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

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THIS HERE IS THE UNIVERSITY OF MISSISSIPPI spreading Magnolias, where the scent of honeysuckle and azalias fill the warm evening air. It ' s the land of mint juleps and ante-bellum columns, and long time ago, we done decided there ain ' t no place like this ' en. Cause only here can you lean back so comfortably after the sun sets on the levee, cast away all those worldly cares, and listen as the darkies sing softly in the moonlight. . . And I want you lovely belles . you sons of the Ole South . . . and you Yankees, too. . . . To come along with me through the pages of this which incidentally, Suh . . . is the one hundredth anniversary of the founding of our glorious con- federacy. This here Yearbook was compiled by DOUG LEWIS, with NOEL FERGUSON holding the carpet bags. So sit a spell with me here on the veranda of the Ole Lyceum, relax and let ' s re- call. ... WELCOME REBELS May God Bless you and Keep you . . . Freshmen Beauties and the Beast Damn ... Another roommate! They shouldn ' t let stuff like that out in the rain. Thank goodness . . . The last one MIC Just pour me a little one. Only 3000 more hands, and I ' ll be through for the day. Alcohol and gas WILL mix Ole Miss ' s new feature twirler in action. We ' re No. 1 ... in Mississippi Wait till next year ... better yet, year after. Straight from the Twenties. Escape from campus politics And Meredith wants in? Rain never stopped Squirrel Season Gotta Chaser? All right Freshmen--Back to bed A pair of Clippers Side by Side . Young Man in a Hurry Damn ... What a test No—You don ' t want McGaha. Our overworked police force during registration. You WILL help me at night ... Sometimes it ' s hell to concentrate. Cut you high card—Double or Nothing. I bet Basketweaving is closed by the time I get in. Today EVERYBODY ate pork. There ' s ALWAYS room for ONE more BOYS!!! Being Chancellor is hard work??? My friends. I get out in a year . . . Maybe. Well some people pay for papers. I didn ' t flunk, I.B.M. made a mistake. The glory of it? Damn—this class is interesting. 1 heard that lecture last semester. What do you mean-10 cuts? I have been known to tutor at night . . . Have you seen the Spanish flick at the Drive-in? Say rubber-baby-buggie-bump er. Number fourteen Is False. NEED LIQUOR, CALL 476, A day ' s work. Frosted Bricks, Well , , . They can ' t screw up a salad. Don ' t kill him with the straw—He ' s cute. He must waste all his time ... I ' ve seen him in here six times today. We told you io use DIAL I ' m Drunk, who are you? When in Rome. Damn that tickles, Come as the person you ' re glad you ' re not, Imported Luau. I ' ll trade you. Well, what ' s it worth to you? Forget Hell! ! Hold the Crown—There ' s been a recount, This isn ' t Scott Field? See that majorette over there? BANG! ! ! If you don ' t like what I say, you can leave. Say Chief, you ' re old enough to be her father. I ' m really the best qualified, you know. What ' s our chance at LSU ... Well ... er SPACE FILLER. Who headed the committee? YEA, get your knee out of my back. Miss Rita Wilson, " Miss Tennessee " ; Miss Annice Raye Jernigan, " Miss Mississippi " ; Miss Kay Burns, " Miss Missouri " , I thought it was funny. . Oh well . .. win some ... lose some .. . Twist hell ... that ' s SEX. I ' d like to introduce my candidate for- Dr. George I. Blanksten Dr. S. E. Leavitt, Dean A. B. Lewis, and Dr. C. Longest meet Governor R. R. Barnett is welcomed to the campus for the Phi Alpha as the " Longest Lecturers " are started. Delta District Conclave. Night of flight and tranquility. A. S. B. Movie Committee stages usual weekly shows. Fashions, Modeling, all part of ca mpus life. The University Dancers practice for spectacular productions, Experience and stage production is gained in the University Players, Bus Stop Lovers stopped by sheriff in student production of Bus Stop. The last of the angry men Guilty or Not Guilty Twelve Angry Men Some people will do anything to get in a picture. She ' s really got this boy SNOWED. " Come hell or high water CLASSES WILL BE HELD. " TOUCHDOWN Hell came and away we went, The St. Bernard got through. What the hell if it is the Dean? What ' s for dessert. MERRY CHRISTMAS TO ALL. What do you mean I ' m not in Dallas? Under the mistletoe. Hey! Bartender! Somebody slipped in a steer. YOUR NUTS! ! ! Reproduction is Sexual and Asexual NOT Natural and Artificial. fell No. 1 he just came out of the building with the exam. Spanish? . . . Looks Hebrew to me. Well ... Time for another Coke. Hello Charlie, you got the exam? " here? doing I am What " That ' s a hell of a way to study. My tongue ' s caught!!! Freedom Riders—Jackson or Bust. What did I do this time? Body by Fisher—Legs by Steinway. On your mark. ' Contact ' Hell, it ' s my eye . . Keep in touch ... All ready now,—uh L uh 2, uh 3, Damn—not another recount! ! ! Remember the TITANIC. I ' d said I ' ll help—but DAMN. " B " as in BUSTed. But Girls, I ' ve Voted, I.D. Card? The Chief ' s got it. She looks better than the Colonel! Noted Frat. sets up campaign headquarters in the Grill. Whose going to drive back? Show-Off Where ' s Tarzan . . . here ' s Cheeta. Well, Soh That about concludes our year what a time was! you to . . and again, and I bid you farewell The of this is rather But for of you who to see your print, urge you to proceed. The subjects covered are as ADMINISTRATION FEATURES ACTIVITIES MILITARY ATHLETICS ORGANIZATIONS GREEKS CLASSES ADVERTISEMENTS And in conclusion may I advise you to SAVE YOUR CONFEDERATE MONEY, BOYS . . OF THE SOUTH DOESN ' T RISE AGAIN THE PRICE OF THIS PUBLICATION WIILL. TIP ROSS R. BARNETT The success story of the Honorable Ross R. Barnett should be an inspiration to the students of Ole Miss, for it exemplifies the steady determination and hard work which are necessary to realize one ' s goals. Governor Barnett rose from a humble farm-boy background to the highest position in our state. During the course of this upward climb, he was a student at the Ole Miss Law School, and since that time he has remained a loyal sup- porter of his Alma Mater. The roots of Ross Barnett are deeply imbedded in the traditions of Mississippi and the Old South, and he clings with uncompromising determination to the principles for which the South has always fought. However, he also realizes the needs for change which will be advantage- ous to our state. This is evident in his program of eco- nomic development. Also of note is the Governor ' s dedi- cation toward bettering educational opportunities for young Mississippians. For these reasons he is a loyal son of Ole Miss. DR. JOHN D. WILLIAMS Chancellor John D. Williams received both his B.A. and M.A. degrees from the University of Kentucky and his Ed.D. degree from Columbia University. Before com- ing to Ole Miss, he served in educational capacities in both Kentucky and Tennessee and as President of Marshall College in Huntington, West Virginia. While holding the position of Chancellor, he has at- tained state and national acclaim for his outstanding leadership in the educational field. He has just com- pleted a two-year term as President of the State Association, and he is now serving as a member of the Executive Committee. He is Vice-President of the National Association of State Universities and is a mem- ber of the Executive Committee. Among his other num- erous activities, he is Vice-President of the Southern Regional Education Board and is chairman of the Educational Plans and Policies Advisory Committee of the Southern Regional Education Board. Since Dr. Williams assumed the post of Chancellor in 1946, the University has greatly increased its educational opportunities for the student, its service to the people of Mississippi, and its prestige among the other of the nation. DR. CHARLES F. HAYWOOD MR. HUGH H. CLEGG MR. E. E. DAVIDSON DR. L. L. LOVE Provost Director of Development Comptroller Director of Student Personnel The Board of Trustees of Institutions of Higher Learning is composed of a group of dedicated Mississippians who are appointed by the Governor with the advice and consent of the Senate. This group, which is the govern- ing body for the University, is made up of 12 members who are appointed for terms of twelve years, in groups of four each four years, of whom one is appointed from each Congressional District, one from each of the three Supreme Court Districts, and two from the State-at-large. There are no ex-officio members. The Board of Trustees selects one of its members as President of the Board and appoints the Chancellor as executive head of the University. The new buildings and other expansions of our physical facilities are only a visible portion of the work done by this group, who gives up a valuable portion of their time to help guide the educational progress of our state. Thomas J. Tubb, Vice President; W. 0. Stone; R. B. Smith, Jr.; E. Ray Izard; Ira L. Morgan; Dr. Verner S. Holmes; E. R. Executive Charles D. Fair, President; Tally D. Riddell; Leon Lowery; M. M. Roberts; H. G. Carpenter; J. N. Lipscomb; S. R. Evans. MR. MARVIN M. BLACK Director of Public Relations MR. HENRY W. BOUNDS ...... Director of Food Services MR. ROBERT B. ELLIS ........... Registrar MR. HOWARD K. FAULKNER Bursar MR. RUDOLPH B. GANDY . . Director of University News Service DR. VERNON B. HARRISON Director and Physician in Charge of Student Health Service MR. TOM S. HINES Director of Student Activities MR. BINFORD T. NASH Director of Men ' s Housing GEN. FREEMAN GOBER ...... .. Assistant Registrar MR. HAROLD E. HANEY Purchasing Agent DR. CHARLES E. NOYES . . . Chairman of Publications Committee DR. KATHARINE REA Dean of Women MR. BURNES TATUM Director of Public Safety MR. JOHN W. WHITE ...... Director of Physical Plant MR. JOSEPH C. WHITE Chief Accountant DEAN A. B. LEWIS The University of Mississippi was founded in 1848 as a libera l arts school. From this nucleus has developed the College of Liberal Arts which today serves as an end for those students who are in search of a cross-section of general knowledge which will prepare them for intellectual and civic competence and as a starting point for those wishing to specialize in law, medicine, theology and other professional fields. A significant feature of this school is its Scholars Program which enables selected superior students to participate in advanced class sections and to meet and have discussions with eminent faculty members and outstanding campus visitor s. The dean of the school is Dr. A. B. Lewis. DEAN ROBERT T. FARLEY A department of law was established here by the State Legislature in 1854, making the University Law School the 4th oldest state-owned law school in the United States. A graduate of the 3-year course which is offered is able to practice law in any court in the state without further examination. This course is based on a thorough understanding of the principles of jurisdiction accompanied by actual practice in legal procedures. The school is accredited both by the Association of American Law Schools and the American Bar Association. The dean of the school is Dr. Robert J. Farley. DEAN FREDERIC H. KELLOGG The School of Engineering was established in 1900 as the 3rd school of the University and the first school of engineering in the state. Modern Carrier Hall with its well-equipped classrooms and laboratories serves as the headquarters for this school from which 5 professional degrees are offered in either a 4, 5 or a 6-year curricula. This school holds membership in the American Society for Engineering Education, the Engineering College Administrative Council, and the Engineering College Research Council. The dean of the school is Dr. Frederic H. Kellogg. DEAN SYLVESTER A. MOORHEAD The School of Education, founded in 1903, designs its curricula to fill the ever-lasting needs of the teacher in a complex society. The course taught gives the student a wide liberal arts background plus professional experience. Part of this training consists of an off-campus laboratory semester in which the student actually undertakes the responsibility of teaching under supervision. This school has earned accreditation from the National Council for the Accreditation of Teacher Education and is a member of the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education. The dean of this school is Dr. Sylvester A. Moorehead. The School of Medicine has its headquarters in Jackson at the University Medical Center which is composed of the University Hospital and the School of Medicine Building and was completed in 1955. With the use of these excellent facilities, a 4-year program which leads to the Doctor of Medicine has been established. The Bachelor of Science Degree and graduate degrees in the medical sciences may also be obtained from this school which is fully approved by the American Medical Association and the Association of American Medical Colleges. The dean of this school is Dr. R. Q. Marston. DR. W. ALTON BRYANT DEAN ROBERT Q. MARSTON, M.D. The School of Pharmacy was established at the University in 1908 and offers a four-year pre-professional and professional course after which the graduates are eligible for examination to practice pharmacy in any state. Students in this school make an annual trip under the direction of faculty members to visit well-known pharmaceutical and biological laboratories, where large-scale production of pharmaceuticals and allied products is demonstrated. The school is accredited by the American Council on Pharmaceutical Education as a Class A school of pharmacy. The dean of the school is Dr. Charles W. Hartman. DEAN CHARLES W. HARTMAN Since 1917, the School of Commerce and Business Administration has played an important role in the University by training its students for an administrative career in business or government and beginning the development of their proficiency in the application of such knowledge. Modern Connor Hall, which was dedicated this year, serves as headquarters for this school. In its well-equipped classrooms and laboratories students are given instruction which is designed both for those who plan to operate their own businesses and for those who plan to occupy responsible positions in the administration of business and governmental units. Since 1944 this school has been a member of the American Association of Collegiate Schools of Business. Dean of the school is Dr. Clive F. Dunham. DEAN CLIVE F. DUNHAM The Graduate School was formerly established at the University in 1927 to co-ordinate and administer graduate study and research; however, honorary M.A. degrees were conferred on distinguished graduates from 1848 to 1870. Centers of graduate study are the Bondurant Graduate Building and the University Library, in which carrels are provided for each student ' s personal use. Seminar rooms for graduate classes are also provided, with special collections and libraries available. Dean of the school is Dr. Lewis Nobles. DEAN LEWIS NOBLES According to tradition, once again the University of Mississippi, has the most beautiful young ladies of the South. This year, being no exception, many of the girls have won fame, not only on the campus, but some have even acquired national acclaim through their beauty. These young ladies have furthered their loveliness and charm by becoming members of the final top beauties to reign over the campus for 1962. The features highlight all outstanding personage on the Ole Miss campus. Beginning with Homecoming Queen and continuing through the Hall of Fame, Ole Miss amply fills the journals with outstanding leaders of the South. Miss Ole Miss and Colonel Rebel, our ideal Southern. Belle and handsome Southern play important parts in the life of Ole Miss. One always remembers the Parade of Favorites and Beauties and the climatic results of the judges balloting. Favorites were awakened at 5 A.M. with shouts of joy and anxiety as to their victories; while the beauties must wait for the final ranking and the publication of the OLE MISS. The Miss University Pageant which for the fourth year has brought an Ole Miss girl to reign over our state. Then in the closing years of our college careers we never forget the beauty and leadership which Ole Miss has most proudly prevailed through these one hundred and fourteen years. . . . Paul Jones (above) and Terry Tarr show one of their many talents as escort the beauties in the Parade of Favorites. Beauty candidates wait in suspense for the judges ' decision of the ten most beautiful girls on the Ole Miss campus. As the judges mark their ballots, candidates relax in the lights. Ole Miss, land of beauties, again reveals candidates for Miss America. Parade of Favorites, Fashions, and Personality. The SIG ALPH ' s, one of the outstanding talent groups, in performance. Intensive interviews were only one phase in the selection of the 1962 beauties. Students anxiously await entrance to the Parade of Favorites held in undersize chapel. Under the watchful eye of escort Terry Tarr, candidates parade before capacity crowd. Well Miss X in six numbers or less—Give Your Qualifications. Photographer Robert Alexander at work on the Natchez set. " Old Favorite " considered best backstage. Miss Sandra Scarbrough, a junior, comes to Ole Miss from her home town of Meadville, Mississippi. Among her many beauty titles are Miss of Mississippi and Campus News Queen. Her hobbies of hoseback riding and reading qualify her major of and Journalism. Miss Scarbrough is a representative of the Delta Delta Delta Sorority. Miss Kay Lynne Karsten came to Ole Miss from her home of Kennett, Missouri. Her beauty titles range from the Queen of Watermelon Festival, American Legion Fair Queen and Dunklin Queen. Her hobbies of water skiing, modeling and reading along with her campus activities in Angels Flight and the University Players qualify her major of speech and piano. Miss Karsten is a freshman and is a represen- tative of the Delta Gamma Sorority. Miss Patricia Glynn Chadwick hails from her home city of Jackson, Mississippi. Among her beauty titles are Miss Jackson, and first alter- nate for Miss Mississippi. Her campus activities range from Commander of Angel Flight to the 1961 Homecoming Queen. Miss Chadwick is a junior and her major is education along with piano and voice. She is a representative of the Kappa Delta Sorority. Miss Mary Carolyn Crutcher came to Rebel Land from her home of Nesbitt, Mississippi. Her hobbies are swimming, riding, snow-skiing, modeling and painting. A junior in the college of liberal arts, Miss Crutchers major is speech. She is a representative of the Chi Omega Sorority. Miss Katrina Ann Wheeler came to Colonel Rebels home from Montgomery, Alabama. Among her beauty titles are Miss Mississippi Southern Beauty Queen, and Miss Ecuador. Her hobbies of skiing, horseback riding, modeling and painting amply qualify her capabilities in her activities on campus in the Rebelletes and the University Players. Miss Wheeler is a fresh- man and a major in pre-medicine. She is a rep- resentative of the Delta Gamma Sorority. Miss Mary Moore Craige Miss Kay Butler Miss Olivia McCoy Miss Emily Champion Miss Renee Manning Miss Ann Dow Caruthers Miss Sharon Thompson Miss Susan Pfersdorff Miss Bonnie Buck Miss Miriam Wilson Miss Ann Phillips Miss Diane Klyce Miss Jan West Miss Helen May Miss Amy Permenter Miss Annice Raye Jernigan MISS MISSISSIPPI Miss Pat Chadwick HOMECOMING QUEEN Pat Sample REBELEE QUEEN Douglas Elmore Willamson COLONEL REBEL AND MISS OLE MISS Election to the Hall of Fame is one of the highest honors a student may receive at the University of Mississippi. Students of this caliber have demonstrated their leadership ability, endeavors, and above all—a willingness to work for Ole Miss. Their loyalty to Ole Miss has been demonstrated in numerous ways. These students are selected by a secret committee. The six receiving the most votes are members of the Hall of Fame. Top Row—Ralph W. Gilbert; Howard E. Boone; Billy Ray Adams. Bottom Row—James Lawton Robertson; Lorraine Loris Forbes; Richard Baxter Wilson. Heading the Associated Student Body this year is President Howard Boone. The president ' s duty is to see that all phases and laws of the Constitution are carried out. In his capacity of promoting the general welfare of all the students, he represents each member of the Associated Student Body. Dick Wilson is vice-president whose duty is to serve as President of the Campus Senate. Sandra Dabbs as HOWARD BOONE ASB President John Gregory, Kim Johnson, Ralph Gilbert, Tom Coleman, John Gunter, Robin Reed, Tom Brown, Jimmy Robertson, Billy Neville, Jerilyn Sandra Dabbs, Howard Boone, Dick Wilson. secretary acts as clerk of the Senate. Treasurer Jack Lynch is responsible for funds employed for student activities. The President ' s Cabinet consists of the Associated Student Body officers and nine members appointed by the president. The Cabinet ' s function is to aid the president in the execution of his duties. The Student Judicial Council consisting of five mem- bers is.the University ' s Supreme Court. One member elected by the student body to serve as chairman and the remaining four members are appointed by the president. Chairman Earl Parker heads the council this year. This council has the jurisdiction to hear and to decide all matters relative to the interpretations of the ASB Constitution. It may determine the constitutionality of any laws that are passed by the Campus Senate. The council also serves as a disciplinary body. ASB Traffic Board—Cecil Jones, Sally Spiers, Clark Hairston, Gaylen Roberts. JUDICIAL COUNCIL Justice T. K. McCraw, Justice J. F. Reed, Chief Justice G. E. Parker, Justice N. B. Biggers, Justice C. R. Davis. SENATE OFFICERS Jim Bonner, Tom Cleveland, Sandra Dabbs, Jackie Jeter, Steve Beach DICK WILSON President JIM BONNER President pro-tem SANDRA DABBS Clerk BUFFY BEACH .............. Marshal TOM CLEVELAND .......... Parliamentarian DICK WILSON President of the Senate The Campus Senate is the legislative body for the University students. This body controls all matters which are delegated to the student body by the admin- istration, and sets the policies for all student body activities so that they may be conducted for the best interest of the student body as a whole. The Senate is composed of one member from each section of every dormitory, each fraternity and sorority house, each district in Vet Village, two members from the Oxford students, and the presidents of each of the seven schools at the University. The Chancellor, the Provost, the Dean of the Division of Student Personnel, the Comptroller, the Dean of each school or their representatives, and a representative of the Oxford Chamber of Commerce also serve as mem- bers of the Senate. The vice-president, Dick Wilson, and the secretary, Sandra Dabbs, of the Associated Student Body serve as president and clerk of the Senate. The President Pro- Tem, Jim Bonner, and the Marshal, Buffy Beach, are elected by the Senate. The Chaplain, Jackie Jeter, and the Parliamentarian, Tom Cleveland, are appointed by the president. The Women ' s Student Government Association, corn- posed of every woman student on campus, is a self- governing organization which is headed by an Executive Council of 4 officers, elected by popular vote, and a Judicial Council composed of one appointed representative from each class. Working in wholehearted cooperation with the Dean of Women and all administrative officials, the W.S.G.A. tries to enforce the observance of all University policies and regulations. A House Council, composed of a president, secretary- treasurer, and two elected representatives from each floor, is elected in each dormitory. There officers, with the help of the Judicial Council, are responsible for the enforcement of dormitory and sorority regulations. A Legislative Council made up of dormitory and sorority house presidents and secretaries formulates these regu- lations, subject to the approval of the Dean of Women. The President ' s Council, composed of the dormitory and sorority house presidents, meets once a week with the W.S.G.A. President to discuss common problems. The W.S.G.A. is a member of the Mississippi Inter- Collegiate Association of Student Governments and also of the Inter-Collegiate Association of Women Students. JERILYN WILLIAMSON President, WSGA JERILYN WILLIAMSON CAROLYN BICKERSTAFF ....... .. Vice-President ROBIN REED Secretary ANN ROGERS Treasurer BETTY JANE FARMER Chairman of Judicial Council Najean Attebery, Beth Ballard, Carolyn Bickerstaff, Kay Butler, Myra Carter, Susan Eastland, Betty Jane Farmer, Jane Gilpin, Judy Lundberg, Laura Lynn McLemore, Susan Pfersdorff, Mary Randall. Seated: Jerilyn Williamson, Carolyn Bickerstaff. Standing: Ann Rogers, Robin Reed, Betty Jane Farmer. Robin Reed, Ann Rogers, Patricia Sheldon, Elaine Vinci, Jerilyn Not Pictured: Pauline Darrington, Tina Gates, Judy Sydney Johnston, Betty Lamar, Anne Langford, Lynn Pennington. Wes Godwin, Martha Fant, Tom Donovan. DOUGLAS B. LEWIS, Editor-in-Chief Sam DuVali, Patti Ray, Bill Mounger, Pat McMullen Susan Pfersdorff, Bob Bunnell The 1961-62 OLE MISS staff, despite many difficulties —physical, mental, etc. has put in many, many hours of work in order to present to the students of Ole Miss a pictorial account of this eventful year. The remodeling of the annual office during the sum- mer helped to eliminate a little of the bedlam which is characteristic of the conditions under which the staff and helpers work. Another improvement has been the establishment of regular meetings for editors and section heads in which mutual problems are discussed and ironed out. The position of annual editor is one which should not be taken lightly, for only under the direction of a capable leader ' can the work of such a large organization be carried on. Douglas Lewis deserves to be commended for his untiring, never-ceasing efforts to put out an annual of which both he and the students of Ole Miss will be proud. The bookkeeping for the organization has been carried on by Noel Ferguson, Business Manager, and his staff. They too deserve credit for their outstanding work. It has been truly a memorable experience for us, the staff members, to watch the steady progress of our work as the barren dummy slowly developed into the finished product. It is our hope that we have succeeded in pre- senting to you a book which will serve as a reminder of your college year 1961-62 at Ole Miss. DOUGLAS B. LEWIS .......... Editor-in-Chief MARTHA FANT . University and Student Government Editor TOM DONOVAN ........... Sports Editor PATTI RAY Co-Class Editor MARTHA HAMILTON Co-Class Editor BILL TATUM Copy PAT McMULLAN ........... Features Editor SAM DuVALL Greeks Editor WES GODWIN Military Editor BILL MOUNGER Organizations Editor BOB SEAWRIGHT I.B.M. CAROLINE EASTERBY ...... Assistant University Editor BO ALDRIDGE Assistant Sports Editor DICK VANDERMARK Assistant Features Editor CAROLYN NEWMAN Assistant Greeks Editor RICHARD FIELD Photographer HOWARD CAMP Photographer BILLY NICHOLAS Photographer BANKS EDWARDS Photographer SUSAN PFERSDORFF Executive Secretary BOB BUNNELL Executive Assistant DON KEITH Editorial Assistant DR. TERRENCE TARR Executive Advisor NOEL FERGUSON . Business Manager MITCHELL MALOUF .... Assistant Business Manager TOMMY ALEWINE Advertising Manager NOEL FERGUSON, Business Manager Business Staff: Mitchell Malouf, Tommy Alewine, Yearbook photographers: Billy Nicholas, Richard Field, Howard Camp. JIM O ' MARA Business Manager JAMES L. ROBERTSON Editor DON KEITH Managing Editor JIMMIE ROBERTSON Editor JIM O ' MARA Business Manager DON KEITH (1st semester) Managing Editor SIDNA BROWER (2nd semester) Managing Editor SIDNA BROWER (1st semester) ........ News Editor JIM ROBERTS (2nd semester) ....... News Editor BILL BARTON (2nd semester) Executive Editor ERNEST THOMAS ......... Advertising Manager BILL RUTL EDGE Sports Editor BILL MORRIS Advertising Assistant BRUCE BRIDGERS Advertising Assistant POPE KELLY ........... Circulation Manager CRIMES PITTMAN ....... Circulation Assistant MARGARET ANN WESTBROOK (1st semester) Organizations Editor SUSAN MOREHEAD (1st semester) ...... Literary Editor AL ATKINSON .......... Cartoonist PAT ANDERSON ........... Cartoonist BILLY NICHOLAS .......... Photographer J. GARVIN GREGORY (2nd semester) ...... Columnist Rayford Foster handles the Mississippian as it comes off the Ole Miss Press. This year the " Mississippian " has initiated a number of innovations which deserve the praise of the faculty and student body. For the first time, the entire printing job has been done here on campus thus enabling the staff to put out a daily paper rather than the customary weekly one. This four-page daily, which is distributed by means of wooden news stands in the academic build- ings, serves as an excellent means by which the stu- dents are kept well-informed on matters of school inter- est. The editorial section has presented a number of controversial articles which have aroused student inter- est and called to attention serious problems which face the school. With his new headquarters in the Journalism Building, Editor Jimmy Robertson has done an excellent job of co-ordinating the work of this organization and a newspaper which is a credit to Ole Miss. Jim O ' Mara, Business Manager, is also to be commended for his work as financial head of the organization. Through the efforts of these two leaders and their cap- able staff, the students of Ole Miss have been able to be kept up-to-date on the events which have made this year a memorable one for the University. Managing Editor, Sidna Brower is interviewed as The Mississippian is featured in " Covering Ole Miss. " The A. S. B. Dance Committee was chosen by Howard Boone, President of the A. S. B., and Meade Huff ord, chairman of the committee. This group is organized to take care of several areas— " booking of the bands, " welcoming, publicity, ticket sales, chaperones, and other incorporated services. It is the responsibility of the committee to sponsor all A. S. B. dances, street dances, and concerts. This committee works in conjunction with the other schools in the state through the aid of the Mississippi Inter-Collegiate Dance Committee. By working together, an artists series can be offered the state, thus cutting down on the agents fees. It is by this method that such celebrities as the Kingston Trio, Joni James, Bo Diddley, Bob Hope and Dave Gardner have appeared at Ole Miss in recent years. The Committee started off a successful year with the performance of the MarKeys at the annual Welcome Rebel Party. This event was followed up by Fulton Chapel performances of both the Four Freshmen and the Limelighters. The scheduled concert of the Brothers Four was called off as a result of bad weather. Sprinkled through the fall semester there have been other Dance Committee projects including street dances after pep rallies and dances following football games. Entertainment, of course, assumes an important place in the lives of all Ole Miss students, and the dance committee is striving to provide the best for the students. THE FOUR LADS THE FOUR FRESHMEN THE WELCOME REBEL PARTY with THE MARJAYS BRADLEY, JOHN R., JR. . CRAWFORD, JOHN A. . SAMS L. F., JR. . JONES, WILLIAM TIMOTHY CASE, HARRY L., JR. ROACH, JOHN M. TRAVIS, J. KEARNEY, JR. BROWN, RAYMOND L. RUSHING, ROBERT K. John R. Bradley, Raymond L. Brown, John Thomas Caldwell, Harry L. Case, John A. Crawford, Carl S. Downing, Richard M. Edmonson, William Timothy Jones, John M. Roach, L. F. Sams, Vernon L. Terrell, J. Kearney Travis. Not pictured: Neal B. Biggers, John H. Cheatham, Justin L. Cox, Arnold F. Gwin, Paul T. Jones, J. H. Hogue, Luther L. McDougal, Lloyd G. Spivey. The Mississippi Law Journal was established in 1928 as the official publication of the Mississippi State Bar. The Journal is published four times yearly in March, May, October and December under the auspices of the Bar and the University of Mississippi School of Law. The Editorial Board and Staff is composed of Students in the School of Law chosen by the faculty for schol- arship and ability in the field of legal writing. Material printed in the Journal is composed of leading articles written by eminent lawyers throughout the country. A symposium issue, which deals with some phase of Mississippi law, is usually published in August. Mr. Robert K. Rushing serves as faculty advisor for the Journal. The members of the Moot Court Board are chosen from those students in the School of Law who have demonstrated outstanding scholarship and leadership ability. The purpose of the Moot Court program is to familiar- ize students with the actual practice of law in the courts of Mississippi. Students participate in both trial and appellate work, including interviewing clients and preparing appellate briefs, and conducting courtroom arguments. Justices in appellate cases consist of one faculty member and two senior law students, and a well-known practicing attorney usually sits as judge in trial cases. This year ' s Moot Court officers are as follows: E. Williams, Chairman of the Board; Charles Thomas, Appellate Division Chairman; James Louis Garner, Chancery Division Chairman; Michael Keleher, Circuit Division Chairman; A. Dale Currie, Justice of the Peace Division Chairman; Robert Lanier, Records Division Chairman. John Crawford, James Louis Garner, James H. Herring, Michael Robert Lanier, George H. Lipscomb, Jr., George T. McPherson, Joe Odom, John Sullivan, Jr., Charles Thomas, Winton E. Williams. Not Pictured: John R. Bradley, Jr., Douglas S. Canning, John H. Cheatam, III, Dale A. Currie, William Denman, Ted Luttrell Jones, William Lewis, Jr., Luther McDougal, Breed 0. Mounger, James Phyfer, Charles Thomas. LT. COL. CLARK NEAL PMS T The Department of Military Science and Tactics, which is a unit of the Army Reserve Officers Training Corps, falls under the joint jurisdiction of the University and the Department of the Army. Its design is to prepare college students for positions of leadership and to train as junior officers those students who display the needed character and high quality of a United States Army officer. The training is aimed particularly at the Army Reserve com- ponents. The University ROTC program is divided into two distinct phases. The Basic Course is the preliminary step to the Advanced Course, which accepts those students who show promise of military development. The Course graduate may apply for a regular Army Captain W. G. Carter, Maj. Albert R. Ives, Maj. Whitney D. Stuart, Maj. Charles L. Butler, Sgt. Horace L. Gilliam, M. Sgt. Tom M. Sgt. Marion W. Garrison, SFC James T. Morris, Sgt. Louis C. Cox. commission as a Second Lieutenant in one of the four- teen branches of the Army Reserve. The several extra-curricular activities available to ROTC cadets include the Officers ' Club, Scabbard and Blade, Rifle Team, Drill Team, and Band. The Group staff is responsible for weekly ROTC drill. It consists of those students who show outstanding per- formance in the classroom, on the drill field, in campus activities, and in summer camp at Fort Benning, Georgia. Army ROTC Color Guard Army ROTC Rifle Team CADET LT. COL. RALPH GILBERT Battle Group Commander The Colonel ' s lady, Susan Sadler, was selected by the Army ROTC Cadet Group to be their Group Sponsor for 1962. Her official duties include presiding over Armed Forces Day and the Annual Military Ball and leading the Grand March under an arch of sabers. Colonel ' s Lady MISS SUSAN SADLER The Group Staff Cadet Mai. Howard Boone Exec. O fficer Cadet Capt. Doug Ferris S2-4 Cadet Capt. J. F. Barbour Cadet Capt. Gus Denton S3 D. S. WILFORD GAYLE ROBERTS Company Commander Sponsor QUIN STRINGER BETH BEALL HICKY WALLACE Exec. Officer Drill Platoon Sponsor Band Sponsor DRILL PLATOON FIRST SQUAD MORGAN DOBBS PERESICH FLOYD WARD PATTERSON CAMBELL SUMMERALL SECOND SQU AD JORDAN PERKINS ELLIS NASH ROSS THORNHILL DELLINGER HARRELL WHITENER RIDDELL THIRD SQUAD HENRY REED DUNAVANT BONACCI WALKER TATE PEEPLES HARTSFIELD OWEN NEILSON B AND PLATOON FIRST SQUAD ABRAHAM BALLARD GERRED PAYNE TRUETING MURPHY MIMS McMULLAN SCHWAN PARKS SHOEMAKER WALKER SECOND SQUAD LEIGH HORNE JOHNSON LAIRD DUNN SCRIVENOR OUTLAW McGLATHERY YOUNG McLAURIN RAY LIOLLIO THIRD SQUAD KIRBY PRINCE DALTON LIPPENCOTT LIGON SHURTLEFF TAINTOR WOOD TRAVIS LINDLEY PHAY G. M. LAWRENCE ANN PHILLIPS Company Commander Sponsor R. H. BOLIND C. R. SAMPLE C. L. LOTT R. S. CLIFT Exec. Officer 1st Platoon Leader 2nd Platoon Leader 3rd Platoon Leader FIRST PLATOON FIRST SQUAD BOYKIN STEINHART LEONARD JOHNSTON BERTLETT ROY MOORE MERRILL O ' BRIEN SECOND SQUAD PEPPER HERRING TOEPLITE HOUGH SHOWAH MERCER DOSSETT McHUGH BARBER THIRD SQUAD ARNOLD WARFIEID GODWIN BENTON MASHBURN HALL CRENSHAW ALLEN DUVAL SECOND PLATOON FIRST SQUAD BUNNELL DALTON SCOTT EASLEY MASON BOYD BROWN TODD TODD SECOND SQUAD MAUAR TAYLOR SCHROEDER RUTHERFORD SLAUGHTER GOWAN HOWARD CROOK SMITH THIRD SQUAD BEACH BALLARD BUTTROSS DEAR MONROE MICHAEL TOUCHBERRY ARLEDGE BRYAN THIRD PLATOON FIRST SQUAD CASSIDY INGRAM NABORS COTTRELL HOPKINS McINNIS CROW ESTES SECOND SQUAD NAIL BRYAN LAMB PRICE LONG HART MILLER THAMES THIRD SQUAD MEADOR WALDO McCLANAHAN WADLINGTON LOVE HARRINGTON ARNOLD RAY W. H. FRAZER NANCY BASS Company Commander Sponsor P. T. DAVIS J. W. CLARK R. A. BROWN N. B. WILFORD Exec, Officer 1st Platoon Leader 2nd Platoon Leader 3rd Platoon Leader FIRST PLATOON FIRST SQUAD CASTLE TUCEI JORDAN FARMER BARNES NEWTON KREILEIN MORRIS HANBERY HOLMES SECOND SQUAD POVALL FINLEY WEST CRISS ALPORT WILSON MOUNGER BENNETT KEMP KILPATRICK THIRD SQUAD FIELD WELCH McMULLAN PERESICH DALE CROCKER McREE ABERNATHY ROGERS HOOD SECOND PLATOON FIRST SQUAD CYGON GILLIS WHITE ROBINSON GOUDELOCK VINCENT MULLENS MASSI PERKINS SECOND SQUAD TELLER MAGEE CARLEY BOMBOY TYRONE JACKSON LUCAS SHIRLEY GARRISON THIRD SQUAD BERGOLD VERNON BAKER RUSSELL FURR McMASTER SANDIFER LEEPER SMITH THIRD PLATOON FIRST SQUAD DARNELL RICE SMITH WILLIAMS HORTON MARTIN MITCHELL WARNER DUDICH SECOND SQUAD TURNER DAVIS MILIKIAN LIPSCOMB ALEXANDER REGALBUTO MORROW LFE BAILEY THIRD SQUAD WILLIAMS GREEN MURPHEE WALCOTT WALKER BAIN GREGORY McALEXANDER LARSON B. R. ADAMS IAN WEST Company Commander Sponsor MILES RILEY T. C. SHELLNUT E. H. STEVENS A. TRAVIS Exec. Officer 1st Platoon Leader 2nd Platoon Leader 3rd Platoon Leader FIRST PLATOON FIRST SQUAD FRANK FLAHERTY CHURCHILL BROWN ROSS DELINE HARVEY BADDLEY RANDALL DEAN SECOND SQUAD WALKER CONNA WAY BLOUNT HERREN EDMONSON McGAVOCK LAMBERT TURNBOW CHANNELL OVERBY THIRD SQUAD KIMBRELL THAXTON BAILEY ADELMAN GREENE SWAIN DUNN TILLERY HEGGIE HOLMES SECOND PLATOON FIRST SQUAD GOODGE HAFFEY FERDON ABBOTT CHAMPION CHISHOLM HEIDEL HARRISON ELLIOT SECOND SQUAD FLAUTT PIGOTT IRBY UPCHURCH HEIDEL COURTNEY ALDRIDGE THOMPSON DABBS ABBOTT THIRD SQUAD WATSON CALDWELL LADUER HOLT RYAN DOLLAR DAVIS SAPOCH HORNE URBANY THIRD PLATOON FIRST SQUAD GUYTON WELLS BLESSEY RUTLEDGE WILLIAMS SHEPHARD BOONE JONES NORGUIST ROBERTS BEACH HURT SECOND SQUAD GUNTER HOOKE WILLIAMS PEGRAM WINDHAM RANDALL HOPPER FORD TAYLOR CASH THIRD SQUAD HIGG FOOSE MAUAR HUNTER MOSES JERMYN GARRETT GORTON PERRY WARREN R. R. BOURNE SANDRA SCARBOROUGH Company Commander Sponsor D. S. MILLER I. T. FRAME G. L. TUCKER Exec. Officer 1st Platoon Leader 