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To her rich- ness in history, her position in agriculture, her mildness of climate, her attractiveness in recreation, her progress in industry and transportation, and her advancement in education, We pay tribute . . . Lying deep in the heart of the Old South, she holds within her borders the grace and beauty of the historical Natchez Trace, the enticement of warm sun and countless pleasures on the Gulf Coast, the lure of endless acres of resourceful forests, and the Wealth of a delta unsurpassed in fertility, ever-developing, she may point with pride to her youthful industries, her booming cities and her steady advancement in modern sciences. l 0 portray student life with the highest regard for reality . . . to give to the readers of this volume a glimpse of Qle Miss in all its beauty . . . to emphasize the Wealth, both tangible and intangible, of the state which We all love-have been the desires of the staff which led to the creation of your 1933 Ole Miss. I I .ls ' 2 i 5 Q, If 5 , - , 1 1 I 11' N 1 1 1e,e,1:111'Q, Jbxthletic 'fx I I I Q t 1 V 1 'C 1 Q, N 11'51tc1'111t1e Cvrganizatiou LI111x'e1'Q1ty Lilovcrnoi' HUGH L. WHITE l Governor Hugh L. White is a true son of Ole Miss. While attending the University, he was a member of the first football squad, today he is still an active man, l a lover of sports, and a lover of knowledge. He rec- ognizes the need for a well-rounded development of the state and is vigorously promoting a campaign for im- proving every phase of endeavor-educational, indus- trial, agricultural, recreational, and political. As ex- officio President of the Board of Trustees, Governor Wliite is a loyal supporter of his Alma Mater. To him we tender our appreciation for his efforts toward the building of a greater Ole Miss. I Q . X ',':. ' L li .. -llc.-.7 A -L -,.fv',x,'..sf-,',,,f,Lj. .va yi- 1,-fp' ..- W W f g,,,.,,,,,,,,,.,ff. ,j.,".1.Q,:g,i ,.,f1iw'.,':' ':yp'.ff-,- y,1:i,,' l fl 1 I I' - 1,,.1-,y I-,i yer."-gilff N- - .1 P i.15?-f?g.f,i'.f"f , :iYif1liTlJL3. f "..' it' 1x."5"'Y'.' 'f',2f-Vi! Ci! ll iiilliiilvii illllilllliigiil-ii ffiflfffft- is wifi if " .- 1 t, f .,g 1 . -.ff Cf - ,---.WF ff 'fz'4'fq'ly?bi Eff' ll-1'5'5f'5i?f':lM f.W5ffTr1? 5 ' "pi i:i'QfPiXi"Q4l'1'54'V.1'd'i 4,-'Wi-aiwg' nigh.igkErglypnvsgv.V.,,Ax-gf,J,,'3Af-,Magi. itil!! -f'.Q'5f'fl.ff?A gal? 5 , fl 'I 9 g'lhyl!,'1.gg.-.f, -ff - - JR-1-f 1 in '.-1,n"..'x'f.-."'wa--.ik J , fm-.enLleM'9fiu?f?4frff:1 bfltti. ul, itil' fri' if ' -'.'-wil-9 lrf.-, ' " 'Vi' ffvzivy iw -Q 4 ' ' ' . s tw i' 4,51 irliiipqf-7 3 Q Fw A mxnf 0 ' -4 1 'Q Q, X. 9. . A Few universities are fortunate enough to have as their leader a man who possesses a personality which com- bines foresight, intellect, progressiveness, and an im- peccable character as does Chancellor Butts. During his administration at the University, his every thought and move have been directed toward the improvement of the school. Distance is of no concern to Dr. Butts if the trip promises to be one advantageous to his school, and even, though his journeys are many, the multitud- inous duties incident to his position are always dealt with promptly and efliciently. His ability to see the students' views and to determine issues presented to him with the utmost fairness has won for him the ad- miration of many. Cfllt3HCCllOI' ALFRED B. BUTTS 4 A ' . u.."'.-.-3.05. -: :cv 1s--is 'J .. 1 -:img -- --'--fcfqt.-. la1Jg'.v1gI '--,- :f..:'f..'-1 N.: '-.-'- . fp:-F:-. 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And so as an expression of our esteem, and in but a small way showing our gratitude for all which he has added to these years at Qle Miss-that friendli- ness, that sparkling spirit, that unforgettable laugh, that genuine interest in us all-we dedicate this volume to Mr. "Chuck" Trotter. ,I vim an 'Qu 1 ar , Q x D' CK ' J., . ,, 'I 4 'J H4 ns. a 'f .5 fsiipigd- fix -P gi: Qdtf-Q we ml- '5. r- ' -Y Q i In F.. x -111' " PR: 1,-51. . ,gm -41, . fi L.-3i??'i:f' I' ' 'fx 5 lx' ff- 1. i 3: if yy .f xx-I 111 1-T gg: A-ziavfmq -Q ft - wr '3.-25.15 ,-V 14. J' - ,-,N 'N j7:',f.g-fn. , ' fjqg. ,. 1:51 .-MV, 1,4 l., ,luv A ,aww A ,I f V 3' 1 ' 35 P 2 +I . , ' ' N41-' "J: A 33' ,l-ff?.- . H185 1 N MEMCDRIAM A I JQHN NLSBIT SWAN Professor of Chemistry Died June 8, 1937 WILLIAM HEMINGWAY Professor of Low Died November 5, 1937 WILL RGB BRQOKS College of Lilierol Arts Died June 18, 1937 WALTER THQMAS GRACE Seliool of Comm efee Died July 8, 1937 HLIGI-I WI-IITE RATLIFF College of Liberal Arts Died Airgirsr 12, 1937 .A 1l'+'w' A Q .-.-, , :V .' -' ' L V1 ...,'-45' -Bxfi: - - ,1.'.'I. .'y'.u' J 1'-21, I , I .Ii I 1' I .N .I-rw. Ku f In M - X ,ff if MGX' ,hr J, .-'1 . - 1. '- , X x . I ' fr ' ..t' x,.n-- --we ' ' I1--..-5.32 ,"f'lh'-'11:'Q,S'gCfi.f.gEx:.g2T : 1 1 ' 9 J. '-1,.w:.i 'X' ', '7 K. kgkyd 1 :MJF I-xltg 'ron 4 'fl 1 ef ..Y. g'.'.'-,.' 3' .1 1.,.x ,9 X! . . f' xx 'jr.,5n'am', -3 ,v fy' 1, ,' stflgf X hr .'.' 1' ug X,-Ip 'DQS' Q wwf fi . X -4 y- 'M 7 Q 9,1 Ss- 5 5-X ' K, 7 'ff 'R if "Y 1 s 1' 1 ZH, ' an X X 1 : ,., - ,- .1 - ' 'mm 550111 Q. 2 '5Q22,4 If 'f 'X f, ,wsf V. 5 mf' ki fi if -I H. f ' x --511 , 11 X X . . 5, I , I ' -lr I Q ' T Q , ge. , I . 4 4- . 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JAMES MGCLURE . . . Sardis HON. GERALD W. CHATHAM . . . Hernando BQARD If TRUQTEEQ :.".'l.'s-' '00 aug THE DR. ALFRED HUME DR. VICTOR A. COULTER ADMTHNIQ The University of Mississippi has its origin in an act of the Continental Congress of 1787, although the first session was not held until 1848. At this time there was only the College of Liberal Arts with an enroll- ment of eighty students. From this beginning, the Uni- versity has advanced steadily during the century of its existence, and at the present time it has, in addition to the College of Liberal Arts, the schools of Law, En- gineering, Education, Medicine, Pharmacy, Commerce and Business Administration, and the Graduate School with a total enrollment of approximately 1,200 students. In 1893 the nrst summer school of the University was organized and in 1926 the Extension Department, organ- ized for the direction of correspondence courses, was es- tablished. The Department of Music, the Department of Home Economics, and the Department of Military Science and Tactics are recently established departments in the University. Alfred Hume, Chancellor Emer- itus and now head of the Mathematics Department of the University, has done much to malce Ole Miss one of the lead- ing educational institutions of the South. It was through his constant efforts and his sincere devotion to the University, that it now holds its position among the leading institutions of the South. The College of Liberal Arts is the oldest and most inclusive school on the campus. The cur- riculum is so planned as to af- ford a general education as well as specialization in one group of studies. The work is grouped into two divisions. That in the Lower Division is composed mainly of fundamental courses and for the most part is pre- scribed within well-defined lim- its. That in the Upper Divi- sion is of a distinctly more ad- vanced type and is more spe- cialized in character. The stu- dent is permitted wide choice in TRATICDN his field of study, but, after the choice is made, em- phasis is placed upon concentration in that field. It is due to the incessant efforts of Dean Coulter that the College of Liberal Arts is considered as one of the strongest schools on the campus. Ir also offers pre- paratory work for medicine and law. The Law School of the University, established in 1854, has progressed until now it is considered one of the leading law schools of the country. The requirements and restrictions in this school permit only the best of students to enter. The student must have completed and have to his credit at the time of entering upon his law study one-half of the work acceptable for a bach- elor's degree granted on the basis of four years of study in the University of Mississippi or in some other ac- credited institution. This requirement is prescribed by the Association of American Law Schools, of which this school is a member. Judge Kimbrough, Dean of the Law School, is recognized by lawyers and jurists throughout the state as one of the outstanding mem- bers of the legal profession. Dean Kimbrough is loved and held in highest esteem by all students in the law school. All worlc and written examinations are con- ducted under the honor system. This system has now become a tradition of which graduates of the school are justly proud. By a Mississippi statue, a diploma from the School of Law entitles the holder to practice law in any court in the state without having to pass the bar examination. The School of Engineering was established in 1900, although some courses in engineering had been offered at the University from 1872. These courses did not, however, constitute a complete schedule of studies lead- ing to a degree in engineering. When the School of JUDGE THOMAS C. KIMBROUGH DR. LEE JOHNSON l 'fa J, .thigh ,SZ U 2' vs 4 A Uh' THE WALK BY THE CHAPEL One of the many strolls on the campus which picture its beauty and suggest restful spring afternoons. .I 'E-. ' '1 A DR. FLOYD E. FAROUEAR DR. BILLY S. GUYTON Engineering was formally organized, courses of study were offered covering four years of college work, lead- ing to professional degrees in engineering. As now or- ganized, the School of Engineering offers courses in three branches of engineering: civil, chemical, and gen- eral. The courses are so arranged that a student may obtain a professional degree in any of the branches. Dean Johnson is serving his first year as head of the Engineering School and has proved to be a capable suc- cessor to Dean Hargis. It is the purpose of the University, through the School of Education, to add to the broad academic training and preparation and to the professional knowledge, ability, and appreciation essential in developing the public school system, and to a professional attitude to- ward teaching. The courses offered in this school are planned to meet the professional needs of the teachers of the secondary school system. Dean Farquear is one of the leading educationalists in the state and is highly respected by members of the teaching profession. Many developments have been made in this school since its establishment in 1903, a very important one being the use of the University High School for practice teach- ing. Ample facilities are offered to graduate students who desire to take a master's degree. The University Medical School was created by a spe- cial act of the Board of Trustees in 1903. This school has maintained high standards in entrance requirements and medical education since its creation. It was placed in Group A in the scheme of classification of medical schools in the United States by the Council of Medical Education and Hospitals of the Association of Amer- ican Medical Colleges, which recognizes only institu- THE ADMIN tions of high standing. Any student who successfully completes the work of the first two years of the med- ical course at Ole Miss is given a certificate which will admit him to the third year of any high-grade medical school or college on the same terms as those by which that school promotes its own students from the pre- clinical' branches into the medical school. Dr. Guyton, Dean of the Medical School, through his untiring ef- forts, has made the Ole Miss Medical School one of the best in the South. The School of Pharmacy was created in the Univer- sity in 1908. It offers both undergraduate and graduate courses in the study of pharmacy. Dean Hammond ISTRATIQN fi 4, ,. DR. ELMER L. HAMMOND DR. JAMES W. BELL Q' fx? , ici I . X 1 v , Q tw, , x vb-. .gm-. ' 1-ww, : A 'ff-1 1 Q - . -u ' r . , . Q S -uv as. ..... 'Q'--2 ,, ,- mnrw .' '- " 9 x W ni., - ,rf yy. L.: V ' ""' ' 'nf' . 4 4' .- " ,-say 1 'f""""'i-" 'gr 5' I5 A. ,- , A 65. 4" '.' . 1 45, a ' , ,v -' .. 'qi' 1 J L . .,, -ffm., , 4 Q'-sn, GV' 'I 'A ?- A I 'Alf' H .1-"""' y -X . , 4 ' .wr , ' uf, . psfv: - 91.525 f YF i ., Lf" ,545 I - M,x,,.:h U' ,if",:, AJ4fj"x:-, " "'?':'3fr , -ref-"3" "'-I ' 'fit-f ' v J Q, " f v - 'JH' Wjfy. .- I x A XA,,, .L . ,ku .-N , . Q ,i i , Q 4 4. V ' I I if 4 K MW.,-'I , x A .gf ' . i.2,g ig. f 'fa 1 '40 MQ? -:nun il 4' v ' F I 4 ' . I I ' , 03 A 1 - - I I ,. A , j ,. " 1 A A K I 'wr ', V," I . ::, ,' 4' V, ' "4 "lm I 1 ' ' , I ' I I 17 ' , 5 l ' . ,J , - ' 1 ,, - .A A .7 , " v - ' ' . . x f .!,'. Q , Y !',i.'1v' .,.. . ' A -.5 ' - ,, ' I . .- - 4. . - . .' 5 - - 3 -- . V ff - ' - 5 . 1' .1 .. - -1,-C , :' Y .51-' . ' '. ' -. 1 ni-f. 'As . 4.'.4,. 0: , 1,4 . 4 1 , Jig. 1 :E A 1 1- .- rf- '. 'H 5 W 1- 'Y - h f A-,. '.'C'N.3,!fT . f "' ,,' 234.51 'gli ' 7 " 2 , i' . A -"",' f ' , A "4 ' 2-9 ff if 1 -- - ' , - 1 . , F 5. ' ' 'fiat +4 '., I . , v I, 'l '! ' -Q ' -' .ff gf- Q ' ' ' 4- I-1 f - " 4 1 V ,- 4 1 . A- 'gh-A 1, V. , ' f 1 V N . fu 5 I ' X l ' -1:-' ' 1 f A-'ul - 44' "AT 'i T7 1. ' ' , V A L . 1: ' ' if . .J ,. A - - . A ' 'M 2 n' 1, "552A,'T'f"v" 9 . I in ID". 5 7 ' 1-y - ,- ' '- 'T .. i f ' ' ,J - - ' . ' 3 g , , . L , .Y . ., , I., tn I - xx, f - ' 44 ' . ' ' , , ::?......-1M r I P. . ,lr 1, .1 , 'gp 47, ' I :All . . X f A 4 A. . .y 0. , ., . . ,3, 'C I ' I , - 5 s . U- A--Q, A .,, A- 44 ' 4 ' ' vb w., , .--in H N A f . .- E I J- ' ., f . fx-n---'af E - 1.11-5 -If ,, , v 1 ,A P- " H7 z ' - ' " " - '5 ,Q N Q4 . -i 2 . .an.., if ' 1 ' . . 'J N 1 I I ' ' "' - ' ' ' '. - - A 'A , , 1 - . r u 1 - 1 V , 4 V 1. if K v I V! . .t A b 1 I , ',',,,""" x L g y -. - .' . f up A . V , V . . . c-- - Y , f - 0 1,4-mg : ' fx , A 1, ' -11' 1 1- -4 f . ' , ,I , J. '..' , W ,- l . , .- l 1 .- ' ' Q ' 1 :Q i . 4 " x ' ' " I i ' .' gg. nv' T21 1 V- --rx ,f-1--g '. Wt- 1-" A ,gf 14 31 ,fgafvmft T555-fr? f .- ' - - ' - ' - , '.,- yjA:4"- ,QF I-mg- ,ai A lf . ,.f. , , .1 A A- - , - . , - V., :www--,, f ., f, -- A- - ' .- - " 'Fw' ' 'f ' - ' 45 'Q ill. ,f 9 , I VI 'Ar N 5 u ' . "1P"""-1 --Ian A vu. an-bud. ' 'Q HE DMINNTR TION has made a most capable department head, and grad- uates of this school are now filling many of the respon- sible positions requiring pharmaceutical education and training in the state. This school is now a member of the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy, an organization of the leading Colleges of Pharmacy in the United States. The School of Commerce and Business Administration was established in 1917 and offers those courses which are essential to a business career. Dean Bell has main- tained the high standards of work that makes Ole Miss proud of the School of Commerce. Specialization is offered in one of the following fields: accounting and auditing, marketing and merchandising, and Hnance and banking. The first two years in this school are the preparatory years, the specialization courses begin in the third year. The latest trends and methods are studies in detail in the courses offered in this school, and prominent business men are frequently engaged to supplement the class work with special lectures. The Graduate School is one of the best equipped departments of the University. It is highly recognized among the colleges and universities of America. Courses are offered to any student who is a graduate of a rec- ognized institution. Deserving students have the op- portunity to obtain student assistantships and scholar- ships. Dr. Bishop, Dean of the Graduate School, is also Dean of the Faculty. He is regarded as one of the state's leading educators. Mrs. Laura T. Martin is Director of the Department of Music. This department was established in 1934 and offers courses to those students who are candidates for the bachelor of music degree. It also offers courses that are accepted in the College of Liberal Arts. Dean Guess is one of the most valuable men on the Ole Miss campus. As Dean of Men, he serves as ad- viser to men students and controls the activities of the men students on the campus. As helper and adviser, Dean Guess is held in high esteem by all the boys in the University. As General Secretary of the Y. M. C. A., he also heads religious activities on the campus. The Dean of Women acts in the capacity of general adviser to the women students of the University, and through this office a personal contact is instituted. Dean I-lefiey has held this office for a number of years and is loved by the women students because of her personal interest in them. A close relationship is insured to each student through this office, and this relationship gives increased incentive for higher scholarship as well as a desire for a more active participation in college activities. Every student who enters the University has to par- ticipate in some form of athletics for his first two years. The Athletic Department is under the skilled supervi- sion of Coach Walker and his staff of assistants. Teams in all sports have been carefully trained, and, as a re- sult, have made a name for Ole Miss on the athletic field. Mr. Jeff Hamm is the Alumni Secretary of the Uni- versity and is the contact man between the University and the alumni of the University. He keeps the alumni informed as to the activities of the students and the school as a whole. The Alumni Secretary also makes all ar- rangements for athletic games in which the University participates. Mr. Trotter, as Secretary of the University, has many duties to perform. It is through his office that all pur- chases and payments are made. The cafeteria and the laundry are supervised under this department, as well as all improvements to buildings and grounds. . DR. DAVID HORACE BISHOP, MRS. LAURA T. MARTIN, MR. RICHARD MALCOLM GUESS, MISS ESTELLA G. HEFLEY .v f -. . .' Ty' ' , DO, . I ' , si X J' 4 if h . E231 l I 1 I 9 . , I 1 I I Y l 4 3, Q The registering and enrolling of all students is carried on through the oflice of the Registrar. The Registrar, Mr. Biclcerstaff, has proved himself to he very capable and efficient in this position. Copies oft all students' coAcH soon tee WALKER, MR. JEFFERSON Koen HAMM, MR. w. c. mourn, MR. THOMAS ALTON alcxsasurs THE ADMINISTRATICD grades are filed in this oflice, and reports are sent to the students' parents. Changes in schedule as well as changes in the course of study are handled by the Reg istrar. I THE HOSPITAL . -ggi U-0--.r ,wi , PM ,,,4l-Q :J-f HALL. DYER. JACKSON, MCFARLAND fSINGLETON AND CROCKER NOT IN PICTUREJ JoE ALEX MCFARLAND TOXEY I-IALL, JR. .... , HOWARD DYER, JR. , . DAVID SINGLETON A . A E. W. CROCKER , , . CLAUDE JACKSON . . . CDPFICERS . . . ,...,L President of Law School . . President of Senior Law Class . . . . President of junior Law Class , . President of First Year Law Class . . . . . , . . . . President of Medical School , . . President of First Year Medical Class ,,, DVANCED PRCDPESSIGNAL so CDCDJLS T17 'Z 0 nfw nr ADVANCED l'.w.ii lull l'. .-I1.i,l.x SIIKIR Llillix, MISS. ful' l. KI. BITES lllllllll, Nllii. lux: .I 'l' I? Nl. U. A. K. S.. '36, '37, .Uls- si.-siffi Lim: .lourzml Staff. Rrslin Bkocx wrist, Miss. Lima: fx- it slf, -11 .I 111 Interfraternitp Council, '36, '37 Interfraternity Dance Commit- tee, Gym Ifance Committee 36. '37- 'hR'I'HL'R G. BLSBY Cm IX .XYN ISSBORO, MISS. Lui: II li fl' lnterfraternity Council, Vice- President Junior Class. ns T. Cor-'ivxmx MIiRIfIOl,lJ, MISS. Lau fl- .I .x, o .x K Iimlitor .llississiffpi Iam: .ln11r1ml, '37, '38, Gym Dance Cfunmit let' '37 '38 1 , - Ions Sn uu' lJUN,Il.lJ ,I IVRSIPN, MISS. I . nu' I .I li, fl- .I A, ll li A Nl. U. A. lx. S., 37- 38, Impr- ' v ' 1 v lI'IlIt'fllllI' C ouncll 37- 33' ljl.- hinting lvann, '36, Nlilbllll' R "- l- V-. '3T. 'sf PROFESSIGNAL SCHOOLS SENIORS M 1 3' ""'T A. I BRUCE AULTMAN SU MR.-ILL, MISS. La-'w Mississippi Lafw Journal Staff, Executive Council, Senior Y. M. C. A. Cabinet. FRED BERGER PORT GIBSON, MISS. Lafw Tennis Team, 2, 3, 4, "M" Club, .Mississippi Lafw Jour- nal Staff, 2, 3, Dance Com- mittee, Chess Team. FRED X. BROXYNSTEIN GREENVILLE, MISS. Law 111 E II M. O. A. K. S., '34, '35, '36, Alississippian, '33-'36, Assist- ant Editor, '36-'38, Interfra- ternity Council, '36, '37, '38, Assistant Business Manager "M" Book, '36, '37, Senior Y Cabinet, '35, '36, '37, '38, Foot- ball, Baseball, '33, '34, Gym Dance Committee, '35, '36, '37, '38, Delta Epsilon, '37, '38, Co-Chairman Y Social Com- mittee. XVILLIAM P. CASSEDY BROOKHAYEN, MISS. Lau' B 9 IT Hermean Literary Society, Inter- fraternity Council, '35, '34, Y. M. C. A., Student Dance Com- mittee, '35, .Mississippian Staff, '35, Annual Staff, '33, Vice-President Freshman Law Class, Dagger Point, '35, Band, 1, 2, 3, Glee Club, '32, University Players, IQ M. O. A. K. S., '35. E. XVAYNE CRoCKER BRUCE, Miss. .Vrdirinc Med. Club, '36, '37, Executive Council, President Med. School, B.A. Degree. l 261 ADVANCED PROFESSIONAL SCHOCLS SENIORS l LL'L1E EDDINS 11.11 s1'R1xos, Miss. Lau' rl au 11 .L df .x .i 3 Pix, '36, '37, Tas-els,'3fv1 Beauty Section, '35, '3hg Pan-Hellenic, Rnlox BDRNELL FLOWERS KILMNHAE1., 3-1155. .1l1r'Jlt'lI1r' IIWX Treasurer Medical Clnlwg Treas- urer Medical Class. QQ as XVISTER DER.A GARY BELLEFONTAINE, MISS. Lau' i 5 Acting President Junior Law Class, '35, '36, Member Stu- dent Publication Council. '3i. XvIRGIL GL'LLY DEKALB, MISS. 3 .'lIfJirim' .5 VV1LL1.u1 C. PI.-NYS, JR. SHERMAN, MISS. Medicina President Medical Club, '36, '37: Senior Y Cabinet: Student Ex- ecutive Council, '37, '3S. BILL JOLLY CARTH ACE, M ISS. 4111111 YQ East Central junior College, 1, 2, Vice-President Phi Sigma Literary Society, 31 Interfra- ternity Council, 43 Gym Dance Committee, 4, 52 Associate justice of Blackstone Inn, 5. 'xy '.' l27l 'F xt. fv ill'u1...lA . 'L. v 1-1 w 1. . tiioetci .Xtfxlxiist lifitft. IX 't R Xl ae tl A on ll xRx1ixs l.1ixo111 l'i1.1MFRs RlfNllxElXlf,NllN9. .1I..i1 in, -l' X Pfesltlcht lit Xlrtlltkl. l..1'X Q St'l'l'cI.lI'f xlctlitlll Klas 'nh' ':- '1'11ox1.is BI. GoRE rlulblnvx, Nllrr. .lfufltillzi Toxin' HALL, JR. COI L HELL MISS. Lui: IX,sI'.XA Mississippi College, 103 I-105 President Senior Lau Cla '3Sg Senior Advisor, '3S: Sen . . , . . , 1or X Lalunet. 55. ,loHN TILLIS HILL LAL RLL, 51155. La-1: Hlisb Y. M. C. A. ADVANCED PROFESSIONAL SCHOOLS Iliil 1,1 1.11 lf.1sT IAJTTERHUS 1 l1XsI.Xl sPKIN1.:. MISS. .llf.I111.'1. li.X,lfX,IlA K l'i1gt--l're-itlelit Y. NI. C. .-X.: Sen- inr Y. NI. C. A., 2, 31 Inter- national Relationship Cluli, 21 Niillsilps College, '32, Board of Directors Y. NI. C. A., Vice-President Medical Club, '36, Iuississippi State, '34, LIOE ALEX KICITARLANID HAY SPRIXCS, MISS. 1111: 2 N, 11- 1 41 Blue Key, Baseball, '35, Treas- urer ,lunior Law Class, Senior Y Cabinet: Interfraternity Council, Interfraternity Dance Cominittee, M. O. A. K. S., President Law School, Lui: Jn111'11al Staff. P1 L' L IIIOORE oxrokn, Miss. Lau' lif .1 .1 ROBERT STEPHEN IYEXYTUN 11'1r.1:1Ns, Miss. Lau' K f,d'A I,flA K Blue Key: Interfraternity Coun- cil, 4, 5, 6, Senior Y Cahinet, 4, 5, 6, M. O. A. K. S., Dagger Points, Lafu' .lozzrzml Staff, 4, Assistant Business Manager 1.11115 Jnurzral, 5, Business Manager 1.1115 Jour- nal, 6, Student Committee on lfraternities, 6, Gyni Dance Committee, 5, 6, King of Mardi Gras. IJ.11'1n NI. l'1fNN1f1z.1141fR CUIIUN I'I..XN'I, BIISS. .llnlirirlu I X Vive-l'resi1le11t Nledical Class, '37. '38, Sl't'I'l'I2Iff'-.I'l't'IlSllI'1'I' l'l1i Chi. RO11 1N li. RWE, QIR. IKFIIIK, MISS. I,af1u -1- 11 11f, 111 .1 .1 lilnt- K1-1, liaiggcr Point, Vice- I'rt-sident Student Body, 31 l'rt'sicl1-11t junior I.a11' Class, , . . , , 11. O. .1 R. s., 1. M. t. .-1., 3. SENIORS I il! l 5-Q LEO RICDONALD QIIITMAN, MISS. Lafw Class President, '35, '36, Senior Y Cabinet. FRANK CAMERON M.1ssENo1LL BROOKHAVEN, MISS. .IIFJIIIIIU EAE,lI,X,O.lK President Med. School, '36, '37, Nledical Club, Senior YQ IVI. C. A., Glee Club, IQ I'niver- sity Chorus, 1, 2, Vice-Pres- ident B. S. C., 2, B.A. Degree. GEORGE R. NEBLETT BROOKSYILLE, MISS. Lafw 9KN,BZ,OAK,fIDA.l Associate Manager Annual, '36, Assistant Manager .lIissis.fip- pian, '36, '37, Y. M. C. A., Senior Cabinet, President Band, '34, '35, '36, Drum Ma- jor Band, '34, '35, '36, Dance Committee, Hall of Fame, '37, Arrowhead, Dagger Point, XVho's VVho Among American Colleges and Universities, '35, '36, '37, President Southern Region of National Student .Federation of America, Vice- President Southern Federation of College Students. GLENN THOM.-1s PE.1RsON M.1coN, Miss. .Vnlififzc 11- X, 11 is B B.S. Degree at Mississippi State, '36. IVILLI.-KM CLEvEL.1Nn REEO, JR. JACKSON, Miss. Law A '1' .1 Cardinal Club, 2, M. O. A. K- S., 5, lnterfraternity Dance Committee, 3, 4, 52 VICC' President Senior Law Class, 5. l28l ADVANCED PROFESSIONAL SCHOOLS TQHOKIAS L. ROYCE ISOLA, MISS. .II rd i fi n 4' A T Q, fb X M. O. A. K. S., Medical Club. LAURANCE S1Ex'ERs GREENVILLE, MISS. Lafu' T E H Treasurer Freshman Class, Treasurer Senior Law Class. Davin SMALLWOOO OXFORD, MISS. Lau' M. O. A. lx. S., '35-'36, ALBERT N. STREETER CALHOUN CITY, MISS. .Medicina Secretary of Medical Club, B.A. Degree. EDXY.-XRD VVELLS YICKSBIQRC, MISS. Law X' Y -1 . GEORGE FRANKLIN XVOOOLIEE JACKSON, Miss. Lau' v -1 E -4. Editor 1938 OLE Miss, Presi- dent, Vice-President, Treas- urer of Blue Key, M. O. A. K. S., Arrowhead, Dagger Point, Vice-President, Secre- tary, Hermean Literary So- ciety, Treasurer Y. M. C. A., 5, .Mississippian Staff, Assist- ant Editorg Debating Team, Interfraternity C 0 u n c il , Treasurer Class, 2, Member Publications Council, Business Manager "M" Book, Cardinal Club, VVho's VVhO Among Students in American Univer- sities and Colleges, Chairman Social Committee Y. M. C. A., 4, B.A. Degree, '36. I29l In :-Q? I SENIORS sayin-. t - ' 13,3 . XY11.l.ixx: Ni t,1 xi Sn xxn. lh KSYIN, MISS. lrlil' tif .x O ii' A il' . . , . , AIQIQISIKI' wt l'ln llrlli Illl, 2 ,Q I . XX'u.l.l ui Suufsox SI MYIR, MISS. I.!1iL' A Ii If jul ITS BARRY Sx11TH MACEE, Miss. .lIr.1it'i11i' ft: X, O A K Y .1 , .3 .Q-I K , M. c. A., ,,, ,ft ,,, Pre. N- ident B. A. Sclmnl. '56, Pub- lications Council, '36, Medical Club, Gym Dance Committee, '3q '36 '3" Chairman Y Hos- pital Committce, '36, Hermean Literary Society, '34, '33, B.A. Degree, '36. .l.xx1Es H. Sw.xRTzF.-xGER, AIR. IALREI., Miss. .llrtfififlr A T A, fl? X M. O. A. K. S., Interfraternity Council, 4, bledical Club. HARRY E. AVILSON COl.L'MBL'S, MISS. Lau' E X, 411 A A Phi Sigma Literary Society, M. O. A. K. S., '33, Interfrater- nity Council, '37-'3S: Secretary of Interfraternity Council, '3SZ X. M. C. A., '38, ADVANCED PROFESSIONAL SCHOOLS UNDERCLASSMEN -IARE Louls AsR.'xll.aM ............ Port Gibson, Miss. Lafw JOllNs'l'ON COOPER AADAMS, A K E, fir A A ...... Corinth, Miss. Lafw President Freshman Classg Y. M. C. A., 1, Z, 3, 45 Debating Team, l, Zg Dance Committee, 1, 2, 35 Dagger POIDEQ M. O. A. K. S.g Treasurer of Senior Y. M. C. A., International Relations Committee PERCY Ix. .ALI-'ORD ............... Progress, Miss. Lasw lN1AI.COLM ANDERSON ............. Abbeville, Miss. Medicine Med. Clubg University Chorus, '36, '37 VVll.l,ARn BARNES, A T A ............ McCool, Miss. Mfdirine B A Degree 37 llll BEAROEE Is Oltolona MISS Law O A james P BIEDENHARN X' X dv A fb Vicksburg Miss Lafw O A K M ook 7 atm ub 2 3 Interfraternlty Councll 3 4 ROBFRI T BONINEX X A fb Enterprise Mlss Mfdlflllf l-R-XNCIS S BOVSIINC X T 0 Newton, Miss Law O A S Y M C A 7 3 4 Band " 3 4 Chairman In erfraternlty Dance Committee Chairman Decorations Committee Floor Committee Secretary Flrst Year Law Class REllglOUS Education Commlttee OILIE D BRAME A T 0 Jackson Miss Lau Y M C A 1 3 4 Hermean 1 7 3 Interfraternlty Council Interfraternlty Dance Conduct Committee Gym Dance Commlttee VV Col FMAN BRMHON, sb I A 0 A Is If B Is sb A sb Greenville MISS Lafw Blue Key Assistant Editor Law ournal Freshman Advisor Committee Gym Dance Com mlttee Class President 37 GFORGF H BUIIER X X jackson Miss Lafw Cardinal Club Y M C A Mlsslrslpplan Staff 7 3 4 UDIVEYSITY Players A Bi NUM, N' 111 I sie X Laurel Miss Mrdzfzrzf Med Club BA 37 MISSISSIPPI College Scholarship Anatomy Histology 37 38 XVllllAlvl S Calm A Elf Canton Miss Lafw I' EUCFINE Callm EIL dv Is K0SClUSlx0 Miss Lafw :Nu CXRIION B G II fl News Albam Miss Lafw Treasurer unlor Law Class M C A Cabinet Law Journal Staff ION CARR Canton Mlss Lafw Salwllvlle CXSLIO, fb II I1 Leland, Miss Lam. Catholic Club MRS SARAH Clllxlls Brookhaven Mlss Law DURHARO T COIIINS, II Is fl Shannon Miss Lau Wllllalvl COILINS Myrtle Miss Lafu. Vllccll COOR, S A Oxford Miss Lasw M Club lXINNFIll M CROSBX x l It I A A I lx X B L West Polnt Miss Law O A S ue Key 37 President Associated Student Body President Senior Class Treasurer Southern and Southeastern DlVlSl0n of NSFA President Debatlng Coun ul 4 Business Manager M Book 4 Publlcatlons Councll 5 Athletlc Committee 5 Who s Who H1 Amerlcan Colleges and UNIV rsltles 37 38 Presldent Tau Kappa Alpha 4 Scretary Band 2 3 Debating Team 1 2 3 4 Y M C A VICE President unlor Cablnet Dagger Polnts 3 Arrow Head 4 Interfraternity Councll 3 4 Gym Dance Com mittee 5 Student Employment Committee 5 jol HARDFMAN Dlwlll IT It A Oxford MISS Lafw Y M C A l 2 Mlulmpplan l Unlverslty Rifle Club 2 llOll RAI llcll IDANIIC, fb l I 0 A It I' x Rolling Fork MISS Lafw President Interfraternlty Councll Chairman lnterfraternlty Dance Committee Track 2 3 4 Boxing 3 Secretary M Club Chl Omega Soclal Sciences Award 3 Debating Tern 7 3 Atheneum Senior Y Cablnet A S B Executlve Councll Faculty Committee on Fra ternltlcs ASSISIBIIE BUSINESS Manager law journal Graduate Instructor ln Psychology IOXD M Dlxvls, X sl 1 Nan Nleet, Miss M fdlflnl' Gladuate Assistant ln Biology B A 34 Scholarship Chemistry Med Club OVSARD DHHR I I A I Greenville Miss Lafw Preslclent ,lunlor Law Class Chlef Iustlce of Blackstone Inn Senlor Y Cablnet Secretary Phl Alpha Delta lsol P141 If ADVANCED PROFESSIONAL SCHOOLS UNDERCLASSMEN JOSEPH Enmws, K E . . . . . . R-isethle, Lrlig' .lfzf-rffzffran Business Staff. 53:--351 Y Al C .-X, dqflg XVLLSOQ Ellis. dr Il fb . . . . . . . P-irt Liilwemi. 1.1!-IL' lnterfratermtv Council. t3'. WS: M. O. .-X. K S ':'. 'SS CHARLES FAIR, fir A 9, 0 A K . . . . . Lmiisviile. Luz: Arrowhead: Dagger Point: Presrdent Y. Sl. C. .-X.. '16, 'S' et Fame. '?'. C Infefffafefnln' DEHCC CCfT1TT"'Y6r2 JOHX FARESE . . . . ..... . Oxford. 1.11-IL' Eexzng IQATHERINE FONTALXE, A Z ...... A111111 IVI1' JOE FRIEND, II K fb . . . . Las: Clarl-Qsdale . Sardis. Miss Miss Mi Mi Mi Mi CSEORGE FIQRR, fb X . . . .,..... . Oxford. Miss .llfjifirlr HANLX GAROXER. I A 1-I, II E A. T K A. QT- A ll . . Gulrpnrt, Mi Las.: B..-X. Degree. L. S. Lf. 4:6 Oxrx QSARNER, H K da ......,.. . Pomowc. Mi .UrJn'1r1f CARLTHERS GHOLSON, 'ia A A ..... Holly Springs. Mi La-1: Taeels :ALEX GLLLIAM, JR., E A O A K, lb A sb . Clarksdnle, Mi Las: Chaxrrnan Student Dance Committee. '5": Lau lcurnaf Staf. '?': Dagger Perm. "- President Intetfraternxtv Dance Conduct Commzttee. '?6: Preszdent Hermean Lzterarx S cierv: Floor Chairman Dance Committee. '56: Xl. O. .-X. K. S.. 76: Honor Ro... 'SQ' Glee Club. '35: Associate Editor A'Xl" Book. 'Stk .-ksoaate Editor .l!:ss:--'zg-fu-: 'lo Vice-Ptesxdent Omxcron Delta Kappa. '3": Treasure: Ph: Delta Phi. '3": Sezetazu In:-'W fratetnitr Dance Conduct Comzmttee. ASQ: Southwestern. 74. 'V CLAYDE QEUICE, H K A ...... ...... F ayerte. Mi Lan: PAUL HAYNES, A T A . . . . . Belmont. Mi Lai: FLA. Degree CHARLES BEER HLRSCH. fi' E H .... . . Vicksburg, M1 L11-T.: Cardinal Club: Xl. O. .-X, K. S.: .U:f5rssig-g-rar: Staff. AP". Y Cabinet. 76. 'Sf "S Freshman Boxing Xlanager. '36: lntetftaternitv Dance Committee. '3'. '3S: Freslxtuazz Dax. Committee. '3- FRANK CLARKE HOl.5iES. JR., E A E . . . . . Hernnndn, Miss Lai: Y. Xl. C. A.. 1. I. 3. 4. 5: Hermean Lrterarv Socretv. I: Phzlosophv Clzb. 1: Basses. 1, 2. 3: "Xl" Guia. I: B..-X. Degree. 4: Klonztor S HCRD HORTOX, JR., TI K A. fb X ..... Jltliitrlllr' hlillsaps College. 1. ' 4 CLAUDE :XDEX J.-XCKSCN, sb A 9, fb X . . . . . .'lIf.I'ir'im' Football. '3-1. '35. -361 President Freshman School of Xledic PAUL B. ,IOL-rxsox, E A IZ ......... Lax: Blue Kev: President Student Bodv. '36. '3': H RAYMOXD KIMBLE, E X ....... Lai: BAUER X. Kxox. E X ....... Lai: JOHN IQUYKEND.-Xl.L, K E, 0 A K .... Lau' JAMES MORRIS LATHAM, K E .... Lau IAMES L.-XUDERD.-ALE, K A, fb X ....... .Ufdifirzf Nlilkaps College. 1, 2. 3. 4 HAROLD LEE LEYINE, fb E H ..... . f Lai: all . . . Grenada. . Kosciuslw, .ne. 3': Track. '3-1. '3 Hattiesburg, o. Fame. ' 3' . . Greenville , New .-Albany. . Charleston, . Eupora, . Jackson, , Clarksdale, Mi Mi D . All M1- Mi Mi M.. Bliss. Xllss. N5 Y. Nl. C. A., 1. 1. 3: Glee Club, 1. 2. 3: Band. l. 2 3: Treasurer Freshman Cias: Treasurer Glee Club. 2: Vice-President Glee Qub. 3: Band Council, 2: Phi Sigma. 3 Xvinner Freshman Oratorical Contest. 1: Del:-ate Squad. 2 JAMES GORh1.AN LOPEZ, E X, fir X ........., Biloxi, Miss jlfdifxm' VicefPresident Freshman Med. Class: Med. Club: Lovola Universitv. B,S, Degree TRAx1s D. LOVE, JR . ..... . 1 ........ Pinoln, Miss .Urdxrrnv HERBERT Lt'xcEEORn . . . . . . Slate Springs. Bliss. Jlfdranv E311 ,Lv 1 A 4, Q.,-' 19 sei' -lu S- I: 'T . 'P NN .ali -4' af- any 'U ?ls. la-9 ADVANCED PROFESSIONAL SCHOOLS UNDERCLASSMEN M. B. LTNCII . ....... I ...... . Marks, Miss. Iwfdifim' TROY Ni.-XSHBURN .............. Pelahatchie, Miss. Lafw Y. M. C. A., Hermean Literary Society JACK lNlAT'I-HEWS, E X .......... . . East Moline, Ill. Lafw JOE B. lV1lTCHEl.I., fb A fb, 111 K A . . . . . . . Corinth, Miss. Lafw Sergeant-at-Arms Mississippi House of Representatives, B.S. Degree, Mississippi State VVIi,I.I.xM HARRIS MOUNOER, fb A 9, O A K ...... XVinona, Lafw Miss. Dagger Point. '38, Interfraternity Council, '38, Hermean, '36, '37, Philosophy Club, '36, '37, '38, Vice-President, '37, Mississippian, '35, '36, '37, Annual, '37, '38, Assistant ' ' ' i '36 '37 '38' Business Manager, '37' Y. Nl. C. A., '35, 36, 37, 38, President, , Manager Ole Miss Football Program, '38, Faculty-Student Committee on Fraternities, Act: ing Director News Bureau. Summer '37 HITE MCLEAN, fb A 9 ........,... . Blaine, Lafw Glee Club, 1, 2, Quartet, 1, 2 PETE MCLEOD ........... . . Pascagoula, Lafw XVII.I.I.-xivi DE BERNIERE NEvII.LE, K A . . Meridian, Lafw AAYILLXAM DUNNICA OTT, T K N . . . . Osyka, Lafw PERCY PARKER, 111 A 9, fb A A ....... . . Canton, Law Track, 1, Z, 3, "M" Club, President Latin Club, 3, Hermean, 1, 2, 3, Y. M. NEvII.I.E PA'I'l'f-IRSON ........... . Monticello, Law JRQR P.x'II'I'x', fir A O, QI: A fb . . . . . Shaw, Lafw ROBERT E. PERRY, E X, '1' K A ..... . . . . Rienzi, Lafw Glee Club, '34, '35, Debating Team, '35, '36, '37, '38, Interfraternity Dance mittee, '37 MAI.COI.M LEON PIOFORD, JR., K A, 'If X, A E A . . . Laurel, Ilflfdirim' ROBERT D. PORTVVOOD, JR., fb A 9 ..., . . Greenwood, Lafw Y. M. C. A., l, 2, 3, 4, 5, Glee Club, l, 2, 3, Quartet, 3, B.A., '37 JAMES VVII.I.IAM PRICE, ZZ A E, fb A fb ........ Oxford, Lafw VINCENT XV.txI.SER PROSPERE, A T Q . . . XVashington, Lafw SIIEI,Bi' ROGERS, 22 X . . . ,....... New Hebron, Law Y Cabinet, 4, B. S. U. President FRED ROGERS, K A ,.,......... . Porterville, Law ROBERT ll. ROI.I.INOS, K E ...... . . . Hattiesburg, Lafw Senior Y Cabinet, 4, Intramural Boxing, '37, Glce Club, '37 f'l.ll-'HJRIJ SCllL'l,'l'Z, fl' K XI', II E fb ...,.... Vicksburg, Lafw Interfraternity Council, M. O A. K. S. JL'l.liS A. SCIIWANI ,............ . Biloxi, l.afw XVII.I.I.'xM L. SIIARIIE, K 11 ........ . Corinth, Lafw Cadet Officer R. O. T. C. DAN SIIIaI.I., Z A IC, Ili ll DJ, 0 A K ......... Okolona, Lafw Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. C. A. Miss. Miss. Miss. Coma Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Honor Roll, l. 2, Cardinal Club, President of Cardinal, '37-'38, President and Historian of Phi Eta Sigma JOEI. A. SIMPSON, JR., K PJ ...... . VViggins, Miss. Mr'di1'inf IJAVID li. SiNI:I.i:'ION, Z1 X . , ..... . . Hattiesburg, Miss. Lafw President Freshman Law Class, '37, Gym Dance Committee, Y. M. C. A., '37, Football, '36, Baseball, '36, Intramural Boxing, '36, Tulane, 1 GORDON SMI'I'iI, B 9 II . ..... ...... S idon, Miss. Lafw I 32 1 I fii, wi A . . ADVANCED PROFESSIONAL SCH OO UNDERCLASS LS MEN BILLY SPENCER, II K fb . ..A.... . . ,l1ll'liF0'1. Nliv- Lafw Millsaps, '33, '34, Y. M. C. A., Cardinal Club, Ole Nliss Players, Band, Nlississi Senior Y Cabinet EDGAR J. STEPHENS, JR., E X ..... Lafw . New Albany, ppmns, Miss. Band. Erskine College, '34, '35, University Chorus, '37, '38, lllixsrsuppiiui. '37. '38, '36, '37, Treble and Bass Club, '36, '38, Y. M. C. A.. '36, '38, Senior Y Cabinet AsA G. STRATTON . . . . . Law BRYANT SHAVV SVVINDOLL . . . . . . flflfilifzlzt' KIMBALL TATUM, II K A . ..,.. Mrdirizzr Medical Club SWEP TAYLOR, K A, 0 A K ...... Lafw JOE A. THOMPSON, K A . . . . Lafw TATE THIOPEN, II K A . .... . Lafw Business Staff Misslsxzppzan, THOMASG.TODD... Iklfditillr' BILLY 'ITOVVNSEND . . . . . Lafw Tennis FLETCHER VEAZEY, K A ........ Lafw . . . Liberty, . Slate Springs, . Tupelo, . Jackson, . Hattiesburg, . Picayune, 1, 2, 3 . . . Jackson, . Kosciusko, . . . Coldwater, Y. M. C. A., '37, '38, M. O. A. K. S., 38 BURNELL VVAITS .......,. Lafw ROBERT WILSON WALL, fb A 9, 0 A K, fl: A . Lafw . . . . . . Leland, CIP ..... Boyle, Editor 1937 OLE MISS, Blue Key, Y. M. C. A., M. O. A. K. S., President B.A. MIRIAM YVALLACE, X Q ........ Mfdirine Secretary Freshman Med. JOHN VVATKINS, E N, fir X ....... Mfdifinc RICHARD L. VVATSON, K A ..... . Lafw . ..., Biloxi, Class . Quitman, . . Columbus, Miss. Miss. lN11ss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. School TNIISE. Miss. Bliss. News Bureau, 1, 2, Mixsirsippinn, l, 2, 3, Assistant Business Manager lllisrisxippiari. 2. 3, Business Manager "M" Book, 3, Debating, 1, 2, Y. M. C. A.. 1, 2, 3, Representative to Mississippi Legislature from Lowndes County ALONZO S. VVESTBROOK, II K A . . . . Jackson, Miss. Lafw Blue Key, 3, Interfraternity Council. 3, Gym Dance Committee. 3, Manager Student Bank, 3, 4, Treasurer Sophomore Y, Secretary Freshman Y, Annual Staff, 1, 2, 3, Mmisxippiim, 1, 2, Golf Team, 2, Treasurer. A. S. B., 4, Secretary Phi Sigma, 1, President Phi Sigma, 2 CORDILL VVHITE, K A . .... . Canton, Miss. Lafw M. O. A. K. S., Freshman Football, Track Manager, 1, 2, 3 JOHN VV. WHITTEN, B 9 II .... Y Law . . . . . . . Cascila, Y. M. C. A., 1, 2, 3, Cardinal Club, 2, Phi Sigma Literary Society J. DAVID XVILLIAMS, E fb E ..... Lafw CHARLES C. WILLIAMS, 2 A E, fb H E . . Lafw . . . Pelahatchie, . Okolona, Y. M. C. A., Baseball, 2 FRED XNRIGHT . . . . . Lafw T331 . Amory, Miss. Miss. lVIiss. Miss. D- u ,q -Q Q :Q lv 1 .5 , I 5 l PRE E TING The conqueror, cynically enduring if all as fhe world ahead lies dormanl awaifing his arrival. 5 '. 1, g-xnq ,L -7-Q gg'-sq . Q J 1 1 Jw- -. ---A ,..-....-1 , J ,Q ' ' II , , I A ? . a 7 R if HABIILTON, COOK, XVALL, SHERMAN, KINCADE fnor in pn-:web DAv1n HTANIILTLJN ROBERT VV,-XLL . . PRESCOTT SHERMAN ROBERT IQINCADE . KIILTON C0014 . OFFICERS 3 K.. Tin 5. . . 1JI'l'Xilll'IJf of Clflllfllllflf Srhoof . PI't'A'i1ll'I1f of Liflvrzlf xlrts Srlmof . Prrsidwzf of Engirzrfring School . Prfsizlwzt of Buxirzrss Svhool . Prfsidcnt of PhUI'lIlHl'j' Srhool F5 ,, Na GRADUATEQ ,G IWR A A ., L L 55 Tgfbxx 7. V-5 MK.'ii'?i:4 nfl? 4, 1 Q T in XI ,XIl1lfllN'l'lfT'l' . .., .. -IIIIXI1, Nllv. KQ.w1.I"z1il!w GRADUATES ,i 4 -i -1 14a,:.xI ., laxwlsg lntcrlmtmuzil Relutnwnx Clulw. IlHNlIiR FR xNR1,lx IZENSQN I L'If1 ox, MISS. Ilradzuzlr MRS. M.xRroN I. C.xssEm' MRS. BAY S'l. l,OL'IS, MISS. Clillzillllfl' K A XV. DE.I.xRN ETTI? Co1.mr,xN NXI Clllil, MISS. Ihaiizmh' .loux I.EEG.x1NEY Nom ox:-mum, MISS. flrmlzmlc If A, U .3 Ii IIA., Nllllszlps. I IR xmas tm I MHIX, MISS flnnllzalf' I' X H 43" E- .qv V Y I . . ...P ik, r' 1. HERB BALWISTEN SIOUX CITY, IOVV.