELL 0 PAGE I74 0 1-if Q 26 ' 1 GIRLS DANCING CLASS 1Scl:-vtn-cl trum Kiirlx Gym Cla:-New ILEN NIci'f1x:u1uK SIAM Ifvuxcris XV1'xxr Umm .XLDRIIH 1-3 Rrwsrgmxkx' Mclhx' Im' Mcllmw-11. lH'HliII,X XYALU-3 NIYRI I,.uuur.L' A L'DRl"Y lixkxhs I,lll.I.XY nl.:-xx 0 PAGE l75 0 THE NORRIS TROPHY 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. The student body, as well as the University, is very much indebted to Gathright-Reed Drug Company for this honor awarded Ole Miss athletes. Chester Curtis, of Clarlcsdale, Mississippi, was selected as this year's winner of the trophy, amassing a total of 49 points. Curtis, a junior in the College of Liberal Arts, has been outstanding in three major sports on the Ole Miss campus. He started his athletic career at the University when a freshman, winning nu- merals in football, basketball, and traclc. Tn his first year of varsity service he was one of the most consistent gainers in the baclcheld on the gridiron, a steady player on the basketball court, and on the track he brolce the school record for the 880-yard dash by running it in 2:0l.l. He was also a member of the team which set the school record on the mile relay. During the past year he played halfbaclc on the football team where he again starred, and as first-string forward on the basketball court was high scorer of the Ole Miss team. The winner of this coveted award must also prove his ability as a student, making at least a general average of seventy per cent in his scholastic work. 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IIA'-ffJl'lf, ,lIi.vxi.vxippi ln the Zilllllllll contest sponsored by yllll 4lIl3'.Yi3'3'lf7f7iIlIl, the :above students were Chosen fm' the H all of Fame by 21 committee appointed by Dr. Alfred Hume, Chancellor of the lfnix'ei'sityg lid Stone. President of the Associated Student Body: Clizirles Tindzill, l,I'C'SlLlCl1f of the Y. KI. C. A.: Chester Curtis, outstanding zitlileteg and Kliss Ella Smnerville. rep1'esentntix'e of the social element of the llniversity. IZVVRFNJIUKUl lMmf5Sf1Z'AW,k1!'f'lT9i'I?KfvF1'MJi'W'il3'YI'.2157 """1f!3- in-f' Yvlgflx w Tu x ,frvf7Ll ' cv :iw . ,fl , v V fl H! V ' . ' "u!?"'f 7 ,v,g', " I ' I ' "fl " W 'i-"'!rf5w'vfl,":z''rpwf"-14 -sjypn-ww 17 fun - - ' l 2 MP' 'ff 2 1'-5? 1' 1lmQlfW?5fQ7ii3Zi'flT5Yar:l1QMi:.x'Z7'fi4s,131??f5gg fgff,g2,qw?.'y.vg ffl. 1 . , , 1 J. . 4 . , 7. .--7 ,ks 1--', .-'If :'. -f'i1'1-1'.X" Freshman Stunt Night N " """" ."'1 'ul 5 2 I I I I I I I ' E 5 f I I . 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I' 4' nu!! 5 ' lull e 2. ., I' xc I I I E ' l I : I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 1 I 3 E 2 I g I I E I I I I ' E E : . I I I I I : I I I I I 5 : I I I I I I 2 a 2 E g . 5 I : I : I - I ' 9 ' I ' I I : I E I I 1 I I I , 4 I I 3 : E : 5 I : E - : I I I n : : : : I I Xiff fa' :yi- v' I I I I I 9:1 -.1 N. ,K , . III ....I xx. .-' ..---..-.I I-.. 9 The Alumni Pour In. 9 Little Princesses. 9S0- wancc Succumbs. 9 It XValks, Talks, and Breathcs. 9 Gone Again. 9 Hizzoner. 9 Norquist Draws a Crowd. . ,-I X..- ..... I.-. . I ,..., Il, 'I--.': 'Y-' :'-..' I I I I , I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 5 I I I ' I ' I I I I . 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'Unclas- sifled. 0lVlinnie Was a Lady. 0 Take a Hack. -I-K x,:-.----..l .-- - ,..., I , ,HI - :L tx". ll- - 1' 2. l K I 1 o I I I ' I I I ' I ' I : I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I : I I I I - I ' I I 2 I I I I I I I I ' : I I ' I I I , I I I I I I I I I 1 l l 5 I : I I I I I I I I I I I I I ' I : I I I , I ' I I I , I ' I I I I ' I : I . I I I : I I I I I I I I I I I I I I ' : I I I I ' I I I I I I I I I I I I I I ' I I I I I ' I I I It ,I .I A fix, I O , V 0 It , I' I I I I I I I I I I ,I O 'Iv .n 1--Q x ---v 1 " I' x 1. I, 1 I e...a 1 . 1 v .- -.-.----.s --. 9 Power. ' The Campus' Cutesl. ' Green. 0 Pep Meeting. I The Campus is Surveyed Again. 0 Soc- rates. 9 Power ofthe "M." 0 Miss Ole Miss Gets Elected. ' fp U-------Q '--. w-X, HV, -I, I , I 1 y s - 1 '.-.Q s .' I--4 I 5. . n g I I : E I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 5 : E Q I I I I I I s l I I I I I I I I E I I l I g I l I : I I I I : I I I I I I I I I 5 I 1 I ' u ' 1 g . 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' .--' Q.-.----.I I-N1 I Students rushing to LL brary during exanw 9 ChanceUor 0'TheInan who never sleeps-Mr. Black 0 Wild life on the campus 0 Unexplained 0'The one and onhf- Goatee ' The Editor at work 9 Keeping Tom and Speiro from going broke ,Q Q l u " Q '. - , I: ..... - . : . . , , . . --I I A I 1 'st' ll- 5 7 I I I' tl I I I l I I I , I g I I I I I I l I I I I I I I I ' I I I I I ' : I F I : I I I I I I I I I I I , I I I . I I I , I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I : I I I I I I I I I I I I I I ' I ' I ' I I I ' I ' I ' I ' I ' I ' I : I U I ' I : I I I I I I I I I ' I I I I I I I , I I I I I ' I I I I I I I I I : I I I I I I I I : 2 I I I It.. if fax, I Q .' Iv, I I I I I I I 3. Ivo Sk ,I H. ur pr-:I 'nun 'ww . .I , an 'IIZPIIVI ' I li 0 80 TE ! IN ANNUAL STATEMENT OF THE ANNUAL ISSUED ANNUALLY I934 OLE MiSS, TO YOU! 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Cousins! was a merrie fespecial- ly on week-end trips! old Soul fhcel maybe!, A merrie old soul fheel again! was he, lie called fin his usual manner such as the way he makes speeches at gym dances! for his pipe ftwenty-seven pledges he smokes every fllgllll. He called lin the same manner! for his bowl fFatty Cookl. He called fa little louder this time! for his fiddlers fFaulkner, Stallworth, and Houston! three fpomt two!. So goes the S. A. E.s. General Cousins graduates this year much to the regret ot' the other chapters on the campus. Colonel t'ook hasn't been much of an asset to the chapter since he returned from Alabama and Love returned to Ole Miss. Lieutcnants "Fashion Plate" Faulkner. "Handsome" Stallworth fhis own way of putting it!, and "Little Prince" Houston could now dissolve into Kings of this, that. and thc other, but its too late 'cause they are graduating too. The A. E.s hadn't pledged a man tthey still haven't pledged many! during rush week until they sent out a blanket bid to all the men f?! who weren't gvtlillg rushed by the other groups, somewhat copying the style of the Y. M. C. A., the B. Y. P. F., and the V. C. f", camps. Out of the 250 bids extended the "Mighty Right Arm" could only intimidate twenty- nine to join up. The chapter must contend with no social functions because Soldier's Field is the only place in these