3rd Platoon Leader FIRST PLATOON FIRST SQUAD WILSON CHAMBERLIN VAUGHN IRWIN IANOUS YOUNG MADDOX HARRISS FOSTER SECOND SQUAD HUFFMAN ALLEN ROBERTS HOVATER LEA PHILLIPS EASLEY MORRIS JENNINGS THIRD SQUAD PARKER BACKSTROM BOSSE BROOM DABBS BRENNER MURRAY DEWEES HAUBERG SECOND PLATOON FIRST SQUAD HOVIS NEWELL CULOTTA PRICE CROCKETT BRIGGS BELL EDWARDS HAILEY SECOND SQUAD BROCKMAN PRINE CARAS BAKER HUDSON MERRITT GALLOWAY GRANTHAM PRICE LAIRD THIRD SQUAD WILKINS MARSHALL WASHINGTON JOHNSON MURPHEY McBEE MACKINZIE MANGUM MATTHEWS METZ THIRD PLATOON FIRST SQUAD LACKEY CRIBBS JONES SHELTON SIMPSON HINTON SHEA BELL WELDON SATCHER FEILOS SECOND SQUAD SIMPSON MARTIN PHINNEY BAILEY NEAL McKELLAR McINTYRE FLOYD PRICE BOYD THIRD SQUAD SELMAN PORTERA CARLTON WEBB GARRETT THORBURN RAYBURN LEE SPARKS VICKERY I. W. O ' MARA BARBARA ELDER Company Commander Sponsor T. HALL M. S. KRETSCHMAR T. A. COLEMAN T. BRISTER Exec. Officer 1st Platcon Leader 2nd Platoon Leader 3rd Platoon Leader FIRST PLATOON FIRST SQUAD LACY KEYES NEBLETT TAYLOR STINE NELSON TONES DUCKWORTH KESSINGER PURNELL SECOND SQUAD DRAUGHN GRAGSON HARRIS HARRINGTON JOHANSEN TAYLOR WEATHERLY TONES LETORT CLEVELAND THIRD SQUAD BOLICH BRANDON GILES GRAERGER MYRICK RITER SISSON GOGGIN BARRETT SPIERS SECOND PLATOON FIRST SQUAD McWEENY DANIEL PIKE MOUNGER WEBB VAUGHT ROBERSON WELLS AYERS TUPMAN SECOND SQUAD LYONS FLECHER GOOCH GARTRELL KEMPERMAN SMITH MELTON SUMRALL LESTER CHIZ THIRD SQUAD GRAMLING GAMBRELL DEDEAUX BILLINGS DEESE HAYNES MIMS CRUMP PEREMUTTER LASSITER THIRD PLATOON FIRST SQUAD AVENT BRANDT NICEWARNER HERRING LOTT CABLE HEWES RICKS McCOLLUM SECOND SQUAD BLACK HINDS MASCAGNI MAYER LEE GREEN WILLOUGHBY GWIN JOHNSON WATKINS THIRD SQUAD DALE HODGE ALFORD PRAYTOR WHITTEN SLOAS MORGAN TOMLINSON MOSS CHAMBERS CAPT. RICHARD G. TOUART PNS T The Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps was estab- lished on the Ole Miss campus in June, 1946. Its center of operations is McCain Hall, which was named in mem- ory of the late Admiral S. McCain, USN. The purpose of the NROTC is to prepare carefully screened and selected young men for commissions as Ensign in the United States Navy or Second Lieutenant in the United States Marine Corps. Ole Miss is one of fifty-one other outstanding colleges and universities in the nation selected to enhance the United States Naval Academy in graduating officers of these two services. The NROTC students pursue their selected major field of study, as do their civilian contemporaries, and also study professional Naval and M arine subjects. Even though NROTC students follow a rigorous study schedule, not all of their time is spent in the classroom and lab. For eight weeks each summer, the Ole Miss Midshipmen participate in active duty training cruises. These cruises provide the student with shipboard train- ing and practical knowledge while broadening his ex- perience and outlook. Upon receiving their commissions, the new officers go to assignments aboard ship, in flight school, and bases around the world. The NROTC Regular Staff. NROTC Color Guard. Cadet Captains Inspection. CAPT. M. R, DENNIS NANCY WALL Battalion Commander Sponsor CDR. J. E. NEILL LCDR. R. E. FAIRFIELD LCDR. R. E. GOWER LT. W. H. INGRAM CPO A. C. CHAPMAN Executive Officer Operations Officer Supply Officer Communications Officer Chief Petty Officer Cadet Staff is briefed for the day. LCDR A. R. ATKINSON CAROLYN NEWMAN Company Commander Sponsor LT. W. B. FONTAINE T. L. TONES LTJG T. K. McCRAW Exec. Officer Chief Petty Officer First Platoon Commander FIRST PLATOON Squad 1 Squad 2 Squad 3 BOLAND CARLSON ACTIS JAMESON CURTIS GAY JONES HUDSON MATHEIDAS KASE DREW LOHRMANN EDWARDS FRANK MOORE CHURCH SPOONER JAMES SEMET KOEHLER DEM STONE SECOND PLATOON Squad 1 Squad 2 Squad 3 HAWKINS SHERWITZKI HEIDINGER GAINS OLSON DUISKELL ADAMS BETHARDE PARKER MADDOX BAXTER SATONS GERMANY HODGSON RATHBURN GRAVES McDONALD COOPER LCDR T. R. GEDRIS ANN WILLIAMS Company Commander Sponsor CADET LT. W. H. DRAPER C. R. BURKE LTIG C. E. COLE LTIG R. M. FERRELL Executive Officer Chief Petty Officer First Platoon Commander Second Platoon Commander FIRST PLATOON Squad 1 Squad 2 Squad 3 MADEO SAUL BARTON WALTERS GRAHAM LANGFORD ALLEN VALENTINE WATSEN MILLER POYTHEESS GAITHER TAYLOR SECOND PLATOON Squad I Squad 2 Squad 3 LYNCI I TONES MITCHELL THURNER W ALLACE GASTRELL IRLAND BOUNDS MORRIS HEAPS PERKINS MOORE CROSS KAMMIN DELPH MILLER LCDR L. C. BLACKWELL LISA COLE Company Commander Sponsor CADET LT. L. SHERMAN W. T. TATUM LTIG S. S. DECKER LTIG R. H. COFER Executive Officer Chief Petty Officer First Platoon Commander Second Platoon Commander FIRST PLATOON Squad 1 Squad 2 Squad 3 TATUM RANKIN RIGBY McGEHEE PULLEN DOW McCOY CHANIN GEORGE BRAZIL JAYNE NERI ARTMEN HARP SECOND PLATOON Squad 1 Squad 2 Squad 3 ROBERTS WEBBER SANTA CAMERON WITT WEALL RATLIFF HUGHES WEAVER HARRISON OSWALD NARO WILLIAM RICHARDSON STRICKLAND MILLER To meet the challenge of the increasing demand for personnel trained as engineers and scientists to cope with the problems and com- plexities of modern day warfare, the Navy Department established the Navy Enlisted Scientific Education Program. This program was estab- lished here at the University the fall semester 1958, and is designed to provide a college education leading to a baccalaureate degree to Navy and Marine Corps enlisted personnel that possess outstanding qualifications. Upon completion of four years of study in the broad fields of science and engineering these enlisted students will be eligible for a commission in the Navy or Marine Corps. The Five-Term College Training Program was initiated in 1945 by the Secretary of the Navy. Its purpose is to provide commissioned officers of the Regular Navy in the rank of Lieutenant Commander and below with the opportunity to receive academic training equiva- lent to five terms of College-level education. Officers assigned to the program will receive an education equal to that given to officers who are graduates of the United States Naval Academy at Annapolis. After completion of their present studies here, these officers will return to duty assignments within the Naval Establishment on ships and stations, both in this country and overseas. Capt. James R. Briley, Capt. Jay M. Russell, Capt. D. L. King, T Sgt. Curtis L. Rouse, T Sgt. Herbert Job, A, lc Thomas E. Shive. LT. COL. DOUGLAS S. CANNING The Air Force ROTC air science curriculum is a gen- eralized curriculum and consists of courses designed to produce citizens and officers who present well-rounded backgrounds essential in this aerospace age. The Department of Air Science (in progress at Ole Miss since 1947) consists of a staff of four officers and three airmen. Supervised by the University and Air Force ROTC, they conduct the air science course of study which is divided into two phases, basic and advanced. The first two years constitute the basic course, which aims at giving students an opportunity to acquaint them- selves with the aerospace power concept as well as to provide candidates for the advanced course. However, since not all cadets- will become air force officers, em- phasis in the basic course is on air age citizenship, and the course is intended for all young men who will as citizens face the challenge of the Air-Nuclear Age. in the basic course spend two hours each week in the classroom and two hours each week at a leadership laboratory. The last two years of the Air Force ROTC program constitute the advanced course. Here each cadet attends four hours of classroom instruction each week and two hours of leadership laboratory. In addition, all advanced cadets are required to attend a four-week summer train- ing unit at an air force base. The major emphasis in the advanced course is on the maximum development of cadets who have been selected for officer positions in the Air Force. The cadet-operated corps is the basis for the leadership laboratory and a proving ground for cadets. However, many corps-sponsored activities take place outside the leadership-laboratory. Among these are the activities the Arnold Air Society, Angel Flight, Drill Team, and Cadet Choir. The Arnold Air Society is a national honor society for AFROTC cadets. The corps is also responsible for the air force ROTC social event of the academic year the military ball. Thus, the cadet learns not only air science, but how to adapt himself to society. ROBERT S. COLLINS SHARON THOMPSON Wing Commander Wing Sponsor JAMES H. PERKINS GARY E. HIGNETT MORRIS J. SCHUR KENNETH CARGILE Dept. Wing Commander Wing Information Officer Wing Personnel Officer Wing Operations Officer JENNINGS COX PATTIE CANNING BERT F. CASE SALLY SPIER Group 1 Commander Sponsor Group II Commander Sponsor JOHN M. CAFFERY Dept. Commander JERRY C. DUMAS Dept. Commander EMUEL M. FERRELL ANN ADAMS Squadron Commander Sponsor CECIL S. EDMONSON GAYLEN C. ROBERTS HUGH C. LOVELADY Executive Officer A Flight Commander B Flight Commander Adams Dye Johnson Roberts Allen Earls Jones Rogers Atkins Ellis Landreth Russell Barnett Eavenson Lesley Schnieders Billingslea Fredrick McKeithen Schultz Boyer Gaines McMillan Seward Branton Gieselman Moreschi Smith Branton Gore Payne Smith Butterfield Hamachek Pennington Tidwell Cole Hinman Person Wilkins Cupit Howell Pickering Fooshee Dearman Jabour Poore Rochester Dowdle Hudson Randle Hill Jackson Robbins Anderson Dilworth Hanna Schroeder Barnes Dunagin Hawkins Sims Britton Earles Hall Snyder Buck Etz Herman Sprayberry Caldwell Fonda Homich Surrette Carpenter Fortenberry Johnson Stewart Corlew Gamill Jue Twiehaus Crockett Gennin Martin Westerfield Da11 Green Oglesby Winter JAMES M. McCORMICK ROSE CLAYTON Squadron Commander Sponsor ORVILLE G. ROBERTSON JOHN DEE JOHNSON JIMMY P. ROBERTS Executive Officer C Flight Commander D Flight Commander Abraham Himel Mattina Salloum Austin Holcomb Moreton Simrall Barszewiski Hopper McCool Sims Boggan Hughes Nickle Smith Brightman Jenkins Parker Townes Carter Johnson Patterson Tripp Haney Kellum Reed Varner Harris Marchbanks Ripper Weeks Altenbern Gary Ledbetter Rogers Arrington Glaze Lee Rose Barr Herrera Mayo Savage Bedingfield Hunter Murphee Simmons Coleman Jackson Perry Scott Crum Jennings Porter Smith Denton Johnson Roberts Smith Garnett Kilpatric Ray Steinwinder Garott Knotts Rich Swalm Lumpkin Raborn THOMAS McGAR DOT GRAFT Squadron Commander Sponsor WALTER E. SHETTLEMORE HUGH B. BRYANT JOE MIMS Executive Officer E Flight Commander F Flight Commander Bell Garrison Langston Petty Boeving Galyean Lesslev Quon Bounds Hardy Longino Robertson Bumstead Hamilton Lowrey Smith Center Harris McElwee Temple Chase Hartley Mallette Tollison Chesser Hinton Melton Webber Chin Holley Milan Willard Chu Hulett Nassour Willoughby Cuevas King Nelson Almond Gunton Lipscomb Spangler Buntin Hargraves Mays Still Byers Jorden McNeese Swalm Calvin Jue Moseley Taylor Childes Kramer Neyland Todd Elliott Landers Poynt er Watkins Geisler Lape Regan Williams Gillis Lile Rosser Wilson Rogers PERCY H. KAIGLER JUDY HALSELL Squadron Commander Sponsor WILLIAM B. SPINES BILLY B. TRIMBLE Executive Officer G Flight Commander Adams Brown Klier Shumpert Alexander Caldwell Lessley Smith Andrews Charles McDonald Smart Anthony Cofer McRaney Thompson Arnold Fulmer Moore Trahan Ayers Gunter Patty Vaughn Barksdale Hill Rankin Whittle Barton Hudgins Ray Wright Bicket Inmon Schulte Baker Duckworth Holmes Neal Baker Dungan Hughes Oglesby Branch Dunn King Paris Carrington Easterling Ladner Palmer Chevis Edwards McElvaney Phillips Cohen Foote Mclnvuale Rozolsky Crocker Freeman McLemore Ternev Daniel Gullett Millice Thompson Davis Holliday Montgomery Weathersby Hollingsworth Murray N. C. HERBERT LORRAINE FORBES Squadron Commander Sponsor THOMAS L. STENNIS I. N. KIRKHAM ROBERT W. ATKINSON Executive Officer I Flight Commander J Flight Commander Almon Hart Owens Ross Brown Hartman Palm Seabold Buchner Herbert Palmer Spratlin Capertor Hermerdinq Pekich Station Carter Hill Pfau Sullivan Fleming Jayne Phillips White Glowers Keirn Phillips Wideman Ford Little Pollizzi Wiley George McFarlane Powell Wingfield Gong Miller Roberts Wulderk Guttery Aldrich Brock Heath Raney Alexander Buelow Heidinger Reaves Baker Cockrell Hickman Redhead Ballard Daniel Holstein Reed Barenis Gillespie Horvath Roark Beck Goulding Hudson Roberts Berg Hagan Morris Robertson Beveridge Halley Mutzi Russell Bleeker Hardy Newman Skinner TOHN M. CAFFERY SARAH QUACKENBASS Squadron Commander Sponsor TOMMY STONE WILLIAM H. BAKER BILLY F. BROWN Executive Officer L Flight Commander K Flight Commander Ballard Hayward McCallia Seymore Bennett Hodge McDaniel Sherrard Billing Holcomb Olson Showalter Bobe Hooks Petty Smith Breweer Hughes Prewitt Taft Burk Humphreys Rickard Thomas Dean Kabanaugh Ryals Williams Everett Kincade Sallada Williams Gober Murray Sanders Gennin I fa rris Ballard Buffaloe Howell Schultze Barger Caldwell Johnson Scott Beaupre Cook Jones Shappley Beneke Cox Lankford Sutton Blaha Cummings McCrady Tutor Boyd Denley Rayner Wardlaw Brown Haynes Rimmer Whitenton Bruce Holder Robertson Williams Brucker Holmes Rogers Winston Brumleu M. E. CARGILE PAT CHADWICK Executive Officer Sponsor D. R. LAWRENCE HENRY N. HOOKE M Flight Commander N Flight Commander Camp Flaoon Lacy Smith Carnahan Finn Larroux Sue Chisholm Furst May Thigpen Cobb Gray Moore Thomas Corneliue Kennedy McKay Thompson Cox Killough McLarty Wade Crider King Pennington Wakefield Crawley Kipper Suddith Wolf Crutcher Kitchell Sledge Young Denson Kraus Smith Danks Kaigler Nute Walker Dantone Mcgehee Oglesbee Wallace Davis McSwain Pennebaker Warrington DeRoberts Manley Perkins Watson Finley Mingee Philipson Witte Fortenberry Morse Powell Wright Frank Mundy Starr Yoste Gorton. Murphy Turner Zalocusky Haraway Myatt Valentour Field Jacober Norman Wahl Wall air FORCE SNAPS 129 CLAUDE M. (TAD) SMITH JEFF K. HAMM Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Business Manager of Athletics The Rebel Coaching Staff and some of the trophies of past terms. The coaches are, from left to right: Kneeling—Wes (Doc) Knight and John (Hurry) Cain. Standing--John (Junie) Hovious, Frank (Bruiser) Kinard, J. W. (Wobble) Davidson, Ray S. Poole, John H. Vaught, Tom K. Swayze, Roland Dale, and Jim (Buster) Poole. Not pictured: B. L. (Country) Graham. JOHN H. VAUGHT Head Coach The Ole Miss Coaching staff has set and. broken many records since coming to Rebel Land but the most unique of all the records is the longevity of the staff as a group. The members of the staff can boast of over one hundred years of group coaching at Ole Miss. They have been working together as a unit longer than any other coach- ing staff in the nation. Another unique feature is that with three exceptions, the members of the staff are all alumni of Ole Miss. Since Johnny Vaught became head coach in 1947 his teams have compiled a record of 130 wins, 31 losses, and seven ties. In the field of bowl competition, the Rebels can boast of attending eight bowl games in the last ten years--a record that no other college team can match. Ably assisting Coach Vaught this year, were Bruiser Kinard, Buster Poole, John Cain, Junie Hovious, Wobble Davidson, Tom Swayze, Ray Poole, Roland Dale, Graham, and. Doc Knight. On the administrative end of the department are Athletic Director Claude M. (Tad) Smith and Business Manager Jeff Hamm. Assistant Business Manager is John Reed Holley. COTTON BOWL DALLAS, TEXAS 1962 IN OUR SOBER MOMENTS . . . Before the Game. And we " poured " in the Cotton Bowl. Rack ' em up Rebels, Dallas Cops are tight on everything. New Years at " Colts 45 " We ' re all decked out for the game. Hoddy Toddy Gosh All Mighty, Where in the Hell are we. Flim Flam Bim Barn. Who in the Hell gives a Damn. Halfback Louis Guy (32) takes a handoff and moves through a hole opened by the hard-charging Rebel line. arkansas Colonel Rebel opened his season against the Hogs from Fayetteville with a rousing 16-0 victory to officially dedicate the new Mississippi Memorial Stadium. With the temperature around 90, Vaught ' s Vikings gave notice to the nation that Ole Miss still was NUMBER ONE. Fullback Billy Ray Adams took the Porker opening kickoff and the Rebs were on the move. Six plays later the Rebels had moved 69 yards arid had struck paydirt via an aerial shot from Doug Elmore to Woody Dabbs. Wes Sullivan added the point after arid the game was never in doubt as 46,000 watched Coach Vaugh t ' s charges move at will. Wes Sullivan added a 22 yard field goal to further pad the score in the first half. In the third quarter Elmore again engineered a thrust across the Porker goal. This time the damage was done by halfback Art Doty from a yard out. Wes Sullivan again converted to give the Rebels the final score of 16-0. Quarterback Glynn Griffing and halfback Chuck Mor- ris were outstanding on defense. Morris grabbed two stray Hog aerials and Griffing seemed to appear from nowhere on several occasions to make key tackles. Quarterback Perry Lee Dunn (10) receives a timely block from an un- identified Rebel behind him as he sweeps right end against the Hogs. Woody Dabbs (89) pulls away from the only man between him and the first score of the 1961 football season, Rebel squad members relax late in the game as the TV camera rolls by to focus the eyes of the nation on Ole Miss. Perry Lee Dunn (10), Don Dickson (67), and Tommy Brister (87) move up to stop a Wildcat runner. Chuck Morris (23) races down the field after intercepting a Cat aerial. Buddy Crosby (20) picks up extra yardage around the left side against the Wildcats. Ole Miss invaded Stoll Field at Lexington to hand the Kentucky Wildcats their fifth straight defeat to the tune of a 20-6 victory. The Rebs struck twice on passes and scored the third time on a pass interception. The Rebels spotted the Cats a field goal in the first quarter before Glynn Griffing connected with Wes for a 40 yard touchdown pass. Sullivan converted to bring the score to 7-3 Ole Miss. In the second quarter, the Cats again booted a field goal to leave the score 7-6 at halftime. Early in the third quarter, Chuck Morris intercepted a pass from Jerry Woolum and raced 69 yards for the score. Sullivan again converted and the score was 14-6. Later the same period, Doug Elmore passed to Ralph Smith for ten yards and the final Rebel score. The Rebel defense was tested sorely in the final period when the Wildcats worked themselves to a first and goal situation on the Rebel seven. The Rebs held for four plays that netted only three yards. The Wildcat hopes were over as Elmore used up the remaining seconds of the clock. Glynn (15) attempts to elude three Cats. Billy Ray Adams (40) moves into the Florida State secondary behind blockers Ralph Smith (82) and Jim Dunaway (78). FLORIDA STATE At long last, the Rebels have made it! In what was supposed to be a rebuilding year we were ranked unani- mously by the polls as NUMBER ONE. The 33-0 romp over the helpless Seminoles of Florida State proved to be the turning point for the MEN from Rebelland. The initial score came as the Rebels took the ball on the opening kickoff. In 7 plays, the FSU goal line had been crossed. Halfback Louis Guy took the ball on the Rebel six and swept to the left for the score. After an exchange of downs, the Rebels scored again, this time with Billy Ray Adams carrying the mail. Wes Sullivan converted to bring the score to 13-0. In the second quarter, Perry Lee Dunn passed twice to halfback Larry Smith covering a total of fifty yards and another Reb TD. Chuck Tempfer added the extra point. The halftime score was 20-0. Late in the third quarter, the Rebels struck again. After FSU punted to the Ole Miss 38 yard line, Elmore faded to pass. Ralph Smith made a diving catch of the ball on the one and Elmore went on over for the score. Sullivan against converted. The last score came late in the final period as Adams again punched over the goal line. Quarterback Doug Elmore (19) sprints around two Seminoles to set up another scoring threat for the Rebels. End Wes Sullivan (86) attempts a field goal against the Seminoles as Chico Taylor (21) holds. The blockers are Louis Guy (32) and Bookie Bolin (63). Fullback Billy Ray Adams (40) sets sail for the FSU goal line. Ralph Smith (82) moves up to give assistance. Chuck Morris (23) speeds down the field to set a new Rebel record on an 82 yard pass play for a TD. The Rebels invaded Crump Stadium in Memphis for the first time this year and emerged the victors 47-7, in a high scoring affair that saw a total of seven touchdowns scored by the three Rebel teams. Chuck Morris struck the first blow as he took a pass from Glynn Griffing and raced down the field for an 82 yard scoring play on the Rebel ' s second play from scrimmage. After a sustained drive in the second quarter, the Rebs struck again with Doug Elmore going over from the three. The Rebels struck for three more touchdowns in the third period. The first of the series came as Elmore rolled to his right and hit end Woody Dabbs with a 21 yard touchdown pass. Eight minutes later Griffing hit Wes Sullivan for another score. Houston took the insu- ing kickoff and promptly fumbled. Two plays later Perry Lee Dunn went into the end zone for the final score of the quarter. Griffing passed to Dabbs again midway in the last period for what appeared to be the final score. With eight seconds left on the clock, Dunn hit halfback Larry Smith who ran the final 67 yards for the last Rebel tally as the horn sounded ending the game. Tuesday morning—Who in the Hell is Michigan State? Art Doty (35), accompanied by Reed Davis (81) and Louis Guy (32), picks up valuable yardage against the Cougars. The AP is definitely down in last position. Donald Dickson (67) moves to cut down two Cougars as Glynn Griffing (15) rolls to the left. Halfback Frank Halbert (34) cuts around left end against the Greenies. Chuck Tempfer (80) battles a Greenie for the ball at the goal line. Chuck won but a penalty canceled the score. Fullback Buck Randall (41) drives over the Greenie goal line and the ref signals a TD. Fred Roberts (42) piles over a Greenie to collect six more points for Ole Miss. Tulane rolled into Jackson as a mighty Green. Wave and departed a mere fleck of foam. After a defeat by the Rebels of 41-0. The Rebels amassed a total of six touch- downs in handing the Greenies the smashing defeat. Ole Miss took the opening kickoff and marched down the field in ten plays. Billy Ray Adams plunged into the end zone from the one and Chuck Tempfer added the extra point. Fifteen. minutes later, Glynn Griffing passed to end Reed Davis for a 28 yard scoring play. The third Rebel tally came after one of the seven Greenie punts. Adams hit left tackle and romped 59 yards up the middle for the score. Tempfer again added the conversion to give the Rebels a 20-0 lead. On the following kickoff, guard Bill Basham pounced on a Greenie fumble to set up another Ole Miss score. This time fullback Fred Roberts piled over from the three. Chuck Tempfer again kicked the EP to bring the Rebels to a 27-0 advantage. In the third quarter, Grilling again passed to Davis. This time Davis covered a total of 25 yards and the fifth Rebel score. Wes Sullivan kicked the extra point. The final Rebel score came when fullback Buck Randall dived over center in the fourth quarter. Sullivan added the final PAT to give the 41-0 margin to the Rebels. Damn AP and UPI! Colonel Rebel, continuing his winning ways, stopped the hapless Commodores from Nashville 47-0. The Rebels struck for a total of six touchdowns--three by ground and three by air. Billy Ray Adams scored twice on runs of 28 and 8 yards. His first came in the first period after a brief ex- change of downs following the opening kickoff. His second score came eight plays after the second half had begun. On both occasions he took a handoff from Elmore and hit the middle. Wes Sullivan gathered in a pass from Glynn Griffing late in the second quarter and then kicked the extra point to give the Rebels a 13-0 halftime advantage. Late in the third quarter, A. J. Holloway took a 22 yard pass from Griffing to run the score to 27-0. In the last period, the Rebels pushed over three more attacks. Ralph Smith took an 18 yard pass from Doug Elmore for the first as the fourth quarter opened. Nine plays later, Elmore dived over center for the fifth TD of the day. Later in the same guar Perry Lee Dunn rolled to his right fcr 11 yards and the final Rebel tally. Doug Elmore (19) fires a long pass against the Commodores. Quarterback Perry Lee Dunn (10) picks up valuab le yardage against the Commodores on the rollout. Chico Taylor (21), Johnny Mitchell (65), and Bill Basham (61) rack a Commodore. A. J. Holloway (30) is snowed under after picking up yardage against Vandy. A. J. Holloway (30) moves through the Tiger wall. S Fighting like the champions they are, the Rebels went down before the Bayou Bengals from Baton Rouge 10-7. The game, played (again) before a highly partisan crowd of 67,500 was much closer and harder fought than the score allows us to remember. Who will ever forget the final quarter when the Rebels went sweeping down the field, bound for victory? Who also will ever forget that the jinx of Tiger Stadium held true? Like so many Halloween weekends of the past, the damn coons stopped us. Ole Miss won the toss and elected to receive. After an exchange of downs, Wendell Harris booted a 37 yard field goal. The Rebs came storming back late in the final period to pull ahead 7-3 on a touchdown pass from Glynn Griffing to Wes Sullivan. Sullivan converted. Then it happened! The Bengals came back in the third to score again to bring the score to 10-7. The Rebels out- fought and outplayed in every phase of the game except the fatal scoring department. Two bad breaks, a fumble and an interception stopped the mighty Rebels from going the distance the second time. Breaks that normally could be taken in stride simply were too much. Monday morning: DAMN! We ' re still the best—the Hell with all the rest. Glynn Griffing (15), the " Flying Squirrel, " bounces over a Tiger defender. Billy Ray Jones (66) plows down a Bengal as Terry Brown (74) and Richard Ross (54) move in for the kill. Billy Ray Adams (40) and Ralph Smith (82) at full speed ahead against the Macs. Perry Lee Dunn (10) follows Chuck Morris (23) around right end. The Rebels met the Moccasins from Chattanooga on a wet, dreary, dismal day. Score-54-0. Ole Miss took the opening kickoff and marched down the field in ten plays with Chuck Morris doing the scor- ing honors from the eight. After an exchange of downs, Art Doty dived over right tackle from the one for the second score. Chuck Tempfer kicked the extra point. On the second play of the second period, A. J. Hollo- way swung wide to his left for eight yards and another Rebel tally. The final score of the first half came as Glynn Griffing rolled to his right and scored standing up from the Moc six. In the second half Billy Ray Adams intercepted a Moc pass and returned it 22 yards for another TD. Louis Guy followed less than five minutes later and went over left: Glynn Griffing (15) scampers through a hole opened by A. J. Holloway (30) and Wes Sullivan (86). tackle for six more points. In the waning minutes of the game, the Rebels struck twice more. Holloway again scored and Perry Lee Dunn passed to Walter Kinnebrew. for nineteen yards and the final score of another Rebel rout was 54-0. In fact, had time and SEC rules permitted, Billy " Nub " Sanders would have scored. Once again the Rebels dumped the upset minded Vols from Tennessee on a cold November day. Crump Stadium in Memphis was crowded to the overflowing point as the Rebels went to work on the orange men from Knoxville. Tennessee won the opening toss but was forced to punt. The Rebels took over and marched down the field where Wes Sullivan kicked a field goal to give the Rebs a three point lead early in the game. In the second quarter, after a sustained drive, Billy Ray Adams hit left guard from the two to score the first TD of the game. Sullivan converted to give Ole Miss a 10-3 lead. Early in the third period, Doug Elmore passed to the 15 yard line to Louis Guy and Louis raced the remaining yards to cross the goal untouched. Wes Sullivan added the extra point to bring the score 17-3. Some six minutes later, Glynn. Griffing returned a Tennessee punt 53 yards for the final Rebel score and Sullivan converted for the third time. The final score Ole Miss 24--Tennessee 10. Tennessee threatened several times but with the ex- ception of a field goal and a lone touchdown they were contained. A. J. Holloway (30) leaps for a pass in play against the Vols. Louis Guy (32) snares a pass from Doug Elmore and romps for the second Rebel score. Doug Elmore (19), accompanied by Art Doty (35), moves around end as Billy Ray Adams (40) dumps an Orange man. Wes Sullivan boots a field goal against the Necks before a packed stadium. Billy Ray Adams hits pay dirt after an 18-yard run. Richard Ross (54) and Billy Ray Adams (40) stop a Maroon as A. J. Holloway (30) and Doug Elmore (19) stand to give aid. Scott Field and the Red Necks figured that they were good enough to beat the Rebels. In spite of the the Rebels finished with a 37-7 score. State won the toss and elected to receive. Tempfer kicked from the south into the end zone. State was unable to move the ball and was forced to punt. Minutes later, Adams plowed over from the one to give the Rebels a 6-0 lead. On the first play of the second quarter, Elmore passed to Doty for 12 yards and another six points. Sullivan converted and the Necks were behind 13-0. Three minutes later, Glynn Griffing passed to Ralph Smith for 58 yards and Sullivan again added the point after. The score at the half was 20-7 and the Rebels were looking like a well oiled machine. In the third quarter, Adams scored from 18 yards out and Sullivan kicked a 28 yard field goal to bring the score to 30-7. Frank Halbert closed out his career as a Rebel when he dived over from one yard out. Once again the Reflector put out its annual " Wait ' Til. Next Year " edition State just couldn ' t make it. First Row: Billy Ray Adams—FOOTBALL: All-America, First Team, FWAA; Second Team, AP, NEA, SN; Third Team, UPI. All-SEC, First Team. Bookie Bolin—FOOTBALL: All-SEC, Second Team. Jim Dunaway -- FOOTBALL: All-America, First Team, Time; Second Team, UPI. Coaches America, Third Team, SN. All-SEC, First Team. Doug Elmore—FOOTBALL: All-America Academic, First Team; All-SEC Academic, First Team; SEC, Second Team. BASEBALL: All-SEC, First Team. Second Row: Jake Gibbs — BASEBALL: All-America, Second Team; All-SEC, First Team. Third Row: Billy Ray Jones -- FOOTBALL: All-SEC, Third Team; All-SEC Academic, First Team. Don Porter—BASEBALL: All-SEC, First Team. Robert Siedell—BASEBALL: All-SEC First Team. Ralph Smith—FOOTBALL: All-SEC, Second Team. Bob Bailey, Ray Bedingfield, George Benton, Paul Billings, Allen Brown, Libby Cash, John Champion, George Chesser, Larry Easley, Wayne Harris, Robert L. Harrison, James B. Harvey, Jimmy Heidel, Roy Heidel, Ed Herren, Jerry Hopper, Owen Hovater, Billy Carl Irwin, Billy G. Janous, Donald Jenkins, David Jennings, Frankie Lambert, Jamie Ray Little, John C. Maddox, John Mangum, Richard Mascagni, Thomas Melton, John S. Metz. Marvin Mims, R aymond Morgan, Sammie Rello Moses, J. Michael Nelson, Joe Pettey, Douglas Satcher, Kenneth 0. Smith, Clinton Taylor, Eddie Touchberry, George Tupman, Wayne Tutor, Jimmy Warren, James Weatherly, John Webb, Don Windham. Colonel Rebel ' s young chargers compiled a total of 79 points while allowing their opponents 33, showing future supremacy to gridiron honors in the next few years. From those 48 players Coach Vaught and Com- pany will train and perfect the Rebels of 1965 and 1966. The " Baby " Bengals of LSU were invited to the Uni- versity campus and were sent home to " cajun country " nursing deep wounds in their pride and bodies. Bob Bailey came from the bench to lead the Rebs as they won 13-6. Bailey led the two touchdown drives. The first covered 65 yards with 3 completed passes arid end sweeps. Fullback George Chesser cli- maxed the first with a 7-yard scoring plunge. Bailey again starred with a 50 yard scoring pass to Dave Jennings. Mike Nelson kicked this extra point and the score stood 13-0. LSU ' s only tally came in the third quarter, but they were not able to move the Baby Rebels backward enough to make another. The same fatality came upon Vanderbilt ' s freshmen when they tried to invade Hemmingway Stadium but the defeat was tremendous. The Baby Rebels held to a 6-6 halftime score, but after a brief skirmish in the third quarter the Robs went wild, finishing with a 52-6 score. Scoring touchdowns of the Rookies were quarterback Jim Weatherly on a six yard sweep, halfback David Jennings on a 55 yard run from scrimmage, Weatherly, on a one yard sneak, quarterback Jimmy Heidel on a 35 yard run, Jennings, punt return 78 yards, halfback Mike Nelson, on a 70 yard pass from Jimmy Heidel, Kenneth Smith, on a five yard pass from Weatherly and halfback John Champion on a one yard quickie. The Baby Rebs racked up 19 first downs and 425 net yards to 9 and 129 respectively for their opponents. The Rebs lost their only road trip in the cow pasture of the " udder " University but not before they exempli- fied that undying desire to win that is typical of any Ole Miss team. The " Necks " scored 3 times in the first half and couldn ' t go again. The Rebs got rolling in the second half, scoring twice in the third period, but were stopped short of their third goal. This is the " bitter defeat " that drives the desire to " wreck the necks " in the future. There were many individual standouts and the num- ber is too great to list them all. This is the most prom- ising team of gridders that Ole Miss has had for a very long time. They combined size and speed to send them to victory. Keep your eyes on these boys to make All- Star ratings in the future. DALLAS! The World Famous University of Mississippi Marching Band. Sandy Schillinger and Joyce Burg thrilled fans with their talented twirling exhibitions. The Ole Miss varsity Cheerleaders—heart of the Rebel Spirit. Left to Right: Al Povall, Helen May, Troy Mashburn, Susan Sadler, Trent Lott, Amy Permenter, Ken Cargile. The Ole Miss Marching Band traveled thousands of miles this year to help boost the Rebels. Among the highlights of the season were the per- formances over nation-wide television at the Arkansas and Cotton Bowl games. The band ' s outstanding has produced halftime shows to remember for a long time. Mississippi has been made famous all over the world by the Rebel Band and the Rebellettes. Along with the prominent Rebel flag, a new attraction was added to the Rebel Band this year. The band was one of four selected to field-test the new Flat-jack drums. Eleven of these drums were sent to the band to be used at the Arkansas game and among these were two spinning bass drums. The Flat-jacks are very thin and light in weight. Immediately after the game the Music Company presented these drums, which cost approximately $1500, to the Rebel Band. The Symphonic Band, under the direction of Mr. Lyle Babcock, had a very successful season. In April this year, with the cooperation of the University Players, the band presented the musical " South Pacific. " For the first time in several years the band went on a concert tour to the principal cities in Mississippi such as Jackson, Greenwood, and Tupelo. Also, con- certs were performed in Memphis and on the campus. Contributing to the half-time entertainment were the Rebellettes. The 1961-1962 Rebel Basketball Squad—From Left, Front Row—Mel Edmonds, El Edmonds, Tommy Farley, Bobby McCarley, Donnie Kessinger, and Danny Caldwell, Freshman Coach. Back Row— Marshall Criss, Hardy Graham, Bill Bolton, Sterling Ainsworth, Ron Davidson, Billy Harrington, and Bill White. COACH GRAHAM and DONNIE KESSINGER Lady Luck did not smile on the Rebels twice in one season it seems. Colonel Rebel had one of the best teams in the SEC potentially at the start of the season but luck seemed to be determined to ruin all. After a whirlwind start, the Rebels were greeted by their first stroke of bad luck. One of the starting quintet, El Edmonds, was injured in a Holiday Tournament in— you guessed it--TEXAS I Guard Donnie Kessinger proved to be one of the bright spots for the Colonel. Kess sparkplugged the team the entire season and thrilled crowds everywhere with his heads-up play. Shifting ably into the spot vacated by the injured El Edmonds was Bill Bolton. " Bull " surprised many of the Rebel fans with his timely rebounds and clutch plays. Bill " Wickie " White had perhaps his best season percentage-wise. Wickie hit for an amazing fifty per cent from the floor with his soft jump shots, Mel Edmonds, like last year, continued to drive hard and in general kept many defensive men throughout the season guessing as to his whereabouts. " Tree " Ainsworth did his usual job at center and served. as a post man for the drives of Donnie Kessinger and Mel Edmonds. Donnie Kessinger drives in for two. Mel Edmonds and another Rebel get the jump on State ' s Leland Mitchell. Mel or El, El or Mel—Edmonds in action! The Rebels opened the season with a four game home stand. The Rebels defeated Southeastern 83-66 in the opening game. Tree contributed 23 points, Donnie 22, and Mel 17 points for Rebels in double figures. In the second game, Tree dumped in 31 points and Donnie got 26 as the Rebs won the second game 96-78. College was the next victim of Colonel Rebel, this time by a 92-66 score. Mel, Tree, and Donnie each picked up over twenty points. The Rebels then journeyed to Arkansas where they were treated rather improperly. Arkansas won 59-54. Louisiana Tech then fell before the vengeful Rebels again 68-64. On an extended road trip to Texas, the Rebels lost three straight. Houston won 63-62, Texas lucked up 88-71, and Texas Tech added their names by a 93-70 margin. Later in the season, the Rebs dumped. Florence State twice, Georgia Tech, Tennessee, and Georgia. High- light of the Tennessee road game was the record set by Donnie Kessinger when he collected 48 points against the Volunteers for a record breaking total on the Vol ' s home court. He picked up 33 against Georgia in the following game to give him a 40.5 average for two games. Road games proved to be the downfall of the Rebels again this year. Kessinger was the only one who was immune to the jinx of road games. Even State was rough on the Rebs, as usual. Bill Bolton and Mel Edmonds, along with other interested participants, wait for the ball. Kessinger drives to add two more points to the Rebel score against the ' Necks ' , " Tree " work. one in against Southeastern, La. Mel again, this time from the left, Bill White and. Sterling Ainsworth guarding a Plainsman . . . His shot missed, Et Edmonds prepares to fire as White shows confidence. " Tree " hooks as Wicky and El rush to give unneeded assistance. Surrounded by opponents, " Tree " stretches for a rebound as McCarley and Bolton stand ready to assist. The 1961 edition of the Ole Miss Baseball team, as was the 1960 team, was defending SEC Champs. This time, Fate denied the Rebels their just position and they were forced to settle for second. Coach Tom Swayze ' s charges finished with a 10-5 SEC record, good for second in both the Western and overall