-X Gradualf' fb E H, 0 A K Football, 1, 2, 3, Baseball, 1, 2, 3, Basketballg Dance Commit- tee, '35, Treasurer of Student Body, '36, Executive Council, 137, Vice-President "M" Club, '36, President "M" Club, V37. FLORENCE CAAIPBELL Caxrox, MISS. Graduate AaA,.x.xa,H2fb K.-XTHERINE L. CLARK TUPELO, MISS. Graduala A Z, H K H Tassels, Zllissisxipjmign, 3, 4, Ri- fle Club, Y. XV. C. A., VV. A. A., International Relations Club, Graduate Club. C. C. DE.xRA1,xN, AIR. NEW' AL'CL'S'l'.fX, MISS. Gradualr -Ioux A. IIARDNER MOORIIEAD, MISS. Cradzmlr I 36 I 'IIIRI -IM OI.YNIPE Haas BILOXI, MISS. Gradunlr B.S., Newcomb College, Tulane University. lmirs D. TILLMAN I"I,-XMILTON M ERIIIIAN, MISS. Graduate fI1A9,0AK,sI1IIE,IIE1I1, T 'llississippizzfz Staff, '34, '35, '36, Hermean, '35, '36, '37, Y. M. C. A., '34, '35, '36, Debate, '36, Classical Club, '36, Ar- rowhead, '36, Graduate Club President, '37, International Relations Club, '34, '35, Vice- President International Rela- tions Club, '35, Assistant in Library, '34, '35, '36, '37, As- sistant in History, '36, '37, As- sistant in Philosophy and In- structor in Ethics, '37 , Atheneum Club President, 37- BOUDIE A. -IAGGERS PON'l'0'I'OC, MISS. G rad uale GALE ELIZABETH NOEL GREENVILLE, MISS. Graduate A A A, H E II- Latin Club, '37, Graduate Club, '37, Senior Speaker, '36, Hon- or Roll, '34, Y. VV. C. A., Latin Medal, '34, Taylor Medal in Astronomy, '36, As- sistant in English and Latin, I37, B.A. with distinction, STEPHENSON, JR. HOLLY SPRINGS, MISS. Graduale A K -E VVILL SALLIS VVILBURN DURANT, MISS. Graduate l. xuovl' ll up XY LII lllll N. IIIX, NIINN. ffl fnllmlf' l' I lil Assistant Ill I lIt'lllISIl'X Illlll I lu i1'x'37.'3R. RUIKERT slxcolas INllIiPIiNllFNCIi, BIISS. Gratizuzle Assistant in Ifnglisli. M.-ILCOLM R. LIVINGSTON INDI.-XNOLA, MISS. Grzzdzmlf' If 6 II, I' E E Publications Council, '35, Honor Roll, '34, '35, Assistin Chemistry, '38, BL.-INCHE NoL,xN Y.-IZOO CITY, MISS. Graduate A I', fi- Is K IXIARY ALICE TRIPLETT LONG BEACH, MISS. Graduate K Lx, 4- o K Y Senior Y Advisor, Y. Vi. . Treasurer, State Y. VV. C. A President, Jllisrissippiafz Staff '34, University Players, 3, VV A. A., Assistant in History Assistant in Library, Vice- President of Graduate Club. 3 A I SENIOR CLASS .I MINI, MISS. ' 'A 1 4 ii ll KI. Kllill Am-'RNATHA' 7' l.ll,',,l.I'.'l.' J II li A Plvi Sigma Literarx S...-im: Y- XILX4 I Jo1iN XLXL .AINSWORTH BAN SPRINGS, MISS. l.iln'n1l .lrfx IX -Q CR I.HL'I5E .ANDERSON COKIN I II, MISS. Llllrflll .lrls X If sq I AVINNIE ASHAIORE XKO0IIYII.I.E, MISS. l.ilu'rul .lrlx .J V' NINNA ISAILEY -Q ,J .,-7. cot I lil-:vll.1,E, Miss. l.IlH'l'lll ,Iris A .X A RUlIIiR'I' ISALI. KIKIIION, MISS. l.il1rral xlrls Il It .X i E JARE Lous ABRAHAM PORT GIBSON, MISS. Librral .iris LEE RI. .ALFORD GCLFPORT, Miss. Businrss H K A M. O. A. K. S., Y. M. C. A., 43 Honor Roll. JEAN :XRTHURS COTION PLANT, ARK. Librral .-1415 E A I Legiflative Council g Debate Council, Lniversitv Plaversg Treble and Bass Club. XYERNON .ASTON JONESBORO, ARK. Businfsx Football JANE BAKER MCCOMB, MISS. I3u5ir1e'55 K A ' v X. XX. C. A., 4.5 International Relations Club, 4g YV. A. A., 3. 4- SPENCER BARNES BI'fI.ZONI, MISS. 1.il1.'ral .-lr1,c K N .llixsisfippizzlz Staff, '35-'36, Sec- retary of Hermean Literary Society, '36-'37g Y. M. C. A., i, 2, 4, Cardinal Club, '36-'37, International Relations Club, '37-'38- IBHI I l SENIOR CLASS GR.AX'ES BARNES IIOMEWOOD, MISS. l.ib4'ral .flrlx fl' H '11 X. M. C. A., '37-'38, University Players, '37-'38g Interfraternity Council, '37-'38, BIARGARET ALLIE BARNES SUMMIT, MISS. Liberal :Iris A Z ROSAMOND BARTON JONESBORO, ARK. Liberal .iris A A A Y. VV. C. A., '38g Mississippian Staff, '38. LOUIS BEGIN LAK EVVOOD, N. J. Pharmacy H K II President of junior Clzissg Phar- macy Club, A. Ph. A., Stu- dent Executive Council. WARNER E. BIEDENHARN VICKSBURG, MISS. Business Z X VASSER BISHOP V391 UNIVERSITY, MISS. Liberal Arts X Q President of Eta Sigma Phi, '38, Y. VV. C. A., '38, 'E QT"- , lix'I'IIIi.RIxIc llomc BIRNI-:S si MMII, MISS. , 6' l.i!1fm!.lrlx f- ' A Z " '. 1 H ..,.,ql, HL' BERT BARNIETT CREENXYOOD, MISS. EllgllIl'l'l'iIIy EX ADELINE BEOENRAUOI-I STATE COLLEGE, MISS. -Q' Librral .1 rls RIIHRI BELLI EDIRNE, TURKEY Liberal .Jrt5 JONATHAN BILBO PICATUNE, MISS. Busizivss H K A Football, '35, '36, '37, FRANCIS S. BOWLING NEVVTON, MISS. Liberal .Jrts A T Q M. O. A. K. S., X. M. C. A.g Band, Chairman Interfrater- nity Dance Committee, Chair- man Decorations Committee, Secretary First Year Law Classg Religious Education Committee. iKf?3'.JgZfii.f46 . . MJ SENIOR CLASS Snwzsx Bm XR win VII-'X5XYI, N. 1. lfI'.'M1: .1115 I L I. Iifrrnnl' Rnll, 36- 37. I,.XXYRIfNCIf H. BRISCO XIINUN X, MISS. I1 zzffizzrwizlgf 1:n11,:wn,1':1: X. M. C. A., 36- 37, 377381 A. S. C. IC., Engineering Hon- nr Council, Interfrnternity Dance Committee. .IANIES IAINDREXY BL'1.1.,xRn SAREPTA, MISS. I.i11fral .lrfx XVINNII2 BLISRY UXKYNIQSIIORO, MISS. l.il1u'al .Iris w 71 Clmkcslc -Irnsux CHN, QIR. RAN MUNI! MISS. ' I If min my K A 1 w Lum me Q,Xl.I,liNIJIiR I-.INK.'xKIlS, MISS. ljlfwrzzl .lrlx z .x lc, n x A 1.1.-I Vlnlw, 3, 45 .1Ii,v.six.vipffiar1 8110! al WT? 'rl v' V J. D. BRASXVELL CA1.1oN, ARK. Librral .-I rl: XVILLIAM BRUCE NEVVTON, MISS. Liberal .71 ris FAY BUNCH TAYLOR, MISS. Edzzmlion B. S. U. Council, University Chorus, '37, '38g University Players, Favorites, I37, '38. GEORGE H. BUTLER JACKSON, Miss. Libvral .-Iris E X Cardinal Club, X. M. C. A., hlisxissippizlrz Staff, 2, 3, 45 University Players. XVILLIAINI S. C.-x1N CANTON, MISS. Libfral .Al rls A XI' CORRIE ANNE CAMPRELI. INVERNESS, MISS. Librral .flrts A Z Y. WV. C. A. l4Ol SENI VIRGINIA CAREY HICKORY FI..-I'I', MISS. l.I11l'I'l1l qlris K A President of Senior Y. XV. C. A., '37-'38, President of Catholic Club, YV. A. A., Rifle Club, Tassels. EMILY JANE CARTER JACKSON, Miss. Librral .iris A 0 II FRANCES CASH IXIA N VICKSBURC, MISS. Liberal .-Iris K A Honor Roll, 3, Y. VV. C. A., Taylor Medal in Economics. EDXVIN CHAPMAN COFFEEVILLE' MISS. Eduralion E N DORIS CHIPLEY CARTHACIZ, MISS. Eduration K A CATHERINE ANN CLARK RULEVILLE, MISS. Liberal Arts X Q, A A11 Q Belhaven College, I, 2, Missis- sippian, 3, 4, RiHe Club, 4, Y. VV. C. A., 3, 4, VV. A. A., 3, 4, Girls Varsity Tennis, 3 3 International Relations Club, +5 Classical Club, 4. I4lJ O 3 .EN v-' -1, - RCLASS I 19,5 roi XYARIQIQN l.l4lf1ll'l'1JN C IRIAIIN LURINIII, MISS. I.ll11'rz1l .Iris ll H II Phi Sigxnzn literary Snr-it-Ip, 2 "NI" cllllli 7 3 4' lfmnllmlll I, 2, lin-kerlwall, I, 2, 3 Irezlwurer SnplInIIIuI'e Claw Interfraternity Count-il, 3, 4 Interfraternity Danre Csunznii tee, Y. M. C. A., I, 2, 3,.1,. NIIIHN CARVER CRAXYIORIJ, MISS. liusinrss E X JAMES B.-XRRON CAt'I,FIELn VYATER Y.-XI.I.EY, LIISS. Lillfflll .Iris A T Q .IANIES CHAPMAN OXFORD, MISS. Iiusinfss SHANNON CHRISTIAN AMORY, MISS. Librral .tlrls H K A Phi Sigma Literary Society, X M. C. A., 4. GEORGE L. CLAY COLLINSYILLE, BIISS. Librral .Jrls fb IT '-IJ "M" Club, Basketball, 1, 2, 3 Track, 1, 2, 3, Y. M. C. A., I, 2, 3, 4- l.'xlliil'l'RlCH COOGIN Nil llliilllfi, 31155, I i,f'i,1.1z' .lffs AIILIJREID COLLINS liOI.l.Y SPRINGS, MISS. Lilzrral .Jrtx RICHARD CONNER HCKSBDRG, Miss. Ellfji!1l't'l'iIly E O H, E O H M. O. A. Ix. S., X '38. ELIZABETH COOK COI.L'MBljS, Miss. Lilzrral .Iris A A A M. C. W., 1, - 3, 43 Pix- H ENRY COPELAND 'IHYA'IlR.-K, MISS. l.ib1'ral .Iris H K A .lllissiuippizzrz Staff, l36-'37, ' '38, Phi Sigma Literary cietyg Y. M. C. A., '36-'37 '37-'38, Rifle Club, '36-'37 '37"38- Romxn CRANI-'ORD LAUREI., MISS. I fb, ml ,lrlx 1, V, A SENO c: ss , LLOYD ALLEN COLEMAN DODDSVILLE, MISS Businvss v Y .14 Football Manager 34 35 35 v 1 1 36, 36-37 X M C A 1, 2. JOHN VV. CONNER MCCOMB, MISS Libvral .-I rls EN Annual Staff 3 4. Mzsszsszppzan Staff, 3, 4 Interfratermts Council, 4 Senior X M C A., Hermean Llterarw Society 3, 4- CLALQD COOK EL DORADO, ARR Librral .iris FREDERICK MILTONI COOK OXFORD, MISS Pharmacy E A E President of Pharmacy School LEON HAMMN COX MARKS, Miss Busirzfss II K A Mississippi State I 2 X C. A., 4, IllICI'l1'lll0l1ll Rela tions Club C1ptam Comp'1m "B," R. O. T LILTLIUS CR1sLER FLORA, MISS. Lilzrral :Iris K A Mississippi College, 1 2 SENICR CLASS JAMES HECTOR CURRIE MERIDIAN, Miss. Librral .elrls .D 42AO,+1rE,11242,'rK.x, -11 ET Blue Key, 2, 3, 4, Debate, 1, 2, 3, 4, Mississippian, 1, 2, Y. M. C. A., I, 2, Honor Roll, 1, 2, Classical Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, Arrowhead, 4. JOE DABBS SHANNON, Miss. Liberal .flrls H K lb M. O. A. K. S., Debating, '37. JAMES DAY DECATUR, MISS. Pharmacy '-P II KP Y. M. C. A., '37, '38, Hermean Literary Society, '37, '38, American Pharmaceutical As- sociation, President, '38. GENE H. DENT LOCKHART, s. C. Liberal .Jrls A K E WILLETTE DUCKWORTH COLUMBUS, Miss. Business E X Mississippians, 3, 4, Mississip- It 2, 3! Band Council, 3, 4, Y. M. C. A,. 2, 4, Executive Council, 3, Ole Miss Musical Club, 3, 4- EVERETTE EATON SUMRALL, Miss. Pharmacy Z 'IJ E M. O. A. K. S., '37, '38, Amer- ican Pharmaceutical Associa- tion. . -Ap ' , .4 ,. .u ,164 ,. - . , . . . I' " ,- , . l'.l,lz.x1zli'1'1i IMLIQ Dua snxxxox, Mus. l.iln'I'al .lrls EUGENE DAWSON SUMMIT, MISS. Librral flrls DOROTHY DEAN CAsCu,1.A, Miss. Libvral :I rls. VVARREN DORSEY VVATER VALLEY, MISS Libvral flrls fl? H CIP Cardinal Club, '35. MARTHA DYER GREENVILLE, MISS. Liberal Arts RQ EDWARD H. EINHORN NEVV YORK CITY Liberal fl rts Boxing, '38, Intram VVinner, ,37. SENIOR CLAS X Iiugiwzx l:xI1sI1I3E t'-vxto, Miss. l.f11.I1!in11 "' p. A A A lnixeritx Cliorus' Y AY f- CII XRLES PAIR IUI, ISYII I If, Mlss. l.1ln'rul .1115 LII A o, o A It ,AI'I'tlUl1Clld 3 Dagger Point. President Y. M. C. A.,'36,'371 Hall of Fame, '37, Cl'lHlf1T1l1l1 Interfrnternity Dance ComIIIit- L 166. RICH.-XRD BRENT FoItAIAN. .lil- N.I'I'CHH, Miss. l,iln'ral .Iris :II A H' III E, E T, E QP Blue Key, 2, 3, 41 Dagger Point, 4, lnterfraternity Council, 4, President Classical Club, 43 Y. M. c. A., I, 2. 3. +1 Chair- man Blue Key Stunt Night, 4 Honor Roll, I, 2, 3. XVYMINETTE FREEAIAN l.Al'Rlil., MISS. 1.llll'l'!ll .Iris 4 Rolnakr l-'RA NK l'll7'I'REI.l, Q oxi okn, Miss. , qs I.iln'ral .lrlx ,I. fiom l.IJ Ciutnxisn COI.l'MlilA, MISS. Ix'u.rim'Js M. 0. A. lx. S., '37, X. M. C. A., L1 A'l4'l"l,I'l'Nlilt'llt of Senior l S ,fi jI'LI.AN ERVIN CRYSTAI. SPRINGS, MISS. Liberal :Iris IT K A Y. M. C. A., 4, President junior Class. EUGENE LoI'E FAIR I.oUIsvn.I.E, Miss. Libc"!'ll! .elris 111 A 9, o A K M. O. A. K. S.g Football Man- llgef, I, 2, 3, RL'TI-I AIARTYN Fox LAKEXYOOD, oIIIo Lilzrral .ll'l.c A 1' Mississippian Staff, 3, 4, Pan- Hellenic CouIIcil, 3, 4, Athen- eum Club, 3, 4, Honor Rollg Y. W. C. A., 3. RoY FL'NcHEss osrm, Miss. Liberal .flrls E N Y. M. C. A., 41 Glee Club, An- IIual Staff. JACK G.ALERE.ITH MEMPHIS, TENN. Liberal .rlrls fl- A 9 BILLY G.ATES AIACKSON, MISS. l,ilH'flIl .Iris It A, .A E, 0 A K M. O. A. K. S., Dagger Point: Blue Key, Editor Illissixsip- pian, '38, News Editor, '37, Sports Editor, '36, Associate Sports Editor, '35, Sports Ed- itor OLE Miss, '35, '36, '37, Editor "M" Book, '37, '38, Band, '35, '36, Sports Publicity Director, OLE Mlss News Bu- reau, '36, '37, '38, Gym Dance Committee g VVlIo's VVho Among Students iII American l'niversities and Colleges. I441 SENIO R CLAS Roux Ex' G.xTEs -I .-XCKSUN, MISS. 1.iln'ral .lrlx C:u'diu:Il Club, 23 l:Ita-I'I'I'1Itt-I'IIiIy Council, Y. bl. C. A., 4, Viva'- l,l'CSIllC'III luternzttiounl Rclat- tions Club. T. clII,IIER'I'0 G.xvIRI.x K,... MIEDEIIIN, C0l.0lv'Il'II.K I1llIffill!'l'l'Ill!l G EoRGE XV. GREEN f I'It'I'A BEN.-I, MISS. l.iln'r111 .lrls Glee Club I 1' llouor Roll ' . IN. '. 1. - Student l7:uu'e Committcc, 4. 'D- -ju NEv,x QIRISH.-XM 'I'0CCOP0l..X, MISS. I3 us i Il rss 1 IzL'I.,x RIAE H.mIII.ToN NEXT ALBANY, MISS. Edumfion A 4 4, 22 A I Treble and Buss Club, Y. XV. C. A., 4. I,oIs ANNE H.-INSEI.I, oKoI,oNA, MISS. Lilzrral .-1rf.v xo,:AI President Treble and Bass Club, 3, 43 VV. A. A.g Y. NV. C. A. I 45 I ,f I, f 'v 3? S I I lol ISI Ilxrtlx Nluuzuzf' . ,A ' I III RII, MISS. lilffm! lrly .X A A Y. XY. If .X l.l'l'llSIll1'l', I, , Sm-m'I'm't:II'x l"l'l'NlllllQlll I lu N l,SIIl'lll'llI'IIll', 3, 4, llU.XIIER ll. GR.xII.xxI PRI-'YI ISS, MISS. lII1.v1m'.v.v lfL'THI?R lf. QIRICE, xlk. CRYSIQXI, SPRI NHS, MISS l?11.fim'.v,v II Ii .I l'I't'sltleIIt SOPl10I1IIIl'l' Class I Mlss Staff, 2, 3, 43 Y, M K A., llermenug Gym Dunn cl0IlIIIIItIC't', 43 lut llnucc' Coxuuuttee. erlrntu IVII.I,I.xAI FRAN I4 I.I N G I'YTox oxlfoko, MISS. l1llIffilIl'l'l'llI!l : X,fI1III,1I ou, v If .. 4 lxIIICl'll'lIII Society of giuecrsg llouor Co neeriug School. Tuogxus H.-IMEIAQIQ scoorm, Mxss. I'l1z:rn11:1'y Rn' H.-II'ES GARDEN GROVE, C.II.Il". limi :mrs mb xl: Football, I, 2, 3, 4, 45 "M" Club. ,.. Knvxl lu uucil Track ll lx II SENIOR CLASS l-I I.I.IiR ll IRRINGTON ,llll SIHY, MISS. If Izsifzrsf li X' slums A. H,xRRIs IIIQIIII, MIss. l.11fwn1l .lrls X-w ..4 CI.YnE x LITTLE HARTSEIELII OXFORD, MISS. LIIIFNII .lrls Band, Y. M. C. A. ETHELYN ELMER HENRX' LONG BEACII, MISS. Libfral flrls K A 'I' 6 K T aylor Medal in History, l37, Vice-President VVOman's Stu- 7 dent Government ' 8' Y. VI. . 3 I C. A., International Relations Club, ,37, '38, "M" Book Staff, '38, Assistant in Psychology, l38, Tassels, '38, Co-Ed Ed- itor of Ilflississipjwian, '38, RI- flc Club, '37, '38. CII.'IRI.Es R. INIERRON, -IR. CAN'ION, MISS. llusinfss Pl A I5 CIRAIIAM CIILES IIOEIPER M A'I'IIIS'I'0N, MISS. lfflumlion II' mor llull, '37, ,Rui ALIBREY' RLISSEL HARRIS SHANNON, MISS. Liberal glrts II K A FRANK HART PICAYUNE, MISS. Business fl? H CI' Blue Key, Vice-President Stu- dent Body, '37, Football, '35, '36, ,37, '38, Secretary Y. M. C. A., '37, Vice-President Freshman Class, l35, Interfra- ternity Council, Y37. Rosa HEALY N ATCH EZ, MISS. Librral .-Irts X Q, A A A, H 2 qw Student Dance Committee, Sec- retary Liberal Arts School. CLYDE HERRINGTON ROM E, MISS. Erzyirzvwring EGBERT HINES, JR. CRUGER, MISS. 13 ll s i Il rss 41: xl! Glee Club, 2, 3, Secretary of Musical Club, Y37, '38. IBXVEN T. HoI,nER CORINTII, MISS. liusinrss A T A Band, 2, 3, Assistant in Ac- counting, 4. I-161 SENIORCLASS . H. G. HCJI.I.EAI.-KN BAY ST. LOUIS, MISS. I'fl1gi1Ir1'fing :fx H xl: Y. INI. C. A., '36, '37, Phi Sigma Literary Society, '36, '37, Vice- President of Senior Engineer- ing Class. THOMAS GASTON HORNE MERIDIAN, MISS. Businfss K A E. PA UL HOYLE ' ITTA BENA, MISS. Libcral .-I rls K E S. EDWARD IZARD NEVVHEBRON, MISS. Libfral .Jrts Y. M. C. A., Assistant in Biol- Ogyv 3' 4- CLAUDE JENNINGS, JR. KOSCIUSKO, MISS. Libfral I-Iris H K A Y. M. C. A., Phi Sigma, Ger- man Club, RiHe Club. IQATHLEEN JONES CLARKSDALE, MISS. Liberal iris CIP M International Relations Club, Y. W. C. A., 4. I47J , :su all-I Q1 lluola Illl UNI, MISS. Pllllllllllfy I,II1lI'IIl1lI'X' Clula. CECELI.-X HOSEY I.AL'REI., MISS. Libfral .lrlr ff' M Pix, Tasselsg Debating Team, 23 Annual Staff, 3, Y. XV. C. A., 4, International Relations Club, 4. PHILLIPS HARRISON IZARD GEORGETOXYN, MISS. Businrss E SI' E M. O. A. K. S., '37, '38. ELLIS K. JAGGERS PONTOTOC, MISS. Libfral .1115 Y. M. C. A., 4. LURLINE JOHNSON OLIVE BRANCH, MISS. Librral .Jrts Y. VV. C. A., 4. LORA LOVE JONES CLARKSDALE, MISS. Librral .-Irts A A II L11 nzriis S. Ll-IR:-xx. IR. c' ".If"X XIISS 1..m .f Ml l.Xl1 Ricu uzn E. KEYE oxrouzo, xnss. llzzttzfifvzz I A Ii, T KA. fl'II I, H K II Vice-President Tau Kappa Al- pha, President, Phi Eta Sig- ma, '37, President, Pi Kappa Pi, '33, Blue Key, Cniversity Players, '36, '37, Y. M. C. A., '38, Hermean, '35, '36, Debate Team, '36, '37, International Relations, '36, '37, Cniversity Chorus, 36, Dagger Point. Ronmr IKINCADE CIARKSIJAII, MISS. Iirzqzzzffy A xl! NI. O. A. K. S., '36, Blue Key, '36, Dagger Point, '36, Foot- ball, 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball, 1, 2: Track, I, 2, President Sen- ior Class Business School. tlxxms Q. LovETT l.'lL'RFI., MISS. l,illrH11 .lrlf 'I' Ii 'I' Ronmzr 3I.xGRt'nER I'0R'I CIBSOY, MISS. l!u.rin1'5s 'I' .X fi Phi Sigma, '3S: Y. NI. C. A., 41 fum Dance Committee. Bn.i.n5 G. AI.-IRTIX j.-ICKSON, Miss. ljhrrnl .Iris Y- M- C. A. Vice-President, '36. 5.- ENIOR CLASS l 4 v 1 1 J' 2' I CLAUD LEAKE IQEIRN CRCCER, MISS. Librral .1 ris sb K XI' Cardinal Club, 2, M. O. A. K. S., 4. FRANK QBRUISERI KlN.ARD JACKSOX, MISS. Business O A K Blue Key, Hall of Fame, All- American, 36, Football, 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball, 1, 2, 3, 4, Track, r, 2, Captain Football, '37- Sm IQING PELAI-IATCHIE, MISS. Liberal :Iris H K A Business Staff .IIisJix.vippian, 2, 3, X. M. C. A., 2, 3, Phi Sigma, 2, Treasurer Junior Class, Business Staff OLE Miss, 3, Interfraternity Coun- cil, 3, Student Committee on Fraternities, 3. HERBERT Li'NcEFoRn SI..-YII2 SPRINGS, MISS. l,iln'ral .Iris JEAN RI.-XLLINC I..-XKEXYOOIJ, OIIIO Librral .-Iris .x 1' Y. XV. C. A., 41 Beauty Section, '37, Atheneum Club, 3, 4, Pan-llellenic Council, 3, 4. james T. Masox Purzvrs, Miss. Lilzfral .elrfs 3 df lc " . 1' ,J .fgx J E481 if .I s.q-!1u.v,:. Zflff. DICK HALL IXIARCHRANKS NEVS' AI.IzANY, Miss. Business DEOI.ECE MILLER Mccoor., Miss. Liberal .-lrts WALTER D. IVIILNER OCEAN SPRINGS, MISS. Business 2 N Mississippian Staff, Catholic Club. IRBY MOORE OAKLAND, MISS. Business 2 N M. O. A. K. S., Interfraternity Council, Mississippian Staff, Y. M. C. A. ERNEST E. MORRISON MERIDIAN, MISS. Liberal .flrts K 2, fb H 2 Mississippian Staff, I, 2, Her- mean, 3, 4, Y. M. C. A., 4. TOM MURPHREE JACKSON, MISS. Business 2 A E S AIARY iXIl2I.I.liN S'l.X'I Ii C'Ul.l,I'fflI',, MISS. I.iln'r1Il .lrls RAI.l'I'I BIILLS Inuaw, MISS. Liberal .elrls .E 111 In Football, I, 2, Assistant Fresh- man Football Coach, 3, Y. M. C. A., I, 2, 3, 4. POLLY MITCHELL TUNICA, MISS. Master of flrts EDDIE IMIACK MORGAN MOORI-IEAD, MISS. Business K E, O A K Blue Key, Business Manager Of 1938 OLE Mlssg "M" Clubg Track, '35, '36, '37, Head Cheerleader, '36, '37, Assistant Cheerleader, 135g Student and Faculty Publications Council, OLE MISS Staff, Interfraternity Council, International Rela- tions Clubg Interfraternity Dance Committee, Y. M. C. A. NIARGARET MURPHEY ITTA BENA, Miss. Liberal Jfts fp M, H 2 qv Pan-Hellenic Council, 3, 4, In- ternational Relations Club, 43 Senior Y. W. C. A. Cabinetg Tasselsg Vice-President Latin Club, 4. DICK MCALISTER M ERIDIAN, MISS. Business KID II 41 SENIOR CLAS vl '-.wlx IX' xi YE AIQCOOI. 'll 'QXKI XIISS 5 . , . l,1z.tm if liginrl, 1, 2, 3, 43 X. INI. C. A. IKIRK XV. AICCORNIICK YAYUO CIIY, MISS. Ulu ral .lrlx II K fb ROBERT HILL AICCURNIICK HICKORY, MISS. lfufilzfss II K A M. O. A. K. S., 4, Glee Clnh, 1, 2, 3, 4, Senior Y Cabins-tg R. O. T. C. Rifle Club, Phi Sigma Literary Society. Cmns IXICIEEE, AIR. r.m..xxn, Miss. Iiu.rim'55 EX sl. XV. IXIcI.E1.1.,xN Cl,liYliI.ANlJ, MISS. I.il1rral .lrlx K S' .4 RowlzN..x IYICILIIE -1 ACKSUN, MISS. Librral .flrls XS! S IXIARGARET GRACE INICCORKLE OXFORD, MISS. Librral .iris Senior Y Cabinet, Gr1du1te A sistant, '38. RIARY L. IXICCORMICK RICHTON, MISS. Lilzrral .iris X Q R L'TH PAYN12 MCELROY OXFORD, MISS. Lilmral .-Iris DAVID MCLE.-IN M ERIDIAN, MISS. Librral .iris K A Annual Staff, '35, 36 ice President Junior Claes Inter national Relations Club 3 Y. M. C. A., 1, 2, 4 Stu Assirtant, 1, 2, 4. ISENJAMIN F. MCNE.-xl MOORHEAD, MISS. Lilzrral .lrls ICLOENE H. NEILI. N. C.-XRROI.I.'I'0N, MISS. Librral .-Iris II K A M. O. A. K. S., '36 37 IIer mean, '35, '36, '37 Anntm Staff, '35, '36, '37, I'r'1ternm Dance Committee, 36 37 K 1!: ..'.' . . .' -- - 1 -- SENIOR M.-xRTH.x NELSON JACKSON, Miss. l.iIu'1'al .Iris BQ LAYVRENCE OLSON CARROLLTON, MISS. Libfral .-Iris :X,H:fb,Bz,:T Vice-President Eta Sigma Phi, Vice-President Sigma Upsilong Vice-President P h i lo s O p h y Club, Hermean Literary SO- Clety, I, 2, X. M. C. A., 1, 2, 3, Band, I, 2, 3, JlIi.:sissippia11 Staff, 2, Band Advisory Coun- cil, 2, 3, Latin Club, 1, 2, 3. VOLETA PATE COFFEEVILLE, MISS. Liberal .4 rls JOE H. PENIX JACKSON, Miss. Liberal .Jrls K A Jllississipjwians, 1, 2, 3, 4, Band, If 21 3s 4- JOHN B. POPE COLLINS, MISS. Business VV1LL1AM M. PORTER, JR. TYLERTOXVN, MISS. Business II K '17 Interfraternity Council. Iill CLASS l.l 'rua lil-. may Nix Oximus, ww. l.lIH7'1lf Iris QIOHN A. PARKER PlC.xYL'Nl-i, MISS. l,llu'r'1lI .Iris Secretary Of Y. M. C. A. GECDRGE PATTON JACKSON, MISS. Lilu-ral .Iris 9 K N Blillsaps, I, 2, Y. INI. C 4. A. P. POPE E.-IST MOLINE, II.I.. Businfss 'll .X 9 BILL PORTER P.-ITTISON, MISS. Libvral .-Iris B911 M. O. A. Ix. S. RIALCOLM POSEY OXFORD, MISS. Plzarmafy A T Q Pharmacy Club. Tennis, 1, 2, Annual Staff 2 SENIOR CLASS Tl' 7: Tix PIMER IX 'x'. BIDS. 1. f'.',f Ti- Ilw'-'f"" ' 3.4: .X""g.a' Sui LQ Y CSICI ' 4 BRENT H. IQLIXN f.1qF!,xx'.I1'iII, MISS. I111.fTf:f.h IX Y. NI. C. A., '34,-'35, '37-'39: Phi Sigma Literary Society. '34-'33 KITHRYN CHILIIRESS RHEue PUPE. SIIEE. Blur afion LESLIE ROGERS fLREIiXXK'O4'7I.I, MISS. l.il1.-ral .lfI.f A XII, II :Q 'Ii xi. ci. A. K. S., 4. RURERT RfJL'XS.XYII.LE unnEx'ii.r.E, Miss. IZQJIHIIIIUII II H II I . NI, C . A., 37- 38. Ilmcmm RL'Ti.EncE SH,-KN NON, MISS. lilzfml .lrI5 II II ' J T' R. ' 1 -77 1 fa! 1 - v' fb- J S-,j'JLf I. H"- - ,H'fEf.,: f 1,35 .jfl JAMES PCCKETT CRYSTAL SPRINGS, MISS. Libfral .Iris 1iDIIE,HKH,l'EIZ Senior Y. NI. C. A. Cabinet Treasurer Senior Class. GROVER B L' FORD RATLIFF BALDXYYN, SIISS. Lillfrllf .1rI5 GERALDIXE ROBERTS JACKSON, MISS. Librral .iris K A, X A Transfer Millsaps College: Glee Club. PETER Ros.xTo. JR. BANGOR, PENNA. Enginrrringl Treasurer A. S. C. E4 Treasurer Engineering School. RL'TH RUSSELL YICKSBCRC, MISS. Lib 'ml .Iris ii xv. C. A., '35, '36, IJIIIII Club, '36, '3j'. RIARCARET RITLEDGE Mccoma, Miss. Lillfflll .'lrl5 A .X .X 3,. 38 E521 SENIOR CLASS ELSIIE SAIIIN CREENIYOOIJ, MISS. l.Il1l'l'lII .'1f!5 X Q Pix, IAIlIE'IIt'lIIII, 2, 3. HARTLEY T. SANFORII 1'I"I'A BIQNA, MISS. Librral ,Iris ,X T U QSLIFFORD SCH U LTZ YICKSB URC, MISS. Librral I-Iris fl' K NI', II fl 'I' IlltCI'fI'lIICI'IIlIj' Council, M. O. A. K. S. LUCY NVERII SHARP GRENADA, MISS. Libnwl .Iris X Q OLIVER SHAW UNIVERSITY, MISS. Librral flrls Honor Roll I, 2, 3, Boxing Team, 3, "M" Club, 3. GILL SHELTON RULEVILLE, MISS. V 152 'LT-7 Businvss E X Tennis Team, '36-'37. fl ,' f 'Q P .7 x , 'glfj f 3, T531 'NTI5' I KI I 'V' I I ' lx 1 . . LILII IDIS S. S xXl7l.RS, -lli. ll.XRl'l IU II I I, MINS. l.Ifn'r'al .Iris fllflllllill C lIIlI, 35: X. M. CMN, 4. SEIIISTIAN Ii. S.-XNTORA KOSCIUSKO, MISS. I.iln'ml Ilrls PIIIWIN B. SHIICREROIPF IzA'I'EsvII.I.E, MISS. lglljillfji' Z H 'I' I.. S. V., I, 2, Y. M. C. A., 4, Band, 1, 2, 3, 43 Golf Team, Mississippiansg II1iIIiIfppi.m Staff. RIARG.-XRET SH.-IRPE JACKSON, MISS. l,il1I'r1Il :Iris XQ 'I'rrInsfer Millsaps, Y. YV. C. A, I, 2, 3, 43 Classical Club, Feature Section, 3, 4. VIRGINIA SHEFFIELD I"UI.'I'ON, MISS. Libwral .iris A Z XVOODROXV S H E LTON SMI'I'I'IVIl.LE, MISS. Lilzrral :Iris Atheneum Club. SENICRC -IUHN THOMAS SHERMIN MKKIIJIXY, MISS. l!I1.II11I,I.e 4'A 0 PM L M.SHII1I-EY C.Xl.llUL'N Cl'IY, INIISS. Iirizzmliozz Y. M. C. A. D.-XNION BEALIVOIRE SMITH MERIDIAN, MISS. Librral .lrfs B 9 TI Ole Miss Band, I, 2, 3, 4, Colle- gians, I, 3, Mississippians, 2, 4. L.-XNDON JEROME SMITH 'I'UPIiI.O, MISS. Libfral .f1rI.f A K li M. O. A. K. S., '37-'33, M..xRTH.x R. SMITH HOLLY SPRINGS, MISS. l.iln'ral :Iris A A A Mixxisyippian Staff, Y. W. C. A Trznnv SMITH 'lClIUl.A, MISS. l.il11'ral .Iris K I NI. U. A. K. S., llonor Roll 1 I f 1 33-34, Y. M. C. A., I, 2 3. 4- hVll,I.IA5I G. SOIIRS, -IR. rl.-XCKSUN, MISS. ,JIM HI' lffj Ii .x, 'I' A 'I- L 'ki 71' 01 "Rig W ASS PRESCOTT A. SHERMAN MCCOMB, MISS. Engineering EN,oAK,2OII Blue Key, Secretary, President Class, 1, 2, 3, 4, Mississippizzrz Staff, 1, 2, 3, 4, Business Man- ager Mixsissippian, 4, Presi- dent A. S. C. E., M. O. A. K. S., President Sigma Theta Pi, Y. M. C. A., Gym Dance Committee , Interfraternity Council, 4, Cardinal Club, 2, Dagger Point. FRANCIS SIMPSON MERIIJIAN, MISS. Libfral flrls K A J. A. SMITH INDIANOLA, MISS. BIIJIIIFJS A XI! Blue Key, Treasurer, 4, Foot- ball, IQ Phi Sigma Literary Society, Student Dance Com- mittee, 2, 3, 4, Floor Chairman Student Dance Committee, 4, Varsity Boxing, 2, 3, "M" Club, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President "M" Club, 4, M. O. A. K. S., President junior Class, Stu- dent Executive Council, 4, Y. M. C. A. LOUISE SMITH CANTON, MISS. Businrss A A A Y. VV. C. A., 4, Treasurer VV. A. A. AI.-XRTHA V.-XNCE SMITH GRENADA, MISS. Liberal .elris XS? IRENE SNYDER LAUREL, MISS. Business A A A Pix, Secretary of B. S. C. School, Y. VV. C. A., 4. AI.-XRY FINN SPEED MERIIII.-IN, MISS. Iidurafion A A A Tassels, Y. YV. C. A., I, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President Y. VV. C. A., 4, Secretary Pan-Hellenic, 3, Vice-President Pan-Hellenic, 4, President XVomen'S Student Government Association, 41 Glee Club, I. I5-11 SENIOR CLASS LILLA CLAIRE STEVENS JESS SEN.-x'I'oBIA, MISS. Librral .-Iris A .A A University Chorus, Rifle Club, lllississippian Staff, I, 2, 3, 43 Y. IV. C. A., 4, University Players, I, 2, 3, 4g Treble and Bass Club. QUALLS STIGLER, jR. GREENVILLE, MISS. Engirzrfring Z2 X, 2 9 II, X E Duke I'niversity, I, 2, Blue Key, Executive Council of A. S. B., 4, 5g Charter President Chi Epsilon, President, Vice-Pres- ident Sigma Theta Pig A. S. C. E., Secretary, 4, Vice- President, 5, President Senior Class, President Engineering School, 53 Mississippian Busi- ness Staff, 4, 5, Honor Council Engineering School, Chairman, 4. EDWIN SULLIVAN MIZE, Miss. Liberal .Jrts CIP II 113 Y. M. C. A., '37-'38, University Players, '37-'38, JULIEN R. TATLYM MERIDIAN, MISS. Liberal .iris A T Q Scribblers. SCOTT TENNYSON COLUMBUS, Miss. Librral .iris EX,O.AK,'bHE,TKA Treasurer Freshman Class, Band, '34-'35, '35-'36s Y- M- C. A-, '34, '35, '36, ,37, ,38: Mississippian Staff, Business Manager Mississippian, '36- '37g Annual Staff, '35-'36, Her- mean Literary Society, Dagger Point, Arrowhead, President, , University Players, Assistant Directory Debate Teamg Pres- ident Debate Council, ,37-l38Q Instructor Speech Department, '36-'37, '37-'38, State Oratory, '3+-'35- IIIIARY BELLE TINSLEY DEKALB, MISS. Liberal Arts K A Y. W. C. A., 4, International Relations Club. RUTH SAGE TUCKER Issl ECRU, Miss. Education A Z 1-7 r sag,- I - ' its Suu XIQLI. S'l'IiXiI-,NS Kl.XRKiIl.Xl I, Mis-. l.Iln-ral ,Irrs AAA ii W. ct A., 3, 4, W. x x M. S. C. XY., I, 2. :XRGYLE ,Ii,XYI.0R Srocxs B.XI.llNK'YN, MISS. Librral .Iris K 2, II X A Y. M. C. A., Hermean Iiter rx Society, Foreign Relations XVILLI.-XM M. TARASCHI SEN.-X'I'OBI.-X, MISS. Libfral qlrts JOHN ROBERT TAYLoR XYEST POINT, MISS. Libfral .flrls A K 11: Vice-President Senior Class M o. A. K. s., A37-'32, LELI.-X TERRY LAUREL, MISS. Business A A A Tasselsg Pix, Secretary of Asso ciated Student Body Club Sponsor, Cheerleader Annual Staff, 1, 2, 3 Miss Ole Missy' '37-'38. IQERMIT M. TRIAI TIPTONVILLE, TENN. Libcral .iris E CID E FLETCHER VEAZEY COLDYYATER, MISS. Liberal .iris K A Y. M. C. A., '37-'33, M o K. S., '37-'38, If.xi.xnE ISLLITX IVADE oxsoxn, Miss. l.i!frm! .lrfx Y. XY. C A., 4. HEWITT KV. XVALLACE BII.OXI, MISS. I,iln'l'af .Iris A T A M. O. A. K. s., '36 ternity Council. OPAL XVALLER Oxlfokn, MISS. l.I,lI'f'llf .lrli ROBERT B. XVEEKS ACK ERMAN, MISS. Ijlfrra! .Iris BETTY VVEST MCCOMB, MISS. I.iln'ral :Iris X fl LEROY H. XVIIIEIAN C:1R'IIIACli, MISS. Iiusirmrs JOSEPH C. VVHITE Oxl-mum, Miss. lfzziilnmr SENIOR CLASS Interfra- 'T' v 19' 'X . .X . . 1 I 1 W, J I x 1 jj rf! ROBERT VVILSON VVALL BOYLE, MISS. Liberal .-Iris Kb A O, O A K Editor 1937 OLE Miss, Blue Key, Vice-Presidentg Y. M. C. A., M. O. A. K. S., President of B. A. School. MARY JANE XVALLACE OXFORD, Mlss. Librral .-Iris A A A, E A I Belhaven, rg University Chorus, 2, 3, Treble and Bass, 2, 3, 43 President Sigma Alpha Iota. INIARJORIE NVARD CLEVELAND, MISS. Librral .Jrts A A A X. VV. C. A., '37. RIELVIN VVELFORD I.EAKESVII,I.E, MISS. Plmrmafy BOBBY XVHEAT ENID, MISS. Lilzrral :Iris ily xl! Cn rmlinzxl Club .IULIAN XVHELESS HA'I"l'IESBURC, MISS. Iizlsirzfss E A E M. O. A. K. S., '37-'38g Mug- gvrrs, '37-'38 I561 LVC1 SENIOR CL 1.12 XYVHITEHEAIJ CI.ARKSIJ.Xl.E, Miss. Lilrrral .Iris 11, u, T K A Y. VV. C. A., '3i, 'q6. '37, '33, Treasurer, '36-'37g Glec Club, '35, Debate Squad, '3g, '36, '37, '38, "bl" Book Stall, Scr- retary T. K. A., International Relations Club. GENEX'lEX'E XVn.nE JACKSON, MISS. Libfflll .1I'I.t K A International Relations Club. ELIZABETH lV1LK1Ns GRE NADA, MISS. Bll.fIlIF5S kQ,EAI Vice-President Treble and Bass: Vice-President Sigma Alpha Iota, Y. YV. C. A., Rifle Club, VV. A. A. BI.-ARG.-XRET VVILLIAMS ITTA BESA, Miss. Librral .-Irts K A Y. W. C. A., 3, 4, w. A. A., 3- -I- DIARY LANE XVOAIACK JACKSON, Miss. Liberal .Iris Brass H71 XQ Y. VV. C. A., 1, 2, 3, 4. XVOOD B.-XTESVILLE, MISS. Libcral :Iris X Q Pan-Hellenic, '37-'38, Y. XV. C. A., '37-'38, R. O. T. C. Spon- sor, ,36',37. Z A 'VP as W. Q. S S Rl ri A XX :i,f,1xA IxIXX XXII, NIINS. IIIWMI. lui II Ii 'I' 'lint uwrow XX'1I.m'. Pla' xi l xl, xllsi, IIl1.vi11r,f.f Il Ii .X .lonx ll. XY1I.l.i xus RAX MUNIJ, MISS. Ijlu mf .1115 II If A HA2131. XYILSUN YAIDIEN, MISS. l.1lur11l .1115 lf .X AYAYNE XVoon FL IJON, MISS. Lilwral .lrls AIILDRED L. XVOOD XY.YI'l-IR Y.XI.I.EY, MISS. limirzrsx Y. XY. C. A. RUTH ZINKE CHICAGO, ILL. Lilzrral .lrls K A Pixg Y. NV. C. A., 2, 43 NY. A A., 3, .tg XY. S. G. A. Legis Iative Council, 4,3 Annua SII1flf,2. The migl'1+y junior whose greaf accomplishmenfs are incompar- able fo his dreams and enficipa- fions. n ng..-1-vii HAN D, TRAX'LOR, PUCKETT, WORSHAM CDPPICERS CHARLES TRAYLOR . JAMES R. HAND . CLIFF WORSHAM . E. E. PUCKETT . U QR . Presizlwzl 0 Liberal fits Schoof . . President of Busznfss Sahool . President 0 Engnzfwzrzg Sahool . Pl'FSil1FIlf 0 Pharmacy Sfhool X '53 y '15 f I Clqfxbb ., - Kryf'-'i F1 1 4 'X f- .1 . mv 4. vfg, jj Y ,- M '!J.'1-' V-' ' 1 " 'M A 'Q C Z I Z y J ' 1? 752. ,A A3 '57 5 is lx in i I' I-4, 6 , " N' . 4' ' . 'L A il. A , V N5 4 a .l i A , 5 U a 'G fk f Q X 4. Q ' A - I 3 F4 -3 -5' JUNIOR CLAS BEN C. .LAD-AMS, dv A 9 . . , . . . Liberal .lrts Band. 1, 2, Glee Club, 1 NIARY AL'CL'sTA XXDAMS, X SJ ...,.. Liberal .iris ROANE IXDAMS, X Q , ...... . Business Pixg Secretary of Junior Class, Y. W. lN'lARIE YADDISON, A A A, E A I ...... Liberal .Jrts CATHARINE HOPE ALDRICH, A A A . . . . Liberal .Jrls Y. W. C. A. JAMES AI.sOP, E A E . . Liberal .-Iris Liberal .J rls DAX'IlJ lYlOORE .ANDERSON, JR., H K A . . Liberal :Iris llfississippiun Business Staff, lg AL'GL75TL'S XV. .ANDERSON . . C. XV. JXNDERSON, S A E ...... . Business ,ANNA YAYRES, X Q . ..... . Liberal .iris Pix STUART B.-XCKSTROM, fb M ....... Liberal .Jrfs Pix STEPHEN RAY BARRER, A K E ...... Liberal .-Iris LOUISE BARRON, X Q ......... Business C. A.: VV, A. ......Laurel, Phi Sigma. 3 XV. A. A., Y. W. C. A. R.-XY BASS, II K A .......... Liberal .-lrls Treble and Bass Music Club, Stunt Night Award, Mississippian Staff, 1, 2 ELI.1s BATES, 'if II fir . ...... . Edueaiion FRANCES BEI.C1-IER, K A ,....... Liberal .-Iris GARDNER BENNETT, B 9 H ....... Business MACR T. BLACKXYOOD, E fb E ...... Liberal .Jrts Band, 1, 2, 3g Hermean Literary Society, DORIS BOND, A A A .......... Liberal .J rts University Chorus, ' 36-' 37 VV.-ALTER BOYETT . ...... . Liberal .-Iris KIMBLE BRADLEY . . .... . Business JOHN BRANDT, E X . .,..... . Business . Grenada, Miss. . Tupelo, Miss. . Natchez, Miss. A. Miss. . Pontotoc, Miss. . Cruger, Miss. . Hammond, La. . Newton, Miss. . Okolona, Miss. Alexandria, La. Leakesville, Miss. . Tupelo, Miss. Indianola, Miss. Lumberton, Miss. . Union, Miss. Memphis, Tenn. . Meridian, Miss. . . . . . . . Drew, Miss. 2, 3, Dance Committee . . . . Greenwood, Miss. . . . Jackson, Miss. . Hattiesburg, Miss. . . . Cape Girardeau, Mo. Mississippians, 3, Band, 3, Musical Club, 3 XVALTER BRIDCEEORTH, E A E, 111 H 22, T K A ..... Yazoo City, Liberal .1 rts lHI'ssIssippmn Staff, '36-'37, '37-'38, Debate Team, '36-'37, Hermean Literary Society, ' MuRI.E BROCK .... ...... Pharmaey DOROTHX BROWN, A A A ....... Liberal .-Irts MARY IiI.IzAnE'I'H BURNETT, K A .... . Liberal .slrts Y. W. C. A., 24 W. A. LEO CAl.DVk'El.I. . ...... . . Liberal .slris RICHARD EUGENE CAl.DXYEl.I., E fb IC .... Liberal .sl ris CATHARINE CAMPBEI.I.,l AA . . . . . . Liberal :Iris JAMES A. C.XNFlEl.D, II K 'If ...... Liberal flrls Y. M. C. A. i601 Miss. 37-'38 . . . Marks, Miss. . Vllater Valley, Miss. . . Hollandale, Miss. A., 2 . . . Big Creek, Miss. . Baldwyn, Miss. . Mobile, Ala. . Collins, Miss. JUNIOR CLASS GEORGE XVlTlle CXNIIN . , , l.l!n'nlI .lrI,r I.t'lLlllLi. CYRII Calulx, -lf H li ...... . . . . liilnxi, EJIIHIIIVIII Newman Club. Y, Xl. C. .-X: IRIVIIRJK wnnl Relations Club CSVRADY C'As'lll.lou, K A ..,.....,A, Greenville, Lilwral .Iris Phi Sigma Llrerarv. So-:wuz Y, M. C, .-X.. l, -. 3 BRIQCE C',xl'sEl', II K A . . . . . . . Shelby. I . McComb, .I . .lIlClxN0ll, AA I X 1 ,l. - V f - r ' ' ' Oxford, ' - ioscillslio, 'S' MEMPHIS 9 - J. XYiggins, O lan Smlles Throl Plow, Tupelo, est Point, Tl Memphis. R. Tupelo, lldy Hook, '?l.ieu+. Archie Diclrson of Jackson. M555-. if 'glide' Plloi' who safely in France 'Eye-hours before 'l'he ihvasion from .file and who was lafer wounded, smiles in spife of his diffu- as he is 'lransporied io an aid srafiort ""l ""f',"T'Vl3S 'AIR CRASH C0979 l S C 'Associated Press Photo. Ai Laurel, P t"'inrerx-ille. c 1 Greenville, l . Erwin, l stal Springs, . Prentiss, l 4 iXVest Point, . Oxford, l . Oxford, Horn Lake, 3. Vice-Preslde Miss NF f' rr ,-a t J Nllss. Nllss. Miss. Miss. Miss. I' Xlls la 4' xlis - 1 - Y Miss. Mis Mis ef' 'c 4 2- . . ' , .J K 0 Miss. - A I I Tellll. mls.. 9 L, 2 ' IW., Miss 5 xi las n fl! VV Mlss A V ' 4 ii ., li Q r 3 ".. . xiisf l f ,4- Q V - f ' . Miss ' - . NIi5g A ' Nils S. Nils Nils Nils F. Q S. Miss ntl Greenwood, Mis M. C. .-X.. l. Beta Zeta. . . Biloxi, 1 Q 59 2 Q53 -jf 5 Nik Mlss. 'I Hermean Lltera aE 35. '36: Associate Editor of ,milf- xu pp an, 37, A ,N .cee. President Sophomore Pharmatv Class. '36: " I . lvl 5-K.: Annual StaH .ARCHIE LEWIS DICKSON, JR., K A ........... Jackson, Miss. Businrss Phi Sigma Literary Socletv: Y. M. C. A.. '37-'38g Boxing. '37g .lllsrlsslppun StaH. '37-'Bb J, f ' ERNEST A. Dlxox, A T .X .......... . . Union, Miss. 1. Q , Liberal .Jrls ' -9 Phi Sigma Literary Societyg Y. M. C. A,g .Hnsifsrppian Staff f Lucius DoAx, K A . ....... ..... S ardis, Miss. ,LA I Liberal .-Iris I61l C1 if . Elf '-1. ' Y bla. .em A 1:59 Az. .i" J R 'SI A9 li. 'El' Al 4 ll B I 1 '15 1 L , 4 AA A 253 1 7 Q if 'Q 1' Q I Q E W Q il ,A V... Ai 5 r X iw F' tr Qu 15' ,.. A i.. . 'e . -3 X I fn Q -3 .-51' 5 I JUNICDR CLASS BEN C. AIJAMS, dv A 9 . D Lilirrgzl rff Band, 1, 23 Glee Club, l MARY AUGUSTA ADAMS, X 52 ..... ROANE ADAMS, X Q . Libfral .-lrts Businfss Pix, Secretary of Junior Classg Y. W. C. A.g W. A. A. MARIE IXDDISON, A A A, E A I . .... Liberal Art: C.-'l'I'l-IARINE HOPE AI,lJRlCH, .A A A .... JAMES ALSOP, E A E . AUGUSTUS XV. ANDERSON DAVID MOORE ANDERSON, Missix C. VV. IANDERSON, E i Liberal .iris Y. W. C. A. i Libriral' Jits Librral .'1fl'5 JR., II K A . . Grenada Tupelo, Natchez, .......Laurel Pontotoc, Cruger 1 7 Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss Miss Hammond, La Newton, Miss ANNA AYRES, X 14, STUART BACKSTROI- Entry Registered LOUISE BARRON RAY BASS, H K A Treble and ELLIS BATES, fb H FRANCES BELCII ER, GARDNER BENNETT, MACK T. BLACKVVO' Band, 1, DORIS BOND, A A A' VVALTER BOYETI' KIMBLE BRADLEY . JOHN BRANDT, E X WALTER BRIDCEEORTI Mx'sIIsIippIan Staff, '36-'3 lVlURl.E BROCK . . DOROTHY BROWN, .A MARX' El,lZABE'l'Il BUR LEO CAI.DVS'EI.I. . . I . 4 AAN AND NOW A MARINE-Tha+'s Pvt D G J O R'C"fW" EUGENE CA'4'wi'fl1 Qeniral and Soufhwesfern, coached Cenlirll. seivigil onwghn: "no lf'l+0 Federal service. His companion in frying out a few CATHARINH CAMPBPIH., A A Jfxarkana. They are stationed ai' San Die o --Official U. S gm- 1' JAMES A. CANFIELD, II K 41 . . A. :. ,.Ifins, Miss Liberal flflfw ' ' ' '- Y. M. C. A. l601 JUNIOR CLASS CiEORCE BVITTE CANTIN ..,.... Liberal .Iris . l.C'l1lllIl, CYRII. CARVIN, fb 9 K ......... . . liilnxi, Eduralion Newman Club: Y. Bl. C. A.: International Relations Club GRADE' CA5Tll,I,OXV, K A ........ . Greenville, Liberal .lrls Phi Sigma Literarv Society: Y. Bl. C. A.. l. 2, 3 BRL'CE CAL'sEi', II K A .......,.... . . Shellsy, Liberal .Iris CHARLES CHANDLER, E X ........ . McComb, Liberal .lrfs MILDRED CHADXYICK, A Z ......... . Jackson, Liberal .iris Y. XV. C. A.. 3g XV. A. A.. 3 CARRIE FRANCES CHAPMAN . ...... . Oxford, Edurafion JANE SMITH CHEN.-XIJLT . ...... . Kosciuskn, Liberal .iris JAMES A. CHERRY, K E . ...... . XVig,gins, Liberal .-Iris EDWARD B. CHILDRESS, K A ....... . Flora, Business Boxing STEWART CLAYTON, fb A 9 ........ . Tupelo, Liberal .Iris Track Manager. I. 2. 33 Y. Bl. C. A.. 1. Z CLARA FRANCES CLISBY, X Q ....... . XVQ-st Point, Business XV. A. A.g Y. W. C. A LUCY JANE CONNELL, A A A .,..... . Memphis, Liberal .iris J. B. CONWAY, E N . . ...... . . Tupelo, Business VV. COOPER CRAIN, E sb E ........ . Sandy Hook, Liberal .-Iris MARY RUTH CRANFORD, A A A ..... . . Laurel, Liberal .Jrts ROBERT N. CROCKETT, E sb E ....... . VVinterx-ille, Liberal .lrts Band HERMAN CROXTDER, II K A ....... . Greenville, Liberal .iris Louise M. CRozIER, A I' ........ . . . Erwin, Liberal .Iris MARX' CRUISE .... ....... C rystal Springs, Liberal .iris JOHN S. DALE, B 6 II . ...... . Prenriss, Business Band JACK DALTON, A K E . ...... . Yvest Point, Liberal .iris EDD H. DANIEL, 1'I K A ........ . Oxford, Pliarrnary Phi Sigma Literary Society. 2. 3 RICHARD A. DAVIS ................ Oxford, Pharmacy Vice-President of Sophomore Class, Pharmacy Club ED DAVIS, B 9 II ............... Horn Lake, Liberal .J rts Miss. Miss. Miss. Bliss. Bliss. Bliss. Bliss. Miss. Bliss. Bliss. Bliss. Bliss. Tenn. Bliss. Bliss. Bliss. Bliss. Bliss Bliss. Bliss. Bliss Bliss. Bliss. Bfllss. Bliss. Mississippian StaH, 1, 2, 33 Annual Staff, 1. 2, 35 Latin Club, 1. 2. 3. Vice-President Z JOHN VVEBB DELOACH, 'iv A 9, B Z .... ..... G reenwood, Business Band, l, 2. 3: Assistant Drum Major, 2. 35 President of Band. 33 Y. Bl. C. A., 1. 2. 3: Hermean Literary Society, Z, 3, Treasurer. 3: President of Beta Zeta, Bliss. EDWARD A. DEMILLER, E A E ............ Biloxi, Miss. Liberal .-Iris Hermean Literary Society, President: Mississippian StaH. '35, '36g Associate Editor of illus- sissippian, '37g Gym Dance Decorating Committeeg President Sophomore Pharmacy Class. '36g Y. M. C. A.g Annual Staff ARCHIE LEXTIS DICKSON, JR., K A ......... . Jackson, Business Phi Sigma Literary Society: Y. M. C. A.. '37-'38g Boxing, '37, Mississippian StaH. ERNEST A. DIXON, A T A ............ . Union, Liberal .il ris Phi Sigma Literary Society, Y. M. C. A., Mississippian StaE LUCILE DOAN, K A . ....... .... . . Sardis, Liberal Arts I6ll Bliss. '37-'38 Bliss. Miss. ,rn F' R I 013 Q ,ca -'X I . J? lf ', lr Q 2 A 9 is A ' l 9 ,. in 'A IA 'g.aj' ff M11' 3 'B' 5, " 5 s . 'Q' sv , Q . ' '- 1 A f .X A , ff.. R . R . 2 O Ya ,Q . ? L .2 'Z Q 4 '- 'Z N 'x 3 xg Q . P 4 A N! JUNIOR CLASS CHARLES DUNAOIN . . . . Business Football JAMIE EDXYARDS, II K A . .... . Liberal .iris GEORGE J. EINHORN . ..... . Liberal Jrts .ADELINE ERLBACIIER, A 1' . . . . . Librral .