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

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For the expression of confi- dence from the students in allowing us to he the first to attempt this new undertalcingythe Editor and Business Manager are indeed grateful. ln presenting this volume to the Students of Ole Miss, it has loeen the purpose of the Edito- rial Staff to depict vividly student life at the University and to recreate for you incidents and associations which have made this school year a happy one. lf in the future this printed and pictoriol record may help recall tender memories of almost forgotten college days, your expenditure and our efforts will not have been in vain. Q 'ix J.-if Q ,mf N, '-Q41 -ya Egg J uf 5 'Q' 1. v 5- 7,3 1 ,. Kim .dimer Giro e , . 5 1:21 ff? 1-5 :. sf, . iqffi, 112 4 ff, 1 1 ,jg 'n. 1 w vw --fs,- vutv -vnu: Qu flz fo usfice CCDNTENTS Elma Mater Ftthleties Ftettvities Features Fraternities Qrqarlizattens S AN expression ot the grati- tude ot the University tor his unseltish devotion to her inter- ests, ior his service os President ot the Associated Student Body, tor his accomplishment in making this yearbook possible, We respect- fully dedicate this volume to LYLE BHTES Fl leader ond true son ot Qle Miss E Dl J A T I CN WL P E YJ f b 6 1 2 'V r I 4: jr. .Buffs CHANCELLOR .M dzofzrz .gee Qailzey O SECRETARY AND BUSINESS MAN GER OF THE UNIVER- SITY OF MISSISSIPPI ClifliTlQN Ot the many Valuable servioes rendered the Editor and Business Manager in the pub- lication of the l936 Qle Miss and especially in recognition of their having been instru- mental in establishing a system under which a greater ond more representative year- book can be presented to eaoh student. 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I' f, -'bf 'X-2" Q,,',','Xr. 1',. 4 X l'! ,Il A." X 1 ALMA MATH Pt 'Way down south in Mississippi there's a spot that ever calls, Where among the hills enfolded stand old Alma Mater's halls. Where the trees lift high their branches to the whisper- ing Southern breeze, There Ole Miss is calling, calling to our hearts' fond memories. With united hearts we praise thee, all our loyalty is thine, And we hail thee, Alma Mater, may thy light forever shine, May it brighter grow and brighter, and with deep affection true, Our thoughts shall ever cluster 'round thee, dear old Red and Blue. May thy fame throughout the nation, through thy sons and daughters grow, May thy name forever walcen in our hearts a tender glow, May thy counsel and thy spirit ever keep us one in this, That our own shall be thine honor now and ever, dear Ole Miss! Page I8 Odi TRUSTEES Gov. M. S. CONNER, President Jackson RT. REV. XVILLIAM M. GREEN, Chairman Meridian HON. XVILLIAM H. SMITH, Execzzfiw Secretary Jackson Miss NIARTH.-X C. RNOCHS Jackson HON. BELL G. HAZARD fi ,olumbus HON. JAMES E. BYRD Blount Olive MRS. CORINNE R. GLIYTON Blue Rlountain SLYPT. GEORGE M. NICLENDON Newton REV. JOSEPH A. SMITH Jackson HON. GERALD W. CHATHAM Hernando HON. JAMES H. Currie Iweridian KNO: in picrulej HON. OSCAR F. BLEDSOE Greenwood fNot in picturej J 9 . ALFRED B. BUTTS s.s., Ms., AM, PH.D., LL.s. Dr. Alfred B. Butts, Eleventh Chancellor of the University of Mississippi, assumed the Chancellorship on July 1, 1935. Prior to his coming to Ole Miss, he held the position of Vice-President and Professor of Government at Mississippi State College. Since 1911, when he became a member of the faculty at Mississippi State, Dr. Butts has given his ability, effort, and life to College and Univer- sity worlc. His educational activities have not been confined to Mississippi, for he has served on the faculties of the University of Texas, University of Virginia, University of California, Dulce University, and others. Although Dr. Butts is now serving his first year at Ole Miss, his sympathy with and understanding of all students, his loyal cooperation and utmost efforts pertaining to the spirit and progress of Ole Miss, his qualities as a man, have made him dear to the University. With such a man in the Chancellor's chair, Ole Miss is destined to make remarkable strides in her prog- ress toward the pinnacle of American Colleges and Universities. Page I9 alias ALFRED HUME, CE., D.SC., LL.D. Chancellor Emeritus Alfred Hume, Chancellor-Emeritus and now head of the llathematical De- partment of the University of lllississippi, has done much to make the Uni- versity one of the leading educational institutions of the South. It was through his incessant efforts and his sincere devotion to the University, that it now holds its position among the leading schools. DAVID HORACE BISHOP, M.A., LL.D. Vice-Chancellor David H. Bishop has served the L'niversity as Vice-Chancellor for many years. In the absence of the Chancellor, Dr. Bishop becomes the oflicial head of the institution. He is also the head of the English Department of the University and under his direction this division of the curriculum has become one of the outstanding units of the courses of study. COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS ALFRED WILLIAM MILDEN B A PH D Dean school on the Ole bliss campus The curriculum of this school is so planned 'is to afford a general education as well as specialization in one group of , . ., . . The College of Liberal Arts of the Liniversity of Klississippi is the oldest studies. Preparatory courses are offered in lvledicine and Law. SCHOOL OF COMMERCE JAMES WARSAW BELL, B.A., P1-LD. Dean The purpose of this division of the University of lllississippi is to offer those requirements for the making of a business career. Since the establishment of this school in 1917, the highest of standards of school work have been maintained. The student must be sufficiently able and mature enough to do college work before entrance into this school is granted. Page 20 ilftvillf SCHOOL OF PHARMACY ELMER LIONEL HAMMOND. PH.C., B.S., M.S. The School of Pharmacy. established in 1908, ollcrs both undergraduate and graduate courses to those students preparing for intelligent practice in all 'FE branches of the field of Pharmacy. The School is now a member of the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy, an organization of the lead- ing Colleges of Pharmacy of the United States. SCHOOL OF EDUCATION FLOYD Eivnvirsrr FARQUEAR, B.S., MA. The courses offered in the School of Education are planned so as to meet the professional needs of the teachers of the secondary school system, and to de- velop a professional attitude toward teaching. This School was established in 1903, and since that time has done much toward raising the standards of f teaching in the secondary schools. University High School is used for prac- . .. SCHOOL OF LAW THOMAS C. KIMBROUGH, PH.B., LL.B. The Law School of the University of lllississippi was established in 1854. and since that time has progressed, until now, it is considered one of the lead- ing law schools of the South. lt is a member of the Association of American Law Schools. Such requirements and restrictions for entrance into this school allow only the best of students to enter. L tice teaching. SCHOOL OF MEDICINE BILLY S. GUYTON, M.A., M.D., OPH.D., F.A.C.S. Dean The Liniversity of Hlississippi lledical School was created by a special act of the Board of Trustees in 1903. Since its foundation it has maintained a uniformly high standard of medical education. This statement is attested by the records made by the students entering other medical schools. Courses offered by the School provide a general education of medicine as a founda- tion for graduate work. Page 2I G-Mainz SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING ANDREW B. HARGIS, B.E., C.E. Dean Some courses in engineering were first offered at the University as early as 1872, but it Was not until 1900 that the School of Engineering was organ- ized. As now organized, the school offers courses in three branches of en- gineering, namely, Civil, Chemical, and General Engineering. These courses are so arranged that a professional degree in any of the branches may be ob- tained by the student doing satisfactory Work. THE GRADUATE SCHOOL ALEXANDER L. BONDURANI, A.M., L1TT.D., LL.D. Dean The Graduate School of the University offers courses to those students hav- ing graduated from the University or from any other institution of recog- nized standing. Scholarships and student assistantships are offered to de- serving graduate students. In 1928 the State Legislature appropriated a liberal sum toward the construction of a Graduate School building which is surpassed by none. DEPARTMENT OF MUSIC LAURA T. MARTIN, B.A., B.MUs. , Director The Department of lNiIusic of the University of Mississippi offers courses to those students who are candidates for the Bachelor of Miisic degree, as well as offering courses that are accepted in the College of Liberal Arts. This division of the University was founded in I930 and was authorized in 1934. ESTELLA G. HEFLEY, B.A., lVI.A. Dean of Women It is the duty of the Dean of Women to have control of the conduct of the women students attending the University of Nlississippi. The Women's dining hall is under her supervision, and it is through her that all activities affecting the women students of the University are conducted. Page 22 slfzalfian RICHARD MALCOLM GUESS, B.S., MA. ' Dean of Men Dean Guess is serving the University in two official positions, namely, Dean of lllen and Acting General Secretary of the Young lIen's Christian As- sociation. As Dean of Klen he serves as advisor to the men students and controls the men student activities on the campus. As General Secretary of the Y. RI. C. A. he heads religious activities on the campus. EDGAR LEE WALKER, B.A. Director of Athletics and Physical Education It is required that every student on entering the University participate in some form of athletics for the first two years in school. It is under the supervision of the Athletic Department, that this work is carried on. Teams in all phases of sports have been carefully trained and as a result have made a name for the University in that field of education. JEFFERSON KOGER I-IAMM, B.S. Alumni Secretary The Alumni Secretary of the University of lllississippi has many duties to perform. It is through this office that the alumni are informed as to the ac- tivities of the students. Furthermore the duty lies in this position to make all arrangements for athletic games that the University participates in. R. Joi-IN LEE GAINEY, B.A. Secretary and Business Manager It is through the office of the Secretary and Business Nlanager that all pur- chases and all payments are made for the University. The Cafeteria and the Laundry are supervised under this department, as well as all improvements on buildings and grounds. This so important position has been most capably filled by hir. Gainey, since he assumed the responsibility in 1932. Page 23 ln GRADUATE SCHOOL OFFICERS l JAMES JOHNSON . A A E ...................A.,. President WALTER MURPHY ...,.. Vice-President ARVILLE WEBB . . . ,....... Secretary CALLIE AUSTIN ,,., .. ..E...A... E................, T reasurer 7ZZ.46lfLlfilfl Zlfae GRADUATES . ii hr' A 5 21 Tia 3 3, -Qi 4- 4. 21 4 .2-3' 'uf GRADUATES CALLIE AUS1'lN, H Z fb . ...... . Graduate . . Oxford, Miss. Y. VV. C. A., "Vox" Staff, '33, '34, '35, Taylor Medal in Botany, '35, Honor Roll, '34, BERNICE S. BOSTWICK . ....... . . Greenville, Miss. Graduate VV. L. COBB . . ...... . . Eupora, Miss. Graduate L. O. COOPER . . ...... . . Leland, Miss. Graduate JOHN CECIL CURRIE . ...... . . . . Hattiesburg, Miss. Graduate Q State Teachers College, '33. OSCAR S. DOOLEY . . ...... . . Tunica, Miss. Graduate Debating Team, ,3I, ,32, '33, Student Dance Committee, '34, Taylor Medal in History, '32, Odom Prize, '32, Hermean Literary Society, Secretary, ,32Q Vice-President, ,33Q President International Relations Club, '34, Mississippian Staff, 1, 2, 3, 4, Y. M. C. A., 1, 2, 3, 4. HERBERT SAFFORD EMICH . . ..... . . Jackson, Miss. Graduate EUCENIA FLxNN . . ...... . . Hernando, Miss. Graduate SARAH BARRY GILLESPIE . ...... . . Jackson, Miss. Graduate RAY HOLDER, T T Q . ....... . . . Lucedale, Miss. Graduate "M" Club, Band, 2, 3, 49 Debating Team, 4, Boxing Team, 2, 3, 43 Honor Roll, 4, University Players, Masonic Club. CHARLES NEv1N JONES . . ..... . .... Woodville, Miss. Graduate Student Assistant in Chemistry, 4, Dance Committee, 4, 5, 6. GEORGE C. KEALHOFER . . ...... . . Blaine, Miss. ' Graduate Glee Club, Band. THOMAS K1NzER, df H 47 . ........... Yokena, Miss. Graduate Philosophy Club, Interfraternity Council. Page 26 GRADUATES T. P. MCCULLOUCH, JR. . ...... . . Vardaman, Miss. Graduate Taylor Medal in Astronomy, '34. CHARLIE MOFFAT, Z A E . ....... . . Senatobia, Miss. Graduate Mississippiarz Staff, 3, 4, 5, Graduate Club. XVALTER MURPHEY, dv K XII, T K A . . . . . . Oxford, Miss. Graduate Debating Team, 3, 4, Interfraternity Council, 4, 5, Student Assistant in Chemistry, 4, 5, 6, Senior Y. M. C. A., M. O. A. K. S. MARY CATHERINE NEu.L, A A A, II K II . . . . . Oxford, Miss. Graduate Belhaven College, '31, Annual Staff, '32, '33, Taylor Medal in Ger- man, '34, Graduate Club Secretary, '34. JOHN DEVVITT Riccm, JR., A T A, E 9 II . . . . . jackson, Miss. Graduate Musical Club, 2, 3, 4, 5, Orchestra, 2, 3, 4, 5, Treasurer Junior Engi- neering Class, Treasurer Senior Engineering Class, Annual Staff, American Society of Civil Engineers, Honor Roll, 4, Band, 2, 3, 4, Honor Council, 2, 3, Treasurer Engineering Club, 3, 4. MARGARET JANE R1sH . . ..... . .... Houston, Miss. Graduate Taylor Medal in Spanish, Italian Medal in Latin, Honor Roll, '32, '33, '34, Associate Editor of "Vox," '35. MARY LEE SCOTT, X SZ . ...... . Union Church, Miss. Graduate PAULINE E. SMITH, H E 417 . ...... . Meridian, Miss. Graduate GEORGE A. STEVENS . . ..... . . Hattiesburg, Miss. Graduate Student Assistant Romance Language Department, Professor of First Year Spanish. JAMES COLLIER STEVVART, K 2, fb II Z, Z T, H E fb, II K II ..................Charleston,Miss. Graduate Blue Key, Editor "M" Book, '34, President Latin Club, '34, Editor "Vox," '34, President Graduate Club, '35, President Eta Sigma Phi, '35, Vice-President Y. M. C. A., '35, Senicr Speaker, '34, Hsnur Roll, '32, '33, '34. T. T. WEAVER . . ........ . . Smithville, Miss. Graduate Assistant in Biology ARVILLE WEBB . ................ Isola, Miss. Graduate Y. W. C. A., Secretary of Graduate Club. GEORGE P. WOOD, JR. . . .. ......... Moss Point, Miss. - Graduate Latin Club, Athenaeum Club, Senior Y. M. C. A., Assistant in Chem- istry and Physics, Scholarship in Psychology, Honor Roll, '35. Page 27 :L We Q U SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS l JAMES B. SMITH c . , President of Liberal Arts School MCNEIL BARTLING, JR. . . . President of Business School MATT HARPER, JR. . , . , . President of Law School ROBERT H. DAVIS , . President of Engineering School LOUIS A. EATON, , , President of Pharmacy School RALPH SNEED ..,. . . . President of Medical School "CZ.46lfLiilfL iAeSENIQRS , 'U' SENIORS SAM ABBOTT . . . ......... . . Natchez, Miss. Liberal Arts Editor "M" Book, '35, Mississippian Staff, '34, '35, Annual Staff, 135, Y. M. C. A., News Bureau. ONiTA ALDRIDCE, fb AI, H E fb, A A A, T K A . . . . Winona, Miss. Liberal .iris Vice-President Freshman Y. XV. C. A., President Sophomore Y. W. C. A., Secretary Senior Y. XV. C. A., Treasurer Senior Y. VV. C. A., Treasurer Latin.Club, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer VV. S. G. A., 2, Annual Staff, 2, 3, .Mississippian Staff, 2, 31 VV. S. G. C., 3, Debating Team, 1, 2, 32 Editor "Vox," 3. XV. M. AALEXANDER, E X . ....... . . Como, Miss. Businfss School C. L. IALLRED, JR., fb K E . . 5 ...... . Hazelhurst, Miss. Pharmacy MRS. INEZ BUNCH ANTHONY . .,.. . . Fulton, Miss. Education NICHOLAS GAINES AUGUSTUS, A XII . ........ Pontotoc, Mi s. Libcral Arts .Mississippian Staff, '34, '35, Y. M. C. A., 4. HUGH M. B.xuu1.Ex', II K A . ........ VVater Valley, Miss. Lafw Law journal, '34, MCNEH. B.xR1'L1Nc, JR., K E . .......... Itta Bena, Miss. Businzfss School "M" Club, President Freshman Class, President Senior Class of Busi- nes School, Football, 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball, 2, 3, 4, Interfraternity Council. S. LYLES BATES, H K A . ............ Gloster, Miss. Lafw President A. S. B., 5, Treasurer A. S. B., 4, Head Monitor, 5, Faculty- Student Band Committee, 5, Executive Council, 4, 5, Dance Conduct Committee, 5, Publications Committee, 5, Athletic Committee, 5, Man- ager Student Bank, 3, 4, 5, Board of Directors Y. M. C. A., 5, Gym Dance Committee, 4, Blue Key, Hermean Literary Society, I, 2, Y. M. C. A., 3, 4, 5,. Baseball, IQ Interfraternity Council, 2, 3, 4, Cardinal Club, 2, Chairman Memorial Committee. HELEN BA1'rAu.E, X Q . ........ . . jackson, Miss. Liberal Arts Senior Y. VV. C. A. JOHN SIDNEY BEACH, A T A . ........ . Tibbee, Miss. Business School and Law EDN.-A RUTH BENNI-:Tr . .......... Crystal Springs, Miss. Liberal Arts Senior Y. W. C. A., W. S. Legislative Council. Page 30 SENIORS I. D. BENSON, E N . . .... . . Anguilla, Miss. Lafw Senior Y. M. C. A., Dance Committee, President Senior Law Class, Treasurer Junior Class of Business School, Treasurer Freshman Law Class. FRED C. BERGER . . ........... Port Gibson, Miss. Liberal Aris and Lafw Tennis Team, 2, 3, .ig International Relations Club, Hermean Literary V Society. SAMUEL B. BIGHAM . . ....... . . Pontotoc, Miss. Liberal Arts Glee Club. GEORGE P. BLUNDELL . ........ . . Yazoo City, Miss. Liberal Arts Cardinal Club, 29 International Relations Clubg Treasurer Sophomore Class, Y. M. C. A., "M" Book Staff, 3, Band, 1, 2, 3, 4. OUmA BooTH, K A . . ...... . . Lexington, Miss, Liberal Arts JAMES BQRNMAN . . ..... . Summit, Miss. Pharmacy Senior Y. M. C. A., Pharmacy Club. ODIE D. BRACKIN . . ........ . . Town Creek, Ala. Liberal Arts DOUGLASS IVIAXXVELI. BRAMLETTE, dv A 9, 'Iv A fb . . Woodville, Lafw Princeton, '34, Assistant Editor Mississippi Law journal. EARLE DEAN BRANNON, A A A . . . . . Liberal Arts Pix. MARGARET BREVARD, 111 M . ..... . Liberal Arts HOWARD BRITT, IT K fb . ....... . Liberal Arts Hermean Literary Society, Boxing, J. F. R. BROCK . . ..... . . Liberal Arts Page 3I . .Woodville, . .Dundee, . . Brookhaven, Basketball. . . Carmichael, Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. .M -ei ,i ll SENIORS JAMES T. BROOKSHHLE, H K fb . . . . . Pharmary CHARLES READ BRYSON . ....... . Business School G. M. BUCHANAN, E A E . ....... Golf. 2. 3. 4: GEORGE BUFFALOE, GENE BULLOCK, X Pix, Senior Y. VV. XVAITUS R. BURRIS Businfss Srllool Hermean Literary Society, Y. sl' A 9 . ...., . Librral .iris . Belden, Miss. . Tupelo, Miss. Holly Springs, Miss. M. C. A., 1, 2, 3. . Oxford, Miss. Glee Club, Senior Y. M. C. A. E2 . ...... . Librral :Iris . . Columbia, Miss. C. A., Latin Club, Philosophy Club, Style Show. Libwral .-I rls . Pittsboro, Miss. EVA MM BUTLER, K E T . ....... . Oxford, Miss. Businrss Srlzo ol Secretary Sophomore Class of Business School, Secretary Junior Class of Business School, Secretary Senior Class of Business School. FLORA BUTLER . . ...... . Oxford, Miss. Librral .flrts XV11.1'oN BYARS, fb II fb . . . . . Oxford, Miss. Law Rosexno CABALLERO, jk., E 9 II . .... . Oxford, Miss. Enginfzfring Glee Club, Assistant in Department of Spanish. Corfm CAMPBELL, 21 A E . ....... . . Yazoo City, Miss. Businrss School MARY ALICE CAMPBELL, K A . . .... . Denver, Colo. Libfral Ari: Page 32 SENIORS OEEA LUNSFORD CAsEi', H K 41 . . . . . Laurel, Miss. Law Glee Club, Associate Editor Mississippi Law Journal, '34, Book Re' view Editor, '35, Boxing Team, '33, Treasurer Senior Law Class, Senior Y. M, C. A. Band, '30, Hermean Literary Society. J. B. CAVER, B 9 H . ..,.... . . Meridian, Miss. Pharmacy President Pharmacy Club. MARTHA CHASE, X S2 . . ...... . . Lucy, Tenn. Liberal :Iris Pix. CLAUDE CHITVVOOD . . ...... . Columbus, Miss. Liberal .iris ARTHUR MILLER CLARK, A T S2 . ..., . . Ruleville Miss. Business Sehool M. O. A. K. S. CATHERINE CLARK, X Q . . . ..... . Yazoo City, Miss. Liberal .iris JAMES A. CLARK, JR., A T SZ, 9 K XII . . . . Ruleville, Miss. Medicine Medical Club, 4, 5, Sunflower Junior College, 1, 2, Y. M. C. A., 3, 4, Y. M. C. A. Committee Chairman, 5, M. O. A. K. S., Dormitory Control Board, 5, Vice-President Senior Class. w7RENNlE COCKE, A T A . ....... . Senatobia, Miss. Liberal :Iris M. O. A. K. H. L. COCKERHAM, JR., fb K XII, fb X . . . Liberal .-Iris M. O. A. K. S., Mississippi College, 1, Medical School. HORACCLYN DELL COFER . ..... . Liberal Arts Treasurer of junior Class of S. . Gunnison, Miss. 2, Boxing, 4, President ol . . . VVater Valley, Miss. B.A. School. JANICE COLQUITT, if M, H E fb . ..... . . Beulah, Miss. Liberal Arts President Freshman Y. W. C. A., Latin Club, Mississippian Staff, IQ W. S. Legislative Council, 2, 3, 4, Secretary Eta Sigma Phi, 4, Style Show, 3, Assistant Editor "Vox," 2, 3, Editor k'Vox," 4. MlLTON'CO0K, E A E . ....... . . Oxford, Miss. Liberal Arts. Page 33 SENIORS XV. H. COOK, JR., C11 K XI' . .... . . Jackson, Lafw Miss. M. O. A. K. S., Senior Y. M. C. A., Gym Dance Committee, ,33, Treasurer Junior Class of Business School, ,33. VIRGIL G. CooR, E A E . ........ . . . Oxford, Liberal Arts "M" Club, '33, Boxing, ,335 Senior Boxing Manager, ,35. MRs. SARA XVALLACE COVVART, fb M .... . . Oxford, Liberal Arts Senior Y. VV. C. A. LELIA Cox . . 1 ...... . . Marks, Liberal Arts VVILLIAM ToM CRAVYFORD, K Z . .... . . Mathiston, Liberal Arts VVALTER VV. CRAWFORD . ...... . .Tylertown, Liberal Art: ROBERT CRISLER, K A . ......... . . Flora, Liberal Arts Baseball, '35, Track, '35, DAVID P. DABBS, II K 412 . ....... . . . Shannon, Liberal Arts Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Cardinal Club: Vice-President Sophomore Class, Vice-President Junior Class, Y. M. C. A., Interfraternity Council ,. Hermean Literary Society. ROBERT H. DAvxs, 2 A E . ...... .... O kolona, Miss Engineering President Senior Class, Cardinal Club, 2, Interfraternity Council, American Society of Civil Engineers. PAUL W. DENTON, II K A . ........... Marks, Miss. Liberal Arts Assistant Band Director, '35, Hermean Literary Society, Orchestra '32, '35- DAISY Les DixoN . . ...... . . Mount Olive, Miss. ' Liberal Arts Vice-President VV. S. G. A., Senior Y. W. C. A. S. B. DoDD . . ........ . . Chester, Education Senior Y. M. C. A. Page 34 Miss. SENIORS ANNA LYNN DooI.EY . . ...... . . Oxford, Misa. Liberal .iris L. T. EASLEY . . ...... . . McComb Miss. Pharmacy RA MELLE EASON, fb M . ...... . . . Hernando Miss. Education Pixg Secretary A. S. B., Gym Dance Committee, Senior Y. W. C. A. BLAINE H. EATON, II K CIP , ........ Taylorsville, Miss. Liberal Arts George Washington University, 1, 2, 3. Louis AUDLER EATON, S P E . ..... . . Sumrall, Miss. Pharmacy M. O. A. K. S.g Cardinal Clubg Interfraternity Councilg Vice-President Pharmacy Clubg President Senior Pharmacy Class, Secretary Junior Class. DELMER E. EDWARDS . . ...... . . Boguechitto, Liberal Ari: Y. M. C. A.g Basketball, '35g Track, '35. THELMA EDWARDS . . ...... . . Education Senior Y. W. C. A. CHARLES NExLL ELEY . . ...... Pharmacy HxRAM ELLIOTT, 2 X . . .... . . Medicine Medical Club. BERT S. ERVIN, E X . . ........ Business School GEORGE M. ETHRIDGE, JR. . . ....... Lafw . Boguechitto, . .Scooba, . Courtland, . Crawford, . Meridian, Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Chairman Y Building Committeeg Phi Sigma Literary Societyg As- sistant Business Manager OLE Miss, '34g Band, 1, 2, 3, 4g Gym Dance Committee, '35g Mississippi Legislator from Lauderdale County, Vice- President junior Law Class, Secretary Sophomore Class of B.A. School. CHARLES FAIR, fb A '9 . ............ Louisville, Miss. . Liberal Art: and Lacw Secretary Senior Y Cabinetg M. O. A. K. S., Chairman Student Dance Committee. Page 35 wal- Q7 '16- -'-.-X . '.-u Q11 'PY' is . 4 , r 1 Q SENIORS DAVIS L. FAIR, JR., fb A 9 . .......... Louisville, Miss. Liberal .iris M. O. A. K. S., Y. M. C. A., 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball Manager, 3, 4. IsAAc CHESTER FARMER . ...... . . Mendenhall, Miss. Mrdirine' MARY EL1zABE1'H FATHERREE . .... . . Greenwood, Miss. Medirine E. M. FEDRIC, E N . . ....... . Charleston, Miss. Liberal Alrls VVn.1.1AM H. FEDRIC, E N . ....... . Charleston, Miss. Liberal Arts M. O. A. K. S., Boxing Maanger, '32. FRED FELDER, E 4, E . ........ . Summitt, Miss. Businfss Sflzool LAWRENCE FELDMAN, fb E H . ...... . University, Miss. Liberal .-lris Senior Y. M. C. A., Photographic Editor OLE Miss, 3, 43 New York University, I, 2. MYLDRED FERGUSON, A Z, H E fb . . . . . . Oxford, Miss. Liberal Arts JAMES S. FISACKERLY, E A E, fb X, B Z . . Medicine . . . Blaine, Miss. Senior Y. M. C. A., Hermean Literary Society, Band, 2, 3, 4, Orches- tra, z, 3, 4, Music Club, Medical Club, Student Assistant in Phys- iology. HELEN D. Fos'1'ER, A A A . ..... . Liberal flrls AUEREY BEN FULTON, Z A E . . . . ' Lafw Football, 1, 2, Boxing, t, 2, "M" Club GEORGE CURRIE FURR . . . Pharmacy Page 36 . . Tupelo, Miss. . . Jackson, Miss. Boxing Manager, 4. . . Oxford, Miss. s SENIORS THOMAS F. GAINES, A T 5? . . .... . . . Memphis, Tenn. Engineering Cardinal Club, Engineering Club. NEO CHARLES GASKIN, K A . ......... Aberdeen, Miss. Liberal Arts Hermean Literary Society, Cardinal Club, '32, Vice-President of Fresh- man Class, '31. ORMAN K. GEE, E N . . ........ . . Carrollton, Miss. Business School Blue Key, President Cardinal Club, '34, "M" Club, 3, 4, 5, Interfra- ternity Council, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President A. S. B., '35, Gym Dance Com- mittee, '35, Baseball, '33, '34. HUNTER SCALES GEORGE, K A, A 2 H . . . . . . Macon, Miss. Business School Senior Y. M. C. A. ALEX G1LL1AM, 2 A E . ....... . . Clarksdale, Miss. Liberal Arts LAWRENCE Gwix, K E . . . . . . . . Natchez, Miss. Law ALFRED HABEEB . ......... . . .Vicksburg Miss. Medicine Treasurer Medical Club, Mississippi College, 1, 2, 3. FAY HALL, 2 A E, fb H E, II K II . ....... Tupelo, Miss. Liberal Arts President Phi Eta Sigma, '33, President Pi Kappa Pi, '35, Y. M. C. A., 1, 2, 3, 4. VICTOR HALPERIN . . ...... . New York, N. Y. Liberal Arts Honor Roll, '35, M. M. HAMBRICK, K E . ....... . . Brooksville, Miss. . Engineering M. O. A. K. S. ANNE SMITH HARDEE, X Q . ...... . . Monroe, La. Liberal Arts ANNIE LAURIE HARGIS, fb M, K Z . . . . . . . Oxford, Miss. ' Liberal Arts Secretary Kappa Zeta, Y. W. C. A., 1, 2, 3, 4, Second Vice-President B. S. U. Council, 1, 2, Girls Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, Music Club. Page 31 SENIORS MATT HARPER, JR., fb K XII, fb A fb . . . . McComb, Miss. Lafw President Law School, '36, Gym Dance Committee, Cardinal Club, Interfraternity Dance Committee, President Junior Class of B.A. School, Interfraternity Council, Hermean Medal, '31, Glee Club, Mississippi Law journal Staff, Blue Key. BEVERLY HARTE . . .... . . Liberal Arts M. F. HARTSFIELD, A T A . .... . Liberal Arts M. O. A. K. THOMAS LoNc HARVEY, II K -dv, CID X . . Medicine S. . Oxford, Miss. . Oxford, Miss. . . Mathiston, Miss. , Senior Y. M. C. A., M. O. A. K. S., Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, Band, 1, 2, 3 Medical Club, 1, 2, 3. PAUL M. HAYNES . . ....... . .Belmont, Miss. Liberal Arts MARGARET JANE HENDERSON, K A . ....... Lumberton, Miss. Liberal Art: Secretary Senior Class, Pix. LoN DALTON HERBERT, A 9 QD, H E A . . . Oxford, Miss. Lafw KATPlRX'N E. HERRON . . ...... . . Courtland, Miss. Liberal Arts C. D. HILL . . ........ Blue Mountain, Miss. Liberal Arts , F. B. HonGEs, JR., II K fb, fl, X . .... . Wesson, Miss. Medicine Medical Club, '34, Mississippi College, '34. CECIL C. HOLLEY, II K fir . ...... . . Booneville, Miss. 1 Edueation Y. M. C. A., Honor Council, Tennis Team, Phi Sigma Literary Society. ROBERT CLARENCE HOLMES, II K fb . . . . Oxford, Miss. Liberal Arts Page 38 SENIORS ORvA1. N. HOOKER, A K E . ........ Rolling Fork Librral .Iris Phi Sigma Literary Society, M. O. A. K. S., Track, 1, 4, "M" X. M. C. A., 1, 2, 3. LOUISE HORSE, X Q . . .... . . Libfral .iris Pix. JOHN EDD HUNTER, II K 41 . ..... . Librral .Iris SHERLOCK H. HUTTON, dw II fb . . . Librral .llrfs Mississippian Sta lf, '34. PEi'ToN SMITH IRBY, K E . ...... . Liberal .-Iris University of Oklahoma, 1 VxoLA LEE JAMES, X Q . ...... . Libfral Jrts WALTER R. JONES, K E . ....... . Business School XVinona a Misa Club, Nllss. Lucedale, Miss. . Oxford, Miss. Grenada, Miss. Gulfport, Miss. . Belzoni, Miss. President Hermean Literary Society, Baseball Manager, 2, 3, 4, Annual Staff, 3, 4, Publications Council, 3, M. O. A. K. S., Y. M. C. A., 2, 3 4, Wu.uAM HAMMOND JoNEs . ........ French Camp, Miss. Librral .-I rts THoMAs M. KEESEE, K A, fb A 41 . .... .... H elena, Ark. Law Editor-in-Chief OLE Miss, '35, Law Journal, M. O. A. K. S., Man- ager Boxing Team, '34, Hermean Literary Society, Y. M. C. A., Annual Staff, ,33, '34. E. D. KEMP, JR., K E, fb II E, E 9 II . . . Sanatorium, Miss. Engineering Blue Key, Football Manager, 4, Y. M. C. A., 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President Sophomore and Junior Y Cabinets, Vice-President Phi Eta Sigma, Secretary-Treasurer Phi Eta Sigma, President Junior Class of Engi- neering School, Hermean Literary Society, B. S. U. Council, Mississip- pian Staff, 1, 2, Cardinal Club, "M" Book Staff. MURRAY W. KENNA, K A . ...... . . Summitt, Miss. Liberal .4 rts GEORGE E. KILPATRICK . . ....... . . Laurel, Miss. Business School Page 39 SENIORS Engineering Class, ,325 Senior Y. M. C. A. FK at ' GEORGE L. KooMos . . .... . . Qi Engineering PASCALIS LABARRE . . ..... . . Liberal Arts CARNEY GRAHAM LAsL1E, JR., dw K NI' . . . . . Liberal Art: Washington and Lee. E H LAT1MER K E. . ..... . . . . , Engineering WALLACE H. LIVINGSTON, JR., fb A 9 . . , . Liberal Arts MATTIE VIRGINIA LESLEY . ...... . . Abbeville, Liberal Ari: M1L1'oN EDWARD LEVIN . ....... . . New York, Liberal Art: ANNE LiGHTCAP, A A A . ....... . . Yazoo City, A S 3 x Liberal Arts ..? I6 U Athenian Clubg Senior Y. W. C. A. QP' ' MARY BAKER LINDSEY, A A A . ..... . . Laurel, Liberal Arts F ROBERT GLENN LIVINGSTON . ....... . . Prentiss, Liberal Arts and Lafw '-9 fc- , JAMES Hu1'1'oN LEMLY . ....... . . Newton, Liberal Ari: H Page 40 EDWARD TAYLOR KIMBLE . ...... . . Florence, Ala. Band, 1, 2, 3, 45 Drum Major, '33g President Sophomore Engineering . Oxford, Miss. . . Yazoo City, Miss. Montgomery, Ala. . Okolona, Miss. . Santa Fe, N. M. Miss. N. Y Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. SENIORS G. GARl.ANlD LYELL, JR., A Xl' . ...... . . jackson, Miss. Lafw Tennis Team, M. O. A. K. S., Shingle Club, Y. M. C. A., Vice- President I nterfraternity Council. MARGARET MACNICOL, K A . .......... Memphis, Tenn. Liberal .iris Pixg Legislative Council, '34, Pan-Hellenic, '34, Y. W. C. A., Annual Staff, '34.. ZsNo L. MANGUM . .............. Magee, Miss. Business Sfll00l Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, 45 Secretary Glee Club, 4, Secretary Hermean Lit- erary Society, 1, 2g Twilight Musical Committee. BURKETT H. MAR1'1N, fb A sb , .... . . Jackson, Miss. Lafw MARGARET MARTIN . . ....... . . McComb, Miss. Liberal Alrts Y. VV. C. A. LEON W. MASHBURN, E A E . ..... . . Clarksdale, Miss. Business SCll00l FRANK C. MAssENo1LL, Z A E . . . . . . Brookhaven, Miss. Medicine Vice-President Sophomore Class of Business School, ZQ Y. M. C. A., Glee Club. CLYDE V. MAXWELL, JR., E A E, B Z . . . . Pickens, Miss. Engineering Mississippi State, I, 2, Treasurer A. S. C. E., Senior Y. M. C. A., Band, 3. L. HENNIG NIAYFIELD, H K A . ....... Blue Mountain, Miss. Liberal Alrts' Q .J 'J Toxev H. MCBRYDE, E fb E . .......... Sumrall, Miss. Pharmacy ' Vice-President of Pharmacy Club. ANNA Lois MCCLELLAN . ...... . . Ripley, Miss. Education Assistant Physical Education Instructorg Blue Mountain College, William Wards College. MARY MCCRACKEN . ....... . . . Hernando, Miss. Liberal Arts Page 4I SENIORS Annie LoL'1sE NiCNiL'RRY . ......... New Albany, Miss. Libfral Arts Latin Club, '32, Y. W. C. A. EDXV.-XRD LEO NICDONALD . . ...,.... . Quitman, Miss. Librrol --lrts and Lafw Y. M. C. A. L. V. NICDOXYELL, JR. . ........ . . Catchings, Miss. Liberal .iris LUCRETIA MCDOiS'ELL, A A A, A A A . . ...... Oxford, Miss. Philosophy Club, Cheerleader, Y. VV. C. A., Cardinal Club Spon- sor, '34. NIARY LILLI.-XX NICGINNIS, dv AI, H E 'IP . . .... Sardis, Miss. Liberal :Iris President XV. S. G. Council, 4, Y. VV. C. A., 1, 2, 3, 41 Cheerleader, IQ Pan-Hellenic Council, 3, 4, President Latin Club, '34. LENOIR MCGOWES, X Q . ........... Beulah, Miss. Busincss School Pan-Hellenic Council, Vice-President Y. VV. C. A., 3, President Y. W. C. A., 4, M. s. C. W., 1, 2. THOMAS E. MCKELL, E X, fir X . . . . . . . Port Gibson, Miss. .Medicine Treasurer Freshman Medical Class, Philosophy Club, SQ Latin Club, 33 Honor Roll, 2, 4, Medical Club, 4, 5, Student Assistant in Bac- teriolcgy and Pathology, 5, Y. M. C. A. HENRY MCKENZIE, E sb E, B Z . ..... . . Forest, Miss. Business School Treasurer Junior Class of Business School, ,34Q Band, 3, 4. CHESTER Axrmew MCLARTY, fb A 6, df II E, B Z . . . . Oxford, Miss. Liberal .flrts President Phi Eta Sigma, Band, Orchestra, Assistant Editor Mis- sissippian ,' Honor Roll. - LEE D. McLE.Ax, dv A 9, B Z . ..... . Blaine, Miss. Liberal .