Conference standings. The Rebs trailed Western winner LSU (11-4) by a game and dead- locked Eastern winner Auburn (12-6) for second place. The Rebels posted a full season record of 15-8. After the season ' s opener with Delta State was rained out, the Rebels opened the season with visiting Delta State. The Statesmen from Delta State were downed by a 21-4 score in a wild scoring game that saw the Rebels score by every possible means. After the opener with Delta State, the Rebels jour- neyed to Louisiana to take on some of the Bayou teams. Southeastern Louisiana greeted the Rebels with a 3-5 loss. The veteran Rebs took this minor mishap in stride, however, and rolled on to do battle with the Greenies of Tulane. The first game of the series went to the hard hitting Rebels by an 8-1 score. In the second game, Coach Swayze cleaned the bench as the Rebels com- pletely routed the Greenies 13-0. LSU halted what looked to be the beginning of an- other Reb winning streak when the Tigers handed Rebel two losses in a row. The first score was 3-4 and the second, 1-2. After the two losses at the hands of the Bengals, the Rebels returned to the more friendly atmosphere of home. This series resulted In twin defeats of Tulane 9-6 and another wild one 14-2. In the second game Jake Gibbs and Billy Ray Jones each collected three hits while Gibbs picked up four in the first game of the series. The Rebels co llected a total of 25 hits in the two games. Next, the Rebs split a two game stand with Arkansas State on the road. Ole Miss took the first game 9-3 but Arkansas State slipped by with a win as they handed the Rebels their fourth defeat by an 8-9 score. LSU invaded Rebel Land to close out the four game series with the Rebels. This time the Rebs were not to be denied. After dropping the first game by 0-4 the Robs hit high gear and defeated the Tigers 6-1. Once again Coach Swayze ' s team took to the road to do battle with the Rednecks from State. Ole Miss took the opener 5-4 but State lucked up and dropped the Rebels by a seven point margin as the Rednecks won Following the loss to State, the Rebels took three of four games from the Pink Elephants of Alabama. After losing the opener of the series 8-9, the Rebels handed the boys from ' Bama three straight defeats by scores of 9-8 (poetic justice), 7-5, and 1-0. The Rebel guns were The 1961 Rebel Baseball Squad: From Left to Right, Front Row— Alec Rather, Tommy Climer, Robert SideII, Randy Pleasant, Jerry Jones, Frank Halbert, Bobby Kilpatrick, Charlie Murkel. Second Row— Eddie Fisher, manager; Ken Netherland, Carey Grantham, Billy Adkins, Jake Gibbs, Chuck Tuohey, George Frank, Nicky Nichols, Bill Lamb. Third Row—Chuck Morris, Tom Farley, Don Porter, Gerald Clark, Whaley Hall, Doug Elmore, Billy Ray Jones, Coach Tom Swayze. noisy in the series and boomed out a total of 29 hits. The Alabama situation in hand, the Rebels went to work on Arkansas State for the second series. This time the Rebels dropped the Teachers 6-1 and 4-2. Doug Elmore and Jake Gibbs led the team ' s efforts with a home run apiece. Gibbs had a good series as he added to his total of stolen bases ' when he got four for the series. More Tigers came to Ole Miss, this time in the form of the boys from Memphis State. In the series with the Tigers, Ole Miss took the opening game on campus 12-2 and ' were defeated 11-14 the return game at Memphis. The season finale saw the Rebels defeat the ' Rednecks from State for a second time 5-4. The second game of the series and final game of the year was called of rain. Don Porter paced the Rebels at the plate with a batting average of .339 and in the home run, department with 5. In both cases, he was closely followed by Jake Gibbs. Gibbs had a batting average of .333 and 4 clouts. The mound staff was: Ken Netherland 3-0; Tommy Climer 2-2; Robert Siedell 7-2; Don Porter 1-2; and Carey Grantham 2-1. Of the 1961 baseball team, four members placed on the ' Western Division All-Star Team. They were: Don Porter, Jake Gibbs, Doug Elmore, and Robert Siedell. Porter, Gibbs, and Elmore were also named to the SEC All-Star Team. Jake Gibbs repeated as a member of the All-American Team. BILL DARNELL—State 3rd Base Coach THE 1961 REBEL TENNIS SQUAD: From left to right front row: Ferrell Varner, Lee Marshall, Jerry Mason, Jo Jo Salloum. Back row: Lip Lipscomb, Harvey Smallwood, Donnie Walker, Carl Aron, Mike Mills, Frank Hull, Assistant Buddy Williamson. Sophomore Lip Lipscomb warms up prior to a match with the Red Necks. The Ole Miss net team ' s 1961 season, although not a highly successful one, proved to be a training ground for experience for the 1962 season. For the fifth consecutive year John Cain served as the Rebel tennis coach. As his assistant he had the services of Coach Buddy Williamson. The Rebel Netters posted wins in 1961 over Illinois State University (5-4); Millsaps (8-1), (8-1); Southwestern (6-3); and Millington. Naval Base (7-2). In the SEC the Rebels dropped engagements to Mississippi State, Alabama, Auburn, and Vanderbilt. The Rebels didn ' t finish well in the SEC. However, as a high point of the season they came in second in the Mississippi Intercollegiate Tournament in Jackson be- hind the State Red Necks. Squad members of the 1961 team were Donnie Walker (4-9), Carl Aron (4-9), Milton Scarborough (5-7), Mike Mills (5-8), Lip Lipscomb (5-8), Frank Hull (2-3), and Harvey Smallwood (2-7). Looking forward, the 1962 team should be helped greatly by Sidney Smith, a top man who was out be- cause of a broken ankle, and Jerry Mason who comes up to the varsity from the Freshman squad. Of the team members, Walker, Scarbourgh, and Mills received their second letter while other members re- ceived their initial one. THE 1961 TRACK AND FIELD SQUAD: From left to right, front row: Buddy Crosby, El Edmonds, A. J. Holloway, Mel Edmonds. Back row: Coach Wes (Doc) Knight, Larry Smith, Chico Taylor, Louis Guy. Not pictured: Jim Dunaway. Often one hears of the tremendous speed of partici- pants in Ole Miss varsity athletics. Here on the track these speedsters under the guidance of Wes " Doc " Knight, held true to form, To the Memphis Relays Coach Knight took his relay team consisting of El Edmonds, Mel Edmonds, Chico Taylor, and Larry Smith. This team broke the 440 yard re- lay record of 42.9 seconds by .4 of a second. Also they broke the 880 yard relay record of 1:29.7 with a time of 1:28.7, In the Southwest Relays, the 440 yard relay team finished third behind Houston and LSU with Buddy Crosby replacing the injured Chico Taylor. The same team entered the 880 yard relay and finished first with a time of 1:28.8. in the Jackson relays the Ole Miss track team ran away with the meet. At the Junior A AU meet in New Orleans, brothers Mel arid El Edmonds took the 100 yard dash and the 220 yard dash. Mel took top hon ors in the 100 yard dash with a time of 9.9 and El finished third. In the 220 yard dash Mel and. El finished first and second with Mel getting a 21.7 time. In the SEC Mel finished second with a 21.3 time. Jim Dunaway heaved the 16 pound shot his best with a 51 ' 10 " heave. This climaxed the 1960-1961 Track season. Weight man Jim Dunaway practices for SEC shot record. JOHNNY MITCHELL M Club President BETTY SMITH M Club Sponsor JOHNNY MITCHELL . STERLING AINSWORTH WOODY DABBS . . RANDY PLEASANTS BILLY RAY JONES . DONNIE WALKER . . The Ole Miss M Club of the University of Mississippi, in existence for over fifty years, is composed of those men who have participated and lettered in one of the University ' s major intercollegiate sports, which are: football, basketball, baseball, track, and tennis. The purpose of the club is the promotion of sportsmanship and the encouragement of school spirit. Only the mem- bers of the M Club are qualified to wear the Ole Miss " M, " which distinguishes these men as winners of the athletic award. As a result of it being a club in an exclusive sense, other requirements for membership are imposed upon the proposed members. These requirements have come to be known as an annual event each year in the form of an initiation. Each year the M Club sponsors the annual M Club dance which is held during the football season. Also during the season, an annual M Club Day is held at which time the club alumni are invited to return to the campus as honorary guests. To wind up social affairs each year there usually is an M Club party after the spring initiation. First Row: Billy Ray Adams, Sterling Bill Atkins, Bill Basham, Treva Bolin, Bill Bolton, Robert Bourne, Tommy Brister, Jerry Brown, Danny Caldwell, Billy Champion, Buddy Crosby, Woody Dabbs Second Row: Reed Davis, Donald Dickson, Dill, Art Doty, Tim Dunaway, Perry Lee Dunn, El Edmonds, Mel Edmonds, Doug Elmore, Tommy Farley, C. A. Ford, Glynn Griffing, Louis Guy. Third Row: Frank Halbert, Whaley Hall, A. J. Holloway, Larry Johnson, Billy Ray Jones, Jerry Jones, Bill Keyes, Charles Laird, Wayne Terry Lamar, Sam Langston, Lewis Lanter, Fred Lentjes, Ernest Lipscomb. Fourth Row: Bobby Rush McKay, Charles Merkel, Mike Mills, Johnny Mitchell, Chuck Morris, Ken Sam Owen, Randy Buck Randall, Freddy Roberts, Jim Roberts, Richard Ross. Fifth Row: Milton Scarborough, Don Sheffield, Robert Siedell, Harvey Smallwood, Ralph Smith, Wes Sullivan, Charles Taylor, Chuck Tempter, jack Robert Upchurch, Donnie Walker, Bill White, Tommy White. Dan Williford, Ned Williford. Let ' s do the " Twist " Members: Julian Edwards; Harry Gemming; Mac Gordon; Charles Ivy; Pope Kelly; Jerry Lohrmann; Maurice Perlstein; George Perry; Crymes Pittman; Semmes Ross; Ron Urice; David Watkins. Not Pic- tured: William Ballard; William Bell; Paul Dent; Harry Garner; Gordon; Charles Graebeer; Griffin Harrell; Hootie Hawkins; Lewis Howell; Jim Irland; Frank Jones; Thomas Lamar; Wayne Terry Lamar; Dave Lane; Bill Lovett; Morris Spivey. TOMMY McGAR President The hard life of an athlete. Officers of Intramural—Mac Gordon, Tommy McGar, Semmes Ross, Corky Perlstein, Pope Kelley, Sandy Edwards. The 1961-1962 Intramural Sports Council again co- ordinated a most successful year. The council is made up of representatives from each of the social fraternities, boy ' s dormitories and organizations. Through recent years, the council has developed a balanced program and competition has become keen. Touch football naturally is probably the most of all the sports that are included in the council ' s program. However, basketball, softball, volleyball and golf round out the year ' s events. With increasing interest and competition leagues are used to make possible the participation of more teams than in the past. Another responsibility of the council besides organiz- ing and carrying out the vario us programs that are con- ducted on the campus are to set up rules and regarding the eligibility of students to participate and the other necessary rules. THOMAS McGAR SEMMES ROSS MACK GORTON POPE KELLY In each sport points are given to the winner and runners-up. In addition, each team receives points for winning a game in each of the major sports. At the end of the year the points are totaled, and the team having the greatest number of points receives a trophy. Two points makes the difference as fraternities battle toward league championship. The Alumni House was financed by contributions of alumni of the University of Mississippi and a revenue bond issue was presented to the University on October 20, 1951. It was dedicated to the memory of those alumni and former students who gave their lives in wars of their country. With the adjoining Mississippi Center for Continuation Study it has become a part of one of the most complete adult education centers of the South. Each fall during the football season the Alumni House is a center of bustling activity as former Ole Miss stu- dents pour into Oxford from the four corners of the South. New officers are installed at the Homecoming Game each year. ALUMNI ASSOCIATION OMAR R. SMITH, Corinth JAMES T. SINGLEY, Meridian THOMAS N. TURNER, Belzoni . WILLIAM S. GRIFFIN, Oxford JAMES N. BUTLER, University . C. WILLIAM PRICE, Jackson President Vice President Athletic Committee Representative . . Director of Alumni Activities ..... Alumni Secretary .. Medical Alumni Secretary OMAR R. SMITH President JAMES T. SINGLEY JAMES N. BUTLER Vice-president Alumni Secretary District 1 John Clark Love, Kosciusko . . W. H. Cutcliff, Amory . . . Jackson D. Doty, Pontotoc . . . District 2 William 0. Semmes, Grenada . . John E. Aldridge, Winona . . . Hugh Clayton, New Albany . District 3 Edward J. Bogen, Greenville . Neil H. Block, Dundee . . Norman C. Brewer, jr., Greenwood District 4 William F. McGehee, Vicksburg J. W. Barksdale, Jr., Jackson . Tom P. Brady, Brookhaven . . District 5 Dr. Earl E. Laird, Union . . Fred Rogers, Meridian . . Wylie Kees, Magee L. 0. Crosby, Picayune . . Gaston Hewes, Gulfport . . . . Dr. B. B. O ' Mara, Biloxi . . . State-at-Large Mrs. Walter Grif fey, Jr., Jackson . R. Pearce Phillips, Brookhaven R. Brent Forman, Natchez . . . Fred B. Smith, Ripley Dr. Howard A. Nelson, Greenwood Dr. T. E. Wilson, Jr., Jackson . . Dr. W. E. Lotterhos, Jackson . . . John H. Mitchell, Starkville . . Dr. W. E. Caldwell, Baldwyn . . . A. Conley Cox, West Point . Karl J. Ott, Osyka . Cullen Bedwell, Cleveland Carroll Kemp, Hazlehurst Billy H. Quinn, Vicksburg . Out-of-State Dr. C. Ferrell Varner, Memphis . . Dr. John E. Ray, New Orleans . . Fred M. Glass, New York . . Robert I. Birmingham . . Mitchell S. Salloum . . . Gulfport R. Baxter Wilson . . Jackson Chester H. Curtis Clarksdale Carl McKellar Columbus S. Lyle Bates Jackson Sam P. Carter Quitman Frank E. Everett . . . Vicksburg Thompson McClellan . West Point Otho R. Smith Meridian George Payne Cossar . . Charleston Harvey Lee Morrison . . . Okolona Judge Taylor H. McElroy . . Oxford David Cottrell Gulfport James McClure . . . . . Sardis Dr. I. C. Knox . . . Vicksburg Martin V. B. Miller . . . Meridian Members: Charles Alexander; Archie Brooks Allison; Howard Boone; Raymond Brown; W. Thad Cochran; Thomas A. Coleman; John A. Crawford; Jerry Norwood Crout; Charles Ray Davis; Ralph Gilbert; James Herring; William T. Jones; Carl T. Montgomery; James W. O ' Mara; Earl Parker; Glenn Pennington; James Robertson; Lucius Sams; Lloyd Spivey; Richard Wilson. Not Pictured: John Cheatham; Leon DeLoach; Dan Jordan; Will Lewis, Jr.; Wells Nutt. New Initiates: Ralph Brockman; John Black; William Eckhardt; Harry Case, Jr.; Thomas Harvey, Jr.; David Hicks; Donald Keith; Thomas McGraw; John Mitchell, Jr.; William Neville, III; Galen Roberts; Henry J. Richard Santa; Milton Scarbrough; Charles Thomas; John Travis, III. CHARLES RAY DAVIS JOHN A. CRAWFORD . ROBERT B. ELLIS . JAMES W. O ' MARA . Membership in Omicron Delta Kappa is the highest honor that can be bestowed upon a male student at the University of Mississippi. The members are chosen on the basis of leaders hip which they have exhibited as well as certain moral and intellectual standards set up by the circle. To be considered for membership in ODK, a person must be in the upper one-third of his class, Membership must include only two per cent of the total male enrollment and must be apportioned among the five phases into which ODK divides college life. Those phases are: (1) Scholarship, (2) Athletics, (3) Government, (4) Publications, and (5) Speech, Music, and Dramatic Arts. Although primarily an honorary organization, ODK performs many services to the University and its stu- dents. The principal project is the forum. series, sponsored in conjunction with. Mortar Board, which brings nationally and internationally known figures to the to speak on pertinent topics. Another service of ODK is its Foreign Scholarship Fund which is awarded to one of the foreign students on campus ' who meets certain standards and who is deemed to need financial assistance. Debatable topics of conversation are discussed at ODK luncheons, Charles Ray Davis, President of OMICRON DELTA KAPPA. Mr. George Street, one of the many lecturers who addressed the ODK. The " Watchful Eyes " observe, as Miss Miriam Wilson does the honor. Miss Patsy Robins decorates the Cadet of the Week. Miss Sharon Thompson gets undivided instruction with Angel new rifles. Members: Ann Adams; Helen Sue Bickerstaff; Ann Biles; Kay Burns; Patty Canning; Pat Chadwick; Rose Clayton; Beryl Gene Daniel; Yvonne Ferrell; Lorraine Forbes; Amanda Gardner; Marty Gilliam; Dot Graft; Judy Halsell; Rose Ann Harwood; Kay Karsten; Diane Klyce; Glenda Luke; Pat McInnis; Helen May; Susan Pfersdorff; Sarah Quackenboss; Patsy Robinson; Gale Sinnott; Sandy Southern; Sally Spier; Sharon Thompson; Barbara Tucker; Harriete Wicks; Miriam Wilson; Lynn Yarbrough. Angel Flight, a sister auxiliary of the Arnold Air Society, was approved by the University last year and received its charter from the national organization. The girls are selected from applications to a special board on the basis of scholarship and participation in extra-curricular activities. Activities of Angel Flight include drilling with the Air Force, assisting in projects with the Arnold Air Society, and various other school projects. MIRIAM WILSON DIANE KLYCE JUDY HASELL GAIL SINNOTT . . AMANDA GARDNER Members: Cargile, Ken; Collins, Robert; Cox, Jennings; Case, Bert; Dumas, Jerry; Herbert, Neville; Hignett, Gary; Johnson, John D.; Kirkham, John; Mims, Joe; Perkins, James; Roberts, Gaylen; Roberts, Jimmy; Robertson, Orville. Not pictured: Anderson, Charles; Caffrey, John; McCormick, Jim; Rather, Lytle. JENNINGS COX GAYLEN ROBERTS GARY HIGNETT . JOHN KIRKHAM . JOE MIMS . . . JIMMY ROBERTS . The Arnold Air Society, founded at the University of Cincinnati in 1947, is the youngest of the national honorary military organizations in the United States. Its membership consists of those cadets in advanced Air Reserve Officers Training Corps who meet certain academic and military aptitude requirements. The Al Key Squadron was chartered at the University of Mississippi in 1950. It has as its objective to further the purpose, mission, tradition, and concept of the United States Air Force as a means of national defense; to promote American citizenship; and to create a close and more efficient relationship among the Air Reserve Officers Training Corps cadets. The Electrical Engineering Student Society of the University of Mississippi was organized during the Spring of 1959. Membership includes all electrical engineering majors and students in related fields. The pur- pose of the society is to advance the theory and practice of electrical engineering and its allied fields. The organization attempts to assemble students with common interests while striving to instil l pride in the fields of electricity and electronics. Monthly meetings are held for the reading and discussion of professional publications, discussions, technical films, and other matters which may be appropriate for the fulfillment of its objectives. The Electrical Engineering Student Society is in the process of becoming associated with the Institute of Radio Engineers. BOB DOUGLAS RUFUS COFER . PAUL LELKO . JOE THOMASON JIM HUDNALL Members: Lane Allen, Jimmy Barton, Bob Boling, George Boutwell, Jim Hudwall, Jimmy Lankford, Clement Lee, Paul Lelko, Ken McCoy, Rufus Cofer, Bob Douglas, Larry Easterling, Allan Ford, James Garner, Michael McRee, Philip Poythress, Spud Samuelson, Charles Showalter, Jerry Graves, Wallace Heggie, Keith Howell, Rodney Joyner, John Smith, Joe Thomason, Lee Thurner, John Todd, Victor Walters. First Row: Gerald Blessey, Fred Fortenberry, Don Langston, Joe Bill Gowen, Dave Watkins, Theron McLarty, Hinky Haynes, Portera. Second Row: Dave Buttross, Jimmy Dedeaux, Harold Wilson, Corky Perlstein, Jim Willoughby, Bill Dunavant Not Pictured: Pat Ed Perry, Charlie Chambers, Fredy Travis. Third Row: Johnny Gregory Pasco, Phil Mullin, Larry Rogers. JOHN GREGORY HAROLD WILSON ED PERRY DAVE WATKINS The Cardinal Club, a sophomore service organization at Ole Miss, was organized on the campus in 1927, and had as its primary purpose the entertaining of visiting athletic teams. Since then the Club has become famous as a freshman disciplinary committee. Each year the Cardinal Club sponsors the building of a giant bonfire the night before the Homecoming game. The main pur- pose of the Cardinal Club now, is to instill in the freshman students enthusiastic spirit and love for Ole Miss. They make certain that the freshmen attend all pep rallies and like functions. The membership of the club is composed of one representative from each fraternity and two from the student body at large. The president is elected from the preceding year ' s Cardinal Club and is a member of the junior class. J. Garvin Gregory, President; Harold Wilson, Vice-president; Dave Watkins, Treasurer; Ed Perry, Secretary. Yes, I can change a hundred. It ' s a pleasure to get a haircut. Horns and Flags wave high over Dallas. Students supplied . . . shakers? Members: Mary Adams; Polly Addkison; Virna Ruth Alexander; Judy Alford; Kay Anderson; Lana Arthur; Ray Ayers; Rita Bailey; Hardy Bays; Beth Beall; I. M. Beasley; Betty Bloom; Howard Boone; Marilyn Boothe; Emily Sam Bramlett; Vern onne Brooke; Mike Bumstead; Barbara Butler; Dorothy Butler; Joyce Burg; Frances Burnett; Kay Burns; Camille Carolyn Carlton; Judy Carrington; R, E. Carrington; Larry Carruth; Richard Chaffin; Carolyn Coney; Lynn Cook; John Corlew; Margaret Nancy Coursey; Mary Cox; Louie Craig; Nancy Crane; Carl Crider; Annis Cross; Paulette Crum; Lloyd Daniel; Paula Davis; James Deese; Lynda Dlugach; Letricia Douglass; Joan Downer; Bettye Durrett; Gary Dye; Ray Earls; Barbara Elder; Ralph Ellis; Lynda Ely; Anne Finger; Patti Fly; Lou Anne Ford; Ronnie Franklin; Sarah Furr; Melinda Gard; Barry Glen; Wes Godwin; Patty Goodwin; Dorothy Graves; Bonnie Gray; Baker Gunter; Bretta Guyton; Gwynne Harrington; Nancy Halley; Robert Haugerg; Wallace Heggie; Carolyn Hende rson; Lillian Henick; David Hervey; Ralph Hill; Ernest Howard; Jan Huddleston; Beth Hull; Lillian Humber; Nancy Ingle; Carolyn James; Jacqueline Jeter Jerrie Jeter; Glenn Johnson; Kathryn Jones; Louise Lake; Mary Jo Latham; Dicki Lee; Garner Lester; Bill Lipscomb; Jerry Little; Glenda Luke; Bennett Marshall; Priscilla Martiniere; Lisa Mattox; Mary Sue May; Robert Mays; Carolyn McElwain; Adele McGowan; Lacey McLaurin; Jane Miller; Sidney Mize; Sherry Moore; Bob Morrisson; Veronica Mounger; Ann Paine; Jon Pennebaker; Emily Jane Pope; Judieth Port; Kay Porter; Belle Privette; Wanda Price; Dorothy Rich; Gaylen Roberts; Ann Rogers; Herbert Rogers; William Rogers; Faith Rountree; Sara Russell; Elizabeth Sartor; Boyd Saunder; Margaret Savage; Bob Seawright; Seay; David Scharr; Charles Showalter; Elizabeth Sims; Robert Sims; Gale Sinnott; Carol Stevens; Polly Swartzfager; Robert Thompson; Frank Thornhill; Ann Treadway; Harley Tripp; Nancy Vardaman; Carolyn Carole Walker; Nancy Wall; Randall Wall; Katherine Webb; Anne White; Carolyn White; Dan Wilford; Ned Wilford; Corinne Wiggins; Ariel Williams; Kate Williams; Jean Williamson; Sally Kate Winters; Jean Wood; Lynn Yarbrough; Bob Yelverton; Connie Young, Not Pictured: Murray Adams; Harry Arnold; Bob Bowman; Amy Byrd; Mary Carter; Barbara Cole; Carol Conklin; Robert Cross; John Doggett; James Ewing; Betty Jean Farmer; Nancy Fredrickson; Bob Galloway; Christye George; Shelton Gillis; David Guyton; Katy Hester; James Hudnall; Paula Hudson; Kay Johnson; Carolyn Kerr; John Wallace King; Louis Lyons; Reba McCullough; Charles Matthews; Jimmy Mitchell; Rosalene Morrison; Nickie Nichols; Richard Ross; Wynelle Scott; Robert Shepherd; Sue Singletary; Larry Smith; Sandra Sowell; Stephanie Steadman; Lee Tate; Clifford Bruce Whitsitt; Beverly Young; Beverly Zeller. NANCY WALL JACKIE JETER JUDY ALFORD BOB BOWMAN The Wesley Foundation is the organization in the Methodist Church for College students who are mem- bers of that church or whose preference is Methodist. Its aim is to foster the social, moral, and spiritual needs of students by trying to create a greater personal rela- tionship with. God; and to continue to strengthen ties with the Church, made in youth, which assure full Christian maturity. Activities include discussion groups, studies, worship, fellowship and recreation. On Sundays students have many different types of religious activities at their disposal so that many times during the day they may worship and have fellowship in a variety of ways. Monday through Friday from 1 to 1:20 p.m. the group presents " Pause for Power " , a time of devotion on 3rd floor of the " Y " building. Friday at 7:00 a.m. there is a Bible Study group where coffee and doughnuts are served. These and other activities are planned by a student council which is representative of the group. Wesley emphasizes worship with their many other campus activities. Friendship and Fellowship are gained through association in Wesley. Members: Thomas Alexander; Raymond Alford; Leonard Ball, III; Francis Owings; Keith Riley; Henry J. Sanders; David Smith; Florence Sims. James Britt; John Gassaway; Donald Harper; Walter Jo nes; Wayne Not Pictured: Robert Alexander; Gwynne Brunt; Thomas Gillespie; Terry Lamar; Albert Laws; Nancy Little; Ward McCraney; Francis Louis Guy; Charles Hand; Jane Taylor. HENRY J. SANDERS . DONALD HARPER . KEITH RILEY . . . . WAYNE TERRY LAMAR . Alpha Epsilon Delta is a national honor society for pre-med students who have maintained a 4.5 average over two consecutive semesters. A student who has maintained a 5.0 average after one semester may be pledged. It was founded at the University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, Alabama, in 1926. At present there are over ten thousand members in the sixty-one active chapters in colleges and universities throughout the United States. The objectives of the society are to encourage in pre-medical work by furnishing a goal to- ward which the students may strive during the early semesters of his or her pre-medical career; to bind to- gether the similar interested students; and to bridge the gap between the spirit of the pre-medical school and that of the School of Medicine. The American Institute of Chemical Engineers, Chapter, received its charter on the Ole Miss campus in 1957. After a close inspection of the as a whole, but with special emphasis on the Department of Chemical engineering, it was decided that this university was qualified to have a chapter. The purpose of the student chapter is to promote the pro- fessional development of students of chemical engi- neering. Furthermore, it endeavors to foster a profes- sional Spirit among its members and instill a professional pride in chemical engineering. The activities of the chapter include lectures, movies, and the presentation of papers prepared by the members. In this way the club works to achieve its goal. JIM MacNAUGHTON DAVID WOLFE . PAT BLACK . RAY AYERS . Members: George Abraham; Curt Ayers; Forest Barber; James Caldwell Alderman; Graham Boyd; Carl Bradow; B. NI. Bullen; William Cameron ; Larry Carruth; Winfred Carter; Fred Coffey; Charles Cole; Stephen Carley; Fred Coffey; Fred Delph; Millard French; Carlos Dollar; Billy Duncan; William Fowle; Dale Gibson; George Harrison Henry Gastrell; Bobby Grantham; Charles Hanson; Daniel Harrison; Harrison; Henry Haynes; J. C. Herring; Frank Jones; Claude Ladner; J. C. Herring; Elbert Hodge; Benny Howell; William Ingram; John Ernest Lipscomb; Robert Lloyd; James Lucas; Butch McCracken; Johnson; Jimmy Jones; Raiford Landreth; Bobby Lanham; John Miller; Theron McLarty; Joe Magee; Paul Miller; Charles Nute; Wells Nutt; John Quon; Archie Pratt; Ray Prestage; Charles Ray; George Riply; Jan Moore; John Moore; Phillip Mullins; Butch McCracken Gray Ronnie Roberts; David Salladay; Howard Schoggen; Gene Simmons; McLain; Gaylord Olson; Billy O ' Brien; Lars Phillips; Dick Santa; Darry Stewart; Charles Stone; Jesse Tainton; James Taylor; Louis Robert Sims; Harold Sloas; Sidney Smith; jack Townes; Gerald Turner; Edward Wagner; Jerry Whittington. Not Pictured: Kenneth Tucker; Robert Valentine; Donald Wellman; Michael Zalocusky. First Row: Olivia Harbour, Edna Bryant, Margaret Johnson, Nancy Pierce Ron Edwards, J erry Wooten, Alan Parker, Jack Veazey. Not pictured: Pierce, Bill Dunavant, John Corlew, Steve Matcholff, Sonny Boykin, Charlene Guiney, Elizabeth Seay, Taha Ghabbour. ELLIS NASSOUR DONNA RUTH ELSE . DICKIE LEE . . . CLYDE MINGEE . . BOB OAKMAN . The A.S.B. Movie Committee was organized in 1960 with the essential purpose of providing college-level entertainment for those students spending their week- ends on campus. The A.S.B. Movie Committee for the past two years has brought many outstanding productions to Ole Miss. Through very capable student leadership and interest from students, the movies at Ole Miss have become a large part of student life. Aside from the fact that many difficulties have developed from lack of space and equipment, the movie committee still provides the best of entertainment. Their successful efforts are exemplified in this year ' s slogan: " Movies are better than ever, especially at Ole Miss! " ASSOCIATED STUDENT BODY MOVIE COMMITTEE Student chapters of the American. Society of Civil Engineers provide the opportunity for the beginnings of professional associations. Membership is open to all juniors and seniors in the Department of Civil Engi- neering, but all students in the department are welcome to attend some of the meetings. Membership in a chap-. ter assures that contacts can be made with the tech- nical and profesional progress of civil engineering and with the leaders who are responsible for such prog- ress. Even more important, membership offers the chance to take part in the constructive activities carried on by future leaders of the profession. The student chapter supplements regular class meetings and work and is the only agency that can relate the professional development of students to the achievements of the American Society of Civil Engineers. HOWARD SCHOGGEN LOUIS TURNER . . BILLY JOE DUNCAN Members: Ray Ayers; John Baily; Bill Banks; Lames Baxter; Pat Black; Don Floyd; John Fried; Thomas Gaither; Fred Genii; Woody Germany; Joe Blurton; Howard Boone; Ke n Cargile; Orville Easley; Bobby Edwards Eugene Goulding; John Green; Gene Hale; John Hargraves; Griffin Edwards; Leslie Fossen; Rene Garcia; Nelson Gonyaw; Cecil Krosp; Harrell; James Harvey; Bris Hedleston; Jim Houlder; John Howard; Neil Fred Lenties; John Lewis; Jim MacNaughton; Coleman Murphree; Heidinger; William James; Edwin Johnson; Bobby Fortner; Bob Joyce; Marion Perry; Terry Rankin; Louis Rash; Bobby Redding; John Gerald Kempermann; Sam Kirschten; Robert Lurie; Michael McWeeny; Riddell; David Scharr; Charles Springs; Tom Stewart; Lee Tate; Jimmy James Newman; Edward Perry; Tony Ponquetti; George Person; Taylor; E. W. Wardlow; Joe Warrington; David Wolfe; Jack Wood; Kenneth DeRoberts; Joe Roberts; Alva Ruthledge; Danny Ryals; Mike William York. Not Pictured: Guff Abbott; Robert Austin; Richard Beckwith Showah; Pat Steinwinder; Robert Thorne; Harley Tripp; James Tuttle; ; John Billing; Larry Blackwell; Robert Broom; Wayne Caldwell; Kam Leung Wai; Dexter Walcott; John Weldon; William Yates; James Albert Carapetian; Paul Cardenas; James Dail; Kim Davis; Don Young; Alex Rather. Members: William Baker; Richard Brown; Alfred Bryant; Gerald Leland Shaffer; James Sherman; Phillip Tracy; Alan Troyka. Not Clark; Charles Cole; Ben Collier; James Day; Richard Farrell; Joe Pictured: Harry Arnold; John Gaines; George Hoover; John King; Gedris; Charles Laird; Conley Miller; Victor Morgan; Elmer Palm; Ralph Mayfield; Ronald Moreschi; Jonathan Nash; Richard Pennington; Carolton Parshall; James Ratliff; John Richardson; Robert Saul; Glen Torrey; Ronel Urice; William Williams; James Woodruff. PHILLIP D. TRACY ROBERT W. SAUL JAMES B. DAY . . CONLEY M. MILLER The American Society of Mechanical Engineers was founded on the University campus as the Mechanical Engineers Club on 15, November 1954. The organiza- tion is open to all engineering students, sophomores or above, who are majoring in mechanical engineering. The purpose of the club is to promote better relations among the students and to keep students abreast of the latest developments in the engineering field. Meetings are held at which technical movies are shown, various industrial speakers are presented, and faculty members present papers. The Mechanical Engineering Department of the University has recently been accredited. Thus the Mechanical Engineers Club has become associated with the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, and is now one of its student chapters. Beta Alpha Psi is a national accounting fraternity. The chapter at Ole Miss was chartered in 1951. To become a member, a person must be enrolled in ad- vanced undergraduate work, be a major in accounting, and have an overall average of 4.0 in accounting. The goal is to encourage and foster the ideal of serv- ice as.the basis of the accounting profession; to promote the study of accountancy and its highest ethical stand- ards: to act as a medium between professional men, instructors, students, and others who are interested in the development of the study cr profession of account- ancy; and to develop high moral, scholastic, and pro- fessional attainments in its members. JIMMY DAVIS . BOYD EDWARDS ANN DOUGLAS . BILL JOYNER . . First Row: Gayle Douglas, Amy Sue Turner, Ann Douglass. Second Row: Holmes, Davis, Hellinger, Nabors, Edwards, Cerny, Joyner, Row: Johnston, Bowen, Lowe, Carroll, Trahan, Eubank, Black. Third Mills, Perry. Front Row: Hicks, Eldwell, Crawford, Turner, Dunham, Cerny. Back Row: Waller, Travis, Perry, Lawrence, Nabors, Bell, Terrell, Williams, Davis, Schwandt, Pressley. JOSEPH L. PRESSLEY AMY SUE TURNER DR. LEWIS C. BELL Beta Gamma Sigma is a scholastic society for busi- ness students in schools that are members of the Association of Collegiate Schools of Business. Members of Beta Gamma Sigma are students with high scholarship in the School of Commerce. To be eligible for membership, seniors must be in the upper ten per cent of their class and must have accomplished a grade average of not less than 4.2. Second semester juniors with exceptionally high standing are also eligible. This society stands for the highest principles of scholarship and in the field of business studies and has as its purpose the promotion of interest and scholarship in the Commerce School. The Baptist Student Union serves as a connecting link between the campus and the church for Baptist students and for those of Baptist preference. It offers an opportunity for spiritual growth on the campus along with mental and cultural developments through church- related programs and activities. The BSU Councils which are elected annually have the responsibility of contacting and enlisting, in the various activities, and to co-ordinate the Baptist program with that of other campus religious organizations. Each year the Ole Miss BSU sends a delegation to the State BSU Convention. It sponsors short devotionals each week day at noon which are conducted by the students themselves. Prayer dates are considered an important part of the BSU. Various mission projects are also undertaken. MILTON SCARBOROUGH BILL INGRAM . . . CAROLYN BICKERSTAFF Members: Raymond Alford; Joyce Bickerstaff; Beverly Catledge; Jill Bonnie Miles; Jerry Reed. Not Pictured: " Bo " Haywood; Mary Lou Davis; Jane Gilpin; Virginia Godfrey; David Hicks; Bill Ingram; Pace; Milton Scarborough; Kearney Travis. Front Row: Love Hennick, Sam Rickman, Lorraine Forbes, Cecil Jones. Second Row: Raymond Alford, Joyce Ebbing, Sidney Smith, Jane Gillepin, Tommy Castle, Ann Rogers, Buffey Beach. SAM RICKMAN . LORAINE FORBES . CECIL JONES LOVE HENICK . TOMMY CASTLE . RAYMOND ALFORD . . The Religious Emphasis program at Ole Miss is sponsored by the Committee of One Hundred—a cross- section of the University community. This group of stu- dents, staff, faculty, directors, and chaplains of student religious and Oxford ministers sponsors a series of Religious Emphasis Speakers throughout the year. Through convocations and through meetings in the classrooms, in fraternity and sorority houses, and in other areas on the campus, students are given the of hearing these leaders in the field of Through student leadership and interest of faculty, the committee has accomplished many of the great ends it desires. Ole Miss is greatly indebted the persons who strive to give us a wider view of the religious opinions through the year. COMMITTEE OF 100 The Concert Singers is the touring choral group of the University of Mississippi. Under the direction of Mr. James C. Coleman, the Concert Singers perform for various campus functions and seasonal events as well as their own scheduled concerts. Working for precision, blend, and overall choral musicianship, the singers have attained the reputation of a fine singing group. The highlight of this year ' s spring tour was a trip to New Orleans where the singers represented the University at the National Association of Music Teachers ' There they helped to gain recognition for Ole Miss in the field of Music. DICK HEMMINGS TOM CLEVELAND JEANINE OGLETREE DAVID HICKS Virginia Godfrey; Doug Gunter; Linda Mabus; Andrew Ritch. LINDA MABUS . HERBERT WATSON . WILLIAM WRIGHT . VIRGINIA GODFREY . Tau Kappa Alpha is the honorary forensic fraternity at the University of Mississippi. The active membership of the chapter is composed of students and faculty members of the University who have been duly elected and initiated for participation in the University ' s program of forensics or other phases of original speech. To be eligible for active membership in the chapter, a student must be engaged in his second year of participation in the University ' s program, unless his forensic activ- ity was commenced in his senior year in high school, in which case, the first year of participation will be acceptable. He must also rank in the upper thirty-five percent of his class scholastically. The life of a Dormitory Manager is a rough one. He tries to be a friend as well as protector. In recent years the job has picked up more prestige as the standards have been raised. A Dormitory Manager now has to have at least a 3.5 average and a good record of extra- curricular activities. By raising the standards Mr. Nash hopes to have better Dormitory Managers and therefore a better life in the dorm for the students. BINFORD T. NASH . . AL EUBANKS . . . . GERALDINE LANDRETH BARBARA BANKS . . ERNEST SCHROEDER . Members: Raymond Alford; Gerald Allen; James Bonner; Thomas bert; Alfred Nicols; Earl Parker; Edmund Phillips; William Roberts;, Brown; Thomas Butler; James Caldwell; Alfred Corey; Charles Ray Arthur Sanders; Howard Schoggen; Ernest Schroeder; Boyce Taylor; Davis; Henry Davis; James Day; William Draper; Grady Eaves; John Louis Turner; Wren Way; James Williams. Not Pictured: Jerome Ellis; Alfred Eubanks; James Ferguson; Alan Ford; William Guy; Bishop; Fred Ford; James Foster; James Geuder; Daniel Jordan, Jr.; David Hicks; William Jones; Billy Keyes; James Lucas; Allen Mc- Charles Kempinska; Billy Legg; Wade Lindsey; Robert McPeak; Clyde Creight; Billy McLain; Roland McPhail; Jimmy Mitchell; Hunter Neu- McRaney; John Neill; Harvey Smallwood; William Tatum. Members: Sarah Lu Boling; Nancy Caldwell; Sandra Dabbs; Jean