-Iris EARL ESTES, A T Q . .... . Lzbfral .Jrls TRAVIS FILGO . . . . . . . Liberal .-Iris VIRGINIA REID FITE, X Q ..... Edurarion Y. W. C. RAY FOSTER . ...... . A., W. A. A. Liberal .-Iris Band Nl.-XRCUERITE FREEMAN, fb M .... Liberal Jrtx TIIOMAS M. GARDNER, E A E ..... Liberal Alrts "M" Club, Boxing Team, Mlxxirxippian Society, Y. Nl. C. CLARENCE M. GEORGE . . . . Liberal .-Iris Cheerleader: Y. M. C. NIARJORIE GIBSON, K A ........ Liberal .iris BILLY GILBERT, TI K A . Education Band. '36-'37 OVVILSON GILLIl,.AND, E N . . Businrss M Mixszxsippian Staff, Y. Staff, 1, 2, Jun A., Shot, 1. 1, . Hattiesburg Miss. . Richton, Miss. . . Pontotoc, Miss. . Evansville, Ind. . . Blue Mountain, Miss. . VVaterford, Miss. . . . . . Columbus, Miss. , Five Crown . . . . . Minter City, Miss. . . Laurel, Miss. . . . . . Gulfport, Miss. ior Football Manager, I-Iermean Literary A. . . . . . . Corinth, Miss. 3, "Heres: Man," 3 . ..,. Holcomb, . Lambert, Nesbitt, .C. A. VERNON CvIl.LY . ............ . Biloxi, Bll5lIlI'5.S' DAVID GLE.XSON, K A . . ..... . . . . Meridian, Buxinrss "Nl" Club, Catholic Club, Baseball IQATHLEEN GORE, K A . .......... . Houston, Liberal .-I rts HAROLD GO1'1'HELF,JR. . .... . . Liberal :Iris . . . . Vicksburg, Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Phi Sigma Literary Society President, '37, '38, Cardinal Club, Treasurer Freshman Y Cabinet, Sophomore Y Cabinet, Secretary Junior Y Cabinet, Secretary Atheneum Club, Freshman Days Committee, ,37, Mlsxissippxiin Staff, l36, Assistant Editor lllisnrxippzan, '37-'38, Annual Staff, 4 L37-'33, Gym Dance Committee DAVID HAI,EX' . ..... . . Liberal .-lrfs R. O. T. C. CELESTE HALL, A A A ........ Liberal .-lrtr Utica, Greenwood, PARKER HALL, K E, 0 A K ...... .... . Tunica, Buxinrss "M" Club, International Relations Club JAMEs ROBERT HAND, lb A 9 ........... Cleveland, Bllflllfff Senior Basketball Manager, President of Junior Class HAROLD E. HANEY, A K E ..... 1. . .....I Oxford, ElIflllIf'1'l'l7lg Annual Staff, A. S. C. E., Vice-President, Secretary-Treasurer of Junior Class, Honor Council Representative at Large of Engineering School MARGARET HARDY, X S2 . . ..... . Liberal .tlrfs Secretary of NV. A. A., Y. .ARMS ELVIS HARRELSON ........ . Liberal :Iris SYKES HARTIN, fb II E . ...... ' Liberal flrts Scribblers, University Players, Honor Roll, Y M. PAULINE HARTMAN, K A . . . Librral flrts CLARENCE HARVEY . ...., . Liberal rl rls Assistant in Chemistry Department, JIM HENDRICR, A T A . . . Liberal :Iris ARVINE HENRY, li 6 II ........ Liberal Arts . . . . Columbus, W. C. A. . Bruce, . . . . . Columbus, C. A., Hermean Literary Soci Itta Bena, VVinona, Y. M. C. A. . ...... Lena, . . . . New Haven, Catholic Club, Basketball, '37-'38 E621 Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. ery Miss. Miss. Miss. Conn. JUNIOR CLASS fiOLDY HENRY, II K fb . ..., . Darling, Bu.fim'5.f KITTYE XVINTER HICKS, A I' .....,. . Memphis, Librral .lrts EMANUEL H. HIX, fb A 9, 0 A K, A E , ..., Jackson, Liberal .rlrts Arrowhead Society-g Mimmppran Staff. 1. 2. 3. Managing Editor. 31 OLE MIss Staff "Nl" Book Staff. l. 1, 33 Y. Nl, C. A.: University Players Miss. Tenn. Miss. .l.2: DOROTHY HOLLAN, XQ .....,..... . . . . XV5-nne, Ark. Librral .-I rfs President VV. A. A., 35 VV. G. A.: President Rifle Range, 2. 35 Legislative Council Y. XV. C. A.: International Relations Club LEVVIS Hoon, JR .... MERLE HORN . FRANK HORTON, II K A THEOIDORE G. HOFFMAN . GEORGE S. IRBY, E X . JAMES JOHNSTON, K A . LEE JOHNSON, E A E . JEAN JOHNSTON . JOHN JUCHNOXYICZ . LARKIX KNOX, E X . FRANCES KUX'KENDALI,, X Q XVALTHER LAZIER . JOHN LEHNHAROT . NIARY ELIZABETH LEONARD LOUISE LINOSEY, 41 M Plzarmafy Baseball Libfral .lrls -Librral i-Iris i I Liibziral .lrtsi Businvxs Businfss A Libfrali.1i'l.ri i Liberal' .Ji-an iLibz'Iial iltls D ' Lila-41 .L-I3 ' i Liberal. .1li'f.vi D LibL'ral.ilI'l.f i i LibifI'fil.lrtiS i ,Ar ..,.. Liberal .J rfs iLiibcl'al..Jr15 i Secretary Junior Class, Officer Y Cabinet. 25 Inrernationa SHIRLEY LIVINGSTON, K E GEORGE LOCRHART, A X11 . Mrssxrsxppian Staff B usi nrsx ' Liberal ,II-13 ' Freshman Y Cabinet, Baseball, J. VV. LOVORN . . . .ANNETTE LOWE, X Q . HELEN Lum, K A . RICHARD MADOOX . G. A. NI.-XHONEY, K E . B. F. lVIANDI.EB.-AUM . BILLY lvl.-ANN . MCNEELX' MARION . . FRANCES MARKETTE, K A . i iPbarimafy' D Businfss Liberal Jrfs Y Cabinet, Rifle Club . . Biloxi, . Lucedale, . Grenada, . XVoOdland, . Como, . Benton, . Columbia, . Oxford, Staten Island, New Albany, . Charleston, . Jamestown, . Santa Ana, . Kosciusko, . . Laurel, l Relations Clubg University Z5 Boxing Liberal .alrts iLiiberial'.1IIi1s ' Elzginfering G Basketball, 36 Businfss I Football Liberal .4 rl: Liberal Arts I 63 1 . Tunica, . Pontotoc, . Colfeeville, . Newton, . Vicksburg, . Oxford, .Z,3. Miss. Nliss. Miss. Miss. bliss. Miss. Miss. Nliss. N. Y. Miss. Miss. N. Y. Calif. Miss. Miss. Players, bliss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. . Glendora, Miss. . New Orleans, La. . Grenada, . Houston, lVIiss. Miss. . Oxford, Miss. Q . -1 .1 ,Q M 'Q L - 'jf-.' ., 'vw-7991, 'ii A-f C2 f 3 i ' 745 r . .gm i :sq .'-W ff' , .-'z -V 5 A fri 9.9 'if X lr J? 4? Ir .V JUNIOR C W. M. Nl.-XRSH . .,.... . Liberal .Iris J. D. NIARTIN, JR., fb II fb ........ Liberal .lrfs Y. M. C. A. KENT lVlASSENGAI.E . ...... . Businfss Footballg Basketball RAYMOND CARL NIEDLOCK ..,..... Businrss Boxing lNlALCOI.M BAILEY NIONTGOMERY, K A .... Liberal .lrtx Band, i36, ,375 Orchestra, ,36, '37 NIILDREIJ DIONTCOMERY, A A A ....... Libfral .-Iris JAMES K. lNlOONEY , ..... . Pbarmafy ERNA lNlAE NIOORE . ..... . Edufalion JOHN L. DIOORE, K A . ....... . Liberal .Jfts International Relations Club VIRGINIA IWOORE, X Q, E A I ....... .Uusif DOROTHY MOSBY, X Q . . . . . Business HAROLD NIOSTKOFF, 111 E II . .... . Business "M" Club CHRISTINE NIIQRPHREE, fb M .....,.. Edufation Pix, Cheerleader. 25 Pan-Hellenic, XVALLACE lN'lL'RPHY ........ Liberal .1 fls ETHEL MCBEE, X Q . ...... . Librral .J rl: Pix BETTY lNlCC.-ABE, A A A . Liberal .iris Pix, Y. VV. C. A. JAMES KIMBOL NICCOXYN ..... Liberal .iris lNlARTHA MCCOY, A A A ...... Librral .rlrls ERNEST W. NICCRACKEN, H K fb ...... Enginrering 2,3 LASS . Ripley, . Raleigh, Hattiesburg, Miss Nliss Miss. Little Rock, Ark Yazoo City, Miss. . Inverness, Miss . Oxford, Miss. . Edinburg, Miss. . Scooba, Miss. . Senatobia, Miss. . Indianola, Miss. . Rosedale, Miss. . Shelby, Miss. . Calion, Ark. Greenwood, Miss. . Vicksburg, Miss. Noxapater, Miss. . Laurel, Miss. . Hernando, Miss. M. O. A, K. S., Dance Committeeg Interfraternity Council, Y. M. C. A., Football Manager, 1, 2. 35 Boxing, 1, 2, 3, President Engineering Class, 1, 2 lN'lARlE1'l'E SOLVAY AICDONALD, X Q ....... . . Memphis, Tenn. Liberal .J rfs Vice-President W. S. G. A.. 2, 3: President Y. W. C. A., 1, 2: Secretary Y. W. C. XV. A. A., 2. 3, Latin Club. lg Rifle Club, B. S. U. Council. 2. 3 JAMES DICKEE . . ........ . . B usi 11055 JOSEPH lAriCLAUGHI.lN . . . .. . . . . Lrbrral :Iris Catholic Club Librral .Jrls Gym Dance Committee XV. A. MCMAHEN, E A . l'lENRY lVlClVlljRTRAY . l Liberal .iris l EIINX-ARI! J. lN1CN.-XMARA ....... . Libfral .Iris Edufalion RODNEY QUIN NELSON, JR .......... Liberal .'Irt.r Y. Nl. C. A.: Glee Club O. W. NORswoR'ruY . . . . . . . . . Lilzrral :Iris Band SAM fbI.DEN, JR., 22 A l-I, fb ll I ...... Librral :Iris JOE P. NICNKNCHK . . . Picayune, . Liberty, . Union, Hazelhu rst, . Amory, Red Banks, A., 35 Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. . Grenada, Miss. VVaynesboro, Miss. Yazoo City, Miss. Hermean Literary Society. '35, '36, '37g Mississippian Staff, '36, '37g President Junior C. A., '38, Secretary Freshman Yg University' Chorus, '37 BROOKS PACK ................. Senatobia, Liberal :Iris If-4 1 ' " "Y-i Vw Y. M. Miss. JUN IOR CL 'IQIIOMAS PARKER . .,,...A . IfI1.rirIrs.v Football: Basketball: Track JAMES XVIIITENY.-XY P.-X'l"I'Y, .E X . . . . . l1'11g1irI1'rI'irIg1 American Society' of Civil Aux PAYNE, PI A li ......... ls'I1.ri111'.v5 Vice-President of Sophomore Class: VlC0'PfE5ld9I!f of junior Class: ager: Student Dance Committee IKE PEARSON, II K A ......... Lilzvral .lrtf ROBERT PENNINGTON, II K A ...... Erlufalion MAURICE PIGEORD, K A .... . . . Bll.flll1'.f5 Engineers ELIZABETH PI.EAsANTs, A A A ....,. . Librral .Iris MARY POTTER, X Q ...,.. Lillfral qlrls ETHEI, PRICE, A A A . ..... . Lilzvral .Alf-is Y. XV. C. A. ASS . Yicltsluirgg, Miss. Biglwe Vnllvj , Nllss. . . BOltuII,iNliss. Sophomoie Baseball Man- . Grenacla, . Amory, . Meridian, Minter City, Nliss. Nliss. Miss. Miss. . Augusta, Ga. . Tupelfv, Bliss. ERNEST PL'CKE'I"1i .... ..... . Vicksburg, Miss. Plzarmary Pharmacy Club: Cardinal Club: Secretary Sophomore Pharmacy Class: Y. Nl. C. A.: President Junior Pharmacy Class: Nlember Student Branch of American Pharmaceutical Association: Honor Roll, 2 CATHERINE RAND, K A . . . , . . . Jackson, Miss. Iiusinrss CLIFTON RAWLS, E X . ..... . Columbia, Bliss. Businrss Junior Y Cabine CHARLES RAYBURN . . . . . . . . Lrbvral .elrfs GAVAN CARSON ROBERTSON, K A ..... Liberal plrls Assistant Business Manager of lllissunppmng Internatoinal Relations Society MARY FRANCES ROE, X Q ....... Edurafzon I Y. XV. C. A.: XV. A. A. EUGENE ROGERS, K A ...,..... Librral qlrfs SHIRRELI, ROGERS, E A E ........ Lzbfral .Irts SEYMOUR ROGOYIN, E 9 II, 1' E 15 .I . .. . E71gl!1I't'l'1I1y Freshman Football: Basketball MORGAN ROSEBOROIJGH, fb A 9, B Z . . . Liberal .iris Drum Major, 35 Assistant Drum Major, 1: Vice-President J. LAVVERENCE ROTHCHIID, KID H fb ......... B Iuizrrss ROBERT ROYCE, A T Q . ..... . Libfral :Iris JAMES RUSH, A T A . . .... . . Liberal .-Iris Catholic Club: Phi Sigma Literary Society, 3 KERMIT LEE RUSHING ....... . Plzarmacy BLESS RUSK . . .... . . Plzarmary American Pharmaceutical Association JOSEPH JAMES SADRA, fb H lib ...... Buxinrss LUCII.EE SANDERS . .... . . Eduralzon VVILLIAM ERVVIN SANDERS . . . . . . Businrss V Football, '35, '36, '37g Track, '35, '36 MARTHA SANDERSON, A A A ...... Liberal .-Iris CHRIS SCARANO . ..... . Liberal .iris BAIN SHANNON ........... Engineering American Society of Civil Engi I 65 J neers: Baseball Cl 5 Boxing, . POntOtOC, lNIIss. . Jackson, Miss. ub: Phi Sigma Literary Greenwood, Porterville, . Jackson, . Okolona, Greenwood, Beta Zeta . , Oxford, . . Isola, Philadelphia, . Paden, . Biloxi, . Meridian, . Paris, . Meridian, '36 . Houston, Miss. Nliss. Nlisi. Miss. Miss. Nliss. Nliss. Miss. Miss. Miss. bliss. N11 135. Miss. Miss. . New York City . Pontotoc, Miss. 13 la 1 3 1'-0 A L, -'J A wr lm.. I fl,- i it A on s 9, .:w'i'.' if 4 . if? --7' Al N9 rf 3 1- 1 . I . I J U N I O R C L A S S FREDERICK VV.SIIAw,EX,EE .l ...,., . . Davenport, Iowa Lzbcral .lrlr Dagger Point, Feature Editor Nfirnxsippiang Managing Director OLE MISS News Bureau EVERT SHEFHELD . . . .,..,....,... Dorsey, Miss. Pharmacy Rox' SHELLABARGER . . . ...., . Oxford, Miss. Business ETTA MARIE Sl-lEI.'l'ON, A Z ..,.... . . . Lambert, Miss. Eduration VV. A. A., Y. W. C. A., University Chorus GEORGE H. SHELTON, E A E .......... . Okolona, Miss. Busizmss Y. M. C. A., 3, Hermean Society, 2, 3 EUGENE HOOKER SIMPSON, K A ........... jackson, Miss. Enginrfring Cardinal Club, ,35 PHILIP SINGLEY, 112 H fb . ...... . Columbia, Miss. Liberal .Jrtr HARRY SMITH, fir K X11 . ............ Jackson, Miss. Business Boxing. l, 2, M Club, Vice-President Catholic Club MARGUERITE SMITH, A Z ......,....... Sumner, Miss. Liberal .-lrts Belhaven College, l, Delta State. Z, Junior Y. W. C. A. Cabinet, International Relations Club, 3 G. lvl.-XRYIN SMITH, A X11 . .,., ........ I ndianola, Miss. Business Football MosEI.I.E SMITH, X Q . . .... . Vicksburg, Miss. Lillfral .iris Honor Roll, '36-,37 DIXIE SPARRMAN, fb M . ,....... . Cooksville, Miss. Business W. A. A., Y. W. C. A. DOROTHY SPARKS, .A I' .......... . Inverness, Miss. Bzzsines: Grenada College, 2 CREATH SPEER, A X11 ............... Indianola, Miss. Businfss Treble and Bass, Secretary B. S. C. School, 2, Glee Club, Z, 3, Interfraternity Council, 3, Secretary of Phi Sigma, Mirsixsippian Business Staff, lg Y. M. C. A., l, 2 STEPHENS SPENCER, E A E . . . ......... Red Lick, Miss. Business Band, 1, 2, Y. M. C. A., 1, 2, Mississippians, 3, Hermean, I HANS-KARL STAUSS, B 9 II ........... Port Gibson, Miss. Libfral .J rf: Mississippian, International Relations Club, German Club PHINEAS STEVENS, K A ......... Businfss Interfraternity Council lVlYRl'l.E L. STONE, X S2 ......... Businrss EI.E.xNoR STROVVD, K A . .... , . Librral .Iris ,FERRY SUBER, JR. - . . . . . Ezzgizzrrring A. S. C. E., Band SAM C. SUGG, B 9 H . . Liberal .rlrls EIJWIN TATE, IT K A . . . . A Businrss , Nlirsxrnppian Business Staff, Junior Y Cabinet, P I5I.oIsE TArI.oR , . . Edufalion IHA 'I'Ax'I.oR, X S2 . ' ..,.. Liberal .rlrls Honor Roll, '37 0I,IN C. 'l'Ax'I,oR, E A IC .... ..... Busmrss ' H:-rmean, Y. M. C. A. VIRCII. '1.ll0M.-XS, -If A 9 , . Liberal .flrts Blue Key, '36, Cardinal Club, '35, '36, Y. M. C. A., A Staff, 2 HELEN AILENIZ CIQHOMPSON ...... Busim'.r.v FRANK TINnAI.I., A rl' ..... . . . Ijbrral .slris . , Jackson, . Oxford, . Gulfport, . Kosciusko, Calhoun City, . Picayune, hi Sigma Literary Society . Grenada, . Como, . Senatobia, . . Boyle, Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. nnual Staff. l, 2, 3, Mirxizxippian . Aberdeen, . Indianola, Miss. Miss. Blue Key, 3, Secretary Blue Key. 3: Glee Club. l. 2, Baseball Manager. 1, 2, Senior Baseball Manager. 3, Y. M. C. A., I, 2, 3, Phi Sigma Treasurer J. R. TlP'l'0N, .A 'l' A . . . ..... .... H ernando, Miss. Burinrss Gym Dance Committee, '37, Tren-'urcr junior B.S.C. Class, Treasurer Cardinal Club, '36, Phi Sigma Literary Society GEORGE HENRY FFODT, A K li . . .... . . . . Mesa, Ariz. Lilzrral .firis Mixxirxippian Editorial Staff, Hr-rmcan Literary Society, University Players, transfer from Uni- versity of Arizona i661 - Z , W, N Jak' J U N I O R C L A S S ' CORINNE TooMER, X 12 . . . .. . . . Illpclll MN. , le " , X Business CHARLES 'I3R.-XYLOR, II K A ....,.... . . 151l"Xl. MN- ' Liberal .flrls ' ' International Relations Club. 3, Vice-President Sophomore Class, Y. M. C. A.. l, 1. 3 A Catholic Club, 1. Z. 3, President junior Class, Annual Staff, Band, 1, Debate Team. 2: Y' Phi Sigma Literary Society' J EVERETTE G. TRL'LX', JR., II K A ........ . Fayette, Miss. Liberal .rlrts y A, '7' Y. Nl. C. A., 3, Phi Sigma Literary Society ' K - DOUGLAS TURB, H K 'IF .......... . . Smithville, bliss. 13 Liberal .-Iris f . 4 HOMER E. TURNER, A NI' ..... ' .....,. , Jackson, Miss. Ai R X ln Business Cardinal Club, Cilee Club, Boxing, Y. M. C. A., President Phi Sigma MARX' SPAix LTSREY, A A A ...,.... . Fayette, Miss. Librral .im Q 3' Q 9 DOTT VAIDEN, A A A . .,..,... . Vaiden, Miss. ' A , Liberal .Jrts LEROY VANCE, II K A . ..,... . Carrollton Nliss. Y . Pharmacy L.. ' 4. 1 A JOHN ROBERT VANDERLi'x .,..,... . New York City f 5 Liberal .iris ELEANOR lv.-XRNADO, K A . ...... . Osyka, Miss. - A . 4 Liberal .iris f so . SAM AVAGNER, II K A, fb H E ...,.... . Vicksburg, Miss. 1 ' , 1 Liberal .-Iris V Mississippian Staff, 335, ,36, Phi Sigma Literary Society 2 1 MARGARET XVALKER, A Z ............. Lambert, bliss. J Liberal .iris E A' i Treble and Bass, Y. VV. C. A., University Chorus 1 TOMMIE XVALKER, E N ......... . . Nleridian, bliss. Liberal .iris 3 2 JUANITA VVARREN . , .... . Meridian, Miss. l Business -3' Y. W. C. A. MONTEZ AVATSON . . ....... . Bruce, bliss. Liberal .-Iris 44 1 , MAHLON VVEBR, sir' II -if . . . .... . Edinburg, bliss. I 'S Lzberal .Jrts 9 A gi Cardinal Club, '38 Q ERSKINE W. VVELLS, A XI1 .... 1 ......... Jackson, Miss. 9 l.. Business , I Blue Key, 3, Y. M. C. A., 1, 2, 3, Secretary, Y. M. C. A.. 3, Interfraternity Dance Com- " mitee, 3, Track Manager, 1, 2, 3, Mississippian Staff, 1, 2. 3, Annual Staff, I MERCER VVHAYNE, A T Q ..........,... Lepanto, Ark. . Pharmacy Dance Committee, 1, Pharmacy Club, 1, Vice-President Junior Pharmacy Class, Member Student Branch of American Pharmaceutical Association. 3, Associate Member Mississippi State Phare maceutical Association. l, 2, 3, Interfraternity Council, '37 N , LLOYD VVHITE . . . .... h .... . . . Hornbeak, Tenn. 3 Business 3,- Football, '36, '37 ' LLOYD R. VVHITE . .... 1 .... . Oxford, bliss . Business OLA XVHITE, X Q ...... ' ..... . Natchez, Miss. Liberal .iris MARTHA KING VVILEY, K A .... '. . . Oxford, bliss Educalion STEVE VVILKERSON, B 9 H ......... . Lula, Miss Liberal .iris Boxing Team, Catholic Club BILL VVILLIAMS . .......,.... . McComb, Business M Club Football, Basketball, Track Miss. E. B. XNILLIAMS, JR., II K A . .. ......... Poplarville, Miss. Liberal .-Iris "Y" Cabinet, Phi Sigma Literary Society CLYDE WOOD, Z A E ...... I ...,.... VVoodville, Miss - Business g JAMES B. WVOOD, II K A . . . h ........ . Gulfport, Mis. Liberal :Iris Mississippian Staff, 2, 3, Phi Sigma Literary Society CLIFFORD ANORSHAM, E X, E 9 H, IIUK II ....... Corinth, lNIiss. Engineering President Junior Class Engineering, Y. M. C. A., Secretary A. S. C. E., '38, Honor Roll, '38 Transfer New Mexico TRUMAN XYANCY, fb H fb ........ . Pittsboro, Miss Business BUEORD VERDELL XVELVERTON, B 9 II . . . . . . Bay Springs, Miss Pharmacy b American Pharmaceutical Association I67fl 'Hub Ji ri: PRES HMG The epiiome of imporfence-on evolufion from fhe inferior fo the superior. w Y . ,, . r - -:-f..w -. 9 r ' V ., .4 ., Q. . .. - ,.. .... ,.-,,. . ...,.,4,,..........,.,,-A,,,, V .AM ,..., ,.., , - -- , , . , .AB.'l..'z.f.nm4f-,4.......1..amcnn:.A ,imma ,. M.- 3.4, L,-L...,. M-. XVEST, SxMMoNs, Pouc, RUST OFFICERS Isl.-XNSFORD SIMMONS . . President of Liberal Arts School KNOX POLK .... . . President of Business School STYRON XVEST . . . President of Pharmacy School VV. E. RUST . . President of Engineering School QPHCDMQRE C ASS ,.--QR , 2151 SOPHOMORE CLASS XIIIN Iwi- XVIKNYIIIY X S2 , A.. ..... ,. fue:-nxille. lxliss, 11l1fm!.1I'l.I FIU- C.Iows I1 Lifm .'3xI3KXll.XNI, fl- ll I Pair Gibson. lxliss, 1,IlIfrI1l.1z'Is Cardinal Club. '46-'S' CORINNI-3 ACKER, X Q .-Xherdee-II, lxliss. I.il1wra!.1rI5 " C A 'ssl .UlirIvIIf'pI.n1 Staff. JH. X. XX. . I .. XY, A. A., '38 JUIIN KIRK AIIAMs, A K E Corinth, Nliss. lfIl!fiIIf'z'l'ilIfj A, S. C, E. JESSE ROLANII :XDAZNIS Oxford. Miss. 11'1Igfi11i'I'2'i1Ig SARA lXl.XRC,XRli'l' ADAMS, Ackerman, lxflrss. ljifizfzrlion 'IP NI JAMES LOUIS .!XI,I'UIllJ, K A lVlcComh, Nliss. 13 uri 11115 VVll.I,I.fXM R. ALLEN, 9 K Jackson, Nliss. Plzarnzrlfy NVILEX .AI.l.I5'l0N, ZZ A li Jackson, hliss. Lilzrral .Iris Hermeang Y. Nl. C. A. fiEORCE ANDERSON, '32 X Vicksburg, Miss. Lillrral .Iris VlCP'PfESldl'l1l of Sophomore Club, Afllflfklppliill Staff NINA .'xNIJERSUN, A A A Lauiel. Miss. l,il1rral .rlrly X B.A.p Cardinal XVII.I.IAM CK.XNl'0llll IXNIJERSON, JR. Oxford, lXf1lhS. 1fllffill1'1'l'ilI-0 UIQOROE AIKINSON, K A Plclrcns, lwiss. l,il1rrul .-Iris Associate l'rIIsIIIi-ss Nlnnngei flf1irsIiIIppl.In, '38g OLE Miss Staff, '38 IJIQII, .'ALTS'llN XX'IIIOnn, Miss. f,ibl'l'l1l.'ll'fJ XVI NKEY AVI Rm' H0!lll'5hllIg, Miss. Iiusilzrss linxx AIINI, K A f3.fifIr'l Nllss. l',V!If'Illf.lf1.Y Y. W. c-. A, W, A. A BILLY BAKER, fb A 9 Winona, Miss. Enginfering President Sophomore Y. M. C. A Secretary Frosh Y. M. C. Ag Hermean Fresh Tennis Team, Afirsurlppian Staff, Chorus Treble and Bass Clubg Y. M. C. A.g A. S. C LU LEE BANKS, Lb M Memphis, Tenn. Businvss EMMA BAUER, X Q lVlcComb, Miss. Liberal Arls JOHN BECKER, E A E Jackson , Miss. B uri :refs IQATHRYN BELK, A Z Oxford, Miss. Liberal Arts VVILLIE MAX' BI,Y'I'HE, X Q Lake Cormorant, Miss. Edumlion MALTDE MACEE BOLTON, A Tupelo, Miss. Liberal Hrls JAMES BONDS, H K SIA Holly Springs, Miss. Librral flrls CAROLINE ROSSON, K A Gulfport, Miss. Librral :Iris JOSEPH BRADLEY, K A Belzoni, Miss. Busizmfs MARY DOUGLAS B ROAIJEOOT Jackson, Miss. Librral .llrts lVIIl.'I'ON M. BROOKS, SIA A 9 Louisville, Miss. Enginrrring Freshman Baseball Manager, Y A. S. C. E. LUIIIER BROWN, II K A Sherman, Miss. I3I1.viII1'.v.f I'IARRr M. BRYAN, E X Jackson, Miss. Engilrrfring A. S. C. Eg Cardinal Clubg Y. M. C. A. ROSALIE BRYANI, K A Oxford, Miss. Lilzrral .fl ris University Chorus, Vocalist with Mrssissippmns BEN B. BUCIIANAN, A T A Houston, Miss. l:'1Iginz'rring XV. C. BL'CRLEV, JR., fl' A 6 Jackson. Miss. l2u.fim's5 CLEVE BLRRS, II K A Dyetsburg, Tenn. lIu,vim',r5 Band, '36-'37, '37-'38 ELIAM B. Bukxs Ecru, Bliss. Librral :Iris Y. M. C. A. HAROLD BURSON, sb Ii II Memphis, Tenn. Li brral J rt: Sports Editor illimmppitmg News Editorg OLE B'lISS Sports Editor. '37-'38g News Bureaug "Bl" Book Sports Editor PAUL BKSBY, II K fb Wfaynesboro. Bliss. B1l5ll1l',f5 BARBARA BUI'Ts, X Q, A A A University, Miss, Librral .alris XV. A. A.g Y. XV. C. A.: R. Sponsorg Rifle Cluhg Druids MARTIIA CAGE, A 0 II Penton. Miss. Libfral :Iris JLILIAN A. CAMPIIELI., II K Geneill, Miss. I? u si I1 rss ERNEST CANNELLA White Plains. N. Y. Librral :Iris Catholic Clubg Football, R. O. T. JOIIN CANTIX Leland. Miss. Llbfl'lll.'1fl5 ROBERT D. CARNEV, fb A 9 Meridian, Miss. Libfral flrls NANCY CAsHIvIAx, K A Vicksburg. Miss. Libvral :Iris Y Cabinetg VV. A, Aj Rifle Club VVILSON C. CATER, E A E Jackson, Miss. Burinfss Bandg Hermeang Annual Staff LESTER CHANCELLOR, E X Macon, Miss. B usi ncss MARGARET CLAY Collinsville, Miss. Liberal Arif RALPII CLAYTON, df H E Ripley. Miss. ' Liberal Arts l7ll SOPHOMORE CLASS xlAl RILI IWIIIR XXL-Iliff Xfiftlifi rvll's II 115211 IU I FII--lIIII.III Hnslfutluill I lilo. DI1X.xIIx QUNXDKN, A 'I' if, I ll NCLH tilfl. xllNN lluxilli .fs f,aItlIIIal Club. '3': HI-Iiiii-III l.lLII-Y CUUIRI' I A li Hcriiandii, Bliss. I.il1rral.l1'I5 Gli-e Club. 'lf' lil-QURIQF CIJIJPER, I N Senatobia. Tenn. LibIrIIl.1r1.s l,fJL'lSli COL'R'IXF.N, II' FII Avatet Vallev. Bliss. Libu'aI,1rl5 FIVE CYOYNH -ILL-xxI'I.x Cox Blemphis, Tenn. Librral.1rl. CiI.EXN XV. CRUCKER Toccopola. Bliss. Libffzll .1115 DAVIII E. CRAIVLEV, -If A H, III II X Koxiusko. Bliss. Libvml .-lr.: Band: HODOI' Roll. i365 Baseball: Y, Bl C Hermean RILEV Ccxxixoii.-IM, K E Booneville, Bliss. Libvral .Iris DORIS DANSBV, A 1', A A A New Albany. Bliss. Liberal .1175 CONSIANIINE J. DAVIS Greenwood. Bliss. Busizzess FR.xxcIs DAVIS, X I2 Como, Bliss. Liberal .-lrfs JIZNNIE DAVIS, A A A, A A A University. Bliss. Librral :Iris Treasurer Sophomore Y, Aff. C. A4 XY Druids TIIOMAs B. DAVIS, ZZ fb E Van Vleet, Bliss. Liberal .-lrls Cardinal Club XV. P. DEATOx, A K E Batesville. Bliss. Libfral .-Iris Hermean Buzxs MOORE DEAYOIQRS, E fl, E I v Laurel, Miss. Librral .iris Alum l3rf,xx'4mL'Rs, ll' Al l aiizt-l. Miss. l.1lw ml .lrlr 1.11 .x Iirgimi-iarx Cluliport. lxliss. I,ifl11'lll.ll'f.Y Secrt-tau' Catholic Club, '3' Ricirxkii l7IiN!N1.XN, E X Greenwood, lxllss. I.il1i'ral:1r15 X. M. C A. Nl.KRfI.XRF'l' DiiNNis, A I' Nlarks, Miss. Librral .iris lvl.-XRY DINSMURE, K A, A A A Fort Benning, Ga. Librral .ilrls Davin DOCRRRY Hernando, Nliss. Ellffilll'l'l'ilIfj I,Il,I.lAN D00l.Ex', A Z Oxford, Miss. l.i1u'ral .elris Druids, Taylor Medal French, '37 Home E Doss rim' Picavune, Miss. lfzlsillvjx Football Tom IJUNLAP, E .X E Okolona, Miss. Li11l'l'lll,'lff5 jack Eixsoivr Walnut Grove, Miss. Li11l'!'llli4I'15 Y. M, C. A. SARA REBECCA E.fxs0N, A I', A A A New Albany, Miss. Libfral Ari: Pan-Hellenic Council, W. A. A. Cabinet ViRr.iNi.x Frm, K A Moss Point, Miss. liusinfss Iilmwakim Iiiiis, E N Wayiiesbnro, Miss. Librra! Xlrls lN1lNNHi lim, fl' M Drew, Miss. l.ilu'ra! .flrls JAMES XV. lfMl'1RSUN, A 'I' 52, fl' ll A Gulfport, Miss. Librral flrls Debating Team, '37, Mumiippiim Staff, 37, Hermcan Fora-. If.i.'.xNs,fI1ll 11 'i ww, Miss. li 11.1 i HFS! SOPHOMORE CLASS .Jo -fr 3' 1 . .J rCQfy.f ,f .-,N SARAH EVERETT, A A A Clarendon, Ark. Lil1z'ral.4ft.f FRANCES FANT, X Q Memphis, Tenn. Libfral :Iris ELKIN FAVRE, K E Gulfport, Miss. Libfral .-Irts CEDRIC FEIBELMAN, fb E H Vicksburg, Miss. Libcral :Iris President Freshman Class. '36-'37, Band, '36 Cvlee Club, Phi Sigma, Y. M. C. A. FRANK FRRRAN'rE New York, N. Y. Libfral Jrls C'iiARi.Es FONTAINE, A NI' Pontotoc, Miss. Libfral .4115 XV. M. FOSTER, A K E West Point, Miss. Pharmary XVILLIAM FRYE Forrest City, Ark. Business Football, Basketballg Baseball DAVID VVil.KrNs FULLER Abbeville, Miss. Librral .iris Staci' FURR Belen, Miss. - Pharmafy Philomathean Literary Society macy Club, '37-'38 XVHITFIELD GAr.r.AsPx' New Augusta, Miss. Business STANLEY CEAILOVVAY Covington, La. Librral Arts Footballg Basketball, Track JOSEPH GARIDNER, sb A 9 Greenwood, Miss. Librral Arts '36-'37g Phar Cardinal Club, '36, Y. M. C. A., '36-'37 NEHLY S'i'ANr.m' fi.-XRRO'l"I', JR., A K E West Memphis, Ark. Elzgilzewing A. S. C. E., Y. M. C. A., '38 IIERM.-KN CILAZIER, K 22 Clarksdale, Miss. I.il1!'l'lll .fl rl: MAXRX' ELIZ.-XBE'l'II GLENN Oxford, Miss. Librfal .flrls , X Q l721 FRANCIS fiII.I., I A li Guliport. Mis Bll5iIIl'J5 Hermf.-an Sm fiII.I.IiSPIE, JR., KP A 9 Itta Bena Miss. Business BESSIE T. fiRECORY Aberdeen, bliss. Bizsinvss JOIIN R. CiREGORY, I N Tupelo, Nliss. Librral .-Iris BILIA' S. fiRIFFlN, H K Ll, Meridian. Miss, Bizsimzcs Cardinal Club LEE RLfssEI.I. GULLEY, K Brookhaven Miss, Librral .-1r1.f Y. M. C. A., Phi Sigma ARTHUR QEUYTON, E A I2 Oxford, lVliss. Librral :Iris Debating, Scribblers CII.-xRI.Es l'lAlRS'I'ON New Augusta, lVliss. ' Libfrnl .-IH.: GEORGE S'I'L'ARI' l'l.-ANDY, Natchez, Miss. Liberal .ulrls Secrerary Y. M. C, A. HOXVELI. HAROIN, E A E Calhoun City, lVliss. Libfral.Jr15 HARROD H.ARDlN, E A E Calhoun City, Miss. Liberal flrls Hll,I.IARD HARPER, E A E Greenwood, Miss. Bzzsifrfss Hermearig Y. M, C. A., Band GUI' HATIIORN, ll, H E University, MI--5. Liberal .iris VVINSTON HAYLES, K E Cleveland, Miss. LiI1rral.4r1.v HENRY VV. HAYNES, K A Lumberton, Miss. Business Cardinal Club ELSIE HERMAN, A A A Laurel Miss. Librral flrls Five Crown i731 SOPHGMORE CLASS .XRIIII IIOIIRINR, Il lx A Cmlfpmr, bliss. 1.lfliH1f .lily LOI IF HOIIRINQ, A '1' A luln. Nliss. l.i,l1'l'tlf .lrfy .UI-Ilvirppmri Staff, lianulg Univ: Irs. Ot TX-Na-. '36 'V' NIARIIIA ANN llIlRIflN, K A, I A I Tupelo, bliss. l.il1I'rz1l,l1'l5 Five Crowng Sopli M.IR'II'I.I IIOIIERION, K A Oxford. Miss. l.iln'r11l .Iris Soph C'I.'.ImE lIL'GIIEs, I X, 'lf II X' Cormrh, Bliss. BIlA'i1II'X5 Band, Annual Staff, Y, IRI, C, A, AV.'ll.'l'ER I'IL'NIER Sumrall, lNlIss. f'l!Il1I'lIll1l'-1' FRANK IIYDE Coffeeville, lVliss. Ell!li7ll'l'l'illg A. S. C. E., Football GEORGE J. JACOBS New' York, N, Y, l.il1rral .lrlr lYlARY,l0HNS1ON, A A A Bax' Springs, Nliss. Lil1e'I'l1i .slrls CARI. JOIINSIONE, B 9 Calhoun Citv, bliss. Lilzrral flris Cardinal Club, '38, Band, Cl'l6SIra: Glee Club GAs'I'ON JONES, CD K XI' Gulfport, Nliss. BIl.fillt',Y5 H hlississippians O Band, Glee Club, Cardinal Club FRANCIS EIVING JON Es, Holly Springs, Miss, Lilzrrzll :Iris L. M. JERNEI' Ackerman, Miss. Lilnrral .iris CIi.IRI.Es M. KAMAR Rye, N. Y. Lilarral .iris IRVING KELLER Newark, N. Bll5i7ll'55 Basketball, Baseball SYRES KENNON, K A University. bliss. Libcral .iris fr, II qw, fp II ISI KI KIIIII Linzsezsirx, lVlIS. l,iIw'ri1l.11'I5 Ciltlktllr KINIMONS, A 'I' S? Oxford. Bliss. lf11gfi1zI'i'1'i11g1 NTABI IE KI..xI's, 'II BI lklacon, Nliss. 1,iI1I-ral.lr1i CII.XKl.II-i KNIIQHI' Slate Springs, Miss. 1gIlKi!It'55 BIZRNARIJ KRAUS, E A NI Belzoni, Miss. I.il11'1'al.'lr'l.v HIRAM fiRIFI'IN L.-XDNER, JR. Ripley, Miss. Lilzfral .flrls FRANK LANEY, flf A H, fl, II E Tupelo, Nliss. Lilzfral .iris jOE LAUDERDALE, A T A Hernando, Miss. Efzgillffrifzg A. S. C. EH '37- 36 S'IANI.Ex' LAVNER, fl, li II Inverness, Miss. Businfsx ANN LAWLER, A A A Clarksdale, Miss. l,il1rralflrI5 HARRY I.. LAVYSON New Albany, Miss. EI1f1iIIt'l'fiIIg IIENRI' LEVI Vicksburg, Miss. l.il11'raI :Iris Misiiiiippiiin Staff, University Player RAMON LI'I"ION, K E Shaw, Miss. liusinrss Cardinal Club VVIIIIAM VVAYNE I.Or.AN Bruce Miss Plzarlnazy VlC'?'l,fl'hlli0'lIl of Sophomore Class ANNIE lin' LOMAX X S2 Greenwood, Miss. l,ib1'ral.'1rI.f CIIARLES LONIQINO, A K Ii Llnrksdale, Miss. lil: Ill! riff! ' viziual Staff, '37-'KH S SOPHOMORE CLASS l . I ll .1 I! X 'Qs--!v N .xrfr I VV i -"F f ' ' Q c MARTHA PROVINE LOTT, K A Oxford. Miss Libfral Arts Y. W, C A EDWARD LYONS Oxford, Miss. Librra! Arts Catholic Club CIEORCE MADDOX Mayfield, Ky. Liberal flrts Glee Club DORO'I'Hx' MANSON, fb M Gulfport, Miss. Edumtion VIRGINIA MARTIN, K A Blytheville, Ark. Bizsilzess fiRACE MAR'I'IN, A I' Vicksburg, Miss. Edufalion CATO MAYEIELD Taylorsville, Miss. Plzarmary President Sophomore Class JAM ES D. MAX'O Meridian, Miss. B 115i lll'.l'5 JOHN A. ME.AlJ, E fb E Hattiesburg, Miss. I,i11fralI4rls JOHN ELMO MEAIJORS, K E Lula, Misz. Liberal Arts JOSEPH VVAIJIER MICHEI., II, A T A Jackson, Miss. Business Treasurer Sophomore Class. '37-'38, Treasurer Catholic Club, '37-'38, Y. M. C. A., '36, '37, '38, Sergeant R. O. T. C., '37-'38g Phi Sigma Literary Societyg Foreign Circulation Manager Nfixsxxxippmn, 1, Z RALPH VVIIIIAM MII..I.ER, K E Meridian, Miss. Liln-ral .-Iris Varsity Tennis Team, Y. M. C. A. MARY EI.IzAnE'I'iI MI'l4CIlEI.I., X S2 Oxford, Miss. 1.iI11'I'lli .rlrls IRLEENE INIOI-'IfAT, X Q Oxford, Miss. I.il1rral .-Iris WAI.i.AcE MOORE, fb H E Calhoun City. Miss. l.iln'ral pl rl: 'IQIIAID MOSEl.EX', A K E, fb Il E West Point, Miss. Librral .-11-Lf Cardinal Club l74Il BERNARD lXl0YER, sb li II Glcndora. Miss. Lilzrral .Iris Treasurer Sophomore Class, '37 Club, '37-'38 ll. A. lNlL'RI'HY Hattiesburg, Bliss. liusimxvs SUE MURPIIEY, li A Oxford, Nliss. Liflfrzli .'1I'IS XX". A. A., l, 21 Y. AV. C. A., I, 11 Five Crown JAMES MCCOMMON, II K X Amory, Nliss. BI1.ri1u'5J SAM lVlCCl.AI'CHY Red Banks. lVliss. Lilzrral .iris FLORENCE MCCOOL Canton, Nliss. Lillfflll .Iris XVALTER lVlCCRACKEN Hernando, Miss. ElIgi71l'l'I'ilIy A. S. C, E. D AN MCLEOD McLain, Miss. , Lilzrrzzl .-Iris v ts BOBBY MCMANLS, .. A I Gulfport. Nliss. Lilzrral .iris Football Manager, l, 2 LOUISE NANNEY, A I' Tupelo, Miss. Libvral .flrfs Five Crown SARA ELIZABEIII NAsH, A A A Tupelo, Nliss. Lib rral .-Iris HARRY NEBLETT, E X Morgan City, Miss, Business Football Manager, 1, 2, Y. M. C. A, FRED L. NELSON, E A E Jackson, Miss. Buxifzrss Hermean Literary Society, Y. M. C, A.. '36- '37g Misxixslppian Business Staff: R. O. T, C.: Annual Staff, '37-' 38 NINNABEL, NEILSON, X 52, Oxford, Miss Librral .JrIs EMILY NICHOLS, A A A Swifrown, Miss. Librral .slrts Five Crown, Y. W. C, A. JAMES NICHOLS, A T A Vicksburg, Miss. Librral :Iris Phi Sigma Literary Society l751 SOPHOMORE CLASS l.INl4JN IH, XIJKIH, lx X Hvlfurii, Bliss. I.IlfIml.lr1,s LAI!!!-RIXI1lllNI.XI,'l' XI lxlilllfs, Bliss l,ilnr11l,lrI.I ilillUM.XS ImI3YICMOx lnlll Franlflintnn, l.a. l.il1n'1If ,lrlx FRANK PALIE, ll li A Amorv, lNliss. liI1.Iim'.vJ VIRIQINIA PAXION, X E2 Greenville. lxliss. l.iln'z'1Il .Iris -Ions PI-1'I'I'Ex', -IR., III A H Greenwood, bliss. ljlzfml qlrlx 'Iill.I.M.-KN NA'IIIAx PE'I'IRs x Dversburg, Tenn. l.i,IH'lIf qlrfs Ole Nliss Band. i361 Cardinal Club 3 EI'I2I.x'x PIR'I'I.E Lambert, Nliss. Iziiilzmlinll University Chorus, l, 2, VU. A A Y C, A., Ig Treble and Bass, l VIRCIxIA KNOX POLK, A A A Inverness, lVliss. Igllfillfff Five Crown, Druids: Y. XV C A SECl't'I'lfN Class, l, 2. JOHN JAMES PRICE, A 'l Meridian, Miss. l.iln'ml .iris Rum' PRLICIIARO, A Z Oxford, Miss. 1,ilH'l'llf .-Iris XV. A. A.. '37, '38: Y. XV. FRANCES PRYOR, A 1' Hollandale, Miss. Bll.fllIt'55 NIARY FRANCES PURVIS Oxford, Miss. l.ilu'ral .lrls Transfer from Nl. S C. XV Club: Chemisrxv Club: Y, NV C A '1'IMs QLINN, E A E Louise, lVliss. l3u.vim'.v5 Cardinal Clubg Y. M. C. A l Heimean Literary Society. l, I i JOHN EIIWARII RATHER, A lx I Holly Springs, Bliss l3ll,l'i7l1lf5 .lfisxisfippiurx Staff, Football Blanager HFNRX' C. REICIILE, I X Columbus, Nliss. Librral .J rts w in-14.111x S. Rlcks liiw-nzwxillc. Miss. I1fwf'11f.lr'l.f 131,14 R11s1f1:111:1111:11, fl- A H Sl'I11'lKUl'lZl. Nll'5. l!1z,r111r.5 R11A1fm11R11111,.1N11, X S3 Oxfoid. iN'l1ss. l,il11n1l.lr1.v Chi-tf1lc.1de1 'l'1111L's RO11 xv Hammond, La. l?1z5i111'55 liVlxRli'l"I' Russ1z1.1., E N Starkville, Miss. Li1I1'l'!1l .Iris PR1iN'1'1ss '1'. Rrssr-iI.l. U K fl' Eden. IN-"lies, B115i11r.15 W. NOCK RL'ssH1.1.. I X Aclcermaii, hliss. 1.ilH'l'lll .Irtr B1111' RL's'1, fl' A H, 'l' ll 3 Clarksdalc. Nliss. lil1gi111'1'r'i1zy Band, '31, '38s R. O. T-70 Piesidenr Sophomore Class. '3.-'38 Axyx li.X'I'IlliRlNlZ R1'1'1.1f11f:1i, McComb, Nliss. Ijlfrral .Irlx H rzknnui' SAw111:11s. 'l' ll 'P Amite. La. l1iIl!fiIH't'l'ilIff Band II. llll.l. SANIHIJGE, jk., E X lynchhurg. Va. l.il1fruI.Ir1s Phi Sigma l.iterarv Socxetvg Y. Nl -IAM1as G. Sc11O1f11s1.11, JR. Ferndale, Nliclw. l.iln'ral .lrl.1 -IO Slilllil-.RRY, li Z2 Olcnlonn. Nliss. lf1l.fllIl'55 lllzl.liN SIQXION, A , .. . , l'l:1zlehursI, Nliss. ljbrml .lrls .'W1111111pp1.n1 Staff, l. lg lllllV6ISlIY Clmrus. l. 23 Univi-rsirv Plrivm-rs, 1 M.1k'111.1 Sill-1l4l1llil.Il, A Z Fulton. Miss. 1.iln'ral qlrls Five Crown V11u:1x1.1 S111a1,n1', X 12 flqnlc-.dnli-. Miss. 111. 1.1Hr'1.S l'11.'1 l.1ms11, l'.1vu1lre's. '36-VI7. '37f'38 . 1 5-,. Ss SOPHOMORE CLASS HANSFORO S1MMONs, E fb E McComb, Miss. Lilzfral :Iris Ole Miss Bandg Treasurer Glee Clubg Teamg President Sophomore Class JOE SIMPSON Xwinona. Miss. Bzzrizuxrs DAN S1NO1,12x', K A Meridian, Miss. Bzfsiness ANNA CANIERINE SLEDGE, CIA M Parchman, Miss. Business CATHARINE SMALLXYOOD, A A A Oxford, Miss Libfral :Iris A1,1.1E MABLE SMITH, CIA M Oxford, Miss. Libvral .iris W. A. A. Dicx STAOGERS, A K E West Point, Miss. Ezzginrvring JANE STEPHENSON, A A A Corinth, Miss. Li bfral .Jrts RAY M. S'I'ElV.-XRT Picayune. Miss. Libfral :Iris RALP11 S'1'ROB1.E, E N New Orleans, La. -Liberal .iris Footballg Basketballg Track, '36, '37 CAM11.1.E SUMMERS, A A A Hushpuclcena, Miss. Liberal plrls TOM Smiles, A K IQ Jackson, Miss. lizzsirmvs Hermean Literary Society LLO111 1.-11.111, A S2 Clarksdale, Miss. I.iln'ral .-Iris Five Crowng Druids Gus '1'A'1'1e, E X, df H E Greenwood, Miss. EllglllI'l'I'illy llERMAN TAYLOR, 111 K sl' Oxford, Miss. Lilzrral :Iris Bandg Director of Collegians Orchestra lVlARlANNli 'I'11Ax'1'ON, KI- M Crystal Springs, Miss. Libfral rlrts A N N, SGPHOMGRE CLASS VIRGINIA AVYATI' TIIIGIIEN, K A, A A A 7 Vicksburg. Nliss. Lilarral . Iris Viceapresident Alpha Lambda Delta, Y. XV, C. A., lg Honor Roll lg AV, A. A. Reporter: -0- lllisxisnppriirx Staff, l, 2, B. S. U. Council. 2 SIBTI. THOMPSON, A Z Aberdeen, lVliss. Lilzrral .'lr1s -IAM ES 'lill.I.MAN Pontotoc lVliss, BIIJUIFJS VVESLEY rlik.-XYER Freeport, N. Y. liusirzexs Anms TUBES Oxford, Miss. Bzzxirzess 'S' ELIZABETH TURNAGE Water Valley, Miss. Lib1'ml.Jrl.f BECKYE VEST, X Q Jackson, Miss. Bluirzcss ETH EI. VVALK ER Taylor, Miss. 1? 11.vinf'.vs HARRlE'l' VVALKER, A Z Lambert, Miss. Pharmacy Y, W. C. A., American Pharmaceutical Assof ciationg Secretary of Class. '37338 VVILLIAM H. VVALKER, A T Q Meridian, Miss. Libfral Jrfs EDITH B. AVANDER Charleston, Miss. Educalion Secretary W. S. G. A.. ,37-'38g Secretary Jew- ish Club, ,37-'38 JESSIE VVARII Louisville, Miss. Biuirzfss Football JOE C. VVASHINCTON, A T A Jackson, Miss. Liberal I-Iris Cardinal Clubg Phi Sigma Literary Society ,-Q DAvIII LEON VVATERMAN, CI, II E Greenwood, Miss. Liberal .iris SARA POPE WATKINS, X Q Aberdeen, Miss. Liberal :Iris Secretary of Sophomore Class, Five Crowng Sponsor of Cardinal Club GAI,E WATSON Lyon, Miss. Business af' Ka- 41 . . aj, I I:77:l '1 li 'QF T 4-nf -'r I-3 'il -oy- XVIII limi: XVI ix I It Klnvi-gli, l.il1fml.lrt.v FII'-hni.iIi lhslvi-tlxall I.:-.rmxxicim D. XVI-ssrix, A li li, 'I' Il A lupvlo. Nliss. l.il1rml.lfl5 lfand, '36 '3f'. '37-'38 Si I :mx AVI-.ST XY'n'.'IIe-shoio. Nliss, l'l1m'111111'y l,.XL'I. XVI-'I'iI.IN, Ii I Oinmge, Calif. 1,i!Ir'l'll!.1l'f5 jxxiii Vvllllli Toccopola, Miss. lizzsizzvys jrmx XV. XVIII! E Oxfoxd, lVliss. l1illffi1II'1'I'illfj lNlIl.lIRliIJ XVIIIT A A A Oxford. Miss. l,il1rral .Iris filER'llIL'lHi XVILKINSIIN, III AI Shelby. lVliss. Lilzrral .Iris Riciiuzn XVII.ItINs0x, I A IZ, 'II II I jackson. Miss HIISIIIFSS Hermean Literary Society, Y. Nl. A Dt C. .3 hating Council MART KATIIERINE VVILEY, K A Oxford, Miss. lZiil'llI'tlfi0IZ LAMPTQN VVlI.I,I.-AMS, H Ii A Poplarville, Miss. Lil1I'l'fl!.1l'f5 VIRGINIA WII.I.1AMs, flf AI Como. Miss Edizfaliorz Five Crown, Treasurer W. S. G. A. Bizysox Wixco Toccopola, Miss. l.iln'r'al :Iris EDITH VVYNN, X Q Laurel, Miss. Lilzfral :Iris flffzssluipplan Staff IIIENE XVOOIJRUEE, A Z Batesville. Miss liiiyizzess Y, W. C. A., lg W. A, A.. 2. RIHQ Club LEROT XVORSHAM, E X, 'If II E Corinth, Miss. Enginrrring American Society of Civil Engineering I D P RE fl TIN The under-privileged one, who can only dream of his day. hw 5 1- ot F' 3 ROBERTS, Dosss, MCCOY, DODSON O P F I L, E R S LESLIE DODSON . . . . Presidmt CARTER Domzs . . . View-Presifiwzf RIARGARET MCCOY . . . Sec:-vim-y NICK ROBERTS . . . Treasurer 5 ,.,, , ,. . .if , 1 , - PRESHMA CLASS . -if IIUCII AIENANOER, K A CREIENVII.I.E, MISS. Lilzrral xlrls Ii. QSRIFFIN ALFORD, H K A CLILITPORT, MISS. Edzlfalion IgII,I.Y iXl.I.EN, IN A MAYVYOOD, MISS. Libfral :Iris IIARRI' .ANDERSON CIIICAOO, II.I.. Lilzfral .iris PALMER ANDREWS, K .I MEMPHIS, TENN. Bzzsirzfss D EWEY ANTOON GRE!! NIYOOD, M ISS. BIISIIIIZU IEIIWARO ASSAD CI,AIzIcSnAI.E, MISS. Prz'-Lafw JAMES ATCOCK, B 9 l'I CALIIOLT N CITY, M ISS. Lilmral girls ROBERT N. BAIIARO, E A E TUPELO, MISS. Lilzrral flrls HORACE BARNES PURVIS, MISS. Plmrmary JIM BARNES, A T A VICKSRURG, MISS. Businrss ROBERT BARNIQAIT, E X CREIENXVOOIJ, MISS. Prf'-Mrrlizal JACK BAUGII N CR EE NWOOO, MISS. Ellffillfffillfj JOIIN BECK, E X RI'I.IzI'II,I.Ia, MISS. Bzuirzrss FRANK A. BLACK, 22 A I-I OKOLONA, MISS. Iiusinfss CECII, I'l0Ifl'ON K1 YIIER VAl.I,IiY, MISS Music ESHMA NCL usb as . I, il, .1 , -5 53 I 9 fa." 'z x 'ES' I iff Q N 5 N I S. x .-.A l f . -" 1 'fb I JAMES VV. BONNER CRANDALL, MISS. Libffal iris MILTON K. BORNSTEIN NEW' YORK, N. Y. Prz'-Mfdiml MARSIIAII BOTTS, X Q CI,ARRsOAI,E, MISS. Businfss FOREST BOWEN, X Q TUPELO, MISS. Edumlion BARN ETT BOYD HOLLY SPRI NGS, MISS. Efzgizzrnirzg JAMES E. BRANIGIN CANTON, MISS. Buxinfss VVII.I.IAM BRIEVVER, E X GREENWOOIJ, MISS. Bzzsilzfss MIRIAM BRIGGS, fb BI MEMPHIS, TENN. Lilzrral .-Iris JOIIN BROAOEOOT TUNICA, MISS. Businfss JEP BROCK, E N McCOME, MISS. Librral :Tris JIM BROCK, E N MCCOMB, MISS. Prf-Mrdiml I,ONAI.D BROOKS IIAMPSIIIRE, TENN. Pll!ll'IllHfjr' IIENRY JAMES BROWN, K IUKA, MISS. Prr-Mrdiral T. C. BIII-'ORIm, df A 9 CI,ARRSIIAI.E, MISS. lizuirzrss JOE BUI.I.OCK, A T Q IIRANIION, MISS. Pre-Lrgal XVAI.'l'ER BUIIOCK, K A COLUMBIA, MISS. Prr-M cd i cal V .4 i801 FOREST N. BL'RNE'l"I', B H H CH .IRI.Es'l'0 N, Is-I Iss. Librral .'1I-ts BROWNIE BIIRTON, A A A CANTON, MISS. 1?u.vim'5J DIaC.I'I'IIR BI"I'LER MCC.-Xl.l., MISS. I'r'1'-1Wz'I1iml NLXRY SCE Cxxox, fl, ll TUNICA, MIss. Libvral .-Iris SARAII LORRAINE C.-XRl'llll'1RS, LEI..-AND, MISS. Librrnl.Ir1s VVILLIAM CARLs'I'ROM CHICAGO, Il.l,. EllgiIIl't'l'i7lfj LEE CAICIIING, Ib A 9 CI.EvEI.ANII, MISS. Prr-Lrgal BUD CERVIN CIIICAGO, II.I.. Libwral flfls JOIIN SUE CHAPM.-KN OxIfORII, MISS. Eflufalion EUGENE CHAIIIAM MONEY, MISS. Lilzrral .Iris D. O. CIIESNIII, fb A 9 A1'I.AN'I A, GA. Libfral .-Iris NOEI. CIIILOREss ' OXEORII, MIss. Edufalion 'IQALMADCE CLARK, E N ROME, MIss. Libwml :Iris NORMAN CLOCK BRYAN, OIIIO Ilusirzfss JOIIN COAI Es, E X MEMPIIIS, TENN. Librral .slrls EIIWI Coc KF M EMPIIIS, TEN N. Prr-Medical E811 FRESHMAN C M: 5 6' -'Q V.. .Q K. xv, .1 an ,,. ,Q .5 'S' vu J I ,z . LASS 1.2, I I '.. 