United States that can accommodate them. Their group picture was made in three sections and then after a careful check-up it was found that forty-one men fquestion mark again! were missing. The chapter had only a nominal head during the first semester in the person of "Little Prince" Houston, and for the second semester they persuaded "Pee Willie" XVilliams to forget Janie Nail long enough to take over the duties of generalmisso. With three I". f'. F. camps near Oxford the chapter is looking forward to a great rush season next year. KAPPA Al.PllA Sing fflh, Lord! a song fDixie! of sixpence fwhy not make it at least a dollar or two! A pocket fto Robert E. Lee-'s Uniform! full fquite a few stay that way! of rye fcorn is the only thing we can find around Oxford! l-'our and Twenty blackbirds fBlind Jim, Strawberry. etr:.! Baked fhalf-baked sounds better! in a pie fthe chap- ter!. XVhen the pie fstill the chapter! was opened fwe won- dered how Hugh Hopkins, Sloppy Hopkins. and the rest of the "Hops" got out! The hirds fRobertson, McDill, Rounsville, etta! began to sing fin a whiskey tenor! YV:is not that a dainty fcareful now! dish ffish would sound better here! To sct flike a hen! before the King fanybody can be King for a while!. The King fif it had been king's horses we could have mentioned two or three! was in the counting house fa barn, stable, etc. or maybe the chapter! count' ing fwe didn't know any of them could do this! out fSoI111' of the brothers! his money ff'ont'ed- eratcl The Qtleell fwish we had made ourselves King now! was in the parlor fmust have been an annex to the counting house! Eating fthe King wasn't there! bread and honey fthe kind the bees make!. The Maid flct's make her the chapter! was in the garden fanywhere South of the Mason and Dixon lllvl 'langing fshould he hanged! out the clothes fold f"0n- federate Uniforms used in their last initiation! There fstill anywhere south of the M. 8: D. line! came by a blackbird fbound to have been one of the ll0DklllSj And -peeked fwhat a vicious bird! off her nose fsome olkthe men that were rushed, but pledged other llllIlgSJ. DELTA PSI Little Jackullorner fPete Speer! sat fare you sure he Xmas sitting! in the corner fBookout must have been ere Eating fyes, we said eating! his Christmas fit still comes only once a year! pie fBookout must not have been there after all! He fchange to Chick Tindall! stuck f"Chlck" is always getting stuck by girls! in his thumb fwe wonder why his thumb! And pulled fyanked, jerked, etc.! out fvery few of them have been "out" this year! a plum fnone of the pledges we are sure! And said- fits the first time any of them ever said fillyihlngl "VVhat a good faw. now! boy fchild, infant, etc., would go better here since we are thinking of Jeppy Barbour! am I" fchange to Gar- land Lyell!. Through the untiring efforts of the chapter in past years in pledging men that would have sons the Delta Psis added seven new sons fshould be spelled suns the way some of them shine! to their roll. Since Rush VW-ek they have been sitting around eating and sleep- ing, feeling confident that at least one or two more alumni would get married this year. The whole chapter is stuck frefer to the above! on some Tri Delt excepting of course Shed Robinson who is generally thought to be stuck on himself fpardon us Merle!. Speer, when Bookout isn't around, works on the "Mississippian" Tindall and Mr. Guess have had a pretty tough time running the "Y." and Garland Lyell has had just as tough a time running after Mar- garet Love Schuler. The chapter is valiantly trying to get some more men on the faculty so that none of the new men will have any trouble in making their average. A. T. O. Twinkle, twinkle fone and one makes two twinkles! little star fthe chapter! How I fthe student body! wonder what you are that's what everybody's been doing for years! Up above tthis is a new one that will surprise even them! the world fpoor world! so high fas a kite. now that sounds natural! Like a diamond fimitation! in the sky fdon't worry the earth is as close as any of them will get! lVhen the blazing fhot, etc.! sun fHoward Davis! is gone tsornething he'll never do! XVhen he fBilly Pyle this time! nothing fPyle is still appropriate! shines fPyle is still more appropriate! upon Then you fthe other members of the chapter! show fnot of the Earl Carroll kind! your little light fwines and beer! Twinkle, Twinkle fthat makes four! all the night fthe time most ot' them work better!. Then the traveler flet's make Bill Trimble this becaus- its the only way he'll ever go anywhere! in the dark fwhere most of them stay! Thanks fcan you imagine that!! you for your tiny fsniall, infinitesimal, etc.! spark fplug, which is slang for a sorry horse! How could fhow could anybody with this crew! he ff'harles A. Pollard! see which way to go fmust have been a case of the blind staggers! lt' you fPete Ruby! did not twinkle fsubstitute shine if you like! so fsew could be used here!. In the dark fbring them out into the light if you want to, but they all seem to like dark better! blue fwhat the whole chapter is about a month after rush week! sky you keep fhidden! And often through my curtains peep fdon't let Mr. Black catch you! For you fthe whole chapter! never shut your eye fmouth might be better! Till the sun fchange back to Howard Davis! is in the sky fa place He'll never be!. 0 PAGE 206 0 BETA THETA PI A farmer fwe're letting you off light. Pinkertonl went trotting fthese Betas naturally set a fast pace- you know the woman pace and paysj Upon fwonder if this is on the level, his grey fchange the color to suit your own taste: personally we like 'em with a two-tone effectj mare fthis is the closest we can get to a jackass, so Berry Brown gets the nod now-can we help it if the horse objects?J. Bumpety, bumpety, bump fthree bumps in the first verse, whewlj VVith his fwe'll let the farmer keep her to prevent any wrangling in the chapterl daughter fwith his figure Johnson ought to work in here very nicelyl behind fhow long is a horse?J him fcan you imanage dot? Neither can we.b So rosy fshe's probably not used to ridingj and fair fare you thinking about what we are?J Lumpety, lumpety, lump fone's about as bad as the othc-rl. A raven fthe depression influence of Bill Cassedyl cried fsoprano-likel "Croak!" fraven for nertzll And they fthis had better be a chapter matterl all feyen the Mcllwainsl tumbled fclose your eyes and enjoy thisl down fusual trend of Beta progressl. Bumpety. bumpety, bump fwe have a sneaking suspicion