Karen Dawson; Linda Dilworth; Kay Fleming; Wilma Garvin; Tina Gates; Banky Godbold; Linda Harper; Suanne Holland; Emily Hudspeth; Barbara McClatcy; Frank McCluskey; Lois Mailfald; Elzie Martin; Sylvia Murphy; Dartha Powers; Mary Randall; Sally Roberts; Nancy Spraberry; Grace Stone; Carole Walker; Janice Wetzler; Wilkerson. Not Pictured: Patricia Endt; Gwynne Harrington; Phelan Houston; Rosayly Neilson; Barbara Tucker; Brenda Tucker. ALEX WILKERSON SARAH LU BOLING NANCY CALDWELL FREDEAN STONE Epsilon Gamma Epsilon is a professional fraternity for men and women in office administration and was founded at the University of Mississippi in 1951. It is incorporated in Mississippi and will become a national organization during this year. Epsilon Gamma Epsilon emphasiz es four phases of professional, the fraternal, the honorary, and the social. Its chief purpose is to promote the ideals and concepts of higher education in office which will contribute to the preparation of men and women for office occupations and for teaching in the field of business education. The activities of the fraternity enable its members to become acquainted with leaders in the fields of business and business education and to become aware of current developments, standards, practices, and routines of business. Membership in the organization is based on leadership, and scholarship. It is limited to enrolled in the Department of Office and Business Education who are specializing in secretarial science, office management, and business education. The Ole Miss Sport Judo Club was founded on the University Campus in 1961. This organization is open to anyone interested in promoting good sportsmanship and bettering inter-collegiate relationships through participation in Sport Judo. The club is actively engaged in competing with similar organizations located in universities in this area. The club has met in contest with U.K., L.S.U., Ohio St., and the U. of Louisville. First Row: Mayer, McWeeny, Ko, Rogers. Second Row: Ferdon, Denton, Hargraves, Mercer, Hooks. Third Row: Sims, Thompson, Morgan, Rawlings, Clark. MIKE McWEENY JOHN HARGRAVES CHARLES WEEKS . JOHN MATHEIDAS HIBU KO . . . Members: Virgil Bingham, III; Lavelle Camp; Robert Davis; David Jr.; Fred Fortenberry; Rayford Hudson; Donald Lewis; Joseph Willard McDonald; Miller Reid; Samuel Rickman; Donald Scoggins; Orien Shettles; Thomas Willingham; Robert Whitaker. Not Lloyd Bennett; John Chappell; Hugh Cole; Sidney Dedeaux; Charles Doherty; John Edmondson; Joel Ford; Dewey Garner; Pat Graves; Rodney Joyner; Martin Marshall; Robert McGee; Talmadge Nelson; Larry Nickells; James Price; Richard Ross; Frank Russell; Jack Wellborn; Wayne Williams; Buford Wood; Larry Wozencraft. ORIEN SHETTLES . WILLARD McDONALD RODNEY JOYNER . HUGH COLE . . . The first national Greek letter pharmaceutical to be founded was Kappa Psi. The founding took place on December 5, 1879, at the College of Virginia. Later a chapter was established on the campus of the University of Mississippi and remained active until around 1930, when it went inactive. Some seventeen years later in May, 1947, the Beta Rho chapter of Kappa. Psi was re-activated. Since that time its prestige has grown steadily on the Ole Miss Campus. Members are chosen in recognition of their scholastic standing, general ability, character, and personality. They are expected to exert their utmost efforts to pre- serve and further the ideals of the pharmaceutical profession. The Mississippians is a stage band composed of stu- dents who are members of the University Band. The Mississippians library includes arrangements of Glenn Miller, Stan Kenton, and arrangements popularized by big name bands. The Mississippians perform for jazz concerts and dances on the campus and provides an opportunity for future high school band directors to gain exp erience in the modern idiom ---- the stage band style. Robert Martin serves as student leader of the group. Members: Helen Alford; Carolyn Bickerstaff; Kay Crosthwait; Bettye Farmer; Lorraine Forbes; Jane Gilpin; Brooke Hamilton; Love Henick; Kay Lamb; Jamie Shannon; Sally Spier; Sharon Thompson; Judy Ware; Betty Wilson; Jenna Porter. Not Pictured: Evelyn Burkett; Susan Morehead; Nancy Wall; Sarah Wells. LORRAINE FORBES SALLY SPIER . NANCY WALL . . SUSAN MOREHEAD . The honor of membership in Mortar Board has come to symbolize an outstanding contribution to the Ole Miss campus in the fields of scholarship, leadership, and service. Each spring Mortar Board re-evaluates its own contributions and standards, then, on Honors Day in Fulton Chapel, taps new members according to its highest ideals. Mortar Board is more than an honorary organization. The campus situation is constantly studied, and service is rendered when needed. Mortar Board joins with ODK in sponsoring the ODK- Mortar Board Forum series which continues throughout the year. They invite internationally famous persons to speak on pertinent subjects. Honors Day is also under their supervision. " Religion and Life are one and the same, or neither is anything, " believes the University Christian It strives in many ways to unite a campus of natural fragmentation—both social and academic into a real community based upon a common ground: that of believers in. God. Its purposes can easily be discov ered in the many types of activities within the organi- zation ' s program. These activities are carried out through the joint YMCA-YWCA. The " Y " meets every Monday evening in its own building for worship, study, fellowship and service. The heart of the " Y " is the Cabinet, student leaders who direct Y-sponsored retreats, stunt night, and countless other projects in cooperation with other campus groups. JIM O ' MARA JACKIE JETER BILL EUBANK . . JOY ANN HOWARD ART CHAPMAN JEAN WILLIAMSON TOMMY CASTLE . SARAH WELLS Members: Tommy Castle; Bill Eubank; Jackie Jeter; Jim O ' Mara; Sara Wells. Not Pictured: Art Chapman; Joy Ann Howard; Jean Williamson. Members: Charles Anderson, Ray Baldwin, James Buckley, Alfred Corey, Kenneth Covey, George Dulin, Robert Elliott, James Garner, Goldman, John Henry, R. S. Johnson, Ben Jones, Robert Lanier, Edwin McKaskel, W. K. McWhorter, Falton Mason, Ralph Metcalfe, Edward Mullen, William Mullins, Earl Parker, Edward Peters, Robert Prather, Lucius Sams, Chester Senf, Alvin Tenner, Donald Walsh, Joseph Watkins, R. Wilkins, George Williamson. Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity was established in Chicago, Illinois, in November of 1902. The fraternity is a national organization composed of seventy-five student chapters and thirty alumni chapters. Student chapters are located only in class A law schools which are members of the Association of American Law Schools. The Lamar. Chapter, organized in 1929, at the University of Mississippi, was named for L. Q. C. Lamar, one of Mississippi ' s leading statesmen of the past. Membership is obtained by fulfilling necessary and character qualifications. It is a primary function of the fraternity to foster friendship, coopera- tion, and a high code of professional ethics among its many thousands of brothers throughout the nations. Phi Beta Lambda is a national fraternity for students in business. It was organized on the University of campus in March of 1960. The members include students in the School of Business and Government, who have been selected by the organization and who meet the necessary academic and leadership require- ments. The purpose of Phi Beta Lambda is to further the knowledge and understanding of the business world. It seeks to develop, strengthen, and encourage those who will become the future business leaders of It is an honorary, professional, and social fraternity that has a variety of programs and activities. During the year, the chapter has its annual rush party, takes various field trips, listens to well-known business speakers, and acts as host for the state Future Business Leaders of America Convention held here at the University of Mississippi. MARY ANTHONY McLEMORE SCARLOTTE MORGAN SANDY SOUTHERN . ROSALYN NEILSON . . . Members: Jane Crosby; Carol Hitzman; Linda Jackson; Frank Mary McLemore; Linda McNutt; Rosalyn Neilson; Tommie Nix; Gary Runnels; Amye Sansom; Martha Sansom; Nancy Spraberry; Dottie Teasler; Mary Turner; Frank Underwood. Not Pictured: Agnes Banchetti; Adele Blackburn; Ralph Brockman; Sunny Callaway; Perry DeLoach; Patricia Endt; Mickie Gardner; Barbara Goodin; Ann Gordon Linda Harper; Murrah Herndon; Billie Hutchison; Louise James; Kaplan; Pat Lovelorn; Albert Lum; Scarlotte Morgan; Patsy Payne; Nahtoma Sanderson; Sandy Southern; Fredean Stone; Barbara Tucker; Brenda Tucker; Alex Wilkerson. Members: Raymond L. Brown; J. T. Caldwell; John A. Crawford; Carl Downing; Richard Edmondson; H. C. Forshner; Robert E. Husband; Timothy Jones; Michael Keleher; George Lipscomb; John Roach; Lloyd G. Spivey; John Sullivan; Vernon Terrell; J. Kearney Travis, Jr.; Winton Williams. Not Pictured: John Bradley; John Cheatham; Justin Cox; A. D. Currie; J. H. Hogue, Jr.; Luther L. McDougal; Toxey Smith; Charles Thomas. JOHN CRAWFORD RAYMOND BROWN JOHN BRADLEY, JR. CHARLES THOMAS Phi Delta Phi is the oldest professional fraternity in the United States. International in scope, this legal fraternity is one of the enduring institutions among fraternities which exist today. Mayes Inn of Phi Delta Phi was formed at the University of Mississippi in 1927. The members are selected from those law who have displayed the highest qualities of scholarship and character in their legal training. The purpose of the fraternity is to promote culture and professional ethics in the legal profession. Participation in Phi Delta Phi ' s activities offers the earnest law student unmatched opportunities for an early awareness of the practical legal problems and techniques not emphasized in the curriculum, as well as helpful guidance to a more general understanding of the profession for which he is studying to be a member Phi Delta Chi is a national fraternity for outstanding students in the School of Pharmacy. It was founded at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan, in 1833. The Alpha Epsilon Chapter was founded at the University of Mississippi in 1927. Two years later, in 1929, the fraternity became inactive and was not re- activated until 1951. The men in the chapter symbolize the purpose of the fraternity brotherhood and hard work. Through good fellowship and cooperation they attempt to foster in their members the high ideals of the pharmacy pro- fession. Although books, pills, powders, and labs oc- cupy the greater part of their time, the men also participate in social activities. JOE E. McGUFFEE WM. BILL TERRY EDDIE LEE JERRY BISHOP BILLY WILLIAMSON Members: Albritton, Louis; Bishop, Jerry; Brister, Calvin; Cooley, Ardin; Eubanks, Alfred; Gammill, Frank E. Jr.; Geiselman, Wayne; Glenn, Barry; Gong, K. W. Jr.; Greenway, Jackie; Guercio, Mike; Landry, Dennis J.; Lee, Frank; McAllister, Phil; McElroy, Mike; Joe E.; Moniot, Charles L.; Morris, Ed D.; Perkins, Charlie; Powell, Mills; Raley, Terry; Rogers, Neal; Smith, Jimmie C.; Sullivan, Leonard; Taft, Jerry; Taylor, Boyce; Terry, Wm. Bill; Thomas, Larry N.; Tompkins, Billy J.; Treuting, John J.; Vance, Wallace; Wells, Robert L.; Williamson, Billy; Wilkinson, Charles L.; Windham, Eugene P., Jr. Not Pictured: Bailey, Bill; Berry, Donald; Best, Charles H., Jerry; Dong, Faye; Gee, Chung L.; Lee, Eddie; Mitchell, Jimmy R.; Orr, Richard; Pigott, Don; Spanks, G. A.; Stevens, D. B.; Gerald; Turnage, Binford. Members: Robert Alexander; Brooks Allison; Harry Arnold; John Arrington; William Artner; Ray Ayers; David Ball; George Bergold; Oliver Billingslea; Johnny Black; John Bolich; Howard Boone; Robert Bowman; James Brown; George Buffaloe; Robert Cakeman; William Cameron; Rufus Cofer; Tom Coleman; John Crawford; Jerry Crout; John Edmonson; Fred Ford; George Gafford; Thomas Gaither; Robert Galloway; Ralph Gilbert; John Gunter; Don Harper; Henry Haynes; David Hicks; Tom Jones; Walter Jones; John Kirkham; Sam Kirschten; James Krosp; Brad Lawrence; Albert Laws; Hugh Love; Tom McCraw; Charles Merke; Wells Nutt; Richard Parsons; Glenn Pennington; James Ratliff; Arthur Ray; Jerry Reed; John Richardson; Jimmy Russell; Richard Russell; Joe Thomason; Robert Thompson; Charles Santa; Larry Sauls; Bobby Shewmake; Eugene Simmons; Sydney Smith; Charles Weathersby; David Wells; Charles Wilkinson; Bill Williams; James Williams; James Willoughby. Not Pictured: Kenneth Cargile; Thomas Childs; Fred Coffey; Bill Eckhardt; Edwin Ervin; David Hardy Graham; Robert Gramling; Charles Matthews; John Mayo; Bobby Oakman; Robert Phay; Jim Price; Fred Sandifer; Jimmy Solomon. JIMMY RUSSELL . FRED SANDIFER LARRY SAULS GEORGE BUFFALOS Phi Eta Sigma is a national honorary society for who acquire a quality point ratio of 4.5 or more for the first semester of their freshman year, and for those sophomores who obtained the required average at any time during their sophomore year whenever they might not have succeeded in qualifying the year before as a freshman. Amon.g the scholarship projects, high on the list of Phi Eta Sigma are: " How to Study " pamphlets for the freshmen orientation brochures; providing scholarship experts to speak during orientation; and compiling a file of available tutors in different for freshmen. The fraternity ' s sole aim is to high scholarship among the freshmen. Scabbard and Blade is a national honorary military fraternity for students in advanced Army, Air, and Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps, who have at- tained certain academic and military qualifications. Company " B " 8th Regiment, was founded at the of Mississippi in 1940. The Scabbard and Blade was organized in order to unite in closer relationship the military departments of American universities and colleges; to preserve and develop the essential qualities of good and efficient officers; to prepare members as educated men to take a more active part and to have a greater influence in the military affairs of their communities; and, above all, to sprea d intelligent information concerning the reqirements of this country. JAMES W. O ' MARA (Army . RALPH W. GILBERT, JR. (Army . ROBERT S. COLLINS (Air Force) . JERRY C. DUMAS (Air Force) . Members: Al Reed Atkinson, Howard E. Boone, Bert F. Case, Robert S. Collins, Jennings Cox, P. Thomas Davis, Joseph R. Gedris, Ralph Gilbert, William Ingram, Percy H. Kaigler, Thomas K. McCraw, James W. O ' Mara, Morris J. Schur, Gerald L. Tucker. Not Pictured: Larry G. Blackwell, David W. Coon, Jerry C. Dumas, Frank R. Halbert, Philip T. Harrison, William F. Roberts, Robert E. Russell. Members: Richard Adams; Bob Albino; Henry Arnold; Captain James Briley; Bert Case; James Cathey; Kay Chanceller; Robert Collins; Gus Denton; Jerry Dumas; Robert Glover; Harry Frazer; Travis Halford; David Henderson; David Hervey; Allen Hobbs; Bennie Johnston; Ernest Joyner; Greg Lawrence; Trent Lott; John McIntyre; Walter Shettlemore; Ernest Wakham. Not Pictured: Massimi D ' Ammassa; Phillip Doiron; Norma J. Fooshee; Homer Trammell; Roy Williams; Robert Witty; Max Young. CAPTAIN JAMES R. BRILEY WALTER SHETTLEMORE NORMA J. FOOSHEE MA SSIMI D ' AMMASSA The Ole Miss Student Chapter, Society for the Advancement of Management was organized in. February, 1957 and is affiliated with the National S.A.M. organi- zation. S.A.M. is the recognized national professional organization of management in industry, commerce, government, and education, and the pioneer in philosophy. The Ole Miss Chapter endeavors to strengthen management education and further the growth of students by stimulating their thinking, widen- ing their knowledge, and developing a better under- standing of business and the free enterprise system. The basic objectives of the Ole Miss Chapter: (1) to bring closer together executives in business and stu- dents preparing to go into business; (2) to serve as an effective medium for the exchange and distribution of information on problems policies and methods of in- dustry and management; and (3) to provide students with the opportunity of participation in organizing, plan- ning, directing and controllin g of the activities of an organization dedicated to the promotion and of the art and science of management. Activities such as meetings, conferences, news bulletins and re- search projects and community service give students an insight into the practice of the management The Student National Education Association is a professional organization with chartered chapters all over the country, designed for college and university students who plan to enter the teaching profession. A member of the Student National Education is also automatically a member of the state educa- tional association. The Student National Education Association aims at the development of personal growth and professional Members: Kay Anderson; Jill Anthony; Sarah Bailey; Margaret Baker; Ker. Barker; Mary Ann Barr; Frances Bass; Loretta Bennett; Martha Bickerstaff; Marianne Black; Sara Brawlett; John Brecht; Malvine Bridges; Kay Brown; Linda Brown; Kitty Bryan; Betty Buckly; Judy Burnett; Lou Anne Burris; Susan Cadle; Camille Callaway; Annette Campbell; Judy Carl; Mike Carter; Kay Chanceller; Molly Childress; Curtis Coker; Mary Collins; Carolyn Coney; Miki Crabill; Jane Crenshaw; Annis Cross; Mary Cunningham; Peggy Dale; Jean Davenport; H. Q. Davis; Sally Day; James Dodds; Betsy Donaldson; Sherry Donald; Elizabeth Douglas; Downing; Marguerite Dunn; Betty Durrett; Nell Earthman; Joan Ebbing; Joyce Ebbing; Bill Echhardt; Joan Edwards; Anne Elder; Kitty English; Bonnie Farr; Linda Farris; D. L. Fisher; Marilyn Ferrell; Sara Flynt; Marie Ford; Alice Garner; Wilma Garvin; Linda Golden; Elizabeth Gordon; Dot Graft; Judy Gruggett; Victoria Guion; Judy Hafner; Sandra Hale; Maelke Hardee; Jo Ann Hardin; Hazel Harris; Jan Harris; Marilyn Harris; Jane Hawks; Love Henick; Sharm Hill; Betty Hivers; Martha Holmes; Jan Humber; Ann Jackson; Mildred James; Berry Jamison; Mathelde Janvier; C. K. Johnson; Cassandra Jones; Lenor Jones; Judge; Nan Kaiser; Kay Karsten; Amy Kelly; John Kirham; Carmen competences. Through the association the student gains an understanding of the history, ethics, and program of the organized teaching profession. KAY BROWN LOVE HENICK LINDA LITTLE Klotz; Louise Lake; Linwood Liddle; Linda Little; Lucille Longino; Vickie Love; Linda Loveless; Carloe Lowe; Judy Lynn; Sally Lynder; Pat McKay; Bill McVeigh; Lymer Mailfaild; Lynn May; Dannie Maxey; S. J. Mieher; Leda Moon; Louise Moon; Mary Morehead; Elizibeth Morris; Carolyne Newman; Natalie Nichols; Tommie Nix; Sandra Neely; Jane Owen; Ann Paine; Jo Parker; Linda Peacock; Nancy Pearce; Pearson; Amy Permenter; Ann Phillips; Emily Pope; Kay Porter; Maria Powers; Charles Pratt; Kay Puddephatt; Sarah Quackenboss; Barbara Quinn; Jane Quinn; Francis Richardson; Jerry Riggs; Ruth Rivers; Rona Rhine; Patsey Sylvia Ross; Faith Ross; Dee Rush; Beverly Sanders; Martha Schilling; Nancy Schilling; Terry Scrunf er; Jamie Shannon; Pat Francis Simpson; Elizabeth Smith; Martha Sterns; Grace Stone; Stowers; Elizabeth Stuart; Carol Summers; Pat Swinney; Meadow Tate; Lindia Taylor; ;Ruth Taylor; Dottie Teasler; Barbara Tennyson; Kay Judy Thompson; Sharon Thompson; Susan Trapp; Ann Treadway; Inez Varnado; Lou Vigour; Constantine Vinci; Hicky Wallace; Vivian West; Rebecca Williams; Ann White; Ann Wilson; Marline Wilson; Sall Willson. NAJEAN ATTEBERY LORRAINE FORBES NANCY WALL . Two years ago in September of 1960 eight talented young ladies under the supervision of Miss Dibba Butler formed a new organization for campus entertain- ment The University Dancers. Since that time, these hard working young dancers have watched the mem- bership of their modern dance group grow to include approximately thirty dance artists. The University Dancers specialize in the techniques of modern dance, although they have performed compo- sitions in other dance fields on requested occasions. In its short term of existence, this dance group has be- come extremely popular on the Ole Miss campus and has performed for numerous campus organizations, such as the Pharmacy Wives ' Club and the Scholars. Last spring this group provided the choreography for the musical, " Carousel. " This year the University Dancers ' schedule of per- formances included a performance in. Vicksburg; par- ticipation in half-time activities at the Houston game, the Homecoming game, and the Cotton Bowl; a program of interpretive Christmas compositions for the Wesley Foundation; choreography for " South Pacific " ; and a spring recital. Skill, talent, and exhausting practice sessions have elevated this dance group to the position of one of the most outstanding campus entertainments, thereby add- ing an other artistic attraction to Ole Miss culture. WCBH is the student-operated radio station, operating from the Fine Arts Center. WCBH serves as a training center for most phases of radio experience such as program directing, an- nouncing, audio engineering, news editing, etc. WCBH by stringing wire to the Men ' s Dormitories has been able to provide entertainment for the men as well as the women this year. MR. WHITESIDE BRAD LAWRENCE JOAN BENNETT . JEAN PETKOVSEK SKIP SCHULTE . JOHN FREEMAN Members: Hayes Jameson, Jack Moore, lone Benet, Carrol Jones, Ann Harper, Skip Schulte, Claudia Ambrose, Brad Lawrence. BILL ECKHARDT BOBBY OAKMAN JoANN PAYNE CHARLES BRATT Westminster Fellowship is sponsored by the Presbyterian Church of Oxford. Membership is primarily com- posed of Presbyterian students; but is open to any student at the University who wishes to donate his time and talents to a working, church-sponsored or- ganization. Its purpose is to help each member to have a per- sonal, growing relationship with Christ; to unify stu- dents through Christian study, work, and fellowship; to develop a responsible sense of Churchmanship; to present Christian Witness a individuals arid as a group to the Ole Miss student body. Various projects are undertaken by this group to better the atmosphere on the University campus and to help anyone who needs help. Boxes are sent to the needy and other such efforts are put forth. Westminster Fellowship meets for a program each Sunday night. The Women ' s Recreation Association was founded at the University of Mississippi in 1926. It is composed of all girls participating in the intramural sports activ- ities that are conducted on the Ole Miss campus. The organization is governed by a board of representatives from each organization that sponsors a team in any of the independent groups. This group has as its purpose the provision of activ- ities that girls at the University of Mississsippi can enjoy in their leisure time. A sensation is stirred up by awarding points which are added up and the group with the greatest number of points wins a trophy. LeNOIR JONES PEGGY KEADY AGNES BANCHETTI CAROLYN CONEY Members: Carolyn Anderson; Agnes Banchetti; Edna Bryant; Caroline Chapman; Carolyn Coney; Mary Jim Cunningham; Linda Harpole; LeNoir Jones; Peggy Keady; Judy Lum; Laura McEachern; Patricia McGee; Ann Phillips; Francis Richardson; Sue Smith; Jeannie Stroud; Clair Underwood; Carolyn Walden; Nancy Wroten. Not Ginger Anderson; Linda Kay Bro wn; Alexis Busby; Jonie Carole Drake; Suzzane Hawthorne; Stephanie Jordy; Suzzane Lamar; Jo Karen McMaon; Shannan Rhodes; Judith Thompson; Melba Walker; Sandy Webb. Members: Claudia Ambrose, Carolyn Anderson, Carolyn Auwarter, Jan Baker, Jane Bigger, Kay Burns, Carolyn Carlton, Mary Collins, Jane Crenshaw, Gail Dabney, Carol Drake, Lou Ann Ford, Nancy Hatley, Dale Holloway, Kay Johnson, Patricia Ann Jones, Rosemary Latimer, Olivia Littlefield, Carolyn McElwain, Phyllis McIntyre, Joan McMillan, Jane Miller, Mary Miller, Meg Mitchell, Roselene Morrison, Kay Murphy, Donna Olive, Lou Russell, Paula Smith, Betheny Stockett, Harriett Stovall, Paula Jo Travers, Betty Waldrop, Eleanor Watts, Linda Gail Westmoreland, Harriet Wicks, Jane White, Alta Wright. CATHIE MILLER . KAY JOHNSON . JANE WHITE . CAROLYN ANDERSON The University of Mississippi Home Economics Club on the campus is affiliated with the Mississippi Home Economics Association and the American Home Economics Association. The club was founded on the campus in 1938. The purpose of this organization is to bring together and inform the members of the opportunities in the field of home economics, and to promote clean, healthful homemaking. A national program is set up at the beginning of each year. The points of this program are sent to the various clubs throughout the United States. At the meetings held the first Monday of each month, the members work to carry out these points and to obtain the standards set up by the club here at Ole Miss. PHI KAPPA PHI Frank A. Anderson, Ph.D. Mary Neill DeShazo, M.S. A. B. Lewis, Ph.D. Russell E. Aven, M.A. Mae E. Fortenberry, A.M. Y. J. McGaha, Ph.D. Russell Hunter Barrett, Ph.D. Arthur Clifton Guyton, M.D. Dorothea B. Morse, Ph.D. Lewis C. Bell, Ph.D. Paul G. Hahn, Ph.D. Forrest Windsor Murphy, Ed.D. W. Alton Bryant, Ph.D. John Sykes Hartin, Ph.D. William Lewis Nobles, Ph.D. J. Allen Cabaniss, Ph.D. Charles F. Haywood, Ph.D. Roy D. Sheffield, Ph.D. Noel A. Childress, Ph.D. William T. Hicks, Ph.D. Alliston Slade, M.A. Samuel Friend Clark, Ph.D. Franklin P. Howard, B.A. Samuel S. Talbert, Ph.D. Victor Aldine Coulter, Ph.D. Harriet Jackson, M.A. John Davis Williams, Ed.D., LL.D. E. E. Davidson, M.B.A. Richard E. Keye, Ed.D. William Hailey Willis, Ph.D. John Louis Black, Jr. Margaret Gathright Denman Wells Edward Nutt Sarah Grace Combs William Timothy Jones Lucius Featherston Sams, Jr. John Adam Crawford Robert James Long Howard Leon Schoggen Jerry Norwood Crout Alfred Elliott Moreton, III Winton Edwin Williams Millie Theus Nichols Charles Compton Alexander Helen Elizabeth Alford Samuel Kay Alford . Archie Brooks Allison Carolyn J. Bickerstaff Howard Ellis Boone Kathryn H. Brewer James A. Brown, Jr. Norma Patrick Burrell James Irvin Califf Hamlet Robinson Carter, Jr. Bela J. Chain, Jr Rufus H. Cofer, Jr. Thomas Allen Coleman Charles Wann Crawford Robert Elmer Davis . Mike Robertson Dennis Philip Edwin. Duncan . Irma Modena M. Baldwin Bobbie Lou Brettell . . Howard Davis Dear, Jr. Charles Milton Edmondson John David Edmondson Lorraine Loris Forbes Sandra Sue Giles . . . . Shelby Smith Grantham . Richard Wayne Green . Gay Grundy Greve Donald Ray Harper . George Louis Gafford, Jr. Ralph Whitmel Gilbert, Jr. Evans Burnham Harrington Lillian Love Henick Robert Lee King Charles Eugene Matthews, Jr. Jane Cleveland Montgomery Susan Virginia Morehead Rebecca Larche Moreton Jerry Franklin Reed Thomas Royals Singley Nell Carolyn Stigler George William Sutton . Jane Colston Taylor John A. Travis, III Amy Sue Turner Nancy Ann Wall . Judith Serviah Ware Betty Frances Wilson . David Lynn Hicks James Melvin Hudnall Lynn Tracy Mailfald Bobbye Lynne Pennington Dewey Glenn Pennington Virginia Katherine Porter Charles Richard Santa Sydney Allen Smith, III Joe Frank Thomason Sharon Louise Thompson Charles Lee Wilkinson CAROLYN GALLASPY JEANINE OGLETREE KARON BROWN Members: Dorothy Akin; Ann Biles; Sarah Boling; Karon Brown; Mary Carolyn Gallaspy; Margaret Grantham; Lyn Hopkins; June Inman; Julie Jones; Diane Klyce; Nicki McLaurin; Sibyl McRae; Jeanine Ogletree; Penny Pepple; Patricia Puckett; Beverly Robinson; Ann Rogers; Harriet Tinsley; Jane Vaughan. Not Pictured: Lucinda Grantham; Carolyn Kerr; Betty Bean Mabry. Alpha Lambda Delta is the highest scholastic honor attainable by freshman coeds at Ole Miss. The purpose of this organization is to promote intelligent living and a high standard of learning; and to encourage superior scholastic attainment among freshman women in our institution of higher learning. Alpha Lambda Delta is a national honorary society with chapters at universities all over the United States. To be eligible for membership, a woman stu- dent must maintain a 4.5 average throughout her freshman year. The freshman coeds who do so are initiated at the end of their freshman year and are active during their sophomore year. There can be no failing grades on the records of mem- bers of Alpha Lambda Delta. The rigid require- ments set up for membership make it indeed an honor to be asked to join. Members: James Adams; James Benson; Robert Collins; Willis Dabbs; Paul Davis; Robert Davis; Charles Ferguson James Ferguson James Hardy; William Ledbetter; Robert Mace; Barry Strawn; Harrison Taylor; Charles Weeks; Ja mes Wells. CHARLES FERGUSON JAMES FERGUSON CHARLES WEEKS ROBERT DAVIS The Ole Miss Chapter of the American Association was established for the first time this year at the University of Mississippi with the membership composed of students majoring in the field of Business. The purpose of the Ole Miss Chapter is to foster scientific study and research in the field of marketing research. This chapter is continually striving to contribute to the improve- ment of the of marketing and to further the public understanding and appreciation of mar- keting problems by promoting friendly relations between students, faculty, and businessmen. Nu- merous businessmen are invited to the campus to fulfill speaking engagements throughout the year. W. H. INGRAM J. L. SHERMAN R. A. MADEO C. R. SANTA . Anchor and Chain was organized at the of Mississippi in 1947. Since its earliest days the primary function of this organization has been to promote, " esprit de corps " in the Naval ROTC Unit through meetings, social activities, and an active intramural participation. The programs at the meetings usually include a guest speaker from some phase of Naval or Marine service. To- ward the close of the year, Anchor and Chain tries to acqaint the members who are going on cruise in the summer with the various aspects, require- ments, and other matters of interest of each cruise. The members are held closely together because of one common interest--becoming an officer in the United States Navy. Members: Larry C. Blackwell, Bill Cameron, Rufus Cofer, W. H. Ingram, Jack Lynch, Van Moore, Jim Ratliff, R. J. Roy, C. R. Santa, James Sherman. Not Pictured: Ray Artmann, Len Bethards, Thomas Garther, George Harrison, Frank Jones, R. N. Lamb, R. A. Madeo, John Matheidas, Ken McCoy, John Miller, R. W. Saul, R. A. Schwab, Paul Wither. Members: Linda Cloud Fite; Carolyn Flowers; Juan Herrington; Barbara Goddin; Billie Hutchison; May Lee; Nahtoma Sanderson; Linda Spain; Linda Steele; Grace Stone; Vivian West; Janice Wetzler; Alexine Wilkerson. F. MURRAH HERNDON LINDA CLOUD FITE JANICE WETZLER In October of 1947 the Business Education Club was organized on the campus of the University of Mississippi, This club is the unifying force for the many students and faculty on the campus who are interested in business education. Through this organization they can get to know each other better and have more opportunities to discuss a subject of mutual interest. The club also provides excellent opportunities for the student to become a personal friend of many of the faculty members since they meet because of a common interest. Because it was felt that the benefits are just as great to a " C " student as an " A " student, member- ship is not based on grade averages, but is ex- tended to all students and faculty who are inter- ested in business education. TOM HARVEY CECIL JONES . CLARK HAIRSTON STEVE BEECH . . The Canterbury Club is an organization of the Episcopal Church for Episcopal students. It pro- vides students with opportunities to develop their religious beliefs more fully and to continue their church work while on the campus of the Univer- sity. The Club meets each Sunday evening as well as Thursday evening. On Sunday various programs consisting of speakers, panels, films, recreation, and group discussions are held. Thursday nights the members meet and eat together at what is known as the Supper Club. There, topics are discussed by the students on their own level. This gives each Episcopal student an opportunity to express and discuss his beliefs. Each year the Canterbury Club sponsors various social events such as shrimp suppers. It does a great deal of work among the needy around the University. Members: Howard Boone; Raul Cardenas; John Fried; Ralph Gilbert; Fred Lentjes. Not Pictured: Larry Blackwell; Bob Daley; Sam Kirschten; Jimmy Taylor. FRED LENTJES RAUL CARDENAS JOHN FRIED . Chi Epsilon is a national honorary fraternity for civil engineers, Its purpose is to form a closer union and bond of friendship and loyalty among those now preparing for and those now in the civil engineering profession. Eligibility for membership in Chi Epsilon is determined by excellence shown in scholarship, character, personality, practicality, and sociability. Juniors and seniors in the School of Engineering are the only persons eligible. This year marks the eleventh successive year of the Ole Miss chapter of Chi Epsilon since its organization. It was inactive for six years before it was reorganized in 1949. Since its Chi Epsilon has done a great deal towards creating a spirit of unity among those in the civil engineering profession. It is a goal for underclass- men in civil engineering to work toward. University Christians is a fellowship at Ole Miss for students who are striving to reproduce ancient New Testament Christianity in the twentieth cen- tury. These members of the Church of Christ meet on the campus for daily devotionals and weekly Bible study as a supplement to the program of worship and edification of the Oxford Church of Christ. As an. aid to the spiritual growth and de- velopment of the students, a new Student Center adjoining the campus is now being used. Top Row: Quinton Dickerson, Jimmy Taylor, Max Young, Phil McAlister, Henry Johnson, Chester Reaves, Dr. Shields, David Ross. Bottom Row: Yvonne Holley, Jan Warner, Lelia Ross, Roberta Rowland. Members: Robert Brown; Tom Harvey; Jim Herring; Beverly Zeller. CHARLES CRAWFORD TOM HARVEY The Claiborne Society is a national Literary society organized for the furtherance of an interest in history. The society dwells in the civilizations of ancient Greece and Rome which come beyond the normal classroom activities. At monthly meetings of the club, the members participate in programs related to some particular facet of history. The Claiborne Society sponsors many speakers on campus each year, and has furthered the interest of the campus in the classics. LYN HOPKINS JUDY ALFORD . CAROLYN CONEY JANE VAUGHAN . Members: Dottie Akin; Carolyn Anderson; Najean Attebery; Anne Biles; Sylvia Bradley; Carolyn Coney; Anna Cox; Carolyn Gallaspy; Lyn Hopkins; Diane Kellett; Diane Klyce; Linwood Liddle; Priscilla Martiniere; Polly Morrison; Nicki McLaurin; Laura Lynn McLemore; Jeanine Ogletree; Mary Lou Pace; Penny Pepple; Ann Rogers; Jane Vaughan; Carolyn Waits; Beverly Young. Not Pictured: Tina Gates; Mary Nelle Massey; Susan Neely; Carolyn Sasser; Harriet Tinsley. Mississippi Iota Chapter of CWENS is an honorary organization for sophomore women. To be eligible for membership, the student must be out- standing in leadership and participation in campus activities as well as in the maintenance of an excellent grade point average. This organization is a goal toward which all freshmen women stu- dents work. It encourages a student to be well- rounded. Scholarship is not the ultimate goal of CWENS. Only ten percent of the freshmen women who make a 4.0 average are asked to become members of CWENS. It emphasizes the importance of being active in all phases of college life in addition to making good grades. CWENS a girl to be aware of all activities around her. She is made to realize the importance of good grooming, refined manners, and broad interests. Members: Amanda Gardner; Alva Lynn Kelly; Vicki Love; Carol Lowe; Merry Rea; Lydia Mary Salloum; Vicki Smith. Not Pictured: Rita Bailey; Linda Kay Brown; Carol Jean King; Ellen Parnell; Nancy Pearson; Honey Toney; Sandy Webb. CAROL LOWE . ALVA LYNN KELLY . VICKI SMITH . VICKI LOVE . The Megaphone Club is composed of a member from each of the eight sororities and each The members are elected by their respective sorority or dormitory. The officers of the Mega- phone Club are elected by thirteen members of the club. The purpose of the Megaphone Club is to foster school spirit at every activity held on the Ole Miss campus. The club members encourage attendance at pep rallies, football and basketball games, A.S.B. dances, and other school-sponsored affairs. In order to promote attendance at these school activ- ities, posters and handbills are distributed on the campus. School spirit has been encouraged by various methods such as the selling of pom porn sticks at football games and the burning of effigies at bonfires. LOIS MAILFALD . EVELYN MURPHY . KAREN DAWSON BANKY GODBOLD Phi Gamma Nu is a professional commerce sorority. It was organized on the campus of the University of Mississippi in May of 1950. The members are women students in the School of Commerce and Business Administration ' who have met the necessary scholastic requirements, and who are approved by the members of the organi- zation. It was organized to further the interest of women students in the field of commerce and business administration; to further academic study and pro- mote a standard of high scholarship; and to fur- ther interest in civic and professional enterprises. Various programs are presented at the different meetings to help add to the members ' knowledge of business facts and figures. Members: Joan Bennett; Nancy Caldwell; Sandra Dabbs; Jean Davenport; Karen Dawson; Wilva Edwards; Wilma Garvin; Sandra Giles; Banky Barbara Goddin; Jacqueline Labrano; Ivy Jean Littlejohn; Lois Mailfald; Dee Martin; Evelyn Murphy; Tommie Lou Nix; Linda Lee Norman; Martha Ruth Sansom; Carole Walker; Janee Wetzler. Not Pictured: Penny Carr; Jane Cosby; Patti Fly; Vicki Reid. Members: Bettye Durrett; Beverly Robinson; Sara Russell. Not Pictured: Carolyn Lee Kerr; Mary Helen Rutledge; Barbara Louise Woodruff. MARY HELEN RUTLEDGE CAROLYN K ERR . . BEVERLY ROBINSON . . SARA RUSSELL . . Sigma Alpha Iota is a national honorary musical fraternity for women which is found on the cam- puses of the leading colleges and universities of the United States. Membership is limited to those graduate and undergraduate music students who meet the requirements. They must be majoring or minoring in music, show exceptional musical abil- ity, and possess a high scholastic rating. In addi- tion to this the students must be recommended by the faculty of the Department of Music. Whenever famous musicians visit the campus, they are met by members of Sigma Alpha Iota and are shown around the campus. Many times this group has the distinct privilege of having pri. vate meetings with these outstanding figures in the musical world. This gives them an opportunity for personal instruction and advice that they would not ordinarily have had. CONSUELO TEICHERT SALLY SPEIR BETTY WI LSON ART CHAPMAN Members: Sally Speir; Consuelo Teichert; Betty Wilson; Dora McHenry; Annie Laura Thompson; Jean Williamson; Harriet Jackson; Paul Jones; Ralph Silverio; Art Chapman. Sigma Delta Pi, National Honorary Spanish Society, was founded at the University of California, Berkeley, California, November 14, 1919. The Delta Iota Chapter of Sigma Delta