1 Ja I I 1 .asp If i -i 73 IOM f1rlI,H K X IMORI, Miss. IU, I mmf VOM III NI CWIII, D. X mu umm, Mlss. I1I1,Ii11,.I,I- RUIHIKI f'flI.IIIR, II li A me .III xl, Mlss. lzflffillrwizzgf QIAINI-.5 COOKIE, IQ X Im I I-QI-,III I I., Mlss. I.il1wr11l .lrl.I ROBIQRI COOK, I A li OXIORII, Mlss. I:'1Ig1i1m'r'i11g JIXIIUMAS COOK, li I BOONEVlI,I.F, Mlss. PH'-L1'yt1f C.ILI'Ix COOI.EI', A AI' CLARKSIIALE, MISS. E7lffiIIl'1'l'il1f1 CI.IIfION COPFI..-AND, li 9 II INIIIANOLA, MISS. liusifzfss ,JOHN COVINGION MARKS, MISS. Lilzfral qlrls -JAMES XV. Cox, E X COI,UMBL'S, MISS. Libfral qlrls CIIARLES XV. CRISLER, JR., JACKSON, MISS. 1'rr-Lfgal DORMAN CROWE BOGAl,I.'S.-X, LA. Lilzfral .flrls HAROLII D.Al.E, B 9 H PREx'I'Iss, Mlss. Librral :Iris LEs'I-ER DAN N ENBERG OXEORII, MISS. .El1gilll'l'l'iIIg ROBERT DAVIES GuI.EPOR'I', MIss. E7l!1ilI1'l'l'ilIg JOE SANFORD DEATON PLANIERSVILLE, MISS Pre-Lfgal Q F Y .-4 I. 'i is H' . Q! ' I ' '1'4. ILI RAIM I7EI,C,XDII.I.O, L X 'II-1I,.X, IIONDL'R.Is, L. .L I,Il1f1'1ll .HIS rI,XL'K DIEIRICII, K E II IMMOND, IND. I.il1I'n1l .Iris CIIARLES DIE'Iz, K E CI.ARKSD.XI.E, MIss. Lilzrml .lrly CARTER DODDS, I3 9 II CALIIOU N CI'l Y, MISS. Lilzvml .lrlx LESLIE DODsON COI.L'MBI1s, MISS. Libfral .-Iris STELLE DOI.I..AHl'I'E, E N OAKLAND, MIss. Lilzfral .iris ROBERT DOW, E A li CANTON, MISS. Bzuirzrss BILLY DUNN SARDIS, MISS. Librral .Iris HOMER DLIKE,1-Ili A OXFORD, MIss. Libfral :Iris MARIE ELAM, A 1' GREFNVIIIE, MISS. Music BOD ELLIS, K E DREVV, Mlss. liusinrss IQIUN Ii. ELLIS, E A E ,I ACKSON, MISS. l,il1r'ral .flrls RIITII I':RYlN, X I2 CRYSTAI. SPRI NCS, MISS. l.iln'ral .flrls iTLAIfD I1.s'I Es, II K 'II I'iI,lII'l MOUNTAIN, M Iizzsizzrss VVlI.I.lAM I':'lIIRIDGIi SCIII.A'IAIiK, Mlss. Lilzrral .slrlx I'IIJN'ARID FANT, 'I' K 'lf L'fJ.XlIOM.-K, MISS. f I-lf'1I'lll 11715 ISS. FRESHMAN CLASS -Q tr? 'tl 4- -0 'S vw -.,, A , , ,ff . I' I 'D Anti., I -. 0: jf . SAM FEATI-IERSTON, E A MACON, MISS. Liberal flris DONALD FEIBELMAN, E N VICKSBURG, MISS. Librral .flrts DOROTIII FLEMMONS BATESVILLE, MIss. Pharmacy TOM FLOYD, E A E COMO, MISS. Librral .-Iris GEORGE FOSTER, E A E OKOLONA, MISS. Engineering GEORGE FRIZELI., E A E BROOKHAVEN, MISS. Libfral .iris BONDS FROST BDLIVER, TENN. Librral .-Iris AI.IzER'I' GARDNER, E A E I'Azoo CITY, MIss. Bu.vinz'.rJ JOHN M. GARDNER, E A E GULEPORT, MIss. Librral .flrts RICHARD GEORGE, K A MACON, MISS. Lilzfral flrls Gus CIERARD, ZZ X GRENADA, MISS. Librral qlrts NELDA QSILMER TOCCOPOLA, MISS. Lilzrral :Iris IOE GI.ENN, fb A 9 VVINONA, MISS. linginrrring IIAROLD QIODMAN OXFORD, MISS. Libfral .-Iris ,IOIIN IIOWARD GORDON, K A BHLZONI, MISS. Lilzrral .flrls j. W. GORDON, JR. VOSSBURG, MIss. Pharmacy E821 JIM GRAY, IIT A H DUBLIN, MISS. Liberal .'1rts RECINALD fill.-XY, JR., fb A 9 HATTIESBURC, MISS. Liberal :Iris VVILLIAM QTURNEY, II K A RIPLEY, MISS. Liberal .Jrts BURNELI. QEUSTAFSON, B 9 II OXFORD, MISS. Engineering FARMER HENRY HAMlI.1'0N, K E SI-IUOUALAR, MISS. Pharmacy THOMAS HAMII.1'0N MIAMI, FLA. Business THOMAS HAMMOND, Kp ATLANTA, GA. Liberal .Jrts JAMES HANEY, fb K X11 PONTOTOC, MISS. Liberal Arts ELIZABETH HARDING TAYLOR, MISS. Music J. A. HARDY, JR., 41 A 6 COLUMBUS, MISS. Engineering IMOGENE HARREI,SON SAREPTA, MISS. Liberal Hrts ALLEN HARRIS OKOLONA, MISS. , Pharmary MARILYN HARRISON MATHISTON, MISS. Liberal flrts BERRY HATHORN, K A COLUMBIA, MISS. Liberal Arts JAMES HATTOX PONTOTOC, MISS. Liberal .4 rts BILL HAWRINS CHICAGO, ILL. Liberal Arts If 83 1 l'KIl'k1XNf.llXXN NVlIRN1XN,MINN I'l,wI11mIIy IHINXI III IIINION 'I'.Xf KQKIWNN ll l,I', MINS. l.1f1InIf .Iris KIzNNl4 I II IIINIRII ONIORD, MISS. Lilfrral .lrls I.l'.R1JX HIIJINIIER, K .X MIMPIIIS, 'lIxNN. lillJil1l'55 NIARY ILIIITII HILL EOONEYII,I,I:, MISS. lzllzzratinrz JERRY HOOSETI E MIAMI, IIA. Liberal .Iris CHARLES HINDS PIOLMAN CARROLLTON, MISS. Liberal flrts JOIIN PIOLLEY OLIVE HILI., NY. Business MILLER HOLMES, E A E YAZOO CITY, MISS. Business MRS. ETHEI, HOOD BILOXI, MISS. Pllarmafy C. SIDNEY HOPKINS, K HICKORY, MISS. Lilzeral .-lrts PEGGY HOUSTON, K A MEMPHIS, TENN. Liberal .slfls ELMO HOWELL BEXAR, ALA. Education JOE HOXN'ELI,, E A E EGYPT, MISS. Liberal .Jrts JOSEPH R. HUD.AK BAYONNE, N. J. Liberal .iris S Cy. C. HUDSON, JR., B 9 CALHOUN CITY, Ml Business -as NIARTIIY IILCIIES, A A A OXKI.-XXII, MISS. Jflljit' IQIYINI: IIDRIII E QmI.I.IIzRvII.I.E, TENN Bu.Ii1zr,v,r BOE HLTMMFI., A T A WARREN, OHIO Pllyxifal EI11u'zI1i011 JACR INORAM, B Q H BAY S'I. LOUIS, MISS. Lil1I'r11f.ll'l5 BYRON INMAN, A YI' PON10'l'OC, MISS. Librral .-Iris MILIIREO ISAACSON, E A I CI.ARIcSuAI.E, MISS. Iiusinars MALCOLM A. JACKSON NEW' AIEANY, MISS. Bll5illl'.Y5 CAROL J.-XGCERS UNIVERSITY, MISS. Lillrral .Alffs IVJOUGLAS JENNINCS KOSCILTSKO, MISS. Plzarmary JOSEPII JENNISON, df II fb PITTSBURGH, PA. Libfral .Alrls JESSLEY JOHNSON, fb KI CLEYELANIJ, MISS. Business P. XV. JOHNSTON, H K A SIILIBLr'I'A, MISS. Librral .iris A. ROY JONES n.IRI.INc, MISS. Busirzess ROY J. JONES AMORY, MISS. Plzysiml Iidumliozz JACK JORDAN, I .X li COI.L'MnIA, MISS. liu.rim'55 PIIILII- KANIOR, fl- I-I Il CI.ARRSImAI.E, MISS. I.ibrrnl :Iris BRENT KA'I'zIaNMEYIaR, ZZ vICKSIzI.IRI:, MISS. Librral .flrlx SITE KEEI. IYIRI.INt:, MISS. l.il1f'm1 mfr!! ESHMAN CLA . 0 . Q 9 Fi' 1 Q W -015 A 3 .I -Q Rf X. ' S -ug--1 I M.. 1 Ii- 3 -f .f Q ii ff g A f-'x 'N ' XRS JACK KELLLTM, A T A TUPELO, MISS. Librral I-Iris BEN KEY, K E MERIDIAN, MISS. Libvral .-Irts GEORGE POLLARO KII.PATRlCK NOXAPATER, MISS. Librral .flrfs LENORE KIMBROUGH, X Q GREENXYOOD, MISS. Lib1'raI.4rts JACK KIRKPATRICR, A K E CLARKSDALE, MISS. Engineering MILTON KLEINMAN BRONX, N. Y. Businrss BAE KRAMER, A A A MCCOMB, MISS. Bxzsirzms IQATIE LEA, X Q CLARKSDALE, MISS. Busincss CEENEVIEVE LONG, A A A TUPELO, MISS. Libfral .iris RUSSELL LOTT SUMRALL, MISS. Liberal :Iris WILLIAM LUKER YAzOo CITY, MISS. Librral .vlrls JAM ES MCARTHLIR MARKS, MISS. Busilzess DORIS NICCARTHY HATTI ESB URG, M ISS. Busincss JOE MCCARTY, K A JACKSON, MISS. Bzzsirzrss IRYIN MCCORMICK HEIDELBERC, MISS. Plzarmafy MARGARET MCCOY, X Q cREENvII.I.E, MISS. Lillrral .J rls .ANNE MAE MCfi0NAClI.I. VVATER vAI.I.EY, MISS. Lilzrral Arts KATHRYN MCGINNIS, df M SARIYIS, MISS. Librral .flrtx f' YI Ian . 4, 'I I I , 'N -.xi 5 5 . vj I' if 1' r .I BERI' MCKENZIE, K Z OKOLONA, MISS. Businvss TOM MAORUDER, 111 A 9 PORT GIESON, MISS. Busilzrss vVlLl.lE FRANCES MAI.I.Ex' MERIOOLD, MISS. Librral .-Irts MORION MAYO, E X HATIAIESBURC, MISS. Libfral :Iris TIIAD P. MEDLIN JACKSON, IENN. Busincss MARION MELVIN, E N CAMDEN, MISS. Librral .Jrts BEN MILLER PATERSON, N. J. Libcral .flrts CARLISLE ARCHIE MILLER, HAzI.EIIuRsI', MISS. Librral .-lrts ROY MILLS OXFORD, MISS. Librral Arts PRYOR JULIAN MOFFA'I', A OXFORD, MISS. Business BILLY MON'I'cOMERx', E A x'AzOo CIIY, MISS. Libvral .-lrts lr A EDMUND MON'I'cOMERx', K A YAZOO CITY, MISS. Liberal :Iris MADELIN E MOONEY JACKSON, MISS. Liberal Arts JOE MOORE - IDA GROVE, IOWA Liberal rlrts MAYO MOORE, K E PRICHARD, MISS. Liberal Arts TEID MORRIS, H K A CULFPORT, MISS. Libvral flrts ELEANOR MYERS, A A A MERIDIAN, MISS. Librral Arts VVILLIAM NEWTON, 2 N DREW, MISS. Liberal Arts I851 SHMAN C QQF' 'au x' Q I I 5 7 V I I I LASS 'i"'Y X27 i ,lIlXN R. NOII, II lx A ROI II. r.RI I XXII I I, MISS. Itzzsifzfss Ii XRIA NORIII, K I:I,I AONI, MISS. l,llIt'l'Ill .llls ,IIIVIMIIC UI,II'IaR 'I IIIIAO, MISS. Musif Sli! M0l'R LJRNSI lzl N v OXI-ORD, MISS. I1,llfjlll!'l'l'lIl!j XX lI.I.lli YAIJA l'.xRRI5R IIICAI L'Nli, MISS. liusinfss Q. NlAR'l'lN PARK, A T S2 OROLONA, MISS. Librral .-lrts ROBERT PASTORIUS, I N ORANGE, CONN. Librral .Iris LIAROLD PEEPLES MEI.vI FLY LTO N, K Y. liusinrss E. PETERSON CHICAGO, ILL. Ell!flllt't'l'l7lg AR'I'lIUR J. PRINDLE NYACK, N. Y, Libfral .'lrts ROBERT PRITCIIARD, A K L IJ.-AVID DAVIS HURON, ILL. Librral .Jrts PUCKETT, A K E TUPELO, MISS. Liberal .flrts P. QUINN, E N GREENXYOOD, MISS. Businrss GUY RANER CAROL ROB ER S.-XDIE RUTH OLOSTER, M ISS. Liberal :Iris YN REED, 41 AI OXFORD, MISS. Libfral I-lrts 'I' REED, H K A LOXVELLVILLE, OHIO Education RENSI-IAW, A A A MEMPHIS, TENN. Liberal .Jrts RHODES, df M MEMPHIS, TENN. Liberal .-lrts ik. .-XIII EN RICKS BOONEYIIIE, MISS. Ij.lI1I afion L XKE ROBERSON, A Alf CI.ARKsDAI.E, MISS. Lib1'r11l.lrls NICK ROBERTS, Z A IE YAZOO CII Y, MISS. l,ll1fr4Il .Iris JACK ROPER, K E SAI,'llI.I.O, MISS. Librral ,lrls lilI.I.X ROSS K A 7 I,ExYIsI2L'RO, MISS. Librral .-1 rls HARVEY ROSS, fb A 6 CI.ARKSDAI.E, MISS. Busilzfss MRS. KERMI'l' RUSHING PADEN, MISS. Eslufaliorz NELLIE RUTH RCSSELI., A Z PONTOTOC, MISS. liusirzvss ROY SCHIVERDTMAN CHICAGO, II,I.. Businrss IRWIN M. SEBLIISKY, fb E II CLARKSDALE, MISS. lizzyilzvrrirzg XVINPRED IALDRIDCE SHAW UNIVERSITY, MISS. linginffring DICK SHELTON, E A E CI.ARKSDAI,E, MISS. Librral I-Iris H.-'KROLD SIIERMAN, Z2 N McCOMIz, MISS. Ii1zg1i11n'r'ir1g XVII,I.IAM SMYI.IE SHIPMAN, JACKSUN, MISS. I.ibwral xlrls C'I II-I-' SIIIRI.IaY Ml-ZRIIDIAN, MISS. l,ib1'ral.lrls NICIIOIJKS SLLVIKZKY PASSAIC, N. J. Izllmaliun LOYD SMI'I II WINONA, MISS. Iirzyirzrrrirzg N1 XRY PAl1I.lNli SMIIII, A Z I:ROOKIIAI'IiN, MISS. lfzzsirwss jR., A SHMAN CLASS 5'- r, 3 fb 5 I .,f flfifs I -..,-4. ff ' 'g.:r1"'Q'.,, ' qs. Af' ' . .. P-.-A fl, RANDOLPH STEWART SMITH MERIDIAN, MISS. Liberal Arts ED SPAIN, K E BOONEVILLE, MISS. LibPral.4r1s BOE STAPLETON, K E TUNICA, MISS. Libfral :Iris H. C. STAPLETON, B 9 II CLINTON, MISS. Liberal .iris STUART STEINHAUER, E A E DENVER, COLO. Libfral .-Irts EDMOND STEVENS, SIA A 9 VVEST POINT, MISS. Business HUGH STEPHENS, E X NEVS' ALBANY, MISS. Librral Arts DWIGHT STRAIN RULEVILLE, MISS. Liberal hlrls AAL!-'RED STROH FREEPORT, N. Y. Liberal flrls LLICILE SULLIVAN EUPORA, MISS. Pharmacy BARBARA TARR, K A BILOXI, MISS. Libfral .-Iris PATRICIA TARR, K A BII.OxI, MISS. Liberal .Jrts FIELDER TARYER NYATER vAI.LEY, MISS. Enginfering BETTY T.ATE, A 1' DAYTON, OHIO Libfral .JrIs HERVEY TATUM, II K A TUPELO, MISS. Enginvvring FRANCES E. TAYLOR, A Z McMINNvII.I.E, TENN. Libfral fl rts JOHN L. TAYLOR XVEST, MISS. Businfss RUBY TAYLOR GRENADA, MISS. Business l86l MACT' IQERRY, A A A LALIREI., MISS. Lilzrfal .-Iris JAMES THOM.-XSON, E N CHARLESTON, MISS. Librral .-Iris CLAUDE THOMPSON, H K A AMORY, MISS. Businfss BENARD TONKEI., fb E II CLARKSDALE, MISS. Libvral .-Iris BONNIE TX'I.ER VVAT ER VALLEY, MISS. Busirzfss JAMES C. UMFRESS, II K HELENA, ARK. Libfral .-Iris ARI.Is VANLANDINOHAM OXFORD, MISS. Bzzsirzcss CECIL VARN ER TAYLOR, MISS. Business SAMUEL VINSON, A XII TUNICA, MISS. Busimxvs C. A. WALKER CULFPORT, MISS. Liberal .-Irfx ELGIN XVALKER OKEORD, MISS. Business JUANITA WALKER, A Z LAMBERT, MISS. Libfral .iris C. FRED WALLACE, E N OAKLAND, MISS. Liberal :Iris VIVIAN W7ALLER 'OXFORD, MISS. Librral flrfs Y. S. VVARREN BENTON, MISS. Librral ilrls SIDNEY VVATSON, IP M wAI.I.s, MISS. Libzfral flrls J. M. WEAVER, II K A JACKSON, MISS. Librral I-Iris EARLE VVESTEREIELD, E N COLUMBIA, MISS. Lilmrdl flrls l871 - ' -fa C- '71 'Cv , .I mu hi., : . 5. 'xx ge- FRESHMAN CLASS 4-. Y' 1 C9 Qi, x A' I, XII: XYIIIII, A Ii Ii 1.1 I I I-ORI, NHRA, flfuizlf lil: RIIILIZII XIRLINIX XX IIIII' UXIHRIJ, MISS. lI11,vi11w,v,r Iz,xRI, XVIr:r.IfRs, A II' ONIORD, MISS, liI1.vim'.vs cYfJOI'I'.R XxIl.I,I.XMS, A I A l'IIII..XIlEI PIIIA, MISS lizzyinr 55 JIJIIN SHARP XXH.I,I.xMs, IX, A I A J ACKSUY, MISS. I,IlIl'I'!ll :Iris 'IQIIUMAS XVIIIIAMS, A 'I' PIIlI..XlJIiI.PlIIA' MIS lfIl5i!l!'55 'ISIIUMAS XVILLIAMS, .E A JACKSON, MISS. Libwral ,iris YIQOMMYE VVII.SIfORn, X 13 I,L'I..x, MISS. Lilnwzl .-Iris jXI.l.IIi XVINO, 41 A B BROOKLYN, N. Y. Lilzwral .Jrls CIIARIES XVINIJII.-XM COLUMBUS, MISS. Librral .Iris FRIED VVII"I'x', JR., fb A 9 CREENXYOOD, MISS. Bzzsizzrss .AEE I. VVOLMAN NEW YORK CITY Librral .iris 7 ELSIE LEE VI OOD XVATER vAI.LEI', MI Bll5illl'55 CLAUDE XVOODWARD KOSCILISKO, MISS. Librral .-Irls JOHN XVRIGI-IT, E A E HERNANDO, MISS. Business BERNARD Y.-XFFE CLARKSDALE, MISS. Plfarmafy FELIK ZAREMB.-X PORT XYASHINGTON, Businr.v.v we 'fc ,, f up u as N- ,Q wi? ,n ,n In in x " x 5 x x x is ,x Although the United States Reserve Officers' Training Corps at the University of Mississippi is still in its infancy, having been here only two years, it has made phenomenal strides in development and expansion. The Cadet Corps has almost doubled itself since last year, having one hundred and eighty-five students as com- pared to one hundred and three of last year. Now the unit is operating with a full basic course but with a limited advanced class. Military at the University has also grown in popularity with the student body, along with increased enrollment. In two years, when the military unit becomes complete with four years' work and full enrollment, it is estimated that the unit will consist of three hundred and fifty students, although enlistment is purely voluntary. No compulsion what- i881 soever is used. The alone are sufficient to number of students. excellent, the highest year in existence, due Officers and students, attractive features of the work insure a more than satisfactory This unit received a rating of rating possible, during its first to the hard work of the Army in the annual spring inspection required by the Commander of the Fourth Corps Area, which comprises most of the southern states. Making an excellent rating the first year is quite a feat, con- sidering that the vast majority of the students were inexperienced in military at the beginning of the year. Sergeant Marius Marquis, a graduate of Auburn, was added this year and has proved a valuable assistant in training the unit. MAJOR CHARLES S. JOHNSON MAJOR HUGH M. EVANS THEL1.S,ARMY PFICERS Major Charles S. johnson is the professor of mili- tary science and tactics and commanding officer of the R.O.T.C. unit, coming here from Fort Benning, Geor- gia, where he was graduated from the Tank School. Major Johnson has had many years of rich experience, in the World War, in active duty, and as R.O.T.C. in- structor, which especially qualifies him as an expert to fulfill the duties of his oflice. Major Hugh Evans, a native Mississippian, acts as associate instructor with Major johnson. Major Evans, also has had much ex- perience in the World War and as commanding officer of Camp Bullis in Texas. The University is fortunate in having two such fine oflicers and true gentlemen. It was largely due to the diligent work of these two of- ficers that the unit received its excellent rating during the first year at the University. Both men have put time and effort unceasingly in the advancement and de- velopment of the military unit. Major Evans has ren- dered valuable service and assistance in organizing and maintaining an R.O.T.C. rifle team and also a girls' rifle team. A new and complete indoor rifle range has been built under Fulton Chapel, which allows students 891 the advantage of actual experience in firing and sharp- shooting. Many expert shots have been developed by Major Evans, who is an excellent shot himself. A fac- ulty rifle and pistol club has also been organized and has created quite an interest among the faculty. More than thirty matches have been made this year with uni- versities and colleges from Maine to California, includ- ing the best competition in rifle marksmanship in the United States. At the same time, the Athletic Com- mittee has definitely recognized the rifle team, and has made it a minor sport, awarding University letters to the team. Major Johnson has devoted most of his time to the development of the unit, his work has been duly appreciated by the Cadet Corps. He has provided medals and cups for outstanding men in different classes to create a lceen competition and rivalry among the men in the unit. Through the efforts of Major John- son, the entire ground floor of Peabody Hall has been converted into space for the Military Department, thus making an additional classroom and storeroom available. Both Majors Johnson and Evans are regular U. S. Army officers on detached duty here. 5. vt JOHN SHARP DONALD Cadet Maior MISS CATHERINE RICKS Battalion Sponsor U IVERQITY R. CD. S. The advanced class is composed of only eight men at the present, because the unit is incomplete and only those men who had previous military experience at other schools were eligible for the advanced course. Four of these men make up the commissioned officers: john Sharp Donald, Battalion Commander, Lon Adam Wyatt, Battalion Adjutant, Wil- LON ADAM WYATT Baifalion Adiufanf liam Lyons Sharpe, "A" Company Commander, and Leon Hamlin Cox, "B" Company Commander. The other four men make up the non-commissioned officers, and hold the rank of sergeant, these men are Morgan Roseborough, Wallace P. Murphy, James Ray Foster, and Kearney Cot- ton Leggett. In accordance with the custom set last year, sponsors for the corps were selected to represent the unit on parades and at the military ball. Miss Catherine Ricks of Jackson, Mississippi, was chosen as battalion sponsor. Misses Irene Snyder and Frances Pryor were chosen as sponsors of the two companies. These beautiful girls played an important part in the ceremony at the military ball, being presented and passing through the saber arch. Although the advanced class is small now, when the unit becomes complete, the competition will be keen to deter- mine the men given the privilege to enter this class. The War Department will allow only a limited number to take this work. After four years of military at the University and one six weeks' training camp between the junior and senior years, the students are commissioned second lieu- tenants in the Organized Reserve of the United States Army. Promotion in the Reserve is given in the same manner as in the Regular Army. Those men with the highest grades and best military qualities will be selected to go into the advanced class. LA .fhg I 5 ll 3 "-lu --U""""' sf ...nv . ...Ji 9-"'?'2f"'4 l BATT LIQN QTAFP The commissioned ofhcers of the unit, composed of only six men, received, with a great deal of hard work, fourth place in the competition for the proficiency cup awarded each year at the six weeks' summer camp at Fort McClel- lan in Anniston, Alabama, by the Fourth Corps Area Headquarters. As there are fourteen southern universities and colleges in the Fourth Corps Area, this was a fine record, especially for the first year in military. For the first time in the history of the University, a military ball was held, starting an annual custom. The ball created much interest in the corps and in the student body, being open to other than military students. Invitations were sent to all the military dignitaries in Mississippi, and most of them accepted. The decorations were quite unusual, consisting of sand-bag trenches, zigzagging, machine gun emplacements, flags, and other military material. The pageant and grand march, along with the "Army Blues," made the ball a great success. The Military Department showed its splendid spirit and cooperation with the school by handling the traffic at all the campus football games. This was done by the students themselves in uniform pure- ly by voluntary action. This policing proved very suc- cessful and rendered a great service to the University by preventing traflic jams and directing visitors to their des- tinations. The battalion parades and ceremonies showed the efliciency of the unit in drilling, and were very im- pressive on dress occasions. The new parade ground is situated between the Graduate Building and the Hospital. Drills and parades are important parts of the R. O. T. C., but most of the time is spent in classroom work on weapons and tactics. SERGEANT MARIUS MARQUIS SERGEANT OSCAR FAGIN .ff LQMPA WILLIAM LYONS SHARPE MISS IRENE SNYDER Com pany Commander JESSE R. ADAMS JAMES L. ALFORD BILLY M. ALLEN HORACE J. BARNES JAMES YV. BONNER NVALTER R. BRIDGEFORTH THOBIAS C. BUFORD JOE R. BULLOCK R. D. BURNS DECATUR P. BUTLER ERNEST A. CENALLA JOHR R. COATES CHARLES D. CONYERS FRED M. COOK GAINES L. COOKE JAMES VV. COX ROLAND H. CRANFORD GLEN VV. CROCKER BURNS M. DEAVOURS ARCHIE L. DICKSON ERNEST L. DIXON HOMER C. DUKE BOB S. ELLIS GEORGE S. FOSTER STANLEY GALLOWAY RICHARD L. GEORGE FRANCIS L. GILL JOE A. GLENN JAMES VV. GRAY REGINALD A. GRAY HENRY W. HAYNES G. C. HUDSON PERCY VV. JOHNSTON FRANCIS E. JONES JOHN J. JUCHNOVVITZ LEWIS M. JURNEY HENRY' L. IQELLUM HARRY L. LAWSON DAN S. MCLEOD DOODY MAHONEY MORTON H. MAYO THAD P. MITTLIN WILLIAM G. MONTGORIERY JAMES K. MOONEY VVALLACE P. MURPHEY JAMES A. NICHOLS FRANK PAGE ROBERT S. PASTORIUS TILLMAN N. PETERS ARTHUR J. PRINDLE DAN'ID O. PUCKETT Company Sponsor HENRY C. REICHLE LAKE ROBERSON NOCK VV. RUSSELL JOE B. SEDBURY LLOYD R. SMITH EDMOND M. STEPHENS HUGH M. STEPHENS THOMAS M. SYKES WESLEY E. TRAYER JAMES UNFRESS CECIL E. VARNER CHESTER A. VVALKER JOHN M. NVEAVER THOMAS VVILLIAMS ALLIE G. WING OLIX'ER B. NVINGO 1 C Q M PA N ro lx- ,-al 4- MISS FRANCES PRYOR LEON HAMLIN COX Company Sponsor Commander EDGAR G. ALFORD GEORGE ANDERSON DELL AUSTIN FRANK A. BLACK FOREST N. BURNETT ELIAM B. BURNS WALTER L. CATCHINGS CHARLES VV. CRISLER ROBERT N. CROCKETT JABIES S. DOLLAHITE CHARLES A. DUNAGIN JAMIE EDWARDS EDNVARD M. FANT CEDRIC L. FEIBLEMAN DONALD FEIBLEMAN BARNES VV. FROST JOHN VV. G.ARDNER SIDNEY GILLESPIE BILLY S. GRIFFIN CHARLES S. HAIRSTON SAMUEL D. HALEY THOMAS T. HAMMOND GOLDY HENRY JOE R. HUDAK CAROL M. JAGGERS P. VV. JOHNSTON ROY A. JONES PHILIP KANTOR C. B. KATZENBIEYER SYKES S. KENNON GEORGE KIBIMONS STANLEY F. LAVNER KEARNE C. LEGGETT SABI P. RICCLATCHY BERT RICKENZIE BIARION S. RIELVIN JOSEPH VV. TVIITCHELL JOHN L. TNIOORE THOBIAS E. MORRIS HARRY' E. NEBLETT FRED L. NELSON SAMUEL B. OLDEN ALEX S. PAYNE TIMS A. QUINN HOLLIS C. RAXVLS ROBERT B. REED G. C. ROBERTSON NICK B. ROBERTS BLESS R. RUSK PRENTICE T. RUSSELL VVILLIAM F. SCHNELLER VVILLIAM S. SHIPAIAN VVALTER C. SHIRLEY HENRY C. ST.-XPLETON LEO R. STROBLE ALFRED STROH BERNARD TONKLE LEXVIS C. TRANSON CHARLES J. TRAYLOR ARLIS VAN LANDINGHAM FRED C. VVALLACE YARDELL S. XV.-XRREN JOE C. VVASHINGTON RICHARD G. VVILKINSON JOHN S. VVILLIAMS ALTUS L. WOODS E931 MR. R. N. WHITFIELD Director Closely allied with every progressive activity of our campus life is the Ule Miss Band. So prolific has been the growth of that organization that it now compares favorably with outstanding musical units of its kind in the South. So cooperative has this band been in activities on the campus it has lately been called "The CLE MISS Hub of the Rebel Spiritf, Besides worthy perform- ances at football games on and off the campus, the band has designed an innovation that has brought ad- ditional attention to the University. Guest directors from outstanding high schools of the state have been brought to the campus together with outstanding high school musicians to participate in local concerts. The enrollment of the band now stands at sixty. Two years ago it was forty. Plans are now under way to increase the personnel to eighty next session. The University Band is the official 114th Field Artillery Band of the Mississippi National Guard and is also part of the local R. O. T. C. These connections, together with Uni- versity scholarships, offer splendid inducements to in- terested musicians. Mr. R. N. Whitneld, director of the band, is serving his second successful year with the unit. Under his able guidance the organization has achieved phenomenal advancement in performance, or- ganization, and size. The future of a band directed by a gentleman so progressive and so genuinely inter- The Band in Aciion-Miss Dorothy Buffs, The Band's Sweetheart BAN ested in having an Ole Miss Band second to none in the South is indeed bright. Lead by a group of four crack drum majors, the Band has no fear of being outshone in any parade. Morgan Roseborough, head drum major, leads the parade of high-steppers. Miss Brownie Bur- ton, this year's most attractive addition to the Band, has brought cheers from thousands by her graceful prancing. Webb DeLoach and Jack Kirkpatrick, being two of the most expert twirlers in this section, complete the group. WEBB DeLOACH President of the Band i951 The Drum Maiors Take New Orlean THE OLE MISS BAND O ul. l. V' Q' H' iifwdgf Q 31" , .. .'. 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JVC Y , .f. , . .. .M W- ffw wt- 1-A , If .H ,,4. n .X 1' ' 1- ,. Il., . .179 3 ,,! ,T fu' " M, ' ,,' Aww! ,P " .'lQ 1 "1"3'!,' "yi: , 3-1. .,,--xl , ? ., WR-N L ' '7I.- '-1-.1 --xv ,.-1 .,.f,, .3,. 4.,.nj. :H u.,.n,. V V- 'I .Ar .lf ,,,..,..t fl. ,, NA, 'f L,e:ryf Tp.-4, ,-,n 11, P, A f.3'Nr,' f ,.:- "Vu, DuQl.,,f .Vg :f'i3:' ,myf .11 f.2,JH .lrlggll .- 1 in! fry: .1 .,,,n EUHUNWIUH Royalry changed bands af Ole Miss when Lelia Terry and Roberf Newion received fine crown and scepfre from Mary Evelyn Garre-H and Roberf Cain, who were King and Queen of Mardi Gras las? year. PRESENTING . . . Beaufy as selecfed by BLUE KEY Nafional Honor Fra+erniTy and Qmicron Delia Kappa Nafional Honorary Frafernify """'4'h'r-EW x Miss Lelia Terry lmiss Jane Stephenson Afiiss Dorothy Brown fmiss Rosa Healy Imiss Roane zlxclarns N165 Lenore Kinwlnrough l 1 X :rgff ' 5:91-JK ' ,311-" w ' xx fy 1 Q ,, ' M 'bl 4 V uf Nz, f.1zi"g,g,f' .p4,Uy,,w. NW. ' -"U , X, l 1, V uw- Q51 . lu x-yy' Ui, 1: A .'P!'.. ul q, Y. . . uw? , ,ft-434 X l'lN, ',. '1".X-,HH 2' ...1 . 'AL' - , 'rx iz-" ' :hh We 7... ., 41- f. . v , , f 'L ..A , , .v,a. ,- 1, .'.- -.s f,,. , 'Q 1 , - n n,1' .-V, v- , , ' 'r 4 P 'r ,'Y v 1 - 4 rf V. f ic 4 C! , , . x ,'E,.25,2 saggy' 'ii 'S Q. 1 2' . mi., Q. Swinging to the tunes of patent slide-big apples in the center of the Hoor-smaller apples in the corner-a shag here and a Suzy Q there-excitement over a prospective movie hero-all of these things helped to make Mid-Terms extra-special occasions. Will Osborne and his band gave us sweet music, hot music, slide music, blue music, rippling rhythms, and a bit of nov- elty with imitations of other 'cnamen bands in the country. Janice Todd provided a nifty feminine interest in looks as well as vocalizing. Only one-one lone dedication was made during the three dances. To the "Sweetheart of the Law School,'- Chick Tindall-interested students had played q'You're a Sweetheart." l During intermissions the usual rush for the bar-a harm- less sort of place where cokes, nabs, and sandwiches onlv ZVVLZ may be had-took place. This was followed by couples retiring to the concrete seats in the balcony of the gym. Soon cigarette smoke made the atmosphere dense while con- versation made the air hum. Gorgeous gowns, all colors and creations, were seen and discussed-as well as their wearers. Latest masculine ap- parel came in for its share of interest. Campus idols--if we may say so-met and danced with other students, all melting into one standing by the magic of music-the right kind of music. Candid camera fans Hashed lights and tried for shots at unusual angles. The Master, Cofield, was present with his tripod and hood. Arvine Henry, who left soon afterward for Hollywood and a screen test, was marched on the floor during intermission at the Tea Dance. Five of the campus glamour girls were close by, and more photography took place. U What a way to forget examinations and start a new semester right! The last note was played all too soon. Make-up was hastily repaired in the dressing room, and as couples filed out, smiling faces belied weary feet. Mid-Terms were ended for another year, but Will Osborne and his "patent slide" will not be forgotten soon. Much credit is due to Alex Gilliam, Chair- man, John A. Smith, Floor Chairman, Rosa Healy, Girls' Chairman, and the whole com- mittee for bringing to the students the most enjoyable of all mid-winter dances. Only a committee with the interest of the students at heart could offer such beautiful decorations, such smooth music, and so rare an occasion of conviviality as were offered by our committee. AT LE MISS " 'Trl -All Alex Gilliam, Chairman of Universi+y Dances, and Rosa Healy, Girls' Chair- man, were King and Queen of Mid-Terms. -1 i"1.F '.-- lr. ' ll- '. I I I -MIQL4 IANE STEPHENSQN I I l IMA, Dcmmy mow 'N FAVCRITES AT THE UNIVERSITY 3 x 3 . 1.tfN'.X,.4q .,afgiQk,X if L E C T E D B Y T :S-indian! 50627 JML44 RQANE XXDXXNXS . RCDSA HEALY I I .!!!!!s 3 ALEX GILLIAM SCOTT TENNYSON LLAUDE COFFMAN DAVID SMAI.LXX"OOD JOHN SHARP DONALD l:l,LIOTT DANZIG PAUI, B. JOHNSON ALONZO XXfI:STBROOK ROI5IiR'I' NIiX"C'TON i FRED SHAW HOWARD DYER VIRGINIA CAREY HENRY FLY ' 1 i li l TEREATI i l SHOTS ANDQ . Alex Gilliam, Chairman Student Dances . . . Claude T. Coffman, Editor il "Law Journal" . . . Scott Tennyson, President of O.D.K., "The Lay- 1 man of Blackstone Inn," and famous American Hamlet. . . Fred Shaw, Director of Publicity and Man-About-Campus . . . Howard "The Man" Dyer, Ex-Casanova and political boss . . . Henry Fly, Noi I patron of the taverns and leading barrister . . . Virginia Carey, President of Y.W. J C.A .... David Smallwood, "The Slugger", he's' everywhere . . . John 1 Sharp Donald, Cadet Major, R.O.T.C .... Elliot Danzig, President Interfrat Council . . . Alonzo Westbrook, Treasurer A.S.B .... P. B. I Johnson, Ex-President of A.S.B .... Bob Newton, Business Manager J "Law Journalv . . . Clarence George, "The Shot" . . . I CLARENCE GEORGE MARY CARUTHERS GHOLSON JOE MCFARLAND D0 NOT HER E GEORGE R. NEBLETT MARY SPEED CHARLES FAIR KENNETH CROSBY ROBERT XVAIL LELIA TERRY BILLY MOUNGER PRESCOTT SHIERVIAN - l COLLEGIANQ "Queenie" Gholson, Queen of Law School . . . Joe McFarland, President Law School . . . "Jiggs" Neblett, N.S.F.A. King . . . Mary Speed, Presi- dent of Womenis Government . . . Lelia Terry, Secretary of A.S.B. . . . Charles Fair, Ex-President of Y.M.C.A .... Billy Mounger, President of Y.M.C.A .... Kenneth Crosby, President of Student Body . . . Robert Wall, Editor 1937 OLE Miss, President B.A. School . . . Peck Sherman, Business Manager of Mississippian . . . Julian Wheless, a real scholar but a good gent . . . Roman K. Rice, Vice-President A.S.B. . . . Billy Gates, Editor of Mississippian . . . Eddie Mack Morgan, "heart- hrealcerng incidentally, Business Manager of this . . . F. M. Kinard, "Our All-Americani' . . . Mihri Belli, that dashing Turk . . . Richard Keye, President Pi Kappa Pi . . . Dan Shell, President Cardinal Club. JULIAN ALEX WHELESS ROMAN K. RICE BILLY GATES EDDIE MACK MORGAN F. M, KINARD MIHRI BELLI RICHARD KEYE DAN SHELL llll 2.44 LENCDRE KIMBRQLIGH M644 MARSHALL BUTTS r' . V .1 1-11 1. 1' " A' 41' 1: 1 EI1, - ,111 ,, '1S1jL1',Q1:g'1:l1 1 1 1 , 1 H 11, u 111 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 1,,,,1 111,11 1 1.,1 1 ' f. ,- "1 ' ,11m 11, .,..1 11. . 1.111 1 V ' 1 - 1 11, 1 1 xr -x11 1 1 , 1 ' ', 1 ,1g11.,,l,1 1, .N 1 ,w - 'J . ' 1 -1, 1.1 ' .X-',, W wg. 'wiv ' , 'f ,111 11.911 4 A I I , 1-, ..1:"'1z H 1' IW 11 . ,I Q51 ,1 X1 X., 11, ,,1 x1 1 1 111 1,"11 1.11111 1 1 I .116' 1+ 1' .1 . "'1' 'ze 14. ,1, . f 1 11.,.'. 1 .1 1-1' 11, 1 1: 4 '1.1,g1'J,- vi 111 1 '11,.A'. ' 1.51, ' .'1.'Hf-1 f 11,14 4, 1,1 :11.'1"' 'f' I ' 71f.,11' 1 '11 '1'f'3'+' y .,1,yv1,vA1,1 . A 1 1 1 ,1..', 1 ,.,1 . 1 . ug '-'.1v- 21" 1 1 -,- 1.11.1 A, 1 1 1 n"1 1 1"' 1 1,:,1! " 11- 1 1 1 1 1 I1 H-,1q. . Lai I1 1".. 1 ' 4' 'e 15 1u1..1 -11. . '1 .'1, Ax, 1 1 ,11xl1 -'HI1 ai ifnfef' , 1 ,m:' ' .. N., x1,,,'1 1 1 1 V121 H .I I 11' 4. . 1 fl. 1 .41 , . 5,11 ' ' 1 . XM . 1 , I 1 1 ,WM 1 1 114. u. 'r '1"1 11.-1' 1 ATHLETICS ,wmliilfihil .- 4" " -1.1 Q 5n.,,,1 nf. ' fr, un,-s xv ', 'Wh ,,A n 1 u M 1 HERI: BALMSTEN Pn'.vI.lI 111 LI. A. SMITH I 141'-l'rr,cII1I'11I ICLLIOTT LTXNZIG Sn rrlrlry VERNON :XSTUN HERR BALMSTEN FRED BERGER J. P. BILEO CIELLY CARLSON GEORGE CLAY XTIRGIL COOK ELLIOTT R. IDANZIG B. L. GRAHAM RAY H.XPES CLARK HOLNIES RIARVIX HL'TSON 4 -a 'Q :Q A r if -1 '-'. 1' CL.XL'lBE JACKSON FRANK II. ININARU ROBERT TQINCADE PERCY PARKER JOHN :XLBERT SMITH PARKER H.AI.L THOMAS PARKER LLOYD XVHITE IQUIBLE BRADLEY FRANK HART BILL XVILLIAMS EDDIE AIACK BIURGAX HAROLD RIOSTKUI-'F Terrv. Baumsten. Berger. Bxlbo. Carlson. Clav. Cook Danzig. Hapes. Kmard. Kmcade. Parker. P.. Smith. Hall. Parker. T.. XY'hIte. Bxadlev. Blostkoff, Sanders, Gleason, Smith. IUC.-Xllisrer. Aston. Tmdall. BIcCracken son. Faresc. Shaw, Smith. Klassengale. X CLUIQ Tr, mzuv I' VERNON :ASTON .M rgff II11.'-I1!- If ff:- I,EI,IA GIQERRY Yfffllyffr' HRAARIN SANDERS IJAYID GLEASON QTURIJUX SMITH IDIQK NIE--XIASTER KENT KIASSENOALE TPRANK FININILXLI. ICRNEST RICCRACKEN TOM GARDNER STEVE XVILKERSON ,IOIIN FARESE QJLIYER A. SHAW. -IR HARRY SMITH A X-J 13 ' 3 ":'J 3 .. , "" LS -3' ' ' 5 . 9 I oi, Y A I 5 , ' A '1 34 I , . n . '? .7 A0 r,a ,ca 5.9 F' 'F I3 1- 4 v A Il171 1 lluq.-H' A TRIBUTE Gone from our midst is Coach Edgar Lee Walker, but ever-present with us is the type athletics he symbolized during his eight-year tenure at the University. A good coach, a man among men, an ap- preciative winner and a good loser, one who rated sportsmanship far above the game it- self--Ed Walker-a real gentleman, a true Rebel! THE CCCDU Not a banner year in any sense of the term, the 1937-38 athletic season at the University of Mississippi had its high notes and its low notes, and despite the havoc created with the reorganization of the coaching staff, gave Ole Miss real representa- tion in seven fields of competitive sports and a well-rounded interfraternity program. Football was far from being successful, with four victories, five losses, and one tie marked up. Basketball was the reverse, the Rebels coming in for one of their best campains. Boxing was mediocer, with three mittmen entering the confer- ence tournament. The Spring sports-baseball, track, tennis and golf-were not so good, nor were they very bad. Of the quartet, only tennis was a strictly losing proposition, with the netters able to annex but one match. A Interfraternity sports, under the administration of Elliott Danzig, President of the Interfraternity Council, had followers in practically every branch of athletic endeavor. The same was true for the women of the campus, who were supervised by the Woman's Athletic Association and the Pan-Hel- lenic Sports Tourney. 1. c. Kmanouen, P. w. ROWLAND, o. L. FAIR, 1. A. alcxensmss, chairman: o. a. ROGERS, v. A.. couuen, KENNETH cnosav lll8J .zfigx The Rebel coaching sfaff . . . Webb Burke, line coach: Chuck Smalling, backfieldq Head Coach Ed Walker, and Freshman Coach Tad Smi+h . . . fNo'r in pic+ure: Trainer George M. "Doc" Bohler and Scou+ Edwin "Gear" Hale., ok HE ATHLETIC YEAR GEORGE, TERRY, Rare' L -Q-11 X . X CHEERLEADERS HARDIN, ROWLAND, "LITTLE" HARDIN, MO SONNY BOY JOHNSON, Mas:c+ RGAN, Head Cheerieader X , s. ' I 4 Q t 5- Q 7- ... Y ' ..-nl. P...- 34. Fld hr ' I 13' ,-. GQ! .3 X., ing.- 'S X, N i 'FQF' ti! 9 i H ' Lefl Side. Reading from Top: Kimble Top. Reading Left fo Right: J. P. Bilbo, Righi Side, Reading from Top: Frank EH' 1 Q, quarferbackz Parker Hall. halfback: guardg Bill Williams, lackle. Hari, cenferg Harn Murphy, end: Ray " ..-hnlwardt fullback. l Cenferz All-American Tackle and Rebel HCPCS- hdllback- Captain Bruiser Kinard. Bofforn, Reading from Left fo Righf: Rob- er? Kincade, end: Bully While. guard. N201 Still a team that was in the midst of "growing pains,', the 1937 edition of the Ole Miss Rebels failed to create an offense that would click off yardage, received the wrong end of too many doubtful decisions, suffered more injuries than replacements could handle and ex- perienced their worst campaign in the eight-year reign of Head Coach Edgar Lee Walker. Termed one of the "dark horses" of the Southeastern Conference before the curtain was drawn, the Ole Miss team penetrated the first half of the season with a rec- ord as impressive as any garnered by a southern school the size of the University. A victory over Louisiana Tech opened the year, fol- lowed by a scoreless deadlock with Temple in a game that proved the Rebel defense one of the nation's best. Homecoming Day and a triumph over a yet undefeated St. Louis University aggregation gave indication of a possible upset over Louisiana State University, but in- juries had found their mark and the Red and Blue turned in a miraculous performance in holding the pow- erful Tigers to a two-touchdown win that came only after the Ole Miss forewall had weakened in the fourth quarter. The loss was taken with a grain of salt, for the Rebs had shown themselves to be a great ball club, and victories over the remaining schools on the schedule seemed to be in the offing. A decisive 46-0 triumph over Ouachita College was regarded as a stepping-stone to a favorable exhibition against Tulane the next week-end, but Ole Miss wasn't the same Ole Miss that went on the field against L. S. U. just two weeks previous, and a "sure,' win over the Greenies from New Orleans reverted into defeat. The Rebels weren't down, however, and came back the next week with their best game of the season, a trouncing over George Washington University in the Nation's Capital. But the good fortune was short-lived and Ar- kansas dished out a stinging loss, outshining the Red and Blue with a sensational aerial attack. There still remained the difference between a success- ful and an unsuccessful season, but that difference lay in the outcome of the "game of gamesf' the tilt with Mississippi State College. Very muchly the underdog, the Staters, boasting an inspired bunch of gridders, used a two-point safety to its utmost advantage and gave the University team another setback. The final tilt of the year was another disappointing one, Ole Miss receiving its worst beating at the hands of Tennessee. Frank M. "Bruiser" Kinard was, for the second consecutive season, the chief source of national publicity and recognition. Playing on a team that won only four of ten games scheduled, Kinard turned in sensational performances week after week at his tackle post in the Rebel forewall and was rewarded with positions on more lfl2l1 than a dozen all-American teams, some of which were chosen by the United Press, International News Serv- ice, N.E.A. Service, New York World-Telegram, New York Sun, Paramount News and Fox Movietone. He was a unanimous choice on every all-Southern and all- Southeastern Conference team selected. Kinard headed a list of six seniors who have played their final games for the johnny Rebs. The sensa- tional Ray Hapes, the eel-hipped little halfback, will cavort for no more touchdowns in a Red and Blue uni- form. Nor will Herb Baumsten ever get back in the huddle and say that snappy "Let's go, gang." Robert Kincade has caught his last pass, P. Bilbo has blocked his last man, Monk Aston has centered his last ball. Juniors, too, figured prominently in the proceedings of the season, with the following seeing most action: Gardner Bennett, guard, Bonnie Lee "Country" Gra- ham, end, Frank Hart, center, Parker Hall, halfback, Kimble Bradley, quarterback, Billy Mann, halfback, and Lloyd "Bully" White, guard. Experiencing their first year of varsity competition were ten greenies, some of whom are destined to be among Ole Miss grid greats of years to come. Out- standing sophomore players included: Ham Murphy and Jesse Ward, ends, Bill Williams and Talbert Crowder, tackles, Ado Dunagin, guard, Winkey Autrey, center, Bill Schneller, quarterback, Bill Frye and Kent Massengale, halfbacks, and johnny Lehnhardt, fullback. Colorful Ray Hapes, Halfbaclt Terry exhibits her trucking ability as the crowd cheers . . . Coach, Bruiser, and guess who . . . Homecoming spirit was high . . . Bobby McManus, Sophomore Manager. Bolstered to its greatest numerical strength in the history of the University, six Ole Miss coaches did the best they could with what they had and completed their work as a unit after one short year of association under Head Coach Edgar Lee Walker. Starting the campaign off with the thought that copper in the coffers meant more than games on the victory side of the column, Coach Walker, one of Glenn S. "Pop" Warneris favorite proteges, announced December 14 he would not be a candidate for re-election to the head tutor's job after eight years of service under the colors of the Red and Blue. Playing teams that appeared "too goodi' for Ole Miss, weakened by injuries to key players, the Rebel grid squad experienced one of its worst seasons in years, win- ning but four of a ten-game schedule. Alumni and student sentiment went against Walker, and he thought it best to submit his statement to the Chancellor, telling he did not desire the University's head coaching job an- other year. Ed Walker put Ole Miss athletics on a paying basis. Coming here in 1930 when everything in the oHice of the athletic association was written in red ink, Walker secured games with "name teams," always had his squad in first-class condition. Resigning along with Coach Walker were Webb Burke, line tutor, and Charles "Chuck" Smalling back- held coach. Burke came to the University four year ago, andisince has gained the reputation of being "one of the squarest shooters in the game." Undoubtedly the best- liked of the Rebel mentors, Coach Burke was given the support of the football team when the Athletic Commit- tee began the hunt for a successor to Walker. Smalling, who came here with Walker in 1930, was also well-liked and admired by members of his back- fields. A Stanford star like Walker, Smalling has handled track training since 1934, and has come in close contact with members of the student body by admin- istering the Interfraternity Council athletic program. George M. Bohler, just plain "Doc" to his many cam- pus friends, took care of training chores the past year, and coached the basketball team to one of its best sea- sons in the history of Ole Miss as a member of the Southeastern Conference. Bohler, an athlete of the old school who saw service as a cager as a member of the original Celtic quintet, is recognized among the best trainers in the nation. Claude M. "Tad', Smith will remain as the only Uni- versity of Mississippi graduate on the Red and Blue coaching staff. Smith, the outstanding athlete of his day at Ole Miss, coached the freshman grid squad the past year, and although his team didn't make the impressive record that its numerous stars would indicate, he did much constructive work in developing varsity men for the senior eleven of next fall. In addition to his grid duties, Smith is in charge of the Rebel baseball team. Edwin 'iGoat', Hale, the latest acquisition to the staff under Coach Walker, was assistant freshman tutor, but -worked a large part of his time with the varsity squad kickers. An all-Southern back while at Mississippi Col- lege, Hale brought with him to the University one of the most outstanding grid careers of any one on the staff. A star as a player, a college coach, then a professional tutor, Hale knows football from all angles, is especially adept as a talent scout. He was in charge of the boxing team, along with Smalling, the past athletic year. REBEL COACHE' ....