that McClure is getting all these bumpsl. The mare fpolite term for lady horsej broke fthis is breaking my heartl her knees flier nephew was not injuredl. And the farmer fVann could you go rustic for a few moments?l broke fit's the depressionj his crown fback-bay Boston for nobl. Lumpety. lumpety, lump fDinner at Eight, on the mantell. The mischievous fhe feels better nowj raven fsinister instrument of Poej Flew laughing fit would make anybody laugh to see Berry getting riddenl away the couldn't take itl, Bumpety. bumpety. bump fMeadows. coffee and pil- lows for twolj And vowed flack of strong language here illustrates subtle influence of "Y"J he would serve fcurb serv- ice will be installed if the demand increases ftheml his brothers in the bond-by Johnny VValke1'l The same fthis one is on the housel next day fthrough courtesy of Sadie Berp's Hair RemoverA"They're Off Because They're Gone"J. fIn both our and your interests we're leaving off the bumps this timeb. KAPPA SIGMA The farmer's fpick out anyone in the chapter and this'll fitl in the dell fchange the location if you wish: we prefer the delll, The farmer's in the dell fwe're still of the same opinionj, High ho, the cherryo fspelling?l. the farmer's in the dell fwell, we've got that settled anyhowl. The farmer flet's use Vap Adams this timcl takes fby legal means of course? a wife fsquaw, frau, spouse -this is about to get out of handy, The Farmer fstill Vapl takes fit's easier this timel a wife ionce more and he'll have threel, High ho the cherryo. the farmer takes a wife. fHow you doin', Vap?J The wife fwould a co-ed be eligible here'?l takes frather a queer word huh?l a child fyou name ith, The wife twt-'ve decided against the above suggestion! takes fwe still don't like itl a child fthis makes twinsl. High ho, the cherry-O ffor varietyl. the wife takes a chiTd fif you want her to have any more repeat it yourselfl. The child fwe're going to call it XVells VVaynick. Jvzl takes fthat word still annoys usb a nurse fwonder where he takes a nurse?l. The child fyou can tell he's growing up nowl takes f!J a nurse lwe kinda thought she might sell Fuller Brushes at firstl. High ho. the cherryo. the child fTex Nelson now! takes a nurse tif we could name the nurse, Bacon. we could pull that one about bringing home the baconl. The nurse fwc-'re getting interested in this partyl takes a dog ffoul name for YVarren Stewartl. The nurse fno progress yetl takes a dog fwanna' buy a duck for a change-'Il High ho, the cherryo, the nurse fhe's getting tired nowj takes a dog fso what?l. The dog takes a bone fSam Herron, just so he'll be in this tool The dog takes a bone fmnst be making a collei-tionl. High ho, the eherryo, the dog fhi-'s getting tired now! takes a bone fwe'd rather have Doby Bartling taken for a whilel. fNOTE: If anyone is getting out uf wind, drop out for a couple of verseso The bone tthis is going In be hard lu swallowi stands goody! a new wordl alone fthat is, except for the pledges who don't matter anylmwl, The bone fwe could use Dan Russell except for the XVynne pressureh stands alone-maybe it suffers from B. O. tBone Udorl. High ho, the cherryo the bone iliappa Sig chapterl stands alone fsee above commf-ntl, DELTA DELTA DELTA "Where are you fyou may make this personal if you're old enough to take care of yourselfl going my ffast worker, huh?J pretty fthis is to get the chapter in a good humorl maid fwhat, already?l?" I'm going fof my own volitionj a-milking fgood to the last dropl sir fit sounds like he is a gentleman anyhowl." she fthis is starting off like Harrisonl said fit it had been Gilbert, she would have gig- glt-dl. "May I fwe're rather uncertain about this party's identity! go fyes, but not too farl with you :there-'s no help in sight yet! my fat least she hasn't dis- couraged him yetj pretty maid fcxample of a linel'?" "You're kindly welcome fthat was too easyl. SIR? fl-tha, signs of resistance at lastb she fHicks ap- pears likely at this juncturel said. "XVhat is your father fof all the nervefl my pretty maid fwe're getting sick of this phi-aseJ?" Mv father's twe were beginning to get worried over the old boy's absenrel a farmer fi,t-,. a horny handed son of toill, SIR! fthis is getting seriousl" she fYVagner could handle this with perfect easel said, fThis may sound like a typical farmer's daughter tale, but it's notl. "What fnot wherel is your fortune lwoul-l you Pall him honorable or mei-cenary?l my pretty maid fcall her an ugly hussy for a changel? "My fthis is something that i'an't be taken from herl face fshe'd be richer if she were two-faccdl is my fortune fsome lie-ability would help here-l." she tBookout could add to the fund? said mc-oylyi. "Then I fwe want it understood that "I" is not being used in a personal sense herel, can't marry you fthe farmer arrives at a trotl, my fdelete on moral groundsj pretty maid" ll.ucille IVright is the only peidson we know who would stand for this all this timel Nobody fthat is. anybody worth mentioningl asked fnor even hintedl you fput in your own foul names hercl sir lno use to emphasize this any more-I!" she flct this be Gladys Smith: slit-'ll never get an- other chance to turn a man downl said IIIIQ poem uses "Said," but hissed would be much more in keeping with the sentimt-ntl. PHI PI PHI This pig fRalph Mitt-hell wants to be tirstl went to tW9'I'6 S0l'l'5', but he disappointed us tool market fplace where people hawk from the Latin "lim-tm-e F-to hock, their wares-wart-'s llelcn. ware's Estelle, etc,l This pig fBrad Xlfhite isn't such a big bore as Mitchell so he has to run set-ond! stayed at home fthat is until rushing season was ov--ri. This pig fI.avel lifontgomeryl had a bit qteething ring for horsesl of meat fso they made- him go out for football, poor thingl, This pig fLake YVilroy would pout for a month if he weren't in here somewherel had none fregardless of what we mean. he ain't got noni-I. This pig lWe'd better let the balrince of the chapter in on thisl said fnow. boys, take your timel, "XYee fthe Lindbergh influencel wee, wee fthree wees make a crowd even if they are Phi Pi Phisi, 0 PAGE 207 0 l twvt-'re about tu run out ot' names and pigs tool can't nnd my way home teither for the blind, deaf, in- SZl.I1l', dependent, or even wayward girlsj. Since the mighty tmighty what'?J Donald left, the chapter looked better until Ralph Mitvhell returned to take the former's place on the campus. IRS. Be- sides takini: his place, he also took Donald's sister. poor thing tive said this to give both oil them a chance