Pi was established at the University of Mississippi May 5, 1957 and was reactivated April 15, 1961. The purpose of Sigma Delta Pi is to champion, in colleges and universities, the promotion of a live interest in the language, literature, and of Spain and other Spanish-speaking lands. Members: Jim Bonner; Howard Boone; Bert Case; Tommy Coleman; John Ellis; Al Eubanks; Dickie Fenstermacher; John Gregory; Tommy Grissom; Bill Jennings; Doug Lewis; Arthur McIntosh; George Monroe; Billy Nicholas; Earl Parker; Jim Roberts; Jimmie Robertson; Joe Rubert; Tommy Stone; Dick Wilson. Membership in Alpha Sigma Sigma is, at best, the most dubious distinction a student may receive at Ole Miss. The oldest professional society on campus (and, believe me, these guys are pros in their own individual manner), Alpha Sigma Sigma was founded in the year 69 B.C., which is signifi- cant in the choice of their members. These guys are the best liked group on campus by them- selves, that is. Their friendly smiles so obnox- iously displayed have been accomplished through long hours of practice before a mirror. To be an , one must possess that rare combination of ingredients conceit and connivance, arrogance and demogoguery, tempered with a benevolent superiority complex. The officers of Alpha Sigma Sigma for 1961-1962 are Dick Wilson, Big A Bert Case, Little A XX; and Dickie Fenstermacher, Half AXI. Their faculty advisers are Walter H. Hurt, III, and Terence S. Tarr. Tom (Trench Mouth) Harvey is presently serving as mascot for the group. ROBERT ETHRIDGE BARNES Robert Barnes known to all as " Buck " will live in the hearts of those who knew him. If ever there was a true brother of Kappa Sigma it was " Buck " . Here was a person whom you could always depend upon when in need. Faculty members and students alike will always remember the happy-go-lucky whenever good times are thought of; and a small part of every function always seems to be missing without him. GREEKS How do you like that! He got what I wanted for Christmas. Illegal Rush. HAVE YOU VOTED YET? I bet you tell all the boys that. The basic idea of fraternity is not new. Back in 1776, not long after the Declaration of Independence, a group of college men first banded together and adopted a Greek-letter name. Today the fraternity system has grown so that it is an integral part of not only the lives of their members but of campus life as a whole. There is scarcely any sphere—politics, parties, service, or scholarship which is not enriched and enlivened by their participation. The Greek letters which many Ole Miss students bear have come to represent the ideals of a noble character. The purpose of these organizations is to promote intellectual achievement and scholarship, character and leadership development, and to provide for social activities while setting high social standards. The still " high school " freshman pledge is aided and guided by his group in the metamorphosis into a man or woman. Both independence and co- operation must be learned, and with the assumption of fraternity or sorority obligations the student also assumes greater obligations to himself and to the university. Rewards of fraternity membership are many. This realization may grow dim in the wee small hours of the rainy morning when the homecoming decorations are half done, when the band does not show up for the Spring Formal or when the campaign banners are stolen after a night ' s hard work. There are always the wonderful moments when the party is rolling and your candidate has won. There is always the thrill of a serenade after getting pinned and the anticipation dur- ing the candlelight ceremony. The graduation senior leaves with a sense of the gain of numerous friendships and pleasant times and of regretfulness at the loss of the satisfying experiences enjoyed within the bonds of a true fraternal spirit. Ten sororities and sixteen fraternities are organized on the campus to add to the panorama of campus and community activity. The fraternities in order of their establishment: Delta Kappa Epsilon, Delta Psi, Phi Kappa Psi, Sigma Chi, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Phi Delta Theta, Beta Theta Pi, Kappa Alpha Order, Kappa. Sigma, Alpha Tau Omega, Sigma Nu, Pi Kappa Alpha, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Phi Epsilon Pi, Phi Kappa Theta, Sigma Pi. The sororities in order of establishment: Chi Omega, Delta Delta Delta, Phi Mu, Kappa Delta, Delta Gamma, Zeta Tau Alpha, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Alpha Omicron Pi, Alpha Delta Pi, Pi Beta Phi. Maybe he can beat the Russian Team. FREEDOM RIDERS. The misfits! Some people will go anywhere to get in a picture. BACK MAC? ? ? President, Sara Jane Banks; Advisor, Julia Wailes; Secretary, Kay Brown. MISS SARA JANE BANKS President PANHELLENIC Mickey Alford Sara Jane Banks Abbie Beason Nancy Blackwell Judy Brecht Kaye Brown Kay Butler Patty Canning Martha Ellen Evans Bettye Jane Farmer Kay Fleming Patti Fly Gwynne Lee Harrington Lucille Longino Patricia McGehee Sara Jane Mieher Susan Moorehead Polly Morrison Jeanine Ogletree Catherine Osborne Patti Peace Amy Permenter Suzanne Rau Camille Sanders Gale Sinnot Sharon Thompson Sarah Wells Ann Williams Beverly Zeller SARA JANE BANKS . ANN LANGFORD LEE HARRINGTON KAY BROWN The Panhellenic of the University of Mississippi is a member of the National Panhellenic Conference. Its purpose is to further active cooperation and understand- ing among the sororities, non-sorority women, and the University. The Panhellenic Council strives to promote fine intel- lectual achievement and scholarship, to maintain high social standards, and to promote worthy projects on the campus. It sets up the methods concerning the rushing of girls each year, limiting the number to be pledged by each sorority, and regulating the system by which bids are issued. The council is composed of the presidents and two representatives elected from sorority. The officers of the council are selected on a rotation system with each sorority having an officer. The Inter Fraternity Council is an organization de- signed to regulate and govern the activities of all social fraternities on the University campus. The main duty of the council is carried out each year in planning, setting up, and enforcing rules for fraternity rush. Through the coordination of activities, the Inter Frater- nity Council tends to unite the fraternities in a spirit of friendly brotherhood. It is composed of two representatives from each fra- ternity. Each representative is chosen by the fraternity of which he is a member. The Council is governed by four officers elected from the membership by the coun- cil itself. TRENT LOTT . . . KIM JOHNSON . . GEORGE DEARBORN ROBERT MADEO . . Dale Barnes Fred Bordelon Bill Bullock George Dearborn Alan Ford Edmund Gabriel Homer Graham Grey Jackson Kim Johnson Doug Lewis Trent Lott John Lynch Tom McCraw Jim McQueen Robert Madeo Patric Pasco Sam Rickman Dan Rogers Henry Sanders Gwin Scott Shelby Smith Dan Soares Charles Corenson Jay Travis David Watkins Gary Weale INTERFRATERNITY couNCIL TRENT LOTT President, I.F.C. Newly installed Interfraternity Officers —George Dearborn, Secretary; Trent Lott, President; Kim Johnson, Vice- president. Members: Betty Allen; Randy Anderton; Julia Bell; Ruby Clegg; Mickey Crabill; Mary Jim Cunningham; Sally Day; Penny Dunaway; Ree Ford; Kay Hamilton; Sharon Hill; Carol Holden; Paula Humphries; Carmen Klotz; Harriet Long; Harriet Malcolm; Louise Moore; Carolyn Newman; Barbara Quinn; Peggy Savage; Susan Trapp; Jan West. CAROLYN NEWMAN SCOOT KELLY . . PEGGY SAVAGE . . PHYLLIS GRANT . . The Junior Panhellenic Council is composed of pledges from each of the sororities on the Ole Miss campus. It is an organization s imilar in structure and objectives to the Senior Panhellenic Council and helps to familiarize the pledges with fraternity life. Two representatives and the president of each pledge class compose the council. The officers are chosen for Junior Panhellenic on the same rotation basis as the Senior Panhellenic. Throughout the year, the Junior Panhellenic has sev- eral projects. Among these are: the model pledge cups, charity projects, and monetary projects. Miss Julia Waits is the advisor, assisted by Sara Jane Banks, Senior Panhellenic president. The Junior Inter-Fraternity Council is composed of two pledges from each fraternity. These are selected by their individual pledge classes and serve for the entire year. The Council is also com- posed of a representative from the Senior Council who is elected to serve as a president of the Junior IFC for organizational purposes. The purpose of the Junior IFC is to instill in its mem- bership the principles of the fraternity system. In doing this, the representatives may give to their individual fraternities an incentive to improve its standards, there- by cultivating a better environment where manhood may flourish. The Council also acts as a service carrying out projects designated by the Senior IFC, Members: Gerald Abraham; Olen Akers; Emmett Bridgers; Michael Brucker; Michael Carter; Russell Cobb; Jerry Cockrell; John Corlew; Herbert Dow; B. M. Gaines; Clayton Hall; David Hicks; Lon Johnson; Heber Ladner; J. C. Larson; Elmer Palm; Robert Pannell; John Perkins; Benny Rozolsky; Charles Scott; Dale Stogner; Jack Veazey; Jerry Wilson. OLEN AKERS . . GERALD ABRAHAM JOHN G. CORLEW JERRY COCKRELL PRESIDENT MISS EMY LOU HORRELL 618 NORTH STATE STREET JACKSON. MISSISSIPPI ALA. VICE-PRESIDENT MRS. VIRGINIA BENTON 116 COVINGTON AVE. OPP, ALABAMA MISS. VICE-PRESIDENT JACK SAWYER 900 50. BOLIVAR AVE. CLEVELAND, MISS. SECRETARY-TREASURER MR. GILBERT FORD SIB EAST PEARL STREET JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI PROGRAM CHAIRMAN MR. LEON KENNEMER BROAD STREET GUNTERSVILLE, ALABAMA Mr. Doug Lewis, Editor Ole Miss Yearbook University of Mississippi University, Mississippi. Our choice for the " Sweetheart of Ole Miss " for 1962 is Miss Johnnie Britt Cain. Mrs. Emy Lou Pettit, President Professional Photographers of Mississippi-Alabama, Inc. Mrs. Beverly Smith The Alpha Tau Omegas have taken an " L " out of Hell and transformed that week into " Help Week, " a period in, which they join with one of the sororities in a worthwhile community service project. ' No North, No South, No East, No West, " has become the motto for the 117 chapters of ATO, the hairy chested men. Delta Psi chapter was founded in 1927, with being established at VMI in 1865 as the first Greek letter fraternity organized after the Civil. War. They have: President of the Cardinal Club and ASB Chairman of School Spirit, Johnny Gregory . . Pro Tern of the Campus Senate, Jim Bonner . Co-Chairman of the IFC Rush Committee, Mike Taylor . . . Past president of IFC, Bobby Russell . . . Vice President of Beta Alpha. Psi, Boyd Edwards. Buddy Adams Tommy Alewine John Autry Carson Avant Curt Ayers Billy Baker Danny Bath Larvis Baker Dale Barnes Bill Bell Jim Bonner Bobby Boswell Kimmy Brown David Buttress Tim Cable Michael Cali Howard Camp Kimmy Carnahan Art Chapman Gerald Clark Rusty Cobb Charles Cole Jerry Dantone Doug Daniel Howard Davis Fred Delph Dave Deterly Dale Duckworth Boyd Edwards Ron Edwards Felder Fitzgerald Charles Floyd Alan Ford John Freeman Roger Gow Johnny Gregory Don Hall Marty Haraway Charlie Howell James Hunter Harold Jackson Bruce Jayne Frank Jones Don Johnson John Kirkham Joe Lee James Liddell Jimmy MacDonald Harry McCollum Mac McLaurin Bart McMullan Bob Mace Mitch Miller Virgil Minor Alan Mitchell Bob Parks Buddy Patterson Don Perry Ed Pigott Larry Pressley Ben Regan Joe Roberts Robert Saul Lee Shaeffer David Smith John Smith Cappy Stahlman Pat Stienwinder Chuck Stone Ray Strange Martin Taylor Mike Taylor Jack Veazey Gerald Clark President Jim Bonner Vice President David Smith Secretary Carson Avent Treasurer NOT PICTURED Gregg Boyd David Channel James Day Allen Gaines Woody Germany foe Graves Cole Gober Skipper Holley Bob Hooks Ramon Himel Martin Kilpatrick Fred McMillan Charles Nabors Mike Nash Edward Neal Andrew Phay Bobby Russell Bev Smith Tom Smith Bill Tatum John Thorburn Bill Wright Miss Jera Prendergast James Anderson Leonard Chamberlain William Cooper Wayne Crocker Milton Cuevas Ralph Elston George Forbes Fred Fortenberry Sidney Gremillion Lindsay Harp John Hartman Gene Hock Ralph Hunt James Ireland Charles Ivy Jack. Lynch Paul Miller Frank Moore Herbert Phillips Robert Phillips James Silman Eugene Simmons George Swindoll Jesse Tainer David Tate Billy Thornton James Walters Harry Watson Harrell Weathersby James Williams Phillip Bryant The rays of the Beta diamond first reached the Ole Miss campus in 1879—intermingled with light shades of pink and blue. The first social fraternity to be founded as such, the Betas can boast of ninety-six chapters in a thirty-seven state territory, with added representation in two Canadian provinces. Nationally, they honor the pink rose, and locally, Beta Beta chapter is fond of the magnolia. They start the school year off in a rip roaring fashion in September with a Sardis Beach party, followed with a Halloween celebration in Beatnik style. Their social calendar is rounded out with Christmas parties, their Spring formal, and Rebelee party. Beta Theta Pi caught the approving eye of University students this year with the election of Jack Lynch to the office of ASB treasurer. Herbert Phillips President Philip Bryant Vice President Harrell Weathersby Secretary Rolfe Hunt Treasurer NOT PICTURED Don Wahl William Pyle Miss Johnnie Britt Cain A. M. Allen Buddy Aldrich Bruce Bridger Harry Caffery Walter Carlton Charlie Chambers Allen Clark Joel Davis Billy Donald Red Edwards Jim Etz Benny Everett George Gafford Kirk Grantham David Henderson David Hervey Fred Hughes Mike Hughes Van Lee Mason Lessley Lynn Long James Martin Dan Mathews Bill Mathews Bill. Morris John Morvant Skipper Owens John Perkins Taylor Robinson Dan Rogers King Shurtleff B. B. Smith Tommy Stroud Ernest Thomas Al Troyka Capt. Jeff Troyka George Vance Leonard Young Coming down from the traditions of Yale in 1844, the Chi Chapter pioneered the way for fraternities on the Ole Miss campus in 1850. The DKEs have a special feeling for their colors red, blue, and gold, and for their little sisters in KKG ' s. With the cooperation of their little sisters, they succeeded in giving a Christmas party for the underprivileged children. They also suc- ceeded in giving a Chapter Christmas party in which their band gained campus-wide recognition. Honors obtained are: Ernest Thomas, who is Manager of the " Mississippian, " as well as a campus senator; and Tommy Stroud, who is National Convention Vice President of DKE. Tommy Stroud President David Hervey Vice President John Morvant Secretary John Caffery Treasurer NOT PICTURED Billy Anthoney Steve Ballard Bill Balland R. D. Brinegar Lan Carter Pecky Furr Mike Haik Sykes Haney Doc Holiday Bobby Jerymn Tommy Jerymn Clark Leonard Fred Lucas George McIngvale Clyde Mosier Claude Powell George Reiss Lames Allen Enrique Anglade Edward Fleming William Gerred Kenneth Gleason Allen Hobbs Heber Kennedy Waite Ligon Phillip Mullins Robert Pannell Thomas Tenfelde Russell Thompson It was the brothers who honor the azure and gold who brought their hammers and nails down from University and erected the first fraternity house at Ole Miss, and in the state, for that matter. Phi Chapter was begun in 1855. The group is rather unique in that it does not disclose the names of its officers, and members are not allowed to show the backs of their pins. Delta Psi is able to boast of some of the most illus- trious alumni of any organization in Frat Row. Among the more notable are former governor, Hugh White; Representative Will Whittington; Speaker of the House, Walter Sillers, and President Emeritus, G. T. Gillespie. NOT PICTURED John Carr James Cooper Joel Ford H. R. Garner Samuel Harris John Heath Neville Herbert Robert Marshall August Parker Gary Weale Miss Emily Lee Gerald Abraham Charles Alexander Gordon Altenbern Tom Anderson Ted Barnett Phil Berry Joe Blythe Bob Boling Fred Bordelon Ralph Brockman Richard Chaffin Jon Crocker Ottis Crocker William Crutcher Herbert Dewees Phillip Doiron Henry Dupirier Charles Ferguson Anthony France Jack Gill Dee Gorton Mack Gorton Bill Gowan George Grayson Torn Harvey Meade Hufford Pete Hughes John Jayne Bill Jennings James Johnson Cecil Jones John Kavanaugh Don Keith Allen Lackey Albert Laws Jack Lowery Simmes Luckett Jimmy Mathews John McKentyre Hal McClanahan Tom McCraney Alpheus McRae Mike Mcree Lattie Michael Wiley Mack Manley Mol pus Dinnis Morphree William Mullins Billy O ' Brien Robert Owen Edward Pete-s Bob Porter Paul Rhodes Mike Rhodes Charles Roberts Jimmy Robertson Lee Sanders Jimmy Seale Anson Sheldon Ernest Shelton John Shelton Jimmy Sherrard Bobby Shewmake Newell Simrall Harvey Smallwood Joe Speed Dudley Stewart Robert Stockett Harry Strauss Charles Taylor John Taylor Tommy Thames Jack Turner Jerry Nernon Gary Vowels Donnie Walker Henry Watson Gray Webber Lewis Wilburn Brother Wilson Dick Wilson Jerome Wilson Robert Witty Bill Trusty KAPPA ALPHA orDER The calendar read 1900 when the men of the crimson and gold came marching down University Avenue from Washington and Lee, carrying a portrait of Lee, waving a Confederate flag and humming " Dixie. " With 62 years behind them, they ' ve had plenty of time to cultivate such noteworthy specialties as party- giving, election-winning and singing to their KA Rose. For five out of six years, the Intramural Championship trophy has been perched securely in their overflowing trophy case. The good brothers begin mixing mint juleps each Spring when they put away the razorblades and get out the gray uniforms for the Old South. Ball. But while they ' re waiting for Spring, they rehearse partrying with the Hayseed Party, Beachcomber Party, the Rose Ball and numerous get-togethers at their ante-Bellum home. With more Mississippi alumni than any other group on fraternity row, it ' s a known fact among the Southern gentlemen that Kappa Alpha is more than just a it ' s a way of life. They have: Vice President of ASB, Dick Wilson .. . Editor of the " Mississippian, " Jimmie Robertson . . . Managing Editor of the " Mississippian, " Don Keith . . . Chairman of ASB Dance Committee, Meade Hufford .. . President of Canterbury Club, Tom Harvey. Ralph Brockman President Gray Webber Vice President Bobby Shewmake Secretary Joe Speed Treasurer NOT PICTURED Robert Bailey Bill Bailey Bill Campbell Bill Davenport Vaughan Fields Dick Fonda Dick Herman William Irwin Roy Kennington Jimmy Lee John Mortimer Ed Noble Don Paris Bud Pfau Charles Ray Harry Smith Morris Spivey Emryce Stein Mitchell Terrell Micky Thomas John Varght George Vincent KAPPA SIGMA Kappa Sig, the group which honors scarlet, green and white, and like bouquets of lilies of the valley, came on campus in 1926 after being founded in 1400 at the University of Bologna. The orga nization had crossed the ocean in 1869, establishing its first chapter at the University of Virginia. Delta Xi chapter enjoyed a well-rounded social whirl each year with Founder ' s Day Banquet, their Stardust Ball, Theme Party, houseparties and their Underprivileged Children ' s Christmas Party. They have: Mascot of the Rebel Band, Tommy Stone . . . Assistant Editor of the OLE MISS, Bob Bunnell .. . Rebel Football players, Bill Basham, Wes Sullivan and Rollo Moses . . . Army ROTC, Roger Googe .. . Navy ROTC, Jim Ratliff . Mickie Adams Robert Albino Harry Alderson Herb Alexander William Alias John Arrington William Basham Fred Belk Charles Best P. Black Burl Boykin Robert Bunnell Anthony Cascio James Cathay William Daniel Wayne Denton John Downer Ben Edmonson Richard Edmonson Robert Flagler Peter Flexes Allen Foster Fred Frederick Tommy Garner Walter Gex Roger Googe Jennings Gordon Joe Halley Robert Hammers Charles Henson Lewis Howell Larry Hyman Lon Johnson Vincent LaBella Matthew Lautar Ancil Lindley Edward Lobrano Dude McElwee Robert McGehee Phillip McNamara Jim McQueen Richard Magee Tames Magee Alex Malouf Steve Mistilis James Morris Brent Nickle Ronald Pass Joseph Patty Lars Phillips James Ratliff Joseph Roberts John Schwalje John Seabold Charles Sessions Shelby Smith William Stogner Tommy Stone Tommy Storey Gene Stribling John Tardy William Vaughn Kenneth Walcott James Ware Ted Ware William Wardlow Henery ly Wren Way Kenneth Welch Jesse Whittle Don Williamson James Willoughby David Odle President John Downer Vice President Dick Schwalje Secretary Vincent La Bella Trea surer NOT PICTURED Glen Alderson Jim Backstrom Stites Bennett Jack Burk Rob Collins Danny Cygan Gene Drake Allen Roy Earles Christian Gainson Gig Goodenow Mick McMaster Mike McGough Rollo Mesas David Odle William Robbins David Stevenson Wes Sullivan Miss Judy Alford Tom Abernethy Johnny Ainsworth Tom Anderson Johnny Armstrong Robert Atkinson Ernie Baker Buddy Bergold Johnny Black Marion Black John Bolich Houston Briggs Mike Carter Roy Collins Jimmy Cox Woody Dabbs Kent Dear Gus Denton Jimmy Dobbs Tommy Doty Charles Durrett George Everett Dickie Fenstermacher C. A. Ford Harry Frazer Henry Frazer Johnny Gammill Lyndle Garrett Martin Gastrell Jimmy George Ralph Gilbert Dick Glaze John Green Cliff Hodge David Holcomb Jeff Hollingsworth Mike Horne Fred Hulett Bill Ingram Jerry Jones Walter Jones George Keith Pope Kelly Mal Kretchmar Heber Ladner Fred Lentjes Earl Lipscomb Lip Lipscomb Johnny Longino Lee Lott Jerry Mason Floyd Melton Mike Mills Streety Minor Van Moore Tom Morris Bill Mounger Bob McGehee Bill McGlathery George McMullen Martin McRoberts Nick Nail Rives Neblett Billy Neville Jim O ' Mara Jim Patty Crymes Pittman True Redd Jimmy Ricks Keith Riley Miles Riley Gary Roberson Johnny Robertson Herbert Rogers Bill Rutledge Henry J. Sanders Ed Sisson Briggs Smith Larry Smith Sydney Smith Billy Sumrall Cassedy Sumrall John Todd Jay Travis Jim Turner Dexter Walcott Bucky Walker Bill Warfield Bill Williams Howard Williams Retaining the national Founder ' s Trophy, signifying the most outstanding Phi Delta Theta chapter in leader- ship and campus activities, Mississippi Alpha has found its place in the sun and on fraternity row, presently occupying the newest house. For the first time in the history of the chapter, a Phi Delt Dream Girl was elected—the honor going to Miss Judy Alford. She reigned at their annual formal, the climax of a year ' s social whirl which included such events as Daughter ' s and Sister ' s Banquet, Faculty Open House and Alumni. Night. When the Phi ' s weren ' t busy winning trophies (IFC Scholarship and Dixie Week), they were constructing bar-b-que pits at Sardis Lake as a community service project. They have: President of the Senior " Y " , Jim O ' Mara . . . President of the Engineering School, Ralph Gilbert . . . President of the School of Business and Billy Neville . .. President of Delta Sigma Pi, Jay Travis. Ralph Gilbert President Billy Neville Vice President Martin McRoberts Secretary Jay Travis Treasurer NOT PICTURED Bill Bailey Mike Bartlett Ford Bell Doug Bendle Len Blackwell Raymond Clift Cary Cocke Butch Cothren Kim. Curry Louis Field Tommy Garrott Bobby Grantham Jerry Green Louis Guy Ron Haley Toxie Hall Edwin Holt Jimmy Hudgins Fred Kimbrell Frankie Malta Walter Merritt Bailey McBee Frank McDonald Wayne Parker Bob Pullen Bobby Robinson Jo Jo Salloum Fred Sandifer John Suares Jerry Tollison Freddy Travis Louis Walker Miss Leda Moon George Abraham John Allen Alex Allenburger Jack Barnett David Biggs Dick Brock Frank Bruce Ray Buntin Jim Caldwell John Daniel George Dearborn Jimmy Dedeaux Marlin Dellinger Charles Deval David Ethridge Dick Gabriel Clayton Hall John Hargraves Brad Harrington Murrah Herndon Vick Hill Bill Hopper Floyd Johnson Art Kramer Craig Mackenzie Charles Nicewarner Walter Palmer Joel Perelmutter Andrew Prince Paul Purnell Hillrie Quin Jimmy Reed Sam Sanders Frances Schurtz Hal Sloas Steve Stewart Richard Thielker John Twiehaus Ron Urice Jerry Whittington John Wright Mississippi Alpha of Phi Kappa Psi settled on soil five years after national founding at Jefferson College in Pennsylvania making- it one of the oldest fraternities on campus. The Phi Psis revere Cardinal Red and Hunter Green and pick the Jacqueminot Rose. They chose as their sweetheart this year, Miss Leda Moon. They have: Secretary of IFC, George Dearborn .. . President of the University Players, Vick Hill . . . of the Business Education. Club, Murrah Herndon . . . Vice President of the Judo Club, John Hargraves and Platoon Leader in. NROTC, Ron Urice . . . Dick Gabriel President John Daniel Vice President Jim Caldwell Secretary George Dearborn Treasurer NOT PICTURED Ray .Hagan John Wayne Jabour Bobby McHugh Miss Bethany Stockett Franklin Aldrige George Alexander Wayne Alexander James Baxter Howard Boone R. E. Branch Norman Breland Thomas Brister Richard Brown Thelton Bryant Bill Bullock Thad Cochran Thomas Couch Servetus Crockett Ranny Cross Billy Dearman Paul Dormeier Jimmy Duncan Sam Duvall Gary Dye Ray Earles Cecil Edmundson Billy Ellis Ken Ellis Richard Evers Hardy Graham John Gunter Whaley Hall Don Hamachek Bob Hamill Joe Hartley Hinky Haynes Paul Haynes Frank Hood Howard Hinds Thomas Horton Owen Hovater Ed Horvath Carrol Hughes Lamar Howard Butch Hyde Ronny James Bill Jones Charles Kemp Mendel Kemp Joe King Earl Laird Howard L each Garner Lester Bill Lovett Hubert McAlexander Ken McCoy Toni McCraw Al McCreight Willard McDonald Arthur McIntosh Tommy Martin Al Meador John Miller Ted Millis George Monroe Johnny Moss Sam Mounger Bob Neil Jerry Olsen Phillip Patterson Bruce Payne Johnny Price Eustice Raines Arthur Ray David Robinson Semmes Ross John Ross Bob Seawrigth Tommy Shellnut Jim Sherman Bill Shoemaker Mike Showah Logan Slaughter Jimmy Smith Enerson Stringer Lee Tate Herbert Thigpen Tate Thigpen Frank Thornhill Dick Todd Earl Wheat Rayburn Whitney Steve Wilkes David Wilson Norman Wilson Ralph Young Neil O ' Neil It ' s a time for togas and sandals every year when the Pikes regress to the days of an ancient empire for their Roman Ball. Complete with wall-to-wall mattresses and an assortment of grapes, these fellows who honor the lily-of-the-valley transform their ante-bellum house into the garden of old Roman elegance. They name their Pi KA Dream Girl at their spring formal, and choose a coed for Pike Playmate at their annual Playboy Party. They prefer garnet and gold for colors. They have: president of ASB, Howard Boone . . . Vice president of the Intrafraternity Council, Tom McCraw . . . varsity cheerleader, Al. Povall . . . Freshman cheerleader, Flo Yoste . . . National Defense winner, Hubert McAlexander and ASB President ' s Cabinet Member, John Gunter .. . Howard Boone President Tom McCraw Vice President Ken Ellis Secretary John Gunter Treasurer NOT PICTURED Fred Anderson Glen Davidson Bill Flautt John Frame Hugh Haralson Billy Hodge Billy Kirby John Paul Lee Bob Lumpkin Stu Manley George McClintock Joe Montgomery William Phillips Al Povall Steve Rimmer Tommy Scott Robert E. Stewart Mitchell Thomas Ted Thompson Bill Tremble James Whitten Myles Williams Flo Yoste Hirschell Abbott Jeppie Barbour Rik Billing David Blackwell Cleve Brown Charles Cole Robert Collins Virgil Cook Jennings Cox Robert Ellis Noel Ferguson Ronnie Franklin Benji Gaines Tony Gaines Charlie Graeber Bill Gwin Lyttleton Harris Hudie Hawkins Buddy Holmes Miller Holmes Nick Hooke Buddy Hughes Floyd James Kim Johnson Bobby Jones Richard Kable Bud Keirn Jock Laird Dave Landers Nat Lea Hugh Love Hugh Lovelady Albert Lum James Dent May Gunliffe McBee Jim McCormick Larry Megal Jerry Nations Connie Olson Deeby Peeples Ben Pettis Randy Randall Frosty Roberts Bill Robertson Gwin Scott Bubba Seale Larry Smith Wes Watkins ' Thurston Wilkes Harold Wilson Jimmy Winter Larry Witt Butch Bond Conway Dabney Minerva led the lions to fraternity row at Ole Miss in 1866 a decade after the national founding at the of Alabama. Even then, Sigma Alpha Epsilon was on its way to becoming the largest fraternity in the nation. Plans are being completed for an addition to Gamma ' s house, but the lion sentries are expected to remain the objects which mark that spot as SAE ' s own. The group goes delinquent each year when they don their stripes for the Convict party, and the cell mates become ship mates in the Spring for the Shipwreck Party. They have: Wing Commander of AFROTC, Bob Collins . . . vice president of IFC, Kim Johnson . . . Business Manager of the OLE MISS, Noel Ferguson . . . Vice president of the Cardinal Club, Harold Wilson . . . Treasurer of Alpha Delta Sigma, Jay Schwabe . . . Major, Army ROTC, Jeppie Barbour. Robert Collins President Bill Rathburn Vice President Pete Watts Secretary Nick Hooke Treasurer NOT PICTURED Jerry Adams Eddie Baker Dave Ballard George Barrett Bob Carpinter Wert Cooper Dubb Crum Val Cuthbert Watt Daniel Kenny Dill Hugh Edwards Mitch Ellett Peter Everett Buddy Fleming Sledge Floyd Mike Foose Lonnie Frazier Nick French John Gartwell Virgil Gillespie Guy Harrell Bill Hart Woody Hawkins Franklin Holmes Ben Hooke Bill Hough David Hurt Ted Jones Jerry Jordan Carl Kirkland Bill Lane Lewis Lanter Joe Latham Ralph Mayfield Carl McKellar Robert Miller Billy Moore Dubs Mounger Clyde Owen Charlie Parker Merritt Powell Jim Price Bill Rathburn Dennis Ray John Robilio Jay Schwabe Bill Starr Murry Stucker Sherman Swalm Ferrell Varner Howard ' Warner Pete Watts Don Wiley Curtis Wildie Billy Wood Miss Sara Jane Banks sigma CHI The wearers of the white cross came South from Oxford, Ohio over a hundred years ago, bringing with them their traditional standards of brotherhood which they have been upholding ever since. Known for campus leadership, the Sigs are one of the largest frats at Ole Miss. When it came time for judging Homecoming decora- tions this year, the judges tipped their hats to the Sigma Chis and hung the blue ribbon on their exhibit of Rebel victory in space. They have: Fulbright scholar, Charles Tanner . . President of Phi Eta Sigma, Jimmy Russell . . . Drum Major of the Rebel Band, Bill Eckhardt . . . President of ODK, Charles Ray Davis . . President of the " M " Club, Johnny Mitchell . . . President of the Senior Class, Glen Pennington . . . Attorney General of the ASB, Tommy Coleman. Every Spring they pay tribute to their. Sweetheart by honoring her at the Sweetheart Ball, and during the Yule season, they entertain their share of children. Wesley Adams Jan Adelman Olen Akers Bo Aldridge Jerry Allen Al Atkinson Jimmy Barksdale John Barnes Fred Bell Marshall Bennett Virgil Bigham Bob Black Larry Blackwell Kenneth Boone Howard Brown Johnny Bryan Richie Bryan Charles Burke Mike Cassidy Tommy Castle Prentiss Charles Richard Clark Roger Clark Toni Cleveland Tom Coleman Tommy Cribbs Larry Cunningham Richard Darnell Paul Dent John Doggett John Albert Doss Jim Draughn Bill Echardt Doug Ferris Dave Forrester Mike Galyean Johnny Gary Wes Godwin Da vid H. Guyton David L. Guyton. Joel Haden Bill Hardin Donald Harper Frank Harrington Bo Haywood Larry Higgenbothan Wyn Howard Rayford Hudson Gray Jackson Robert Jackson John Dee Johnson Larry Johnson G. N. Jones Jack Jones Jack Jordan Lee Jordan Pat Kincade Wayne Terry Lamar Tommy Lamb Sam Langston Jimmy Long Troy Mashburn Leon McCullough Jake McInnis Tommy McNeese Charles Merkle Johnny Mitchell John Roger Moore Rook Moore Bubba Morris John Neill Nick Nichols Phil Noble Dickie Nowell Francis Owings Jimmy Parlcerson Glen Pennington Ed Perry Randy Pleasant Tommy Prince Alex Rather Tommy Rice Sam Rickman Bill Rogers Jim Rogers Tommy Rogers Thad Rudd Jimmy Russell Sidney Smith Rusty Sykes Landy Teller Buck Tremble Barry Vickery Wadlington Bill Wardlow David Wells Tommy Whitaker George Wolf Doug Wood Bob Worsham Bill Yates Bob Yelverton. Glenn Pennington President Johnny Mitchell Vice President Bobby Yelverton Secretary Charles Burke Treasurer NOT PICTURED Tom Blue Jim Bomboy Lynn Boyer Frank Burkitt Matt Dale Doug Elmore Charles Guyton Eddie Gatlin Russell Johnson Hamp Jones Jim Jones Tom Lamar Billy Lamb Mike Nelson Jim Perkins Mickey Ryan Kenneth Smith Kenneth Williams Jo Jo Wilkens Buck Stevens Jim Titchett Milton Scarborough Lee Willarby Billy Ray Adams Dick Adams Dick Allen Lane Allen Edward Barnett Stephen Beach John Bounds Jackie Bowen Thurman Boykin Billy Brown Larry Brown Thomas Brown Hume Bryant Bob Carrington Jerry Chapman Jesse Chase James Coggin David Coon John Corlew Sidney Cox Marshall Criss Davis Jerry Dumas Bill Dunavant Charles Elliot Bill Eubank Johnny Fields Bobby Fooshee Robert Galloway Dewey Garner Joe Gedris Dale Gibson Homer Graham Baker Gunter John Guttery William Hamill Griffen Harrell Bill Harrington Phil Harrison Wallace Reggie David Hicks Mike Hodgson Guy Hovis Robin Howard Oscar Johansen Roger Johnson I. W. Jones Donnie Kessinger Cecil Krosp Dale Lane Willard Lape Danny Lassiter Greg Lawrence Trent Lott Dick Marchbanks Bobby Mays Joe Mellon Jimmy Milam Philip Morris John McCalla foe McElwain Tommy McGar Chris Neal Dick Newman William Ogletree Allan Parker Earl Parker Allen Pepper Richie Perkins Jimmy Petty Alton Phillips Bobby Price Eddie Ray Donnie Riley Larry Riley Gaylen Roberts Jim Rueff Charles Sample Roland Samuelson Jack Sewell Jack Simpson Edwin Snyder James Spear Hardin Tate Champ Terney Billy Walker Greg Waldo David Warrington Bobby Watkins William White Sandy Wingfield Since the Sigma Nus came slithering on campus in 1926, the Black, White and Gold Boys have been giving their rushees the inside track with " Sigma Nu is a fra- ternity, not a social club; for men, not boys; living by honor, not expediency. " And evidently, the pitch is working from the looks of their house and a newly-constructed swimming pool which marks the first to be built by any fraternity in the nation. It ' s a known fact that the Snake Beatnik Party and Roaring Twenties Party are the " Most Likely to be Raided, " and the White Star Ball and Faculty Christmas Tea are the " Most Likely Not to be Raided. " The Sigma Nu Quarter, the Chancellors, hopes to put out its first wax work after returning from being featured at the National Convention this summer. They have: President of the Interfraternity Council, Trent Lott . . . Chairman of the Judicial Council, Earl Parker . . . Vice President of the Senior Class, Bill Eubank . . . All American Fullback, Billy Ray Adams. Donnie Riley President William Eubank Vice President Thurman Boykin Secretary James Davis Treasurer NOT PICTURED Rees Bowen Dudley Bridgforth Harvey Caldwell Robert Churchill Bobby Edwards Bobby Gramling Mike Gullett Don Hinton Harold Hudson Paul Klotz Ernie Lane Louis Lyons Steve Swaim Alan Tidwell Miss Marguerite Dunn The seeds of Sigma Phi Epsilon were planted in 1901 in. Richmond, Virginia and as the organization grew, it branched into 149 chapters throughout 45 states mak- ing it the second highest fraternity in number of chapters. It planted its roots on the Ole Miss campus in 1928 with Mississippi Alpha chapter. In the interest of scholarship, the Ole Miss chapter has within itself [he Skull and Bones Society. In order to be eligible, a member must maintain a 4.0 average for two consecutive semesters. Brothers Sam Kirschten and George Rigby head this group. On the social side of things, [he Sig Eps crows the party season with their Queen of Hearts Ball. They have: Chairman of the ASB Elections Chuck Sorenson . . . NROTC platoon commander, Dick Farrell . . . Chief Photographer for the " Mississippian, " Bill Nicholas. Joe Arledge Lee Ballard David Bradley Milton Brown Tames Brown Jerald Cockrell Carl Crider James Crook Robert Davis Micheal Drew Richard Farrell Herbert Frackenpohl Rene Garcia Travis Gray David Henry Richard Johnson Gerald Jones Thomas Tones Robert Keeling Sam Kirschten David Lawrence Ken Mayhall Louie Kachy Melikian David Neri William Nicholas David Nichols William Palmer Hartley Peavey David Raborn Pat Raborn William Rawlings William Richardson George Rigby Charles Scott Larry Shappley Charles Sorenson Hans Tischner Chesley Tucker Edmund Walke r David Watkins Thomas Wilson Michael Zalocusky Richard M. Farrell President David R. Lawrence Vice President Sam G. Kirschten Secretary Rena Garcia Treasurer NOT PICTURED Edwin William Erwin Curtis Frensley Floyd Groves Raymond King David. Lane Robert Regalbuto James Rose David Joe Taylor Richard Toeplitz Douglas Whitenton Joseph Winston Miss Vicky Guion Eddie Akins James Albin Robert Broom Michael Bumstead Herbert Dow Kirk Evans Brian Furst Michael Hardy Charles Hartman Norman Holstein Joseph Larsen Jerry Lohrman John Matheidas George Perry Terry Phillips Larry Rogers Glenn Samford Daniel Soares Craig Witte Sigma Pi, a fraternity which stands for loyalty, scholarship and the individual, was founded in 1897 at Vincennes University, Vincennes, Indiana, and has sixty chartered chapters and twenty- three alumni clubs. The Sigma Pi badge, symbolic in all respects, is a Greek cross of gold, bearing a raised oval of blue enamel with an emerald at its center between the Greek letters Sigma and Pi. The arms of the badge bear a scroll, a balance, a wreath and ten stars arranged in a triangle. They give the lavender orchid when they sing to their " Sweetheart of Sigma Pi, " and decorate with lavender and white for their annual Orchid Ball. Daniel C. Soares President James S. Verplanck Vice President Glenn H. Samford Secretary Charles W. Hartman Treasurer NOT PICTURED John Crider Guy Kraus Tom May Clair Miller Jorge Miller Barry Pekich Ralph Roy John Schnieders James Verplanck Art Wulderk PHI EPSILON PI ROY IRVING KAPLAN DOUGLAS B. LEWIS MORRIS J. SCHUR MAURICE CHARLES PERLSTEIN Michael Brucker Harold Cohen Roy Kaplan Doug Lewis Maurice Charles Perlstein Adrian Rosenthal Wesley Benjamin Rozolsky Morris Schur Founded at the College of the City of New York in 1904, the Phi Eps have expanded into a membership of over 13,000 embrac- ing 37 chapters with headquarters in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. They claim the white carnation as their flower and purple and gold as their colors. They have: Wing Personnel Office of AFROTC and Chaplain of Arnold Air Society, Morris J. Schur . . . member of the Intramural Council and Cardinal Club, Corky Perlstein . . Editor-in- Chief of the OLE MISS, Douglas Lewis . . member of IFC and the Chemistry Club, Roy I. Kaplan . . . member of the Campus Senate and junior IFC, Benny Rozolsky, and another member of the Junior IFC, Michael Brucker . . . Miss Charlotte Steel Since Chi chapter of Phi Kappa Theta was established here in 1951, it has endeavored to provide a complete education for the Catholic University man by offering an organized spiritual, scholastic and social life to its members. In accordance with the Phi Kappa Theta fraternity spirit, each member tries to always manifest a public spirit and lively interest in all that concerns the life and welfare of the school. Their colors are red, gold and cardinal purple, and they honor the red rose as their flower. They entertain royally during the footbal season with. pre-game parties and hold their annual Spring formal to highlight the season. RUDOLPH 3. ROY . ROBERT A. MADEO PATRICK J. PASCO . STEPHEN S. DECKER Stephen Decker George Ferry Tames Frank Ronald. Hanna George Hoover Robert Madeo Ronald Moreschi Elmer Palm Patrick Pasco Kenneth Pels Franklin Renault Robert Rosser Rudolph Roy David Wallace