-lris Band, 2, 3, 43 Glee Club, 2, 3, 4. DILLARD McMuu..Ax, A T S! . ..... . . Lake, Miss. ' Business School GEORGE TRuE1'r MCPHAIL . ..... . . Slate Springs, Miss. Medicine Football, rg Vice-President Medical Club, Student Laboratory Assist- ant, Annual Staff. Page 42 SENIORS PAULINE MEACkIAM, A A A Liberal .Jrls Tom MERRU1' . . ..... ALBERT M. MlLl.ER, JR. . . Liberal .J rts Business Sebool GEORGE C. MILLER . . . Liberal Jrts A3. Y. M. C. ., THOMAS Y. MINNIECE, K A, df A CIP . . LORENE MITCHELL . . HARRELL L. MONGER, A T A Lafw Blue Key. Education Liberal Arts . .Senatobia, Blue Mountain, . Pascagoula, . .Myrtle, . Meridian, . .Taylor, Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. . . Vicksburg, Miss. Y. M. C. A., '35, M. O. A. K. S., '34, Missirippian, ,30, '31, Inter- fraternity Council, '35, Hermean Literary Society, Business Manager OLE Miss, '36, Student Gym Dance Committee, Publication Council. ALFRED MOORE, II K A . .... . . Hattiesburg, M'ss. Lafw M. 0. A. K. S., Phi Sigma Literary Society, I, 2, 3, President Phi Sigma Literary Society, 4, Mississippian Staff, 1, 2, 3, 4, Business Manager Mississippian, 4, Senior Y. M. C. A., Monitor, 3 MRS. MARTHA B. MOORE . ..... . Taylor, Miss. Education T. J. MOREHEAD, E fb E . ....... . . Parchman, Miss. Liberal .flrts ROBERT D. MORETON, E X, sb X . . . . . . Brookhaven, Miss. Medicine Senior Y. M. C. A., Medical Club. MARCUS EUGENE MORRISON, sb X . . . . . Corinth, Miss. ' Medicine Vice-President Freshman Medical Class. Page 43 QE -52 l l vi! SENIORS HUGH MURPHY, A K E . ....... . . Arkabutla, Miss. Liberal Arts Phi Sigma Literary CHARLES R. NEBI.ETT, E X . ........ Morgan City, Miss. Business Scbool Y. M. C. A., I, 2, 3, 4, Millsaps, 1932-33. GEORGE R. NEBLETT, 9 K N, B Z . .... . . Brooksville, Miss. Liberal Arts Mississippian, '34, '35, Annual Staff, '34, ,35, '36, Dance Committee, '35, '36, Drum Major Band, '34, '35, '36, Blue Key. CHARLES LAMAR NEILL, II K A, fb X, II K A . . . Ellisville, Miss. 'Medicine President Freshman Medical Class, Publication Council, Millsaps, I, 2, 3, Senior Y. M. C. A., Student Assistant. CHARLES RALPH NELSON, K E . .... . . Brownsville, Texas Liberal Arts Football, 1, 2, 3, 4. R. HUGO NEWCOMB, E N . ...... . . Richton, Miss. Liberal Arls M. O. A. K. S. ANTHONY VICTOR NICRO . ....... . University, Miss. Liberal Arts GALE NOEL, A A A, H E fb . ...... . Greenville, Miss. Liberal Aris Honor Roll, '34, Italian Medal in Latin, Secretary Alpha Lambda Delta, B. S. U. Council, Staff "Vox," Latin Club. FRANCES NOLAN, A A A, H 2 41 . ......... Canton, Miss. Liberal Arts Pix, Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, Secretary Glee Club, 4, Secretary Freshman Class, Stunt Nite Committee, 2, 3, Pan-Hellenic Council, 4, Secretary A Liberal Arts School, 3. HUBERT FULTON PATTERSON . ........ . Oxford, Miss. Engineering President American Society of Civil Engineers. IDA KATHERINE PA'l"l'ERSON . ....... . Oxford, Miss. Business Srbool WILLIAM PAYNE, K A . . .... . . Greenville, Miss. Law Page 44 SENIORS Lenox' Saxxoxsk Pence, sb I1 E, fb X . . . . Falkner, Miss Mcdifim' Secretary Medical Club, Student Assistant in Pharmacology. ,Ions Psruuxs, A A A . ....... . . Senatcbia, Bliss. Liberal .lrls .Mississippian Staff. REUBEN SIMPSON P1TTs . ....... . . Pontotoc, Miss. Libfral flris Senior Y. M. C. A. Joi-:N Q. Porxnexrzx, E X . ...... . . Ravine, Miss. Liberal .-lrts M. O. A. K. S. MARTHA POPE . . ...... . Collins, Miss. Librral :Iris Member of VV. S. G. C., Senior Y. VV. C. A. L1NToN B. PORTER . . ...... . . Morton, Miss. Librral :Iris JAMES D. PRIESTLY, A X11 . ...... . . Canton, Miss. Liberal Arts M. O. A. K. S., Boxing, I, 2, 3, Phi Sigma Literary Society, Y. M. C. A., x, 2, 3, 4, Annual Staff, '35, '36. MARY ELIZABETH PRITCHARD . ....... . . Oxford, Libvral .-lrls Secretary B. S. U. Council. Vrxcexr VVALsEii'PRosPERE, A T Q . ..... VVashington, Liberal Arts Mississippian Staff, I, 2, 3, 4, News Editor, 4, Tennis, 1, 2, Miss. Miss. 3, 47 Football, IQ Circulation Manager Annual, 2, Interfraternitv Council 2, 3, 4, Treasurer Class, 4, Interfraternity Dance Conduct Committee. 3, 4, Latin Club, 2, 3, 4, Business Manager "Vox," 3, M. O. A. K. S. BOB DRAY, Z A E . . .... . . Canton, Miss Law HUGH L. Rem, K 2 . ......... . . . Chicago, Ill Liberal Arts Senior Y. M. C. A., Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, 4. LUCY REMBERT, X Q . ....... . jackson, Miss Liberal Hrfs Page 45 SENIORS L. D. RiTTER, 22 N . ........ . .Tupelo, Liberal Arts Owl Club, Southwestern Club, Y. M. C. A., 3, 4, 5, 6. Louis N. ROCKETT, E A E, E 9 fb , . , . . . Hattiesburg, Engineering Engineering Club, American Society of Civil Engineers, Y. M. RAB RoDGERs, Z N . . ....... . Tupelo, Liberal Arts Norris Trophy, '34-'35, Football, 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball, 1, 2, Baseball, 1, 2, 3, 4., CHARLES L. RoUNsAviLLE, K 'A . . . . . . . . Tunica, Business School Miss. Miss. C. A. Miss. 3, 43 Miss. President Sophomore Class, Hermean Literary Society, Y. M. C. A., 1, 2, "M" Club, Football, 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball, 1, Baseball, I. THOMAS L. RoYcE, A T Q . ...... . Isola, Liberal Arts ALBERT R. RUssELL, CID A 9, H 2 fb, T K A . .... Oxford, Liberal Arts Miss. Miss. Mississippian Staff, I, 2, 3, 4, Assistant Editor, 3: Managing Editor, 4, Hermean Literary Society, 1, 2, 3, 4, Debating Team, 1, 2, 3, 41 De- bating Council, 1, 2, 3, 4, Philosophv Club, 3, 43 "M" Book Staff, 4g President Tau Kappa Alpha, 4, Y. M. C. A., 1, 2, 3, 4, Scribblers, 4. MARX' RUSSELL, K A . ......... . . Carthage, Liberal Arts CLINTON KENNEDY' SAMPLE . ..... . . Tupelo, Pharmacy HERMAN W. SANDERS . ........ . . Sallis, Liberal Arts Miss. Miss. Miss. Y. M. C. A. Debating Team, International'Relations Club. NET1'IE SCHMITT, A A A, H E fb . .... . . Shaw, Liberal A rts HAROLD J. Scuuc, B 6 II . ..... . , Business School. Catholic Club, University of Alabama. Wn.LiAM D. SEALE, 22 A E . ...... . . Jackson, Business School. Y. M. C. A. Page 46 Miss. . . . .Utica, New York Miss. SENIORS XVESTOS SEGURA, fb A H . ..... . Jackson, Nliss. Lau- JEROME SHAVV, TI K fb . ....... . . Slate Spring, Miss. Libfral .J H5 Y. M. C. A., IQ Varsity Boxing, 2. FRANCES ROGERS SHEFFIELD . . ..... . . Fulton, Miss. Liberal Jrlx ROBERT CARLTON SHELBY, E A E . .... . . Clarksdale, Miss. Business Sflrool Gvm Chairman Gym Dance Decorating Committee, 3, Member of , Dance Floor Committee, 4, Vice-President Freshman Class, Secretary Freshman Y. M. C. A. FRED P. SHELBY, E X . ...... . Libfral .Jrts MELVIH LowRY SHIRLEY, E fb E . . . . . M. O. A. K. S. ALLAN C. SHOEMAKER, E A E . . . . . Librral flrts Football, I, 2, 3, 4, Track, I, 2, 3, 4, Boxing, urer Iunior Class, '34 EMILE SMITH . . ..... . . Librral .iris JAMES B. SMITH . . .... . . Librral .-Iris 2,-LI . . Shelby, bliss . Baldwyn, Miss. . Meridian, Miss. Club, Treas- . Senatobia, Miss. . Magee, Miss. President B.A. School, Publication Council, Senior Y. M. C. A., Her- mean Literary Society, Gym Dance Committee. LYNN A. SMITH . ............ VVater Valley, Miss. Education Delta State Teachers College. ROBERTA SMITH, A A A . ....... . . Cleveland, Miss. Librral Arts Legislative Council VV. S. G. A., '34, '35, Secretary Junior Y. M. C. A. VIRGINIA SMITH, K A . . ....... . . Gulfport, Miss. Liberal Arts Page 47 SENIORS RALPH SNEED, H K A, 4- X . ....... Lafayette Springs, Miss. .Mrdifinc President Senior Medical Class, Medical Club. KEl1'H SOMERVILLE, II B dv . ......... Cleveland, Miss. Newcomb, 1, 2, Glee Club. DELI.IE SPEED, A A A, A A A . ...... . . Meridian, Miss. Businezu Scbool Senior Y. M. C. A., Secretary Sophomore Class. JAMES LUTHER SPENCER, 411 A 9 . ..... North Carrollton, Miss. Liberal Arts Phi Sigma Literary Society, Y. M. C. A., Baseball Manager, 2. A. T. SBRABERY . . ..... . Grenada, Miss. , Education GUY L. STENNETT . . ....... . . jackson, Miss. Liberal Arts Treasurer A. S. B., Phi Sigma Literary Society, Senior Y. M. C. A., Gym Dance Committee. C. C. STEPHENSON, A K E . .....,.. Holly Springs, Miss. Libfral flris ETHELWYN STEVENS, K A . . ....... . . jackson, Miss. Libfral Aris Secretary Y. VV. C. A. josEPH ROBERT STEVENS, JR., K E . .... . . Mathiston, Miss. Busirzfss School "M" Club, Basketball, '35, Baseball, ,35. XVILLI.-XM A. STICLER, A T Q, fb A 111 . . . .... Inverness, Miss. . Lafw Gym Dance Floor Committee, Law journal Staff, '35-'36, Case and Comment Editor, '36, Y. M. C. A., '34, ,35, '36, Chairman Community Service Committee, Class Treasurer, '35, Class Vice-President, '36, President B. S. U., '36. ALBERT NOLEN STREETER . . ...... . Derma, Miss. Librral Arts HERBERT EUGENE SUMNERS . ......... Booneville, Miss. Pharmacy Secretary Senior Class, Phi Sigma Literary Society, Y. M. C. A. Page 48 SENIORS lNDI.-X Swiss, X Q . . . ....... . . . Jackson, Li brral .J rls M. S. C. VV., Millsaps, 2, 33 Y YV C. A. JI-ITSON P. TATUM, A T Q . ..... . Liberal Arts Y. M. C. A., Honor Roll, l33 '34 HAROLD A. THOMPSON, K A . .... . . Bu.fif1fsx Srhool COURTENAYTINDALL, X Q . . . . . . . Librral .-Iris EVELYN Toon, A A A . ...... . Liberal .Jrts VmciNiA Toommz, X Q . ...... . Liberal .lrls Vicrok H. TORREY, JR., E fb E . . . . Lau: Freshman Stunt Nite, Cardinal Club, ,3I Baseball, 1, 2, 3, Eroise TowNsENo . . ....... Liberal :Iris SUE TRo1'rER, X Q . . Librral drls M. S. C. VV., I, 2 E1.slE TRULY, X Q . ........ . Liberal .flrls Senior Y. VV. C. A. WiLuAM LEE Uxonkwooo, JR., II K A . . Liberal .-Iris Meridian . Summit Indianola Cleveland, . Tupelo Meadville, C. A., 2, . Morton, Columbus, . Fayette, . Amory, Glee Club, Y. M. C. A., Mississippian Staff, 3Q Hendrix College, Phi Sigma Literary Society. Douctqxss VARDAMAN, K 2 . . .... . . Rosedale, Law Page 49 Nih- Mi S Miss Nliss Niiss Nllss Mice 3- -l-I Miss Miss Miss Mis3 I,2, Miss SENICJRS CHARLES H, VVALL . . ....... . Montrose, Miss. Liberal .-Iris JAMES B. VVALLACE . ......... . . . Oxford, Miss. Liberal :Iris Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club Treasurer, 4, Senior Y. M. C. A., 4, Chairman Twilight Musical Committee, 4, Student Assistant Music Department, 1, 2, 3, 4, Music Department Social Club President, 2, 3. M0sE VVANDER, 111 E H . ........... Charleston, Miss. Lafw Blue Key, "M" Club, Vice-President Y. M. C. A., 2, Treasurer Y. M. C. A., 3, Student Board of Directors Y. M. C. A., Student Dance Committee, Floor Chairman of Student Dance Committee, '35, Treas- urer of junior Class, Varsity Football Manager, Varsity Track Man- ager, Interfraternity Council, '34, !35Q Student Executive Council, ,34, '35, Student Honor Council, ,33, Hermean Literary Society, 1, 2, 3, 4, VVho's VVho Among College' Students, '34, Executive Committee of Student Dances, '35. CLYDE A. VVATKINS, K A . ....... . Aberdeen, Miss. Liberal flrls Cardinal Club, Y. M. C, A. VV. B. VVATKINS, JR., E A E . ......... Aberdeen, Miss. Liberal flrls Hermean Literary Society, 1, 2, Y. M. C. A., 1, 2. CLARA WATSON . . ...... . . Lexington, Miss. Liberal Arls CARL XVEEKS . ......... ..... A ckerman, Miss. Pllarmary Pharmacy Club, Senior Y. M. C. A., Secretary Senior Class. MARY ELIZABETH WEEMS, K A . ..... . Tylertown, Miss. Liberal Arts Senior Y. W. C. A. JANET VVHITEPIEAD, X Q, H E fb . .... . . West Point, Miss. Liberal .flris Senior Y. W. C. A., M. S. C. VV., I, 2. ALEATHA MARS' WHITTINGTON . ...... . Tutwiler, Miss. Business Sfhool Lou AAYILKINS, X S2 . . ....... . . Clarksdale, Miss. Liberal .'1r!s ANN Wu.l.1AMs, slr M . ........ . . Raymond, Miss. Liberal .4ris Senior Y. W. C. A. Page 50 SENIORS B. Fnaxk XVn.i.mMs, JR., E .X Ii . .... . . Gulfport, Mis-. Liberal .-Iris M. O. A. K. S., Boxing, Track. J, Davin VVILLI.-XMS, E fb Ii . ...... . . Pelahatchie, Miss. Liberal .lrlx VVALTON L. VVu.l.lAMs . ........... Ackerman, Miss. Busimzvs Sflzool DAVID B. XVILSON, E N, fb II E . . . . . . . Yazoo City, Nliss. Nlnlirinz? Blue Key, Cardinal Clubg Glee Club. E. P. XVINDHAM, KI' A CIP . ..... . . Rolling Fork, Miss. Law EVELYN Wixx, X Q . ............ Laurel, Miss. Liberal .Iris Senior Y. VV. C. A., Pan-Hellenic Council. GEORGE VVAYNE VVlxTER, II K A . ...... Independence, Miss. Liberal .lrts Basketball, 1, 2, 3. TOM XVoon, jk., E A If . ....... . . Woods-ille, Miss. Liberal .-Iris Senior Y. M. C. A. GEORGE F. VVooo1.1Er, E A E . ...... . . jackson, Miss. Lafw and Liberal .-Iris Blue Key, Cardinal Club, M. O. A. K. S., ,Mississippian Staff, 1, 3, 43 Vice-President Hermean Literary Society, Business Manager "M" Book, Treasurer Sophomore Class. VVELLS VV. VVoom', JR., K E, fb .X fb, H E fb . . . . Tchula, Miss. Lafw Blue Key, M. 0. A. K. 5.5 Scribblersg President Eta Sigma Phi, Y. M. C. A., 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 65 President of Y. M. C. A., 6, Hermean Literary Society, President of International Relations Club, Debating Team, Boxing, 3, 4, Latin Club, Latin journal, Student Executive Councilg Taylor Medal in Greek, Interfraternity Council, Interfra- ternity Dance Committee, Senior Ring Committee Chairmang Law journal Staff, Mississipian Staff, Shingle Club, "M" Book Staff. ORVILLE Youxc, II K lb . ...... . . Smithville, Miss. Liberal Ari: THOMAS L. Youxc, A T A . ..... . . Vicksburg, Miss. Liberal Art: Page 5I I JUNICR CLASS OFFICERS I JOHN N. SULLIVANT , ,4,. . . . . President of Liheral Arts School DAVE BERNARD ..e,, . . E President of Business School WISTER D. GARY, . ....s......, President of Law School SHIRLEY DAVIS ,..s, President of Engineering School EARL BRYAN. . , . .... President of Pharmacy School zesenlfin lain 5551- W l U-. -. 1 , 1?-73' 4 ...rt X , ff , I, ' v! 9' jx -Aft .qu-sig, ...sf,...ln--Qqam , - ' 14-414 -s- ' ,a. . V a -M .f - 1 1' ,-,,., f , "' A M- iAeIUNIQRS JUNICJRS NANCEY ELIZABETH ABBAY, X Q, Tunica, Miss. . . GEORGE ELLIS ABDO, sb A X, Leland, Miss. . . . . . Liberal Arts . .Pharmacy GEORGE LAWRENCE ADAMS, fi, A 9, df H E, II K II, fb A fb, II E fb, Natchez, Miss.. ........ . . . . x'iL'L'-PI'9Slli9Ill Y. M. C. A.: Mississippian Staff: Blue LORENZO H. ADAMS, K E, Ripley, Miss. . . . . Gym Dance Committee . . . .Lafw Key. SL'l'ilJl1l6'l'S. . Liberal Arts SARA ADAMS, A A A, Tupelo, Miss. . . . . Business School J. D. AI.DERMAN, McCarley, Miss. . . . . Football, 1, 2, 3. GENE Al.BERSTE1'T, K A, Rockford, Ill. . . . JESS ALDERMAN, E fb E, Brookhaven, Miss. . . Boxing Coach, 1. 2, 3. HOWELL ANDERS, Moorhead, Miss. . . . . . CHARLES C. ANDREWK'S, K E, fb A fb, Grenada, Miss. GVY'ENDOI.X'N ASHFORD, A A A, Pocahontas, Miss. . . JAMES .ASHFORD, K A, Pocahontas, Miss. . . . . VV. L. ASHLEY, E fb E, Rockfort, Miss. . . . . . . ROBERT H. ATKINSON, 41 A 9, VVater Valley, Miss. . . . Education . Education . Education . Liberal Arts . .... Lafu: . Liberal Arts Business School Business School . Liberal Arts Y. M. C. A.: Hermean Literary Society. S. C. ATKINSON, CIA A 9, Drew, Miss. . . . . . J. VV. BACKSTROM, JR., K E, Leakesville, Miss. . . JACK BAKER, A K E, Ocean Springs, Miss .... . Liberal Arts . . . Lafw . Liberal Arts ELMO KEYES BALLARD, E A E, H E fb, Tupelo, Miss. . . Liberal Arts Boxing, 25 Track, 2, Latin Cluhg Clubg NOl'tilWUSIGI'Il UnivcI'sity. '33 THOMAS BANKS, II K fb, Jackson, Miss. . . . Y. M. C. A.g Glee Club. . Liberal Arts Wll.l,lAM HENRY BARBOUR, A XII, fb A fb, Yazoo City, Miss. . . Lafw Intrafraternity Council: Law Journal Staff: Tt'llIllS Team. EMILIUS G. BARNARD, Anguilla, Miss. . . INEz CoI.E BARNES, X Q, Brandon, Miss. . . . XAIILLIARD BARNES, A T A, McCool, Miss. . . . HERB BAUMSTEN, McComb, Miss. . Ii. T. BEARD, 2 X, Columbus, Miss. . . DAVE BERNARD, Baldwyn, Miss. . ....... Football, 2. 35 Junior Class President. JOHN F. BETHEA, K 2, Laurel, Miss. . . . Page 54 Business School . Liberal Arts . Liberal Arts . .Education Business School Business School Business School it JUNIORS ERIC C. BIIQDENHARN, K A, Yickshiii-g, Miss. . FRED VV. BISHOP, Pascagoula, Miss. . NllSSlSSllll!l3ll Stuff. 2, l'IIigiIIn-1-I'iIiH l'lIIl jonx L. BLACK, E N, McCool, Miss. . . Band. HINDS Bl.ACKVl'lil.l,, Laurel, Miss. . lANNlI'I BOGCAN, A A A, Tupelo, Miss. . . VIRGINIA BooNE, Charleston, Miss. . . lfluimxrs Srhool . lfdu ralinn AI . Librral .flrlx . Pharmary . Librral .flrls . Libfral rlrtx RICHARD B. Boo'I'H, E A E, T K A, Aberdeen, Miss. . . . . Lafw Blue K1-yp President H6l'lIlE'2i1l Literziry Sovielyg In-lmzitixig T-ani, 1, 2: Treasurr.-r Y. M. C. A., 2. QQUION BOXYIE, Vicksburg, Miss. . . LAURA BRADFORD, KIA M, A A A, VVebb, Miss. . . Sven-tn1'y .l'1nior Class, Pix. . Lihrral .'lrI.r . Librral .frts NORMAN C. BREVVER, JR., E X, fl' A CII, Greenwood, Miss. . . . Lafw Blue Key, President Blue Key, 53 Ser'retzII'y Senior Y. M. C. A.: Senior Adviser to Freshman Y Cabinet, Cardinal Club. Student Imnr-e goin- xnittve: Interlraternity Counc-il R, l. 53 ll'Ai6l'fI'?lll-'X'lllly lDaIn-ag Vommit- tes-, Il, 5, M. O. A. lx. S., H. M. L. A.. 1, 2 3, -l, 51 Ser-I'etHry X. M. C. A., 33 Avtivities Editor "Ole Miss' AALEX BREYER, K A, Meridian, Miss. . . . . . Football. 1, 2, 3: Vluh. ROBERTA C. BRowNE, CIA M, Biloxi, Miss. . . GWYNNE T. BRUNT, A T Q, Kosciusko, Miss. . . CARI. BRYAN, Ruleville, Miss. . . . EARL BRYAN, A T A, Corinth, Miss. . . . . . . President Junior Pharmac-y Class. JIM B. BUCHANAN, E A E, Holly Springs, Miss. "M" Club. LoU1s H. BURCHARD, A K E, Clinton, Miss. FRED BURK, -fb E II, Corinth, Miss. . . . Senior Manager of Boxing Team. MARSHALL VV. BURROVV, VValnut, Miss. . . . S. ROBERT CAIN, JR., A XII, Canton, Miss. . . . . 35. Business School . Liberal Arts Business School . Liberal Arts . Pharmacy Business School . Pharmacy . Librral :iris . Librral Ari: . . . .Lafw M. O. A. K. S.: Blue Keyg Interfraternity Couneilg Cheerleader. XAYILLIAM S. CAIN, A Alf, Canton, Miss. . .... . Libfral .4r1s FI.oRENCE CAMPBELL, A A A, H E 41, A A A, Canton, Miss. . Liberal .4 rt: Gleo Club, 1, 2: Treasurer Y. XV. C. A., 25 Latin Club, 1, 2. 3. EDWARD CARNES, A T A, Biloxi, Miss. . . . Annual Staff, '35. JOHN EARL CARTER, Sarepta, Miss. . . . . Y. M, C. A., 1, 2, 3. ELIZABETH CHAFFIN, Hughes, Ark. . . Eowm CHAPMAN, Colfeeville, Miss. . PAUL E. CHAPMAN, Oxford, Miss. . Page 55 . Liberal Arts . Liberal Art: . Liberal Arts . Liberal Arts . Education JUNIORS NIARJOKIE Ci1n.nRE5s, Oxford Miss. . Edumlion K.X'l'H.-XRINE L. CLARK, Tupelo, Miss. . . . Libvra! .-Irlx Nxrn AMBROSI-3 COBB, Oxford, Miss. . . Iizzrizzrsx Sfhool llL'NTIZR K. COCIIRAN, Holly Springs, Miss. . . . Lau- J.wrEs FOWARO Cm E, Silver Creek, lNliss. . . . Lafw WA1f1i:R D. COLEMAN, K 22, Natchez, Miss. . . Librral .-Iris A. S. COOOY, JR., A T A, fll II E, Jackson, Miss. . . .... . Lafw I'IIlY1'I'Sif3' OI' Alalvnnia 1, 2: M. 0. A. K. S., lIIll!l'fI'8.It'I'lIllX COunwi!l lIIft'I'fI'2If.K'l'lIiI1' Imm-I' -'Ommitte-e. JOHN ALLEN COOK, VViggins, Miss. . . . Libffal I-IHS W.u.1'ER GLENN COOPER, Sarepta, Miss. . . . Eduralion HOMER FORLEY, K IJ, Clarksdale, Miss. . . . Burinfgs Srhrml GUINN S. COST, A Ii li, Ccffeeville, Miss. . . Librral .iris C. P. Crenshaw, Lucedale, Miss. . . . . Plfarnztzfy Pl121l'l11:lf'y Club, CARI. CRis1.ER, Z2 A IC, Aberdeen, Miss. . ...... Lillrral plz-fi Hermvzin I.ite-lnry Sovivty: 'Trai-k. 'fisil Gym T-am, '34, Y. M. C, A. Ksxxmn M. CROSBY, A K E, T Ii A, B Z, VVest Point, Miss. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lzbrral .-Iris l11twrl'i':itvi'11ity ffriunfil: IM-linting Tvlm, 1, 2. 33 Ilelsnting 1' rum-'l, 2, fig Isnml 1. 2, 'Ig Y. M. V. A., 1, 2, II, Trvzlsllrf-1' Y. M. C. A.. 35 'l'1'ez1Sui'er Tau Kzippa Alpha: SL'l'l't'iZlI'A' Beta Zvtza. A. B. CUl.1,EN, JR., Oxford, Miss. , . . . Educalion HUGH Cuxxrxcimm, E X, Corinth, Miss. . .... Libwra! .Jrls Prvsirll-nt B.A. S-Ahnulg P1-Psicle-nt I'hi Sigma I1liC'l'2lI'A' Siswieiyg B1-xing. 1, 25 Y. M. l'. A.. 1. 2, 3. 4. ,lnvi K. CUNMGIIAM, E X, Vicksburg, Miss. . . Bugizzrsr Sdzool Y. M, in A. Curixx B. CURLEIQ, JR., Z2 X, Rienze, Miss. . . . . . . Lnfw Ci-1Es'rER H. CURTIS, flf A 9, KIJ II E, E T, Clarksdale, Miss. . . Lafw Editor 1936 "Oli: IX'1iss1" "M" l'luIs1 Exevulive Vounrilg Y. M. C. A.. Gym I'1ai1m- Cunmiittue: Blue Key, Svrilvlslvrsg Norris Trophy, '32-Ig Prwsids-nl Freshman Vlzrssg XYliO's XVhn Among AlIIt'l'll'2Ill I' llfg s. I?r.1zABm'n DABBS, Shannon, Miss. . , . Plfaf-mary JOE DABBS, II K flf, Shannon, Miss. . . . . . Libfral .-IVIJ lEl.l.1O'1' R. DANZIO, fb li II, Rolling Fork, Miss. . . . . Libfra! .Jlrts Inti-rlinlvrnity Ilnni-e Vmiiiiiittvvg Ti-ni-kg "M" Clulig Iwlinting Te-am. JAMES VV. DAVANT, fb A I-J, Jackson, Miss. . ..... Libfral rlrls Hvrinm-nn Literary Sm-iety: Y. M, C. A. II.-xROi.n Dsxvmsox, II fb H, Philadelphia, Miss. . . . . Lafw Alicia S. DAVIS, X 52, Como, Miss. . . . . Librral .Jrls HUVVARD Q. Davis, A 'l' SZ, Indianola, Miss. . ....... Lafw M. U, A. K. S., flilZlII'lII1lII Student ll21Il1'1',fl0.IIIIlitf0i' '35, Y. M. C. A. MARY Louisa Dixvis, Crawfnrdsville, Ark. . . Librral Arts Page 56 JUNIORS Nill.IJRHIJ k.,I.lYl'1R l7.u'Is, X SJ, Coino, Miss. SHIRILY DAi'Is, fl, II flf, Horn Lake, Miss. . AIIssIssIpi-IIIII SIIIfI', 1, I: Alllllliil SIIIIT, 1. 2: 4-ll III iii--nt Junior IiII4III..fIIIIg I I.Iss. BILIA' JACK DEEs, K ZZ, Perkinsron, Miss. JOHN DE fiRADO, BENNIE DENION, A 'lf A, Paterson, v N. J. . Oxford, Miss. . . . . CHARI.Es XV. DENTON, K E, Marks, Miss. LLUIAHER DICKENS, Jonesboro, Ark. . . . . . l.Il1Ir11l .Iris . .l3'1Ig1i1IrrI'i1Iq i:Il 4'lI:li, 43112 l'I'is- . HI1.fI1II',r,f Xflmnf . ljlzrfzzl .flrli . Bzrsirzfxs Sfhool . Businrss Svhool . . Librfal Jr!! Footliall. l. 2. 73: Boxing, 2: Raiskeil-all, 1' Reise!-sill. 1. JACK DINkINs, E A E, Canton, Miss. . . . . Bizsimxu Srlmnl Y. M. V. A.. '34: HvIsnIe:III l,iIvI':II'y Soiiety. 'LIL GEORGE E. DONOYAN, H K A, B Z, Jackson, Miss. . . Bll5il11'5.YSffIUOI Mississippi1III Stuff: Band. NIELYIN XV. DOYITH, fb E H, T K A, Rolling Fork, Miss. . . . Law "M" Vlulvi Trai-ki X,i4'9-PFtSilit'1KI I'ounI'il: In-hating ROB ERT J. DOIQGI. JOSEPH XVILLIAM Pulilii-atiolis Conn' il: Pil21l'Ill214'1' CLIO DL' NCAN, A Te-nm: Student I Sovietrl Semin Ass, I X, Molin IllI'Jl'fl'3.lt'l'lliIj' vouni-il: llilizllllf 111111-H I'oIIIIniIre---1 H6I'IIlt'2lIl Lit-'I'aI'y I' Y. AI, I'. A. e, Ill. . Band. TIS. DL'CKXK'OR'I'H, K Band, A A, Greenville C. J. EDWARDS, Vicksburg, Nliss. . AVILLIAM SEAY E I..-XM, Greenville, CHARLES ELLIOTT, Ripley, Miss. EIJILARO ELLIS, II E, Boone l'll1lu1 PIX S 1.2 , Nliss. Nliss. K '11, Heidelberg, Aliss. FREIJERIC E. ENGLAND, Oxford, Miss. . . . . Busirrfxs School ville, Nliss, . Pharnmty idi-nr Soy-lIoIII'-I'e Flasst JOHN RICH.-XRD FERRILL, K A, Meridian, Nliss. BEN FINIQ, fb E YI, We-sr Point, Miss. . . JJHN H. Fl.0L'RXOY, TI K A, Gulfpcrt, Miss. . HENRY FLY, E A E, Jackson, Miss. . JACK FONTAINE, A XP, Pontoroc, Miss. . Lib -ral .-lrlir . Lib Ira! .-Iris . Edufalion . Libffal qlrls . Businrss Sflmol . Librral .Irl.r . Bzuinrsx Sflmol . Plmrmafy . Lilural .Iris . Libvral .Iris . Libfral .wlrts DON.AI.D FR.-XNKS, E sb E, VVheeler, Miss. . Lafw JAMES D. FRITH, JR., fb A 9, McComb, Miss. . . . Pharmacy PlIzIrIIIaI-3' Club, Trcasurei' Pll21!'Hl2iL'5' l'laSS. 2: Se-1'I'etIII'y I'h2ll'Ill2'U.'j' Class, 3, Y. M. C. A. FRANCES FCRR, fb M, Robinsonville, Miss. . . . Libvral .iris President of Y. W. C. A., 3. CHARLES R. GALLOWAY, H K A, Gulfport, Miss. . . Lafw Page 57 1 I i I 1 I I H M - M JUNIORS JOHN GOULO CLXRIJNIER, E X, Columbia, Miss. ROBERT E. GARONER, 111 A 9, Greenwood, Miss. . . TI'?1I,'lx Mzulzigi-11 1, 2. lNfI.xRx' EYELYN 1iARRE'l"l', X 52, Oxford, Miss. . XV. D. GARY, Bellefontaine, Miss. . . . . . . X'll'Q-I'l'L?SlLlCl1t Junior Lnw Class. QilIES'IiER D. G.xs'1'ON, A T Q, Columbus, Miss. . Busilzvss Sfhool . Liberal Artx Bn,i.i' CSATES, K A, Jackson, Miss. . . ..... Mississippinn Stall: .knnunl Stnffg Band. LOUISE GIl.I,IiSPlE, A A A, Itta Rena, Miss. . . MINNIE HAR1 QiII.I.ESPlE, A A A, Itta Bena, Miss. . Ln,I,1AN QiI,ENN, X Q, Oxford, Miss. . . . PAUL M. GOLOEARB, 'fb li II, 112 II E, Vicksburg, Miss. FANNIE PEARL GOOCH, Taylor, Miss. . . JOE VV. fiO0DVS'IN, Abbeville, Miss. . . . EIJVVIN S. CERANTHAM, A K E, VVest Point, Miss. . R. CSORIJON GRANTHAM, K A, fb A fb, Terry, Miss. . Libcral .lrls . Lafw . Lafw . Libvral .falrls . Liberal flrls . Libfral .elrtx . Libfral .flrtx Libfral .-Iris . Education . Libfral flrts . Liberal flrls . . .Laiw ity Cuunr-il. Business BIZXIZIQVI' Mississippi Lnw Journal: I1ltt2l'fI'?ll.E'l'll JU.xN1TA Gkissorvi, A A A, Lufkin, Texas . . . V. S. CiUI.I,Y, DeKalb, Miss. . . . . CHARLES EMERSON HALL, E A E, Hernando, Miss, , Assistant Tmvk Manager, '35. MARION Cl.Ai"rON HALL, Bay Springs, Miss. . . VVILEUR G. HA1vn.1N, VVest Point, Miss. . . LOUISE fi.-XNEY, Jonestown, Miss. . C. M. HAPES, Clarksdale, Miss. . . . . . . . l"notlvnll, 1, 2, Zig Boxing, 23 Trzivk, 23 Igil M.-im' JANE HARPER, Sidon, Miss. . . Kumi' IIARREIJ., fl' A 6, McComb, Miss. . . . . . Y. M. C. A., 1, 2, IL 413 lVliS9lSSl1DlJlilll SHUT 3, fl. " 'S 4' .1.-.-.. JAMES ll.xmusoN, Sarepra, Miss. . . . CnARl.Ha C. l'lA'Iil10RN, University, Miss. . . . LUCY I,O'1"r HATHORN, A A A, University, Miss. . FRANK Louis HAWKINS, A 'I' A, Vaiden, Miss. . S4-vrr-tui'y Junior' Iinw Class. Page 58 svlmll. 23 I . Liberal flrls . Libaral ,4rt5 . Librfal flrts . Pharmacy . .Lafw . Liberal flrls Buxirzffss School Basketball, 1. . Libvral :lrts ....Lafw 'o-Sports Editor, . Librral Arr: Businrss School . Liberal Arts . .Lafw su JUNIORS llORAc1-1 .-X1.1.1:x llAuK1Ns, A TA, Vaiden, Miss. . XVIl.l.l.-XM C. H.-ws, JR., Slierman, Miss. . . Hzisvlrzill. ..l. NlAR'l'llA IlE111E1.1z1:Rr:, X 52, Hattiesburg, Miss. H.xRR1s I'IliS'l'ER, Schlater, Miss. . 1ll.I.IS H11.1., II K fb, Laurel, Miss, . . . . . B. 5. l . 4O'.1111'1lg X. AI. if. A. liRAH.-XM HODGES, XVesson, Miss. . . . . . Ile-iinean Lit-inry 5l,Il'li'Iyi X. M 4. Ag I411K11'1:' D. J. Hocc, Vicksburg, Miss. HERMAN G. Ho1.1.EM.-xx, Logtown, Niiss. . . FRANK C. H01.1.OMAx, E A Ii, Ruleville, Miss. FRANK CLARK HOLMES, E A IE, Hernando, Nliss, . 1111411111111 I.t01'a1'y Sm-ie-ty, Y. M. 11 A.: Ra vhnll. 1, IQATIE HOLMES, A A A, Yazoo City, Miss.. XV. J. HOss1.E1', sb II E, Vicksburg, Bliss. . . . Treasuiw-r Pl1a1'111a1'y Clulig Vit-1'-P1'vsid1-lit Jt'1si CARROLI. S. HUDSON, E X, Columbus, Nliss. . NAARVIN HCTSON, Brookhaven, Miss. . . , Foollnzlll. 2, 33 T1':1c-lt, 2 Ni.-XRION INGRAM, K A, Bay St. Louis, Miss. . XVALTER E. 1R1'1NE, II K A, Leland, Miss. . XV11-1.1AM HOWARD JAMES, Montrose, Miss. . . Ilzlzii-e 1,'On1:11itie1-3 Y. AI, V. BOUDIE .ALDEN JACGERS, Pontotoc, Miss. RA1'MOxo T. J.-XRYIS, Booneville, Miss. . . A. HARPER Jonxsox, JR., A K E, Senatobia, Miss, . W1L1.ARo JOHNSON, K A, Belmont, Miss. . . . NIARTH.-X .ANN JOHNSOK, A A A, Senatobia, Miss. I3u5il11'.r5 Sflmol l.il11 ral .ll'l.f Iflljlllfjf .S'c'f1fml . Lilzrral .'IrI.f Ilan Llbffllf .ll'l.t Lilufral .Iris ll: Trai-k. Ellfjlllffflllfj . El1!1illI'l'I'iIIQ . . Lau . Lillrral .rlrts 2. 32 "KI" I'll1l1. . LIbl'l'll1,Jff,f . . Pharmary l1ll'llllll'y 1 lass. . Lau' Buxinfss Sth 'ml Treasurt 1' of XYo111z111 Student Gov11'n111ent. Libfral .slris Libfral .-Iris . .Lau . .Lanz . . . Lafw Eflgil1l'l'l'il1g . Edufafion Liberal .-Iris W1L1.1AM PARKINS JOHNSON, sb A 6, Senatobia, Miss. . . Libfral -iris Y. M. C. A.: Mississippiaii Staff: Hermean Literary Society: Interna- t ioiaai R :lations Club. E. PEYTON JONES, Jackson, Miss. . . Pflflfmafy XVILLIAM DUDLE1' JONES, Jackson, Miss. . . . Pharmary RALPH JORDAK, E A E, Columbia, Miss. . . Bufinfsx School MARGARET JOYNER, X Q, Tupelo, Miss. . Liberal Alris Page 59 JUNIORS HAROLD Ii.-XNTER, Long Branch, N. J. . . NL-XRY L. KIMMONS, Oxford, Miss. . P. J. KENT, Gulfport, Miss. . . . . MARGARET KIRK, X Q, Greenville, Miss. . . . Honor Roll, 'Six Glee Club, '34g Beauty Sri-tion. ' LOUISE KITCHEI.I,, Tyra, Miss. . . . . . PAUL LEACH KLOTZ, 111 K KP, McComb, Miss. M. O. A. K, S. LOUISE KNIGHT, Taylor, Miss. . . BAXTER N. KNOX, JR., E X, New Albany, Miss. . HAZEL LACREY, E fb E, Forest, Miss. . . . . . Cardinal Club: Boxing. HEI,EN LAMPTON, A A A, Magnolia, Miss. . . MARTHA SUE LANEY, A A A, Tupelo, Miss. . . XRVILLIAM B. LASSITER, H K A, Gulfport, Miss. . Band. CHARLES LAVVRENCE, E A E, Meridian, Miss. . . 34, X. XX. L. . Business Sflmol . . Liberal Jrts . . Liberal iris . . Liberal .lrlz . . . A. , Liberal :Iris . Bzuinfss Sflzool . . Liberal :iris . . .Lafw . Bzlsinrss Sclzool . Liberal .-lrt: . . Liberal flrts . Libfral .iris . . Librral .elrts Y. M. C. A.: He-rmeau Literary Sovietyg International Relations Club. PHILLIP B. LAWRENCE, E A E, Jackson, Miss. . . TAYLOR E. LEONARD, B 9 TI, LaGrange, Ill. . . Cluli RUSSELL LINnsEi', fb K XII, Laurel, Miss. . . Glee Club, 1, 25 President Glee ROBERT LOMAX, .A Alf, Greenwood, Miss. . . . JOHN M. LONGMIRE, Utica, Miss. . . . . . . Business Scluol . Business School . . Liberal :Iris 3. . Businfss Srllool Sevretary Pharmacy Club 3, Hfrmfnn Litiwary Soc-iety: X. M. C. A. W. E. LOTTERHOS, K A, Crystal Springs, Miss. . JAMES LOVETT, fb K XP, Laurel, Miss. . JOHN MADRE, 41 K '11, Ruleville, Miss. . . . . . . .Plzarmary . . Librral .Iris . . Liberal .lrts . . Libfral .vlrfx Football 1, 2, 33 Boxing, 2: Basketball 1: TrzI"l:, 2. LOUISE MARION, Houston, Miss. . . VV. D. MARION, Houlka, Miss. . . . . lVllI.'l'ON CROCKETI' MARSPI, K E, Belzoni, Miss. . SARA LOU MARTIN, Oxford, Miss. . AI.TON MAssEY, Ethel, Miss. . Miss. . . JESSE J. MAxwIeI.I., Z X, Drew, Page 60 . . Librral .-Iris . . Liberal flrts . Libfral riff! . Librral Arts . . . Lafw . . Liberal Arts JUNIORS EMMA C. MC.-XLPIXE, K A, Stringer, Miss. . GExEx'iEvE MCBEE, X Q, Greenwood, Miss. RECKY NICCORMICK, A A A, Laurel, Miss. . . . S+-r-iw-tary Junior Y. XV. C. A., Secretary Junior- Vlnss ii" KIARY LILLI.-XX McCormick, X Q, Richton, Niiss. . , R0sE NI.-XRY MCCOY, A A A, Laurel, Miss. . . . Y, w. C. A., Glee clui., 2. HL'GH T. NICDADE, Doddsville, Miss. . LL'CiLLE NICDONALD, Dundee, Miss. . . . EDWARD NICDONNELL, E A E, jackson, Miss. . . Mississippian Stalfg Hermean Literary Snr.-iety: ' . Libcral .Iris . Librral .flrls Busincss School Business Sf-ho il. . Librral .-Iris . Librral .lrlf . Liberal .Iris . Libcral .lrts Business School X. M. C. A. Council. XVILL NICDONNELL, K E, Jackson, Miss. . . . . . .Libc'ral.1rls JOHN BELL MCGAIJHY, fb .A 6, 9 T, Virginia Beach, Ya.Engim'c'ring1 R. .ALVIN NICKNICHF, Ackerman, Miss. . . Pharmacy GEORGE H. NICLEAN, fb A 9, Blaine, Miss. . . . . Libfral .lrts M. S. NICLELLAN, B 9 H, dv H E, Sumner, Miss. . . . Liberal .lrls O. L. NICLEOD, A T A, Pascagcula, Miss. . . . . . .Liberal .-Iris Y. M. C. A.. 2: International Relations Club: Mississippian Staff. RIJBYE NIEEK, Tyro, Miss. . .... . . . EDXY.-XRD J. NIILLER, Lauderdale, Miss. . . . American Society of Civil Engine r LL'ciAx NUNOR, E X, Macon, Miss. . . . XV. P. NIITCHELL, II K A, Guntown, Miss. . . . . Educalion . . Enginfrring Busincss School ......Lafu.' Cardinal Club, 23 Interfraternity Council, 2. R, 43 Mississippian Staff. 1. 23 M O. A. K. S. HENRY MOELLER, Kings Creek, S. C. . . Bx'RDiE OPAL NLOORE, Holly Springs, Miss. . LILLIAN MOORE, Smithville, Miss. . NLILDRED NSOORE, Blytheville, Ark. . . . NI.-XRCARETE Mossr, A A A, Canton, Miss. . . . President Y. XV. C. A.. 3. J. O. Moss, II K 42, Lucedale, Miss. . DALE MULLEN, 41 K XII, Oxford, Miss. . . Tom MURPHREE, E A E, Jackson, Miss: . . . EUGENE NEILL, II K A, North Carrollton, Miss. . . . . Enginecring Business School . Liberal .-Iris . Education . Libcral .Iris . . . Lau: . Liberal :lrts Business School . Liberal .-Irts Y. M. C. A.. 3: Hermean Literary Society. Page 6l JUNIORS JAMES CR.'UK'lfORlJ NEILL, H K A, North Carrollton, Miss. Librfal Jrts Mississippian Stan, 1, 2. 3. ROBERT H. NEILL, II K A, North Carrollton, Miss. . . Lafw D.-XX'llJ NEll.SON, A K E, Oxford, Miss. . . Business Sfliool Band. ELIZABETH NEWELL, Oxford, Miss. . J. B. NEXVTON, K E, Wliggins, Miss. . CHARLES G. NICHOLS, JR., fb A O, Swiftown, Miss. . Librral .-1 rls . Businfss Srbool . Business Srlmol Fnotlizill, 11 I-lerrnenn LiteI'ztI'y SO:-ivtyg Y, M. tj. A. EDVYIN RANDOLPH NOBLE, K E, Fayette, Miss. . JOHN NOBLIN, A T A, Jackson, Miss. . Tennis, 1, 2. WVEBB OVERSTREE'l, I-I K N, H K A, Jackson, Miss. FRANCIS OVVEN, X SJ, Columbus, Mi,aS. . PAUL PAGE, McC',mh, Miss. . . A O, Cant: n, Miss. . . . . . . PERCY PARKER, ill H9l'l1l6all Litfrrary Pri-sident Latin Cluli. LUCll.l.E PA'l'I'ON, K A, Arlington, Tenn. . HUGH LEE PEDEN, Van Vleet, Miss. . . Sqviityg Y. IXI, V, A, 1 3, Tl'Pll'li, 1 . Business Srbool . Libfral .-lrls . . . , Lafw . Librral .lrlx . Lib r'r' al :Iris Libfral .slrfr ,Z3 "M" ll.lmg . Eduralfon . Libxfral .-iris MARSHALL PERRY, Ackerman, Miss. . . ...... . Lau' St'l'l'PI.?lX'y i7I'O:'Sl'lIH?Ll1 Law Vlzmsg Y. M. I. A. MOOENA H. PETERSON, Wesson, Miss. . . . . . .Mfdifinf CHARLES VV. PHILLIPS, E X, T K A, fir A fb, Oxford, Miss. . . Lafw KATHERINE Pl'l'CHl"0RD, Canton, Miss. . AR'l'HUR H. Pl.A'I"l', Plantsville, Conn. . CHARLES A. POLLARIJ, A T Q, Greenwood, Miss. . . Libfral .'7rf . Librral .'1ffJ . . Lafw JAMES E. POOLE, Natchez, Miss. . ....... Business Sfbool l"Or'Llmll, l, 2, 33 BaSkQtlIHli, 1, 2, 33 Baseball 1 2 VV. W. PORTER, Oxford, Miss. . SANFORD li. POVK'lil.l., E A E, Georgetown, Miss. . KENNETH A. PRICE, fb A 9, McComb, Miss. . . . x7il'l'-l,I'l'SiClPl1l f'arclinz1l Flub 2, Y. M. f'. A., 3, Mis MARX' ELIZABETH PURSER, X 12, Oxford, Miss. . PAUL J. QUINN, K 23, VVater Valley, Miss. . . . Foutlizill, 1, 21 Y. M. U. A., lg Baseball Mnnngvr, L-Vary Sotlt-ty. NORA RABB, Memphis, Tenn. . Page 62 . Librral plrts Businfss Sfbool . . Libfml riff! issippian Staff, 1. . Libfral .4r1s . . Liberal Uris 1: Hermt-ati Lit- . Liberal .firls 14 40- 35, 5 5 -P JUNIORS .'AR'I'llL'R li. RAY, Z2 X, Rienzi, Miss. Born REEVES, ll K A, Lziurel, Bliss, :XNNELI E REID, X 12, Mt-Coinli, Miss. . . Illlllflllillj' . l'.illl'I'l1l .lrly , li11.viI!r.r5 Sbfmuf RDMAN K. RICE, JR., fb K Alf, XVelwl1, Bliss. . . . . 1.11-1: JOHN PoiNnEx'1'ER RICRS, JR., A Alf, Jackson, Miss. . Iii1.vinw.c,e Srlmnl Stud'-nt llllllft' mfominittt-t-, 12, MANINE RIGGAN, Smithville, Bliss. . . . . . 1.ilm'aI .-Irrr SHED llu.l. ROBERSON, A Alf, Clnrkstlale, Nliss. . ...... Lau- Bluv Ki-yg Footlulll. 1. 2, 22. I: Boxing, ll: l'rt-sith-nt Sotlioinoi-D Vlnsg l H..-X. Svllutll, 22 Yllw-4l"l'0Sitlt'llK Svlllul' Vlatss ILA. S1-huol. 41 Yil's--l'l'i'Si- A Xl O A K N Int :Hitt-initx noun-1 l i tlvnt "M l'luI1, 3 . . . . . '. "": . , . 5 -- -. .,,v, , ., Lnltlttiail Llul-. lg Assistant lwuslnitatii I-ootlvull Von--li. 3. FRED M. ROGERS, K A, Porterville, Miss. . JAMES A. ROGERS, K A, llnttiesburg, Miss. . JAMES H. ROSE, H K sb, XVest Helena, Ark. . Sllltlvlll llnnve Coluntittet-, l. 2, Il Pr:-suluitt 1 . . I.aQ:: . Librrzzl .lrlr . . . .Librra1.'Ir!s Supliuinoxw- Vlnss, BAK. Srhool. Z.: Trai-It Munnger. 1. 2 Il: Annuul St:il'l', 2. 223 lntt-rlirutt.-rriity Fuunt-il, 3. 'TONY J. ROSE'l"I'l, Biloxi, Miss. . . . . . . . . . .Plmrnmfy Boxing: Bust-hull, Trt-:isuri-I Senior Vlaiss Plialrlinivy St-liool. JAMES LEE ROY.-XLS, ZZ A IC, lkleridian, Miss. . . . . .LiI1rraI.-1rl.r Presitlvnt Y, M. l'. A., 223 Presitivnr l'lt'I'lllQ'Zlll I,itt-r:u5' Som-iety. lj.