to laugh at the otlierl. Not only did the chapter suffer one cruel misfortune in the reappearance ot' Mitchell. but iVilroy sent his younger lirothtli- pat-iq to haunt the chapter, and from the looks on some oi' their faces he is doing a first class job ot' it. XVith these two mas- terful politicians on the campus it is quite probable that their party will lose every candidate they send out this year. A couple of years ago they took White and Montgomery in on the Condition that they would in-iii-r make their averages and would give the chapter all their write-ups for the scrapbook, and now that both ol' them are finally seniors they are about to make their averages-you will take it from here on out, we haven't got the heart. PHI DELTA THETA Humpty Dumpty tmeaning the Phis of Coursel sat on a wall ttlimsy structure separating the Phi Mus and t'hi Omegasj, Humpty Dumpty tstill the Phisl had a gfvilt 11311 known in the vernacular as a bust, washout, loss of position, social ostracism, etful Now all the King's Horst-setEason, Bryant, Me- Gowan, Brister, etc., etc., far into the nightl. And all the King"s Men tf'?tI'Dt'iitUl', Abbot. Johnson. Lockard, and Lydia Pinkhami Couldn't put Humpty Tiumpty together again tCan't much blame 'em eitheri. Yes, t-hildren. and that is the story of how the Phis got mixed up with certain articles lyou won't find this kind mentioned in Wooley"s, either! they eouldn't handle-not even with the help ot' professors Lockard and Carpenter-and lost their rating as a Greek letter fraternity on the Ole Miss campus. 'Tis rumored the-y're petitioning tpolite terml the Chi Omegas now. but the gals complain that they have too many numbs already and they won't grant the petition. It seems that Ilr. Guess' boys tstill the Phisi once did a good turn for the Chi Omegas tl-Ielen Vvflf-fllPl'l and they were the only lodge on the eampus where dates were mutually obligated, but Garne-t's girls rebelled this year when Glass and Bourdeaux broke over into the Phi Mu pasture tget it?J and declared the boys were violating the Code. The two Everetts and Patoe have done their best to keep peace in this big happy family, but it's more than the boys Can handle. especially with their law. In spite ot' feminine entanglements, the Phis claim that they had a suec-essful rushing seasonethat is. compared to the pledges! They took Joe VVest because he told them that Mae was his sister and they eoulil all come up and see him some- time: Pauley Vililliams got in on the solemn promise that he would never wear his pledge button in publie tthey took Garrard Barret on these eonditions and look what happens-dig and God only knows why they let Jimmy Devant in. However, it is confidentially rumored that anyone weighing over ninety pounds and having even a few hairs on his ehest is certain to be tendered a bid by the Pansy Club next fallf look to your laurels A, T. U.'s! CHI OMEGAS Mary, Mary tshould be Garnett. Garnetti quite con- trary fthe whole chapter is this way from all reports that come from the boysj. How does your tGarnett'sJ garden tmost ol' them would look better in onei grow tyou can't grow anything: until something is plantedj NYith silver tshould be nickel or copperi hells teowi and cokrel shells tshould be shell because that'S what every boy does that dates finel And pretty tsome oi' thelili maidens fstill some of themi in a row tlhat stretches from the Lyceum to tile Ueputl. 'ZX million by f'hristmas" was the motto that was sung at the first ol' school, but some of the girls got like Mary and were awl'ulIy eontrary about letting new girls in. 473 They started oft' with thirty-eight pledges but for reasons that won't pass the board of censors only a two hand's full remained in sr-hool all year. XVhen the Style Show was held last fall at-cordini.: to their own count at least sixteen of their sixty were eligible. but the best the student body could do by them were a scant six. Sturdivant, when she wasn't with Uatoe, Witty. when she could shake either Harrell or Fair, and Ilolmes, when Houston studies law did their all for the chapter. Hays Gee devoted her entire time to the interest of Chi Omega this year, as well as Hermine Mcliee. Through the influence ol' Floyd all the girls that joined the Y. VV. C. A. were rushed, or visa versa. The chapter pledged Mr,-f'ormick, Smith and Howard to keep Janie Nall from feeling so "low down." With Frances Holmes still winning nrst place in the Beauty Section the chapter is looking' forward to another successful t?J rush year. DELTA KAPPA EPSILON Goosey tlilaxwelli Goosey tllandl Gander tthe chapterl Whither shall I wander twith this crew wandering it ain't no tellingj? Upstairs ibedrooms are upstairsi and downstairs fthe cellarj And in my lady's chamber twe had a sneaking sus- picion ol' that all the timel. Tin-re tmust still be the lady's chamberi I tthis i'ol1ldn't be either Maxwell or llnnd so it must be .loorl met an old man tlet's hope it wasn't her husbandj XVho wouldn't say his prayers tlooks to us like Joor ought to be the one prayingj 1 teliange to the chapter! took him by the left leg this right one it you want to, but we prefer the lefty And threw fc-an you imagine that! the chapter is usually the one to get thrownl him the sure must have been a dilapidated old aussi down twhere the chapter has been for some timei the stairs ta wind- ing contraption that carries you from floor to iioori. The Dekes have been wandering from pillar to post ever since they have been back at Ole Miss. Their twith a great deal ol' emphasis being: placed on this word! pride and joy on the local campus is "Mous- tache" Maxwell who has two able aids in tfharlie Rand and Billy Joor. Each year they base their 00h- tention for ini-oming Freshmen on the fact that they are so strong nationally rsince Rand added his mons- tari-he we are looking for them to claim international- ismi. Each year headquarters send them a great number ol' transfers and they hope by 1950 a good chxpter may be colonized. that is, il' T. Leonnard remains a while longer. SIGMA NU Little Boy Blue tgreen might be betterj rome blow toot. Tect, Ettti your horn teverybody else had too much sense! The slieep's tlet's let Tynes be the sheepl in the meadow tDalir-r must have been therej. the Cow's 4Bubber XVatkins ought to make a good cow? in the corn tthis is not a rarity for himl XVhere's the little boy tfiei-J that looks tbut never sf-esl after the sheep tsomebody ought to do some- thing about these sheepj lIe's tc-hange to Denmani under tdrunk againli the