-,. ., ...-...,.r.... ....-..-...... 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QA. ,,,,',Q ,.,,,' w -'-jg.,6 ,-,rg ,'. 1 -K,:'.-.-gi.....1-f,,.- b 3 .,.'.-..:..,i-1,,1- , at .V .ll . , K, rg., - ,nh .hx ' 6 -1 ,v" . " I fi v"' 1'f,'ii,vfiL'?' 'Z . ...gg . ' .,, ,f 5-1 .. . t 1 I , K ma , ', A xt.. . . , ffs W . 'I 'f I L : - -. 'N ' add- . if 'X i o-vz , " Ha-.-w- f - - fwawllwkv 'nr--L4-'Z' Q, ...f - ' -"N ... r . V. f-y-- z,g.f 4 . f.f 1, . , il 'nv . ig' - , , . .l,,-. THE REBEL Ole Miss, I3: Louisiana Tech, 0 The University of Mississippi's 1937 grid edition made its entry into the new campaign with a 13-0 win over Louisiana Polytechnic Institute, but despite the win, Red and Blue followers were left in doubt as to the power that could be mustered by the Rebels. Displaying an excellent defense that stopped every Louis- iana Tech threat, the Ole Miss team showed a chronic ailment that was never to be cured in an offense that failed despondently at gaining ground. A new style play, employing a single wing-back running attack, was inaugu- rated and showed real form only momentarily. The Red and Blue's initial tally came in the second quarter, when Rookie Kent Massengale got loose for 22 yards to place the oval in scoring position. Fullback Johnny Lehnhardt went over the first play, fumbled, and Ham Murphy, end, recovered and scored. All-America Bruiser Kinard placekicked for the extra marker. The Rebel struck again immediately following the start of the second half, with Ray Hapes doing some fine ball- carrying to reach the Tech eight-yard stripe. On a dou- ble wingback formation, Parker Hall faked to I-Tapes, shot the ball to Billy Mann, who scored standing up. Ole Miss, Og Temple, 0 Making the first airplane trip ever taken by a major football team, the Johnny Rebs flew to Philadelphia, stopped every Temple threat and held Pop Warner's pow- erful Eastern team to a scoreless deadlock in a game that further proved the strength of Ed Walker's line. It was Halfback Mann who saved the day for Ole Miss time after time, kicking 40 and 50 yards consistently to remove the ball from Red and Blue territory after it had been advanced by Temple's hard-running backs. Twice the Owls marched within 10 yards of pay-dirt, and almost instinctively the Southerner's forewall buckled down and held the opposition to a standstill. All-America Kinard was in the middle of every tackle, and with the aid of Guard P. Bilbo, meant the difference between victory and defeat. Again the Mississippi offense failed to click, and 40 yards was the total ground gained, contrasted to almost 200 for the Philadelphia team. Ole Miss had four first downs, Temple, 14. Ole Miss, 2Ig St. Louis U., O With the flying feet of Little Ray I-Iapes storming twice down touchdown trail, the Rebels pulled a few offensive tricks from the bag and remained undefeated and un- scored on at the expense of a heretofore unbeaten team from St. Louis University. The wiry California halfbaclc teamed with a brother Pacific Coaster to tally thrice for Ole Miss, and combined with the sure toe of Captain Kinard, gave the Red and Blue a 21-0 victory over the Bi1-- likens. I. Hapes runs against State. 2. Hall runs sixty yards for a touch-down against Ouachita. 3. Lenhardt drives over St. Louis goal line. 4. Massengale makes good gain against Ouachita. QEASON CONTI Lllil It was a spectacular triumph for Ole Miss before 4,000 students and alumni in the Homecoming Day feature. Included in the assem- blage was Governor Hugh L. White, former University gridder, as well as several other state no- tables who returned for the festiv- ities. Hapes opened the scoring just before the first quarter ended, when he dashed 78 yards through the whole St. Louis team after the Bil- likens had punted. Kinard's kick from placement was good, and the scoreboard read Ole Miss, 7, St. gg, Louis, 0. Guard Bilbo paved the way for the second tally when he recovered a fumble on the St. Louis 35. Halfbaek Mann picked up seven through the line, then Hapes, on a fake reverse, traveled the remaining 28 yards to the goal line. Recovery of another fumble, this time by Tackle Bill Williams, set the stage for the final marker. After the Rebel linesman had regained the oval on the St. Louis 12, Lehnhardt carried the ball four consecutive times to score. Ole Miss, Og Louisiana Sfafe, I3 Giving their all for three quarters of gruelling, bruising football, the Ole Miss Rebels weakened from the onslaught of powerful Louisiana State University and lost a heart- breaker the last quarter, 13-0. It was a real battle from start to finish, one that showed Ole Miss in great defensive form the first three quarters, but finally overpowered and outsmarted in the final period. All-Southeastern Cotton Milner went over for the first touchdown and substitute halfback Jabbo Stell raced 43 Coaches Bohler and Wallzer loolt fhings over ,., yards for the concluding rally. Bad breaks from the referee and the noticeable lack of replacements cost the Rebels a game that should have been no worse than a tie. A questionable ruling by an official that gave L.S.U. the ball when it should have remained in possession of Ole Miss paved the way for the downfall, and coupled with spotty kicking in the absence of Halfback Mann, who was on the injured list, gave the Bengals a game they had to fight for. Line play of Bruiser Kinard was the outstanding individual accom- plishment of the fray, and so re- markable was Kinard that L.S.U. Coach Bernie Moore made the statement, "I-le's the greatest tackle I've ever seen, and I've seen the best." In the Tiger backfield more than half the time, Kinard never let up, played the greatest game of ball in his illustrious career. Ole Miss, 46: Ouachifa, 0 Little Ray I-fapes ran 103 yards and all-America Bruiser Kinard scored the only touchdown of his career as the University of Mississippi backfield had its best day of the year in a 46-0 rout of Ouachita College. For two quarters the Rebels stood out, bunching seven touchdowns the second and third periods. Unable to get going the opening period, the Rebs were on their way when Hapes broke through for 40 yards to place the oval on the Ouachita two-yard stripe. Lehnhardt crashed over for the marker, then figured prominently in scoring the next when he threw a 43-yard pass to Parker Hall, who did some fancy hip-slinging before tallying. The Rebs' Exfra-Poini' Team-Bruiser Kinard and Ray Hapes HE REBELQ MARC The Rebels struck again immediately following the kick- off, when Lehnhardt threw a 30-yard pass to Ham Mur- phy who ran another 21 to the goal line. A 22-yard pass, Herb Baumsten to Hall placed the ball in scoring position for the fourth touchdown. Hall gained two yards to move the oval up to the seven and Baumsten went over left guard the remaining distance. Then came Kinardls feat. He kicked off, followed the ball down the field and when it crossed the goal line cov- ered it. The Ouachita gridders looked dumbfounded when the referee raised his arms denoting a touchdown, never- theless it was the usual six points, regardless. Hall scored the sixth touchdown when he caught an 18-yard pass thrown by Baumsten. Hapes ended scoring for the day, intercepting a pass three yards behind his own goal line and running the length of the field for the marker. Ole Miss, 75 Tulane, I4 An 'QOn to New Orleans" battle-cry proved futile after the Rebels had invaded the Crescent City, for the Tulane Greenies rose after being humbled by North Carolina and kept their nine-year jinx over the Red and Blue with a surprising 14-7 victory. An upset of mild nature, the game showed the Red and Blue as a hard-driving ball club that couldn't gain when that extra yard was necessary. Scoring first when End Robert Kincade took a pass from Ray Hapes, the Rebs went into Tulane territory several times, only to lose the ball on downs when a bit of scoring punch would have netted a touchdown. It was Buddy Banker, lightest man on the field and a brother to the all-American Billy, who gave the Greenies their much desired win over Coach Walker's eleven. A mite of a fellow, he tallied the initial touchdown in the second quarter to knot the count when he took an 11-yard lateral. He led a 50-yard advance down the field to score the final and deciding touchdown. The game was one of the spottiest ever played by the University team, and although one touchdown was called back, the Red and Blue failed dismally when the ball was in Ole Miss, possession. Ole Miss, 275 George Washington U., 6 Rising to the height of its offensive power and decep- tion, Ole Miss turned in its best performance of the year in trouncing a highly-touted George Washington Univer- sity aggregation, 27-6, in a game in the nation's Capital City. Parker Hall was the one big Red and Blue spark. Start- ing in the first quarter when he intercepted a pass and ran 40 yards for the initial score of the fray, Hall was at his best, running and passing the Rebels to their only "real', victory of thecampaign. That was his only touch- down, but he threw to End Robert Kincade late in the game for another. Kincade tallied again in the second period, when he snagged a pass hurled by Halfback Kent Massengale, who next to Hall was the oustanding back in the contest. Full- back Johnny Lehnhardt hit center for five yards for the other marker. George Washington U., held in check most of the night, came to life the last quarter, when Ole Miss, meager re- placements had taken the field, and made their only score. Ole Miss, 63 Arkansas, 32 Two huge ends who towered six feet three inches, plus one gigantic fullback of similar height, were all the Uni- versity of Arkansas Razorbacks required to make Ole Miss look as silly as the rankest of high school teams in a 32-6 defeat that was a passing nightmare. From all sides they came, those passes that have made the Porkers a nationally known and recognized team. And when it wasn't through the air, it was through the line that the Arkansans netted their yardage. With the sup- posedly best forewall in the South, the Rebels went to pieces, were punctured when and how Coach Frank Thom- sen's team desired. Cheerleader George hits a liclt . . . Putting on a big show with the sponsors at the State game . . Hart, Williams and White waiting to talte oft. 4. - . 1. ' - ...,,?,?,... -F AV K fi Q ON .... Ole Miss played fair football for two quarters. closing the first half trailing 13-6. Then came the slaughter. The Porkers were on the loose with their passes. completing them with the greatest of ease. Ole Miss, 7: Mississippi State, 9 A down-trodden Mississippi State football team. minus a head coach, scored a safety in the first quarter. a touch- down and an extra point in the second. and upset a fa- vored Ole Miss team, 9-7, in the game that doomed the Rebel season as unsucccessful. Bad generalship was attributed as cause of the loss to the Statesmen. Nevertheless, the Starkville team earned the victory, for their play was far superior to that of the Rebels in every quarter save the last, when Ole Nliss made one desperate try to revert defeat. The deciding two points happened near the end of the first period. Ray Hapes lost three yards to place the ball on his own nine-yard stripe. Parker Hall dropped an ad- ditional two, and on the next play was tackled behind the goal line when he attempted to carry out a running play. A 30-yard pass put the ball in scoring position for the Maroons in the second quarter, and with four consecutive attempts Captain Bill Steadman was able to push the oval beyond the goal line. The kick for the extra point was good. Ray Hapes stole the show the last quarter when he picked up a ball that had been "downed" by a Nlaroon and raced for a touchdown while the State team was looking up. The technicality of the play was that the State gridder touched the ball, but failed to hold posses- sion until the referee blew his whistle. That play put new vigor in the Ole Miss team, and passes filled the atmosphere. A march down to the State 20 sent Ole Miss followers frantic. To the 12 went the ball, and then an interception. The game was gone. al- though the Rebels made one last effort in the form of a field goal late in the last quarter. Ole Miss, Og Tennessee, 32 The flying feet of flashy George Cafego, a sophomore, spelled disaster and the Rebels were still without a victory over the University of Tennessee as the Volunteers rode to an easy 32-0 victory to close the year for the Missis- sippians. Bob Neylandis well-coached team was just too powerful for the weakened Rebel to fathom. To start the game, Ole Miss looked like the proverbial "million dollarsf, out- playingand outwitting the Tennesseans for a quarter and a half. Then came the spark that reversed the picture: a Vol gridder intercepted a Red and Blue pass and ran some 40 yards for the initial tally. That ended the scoring for the first half. But they came back the final part and came back fight- ing. The snake-hipped Cafego couldnit be stopped, nor could his teammates Babe Woods and Red Harp, and before it was over Tennessee had run across four more touchdowns for Ole Miss' most humiliating loss in their most humiliating season! I. Mann is evasive against Sf. Louis. 2. Sfafe is stopped-then came the pile-up. 3. LiHle Ray carries a mean stiff arm. 4. "Bulle1"' Hall is off again. ' ' lr" ' ' . 4 . , , ,. fag. - A :ML41 Qi" 151. i 'Yi' HE NQRRIS CDPHY gf J. ROBERT KINCADE The Norris Trophy, presented annually by the Norris Candy Company, of Atlanta, Ga., through its local distributor, the Gathright-Reed Drug Company, is emblematic of the highest in athletic achievement at the University of Mis- sissippi. Through persistence, natural athletic ability, and good sportsmanship, Robert Kincade, of Clarksdale, a three-sport man, became the win- ner of the Trophy for 1937-38. An end in foot- ball, a guard in basketball, and a middle dis- tance runner on the track,' Kincade combined these three fields of athletic endeavor with his genial personality to gain the student vote in the annual election to become a possessor of Ole Miss' most coveted honor to one of her athletes. Although he was not a star on the gridiron, Kincade applied himself, overcame his weight handicap, and became a valuable asset to the team. He was steady and consistent on the court. He was fast on the track, where he holds the school record for the mile. He is a deserving winner of the Norris Trophy. S!- ,fvf 'T THE PRELHMAN SQL! Studded with high school stars from nearly every section of the United States, the Ole Miss freshman team possessed more individual talent than perhaps any other Red and Blue frosh squad, despite the three de- feats that were taken in seasonal play. Opening the campaign against Holmes Junior Col- lege just four days following their initial practice ses- sion, the yearlings put up a stubborn fight, but lack of coordination cost them the game by a 13 to 7 score. The next tilt was with Louisiana State, and fumbles plus a few bad breaks put them under again, this time 20 to 0. Mississippi State College came back for re- venge the final game and smothered the Baby Rebels 43-0. Men on the squad came from as far South as Miami and as far North as Chicago, with a galaxy of stars on last year's prep school all-stare team joining the ranks of the Rebels. Bud Cervin, the Austin High School of Chicago sen- sation, leads the ends, with Lake Roberson of Clarks- dale, Preacher Smith of Meridian and R. Jones of Amory trailing not so far behind. Outstanding among the guards was the massive Roy Schwerdtman, a teammate of Cervin at Austin High, and another Chicagoan, Bill Carlstrom, who was in- active most of the year with an injured arm. Other ll291 guards who will break into the varsity lineup are Henry Kinard and Melvin Shirley. George Kinard, brother to all-American Bruiser Kin- ard, is the only tackle who has displayed himself as a real varsity prospect. Norman "Red" Crowe and Cromer Mabus stood out at center, with Crowe draw- ing the plaudirs of every member of the coaching staff who acclaim him "ready to step in now as a varsity starter." Leslie Dodson, Columbus' great prep school star. leads the backfield contingent as most likely to succeed in his first year as a varsity performer. Bearing one of the most impressive records as a high school player that has ever been made in the State of Mississippi, Dodson is one of the best liked men on the squad. John Whittington of McComb is another on whom Red and Blue coaches will look to next year. Whit- tington excels as a runner, but learned much about kicking and passing during spring training. Frank Furlow of Jackson and Ed Miller of Picayune are other future Rebel stars. Helping Coaches Tad Smith and "Goat,' Hale with the daily practices of the frosh gridders was Marvin Lee Hutson, now assistant superintendent of buildings and grounds at the University, and captain and center of the Red and Blue football team in 1936. OLE MISS ON ' 1 1 t""" , ,ff ll BONNIE LEE Capt ., iikg L ,,,, ' 4 . GRAHAM ain . 'ir i'The best showing since the formation of the Southeastern Conferencev is perhaps the best way possible to describe the 1938 season for the University of Mississippi cage team. I y f Going through a 13-game Conference schedule with but two defeats, both at the hands of Mississippi State College, the Rebels advanced farthest in the ' N loop tournament at the close of the campaign than ever before. But that is only half of the story-the other is accredited to Bonnie Lee Q'Country" Graham, Mississippi,s greatest basketball player, who brought the Southeastern Conference scor- ing record to Ole Miss with the amazing total of 225 points, or an average of over 17 points per game. Ole Miss started the season in none-too-good a fashion with independent and collegiate teams in this vicinity, taking it on the nose as far as wins and losses go, but gaining valuable experience that was to pay its dividends as the campaign progressed. The first Conference game was with Vanderbilt, and the Rebels and Graham showed rare form in taking the Commodores, 68 to 30. A pair with Mississippi State followed, with Ole Miss on the winning end of the first, the losing end of the second. From State to L. S. U. went the Red and Blue five, and when they had left Baton Rouge they had to their credit two more victories. State College divided the next two in a pair of closely contested games, and the University aggregation was through losing for the year. Tulane dropped a pair of bitterly-fought tilts in New Orleans, then Alabama on the campus, fol- lowed by Mississippi State, winding up the year with seven consecutive Conference triumphs. To the tournament went Coach George M. "Doc" Bohler's quintet. Seeded second only to de- fending champions Kentuclcy, they were conceded an excellent chance to annex the championship. The first game was with Tennessee, who had disposed of Mississippi State. Trailing one point at the half, the Rebs came baclc to win 45 to 40. Action in a Campus Game With Southwestern ll301 I I I 0 l s v k I ' i HE HARDXWCQD Graham led the Mississippians into the finals with 27 points in a crushing 68-40 defeat over Louisiana State, Ole Miss, third of the year over the Tigers. But it was perhaps all in vain, for the next night, with Georgia Tech on the opposite end of the court, the Rebels just couldn't find the basket and couldn't stop the Engineers, with a 58-47 loss resulting. It was Tech,s initial title. ' VARSITV P Top: Keller, Henry, Williams, Cofer, Ward, Hall A The season closed Doc Bohler,s career as a basketball coach. After 31 years he said he had heard enough of the ball bouncing against the floor. He would have liked to take the Conference championship, but when his club was beaten in the finals he repeated his oft-said ex- pression, "you win a few, and you lose a fewf, ERPQRMER9 Boifom: Kincade, Kinard, Bradley, Farve, Clay t sa 1 5 , l THE BQXER Hampered by the lack of experienced men in five of the eight weights, the Qle Miss boxing team went through a season that proved them to be, as a unit, only mediocre, although individuals shone perhaps more than in any other single year. f GQ INTC The Rebel mittmen started the campaign on the Wrong foot and lost the first four matches to Louisiana State, Tulane, and Alabama. They came back, however, the latter part of the season, and displaying improved form in every position, VARSITY PERFORMERS Top: Gardner, McCracken, Tafe, Medlock 1, Kl- 3 'S' Y' Boffom: Shaw, Scarano, Einhorn, Burns, E. B., Burns. R. X '- t ll3Zl L, ACTIO whipped Mississippi State College decisively in the two grudge matches of the year. In seasonal competition, Ray Medlock, Hashy light- weight from Little Rock, garnered the most im- pressive record of any man on the squad, going through the entire season without suffering a de- feat. Next to Medlock, it was Ralph Burns who did most of the winning for the Red and Blue. After being floored in his initial fight at L. S. U., Burns came back and knocked out his next three oppo- nents. I-Ie won both State fights by the forfeit IIOLIFC. Steve Wilkerson, slowed considerably with an in- jured hand, was late in getting started and lost two fights in Big 13 competition, one to L. S. U., another to Alabama. He drew in another, and won the remaining three. Other members of the Ole Miss team who par- ticipated as regulars included: Ernest McCracken, bantamweightg Oliver Shaw, featherweightg Chris Scarano, junior Welterweight, E. B. Burns, middle- weight, and Eddie Einhorn, light heavyweight. The Southeastern Conference tournament in New Orleans- found Ole Miss walking away with third place after entering only three men. lfl33l EDWIN "GOAT" HALE Coach Burns and Wilkerson took championships, with Medlock receiving a timely blow in his initial fight to eliminate him from the competition. Burns took the title in the heavyweight class, with Wilkerson successfully defending his crown as a senior wel- terweight. 'M .ff -. .Xp ' x A STEVE WILKERSON Capiain N tional Intercollegiate Cha p JAKEABRAHAM ACK... 93 Two victories-then two defeats. That's the story of the 1937 track season at the Uni- versity of Mississippi. Opening the year with Louisiana Polytechnic Insti- tute, the Rebel cindermen were easy victors, downing the visitors, 86 to 26, in the first of three meets on the campus. Tulane was next on the home slate and be- fore an enthusiastic crowd of high school students pres- ent for the Mississippi Scholastic Press Association Convention the Ole Miss hopefuls came through again, nosing out the Greenies and the Delta's own Payne Brothers, 58 to 52. That completed the winning for the campaign, with Alabama's Crimson Tide administering the first of two losses that ensued. The loss to the Tide was one of the worst suffered by Red and Blue trackmen in many a meet, the University team going under by a 77 to 35 count. Mississippi State College won the season Hnale by a close 61 to 56 margin. Two school records fell during the season and an- other was tied. Elliott Danzig rang up the first new mark in the initial meet, when he lopped seven seconds f-ff the existing mark to set the new time for the two- mile jaunt at 10:21.2. Melvin Dovirh, in the meet at 11341 Alabama, tied Dale Burnett's record for the 220-dash with the same time of 21.2 seconds. Red Jackson leaped 6 feet 1 inch into the air against Mississippi State to install a new high jump mark. Melvin Dovith led the Rebels to their victory over Louisiana Tech with first places in the 100-yard dash, the 220-dash and the broad jump for a total of 15 points. Eddie Mack Morgan and Jim Cunningham tied for second place in the scoring race with 10 points each. Morgan took firsts in the mile and half-mile, and Cunningham led the high and low hurdlers. Others who gained first places against the Louisianans are: Harold "Skeeter" Mostkofii, quarter mile, Elliott Danzig, two mile, Bill Williams, shot put, Red Parker, javelin, and Red Jackson, high jump. Eddie Mack Morgan topped the scoring parade against the Greenies from down New Orleans way with firsts in the mile and half-mile, giving the head yell leader a total of 10 points. He was the only man in the meet to take more than one event. Other Rebels who came through with triumphs in their divisions included: Elliott Danzig, two miles, Bill Williams, shot put, Red Jackson, high jump, Red Par- ker, javelin, Erwin Sanders, discus, and Harold Most- koff, broad jump. lm" irq' -f I I ' 'I . ai Top: Clay, Kincade, Cunningham, Danzig, Jackson Melvin Dovith was again high point man for the Ole Miss tracksters against the Capstone in the only meet off the home track. Dovith tied the 220-mark and then won out in the century dash to give him 10 points. Ed- die Mack Morgan, miler, and Big Bill Williams, shot put ace, were the only other Ole Miss men to gain first places. The Rebels toolc six firsts but were still unable to beat Mississippi State the eighth consecutive time in the most thrilling and most spirited of the four meets. Dovith again led the Red and Blue scorers, this time with 13 points, gained as a result of winning the 100 and 220 dashes and finishing a close second in the broad jump. Jim Cunningham was second with eight points, winning the low hurdles and finishing second in the high hurdles. Others who accounted for Ole Miss points were: George "Kid" Clay, pole vaulterg Big Bill Williams, shot put, Red Jackson, high jump, and the relay team of Robert Kincade, Ray Hapes, Eddie Mack Morgan and Dovith. Especially strong in some respects but definitely weak in others, the Mississippi Track Team's season can truthfully be termed mediocre, although a victory over State College would have made it a pronounced success. Melvin Dovith was, perhaps, the outstanding man on the squad, taking high point honors in three of the four meets with sterling performances in the dashes and broad jump. Second only to him was Eddie Mack Morgan, high pointer against Tulane. Morgan ran the 'C Q is lr in 'P l if i 1 Bo+'fom: Dovifln, Morgan, Hapes, Parker, Sanders, Williams, Mosfkoff middle distances, excelling in the half-mile, but able to do the mile in excellent style. Consistent performances were turned in by Bill Wil- liams, who "shot puttedy' his way to four first places, and Red Jackson, high jump victor in all save one meet. Elliott Danzig went unbeaten the first two meets, then had to quit for the year with a bad leg. Red Parker, with the javelin, and Harold Mostkoif, running the quarter- mile and doing the broad jump, were other Red and Blue dependables. COACH CHARLES SMALLING x i if H351 ' Avg, HERB BAUMSTEN Boasting a corps of hurlers who were good at times bad at others the University of Mississippi Baseball team showed marked improvement over the previous years activity with nine victories eight losses and one The Southeastern Conference record however doesn t measure up to the total for the year with four wins registered and six losses suffered in loop play JAMES BUSTER POOLE ll36l BAQ EBALL Canny Herb Baumsten formed the nucleus of the Red and Blue corps of hurlers, but he was off to a late start because of spring practice and football duties. When he did hit his stride, though, he turned in excel- lent performances, but the close of the season caught him when he had really gained the control that won ball games his sophomore year. Baumsten's tardiness in reporting for the nine was bad in one way, but good in another, for it developed a pair of rookie moundsmen who probably would not have been given their chance had the lettermen of two years experience returned ohnny Farese who has made his athletic name at Ole Miss for his boxing prow ess came through well for his first campaign and Gor don Smith was still better Smith boasting a fast ball and excellent control, was the diamond find of the year developing into the most consistent hurler on the squad The Rebels opened the season with a 15 7 victory over Delta State Teachers College in Cleveland but got over confident the following day because of their un expected success and were set back 11 7 The initial game on the campus resulted in an 8 to 8 tie with Millsaps College The game was called because of darkness The Red and Blue however, came back the followmg afternoon and trounced the Majors 10 5 for their second win of the year Another pair of cam and Ole Miss baseball hopes ran high The Rebs took the first 5 0 and the second 7 1 Alabamas Crimson Tide invaded the local hills for a set next Ramed out in the initial tilt, Coach Tad Smiths club turned in a close surprise victory 76 It was the initial Southeastern Conference game of the year But good fortune had done all her smiling for a while and four consecutive Big 13 games were dropped Mississippi State turned the trick in the first two win , . . J , 7 9 ' ' 9 ' Q! 77 7 , . ..... . , . , tle. 7 7 - ' ' - , . , L - I I X. pus games, two return engagements with Delta State, . , . A , . . . . , r' ' S", . . . . . . :A Al. 1 Q I I , I I I , - I .,. . A. , , ' bf. , fag - . . . . . . . r .L ., Q , - QEASON ning, 7-6 and 7-0, and then Alabama gained sweet re- venge the latter pair with 13-2 and 7-3 trouncings. On to Louisiana State went the Rebels, and it was against the Tigers that they played their best game of ball, winning the initial of a series of four, 16-0. The Tigers, however, evened the score the next day by hand- ing the visitors a 6-3 lacing. Returning to the Uni- versity, the nine again defeated the Tigers handily, this time to the tune of an 11-5 score. The final of the quartet was rained out. A pair of tilts with Millsaps was divided, Ole Miss taking the first, 6-0, and losing the second, 5-4, and another set with traditional enemy Mississippi State that was also a fifty-fifty proposition closed the cam- paign. Scores in the State tilts were 6-4 in favor of Ole Miss and 4-3 in favor of the boys from Starkville. Dick McAllister did most of the catching for Ole Miss, with the remainder of the inheld composed of Dave Gleason, first baseman, Tony Rosetti, second base- man, Clark Holmes or Phil Kelley, third baseman, and Jay Crisler, shortstop. The outfield had Kent Massen- gale or Buster Poole at left field, Spider Shannon in center field and Bill Neely in right field. The Rebel infield was a strong defensive unit, with the keystone combination of Crisler and Rosetti stand- ing out. Gleason did well at first base, replacing Clar- ence "Big" Hapes, who had dropped out of school. Holmes and Kelley alternated at the "hot spotf' but the former saw most active service. Gigantic Buster Poole formed the nucleus of the Red and Blue outfield, but credit is also due Neely for his steady and consistent work in the center garden. Mas- sengale played when Poole was used as a relief pitcher, aside from starting several games himself. He was one of the best hitters on the nine. Poole captained the team during the campaign, his last under the Red and Blue banner. Firsi' Row: Gleason, Crisler, Neely Second Row: Massengale, Kelly, Lockharf Third Row: McAlisfer, Shannon, Smifhson Fourth Row: Roseffi, Smifh, Thomas ,. 'N , ah '5 XXX Q .g,l1, Nr is fx 'sl ' A if fri!! wht' 3 . V I f I E 'iii srl ' 2 ' Y ' 14 s ,fx-Q. 5 lf? 1 Y 1- t "1 14 V , . - o 1.414 ' 744 Y",v-Q.. ' 4 ' Q ay '.,., , 'Qty' ,.--.. --Y-..-t ...,, ,gy 'fQ,,fig..-----v-.L-' . f..-T ... ,v V, ,..,.--va .. ' '.., ru' ,N X, . .fstyg - eff' fr 'MW' McDonnell, Adams, Douglas, Shelton, Townsend CDN THE Hampered by lack of a suitable place to practice, the Ole Miss Tennis Team went through one of its worst years in the history of the University. Ten matches were played. The Red and Blue lost eight, won one, tied the other. Bob Douglas and Will McDonnell were the most consistent netters on a squad that lacked deplorably the WILL T. McDONNELL Number One Man Notice powerful forearm, so important fo cross- courf drive. I CDURT experience of most of the teams faced. Lawrence Adams, completing his career on the team, shone in doubles com- petition, but couldn't get going when on the court alone. Billy Townsend and Gill Shelton form the remainder of the aggregation. The campaign started on the campus against Western State Teachers of Michigan and Ole Miss lost, 5-2. Again the campus was invaded, this time by University of Alabama, who responded with a 4-2 triumph. The annual tour started at Sewanee, with the Red and Blue again on the losing end, 4-2. The Richland Tennis Club of Nashville was the next group of netmen faced, giving the Rebels their only win of their disas- trous campaign, a decisive 5-0 triumph. Vanderbilt Uni- versity, next on the card, offered a 3-3 tie. Sewanee was played again and won, 5-1, followed by a 4-2 loss to Birmingham-Southern College. Univer- sity of Alabama won the next match, 4-1, and Missis- sippi State took a 6-1 triumph. Southwestern in Mem- phis put the finishing touches to the campaign with a 6-0 trouncing. I .., , WL' "".... . Anas., -bv. 3 15 -4--0 , -a 514':rr1 5 NIVERQITY GQLFERQ Captained by ace Walter Welty, the University of Mississippi Golf Team took three matches and lost its first in three years' competition in a season that featured play against but three schools. The Red and Blue Golfers took their first match from Millsaps College, 18-0, and went to Memphis to triumph in their second against Southwestern, IOM-7M. Mill- sapsproved easy meat again, and fell by the same score registered in the initial match of the campaign. The Rebs' lone defeat came in their last match and was ad- ministered by Mississippi College, IOM-72, on a course that requires a long-acquaintance before low scores can be made. Hunter George Weddington was Number 2 man on the team, with lanky Tom Leyden No. 3 and Bob Portwood No. 4. Of the quartet, Welty was most con- sistent with victories, taking his match in all four con- tests. Leyden was second, with Portwood and Wed- dington winning approximately the same number. Welty took first honors in the Intramural Golf Tour- nament, taking the championship only after a thrilling finals match with Leyden. Welty set a new record for the Ole Miss course in turning back the crafty New Englander, who challenged his conqueroris superiority throughout the deciding match. I .5 WALTER WELTY Captain D391 I A ."',a, - , C E 4 D' I, 'f l xg? ' 4. ' ' Q I Q O .' 9' ' 'if' ' 'J X, .T'- N . 1 Av Y ' Q ' f . 5 I 4-'ts 1-5 ,, f Q Qi 'SQ' 2-i?:sZ'Z1.?21f -,ly - I 1 . Iazppgfg 51' I- ' fxllfqii, . . I If" 'V 5 I FSQM Si iifqea-ffi1e-MIQQ4 .. 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A -. ,w X ' 1 I Ln' M -1 I. 3 i .R a. . : ' 'ns' I .-4 ., ' I T 1 0 I I I ' 4 Q 1 1 I l Crosby, Woocliff, Terry, Gates, Te""yscr', Vonger L AL Provided annually bv the fllissisfippiarz for those six students who, by judgment of twenty-five com- mittee members, are outstanding in fields of rep- resentative value and accomplishment. Hall of Fame has been adjudged the highest undergrad- uate' recognition Ole Miss can provide for its stu- dents. Details of the method of selection include: the naming of six faculty members and students to a subcommittee for selection of a composite group of twenty-five students, who, in turn, choose the six students they believe to be most qualified for Hall of Fame recognition. All selections are made in individual secrecy. Q li A Nl I1-131 Nlembers of the original 1938 Hall of Fame com- mittee were Chancellor A. B. Butts. Scott Tenny- son. Dean R. Nialcolm Guess. Nlary Speed. Dr. P. L. Rainwater. and Billy Bflounger. Dean Guess and Dr. A. XV. Green compiled final ligures on the selections. The Hall of Fame was constituted as an honor entirely free from political encroachment. Members of the 1938 Hall of Fame are Kenneth Crosby. Billy Gates. Billy Mounger, Scott Tenny- son, Lelia Terry. and George F. 'XY'oodlil'T. H QTUDE T COVER ME. 1 KENNETH CROSBY, Pres. f -8 ROMAN K. RICE, V.