-KN M. RUSSELL, JR., K E, T K A, Gulfport, Miss. . . . . . Lau' Etlitol' Mississippian: Ds-llzltilig, 1, 2. Il: Slutlvnt lflxt-1-ulixv Uollllvill S Boxing. 1: Y. M. C. A.. 1. 2. 24, tg Yit-e-Iufsitletit Y. M. C. A., 1: Latin Ululv: llertile-:ln I.itvl'ury Su--it-ty, Ilite-1't'r:1te1'i1ity Uount-il, M. O. A. K. S.: Blue Key. lNlA1'l'lE RUSSELI., Lafayette Springs, Bliss. cYDEl,l. SANDERS, K A, NValls, Miss. . . . Y. M. if. A., M. 0. A. ic. S.. -'Ar' Hook st Hernwatn Literairy Soi-it-t A . Lillfrlll .'lI'!,v . . . . l.il1t'ra1 .'lrl,v :1I'l'g 1'l1t-i'l'lt-:ltlt-l'. 2, 3: Nl.-XY0l.YN SANDERSON, Houston, Miss. . lN1ARCARET SAR'roN, XVater Valley, Nliss. . JACK H. SCO'l'l', A 'l' Q, Kosviusko, Bliss. L'urtlinal Cluh 2 JAMES R. SCovn.L, E X, Hattiesburg, Nliss. . Librral qlrlx . Bu.rim's.v Sfhool . Libvral .rlris . Lillvral fl rt.: X. M. 1. A., 1. 2. 3. FRANCES M. SCRUCGS, X 52, Greenwood, lNliss. . Lili.:-ul .-If-1. Pix. CI.AN'l'0N J. SE.-XY, I A li, Hattiesburg, Miss. . ..... Lau Blue Key: Footlvnll Manny:--r, 1, 2. 3, 4: lnterfrntt-rnity t'ount-.l, 5: Mississippian Stuff. 2, Ii, -lg Anrunl Stuff, 41 President llvrntean Lil- eraxry So-'i-Aty. 3: Business Mnnugt-r "M" Book. 43 llormitory Control Board. fl: linnve Pomtnittve. l. 2: M. O. .-X. li. S. EDXYARD A. SEEMAN, sb Ii II, Greenville, Mi ss. . , Buxinrxs Srlmol K'2ll'Cllll11l Club: nlllllvt' Committee: X. M. 1. A. INEZ SEWARD, X Q, Philadelphia, Miss. . . LUTHER S. SEx'1'oN, sb K slf, Hazelhurst, Miss. . . . . . Librral .iris . Libr-ral :Iris BALDXYIN E. SHELTON, sb K Alf, Lambert, Miss. . .... Lau- BESSIE SHORT, Toccopola, Miss. . . Busim'.f.v School ZELDA SIEGEI., Sunflower, Miss. . . . . . Law Y. M. C. A. Page 63 JUNIORS JACK M. SIMMONS, E A E, Hattiesburg, Miss. . JACK SIMPSON, VViggins, Miss. . . C. VV. SLABAUCH, Elkhart, Indiana . . R, B. SMITH, K E, Ripley, Miss. . . . . . Liberal Arts Liberal Arts Liberal Arts . Lafw . . . Lafw TOxEY HAI.I, SMITH, TI K A, Poplarville, Miss. . . . . Phi Sigma I.iteI'aI'y So-:ietyg Student Dani-P Pomniittelf-. XVILLIAM G. SOURS, K A, Jackson, Miss. . . . . M. O. A. K. S.: Gym Daiwa Committee. RUTH SPRAGINS, fb M, Aberdeen, Miss. . . RABON SPRATLIN, Vardaman, Miss. . BILLY D. STATHAM, E N, Fernwood, Miss. . BROVVKNG STEEN, X Q, Durant, Miss. . . RUPERT A. STEPHENS, Marietta, Miss. . JESS STIGLER, E X, Greenville, Miss. . . BESSIE CLYDE STINOILY, X Q, Meridian, Miss. . Mississippian Staff. AOOINE STONE, Fulton, Miss. . . . . A. Y. SI'URnIvANT, JR., E X, Glendora, Miss. Latin Vluh, 1, 2, 33 Glee Club, 2, 35 Y. M. C. A., 1, 2, JOHN N. SULLIVANT, E N, Charleston, Miss. . . . Lafu' . Liberal Arts Business Selma! 331 . . . Lava: Liberal Arts Liberal Arts Engineering Liberal Arts Liberal A rts Liberal Arts Ionor Count-il. Liberal Arts Vit-e-President Junior Classy Interfraternity Count-ilg Junior Football Manager. Business School Glee Vlub, 1, 25 Y. M. C. A., Gym Dan:-e Committee, 1. ROBERT SVVITTENBERG, KP A 6, Lexington, Miss. . GUY B. TAY'l.OR, JR., dv K XII, Oxford, Miss. . Band, 1. 2, 3. GEORGE B. THOMAS, Harperville, Miss. . ROWAN T. THOMAS, fir A 9, Boyle, Miss. . Debating Team. FRANCES THOMPSON, fb M, Olive Branch, Miss. . FRED rI'HOMPSON, Bruce, Miss. . . ..... Business School Liberal Arts . Lafw . . Liberal Arts . . Education MILOREII H. Tl10MPSON, X EZ, Mountain Lakes, N. J. . CHARI.O1'I'E Toon, Oxford, Miss. . . Liberal Arts Liberal Arts Liberal Arts MARGARET TREPPENDAHI., A A A, Woodville, Miss. . . Plxg l.vy.fislzttiYe- 4'ounf-ii NVOnIan's Student Governinvntg Treasurer Pam- llellvnir' Count-ilg Y, M. C. A. MARY' Al.ICE TRlPl.E'IT, Long Beach, Miss. . J. LEE TURNAGE, Lake, Miss. . . Page 64 Liberal Arts . Pharmary JUNIORS ll. .ARNOLD 'l't'RNER, fl, IE Il, XVebb, Miss. Gym lmtivr- m'oinniiil.'r-. ll. N. 'I'L"I40R, Toccopola, Miss. . . IELOISE XV.-XITE, A A A, Senatobia, Miss. . Or-Ai. K. W.u.i.ER, Oxford, Miss. . JOHN E, XVARD, II K fir, Darling, Miss. . . Presitlent 1"arrlinail Club, S.-1-retnry lnterfi Band. Tziterniiy Vout ROBERT XVATKINS, I A E, Aberdeen, Miss. E1.izABETH XV.-XTSON, X Q, Greenville, Miss GEORGE R. VV.-XTSON, K E, XVhitiield, Miss. Cardinal Club: Y. M. 4 '. A. ARTHUR F. VVELLS, Jonestown, Miss. . J. XV. XVELLS, H K sb, VVaynesbOro, Miss, , . XV.-XLTER VVELTY, 'Iv A 9, Jackson, Miss. . Golf Team, 1, 2, s BTON VVENTVVORTH, Ocean Springs, Miss. PRESTON KVESSON, Saltillo, Miss. . . . . JOSEPH E. XVEST, fl, A 9, Clarksdale, Miss. . "M" Club: Boxing, 2. CHARLES XVESTERFTELO, E X, Columbia, Miss. . Cardinal Club, 21 Ser-retary Y. M. C. A.. 1, 2, 243 Inter Committee, 3. . . . CYNTHIA .ANN XVHITESTOE, Oxford, Miss. . . . . . QEXYENDOLYN XVHTTTAKER, fir M, Aberdeen, Miss. . VVILL S. VVTLBURN, Durant, Miss. . . THURSTON VVILKES, H K A, Picayune, Miss. . . MARY' LEMOYNE VVn.KiNsON, fb M, Shelby, Miss. . . If ll.vil11'55 Srlmnl . Librral .-Ir!! . Librral .lrls . Libfral .lrlx . . Pfldflllllfjl ir-il, Y. M.1'. A.: . Librral .Iris . Librral .-lrlx Bizsirzfss Sflmol . Librral .-Iris . Librral .iris . Libfral .-lr!! . Librral Ari.: . Librral .-Iris Businrxx Sfliool . Liberal Jrls fraternity Dariu- Buxinrss Sflzool . Liberal .ulrls . Liberal .flrls Businfss Srlioal . Libfral flrfs Pan-l-lellenic Counvilg Pix: Legislative Count-il XVonmn's Student Gov- L'I'lll'lll'I'lf. CAULEY VVTLLTAMS, sb A 9, Clarksdale, Miss. . . . Businrsx Srlmol Football, 1. 2: Y. M. V. A.. 1. 2. 33 Annual Staff. 2, 31 X'i'.""'P"9Sill-llt Sophomore Class. NI.-XRGUERITE VVn.i.iAMs, Picayune, Miss. . RAYMOND YVILLIAMS, Senatobia, Miss. . . DAVTO XVILSON, Louisville, Miss. . . ...... . . . Law . Liberal Art: . Liberal .rlrtx Football, 2, 31 Treasurer Junior Class. HARRY E. XVKLSON, E X, Columbus, Miss. . . JOHN VVITHERSPOON, B 9 II, Meridian, Miss. . . . . . . Law . Liberal Arts Latin Club. 15 Phi Sigma Literary Society, International Relations Club: Y. M. C. A.: Interfraternity Council. 2, 3: Intvrfraternity Dani-e Com- mittee, 3. MTOOLETON XVOOTTON, JR., A XII, Columbus, Miss. . . Liberal Arts Mississippian Staffg Phi Sigma. Literary Sooiety. Page 65 l SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS I LUTHER GRICE ..A. President of Liberal Arts School F. M. KINARD 4.,,..4., . , . President of Business School EDWARD LEO MCDONALD ,s..,...A.. President of Law School RICHARD E. CONNER . .V.. President of Engineering School CLAUDE Y. PETTEY ..., President of Pharmacy School Q 'V 7ZZ.48VLiilfL ffm SCDPHCDMCDRES SOPHOMORES JAKE LDL'Is ABRAHAM, Port Gibson, Miss. . COOPER J. IXDAMS, .X K E, Corinth, Miss. . . . Prvsitient of Freshman Class: Y. M. L. A., LEE M. ALFORD, H K A, Gulfport, lVIiss, . PERCY K, ALFORD, Magnolia, Miss. . . LOUISE ANDERSON, X Q, Corinth, Miss. . lNIALCOM M. IXNDERSON, Abbeville, Miss. . VERNON JXSTON, K E, Hattiesburg, Miss. . . Football: Boxing. BRUCE .Al.ILTMAN, Sumrall, Miss. . . . . .ALNEY XV. IXUSTIN, Biloxi, Miss. . M. S. B.-XLLO, Newark, N. J. . . EDWIN K. BARDIN, Flora, Miss. . . . KATHERINE HOPE BARNES, Summit, Miss. . NI.-XRGARET AALLIE BARNES, Summit, Miss. . . HUBERT BARNETT, E X, Greenwood, Miss. . . . . Liberal .slrls . Liberal .elrls 1, 2, Business Selzool . . . . Lafw . Liberal .-Iris . Liberal .-Iris Business School . . Lafw Business Sfliool . Liberal .Jrts . . . Lafw . Liberal flrls . Liberal .Jrls . Engineering Y. M. C. A.: American Society of Civil Engineering, CARL MOORE BARTLINO, K E, Itta Bena, Miss. . . . Y. M. C. A., Freshman Baseball. RI-IODA CATHERINE B.-iss, Hazlehurst, Miss. . J. M. BATES, A T Q, Liberty Miss. . . . ELLIS YVILL BEARDEN, K 2, Okolona, Miss. . . Hermean. G. ADELINE BEDENBAUGH, State College, Miss. . LOUIS S. BEGIN, Lakewood, N. J. . . . . . . ' Honor Roll, '33. JIM BIEDENI-IARN, E X, Vicksburg, Miss. . . . Business Sfll00l . Lafw .....Lafw Business Srlzool . Liberal :Iris . .Plzarmafy . . .Lafw Y. M. C. A., 43 BI. O. A. K. S.. "M" Book Staff. WLARNER BIEDENHARN, E X, Vicksburg, Miss. . CLAUDE V. BILBO, A T A, Moss Point, Miss. . . J. P. BILBO, II K A, Picayune, Miss. . . . VASSER BISHOP, X Q, University, Miss. . . Y. XV. C. A. HAROLD BOCARD, Timpson, Texas . . MARCERY BOND, X Q, Oxford, Miss. . HENRY VV. BOUNDS, Lumberton, Miss. . . FRANCIS BOXVLING, A T SZ, Newton, Miss. . . Business Srbool . Liberal .flris Business School . Liberal .iris Business Sflzool . Liberal :Iris . Liberal Arirls . Liberal Arts XNALTER GRAY BOYETT, JR., B 9 II, Jackson, Miss. . . Liberal Arts Y. M. C. A. Page 68 1 'ov l 1 SOPHOMORES joiix C. BOHEX, JR., slr A 9, Senatobia, Miss. . . .... Lac.: Y. M. C. A.: H'l'lii--:sill lv.-l-ating 'l'..im 2 33 I'rr-side-nt ot' I1--lizviriu '.'oun'il. 13: lnitrz'x':iieriiity "1-un-il: Vile-Prisi-lt-nt or Junior Class: Mississippiaii Staff: llonor Roll, 2, F. D.-U'lD BRACKSTONE, Corinth, Miss. . . ........ Lafa- Assistant lf,-.oti-.ali Marzager. LI. II. -l: I-'rf-sliinaii Busketl-:ill Mztizagvr. 2. XVILLIAM DAVID BRADFORD, I X, Itta Bena, Miss. . . Liberal .lrts OLLIE D. BRAME, A T Q, Madison, Miss. . . . . . Business Sfhool Y. M. C. A.: Hermean, Interfraternity Council: International Relations Club. jL'xE BRALN, Biloxi, Miss. . . . . . Liberal Arts REED BROCK, YYest Point, Xliss. . . . . . Las: XVIII. ROBERT BROO1-ts, Belzoni, Miss. . ...... Liberal .iris Y. M. C. A.: Music Club: Glee Club FRED X. BROXVSSTEIK, fb E II, Greenville, Miss. . :ARTHUR G. BL'ssY, JR., II K dv, XVaynesboro, Miss. . . . Emrn BYR.-XM, A A A, El Dorado, Ark. . . CORRiE :XNXE CAMPBELL, Inverness, Miss. CULLY CARLsOx, B 9 H, Corinth, Miss. . . . . Footballg Baslcetballg Baseball. Joi-ix ELLzEx' CARRLTH, B 9 H, McComb, Miss. . . Lasw . La-1: . Liberal Arts . Liberal :Iris Liberal .-Iris ....Lafw Intei'fratt-rnity Count-ilg AI. O. A. K. S.: Boxing Team. 3. CAROLixE CARTER, A A A, Vicksburg, Miss. . .... Liberal .lrls Joi-ix BIASON CARvER, E X, Crawford, Miss. . . . Business School XVILLI.-XM PROBY C.-XSSEDY, B 9 II, Brookhaven, Miss. . . . . La-zz Band. 1. 2, 3: G1-re Club. 1: Int-erfraternity Council: Gym Dance Com- mittee: Vice-President Philosophy Club: Y. BI. C. A.: International Relations Club: M. O. A. K. S. jonx XVILLI.-XM C1-iAxcE, Silver Creek, Miss. . JEXVELL CHAXDLER, Taylor, Miss. HAZEL CHAPMAN, Oxford, Miss. . FELIX M. CLARK, Verona, Miss. . G. L. CLAY, Collinsville, Bliss. . Basketballg Baseball: Trac-kg Y. M. C. JASPER D.-XRREL COBB, Lambert, Miss. CLALDE T. COFFMAX, Merigold, Bliss. . . . President of Junior Class. XI.-XDELAIXE COLE, Oxford, Miss. . DIINNIE COLE, X Q, Monroe, La. . . . . . LLOYD A. COLEMAX, E X, Doddsville, Miss. . . Sophomore Football Manager. 2. . Liberal Arts . Eduration . Liberal -ilrts . Liberal --Iris . Liberal -Jrts A. . Liberal .ulrfs . Lai: . Liberal .-Irts . Liberal .elrts Business School MRS. xv.-ALTER DEJANETTE COLEMAN, Natchez, Miss. . Liberal .Jrts RICHARD ELLIS CONXER, B 9 II, Vicksburg, Miss. . . . Engineering President of Sophomore Engineering Clas. D.-XYID COWART, E X, Oxford, Miss. . ..... Business Sehool XVADE XV. COX, Yvater Valley, Miss. . . . Football Manager. Page 57 . Liberal :Irts I l I SOPHOMCRES J. A. CUNNTNGHAM, K E, Booneville, Miss. . En H. D.XNIEI., Oxford, Miss. . . . . .ALF DANTZLER, E A E, Biloxi, Miss. . DOROTHY MAE DEAN, Cascilla, Miss. . . . NI.-XRY FRANCES DE.-XX'ER, fb M, Tupelo, Miss. . . GENE H. DENT, A K E, Lockhart, S. C. . . ARTHUR DERR1CR, TI K A, Goodman, Miss. . . JENNY XVREN DTLLAHUNTY, A A A, Blythe-ville, JOHN SHARP DoNALo, E A IC, jackson, Nliss. . VV.-XRREN DORSEY, fb H sb, VVater Valley, Miss. . . VVILLIAM RODCER DONNiI,EN, B 6 H, Corinth, Miss. Cardinal Club. VVILLETTE DUCKVVORTH, E X, Columbus, Miss, . . Band. ROBERT W. DUNN, E A E, Hattiesburg, Miss. , . Hermean. N1ARTHA DYER, X Q, Greenville, Miss. NAN DYER, X Q, Greenwood, Miss. . . . LULTE EDDINS, K A, Bay Springs, Miss. . MARX' EDWARDS, X IQ, Yazoo City, Miss. . . MORGAN ELLSVVORTH, L11 K Alf, McComb, Miss. . . JULIAN M. ERVIN, H K A, Crystal Springs, Miss. BEN L. EVANS, A K E, Holly Springs, Miss. . GENE FAIR fl: A 9 Louisville Miss. . . . . . . 7 3 7 Sophomore Football Manager. MARX' ALICE FARRrs, A A A, Canton, Miss. . . . . VVM. LAVVRENCE FERRIS, E X, fb II E, Macon, Miss. . ALBERT FLAMM, Grenada, Miss. . . . . Y. M c. A. SAM FOOSE, JR., fi' A 9, Tchula, Miss. . Y. M. C. A., Football, 1, 2 A. B. FURLOVV, P2 A E, Brookhaven, Miss. . . . . RoaER'r FRANK FUTRELI., sb ll E, Oxford, Miss. . W. CARROLL QJARTIN, IJ A E, Laurel, Miss. . . RonNEx' fiATES, K A, Jackson, Miss. . . . . Cardinal Club. MARGARET GATLTN, A A A, Laurel, Miss. . . . . Treasurer of SOIYIIOIIIOIO ' ' Page 70 Ark. . g Baslcetlsall, 1. V. C. A . Liberal .-Iris Business School Business Srhool . Liberal .-Iris . Liberal .iris Business Sehool . Liberal .iris Lib 1'r' al.1lrls . . . Lafw Liberal .-lrts . . Liberal Arts Business Srhool Business Sehool . Liberal .iris Business Sehool . . . Lau' . Liberal Arts . . . Lafw . . Liberal .alrts Business School Business Srhool Business School Business Sfhool . Liberal .iris . Liberal .4rls 1. Business Srhool . Liberal Arls ....La1w Business Srhool . Liberal Arts SOPHOMORES ABRAHAM GELMtXN, sb II E, Charleston, Miss. . . HOWARD GEORGE, Enid, Okla. . . . . . DANIEL PENICK GHOI.sON, Holly Springs, Miss. PAUL H. GOODMAN, A 'I' SZ, Iuka, Miss. . . BONNIE LEE CSR.-XHAM, Porterville, Miss. . . . HOMER H. GRAHAM, Basefield, Miss. . . . . NI.-'IRTHA VIRGINIA GRAHAM, fb M, Corinth, Miss. . GEORGE VV. GREEN, Itta Bena, Miss. . Glee- Club. L. E. GRICE, JR., II K A, Crystal Springs, Miss. . Y. M, C. A., I-Iermenng President Of Sophomor HENRY GUNTER, E X, Columbus, Miss. . . . . . DAVID HUDSON GUYTON, E X, Blue Mountain, Miss. WYILLIAM FRANKLIN GUX'TON, E X, sb H E, Oxford, Miss.Librra1 LAMONT HAOAN, Abbeville, Miss. . . . . . . . GERALD LEVVIS HAIDAK, 6 N E, Paterson, N. J. . . VEIT AULL HAIN, JR., A XII, Lyon, Miss. Cardinal Club. TOXEY HALL, JR., E X, Columbia, Miss. HERMAN MELVILLE HALEX', I'tica, Miss, LESTER I. HALPRIN, Greenville, Miss. . . Cardinal Club. DAVID HAMILTON, fb A 9, sb H E, Meridian, Miss. . Y. M. C. A.: Mississippian Staff, 1, 2, Hermeang Hon Lots ANNE HANSELL, X Q, Okolona, Miss. . F. LEON HARMON, University, Miss. F. A. HARRINGTON, Houston, Miss. JAMES A. HARRIS, E X, VVebb, Miss. . . MARJORIE HARRIS, A A A, Baldwyn, Miss. . . FRANK EDVVARD HART, sb II fb, Picayune, Miss. CLYDE LITTLE HARTSFIELD, Oxford, Miss. . . . PADLINE HARTMAN, Itta Bena, Miss. . . . ELIZABETH HAVVKINS, A A A, Hattiesburg, Miss RosA HEALY, X Q, Natchez, Miss. . . . . . Se:-retary of Sophomore Class. LLEYVELLYN F. HEARD, A T A, Biloxi, Miss. . . . . Page 7l . Libfral qlrls . Businrss Sfbonl . . . . Lafw . Librral .slrfs Businrss Srbool . Librral Arts . Libfral .flrls . Libfral flrls . Librral .lrls t- rifiss. . Librral .flrfs . . Libfral .-lrts I-lrts . Liberal flrls . .Alrdirine . Librral flrts ...Lafw . Librral flrts . Librral :Iris Liberal .-lrts or Roll, 1. . Liberal .elrts . Librral .-Irts Business School . Libfral .flrfs . Libfral .-Irts Business Scbool . Liberal .flrts . Liberal kflrts Business School . Liberal .-lris Businrss School SOPHOMCRE ELODIE HEISS, dv M, Meridian, Miss. . . . . CHARLES R. HERRON, JR., E A E, Canton, Miss. . Hermeang Y. M, C. A. CURTIS YVILLIAM HINES, fb K XII, Cruger, Miss. . . MALLORY HINTON, A XII, Canton, Miss. . . . O. T. HOLDER, E lib E, Corinth, Miss. . . . CECELIA HOSEY, fir M, Laurel, Miss. . . G. G. HORNE, K A, Meridian, Miss. . . . . . PHILLIPS H. IZARD, E fb E, Georgetown, Miss. . S. EDVVARD IZARD, Newhebron, Miss. . . . CLAUDE A. JACKSON, 41 A 9, Kosciusko, Miss. . R. D. JACOBS, JR., Thyatira, Miss. . . . . KELLY ELLIS JAGGERS, Pontotoc, Miss. . . BEN F. JOHNSON, -if H fb, Jackson, Miss. . . . . HERMAN GRAY JOHNSON, E A E, Meridian, M Cardinal Cluh. LURLINE JOHNSON, Olive Branch, Miss. . . . Latin Club, Y. XV. C. A. PAUL JOHNSON, E A E, Hattiesburg, Miss. . . RUSSELL JOHNSON, fb H fb, Tula, Miss. . . . . Phi Sigma Literary Society. WILLIAM JOH Ns1'ON, JR., Band. KATHLEEN JONES, if M, Clarksdale, Miss. . . C. S. JORDAN, JR., E A E, Columbia, Miss. . . FRED H. JORDAN, JR., Purvis, Miss. . . . . F. W. KAHLMUS, JR., K A, Meridian, Miss. . . . GRACE KEETON, Carmichael, Miss. . . . CLAUD L. KEIRN, fb K XII, Keirn, Miss. . . Cardinal Club. RICHARD EDWIN KEYE, 23 A E, 'IJ H E, Rockford, Debating Team. MARGARET KEYS, X Q, Indianola, Miss. . . . . Dramatic Clubg Y. VV. C. A. MARY CAROLINE KIMBALL, fb M, Tupelo, Miss. . F. M. KINARD, Jackson, Miss. . ...... . President of Sophomore Class. ROBERT KINCADE, A XII, Clarksdale, Miss. . . . . ISS. . . H K KID, Columbus, Miss. S . Libcral Arts . Busincss School . . Liberal Arzs . Busincss Scl1ool . Business School . . Liberal Arts . Businfss School . Busirzcss School . . Libcral Arts . . Libcral Arts . . Libcral Arts . . Liberal Aris . . .Lafw Libcral Arls . . Liberal Aris . . Liberal Arts . Businrss School . . Libcral Aris . . Liberal Aris . Busincss School . . Libcral Arts . Busincss School . Busincss School . . Libcral Arls Ill. . . Educaiion , . Libcral Arts . . Liberal Arts . Business School . Business School Football: Basketball: Trac-kg Baseball. JOHN KUYKENDAI.I., K 2, Charleston, Miss. . . . . . Liberal Arls Cardinal Club, Mississippian Staffg Y. M. V. A. Page 72 R. VV. DIACRUDER, fb A O, Port Gibson, lNIiss. . SOPHOMGRES TOM LACEY, A K E, Holly Springs, Miss. . . . J. R. LIBERTO, 'If II E, VVest Point, Miss. . . SARA JO LITTLE, A A A, Blyrheville, Ark. . . . . JOHN XVADE LONG, K E, Sallis, Miss. . JAMEs H. LOVE, E A E, Tupelo, Miss. . . . Y. M. C. A.: Phi Sigma IaiIUl'Zll'j' Nomi- DICK HALL NI.-XRCHBANKS, New Albany, Miss. . . . ELSIE lN1ARKS, X 52, Jackson, Miss. . . . . . XVITT NI.-XRION, Nerrleron, Miss. . B. ERBANE MARTIN, Oxford, Miss. . . . . . VIRGIKTA NI.-XRTIN, A A A, E A I, Dell, Ark. . . . NICK MAVAR, Biloxi, Miss. . . . . . . . Y. M. C. A. JAMES XV.-XYNE MCCOOL, Durant, Miss. . Band. XVENDELL LICCORD, B O H, Corinth, Miss. . . . K. VV. MCCORMICK, II K fb, Yazoo City, Miss. . . ROBERT MCCORMICK, II K A, Hickory, Miss. . . . Glee Club. Ni.-XRCARET GRACE NICCORKLE, Oxford, Miss. . . . EDXVARD F. MCDOWELL, K A, Oxford, Miss. . . Debating Tcam. RUTH PAYNE BJCELROY, Oxford, Miss. . . . . . Business School . Liberal .flrts Businrss School . Liberal .-lrts . . . .Lafw Business School ty. Business School . Liberal Arts . Liberal .ilrts . Librral .ilrts . Liberal .-Irts ....Law Business School . Liberal --I rts . Liberal Hrts Business School . Liberal Hris . Librral Arts . Liberal .-lrts JOE AALEX NICFARLAND, E N, Bay Springs, Miss. . . . . Lafw Basoball. CLYDE MCGEE, JR., ZS X, Leland, Miss. . ..... Business School MADALYN MCHENRY, X Q, A A A, Greenville, Miss. . Sponsor of Cardinal Club. VERNA LEE MCLEOD, Pascagoula, Miss. . . . . RALPH F. MILLS, E fir E, Drew, Miss. . . . Foowaiig Y. M. C. A. H. R. MOKTGOMERY, E A E, Jackson, Miss. . . PAUL M. MOORE, Lauderdale, Miss. . . IRBY MOORE, E N, Oakland, Miss. . . . . . EDDIE NIACK IVIORG.-KN, K E, Moorhead, Miss. Cheer Leader. KATHRX'N MORGAN, Como, Miss. . . . . . THURMAN MORRISON, E N, Tupelo, Miss. . . . Y. M. C. A. Page 73 . Liberal Liberal Arts A rts . Liberal .4 rts . Liberal .-Iris ....Law Business School Business School . Liberal Arts . Liberal Arts SOPHOMORES XVII.I.IAM I1ARRIS MOUNOER, KID A 9, VVinona, Miss. . . Liberal Arts Pre-sicIIfIIt Of So1IlIoIIInI'e Y. III. V. A.: Mississippian Stal? l, 2. NI.-XRCARI?'I' NIURPIIEY, flv RI, Itta Bena, Miss. . . Liberal .-Iris XVII.I.I.AM P. NANCE, fb A 6, Jackson, Miss. . . . . Business School l'lIi Siuina Liter-:II-y sr-riietyz Y. M. C. .xg l.'aI'cliII:Il Club: Boxing Mziiiager. ROBERT S, NEVVION, K E, XViggins, Miss. . . . . . . . Lafw lIIteI'I'I':IteI'IIiI5 t'oIIIIr-il: ii6l'll1i-'llll l.itvI'zII'y Soviviy. ROBERT NORRIS, A 'l' Q, cil'6IlilClZl, Miss. . . . . . NlARCUERITE OSBORN, X Q, Greenwood, Miss. VV. L. OST'EEN, Pembroke, Ga. . VVII.I.1AM D. O'I'I', 6 K N, Osyka, Miss. . B. F. PARKER, E KI, E, Foxworth, Miss. . . . Cardinal Club. J. A. PARKER, Lucedale, Miss. . . JOE S. PARKS, II K -IA, Oxford, Miss. . . Engineering Club. NEvII.I.E PATTERSON, Monticello, Miss. . CILENDA PATTON, XAYZIICI' Valley, Miss. . . EMILY OzELI.As Pl-ZARCE, Falkner, Miss, JOE PENIX, K A, Jackson, Miss. . . . . . . Bzinrlg lvlississippisilisg Y. M, r'. A. JOHN LAMAR PENNY, II K A, Pontotoc, Miss. . . JUANITA PERRINs, Oxford, Miss. . . . ROBERT EUEI. PERRY, E X, Rienzi, Miss. . . Ulm- Miss Music f'lIIII. CLAUDE V. PETTY, K A, Magnolia, Miss. . . . Phi Sigma Literary Soi-ir-ty, 1'll9i-'1' LI-acl:-I-3 Y. M. V SODIIIIIIIOIWS Pllzlrmacy Vlnss. HARRY PIERCE, JR., E A E, Vicksburg, Miss. . . Y. M. C. A., IVIississiIIpiaII Stull, HPl'l1lPllll Lite HOXNARIJ R. PIGFORII, E A ll, Russell, Miss. . . ELIZABETH PII.I.Ovv, X 52, Greenwood, Miss. . . FRANK PINSON, A A A, Ackerman, Miss. . . A. P. POPE, 'If A 9, East Moline, Ill. . . JOIIN B. POPE, Collins, Miss. . . . . . . R. D. P0R'I'wOon, fl, A 9, Greenwood, Miss. . . Glue Cluhg Y. M. C. A. F. M. POSEY, A T SZ, Oxford, Miss. . . J. W. PRINGIE, E A Ii, Biloxi, Miss. . . . . . JAMES E. PUCKETT, fl, II E, Crystal Springs, Miss Y. M. F. A., IIOIIOI' Roll. BRENT QUINN, Z X, Greenwood, Miss. . . . Page 74 1I':II'y . Business School . Liberal .4175 . Liberal flrls . . . Lafw . Liberal Hrlx . Liberal flrls . Engineering . Liberal .flrls . Liberal Arts . Liberal flrts . Liberal rfrts . Liberal Arts .4 fl.: . Liberal . Liberal Arif .fl rls . Liberal A., I'I'c-:sicle-IIt Ol . Liberal .AI rl, Soviet X. . Liberal Arty . Liberal .4r15 . Liberal flrts Business School . Education . .Lafw . .Pharmacy Business School Liberal flrls Business School SOPHOMORES DAVID M. QCINN, JR., B 9 II, I T, fl' ll E, II K II, II I flf, Indianola, Bliss. . . .......... ....Lafw M. O. A. K. S.: Hi'I'!ll9HlI LitI'I':II'y Sotntyg Latin III ls, I, lg s.-f-r.4t,Ii-5 Oli Signia Vpsilon, 33 PI1-sitlc-IIt -II' Siunm I'psiIf,II, I: IIIII-I't'rat-rIIity Counrgil: Mississippian Staff, Ig I-IIIIIDI' Iloll. II, 4, An J. A. RAMSEY, JR., VVater Valley, Miss. . . . . . IIIIQII Stuff. 4. . Librra! .-Iris HUGH HENRX' RATHER, A T A, Holly Springs, Miss. . Ellyillfffillfj 1':II'rlIII:II Vlul-. EDXYARD E. READ, JR., 41 II sb, Picayune, Miss. . . . . . Lafw Phi Sigma Lil:I'III'A' SO1-iwtyg Y, AI. 1. A. XVILLIAM C. REED, JR., A T A, Jackson, Miss. . . Cirdizial Club, ARTHUR C. RHYNE, YP K XII, Pass Christian, Miss. . . BILL ROBERTSON, K E, Corinth, Miss. . . . . . Hr-!'In0aII I.iI9I'IIl'A' Soviets: NIARY VIRGINIA ROE, sb RI, Inverness, Miss. . . LESLIE ROGERS, A XII, Greenwood, Miss. . . . . . . Lafw Bzisimss Sfhfifll Businfss Sfhool Burinrss Sflmol . Liberal Iflrls Phi Sigma Literary Soviety: Latin Club, Y. M. C1 A, PETER ROSATO, JR., Bangor, Penn. . . FREDERICK A. Ross, Meridian, Miss, . .... . . Enginfrring . . . .Lau State Senator: Taylor Award in Sof-ioI0g3'I Master Mason. JAMES L. ROUSE, IT K A, Gulfport, Miss. . . . . . IAXNETTE ROWAN, K A, Amory, Miss. . . RUTH RUSSELL, Redwood, Niiss. . . . NIARGARET RUTLEDGE, A A A, McComb, Miss. . ELSIE SABIN, X Q, Greenwood, Miss. . . CLAUDE SANDERS, Harperville, Miss. . . . . . Cardinal Clnh: Y. M. C. A. NIONETTE SAXON, Nleadville, Miss. . ANDREW B. SCHMITT, K E, Shaw, Miss. . . . CLIFFORD SCHL'LTz, fb K Alf, Vicksburg. Miss. . . VVILLI.-XM NL'GENT SHANDs, df A 6, Jackson, Miss. . OLIX'ER A. SHAW, Fniversity, Miss. . VERNON SHAW, Houston, Texas . . VIRGINIA SHEFFIELD, Fulton, Miss. . . PRESCOTT A. SHERMAN, E N, McComb, Miss. . . . Cardinal Club: Engineering Flulv. TOM SHERMAN, sb A 9, Meridian, Miss. . . . . . PAUL M. SI-IIPPEY, Calhoun City, Miss. . . . . . . Lil1rra1.4r1s . Liberal .iris . Liberal .-7r1s . Libfral :Iris . Librral .-lrls Businrss Sflmol . Libfral .4rts Businfss Srhool . Librral .iris . . . Lafw . Liberal flrls Business Sfhool . Liberal .-Irlc . Enginerring Business Sfhool , Liberal Arts Y. M. C, A.: Hermean Literary Soviety. LAWRENCE SIEVERS, 119 E H, Greenville, Miss. . . . Treasurer of Freshman Class. JACK SIGLER, K E, Hattiesburg, Miss. . . . . . REBA SIMPSON, VVater Valley, Miss. . Page 75 . . Lau Business School . Liberal Arts SOPHOMORES DAVID XV. SNIAILWOOD, E fb E, Oxford, Miss. . . CLYTEE SMITH, Oxford, Miss. . . . . DAMON B. SMITH, B 9 II, Meridian, Miss. . . J. A. SMITH, A XP, Indianola, Miss. . . Boxing Team: "M" Clulsg Gym Danes- D+-I:oI'ati1Ig TEDDY A. SMITH, K E, Tehula, Miss. . CRENOLA SNEED, Thaxton, Miss. . . . ASHTON SOMERVILLE, X Q, Cleveland, Miss. . Y. XV. C. A. MARY SPEED, A A A, Meridian, Miss. . . President of Sophomore Y. YV. C. A. BILLY SPENCER, II K fb, Jackson, Miss. . . VVILLIAM HINTON STEEN, Durant, Miss. . . EDGAR STEPHENS, E X, New Albany, Miss. . . . . ....Lafw , Liberal Arts . Liberal Arts Business School Committee. . Liberal Arts . Liberal Arts . Liberal Arts Business School . Liberal Arts . . . Lafw . Liberal Arts Phi Sigrna Literary Soeietyg Glee,Clul:. STEPHEN STIGLER, E X, Greenville, Miss. . . . . . FINIS ST. JOHN, University, Miss. . . . ASA G. STRATTON, Liberty, Miss. . . ANNICE STREETER, Derma, Miss. . ITRANR STRODE, New York, N. Y. . MRS. MARY SUMNERS, Booneville, Miss. . . JULIEN R. TATUM, A T Q, Meridian, Miss. . . Miss, . , F. KlMBeXl..l, TA1'UM, II K A, Tupelo, Miss. . . JOHN R. TAX'LOR, A K E, West Point, MYRTLE TXAYLOR, Oxford, Miss. . DORIS MARIE TAYS, Booneville, Miss. Miss. . . . . SCOTT P. TENNX'SON, E X, Columbus, Mississippian Staffg Phi Sigma Literary Sovie-tyg Band: LELIA TERRY', A A A, Laurel, Miss. . . . . . . A. WENDEl.I. TINSl.EY, Oxford, Miss. . Y. M. V, A. FRANK VAN DEVENIJER, Meridian, Miss. . . JEWEL ODELI, VARNER, Taylor, Miss. . . . EMMIE ELLEN WADE, Oxford, Miss. . . W. BURNELI. VVAITS, Leland, Miss. . . ROBERT VV. WALL, fb A 9, Boyle, Miss. . . . . . . Liberal Arts Business School . Liberal Arts . Liberal Arts . Liberal Arts . .Education . Liberal Arts . Liberal Arts . Liberal Arts . Liberal Arts Business School . Liberal Arts De-lsntiiig' Team. Business School . Liberal Arts . Liberal Arts Business School . Liberal Arts . Liberal Arts . Liberal Arts In-lmtirig 'Pr-:IIIIL Mis-Isissippiari Slzrtfg "Ole Miss" Staff: SI-I-I'e1ary ol' Sophoxiioro Y. M. IZ. A.g Trark Nlilllilf-fl'l'. Page 76 SOPHOMORES CEL!-INN DArtn XVALKER, Morton, Miss. . Hnwtrr XV. WAt.t..AcE, A T A, Biloxi, Miss. . NI.-XRY JANE XVAILACE, A A A, Oxford, Miss. . BIIRIAM LENORE XV.-Xl.l.ACE, X Q, Biloxi, Miss. . DOROTHY XVALLER, Oxford, Miss. . . . Nl.-XRJORIE XV.-XRD, A A A, Cleveland, Nllss. XVILLI.-XM L. XV.-XRREN, DeKalb, Miss. JOHN XV. XVATKINS, E X, Quitman, Miss. ERMA Jo SVATSON, Pittsboro, Nliss. . F. SV. VVATIS, E 'D E, Bogalusa, La.-. . BUFORD CAROLINE XVEBB, X Q, XVebb, Miss. . JAMES YVEBSTER, fb A 9, Oxford, Miss. . . EDWARD D. XVELLS, E X, Vicksburg, Miss. . Al.oNzo S. XVESTBROOK, II K A, Jackson, Miss. . . . l.ib1'ral .lrls I3u,vifzr'J.t School . I.iln'1'11l.ll'l5 litzsllzfss School . Libcml rlrls . Libcral qlrfs . . . Lafur . Librral .iris . Libfral .-Iris . . . Lafw . Libcral :Iris Bu5inr.t.t School . Liberal Arts Busilzcss School Mississippian Stuff 1. 23 Annual Staff, 1 2: Sm-re-tary Freshman Y. M. C. A.: Treasure r of Sophomore Y. M. C. A.: Se:-rotary of Phi Sigma Literary Soviety. JULIAN A. XVHELESS, E A E, Hattiesburg, Miss. EEDORA XVHITE, Gulfport, Miss. . . JOSEPH C. XVHITE, Oxford, Miss. . . . XVILEY CORDILL VVHITE, K A, Canton, Miss. . LL'C1I.E XVHITEHEAD, fb M, Clarksdale, Miss. . . EDXYARD F. XVHITTINCTON, JR., A T Q, Clarksdale J. D. VVIENER, 411 E H, 'iv H E, Tutwiler, bliss. . Cardinal Vlllll. RUBIE VVILEY, Oxford, Miss. . .... ELIZABETH XVILKINS, X Q, Grenada, Miss. . . , lWlsS Bz1.tin:'s.t School .Lib 1'r' al .Jr1.v Btzgirlfss School . Lib z't' al .-Iris . Libfral plrtt .Libcral .lrlx . Librral .-lrts Busincss School Bzzsinfss School THOMAS LAKE VVILROY, dv H CID, Hernando, Miss. . . . . . Lafw Phi Sigma Literary Society: President Phi Sigma Literary Society: Gym Dance Committee, M. O. A. K. S.: Interfraternity Council. VERs1E L. XVILSON, E fb E, Brookhaven, Miss, . BESS SPENCER VVOOD. X Q, Batesville, Miss. . . JANE YVRIGHT, X Q, Corinth, Miss. . . . . TOM BRAGG XLANCEY, K A, Kingsport, Tenn. , Y. M. C. A.: Phi Sigma Literary Sp OPAL YARBER, K A, Belmont, Miss. . . . . . RUTH ZINKE, K A, Chicago, Ill. . . Page 77 cirt Bugincss School . Liberal .-Irlx . Librral -Iris . Liberal .-Irtx 3'- . .Education . Liberal .4rts I FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS l JOSEPH SADKA , ..,., President PARKER HALL . ...., Vice-President CHRISTINE MURPHREE . .... Secretary HAROLD L. LEVINE , . . Treasurer if nar- -Q, , -siffnx zegenfin ZlAe FRESHMEN FRESHMEN --X:LgEExE ADA:-is. Tupelo. Xliss. . . . . DAENEY B. JXXDERSOX. A XP. Pontoroc. Miss. . D.A'-'ID M. .'xXDEfGON, JR., II K A, Xewton, Miss. . Wigguxi C. :XXDERSON. JR., Abbeville. Miss. . 'TUAXXE .-KRMOCR. Xew Albany, Miss. . . ROEERT W, Arxixsox, sr .X 6, Drew, Miss. . . -loiix E. :XYEXT, Oxford, Bliss. . . . . CiL'5SlE LEE BALDw1x. X Q, Hattiesburg, Miss, . STEVE BARKER, .X K E, Tupelo, Miss . , . EDDIE B.-XRXE5, fir' II 41, Vicksburg, Xliis. . SPEXCER BARNES. K I, Belzoni, Miss. . CATHERNE BEASLEY. jackson, Mix. . . NORMA BEDENB.-UQGH, State College, Bliss. . Arvrx BEISECKE. Highland, Ill. . . . . Donorm' BELK, Oxford, Nliss. . . EDNA BELK, Oxford, Bliss. . . . Qi.-XRDNER BENNETT, Meridian, Miss. PRESTON BiccERs, E X, Corinth, liiss. . . . SIACK T. BLACKWOOD, E fb E, Drew, Miss. ROBERT C. BOND, E X, xS'Z1f'TlC5b0l'0, Bliss. XIILDRED BoxDs, Abbeville, Miss. . KIMBLE BRADLEY, Hattiesburg, Nliss. . . . JOSEPH STEXY,-KRT BREYER, K A, Meridian, Miss. . XVALTER R. BRIDGFORTH. E A E, Yazoo City, Miss. , STENY.-KRT Bkoosi, JR., A T Q, jackson, Miss. . . FAY BUNCH, Taylor, Siiss. . . . . . . ELGESE CAi.DwEi.i., E fb E, Baldwyn, Miss. . VANCE N. C.-XLDXVELI., Marietta, Miss. . . xiELYlN CALHOLN, Memphis, Tenin. . . . Boa CAMPBELL, .X K E, XVest Point, Miss. . JAMES CANFIELD, Collins, Miss. . . . fiEORGE XV, CANTIN, Leland, Miss. . Page B0 . Libfral Jr!! Businvu School . Librral .lrtr . .Education . Liberal -Iris Business School Businns Sfhool . Liberal --Iris . Liberal -lrls . Liberal -lrts . Librral Jr!! . Librral .ulrls . Librral .Jrls Businfsx Sfhool . Librral .iris . Liberal -iris Bufinvss School Businfss Sfhool . Liberal .-Iris . Liberal -lrtf . Liberal .-Iris Business School Businfss Sfhool Liberal -iris Businrxs School . .Education . Liberal .-fri.: . Liberal .iris . Enginffring . Liberal .-Irl: . Liberal .4rlJ . Liberal :Iris FRESHMEN QiRADX' CAS'l'll.l.OXX', Greenville, Miss. . BRLCE C. CAUSEY, fi' K XII, Shelby, Miss. . CHARLES CHAxDLER, E X, Bogalusa, La. . . CARRIE FRAxcES CHAPMAN, Oxford, Niiss. . . JANE SMXTH CliEL'NAL'LT, KOSClL'SKO, Miss. JAMES CHERRY, XViggins, Miss. . . . . . EDWARD BRADLEY CHILDRESS, K A, Flora, Miss. . STEWART CLAYTON, fb .X 9, Tupelo, Miss. . . XVILLIAM EDGAR CLAYTON, Sumrall, Miss. . J.-XMES OLIVER COBB, Bruce, Miss. . . PHILLIP G. COBB, Eupora, Miss. . BLAYES COFEEY, Myrtle, Miss. . . . . . . DURWARD COLL1xs, H K Alf, Shannon, Miss. . NI.-XRJORIE E. COLOIQITT, fb M, Beulah, Miss. . J. B. COSWAY, Tupelo, Miss. . . . . . . LAwRExcE P. COOxEY, E X, Oxford, Miss. . BRISTER COSNQXHAN, E A E, Aberdeen, Miss. . MILDRED CRAx, X Q, VVaynesboro, Miss. . . ROBERT GUNS CRAWFORD, E X, XVesr Point, Miss. XVALTER B. CRITZ, A K E, XVesr Point, Miss. . ROBERT N. CROCRETT, E sb E, 'Winterville, Miss. . . HECTOR CURRTE, f-D .X 9, Meridian, Miss. . JACK D.-XLTON, VVest Point, Miss. . . . . . JOE PI.-XRDEM.-XX DASTEL, II K A, Oxford, Miss. . . RICHARD DAYIS, Oxford, Miss. . . . . . VVEBB DELO.-XCH, 411' A O, Greenwood, Miss. . EDXVARD DEMILLER, E A E, Biloxi, Miss. . JEAN DENMAN, E N, Greenwood, Miss. . . PAUL DICKERSON, .X T A, Tutwiler, Miss. . ERNEST A. Dixox, .X 'F A, Union, Miss. . . . . CHARLES .ADO DUNAOIN, E X, Hattiesburg, JOE Enmxs, K E, Rosedale, Miss. . . . . Page BI Miss. . . Business S . Liberal .flrfs . Liberal Hlrls . Liberal .Lifts Business School . Liberal .iris . Liberal .iris Business School . Liberal .Jrts Business School . Engineering . Liberal .lrls Business School . Liberal .iris . . . . .Music Business School . Liberal .lrls . Liberal .iris Business School . . Liberal .Iris . Liberal .iris . Liberal .-Irls . Liberal .-lrrs . Liberal .iris . Liberal .Jrls Business School . Liberal .-lris . Liberal .flrls Business School . Liberal .-lrts . Liberal .-Iris chool . . Liberal Arts FRESHMEN HELEN EDELMANN, A A A, Goldsboro, N. hKvO0IJROXY XVILSON ELLIS, Port Gibson, Miss. , . VIRGINIA ETHRIDGE, sb M, Meridian, Miss. PAT FARRELL, K E, Tunica, Miss. . SIDNEY FEINBERC, Long Beach, N. -I. . EL'N1CE FEITH, Vicksburg, Miss. . FRANK FERRELI., Ashland, Miss. . . . FRANK FORD, Z2 A li, Hattiesburg, bliss. BRENT FORMAN, 'If A 9, Natchez, bliss. . LOUISE FL'I.MER, Oxford, Miss. . . NIASQLILETTE VV. GARR, Natchez, Miss. . .ANNETTE Qi.-XINES, X 12, Rosedale, Miss. . THOMAS CZ.-XRDNER, E A li, Gulfport, Miss. CLARENCE GEORGE, B 9 II, Corinth, Miss. ERNEST T. GEORGE, K A, Macon, Miss. . NV. XV. GEORGE, E A E, Meridian, Miss. . IPSER GERSLlK, IT K A, Gulfport, Miss. . . NVILSON B. GTLLILAND, E N, Nesbitt, Miss. . DAYIIJ GLEASON, K A, Meridian, Miss. . . . . . CHARLES GOLDBERG, 111 E II, New York, N. MART GOOLSBY, Oxford, Miss. . . . HAROLD GOTliHEI.F, JR., Vicksburg, Miss. . ROBERT E. GRAHAM, Galena Park, Texas . . . PAUL GRAVES, E A E, Tunica, Miss. . . . NIOORMAN E, GREEN, II K A, Amory, Miss. . . RUTH GREEN, K A, Leaf, Miss. DAN'llJ HALEY, l'tica, Miss. . . . . . . OLIVER MORGAN HALL, Z2 A E, Greenville PARKER HALL, K E, Tunica, Miss. . . . J. ROBERT HAND, 41 A 9, VVaynesboro, Miss. . . . HAROLD HANEY, A K E, Oxford, Miss. . NANCY HARRTNS, Oxford, Miss. . . Pago 82 Lib 1'r'f 1 l.lr1J . Librral .-Iris . .Eclucalion Busincxs School . Lib f'r' al .lrls BIl5illl'55 School . Librral .4rl.v Engin 1'fr ring . Lib l'1' al .-lrls Basirzrxs School , Librfal .-Iris . Librral .lrls . Libcral Jrts . Liberal .lrts . Engincrrirzg Businvxx School . Libfral .lris . Enginfcring Bzuirzcss School . Libcral .-Irts . Libcral Arts . Librral .-Iris Bn.vinc.v.f School Business School . Liberal .Jrls . Libcral .-lrls . Libcral Arif . Liberal Arix Busirzcsx School Businesx School . . Engineering Business School FRESHMEN PAUL VV. HARRISON, Hzlzlelillrst, Miss. . SYKES HARTIN, C'OlIIInlIIIs, Miss. . . . . . IAAARY EI.IzAI3ETII l'I.