NOT PICTURED Charles Adis William Boland Patrick Dejohn Stanley Jaglinski Robert Lurie Verna Ruth Alexander Lana Arthur Brenda Barbee Barbara Berry Nancy Blackwell Judy Brecht Linda Brown Gary Lee Buffington Sunny Callaway Rebecca Carson Chavers Paulette Kathy Clark Barbara Cole Page Douglas Carol Drake Carolyn Flowers Barbara Franklin Milinda Gard Wilma Garvin Marty Gilliam Patty Godwin Dot Graft Judie Grugett Ann Harper Sharon Hill Tish Johnson Barbara Kalif Alva Lynne Kelley Margaret Kenney Carolyn Kerr Pat Lane Jerry Lynn Little Linda Little Linda McCormick Judy McDonald Phillis McIntyre Joan McMillan Linda Ma bus Mary K. Marshall Carolyn Mitchell Elizabeth Owen Wanda Price Fran Richardson Ann Roberts Beverly Robinson Dianne Shaffer E. A. Stoudenmire Sharon Thompson Lou Don Vigour Elaine Vinci Anne White Pat Young As the first secret society for women, Alpha Delta Pi was born in 1851 and a century later, it chartered its Delta Sigma chapter at Rebelville. ADPi Sharon Thompson ruled the roost over the in- famous 1961 Murder. Bowl, and Phyllis McIntyre keeps the campus voters straight as a member of the Elections Commission. Three of the good sisters are members of Angel Flight, while an equal number hold offices in Hefley dormitory. Plans for the Alpha Delta Pi house are underway, making it the first house to be erected on an extension of Sorority Row. They have: Debater of the Year and President of the Debate Club, Linda Mabus . . Campus Favorite and Mortar Board Editor, Sharon Thompson . . . AFROTC Squadron Sponsor, Dot Graft . . . University Scholars, Wanda Price and Malinda Gard. Sharon Thompson President Judy Brecht Vice President Janet Jobe Secretary Nancy Blackwell Treasurer NOT PICTURED Ann Ballard Pam Curtis Patty DeDreek Janet Jobe Gail Prichard Dottie Butler Rona Rhine Marylee Appleby Najean Attebery Dixie Austin Betty Bardin Melanie Bernard Beverly Biggs Dale Blair Diana Borden Kaye Brown Peggy Bynum Linda Cladwell Susan Cato Babs Chittom Anna Cox Mary Jim Cunningham Linda Davis Karen Dawson Sherry Donald Marguerite Dunn Jo Frances Edwards Pat Ellison Martha Ellen Evans Sally Fair Bettye Jane Farmer Linda Farris Charlotte Flynt Alice Ann Garner Frances Greer Caroline Haig Olivia Harbour Dianne Hardin Linda Harpole Hazel Harris Lisa Hayes Belinda Hill Judy Hnilo Carol Holden Linda Ineichen Linda Ingrassia Gloria Jennings Gail Johnson Pat Keister Martha Kerr Mary Klenner Jean Lack Tamma Lehmann Dixie Lewis Carol Lowe Frances McLean Linda Marlin Jane Miller Sherry Miller Carla Mitchell Elizabeth Morris Medley Morris Polly Morrison Sarah Quackenboss Nancy Roberts Mary Robertson Patsy Robison Patsy Robinson Sheila Stone Patsy Swinney Martha Tate Janie Taylor Melba Walker Kate Williams Jean Williamson Ann Wilson Betty Frances Wilson Alpha Omicron Pi, whose roots come from Barnard College, dates back to 1897. The Alpha Omicron Pi ' s came to Ole Miss in 1957 when Beta Nu chapter planted their seedlings on campus and started growing. Besides claiming the Jacqueninol rose as their flower and cardinal and white as their colors, they also claim Ricks Dormitory as their temporary headquarters. The social events of their season include open house, date suppers, Christmas parties for underprivileged children and the grand spring formal. Some honors obtained among the members are Board, representative and chairman of the Judicial Council, Betty J. Farmer; president of Megaphone, Carol Lowe; Rebelee Queen, Pat Sample; and two members of Angel Flight, Patsy Robinson and Sara Quackenboss. Bettye Jane Farmer President Judy Hnilo Vice President Sarah Quackenboss Secretary Betty Frances Wilson Treasurer NOT PICTURED Betsy Broughery Mary Ann Burks Joanie Chapman Linda Dean Christye George Phyllis Grant Karen Grantham Dolores Haig Carolyn Hartman Treva Leggett Bobbye Murphy Eleanor Usteen Elise Webb CHI OMEGA With the record of first place in scholarship for six consecutive semesters, the sisters of two Miss Americas are living up to the standards of the wise old owl. And when it comes to campus accomp lishments, hats tilt and cannons fire when the girls who wear the X and horseshoe pins go marching. They planted their flag on the rebel soil in 1899, five years after the sorority was founded at the University of Arkansas, and have been thriving on success ever since. They have a yearning for white carnations, as well as the colors of cardinal and straw. They have: 1961 Maid of Cotton, Linda Lackey . . . President of YWCA, Jackie Jeter . .. Kappa Alpha. Rose, Emily Lee .. . a top campus beauty, Carolyn Crutcher . . . Sweetheart of Phi Delta Theta, Judy . . . Commander of Angel Flight, Miriam Wilson . . . Pi Kappa Alpha Dream Girl, Bethany Stockett . . . Treasurer of Mortar Board, Susan Morehead . .. Treasurer of WSGA, Ann Rogers. Sherri Alexander Judy Alford Judy Allen Ann Archer Beth Beall Julia Bell Anne Biles Marianna Black Barbara Bonner Sandra Bowles Malvina Bridges Jean Brockman Kitty Bryan Alexis Busby Allen Butler Barbara Butler Ketura Butler Jane Cameron Claudia Clark Rose Clayton Dot Coco Margaret Countiss Miki Crabill Polly Crane Kay Crosthwait Carolyn Crutcher Sally Day Susan Day Margaret Denton Linda Dilworth Caroline Easterby Sue Eastland Stewart Fair Martha Fant Larry Ford Lady Margaret Fyfe Lucy Gerhart Banky Godbold Wynn Gordon Susan Goza Gay Greve Sue Ellen Haber Martha Hamilton Buzzy Hederman Mimi Hines Gerry Holmes Jackie Jeter Jerrie Stephanie Jordy Judy Keenan Marcia Kimbrell Mary Louise King Linda Lackey Mary Ladner Emily Lee Lucille Longino Judy Lynn Ian Mattox Nicki McLaurin Gage McLendon Sibyl McRae Marilyn Michael Cathie Miller Phyllis Milner Anne Leigh Moore Bryce Moore Susan Morehead Patsy Mullin Sandra Neely Gan Nelson Marty Nichols Chuckles Parsons Patty Peace Lynn Pennington Patty Povall Jean Powell Maria Powers Merry Rea Cary Rivenbark Ann Rogers Sylvia Ross Joyce Rousseau Mary Helen Rutledge Freddie Sandidge Lou Schlemelzer Lynn Scott Joanne Shaddock Lynn Smith Linda Stephens Sharon Stewart Bethany Stockett Gail Taylor Merri Taylor Kate Terrell Judith Thompson Mailande Vise Montie Walker Judy Ware Tilda Webb Wanda Wilkinson Miriam Wilson Roberta Wilson Jean Wood Llewellyn Wood Lynn Worley Betty Yarbrough Susan Morehead President Lucille Longino Vice President Lou Schmelzer Jordan Secretary Sibyl McRae Treasurer NOT PICTURED Amelia Carothers Maggie Dew Nancy Hobart Scoot Kelly Rose Koehler Ann Langford Mimi Lichterman Edna Lott Priscilla Perry Ethelyn Ames Ginger Anderson Sara Jane Banks Diane Binford Dale Blackburn Bonnie Buck Kay Burns Nancy Caldwell Caroline Chapman Janie Clinton Carol Cole Lisa Col Madalene Crull Paulette Crum Sandra Dabbs Sylvia Davidson Jan Davis Charleen Deaton Mary DeShazo Elaine Downer Kay Fleming Lucy Flohr Sarah Eva Furr Mickie Gardner Linda Golden Gerry Gooch Phyllis Grant Martha Gray Suzanne Haley Neal Hall Kay Hamilton Helene Haskins Love Henick Margaret Homes Joy Ann Howard Jan Humber Nancy Ann Kincade Marianne LaBerge Kay Lewis Vickie Love Adele McGowan Virginia McGugin Lacey McLaurin Renee Manning Priscilla Martiniere Sandy Mathiston Mary Sue May Mimsy Metcalfe Louise Moore Patsy Moore Mary Morehead Veronica Mounger Carolyn Newman Catherine Orsborn Susan Otterson Joanne Payne Shirley Payne Jenna Kay Porter Suzy Rau Peggy Richardson Linda Ritter Lynne Ruble Toni Roberson Sandra Scarborough Patricia Sheldon Wynn Skipper Carolyn Summers Melinda Stewart Ruthie Taylor Ellen Terrell Mary Kennon Thetford Virginia Thurber Susan Trapp Caroline Trabue Cindy Vaughan Jane Vaughan Carolyn Walden Ann West Corrinne Wiggins Alex Wilkerson Rosalye Wilkerson Lynne Yarbrough DELTA DELTA DELTA The three D ' s in Tri Delt seem to have been the charm for Chi chapter. Or perhaps it ' s their sheer ingenuity and true sisterhood which have put them among the tops on Sorority row. At any rate, their record can speak for itself. The coeds start off the year by entertaining rushees with a Kiddie Party. Founders Day is celebrated during the Thanksgiving season and the Pine Party is enjoyed at Christmas. In the Spring, alumnas return for the Pansy Breakfast and the annual Spring formal highlights the year ' s social activities. They have: Top campus beauty, Sandra Scarbrough . . . Secretary of ASB, Sandra Dabbs . . . Miss Kay Burns .. . President of Panhellenic Council, Sara Jane Banks . .. President of Junior Panhellenic Council, Carolyn Newman . . Varsity Cheerleader, Phealan Houston . . . Campus Favorite, Bonnie Buck. Suzanne Rau President Alex Wilkerson Vice President Penny Car Secretary Love Henic Treasurer NOT PICTURED Belle Fair Brown Linda Kay Brown Rosa Caldwell Runny Cannon Penny Carr Suzanne Crosby Ann Herrington Les Hitt Phelan Houston Cindy Rhymes Trudy Weaks Dottie Akin Carolyn Anderson True Bailey Carole Barnette Nancy Bass Abbie Beeson Carolyn Bickerstaff Marilyn Booth Lady Margaret Boyce Sara Knox Bramlette Sissy Bridgeforth Amanda Brown Kay Browning Joyce Burg Cooks Burnett Susie Cadle Sissy Cannady Patty Canning Judy Carrington Kay Chancellor Lynn Cook Nancy Coursey Jane Crenshaw Pauline Darrington Susan Devall Bettye Durrett Kitty English Sally Feemster Anne Finger Marie Ford Becky Fowler Nancy Fredrickson Gayle Garth Tina Gates Sybil Gibbons Linda Grant Clark Hairston Courtney Ann Hammond Carol Hardy Marilyn Harris Beverly Hildreth Julia Hird Laurie Hird Suanne Holland Lyn Hopkins Emily Hudspeth Jesse Humphreys Kay Johnson Cassandra Jones Judy Josephson Kay Karsten Diane Klyce Becky Lane Vicki LeDuke Dickie Leo Mariana Littlejohn Lynn McCaa Penny McElroy Carolyn McElwain Danny Maxey Tippy Moody Susan Neely Kay Nix Anne Paine Nancy Pierce Ann Carr Porter Carol Porter Mary Ratcliff Patti Ray Becky Reed Sara Frances Russell Susan Sadler Beverly Sanders Elizabeth Seay Carol Shannon Jamie Grace Shannon Bennie Jean Smythe Honey Toney Hicky Wallace Ann Waller Eleanor Watts Sarah Wells Kit Wheeler Sally Wilson Nancy Wroten The Memorial House of Alpha Psi, home of the mother chapter, will soon be undergoing a series of elaborate construction—making it the pride of every one of eighty-six Delta Gamma chapters throughout the nation. With two out of five top beauties, the Parade of Beauties judges seem to like the wearers of the anchor pins, and campus ballotting gave a nod to favorite candidate Diane Klyce. The DG ' s honor the cream rose, and prefer the colors of bronze, pink and blue. They have: the Colonel ' s Lady, Susan Sadler .. . Vice Commander of Angel Flight, Diane Klyce . . Chairman of the ASB Movie Committee, Dickie Lee .. . Vice President of the Home Economics Club, Kay Johnson . . . Vice President of WSGA, Carolyn . . . Rebel Band Feature Twirler, Joyce Burg . . . President of CWENS, Lyn Hopkins. Abbie Beeson President Carolyn Bickerstaff Vice President Emily Hudspeth Secretary Linda Grant Treasurer NOT PICTURED Frances Bass Sydney Johnston Evelyn Klaus Susan McCaa Sissy Thimmes Jan Wallace KAPPA DELTA It ' s the KD ' s who seem to have managed a monopoly on the Miss Mississippi Pageant, with winners of the title for the past two consecutive years. They seem to do all right for themselves on campus, too. This year, they were the only sorority to have all three favorite candidates elected, and the only female member of the Hall of fame is a member of their group. Now that remodeling has been completed on their house, the girls who honor the White Rose and the c olors of Green and White, are busy entertaining the many males who frequent their front door. Their service project is sending a child to kindergarten each year, as well as playing hostess to underprivileged children at Christmas. They have: Homecoming Queen, Pat Chadwick . . . Varsity Cheerleader, Helen May . . . Freshman Jan West . . . President of Mortar Board, Forbes . . . Beauties Pat Chadwick and Mary Moore Craig . . Miss Mississippi, Annice Raye Mary Adams Kay Anderson Betty Carol Bailey Julia Bailey Mary Ann Barr Hardy Bays Susan Boone Sylvia Bradley Lou Ann Burris Ann Dow Caruthers Pat Chadwick Carolyn Coney Diane Conner Mary Moore Craige Sylvia Dame Kathy Downing Penny Dunaway Mary Elizabeth Etheridge Cornelia Ferrill Dede Fisher Patti Fly Lorraine Forbes Harolyn Fcrd Janice Gibson lane Gilpin Stephanie Gratz Sue Griffin Sandra Hale Jan Harris Rose Ann Harwood Laura Haynes Laurie Herrin Karen Hoellen Ann Jackson Annic Raye Jernigan Elizabeth Ann Judge Peggy Ready Karol lean Keye Betty Lamar Kay Lamb Rosemary Latimer Alice Levy Bea Mackey Helen May Virginia Mann Susan Meason Butchie Mize Scarlotte Morgan Rosalene Morrison Rosaland Moser Patsy Munn Mimi Murphree Betsy Murphy Kay Murphy Reba McCullouch Pat McKay Roz Neilson Judy Ousley Caroline Patton Mary Hall Pegram Jane Pope Judy Prescott Kay Puddephatt Betsy Roberts Lucie Robertson Jo Carol Rogers Carol Schilling Shan Simpson Patsy Smith Linda Spain Martha Stearns Harriet Stovall Sue Stowers Mary Anna Urban Inez Varnado Katherine Warren Jan West Margaret Westbrook Jeffry Whitaker Leslie Wilsford Marlene Wilson Suzanne Wilson Beverly Young Beverly Zeller Beverly Zeller President Kay Lamb Vice Kay Anderson Secretary Sylvia Dame Treasurer NOT PICTURED Barbara Brandon Patsy Butler Ellen Custer Harriet Harper Rita Hornsby Suzanne Lamar Frances Mason ToKaren McMahon Judy Penn Polly Addkison Helen Alford Jane Allen Gail Armstrong Pat Armstrong Anna Marie Barnes Sarah Benham Barbara Borum Pat Boyd Sammie Bramlett Sidna Brower Nancy Buchanan Johnnie Britt Cain Marjorie Caine Carolyn Carlton Linda Case Gwin Calyton Carole Coffey Mary Collins Annie Cross Peggy Joy Dale Margaret Debard Susan Dent Perry DeLoach Elizabeth Dexter Lynda Dlugach Betsy Donaldson Charlotte Dreve Joan Ebbing Joyce Ebbing Elaine Edwards Judy Florian Bonnie Furnas Anne Gilchrist Maggie Grantham Judy Halsell Brooke Hamilton Jan Henderson Gail Herring Katie Hester Susan Howell Jan Huddleston Judy Huddleston Teal Janier Julie Jones Nan Kaiser Carmen Klotz Linwood Liddle Sally Lindner Olivia Littlefield Brenda Lokey Sandra McCaffrey Olivia McCoy Marcia McDuff Pat McInnis Mary McLemore Pat McMullen Sherry Moore Betsy North Mary Lou Pace Beth Patterson Caron Payne Raleigh Pendleton Amy Permenter Ann Phillips Judy Quinn Martha Quinn Nancy Radcliffe Martha Rea Judy Reed Barbara Riceau Dee Rush Camille Sanders Suzanne Sampson Susan Shipp Nancy Sklar Suzanne Smith Vickie Smith Shirley Sneed Margaret Spiars Anne Stallworth Carol Stevens • Faye Stidham Ann Stuart Barbara Tennyson Betty Ann Thompson Ann Treadway Nancy Wall Cindy Grantham KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA Carrying on the tradition of Ole Miss—Land of Women, the Kappas have added their contribution to the title scrapbook—boasting of Miss Tennessee, Rita Wilson, Miss VFW for Tennessee, Barbara Borum and Miss VFW for Mississippi, Patti Mapes. They let their hair down each year when they go beatnick for the Bohemian Party—straight from Greenwich Village, complete with poetry recitations, but lack- ing rum Barbados. They also become hostesses for such social events as their Spring Formal, Faculty Tea, Weekend and Christmas Party for Underprivileged Children. They have: President of Phi Beta Lambda, Mary McLemore . . . News Editor of the Signa Brower . . . Favorites Amy Permenter and Ann Phillips . . . Features Editor of the OLE MISS, Pat McMullan . . . President of the Wesley Foundation, Nancy Wall . . . Sweetheart of Delta Kappa Epsilon. Helen Alford President Peggy Joy Dale Vice President Shirley Sneed Secretary Charlotte Drove Treasurer NOT PICTURED Margaret Bird Ann Durrett Nancy Geraci Janeen Griffin Patti Rapes Susie Hathorne Kay Knight Lyle McLellan Sundy Southern Vickie Thomas Carolyn Aldridge Betty Allen Carol Anderson Beth Ballard Agnes Banchetti Marian Baughman Dorothy Jean Bearden Melba Jean Beasley Helen Sue Bickerstaff Linda Kay Black Jo Carroll Ruby Katherine Clegg Judy Creswell Monty Davis Emilie Delph Josephine Edmondson Eva Farr Linda Fite Lou Anne Ford Janet French Carolyn Gallaspy Charlene Guiney Ann Hardin JoAnn Hardin Betty Harraway Gwynne Lee Harrington Julie Harvey Carolyn Hawks Carolyn Henderson Sally Hinsch Faye Holland June Inman Mildred Ann James Glen Johnson LeNoir Jones Betty Killingsworth Louise Lake Mary Margaret Lindsey Robbie Lindsey Glenda Luke Judy Lum Judy Lundberg Jane McClatchey Ann Moyers Sylvia Murphey Lee Murray Linda Lee Normand Nancy Norris Martha Sue Orr Diane Perry Jane Phenix Nan Dulton Pipes Carolyn Polk Judie Port Betsy Rankin Sally Ann Roberts Carolyn Sasser Peggy Savage Suezann Shults Gale Sinnott Paula Kay Smith Sally Scott Spier Nancy Thomas Diane Thompson Nancy Jo Vardaman Carol Waits Janice Wetzler Ann Williams Kitty Williams Rebecca Williams Jerilyn Williamson Sandra Winders Molly Winslow PHI Mu Les Soeurs Fideles, the Faithful Sisters—lovers of rose and white, established their Alpha Delta chapter in 1924, during the roaring twenties, and have continued their roaring success through almost four decades. Right now, they have their architects working night and day on blueprints for a new house which they ex- pect to be completed by 1964. Meanwhile, they entertain royally in their English- type home with such events as date suppers, Christmas parties, and Founder ' s Day Banquet. They join their big brothers, the Kappa Alphas, in amusing underprivileged children to whom they play Santa Claus. They have: President of WSGA, Jerilyn Williamson . . . President of Alpha Lambda, Carolyn Gillespie . . . President of WRA, Lenore Jones . . Vice President of Mortar Board, Sally Spier . .. President of the " T " , Carolyn Gillespie . . . Secretary of the Council, Gwynne Harrington and Vice of Sigma Delta Pi, Gale Sinnott. Gale Sinnott President Linda Fite Vice President Kitty Williams Secretary Sally Hinsch Treasurer NOT PICTURED Nancy Albritton Marilyn Hardie Glynn McPherson Sandee Miller Toddy Porter Carmen Selby Vivian Veazly Sandy Webb Bootie Born June Clark Beryl Gene Daniel Linda Eib Linda Lou Evans Sally Hines Harriet Lcng Peggy McClure Mary Sue McCullough Laura McEachern Patricia McGehee Jane Marshall Sara Mieher Mary Randall Penny Ray Sandra Smith Jane Steele Helen Wood P1 BETA PHI Pledging Banquet at the Mansion. Ole Miss ' baby sorority, the Pi Phi ' s, made its offical debut last fall adding another chapter to already 104 which pride themselves in the fact that it is the most populace sorority in the nation. The new Mississippi Beta chapter was officially in- stalled during the middle of March by Mrs. William Mansfield of St. Louis, Missouri, national president, and its first pledges were initiated as active members. Presiding over the colonization activities were Mrs. Mansfield, Mrs. Stewart Tuft of Portland, Oregon, of Membership, and several transfer members of Pi Beta Phi now enrolled at Ole Miss. They were as- sisted by alumnae from the University, Jackson, Hattiesburg and Memphis. The pin of Pi Phi is in the shape of an arrow, and their national project is the Pi Beta Phi Settlement School in Gatlinburg, Tenn. Sara Mieher President Jane Marshall Vice President Beryl Gene Daniel Secretary Penny Ray Treasurer Ann Adams Claudette Ashley Martha Austin Rita Bailey Sara Bailey Madlyn Balsamo Betty Bloom Ronnie Brooke Janice Brower Edna Rae Bryant Kay Butler Marsha Campbell Glenda Canterbury Rose Childress Kay Cooke Jean Davenport Pat Dees Diane Donald Rosie Eberle Donna Ruth Else Patricia Endt Judy Haag Alice Herin Paula Hudson Margaret Johnson Amy Kelly Link Killebrew Linda Lovelass Willett McCracken Pat McInnes Lynne Mailfald Lois Mailfald Betty Majure Harriet Malcolm Mary Nelle Massey Billye Mestayer Audrey Mills Gay Moody Sandra Moore Jeanine Ogletree Susan Pfersdorff Dortha Powers Nancy Preston Barbara Quinn Robin Reed Shannon Rodes Faith Roundtree Susanne Samuelson Sandra Schillinger Judy Sims Sue Singleterry Joyce Twibell Taili Ward Ann Webster Jane White Betsy Wilkins Mary Ellen Woodburn Carol Cheshire Founded at Longwood College in Farmville, Virginia in 1898, Zeta Tau Alpha branched off into Ole Miss territory in. 1939 with Gamma Delta chapter. They pay homage to the white violet as their favorite flower, and when it comes to choosing colors, they pick turquoise blue and steel gray. The ZTA ' s were especially successful this year, grab- bing the spotlight with Sophomore Honor Girl, Robin Ann Reed, Yearbook favorite Susan Pfersdorff, and campus beauty Kay Butler. During Sing Song, they raised their voices and came out with top trophy. They have: President of Phi Gamma Nu, Lois Mailfald .. . Maid of Cotton Finalist, Ann Adams . . . of Concert Singers, Jeanine Ogletree . . . of the University Players, Carolyn Evans . . . Rebel Band Feature Twirler, Sandra Schillinger . . . Secretary of WSGA and winner of the Taylor Medal Award, Robin Reed. Susanne Sameulson President Lois Mailfald Vice President Dartha Lill Powers Secretary Lynn Mailfald Treasurer NOT PICTURED Ginger Christman Patty Daniel Carolyn Evans Patti Germany Cathy Giardano Hall Robbie Lee Horn Sandra Sowell Kay Tyson Jonness Watts Linda Wayne Carolyn Wells First Row: Ann C. Adams Marks; Zeta Tau Alpha Samuel E. Alexander, Jr. Ft. Pierce, Fla. John M. Allred Collins Eugene Alvarez Jacksonville, Fla. Second Row: Dru W. Alwani Bombay, India Charles T. Anderson Gulfport Jill Anthony Jackson Charlie R. Ashford Starkville Third Row: Paul T. Ayers Oxford Irvin C. Baker New Albany Mudena M. Baldwin Laurel Jeptna F. Barbour Yazoo City; Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fourth Row: Grover M. Barham O ' Kean, Ark. Kenneth R. Barker Memphis, Tenn. Harold J. Barkley Clarksdale Troy C. Beavers Clinton Fifth Row: Frederick Mc. Belk Holly Springs; Kappa Sigma Phil H. Berry, Jr. Laurel; Kappa Alpha Neal B. Biggers Corinth Thomas L. Bishop Fulton Sixth Row: John L. Black, Jr. Jackson; Phi Delta Theta Charles D. Blanton Kings Mountain, N.C. Walter J. Blessey Biloxi James F. Bedman Hattiesburg Seventh Row: Norman L. Breland Picayun e Raymond L. Brown Greenville; Sigma Chi Stanley H. Brumfield Magnolia John L. Bryant Tupelo; Sigma Chi Eighth Row: James E. Canter Oxford Alene C. Cantrell Desha, Ark. Jerome F. Carlson Minneapolis, Minn. Harry L. Case McComb First Row: Arthur C. Chapman Tampa, Fla.; Alpha Tau Omega Sham K. Chin Forrest City, Ark. James C. Clark Charlotte, N.C. John N. Coalter Tunica Second Row: William T. Cochran Jackson; Pi Kappa Alpha Sarah G. Combs Arcadia, Fla. Arden C. Cooley Dorsey William E. Corr Batesville Third Row: Ottis B. Crocker Bruce; Kappa Alpha Jerry N. Crout Clarksdale John L. Daniel Clinton; Phi Kappa Psi Beverly A. Douglass Murray, Ky. Fourth Row: Letricia G. Douglass Murray, Ky. Donald L. Dugger Independence, Mo. George H. Dulin Greenwood Grady J. Eaves Louisville Fifth Row: John A. Eaves Louisville Joseph T. Echols Nettleton Richard M. Edmonson Magee; Kappa Sigma Cecil S. Edmundson Meridian; Pi Kappa Alpha Sixth Row: Wilva C. Edwards Oxford Robert W. Elliott Ripley William Elliot Jackson; Sigma Nu Ralph B. El ston Ft. Wayne, Ind.; Beta Theta Pi Seventh Row: Walter D. England Myrtle, Md. James M. Ewing Cleveland; Sigma Chi Jack C. Fayssoux Germantown, Tenn. Hugh C. Forshner Greenwood; Sigma Alpha Epsilon Eighth Row: Daniel J. Fossler Karnes City, Tex. John L. Frazier Dowelltown, Tenn. Edmund D. Gabriel Jackson; Phi Kappa Psi George Louis Gafford Water Valley; Delta Kappa Epsilon First Row: C. D. Galloway Montevallo James Garner El Dorado, Arkansas Charles W. Geiselman Greenwood David G. Gerlat Oshkosh, Wisconsin Second Row: Ernest W. Gladstone Panama City, Florida Kenneth R. Gleason La Grange, Illinois; Delta Psi Joseph D. Gordon Liberty Charles S. Grantham University Third Row: William S. Guy Ruth Joseph W. Haase Brownstown, Illinois Abb L. Hatten Jackson Edgar J. Helbig Fourth Row: Sylvester J. Hemleben Oxford H. Richard Hemmings Biloxi Carole G. Henderson Starkville John K. Henry Union Fifth Row: James H. Herring Canton; Phi Delta Theta Joan L. Highsmith Green Cove Springs, Fla. Roena Hinds Nashville, Tennessee Jeanne L. Holley University Sixth Row: John B. Hooker Edwards Mary H. Hudson Canton Robert E. Husband Laurel Billie L. Hutchison Blue Mountain Seventh Row: Charles M. Ivy Bruce; Beta Theta Pi Louise M. James Monticello, Arkansas Ralph S. Johnson Jackson; Sigma Alpha Epsilon Bennie Wade Johnston Nettleton Eighth Ro w; Ben B. Jones Oxford Gladstone N. Jones Waynesboro; Sigma Chi William T. Jones McComb; Phi Delta Theta Lou S. Jordan Jackson; Chi Omega First Row: Ernest L. Joyner Tupelo Elizabeth Ann Julian Anderson, South Carolina Michael L. Keleher University Buena English Kemp Coral Gables, Florida; Delta Gamma Second Row: John C. Kilkelly Bayport Dempsey G. Knight Meridian Hibu Ko Osaka, Japan Robert A. Lanier Memphis, Tennessee; Phi Delta Theta Third Row: Wanda Faye Latham Grenada George H. Lipscomb Columbus Miles H. Lovelace Memphis, Tennesseee Hugh Greer Lovelady Decatur, Alabama; Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fourth Row: Hubert H. McAlexander Holly Springs; Pi Kappa Alpha Bobby Lee McConnell Kingsport, Tennessee Allen Henderson McCreight Meridian; Pi Kappa Alpha Edwin P. McKaskel Cleveland Fifth Row: Thomas M. McNeely Natchez Linda Reid McNutt Gretna, Louisiana Roland T. McPhail Calhoun City Woodrow K. McWhorter Tomnolen Sixth Row: Virginia MacNaughton Oxford William T. Magruder Bluefield, West Virginia James C. Mayo Louisville Norma Jean Merritt Jackson Seventh Row: Gerald C. Mertens Racine, Wisconsin Ralph G. Metcalfe Cleveland Harriett Melts Jackson Charles A. Miller Greenwood; Sigma Chi Eighth Row: Melbourne Miller Oxford Richard L. Miller Gulfport Robert T. Mills Moss Point John I. Mitchell Jackson; Sigma Chi First Row: Donald L. Moak Jackson Barbara N. Moles St. Louis, Mo. Carl R. Montgomery Canton; Sigma Chi Paul Montgomery Natchez Second Row: Herbert K. Moore Sardis; Phi Delta Theta Thomas D. Moore Long Beach Doyle B. Moorehead Yazoo City Frank Morgan Kosciusko Third Row: Fred E. Moss Florence Edward W. Mullen Florence, Ala. Adelaide E. Murdock Greenwood Fred A. Murphree Verona Fourth Row: Phillip A. Murphy Vandolia, Ill. Millie T. Nichols Greenville Sandra K. Nichols Chattanooga, Tenn. Ann W. Odom Cleveland Fifth Row: Joe R. Odom Oxford George E. Parker Pascagoula; Sigma Chi Clarence S. Parrish Oxford Frank P. Patti Hammond, La. Sixth Row Patsy L. Payne Whitestone, Ga. Kenneth A. Pels Sarasota, Fla. Roy W. Penney Pasadena, Tex. Bobby G. Perry Horn Lake Seventh Row Edmund . Phillips Quitman Herbert S. Phillips Holly Springs; Beta Theta Pi Kennety H. Pope Jackson Jean E. Powell Coldwater; Chi Omega Eighth Row: Raymond M. Powell Trenton, Tenn. Robert B. Prather Tupelo Victor B. Pringle Biloxi; Phi Delta Theta Thomas M. Purnell Natchez First Row: Dorothy P. Rieves Tupelo A. H. Ritter Amory John M. Roach McComb Andy H. Rowell Birmingham, Ala.; Alpha Tau Omega Second Row: Arlin L. Rowell Leland William D. Rowell Pine Bluff, Ark. Frank N. Russell Pontotoc Lucius F. Sams West Point Third Row: Arthur R. Sanders Brooksville Herman W. Sanders Sallis Jame B. Saunder Rossville, Tenn. Ernest R. Schroeder Pascagoula; Sigma Chi Fourth Row: Alma W. Scott Clinton Robert D. Seawright Jackson H. W. Guy Seay Canton C. George Sent Jackson Fifth Row: Ronald John Senko Edwardsville, Tenn. Ernest L. Shelton Jackson; Kappa Alpha Robert R. Simpson Birmingham, Ala.; Alpha Tau Omega Addison N. Smith Woodleaf, N.C. Sixth Row: Albert T. Smith Moorestown, N.J. Leo L. Smith Charleston; Pi Kappa Alpha Lloyd G. Spivey Canton Jimmy H. Stanton Cleveland Seventh Row: Sylvia S. Stedman St. Petersburg, Fla. Hardy R. Stennis Macon Thomas L. Stennis Dekalb Ronald H. Stephenson Columbia Eighth Row: Carolyn R. Stone Waukegan, Ill. John C. Sullivan Jackson; Kappa Alpha Dorothy M. Sutton Hopkinsville, Ky. George W. Sutton London, Ky. First Row: Charles C. Taylor Jackson Alvin G. Tenner Los Angeles, California Vernon L. Terrell Columbia Robert F. Thompson Jackson Second Row: Russell Thompson Jackson James K. Travis University Oliver Triplett Oxford; Lambda Chi Alpha John M. Vernon Laurel Third Row: Fred H. Walker Oxford Donald E. Walsh Crosby James W. Ware Baton Rouge, Louisiana; Kappa Sigma lane M. Watkins Oxford Fourth Row: Joseph W. Watkins Oxford Charles Watts Savannah, Georgia P. Dale Weeks Slate Spring Walter S. Welch Vicksburg Fifth Row: lack J. Wellborn Silver Creek Darl J. Whitecotton Hattiesburg; Pi Kappa Alpha Bruce L. Whitsitt Wade William J. Wiley Cleveland Sixth Row: Samuel H. Wilkins Stonewall; Alpha Tau Omega Roy Homer Williams Greenville Susan G. Williams Benoit Winton E. Williams Summit; Phi Delta Theta Seventh Row: Donald W. Williamson Meridian; Kappa Sigma G. Glen Williamson Mendenhall Richard B. Wilson Jackson; Kappa Alpha Carl D. Winstead Burns Eighth Row: Robert W. Witt Scottsville, Kentucky Jimmy T. Wyatt Girard, Tex. E. Grady Jolly Louisville Joseph R. Meadows Quitman; Pi Kappa Alpha Charles D. Thomas Collins First Row: Billy Ray Adams Columbus; Sigma Nu Richard H. Adams Memphis; Sigma Nu Roy D. Adams Oxford Sterling K. Ainsworth Meridian Second Row: Robert C. Albino Waterbury, Conn.; Kappa Sigma William D. Alcorn Sikeston, Mo. Charles C. Alexander Jackson; Kappa Alpha George A. Alexander Picayune; Pi Kappa Alpha Third Row: Jane M. Alexander Jackson Robert W. Alexander Atlanta, Ga.; Pi Kappa Alpha Mickie Alford Vicksburg; Kappa Kappa Gamma Alonzo M. Allen, III Moorhead; Delta Kappa Epsilon Fourth Row: Dixon G. Allen Pascagoula; Sigma Nu Judy L. Allen Coldwater; Chi Omega Sara T. Allen Lookout Mountain, Tenn. William H. Allen, Jr. Tupelo Fifth Row: Archie B. Allison Greenville William R. Amis Virginia, Minn, Patric M. Anderson Gulfport Frand H. Andrews Vicksburg; Beta Theta Pi Sixth. Row: Enrique Anglade Quayama, P.R.; Delta Psi Patty Armstrong Memphis, Tenn.; Kappa Kappa Gamma Harry G. Arnold Oxford Billy W. Atkins Memphis, Tenn. Seventh Row: Al R. Atkinson Fordyce, Ark.; Sigma Chi Loretta J. Austin Pontotoc Paul W. Auaitroni Shelby Charlene A. Avis ' Billings, Mont. Eighth Row: Mary N. Baiggett New Albany John R. Bailey Memphis, Tenn. Sarah F. Bailey Marks; Zeta Tau Alpha Margaret Baker Memphis, Tenn. First Row: Ray Douglas Baldwin Laurel Sara Jane Banks Newton; Delta Delta Delta Joe Charles Barbee Bruce Frank John Bardecki Key West, Florida Second Row: Jeff S. Barefield Hollandale Hugh Allen Barkley Clarksdale Billy Clyde Barton Pontotoc Wiliam Earl Basham Paducah, Kentucky; Kappa Sigma Third Row: Margaret H. Bass Tupelo Curtis Larry Beard Jackson Abbie Louise Beeson Brookhaven; Delta Gamma Patty Downs Bell Oxford Fourth Row: William Hewes Bell Jackson; Alpha Tau Omega Joan Mildred Bennett Riverside, Illinois; Zeta Tau Alpha Loretta Louise Bennett Crenshaw James F. Benson Sarah Fifth Row: Lana M. Berry Picayune William D. Berryhill Plantersville Carolyn J. Bickerstaff University, Delta Gamma Martha V. Bickerstaff Tishomingo Sixth Row: Beverly L. Biggs Natchez; Alpha Omecron Pi Judith W. Bigham Jackson; Chi Omega Virgil L. Bigham, III Leland; Sigma Chi Jerome A. Bishop, Jr. Mendenhall Seventh Row: John P. E. Black Memphis, Tenn.; Kappa Sigma David M. Blackwell Summit; Sigma Alpha Epsilon Larry G. Blackwell Philadelphia; Sigma Chi Geneva J. Blair Hamilton Eighth Row: Brenda S. Blanton Ellijay, Ga. Betty A. Bloom Gulfport, Zeta Tau Alpha Barbara A. Bonner Memphis, Tenn.; Chi Omega Howard E. Boone Jackson; Pi Kappa Alpha First Row: Fred C. Boredelon Greenville, Kappa Alpha Robert R. Bourne Columbia Samuel J. Bowen Tupelo; Sigma Nu Byrnece R. Bowles Pontotoc Second Row: Lady M. Boyce Brandon; Delta Gamma Patricia M. Boyd Lexington, Ky.; Kappa Kappa Gamma Nita E. ' Bradford Itta Bena; Phi Mu Donald 0. Bradley Biloxi Third Row: Barbara G. Brandon Natchez; Kappa Delta Charles E. Braswell Shaw Charles B. Bratt Moss Point John E. Brecht Cincinnati, Ohio Fourth Row: Thomas S. Brister Bogue Chitto Connie J. Britt Winter Garden, Fla. Riley W. Brooks Calhoun City James A. Brown, Jr. Jackson; Alpha Tau Omega Fifth Row: Maxie G. Brown Meridian Richard Al Brown Meridian; Pi Kappa Alpha Robert L. Brown Sanatorium; Sigma Nu David M. Bryan Oxford Sixth Row: L. Thelton Bryant Jackson, Pi Kappa Alpha Nancy L. Buchanan Columbia; Kappa Kappa Gamma Betty B. Buckley Guthrie, Ky. Joyce E. Burg Red Lion, Pa.; Delta Gamma Seventh Row: Charles R. Burke Jackson; Sigma Chi Lou A. Burris Shelby; Kappa Delta John G. Buxbaum Greenville Susan Cadle Indianapolis, Ind.; Delta Gamma Eighth Row: John M. Caffery Friars Point; Delta Kappa Epsilon Marjorie Caine Chattanooga, Tenn. Linda D. Caldwell Little Rock, Ark. Elizabeth J. Cole Philadelphia; Delta Delta Delta First Row: James T. Caldwell Ripley, Tenn. Nancy A. Caldwell Cary, Ill.; Delta Delta Delta Sunny Callaway Sheridan, Ark.; Alpha Delta Pi Benjamin L. Camp Oxford; Phi Kapp Psi Second Row: Mary Ann Cannady Meridian; Delta Gamma Patricia B. Canning Oxford; Delta Gamma Lorenzio D. Canup Tremont Raul Cardenas Quito, Ecuador Third Row: Thelma L. Cardwell Jackson Kenneth W. Cargile Picayune James A. Carroll Lexington Chris H. Carruth Clarksdale Fourth. Row: Winfred F. Carter, Jr. Grenada Bert F. Case Jackson; Pi Kappa Alpha James A. Cathey Vicksburg; Kappa Sigma Beverley J. Catledge Eupora Fifth Row: Susan W. Cato Jackson, Tenn.; Alpha Omicron Pi Billy R. Chestang Hattiesburg; Sigma Pi Gerald B. Clark Olive Branch; Alpha Tau Omega Roger T. Clark Iuka; Sigma Chi Sixth Row: Rufus H. Cofer Oxford Fred S. Coffey Oxford Thomas W. Colbert Biloxi Charles E. Cole Columbus; Sigma Alpha Epsilon Seventh Row: Hugh L. Cole Oxford; Phi Kappa Psi Ronald J. Cole North Allegheny, N.Y. Thames A. Coleman Ackerman; Sigma Chi Ben C. Collier Jackson Eighth Row: Robert S. Collins Rolling Fork; Sigma Alpha Epsilon Marilyn K. Cooke Marvell, Ark.; Zeta Tau Alpha David W. Coon Mississippi City; Sigma Nu James A. Cooper, Jr. Grenada First Row: Alfred Eugene Corey Meridian Jane A. Cosby Courtland Kenneth S. Covey Albany, New York Jennings Cox Columbus; Sigma Alpha Epsilon Second Row: Kenneth Leon Cox Lake City, Florida Nancy Pauline Crane Jacksonville, Florida; Chi Omega John Adam Crawford Jackson Florence K. Crosthwait Drew; Chi Omega Third Row: James Hugh Crouch Oxford; Kappa Sigma Thomas Dewey Crowson Batesville Paulette Nellie Crum Biloxi; Delta Delta Delta Larry Cunningham Booneville Fourth Row: Helen Sandra Dabbs Aberdeen; Delta Delta Delta Mary Betsy Dabbs Scooba Willis Norwood Dabbs Clarksdale; Phi Delta Theta Mary Gail Dabney Memphis, Tennessee Fifth Row: Henry Samuel Davis Sandersville James Wilbur Davis Pleasant Grove; Sigma Nu Linda Jane Davis White Hall, Illinois; Alpha Omicron Pi Paul Thomas Davis Jackson Sixth Row: Paula Davis Lexington, Tennessee Robert Neal Davis Booneville Susan Sanders Day Clarksdale; Chi Omega Martin Alfred Dean Valatie, New York Seventh Row: Stephen Sidney Decker Gretna, Louisiana; Phi Kappa Theta Lloyd Elizabeth Deddens Jackson Patricia Ann Dees Lauderdale; Zeta Tau Alpha E. Ellen Delph Bay St. Louis; Phi Mu Eighth Row: Mike R. Dennis Arsenal, Arkansas Clarence Charles Densing Oxford Gus Blanchard Denton Shelby; Phi Delta Theta Peggy Carol Dill Amory First Row: Thomas Kent Donovan Tupelo John Albert Doss Brooksville; Sigma Chi Thomas Smith Doty Lucedale; Phi Delta theta Robert Livingston Douglas Jonesboro, Arkansas Second Row: Elizabeth P. Douglas Baytown, Texas; Alpha Delta Pi John G. Downer Lexington Kathy Crosson Downing Laurel; Kappa Delta John William Downs Lexington; Kappa Sigma Third Row: William Horace Draper Oxford Jerry Campbell Dumas Memphis, Tennessee; Sigma Nu Billy Joe Duncan Oxford Marguerite Elizabeth Dunn Rossville, Tennessee; Alpha Omicron Pi Fourth Row: Charles Bruce Durrett Aliceville, Alabama; Phi Delta Theta R. Sam DuVall Jackson; Pi Kappa Alpha Roselyn Ann Eberle El Dorado, Arkansas; Zeta Tau Alpha Charles Milton Edmondson Crowder Fifth Row: Boyd Meece Edwards Stewart; Alpha Tau Omega Jo. F. Edwards Brandon; Alpha Omicron Pi Robert Rufus Ellis Memphis, Tennessee; Sigma Alpha Epsilon William Reely Ellis Lexington; Pi Kappa Alpha Sixth Row: Hildred Anne Elmore Ellisville Thomas Earl Ely Belzoni Patricia Anne Endt Ocean Springs; Zeta Tau Alpha David Lee Ethridge Vicksburg; Phi Kappa Psi Seventh Row: William Leon Eubank Tupelo; Sigma Nu Alfred L. Eubanks Lucedale Phineas D. Evans Biloxi Rupert Fairfield Lake Charles, Louisiana Eighth Row: Martha M. Fant Sardis; Chi Omega Bettye Jane Farmer Benoit; Alpha Omicron Pi Marvin H. Farris Dorsey Patricia Anne Favara Itta Bena First Row: Alford R. Fenton Yazoo City Charles H. Ferguson Jackson Donald C. Ferguson Corinth James M. Ferguson, Jr. Ripley Second Row: Emuel M. Ferrell Jackson Douglas M. Ferris Macon; Sigma Chi Victoria .F. Fielden Caracas, Venezuela Samuel H. Fleming Vardaman Third Row: Joel P. Flexer Towen, Memphis; Kappa Sigma Patti B. Fly Summit; Kappa Delta Roger L. Folk Sheffield, Ky. William B. Fontaine, Jr. Jackson Fourth Row: George Forbes San Antonio, ' lox.; Beta Theta Pi Lorraine L. Forbes Laurel; Kappa Delta Larry E. Ford Taylorsville; Chi Omega Allen R. Foster Louisville; Kappa Sigma Fifth Row: John T. Frame Steele, Mo. Thomas W. Francis Shannon Robert H. Frank Vicksburg; Beta Theta Pi Lannon D. Franklin Denmark Sixth Row: Henry A. Frazer Montgomery, Ala.; Phi Delta Theta Millard L. French Water Valley John B. Fried Biloxi Thurman Fulton Lyon; Kappa Sigma Seventh Row: Rene Garcia Caracas, Venezuela James E. Garner, Jr. El Dorado, Ark. James L. Garner, Jr. McComb Patricia L. Garrett New Albany Eighth Row: Wilma L. Garvin Newton; Alpha Delta Pi Joseph R. Gedris Aliquippa, Pa.; Sigma Nu Thomas L. Garrett, Jr. Oxford Chung Lin Gee Ruleville Ralph W. Gilbert, Jr. Jackson; Phi Delta Theta First Row: Sandra S. Giles Kosciusko Martha J. Gilpin Tupelo; Kappa Delta Willard P. Gleason Marseilles, Ill. Linda L. Golden Canton; Delta Delta Delta Second Row: Clyde D. Goldman Meridian; Pi Kappa Alpha Barbara F. Goodin Houston, Tex. Nelson L. Gonyaw University Jennings B. Gordon Rome, Ga.; Kappa Sigma Third Row: Roger E. Gower Franklin, Tenn.; Alpha Tau Omega Homer H. Graham Gulfport; Sigma Nu Bonnie L. Grantham Oxford Joel C. Grantham Crystal Springs Fourth Row: Dorothy A. Graves McCrory, Ark. Bonnie C. Gray Water Valley Julia A. Greene Davenport, Fla. Leroy Green Tupelo Fifth. Row: Richard W. Green Jacksonville, Fla. Gay G. Greve Memphis, Tenn.; Chi Omega John T. Grissom Cleveland Michael S. Guercio Leland Sixth Row: Bonnie S. Gulledge Bruce James E. Hall Golden William N. Hall Saltillo Judith G. Halsill Fort Worth, Tex.; Kappa Kappa Gamma Seventh Row: David R. Hamill Meridian James R. Hamilton State College Mamie B. Hamilton Greenwood; Kappa Kappa Gamma Billi S. Hancock Ethelsville, Ala. Eighth Row: William H. Hardin Duncan; Sigma Chi Horace E. Hardy Water Valley James W. Hardy Union, Mo.; Sigma Phi Epsilon Yvonne H. Hardy Biloxi; Zeta Tau Aplha First Row: Ann S. Harper Chattanooga, Tenn.; Alpha Delta Pi Homer J. Harpole Atlanta, Ga. Wade E. Harrell Memphis, Tenn. Gwynne L. Harrington Aberdeen; Phi Mu Second Row: Lyttleton T. Harris Baton Rouge, La.; Sigma Alpha Epsilon Daniel E. Harrison Tiplersville Phillip T. Harrison Jefferson City, Mo.; Simga Nu Everitt C. Harriss University Third Row: Charles W. Hartman Foley, Ala.; Sigma Pi Barbara K. Hartwick Paragould, Ark. Thomas C. Harvey, Jr. Columbus; Kappa Alpha Carolyn J. Hawks Coldwater Fourth Row: Bernice F. Hederman Jackson; Chi Omega Richard L. Hellinger Oxford Jon M. Helms Corinth David M. Henderson Marvell, Ark.; Delta Kappa Epsilon Fifth Row: L. Love Henick Yazoo City; Delta