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N APPPIECI TIU To Ihe I938-'39 Cardinal Club the Edilor and Business Manager wish fo express appreciafion for ifs confribulion which defrayed expenses of padding ihe I939 OLE MISS covers. We Ihinlu Ihis is an improvemenl' over covers used in 'lhe pasl' by fhe OLE MISS. Membership of fhe Cardinal Club consisfs of fha following: 0 f f I C I ll S GEORGE ANDERSON . . ......... . . . 'Presidenl LEROY HIDINGER . Vice-Presidenl BAE KRAMER . . ......... . . Sponsor DEWEY ANTOON . T.C.BUFORD . . . CHARLES CRISLER CARTER DOBBS . . GUS GERARD . . HAROLD GODMAN LEROY HIDINGER . . ROBERT HUMMEL . . . P. W. JOHNSTON HUNTER McKENZIE DAVID PUCKETT . ROBERT REED . . NICK ROBERTS . . IRWIN SEBULSKY . DWIGHT STRAIN . LOUIS TRANSOU . FRED WALLACE . PETE WARREN . . EARL WIGGERS . MEMBERS . . Sfudenl Body . . Phi Della Thefa . . Kappa Sigma . . Bela Thefa Pi . . . . Sigma Chi . Sigma Phi Epsilon . . Kappa Alpha . . Della Tau Della . Pi Kappa Alpha . . . . . PhiPiPhi Della Kappa Epsilon . . . 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E.vcc11li1'r Sl3Cl'l7fI1l'J' GERALD W. CHATHAM .... Ll1BIlllT't7 Trustee RANSOM ALDRIGH . JOHN W. SAVAGE . . MEMBERS . Jackson 0 MISS MARTHA CATCHING ENOCHS . aclcson -I BELL GEORGE HAZARD . OSCAR F. BLEDSOE . . . Jackson JAMES HECTOR CURRIE , . DENNIS P. GRANBERRY . . . Hernando JAMES MCCLURE . . . Miclmi an Cir g Y MRS. SUSIE WALKER SMYTI-IE . . . Gulfport GEORGE B. WALKER . . ll31 TI-IE RT. REV. WILLIAM MERCER GREEN . . Jackson Jackson Columbus Greenwood Meridian . Laurel . Sardis Kosciuslco Sroneville PRESIDENT OF THE BOARD O xylrgfgi ixceffency GUVEHNUH HUGH L. WHITE by .pwrv---" 0 He 'HE' EHANEELLUH ALFRED B. BUTTS 'j ,.,....,,, :- If T. ,M GRADUATE BUILDING GEOLOGY BUILDING AT TWILIGHT ,WAYlUUWf THEHEB fa I ww ' .U 0.115 4'-' T? 34 1 Y . ' r '-af 'f ' " ' ' v ' , ' 0' . .'z'Q3'vA"'-. . .- V K 'J ' I Q1 ld, -' . -.- J K 1 'gf v M I Q7 ' ' f , J' -1 W ' ' 41i"V.' " ' p , -- j f? ' .."'.,4- , r,g 'ao . I 1 S, 'ri 5.4 -tar fr . Q, .ggi :ff If , 1 T312 1 , Q x J " J 1 f 'r' W. ' 'ff 'Q' svn .,, u ax - . g, mrs- ' wr .f A, 5. 9 4 '4 ' J 1 t I , ,Ff N if VJ R c.'.'Ps ' I I. Q v 1 .-1.5, ' , WHEA13 AMUNE THE STAND ULD ALMA LYCEUM COLUMNS IHLL3 E PULDED TEES HALLS 5 ff I 5 2 5, x A:,..,, in 3.r,-Q - Q . 1, ,JY .JL . , f -1, , -1 -- N H Q, i -' q' f.?r .1 .. Ji' ,J . V. ,U A.- , . , . vw, ' 1 f ILA., FQ, f s ' , .5- ' X k.' Pj 2 ' 1 f ' . f'P'1' ' ' S+ xr x-r f 1 f Q' r ,V I-z , Q- if as Rinn' r , .ov- Tfiv - w is .. , .4 ru ',, 1' 1 , 1- J. . 'T ' z5.:'f'3+x3' . THE CONFEDERATE MONUMENT BRA EHES BREEZE I T- -' s .rn LJLJJ: J.-X .l..n.JJ 7 f..Iff.J JI ., , ,, ,, " ' N'1'.""'Q'9if"'f 4' THERE ULE TU DUB .,., I . Q O . pix r MISS IS IIALLI E, IIALLI B HEARTS' PU U MEMORIES 'J 0 A , as 1... -5- 4 wx. N " :ri M' 'Y '-br-I., " af n 4 r ax .ws-X UITFIIIEIIS OF ADMINISTRATION ALFREDI-IUME B.E., CE., D.SC., I,L.D. Chancellor Emeritus o JAMES WARSAW BELL PH.B.,M.A. Dean of the Sclvool of Commerce and Business Administration O DAVID I-IORACE BISHOP A.1s., A.M., LL.D. Dean of the Faculty, Acting Dean of the Graduate School O VICTOR ALDINE COULTER B.S., M.S., PH.I7. Dean of the College of Liberal Arts hm W P'-H1 x""f'l --uw N was k O an 3 lil -V-gym f"'R-U1 .WWWW JBHUQVH FFIEEH OF ADMINISTRATIO FLOYD EMMETT FARQUEAR B.s.,M.A. Dean of the School of Education . BILLY SYLVESTER GUYTON B.s., M..-x., MD., OPH.D., F.A.C.s. Dean of the School of Medicine Q ELMER LIONEL HAMMOND PH.C., B.S., NLS. Dean of the School of Pharmacy LEE I-I. JOHNSON, JR. B.A., M.A., s.M. in CE., sen, Dean of the School of Engineering UFPIIIE F ADMINISTRATIO THOMAS CHARLES KIMBROUGH PH.B., LLB. Dean of the Sclvool of Law THOMAS ALTON BICKERSTAFF 1s.A.,M.A. Registrar o RICHARD MALCOLM GUESS B.s., M.A. Dean of Men JEFFERSON KOGER HAMM 14.3. Assistant Director of Athletics and Alumni Secretary 2. nil S UPPIIIEII5 OF ADMINISTRATION ESTELLA G. I-IEFLEY B.A.,M.A. Dean of II'ornen I-IUEY BLAIR HOWERTON B.S.,M.A. Head of tlne Department of Student Personnel LAURA T. MARTIN BM., BA., MM. Direftor of lI1usic HARRY J. MEI-IRE PH.B. Director of Athletics and Head Coaclr of Football WILLIAM CI-IAMBERLIN TROTTER B.S., LL.B. Financial Secretary of tlie University 'X I BLIEATIU EEUU EIL FACULTY MEMBERS DR. A. B. BUTTS Ex Qjfticio Cfmirman DR. D. H. BISHOP . Clmirman PROF. E. L. HAMMOND Clmfrmfzn Subcommittee on Yearbook , --' PROP. HORACE BROXVN Clmirman Subcommittee on Paper DR. C. F. DUNHAM DR. B. LOOPER MR. K. HAMM PROP. P. K. MCCARTER DAVID HORACE EISHOP Chailman PROF. JOHN WADE STUDENT MEMBERS ELLIOT DANZIG SIMEON F. KING JOHN L. EVANS FRED SHAW RICHARD WATSON I I King, Hamm, Looper, Wade, Hammond, Bishop, Bufts, Brown, Wafson, Danzig, Dunham, Evans, Shaw I , i l l .l I' . A lg IJSI I 'Il' ,. V We - '-,Qs . i , 'X sig., 1 1 .sg XXX , . as , s -M , . i i. .i ,.,,-rrff x"" .',,' '-'wij " ',5- ., ' W . MR. CLYDE L. HESTER MR. JEFF K HAMM DR. IKE C. KNOX President Secretary Vice-President All graduates of the University and all for- mer students who have attended the University as regularly enrolled students for two semesters of a regular session are eligible for membership in the associations The annual business meet- ing is held on Homecoming Day in the fall. At this meeting ofiicers are elected and other busi- ness is transacted. Mr. Clyde L. Hester, '18, Jackson, Mis- sissippi, is President of the Association, Dr. Ike C. Knox, '08, Vicksburg, Mississippi, is Viss- Presidentg and Mr. Jeff K. Hamm, '17, Uni- versity, Mississippi, is Alumni Secretary. Mr. 1291 Hamm's office is in the gymnasium, from which the activities of the association are directed. The President and Mr. O. B. Rogers, '17, Tupelo, Mississippi, are members of the University Ath- letic Committee, the President being an ex of- ficio member. The constitution of the Alumni Association may be found in the general bulletin of the University for 1928, with amendments made since that date being carried in the 1931 and 1939 bulletins. The Alumni News is the official publication of the association and is issued quarterly. -.--? NR Q Q X gs X X W X X 'fixff 'I X f?x N x"' :Xi ,SX t x W Q' X . .Xxx Q S N x 'Q' X mx xxxed 5 S ,....., ,XXX sese y ,,, a XxN.x,x .,.. , 3 XXSSSN-e S 9 .x.x.... x,N.x,.k , 4 A s KM if J Y XXX AA c,,t, 3 S. as .gs R Ni A at XX - A X N ,,,, X, xx XM . r: sex X . . . N if ' was ga x x -Y - - - - Reslgnatlon-that 1S probably the best to Qpplylig Qmttie shoes. There IS an 1mpat1ence w1th mere un- - - li ll ' 11 BA assc the stuclents, unfortunates 1n the1r own eielmatl n, wh 3 are Wof - A COUYSCS In f C - - an - - ' . ax Q b h " Th ' after completmg four years of college as lc, lgurn fo C390 ere sops, ecomes t e op1n1on. ere IS a - - - W' 2 - s e m S or c refr da wxth nothm to do 1n the further learnmg. They take specxal prlcl maf lmg o a ee YS g . , P iftgrioo -a s call the coop and talce a date to the show, how things were when they were m B. S how U n v, l x w1th elbows on the ground, contrary to the much more heinous the frosh are now t n how , , , , R, , ' r Q31 f e Umverslty, m the clrcle. The just walt they have to work now, and how they - . if S.C. . . . 1, fl it g of thls place. I have spent half my llfe up oys e1r ersure txme Then, too, the c rs f nothing? attitude Comes and goes mighty clead ive-awa It is re lete with hi h-s llll Ll 1 lf - - 8 Y- P S - ' - N L graduatlon nears and he reallzes that when . l xfix ji XX- ' cal and legal terms concernmg M. , ,, p n odd, the knock on the door is not the make t he Mayos and the Supreme Cour q C N F' Q E. F! 5' 2. v-1 2. 'J O H-1 g opport nity-rather, it is that wolf! L.aA. WYAH . . BILLY SPENCER , . , CLIFFORD SCHULTZ . FRANK HORTON . . MARSHALL LYNCH . . . President of Law Sclrool L President of Senior Law Class President of junior Lan' Class President of First Year Lan' Class up .cer, Sc hu President of Medical Sclvool Hz, Wyatt, r-iodon, fLynch not in picfurel X 1 I . P 1 I r-quo-...- lm D 1 11 , I if I 'X JOHNSTON COOPER ADAMS 1-ORINTH, Miss. Law .X If E, 'P A A Phi Sigma, M. A. K., S.: President of Freshman Class, Y. NI. A., 1. 2. 3, 4, 5, Treasurer Senior-,Y. M. C. A., . . if . l ' i International Relationship Committee, Student Dance Committee, I, 2. 33 Dr'- bating Team, Interfrarernity Council, Arrowhead, Latin Club. i, X PIERCE' IS. ALFORID PROGRESS, Miss. Lafw IVILL BEARDEN OKOLON.-X, MISS. Lafw K E, qw A dv M. o. A. K. S. ROBERT BONNEY ENTERPRISE, MISS. Jllrdifim' Z' A E, fl? X Senior Y Council, ,38-'39, Student Execu- tive Council, Medical Club. G. A. BYNLM LAUREL, MISS. Jllfdirim' E fb E, 'IP X B.A., Mississippi College, Graduate Assist- ant Anatomy, Honor Roll, '37-'38, Med' ical Club. SIDNEY CARLTON NEW' ALBANY, MISS. Law is O II, 4, A .i Sunflower Junior College, I, 2, Law Journal Staff, 4, 5, Note Editor Mississippi Law Journal, 5, Y. M. C. A., 4. 55 Award for best Note in Volume X, Law Jour- nal, 4g Laboratory Instructor, Legal Bib- liography, 5. EN ! JAMES A. ALEXANDER JACKSON, MISS. Lafw I K E, CIP A fl? ll Blue Key, B.S. Degree. XVILLARD BARNES MCCOOL, Miss. Iwrdicirlg A T A, ci: X -I.-XNIES P. BIEDENHARN VICKSBURC, MISS. , Lafw E X, CI? A CIP I 'A M. O. A. K. 5.9 "M" Book, 2, Intcr- N f fraternity Council. ,ffl .-, 4 f f M7 I i ',i3x'Q,,, 'LX' .. , 2 I I 1 . . ,-3+WKiL,1,iEAAi COLEMAN BRANTON . r I 'jf p VEQSQNQJLLE, Miss. ,f yrg' 1 H 1 'L-'rw E I ' 1 L Y I -ily' -igi'A,friB1c,OA1i,qJ.xqJ -liBlue:Keyg ilsixqetary Phi Delta Phi, 25 Asa . 'ff V sistant Edifdr Mississippi Law Journal, 2, , 77-!z'y,b3', Editor: Midsissippi Law Journal, 3, Y. f M. C. A45 Student Dance Committee, Pulpit, Z, Eat ' tive Council, 3g Vice-Pres- - ffffiuffr fidenfno '. 3' Secretary Blue Key, 3: 4 if l Honorikbllgivege-President Reserve Offi- .if '5 ,cess ,Plpsbdiationl 2751iiyl,'f1'f1'ff, 4 S' 'll . ..'1,fT'.Ef'1lxAf" I Lf 76?-9fJ7'5if ,ff I X' ff C ,i I CA VELLX ' I 1 I 1 Zfyi-19" I K0 hi ' , SS. ,ff i I! I X7 N jf X ,fjfme I A ' fli, I f , I 5 Q x1qf131,1I " 4, vfxeij? I lil 'M i,vi.l'wx 4 ' xxw My ' T! P irfl 25 Mixxixxipprurifi rsity 54 ' ' I i X ye 2' Interfraterniiy Cou I 2' is i I i A 1' batilg 'ILe3m I. fri-. I A I mapfsf I TPA f fl 1 fvf 1 1 I ' X lli ' i 'i .fig ,, LI' -4 Sf-.gg 1 I ,lx ttf., lim A ,-.' i,4'5,4, ra ,,-i lr! ix 53 A Y " : f -I I- f' f X1 'Sf' . is at I V . I S I , L. . - is if Bi V' O K I3 XI ' iff". 4253 "W-Is-f!4' E K X Zvi j.i1El0X'Eflf9D, ISS- ,Auf .ag-ggf'j.Qf v , Xl Iileff . I 'N -xi-N :Kr V. 'iii '. 1 fav A E, f K W X 'Wx-, ffi f IMA., 5 W, 5 hd, S ., I Ass AJIE - 541. , XJ: .fx-YQ, , N, . I N Q C -ff 4T'i',i -, 3 -.i- ,lpffggef 'Q' fl ff? f-Q I .ff 9 . i Q bf' X f:L7f??,f-'1'Gi?:L" E75 5255! V' f l A iff. I ' 1 . p f'?' ,i"'-Li" fl ' is 3 l321 ,ALM21,j:Li,' ,',g.f.'j g 5-,ASI Xfizffhg. ,I , ' 1 , .k6'Siff'f1f2Ef.2is2f?' 1,24 ff A ,ff-M 45M-f fa. .f--ffffy f, K- -.., ,L . . . fi- I mmf A X' -af ffiflffi -. 1- ' . L' +lW"X I gi", '4 'S ? I , 1' . 74 yfvvl fff' .5 Si Wf fregi- 'fu . Lusk- . . .. ff ffw E- t 3 1 TQENNETH M. CROSBY YVEST POINT, MISS. Law A K E, O A K Blue Key, Tau Kappa Alpha, Beta Zeta, M. O. A. K. S., Interfraternity Coun- cil, 3, Phi Sigma, President Student Body, 5, President Southern Student Ftd- eration of America, 6, Treasurer Sou.h- ern and Southeastern Division of INS!-IA, 5, Executive Council of NSFA, 5, 6, Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities, 5, Hall of Fame, 5, Pres- ident Senior Class, 4, President Debating Council, 4, Business Manager "M" Book, 4, Gym Dance Committee, 5, President Tau Kappa Alpha, 4, Vice- President Beta Zeta, 4, Student Employ- ment Committee, 5, Publications Coun- cil, 5, Athletic Committee, 5, Secretary and Sergeant of Band, 3, 4, Debating Team, 1, 2, 3, 4, Y. M. C. A., Vice- President "Y" Cabinet, 3, Dagger Points, 3, Arrowhead, 4. FLOYD NIILLARD Davis VAN VLEET, Miss. Medicine E fb E, dv X Honor Roll, '34, '35, '37, '38, Medical Club, B.A. Degree, M.S. Degree, Grad- uate Assistant Biology, '34, Scholarship Bio Chemistry, Vice-President Senior Medical Class. ,,.. ,fx,'EQ. CHARLES D.CKsQN Fil ,I LOUISVILLE, MISS! X j, X' , ,f . ,J . A ir- Lafw 3 -at f' XXX D--,2 . " 4: I CIP A 9, O A Ixl' ,',gPN'f,:,' Blue Key, M. O. AAQK. Council, Hall of 'Fame,,4-3 President, 4, Treasurer, ,',3,'fifPresidei'iti.. Omicron De a Kappa, 4v,,,Haivjnan Inigif 1 f f r to 5 .C tfe:'fs,f,1: X0 er ra ernil W' My f M Vwf' ' K f 2 Y- ...' ,--rim. KATHERIN -.-FQNTAILNE 5,13 CLARKSDALE, igixssfi' 'I f? J itz.-fzififif !,,,-gil ,js f 4, 'Tl HANUM G.Aliiti,N-Eijfff, If ,i .5 ,fl 1,1 , , GLJLEPOR1, is's,'T.wy ' f ' Law '- S A E, fi: A ,rf-ft-Qi Q J, . T-,fab 143, wx.. f., , ' Tau Kappaagygiai.PGgSigiiiap'l.9t1pbag,-B51-x. -- Degree ,--ntitiisf iiiversifyi , f' F13 '- 5, ,W .'f,,.r - , 1. I 'f!,ALEX 1f,,Li.fiM,,jfRf.,f.,any-fs, f I ff! 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La!!! if X 9514, f 7' "VY fl!1Xll ??"f ""1"t 711522 37' ,V 'fffl 1, I ll fff 'r 9' ', I ff 'f,, 5 ft I lf 'WJ 0 Qyffgx fx, , 'tx lijbtfyfi S E N I D ,fmef K :f,'fZ,f,.f,4 --" "nl-call xl iyf Xkfifgjgjz sf:-.2 .l ' X 3" . i331 3 J? ll I I ELLIOTT RALE1OH, DANZLC, ROLLING FORK, MISS. 4 ,I Lafw 'IP IS TT, A K Tau Kappa Alpha, Blue Key, President Stu- dent Body, 6, President Interfraternlty Council, 5, Vice-President Interfraternity Council, 4, Business Manager Missis- sippi Law Journal, 6, Assistant Business Manager Law Journal, 5, Debating Team, 2, 3, Secretary Tau Kappa Alpha, Treasurer Omicron Delta Kappa, Track, 2, 3, 4, Boxing, Secretary "MH Club, Seni9l' "Y" Cabinet, Atheneum, Execu- tive' Council, Faculty-Student Committee ' fonvj Fraternities, Student Employment -Committee, Publications Committee, Ly- ceum Program Committee, Chi Omega il Social Sciences Award, Chairman Inter- 'il fraternity Dance Committee, Gym Dance Xl Committee, Graduate Instructor in Psy- chology, Who's Who in American Col- leges and Universities, Varsity Show. lHlOXYARD DYER GREENVILLE, MISS. La-w tb A F, 11: A A Davidson, 1, 2, Treasurer Frashman Law Class, President Junior Law Class, Chief ,lustice Blackstone Inn. JOHN B. FARESE OXFORD, Miss. Lafw Boxing Team, Law Journal Staff, "M" Club. GEORGE F URR OXFORD, Miss. Medicine President Rho Chi, Treasurer Medical Club. ONY'X GARNER PONTOTOC, MISS. Mrdirinc H K fb, qw X l.lf'IARY CARUTHERS GHOLSON HOLLY SPRINGS, MISS. Lafw qi A A Secretary Tassels, '38, '39: Secretary and Treasurer Law School, '38. DANIEL PENICK GHOLSON HOLLY SPRINGS, MISS. Lafw -If B K, fr: A A XVOODROW VVILSON HEXN'lTT.s sUMMn', Miss. XX Lafw HL'RlJ HORTON, JR. GRENADA, MISS. ,Medicine H K A, 43 X CLAUDE A. JACKSON F 2 i I . CLAUDE VV. GUICE 1 FAYETTE, Miss. ! Lafw 1 II K A 5 i B.A. University of Arizona. i , , i ! 4 1 Y FRANK CLARKE HOLIXIES, JR. Q HERNANDO, Miss. 1 Lafw ' E A E 9 "M" Clubg Baseball, 1.2, 35 Y. M. C A., 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 65 Monitor, 5, 65 Her- , mean, 2. t 'Hg' f. i , V ,4, ' I! 1 - P' L. 93 2 S .5 9 7: E 3, -A an 'G' :H 77 m Z '1 I! 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J .r ,Q ffaffff fn" ' ' i i ,VIOLA LEE JAMES GULFPORT, Mlss. Lafw 4 HAM 4 V, If 1, 7 3' ' 4TaSsel's:"Pixg Chairman Forum Committee of N 5 YJ W. C. A. ' r u . , , 1 ii 1D RIARSHAL LYNCH OXFORD, MISS. .W1'dic'inz' President of Medical School, ,lolz BURGE RIITCHELL CORINTH, Miss. Lafw fb A Kb l . l BS. from Mississippi State. JACK lx'ICDILL JAcKsoN, Miss. D Lafw K A fi. Q! 1 X Y fl ,X-'-'m ' 5 sr Q57 'XX D I 52.3, l ,, xv., if N, -F-1, 5.7 ' 1' f yi: NVILLIAM DuNN'1cA4,QT3TVlf2'Q XM ,Q A! XX ,f'4,, ,Cf 753. 0sx'KA Miss. xl- fl V11 , 'sf ' ., ,V ,I Aff-' if Q V2 QW., .f fax ,ff 7 Lafw ,f -. Xgl,4f!f XNXXNZ' Qx xr' X41 9 K N A is '---f-N f'T7':'1, XY .fff 5 :-T-'D-ii 'Viv 43'-'f L ww' ffl? 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Nl C, A., ,383 Hall of Fame, '3?'lg Klan- ager Ole Miss Football Program: .Hrs- xissxppmn Staff, l, 2, 35 Annual Staff 3, 45 Dagger Poi v:s. Gm. HITE RICLEAN BLAINE, Miss. Lafw fi, A 9, 111 A A Nl. O. A. K. Sq Interfrarcinity COUl1KllQ Glee Clubg University Chorusg Y. Nl. C. A. NEVILLE PATTERSON MON'I'lCEl,LO, MISS. Lafw ROBERT E. PERRY Risxzi, Miss. Lafw 21 X, 111 A Q Tau Kappa Alphag Glee Clubg Debating Team: Interfraternity Councilg B.S,C. Degree. ' ' 41 M x t . I I ROSERT D. PORTYVOOD Q GREENWOOO, Miss. I 1 Law A 412.39 l l Glee Club. 1, 2, 3: Y. M. C. A.. l, 2. 3, 4, 5, Golf Team, 5. SHELBY ROGERS NENVHEBRON, MISS. Laiw E X Y. M. C. A., Slate B. S. U. Presidcnr. Q ' ROBERT H. ROLLINGS PIATTIESBURG, MISS. Lafw K E, fit A A Q Inrerfraternity Council, M. O. A. K. S.: N Glee Club, Treasurer Senior Law Class, Senior "Y" Cabinet. A XVILLI.-XM SHARPE l , COMNTH, Miss. i l Lafw K E l Cadet Captain R. O. T. C., '38, Reserve Oiicers Association Award, '38. I JAMES BARRY SMITH MACEE, Miss. Medirinc HK A, OAK,fI1X President Liberal Arts School, '36, Med- ical Club, '38, '39, President Phi Chi. '38, '39, Gym Dance Committee, '35, '36, '37, '38, Publications Council, '36, Scholarship in Anatomy, '38, Scholar- ship Pharmacy Department, '39, Her- mean, '33, '34, Y. M. C. A., '35-'39, B.A. Degree. BILLY SPENCER JACKSON, MISS. La-w Millsaps College, '33, '34, Band, '35, '36, Cardinal Club, '35, University Players. '35, '36, Collegians, '35, '36, Missis- sippians, '37, '38, President Senior l.aw ' , Class, Law School Council, Senior "Y" Cabinet, Musical Club. l JAMES VVILLIAM PRICE OXFORD, MISS. l Lafw EAE,fIvAfI1 FRED M. ROGERS PORTERVILLE, MISS. Lafw K A 'Que JULES A. SCHWAN BILOXI, MISS. Law K K XI' ,JOEL A. SIMPSON, JR. iviccms, Miss. ,...,,,. 'Mfdiczne -,KEJIIX , Secretary Medical Club . GORDON- SM1TH- - SIDON, Missi J , ,,.t R. is-en' i. .N ' 1 ', ffQBa5eb..i1,V2, z HM" Club, fy , ,fuior Law Class. Cxgq-g,P"l" 1 f 1 : ,A A .. , 1 . . ff , f v A. Al ' .N X . Q . . X T'i,'i.N X ii 3 1 X ' Rx X, ' , 1 f. vw, i X 'I my ' NE-' i . ,. ENIOIQSPP K 4 B.S. from Mississippi State, Band, 5. 'x Tfeasuiel Se ' 4 i if I I X 4 .uf ASA G. STRATTON LIBERTY, MISS. Lafw FRANK IQIMB.-ILL TATUM TUPELO, MISS. Nffdififll' II K A, fb X A Medical Club BILLY TOWNSEND KOSCIUSKO, MISS. Lafw Elf JAMES ASHFORD XVALLACE MEMPHIS, TENN. Mrdifirzz' J, f zAE,qwXf B.S. from Unfiwiersityj of "Virginia, JOHN XVATKIISIS 11 QUITMAN, Miss." M1-divine ' S 41 3' f f Medical Club. , f 2 1 K. Iwflk ',,.g lg ,J 1 Y 7 L. WYATT f 1 A ',CLiN'roN,. Miss. I f ,X ,A V ,fl f Law I 3 I 1 'J ,f ' 5, ,' f President of Law Schoolg Pgesideni of Phi If , J Alpha Deig. 3 If j , f2Qi?',f ff C, if f V, ' l- --'- cn. f',' My X 1122451 0 4, fi fl ' . ff , .j42if2! :X ' 'FYI , if . I 421357 , Eh ' J. ,ff ' Kewl. J 1 X6 557 I 'A .W 1' ,J I lv 1 l H x V t X s" 1, c.: L- N I DAD U71 I BRYANT S. SXYINIJOLI. SIAII' SPRINGS, MIQS. I zllnliz ilu' Tres:-urn of Frrshnman Nic-dual Clnsag Vu:- Prealdent of Medical Club, 'SH '39 Moxrzfnz T.'XTE TH IGPEN PIC.-XYKNE, Miss. Law II K A hlxsxlxxlpplan Business Staff l. 2. 3 4 XVM. BIQRNELL XVAITS LELANII, MISS. Lafw RIIRIAM XVALLACE BILOXI, MISS. Medifine X Q Secretary Medical Class, '37-'38g Medical Club. J. DAVID XVILLIANIS PELAHATCHIE, MISS. Law II Ii A 1939 E M SS UNDEIQC ASS JAKE ABRAHAM . ..... . Port Gibson, Miss. Lafw, II ' BENJAMIN ADAMS, JR., fb A 9 ........... Grenada, Miss. Lafw, I Band, 1, 23 Glee Club, lg Golf Team, Rebel Business Staff. Kr JAMES Al.P'ORD, K A ........ ...... M cComb, Miss. Lafw, I Annual Staff, lg R. O. T. C., 1, 2, 3. I NVILEY Al.LIS'l'0N, E A E ........ . . Florence, Miss. Lafw, I ' DAVID ANDERSON, JR., H K A ....... . Newton, Miss. Lafw, I Mxsfixsipptan, 1, Nl. O. A. K. S. SPENCER BARNES, K E . ........ . Belzoni, Miss. Medicine' B.A Degree JOHN BEQRER, ZZ A E, A 22 ,... , Jackson, Miss. ' H Lafw, I 4 l Honor Roll. FRANCIS Bow1.iNG, A T535 0 K ...... . Newton, Miss. 'll 3 - f- N Lafw, Il J I' rt .Vg M. O. A. K. S. YQIV1. CNA., Bandgf Chairman of Interfraternity Dance Committee, 1 Chairman of Deco tion Committee, Executive Dance Committee, Floor Committee: Inters I fraternity Council,irLalv.i1ll,loi731al,StaHg Secretary of First Year Law Class, Treasurer of Senior - Y, Y. M. C. A.g Beta Zeta. Oi.LiE D. BRAME, A ........ . Jackson, Miss. ' lf Lafw ll 1 ! Q ' M. O. A. K. S.g Y. M. C. A.fj'1'Ifg'2, 3, 4g Interfraternity Council, 3, Interfraternity i Ufpf' " Committee, 3. H RANDALL BUBQHAAM, '11 K il' . . . . . Swan Lake, 'Miss. ts53,.,Q,efjs,--.226 sf Lafw, I M GERALD Bonfiovgljgn., 2 A E,..,OfQ K . . . . Tunica, Miss. . s- -A A fY"tVxLt1fLlf 1 li J' .E-1 "-' .ffl Q. ,,YfH.t,,3' ' . GEORGE Bu1'EER,.,-islkgpi,-'Q -Iggy: .... . . . Jackson, Miss. J Lafw II . XX ' . 1 ' , Cardinal Club,.-15. L,1g.1iiya3sitgt,,Players, 2g Mixxixsippian, 1, Z, 3, 45 Honor Roll, Assistant fi 'li,'- 9 --.XEdi:or of Law journal. BiLLi' -ff . ff?-.gtk .... . . . . Canton, Miss. A il Lafw I is 1 J MRS55-,S'ARAH..Cljl'ALK . -gig. .... . . Brookhaven, Miss. R3 A-if K R ' 7'tLafuJ, Il Vlflligl.-YM Conlllsii . . . . Myrtle, Miss. K ' 1 11 lllilliliiilklfb CQIELICNSQQI K fir i . . . . . Shannon, Miss. ,l 4" 'Zz' ggjxlallflnlf, Jof,,19fA-sin, .,A, ng1r,A . . . . . . . . Oxford, Miss. i J Q-1.iZ,llTU,II Mmmippi.m,,7lg N2,iQOLilE Miss, 45 figs.-agitant Manager Student Bank, 3, 4, Vice-President 1' V, '-.v .x -,luniorfiloaw Class. ARTHUR A K E '. . . . . . Greenville, Miss. 5.3 fi, li fine THoM.AslfDyuigs,..iS fl? E . 'ff . . . . Van Vleet, Miss. Cardinal'iCl'i:bg,Secretary Xildiffreasurer pfilnlerfraternity Council, Dance Committee. i Atoms ickson, U,R,fKhA,xa"z' sig .... . . Jackson, Miss. l ' ' sf: x "4 . if: 1 '. 'J -. Fqfw, .riff Boxi ',"U7g llflissigiflgf n-Staff, . C. A., '37-'38, Phi Sigma. JOE EDDINS. l. . lg . . . Rosedale, Miss. . . ' , t-N 1 g, E Joim W. EVANXLJ. 'I . '.C. ,l 1 .,'A.,A,,ff:..-,,Q . . -.jg n, Miss. i .A A , ,': ..M lcigu' asia' - V I JOHN EwiNr:, A T A flflli . . l. 's.,fii.5?'.l',l'ickshug, Miss. , 1 5' M dqfi' fJfg?g.,V'f'13,N . N, , ,. . ' l f l '71 l I . V5 UIUAM FEDRIC, - A l af - -Lvl .s12:sifgEs42P " . fgcf -iff?-,lfliharlesto J, iss. mf A toss -. l . , l , fa , ikib . ,NX ll Boxing Manager, 33, Inter rae ity Council, ll, 35g,,9:,l-n. QQCW-nm, E, 3iQ 5 Annual St , , gLaw journ QEAA15 , Sf If ri. KJ' we gvfi .stint-lang' -32 il f We rv? 335- ' i UQ N J Il A li 1 11 Ai? A K xi lqlrvf -1 ' A ' fif 1 :v'.r A i ,fs n A 'A , "4 155, 'sis if - 5 2 A . mi , AQ . .. s Vs . f V.-i ..-, .mlxaif I XX ai- :rr Q 'Elii 5. "Qi'.:f' f1q+i'QL-'f NL if A ff Vs f1f"'Q 'A ,Ji ' ' i "-'- i fill.15i5'f3'-2s?f"-?"v"f' '3-'iii' 1 1' ' ' f ' ' Q 'N 'H il f- ' -'71'.,1f,'j,::.f- , 'Q' "1 . D N ,, ,x?'iY"X:.'iixi1':it-1' -A ' ij ' Q 3 'iigf-lf: -1- .:.'ig1:are..2fyk e- , if og 5, ' A ri Q U D E DC AS G. B. FLAGC, H K A . ..... . . Gulfport, ' .Vrdiurzr 4 RICIIARD BRENT FORMAN, JR., df A 9, fb II E . , . Natchez, l Lau, I l I President of Scribblers: Y. Nl. C. A., Senior Advisor of Phi Eta Sigma: Director of S man Stunt Nightg Honor Roll, President of Classical Clubg .llumnppnux Staff. '35-K36 Eta Sigma Phig Sigma Gammag Blue Key l JOE FRIEND, II K 111 .......... . . Sardis, l Q Lau, ll I Nl. O. A. K. S.: Interfraterniry Council. . Nils- Bliss Fresh Miss Ala Miss Miss Miss Miss Bliss Nliss Xllss Miss '36, Nils: Nhss Nlis Miss Nliss lxllbi Key AIIES. Miss Miss Mlss. 1 il JOE M. G.XRRETT .............. Hay Minette, qi 1'lIt'dic'fl11' 'f BERTIIA MAE GIPSON . .... . Meridian, 4 Lau, I 5 .ALEX GORDON, JR., K A . ..... . . . Jackson, i .Ufditilzf I CHARLES l'l.-XINES . .... . . Meridian, I Lau-, 1 ' A I DAVID HALEY . .... . Utica, , Illfdifill - ELSIE HAMILTOX, X Q ......,. V . Jackson, 2 Llllif, I 'fe l GEORGE STUART HAXDY, fb A 9 .... J . Natchez, l Lau-, 1 A . l TKA Awardg Secretary of Sophomore "Y' Cabin.t!. Qv V-' i 'PAUL HARRISOS ............ F . . ."fElli'sx-ille, I Lau, 1 f A JIM HENDRICIQ, A T . ..... . Lem 'Miss llrdztxm' Honor Roll 38 LOLIE HOPhlNS, A T A Lula Lasu I an 38 Ixssnxlppx Staff 3 38 Interfraternity Cannell, exas U ISR-XNK HORTON H It A bremch Lafz., I O A K VS ILLIAII HLEE Forest Lat.. I CLADE HLGHES X fir H Corinth Lai., I Annual Staff Rebel Staff Band Beta Zeta! ROBERT Jxcksox, ls 'S ,Cleveland Law.. I Jous JOHNSON . . . Qbtateirivlsland, N. Y Lam., I ,J ' , ' Aj? A V' Rebel Art Staff Treasurer of Cathtflitfclub' ' i " It CLRTIS Joussox, N 0 A s . . J. . .' fix Lau., 11 --..- -. . -4 7,1 - :ds qu- Kappa Alph-'fffif' ' P-XLL Jonxsox JR F I .... ' . . Hattiegburg Lau-, II I - '-'A . . , Pl'ESld2hI Student Body 4 '32 Pres en ,pi-na . Nl. C. .' VifeQPresident Sopho more Y Fre.hman Football e'nI ager 'Baseball ' 'A kH'erinean' Blue Dagger Points. Y' Y -. , RMMOND KIMBLE, X "' . . .i Q .I Greenville IJ! .. ,SLLAEON I' kno JR? It AN . . . . . Pelahatchie ig Lau IO!-IN KUxRENDB,Lf Ij.'w,if0Nj I . . . . Charleston ,fb ' Lau, II Buslness anager of Rebel j XWRAM I ADYER JR ...... . Ripley srff t 'L' 'iii' iii "iA'.',"i .I Zi' liz"-J"Ns.'f?,fl5fi' X' u:ffp22f"w '..f 1 1 n ffff. .,,. if f I X I 39 fxg 5 f "fl Xff ,Q fx, -ff 5- Aa xf 1939 DLE M SS C2 l I V 1 I I 4 FV-2-Y 1 I I I I x l I 1939 LE M SS UNDEIQC AS jOHx LANGSTON, fb X . ..... t Newhebron, Mrdifine Medical Club. MARvxx LATHRAM, Z A E . ...... . . Maccn, Illfdirirzf HAROLD Lavixe, lb E I1 ....... . . . Clarksdale, Lafw, I I Winner of Freshman Declamation Contestg Debate Team. '36g Treasurer of Freshman 3 4 Y Nl C A I 2 3 4 Glee Club, '36-'37g Band, 1, 2, , 5 . . . . , , v 1 - CHARLES LONGINO, A K E ........... Clarksdale, Lafw, I Bsnd, 1, 25 Annual Staff. TROY MASHBURN . ...... . Lafw, II JEROME TNTAXVVELL, I X . .... . Lafw, II TKAg Debating Teamg Y. M. C-V. 3 Vice-President elations Club. CHARLES MITCHELL, JR., K A nua' . . . . , igf.w,,.1fff,.f DAv1D MCLEAbi,hK A ffl .' .... . li Ilflrdirifze 'fl ,. X B.A. Degree. BxLLY NEVLLLE,-K A Lau II Interfratermty Council Fgculty Student Committee ELLIS PARKER K A 1M1d1c1ne JOHN PENNY Lau I HOVVARD PIGFORD Z A E Lam I . . Pelahatchie, Frczhman Law . .Drew, Class, lnrrii . . . .Starksville, Meridian, Meridian on I:l'3fEl'l"llt1E5 3nd 50l"J If Laurel Pontotoc Russell VVALSER PROSPEREL A T19 Y' ....... . Washington, Lafw M Club Executive Council Mmzmppmn Staff 2 3 4 Annual s ff M. O. AL: K. S-.yi Tennis, 1, 2? 3, 43 Football, 13 Gym Dance Decorating fra Interfraternixry Dang Committee, .3,,4g Interfraterniry Council: "M" Book Staff itor Mzmfnppmn 4 Y M C A 1 2 3 4 5 6 Treasurer of Sen r Blue Key BxL1gYsQu1NNi K 23 Lafu. I HAROLD ROBERTSON K E fb X Y Mrdifzrze LIaE'ROcERs, K A Mzdzrxne R. g5H1RREi.L I Rooms, E, A E Mfdlflnf ROBERT ROYCB, A T Q, QI, X Mfdifzne Smxxr SANDERS, IB 9' II Lafw, I CLIFFORD' Scuvtrz, ,dv Iigl, IBA dw N' Lauxl Jac sen Cormth New Albans Eta Sigma P1-n President junior Law Class YVILLIAM , SHEFFIELD, ii? ,XX q Medzfme DAN Snrrfmsdgi F -O A K, an II 2, -If A 41 Lalw, II Q Jackson Isola Sidon icltsburg Jackson, Okolona President of Phi ii Sigma: Piiisidenqs A Clili: Point: ,. r of S Miss. Miss. Miss. Class, Miss. Miss. Miss. at nnal Miss. Miss. Miss lss Miss Miss Miss n ttee N ws Class M1 s Iss Miss iss M s Miss Miss Miss Miss ODK Honor Roll, 1. 23" enior "Yup Assista , Busines Manager.ofsl..aw Joulinalg, e-President Freshman Law ass- Blue Keyg Wino s Who in American Elniversifi! and olleges HANSFORD L. SIMMONS, E141 E . . . M, ..f.f:,.,,--. i cCOmb, Miss aw, I Beta Zeta: President Tau Kappa A pha. 3' Debafiiij-rffeiarh, 1y'2, 35 Band. 1, 2, Glee Club 1 2 3' Tr asurer lee ClubV2 ..,' 3L'Pfesidenr " 'versity Chorus 2 Pump Sixcufv . . . . QV. . .7i'.,a,COlumbiaQMiss.'D1 Law,l X R mv' f'r-s i401 . ' i ,NN CX Sk xgfax f--4 JR:- X.. 1:4 if . , S' I ' ' :I X ' ' ' .Q r tes. ' L cs '3 '. , . . .rj bf: .... . .... , M -- . .vfg , it. lf. I: . . . . . . - . , 1. vi., tj Q ' . L' Y I v , . 4. . . . . . . , iff. ss- I ' 1. V : ' .V ' Y' H1 D .4 V: ' U II I 'L " 4-' ' "ig ' ' ' ' , 1, , , g Cta , 1 2 3: 2- I -1 i tn' - A . I. , Ed' . ,Q 9 . .K ., . , , , , 9 10 : A Y I . . , . T .... . . k., , "- ' . 5' ' "X, ii . . . ? X1 'K' X' 5 1 - ' . " r l X ,' .... . . , M . I. . . . . . . 4 . isx. i S ,. L11 - . N . . . ,gy . . . . . , ', . . . . V' ' , i, - ' 55' V - 5 . ' f f .I : is . .' . . 'L' . l N .X v . X R - , E is ., . iffis.. ..... ' '- . X 1 x ji . . ,, 1... ' - - - - . J' fif' 2' W S151 L 5 S ' ' J. XX , L ' ,QQ ss 1,2 . W N xi p 71: 2 VX I X I 1 i ' , ' ,5-L! if ff:-f'..R,'l . lk, . ij 'D y ll l , w L Aff:-,--?,.j X L I , . D rs , . 3 K I. . , . . , , v . , . , 4 G ., , z , Um I . . 3 l i, , f . ff L 1 L - - , 2 A i a i A . L. .f , 5 W Q ,L It . ,Sa N K . 'ts f 4 1 l ,X ', 5 rl ,M S' 4' Xg7'lf5vxN' ,L h ,tv-mpg,-R'h4f1, X, f'-as 'fe "' T' 0 N A ix. Al. XL, .-.- f fb. , . 3 ' N' .f' f' Z . V ' Nj, f -A H . 1.1. 1 D S' .s-V , 1 sf' ,.: - rx -V.-1, h 5 Wi A '14 5, xfif s R N ww! lf.. .MZQ Xk,,,,s'.s3!'4J ff , X xxx :JY rv., N il 2 Y x .. L' i. jf gg? L sf 7, , .a as ' If -Ii-il 3 ,. 'I 4pl'1.'-""l- X r'lEi ,TT"l' l ' " ' .. 1 is -:lil il T .- ' ' I xv 'X is-ALL X Us -A - 2.225 ' "1 X 'Q 1, s " s , y, .94 ,gg E A. fs- Bk W . "".l'Nj N EDC SS EDGAR STEPHENS, JR., 2 X, 111 A 1D ....... New Albany, Miss. Lafw, II Phi Sigma, '35-'36, Erskine College, '34-'35, Band, '35-'36, Glee Club, '37, University Chorus, '36, '37, '38, Miixrsxippian Staff, 335-'36, Treble and Bass, '35-'36, S.nior "Y" Cabinet, Mississippi Law Journal Staff, '38. PIIINEAS STEVENS, K A ............. Jackson, Miss. Lafw, I RAI' M. STEWART . ..... . Picayune, Miss. Lafw, I Honor Roll, '38. CHARLES M. SUDDUTII . ..... . . Tupelo, Miss. Lafw, I SAM SUGG, B 9 II . ..... . Calhoun City, Miss. Mt'diL'ilIE CHARLES TRAYLOR, H K A ..... ...... B iloxi, Miss. Lafw, I Tau Kappa Alpha, Band, 1, Vice-President Sophomore Class, Y. M. C. A., l, 2, 3, 4, Interfraternity Council, 3, President Junior Class, Business Staff of Misrrrsrppian, 3, Business Staff of Annual, 2, 3, 4, Debating Team, 2, 3, Secretary of Phi Sigma, 3, Secretary of Tau Kappa Alpha 3, Interfraternity Dance Committee, 4, Busigqs Staff of Rebel, 4, Busi' ness Manager of University Players, Catholic Clubf' li., 2, 3, 4. FLETCHER VEAZEY, K A, fb A LID ...... ,. 1'-, Coldwater, Miss. Lafw, II 0 . Assistant Editor Mississippi Law Journal, l38, 0. A. K. S.,"37, Y. M. C. A., '35, '36, '38' ' ' ROBERT VVILSON WALL, JR., C11 A 9, O A 11,5111-A 'P , .... Boyle, Miss. Lafw, II ' I Qi Blue Key, M. O. A. K. S., 4, Editor 1937 OLE MlSSQvAf,hh3l Staff, lf,?,2,X-,Misrixxippian Staff, 1, 2, President Liberal Arts School, 4, President Blue Key, 5, Debatingiffeam, 1, 2, Student-Faculty Lyceum Committee, Student Publications Council, Monitor, 5, Interfraternity Council, 5, Interfraternity Dance Committee, 3, Secretary Y. M. C, A.,5 2,-Vice-President 'Y. M. C. A., 3, Y. M. C. A., 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, Executive Council, 3, Dagger Points, 3, Arrowhead, 4, Who's Xwho in American Collegesrand Universities. CARL WALLACE, E A E ........ gif '.' f .x.fGulfpOrt, Miss. Lafw, I ,, -" f f WILLIAM VVARNER ......... . ,f f '. Grenada, Mies. M rd icine i 1 1 A ffj., JOE C. VVASHINGTON, A T A ...... X. . . , . Memphis, Tenn. Lafw, I I ' ' , Cardinal Club, Business Staff of Mississippian, '36, Ph,i,-"Sigma, '36-'37. DAVID VVATERMAN, lb H E, H K II . . . . lf. Qreenwood, Miss. Lafw, I beta Zeta. V RICHARD L. VVATSON, K A, 0 A K . . . . . . Columb'us,.,Miss. Y La-w, I f , Blue Key, News Bureau, 1, 2, Business lvlanager "M" Book, 3, Business Mmager MI:- Imippian 4' Debating Team I 2' Y M C A 1 2 3 4' Representative to Missisi I- .. , SPP Legislature from Lowndes County, ,36-'40, Who's Who in American ,Colleges and Unie versities. ERSKINE WATKINS VVELLS, A XII, A E H, 0 A K . fjfjigzksoii, Miss. Lafw, I :lf Blue Key, Phi Sigma, 1, Z, 3, President Phi Sigma, 2, Y. M. C. AA., 4, President Y. M. C. A., 4, Track Manager, 1, Z, Mixsrxrippian Staff, 1, 2, ,3jfffnteQfI'atern.ity'Dancie Committee, 3, Gym Dance Committee, 4. f , EDVVIN B. VVERKHEISER, A T A ..... Plliiiacielphia, ,Miss M fdzfzne 41. 42 , E. F. WHITE, JR. ..... . . . . Medicine .' f JOHN W. WHITTEN, B 9 ..... !,.'ff', . Miss. fffx., Ldfw, ll 'Q I , 52?-'Q' M. O. A. Ic. s., iqIqb,7Y. M. C.5,A.,nI, 2, 3, 4, tffhifsigma. f,"7'f. a, .',p . CHARLES CRAWFORD VVI LIAMs,i,E,,A E, fb H -2,412 A fir .g Okolona, Miss. -- .f "'sLafuJ Il j'i,.'gf ' 1 l ff i PL, Baseball: we "ali, J THOMAS MARVIN ?V61LLrAMsg,P,,, '.'fQ,,f. . . .,,Le5tington, Miss. 'A iizhnflld I f ' ,i Q ' Q ,i Pi Kappa, Delta. 7 ' ' , ' ' f ', 1 l ,' ' , , E. B. WILLIAMS, JR., II KAff I1 . . .,gl. .kfw.f'PoplarvIlle, Miss. f 1 I E . -- J-"X f'-I f ,,,.,ff',,yI2afzu, I M: I JQ,sEbPH L. WILSON, -AMX' A7 'I ..... . Colorado Springs, Colo. 5 , 3' f, A. Illcdicinc MYDHLETON Lisiywoqiwgs, Jil., A if .... . Columbus, Miss. L19 . "5il1'.?fHf:" Lafw. I1 Z " Interfrateri-iity Colincilf L32, Assistant Editor Mirxinippian, '37. "?l5,iED,!P. sb 1'I 41 . .gift .... . ..... Amory, Miss. X ,,,, J. f if,I,afw, II S' Inteffsageraity Council, '38. ff' fit? 5 ff. iff' K f 177 Ci, ,,., ,,,-3.i V 5 I' .ij il-3' ffbla. M ff: ll, R 3,,',,,w-,wjxa f ' .nl 'pri ' if r xigcx-Q! H11 ' '4, If , ' , 1 X' lr R '?'z,V Jfenf I i ffzf -I 'ff I 'ff 4 .QI ,. . .fy f sa!f,' 4' f .xff 'X ' -, GQ, f I 471, 3131, I fi., fi 'A f, K 'ffj .,,' , If MQ, elm, f fa-,f .. if . ,,,',,f',fyk,. ,y,1.?,1.,, iq f f Y 4 A " ,Cf-.flipvffgf'11,fy,MPAI 17 6324-351533f1ff4'i?f4r45ii:7v. X AC' far ,zz at .nf .2'f'.f'.?.f.'.fYA.'.".. !fj7Yf f 1,1 I l T. i 1- 1939 DLE M SS S A X ,I ,,',' 1 X .,,, may , X Xe so ? ..,k ss hw-e""'x X sum. M X ,ttwsx k M ' we ,. . , sw A gm A 5 X R ,.... .,ffIff' Q W P S K t YV,- "" 25 1 XX s e X is W X S X 3 at s . 3 M ..,. - Saad ,.... .Q N N Nx,...x ,,, ,,-' xx E. Q . E s v KY ,s 2 Q ms ws X if wmxNxiax' "NW'w X X X x xxx ex .E Q 'A X X S X X X, I NX N Eg N53 X ' 1 ' 3 SX 'S 5 5 3 . 3 . t . , . . Well, here I am baclc at this place 3 ich all I nik for this year.-just two weeks till Christmas- colce-Yeah, had a fine summer-Wo Qi- mo i of K' 5 ot far off-Got to cram tonight, sorry. Spring time, but managed to get around a litt fl to e X ic fes last-File application for degree-Wonder ' 'I i ' 1 . . back-See you. What is this I hear a ut ft ese ne fs K j g, S200 a month Jobs I will have offered me? rules for girls? This place is getting rse. ry yea 3 iwe not in love. I just gave her my pm as a ges- -Thank goodness, this is my last on ma ur I n't afford to marry her, but like to have some- triculate-When do we have a footb l ,g the er -' go on these moonlight nights-Just a habit- campus? Have a date for tonight- ' re ll of ii: , s usly, she is different-she wouldn't do a thing these dumb frosh come from?-Aren't - a. h T' 3 l -A without consulting me-What! She is mar- I slCPt on mY stomach my whole Fresh L: - ear t 0?-Thar dope?-Well: he can have hef- G I .... Q, "3 s and I will be graduated and out of son?-Yeah, just ole Joe still politick ig What s he here for goo Senior Prom-Good-bye. used to be are We 1 L 1 RICHARD KEYE . TOMMIE WALKER ALEX PAYNE . LAWRENCE BRIsco JAMES DAY . . Pfaaazaaf of Graduate School President of Liberal Am School . President of Business School pfaafaaaf of Engineering School President of Pharmacy salaaaz O F F I C E R S Walker, Day, Keye, Brisco, Payne 5 ,-....1 1.. u-1-1pl1 .J IIENE .ALBERSTETT ROCKFORD, II.l,. G rn d ualf ii A President of Sigma Alpha Iota: Treasurer of Sigma Alpha Iota, Tassel. '36, '37. 383 Pan-Hellenic Cou.icil,, Secretary, 337, Treasurer, '38g W. Sf' G.--President. '37g Lyceum Committee. '38g International Relations Club, '36, '37g Beauty, Sec- tion. '37, Executive Council. '37i As- sistant Political Science, '37, U85 As- sistant Graduate Liurary, '38g A. A1 U. xx.. ss. , 1 Y., Ii.-KTHARINE LL7CILE CZLARK TUPELO, MISS. Graduafe A Z, II K 1'I The Tassel, Pan-Hellenicg Vice-President Tassel, Mississippian Staff, RiHe Teamg Rifle Club Cup, First Vice-President W, S. G.: W. A. A, Y. W. C. A., International Relations Club, Graduate Club, Honor Roll, B.A. with Distinc- tiong Teaching Assistant in Spanish De- partment. ELIZABETH GILLESPIE jr-ICKSON, MISS. Graduate AQ IIIIRI.-XM OLYMPE HA,-is RiL0xi, Miss. Graduate B.S., Tulane University, Assistant Chemical Departmentg Catholic Club. FRANK EDWARD HART VVINSTON BRAUN MEMPHIS, TENN. Graduate E A E ROBERT FRANK FUTRELL OXFORD, MISS. Graduale tb H 2, H K H Honor Rollg B.A. with Distinction: Odom Award for 19385 Treasurer Pi Kappa Pi ALTON GRIMES VVALNUT GROVE, MISS. Graduate B.S., State Teachers Lollegeg Assistant Mathematics Department. I AMONT HAGAN f ,W Il," M ERIDIAN, Miss. G raduale la gf 4' --0' Vin V Epsilon. X s ' X M... . , 1 -.slfx TJTWETQIBLYN ELMER HENRY X1 Y wif? ,422 .f-f,,',-ifogqoifbaghscu, Miss. lg' Q lfiraduagg .QhmmAHKlW9K ease ff fi'Ya'! Y h, mr iQf4j,,Q,jg The Pan-Hellenic Council, Vice- ff , , 2 ,- '41 J,f.', ,'j,.,f ' Iv-'ri Xx, t, .W , . , Vi ' ,ffresident W. S. G. A.g Taylor Medal I X , , . . . f X Us Hxstorygffy. W. C. A.g International fllelqfions ,Cliihg "M" Book Staffg As- sistantjxt, Psychology, President of the Tassel: 'Managing Editor of Mississip- PICAYUNE, MISS- 1 fffh-livfi, gigni Cy-ed. Editorg Rifle Team, Treas- f lf" Zi Gr a 'Q ci b- V' P 'a f Graduate , fig, 'Eff' e ' - 3 Vit, U ' . 'Ce' 'ef' en' P f V, 4 it, , -1 Ifappat Pg, B.A. mirth Special Dis- qs 11 qs, 0 A K , 'I ff' ' t1lTcEl0ti:,fFI3qri'or Roll, Vice-Pteswe9Q4JPan- i A Helxleqlic fgoimcil. i' i, J! Blue Key, Football, 3, 4, 5, "NI" Clubg ,yyff 'T'e,V,'ig"gv t ,. fi! President "M" Clubg Vice-President Stu- 1"-f iff an- f - lx' 'N' I ,X dent Body, 35 Vice-President Freshman " I I ' Class, Interfraternity Council, Gym D-nce N f I, :,fffN,'Q X ,f 'TR Committee, Y M. C.. A. I 'Q,1Qfj'v..i - ,JK N'-.K ' I I f,,ysNlicR I iv fi XX -' .11 'I w-C 5 lkjxpalasyo ., ,M-iss. SH ILDVVARD IZARD 3 Q! I, i x. E' 'sm D Q' -ff, 'isiyxl 'X li' v--1" NEVIIIEBRON, Miss. J . ,IQ ,fy X, - ,gi ' 0 f f I , Graduate A '11 f I 1,51 I ifi AM" fb , A, ' , 541.-T ',, If ' ' Y. IVI. C. A., Assistant in Biology, 3, 43 I SQ' QICUA DIEDXNIN l5F,XE','i jf , 'Nu I ' K? Scholarship in Biology, 5, Graduate I D ' ' ' I 'A " 3 f" A iw' " X., Clubq B. S. U. Council, !, 2, 3. I 'X XIBQCKII ILL' is-Mi ,xiii V in QA uGru'd :AX lui '.g.A,' 7-,Q i , 5 is , ' , '. 1 sf I X N W It H-is is af M55 i ' I ! ,.f.5.:f' I! f ff' V-Mg. NIARTIIA IXENNEIH ,3,,..i....y,.,,-Bgwids t ,Zi1KaPpif.PM.,j?,1,jgSMmt Fha, MACEE, Miss. S' 3' ,359-flaldefr KW? Q-H'5'Uf?'1i X I Y KR Tl D ag lVrgPresicIe?g s, X f' al' .l'i"f"l.-17' , 2 . 2 HHS .. ', . HIT! u I X QE?-lil L" .Igzrsyersitylu IayekX ' f Chtiusg , A I ,. IQ tkigrblwheadg Da er Pointsg t rnational XQ 'll 1v"1ig':'. . " .R Iliibhi ' Honor Rol 3 Graduate Assistant in Chemistry Department. iifITfj'::',fCIuIrIPresi t. l..- I - L Xxx. ,iii if sv E, I si? .K .. -cs-f .-.. , ,H i I ,' i 3',l?,,.,.,f'JfsX -, A ,ttf n F 1, Eitwrklhiv-fl! 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MARY MELLEN l,f.,,,fAg?v2 STATE COLLEGE, M I "'X'f'?' Q ss. My Xe .1 x, I Xlf. Graduate N E , ,.- X 4 ' f., -X ff l yfffgff, '71, ,Jr Eta Sigma Phi, At auieuria, -7ZXfY51,Qff,?j2gi1:ffX' U' - w- ' 1 lr! f f 1 -,An ,ffm , rw f uf 5 . .- S 9,11 ' 'rw 1 f, ' fi"' ..i Ji., Ziff we A-.f',-N1 W fy, '- ,- -R. 'RW We N' -1 5 .5 I., ,f,,x,, 5 gg 1 . f r 7014-A H J f- .J 1 W ky.: " .fi if V47 W, .. Q. 1' A-f'ff'Q?-C' f 1, iff I r5Q..,?lLT"'f ,Ql'g5!Xii4f'!.7 X Q Lx Yo' JAMES PU 'EZFT X, ,AL CRYSTAL J Graduate Qiffll EJ 41 H 2, II,,Ii:'Ii'1, uf.. A . XV' " I 'f' A . Gamma Slgm3E?RjlllQ'qi5E,i I-,,f,'.f, gf 1 ie "AA"-,.'z"f. ' ,,, I Q - : 2 s lf fffhy gg' :Q Q! -Ui NN, - ffff L N. , 1 'wx ,rw my, .25 r, ffl., .' ".', 1 f ' 1, .1 1' "M fr. I .1 gt xr.. vii, f .-I., i' 6 . 6,1g,jAx:.,mX . I H f, v rf ' ' vp-V I ' 'xf"."," , a ' rr I rw, 'gif JESSIE VIC R SSE Lqujpf ,I .' cw' ifgfff' 'ff JAcRs0N. 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Graduale H K qw, df B K Graduate Club, Faculty Rifle Team, Cath- olic C.ubg Graduate Assistant in Phar- macy. OLIVER ABBOTT SHAXV, JR. UNIVERSITY, MISS. Graduate B.A. with Distinctiong Honor Roll, 1, 2 s, 4, Boxing Team. 3, 4, "MR Clubl Assistant in Mathematics. FRANCIS H. SIMPSON MERIDI.-KN, Miss. Graduate K A Baseball, '38, Catholic Club, Graduate Club. GRADUATES C. C. STEPHENSON, JR. HOLLY SPRINGS, MISS. Graduafe .x K 12 G LMA1113 ELLEN XV.-KDE X oxrokn, Miss. -X Gradzzalf Y. XV, C. A.g Honor Roll, 43 Assistant in Historv. 5: Athenaeum, X ' 'L BESS XVOOD BATESVII.I.E, Miss. Graduaie XQ R. O. T. C. Sponsor, '37g Secretary of Student Bodyg Executive Council: Sponsor of "M" Clubg Secretary of Graduate School. '38g Annual Staffg Rebel Staffg Pan-Hellenic Councilg Y. XV. C. A.g Favorites, '37, '3Sg Miss Ole Nliss, '39. RAIFORD E. SUMNER ASHEVILLE, N, C. Graduate tp A K Political Science HEWLTT XV. XVALLACE BILOXI, Miss. Graduate A T A M. O. A. K. S.g Interfraternity Council. XV. T. YORK V.-XRD.-XMAN, MISS. iq Graduate si G R A D U A T E S B.A., University of Tennessee: Assistant in li. A, Gi" iii ' -ff X s E N I o R s I I 0 R 5 AILEENE AD.-XNIS 1 BEQJA3-HN AD.AhIS, jk. Lzbrral Jrfs 4 l .I,: X Likifgltigrtj , -,X L ,': A -5 F jfs,.fJ,....q.xX f.1,srg Qt txgkw 5,7741 :C i:Av!.'t1sff wi pana,HL,,f'fz, rceee club, 2g Golf Team, ' "Aix Q i5RebbIfB1.siliaess Staff. 6127521 ' . ,Q ,f t ROANE ADARIS ' '. f A NATCHEZ, Miss. Z5 "r'g-fi-QV-fy ' A' j.j,if, '-1' I X Business V Xrmxtmtsilflopa Awiucgr ,,7 my f it 3 X Q f ,f'f',r1'v'JhCS KMMASS- we I ' -v sf., f l '-':: WX. . -' ' Pixg Senior Y. W. C. A. Cabinetg Secretary aging X 'X N' i of Senior Business Classg VV. A. A. l Qjfylil A .Sf ffl vf 2 5 of f L - - 6 b fs! gf 7 1 ,' ' f . s 1 -NSA' I ffifi . -V? '41-Jesxa I . .4 ', My 1 , jL'LI.1.N P. ALEXANDER 5 WABKHXFOREST ALLI2iNT4i tnrs 'fy . . A . , W JACKSON, MISS- X " 1 . 3ic57,ALobsA, AL.-X. ALL CTE . A ni. f .1 f Lzbfral.-lrl.v 'Rip' 55 X -,TQ fix IA G , f K . 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'1.iM,1 ,am A K--lla I 3, l. i LVEASTON RAY BASS LUMBERTON, MISS. Liberal .Jrls H K A Treble and Bass Club, 1, 2, 3, Philosophy Club, 2, 33 Miisisflppian Staff, I, Z, 35 Stunt Night Award, 1. FRANCES BELCHER MEMPHIS, TENN. Liberal Arts. K A Y. W. C. A., Legislative Council W. S. G. A., Baptist Student Union. MACK THURRIAN BLACKWOOD DREVV, MISS. Liberal flrts E cb E Tau Kappa Alpha, Vice-President Student Body, 45 Student Executive Council, 45 Treasurer Tau Kappa Alpha, 49 Presi- dent Sophomore Liberal Arts Classg M. O. A. K. S.g Debate, 3, Interfraternity Council, 3, 4, Inteifraternity Dance Committee, 3, 45 Gym Dance Commit- ree, 3, 45 Band, 1, 25 Hermean Literary Society, 2, 3, 4, University Players, 2, 3, 4, Y M. C A. Cabinet, 1, 2, 3, 4. IQIMBLE BRADLEY HATTIESBURG, MISS. Burimnfs 0 A K Football, I, 2, 3, 4, Basketball, 2, 3, Cap- tain Football, 4. NVALTER R. BRIDGFORTH YAZOO CITY, MISS. Liberal flrts 2 A E, cb H E Tau Kappa Alpha, Debating Council, Arrow- head, Honor Roll. LAXYRENCE' H. BRISCO 1 wixoxa, Miss. EllfjIlI1'l'l'IlIg B 9 II Sigma Theta Pig Gamma Sigma Epsilon: Y. M. C. A.: Interfraternipyy' Dance Com' mittee. 