-ws, Dyerslmrg, Tenn. . . Gf,JI.lJlE RICE LIENRY, II K fli, Darling, Miss. . MARCELLUS .ARYINE PIENRY, New Haven, COIIII. JAMES A. HICKM.XN, Noxaparer, Miss. . . HUNLEY HINM.AN, B 9 H, Carthage, Miss. . . CHARLES BEER HIRSCH, KI' E IT, Vicksburg, Mis E. H. HIX, JR., KP A O, Jackson, Miss. . . . . DOROTIIX' L. HOLL.-KN, X Q, XVynne, Ark. . . THEOIDORE G. HOFFMAN, Woodlawn, Nliss. . CI.EvE HUGGINS, Biloxi, Miss. . , LAVVRENCE HUTTON, Oxford, Miss. . . . GEORGE SHELTON IRBT, E X, Como, Miss. . LEE VV. JOHNSON, E A E, Columbia, Miss. , JAMES JONES, Oxford, Miss. . RUTH JONES, Oxford, Miss. . VAN JONES, Oxford, Bliss. . . . . JOHN VVILLIAM JOYNER, A Alf, Greenville, Miss. GENE KIDDER, A A A, Meridian, Miss. . . B. B. KIMBROUGH, A Klf, Clarksdale, Miss. . . LARKIN KNOX, New Albany, Miss. . . BOB KRAUCH, A T Q, Memphis, TenII. . . STANLEY LAVNER, Inverness, Miss. . . JOHNNY LEONARO, B 9 II, Corinth, Miss. . . HAROLD LEE LEVINE, sb E H, Clarksdale, Miss. LOUISE LINOSEY, fb M, Laurel, Miss. . BILL LITTON, K E, Cleveland, Miss. . . GEORGE LOCRHART, A Alf, Pontoroc, Miss. . CHARLES LOVE, E A E, Aberdeen, Miss. . . B. F. MANDLEBAUM, New Orleans, La. . . BILLY MANN, II K A, Grenada, Miss. . Page 83 lib. ml .lrly l.il11'l'1ll .Irlv U11-Ail11',v,v S1 hun! . 1.il1I'l'Ill . . l.il1rl'al. . Lillrral . Lilzrrrll . . Lilzrral -Irlv Irlx lrlx lrls lrtx Iiizgriizrss Sfliool . Liberal .Iris . Libfftli . irly BIZJLIIILXJ' Sflmnl , Lib 'ral .lrls Iiizsizzrfs School . Lillvrai 51 rls Bzzsinrss Selma! . Liberal :Iris . Lib r'r' al .lrlr . Librral .rlrts . Libvral .iris . Libvral .Iris . Lilzvral .Alrlr . .Edumiion . 1.il2:'l'llI .lrls Libvral .Iris . Lib r'I' al .lrly . Lib ral qlrls Businfss Srlzool Lilzwral .lrtx . Librral .'1rl5 . Lil: z'I'z I 1 .'Ir'l.f Buxinrss Sflzoal FRESHMEN DOROTHY MANSON, fb AI, Gulfport, Miss. . FRANCES lxl.-XRKETTE, K A, Oxford, Miss. XV. BI. BIARSH, Ripley, lNIiss. . . . BILLIE G. NI.-XRTIN, jackson, Miss. . . TROY XV. NIASHBURN, Pelahatchie, Miss. . KENT Nl.-XSSENGALE, Hattiesburg, Miss. . . CAROLYN RAY IYLASSIZY, Kosciusko, Miss. . . BL.-ASTON D. MCBRIDE, E A E, Philipp, Miss. BETTY NICCABE, A A A, Vicksburg, Miss. . . CARROLL MCCARTHY, E dv E, Baldwyn, Miss. IVIARTHA INICCOY, A A A, Laurel, Miss. . . ERNEST NICCRACKEN, H K 41, Hernando, Miss. NIARIETTE MCDONALD, X Q, Memphis, Tenn. . JAMES CLAUDE MCGEHEE, B G H, Bude, Miss . Librral .-Iris . Libvral .-Iris . Lil 1z'r 'al .-Irts Businrss School Businfss Sfhool Bufinrss Sfhml Businrss Srhool Business Sfhool . Librral .ilrls . Libfral Arts . Liberal .-lrfx . .Educalion . Liberal .ilrls . Liberal .elrti EDWARD T. NICLAUCHLIN, Liberty, Miss. . . , Businrss School DAX'lD NICLEAN, K A, Meridian, Miss. . . MARINA MCMANCS, sb M, Gulfport, Miss. . EDVVARD J. MCNAMARA, Boston, Mass. HARRY MELCHER, Portland, Me. . . JAMES MELTON, K A. Meridian, Miss. . . JOHN M. MILLER, A 111, Hazlehurst, Miss. . XVALTER D. MILNER, E X, Gulfport, Miss. . J. P. MILSTEAD, K E, Okolona, Miss. . . ERNEST MINOR, E X, Paulette, Miss. . . . . lVIAI.COLM B. MONTGOMERY, K A, Yazoo City, CLAUDE G. MOODY, K A, Meridian, Miss. ERNEST MOORE, ZS A E, Ripley, Miss. . . HAL MOORE, Blytheville, Ark. . . . JOHN L. MOORE, Scooba, Miss. . . PAULINE MOORE, Nettleron, Miss. . . SVALLACE MOORE, Calhoun City, Miss. . . ALTA MOORMAN, Shreveport, La. . . Page 84 Miss. . Librral :Iris . Librral .Iris . Librral Arts . Libcral .-Irff Businrss School . Liberal Arif Bzzsilmfs Srhool . Liberal .-lrts Bu:in1'5J Sthool . . Libcral flrls . Ffnffinrering Bu.vinr5.v Sfhool . Libsral .lrlf . Liberal .-fri.: . Libfral .4rti . Liberal .-Iris Businrss Sfhool Q? FRESHMEN ERNEST lNlORRlSOY, K 22, Meridian, Miss. . HAROLD N10S'liKOFF, fb li II, Rosedale, bliss. . JOE lN40SBY, Meridian, Miss. . . . . CHRISTINE MLIRPHREE, sir M, Shelby, Miss. . LAWRENCE A. OLSEN, E X, Carrollton, Nliss. SAM OLDEN, JR., E A E, Yazoo City, Miss. . EMMETT OMARA, E A E, McComb, Miss. . MIRIAM PAGE, fb M, Sardis, Miss. . . FRANCIS PARKER, B 9 H, Vicksburg, Miss. . V. THOMAS PARKER, Vicksburg, Miss. . JOHN PARKS, E N, Drew, Miss. . . . ROBERT PATTERSON, Jonestown, Miss. . . . JAMES XVHITEVVAY PATTY, E X, Bigbee Valley, AALEX S. PATNE, E A E, Bolton, Miss. . . . TOM ROBERT PEARSON, II K A, Picayune, Miss. . BILLY PERKINS, E A E, Clarksdale, Miss. . . SKIDMORE PICKENS, Abderville, Miss. . . MAURICE PIGFORD, K A, Meridian, Miss. A. JACK PITTMAN, E fb E, Bogalusa, La. . . ETHEL PRICE, A A A, Tupelo, Miss. . . . . CLARENCE PROSPERE, A T Q, VVashington, Miss. . ERNEST EUGENE PUCKETT, Vicksburg, Miss. . JACK RHED, fb A 9, McComb, Miss. . . . . . OOIA MAUOE ROBINSON, sb M, Crawfordsville, XVILLARD ROGERS, Porterville, Miss. . . SEYMOUR ROGOVIN, New York, N. Y. . . JAMES L. ROTHSCHILO, Oxford, Miss. . . . EUCENIA H. ROWLAND, X Q, Oxford, Miss. . . JOSEPH JAMES SADKA, Meridian, Miss. . . ERVVIN SANDERS, Okolona, Miss. . . B. PAUL SANFORD, Hornell, N. Y. . . . CHRISTOPHER SCARANO, New York, N. Y. . Page 85 . Librral .Iris . I,ibrral .Iris . . Liberal .lrls . . Business Srhool . . Liberal rlrls . . Liberal :Iris . Liberal .Iris . Business School . .Eduralion . Business Srhool . Engineering . . . Liberal .iris Miss. . Engineering . . Business Sfhool . Engineering . . Business Srhool . Business School . Business Srhool . .Erlurafion . Liberal .iris . Liberal .flrts . Liberal Arls . . Business School Ark. . Liberal Arts . Liberal .iris . .Education . Business Srhool . . Business School . Bu.ine:s School . Business School . Engineering . Liberal Arts FRESHMEN ELIZABETH SCOTT, A A A, Canton, Miss. . ROBERT P. SCOTT, A T A, Corinth, Miss. . DOROTHY' SHE.-X, A A A, Gulfport, Miss. . . DAN H. SHELL, E A E, Okolona, Miss. . . EARL SHELLABARGER, Oxford, Miss. . . DOROTHY SHIPP, A A A, Smyrna, Tenn. . . XV. SAM SHOCKLEY, A T Q, Iuka, Miss. . . ALI.AN SILVERMAN, Brooklyn, N. Y. . . EUGENE S1MPsON, K A, jackson, Miss. . . ARTHUR F. SMITH, A T A, Biloxi, Miss. . BROOKS SMITH, B 9 II, Moline, Ill. . . EDVVARD HARVY SMITH, jackson, Miss. . . . . BILL ALLEN SMITHSON, II K A, Goodman, Missi . . JESSIE P. SPARKS, New Site, Miss. . . . . . JOHN C. SPEER, A XII, Indianola, Miss. . . R. H. SPELI., E HIP E, Georgetown, Miss. . STEPHENS SPENCER, E A E, Red Lick, Miss. . . Dick STAGGERS, A K E, West Point, Miss. . JACK STARK, Holly Springs, Miss. . . . PHINEAS STEVENS, K A, Jackson, Miss. . . LAVERNE STEWART, Tula, Miss. . . C. C. STOCKARD, Grenada, Miss. . . A. T. STOCKS, K Z, Baldwyn, Miss. . . . GRADH' STRICKLAND, A T A, Corinth, Miss. . . HUGH MTLLER SURRATT, Oxford, Miss. . . B. S. SVVINDOLL, Slate Springs, Miss. . . LESTER TAISHOFF, Brooklyn, N. Y. . . . . . Lswis ALBERT THAMES, K E, Sanatorium, Miss. rI'A'l'E THIGPEN, II K A, Picayune, Miss. . . . fiEORCE THOMAS, Vicksburg, Miss. . . VIRGH. W. TIIOMAS, fb A 9, Boyle, Miss. . DOROTHY THOMASON, fb M, Memphis, Tenn. . . Page 86 . Libwral Arts . Libcral Arts . Liberal Arts . Liberal Arts Busincss School . Liberal Arts Business School . Libcral Arts . Enginecring Businrss School Busincss Sclzool Business School . Librral Arts . Libcral Arts Busincss School Business School . Librral Arts . Liberal Arts Business School Businrss School . Librral Arts . Liberal Arts . Librral Arts , Liberal Arts . Librral Arts . Liberal Arts . Librral Arts . Librral Arts . Liberal Arts . Liberal Arts . Liberal Arts . Libcral Arts 31 FRESHMEN FRANK L. TlNlJAl.l., A tlf, lndizinoln, Miss. . PATSY TlNllfXl.l., X 52, SuIIHower, Miss. . CALVIN TlNSI.EX', Oxford, Miss. . . . . JULIUS R. TlP'l'0N, A T A, Hernando, Miss. . . XVALI..-ACE TR.-XNOR, A T A, Shelby, Miss. . CHARLES TR.AX'LOR, Biloxi, bliss. . HOMER E. TURNER, A Alf, Jackson, Miss. . SAM XVAGNER, II K .-X, Vicksburg, Nliss. . NELL VV.-XLDROP, slr AI, Stonewall, Miss. . LED H. YVALKER, E X, Hattiesburg, Miss. . RICHARD L. VV.-XTSON, K A, Columbus, Miss. . HUNTER G. VVEDDINGTON, E A E, Meridian, Nliss. . . BENJAMIN VVEINBROM, York, Penn. . . ERSKINE VV. XVELLS, A Alf, jackson, Miss. . MERCER VVHAYNE, A T Q, Lepanto, Ark. . . LLOYD XVHITE, Oxford, Miss. . . . . . . FRANCES P. XVHITTAKER, 412 M, Aberdeen, Miss. . J. VV. VVHITTEN, B 9 II, Cascilla, Miss. . STEVE WTILKERSON, B 6 II, Starkville, Miss. . . FLORA XVILKINSON, 111 AI, Shelby, Miss. . . BILL XRHLLIAMS, sb K XII, McComb, Miss. . . . CHARLES C. XVILLIAMS, E A E, Okolona, Miss. LEN XKYILLIAMS, JR., Tylertown, Miss. . . . ALTON EUGENE XVOLFE, Como, Miss. . . CLYDE HAYS XVOOD, E A E, VVoodville, Miss. . LUKE XVOOD, .A T A, Corinth, Miss. . . MILDRED L. VVOOD, VVater Valley, Miss. . FRED VVRICHT, Amory, Miss. . . . . Ti-IURMAN xi-XNCY, Pittsboro, Miss. . GLENN YORK, K A, Tutwiler, Miss. . . Page 87 . l.llH'l'lll .Iris . .Jlusic . Libffal .'Ir1s If I1.t in1'ssSchool . Librrzll .flrls . Liberal .flrts Business School . Libcral .-Iris . .Education Busincss School . Librral .Jrts Busincss School . 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BATES RESUME OF THE SPORTS YEAR FOOTBALL Selected as the Southern team to play in the Orange Bowl in Miami, Florida, Ole Miss lost a close game to Catholic University by the score of Z0 to 19. However, this game marked the close of the most successful season the Flood has ever experienced, and the decisive victory over the strong Mississippi State eleven will never be forgotten. BASKETBALL Starting out slowly, the Red and Blue cage team gathered momentum during the season and was recognized as one of the best teams in the Southeastern Conference. However, a flu epi- demic played havoc with the personnel of the team, and necessitated a withdrawal from the tournament. BOXING Ole Miss' pugilists, with "Sonny,' Ballard, "Kayo,' Smith, and Hazel Lackey usually emerg- ing with victories, went through a season of ups and downs. In several fights, Ole Miss was forced to forfeit certain matches which of course placed the team at a disadvantage at the begin- ning. At the end of the season the "Hun epi- demic forced most of the boxers from competi- tion. TRACK The 1935 track season did not show the best record that Mississippi has ever turned in, but was good enough to include wins over Millsaps and Mississippi State, a second in the S.E.A.A. U. meet at Memphis, and a close loss to Ala- bama. One new record was established by Shoe- maker when he leaped for a new broad jump mark. BASEBALL An exceptionally strong Mississippi n i n e found the going too tough and failed to turn in as many victories as was expected. Exceptionally brilliant pitching that baffled them on certain occasions, coupled with bad breaks was too much for the Red and Blue nine and the loss column greatly surpassed the number of wins. TENNIS I Another strong team set an exceptional record for future racquet stars to shoot at. One of the best of the recent Ole Miss court aggregations. Noblin, Berger and Prospere led the way with consistent wins. GOLF A perfect record, with wins over Tulane, Holly Springs and a forfeit by Mississippi State, comprised the golf season for 1935. Due to the difficulty in securing matches, an open tourna- ment for the Student Body was held at the close of the season with Layden defeating Welty for the championship in a very close match. Page 92 Qld CQACHING STAFF Since the reorganization of the Coaching Staff in 1930, ath- letics at Ole Miss have been steadily improving. Although faced with a depleted treasury and small squads, Coach Walker and his assistants were undaunted, and their untiring efforts have been rewarded. The coaches have won the admiration of the student bodv and public at large bv their friendliness and co- operation. At the present, the Coaching Staff for varsity athletics is com- . posed of the following men: Ed Walker: To the indomitable will and perseverance of Ed X Walker, Athletic Director and head football and basketball Q W coach, under whose leadership and guidance Ole Miss has risen 2 i, fag!! rl l:O'.?:,' P" f from the ranks of the so-called "sweethearts" of the Southeastern f. I " A ' V ,u Conference to.a place in the recent annals of Southern football, r goes the gratitude and appreciation of the University of Mis- - l i ' sissippi. HEAD COACH ED WALKER Charles Smalling: Charles Smalling, or "Chuck," as he is more popularly known, has been a valued assistant to head men- tor Walker since the days of the new regime. Smalling, who came to the University bearing All-American laurels won under "Pop:'Warner at Stanford, has as backfield tutor, done his work well and contributed much to the success of University aggregations. Webb Burke: A graduate and former star athlete for Ole Miss, Burke has continued his successful exploits in the realm of athletics by utilizing his vast knowledge of football toward the interests of Ole Miss football. Serv- ing as line coach in football and assistant coach in basketball and baseball, he has done his work faithfully and well. G. M. Bohler: Coming to Ole Miss in the capacity of Trainer, Bohler, in the short space of one season, has made for himself a niche that would now be impossible to refill or to do without. In deviating from his former line of work, that of football and basketball coach at some of the best Universities in the South, where the rec- ords of his teams speak for themselves, to one where his job is to keep physical fitness at a high ebb, Bohler was in a large measure responsible for the sucess of the '35 Mississippi eleven. SMALLING, WAl.KER, BURKE, BOHLER W-i ,, ru Wftkin Kwtxlq cgi N ELSON ' 'X C ruler fx , 1' RICHARDSON Ronosks Tackle Halfbacle LE MISS, 203 MILLSAPS, 0 Ole lNIiss Flood successfully climbed the first rung of the ladder towards future football suc- cess by inaugurating their ,35 season with a 20 to O win over lklillsapsl scrappy llrlajors in a night engagement in the Capitol City. Held scoreless in the first quarter the lllis- sissippians soon took matters into their own hands to push Rap Hapes over for the initial counter soon after the second period opened. Twice more, with Rab Rodgers coming to the fore as a ball carrier, the Flood rambled down the field to ring up touchdowns. Bill Richardson started his string of extra points by successfully convert- ing the first two of the attempts. Dave Bernard was the spearhead of the at- tack in which the lllississippi outfit rolled up I6 first downs with Ray and Clarence Hapes, Peters, and Rodgers also turnning in long runs from scrimmage. lklillsaps threatened, but lacked the power to mark up a touchdown. OLE MISS, 923 TENNESSEE TEACHERS, 0 Scoring with ease throughout the contest and finding substitutes equally as effective as the reg- ulars, Ole Bliss ran over VVest Tennessee Teach- ers to win Q2 to O in the first campus game of the season. High points in this one-sided win were the 95-yard run for a score on a punt return by Rab Rodgers and a 90-yard jaunt up the field on a kickoff by Ray Hapes. Both of these two speedsters contributed several other lengthy runs, as did also Ned Peters, Phil Kelley, Bill Neely, and Doby Bartling. The game was outstanding in that the high total of points scored, 92, and the amazing number of yards amassed, 541, set two new records for future Red and Blue grid outhts to shoot at. The "Tupelo Gfvostn About To Do Some Fancy Stepping 1 ' - HU'rsoN 1NIcXVii,r.iAMs Quartfrbafk Guard 'X XVILSON Dicxsxs Guard Tafklv OLE MISS, 33: SOUTHWESTERN, 0 Displaying a powerful offense, Ole bliss achieved one of their season's objectives by ad- ministering a sound thrashing to the Southwest- ern Lynx on Turner Field for their third con- secutive one-sided win of the season. The Flood started out slowly, and held to a lone touchdown in the first half by their inconsistent handling of the ball, rode into their own during the Hnal two periods to pound over four more scores for a 33 to O win. The Lynx, valiant on defense, failed to produce much in the way of an offense, and could muster nothing in the way of a scor- ing threat. Their only chance came through a pass interception which gave them a Scoring op- portunity on the Red and Blue. Ole bliss surged to their initial score in the second quarter. Following Bernard's intercep- tion of a pass, Peters went over from the I-yard marker following a 20-yard drive. In the third period of the game, three touchdowns went over through a 95-yard return of a punt by Ray Hapes, a 4.5-yard jaunt by Kincade following a pass interception, and a 68-yard drive down the field that featured the running of Peters and Rodgers. A tremendous 52-yard pass from "Big" Hapes to Kincaide was responsible for the final marker. The Lynx had a good defensive team, but their offense was woefully weak. Their only scoring chance came in the waning moments of the game when Clay Nickell's interception of a pass car- ried him from his own 5-yard line to the Flood's six. However, the llemphians chance ended in naught, when the Ole Bliss line held. A comparison of the statistics tells a story sim- ilar to the score. Ole llliss gained 265 yards to Southwestern's 80. "Big" Hapes Crashes Southwestern? Line For a Touchdown 3-kuflj-nl' 1 t , f IL H.-XPES BREYER Fullbafk Guard BAUMSTEN Qzzarinbacle BERNARD Fullbafk OLE MISS, 33: SEWANEE, 0 Paced by Dave Bernard, plunging fullback, Ole llliss rode roughshod over Sewaneels fighting lXIountain outfit to win 33 to 0 in a night en- counter in Clarksdale. Playing before 5,000 delta fans, Sewanee surprised most Red and Blue backers as they held off the Flood in the first half to one lone score before going under during the final two quarters because of Bernard's spec- tacular running. After lXIississippi's fumbles and a hard- charging Sewanee line had combined to put the bee on Flood scoring attempts, Ray Hapes slipped away for 36 yards and a touchdown to mark up the only points made in the first half. The sec- ond part of the game found Ole Bliss walking over and around the Tiger outfit to run up 27 points and a vast amount of yardage. Dave Bernard, breaking loose from scrimmage on two successive runs of 53 and 40 yards, was respon- sible for two of the touchdowns. Two passes from Runt Hapes to Buster Poole brought the others. The entire game saw Ole lNIiss' potent attack in many threatening goalward attempts, but Se- wanee's game line plus several Ole lNIiss fumbles cut down on the would-be points. Sixteen first downs and a huge total of yardage gained by the effective running of Bernard, Rodgers, and Ray Hapes, plus effective passing and punting of Big Hapes, were the means by which lvlississippi touched off a conquering parade that was to lead her to third place in the final Conference stand- ings. Kinard Leads Through the Hole Off Tackle Jw, A ' 'WR' as, W. A 1 l a MADRE PETERS Guard Halfback Poouz Kiwcxma End End OLE MISS, 273 FLORIDA, 6 Flashing an offense that received practically no opposition at all from a supposedly strong Flor- ida grid aggregation, Ole Miss drove her way through the 'Gators almost at will to score a 27 to 6 victory over the air-minded Everglades out- fit before 7,500 Homecoming fans and Alumni. lNIaking a desperate attempt to curb the onrush- ing Flood with a barrage of passes, Florida found her vaunted tosses failing of their mark and her fast backs "bottled up." lvlississippi, as usual, failed to touch off its scoring parade in the first half, its fumbling habits being too much of an obstacle to overcome. The second half, however, found Ole lvliss' ball carry- ing aces, Rodgers, Ray Hapes, Peters, and Ber- nard, holding full sway as they strutted for runs of varying lengths. Bernard once in the first half, Rodgers twice in the second half, and Poole were the Red and Blue men who chalked up lXIississippi's touchdowns. llluch glory was heaped on several outstand' ing gridders for their fine play. Ned Peters, tak- ing the final Florida kickoff, ran 85 yards to place Ole bliss in a position to score her final marker. Rodgers was especially brilliant with several dashes, one a 65-yard jaunt. Ray Hapes took a punt 70 yards only to have it called back. Kinard, Poole, and Nelson were outstanding in a Hne lvlississippi line that was brilliant all day. Florida, scoring a lone marker through Ole lNIiss' interference with an intended Florida pass receiver, accomplished something that no other Ole hliss opponent had been able to do so far this season when they chalked up their lone touch- down. The game was a potent answer to the oft-spoken query, "Just how good is this Ole lvliss team ?,' Bernard Dives Over 'Gator Line For a Touchdown JACKSON BOGARD End End BiI,Bo SAVAGE Guard Halfbatk OLE MISS, 73 MAROUETTE, 33 Bewildered by a long range passing attack, slowed up to a considerable extent by the long train ride, and playing before a strange crowd in a foreign atmosphere, Ole bliss' Flood met their first defeat of the season at the hands of Mai'- quette's powerful Golden Avalanche 33 to 7. The result of the game, played immediately fol- lowing the termination of a 1,200 mile train ride, to lXIilwaukee, VVisconsin, does not present a true comparative story, for it was not fought out on a fair basis of relative strength. lt was simply a story of one strong team at its best playing another strong team at its worst. In Buvid, ace lVIarquette back, the Avalanche pos- sessed a back who was the main spring in their attack. His initial pass, one of 40 yards in length, resulted in a touchdown. A few min- utes later, he swept off tackle for 76 yards and a second score. Subsequent touchdowns came as a result of passes and a pass interception. Ole lNiIiss, taking the entire first half to get the kinks out of their train weary legs, came back in the final two periods to outplay the de- fending eleven and to make several threats toward lVIarquette's goal line. The Flood's only touchdown came in the final period on a pass from Bernard to Foose. Statistics reveal that Ole Miss gained more yardage from scrimmage than Marquette, al- though passes swung the balance over to Mar- quette's side. First downs favored them I5 to II. Poole and Kinard for the Red and Blue were the only ones to turn in a performance that equalled those of previous games. Marquette Fails to Stop Peters On This Play 2 i 9 ' S ' K. 2- ,e , i A - XVELFORD Asrox Halfbark Crnfvr Sr. joiix Cikissosi Tarkli' Ilalflmfl' OLE MISS, 2Ig ST. LOUIS UNIVERSITY, 7 lllississippis Flood, in high gear once more, struck with the opening gun to ride to a de- cisive 2I to 7 victory over St. Louis University in the second successive intersectional clash. Playing before 14,000 St. Louis fans in a chilly night wind, the Red and Blue outfit was never piessed as they overcame the heavier lllissouri eleven. Ole bliss, clicking together like a well-oiled machine, scored a touchdown in the first few minutes of play and came back with two more in the third quarter to gain a 21 to 0 margin be- fore the Billikins put over their score in the final period. On a sustained drive with Peters, Bernard, and Rodgers running for consistent gains, Ole Miss chalked up their Hrst touchdown. Rich- ardson converted to run his string of extra point attempts up to 14. Taking advantage of their own speed, power, and passes, Ole Bliss kept the ball almost con- tinually in Billikin territory during the eventful third period. The play all in their favor, Blis- sissippi, after two attacks had bogged down, scored twice, once on a 39-yard drive, which ended with Rodgers going over, and again on a 11-yard thrust with Ray l-lapes culminating it with a brilliant dash of 7 yards off tackle. Rodgers' 45-yard dash, which came during the first few minutes of the game, featured the play of Ole Bliss, although Ray Hapes and Peters contributed several lengthy jaunts. Bernard and l-lapes, alternating fullbacks, played their usual good game. The entire line performed up to par, with Kinard and Nelson outstanding. An added attraction to the game was the spirit and enthusiasm evidenced by the three hun- dred students who accompanied the team on a special train. Klississippi, with its football team and student body, certainly let the Billikins sing- ing the well-known "St, Louis Blues." Breyer Misses-But the Ole Miss Stone Wall Functions I 13-' sf- A- I Si-uw CARLSON Tafi-If Erh X Mn.i,s NEELY Guard Halfback OLE MISS, I3g TENNESSEE, I4 A vastly outplayed Tennessee team, capital- izing on the pass grabbing arms of Gene Rose and working well behind doubtful decisions made by the officials, smashed Ole lNliss' Southestern Conference title hopes in a thrilling encounter in llemphis by a 14 to I3 score. The largest football crowd in llemphisy his- tory saw Tennessee's passes hold out over Ole Bliss' running game, saw Tennessee's luck edge out Ole Bliss' superior performance. Gaining almost at will through the Yolunteer's line, rolling up 295 yards in comparison with 171, Ib first downs to 9, holding the Tennesseans to 53 yards gained on the ground, and in general over- shadowing every performance that Tennessee turned in, llississippi failed because she could never fathom the passing combination of Derry- berry to the towering Rose. These two were responsible for the Tennessee touchdown in the first period and the one that climaxed the game and won for the Vols in the last 45 seconds of the game. The Flood's surging backfield four- some of the Hapes brothers, Rodgers and Bernard gained ground all over the lot, crashed through with two touchdowns in the final period in as game a comeback as one would wish to see. After an 82-yard march Rodgers went across for the first, and a 50-yard drive sent Ray Hapes across for the second a moment later. Time and time again, Ole Bliss started marches toward the Tennessee goal line, only to bog down with a score in sight. The inability of pass receivers to hold on to the accurate tosses of Big Hapes and Bernard was the prime rea- son for lVlississippi's inability to run up a much larger total of points. A 50-yard kick by Toby Palmer of Tennessee. that made the final Vol score possible, the pass from Derryberry to Rose, that actually did the work, the efforts of Rlaxwell, an end, who broke Richardson's string of extra points and the extra point kicking of Pete Craig, were the four bits of work by the big Vol eleven which led to Ole Bliss' downfall. The entire lllississippi eleven played bang-up ball and certainly deserved to win. I- , ' i u l Y Vols Are Way Behind On This Play B vi Q le 2 GR.XH.AM Mmuox End Tarklf if YJ' 1 Amit .iv SL'l.i,iv.ix'i aril Junior .llaluzgrr OLE MISS, 265 CENTRE, 0 Centre's gallant little band of Colone1's found passes and punts as unavailing as their famous prayers, going down to a muddy defeat before a victory seeking band of hlississippians, 26 to 0. Paced by bulky "Rum" Hapes, who was in on every play, Ole Bliss rode roughshod over the Colonels, piling up I7 first downs against 4. for Centre. Reverting back to their former type of play, Ole lVIiss threatened often and hard in the first half, but succeeded in reaching pay dirt only once during these first two quarters. Consistent driv- ing, broken by an occasional pass, had their way in the final portion, however, as VValker's aggre- gation cashed in on three occasions to run up their score. hlississippi scored at the outset of the second period on a pass from "Rum" Hapes to Ray Hapes after two successive lirst downs had placed the ball in a scoring position. Another touch- down was added immediately after the opening of the third quarter when Ray Hapes scored around his own right end, following a 4.0-yard drive towards the Co1onel's goal line. Two un- stoppable drives for consistent gains, with Hapes and Peters coupling ground yardage with passes. were responsible for the final markers rung up by the invading llississippi eleven. Centre was unable to get anywhere with Ole lliss' line and resorted to passes time after time, attempting 16 and completing 5, as against 5 completed out of II attempts by llississippi. "Rum" Hapes personally gained more yards from scrimmage than the entire Centre team, ploughing for consistent yardage through the center of the Colonel's line until replaced by Bernard, who was responsible for the final score. Hapes Steps Of Yardage For a First Down 'T in I 3 -Sn- 4"x'5'i'hr 4.-Q - "ui ". fx. l -4 Evaxs HART CCIIIFI' Cffllfl' KELLEY VVANDER Halfbaek Equipmrzzl Nlarmger OLE MISS, 6: CENTENARY, 0 lilaying Centenary in jackson as a prelude to the annual grudge battle with Klississippi State, Ole Bliss, keeping most of her potential strength under cover, eked out a listless win over the Gentlemen from Shreveport by a 6 to o score. ln toppling this strong outfit, this year's Flood aggregation accomplished something that no other Red and Blue eleven has been able to do. And ironically, it was a manner reminiscent of their conquests over past Ole lliss teams that gave llississippi its lone score and the victory. In other words, a break decided the gall game. Not that Ole lliss didn't deserve to win. She did, for Centenary was outplayed, and could gen- erate no sort of a scoring threat. And on the other hand, Klississippi actually scored a second touchdown, only to have it called back when an official blew his whistle a bit too soon. Statistics favored the llississippians by a margi of 169 Good Blocking ana' a yards gained from scrimmage and II first downs in comparison with the IIQ yards and 4 first downs made by Centenary. Following a booming punt by Big Hapes, which placed Centenary back on her 10-yard line, Buster Poole intercepted a juggled pass on the 17-yard mark and raced those few yards for Ole Bliss' margin of victory. And on several other occasions Ole Bliss had the invaders backed up on their goal line through the consistent punt- ing of this same Hapes lad. Only through the efforts of an unusually strong line was Centenary able to keep the constantly attacking llississippi eleven from rolling up a larger margin of victory. Breyer, YVilson and Kinard were outstanding in a strong line that played an excellent ball game, while the I-lapes brothers, Rab Rodgers and Peters carried off honors in the backfield. n Open Field Ahead ' 1 'ful A 'm I .lr T5 1 ,,,, R. HAPES Foosis Halfbnrk End ,QQ CC ,,-nu KINARD KIQMP Tacklf Senior .Vazzngrr OLE MISS, I4g MISSISSIPPI STATE, 6 VVith the virtual success or failure of their football season hanging in the balance, an un- conquerable spirit fused into an indomitable foot- ball machine proved the unbeatable combination as Ole lliss mowed down the ever-threatening llississippi State llaroons 14. to 6, before Ij,OOO frenzied spectators. The thrill-filled audience saw a superior Ole lliss team march 57 yards for a touchdown early in the first quarter, keep the lead after State had scored in the final period, then cinch the honors on a magnificent 90-yard touchdown run by Ray Hapes. The game was an intense battle, the like of which Turner Field hasn't seen in several dec- ades. It was loaded with dynamite, with bruis- ing tackles, thrilling passes and consistent run- ning. Big Hapes took the ball across for the first touchdown, but it was Ray Hapes and Rab Rodgers who made it possible with a scintillating surge that carried State steadily back. Off-tackle sweeps predominated as these two speed mer- chants produced runs of I5 and 20 yards to place the ball in scoring distance. Then came Big Hapes' chance and he proved his worth by pro- ducing the initial score. State had her big mo- ments. mainly through the passing of 'Peewee Armstrong and the ball carrying of Ike Pickle. It was through the efforts of these two that the Sharpshooters scored, and came near scoring on an earlier chance. A pass, Armstrong to VValters, set the stage for their score, and Pickle's running climaxed it. Then followed Day's failure at the extra point attempt, which left Ole lliss with a one point margin, not very secure at this stage of the game. Little Hapes 90-yard return of the kickoff cinched the game for the Flood, and this run was by far the outstanding achievement of the day. Bill Richardson converted to make his av- erage for the day perfect, and to give him a total of 24 points on conversions alone for the season. Bruiser Kinard was hailed as the outstanding linesman on the field. His performance, how- ever, was not far ahead of that of Alex Breyer, Dave VVilson, Buster Poole, Nelson, and Curly Dickens. Bernard kicked and blocked, Big Hapes plunged, Rodgers and Little Hapes ran. the line charged, and as a result, Ole Kliss out- played and outscored the highly touted llaroons. "Little" Hapes 90-Yard Run Against State AA, ulilf-3 , A 5 D 5 v I ' S 1... ' Lg.. Q4 2 . " I. ,..,,gn.m9 Ole Miss fumbles after a hard tackle by Catholic U. OLE MISS, I9g CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY, 20 As a crowning achievement to their most suc- cessful season in years, Ole Miss, Southern repre- sentative in Miamils Orange Bowl classic, out- played and outgained a heavier Catholic Llniver- sity team, only to lose 20 to 19, after staging an uphill fight that brought them to where victory was only a matter of a minute more to play. Fighting valiantly to overcome an early Catholic U. lead, Mississippi rallied magnificently in the last period to score twice and all but pull the game from the fire. An early Catholic U. lead and an unusual touchdown in the third period proved too great an obstacle to overcome. Ole Miss was a Init sluggish in the initial period and yielded a touchdown to the Cardinals on a 51-yard march that shoved Bill Adamaitis over the line for the score. Then in the second period, Adamaitis flung a 30-yard pass to Spec Foley who ran 18 yards to tally. Mulligan made good one out of the two placements to give Catholic U. a 13 to 0 lead with but 3 minutes left to play in the Hrst half. Here Ned Peters covered himself with glory, running 67 yards for Ole Miss' first touchdown. However, Richardson was hurried on the place- ment and failed to convert. ,Ni AJ:-Q 1' my . ,f 1' .EE- Aff' MIAMI ORANGE AME LGRIDA Ray Hapes makes a substantial gain by oulrunning two opponents OLE MISS, l9g CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY, 20 As the second half opened, Ole Miss had Cath- olic U. on the defensive. On an attempted quick kick, the Ole Miss line weakened and Rydzewski, for Catholic U., scooped up the blocked ball and raced 20 yards for the Cardinals final score. Makofske kicked accurately, and with it went Ole Miss' chances for a tie. However, the Red and Blue didn't quit. Baum- stein flung several beautiful passes, and with Rodgers and Bernard Iugging the oval, a 55-yard march resulted in a touchdown. But Ole Miss again failed to convert and the score stood 20 to 12. Eight points behind, the Flood started an- other whirlwind drive. Ray Hapes returned a kick 30 yards to give Ole Miss an encouraging start. Then Baumstein began passing, and his final toss landed in the arms of Buster Poole for another touchdown. This time Richardson's kick was good, and the game ended shortly afterwards with the score 20 to 19. Conclusive proof of Ole Miss' superiority lies in the 300 yards and 15 first downs marked up as compared with the 153 yards and 5 first downs made by the Washington outfit. Catholic U. failed to make a first down in the second period. Good as Ole Miss was, the shining light was Lit- tle Ray Hapes. Averaging over Z0 yards on punt returns, he put on a splendid exhibition of broken field running. Bernard, Kinard and Baumstein also turned in brilliant performances. W . Left: The Ole Miss line clears the way for Little Ray. Right: A Catholic U. back being pulled down by Mississippi. 