Delta Delta Alice E. Herin Edwards; Zeta Tau Alpha Charles G. Henson Meridian; Kappa Sigma Gail Herring Moss Point; Kappa Kappa Gamma Sixth, Row: Juanita L. Herrington McComb Leslie D. Hervey Moorhead; Delta Kappa Epsilon Judith C. Hester Tupelo Tames E. Hewlett Jackson Seventh Row: Travis G. Hickman Wiggins James V. Hill Boyle; Phi Kappa Psi Yvonne Hillman Kreole Charles D. Hinds Pontiac, Mich. Eighth Row: Matelyn F. Hines Jackson; Chi Omega Laurie B. Hird St. Cloud, Minn.; Delta Gamma Judith E. Hnild Clarendon Hills, Ill.; Alpha Omicron Pi Allen B. Hobbs New Albany; Delta Psi First Row: James W. Hodges Durant Suanne Holland Philadelphia; Delta Gamma George T. Hoover Brentwood, New York; Phi Kappa Theta Joy A. Howard Vicksburg Second Row: Homer L. Howard Winona; Pi Kappa Alpha Lewis A. Howell Corinth; Kappa Sigma Judith Ann Huddleston Tupelo; Kappa Kappa Gamma Janice V. Huddleston Marked Tree, Arkansas; Kappa Kappa Gamma Third Row: Emily Hudspeth Olive Branch; Delta Gamma William N. Huff Taylorsville I. Meade Hufford Alexandria, Virginia; Kappa Alpha Emma Lou Hume Santa Fe, Tennessee Fourth Row: Rolfe L. Hunt Oxford; Beta Theta Pi Dannye Lee Hunter Morton Patrick Hyde Poplarville; Pi Kappa Alpha Lawrence L. Hyman Brookhaven; Kappa Sigma Fifth Row: William H. Ingram 1 Montgomery, Alabama; Phi Delta Theta Bobby N. Irby Clarksdale Charles D. Jackson Como Linda F. Jackson Yazoo City; Kappa Delta Sixth Row: Mary R. Jackson Fulton Alton R. Jacobs University Betty Sue Jamison Marmaduke, Arkansas Rumpai Jayaphorm Washington, D.C. Seventh Row: John Z. Jeffries Laurel William Jennings Vicksburg; Kappa Alpha Annice R. Jernigan New Albany; Kappa Delta Jacqueline L. Jeter Jackson; Chi Omega Eighth Row: Connie Sue Johnson Tunica James C. Johnson Yazoo City; Kappa Alpha Richard M. Johnson McGehee, Arkansas; Sigma Phi Epsilon Robert J. Johnson Pine Bluff, Arkansas First Row: Walter W. Johnson Greenwood Jack L. Jones Amoy Kathryn C. Jones Potts Camp Robert M. Jones McComb; Sigma Alpha Epsilon Second Row: Ted L. Jones Jackson, Tenn. Thomas R. Jones Saltillo William K. Jones Meridian; Pi Kappa Alpha Rodney G. Joyner Brandon Third Row: William Gardner Joyner Tupelo Ward Q. Jue Indianola Donald L. Keith Booneville; Kappa Alpha Amy G. Kelley Savannah, Ga.; Zeta Tau Alpha Fourth Row: James P. Kelly Brookhaven; Phi Delta Theta S. Charles Kemp Hazlehurst; Pi Kappa Alpha James Harold Key Batesville Sam G. Kirschten Greenwood; Sigma Phi Epsilon Fifth Row: Malcolm S. Kretschmar, Jr. Greenville; Phi Delta Theta Vincent P. LaBella Indianola; Kappa Sigma Charles D. Laird Holly Springs; Sigma Alpha Epsilon E. Louise Lake Aberdeen; Phi Mu Sixth Row: Wayne T. Lamar New Albany; Sigma Chi Myrtis K. Lamb Shaw; Kappa Delta Sime L. Langston, Jr. Shaw; Sigma Chi Oliver A. Latil Ocean Springs Seventh Row: Greg M. Lawrence Biloxi; Sigma Nu William E. Ledbetter New Albany Vicki A. LeDuke Memphis; Delta Gamma Emily M. Lee Jackson; Chi Omega Eighth Row: Paul Lelko Perdiomeville, Pa. Fred W. Lentjes Clarksdale; Phi Delta Theta Dixie J. Lewis Drew; Alpha Omicron Pi Donald E. Lewis Jeanerette, La. First Row: Bobby J. McCarley Iuka Barbara J. McClatchy Red Banks; Phi Mu Ulion F. McCluskey Carthage Billy 0. McCord Banner, Miss. Second Row: Joseph Lobue Hammond, La. Donald E. Long Benton Clarence L. Lott Jackson; Phi Delta Theta Linda J. Loveless Dell, Ark.; Zeta Tau Alpha Third Row: Donald W. Lowe Memphis, Tenn. Helen P. Lowery Jackson James W. Lucas Jackson Judy I. Lum Vicksburg; Phi Mu Fourth Row: Nancy P. McElroy Natchez; Delta Gamma Robert J. McGee Houston, Tex. Joe E. McGuffee Hebron Allen G. McLain Jackson Fifth Row: John M. Lewis Batesville Kay H. Lewis Tullahoma, Tenn.; Delta Delta Delta Jerry S. Litton Pope Robert C. Lloyd Vicksburg Sixth Row: James M. McCormick Forest; Sigma Alpha Epsilon Thomas K. McCraw Oak Ridge, Tenn.; Pi Kappa Alpha Leon McCullouch Oxford; Sigma Chi. Beverly A. McDonald Preston Seventh Row: Jimmy L. McDonald Water Valley Willard S. McDonald Forest; Pi Kappa Alpha Martha A. McDougal Guntown Michael E. McElroy Eddiceton Eighth Row: Julia C. Lynn Jackson; Chi Omega Jimmy V. MacNaughten Oxford Richard E. McBee Greenwood R. Dale McBride Durant First Row: Pat K. McKay Magnolia; Kappa Delta William 0. McLain Brandon; Delta Kappa Epsilon Mary A. McLemore Meridian; Kappa Kappa Gamma Robert L. McPhail Calhoun City Second Row: George T. McPherson Meridian James M. McQueen Baton Rouge; Kappa Sigma Alpheus H. McRae Laurel; Kappa Alpha William J. McVeigh Waycross, Georgia; Phi Kappa Psi Third Row: Robert B. Mace Indianapolis, Indiana; Alpha Tau Omega Loios Anne Mailfald Clarendon Hills, Illinois; Zeta Tau Alpha Lynne T. Mailfald Clarendon Hills, Illinois; Zeta Tau Alpha Bettye R. Majure Louisville; Zeta Tau Alpha Fourth Row: Charles John Malouf Greenwood Willied D. Marion Houlka Elzie D. Martin Water Valley James Martin Houston; Delta Kappa Epsilon Fifth Row: Robert Lee Martin Kernersville, North Carolina Falton 0. Mason University James H. Mathews Greenville; Kappa Alpha Charles E. Matthews Oxford Sixth Row: James D. May Mendenhall; Sigma Alpha Epsilon Sandra Lee Mayo Brandon Carolyn Jeanne Meadors Oceanside, California; Alpha Xi Delta Robert C. Meconi Williamsport, Pennsylvania Seventh Row: Mary Ann Medlin Little Rock, Arkansas David E. Medved. Edinboro, Pennsylvania Elizabeth M. Metcalfe Greenville; Delta Delta Delta Conley Mitchell Miller Memphis, Tennessee; Alpha Tau Omega Eighth Row: Donald Street Miller Vicksburg Mary Catharine Miller Jackson; Chi Omega Timothy L. Miller Port Jefferson, N.Y. Micajah Sturdivant Mills Glendora; Phi Delta Theta First Row: Sarah P. Milner Gulfport Steve T. Mistilis Oxford; Kappa Sigma Jimmy R. Mitchell Ashland William B. Mize Jackson Second Row: Buddy R. Montgomery Pontotoc William R. Montgomery Como Leda M. Moon Meridian; Zeta Tau Alpha Anne L. Moore Whitehaven, tenn.; Chi Omega Third Row: Susan V. Morehead Jackson; Chi Omega Charles A. Morris San Antonio, Tex.; Pi Kappa Alpha Bub H. Morrisson Etta Leonora A. Morrison Natchitoches, La.; Alpha Delta Pi Fourth Row: John Derwood Morvant New Orleans, La.; Delta Kappa Epsilon William S. Mullins Prairie Point; Kappa Alpha Bobbie E. Murchison Como Sylvia C. Murphy Indianola; Phi Mu Fifth Row: Jerrald L. Nations Brookhaven; Sigma Alpha Epsilon William T. Neely Jackson John E. Neill Greenwood; Sigma Chi Kenneth L. Netherland Eden Sixth Row: William Neville McComb; Phi Delta Theta Richard F. Newman Cleveland; Sigma Nu Natalie A. Nicholas Yazoo City Tommie L. Nix Scooba Seventh Row: Joe Ann Noble Lorman; Chi Omega Wells E. Nutt Crossett, Ark. James W. O ' Mara Jackson; Phi Delta Theta Martha S. Orr Lewisburg, Tenn.; Phi Mu Eighth Row: Catherine B. Orsborn Greenwood; Delta Delta Delta Harold G. Otwell Meridian Carlton F. Parshall Philadelphia Jo L. Parker Meridian First Row: Devid P. Parrett Mineola, N.Y. Ronald I. Pass Water Valley; Kappa Sigma James W. Patty Jackson; Phi Delta Theta L. Patricia Peace West Point; Chi Omega Second Row: Linda L. Peacock Jackson Thomas G. Peaster Tehola B. Lynne Pennington Ackerman; Chi Omega D. Glenn Pennington Ackerman; Sigma Chi Third Row: William F. Percival Grenada Amy J. Permenter Greenville; Kappa Kappa Gamma Edward B. Perry Grenada George P. Perry Tunica; Sigma Pi Fourth Row: Edward J. Peters Eupora Ellen L. Pfister Eugene, Oregon Thelma J. Phenix Memphis, Tenn.; Phi Mu Mary E. Phillips Shuqualak Fifth Row: Randolph G. Pleasant Cleveland; Sigma Chi Vernon E. Pontius Memphis, Tenn. Virginia K. Porter Como; Delta Delta Delta James B. Potts Hollandale Sixth Row: Patricia L. Povall Lexington; Chi Omega Joseph L. Pressley Aberdeen; Alpha Tau Omega James R. Price Vicksburg Sarah B. Quacenboss Greenwood; Alpha Omicron Pi Seventh Row: Mary Quinn Prentiss; Kappa Kappa Gamma David H. Raborn Carlisle, Ark.; Sigma Phi Epsilon Mary L. Randall Holly Springs; Sigma Chi Lytle A. Rather Gloster Eighth Row: Olon E. Ray Weir Bobby R. Redding Oxford Jerry F. Reed Pine Bluff, Ark. Judy G. Reed Union Church; Kappa Kappa Gamma First Row: Linda Gayle Reed Lexington, Tennessee Betty J. Renfro Batesville John F. Repass Roanoke, Virginia Ann C. Rhea Somerville, Tennessee Second Row: Roger Paul Rhodes Jackson; Kappa Alpha L. M. Biddy Memphis, Tennessee Samuel B. Rickman Hartsville, Tennesse; Sigma Chi Miles Riley Jackson; Phi Delta Theta Third Row: James E. Seale Laurel; Kappa Alpha William H. Seale Holly Springs; Sigma Alpha Epsilon Leland K. Shaffer Nanuet, N. Y.; Alpha Tau Omega Jamie G. Shannon New Albany; Delta Gamma Fourth Row: J. L. Roberson Houston Sally Ann Roberts Greenwood; Phi Mu Sarah K. Roberts Brookhaven William F. Roberts Greenwood; Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fifth Row: James L. Robertson Greenville; Kappa Alpha David D. Robinson Waterford; Pi Kappa Alpha Patricia Ann Robison Batesville; Alpha Omicron Pi Paul D. Rogers Crystal Springs; Delta Kappa Epsilon Sixth Row: Adrian W. Rosenthal Rolling Fork; Phi Epsilon Pi Harmon L. Ross Toomauba Donald P. Roten Ripley Thad B. Rudd Plymouth, Indiana; Sigma Chi Seventh Row: James G. Runnels New Albany Nell DeWitt Rush Decatur, Texas; Kappa Kappa Gamma Mary H. Rutledge Clarksdale; Chi Omega Eleanor E. Salveson Greenwood Eighth Row: Charles R. Sample Planterville; Sigma Nu Roland W. Samuelson Gardena, California; Sigma Nu Martha Ruth Sansom Water Valley Don L. Saunders Vicksburg First Row: Wilhelm G. Scherwitzki Mastic, N. Y. Carol S. Schilling Wiggins; Kappa Delta Harold J. Schneider Laurel Howard L. Schoggen Sarah Second Row: Morris J. Schur Lexington; Phi Epsilon Pi Don T. Scoggin Ellisville Gwin C. ' Scott Memphis, Tenn.; Sigma Alpha Epsilon James W. Scott Coldwater Third Row: Andrew J. Ritch Lyon; Phi Delta Theta Ruth H. Rivers Owensboro, Kentucky John A. Roach Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Everette S. Roane Tunica Fourth Row: Patricia A. Sheldon Avon; Delta Delta Delta Thomas C. Shellnut Baldwyn, Miss.; Pi Kappa Alpha James L. Sherman Nashville, Tenn.; Pi Kappa Alpha Stanley S. Sherman Greenville Fifth Row: Orien L. Shettles Ecru Bobby J. Shewmake Columbus; Kappa Alpha Lou D. Shing Clarksdale Frances A. Simpson Greenwood; Kappa Delta Sixth Row: Florence E. Sims Pascagoula Bobby D. Singleton Water Valley Ralph S. Singleton Jackson, Miss. David W. Sloan Fort Smith, Ark. Seventh Row: Daniel B. Smith Meridian; Phi Delta Theta David L. Smith Texarkana, Ark.; Alpha Tau Omega Donna M. Smith Honesdale, Pa. Jimmie C. Smith Meadville Eighth Row: L. Lynnette Smith Tupelo; Chi Omega Richard R. Smith Jackson; Lambda Chi Alpha Bennie I. Smyth Louisville; Delta Gamma Shirley J. Sneed Jackson; Kappa Kappa Gamma First Row: Daniel C. Soares Biloxi; Sigma Pi Charles R. Sorensen Milford, Conn.; Sigma Phi Epsilon Sally S. Spier Bastrop, La.; Phi Mu Clifford A. Spooner Gulfport Second Row: Charles D. Springs Sikeston, Mo. Anne H. Stallworth Meridian; Kappa Kappa Gamma Carrie S. Starnes Denmark Mildred G. Starnes Denmark Third Row: Sanford R. Steekler Biloxi Mary A. Steel Oxford Joseph C. Stennett, Jr. Oxford Billy M. Stephens Tupelo Fourth Row: Linda L. Stephens Jackson; Chi Omega Wayne L. Sterling Magnolia Bethany M. Stockett Jackson; Chi Omega Grace F. Stone Sledge Fifth Row: Thomas B. Storey, Jr. Oxford; Kappa Sigma Sue Stowers Natchez; Kappa Delta Ray C. Strange Brookhaven; Alpha Tau Omega Barry G. Strawn New Albany Sixth Row: Cosper E. Stribling Tullahoma, Tenn.; Kappa Sigma Quin E. Stringer, Jr. Columbia; Pi Kappa Alpha Thomas A. Stroud Tupelo; Delta Kappa Epsilon Elizabeth A. Stuart Memphis, Tenn.; Kappa Kap pa Gamma Seventh Row: Leonard J. Sullivan Meadville Carolyn M. Summers Nesbit; Delta Delta Delta Sandra S. Sumrall Pontotoc Walter Tarnopilsky Montreal, Quebec, Canada Eighth Row: Gerry Ann Tarver Greenville Chester L. Tate, Jr. Tenn.; Pi Kappa Alpha Monroe D. Tate Picayune; Beta Theta Pi James H. Taylor, Jr. Crawfordsville, Ark. First Row: Jane Colston Taylor Tupelo Ellen M. Taylor Clarksdale; Chi Omega Samuel Taylor Courtland Jane E. Teas Memphis, Tennessee; Phi Mu Second Row: Dottie A. Teasler Senatobia Champ T. Terney Greenville; Sigma Nu William W. Terry LaPlace, Louisiana Chu-Yang Teng Taiwan, China Third Row: James H. Thigpen Poplarville; Pi Kappa Alpha C. Diane Thompson Water Valley; Phi Mu Sharon Louise Thompson Houston, Texas; Alpha Delta Pi Judith Tipping Pass Christian Fourth Row: Hans J. Tischner Arlington; Sigma Phi Epsilon Lola I. Tohill Pope Phillip D. Tracy Gladewater, Texas John Curtis Trahan Biloxi Fifth Row: John A. Travis McComb; Phi Delta Theta Ann Treadway Little Rock, Arkansas; Kappa Kappa Gamma Alan A. Troyka Tupelo; Delta Kappa Epsilon Amy S. Turner Sledge Sixth Row: Jack S. Turner Belzona; Kappa Alpha James R. Tuttle University Gerald Gwin Tyler Bruce Mark R. Ungerer Willigrisville, N.Y. Seventh Row: Ronel M. Urice Del City, Oklahoma; Phi Kappa Psi George T. Vance West Point; Delta Kappa Epsilon Arthur L. Vaughn Clarksdale Constance E. Vinci St. Francisville, Louisiana; Alpha Delta Pi Eighth Row: Kenneth M. Walcott Hollandale; Kappa Sigma Betty S. Waldrop Thaxton D. Lewis Walker Laurel; Kappa Alpha Nancy Ann Wall Calhoun City; Kappa Kappa Gamma First Row: Ernest C. Wakham Goldsboro, N.C. James A. Walters Columbus; Beta Theta Pi James L. Ward Oxford Mary F. Watson Jackson Second Row: Wren C. Way Greenwood; Kappa Sigma Anne P. Webster University; Zeta Tau Alpha Courtenaye C. Weeks Yazoo City Charles J. Weeks Niceville, Fla. Third Row: Susan C. Weil Shreveport, La. Jay N. Welch Genoa, Tex. James M. Wells Blue Mountain Sarah P. Wells Jackson; Delta Gamma Fourth Row: Vivian A. West Canton; Delta Delta Delta Robert T. Whitaker Tupelo; Sigma Chi Elizabeth J. White Red Bay, Ala.; Zeta Tau Alpha William R. White Summertown, Tenn. Fifth Row: Robert N. Whitmire Jackson, Tenn. Jerry W. Whittington Gloster; Phi Kappa Psi Lewis A. Wilburn Baytown, Tex.; Kappa Alpha Dan S. Wilford Forrest City, Ark. Sixth Row: Ned B. Wilford Forrest City, Ark. Alexine Wilkerson Franklin, Tenn.; De lta Delta Claude C. Williams Baldwyn Rebecca Williams Walnut; Phi Mu Seventh Row: William H. Williams Montgomery, Ala.; Phi Delta Theta Jean C. W illiamson Oxford; Alpha Delta Pi Jerilyn F. Williamson Bastrop, La.; Phi Mu Thomas E. Willingham Grenada Eighth Row: Claude G. Willoughby Johnston Station Betty F. Wilson Oxford; Alpha Omicron Pi Norman C. Wilson Holly Springs; Pi Kappa Alpha Eugene P. Windham Rolling Fork First Row: George W. Winter Clarksdale Lawrence V. Witt Columbus; Sigma Alpha Epsilon David W. Wolfe Coldwater Buford D. Wood West Point; Sigma Chi Second Row: Ralph B. Wood Dorsey Mary E. Woodburn Oxford; Zeta Tau Alpha Alvin M. Woolfolk Coldwater Joseph W. Woodman Birmingham, Ala. Row: Larry L. Wozencraft Lucedale Mary E. Wright Oxford; Alpha Omicron Pi Joseph J. Yates Shelby Charles M. Young Corinth Fourth Row: Leonard A. Young Greenwood; Delta Kappa Epsilon F. Beverly Zeller Hazlehurst; Kappa Delta Richard B. Buffington Oxford James N. O ' Neill Vicksburg; Pi Kappa Alpha Fifth. Row: Carey C. Smith McComb Phillip D. Bryant Oxford; Beta Theta Pi First Row: • Joseph J. Acree, L. A.; Moorhead. • J. L. Adams, Commerce; Iuka • Mary G. Adams, L. A.; Raymond; Kappa Delta. • Mickie A. Adams, Commerce; Kappa Sigma. • William W. Adams, Commerce; Blytheville, Ark.; Sigma Chi. Second Row: • Lee B. Agnew, Jr., Commerce; Jackson. • John E. Ainsworth, L. A.; Jackson; Phi Delta Theta. • Olen S. Akers, Commerce; Jackson; Sigma Chi. • Eddie G. Akins, Commerce; Jackson; Sigma Pi. • James E. Albin, Pharmacy; Goodman; Sigma Pi. Third Row: • Louie C. Albritton, Pharmacy; Camden. • Franklin B. Aldridge, Commerce; Jackson; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Thomas M. Alewine, L. A.; Brandon; Alpha Tau Omega. • Thomas I. Alexander, Jr., L. A.; Corinth. • Sherri Alexander, Education; Pine Bluff, Arkansas; Chi Omega. Fourth Row: • William A. Alias, Commerce; Clarksdale; Kappa Sigma. • Ann S. Allen, L. A.; New Albany. • Betty Allen, Education; Moorhead; Phi Mu. • Gerald W. Allen, Pharmacy; Brandon. • lames M. Allen, L. A.; Jackson; Delta Psi. Fifth Row: • Roy P. Allen, Commerce; Belmont. • Therrell Lane Allen, L. A.; Jackson; Sigma Nu. • Helen K. Education; Jackson; Kappa Delta. • Louis T. Anderson, III, L. A.; Shugualak. • Rita L. Anderson, L. A.; Bolton. Sixth Ro w: • Tom S. Anderson, Commerce; Birmingham, Ala.; Phi Delta Theta. • John T. Armstrong, Jr., L. A.; Hazlehurst; Phi Delta Theta. • Lana J. Arthur, L. A.; Vicksburg; Alpha Delta Pi. • Robert W. Atkinson, Jr., Commerce; Drew; Phi Delta Theta. • Dixie I. Austin, L. A.; Dundee; Alpha Omicron Pi. Seventh Row: • John C. Autry, Commerce; Columbia; Alpha Tau Omega. • Carolyn J. Auwarter, L. A.; Jackson. • Joseph C. Avent, Jr., Commerce; Moss Point; Alpha Tau Omega. • Ray R. Ayers, Engineering; Biloxi. • James C. Baker, Education; Courtland. Eighth Row: • William H. Baker, Engineering; University. • Leonard D. Ball, III, L. A.; Gulfport. William T. Banks, Engineering; Philadephia. • Harry T. Barnett, Commerce; Alex, Va.; Kappa Alpha. • Mary A. Barr, Education; Jackson; Kappa Delta. Ninth Row: • Robert W. Bates, L. A.; Pass Christian. • Daniel W. Bath; Natchez. • Robert S. Baures, L. A.; St. Petersburg, Fla. • James B. Baxter, Engineering; Marion; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Jane E. Baxter, Commerce; First Row: • Maryhardy Bays, Education; Grenada; Kappa Delta. • Beth Beall, Education; Lexington; Chi Omega. • I. M. Beasley, Commerce; Raymond. • Robert N. R. Beckham, Commerce; Amory. • Sarah R. Benham, L. A.; Monticello. Second Row: • Charles H. Best, Pharmacy; Osyka; Kappa Sigma. • Jerry A. Binder, Commerce; Benoit; Phi Epsilon Pi. • James W. Bingham, Commerce; Guntown. • Linda K. Black, L. A.; Morton; Phi Mu. • Marianna Black, Education, Spartanburg, S. C.; Chi Omega. Third Row: • Robert R. Black, L. A.; Oxford; Sigma Chi. • Nancy G. Blackwell, L. A.; Decatur, Ala.; Alpha Delta Pi. • Dale E. Blair, L. A.; Memphis, Tenn.; Alpha Omicron Pi. • Joe B. Blurton, Engineering, Humboldt, Tenn. • Joseph A. Blythe, L. A.; Jackson; Kappa Alpha. Fourth Row: • Robert H. Boling, Engineering; Brookhaven; Kappa Alpha. • Sarah L. Boling, Commerce; ° Susan D. Boone, Education; Laurel; Kappa Delta. • Eloise W. Born, L. A.; New Orleans, La.; Pi Beta Phi. • Harold R. Bowen, Commerce; Grenada. Fifth Row: • Jack D. Bowles, Commerce; Okalona. • Sandra P. Bowles, Education; Isola; Chi Omega. • Sharon 0. Boyd, Education; Jackson. • Burl J. Boykin, University; Kappa Sigma. • Thurman L. Commerce; Cleveland; Sigma Nu. Sixth Row: • Thomas T. Bradshaw, L. A.; Jackson. • Emilysam VV. Bramlett, Education; Oxford; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Judith A. Brecht, Education; Cincinnati, Ohio; Alpha Delta Pi. • Jerry E. Commerce; Water Valley. • Melvina Bridges, Education, Chi Omega. Seventh Row: • Margaret D. Bridgforth, Commerce; Nesbitt; Delta Gamma. • Houston W. Briggs, II, Commerce; Dallas, Texas; Phi Delta Theta. • Allan W. Lowell, Mass. • Faynelle L. Briley, L. A.; University; Alpha Delta Pi. • Calvin C. Brister, Jackson. Eighth Row: • lames C. Britt, L. A.; Gore Springs. • Ralph W. Brockman, Commerce; Jackson; Kappa Alpha. • Vernonne L. Brooke, Education, Laurel. • Judith L. Brooks, Education; Memphis, Tenn. • Sidna Brower, L. A.; Memphis, Tenn.; Kappa Kappa Gamma. Ninth Row: • Billy F. Brown, Commerce; Charleston; Sigma Nu. • John W. Brown, Jr., L. A., Natchez. • Kaye F. Brown, Education; Memphis, Tenn.; Alpha Omicron Pi. • Thomas R. Brown, Pharmacy; Jackson; Sigma Nu. • Lynda Patton Brumby, Education; Lexington. First Row: • Alfred H. Bryant, Engineering; Jackson; Sigma Nu. • Hugh B. Bryant, Commerce; Oxford. • Virginia W. Bryant, Education; Corinth. • James T. Buckley, Law; Collins. • Gary L. Buffington, L. A.; Tuscumbia, Ala.; Alpha Delta Pi. Second Row: • William F. Bullock, Jr., Commerce; Jackson; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Robert W. Bunnell, Jr., Education; Fayetteville, N.Y.; Kappa Sigma. • Judith E. Burnett, Education; Hollandale; Alpha Delta Pi. • Janice G. Burns, Pharmacy; Lumberton. • Sarah K. Burns, L. A.; Caruthersville, Mo.; Delta Delta Delta. Third Row: • Barbara Butler, L. A.; Jonestown; Chi Omega. • Dorothy V. Butler, L. A.; Greenville; Chi Omega. • Joe L. Butler, Pharmacy: New Albany; Sigma Chi. • Kay D. Butler, Education; Memphis, Tenn.; Zeta Tau Alpha. • Thomas A. Butler, L. A.; Wiggins. Fourth Row: • Edith L. Caldwell, L. A.; Alpha Omicron Pi. • Michael J. Cali, L. A.; Laplace, La.; Alpha Tau Omega. • Camille C. Callaway, Education; Memphis, Tenn. • Dorothy J. Cameron, Education; Laurel; Chi Omega. • Iris J. Campbell, Education; Grenada. Fifth Row: • Marsha M. Campbell, L. A.; Pensacola, Fla.; Zeta Tau Alpha. • Richard H. Campbell, Jr., L. A.; Albert Carapetian, Engineering; Tehran, Iran. • Michael E. Cargile, L. A.; Picayune. • George P. Caridakis, L. A.; Clarksdale. Sixth Row: • Mary A. Carlisle, Education; Vicksburg. • Larry L. Carruth, Engineering; McComb. • John T. Carter, Commerce; Memphis, Tenn. • Myra J. Carter, L. A.; Tupelo. • Anthony J. Cascio, Commerce; Greenwood; Kappa Sigma. Seventh Row: • Charles M. Cassidy, L. A.; Bogalusa, La.; Sigma Chi. • Thomas L. Castle, L. A.; Houston; Sigma Chi. • Mary L. Caver, Pharmacy; Pascagoula. • Mary F. Cayce, Pharmacy; Nashville, Tenn. • Patricia G. Chadwick, Education; Jackson; Kappa Delta. Eighth Row: • Richard E. Chaffin, Commerce; Caruthersville, Mo.; Kappa Alpha. • Shiu-Chuen Chan, Pharmacy; • Ida K. Chancellor, Commerce; Macon; Delta Gamma. • James T. Channell Commerce; Kosciusko. • Caroline W. Chapman, L. A.; Biloxi; Delta Delta Delta. Ninth Row: • Benjamin T. K. Chen, Engineering; Taiwan, China. • Molly R. Childress, L. A.; Blytheville, Ark. • New Sing Chin, jr., Commerce; Drew. • Alan 0. Clark, Commerce; Gulfport; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • John B. Clark, L. A.; Taylorsville. First Row: • Joseph W. Clark, L. A.; Louisville. • Richard 0. Clark, L. A.; Iuka; Sigma Chi. • Rose Clayton, L. A.; New Albany; Chi Omega. • Evelyn C. Coffey, Hot Springs, Ark.; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Carole L. Collins, L. A.; Birmingham, Ala. Second Row: • Robert W. Collins, Law; Greenwood; Kappa Sigma. • Roy L. Collins, Commerce; Cleveland; Phi Delta Theta. • Jenny L. Combest, Education; Moss Point. • William B. Cooper, L. A.; Paducah, Ky.; Beta Theta Pi. • Margaret P. Countiss, L. A.; New Orleans, La.; Chi Omega. Third Row: • Louanna Cox, Education; Pontotoc. • Miriam K. Crabill, Education; Marks; Chi Omega. • Louie V. Craig, L. A.; Marks. • James W. Crisler, Commerce; Jackson; Kappa Sigma. • Robert R. Criss, Law; Fourth Row: • Glenn Wesson Crocker, L. A.; Bruce. • Mary C. Crutcher, L. A.; Nesbitt; Chi Omega. • Peggy J. Dale, Education; Prentiss; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Sylvia F. Dame, L. A.; Jackson; Kappa Delta. • Lloyd C. Daniel, L. A.; Clinton. Fifth Row: • Richard H. Darnell, Commerce; Minter City; Sigma Chi. • Pauline G. Darrington, Education; Yazoo City; Delta Gamma. • Jean B. Davenport, Commerce; Zeta Tau Alpha. • Ronald M. Davidson, Denver, Colo. • Joel V. Davis, Commerce; Hernando; Delta Kappa Epsilon. Sixth Row: • Karen E. Dawson, Commerce; Vicksburg; Alpha Omicron Pi. • James B. Day, Engineering; Wiggins. • George P. Dearborn, Commerce; Ventnor, N.J.; Phi Kappa Psi. • Charleen Deaton, Education; Jackson; Delta Delta Delta. • Dejeaux, S. J. Seventh Row: • May P. DeLoach, Commerce; Greenwood; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Beta H. Demarco, Education; Tenn.; Zeta Tau Alpha. • Paul A. Dent, Meridian; Sigma Chi. • William Denton, L. A.; Brooklyn. • David A. Deterly, Pharmacy; Natchez; Alpha Tau Omega. Eighth Row: • Diane J. Deuschle, Education; Tupelo. • Quinton H. Dickerson, L. A.; Petal. • James H. Dodds, L. A.; Jackson. • Phillip L. Doiron, Commerce; Vicksburg; Kappa Alpha. • William D. Donald. L. A.; Moorhead; Delta Kappa Epsilon. Ninth Row: • Betty J. Donaldson, L. A.; Brookhaven; Kappa Gamma. • Walter Terry Donaldson, Commerce; Oxford. • Donald. G. Doolittle, L. A.; Meridian. • Paul E. Dormeyer, L. A.; Cape Girardeau, Mo.; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Richard L. Dorris, Pharmacy; Hattiesburg. First Row: • Carl S. Downing, Law; Oxford. • Donald R. Downs, Law; Glen. • Roderick V. Draper, Commerce; • James B. Draughn, Jr., Commerce; Sigma Chi. • Charlotte L. Dreve, Education; Memphis, Tenn.; Kappa Kappa Gamma. Second Row: • Bettye C. Durrett, Education; Philadelphia; Delta Gamma. • Charles J. Eadie, L. A.; Dracut, Mass. • Verda A. Eadie, L. A.; University. • Timothy L. Eakes, Jr., L. A.; Philadelphia. • Katharine C. Eakin, L. A.; Jackson. Third Row: • Mary C. Easterby, L. A.; Vicksburg; Chi Omega. • William G. Eckhardt, L. A.; State College; Sigma Chi. • John D. Edmondson, Pharmacy; Calhoun City. • Bobby D. Edwards, Engineering; Water Valley. • Dorothy Edwards, Education; Jackson. Fourth Row: • Joan M. Edwards, Education; Indianola. • Julian H. Edwards, Jr., L. A.; Hernando; Delta Kappa • Mary E. Edwards, L. A.; Hickory Flat. • Guy K. Ellis, Jr., L. A.; Greenville; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Martha J. Evan, Education; Cape Girardeau, Mo. Fifth Row: • F. Gordon Evans, Pharmacy; McComb. • Kirk E. Evans, Commerce; Marcus, Iowa. • Martha Ellen Evans, L. A.; Quitman; Alpha Omicron Pi. • Jane Ewan, Education; Cape Girardeau, Mo. • Cyril T. Faneca, L. A.; Gulfport. Sixth Row: • Richard M. Farrell, Engineering; Hopedale; Sigma Phi Epsilon. • Linda J. Farris, Education; Alpha Omicron Pi. • Richard H. Fenstermacker, Commerce; Vicksburg; Phi Delta Theta. • Noel F. Ferguson, L. A.; Cabot, Ark.; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Marilyn J. Ferrell, L. A.; Sardis. Seventh Row: • Yvonne Ferrell, Education; Ashland. • George J. Ferry, Commerce; Waveland. • Anna B. Finger, Byhalia; D elta Gamma. • Linda C. Fite, Commerce; Water Valley; Phi Mu. • Zeb F. L. A.; McComb. Eighth Row: • Robert L. Flagler, Commerce; Chicago, Ill.; Kappa Sigma. • Kay D. Fleming, Commerce; Columbus; Delta Delta Delta. • Luther L. Fletcher, III, Bay St. Louis. • Carolyn D. Flowers, Commerce; Okolona; Alpha Delta Pi. • Helen P. Fairley, Mantachie. Ninth Row: • Bessie L. Ford, L. A.; Tillatoba. • Cecil A. Ford, Commerce; Taylorsville; Phi Delta Theta. • Fred A. Ford, Engineering; Vicksburg; Alpha Tau Omega. • Carolyn Ford, Commerce; Taylorsville; Kappa Delta. • David B. Forrester, Commerce; Wilmette, Ill.; Sigma Chi. First Row: • Herman W. Fortenberry, Commerce; Tylertown. • Mary E. Fortenberry, Education; Norfolk, Va. • Leslie J. Fossen, Engineering; Greenwood. • Raymond Fowle, Engineering; Jackson; Phi Delta Theta. • Herbert M. Frackenpohl, L. A.; Irvington, N.J.; Sigma Phi Epsilon. Second Row: • William H. Frazer, Commerce; Clarksdale; Phi Delta Theta. • Janet L. French, Commerce; Pass Christian; Phi Mu. • Omar T. Gaines, Commerce; luka; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Frank E. Gammill, Pharmacy; Union Church. • F. Ganzil, Engineering; Ahwaz, Iran. Third Row: • Alice A. Garner, Education; Ripley, Tenn.; Alpha Omicron Pi. • Norman A. Garrison, L. A.; Corinth. • John G. Gassaway, L. A.; Saltillo. • Edward L. Gaudet, L. A.; Natchez. • James S. George, L. A.; Monticello; Phi Delta Theta. Fourth Row: • Jimmy M. George, Commerce; Jackson. • Walter J. Gex, Law; Bay St. Louis; Kappa Sigma. • George D. Gibson, Engineer; McComb. • John W. Gill, L. A.; Temple, Tex.; Kappa Alpha. • Martha A. Gilliam, L. A.; Dallas, Tex.; Alpha Delta Pi. Fifth Row: • Patsy E. Glass, Commerce; Vicksburg. • John B. Glenn, Pharmacy; Brooksville. • Richard C. Glover, Commerce; Ocean Springs. • Ruby Bankston Commerce; Tunica; Chi Omega. • Mary Godfrey, L. A.; Meridian. Sixth Row: • Gerry W. Gooch, L. A.; Pontotoc; Delta Delta Delta. • Lanny L. Gooch, Education; Toccopola. • Paul K. Googe, L. A.; Charleston; Kappa Sigma. • Elizabeth A. Gordon, Commerce; Nettleton. • Martha W. L. A.; Florence; Chi Omega. Seventh Row: • Dorothy R. Graft, Education; Rolling Fork; Alpha Delta Pi. • Linda B. Grant, Commerce; Biloxi; Delta Gamma. • Walter E. Grantham, Law; Lambert. • Kirk Grantham, Commerce; Tupelo; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • Samuel T. Gray, Commerce; New Augusta. Eighth Row: • A. Green, L. A.; Jackson. • James M. Greene, Commerce; Byhalia. • Jackie L. Greenway, McGehee, Ark. • John G. Gregory, Commerce; Tupelo; Alpha Tau Omega. • Glenn C. Griffin, L. A; Baldwyn. Ninth Row: • Dale G. Griffith, Commerce; Prentiss. • James M. Gullett, L. A.; Elizabethtown, Ill.; Sigma Nu. • John R. Gunter, Engineering; Marks; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Van D. Gunter, L. A.; Natchez. • David H. Guyton, Commerce; Blue Mountain; Sigma Chi. First Row: • Sue E L. A.; Port Arthur, Texas; Chi Omega. • Joel W. Haden, L. A.; Dallas, Texas; Sigma Chi. • Emma Clark Hairston, Education; Columbus; Delta Gamma. • Sandra Pearl Hale, Education; Tupelo; Kappa Delta. e Travis E. Halford, Commerce; Jackson. Second Row: • Don C. L. A., Louisville; Alpha Tau Omega. • Richard D. Hall, Pharmacy; Nettleton. • W. Whaley Hall, Commerce; Pi Kappa Alpha; Trussville, Ala. • William E. Hamill, Pharmacy; Philadelphia; Sigma Nu. • Eugene F. Hamilton, Pharmacy; Olive Branch. Third Row: • Kay F. Hamilton, L. A.; State College; Delta Delta Delta. • Robert M. Hammers, Commerce; N. C.; Kappa Sigma. • Courtney A. Hammond, L. A.; Magnolia; Delta Gamma. • Byron G. Hannah, Commerce; Marks. • Katherine T. Hannah, Clarksdale. Fourth Row: • Frances E. Haraway, L. A.; Tenn.; Phi Mu. • Jo Ann Hardin, Education; Minter City; Phi Mu. • Billy W. Harp, L. A.; Vero Beach, Fla. • Donald R. Harper, L. A.; Greenwood; Sigma Chi. • Bradley Clark Harrington, Commerce; N. Y.; Phi Kappa Psi. Fifth Row: • Homer V. Harris, Commerce; Oxford. • Vida H. Harris, L. A.; Sledge; Alpha Omicron Pi. • Jimmy E. Hataway, L. A., Jackson. • Rowland S. Hawkins, Memphis, Tenn.; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Laura B. Haynes, L. A.; Columbia, Tenn.; Kappa Delta. Sixth Row: • Charles E. Haywood, L. A.; Tupelo; Sigma Chi. • Annie Laurie L. A.; Jackson; Kappa Delta. • Charles P. Henry, L. A.; Darling. • Marjorie Ann Herberger, Education; Columbia; Alpha Delta Pi. • Frank M. Herndon, Commerce; Columbia; Phi Kappa Psi. Seventh Row: Albert J. Herrington, L. A.; Magee. • Joan D. Commerce; Jackson. • David L. Hicks, L. A.; Magee; Sigma Nu. • Belinda J. Hill, L. A.; Brandon; Alpha Omicron Pi. • Sally Ann Hinsch, Education; Atlanta, Georgia; Phi Mu. Eighth Row: • James W. Hitchcock, Commerce; New Orleans, Louisiana; Sigma Chi. • Carol V. Hitzman, Pensacola, Florida. • K. L. Hoellen, L. A.; Glenview, Illinois. • Peggy Yvonne Holley , Fulton. • Margaret B. Holmes, Education; Delta Delta Delta. Ninth Row: • Martha G. Holmes, Education; Tunica; Chi Omega. • Sidney G. Holmes, L. A.; Waynesboro. • Connie Joe Hontzas, Education; Jackson. • Doris P. Hood, Education; Etta. • Henry Ervin Hooke, Commerce; Tunica; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. First Row: • Martha B. Hootsell, L. A.; Natchez; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Eleanor R. House, Education; Mineral Wells. • Guy L. Hovis, Commerce; Tupelo; Sigma Nu. ° Ben R. Howard, Commerce; Jackson; Sigma Nu. • John A. Howard, L. A.; Meridian, Second Row: • James M. Hudnall, Engineer; Meridian. • Rayford R. III, Pharmacy; Jackson; Sigma Chi. • Michael W. Hughes, L. A.; Jackson; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • Robert E. Commerce; Batesville. • Lela B. Hull, Education; Jackson. Third Row: Lillian J. Humber, L. A.; Clarksdale; Delta Delta Delta. • Jennie L. Hyde, L. A.; Oxford. • Linda L. Ineichen, L. A.; Rayville, La.; Alpha Omicron Pi. • Johnnie Carroll Ivy, Comme rce; Belmont. • Phillips H. Izard, J.., Engineering; Fulton. Fourth Row: • Georgia A. Jackson, Commerce; Coldwater; Kappa Delta. • Sterling G. Commerce; Jackson; Sigma Chi. • Loretta W. Education; • Floyd 0. James, Commerce; Sledge; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Mathilde L. Janvier, Education; New Orleans, La.; Kappa Kappa Gamma. Fifth Row: • Randolph L. Jennings, L. A.; Pleasant Grove. • Janet D. Jobe, L. A.; Ft. McPherson, Ga.; Alpha Delta Pi. • Carolyn K. Education; Senatobia; Delta Gamma. • Charlotte Q. Johnson, Education; Water Valley. • Henry E. Johnson, Engineering; Loretto, Tenn. Sixth Row: • John D. Johnson, Engineering; University; Sigma Chi. • Larry L. Johnson, Commerce; Forest; Sigma Chi. • Carolyn L. Education; Flora; Phi Mu. • Catherine G. Jones, L. A.; Vicksburg. • Cecil B. Jones, L. A.; Columbus; Kappa Alpha. Seventh Row: • Jack L. Jones, Commerce; Amory; Sigma Chi. • Jerry L. Jones, Commerce; McComb; Phi Delta Theta. • Patricia A. Jones, L. A.; Tenn. • Walter R. Jones, Jr., L. A.; Inverness; Phi Delta Theta. • Jack B. Jordan, Commerce; Kosciusko; Sigma Chi. Eighth Row: • Joseph J. Joseph, L. A.; Kosciusko. • Judith A. Josephson, Education; Flossmoor, Ill.; Delta Gamma. • Elizabeth A. Education; Oxford; Kappa Delta. • Gladys Jue, Pharmacy; Clarksdale. • Percy H. Kaigler, Engineering; Clarksdale. Ninth Row: • Nan K. Kaiser, L. A.; Louisville, Ky.; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Roy I. Kaplan, L. A.; Pickens; Phi Epsilon Pi. • DougIan A. Kaye, Commerce; Mississippi City. • Peggy A. Keady, Education; Greenville; Kappa Delta. • Robert A. Keeling, L. A.; Vicksburg; Sigma Phi Epsilon. First Row: • George C. Keith, L. A.; Jackson; Phi Delta Theta. • Emily J. Kendrick, Commerce; Water Valley. • Virginia H. Kennedy, Education; Pontotoc. • Martha E. Kerr, L. A.; Alexandria, Va.; Alpha Omicron Pi. • Carol A. Keyes, Education; Jackson. Second Row: • Kathryn C. Kimble, L. A.; Vicksburg. • James W. King, Commerce; Oxford. • John L. King, Oxford. • Mary L. King, L. A.; Dyersburg, Tenn. • Nancy A. Kincade, Education, Clarksdale; Delta Delta Delta. Third Row: • John N. Kirkham, L. A.; Jackson; Alpha Tau Omega. • Jean A. Lack, Education; Cleveland; Alpha Omicron Pi. • Linda J. Lackey, Education; Forest; CHi Omega. • Samuel A. Lackey, Commerce; Kappa Alpha. • Arthur A. Lacy, L. A.; Laurel. Fourth Row: • Mary E. Ladner, L. A.; Jackson. • Dennis M. Landry, Pharmacy; Biloxi. • Patricia A. Lane, Vidalia, La.; Alpha Delta Pi. • Rabian D. Lane, Commerce; Jackson; Sigma Nu. • Jimmy G. Lankford, Engineering; Clarksdale. Fifth Row: • Walter C. Larry, L. A.; Corona, Calif. • James E. Larson, Commerce; Water Valley. • Joseph B. Latham, Education; Hernando. • Matther J. Lautar, Commerce; West Point. • Dave R. Lawrence, L. A.; Biloxi; Sigma Phi Epsilon. Sixth Row: • Albert Laws, L. A.; Columbus; Kappa Alpha. • Howard 0. Leach, L. A.; Carthage; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Edgar H. Lee, Pharmacy; Greenville. • Frank Lee, Pharmacy; Lula. • Clayton T. Lewis, L. A.; Seventh Row: • Douglas B. Lewis, L. A.; Vicksburg; Phi Epsilon Pi. • James W. Liddell, Commerce, New Albany; Alpha Tau Omega. • Richard E. Lidstrom, Education; Ill. • Martha P. Liles, L. A.; Bruce. • Mary M. Lindsey, Commerce; Laurel. Eighth Row: • Dale C. Lingle, L. A.; Crystal Springs. • Ernest B. Lipscomb, Engineering; Vicksburg; Phi Delta Theta. • Jerry L. Little, L. A.; Raleigh; Alpha Delta Pi. • Linda H. Little, Education; Daytona Beach, Fla.; Alpha Delta Pi. • Nancy M. Laurel, L. A.; Laurel. Ninth Row: • Ivy J. Littlejohn, Commerce; Blue Springs. • Edward P. Lobrano, L. A.; Centreville; Kappa Sigma. • William L. Long, L. A.; Tupelo; Delta Kappa • Lucille W. Longino, Education; Jonestown; Chi Omega. Julius L. Lotterhos, L. A.; Crystal Springs. First Row: • Chester T. Lott, Commerce; Pascagoula; Sigma Nu. • William Lee Lovett, L. A.; Vicksburg; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Patricia Dair Lovorn, Education; Louisville. • Carol Clark Lowe, Education; Tupelo; Alpha Pi. • Ignatius Semmes Luckett, L. A.; Clarksdale; Kappa Alpha. Second Row: • Albert Brady Lum, Commerce; Port Gibson; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Judy Ann Lundberg, L. A.; Phi Mu. • John Francis Lynch, Engineering; Memphis, Tennessee; Beta Theta Pi. • Phil Maurice McAllister, Pharmacy; Oxford. • Sandra Faye Education; Brookhaven; Kappa Kappa Third Row: • Ward Thomas McCraney, L. A.; Laurel; Kappa Alpha. • Reba Elizabeth McCullouch, L. A.; Kappa Delta. • Joe M. McElwain, L. A.; Falkner; Sigma Nu. • John Cecil McEwen, Commerce; Oxford. • Thomas B. McGar, Commerce; Ripley; Sigma Nu. Fourth Row: • Mary Patricia MeGehee, L. A.; Jackson; Pi Beta Phi. • Robert Cullen McGehee, Pharmacy; Columbia; Kappa Sigma. • Louise W. McGreger, Education; Tupelo. • Charles Arthur McIntosh, L. A.; Meridian; Pi Kappa Alpha. • John Sharpless McIntyre, Keswick, Virginia; Kappa Alpha. Fifth Row: • Phyllis Lynne McIntyre, L. A.; Oxford; Alpha Delta Pi. • Prentiss Cartes McLaurin, L. A.; Greenwood; Alpha Tau Omega. • Frances Witty McLean, L. A.; Jackson; Alpha Omicron Pi. • Joan-Constance L. A.; Massapeguce, New York; Alpha Delta Pi. • Patricia Anne McMullan, Commmerce; Kappa Kappa Gamma. Sixth Row: • Phillip Allan McNamara, Commerce; Millington, Tennessee; Kappa Sigma. • Larry Gene McRae, L. A.; Menlo, Georgia. • Sibyl McRae, L. A.; Lexington; Chi Omega. • Martin Lanier McRober ts, L. A.; Jackson; Phi Delta Theta. • Michael Wayne McWeeny, Memphis, Tennessee; Pi Kappa Alpha. Seventh Row: • Linda Anne Mabus, Commerce; Jackson; Alpha Delta Pi. • Richard Stephen Machtolff, L. A.; Florence, Alabama. • Jan Melinda Maddox, L. A.; Mayfield, Kentucky; Chi Omega. • Robert Anthony Madeo, L. A.; Babylon, New York; Phi Kappa Theta. • Joe Phillip Magee, Engineering; Tylertown. Eighth Row: • Richard Magee, Commerce; Magee; Kappa Sigma. • Margie Joyce Malone, L. A.; Water Valley. • Myron Patrick Malone, Commerce; Darling. • Alex John Malouf, Commerce; Greenwood; Kappa Sigma. • Alfred Mitchell Malouf, Commerce; Greenwood. Ninth Row: • William Frederick Mann, L. A.; Oxford. • Eleanor Marshall, L. A.; Paducah, Kentucky; Pi Beta Phi. • Virginia Marshall, L. A.; Brookmol, Virginia. • Mary Lou Mashburn, Commerce; Jackson. • John Ronald Matheidas, L. A.; Dallas, Tex. First Row: • Sandra Anne Matheson, L. A.; Hattiesburg; Delta Delta Delta. • Sandra M. Mathis, Education; Water Valley. • Lisa Marilyn Mattox, L. A.; Verona. • Ken Taylor Mayhall, Commerce; Belmont; Sigma Phi Epsilon. • Lucie Lee Maynard, L. A.; Clarksdale. Second Row: • Lawrence A. Megel, Commerce; Memphis, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Joe Smith Mellon, L. A.; Bolton; Sigma Nu. • Billie Eugene Mercer, L. A.; Buckatunna. • Charles M. Merkel, Commerce; Leland; Sigma Chi. • Marilyn Michael, Education; Rosedale; Chi Omega. Third Row: • Edwin U. Miles, Education; Bruce. • Joe Mims, Commerce; Drew. • Virgil A. Minor, Pharmacy; Clarksdale; Sigma Chi. • Carla Mitchell, Commerce; Poplarville. • Margaret Nell Mitchell, Education; Winona. Fourth Row: • Mitchell Allan Mitchell, L. A.; Glencoe, Illinois; Alpha Tau Omega. • Ronald Arthur Mitchell, L. A.; Shreveport, Louisiana. • Chester Manly Molpus, University; Kappa Alpha. • Harold Bruce Moltrum, Commerce; Cary, Illinois. • Charles Leon Moniot, Pharmacy; Biloxi. Fifth Row: • George Smiley Monroe, Commerce; Newton; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Alice Gay Moody, Education; Zeta Tau Alpha. • Margaret Tipton Moody, L. A.; Huntsville, Alabama; Delta Gamma. • Bryce Benton Moore, L. A.; Jackson; Chi Omega. • Dudley Rook Moore, L. A.; Byhalia; Sigma Chi. Sixth Row: • Louise