3. 4: Student Dgaglce Committee, 4g President Engineering' chool, 4. DOROTHX' BROXVN YVATER VALLEY, MISS. LIl1l'I'tlI .-Iris A A A LEO C.-XLDXVELL BIG CREEK, MISS. Lilzrral .-Iris Y. M. C. A. GEORGE CANT1N LELAND, Miss. Lilzrral :Iris GRAIJX' CASTILLOVV GREENVILLE, MISS. Librral flrlx K A Y. IVI. C. A.g Phi Sigma, Bass Club, 1, 2, 3, 4. CHARLES CHANDLER BOGALUSA, LA. Libcral .flrls 2 X M. o. A. K. s. JAMES A. CHERRY wxccms, Miss. Liberal Arts K 2 X all f Treble and M URLE BROCK MARKS, Miss. Plzarmafy A.Ph.A.g A.Ph.A. Reporter, 35 Class Treas- urer, 4. ELIAM BAXTER I3L'RNs ' ECRU, MISS. Lilwral .1 rts "M" Clubg Basketball, lg Football, Ig Boxing, 2, 35 Track, 2, 3g Y. M. C. A. JAMES A. CANFIELD COLLINS, Miss. Liberal .Jrls II K KD Y. Nl. C. A.g Vice-President Phi Sigma, 43 1, Interfraternity Council, 4. M lil 1 V i'-" Q ff! 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LAUREL, Mwfssg,,f7"f ,V g,5', , 1 I Liberal Art: EM, is ff' Q 5 l A XII f11'f'j., f Lf-,D l 5. l AIX' ' A 0" Nxiixu . iw' Iv A 1 ri' ff 3 1 I3 4 lfQ,l',i.:- 1 A Xsssgbt ,XXX lv, ROBERT N. Cigigigliglixjfagr. rx' 'I ffl .. VVINTERVILLE , glfiissfg A 2 ,Q I .- MM ,AAN Liberal . 1,5-,D 'ff' 1, ' . f f " A 'X 22 -ff 'W' ' ,f 2 fb E , I ,ff 1-.,,.z-'O 1 q 1 . , .. .I 5, I ' ,f M. O. Ai,,14z,s:g .eiwbiggsf ,a,.f-irfrsana, Iwggfliicerfraxunifyj C6i1i?Qibgf3.'f" V 1 J . V5 X. ,,,fl'!I,gr 41 ,JJ W ,-5,M,l- ,I Af,v1,,!,f.'xL ,M :ai 'I as " A . Vi fi L if r f ' X is , ' M 12. iff! If ' Ali! X. , 5 if . . ffff 'ef' f 'EJ' rl-.YI194109 9?HfEL1A'CRK'!5E f I --.,. jvfy lf?y,fgff,'f' , figxl , Vi ' I Q Id1i'1'sIgsLc'gB'1g1-NGs,'fmisggfnfi f ff, f . . .L':f:?,ff,1, , , , -'1 Ziff i gi i ibrijlifgfl-TIGV, g 'qv 1 ?f,,,' A I A fl' "'lPresiCI2nf1' ,.f3W T el? , .7 ff jpg 3 M.aifa1',crai?Q,pegfadQf,, Y. fy. Q C ', Q C fig, Cgbjnegg 'onflk Iilelagicfisf gf' 5qii.s,,-.34-4.5Ai1sa5E,AC0i1eFe,f1,fq. Tl' 'M' .Q f ,lfffzc 'VCI '3 f' l I ' X 'I ff - 'r-47s 1 IT W. ,f, ,-,, - ' ,bc ' , i ,x in .1 I ' ,ycfffga Ng rf9.fl"ij3., ' Fu, ,,,.,,..Lf9 .fig ' ,ff ' I . 'P I x . sj A E j X ,, J .. N I I2 Luca' JANE CONNELL MliMI'lll5, LI lixx Lilzrfal .4115 A A A Sfnifrf Y. XV. C. A. Cabinet, Hoiifir Roll, ,2, 3, Scurhwesrern, l. CHARLES DELL.-XLIN CONYERS NEW TOS, Miss. Bu,ii-nfs: - Ai T Q, fi, II 2 Hermean Literary Society, Inierfratcrnizy X Council, 3, 41 Cardinal Club, IVI. O. A. K S., 4, Scrxbblers, 45 Honor Roll, 1, 2, 3, 43 Student Dance Decoration Committee, Ig Sergeant R. O. T. C., Z, Phi Eta Sigma Historian, 3, Vice- President, 4. VVALTER COOPER SAREPTA, Miss. Edufalion NI.-RRY RUTH CRANFORD LAUREL, MISS. Liberal .iris A A A Finance Committeeg Senior Y. W. C. A. Cabinet. JULIUS CRISLER FLORA, MISS. Librral .-1r1.f K A Mississippi College, I, Zg Band, 3, Class- ical Club. HERBIAN M. CROYVDER GREENVILLE, MISS. Liberal .-Iris II K A JOHN SEBRON DALE PRENTISS, MISS. Business is O II, A 2: II Vice-President Senior Business Class, Vice- President Delta Sigma Pi, 4, Secretary Delta Sigma Pi, 35 Band, 2, 3. EDD I-I. ID.-XXIEI. Oxroizn, Miss. Plzzirinafy A.Ph.A. ,IOHN XVEBB DELOACH GREENIYOOD, MISS. Buxinrss fb A 9 Blue Key, Beta Zeta, President Beta Zeta, 3, Band, I, 2, 3. 4: President of Band. 35 Assistant Drum Major, 2. 3. 4g Busia ness Manager Band, 43 Gym Dance Floor Committee. 3. 4, A.S.B. Executive Council, 49 Hermean Literary Society. 2, 35 Treasurer, Hermean Literary So- ciety, 35 Y. M. C. A.g Mrmmppmn Business Staff, 2. ERNEST A. Dixox UNION, Miss. Libvral .-Irlx A T A M. O. A. K. S.g Vice-President Senior Class, R. O. T. C., 1, 3, illissiysippian Staff, 1, 25 Associate Editor ilfiuixsipe pian, 3g Phi Sigma, Y. M. C. A. XVILLETTE DL'CKXX'0RTH c0Lt'MBiA, Miss. Business E X Beta Zeta, Mississippians, 3, 4, 55 Illu- suuppian Staff, 3, 5g Band. I, 2, 3, 4. 53 Band Council. 3. 43 Y. M. C. A.g Executive Council. 35 Ole Nliss Musi- cal Club. 3, 4, International Relations Club. JAMES DAY DECATUR, MISS. Plzarmafy lib H FP President Senior Pharmacy Classg Interfrater- nity Council, 43 A.Ph.A. President, 3, Reporter, 43 Hermean Literary Society, 2, 43 Y. M. C. A.g East Central Junior College, 13 M. O. A. K. S. EDWVARD DEAIILLER BILOXI, MISS. Liberal .Jris Y' X E .1 . President Hermean Literary Society. 33 Misxixxippian Staff, I, 2, 33 Annual Staff, 3, President Sophomore Pharmacy Classg Y. M. C. A. IVARREN DORSEY LEXINGTON, MISS. Liberal :Iris , 'doll fb 4 , cafamai Club. ,jr 'fr' fi f 'flip AD5 DU NAGIN In girriiassuizg, Miss. wif, ,f hw b ' f , ,Basirresq 1, fl "Foqd'ra1I.i - ...rv j M , ' I julie EDWARDS ff I W A., kicurox, Miss. VQKGINLEQ I Lzbrral :Iris ,125 ?4g5:?bINT:4gM,S5. X .1 II K A I 7.-I Edufagion ,fi Phi sigma 1 D iid.-flff' f ' f rw 3. f fe A- f7 f - - I I Lff, .ffff fx XM? E L S if id, D l1.soN L 1 it I f frm. Fsiliwwc X ", Pokr ciizsox, Miss. f ' gf E X -' x, lf., Ub 14 ijt if xv UQ!-1AN,MlSS. X f ,I N L1 cm .' rlx R "Ti , I ,, 5 If I, .gfli 'tial '-?r",.! '-Xxx!! 0 'P H fp I i , fr. Y A 176 ill' A M. O. A. K. S., Interfratcrnity Council, lcgifk, VVK, fgkietizf-I I' 23 'FM' 5 3, 45 Senior Y. M. C. A. Cabinet. 5 'f- V' If I 'I li' If -ii., a is I yi A 1 .I Y Qi f' Xp QIQQL f . . I "'v- f f 1' ww YORK N s' liiiiiil 'il A X' "A X ' ' - '- - EIRAVISHFILGO tX!,,x, , 0,- , I . - 3 -. " 'r' ' Librral .-Iris 2' 'J w'.3'flffQRFORD, Mui! X Honor Roll, Classical Club. Q'j',lQQ Liblfdlizqflfg ,"il,-l V .gf f se.: f , if -1-f f' I . l. V lv " R NICPQIWXQ i N l l .X r :A "LK-. If if xv! wif ' A 'Q 'E 1-gi' C S li N I D ID sf A XX 'lla A, .V 4 A, ' M' I 1 VU, 1 Q t . ' ful .X i 'Qi Q. 49 E501 I 'P 1 . , 'U fl! 'K , i f ' I ' 4 X, ... , .. ,. U"f."f1'Q773Ci'.5iL:f3H2 I V' ' 4 fifffp ..fiif1?"'i ll I tglj "i753f'i- lf'?f'i 'II 'i H ' P V .- .5,.,,1gwW3.1.f-- A .f 5 a , V, ' , CZ.. I' -C I 2 J f,,j?zgfi77Q?? 'f X 1, 17-,VI -,il I! uf, H21 ,V l l U FRANK H. FORD, AIR. HA'l'TlESBURC, MISS. Enginrfring E A E ' Sigma Theta Pi: Blue Key: Secretary Fresh- ! man Class: Vice-President Sophomore Class Vice President unior l I - ,l Cass: In- 1 terfraternity Council, 2, 3: Secretary In- terfraternity Council, 3: Vice-President of Freshman Y. M. C. A. Cabinet: A. S. C. E., 1, 2, 3: Hermean Lit- erary Society: Annual Staff, Z: "M" Book Staff, 2. AIARGUERITE FREEMAN 5 LAUREL, MISS. l Libfral .iris , fb M Il Tassels: second va.-...President of W. S.. G. L A., 4: Secretary International Relations Club, 4: Classical Club, 3, 45 Favor- , ites, 3: Secretary of Senior Y. W. f. ' C. A. 5 l if Q THOMAS M. GARDNER F GULFPORT, Miss. ji V Libfral Arts W E A E, O A K I 5 Blue Key: Senior Football Manager: Execu- l tive Council: Treasurer A B.: "M" Club: Treasurer " " Clulfg' oxin 112' T Hermean Presiieri2?f?YlAn ual.-AMT? Y Dagger Points, ' A ' ' 3" ...f 1 lx! We Mr' .1 i X Vi Vid Y -,ffxx -Xxx ,IR ' BILLY GATES QXD y' Q A- 7. ' . 57, .Z-,145 i - .ff"f"',j,'ffQ'Z,g ff A ' JACKSON, Miss. Q I , Liberal Arts 5 V . i --...cgi K A, 0 A K 'xx' ffyffg . f' kyfffcffi TV Blue Key: . Onan 3-. .mf -ff Mifxissip H45 N?'Si luis- 5ippian,g5xs2,i'fSfports4E -itgixllfiis ' ippian, 2: Who iWh fig, A "rican,4.gQHages and Unihrsit,i4'3f4:'fl5gsecutivd 4, Hall of Egfgwf4r-Gym Dance pagi- mittee, 45 Artgfheads News Btfreai,x,Q, 3, 45 Directaffiqof leric Pub icjQfyf7'f',-'5- Eciitor saeiimegfsg. juli,Missiyi1S2:,idiri,f"'4'i j, W Director lStlrr'imenT4luVs gf.ll'83l.l,' 4: Sports, - - 1 , - -' I 1 " " Editor ZA-Q34 ,Edxtbr 5fMi 'J 3, 4: Meqaw.siuaeai.F4cui.y5,,fvubiaqa,'.' , tions Coun ilzPancQ,,'1",fZi M.ffC.1A. ' ,Y 1, .vyy VV B C, ifege-KM."-x " A ILLY ILBER ww'-1'.. ix.,e,,f,',,e 5 ,F LAMBERT, Mi 523,11 X, fm , 5, . fi ei' n' fp "f H I, : Edutdll0npZ,f,'41'l"1jL'Ttfdf' 54" Hfjjlfff H - 1-.LQ if ,Pj f MTVN H K A :ff.:l',QfL2. 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'fhjbini El,Zi7!f6LCf 'wel !V.1:Ei,!-gg! .I 501153 Dx if '?'f'?'lfl E " "-.riH..rLfi fl if fir .www fared A .f ....AAAA -...wi A f9f'C9fC 'Y 5'7f'f9"'f, ' T4"'1-l . fy2gf4f'! l Xgk5'f'f'6?g,f Nbmzggi 1929" 41' "3'5fW" M 'mf A ' 26' f l . r it i . i ,. .D Q I lg- A V:-fig 'Q' uf Z' YT' SENI IDS E511 RAY FOSTER MlN'l HR CVIIX, MISS. Lillrrzil ffiils Gamma Sigma Epsilon: Hera lin-rag Pit-- Medical-Club. 3, 4: Band, 1, 3, 4: YJ, Mp C. A.5 Baptist Studi-nt Union Council, 3, 4: Riflf Team, 3. JAMES ST.-XCY FLRR B ELI5N,jMlSS. Erizzrfllirnz A,Ph.A., 3: Musical Club, 4. i" ri Xi P' JOSEPH G.ARDNER GREENXVOOD, MISS. Liberal .flris 'IP A 9 Cardinal Club: Vice-President of Pie-Nlcclical Club. RI.-XRJORIE GIBSON HOLCOMB, Miss. Librral .ilrls K A Grenada College, 1, 2, Y. W. C. A. XViLsON GILLILAND N ESBI'l"l', MISS. Businrss E N DAVID C. GLEASON MERIDIAN, MISS. Business K A Baseball: "M" Club: President Catholic Club. , HAROLD GOTTHELF, JR. VICKSBURG, MISS. Lil11'ral .nlrtf Phi Sigma: Cardinal Club: Athenaeum Club Secretary: Blue Key: President Phi Sigma, 3, 4: Y. M. C. A.: Associate Editor Miuisxippian, 3, 4: Annual Staff, 3, 4: Freshman Days Committee, 3: Mississip- pian Staff. 2: Photographic Editor Rebel 4: Gym Dance Committee: Secre- tary Senior "Y" Cabinet. BQNNIE LEE GRAHAM PoR1'ERvii,i,E, Miss. Eizsimivs Football 3 Basketball. PARKER HALL TUNICA, Miss. Busilzfsr K E, O A K Q Vice-President of Freshman Classg Freshman Footballg Football, 2, 3, 4: Basketball: Baseball, International Relations Club: "Nl" Club: All-American Fsorhall, 4. RAY l'l.-XPES GARDEN GROVE, CALIF. Businfss 'IP K XI' "lVl,' Club: Football, I, 2, 3, 43 Track, 2, 3, 4. ARLIS E. HARRELSON BRUCE, Miss. Libvral :Iris JOHN SYKES l'l.-XRTIN COLUMBUS, MISS. Libvral Arts fi, H E, II K H Sigma Upsilong Scrihblers, 2, 3, 43 Uni- versity Players. 25 Honor Roll. 2, 3, 4: Vespers Service Committee, lg Hermean Literary Society. JIM Cv. HENDRICK LENA, Miss. Librral :Iris A T A Honor Roll. 3. WILLIAM CURTis HINES CRUCER, MISS. Libfral Arts fb K ill ARTHUR GUYTON OXFORD, Miss. Liberal Arts EAE,fI3HE,HKlI Scribblersg Tau Kappa Alphag Alpha Epsi- lon Deltag Honor Roll, 1, 23 Freshman Tennis Teamg Debating Team, 1, 23 Pre-Medical Clubg Taylor Medal in Physics. HAROLD E. HANEY OXFORD, MISS. Enginrering A K E Engineer's Woolybuggers, Vice-President: A. S. C. E., 1, 2, 3, 45 President of A. S. C. E., 43 Vice-President A. S. C. E., 33 Honor Council, 2, 3g Annual Staff, 3, Treasurer Senior Engineering Class Class Officer 1 2 3 lVIARGARET ELEANOR HARDY COLUMBUS, MISS Liberal -7:15 W C A Rifle Team 2 W A A 2 3 4 Segretary W A A 3 rch ery Club Classical Club PAULINE HARTlXlAN HTA BENA Miss i.z11,Awl A rtx Uuniga and Senior Y W C A Cakrncts A,fA, 3 4 Classical Club 3 4 ffff X CLA'KENCE?QHARLES HARX EY, J jwmorgaf Miss flftbefal lf! f Gamma Sigpjfgpsilon Senior Y M C A ei Assistant in Chemistry Depart A ,Z lv X ' 1y4VGQ:LDfY 'Hisiidzv f D RL-IKGJ s W W 5 f Tdxtzess imigwl' Q yjmamxyi l ff 1 N6 0 X CJQUXRL ABEER TRSCH ag qcicsn R Miss LQ? af in K ,ag E 'Nl' ff' I l A feqgflai c E 461 l lc' f :sybian 3ra Xg' um lr F oxing rater i l n y Xlgncegga e 2 3 lgeihl hf 2 e e hfszlml 'lays versityigayefg-is 4 V E A1 " If N I 0 I2 S .,z,,fQ,r A-,. , f 4 A f is Q fm ff f"ff53?X f' .4j?f,gf,4 fy' Yffy4f'V'ff222 fi '1 .w3,f,,,,. P. , . 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Librral .rlrls Debating Team, 2, 3. OL.-X JACKSON UNIVERSITY, NIISS. Libfral Jrfs XQ President of Treble and Bass MuSical Club LEE XX HITE JOHxSO1S COLUMBIA MISS Lzbwal Jrts Alpha Epsilon Dlta Y IW C A er mean Literary Society President of Pre Nledrcal Club A E D LEWIS IXELLL xr IUTIYILER MISS Lzbrral iris BERNARD IXRAL S BELZONI, M155 Lzberal -Iris Z X N1 Ph1Srgma 4 Trebl e and Bass Club 3 4 German Club 3 4 Boxlng Manager XVALTHER L-XZIER JAMESTOMS x x Lrberal 4rts n ' f I , ... X I 6 , Q , , ' , 1 4 :ff , f 7 if - b II I X ,Ziff ' 'r ' N - r ' V A X ' , -A 1 ' , X fl A E A " -1 ' ' .-1. ...eH- ,,' Q j f X Q' ' L , . . - X' " 4 f J ' 1 f f ' H I1 f,fr,,fx,f 1, Rf K, M X11 , R , ' . 6 I ff1.:': l ,r Q ff lf 'i will' X f I . I I , f ' 'f A 7 I A- f V I f .. , 4 f I . .L I ' , 5, V f L- .' f . I 1 X I 1 , . . , A . ,Af -,f I , I . f v ' ., 'v V-' V ,' 1, , I ' Sf A ' fl. L 1 A vi 3 I : , s -: I "V .,' I 'Y ' . xx i f . I . L. ,' . V - , ' f z I 1 - ', ', I. ,f , ,, 7' I ' ffl . 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V f 'J , ffff asf 4' . ." 1 N I 4,' if J' 1' Vfnzfi , ' I' 5 4,22 N -1 ' S ,a , ' fiffy 5 X- y,,','3Zf'f,f "El ' I 's.11' 'ff' ' Z," 'Ma WP 2 , R. .1 x '. X 1 ', f ,b j I I ,fl 5. r' X V. J l XX I , X J . f N 'x .IOHN LVEHNHARDT sAx1'A ANA, CALIF. Libfml .-Iris Football, 3, 4. LOUISE LINDSEY LAUREL, Miss. Librral Jrts 'I' M VX as Y. VV. C. A., International Relations ub, University Players, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer of Tassels, Treasurer of Pan-Hellenic, Beauty Section, 3, lllufisnppian Staff, 3, Secretary ,Iunior Liberal Arts School. .ANNETTE LOWE NEVVTON, MISS. Busirzrss XQ BETTYE LEONARD KOSCIUSKO, MISS. Librral .4r1s A I' ,. I, I . I I I I I I I I I I I I , I Y. W. C. A., 3, 4, W. A. A., 3, I, Favorite Section, W. A. A. Exeiuuve Council, Secretary of Senior Liberal Arts I School, Annual Staff. THOMAS SHIRLEY LIVINGSTON TUNICA, MISS. Business K 2. HELEN LUM YICKSBURC, MISS. Liberal .Jris ,w K A I- ,I I I I I 1 I I J' I ' I I I I I fi ,. ,I sl B I Pan-Hellenic, 4, Legislative Council W. S. G A., 4, Y. W. C. A., 3, Senior "Y" ' I QV' I Cabinet, Rx f3TClub, W. A. A., 3, 4, I " I Honorjlall , Tassels. . ,, . I I - I ' ' GEORGE MADDOX P ' , MAYFIELD, KY. .37-Ill Mum ,',,gR1Qi-IARO MADDOX .I J 3' lMAvF1ELngRs'. Treble and Bass, Football, Track, President ' IW' 1 - , - Glee Club, '38, Vfinner State Music 7 LZbfft1l.4ff.I' Contest, Bass, '36-'37, Intramural Box- I .!' . HIS- X ,fa Gm Tim,fzs5I f. ' I lifffil f' I I Lvl, Q M ' il 1 I C. A. IIIAHONEY, JR. I ' B. Ix1.ANDLE!IiALVAI GLENOORA, Miss. X Ill'NEW ogLEA,t,g"LA, fy 2, Libfral .-Irts X 7!',,, ,fjE'hgirfb6fMQ.Q-f,I rf 2 v f ' 'I R" fx , K "' , IALJST E., BaslcgtbiII, '36, Treasurer fy' ,r ilk: Seniyr Class.fl-.xx lf I I Sig-I'I, If f ,P f A7 f --jx iff' ,Jf ,V , ! fi? I I I I I I QQ . I BILLY IVIANN , 'I Zz I, I Q T5 ...Q I GRENADA, Miss. If 'LIL RIARION I Y . ' , ' I I fp "" -f. ' Busznfss L, I f'HqULKA' 'MISS' I I fl ' 1 ' XfjwJl:'lI'hl I li I' ' 'I' zer -.11 .. I f Dk Urs fri ,h Xie. A-Ir: Cm- ,E I 'A if-' I I lv RX Il 'aff'-' Q. ' '. I 1 'I IJ f 'il' V-- NI. D. IYIARTIN I 'HI V Q uf 1IT.j'.f7 .I I ' I I I f If? RALEIGH, MISS. Ik., ,I I , , I I .TQ I I 2 ff! Liberal flrls IX 'KENT MASSE GALQ ffw X , . y ,, , ,. .lf II Il, N I I I ualtrmqsaunc, Mpsf P Q Y. M. C. A. Bufrinm il "N ,-1 1 . I ,. lx ' I I , 5' gg! . ., .X ' N I fhssf' I. JJ-"Vx I I ff.- ,I A If N I I2 S Ir .I I I jf' U 1 2. , ,I I ' . ' ' lf54l 'us ' ,' zllllil I ' I I III., .. ,141-,Ekv-1 ff, ' .I , .',H: 1 V fflpfgj-pzlgfkf ,, xx, .ff , i ' f Q-R ...,vg,'Q.,,l,jg,15z'! "fi-" f jf j Q .1 Evin riff .5f."g4.j,Qfi,,:155Q? f I! " .AR if3l.7f'i".'fm' ,"":f.I 1'-wx frvj ' 'I 754' dl BI.-XLCOLM BAILEY BIONTGONIERY I'Azoo CITY, MISS. Liberal .Jrfs K A Beta Zeta, Band. I, 2. 3, 4, Orchestra, I, 2, Mississippians, 3. 4. ERNA BIAE IXIOORE EDINBURC, MISS. Eduralion B. S. U. Council. JOHN L. MOORE SCOOBA, Miss. Liberal .-Iris K A President International Relations Club. THAD NIOSELEY VVEST POINT, MISS. Librfal .iris AKE,oHE A , J I . Hcrmean, 1, Z, 3, IVI. CVA2, I, 3, Cardinal Club, O. A.',K. S., Inter- fraternity Counpil, Vice-President Interf fraternity Council, 3,,fBi'LIe Inter- fraterniry Dance Conirnicteeq Honor ROIIS Gym Dance Committee, Glee IG' Football, 1, Gamma Sigma Epsilon, Alpha Epsilon Delta. DICK INICALISTER , MERIIJIAIQ Miss. X, Business 'ID II KID 2 Baseball, 1, zg 731 ' f BETTY MCCABE, VICKSBURG, Miss. 'Q Liberal Arts ' vfilf. iff, I i Pan.I-Ielleniei Couniiil, .Rfebel dismal Yg f' A C. A.,,' Beauty Sect-i6n,'Pi:g, W. ' ,Hi 2 ,A . ', , 'f g I Nfff X I rf gf., . is i i'Z ' ,i,fV!1!, jf f ERNESTVVAALTER MCQRA,CKENV -ljlljGIiIil'i.S, ARK. , Q Eifyiitferirzy I I I fliiieta Pi, Gamma Sigma Epsilguiii j, f,j5.PfCSfdBDC Class, 1, Z, Boxing, 1, if 3:f If lx ifffM,,0.,A. R. s., ciubgecafdzmf , CILIt5gf,Imerfx-aternixy Council, 3,3-1, Gymf I Da1ice.vComuiitree: Chairman Iriterfratzi'-'Q nifiyj Dante Comnrirzee, I Execuyiye I Cougicilj ,'FoozbaJI. Managergi' Jpresiclent Gaiilma Sigma Epsilon, Dagget Poinfsg f ff YQ C. A., 3Q"4,. Physics! 'liaborargfty I 1. - - "4 Instructor..." T V 5 , , . . fa' .1 . H ' 1' . I N ! I A' W, , , 4 . , I. .-af" ', '. ' if 2 I", If 5734, ,f .. f'f i I 5 , If! ...gn rg Q ', f, 'iff 5. if , f ' ?.f.f 7' I f, 57 ' 1, 1 Us ff .if ,cf . f .ij f 1 . X ,4 ,X igyfffh' f... A f . J , f 4 ' 1 , , ., , ,I , RX Zlfrylo, jf XA' ?f,,Xl -. , E IN., vip I V I K' ' , I ENIDIQ jAIxIEs K. MOONEY oxnfoms, Miss. Pharmacy IRBY AIOORE OAKILANII, Miss. Bizsinfss E N M. O. A. K. S., Interfraternity Council, 3: 4, Gym Dance Committee. 4, IUIIA suuppian Staff, 3, 4. EIIIIIE RIACK NIORGAN MOORHEAD, Miss. Business It 2, O A K Blue Key, Head Cheerleader, '36, '37, '38, Interfraternity Council, I37, Cheerleader Assistant. '35, "M" Club, Traclt, '35, '36, '37, Student and Faculty Publication Council, Interfraternity Dance Commit- tee, Business Manager 1938 OLE Miss, Annual Staff, Y. IVI. C. A., Arrowhead, Dagger Points, Business Manager Rebel. NVALLACE P. IVIURPHY CALION, ARK. Liberal .iris ETHEL KICBEE CREENVYOOD, MISS. Liberal .iris XS? Y. XV. C. A., 2, 3, 4, Treasurer Y. W. C. A.. 4, W. A. A., 4, Pix, 3. 4. BIARTHA MCCOY LAUREL, MISS. Liberal .-Iris A A A Pan-Hellenic Council, Y. W. C. A. BIARIETTE SOLVAY NICIDONALD MEMPHIS, TENN, Liberal .-Iris X Q Latin Club, President of Y. VV. C. A. Cabinet, I, 2, Woman's Student Gov- ernment Ofiicer, 1, 2, 3, President of W. S. G., 4, Secretary Y. W. C. A.. 3, Vice-President Y. W. C. A., 4, Tassels, Executive Council, 4, W. A. A., 2, 3, 4, Rifle Team, 3, 4, B. S. U. Council, 2, 3, 4, Who's Who in American Universities and Colleges, 4. , ,CX ,Iw.x1Es IIICIQEE PIC.-XX L' X E, INIISS. Bll.9l71l'55 Rifle Team. 1' -' , E11w.xR1u .I.xx1Es fIICN1xA1,xR1x. AMORY, Miss. Lilzfrzll .'l rI5 I Catholic Club, I, 2, 3, 4, C:ermanxClub, Track, 2. M, f ix RODNEY QL'1N NELSON, AIR. CREENFIELD, TENN. Libfral qlrlr B. S, U. President, Glee Club, Hermean, University Chorus, Transfer Copiali I.in- coln. S.m1L'1z1, B. OLDEN, JR. YAZO0 CITY, MISS. Lilzrral .Iris w -. 1 L A 11, 11, II L Blue Key, Hermean, '35, '36, '37, President of Phi Eta Sigma, Secretary Freshman "Y" Cabinet, President Junior "Yu Cah- inet, Vice-President Senior Cabinet, IVI, O. A, K. S., Interfraternity Council, Interfraternity Dance Committee, Ilflir- 'r KIDPIIJII Staff. '36, '37, '38 Feaue Editor, '37, Honor Roll, '38, German Club, 37, '38, University Chorus, '35, '36, Cassical Club, '38, Dagger Points, Gym Dance Committee. THOMAS V. PARKER VICKSBURC, Miss. Buyincss Football Z, 3, -+, Track. '36, "Nl" Club. PERCY PARKER CANTON, Miss. l.ibr'ral girls fi: A O, 111 A A Trcasurer Phi Alpha Delta, President Latin Club, Hermean, Y. Nl. C. A., Track, I, 2, 3, "Nl" Club. IKE PEARSON CZRENAIDA, MISS. Libfral :Tris Baseball, I, 2, Golf, I. SENIDIQ I II I 1 HENRY MCMURTRAY HAZLEHURST, MISS. Liberal Arts JOEL PHILIP INICNINCH VICTORIA, Miss. Education GLYER NORSWORT1-1Y VVAYNESBOR0, MISS. Liberal Arts Beta Zeta, Taylor Medal in Astronomy. ,fy II I If BROOKS Lswgrgs PACK ' 'Q gtxgxrqrvriajlmiss. ' Iliff, Riff' ' f . Lzbvrgal Arts I ' 1 fl' Q ' . I ' J V ' ' 1' X 5 1 JH? II ,X -17'-v'!V Y ,-I If,J EgQ5fl'1 I RQ., Q.,..BFf16'fl3Y.PARKER 4 ,fag -. ff, 'X , ,575 ,gf VOXWORXH, Miss. , ffyf,7,f,i , . , ' I 5 ,1L1bfwwfff E iff E.!f5'E'-.1 .fi 1 2.3: if II i Mk CLjiA,L' 2,',I , Cardinal Club, Inter- I Ix'f',frat6n'1ity' Coun VI, 3. 1 ' f ,iz lib if fl! Q , , f, A-:Ki I ,VIII frfqr if pf! I Tijfgli-f5 I ff '- 1 I 3 fff , wg, 'Q' I tw, Ififawfw' . , .R ' if I 1 . Linux QQMQ .Y if j,-,ffr.-R, I :ar ,wwf f Y. 1 is T 71 , - J C- 1 1 a-'ff '1 1 IQI T'f.A.K.S.gP'd ."fS'fCl,N ,- I ' -f fSC3niorlBaseball Ic'IZhfg959LN?y 'xass A-lr L9 . 1 , .fx j ,xxx I fll V' ""1q ,. P' . I rr-, x "1- , N ii, . fl A 1 1' .f,1f'1," Y x xx: 1 - ,f ky ,xr i'y,,Y If WF ... Lff ,111 il 22137 2125-vrff '11 WI PS , '-15-4 If 2 J Rdigizksl P15 NI gflfoiskt ,,,1.,1 j X -'iffi ' I I x X .' 'I O .55 R impair, MISS A !,Q,3L, gf 5 XX , ,fi Efflinilion I 1 X X rf " 'V -X ' fwcnrlt . 3 -vi Ta .. . aj Ji. 11' ' if Ji 7' I 'A fe I I , , 1 I gg. L.. rj"-Xi-.. ,L 'I A I, Qirlgl ,iff NA - -I R M 1 Q 1 I 0 'gf fg.21,Qj".'gjjj 3 'ef ff' 'gf .AA 1 '- ' ' fi ' I WI 9 fb' ' "'f"i',f fg.,.,"'., ' j f f,f11'Iz.,,' if 1 . ?i1f?!ZrI'fIiff227N fefagizaza 1, .I II . Xfqfffz ff 2 gffqfr Af' 132, ,.,,..k-M V fx if - 5.7 AI," ,., ' ' if "Z f pic, ' 1 1:1117 'I 1 ' ' f'f'fff4'ffv,v4c6 TJ' if 'fr??Xf?'f2ff'1fG.I 1' 5 .. 1 r -I K . Q ' ,,2,AX4f:,I!4,',,.v K U IF! M ,X fd 31.11, f, 4, A ' I I 4 ELIZABETH PLEASANTS I IYIINTER CITY, MISS. Librral .-Iris A A A T RIARY POTTER AUGUSTA, GA. Librral :Iris 1 x Q ll Rebel Staff, Classical Clubg W. A. A. T l I ERNEST PUCKETT If vrCitsBURG, Miss. jl Pharmacy 5 ll Pharmacy Club, Secretary Sophomore Cl'ssg Honor Roll, 2, President of Junior ll Classg Member of Mississippi State Phar- ll maceutical Associationg Y. M. C. A., 3: Q, Vice-President of Student B'anch cf N A.Ph.A.g Rho Chig Cardinal Club. .ll 'rf ll ' I - ,A I' 5 . , W ,ff RQ' .f7,...-Rafe? I I , 7 l . A ' I CARSON ROBERICDSON MCA, 1 , ' ' ' .f ,b, xx f ill JACKSON, Misa? -X ij' J' XX I . .1 Liberal Arts 'Qi' "W,JL-'li X c 1 ' K A ,, if Cheerleader, '38, Sigrngifl ' '38-'39g I fraternity ,AHl,Q,CQI9mfIii',,f-' ree, 1, ifjfv-igfsfiaresil "lim-fSi'gma.i'f '37-'38y.fCa.m1:5us Edj' Lflifitippiang Ra T f X-A X- 0 1 e eadx. U. Ai , K-WV X, . Xff f , ip : . 4 , ' 7 'Q faj,jf,f Y XIITIQQP Jlff, 1, , EUGENE R'Q93'ERSf" f F, PoRTERv1LL f1i4,1isizQ ,Q L . . xy, Liberal Af '- , f , " I fr Y' I . l K A Zwjifg' , W ' ',' A 'V I, jf! J 3 f 1 'f ' , 'Q I ' f x , 55:-glial G f f ,, ' if ,QJSEYNIOIJRXRGGOV!N','f'i,,',f if ' ' ,. I ,' L.,w,'f"Q',Vfjf7 ff g'7 ' f'-ff,-al NEW Y0HK,.,NQ,...r-,f iff ii ff, . Qffvfi f ,,, I, I ' f Effwffmffef riff' . eee' E E, , ,Wifi of I f XF ,Q Eau, 214 'gaskeflrilig 1515, fi:e5Preside?Ii of KJ' V A'- ,pil Gxagiima, Sigria Q YQ Ef'9il0F?f"'3'i'.Vig"?PfE5i5enFiA054154 i?"4. 'fi' ' J RQ. ,. -. ii ' I E'Q'ff"'Ti3"5'i2 ,, , ' , ' 'S-Q.,s! ' ' I ff? VL! ,f r: - -' I. JA 'l if ,rl"'i' Q X K W Il! in' I fl 1' 'XXI f I it S f V ENIDD A. P. POPE Lis: Mouxi., II I. If lf'1l5lIlf'.VJ ' 4- A O l, I I . x l,'I'IIliL XIJRICIT 'i L'I'Hl.O', Miss. ljllrruff .Iris .1 Y. XV. C. A., 41 Rr-bf! Staff, Annual Staff ll TXT CLIFTON RAWLS, JR. COi.L'MB1A, Miss. l3usim'J.v E x, A : H Y. M. C. A., 4. RIARY FRANCES ROE GREENVYOOD, INIISS. l.iduz'aIio11 X Q Y. W. C. A., Classical Club, W. A. A., Treble and Bass. FRED ROGERS POR'liERYILI.E, MISS. Libfral .Jrls K A RIORGAN ROSEEOROUGH CREENIVOOD, MISS. Lilzfral girls ri: A O, O A K Blue Key, Band, 1. 2, 35 Assistant Drum Major, lg Head Drum Major, 2, 35 Vice-President Beta Zeta. 2. President, 35 Cadet Major of R. O. T. C., 3. IQERMIT RUSHING PADEN, MISS. Pharmacy ,TN BLESS ROY RUSK BIIOXI, 51155. Plzarmacy Secretary Senior Pharmacy Schoolg Secretarv of A.Ph.A.g Rifle Team, i 1, Vu X XV. E. SANDERS S MERIDIAN, Miss. Busizzrff X X CHRISTOPHER SCARANO NEW YORK, N. Y. Lilufral Arts Honor Rollg Boxing Team. lg "Nl" Cli.b. LUTHER SEYMoLfR SEXTON HAZLEHURST, MISS. Liberal .flrls 4: K SP M, o. A. K. s EVERT SHEFFIELD nonsn, Miss. Plzarmary A.Ph.A.g Viceepresident of Senior Phar- macy Class. GILL SH ELTON RUI.EVll.I.E, MISS. Iiusinrs: 2 X Tennis Team, '36, '38, ISLYCENE SIMPSON JACKSON, Miss. Librral firls K A Cardinal Club: Y. M. C. A. SENID 'll 1 0 g n JOSEPH SADKA MERIDIAN, Miss. I l Business N 1 CP fl 4' V President of Freshman Classy Football, I. R 4 I RIARTHA ANICE SANDERSON 5 HOUSTON, Miss. E Liberal Arts i Taylor Medal in Spanish, '38g Alpha ' Lambda Delta. JAMES SCHOFIELD, JR. FERNDALE, MICH. Librral :Iris German Club. ffl li fl A l FRgDE' ILLIAM SH.-XXV, JR. 1 if ffl, 4 I DTKffEi'PoRT, i0wA f k1.i1mi..1 .flris 7 .T K A lm,f,l3'!lli4fQi li Edo f h M ' 'pp' ! x' K' '1 'V 1 ong itor o t e :nun lan, ' il if fl ESS' is Ifsragingiigzr Wjr 43,144 f ,fix 10 iss ews ur . 1 ' -Q-ll X ffilgoijitsfflikrudent Executive Council: Stua I ,QMS-fgfpgxf d6ntsDa Committeeg Who's Who in H X"'Q'Agiexj " " lleges and Universities: Stu- , derlgugbli' ations Committeeg Y. M. l , , , ., , . V. 'wx A TG, if WZ I, :xi -: i .js JA." X XS 1 A. if .Q fwvvf J- 'fx ' . T fu' fxffdl f '-.- ' 4 . , ' .2f,,ff,fg.,, fgggnj Ifffj X 5 ffv"7f'f ' flip- ' rlt, 7' N 04' " S I R,-Q. . ' 2,1 lf? Byrne J 1 !.l?'f7lQQ G' lr A ' rarj ,,'5f'3,S A .W 3 ff lf, fcffxfisgi A 15 H l Y gg: ,J H an l lx 1 'VM fl l:ll'Nl-IX!! 1 A . 3 1.5.x , is -Qzvfziff I ZX W 3, 5. wi '- yu ,jx Q12 ZF A S IMMONS YQ ill, xv .1 ' '::A Q: K 9 LA' MISS. Q1 A .'jl'::' 5 L1 if ' 'ff ' 'S-4'?'L?' 'L ff-' i H ff v SYJ. -. -2 C125 ,lf S. . if: Q1K'.5'f4Lfif f A +R 'Es f. ff! X. it All 'fl' ' .,f .J ::. . Va' L " Ll' L I-1 'fi fefiweigl. 5 X Xkxraiff .S K ING Y 2 K N , "5':rf.i:i-"5 iif.f,Y2' S 'N v iKT1L?l'Vf'.Af S if S .... -1 .4 VH' in ll J x ff" i 4 , 'C X 4' -f .gQ:2-- Q' A . .f -. 5?"3f?3?iffl9Z522 3 ff 1.51. -Q V-'fff' f ff, 2-fy I ' A " f' 5 1- ' 1 70 4, laufi . . 'yy ,LI I ' A j f it cgi'-X .v, F4 i- f. ,4,- f .i,i,', '.f',,affpH:, 4 A ." '-15' , ...---, 4" 1 : -3-'L .," 'Y' if-, . " ,S D Ki in ' :ff 52? fi: that Sl U ,, .1 ' Aaah f af, ' ', wb jf'...,p , ff.. ,. .ms I I BETSY SMITH I CANTON, Miss. Libfral .iris X Q Y XX' C A. AIARVIN G. SMITI-I INnIANoI.A, Miss. Businfss ' A YI' 4: E1 Football, 2, 3, 4. V JULIA SOMERVILLE PARIS, TENN. ' Librral .iris I l A A A CREATH SPEER !, AJ'13 ? Q, I INDIANOLA, MlS5I,'2f il? ff'-IP' 1 I' V Businfss If xx ' 1 '71 'fwg ,X sxIf,s2II E -- E' FX' lxwf C 'j":. Y, ,f M. o. A. K. SIQTY. 'M.'Cf As: 'mbie and Bassg University Chozusz. ZDKEIITQ1 :emiry Councilf',Sw.dent-1.Exeiutixfe Cogn- cilg Glee Clubj. 'c9llegiai'r5:1 Phi Sggmag S olxxsgpfwhipre Buslq- I, ness choo 1 A 5 X Cf-liff.7" 'fi 1' ff' zfimfzff' X' ff-ff. Milf' 4.4 q., xx ,X Jim" X , ,V A V .54 " I T A ,. ,. - 93 ' HANS-KARL STEALTSQS 4, I PORT cIIssgi,'MIss.,5T17 ,X Nj- 'f'.",.f, 4,1 Liberal .Mg In B 9 Il 2-ff 1 . 'ni'9t'ifl'.', ' , 4 President of if CIlQbji.3.f'44, IMHM- Iional Rela nigbfixfvjjkfxsxigsxfppiun, Ig Annual Sta , 1' l , . ' I-I' lkff ,fl f, .YL Ar , 1, ! , ,. y 'I , A I-If . 1 A. ' ,I XTERRY SQBEIR5 ff, If 57 . 3 ,ji gf- "f, . 17,4 """AQ'f YI A 7,14 ,li K0sCIUsIwgqM1ssg.f + J ,"'.,'! If 'Ii f ,W Ian!!! -I-lg' r I Eg97?f?f'f17'4 Ilffzgfjl I . - 'I A 2 I Pfgsidiemjsqnipt CIassg'ViCe-Presidine A:,S.l ' A I 4 C,gJ.B.gj Band. ' 2, 31 E13 .Chi ffiapsiloggi. -'Lg-3 'Q '?TIiera Pig Beta Zera. 15,11 I. -V v 'fy 5. 1, ' f .12 A ji, A V ,.-, 43 : I-I 1 V, ,X "fs-44.2 . 1f.'?J1fLZi 1. 1 I Exf0lSEff'1I?XY51f0Pvf"f' 37 "li M 5115.2 If. fplq- fffjfgyfi lj A IN . grin! Y I ,GRE1QIgx6A,.,.Ml38.fT'f'j " ,,.. 'I if - I 5 f'F"s'ft- Ilia. li 4 "'?:2 155 gr ' X '- nifdifelfvm' F1 I ini E' 4 if: ,, jf? , 34-If fxj .fy - ff, ff ff' ' . 'ji 4 2' I yd 5 :fi l..+"?' '-I Q . ,fsfff X I . 3 few? 21--sw 16235-sf. '1v1g.g'i'.i'gf! .Sf K Fw QSXI Qgfzfg If gi. I I ai 4, foffwf 5 X - 'fi-'zzz ---E' 'T' A 'gf' I 66510 -,Sf f ' I ,. I 35 A I ENIDIQ HARRY SMITH SAN I"RANC'ISCO, C.XI.II. li'usilI1'ss fp II NIJ? vice-Pffsfdenf --M" UUE, x'I.E.I.IfmIs.Im Catholic Clubg M. O. A. K S GRACE 9I.sIzc:I'EIzITE SMITII suircjeiz, Miss. Librral :Iris is z Ml. S. G., 45 Y. VV. C. A.g Inrernansnsl Relations Clubg XV. A. A 5 Var-Irv Bas- ketball 3. DIXIE SPMIIQMAN COOKSVILLE, MISS. Business 4: M Y. XV. C. A.g Rifle Teamg NV, A. A. STEPHENS SPENCER RED LICK, MISS. Business E A E Band, I, 2, 3, 44 Mississippian. 3g Colle- gians, 4g Y. M. C. A.g Senior "Y" Cabinet: Hermeang kreshman Days Csm- ITIIIYEC. ELEANOR STROXVD GULFPORT, MISS. Liberal .Jrls K A Y. NW. C. A.g W. A. A. S,-IM SUGG CALHOUN CITY, MISS. Liberal .-Iris OLIN TAYLOR SENATOBIA, MISS. Business E A E s I ETX X .lab L - so HELEIQ ALLENE THOMPSON ABERDEEN, Miss. - A ' Businfss sl. R. TIPTON HERNANDO, Miss. ' i 5 Ilusinvss A'1'.x,AEH 1 x Cardinal Clubg Treasurer of Junifvrgiihndl 1 Senior Classg Phi Sigma5 Y. M. M.o.A.K.s. X ,N f K3 CHARLES TRAYLOR BILOXI, MISS. Libffal :Iris H K A Band, 15 Vice-President Sophomore Class5 Y. M. C. .-X., 1, 2, 3, 45 Interfraternity Council, 35 President Junior Class5 Busi- ness Staff of Mississippian, 35 Business Staff of OLE Miss, 2, 3, 45 Debating Team, Z5 Secretary of Phi Sigma, 35 Sec- retary of Tau Kappa Alpha5 Interfrater- nity Dance Committee, 45 Rebel Business Staff, Business Manager of University .0 g X l a l FRANK TINDALL INDIANOLA, MISS. Liberal Arts A '11, 0 A K Blue Key5 "M" Clubg Treasurer Senior Class, B.A.5 Glee Club, 1, 25 Y. M. C. A.5 Manager Baseball, 1, 2, Senior Managerg Phi Sigmag Vice-Prefid:nt Blue Key, 45 Secretary "M" Club, 45 M.O.A.K.S.5 Secretary Blue Key. l CORINNE TOOIXIER TUPELO, Miss. Liberal Arts X Q EVERETTE G. TRULY, JR. U FAYETTE, Miss. Liberal Arts II K A Y. M. C. A. HOMER TURNER Players5 Catholic Club, 1, 2, 3, 4. DOUGLAS B. TUBB SMITHVILLE, Miss. Librral Arts IT K 119 lV.lARY SPAIN USREY FAYETTE, Miss. Libvral Arts A A A ,W JACKSON, MISS. Business A sp, A 2 11 ? aiaiclent, 1 raternity Council, 45 Pres- ,J hi Sigma, 33 Cardinal Club, if-'k"j"f2g lee Club, 1, 2, 35 University 5' oius5 Y. M. C. Ag Gym Dance - C mmittce, jf- L! , .K i rf ,X-Q.: v. ,DEN 1 'l YZ!! 9,32 ISS. LA' XY- gal Gail," , ,g-to 'X-lib' Nxt VQQYQSF 1.5 gl Classical Club. 'f ,X -,am o ' gfllifi 'A L R Q' ,jf .-2 A V ,ff 51, egg A, ' ff I 7 ,fym ,. .tr . N Zfafffl 1, ' H1 '4 gf X V' fQ4fq.s",.f W1 if XXQJ . ' 'f J 317 2-V' ,A TVIARGARET WALKER 'lf' LAMBERT, MISS- lf ' e o if enior Clasv lgefffternity . ' T "QD C ' 5 I 4- C 'li Lfbffal Hfff G e,f,Zf..'Z"2ff " fbi. A Z ,fl lj J Phiisigmag Y... ' A . I' P.. W- VV H Sigma Alpha Iotag Treble and Bass. T K KNTS l 4 K Y A 1 ' T S 'f . 25 A' , Miss. 'p if in lrts I fx i .ILANITA NVARREN .Mel W 1 , 'Q 5, A er r ed.. L 'fbi MERIDIAN, Miss. rw ,F ff, I ll ,n Businms M-V f-il - ub' file N 1 123 bm .V Q 3 5 , 141' V 1.11117 ' N ml, f'? E R'H T 3, 45 W. A. A.. 3, 45 S ' A . ff, ' l-.:f::pj.'3 I if ibm C, A., Archery Club. emo' - VEI-LS -5 l'e5jfjgT 557,512.5 ' I wi 3 152. i5:?'4':eiL'f.af - :r el-w A, .5 ffl-lift, ff an ,fe-51'-Aff. H- ,H . .. l --313'--1. WIONTEZ VVATSON ,H A K, . yi 4 -fi- :iii 4 BRUCE, Miss. --5,,A'ma,'1, 2, HY p,, -ds.,-'11, :-, X 1'lf'A-lvll' -1 "' l .. - " ' . k X liberal 4,15 yy i-QI r. e Presi nt . . ., . rac i J ' XS l :HZ 1 a ger5 m yppmn Sta , 2, 35 Y W C A W A A ,NQi,g,hT-.Igiae ragi' ansiommit e 3, Gym . . . .5 . . . atM,,.ir1 . ' .. 'ft , X i eff? G7 Z., will 1 , , li f3,i'11-.L+ fp'-f iizalifff r YT" NSS' zzfviil ' Q9 ' A 'Q' .' -f5.f1...?f - -J E N I 0 E S ,ff 44! 41 75354 . I. A . Q , ." 4jgf114', 4 -,512 , , .,f. 4fQy'g ' , 3, swf Qs. . E601 ,fr i 'ik I fy 'tiff' . ' P ,eff , 'zgfy . ff I' 'f . ,s 4 ' if , ' - L1 1' " , aqgyq 4 ' :I ui f , wb wg, , 1. J.. .46 . . - -.f-M A-4 f A ALONZO VVESTBROOK JACKSON, Miss. Busznrss II K A Blue Keyg Secretary Freshman "Y"g Treas- urer of Sophomore "Y"g Student Dance Committee, 33 Treasurer of ASBQ Mix' sissippian Staff, 1, 2: Interfraterniry Council, 33 Annual Staff, 1, 2, 35 Golf Team, Z, 3, 4, Captain, 4g Secretary of Phi Sigma, lg President of Plfi Sigma, 25 Manager Student Bank. 3. 4. 5. BOBBY VVHEAT ENID, Miss. Liberal :Iris 'ID K XI' LLOYD WHITE HORNBEAK, TENN. Business Football, 2, 35 Coaching Staff, 45 "M" Club. STEVE VVILKERSON LULA, MISS. Liberal .4r1s ' A ., in Q13 if B O H f 'H' if i Classical ciub, WI" ciiiimsoxihgfiieaffjl' I Y K 'flu' ff X -X f ,Y X NIARGARET xVIiLT.iM.g,, ffl? 71 ' I. , " 4 'fl ITTA BENA, Missa K Q' .A Liberal Arts fg X' if-jQffQ Pigs? ff ' "lf2Q'5'f , sf? K A f. 4 x.. ,fl ,fr ,fpf?fx.fjzjf J Y. W. Cz,lA.92'fW. A."lzok9qIatmaI Club, 4- 'I Y ff! ' f3?33'?ZR. 1 5 2421? cfs! If, .frf W xvogfiff X AYNE .C , f y I DORSEY, Misgf' mf 7511? ' Libfral Arias' i ' 3-ivf ' l'v""x Aljfj ru 1..w,.v'v.x.,, , CLIFFORD G.'y'W,CiBiSHAlXI 5 t CORINTH, Mispfg 5 ,- 3 '- ' Ig ,:47.,c 1 EngIneerIn2jj,5"'4,'.j' fi! ' 2 X, 0 -fK,'fi?-Ksilffi ff! V Sigma Tlleta nfjg ChiC'E15Sj1'lo'ng Herrpegni U, 'T ff' A. C.f sAi? Prgid ' Q 'ff fag, I JuniorfClasSg,f-Presidentggffgzxa 'a if 4.3-:j,:" Secretary'-bf Ag Q lggfretazy l f' ,,g5iQii'gfjIjhm Hal Pregiiigsrf igm? Theta! f ' 'PreSident'ChiQEDsil4rI,4 395QIn-V ff X Z,gEi!i:2!.Cex1hity' Dandg' Cofhmgteeg F122-iorQ ., . .sI:,I,,zg3,'-14 usingss, QB 0 is-i '12, V "fA1'.sis.fibfiah,4'3,f'4g Executiye Cuurivils 'X , 1 I Q, , .XC f,'i' f' Y ,.Y?5DE9L,YrwERT0NRe - f f , fl QAYJSBRINGS, Miss. . ,ff ' 5325.2 A I X ' z Vharffwy 2 , I . : YB 612354 - - I. .I v 5 f'-if -ni 'IQ Y? 97 ' X532 1. fi,-7Pres!Qgi1t '0f',AiPh.A,2 M. Io. Q. Kits.: f f Q, " 7 Annual' Staff 4g'Migi.9ippia S 3g.:Stu- f' 'NL' clentQExei:ufIve'Coufi'cIl, 3. .2 5 f . if -1' 7 J 2vf,f!'f7,"1f . A jtvnx, I I A " I s - PI 1,42 .1 1f""f' XX- 3532 '44 '-I'fl',."'f .5 fi' ' .3 11.51 ww. Effjfiigl 1 ,ne MXQ- Xl' 'iffffzzi-ii l ..,.'w'fI"iV 'WV Q?f,gf,. -E-, , 're-fsgilg 12,144.4 E'f"+fff"' ,Q 1 I. f 'I . 1.3 lx iff? ENICD NIERCRR NVHAYNE LEI'.ix'IO, ARK. Plmrurafy A 'l' SI Pharrnary Club. lrg Dance Cummmu lntcrfratcrnltv Council, 3g Y. bl C X Vice-President of junior Class. LLOYD R. XVHITE OXFORD, MISS. liI1si1I1's.v M.xRTH.x XVILEY OXFORD, INHSS. lfdzzmlirnz K -5- E. B. XVILLI.-XMS, -IR. POPLARVILLE, MISS. Libfral .iris H K A BILL XVILLIAMS MCCOMB, Miss. Business Footballg Basketballg Trackg "NT, Club CLYDE XVOOD XYOODVILLE, Miss. Bzlsilzvss E A E Y. Nl. C. Aj Hermean TRLAIAN YANCY PITTSBORO, MISS. Businvss 112 II CIP M. O. A. K. S. MRS. CLARA YORK YARD.-XMAN, MISS. Edufalion Glee Club S S ,,,., . . t . t N X ws..-Ti s is A X 'rm - ...x Q .. . -sg N X5 wg t ,, tt e Sf, ..,x .ss rr' 'Q' i A X P-Mgzri iii-A7527 rig s N X ff' 1 XXX SX 3 as 3 R s Q 2 J S N N s xg .,.. Xxx.N. x 5 S .X.N.., ,.W,,L,,. S sxwi F fr X Q E X X s Q XX Ss X,xx N x S S Q g X X .ss Xw,'X E ,.NxX . li o S P M xxkx X NXXX xx, The Junior year might be called the rgsgoaclg of the Seat?-i-ind comes Christmas and he realizes that the college career. There is a strong clesi its pusggahimsi Xiegort assigned in September is due. The Library and take 3 rightful place-Or, at least, gels Q righ'E of ian unaccustomed place of abocle for several ':- X SX if X ,Eh ful-with the Seniors, ancl yet there IS ights qarnm E 3 hoohs- Reslghed ro hrs rare, he Works mah' to be a fresh once again. They seem to ads: much Xi uggfa manages, strange to say, to do fairly well. , , , 4 h fsin usuall asses uneventfull althou h he be- fun and to be so utterly oblivious to t eirc stakes, - i lip . Y' g . - i c m :gi "t. - fully in accord with some sage who saxcl the ' N ' After all, though, he thinks, I have bee p three . , N , v . c eg learns more in bull sessions than in the t nd m n t kid n m r -n e reen . . . . Yee 5 3 3 0 3 3 Y 0 C ev cla s r eg . Spring, with its consequent love affair fsl, as some I see around here-and must lo o re 1. 0 1.21. rush by all wo quickly and exams loom Serious rhlhgs- S0 he hghres our how h ' gg' Well, just one more year of this place and W0rrh'Whlle 5rUelYlhS- He really has """"' g ' -' thinks, but something tell h' but the coop beckons-Aren't the frosh irls cute this s im he is whistling in rh dark. GEORGE ANDERSON RAMON LITTON . JOHN KIRK ADAMS . . . CATO MAYFIELD . President of Liberal Arts School . President of Business School President of Engineering School . President of Pharmacy School Litton, Anderson, Mayfield, Adams X FW!! 1939 LE M SS UN CLASS LEo ABRAHAM, if H E .......... . Port Gibson, Miss. Liberal A ru Cardinal Club, 2, Pre-Med Club. CORINNE iACKER, X Q .......... . Aberdeen, Miss. Liberal Arts Beauty Section, 2. JOHN K1RK .ADAMS, A K E ...... ..... C orinth, Miss. Engineering Chi Epsilon, Sigma Beta Pig M. O A. K. S., Honor Roll, President Junior Engineers, A. S. C. E., 1, 2, 3, Program Chairman, 3, Honor Council of Engineering School, Y. M. C. A.. 1, Z, 3. JESSE .ADAMS . ........... . Bruce, Miss. Engineering Rifle Team, Olhcer in R. O. T. C. VVILLIAM .'xLLEN, 9 K N . ......... . Jackson, Miss. Pharmary Annual StaHg Honor Roll. DEMPSEY XXLLEN, E X . . .... . . Bogalusa, La. Business GEORGE ANDERSON, E N . A ......... Vicksburg, Miss. Liberal Ari: Y, M. C. A., 1, 2, Phi Sigma, Zgjlffissusxppian Staff, 1, 23 Cardinal Club, 2, President Cardinal Club, 3, Vice-President ciiSophomore Class, 2, President of Junior Class, 33 s Interfraternity Council, 2, 3. XVILLIAM ANDQREQN . ...... . Oxford, Miss. si' Engineering GLENMORE ASH, EII A .L . ..... . Lexington, Miss. 7 Liberal Art! sg - MARX' .ASHLEY, A A A ......... . . . Hollandale, Miss. 4 Liberal Arn Uhiversifyxsflayersg Delta Psi Omega. GEoRcE ATKINSON, K A . ........... Pickens, Miss. Liberal Ari: Mixsirsippian Business Staff, 2, 35 OLE MISS Annual Business Staff, 1, 25 University rigs, jg, i' Players, 2, Debate Council, 2. DELL Ausrir? .E .... 5, ........... VVinona, Miss. N . ,FN I ' i ' Liberal Arts Gym ',QaricifCosrimittee, 35 Rifle Team, 2, Cardinal Club, 2. XVINKEY AUr'REx?Qf'3fs".ii .... . . . . . . Hattiesburg, Miss. 'XX x Business n X 5,5si5l,x,5l.l I All Football, 1, 2, 3. w1LL1.imTi.S1gei1, as A e .QQ ............ Winona, Miss. Q 'Qi lv Engineering President Sopliomoiie Y. M. Yice-President Junior Y. M. C. A.3 Varsity Tennis, 25 Freshman Baskeiinafllg Mxuinippidjgj Business Staff, 25 Hermean Literary Society, Z3 Treble M "ibm ' E' ands-Bass Club, 2, A. S. C. E., 2. MURLIB B.gxKEgi-i' . ff. . -X ....... . Oxford, Miss. 'XX .. Burinesr .PAUL BALfi-i+if' . r .... .Leakesville, Miss. ' it A 5 Liberal Arts s !.U?.EE B.iNii5s,-QM . , . .,g . . . . . - Businen . . . .Memphis, Tenn. V W. A. A.: Y. W.5C.5A., Legislative Council, W. S. G. EVELYN Bi-rss A 1' . . K x K 5, EDWIN if if K.nHRxfE'igB.EI.2if, Z . . .1 h. s go. HACKETT BENNETT . . is kb ASSE B1,acKwELLe . . FRED BLACR L, ,As 11' Lg . ' N , X VVILLIE MAE BLYTHE, X ,SI 'se. . MAUDE BOLTON, A A A . JAMES BoNns . V OWEN BowEN, KA . . il I641 7 Liberal A rl: -axle. - . . . Pharmacy A. Ph . A. . . . . . . ' Libtralsfi rl: . .eu 1 . Libenilfd rtx Q g 4 . , vsq . 5- fs X, . .Fi ' ' ,si Q 5 Ss .X sa. " . . ,Eiffel ,ia . . ix l 1 . . . Hazelhurst, Miss. . Tylertown, Miss. . Oxford, Miss. . .Mcridian, Miss. . Monticello, Miss. "X X A ips .... Laurel, Miss. Yi B"I'p5'it'i ' ff? -K., . . . . -. W. ...Lake Qorgi ant, Miss. Liberalfirtx fig 1 Q f . 'viii 2152... 'O . . . . . . li Tupelo, Miss. Libff-11 - it University WI' . , .sL::-,,sTsr- 1 , , . . 51g,:fg:f.- . ff Holly Springs, Miss. Libermr , ,M R g .ig 1 2 . . Q, .R :X S: 3 ,Qs . McLain, Missrs Bwinmiifri .evinced ' . -A if iffgeff R l iii X ' V . 1, s R' lf. I' , N' I V -if XX EN .V 'i' 'ii --if 1 Q rr is . Sl Hifi Z' iw il! ,' " - za. LXR' X If , fi L ,SOX Iv A 1 'X l , if E: .f .fs ff . M4 F. V, 5 .sy 3 ,Q J I x, i 1 ' ' 'l"' . ji, V ., ., Aga.. "Q "wr-""f' 1, Q. UN ASS JOSEPH BRADLEY, K A . . . . . Belzoni, Miss. Business EDVVIN BRAMLETT, fb 1' A . . . . Glenside, Pa. Business MARY JUSTINA BROXYN, X Q .......... Hattiesburg, Miss. Liberal A rls Y W. C. A.g Classical Clubg Home Economic Club. HARRY BRYAN, E X . . ............ Jackson, Miss. Engineering Cardinal Club, Za Mississippian, Y. M. C. A.g A. S. C. E. LAURA BRYANT, Z T A ............. Edwards, Miss. Business Y. W. C. A.g W. A. A.g Rifle Team. JAKE BURFORD, A X11 ........ . . . . Laurel, Miss. Business JEAN BURNHAM, X Q . .... . . Magee, Miss. Liberal Arts CLEVE BURIQS, II K A . . . . . .... Dyersburg, Tenn. Business ,,, Band, 1, 25 Rifle Team, 25 Winner Rifle Teagr Trophy. RALPH BURNS ..... . .... . . n5Lfi,,sz . Gulfport, Miss. Business ,Qi E ffl "M" Club, 25 Intramural Heavyweight Boxing ,pionshi ,LP southeastern Conference Heavyweight Champion, 25 Football, 1 '22s Serge nffii. O. T. C. ., 9 0 HAROLD BURSON, dv E II ...... ," ujfjrx. . . Memphis, Tenn. I Liberal Arts ,. Editor "NIH Book, 3, Sports Editor of Annual, 3grl?o,rts Editogkkews Editor of Mississippian, 1, 2, 3g Director of News Publicity for ulii Frsity, 33 Ban'gl,,N2,XRebel StaH. PAUL BUSBY .... , ........ . . . WV'31ieQ Oro, Miss. , Business ll' ,GZ :N Football 2, 3, Baseball, Z. -ll "LI ALFRED BUTLER, K A ........ . .pil Alligator, Miss. Business '25, if gm, LQ' l.'s..' 'fi . BILL CAMERON, E X . ...... 531,35.Q,,?QMeri,dian,,lVI1ss. ' Buffnfff AO A x 545531, 5' I 2 in 2 'A ' "1jg2,g2, JULIAN CAMPBELL . . ..... . ll :,,Geneu'lSgg?NQs. Buffnfff 24125 :R-if .JM EDDIE CARNES, A T A . ........ . ,',"' .lg . Bilox1,',fMIss, Liberal Arts ,Z Blue Key, Sigma Delta Kappa, LL.B. Degree, Cumberlaisd, ylaricly P374 ,J XJ- NANCY CASHMAN, K A ............ Vicks g,'Q,MlSQ,i"N. Liberal Arts if 'f ' "I l- Y. M. C. A.g W. A. A., Honor Roll, 1, Triacls, 2, Rifle Club, 2, Arclybry 'Cfub,,.l2:?'fi,,., Hazen Fellowship Groupg Glee Club, lg International Relations Club, Fre?,Club. jfzvff- WILSON CATER, E A E . .......... f2":..jac 6, Missa. Business ia 5 ,ff :fl Band, 2g Hermean, 25 Annual Stag, 2.f,,,,i LESTER CHANCELLOR, 2 X .... . . i1cOn,Li.M1ss.fff Business j gf ' .. l.",f 5 'lf' MARGARET CLAY ............. . tis, ',1llC,iM1QS.l LiberalAr1s Q-, .,, W. A. A., 2, Y. W. C. A., Archery Club, BQKQXY "" finan e Cfoirlfpideei 11556 3' 'A .1 . SARA CLAYTON, Z T A . . . . . .,7,. .rj Ipley,g Miss. Liberal Artsx a-Eff, 'Q C'if'I'f7?'7f'3,i- I A 2553 E PHILIP COBB ..... .... ' 5f2P',1y?555,557 I. Miss. Liberal ArtsV " CHESTER COCKRELL, A Ylfsfffi .... lehurst, Miss. l ag Arts I 1 A 7.2674 . 1 L'47 14 Club, is - ' MAURICE COFER . . V P , Valley, Miss. Business ,ff li 531,14 ELMUS COLEMAN, V ffllandale, Miss. ri,-1, , ,., rf Student Dance Cc Y. Ajyvfibs-President of Sopho- more Y. M. C. A. Gl j,'Clubg'i'I0l.. MISS Annual Staff. LUCIEN COOKE, i . Hernando, Miss. Liberal Arts Glee Club. COX Memphis, Tenn. Liberal Arts H 2, H K II . . Kosciusko, Miss. Arts Honor 2' Y. M. C. A., 1, 29 Hermean Literary Dance Committee, 2, 39 Glee MX' 'Jw E651 l ff! 1 1939 O EM SS 1939 DLE M SS IJNIDIQ LoU1sE CROZIER, A 1' . . . . . . Liberal Art: Y. W. C. A., W. R1LEY CUNNINGHAM, K E ..... Lrberal A715 M. O, A. K. DORIS DANSBY, A 1' ........ Liberal A115 Ass 31 ll A 1 . . . Erwin, Miss. A B A. A. . . . . Booneville, Miss. ' l S. . . . . . New Albany, Miss. 1, Alpha Lambda Delta, Pan Hellenic, 3, Y. VV. C A., 1, 2, 3, University Chorus, lg W. A. A. JENNIE DAv1s, A A A ....... Lxberal A711 . . . . . .University, Miss. Q Alpha Lambda Delta, Vice-President of Triadsg Y W. C. A., Treasurer, 2, 35 . W. A. A., 1, 2, 3. FRANCES DAVIS, X 52 .......... Llberal Arif Y. W. C. A., 1, CoNs1'AN'r1NE Dfxvis, II K KP ..... Bu.11ne11 BURNS DEAVOURS,'fI1H P3 . . . . . . gf Liberal Arn -f- L1LA DEDEAUX .... lzill .... L1be.al A711 . 1 . . Como, Miss. , . 2, 3, 4. . . . Greenwood, Miss. . . Laurel, Miss. . . . . . . Gulfport, Miss. Secretary Catholic Club, 2, A., 1, Z, 3, Triads, 2, Y. W. C. A., lg ,ggi tench Club, 2, 3. 5:13, N . RICHARD DEN AN E Xzff . . . . . . . . Greenwood, Miss. , bw' Liberal Art: Y. M. C. A. MARGARET DEbr5lis, 'Ts . ..... . . Monroe, La. Liberal Arn l MAX DlLWOR'l'H, 22 . . . . . . Rienzi, Miss. ll A ,X Burineu ' .5 'I . DAVID DOCKERY .... gifs . . . . Hernando, Miss. S ,. if? Buxmen LILLIAN Doo17Ex',A Z . . .... ...... O xford, Miss. glib. -SQ L Lrberal A111 'gdsgjiflaylor Medal irL,French, 2, Classical Club, French Club. HORACE D ssllijiflfl . A . . .......... Picayune, Miss. ,, .151 ,,ffl3.'Qx 1.13" Businesf ' ' ,f.sQg..,..,.s1f., Enotball, 1, 2, 5. ELLEN IRENE 13i.rEii?a6o,, T A .......... Ellisville, Miss. . Nljjf Liberal Arts ,Q A.,gf.,lntern:-:tional Relations Club, W. A. A. A 3 X V 41- ' , . . MARTr1A.Xa5N1QqQiExi1, A .......... Lexington, Miss. if R'S.f,l jgX'?'5'?i Liberal A111 'X .fc T' gfspfgfysi , N. E.,:,,D5lsogf'.wl . . . -x ..... . . Ixentwood, La. f.if,ic..f l 153 Busmers s ,"5REBECCfrLf,EAS0N, A-.Ii . .A ........ New Albany, Miss. I , ik I off' . liriberal A111 ips. Lambdass5gigabpan.He11enrsi rs,-A-3, Y. W. ai ij SERBFSQLLCJUIQOK Class,f'2, -Honor Roll, C. A., Mirrisrippian Staff, 3, Annual l, 2, Pre-Medical Club, Secretary and Yifiiifrhalurer, Zi 35 Err6cut1ve,Counci1 6f!W. A. A., l, 2, 3, Archery Team, 25 Triacls. Eixsorti .b . ........ VValnut Grove, Miss. fig X" ,sig 3 1 k fgiberal Art: , Q 21.M.C.A. BURNELL Elbosgx . . y . . . . Caledonia, Miss. ,..' 1fLraWzAm 9 7:12 l. A . EDvvARDgE,rgI:lS,5B GN ., . ,ly ....... Waynesboro, Miss. ' gg. 1 1 ,gfg.,1l,bs1l1Arr, , sf , O Af Interfraternity Council, 3. VVAX'NElw,EfQl.'.'iiS0ii1 . . Sl,f,'1,.- ........ Greenwood, Miss. . . . L1 K . li3k2'.11B'P"lrf , , , Mrmwppra Nxstarfg fnternat, aIyRulat1ons1,'C- Hermean Lxterary Society, Business Stal? , , N ,of Reb.e1,.'News taffg Y. M. C. A. ,'1 JAMES E sroir, dill' As Q, , x ....... Marks, Miss. ' 1 sf . X . N71 ,. , lV.lYR'l'LE ' -A ANAX., ,L r,QM,'g54S5.gqlg, . .fu ..... Como, Miss. fl 1 1 x A... -. . bbtgzf 1 ,L A "' ' K-.Lf I 7,411 1g N QTX V ' ' '- 1 Feiefgifi . ' fl . THOMAS E1b1R, EXGLAQ . f3,gT5-X59 .523 . . ord, Miss .1 . 1 . - . 11 N, 5' A I F711 J M C A 3 Presiden fl' nvesrsrtyl Plair 2 M1111 pu taff l I l ole rans 2 I and ' T' , 1 , , V rv. i Y- - - -, 1.5, , lm Y MX: ' 'M' "N , 1, 2: OHN L EVANS, fl Il V .Q X 4 Miss Bu me W ,- Editor 1939 OLE Miss sv r" Sfudgn Canon Council 3 Honor Roll 1 ance Co o Ameri lleges cl Universrt N 9 SARAH EVERHI, A A l, lb QI' dd Lrbrra iq 9 aan A l I cfs 1 -Q -6 5 EK! will QQ-Ks, 92. .,eXf:'1'F3'Qs XA? Mig 5 'fr' -MN V' HK" N..- fslf ff . C I , , B , c f X 1' l li. . x algo -1 I . ' .I . , an Q H . . Ll, X Q51 ,glffn 1 -' 4 , t V, . . , I i s 67,5 . if el L- , ,. , I 1 , 1 Q ' ir- 'iw I 1 l , 5 a t ff, 23 St c 's - ,,s' .s.1'- , ' ' . A , , . ,lr E, KW.. gr, r l ' ' 1 if . YE' T' 6 ,MR WAN , . . A . ,T ,A ,Ai ,ly , , r 5 r. x , 1 .-A . , 1: . . A - fs , . - r A ' 1 1' . J' 'XXX -Y . l. ' ' X l if W AA 1 'il' ' ' l l ' ' 5 .'-. X A -is-' -N., ' r '.A' N' g Axial 1. .. ,:A"..r5,1l- '- -A A A . s s L . ,-.' ,.x , ,- ,- 1' 'wg' X s . N j ' .. r' 9 ser Y' 5 .. SQ, l "ici, ', 4 - K s 3 ' Q59 ,f,-l,f.','118'.1 '.-5 r 'I 7 ', , ' .f s'i'.illn"If'ii'il.-5 i. r' 3' ill ll .Y 'lx' 4 'Q 5, ,. A , 'rl A. fl"--L-ll, H ' l 5 W 1 ,fy 'l ' 1' -f.- , ' i A .2125 R A' .- if Y V Y 4-,. ' I , I ' A ,- UN Nl.-ARG.-XREI F.-u:iN . ,.... . Liberal :iris FRANCES FAN1, X S2 ......... . . Liberal .-1:11 ASS . Memphis, Tenn. . Memphis, Tenn. Triads5 Y. VV. C. A.5 lllississippwn Staff, 25 University Chorus. CEDRIC FEIBELMAN, fb ii II .... , . , . Liberal A rn . Vicksburg, Miss. lVl. O. A K. S.5 Phi Sigma, 25 Band, l5 Glee Club. l. 2. 3g President of Freshman Class. CHARLES F0N'i.uNE, A Xl' . . ..., , . Liberal .'1rls Lxberal. A rits i i i STEPH EN FORD . XVILLIAM F051 ER, A K 12 ...... Pbirrmary OLIVER FONVLER . .... . Liberal .4 ns . .Pontotoc, Miss. Cotton Plant, Miss. XVest Point, Miss. . Sweatman, Miss. Baseball. , j0uN FREEMAN, I X . , . , Greenwood, Miss. Eng:nt6ring I X Davin FULLER . . . , ' 1. . . Abbeville, lhlisr. Liberal .4 ' f ' ' Baseball. 9 AQ SAMLEL l:L'Ll.ER. E A l-Z ...... 5, 5.2 . . .,Laurel, Miss. Liberal A rls ji' '.,'y fr :il 3 Lis COURTNEY G.Al'l'ilER, X Q ...... i Lihllos ow, Tenn. Liberal Arls X ., if ,Yr , J. VV. GALl..ASPX' . .... .... N ew Augusta, Bliss. Business nfl? gsfjl RUTH QSASKELL, K A . . . . ff 1 . i,l.lNIernphis,Qil'eiin. Lube-al Arfs L '7 '- .,.--, R Catholic Club. ji? r-'Ltr' K' X. , ' .f '- gf .. A ffs " 'L Siu UILLESPIE, sb A 6 . ...... Q. . . ltta Bena, Nfiss. Business fi "5 Q, ,nm j 2 lllxssxssippian Staff, 2. 35 Annual Stag. 2. 35 Basketball Miigget, 2, 35 Decorating Committee. 2, 35 Y. lN1. C.,IfA. . ' - " 1 f., , 5 ' - . 'K HERMAN GL.-YZIER, K E .......... li. bfflarksdale, lN11s,s,f-., Liberal Arts Beta Zeta5 Band. 1. 2. 35 Business Staff of ilflississippian, 1, 2, 35 Secretary-Bilidfl, 2,135 Band Advisory Council, 1. 2. 35 Annual Staff, 25 Interfraternity Dance Committee, '3. Gym Dance Committee, 35 Treasurer Sophomore Y. M. C. A.5 Secretary llinioi'5Y.,NlT' C. A., "M" Book Staff, 35 Advanced R. O. T. C. ' NIARY ELIZABETH GLENN, X S2 . . , ..... fl'--. 0if5rd, Missfl' l Liberal Arls 3 ,fri ,l f ' N 1 V 'll N 9 A Tuomas GREEN, dv A 6 .... . , i1lCl1CZ,, MissL . L1beralAr!s il, , ""- ' A' ,C 5' if l BESSIE GREGORX' . . . . . I der-:n,i Missi Busm.ss ' s A' JOHN GREGORY, E X ....,.... CgNfifX,,ffgR .fT1ipello,Q Miss. Lll1emlArls. gc,Ll,jl'.,f? 1 M L. J.. 1 fl-, -?555:::,.., f AVILLIAM GR1rF1N, H K fb . . , .,:Q,.'jqi34.'g .' '5f..jj"qg53g Miss, Busineff l 'JSI ' Url, Cardinal Club. Z5 Ani- ' W ':f 5, Nl.-XRY GRISHAM . . .ffm . . . . ,L . iccpola, Miss. 'C ' ' f,L1Qberal Arts T. Q':,5?53f . 1 -fix in mas . LEE RUSSELL lrlJl.LEY, .RA ,JI . . , .1 ,. .egfgokhavenv Mm. ' fi- ,hx f by Business , Associate Editor of Mu sippizh, Qgx ssisragit Editoi"l':M"f Boi-sign? Y. M. C. A.5 .1i.'fN1Pl'li,i-Xj?andg2,3,l l'i JAMES H.-Ynnocit, :SDK 5Eji..L ..... sig, . . R ,ff .L Enterprise, lN1i:s. ful . elff, Lxiyaz Arts l- qi., , f.il.fJ,"f' 1j,,,.f:QfX hm' bi li ' CHARLES HA1Rs1pN ,gg,l.,.y' .... ,s.,New Augusta, Miss. Liberal Arts "I N f",-1 X HALL . ,E rj- ..... . .Laurel, Miss. l Liberal Arls HAND I' iggg., ..... . il Liberal Arts H 5 . ...... . ,gf 7,2 iberal Arts 1 Honlk Q ,ff Track, 25 "M" Club. l X 7 ' H, .A f' ., "f .A ,,f2Z' -""NXjf','. ',I fipaglf ,." 4 K lil I X 2 , Wy? f Q2 C24 Philadelphia, Miss. . University, Miss. l671 1939 LE M SS UN Ass EUGENE HARRISON . ..... . Mathiston, Miss. Liberal Artx l VVINSTON HAYLES, K E . ..... . Cleveland, Miss. Liberal Arts' HENRY' HAYNES, K A ...... A ....... Lumberton, Miss. i Bufinegs l Cardinal Club, 25 M. O. A. K. S., 39 Y. M. C. A., Annual Staff, l, 2, 33 Mixiixrippxan Staff, 1, 2, 3, Business Manager "M" Book, 3, Rifle Club, 25 Vice-President of Freshman , Class. Q H ARVINE HENRX', B 9 II . ..... . . New Haven, Conn. l Liberal Art: l ELSIE HERMAN, A A A ..... . ........ Laurel, Miss. I Liberal Arts Five Crown, Y. W. C. A., 1, 2, Sweetheart of Pi Kappa Phi. , lvl.-XRGARET HEll'ES, K A ............. Gulfport, Miss. ,J Liberal Art: I Y. W. C. Ap Classical Club, Newman Club. ,l' , JAMES HILL . .... R. fl ........ Blue Mountain, Miss. il , I 5i,.T,Lf1m..1 Am l l JOYCE HOFFMAN, A A A . ff., ..... . . Memphis, Tenn. 'Liberal Arn WILLIAM HOLLIS H . . . 'E .... . . . Derma, Miss. 2 T1 Liberal Arts ? FRANCES HOPRI ,Qi A . . .i . . . . . Hickory, Miss. ' -E,'."',, , Liberal Arn 5, 'Qs Whitworth, 1, 2. 4 si . p MARTHA HOWERTON, If ....... . . Oxford, Miss. .. W 'A ., Liberal Arn ll . xg, . l JANE HUGGINS, A A A . -CQ, .... . Waynesboro, Miss. if ' 7 . Liberal Art: X I WALTER . . .tizzsfbhgrmgcy .... . Sumrall, Miss. .Mil Vice-President Junior Pharmacy Class. 3 iv, ' - , , f FRANK l'lYDEx7",i Lf.. 1... .3 ........ Coffeeville, Miss. L L - ig?-t5?,f., El. "ii ' Engineering , I,:.4.:.x5'iS.e CI Football, 1, 23 Baseball, 2. N MARGARET J.A,cksO?q'Z'.T,fgi ........... Moorhead, Miss. 1. C,:"'S5"'f?f2gf ".,.3'A' N Liberal Art! sf - W. G. A., W. A. A. LESLIE JACB, . . . ..... . Booneville, Miss. ' 'Iii Engineering GEOIQBEQACOHS f. . .giifhzfk ,h . . . . . . New York, N. Y. , ii.. , ugly -'gf , 'Liberal Art.: ' C. L'sJ0HNSTQg,eQ., B 9 HQ ,1 .' .... . Calhoun City, Miss. l f X Ii 1" i"i 'Liberal Ar!! ar'sliiIaIxXClub,: Glaeb,Club, 2, sf'IJ versity Chorus, 2, 35 Band, 1, 2, Director of it' 3 N be '5f5Mus.ir.sIppIan, .l', 2g,Q e Miss Musical Club, 1, 2, 3. .Q Y Q A.. . t 1 , QA t I l?RRlfCIS"'JOlfEg, ILKI2,kEI1 11 E ....... Holly Springs, Miss. L N I l M filgberal Arts Taylor lQei:laliinlBiology, '38g,,Eio,rqor Roll, 2, Assistant in Biology, '38-'39. ffvxf , ,'fE1,.j. an . GASTON jwsrg, X11 . .gg,,','..gw,f:X ........ Gulfport, Miss. iii -NJ-H Q '. 'F ' Mwst: Beta Zeta, Cli.ib,E1, 2, 3, Band Advisory Council, 3, Interfraternity Council, Zi Q5-Iliteiixfafernity Dxahfeh Conami' e, 3, Gym Dance Committee, 33 Cardinal 311 A lub, 2. vlaee. I ' . BERYL jolinlyfg AKA . 5,-.. jg. . . . . Hollandale, Miss. I .I -A .Anurag , L. M. j NEY .1 . .1Q:sX.'-f..- .,s--"z . . .Ackerman, Miss. , " l rl ex rbfbffihfiirg, X DOROTHY UsTICE,lX Qs? .... .Tallulah, La. .. I N -.N xp: p xuxG5'l5m' K. IRVING KELI .R .i Q1 . 4 . . .Oxford, Miss. l 1 . Ng '- la-gms-35i9 V: f G .Fmuiqlubglbik tbami2:.Basel:all, 21 . ' 1 M., IRQ- I ll., ps--"I, --s --A . MABE1. OWEN KLAUS, flfilll ,L Tr. I H .N . . :Ma , Miss. I., ll Libr pig, H ,-1-, l Pigpan-Helle icg,N 2, , . L-, , I ll ' ' F-Q " ' . GEORGE KIMMONS, A 'l Sl. L ,I . mf pf, Oxfo 5151 Iss. l Engllqx ' X ,I Hx, J, SALLY KIRK, X S2 ..... . . ,:? ii"Rgf' . . Clg"l.ka'3raqnNQlIe,l , . Liberal s, I ,F ..-qxi. -,xl Q, . Arlxn t all, W35hl 1 - L ,XE.'fCl.,3'l2Q gb, j I In f , 1- f- w "TM N' ' N 49' - I I 1939 0 ui M ss r J f .wegek H, ' ., . , - , N aw-Q I . '..A lr, ,fl L., 'l ang F oi S wi l68J ,'2?'f.,A ill" ' if l4"f"'Ew L' sf A 2 5 it 9 .lu ', 'A ,.'A ff' N S G sh 3, A 40 -7':l?:"' s All li hi A l "I-'riff if ? fx' li . slim . ,.,, - . . ,- . . "" 1' , 4' , NAL, , ,, A - fs ., A tfcet A A .as "-'-. . .,..r K , ' me UN ANTHON TRUETT LAND . .... . . Liberal Arts FRANK LANEY, fb A B, fb ll E, II K II . Liberal Arts Eta Sigma Phi, Honor Roll, 1, 2, President of Phi Et Phi, 3, President of Classical Club, 3, Vice- JOE Eu LAUDERDALE, A T A ...... ASS . Louin, Niiss. . . . . . Tupelo, Miss. a Sigma, 3, President of Eta Sigma President of Scribblers, 3. . ..,. Hernando, Miss. Engineering Phi Sigma, A. S. C. E., Y. M. C. A., Vice-President junior Engineering Class, Sec- retary Sophomore Engineering Class, Treasurer A. S. C. E., 3. STANLEY LAVNER, fb E II ....... . . Inverness, Miss. Business Annual Staff, 3. SARAH COOPER LEAR, X Q ....... Libcral Arts . . . .Yazoo City, Miss. Sophie Newcomb, 1, Z, Y. W. C. A., W. A. A., Classical Club. CHARLES LEE, E A E ........ Liberal Arts Hermean, International Relat HENRI LEvi . ......... . . . . . . . .Laurel, Miss. ions Club. . . hrb. .Vicksburg,Miss. Liberal Arts .gf A University Players, 1, 2, 3, Mississrppia A SAM LILES . ............... ,X if-all . Palestine, Tex. Business ax ,,1Il51' ,Y All Football, 1, 2, . Q A l JEAN L1TrLEPAcE, K A ....... ,' ,Qin . Hattiesburg, Miss. Business V ,ll J ,' 'Y Y. W. C. A., W. A. A., lllississippian Staff, 2, 3, Inkeirlzdxional Relatfghs, Club, Pix. 1 l if- . RAMON LITTON, K E .......... .... 4 5. Shaw, Miss. Business Interfraternity Council, 3, President Junior Business Class, Cardinal Clpl:l,iUZ5,5Baseball, 2, Mississippian Staff, 1, Annual Staff, 1. ' - .fa V . ROBERT MAURICE LOGAN, A T A .... ,. 'ff'i,awrence, Miss. Liberal Arts J, iz ,is ,fx Mississippian Staff. Q Q' 'ij Gig? WILLIAM SVAYNE LOGAN ....... ,!,i7,QfQigf,'f . K flsfpgqgffyggijsg, Pharmacy f 1- 22,fgQ, Q jj. QQ, Vice-President Sophomore Pharmacy Class, Y. M. C. SN-., Mississippi State' Association, A.Ph.A. I 'V 7 ' ff had Q ' ANNIE FAY LOMAX, X S2 .... ..... Qff GEfEl1W00d,'MiSS., Liberal Arts lip ' !i RICHARD GUY LORD, II K A ......... lk. LL.. Tiii1ioa,QMiss.Qs LiberalArts ,ig 2 I-715, Eta Sigma Phi, International Relations Club, Pi Kappa Delta, Millsaps,', 1, MARTHA PROviNE LOTT, K A ........... Corihth,QMissrjs,,Lf Liberal A rts Grenada College, 1, Y. W. C. A., Chorus, 1. j. W. LOVORN ........... Pharmacy EDVVARD LYONS . .... . Liberal Arts CATO NIAYFIELD .......... Pharmacy Basketball, 1, President Sophomore Pharmacy Class, Assistant in Botany, f X JAMES D. MAYO . ....... . Business 1. f Band, 2, 3. . . . Miss President .fz,, .,'.J,iA MARGARET MEADERS, K A .... . M555- Liberal A rts W. A. A., Junior Y. RAYMOND MEDLOCK . I f RALPH' VVILLIAM Arts Varsity Tennis, 1 MIRIAM MILLS, K Liberal Arts MARY 'ABI Arts A., University MOON Liberal Arts Business Arts Phi Sigma, .,f4n , If W! , ' -"H 'f Rock, Ark. Miss. Society. Miss. lf. fi . 'gf . .Oxford, Miss. Chorus . . . . Gulfport, Miss. . Calhoun City, Miss. . . . . Glendora, Miss. Class, Track Manager, 1, 2, 3, l69fl 1939 LE M SS C UN Liberal 'A YLI CELIA NIULLOY, A A A . . HARS'EX' .ALLEN BIURPHY . . Burma: ELEANOR NIYERS, A A A . . . . . Liberal A115 Pix, Triacls. SAM lVlCCL.-XTCHY . . . . . Lrb-'ral .1115 Dax NICLEOD . . . . . . . Liberal .4 115 BOBBY MCMAXUS, E A I2 . . . . LIberalAr15 Football Nianager, I. 2, 3. LOUISE NICRAE, dv Al , s . Llbrral Arla JAMES NICREE . . . , . . . Lzbcral .--1 ru LOUISE N.ixxEY, A 1' .... , Liberal A715 -,7 , Business ELIZABETH Axx NELSON, . A Q 'Liberal ri rts Football, l. l, 35 UM ASS . . Laurel, Miss. . . . . Hattiesburg, Miss. " Club. . . , . Meridian, Miss. . Red Banks, Miss. . . McLain, Bliss. . . . . . . Gulfport, Miss. Y. M. C. A. . . . . . Laurel, Miss. . .Louin, Miss. . . . . . . .Tupelo, Bliss. Five Crown, VU. A. SN.: Y. NX". C. A., Pan-Hellenic, 3. ELIzABE'I'IsI NASH, A A A ill. ,.... . . Tupelo, Miss. ,H Librral .4715 Secretary ii Ior Y. VV. C A. Cabinet. I-IARBY INIIQRELL NEBLE'li.li.: . . . .... Morgan City, Miss. Q F N Busmexf ' 'otball Manager, 1, 2, 3: R. O. T. C., Y. Nl. C. A. NINxABEL NEI: sos, X S2 . . . ..... . . . Oxford, Nliss. 55.1, "N, K- Q Liberal Arts ' l ,X Lambda De.ta: Sigma Alpha Iota. FRED L. NELSON, -lR.,ilPQ A E, A Z1 ll ,.... . . jackson, Nliss. Illixyixyippian Staff, 1, lg A nnugxstafi gg I M. C, A., Hermean Literary Society. . . . . . .ClCYE'l3lld,lN1ib5. JAMES NlCH9?lQS,q.A ,'l' A . iff- . Vicksburg, Miss. vga .l-,Q ij ,rj ' Libfval A rn fi.,i"'-Q' l-Zhi Sigma. Z, 3. ROY NIC!-lOy.S,li'KiA N. . Jjfxsfl . . . Forest, Nliss. jj' ,Qu ,fitjjwx Business LINTON D. N0:kif33,jg, -'asf . . . Belzoni, Nliss. A--dxf: iff ' 'AN' 5 2' ' Liberal .4115 i -s-XX - ' ,f,Phi Sigma Literary Society. TOM P.YLItIc1eiCE1Qok,s'I2:'I. . . . .Cicero, Ill. 5 'T' 19- Liberal A115 MoR14ox,QBgQstE1s: . . isis. . . . . . . New York, N. Y. X Hi"+,fl I-1 Lal2t'1alf1rl5 -35' S ,Q,f47n'GIsI1sIpp1an Staff, 3. BE13Ii1S,QylADSBiCRR.A 1' ,iglfggx . . . . Fulton, Miss. V, 11 1 ss--.. fL1beral .4115 FIifYIQ.OBvrII.t4fTixcE, II'lw1,A'1fX . . . . . Amory, Miss. xgx X5-lies XVBUSIUCIS 5 , X gigs iv Hermearq'-Litefam Society, Y. lW. C. A. X qs? s . . v ........ A q . QIRLEY. 6111.155 PARK, jk., fl' It -lf I , . . . . Eupom, Bliss. is I if gg,-V'd.x'X, ' f,-' C5 Liberal A 115 syxkdtggx P.-YX1'0Ng."X -Q" - . . Greenville, Miss. F xl ' 'Ili' Q gixflaberal Art: V C1-lLl.M.-XX MTI-PASHPEEERS, IIQIAA . , . . . Dyersburg, Tenn. I ,tgiixftgffx 2. . Ciii.fieralAr1x ll Band. lg InteIfratcrnx2yfC.ciLxligI.l. 31 Phi Sxgmag Annual Staff, Y. M. C. A.: I '1fP1atbqgft'x?ommander lg'-SC.: International Relations Club. r JOHN PEiH'EY,fifR.Q1l',A '-' ...... Greenwood, Nliss. I -ililbffdl .4711 EYELYN PIKTLE .K . ,Q K. Tx, . . . . . .I.ambert, Miss. 'X' 1 N .t if' ' Ediacagxlon Honor ll, 2g'Trtble ankxaass.-'hl.i2. u1lVCffiI!' Chorus, l. 2. 35 XV. A. A., 23 1 vfwsxsl- L- - . VIRCINIARICNOX FOLK, ' Y ...... Inverness, Nliss. ' 1 l A I X .S pix, F,,,,e L. ,iadz-.xpxydcng S:cretary Freshman Class: Secretary Junior Busine b sg President' Sophqhbres , xxiesHCl I ' Chairman Student Dance ' K L ,Qnmittee,'3:i:iMf.ggxtQrQ1rI,gSta NANCY BAsKIbi.1POi1'ER, Z 'BN F' fiipiff. .,if,.'..jI'. . 5 -on, Miss. , X. 'QQ :Feral Avis fxwlfo-" " 'N A TY. vll. LK., enchi.'Club: Ng-sA.Kb 'V-. jonx J. PRICE, jk., '1'wf?,jKlr ll N4 ...L A 4,-gxrferigxiaii, Miss. A 1 i by I-ila5fplA args? QT Gamma Sigma Epsilon, Ct A, qeqna,-ug' si r 1.-FV, , .- ll: Pre-Nlediqa Club: Alpha Ep "lon Delia: Gym gpqng-in , "1o13, l. f if , fl'.,f sn.-fegw. ,K I'-'f"1g - - RUBY PRITCH.-XRD, A 3. . . . . rif?'iQ4 rsgffortl, it Lum, ,,,. It I, Alpha 3 Delta, Q1 G L.XQkJ"3 , "i..f'A ' 3 'Sl -U' ' I 'Ts 7' z' .As ss --, .ff in , 'I l, . 1939 LE M ss , I A' R xiii S l Q.-'IEg,.hs':1s ,fi -wg fir ...B -j,- - 'fm 'ff vi" l""l N 5 vxi ' 2 ' C 5 1701 f N9 1? -fs as: , , ' f .J A I Y , 1' ,ff--,-:M-. gt' ' , A? , ' 7.5!-I f s j-ll :Y-'25 f 4 , Q5 :.lr-i1ff-:i4:gg+2'- ! A f . l' 'if' ., Q 'I .I . . H - J-'Q Q I .rf -Q S A f fiiilllffifl I a . I Football Manager 1, 2. Kiwi, W! f aj! Z4 N CLASS Liberal A rls Business . Hollznnclalc, Nliss. . Louise, Miss. . .... . . Hammond, La. Business rn Louisiana College. 1, 25 XV. A. A. -A L ll . .,.. Holly Springs, Miss. Business Business Liberal IA 1119 Liberal A ru Liberal A rls Liberal flrls Millsaps 1, 2. Liberal Art Liberal Art 3g llfliss issxppian Staff, 1, 2. . .... VViggins, Miss. . Gulfport, Miss. . Jackson, Miss. . Booneville, Miss. . .... Jackson, Miss. 65? b. Aff: Q u .Q Cleveland, Miss. cv A -.l ,R ,.. , . i 4 ,,fi 4 i .Jackson, Miss. - 1- AA Phi Sigma. 1 . B ,. . .fu . . Segajgoliia, Miss. usiness w ' lf lfl . . , . . . Lg Qert, Miss. Liberal A.ts ,x lil . . X . . itford, Miss. Liberal Arts ""' fxf 2, 35 Universirygghorixslg ,U QW 5 ECE, fem? 'V Tl fl . B siness D i X 'ff fix U u f fs ' JJ ,I ff.,-,a, f g Q, 5255. ,' Y V is . 2.5.9, 1 .ffm , . . 542 Ackermangj1M1ES. Liberal Arts fiiglg 'H' j 'f Jim. 3, ' 7: 13 Liberal Arts Engineering ff-.-f X: f Q yy ,Q p Starkvrllegiflgliss. 5 : re, , f. 3 li ' 2 V? 59 f' '-.fi L bQlarkSfl8le,,M1sSi.gs f--,LJ :ig . Sigma Theta P1 Beta Zeta Chi Epsilong A. S. C. E4 Honor Rollg First Sergeant, Rf. O T C President Sophomore Engineeiing Schoog Band, 1, 2, 35 RiHl5,'TeQpa. "Q r ,ff Axxa KATHERINE RUILEDGE X Q ...... Mcfolgbg Liberal A ns Sigma Alpha Iota Alph aznb 2 : Taylor Medaliuih W S G A Legislativ Couhgrl 31 is ' Tn SQQK, i, 2,1 Players 2 3 University Char 1 ff? ' esideinr ,Sigtnaf MlSS4ii", VlILIl-XM B SANDERS ..... . iagritiia, Missi, Pharmacy 1 Q' i , fl JANE EUZABETH Saxsnsc A A A , A , . iff f ggiface,'gMisS9-'ft-'i Liberalfirfs gfff giggj 5 ,f GRACE SARHN A A A ..... . . l 3l1rg'l'Mis fl LiberalArts I, W 5' Blu. SCHNELLER . . . . ff Springneld, Ill. Liberal Arts Q 4 fig ' Ofball 2' 32 .ff fl l Jo Seosekkx, Is Y' .... gQf,fQ1'gCT'f'gQf.i 2'15f"l21,!Miss. Business A W 3 U Track Team. of 3, -S . . fd. e , 'sburg, Miss. C ifsgllsiness , ' . . . .Tg .gggfelh-ufsf, Miss. ft l beral Arte Q E ilishayfgff Honor Roll, 2: 33 University jAlpl'iai Img Chairman "YN an Service Cornfnittee, E' 'H' P,,ff ff ,mf .... . . Fulton, Miss. sf if Tab :Am 1,3 ,ffl ,K-ljpive Crown. . . . . . Clarksdale, Miss. Business Pix Pan gm I Staff, 35 Favorites Section, 1, 23 Y. W. C. A. . . . .... Benoit Miss. J Liberal Arts , cor all, 1, 2, 3. . . . .Bogalusa, Miss. jf usmess f l7ll 1939 LE M SS -qv I I i I xl ln. 1939 LE M SS UN CLASS JOE SIMPSON . . ..... . . . VVinona, Miss. Business Track, 2, 33 "M" Club. DAVID SINCLETON, E X ..,......... Hattiesburg, Miss. Business Inter-fraternity Council, Tulane, '36, Student Dance Committee, ,375 President of Freshman Law Class, '37g Baseball, '38. DAN SINGLEY, K A ....... . . . . . Meridian, Miss. Business ANNA CATHERINE SLEDGE, sir M . . . Parchman, Miss. Business CATHARINE SMALLWVOOD, A A A .,.. . . Oxford, Miss. Liberal Arts LORRAINE SMITH, K A . .......... Hattiesburg, Miss. Business Y. W. C. A.g W. A. A.g Mississippian Staffg International Relations Clubg Rifle Team. GRACE SMITH, Z T A ............. Booneville, Miss. Education ALLIE MABEL SMITH, sir M ....... . . . Oxford, Miss. 5 Education W. A. A? .lm 25 University Players, 1, 2. 4 Ll' LUCIAN SIvI1TH, A K I1 . . .......... West Point, Miss. 4 Y Business TAMORA SPANN, db M gg .... . . . . Raymond, Miss. fr Q19 Liberal Arts E: X D PAUL SPENCER'if.?Ii+2'. . . . '. . . .Fulton, Miss. , 9 Pharmacy fi' I LJ' ,IX . . DICK STAGGERS: Al kg? ........... West Point, Miss. ,5 - Engineering Sigma Theta Pig Gamma 'Sig a Epsilon, '37, "M" Club, '38-'39, Track, '36, '37, '38, GUY STANLEY . . l .md ......... Brookhaven, Miss. Liberal Arts JANE STEPHENSON, A A AAEZAKLA ...... . . Corinth, Miss. I, Q, Libe at A 's gn f Five Pixzy Misiissippian Staff. IONE STEW . . . '. ....... . . Osyka, Miss. :A N !!,. Liberal Arts DWIGHT STRiA'Ir,ii-gels,-Ji...g1fX gist, . . . ' if fix' El Liberal Am Cardinal Club, 'Mil 'Sophomore B. . . . . .Ruleville, Miss. 32 , A. Classg Phi Sigma Literary Societyg Y. M. C. A.g sip "is-tri Suifig University Players, Classical Club: Debate Council, Inter- afg' Councilg International Relations Club. . . , ....... Hushpuckena, Miss. V2 Q' TA, -- 'A-s Liberal Arts CheerleadeFT7f'QQi?fiii '38-'39g llflississippian Staff, '38-'39g Rebel Stallg .-.Q N,-gf sas .s . ,' . fsadj' A ,ff-gg.jFgClassical Club. Q T01q?'fQg,IcEsff'Aj K E . 553: ...... . . . Jackson, Miss.. lf 1,-M. if Business . s- -Y . , 1. .ns , AIAJPQSXIUS-,l'f.sfj'3TE, 2. k,,fi2.,QII . . . . Greenwood, Miss. S I A ,NX iberal Arts I Sify T .iL:QYI..0R, X ,Q ---- 7L' ..... . Vicksburg, Miss. f 3 s r LY 'ii fd f f iberalflrts NI If NfS3rr"I,XXj Riflais eamg Fiench Club. -r:1'r"bQM Aj 1 . 3. W ij, fag I HERMAN Euoe E"fAXiDOR, flwfiisslf ......... Oxford, Miss, A 7 ll isiifiiberal Arts Director of s Collegians, Band, '33, '34, 135, v36, '37, '395 Faculty- ommittee ,bifC7rdjreitrasg M. O. A. K. S., '38-'39. MARIANRFEZEESXON, 41 Mfg' .... Crystal Springs, Miss. fl ' Ili, if .'.- -,Q-Libbrlzl Arts is-A is r-were-.I 4- ' . . VIRcINIig'5'flffHtq1+gEN,,I A,,flQP K-,',IIfl . ...... Vicksburg, Miss. ff' l,1-Igtgibmz Arts Alpha Lai1QbXd2ifDellagifSecr ,of il'Iriads,, ' 73 President of Freshman, Sophomore and Junior Y. sfifpidtfxstaffff'- , '37, '38, W. A. A., '36, '37, '38g Honor Rol ,'-x'3b,- '3 glf'STcritq,VffoQ,5fWLP?s 'I 218- S. U. Council, '37-'38g Pane I, e gn, ,E -'3' fg Ltifn' ' ows i rou , '38. l rj!-,'Q3:gQ"'2S P p JAMES T LLMAN K. .l,. Llgxls' . ik ....... Oxford, Miss. l-AA. I. I 'K X L nl- 'I ai Itzmrve iizs VVESLEY T 1' I e'33' ' . Q' . . . F t, N. Y. , N- fihigfiusi reepor GLENN TRUSlirlQfIP K1 ' , fl ,if bb Miss. B mt s x fi. Ci, , . of N , , . " 1 I 1 . .I . lf-I . . A LA , '. 1 l I All i erlsl rtskwg I V' I JUIIAN PYNE Tuck , si Al . l,l y MA em. is Tenn 5 - ., 53, i l'lnf"l is i l '1 Q A ,A fi ' s LII.I.IAN rI'Ul.l.OS, A ' ., . A X1 'ssq5',QfI:. . P ,, Miss. Li 1 -A9 . iii ' ELIZABETII TURNAGH, .... 'kgs--'S . ' ' are .. .t, 1, Liber I s li V ifillk ,' ,- A- ' - -sr' if Q I2 .II N 'A A ,!..:l.! ' l ' ll xg' -foo- YQJ will S' slut .,xx'f'fii'Zi LIITNI- ' A ' l 44!l.w:"2br!"'-'3- 'i" ff. ' I- 3t"i'-f1Xii'5'iXkVv3'?W 3 iff 's i, 4'?Qi'."' . z'fF.-- : L'1e,,--7".'Pk" . ' - ,. V-,,. ,., ,.,.- I V- - - .pgs J A gf 'M - -I , ' . I .us - ,f. I ' 1 ' Mrs it-.-X Qi, , 3. ,Q .., I, rzixlty'-ll,isiX lu' .f-:Z.'-'.-'r Q' WVU N 81 S. S 3 B x.,.if,.5g',' g.1gq',p I -we .. ,fs s .. Mil- .rzgff-' X L ss' -sf-N15 . X x., 'S M' x , .Q .- .- ,w..'V.." 4- - . . . As 5 :.-.s,I . 'zfw . v Y, ff : fi"1f'F" .' 52.321 -Q' . F g . ik 'es Ia H-. 1 T'.g,g,.g,'. - ', ,I-11 1,2w,.3gg,'..2 -'I-N," ' 'vast-r.::,zf-. 'A F 4' F1 I UN ROSELLE TURNER, A A A ...... Liberal Arn HARRIET WALKER,-AZ . . . . . Pharmacy American Pharmacy Association. XVILLIAM HENRY XVALKER, 2:2 X .... Liberalflrt: Tennis Team. EDITH B. w7ANDER . . .... . . Libcralzlris AS . Shaw, . Lambert, . . Meridian, . Charleston, S Miss. Miss. Nliss. Nliss. Y. W. C. A., 1, 2, 3, Secretary of W. S. G. A., 2, Secretary of jewish Club, 2, Executive Council of A. S. B., Legislative Council W JESSE WARD ...... .... . . Buxiners . S. G. A., W. A. A., 1, 2, 3. Louisville, Miss. Football, 2, 3, Basketball, 2, 3g Track, 2, 3. CHARLIE WARD ..... . . . . . Liberalflrlx . Pelahatchie, Miss. GALE VVATSON . ...... . . Memphis, Businexs Mississippians, 2, 3. ff.,-, A. C. Webb ......,... . . .fijlf . Houma, Libe'alArr: .mfr 0 5 1 W0LIfoRD HARRIS WEINER . . 7. . . .FEL l.. Libeial Ai Tenn. Miss. . Oswego, N. Y. Basketball, lg Classical Club, Y. M. C. A. abirietgqifrgge-President of Junior Class. RUTH VVEIS, Z T A ......... . . . !3HVaiden, Miss. Liberal Arts 177' i923 Y. W. C. A., W. A. A., Claslsidal Club. gfxfjl LEONARD DAvIs XNESSON, A K E, fb H E, A E H . . Enlillupelo, Miss. . Business 4, Zqjf' 1 2 . STYRON VVEST . . ..... MQ? . fs Vaynesboro, Miss. Pharmacy fy. ,few 'ffl' DAVE WETTLIN, K E . .... . . ff! ff?Woo'dRril iss. Liberal Arts "V X fwifXf..,,21'2?Tf3rs Editor of The Re llfi Q ' ' JOHN W. WHITE . ...... ' . . 5. Engineering ZQQQ , f s 5 MILDRED WHITE . ...... . fjk. ggi. Oxf.ord,2Mi3s. Liberal Am lf gi ,ig Alpha Lambda Delta. " 3 f ,uf 'jffx s' - . sei J C 'Rx JANIE Lou WHITE . ......... . Tocclppoia,:Mi.ss., W, Bunnexr ll' W. A. A., Y. W. C. A. 1? H, MARY VVILEY, K A . .......... ,.,.., . Oi, ld, Miss.1lfl Education iii-lil, ,,,f"'N. .,.. ,' ' Favorite, '36-'37. 4 " fi H if' Business Tau Kappa Alpha, President of Hermean, '38, Interfr A 571. A 5? 5- , RICHARD G. VVILKINSON, E A E, fb H 21 .... , son, i GERTRUDE WILKINSON, 112 M . Liberal Art: 1 i. helbyi, i?": i if l Pix, Five Crown, Panel-Ielltimi-e?f:7,I', ,yi A Z fr . LAMPTON WILLIAMS, H K A .... ,il .1153 -75.1. T Liberal Artis-f'Q25,,g: 5333 , fi BRYSON WINco . . .... -rj,.Q,,.j.j.,':.-. .A oplolg, Liberal AYIV l,,,4',5,' f3L,,.. ffff- if EDITH VVINN, X S2 ,S Laurel, Am T NANCY Wooo . . " em his Vigil P ' 71' V, f. IRENE WOODRUFF ALTUS WooDs fgfatesville, A ",f:'1 A. .Qs . I.-,.,! ' 5 ,l 1 i f . Oxford -lei 11' Missi Miss. Miss. Miss. Tenn. Miss. Miss. 2, II K II ....... Corinth, Miss. Engineering Theta P S. C. E.g Taylor Medal in Mathematics, Student Honor Council of Engineering School, Engineers er Club . . . . Belmont, Miss. Education YOUNG, 1'I K . Corinth, Miss. Arn '-461 I ff ff f Im ., . ,A fy ?4 ...- 'Z' if Q7 4? w Q Tj' 1939 DLE M SS S s S' x X i1:: '.,,. ' . xxk, xl x s bow sf N X s-Q-'fs X NNN -N s YN ,Q X psi 1' S V X M,.,..,,.,E Q --x,x-.A - Q x A S X .ff B X by SX ' : ,X fr- .f ' 7 5 5 xg .af "" is .5 S ax? 5 E N ,i .amNmxxQKi R E ..,.x X SE X x M R. li X' XR xx X X Q xiii A S R X S xx Q x XX X Q 5, Q 3 g k x1:. V . . 'K Q i X . - - - - The mental condition of Hamlet and of QSQQVESE shows his displeasure by saying, "To hell with age Sophomore are very similar, "To i s no S Etc bei? every opportunity, and expressing his love, The Sophomore is Sure Dr- Butts Wou if pprg fate th gl gpu not entire approval, of Ole Miss. He is often aid of such an experienced helpmate, but C ,fa to se or a bookxe largely on account of his clothes . ' . on a general air of one who knows his way how the co-eds can remain on the cam s gig. his . . Fifi . . o ' ,A though still rather envious of the way the guidance and thoroughly enjoyable c pa -5 ','-, 51 3 It IS . . A , i K g sh move through the campus with apparent really quite a problem. Finally he dec -1. fff :qq after I u , O T . e '- , he feels, he just hasn t been recognized as a all, Dr. Butts can loolc out for himself, : le " -",' 'ttle I . . . . . Q X 5 g - onality. Things like that talce time. Just give girls need help, and he gallantly goes t 1 te ,i ,v hearteclly into the scheme of campus lif' L - nd he will show them how they clo things s Hollow just a bit of home and high o s 1 e e, ut e IS improving. -u ' , gn - it. The mere name, State, has become anathema to mscho l irillieh b h ' ' J. WILLIAM Cox . . LEROY I-IIDINGER . . BURNELL GUsTAFsoN J. W. GORDON . . '-VL V 5'-xx ' x , . ce- Q - xi . , K ,K- al ax T an 1 Y- , . .3 'fn A l X ' -: ,N h . Q , x - .V V 1 S .F V X X ' 41' P ' . N X-.R if -- f -'- N -P' s.. - ' xxx -1. ' v, x ex - ., X K . D .x 'QQ xx.. k gn ' ,QN x. President of Liberal Arts School . President of Business School President of Engineering School President of Pharmacy School Hidinger, Gustafson, Cox, Gordon CFFICERS rx SDD UMDIQE HUGH ALEXANDER, K A ........... Liberal Arts Band, 1, 23 Mississippians, 2. GRIFFIN ALFORD, II K A, 111 H E, A E II . . . Business Secretary of Phi Sigma, Treasurer of Phi Eta Sigma, Sophomore Y, Alpha Freshman Declamation Contest. VVILLIAM HENRX' ALLEN, K A ........ Business PALMER ANDREXVS, K A . . . . Business Tennis. DEVVEYANTOON . . . . . . . Business Cardinal Club. EDVVARD ASSAD . Liberal Arts ROBERT BALLARD, E A E ........... .sJLiberal Arts Band, Mississippisrxggy Vice-President of Musical J' JEAN BARKSDALE, X Q . . . .... . . . . Ei Business gi- A- . W. C. A. Q- I7 Eg? HOR.ACE BARN ,535 . .im ..... . Pharmacy A me ' ROBERT JAMES BA LE ,y X ....... Liberal Arts Band, Pre-Med Club. VVILLARD BisBiNc . . ,D ..... . YT? Business Zijlisalioorball. WJ? . Greenwood, Miss. ASS I Greenville, Miss. I . Gulfport, Miss. ' W7inner of Tau Kappa . . Belzoni, Miss. , . Memphis, Tenn. FJ IN, Greenwood, Miss. i Clarksdale, Miss. Q . . Tupelo, Miss. Club. . . Jackson, Miss. . Purvis, Miss. Q I J. . Westmont, N. J. g' 1 l FRANK BLACK E A E . . . . Okolona, Miss. l ASQ" Business . az! ,, lf, I MELTON BLffwM,ffl-f5E II . QQ, . ......... Jackson, Miss. : ,Nl , 5 J' QS .x ,eff Eiiberal Arts I -'fliiigf' Bidafslqississippian Staff, Glee Club. I 1' 334-'3"7f-A l 15155 . 1 CECIL BOLTON QF .... . . . . . . Oxford, Miss. 1 TX, ,T ffl Liberal Arts l Treble and Bass. 1 ss.: -...fe-1, .gf f'-5 MILTON goQRiiNf's'r1giwSf . . Q4 ..... . Coney Island, N. Y. ,rj Liberal Arts .sa 2, 5?Q3Q75E5' . FOREST B0fvEm.g9g Q . :Y ...... ..... T upelo, Miss. 521 .v 'N ggedufaiion T fyrfsfi V 'g',MW. C. Ng--HaiienXFoundationg Chorusg W. A. A. f35'Q' .X .I YK "gf 1. 'ff . . LA,11R+eL1BAR1Qjs15rJBOi'D . Qlfxii NQ ....... Holly Springs, Miss. 4 1 ,CXf R gineering Hikxiirokiri A A Af "A' .... . Vaiden, Miss. ,, J L ff kE9fbffdlAfff 'ff' .71 ssrssww- Q 4 . -AEXSRARABILQJN ls wif, . .... ..... C anton, Miss. Lf- xf f l, R' usiness Band, l, C. A., 1,, ,,' ice-President of Hermeang Vice-President of ! , ,f' ore Class. ' X . ills, . . . . Greenwood, Miss. '-E. ff f J: Ywwqfff T -1' -", 13.43 ' ,T '-' .--A . , MIRIAM lB?QGGS,gk:i5l,! . I A . Memphis, Tenn. T wa H X.. Rfb- N E '3 , I QT' W 'fi' .fqijl ...- -qv--A vm '4 . 5 . N hs .4 . -5 50 M 12 i d 0 '-l 'Z' U L' BL 2 5 z 3 Z 5' O " ' .. z -1 w 5 ou ,-I "' 3, I W U Z B., Q va 3' 2 W 2 -' Er 9 If .2 'g ,- ua Q X S 2 "' 'R ' . .4 All - :- as . A :. 'U 2: 'iff 2 ' :: 0 o . , -. Z -fs- -Q U SE - ff A . ,. N... Y. " Z Q NC ' fs reef'-Tiff-1. 'rrgyf -Y , 4, Y. . -f . f ,J , Sis M . 5 I:i'iiJf.x.oE51:fi' ffflrff .Q 3 E ?':1ffEixwESD' .gn .jim 53' .Ai,. . ,I 25,114 b,-,L4:f'fJ3'-55,2 ag. us -Q A .L ,yjirlf G 73.-'W ,,.. Wm 3 , Q? gn, w A - -Ci: ,. - I' 5,,-I-jvngii -'4, A ri - A- ?, .AA ,Jig ,ET I , AZ '4 . . in . E5 ' :a1zi.:1j:'?'-if'-.,'V -- f . - Q. .. , , 9. i'f.f:Efg1'lf ig-.12 "fs-nw ' , ' E - - ' we 'ii 6:l?3fW"f 5 5 ,Q 1 is ?ii 0 ly V, B O , QR -fri S ' A at 5 itll rx ,ff A V' is 3 U' - dx 1 'S E-W ' ' U . ,, 1 Q gv, fi is 1155.-r-gr JZ Z T Z -' L - ,,, fa fs f ,Qs vz' 5' ,vu 3 5' - 1 'rv A-rg, zpfwmiz MQ w f . an ' 1' ' nf" J -1- Y is 'SVN . .,, T ,, ,,, M. W A sf .gm H X 'fi-rr 7 sail 0 5 IW: nv H, A," I 41? .. "1 5 L JAM ES BR'p,drQ,, E A is i l , ' X . McComb, Miss. A S0 I-10 DE C ASS AVALTI-IR BULLOCK, K A ...... Liberal Arli Mirxissippian Staff, lg Phi Sigma. lg Freshman Track Manager, Y. Relations Club. JOE BULLOCK, A T S2 . .... . Liberal Ari: BROVVNIE BURTON, A A A ........ Liberal Ari: Coed Drum Major of Band. DECATUR POINDEXIER BUTLER, IES 9 II . . . . Liberal Art: SUE CANON, fb M . .... . Liberal Arn JACK CARTER, EX . . . . . Business PHILIP CASCIO . . . . . . . . Liberal Ari: LEE CATCHING, 41 A 6, fb H E ...... if Liberal Arn f Track, l, 25 Hermeang Y. M. C. A., 1, Z3 Debate, 3 Mississippian Staff, 1. A JOHN SUE CHAPMAN . . .... 'f.,. . ' Education s 1 W. A. A., I 1. . . D. O. CHESNUT, 41 A 9 .,..... . '. . Liberal Arn ' . . Columbia, Business S.aff of Mixixsippiang Y. M. C. A., I, 2, Track. f NOEL CI-IILDRESS . . ..... . . . Education THOMAS CLARK . .... . Liberalfirl: Miss. M. C. A., International . Branclon, Miss. . Canton, Miss. . McCall Creek, Miss. . Tunica, Miss. . Oxford, Miss. . Leland, Miss. . Cleveland, Miss. 2Q,A nnua i Staff, I, 2, I C. .OxfOrd, Miss. . . . 2 Atlanta, Ga. M4 s . . .'Cxf0rd, Miss. ffl. Tupelo, Miss. Q , f 11- ,. -Q- -1 JOHN COATES, E X . ...... 2 .,e2E,,f'f M6IDl'Jl'llS,-fizigllll. Liberal An: 21,53 Jfsggyigr Giee Club. " 1 5 ,. EDWIN COCKE, i-If A 9 . ..... ff . Meniphisfiifnn. Liberal Arn Band. JAY D. COHEN . . Liberal A111 TOMCOLE,1IKA. .. Liberal Ari: TOM HUNT COLE, 22 X .... Liberal Artx Y. M. C. A.g Phi Sigma. ROBBIE COLEMAN, X SZ .... . . Businexr Y. M. C. A.g W A. A. ROBERT COOK . . . . ....... ,. ,f Engineering f ' . .4 -, . ' x . . New 'Yorkf 1 I N. ,Jr . . Arrioryf Miss. .M .fy ' jf, . New Albany, ifli 1.15 5, 2 5 1 , .7 'i ,. Oiffplld, Band, Mississippians, '37, Collegians, '38gfiA QS. E . T. A. COOK, K2 . . . . Liberal Arn GAINES COOKE, E X, dw lljg- ...... I, . , l 1021117-21, 1 , , A M., .W f i "" A . . . . . . ine., ef 'I '-gi ' f ' ' ' . .52- 1 ingfi. - . - -3.252 eevllle, ,f . f2f4L4 f ' ' f Liberal Ari: ' ' Phi Sigma Literary Society,i'PfmIf,'Cluli: Misxisxipfian Staffg Seciivliiilg Phi Eta sbp11oAapfe,,Y,.cgabInei, CIg55mIf,CIub, 2233, 3 ' Y Q" 5191 . MARY ELIZABETH COO ,f-IQA' .it .... . . .ZZXQ Utica, In ,2'1'i.f,', 'Liberal Art: W CALVIN COOLEY, . T44 if Iiirksdale, ??ji7lCI.f df BILLY Cox, A Kg!!-"tV'f,'.'3,j p,.fEf..f . ,. . 2, , .'I . Oxford, A 'jig' llwllyf annex: W. Cox, f",'f.fQ,,H ...... . . Columbus, I if Ay' 4 Liberal Art: President Sopho orexlibeial . rts School, Mississippian Staff, Y. M. C. A. . -X , nr Miss. .gg'55w?Mdale, Miss. 5,5 Bi Miss. Miss. Miss. Sigma, Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. . CRIS , KijZFQqQj. . . . ....... Jackson, Miss. I X- .,,,,,,.ff7i -if Liberal Ari: " J-1 Cardinafxglubg Annual Staff. ' X I V fi1':A CROWE . . F' ggi. . . . . . . Bogalusa, La. , S 5 .,?I.fberalArl: If idx ,uf l 7' ix f "I: l X ei ,V :Qi QL Z ,J,, ix X , 1 ",i . "' f 1 5.12 if 'ff l77l 1 -, 135 xg r M, 1 3711.1-' A If 1 1 1939 E M SS 1939 LE M SS S0 H0 DE LESTER J. DANNENBERG ASS . New York, N. Y. Buxmen Tennis Team. Row1.ANo DARRELL, K A . ..... . . Clarksdale, Miss. Liberal Arts TOM DARRAS . ..... . Chattanooga, Tenn. Libefal Art: CHARLES F. DiETz, K E ....... . . Clarksdale, Miss. Liberal Arn Annual Staff, Band. CARTER Doslzs, B 9 II .......... . Calhoun City, Miss. Liberal A rl: Clubj Vice-President Freshman Class. LESLIE DoosoN, E ............ Columbus, Miss. Liberal Art: S1'EELE DOLLAHITE, E N . ..... . Oakland, Miss. 3 Liberal Art: ROBERT C. Dow, E A E . ........... Canton, Miss. Bandg Gvm Dance Sommitteeg Hermeang 2 Businesx Y. M. C. A. HJMER DUKE ,C . . E A ......... . . . Oxford, Miss. . Liberal Ari: W1l.L1AM Duriig ,...... , . . . . Sardis, Miss. r K E R Engineering LELAND Ei.Lxs ELLIOTTQ N -K All .... . Ripley, Miss. S Business i ' i Phi Sigma. Boa ELLIS, K E . .... . . Drew, Miss. X iliberal A rn A 59 r il-lonor Roll. ELON E. ELL4S,42Qlf.A7E ........ VVoodland Hills, Miss. if . 'i s. Engineering A. S. C. EEZ, fr-Iermean, 1,,2gs M. C. A.g Minimppian Staff, lg Gym Dance VjsfiDecQrag:ing1Lommitteeg Rebel Staff, 2. Rum ERviN, J.: a . . V ....... Crystal Springs, Miss. Liberal Art! President of Triagixlifresiiienti of Sophomore Y. W. C. A.: Treasurer of W. S. G. AJ M Sf?EEf,?f'lazein Clubg University Chorus, W. A. A. EDXYARDk.'FANii'iQfl7i1f' KP . fs. 5 . Q X X v ....... . . Coahoma, Miss. by Lrberalflrti if i"i.Qfi.rxh-ipian Staff, l, 2. lZOB..FgQRICf'ExN . . . .... . .CharleSton, Miss. :N 'R F53 Liberal Arts DONRLD F.E1BiTfMAN, E NSA., ff. . . . . . .Vicksburg, Miss. . E ggi fi 7? i ...Liberal Arn' X., ' lg A Y. M. C. Ai, 1, 2g Phi Sigma. JQbsEE'i1'P. FEQSANDEZ ......... -. . . Brooklyn, N. Y. V xii" ' V ,Liberal Arts ANNEVFERRISVR. . . . . . Holly Springs, Miss. T 3 - ' E Business GEORGE FRiZEi,.1. , .K . . . . Brookhaven, Miss. i. --fx. . Es-.1fQ.sg-.ggzit V LrbcralAr15 VVM. FRY? . ....... Forrest City, Ark. 1 Ik. V, Bufineu , L, 1 Footballg Baseball, Basketball. HELEN ag-F . ,X .... . . Greenville, Miss. A . V' R . ' Businexr FRANK FURLOW . .'-fig, . . . . jackson, Miss. ' ,W fix" C ' Qysinexgggv jorm MCQUEEN GARDNJEH 2 A .... . Gulfport, Miss. si nnual Stag, l, Zg 1. ALBERT AGARDNX , EX A A 2.11 . .ti .C . Y Miss. Q k xx ,Q EBusine:s W' ,, or Hermean. 1, 2g Golf, lg Baseball Manager, lg Y. M. Cxfpir., 25 Bari, T, iuinippmn Business Sulfur, ww .. RICHARD GEORGE, K A . . . . . Masczm,XMiss. w uhm: Are. ' A is 1 ' . Gus GERARD, 2 X . . . .. .' fins Jl.Grenad3, Miss., b 1, , ig H 1 if Cardinal Club, Mixrisxippiari! 1, 2g Rilltigrtsiglulfhill 253' Band, fl, Y. M. C. A., 1, 25 Viceqgfesident Y. ZR, J XX ,xii ' 1 S A I 1 h A . K. ,N Q59 , It , , Qs X1 . E fs K fx 1 'i?73,.f,g'ri .g ifqgf Iwi?-N N 4 .Q . I X Xia-fx' ik rl AQ i- t 'xx no X 1-A w . t ' F .W . W ? :. Nfl .fi fa k N . S ,l 1781 'f 'N 1 is 1 'ls 1' ' A .1 ,Aff :ex .J ' ii' YR li. 1 I .1 IJ, ,.1Q.'.. - i h 2,1 ',e5f'i1.vi3:7g.e'f?J"?'Q7vi1-i'. ya .ji Qli. " -51 eg-if 2' 1.'- '19 yt if A 4 4' ,A ,, ,i ,..f,f.. -. Y. J . 'Q' .,.- " O' JS 1 K '. N 5 .I,"'....:-L .QW-. , ' V ish wg ' ' ' ' l ' N A fosti- ' , .- 2 ee- - SDD NELDA Gll.MER . . . Burinru JOE Gl.ENN, All A 9 . .... . Engineering HAROLD QSODM.-AN, E fb E ...... Liberal Artx Cardinal Club. J. B. GOl,DM.AN, JR., Z2 X ...... Engineering JOHN W. GORDON . .... . Pharmacy DE . 'l'Oc'vop.Il:l, . .xvlIl0IlZl, . Oxford, . . . Bay St. Louis, . . Vossburg, President Sophomore Pharmacy Class. joux HOXYARD GORDON, K A .... . . Liberal Ari: REGINALD GRAY, 42 A 9 ....... Liberal Arn' . . . . .BelzOni, . . . Hattiesburg, Associate Editor The Rebel HIRAM GRIFFITH, B 9 II ...... Buririeu JAMES WILLIAM GRAX', III, 42 A 9 . . Liberal Arg . . .' . .Hazlehurst, 'Yr . . .DubIiII, ASS Nliss. Nliss. lNli.-s. 1'1- lN'.l.-s. Miss. Nliss. lNl.ss. Bliss. Miss. Miss. . Rockford, Ill. Y. M. C. A. Cabinetg Hermann. BILL GURNEY, II K A ...... 1 .... . Ripley, Liberal Ari: " Misrisrippian Staff, Y. M. C. A.g Phi Sigma.. A' 5 BURNELL GUSTAFSON, B 9 II ..... . . . Engineering ' Secretary ol Sophomore Engineering Class. V MIL1i0N HALE .......... Education ELEANOR HAM, II B 41 ....... Liberal Arts Triads. FARMER HENRY HAMILTON, JR., K E . Buxinerr TOM HAMMOND, fb A 9, fir H E .... Liberal Art: Era Sigma Phi, Y. M. C. A.g Annual Staffg JAMES HANEY, fb K XII ....... Liberal Arts Y. M. C. A. KENNETH HAXTON, 41 A 9, KID H E . . . Liberal Art: . .' . . Hickory Flat, . .Clarksdalef . Shuquifilak, Miss. , Miss. Miss. ' f . . . . .Atlanta,Ga. Minimppian Sralfg Rebel ScaE . . . . . . Pontotoc, Wx . . . Greenville, ,X Honor Rollg Scribblersg Y. M. C. A., Mi:risrippiai!"S!Eif. FREEMAN C. HAx's ......... . . . . ,J-22-Sherman, 4 UVU I"' 655 S El 5 E EL o Z " f' -1 4 Z PE m :E 5 2 gl E m m '-l 2.12 .. Z :C 2 2 3' z U bi rv B Q rn m I: m x ID -1 V22 3 W 7: 2 'lg fo - O U .5 pu z -Z . :Q I muy be A . E D- ' ill D :O . .. 'si ' Q. r - -'TJ S' m A 1 'Q' o N as . 3 ' ' i-' 3 Q09 E' ' EU ' Ei- H 3 ru " v. I-N '1 2, 5 2:91 5' . 5- ' 1. S 5 2 2 rs 3' S 9'-."' "' . "- ' 1 . ' se O . . "' 'U gg L . P' 232' 3, Elm , , 1 J- 'Q - . . '32 'C I.: - ' 3 . Q, . TO T i ' N -sgrg,.l+-- ,, . ,L H . -,D . 5 gl. 1 Q -1 3 ffxmfqi O "" ." :I 3 'U ,FE E, ' 2 2 5' o P 511' PZ' O' " 5 ., -. V p ua. E 3 O E' P' L1 .IP 2 :r- E! N :x U ll Ti E1 -o E E. 5 S' MARY EDITH HILL , V. Q. , . . .. . . 7.fiB5Oneville " X l Educazion . ff, U EVELYN HILLIN, A . . . . . fJ'Houston, V , . . , Liberal Art: ,A l Triaclsf Pan-ldellenicg Y. W. C. A. ,S PATRICK G. HOGAN . . . ,ff .... V . . ,. . Columbus, X V ' ,g ii X' "I Liberal Arts HOCSETTEl ,. lg. X ...... . . Miami, 5' I L ' 'L Liberal Arn I f jFoorball, I, 2. v-,,,,fiQ-3gd'IfijiI.ES IHINUKHOLMANQ QILLE X . . . . Carrollton, ,lx X. Liberal Arif X-.QLqLiIARGUERl'Iff HOLMES, X Q, j'f,X, .... . Vaiden, frjff ,' ,L I JPbarmacy an , f if '11 pf f 'ZX jjj' X , X ff fx L79 'I ' f .f Q, X XXS"7ff'I, . , ' ' f ijffffk MI ss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Tenn. of Phi l Rela- Miss. Tex. Miss. Fla. Miss. Miss. l cz ai- .1 if if 1939 LE M SS 1939 OLE M ss S0 DE C ASS MII.LER HOLMES, E A E . . . . . . . Business Mississippiansg Glee Club. . Yazoo City, SIDNEY HOPKINS, K A .............. Hickory, Liberal Arts Y. M. C. A., International Relations Clubg Classical C JOE HOWELL, 22 A E ......... . Liberal Art: ELMO HOVVELL .... .... Education MARTHA HUGHES, A A A ...... Education Sigma Alpha Iota. ROBERT HUMMEL, A T A ....... Business Band, ,Cardinal Club, Collegians. lub, Phi Sigma. . . . Egypt, . .Bexar, . .Oakland, Miss. Miss. Miss. Ala. Miss. . . Warren, Ohio EVVING LEE HURDLE, B 9 2 ,...... Collierville, Tenn. L Busineu SAS- Honor Roll,:2g C. A., 1, 29 Phi Sigma, 1. LAWRENCE HUTIQN . ............. Oxford, Miss. mfg, i Liberal A rt: JACK INCRAM, . .I . . . . Bay St. Louis, Miss. I gy Y S Liberal Arts SY ' Band, lg Y. M. C. A. BYRON INMON, A XII . 5 . A ...... . . Pontotoc, Miss. L Xjxlnberal Arif MILOREO ISAACSON . if-. . . . .Clarksdale, Miss. A A ' Buxines: Q-Q A--, ,G Triads. MALCOLM . . , . . . New Albany, Miss. X ji ,J gs Iv lx, in Buxinexx CAROL M. JACOERgR..Xf.g..s'.'