1 it 1 Y V 1 4 ' 'XIII COACH TAD SMITH FRESHMAN SQUAD Standing: Roberson, Coach, Gardner, Manager, Crawford, Hall, Williams, Graves, Graham, Sanders, Mann Parker, Bradley, Smith, Coac'1 Kneeling: Ballo, Milstead, Stark, Dun nigan, Calhoun, Melton, Breyer Moore. Sitting: Walker, Crawford Sadka, Gleason, Massengale, Rogovin Bennett, Rhed. 9 was mea FCDCDTBALL Freshman football, under the direction of Coach Claude "Tad" Smith and Assistant Coach Roberson, took another step forward this year in developing future varsity material. With the ability shown by some of the Freshman players, it is conceded that the 1936 varsity will have excellent talent for line and backfield posi- tions. While not entirely successful from a victory standpoint, the sea- son did have its highlights with Goodman Junior College, this year's state champions, going under before the Baby Floodis charge by a 19 to 13 score. Mississippi Stateis strong outfit took a 26 to 6 victory, thus giving the Red and Blue yearlings a .500 average for the year. Working mainly on defense against the varsity and not having sufficient time to perfect any sort of an offense, the work turned out by Coach Smith's charges are indicative of their all-round ability. Accurate passing, an item that hasnlt been present to any great degree among varsity performers, can be found in the tossing of Parker Hall. Billy Mann is an excellent kicker, and Kimball Bradley and Jack Rhed are two more backs who will likely see much service. Linesmen who stood out in competition this year include Bill Williams, tackleg "Red" Parker, end, Paul Graves, end, Meck Melton, guard, and Joe Breyer, guard. lk.. 1 Page l06 -gf LK n THE CCDURT Inaugurating the 1936 season with a startling victory over the Memphis Coca-Cola Triangles and closing it with an unexpected double-reverse at the hands of Mississippi State, the Ole Miss basketeers traveled through a season filled with spectacular play. outstanding victories and brilliant individual efforts. It was an unorthodox squad that represented the Red and Blue. A lack of returning veterans complicated the situation. Individuals shone far more than team work with four sophomores and one letterman in the starting lineup. The fact that the new men were moulded into a quintet which came so near to finishing at the top of the Southeastem Conference is in itself a tribute to the coaching of George Bohler and Ed Vfalker. Buster Poole, Herb Baumstein and Rab Rodgers were the only old men who had seen any varsity experience. Poole and Rodgers worked in as first stringers. but Baumstein dropped out early in the season in order to prepare for baseball. The squad was built around the following sophomores: Bonnie Lee "Country" Graham, George "Kid" Clay, Cully Carlson, Sam Foose, Robert Kincade and F. M. "Bruiser', Kinard: and Mitch Grissom and Taylor Leonard, junior college transfers. Graham took top honors in the scoring parade. His conference total of 192 points eamed a second place in the final standings, and his 307 points for all games was the highest of the season. Both totals averaged more points per game than did the final marks of the Southeastern leader. Poole, a guard, followed Graham in point making with 210 points for all games played. Focse and Clay also rated high in scoring circles. In an endeavor to improve the performance of the Red and Blue quintet and in preparing each player for all-round ability, the coaches continually swapped the men about. Clay worked at forward and later at center. Foose alternated with Clay, starting off the season at center and ending up at a for- ward position. Grissom was a third performer at these two posts, with Kincade working at guard and forward. Kinard used his bulk and speed to advantage as a guard. Leonard and Carlson held down forward positions, while Rodgers alternated at guard and forward. Y Y .,.,,, .-.-"' QQ f 10 D, V' Z 3 I xf do - LI- e ' K-, .. l T. i 4 A l W-S tv U T ' --' 's 5' Ji air was 5 E u.'1 Page l07 1... 1' GEORGE Boi-iLER Cfulill THE I936 VARSITY SQUAD Sitting: Bogard, Leonard, Kin- cade, Edwards, Rodgers, Kinard. Standing: Fair, Carlson, Gra- ham, Grissom, Clay, Poole. 19. 5 I ff VMI: 'LUN ....,.,! i PJ ,.. Nl ain15S iattmss T ciitriiii . lo is 3 it T t GRAHAM, Roocens, KINARD, CARLSON, K1NcAnE, CLAY, GRISSOM A glance at the 1936 season shows conference victories over Alabama, Mississippi State, Tulane and Louisiana State. Losses came at the hands of these same teams, with the exception of Tulane, who failed to register a win in the two-game series played in New Orleans. Series, con- sisting of two games, were split with the Coca-Cola Triangles, the Baldwyn Athletics and Union University. A victory over State Teachers and a final 'loss to the Triangles completed the schedule. 'George Clay led the team in its first advance on the Triangles. Playing on the home court, Mississippi made a slow start, trailing by eight points midway through a dull first period, crept up to a 22 to 21 score at the half- way mark, took a lead of nine points early in the final part of the game, and held off a valiant Triangle rush to win, 41 to 40. Clay with I3 points, Rodgers with 8 and Foose with 7 led the scoring for the night. A return engagement reversed the initial battle, Mem- phis winning by a score of 45 to 43. Tie scores running 6-6, 8-8, xo-10, 14-14, and 20-20 attested to the closeness of the game which was won in the final half-minute on a long shot. Clay was again the outstanding performer. A second split in a two-game series occurred when Ole Miss met the Union quintet. The invading five won the first game 43 to 38, but lost the second contest 46 to 35. Graham with 35 points for the series and Foose with 24 points led the attack on the Bulldogs. The Baldwyn Athletics supplied the opposition for the next home game. Ole Miss won by a score of 54 to 43. Graham, whose eagle eye garnered I0 field goals, and Foose with a total of I5 points, were the offensive guns of the Red and Blue. The Ole Miss five led throughout the game, although several Baldwyn spurts almost tied the score. A return engagement, played in Baldwyn, found Ole Miss losing 37 to 36. A last-minute effort by Steel, Baldwyn forward, was successful, and the score indicated a one-point advantage for the home team. Mississippi led most of the game, but the last spurt was a little too much. On returning to the campus, Ole Miss encountered Ala- bama as its first conference foe. The initial game resulted in a 42 to 34 victory for the Red and Blue. Coach Hank Crisp of Alabama tried every player and every combina- tion that he had, but a fighting Ole Miss team was not to be denied the victory. Trailing practically the entire game, Ole Miss took a commanding lead in the final minutes when Graham and Foose "got hot" and Filled the Resume of the basket with accurate shooting. Kinard and Poole played an excellent game at the guard positions. The second night 'Bama turned the tables. The Red Elephants began to pile up a generous lead in the first part of the contest, and though the Ole Miss five made a valiant fight in the second half, the game ended 38 to 32 in the visitor's favor. In its first road trip Mississippi played State Teachers in Hattiesburg, L. S. U. in Baton Rouge and Tulane in New Orleans. Experiencing little difficulty, Ole Miss de- feated State Teachers.4o to 28. However, on entering the Louisiana capital, the situation became very different. Tired by a long trip, the Red and Blue were unable to muster much offense and L. S. U. took the first game 54 to 37. The second night found Clay and Graham making I9 and 18 points respectively with the result that Ole Miss won by a score of 51 to 46. This was a close and well played game which Ole Miss justly deserved to win. Fresh from this victory over L. S. U., the Red and Blue swept through a tW0-game series with the Tulane Greenies by scores of 42 to 30 and 42 to 16. "Eagle Eye" Carlson made 18 points in the final Tulane contest. Graham was the leader in scoring on this road trip although he did not make any high scoring marks. The consistent and all- round play of the team was indeed gratifying to the coaches and the last two games against Tulane found Ole Miss at its height during the season. By this time, the players had learned to play the different positions, and it was no trouble for Coach Bohler to substitute freely. As a result of this road trip, Ole Miss indicated that it was not to be regarded lightly in the conference race. The annual series with Mississippi State at Starkville was next on the schedule. Probably the two best teams to represent these state institutions in recent years furnished the closest games played on the schedule of either. A wild Page I08 'K - 9 Q. 1- 1 trys 3' : X", V 5 0:9 f -f .. if " W" N - X- 9 Hg I l Y Il LEON.-XRD, BOGARD, EDXYARDS, Pooria, Foose, xx Past Season . . State Student Body saw their team take the first game 37 to 36, but lost their enthusiasm when Ole Miss came through the second night to win an overtime game 4.8 to 42. In the initial contest State took a large lead with consistent long shooting over the zone defense of the visitors. How- ever, the second half found Graham and Poole looping in shots under the basket and the State lead soon melted to almost nothing. In the last minute Grissom scored to make the score 37 to 36, but before Ole Miss could get possession of the ball again the game ended. The second game found State again with a consistent lead, but not by such a large margin as the night before. just about two minutes before the end of the game, Ole Miss tied the score at 36 to 36. In the first overtime period it was Clay who tied the score at .io to .io and a second overtime period was necessary. In this final period it was Clay again who shot consistently to give Ole Miss the victory by a score of 48 to 42. It was indeed an achievement to win a game from State in the gym in which the games were played, and Ole Miss showed a superiority which was unchallenged. Louisiana State, hoping to take advantage in the series, was the next campus competition. Although coached by the great "Sparky" Vilade, the L. S. Y. Tigers found themselves chained, and a high scoring Flood rolled over them by scores of 59 to 47 and 69 to 51. The Louisiana outfit was a fiashy aggregation and boasted of having two of the conference scoring champs, Bryan and Leathers. However, the Red and Blue five was too "hot" to lose to any team on this occasion. It was the most one-sided series played to date, with Ole Miss holding a 30-point lead at times and only relinquishing it when the substitutes filed in. Graham, scoring 30 points the first night and I3 the second, led the oEense. His 16 out of I9 free throws FAIR, .lfllllllfjff astounded the crowd and added to his mounting total. Foose, Poole and Clay worked well as scorers, with Kinard and Kincade staving off the Louisiana rushes. A stand- ing of the Southeastern teams at the point, found Ole Miss well up among the leaders and a potential "dark horse" winner. The Hu epidemic and games with the Memphis Tri- angles and Mississippi State hit the Ole Miss team simul- taneously. Ole Miss consented to play the Triangles a deciding game, with the winner meeting the Celtics, but that was before the flu hit the campus. Minus Graham, Clay and Kincade Ole bliss lost a one-sided game to the Memphis aggregation by a score of 60 to 38. Mississippi never threatened and though the team fought hard, they were no match for the Triangles, who were accustomed to the Auditorium gym. The first string lineup faced Mississippi State in the final games of the season only two days after the Triangle affair. Clay, Graham and Kincade, having just recov- ered from an attack of the fiu, played their best but their efforts lacked the pep and action necessary to hold down the strong Mississippi State five. State won both contests by scores of 5x to +3 and .to to 30. The Maroons led most of the time in both games, and late Ole Miss rallies fell short. The games were marred by the absence of the Ole Miss Student Body, which had been dismissed, due to the flu epidemic. It is regrettable that these two fine teams could not have played on a more equal basis, be- cause no one would doubt that two games between these teams, when at their best, could not be surpassed in basketball circles. Final conference standings found Ole Miss in seventh place with seven victories and five defeats. This place in Southeastern ranking, together with the loss of the last two games and a team weakened by the ravages of the flu, prompted Coach XValker to withdraw Ole Miss from the conference tournament play which was held in Knox- ville, Tennessee. Had the State game ended with a dif- ferent result, Ole Miss would have been tied for top honors among the Southeastern teams. VVith Rab Rodgers being the only senior, great things are expected in the coming 1937 campaign from the squad which showed up so well during this season. Bolstered by talented freshman men, Ole Miss can truly look forward with victorious eyes, and maybe a Conference Champion- ship. Page IO9 THE 7 The same old story in the ring-the story of limited man power. Ole lliss could muster enough good hands for one fine team, and apparently this was sufficient, but might makes right among boxing teams. and when veterans whom Coach Jesse Alderman had been training for months began to fall by the wayside, long lookedffor victories were turned into defeats. lVhile the 1936 season was not unsuccessful from many standpoints. it was disappointing to those who had looked for different results. Pre-season training accomplished astounding results. Cliff JESSE AI-DERMAN Schultz. bantamweight, developed into a neat fighter, but after his CMU' first bout with L. S. lf. he was forced to withdraw from further competition due to an injured back. "Kayo" Smith, featherweight, changed from a slugger to a boxer with a deadly punch, and Sonny Ballard became more polished in his ring tactics. Johnny Cook. -loe XVest and Hazel Lackey rounded into shape and the junior welterweight, senior welterweight, and middleweight divisions seemed to be well taken care of. Ver- non Shaw was expected to trounce any heavyweight in the Southeastern Conference. There was an indication that three light-heavyweights would be out daily. VVith such conditions existing why shouldn't one expect a most successful season. However, that was not to be. Schultz was forced to quit. Yvest was declared ineligible, Shaw withdrew from school, and none of the light-heavyweights developed. Clarence Hapes, outstanding heavyweight last year, was unable to come out until late in the season due to an injured knee, received during the football season. His lay-off slowed up his conditioning, and the end of the season found him far short of his form of last year. Dave Bernard came out for the light-heavyweight, but he, too, could not round into shape by the proper time. L. S. Li. furnished the competition for the first match staged on the campus. The defending Southeastern Conference champions were outfought from the start and came out on the short end of the match. Ole lliss forfeited the light-heavy and middleweight bouts. L. S. lf. earned a draw in the bantam scrap and a decision in the senior welter division. Sonny Ballard, lightweight, "Kayo" Smith, featherweight, Hazel Lackey, junior welterweight, and Vernon Shaw, heavyweight, came through with decisions to give Ole lliss the victory. Smith's win was decisive over Captain Turner of the L. S. Lv. team. A return match with Louisiana in Baton Rouge ended in defeat, the Red and Blue going under by a seven and one-half to one-half score. Lackey made the sole half-point for Ole lliss. Ha- thorn. representing the injured Ballard. Smith and YVest lost in close decisions. Since Shaw had failed to re-enter school the second semester, the heavyweight bout was forfeited. - A bout with Alabama was next on the card, and Ole lliss lost a close match by the score of 4.56 to 3M. Ballard, striving for the bantam division, failed by a pound to make the weight, and this bout was forfeited. Smith won by a knockout and Hathorn and Lackey lost by close decisions. johnny Cook hammered out a win and joe VVest took a draw. Dave Bernard lost a heartbreaking decision and Bama forfeited to Hapes. Two matches with llississippi State, slated previously forthe respective campuses, were combined, and the lone scrap was held in jackson. The llaroons won the match, five to three, taking two of the four bouts actually fought and three by forfeit. Flu had struck down Bernard and VVest, leav- ing Ole Bliss with only five entries. Ballard and Lackey opened the encounter with one-sided vic- tories, Lackey winning by a technical knockout. Cook and Hapes were not so successful, Cook losing a slugging match, the best of the evening, and Hapes finding a three months' layoff too much to overcome. Smith won by a forfeit. Conference tournament plans had Smith, Ballard, Cook and Lackey lined up as entries, but again fate changed what was a promising outlook. Smith and Ballard sustained broken teeth which kept them from entering at all. Lackey and Cook made the trip, both failing to survive the semi- final round, but losing to the ringmen who eventually emerged with titles in their respective divisions. Page lI0 heavyweightg Brunt, man RING Q Upper L a c k e y, welterweight R h y n e, welterweight Shaw, heavyweight, Ros- etti, featherweightg Walk er, light - heavyweight l'Vest, senior middle weight, Bernard, light- ager. Middle Bogcing Squad. Lower Cook, junior m'ddle weight Smith, feather weight, Flamm, light weightg Ballard, light weight, Wilkinson, wel- terweightg Schultz, ban tamweightg'Hapes, heavy- weight, Nance, manager. P 'K S' 3 . I N 'lr ' 5-81 , J A ,Ag Q Trac: Q and Fiel . f CoAcH SMALLING Ole Miss' 1935 track squad, finding itself sadly lacking in weight and field strength through the graduation of sev- eral of its most dependable veterans, and possessing real talent in only a few events, nevertheless, finished the sea- son with a commendable record that listed two outstanding victories, a second place in the Southeastern A. A. U. meet, held in Memphis, and a loss to the University of Alabama. The season as a whole, though not reaching the par set by the great aggregation of the year before, was full of interesting highlights. Two opponents, Millsaps and Mis- sissippi State were handed setbacks, with Alabama's Crim- son Tide emerging as the only Flood conqueror. The Southeastern meet, with 'Bama again taking "top" honors away from Mississippi, came as a climax to the regular season, and witnessed several outstanding performances on the part of many Red and Blue clad athletes. Inaugurating their schedule with Millsaps, Ole Miss, pos- sessing the better balanced team, rode to a victory over the visiting Purple outfit in a series of close and interesting events. Climaxing the affair by walking off with the relay, the Red and Blue easily took the meet after Danzig and Crosby had registered in the two mile, and Bell and Curtis had won the quarter and the half mile events, respectively, Herman Berryhill had won both hurdle events and Hapes and Shoemaker had come out in front in discus and broad jump events in order. Louis Sutherland scored four first places, won second in two events, and ran anchor lap in the relay to turn in the most outstanding individual per- formance of the day. Facing the Crimson Tide of Alabama as the second foe on their list schedule, Ole Miss encountered a bit too much in the way of seasoned trackmen, losing to the Tidemen 66 110 43. Taking an early lead, 'Bama was never threatened as she swept through several events to keep her margin on the up- ward trend. Allen Shoemaker, by leaping 22 feet, 8 inches, bettered the previous Red and Blue record in the broad jump to win in this event, and take honors for the day. Chester Curtis in the 880, Clarence Hapes in the javelin throw, and Crosby and Danzig in the 2-mile, and Berryhill in the low hurdles, were the Mississippians who took first place in their respective events. Alabama swept two contests and copped first in seven others to garner most of her points in the day's events. In the last scheduled meet of the season, Ole Miss gave the State Maroons an appropriate welcome back to active track competition by winning from them in a close en- gagement. Leading the invaders by one point when the broad jump was called, Ole Miss climaxed the meet by taking this con- test and the relay which followed to boost their margin over State to 11 points. Ole Miss scored heavily in the hurdle events, with Berry- hill and Buchanan winning these two, in the broad jump with Berryhill and Shoemaker copping both places, and with Westerheld winning in the century dash. Finley and I-Iapes, who placed first in the pole vault and discus re- spectively, were others who added to the Flood's margin of victory. One of the outstanding performances of the day came when Davis for State won over Curtis in the 880. Davis turned the first quarter in 52 seconds to run down his Red and Blue opponent. Berryhill was high point man of the meet with 15 points to his credit. As a climax to the regular season, Ole Miss entered and won second place in the Southeastern A. A. U. meet in Memphis. Listing outstanding performances from such recognized track centers as Indiana, Northwestern Univer- sity, University of Chicago, and the University of Illinois, Ole Miss distinguished herself by outshining several of these larger institutions. Berryhill was the brightest light among Ole Miss' track- sters. The lanky star, winning the first place in the 200- meter low hurdles, smashed the former mark by 4f10 of a second to win in the excellent time of 23.6. This came within a fraction of beating the world's mark in this event. Curtis' second place in the 800-meter run, and Crosby's second place in the 5,000-meter distance added considerably to the Flood's total along with a fourth place in the 100- meter dash by Shoemaker, a third in the relay, with Curtis, Berryhill, Danzig, and Buchanan comprising the team, and a third and fourth in the high hurdles by Berryhill and Buchanan. Although the season could not be called a howling suc- cess, much credit can be bestowed on the men who made the victories possible and who showed up well even in de- feat. Shoemaker's record jump in the Alabama meet W3S the only new mark set, although Berryhill's time in the 200- meter low hurdles in the Southeastern meet was considerably better than any previous record listed for this event. Page Il2 i rv. tt , . .-ff" A A , . ' ' . . - ru.: , ' . ..f'f"l,- "X . h I- , ., .-.A-,V A T x . , H , .. L " ' ,:' 'jig 43 A 2 .,,1,.,, . , -'Q A "L, .A - ' ' E :T f' ' f- ',. fi -' f-'ff Y O VARSITY TRACK TEAM ROBERSON, weights, DANZIG, two- milerg HOOKER, sprinter, BELL, quar- ter-milerg BUCHANAN, hurdlerg MA- DRE, weights, WESTERFIELD, sprinter, HAPES, weigktsg CURTIS, half-milerg CROSBY, two-milerg SHOEMAKER, sprin- ter, BERRYHILL, lvurdlerg NANCE, manager. 1 I .sf ' i ' : e lfx, . 4 i gg p - 3? ,rf . f' X1 ,F K.: l 5 I -':i?'.iL ia ' y Q - l f l - Qi ' ff-, CoAcHEs, BURKE AND SMITH Ole Miss' baseball nine, although playing excellent ball, found unusually strong opposition from unex- pected sources and several bad breaks with dame for- tune a bit too much, and failed to live up to early season predictions, winning only 6 out of 18 encoun- ters. Coaches Burke and Smith were faced with the difficult task of moulding a smooth working combina- tion out of players who had never played together be- fore, and although this was never completely accom- plished, the end of the season found the Ole Miss nine a much improved aggregation. Opening the schedule with the Millsaps, the Flood On made a most commendable start towards future suc- cess by taking two straight games from the Purple squad, 8 to 1 and 3 to 2. The initial contest was featured by the slugging of Jay Crisler and Rodgers and the excellent pitching of Hodge. The second game was a very close affair. Ole Miss finally won out in the thirteenth inning on two successive errors by the Major's catcher. Baumstein and Beddenfield tied up in a beautiful hurling duel with two Millsaps pitching aces. A second campus engagement followed when the West Tennessee Teachers arrived for a duo of games with Tad Smith's outfit. The games were one-sided and uneventful, Ole Miss winning 15 to 5 and 17 to 3, behind excellent pitching by Hollingsworth, Mc- Williams and Hodge. Two encounters with the Greenville Dixie League entrant were next on the schedule. Showing an ad- vantage in both of these contests, Mississippi split the two-game series, winning the first by a 14 to 5 margin and losing the second, 6 to 5. Several breaks were used to a good advantage by the Delta nine as they came back to win the final battle. Beddenfield, Baumstein, Crisler and Hapes stood out for the Red and Blue. Alabamals Red Elephants, in the person of Lefty Lee Rogers, took advantage of breaks and good pitch- ing to win four straight contests with the Flood nine. Two of the encounters were shutouts, Rogers hurling N-J Mtfuu un Cnusimz Gas Wn.i.mMs HAPss STEvsNs POOLE K atclnr Shorlslop Oulfvldfr Outffrlder Firsibasfman Catcher Ouiyfeldcr 4- ,,..4:- - :. ,.-,.L 18-me I both of them. The other two were extra inning af- fairs, with Alabama calling on this pitching ace for relief, who finally brought them through. The extra inning games went to 10 and 12 innings before the Tide finally won by scores of 2 to 1 and 3 to 2. The results of the other games were 5 to 0 and 4 to 0. State College, the next opponent, followed in Ala- bama's path, winning two straight contests from the Flood nine by decisive scores. Better than the aver- age hurling by the State pitchers gave them the vic- tories by scores of 12 to Z and 6 to 0. The Red and Blue's failure to click in the crucial moments was the main reason for their losing to the Cowboys. Bedden- field, Baumstein, Hodge, Crisler, Rodgers and Holmes were the outstanding performers in defeat. Leaving the campus for the second time, Missis- sippi found the going a bit too rough in contests with L. S. U., Millsaps and the closing encounters with State, managing to salvage only one win from among these six games. The two Louisiana battles were close and hard-fought all the way. L. S. U. man- aged to elce out wins by 1 to 0 and 5 to 4 scores to run Ole Miss, string of losses to eight straight. Bed- denfield played the role of iron man in this double- header, pitching the entire opening game and follow- ing it with a four-inning effort in the second. In both losses, errors accounted for the winning L. S. U. runs. Millsaps, avenging its past losses to the Flood, K . IU O . . split the final two-game series with the visiting outfit from Oxford. Bullock pitched and hit his way to a shutout over Ole Miss to win the hnal battle after Mississippi had come out on top in the initial en- counter. Good pitching featured Ole Miss' win, be- hind the heavy hitting of Crisler and Poole. Running into hard luck, Mississippi lost her final two games with Mississippi State's sterling nine, 4 to 0 and 3 to 1. Baumstein and Beddenfield were the twirlers for the Red and Blue in these close battles, and Wil- liams, Poole, Rodgers and Hapes hit timely though in vain. From the standpoint of games won and lost, the season was far from a success. Bad plays at crucial moments plus inability to hit in the clinches were the main reasons why Ole Miss ended up on the losing side of so many games. However, five losses by 1 run margins attest the lack of a suflicient amount of luck necessary to carry a baseball club through to a successful season. Beddenfield, Baumstein and Hodge were excellent pitchers, while Hapes on first base, Holmes on second, Crisler at shortstop and Bacon and Battling on third, comprising the infield and Poole, Williams and Gee, who made up the out- field, turned in bits of play that were worthy of the highest commendation. Rad Rodgers, handling the catching job, gave a real demonstration of offensive and defensive ball playing. Y. HOLMES MCWILLIAMS Honor Roncsks BARTLING BAQMSTEXN Second baseman Pilchrr Pitcher Catchrr Third baseman Pitcher 103. KEATING Manager Q1 AQ, Tennis The 1935 tennis team, continuing their excellent play of the year before, turned in a season of outstanding performances that rated them as the best n r any Q i CAPTAIN RANDOLPH KLYCE aggregation of net artists that Ole Miss has ever possessed. Led by Captain Klyce, with john Nohlin ranlging as the number one man, and with Berger, Klyce, Prospere and Payne being latetl in the order named, the racqueteers turned in four wins as against three defeats. In the first match cf the season, the Flood representatives outplayed Millsaps' Majors to'win from the Purple by a score of four matches to three. ,lohn Nohlin, turning in a beautiful display of tennis, won from Sandusky in straight sets. Berger followed with a win over MacDonnell to give Ole Miss a 2 to o lead. Following, Klyce lost to Cross, Prospere won from Car- michael, and Payne lost to Lauderdale to reduce the Red and Blue's margin to one match. The number one douhles team, Berger and Noblin, lost their match to Sandusky and Macl7onnell, hut lilyce and Prospere came out on top in three hard-fought sets to give Ole Miss the victory. Tulane, appearing next on the schedule, gave the Mississippi artists a severe trouncing, 6 to o. Only one set was Captured by the invading Flood, the VVave netmen proving their superiority in every department of play. VVith inclement weather forcing the contest- ants inside, Ole Miss entertained Millsaps in the local gym. In the second encounter of the sea- .1 ... 'lllll .....n- ---.. -iv -q -.--- 1 ...L-st,,s ,M .vm ......A- ."" son, Ole Miss swamped the Nlajors by a one- sided score of 6 to 0. The Mississippi netters, taking on Missis- sippi State for their fourth opponent of the sea- son, found the going easy, and won from the Maroons 6 to o. Nohlin won from VVyatt in straight sets, 6-2 and 8-6, to inaugurate the vic- tory parade. Berger, off to a bad start, rallied to win from McCormick of State in straight sets, 6-4, 6-4. Klyce encountered little difficulty in taking his match with Drane by 6-3, 6-2 mar- gins, and Prospere found equally as little oppo- sition in taking Harned into tow, 6-1, 6-o. Alabama was slated for the next victim, but ,gy lg' . 1 '11 v- ' ' 111 refused to be taken into camp, calling on jupiter :rf Pluvius for aid. Noblin and Marcus, of Ala- Tx bama, were tied up, with one set apiece, when ' the rain ended matters. Klyce and Glant, of Alahatna, were also tied when the downpiiur M'-V V A, , '.,. started. .L-'va -AL, ' ..ft"'--'L ' -7" A' Playing one of the outstanding teams of the WA. South in Southwestern of Memphis, Ole Miss 49 LI 1 1 L met her second conqueror of the season, going down to defeat by a score of 7 matches to 2. Nohlin and Berger in th: douhles and Berger in the singles were the only winners for the Red and Blue. lnvading Memphis for a second try at the l.ynx, the Flood failed to hit the stride set in previous matches, losing to the defending outfit, 6 too. Several hits of excellent play were turned in hy Nohlin and Berger, but their play alone was insufhcient to give Ole Miss a victory. Closing their season with the Memphis Teach- ers, Ole Miss came through with excellent court play to win from the Tutors with the loss of 4 1- " 'l only two matches. -st l VARSITY TENNIS SQUAD Left to right: Payne, Berger, Noblin, Kfyce, 'M'--v W U l Prospere Page II6 n Go The Red and Blue golf teznn emerged from their 1935 schedule with a perfect record. This performance was the most outstanding record that a l'niversity golf team has ever experienced, although previous teams have turntd in numerous victories. The team, composed of Layden, VVclty, Jim Buchanan, George Buchanan, VVilliams, Campbell and Robinson, listed victories over Tulane, Holly Springs Golf Club and Mississippi State, by default. Opening the season with Tulane's Greenies, Ole Nliss defeated their opponents in two close matches, thus inaugurating the season with a bang. VVelty for Ole Miss was outstanding, winning from Monstedt of Tulane, 7 and 6 in 18 holes. YVelty listed three birdies to his par smashing tour of the course. Layden also came through with a victory, taking Duray into camp by a 1 up margin for the l8 holes. YVelty's 63 was low for the day, with Layden shooting a 70. The final score was 72,2 to IIS, Ole Miss having completely routed the Tulane aggregation. Invacling Holly Springs for its next encounter, Ole Miss matched strokes with the Springs outfit to come out ahead by a 7 to 5 margin. All the contests were one- sided, with only a few flashes of brilliant play. Two doubles teams, with Layden and VVest- brook forming one and VVilliams and Campbell forming the other, won with ease from their defending hosts. Five single encounters cli- maxed the play, with only one Ole Miss entrant losing to a Holly Springs performer. Following the default by Mississippi State, an extra bit of competition for the members of the Ole hfiss Golf Club was scheduled when a post-season tournament was arranged to climax the season. Fine bits of golf were shown in this affair and close play prevailed throughout the match, as over 4.0 entrants competed. Tom Lay- den, who won out in the finals over VValter VVelty turned in a new low for the course by shooting a nine under par. Layden advanced to the finals bv winning from Ikey Sheppard, a V bye and a default. VVelty found the going a bit v ' . . s - mi tougher, but managed to win out handily to reach 4 Jai-thu the last stage. VVelty, in the final play-off shot . A1-ri? init R132- a score of 1 under par, but failed to match Lay- ,fd 'f den's outstanding performances, losing S to 6. Listed among the entrants for this tournament were: Portwoocl, VVilliams, Vilestbrook, Massen- gill and Campbell. The golf season is not wholly confined to the regular session of school, and numerous matches are constantly in progress during the summer term. At the present the University is providing an instructor in golftanci numerous students are progressing under his guidance. 