haycock Lyou may like haystoek better, but we prefer hayc-oc-kj fast asleep twe wonder if from natural eausesi. Go wake him tthi- ehapteri. go wake him tthat makes twice! Uh! tyeahi No twhat most girls say to Toot Seayl not I II woi1't have a damn thing to do with itl For if I tstill anybodyi wake tisn't he awake yet?J him fthe eliapterl, l-le'll certainly cry tthe big babylj. For the first time in over a Pentury the chapter is without a Vossar, but they still have their 'Fynes and Valdwell. Most ol' the chapter seem to think that f'aldwell's copfnoma oi' "t'hancellor" will get the whole works by and they use this as their main rushing point on unsuspecting' freshmen. The colors of green and white should mean some- thing' tixreen means green, for instance, look at Den- manl, At the last ini-etinp: of the alumni. Voleman of the class ot' 'Ill was elected head of the alumni assoeia- tion throui.:hout the Vnited States and this, of course. will help the local vhapter tthey need helpj. XVlu-tlier this ehapter is going to remain asleep for the next generation is a subject of much debate totlds S to 3 that they willi, but from the present out- lay it would be safe to say that somebody is going to 0 PAGE 208 9 have to call them more than three times before they come to. That is, if they pledge many more men like they got this year. Pronounce the name of the group several times real fast and you will realize what they have to overcome. DELTA TAU DELTA I fBriley gets this assignment by right of seniority! had fmt-aning to possess in this case! a little ffive drinks constitute a little! hobby fwatch out Brister, he is trifling on you! horse fname unknown on this campus! And it fit's time for the chapter to appear! was dapple grey fa sickly green would be more appropriate! It's head fforemost extremity or Tommy Young! was made fliterally! of peastraw fthis doesn't need changing!. It's tail fhindmost extremity or Runt Guider! was made ffigurativcly! of hay fwithout the nonny- nonny!. I fReeder of Flea Circus fame! sold flast we heard he couldn't even give them away! it fbeg pardon?! to an old woman fwhy. here now!! For a copper fthis is not slang for policeman! groat flooks like they would have enough of these things in the chapter already!: And I'll fHcrbie will wrastle the vocal! not fgettin' contrary. Hunh?! sing fthe reader is at liberty to insert his own verb in here-quit! that's too much liberty!! my song fmaybe we can get Cecil Smith and Jaunita. to dance for them! again fwe forgot to tell you all that we've been arguing about this before! without for within either. as far as that goes! a new fyou see. the Delts always demand the best although they never get it! coat fwe are kinda puzzled as to what they're covering up with thisf Maybe it's little Herbie Holmes!! SIGMA PHI EPSILON Three blind mice fDunn. Lowe. and Torrey!, see how they run fafter anything everyone else has ig- nored!! ' They fthe chapter, now! all ftht- chaptcr, all four of them! ran fI wish we could trot a while! after the farmer's wife, isome-thing about that line brings to mind Ruth Favourite! SUP fyou name her! cut off their flet's substitute Hayman for Torrcy! tails fpart of mice of line one! with a carving knife fmisnomer for social barricade!. Did you ever hear such a thing fwhat she cut off! in your life? Three blind mice fthe whole chapter has been blind for ycarsl. So goes the S. P. E. chapter. Thcy are considered a nonentity until the political season comes and then U193' HIWIIYS go to the highest bidder. They go blind and stay that Way. and as yet, we are unable to ascertain just where they are going and why. !Yhcn Dunn graduates this year the whole outlook will bc cut completely off with both an axe and carving knife. YVe hope to see this chapter eventually pledge some- body fnot some more l10l!0t'IIf'SlV and wc predict that when the student body of Ole Miss increases to 5,f!f!f!, provided, of course, that thc same frats are still here. that S. P. E, will assume her rightful plat-9 unfit-y this sun. KAPPA DELTA PUSSY-cat fmcaning the national chapter! Pussy-cat fthey've evidently got two of them! listen to the news! fa case of the man hitting a dog!. BPll!Y'S fthe local chapter! to have fsaid with fervent hope! a pair fthree of a kind will beat this! ot' new shoes fsuhtlc way of asking for reinstatement! Shoes fstill on the subject of reinstatement! of mo- rocco ftliey're getting kinda' choosy now!. and they fthc chaptcr demands some publicity now! shall be fTime without end! green faha. the mon- ster. again!, The smallest fwell at least they have fulfilled this rcquircmcnt!. the neatest fhow about f'ates?! that ever fyowsah! were seen fthis can't be ape preciated Without a chronic dose of the D. T.'s!. Tl1iS fPI'iIlf'PI is no secret fmyeawd, it oughta' he!. rcpcat fthis would be impossible! it fthree guesses! You may fwe hope the national chapter don't hear of this!, Run fMcGehee, you may sit this one out! my fdoes anyone claim this! good fit's got to be! pussy, and tell it fWe've been reinstated!!! to Tray fprospec- tive rushees!. PHI KAPPA PSI Mary fthe student body! had fwc didn't know they had anything! a little lamb fthe chaDter!. Its fMorgan Ellsworth! Heece ffor politeness! was white foh, yt-ah!! as snow fsignifies purity!. And everywhere feven to the Pan-Hellenic house! that Mary flet's call her the male members of the student body! went ff-vt-n to thc men's dorms! The lamb fchange to Matt Harper! was sure fmost of the time, anyway! to go. He fthe moustache forces us to change back to Ells- worth! followed ft-hased. ran after. etc.! her fchange to any member in the chapter and you will be correct! to school fcampus course! one day fnight might work bettcr!. That was fstill so far as we know! against fnot used in the sense of close to! the rule fGoldcn!, It fstill must be Morgan! made fwe can't feature this! the Children fquite appropriate! laugh fas usual! and play fI'ni out ot' this game! To see a lamb fwc wonder if his fleece is still white! at school fI have my doubts that they even went to school! And so the teacher fany girl in the Coop! turned him Gabriel Brcland!, this timo! out fnatural proceed- ings. But fnot like a goat! still fyou r'an't keep such riff-raft' down! I-lc fplace an S in front of the "he" and see what you have! lingered floitered. hesitated. hung around! near fSex raises its ugly head!! and waited fperseverance will win outl! patiently about fabout is use-d to pass the Board of C"cnsors!. Till Mary fchan,'2,e to some Tri Del!! did