. . j. .... . Pontotoc, Miss. -. xiii- if x 5 Liberal A711 GEORGE PHLLfPi,IfiiS,ST,",,.fK Z ..... . . Rosedale, Miss. Vi -ix. Business iR,f-iii! " , , ADA JOHNSOE, . 2 i. . . . Lexington, Miss. K, . -,fx Education PAT JOHNSON, E .L 4' L . . . . Hattiesburg, Miss. fx 5 in Businexr JESSLEY JOHgSQg!'Q M . . X4 . . . . Cleveland, Miss. XZ. E, .lv ra' iv Buxincxx JOHNSGS, . .Y . . . . . Canondaigua, N. Y. i ' 1' ZVBU5i11C1'.f EARL JOHNsON, E N .E . . . . Clarksdale, Miss. fx- A Ng ,Liberal Ar!! PERCY W',..,sJjigL3'si3ON, II K A if I, . . . ..... Shubuta, Miss. J .lx Liberal Am Cardinal Chbgiphif-Sigmag Mixsixximan 'Stalfg Secretary of Sophomore Yg OLE MISS if ,", , Staff, 25 ,Freshman Days, 2. ' EI.OUIsE . ug .:. .. .... . . . Belzoni, Miss. C 'g K vw? Liberdlilrrs X' Y. W.Q.5A. JACK JORDAlN,,2 A E -. . ...au . . Columbia, Miss. is .N NJ X, 1 - ' '15 5215. .XE . PHILIP KAN'FOR, QE . , . ..... Clarksdale, Miss. . . . ish.. ,HI BRENT KATZEN EHER . . . Vi s urg, Miss. A ' Y 'fiibeial ' f SUE KEEL, K Ax. . . I . i' .... is . . .ffbar g, Miss- Libera1Aru , ff .- Triadsg Y. W. C. Ax, l, f i I v JACK KELLUM . . .i . . ,. . . . TupelO,MIss. J Lfbffa ggggggf' . , LW . " ',2:gLb1".7, I ik ,XA D , BEN KEY, K 2 . . 5. . . . I . .,,q.fJ.I6.l,MehdIan, MISS. R fs LII-mz ggi sift 12 ff? 'A my It J ' . Q f f Zxfliws N if' 4' X iv ' 'I ff .3 fb." I f.. . , .L X I Mfg' . I ' " 5 ',.v-Y. . ,K A J A ..-pr ,. S? NY X ., ,A 2' - ' 'ss' .I -1 3 I J, ' ',!,. l I X , i 34 l Arif .wif lf iell Q 'p f l ff.. ff ,411 ,li wlrl .-NITE, X:--an X .. U A . .4 1 4 X ' iifiif X L fl M SUD DDE C ASS ,ix LENORE KIMBROLVCH, X Q ........ . . Greenwooci, Miss. Llbfldl Arn Beauty Section, lg VV, A. A. GEORGE TRUITT KINARI1 ........ . Jackson, Miss. Buxinexs HENRY KINARD, A T A , . Jackson, Bliss. Burinesi JACK KIRKPAFRICK, A K ...... . Clarksdale, Miss. Engineering MILTON KLEINMAN , . . . . New York, N. Y. Buxinexi CHESTER KOZEL, II K A ..... . Kenosha, XVis. Liberal Arts BAE KRAMER, A A A ............ . . McComb, Nliss. Business Cardinal Club Sponsorg Secretary Sophomore Y. W. C. A., Y Editor on "M" Book Staff, Misiirsippian Staff, Legislative Council ofmkw. S. G. FRANK KYLE, fi? H CID . . . . . . s:'f,Cglh0un City, Bliss. Liberal Art: IX o 'il if: , 7 251. l . BILL LAMPARD, K A . . . . . I K. . .5 Is- 1. Cleveland, Miss. Liberal Ar! ' Q ga I .Il Aiijx VVARREN LARROUX, fb K 'lf ....... 9, H . Bay St. Louis, Miss. Liberal Art: ll" 1.31 'CT -If I VERNON LASH . . . . . .... . VV -l,Uniry, Ohio Liberal Am if M 5 .vvij A ROBERT LEACH . . . . . 7, . dianapolis, Ind. Buiineu lil'-'iff A iff , , I ., GORDEN LE BEAU . . . . . . . Q ga. . Bililfiiinn. Liberal Arts L," . fgfxli f" 'sy f fQf..xff."'i'o 4-f gwfrgf ,' I If -if A -fs my I I A KEARNEX' LEGGETT A ill . ..... s. . gg.. . . Lggrel Miss. , Buxinefx 'Tri L, il V, 'f C529 , Hifi SARA LEWIS . . . . . . .fjy I igatcsville, Miss! Education gay' , DORIS LOFLIN . . . . . . . . . . . . Bride, Miss. N Pharmacy if C ' "X, li' X., L rf , GENEVIEVE LONG A A A . . . . . . Tupe Miss.,5f' , Liberal Arts ,QA air 1 Lfs 5,131 JULIUS LOTTERHOS, JR., K ..... . Cry 'nings, lkiisilp.. Liberal An: ,Q . Y. M. G. A. J 'LA ' Live' MARGARET LOVE, X fl . . .... . . I TsI5h,iiSlN1isSQ3Vl Liberalflrts 'l f fi l l a , SC' gi: R , LUTHER LUNA, JR., fb K X11 ...... . falput, lMlSS. Liberal Am ,A ,fri lfggf Q yi I .fzzggrgifl -SFS A . CROMER MABUS . . . . . 'f3.: '1"1 i Miss. Liberal Art: fig. V ' :f x :Q pang THOMAS MACRUDER, sb .... -j.gfQf:,g 3' . " : " ibson, Miss. 7B,urine.u' . 5,5 f',Z'L57J Cf,,V,'41,.IY.FM. C. A. jk- ---J .L , :fx .Nlli s , N FRANCES' MALLEY . . :fi-fixji Q . . , XZ5.-is, ,'.,. rigoldy Nliss, . .Lk ji X 'bera gr!! i I lb ,E fy! , Presidentgdffif-4lPl?2Q,lf3!'I3,bQ'e 1' SECIEEQTY Uilliialsigi i. A ,,.?ifrZL.l7, Cf' ' 4 . MORTON MAYO, ,, agua, AIKE . . Q, . . ,5s,-,"2 . ,Va'Hfg!ttIesburg, Miss. if-11.121, 'fig "A- ff:-Lf1'b'erb7l Arts ,J ii Y, Y, ff , , V. f f':?5f" -I. Fl MARION MELVIN, N Agile' gif' ........... Camden, Miss. ' 'jx Liberal Arts Qi . O. T. C., Boxing Manager. CARLISL I IliiQ,ER, 43? ii ..... . Hazlehurst, Miss. f""". ' il Liberal Art! Inter' ternity Council. ER . . .... . Oxford, Miss. iv usines: ' 'f I I lg , tau Iffl 'QV 1939 LE M SS SUD IDE C ASS BEN MILLER .... ..... Liberal A rn VIRGENE MIZE, A A A . .... . Liberal Art: JULIAN PRYOR MOFFAT, A sl' .... Busineu Y. M. C. A., 1, 25 Mirsisxippxan RAY MOEFEIT . . . . . . Business Liberal Art: Band, 1, 25 Mississip EDMUND MONTGOMERY, K A . GENE MOONEY, A T Q . . . Liberal Arts MAYO MOORE, K 22 . . Liberal Art: ERNEST MOORE . . fb. . . . ?ke,,l Burinen CHARLES M. MURPHY, K A . . . .R I Businexs . Paterson, . . Forest, . . . . . Oxford, Staff, 1, 2, Track, 1. N. J. Miss. Miss. . . Bogalusa, La. . . Yazoo City, pians, 1. Miss. . . . .Rock Island, Ill. . . Prichard, . . Memphis, . . Belzoni, Miss. Tenn. Miss. Phi Sigmag Y. M. C. A.g Migtsgxippian Staff, International Relations Clubg Debating Team. U D 'Y u JAMES MCART . Kb? ........,.. Batesville, Miss. l-ll .Bminerx lulllfl A DORIS CLARE MCCAR ........... Hattiesburg, Miss. uf , Businen Honor Roll, V olic Club, W. S. G. A. Legislative Council. l 1X JOSEPH MCCARTY, K A . 593. . . . . . . .Jackson, Miss. ,XTX liberal Ari! lxl . . . FRANK MCCO I v . . . . . Rlenzi Miss. H Juli Buxinen , 'SJ lg? ,, mm McCoil1vigCK,3. Q. . .fsxzgnx .... . . . Heidelberg, Miss. YT ,.,l Y, .,i i, fi ., 5Pbarmacy ll' 'VQ5-fi1f,ky?relPrgsiolent Sophomore Class. , .,.' . .QQ A3 .. . ' MARGARET MC,f501:,,X fl ,xl .......... . Greenville, Miss. 5 gig, bf.-,QR 3 ,fl Ly! Liberal Art: SigmakAlp1raEI5xajxfTtpb'fe ancl, Bassg Secretary of Freshman Classg Y. W. C. A.g 5 , UQQQCXILSIIY Chorus, Rebel Staff. Q5 S1 TF' yi ANNELOU lM2?Q5iNiEL U ..... . Tupelo, Miss. ,K .QV K -A.. 1.5, Liberal Art: JOHNLH-MCGlxLL..5?'3g . ,M . . . . .Kenosha, VVis. , XR I fb Q l xx ,Education . A... xx. ' A, A . , Eggs- nf X, fs. . ,MX ' AE MCGQNAEHZL . ,. . l . . . . Water Valley, Miss. -'wif f 5 ' .R ,. ,rLiberalArlx l? .ls . ' f' ' K ' 1 ..-. srl . V-ll5GlkIxAI MClNTx'RE, A Sf. .59 .... . Alpine, Tex. MQ- M , ' ,N " Q iibjbcral Arn HUNTER Meigmmg qw n fr ...... Michigan Cary, Miss. "i' fx, ' S al Arts Cardirihlliggrbgi ffrgshman Tennis Qarnytfainnual Staffg Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, l. V V,-A ' if. in ' W1LL1AMf NEWTON, E N ,gg ..j.1g,'i ......... Drew, Miss. I , 'Q' iX'.f-,iqusinerx w la fiiraiii 1i1""i- C 'ERNON KIQHOLSQ VR. 1, ' 9 ,, . . . anton Miss wk-'ll l vi I-xLiMgE1.'ls l 1 . , .N ---c,-Ms- ..A. X x N :fx fx RMA , fi U ' ' JULIAN NQEL l. . 5 .N 1 . ... 1, . . . Greenville, Miss 'Xl l' l 'X l .Bk ,A . L ' W -, X R Phi, siguleistx if p slag, i , A K' sets? .. GF . . ROYAL EARL! R'l'Qr lx-gg . U .ffsqzgi 'wp ,N ,. . . 'oni, Miss ' ig, . ig 'bgvazxxigaji ,If f L RQ i , eg. -.-,f Q GEORGE OLsON . . . '. 3. . l .4 . . -f , . , K L3 ard, Ill :tml LibeArll: fr, l l , VAX, .X "2 JACK O'NEAL . . l. l.l L, . . if, QQ, iss ' Q ,-l Bqsi Haiti. 5 E il , Q ' l -.1124 ' " . ' ll l- ,V i Y . SEYMOUR ORNSTEIN . l E .... . .yjsgk .,13Q,,-41 ,Pg-.N U Liberal I ' L lu- Q ' 9 ,- rl via Ienms ,IVI :Syl ll fl L.hQ5J'5 A- wr, "TF" 1 ,' x N I 9 3 9 0 L E M S S i V A 7 fl lllnlix. 5, -ii. 'G X S 1, A t, ., A 4' . li. 'sz S A A Q. 1821 A N f .si if. A-ff sf T' ' ,Bi l ,V I'.' "Mb " 5 'v,'.'1 rx '3 N' ' fl ffl,"'f-ICQfY"- .lull :fin ' .-1 . "-' L7fQf1"5"lf.'-H'-Qiff:l:f.' ,F ull . I .-,',',-'i '-.,'.,,-I '.., ..- - 'V 'Q'-,'.1 . . I lf -' 5 A 4 A 7 X vu l ..,. ..' 1- 1 4. SDD MDIQE ASS THOMAS DE VECMON OTT, B 9 II . . . . Franklinton, La. Liberal Arls WILLIE PARKER . . .... . . Lucedale, Miss. Business GRACE PATTERSON, X Q . . . . . Clarksdale, Miss. Business HAROLD PEEPLES, B 9 II . .... . . . . Fulton, Ky. Business Freshman Tennis, Freshman Basketball. MAx PEGRAM, dv A G ........... . . Tupelo, Miss. Liberal Arts JAMES PERSHING PERRY, 2 X ..... Liberal Arts . Rienzi, Miss. ROMEO POPP, H K A . . . . . Libaral Arts . Detroit, Mich. ARTHUR PRINDLE, CIP H 41 ..... . Wg., . . Nyack, N. Y. Liberal Arl.- All A - sz DAVID PUCKETT, A K E . .... . . fmfih. . Tupelo, Miss. Business nfl, li' il Cardinal C A, Q ll GUYRANER . . . . if All"-.Sl .... Gloster, Miss. Liberal Am l ,s Phi Sigma, Mississippian Kyiv I sm. RATNER, A A A ,.... . .... . Y 5 okcny, Mis.. Music .g-, JL 'li' ROBERT REED ............ . owellville, Ohio Education 42 if lf? 'r 25.123 Catholic Club, Cardinal Club, Annual Scaggifflfississigfian. Till CAROLYN REED, sb M ........ . fi Liberal Arts Y I g Y. W. C. A., Mississippian Staffg Internationaliggrellaiiiong zz i., N , , 5.'.,?,,, ATLEEN Ricks .......... .... . gbooneville, Education lf' f, 1 il! Honor Rollg Secretary of Alpha Lambda Delia? QQ, f ,.j'rfQ,X "'l"l.-iij: f' LAKE ROBERSON, A XII ............ . . . lQ'dn,,jMiss,'-yi. Liberal Arts 'gf ,P , x ,.A'. ' Nxcic ROBERTS, 2 A E . .... . wyazooggfy, Misgggg' Liberal Arts ,,,,f"i . JACK ROPER, K E . . ...... . iffglfgfibltilld, Liberal Arts g 5 HARVEY Ross, fir A 9 . ..... . Qi? V 35,4132 Milf! Liberal Arts QE i i H Bandg Collegians. Ti Q, BILLY Ross, K A . ..,.... fly L qvffsifyqrglf Miss, Liberal Arts f',4W,' j NDRTNE SABINE . . . . . A A its M553- Music V . ll Treble and Bassg f 4254 1 VI HERBERT' SANDERS, dr II,'5Ivf'7qM. ' . Amite, La. l e--' ll , CY. A IRVVIN SEBULSKY, fb E V. arksdale, Miss. A THOMAS SENTER , Fulton' Migs. qfl, ll WINFRED SHAW gil. . . Oxford, Miss. Engineering FM SHAW . Banner, Miss. Business . Clarksdale, Miss. LiberalArt1 . . McComb, Miss. . S. C. Band, Mississippian Staff, 1, 2. U issi Wa' fl' f n og. XXW xx 'Ex . 1939 LE M SS ls- 'ID at 1939 DLE M SUDHD DE C ASS YVILLIAM S. SHlPM.-KN, A X11 ............ Jackson, Miss. Liberal Art: Interfrarerniry Councilg Phi Sigma: Rifle Teamg Y. Nl. C. A.g Annual Staffg Glee Clubg V Mixsixuppian Staff, Golf. CLIFTON SHIRLEY ............. . Meridian, Miss. Liberal Art' R. O. T. C.g Catholic Club, Football JOHN DOUGLAS SIMMONS ............ Cleveland, Miss. Liberal Art: FILITAIRE NICHOLAS SLUTZKY , .... . Passaic, N. Y. Education STEXVART SMITH, E X ....... . Meridian, Miss. Liberal A rt: Freshman Football, Freshman Track. LLOYD SMITH ............... . VVinona, Miss. Engineering Y. M. C. A.g A. S. C. E.g Vice-President Sophomore Class. NANCY SMITHSON .... np ......... Goodman, Miss. RllLiberal Art: ED SPAIN, K E ..... fig, . . . . . . Booneville, Miss. ' 1 Pharmacy Band, LQQ Y. C. A.: Mississippian Staff. COTT STAPLETO. ' . .Lb IA ........ Clinton, Miss. " -- I era rts JOHN ROBERT STL? llET ', K ZS . , .A. . . . Tunica, Miss. " l ' F' ' Liberal rn STUART STEINHAUER, .iii 5 . b .A. . . . Denver, C0l0- w' Li eral rt: HUGH STEPHENS, E X '. . .jxqkb IA, . . . New Albany, Miss. f'1,Qi',l era rt. Rifle Teamg Y, C. A., Misfixiippian Staff. EDMOND STEXEFS, 111,45 9 . . . . . . VV6St Point, Miss. Q51 ' Busineu PERSHING Sr ailiyaik, fb II fP,Q ,-,X .... . . Mize, Miss. ggi 1' 'F .N x Cjsiibilzeral Arn LUCILE SULLIXC-lNffE:.iizQ!i+7..Q7, eu'Tf',-J. . . - - - EUPOYH, MiSS- fJQl,Lgi7ffFlV-fw f 2 5 Pbarmary CHARLES TANQEFS? . I.A .... . Meridian, Miss. fxxfgjgs gfwx nf- L' I era rt: -ig lgflidian Junior College, 1. XVILLIAM X . ..... . Greenwood, Miss. if p -sg: Q97 .ii-wTgiQ3g,Liberal Am JOHNQI-1'ERIzE1Kj TOM . . . . . . Tupelo, Miss. SV if p su. Hg Engineering 'if' I is .eff 'QQ All? C- E- . . .fiF.V...X. . . . . Grenada, Miss. 5, TX? x s fx f 'i'i TB mmf t l li'1QNf1ES5T.-XY fff .Q . . . . .- McMinnville, Tenn. Ls ' nl 5 'beral Arif X' if f W. C. 'ae Club, W. A. A. FRAxcEs Ti1RT3?0x,l K A , KQ.ss,w.A ...... Bay Springs, Miss. K.-re :JK ii: rlx ' .":g:I,- .-1.1.3 , FRANK T6Eli"eBg56XII ,. . ,lg . . Memphis, Tenn. is fi i'Q.f?i3i"5l'l"F 'is C. E. :fr I , , LEXYIS Tkiitilugfffizskn T , . . . . . jackson, Miss. Pi li irial Manager. , l SIBYL TU SER, A H? . . . . Oxford, Miss. BONNIE TI C u 1, X . ,l VVater Valley, Miss. JAMES lfmriuiss . '7 . X .X Ark. ' Art! ARLIS VANLANDINGHA ' L . l Miss. MARX' Louisa WALCOT I. .. . . . I l CECIL VARNER . . ., 1, . .l ll 7 fl Liberal I8-11 ...ffl X...-' Xi .Se A11 5' -isyg B -w 1-sr 'Q ,Z S0 H0 CDE ASS ELGIN XVALKER . ........... XVater Valley, Miss. Business VU. A. A. and Y. W. C. A. C. A. YVALKER, II K A .......... . Gulfport, Miss. Liberal Arls JUANITA VVALKER, A Z ....... . . . Lambert, Miss. Liberal Arts Y. W. C. A., 1, 25 Annual Staff, 25 University Chorus, 1, 2, Triads. BEN VVALKER ........... . . . . Jackson, Miss. Liberal Arts FRED C. VVALLACE, E N ...,... . . . . Oakland, Miss. Liberal Arts Cardinal Club, '38-'39, Honor Roll, '38. ANNA LOUISE WARD ........ .... H arriesburg, lN'Iiss. Education X'ANDELL S. YVARREN, H K fb ........... Benton, Miss Liberal Arls Phi Sigmag Y. M C. A.g Cardinal Club,eg8-'39. KATHRYN VVARREN ........... . Meridian, Nliss. Business 5,15 lj, W. A. A. and Arch 5 Club. llllyll EDVVIN A. VVATSON, A K E ..... . ."l.l "VVest Point, bliss. Business 'Z 5 fx NElL XNHITE, A K E . ..... ' ,',i fl . . . Gulfport, Miss. Liberal Arls lil lv, JOHN H. WHI1'TINCTON ........ ll' . , Brogxllhii-yen, Miss. Liberal Arls CQXJ 'Q Football, 1, 2, Basketball, 1. ligllyx . J, ' . EARL W7IGGERS, A X11 .............. '- . ilford, Miss. Business 5-J? Cardinal Club, '38-'SQQX if, fb ,'7' fs-: "1 ll 1 . A JOHN T. w7ILKlNSON, E A E . . . .q.,: 95.3, u.A1baempli1s,.E.13lili. COOPER XVILLIAMS ......... js e'giQ951illad61ghxq,'ggMi . Business ' fx, "- '5.ii1'i:,.,3 3 THOMAS K. VVlLL1AMs, E A E ..... . Liberal Arls lf gf 1 BROVVN VVILLIAMS, A T A . . . I. . PlLii'adeflplilg,51MissiQ1 Business Football, 1, 2. TOMMYE W1LsFoRD, X S2 . .... . . Llllaslhllisskgllyl Liberal Arts gym f flfljfji. Treasurer of Sophomore Y. W. C A.g member of A. MARJORIE XNILSON, K A . .... ..... .fQOrr,f0'f"mCMiss,i,j., LibemlAr1s il L- ,gg CHARLES PHILLIP VVlNDHAlvl . .... . . jbus,1N,liss5'7-' Business ', Band, 'sr-'ss. Y. lvl C. A., Phi sigma. Q ffl ALLIE VVlNG, 'IJ A 9 . ........... oklyri N. Y. - f"'3fii Vi 2' 5 Liberal Arts I lxi, xfqj , ' FRED WlT'fX', JR., fb A 9 . ..... 3. ilvliss. Business V H5555 . Glee Club, 1, 2g Band, 1, 25 Univrsity Chorus, 1, wifi: 'ppiigii aff, lg Hermean, 1. f 'ffff " ELSIE LEE VVOOD . . .5::I'Pj Miss. . . . . V 54 5554 A.: W. CLAUDE VVOODVVARD, fb I ' 'I K 'Z ciusko, Miss. if . JOHN M. WRIGHT rnando, Miss. BERNARD YAEFE . . .ull . . ii.ipQ?larksdale, Miss. l .1 lg Jewish Club. YOUNG . Aberdeen, Miss. Liberal Arts ZAREMBA . Port VVashington, N. Y. Liberal Arts . . . Port Washington, N. Y. Band. ,,.f- 'Q Z ,gy ff I 71' 5 44 X K E851 I XA PY versity before, is a bit bewildered at the ene 5 atric lation and orientation is all a rather u 1- ess cedur. ii - or so it seems to him. Then the fun g. s. ar i ' 'wifi ' . three days of rushing, which he passe in a it . th semi-conscious condition, meeting hun boys ' u gl- whose names he forgets, meeting girls h io - fbi: If an , 9 .. remember. After it is over, he realizes t t is 9 yi- 1 , object in entering college, or so dad sa ' . - . CLASS ucati n. Out come the books. Work, football week- first gym dance, dates, acclimation to the new ings take up the period before Christmas. 'TJ 'Tl P-1 3 3 5' ":i- S- Q 3 B 3 an na N :S :3 5,1 2 5' EI :. g Q O 3 5 5- N .1 O 5 I l I 0- P+. " r-1 N v-- D' F15 0 D' D' cn UO no 2 5- D' :vis un Q H O ua 2 D' O :J "' o 0 v-- '-' ,W ,,,,. , ,,,,,, M M Q 3 if , ,ss,, ,a,aaa,, y arir i it ,, fff if f 'A" if"""""emW of mfffdw ,wr wbW Z , W '3!WMw'fzff - ,,,V,, IWWQ! X ff 'W D- S mmhifmfazmy ,wffffwffmww W yfcfmvfg, V 9 ,ly ,lknf f1q:1,,Q, ,,,,Y,, ' ff ' f f,wfw,,0,,. , ' - H a gs' ,.Q" 9 O -f'. . M - 3 I "W N Q "H W 1 WM I N Q 9 Z , , "' 2 ? I Z WW 'z , , ' f 3 "" 4, C 5113: 'I 2 mmlkk X2 Hiya A91 2 , aeff 432 I in- '?fifmf,,,4v""tz:,f' ,,'f , ,. Q2 2, 2 ,Q -.,2""w 'Q-tj H7 W BW? VO! Z ' X ff 2 7 ff 44 .. , 5 , 0, Ziff' f-1 O B ,.,,, , Wm! fy? v i 3 ,ii N , pp ff ,., ye, Mwmwf I X IMI? ,We 4, ' P: ,A 94 ,i .,.,,. if 1 , f 2 Q ,I cvl 7 ' ng' ' 1 if 04 1144! 1 , W V,,,f" holidays, during which his love is pledged e sweetest girl in the world, come examina- ING-The sap rises, flowers bloom, and A :B- O PA 93 :s o- 0 Fl N B 0 cz. 5' V1 3' : ,.. :s on 5. li 2 0 N oo 93. T if: thing this time-with the most beautiful and . ding girl on the whole campus? Of course, .' ns just come along, but then it will be over N man year, the most thoroughly enjoyable of .mt x . 5. XXX Xxx 1 X XxQ5xX !xXXiX'x+4xX'w XXX X Y X' F-XXNX . SX lg - XKXXXX. -. N 5 VN xg X -XXX X X . .XX X x X GEORGE DAVIS . . President BILL ALLEN . . . Vice-President RUTHE MINOR . . Secretary X XX X CANDLER WISELOGLE . Treasurer O F F I C E R S Allen, Wiseloqle, Minor, Davis 1939 LEM SS FIQESHMAN JOHN ABSTON, E X . .... . Liberal Arts GR.ACE ADAMS .... . . . Liberal Arts THOMAS ADAMS, A K E ..... . Liberal Arts Y. M. C. A. LEVOY AAGNEXV, II K A . ..... . Liberal Arn JAMES AKE, A T A . . Business BILL ALLEN, K E . . Liberal Art! Vicehpresident of Freshman Class. FRAXCES JANDERSON, X Q ..... Buxines: MELBA ANDERSON . . . Bufinexx VERNON ANDERSON . . . Buxiness MARTHA ,ARANT .......... 6 Liberal Arts MARGARET .ALICE ARNDT . . . ' Liberal Arr:- THOMAS .AVENT, E A E . . . . . Liberal Arts ROBERT BA1RD.JJR,, H KN ,uri . . . . 'ss 1-1 JE I ff Business' EDVVARD BALLE 'TIJYE J, ..... . . ' R l"' Pharmacy ,xii -s L:-Fi J, g LEVVIS BARKSDALE, sb 51. . . Iii ,E Busineu FRED BEARD, E X .ki ..... C P Business' HARLES BEAUCHAMP . .JUNK ..,. . A Ex? 'Engineering JACK BELL, ENX . . . 51, . . . . f3 Asif' Liberal Am XVXLLIAM BE'5qH3rif .... . .a... 2 3 if X 'rjf,g, Liberal Am MART H. BISHQISYKJ-iQ,'gs .Lp . . . ' ' f.JfxJ'g1:J,,g,sfjJXJ 1,1 Liberal Arts ROBERT E. BLLQDEARQS Lf I it ..,, . ,JJ A 1 J il Engineering JDE BLZLTQQZL p f LN. . . J . . I - ' Buxmen xv Liberal Arn NT f ASV :ms GEORGE kBOigiisifo.S , -J J X w,Liberal A rt: -NX ggi' Jyjfgfqt Roafigr Bnggoij-A . . . .X. 1, rf1'.'X l l ASS . Hickory Flat, Miss. . . Tunica, Miss. . . Tupelo, Miss. . . . . Laurel, Miss. Hoddon Heights, N. J. . Jackson, Miss. . Corinth, Miss. . .Oxford, Miss. . Moline, Ill. . . Oxford, Miss. - Houston, Miss. . . Oxford, Miss. . . Amory, Miss. . Port Huron, Mich. . . Marks, Miss. . Columbus, Miss. . Vicksburg, Miss. . . Moline, Ill. . . Nettleton, Miss. . . University, Miss. . . . .Oak Park, Ill. . Lake Cormorant, Miss. . VVater Valley, Miss. . VVaterbury, Conn. B,AikFiii'BRAMQi'.i:T, A T A5 . . . Oxford Miss. Jig " jsfgi 'rgberal Artx , QSLER T A b .I . . Madden, Miss, if-1 ' . 4' f'-e-- j-' era Arts BRAIN -,Jg,LJb- ,A - . Memphis, Tenn. C.- .,.. gif, , J ,JAQ 25, :era rt: kit!-LLEKM B1irDGf0lfYH,3 A E . . . Yazoo City, Miss. 13-1 I , K aff iberal Arts HAROLD BKQYSQISFIQIN, fb E YE-5.fQBu . . . . . Greenville, Miss. i4..f,sJg,J.J:JgJl.J,J, ,J imen' HUNT ,. . ,JU J. . . . Baldwyn, Miss. ,Q . 1 ' .f 'f JOHN 2.5-, l. .fl .... . Merigold, Miss. f 5,-'.-,riibml Am ROBERT UQICK, . Jig' . D, . . . Brandon, Miss. FRED BY RS .. .H fg' J. A T. -QW . . . Oxford, Miss. ,I il T J uiirltsx ELLEN B QEXRS . , 'QI ,xx Y ,Qu s . fs if . . . . . Tavlor, Miss. 1 R Ag ' RICHARD C , 'A3'ifb.llgi1'fi fx . . . Oxford, Miss. 2 Q ,s.f'iSffS, 'fs 1 l . HARRY CAPELIXXE Xi: .. .. ms kr ,,2fJ.s . J kee, VVTS. gr xx Za, uxmer, qJ,,f,4,,.lJ,, .a A MARX' CASHMAN, K la .7 2 fi l..,'. Hs 5-A. . . 'Vick rg, Miss. llll' 1.'i'i'i -js -is i ,l ' 'F 41"-es 335 X153 U, ' J i Miss. CAT HERINE CHADXNIC A H -SQ?-is S nmq ff sim 'T . A' - .Z L . . .,. ' r .av J, XVAITER CHANDLER, U . 7'-iii Okold F Bu kgiw A 7' ARXDELL CHAsEx Libui JK fi ik Afilgyxllq, ix Rf' X ,fs Pagiqjiui ff ss V l XJ kghwf X 43' a' lssl ,fi Xl gfifrfx 5 Q Xsw ciixxgvg 30 N' i .il'l g -1-:S i- 'ill ' N ' f l ' ' . . N!! . . H,,M,ijiJ.J'5.,J,, AJJJJJ, 'lx i iss. J J J L' Lx,-TAY, - 1 Era., , , J 'F . 1 M . 45. . .J. . M, J . 5 7 - tk. , - J r JM i sf' px 'ILA K lf- f A ' Af- I ' ' 'VIR f , X1 I if -Ze- jf T' , Hx , 1 x L 1'-".. .s .- -,," ' .x J .',.l.'i,"fi -A' ll , if-f ' '. ,f A gig Je E 'ff' ' Af., ff., . J m gr ,,'2,, ,S ' ,, -' Q yr . ,.J- Q- ,A .',',',.J,.X , J ,OJ--.N J. 1 'sxx Q :a . R, ,J,J,,,JJ . J- ,JJ-xi, ,J Q. , E Q v D .1 -allz.1Jg-'g1g:2:'1g?J ,431-g2aQg5: J' S gill m e Img, , R, J J 5-if ' if A ab. A ' ...J ' 3 'iv . .'-f .,"fi-55, S-ji-'Q ' ' E j.'f-5'-.fiifljilg-QQD.. X """ 4 fd? ,g:,:,5g:1-',- ,-,J-,. ' , Ji. J a ,ff FIQESHMAN ANNE CHASE, X S2 . ARTHUR CLARR, A sl' . . SHAN CLAYTON, JR., H K JAMES COLEMAN . . . ALLEN COLHOUN, A K E VIRGINIA COLLINS . . RAYMOND CONNER, K A SALLY COOKE . . . ALBERT EDIVIN COOPER . . NORVELL Cox, X Q . LIB CRANFORD . . . XVARREN BOLES CRUZEN HAROLD CUNNINGHAM, K SUSAN MARYE DABNEX' SAM DALTON . . . CHARLES DALY, K 3 . . AL FRED DANIEL, A T S2 EDWIN DANIELS, A A11 . VOORHIES DANIEL, A A A J. VV. DAVIDSON . PHILIP DAVIS . . . ALDRON DAY'lS, 111 K X11 . JACOB DAVIS . . . GEORGE DAVIS, K A . CHARLES DAY . . ANSE DEES, A T A . CALVIN G. DIETRICH . JOHN DODsON . . Liberal fini. Liberal -A ri: i Liberal .Arl.I Q L.IQmi AQII Liberal A in lhxiin xi BIIWW Liberal Ain Engineering Liberal .A ri i Liberal. A ri: ASS . . Lucy, 'l'cIIII. Indialiolzi, Mis-. . Ripley, Mas.. . Oxford, Nliss. Vickshlirg, Miss. . Oxford, Bliss. Columbia, Miss. lNIemphis, VIKCIHI. . Brandon, Miss. Baldwyn, Bliss. . Laurel, Miss. Memphis, Tenn. Buxines X YA . . . A. . I,l.IwII-I-if1ian,IwIIfS. Buunen ' ' . . . . 1. ffl, Crystal Springs, Miss. Liberal Ar! ' 5 ,ij 2 . . . . . ,l,'1.,a, . YVater3wYLalle5', Miss. Pharmacy fi' Q '4 ' Liberal A ru Liberal A rr: .J .... ,f Ikflidiaii, Miss. T fl I 5 'Jb2ksOn, lNIiss. l wif. Jackson Bliss. Businers fi'f'j,.Z-:'f fir . . . . . fig,4-'f'ggi'I,0ll3JiSPCiHg,Q:,'ZL4iSS. Liberal Arn Q15 " 'L ' , ' 'ff ,X 31 . . . . 7 . Merngbjs, Te Buxinen Tj I WC ,Vu-,,"f' . . l ,lBekmont, Miss, Buxinen If X lj? " f . .... . A fmefigpid, Massl Pharmacy ,yn-Q f ,,-'I T . . . . . Queens Yillilge,'riN. Y. Liberal Ari: ll Q75 ,V - a I- f . . . . . Men , Nliss. Engineering ,ik gif . . . . QQz,khweff,HQ1VIissg Businesr l ll f'-i Liberal Ain l Libeial :fini ff!-' . az lp1I'ia,.5Mfss. I , li l ing Pa' ll O uxfubxls 'Miss. Busmexs if, J " 1 ' , NORMAN DUBERSTEIN . ,. . . Q, ',L5','lf,,,M H SgIqf, gN, J. Liberal Arlsxxyj-,cf-If.15,f, 2.,i5f?'.ii: J DEXTER DUNAVANT, E N lib, , ,Q,,?fj.55.f.i,., , 'Ejjq QC,fMi5S, i eral Ari: " -' Q - . --.I 3 f"'S14 if . " ' 'Eff , DAVID DUNAVANT, E N ., , ..... ,L . nl0I0C, MISS- "'rf,' ,., iberalflrtx C' ,, 1 l A5 ffff' LZ- "I ' , MARGARET DUNLAP . . . .,31:, gg IAN. i3,g'g,Oxf0rd, MISS, 4- 5' ' ff -T eral Ari: ' 1',fg'Z7f,,' FRANK DUNN . . . VJ .... f J iZf5,2gJaCk50n, Miss, ' X iberalflrtx 5' U , ' LUCY XVEBB EASON-Eg 1'g,,s,:,,,A,T-kjqj, , , A, NE,v5g.AIban,., Miss. ' ' ' f I eral Arr: rm , BERNARD ,-. . , ,, , M Iuka MQW I M AHS -,K W ,V-i ii , VIRGINIA ESCH ' lfq. fa" . Memphis, Tenn. Liberal Arts MEEK ESTES Business Bufiness ,LKNER . . 1255 ATH ERSTON E, A l Ari: lf' , il I I I5 ,f-LC 'Eff . Tie Plant, Miss. . VVinOna, Miss. . Oxford, Miss. Indianola, Miss. l89fl 1939 LEM SS FIQESHMAN ASS lxl.-XRYITERRELL . . . . . . . . EMMANLIEI. A. FORARIs . . . OLIVER DLTANE FORMAN, slr A 9 VIRGINIA FRANKLIN ..... CARLEION FREEMAN, A T A . j. M, FRIED, JR., 112 E II . . PEIILLIP FRYE . . NZJRMA Qi.-XLE . . . VIRGINIA GANOUNG . , . BESSIE GARDNER . . . . . Oxford, Miss. Liberal Arts . . . . .HattiesbuIg, Miss. Business . Natchez, Miss. Liberal Arts . . . . . . Oxford, Miss. Liberal Arts Liberal A rts . Union, Miss. . Vicksburg, Miss. Business . . . Forrest City, Ark. Business . . . . Gary, Busmes Ind. . . . . .Buffalo,N.X. Edufation . . . . Silver City, Miss. Business - A -5 . . . SUSIM.-XE GARNER .... ..,.. . . Tunica, Miss. lf Liberal Arts V N .-L1 ' . X IRCINI.-X RUTH GARRETI' . . . . . . Dundee, Miss. ,tg 4, Education l'I.-XROLD XV. G VIQQQR, E ..... . Pascagoula, Miss. 7 Liberal Arts Q BT' FREDERICK GEI1' 6 . . . lwi gf a VICTOR PA'I'RIcR'G ENG ,-A ....... ,. JOE GlLBER'l', K E .-N. . . . . . .Delair,N. Liberal A rts . . Oxford, Miss. Engineering . . . . .BOOneville, Miss. A ENS Pharmacy F GEORGE E. GII.I.EsPIE, A All A-:,:A .... . . Jackson, Miss. ffllfflliberal Arts HERSIIEL GlLl.EX' .,... ffife.,f, . . . . . Corinth, Miss. MAX bOLDE3lgR.,N,s,i,L? In . . . ,YJ . . . . Laurel, Mlss. "li, ifxfs iberal Arts JAMES E. .3 .... . . Oxford, Miss. ' krs-'rig T12 W: . liberal Arts s.,Qi.f,X . NED GO1'1'HELECi'sEsi .' .H ..... . . Vicksburg, Miss. 1 ff' Liberal Arts DALLAS 9.nAisfr'1,rAiviv.i'25' ...... . Gatesville, Miss. xg Qs Business lViARY MLgRG5IISE?g2',GRAss .... . Friars Point, Miss. 'AL Liberal Arts XVll.?xQ,lVl GREGORY, Z2 X. N. ..... . . Tupelo, Miss. ,fffis,,Q ,' L' 'sir'-Liberal Arts ERWK3E1i'ToXN-522. . .fri -fg-K .... . Oxford, Miss. Aj, is I 1 Y , 1fBusiness I?IrEs HAIXQNQVTNX . . . ' . V. . Tupelo, Miss. 'VX 91-2 5 A - -' V ucation 'AAR FELVITCI 'HALLKXX S2 . .S .... . Tunica, Miss. . -I ' 57:1 ,, Vx ' LW -1 f 'E' 'X ,Q ,:LIberal Arts sv ,X-Q! - -N W. C. A. ROBERT LEl'S'I'l,4Mllifl'0N,k-A T A .... . Port Gibson, Miss. ,Q Il Liberal Arts Jos . .Q ,iixf-. . . . .Gulfport, Miss. fr Liberal Arts MERLE Igi1?a5,5qIjs1g! spy . H .Wg ii. . . Garden Grove, Calif , gf: N duration l:lI,l. H.AQ!egEQLBjQg23i-.,iSiE ., . . , . Memphis, Tenn. ' -A37 AQ A fi-Q, V usiness L. R. HA'RiSig,, JRR, if . Q. . . . Belmont, Miss. A . - '. if 'S' .Enginegf g , I ,l XX M ,V W . . ALDA L0 Ili IiAvsl,f.45.,,sx,c.. 51 . . . . .Little Rock, Ark. I ef Lf. 'YIAI - MARY KA sxI:IE.AI2,lnl . f . . . . . Oxford, Miss. ., ,I ,Y .X 5,1 N is h DOLORES HEL .L 1. . . . Oxford, Miss. A I . , .... . Libtidgiigfsiiti' - N., I X I rcs' TS' 'Lf 's ss. ROBERT HI-IYERx"A'1 . ' . '. V- . . . F.. . ' h Miss kj B.. J -,G A I y , . iimg-f Iliff!! xv X' , ' Q 9 , RODERI' HICREY . 5. fl . . .Qx , Miss. K , H Eng: terilfg ' Lit-Ear l jAMEs T. HILL . . A. I., . litlx BEVERLYHOBBS . . .fi..,f' . I HARRX O HOFFMAN l90l He..-'s Ns Y W ..--r f I . ' fi 1139 575. ' ' If -fi - " figs '-QQ "f2f'?9+g Gil fs Tv Miss . 1. 4' u A f -- - I A WJIQQ. X:f,,,f:"fEz. 1 ' , . ,I . . . 'I :Ts '.1,'f-iss? V. e 5' iss. Liberad K jf X ? T' 'T X f' I M Engm Jie! j ities rg sky, j J Er 4 ' mil 42 Nw YN' XXQW Hx X if X0 .sf N ,gm .wslfll A ,fv- wvv '4-ski t .Q - Q v I lg X- r 4' , I AN ,, RL, TN l ' J lr ' i' A Q 2 .fl Ui ,A f Xf' -I 2, lfqiiui, ' 1 f A ,- X.. . -R jj?-3 rf X M. N ij, 4 ' N 1 A .., 4-2-.1 I ,', 1 .s 3 I s . sw if J Ii . . W' 1 ix"'i'1"A517"-'- X . .. J X av. mx' ' ff,'iY1?L'-.' Wir" . r' if " 'A '- did "'V l in 'xx if A N 5 3 Ti! SPI-SFQ '- . S' s E s 'g7n"x-'I H- :IK-,-'fx -. '-v.- .,.. I, l N. 3 I-'EW '-'FL K .L T 3' 2 " 5 , , , IWC All"3-'i"i5i.'iIf'.-'i' 5 X 'll 4 f w 13' 'fffi .Q Q? . g 1 ' I J 2 Us 1if?'ffi'.l: T212 Yff41iL':.' " 'Q1:gQQ,-E.:-2.12. sl: z',:.,5.3,i1f,g,,.gfii.. K 1- la ' f--15: e- 'oh ' ' A 1 '-S.:,y,:. 1 J: I - . A FIQESHMAN ASS JOE JIM HOGAN, A T SZ MARSHALI. HOLIIEX' . THOMAS W. HOLMES . DAVID HOLMES, E A E MARX' DEAN HOLMES . N. B. HOOKER, 41 A 6 . ELIZABETH HORNE, A Z JOHN A. HOVIOUS . . l'1UEY,H.0VVER'l'ON, A Sl' . HANS HUELSTER . . lVlAR'l'HA HUMPHRIES . WILLIAM HUNT . ARTHUR HYVARI . . . JOSEPH INGHAM, fb K X11 GOLDIE ISAACSON . W. R. JACKSON . JESSE JAGGERS . BRENT JANES . . . BILLY JEPSEN, K E . BURDETTE JOHNSON . . WALTER JOHNSON, K Z ROBERT E, JONES . LENA JONES . COLIN R. JONES . JANE KEEL .... LEONARD KLINE, fb E II LOUISE KISNER . IRIS KLEBAN .... HENRY' JACKSON KORNEGAY', JR., LAVONIA LANTRIP . ROGER LANDRUM . WINONA LATIMER . WILLIAM LENGOUIST ROY BUSH LEVER VIRGINIA LITTLE EDWARD LOCK ETH LUNA NCEFORLJ K 2 . .44 I Xxxixzx Engineering Bharinaey ' Liberal Am' Liberal-Arls I Buxinexs Busxnesx Education Buxinen .Liberal A rits 0 Liberal fim- . Oxford, Miss . Brxoneville, Miss. . . VVinOna, Miss . Meridian, Miss . . Banks, Miss . Lexington, Mi.s . Gulfport, Miss . Vicksburg, Miss . Oxford, MI.-s . St. Albans, N, Y . ..... Olive Branch, Miss Liberal Arlx nfl, .V O . . . . . Qiflifl .SatzII'tiz1, Miss Liberal Ar Gi lrfilkf . . . ... if 'L LOS Angeles, Calif Liberal Ar J-'max A I b n N J . . . . . fu , . . uiu O . Liberal Am l V ' . . . . .l,.Uf. .cl Iigdale, MISS Businerx L l"l I .... . . Klllilaerty, Miss LIbemlAr1: JI ,I Lib. IA I. . . Tull' Pontotoc, Miss 10,1 I. mi .7 i. .,,. Jag-kSOIQSgVIiSS Business . -.-- .IIPiRhIa'zf:2E1S1is Liberal Arts ,I ' 'W 'Ii . . . . . . . iigki'-..ve li Iliff 614 45 , ll. Liberal Ar!! ' If 1 .I . . . . . . .lf . f Il, JackSOII,l1'fVlIs.,y. Business 5 'sly Q ' - - - - - - 'pKfQfdJ':ZM1?5fg Businesx . . . . . . . OaklfiIIegg,GFen21.,,I Liberal Art! ll' N" ,ff'i'J"-,L-1,' . . . . .Pass Chrig II, MiS5S,,j'-' Buxinexx 5:6-55 su . ix:-.ji . . . . . . D,1Il'ffllIlg,IMliS.'.1,'- Burinesr . . . . . . , 5' 'guillak Liberal Arts lg i "" , l . . . . . . A ipucei Milsi Burinexs if il? 'L F' . . . . . . QQNS ,tQ Ointl Miss. LiberalAm fly, 33,55 A K E 5. .J ,ij Miss. Buxiness . . .-145521121"1-213'-3J - Miss. Liberal AH157' 7: " 'ggi' ,fff-eff . . . 7r1..:.1.1. . SClLlSliO, MISS. 'Arts ,. .., A 5 P ' B , , ...QS lumen gr' T Artfl , Liberal A rl: Liberal Arts Edurarian , A rn f Buxiness I 3 'gffgg "Z - zlfwfzf . . . 'I Biloxi, MISS 77236 I I If' T' f ' 6522 . iff! X . , Rockford, Ill. 2' f M1515 f wif, Macon, Miss. ,xg I f5.i,fIsIythfviIIe, Ark. A . MQ.-idznn, MDS. . . XVal::ut, Miss. . Slate Springs, MISS. . Grenada, Miss. . Jackson, 1 l9lI Miss. 1939 LEM SS 1939 OLE,,M ss FIQESHMAN CHARLES NI.-XRTIN . . BERNARD BIARTIN, K E . . HENRY G. BI.-XXXYELL, II K A GEORGE MAYNARO, sb A 9 . LEE R. LIEYER, if E II . AVILL.-XRD NIILLS . . . BARBARA lf.-XTHALEIEN MILLS . RUTHE BIINOR, A A A . FRANCES ADELLE NIOXROE . JACK NIONTCOMERY . . . . Engineering Busineu I Libenil Arts. Burinexx Liberal A rt: l Iiibeial rti i Lilreral A its i Buxineu Buxinesx 5. . . Yin? Businexs Y' GEORGE BIONTGOMERY, .. A NIINOR MORGAN, H K . E 719 isis -..A CLARENCE MO A A11 . ll-Lilil U g l GENE MORSE, K E i-12, . ilfia GLAOSTONE lVIOR'lilMER,lfI A ,. E? llfbffmzlifil ' ' 'aulfnflf 'LiIiemi AIT. ' bufiwl ' Liberal Arls I-',-, lYIAT'I' MOSBY, E A E . .A:'s,A, . . . Business NIORRIS ROB N ,S B 9 ..... , A' Liberal Art: ' 'I VIOLET lVIUIg'IiN'rfI,ii II: M 's , , v. CA , f-1 ur ,.:- ,- ' ' 'N- ASS . XVaterbury, Conn. . Dundee, Miss. . Shubuta, Miss. . . Tupelo, Miss. . Meridian, Miss. . . Lucedale, Miss. . . Oxford, Miss. . Paulette, Mis. . Batesville, Miss. - Davenport, Iowa . Yazoo City, Miss. . Greenwood, Miss. . Kosciusko, Miss. . Jackson, Miss. . . Belzoni, Miss. . Indianola, Miss. . Abbeville, Miss. . Red Oak, Iowa 539 K! l Arts. EUGENE ., Lb. . . . Long Beach, Miss. sox if 'i A i eral rt: BOE lN1C.1XRTQ:p1iE,Zf, QQ ....... . .Marks, Miss. bfjfff' if ,--X Engineering N. ,Q 1. -: . DAN NIQQALEEQIQ. . ,fgrep . Eg . . . Memphis, Tenn. Q N ' ,' s!L.iff-.ss ' ,I ,mg XIEL, uratron TED Iyixcriitggfgi . . ..... . .OxforCl, Miss. jun CE-s,Lxberal Arts L'?f"SMCQQ15arS1LL - -sf ARB. . Water Valley, Miss. 1, Q, 1 xx-,T N' usineu LkJ CHLIN, JIXK .... . . Gulfport, Miss. L. -,jst N ' ' lyx ,I iiiil Engineering gl I, - ,' Baridg Mississippians. ',. .,, ,Q.,,., 1, , is . ou MCLEAQ, ASI' . Y .... . . Banks Miss. f-lf 5 N Q " Buxinesx i , ,I 'I 757' U l .l- B- NAL'C?l:iQLfgXBlE - - - . YVest Point, MISS. 5 Y -1 ' , .. fines! . , . gy. is-I . . . . . Banks, Miss. fix I I 1-.PQ-fQiberfiIAr1s ESIA if , arf: Q --,QI .... . . Oxford, Miss. XLS l 'Lf5eral Ar!! STELLA EYLXINE Kiiiso ,Q .'l'i'g.'l is . . . Oxford Miss. I MI I -' .K - ':'4"Li5ei4XL rt: ' I .. XV N. ' BEN NEI' RS . I . . . Bogalusa, La. J I f' ' 'I H ' ' .N , 4. 1, I N, .,l5f4f1 Ni.-XRY JA. u"EisjsdInIl,xX.f HL -, . . . Jackson, Miss. A li-'sf ss-ss. ' - 'TX ETIIEL NIC L AXIV,A t . T. am, Miss- IQ U, B'usg,,'W.,.,.L1 ,Via J X ,N JACR NICIIOI.s . . J., .1-. M , E" X .1 . . etha lo, Miss. V V ,fx ,I , B ilu, ixs Ry. ..,4 AKILLI.-XM NOEL, lx E5 . . . , J ,g,5,1.,x K, ,,?,.. on Miss. JI , BW"- ' A A il D. A. NOEL, GIA A 9 . . ,ll few ,' iss. X fi 8 4 3 r I l ix! 1 lf GRIFFIN NORQUIST, E I 92 1 . . 11 'zoisf If' ' If Isis E' .. ,M A Q KX it xx 9953 gs: X ,R-15 ay Xffjg wx. Q xv K' A -'52 ' Y l Q , 1 LT. Y f Y' N .1 Y, '--- ..-In ,,-A N, ,f , , . xf . .Km QA A, ' X.. I,,I 3 ,,'. .Q ,I 'Ax'E,a.-,-.' ,, EI. bs. J: Q ' I E I-I'-I A ig ' sis is xi, ,AA ..'-,-'Q ,A,,..,.,,b.. ., ,. , ,N A ., B ,A-A,,. . I-"5 '-.ij ,IE Q -'.','L,,' ' qs .-.t-'- ,A..' '. A. 1- A 'ess 'Sa 1522- .6 I, ., , Q32' I " 5 137' J S f A I- ' ,.,,'., jg .-,.- '17 A 'Ap' A .1 .,-,vi-.-j.s' i- M.:-f.'.?'I'-I:EFT 1"-:I:z.? I 1' ll l U .','1j, . ,-,, ".fi.1.' '.Q-Ajgfq' .fig-.31 ff' Q .fa -, --1-,-,.,:,,-5, -'55,-.-',,.5-.,.. fe ' -.-.. 'Q .31 'P?i:,':3:'--,:.',zui-2,.Lib f3ii'f-'-73 7QRl?545Y'2fZ5'35-fi' "-'-waz,-".' . I.-.iw-.'. I-I . --se Eggs.. gt F A -. my. ,15f,Q,.-, '4:.1.'-.1:1.1'X' 5. .1 I9 --An A1 -Lx- I S 3 in 0 IQESHMAN EILEEN DOROTHY O'NEiL . , BILLIE ORR . . BENJAMIN OVVEN . . OVVEN PALMER, A K E DALTON PARKER . MARTHA PATE . MARTJEAN PATE . ERNEST PENN . PETE PERKINS . . . HAZEL PICFORD, A A A JOHN PIVARNIK . . RICHARD PRENDERGAST, 41 K sl' BERT QUIGLEY, II K A A ARCHTE QUINN, 2 X . VERA NELLE RANKTN . EDWARD RAPPAPORT, fir E PAUL RAY . . . DOROTHY REEVE . . . S. HERBERT RETNHEIMER ALELLA REYNOLDS, 112 M Liberal A rts ' 'Liberal Air. l Liberal. Aris l Liberal Arts l.iberaliArls 'L,bLfm1' A fit Business Business Business i..bQm1'A rls Education , .1 Liberal A rls Business D Liberal A its H . . . . . Business . l Liberal Aim l l Liberal Arts Liberal A rtfti Engineering Liberal fins G. MARK RICHARDSON, JR., K A . . . Pharmaiy HUGH DOUGLAS RIDDELL, slr A 9 . . . PAUL Rix . . WILLIAM ROANE . . . Liberal Arts - . Liberal A-rt: . . . . . ASS ' f . . Gulfport, Miss. . Memphis, Tenn . Columbus, Miss. . . Gulfport, Miss . Lucedale, Miss . Senatobia, Miss . Senatobia, Miss . Grenada, Miss . . Oxford, Miss. . Meridian, Miss. Bridgeport, Conn. Valley Stream, N. Y. . Qulfport, Miss. . Grebnivoocl, Miss. . Tupelo, Miss. .,Clarksdale, Miss. . 4. Coiiprhfiiiaiss. Miss. if . New York, Y, .'GreenVille, Miss. ' . .MacOn,iMiss. ' .Y Swiftukih, Miss. VVis. - rf 4 455 f Y iigiigiifii f iz 52 A4454 1 ff, fsyf . Miss. Liberal Ari gi. V , 55552559 4 - ' GEORGE ROBERTS, fb lx X11 . .... . 2:12 'QgIT5VV0Qd, Miss. Liberal Arts ' MARIE RoEisON . ..... A, .fi .3,,,, xford, Miss. Business ' fl' 5' DAN ROGERS ..... . . . . . . . 2 s,.Miss. Pharmacy f cw I by i A. GEORGE WARREN ROsEMAN,,1I K A . . . phis, Tenn. ' ,f"'f ,V Engineering 5 , MARX' HELEN ROWE, Aff . . . gilffffiitxsiiler, Miss. ,Liberal A rls joHNsTON Rows, A TAXRQLR . Q .... 1 . . .ZfifVinona, Miss. If . Liberal' A rts 49 .SIDNEY ROTH . if . Q. . . . V ."'BrOOklyn, N. X. , , " f Business ' ,J - , "5 "i..,. I, ,Q 1 u X MARGARET RLJsSE1,,l. . i,!f."'-,K .j. . L4 .'-Redwood, Miss. if jj 252' 3-7 Business i 'IWHELEN RUSSELL . . . . . . . . Tunica, Miss. ,Zfff'41f f5,, , ,J fy XX Liberalfirls gf QULDUTSZSAINES ' . . . . . Vicksburg, Miss. ,'?,W4L,i Liberal Arts xx . . . . . Vicksburg, Miss. iigrgngineering ' ' . ' , fijil . S. SAVAGE, 'IJ K sl' ,f 5:1 i. . . . . Ackerman, Miss. X ii :f,,'L beral Arts f . T A X l jiffilil X In i l l X l O -. 42221 W 4 ' ,ff-':l"'.f 5 .. ..,.... I P ,ff ff' f ' l93J f V, 5 6 wg! fi I V" f" f f ,',: f ff! ' f ff ' ,f If L iff f ,gf X 1 ?'5f2pbA. f by ff 1939 EM SS I t 939 LE,.M SS .Rx P n I I l l DORIS SEAT, X Q . ..... . Jackson, Tenn. Liberal Arif EVLYN SHANNON . . . . . . . Lake Cormorant, Miss. Liberal Arts ROBERT SHARP, fb A 9 . ..... . . Grenada, Miss. Liberal Arts ALICE SHARPE, X Q . . . . .... . . Corinth, Miss. Liberal Arls l ANNA BROOKE SHAW, A Z ...... . . Oxford, Miss. 1 Liberal Arts BRYSON SHIRLEY, K E . .... . . Baldwyn, Miss. Q Liberal Arts J. C. SHIRLEY, E N . .... . . Quitman, Miss. Liberal Arts ' OLETA SHOWS . ...... . . Soso, Miss. Liberal Arls NORMA SHUEORO .... , .N ..... . Batesville, Miss. Liberal Arts iii WALLACE SHUTTLEVVORTH, A . .... . . Indianola, Miss. Liberal Arts LOUIS SILVER . . in .... . . . Rolling Fork, Miss. X, 'i Liberal Arts HARRY SIMPSON, ', .S . . . . . Lake Cormorant, Miss. iii' .ir Business f I 1 MILDRED SIMS . . . . . . . Oxford, Miss. Business S SAM SMITH, 2 A E . F. 5 ..... . Louise, Miss. . Business si . M C. A. PAT SMITH .F .,,, . . . 2 K. . . . . . . New Orleans, La. Ls. . Business JOHN PAUL SNQED A T A K Cold Water Miss ,.jI'i', L... .. , '. ., xl I' ,IJ .Ei ,, f 5 - Business MARY LOUISE . . .Oxf0fd, Miss. , WIQQ fig. Music JACK S'I'ACY,kK17i.5f'9,' . ..... . . Tupelo, Miss. ,1 ' V :V ' Liberal Arts 4: +4315 ' h ' KATHERlN,EI-,SEEGER . X.. ..... . .WoOdvIlle, Miss. ff ESQ Q '..i . x Business JOHN: S'rEPL1.iiIss0N . .... . Jackson, Miss. " ,ij . V XS' Business Fingers s1IsvIsns',"1c A . S . . . . . . Jackson, Miss. Q f lvl I Liberal Arts ' R E- e Airs Q x JACK STOIGERE J. . . . . . . .Davenport, Iowa A' ' i Liberal Arts HAQRY STONE, K A . . .gjmi . . . . . Columbus, Miss. .I I ' . Pharmacy , , I x . S' WILLIAM SIQREY JI . . A . . . . . Brandon, Miss. 'O I:-e Y 'I Business -I Y- I ex- L'-'1 A-QT, ,II if H x 1 , HENRY STE-I1iTO5I,r41 6 .E IM, X. . . Memphis, Tenn. V ll 1, fBusiness HUGH STUAREI' .-,,. SP3 f. . 'I' ,. , l .... . . Savage, Miss. lk flgj-.Ai-'i'i. X., 3 .K ILib4'ml Arls C. P. SVVINNEY ii .f ,. IL' ."- .TTI . . . Laurel, Miss. I 1 : f . Busfrlyys l'ELlX 'IANNBR gf' . .,I,Xg:E, :I 14 Q I . . . Covington, Tenn. I I I. '1' .LIL-ral VVILLIAMKI 'I A E .X . ,. ..... Brooksville, Miss. I N II -IIKYBIQQPA ,,.i"N A I 4 Q I 'fl I 'Sr NI . MAGGIE SIIER ,NIJ I9,I:A ., is 54. . . omo, Miss. .- I 'WI ' 1' 1 i eral WM, ,-. " , , Ie , 'xkf J ' 4 X . , . , , ,pr . . JLANNE 'IIIAICHER ., V .LIAMZAQU , xigi' , wfgf, U, Ind, NIARTIIA F. TIIOMASI . . ,A gh sg3w 3f-Q,FAYTf9T!SXMlSS- l l ll L'l7""' A .f JAMEs TIIOMAsON, 23 ,N ,. J. . . QI fijlSicf29'.f . I'Q1:1rlestbti, Miss. SAMUEI MAXIE TIIO'vi,Asl JR lf i.L'lf'IX,kA1I4.11Jk 1" J' ij . . , sox, . . ...,,J.,a.K,,,,g, Ag, , ap Jiiscv, J I, A,-- Busin I K. 'N V, Q Ji, 5 ,h -r r ,I s. .Lf V ?I',xXXW I. 3 I in ,A ,Tlx 1. xr 1 II. .mi II .""I'.-. , x-,M I ' '-, II' 'K .I YV XF .. V. xXj,f"?rI A, JW I dy. x, ,fy V N 2 ' if Q .V .w.sesIwm new sw .fwsfsfs .seI. .VXIWV vI4,,-NI I ,',.:--x.- Q N Q 'rw it .- l94'l ,I ' X - R A O ,:?:.,IIi,..,I15'T 'g.,3,1Ijjj?.Q3-Iglsx 4-3 . I Q Q In ,-2.91. -I " I 239,-.-,ag 4,FI-Jwgf-,-fig-gglmx.I .aa ' g I,:--,z-I 1 .' ,,1f1'f X H-' . lg I eEI1fg.6g'."jf,-g ':?',-if-ff",T-1 '.'.1jIf4IX'1'l-ileg-1'-II-j-- ' ' K ,-.I',- - A , ,. I IQESHMAN ASS BARBARA THORNTON . .... . Llbrlldl Ili!! BARBARA TINSLEX' . . . . . Liberalfirls ALEX TOUCHSTONE, K A ...... Liberal A rls FARAR TRULY . . . . . Business JOHN ASA TUCKER . . . . Business JOE TURNER, AXP . .... Business BURRELL TU'I'0R . . . . . Pharmacy CHARLES UPSHUR . .... . Liberal Arts BROOKS VANCE, K E . .... . Liberal Arts LOUISE VXNES . . . . . LiberalArts ROBERT WAHL . ..... g Liberal A113 if DOROTHH' WAIT . . . . . Liberal Arts .SAMWALRER,KA.. Liberal Arts VVILLIAM VVALKER, A T A ...... Liberal A rts HENRY EVELYN VVALL . . . . . I.ibemlArts THOMAS VVARING, K A ....... Engineering EDWIN VVASSERMAN, CD E II . . . . Business GEORGE VVESTERN,1IFKXIf . . , . . . L1berulArts WILLIAM WIGGERS . . . . Business BILLIE WIGGINS . . . Business DOROTHY WILLIAMS . .... . Liberal Arls PATTTSUE WILLIAMS . . . . . Business COLLINS VVINDHAM . . . . . Business HUBERT WINSTEAD . . . . . Engineering BILL WITTY, fb A 9 ........ Business CANDLER WYISELOGLE, CID A 9 ..... Liberal A ns LYNETTE WOODS . . .... 3 ' , 'business RAYMOND WRENN . ,X . f . . . X , Liberal Arts JOHN WRIGHT, 111- KAI' . , '. . . '1'. . . Liberal Arts 5 ' 5 ' 'f X, .1 FIELDING WRIGHT , . .4 ,., '. f. 5 , if I, A: rylibnal Arts ,,,,1?A.UL WRIGHT .' ,,,fg'f '. I.. . . . . fff, gf " ff 'xx Engineering ' jf? Y '. 5 I 1 ALQWYLIE, A lx y .S . ,. . . . ' Wff V, YIM M2 Business I , 4' IRVTEY YAFFE . . . . . . IRI, J Vi" fr Affgjilqbcral Arts an HOEERT YQFJNG . . 1.3.2 . . . N, gh, ffgrtlgineenng frfffzef. 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' . , ou," , G, . g'fff1gfjOxfOrd, Miss. 5:12355 fwga fe! 6 Z Qgrjgterbury, Conn. 95' ff fi . . Cgiilllinun City, Miss. if . . .jkofiing Fork, Miss. . Gulfport, Miss. . Tupelo, Miss. . Clarksdale, Miss. . Port Huron, Mich. E951 3 Q Uh v-y 47 1 3 1939 LEM SS Entering its third year at the University of Missis- sippi, the Reserve Officers, Training Corps can look back at an enviable record. Each year, through the untiring efforts of the instructors and the unselfish interest of the entire corps of cadets, the unit has been fortunate enough to attain the record of honor rating, as is signi- fied by the blue star worn on their right sleeve. This year, due to the increasing number of previously trained men, the unit has reached the different stages of effi- ciency much sooner than before, and the caliber of work in the class room and on the drill field alike has been a matter of pride to the instructors. The semester opened with an increase in enrollment from one hundred eighty- five to two hundred thirty-six. For the first time, with the eligibility of the first fully enrolled class, the Fresh- man Class of two years ago, an advanced class is com- plete. The Junior and Senior Classes are chosen by the instructors from those cadets that have completed two years of military training, with the excellence of pre- vious work being the basis by which those who wish to apply for advance training are chosen. With this num- ber limited by the War Department, because of a lack of funds, competition for advanced training will be- come increasingly keen as the unit grows larger. Cadets not chosen may, however, by forfeiting the compensa- tion ordinarily given, and by purchasing their own uni- form, take the advanced course and receive a second lieutenant,s commission in the Reserve Officers' Corps, as do the cadets chosen. Cadets that apply for advanced training do so for two scholastic years, which includes six weeks of applied intensive training at a United States Reserve Officers' Training Camp. THE UNIVERSITY'S MILITARY DEPARTMENT ARMY UPFIIIEHS O N Professor of Military Science and Tactics is Major Charles S. Johnson, ably assisted by Major Hugh Evans. Major Johnson was transferred here from Fort Benning, Georgia, three years ago at the request of the University for a military unit. He is particularly quali- fied as P. M. S. and T., having had previous experience as a R. O. T. C. instructor. Major Evans, a native Mis- sissippian, is an outstanding weapons expert and instruc- tor, being the author of the machine gun section of the text previously used. The University has been fortunate in securing the services of two such fine and true gen- tlemen, and it is due largely to their untiring efforts that the unit has received an honor rating each year. In addition to the regular military instruction, Major Evans has organized an Ole Miss rifle team that now has become one of the athletic department's recognized minor sports, for which letters are given. With the or- ganization of a Freshman rifle team for the first time, MAJOR CHARLES S. JOHNSON THEMISSISSIPPICAMPUS the University is well represented along this line. A girls, rifle team and a faculty rifle and pistol club sup- plement the firing on the rifle range, which is located in the basement of Fulton Chapel. This year the team will fire two shoulder-to-shoulder matches with Mississippi State, one at each school, in addition to nation-wide competition with other schools by the postal method. Each year the military department gives a number of awards for outstanding service in the corps and on the rifle team, and these medals have been an added stimu- lus to the cadets in their desire for a well-rounded state of military efliciency. Sergeants Oscar Fagin and Ma- rius Marquis assist the instructors in administrative de- tails-care of the military property, instruction on the rifle range, and close order drill. This year, for the first time, the corps is organized into three companies instead of two, and by next year the military department hopes to add a training unit of the Air Corps Reserve here. MAJOR HUGH M. EVANS Commissioned officers for the year are: Cadet Ma- jor, Nlorgan Roseborough. Company Commanders- HAU Company, K. C. Leggett, "B" Company, Wallace P. Murphy, and "C" Company, James Ray Foster. The commanding officers have the privilege of selecting their unit's sponsor for the year and these sponsors are pre- sented to the corps at the Military Ball. This year priv- ileged to pass under the famed saber arch as sponsors are Rosebud Rowland, battalion sponsor, Brownie Bur- ton, "A" Company sponsor, Dorothy Reeves, "B" Com- pany sponsorg and Marguerite Smith, "Cn Company sponsor. Military is voluntary at Cle Miss and results in a fine morale and pride on the part of both the cadets and the student body, as well as a large allowance from the War Department in comparison with the number of Sophomores eligible for advanced training. With a view of furthering the aims of the military department here RICHARD WILKINSON on che campus, a club of all advanced course men has been organized. Plans are to draw from this organiza- tion a group to petition Scabbard and Blade, outstand- ing national honorary military fraternity. 