1936 VARSITY TEAM Left to right: Westbrook, Campbell, Welty, J. Buchanan, G. Buchanan 1 Page II7 I J CAPTAIN COLIN CAMPBELL wo' 'Q' . '97 J 'iii Y TI-IE NORRIS TROPHY Each year the Norris Candy Company of Atlanta, Georgia, presents to the most outstanding athlete in the University of Mississippi an award known as the Norris Trophy. This award has been made possible through the efforts of the Gathright-Reed Drug Company, agents for the Nor- ris Candy Company at Oxford. Clarence M. Hapes is the recipient of the award for this year. He not only possessed the high- est number of points for letters won, but he also received the vote of the Student Body, which gave him a total of points greater than any other athlete has ever achieved. Although a junior, Hapes has done brilliant work in four different sports. He played the difficult position of fullback on the football team and was instrumental in giving Ole Miss the decisive 14 to 6 victory over Mississippi State. In the boxing ring Hapes is regarded as one of the best heavyweights in the Southeastern Conference. His ability to throw the shot and discus won him a place on the traclc team and great things are expected of him in this department. On the baseball team Hapes plays first base. His fielding and batting has contributed much to- the success of the team. Hapes is not only an asset to our athletic teams, but he is an asset to our campus as a whole. His friendly spirit and willingness to work makes him well deserving of this award, the highest honor that can come to an Ole Miss athlete. Page II8 MOSE WANDER Cub O F F I C E R S MCNEIL UDOBYU BARTLING, .M. L L President BILL RICHARDSON . ..... V V ice-President MCSE WANDER ,. L Secretary-Treasurer M E M B E R S DOBY BARTLING TEX NELSON BILL RICHARDSON RAB RODGERS CHARLES ROUNSAVILLE JOE STEVENS ROBERT NANCE TONY ROSETTI ROBERT CRISLER O. K. GEE ELMO BALLARD RAY HOLDER JESS ALDERMAN E. D. KEMP AUBREY FULTON CHESTER CURTIS CLARENCE SEAY HERB BAUMSTEN DAVE BERNARD ALEX BREYER LUTHER DICKENS CLARENCE HAPES MARVIN HUTSON JOHN MADRE HOWARD MCWILLIAMS NED PETERS JAMES POOLE DAVID WILSON SHED ROBERSON ELLIOTT DANZIG JIM BUCHANAN CLARK HOLMES JOSEPH WEST KAYO SMITH HAZEL LACKEY The M Club is composed of athletes who have won a varsity M The purpose of the club is to promote a higher form of athletic spirit on the Ole YVIISQ Campus. Although it is of recent origin, the NNI" Club is b commg a more outstanding organization each year. Page II9 1 . P n 'Q ,, . ha, 9 1 ,af ': Al -..- ' .'f.." A. 4 5. 4.11 WN ' , 4 K ft 1 - v, , Q.-- j'3.-41-hw S., Q.: .lj 1 ' .0 'Ong . . .ul A X' .C .. 4 4 -8 . ., ' 'JV ' K Q 'I " . ' I' K I Q I f .'gZ '. I -.g . - -e Nah r f - K ,M is - . -"5 -Q. 4 ? . ' . F 'H 'r ' 'I ol -, .., v 'G m' -Q A .. U h J, 1 A af u Q I lux-' Q- 0 Ulf- if 9 f. -X ' All 4 4 'sw tl-0 C 4 1 , 9 fr v Vg? if Ffa'- sf' .rw 1 .x 1 ,131 . .. KA - 1 gk 1,-J 1. . ' 1 .."'. ,-'V . QI .., ' , x 1'. ' V :,.a--'I - ,. 1.2 .1-.5-. .,.. . 4. '-. 1, HM- -. -. f , '..L . x-1, ' .0 3-"H '.-1. 1- , . I it -. 1' '.1 ,Unk ' .Q V.., 1"'3'I. 'f 1.". A' '10 1.-5. 3 555.5 ".. ..' .., .' R, ...r . 11- A .,, I -,.1,1'1. 571. .f'.1,7i . . 'Ifef Il' 'I wr .gr-15 1251 , 1 1, f 1 Q R l rl' , 154.13 2, X ,1.a' . x-1. 'xA '1. -,. 1 .. , ff.: : ' 1 ,I ' .40 1-Xa u 5,1 E wh. ,.'i 1 1 , ..1 11- K . is ...Q ,1. "j1"iZ - . 1.1 -"nr .-Q11 L. I1 , X. .,,. ,SA H-'1l ,,.,x 1 1 I . 1 1 1 v V . 1 .' ..' . 'I11 1. ."'.. 1, ,1.. f., 1 ' A..11..,.. . .,1..., , ' 1 ..4' K' K1 .1 ,.1. K. , 11 A 1171. . 1 t . V, 1 1 "x'.. , K .UT 1 1. 2 - I JH., fini' df. , ,t ' - ' .72-51" 5' 'fav r .'7 .w 1- " KT... -'L ' . 1... 1 . -fvf, 1.1. 3' 1 vm. 'vY,"1,'y , r ' 5 51,1..CK',.' lf,:,s,',N, A 1- L" 'IM 'x"'! -r," i. 49 . .-. ,. I- .- 1-1 xx . .,'.,, , su" n' ,x " 'lf-'f-'. 1 I-x, 1 1' -r ,,,..r ,l . . .1y',' I I' ' u,f1',S,2 .' ' Iv M.. r 4'--J ' k'J '. Q. N . rv-,QI .iff ,J Tfxx 'LH ' 'r I ,Q-,, . ,. 4 .J pg ' A . I ' I ,.l' . -14 "5 1 1 ' . -4.1 ,1 f. L 14 , 17, 5 ,4 wamfin THE GQLDPN EG Chancellor Butts President Bates rece the Golden Egg after Ole Miss' 14 to 6 triumph over Mississippi S This cherished trophy was originated in 1926, and has, since that time, been presented annually to the winner of the Ole Miss-Mississippi State football game. The Egg was donated by the Student Bodies of these two state institutions. The trophy remains in the possession of the team winning this an- nual football classic until that team is defeated or tied. Since its origination nine years ago, Ole Miss has had pos- session of the Egg for eight years. In 1929 the teams tied 7 to 7 and each school shared possession of the trophy. The 1935 battle was won by Ule Miss by a score of 14 to 6, and the Golden Egg will repose securely in the "Y" Trophy Case for another year. Page I23 Q 1 ,XJ F 1 CHESTER CURTIS HARRELL MONGER Q16 o The Editor and Business Manager were fully conscious of the peculiar position which they occupied in publishing the 1,936 OLE Miss. I-Ieretofore, the publishing of the OLE Miss has been more or less a private enterprise. All details of assembling materials and handling finances were left solely in the hands of the Editor and Business Manager, and their remuneration was derived from any surplus which accumulated. This year, due to the institution of a fee system, the situation is completely changed. The entire publication is supervised and regulated by the Student and Faculty Publication Committee. At the begin- ning of the school year a budget was made and the 1936 OLE Miss was assembled to conform to this budget. All finances have been handled through the Business Oiiice of the University, and the Editor and Business Manager received a salary for their work. No one can doubt the superiority of this new fee system over the old plan. Realizing the advantages and superiority of the new system, and knowing that the students expected a better yearbook, the Editor and Business Manager have made every effort to make this expectation a reality. The Staff realized that it is impossible to publish an annual which would meet the approval of each and every student. How- ever, by taking a general cross-section of the student body and ascertaining its idea of a representative yearbook, it was possible to produce one which will meet the approval of a majority of the students. It was under this conception that the 1936 OLE Miss LE MISS was edited. One of the main objectives of the Staff was to give a vivid pictorial review of this year's happenings and events, and the number of pictures in this yearbook will certify the attain- ment of that objective. In planning the make-up of this edition, the Staff gave, more consideration to those activities in which the students are vitally interested, and attempted to include all activ- ities of any importance. The decorative features were suggested by artists and we hope they meet the approval of the students. The Editor and Business Manager have no apologies to offer for this edition. We have done our best, and it is our sincere hope that this annual will find a place among the cherished reminders of college days. We appreciate deeply the privilege and honor accorded us by the Senior Class of 1936. Page I24 3 if wg, I as CHESTER CLRTIS . . .ALONZO VVESTBROOK ROBERT VVALI, . . . JACK RIGGIN . . . LAWRENCE FELDMAN BILLY GATES . . . FRANCES NOLAN . . RUTH ZINKE . . HELEN BATT.-IILE . . ZELDA SIECEI. . . SCOTT TENNYSON . . LUTHER GRICE . . RICHARD BOOTH . STINSON COODY . . BOUDIE JAGGERS . BILLY HICKS . . DAYID MCLEAN . JAMES ROSE . . HARRELI, NIONGER . LELIA 'TERRY . . . GEORGE R. NEBLETT EDDIE CARNES . . . JOHN BOWEN . . XVALTER JONES . . JOHN IYIADRE . . O'DELI, SANDERS . . DAISY LEE DIXON . . GEORGE MCPIIAIL . . ED DAVIS .. . . . CAULEY VVILLIAMS . OLLIE BR.-AME . . JIMMIE PRIESTLY . . JOHN SULLIVANT . . FRED FELDER . . . 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Bz1,rit1f.v5 jlaflzxgrr , .lxsofiatr .Vanagrr . .tlsxofiatf Illanagwr . .155i.ffllf1fLTIIIIIIIQIT . .lssiytant .Vatzagrr . .-Issistarzt Illanagrr . .'1.v.vi5tantIllanagrr . .lsiiytant Illalzagrr . .'1.I'5i5fllllf.I!ll7ll1g1'l' . glssistanl ,Managm- . .'155i5fIlIlfx7IrIllllt1!11'l' . .'l.1'.I'I5fflllf,1I!1IlIlgl'l' . .-Issistant .'IIanag.'r . .Alssislant Rlanagrr . .Js.fi5tantI1Ia1zagm- . .Jssistant Illanagvr Page I25 Q46 STHFF Dax Rtweu, .ALFRED BTOORE If there is any one activity on the campus that is truly an expression of the student body, it is the Mississippian, official publication of the University of Mississippi. Each week this newspaper is presented to the students, and its entire contents are read with interest and enjoyable pleasure. During its ex- istence on the Ole Miss campus, the Mississippian has experi- enced many ups and downs, but at the present time it has achieved its highest point of efhciency. This year, under the skilled direction of Dan Russell, edi- tor, and Al Moore, business manager, the Mississippian has had one of the most successful years that it has ever had. The Mississippian has provided the source for discussion of the most important topics of interest for the students. Especially are the editorial writers to be commended in their stand for those things most valuable to the students as a whole. Also the reportorial staff is to be complimented in the way that they have presented only up-to-date news written in a clear, concise and journalistic manner. Another instrumental factor towards the success of the paper has been manifested in the untiring efforts of Walser Prospere and Albert Russell. But the efforts of these men would have been completely to no avail had not the Staff as a whole been an example of perfect coordination and coopera- tion. ,Ag MISSISSIPPIAN The financial success of the paper lies in the hands of Al Moore, through whose diligent efforts, only the most effective and modern type of advertisement has been included in the paper. It was through the work of the business staff that the Mississippian now has one of the largest circulations of any Southern college paper. The work of George Donovan and Prescott Sherman has done much to make this department a thorough success. One of the interesting features of the publishing of the Mississippian is the exchange correspondence with other lead- ing papers of the South. Through this method, the Mississip- pian is distributed over the state of Mississippi and adjoining states. Page l26 DAN RUSSELL . . . XVALSER PROSPERE . ALBERT RLIssE1.I, . . GEORGE VVOODLIFF CHESTER MCLARTI' -IOHN KuI'RENDAI.I. SCOTT 'ITENNYSON . . LAWRENCE ADAMS . KIRBI' HARREI,I. . BILLY GAT'ES . . ROSA HEAIA' . . . LOUISE HORNE . . . MIDDLETON VVOOTEN GAI N ES AUGUSTUS . BILLY MOUNGER . . DAVID HAMILTON . . PETE LABARRIT . . ROWAN THOMAS . ED MCDONNELI, . JOAN PERKINS . . ROBERT VVALL . . SAM ABBOTT . .ALFRED MOORE . . GEORGE DONOVAN . . IIMMIE ROUSE . . CRATYFORD NEII.l. . PETE MCLEOD . . PRESCOTT SHERMAN ONITA ALIJRIIJCE . GEORGE NEBLETT . JOE DANIELS . . J. C. SPEER . A TOM PEARSON . JOE EDDINS . . . ARTHUR SMITH . . W. B. GlI,I.lI,ANlJ , 'FATE THICPEN . . EDITORIAL STAFF BUSINESS STAFF l' . . . .Ed'iI0l' . .IYi'u'5EI1'itfu . .llanayiiig Editor . .1J5oi1alI'Edilor . . .'1550L'ill1l'EU7Il0I' . Compfmizon Editvr . C0I!lf70.I'iIi0IlEL1'if0I . . . Spor15Edilor . . . Sp0r1sEI1i!0r Issofiafi' Sporly Edifor . . . Sofiwly Ediior , .Smiify Edifor . .-l.fsi.vta1IlEdiIor . .-1J5ixlanlEdif0r . .'1ssi51a1IlEdifnr . .15,vi.t11rlfEliil0r . Iisxixiani Edilnr . .l,v,Iis1'zIIIlEI1if 1' . .ls,cismnfEI1i1or . .J55iIla11lEI1i10r' . .lsxixlzizzl Edilfzw' , .lssiflazzl Eiiilnr . . . . lglljillfjj Jlllllllfffl' . .'15.I'0l'iIlfI' Businrss Alllllllflfl' . Local Cirfizlafion JWz1mlyi'1' . Local Cirfulalion JWu1zagvr F0!'l'iyll Cirfizlaiisn I'VlzI1zag1I'r Forrign Ciflx1lil11i0ll Ilflurzagfr . . . . ,'155i5fIl7lfillllflllfjfl' . ,'155i5flllIfnIH7ll1fjI'I' . . . . .-lssisialzl . Jxsisfnrzl . .J.v.vi.vlanl . flssisfanl . Jssislanl . .-lssisfanl . .4.fsi.vtan.' Page l27 Ae STHFF This group, composed entirely of students, is recognized as one of the outstanding collegiate orchestras in the South. They furnish music for the social activities on the campus and are featured in the annual state tour made by the University Glee Club. PAUL DENTON . . . . lofi PEN1x QVocalistj . . SMI ATK1NsoN fVocalistb SLEEPY YVERBY . . . . . PALKL PAGE CVocalistD . jomn SMITH .. . . . Homme CURLIEY . . CHIQSTIQR RICL.-XR'I'Y . .hex Ricans . . . . Lvrsrwoop fiARRlZT'l' . . A. G. BOVVEN . . PERSONNEL Bon RAY, Dircvior Page l28 Saxoplzorze Saxoplzone Srzxoplmzzz' Saxophone . Trufnflft . Trumpet . Trzunjnfl . Trzznzpel . .Bass . Drums . .Piano I ' 7 7 DUN RCDSENI DOS ORCHESTRA L K. L Although this year is the first appearance of this group on the campus, it has already established itself as one of the best orchestras ever to play at Qle Bliss. In constant demand, this organization of musicians is featured in practically all social activities BILLY SPENCER . . BILL JOHNSON . DAX'E COXYART . . on the campus. PERSONNEL RosENDo CARALLERO, fiolinisf 111111 Dirfclor LAWRENCE CooNEY . . TOM CADE EDWIN SHAcKERoFE . LEWIS GIBES . . ROBERT CooK . . VVILLETTE DL'cI4woRTH . . STEVENS SPENCER . Page 129 Saxophone Saxophone Sfzxojzhone Szzxoplzomi . Trunzflef . TI'llIl1flf,f Tronzbonr . . .Bass . .Drums . Piano ,es 'SN l. I 5 ,nhl n ,J XV. DWIGHT VUENTZ Director Q - 1 The University Players represent the interests of Ole Miss in Dra- matic Art. The purposes of the players are to increase the resources of the University in Dramatic leadership, to raise standards and appre- ciation of Dramatic Literature, to give opportunity for an ever in- creasing desire for dramatic self-expression and to develop leadership for dramatic worlc in school, church, neighborhood and community. The purposes are being accomplished by the University Players in a number of ways. Besides the dramatizing of plays and the attendant individual training in character interpretation, the student also receives training in eurhythmics, stage directing, and stage craft. The best modern dramas are read by the class in order to appreciate the better qualities of Dramatic Literature. Some outstanding plays presented by the University Players are: "The Merchant of Venice,', "Lady Win- dermere's Fan," "The Last of IVIrs. Chaneyf, "Liliom,', "The Twelve Ae UNIVERS "The Roman Soldiers Enter" from "The King's Highway" Page I30 Pound Look," "The Londonderry Air," "To the Ladies," "Great Possessionsf, "The Bishop,s Candlesticks," and "The King's Highwayf' The current group of University Players under the direction of W. Dwight Wentz is composed of: Lee M. Alford, George Butler, Carolyn Carter, Lillian Glenn. Richard Keye, Ruth McElroy, Margaret McCorlcle, Marjorie Harris, Margaret Henderson, E. H. Hix, Howard Pigforcl, Elizabeth Pillow, Mary Elizabeth Pur- ser, Lucy Sayle, Jack M. Simmons, Ashton Somerville, Billy Spencer, C. C. Stephenson, Scott Tennyson, Mary Alice Triplett, Evelyn Todd, and Will S. Wilburn. The staff further includes Morgan Elsworth, Leo McDonald and Jimmie Rouse. Y PLAY x W' joe Sfxximcs LEADERS OF THE GRAND MARCH Miss SARAII ADAMS ANU Mk. llflVN'ARlJ IBAYIS I l Q46 :J QM DANCES Mid-terms with Joe Sanders and His Crchestra-welcomed by a downpour and a cold wave-but such trifling weather conditions faded into the background as the occasion heightened-a grand starter for the new semester with that relaxation which makes one forget the work ahead. Have to hand it to the "Ole Lefthandern for dishing out what it took -Barbara Parks for being a singer and not just something beauteous to behold-Jack Swift for melting the girls' hearts and making himself right at home-the Decoration Committee for turning the gym into a beautiful dance pavilion-Howard "Nerts" Davis and the Floor Com- mittee for making it all possible-and the student body for showing as always, that proverbial hospitality. A grand orchestra, a beautiful set- ting and a student body that can't be beat. What more could one ask for in Mid-term dances? Promptly at eight o'clock Wednesday night, the merriment began- IN 'N 37' 'T ag everyone present in high spirits with only Joe missing -plenty of excitement and stories of his whereabouts voiced by the dancers-a few critical ones even said that Joe was in Louisville, Kentucky playing for an- other event-the Grand March, climax of the evening with Sarah Adams and Howard Davis leading the shy participators in their frills and furbelows for a breath- taking jaunt about the gym-a beautiful sight as viewed from the balcony by the Editor-no breaks and leadouts came and went, the Shysters all by themselves showing us the precise way one should dance-Home Sweet Home and so to bed-everyone tired but happy. Thursday morning dawned as predicted-classes were met fsome of the professors might object to that statement,-and boys and girls rued the day they in- herited that Southern laziness-at eight P.M. such in- heritances were forgotten-Joe Sanders again, folks, playing his compositions in his own inimitable style and apologizing for being absent the night before- "Ir was laryngitisn says Joe-Q'But they told me it was because there wasn't a lefthanded piano available," vacantly admitted Miriam Page-after all, Hunter Scales George, ole Boy, I wouldn't tell the little girl things like that. Joe certainly adds a lot to his orchestra-this sec- ond night it sounds like the band that plaved at the Blackhawk-too bad the throat trouble kept Joe from singing because he has a stvle of his own that canit be beat-although jack Swift can do a good job at imitating him. The crowning event of the evening-Arrowheads and Dagger Points receiving a bit of tapping-Beckv McCorn1ick performing the rites for the Arrowheads -they in turn tapping the Dagger Points-a most impressive ceremony and showing the campus leaders we appreciate and need them-Congratulations!-The O.D.K.'s strutting a leadout for the first time-a worthy organization and one which no doubt will bring credit to our campus-these honor societies- good things. Condolences to the Glee Club. basket- ball team and boxing team for being absent from such an enjoyable set of dances-we missed you. Give us more people like Clyde "Skeets" lUncle Maxiej Maxwell who says he felt like a hobo because he had been on "Aunt Clara" XVatson,s train so much during the evening-and give us more mid-terms with Joe Sanders and his orchestra making them an unfor- gettable success. j 2 , as ,. . 4 41 ' , my LJ! R. ROY Cons Direflor Q46 OLE M1 In 1933, the United States Government placed a National Guard Unit at Ole Miss, making possible the beginning of a band that has now grown to forty pieces and has taken its place among the outstanding musical organizations of the South. The first Ole Miss band, composed of twenty-six pieces, used exclusively National Guard instruments and equipment, and it was not until 1934 that the organization had full dress uniforms. The Student Body, contributed fifty cents each, jointly bought forty uniforms in that year and the band appeared for the first time in the Red and Blue uniforms which it is now using. Since its organization four years ago, the Red and Blue band has played for all campus celebrations, home football games, and other activities of note. In addition, it has accompanied the team on several of the longer trips. The band played for the game with the St. Louis Billilcens the past season, and contributed its bit to the tilt with the Tulane Green Wave in New Orleans last year. The musicians have 'made several trips to Jackson, Clarlcsdale and Pg '34 53 P1 -c -...Q HV., a- """?"7" H 1 I . .,-mi-Zliif ' BAND Memphis during both football seasons. Two of the highlights in the band's history were the trips to Memphis last year and to Jack- son this year. At the Cotton Carnival in 1935, the Red and Blue outfit was selected as the oflicial band for the celebration. By special request of Governor White, the Ole Miss band was chosen the ofiicial band for the inaugural festivities in Jackson, playing a concert in the Jackson municipal auditorium and also rendering the grand march for the inaugural ball. Other featured incidents in the life of the band are its Spring concert tours, staged last year for the first time. These tours ex- tend for a week each year and carry the band into most of the larger cities in Mississippi. Director Roy Coats, who has conducted the band since its or- ganization, said that an order had been placed for ten new uni- forms, enabling the total membership to be swelled to fifty pieces. It is probable that instead of having one drum major next year, the band will feature three. Page l35 0 '54 -'J GEORGE N EBLETT Dru nz Jlajor WITH THE I trv 7 saflg I? x .Li J 5 FRESHMAN STUNT NIGHT This annual entertainment is produced by members of the Freshman Class and transfers. Each year the student body eagerly awaits this attraction, and Freshman Stunt Night this year was pronounced one of the best ever presented. -of CAMERAMAN "ax U1-T7 t igqil' William Falkner, Novelist and Aviator . . . Hum! That celery must be good . . . Poole receiving a pass in the Tennessee game . . . Impressing a frosh . . . Coach Tad and 1 future quarterback . . . Ivory heads . . . Has Kemp got it, boys? . . . That well-known African game . . . The team receives a rousing welcome . . . How can Scruggs put up with it . . . Governor White watches the game from the bench . . . Future lawyers? WITH TI-IE ..-y 1 I .PPS 'fs i , r .4 .ng-n-'vi' ' ' . 40' p 14" vi'-'2"1' 'bv King XVinter holds the campus . . . just thc President of the A. S. B. . . . The Nl. O. A. K. S. must have their tapping . . . The kick-off at Ten- nessee . . . Strawberry gets a powder bath . . . Bob Neill wasting time at the telephone . . . Al Key visits the campus . . . just a couple of new Tri-Delts . . . Officials at the Ole Bliss-State game . . . The Shipp acquires a barnacle . . . Governor Mike and the "Chanc" have a good laugh . . . 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We know the Battle is not that boring, Fay . . . just a freshman laundry man . . . "Aggie Coffin" passes in review . . . It was great last year, wasn't it, Jimmy? . . . "Miss Looking Good" poses for the photographer . . . The Business Manager's stenog after office hours . . . More St. Louis trip with Edwards giving us a swing. . . . Part of that ten o'clock rush . . . The sponsors receive their bouquets at the Homecoming game. WITH THE 9, SB gl 2 'W-01' f --.-wg. 4 Little Hapes and Big Hapes . . . Action on the bench . . . It walks, talks 0 and breathes . . . The band parades at half . . . "Official Shiners" about to greet their new members . . . "Sunshine" Smith gets amorous . . . Foot- ball players dress up for the trip . . . just after the arrival of Colonel, Jr. . . . Maxwell in action . . . Sanders 86 Co. lead Ole Miss students in a cheer . . . A budding romance . . . More yardage against State. , I CAMERAMAN 'X Was it iust a Fall romance? . . . Snow again covers the campus . . Governor Conner enjoys the game . . . just an old Mexican custom . . . . . . The banker hard at work . . . Moose and Ramelle beat the crowd to the Greeks . . . Senators Harrison and Bilbo at peace . . . A near tragedy interrupts the Ole Miss Special . . . Coach Roberson in a characteristic pose . . . Little Hapes evades the State tacklers . . . A couple of Phi Beta Kappas? . . . Part of the crowd at the Ole Miss-State game. ITH T "Hifi 'if'- S5 U I v air -NCQ 'l Q 'N -1' :rn..J5... - it Ole Miss Sponsors for the State game . . . Two of Ole Miss's enthusiastic followers . . . The frosh enjoying a football trip . . . judge Hemingway, Athletic Chairman . . . Sanders practicing for the big game . . . The kick- off at the Ole Miss-State game . . . Perfect ,34 . . . They can't keep from arguing . . . The McCormicks capture the band and the business office . . . Colonel Murphree consents to pose . . . A free haircut by expert barbers . . . Tom and Spiro's new assistant. 'HJ 'Bi- ,. CAMERAM!-KN "Il ll u ll Ill gl IH .T '- . - s Nw I Ill' v an 2 I I Z iw B51 "fl f 1 "'s gh vp r 1 ., f '5:'7"'?f" 4 , dl' Aww V Q LA .. 4'a::-S35 ...ll Z' .iii-x. ff : ef frm.. " R-"' I K ' . . -uf ," 'R u '+- g...--""" The "Bus Driver" with a couple of passengers i?J . . . Ceremonies at the Orange Bowl . . . The "Hell Week" underwear . . . Baseball squad in the dugout . . . The first gym dance . . . Lots of books fool some pro- fessors . . . One of the "Queen" floats in the Orange Bowl Parade . . . Lawyer Seay poses for the camera . . . The team works out in the Sunny South QD . . . Another float in the Orange Bowl Parade . . . Where's Dan? . . . Publicity agent, Sam Abbot, types off some news. FEATURES 1? Yi ' fi r 1 .fx 'YL L 1 . fa. ,. W . up QV 24 N- iw, '-4 , . ig: sg + fy fri' QQ. , Q Zfae ,, , 1 . ,, XM 4 , ':4 x 'Q:" ,, wi diff ff Q., 1 Qi X 'x A. 1 I, ,A 'Y r" s'- p. .1- 'f flu rw 1 r fu 4. 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GI.EN N Sorores m Umversrtate S emors HELEN BATTAILE GENE BULLOCK MARTHA CHASE JULIA FITZGERALD LOUISE HORNE VIOLA JAMES LENOIR MCGOWAN LUCY REMBERT BEssIE CLIDE STINGILEY INDIA SYRES COURTENAY TINDALL SUE TRo'rrER JANET WHITEHEAD EvE.LYN WINN Lou WILKINS Jumors NANCY ABBAY MARY EVELYN GARRETT LILLIAV GLENN MARGARET JOYNER MARGARET KIRK GENEvIEvE MCBEE MARY LILLIAN MCCORMICK I NEz SEWARD BROWNING STEEN ELIZABETH WATSON S ophomores VASSAR BISHOP NAN DYER MARY EDWARDS RosA HEALY MARGARET KEYS MARY ELIZABETH PURSER ASHTON SoIvIERvILLE MIRIAM WALLACE CAROLINE WEBB JANE WRIGHT Pledges ack on Columbia Memphis Clarksdale Winona Gulfport Rosedale Jackson Meridian Jackson Indianola Columbus West Point Laurel Clarksclale Tunica Oxford Oxford Tupelo Greenville Greenwood Richton Philadelphia Miss Miss Tenn Miss Miss MI s Miss Miss MISS MISS Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss MISS MI s Miss Miss Miss Miss MIss Miss Shreveport La Greenville University Greenwood Yazoo City Natchez Indnanola Oxford Cleveland Biloxi Webb Corinth Miss Miss Miss MI s Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Louisa ANDERSON GUSSIE LEE BALDWIN INEz BARNES GUION BOWIE MRs A B BUTTS ELIZABETH CHAFFIN KATHERINE CLARK MINNIE COLE MILDRED CRAN ALICE SLEDGE DAvIs MILDRED DAvIs MARY LOUISE DAVIS MARTHA DYER ANNBTFB GAINES SARAH BARRY GILLESPIE LOIS ANN HANSELL ANN HARDIB MARTHA HEIDELBERG DoRoTHY HOLLAN MARIE1'rE MCDONALD MADALYN MCHENRY ELSIE MARRs MILDRED MOORE MARGUERITE OSBORNE FRANCES OWEN ELIZABETH PILLOW ANNELLE REID GENA ROWLAND ELSIB SAEIN FRANCES ScRuGGs MILDRED THOMPSON PATSY TXNDALL VIRGINIA TooIvIER ELsIE TRULY CLARA WATSON ELIZABETH WILKIBS BEss WOOD HattIe burg Brandon Vicksburg University Hughes Yazoo City Mon o Wayne boro Como Como Crawfordsville Greenvllle Cleveland Jackson Okolona MI s Miss Miss Miss Ar Miss e La MI s MI s Miss Ar Miss MlSS Miss Miss Monroe La Hattiesburg MIss Wynne Ark Memphis Tenn Greenville Jackson Blythevxlle Greenwood Columbus Greenwood McComb Oxford Greenwood Greenm ood Mountain Lake Sunflower Tupelo Fayette Lexington Grenada Batesville Miss Miss Ar Miss MISS MISS Miss Miss Miss Miss N Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss . . . . .................................. , '. . .................................... , . - .......................... , . . I .................................. .. , . . .......................... .. , . .I r . ......................... , . ................................CorIntl'I, Miss. cannon:-unasannawnuu-un I: -C - , -. . , . ............................ .. , . C .f E . ........................... , . . ............... . ............ . .......... , . . ............................. , . ......... .................... ' , . V . Page I7I Founded 1895 Colors: Cardinal and Straw Flower: White Carnation Eighty-seven Active Chapters TAU CHAPTER Established 1899 0 O 0 o oo "3 fvv w.,1 '96 1-3 "' i S LF, 14' I 36 'Q 29 35 Y' X7 ff' Neill, Brannon, Lightcao, Meacham, Nolan, Perkins, Schmitt, Speed, Todd, Ashford, Camp bell, L. Gillespie, M. Gillespie, Holmes, McCormick, McDowell, Nlofby, Trepp:nd:hl. Dillahunty, Farris, Gatlin, Harris, Martin, Speed, Adams, Boggan. Byram, Carter, Edelmann. Foster, Grissom, Hawkins, Johnson. Kidder, Lampton, Laney, Lindsey, Little, McCabe, M. McCoy, R. Nl. McCoy, Pinson, Price, Rutledge, Scott, Shea, Shipp, Terry, Waite, Xvallace, Ward. LTA ELTA EL Sorores 77l UTZ76 MRS CALVIN BROwN MRS BJRS DAVID CARTER MRS MIS XVILL LEWIS MISS MRS MRS -Soror MRS A H LITTLE MRS B S GIIITOSI fx. BRANHAM HUME MRS JEFF HAMM EVEIXN STONE MRS J A SMAIIWOVD R L SUILIVAN M BARTER EILIOT m Facultate Founded 1888 L D Colors Sllver, Gold, and Blue OUISF UNFAN Flower Pansy .Sorores m Unrvermtate CH' CHAPTER CHARLOTTE BLACRSTONE MARY NI. ILL EARLE DEAN BRANNON ANN LIGHTCAP POLLY MEACHAM FRANCES NOLAN JOAN PERKINS NF1TlE SCHIIIITT DELLIE SPEED EVFLYN TODD GWENDOLYN ASHFORD FLORENCE CAMPBELL MINN E HART G LLFSPIE KATIE B HOLMES BECKY MCCORMICK LOU MCDOWELL MARGARETE MOSEY lU'ARGARET TREPPENDAHL Sophomores JANIE XVREN DILLAHUNTY MARY ALICE FARR s MARGARET GATLIN MARJORIE HARRIS VIRGINIA MARTIN MARY SPEED SARA ADAMS ANNIE BOGGAN EDITH BYRAM CAROLINE CARTER, . . . . . . . .. HELEN EDELMANN ......... HELEN FOSTER ..... .. .... . MRS. ANN F. GORDON ...... Grad ua'es XVater Valley S emors Oxford XVoodvI lle Yazoo City Jumors Senatobia Canton Senatobia Shaw MerIdIan Cleveland Pocahontas Canton Itta B na Yazoo City Pledges Laurcl Oxford Canton WoodvIll Blythevxl e Canton Laurel Baldwyn B ytheville Meridian Tupelo Tupelo El Dorado .Vicksburg . . .Jackson ........................Tupelo ...........,............Oxford JUANITA GRIi1S0M .. ............... . ............ ELIZABETH HAWKINS ....... MARTHA JOHNSON .......... GENE KIDDER .............. HELEN LAMPTON .......... MARTHA S. LANEY ........ . MARY BAKER LINDSEY ...... Cleveland ....................HattieSburg ...... ...........Senatobia ......................Meridian ......................Magnolia ........................Tupelo ........................I.aurel SARA JOE LI1'rrE .............................. BETTY MCCAEE ............ MARTHA MCCOY ........... ROSE M. MCCOY ...... FRANK PINSON ............ E11-IEL PRICE ..... .... ..... MARGARET RUTLEDGE ....... ELIZABETH SCOTT .......... DoRoT1-IY SHEA. .......... . Blytheville . ......................VickSburg . . . Laurel ......................Aclcerman ......................McComb ................ Canton ......................Gulfport DOROTHY SHIPP ...... . ....... . . . ........ .... . .. . LBLIA TERRY .............. ELOISB WAITE ............. MARY JANE WALLACE ...... MARJORIE WARD ........... . . Smyrna . . . . .Laurel ......................Senatobia ..............,.........Oxford ......................Cleveland MISS MISS MISS MISS MISS MISS MISS MISS MISS MI S MISS MISS MISS MI s BAISS MISS MISS MISS Ar MISS MISS MISS Ar MISS MISS MI S Ark MISS Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Ark Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss. Miss Miss. Miss. Miss Miss . Miss. Miss. Miss Establzslved 1904 QOL f 'f - ,f ' ' 1. f. , . .. 2 Q b I 0 Eighty-one Active Chapters LOUISE GILLESPIE...'...i.-.......-...'.. Bena: Miss: : ..............................,. . - . 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Page I74 Sorores 171 Urge MRS CXRI COIRS MRS ll M MORSI Miss FIISF Fort M s C O SMXIIINF Sorores m Unfversrtate S emors Own I ALIIRIDGL MARGARET BRFNARD JANXCE COLQUITT RAMEIIE EASON ANNIE LAURA HARGIS MARI MCGINNIS AISIN XNIILIAMS Juniors LAURA BRADFORD 7ll'l0l1'l Dundee Beulah Hern'Indo Oxford SardIS Ras nond XVebb FRANCES THOMPSON O IW Bianch MARX LEMOXNE VVILRINSON Sophomores MARTHA GRAHAM LUCILLE WIIITEHEAD Pledges ROBERIA BROIISE MAJORIE COIQUITI SARA VVALI ACE Con ART MARX FRANCES DEAVER Y IRGINIA ETHERIDGE MARX ELIZABEIH HAYS ELODIE HEISS CECXLIA HOSEY . . . KATHLEEN JONES . MARY CAROLYN KIMBALL LOUISE LINDSEY . . DOROTHY MANSON . . . MARINA MCMANUS . . CHRISTINE MURPHREE . MARGARET MURPHRY . MIRIAM PAGE . . . ODIA MAUD ROBINSON . MARY VIRGINIA ROE RUTH SPRAGGINS . . NELL WALDROP . . . FRANCES WHITAKER . . GVIENDOLYN WHITAKER . FLORA WILKINSON . Shelby Corinth Clarltsdal Oxfoxd Beulah Oxford Tupelo Meridian MIS MI S MISS MISS MISS M SS MISS MISS MISS MISS MI s M SS MISS MISS M1 S MISS MISS Ds ersburg Tenn Meridian . . .Laurel . . . . . .Clarksdale . ...... Tupelo . . . Laurel . . Gulfport . . Gulfport, . . . Shelby, . . Itta Bena, . . . Sardis Crawfordsvllle . . Inverness, . . Aberdeen . . Stonewall . . Aberdeen, . . Aberdeen, . . . Shelby . , o I C. 0 .O I O . I . . 1 . . . : ' ' 1. .Azz R. T. . ' 0 Flower: Rose and White Carnation .I : . ......... W ., .' . . ....... , 'S . ' . ........ . , 'Q . 4 4 n s..-.-nuv K , .R - Y . ........ , i... ' K' . . .... ..... ' ., i .. , . . ........ 1' , I- . ' . .......... , .-.- FRANCES FURR . . ......... Tunica, Miss. I I . ...... I' fe - , ' ' 'I' V . .W , . .... ', .