fbe careful. IIOXVI flDIlEf8l', Then he fany member ol' the chapter! ran fthey always run second! up to her fchange back to any flirl at the coop! and laid fl believe they are peculiar!! his head ffalse alarm! upon her arm fthis is getting serious!. And said futtered, muttered chirpcd! "l'm fstill any member of the chapter! not afraid 1011 the big, had wolf! You'll fstill any girl at the coop! kecp mc fmaternal instinct! from all harm fnot a had line, at thatl. PI KAPPA PHI .lack fuse any .lack to make l-louse mad! and .Till fMrs. Bailey's daughter! went fslowly, if you know what I mean! up the hill flet's investigate! To fetch fintinitive form of fotch! a pail lthis is go- ing beyond the pale! of watcr fjust an excuse!! Jack flet House in on this! fell down fthis is no place to be fooling! and broke fsplit, rent asunder and otherwise damaged! his crown fa queer place to hit!. And Jill fthe Tri Di-lt Bailey! came tumbling lmakinsr a pass at him, Hunh!! after fafter all, it's their affair!. Poor boys. last year they managed to escape notice and few people on thi- campus knew there was such a thing as Pi Kappa Phi tif you still doubt it. why it's nothing unusual!, but this year with My Lord God f"asey back and the pcrrenial Carter adding to the conspicuousness. it is indeed a hard thing.: to escape observation and comparison. However. by letting Miller do the rushing and explaining that Etheridge was still a pledge who would never be initiated, they did manage to get a few suckers fpledges! before the youngsters found out who thev werc, XVithout thc escapadcs ot' the unqucnchable House and the faithful fwho made that uns-outh sound?! Bailey, the chapter would be in a bad way for publicity-all those that think their publicity is in a bad way IIOWV. please stand-thank you. Gentlemen, be seated. PI KAPPA ALPHA Old Mother fcall her Mammy since we-'rc all south of the Mason-T!ixon Line! Hubbard fif Graham hadn't gotten contaminated in Hollywood, we would let him take this part: but we're afraid he's a had influence! went faftcr considerable agitation on the part of the chapter! to the cupboard fwe could change it to the wall and have a bankrupt sale! to get fby fair means or foul! her poor fyon have no idea how much this word can mean! dog fthe Pikes! a bone fpledges, honors on the campus. or even space on thc feature page of the Missis- sippian!: but when she fwe've decided that Lyle 0 PAGE 209 9 Bates is unsullied enough for this jobl got there 1it's still doubtful as to where she was goingl, The cupboard init-aniug the campus of courscj was bare it-ven Sally with her fan was not so bare as this rupboardl And so the poor dog tif you want to get viilgarly personal. we know a simply beautiful name IDI' the dog-Turner Mitch--lll had none lthe vast nothingness ol' this apalls usl. She ton sec- ond thought Graham probably overestimated his irresistable charms and so is still good enough for this jobgsnrry, boys, Miss VVest just disillusioned us twent to the bakei-'s tcamoilauged Democratic Partyl. To buy lliorrible example of Corrupt pol- itivsl him lthis had better include the whole groupj some bread fordinarily referred to as the staff of life. but used here as bait for rushing talkslg But when she tdo you think Pratt Irby would qualifyl came back tconsiderablt- time has evidently elapsed somewhere hercj, The poor tthat doleful word againl dog tlet's narrow this down to Sonny Flowers so we'll have some material to fin- ish withr was dead tde-funct, lifeless. deceased, etc. -all ol' which might be applied to the whole chap- terl. She 4Dr. Mull recommends Abernethy over Irbyl went to the joiner's tthis bunch is always trying to get into sornt-thingy to buy fthere's a slush fund behind all this subsidizationj him twe're rather puzzled as to which one to buryl a coffin Mild Golds would do away with this sort of thing -Adv.J: but when she tFLASH: chapter refuses to recognize Abt-rnethyj came back tyou must admit she is a most persistent old lady? The poor twon't somebody do something about this word!! dog tchapter examinerl was laughing the'll sober up when he realizes that these men will have to be bought out of the fraternity. She tsomething has got to be done about this situationj went lpoor thing must be getting tired by nowl to the fruiterer's tthis sounds sorta queer to usl to buy tlilr. Seabury has been asked to investigate this needless expensel him fthe whole chapter would want in on this? some ryour money must ac- company your order! fruit twe understand what the examiner was laughing at a while agoyg but when she tlast reports were that Helen YVagner and Virginia Phillips were neck and neck for the jobl came back thc-rc's one person that can come barkl. he tdear old Pi Kappa Alpha-that'll cost 'em S101 was playing fforced levity to cover cha- grin over that raw cupboard dealj the flute toftcn vnnfusi-rl with the pier-oloj. PHI MU There was once tone time won't hurt nobodyl and old woman flatly if you preferj who lived in a shoe tYiddish for Coopl. she tall by herself? had fin a very natural mannf-rl so many children flegar-ies, "little sisters." pledges, etc.J that she tnor any- one elsel didn't know what for whom! to do fshe shoulda' thought of this beforehandl. So she tall by herselfl gave them tall 29 of 'emi a supper of milk treallyli and bread tyou bring the milk and breadl, whipped ti.e. pep talk on how to be some- body at Ole Missl them fall 29 of 'emi soundly foh. you nasty womanl, and sent them to bed t"Y" cabinet, gli-e club, Annual staff, "Mississip- pian" staff, class offices, style show-I'm run outa' honorsg you give somei. So you sec, boys and girls, if you join Donnls' lodge. she will take you in hand and teach you ln a very short time tthat is, comparatively speakingj all the short cuts to fame and fortune tif anyl on the Ole Miss Campus. You know Donnis has been up here for three years and she knows all the ropes fno wisccracks, pleasej. Anyhow. after she couldn't get them all to bed tsee aboveb, she decided to make the Phi Mus into a set of social butterflies,-but, children. you all know that a butterfly is first a caterpillar and then a chrysalis, and that it takes time for the changes in nature, But with the aid of the Delta Tau Di-Itas several of the girls did manage to get some dates. However, rumor hath it that these Delts were professionalized and hence these girls are ineligible now and the matches are declared forfeit. The "Dance Team" combination-Gaines and Smith tone of the cough-drop bothers. I mean brothers?