'A' Baifalion Adiufanf 'A' IVEHSITY H. U.T. E. MORGAN ROSEBOROUGH, Cade? Major ROSEBUD ROWLAND, Battalion Sponsor 7',f'1 . BATTALIU STAFF University of Mississippi cadets are sent to Fort Mc- Clellan at Anniston, Alabama, for their six weelcs of summer camp. Last year, competing with fourteen Southern colleges and universities, each with a military department much older and more experienced than that of the University, Ole Miss won fourth place in com- petition for the Proficiency Cup awarded each year by the Fourth Corps Area Headquarters, despite the fact that there were only four cadets representing the Uni- versity. Extensive training and practice in all infantry phases, including actual firing of the different weapons, is given there to a degree unsurpassed except in the two service schools, West Point and Annapolis. This sum- mer, instead of four or six cadets to represent Ole Miss, there will be a full class of thirty advanced course stu- dents. The military department has continued to co- operate with University ofiicials and the athletic depart- ment in efficiently handling traflic at all campus football games, thus rendering an invaluable service to the Uni- versity. Campus interest in the military department has been proven by the large attendance at the annual mili- tary inspection in March and at the Graduation Parade in May. HY MARIUS MARQUIS Sergeant OSCAR FAGIN Sergeant Advanced Class ..-Lad, ..- lf991 1 'Mu Membeu B. A. ABSTON B. H. ALLEN GEORGE ANDERSON JACK BELL GEORGE BOYDSTON BOB BUSICK ARTH L'R CLARK JAMES COLEMAN ROBERT COOK JIM XVILLIAM COX CHARLES CRISLER XVARREN CRUZEN JOHN DODSON LESLIE DODSON ELON ELLIS XVAYNE ELLISON EDWARD PANT EUGENE FREEMAN VICTOR GENGE JOE GILBERT NED GOTTHELF T. G. GR.ANTH.fXBI TOM GREEN XVILLIAM GRIFFIN CHARLES H.-AIRSTOPI F. H. HAMILTON TOM HAMMOND T. G. HANEY LEE H.ARRIS XV. T. HOLLIS JESSE JAGGERS RANDALL JONES ROBERT JONES ROGER L.-XNDRUM RICHARD LORD DANIEL BICCALL TED INIICFADDEN GEORGE RIAHONEY SIMON TVIARKS KIORTON TNIAYO LEE MEYER VVILLARD TYIILLS JCLIAM AIOFFAT VVILLIAM NEELY BEN NEVERS JAMES NICHOLS GRIFFIN NORQUIST JOHN PARKER N.fATH.AN PETERS JOHN PIVARNIK ARTHUR PRINDLE PAUL RAY NICK ROBERTS NOCK RUSSELL DICK SHELTON YVILLIAM SHIPMAN CLIFTON SHIRLEY CHARLES TRAYLOR F. M. TRLTLY BROOKS VANCE CECIL VARNER SAM XV.-XLKER JOHN XVHITTINGTON ALLIE NVING 1 IIU I-KN BROWNIE BURTON Company Sponsor X K. C. LEGGETT I Company Commander J IIOOI 1 . a.L.,. .M ' Memdwn GRIFFIN ALFORD WILLIAM ALLEN V. G. ANDERSON LEXVIS BARKSDALE ROBERT BRADY VVALTER BRIDGFORTH T. C. BUFORD RICHARD CALLOWAY LESTER DANNENBERG A. L. DICKSON S. C. DOBBS H. C. DUKE CEDRIC FEIBLEMAN DONALD FEIBLEMAN S. H. FULLER RICHARD GEORGE REGINALD GRAY ROBERT HAMILTON HENRX' I'1.-XYNES IQENNETH HEARD ROBERT HICKEX' XVILLIAM HUNT CAROL JAGGERS PHILLIP KANTOR H. J. IQELLUM LEONARD IQLINE HENRY IQORNEGAY NV. D. LAMPARD J. L. LOTTERHOS S.-XXI RICCLATCHY JAMES RICICEE SAM RIARASCALCO RIARION RIELVIN CLARENCE RIORG.-KN BIATT MOSBY BOB MOSS XV. E. NOEL SEYMOLR ORENSTEIN B. L. OWEN RICHARD PRENDERGAST TIMS QUINN ROBERT REED DOUGLAS RIDDELL J. C. SHIRLEY L. R. SMITH SABI SMITH HUGH STEPHENS FRANCES STEVENS H. A. STONE XV. P. STOREY JXLEX TOLCHSTONE CHARLES UPSHLR ARLIS VANLANDINGH AM T. M. XV.-XRING Y. S. VVARREN JOE XVASHINGTON E. A. XV.-XTSON J. T. VVILKERSON CHARLES XVINDHAM XV. R. XVITTY ALTLS XVOODS AL XVYLIE EU AN DOROT'-IY REEVES Company Sponsor WALLACE P. MURPHY Company Commander ll0l1 4 V -IL Memdeu JESSE ADAMS L. B. :XGNEXV JAMES ALFORD JAMES AAKE DALE AUSTIN H. J. B.ARNES BILLY BRIDGFORTH CLEVE BURKS RALPH BURNS D. P. BUTLER XV. C. CHANDLER JOHN COATES CHESTER COCKRELL ROBERT CROCKETT CHARLES DALY AL FRED D.-ANIEL GEORGE DAVIS GEORGE DIETRICH STEELE DOLLAHITE XVILLIAM ECB.-XNKS ENIMANUEL FOKAKIS SID GILLESPIE W'ILLIS GLADDING M. L. GOLDEN JAMES GRAY JAMES HILL HARRY HOFFMAN NAT HOOKER ARTHUR HYVARI JOHN JOHNSON P. VV. JOHNSTON EDYVARD LOCKARD KENNETH LUNA GEORGE RIONTGOMERY RAY BIORPHIS EUGENE MORSE J. B. NALTGLE HARRX' NEBLETT FRED NELSON ALEX PAYNE HERBERT REINHEIMER GEORGE RICHARDSON VVILLIARI RO.-XNE G. C. ROBERTS G. C. ROBERTSON GEORGE ROBERTSON SIDNEY ROTH LOUIS SAINES JO SEDBERRY E. M. STEVENS HUGH STUART S. M. THORIASSON LOUIS TRANSOU VVESLEY TRAYER BURRELL TUTOR C. A. VVALKER T. K. VVILLIAMS H. H. YVINSTEAD CANDLER VVISELOGLE R. D. XVRENN HARVEY Y.AFFEE IIOZI MARGUERITE SMITH Company Sponsor JAMES RAY FOSTER Company Commander J ' 4 p R . v'. r"N 'Y Q53 I I A N xi l , f ' x "L.i I A 4.--I ' 1 'o ARI! ' - ggi' .A , f X F -w,'. 4 I 13 .,, A , . A A ' -2 A X-'w.', f" f.Mif " R "W" .ut -n1- ' 4 ,. n m nm., . , ...-4' 1' f P'.! . - 2 J PGH : o A V S 3 4 a ' I , J 5? f Q gl , ,V fe ' igfjuii' 1" gg' v' . Nfl 1.,Qff.:'fe-. 4 .-7, I J A . 1,3 . H ,G ' 3 I f 'r .lf wig' I v . :W ' 5- ' f uqO-I eff!-' 'rip' A J - S' . :' .Q VO, .cj C V 2' I HALL U O BE selected for membership in the Hall of Fame is considered the highest undergraduate honor that can be paid to a member of the Ole Miss Student Body. Free from political encroachments, this honor stamps its recipient as a student who has done something of outstanding value for Ole Miss. The selection is sponsored annually by the Mississippian, which conducts it in the following way: A central com- mittee composed of three faculty members and three students is selected. This committee selects in secrecy a committee of twenty-live students who, in turn, vote for members of the Hall of Fame. Faculty members of the central 1939 Hall of Fame committee were Chancellor Alfred B. Butts, R. Mal- isiissippi P F f-X colm Guess, Dean of Men: and Miss Estella G. I-lefley, Dean of Vifomen. Student members were Kenneth Crosby, Billy Gates, and Billy Mounger, all members of the 1938 Hall of Fame. Selected for membership in the 1939 Hall of Fame are J. Kimble Bradley, Captain of the 1938 Football Team: Williani Coleman Branton, Editor of the 1938-'39 Mis- sissippi Law Journalg Elliott R. Danzig, President of the 1938339 Student Body: Parker Hall, 1938 All-Ameri- can Halfbackg Fred Shaw, Editor of the 1938-'39 Mis- sissippiang Erskine Wells, President of the 1938-'39 Y. M. C. A., and Bess Wood, Miss Ole Miss for 1938-'39, Each of these seven students has sho-.-fn by his record that he is a worthy recipient ot Ole Miss's most coveted honor, Hall of Fame. Danzig, Wells, Bradley, Wood, Shaw, Hall, Branton The administration of Elliott Danzig as president of the Associated Student Body will be remembered as a session crowded with activity and its many innovations. Paramount among the accomplishments of President Danzig and his able Executive Council were the organi- zation of a co-operative book exchange and the realiza- tion of a "dry night club" on the campus-two ideals that have served as goals for several former ASB heads. Improved laundry service, an extension in the use of automobiles, a slight revision in the cut system-all have been accomplished the past session. In addition were the usual run of pep rallies-proba- bly more spirited than in the past five years-a gala special to Nashville and Vanderbilt, holidays for the ELLIOTT R DANZIG MACK T BLACKWOOD BESS WOOD TOM GARDNER President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Yelverfon Bonney Evans Wander McCracken McDonald Blackwood, Danzig, Wood, Speer, Prospere, Rose- borough Brenton Gardner, Shaw 5 . W.. 4 I , 44 ,, 5 I two Memphis games-on the whole, a year chock full of activity. Other officers of the Associated Student Body for the session were: Mack T. Blackwood, vice-president, Bess Wood, secretary, and Tom Gardner, treasurer. Members of the Executive Council were: Mariette McDonald, Woman's Student Government, Morgan Roseborough, Band, V. Walser Prospere, "MH Club, Fred Shaw, The Mississippian, john Evans, the OLE MISS, Edith Wander, College of Liberal Arts, Creath Spear, School of Commerce, Coleman Branton, School of Law, Jack Bonney, School of Medicine, Verdell Yel- verton, School of Pharmacy, Ernest McCracken, School of Engineering. GUVE STUDENT GOVERNMENT FOR WOMEN EXECUTIVE COUNCIL! Mariette McDonald, President, Katherine Clark, First Vice-President, Marguerite Free- man, Second Vice-Presiclentg Virginia Thigpen, Secretary, Ruth Ervin, Treasurer. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL: Annette Lowe, Louise Lindsey, Helen Lum, Frances Belcher, Marguerite Smith, LuLee Banks, Frances Fant, Helen Sexton, Bae Kramer, Dot Mc- Carthy, Edith Wander, Norvell Cox. The Student Government Association of Women is av" fin ce y MARIETTE MCDONALD President of Student Government for Women N a cooperative form of student government. The admin- istration has granted the student government the power to control all matters of conduct for women students. The Executive Council is elected by a student vote, and laws are changed by student petition to the administra- tion. The Council is a member of the National Intercol- legiate Association of Women Students and will be host to the Mississippi Intercollegiate Association of Student Governments in 1939. Clark, Ervin, McDonald, Freeman, Thigpen ,2 I I I I I ll I 'I I MA T EBEL sr . 9-cf' A-gi 'ii-: 4, I A . :F .R 'S A W 5 X wwf? 2 fpfxii in .il EDDIE MACK MORGAN DAVE WETTLIN JOHN KUYKENDALL Business Manager Edffor Business Manager The Rebel, Ole Miss humor magazine, is a new publication on the campus. Ir is a monthly issue which furnishes an outlet for much literary talent. Its combination of pictures and stories includes many interesting details about life at Ole Miss. The Rebel Staff EDITORIAL STAFF DAVE XVE'l'I'I.IN, jk. . . Editor-in-Clzirf REGIN.Xl,ll GRAY . . . Jssistant Editor HL'BERTS BARNEIWII , . . .lssistzzrzt Editor HAROLD G0'I'lIlliI.l4 '.... Pliotograplzir Editor TOM H.XMMONIJ . . .lssislanlPhol0grapl1icEdilor AI. lj.-XNIEI ..... 'lssistant Photographic Editor BILLY QEATES . ...... Sports Editor Bo lN'1ELX'IN . . I-lssistanl Sports Editor BILLY Hix . . . ...,. Alrt Editor JOHNNY jouxsox . . .lrsirtazzt Jr! Editor BILLY DUNN ....... 'lsristant .wlrt Editor Contributors JOHN BLIRRUS, ETHEL PRICE, DUANE FORMAN, MARGARET McCoy. XYVALSER PROSPERE, BETTY lVlCCABE, JOE NTCCARTY. POOCHIE SUNINIERS, ANN FERRIS, HAROLD BROWNSTEIN. HELEN SEXTON. lVlARY FRANCES ROE, HAROLD BURSON, ANN FEATHERSTONE, CHARLES HIRSCH, EDITH XVINN. MARY POTTER. RUTHE MINOR BUSINESS STAFF Businrss Rlanagvrs JOHN KUYKENDALL, JR. EDDIE DTACK MORGAN .Jssistants BEN IAD.-RMS, XVAYNE ELLISON, NED GOTTHELF. WVALTER JOHNSON, RED TR.AX'I.OR. GEORGE FURR, XVALTER BULLOCK, CLYDE HUGHES If'omr1I'.v Cirfulalion " '725L4,.3vn f s'af:v-.V I D.: C 1-If 'PY' ' 1 BETTY MCCABE BESS Wooo MARGARET MCCOY si fini 5 ,fy-ifg 1 I - ' ' ,.,g2N,3,'fg, , "uit 5 I A. V ., "F --ff " iyfs, if 8' A ' 's A A- 7- L . , ' i is J'K.' 25.5 'A Wx 1 I J 5 1 .,.- . UN ,NT- i The Law Journal Staff THE LAW JU AL The Mississippi Law Journal is the official publication of the Mississippi State Bar. It is published by the students of the University Law School, under the guidance of faculty advisers. The Journal, which is now in its eleventh year, is published five times yearly, and contains the following: Proceedings of the meetings of the State Bar, leading articles by prominent jurists of the state and nation, a section dedi- cated to current happenings in the State Bar, and notes and comments, pre- pared by the students of the law school, on various legal problems of interest to the Bench and Bar. STAFF VVILLIAM COLEMAN BRANTON . . . . . Editor-in-Clzirf GEORGE H. BUTLER .... . . . .Jssistanl Edilor FLETCHER F. VEAZEY . ...... Jssistant Edizor L. A. VVYATT . . . . Casz' and Comrnfnt Editor C. SIDNEY CARLTON . ..... Nole Editor ELLIOTT R. DANZIG . .... Business ill'1ll!ll1gi'I' DAN. H. SHELL . . ....,... . .-Isxistazzt Businfss Jllanagrr Faculty 1'1d'L'i5f'I'.S' JoHN VV. WVADE WVEX L. MALONE flssociatr' Editors ALEX GTLLTAM, JR. FRANCIS S. BOXVLING XVILLIAM H. FEDRIC VioLA LEE JAMES JOHN B. FARESE JOHN XVHITTEN 2 ,,,- 4 , . xt? Editorial Staff EDITORIAL STAFF Fun Straw ......... . ELMER HENRY . . HAROLD BLYRSON . BILLY Hix .,.. CARSON Ronuursox , TOM IIAMMOND . . . . Kxnnrrru II.txx'rON .... . iVlll,'l'ON Bl.OoM, GUY RANER . . BAE KRAMER ...... . IfIEi.EN Sisxiox . . SOCIETY ASSISTANTS . Editor-in-Cfiirf . Illanaying Editor . . Sports Editor . .-I5Ji5tant Editor . Nmcs Editor . . Photo Editor . Ffaturf Editor . . Copy R1'IIfI,I'I'5 . . Sorirty Editor Sprrial Ci0llfI'i,lIlflH' Virginia Thigpen, Sue Cannon, Carolyn Reed. FRED SHAW, Editor X -s l C if , ,I v THE WEEELY F12.-xTL'RE XVRHERS Katherine Clark, Knox Polk, Camille Summers, julian Moffat. Bill Gurney, Genevieve Long, Duane Forman. CO-EO RIEPORTERS Dorothy Falkner, Annette Featherstone, Eileen O'Neil, Grace Adams, ,lean Littlepage, Tat Smith, Mary .lane Newsom, Oleta Shows, Mary lN1argaret Grass, Anna Brooke Shaw, Frances Mon- roe, Norma Shuforcl, Voorhies Daniel, l.uCy XVebb Eason, Barbara Tinsley, Frances Thompson, Dorothy Reeves, Virgene Mize, Anna Ayres, Bess XVOod, Beverly iiohhs, Dorothy XVilliams, Ann Chase, Norvcll Cox. 3 E' Ri3i'oR'rizRs 'i Billy Tate, Richard Prencler- gust, Al I'retl Daniel, S. M. Thoinasson, lluey Ilowerton, D. 6 Q. ,151 Q x A. Noel, hlohn Burrus, .Iohnston Rowe, C. R. jones, lfugene Mur- plle-Y, Pete Perkins, Alark Stoker, Holi Logan, Owen l'alinm-r, jack Bt-ll, llerhert Rcinln'iim'r, Al- clron Davis, Arrliic Quinn, Rola- ut XX lhl, Ilarvey Yaffr, .lillllllj l"ric-tl, I.onis Silver, l.t'onard Kline, Charles llirsrh, llarolil BI'UXYll5iUill. ik I n Fil' . I 'Iii' ff. '1 311 h jj:-inf! " ZH f 37??f.1"4T': f A -.6?'pArfW' jg .41 Business Staff ISSIS BUSINESS STAFF RICHARD L. XVATSON . .... liusirzfxs .llamzgrr JOE Enmxs .... . .... .lsrixfzzrzt lizrrizzvrs ,llazmgfr HENRY IH.-XYNES, GEORGE Arkixsox jim VVILLIAM COX, Sm QIILLESPIE HARRY BRYAN, T.-XTE 'THICPEN . . C. G. VVORSHAM, HERMAN Qil..-XZIER TOMMIE XV.-XLKER, En Davis . . BILLY NEVILLE, COLEMAN BR.-XNTON W1LLE1'rE DUCKWORTH .Y.. RUTHE Mixon . .ASSOCIATES Cil'4'llIl1fi0ll Dirrrlors . Forrigfn Cirrulaliolz . Loral Cirrzzlzzliorz . Trrlnliral .flxyislzzzzis 1Ji'L'l'1i.Yilly flfiijftlllfj - LrgaI.J.1'e'isn'.v . Burinrys .e1J1'irr'r' . Co-EJ .lftlllllflff Edward Fant, julian Noel, Sid Hopkins, Albert Gardner, Grilhn Alford, Rebecca Eason, Harold Sherman, Hugh Stephens, George Robertson, Charles Traylor, Leroy Hidenger, D. O. Chestnut, Billy Allen, Irby Nioore, Gaines Cook, T. C. Buford, Owen Roberts, Fred Nelson, Richard XVilkinson. ASSISTANTS Ned Gotthelf, Charlie Cpshur, Philip Davis, Thomas XVaring, Pat Murphey, Ed Lockard, Elmus Coleman, Fielding XVright, Alex Touchstone, Charlie Crisler, Ewing Hurdle, Ben Owen, Mark Richardson, George joest, bint Mosby. IPPIA The 1938-39 ,lliyxixvippirzzz has very ably protected its recog- nition as the best college weekly newspaper in the South. The editorial policy has been one of frankness and fairness, resulting in increased faculty and student government attention to student demands for a "dry night club." better laundry service, and the Library to remain open seven days each vveek. By setting a record frr raising advertising revenue, the Busi- ness Manager has made possible more expensive features for the Jlirrisxippiazi. RICHARD WATSON Business Manager .-I THE A 1939 ULE MISS JOHNNY EVANS Editor EDITORIAL STAFF JOHN L. EVANS . . ............ . Editor-in-Chief CHARLES LONOTNO . . .lssistant Editor CLYDE HUGHES . . . .Jssistant Editor S'l,XNI,EY LATNER . . .-lssistant Editor XVII.l,l.-XM R, .ALLISN REBECCA EASON . . HAROLD BERSON . HAROLD GOTTH ELF AT. FRED DANTEL . TOM ITAMMOND . ROBERT REED . . TOM GARDNER . . . .lssistant ....So Sports . . . Pltotograpliit' :Issistant Pltotoyraplzif .wlssistant Photographic . . . Organization , . . . Fraternity Editor trrtary Ezfil0I' Editor Editor Etiilfll' Editor Editor RICHARD XVILKINSON . Military Editor XV.-XLSER PROSPERE . Fmturf Writer HANS-IQARL S'1'AL'Ss .... Jrt Editor CAMILLE SCMMERS . Class Editor BESS XVOOD . . . . Class Editor NTTA XV.-XLKER . . . . Class Editor JOHN GARDNER . . ,lssoriatr Editor LEE CATCHINC . . .Jssoriatr Editor STMON lvl.-XRKS . . . Jssoriatr Editor GEORGE GILLESPTE . . rlssoriatu Editor PERCY JOHNSTON . , .Jssoriatr Editor .TOE DANIEL . . . . ,-lssoriatv Editor XVILLIAM NEXVTON . .-Issoriatr Editor Editorial Staff WHAT THE STAFF THINKS Studies have been neglected, classes have been cut, and sleep has been lost in an effort to make this, the forty-third volume of the OLE Miss, a true record of the school year. Capable assistance from the Editorial Staff and Business Staff has materially lightened the load for the Editor and Business Manager. With all the hard work and disappointments that go with editing an annual, there is also a great deal of pleasure which, we think, far overbalances the unpleasant features. 0 Ill4l UNIVERSITY BUSINESS STAFF SIMEON F. KING, JR. . ....,. ...... . . CHARLES TRATLOR . HUBERT BARNETT . . SID GILLESPIE . . . HENRY HAYNES . . ETHEL PRICE . BILL FEDRIC . . . JOE VVASHINGTON . . BILLIE JEPSEN . . BILL ALLEN . . . STANNY SANDERS . . PETE SHIPMAN . . FRANK HART . GENE MoRsE . . . . VERDELL YELVERTON NATHAN PETERS . . .Jssofiate Businfss flssociaie Business :Issociate Business zlssociaff' Business Jssofiatc Businvss .-Issociatc Business Hssocialf' Businfss Jssofialr Businvss Jssociale Business B usinrss .-Issislanl Businvss .-Issistant Businfss Jssisfant Businrss .-Issisianl Businfss :l550fil1fl' Businvss --lssocialr Businvss .lssofialr Businrss .slssociaff Businfss .zlssocialr Businfss Jssofiaic Businfss . Associate Business flssociafc Businfss xlssociale Businrss THOMAS AVENT . . AL WYLIE . . . . VIRGINIA SHELBY . . BETTYE LEONARD . HUNTER MCKENZIE DEWEY ANTooN . GRIFFIN ALFORD . . FIELDING WRIGHT . . JAMES BRANIGIN . . ,slssofiate Business Business Sfaff Vs 'D 1. S ' , D . I1151 'THE YE!RRLY PLJBLICACTHDN OF THE STUDENT BODY OF THE CDF MISSISSIPPI Alllllllyfl' Blllllflfffl' Ilfallagrr Afllllllfjfl' Ella nagcr Sffrrtary Illlllllllflfl' ,7I'la1zagI'r Zlflazzagfr Illanagvr Illanagvr .Manager Jllanagfr Illanaglfv' Jllanagfr Jllanagrr Nlanzzgfr Mazinger' IIIIIIIIIIQH' Jllanagrr lllllllllflfi' lwanzlgrr' Jllanagfr Jllanagfr Managm' I 5 Q. f., t. Q.. K 4 II IN APPRECIATION To the 1938339 Student Body the Editor and Business Manager wish to express appreciation. Their splendid cooperation in having their pictures talcen without delay, in submitting snapshots for the snap- shot contest, and in submitting and checking fraternity and organiza- tion roles as requested, has aided the staff greatly in completing the work on time. SIM KING, JR. Business Manager I IGN? P E R S O N N E L RIILLER HIJLBIES, Director o RIILLER HOLMES . . . Vocalist JOHN BRANDT .... . Vocalist MALCOLM RIONTGOMERY . . Saxophone HLGII .ALLEN :XLEXANDER . . Saxophone BILLY SPENCER . . Saxophone GALE XVATSON . . Saxophone BOBBY BALLARD . . Trumpet ffl, H.XROLlJ SHERMAN . . . Trumpet F A A , , C JOHN BRABDT . . Trombone X. K' JIM BROCK . . . Trombone X XVILLETTE DLCRIYORTH . . . Drums J GEIJRGE BICLAKGHLIN . . . .Bass .-X. G. BOXYEN, JR .... . . Piano MISSISSIP PIA I1l6l 26-JL ,mv PERSONNEL H ERAx1.xN r11.XYl.UR, Ili:-rftnr XVARREN L.xRRoL'X . HARVEY Ross . XV.-XRREN LAROUX . BERT QDIGLEY . TOMMY ETHRIDGE . JACK OYNEAL . ARCHIE QUINN . IXIINOR MoRGExN . STEPHENS SPENCER . Bos HL'BINIEI. . RIDBERT C0014 . . l,OlY1H3'1 Sl1.1'0f31I07Il' . fofalisf SIlX0j31l07Il' Saxojvlzolzv . Trumpet . Yvflllllffff Trombone . .Piano . Drums . .Bass THE HULL l1171 t, IB, x ..- hr.. i I I I I 3 l I l I l l The Band in Formation THE ULE MISS BAN QFFICERS The University Band is closely identified with student MORGAN ROSEBOROUGH 44...4,. llvll P ,egdent activity, often being seen and heard both on the campus CHARLES LONGINO ,uyyv V I y ViCe-Pre,-idenf and in surrounding cities. To the personnel of the band BILLY RUST Allnbl 4 n l Bu-ginegng Manager we Cxtefld OUI' fl'l3.nlCS fOl' their HUC W0l'lC. The Band Plays +he Alma Maier w V 'R ?' it rg, BROWNIE BURTON Drum Maior I f I 7, l XLMA LZ" x r .gm isa -p ' . V. D 4 0 I' in L., . I . ,. 1 x. I N . 1 , Q .. fb . z K Xl i .M ,nfl , 1 4,1 MR. R. N. WHITFIELD Director BETA ZETA A i Local Honorary Band Fraternity Francis Bowling, Kenneth Crosby, Webb DeLoach, Willette Duckworth, Ray Foster, Herman Glazier, Clyde Hughes, Gaston Jones, Harold Levine, Malcolm Mont- gomery, Olyer Norsworthy, Morgan Roseborough, Billy Rust, Hansford Simmons, Terry Suber, David Waterman. .ll JACK KIRKPATRICK VIOLET MULVENNA MORGAN ROSEBOROUGH Head Drum Maior Firxl Tl'Il0!',V GEORGE MADDOX . ROBERT BALLARD . CEDRIC FEXBELMAN H.ANSFORD SIMMONS LAURA T. MARTIN A. G. BONTEN . . R. MALCOLM GUESS CERIFFIN ,ALFORD . OFFICERS AIEMBERS Barilonfxf . . .Prfsidfnt . . Ivifl'-Pl'l'5idl'I1f . . .Sffrvfary . . . Trfasurfr . . . .Dirnior .flssislant Dircclor Busizzfss Managrr . Slagv .Managrr Hl1'E NICLAIN RALPH MILLER QLIIN NELSON TIMS QUINN XV. WV. VVALKER FRED VVl'l"l'Y Sim ml Tfnors ELMUS COLEMAN XVARREN LARROUX JACK PATTI' DOUGLAS RIDDEI,I, BLIRRELL TLITOR Bass BILLY BAKER ROBERT CROCKETT TOM GREEN, JR. MILLER HOLMES CARL JOHNSTON ROBERT MOSS HANSFORD SIMMONS MELTON BLOOM ARTHUR CLARK CEDRIC FEIBELMAN DUANE FORMAN GEORGE GlLI.ESPIE CE.-XSTO N JON ES GEORGE MADDOX RICHARD WILKINSON FEATURE MEN EDMLIND NIONTCOMERY . . ..... ..... I 'ibra-Harp SHELBY ROGERS . . . Magiciazz-Illusionin FRED MAGEE . . . ..... Jxsistanf THE MISSISSIPPIANS MILLER HOLM ES, Direcfor 1NlAl,COI,M BIONTGOMERY HAROLD SHERMAN HUGH .ALEXANDER JOHN BR.-XNDT BILLY SPENCER JIM BROCK GALE XVATSON A. G. BOXVEN, JR. BOBBY BALLARD VVILLETTE DLICKWORTH ISS MUSIC!-XL GEORGE MCI.AUGHI,lN EL ll2Ol GEORGE .ANDERSON LEROY HIIJINGER . BAE IQRAAIER . . IDEXYEY ANTOON . T. C. BUFORD . CHARLES CRIsI.ER . . CARTER Domes . Gus GERARD . . HAROLD GODMAN . LEROI' HIDINCER . ROBERT HUMMEL . P. VV. JOHNSTON . HUNTER INICIYZENZIE . DAVID PIQCKETT . BOE REED . . NICK ROBERTS . IRVVIN SEBULSKI' . DVVIGHT STRAIN . LOUIS TRANSOU . FRED VV.-XLLACE . PETE WARREN . EARL XVIGGERS . . THE OFFICERS MEMBERS . . . Prfsirlflzl . . Iliff"-I',I'FSlI1l'Ilf . . . Sponsor . . Sflldflll Daily . Phi Dalia Thfla . Kappa Sigma . , Bda Thvla Pi . . . .Sigma Chi . Sigma Phi Epxilon . . .Kappa .llpha . .Dvlla Tau Drlia . Pi Kappa .llpha . . . . Phi Pi Phi Delia Kappa Epxilon . . .sllldflll Body Sigma .llpha Epxilon . . Phi Epsilon Pi . . Phi Kappa Psi . Alpha Tau Omfga . . .Sigma Nu . . Pi Kappa Phi . . . .Della Psi ll, OLE MISS' HOST TO VISITING ATHLETIC TEAMS Firsf Row: Hidinger, Buford, Anderson, Kramer, Anfoon, Roberls, Reed. Second Row: Johnslon, Gerard Sebulsky Crisler, Dobbs, McKenzie. Third Row: Transou, Godman, Strain, Hummel, Wiggers. Fourlh Row Warren Puckett, Wallace ll2ll sy' M. . .FA 'TSN-l' W. DWIGHT WENTZ Direcfor 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 dramatic leadership, to raise standards and appreciation of dra- matic literature, to give opportunity for an ever-increas- ing desire for dramatic self-expression, and to develop leadership for dramatic work in school, church, neigh- borhood, and community. The purposes are being accomplished by the Univer- sity Players in a number of ways. Besides the drama- tizing of plays and the attendant individual training in character interpretation, the student also receives train- ing in eurhythmics, stage directing, and stagecraft. The best modern dramas are read by the class in order to appreciate the betteriqualities of Dramatic Literature. Some outstanding plays presented by the University Players are "The Merchant of Venice," "Much Ado About Nothing," "Hamlet," "Liliom," "To the Ladies," "The King's Highway," NA Night in An Inn," and "Seventh Heavenf' THE UNIVERSITY PL YEHS Scen The current group of University Players, under the direction of W. Dwight Wentz, is composed of: Mary Ashley, George Atkinson, Mack Blackwood, Maude Bolton, Lee Catching, Wilson Ellis, Tommy Ethridge, Helen Fuller, Reginald Gray, Helen Hall, Charles e from "Seven+h Heaven" Hirsch, Frances Hopkins, Billy Hix, Bill Lampard, Henry Levi, Anne Lomax, Guy Raner, Helen Sexton, Allie Mabel Smith, Dwight Strain, C. C. Stephenson and Martha Thomas. The staff further includes Louise Lindsey and Owen Palmer. Cas? for "Hamle+" , l:l23fl EBEL EVELERS ROUST AROUND 1. First prize snapshot winner by D. O. Chestnut. 2. Second prize snapshot winner by James Puckett. 3. Third prize snapshot winner by A. P. Pope. 4. Whir- field directs. 5. Going my way? 6. Kimbrough con- centrates. 7. Stop! Look! Lift! 8. Royalty at the bonfire. 9. If you see my milk cow, d-r-i-v-e her home. 10. Finances for the NY." 11. A frosh at work. 12. "Hoot" confers with the freshman dean. 13. George and his "seeing eyef, 14. Watch the birdie! 15. Gro- cery time in the cafeteria. 16. What's Dilworth got? 17. In line of duty as Cardinal Club sponsor. 18. Bi- cycle built for one with two. 19. The Nquacksl' take in a game. 20. Dinner for one, please, James. 21. It won't comb, frosh. 22. A scene at the dedication of the new dormitories. 23. M. O. A. K. S.-Booooo! 24. Home for the holidays. 25. The varsity loafs. 26. Two's company. 27. A shine, too, please. 28. Now, now, Gotthelf. 29. 1t's the water wagon from now on. 30. One at a time, girls. I 'S IA 7 ' -..-.4 , 1-7- -,, 'F 5' gr ,...iv 5' 5 up F! ll ., lla -2 ,Q flu- 151 l 11 fm-Q wr-f yy N U r i 9 -:gli I J I L A 1 EBEL EVELEHS ROUST AROUND To the Left: 1. Little Hut looks the place over. 2. Dr. Dunham and Prof. Brown pause. 3. Gordon Meaclor behind the money counter. 4. Dr. Abernathy makes a call. 5. Prof. Gladden takes physics seriously. 6. Dr. Green pours forth. 7. Mr. Black on the watch. 8. Prof. Fox smiles. 9. Mr. Davis and Prof. Shaw. 10. Dr. Silver lectures. 11. The Majors at ease. 12. Prof. Saclcett and his grafts. 13. Miss Stella behind the candy counter. 14. Drs. Milden and Longest. 15. Dr. Brown leaves Peabody. g To the Ri glut: 1. The shots ridin' high. 2. The "Chief" rides again. 3 and 4. Gettin' pepped up for the Tennessee slaughter. 5. The shysters shine. 6. Herr Branton. 7. Through the mirror. 8. The Executive Council counts the votes. 9. Jaggers out to collect for his papers. EBEL EVELEH5 Rousr AROUND To the Left: 1. The I-Iowry boys pose? 2. Freshman beware! 3. The band goes to greet the football team back from L. S. U. 4. You describe it, I can't. 5. Ellis shines with Featherstone. 6. Time for that 10:30 class. 7. Rowe and Monroe look good. 8. Barnard's sun-porch. 9. The domestic Dyers. To the Right: 1. Stunt night-the whole shebang. 2. Beauty back- stage. 3. The Navy comes to town for a Lyceum pro- gram. 4. No wonder Helen got lots of applause. 5. Fuller and Orr at the mike. 6. Steady, boy, steady. 7. The managers. 8. Martini favors Allela with his autograph. 9. Robison and Jenkins step it out. 10. Crooners--Larroux and Bell. 11. It loolcs as if Santa Claus has been to this tree. 12. Cigarette, please. Q Qrzfl ,f m t . P .I W - 4:-A 5, ,ir hbxr Q V 3 Q 1 R x 2 9 9' s , 5 I x 2 -I "L, ' 'L 6 . M '! R.iQ '1-si -1-L..-ani "'l'i'i 0 ri-10 9 gig, 31 'NB J! it lb. 'I+ XS 5 "EA A3 nn! 'nl V llll '03, X ', v, X Q ' 'IOJ , -ig -X I un! ' 5 .- IQIQR Q X11 1 5 s I N., J f, f XP?-5' 1: .ww ,Q EH - - Pm- ' I 3 'M w if E ' , Y L." 'ir?1'I5 ' I. 194 K 2 I ' O V, .'r" all ' 'Q n 1 , 1. W? A J za 1 ,.-f i' k""'53 . - N . '2- IFA P 'nv lwf. X ft. if! W' eff- 5 N M, rs J it me if EBEL HEVELER5 ROUST AROUND 1. Carson takes the air. 2. Lost something, Morse? 3. All kinds of people gather at the post office. 4. Bully and Nlartha-always together. 5. We saw him two weeks later. 6. The train pulls in from L. S. U. 7. This looks genuine, folks. 8. Mississippi takes over in Mem- phis. 9. Sara Cooper steps out. 10. George is fourth best this time. 11. Need some help? 12. Big Ed makes his presence known. 13. Time out for I-lam. 14. That letter home. 15. Tom looks happy. 16. Harold's "lir- tle', brother, Ned, studies. 17. Outside looking in. 18. The Tri Delts decorate for Homecoming. 19. The Law School plays host to the Bar. 20. Just Coates. 21. The gal with the flying feet. 22. The frosh build a bonfire. 23. just make yourself comfortable. 24. Say it with flowers. 25. What's Arvine done? 26. An- other way to study. 27. Coach Mehre gets a rousing welcome. 28. Sedberry defied a frosh, and this is what happened. 29. Former Coach Burke returns in new attire. 30. What're you looking at, Prexy? 31. Reed waits patiently. 'Q' ,f -Q. flf H ff, ,i' V' "" NN fix wsgzg.-f' ,X ,S .X 'Q-'5.. . "N:?x " N. -X . Q , K '- 'le . X Q , . .-x, XV A 2 I ! I X e , , 1 :,:,,' xx, g.,- , ig, I A :gf X Mfg Q-- X55 S N KX X ix xx XS, X' - . xg X XS X E x' XA X I If R 'SX XVINKEY AUTRY JOHN FARESE HENRY KINARD GORDON SMITH I First Row: Frank Hart, Harry Smith, Frank Tindall, Tom Gardner, Thomas Parker. Xvinkey Autry. Kimble Bradley, Ralph Burns. Paul Busby, Anse Blackwell, E. B. Burns, Second Row: Virgil Cook. Dorman Crowe, Stewart Clayton, Elliott Danzig. Horace Dossett, Ado Dunagin, Leslie Dodson. John Farese. Bill Frye, B. L. Graham. David Gleason. Tbnd Row: PaIker Hall. Rav Hapes, Gus' Harhorn. Clarke Holmes. Nlarvin Hutson. Claude Jackson, Irving Keller. George Kinard, Henry Kinard, John Lehnhardr, Sam Liles. Fourth Row: Ray Medlock, Emesc McCracken, Eddie Mack Nlorgan, Ham Muiphv. Billy Mann. Percv Parker. Alix Payne, Walser Prospere, Lake Roberson, Gordon Smith. Bill Schneller. Fifth Row: VU. E. Sanders. Oliver Shaw, Joe Simpson, Erm Smith. Dick Staggers, James Tillman, Bill W'Illiams. Llovd Vvhire. Steve Xvilkerson, ,lesse Xvard. John XVhirtingron. FRANK HART President HARRY SMITH Vin'-PI'fsidmt FRANK TINDALL Sfcrrfary TOM PARKER Scrgranl-at-.-Irmr BESS XVOOD THE EL KIMBLE BRADLEY RALPH BURNS PAUL BUSBY ANSE 'BLACKWELL E. B. BURNS VIRGIL COOK DORMAN CROVVE STEWART CLAYTON ELLIOTT DANZIO ADO DUNAGIN LESLIE DODSON BILL FRYE BONNIE GRAHAM DAW'ID GLEASON PARI-:ER ICIALL RAY HAPES GUY PIATHORN CLARKE HOLMES Nl.-XRVIN HUTS'0N CLAUDE JACKSON IRVING KELLER GEORGE KINARD HORACE DOSSE'I"I' 'Y' BESS WOOD, Sponsor I 135 1 JOHN LEHNHARDT SAM LILES RAY MEDLOCK ERNEST MCCRACKEN EDDIE M. MORGAN HAM NIURPHY BILLY NIANN PERCY PARKER ALEX PAYNE VV.-XLSER PROSPERE LAKE ROBERSON Sponmr BILL SCHNELLER ERXYIN SANDERS OLIY ER SHAXV JOE SIMPSON E. SMITH DICK STAGCERS JAMES TILLMAN BILL VVILLIAMS LLOYD VVHITE f STEVE XVILKERSON JESSE VVARD JO'I N XVIIITTI NCTO N I 'vii l L ! l I I l I 1 M l I Coach Mehre looks 'em over. Coach Mehre-here and there. 06LC HARRY ME H RE Genial gentleman from Georgia-smiling but snappy, smart but smooth-Harry Mehre already has carved a niche in the annals of Ole Miss athletics, even though it's been only slightly more than a year since he took over the reigns of the Red and Blue. . A Yankee by birth, a Southerner at heart- Harry Mehre has from the start established himself on this cam- pus as an individual who knows what he wants to do and then does it-never losing the common touch, never for- getful of the diplomacy of the aristocrat. Schooled under Rockne at football,s traditional Notre Dame in the midst of the Four Horsemen era, Harry Mehre knows the grid game from all angles. On the prac- tice field and behind a mahogany desk in the front ofhce, he's the same, sure-fire Harry Mehrel- always waiting for an opening, always planning to make possible that opening if it doesn't come naturally. R A center for the famed Irish who completed his grid career only one year before Leyden, Stuhldreher, Miller, and Crowley cavorted into immortal fame, Coach Mehre got his first job at St. Thomas College. From there he went to the University of Georgia, where he established himself as one of the outstanding personages in the coaching pro- fession-a man respected, admired, feared when his team was on the opposite side of the line of scrimmage. First a power in the Southeastern Conference, Georgia under the guidance of Harry Mehre became a power in the Nation as the Bulldogs traveled East, knocked off Eli Yale hve times in a row, interspersing triumphs and favorable showings with N. Y. U., Fordham, Holy Cross. And now Ole Miss-and Harry Mehre seems on the brink of more and greater successes-a new era for him - certainly a new era for Ole Miss! , l F, -ff-rar. i i Y ,ab .-3 Leif fo righfz T. C. Kimbrough, P. W. Rowland, Clyde Hester, T. A. Bicltersfaff lChairmanl, BriH Rogers, V. A. Coulfer, Elliott Danzig THE A shift to the rightfa shift to the left- end-arounds, and wide sweeps of the flanks-long passes, short passes, bullet-like passes from every point on the field. The cunning, deception and wile that the immortal Knute Rockne gave to football when he innovated his Notre Dame style of play-and now, the improvements and changes that have come only with the trends and the times as "the man most like the 'Rock' himself-a true disciple of the great 'Father of Modern Football','- brings a new regime to Ole Miss athletics - a regime which has already proved its worth and value despite the short length of time it has been in operation. With the coming of Harry Mehre came the wisdom and the background of a man thoroughly versed in all phases of athletic activity-a man willing to gamble, to take chances-never saying die, even though the breaks go wrong-even though there is just one possibility in a million. And also with Harry Mehre came a capable staff of as- sistants- men well qualified in their respective fields, able NEW REGIME to carry out their assigned tasks in making Ole Bliss a greater. a better institution in an athletic way. An undergraduate at Auburn, a grid assistant at Geor- gia-XVeems Baskin is Harry Mehreis "right-hand manfi in addition to serving as end coach and track coach - the latter his specialty. Charles "Chuck" Jaskwhich, last of Rockne's quarter- backs, is filling his first collegiate coaching position as backfield tutor, but the results he obtained his first year show him up as a real veteran. Frank Johnson, the only man on the staff who learned his football under Nlehre. proved his worth as line coach when he took a bunch of raw recruits. molded them into a unit that did wonders in helping the Rebels win nine games. He also is basketball coach. Edwin "Coat" Hale. the Mississippi College star of all- time, is assistant to Nlehre on the grid field, as well as chief scout and talent seeker. Claude "TadH Smith, another holdover from Ed Wfalk- er's staff, is the only Ole Miss alumnus in the new regime. Head Freshman Coach Smith also handles the baseball team. Leff lo righ'l': Edwin "Goal" Hale. Chief Scouig Frank Johnson, Line Coach, Harry Mehre, Head Coach: Charles "Chuck" Jasltwhich, Bacltfield Coach, Weems Basltin, End Coach. lNo+ in Picfurex Tad Smifh, Freshman Coachl 'T 1 vi- ,Y '- .--1. 1 - Hrf. ,Gif-' 3? -- ' l ...L "1"I,7. .r .r -ax. as, --5 f Q QJ .0', Q 'Q . A - 'vzazagi Q iigffffff Q Q 'M '23-4 END V l 4 X. " -H Q 85 ' fig' if fray? - ' fr ' ,,f ,MA - in My . A . 'H fn- Q - ' . ., ' ' . . vgk' nf Y Q ' .4 a. I -...X Q D .-'fN:' K -- I 1 -'--, . Q.-'ffl' ' s ' in muli-z.'f't.f.. A- "T, go '19 179 " '15, 5 . .v'g. V I- mai? 5 Q ?'s4 9-n 'a-,MFLAZY7 'I' ' 'L f' -' .-' ' 4 ,' 5 ' I mer ff 4 v. 4-Mm,smf4..c:Q-.41s,fzf.::4:w.f.:,2f N ','AQ 1,1 ' T313 v THE TIGER Ole Miss ...... . . .20 Louisiana State ........................ 7 The odds were against them - they didnit have a chance, not a prayer- those University of Mississippi gridmen in their debut with Louisiana State University after three weeks of September tutelage from crafty Harry Mehre. But all at once, this bunch of "weaklings," this crew of "underdogs," found that they, too, could play football, and when it was all over, L. S. U. had realized the fact and Ole Miss had scored its first real victory in years. It all started in the first quarter after tangy Horace Dossett covered a fumble with his big frame. After a brief time-out-in fact, very shortly afterward-the Rebels' All- America halfback, Parker Hall, let go the spark that kin- dled his fire for nation-wide recognition - a pass to Flank- man Ham Murphy good for half the distance of the field. Captain Kim Bradley converted, and it was on to victory for the Rebs. Quarterback Bill Schneller gave the Red and Blue her second score, but only after a sensational 58-yard dash by this same Parker Hall on the return of a punt. The Tunica Bullet fell on the one-foot mark, with Schneller going over the next play. Stockily-built Willard Bisbing was good for the final Rebel touchdown when he raced back a Bengal fumble taken in the air for 65 yards-and pay dirt. L. S. U. made one desperate eftort to strike back, but all the Ol' War Skule could muster was one touchdown, and the success of the Ole Miss season virtually was as- sured. TOTHE LEFT Top to bottom: Hall brealts loose against L. S. U .... Bradley bloclts tor Whittington . . . E. Smith tollows Dodson against S. T. C .... Bisbing gets ott a quick pass Top to bottom: Winlty Autry, -Center: Willard Bisbing, Haltbacltg Anse Blackwell, End: Calvin Cooley, Center Left to right: Dorman Crowe, Centerg Leslie Dodson, Fullbacltg IS TUMBLED Ole Miss ...... .... 2 7 Louisiana Tech ......................... 7 A wee bit overconfident after their great showing against L. S. U., the Rebels almost got their Louisiana opponents mixed, discovered their mistake in the last three minutes of play before riding to a 27 to 7 victory over Louisiana Poly- technic Institute. The Rebs took a back seat the first half, saw the under- estimated Bulldogs push over the first touchdown and left the game at the end of the period trailing 7 to 6, after Erm Smith had taken a touchdown pass from Willard Bisbing for the Mississippi marker. A far better-balanced ball club when they returned were those Rebels, and the kickoff resulted in a 74-yard march that ended with a touchdown pass from Parker Hall to Kent Massengale. But it wasn't until three minutes before the final gun that Rebel fans relaxed, content that the victory was Mis- sissippi's, after Kimble Bradley and Parker Hall had gone over for touchdowns. Ole Miss ............. .... I 4 State Teachers College .................. 0 The Rebels looked like a world-beater for the few min- utes Parker Hall played against State Teachers College of Hattiesburg as they rushed two early touchdowns over for a 14 to 0 victory in the third game of the year. The two tallies came soon after the kickoff, with Hall responsible for both-one the result of a 22-yard jaunt around right end, the other for seven yards through left tackle. Kent Massengale, playing against a younger broth- er, converted both times, and the Rebel scoring found an early finish. Hall was removed from the game after the first quarter, and although he reappeared after the half, Harry Mehreis Mississippi team was never better than mediocre after that first quarter drive. Horace Dossett, Tackle: Ado Dunagin, Tackle Hag 165 l139fl lldf'.'I VANDY REPELS THE REBELS OIeMiss... ..7 Vanderbilt ............................ I3 just 25 seconds-yes, 25 seconds that separated Ole Miss from an ambition that has burned brightly for 44 years-25 seconds that turned unlicensed glee into sad remorse - Thatas the story of the Ole Miss-Vanderbilt game, for it was in that stipulated period of time that the Commodore Lunny Hollins heaved to Hardy Housman for the telling- tally that gave Vandy a victory that was Mississippi's until that last great stand that meant the undeniable difference. Ole Miss tallied in the third period on a short pass, Parker Hall to Anse Blackwell, after three line attempts from the five had failed. Vandy scored twice in the final period. 9 'QQ' CAPTAIN KIM BLE BRADLEY Quarterback OIeMiss,.. ....47 Centenary ............................ I4 Those Gentlemen from Centenary were great big mean- ies for two quarters against Harry Mehre's up-and-coming Rebels in a Homecoming Day fracas. After that the Shreveport kids were even meeker than their name suggests, gave way to a relentless second half Red and Blue offensive, and took a 47 to 14 beating, their worst in years. Mississippi was off to a first quarter 13 to 0 lead, as Parker Hall went over twice on short gains. But backs to the wall, Centenary pulled a few of their own tricks out of the bag and left the game one point ahead at the half. It wasn't long, however, before the Rebs realized they were entertaining a Homecoming crowd. A pass, Hall to Johnny Whittington, put them ahead in the third period, and the story was told as the Mississippians scored four times more before the end. Ole Miss ............. . . .25 George Washington U. .................. 0 I A squad of victory-mad Rebels went to the heart of Yan- kee territory, got a taste or two of Gettysburg for 30 min- utes of play before they turned on the heat for a late 25 to 0 triumph, fifth of the year, over George Washington University. Parker Hall was the Mississippi standout as he scored one touchdown and passed to Bill Schneller for another. It was Fullback Jimmy Tillman, however, who opened the scoring with an eight-yard jaunt in the third quarter. Half- back Willard Bisbing ran back an interception 65 yards for another marker. ' TO THE RIGHT Top to bottom: Sam Liles, Guard: John Lehnhardt, FuIIbacItg Cromer Mabus, Center: Billy Mann, Haltback Top to bottom: BIacIrweII on an end-around against Centenary . . . Whittington plows the Iine . . . Tillman around the end . . . Managers: Neblett, Gardner, Transou Lett to right: Bonnie Lee Graham, End: Frank Hart, Tackle: George Kinard, Guardg Henry Kinard. 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I2 Ole Miss knew the worth of the extra point, realized it and turned back St. Louis University, 14 to 12, in the Rebels' closest call of the season, as the Billikens rose to the heights in a Homecoming Day celebration of St. Louis' golden anniversary of football. The Rebs had to come from behind late in the first quar- ter to take the lead from the Billikens, with Parker Hall tossing to Ham Murphy for the tally. Hallis boot for the extra point was good, and the margin of victory was secure. Johnny Lehnhardt put Mississippi seven points in the lead with a five-yard line plunge, and Hall made it eight with a successful boot through the uprights to end the Mis- sissippi scoring. St. Louis added another touchdown in the last two minutes of play. Olelvliss ........... . . ....20 Arkansas ............................. I4 All the excitement, color and comedy that a football game needs put themselves together and gave Ole Miss a Z0 to 14 victory over Arkansas, Passing Porkers. The Rebels beat the Porkers at their own xrial game, and Quarterback Bill Schneller, ball in one hand, legging goalward unmolested after an interception, didn't hesitate to make known the fact as he thumbed his way to the win- ning touchdown. Mississippi scored early when Parker Hall dropped a pass over the goal line to Ham Murphy. But the lead wasn't for long, and Arkansas added two touchdowns and the same number of extra points to lead at the half. Jesse Ward turned in a superhuman catch for the sec- ond tally, with Schneller making his interception only a few moments later. TOTHE LEFT Top to bottom: Rebel's secondary closes in on Arkansas . . . Dodson dodges a would-be taclrler . . . Schneller-iust before the thumbing . . . Ward grabs a pass against Sewanee Top to bottom: Kent Massengale, Haltback: Ernest Moore, Guard: Ham Murphy, End: Bubber North, End D Lett to right: "Red" Parker, Tackle: Lalte Roberson, Guard: Lk fs! T542 N431 Olelviiss... ...39 Sewanee ........................... .. 0 The traditional Purple of Sewanee left their home on the "Mountain" long enough to give Harry Mehre's gridmen a 39 to 0 victory, as the Red and Blue looked forward to the annual engagement with Mississippi State College. It was the Hrst Southeastern Conference triumph in three years on the campus for the Rebels, and the Missis- sippi squad didn't fail to take advantage of the opportu- nity, as they scored in every period but the last. Parker Hall threw to Jesse Ward for the first touchdown only three plays after the start of the game, and ran 33 yards for the next. Willard Bisbing ran 26 yards for the third score, and Bill Schneller brought back an intercep- tion 30 yards to complete first half tallying. A pass, Hall to Ham Murphy, and a 44-yard run by the great haltback completed the Rebel scoring. PARKER HALL American Haliback Erwin Sanders, Tackle: Bill Schneller, Quarterback 412.-:NW STATE AND Ole Miss ....... . . . I9 Mississippi Stare ......... ............ 6 The return of the "Golden Eggi' as the climax to Ole Miss' most successful football season in history! The return to the MY" lobby, now the Student Union Building lobby, of that coveted burnished oval that sym- bolizes the Magnolia State's grid supremacy. And all the more was it appreciated when Captain Kim Bradley received it from Mississippi Stateis Maroons, be- cause two years is a long absence and the 'iEgg" had been away for two years. To the air the Mississippians took to get their victory, although Maroon Halfback Jack Nix turned the tables with an interception and an 87-yard dash to gloryland for State's touchdown early in the second quarter that gave them a short-lived lead. For only moments later the Rebels began a drive from their own 20 that culminated when Parker Hall faded back and shot a pass to Bill Schneller to set the stage on the one-foot line. Hall went over on the next play, Kent Mas- sengale booted the extra point, and Harry Mehre's gridders were bound for victory. With the ball in midfield, the Rebels struck again just after second half play began. Hall threw to Willard Bis- bing for 17 yards. He sliced left tackle for 13, then 15 more before Fullback johnny Lehnhardt went over for another five and a touchdown. And then that final, tale-telling marker that assured Ole Miss victory midway in the fourth quarter after a State back had kicked out of bounds on his own 28. Two passes to Bill Schneller-thatis all it took-and the crafty quar- terback was over the goal-a triumph over Mississippi State College, a return to the campus of the "Golden Egg" - exhilarated in every step as he went goalward! And win or lose in the other games, a victory over "old A. 86 M." still stands paramount for the Rebels! Ole Miss .......................... . . 0 Tennessee . . . . .47 Lefl' fo right: Erm Smith, Halfbaclxg Stewart TENNESSEE A nightmare? Naw! No nightmare could be that bad! Not as bad as 47 to 0, anyway, even though the Rebels were up against the greatest football team in the nation -- a team from the University of Tennessee that can be rated second to none for the '38 grid campaign. And great as Tennessee was in gaining 10 previous vic- tories in 10 previous starts - Tennessee was even greater against Ole Miss. They fielded a ball club that ranked with the best of all-time. They took advantage of every- thing. And without alibiing, Ole Miss was off. Parker Hall was missing, and without Parker Hall the Rebels were impo- tent. But that's all in the game. Breaks and opportunities are there for both teams - and football is football. Breaks provide for upsets, and upsets make the game only more interesting, even though they do mean humiliating 47 to 0 losses. It was the Mid-South's game of the year - that Tennes- see fracas. A packed Crump Stadium that was overflowing . . . A national radio hook-up . . . Bands, bunting, 'n every- thing, even the Governor . . . Not forgettin' George fBad Newsl Cafego, the greatest football player Mississippi U. faced all year! And despite the lopsided score-the top-heavy margin that no one, not even Harry Mehre, had expected- Rebel football fans were satisfied - content with a team that had brought them nine victories! TO THE RIGHT Top fo boffom: John Whi++ingfon, Halfbaclig Brown Williams, Guard: Tom Gardner, Senior Manager: Sergean+ Marius Maquis, Equip- meni' Manager Top io boffom: The Rebels sfop a State baclr . . . The Governor fakes in the Tennessee game . . . lf's thai Cafego man again . . . The Cheerleaders: Rowland, Roberfson, Summers, Mahoney, Briggs, Morgan Smith, End, Jimmy Tillman, Fullbaclrg Jesse Ward, End ll44l nu, X FM -fi -aiu" rf- , 'lluiiff -A TFT' T' Ht M g,l 'H' 1 ,L OLS. O HSS 'S . B 25 'iq ng u 'N rl nf- ,Lai -l,., V '. ' Q X- . "1r5'k.f'?'69'-A iii ' it +5?,,,N-...y 4 Q' f x. .. ,. QE M1 l H 'Q '.7'i-4 lpfn Nmigw.,iA, ,N ' - XT' X-1-Ag 1aM,.f,5'f',g, "f'.AQ4F?x14 ig fb f. SSR' ' Parker Hall attained the highest in athletic endeavor at the Universtiy of Mississippi with his selection as 1939 winner of the Norris Trophy, most coveted honor bestowed on an Ole Miss letter-winner. Given by the Norris Candy Company of Atlanta, the Norris Trophy has been the goal of every Red and Blue athlete since its inception more than a decade ago. Parker Hall is a deserving winner of the trophy. Through his athletic superiority, he spread far the name of his Alma Mater. Through his football prowess, he has brought glory and prestige to his school and his state-to his teammates and his coaches. THE NORRIS Hall is Mississippi's first backfleld man to gain All- American football laurels-the second gridder in the history of the state to make the grade from a Mis- sissippi school. His choice for the position was not a confined one. His recognition came from many sources, but notable was his selection by the Associated Press. As a halfback on the Rebel grid squad, Hall's work was indispensable. Time after time, his coach, Harry Mehre, has reiterated, uwithout Hall, we would have been almost helpless." And truer words were never spoken, for Hall did contribute greatly to the Ole Miss football team. As a runner, a passer and a kicker, he was unexcelled, unequaled. No, not the best runner, the best passer or the best kicker-but when each element is added into the makings of a real triple-threat, Hall couldn't be ignored. In addition to his ability and work in football, Hall also has taken part in basketball as a forward, in base- ball as a third baseman, and in track as a sprinter. An all-around athlete, well-rounded in campus activ- ity, Parker Hall is typical of the Norris Trophy winner! Left fo right, Front Row: Davidson, Eubanks, Hovioas, Day, Hapes, Gilley, Frye, L. Hazel, Geifer. Second Row: Stevenson, Dodson, McCall, Nevers, Capeilo, Savage, Gladding. Third Row: Coach Smith, Swinney, Manager Neblert, Pivarnik, Manager Johnson, Coach White THE FROSH STEP OUT The old hands at baseball call their prospects "ivory," In years to come Harry Mehre and his coaching staff prob- ably will call their 1938 crop of yearlings "gold,' for their performances the past season - in games and in scrimmage sessions-showed without the slightest doubt that hlissis- sippiis Freshmen are future grid greats-gridders bound to take the headlines, hog the spotlight with Rebel teams in the next three years of competition. To single out any one man on the ,323 frosh crew is a difficult task. As a team they were sensational in three per- formances, despite a one-touchdown loss to Moorhead jun- ior College in their opening game. As a squad, they worked with finesse in turning back, first, Southwestern, 47 to Og second, Mississippi State College, 25 to O. But even though it took the cooperative efforts of every man on the squad list to turn in that impressive record. there was one man-a will-oi-the-wisp halfback-who stood out, who proved the spark, the very impetus of the frosh attack. A mite of a thing compared to most gridders, Jun- ior Hovious of Vicksburg is destined for stardom as a triple threat back. Indubitably, it is Hovious who gets the nomination as "fresh most likely to succeed." Not far behind this pint-sized ball hawk are a quintet of backs any coach would be proud to have on his team. Included are Merle Hapes, Ben Nevers, Herschel Gilley, Bill Sam, and Paul Wright. At ends, W. Davidson and Bill Eubanks stood out, but performances of Chic Gladding, Ceorge Westem, and John Dodson are not to be overlooked. John Pivarnik was the No. 1 tackle. ln the line his work was little less than sensational as he teamed with George Cooper and Charles Day. Equally impressive at guard was Larry I-lazel. although he was only a shade better than Phil Frve and Fred Geiter. a pair of rugged gridmen. C. P. Swinnev and Charles Beauchamp shared the center spotlight. For the first season Freshman Coach Tad Smith had an additional member to his frosh tutorial staE in Lloyd 1Bullyl Xvhite. a real asset to future Rebel forewalls. COACH TAD SMITH COACH BULLY WHITE . ' f 53'-5 f-13' 5.i!vLl-1514- -. . ,im ' 31,1 1 h in 1 A '5' ' Q., fi N, .:f""""' 'igvsafzs ' . -1 f T' ., ,ry I E: gay . s, V A lr- I 1 A-MAH . K . J' . , 'S QQ . 4-,,. ' Wrbgavf. ' i -. ' - I NHQICZV A. -in 51' vg A'-J - wunggg, n ve - . fm , 5, 4 - . , rg - , ' H . .- X . . ' Q ,' 4 ' "Q "- I1 I-. 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They grabbed at the cagers from the start, and not until the final game had been played, did they let up on their tenacious hold. Playing under a new coach, the inexperienced squad suffered one of the worst seasons handed an Ole Miss cage team in years. Nine victories were all the Reb quintet could amass from a schedule of 24 games, although the Mississippi cage unit of the hnal game was a vastly improved aggregation over the five who took to the hardwood in the early season. Of the nine tri- umphs, only four came within Conference ranks-set- ting a new low for recent years of basketball play at the University. The Rebels opened the campaign on the campus with a 43 to 40 1oss to Mississippi College. To Memphis they went for their next game, and with Guard Kimble Bradley tossing in the winning points, defeated Coca- Cola Bottlers, 51 to 50. The Water Valley Jaycees dished out a 33 to 31 setback, before the Rebels turned back Millsaps, 47 to 37, on the campus. Mississippi State provided the first Southeastern tilt, and Ole Miss came through with a 40 to 39 triumph, TOTHE LEFT Top to bottom: Action against L. S. U .... Ward shoots a tree one against Tulane . . . Bill Schneller, Kent Massengale. Decatur Butler, Maurice Coter Top to bottom: Coach FranlrJohnsong Irving Keller, All-Southeastern: Jesse Ward although the Staters came back the next night to win, 37 to 33. Conference warfare continued, and so did the Reb's tough luck, for L. S. U. administered another pair of losses, 42 to 41 and 42 to 34. The Red and Blue came through against Millsaps in a Jackson contest, but couldn't hold their own against Mississippi College, as they dropped another, 55 to 42. Tulane invaded the campus for the next set, and after Ole Miss had taken the hrst, 33 to 23, the Greenies turned on the pressure to win the second, 40 to 35. Southwestern followed Tulane and the Rebs won both games, 38 to 35 and 44 to 32. But that bit of success was only shortlived, and Ole Miss dropped both ends of a set to Alabama, 46 to 25 and 30 to 21. Mississippi State, however, brought on better luck. and again the home team was victorious, 44 to 43 and 33 to 30. That ended the Rebel winning. First it was L. S. U. by scores of 50 to 48 and 59 to 18. Then Southwest- ern, 48 to 33 and 49 to 38. And finally State College, 39 to 36 and 51 to 27. The starting lineup through most of che games con- sisted of Jesse Ward and Irving Keller at forwards, Captain Burnell Egger at center, and Kimble Bradley and Anse Blackwell at guards. In the Southeastern Conference finals the Mississip- pians gained a first round victory over Georgia Tech, but lost in the second round to Kentucky, who went on to win the Championship. Forward Keller was awarded a place on the All-Conference team. Left to right: Anse Blackwell, Captain Burnell Egger, Harold Peeples, Kimble Bradley REBELS IN THE RIN Ole Miss boxing for the year 1939 took a tumble that was inevitable in view of the many newcomers on the inexperienced fistic squad. As a team the mittmen failed to impress, although several made excellent records for themselves as indi- vidual performers throughout the seasonal competition. Not so, however, in the annual Southeastern Confer- ence Tournament held at Tampa, Fla., when for the Hrst time in several seasons Ole Miss failed to gain a single championship. Steve Wilkerson, who was defending his National Intercollegiate title throughout the campaign, won his every fight in the six matches fought by the Rebels- only to drop a decision after reaching the finals bracket of the Southeastern. Wilkerson was the only Missis- sippi mitter to go through the sextet of bouts unscathed. Ray Medlock, a junior lightweight fighting his last season as a Rebel, was second only to Wilkerson in gaining renown-and he, too, dropped a decision in the Conference title round. He, however, was once deci- sioned during the year. Remainder of the squad included: Billy Ross, bantam- weight, Linton North, featherweight, Les Jaco and Joe Bullock, junior welterweightsg Chester Cockrell and George Lockheart, middleweights, E. B. Burns, light heavyweight, and Cliff Shirley, heavyweight. The Rebel boxers opened the year on the campus against Louisiana State and showed a squad that dis- played considerable promise. Medlock took the Hrst victory for the home team. And then Wilkerson won a decision over Louisiana State's Heston Daniels, who later defeated him for the Conference crown. Cockrell received a draw, followed by a draw for Burns, who was fighting the defending loop champ. The Mississippians came back with a bang against Alabama and slugged out their only win, 52 to ZZ. The home team's first points came when 'Bama forfeited to Medlock. Les Jaco drew, and the Capstone forfeited to Wilkerson. Cockrell, Burns, and Shirley concluded the evening with victories. Against Tulane in New Orleans, however, the Red and Blue sluggers were not so effective, and only Med- lock, Burns, and Wilkerson were able to come through with triumphs in Mississippi's 5 to 3 setback. With Wilkerson the only Rebel to come through with a win, Ole Miss took it on the nose 62 to IZ against Louisiana State in a return bout. Medlock received a draw for the other half-point. State College dealt out a similar licking the next week, and again it was Wilkerson who kept the Univer- sity in the winning column. Burns this time received a draw. The home team spotted the visiting Maroons the first two bouts then came back to win enough to earn a tie out of the night's proceedings in the final of the season. Medlock, Wilkerson, Burns and Shirley won for Ole Miss. TOTHE'RIGHT Top fo boffomz Coach Edwin "Goa+" Hale, Sieve Wilkerson, , Ray Medlock Top 'ro bofiomz Wilkerson lands one againsl' Daniels of L. S. U. . . . Medlock in a clinch . . . E. B. Burns, Billy Ross, Joe Bullock, Leslie Jaco Leif fo righ+: Linton Norfh, Chesfer Cockrell, George Davis, Cliff Shirley -if i Vi.. 4' '-K Qi' X A, 'ISS Yi UL MISS ,J I 11? ' aa, 155 5 f N ly ix ILE yuss 3 A 'imvx , , .aarx , 1 ,K 'Ls 1' -:Q-. ,- .4-A., . I ,. I I .W I Jie-' 1- A .hi 'I U" 1 '10 R - . K ,Y 'ff'f,' ,. ,4- 1 i ! nf,-1 gal,- l I . I iq V 'Q- 1 'A 'r 1 I .X X anhiull ,--new 1 ,xy-4 fi-iw 'A N' f 5 1-3 -: 'f"--P 1- A: "EW ,i z p ...Y up X. QQ 1 W 'N 0 'Uh , 'gf QL an 57.- , , 45,3- 11 , 1- .1 -1 1 NL .9 nr-Tl' ',4 . ,,x:..-Q ' 3' 1 .I -.-.Q - 'v nn' A sf. I- -If-A .ug "tsl I xx, ' it Cad s .Y .,,. .e,,- .". BJ 3 59' I 5.-' 1 'Ti -- f-ef .3515 N. . TRACK 938 REBELS ON THE CINDERS The smile of Dame Fortune came closer than close to missing the Rebel tracksters of 1938 en- tirely. In fact, the fair lady of fate did not make herself conspicuous during the first three meets with Southeastern Conference opponents before she put in a belated appearance in a triangular finale in Memphis. Graduation had hit the squad of the previous year-hit hard, too, and the Rebel tracksters couldn't muster the strength to cope with the ex- perienced thinclads representing Tulane, the Uni- versity of Alabama, and Mississippi State College. They hit their stride at least once, though, and took the edge over Southwestern and Mississippi College in a three-way affair in Memphis to close their schedule. TO THE LEFT Leff fo right, Top Row: Joe Simpson, Ray Medlock, Billy Kidd, Guy Hafhorn. Second Row: Eddie Mack Morgan, Ray Hapes. Harold Mosfkoff, Berf Kidd. Third Row: Jesse Ward, Bruiser Kinard, Dick Sfaggers, Parker Hail The Johnny Rebs opened the campaign against Tulane in New Orleans, and showed up favorably in holding the Greenies to a '55 to 42 margin. The following week the team returned to the local campus for a 67 to 44 loss to Alabama, before dropping the final loop meet to State College, 96 to 24, one of the worst beatings suffered by an Ole Miss squad in many years. Billy Kidd, who starred in the weights, the broad jump, and with the javelin, was perhaps the outstanding man on a squad that couldn't get started. Jesse Ward, however, was right on his heels for individual honors, and set the only new school record made all season-a mark of 12 feet 6 inches for pole vault competition. A new deal on the cinder paths seems likely for Ole Miss at present, with Weems Baskin, nation- ally prominent track coach from Georgia, in charge of the squad. CROSS COUNTRY TRACK TEAM Leff fo righfz Harold Godman, Dick Sfaggers. Guy Hafhorn, Bernard Yaffe, Joe Simpson in ' Linlgii 1 'A .' ll n., AQ in G., -:L .ir IM' n! Wing .ff .-, . I- 1 If REBELS 0 THE DIAMOND The Rebel baseball team found a pair of pitchers with more on the ball than their hand and rocked to one of the best seasons in years. Coached by Tad Smith, the Ole Miss diamond aggrega- tion played 20 games-won 13, lost six and tied one- for a seasonal average of .684. Southeastern Conference competition, however, failed to go as well, with the Rebs victors in five of twelve contests, one going for a tie. But, as a whole, the Red and Blue baseball year was more than anticipated. Ike Pearson proved himself a most capable hurler in his first year out, and righthander Gor- don Smith showed himself to be a really steady mounds- man after one season of activity. In the meantime, jimmy Tillman, a lefthander, developed into an excellent relief man. Dick McAllister handled backstop chores. Dave Glea- son was on first, Spider Favre on second, Irving Keller on short, Bayne Shannon on third, Bill Neely in left, Kent Massengale in center, and Paul Busby in right. The Rebels opened the year with a pair of victories over Millsaps College, followed by four consecutive triumphs at the expense of Delta State Teachers College. Conference competition opened with Louisiana State, TO THE LEFT Top 'lo boffomz Rebels fally against Auburn . . . An easy ouf a+ firsf . . . Spider Favre ltnoclts ouf a hi+ against Sfafe. Leff fo righf, fop row: Kenf Massengale, Bayne Shannon. Second row: Dick McAllis+er, Irving Keller. Third row: Paul Busby, Bill Neely. Fourfh row: Spider Favre, Dave Gleason. and the Mississippians held the Bengals to an 11-inning scoreless deadlock in the inaugural, but the Tigers rallied to eke out a one-run, 6 to 5, margin in the finale. Two nip-and-tuck engagements with the defending con- ference champions, the Auburn Plainsmen, were next up for Coach Smith's unit. The Plainsmen staged a ninth inning comeback to take the hrst, 6 to 5, but couldnit stop the Rebels in the second of the series and bowed, 4 to 3. To Tuscaloosa went the Red and Blue, and with them two games at the hands of the hard-hitting Alabama nine. But ill-luck soon came to an end, and before the return to the campus, the University representatives had taken the first two of three victories from Mississippi State College, 4to3and5to4. The Rebs made it three straight with a 4 to 3 triumph over Louisiana State in their annual visit to Baton Rouge, but couldn't maintain their pace and dropped the last of the series, 11 to 5. Cn the return trip, however, they dealt two defeats to Millsaps in Jackson, 12 to 2 and 8 to 2. As the season drew to an end, Mississippi State College made its last stand in a pair of campus engagements, with the home team taking the first in an 8 to 6 slugfest and dropping the second, 6 to 2. The '38 Rebel baseball team was a team of youngsters -a team of rookies, who when put together seemingly clicked as a unit to give Mississippi an excellent campaign as far as the victory column is concerned. As Sophomores and Juniors, they return for the nucleus for what should be one of the greatest diamond aggrega- tions Ole Miss has fielded in many a year. In the infield Favre and Shannon have gone, with Neeley the only ab- sentee in the outfield. Top-left fo rigl1+: Jimmy Tillman, llte Pearson, Gordon Smifh, Dave Singleton Boffom-lefr fo righf: Sfyron Wesf, Joel Simpson, Parlrer Hall, Alex Payne, Manager .. 4 ' is it tiff Q..- ' 'zfiifikki , P' +,,:' 1 11, in . -- .meeafz , , 1 1 " 'il 'B .gf 1. r I Y 5 . 2 a . J. .4 l'!"'sevs ' gm-v. .. new 5: 1 . li' C NI 4 i A X vi '.T.?,f4,93?,me. ,.3,,.X ' A as-M, 4: ..-'ik A-'L-, H- . Q . . . r 'J3 Q3-,Z Ly v 5 ,. ,,,- Lt' 1-101.425 ' .. ,.. - , f . -X . .-,,,,,v , A 'mn X gf'2f."v-1-f A - ' ul L . '. X 8' J, 'i .: J ,4 Q D, 2 1 li ' .': " W f.- , a, W. . - "' " 7'93'QyJJ 55 ,z LW '. ..,f- ,, -9 gqrfi .xy-I .f . Q' x , -N 1 A f-Sign ' 1: -uni- fn..-. Nw. K , ,, M N-r, 'A , In IF 'fi LP: 73 H ff! ' M 5 A if -if' M . , N ' Q?Zal:wV.'2 1, W, ,352 "" ' f' - ' N ,Ji Q' ,JY lr-ss "P, lu- 'NAM ...War- P ":.32'r"' wi H, v 1.4M 'Ny qv ' Qmf - '.aH1-M .QQ ty-wg fm 'dgqh - n 4- R . 2 , 1 , gb 2 0 - z - vi, g , I v 7 s N ,I 6 " ,P sd! ' 1 1 ,fl R' .ff -31' . Q I N., ,-X ' . W ' Nr' l C 1 J' I I 1 " 'iw' ., , xi ?Mf . J., ,J ,IN qi 4 lu- . . ' 1, ' I' , .1 A aw' , F -A . , .' 9 L f ,, 5 M-.. - , .' . .V - A ' xf .g:,,1 g,.1g H A . v , ' B F 87' ar My W. , -..f-' - 4' F Left fo right: Westbrook, Marlin, Pearson, Maddox REBELS ON A vastly improved unit over the previous year, the Ole Miss golf team went through a highly successful season with five victories and one defeat. The Rebel golfers opened their campaign with a 12 1-2 -5 1-2 victory over Tulane, as Captain Alonzo Westbrook set the pace in turning down the Greenies' Southeastern Conference champion, D'Antoine. Additional triumphs over Wayne University of De- troit, Louisiana Polytechnic Institute, and Southwestern followed on the local links, before the Rebels went to Memphis to receive their only setback at the hands of the previously beaten Southwestern golfers. The season closed with a keenly-contested 10 to 8 victory over Mississippi State College in Greenwood. Left fo right: Alonzo Westbrook, Billy Martin, Robert THE LINKS Dick Maddox filled the No. 1 slot for the Mississip- pians, with Westbrook, No. 2, and Billy Martin, No. 3. Ike Pearson, Ben Adams, and Robert Kincade alter- nated playing No. 4. The team was coached by Dr. John Wolfe, head of the Department of Psychology. The past year probably saw the most progress in his- tory in regard to improvements on the local course. Grass greens were installed, several holes lengthened, and par increased an additional two strokes. General interest in the game also was on an upward trend, with Billy Martin of Jackson winner over a com- paratively large field in the annual school tournament. Martin defeated Steve Zaramba for the title. Kincade, Ben Adams, llce Pearson, Dick Maddox fi Q 1 'x lr 1 1 1: vl W 'x .XVI 1 X S , I IX ! XJ!-,W ff' .- - M ,ff ,fy 3,3 ' 3 ' , VV ,xy .K ZZ X12 Q Mai, .. Q, v- ' - . S , ,QL .-5, ' - -rv 1 . .fn -aa . . .. - J W . ,Qi - .:, .. ,QL . V'v,' .9-1 - 1' if 2:3 tv. Ti. I n to ,.'L , I' - .N 1 if L "' . . 1. -- ..' 4 .'r i'-0 ,. a SELEETIU BEAUTY-BEAUTY-BEAUTY! BUSI-IELS OF BOLD, BRAZEN BEAUTY! OOBS OF OILDED GRACIOUSNESS! AND ONCE MORE CAME TI-IE TIME TO SELECT OLE MISS' TWENTY-FIVE MOST BEAUTIFUL-ONCE MORE CAME TI-IE TIME TO NAME THE FIVE MOST BEAUTIFUL- TI-IEOUINTETWI-IO RATED, NOT ONLY I-IIGI-I. BUTACE-I-IIGI-IWITI-ITI-IEIRCI-IARM,PERSON!! ALITY AND LOOKS. A PROBLEM? NAW! NOT MUCI-I-WI-IAT WITI-I ALL TI-IESE TI-IREE I-IUN- DRED FIFTY ARMS FULL OF LOVELINESS RUN- NINO LOOSE IN OUR FOUR COED DORMITORIES. NAW! NOT MUCI-I! SOOOOOO- IT WAS TI-IAT ONCE AGAIN TI-IE ANNUAL "STYLE SI-IOW AND BEAUTY REVIEW" WAS I-IELD WITI-I TI-IE RESULT TI-IE SELECTION OF TI-IE TWENTY-FIVE "CAMPUS FAVORITES." TI-IAT DONE, MORE PONDERING RESULTED FOR TI-IE STAFF-AND TI-IEN .... TI-IE LOCAL CI-IAPTERS OF OMICRON DELTA KAPPA. LEADERSI-IIP FRATERNITY, AND BLUE KEY. SERVICE FRATERNITY, UNMARRED BY POLITI- CAL AFFILIATION, UNSCATI-IED BY PARTY LINES-VOTED OLE MISS' FIVE MOST BEAUTIFUL COEDS-A REPRESENTATION WI-IICI-I TI-IE I939 OLE MISS IS PROUD TO PRESENT I-IERE- WITI-I--A REPRESENTATION JUSTIFIABLE OF ANY CAMPUS IN TI-IE NATION! 1 IVIISSJEANW Vivacious, friendly, radiant-Miss Jean Mall- ing reigned as Ole Miss, first Queen of the May. Created by the Executive Council of the Asso- ciated Student Body, the position is second only to Miss Ole Miss, and Miss Malling-exemplifying the typical Ole Miss co-ed-was a perfect selec- tion, a unanimous choice, in setting the precedent. Miss Malling's oflicial presentation was at a May Dance in the Gym. Her court, composed of six co-eds, representatives of the entire student Ulllll ll ALCNNQ body, inciuded Miss Elizabeth Cook, Miss Mar- garet Sharp, Miss Christine Murphree, Miss Ruth Zinke, Miss Hope Barnes, and Miss Fay Bunch. In addition, she was presented at a gala "Ole Miss Night" at Memphis' Hotel Claridge, to the music of Mississippi,s favorite maestro, Herbie Holmes. Blessed with all the charm and grace of our "ideal" co-ed, Miss Malling served well as Ole Miss' first Queen of the May. 611 'XXYB QYQSXX 'em F' I Sowoem sQXe1x?xoxfQ6e gzweexx Qmt was Qne oX2s SouQi1f6we S0069 as we Xoxle 'eo .QCixoY- oi 'x'efQ0e S0060 whose kxosexxdxeeq wa :ofowce eoeke os wwe xo mm 'cada Amo Coe Qmges oi Kxsnocqfkxax be sevemxg, Qne xoadlgmooxxd, oi OXe Nxxsis X Cotooaixoo SAX 'xo Sleeves. LoQeXfq weed Xxx-as OXe Nxxss, 995 is xexgn as 'Qing QS ' 'Ne V59 Bam Qte- was e goose eoXo6so Bess 31005 was ceo Eiekeq began a qea 5. SQEVAX Remotes vo xvaodxo-0 eqQ1ceX oi Qve Ahosxess Qomaqed eoooo, wa oeexs, oi Que War viese Q0e erecuou wat Qeixoa, Q0e gexixavo adxooeki YN Oi. and 5515.51 owe oi Coe Qwe quo-an xoewu Xlkxgxxixa Shekel , Lemme 'Gx 0, XQMxa'o 'Y oXXos. Z X' so gc Xaszkj, Coe c Xgmq Yxeodexsoo, 'oxoogkg HJXXJQ Sbaooo XX S! 'gxgvxcie 5x Gia ' oi 'ab ost an X16 'WX Q .YW , . " ' "' .uf?A."' ,yn 'n . 1 ' ' .ya L. - , , N . 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The jitter-bugs and the slow leaks alike 5 . . . Music to suit by the genteel Stabile . . . A study in personality . . . A swell fellow to get along with. Second semester matriculation hardly over, the fun begins for the Hrst dance . . . The newest suit and the most dazzling evening dress . . . Both lend to the at- lnfermission mosphere-there's nothing like that first mid-term dance . . . All excited, that trek to the dormitory . . . Date late as usual . . . Get to the dance at 8:30 . . . Music's in full force . . . No dancers yet . . . Guess somebody'll have to start it . . . But let it be somebody besides me . . . The first no-break with the date . . . The one we thought we were in love with back the first of October . . . Haven't had but one or two dates with her since . . . But didn't have the heart to break this one . . . Guess everybody'll know better next time. Good gosh! It's the second no-break . . . Now let me see . . . just too many dances to keep those no-breaks straight . . . Oh, yeah . . . That standing second no- break . . . I better write the rest clown as I think of 'em. Diclc Sfabile "A Rhythmic New Deal And so on for two more dances . . . Leadouts for the Professional Schools and the "M" Club . . . for the Music School and the Glee Club . . . for the B.A. School and the honor societies-UDK, Blue Key, The Tassel. The lad and lassie of the ball . . . Alex Gilliam . . . Knox Polk . . . The credit for the swell parties is theirs . . . Heads of the committee. "A rhythmic new deal" . . . with Dick Stabile. Alex Gilliam and Knox Pollr, King and Queen of Mid-Terms 'N . . l 9 1 "" :f f , QW ' 1 Y j'?,3L14' ' 1-ng. umm-f..R, x ' '21-'1 JJ if - 9 igf zfjglggiaa f, 1' A Q 1-if-,h . faq, ' - ,. ' ' f. , 5" li: .+ -. ' 1. -1. . Q? imgwivf, cf' 'WFP 3 "I!'F' Q ,g Q . 1, , , To Q3 gif 4 L g 'E ,Ann , I A PHUM1 EE ills Q 1 -I 'gal X X A T O L E M l S S X 0 Elliot Danzig, President of Student Body. Kenneth Crosby, President of 1937-38 Student Body, Paul Johnson, Presi- dent of 1936-37 Student Body. Mariette McDonald, President of Women's Government, Bess Wood, Miss Ole ' Miss, and Secretary of A. S. B. Harold Gotthelf, Secretary of Y. M. C. A., and Photographic Editor of the X OLE Miss. f Parker Hall, All-American Halfback, Kimble Bradley, Captain of the Football g ' Team, and King of Mardi Gras. wg ' Homer Turner, President of Interfraternity Council. Eddie Mack Morgan, Head Cheerleader, and Business Manager of the 1938 OLE Miss. Coleman Branton, Editor of the Mississippi Law Journal, Dan Shell, Assistant Business Manager of the Law Journal. Billy Mounger, President of O. D. K., and ex-President of Y. M. C. A., Bobby Wall, President of Blue Key, and Editor of the 1937 OLE Miss. Francis Bowling, Floor Chairman of the Dance Committee, Knox Polk, Girls' Chairman of the Dance Committee, Alex Gilliam, Executive Chairman of the Dance Committee. Sim King, Business Manager of the OLE Miss. George Anderson, President of the Cardinal Club, Tommie Walker, President of B.A. School. L. A. Wyatt, President of Law School. Mary Cruise, President of Y. W. C. A., Erskine Wells, President of Y. M. C. A. John Kuylcendall, Business Manager of the Rebel, Dave Wettlin, Editor of the - Rebel. Fred Shaw, Editor of the Mississippian. Richard Watson, Business Manager of the Mississippian, Clifford Worsham, President of Pi Kappa Pi. Morgan Roseborough, Cadet Major, R. O. T. C. Tommie Gardner, Treasurer of Student Body, Mack Blackwood, Vice-Pres- ident of Student Body. Harold Burson, Director of Publicity. 19. 19 ll aw- 9 ll L -4 VX 'Q Gr P 1 1 . il PP 3 qv" 1 , 1 ,E xxx f X, 'Wm 3-s.. as-' X, X fj ffl U -1 gp... I, ...,-ff xx X. 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LoL'IsE L Delia Gamma DoR1s DANSBX' REBECCA EAsox LOUISE NAXNEY Delta Delta Della BETTY MCCABE lVlARTH.-X MCCOY Kxox POLK Kappa Delta ELMER HENRX' HELEN LUM VIRGINIA THIGPEN OFFICERS INDSEY . MEMBERS Chi Omega ANNA AYRES VIRGINIA SHELBY Brass Woon I 183 J . . . . .prcsizlent . Iliff'-Pl'F5ldf'lIf . .Svvrelary Trraszzrcr Phi .llu Nl.-XBEL KLAUS LOUISE LIxnsEx' GERTRUDE XVILKINSON Delta Zeta CATHERIxE FONTAINE NIARTH.-X SHEFFIELD IREXE XVOODRUFF Zeta Tau Alpha IoxE MAYER EVELYN HILLIN ,sa-.. Q' 6 xy, a ..,, YF' -e- -gy , Ts. . Q-. 341, ,a- C-7 "- Q T7 Q- XM' TQ ws. - .H A , wr' -,ev 9' ,4- 'Af Y 1-v 5 C T7 Zh 17 T T FIIII R-mf: Elsie Marks Hamilton, Viola james, Jessie Vic Russell, Miriam Wallace, Bess Wood, Roane Adams, Anna Ayres, XVillie Mae Blythe, Clara Frances Clisby. Second Row: Margaret Hardy, Ola White Jackson, Frances Kuyken- clall, Annette Lowe, Ethel McBee, Mariette McDonald, Mary Potter, Mary Frances Roe. Third Row: Betsy Smith, Corinne Toomer Corinne Aclcer, ustina Brown Frances Davis, Frances Fant Mar Elizabeth Glenn, Sara Cooper Row- . J . . Y Lear. Fimrlh Raw: Annie Fay Lomax, Mary Elizabeth Mitchell, Ninabel Neilson, Virginia Paxton, Rosebud land, Virginia Shelby, Esther Taylor, Edith Winn, Forest Bowen, Fifth Row: Robbie Coleman, Ruth Erwin, yariy :xt gueritc Holmes, Lenorc Kimbrough, Margaret McCoy, Tommye Wilsford, Frances Anderson, Jean Barlcsdale. Row: Mary Hartwell Bishop, Martha Bess Brown, jean Burnham, Anne Chase, Novelle Cox, Martha Ann Dyer, Mar- garet Fagin, Helen Fuller. Seventh Row: Courtney Gaither, Elizabeth Gillespie, Erin Guyton, Ruth Hall, Kitty glen- race derson, Ada Johnson, Dorothy Mae justice, Sally Kirk, Margaret Love. Eighfb Row: Mary Virginia McIntyre, Patterson, Helen Russell, Doris Seat, Alice Sharpe, lone Stewart, Maggie Sherman Taylor, Mary Louise Walcott. ,fx fX i ' i 'fx v-f l ff? 1 K I X -K l yk, 'x 1 1 Xxx?" ' J 1 fo. I ., I rox. if -' iff 5-fkQ?yi'frI fs we-A A f'i'i--'xrilr' I I .Mi xo ,Af-Q . .Af X I 4 I I K. ffl IW MRs. MRS. MRs. MRS. CHI CMEGA SO D. H. BISHOP J. B. BROWN A. B. BUTTS F. E. FARQUEAR MRS. HERMAN GLENN Miss MARY R. GLEEN Miss IRENE HOLLOW'AX' MRS. XVARNER HOLT MRS. JACK HUME MRS. MRS MRS. MRs. Miss MRS NJRS. Miss Miss AMY JOHNSON W. L. KENNON XVEX MALONE IRA L. MORGAN ELMA MEEK D. G. NEILSON F. M. PURsER MARGARET ROWLAN R MARY V. ROWLAND MRS. JOHN B. XJUOLFE ix'fiEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Graduates ELSIE MARKS HAMILTON . . ...... VIOLA JAMES .... JEssIE Vic RUSSELL MIRIAM WALLACE . BEss WOOD .... ROANE ADAMS . . . ANNA AYRES . . . . Seniors CLARA FRANCES CLISBY . MARGARET HARDY . . OLA WHITE JACKSON FRANCES KUYKENDALL ANNETTE LOWE . . . ETHEL MCBEE .... MARVFYTE MCDONALD MARY POTTER .... MARY FRANCES ROE . BETSY SMITH . . . . CORINNE TOOMER . . CORINNB ACKER . . . WILLIE MAE BLYTHE JUSTINA BROWN . . . FRANCES DAVIS . . . FRANCES FANT . . . . Juniors MARY ELIZABETH GLENN . . SARA COOPER LEAK . . . . . ANNIE FRY LOMAX . MARY ELIZABETH MITCHELL . . NINAEEL NEILSON ...... VIRGINIA PAXTON . . ROSEEUD ROWLAND . . VIRGINIA SHELBY . ESTHER TAYLOR . . EDITH WINN . FOREST BOWEN . . ROEEIE COLEMAN . . UTITH ERWIN .... MARGUERITE HOLMES ..... Sophomores LENORE KIMBROUGH, . . MARGARET MCCOY . TOMMYE WILsEoRD . FRANCES ANDERSON EAN BARKSDALE . . . PLEDGES J . . . . . MARY HARTWELL BISHOP . . MARTHA BEss BROWN JEAN BURNHAM . , . ANNE CHASE .. . . NOVELLE Cox .... MAR11iA ANN DYER MARGARET FAGIN . . HELEN FULLER . . . COURTNBY GAITI-IER . . ELIZABETH GILLESPIE ERIN GUYTON . . . . RUTH HALL . . . . Kl'ffY HENDERSON . ADA JOHNSON . . . . . DOROTHY MAE JUSTICE . . SALLY KIRK . . . . . MARGARET LOVE . . . . . . MARY VIRGINIA MCINTYRE . . GRACE PATTERSON . HELEN RUSSELL . . DORIS SEAT . . . . . ALICE SHARPE . . . . IONE STEWART . . . ...- MAGGIE SHERMAN TAYLOR . . MARY LOUISE WALGOT-r . . F1851 . . .lacksOn, , . .Gulfport, Miss Miss . . Jackson, Miss . . .Biloxi, Miss . .Baresville, Miss . . Natchez. Miss. . . Alexandria. Miss . .West Point, Miss . . Columbus, Nliss . . . . Natchez. Miss. . . Charleston, Miss . . . . Newton, Miss . . . Greenwood, Miss . , Memphis, Tenn. . . . . Augusta. Ga . . .Greenwood. Miss . . . . Canton. Miss . . .Tupelo, Miss . . . Aberdeen, Miss . Lake Cormorant, Miss . . Hattiesburg, Miss. . . . . .Como. Miss . . Memphis. Tenn . . . . .OxfOrd, Miss . .Yazoo City, Miss . . .Greenwood, Miss . . .Oxford, Miss . . . Oxford, Miss . . Greenville, Miss . . , .Oxford, Miss . . . Clarksdalc. . . Vicksburg . . . Laurel, . . . .TupelO, Miss , Miss Miss Miss . . . Clarksdale, Miss Crystal Springs , Miss Miss. . . . .Vaiden. Miss . . . Greenwood, Miss . .Greenville, Miss . . . .Lula. Miss . . Corinth, Miss . .Jaclcson, Miss . . University, Miss . . Grenada, Miss . . Magee, Miss . . . Lucy, Tenn . . . Baldwyn, Miss . .Lexington, Miss . .Memphis, Tenn . . Greenville, . . .Moscow, Tenn . .Jackson, Miss . . .Oxford. Miss . . .Tunica, Miss . . Charleston, Miss . . Lexington, Miss . . . Tallaulah, La. . . Greenville, Miss . . Jackson, Miss . . . .Alpine, Tex . . .Clarksdale, Miss . . . .Tunica, Miss . . Jackson, Tenn . .Corinth Miss. , . . Osylca., Miss . . . Como, Miss . . Greenville, Miss ITY Founded 1895 Colors Cardinal and Straw Flofwvr VVhite Ca rnation Eighty-seven Active Chapters TAU CHAPTER Established 1899 XXL 4 D - an 'Z 'If' - f" ' 5 1 cf' v o T X 'I L- ta xr" Q X ,. 40 Q V' :IF T7 if Y l ',.fYx F. 'J ff! 'og' - as 'Q ? fi 'X T' it Su 1 E' Fm: Run: Catherine Hope Aldrich. Dorothv Brown. Lucy Jane Connell. Ruth Cranford. Betty XlcCalt-e. Slartha fVlcCov. Elizabeth Pleasants. Ethel Price. Second Ron-: Julia Somerville, Nlarv Spain Usrev. lxlaude Nlagee Bolton, ,lennie Davis. Sarah Everett. Elsie Herman. Elizabeth Nash. Ti-in! Row: Elizabeth Nelson. Knox Polk. Catherine Small'--wood. ,lane Stephenson. Camille Summers. Lillian Tullos. Brownie Burton, Bae Gene Kramer. Fourllr Ron: Genevieve Long. Eleanor Niyers. ,lane Sansing .Nlary Almer rkhlev. Shirley Bailey, Eugenia Bradford. Elizabeth Cranford, Voorhies Daniels. Fiflb Row: Nlyrtle Louise Embree. Annette Carter Featherstone. Anne Ferris. ,lovce Esther Hoffman. Jane Roulston Huggins. Nlartha Jane Hughes. Elouise Jones. Beryl Jordan. Sixth Roar: Sara Rollins Lewis. Virginia Little. Ruthe Minor. Frances Virgene Mize, Celia Terry Mulloy, Marijean Pate, Blartha Pate. Se-renlh Row: Hazel Pigford. Sara Elizabeth Rainer, Grace Sartin. Katherine Steger, Roselle Turner. Dott Vaid:n, Anna Louise Vfard, Billie Vfiggins. CN. 5 --...el X . is . f- ,N , , M, iff. x . iifqi i if DELTA DELTA DELTA SORORITY ALUAINAE IN TOWN MRS MARGARET BRADY MRS. JEFF HAMM MRS. CALVIN BROWN MRS. BRANHAM HUME MRS DAVID CARTER MISS KATHERINE MURRY MRS BAXTER ELLIOT Miss MARY NEIL MRS B. S. GUYTON MRS. DAN ROY MRS WILL LEWIS MRS. J. A. SMALLWOOD MRS. JACR LILLY MISS EVELYN STONE MRS A. H. LILLY MRS. R. L. SULLIVAN MISS ELIZABETH XVADE NIEMBERS IN LINIVERSITY Seniors CATHERINE HOPE ALDRICH ....... ...... J ackson, DOROTHY BROWN . . . . LUCY JANE CONNELL . . RUTH CRANEORD .... BETTY MCCABE . . . MARTHA MGCOY . . . ELIZABETH PLEASANTS . ETHEL PRICE ..... JULIA SOMERVILLB . MARY SPAIN USREY . MAUDE MAGEE BOLTON JENNIE DAVIS ..... SARAH EVERETT . ELSIE HERMAN . . ELIZABETH NASH . . ELIZABETH NELSON . . KNOX FOLK ...... CATHERINE SMALLWOOD JANE STEPHENSON . . . CAMILLE SUMMERS . . LILLIAN TULLOS . . Miss . Water Valley, Miss . . . Memphis, Tenn. . . .Lx-Iurel, Miss . . Vicksburg, Miss . . . .Laurel, Miss . .Minter City, Miss. . . . .Tupelo, Miss. . . . .Paris, Tenn. . . Fayette, Miss . .Tupelo, Miss . . .Oxford, Miss . . .Clarendon, Ark . . .LauIel, Miss . . .Tupelo, Miss . . .Cleveland, Miss . . Inverness, Miss . . .Oxforcl, Miss . . .Cotintl'I, Miss . .Hushpuclcena Miss . . . . .Pace, Miss BROWNLB BURTON . . . . .Camon, Miss BAE GENE KRAMER . . . .McComb, Miss GENEvIEvE LONG . . . .Tupelo, Miss ELEANOR MYERS . . . Meridian, Miss JANE SANSING . . . . .Pace, Miss. MARY ALINER ASHLEY . . . Hallandale Miss SHIRLEY BAILEY .... . .Ellisville, Miss EUGENIA BRADFORD . . .... Vaiden, Miss ELIzAEETI-I CRANEORD . ..... Laurel, Miss VOORHIES DANIELS . . . . .Holly Springs, Miss MYRTLE LOUISE EMBREE ...... ..... C oino, Miss. ANNETTE CARTER FEATHERSTONB . . .... Indianola, Miss. ANNE FERRIS ............ . . Holly Springs, Miss. JOYCE ESTHBR HOFFMAN . . .Memphis, Tenn. JANE RoULsToN HUGGINS . . .Waynesboro Miss. MARTHA JANE HUGHES . . . Oakland, Miss ELOUISB JONES .... . . .Belzoni, Miss. BBRYL JORDAN ..... . . Hollandale, Miss SARA ROLLINS LEWIS . . . . .Batesville, Miss VIRGINIA LITTLE . . . . .Blyrheville, Ark RUTHB MINOR ..... . .Paulet1:e, Miss FRANCES VIRGENE MIzE . . Forest, Miss. CELIA TERRY MULLOY . . . .Laurel, Miss MARIJEAN PATB .... . . .Senatobia, Miss MARTHA PATH ..... . . . Senatobia, Miss HAzEI.. PIGFORD ..... . . .Meridian, Miss SARA ELIZABETH RAINER . . Yazoo City, Miss GRACE SARTIN ..... . . Hattiesburg, Miss KATHERINE STEGER . . . . Woodville, Miss ROSELLB TURNER . .... Shaw, Miss DO11' VAIDEN .... .... V aiden, Miss ANNA Louxss WARD . . . .Haniesburg, Miss BILLIB WIGGINS . . . .Indianola, Miss if lfl87fI I J- .-I ,wr Founded 1888 Colors Silver, Gold, Zlllfl Bluff Flofwfr Pansy Eighty-seven Actix e Chapters CHI CHAPTER Esfablislzrrl 1904 L '-1143, . I i- ., X ,s X , N X ,K f Iv- A- .MI',1,r l ,, ,R s,fQf7,j . aw ,. .REA , X553 , fi is w , I I i , . . ,, I ig N3 A ia 5 I n 'xs X V, 3 V' ' , 3 "" 5, ' w in ' X Q Q-f ' 0 2 H if' 'tr Y 'PS' If .40 TD H 3 .X kv l Lf- t First Row: Stuart Backstrom, Marguerite Freeman, Louise Lindsey, Lu Lee Banks, Nlabel Owen Klaus, Dorothy Reeves. Second Ron: Anna Catherine Sledge, Allie Mabel Smith, Marianne Thaxton, Gertrude W'illcinson, Carolyn Reed. Grace Adams. Third Row: Nliriam Briggs, Sue Canon. Susan Dabney. Dorothy Fallcner, Dolores Hemphill. Beverly Hobbs. Fourth Row: Mary Dean Holmes. Jessley Johnson, Louise McRae, Violet Mulvenna. Alella Revnolds, Marie Robison. Frfrh Row: Evlyn Shan- non, Norma Shufford, Mary Lee Snereid. Tamora Spann, Dixie Sparlcman, Barbara insley. S R R I .AxLL'MNAE IN TOWN MRS CARI. COERS MRS H. M. MORSE MRS. Lous PERKINS MRS. XVILLIAM PRICE MRS MRS MRS. MRS. C. 0. SM.xI.I..lNG ED STONE H. VV. GATES GENE BRAMLETT BIEMBERS IN IJNIYERSITY Seniors STUART BACKSTROM . . Lcakesville, Rfliss. lhl.-XRGUERITE FREEMAN LOUISE LINDsEx' . . LU LEE BANKS . . . MABEL OWEN KI.AL's DOROTHY REEYES . . ANNA CATHERINE SLEDGE . ALLIE lvl.-XBEI. SMITH MARTANNE 'FHAXTON GERTRUDE XVILKINSON CAROLYN REED . GRACE ADAMS . MIRIAM BRIGGS . SUE CANON . . SUSAN DABNEY . . DOROTHY FALKNER . DOLORES HEMPHILI. . BEVERLY Homss . . MARY DEAN HOLMES JESSLEY JOHNSON . . Lois MIDDLECOFF . LOUISE MCRAE . . VIOLET NTULVENNA . ALELLA REYNOLDS . MARIE ROBISON . . EVLYN SHANNON . . NORMA SI-IUEEORD . MARY' LEE SNEED . TAMORA SPANN . D1xIE SPARKMAN . BARBARA TINSLET . . . Lake . . Laurel, Nliss. . . Laurel, Miss. Memphis, Tenn. . . Nlacon, Bliss. . . -lackscn, Bliss. . . Parchman, Miss. . . . Oxford, Miss. Cryxtal Springs, Miss. . . .Slz'elby, Rfliss . . Oxford, Miss. . . Tunica, Miss. . Memphis, Tenn. . . . Tunica, Miss. Crystal Springs, Miss. . . . Oxford, Miss. . . .Oxford, Miss. . . Greenwood, Miss. . .Tunica, Miss. . . Cleveland, Miss. . . Memphis, Tenn. . . Laurel, Miss. . . Red Oaks, Iowa . Greenville, Miss. . . . Oxford, Miss. . . Batesville, Miss. . . Oxford, Miss. . . Raymond, Miss. . . Cooksville, Miss. . Oxford, Miss. Cormorant, Miss. .f ,S N , N1 TY Founded I8-S2 Colors Rose and VVhite Flour:- Enchantress Carnation ' ALPHA DELTA CHAPTER Establishfd 1924 f-T. K X X ' ' f"f"if'1if 4 Xa N Xi .N x Na, . 1. . l . -S . s..fx.- x-,A - .R . xss-N - . 4 .mg ,- y A 4 ,X . , 2 I , ,. .t ' fog l If J ' X J Il89l ' Q .5 fllis A i X iff! XI A RA 15-. fi X XI f X X is DUN fx- rf Gi 1 Y v 3 : T if T 2 are f ' - E' T 3 is Q I., lb- 11 ' ff :On 'Q' F1151 Row: Gene Alberstetl, Elmer l-lenry, Frances Belcher. Kathleen Gore. Slarjorie Gibson, Pauline Hartman. Helen Lum. Second Row: Catherine Rand, Eleanor Strowd. Nlartha King Vfilev. Nlargaret Xwilliams. Nancv Cashman. Ruth Gaskell, Third Run: Nlartha Howerton. Jean Littlepage, Nlarrha Lott. hflargaret Kleaders. Virginia Thigpen. Klan' Vfiley, Sue Keel. Fourth Raw: Anne Brav. Nlarv Irene Cafhman. Klan' Eliza- heth Cook, Sallv Cooke, Virginia Esch. Virginia Franklin. Bessie Klae Gardner. Fxfzl' Row: Margaret Hewes. Frances Hopkins. Naomidel Jenkins. Jane Keel. Nliriam Nlills. Marv Jane Newson. Sink Run: Billie Orr. Dorothv Reeve. Tat Smith. Frances Thompson. Blarjorie Vfilson. Lvnerre XY'oods. Ripple Yarlfer. Cel ,-Q TN KX ,:K X .- Ni fi 5' ' fa-,eff3Q :gf 'eff' lb 481 .4 K' ,f-F33 PPA DELTA SORORITY AI.I.'AINAE IN TOWN Miss EDNA AVENT MRS. Ross BROXVN MRS. R. M. GuEss MRS. E. N. Lows Miss FR.ANi3Es MARRETTE Miss SUE NiURPHY MRS. DAVID NEILSON, JR MRS. GUY TURNEOW MRS. RALPH XYJILSON RIEMBERS IN LTNIVERSITY GENE AI.sERsTE1-r . . ELMER HENRY . . FRANCES BELCHER . . KATHLEEN GGRE . . MARJORIE GIBSON . . PAULINE HARTMAN . HELEN LUM . . . ELEANOR STROWD . . MARTHA KING WILEY MARGARET WILLIAMS . NANCY CASHMAN . RUTH GASKELL . . MARTHA HOWERTGN . JEAN LITTLEPAGE . MARTHA LOTT .... MARGARET MEADERS . CATHERINE RAND . . VIRGINIA THIGPEN . MARY WILEY . . SUE KEEI. . ANNE BRAY ..... MARY IRENE CASHMAN MARY ELIZABETH Cooic SALLY COOKE .,... VIRGINIA Esci-I .... VIRGINIA FRANKLIN . BESSIB MAE GARDNER MARGARET HEwEs . . FRANCES HOPKINS . . NAoMInEL JENKINS . JANE KEEI. .... MIHIAM MILLS . . . MARY JANE NEWSOM BARBARA ODLE . . . BILLIE ORR . . DOROTHY REBVE . . TAT SMITH ..... FRANCES THOMPSON . MARJORIE WILSON . LYNBTTB Woons . . RIPPLE YAHBBR . . 3 Graduates . . . .Rockford, Ill. . .Long Beach, Miss Seniors . .Memphis, Tenn. . . Houston, Miss. . .I-lolcomb, Miss . . .Itta Bena, Miss . .Vicksburg, Miss . .Gulfport, Miss . . .Oxford, Miss . .Itta Bena, Miss. Juniors . .ViCksburg, Miss . .Memphis, Tenn . . . .Oxford, Miss . . Hattiesburg, Miss . . .Corinth, Miss . . .Vicksburg, Miss . . Hammond, La . .Vicksbufg, Miss Founded 1897 . . .Oxford, Miss Colors Sophomore Green and VVhite . . . . . . .Darling Miss Fiat-wrr ' ' ' ' ' VVh'Ite Rose Seventy Active PLEDGES Chapters . .Memphis, Tenn - -Vifksbufg. Miss ALPHA MU CHAPTER . . . .UIica, Miss Esfablisfzfd 1927 . . Memphis, Tenn. . . Memphis, Tenn. . . . .Oxford, Miss . . .Silver City, Miss. . .Gulfport, Miss . .Hickory, Miss. . . Bassield, Miss . . .Darling, Miss . . Brookhaven, Miss . . .Jackson, Miss . . Memphis, Tenn . . Memphis, Tenn . . .Vicksburg, Miss . . Hattiesburg, Miss. N . . Bay Springs, Miss. S-'Qc . . .Oxford, Miss fy!-1 . .Oxford, Miss. A A ii' . . Belmont, Miss X viii!! i19l1 .AIX . rgi- I I - ..' ,I ' .f xv xh l. E- 1 I I I G? 63 as 5 1 l i vu 'Q' 9 il fr- "" .Q i' 'P lu l 5 'E' in . rv- 'iv' 1 "G" u l 1' r Y '5 x l l 4 4 l I I First Row: Bettye Leonard, Louise Mann Crozier, Doris Dansby, Margaret Anne Den- nis. Second Row: Sara Rebecca Eason, Louise Nanney. Mary Frances Pryor, Helen Sexton, Aileene Adams. Third Row: Martha Arant, Evelyn Bass, Lucy NVebb Eason, Norma Gale. Fourth Row: Sarah Hand, Martha Kennedy, Mary Lou McLean, Fran- ces Monroe, Bette Madge Orr, Fifth Row: Mary Helen Rowe, Jeanne Thatcher, Mar- tha Frances Thomas, Patty Sue XVilliams. Zi r fs is B - AK 4 ', , V .f , 'fi LTA GAMMA SORORITY 0 ALUAINAE IN ITOXYN MRS. L. C. ANDREWS MRS. J. H. LOGAN MRS. D.-XX'IlJ CARTER MRS. IRENE MCLEAN MRS. L. Y. COBB MISS DOROTH OLDHAM MRS. J. C. CULLY MRS. GARNER OVVENS MRS. E. E. DAVIDSON MRS. I. E. PECUES MRS. WII.I.IAM FAULRNER MISS MRS. BILL HARMON MRS. MRS. DAVID HEDDLESTON MRS. MRS. FRANCIS J. HORNE MRS. MRS. LILI.IE HUDSON MRS. DAVID HUGHES MISS MRS. MARX' LOUISE PECLJ ES W. G. ROBERDS BR.-KMLETT ROB ERTS CLAUDE SELEY ELLA SOM ERVILLE HOLLAND VVILKINS MEMBER IN FACULTY MISS RUTH MCN EIL o NIEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors ADELINE ERLBACHER GLASHEEN BETTYE LEONARD . . LOUISE MANN CROZIER DORIS DANSEY . . . Junior: MARGARET ANNE DENNIS . SARA REBECCA EASON . . LOUISE NANNEY . . MARX' FRANCES PRYOR HELEN SEXTON . . . AXLEENE ADAMS . MARTHA ARANT . EVELYN BASS . . . LUCY WEBB EASON . NORMA GALE . . SARAH HAND . . . MARTHA KENNEDX' . MARY LOU MCLEAN . FRANCES MONROE . BEITE MADGE ORR . PLEDGES ff, MARY HELEN Rowe . . JEANNE TI-IATCHER . . . . K' N MARTHA FRANCES THOMAS .' PATTY SUE WILLIAMS ll93l . . .OxfOrd, . Kosciusko, . . . .Erwin, . .New Albany, Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. . . . .MOnrOe, La. . . New Albany, . . Tupelo, . . Hollandale, . . Hazlehurst, . . Tupelo, . . Oxford, . .HazlehurSt, . . New Albany, . . . .Gary . . Philadelphia, . . .Magee, . . . Banks, . Batesville, . . Fulton, . . Tutwiler, . . . .Gary . . . .AmOry, . .Philadelphia, Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss Miss. Miss Miss. , Ind Miss Miss Miss. Miss Miss Miss , Ind Miss Miss. . Founded 1874 Color: Bronze, Pink, and Blue Flofwer Cream-Colored Rose Fifty Active Chapters ALPHA PSI CHAPTER Establishrd 1936 PN 15 41 If in. 'E' is If-fx 3 a,"No T' 'w , 6' n f 5 '4 N l .L f X f .' 'gf fix A. f f J 1' , f .4 X N-r i v Fmt Row: Katherine Clark, Mildred Chadwick, Catherine Fontaine, Marguerite Smitl' Margaret Walker. Second Row: Lillian Dooley, Ruby Pritchard. Martha Sheffieldl Irene Woodruff, Frances Taylor. Third Row: Juanita Walker, Kathryn Belk, Susi mae Garner, Mary Margaret Grass. Fourth Row: Alda Loyd Hays, Mary Kate Heard Elizabeth Horne, Anna Brooke Shaw. Eloise Taylor. Fifth Row: Ruby Taylor, Eliza beth Turnage, Sibyl Turner, Dorothy Wait, Harriet Walker. , DELTA ZETAS ALLZXINAE IN Towx OR MRS. Smxrzi' CARLTUN Miss ll.XRRlE'l' JACKSON Miss lNill.IlRIiD Fukczusox Miss C'uARLoTTE Toon AIEMBERS IN FACULTY Miss GRACE Kim: Miss lN1ARY BETSY lN1AL'I'BY KIEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY KATHERINE CLARK MILDRED Cl-IADXYICK CATHERINE FONT.-UNE MARcuERxTE SMITH MARGARET VV.-XLKER LTLLTAR DooLEi' . RUBY PRITCHARD . Nl.-XRTHA SHEFFTELD IRENE Wooimurr . FRANCES TAYLOR . JUANITA YV.-XLKER . KATHRX'N BELK . SUSTMAE GARNER . . . Tupelo, Nliss . . Jackson, bliss. . Clarksdale, Miss. . . Sumner Miss. . Lambert, Miss. . Oxford, Miss. . Oxford, Miss. . . Fulton, Miss. . .Batesville Miss. McMinnville, Tenn. . . Lambert, Miss . Oxford, Miss. . . .Tunica, Miss MARY MARGARET GRASS . . Friars Point, Miss ALDA Lorn HATS . MART KATE HEARD ELIZABETH HORNE . ANNA BROOKE SHAW ELOISE TAYLOR . . RUBY TAYLOR . . ELIZABETH TURNAGE SIBYL TURNER . . DOROTHY WAITE . HARRTET YVALKER . . Little Rock, Ark . . .Oxford, Miss . Gulfport, Miss . . Oxford, Miss . Grenada, Miss . . Grenada, Miss Water Valley, . . . Oxford, . Oxford, . . Lambert, Miss Miss Miss. Miss ORITY Founded 1907 Colors Old Rose and Vieux Green Flourr Pink Killarney Rose Sixty-one Active Chapters BETA BETA CHAPTER Esialflixlml 1927 'R T' , T dk f I 4-q 'Ui 'P' J 'C' Fin! Row: Ione Zulma Mayer, Sara Clayton. Second Row: Grace Smith, Evelyn Jeannette Hillin, Laura Newman Bryant. Thxrd Row: Ellen Irene Dunahoo, Marga- ret Eugenia Jackson. Fourth Raw: Doris Loflin, Nancy Baskin Potter, Ruth Vivian Weis. ,Ax if 415' 16 '. F' 5 fx '1 rf" 53? 1 1 1 t L? 5 ,TQ 1 fl I gf ,ck 4 5 X559 j' ' ,1 ' 'J f -lr lx , ,,, Q ll Ill R Z TA TAU ALPHA SORCDRITY o MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Graduate IONE ZLJLMA NIAYER funiors SARA CLAYTON . . . Ripley, loliss GRACE SMITH . . Booneville, Miss Sophomore EVELYN .IEANNETTE HILLIN . Houston, Tex PLEDGES LAURA BIEYVMAN BRYANT . ELLEN IRENE DUNAHOO . IVIARGARET EUGENIA JACKSON DoRIs LOFLIN .... NANCY BASKIN POTTER . . RUTH VIVIAN WEIS . ll971 . . Edwards, Bliss. Ellisville, liiss lkioorhead, Nliss. . Bude, Miss . Jackson, Miss . Vaiden, Miss. Founded 1898 Colors Turquoise Blue 'Ind Steel Gras Flozwr YVhite X Iolet GAMMA DELTA CHAPTER Eslablislud 1938 E ' Sh. 'zivx if Elk JIT-Nzmf 1 55459 I , ,V R. 3' Fm! Row: Homer Turner, Thad Moseley, Tom Davis, Lucian Smith, A. C. Miller. Second Row: W. S. Shipman, Julius Tipton, Louie Hopkins, James Day, Wilson Ellis, Gene Caldwell. Third Row: Gaston jones, Robert Perry, Dave Singleton. Joe Friend. james Canfield, Robert Rollins. Fourth Row: Ramon Litton, Pete Conyers, Francis Bowling, Bill Neville, Phineas Stevens, Richard Wilkinson. Fifth Row: Sam Olden. George Anderson, Edward Ellis, Robert Wall, Hite McLean, Sim King. Sixth Row: Nathan Peters, Lawrence Brisco, John Whitten, Charles Hirsch, Elliott Danzig. nas ,qi . .'.. fW I-X INTERFRATERNITY CCUNCIL O OFFICERS HOMER E. TURNER . . . . . President THAD MOSELEX' . . . . Vice-President TOM DAVIS . . . Seereiary-Treasurer I MERIBERS Delta Kappa Epsilon Delta Psi THAD MOSELE1' A. C. MILLER LUCIAN SMITH W. S. SHIPMAN Della Tau Delta JULIUS R. TIPTON LOUIE HOPKINS Phi Pi Phi Phi Kappa Psi JAMES DAY GENE CALDVVELL WILSON ELLIS GAsToN JONES Sigma Chi ROBERT PERRY DAVE SINCLETON Sigma Phi Epsilon Pi Kappa Phi ToM DAVIS JAMES CANEIELD JAMES MAsoN JOE FRIEND Phi Epsilon Pi CHARLES HIRscI-I ELLIOTT DANzIc Kappa Sigma Alpha Tau Omega ROBERT ROLLINS PETE CoNYERs RAMoN Ll'l'I'0N FRANCIS BOWLING Kappa Alpha BILL N EVILLE PHINEAS STEVENS Sigma Alpha Epsilon Sigma Nu RICHARD WILKINSON GEORGE ANDERSON SAM OLDEN EDWARD ELLIS Phi Delta Theta ROBERT WALL HITB MCLEAN fn Pi Kappa Alpha Beta Theta Pi SIM KING LAWRENCE BRISCO S NATHAN PETERS Joan WHITTEN lfl991 - 4 T"b cvs 3- Win Sf' anew- JL.- X--"' ,rw , .17 av' . fun .ye-Q I2-. fv- 5' J fm F P. :W 's X Q., l V ,6 ' f iff? fn RA' X, K 1 ,V First Row: Kenneth Crosby, C. C. Stephenson, Jr., J. Cooper Adams, Steve R. Bark- er, Harold E. Haney, Thad M. Moseley. Second Row: S, Richard Staggers, John Kirk Adams, Ward Pipkin Deaton, William M. Foster, Charles S. Longino, Jr., Ed- ward Rather. Third Row: J. Lucian Smith, Jr., L. Davis Wesson, David O. Puck- ett, Jr., Thomas M. Sykes, Neil White, Thomas Adams. Fourth Row: Allan Col- houn, William Cox, Arthur Davidson, Jimmie Haddock, William Hargrave, Henry Jack Komegay. Fifth Row: Jack Kirkpatrick, Gene Murphy, J. B. Naugle, Owen Palmer, Edwin Watson, Alfred Wiley. I V. l J I I DELTA KAPPA EPSILON FRATERNITY RN... ,. K, Q 1 ,..s 5. . - .s l W R J 5, ALURINI IN TOWN DAVID G. NEILSON PHIL STONE DAVID G. NEILSON, JR. ROBERT HOLLEY NIEMBERS IN FACULTY F. E. FAROUE.-XR W. G. ROBERDS W. DWIGHT XVENTZ NIEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Graduates KENNETH M. CROSBY ...... . VVest Point, Miss. C. C. STEPHENSON, JR. . . . Holly Springs, Miss. O Seniors J. COOPER ADAMS ...... . . Corinth, Miss. STEVE R. BARKER . . . . Tupelo, Miss. HAROLD E, HANEY' . . . Oxford, Miss. THAD M. MOSELEY . . . . West Point, Miss. S. RICHARD STACGERS . . . West Point, Miss. funiors JOHN KIRK ADAMS . . . . . . Corinth, Miss. VVARD PIPKIN DEATON . . . Batesville, Miss. WILLIAM M. FOSTER . . . . . West Point, Miss. CHARLES S. LONGINO, JR. . . . Clarksdale, Miss. EDWARD RATHER . . . . Holly Springs, Miss. J. LUCIAN SMITH, JR. . . . VVest Point, Miss. THOMAS M. SYKES . . . Jackson, Miss. L. DAVIS VVESSON . . . Tupelo, Miss. Sophomores DAVID O. PUCKETT, JR ..... . . Tupelo, Miss. NEIL W. WHITE . . . . . Gulfport, Miss. PLEDOES THOMAS ADAMS ...... . . Tupelo, Miss. ALLEN S. COLHOUN . . Vicksburg, Miss. WILLIAM Cox . . . . . Oxford, Miss. ARTHUR DAl'lDSON . . . Greenville, Miss. JIMMIE HADDOCK . . . . . Philadelphia Miss. WILLIAM HARGRAVE . HENRY' JACK KORNEG.fiY JACK P. KIRKPATRICK GENE MURPHY . . J. B. NAUGLE . OWEN PALMER . EDWIN WATSON . ALFRED VVILEY . . . . . . Memphis, Tenn. . . VVest Point, Miss. . Clarksdale, Miss. . . Long Beach, Miss. . West Point, Miss. . . Gulfport, Miss. . West Point, Miss. . . . Tupelo, Miss. 'ir Founded 1844 Colors Crimson, Old Gold and Azure Flo-'wer Pansy Forty-six Active Chapters CHI CHAPTER Established 1850 tiff . fjgxxxs jk RIN. I20ll A dw' 'f Q'-22 Fin! Row: Roland H. Cranford, C. Speer, Frank Tindall, Homer Turner, Erskine Wells, W. S. Cain. Second Row: Chester Cockrell, Charles Fontaine, M. G. Smith, M. L. Wootten, Jr., Calvin Cooley. Third Row: Byron Inmon, K, C. Leggett, Julian Moffatt, A. C. Miller, Lake Roberson, W. S. Shipman. Founh Row: Earl Wiggers, Fred Blackwell, J. P. Burford, Arthur Clark, Jr.. Edwin Daniels. Fiflh Row: George Gillespie, Huey Howerton, Jr., Clarence Morgan, Jr., Pete Perkins, John Simmons, III., Harry Simpson. .Sixth Row: Luther Shelby, Wallace Shuttleworth, Joe Turner, jr., John Tucker, Lewis Wiggers. A ,. rs, AY vi . Lgyrgsfz I .J-wvj 'Q 'ii ' K ' ix .-Q. Z , f'2'.5f-- .I 1 5, X' -4 3 I Ynx 5 II H I DELTA PSI FRATERN 11 xxx C ALLIAINI IN Towx fiEORGE KEX'ES BARRY BRONX x ROBERT rI10RREN I.oL'Is PERRIxs RIENIBER IN FACLLTX' PROF. J. VV. BI-ILI. 0 NIENIBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors ROLAND H. CRANFoRIi .... . . Laurel, J. C. SPEER . . . . . Indianola, FRANK TINDALL . . . lndiauolzn, HORMER TURNER . . Jackson, ERSKINE VVELLS . . . Jackson, Juniors VV. S. CAIN . . . . Canton, CHESTER CocRREI.I. . . Hazlehursr, CHARLES FONTAINE . . . Pontotoc, M. G. SMITH . . . . Indianola, M. L. YVOOTTEN, JR . . Columbus, Sophomorrs CALVIN COOLEY . . . . Clarksclale, BYRON Ir-:MON . . Pomotoc, K. C. LEGGETT . . . Laurel, A. C. MILLER . . . Hazlehurst, JULIAN MOFFAT . . . Oxford, LAKE ROBERSON, JR. . Clarksdale, VV. S. SHIPMAN, JR. . Jackson, EARL XVICGERS . . . Oxford, PLEDGES FRED BLACKVVELL . . . . . Laurel, J. P. BURIfoRo . . . . Laurel, ARTHUR CLARK, JR. . . Indianola, EDWIN DANIELS . . . Jackson, GEORGE GILLESPIE . . Jackson, HUEY I-IowERTosI, JR. . . University, CLARENCE MORGAN, JR. . . . Kosciusko, PETE PERKINS . . . . Oxford, JOHN SIMMONS, III .... Cleveland, HARRY SIMPSON . . . Lake Cormorant, LUTHER SHELBY . . . .... Benoit, WALLACE Sl-IUTTLEIVORTH . . . Indianola, JoE TURNER, JR ..., . Philadelphia, JOHN TUCKER . . . Batesville, LEWIS WYICGERS . . . Oxford, Nilss. lN1Iss. Nllss. Niiss. lN1Iss. Niiss Miss Nliss ixfilss. Nliss. Nhss Niiss Miss Miss lVIiss Niiss lN1iss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss Miss. I , , Miss ITY I7oIIIIde-Il T847 Colors Blue and Gold Nine Active Chapters PHI CHAPTER E.Vfll17li,Y,lI'ii 1855 NX Q 9 f .K-,E '- . J- sg , . .L ft, , tis . N wks . , X x A ..- Q- N, n- . ,K X ru, .. 4 -. 7 , ' Ilij . s as l wif, I . , 335.5 IIJBI ,ITT ,Hi Y ,U , Ili dl , mi Lil! NL A Ia. l .IRR -1 N 1:5515 I L: , - 'X 'K-r , is JH QQ rn- !Vx I fi 'f ' , ' . 'iw .t gr , ,- x I ff f .1 xy'-ey? t' 'rx .. K, in fx' X A K ' 1 J 1, R ,jf '15, Q,. , ,f KT, ' 3 . r I v l ' , .-.Y - ' ' 11 IDI - IW-5-. ili O 'i 'i' i First Row: Gene Caldwell, Ray Hapes, Curtis Hines, Luther Sexton, Clifford Schultz, Harry Smith. Second Row: Bobby Wheat, Gaston Jones, Dwight Strain, Luther Luna, Bill Bethay, Randall Burcham. Third Row: Dick Calloway, Aldren E. Davis, Pete Elliot, Edward Fant, James Haney. Fourth Row: Merle Hapes, Warren Larroux, Per- ley G. Parr, Jr., Richard Prendergast, James Savage, Dewitt Shivers, Fifth Row: George Roberts, Jr., Herman Taylor, Glen Trusty, George Western, John Wright, Paul Lee Wright, fi H 'LLM' N35 'r 'Q 4 PHI KAPP A PSI FRATERNITY ALUMNI IN TOXVN C. A. BRAITON E. E. TEMPLE PRYOR BAILEY, JR. XV.-Xlfl ER NIURPHY JUDGE E. T. lNlCELROY DALE MULLEN Gu' B. TAYLOR RIEMBERS IN 'UNIVERSITY GENE CALDKVELL . RAY H.-XPES . . CURTIS HINES . LUTHER SEXTON . CLIFFORD SCHULTZ . HARRY SMITH . . BOBBY YVHEAT . G.-ASTON JONES . DWVIGHT STRAIN . LUTHER LUNA . BILL BETHAY . . XVALTER BOYETTE . RANDALL BURGHAM DICK CALLOWAY . . ALDREN E. DAVIS . PETE ELLIOTT . EDWARD FANT . JAMES HANEX' . Merle Hapes . DEACON HARDIN . WARREN LARRoUx . PERLEY G. PARR, JR. RICHARD PKENDERCAST JAMES SAVAGE . . . DEVVITT SHIV!-IRS . . GEORGE ROBERTS, JR. HERMAN TAYLOR . GLEN T RUSTY . GEORGE WESTERN . JOHN WRIGHT . PAUL LEE,WRlGHT . . . Kosciusko, Miss Garden Grove, Calif . . . Cruger, Miss . . Hazlehurst, Miss . . Vicksburg, Miss San Francisco, Calif . . . .Enid,lN1iss . . Long Beach, MIss . Minter City, Miss. . . XValnut, Miss . . Nettle-ton, Miss . . Jackson, Miss . Swan Lake, Miss . . . Oxford, Miss . Merigold, Miss . . Ripley, Miss . Coahoma, Miss . . . Pontotoc, Miss Garden Grove, Calif Blue Mountain, Miss. . Bay St. Louis, Miss. . . . Eupora, Miss Valley Stream, N. Y . . Ackerman, Miss . . Bogalusa, La . Greenwood, Miss. . . Oxford, Miss . . . VVebb, Miss . . Brookhaven, Miss . Calhoun City, Miss . . Gulfport, Miss . I I Founded TSSZ Colors Cardinal Red and Hunter's Green Flofzcrr Jacqueminot Rose Fifty-two Active Chapters ALPHA CHAPTER Erlablislzcd 1857 'Is f'X 'Q 1-.2 1, - h g "A ff . V V. A A "I X fy .I 'T s A R ' , . -.X , A . H f L A X -AN A .X Nix X x N I ki X L l N A L' .xx .x 1 . '.-' RQ. f f .tg ,ix XXL Iljxlf 5 f 'EI' r I. 3 ,Q --9 'if' 25 fl Ur Fin: Row: Hubert Barnett, Jimmie Biedenharn, John Brandt, Charles Chandler, George Irby, Jack Matthews, Robert Perry, Cliff Rawls. Second Row: Shelby Rogers, Fred Shaw, Gill. Shelton, Dave Singleton, Clif? Worsham, Harry Bryan, George Butler, Lester Chancellor, Third Row: Dick Denman, Clyde Hughes, Jerome Maxwell, Edgar Ste- phens, Jr., Gus Tate, Leroy Worsham, Robert Barnett, William Brewer, Fourfh Row: John Coates, Gaines Cook, Jim William Cox, Leslie Dodson. Gus Gerard, Charles Holman, James Perry, Stewart Smith. Fifrh Row: Hugh Stephens, Dempsey Allen, Fred Beard, Jack Bell, Hunt Burress, Billy Cameron, Jack Carter, Tom Hunt Cole. Sixth Row: Max Dilworth, John Dodson, John H. Freeman, Briscoe Goldman, Bob Heyer, Les Jaco, Raymond Kimble, Morton Mayo. Seven!!-1 Row: Jack Montgomery, Harry Neblett, Archie Quinn, Nock Russell, John Senour, Jack Stoker, Billy Tarver, Billy Walker. Qi , L SIGMA HI FRATERNITY JACK ELLZOT DR. A. H. LI'I'rI.E DR. B. S. CJJUYTON XV. M. REED BRANHAM HUME ED. Sl"3lNIi AIENIBERS IN F.-XCL'I.TY l.. C. ANDRI.xx's GRADY GUYTON R. lvl. Gurss DEAN l. C KIMBROUGH DR. B. S. GUYTON DR. A. B. LEWIS NIEMBERS IN L'NIx'ERsITY Swziors HUBhRT BARNETT . JAMES BIEDENHARN JOHN BRANDT .... CHARLES CHANDLER GEORGE IREY . . . JACK MATTHEWS . . . . Greenwood, lVlI:s. Vicksburg, Miss. Cape Girardeau, Mo. Bogalusa. La. ....Como, Miss. . .East Moline. Ill. ROBERT PERRY . . .... Rienzi, Nliss. CLIFF RAWLS . . . . Columbia. Mifs. SHELBY ROGERS . . . . New Hebron, Miss, FRED SHAW . . . . ,Davenport, Iowa GILL SHELTON . . .Rule-ville, Miss. DAVE SINGLETON . . .I-Iarriesburg, Miss. CLIFF WORSHAM . . . .Corinch, Miss. HARRY BRYAN . . .Jackson, Miss. GEORGE BUTLER . . . .Jacki-sn, Miss. LESTER CI-IANCELLOR . . .Macon. Miss. DICK DBNMAN . . . . . Greenwood, Miss. CLYDE HUGHES . . . . .Corinrh, Miss. JEROME MAXWELL . . ...., Drew, Miss. EDGAR STEPHENS, JR. . . .New Albany, Miss. GUS TATE ..... . .Greenwood, Miss. LEROY WORSHAM . . .Corinrh, Miss. ROBERT J. BARNETT . .Greenwood, Miss. . , , l'ouIIcled 185, WILLIAM BREWER . . .Greenwoocl. Miss. JOHN COATES . . . .Mempl1iS, TCXIN. fiofgfj GAINES COOK . . . .Coffeeville, Miss. Blue and Gold JIM WILLIAM Cox . . . Columbus, Miss. LESLIE DQDSON . . .Co!umbus, Miss. Flrmufr GUS GERARD .... . . .Grcnada, Miss. Xvhite Tea Robe CHARLES HOLMAN . . . . .Carrollron, Miss. JAMES PERRY . . . .... Rienzi, Miss. Ninety-six Active STEWART SMITH . . . . Meridian, Miss. Chapters HUGH STEPHENS . . . . New Albany, Miss. ETA CHAPTER Es'lal1li.vlI1'd 1857 DBMPLEX' ALLEN . . ....... . . .Bogalusa. La. FRED BEARD .... . . Columbus, Miss. JACK BELL . . . . . .Moline, Ill. HUNT BURRESS . . . . .Baldwyn, Miss. BILLY CAMERON . . . Meridian, Miss. JACR CARTER . . . ..... Oxford, Miss. Tom HUNT COLE . .New Albany, Miss. MAX DILWORTH . .... Rienzi, Miss. JOHN DODSON . . . . . .Columbus Miss. JOHN H. FREEMAN . . .... Greenwood Miss. BRISCOE GOLDMAN . . . .Bay Sr. Louis, Miss. Bos HBYER . . . .... Corinth, Miss. LES JACO ...... . .Booneville, Miss. RAYMOND KIMBLB , . . . .Gi-eenville, Miss. MORTON MAYO . . . .I-lartiesburg, Miss. JACK MONTGOMERY . . . .Davenport, Iowa HARRY NEBLETT . . .Morgan City. Miss. T ARCHIE QUINN . . .Greenwood, Miss. fs, X, Nock Ru:sELL . . . . Ackerman, Miss. 5-R , X X . , I. ' A. Q Joi-IN Snr-IouR . . . .Vicksbm-g, Miss. , Q,j,'Qgi-.X wr! 3 J Vim. if JACK STOKISR . . . . . Davenport Iowa fl.. nfs J: X, BILLY TARVER . . .Greenwood, Miss. 'gwxll -X . Q As BILLY VIALKER . . . . Meridian. Miss. 'Y ' V f. X I N XL' 'i l N i':,,' r , , .V X .fxf ' .fl :Ni ' ll rg A .3 . ' xl I-A I Iqi If I-.R-fy .If II FN I I -SI-.3 If 'Ui 'fists I4 If JL! X A iXxf XXX! ij I X K -2. 5 :QQ in fn W 'K I ls 3, T' G- 55 Lauri' l Sv. 1--v Sf! 1'f -eva 1. IQ pg . E' s 19,1 ,G rg I L4 E ! ""'..z 1. Fin! Row: Billy Anderson, ,lack Bonney, XY'alrer Bridgforth, Eddie Dellfliller, Frank Ford, Tom Gardner, Alex Gil- liam, Arthur Guyton. Second Row: Clarke Holmes, Lee Johnson, Paul Johnson, Richard Keye, Sam Olden, Alex Payne, Dan Shell. Third Row: George Shelton, Stephens Spencer, Olin Tavler. James W'allace, Clyde V'oocl. H. B. Gardner, Xviley Alliston, John Becker. Fourth Row: Gerald Burrow, Elmus Coleman, Lucien Cooke, Ted Lathram, Fred Nelson. Tims Quinn. Richard W'ilkinson, Charles Vfilliams. Fnfth Row: Bobby Ballard, Frank Black, Rob Dow, Elon Ellis, Albert Gardner. ,lohn Gardner, Nliller Holmes, ,lack Jordan. Sixth Run: Howard Pigford, Nick Roberts. Dick Shelton, Stuart Steinhauer, Tommy W'illiams, john Xvright, Thomas Avent. Billy Bridgforth. Seventh Row: V4'ilson Cater, Nxlalter Chandler, Billy Fuller, Harold Gautier, Max Golden, David Holmes, joe Howell. Exglvrlv Row: Pat Johnson, Charles Lee, George Nlontgomery, Mart Nlosby, Griffin Norquist, Sam Smith, Carl Xvallace, john Wilk- inson. 'E' ,-Q x ' S" xvgw ft 4 i .QA .-. ...rx X.,-,a-K'xX, xhxx P? ,,,.1 - 1 ge f- SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON FRATERNITY 'X . i I- . I ss 5 KN ALUMNI IN TOWN W. L. ARCHIBALD PHILLIP CARNATHAN CARL COERS J. W. T. FALKNER J. W. T. FALKNER, IV EUG JOHN FALKNER WILLIAM FALKNER W. N. LEVELL JUDGE LEM OLDHAM R. L. SULLIVAN ENE ETHERIDGE BIEMBERS IN FACULTY DR. D. H. BISHOP lVlR. JEFF HAMM DR. A. B. BUTTS DR. J. l. MATTHEWS MR W. C. TROTTER NIEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY --1. frsxj X X X1 . 0. X Y BILLY ANDERSON . . JACK BONNEY . . . . WINSTON BRAUNM WALTER BRIDGEORTH Seniors . . . . .Olcolona, . .Enterprise, . . Memphis, Miss. Miss. Tenn. . . Yazoo City, Miss. EDDIE DEMILLER . . .... Biloxi, Miss. FRANK FORD . . . . . .l-iattiesburg, Miss. H. B. GARDNER . . . . Gulfport, Miss. TOM GARDNER . . . .Gulfport, Miss. ALEX GILLIAM . . . . .Clarlcsdale, Miss. ARTHUR GUYTON . .... Oxford, Miss. CLARKE HOLMES . . . .HernandO, Miss. LEE JOHNSON . . . .Columbia, Miss. PAUL JOHNSON . . . .Hattiesburg, Miss RICHARD KEYB . . .... Rockford, Ill. SAM OLDEN . . . . Yazoo City, Miss ALEX PAYNE . . .... Bolton, Miss. DAN SHELL .... . . .OkOlOna, Miss GEORGE SHELTON . . . .Olcolona, Miss STEPHENS SPENCER . . Red Liclc, Miss OLIN TAYLOR . . . . .Senatobia, Miss JAMES WALLACE . . . .Mempl-Iis, Tenn CLYDE WOOD . . . . .Woodville, Miss. Juniors WILLEY ALLISTON . . .Florence, Miss JOHN BEGKER . . . . . .J8CkS0l'l, Miss GERALD BURROW . . .... Tunica, Miss ELMUS COLEMAN . . .Hollandale, Miss. LUCIEN COOKE . , . .Hemai-Ido, Miss TED LATHRAM . . . .Macon, Miss FRED NELSON . . . . .Jackson, Miss TIMS QUINN .... . . .Louise, Miss RICHARD WILKINSON , . . Jackson, Miss CHARLES WILLIAMS . . . . Okolona, Miss Sophomores BOBBY BALLARD . . ......... . . .Tupelo, Miss FRANK BLACK . . . . .Okolona, Miss ROB DOW .... . .Cr-Inton, Miss ELON ELLIS .... . . .Jackson, Miss ALBERT GARDNER . . .Yazoo City, Miss JOHN GARDNER . . . . .Gulfport, Miss MILLER HOLMES . . . . .Yazoo City, Miss JACK JORDAN . . . . . .COlumbia, Miss NED MURRAY . . . .... Oxford, Miss HOWARD PIGFORD . .... Meridian, Miss NICK ROBERTS . . . . . .Yazoo City, Miss DICK SHELTON .... . . .Clarksdale, Miss STUART STEINHAUER . . .Denver, Colo TOMMY WILLIAMS . . . . .Jackson, Miss JOHN CTIGERJ WRIGI4T . . . .Her-nando, Miss PLEDGES THOMAS AVBNT . . .... Oxford, Miss. BILLY BRIDGEORTH . . . .Yazoo City, Miss WILSON CATER . . . . .Jaclcson, Miss WALTER CHANDLER . . . .Okolona, Miss BILLY FULLER . . . .... Laurel, Miss HAROLD GAUTIER . . . . .Pascagoula, Miss MAx GOLDEN . . .... Laurel, Miss DAVID HOLMES . . . .Meridiai-I, Miss JOE HOWELL . . ..... Egypt, Miss PAT JOHNSON ..... . .Hattiesbui-g, Miss CHARLES LEE .... ...... L aurel, Miss GEORGE MONTGOMERY . . . . .Yazoo City, Miss. MATT MOSBY ...... . . .Indianola, Miss. GRIFFIN NORQUIST . . . .Yazoo City, Miss SAM SMITH ..... .... L ouise, Miss CARL WALLACE . . . . . . Gulfport, Miss JOHN WILKINSON . . . .Memphis, Tenn. Founded I856 Colors Royal Purple and Gold Flower Violet - One Hundred and Eight Active Chapters GAM MA CHAPTER Established 1866 lZO91 6' 6' .sv S' 5-. kr if.. Y?" S? Fin! Row: Ben Adams, Stuart Clayton, Webb Del.oach, Charles Fair, Brent Forman, Jr., Billy Hix, Claude Jackson, Hite McLean. Second Row: Billy Mounger, Percy Parker, ,lack Patty, Allan Pope, Bob Portwood, Morgan Rosebor- ough, Robert Wall, Billy Baker, David Crawley. Thin! Row: Thomas Ethridge. Joe Gardner, Sid Gillespie, Tom Green, Stuart Handy, Frank Laney, John Petty, Bob Roseborough. Fourth Row: Billy Rust, T. C. Buford, Lee Catch- ing, D. O. Chestnut, Ed Cocke, joe Glenn, Jim Gray, Reginald Gray. Fifth Row: Tom Hammond, Kenneth Haxton, Tom Magruder, Max Pegram, Harvey Ross. Edmond Stevens, Allie Wing. Fred Witty, Six!!! Row: Claude Woodward, l.ouis Barksdale, joe Blythe, Duane Forman, Harry Hoffman, Nat Hooker, Roger Landrum. George Maynard, D. A. Noel. Sl'1'C71l,7 Row: Ben Owen, Doug Riddell, Owen Roberts, Bobby Sharp, ,lack Stacy, Henry Stratton, Candler Wise- logle, Billy Witty. r N F I K KW , 4' i 'N fi L f 5, f 1' , , .1-.Q -,nj v- PHI DELTA THETA FRATERNITY G' rf' .K 'as . l 'I R ,M .-N. . ,..a 1 P O i-:QP-'v1.n- ea 'P :Pav ., I C 39 A Q45 ,yy 18 JVB v-hx 'Cd xi- fix 4-. W WX, sa EQ -'Q 'yy In me Q W Q 15 1 i ..,f rf CX X T ff X L ... .1 'udvm gf.. M J, 1--aL,l.5 T LL,-.f 'I i, I L l .K , .V .I x f5 px! Al,L'KiNI IN TOWN GEORGE BUEFALOE NXf'iI,LIAM HARMON XY'lLL ETHERIDOE C. O. SMAI.I.INc XIENIBERS IN L'NIx'ERsI'I'Y Seniors BEN ADAMS . . . STUART CLAYTON . . WEBB DELOACI-I . CHARLES FAIR ..., BRENT FORMAN, JR. . BILLY HIX ..... CLAUDE JACKSON . . HITE MCLEAN . . BILLY MOUNGER. . . PERCY PARKER . . JACK PATTY . . ALLAN POPE . . BOB PORTWOOD ..,. MORGAN ROSEBOROUGII ROBERT WALL .... BILLY BAKER . . DAVID CRAWLEY . THOMAS ETI-IRIDGE . JOE GARDNER . . SID GILLESPIE . TOM GREEN . . . STUART HANIJY . FRANK LANEY . . JOHN PE'rrY .... Bon ROSEBOROUGH . BILLY RUST ..... T. C. BUEORD . . LEE CATCI-IINO . . D. O. CHESTNUT . . ED. COCKE .... JOE GLENN . . JIM GRAY .... REGINALD GRAY . . TOM HAMMOND . . KENNETH HAXTON . TOM MAGRUDER . MAX PEGRAM . . HARVEY Ross . . . EDMOND STEVENS . . ALLIB WING . . . FRED Wirw .... CLAUDE WOODWARD . Louis BARxsDALE . . JOE BLYTHE .... DUANE FORMAN . . HARRY HOFFMAN . NAT HOOKER . . . ROGER LANDRUM . . GEORGE MAYNARD . D. A. NOEL . . . BEN OWEN . . . DOUG RIDDELL . . OWEN ROBERTS . . BOBBY SHARP . . JACK STACY .... HENRY STRATTON . . CANDLRR WISBLOGLE BILLY WIHY .... Juniors Sophonzores PLEDGES . . . Grenada, Miss. . . . Tupelo, Nliss. . . Greenwood, lVliss. . .l.ouisville. Miss . . Natchez, Miss. . . Jackson, Miss. . . Kosciuslro, Miss. . . . Blaine, Miss. . .XVinona. Miss . . .Canton, Miss . . .Shaw, Miss. . . . . Moline, Ill . . . Greenwood, Mi:s . . Greenwood, Miss . . . Boyle, Miss . . . Winona, Miss . . Kosciuslco, Miss . . . .Oxford, Miss . .Greenwood, Miss . . .Itta Bena, Miss. . . Natchez, Miss . . Natchez, Miss . . . Tupelo, Miss . . Greenwood, Miss . . Senatobia, Miss . . Clarksdale, Miss . .Clarlcsdale, Miss . .Cleveland. Miss . . . Atlanta, Ga. . . Memphis, Tenn . .Winona, Miss. . . . Dublin, Miss . .HatI:iesburg, Miss . . . .Atlanta, Ga . . . Greenville, Miss . . .Port Gibson, Miss . . . .Tupelo. Miss . . Clarlrsdale, Miss . . West Point, Miss . . .Broolclyn, N. Y. . . Greenwood, Miss. . . Kosciuslco, Miss . . .Clarl:sdale, Miss Lake Cormorant, Miss . . . . Natchez, Miss. . .Hattiesburg, Miss . . Lexington, Miss . . Kosciusko, Miss . . . .Tupelo, Miss . . Greenville, Miss. . . .Columbus, Miss . . Swift Town, Miss. . . Cleveland, Miss . . Grenada, Miss . . Tupelo, Miss. . . Memphis, Tenn. K ji, X 'X-'ix i I 1 I . . Memphis, Tenn . .Winona, Miss Founded I 848 Color: Azure and Argent Flofwvr XVhite Carnation i One Hundred and Eight Active Chapters ALPHA CHAPTER Establislzfd 1877 , i T I7 N '61 F My R X I . 'Mx ' XX.. dw fjgi-S1 ilk M . A .V ffiKx,.l 'gill R ,tml I II I if I nf I- .I lik". ,.i .N i-.... qi! 6-f make if ' ,uh-Q' 'ins' MF' if M-V' 159' V inf' 'Rf '7' V Q d'.-T' N54 ,pb-Q-. 'QQ-s. 'Q 7x FY i l'x'1'- l A 'W " SN f- 5' x gl X l f ? vi xx! I rl X v -X l l r 1 A 9 ,V f 75, V . A N WM' Fifi! Row: Lawrence Brisco, C. Sidney Carlton, John S. Dale, Hans-Karl Stauss, Sam Sugg. Second Row: John W. Whitten, jr., Steve Wilkerson, Carl Johnston, Jr., Carter Dobbs. Third Row: Burnell Gustafson, Ewing Hurdle, Cottrell Stapleton. Frank Tobey, Decatur Butler. Fourllv Row: Hiram Griffith, Arvine Henry, Marshall Holly, Bill Lengquist, Bobby Moss. Fifrb Row: Thomas DeVecmon Ott, Stanny San- ders, Gordon Smith, A. C. Webb, Verdell Yelverton. X 5? TA THETA PEI FRATERNITY ALUMNI IN DAVTO HUGHES JOH N McCRAm' J. K. RAM Ex' LIEMBERS IN MAJOR HUGH M. EVANS AIEMBERS IN LAWRENCE BRISCO . C. SIDNEY CARLTON . JOHN S. DALE . . . HANs-KARL STAUSS . SAM Succ ..... JOHN W. WHTTTEN, JR. STEVE VVILKERSON . . EO. P. DAVIS . . . CARL JOHNSTON, JR. . TOXVN JAMES lVlCCl.URE RicHARn MCCLURE FACULTY DR, ALFRED HUM E U NIVERSITY . . VVinona New Albany, . . .Prentiss, . . Port Gibson . Calhoun City, . . . Cascilla, . . Lula . . Horn Lake, . Calhoun City, D Miss. Miss. Niiss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Colors Sophomorcs BETA BETA CHAPTER CARTER Doaiss . . BURNELL GUSTAFSON EVVINC HURDl.E . . COTTRELL STAPLETON FRANK TOBEX' . . . Calhoun City, Miss. . ..... Rockford, Ill. Mount Pleasant, Miss. . . . Clinton, Miss. . . Memphis, Tenn . PLEDGES JAMES Arcocxc . DECATUR BUTLER . WAYNE ELLXSON . HIRAM GRTEEITH . BILL HAZEL . . LARRY HAzEL . ARv1Ns HENRY . MARSHALL HOLLY . BILL LENGQUIST . WTLLARD MILLS . . . ROBERT Moss .... THOMAS DEVECMON Orr STANNY SANDERS . . GORDON SMITH . A. C. WEBB . . . MXCKEY WILRERSON . VERDELL YELVERTON . . Calhoun City, Mis McCall Creek, Miss. . Greenwood, Miss. . Hazlehurst, Miss. . . Marshall, Mich. . . . Marshall, Mich. . New Haven, Conn. . . Booneville, Miss. . . Rockford, Ill . . Lucedale, Miss . . Abbeville, Miss . Franklinton, La . . Sidon, Miss . Sidon, Miss . . Houlka, Miss. . . . . Lula, Miss E .Bay Springs, Miss. Founded 1839 Pink and Blue Flo-wer Pink Rose Eighty-eight Active Chapters Eslablislufd 1879 B0 aw? FF F5 O Ov, C- AX A71 lf tiffia gg f V VY .fxsm f . ii'-2 X ' fl 'U f gh, fm, A 55,1 gg I 1, f XII X 1 ll xx l fx f i villa o-'ff Cv, A fl ff"'N mg If f to - i Af mi . fl ff ' First Row: Hewitt W. Wallace, Willard Barnes, Ernest Dixon. Julius R. Tipton, jr., john Sharp Ewing. Second Row: Louie H. Hopkins, Joe E. Lauderdale, Joe Washington, Jr., James Ake, William O. Brantley, Eddie Carnes. Third Row: Anse Dees, Carlton Freeman. Robert L. Hamilton, Eugene Harrison, Jr., James G. Hen- drick. Fourth Row: Thomas W. Holmes, jr., Robert Hummel, Henry Kinard, Ver- non L. Lash, Robert Logan, James Nichols. Fiflb Row: Johnston Rowe, John Paul Sneed, William F. Walker, Jr., Edwin Werkheiser, Brown Williams. DELTA TAU DELTA FRATERNITY ALUBINI IN TOWN M. F. IIAR'I'srIEI.D M EAIEERS IN UNIVERSITY Graduate HEVVITT XV. VVALLAQE . Svlziors VVILLARD BARNEs . . HAROLD CHRISTY . ERNEST A. DIxoN . MORRIS P. HAYNES . Juuus R. TIPTON, JR. . Juniors BEN BUCHANAN . . JOHN SIIARP EXYINC . LOUIE H. PIOPKINS . JOE E. LAUDERDALE . . JOE C. VVASHINGTON, JR. PLEDGES JAMES ARE ..... XVILLIAM O. BRANTLEY EDDIE CARNES . . . ANsE DLEs . . . CARLTON FREEMAN . ROBERT L. HAMILTON . EUGENE HARRISON, JR. . JAMES G. HENDRICR . THOMAS W. HOLMES, JR. ROBERT HUMMEL . , . HENRY' KINARD . VERNON L. LASH . ROBERT LOGAN . JAMES NICHOLS . JOHNSTON ROWE . . JOHN PAUL SNEED . . VVILLIAM F. WALKER, JR. . EDWIN YVERKHEISER . . BROWN WILLIAMS, JR. . . . Biloxi, Miss. . McCool, Miss. . . Chicago, Ill. . . Union, Miss. . . Belmont, Miss. . . Hernando, Miss. . . Houston, Miss. . . Vicksburg, Miss. . . . Lula, Miss. . . Hernando, Miss. . . Memphis, Tenn. Haddon Heights, N. J. . . . Madden, Miss. . . . Biloxi, Miss. . Philadelphia, Miss. . . . Union, Miss. . Port Gibson, Miss. . . Ft. VVorth, Tex. . . Lena, Miss. . . WVinona, Miss. . Warren, Ohio . . Jackson, Miss. . West Unity, Ohio . . Lawrence, Miss. . Vicksburg, Miss. . . VVinona, Miss. . . Coldwater, Miss. . . VVest Point, Miss. . Philadelphia, Miss. . Philadelphia, Miss. liapi 'lr ' J f l - s i l ,Li 1 if li 2 l M My Fin: Rim: ,lames L. Alford, Howard G. Castillow. Julius Crisler. Archie L. Dickson, jr.. Hugh XV. Gates, David Charles Gleuon. Alex Gordon. James A. Lauderdale. Charles B. Mitchell. Second Row: John L. Moore. David XY'il- liam McLean. Jack McDill. Xli'illiam D. Neville. Ellis Parker, Malcolm L. Pigford. Carson Robertson, Fred M. Roge ers, Lee Rogers. Third Row: Eugene Hooker Simpson. Jr.. Phineas Stevens. Fletcher F. Veasev. Richard Xvatson. George Atkinson. Joe Clifton Bradlev. Alfred Butler. Russell Lee Gullev. Henry Vfilliam Haynes. Fourlh Rui: Bill Lampard. Malcolm Montgomerv. Linton D. North. Brvant Ridgeway. George Robertson. Eugene XV. Rogers. Julian, Tucker, Xvilliam H. Allen, Hugh Allen Alexander, Fifth Ron: Xvalter Bullock, Richard George. John H. Gordon. Lerov Hidinger. Oliver Sidnev Hopkins. Joe lVlcCarrv. Edmund Montgomery. Royal Earls' North, James Palmer An- drews. Sink Rim-: Owen B. Bowen. Ravmond Conner, Harold Cunningham, George Davis, Edward Lockard, Julius Lotterhos, Gladstone Nlortimer. Charles Nl. Nlurphv. Jr.. Roy Nichols. SC'I't'7llh Row: Mark Richardson. Billy Ross. Dan Singlev. Francis Stevens. Harrv Stone. Alex Touchstone. Charles Upshur. Sam Xvalker. Thomas Xvaring. CN ,-c . sc x fr . R IX. ' . fm . .,,. f,.. er , i -' li' A CCN . . A -Q X lx' PPA ALPHA FRATERNITY in A ,N --f N 2.1, A I4 JY N ,H ' f YJ ' I I LA , U ii Rig' l .I Al.l.'.XlNl IN TOWN JOHN LEE GAINEY DR. FRANK PURSER MEMBERS IN FACULTY D. W. L. KENNON DR. GLORGI3 NICHOLSON NIEAIBERS IN UNIVERSITY Sl'l1i0I'I JAMES L. ALFORD .... HOWARD G. CASTILLOW . JULIUS CRISLER ...... ARCI-IIE L. DICKSON, JR. . HUGH W. GATES ..... DAVID CHARLES GLEASON . ALEX GORDON ....... JAMES A. LAUDERDALE . . CHARLES B. MITCHELL . . JOHN L. MOORE ..... DAVID WILLIAM MCLEAN . JACK MCDILL ....... MALCOLM B. MONTGOMERY WILLIAM D. NEVKLLE . . . ELLIS PARKER ...... MALCOLM L. PIGFORD . . CARSON ROBERTSON . . EUGENE W. ROGERS . . FRED M. ROGERS ..... LEE ROGERS .... . . . . McComb, Nliss . . Greenville, Miss . . . . Flora, Miss . . Jackson, Miss . . . Jackson, Miss . . . Meridian, Miss . . . Jackson, Miss . . . Jackson, Miss . . Starksville, Miss . . . . Scooba, Miss . . . Meridian, Miss . . . . Jackson. Miss . .Yazoo City, Miss. . . . Meridian Miss . . . Laurel, Miss . . Laurel, Miss . . .Jaclcson, Miss . . Porterville, Miss . . Porterville, Miss . New Albany Miss EUGENE HOOKER SIMPSON, JR. . . .Jackson. Miss PI-IINEAS STEVENS ....... . . .Jackson, Miss FLETCHER F. VEAZEY . . . . . .ColdwaIer, Miss RICHARD WATSON . . . .Columbus, Miss Junzors GEORGE ATKINSON . . . ...... . .Pickens, Miss JOE CLIFTON BRADLEY . . .Belzoni, Miss ALFRED BUTLER ..... . . . Alligator, Miss RUSSELL LEE GULLEY .,.. . ,Brookhaven Miss HENRY WILLIAM HAYNES . . .Lumberron, Miss LINTON D. NORTH .... . .Belzoni, Miss BRYANT RIDGEWAY . . . . .JacksOn, Miss GEORGE ROBERTSON . .... Jackson, Miss JULIAN P. TUCKER . . . .Mi-mphis. Tenn Sophomores WILLIAM H. ALLEN ......... . .Belzoni, Miss HUGH ALLEN ALEXANDER . . . .Greenville, Miss WALTER BULLOCR ..... . . .Columbia Miss RICHARD GEORGE ..... . . .Macon Miss JOHN H. GORDON . . . . . .Be1zoni, Miss LEROY L. HIDINGBR . . . . .Memphis, Tenn OLIVER SIDNEY HOPKINS . . .HiclcOry, Miss BILL LAMPARD ...... . .Cleveland, Miss JOE COFFEE MCCARTY ..... .,.. J ackson, Miss EDMIJND W. MONTGOMERY . . . .Yazoo City, Miss ROYAL EARLY NORTH .... . . .Belzoni, Miss PLEDGES JAMES PALMER ANDREWS ....... . .Memphis Tenn RICHARD BEVIS ..... . .Memphis, Tenn OWEN B. BOWEN . . . . .McLain, Miss RAYMOND CONNER . . . .Columbia, Miss HAROLD CUNNINGHAM . . .Meridian, Miss GEORGE DAVIS ..... . . .Meridian, Miss CHARLES FRYANT . . . . . .Memphis, Trnn EDWARD LOCKARD . . ..... Meridian, Miss JULIUS LOTTERHOS . . Crystal Springs, Miss CARY M'DDLBFOFF . . . .... Memphis, Tenn GLADSTONE MORTIMER . .... Belzoni. Miss CHARLES M. MURPHY, JR. . . . . Belzoni Miss ROY NICHOLS ....... . .Foresn Miss MARK RICHARDSON . . . . . .Macon Miss BILLY Ross ..... . .Memphis, Ti-rin DAN SINGLEY ..... . . .Meridian, Miss FRANCIS B. STEVENS . . . .Jackson, Miss HARRY STONE .... . .Columbus, Miss ALEX TOUCHSTONE . . . Meridian, Miss CHARVES UPSHUR . . . . Greenwood, Miss SAM WALKER . . . . . Brookhaven, Miss THOMAS WARING . . . .Columbus, Miss l217l . was f P Founded 1865 Colors Crimson Illlfl Golil Flofwwr Magnolia and Red Rose Sixty-eight Active Chapters ALPHA UPSILON CHAPTER Esmblislzed 1900 Ai '24 X41 ., - ta I L - G11 ,,, .5 i Il we Fm: Row: James A. Alexander, Spencer Barnes. John Kuvkendall, Jr., Julian Alexander. Will Ellis Bearden, james Cherry, joe Eddins. Second Row: Parker Hall, Shirley Livingston, George A. Nlahoney, Eddie Mack Morgan, jack Simpson, Wiilliam Sharpe. Robert Rollins. Third Row: Riley Cunningham, Herman Glazier. XY'inston Havles. Ramon Litton, Joe Sedberry. Dave Wfertlin. Jim Brown. Fourth Ron: Charles Crisler, Bob Ellis, George Joest, Henry Hamilton, Ben Key, Nlayo Moore. Jack Roper. Fiffh Row: Bob Stapleton, Bill Allen, Ed Allen, T. A. Cook, Charles Daly. Charles Dietz. Joe Gilbert. Sixlh Row: Bobby Jackson, Billy Jepsen, W'alter johnson. Simon Marks, B. Nl. Nlartln. Ralph Nliller, Eugene Morse. Screnrb Row: NX'illiam Noel, Billy Quinn, Bryson Shirley, Jr., Ed Spain, Charles Tanner, Brooks Vance, Fielding Wright, jr. '.'-D . . .Q F 's 4 l 1 I A A fix F , , 1 R5-'Q i Nr: ds f-X.-i,.,.,. JY' X ,J NIL 2 tx TRP ..