-Pres. THE ASSOCIATED STUDENT BODY This year has been a most important period in the cle- velopment of student government at Ole Miss. A for- ward step was taken last year by the student body with the adoption of a more comprehensive constitution to meet the need and demand for better student repre- sentation and greater efhciency in student government. I ..,. Our constitution provides for the organization of our stl A ' ' l, composed of the four student bo ven other members elected by ch 2 have and to exercise the general powers of supervision over all activities insofar as they affect the student body. This year has been filled with much constructive work LILIA TERRY, Sec. ALONZO WESTBROOK, . swf ,-',, Treas The by the council. Among many of the council's bene- ficial accomplishments have been the instigation of a new system for the exchange of second-hand books, the conducting of pep meetings and special trains, the su- pervision of several college hours, the change in the manner of holding student elections, che beginning of a much-needed lyceum course, and the sending of stu- dent representatives to important student conventions. Student Execufive Cabinet 4? ': 4 , '-Ski?-Kg ' ie? g?W,,Q,: ,Q L: ,,,. 17 HW N 2 I I Q SSOCIATIO ' MEMBERS Our council is a member of the National Students' Federation of America, and the president of our student body was elected one of the three delegates-at-large to the National Executive Committee of the Federation at its national convention. STUDENT GOVERNMENT FOR WOMEN The Student Government Association for Women has the power to control all matters concerning the conduct of the women students in their college life not directly under the control of the university authorities and the dormitory management. Two councils are elected: the legislative, which makes the rules, and the executive, which deals with the enforcement of these rules. This body is a cooperative form of student govern- ment and by virtue of the privilege granted by the uni- versity and their consequent responsibilities the Asso- ciation worlcs in whole-hearted cooperation in the 'ob- servance and enforcement of all University policies and regulations. STUDENT COUNCIL FOR WOMEN The Sfudeni' Executive Cabinet KliNNE'I'lI CROSBY, Prr.vir11vIr,- Roxwux RICE, I'irI'-I'rrsiIln1t,- I,EI,I.x '1'ERRx, SI'!'l'1'lllI'j',' .ALONZO VVEs'InRomc, Trfas- urfr,- BRUCE fXL'I.TMAN, LOUIS BEGIN, HERE BAUMsTEN, EIiI.Io'I'I' IIKYZHZ, XVlI.I.E'l'I'E TUUCKXYORTH, BII.I.Y QSXTES, XVII.I,IAIvI Ii.-ws, j. A. SMITII, DIARY SPEED, CTEORGE F. XVOfJDl,IIr'l", CI.II'If XVORSHAM. Srudeni' Governmenf for Women lvl.-TRY FINN SPEED . . . Prrsirirnt lVI.-XRIETTE lVlCDONAI.D , First I'.-Pri-5. ELMER HENRY , . Second l'.-Prfs. EDITH VVANDER . . . SI'lil'l't'flll'-1' VIRGINIA VVII.I,IAIvIs . . Trvasurrr Legisla+ive Council DoRoTI-Is' HOI,l,AN, LOUISE CROZIER, DoRIs DANsBY, GERTRLVDE VVILKINSON, MARTHA SHEFFIELD, CHRISTINE MUR- PHREE, RUTH ZINKE, EMILY NICHOLS, JEAN AIRTHURS, MARGARET G,ATLlN, MARGARET BARNES, MARTHA MCDON- AI,D, VIRGINIA SHELBY. Advisory Board MISS EsTEI.I.A G. HEFLEH' Dean of lfomrrz MRs. MART LEE DUNCAN NIRS. BLANCHE MATTINGLT' D The Staff Takes Hs Affernoon Diversion GEORGE F. WOODLIFF Edifor THE E CiEORCE F. XVOODLIFE . T ' 3 QRIAL STA FF . . Editor-ill-Clliff JOHN EVANS . - . .15Ji.TfI1lIf Editor CLYDE HUGHES . . . .lssislnur Edilor RICHARD XVILKINSON . .flrsislanr Edifnr LEl,lA'I'ERRX . . . . . Sfrrvfary HAROLD BURSON . TTAROLD fiO'I"I'IlEI,l' EDDIE DETVIILIAER . TOM fiARDNER . CHARLES LONCINO . . . . Sfmrls - . . Pfl0f0ffI'l1I7flft' Class and Orgfzznizalinn Class and FIIYIKIIITZIIHOII Class and Orgnnizalion Edilor Erfilnr Eifilnr Edirol' Edilnr DOROTHY POXVER . .-.... F1'l1fIH'1' ll'1-im' LEE CA'l'CH1NCs . . .lssorialw Edilor BERT MCKINZIE . . ,lisorialr Editor JOHN GARDNER . . .lxsoriafr Ellilvr MAYO MOORE . . . fluoriafr Edilor CHARLES CRISLER . . .lrsorialf Edimr A WEORD FROM THE Throughout the year, while striving to gather material which would best picture the year of student life, the staff has been ever-mindful of the expectancies of the student body. The foremost desire in the hearts of the Editor and the Business Manager has been to publish a boolc which would afford genuine pleasure to the students as well as refiect credit upon and bring recognition to the University. The staff has been faced with the unfortunate problem of many increases in prices without an increase in the student fee, a situation which has necessitated countless hours of planning and figuring by the staffs, which have attempted to assemble a better book in spite of a haunting lfl46l Eddie Mack and His Boys "Pose" for the Camera OLE Ilff APPRECIATION THE BUSINESS STAFF IN EDDIE BLACK BIORCAX . . . Bllilllfi' Jlizmzgm HOMER TLERNER . . .-lssismiit Bruin.,-, j1gmz51,f ,loiix BILL COXNER . glsyiffanf Basin FH ,llrlllzlgff Sm Kixc . - . . glifiiftlllf Blljillelf' .Uamlgzrr IXIAXKY THQMAS . Jfsixrant Buxifzrft .Uamzgrr CECELLA H0sEx' . Sin CilI.,I.ESP1E . '1.f504'iz1h' f jltlllllflfl Bllfillff Si'cr'fIi1r'5 FRED NELSON . .'lfS0i'll1fr' Hufiziffs .Uizzztlgfw XYILSON CAIER . flfyocitlti' Busilzfit .Uamlyfr RED TQRAYLOR . . . Jsxotififf Businfsf jfamlglrr TEUMMIE XVIILI.-AMS rlswriizff Businfsf llmiagffr' JACK DiE'i'RicH . . . .ilrxutiafr Businrf' .lIi1ll1lglc'l' FRAXK HARI' . .lssnriaff Businffv .Uiimzgnr ED LTAYIS . - . . .lfsocirltf BIISTIIFX' .llamzyfr HLBERT HARNETT . -lrmciaff Bizsirnxfr Jlaznzgzfr BEN KEYE . . .'1.fwrit11L- Bzuizz,-,v Jlumzyfr HAROLD HANEA' . . ,-Ixsotiarf Businrs' .llmnzgnr HEXRY Hgyxgg , , A ,lyyuyitllf Blljillfj' lfzlllalgfr' kiEORCE Arxixsox , . .lsrmirzfr llizrizzigvf .ifamzyfr I938 STAFF... budget. XVithout the assistance of Robert XVaIl, Editor of THE 1937 OLE Miss. in solving those inevitable puzzles with which annual staifs are frequently confronted, and the tutoring and suggestions of the Art Department of the Benson Printing Company, the compilation of this volume would have been much more difficult. To each of them the Editor and Business Manager are deeply grateful. The Editor has attempted to provide for the orientation and organization of the staff members in such a manner as to acquaint them with the task as a whole, in order that each of them may be adequately equipped to undertake the advanced annual positions. The Editor and Business Manager wish to acknowledge and express their appreciation for the work done and the efforts expended bv Nlr. Ed Lipscomb, Director of the lxflis- sissippi Advertising Commission. in taking and collecting the pictures which were used for the theme of this book. Also, the Editor wishes to thank Mr. Abbott Eerriss for his resourceful ideas and his interest in the OLE Miss. EDDIE MACK MORGAN Business Manager -is. .179 5 - 'X 1 I I -n 1, K, r' . Ti . l , A T Q' ' 1 A , av A T T T T STUDENT 4 AND FACULTY Q I PL,1m.1QAT1ONs QOH CTL T DR. A. B. BUTTS ,. , DR. D. H. BISHOP PROP. I-IORACE MR. K. HAMM PROF. E. L. HAMMOND KENNETH CROSBY BILLY GATES FACULTY MEMBERS BROWN . . . . . DR. B. LOOPER STUDENT MEMBERS EDDIE MACK MORGAN N481 . . . Ex-Officio Chairman . . . . , . . . Chairman . Acting Secretary PROP. WEX MALONE PROF. C. F. DUNHANI PRESCOTT SHERMAN GEORGE F. WOODLIFF ,- ,- A ,- NIISSISSIIAPI LAXXX SIOIIRNAL JOURNAL OF THE MISSISSIPPI STATE BAR The Mississippi Law journal was founded in 1928. It is the official publication of the Mississippi State Bar, and is published under its auspices by students of the Law School of the University of Mississippi. The journal publishes the proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the State Bar, articles by eminent writers on legal subjects, notes and comments on recent de- :isions by student writers, reviews of current treatises on the general subject of the law, and other matters of interest to the legal profession. The journal is at present in its tenth volume, which includes four issues during the school year of 1937-38. 4+ CLAUDE T. COFFMAN Edifor-in-Chief FACULTY AD XVEX S. M.xLoxL EDITORIAL B CI..-XL'DE T. Corrsux . . . XAvlI.LIAM COLEMAN BRANTON . NIQGENT SHANDS ..... ROBERT S. Xmwox . . . ELLIOTT R. Daxzm .... I ASSOCIATE E BRUCE AL'1.'Isux FREDERICK C. BERGER JOHN B. F.aRLsE The Law JournaI Sfaff rr '3 ROBERT S. NEWTON Business Manager VISERS joux XY. XY we OARD . - . , Edilor'-ill-C'l1irf . . . .lssisfazzl Editor Xolf and Comrnnzl Eilifor . . . Ii1zsif1,ss .Urzmzyfr ssislanl Ifugin ss .Uazzuypr DITORS .ALEX LiII.I.IAM JUL .ALEX NIcFARI.xNo I.. A. XVY.X'I'l AX. ll-191 ls. . A "ff Mlm. x,Q Isl THE EDITOR SPEAKS "In grateful appreciation of services rendered, The Jllississippiazz wishes to thank the Com- lllffliilll flppral and the Times Pirayinzf for their rearly assistance in providing this publication with mats for feature picture layouts. Their help has enabled Thi' iwississijwpian to give its readers the greatest pictorial portrayal of cam- pus events in its history." BILLY GATES Edi+or 57 I . ' 5 , -sn, ,,,, ....,.4-.Q-so-N f-9 'iw-3 The Editors Keep Busy as Bees EDITORIAL STAFF BILLY GAI'ES . BILLY Htx . . . H.XROLl7 Bt2Rsox . FRED BRowNsTE1N ELMER HENRX' . . . . . Edilor . fllrznaging Edilor . . Nvfuxs E d i for . - . . ,lssis1a11tEdiior . . - . . . . . C0-Ed Editor Doi' POVVER, HEI.EN SEx1oN . . Special Conlribulors SAM OLDEN, JR ......- . . . . Fvalurf Editor QSEURGE Tour, DAVE XVE'l"l'I.IN .-.4......... S 'ports Editors BRL'1sER IQINARD, BILL VVI1,I.I.'XMS, Si VVILKINSON, R.-xvisioxu INIEDLOCK ........... -.., . . C0Il1I7l!1Illl .Uanagrrs GEORGE H. BLT'l'l.ER, III . ..r..-.... Lrgal Counsel CiiRis'1ixE IYIURPHREE . ...... Exrrziliw Si'r'y Io ilu' Edilor CORINNE ACKER .-...,. Exrcutiiv' Sify Io Ilia .Ilanaging Editor VVALTER BRIDGEEORTH, LI,-XROLD GO'li'I'HEI.F, LEE GL'LI,EX' . . .lssotialr Editors SPORTS ASSISTANTS Pete Shipman, Bob Pritchard, Wlalter Bullock, Leroy Hidenger SOCIETY ASSISTANTS Virginia Thigpen. Rosamond Barton, Edith Wfinn. Catherine Clark. Chee Stevens, Bac Kramer, Lloyd Talley, Sadie Renshaw, Carolyn Reed, Louise Lindsey, FEATURE ASSISTANTS Kenneth Haxton, Ray Bass. lNlaiy Lane W'omack. Bill Gurney, Eddie Debliller, Fred XY'itty DEPAIZTIVIENTAL HEADS Erskine Wells, H. L. Copeland, Tom Hammond. Wlalter Nlilner REPORTE RS Elon Ellis, P. XV, johnson. ,lulian A. Campbell. Reginald Gray, james Bonner. Norman Clock. Robert Reed, Charles B. Hirsch, Dwight Strain. ,lim Gray, Hans Karl Strauss. A WORD ABOUT OUR I937-38 PAPER The Mississippian. oflicial publication of the Ole Miss student body, is this year recognized as the best college weekly newspaper in the South. Under the efficient direction of Billy Gates as editor and Prescott Sherman as business manager, the Mississippian has continued the progress begun last year with an improved head-line schedule. It has now a far more diversified and better balanced order of news, feature and sport stories, and a steady, frank editorial policy. Its business department has kept pace with preceding records, and has achieved a worth-while mark from the point of view of advertising Peck Ge+s His Boys To Do a Bi? of Work SMPPIAN BUSINESS STAFF PREsco'1'r SHERMAN .... .... ..., B 1 mizzwsx Jlazmgrr JOE EDDINS, RICH.-XRD XV.Y1sON , . .lrristanl Iizrsifzrsx .lllllltlrjffj hV.Xl.'l'ER lNlICHEl ....-. . , Cirrulutiozz Dirrflor 'li.Yl'E TIQHIGPEX, HENRY HAYNES . . Foreign Circulation IIARRX BRYAN, SID liIl.l.ESPlE . . Loral Cirrulalinn C. G. XVORSHAM . - . Tuilnziirzl .lyyixfanl MACY CLAIR 'IQERRX '..... . , . ...... Co-EJ Jlanagwr CHQORCE A'rR1NsoN, TOM G.XRlJXER, IRBY lNlOORE, FRED NEi.sON, H.XRRX' BRYAN, RICHARD XVILKINSON, HERMAN Gl.Az1ER, JOHN CONNER . qlxxuriafwx T. C. BUFORD, D. O. CHES'l'NL'T, EDWARD FAN'1', HLYCH S'rEYENs, HAROLD SHERMAN, jL'1.1AN lhl.-XXX, JUIYIAN NOEL, BOB COLLIER, EDw1N TATE, E. QERIFI-'IN :KI,l'0RD, CHARLES PITRAYLOR, jun XVILLIAM Cox, TOMMY XVALKER, LEE CA'rcHxNGs, ,ALBERT CRXRDNER .......Y lysislunix A WORD ABOUT OUR I937-38 PAPER sales and presentation. A picture service unexcelled since installation of the newspaper twenty-seven years ago has been provided for readers of the publication. Special mention should be given to services ren- dered, without which the paper could not have been a success, by Billy I-Iix, Harold Burson, Elmer Henry, Dot Power, Helen Sexton, Harold Gotthelf, and George Todt, editorial staff members, and by Richard Watson, Joe Eddins, Walter Michel, and Henry Haynes, business staff members. THE MANAGER SPEAKS 'WVUrtls-worils-words-hut none that will trulA express hon very much the Business Manager of the 1037-33 .1Ii,v.vir.vifj1ir111 sincerely appreciate the whole-hezirted support that his stuff has given him in nmking the publishing of this paper p ws sihlvl :Intl In those who have responded to the solicitntir n of the so efhcient stuff-Tlzw .Urs Xhfjlffirlll thanks You." PRESCOTT SHERMAN if Business Manager lil UNIVERQITY The University Players represent the interests of Ole Miss in Dramatic Art. The purposes of the players are to increase the resources of the University in dra- matic leadership, to raise standards and appreciation of dramatic literature, to give opportunity for an ever- increasing desire for dramatic self-expression and to develop leadership for dramatic work in school, church, neighborhood, and community. The purposes are being accomplished by the Uni- versity Players in a number of ways. Besides the dra- matizing of plays and the attendant individual training in character interpretation, the student also receives training in eurhythmics, stage directing, and stagecraft. The best modern dramas are read by the class in order to appreciate the better qualities of dramatic literature. The history of the University Players has been marked by wide diversity in types of plays presented, in abun- dance of new talent discovered, and in competence of directorship. Constantly striving for and attaining a higher standard of dramatic activity at Ole Miss, the Players are coming more and more to have a vital place on the campus. Recent luminaries in professional Thespian circles who were formerly University Players are Ruth Ford, now appearing in the New Yorlc production of The Shoe- makers' Holiday, by Thomas Dekker, and Will Price, formerly of the Pasadena Playhouse staff, now serving as dialectician for the movie version of Margaret Mitch- ell's classic, Gone Witlv the Wind. Bearing ever in mind that any creative art must strug- gle for existence, the University Players have financed, staged, costumed, and produced their plays practically unassisted since their inception on the campus several years ago. Viewing the more outstanding productions, from the first down to the current semester production, it is easy to perceive that in spite of almost insurmount- able obstacles, the dramatic group has always searched for that which is worth while and permanent in the realm of the theatre. Early was The Merclvarzt of Venice, difficult for any amateur group. Involving intricate lighting, expensive costuming, and exacting characterization, this play gave the group an early boost along the way. Then came PLAYERQ Lady Windermere's Fan and The Last of Mrs. Cheney, both demanding near professional ability on the part of the women in the casts particularly. After Liliom and To the Ladies, last year the organization went back to Shakespeare with a full-length production of Muff? Ado About Nothing. Authentically costumed and staged, the production drew favorable criticism from a three-night audience. The annual Christmas plays by the University Play- ers have become a part of campus Yuletide festivities. Begun coincident with the inception of the dramatic production, the holiday plays have become a tradition at Ole Miss. Outstanding the past Christmas of the series were A Night at an Inn and Dickens' classic, The Christmas Carol. The current group of University Players, under the direction of W. Dwight Wentz, is composed of: ALNEY W. AUSTIN FAY BUNCH WOODWARD BARNES JOE DABBS MACK BLACKWOOD JAMES EMERsoN WALTER BOYETTE THOMAS ETHRIDGE BILLY HIX X. W. DWIGHT WENTZ LOUISE LINDSEY JOHN PARKER HELEN SEXTON CLAIRE STEVENS I-IENRI LEVI Director WILLIAM SULLIVAN SCOTT TENNYSON GEORGE TODT MARY JANE WALLACE .' f Sr 15' Q ix . if THE MISSISSIPPIANS ROSALIE BRYANT - OE PENIX P E R S O N N E L CARL JOHNSTON, Director MALCOLM MONTGOMERY - BILLY SPENCER - - - GALE WATSON - BOBBY BALLARD - HAROLD SHERMAN - OHN BRANDT - IM BROCK ----- WILLETTE DUCKWORTH - - ACK SMITH A. G. BOWEN - . - STEPHENS SPENCER - EDWARD MONTGOMERY - Il54l . Vocalist Saxoplvone Saxophone Saxophone Saxophone Trumpet Trumpet Trombone Trombone - Drums - Bass . Piano . - Piano Vibralrarp THE CQLLEGIANS MILLER HOLMES - THOMAS ETHRIDGE HARVEY Ross - - EDWARD COCKE - - JACK O,NEAL - - HERMAN TAYLOR - EDWIN SHACKEROFF CLYDE HUGHES - - CALVIN COOLEY - - ROBERT HUMMEL ROBERT COOK - - RAY BASS - - PERSONNEL HERMAN TAYLOR, Manager CREAT1-I SPEAR, Director lQl551 Saxophone Saxophone Saxophone Saxophone Trumpet Trumpet Trumpet Trombone Trombone . Drums - - Bass . . Piano CLE MISS NXUICAL CLUB OFFICERS A. G. BOWEN . . . . Pzvsidwzf HANSPORO SIMMONS . . Trfasurcr II,xRO1,O I.Ev1NE . . l'if'f-Prvsidrrzi L.RxL'R,,x T. MAR'1'1N . . - . . Dirrflor EORER1 IIINES, JR. . . . Srn'f1ary R. M. QEUESS . . . B1zxim'55,WIa1zagrr MEMBERS Fifi! Trnors Rm' FL NCHESS JOHN A, CIARDNER FRANK TlND.Xl.l. Swami Tfzzors l.1,uEN COOKE FKIBERT HINES, JR. ROBERT MCC'OR:uxCR XV. S. SHIPMAY, J IJAYIID C'R.xul,Ex', JR. U.xS'1'ON JONES QUNN NELSON FRED XVITTY. JR- Bnriffnzv Bam K'1.xLSOE iixu IQNIJLR NI1I.r.ER IIOLME5 Blln' BAKER f?EORCE BIAIJDOX JOHN C0.'k'l'ES CARL jOuNs'lONE CEDRIC I7EH.Bl,EM.XN EDGAR S'1'EP11ENS,j RflBliR'l' CRflCKIi'I'I I7.xx'1O P. QHINX IIAROLO LEHNE IIOMER 'IQCRNER lI.xNS1ORO Smxmxs R1cu.xRn XVILKINSON C'.XRl. JOHNSIONE, llirmlor 1x1AI,L'Ol M Nl0N'l'COMliRY ROBERT N. BA1Al..xRO EIJMUNIJ MONTCOMERX' JOE ll. PENIN IIAROLD SHERMAN xVII.lAIf'l"l'li DL'CKXYOR'I'lI XVll,l,l.XM SPENCER -IOHN BRANOT SIEPHEN SPENCER 1111.16 XVATSON .IAMES BROCK ROS.Xl,IE BRx',xN'1' DAMON Smrm 1 1561 5 P W l P E 4 1 w lx V P I , A w Y . EH PQW 0 an ,qs .- QQ 'v Lp. so as-if al , -. THE CARDINA., CLUB Ola Jliss' Host to l'isiti11g .ltlzlfiif Trains OFFICERS DAN SHELL .... ..... . . . Prfsizlrnt GEORGE .ANDERSON . . . . l'iw-P1-rsinhwi SARAH XVATKINS . . . . Sponsor MEMBERS LEO M. TABRAPIABI GEURGE ANDERSON DELL ALTSTIN . . H.ARRX' BRYAN . . CHESTER COCRRELL DE V.XLIN CONYERS THOMAS B. DAVIS . . S111a'z'11t Body . . . Sigma N11 . . Sluzlfnt Body . Sigma Chi . . . . Dvlla Psi . Jlpha Tau Omoga . . . Sigma Phi Epsilon BERNARD BIOYER . NATHAN PETERS . . T. A. QL'1NN .... JOE C. VV.-XSHINGTON . BIAHLON XVERR . 1571 JOSEPH GARDNER B1LLY GRIFFIN . HENRY HAYNES CARL IOHNSTONE G.XSTON C. JONES RAAION LITTON . . . . Phi Dflfa ywlllqfll Pi Kappa Phi . . . . Kappa .llpha . . , Baia Thvta Pi Phi Kappa Psi Kappa Sigma TH.AI7. M. RIOSELEY . . . . Dclta Kappa Epsilon . . Phi Epsilon Pi . . . Pi Kappalllpha Sigma .llpha Epsilon . . Dz'lfaTa11 Delia . . . Phi Pi Phi secomo PRIZE by Roy s Funchess, Jr. '-U 1 .nf Wlfflilfl Freshman Chestnut indorses the sixty-second workout . . . Beauty on the board . . . lfddie llaek gives 'em Hell at Tulane . . . Frosh out it over the 1I.O.:X.li.fl. again . . . Between plays the cheerleaders do shine . . . Time out for the band . . . He eouldn't take it . . . Klaybe Butler did it with mirrors . . . Klaes- rro llvhitiield takes in the game . . . Rosebud as trained by lfddie llaekls legs . . . Ir's that man .less again . . . Hart. XVilliams, and Wvhite Hy East for the games . . . Howard "The Klan" Dyer gets ehummy '... The human interest element was there too . . Thai last drop is good too . . 'Pringle in bothered by the heat . . The U.li.lf.'s and their Tri Delts. THIRD PRIZE, by Hill Sandidge Jr V wx - N "Q 'N U , , R ' QA 3-af' f Y Y I on 'V fx 5. W 5-Q ,, vig, 'Q ,far A A "5 F F. 1. I ,s I ia 1 k V my .ax n "'-'m-'QF 'X i I Q: , ' , . J 4 ' f it I 4 1 li f - rbi, .I A 1' ' " -2 -' ll r'!.""-... CQ ,.,. . , Q., wh 5 sb . xafz Q My QM.,-., 4 1 5 'Q if D ,,4A 4146 fi? WH ' 1 ,r' ' . u 1 I :!glQfYf1 1 fl : 'fb Q. H. ,su , - A - 1 4 .far f . I :FV -Q f Uh' XXI s I I I . - 'fi ...Lama . 'k. A 2 QM 4 N gif A V 1 I Isl ' F , r X, :F , , 'D P ' A 1 . if f 57 6 Q - if ? f xi 4 -Q 'E WHQQJF, 3 5 ' " '2'l4'?4 , '- - ,ww ,Q M, ' f - gif CS. I 3 v-v A . - , ' '. 7' 73 v, .. Q 1 x ,G ,Q I V Y L ' .A I 1 lil -4fe!'fff, v'f , N -.mmmfizfmmnmmm'U f , . , Tv , W k 1, V D H . .. fffv' J A V9 ge A IilIMPSI AI IIII fll0Sll The day after the night before . . . The forty-oners . . . Freshman daze . . . The chain gang . . . Bird's-eye-view of Frosh Williams . . . Gerard aids the cause . . . Believe it or not, it's a text- book . . . A bit of neat form . . . Cooke's in a stew . . . We Wonder who . . . Frosh shiner-uppers . . . If Mama Brock could see him now . . . lt's that Winn gal for sure . . . Goldilocks Gard- ner . . . "Not from you, you Frosh."' . . . Laundry day for Hopkins . . Meditation of a homesick frosh . . Ten-thirty Thursday. Illf CANIIIII CAMERA MAAI SAIEAIKIII IAI Dainty-what! . . . A studious stude for a change . . . Some fun, huh Bul- lock? . . . Steinhauer concentrates . . . A cow session . . . College life isn't all razzle-dazzle . . . Portrait of Fanny . . . Monsier Olsen . . . Martin, Pope, and Graham-another Wild night . . . An angle shot . . . It looks like "The Bar" fainted again . . . "Sorry, I have a date" . . . A couple of the Phi Lin- coln Zephyr boys living true to form . . . A friendly game of chanceg typical scene at Barr Casino . . . Pound away, Katherine . . . At home at school. 'Q 34" Iflcctioii rcsnlts are in the hug . . . K.A.'s honor fminder Lac . . . 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' -' - ' we-1'-Q--1.03 Q P I V ' " ' Il v ' a".- 11", .1 1' 4 -'vp U "lf-,..' ' v w .1 ,m.. 2 3 J' 4 'K - - . x 1 L ..,w,wy W. Q u A .' f ' '-A g Q3 ,I ks., RLIH Fox I ii Dilla Camzm - Y . PA HELLE IC CDLINCIL MARCARHI' SILK!-um '..-, . . , . l'1v5idn1l NIARY Spun . . . I'i4f-l'n,vi.I,11l CEEXE :XI.BIiRSTE'I'l , . , .Snniary Rom Hmm' . . . Tn1l.f1zl'1l' Nfurphev, fuurphree. Yi'l1kIl'1iOD, Gatlzn. .-Xddlson. Speed. Eason, Fox, fvalllrxg Ayres, Healv. Yfood. .-Xlbersrert, Eddms. Thngpen. Barnes. Izzard. Shsffifld Iii.. ,G .. 3 2 9 9 A 1' 642 5 T 49 .A -9 I' 'Q Q9 fl691 Y 1 5 Juli. ,, 1 .vc . H 1 -, 51 -r ' 4 S55 , .3 . -v r 0 N 1' ii 44 J' "" : cf 9 Ja ...- 1 S .fy Q: Q' I aw 42 4 6 D . 6 .3 ...Q zu A -ax ., 0 51' .J Q -R .s --v 4 -7 -lx. -vs - Z G 1 If - 4 ' Aa -f' ' nf 4 3 4' 'S' Ui M. TAL! CHAPTER Anderson, Bxshop, Clark. Dver, Hansell, Healy, Hollan, lNlcCorm1ck, lNlcRae, Nelson. Nl. Sabin, Sharp, Sharpe, Smxrh, lxl. V.. Smith. lNl,. W'allace, Yfest, XVillc1ns. XY'omack, Xvood. Adams. Avres. Blvthe. lXlcBee, McDonald, Kloore. Stone. Tavlor, Xvhxte, Abernathv. Butts, Davis. Fxte. Neilson, N.. Paxton, Rowland, Shelbv, Tallev. Xvatlnns. Acker. Adams, NI, A. Barron. Boris. Bowen, Broadfoor, Clxsbv, Bauer, Ervxn. Fam, Glenn. Klmbrough, Kuvkendall. Lea. Lomax, Lowe, lNlcCov. Nlxtchell, Nloffat. lNlosbv. Porter, Roe. Toomer. Vest, Yfxlsford. XVnnn. rg? 1- . ,K so A ' , 4 '2 'S- ' . 7 " -' -'f A 47 J' ' A -5 A . 5 -I - .Q A1 9 "' Q- .A A ls. lb A 'P ,g 'JJ .. -A A - - - 3 x 'T -7 7 X 2 :avi 3 1 av- ns: Q s. 17 if ' 9- v I . LN Q 9 'am' A A L Q -uv ' v I 4. tj? .3 7 4' I - . 5 .4 1 Y 7 N701 U sf' if f' CHI OMEG MRS. D. H. BISHOP MRS. J. B. BROxx'N MRS. A. B. BUTTS MRS. F. E. FARQUEAR MRS. MRS. MRS. MRS. AMY JOHNSON VU. L. KENNON WVEX MALONE IRA L. MORGAN A MRS. HERLlAN GLENN MISS ELMA MEEIQ MISS MARY R. GLENN MRS. D. G, NEILSON MISS IRENE HOLLOW'.AX' MRS. F, M, PURSER MRS. VVARNER HOLT MISS MARGARET ROWLAND MRS. JACK HUME MISS MARY V. ROWLAND MRS. JOHN B. WOLEE ACTIVE BIEMBERS Svlziors LOUISE ANDERSON . . ..... . . . Corinth, Miss VASSAR BISHOP . . - . University, Miss CATHERINE CLARK . . . . Ruleville, Miss MARTHA DYER .,.. . . Greenville, Miss LOIS ANNE HANSELL . . . Okolona, Miss ROSA l'IEALY , ....., . Natchez, Miss. DOROTHY HOLLAN ..... . . Wynne, Ark MARY LILLIAN MCCORMICK . . Richton, Miss ROWENA MCRAE ...... . jackson, Miss MARTHA NELSON ..... . . jackson, Miss ELSIE SABIN .... . Greenwood, Miss LUCY WEBB SHARP . . . Grenada, Miss MARGARET SHARRE , . . . Corinth. Miss MARTHA VANCE SMlTH . . . . Grenada, Miss MOSELLE SMITH . . . . . Vicksburg, Miss PATSY TINDALL . . . Sunflower, Miss MIRIAM WVALLACE . . . . . Biloxi, Miss BETTY WVEST .... . . McComb, Miss. ELIZABETH WVILKINS . . . Grenada, Miss MARY LANE VVOMACK . . . . . jackson, Miss BESS WOOD ..... . . . . . Batesville, Miss funzors ROANE ADAMS .... ...... . . . Natchez, Miss ANNA AYRES ..... . . . Alexandria, La WILLIE MAE BLYTHE . . Lake Comorant, Miss, ETHEL MCBEE .... . Greenwood, Miss MARIETTE MCDONALD . Memphis, Tenn VIRGINIA MOORE . . . . Senatobia, Miss MYRTLE STONE . . . . , . Charleston, Miss IDA SHELTON TAYLOR . . . Como, Miss OLA WIHITE ..... .,....,.., . . Natchez, Miss Sofwhonzorvs STERLENE ABERNATHY . . . . ....... . . Greenville, Miss BARBARA BUTTS . . . . . . University, Miss FRANCIS DAVIS .... . . . Como, Miss VlRGINI.A FITE . . . . Columbus, Miss NINABEL NEXLSON . . . . Oxford, Miss VIRGINIA PAXTON . . . . Greenville, Miss ROSEBUD ROVILAND . . . . Oxford, Miss VIRGINIA SHELBY . . . . Clarksdale, Miss. LLOYD TALLEY . . . . . Clarksdale, Miss SARA WATKINS . . . ..... . Aberdeen, Miss PLEDGES CORINNE ACKER ..... MARY AUGUSTA ADAMS . . LOUISE BARRON .... MARSHALL BOTTS ..... FORREST BOWEN . . . . . MARY DOUGLAS BROADFOOT CLARA FRANCES CLISBY . . . EMMA BAUER ..... RUTH ERVIN ...... FRANCES FANT ...... - MARY ELIZABETH GLENN . . LENORE KIMBROUGH . . . FRANCES KUYKENDALL . . KATIE LEA ....... ANNIE FAY LOMAx . ANNETTTE LOWE ...... MARGARET MCCOY ..... MARY ELIZABETH MITCHELL IRLENE MOFFAT ...... DOROTHY MOSBY . . MARY POTTER .... MARY FRANCES ROE . CORINNE TOOMER . . BECKYE VEST . . . TOMMY WILSFORD . EDITH WINN . . . fl7ll . Aberdeen, Miss . . . Tupelo, Miss . Indianola, Miss . . Clarlcsdale, Miss . . Tupelo, Miss . . . Jackson, Miss . . West Point, Miss . . . McComb, Miss Crystal Springs, Miss . . Memphis, Tenn . . . . Oxford, Miss . . Greenwood, Miss . . Charleston, Miss . . Clarlcsdale, Miss Greenwood, Miss . . . Neurton, Miss . . Greenville. Miss . . Oxford, Miss . . Oxford, Miss . Indianola, Miss . . . Augusta, Ga . . Greenwood, Miss . . Tupelo, Miss . . Jackson, Miss . . Lula, Miss . . Laurel, Miss Founded 1895 Colors: Cardinal and Straw Flower: White Carnation Eighty-seven Active Chapters TAU CHAPTER Eslablished I 899 . z, 1 T-X Zn e fx QQ. -.5 CHI CHAPTER Fwaxlev. Barton. Cook. Embree. Gatlln. Hamxlton. Rutledge, Smlth. L.. Smith, Bl. R.. Snyder Speed, Stevens. I.. C., Stevens. S.. Terrv. L. H., XVallace. W'ard, Addrson. Bond, Connell Hall. McCabe. lNlcCox, lNlonrgomerv. Pleasanrs. Prxce. Dams, Everett. Herman, Nxchols. Poll: Stephenson. .-Xldrlch. Bolton, Brown, Burron, Campbell, Cranford. Hugl1es, Johnson. Long Lawler. Kramer. Klxexs, Naal1. Rennhaw, Srnallwood. Summers, Terrv. lNl. C., Usrev, Vaiden 9- J K ,, 1,- -vb lx .0 .- T Q :,, 3 ,, -4 5 -'Q -A 71. .. 'X Y 1-1 Q -4' ,Q t 'H 4-' .if 4 6 '3 'J -3 Q T L. ,... - 'Ax .4 Q Se R , . , v- 40 A 3 Y f-J, 'Q' 3 0- X9 7 ? ll72l , fi .-QZ6' .sf 1 2 , - .1. JIS' MRS. MRS. MRS. MRS MRS MRS MRS MRS MRS fDIaLIA DELTA DELTA MARGARET BRADY CALVIN BROWN DAVID CARTER BAXTER ELLIOT B. S. GUY'TON WILLIAM GUYTON WILL LEWIS JACK LILLY A. H. LILLY MRS. MRS. MISS MISS MRS. MRS. JEFF HAMM BRANHAM I-IUME KATHERINE MURRX' MARY NEIL DAN ROY J. A. SMALLWOOD EVELYN STONE R. L. SULLIVAN ELIZABETH WADE MISS MRS. MISS ACTIVE M EMRERS S: niorf NINNA BAILEY . . . ROSAMOND BARTON . . FLORENCE CAMPBELL . ELIZABETH COOK . . VIRGINIA EMBREE . MARGARET GATLIN . EULA MAY HAMILTON , MARGARET RUTLEDGE . LOUISE SMITH .... MARTHA R. SMITH . IRENE SNYDER .... MARY FINN SPEED . . LILLA CLAIRE STEVENS . SARA NELL STEVENS . . LELIA TERRY ..... MARY JANE WALLACE . MARJORIE WARD . , . MARIE ADDISCN . NINA ANDERSON . DORIS BOND ...., LUCY JANE CONNELL , . CELESTE HALL . . . BETTY MCCABE . MARTHA MCCOY .... MILDRED MONTGOMERY ELIZABETH PLEASANTS . ETHEI. PRICE ..... JENNIE DAVIS . SARAH EVERETT . ELSIE HERMAN . . EMILY NICHOLS . . KNOX POLIQ .... JANE STEPHENSON . HOPE ALDRICH ..... MAUDE MAGEE BOLTON DOROTHY BROWN .... BROWNIE BURTON . . CATHARINE CAMPBELL . RUTH CRANFORD .... MARTHA JANE HUGHES . MARY LUCILE JOHNSTON GENEVIEVE LONG . . . ANN LAWLER ...... BAE GENE KRAMER . . ELEANOR VIRGINIA MYERS ELIZABETH NASH .,.. SADIE RENSHAW .... CATHERINE SMALLWOOD CAMILLE SUMMERS . . . MARY CLAIRE TERRY . . MARY SPAIN USREY . . DOTTE VIRGINIA VAIDEN Juniors SOf7lI0lIlOl'C'5' PLEDGES ll73l . Coffeeville. Mississippi . Jonesbo 'o. Arkansas I . . . Canton, Mississippi . Columbus, Mississippi . . . Como, Mississippi . . . Laurel, Mississippi New Albany, Mississippi . . McComb, Mississippi . . . Canton, Mississippi Holly Springs, Mississippi . . . Laurel, Mississippi . Meridian, Mississippi . Senatobia, Mississippi . Clarksdale, Mississippi . Laurel, Mississippi . . . Oxford, Mississippi . Cleveland. Mississippi . Laurel, Mississippi . . . Laurel, Mississippi . Greenwood, Mississippi . , Memphis, Tennessee . Greenwood, Mississippi . Vicksburg, Mississippi . . . Laurel, Mississippi . . Inverness, Mississippi Minter City, Mississippi . . . Tupelo, Mississippi . . Oxford, Mississippi . Clarendon, Arkansas . . Laurel. Mississippi . . Swifrown. Mississippi . . Inverness, Mississippi . Corinth, Mississippi . . Pontotoc, Mississippi . . . Tupelo, Mississippi Water Valley, Mississippi . . . Canton, Mississippi . . Mobile, Alabama . Laurel, Mississippi . . Oakland, Mississippi Bay Springs, Mississippi . . . Tupelo, Mississippi . Clarksdale, Mississippi . . McComb, Mississippi . . Meridian, Mississippi , . Tupelo, Mississippi . Memphis, Tennessee . . . Oxford, Mississippi Hushpuckena, Mississippi . . . Laurel, Mississippi . . . Fayette, Arkansas . . Vaiden, Mississippi Founded 1888 Colors: Silver, Gold, and Blue Flower: Pansy Eighty-eight Active Chapters CHI CHAPTER Esiablished l904 XLPHA DELI KHAPTER Freeman, YV., Hosey, jones, N1urphev. Wfhltehead, Lindsey, Murphree. Banks, Deavours Klaus, lwanson. Sledge, Smxrh. Thaxron, XV1lkmson, Adams, Backstrom, Bnggs, Cannon Courtnev, Elv. Freeman. NI. Johnson. NlcGinn1s, O'Neal, Reed, Rhodes. Sparkman. Xvatson XV1ll1ams. bs, ,J i -3 G A A v Jfw use ns s, J ? 3 'T if If I. 1741 -,1 4. fy K x PHI M Ll ALLAINAE IN Tow MRS. CARI. COERS MRS. THOMAS L. HARVEY MRS. H. M. MORSE MRS. QlEO. R. NEBl.ET1' VVYONETTE FREEMAN CECELIA HOSEY . . IQATHLEEN JONES . MARGARET MLYRPHEY LIfCII,I,E VVHITEHE.-XD LOUISE LINDSEY . . CHRISTINE MURPHREE LU LEE BANKS . . lN1ARYDEAYOL7RS . . MABEI. OVVEN KLAUS DOROTHY lvl.-XNSON . IANN.-X CATHERINE SI.EDGE . IALLIE MABEI. SMITH MARIANNE THAXTON GERTRUDE XVILKINSON . . SARA MARGARET .ADAMS . STUART BACKSTROM . MIRIAM BRIGGS . . SUE CANNON . . . LOUISE COURTNEI' . MRS N MRS. LOUIS PERRIN . XVIIIIAM PRICE S MRS. C. O. SMAIIING MRS. ED STONE JXCTIYE RIEAIBERS Seniorf . . . Laurel, Miss. . . Laurel, Miss. . . Clarksdale, Miss. . , Itta Bena, Miss. . . Clarksdale, Nliss. Juniors . . . . Laurel, Miss. . . Shelby, Mis. Sophomores . Memphis, Tenn. . Laurel, Miss. . . . lN18COIl, lN1iss. . . . Gulfport, lNIiss. . . Parchman, Miss. . .... Oxford, Miss. . . Crystal Springs, Miss. . . . Shelby, Miss. PLEIJGES . Ackerman, Miss. . . Leakesville, Miss. . Memphis, Tenn. . . . Tunica, Miss MINNIE ELIZABETH Eu' . MARGUERITE FREEMAN JESSLEYJOHNSON . . KATHRX'N MCGINNIS CATHERINE OVNEAI. CAROLYN REED . . RUTH RHODES . . DIXIE SPARKMAN . SIDNEY XVATSON . . VIRGINIA XVILLIAMS . lfl75l VVater Valley, Miss . . . Drew, Miss . . Laurel, Miss . . Cleveland, Miss . . Sardis, Miss . Marks, Miss . . . Oxford, Miss . Memphis, Tenn . . COCksx'ille,MisS. . . VValls . Como , Miss , Miss Founded 1852 Colors: Rose and White - Flowers: Rose and White Carnation ' Fifty-nine Active Chapters I ALPHA DELTA CHAPTER Es+ablished I 924 JY .. ,si ,mm J, 4, Q7 5. 5' ' JA'k. " 91 -0- . .X I' wr - .. A v 3 7 '-sv ' fx pn ALPHA MU CHAPTER Albersrett. Cassidv. Triplert. Baker, Carev, Cashman. Chiplcy, Eddins. Henry. Power, Xvnlde Whlliams, Xvllson. Zlnlfe. Burnett, Nlarkctte. DlI1SH1OfC, Hortorl. Nlurphv, Thigpen, Xvxlev Avent, Belcher, Brvant, Cashman, Dean. Eley, Gibson. Gore. Hartman, Hawthorn. Houston Howerton, Lott, Lum. IVISIIIII. Rand, Roberts. Stroud. Tarr, B.. Tau, P., Tinselcy, Varnado Xvxley. 24 5 14 'A vf "Y .,, 4- 3 tx. .Q ,.- 'rar '11 'I -19 ,af 4" ll76J if RAP PA DE LTA ALUMNAE IN TOWN MRS. ROSS BROWN MRS. EMMA MCLACHLEN MRS. R. M. GUESS MRS. LOTTIE VERNON TURNBOW MRS. E. N. LOWE MRS. RALPH WILSON ACTIVE TXIEMBERS Gradzmtrs GENE ALBERSTETT . . ........ . . Oxford, Mississippi MARION CASSIDY . . . . . Oxford, Mississippi MARY A. TRIPLETT . , . Gulfport, Nlississippi Sfrzinrs JANE BAKER . . . ...... . lVlcComb, Nlississippi VIRGINIA CAREY . . HickoI'y Flat, Mississippi FRANCES CASHMAN . . Vicksburg, Mississippi DORIS CHIPLEY . . Carthage, Mississippi LULIE EDDINS . . . . . Pensacola, Florida ELMER HENRY . . , Longbeach, Mississippi DOROTHY POWER . . . . Red Banks, Mississippi GENEVIEVE WVILDE . . . . Jackson. Mississippi MARGARET WILLIAMS , . . Ina Bena, Mississippi HAZEI. WILSON . . . . Vaiden, Mississippi RUTH ZINKE . . . . Chicago, Illinois Juniors MARY E. BURNETT . . . . . , . . Itta Bona, Nlississippi FRANCES MARRETTE . . Oxford, Mississippi Sofwlzonzorfs MARY DINSMORE . . , . . Ft. Benning, Georgia MARTHA ANN HOR1'ON . . Tupelo, Mississippi SUE MURPHY .... . Oxford, Mississippi CAROLINE ROSSON . . . . jackson, Mississippi VIRGINIA THIGPEN . . Vicksburg, Mississippi MARY WILEY . . . . . Oxford. Mississippi PLEIJGES EDNA AVENT . . . ..,... . Oxford, Nlississippi FRANCES BELCHER . . . . Memphis, Tennessee ROSALIE BRYANT . . . Oxford, Mississippi NANCY CASHMAN . . Vicksburg, Mississippi LUCILLE DOAN . . . . Memphis, Tennessee VIRGINIA ELEY , . . Mosspoint, Mississippi MARJORIE GIBSON . . . . Holcomb, Mississippi KATHLEEN GORE . . . . . Houston, Mississippi PAULINE HARTMAN . . . Itta Bena, Mississippi BERRY PTAWTHORN . . . Columbus, Mississippi PEGGY HOUSTON . . . . Memphis, Tennessee MARTHA HOWERTON . . Oxford, Mississippi MARTHA LOTT . . . . . Oxford, Mississippi HELEN LUM . . . . Vicksburg, Mississippi VIRGINIA MARTIN . . CATHARINE RAND . . GERALDINE ROBERTS . ELEANOR STROUD . . BARBARA TARR . . . PATRICIA TARR .... MARYBELLE TINSELEY ELEANOR VARNADO . . MARTHA KING WILEY ll771 Blythevillc, Arkansas . Hammond, Louisiana . . Jackson, . . Gulfport, . Hollywood, . Hollywood, . DeKalb, . . Osyka, . Oxford, Mississippi Mississippi California California Mississippi Mississippi Mississippi Founded 1897 Colors: Green and White Flower: White Rose Sixty-eight Active Chapters ALPHA MU CHAPTER Esfablished l927 Q. 1 N X 1 , 1 D. ALPHA Pfl CHAPTER Nnlarr. Fox. Nlalilrrp, Crozrur, Erlbachcr. Danalw, Dennis, Eason. Nlartzn Sexton, Elam Hrclcs, Leonard, Nanncy, Pryor, Sparks, Tate. - fi fs? xr 'B Y' ers ll '?' N1 'S' 5' A 5 411 ,ff 4 l 178 1 .551-5 . i 7 X E LTA CIA MMA AI.LfIxINAE IN TOWN MRS. L. C. ANDREXYS MRS. DAvID CARTER MRS L. Y. COBB MRS. MRS MRS MRS MRS MRS MRS J. C. CULLY E. E. DAVIDSON VVII.I.IAM FAULKNER BILL HARMON DAVID HEDDLESTON FRANCIS J. HORNE LII,I.IE HUDSON MRS. MRS. MRS. MISS MRS. MRS. MISS MRS. MRS. MISS DAVID HUGHES J. H. LOGAN IRENE MCLEAN DOROTHY OLDHAM GARNER OVVENS J. Ii. PEGUES MARY' LOUISE PECUES BRAMLETI' ROBERTS CLAUDE SELBY MARX' STONE MRS. HOLLAND VVILKINS RIEMBERS IN FACULTY MISS RHODA CATHERINE BASS MISS RUTH lN1CNEIl, ACTIVE RIEBIBERS Giffllfllllff' BLANCHE NoI.AN . Seniors RUTH Fox . JEAN lVlAl.I.ING . LOUISE CROZIER . ADELINE ERLBACIIER DORIS DANSBI' . . MARGARET DENNIS REBECCA EASON . GRAX'CE MARTIN . HELEN SExrON . MARIE EI.AIvI . Kl1"fX'E HICKS . . BETTYE LEONARD . LOUISE NANNEI' . FRANCES PRYOR . DOROTHY SPARKS . BETTE TATE . . Juniors Sojrh 0 nz ores PLEDGES N791 Yazoo City, Miss. . Cleveland, Ohio . ClevelzInd,Ohio . Greenville, Miss. . Evansville, Ind. New Albany, Miss. . . . Monroe, La. New Albany, Miss. . Vicksburg, Miss. . Hazlehurst, Miss. . Greenville, Miss. . Memphis, Tenn. . Kosciusko, Miss. . . Tupelo, Miss. . Greenville, Miss. . Inverness, Miss. . Dayton, Ohia Founded 1873 Colors: Bronze, Pink, Blue Flower: Cream-colored Rose Forty-eight Active Chapters ALPHA PSI CHAPTER Established 1936 XL fx fi.. 'E' . .sa ' '49 A -' '1 ,V 15. BETA BETA CHAPTER Clark. Barnes. K. H.. Barnes. TNT. A.. Campbell. Doclev. Sheffield, Belk. Carlthers. Chadwiflvc Fontaine, Pritchard. Rubsell. Shelton. Smnth, TNI.. Smith. KI. P.. Tavlor. Thompson. Tucker Xvalker. H. W'alker. Xvalkcr, TNT., Vfoodruff. Q ,-. 71. 4- E .nn Q- .,-' X - ' 'ln OW Tr WH as 'T' 1-nw -A 'T 9 -f J. """' of QQ? J' 5 A ll80l 1 .av A 3.3! 4 .6 1 , Ai"-,,, fDELTA EIA AL LTMNAE IN TOWN MISS MILDRED FERGUSON MISS HARRIET JACKSON AIEMBERS IN FACULTY MISS GRACE KING MISS NTARY BETSI' lxl.-XIJRY ACTIVE M EMIIERS KATHERINE CLARK . . KATAHERINE LIOPE BARNES MARGARET AI.LIE BARNES CORRIE ANNE CAMPBELL LILLIAN DOOLEY . . . VIRGINIA SHEFFIELD IZARD MARTHA SHEFFIELO . . CATHERINE BELK . . LORRAINE CARITHERS . MILOREO CHADVVICK . CATHERINE FONTAINE . RUBY PRITCI-IARD . . . NELLIE RUTH RUSSELL . MARIE SHELTON . . . MAROUERITE SMITH . MARX' P.-XULINE SMITH . FRANCES 'ILAYLOR . . SYBIL THOMPSON . . RUTH SAGE TUCKER . HARRIE1' NV.-XLKER . JUANITA XV,-XLKER . MAROARE'rXVAI.IcER . . IRENE VVOOORUFF . . PLEDGES ll8ll . Tupelo, bliss . Summit, Miss . Summit, Miss . Inverness, Miss . Oxford, bliss. . Fulton, Miss . Fulton, Miss . Oxford, Miss. . . Leland, Miss . . jackson, bliss . Clarksdale, Miss . Oxford, Nliss . Pontotoc, Miss. . Lambert, bliss. . Sumner, Miss . . . Miami, Fla McMinnville, Tenn . Aberdeen, Miss . . Ecru, Miss. . Lambert, Miss. . Lambert, Miss . Lambert, Miss . Batesville Miss I Founded 1907 Colors: Old Rose and Vieux Green Flower: Pink Killarney Rose Sixty-one Active Chapters BETA BETA CHAPTER Esfablished I927 - ,, ,fl ' ' ' .' I A51 'S Speer, Reed, Blackwood, Busby, Morgan. Ellis, Wfilson, Bowling, Stevens, Nlounger, Porter, Newton, Donald. Conner, Xvagner, Gates, Forman ITER f XX'illiams, Nloore, King, Carlton, Moseley, Jones, Brownstein, Turner, Tipton , Crockett , Ywhitten, Stephenson , Barnes, Perry, Conyers, Schultz, Danzig. T' :fs f-Q flew, 'T Wah 4 A f-Q v i f , Q -. IQ 0 ll821 FRATER ITV CGM CII, QFFICERS ELLIOTT R. DANZIG . . . . Presidvm ROBERT S. NEX!'TON . . . . I'icr-Prrsidmii HARRY VVILSON - . . SfU'1'tary-TraasIn'i'r KIEAIBERS Delta Psi CREATH SPEER HOMER TURNER Delta Tau Delta VV. C. REED, JR. JULIUS R. TIPTON Sigma Phi Epsilon MACK T. BLACRWOOD BOB CROCKETT Pi Kappa Phi ARTHUR G. BUSBY, JR. VVM. M. PORTER Kappa Sigma EDDIE MACK MORGAN ROBERT S. NEVVTON Sigma Alpha Epsilon CHAS. C. XVILLIAMS JOHN SHARP DONAI.D Sigma Nu B. IRBY MOORE JOHN VV. CONNER Pi Kappa fllpha SIM KING SAM VVAGN ER Bela Theta Pi C. SIDNEY CARLTON JOHN XVHITTEN Delta Kappa Epsilon THAD MOSELEY C. C. STEVENSON, JR. Phi Pi Phi XVILSON ELLIS GRAVES BARNES Sigma Chi H ARRY XVILSO N ROB ERT PERRY if lpha Tau Umsga FRANCIS BONVLING D EVALI N CONYERS Ahppo .1 lpha PHINEAS STEVENS RODNEY Ci.-XTES Phi Dalia Thfta BILLY MOUNCER BRENT FORM.-KN Phi Kappa Psi GASTON JONES CLIFFORD SCHULTZ Phi Epsilon Pi FRED X. BROXVNSTEIN ELLIOTT R. DANZIG ll83l Composed of two representa- tives from each fraternity, the Council controls and directs all the fraternities, especially with regard to rushing season, and also guides the policy of the fraternities in their affairs with the administration. , ,au ff -I ? --v 'TP HI CHAPTER Crofbv. Holla: Sxmpmon. Stephenson, Dent. Smxrh, L. Tavlor. Adams, C., Barker. Dalton. Haney. Selby. Staggers. Adams. K.. Denton, Kloselev, Rather. Wesson. Cox. Foster. Garrett. Kxrkparrxck, Longmo. Puckett. Pxxtchard. Smith. L.. Svkes. Todt, XVhite. Q l L "7 1.3 KE' ,, ll84l .Jr fDELTA RAPDA EPSIL .ALUMNI IN TOWN D.