-however, was fairly successful and both chapters held a mutual congratulatory banquet to celebrate the triumph ot' mind over matter trepeat this slowly three times and see if anything happcnsl. The pledges this year included several Memphis girls because most of the Mississippi girls have already heard about the Phi Mus as Ole Miss: we have it confidentially that a girl from Seattle, Washington. is bc-ing rushed for next year, and if none of the other sororities on the campus ask her to join, she may go Phi Mu. Next year the local chapter is going to pass a ruling that any attractive transfers tyou're welcome, Brister and Gainesj must wear their pins all the time in order that one and all may realize what they are. Anyhow, the chapter reports that it ls on its feet financially since they have sold the collec- tion of fraternity pins that so laboriously tif N011 d0n't believe it's labor, try it some time-huh, Denman?J collected last fall. SIGMA CHI Little Bo-Peep fthe chapterl has lost twe'l1 bet they will never find it againj her sheep tthe best pledgesb and can't tell where to find them tthey have been looking in the Freshman Class ever since 1927 and haven't found them yetb. Leave them lstill some good pledgcsl alone twe can't see much fun in thatj and they'll come home tin what condition we are afraid to say! bringing their tails tshould be tales so it would fit Sally McLellan, or maybe it is better to leave it like it is so we can think of Juicy Brewery behind them twhere else would we expect to find tailsb. Little Bo-Peep lEd Stone fell the did this last Springl fast asleep twe haven't ever seen him awakej and dreamed tmust have been about his wife? she the if you preferl heard them tgood pIedgesJ bleating tit sure must have been a dreaml. but when she tEbb Ford this timel awoke, she tstill Fordl found it a joke fthe chapteri for still they fstill some good pledges! were a-fleeting tif they knew Ford was after them we'll bet they are still runningl. Then up she tLucian Yvadlingtonj took her little crook ra corkscrew that Skinner willed himl determined tthat's the stuff XVadlingtonJ for to find them tdon't mislead any good boys, Lucianj. She tstill XVadlingtonl found them fit must have been after some of the activities died in about 19991 indeed loh reallyl hut it tyou figure out what "it" ish made her heart twe thought that Marianne had taken XVadlington's heartj bleed tevcrybody silent- ly weep for three minutesy for they'd fthe pledges NVadlington goty left twc don't blame theml their tails tthey must have been in an Ole Miss crap gamel behind them twe thought that's where they were bel'oreJ. lt twe still don't know what "it" stands for! happened one day fjust out of a clear sky! as Bo-Peep fchangi- back to the whole chapter! did stray tthat's nothing unusuall upon a meadow tpoor old meadow? hard by. There she tstill the chapter? espied their tails tcensoredy side hy side fpause for two minutes so you can get a mental view of thisl all hung tlike a haml on a tree to dry twe expect they'll hang a long time 'cause we haven't ever seen any "dry" membersb. I933-34 HISTORY OF CAMPUS ACTIVITIES It's been just an ordinary year with a lot of funny people doing a lot of funny things, but, even so, the annual cannot go to press with blank pages where something unusual should be recorded for that posterity which is almost certain to make up the student body of Ole bliss in Coming years. Throughout the year students have followed the age-old custom of waking up at the end of each class period, going to the p0sI oflice alter each of the two trains had run, and religiously attending the meetings of the Cafe Club each evening at nine o'clock, thereby helping Tom and Speiro in their ambition to lose more money than ever as a token of their devotion to the Ole Miss student body, That's all very general and perhaps we should specialize a bit rather than generalize, VVe realize fully that as "Specialists" the members of the ilflisxiysippizllz staff are far superior to us, but in spite of this handicap we shall try. September, being the opening month of school and all those things, saw unprecedented activity on the campus. Three sororities succeeding in roping in eighty-six unsuspecting co-eds, challeng- ing the position Sigma Alpha I-lpsilon has long held as the official college militia and general protective association. Some thirty-five people were appointed members of the 1954 Um: Miss staff, of which number approximately thirty have not as yet ascertained the location of the annual office. No such trouble was experienced on the .lIi.rsi,c.tippia1z staff, their oflice being located on the first floor of the building and natural impulse causing its members to gravitate toward it. lt was about this time, too, that the old girls on the campus began wondering just what manner of women these freshmen and transfers were who could come along and with no effort at all divert the attention of the hitherto faithful males. October was a big month, too, what with Homecoming and tying Alabama in a football game and Freshman Stunt Night and all those things. Dr. llume also made a longfto-be-remembered address at the first College Hour program of the year, but it being impossible for us to remember what he talked about no comment can be made on the subject. Many alumni poured in for the Homecoming Day festivities, according to a headline in our so-called newspaper, and it is generally agreed that considerable pouring was done after their arrival on the campus. An- nouncement was made by the annual staff that the last chance to have pictures made would be the following week. Note: To avoid repetition, add the above announcement to the summary of each week up to the Christmas holidays. New rules for the governing of women students were announced, with the stated object being to gain a more highly organized and eI'fective means of control, So far as we have been able to ascertain, the losing battle is still being waged and will doubtless be continued or renewed with the opening of school next September. A large portion of the student body journeyed to Meridian for the Ole Miss-Clemson football game, with a smaller proportion attending the game and a still smaller number seeing it. After a quiet and restful week-end in the buzzing metropolis, the bright-eyed lads and lassies returned to the campus Monday morning eager to continue their pursuit of that elusive thing called knowledge. Maybe We exaggerated a bit there-we are told by close observers that some learned