- - -R. N. . ,V A 1,-fs I Lv fr .e'3'5if s M KAPPA SIGMA FRATERNITY ALLAI Xl I N Towx BAXTER ELLIOTT IRA L. BlORGAN BIEXIBERS IN F.XCl'I,TY DR. j. C. CULLEY MAJ. CHARl.ES S. JOHNSON PETE KYLE MCCARTER BIENIRERS IN L'NIvERsITY JAMES A. ALEXANDER SPENCER BARNES . . JOHN KUYKENDALL, JR JULIAN ALEXANDER . w'lLL ELLIS BEARDEN JAMES CHERRY .... JoE EDDINS .... PARKER HALL .... SHIRLEY LIVINGSTON . GEoRGE A. MAHoNEY Grzulzmtes Seniors EDDIE MAIiR MoRoAN . . JACK SIMPSON . . . . WILLIAM SHARPE . ROBERT ROLLINS . . RILEY CUNNINGHAM . HERMAN GLAZIER .. WINSTON HAX'LES . RAMON LI1'roN . . JoE SEDBERRY . . DAVE WE1'rLIN . . JIM BRowN . . . CHARLES CRISLER . Bos ELLIS ..... HENRY HAMILTON . . GEORGE JOEST . . . BEN KEY . . . MAYO MOORE . JAC: ROPER . . Bos STAPLETON . BILL ALLEN . ED ALLEN . . T. A. Coon . . CZHARLES DALY . . CI-IARLEs DIET! . JOE GILBERT . . Bonny JACKSON . BILLY JEPSEN . . . WALTER JOHNSON . . SIMON MARRS . . . B. M. MARTIN . RALPH MILLER . EUGENE MORSE . WILLIAM NOEL . . BILLY QUINN .... BRYSON SHIRLEY. JR. . ED SPAIN ...... CHARLES TANNER . . Bnooxs VANCE . . . . FIELIJING WRIGHT, JR. Juniors Sophomores PLEDGES F2191 . . jackson, . . .Belzoni, . . Charleston, . . Jackson, . . Okolona. . . Wfiggins, . . Rosedale. . . . Tunica, . . . Tunica . . Glendora, . .Moorhcad, . . Wiggins, . .Corinrh. . . .Hattiesburg . . Booneville. . . Clarlcsdale, . . Cleveland, . . . .Shaw, . . Olcolona, . . Xvoodville, . . . Iuka, . . .Jackson. . . . .Drew. . .Shuqualalu . .Rosedale, . . Meridian, . . .Tunica, . . .SalIillo, . . .Tunica, . . . .Jacl:son, . . Tuscaloosa, . . Booneville, . . Meridian, . . Memphis, . . Booneville, . . Cleveland, . . Tunica, . . .1aclcson, . . Jaclson, . . . Dundee, . . Meridian, . . . Jackson. . . . Corinth, . . Jackson, . . Baldwyn, . . Booneville, . . .Mei-idian, . . . Batesville, Rolling Fork. v Miss. Miss. Bliss. Miss Bliss Bliss Bliss Miss Miss. Miss Miss Miss Bliss Miss Bliss Miss Bliss Miss Miss Bliss Miss. Miss. Miss Miss. Miss. Bliss Miss Bliss Miss. Bliss. Ala Miss Miss Tenn. Miss. Miss Miss Miss Miss. Miss Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss Miss . Miss . Miss. Bliss. Founded 1869 Colors Scarlet, Green, and YVh'ite Floqwr Lily of the Valley One Hunilred and Nine Active Chapters DELTA XI CHAPTER Eslalzlisllrd 1926 sw L -Ms I. nw , f-- -L A' lla I ,K 9 2' Ir xi R. .. R" .1 ' wg I 1. . I I - E 'iq ' N I K .1 N fig. M I .- . W--H+ Qj .I . X, ,. Rfxgiix XL v' 1 G ' X II? . I., R Ilgfilg X li?" i ll fl 'f 3 f 1 X K I I I I E .N j 5 1 I I L 1 Ili 1-'v."N 1 ruff D Brame V Vfalser Prospere, Mercer O. First Row: Francis S. Bowling, Ollie . . . , Xwhayne, Jr. Second Row: Charles D, Conyers, John James Price. Lewis Transou. Third Row: Edward R. Ballentine. Al Fred Daniel. joe jim Hogan, Robert Paul Leach. Fourth Run: Gene L. Mooney, Robert Killian Royce, Robert Philip Young. ' J . 2. 1-1 . a ALPHA TAU QMEGA ALUMNI IN TOWN R. X. VVII.LIAIxIs NVRIGHT PATTON MEMBERS IN FACULTY DR. EUGENE V. BRAMLETT DR. A. VV. MILIJEN COACH CLAUDE M. SMITH O MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors FRANCIS S. BOWLING . . . . Newton, Miss. OLLIE FRAME .... . . Madison, Miss. V. VVALSER PROSPERE . . .VVashington, Miss. RIERCER O. NVHAYNE, JR ..... Lepanto, Ark. J Juniors CHARLES D. CONYERS . . . Newton, Bliss. JOHN JAMES PRICE . . . Meridian, Miss. Sophomore LEWIS TRANSOU . PLEDGES EDWARD R. BALLENTINE AL FRED DANIEL . . JOE JIM HOGAN . . . ROBERT PAUL LEACI-I . GENE L. MOONEY . . ROBERT ICILLIAN ROYCE ROBERT PHILIP YOUNG . . Jackson, Bliss . . Port Huron, Mich . .Jackson, Miss . . Oxford, Miss . . .Indianapolis, Ind . Rock Island, Ill . . . Isola, Bliss Port Huron, Mich ZZI. FRATERNITY 'Ui rp' 1, '-'V 'Sf' First Row: Onyx P. Garner, James A. Richardson, James A. Canfield. Golclv Rice Henry, Ernest Walter McCracken. Second' Row: William Hobson Spencer, Durward Theodore Collins, Joe Nelms Friend. Ywilliam S. Griffin. Yandell Swayze Wfarren. Third Row: Vernon G. Anderson, Robert S. Brady, Paul M. Busby, C. James Davis. Kenneth E. Luna. Fourth Row: Charles F. Martin, Raymond C. Medlock, Daniel Carvin Rogers, Douglas Bibby Tubb, Raymond Daniel Wrenn. J ,ar PI KAPPA PHI FRATERN O ALUMNI IN TOW'N MARVIN E. D00l.EX' FRANK E. LONVRANCE BYRON GATHRIGHT LESTER S. lViCEl.R0'v' LIEMBERS IN FACULTY Scr. MARIUS MARQUIS DR. JAMES R. SIMMS, JR. BIEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Graduates ONYX P. GARNER . ..... . . Ponrotoc, Miss. JAMES A. RICHARDSON . . Garnett, S. C. 0 Seniors JAMES A. CANFIELD ..... GOLDY RICE HENRY .... ERNEST WALTER MCCRACKEN . WII.LxAM HOBSON SPENCER . Juniors DURVVARQ THEODORE COLLINS . JOE NELMs FRIEND .... WILLIAM S. GRIFFIN . Sophomor YANDELL SwAYzE WARREN . . PLEDGES VERNON GEORGE ANDERSON . . ROBERT S. BRADY . . . PAUL MILLER BUSEY . C. JAMES DAVIS . . . PIERCE JAMES FERRITER . KENNETH EDWARD LUNA . CHARLES FRANCIS MARTIN . RAYMOND CARL MEDLOCK . DANIEL GARVIN ROGERS . DOUGLAS BIBBY TUBE . . 8 . . Collins, Miss. . Darling, Miss. . . Oxford, Miss. . Jackson, Miss. . Shannon, Miss. . . Sarclis, Miss. . Meridian, Miss. . . Benton, Miss . . .Moline, Ill Waterbury, Conn Waynesboro, Miss. . Greenwood, Miss. Waterbury, Conn. . . Walnut, Miss . Waterbury, Conn . Little Rock, Ark . . Collins, Miss . ' nxt: fi ITY Founded 1904 Colors Gold and VVhite Florwrr Red Rose Forty-two Active Chapters ALPHA LAMBDA CHAPTER Establislzfd 1927 FEA I'-,w LRNFQTLX gk f . ,,,,sx ,fx-I XX' .MX K . - . , .Smithville, Miss. fi - 'N 4' RAYMOND ,DANIEL WRENN . . Waterbury, Conn fs Ir'I I Xl H431 .7 lik IRS 'Ks 'R- -gm Q1- Fnsl Row: B. Conway, Bill Fedric. Wilson Gxllilandxcurtis Johnson, Irby Nloore. Serena' Row: Tommie Walker, John Watkins, George Anderson, Edward Ellis, John Gregory, ,lep Brock. Third Row: Jim Brock. Steele Dollahite, Earl Johnson, Donald Feibelman, William Newton. Fourth Row: Fred Vffallace. John Abston, David Dunl avant, Dexter Dunavant, Bob Fedric. Bill Gregory. Fiflh Row: Marion Melvin, Everett M. Russell, Harold Sherman, J. C. Shirley, james Thomason. f' 0Xf5',x YQ, ,si 'i ,fs ' 'X X V 1 1 " 'Q curse? X SIGMA NU ,f I ., . X F1 Y. FRATERNITY 0 NIENIBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors J. B. CONWAY . . . Tupelo, BILL FEDRIC . . .Ch:Irleston, VVII.sON GIIIILAND . . Nesbi.t, CURTIS JOHNSON . . Clarksclale, IREY MOORE . . . Oakland, TOMMIE XVALKER . . Meridian, JOHN VVATRIxs . . . Quitman, Juniors GEORGE ANDERSON . Vicksburg, EDWARD ELLIS . . Waynesboro, JOHN GREGORY' . . . Tupelo, Sophomores JEP BROLK . . McComb, JIM BROCK . . . ML-Comb, STEELE DOLLAI-IITE . . . Oakland, EARL JOHNSON . . Clarksdale, DONALD FEIBELMAN . Vicksburg, VVILLIAM NEWTON . . . Drew, FRED VVALLACE . . . . Oakland, PLEDGES JOHN ABSTON . Hickory Flat, DAVID DUNAVANT . . . Pontotoc, DEXTER DUNAVANT . . Pontotoc, Bon FEDRIC . . .Charlesfon, BILL GREGORX' . . Tupelo, MARION MLLYIN . . . Camden, EVERETT M. RussEI.I. . . Starksville, HAROLD SHERMAN . . . McComb, J. C. SHIRLEY . . . Quitman, JAMEs THOMASON . . Charleston, l225l Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Mi s. Bliss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss Miss Miss. Founded 1869 Colors Black, VVhite and Gold F lofwer VVh'ite Rose O ne Hundred Active Chapters EPSILON Xl CHAPTER Established 1927 ,rt"Nx X . N 2' v- -1 f" iw I x' Q i v 1. N. R J 2 ite f ,-fyf Fin! Row: Charles Lenz, Herman Crowder, James Edwards, William Gilbert, Claude Guice, Hurd Horton, Robert Pennington. Tate Thigpen. Second Row: Frank Tatum, Everette Truly, Alonzo Westbrook, David Wfilliams, L. A. Wy'att, Glenmore Ash. Cleve Burks. Joe Hardeman Daniel. Third Row: John W. Evans, Geddus Flagg. Richard Lord, Frank Page, Nathan Peters, Grice Rotenberry, Lampton Williams, Robert Young. Fourth Row: Griffin Alford. David Anderson, Thomas Cole. William Gurney, Frank Horton, Simeon King Percy Johnston. Charles Traylor. Fifth Row: E. B. Williams, Levoy Agnew, Robert Baird, Shannon Clayton joe Haney, Randall jones, Chester Kozel. Roy Lever. Sixth Row: James McArthur, George McLaughlin Minor Morgan, Ernest Penn, Barnard Reeves, Romeo Popp, Albert Quigley, Farrar Truly. Seventh Row: J B. Smith, Chester Walker, Thomas M. W'illiams. v v u PI KAPPA ALPHA FRATERNITY If ,Q A-Q ALUMNI IN 'TOWN JACK ELLIOTT GORDON JAMES REILLY KNIGHT CEARLY EMIL SLOUGH SCOTT GILMER BLACK MEBIBERS IN FACULTY REGISTRAR THOMAS A. BIGKERSTAFF DR. LYNN DUNLAP AEERNATHY COACH OLIVER WEEMS BASRIN, JR. lVIENlBERS IN UNIVERSITY Graduate CHARLES SHEPPARD LENZ ........ . .Greenville, Seniors HERMAN lVlURPHY CROWDER, JR. .... . . Greenville, JAMES EDWARD GEROW EDWARDS . . . . Richton, WILLIAM OSCAR GILBERT ..... . . .Lambert, CLAUDE WILLIAM GUIQE .... . . . Fayette, SAMUEL HURD HORTON, JR. . . .Grenada, JAMES ROBERT PENNINGTON . . . . Amory, MONROE TATE TI-IIGPEN . . . . . Picayune, FRANK KIMBALL TATUM . . . . .Tupelo, EVERETTE GEOFFREY TRULY . . . . .Fayette, ALONZO SHELDON WESTBROOK . . . .Jackson, JARNIGAN DAVID WILLIAMS . . . Pelahatchie, LON ADAM WYATT ..... . . .Clinton, Juniors GLENMORE MURI-ELL ASH ....... . .Lexington, CLEVE EDWARD BURKS . . . . Dyersburg, JOE HARDEMAN DANIEL . . . . .Oxford, JOHN WILLIS EVANS, JR. . . . . . .Jack.son, GEDDUS BROADWELL FLAGG, JR. . . . . Gulfport, RICHARD GUY LORD ....,. . .Tunica, FRANK ORVILLE PAGE . . . . . . . .Au-Iory, TILLMAN NATHAN PETERS ..... . . Dyersburg, CLINTON GRICB ROTENBERRY, JR. . . . . .Lamben, LAMPTON 0,NEIL WILLIAMS . . . . . Poplarville, ROBERT LEE YOUNG ..,.. . . .Corintl-I, Sophomore.: EDGAR GRIFFIN ALEORD . . .... . . . . .Gulfport, DAVID MOORE ANDERSON, JR. THOMAS JEFFERSON COLE . . . . . . .NewtOn. . . . .AmOry, WILLIAM CLIFFORD GURNEY, JR. . . .Ripley, FRANK COLLINS HORTON .... . . . Grenada, SIMEON FERDINAND KING, JR. . . .PeIahatchie, PERCY WALTER JOHNSTON . . . .Shubuta, CHARLES JOSEPH TRAYLOR . . . .... Biloxi, ELIJAH BRAGG WILLIAMS, JR. , . . Poplarville, PLEDGES LEVOY BRYANT AGNBW .......... . . Laurel, ROBERT Rusus BAIRD, JR. . . . Amory, SHANNON CLAYTON, JR. . .... Ripley, JOE SANDERS HANBY, JR. . ..... Gulfport, COLIN RANDALL JONES, JR. . . . . Pass Christian, CHESTER RICHARD KOZBL . . . . .Keuosha, ROY BUSH LEVER .... . . .Macon, JAMES FILE! MGARTHUR . . . . .Batesville, GEORGE L. MCLAUGHLIN . . . .Gulfport, MINOR LATHAN MORGAN . . . Greenwood, ERNEST EUGENE PENN . . . . Grenada, BARNARD REEvEs .... . . Gulfport, ROMEO S. POPE ....... . . .Detroit, THOMAS ALBERT QUIGLEY . . . . Gulfport, FARRAR MARTIN TRULY . . . .Fayette, JAMES BARRY SMITH ...... . . Magee, CHESTER ARTHUR WALKER, JR. . . . Gulfport, THOMAS MARVIN WILLIAMS . . . . .Lexington, ' 2271 Miss. Miss Miss. Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss. Miss Miss Miss Miss Tenn Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Tenn Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss. Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss. Miss. Wis. Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Mich Miss Miss Miss Miss. Miss Founded 1868 Colors Garnet and Gold Flofwcr Lily of the Valley Eighty Active Chapters GAMMA IOTA CHAPTER Eslablislzrd 1927 IT 'H'-1. 4-aux txt? air-lr F 7 gm F1 K 'U f W fs? its 1 X . A ,,- H i vii f X f'i'iiL if I l ' 4 44 R Y 1 .XA , D399 ,gil Fifi! Row: James M. Day, Warren Dorsey, Wilson Ellis, Frank Hart. Second Row: J. D. Martin, Dick McAllister, Joe Sadka, Francis Jones, James Rothchild. Third Row: Fred Wright, Frank Kyle. Hunter McKenzie, Arthur Prindle, Louis Saines. FUHYII7 Row: Herbert Sanders, Phillip Singley, Pershing Sullivan, Truman Yancey. 9. ,- HI Pl PHI FRATERN ITY ALUMNI lN TOWN E. R. ANIIREWS NOEL Hulmczls XVILTON BYERS -lL'l.l.-XX H. LYLES FRANK HE,xRIn XVll.l.i.XNl l,Yl-ES MEMBER IN FACULTY PROF. HORACE B. BROXYN I MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors JAMES ll'IAURlCE DAY . . . . Decatur, Miss. VVARREN DoRsEY . . . XVarer Valley, Miss. VVILSON ELLIS . . . Port Gibson, Miss. FRANK HART . . .Picayune, Miss. J. D. MARTIN . . . . Raleigh, Miss. DICK MCALLISTER . . . Meridian, Miss. JAMES ROTHCIIILD . . . . Oxford, Miss. JOE SADKA . . . . . llleridian, llrliss. Juniors F RANc1s JONES . . . Holly Springs, Miss. FRED WRIGHT . . . Amory, Miss. PLEDGES FRANK KYLE .... . . Calhoun City, llfliss HUNTER MCKENZIE . . Michigan City, Miss. ARTHUR PRINDLE . . . . Nyack, N. Y. Louis SAINES . . .Vicksburg, Miss HERBERT SANDERS .... Amite, La. PHILLIP SINGLEY . . .Co1umbia, Miss. PERSHING SULLIVAN . . . . Mise, Miss. TRUMAN YANCEY . .Pittsboro, Miss. l.229l Founded 1 9 I 5 Colors Black and Turquoise Blue Flofwer Bluebell Twenty Active Chapters OMICRON CHAPTER Established 1927 Ill! ra- 'vs V Q .,- ,..r if qi-X lx . X9 FQ 4' -if elf? Fur! Row: Elliot Danzig, Charles B. Hirsch, Harold Lee Levine, Harold Burson Second Row: Cedric Feibelman, Stanley Lavner, Bernard Moyer, Melton Bloom Third Row: Harold Brownstein, Beinard Edelstein, James M. Fried, Phil Kanter Fourlb Row: Leonard Kline. Lee Meyer, Irwin M. Sebulsky, Edwin Wasserman. . , 1- .- u ,Ji . .. .2 f 4 A ,a v rw rx + ' n"X Za. tg .- ,JN CW , rj, wa K -. W 1 .uni . j, 'I . ,?,.,,.x l ., 3' I J , Y A , Sit A , i ' ,112 L. 1 . va A ,faqllr I- iL,H G 'V 5' Dnrxiir' Y Ui, -. , ... Q N. l Y r,.'.. l " .1 , :iw A A, -Mr, .., ,Emi ,I .. A 5 ' in, ..,.- I EPSILCDN PI FRATERN lVlEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY' ELLIOTT lj.-XNZIG . . . . Rolling Fork, CHARLES BEER HIRSCH .... Vicksburg, l'l.XROLD LEE LEYINE . . . Clarksdale, l'l.-XROLID BURSON . . Oxford, CEDRIC FEIHELNI,-XX . . . Vicksburg, STANLEY LAVNER . . Inverness, BERNARD BIOYER . . Glendora, KIELTON BLOON1 . . jackson, l'lAROl.D BROWNSTEIN . . Greenville, BERNARD EDELSTEIN JAMES M. l"RlED . . . . .luka, . . .Vicksburg, lliss. llliss. Bliss. Hliss. Bliss. Bliss. llrliss. Bliss llfliss. Miss Miss ITY Founded 1904, Colors Purple and Gold Flonwr XVhite Carnation Thirty-two Active Chapters ALPHA SIGMA CHAPTER Eslablislfrd 1935 PHIL KANTOR . . Clarksdale, Bliss. LEONARD KLINE . .Angui1la, Miss LEE lvl!-EYER . . . . Meridian, Miss. IRWIN M. SEBULSKY Clarksdale, Miss EDw1N VVASSERMAN . Yonkers, N. Y. t A U im F52 fs-1" ...ri-C' -- I -x.1-Ki-L 2 . ,V ,,.f' f X, Q. y. X ,ff XZ ff! MQW W U W . ORGANIZATIONS Dx fr- 111 Fir!! Row: Bobby Vifall. Frank Tindall. Waker Prospere. Frank Ford. James Alexander. Coleman Branton. Eddie Carnes. Kenneth Crosbv. Elliott Danzig Second Row: Wfebb DeLoach, John Evans, Charles Fair, Brent Forman, Tom Gardner, Alex Gilliam, Harold Gotrhelf, Frank Hart, Paul Johnson Third Row: Richard Keye, Eddie Mack Morgan, Thad Moseley, Sam Olden. Morgan Roseborough, Dan Shell, Homer Turner, Erskine XVeIls, Alonzo Wfestbrook B L U E K E Y NATIONAL HONOR FRATERNITY Founded Lhiversity of Florida in 1924 UNIVERSITY OF MISSISSIPPI CHAPTER Establishefl at Ole Illiss in 1929 OFFICERS BOBBY XVALL .... . . . . ..... President FRANK TINDALL .... . . . Vice-President XV.-XLSER PROSPERE . . .... Secrefary FRANK FORD . . . . . . Treasurer T. C. KIMBROUGH . . . Faeulty Adviser RIEMBERS IN FACULTY T. C. KIMBROUCH JOHN XVADE ACTIVE RIEMBERS JAMES ALEXANDER COLEMAN BRANTON EDDIE CARNES KENNETH CROSBY ELLIOTT DANzIc XVEBB DELOACH JOHN EVANS CHARLES FAIR BRENT FORMAN TOM GARDNER ALEX GILLI.AM HAROLD GOTTHELF FRANK HART PAUL JOHNSON RICHARD KEYE EDDIE M. IVIORG.-KN l235J THAD MOSELEX' SAM OLDEN IVIORG.-KN ROSEBOROUGH DAN SHELL HOMER TURNER RICHARD VVATSON ERSKINE XVELLS ALONZO WESTBROOV ORG A NIZATIONS Fin! Row: Billy Nlounger, Coleman Branton, Dan Shell, Francis Bowling, Kimble Bradley, Gerald Burrow, Kenneth Crosby, Elliott Danzig Serovxd Row: Charles Fair. Tom Gardner, Billy Gates, Alex Gilliam, Parker Hall, Frank Hart, E. H. Hix, Curtis Johnson, Eddie Mac Morgan Third Row: Morgan Roseborough, Fred Shaw, J. B. Smith, Frank Tindall, Robert Wall, R. L Watson, Erskine Wells, Clifford Worsham BILLY OMICRON DELTA KAPPA NATIONAL I-IONORARY FRATERNITY Founded IQI4. MOUNGER . . . AL PHA PHI CIRC Established 1935 - OFFICERS COLEMAN BRANTON . . . T. A. BICKERSTAFF DAN H. SHELL . . T. A. BICKERSTAFF A. G. BOVVEN FRANCIS BOWLING KIMBLE BRADLEY GERALD BURROW KENNETII CROSBY ELLIOTT DANZIG CHARLES FAIR TOM GARDNER BIEMBERS IN FACULTY A. B. BUTTS R. M. GUESS W. S. MALONE HARRY MEHRE MEMBERS BILLY GATES ALEX GILLIAM PARKER HALL FRANK HART E. H. HIX CURTIS JOHNSON EDDIE MAC MORGAN MORGAN ROSEEOROUGH l2361 . . . . .President . . .Vice-President . . .Secretary ' Treasurer H. L. QUARLES J. W. SILVER FRED SHAW J. B. SMITH FRANK TINDALL ROBERT WALL R. S. WATSON ERSKINE WELLS CLIFFORD WORSHAM onelulzlnons ...gy 3 Fxnt Raw: Elmer Henry, Katharine Clark, Caruthers Gholson Second Row: Louise Lindsey, Gene Alberstett, Mary Cruise, Marguerite Freeman Thml Row: Viola James, Helen Lum, Mariette McDonald THE TASSEL A SENIOR HUNORARY ORG.XNlZ,I'XTIfJN FOR XVUAIEN Foundvzl 1037 OFFICERS ELMER HENRY .... ..... P resident IQATHARINE CLARK . . . . Iliff'-PI'F5il,c"7Zf CARUTHERS GHOLSON . . . . Seeremry LOUISE LINDSEY . . Treasurer MEMBERS M.ARGL'ERlTE FREEMAN LOUISE LINDSEY GENE ALBERSTETT ICATHARINE CLARK CARUTI-IERS GHOLSON HELEN LUM NIARY CRUISE ELMER HENRY NIARIETTE MCDONALD VIOLA JAMES FACULTY SPONSORS MRS. ALICE J. GATCHELL Miss ESTELLA G. HEFLEY MISS EVELYN NVAY l:237l 7 ODGA NIZATIONS s. Fun Row: Alex Gilliam, George Butler, III, Bob Perry, Bobby Wall, James Alexander, William Bearden James Biedenharn Second Row. Coleman Branton, Buchanan Gardner, John Kuykendall, J. B. Mitchell. Jack Patty, Billy Price Third Row: Clifford Schultz, Dan Shell, Edgar Stephens, Fletcher Veazey, Charles Williams. P H I D E L T A P H I INTERNATIONAL LEGAL FRATERNITY Founded at University of Michigan, 1869 MAYES INN Established at Ule llfliss, 1927 Colors: Claret Red and Pearl Blue ALEX GILLIAM, JR .... GEORGE BUTLER, III . BOB PERRY . . . BOBBY WALL. JAMES ALEXANDER WILLIAM BEARDEN JAMES BIEDENHARN COLEMAN BRANTON Flofwer: Jacqueminot Rose OFFICERS MEMBERS BUCHANAN GARDNER JOHN IQUYKENDALL J. B. MITCHELL JACK PATTY BILLY PRICE CLIFFORD SCHULTZ l238fl . . . Magister . ' . . Historian . Exchequer . Clerk DAN SHELL EDGAR STEPHENS FLETCHER VEAZEY CHARLES VVILLIAMS , .4.I..,F. I ORGA NIZATl0NS First Row: Homer Turner. John Dale, Ed Rather, R. Tipton. Bill Anderson. Bill Allen, Griffin Alford Srtond Row: T. C. Buford. B. Conway. Albert Gardner. Leroy Hidinger. Ewing Hurdle, Fred Nelson, William Newton Third Row: Tims Quinn, Clifton Rawls, George Shelton, H.E. Smith, Marvin Smith. Davis Wesson, Alonzo Westbrook DELTA SIGMA Pl PROFESSIONAL BUSINESS SCHOOL FRATERNITY HOMER TURNER . . JOHN S. DALE . ED RATHER ..... JULIUS R. TIPTON BILL ANDERSON . J. W. BEI.L GRADY GUYTON BILL ALLEN GRIFFIN ALFORD T. C. BUFORD J. B. CONWAY ALBERT GARDNER OFFICERS FACULTY RIEMBERS RALPH SACRETT HORACE BROVVN ACTIVE RQIEMBERS LEROY HIDINGER EWING LEE HURDLE FRED NELSON WILLIAM NEWTON TIMS QUINN CLIFTON RAVVLS lI239l . . . . .Headmasler . Senior Il'arr1en . . . . .Sfribe . . Trrasurfr .Historian W. P. TRUMBULL C. F. DUNHAM GEORGE SHELTON H. E. SMITH MARVIN SMITH DAVE WESSON ALoNzo WESTBROOR ORGANIZATIONS fl lu Fifi! Row: James Barn' Smith. Joel A. Simpson. James A. Lauderdale. G. A. Bynum, Wriliard Barnes. Robert T. Bonney. Floyd Nl. Davis, O. P. Garner Second Ron: Hurd Horton. Claude A. Jackson. James G. Lopez. Malcolm I.. Pigford, Flank K. Tatum, James A. Xvallace, John W. Watkins, Spencer Barnes Third Run: Arthur Davidson. John XY. Evans, John S. Ewing. G. B. Flagg. Alex Gordon. Jr., John Langston, M. XV. Lathram. David W. McLean FOILYII' Ron: Charles B. Mitchell, Harold Robertson. Lee Rogers, Robert Royce, Edward Sheffield, W. C. Wfarner, Edwin B. Werkheiser, E. F. White JAMES BARRY SMITII . JOEL A. SIMPSON . . JAMES A. LACDERDALE DR. J. R. SIMMS XVILLARD BARNES FLOYD M. D.AvIS O. P. GARNER SPENCER BARNES ARTHUR DAVIDSON JOHN W. EvANs JOHN S. EWING PHI CHI PROFESSIONAL RIEDICAL FRATERNITY THETA PI CHAPTER Established 1926 OFFICERS . Presiding Senior G. A. BYNLM . . . . . Presiding Junior XVILLARD A. BARNES . . . . Secretary ROBERT T. BONNEA' . AIEMBERS IN FACULTY DR. LYNN .ABERNATHY DR. E. V. BRAMLETT ACTIVE RIEMBERS G. A. BYNIJM JOEL A. SIMPSON JAMES A. LAUDERDALE JAMES B. SMITH PLEDGES ' Srrond Year S. HURD HORTON JAMES G. LOPEZ CLAUDE A. JACRSON Nl.-XLCOLM L. PIGFORD FRANK K. TATUM PLEDGES First Your DAVID W. MCLEAN CHARLES B. MITCHELL G. B. FLACG ALEN GORDON, JR. JOHN L.-XNGSTON M. VV. LATHRAM L EE ROGERS E2-101 HAROLD ROBERTSON ROBERT ROYCE . . . Treasurer . . .Judge .-ldwocalc' . Historian and Editor DR. J. B. LOOPER ROBERT T. BONNET JAMES A. XVALLACE JOHN W. WATKINS EDXVARD SHEEEIELD VV. C. XV.-XRNER EDNVIN B. XVERKHEISER E. F. VVHITE onelnlzmlous , JU5 if-" 2. Fin! Row: Lee White Johnson, Joseph Eggleston Gardner, Sara Rebecca Eason, Arthur Guyton. Leo Abraham, Dr. Ray Janney Nichols Serond Row: Ruben J. Barnett, James M. Brock, Jim Brown, Gaines L. Cook, Mary Cruise Third Row: Richard Denman, Frank Ferrante, Ray Foster, Sam Edward Izard, Thad Moseley, John James Price ALPHA EPSILON DELTA HONORARY PRE-MEDICAL FRATERNITY . OFFICERS LEE WHITE JOHNSON ..... ..... P resident JOSEPH EGGLESTON GARDNER . . Vice-President SARA REBECCA EASON . . . Secretary ARTHUR GUYTON . . . Treasurer LEO MAAS ABRAHAM . . . . .Historian DR. RAY JANNEY NICHOLS . . Farulfy Adviser MEMBERS ROBERT JAMES BARNETT GAINES L. COOK S. EDWARD IZARD JAMES MURRAY BROCK MARY GPIIELIA CRUISE THADDEUS M. NIOSELEY JIM BROWN RICHARD A. DENMAN JOHN JAMES PRICE, JR. FRANK M. FERRANTE JAMES RAY FOSTER l,2411 ORGA 'Qu' zu-v NIZAIIONS First Row' Verclell Yelverton Ernest Puckett, Bless Roy Rusk, Freeman C. Hays, James Day I W L an Second Row: Edwin l3eemon, Merle Broizk, Catherine Evelyn Chadwick, Marguerite Holmes, Wiliam ayne og Third Row: James Knox Mooney, Everett Sheffield, Lucile Sullivan, Harriet Walker AMERICAN PHARMACEUTICAL Founded I852 OFFICERS VERDELL YYELVERTON . . . . . . . ERNEST E. PUCKETT . BLESS ROY RUSK . . FREEMAN C. HAYS . JAMES M. DAY . I MEMBERS IN FACULTY W. W. JOHNSON, Faculty Adviser ACTIVE MEMBERS EDWIN BEEMON MARGUERITE HOLMES MERLE BROCK WILLIAM WAYNE LOGAN CATHERINE E. CHADWICK HARRY WILLIAM LYNCH JAMES KNOX MOONEY F2421 ASSOCIATION . . . . . President . . Vice-President . . . Secretary . Treasurer . Reporter E. L. HAMMOND EVERETT SHEFFIELD LUCILLE SULLIVAN HARRIET WALKER olzairilziiloris "" C' ,.., 1' Fin! Row: H. E. Haney, Terry Suber. Leroy Worsham. E. Lauderdale. K. Adams, XV. C. Anderson. Hubert Barnett, L. B. Bord Strand Row: Harry Bryan, Robert Cook. George Davis. Elon Ellis. Victor Genge, Joe Glenn, Ben Gustafson, L, R. Harris Third Row: Robert Hickey, James Hill. Harry Hoffman. Joe Jim Hogan, Frank Hyde, George Kimmons. Jack Kirkpatrick. B, F, Mandlebaum Fourth Row: Herbert Reinheimer, Herbert Sanders, Harold Sherman, Lloyd Smith. Hervey Tatum. Frank Tobey. John XY'hite, Clifford Wbrsham AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CIVIL ENGINEERS Founded 1852 OFFICERS H. E. HANEY . ..... ..... P rvsidmt TERRY SUBER .... . . I 'ice-Pmfidmt LEROY XVORSHAM . . . . .Sm-vmry J. E. L.-XUDERDALE . . Treasurer MEMBERS J. K. ADAMS XV. C. ANDERSON HUBERT BARNETT JACK BAUGI-IN L. B. BOYD HARRY BRYAN ROBERT COOK GEORGE DAVIS ELON ELLIS VICTOR GENGE JOE GLENN BEN GL'ST.AFSON L. R. H.ARRIS ROBERT HICKEX' JAMES HILL H.ARRY HOFFMAN JOE JIM l'lOG.-KN FRANK HYDE GEORGE IQIMMONS JACK KIRKPATRICK l243fI B. F. III.-XNDLEB.-XUM HERBERT REIXHEIKIER HERBERT SANDERS HAROLD SHERMAN LLOYD SMITH HERVEY TATUM FRANK TOBEY JOHN XVHITE CLIFFORD XVORSH.-XM ORGANIZATIONS Snr I First Row: Clifford Wforsham, Seymour Rogovin, William Rust, Richard Sraggers, Leroy Worsham, John Kxrk Adams Second Row: Lawrence Brisco. Frank Ford. A. B. Hargis, Dr. Lee johnson, Ernest McCracken, Terry Suber SIGMA THETA PI AN HONORARY ENGINEERING FRATERNITY CLIFFORD XVORSHAM . . SEYMOUR ROGOYIN . XVILLIAMRUST . . . RICHARD STAGGERS LEROY VVORSHAM JOHN IQIRK ADABIS LAWRENCE BRIsCo BEN BUCHANAN FRANK FORD . . . . .Preszd . Vice-President . .Secretary . Treasurer . .Reporler A. B. HARGIS DR. LEE H. JOHNSON ERNEST RICCRACKEN TERRY SUBER ORGANIZATIONS Fun Row: Clifford Xvorsham, Dr. Lee H, Johnson, Terry Suber, A. B. Hargis, John Kirk Adams Serond Row: Dr. Alfred Hume, Joe Lauderdale. VUilIiam E. Rust, Jr., Leroy Worsham IA1 NATION,-XL PIONORARY ENGINEERING FRATERNlTY OFFICERS CLIFFORD XVORSHAAI. . . ..... .... P resident DR. LEE H. JOHNSON . ..... I'ice-President TERRY SUBER . . . . . Sffcrelary-Treasurer A. B. H.ARGIS . . . Faculty Adviser MEMBERS JOHN KIRK ADAINIS JOE LAUDERDALE DR. ALFRED HUIXIE WILLIAM E. RUST, JR. LERoY VVORSHAM If 245 1 l ORGANIZATIONS ...M ...., ,.. . W Y..- . .,.,. -i...N..... -A First Row: Clifford Worsham, Elmer Henry, James Puckett, Frank Futrell, Catherine Clark Second Row: David Crawley, John Evans, Arthur Guyton, Sykes Hartin Third Row: Richard Keye, Frank Laney, Virginia Thigpen, David Waterman, Leroy Worsham PI KAPPA PI HONORARY SCHOLASTIC F RATERNITY OFFICERS CLIFFORD VVORSHAM . . . . . . ELMER HENRY . . . JAMES PUCRETT . . . FRANK FUTRELL . MEMBERS IN FACULTY MR. P. K. IVICCARTER Miss RUTH MCNEIL MR. GORDON MEADOR MRS. GORDON ME.ADOR DR. C. S. BROWN DR. W. L. IQENNON ACTIVE MEMBERS ARTH UR GUYTON SYKES HARTIN KATHERINE CLARK DAVID CRAYVLEY . . . . . President . Vice-President . . . Secretary - . Treasurer DR. A. W. IXIILDEN MR. JOHN W. WADE VIRGINIA THIGPEN DAVID VVATERAIAN JOHN EVANS RICHARD KEYE LEROY VVORSI-IAM FRANK LANEY - l246J I ll . I .1 I , 5 , ,F I 'I if I I 1 l I 'I I I I C I olzelnwzliuons 1 cs .QL-N C? in 4' Q i' ., 7 1 -1' ' .1 Fin: Row: Frank Laney. Charles Conyers. Gaines Cook. Grimm Alford. Leo Abraham. Walter Bridgforth. Jim Brock. Lee Catching Second Row: David Crawley, John Evans. Brent Forman. Frank Futrell, Arthur Cwuvron. Torn Hammond. Svkes Hartin. Gm- Harhorn Third Row: Kenneth Haxton. Clyde Hughes. Richard E. Keye. Thad luoselev, Sam Olden, John Price. James Puckett. John Edward Rather Fourth Row: W'illiam E. Rust, Dan H. Shell. Augustus Tate. David Waterman. Davis Wesson. Richard Xvilkinscn. Charles C. XY'i1liarnS. Lerov Xvorsham PHI ETA SIGMA FRESHMAN HONOR.ARX' SCHOLASTIC FRATERNITY Establislwd 1929 OFFICERS FRANK L.-XNEY .... ...... ..... P 1 -midmf CHARLES CONYERS. . . . I'irv-P1-vsifiwzt GAINES COOKE . . . . . . Sm-retary GRIFFIN .ALFORD . .... TI't,H,fllI'Fl' R. II. GL'ESS . .faczllty Jdfiser' H. B. HOYY'ERTON . . . Farulty Jzlrisw' MEMBERS LEO ABRAHAM XVALTER BRIDGFORTH JIM BROCK LEE CATCHING D.AVID CRAVVLEY JOHN EVANS BRENT FORMAN FRANK FUTRELL ARTHUR GUYTON TOM HAMMOND SYKES HARTIN GUY I'1.-XTHORX KENNETH HAXTON CLYDE HL'GHES RICHARD KEYE TH.ADDEL'S RIOSELEY SAM OLDEN JOHN PRICE JAMES PIICKETT l2471 JOHN EDWARD RATHER XVILLI.-XM EVANS REST DAN H. SHELL .'XL'GL'STL'S T.ATE D.-XX'ID XVATERM.-XX DAvIs XXJESSOX RICHARD XVILKINSOX CHARLES C. XVILLIABIS LEROY XVORSH.-XM A j Q VA 57.. Ie' st Ron: john Third Ron Fourth Roar: ORG A NIZATIONS ig vi Kirk Adams. Thad hloseley. Crerh Speer. Frank Tindall, Harry Smith. Herman Taylor. Hubert Barnett. Charles Chandler Sam Olden Second Ron-: Alex Payne. Hire McLean, John Petty, Johnny VVhirten, Verdell Yelverton, Ernest Dixon, Julius Tipton, George Atkinson : Henry' Hay'nes, Riley Cunningham, Robert Rollings, Ollie D. Brame. Devalyn Conyers. Joe Friend. Edward Ellis, Tommie Walker D, Nl. Anderson, Frank Horton, James Day, Truman Yancey, Mack Blackwood, Bob Crockett, Cedric Feibelman, Harold Levine C O O C O A SENIOR HDNDRARY INTERFR.-XTERNITY ORGANIZATION IIEMBERS JOHN KIRK .ADAMS THAD NIOSELEY . CRE.-STH SPEER . FRANK 'l-IND.-XLI. . HARRY SMITH . . HERMAN TAYLOR . HIJBERT BARNETT . CHARLES CHANDLER SAM OLDEN . . ALEX PAYNE , HITE NICLEAN . JOHN PEITY . . JOHNNYXVHITTEN . VERDELL YELVERI-oN ERNEST DIxoN . . JULIUS TIPTON . Delta Kappa Epsilon Delta Kappa Epsilon . . . . Delta Psi . . Delta Psi . PhiKappa Psi . Phi Kappa Psi . Sigma Chi . . . .Sigma Chi Sigma Alpha Epsilon Sigma .Jlpha Epsilon . . PhiDelta Theta . Phi Delta Theta . Beta Theta Pi . . Beta Theta Pi . . Delta Tau Delta . . Delta Tau Delta HAROLD LEVINE . . lZ48l GEORGE .ATKINSON . HENRYHAYNES . . RILEY CUNNINGH.-wi ROBERT ROLLINCS . OLLIE D. BR.-SME . CHARLES CoNx'ERs JOE FRIEND . . EDWARD ELLIS . . TOMMY XVALKER . D. M. ANDERSON . FRANK HORTON . JAMES DAY . . . TRUMAN YANCEY MACK BLACKXVOOD Bon CROCKETI' . . CEDRIC FIEBELMAN . . .PhiEpsiIon Pi . Kappa .Jlpha . Kappa Alpha . .KappaSigma . . Kappa Sigma . .Jlpha Tau Omega Alpha Tau Omega . .PiKappaPhi . .SigmaNu . . . Sigma Nu . Pi Kappafllpha . Pilfappafllpha . .PhiPiPhi . . . Phi Pi Phi Sigma Phi Epsilon Sigma Phi Epsilon . .PhiEpsilonPI ORGANIZATIONS 'B Fxrst Row Roane Adams Anna Ayres Stuart Baclcstrom, Martha Howerton Second Row Mabel Klaus Jean Lxttlepage Ethel McBee Betty McCabe, Eleanor Myers Thxrd Row Knox Polk Vrrgmra Shelby ane Stephenson, Gertrude Wilkinson. AN HONORARY INTER SORORITY SOCIETY JEAN LITTLEPAGE ETHEL MCBEE BETTY MCCABE ELEANOR MYERS KNOX POLK GERTRUDE WILKINSON ORGA NIZATIONS iv 1 if ,L . i A 'gy ' ' ' Q f it 'Q r ,F W, N. , . .sg y 4 X - ' ' V S V Ai' " " Il 6 i 6' Q 'N 9' A I F A E 4 .: ' 'W 5 A V ' Q f , 1 . r I 'J'- A t Li ' ' F Z: 5' ' N ' X ' i A I X A Q 4 fn f Ron: Erskine W'ells, Sam Oldvn, Harold Gotthelf. Francis Bowling. Cooper Adams, Nlack Blackwood. R. T. Bonney, Coleman Branton, Lawrence Brisco Eliam Burns, George Cantin. James Canfield. Leo Caldwell Se ond ROW: Sidney Carlton, Cooper Crain, Kenneth Crosbv. Joe Daniel. Elliott Danzig, James Day, Wlvbb Del.oach. Eddie DelVliller, Archie Dickson Ernest Dixon. Joe Eddins. Wfilson Ellis. Charles Fair Third Run: Bill Fedric. Travis Filgo. Frank Ford, Brent Forman. Ray Foster, Alex Gilliam, Alton Grimes, Clarence Harvey, Charles Hirsch, Clark Holmes T. G. Huffnian. S. E. Izard, Nick Johnson Piuinlv Rauf: Charles Lenz, Ernest McCracken. McNeclv Marion. J. P. McNinch. Thad Moseley. Billy Mounger, Billy Neville, Quin Nelson, L. G Phillips NY-'alser Prospere, James Puckett. Clifton Rawls. G. C. Robertson Fi fb Row: Shelby Rogers, Fred Shaw, Dan Shell, E. H. Simpson, J. B. Smith. Frank Tindall, Julius Tipton, Charles Traylor, Homer Turner, Bobby Wall Richard Watson, Johnny Wfhitten, Clifford Wforsham SENIOR Y .... ABINET ERSKINE WELLS . SAM OLOEN . . HAROLD GO1"l'lIELF COOPER ADAMS MACR BLACKXYOOD R. T. BONNEY COLEMAN BRANTUN LAWRENCE BRlSCO ELTAM BURNS GEORGE CANTIN JAMES CAN!-'IELD LEO CAI,DXVEI,l, STONET' CARLTON COOPER CRATN KENNETH CROSBY JOE DANIEL El.l,l0'lVl' DANZIG E. P. l7AVlS OFFICERS . . . Pn'sidrn1 FRANCTS BOWLING . . J. . . Treasurer . 1'iU'-Pl'L'.fidl'l1l R. MALCOLM GUESS ...... Grnrral Secretary . . . . . . Srcrelary DR. J. C. CUI.l.EY . . . Clllliflllllll Board of Diredors JUDGE T. C. IQIMBROUGH . . JAMES M. DAY VVEEB DELOACH EDDIE DElVllI.l.liR ARCIIIE DICKSON ERNEST D1xON JOE EDDINS xVlI.SON ELLIS CHARLES FATR BTLL FEDRIC TRAviS FTLOO FRANK FORD BRENT FORMAN RAT' FOSTER ALEX CEILLIAM Al,'l'KJN f?RlMES CLARENCE HARVEY RIEMBERS li250l . Fafuliy Tr1'a.v1u'rr CHARLES HTRSCH CLARK HOLMES T. G. HUEEMAN S. E. IZARD NICK JOHNSON CHARLES LENz ERNEST MCCRACREN MCNEELY MARION J. P. MCNiNcii Tllfill MOSELET' BTLLT MOUNGER BILLY NEVTLLE ROONET' QUTN NELSO L. G. PHTLLTPS VVALSER PROSPERE JAMES PUCKEVI' N CLIFTON RAVVLS G. C. ROBERTSON SHELBY ROGERS FRED SHAYV DAN SHELL E. H. SIMPSON, JR. J. B. SMTTH E FRANK TlNDikl.l. JULTUS TlP'l'0N CHARLES TRAYLOR HOMER TURNER BOBBY VVALI. RICHARD WATSON JOHNNY XNHITTEN CLIFFORD VVORSHAM ORGANIZATIONS tl Qs C sv 415 1 fs Firrt Row: Mary Ophelia Cruise, Mariette McDonald, Marguerite Freeman, Ethel McBee, Aileene Adams, Roane Adams, Anna Ayres, Frances Belcher, Katherine Lucile Clark Second Row: Mary Ruth Cranford, Mary Caruthers Gholson, Marjorie Gibson. Elizabeth Gillespie, Kathleen Gore, Margaret Hardy, Pauline Hartman, Elmer Henry, Viola James . Third Row: Martha Kennedy, Frances Kuylcenclall, Bettye Leonard, Louise Lindsey, Annie Fay Lomax, Annette Lowe, Helen Lum, Betty McCabe. Martha McCoy Fourth Raw: Etnel Price, Helen Sexton, Grace Marguerite Smith, Dixie Sparkman, Eleanor Strowd, Corinne Toomer, Dot: Vaiden, Juanita Warren SENIOR Y .... CABINET OFFICERS MARY OPHELIA CRUISE . .... ..... P resident IVIARIETTE MCDONALD . . . . . Vice-President MARGUERITE FREEMAN . . . . . Secretary ETHEL MCBEE . . . ......... Treasurer MRS. V. A. COULTER . . Clmirmnn Board of Dire'rtor.f MEIXIBERS AILEENE ADAMS MARGARET HARDY BETTY MCCABE ROANE ADAMS PAULINE HARTMAN MARTHA MCCOY ANNA AY'RES ELMER HENRX' ETHEL PRICE FRANCES BELCHER VIOLA JAMES HELEN SExToN KATHERINE LUCILE CLARK MARTHA KENNEDX' GRACE MARGUERITE SMITH MARY RUTH CRANEORD FRANCES KUYRENDALL DIxIE SPARKMAN MARY C. GHOLSON BETTYE LEONARD ELEANOR STRowD MARJORIE GIBSON LoUisE LINDSEY CORINNE TOOMER ELIZABETH GILLESPIE ANNIE FAY LoMAx DOTT VAIDEN KATHLEEN GORE ANNETTE Lowe JUANITA WARREN HELEN LUM I 251 1 I Tl 1 I I ' M It ORG A NIZATIONS First Rrw William H. Allen, George Atkinson, Lee Catching, Wilson Ellis, Harold Gautier, Rand Jones. Edward Lockard Charlc Murphy Second Row Owen Palmer, Guy Raner, Fred Rogers, Johnston Rowe, Hansford Simmons, Samuel M. Thomasson, Charles Traylor Robert Wahl Third Row Harvey Yaffe, Mack Blackwood, Walter Bridgforth, Kenneth Crosby, Elliott Danzig, Richard Keye, Robert Perry Richard Wilkinson DEBATING COUNCIL WILLIAM ALLEN GEORGE ATKINSON WALTER BOYETT LEE CATCHING WILSON ELLIS HAROLD GAUTIER RAND JONES ED LOCKARD CHARLES MURPHY OWEN PALMER GUY RAINER FRED ROGERS JOHNSTON ROWE HANSFORD SIMMONS CHARLES TRAYLOR S. M. THOMASSON ROBERT WAHL I HARVEY YAFFE TAU KAPPA ALPHA MACK BLACKWOOD WA LTER BRIDGFORTH KENNETH CROSBY ELLIOTT DANZIG RICHARD KEYE ROBERT PERRY HANSFORD SIMMONS 12521 CHARLES TRAYLOR RICHARD WILKINSON ORG NIZATIONS FIU! Row ohn Moore, George Atkinson, Marguerite Freeman, Louise McRae, Beulo Bowen, John Burrows, Katherine Clark, Mary Cruise Warren Cruzen Wayne Ellison Second Row Dorothy Falkner, Harold Gautier, Richard George, Gus Gerard, Russell Gulley, Bill Gurney, Farmer Hamilton, Robert Hamilton Pauline Hartman, Elmer Henry. Third Row Leroy Hrdinger, Beverly Hobbs, Frances Hopkins, Margaret Jackson, Bill Lampard, Charles Lee, Jean Litrlepage, Julius Lotterhos Miriam Mills Pat Murphy. Fourth Raw Nathan Peters, Catherine Rand, Carolyn Reed, Dorothy Reeves, Jessie Vic Russell, Norma Shuford, Hans-Karl Stauss Raiford Sumner Barbara Tinsley, Tommy Walker. INTERNATIONAL RELATICDNS CLUB JOHN MOORE .... GEORGE ATKINSON . . OFFICERS MARGUERITE FREEMAN . LOUISE NICRAE . . B. I. WILEY . BEULO BOWEN JOHN BURROWS KATHERINE CLARK MARY CRUISE WARREN CRUZEN XVAYNE ELLISON DOROTHY FALKNER HAROLD GAUTIER RICHARD GEORGE GUS GERARD RUSSELL GULLEY BILL GURNEY . MEMBERS FARMER HAIXIILTON ROBERT HAMILTON PAULINE HARTMAN ELMER HENRY LEROY HIDINGER BEVERLY HOBBS FRANCES HOPKINS MARGARET JACKSON BILL LAMPARD CHARLES LEE JEAN LITTLEPAGE JULIUS LOTTERHOS f253l . . . . .Preszdent . Vice-President . . . Secretary . Treasurer . .Sponsor MIRIAINI MILLS PAT MURPHY NATHAN PETERS CATHERINE RAND CAROLYN REED DOROTHY REEVES JESSIE VIC RUSSELL NORMA SHUEORD HANS KARL STAUSS RAIEORD SUMNER BARBARA TINSLEY TOMMY WALKER ORGA 7' ' ,QVN Gaz' 6- 1 3 QEQV ig 15?, K our ' " Furl Row: Richard Xwilkinson. David Crawley, Elmus Coleman. Fred Nelson. Thomas Avent, Lewis Barksdale. Frank Black. Joe Blythe. Billy Bridgforth. Second Row: Clifford Chandler. Elon Ellis. Robert Dow. Duane Forman. Billv Fuller. John Gardner. Harold Gautier. Max Golden. -lim Gray Third Row: David Holmes. N. B. Hooker. Roger Landrum. Charles Lee. George Nlaynard, George Nlontgomery. Matt Mosby. D. A. Noel, Gfimh Norquist Fourth Row: Ben Owen. Douglas Riddell. Sam Smith. Henry Stratton. John W'ilkinson. Thomas Xvilliams. Candler Wliselogle, Billy Wfitty HERMEAN LITERARY SOCIETY ALPHA UPSILON CHAPTER Founded at the lizziwrsity of Jlississippi in 1848 NIZATIONS , OFFICERS RICHARD TVILKIXSON . ..... President D.-XX'ID CRAXVLEY . . . . . Vire-President ELMUS COLEMAN . . . Secretary FRED NELSON . . Treasurer THOMAS AVENT LEVYIS BARKSDALE FRANK BLACK JOE BLYTHE BILLY BRIDGFORTH CLIFFORD CHANDLER ROBERT Dow ELON ELLIS DLHANE FORMAN BILLY FULLER MEMBERS JOHN GARDNER H.AROLD GAIQTIER MAX GOLDEN JIM GR.AY DAX'ID HOLMES N. B. HOOKER ROGER LANDRIIM CHARLES LEE GEORGE RIAYNARD GEORGE MONTGOMERY MATT 'NIOSBY I254l D. A. NOEL GRIFFIN NORQUIST BEN OWEN DOUGLAS RIDDELL SAM SMITH HENRY STRATTON JOHN TVILKINSON THOBIAS WILLIAMS CANDLER TVISELOGLE BILLY WITTY ORGANIZATIONS First Row: Carson Robertson, James Canfield, Griffin Alford, Leroy Hidinger. Fred Blackwell, Melton Bloom, Buelo Bowen. Ed Bramlett, H. Brownstein, Arthur Clark Second Row: Tom H. Cole. Tom Cole, Gaines Cooke, Al Fred Daniels, Edwin Daniels, Norman Duberstein, Donald Fiebelman, Jimmy Fried, Richard George, Gus Gerard Third Row: George Gillespie, Harold Gotthelf, Ned Gotthelf, Billy Grilin, Bill Guerney, Lee Russell Gulley, Sid Hopkins. Ewing Hurdle, John Johnson, P, W, Johnston Fourth Row: Leonard Kline, Bernard Kraus, Bill Lampard. Joe Lauderdale, Roy Lever. Dick Lord. Bernard Moyer, Edmund Montgomery. Minor Morgan. Gene Morse Fifth Row: James Nichols, Julian Noel, Linton North, Owen Palmer, Richard Prendergast, Nathan Peters, Bert Quigley, Guy Raner, Bryant Ridgway, George Robertson Sixrh Row: Dan Rogers, James Savage, J. C. Shirley, Louis Silver, Francis Stevens, Hugh Stevens, Robert Wahl, Tommy Walker, Pete Warren PHI SIGMA LITERARY SOCIETY OFFICERS CARSON ROBERTSON .... ...... ..... P r esidfnt JAMES CANFIELD ..... . . . l'ice-President GRIFFIN ALFORD . . . . . . Secretary LEROY HIDINGER . . . . Treasurer MEMBERS FRED BLACKVVELL MELTON BLOOM BEULO BOWEN ED BRAMLETT H. BROVVNSTEIN ARTHUR CLARK TOM H. COLE TOM J. COLE GAINES COOKE AL FRED DANIELS EDXNIN DANIELS NORMAN DUBERSTEIN DONALD FIEBELMAN JIMMY FRIED RICHARD GEORGE GUS GERARD GEORGE GILLESPIE HAROLD GOTFHELF NED GOTTHELF BILLY GRIFFIN BILL GUERNEY' LEE RUSSELL GULLEY SID HOPKINS EVVING HURDLE JOHN JOHNSON P. VV. JOHNSTON LEONARD KLINE BERNARD KRAUS BILL LAMPARD JOE LAUDERDALE ROY LEVER DICK LORD BERNARD MOX'ER EDWARD MONTGOMERY MINOR MORGAN GENE MORSE JAMES NICHOLS I2551 JULIAN NOEL LINTON NORTH OVVEN PALMER RICHARD PRENDERGAST NATHAN PETERS BERT QUIGLEX' GUY RANER BRYANT RIDGVVAY GEORGE ROBERTSON DAN ROGERS JAMES SAVAGE J. C. SHIRLEY LOUIS SILVER FRANCIS STEVENS HUGH STEVENS ROBERT W7AHL TOMMY VVALKER PETE YVARREN ORGANIZATIONS T' First Row: Mary Elxzabeth Cook, Ruth Erwin, Helen Fuller, Eleanor Ham Second Row: Evelyn Hillin. Mildred Isaacson. Sue Keel. Bae Kramer, Margaret McCoy Third Row: Virgene Mize, Eleanor Myers, Carolyn Reed, Juanita Walker T R I A D S SOPHOMORE PIONORARY SOCIETY MARY ELIZABETH COOK RUTH ERWIN HELEN FULLER ELEANOR HAM EVELYN HILLIN MILDRED ISAACSON MEMBERS JUANITA WALKER I2561 SUE KEEL BAE KRAMER MARGARET MCCOY VIRGENE MIZE ELEANOR MYERS CAROLYN REED ORG A NIZATIONS Dr. W. L. Kennon, Alex Gilliam, Knox Polk, Francis Bowling STUDENT DANCE COMMITTEE DR. W. L. KENNON . . .... Faculty Chairman ALEX GILLIAM, JR. . .Executive Chairman KNOX POLK ..... . . . Girls' Chairman FRANCIS BOWLING . . . Floor Chairman DALE AUSTIN MACK BLACKWOOD COLEMAN BRANTON LAWRENCE BRIscO JOE DANIEL ELLIOTT DANZIG FLOOR COMMITTEE WEBB DELOACH JOHN EVANS HAROLD GOTTHELF FRANK HART EDWARD IZARD GASTON JONES JOHN KUYKENDALL ERNEST MCCRACKEN lf2571 IRBY NIOORE TH.AD MOSELEY BILLY NEVILLE FRED SHAW JULIUS TIPTON ERSKINE WELLS Thank and Apolog We, the Editor and Business Manager, wish to thank the following individuals and organizations for their many efforts to make this book a success: The OLE MISS staffs for the many hours of hard work they have done in order to meet discount dates and get the book to students on time, the Publications Council for its time spent in ironing out financial problems and other matters of general policy, the Cardinal Club for its appropriation to defray expenses of padding our covers, Blue Key and O. D. K., Honor Fraternities, for selecting the 1939 beauties, the Student-Faculty Committee, for tabulating ballots cast at the Beauty Review, which determined the 1939 Favorites, The Mississippian for the publicity given this book, Prof. P. K. McCarter for aid in correcting manuscript copy, Mr. Ed Lipscomb, Director of the Mississippi Advertising Commission, and the Management of the Times-Picayune for their contributions of some indispensable pictures, Mr. R. G. Benson, Mr. W. A. Benson, Mr. Joe Ledbetter, and Mr. Dan Eadie, of the Benson Printing Company, for their designing and handling of printing details to our com- plete satisfaction, Mr. and Mrs. R. Cofield for their splendid photographic work and full cooperation with the staff, Mr. Robert Faerber, Mr. Eugene Fitzgerald, and Mr. Roy Hickman, of the Alabama Engraving Company, for their excellent en- gravings and personal interest in the book. ' Ar the time of publication no errors have been discovered. In the event errors are found, the Editor offers apology to the individuals concerned and asks their just consideration. He has exhausted all means in his power to secure correctness. OUR ADVERTISERS niversity of Mississippi 1848 UNIVERSITY, MISSISSIPPI 1939 The UniversiTy is composed oT The Tollowing divisions: The College oT Liberal ArTS. The Schools oT Law, Engineering, EducaTion, Medicine, Pharmacy, Commerce and Business AdminiSTraTion, The GraduaTe School, and UniversiTy ExTension. Splendid TaciIiTies Tor general and specialized educaTion are provided by The Liberal ArTs College and The ProTessionaI Schools. SUMMER SESSION Six Weeks' Term ........... June 7 To July I8 Nine Weeks' Term . . . ...... June 7iTo Aug. 5 Courses Given in The C.oIlege oT Liberal ArTs, The GraduaTe School, and The Schools oT Law, Business AdminisTraTion and Commerce, and EducaTion LAW SCHOOL TERMS FirsT Term . . .......... June 4 To July I5 Second Term . . . . July I7 To AugusT 26 RecreaTion--wiTh The new swimming pool available Tor use during The Summer Session, along wiTh oTher TaciIiTies and opporTuniTies Tor reIaxaTion To be provided, The recreaTionaI inTeresTS oT sTudenTs will be amply cared Tor. Expenses are very moderaTe eiTher Tor The Regular Session or Tor The Summer Session BEHIND YOUR INDEPENDENCE LIES THE PENN MUTUAL HOMER E. TURNER, Special AgenT PENN MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO. J. N. McLEAN AGENCY JACKSON, MISS. COLONIAL HOTEL Oxford, Mississippi WELCOMES ALL FRIENDS OF OLE MISS THE J. E. INEILSCDN co. 6 u . "- ffh' nnggpwslgml- 'i .ko .I. I, - X N-,I ,, xi L5 , Y - Since 1339 I939 I l SOUTH'S OLDEST STORE Complimenls ol ELLICTT LUMBER i COMPANY U COMPLIMENTS OF All Kinds Building Maierials Lumber. 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