--. ' . ..... .... ' , 'S . . 9 Q . ....... I -, .- . 0 Q 4- 'DA n c.-n-- S 1 1 I , In u 4 W- q n-n-.-u.- , . -I . ' . . ...... , 'S . . 4 , ' . ....... , ' . . ....... , - . Q y l I I asnn. H? y J . .......... , . ' Y . . , y 1 . . . , 0 l Q . . , ' Y . . , ' I Y . . , 0 Page l75 MISS MISS. Miss MISS. Miss. Miss MLS. MISS MISS. MISS. Ark Miss. Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss O g OOO 0.0 a,o Founded 1852 Colors Rose and White Fifty nine Active Chapters ALPHA DELTA CHAPTER Established 1924 9 o ME Q' -nf if A 'E-f nb Booth, Campbell, lVlacNi:ol, Stevens. Weems, Alberstett, Patton, Russell, Zinke, Armour, Ed- dins, Green, Henderson, Ingram, johnson. Nlarkette, McAlpine, Rowan, Smith, Thomason, ' Yarber. Page I76 Sorores in Ufbe MRS. Ross BROXVN MRS. E. N. LowE MRS. ORvII.I.E GRICSBX' MISS L. V. NVHITE MRS. R. M. GUESS MRS. E. WII.sox MRS. S. H. ROBERSON Sorores 771 U71-1'U67'S1tClt6 OUIDA BOOTH MART ALICE CAMPBELL MARGARET MAcNIcoL EIHELIIIR STEX ENS S emors MARY ELIZABETH YVEEMS GENE ALBERSIETI LUCILE PA'I'roN MARY RUSSELL .Tumors Sophomore RUTH ZINKE JOAR A E ARMOUR LULIE EDDINS RUTH GREEN MARGARET HENDERSON MARION INGRAM WILLARD JOHNSON FRANCES MARRETTE CLAIRE MCALPINE ANNETTE ROWAN VIRGINIA SMITH DOROTHY THOMASON OPAL YARBER Pledges Lexington MISS Dem er Co 0 Memphis Tenn Jackson MISS Ty lertou n MISS Rockford Ill Arlington Tenn Carthage MISS Chicago Ill New Albam MISS Ba Sprmgs MISS Leaf, MIQS Lumberton MISS Bay St LOUIS MISS Belmont MISS Oxford MISS Strmger MISS Amory, M195 Gulfport, MISS MemphIS Tenn Belmont, MISS O . . . .......... , . . ....... , . i "Y l........... ' , .. ...... ' ', . . Y l .......... ' , . . ......... , . ' u......... , . v -..... . ..- ,S Y? l V Y . . ....... 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INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL O cers THOMAS X M1xx1EcE President MELVIN XV DOHTII View Prendenl JOHN E WARD Srrrcfazy Trfasurrr Mem bers Ilpha I'au Omega VINCENT VV PROSPERE OIIIE D BRAMF Bda Theta P1 OHN I2 CARRUTH JOHN XVITHERSPOON Delta P51 VVILLIAM H BARBOUR Delta Kappa Epszlon Kappa fllpha KENNETH CROSBY THOMAS Y MINNXELE C C STEPHENSON ROBERT L1 GRAN11-1AM Della Tau Della Kappa Sigma A S COODY VVELLS Moom HARRELL MOURGER ROBERT S Nswrox Ph: Drlla Thfta CH ARLES FAIR JOHN BOB Eh Phz Kappa P51 MATT I-IARPE RUSSEL IINDSEY Phz P1 Phz LAKE VVILROY BEN JOHRsow P1 Kappa Alpha Sigma 4lpha Epsilon CHARLES R GALLOWAY TEAT SEAY W11.1.1AM P MITCHELL ROBERT H DAVIS P1 Kappa Phi Sigma Nu JAMES RosE ORMAN K GEE JOHN E WARD JOHN SULL1vANT Sigma Ph: Epszlon Louis A EATON ME1.v1N L SHIRLEY Phi Epsilon Pi MosE WANDER ME1.v1N W. DOVITH Sigma Chi NORMAN C. BREWER CHARLES PHILLIPS ' y v Q I Y . V J v 4. - ROBERT CAIN ' I Page I79 Q 4 ,lk 'V' 5 4 Composed of two representatives from each fraternity, the Council controls and directs all the fraternities, espe- cially with regard to rushing season, and also guides the policy of the frl- ternities in their affairs with the ad- ministration. 0 O 0 0 no Stephenson, Burgharcl, Cost, Crosby, Grantham, Hooker, Neilson, Adams, Dent, Evans, Baker, Barker, Campbell, Cnrz, Dalton, Haney, Johnson, Lacey, Murphy, Staggers, Taylor. TA KAPPA EPSI Fratres in Urbe PHIL STONE XV. D. HEDDI.ESTON D. G. NEILSON W. D. HEnnLEsToN, JR. Fratres m Facultate F E FARQUEAR VV D XX ENTZ Fratres m Unrversnate Semors C C STEPHENSON JR Hollx Spr1ngQ Louls BL Rcu ARD Gurxw S Cosr KExxE1-H M CROSBX Emux S GRARTH-1M ORYILLE IN HOOKER Dum G NEILSON JR J umors Chnton Coffeeulle XY eet Pomt VS eo! Pomt Rolhng York Oxford S ophomores J CooPER Anuas GExE H Drzxr BEx L Ex Axs JACK BAKER STEVE R BARKER J ROBERT CAMPBELL YVALTER B CRITZ JACK E DALTON HAROLD E HAKEX HARPER Joi-rxsox JR Tom C LAcEs HUGH L MURPHY S R1cHARo STAGCERS Jour- R. TAYLOR Pledges Cormth Hollx Sprln Ocean SprmgQ Tup lo XX eet Pomt VVest Pomt YW est Pomt Oxford Senatob1a Hollx Sprmgs Arktabula VS est Pomt VVest Pomt N11 s Mus NINE N 1 IN IQ IN 1E Mme. N12 Nl 5 Mws M155 Mws Misa Mus Mus Mrss. MISS Mms Mws Mxss I 1 . O Q . D . .Q , . . ., . . ...,. , L, . , . 1 . , . ........ ' , .. . .'.' . . . ....... . '- , 1 ..,-. . ' . . ..... ' - ' , .1'ss. . - w 7 ' ' - . . . . . . ..... , , I-:. ' ', ' . . ..... ' - ', i'-s. . V . .', . . ....... , '-- , . . . ........ ' , 1I'-s. .' . .' . . ........ Lockhart, S. C. . .. ..... . . ,' 'gs,1is. . Y 0 u u-..-.. ,, - . . . ......... e , '. , . . , . ....... - , - . u 4 l -.aqf,- . , in , , . . . . . . ........ , - . . . I' . . . ........ . , - . .' .', n . . ...... - , . . . - . ...... J I , I . . ' . . ....... ' , -. - I, . . . . ...... , - . Y . . . ........ , . Jr lx' " f ' Q 1 Founded 1844 Colors: Crimson, Old Gold and Azure Flower: Pansy Forty-six Active Chapters CHI CHAPTER Established 1850 O O O o no gr ,l il FY Augustus, Lyell, Barbour, R. Cain, W. S. Cain, Lomax, Ricks, Roberson, Smith, Wootten Hain, Priestly, Anderson, Fontaine, Hinton, Joyner, Kimbrough, Kincade, Lockhart, Miller Rogers, Speer, Tindall, Turner, Wells. Page I82 Fratres fn Urine VV. C. SPE!-IR L. H. PERKINS Fratres m Fa ultate JUDCE VVIIIIAM HFMINCXNAX I W 3Fl ROBERT 'I ORRFX rcztres In nn, ersvtate N GAINES AUCUSTUS JEPTHA F BARBOUR, JR G GARLAND Lx ELL WILLIAM H BARBOUR S ROBERT CAIN WILLIAM 9 CAIN ROBERT C LoMAx JOHN P RICKS, JR SHED HILL ROBERSON JOHN A SMITH Seniors .lumors MIDDLETOW LANE VVOOTIEN JR Sophomores Pontotoc X azoo Cm J'IckSon X 'Iz O Cm Canton Canton Creenuood J:IckSon Clarlwdale IndIanOla C0lUmbllQ MIS MISS MISS Q NISS MIS MISS MISS MISS MISS MISS VEIT AULL HAIN JR Lxon MIS JAMES D PRIFSTLX Cemton DABNEX ANDERSON Pontotoc WILLIAM BUCHANAN Laurel JACK FONTAINE MALLORY HINTON BILLY JOYISER B B KIMBROUOH JR ROBERT KINCADE GEORGE LOCKHART JOHN M MILLER LESLIE ROGERS J CREATI-I SPEER FRANK TINDALL Pontotoc, Canton, GYCCHVIIIC ClarkSdale, Clarksdale Pontotoc, Hazlehurst Greenn ood Indnanola, Indxanola, HOMER E TURNER Jackson, ERSKINE W WELLS Jackson, MISS MISS MISS MISC MISS MISS M SS MI S MISS MISS MISS MISS MISS MISS . C . ,. . ' DR., .l1.I, . . . . ' . 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'l'liMI'I.I-, ' Founded 1852 Ffaffes 777' Facultate Colors: Cardinal Red and Hunters Green DR N B Boxn IIR Flower: jacquerninot Rose Fifty-two Active Chapters MISSISSIPPI ALPHA CHAPTER Fratres m Unrversrtate Effdblifhfd 1357 WALTER MURPHEX H L COCKERHAM W H CooR JR MATT HARPER C C LAsI E PAUL KLoTz RUSSELL LINDSEX JDHNI MADRE DALE MULLEN LUTHER SERTOR MORGAN ELLSVS DRTH CLAUDE KEIRN A C Rhs ne J E AVENT REED BROCK B C CAUSEY CHARLES ELLIOTT CURTIS HINEs JAMES LOVETI' R K RICE CLIFFORD SCHULTZ BALDWIN SHELTON BIII WIIIIAMS Graduate S emors Jumors Pledges P1 Oxford Gunmson ack on Mc omb Montgomerx McComb Laurel Memphxs Oxford Haze hur t Mc Comb Keir I s Chnstlan Oxford West Shelbw Rxpley Cruger Laurel Webb Mnss INIIQS MISS M s A a MINS MIS Ten I MIS M1 Q Mu Mxs Mlss Mlss Mrss Mus MISS Mlss Mnss Memphxs Tenn Lambert MISS McComb Mrss O . . . .' DR. -I. J. .s.'oIR O ' I O I unuluna Y ' 1 0 0 V I ununnv.. ' , ...Q- . . -, . . ......... J -'S , . .......... 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' J l e f 14 'Q ' I is P 'V i f- . r 1 f. ', 4 f Q C 1, n -14' . . ' . . fl' ll 2 Alexander, H. Cunningham, Elliott, Ervin, lVlcKell, Moreton, Nebletr, Brewer, Curlee, K Cunningham, Gardner, Minor, Phillips, Ray, Scovill. Sturdivant, Bradford, Carver, Coleman Ferris, Guyton, Biedenharn, Hudson, Gunter, Knox, Poindexter, Perry, Quinn, Shelby, Stigler Tennyson, Wells, Wilson, Barnett, Beard, W. Biedenharn, Biggers, Chandler, Crawford Douglas, Duckworth, D. Guyton, Hall, Harris, Huggins, Irby, L. Knox, McGee, Maxwell Minor, Olsen, Patty, E. Stephens, J. Stigler, Walker. Page IB6 I Fratres in Urlne DAVID T. CARTER DR. B. S. GUYTON BRANHAM HUME JACK ELLIOTT XV. M. REID Fratres ln Facultate L C ANDREWS DrAN R M GUESS DR A H LITTLE U R J FARIFY CRADY GUYTON COACH FD WAIREII DFAN T C KIMBROIIGH Fratres m Un1vers1tate WILLIAM ALEXANDER HUGH CUNNINGHAM JR HIRAM ELLIOTT BERT S ERvIN THOMAS MCKELL ROBERT D MORETON CHARLES R NEBLETT NORMAN C BREWER JR CULLEN B CURLEE JR JIM K CUNNINGHAM JOHN G GARDNER R HUGHES MENDEL LUCIAN MINOR CHARLES W PHILLIPS ARTHUR RAY ROBERT S SCOVILL S emors .Tumors ARCHIBALD Y STURDIVANT JR Sophomores WILLIAM D BRADFORD GEORGE BUTLER JR JACK CARVER LLOYD A COLEMAN LAWRENCE FERRIS BILL GUYTON JAMES BIEDENHARN CARROLL HUDSON HENRY GUNTER JR BAXTER KNOX J JOHN Q POINDEXTER BRENT FORD QUINN FRED SHELBY STEPHEN STIGLER SCOTT TENNYSON ED WELLS HARRY E WILSON HUBERT BARNETT GENE BEARD WARNER BIEDENHARN PRESTON BIGGERS CHARLES CHANDLER BOBBY CRAWFORD BOB DOUGLAS WILLETTE DUCRWORTI-I DAVID GUYTON ToxEY HALL JR JAMES HARRIS CLEVE HUGGINS GEORGE IRBY LARKIN KNOX CLYDE MCGEE JEROME MAXWELL ERNEST MINOR LAWRENCE OLSEN JR WHITBWAY PATFY EDGAR STEPHENS JR JESSE STIGLER J LEO WALKFR Pledges Como Cormth Oxford Crawfo Cl Port GIbson Broochaven Morgan CIIy Greenwood RICHZI VIck burg ColumbIa VlCkSbUfg Macon Wesson Rlehll HattIe burg GlenclOIa Itta Bena ackson MISS MISS MISS MISS MISS MISS MISS MISS MISS MISS MISS MISS M155 MISS MISS M Ss MISS MISS S Molme Ill DoddSvIlle Macon Oxford VIcksburg Columbus Columbus New Albany Ravme G eenwood Slnelby Greenw od C lurrbus VlCk.bUfg Co umbus Grenwood Columbus VlCk burg CorInth MISS MISS MISS MI S M SS MI s MISS MISS MISS MISS MISS M Ss MISS MISS MISS MI S MISS MISS Bogalusa La West Pomt MISS Molxne Ill Columbus Blue Mountam Columbus Webb B1lOXl Sardxs New Albany Leland Drew Macon Carrollton Broolcsvxlle New Albany GreenvIlle H3fIl6SbUfg MISS MISS MISS MI S MISS MISS MISS MISS MISS MISS MISS MISS MISS MISS MISS O . . . . . .... ............... .. , . , . .............,............ , . . ...................... 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PERRY ..... . ......... . ..... ,........ . ..RlEhZl, MISS. ..... .. ........ r , . ......... . , . ,C . ..... . ........... , . , . . ............................... . , . ....................... ............. , 3, .Q . ..... - , . ..... , . . ...... ....................... , . ....... .. , . ..... , . , . ............................,... , . .... , . ................ , . ..... , . .... .... . , . .................'................... , . , ..... ....................... , . , . .......................... , . , , . . .................................. , . Page I87 gg E leash Iva Annu Founded 1855 Colors: Blue and Old Gold Flower: White Tea Rose Ninety-Six Active Chapters ETA CHAPTER Established 1857 O O 0 o oo SIGM -Q pk If 0 x w ' nl .. ap. ,Q inn r 515 Booth, Campbell, Cook. V. Cook. Davis, Fisaclcerly. Fulton, Gilliam, Hall, Holloman. Maihburn Massengill, Maxwell, Moffat, Ray. Rockett. Seale, Seay, Shelby, Shoemaker, W. B. Watkins. B. F. Willianxs. R, T. NVood, Woodliff, Ballard, G. M. Buchanan, J. B. Buchanan. Crisler, Donald, Fly C. E. Hall. Holmes. C. E. Lawrence, P. B. Lawrence, McDonnell, Murphree, Royals, R. M. Watkins Dunn, Furlow, H. G. Johnson, P. B. Johnson, Jordan, Keye, Montgomery, Pierce, Pigford, Wheless Bridgeforrh. Cosnahan. Danrzler, DeMiller, Ford, Gardner, Gartin, George, Graves, O. M. Hall Heron, L. W. johmon, C. S. Jordan. C. H. l,ove1 J. H. Love. McBride. Moore. O'Mara. Olden Payne, Perkins, Powell, Pringle. Shell, Simmons, Spencer, Weddington, C. C. Williams, C. H. Wood. A ALPHA EPSI AGL -12 LO Fratres ln Urbe W. L. ARCHIBALD J. W. T. FAULKNER. IV W. N. LEAVELL 'PHILIP CARNATHAN JOHN FAULRNER Juncs L OIDHAM CARL COERS XVILLIAM FAULKNER JAMES STONE JR I W T FAULKNFR R HERSHAW R L SuILIvAN Fratres m Facultate A B Burrs DR D H BISHOP JEIFF C HAMM Fratres m Unrversrtate R B BOOTH P C CAMPBELL F M Cook VIRGIL Coon R H DAvIs BILLY ETHRIDGE FISACKFRLX A B FULTON ALEX GILLIAM Of1'!'1I"'fl F HALL HOLLOMAN MASHBURN J MASSENGILL MAXWELL JR MOEEAT boa RAY L N ROCKETT W D SEALE C J EAY R C SHELBY A C SHOEMAKER XV B WATK I ws Chavo: QM I- F WILLIAMS JR T WOOD J F WooDLIFF K BALLARD M BUCHANAN B BUCHANAN Brookhaven M1 s no 'alan-ummm:-'Q IH 3:-zgwmnmgwz Z 'T K OZUITIE QQ 34521801-T25 sf., ,.:s"'I-4:-I-' -1" Z I m nmIr1mmm Sw H gl-Zim 5, mrgm FU 'IIIW VIP RA as-News nnm:n-or-wgzfw-:nw-on B FURLOW JOHNSON JOHNSON LPH IORDAN KEYE MONTGOMERY PIERCE PIGEORD WHELESS R BRIDGFORTH COSNAIIAN DANULER DEMILLER FORD GARDNER GARTIN W GEORGE T GRAvEs M HALL R HERRON W JOHNSON J JORDAN J LOVE H LovE MCBRIDE MOORE O MARA OLDEN PAYNE W PERKINS E POWELL PRINGLE SHELL S MMoNs SPENCER WEDDINGTON WILLIAMS WOOD gms S emors .lumors S ophomores Pledges Aberdeen Yazoo Clry Oxfo d Oxford Okolona Oxford Blame Jackson Clarksdale Tupelo Rulevnlle Clarksdale Brookhaven Pxckens Senatobxa Canton Hattxesburg Jackson Hattiesburg Clarksdale Merldlan Aberdeen Gulfport Woodvnlle Jackson Tupelo Holly Sprmgs Holly Sprmgs Aberdeen Jackson Jacks on Hernando Hernando Merldtan Jackson Jackson Jacleon Merrdxan Aberdeen Merrdxan HattIe,burg Columbna MISS Mxss Miss Mass MISS MI s Mlss Mnss Mxss Mlss Mlss M ss Mass Nlxss Mxss Mlss MI s MIss Mlss Mass Miss Mxss Mxss Mxss Mxss Miss MI s Mlss MISS Mlss MI s MI s MISS MISS Mass Mzss Mmss Mxss MISS Mlss Mxss MI s Rockford Ill Jackson Vlcksburg Russell HarrIe.burg Yazoo Cxry Aberdeen Bxloxl Bll0Xl Hanxe burg Gulfport Laurel MerIdIan Tumca Greenvxlle Canton Columbxa Columbla Aberdeen Tupelo Pl1llllD Blythevxlle McComb Yazoo City Bolton Clarksdale Georgetown Bll0Xl Okolona Hattnesburg Red Llck Merxdlan Okolona Woodvxlle Mxss M ss Mnss Ml S MI s MI s MISS Muss Mxss M1 s Miss Mxss Mnss Mnss MISS Mxss MISS Mxss Mnss Mlss MI s MI s Mrss MIss Mrss Mxss MI s MIss Mxss Mlss MISS Mxss O O J. 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Atkinson, Bramlette, Curtis, Davant, Frith, Gardner, Harrell, McGaughy Mcl.arty, H. McLean. Nichols, Price, Swittenberg, Thomas, Welty, Williams, Bowen, E. Fair Foose, Hamilton, Magruder, Mounger, Nance, Shands, Sherman, Wall, Webster, W. R. At- kinson, Clayton, Currie, DeLoach, Forman, Hand, Hix, Jackson, W. P. Johnson, Parker Pope, Rhed, V. Thomas, West. 1 s LT E Page l90 Fratres in Urlve N. ETHRIDGE WILLIAM HARMON JUDGE C. E. SIVLLY WILL LEWIS ' I . . I Fratres fn Facultate AJACDONALD HORNE J. A. CARPENTER C. O. SMALLING Fratres m Unrversrtate JAMES R JOHNSON GEORGE BUEFALOE CHARLES D FAIR DAVIS L FAIR WALLACE H LIVINGSTON LEE MCLEAN ROBERT D PORTWOOD JR ALBERT RUSSELL WESTON H SEGURA LUTHERJ SPENCER GEORGE L ADAMS ROBERT H ATRINSON SAM C ATKINSON DOUGLASS M BRAMLETTE CHESTER H CURTIS JAMES DAVANT JAMES D FRITH ROBERT GARDNER JR KIRBYJ HARRELL JOHN B MCGAUGHY CHESTER A MCLARTY GEORGE H MCLEAN CHARLES G NICHOLS JR KENNETH A PRICE ROBERT R SWITTENBERG ROWAN T THOMAS WALTER A XVELTY CAULEY WILLIAMS Graduate S emors Jumors SenatobIa Oxford LouIsvIlle LouIsvIlle do A' . v,."'f' e Ox Founded 1848 Colors: Azure ancl Argent Flower: White Carnation One Hundred and Four Active Chapters MISS MISSISSIPPI ALPHA CHAPTER MISS MISS MISS Santa Fe N M Blame Greenwood Oxford Jackson Carrollton Natchez Water Valley Drew WoodvIIle Clarksdale Jackson McComb Greenwood McComb MISS MISS MISS MISS MISS MISS MISS MISS MISS MISS MISS MISS MISS MISS VIrgInIa Beach Va Oxford Blame sWlff0WH McComb Lexmgton Boyle Jackson Clarksdale MISS MISS MISS MISS MISS MISS MISS MISS I ,III ............................. It , 1. Sophomores JOHN C. BOWEN ................................. Senatobia, MISS. . ' ,Iiffffffffffffffffffffflfffflfff.. .Af QQ . ''H",''Jlcfflffffffffffffflff... ' ,' jf EUGENE L FAIR SAMJ FOOSE J DAVID HAMILTON ROBERT MAGRUDER WILLIAM H MOUNGER WILLIAM P NANCE WILLIAM N SHANDS JOHN T SHERMAN ROBERT H WALKUP ROBERT W WALL JAMES P WEBSTER WILSON R ATKINSON STEWART CLAYTON HECTOR JAMES CURRIB WEBB DELOACI-I RICHARD B FORMAN ED W GATLIN JAMES R HAND E H Hlx CLAUDE JACKSON WILLIAM P JOHNSON PERCY PARKER ALLEN POPE JACK RHED VIRGIL W THOMAS JOSEPH E WEST Pledges Page I9I LOU1SV1ll8 Tchula MerIclIan Port Gnbson Wxnona Jackson Jackson MEKIdl3n Senatolzua Boyle Oxford Drew Tupelo Merldlan Greenwood Natchez McComb Waynesboro Jackson KOSC1USk0 Senatobra Canton East MOlIn MISS MISS MISS MISS MISS MISS MISS MISS MISS MISS MISS MISS MISS MISS MISS MISS MISS MISS MISS MISS MISS MISS e Ill McComb MISS Boyle MISS Clarksdale MISS Established 1877 O O 0 o oo 1.5. ID -U Caver, Schug. Carruth, lVIcLellan, Nxfitherspoon, Boyett, Carlson, Cassedy, Conner, Dowlen Leonard, Quinn, D. B. Smith, McGehee, Parker, B. C. Smith, Whitten, 'Wilkerson Page l92 Fratres fn Urine DAVID HUGHES JAMES MCLURE RICHARD MCLURE JOHN MCCRAD1' J. K. RAME1' Fratres in Facuftate COACH XVEBB BLRRE DR ALFRED HLML A T EDELMXNT Fratres m Unrvermtate J B CAVER HAROLD SCHUG J E CARRUTH M S MCLELLAL JOHN XVITHERSPOON VV G BOXETT W L CARLSON W P CASSEDX Dow LEA B LEOR ARD E LEONARD M QUINN JR B SMITH C MCGEHEE F PARKER C SMITH W WHl1TEN STEVE WILKERSON S emors Jumors S ophomores Pledges Merldl n 1N11s I t1ca McComb Sumner Merldxan Jackson C0l'll1Ih Brookhax en Cormth Cornnth NX M1 S M1ss Mm M1 5 M15 M15 M1 s MISS LaGrange Ill Ind1anola M1 s Mer1d1an Mxsw Bude M1 s V1ckRburg MISS Molme Ill Casc1lla Miss Starkulle M18 l . . ..... ...L . ' 'n , . . , . . . ....... , . . . , ,......... , S . . . ' . .-....... , ' . I . ........ ' ' , Qs. . . ' , JR. . ........ " , 'sn . . 1' . .......... ' Q ' 5. . . ' . ...,..... ' , ' S. E. CONNER . ....,,... Vicksburg, Miss. W. ' ' . .......... ' , 's . . J a .......-.. ' 7 l . T. . ' . .......... , . . D. . , . . ........ ' , 'S . D. . . ...... . . ' ' , ' -. J. . . ........... , 's . F. . . .... ..... ' , , ' . B. . . ............ ' , . J. . . .......... ' , '- . . . ........ ' " , 'S . Page I93 Founded 1839 Colors: Pink and Blue Flower: Pink Rose Eighty-eight Active Chapters BETA BETA CHAPTER Established 1897 O 0 0 o oo 41 , f -if r :L LT v3 Q Riggin. Beach. Cocke, Hawkins, Monger. Bryan, Coody, H. A. Hawkins, Reed, Young McLeod. Rather, Wfallace, W. A. Barnes, Bilbo, Carnes, Dickerson, Dixon, Ferrell, Hartsfield Heard, Hossley, Noblin, Scott, Smith, Strickland, Treanor. Wood. Page I94 T LTA Fratres m Umversrtate J D Riccxx J S BE cu W G COCKE I' L HAXNKINS HARRELL MOWGER E VV BRXAN A S Coom JR W C REED JR L YOUNG L McLEou H RATHER W VVALLACE W A BARNES C. V Biuao . . F I CARNES . P S DICKERSON E. A D1xoN FRANK FERRELL . M F HARTSFIELD L F HEARD W. J HOSSLEY . Graduate S emors J umors S ophomores Pledges jack wn 'I ibbee Sentatobia X alclen N icksburg Corinth Jackson Jackson X icksburg Pascagoula Hollx Springs Biloxi McCool . Pascagoula . . .Biloxi . .Tutvuler . .Union . Ashland Oxford, . Biloxi . . . . . . . .Vlcksburg J. D NOBLIN . ......... Jackson R. P Scorr . A F SMHH . A G STRICKLAND W. W. TREANOR . A.L.Woon.. .. . Corinth . . .Biloxi . . Corinth . . Shelby, . . .Corinth, Founded 1859 Mm Colors Purple White and Gold Miss M1 s Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss s M ss Miss Miss Miss. Miss. Miss Miss. Miss Miss Miss. Miss. Miss Miss Miss. Miss Miss Miss Flower Pansy Pl CHAPTER Establzsbed 1884 . . . .', JR. . ......... 'Sm , , - - 9 Seventy-five Active Chapters . , A . ........... " , . . . .... .... ' , '. . ' ' . . ,......... Y - , ' ,, l l F, 1 I lunwunvu . '- , . A H. A. HAVVKINS . .......... Vaiden, Miss . , , . . -....-.... r. , le.. T. . . .......... " ' , M' 3. 0. . . ....,..., , 1 . H. . . ........ -' ' ., Miss. . . . O H. . . . ..,... .... , - O I A I lnouoneva a , . . . . , ,. . . , I I I 7. , . . . . , 0 . . , . . . . . , . . , . . . , . . . . , . . , . . . . . , Page I95 o no as of -5 pa f, 1 ' 4 G, ' JN ,fl 'i 'gfxi' QI 'A'-Q? Nil," -' f x " 4' ' N 1 1 hd .3 9,43 ...J f -49 f,' -Jr v--P, A f-.1-Q , A f HR 1 -nr 1 Crisler. Gaskin, H. S. George, Minniece, Rounsaville, Sanders, Thompson, Watkins, Bieden- harn, Ferrill, Gates, Grantham, Keesee, Lotterhos, Payne, F. M. Rogers, J. A. Rcgers. Sours, R. Gates, Pcnix, Pettey, White, Ashford, A. Breyer, J. Breyer, Childress, E. T. George, Gleason, Horne, Kahlmus, Kenna, McDowell, McLean, Melton, Montgomery, Mcody, Pigford, Simpson, Stevens, Watson, York, Yancey. Page I96 nn as if -E+ "" ":r- 3? 'Xa Q--1 N omooi-I, 0 7' Frater m Urine Fratres m Fa uftate DR NV L KININON JOHN LFE C AINM Fratres m Unrversrtate CRISLER GASRIN GEORGE MCDILL MINNIECE ROUNSAVII LE SANDERS THOMPSON VVATKINS BIEDEINHARN BILLY GA1 ES R G GRANTHAM T M KEESEE W E LOTTERHOS WILLIAM PAYNE F M ROGERS J A ROGERS W G SOURS ROONEY GATES . J. H. PENIX . . C. V PETTEY . . . W C WHITE . . . JAMES ASHFORD . . ALEX BREYER . JOE BREYER . . . B. CHILORESS . T GEORGE . C GLEASON G. HORNE . . . W KAHLMUS W KENNA . F. MCDOWELL . W MCLEAN . H MELTON . MONTGOMERY . .Mooov . PIGEORO. . E H. SIMPSON PHINEAS STEVENS R. L. WATSON . G S YORK . T. B YANCEY . 71'-IUIUI11 S emors Jumors S ophomores Pledges Flora Aberdeen Macon Jackson Meridian Tunica Hernando Summit Aberdeen Vicksburg jackson Terry Lula Cru Stal Springs GI eenvllle Porters Ill Hattiesburg Jackson . . . .Jackson . . . .Jackson . Magnolia . .Canton Pocahontas . Meridian . Meridian . .Flora . .Macon . Meridian . Meridian . Meridian . . . .Summit . .Oxford . Meridian . Meridian Yazoo City . Meridian . Meridian . . . .Jackson . . . .jackson . Columbus . Tutwiler, Kingsport, M SS MI S Miss MI s MISS MI S MISS MISS MISS MSS MI S Miss MIS MISS MISS MISS Miss MI S Mis.. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss Miss. Miss. Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss. Miss. Miss Miss. Miss. Mi-s. Miss Miss. MISS Miss. Miss Miss Tenn DR. F. M. PURSER O . C O R. B, . ........... , I. . . ' . .......... , lr.. H.S. S . ........... , J - , .......... , .Y. . ......... , .L. ' . . ......... ' , . A. . ......... , . A. . ......... ', . A. ' . ......... , ' . E. C. ' . ........ ' ' , i . J. R. FERRILL . .......... Meridian, Miss. ' ' . ........... , S. . . . ........... , 's. Q . . , . . . .. . , . . . . . , 1 . 7 ' M. '. 'Q E. , D. . . . , J . . . , M.B , S C G . . ' , M. A. . ' ' , . . . , . . , .. , Page I97 Founded 1865 Colors: Crimson and Gold Flower: Magnolia and Red Rose Sixty-eight Active Chapters ALPHA UPSILON CHAPTER Established 1900 0 O 0 o oo .41 B -d 33' U -Q 'WG 4, 'f -as Aka C ag Flys. 'Q ' J! 'I ' 2, lv C- X A Y 1 I .Y -..Q 1 1 I 6 - , f " ' 3 .. M 0 'J' , f 'B W 'f 'W 'W -,,, , 6 ' lb . ii Qi Q V 4. 1 ' I ' tg' , f ' If 5 x od 'Q e, ' ,1 . 'J 'I '::- , -3 f ' 1:- Stewart, M. Bartling, Crawford, Gwin, Hambriclc, Irby, Jones, Kemp, Latimer, Reid, Russell, Smith, Stevens, Vardaman, Woody, Adams, Andrews, Backstrom, Bethea, Denton, Duckworth McDonnell, Newton, Noble, Watson, C. Bartling, Bearden. Coleman, Kuykendall, Long. Mor gan, J. B. Newton, Robertson, Smith, Aston. Barnes, Cunningham, Dees, Eddins, Farrell, Hall, Litton, Marsh, Milsread, Morrison, Nelson, Quin, Schmitt, Sigler, Simpson, Stocks Thames. v 1 Page l98 9 nxfko 5. Fratres in Urine fl? IRA L. MORGAN BAXTER ELLIOTT ROBERT SMALIWOOD REV. W. R. LOTT 0 3 9 A I 6 ,AJ e J ,ing X , 1gz'II,:'A, Sgr Founded 1869 Fratres 777' Facukafe Colors: Scarlet, Green, and White DR A I BONDURANT P K MCCARTER H M lVl0RSF Flowgrg of the valley DR C S SYDNOR C CUI One Hundred and Eight Active Chapters DELTA XI CHAPTER Fratres m Umversnfate Established 1926 COLLIER STEWAR r MCNEIL BARTLING WILLIAM H BRADEN THOMAS CRAWFORD FLOYD CUNNINGHAM LAWRENCE P GWIN MARION HAMBRICK PEYTON IRBY WALTER B JONES EMMETT D KEMP ELLIS H LATIMER HUGH REID DAN M RUSSELL ROBERT B SMITI-I JOHN STEVENS JOSEPH R STEVENS DOUGLAS VARDAMAN WELLS W WOODY LoRENzo ADAMS CHARLES C ANDREWS JAMES W BACKSTROM JOHN BEFHEA HOMER D CORLEY CHARLES DENTON JOSEPH DUCKWORTH WILL T MCDONNELL ROBERT NEWTON RANDOLPH NOBLE GEORGE WATSON CARL BARTLING WILLIAM BEARDEN WALTER DEJ COLEMAN JOHN KUYKENDALL JOHN WADE LONG EDDIE M MORGAN J B NEWTON WILLIAM ROBERTSON THEODORE SMITH VERNON ASTON GEORGE S BARNES JAMES CUNNINGI-IAM BILLY J DEES JOE A EDDINS HENRY PAT FARRELL PARKER HALL BILL P LIITON MILTON MARSH JOHN P MILSTEAD ERNEST E MORRISON CHARLES NELSON PAUL QUIN ANDREW SCHMITI' JACK SIGLER JOEL SIMPSON A T STOCKS LEWIS TI-:AMES Graduate Semors .Tumors Pledges Charle ton Irra Bena Natchez Marheston Booneville Natchez Brookswlle Grenada Belzom Sanatorium Okolona MISS MISS MISS MISS MISS MISS MISS MISS MI S MISS MISS Chicago Ill GI.lfpO t RIpley O fo d Mathe tcn RO edale Tchula Rip' ey Grenada Leakesville Laurel Clarksdale Marks Booneville ackson WIg Ins Whitfield Irra B na Ocolona Natchez Charleston Sallis Morehead lggll1S Corinth Tchula Hattiesburg Belzoni BoonevIlle Perkinson Rosedale Tunica Tunxca Cleveland Belzoni Okolona Meridian Brownsville Water Valley Shaw Hatnesburg Wiggins Baldwyn Sanatorium MISS MISS M SS MI S MI S M ss MI S MISS MISS MI S MISS MISS MI S M Ss MISS MISS MI S MISS MI S M ss MI S MISS MISS MISS MISS MISS MISS MISS MISS Miss MISS MISS MISS MISS MISS MISS Texas MISS MISS MISS MISS MISS MISS . 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Clark, Gaines, McMullen, Prospere, Royce, Tatum, Bates, Brunt, Davis, Gaston, Pollard, Brame, Goodman, Scott, Bowling, Broom, Krauch, Norris, Posey, C. Pros- pere, Shockley, J. R. Tatum, Wayne, Andrews, Stigler. TAU -ni Fratres fn Urlne DR. E. V. BR.-XMI,E'lTE I-ION. VVRIGHT PA'I"I'ox HON. R. X. XX ILLIAMS Fratres m Facultate DIAN A VV MIIDEW COICII C M SMIIH Fratres m Unrversrtate JAMES A CLARR ARTHUR M CLARK TI-IOMAS F GAINES DILLARO MCMULLAN VINCENT W PROSPERE THOMAS L ROHCE JETSON P TATUM JEAN M BATES GWYNLE T BRUYNT HOVSARD Q DAVIS CHESTER D GASTON S emors Jumors S ophomores OLIIE D BRAME PAUL H GOODMAN JACK H SCOTT FRANCIS S BOWLING STEWART C BROOM ROBERT H KRAUCII ROBERT 0 NORRIS FRANCIS M POSEY CLARENCE G PROSPERE SAM W SI-IOCRLEY JULIAN R TATUM MERCER O WHAYNE HOWELL A ANDERS WILLIAM A STIGLER Pledges Rulex Ille Rulex Ille New Albam Lake VVaShIngton Isola MerIdIan LIberts Ethel Indxanola Columbus MadlSOD Iuka Koscxusko New ton Jackson Memphls Grenada, Oxford VVa hmgton Iuka Mefldlan Lepanto Moorhead Inverness, MISS MISS MISS MISS MISS MISS MISS MISS M1 S MISS MISS MISS MISS MISS MISS MISS Tenn MISS MI S MISS MISS MISS Ark MISS MISS Y I -1. : . . . . . , I . . . A . I I v I I -.--uunn Y. y I I I ' I I na-n.-- v. v . I I Y I I n.n.. ' H., . -I 7 . . . ......... , . , . . . . . ...... . , . I y I I annnu. . I I 1 I. I . . ........ , I I I I I nII.I I I . 1-Y . CI I ' I - 'Q . . ......... , - . . . ........ , .. I I I n-..n. , . I CHARLES A. POLLARD . . ...... Greenwood, Miss. 4 Q I I 0 I qpvusan I , . I I T I I Iplpr I I I I r , ' I I I I I I IIIIII ' , l -I I I I I I I IIII Y , . I I I I I I I I I I I 7 , . I . . ....... , . . . . ........ 'S . I . . . .... S ' ' . Y . . .......... , . . . ........ , . . . ........ , . . . ....... , . Page 20I Founded 1865 Colors: Blue and Gold Flower: White Tea Rose Ninety-hve Active Chapters DELTA PSI CHAPTER Established 1927 0 O 0 0 n ' 'sr 1 Z ' I. .1 I B r Casey, Dabbs, Harvey, Moss, Rose, Ward, Britt, Brookshire, Collins, Dabbs, Eaton. Ellis, Henry, Hill, Hodges, Holley, Huntcr, Jnhnson. lVlcCom.ick. McCracken, Parks. Shaw, Spencer, NVells, Young. Pa g e 202 3 . Senatobia Fratres m Urine JOIIN B QAIIIRIOIII MARIIN E Frater m Facultate DR JAMES R SIMMS JR Fratres m Umversrtate S emors ARIHUR G Bussi JR Wasnesboro OEEA L CASEX DAVID DABBS J 0 Moss JAMES H ROSE JOHN E WARD HOWARD BRITT . J. T. BROOKSHIRE DURWOOD COLLINS JOE DABBS . . . EDWARD DAVIS . . BLAINE EATON . . EDWARD ELLIS GOLDIE HENRY . TILLIS HILL . . . 1' B HODGES . . CECIAL HOLLEY . JOHN E HUNTER . .Tumors Pledges WILLIAM B. JOHNSON . .... . . Laurel Shannon Lucedale Lula Darling Brookhaven . .Belden . Shannon . Shannon Horn Lake Taylorsville Heidelberg . Darling . .Laurel . .Wesson . Booneville . Lucedale KIRK W MCCORMICK . ...... Yazoo City EARNEST MCCRACREN ...... West Helena JOE PARKS . .......... Oxford JEROME SHAW ........ Slate Springs, WILLIAM SPENCER . ........ Jackson MELVIN WELFORD . ....... Leakesville J W WELLS ......... Waynesboro, ORVILLE YOUNG . ..... . . Smithville, 'Y 'Y L D K L A . 0 nm i DOOI I I '-7 ,' U B Jr MIss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss Miss Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss Miss. Miss. Miss Ark. Miss. Miss. Miss Miss Miss Miss. SOULE MCELROY O . . . , . O H . ', . . ...... H' , ' . u Y O n--...-..- , I 1 n n.-4nq-.so , tw s THOMAS L. HARVEY . . ....... Mathiston, Miss. . . . ........... , . . . ........... , . . . .......... , . ' v ' v ! i , . , . . . , ' 9 I 11 0 O , . , . . . , Y . , . ' r . . , . , . . , . Page 203 Founded 1904 Colors: Gold and White Flower: Red Rose Forty-two Active Chapters ALPHA LAMBDA CHAPTER Established 1927 O 0 l 0 0 A0 gf? 'SB Benson, W. H. Fedric, Gee, Newcomb, Wilson, McFarland, Sullivant, Statham, Wester6eld Moore, Sherman, Xlllatkins, Black, Bond, Conway. Cooney, Cowart, Denman, Dunagan, E. M Fedric, Gilliland, Milner, Morrison, Parks, Rodgers. Page 204 rv Fratres m Unrversvtate I D BENSON VVIIIIAM H FEDRIC O K GEE JR HUGO Nsvscoivm DAun WILSON JOE ALEX MCFARLANO JOHN N SULLINANT B D STATHAM CHARLES VVESTERFIELD S emors Juniors S ophomores Imax MOORE PRESCOTT SHERMAN JOHN W VVATKINS JOHN Louis BLACR CECIL BOND J B CONWAY LAWRENCE Coomsx DAvio COWART JR GENE DENMAN Ano DUNAGAN E M FEDRIC VVILSON B GIILILAND WALTER D MILNER THURMAN F MORRISON JOHN PARKS RAB RODGERS Anguila Charleston Carrollton Richton X azoo Cm Bax Springs Charleston McComb Columbia Oakland McComb Quitman MCCOOI VVax nesboro Tupelo Oxford Oxford Creems ood Hattiesburg Charleston Ne bitt Gulfport Tupelo Drew Tupelo M1 s Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss M1 s . . . Q Y v . .p . . . .' . . . . . . . . . . . , E-. 4 ' ' ,. . . ....... . . , . I . . . , . . . ........ , . . 7 . . . . . . . . . . , .. Y , . Y . , . ........ 1, . . Q , . . . . . ..... 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Page 206 Fratres fn Urine JACK GORDON EDDIE KNTGHT C. E. Smuzn Frater m Facultate T A B1cRERsTArF Fratres m Umversrtate HUGH BADDLEX S LELE BATES AL MOORE CHARLES NE LL RALPH SLEED PAUL DERTON GEORGE Doxomx CHARLES GALLOXKAX VV P MITCHELL E H NEIIL J C NEILL R H NEILL Semors J umors VVater l alley Gloster, Hattxesburg Elllsx 1lle Lafas ette Sprrngs Marks Jackson Gulfport Guntoun North Carrollton North Carrollton North Carrollton TOAEY HALL SMITH Poplarw :Ile S ophomores LEE ALFORD Gulfport ARTHUR DERRICR Goodman, ROBERT MCCORMICK BEN McCoy JAMES RoUsE ALoxzo S VVESTBROOk D M ANDERSON J P BILBO J H DANIEL J H FLOURNOX IPSER GERSUK LUTHER GRICE JULIAH IRVIINE VVILLIAM LASSITER BILLY MANN HENNING MAX FIELD ToM PEARsoN LAMAR PERNY CHARLES RAXBURN B1LL AILEN SM1THsow FRARR TATUM TATE THICPEN SAM VVAGNER THURSTON WVILKES GEORGE WINTER Hlckorw Oxford Gulfport, jackson New ton Pleas une Oxford Gulfport Gulfport Crx stal Sprlngs, Cry stal Sprmgs, Gulfport Grenada, Blue Mountam Pxcay une Pontotoc, Pontotoc, Goodman Tupelo, Plcas une Vlcksburg Pleas une, Independence Mlss Miss MISS MISS MISS MISS MISS Miss Mxss M1 s Mlss MISS MISS Mlss MISS Mxss Mnss Mlss MISS Mlss MISS Mlss Mlss MISS Mlss Miss Mxss Miss Mlss Mxss Mxss Miss Mnss Mxss Mass Mxss Mxss Mlss . 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Kinard, Barnes, L. Hutton Stockard. Page 208 Fratres m rlne E R ANDREXWS FRANK HFARD IIIKM I' II Nom. Hoocs JUIIAN H LYIFS 1 l6l I Founded 1915 Flower Blue Bell Twenty Actlve Chapters Fratres m Facultate OMICRCN CHAPTER P L RAINTVSATER HORACE B BROWN Fratres Umversrtate Tom KXNZER XVILTON BI ARS SIHIERLOCK HUI'roN HAROLD DAVIDSON SHIRLEY DAVIS BOYCE COLLINS . . WARREN DORSEY . Graduate S emors .Tumors S ophomores FRANK HART . .... . RUssELL JOHNSON . F. M. KINARD . . EDDIE BARNES . . LAWRENCE HUTTON C. CLYDE STocIcARD '1 okena Oxford Oxford PhIladelphIa Horn Lake . . .Oxford, Water Valley, . . Picayune, . . . Tula, .........-Iackson, Pledges . Vicksburg, . ........ Oxford, . . Grenada, MIS M1 s Miss MISS Mxss Miss Miss Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Establrslred I 92 7 0 0 . . ' ' ' .' ' .. XVI . . 4. . 'Les . U Colors: Blaclc and Turquoise Blue 0 . 0 . in ' ' I O Page 209 0 A0 0 f 47 'Q YEQI 48 ffm ea- wa' 1-A I 43 1 'FQ 'O' 1-1 Eaton, McKenzie, Morehead, Shirley, Torrey, Smallwood, Watts, Parker, Izard, Alderman, Ashley, Blackwood, Caldwell, Crockett, Felcler, Franks, Holder,gLackey, McBryde, McCarthy, Mills, Pittman, Spell, Williams, Wilson. SIGMA P Page 2l0 i I PSILCJN Fratres in Urine FRED B. PATTON CHARLES B. ROBERTS VVILSON ROBERTS Founded 1901 Colors: Royal Purple and Red Flowers American Beauty Rose and Frater In Facuftate I . VIOIets G. M. BOHLER Fratres m Unwersrtate S emors LOUIS AUDLER EATON! WVILLIAM H MCKENZIE THERMAL JOI MOREI-IEAD MELVI'-I L qi-IIRLEX XICTOR H TORREY Jumors DAVID SMALLIIOOD FRANTZ VV VVATTR JR S ophomores BENJAMIN F PARRER PHILLIPS H IZARD Pledges JESSE ALDERM KN WIRNICK E ASHLEX MACR T BLACRIIOOD RICHARD E CALDXN ELL ROBERT N CROCKEIT FRED FELDER DONALD FRABKS OWEN T HOLDER HAZEI. E LACKEY TOXIE MCBRXDE CARROLL E MCCARTHY RALPH U MILLS JACK PIITMAN ROBERT H SPELL J DAVID VVILLIAMS VERSIE L WILSON Sumrall Forrest Parchman Baldxwn Meadvrlle M159 MIS: MISC MIss MIss Oxford, MISS Bogalusa, L Foxw orth Georgetoss n, I' rookh ax en Rockport Baldvs yn, IntervIIIe Summ1t, Wheeler, Cormth Forrest Sumrall, Baldwy n Drew, MIss MISS MISS MISS MISS MISS MIQQ Miss MIss MIss MIss MIss MISS Bogalusa L Georgetow n, MISS Pelahatchle MISC Brookhax en MISS I . . . ....... , . . ...... . , . . .... , Qt. . n k , I I 1 1 1 p 1 A 1 'H' , a . , ,....... , . . V . . P, . . . . . .... I a. O , Q Q 1 1 1 1 A 1 v y n 7 . ' Y ' ! A I 1 ..-- Q Q . 1 , .I I ' f ' . . ....... , -. ' . ' ' . . .... . . . Drew, MISS. 1 I 1 VV. . . . . .,..... , . T . . ......... . I 1 . . . . ........ , . 1 ' n 0 1 u 0 1 1 1 n , 1 . I 0 n n 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 n . ,I . . ...... , . . . . ......... . . . . . . . . . . . . . , a. a Q D n 1 I n 1 1 v A . . ....... , .. - 7 . Page 2II Sixty-seven Active Chapters MISSISSIPPI ALPHA CHAPTER Established 1928 O 0 0 0 -O I fs' Q A 1 K 1 . Y r f 1 Q f ' 1 ' , 7 , ' ' . , ,. 't ' x ' , .X Sw if X . , 'X Feldman, Wander, Burk, Danzig, Dovith, Fink. Goldfarb, Seeman, Sievers, Turner, Brown stein, Wiener, Goldberg, Hirsch, Levine, Mostkoff. L I Page 2l2 Fratres m Unfversnfate L ws RFNCF Fm DM xx MosF VVANDFR FRED BURR II1Lx011 R DANZIC MELWIN VV Doxnu BEN FINK PAUL M GOIDFARB EDWARD SEEMAN LAURANCE J SIEVERS H ARNOLD TURNER S emors Jumors S ophomores FRED X BROVSNSIEIN' ISADORE D VVIENLR CHARLES GOLDBFRG CHARLES B HIRSCH HAROLD LEE LEVINE HAROLD MOSTKOIF Pledges Booklxn N X Chwrleston rlnth Rollmg Folk Rolhng Fork 'est Pomt X lClxNbU!'g Greenulle Greenulle VVebb Greenville Tum xler Mis M15 Mxw MISS MN Mus M1 s Miss Mxse Miss Mxss New York N Y Vxcksburg MISS Clarksdale Mxss Roeedale Mus . . . . . ' ' 1 ,' r f- ' . . . .. . . . . . . . . .. .' , gs. . 