more over the week-end than years of strict attention to college textbooks would give them. Early in November the campus was invaded by a number of high school journalists, seeking instruction in the dilhcult problems of editing a newspaper and Fred Glass' autograph. Twenty- iive of the campus co-eds were selected to take part in the annual style revue, and later in the month the style revue was actually held, patrons being charged ten cents for admission in spite of a strong movement to prevent such indignity. A majority of the students having recovered from the trip to Meridian, just about everybody who could make it went down to Jackson for the Centenary game. Then just about everybody who could make it got on the special and returned to the campus. The popularity contest was also held during this month, after which 978 members I of the student body managed to get the remaining hundred to point out the winners to them. Self gave up hope and accepted George Fverett's pin. ln December those supporting Mississippi State in the football game were aided by nature in drowning their sorrows, others helping nature along with their own ideas on the subject, The laundry bought a considerable amount of new equipment, greatly facilitating the removal of buttons and spotting of shirts. The co-eds had a dance just before the beginning of Christmas holidays and got even with the boys who had done duty dances or no dances at all with them on various and sundry occasions. liarlier in the month Mr. Fousins' Coronation Ball was staged, everybody waiting breathlessly until intermission to find out who had been elected Nliss Ole Miss. Sam Roane set everyone at ease in his own inimitable style, announcing almost everything almost as it should have been announced. Uh yes, the Interfraternity Council adopted a cheerful little earful for the benefit of next year's editor and business manager of the annual, reducing the amount to be paid by greek letter organizations something like thirty percent and thereby cutting the net profit for said editor and business manager down to a matter of six or eight thousand dollars. Vhristmas holidays came along, as they are wont to do, and everybody went home to rest up. Iiarly in january everybody returned to the campus to rest up from the holidays, with ,Iuanita Gaines, and Alice Vivian Denman bearing the spoils of the victors. Smith and Shoemaker, who contributed the pins, refused to make any statement for publication. Soon after returning to school Norris and Johnston got that way, too. Since this was all written before the spring season opened up, it is impossible for us to catalogue the remainder of the romances, but these three ought to give you some idea as to the state of affairs on the campus. Mr. Gainey opened up a picture show for the amusement of Bob VVilliams and the campus in general lafter all, it does save taxi fare, not to mention eight centsl. Iixaminations came along to make everybody miserable or for some other equally foolish reason. Vile can't print the interesting features of the post-exam period, so we won't say anything at all about that. Really, the whole thing is a bit hazy to us anyway. Shortly afterwards Mr, Cousins gave another dance, two in fact, with joe Sanders pinch-hitting for llerbie Holmes and his Greater Mississippians. lt was a gala occasion, and one very much enjoyed by all except the afore-tnentioned Mr. Cousins, who had already worn himself completely cut writing letters and exchanging telegrams with M. C. A. This all came about the first and second of February, but I still hadn't got out of the habit of writing January, 1933, so we might as well include that in the january' summary. Matriculation for the second semester came a day or so earlier, and as usual nobody knew where to carry what blank to be signed or filled out. 'lihe only thing anybody was sure about was that the reduction made in fees over last year wasn't such a big reduction after all, and as a matter of fact only prolonged the agony rather than relieving the situation. February being a rather short month, and since we have already included the mid-terms in january revelations, we might as well be Marching. Spring holidays, spring football training, and spring fever all combine to make this a month of much festivity, while the rising of the sap tends to make it a month also of much activity. It is during this month that thought begins to turn to campus politics lwe secretly suspect that the members of the republican party had this in mind during rush week last Septemberl and that old adage, "XVhat is home without homebrew ?" April brought on the politics, and the beer garden near Oxford made the need of homebrew negligible, and in May seniors began wondering just how they would make a living when they got out of school. And all through the spring students have been waiting anxiously for the annual to be released in order that they might read such as this, which explains why l've' written less voluminously on this period-just had to hurry up with it so the annual could come out. ln case it comes out earlier than May, which is the last month mentioned, I got to writing so fast that I just couldn't stop any earlier, '5 jx 's wig. fggw ', K TN X ,, . ., I .if--1 - 1 AUMUSHM . ff? ,X X f 5F:f1,'Q I ' Wu Q ' 5 w ' F Q -fff ' ,LQ if-'ET-'gg K -45552 V' ,HGNW x.f ,., UNIVERSITY OF MISSISSIPPI The University Comprehends Nine Divisions as Follows: THE COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS, founded in 1848, embracing worlc in more than twenty departments leading to the B.A. degree: THE SCHOOL OF LAW, founded in 1854, offering a course requiring three years for completion: THE SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING. founded in 1900, covering four years of a standard engineering course, THE SCHOOL OF EDUCATION, founded in 1903, meeting the needs of all who intend to teach in the schools of the Stateg THE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, founded in 1903, providing a thorough course of two years, constituting the first two years of the usual four years in Medicineg THE SCHOOL OF PHARMACY, founded in 1908, offering a three-year course leading to the degree of "Pharmaceutical Chemist," and a four-year course leading to the degree of B.S. in Pharmacy: THE SCHOOL OF COMMERCE AND BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION, founded in 1917, offering a four-year course leading to the degree of B.S. in Commerce. 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