-XVID G. NEILSON PHIL STONE DAVID G. NEILSON, JR. XV. D. HEDDI.Es'ION, JR. RIEMBERS IN FACULTY F. E. FAROLIEAR XV. G. RoRER'Is XV. DIVICHI' XV E NTZ ACTIVE RIEMBERS IQENNETH M, CROSBY ROBERT L. HOl.LEX' . XVIILIAM M. SIMPSON C. C. STEPHENSON, JR. GENE H. DENT . LANDON J. SMITH . J. ROBERT 'TAYLOR . J. COOPER ADAMS . . STEVE R. B.-XRKER, JR. JACK E. DALTON . HAROLD E. HANEV . CLAUDE H. SELBY . S. RICHARD ST.-XGGERS JOHN KIRK ADAMS . W. PIPKIN DEATON . THAD M. MOSELEX' . JOHN ED RATHER . L. DAVIS VXTESSON . BILLY Cox . . . WILLIAM M. FOSTER N. STANLEY GARROTT JACK P. KIRRPATRICR CHARLES S. LONGINO Graflzuzffs Svniors Juniors Soplzomorfs PLEDGES DAVID 0. PUCRETT, JR. . ROBERT N. PRITCHARD J. LUCIAN SMITH . THOMAS M. SVRES . GEORGE H. TODT . NEIL VV. WHITE . 11551 . XVest Point, . . Oxford, . . Sumner, Holly Springs, . Lockhart, . . Tupelo, . XVest Point, . Corinth, . . Tupelo, XVest Point, . . Oxford, . Vicksburg, . XVest Point . Corinth, . Batesville, . XVest Point Holly Springs I . . Tupelo, . Oxford, . XVest Point, . Memphis, . Clarksdale, . Clarksdale, D Miss. Miss. hilss. Miss. S. C. hilss. Miss. Miss. hfiiss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss Miss. Tenn Miss Miss. . . Tupelo, Miss . . . Huron,Ill . VVest Point, . Jackson, . Phoenix . Gulfport, Miss Miss , Ariz Miss Founded 1 844 Colors: Crimson, Old Gold and Azure Flower: Pansy Forty-six Active Chapters CHI CHAPTER Established l850 -za , 2? -.af 4 , 5- -- -1 --i ,'.3' I , fa' fx fa K1 ncadv, Rogmx, Smith, Cam. Cranfmd. Speer. Lockhart. Tindnll, Turner, XV:-lls, Coolev. Fnnmme. Inmon, Klxller. Nloffar, Roberson, Shipman. Smxth, XXYIQQEIN. vs It 'S 'Y- .5 .ai I W 1 , 1 1 I v - , . A . --vi , ,' I x , 'Y- Nxv ""' 92 'Y :ff 0' if A. 5. I me 1 ,vs ..s"' if .XLL XIXI IY 'VUXYN DR. RIIIIIRI' 'l.HRRI'X NIR. l.lll IS PIRRIN- NIR. UI-'ORIQIA' KI-,IIS XII xIIIIfRs IY l'1,XCLI'IN DR. I. XV. lglll MR. C II IRI I-Q llINlIXI.l ROBERT KINCAIIE . LESLIE ROGERS , JOHN A. SMIII1 . XV. S. CAIN . . ROLAND CRANVORII JOHN C. SPEER , GEORGE LOCRH,xR'I' FRANK VIQINDALI, . HOMER TURNER . ERSKINE XVELLS . CHESTER COCKRELI, FRED COOK . CALVIN COOLEIA . CHARLES FONTAINE BYRON INMON . K. C, LEGGE'I"I' . C.-XRI.ISI.E lVlII,I,ER JLILIAN MOFEIIT . LAKE ROBERSON, JR. . XV. S. SIIIPM.-IN . M. G. SMITH . EARL XVIGGERS . 'TIYIT llllZ.XlI4 Srlzimir fzzzzfors S0fF1I01II0l'l'X PLIZIJGES llB7l clllfl-i5Ll1llk' QII'66IIXS'IJlKl, IIIdi:IIIul:I, . CLIIIIOII . Laurel, IIIclifIIIIIl:I, . PoIItOtOc lIIIliaIml Il, . IIICINIII, . JHCIQNIIII, Hnzellmurst Clurkwlule Clzlrksclule, . Puntntuc . Pontotoc, . . Laurel llIlZC'llIlll'NI, , Oxford, Clarkwdale, . JZlClisUI1, Inclianolzl, . Oxford I MLN. Nliks. Slim. MLN. MINN. Nliw. INIINN Miw NIINN lNliNs INIINN. lNlINs. Nliss. INIISN Nliss. Bliss. DIINN. lNIiNN. Bliss. Nllss. lxliss. INIINN. Founded 1847 Colors: Blue and Gold Nine Active Chapters PHI CHAPTER Esfablished I855 .-a-A, I -lb I 2 K2 V4 'af Brock. Hapes Hanes Kexrn. Rxce. Caldwell, Smxth, Wvheat. Jonei. Pant. Clock, Hanen'. Srram Tvxlc' 'lbs -171 'T' 5' 2 52 'af Ang- l ll881 .XLL XINI IN To 1 x . XX X' i..X.lmRxi1Ox I.. lx. limfui l'RwR HAH TY, JR. NYU ll'R MT RPHA .ILIRQTZ lf. 'lf Nlcl-il Rm Dui Muir-x . , A - hu lm. l.UlllR Kliiximzrx ix l'i.XCL'l,TY J. j. LHNOTR AQTTVTQ RIITNIHISRS Sc zzifnxf limioxn Rl'l',Il HROQR , .... XYQA, RAY I,. HAP!-,S . . Gnrdin Grove, Iif:Br:R'i jowis Hiws . . . . Crugyr, C'1,ALlm Lmxia liFIRN . . Cruger, FAU. l,EAClI KIIYIZ . . Mcfmnh, Roxux liN0'l'f RICE . . . . , XYelwb, Cl,Il'H'JRD LAWRENCE SCllL'I,'lZ . . Vickxburg, .fzzzzinrs 'I'T1oMAs Euzaxr C,XI.lJXX'EI,I. . . Kofciufkn, HARRY Emx'ARn SMTTTT . . . jackfmi, ROBERT XVlI.I.l,XM XVHTQAT . . Enid, CARI,1sl.E GASTON joxus . S0fWllOIll0I'l'X . Long Beach, PLEDCES EDKYARIJ BIXYN,-KRD PANT . . Coahoma, NORMAN EARL CLOCK . . , Bryan, JAMES Lewis HAXEY . . Ponrmoc. LLUILIIER LLNA, JR, . . , Xxvlllllllt, CART, DXK'IClIT STRAIN . . . Mimer City, HERMAx EUGEXE TAYLOR . . . Oxford, ll89l M1-A. Calif. Mix-. Nliu. Mi--. Miw Klux-. Min. Blur. Bllwr. Miw. Mixf. Ohio Blief. Bliss. Miss. Nllss. Colors: ll Founded 1852 Cardinal Red and Hunter's Green Flower: Jacqueminot Rose Fifty-two Active Chapters ALPHA CHAPTER Eslablishecl I857 Y Barnett, Carver, Cole-nuan, Drrgkumth. Gardner. Guvton. Hall. Harris. McGee. Olson. Quinn Shelton, Strglcr, Tcnnxson. XYellx. XYwll5OI1. Exedenharn. Butler, Chandler, Irbv. Knox lNlatrhew5. Perrv, Rogers, Shan Srngleton Stephens. E. Yforsham. Brvan. Chancellor Denman Hughes Rgtrls. Tate, Whrbham. Barnett. Beck. Bxedenharnl XV, E., Brandt. Brewer Coates. Cole. Cooke. Cox Delgadxllo. Fearherston. Gerard, Holnman. Krmble, Lopez, Nlayo Nehlr-tt, Patzv. Rerchle, Russell. Sanclrdge. Stephens. H. lVl. Q X ,. , ', gb. A ., l A -.a Q ,. ' I 3 , :I A! A 7.3. :- . P - A r- F . , gr .ak . ' fi ' Y A n C I 1 V ' ' -a 4- 5 A f.. . L W , , - , .. -. 1 - 3 -, Q Q wiv . 5 ' . 4 1 -3 w ', - A ' r -a X .4 wqgf' i i I RA ' . 'wg A-5:2 21 '99, ""- 5, fl? ,I-I ' 4 , - ' e. - r 1 A - 7 f- -7 , . - - fr 'T 1 A. fi! I 1 . f ,., 3 5 6- ,,. Q , I X 1' i A m 3 'N V4 9' lt 3 .. 1. A4 I. .A r - ! ,-4, 6 Q ,Q ' ' 5 A l ! ,. x ,V . I' ' -9 K' A ,Q gr V 2 3 ,Lg if -u g .i ' 4 - , J N 1-' "' 4-A ' . Q -, A 'f 7 1. .4 , '4' +I " f-if , A ' W K .. A t. . ' ,Aff S, " 3-' 7' g .Q Q , 3 "' .. f, ir a .7 '4 - rv - . '- ,J 7 J 1 7 -J' , ' 5 xp! A ' 1 W rr D, .. -' 4 l .' I V a P- . I A R ' ' ' gl ' 'W 4 V. J- 1- -a 1 ' . a -J x A f ., 5 7 - vs f fy l I 1' r ta 1 - 4 I If l 190 I -rf? ,-ff ,nz 1 . Y l Dux- 'li KYRIIR 'luRl5IIIO1I DR li S. Civxzrw HY .XI,l IIINJI IX To liHXNllXKlHl".1l X H llllll IDR .- ' XY, Nl Rui- KlI'xIIT:IfRs IX l- xci I,TY l. K' .-XNIIRTRR R M Civics B. S. GLY TOS LOT ACTI Hl'lllR' I XNHH HYRNI :I JOHN Nlvxwx QXRR!-ll . Iimrv .-XI I I N Coirruxr- , C, Xxillliill DIR RYVORTII JOHN GOI'III CTXRIINIR . III llf XX' GR xi-Y GUY ION DI-xx T, C, KIAIIIRY-I'I.II IDR. ,-X. B. IIfxv.S Xlllli YF KIIQYIIILRS Xxvlll IKM FRRNRI IN CTF! ION TOXIY H-xII, ,lR, , , . , J-xr-IES ,'5xBFRNIE'llH HxRR S . CLYIHI lXlKGEE. ln, , , , St lliflfl' LXXYRPNI IE :Xl FF XNDFR Ol SUN . BRENT FORIT QUINN , . . RORIRT GIII SHVLTON . . JESS QUAIIS STIGLIR. jR. SCOTT TENNYSQN ..,. El'XY"XRIW D. XY'EIIS . . , HYRRY EIILQYR XVILSON . -MIRIES P. BIELEEINHXRN . , QTEORXQE HARRISON BIYTLEII CHARLES XY'II.LllfXM CH'xNI'II,I GEORGF SHIILTJN IRITY , . B,-YNTIR lNllt'H0l SON KNOX , JMR YXIRTTHEYYS .,..., ROBERT EULE PERRY . SHELBY REECE ROGERS . FRED XYILI IAM SHOT '.,. DAYITH BAKER SINGLITON . EDGAR JAVOR STEPHENS . , CLI!-FCRD GRE! N XVORSHIYIRI S l'l fl HNIIRX' HEREUITH BRYAN, JR. IPSTPR lxl-X'JLYCl'l-'kNtl1l,IOR RIVHARD ASHEJRII DENLIRN DANIEL CIYDE HUGHES , . HOLLIS CLIETON R.-YWLS . .AUGUSTUS Hoi MAN TEITE . LEROY XY'ESl,fY XVCRSII,-mi . R0bl-ERT JAMES BIXRNETT . joHN THOMAS BEER .4,. XYXARNER EDSOL BILIHENHRRN JOHN JOSERI-I BRRNDT . , . XYYILLIAIN1 BREWER . , . Hoon REAYES COIXTFS . . Tom HLVNT COLE . . . GNNES LASSABI? CCORE , JAIYIES KYVILLIAIH Cox . , , EPR.-KTM .ALDERTO DELG.ADILI SAM STEXVART FEATHERSTON GUS GERARD . . . . , . . . CHARLES HUNIws HOLM.-xr: RAYMOND V. K'MBLF . JAMES GORMAN LIYPEZ . lVlORTON H,ALL MAYO . , HARRX' EDR'-XRD NERlI'TT . JAMES xY'HlTEXY'AY PATTY , HENRX' C. RE'FHLE . . . NOCK XYTILLIAM RUSSELL . HARRY HILL SANDIDGE, JR. HUGH M1XRlON STEPHENS . .llflljfll-X plm11mrv,v PLEITGES D ll9ll . , Cyiuimlmcl, , fiiawfo ul. Doddsville. , Coliinilms. . CSUIUXDLII1. . . Oxford. . Colurnlala. . XY'e"l'. . . Leland, , Cmiollrnn, . Gicrmsood. . Ruleville. . Gretnville. . Columbus. , Yiclcsluiiyl. . Columbus. . Ynclvcslaiirg. . , Jackson. . lNlcComb. . . Como. New Albam: Nlxssiwippi lxlivimippi lNlIwIsSIppI lxliwiasxppi Nlivissippi Klusissxppi lxlissrasippi lXl'ssIsSIppI lxlississippi lxlississippi Nlnsimippi lxlississippi Nlississippi Mississippi Mississippi Mississippi lNlISSissippi lvlississippi lNliSsisSippi Nlississippi Nlississippi . . . . . lvloline. Illinois , . . . Rienzi. lxlississippi New Helaron, luississippi . . . , Davenport, Iowa , H3fllESl'Ul'g. New Albanv. . . Gorinrlw. . . jackson. Miiissippi Nlisissippi Nlississippi lvlississippi . . . lxlacon, Mississippi . Greenwood, . . COflnfh . . . Columbia. . Grecnwrod. . , Corinth. . Gl'CCnM'OCd. . . Ruleville. , X'YlC"SbUI'g. lxlissifsippi Nlississippi Misfissippi Nlississippi lxlississippi Mississippi Mississippi TXIISSISSIPPI Cape Girax deau, lNlISs0urI . Greenwood , Nlississippi . , lK'lemphIs, Tennessee New' Allaanv, . Coffeeville. . Columbus, Neir' Albam' . . . . lVla:or1. . Grenada, . Carrollton, Nlississippi Nlississippi Nlississippl Nlissiisippi Mississippi Nlississippi Nlisfissippi . Greenville. Nlississippi . . . Biloxi . . Hattiesburg. lxloipan Citv. Nlississippi Nlissifsippi lxlifsissippi Biglwc Vallev. lxlississippi . . Cnfumkus, Mississippi , Ac':erman, Nlississippi . . Lvnchbu rg. Virginia New Allwanv, Nlississlppi Founded 1855 Colors: Blue and Old Gold Flower: White Tea Rose Ninety-six Active Chapters ETA CHAPTER Es+ablisl'Ied l857 - -4- 3 EA WMA CHAPTER Callender. Donald. Flv, Herron Jordon C. Keye. Murphree Xvheless. XX" dliff B , . . . . ' oo 1 , ridgeforth, Cook. V.. DelVliller, Gardner, T. Gilliam, Holmes, Johnson. L., Olden. Payne, Rogers. Shell, Spencer. Taylor, Vvilliams. C.. XVC-od. Alliston. Alsop, Anderson. Cooke, Dunlap. Guyton, Harper. Johnson. P., Nelson. Quinn, Xvilkinson. Ballard. Becker. Black, Cater, Cook. R., Dow. Ellis. Flovd, Foster. Gardner. A.. Gardner. Gill. Hardin lHarrodl. Hardin fHowelll, Holmes. M.. Howell, Jordon, J., McManus, Montgomery. Roberts, Shelton, D., Steinhauer, Nvilliams, T.. Wfright. J T i 4' 0 W- 'f ag Q- ' V' 1' T Q .ef 1' . :' 4 ,ul J V X . 4, . - 9 ' a A .3 K r 5 Q, Q' Q: . ,A ., V f' HS i " "' ' , t 5? Q 5 . 1 , 1 ' ,ev , 5 i '9 -" F9 " 'A ,Q 4-1 I J . ' fr I- r' ' - "' -f 1 i' 1 ' - 5 6 ,, 3. 'J , 9 1 is A In A . 51' .'. l x la- ' V 7 i, ' Q A A , ' 2, , G 6 ll' J f X , F , ,, is A-3 'P Q, 5 8 .A , , J , . - "' i '1 ""' 1' '7 Y", A Z , , , . , . GF is 3 ' , 2 . r " "4 x Q. Sf.. fl '-2 w -L A V-9 - v .-. , ,7 ' X' 8 -V 3 3 I . I 4 in '71 'J . 5 , ' f 37 'Q' xx ll92l -IC MA ALPH A EPSILGN fXl.L'NlNl IN TOWN XV. l.. ARCIIIRAID pHlI.I.Il' CARNNIIIAN CARI. COERS J. XV. T. FALKNER JOHN FALRNLR vcvll LIAM FAI RNI R XY' ' . N. l.I1vIII. JUDGE LEM QRLDIIXF-l CHARLES JORDON . RICHARD KEYE . . TOM GARDNER . ALEX GILLIAM . ALEX PAYNE . . . J. XV. T. FALKNER, IV R. L. SUI.LIvAN TXIEMBERS IN FACFLTY DR. D. H, BISHOP MR. JEEI2 HAMM DR. A. B. BUTTS DR. J. J. lvl.-X'l'TlflEXV5 MR. XV. C. TROTTER :ACTIVE RIEMBERS Srniors CLAUDE CAI.I.ENIIIIz . ..... . Edwards. Mississippi JOHN SHARP DON.Al,lJ . . . . Jackson, MISSiSSiPPi ROBERT DLVNN .... . H3Yfl955UfS- MiSSiSSiPPi HENRX' FLY ..., . . Jackson, Mississippi CHARLES HERRON . . . . Canton. Mississippi . . Columbia, Mississippi . . . Rockford, Illinois TOM MURPHREE . , . . . Jackson, Mississippi JULIAN XVHELESS . . . Hattiesburg. Nlississippi GEORGE WVOODLIFF . . ....... . . Jackson, Nlississippi Jznziors WVALTER BRIDGEEORTH . ..,.. . Yazoo City. Mississippi VIRGIL COOK .... . . Oxford. Mississippi EDDIE DEMILLER . , . . Biloxi, Mississippi . Gulfport, Mississippi . Clarlzsdale. Mississippi CLARK HOLMES . . , Hernando, Mississippi LEE XV. JOHNSON . . . Columbia. Nlississippi SAM OLDEN, JR. . . . . Yazoo City, Mississippi . . Bolton, Mississippi SHIRRE1. ROGERS . . . . Terre Haute. Indiana DAN SHELL . . , GEORGE SHELTON . STEPHENS SPENCER . OLIN TAYLOR .... CHARLES xVlLLlAMS . CLYDE WOOD .... WILEY' ALLISTON . . JAMES ALSOP .... XVILLIAM ANDERSON LUCIEN COOKE . . . TOMMY DUNLAP . ARTHUR GUYTON . HILLIARD HARPER . . . . . . . . . . . . Wfoodville, Soplzollzorrs PAUL B. JOHNSON, JR. . FRED NELSON .... TIMS QUINN . . . . RICHARD XVILKINSON BOBBY BALLARD . . JOHN BECKER . . FRANK BLACK . . WILSON CATER . ROBERT COOK . . ROB Dow . . ELON ELLIS . TOM FLOYD . . . GEORGE FOSTER . ALBERT GARDNER . . JOHN GARDNER . . FRANCIS GILL . , HARROD HARDIN . HOWELL HARDIN . . MILLER HOLMES . JOE HOWELL . PAT JOHNSON . JACK JORDON . . . BOBBY MCMANUS . BILLY MONTGOMERY . NICK ROBERTS . . . DICK SHELTON . . . STUART STEINHAUER TOMMY WILLIAMS . JOHN WRIGHT . . . PLEDGES . Okolona. Mississippi . Olcolona, Mississippi . . Red Lick, Nlississippi . . Senatobia, Mississippi . Okolona, Mississippi Mississippi . . . Jackson, Mississippi . Cruger, Mississippi . Okolona. Mississippi . Hernando, Mississippi . Olcolona, Mississippi . . . Oxford, Mississippi . . Greenwood, Mississippi . Hattiesburg, Mississippi . . Jackson, Mississippi . Louise, Mississippi . . Jackson. Mississippi . . . Tupelo, Mississippi . . Jackson, Mississippi . Okolona. Mississippi . . Jackson, Mississippi . Oxford, Mississippi . . Canton. Mississippi . . Jackson. Mississippi . . . Como, Mississippi . . Okolona, Mississippi . Yazoo City, Mississippi . . . Gulfport, Mississippi . , . Gulfport, Mississippi . Calhoun City, Mississippi , Calhoun City, Mississippi . Yazoo City, Mississippi . . . Egypt. Mississippi . Hattiesburg, Mississippi . . Columbia, Mississippi . . . Gulfport, Mississippi , . Yazoo City, Mississippi . . Yazoo City, Mississippi . Clarlcsdale, Mississippi ll93l . . . Denver, Colorado . . . Jackson, Mississippi . Hernando, Mississippi Founded 1856 Colors: Royal Purple and Gold Flower: Violet One Hundred and Eight Active Chapters GAMMA CHAPTER Esiablisliecl I866 sl J. ,Emi 1 x . 561 1 -3 i , Q 1 35' .4 3 3 0 7 N I 1 'Y ALPHA CHAPTER Hamilton, Currie. Everett. Fair, E. L., Forman, Galbreath. Hand. Jackson, Nlagruder, R., lVlcLean, blounger. Parker. Pattv. Portwood, Shands, Sherman, Xvall, Adams. Clayton, De- Loach, Fair. C.. Hlx. Pope, Roseborough, Nl., Thomas, Baker, Brooks, Crawley. Gardner, Handv Lanev Pettev Rust Bucklev, Buford, Catchings, Chestnut. Cocke, Gillespie. Glen. Gras: XV.. Cray, Ri Auililardv, Haxron. Nlagruder. T., Roseborough, Ross, Stevens, Xving, Vfitty, W'oodward, Hammond. . in if --4' f. .Q 1- 3- I ' 'J' ,ir ,Q x- -3 fri 4 C ' i D. X7 A we I . , I! , X 'D a"A :E "- . .3 . 17 .3 , 4. I. , 9 'n 1 'Q 3 Q la W 9 ' '. 9 r,-sf P , . , . - P -,-Q 4 ii' 3 . 3 1 f K fn? M ll9-ll PHI DE LTA Ti I ETA ALIWINI IN TOWN DR. J. G. I.ll.V MR. XVIII. LEWIS AIEXIBER IX F.xcL'LTY C. O. SMALLING ACTIVE IXIEKIBERS G I'I1111ll1fI'5 JAMES DAVID TILLMAN HAMILTON . . . . Meridian, Mississippi XYTILLIAM PERKINS JOHNSON . . . . Senatobia, Mississippi Sfniors JAMES HEFTOR CURRIE. III . . GEORGE ALEXANDER EVERETT . EUGENE LOVE FAIR ..... RICHARD BRENT FORMAN, JR. . JACK QUINTUS GALBREATH . . JAMES ROBERT HAND .... CLAUDE ADEN JACKSON . . . ROBERT WIALTER MAGRUDER . GEORGE HITE MCLEAN ..... . WVILLIAM HARRIS MOUNGER, JR PERCY FRAND PARKER ..... JACK STEPHENS PATTY .... ROBERT DANDRIDGE PORTXVOOD . . . WILLIAM NUGENT SHANDS . . JOHN THOMAS SHERMAN, JR. . ROBERT WILSON WALL, JR. . Juniors BENJAMIN CHINN ADAMS, JR. STEWART CLAYTON ...... JOHN WEBB DELOACH . . . CHARLES DICKSON FAIR . . . EMMANUEL I-IAWKES Hix, JR. . ALLAN PORTER POPE ..... MORGAN GARROTT ROSEBOROUGH VIRGIL WAKEFIELD THOMAS, JR Soplzonzorfs WILLIAM GEORGE BAKER, JR. . MILTON MANNING BROOKS . DAVID ERHRAIM CRANWLEY, JR. THOMAS RAMAGE ETHRIDGE . JOSEPH EGGLESTON GARDNER . . GEORGE STUART HAND1', JR. . FRANK MILLER LANEY, JR. . JOHN HILLIARD PETTEY, JR. . WVILLIAM EVANS RUST, JR. . PL EDGES WM. CLARENCE BUCKLEY, JR. . THOMAS CARNES BUFORD . . . WALTER LEE CATCHING, JR. . D. O. CHESTNUT, JR. . . . EDWIN WESLEY COCKE, JR. . . SID GILLESPIE, JR. . . . . JOE ADAM GLEN ..... JAMES WILLIAM GRAY, III . . REGINALD ARTHUR GRAY, JR. . JOHN ALLISON HARDY, JR. . . RICHARD KENNETH HAXTON, JR. THOMAS DANIEL MAGRUDER . . . . ROBERT GARROTT ROSEBOROUGH HARVEY TURNER ROSS .... EDMOND MILLER STEVENS . ALLIE GRESHAM WING, JR. . FRED WITTY, JR ........ CLAUDE JACKSON WOODWARD . THOMAS TAYLOR HAMMOND . . ll95.l . . Greenville, . . . Clarksdale, , Nleridian, Mississippi . Indianola, Mississippi . Louisville, Mississippi . . Natchez, Mississippi . . Memphis, Tennessee . Cleveland, Mississippi . Kosciusko, Mississippi Port Gibson, Mississippi . . Blaine, Mississippi . . Winona. Mississippi . Canton, Mississippi . . . Shaw. Mississippi Greenwood, Mississippi . . Jackson. Mississippi . Nieridian, Mississippi . Boyle, Mississippi . . Grenada. Mississippi . . Tupelo. Mississippi Greenwood, Mississippi . Louisville. Mississippi . . Jackson. Mississippi . , . . Moline, Illinois Greenwood, Mississippi . . Boyle, Mississippi . . Winona, Mississippi . Louisville, Mississippi . Kosciusko, Mississippi . . Oxford, Mississippi Greenwood. Mississippi . . Natchez. Mississippi , . Tupelo, Mississippi Greenwood, Mississippi . Clarksdale, Mississippi . . Jackson, Mississippi . Glarksdale, Mississippi . Cleveland, Mississippi . . . Atlanta, Georgia Hudsonville, Mississippi . Itta Bena. Mississippi . . Winona, Mississippi . . Dublin, Mississippi Hattiesburg, Mississippi . Columbus, Mississippi Mississippi Port Gibson, Mississippi . Senatobia, Mississippi Mississippi West Point, Mississippi . Brooklyn, New York Greenwood, Mississippi . Kosciusko, Mississippi . . Atlanta, Georgia X.. t'."r' S'.""r.ws3in..ia1:n" -ISTZU' Founded 1848 Colors: Azure and Argent Flower: White Carnation One Hundred and Eight Active Chapters ALPHA CHAPTER Esiablished I877 l f I A- A' J., , BETA BETA CHAPTER Carlson, Cassedv, Conner, Pmrer, Roumavxlle, Smith. Briico, Carlton Dale, Sugg. XVhirten. Avcock, Bennett. Burnett. Dale. Davis. Dobbs, Gustafson. Henrv, Hudson. Ingram, Johnstone, Smnth, Stapleton, Stauss, Xvillcerson, Yelverton. '17 Q 19 Q.-y 'T Q . .I . ' , fg,..,, - iffy' ffl' Q' 1 T' Y-S :Q if xx . V-3 -ft l lflbl BET, THETA ALVAINI IN VFOXYN DAVID Ilucnizs jxm-.s blCCI.I'RI-. jonw blCCR.XllY Ricn.xRD INIECL1 Rli j. K. RAMEY M IZMBIERS IN FACLLTY blk-IOR IIL'Cn M. EVANS DR. All-'REIJ llL'MF XVEBB BURKE :ACTIVE IXIEBIBIQRS Sz'11im'K XXVARREN L. CARLSON . . . . . XVn.l.1AM P. CAssEDx' RICHARD E. CONNER . Blu. PORTER .... ROBERT RoL'NsAvn.r.E . D.B.SM1'rn . . . Juniors LAWRENCE H. BRISCO . S1DNEx' C. CARIJION . . JOHN S. DALE . . . SAM Sum: . . . JOHN XVIIITTEN . PLEDGES JAMES F. ZXYCOCK . .... . GARDNER BENNETT . . FORREST HALL ISURNEV1' . HAROLD A. DALE . . ED P. DAVIS .... SOLON CARTER Doses . . . BURNELL GUS1'.AFSON .... . ARN'lNE Nl.-XRCELLUS HENRY, III . G. C. HLIIDSON, JR. . . . . Bn.1A' JACK INGRAM . . CARI, JOHNSTONE, -IR. . . GORDON LEE Smrru . . HENRY Co'r1'REr.i. STAPLETON HANS-li.-IRL S'1'Auss . . . . . STEVE VVILKERSON .... BUFORD VERDELI. YEr,x'ER'roN , ll97I Ill . . . Rockford, Ill. . Brookhaven, Miss. . Vicksburg, bliss . Pattison, Miss. . Corleeville, bliss . bleridian, Miss . . XVinona, New Albany, . . Prentiss, Calhoun City, . . Cascilla, Calhoun City . bleridian, . Charleston . . Prentiss, . Horn Lake Calhoun City . . Oxford, New Haven, Calhoun City Bay St. Louis, Calhoun City . . . Sidon, . . Clinton, Port Gibson, . . . Lula, Bay Springs v 1 1 I bliss bliss bliss bliss bliss bliss bliss Miss Miss. bliss Miss Miss Conn bliss bliss Miss Miss Miss Miss bliss bliss. Founded 1 839 Colors: Pink and Blue Flower: Pink Rose Eighty-eight Active Chapters BETA BETA CHAPTER Established l879 it x Q-1 'X . . . Pl CHAPTER Holder, Reed, Swarrzfager, Xvallace, Dixon, McLeod, Tipton. Hopkins, Michel. Barnes, Wash- ington, Buchanan, Hendrick, Hudak, Hummel, Kellum, Lauderdale, Nichols. Rush, Williams, A, CN Xvilliams, S., Xvilliams, T. B. 'Y li O 'Q 'U ll98l fDELTA TAII DELTA :XCTIVE M EAIBERS Seniors OXYEN TURNER HOLDER, JR. . XVILLI.-XM CLEVELAND REED, JR. . JAMES HARRISON SXVARTZFACER . HEXX'l'l'T XVALTON XVAI.I.ACE . Juniors ERNEST ARCHIBALD DIXON, JR. . OTHMA LAEAx'ETIsE XICLEOD JULIUS ROBINSON TIPTON, JR. Sojmhonzores LOUIE HENDERSON HOPKINS . JOSEPH YVALTER lNllCHEL, II . JOSEPH CASSIDY XVASHINGTON, JR. . PLEDGES JAMES LOTT BARNES . . . BEN BREV.-XRD BUCHANAN, JR. FRANK DECATUR FURLON' . . JAMES GILBERT HENDRICK . JOSEPH ROBERT HUD.-KK . . ROBERT KESSLER HUMMEL . HENRX' JACKSON KELLUM, JR. JOSEPH ELI LAUDERDALE . . JAMES EDWARD NICHOLS . JAMES ROY RUSH . . . A. COOPER YVILLIAMS, JR. . JOHN SHARP XVILLIAMS, IV . THOMAS BROWN XVILLIAMS, JR. . ll99l . Corinth, . Jackson, . Laurel, . Biloxi, . . Ynion, . Pascagoula, . Hernando, . . Lula, . Jackson, Bliss. Miss. MIss. Nliss. hfliss. Miss. Bliss. lxfliss. Miss. . Memphis, Tenn. . Vicksburg, . Houston, . Jackson, . .... Lena, Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Bayonne, New Jersey . . . VVarren, . Tupelo, . Hernando, . Vicksburg, Philadelphia, . . Philadelphia, . . Jackson, . . Philadelphia, Ohio lxll5S. Miss. hfliss. Nliss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Founded 1859 Colors: Purple, White and Gold Flower: Pansy Seventy-four Active Chapters Pl CHAPTER Established l884 ALPHA UPSILQN NHAPTER Crisler, Gates, B., Gates. R,. Horne. lVlcl.ean. Penix. Rogers. Stevens. Veazey, Childress Dickson, Gleason. Lauderdale. lNlooxe. Nevxlle. Pigford, lNl. L.. Pxgford. Nl. A.. Robertson Simpson, Taylor. Alford. Atkinson. Bradlev. Kennon, North. Alexander, Allen, Andrews Bullock, Casrilow, George. Gordon. Gullev, Hldmger. Hoplcms, Johnston, lVlcCarty, Mont gomery, E,, Nlontgomerv. lNl.. North. Rogers. Ross, Sxmpson. Singley. 193 .V 2 'I ,T 3 - 'Y vg' x 2 iz 'nh A. at 4 .. .a .4 . L. A' 7 -7 Q-9 -.1 -5 I -C, V r if 3 . ' , Q gy. , ' -1 Q , i A 'Z i ' .1 " l 54 -7 vt . ,f 'I ' 1 v 1, 9 . 'ga ' 'Bfffs . 'I 1 r . N 1 ev t- -,1 ' ,. - -V L b U V '1 f N 9 fs 43 Z " Q Q 5 ' j Q' "' ' .7 I K 9 . rf. - , r-5 QQ fbi '- QI 'Q .,.,, l zool K A P PA A LP l J A ALUMNI IN TOWN lull. FRANK PURSER JOIIN LEE GAINEY AIEMRER IN FACULTY DR. XV. L. KVNNON DR, GEORGE NlCiiOI,SON ACTIVE NIEDIBERS Svniors JULIUS CRISLER . . BILLY GATES . . . . RODNEY PUTNAM GATES . THOMAS GASTON HORNE . . . JACK MCDILL . . . DAVID WILLIAIvi MCILEAN . . JOE HUDSON PENIX FRED M. ROGERS . . PHINEAS STEVENS . W. C. XVHITE . . . FLETCHER FRANKLIN . Flora, . Jackson, . Jackson, Nieridian . Jackson Meridian . Jackson . Portersville VEAZFY . . Juniors . Jackson . Canton Coldwater, EDWARD BRADLEY CHILDRESS . . ARCHIE LEWIS DICKSON, JR. . DAVID CHARLES GLEASON . JAMES ABNER LAUDERDALE . JOHN LAUTHLIN MOORE . . . WM. DEBERNIERE NEVILLE . . MALCOLM LEON PIGEORD .... MAURICE ARNOLD PIGFORD, JR. . GAVAN CARSON ROBERTSON . . . EUGENE HOOKER SIMPSON, JR. . SWEP TAYLOR ......... Sophonzores JAMES LOUIS ALEORD . . GEORGE ATKINSON .... JOSEPH CLIFTON BRADLEY . . . SUMMEREIELD SYRES KENNON . . LINTON DARDEN NORTH . . . PLEDOES HUGH ALLEN ALEXANDER . . BILLY MARTIN ALLEN . . . JAMES PALMER ANDREWS . ALEX BREYER ...... WALTER EARLE BULLOCK . . HOWARD GRADY CASTILLOW . . WM. EDWARD CLANCY , . . RICHARD GEORGE .... JOHN HOWARD GORDON . . LEE RUSSELL GULLEY . . . LEROY LEMAYNE HIDINGER . . OLIVER SIDNEY HOPKINS . . JAMES COLLINS JOHNSTON . . . JOSEPH COFFEE MCCARTY .... EDMUND VVARREN MONTGOMERY . MALCOLM BAILEY MONTGOMERY . . ROYAL EARLY NORTH ....... EUGENE VUILLARD ROGERS . BILLY M. Ross ....... FRANCIS HEARTLX' SIMPSON . DAN SINGLEY ....... l 201 'I . Flora , Jackson . Nleridian, . Jackson, . Scooba, . Meridian , . . Laurel, . Meridian, . . Jackson , . . Jackson, . Jackson, . McComb, . . Pickens, , . Belzoni , . Oxford, . . Belzoni , Greenville, . Maywood, . Memphis, . Meridian, . Columbia, Greenville, . . Jackson, . . Macon, . . Belzoni, Brookhaven, . Memphis, . Hickory, . . Benton, . . Jackson, Yazoo City, Yazoo City, . . Belzoni, Porterville, . Memphis, . Meridian, . Meridian, I Mississippi Mississippi Mississippi Mississippi Mississippi Mississippi Mississippi Mississippi Mississippi Mississippi Mississippi Mississippi Mississippi Mississippi Mississippi Mississippi Mississippi Mississippi Mississippi Mississippi Mississippi Mississippi Mississippi Mississippi Mississippi Mississippi Mississippi Mississippi Mississippi Tennessee Mississippi Mississippi Mississippi Mississippi Mississippi Mississippi Mississippi Tennessee Mississippi Mississippi Mississippi Mississippi Mississippi Mississippi Mississippi Tennessee Mississippi Mississippi Founded 1865 Colors: Crimson and Gold Flower: Magnolia and Red Rose Sixty-eight Active Chapters ALPHA UPSILON CHAPTER Esiablished I900 DELTA Xl CHAPTER Bearden, Hoyle. Kuykendall. lNlorgan, Newton. Simpson, Barnes, Cherry, Ecldins, Hall NIOFYISOH, Sharpe. Stocks. Glazier. Havles. Litton, Rollins, Brown, Cook. Crisler, Cunningham Deitrlch. Dietz. Ellis, Hamilton. Kev. Latham. lNlahonev. lNlcKenzle, Nlxller. Roper, Spain Stapleton. nrt' Q fd 1. , ,.' vi-'-2, " 1,2 S. U13 3' Q 'J fb 1 I Q 'IP YJ .' 913, .5 a xiii X fixvi l202 1 .AF 4 .ay KAPPA SIGMA ALCAINI IN TOWN BAXTER Rl.l,lOT'I' IRA L. lNl0RG.'kN I REY. VV. R. LOTT ROBERT SMALIXSUUIJ RIENIBERS IX FACLLTY DR. J. C. CLILLEY P. K. lNlCCAR'l ER Il. M. MORSE .ACTIVE RIEMBERS XVILLIAM ELLIS BEARIJEN PAL'L HOYLE . . . . Selzfors JOHN lNlCCl..-AIN KL'YKENDAI.I. , EDDIE lWACK MORGAN . ROBERT STEPHEN NEVVTON PAUL QLIINN .... JOEL .ALI-'ORD SIMPSON, JR. TIIEOIDORE ALBERT SMITH Juniors JAMES AODISON :ALEXANDER . . . GEORGE SPENCER BARNES JAMES ALBERT CHERRY . VVALTER D. COLEMAN . JOSEPH ALBERT EDDINS . PARKER HALI ..... ERNEST EDWARD MORRISON VVILLI.-AMS LYONS SH.-XRPE ARCX'I.E TAYLOR STOCKS . Soplzomorfs HERMAN COXVAN CSL.-XZIER JOHN VVINSTON HAYLES, JR. . RAMON THOMAS LITTON . ROBERT ROLLINS . . . JAMES H. BROWN . T. A. COOK . . . C. VV. CRISLER .,.. VV. RILEY CUNNINOHAM JACK DEITRICH . . . CHARLES F. DIETz . ROBERT S. ELLIS . . HENRX' HAMILTON . BEN GI.IN'ER KEY . J. M. LATHAM .... GEO. ALBERT MAHONEY . BERT MCKENZIE . . . R. VV. MII.LER . R. M. MOORE . JACK ROPER . . E. D. SPAIN . . . ROBERT STAPLETON . DAY'E G. VVETTLIN . PLEDG ES l2D31 . . Okolona, . Itta Bena, . Charleston , Moorhead, . VViggins, VVater Valley, . Xviggins . . Tchula . Jackson . Bel zoni, . Vlliggins, . Natchez, . Rosedale, . Tunica, . Meridian . Corinth, . Baldwyn, Clarksdale, . Cleveland, . . Shaw, Hattiesburg, . Charleston, . Booneville, . Jackson, . Booneville, v I n u I Miss Miss. lN1iss lVIi-s Bliss Miss. lN1xss. Miss. Nliss. lN1Iss. Miss. Miss. Nliss. lWIss. Nliss. Miss. Nliss. Miss. Miss. Bliss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. , . Chicago, Ill. Clarksdale, . . Drew, Shuqualak, . Meridian, . Okolona, . Clarksdale, . . Okolona, . Meridian, . Prichard, . Saltville, Booneville, . . Tunica, Santa Anna, Miss. Miss. lN1iss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss Miss. Niiss. Miss. Miss. Nliss. Calif. Founded 1869 Colors: Scarlet, Green and White Flower: Lily of the Valley One Hundred and Nine Active Chapters DELTA Xl CHAPTER Esfablished I926 DELTA Pal CHAPTER Bates, Bowling. Blame. Caulfield, Rowe, TH Sanford, Tatum, Prospere. Xvhavne. Conyers Emerson, Prlce, Bulloch. Estes, Kxmmons, Parr, Posey, v 4 O!! T3 '-' 'Jfp M -er-Q l 204 I 4 Royce, R., Xxlalker, Vanderlyn. "3 .J fALPHA TAU OMEOA R. X. XVILL1.-AMS XVRICHT PATTOX RIENIBERS IN FACULTY DR. ECGERE V. BRAMLETI' DR. A. XV. lYill.DEN COACH CLAUDE M. SMITH EUGENE BATES . . FRANCIS S. BOWLING OLLIE D. BRAME . BARRON CAULFIELD . THOMAS L. ROYCE . HARTLEH' SAREORO . JULIAN R. TATUM . CLARENCE PROSPERE MERCER VVHAYNE . DEXYALIN CONTERS . JAMES XV. EMERSON JOHN J. PRICE . . JOE BULLOCH . . EARL Es'rEs . . . GEORGE KIMMONS . Q. MARTIN PARR . F. M. POsEY . . ROBERT ROTCE . JAMES STEVVART . Louis TRANSOU . WM. WALKER . . ROBERT VANOERLTN AACTIVE RIENIBERS Seniors Juniors Sophomorcfs PLEDGES l205fl . . Liberty, . . Newton, . . Madison, VVater Valley, . . . Isola, . Itta Bena, . . Meridian, . VVashington, . . Lepanto, . Newton, . . Gulfport, . Meridian, . . Brandon, Blue Mountain, . . Oxford, . Ckolona, . Oxford, . . Isola, . Jackson, . Jackson, . Meridian, . New York 1 lNllss. M' A ISE. lNI1ss. Miss. Miss. Bliss. Miss. Nliss. Ark. Miss. lNliss. Miss. lNlfss Miss Nliss Miss Miss Miss Bliss Miss. Miss N. Y Founded 1865 Colors: Blue and Gold Flower: White Tea Rose Ninety-five Active Chapters DELTA PSI CHAPTER Established I927 Q Z' 1" gp,- XLPHA LA VXBDA CHAPTER Garner, Busbv. A., Dabbs. Hull. Porter, Xviggrns, Canfield, Henry. Nlccracken. Nlccormick, Collins, Frxend. Griffin, Bonds, Bonner. Busbv, P.. Estes, Russell, Tubbs. Umfress, Warren. A 1 4? lk, An.. l206l 5 KAPPA Plsll Al.l'NlNl IN TOWN M. E. DUOLEY J. B. li.KlIlRlf2ll'l' SOULE lNlCEl.ROY AIENIBER IN FACULTY DR. JAMES R. SIMMS, JR. ACTIVE M EMBEKS Gradzmlc ONYX G.-XRNER . , Pontotoc, Svniors ARTHUR GEORGE BUSBY . . XVayneshoro, JESSE JOSEPH DABBS . . Shannon, JOI-IN TlI.LIS HILL . . . . Laurel, VVILLIAM MARTIN PORTER . Tylertown, RUEUS RANDOLPH NVIGOINS . . Kewenee, Juniors JAMES ALBERT CANFIELD . Collins, GOLDIE RICE HENRY . . . . Darling, ERNEST VVATTER lNlCCRACKEN . . . Hughes, KIRK XVHITEHEAD lNlCCORMlCK . . Yazoo City, Sophomorcs DURVYARD TI-IEODORE COLLINS . . Shannon, JOE NELMS FRIEND . . . Sardis, BILLIE SAM GRIFFIN . . . Meridian, PLEDGES JAMES XVALRER BONDS . . Holly Springs, JAMES VVHITMORE BONNER . . . Crandell, PAUL MILLER BUSBY . . . VVaynesboro, CLAUDE HUTCIIINS ESTES Blue Mountain, PRENTIS TERRELL RUSSELL . Yazoo City, DOUGLAS BIDDY TUBES . . Smithville, JAMES CLEVE UMFRESS . . . Helena, XVANDELL SVYAYZE WARREN . Yazoo City, l207l MIss. Miss Miss Nliss Miss Miss Bliss Miss Ark Nliss Bliss Nliss Miss Miss Miss Miss Nliss Miss Miss. Ark Miss Founded 1904 Colors: Gold and White Flower: Red Rose Forty-two Active Chapters ALPHA LAMBDA CHAPTER Esiablished l927 I-...C 1 X , I. EPSILQN Xl CHAPTER Ainsworth. Conner, Funchess. lNlcFarland, Nloore, Sherman, P., Wfatkins, Conway, Gilliland. lN1dVIahen, XValker. Anderson, Cooper, Ellis, Gregory, Russell, Stroble. Brock 119195, Brock 11 3 ' -' ' im , Clark, Dollahite, Fublcman. Katzenmever, Melvin, Newton, Pastorius, Quinn, Sherman, H., Thomason, Wfallace. Wfesterheld. --cp I I tv L., F41 'M I A . ' ,,.f ai ' f 3. fi . nf , l 208 1 Q l C1 15X ll .ACTIVE HIEMBERS JOIIN VAI, AINSWORTH JOHN XV. CONNER . ROY S. FUNCHESS, JR. JOE ALEX lN1CF.KRI..-XND B. IRBY MOORE . . PRESCOTT A. SHERMAN JOHN W. XVATKXNS . JACOB B. CONWAY . VVILSON B. GILLILAND VVILLIAM A. MCMAHEN THOMAS VVALKER . . GEORGE ANDERSON . GEORGE E. COOPER . ERNEST EDWARD ELLIS JOHN ROY GREGORX' . EVERETT M. RUSSELL RALPH LEO STROBLE . JEP BROCK . JIM BROCK . . . TALMADGE CLARK . STEELE DOLLAHITE . DONALD FEIBLEMAN . BRENT KATZENMEYER MARION IVIELVIN . . VVILLXAM NEXS'TON . ROBERT PASTORIUS . DAVID QUINN . . HAROLD SHERMAN . JAMES THOMASON . FRED WALLACE . . EARLE VVESTERFIELD . Seniors Juniors Sofnlzomores PLEDGES l209l Bay Springs, . McComb, . . Osyka, Bay Springs, . Oakland . 1N1cCOmlJ, . Quitman, . Tupelo, . . Nesbitt . . Union . Meridian, Vicksburg, . Senatobia, VVaynesbOro, . . Tupelo Starkville, . Meridian, . McComb, . MCCOIUb, . Rome, . Oakland . Vicksburg, Vicksburg, . Camden, . Drew, . Orange, Greenwood, . McComb, Charleston, . Oakland . Columbia v T 1 v I y v bliss. lNiIss. lkfliss. Niiss. Miss. Niiss. Miss. Miss Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Conn Miss Miss Miss. Miss Miss Founded 1869 Colors: Black, White and Gold Flower: White Rose One Hundred Active Chapters EPSILON XI CHAPTER Esiablished l927 I CIAMINMX lQTA CHAPTER Alford, l... Anderson. Ball, Christian, Copeland, Cox, Ervin, Grice. Harris, Jennings. C.. lVlcCormick, Neill. Vance, XV., Bass. Crowder. Gilbert, Guice. Horton. F., Horton. H.. King. Pennington. Tate, Tatum. F.. Travlor, Vance, L.. Wagner, NVilliams, E., XVood, Burks. Causev. Daniels. Page, Peters. Thigpen. XY'estbrook. Nvilliams. L.. Abernatlw, Alford. G.. Brown. Campbell. Carvin. Weaver, Cole, Collier, Covington. Dulce, Edwards, Gurney Hopkins. Jennings. D.. Johnston, lN'lcArthur, lNlcCommon. lVlorris, Noel, Pearson. Truly Tatum. H. ' , 7' t ' fl' ', -'P . ' V I Q 'A1 x "' , 9 19 It , -3- 1 A1 ,f -Q .1 Q. . av '."" : ' 6 ,r 3 . WP 'H ' "' j' Q7! -' , 7 ig, , . M 3 A e , t I 3 nf-' 1, , '. 3 .M 4 4 if ,I 3,1 4 Q . I . 'R ls , .. 4 Q ' 3, ,, ,- . 5 5 4? , 94 1? i Q " -Q ev , 3' 'ag 'Q ,W , Q -A ' . 4 ' - ', N' "' 'f ff C 1 -r " -4 A L 3 Yi 1' 5 'W 3 , 'U , J , . J ' X Q, I i i' , I 5 , 5 ' 2 3 it -'if' ', Q ' 3! 9 ' is A ' . 13. " I llldl K NFPA A LW lA TALIJNINI IN TOWN SICOTT BI.Ar'K EIIDII' KNIGHT JAc:K GORIDON C. E. SLOUGII KIENIBERS IN FACLITY T. A. BICKERSTAFF DR. L. D. AEFRNATHY ,ACTIVE RIEMBIERS Svniors VUILEUR ABFRNATIIX' LEE ALFORD .... D. M. ANDERSON . ROBERT BALL .... SH.ANNoN CHRISTIAN H. I. COPELAND . . LEON Cox .... JULIAN ERVIN . LUTHER GRICE . . AUBREY HARRIS . CLAUDE JENNINGS . BOB MCCORMICK . BEN MCCOY . . EUGENE NEILL . WILLIAM VANCE . RAY BASS ..... HERMAN CROWDER . BILLY GILBERT . CLAUDE GUICE . FRANK HORTON . HURD HORTON . SIM KING ..... ROBERT PENNINGTON EDWIN TATE .... FRANK TATUM . . . CHARLES TRAYLOR . LEROY VANCE . . . SAM WAGNER . . E. B. WILLIAMS . JAMES WOOD . . L. A. WYATT . CLEVE BURKS . BRUCE CAUSEY . . JOE DANIELS . FRANK PAGE . . . NATHAN PETERS . . TATE THIGPEN . . . ALONZO WESTBROOK LAMPTON WILLIAMS MERRILL ABERNATHY GRIFFIN ALFORD . . LUTHER BROWN . . JULIAN CAMPBELL . CYRIL CARVIN . . TOM COLE . . Bon COLLIER . . . JOHN COVINGTON . HOMER DUKE . JAMES EDWARDS . BILL GURNEY . . ARVAH HOPKINS . . DOUGLASS JENNINGS PERCY JOHNSTON . . JAMES MCARTHUR . JAMES MCCOMMON . TED MoRR:S .... JULIAN NOEL . . IKE PEARSON . . HERVEY TATUM . EVERETTE TRULY . J. M. WEAVER . Juniors Sophomores PLEDGES lllll . Pontotoc. . Gulfport, . Newton, . Richton, . Amory, . . , Thyatira. . . . . Marks, Crystal Springs, Crystal Springs, . . . Shannon, . Kosciusko, . Hickory, , . . Oxford. N. Carrollton, N. Carrollton, . . Lumberton, . Greenville, . Lambert, . . Fayette, . Grenada, . . Grenada, . Pelahatchie, . . . Amory, . . Picayune, . . . Tupelo, . . . . Biloxi, N. Carrollton, . . Vicksburg, . . Poplarville, . . Gulfport, . . Jackson, . Dyersburg, . . Shelby, . Oxford, . . Amory, . . Dyersburg, . . Picayune, . . Jackson, . . Poplarville, . Belzoni, . . Gulfport, . . Sherman, . . Geneill, . Biloxi, . . Amory, . . Picayune, . . Marks, . . Oxford, . Richton, . . Ripley, . . Gulfport, . Kosciusko, . Shubuta, . . Marks, . . Amory, . . Gulfport, . . Greenville, . . Grenada, . . Tupelo, . Fayette, . Jackson, Mississippi Mississippi Mississippi Mississippi Mississippi Mississippi Mississippi Mississippi Mississippi Mississippi Mississippi Mississippi Mississippi Mississippi Mississippi Mississippi Mississippi Mississippi Mississippi Mississippi Mississippi Mississippi Mississippi Mississippi Mississippi Mississippi Mississippi Mississippi Mississippi Mississippi Mississippi Tennessee Mississippi Mississippi Mississippi Tennessee Mississippi Mississippi Mississippi Mississippi Mississippi Mississippi Mississippi Mississippi Mississippi Mississippi Mississippi Mississippi Mississippi Mississippi Mississippi Mississippi Mississippi Mississippi Mississippi Mississippi Mississippi Mississippi Mississippi Mississippi Mississippi Founded 1868 Colors: Garnet and Gold Flower: Lily of the Valley Eighty Active Chapters GAMMA IOTA CHAPTER Esfablished l927 QMICRQN CH AXPTER Barnes Clax Daw Holleman ollx Sullxvan Elllb Hart Sadka Bates, Cascio, Dorsey. Smgley, Webb, Yancy. PHI Pl PHI ALUMNI IN TOWN E. R. ANDREXX'S NOEI. HODCE XVILTON BYARS JULIAN H. LYLES FRANK HEARD VVILLI.-XM LYLES lx'IEMBERS IN FACULTY DR. HORACE B. BROXVN DR. P. L. RAINNVATER ACTIX'E MEMBERS Seniors WOODWARD GRAVES BARNES GEORGE L. CLAY . . . JAMES MAURICE DAY . . HERMAN GlV'ENS HOI.LEMAN BILL JOLLY ...... VVILLIAM EDWIN SULLIVAN Juniors WILSON ELLIS . . . FRANK EDWARD HART . JOSEPH JAMES SADKA . PLEDGES ELLIS REID BATES . SAMMIE CASCIO ...., WARREN CHANDLIER DORSEY . JOSEPH JENNISON .... FRANCIS EWING JONES . DICK MCALLISTER . J. D. MARTIN .... ARTHUR JOSEPH PRINDLE . JAMES LAWRENCE ROTIAICHILD HERBERT SANDERS . . . HENRY PHILIP SINCLEY . MAI-ILON EARL WEBB . LESTER TRUMAN YANCY . If2l3l . Homewood Collinsville, . . Decatur, Bay St. Louis, . Carthage, . Mize, Port Gibson, . Picayune, . Meridian, . Union, . . Leland, VVater Valley, I Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss Miss. Miss. . Pittsburgh, Pa Holly Springs, Miss. . . Meridian, Miss. . Raleigh, Miss. . . VVyack, N. Y. . Oxford, Miss . . Amite, Miss . Columbia, Miss . Edinburg, Miss. . Pittsboro, Miss Founded 19 1 5 Colors: Black and Turquoise Blue Flower: Bluebell Twenty Active Chapters OMICRON CHAPTER Esiablished I927 KLPHA CHAPTER Eaton. Izard, Nlason. Smallwood. Tum, Blackwood. Caldwell, NI., Crockett. Davis, T., Bynum Cram D ' ' ' q ' A 1, eauouxr., Dawn. F., Lvallaspx, Godman. Marsh. Nlaylield, Mead. Nlills, Simmons. XV1ll1ams. 4 4'-Q, i "SP i x"'7 X L2l41 S5 , id .. if SIGMA lllll lilslSlLQN .'Xl.l'.XlNl IN TOWN FRED B. P.X'l"l'0N CII,IRI.ES B. RODIQRTS XVILSUN RUB!-'RIS M E Nl BER IN FACLI LTY G. M. BOIILER ACTIVE lXIEAIIzERs Seniors EVERETTE E. EATON . . PHILLIPS H. IZARD . . JAMES T. MASON . DAVID SMALLNVOOD . KERMI'I' TRIM . . Ju I1 io rs NIACK T. BL.-XCKXYOOD . . EUGENE CALDWELL . ROBERT N. CROCKETT . . JEROME DE.-XVOURS . . Soplzomorrs THOMAS B. DAVIS . PLEDOES G. A. BYNUM . . COOPER CRAIN . . . BURNS DEAVOURS . . FLOYD M. DAVIS . . J. VV. GAI,I.ASPi' . . HAROLD GODMAN . W. M. MARSH . . CATO MAYFIELD . . J. A. MEAD, JR. . . RALPH MILLS . . . HANSEORD SIMMONS . J. D. WILLIAMS . . lzlil . Sumrall, Georgetown, . . Purvis, . . Oxford, Tiptonville, . . Drew, . Baldwyn, Vllinterville, . . Laurel, . Van Vleet, . . Laurel, Sandy Hook, . . Laurel, . Van Vleet, New Augusta, . Quitman, . . Ripley, Taylorsville, Hattiesburg, . . Drew, . McComb, . Pelahatchie, Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Tenn Miss. MISS. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss Miss. I K0 Founded 190 1 Colors: Royal Purple and Red Flower: American Beauty Rose and Violets Sixty-eight Active Chapters ALPHA CHAPTER Established I928 ALPHA SIGMA CHAPTER Baumsten. 415 1 - ,rn Browmrein Sievers. Danziu H' h E, mrs , Levine, Nfostlroff, Felbleman Lavner. Burson. Kanter. Nloyer, Sebulsky. -I wr" ' ' N . - 4 ' is ww ,Q H. Ig ,-, D -' ...4 .- , l X' . 593' -, I . , kr.- ff' ..,, "W 25'-Q .' " '- TT" l216J Q 'Q -av- Pill EPSILQN Ill 'XC'l'IVlf M I-AID IIERR HALMSIIQN . FRED X. BROXVNSIEIN . LAXYRENCE J. SIEVERS . ELLIO'r'I RALEIGH DANZIG CHARLES BEER l'llRSCH . H.XR0l.D LEE LEVINE . H.4ROI.lJ MOSTRDEE . CEDRIC FEIBELMAN . S'rANLEY LAVNER . HAROLD D. BLTRSON . PHILIP KAXTOR . BERNARD NIOYER . IRWIN M. SEBL'I.sRx' . ffrarhlafv Sz niors fuzziors Sojwlzonzorrs PLEDGES l217l . Sioux City, Greenville Greenville Rolling Fork, . Vicksburg Clarksdale, . Rosedale, Vicksburg, . Inverness, v lim: Miss Bliss lxllss Miss Miss Nllss Nllss Miss . Blemphis, Tenn. Clarksdale, Miss . Glendorri, Miss Clarksdalc, Miss Founded 1904 Colors: Purple and Gold Flower: White Carnation Thirty-two Active Chapters ALPHA SIGMA CHAPTER Established l935 ORGANIZATIONS ,",wL. 3, , ,' 31 ' f , xo 1 4 ffm. , wff-W. ,Qu , mf I if. 3 '-:L Jug. INI D 'N .-F9 ' U IXIEMISIERS IN ICICI' LTI' T. C. KIMIIROLIGII JOIIN XVADE CII.-XRLICS 0. SMALLING CHARLES S. '1'INDALL ACTIVE IXIENIBERS JAMES TADDISON AI.IiX.XNDIiR TALEX BREYIER KENNE'l'H M. CROSBI' RICHARD BRENT FORM.-KN FRANK HART RICHARD EDIYIN KETE ROBERT P. KINCADE JOE ALEX MCFARLAND ROMAN KNO'I"I' RICE JOHN ALBERT SMITH VIRGIL VV. TIIOMAS ROBERT WILSON XVALL ALONZO S. VVESTBROOK KVM. COLEMAN BRANTON JAMES HECTOR CLIRRIE CHARLES DICKSON FAIR BILLY GATES PAUL BURNEI' JOHNSON FRANK MANNING KINARD EDDIE MACK MORGAN ROBERT STEPHENSON NEXN'TON PRESCOTT A. SIIERMAN SCOTT TENNYSON FRANK L. TINDALL ERSKINE XV.