1 C.' u q 1 1 . 1 1 Q 1 1 . . u , 31 , .. 1 ' 4 ., '. . . . . ...... , -,. v ' , r ' ' 4 - ' . . ...... , -. .. . . . . . . . . . .VS : , es. ' " .. '. . , . ........ . , -. . . . . . . . . . ' , S. U V. . . . ...... , . . 1. . . . . . . . . " , L. 1 1- ' ' . , . ...... , . 1 ll 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Y , n . . . ....... , . . 1 0 1 1 1 s 1 1 1 ' , 1 no I 1 I 1 I 1 ' , n 7 O l n s n n 1 1 1 - , Lu Page ZI3 4 4 4? 9 Q Founded 1904 Colors: Purple and Gold Flower: White Carnation Thirty-two Active Chapters ALPHA SIGMA CHAPTER Estalnlislnecl 1935 O 0 0 0 V 5 5 x vb U vi' O .B 0 0 x llofg V , I 1 I D V f2,"' WW ' . '4 jifyt-i,1P"-,3ia'l AJ' "t'r'l:-Q' i ' , . iq, AN- ' -a. ,' I 1 v 7 Q ' Q o ol ' Q I QI Q 44 Q U ' Q ' n .', U Y- 'yl.3.' '-' , . 0 Sf ' ," 4 L "f -.. A . Q . . -- .19 l, U' fat S n.' gf 1, 1 5, . I O - 'we- 1.1 o ,. 1, Nr P.. 'o . ,152 V .fr .,,., o 1 I 'V usa ',.. 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COULTER, Chairnmzz MEMBERS DR. D. H. BISHOP DEAN E. L. lal.-XMMOND MR. -I. K. HAMM PROFESSOR XVEX RIALONE LYLE BATES CHESTER H. CURTIS l'l,-XRRELL RIONGER DAN RUSSELL Page 2I7 RGANIZATIONS '5 6- ,I--Ig , .,A, I " ,Q If, ' LY B . , G y S Ie ares Peter Gee Ramelle Eason u tennetr Chester C Dan Russell, Mary McGinnis, Margaret Treppendahll Mose Wfander ASSOCIATED STUDENT BODY GOVERNMENT OFFICERS LYLE BATES . . . . ...... ..... P resident PETER GEE . ..... . . . Vice-President RAMELLE EASON . . . .... Secretary . . . GUY STENNETT . . . . Treasurer LYLE BATES . . . PETER GEE . . . . RAMELLE EASON . . . GUY STENNETT . . CHESTER CURTIS . . . DAN RUSSELL .. . . . MARY ITICGINNIS . . . . IYIARGARET TREPPEND.AHL MOSE IVANDER .. . . . EXECUTIVE COUNCIL . . . . . . . . . . . . Gloster Y Carrollton, Hernando . Jackson, Clarlcsdale, . Gulfport, . . Sardis, VVoodville, Charleston, Miss Miss lVIiss lVIiss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss I I Page IIB RC-ETANIZATICNS McGinnis, Dixon, Rutledge Webb, Johnson WOMEN'S STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSCCIATION ADVISORY BOARD MISS ESTELLA G. HEELEY MRS. AI.-XRY L. DL'NC.AN MRS. LOUISE B. DLTNCAN OFFICERS OF EXECUTIVE COUNCIL DIARY R"ICGINNIS . .......,........,...... President DAISY LEE DIXON . .................. . . Vice-President MARGARET RUTLEDGE . . . . Vice-President CAROLINE WEBB . . . . . . . Secretary VVILLARD JOHNSON . . . . . . Treasurer LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL EDNA RUTH BENNETT KATIE HOLIXIES JANICE COLQUITT MARGARET lT"ICNICOL ROSA HEALY MARTH.A POPE EMILE SMITH RIARGARET TREPPENDAHL ERMA JO VVATSON MARY LETYIOYNE VVILKINSON Page 2l9 RGANIZATICN f Kennon, Milden, Adams, Hall, Hatha-me, Hossley, McClellan, NIcLarty, Neil, Stewart Pl KAPPA PI Hormrnry St'll0lI1SfiL' 1"r1zt1'1'11ily MEMBERS IN FACULTY DR. C. S. BROWN MISS RUTH NICNEIL DR. W. L. KENNON MR. W. C. SPEER, JR. DR. A. W. MILDEN MR. G. H. IVIEADOR MR. M. K. HORNE OFFICERS FAY HALL . . . . ....... . . . .President . . . . . . Vice-President LAWRENCE ADAMS CIORDON MEAIJOR . . . . . .Secretary and Treasurer MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY LAWRENCE ADAlX4S W. J. HOSSLEY FAY HALL , MARION MCCLELLAN LUCY LDTT HATHORNE CHESTER IVICLARTY MARY NEIL CDLLIER STEWART Page 220 R G A NIZATICDNS CHESTER H. CURTIS . . CHESTER IMICLARTY . . RICHARD KEYE Adams. Curtis, Ferris, Futrell, Gelman, Goldfarb, Guyton Hall, Hamilton, Hossley, Kemp, Kaye, lVlcLarty McLellan, Puckett, Quinn, Stewart, Tennyson, Wiener PHI ETA SIGMA Freshman Honorary Scholastic Fraternity Established 1929 FACULTY ADVISORS DR. C. S. SYDNOR OFFICERS DEAN R. M. GUESS . Senior Advisor ISADORE VVEINER . . . . . President PAUL GOLDFARB . . . . . Vice-President DAVID HARIILTON . . GEORGE L. ADAMS CHESTER H. CURTIS VVILLIAM L. FERRIS ROBERT F. FUTRELL ABRAHAM GELMAN PAUL M. GOLDFARB WILLIAM F. GUYTON JAMES F. HALL D. T. HAMILTON MEMBERS VVILLIAIXI HOSSLEY EMMETT D. KEMP RICHARD E. KEYE CHESTER A. IYICLARTY IMIARION S. MCLELLAN JAMES E. PUCKETT D. M. QUINN COLLIER STEWART SCOTT P. TENNYSON ISADORE D. WEINER Secretary Treasurer Historian I I Page 22I RGANIZA TICJNS Cockerham, Elliott, Fisackerly, Habeeb, Harvey Hodges, Mcliell, Morrison Moreton, Neill, Sneed, Wilson PHI CHI Professional flledical Fraternity Eastern, Founded University of Vermont, I889Q Southern, College, 18943 Consolidated, 1905 THETA PI CHAPTER Established 1926 FRATRES IN URBE W. W. PHILLIPS E. V. BRAMLETTE FRATRES IN FACULTATE H. H. MCCLANAI-IAN, JR. J. R. FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Seniors H. L. COCKERHAM, JR. T. L. .l'l.-XRVEY , H. R. ELLIOTT - F. B. Honoes, JR. J. S. FISACKERLY T. E. MCKELL ALFRED HABEEB M. E. MORRISON Louisville Medical E. S. BRAMLETTE SIMMS R. D. MORETON C. L. NEILL RALPH SNEED D. B. WILSON Founded to promote the standards and ethical conduct of the medical profession on the highest plane. Page 222 RGIANIZATIONS Adams. Barbour. Bramlezte. Brewer. Grantham. Harper Keesee. Nlartin. Minniece Phillips, Stigler. Vfindham, Wioody PHI DELTA PHI Irztcrzzatioizzzl Legal Fraternity Founded at University of Michigan in 1869 MAYES INN Established at Olr' bliss in 1927 FRATRES IN FACULTATE XVILLIARI HEMINOWAY THOBIAS C. KIBIBROL'GH JOHN H. Fox. JR. FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Seniors XVILLIAM H. BRADEN, JR. THOMAS M. KEESEE XVILLIARI A. STIGLER DOUGLASS M. BRAMLETTE BURKETT H. RI.-XRTIN EUGENE P. XVINDHAM NIATT H.-XRPER, JR. THOMAS Y. RIINNIECE XVELLS VV. VVOODY Juniors GEORGE L. AD.-IBIS NI.-XTHANIEL XV. ETHERIDGE, JR. VVILLIAM H. BARBOUR ROBERT G. GRANTHAM N'0RMAN C. BREXVER, JR. CHARLES XV. PHILLIPS Founded to promote a higher standard of professional ethics and culture in law schools and in the profession at large. i Page 223 R ANIZA T 1 12 1' Adams, Bates. Barrling. Booth. Brewer. Cain. Curtis. Gee, Harper Hall, Kemp, Minxuiece, Murphy, Neblett, Rounsaville R0b9l'SOI1, RUSSBII. Rodgers. Stewart. Seay, Sullivant. Nxfancler, Nwoody, Wilson, WoodliE BLUE KEY National Honor Fraternity UNIVERSITY OF MISSISSIPPI CHAPTER NIORMAN C. BREWER, JR. S ROBERT CAIN, JR. . . LLANT M. SEAY . . S LYLE BATES . R M. GUESS . . LAWRENCE ADAMS LYI.E BATES NICNEIL BARTLING RICHARD B. BOOTH NORRIAN BREWER, JR. I ROBERT CAIN CHESTER H. CURTIS PETER GEE Established 1929 OFFICERS MEMBERS NIATT H ARPER JAMES FAY HALL EMMETT D. KEBIP THOINTAS IMIINNIECE VVALTER IYIURPHY GEORGE R. NEBLETT LEON ROUNSAVILLE SHED ROBERSON DAN RUSSELL . . . Prc'sidz'rzt . . Vice-P1'e.s'i1lc'1zt . . . Secretary . . . . Treasurz'r . . Faculty ddvisor RAB RODGERS COLLIER STEWART CLANT M. SEAY JOHN SULLIVANT MOSE WANDER VVELLS VVOODY DAVIIJ VVILSON GEORGE WOODLIFF U I Page 224 ORG M ANIZATICJNS ? JOHN E. XVARD . . BILL NANCE RIADALY GEORGE BUTLER . RODGER DOXVLEN PxRTHl.'R DERRICK XVARREN DORSEY RODNEYGATES .. . . . XPEIT HAIN . . . LESTER PI.-XLPRIN CLAUDE SANDERS H. JOHNSON . . . CLAUDE KEIRN . . . . . . Baia Thrill Pi if mr jx min 5 THE CARDINAL CLUB iloxl to Visiting .ithirtiv Trains OFFICERS . ...... .... P rfsizlvlzt . . ...... . . TI'l'II,K4lll'l I' N RIC'HENRX'. . . . .......... Sponsor : .... Sigma Chi JOHN KLYKENDALL . . . Kappa Sigma TOM LACEY . . . Delia Kappa Epsilon . . . Pi Kappa Jlpha BILL NANCE . .... Phi Dalia Thrta . . Pi Phi Pi Kappa Jipha B. F. PARKER . . . . Sigma Phi Epsilon HUGH RATHER . . . Drila Tau Dalia . . Delta Psi JACK SCOTT . .... Jim Tau Oinfga . . . . Stuilml Body PRESCOTT SHERMAN . . . . Sigma Nu Stzuirnt B011-1' BILLY SPENCER . .... Pi Kappa Phi Sigma Jlpha Epsilon JOHN XVARD . ..... Pi Kappa Phi . . . Phi Kappa Psi IS.-XDORE XVEINER . . . . Pi Epsilon Phi Page 225 R GANIZATICJ Anderson, R. H. Davis, E. S. Davis, F. H. Ford, George, Gaines, H gg H fi ld Jh K K I1 L ' M II arts E , 0 nson, OOYHOS, l'aUC Moody, Moeller, Miller, McGaughy, Rather. Rockert, S ' , 3Ilm9l', AXWC Patterson, Patty, Parks rigIer, Smmpson, Sanford, Sherman AMERICAN SOCIETY CDF CIVIL ENGINEERS OFFICERS H LYBERT PATTERSON . . ....... Preslzlcnt G. L. KOOMOS . . . ..... Vzce Preszdent CLYDE MAXWELL . . Treasurer HENRY MOELLER . . . . Secretary MEMBERS W. C. ANDERSON, JR. C. V. MAXWELL R. H. DAVIS E. S. DAVIS F. H. DAVIS, JR. . F. GAINES T E. T. GEORGE M. F. HARTSFIELD D. J. HOGG H. JOHNSON, JR. G. L. KOOMOS R. H. KRAUCH E. H. LATIMER J. M. MCGAUGHY E. J. MILLER, JR H. A. MOELLER C. G. MOODY J. S. PARKS H. F. PATTERSON J. W. PATTY H. H. RATHER L. N. ROCKETT P. B. SANFORD P. A. SHERMAN E. H. SIMPSON J. Q. STIGLER Page 226 RGAANIZATION Abdo, Allred, Begin, Blackwell, Bornman, Broolshire, Bryan, Burghard, Caver, Crenshaw Dabbs. Davis, DelVliller, Duckworth, Easley, Eaton, Eley. Fink, Frith. Furr Hall, Hickman, Hossley, Jones, E. Jones, Longmire, lVlCBI'yde. lVlcCoI'miclc, McKnight. Pettcy Posey, Puckett, Ray, Rosetti, Sample, Sumners, Turnage, Whayne, Ward, Weeks THE PHARMACY CLUB This group is 001111105011 of thx' nzrfnlbffs of Ihr Svhool of Plznrnzzuy J. B. CAVER .. .. TOXEY' MCBRYIJE . . J. M. LONGMIRE . . VV. J. HOSSLEY . . E. L. HAMMOND . . G. E. AEDO L. C. IALLRED S. L. BEGIN HINDS BLACKWELL A. J. BORNMAN J. T. BROOKSHIRE VV. E. BRYAN H. L. BURGI-IARIJ J. B. CAVER A. E. COLLINS C. P. CRENSHAVV BETTY DABBS R. A. DAVIS E. A. DEMILLER J. W. DUCKWORTII OFFICERS MEMBERS L. T. EASLEI' A. L. EATON C. N. ELEY BEN FINK J. D. FRITII G. C. FURR O. C. GRIGSBI' M. C. HALL J. A. HICRMAN JACK HOOD VV. J. HOSSLEX' E. P. JONES W. D. JONES J. M. LONGMIRE lJI'l'A'l1ll'IIl l'i1'z'-Pwsiflffzzt . . Sl'1'rc'I11ry . fl1l'FIl3'llI'f'l' . . Fzzvulty flzlviszr T. H. MCBRYOE K R. A. MCKNIGHT C. V. PETTEY F. M. POSEY E. E. PUCRETT A. E. RAY T. J. ROSETTI C. K. SAMPLE H. E. SUMNERS J. L. TURNAGE M. O. VVHAYNE M. E. WELFORD J. E. WARD CARL WEEKS Page 227 . W. MCCORMICR GAN A I Adams, Bwnks. Ffartiing, Flares, Beach, Blundvll. Booth. Bornman, Brewer. Buffaloe. Cain, Campbell. Casey Clark, Cooper, Crawford, Cun ningham, Curtis. Davis, Dodd, Dovith, Ellsworth. Etheridge, C. Fair, D. Fair, Fedric. Feldman, Fis.Icl'ez'ly, Gee, Hall, Hamlin. Hill, Holley James. Kemp. LaBarre. McDonald, Martin, MaSl1burn, Massengill, Moore. Moreton. Manger, Ne-bleu. Neill. Phillips, Pitts, Portwood, Pros pere, Reid, A. Russell, D. Russell, H. Sanders. OL Sanders, Seay. Shelhv, Smith, Spenrer, Spraherry, Stennett, Stephenson, Stewart, Stigler Tatum. Xvallace, Xvander, Xvard, Vfilroy, G. YVOOCI. T. Xwood. Xvoodlig, Woody. OLE MISS YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION OFFICERS XVELLS VVOUDY, JR. . . . . Prwsidvnf NORMAN BREWER . . . . Secrerary LAWRENCE .ADAMS . . .... I'ia'-Prrsidrnt CHARLES FAIR , .... . Treasurer R. lVlAI.COI.M GUESS . . . . G1-firm! Saw-fury CABINET AIIZNIBERS IZATIONS L. ADAMS T. Y. BANRS MCNEIL BARTLING LYLE BATES JOHN BEACH GEORGE P. BLUNDELL R. B. BOOTH JAMES A. BORNMAN NORMAN BREWER GEORGE BL'I-'FALOE SAMUEL R. CAIN COLIN CAMPBELL O. F. CASEY J. A. CLARK L. O. COOPER VV. VV. C RAWEORD HUGH CUNNINGHAM CHESTER H. CURTIS HOWARD DAVIS SPURGEON DODD MELVIN DOVITII lX10RGAN EI,I,sWOR'I'II GEORGE ETHRIDCE YVILLIAM ETHRIDGE CHARLES FAIR lj.-AVIS FAIR NV. H. FEDRIC L.-XVVRENCE FELDMAN JAMES FIS.-XCKERLY O. K. GEE FAT' HALL W. G. HAMLIN JOHN T. HII,I, CECIL HOI,I.EX' WM. H. JAMES EMMETT D. KEMP GEORGE LABARRE LEO lVlCDONAI.D BURRETTE lVl.-XRTIN HUGHES MENIJEI. LEON MASHBURN FRANK NI.-XSSENGILL ALFRED MOORE ROBERT D. 'MORETON HAL MONGER GEORGE NEBLETF CIIARLES L. NEIL CHARLES W. PHILLIPS RECBEN S. PI1'rS R. D. PUR'I'Xk'00D VINCENT VV. PROSPERE HUGH L. REID A ALBERT RUSSELL DAN RUSSELL HERMAN SANDERS O'DEI.I, SANDERS CLANT SEAT ROBERT C. SHLLBY J. B. SMITH J. L. SPENCER ARCHIE SPRABERRI' GUY STENNETT C. C. STEPHENSON COLLIER STEWART VV. A. STIGLER JETSON TATUM JAMES VVALLACE MOSE XVANDER J. E. XVARD LAKE VVILROY G. P. VVOOD RICHARD T. XVOOD GEORGE VVOODLIFF YVELLS VVOODY Page 228 O AAN IZATI -Ri- 'Y 56" -1 3' Aldridge, Austin, Battaile, Bennett, Bullock, Cowart, Dixon, Eason, Gillespie, Hargis, Horne, James, Kirk, Lightcap, lVlacNicol, McClelland, McCoy, McCracken, McGinnis, Mcfiowen Martin, Mosby, Pope, Rish, Schmitt, Siegel, Smith, Somerville, Speed, Stevens, Tindall, Trotter, Truly, Yvatson, XX'eems, Whitehead, Williams, Winn. YOUNG WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATICN VYIOLA JAMES . . . LENOIR MCGOWEN ETHELXNYN STEVENS ONITA ALDRIDGE . . 0NiTA AALDRIDCE HELEN BATTA1LE EDNA RUTH BENNETT GENE BULLOCK SARA VV. COVVART DAISY L. DixoN RAMELLE EASGN SARAH B. GILLESPIE ANNIE L. HARGIS LOUISE HORNE VIOLA JAMES MARGARET KiRR OFFICERS CABINET RIEMBERS .ANNE LiGHTCAP MARGARET MACNICOL ANNA L. lVlCCLELL.-XND ROSE M. MCCOY MARX' MCCRACREN MARY L. MCGINNIS LENOIR MCGOXK'EN MARGARET E. MARTiN MARGARET Mossr MARTHA A. POPE MARGARET RTSH LOUISE SALOMAN NETTIE SCHMITT ZELDA SIEGEL . . . Presizz'ent . Virc-Prc'sirler1t . Secretary . Treasurer VIRGINIA SMITH KEITH SOMERVILLE ANNA A. SPEED ETHELYNE STEVENS COURTNEY TINDALL SUE M. TROTTER ELSIE M. TRULX' CLARA VVATSON MART E. VVEEMS JANET VVHITEHEAD ANN VVILLIAMS EVELYN VVINN' Page 229 at GAN IZATI NS 8 'S' Barnes. Beach, Bilbo, Brame, Brooks. Broom. Cook, Cosnahan, Currie, Forrnen1, Gardner, Gartin, Gilliam. Grice, Hall, Hamilton, Harun, Hutton, L. Johnson, W. Johnson, Jordan. Keye, Longmiie. Love, McDade, E. McDonnell, W. McDonnell, Nlaxwell, DelVliller, Nlonger, Moore, Morrison, Nlounger, Nlurphree, Neill, Olden, O,lVlara, Parker, Payne. Perkins. Platt, Rovals. Simpson, J. Simpson. Shell, Shippey, Smith, Webster, XVood, WoodliH. JAMES ROYALS . . . GEORGE VVOODLIFF ALEX GILLIAM . . ED NICDONNELL . SPENCER BARNES JOHN BEACH CLAUD BILBO OLLIE BRAME VVILL BROOKS STEWART BROOM JOHNNY COOK BRISTER COSNAIIAN HECTOR CURRIE BRENT FOREMAN THOMAS GARDNER CAROL GARTIN ALEX GlI,LlAM LUTHER GRICE MORGAN HALL DAvID HAMILTON HERMEAN LITERARY SOCIETY Foundfd at 1110 L'nifvfr.fi1y of illlixsissippi, 18,18 OFFICERS NIEIXIBERS STKES HARTIN LEE JOHNSON WVILLIAM JOHNSON CHARLES JORDAN RICHARD KEYE MIDDLETON LONGMIRE CHARLES LOVE HUGH MCDADE ED MCDONNELL VVILL MCDONNELL JEROME lVlAXVVE'Ll. EDDIE DEMILLER HARRELL MONGER HAL MOORE ERNEST MORRISON BILLY MOUNGER TOM MURPHREE EUGENE NEILL . . .President Vice-President . . . Secretary . Treasurer SAM OLDEN LAVVRENCE OLDEN EMM ETI' O'MARA PERCY PARKER ALEX PAYNE BILLY PERKINS ARTHUR PLATT JAMES ROYALS EUGENE SIMPSON J. A, SIMPSON DAN SHELL PAUL SHIPPEY ARTHUR SMITH JAMES VVEBSTER CLYDE WOOD GEORGE VVOODLIFF Page 230 RGANIZATI 2,1 Davidson, Holloman. Johnson, Joyner, Lemly. Litton, Miller Murphy, Read, Sh:-Iman, Speer. Stephens. Tennyson, Tipton Treanor, Turner, Vvagner, Vfestbrook, Wilroy, Nwirherspoon, Xvhirten, Xvells PHI SIGMA LITERARY SOCIETY OFFICERS LAKE xR7ILROY , . . . President JOHN STEPHENS . . BILL JOLLEY . . . . . Vice-President SCOTT TENNYSON . ALONZO XVESTBROOK . . . . Secretary TOM SHERM.AN . . MEMBERS J.-XBIES BEARD HAROLD D.-KX'IDSON HERRIAN HOLLONI.-KN BEN JOHNSON BILL JOLLEY BILLY JOYNER JAMES LEMLY BILL LITTON JOHN RIILLER HUGH RIURPHY ED READ TOM SHERMAN JOHN SPEER EDGAR STEPHENS JOHN STEPHENS SCOTT TENNYSON FRANK TINDALL JULIUS TIPTON VVALLACE TRE.-XNOR HOMER TL'RNER SAM XVAGNER ALONZO XVESTEROOK LAKE XVILROY JOHN XVITHERSPOON J. VV. XVHITTEN ERSKINE VVELLS Treasurer . . Cfifit' Reporter I I Page 23I RGANIZATION JAMES P. BIEDENHARN JOHN Q. POINDEXTER . ROBERT S. CAIN . . JAMES PRIESTLY . WILLIAM CASSEDI' . . JOHN CARRUTI-I . . MILLER CLARK . . JAMES CLARK . . VVRENNIE COCKE . . MARVIN H.ARTSFlELD . l10'.'l'ARD COCKERHAM . . PAUL KLOTZ . . . . LOUIS EATON . . . MELVIN SHIRLEY . . CHARLES FAIR . . DAVIS FAIR . . ra lr? 'SI' Biedenharn, Poinclexter, Cain, Priestly. Cassedy, Carruth, M. Clark, J. Clark Cocke, Hartsfield, Cockerham, Klotz, Eaton, Shirley, C. Fair, D. Fair Fedric, Newcomb, Hambrick, Jones, Harvey, Brookshire, Mitchell, Sanders Sours, Steplienson, Williams, Wfoodliff, Wilroy, Reed, Brownstein M. O. A. K. S. Plonorarj Society for Seniors M EMBERS . .Sigma Chi . . Sigma Chi . Delta Psi . . .Delta Psi . .Beta Theta Pi . , .Beta Theta Pi . . Alpha Tau Omega . Alpha Tau Omega . . Delta Tau Delta . Delta Tau Delta . . Phi Kappa Psi . . Phi Kappa Psi . Sigma Phi Epsilon . . Sigma Phi Epsilon . Phi Della Theta . Phi Della Theta VVILLIAM FEDRIC . . HUGO NEVVCOMB . . MARION HAMBRICK VVALTER JONES . . FEHOMAS HARVEY . . JAMES BROOKSHIRE . . . HENDERSON MOORE . . PETE MITCHELL . . O'DELI. SANDERS . . WILLIAM SOURS . . C. C. STEPHENSON . B. FRANK VVILLIAMS GEORGE WOODLIFF . LAKE WILROY . . ED REED . . . . FRED BROWNSTEIN . . . . Sigma Nu . . .Sigma Nu . . Kappa Sigma . Kappa Sigma . . Pi Kappa Phi . . Pi Kappa Phi . Pi Kappa Alpha . Pi Kappa Alpha . . . Kappa Alpha . . .Kappa Alpha Delta Kappa Epsilon Sigma Alpha Epsilon Sigma Alpha Epsilon .. . .PhiPiPhi . . Phi Pi Phi . . Pi Epsilon Phi Page 232 GA Bradford, Brannon. Bullock. Chase, Eason Garrett, Henderson, Horne MacNicol, Nolan, Scruggs, Treppendahl, Vvilkinson THE PIX Inler-Sorority Society MEMBERS LAURA BRADFORD RAMELLE EASON EARLE DEAN BR.-XNNON BI.-XRY EVELYN GARRETT GENE BULLICK RI.-XRGARET HENIJERSKJN KI.-XRTHA CHASE LOUISE HGRNE RIARGARET MACNICOL FRANCES NOLAN RIARGARET TREPPEND.AHL RIARY LERIOYNE XVILKINSGN NIZATI S 4 6- J...y I I Page 233 ANI ATI NS an . fu? RL SSFLI. LINDSEY . . E F YERBY.. . 7ENO IVIANGUM . . THOMAS BANKS BRUCE CAUSEY ,ALEX GILLIAM A. B. FURLOVV GEORGE GREEN HAROLD LEYINE E I' XvERBY,DiI'f'l'lI1l' QAM ATKINSON CHESTER MCI.AR'rs' I . -., X """' '1 ' - ' I ITI' AA-Q f"FS1l9If - S ,E S 'SIUZX K., -,V OLE MISS MUSICAL CLUB OFFICERS . . Prrxidmzt JAMES XV.-XLLACE . . . . I'icc-Prfsidnzf LAURA T. MARTIN . . . . . . S1'c'l'1'l11ry A, G. BOWEN . . . . ,-Iccompamst R. M. GUESS . .... Businrsx Jvlanager RIENIBERS OF THE CHORUS First Twzor GEORGE BUFFALOE BILLY DEES GEORGE MCLEAN Svfonzl Tnzor FAY H.AI,l. SAMUEL STAGGERS LARCHIBALD STURDWANT Baritolzf' HLINLEX' HINM.'XN RUSSELL LxKDSEx' JOHN IVIILLER Bass ZENO MANGUM ROBERT PERRY JAMES B. YVALL ACE FRANK TIND.-XI,L SAM BIGHAM HOM ER TURNER CLYDE XVOOD LUKE YVOOD H. L. REID THE MISSISSIPPIANS PAUL PAGE INIARSIIALL MULHERIK HOMER CORI FX VVILI,E'l"l'E DUCKWORTH JOE PENIK A. G. Bonn S ENOR ROSENDO CABALLERO JACK RIGCIN 1 I Page 234 R GEANIZATIONS '39 'T.?',' D is Kennon Eason WHT1d8f, Gra'ntham STUDENT DANCE COMMITTEE 'HG- '?" HOWARD DAVIS . . . .Exafuliwf Chairnzan DR. VV. L. KENNON . . . . . . Fnfulty Cvllfliflllflll 'XIISS RABIELLE EASON . . . . Girls' Chairman 'XIOSE VVANDER . .... . . . Floor Chairman EDWIN GRANTH.-XM . . ..... . .Decoration Chairman FLOOR COMMITTEE LYLE BATES AL'DLER EATON O. K. GEE CHESTER CURTIS VVILLIARI SOURS C. C. STEPHENSON XVELLS VV. VVOODY JOHN RICKS TVILLIABI CASSEDY NORMAN BREWER JAMES ROSE HAROLD BIONGER BIATTHEVV H.ARPER GEORGE ETHRIDGE PETE SHELBY OSCAR DOOLEY RIELVIN DOVITH LAKE TVILROY JIGGS NEBLETT GLY STENNETT C. N. JONES HOXX'ARD JAMES TVILLIAM STIGLER J. B. SMITH I I Page 235 R A IZATI S -'K 5 S. IVlcAlpin, Battaile, Bernard, Coonev. Ford. Gleason, Henry, Herron, Hossley, Liberto, McCormick. McCormick, McLaughlin, McNamara, Mavar, Milner, Nigro. Parker, Rhyne, Roserti, Rutledge, Schmitt, Schmitt, Schug, Smith, Watson, Wentworth. CATHOLIC CLUB The Catholic Club of the University of Mississippi was first organized in October, 1934, un- der the creative leadership of Father Hugh Taylor. This year the Club was reorganized and is now afiiliated with the Newman Club, a nationally known Catholic organization. The present chaplain is Father llIcAlpin. HELEN BATTAILE . BION VVENTVVORTH HELEN BATTAILE . D.AX'E BERNARD . . LAWRENCE COONEY FRANK FORD . . . DAVID GLEASON . ciEORGE GLIDER . . ARVINE HENRY' . . CHARLES HERRON VVILLIAM HCJSSLEY J. R. LIBERTO . . IQIRK RICCURMICK . . . OFFICERS . . President ELIZABETH VVATSON. . . Secretary . Vice-Presidezzt BILL HOSSLEY . . . . Treasurer MEMBERS . Jackson, Miss. EDVVARD llI'IClNAMARA . . . Boston, Mass. . . Baldwyn, Miss. NICK RIAVAR . ....... Biloxi, llliss. . . Oxford, lliiiss. VVALTER RTILNER . . . Ocean Springs, llliss. Hattiesburg, Miss. ANTHONY NICRO . . . Reading, Mass. . Meridian, Miss. PERCY PARKER . . .... Canton, lkliss. . Vicksburg,iMiss. ARTHUR RHYNE . . . Pass Christian, Miss. New Haven, Conn. TONY ROSETTI . . . . . Biloxi, llliss. . . Canton, Miss. RIARGARET RUTLEDGE McComb, Miss. . Vicksburg, Miss. ANDREW' SCHINIITT . ..... Shaw, Bliss. lVest Point, Bliss. NETTIE SCHMITT . . . Shaw, lVIiss. . Yazoo City, Miss Miss . l'lAROLD SCI-lL'G . . . HARRY SMITH . . . REBECCA RICCORMICK . . . . Laurel, EDNVARD ll'ICLAl'GHLIN . . . Liberty, BIoN VVENTWORTII . . Ocean Springs, lliiss. lVIiss. ELIZABETH VVATSON . . Utica, N. Y. . . Jackson, lVIiss. Greenville, Bliss. ' I Page 236 6 RANIZ ATI Adams Booth, Cooper, Crosby, Currie, Danzig, Donald, Dovith Hamilton, Hosey, Keye, lVIcDade, Maxwell, Minniece, Perry Russell, Tennyson, Wall, Whitehead, W'oodIiH. OLE MISS DEBATING COUNCIL VV. DXVIGHT XVENTZ, III5fI'llt'f0I' COOPER ADAINIS DICK BOOTH OWEN COOPER ISIENNETH CROSBY HECTOR CIQRRIE ELLIOTT DANZIO JOHN SHARP DON RIELVIN DOVITH D.AVID HAMILTON CECILIA HOSEY MEMBERS ALD RICHARD KEYE HUGH RIGID.-XDE JEROME IXIIAXYVELL 'THOIXIAS IXIINNIECE ROBERT PERRY ALBERT RL'ssELL SCOTT TENNYSON ROBERT XVALL LIJCILLE XVHITEHEAD GEORGE VVOODLIFF Page 237 BATES, RUSSELL, WANDER, WOODY TI-IE 1936 HELL CDF FHIVIE LYLE BATES GLOSTER, MISSISSIPPI DAN RUSSELL MOSE WANDER GULFPORT, MISSISSIPPI CHARLESTON, MISSISSIPPI WELLS WooDY TCHULA, MISSISSIPPI In the annual contest sponsored by the Mississippian, the above 'stu- dents were selected as the most outstanding at Ole Miss by an impartial committee appointed by Dr. A. B. Butts, Chancellor of the University, R. Malcolm Guess, Dean of Meng Mrs. Louise Duncan, Womens Stu- dent Advisorg Lyle Bates, President of the.Associated Student Body, and Wells Woody, President of the Y. W. C. A. Being selected as 'k a member of the I-Iall of Fame is the highest honor that can be bestowed f upon an Ole Miss student. Pg 238 V6'Cii.46lfIfLZVLfA M . MILDRED MR. ROY MR. AUBREY SEAY MR. ROBERT MRS. ST G BRUN Manager L KLINGM Dedicated to tlve Cheerful Service of the Student Body of tlre University d OLE MISS CAFETERIA UNIVERSITY, MISSISSIPPI COMPLIMENTS OF SOUTHERN COAL COMPANY Incorporated MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE ALEX LOEB, INC. Meridian and University Mississippi CLOTHING FOR EVERY OCCASION ATHLETIC GOODS FOR EVERY SPORT Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention P. O. Box 190 Telephone 248 MERIDIAN, MISSISSIPPI UNIVERSITY, MISSISSIPPI Oh crystal clear, we draw you near To see what we can seeg The dirt spill out, show us about Ole Miss fraternity- Oh, D. K. E., oh, D. K. E., You lads so nice and gentle, Now take C. C.-"Oh, d-ear, oh me- Let's don't get sentimentalf, This phrase does show, how things do go In that frat's lordly file- The "Yoo-Hoo" boys have got the poise That makes a he-man smile. Pkfkfk Let's look at Beta Theta Pi To see how things with them lie. With Wrinkle Ben Cavers Their destiny wavers. ' They rate pretty well-but why??? Plf7i4?if The crystal shows a mixed-up scene About the Sigma Chis. A "cooping," drinking, gambling gang, A rowdy bunch of guys. Their biggest man has sex appeal Which "A's" to him do lure, Typical of those gay pursuits I-Ie bears the name of Brewer. Pkekvk The D. T. Dfs take the rhyme- A bunch as sour as a lime. They should leave off the last D, and be called the D. Tfs. And be what they have most the time. "QUALITY SINCE 1877" A. S. BARBORO 8: CO WHOLESALE FRUITS, VEGETABLES PRODUCE The Southss Most Modern Fruit and Produce House COMPLIMENTS OF DIXIE FUELS MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE I Phi Delts sing of their "Dream Girl"- Oh, lovelorn, hapless band. They know they'll never win a lass Lest Morpheus lends a hand. Russell and Fair become big shots And take their righteous stand, To rid the campus of the wrongs Which lurk on every hand. The Phi's think that they're the stuff- The best that's in the land. But see-their one-time fertile soil Ts now choked down with sand. Saint Antony, if you could see The Hall that bears your name. And funnier still, the lads that fill And live within the same. The Barbour boys fthe women's joysj Sew up the whole law school- They flash on high the cross of Psi And "A's" they each do pool- Lomax and Cain, with words inane For Don Juans place their bids, Who knows but yet, style will be set By pants as short as Mid's? T. C. COLLAS AND COMPANY HIGH GRADE FOODS Coffee Roasters Specializing for Institutions Gold Medal Flour MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE WHERE QUALITY COUNTS LUCE PRODUCTS INC. ASSOCIATED WITH LUCE FARMS Serving Mississippi with Wgetable Products p Growers and Shippers of Paper A Shell Pecans LUCEDALE. MEMBERS NCA 'lui' MISSISSIPPI P L INC Now take K. A. and you will say, A very motley crew. With high-school Gates, who seeks his COMPLIMENTS OF mm' LAWRENCE PRINTING With Freshmen very new. And look at Gorden, who's playing war- den, COMPANY, inc. By locking up a widow. He has his hopes-she knows the ropes- GREENWOOD, MISSISSIPPI That guy will never kid her. The entire crew was in a stew, Their ranks were wan and thin. It saved their name, and campus fame To get those transfers in. DEMENT PRINTING CO. LITHOGRAPHERS PRINTERS, BINDERS EN GRAVERS OFFICE SUPPLIES We Sen Everything for the Office MERIDIAN, MISSISSIPPI The theme song of S. A. E. Called "Violets', is sour- On glancing at the Ole Miss hunch, They picked the wrong Hower. ILet's make some changes in that song. The tune's all right - the words are wrong., "Sig Alph for thee, Sig Alph for thee, They have more than the rest. Sig Alph for thee, old S. A. E. A jug should he their crest. Their gang's so large they do not know Their pledges' names who come and go. IOne in each home by forty-fo', Oh, blessed S. A. EJ" MISSISSIPPI SCHOOL SUPPLY COMPANY Serving Mississippi Schools SCHOOL. CHURCH AND THEATRE EQUIPMENT ATHLETIC EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES TABLETS, PEN CILS AND IN KS JACKSON MISSISSIPPI O Your Friend- ROBERT X. WILLIAMS, JR. 'LU7167' and Manage? LYRIC THEATRE OXFORD, MISSISSIPPI The Kappa Sigs, a bunch of prigs, Under Woody,s guiding wing, Such self-reform, from Viceis storm, And Virtues praises sing- But we ask now, just exactly how Such radical change can be, When the conduct of Woody, one time was quite shoddy- Uust ask him 'bout R. O. T. CI Oh, Bates and Moore Are Kings no more Their power is A thing of yore So Chopin,s funeral march now Play And hang the crepe for Pi K. A. In politics they've lost their sway Their machine has died and passed away. LAEGRATORY APPARATUS Only Complete Stock in the South LAUNDRY, DRY CLEANING AND HATTERY SUPPLIES 1706 08 10-12 First Ave. Birmingh Al BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA L D' Pl 3 4171 CABELL ELECTRIC COMPANY WHOLESALE I Electrical Supplies Natural Gas Supplies Industrial Supplies DISTRIBUTGRS OF PHILCO RADIO JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI F 1: 't C ll d Cl - - - ra erm Y' 0 age an ass W11son-Sudlow Eng1neer1ng Jewelry C 0111 an Commencement Announcements P y Invitations, Diplomas Refmgeratron Contractors Statfoner to the Senior Class of C07lSlJ.7ft71.g E71.g7Tl667'S University of Mississippi b I Distri utors or L' SAllison Defrosting Systems and Valves Manufacturing Jewelers and Stationers m the South A-I-TLEBORO, MASS. 177 SOUTH FRONT ST. MEMPHIS, TENN. Tomlinson Jewelry Store Jewefry and Gifts West Side of Square Oxford, Miss. There's not much to dear Sigma Nu, As any one can tell- Since the Wilroy guy left Phi Pi Phi Itys getting along quite well- The S. P. Efs do not appear Within the Crystal's Scrimmage, For there must be a subject Or there can be no image. :ja ri: :la Pansies for their button holes, High perfume makes them reelcg Inflated with their very selves, Prudish, mild and meek, Satisfied when smitten to Invert the other cheek! COMPLIMENTS ELLIOTT LUMBER COMPANY W. W. ELLIOTT, Owner All lcinds Building Materials Lumber, Roofing, Cement, Plaster, Lime, Bricli, Laths, and Mill Work COMPLIMENTING YOUR TASTE I CAFETERIA'S ICE CREAM Made of BLUE RIBBON CREAMERY JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI "PET FANCY" Mix A Vim Vigor Vitality France had its Napoleon, With plans so broad and spacy, Pi Kappa Phi finds such a guy In "democratic" Casey. But awaiting that great general Was a smarting Waterloo, For politics his fate did fix And got him in a stew. History brings us a moral From out that topic stormy- 'qWhat's the good a general, Unless he has an army?" COMPLIMENTS Ole Miss Dry Cleaners EILSON'S . In Oxford Since 1839 ' MISSISSIPPPS OLDEST STORE UNIVERSITY CAFE The finest of foods and the most considerate of service has always been the aim of the University Cafe. As enthusiastic followers of all student activities, the proprietors have shown that they have your interests at heart. TOM AND SPIRO THE REASON WHY That MOLLOY-MADE covers have been used on so many of the nation's leading annuals over a long period of time is testimony to the fact that they really do represent more value. The OLE MISS, like many other leading annuals, started using MOLLOY-MADE covers "away back when"-and the IVIOLLOY trademark on the cover of this 1936 issue is the best evidence of an eminently satisfactory standard of quality and service throughout the country. THE DAVID MOLLOY PLANT THE s. K. SMITH COMPANY 2857 NORTH WESTERN AVENUE CHICAGO, ILLINOIS Moses in the bullrushes Now talk of campus Courtin' In a bygone day A. T. O.'s will take the prize. Became 3 mighty leader Pollard takes McHenry in, To uphold his peoples Sway' And Pros subdues Mooneyes. Th l ' ' lf 6 ta C again repeats use If Cupid wanted lessons At Ole Miss this very day H h ld ' ' h . See how Moses does help the He- e S ou Interview t ose guys brew boys They know the leading questions T0 trod the narrow Way, And answers to the uWl'lyS.,, EVERYTHING FOR THE BAKER 'iWhere can I get it?" is never a hard-to-answer ques- tion for bakers who know how large and complete a stock we carry-Machinery, Equipment, Store Fix- QF tures, Specialties, Tools and Food Supplies. S K 'I' O . Representing 110-118 North Peoria Street ' ' Southern Branch Company 275 South Front St. MEMPHIS "Trusted Thousands of Times Each Year" GATHRIGHT-REED DRUG COMPANY The Rexall S tore OXFORD, MISSISSIPPI NEILLQS JEWELRY AND GIFT SHOP Offers you the very smartest jewelry, China, Silver, American and Imported Pottery. Gifts for All Occasions. Fraternity and Sorority Crests will be placed on any item selected. OXFORD, MISSISSIPPI GOLF, TENNIS AND ALL ATHLETIC SUPPLIES The Finest Brands in General Hardware, Fixtures, Tools, Cutlery PORTER HARDWARE COMPANY OXFORD, MISSISSIPPI H. D. WEBSTER CO. DEPARTMENT STORE Featuring a complete line of Hart Schaff- ner 86 Marx and Curlee Clothes, Stetson and Style Park Hats, Manhattan and Riegal Shirts, Co-ed Dresses and Nunn-Bush and American Lady Shoes. OXFORD, MISSISSIPPI PRINTING FOR STUDENTS Dance Bids, Cards, Stationery, Programs, Tickets, Placards, I-Iandbills, Booklets, and Everything in the Printing Line I THETOIZFIOIRDMEAGLE PHONE 1 80 Combhments of A CITY CLEANERS WE APPRECIATE YOUR PATRONAGE OXFORD, MISSISSIPPI I p I People do not think alike, any more than they look alike, yet all those who eat at COLLEGE INN e 0 e impulse in common-they all appreciate Courtesy, Friendliness, and above all Good F DO YOU KNOW about all of the things which make COLLEGE INN famous? KTOM and SPIRO will appreciate your visit.j Ear at COLLEGE INN Oh, sing a song for Chi O girls, Their eyes as soft as pearls, Their eyes on the men, Gaines, Garrett, and Wynn, Oh, they're the girls who never walk. At nothing would they balk. Oh, yes, typical Chi O girls. PICPKDI4 Little Miss Treppa Sat on a steppa Figuring out a way To get Tri Delta Back where it hadda Been on a former day. :lf Pk Pk So with guns and tears She worked three years To get a perfect pledge, And as all was working fine They were found shooting lines, And yes, necking in the hedge. Oh, the girls-the Phi Mu A nub from every patch, They give and they take, They do and they make Of man a weary match. is :lf wk And Eason is the reason Why men wear long pants. Phi Mu love is in season, Just necking ainit no sense Plffkflf girls A Kappa Delta from Vinegar Bend MacNicol was her name. She swore her troth to dear K. D There's no one else to blame. fkvlffk She pledged a gal named Thomason Who hailed from "Shelby," too We hear they promised her Miss Ole Miss So you can bet they've work to do PK Apologies to each and all, Whom this jingle has offended. 'Twas written just to fill this space- No malice was intended. WE OFFER THE BEST IN GOOD THINGS TO EAT "TRY ONE OF OUR DELICIOUS STEAKS' MACK'S CAFE Open All Night 'T' fix X ' "CLASS OF I956" It is our hope that this volume of the OLE MISS will in no small measure merit your commendation because of our thoughtful and careful attention to every photographic detail in the composition of this book. Drop By To See Us When Uptown COFIELD'S STUDID OXFORD, Mississippi All Retouching Work on Annual Photos Done by MR. CURTIS F. WALKER ALGOMA, Mississippi if HE WORLD'S LARGEST PUBLISHERS CF COLLEGE AN N UALS EN sonl PRINTING CO. NASHVILLE KTENN lsAnaZpAn'ml:s M1010 1201, 0 Uwflc 6510 aj' VV Che Cgdifor and usbzess cuzaqer Qykslz fo Kbcuzk The Administration for co-operating with us at all times. Mr. David Bloom for his contributions to the Sports Sec- tion. Mr. Harry Martin for his aid in securing Bing Crosby to judge the Beauty Section. Mr. R. Cofield for his efficient handling of the pho- tography and his willingness to co-operate at all times. Mr. Pete Speer for his aid and suggestions to the Business Staff. Sonny Russell and Lawrence Adams for their literary con- tributions. Rebecca McCormick and Leila Terry for their assistance in typing. The Mississippian for the publicity given our book. Messrs. 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