-XTKINS YVELLS GEORGE F. VVOODLIFE , KIIIIIIII N es WIEIM AEWCOQJAE . Q Q A .9 1 i 'I 19' I-in JN' V 3 0 , 5? Q I ' - 'Y If' ff f X 1,3 '1 La ai I ' 49 Sf, Q nr., .8 . a Branton, Currie, Crosby. Fair, Forman, Gates, Hart, Johnson, Kaye, Kinard, Kincade, Morgan, IVIcFarIand, Newton, Rice, Sherman, Smith, Tennvson. Thomas, Tindall, XVaIl, Wells. XVesrbrook, W'oodIIH, IVIInrworth IROIIO Thespiani. NATIONAL HONOR FRATERNITY Fouzzdvd Unifvzfrsity of Florida in 19.24 UNIVERSITY OF MISSISSIPPI CHAPTER Establislzfd at OIT' Miss in 1929 OFFICERS GEORGE VVOODLIFF . President FRANK TINDALL . .Svcrvtary ROBERT VVALL .l'ia'-Pnzvidenl JOHN ALBERT SMITH Trmsurcr FRANK M. KINARD ........... S n'g1I'a11l-al-.-Irrns T. C. KIMBROUCII . . Faaulry .Jdf-vim LI 9 .nh NNJXQ X Q l R Q N lg K fa . . NATIONAL HONORARY FRATERNITY FoInzI1rd 1914 ALPHA PHI CIRCLE Eyfzlbliyfzvd 1935 OFFICERS SCOIT TENNISON . ..... . . , PI'rsidwzl AI IX CTlI.l.l.-XM, JR. . . I'irf-Pwsidwzf T. A. l5ICKERS'l'Al-'F . . . Serrftary El.I.IO'I"l' DANZIC . . . Tfl'!l5llI't'l' Baumsten, Branton, Coffman, Crosby, Danzig, Fair, C., Fair, E., Gainey, Gates, GIllIam, Hall. Hamilton, HIX. Kinard, Kuykendall. Lotterhos, Massengill, lVlOI'gan, Nlounger, Neblerr, Newton, Shell. Sherman, Smith. Taylor, Tennyson, XVEIII, Wlnrson, Mintworth 4RollO Thespianj. 'Q .vm .If J I -A -A 5 . I .- Zag 1 im ,' K ' 7 . V-7: 1 'gl l-. Q . X "I" .' gy I ,, YQ' ' ' , , I , A , ,lj I y .. tn 1 f222l - - - I.- Q I RIEMBERS IN FACULTY DR. A. B. BUTTS DEAN R. M. GUESS PROF. T. A. BICKERSTAFF PROE. P. L. RAINVVATER DR. VV. S. MALONE PROF. H. L. QUARLES PROE. D. M. POTTER ALUMNUS NIEMBER JAM ES MCCLURE ACTIVE NIEMBERS HERB J. BAUMSTEN A. G. BOWEN, JR. W. C. BRENTON C. T. COFFMAN KENNETH CROSBY ELLIOT DANZIG CHARLES FAIR EUGENE L. FAIR JOHN LEE GAINEY BILLY GATES ALEX GILLIAM, JR. PARKER HALL J. D. T. HAMlL'l'0N E. H. HIX FRANK KINARO J. M. IQUYKENDALL W. E. LOTTERHOS F. C. MASSENGILL EDDIE MACK MORGAN WM. H. MOUNGER G. R. NEBLETT ROBT. S. NEWTON DAN SHELL PRESCOTT A. SHERMAN J. B. SMITH SVVEP TAX'LOR, JR. SCOTT TENNYSON ROBERT WALL R. L. WATSON BIISKIBERS LE1.1.x TERRX' CARUIHERS GHOIISON CEENE .'XLBERS'I'ET'l' LL'I.1E REYNOLDS EDDIN5 ETHE1.x'N ELMER HENRY IQATH.-XRINE LL'CIl,E Cl XRK V1RG1Nx.x CAREY NI.-XRY FINN SPEED CECILIA HOSEY NIARGARET XvOL'NC NIKRPIIEY ROSA HE.lLX' 4 afar- , 3 :I T, 3 Q xf, J O' by 6 "' .. ' S -f Sung gf: 24 ,, -:7 9 Texrv. Gholson. :-Xlberstert, Eddms. Henrv. Clark. Carev. Speed. Hoang Nfurphev. Heals: A SENIOR HONORARY ORGANIZATION FOR WOMEN Foundni 1937 T 9 9 L , FK 1 1 , - C ' X R. . wk! 4 XV! I 223 1 . -IN-N I II I D E L T A II EI I I INTERNATIONAL LEGAL FRATERNITY IVIIIIIIIRII nf lvllii' f'1'. I ily of flIirlIig1an, ISOQ MAYES INN 1f5lz1l1fI.vf1I'I1' nl Ulf IUIJ5, 1027 CfI!nI'5.' Claret Red and Pearl Blue I'!fmcI'I'.' J:ICqLIeIITiIIOt Ruse I OFFICERS KY. N. SIIANDS . . .,... . .llagiswr AI KX GIII IAM, JR. , . L'.x'fln'qz1I'r f'4JI,I"MAN BRANIOX . . . Clvrk J.xxIIis A. .AI.IiX.XNDER . . - . . . . . . Ilirforian Hu:Irden, BIecIenhaIII. Brannon. Brock, Flv. Gardner. Gxlliam. IVIcFarIand. IN1IIchell. Newton, Pattv, Price, Shands, IXIIIHIWVOFIPI IROIIO Thespiani. fmggsv RIEMBERS IN FACULTY JLIDOE T. C. KIMBROUGH CHARLES TINDALL .Lf ,, l A . ACTIVE RIEMBERS as ,, JAMES A. ALEXANDER V WILL ELLIS BEARDEN JAMES P. BIEDENI-IARN VVILLIAM COLEMAN BRANTON EDMOND REED BROCK I HENRY FLY J HANUN BOCRANAN GARDNER I I ALEX GILLIAM R. A 'T ,' 3 I, -0. ' J 3 JOE ALEX NICFARLAND JOE B. MITCHELL I ROBERT STEPHEN NENVTON I JAMES xXyll,l.IAM PRICE A I I XVILLIAM NLIOENT SIIANDS Lx: J .fa- -3, l2241 . x . L JACK STEPIIENS P.AxT'I'Y F 1.XCL'I.TY RIENXISERS L. C. .ANDREXY5 A. B. BUTTS J. J. LENOIR XVEX S. lxi.-'ALONE JOHN VV. XVADE .ACTIVE KIENIRERS CI.AI'DE T. COEEMAN JOHN SHARP DONALD 'IQOXEY H. HALL, JR. PAUL M. NlO0RE ROMAN KNOTT RICE H.ARRX' E. XVILSON J. COOPER .ADAMS SIDNEY C. CARLTON L. A. XVYATT IQENNETH CROSBY HOWARD DYER PERCY F. PARKER .7 ,. 40 Coffman. Donald. Hall. Nloore. lklxnrworth lllollo Th pnanl R e X'XIl n Adams, Carlton, Crosbv. Dver. NATIONAL LEGAL FRATERNITY Fnu.'1Jf.f af l'11ia'rr'5ily of Clzinmn I 2 L. Q. C. LAMAR CHAPTER 1u1.lfI1 al Off' -Vin, 1 An Crganization clemlicated to the lnvhe t Idfwl Of fi noble profession. L3FFICERS CI.AL'DE T. COPEMAN ....... I II TOXEY H. HALL . lz II I All WAI PH A In V ' SX P P 1 I HONORARY SCHOLASTIC FRATERNITY QUFFICERS RICHARD EIINYIY KEN'E . .... . . . l'rf'.ciIz'f11l K.XI'iIl.RINE CI .IRR . . I'in'-I'rfsidfzIl YIAMFS E. PL'CIiIi'I"I- . .... S' ffrflary LOLIS BEIIIN . . . Trm.vurrr Begm, Bovar. Clark, Futrell, Guyton, Henrv, Keye, Puckett, XVorsham .l 7? I 19 I226J I S,..- F, . .N t 63, RIENIBERS IN FACULTY DR. C. S. BROWN DR. VV. L. KENNON MR. P. K. MCCARTER MISS RUTH MCNEII, MR. GORDON MEAOOR MRS. GORDON MEAOOR DR. A. XV. MIIIDEN MR. C. S. TINOALL MR. JOHN W. VV,-'KDE ACTIVE RIEKIRERS LOUIS BEGIN .LOUIS S. BOYAR KATIIERINE CLARK ROBERT FUTRELI, VVILLIAM GUYION ELMER HENRY RICIIARIJ KEH'E JAMES PUCRETT C'I.IFEORO XVORSI-IAM RIEMRERS LEO ABRAHAM XVAIJIER R. BRIDCEIVORTII DAVID E. CRAWLEI' HECTOR CURRIE BURNS M. DEAVOURS JAMES EMERSON JOIIN EVANS BRENT FORMAN FRANK FUTRELL ARTHUR GUYTON VVII,I.IAM F. GUX"l0N SYKES HARTIN GUI' HATHORNE CLYDE HUGHES RICHARD E. KETE ERNEST E. MORRISON THADDEUS M. lVlOSEl.EY JOHN J. PRICE JAMES E. PUCKE'I"I' J. EDWARD RATHER WILLIAM E. RUST DAN H. SHELL AUGUSTUS TA1'E SCOTT P. TENNYSON SAM P. VVAGNER DAVID L. XNATERMAN L. DAVIS XNESSON RICHARD VVILKINSON CHARLES C. WILLIAMS LEROY WORSHAM L? W 4 a 'Q ' I 7 ., I Q B Q Z' 1- J .-lf. , an .nf ' : 5 '1 Q 1 t "" no , -sf -' .'. N J J.. fl Q .Q A .3 . 4 ' 3, Q .3 V' ,gg 'J I: ,V .f -Q . t yr ' 'ffl -, at la ,,, .V -3 . I 4 ,, 1 . X A IX xl 0 l rf. 'T Q, Olden. Laney, Hamilton. Conyers, Briclgeforrh. Crawley, Currie, Deavours, Emerson. Evans, Nlintworrh lRollo Thespianl, Forman, Futrell, Guyton, A., Guyton, W, F., Hartin. Hathorne, Hughes. Keye, Morrison, Moseley, Price, Puckett, Rather. Rust. Shell, Tate, Tennyson. Wagner, Waterman. Wesson, WIlkInson, Williams, Worsham. FRESHMAN HONORARY SCHOLASTIC FRATERNITY Establislmd 1929 OFFICERS SAM OLDEN, JR. . . . PI'L'5id1'7ZI FRANK M. LANEY, JR. . . Secretary DAVID HAMILTON . . . . Treasurrr DE VALIN CONYERS . . . . Historian R. M. GUESS . . H. B. HOWERTON . . PHI ETAS . Farulfy .Jdfvisrr . Farully .-Id-vifrr l C7 1AX Q 1 Sp A SENIOR I-IONORARY INTERFRATERNITY 4 I ORGANIZATION Smxzlw, Tavlor. Rogers. Kmcacle. Keirn, Schultz, XYVIISOFI. Gardner. Donald. XVIII-less. XVall. Fan, Conner. Swartzfager, Reed. Smxrh, T. A.. Bcarden, XYIYIIE. Vcanev. Bowlxng. Royce, lN'lcCrackcn. Dabbs. lNlcFarland, Nloore. Nerll, Alford, Ellxs, lzard, Eaton, Hirsch. lVlII1IWOI'Il'I IRollo Thespianl. as Q . 4 ,, A I. , an ' 3 L i 9 'A 4?,' "4 P7 vs nf . ' -3 ,V : 'I I, 1 ,A 5' 4 if A -- I 'H 1 . "7 9 f A 'ai I 3 I 'I -6 , 0 2, QI, - 43' I "4 .1 'T , A f J - . A 9 ur P 'fr f I Q 'I Q 'Q la 4 I '7 'H' I -,, H ... Wm.. 'nk '-L.. ..... , PX ! l228l MEBIBERS LANDON JEROME SMITH Drlta Kappa Epsilon JOHN ROBERT TAYLOR Dflia Kappa Epsilon LESLIE SEYMOUR ROGERS Della Psi ROBERT P. KINCADE Della Psi CLAUD LEARE KEIRN Phi Kappa Psi CLIFFORD SCHULTZ Phi Kappa Psi HARRY EDGAR VVILSON Sigma JOHN GOULD Sigma JOHN SHARP Sigma Chi GARDNER Chi DONALD .Ilpha Epsilon JULIAN ALEX VVIIELESS Sigma I-llpha Epsilon ROBERT VVILSON VVALL Phi Dalia Thofa EUGENE LOVE FAIR Phi Dvlla Thfla RICHARD E. CONNER Bala Thrta Pi JAMES HARRISON SWARTZFAFFR Dflfa Tau Delta VVILLIAM CLEVELAND REED Dalia Tau Drlla THEODORE .ALBERT SMITH Kappa Sigma VVILLIAM ELLIS BEARDEN Kappa Sigma XVILEY CORDELL VVIIITE Kappa .illpha FLETCHER FRANKLIN VEASEX Kappa fllpha FRANCIS SMITH BOWLING .Jlpha Tau Omrga THOMAS LUHUM ROYCE .-Ilpha Tau Omrga ERNEST YVATTER MCCRACKEN Pi Kappa Phi JESSE P. DABBS Pi Kappa Phi JOE ALEX MCFARLAND Sigma Nu BLOUNT IREY MOORE Sigma Nu EUGENE HANEY NEILL Pi Kappa .sllpha LEE M. ALFORIJ Pi Kappa .Ilpha WILSON ELLIS Phi Pi Phi PI'IlLl,lPS HARRISON IZARD Sigma Phi Epsilon EVERETTI-I ELAM EATON Sigma Phi Epsilon CHARLES BEER HIRSCH Phi Epsilon Pi v-Q' tp RIENIRERS ANNA AAYERS RoANE ADAMS ff CHRISI :NE N1URPI'IRl-IE ft' ETH ET, MCB EE E1.s1E SAEIN STUART BACKSTROM CECTLTA HosEY RUTH ZINKE LULTE Ennms ol " gb. .A Q ai T' ""7 BETTY MCCABE LELIA TERRY IRENE SNYDER ELIZABETH COOK C7 f Q in 5 Ayers. Adams, Nlurphree, lVIcBee, Sabm, Backsrrom, Hosey, Zinke, Eddxns, WQQWQ McCabe, Terry, Snyder, Cook. AN HONORARY INTER-SORORITY SOCIETY ,,..-. f , -jgfjigfxx ,' . x K A P P A A LI H A T RU D ' NATIONAL DEBATING FRATERNITY XV, Dw1mE:HT VVENTZ Fmulty Sporzxor CDEFACERS S0011 TENNYSON . . , Prvsidnzt HECTOR CLTRRIE . . . l'if1'-Pzmcidnzt f.L'CII,E XVH11 EHFAD . . Sffrvlary-Trramrrr Tennvs AL on, Currie. Vifhitehead. Bridgeforrlfx. Crosbv. Danzig. Keye, Perry, Minrworth lRoIlo Thespmni. 1 I230j 5 BIERIBERS WVALTER BRIDGEFORTH KENNETH CROSBY ELLxoT1 DANZIC RICHARD KEX'E ROBERT PERRY Scorr TENNYSON HECTOR CURRIE LUCu.E W7Hl1'EHEAD RIEMBERS BILL ALLEN GEORGE ATIUNSON MACK Bmcxwoon VVALTER BOYETTE VVALTER BRmcEF0R'1'H LEE CATCHINCS JOE DABBS JAMES EMERSON ARTHUR GUX"I'0N THE0 HUEEMAN ARTHUR PRINDLE HANSFORD SIMMONS CHARLES FFRAYLOR LUCILE VVHITEHEAD RICHARD W7II,KINSON 1 Allen, Atkinson, Blackwood, Boyette, Bridgeforth, Catchings Dabbs Ememon Guyton, Huffman, Prlndle. Slmmons, Traylor, Whitehead v4'1ll-IDLOH XV. DlY'ICHT XVENTZ Insfructor DEBATIN A COUNCIL SENICR Y. Nfl. C I-LX. CABINET OFFICERS BILLY MOENGER . .... . . . Prfsidvnz XVILLIAM LOTTERHOS . . I'irf-Prrxidvrzt JOIIN PARKER . . . . . . Srrrffary COOPER ILXDAZNIS . - . . Trrasurer R. lXIAI.COI.M GUESS . ..... Gmzfral Srfrrtary DR. J. C. C'LiI.I.EY . , . . Clzairmazz, Board of Dirfriors JUDGE T, C. KIMBROLTGH . ...., Faculiy Trrasurcr Bloungcr, Lotterhos, Parker, Adams, Abernathy, Alford, Anderson, Aultman, Barnes, G., Barnes, S., Biedenharn, Bowling, Briscoe, Brownstein, Bruce, Caulfield, Christian, Conner, XV., Conner. R. E., Copeland, Cox, Crosby, Danzig, Filgo, Funcliess, Futrell, Gardner, Gates, Gaviria, Gilliam, Graham, Green, Grice, Havs, Hix, Holmes, Izard, Jennings, Johnson, Kaye, Kuydendall, lVlcCOrmiCk, Neill, Newton, Patton, Pope, Prospere, Puckett, Quinn, Rogers, L., Rogers, S., Sanders, Shippev, Smith, Stephens, Taylor, Wall, Xvatkins, XVatson, Wfells, Wilson, Woodliff, Mintworth lRollo Thespianl. v "' ""' r? 1 I' -uv y' ,.- ,, ' -1 - rg 1 ' ,, a - J " I S ' Y 5' A v "' S nl fu "' I -1 X 3 2 L JI 3 ' Q, 1 , . -51' 0 I " 1' " A 'iw ' 1- J .1 , , 11 L ' 9 ,514 , , ' gi! fa J! Q 2 E Q I ' , 2 a . G 1 'Q N . y Lx 311 sr i i J 3 5,51 i ., .au -Q Q In Q, . z , ' H If 5,1 , 'f 7 -M -1 -, -C 'A 4- Q ' 3 l , h , 9 ' I. 1 ' 'A 1 i A ' f. A . 0 '. 1' 34' .2 9 av 1-' - 4 nt I 1 I is . , I .J 5 .5 1 7, V U- L " ' 5 I 8 5 I W - 3 ,V 4 - , va T I232J 1" ff rfxx RX ffl! AX. ,X MK . MEMBERS M ERRILL AB ERNATHY LEE M. ALFORD MALCOLM ANDERSON BRUCE AULTMAN GRAVES BARNES SPENCER BARNES JAMES BIEDENHARN FRANCIS BOWLING JAMES BRIDGES LAVVRENCE BRISCOE FRED BROXYNSTEIN VVILLIAM BRUCE BARRON CAULEIELD SHANNON CHRISTIAN JOHN W. CONNER R. E. CONNER H. I. COPELAND LEON Cox KENNETH CROSBY ELLIOTT DANzIG JAMES M. DAY EUGENE DAVVSON WILLETTE DUCKWOR JULIAN ERVIN CHARLES FAIR TRAVIS FILGO ROY FUNCHESS FRANK FUTRELL JOHN A. GARDNER BILLY GATES GILBERTO GAVIRIA ALEX GILLIAM HOMER GRAHAM GEORGE GREEN LUTHER GRICE VVILLIAM C. HAYS E. H. HIX CLARK HOLMES EDWARD IZARD CLAUDE JENNINCS WILLIAM JOHNSON PAUL JOHNSON RICHARD KEY JOHN IQUYKENDALL ROBERT MCCORMICK LEO MCDONALD DAVID MCLEAN ROBERT MACRUIDIZR FRANK MASSENGILL G. R. NEBLE'I"l' EUGENE NEILL ROIIERT NEVSTON GEORGE PATTON JOHN B. POPE VVALSER PROSPERS J. E. PUCKETT BRENT QUINN LESLIE ROGERS SHELBY ROGERS CLAUDE SANDERS PAUL SIIIPPEY J. B. SMITH EDGAR J. STEPHENS SWEP 'TAYLOR ROBERT NVALL JOHN XRVATKINS RICHARD L. VVATSON ERSKINE WELLS HARRY WILSON GEORGE NVOODLIEE TH MEAIIIERS JANE BAKER ROSAMONO BARTON VASSAR BISHOP FRANCES CASHMAN CATHERINE CLARK If.-XTHARINE L. CLARK ELIZABETH COOK VIRGINIA EMBREE NORA GRAX'ES ELMER HENRY CECELIA HOSEY LURLINE JOHNSON MARGARET' MCCORKLE JEAN NIALIIING DEOLECE MILLER MARGARET MURPHY MARTHA NELSON MARGARET SIIARPE MARTHA R. SMITH CHIEE STEVENS SALLY STEVENS MARX' BELLE 'TINSLEY EMMIE ELLEN VVADE MARY JANE VVALLACE LUCILLE XVHITEHEAO IVIARY LANE XVOMACK RUTH ZINKE JP! PZ' a p. v H 1 3 J 7 Y JL -v ' ,E . A Zig 7' Q 3 2 6 , A 4 '19 -'1 . Asfvwv. Carey, Speed, N1cDonaId, Triplett, Baker, Barton, Bishop, Cashman. Clark, C., Clark, K., Cook, Embree, Graves. Henry, Courtney. Jchnson. fVIcCorkle, Nlalling, Nliller, Nlurphy. Nelson. Sharpe, Smith. Stevens, C., Stevens, S., Tinsley, XVade, Wfallace, Xvhitehead, Xvomack, Zinke. GFFICERS VIRGINIA CAREY . ..... . . Prrsidmzt MARY SPEED ..-. . I'ifv-PrrsiIlnzf MARIETVIE MCDONALD . . . Mm-fzzry MARY ALICE TRIPLETT . ..-..... Trmsurrr MRS. V. A, COULTER . . Cflairman Board of DiI'L'L'f0l'X SENIOR ya W 1 A CABIINIIQT 1 I S, fi 1 ff X A,xII5RIC,AN PHARM,ACIEIIIIIC,,AL ' , ASSOQIAT ION UNIVERSITY OF MISSISSIPPI STUDENT BRANCH I'o1n1I1I-Ii 1853 OFFICERS JAMES DAY . EVEREITE EATON . BLESS RLSK . . BI.-XLCOLM POSEY . NIERLE BROCK . Day. Eaton. Rusk, Posev, Brock, Begm, Cook, Sheffleld, Sullnvan, Xvalker, Wilford, Yelverton, Pruidezzt Pwiidfllf .S'I'In'Ia1'y . Trmszzrur . Rvportrl . I IU'- Dabbs, Furr, Puckett, Hays, Nlxntworth IROIIO Thespian I . I 73 f. '27 RIEMBERS IN FACULTY XV. XV. JOHNSON Fafully .Jdwisor E. L. H,XMMONlJ ACTIVE RIERIBERS LOUIS S. BEGIN NIILTON COOK B ETTI' DABBS S'I'ACY FURR FREEMAN C. HAYS ERNEST PUCKETT EVERETI' SHIFFIELD LUCILLE SULLIVAN HARRIE1' VV.-XLKER , NIELYIN E. XVELFORD YERDELI. XvELVERTON BQ JAMES DAY EVERETTE EATON 1' BLESS RUSK NI.-Xl.COl,M POSEY BIERLE BROCK IQ2341 'XIEAIIIERS IN 1'i.XCl'l.TY DR. J. R. SIMMS DR. LIN AIILRNAIIII DR. J. B. LUUPER DR. V. BR.XMl.Ii'l'lIi ACTIVE AIENIBERS XVll.l.I.XM C. IIAIS D.U'lll M. PENNEB.-XKER XVll.l.I.XM Ii. I.O'I'IIfRIIOs 'IQIIOMAS L. ROYCE JAMES BARRY SMITH PLEDGES ROBERT IEIOLLEI' LI.-XRVEY L. FLOWERS RAMON B. FLOWERS FRANK C. NIASSINGILL GLENN PE.-XRSON JAMES H. SKY.-XRTZFACER G. A. Bx'NL'M ROBERI' T. BONNEI' FLOYD M. DAVIS O. P. GIXRNER S. HURD HORION CLAUDE A. JACKSON JAMES LAUDERDALE JAMES G. LOPEZ MALCOLM L. PIGEORII FRANK K. TATUM JOEL A. SIMPSON JOHN XV. VV.-XTKINS s I A ' vs 1 3 '. -A 'A nt. ---' 'L A . " E " " ' r 1 I .sri - xr 'B' -" 'Q J' I f- f ?' t . A . xy-1 I K -- if E, Q 8 ..-M194 I -Q P9 . '-Ir '3' S ' -:p ' 1: I '3 '09 'I H? . ' -1 X N 3 Hays. Pennebaker. Lotterhos, Royce. Smith. Garner, Flowers, H. L., Flowers, R. B., lwassengill, Mintworth lRollo Thespianb. Pearson, Swartzfager. Bvnum. Bonney, Davis, Horton, Jackson, Lauderdale, Lopez, PIgford, Tatum, Simpson. Watkins. PROFESSIONAL MEDICAL FRATERNITY THETA PI CHAPTER Eslablislzfd 1926 JAMES BARRY SMITH . VVILLIAM C. HAYS . DAVID M. PENNEBAKER XVILLIAM E. LOTTERHOS THOMAS L. ROYCE . OFFICERS . PI'l'5iziiIlfj Sfnior . Prfsidizzgf Junior SL't'I'l'fl1I'j'- Tl'l'H,fIlI'tJl . . Jlldgt'.'1d1'0fll16' Hislorian and Edilor IVE 5RO AN INTER-SORORITY HONORARY ORGANIZATION Abcrnathv, FII Klaus, XY'IlkIns 11' 3 I .AA "x Shellw, Tallev, Herman. NIchoI5, Polk, Stephenson, Courmev. on, XY7llll3lT1S, Dxnsmore. Nlurphv. Horton, Sheffield, Nlartxn, Nannev. -za. 3 7? f o I Ii 1 Rav -F 2. fl ' '7 " vu .5 A A 2 P1 X , ' "Q 'w 9' L2361 ,'f---,bx 11 'IIC I II f I , I x . 'N .rf 1' ,Q 'N -f- IXIEMBERS CHI OMEGA STERLENE ABERNATHX' VIRGINIA FITE VIRGINIA SHELBY LLOYD TALLEY DELTA DELTA DELTA EI.sIE HERMAN EMILY NICHOLS KNOX PoI.R JANE STEPHENSON PHI MU LOUISE COURTNEY MABLE KLAUS GERTRUDE W7lI.KINSON VIRGINA XAVILLIAMS KAPPA DELTA MARY DINSMORE MARTHA ANN HORTON SUE MURPHY DELTA ZETA MARTHA SIIEFFIELD DELTA GAMMA GRACE MARTIN LOUISE NANNEY V 'I l l I IXIEAIBERS AL'GL's'IA .IXNIIERSIIN DEYYEY .AN'lOON ERNEST C.-XXNEl.l..X VIRGINIA CAREY CYRIL CARYIN PHII.l.lI' CASCIO SAMMIE CASCIO LILA DEDEAUX E. A. Dfil.C.Xllll.l.0 D.-XX'lD Gl.E.4SON JOHN FARESE JOSEPH JENNISON JOHN JL'cIINowICz lxflkl.-XM IIAAS CHARLES HERRON C. B. IQATZENMEYER RAYMOND KlMBI.E JAMES LOPEZ En. THOMAS LYoNS DORO1'IlX' lXlCCAR'I'IlY E. J. lN'ICLAL'CHl,lS J. VV.-XLTER NIICHEL XVALTER NULNER PERCY PARKER ARTHUR PRINIJLE ROBERT REED Bll.LY Ross ROBERT ROYCE JAMES RUSH BLESS RUSR lxi.-XRCARET RLfTI.EIIGE S. E. SANTORA KVM. SCHNITLLER CLIFF SHIRLEY HARRY SMITH BARBARA TARR PATRICIA TARR XVESLEY TRAX'ER CHARLES TRAYLOR LEROY VVHELAN Q J 4 'f 0 .3 4 ' v , . , v -1 , Q -v , X' l 4 5 S. . at e J' Q tl 1 4 I J C Q . , , I . nf A 4 -. In f, -a w , A 3 . a 7 . 4' -A5 4 fl iq A 'f' I 8 'I 3 -Q n - - 'Q ' I ' - " S. . 'A I 1 f Q -9' 1 f, 9 " 8. . Anderson. Antoon. Cannella. Carev. Carvin. Cascio. Dedeaux. Delgadillo, Gleason. Farese. ,lennIson. ,luchnowIcz, Haas. Herron, Karzenmeyer, Kimble. Lopez. Lyons. lVIcCarthv. NlcI,augl1lIn. Nhchel. Nlilner, Parker. Prindle. Reed, Ross. Royce. Rush. Rusk. Rutledge. Santora, Shirley. Smith, Tarr, B., Tart, P.. Traver. Travlor. W'helan, lN'IIntworth lRollo Thespmnil. OFFICERS VIRGINIA CAREY . . . Prwsidrfzz HARRX' SMITH . . I'ia'-Prf-fidnzz LIL.-X DEDE.-XIQX . . .S'frrrfary J. XV.-XLTER MICHEL . . Trrasurrr CATHQLIC CLUB f C213 LIIERIQAN SOQIETV OF CIVIL WSIS J N L3 I N E E RS FOIIIIJITI 1852 OFFICERS PRILSCOII A SIIIRMAN ..A.. . . Pffjidfllf H,xROI,Ia E. HANI-ix' , . . I'icf-Prfyidnzl C'I,II'P0RIm U. XVORSILXM . . Srcrvtary PIQI E Rf'1SA'I'0 .... . Trvamrfr Adams. Anderson. Brxscoe, Brvan, Bovd. Dockery, Foster, Garrett. Glenn. Gustafson. Guvron. Hanev. Kxrkpatrick, Lauderdale. Lawson, lN1cCracken, Party. Blandlebaum. Rosato, Rust, Sanders. Sebulsky. Shaw, Sherman, H., Sherman, P.. SmIth. Stigler. Tatum, Vvhire. Vforsham. C., Xvorsham, L. K 5. I? ,l 'Q fr Q . . 'ax 52 ,Q I 'A 'Z' J" N L Bl' 33 . " .0 9 9 ' in A. 3 r af .RJ . 4 ' J ., , .V . Q., W 0 X Ai:- Ih. A I u 1' ' A.. z 2: 2' . ...C wi 3 I ' fe . I. -v ft " r' " - 1' " ' 'cr 1. . A ji ..'-lvlif. :gal A T4 I ' ' ' IJ 1 1 ' . ' R " 7? I -5 - I X I' ff -1- .5 f .fa Q? 'fi I238l RIEMBERS JOHN KIRK ADAMS VV. C. ANDERSON LAURANQE H. BRISCOE HARRY M. BRYAN L. B. BOYD DAVID DOCI-LERY GEORGE FOSTER N. S. GARROTT JOE GLENN B. A. GUSTAESON VVILLIAM F. GUYTON HAROLD E. HANEY JACK KIRKPATRICK JOE E. LAUDERDALE H. L. LAVVSON WVALTER L. MCCRACKEN JAMES VV. PATTY B. F. MANDLEBAUM PETE ROSATO BILLY RUST HERBERT SANDERS IRXVIN SEBULSKY XVINERED SHAW' HAROLD SHERMAN PRESCOTT A. SHERMAN LOYD SMITH JESS Q. STIGLER, JR. JOHN H. TATUM JOHN VV. xVHlTE CLIFFORD G. WORSI-IAM LEROY VV. WORSHAM RIENIBERS BIARIE .ADDISON JEAN AR'I'IIL'RS ROBERT BALLARD RAY BASS XVILLIE MAY BLYTHE CECIL BOLTON FOREST BONVEN XVALTER BOYETT, JR. EUGENIE BRAMLETT DOROTHY BROWN EMILY JANE CARTER GRADE' CASTILLOW Nl.-XRY COLIRTNEY FRANCIS MARION DAYIS LILLIAN DOOLEY MRS. lV1ETA FRASER MARIE ELAM MARY ELIZABETH GLENN EULA MAE HAMILTON LOIS ANNE HANSELL ELIZABETH HARDING lNlARTHA ANN HORTON MARTHA JANE HUGHES FAE ELIZABETH JOHNSON JEAN JOHNSON CARL JOHNSTONE, JR, SYKES KENNON GEORGE MADDOX MRS. NIARIADA MCCALL MARGARET MCCOY ANNA MAE MCGONAGILL VIRGINIA MOORE NINNABEL NEILSON JOE PENIx EVELYN PIRTLE MARX' FRANCES ROE HELEN SEXTON ETTA MARIE SEXTON MARY LEE SNEED CREATH SPEER SCOTT TENNYSON CLAUDE THOMPSON, JR. PATSY TINDALL MARGARET XVALKER MARX' JANE VVALLACE OLA VVHITE ELIZABETH YVILKINS BERNARD KRAUS JIMMIE ETTA OLIVER MILDRED ISAACSON ROSALIE BRYANT Q f, a " 3 ' 7 V ' 4 ., ls "N, ' Q -an C ,g lg A , - 4 '71 5 - 7 ' A A i Q Q 4' 6 1- -4 A .Q 4 . S V9 4: Q J Z .q 5 , -v ' 1 4 4 Q 3' I Q- 5 I 'U Q 2.1 5 I I- 3. ,Q -5, G ' , 3 A 49 - L. : I! ., A "-3' 5 -uf' M M 'n he .7 Ps. a 4 .- t 9 T 7 v Yu 3 I Addison, Arrhurs, Ballard, Bass. Bly-che. Bolton, Gleason. Boyetre. Brown. Carter, Castillow, Davis, Dooley, Elam, Glenn, Hamllton, Hansell, Hardxng. Horton, Hughes, Johnston. Johnston, C.. Kennon, Nladdox, lN'lcCov. lVlcGonagill, Moore, Neilson. Penix, Pirtle, Roe, Sexton, Speer, Tennyson, Thompson, W'alker, Wlallace. W'hite, Xvilkins, Kraus. Oliver. Isaacson, Brvant. Nlinrworrh l,Rollo Thcspianl. MUSICAL CLUB GFFICERS LOIS .ANNE HANSELL . . . . - . . Prf-IMI-111 ELIZABETH XVILKINS . . I'ifr-1'n'si.1IvI1 NINNABEL NEILSON . - . S1'Cl'1'll1l'J' TREBL AND BASS .ff R H ' Wi AIN LITER AIR A ml I ll li 1 I if li Fn1111IirI1 at iffy l'1Ii1'I'r5iIy of fllisyissijrpi, 18,18 QFFICERS IZDDIE DEDIILLIZR . .... . . Pwsiiifzzl FDM fi.XRDTxl-QR . . , I'iI'a-Prmidwzt '1'II.ID lXlOSEI.EX' . . . Srcrrtary XVEBB DELOACII . . . Tl'l'll51ll'l'I' RICHARD XVILKINSUN . , Cjlmplfiifl DelVlIlleI', Gardner, Nloselev, Del.oach, Wfllkinson, Becker, Black, Blackwood, Branigan, Bridgeforrh, Carvin. Catchings, Cater, Crawley, Dow. Ellis, Emerson, Floyd, Foster, Gardner, A., Gardner, Garortt, Gill, Gray, R., Gray. Hamilton, Handy, Harper. Holman, Holmes. Howell, Jordan, Luker, McKenzie, lX'lODfgOIl18lS', Nelson. F., Nelson, Olden. Pritchard, Nlintworrh 4Rollo Thespianl. Puckett, Shelton, Steinhauer. Sykes, Todt, Walker, Williams, Witty, B ' . , an A ,vs -, iw H G., Qt , , P 3 I, 9 A- ', U .1 if it , 9. . ,L , -Q Q 'Q ,xi IX, -9 l fl I 7 4' . Wig. ,, 2 , 2, .A Qu , gy , 1 A J 4 Jr A 2 , P' - 1 , .. ,f 4, t 3- Aa' , 1- vcr . Q 4 3 , Y .A " 4 ,A 'F'-7 "'f V I X , 7 , X f , Q H' 1 1' 'J , 1' ' A ' 1-1 "' E, xl, f YA J 1 5 ' - Q pf 9 h 1. 3 gfal F f , Ju I . I 1 A .A ,A v ,J kg 6 13 lb X fi? ii I2401 NIEMBERS JOHN BECKER FRANK BLACK MACK BLACKWOOD JAMES BRANICIN XVALTER BRIDGEFORTII CTRIL CARVIN LEE CATCIIINCS WILSON CATER DAVID CRAWLEI' ROBERT DOW Bon ELLIS JAMES EMERSON TOM FLOYD GEORCE FOSTER ALBERT GAIQDNIZIQ JOHN GAIQDNER STANLEY GARROTT FRANCIS GILL REGINALD GRAY JIM GllAX', III F. H. HAMILTON, JR STUART HANDH' HILLIARD HARPER CHARLES HOLMAN MILLER HOLMES JOE HOWELL PAT JOHNSON JACK JORDAN WILLIAM LUKER BERT IVICIQENZIE BILLY lVION'l'GOM ERY FRED NELSON QOINN NELSON SAM OLDEN ROBERT PRITCHARD DAVID PUCKETT DICK SI-IELTON STUART STEINHAUER TOMMY SYKES GEORGE TODT TOMMY WAI.KER THOMAS XVILLIAMS FRED WITTY IXIEMBERS JAMES NICHOI.S DAVID QUINN ARCHIE DICRSON BERNARD MOYER RUSSELL GULLEY PALMER ANDREXK'S TOMMY VVALKER GRIFFIN .ALFORD BILL KJURNEY CARSON ROBERTSON JOHN SHARP XVILLIAMS JOE VVASIIINGTON JAMES R. RUSH VVALTER IVIICHEI. SAM VVAGNER VVALTER BULLOCK ERSKINE WELLS A. C. MILLER DOODY MAHONEY JULIAN CAMPBELL EVERETT TRULY JULIAN NOEL LAMPLEY VVILLIAMS E. B. VVILLIAMS CLAUDE JENNINGS DOUGLAS JENNINCS G. G. HOEFER GEORGE ANDERSON HENRY HAYNES JOHN HOYVARD GORDON J. R. TIPTON HOMER TURNER JAMES THOMPSON FRED VVALLACE STEELE DOLLARHITE HARVEY TATUM EDWIN TATE HILL SANDIDGE JAMES CANEIELD JAMIE EDWARDS JOHN COYINGTON GUY RANER JOHN JUCHNOWICZ GAINES COOR GUS GERRARD MERRILL ABERNATHY RICHARD GEORGE LEROY HIDINGER HAROLD GOT'lGIIEI.F HUGH ALEXANDER SIDNEY HOPKINS GRADY CASTELLOXV RED TRAYLOR LINTON NORTH XVOODROW SHELTON JOE LAUDERDALE DONALD FEIBLEMAN ROY EARLY NORTH J. E. BRADLY D. M. WEAVER PETE SHIPMAN CEDRIC FEIBLEMAN BILL COPELAND Q 4. K A ,, : A 'I I. 3 1 L ' ' ' 5 -J S-1 4 'A g A .fu Q Q G 4' , " " 5 A 1 .. 1 ' " ' ' 1' ' 'J' I I Q I 1 . 5 'V I ' , - .v -A. E -if A I 1 , ,d , a- :J ,J - -8 , B.. .: 1' ' 1 is ' 'Q I f I A . ,ru , 4 1! ., A, 1 I 4- v Nl I J, I 4 -i i . KW 'C LL . ,. -9 .U ., Q ' Ir lf- 'iz' 4 4 5' , 'QQ , fn gg 3 Q. 5 ri ay 'lf ' ' 'A f ' , 2. xv 1' If 5 I l .9 A I, - 'Q '. 4- "F: ' ' , 9' L ' A 'i t ' I 3,9 1 i " f 3' .J P I, 3 'TJ , ld: A ,jgxl , T' , 1 ,. .0 R Nichols, Quinn, Dickson, Nloyer, Gullv, Andrews, XValIceI', Alfoxd, Gurney, Robertson, Williams, S., Washington, Rush, Nlichel, Wagner, Bullock, VUells, Miller, Mahoney, Campbell, Truly, Noel, Williams, L., XVIlli:Ims. E, B., Jennings, C., Jennings, D., Hoffer, Anderson, Haynes, Gordon, Tipton, Turner, Thompson, Wallafe, Dollarhire, Tatum, Tate, Sandidge, Canfield, Edwards, Covington, Raner, Juchnowicz, Cook, Gerrard. Abernathy, George, Hidinger, Gorthelf, Alexander, Hopkins, Casrellow, Traylor, North, L., Shelton, Lauderdale, Feibleman, North, R. E., Bradly, W'eaver, Shipman, Feibleman, HAROLD GO'l'THELF CARSON ROBERTSON SAM WAGNER . - CHARLES TRAYLOR HENRY HAYNES . LEROY HIDINGER . JULIUS TIPTON . Copeland. OFFICERS . . Presidmzl . I'irf'-Pr'1'.Iidv11l . I'iu'-PI'r.fidI'1If . - . St'L'!'CfllI'y - . . TI'1'!l5lll'1'l' SI'rg1'1I11I-al-.-I fill! SI'1'g11'a111-at-.frills PHI SIGMA LITERARY SOCIETY Xl l ll X L XfXllJ5Ax DELTA . . Prrsidrzzt . l'iz'4'-l"r'f.rid4'11l S'rf1'rfz1r'y- Tr4'1l511rr'r . Sr11i0r.'1Ji'i5f'r . F11czz!ly.lL1'i'i,u'z' . Faa1zl1y.f1J1'i.m'1' Healy, Neilson, Noel, XVhire. Q 19- -A '3' li 1--' fo I2l21 ,Ax 'FCEAQX " X . I DW Wy 'J' .Y 7,1 ! IXIEMBERS BARBARA BU'1"1's FLORENCE CAMPBELI Dolus DANSBY JENNIE DAVIS MARY DINSMOIQE REBECCA EASON R0sA HEALY NINNABEL NEILSON GALE NOEL RUBY PRITCHARD NIARTHA SANDERSON HELEN SEXTON VIRGINIA THICPEN Mu.nRED xVHl'll2 RIEMBERS IX TIIWN MRS. MRS. MRS. MISS MRS. MRS. MRS. MISS MISS ACTIVE RIEMBERS ann i T' 's 'Q 4- fg K l I 0 I . ' '17 ' " X-n rn NOEL M. IIODCE F. M. KINARD J. B. LOOPER NI.-XRY BETST BIAUIBY LAURA T. IXIARHN FORREST BICCALL as 0- Q 'J ' Q J Q - 4 if AI.T0N T.KX'l.0R ' PATSY 'IQINDALL ks: " '- A RL'TH NICYEII vi " ' " . L . . 9 4 I INIARIE ADDISON GENE :XLBERSTETT JEAN :XRTHKRS LUIS :ANNE HANSELI. 0' NIARTHA ANNE H0R'IoN -3 VIRGINIA NIOORE NINNABEL NEILSON HELEN SEXTON MARY JANE XVAILACI-Q ELIZABETH VVILKENS ELYLA NIAE HAMILTON PLEDGES MARIE EI..-XM MARGARET McCoy DCROTHY BROXVN JIMMIE OLIVER ELIZABETH II.-XRDING MILDREI1 ISAACSON BI.-XRTHA JANE HUGHES BIARGARET XVALRER -fl- ap 3 I 3 4 Hansell, Plorton. Addlson. Alberstett. Arrhurs. Vfallace. W'Ilkins. Hamilton. Elan. INICCOV, Brown. Hughes. XY'a1ker. 'S-1, '341 .I--v 13' L is 7 Floors. NQIISOU. Ohver, Hardmg. NATIONAL MUSlCAL SORORITY PATRONESSES MRS. A. B. BL"I"I'5 MRS. A. B. HARGIS MRS. En XVALKER Scxron Isaacson SIGMA ALPHA IQ T A J ' l243Il C33 -I . 3. 6 I f 'I 'if -4 LOCAL HONORARY BAND FRATERNITY Ifmzmivd az ffm Uziwrsiiy of .llimissippi on Drcfmbrr 9, 1934 Colors: Red, Blue, and Yellow Ofwn JIOIIO: Ductor Quisque Sit-Every Man a Leader OFFICERS XVEBB DELOACII ........ .... P rfsidenl BIORCAN ROSEEOROUGII . . . . Fife-Prcsidezzl LAXYRENCE OLSON . . Srcrftary-Trfasurer FRANCIS BOWLING . .... Reporter Del.oach. Roseborough, Olson, Bowling, Crosby, Duckworth, Levine, Mont- gomexy. Neblett, Norsworthy, Penix, Smith, Mintworth fRollo Thespianl. nf 2' ' "' -gov' v'-, I244l MERIBERS KENNE1'H M. CROSBY WILLETTE DUCKVVORTH HAROLD L. LEVINE MALCOLM B. MONTGOMERY GEORGE R. NEBLETT OLYER W. NORSWORIHI' JOSEPH H. PENIX D. B. SMITH WEBB DELOACH MORGAN ROSEBOROUGH LAWRENCE OLSEN FRANCIS BOWLING I' LOOR COMMITTEE FRED BERCER MACK BLACKWOOD FRANCIS BOXVLINC COLEMAN BRANTON FRED BROWNSTEIN CULLT CARLSON KENNETH CROSBY CLAUDE COFFMAN BILLY GATES GEORGE GREEN L. ETHERTON GRICE BILL JOLLY ROBERT MAGRUDER ERNEST MCCRACKEN LEO MCDONALD G. R. NEBLETT ROBERT NEWTON PRESCOTT SHERMAN DAVID SINGLETON J. B. SMITH JULIUS TIPTON Q XA lv. Kennon. Gilliam, Healy, Smith. DR. VV. L. KENNON . . . Faculty Chairman ALEX GILLIAM, JR. . . Exrfuiiw Chairman ROSA HEALX' . - . Girls' Chairman JOHN A. SMITH . . Floor Clzairman STUDE T DANCE COMMITTEE Hey, Fathead! Why so Worried? The book is out! QAKQQ That's just the trouble Sap! ADVERTIQEME T Naw! Let's stay here and outshine the Editor QJQJ Quit showing of, and let'5 run through the Ad Section. It's plenty hot AND LCDCA C CDR n.. 4 . , Q - . -1' u ' ' ..' '-r . ' agp -2-Q '9 1 'UI - .--,ex - . .Sr els ' 0 c' 4" ' 2 K t Q W v . 0 Q 4'.,f" if 4 ,HF . 0.-dr' v ..- ".. I 'la dl' I . v 5: v Q , 1 I-A: ,,g, Q M P "fd V 5' 0 3 - -,?. f rf '9 VT' . , . Q '.x 6 v . SPUNEUQ MISS LlLLlAN TULLQS THE 1.5. NEILSON co. villa 9 , . MM NEILSOWSI ' x a 'l l'ii.i-V 1 W K. X t K Since ..., , .- K, ,, R- 1839 MISSISSIPPLS OLDESTA STORE COMPLIMENTS OF ELLIOTT LUMBER COMPANY W. W. ELLIOTT, Owner ' WE SOLICIT YOUR ORDERS: FOR Surgical Instruments, Hospital Suppli Kinds Building Materials Laboratory Equipment Lumber, Roofing, Cement, M Plaster, Lime, Briclc. Latlms, C ' ' and Mill Work BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA COMPLIMENTS I OF SPOTLESS CLEANERS CLEANING, PRESSING, AND ALTERING JACK LAMB, Owner O G' I. fait ADA 3 I BE fi . is WJ' Q' Y Q 'ml M w+-- , Y ,O 9 ef gg Lf' ' ' QA? , A 45 A L V A S C , O I er C7 Q Q1 QD X 'fo 5 - y., TALLEY: NIEKYHTE " ADAMS : 'I CHN'IBISfl'IEllVl cgrfk For the highest degree of Comfort Better Accommodations CIIOOSC HOTEL GAYOSO C. C. CARTWRIGHT Vice-President and General Manager REASONABLE jk Convenie t RATES , COFFEE Single, 2.00 up Pk sl-Iop Double, 2-50 UP X In the Lobby 350 ROOMS Finest Food at Latest Improvement X Tlnifty prices FREE PARKING IN GARAGE MEMORANDUM Z0 "Off, M5577 Qirnclsf- :fCNo field of endeavor offers a more glgrigus opportunity for enduring p b lic service, greater fi ancial re d richer happiI19SS th Zhou' th years to come than . . . LIFE INSURANCE This soundlY ZYOWIUS l ttutlon CMIS' sissiPPi owned and 0P9fat9dI is expand' ing, And we are seeking collegff graduates who are intelligent, enthtisl- astic, smcere and capable of developing ' to trained representatives with Pfoma' bl h d If interested, write f I e careers a ea . ug to arrange or an m erview. THE STANDARD LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF THE SOUTH Home Office, JACKSON, MISS. COMPLIMENTS OF Wyizzit Zatzararzomany Qrzi Zaziz YETZOFEW, oRzIz "SHINE MORGAN" Says: For good merchandise full weight and dependalule service D. CANALE 81 CO. WHEN IN JACKSON THE EDWARD HOTEL JACKSON, MISS. 4If5ffZ5': VISIT ., ,A EN -j. -1 V T H E E M P O R I U M ii Lg " I - - - - - 523 ., 'if ii- if fs,'51,fjrg' M1ss1sszpp1's L ead zn g 31: 'givggivfitiggiffjf A . 5 is Department Store zn gjj Q1 'PVV' the heart of the . . .,.. Cf1P1ff1lC1fr , .7ff?f'?fi?i7fi:?3 235 . 5 fi? 53 5553353153 g., t r , 4 . f?"' V IS ALWAYS READY TO SERVE YOU To Jacksonians "The Emporium" spells quality and fashion Good Coffee Shop Reasonable Prices EDWARDS HOUSE COMPANY, Prop JACKSON, MISS. ' J. D. BUCHANAN, President J. H. VEST, Asst. Secretary COMPLIMENTS OF OLE MISS DRY CLEANERS OXFORD, MISSISSIPPI H. D. WEBSTER COMPANY Featuring a Complete Line of Hart, Schaffner 86 Marx and Curlee Clothes, Stetson and Style Park Hats, Manhattan and Reigal Shirts, Co-Ed Dresses, and Nunn-Bush and American Lady Shoes OXFORD, MISSISSIPPI PRINTING FOR STUDENTS Dance Bids, Cards, Stationery, Programs, Tickets, I-Iandbills, and Everything in Printing Line That Students May Require THE OXFORD EAGLE LYRIC THEATRE A X ii ROBERT X. CBOBD WILLIAMS, JR. Owner and Manager OXFORD, MISSISSIPPI T. C. COLLAS 5 COMPANY HIGH GRADE FOODS COFFEE ROASTERS if Specializing for Institutions Gold Medal Flour MEMPHIS, TENNESSE WHERE QUALITY COUNTS LUCE PRODUCTS, INC. ASSOCIATED WITH LUCE FARMS Serving Mississippi with Vegetable Products GROWERS AND SHIPPERS OF PAPER SHELL PECANS I O MEMBER N.C.A. LUCEDALE, MISS RITZ THEATRE HOME OF SELECTED PICTURES X MOd6rHIStICaIIy Arranged FOI' YOLII' COITIIOIT and PIeasure OXFORD, MISSISSIPPI UNIVERSITY CAFE WISHES TO THANK EACH AND EVERY PATRON- We Take a PersonaI Interest In All Students and Student U Activities TOM AND SPIRO On the campus 13 years In cIotI1Ing, the three prime factors are V STYLE FIT . . . VALUE V You'II I:1ncI tI'1ese essen- tIaIs In aII suits. coats. sportswear and acces- sories at AIex LoeIJ's V ALEX LOEB, INC. KNIGHT'S I fewelers COLLEGE JEWELRY Fraternity Pins, Fraternity Plaques Gifts For All Occasions OXFORD, MISSISSIPPI OXFORD'S LEADING HABERDASHERY LATEST STYLES IN MEN 'S APPAREL BUFFALOE-HARMON BANK OF OXFORD OXFORD, MISSISSIPPI Organized 1872 Capital, SurpIus and Profits 083,000.00 B U D G ET S Oficers ARD esidenf J. K. MEADOW, Exec. President J. D'rec . . BROWN DEN GEO. Members F d I I C p AlN'T WHITE HOUSE CAFE Headquarters For OLE MISS STUDENTS In Oxford OLE MISS'S FINEST EATING PLACE COMPLIMENTS AVENTS DRUG STORE HOME MADE TR ALL CREAM I C E C R E A M We Appreciate Your Business OXFORD, MISSISSIPPI MEET AT AVENTS NORTH sms OF SQUARE TOMILSON JEWELRY STORE fewelry and Gifts WEST SIDE OF SQUARE OXFORD IVIISSISSIPPI Enjoy the Charm of the College Inn Lower Prices Than You Expect to Pay For Such Quality Food Dance at the Roof TOM AND SPIRO Phone for Special Parties-1 3 GOLF, TENNIS AND ALL ATHLETIC SUPPLIES The Finest Brands in General Hardware Fixtures, Tools, Cutlery H E L L PORTER HARDWARE COMPANY OXFORD, MISSISSIPPI "Trusted Thousands of Times Each Year" GATHRIGHT-REED DRUG COMPANY The Rexall Store Oxford, Mississippi FURR DRUG COMPANY Where Students Meet Drugs, Cosmetics, Candies. and School Supplies Phone 134 We Deliver OLE MISS STUDENTS You Are Always Welcome At MACK'S CAFE OXFORD FLORAL AND PLANT COMPANY Since 1925 "SAY IT WITH FLOWERS BUT ALWAYS WITH OURS" OXFORD, M1ss1ss1PPI ,lx Sf' Compliments to Q I LL f 1 - . Q ,, ll! vm- ,dv ,M l ,, OLE MISS gm: 'f Q 4 X7 W ' is 6 , cfaifso V Q W 4 fi . , f IRBY-HARRIS F lonst s gpm GUESS: BCROSBYIIME ADMINISTRATION rmvuzs THAT THE GI'-LS snovw BE ns BY ION'-'P P-H-3 No Maxi SPECIM- TFWN5 snwm mm, swpenn we onul one cw Pea U We Welcome You ssnesrgm up omcmo AT THE CoLLEGflNNs5T" Fears away: RSTAMPI so SHALLN. BE jr Located in Hotel Peabody MEMPHIS, TENN. cmrren STUDENT DEPARTMENT OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK Lyceum-First Floor SAFE-EFFICIENT-RELIABLE ALONZO WESTBROOK, Manager Your Business Appreciated Phone 73 PATRONIZE OUR ADVERTISERS L. G. BALFOUR CO. ATTLEBORO, MASSACHUSETTS Fraternity Pins and Fraternity Jewelry Class Rings and Pins, Invitations, Favors Trophies, Medals, Loving Cups Makers of Rings and Commencement Invitations for Senior Class of University Robert E. Lee Hotel JACKSON, Miss. From the time one enters the Main Lobby . . . with its soft tones . . .cozy . . . com- fortable lounges . . . one feels instantly at ease . . . in a friendly atmosphere . . . the same spirit prevails throughout the Hotel of M'5s'55'pP' Stewart Gammill Stewart Gammill, Jr. Representative E. G. President-Manager Assistant Manager Box 1072 Birmingham, Ala. OXFORD, MISSISSIPPI STUDENTS-When Furnishing Your Rooms or Fraternities Visit NOEL M. HODGE Located on North Side of Square Oxford, Mississippi INELATE MY EGU RULLO YOUR? ANIWQSEF g,'IIIfII I, , 4 IIT g.HfjlaLN' BABY- I LUVE IT-' WUNDERFUL,l , I-ETIIs QOIIHI HERE ' fl BUT lINIAIfE.A MIK t PREXY'5 ' -Q I A Q OFFICE . -.4 ' IQ ?I'IE'IfEI5'fII'If f, 4, J uf? E' HONEY. - H Q96-Iv UNE IN - 6, ' I lx ,f EVERY HOME Ci? I 'F I, BYIIIIOI 2 ll I C 197711 'I"!. , E' ' KT IILI I -L " h!f'1QiXg',1 PEQH' THIS BEHIND THE , HH ig DESK PRIVACY I5 I ITS WONDERFUL? ma SLICKI DANANDIRBY NIISQCOIVIE UP! on THE NERVE OF JOHN KIRK- TRYING TO HOLD rw HAND! 1 AVI THE MOST HANDSONE HHN IN BLACKSTUNE INN! A I YEA,VERILY,THE CAMPUS! ITS NICE TDI 3 HAVE A PETTY FIGURE! ATLASTVVE I FORPIED Your E MSE ME THAT I I I3 PIN' g f IJ . 5 GREA I TU BE A BIGSHOT! - UNIVERSITY CAFETERIA It ls Qur Desire To Please Every Student at Ole Miss I YOUR FOOD IS OUR CARE Special Dinners, Banquets, and Picnic Lunches J. AUBREY SEAY, MANAGER our 1938 Ofe .Miss gs ffm 15th consecutive edition of this annual puh- lication to he hound in a MOLLOY- MADE cover. The distinctive design and rich appear- ance of the cover piaces THE OLE MISS on a ievei with the finest Uni- versity yearhooks- Because of the durahiiity of its hinding it will continue for years to remind you of happy hours spent at Mississippi. THE DAVID J. MULLUY PLANT 2857 North Western Avenue Chicago, Illinois W - xx ,uf Q ., Y , 2' is .inf g 'iii ivviil-P RNA K i x Wfg X N , -x ati, CA:-eil' ,r ' 'ui 54 . ,F -,ij ' Q 'ic 1 'IAHN AND OLLIER AGAIN" H V ' g X Yi X? Mi ,I 1 N xl X xv vwisx NEIIXAI IX s 1 Z f Y ..i... Repeated acceptance by discriminating Year Book Boards has inspired and sustained the Jahn 8. Ollier slogan that gathers increas- ing significance with each succeeding year. 5 L F!-' Ill l."' 9 ll Q 0 U K F B' 1 as I' Q FHIIITIHG CUIHPAHY-1frl'IASHVIllE G 2- ul 0 Q 0 3 3 I 2- W Iliff I' 'Qgf Q 1 W ' 'Z 3 i 3' K' As, ' s Hz Cofielcl Again Presents MlSSlSSlPPI'S FINEST PRODUCT Working with the staff and the stuclents on this important undertaking has for us heen a genuine pleasure IF IT'S A QUALITY PHOTOGRAPH YOU WANT., LOOK FOR COFIELD f Uptown across from Colonial H otel Q We have on file all negatives made for the '35, '36, '37, and this our '38 book. You may order photos from any of these at your convenience All retouching Work on annual photos done by MRS. J. H. PATTERsoN, JR.,Fu1t0n, Kentucky niversity of Mississippi 1848 UNIVERSITY, MISSISSIPPI 19,38 The University is composed of the following divisions: the College of Liheral Arts, the Schools of Law. Engineering. Education, Medicine, Pharmacy, Commerce and Business Administration, the Graduate School, and University Extension. I Splendid facilities for general and specialized education are provided hy the Liberal Arts College and the Profes- sional Schools. SUMMER SESSION Six Weeks,Term .... June I to July 12 Nine Weeks, Term . . June I to July 30 Courses given in the College of Liberal Arts, the Graduate School, and the Schools of Law, Business Administration and Commerce, and Education LAW SCHOOL TERMS First Term ...... June I to July 12 -Second Term . . July 15 to August 26 Recreation-with the new swimming pool available for use during the Summer Session, along with other facilities and opportunities for relaxation to be provided, the recreational interests of students will be amply cared for. Expenses are very moderate either for the Regular Session or for the Summer Session. XOJOTECIQTZCVL We, the Editor and Business Manager, are grateful to the students for having placed us in these positions of responsibility. It is our earnest desire that we have lived up to your trust. We wish to thank the loyal OLE Miss staffs for having stuck with the task and for having produced the work when their assistance was all important. We appreciate the counsel given, the interest manifested, and the time and efforts expended by the Publications Council in attempting to make the book a success. To Mr. Ed Lipscomb, Director of the Mississippi Advertising Commission, we are extremely grateful. Without his assistance and without the pictures furnished by his Commission the theme of this book could not have been carried out. The contributions of the following parties were invaluable in the publication of this volume: Mr. W. A. Benson, Mr. R. G. Benson, and Mr. Joe Ledbetter, of the Benson Printing Co., whose designing, handling of details of printing, and full cooperation with the staffs could not have been excelledg Mr. and Mrs. R. Cofield, who did the excellent photographic work for this bookg Mr. Tom Cooksey, of .Iahn 66 Ollier Engraving Co., who gave his assistance in engraving and financial problemsg A The Management of the Mississippian, who cooperated with the OLE MISS throughout the year, BLUE KEY AND ODK Honor Fraternities, which organizations selected the 1938 beauties, The Management of the Times-Picayune, who so generously contributed pictures to the OLE Miss. To each of them we wish to express our appreciation. AN APOLOGY The several errors found in the Fraternity and Organization sections of this book are a source of deep regret to the Editor. The writer offers his humble apologies to those students whose pictures have been misplaced or omitted. The system used in compiling these pages consists of receiving lists from the various organ- izations, a revision of these lists by the staff, and an assembling of pictures from the photographers files. The almost inconceivable number of chances for errors along the line makes it a near impossible undertaking to avoid several mistakes or omissions. We ask for your understanding and forgiveness. Q 5 .1. 'R11J A L, J 'zz s ' ' Nw r"l . 1 ,, -V.-A M.,-"-'V.4..'I.""x .' 1 '1' ,'4 '-V 46 -.L 2 444-,.' 'L, A,I',M,V -hx . v 111, 4 , M ,,:' ,.V I' A'-. 4, 'r 4' V .K I-...-, , -I ,...,. ,-, -- " ' - . ' V' I ,Wg , 4 . .V ,,.., V 4 Ihflxv . V,. !---- 4 4 444' 0 44. .". 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