Moore, L. A.; Senatobia; Delta Delta Delta. • Sherry Ann Moore, L. A.; Memphis, Tennessee; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Marilyn S. Morgan, Sunflower; Kappa Delt. • Victor Mitchell Morgan, Engineering; Denmark. • William Andrew Morgan, Commerce; Coffeeville. Seventh Row: • Rosalene Morrison, L. A.; Utica; Kappa Delta. • John Arthur Mortimer, Commerce; Belzoni; Kappa Alpha. • Berton Frederick Mowers, L. A.; Aberdeen. • Dorthy Irene Mudget, L. A.; Los Banos, California. • Evelyn Murphy, Commerce; Flora. Eighth Row: • Alton Gleason Murray, L. A.; Enid, Oklahoma. • Hugh Calvin Murray, Education; Meadville. • Jean Myers, Commerce; West Point. • Nick Nail, Commerce; Hornlake; Phi Delta Theta. • Thomas Ellis Neal, Pharmacy; Morton. Ninth Row: • Rosalyn Neilson, Commerce; Oxford; Kappa Delta. • David Roland Nester, Commerce; Carthage. • Hunter Stevens Neubert, Law I; Okolona. • Theodore Elmer Newark, L. A.; Oxford. • Gerald George Graduate I; New York, New York. First Row: • William L. Nicholas, Commerce; Raymond; Sigma Phi Epsilon. • Alfred G. Nicols, L. A.; Morton; Sigma Chi. • Phillip B. Noble, L. A.; Jackson; Sigma Chi. • Elizabeth A. North, L. A.; Kenilworth, Ill.; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Terry E. Northup, Education; Tinley Park, Ill. Second Row: • Charles H. Noss, L. A.; State College, Pa. • Richard M. Nowell, Pharmacy; Philadelphia. • Robert L. Oakman, L. A.; Clarksdale. • William C. Ogletree, L. A.; McComb; Sigma Nu. • Van N. Oliphant, Portland, Tenn. Third Row: • Donna J. Olive, L. A.; Corinth. • Gerald N. Olsen, L. A.; Jackson; Pi. Kappa Alpha. • George A. Omas, L. A.; Biloxi. • James M. O ' Neal, Graduate; McComb. • John S. Oswald, L. A.; Syracuse, N.Y. Fourth Row: • Francis B. Owings, L. A.; Hattiesburg; Sigma Chi. • Robert W. Paine, Commerce; Kennett, Mo. • Nancy W. Parker, L. A.; Handsboro. • William D. Pate, Commerce; Hayti, Mo. • Jo Ann Payne, Education; Brandon; Delta Delta Delta. Fifth Row: • Mary H. Pegram, Commerce; Tupelo; Kappa Delta. • Charles S. Pendleton, Law; New Orleans, La. • William A. Pepper, L. A.; Belzoni; Sigma Nu. • Marion M. Perry, Engineering; Philadelphia; Alpha Tau Omega. • Nancy P. Person, Education; Water Valley. Sixth Row: • Ben M. Pettis, Commerce; Oxford; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Ann L. Phillips, Education; Eupora; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Don K. Phillips, Commerce; • Donald Pierce, L. A.; Louisville. • Betty D. Pifer, L. A.; Russellville, Ala. Seventh Row: • Cryrnes G. Pittman, L. A.; Mobile, Ala.; Phi Delta Theta. • Billy J. Plunk, Commerce; Bruce. • Carolyn Polk, L. A.; Jackson; Phi Mu. • Michael C. Pooley, Commerce; Jackson; Kappa Delta. • Anne C. Porter, L. A.; Clarksdale; Delta Gamma. Eighth Row: • Travis A. Powell, Commerce; Yazoo City. • Dartha L. Powers, Commerce; Somerville, Tenn.; Zeta Tau Alpha. • Maria H. Powers, Education; Lamont; Chi Omega. • Archie L. Pratt, Engineering; • Roy D. Prestage, Engineering; Water Ninth Row: • Nancy J. Preston, L. A.; Metuchen, N.J.; Zeta Tau Alpha. • George L. Price, Education; Greenwood. • Thomas J. Prince, Commerce; Macon; Sigma Chi. • Barbara A. Quinn, Education; Greenville; Zeta Tau Alpha. • Eustice G. Raines, Commerce; Jackson; Pi Kappa Alpha. First Row: • Terry James Raley, Pharmacy; Biloxi. • Terry Van Rankin, Engineering; Little Rock, Arkansas. • Jean Gilliland Rasberry, Education, Pontotoc. • Louis Dwayne Rash, Engineering; Gautier. • Edward Carl Railiff, Commerce; Clinton. Second Row: • Suzanne Gretcaen Ray, Commerce; Jackson; D elta Delta Delta. • William James Rawlings, Commerce; Rochester, New York; Sigma Phi Epsilon. • Arthur Earl Ray, Commerce; Tuscumbia, Alabama. • David Carroll Ready, L. A.; Oxford. • Harry Oscar True Redd, L. A.; Memphis, Tennessee; Phi Delta Theta. Third Row: • Douglas Eugene Reed, Commerce; Greenville. • Margaret Rebecca Reed, L. A.; Jackson, Tennessee; Delta Gamma. • Robin Ann Reed, L. A.; Fort Riley, Kentucky; Zeta Tau Alpha. • Franklin Louis Renault, Pharmacy; Coral Gables, Florida; Phi Kappa Theta. • Stephen Michael Rhodes, Commerce; Springfield, Missouri; Kappa Alpha. Fourth Row: o Kay Riddle, Education; Malden, Missouri. • George E. Rigby, Engineering; Livingston, New Jersey; Sigma Phi Epsilon. • Donnie Dean Riley, Law II; Quitman; Sigma Nu. • Larry Arnold Riley, Commerce; Sigma Nu. • Van Keith Riley, L. A.; Jackson; Phi Delta Theta. Fifth Row: • Linda Loyd Ritter, L. A.; Nashville, Tennessee; Delta Delta Delta. • Billy Gordon Roaten, L. A.; Tupelo. • William Howard Roberson, L. A.; Minter City; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Gaylen Cooper L. A.; Pascagoula; Sigma Nu. • Jimmy Price Roberts, L. A.; Fulton. Sixth Row: o Nancy Jean Roberts, L. A.; Memphis, Tennessee; Alpha Omicron Pi. • Samuel Howard Roberts, New Albany. • Mary Lawton Robertson, Gulfport; Alpha Omicron Pi. • Orville Gaston Robertson, Education; Batesville. • Patricia Lou Education; Oak Ridge, Tennessee; Alpha Pi. Seventh Row: o Jo Carole Rogers, L. A.; Frankfort, Kentucky; Kappa Delta. • Neal Doniphan Rogers, Pharmacy; Greenville. • Elmo Avery Rollins, L. A.; Summit. • Lynn Ross, Commerce; Oxford. • Rudolph John Roy, L. A.; Jackson; Phi Kappa Theta. Eighth Row: • Joyce Marie Roye, Education; Pontotoc. • Joseph Oscar Rubert, Commerce; Germantown, Tennessee; Alpha Epsilon Pi. • A vnis Lynne Ruble, Pharmacy; West Point; Delta De lta Delta. • James Louis Rueff, Commerce; McComb; Sigma Nu. • James Franklin Russell, L. A.; Jackson; Sigma Chi. Ninth Row: • Linda Lou Russell, L. A.; Thaxton. • Alva H. Rutledge, Engineering; Oxford. • Thomas Frank Ryan, Commerce; Crystal Lake, Illinois; Kappa Sigma. • Susan L. Sadler, L. A.; New Orleans; Delta Gamma. • Lydia Mary Salloum, L. A.; Gulfport. First Row: • Glenn R. Stamford, L. A.; Steele, Mo.; Sigma Pi. • Susanne L. Samuelson, Education; Watseka, Ill.; Zeta Tau Alpha. • Beverly D. Sanders, Carthage; Delta Gamma. • Henry J. Sanders, L. A.; McComb; Phi Delta Theta. • William L . Commerce; Oxford; Kappa Alpha. Second Row: • Nahtoma M. Sanderson, Commerce; Fulton. • Freddie K. Sandige, L. A.; Memphis, Tenn.; Chi Omega. • James P. Sansing, L. A.; Newton. • Amye S. Commerce; Water Valley. • Richard C. Santa, Engineering; Whitemarsh, Md. Third Row: • Robert W. Saul, Engineering; Hattiesburg; Alpha Tau Omega. • Sandra Scarbrough, L. A.; Meadville; Delta Delta Delta. • David 0. Scharr, Engineering; Ocean Springs. • Sandra L. Schillinger, Education; Alexandria, Va.; Zeta Tau Alpha. • John R. Schwalje, Commerce; Metuchen, N.J.; Kappa Sigma. Fourth Row: • David J. Sconyers, L. A.; Vienna, Va. • Lynn H. Scott, L. A.; Cincinnati, Ohio; Chi Omega. • Francis E. Scrivener, L. A.; Memphis, Tenn. • Peggy Selby, Education; Charleston; Phi Mu. • Charles E. Sessions, Commerce; Woodville; Kappa Sigma. Fifth Row: • Jack B. Sewell, L. A.; Natchez; Sigma Nu. • Emmett E. Shaw, L. A.; Springfield, Tenn. • Don W. Sheffield, Education; Dorsey. • Harold H. Sheffield, Pharmacy; Fulton. • Phillip A. Sheffield, L. A.; Fulton. Sixth Row: • Walter E. Shettlemore, Commerce; Biloxi. • Robert E. Siedell, Commerce; Pascagoula. • John S. Simpson, Commerce; Houston; Sigma Nu. • James R. Sims, Education; Pittsboro. • Gale Sinnott, L. A.; El Dorado, Ark.; Phi Mu. Seventh Row: • Scotty W. Skinner, Commerce; Belmont. • Hazel E. Slater, L. A.; Coahoma. • Jack C. Slay, L. A.; Crystal Springs. • Harvey M. Smallwood, Commerce; Laurel; Kappa Alpha. • Cecil 0. Smith, Jackson. Eighth Row: • Hugh V. Smith, Law; Fort McClellan, Ala. • Joseph L. Smith, L. A.; Blytheville, Ark. • Kathy E. Smith, Education; McComb. • Milton S. Smith, L. A.; Centreville; Kappa Sigma. • Patricia L. Smith, L. A.; Biloxi. Ninth Row: • Paula K. Smith, L. A.; Picayune; Phi Mu. • Sue F. Smith, Education; Eutaw, Ala. • Sydney A. Smith, I.. A.; Jackson; Phi Delta Theta. • Thomas L. Smith, L. A.; Jackson Phi Delta Theta. • Wilson H. Smith, Pharmacy; Brookhaven. First Row: • William E. Sowell, Commerce; Senatobia. • James E. Spear, L. A.; Oxford. • James W. Speck, L. A.; Blue Springs. • Joe L. Speed, Commerce; Jackson; Kappa Alpha. • James E. Spence, Engineering; Second Row: • Herbert J. Stelly, Law; Arnaudville, Louisiana. • R. Darryl Stewart, Engineering; Liberty. • Robert N. Stockett, Commerce; Jackson; Kappa Alpha. • William D. Stogner, Commerce; Terry; Kappa Sigma. • David E. Stone, Commerce; Greenwood. Third Row: • Tommy F. Stone, Commerce; Little Rock, Ark.; Kappa Sigma. • Thomas E. Stout, Commerce; • Harry C. Strauss, Law; Jackson; Kappa Alpha. • Don W. Strickland, L. A.; Corinth. • Claude A. Sudduth, Commerce; Tupelo. Fourth Row: • George M. Swindoll, Law; Calhoun City; Beta Theta Pi. • James B. Sykes, Commerce; Mendenhall; Sigma Chi. • Foe M. Tan, Graduate; Taiwan, China. • John C. Tardy, L. A.; Helena, Ark.; Kappa Sigma. • Roger P. Tatum, L. A. Fifth Row: • Boyce A. Taylor, Pharmacy; Ocean Springs. • Ruth A. Taylor, L. A.; Gulfport; Delta Delta Delta. • J. Teller, L. A.; Vicksburg; Sigma Chi. • Thomas B. Tenfelde, Commerce; Grand Rapids, Mich.; Delta Psi. • Barbara J. Tennyson, Education; Memphis, Tenn.; Kappa Kappa Gamma. Sixth Row: • Ellen. A. Terrell, L. A.; Columbia; Delta Delta Delta. • Kate F. Terrell, Education; Memphis, Tenn.; Chi Omega. • John H. Thames, L. A.; Jackson; Kappa Alpha. • Richard W. Thielker, L. A.; Wantagh, N.Y.; Phi Kappa Psi. • Johnny J. Thomas, Commerce; Hayti, Mo. Seventh Row: • Larry N. Thomas, Pharmacy; Morton. • William E. Thomas, L. A.; Union. • Joe F. Thomason, Memphis, Tenn. • Sarah J. Thompson, L. A.; Jackson; Chi Omega. • Dianne B. Thorne, L. A.; Meridian. Eighth Row: • Billy W. Thornton, Commerce; Carthage; Beta Theta Pi. • Sylvia K. Thornton, L. A.; Okalona. • William C. Tompkins, Pharmacy; Greenville. • Jessie H. Toney, Education; Meridian; Delta Gamma. • Anne J. Touart, Education; University. Ninth Row: • Paula J. Travers, L. A.; Bethesda, Md. • William D. Trahan, L. A.; Biloxi; Sigma Nu. • Susan Trapp, Education; Tuscumbia, Ala.; Delta Delta Delta. • Billy B. Trimble, Commerce; Ruleville; Sigma Chi. • Jeff J. Troyka, Engineering; Tupelo; Delta Kappa Epsilon. First Row: • Jeff P. Truly, L. A.; Fayette. • William Edrington Trusty, L. A.; Shreveport, Louisiana; Kappa Alpha. • Louis Hampton Turner, Engineering; McComb. • Mary Elizabeth Turner, Commerce; Bruce. • Robert Edward Turner, Commerce; Wicklitte, Kentucky. Second Row: • Donald Brooks Tyler, Commerce; Bruce. • Wallace Ray Vance, Pharmacy; Union; Lambda Chi Alpha. • Inez M. Varnado, Education; Corinth; Kappa Delta. • William Hutcherson Vaughan, L. A.; Jackson; Kappa Sigma. • Don Lou Vigour, Education; Gulfport; Alpha. Delta Pi. Third Row: • Mailande Martin Vise, L. A.; Meridian; Chi Omega. • Tal H. Ward, L. A.; St. Petersburg, Florida. • Earl W. Wardlaw, Engineering; Vicksburg. • Edward Wagner, Engineering; Deerpark, New York. • Walden, Engineering; Humboldt, Tenn.; Delta Delta Delta. Fourth, Row: • David Lynn Walker, L. A.; Jackson. • Edmund J. Walker, Commerce; Biloxi; Sigma Phi Epsilon. • Sallie Boyles Walker, Education; Batesville. • Charles T. Wallace, L. A.; Horn Lake. • Mary Hicks Wallace, Education; Union City, Tennessee; Delta Gamma. Fifth Row: • William Estes Wallace, Pharmacy; Laurel. • Ann Crawford Waller, L. A.; Gulfport; Delta Gamma. • Joe David Warrington, Engineering; Lambert. • L. Warrington, L. A.; Lambert. • Jed W. Watkins, L. A.; Jackson. Sixth Row: • Tilda Gail Webb, L. A.; Tampa, Florida; Chi Omega. • Cleveland Gray Webber, Commerce; Virginia; Kappa Alpha. • David Edward Weeks, L. A.; Madison. • James L. Weir, Commerce; Newton. • Margaret Ann Westbrook, L. A.; Jackson; Kappa Delta. Seventh Row: • Janice Marie Wetzler, Commerce; Somerville, Tenn. Phi Mu. • Earl H. Wheat, Commerce; Enid; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Betty York Whitaker, Education; Batesville. • Corinne Smith Wiggins, L. A.; Cleveland; Delta Delta Delta. • Henry Albert Wigley, Commerce; Clarksdale; Kappa Sigma. Eighth Row: • Rosalie E. Wilkerson, Education; Vicksburg; Delta Delta Delta. • George Stephen Wilkes, Commerce; Shaw; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Thurston E. Wilkes, L. A.; Picayune; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Charles L. Pharmacy; Meadville. • James E. Williams, L. A.; Osyka; Beta Theta Pi. Ninth Row: • Richard Frank Williams, Commerce; Kansas City, Missouri. • Ruth Ann Williams, Education; Phi Mu. • Wanda June Williams, Education; Thaxton. • James Ellis Williamson, Commerce; City. • William Lee Williamson, Pharmacy; Vicksburg. First Row: • Linda L. Williford, L. A.; Greenwood. • Harry M. Wilson, Commerce; Rosedale; Kappa Alpha. • M. Wilson, Education; Vicksburg; Kappa Delta. • Elizabeth A. Wilson, L. A.; Picayune; Alpha Pi. • Miriam 0. Wilson, L. A.; Jackson; Chi Omega. Second Row: • Sarah E. Wilson, L. A.; Jackson; Delta Gamma. • Thomas S. Wilson, L. A.; Arlington, Va.; Sigma Phi Epsilon. • Linda M. Wing, Commerce; Jonestown. • Robert W. Witty, Commerce; Vicksburg; Kappa Alpha. • George H. Wolfe, Commerce; Columbia; Sigma Chi. Third. Row: • Jack William Wood, Engineering; Blytheville, Ark. • Nancy R. Wood, Education; Fulton. • Lynn G. Worley, Education; Flossmoor; Chi Omega. • Jerry D. Worsham, Education; Horn Lake. • Robert Commerce; Corinth; Sigma Chi. Fourth Row: • Charles M. Worthy, Commerce; University. • R. Harmon Yarber, Commerce; Red Bay, Ala. • Betty E. Yarborough, L. A.; Pickens; Chi Omega. • Thomas D. Yarbrough, L. A.; Gulfport. • William Yates, Engineering; Philadelphia; Sigma Chi. Fifth Row: • Robert Ware Yelverton, L. A.; Hattiesburg; Sigma Chi. • William E. York, Engineering; Batesville. • Connie S. Young, Commerce; Booneville. • Patia A. Young, L. A.; Memphis, Tenn.; Alpha Delta Pi. • Robert B. Young, Commerce; Fayetteville, Tenn. Sixth Row: • Edward B. Bond, L. A.; Silver City; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • James Conway Dabney, L. A.; Gulfport; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Richard E. Vandemark, Comm.; Memphis, Tenn. First Row: • Hirschel T. Abbott, Jr ., Commerce; Clarksdale; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Sylvania N. L. A.; Oxford. • Thomas G. Abernathy, Jr., Commerce; Okolona; Phi Delta Theta. • Gerald E. Abraham, II, Commerce; Greenville; Kappa Alpha. • Gardner S. Adams, Jr., Commerce; Bogalusa, La.; Alpha Tau. Omega. Second Row: • Gordon R. Adams, L. A.; Richmond, Ky. • Philip R. Adams, L. A.; Marks. • Jan G. Adelman, Owensboro, Ky. • Gordon G. Aden, Indianola. • Howard S. Ainsworth, L. A.; Florence, Ala. Third Row: • Dorothy K. Akin, Education; Jackson; Delta Gamma. • Harry G. Alderson, Commerce; Oxford; Kappa Sigma. • Carolyn P. L. A.; Pope; Phi Mu. • Walter P. Aldridge, Commerce; Greenwood; Sigma Chi. • Judy I. Alford, Commerce; McComb; Chi Omega. Fourth Row: • Raymond A. L. A.; Greenville. • Jerry P. Allen, Commerce; Kosciusko; Sigma Chi. • John N. Allen, Commerce; Laurel; Phi Kappa Psi. • Sidney C. Allen, L. A.; Bellefontaine. • Gordon A. Commerce; Germantown, Tenn.; Kappa Alpha. Fifth Row: • Claudia K. Ambrose, L. A.; Roselle New • Ethelyn Ames, L. A.; Hattiesburg; Delta Delta Delta. • Carol A. Anderson, L. A.; Batesville; Phi Mu. • E. Carolyn Anderson, L. A.; Ripley; Delta Gamma. • James F. Anderson, Jr., L. A.; Jackson; Beta Theta Pi. Sixth Row: • Austin A. Arnold, L. A.; Sardis. • Harry T. L. A.; Tenn.; • John H. Arrington, L. A.; Wichita Falls, Texas. • William George Artner, L. A.; Chicago, Ill. • Najean Sue Attebery, L. A.; Meteirie, La.; Alpha Omicron Pi. Seventh Row: • Fairy L. Austin, Education; Doddsville. • Joseph G. Austin, Commerce; Lake Cormorant. • Martha I. Austin, L. A.; Memphis, Tenn.; Zeta Tau Alpha. • Robert R. Austin, Engineering; Memphis, Tenn. • Nancy Awad, L. A.; Jackson. Eighth Row: • Curtis P. Ayres, Engineering; Holly Springs; Alpha Tau Omega. • John H. Ayres, L. A.; Columbus. • William T. Baddley, Jr., Commerce; Jackson; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Katrina T. Bailey, Commerce; Delta Gamma. • Rita A. L. A.; Steele, Missouri; Zeta Tau Alpha. Ninth Row: • James Larvis Baker, Commerce; Corinth; Alpha Tau Omega. • Janellen Baker, L. A.; Dyer, Tenn. • William E. Baker, Commerce; Indianola; Phi Delta Theta. • David A. Ball, L. A.; Columbia. • Elizabeth A. Ballard, L. A.; Tupelo; Phi Mu. First Row: • Madlyn A. Balsamo, L. A.; Beaumont, Texas; Zeta Tau Alpha. • Agnes M. Banchetti, Commerce; Phi Mu. • Betty L. Bardin, L. A.; Jackson; Alpha Omicron Pi. • Walter B. Barlow, Commerce; McComb. • Anna M. Barnes, L. A.; Columbia; Kappa Kappa Gamma. Second Row: • Arthur D. Barnes, L. A.; Pascagoula; Alpha Tau Omega. • Clifford E. Barnett, L. A.; Bay Springs; Sigma Nu. • Jack Commerce; Gulfport; Phi Kappa Psi. • Theodore R. Barszczewski, L. A.; Pa. • Jimmie D. Engineering; Calhoun City. Third Row: • Frances M. Bass, L. A.; Nashville, Tenn.; Delta Gamma. • Nancy B. Bass, Education; Hazlehurst; Delta Gamma. • Stephen L. Beach, L. A.; Jackson; Sigma Nu. • Dorothy J. Bearden, Education; Summit; Phi Mu. • Melba J. Beasley, L. A.; W. La.; Phi Mu. Fourth Row: • Gary F. Beaupre, L. A.; Grosse Pte, Mich. • Fred A. Bell, Commerce; Kosciusko; Sigma Chi. • Jerry V. Bell, Commerce; Kosciusko. • George H. Bergold, Pharmacy; McComb; Phi Delta Theta. • Melanie P. Bernard, Education; Lakewood, Ohio; Alpha Omicron Pi. Fifth Row: • Barbara T. Berry, Education; Washington, D. C.; Alpha Delta Pi. • Leonard G. Bethards, Engineering; Miami, Fla. • Helen S. Bickerstaff, Education; Mord, Ark.; Phi Mu. • Joyce M. Bickerstaff, Education; Batesville. • Anne F. L. A.; Sumner; Chi Omega. Sixth Row: • Oliver L. Billingslea, L. A.; Camden, Miss. • Frances D. Binford, Commerce; Tupelo, Miss.; Delta Delta Delta. • Drue D. Birmingham, Jr., Law; Olive Branch, Miss. • Carr M. Black, Commerce; Jackson, Miss.; Phi Delta Theta. • Adele Blackburn, Vicksburg, Miss.; Delta Delta Delta. Seventh Row: • Gerald H. Blessey, L. A.; Biloxi, Miss. • Carol A. Bloch, Commerce; Fort Lauderdale, Fla. • Nancy Blue L. A.; Ocean Springs; Alpha Delta Pi. • James E. Bolen, Jr., Engineering; Clarksdale. • John W. Bolich, Engineering; Wadsworth, Ohio; Phi Delta Theta. Eighth Row: • James L. Bonner, Law; Tillatoba; Alpha Tau Omega. • Samuel F. Bonrcci, Jr., Commerce; Trenton, N. J. • Kenneth C. Boone, L. A.; Kosciusko; Sigma Chi. • Marilyn A. Boothe, Education; Laurel; Delta Gamma. • Barbara S. Borum, Education; Rossville, Tenn.; Kappa Kappa Gamma. Ninth Row: • Douglas B. Bosse, L. A.; Memphis, Tenn. • George H. Boutwell, Engineering; Laurel. • Robert P. L. A.; Stoneville. • David L. Bradley, Pkasanton, Kan.; Sigma Phi Epsilon. • Sylvia L. Bradley, Commerce; Jackson; Kappa Delta. First Row: • R. E. Branch, L. A.; Shelby; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Sedley C. Branton, Pharmacy; Columbia. • William J. Brasher, Commerce; Jackson, Tenn. • Hugh E. Brazil, Commerce; Tarboro, N. C. • Hugh D. Brewer, Commerce; Senatobia. Second Row: • E. Bruce Bridges, Commerce; Belzoni. • Robert P. Broom, Engineering; Campbell, Mo.. • James T. Brown, L. A.; Ripley. • Karon L. Brown, L. A.; Canton. • William C. Brown, L. A.; Rosedale. Third Row: • William C. Brown, Commerce; Senatobia; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Janice R. Brower, L. A.; Lambert, Zeta Tau Alpha. • Catharine P. Bryan, Education; West Point; Chi Omega. • John R. Bryan, Belzoni; Sigma Chi. • Edith B. Bryson, Sheffield, Ala. Fourth Row: • George W. Buffaloe, L. A.; Oxford. • Carol Buffington, Education; Magee. • Sonia L. Buffington, Education; Canton; Phi Mu. • Michael F. Bumstead, L. A.; Dallas, Tex.; Sigma Pi. • Frances E. Burnett, L. A.; Union City, Tenn.; Delta Gamma. Fifth Row: • Glenda E. Burns, L. A.; Lumberton. • Alexis K. Busby, L. A.; McComb; Chi Omega. • Dorothy A. Butler, L. A.; Greenville; Chi Omega. • Keturah B. Butler, Commerce; Belen; Chi Omega. • David A. Buitross, Commerce; Natchez; Alpha Tau Omega. Sixth Row: • Timothy M. Cable, L. A.; Louisville, Ky.; Alpha Tau Omega. • Johnnie B. Cain, L. A.; University; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Charles A. Caldwell, Amory. • James E. Caldwell, Engineering; Jackson; Phi Kappa Psi. • Sarah A. Calhoun, L. A.; Jackson. Seventh Row: • William E. Cameron, Engineering; Oakmont, Pa. • Richard W. Carlson, L. A.; Norwood, Mass. • Carolyn H. Carlton, L. A.; Sumner; Kappa Delta. • W. Carlton, Chemistry; Greenville; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • Judy L. Carrington, Chemistry; Tenn.; Delta Gamma. Eighth Row: • Mary J. Carroll, Education; White Haven, Tenn.; Phi Mu. • Rebecca A. Carson, Commerce; Halls, Tenn. • Carolyn A. Carter, Commerce; Clarksville, Tenn. • Gerald H. Center, Commerce; Clearwater, Fla. • Charles R. Chambers, Pharmacy; Gulfport; Delta Kappa Epsilon. Ninth Row: • Anne Champion, L. A.; Leesburg, Fla. • Jimmy W. Champion, Commerce; Oxford. • Jerry C. L. A.; Millington, Tenn. • Jesse M. Chase, Jr., Commerce; Jackson; Sigma Nu. • Kaye P. Chavers, Education; Canton; Alpha Delta Phi. First Row: • Sara C. Chershire, Education; Nashville, Tenn.; Zeta Tau Alpha. • Marilyn J. Childs, Commerce• Tenn. • Charles P. Chisholm, Education; Jackson. • Louise B. Chittom, L. A.; Water Valley; Alpha Omicron Pi. • Lena B. Choo, L. A.; Second Row: • Edwin Chu, L. A.; Greenville. • Joanne E. Clark, L. A.; Oxford. • John C. Clark, Jr., Commerce; Greenwood. • June E. Clark, Education; Tuscumbia, Ala. • Katherine T. Clark, L. A.; Jackson. Third Row: • Joanna G. Education; Covington, La.; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Thomas F. Cleveland, L. A.; Jackson; Sigma Chi. • Joyce L. Cobb, Commerce; Sardis. • Dorothy W. Coco, L. A.; Alexandria, La.; Chi Omega. • Curtis E. Jr., L. A.; Jackson. Fourth Row: • Barbara A. Cole, Education; Oxford; Alpha Delta Pi. • Judith Ann Collins, Education; Honolulu, • Mary L. L. A.; Nashville, Tenn.; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Joyce G. Condra, Franklin, La. Carolyn E. Coney, Education; Magnolia; Kappa Delta. Fifth Row: • David X. Cottrell, Commerce; Gulfport; Phi Delta Theta. • Thomas J. Couch, L. A.; Tuscumbia; Pi Kappa Alpha, • Anna K. Cox, L. A.; Jackson; Alpha Omicron Pi. • Jimmy L. L. A.; Wynne, Arkansas; Phi Delta Theta. • Mary Moore Craige, Tenn.; Kappa Delta. Sixth Row: • Carl E. Crider, L. A.; Jonesboro, Ark.; Sigma Phi Epsilon. • Marshall Criss, Engineering; Memphis, Tenn.; Sigma Nu. • Judith A. Creswell, L. A.; Milan, Tenn.; Phi Mu. • Farra J. Crenshaw, L. A.; Union City, Tenn.; Delta Gamma. • E. Wayne Crocker, L. A.; Calhoun City; Beta Theta Pi. Seventh Row: • Jon A. Crocker, L. A.; Bruce; Kappa Alpha. • Servetus Perkins " Billy " Crockett, Commerce; Holly Springs; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Annie E. Cross, LePanto, Arkansas; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Robert C. Cross, Jr., L. A.; Florida. • R. F. Cross, Commerce; Meridian; Pi Kappa Alpha. Eighth Row: • Sheila E. Crouch, Commerce; McMinnville, Tenn. • Madelane P. L. A.; Winona; Delta Della Delta. • William T. Crutcher, Commerce; Nesbitt; Kappa Alpha. • Mary J. Cunningham, Education; Parks; Alpha Omicron Pi. • Gilford F. Dobbs, III, Commerce; Aberdeen. Ninth Row: • Bobby D. Dalton, Commerce; Oxford. • Lonnie C. Dalton, Pharmacy; Corinth. • Beryl G. Daniel, St. Franciville, La.; Phi Delta Theta. • Douglas McArthur Daniel, Commerce; Albany, Ga.; Alpha Tau Omega. • Jerry B. Dantone, Commerce; Alpha Tau Omega. First Row; • A. Jill Davis, Wiggins. • Curtis R. Davis, Commerce; Morton. • Grace M. Davis, Commerce; Greenwood; Phi Mu. • Jan P. Davis, L. A.; Shelby; Delta Delta Delta. • Katie E. David, L. A.; Second Row: • Robert E. Davis, Pharmacy; Jackson; Sigma Phi Epsilon. • Henry B. Dearman, L. A.; Carthage; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Diane M. Dedeaux, L. A.; Forest. • Jimmy G. Dedeaux, Commerce; Gulfport; Phi Kappa Psi, • Inmond L. Deen, L. A.; Ripley; Kappa Sigma. Third Row: • James W. Deese, L. A.; Greenville. • Ligia P. Delgadillo, Commerce; Managua, Nicaragua. • C. Dellinger, L. A.; York, Pa.; Phi Kappa Psi. • Gary L. Densing, Education; Oxford. • Margaret M. Denton, L. A.; Memphis, Tenn.; Chi Omega. Fourth Row: • Linda Dilworth, Education; Shelby; Chi Omega. • Charles L. Doherty, Pharmacy; St. La. • Sherry A. Donald, Education; DeSoto; Alpha Pi. • Mary Dong, Education; Drew. • Thomas J. Dowdle, Commerce; Carthage. Fifth Row: • Carol Drake; Memphis, Tenn.; Alpha Delta Pi. • Raymond Michael Drew, Commerce; Lisbon Falls, Maine; Sigma Phi Epsilon. • Mitchell 0. Commerce; Dublin, Ga. • William A. Dunavant, Commerce; Millington, Tenn.; Sigma Nu. • James B. Duncan, Education; Itta Bena; Pi Kappa Alpha. Sixth Row: • Lynn H. Dunlap, Commerce; Oxford. • Henry A. Duperier, Commerce; Jackson; Kappa Alpha. • Charles L. Duval, Commerce; Woodville; Phi Kappa Psi. • Thomas G. Dye, Pharmacy; Wayne, Ark.; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Verde A. Eadie, L. A.; University. Seventh Row: • Ray C. Earls, Commerce; Steele Mo.; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Nellanne Earthman, Commerce; Brooks A.F.B., Tex. • Larry Byron Easterling, Engineering; Pontotoc. • Joan Ramey Ebbing, Education; Oxford; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Joyce Ramey Oxford; Kappa Kappa Gamma. Eighth Row: • Alma Josephine Edmondson, L. A.; Vardaman; Phi Mu. • Ben Garrett Edmonson, L. A.; Magee; Kappa Sigma. • C. Elaine Edwards, L. A.; Monticello, Ark.; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Henry Banks Edwards, Jr., Commerce; Houston, Tex. • John Edward Ellis, Law; Vicksburg. Ninth Row: • Robert Rufus Ellis, Commerce; Memphis, Tenn.; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Patricia Ann Ellison, L. A.; Meridian; Alpha Omicron Pi. • Lynda Ely, L. A.; Parchman. • Catherine Darnall English, L. A.; Coral Gables, Fla.; Delta Gamma. • George Alexander Everett, Jr., L. A.; Greenwood; Phi Delta Theta. First Row: • Richard E. Evers, Commerce; Memphis, Tenn.; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Sara Lou Fair, Education; Tenn.; Alpha Omicron Pi. • Stewart L. Fair, L. A.; Louisville. • John T. Faloon, Commerce; Fishkill, N. Y. • Hooper D. Farmer, Education; Second Row: • William R. Ferdon, L. A.; Morco, La. • Richard J. Field, Commerce; Vicksburg. • Nathan S. Fisher, L. A.; Baton Rouge, La.; Phi Epsilon Pi. • Edward Fleming, Commerce; Greenwood; Delta Psi. • Charles K. Floyd, L. A.; Meridian; Alpha Tau Omega. Third Row: • Lewis R. Floyd, Commerce; Jackson; Phi Kappa Psi. • Sara C. Flynt, Education; Jackson; Alpha Pi. • John W. Ford, Engineering; Laurel. • Lou A. Ford, L. A.; Crystal Springs; Phi Mu. • Norma J. Fooshee, Commerce; Oxford. Fourth Row: • George S. Forrester, L. A.; Oxford. • Fred S. Fortenberry, Pharmacy; Carthage; Beta Theta Pi. • Bobby G. Fortner, Engineering; Columbus. • A. Fowler, Commerce; Jackson; Delta Gamma. • Angelo A. Franco, L. A.; Vicksburg; Kappa Alpha. Fifth Row: • Ronald A. Franklin, Commerce; Oxford; Sigma Epsilon. • John C. Freeman, L. A.; Memphis, Tenn.; Alpha Tau Omega. • Gordon W. Friedel, L. A.; Bourbon, Kan. • Lady M. Fyfe, L. A.; Iuka; Chi Omega. • Thomas A. Gaither, Engineering; Perry Hall, Maryland. Sixth Row: • Michael L. Galyean, Arts; Corinth; Sigma Chi. • Carolyn Gallaspy, L. A.; Monroe, La.; Phi Mu. • Robert C. Galloway L. A.; Gulfport; Sigma Nu. • Judith A. Gamard, L. A.; Pass Christian. • William R. Gambrell, Jr., Education; Houston. Seventh Row: • Johnny C. Gammill, Commerce; Eupora; Phi Delta Theta. • Robert M. Gannon, L. A.; Doylestown, La. • Malinda W. Gard, L. A.; Houston, Texas; Alpha Delia Pi. • Amanda C. Gardner, L. A.; Booneville. • Dewey D. Garner, Pharmacy; Raleigh; Sigma Nu. Eighth Row: • Thomas J. Garnett, L. A.; Hannibal, Mo. • Robert L. Garrett, L. A.; Jackson; Phi Delta Theta. • Sam Garrett, Commerce; Anguilla. • Christine Gates, Commerce; Oxford. • Marvin J. Gay, Commerce; Little Rock, Ark. Ninth Row: • Robert L. Genin, Commerce; Louis. • William P. Gerred, L. A.; Oxford; Delta Psi. • Taha Ghabbour, Engineering; Damascus, Syria. • Janice C. Gibson, Education; Jackson; Kappa Delta. • Stella E. Gillis, L. A.; New Orleans, La. First Row: • Judith A. Gilmore, L. A.; Mexico City; Mexico. • Richard S. Glaze, L. A.; Jackson; Phi Delta Theta. • Patricia J. Godwin, L. A.; Featus, Mo.; Alpha Delta Pi. • Wesley E. Godwin, L. A.; Jackson; Sigma Chi. • Kung Woo Gong, Jr., Pharmacy; Boyle. Second Row: • Charlotte Irene " Rena " Goodman, Commerce; Cary. • Thomas 0. Gore, L. A.; Water Valley. • Doy D. Gorton, L. A.; Greenville; Kappa Alpha. • Walter M. Gorton, Pharmacy; Belzoni; Kappa Alpha. • A. Gowan, Commerce; Jackson; Kappa Alpha. Third R ow: • Charles L. Graeber, Commerce; Yazoo City; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • George Gragson, L. A.; Belzoni; Kappa Alpha. • Hardy P. Graham, L. A.; Union City, Tenn.; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Phyllis M. Grant, Grenada; Delta Delta Delta. • Ann Lucinda " Cindy " Gantham, L. A.; Jackson; Kappa Kappa Gamma. Fourth Row: • Margaret Bracy " Maggie " Grantham, L. A.; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Pat H. Graves, Jr., Pharmacy; Jackson. • Virginia A. Graves, Education; Jackson. • Thomas T. Gray, Commerce; Mooreville; Sigma Phi Epsilon. • John B. Green, Engineering; Franklinton, La.; Phi Delta Theta. Fifth Row: • Pauline S. Green, Education; Jackson. • Sidney R. Gremillion, Pharmacy; Gulfport; Beta Theta Pi. • Sue E. Griffin, L. A.; Jackson; Kappa Delta. • Judith N. Grugett, Education; Covington, Tenn. • A. Guincy, L. A.; Vicksburg; Phi Mu. Sixth Row: • Victoria A. Guion, Education; Bentonia. • Virgil B. Gunter, Commerce; McComb; Sigma Nu. • Getta H. Guyton, L. A.; Memphis, Tenn. • Judy Haag, Meridian; Zeta Tau Alpha. • Caroline V. Haig, L. A.; Milwaukee, Wis.; Alpha Omicron Pi. Seventh Row: • Judith A. Education; Cabool, Mo. • J. Hale, Education; Memphis, Tenn. • Hughlene Hall, L. A.; Greenville. • Mary Neal Hall, Education; Canton; Delta Delta Delta. • Kenneth E. Hamilton, Commerce; Springfield, Mo. Eighth Row: • Martha L. Hamilton, L. A.; Jackson; Chi Omega. • Glyn W. Hanberry, Commerce; Greenville. • V. Hanna, Commerce; Pa. • Maury M. Haraway, L. A.; Olive Branch; Alpha Tau Omega. • Ann Hardin, Education; Greenwood; Phi Mu. Ninth Row: • Dianne Hardin, B. A.; Meridian; Alpha Omicron Pi. • John Lee Hargraves, Engineering; Helena, Arkansas. • Lindsay H. Harp, Engineering; Mayfield, Ky.; Beta Theta Pi. • Linda J. Harper, Commerce; Oxford. • Linda L. Harpole, Education; Dyer, Tenn.; Alpha Omicron Pi First Row: • Olivia J. Harbour, L. A.; Scooba; Alpha Omicron Pi. • William Harrington, Commerce; Aberdeen. • George C. Harrison, Jr., Engineering; Dyersburg, Tenn. • Joe P. Hart, L. A.; Brookhaven. • Joseph C. Hartley, Commerce; Jackson; Pi Kappa Alpha. Second Row: • Julia A. Harvey, Education; New Orleans, La.; Phi Mu. • Helene L. Haskins, Education; Jackson; Delta Delta Delta. • Nancy M. Hatley, L. A.; Jackson. • Joe A. Hayden, Pharmacy; Caruthersville, Mo. • Henry W. Jr., Engineering; Lumberton; Pi Kappa Alpha. Third Row: • M. Paul Haynes, Commerce; Baldwyn; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Edward C. Hayward, Commerce; Grenada. • Terry D. Heaps, L. A.; Kewanee, Ill. • Jan C. Henderson, L. A.; Selmer, Tenn.; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Hartwell C. Herring, Commerce; Moss Point. Fourth Row: • Larry G. Hickell, Pharmacy; Flemingsburg, Ky. • Larry F. Higginbotham, Commerce; Memphis, Tenn.; Sigma Chi. • A. Beverly Hildreth, L. A.; Hazlehurst; Delta Gamma. • John C. Hill, Education; Jackson. • Maury R. Hill, Education; Jackson. Fifth Row: • Winifred C. Hill, Law; Oxford; Sigma Nu. • R. Hinds, Commerce; Greenville; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Sally M. Hines, L. A.; University; Pi Beta Phi. • Ben T. Hinton, Commerce; Greenwood; Sigma Nu. • Gene Hock, Law; Anchorage, Alaska. Sixth Row: • Larry E. Holder, Pharmacy; Port Lauaca, Texas. • Faye V. Holland, L. A.; Canton; Phi Mu. • Dale P. Holloway, L. A.; Ocean Springs. • Rudolph H. Holmes, Commerce; Canton; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Judith C. Hooker, Education; Memphis, Tenn.; Omicron Pi. Seventh Row: • Lynn M. Hopkins, L. A.; Jackson; Delta Gamma. • William C. Hopper, Jr., L. A.; Horn Lake; Phi Kappa Psi. • Thomas H. Horton, L. A.; Grenada; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Keith G. Howell, Engineering; Laurel. • Hannis H. Hudson, Commerce; Eighth Row: • Dennis L. Huffman, Commerce; Jackson. • J. W. Fredrick Hughes, Commerce; Jackson; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • Frederick H. Hulett, L. A.; Meridian; Phi Delta Theta. • James G. Hunter, L. A.; Highland Park, Mich.; Alpha Tau Omega. • Joe S. Hussey, Tupelo. Ninth Row: • June A. Inman, Education; Memphis, Tenn.; Phi Mu. • James Maxwell Irland, L. A.; Dalton, Mass.; Bela Theta Pi. • Harold 0. Jackson, Commerce; Alpha Tau Omega. • Robert Thomas Jackson, Commerce; Hattiesburg; Sigma Chi. • Linda J. Jacobs, Education; Deland, Fla.; Alpha Omicron Pi. First Row: • Carolyn R. James, L. A.; Charleston. • Ronald W. James, Commerce; Jackson; Pi Kappa Alpha. • B. James, Engineering; Grenada. • Mildred C. Jamison, Commerce; Marks. • Gloria Jennings, L. A.; Jackson; Alpha Omicron Pi. Second Row: • Jeraldine L. Education; Jackson; Chi Omega. • Oscar W. Johansen, L. A.; Gulfport; Sigma Nu. • Frank E. Johnson, Engineering; Falls Church, Virginia. • Gary W. Johnson, L. A.; Tupelo. • John K. Johnson, L. A.; Memphis, Tenn.; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Third Row: • Cassandra C. Jones, L. A.; Inverness; Delta Gamma. • David A. Jones, Engineering; Williston, Fla. • Frank W. Engineering; Rome, Ga.; Alpha Tau Omega. • Gerald L. Jones, L. A.; Great Lakes, RI.; Sigma Phi Epsilon. • Hal T. Jones, L. A.; Flora. Fourth Row: • Julie Jones, L. A.; Port Sulpher, La.; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Ida R. Joplin, L. A.; Laurel. • German E. Jordan, Commerce; Vicksburg. • H. Lee Jordan, Cleveland; Sigma Chi. • Stephanie Alethia Jordy, Education; New La.; Chi Omega. Fifth Row: • Albert Jue, L. A.; Indianola. • Reichard M. Kahle, L. A.; New Orleans, La.; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Barbara A. Kalif, L. A.; Pass Christian; Alpha Delta Pi. • Virginia M. " Candy " Kane, L. A.; Alexandria, Va. • Judith C. Keenan, Education; Atlanta, Ga.; Chi Omega. Sixth Row: • Diane Kellett, L. A.; Millington, ' Fenn. • Alva L. Kelley, Education; Hayti, Mo.; Alpha Delta Pi. • Jerrol L. Kellum, Commerce; Oxford. • Margaret R. Kenny, L. A.; Coldwater; Alpha Delta Pi. • Carolyn L. Kerr, L. A.; Aubrey, Ark.; Alpha Delta Pi. Seventh Row: • Donald E. Kessinger, Commerce; Forrest City, Ark. • Billy W. Keyes, Commerce; Laurel. • Karol J. Keyes, Education; University; Kappa Delta. • Bette K. Killingsworth, L. A. Franklinton, La.; Phi Mu. • Glen A. Killough, Commerce; Centreville. Eighth Row: • Frank M. Kinard, Education; University. • O ' Gwen L. King, Commerce; Fla. • Larry J. Kipper, Commerce; Pleasanton, Kan, • Mary A. Klenner, L. A.; Reidsville, N. C.; Alpha Omicron Pi. • Diane Klyce, L. A.; Sardis; Delta Gamma. Ninth Row: • David A. Knight, L. A.; Oxford. • James C. Krosp, Engineering; Millington, Tenn.; Sigma Nu. • Ladner, Commerce; Jackson; Alpha Omicron Pi. • E. L. Laird, L. A.; Union. • Carolyn E. Lamar, Education; New Albany; Kappa Delta. First Row: • Thomas L. Lamb, Commerce; Shaw; Sigma Chi. ° Ledon Langston, L. A.; Ellisville. • Bradley L. A.; New Haven, Conn. • Nathaniel W. Lea, Commerce; Minter City; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Joseph B. Lee, Commerce; Grenada; Alpha Tau Omega. Second Row: • May Lee, Commerce; Lula. • Van E. Lee, L. A.; Bastrop, La.; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • Tamma F. L. A.; Fayette; Alpha Omicron Pi. • Laney J. Lemons, Education; Pontotoc. • F. Linwood Liddle, L. A.; Jackson; Kappa Kappa Gamma. Third Row: • John Stanley Lile, L. A.; Amory. • Angelo D. Liollio, Commerce; Greenwood. • Olivia W. Little. field, L. A.; Selmer, Tenn.; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Marianna Littlejohn, Commerce; West Point; Delta Gamma. • Jacqueline E. Lobrano, Commerce; Centreville. Fourth Row: • Martha C. Logan, Education; Isola. • Harriet M. Long, L. A.; Tupelo. • Del P. Lott, Commerce; Isola. • Hugh M. Love, Commerce; Yazoo City; Sigma Epsilon. • Vicky A. Love, L. A.; Kosciusko; Delta Delta Delta. Fifth Row: • Thomas E. Lucas, Commerce; Mendenhall. • Glenda J. Luke, L. A.; Louisville; Phi Mu. • Bari L. McCaa, Commerce; Port Gibson; Delta Gamma. • Hal H. McClanahan, L. A.; Columbus; Kappa Alpha. • Peggy McClure, Education; Shreveport, La. Sixth Row: • Charles K. McCoy, Engineering; Jackson; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Mary Sue McCullough, Education; Tupelo. • Karen L. McDonald, L. A.; Arlington, Va. • Charles V. McElwee, III, Commerce; M agnolia; Kappa Sigma. • John W. McGehee, Pharmacy; Columbia. Seventh Row: • D. C. McInnis, L. A.; Hattiesburg; Sigma Chi. Pat McInnis, L. A.; Collins; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Patricia E. McInnes, Education; Little Rock, Ark.; Zeta Tau Alpha. • Donald F. McIntyre, Commerce; Natchez. • Iniz A. McKeever, L. A.; Houston, Texas. Eighth Row: • William T. Mclarty, Engineering; Oxford. • Lacey A. McLaurin, Commerce; Jackson; Delta Delta Delta. • Nicki C. McLaurin, L. A.; Jackson; Chi Omega. • Laura L. McLemore, L. A.; Hazlehurst. • George K. McMullen, Jr., L. A.; Jackson; Phi Delta Theta. Ninth Row: • John B. McMullen, L. A.; Meridian; Alpha Tau Omega. • Clarie T. McNamara, L. A.; Millington, Tenn. • Betty B. Mabry, L. A.; Okolona. • James S. Macdonald, Commerce; Oxford; Alpha Tau Omega. • Craig A. MacKenzie, Commerce; Bloomfield Hills, Mich.; Phi Kappa Psi. First Row: • James R. Magee, Pharmacy; Magee; Kappa Sigma. • Bridget L. Commerce; Jackson. • Fred R. Martin, Jr., L. A.; Hughes, Ark. • Thomas L. L. A.; Charleston; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Priscilla B. Martiniere, L. A.; Laurel; Delta Delta Delta. Second Row: • Troy L. Mashburn, Commerce; Jackson; Sigma Chi. • Jerry G. Mason, L. A.; Meridian; Phi Delta Theta. • Mary Nelle Massey, Education; Memphis, Tenn.; Zeta Tau Alpha. • Anthony R. Massi, Education; Montclair, N. J. • Dan R. Mathews, Commerce; Delta Kappa Epsilon. Third Row: • Rodney A. Mattina, Commerce; Biloxi. • Dannie C. Maxey, L. A.; Brandon; Delta Gamma. • Helen G. May, L. A.; Jackson; Kappa Delta. • Mary Sue Mary, L. A.; Biloxi; Delta Delta Delta. • Carolyn 0. May, Education; Jackson. Fourth Row: • James I. Mayer, Commerce; Helena, Ark. • L. Meador, Jr., Commerce; Gulfport; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Marvin F. Merrill, Commerce; Smithfield, Maine. • Sara F. Mieher, Education; Jackson; Pi Beta Phi. • James A. Milam, Commerce; Charleston; Sigma Nu. Fifth R ow: • Bonnie B. Miles, L. A.; Grenada. • Jane E. Miller, L. A.; Atlanta, Ga.; Alpha Omicron Pi. • John R. Miller, Engineering; Enterprise; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Samuel C. Mims, Commerce; Itta Bena. • J. Minor, L. A.; Jackson; Phi Delta Theta. Sixth Row: • Wiley H. Mack, Jr., L. A.; Greenville; Kappa • Arl Van Moore, Engineering; Pine Bluff, Ark.; Phi Delta Theta. • Frank T. Moore, Jr., L. A.; Jackson; Beta Theta Pi. • Mary Sue Moore, Education; Calhoun City. • Sandre E. Moore, Education; Ark.; Zeta Tau Alpha. Seventh Row: • Ronald W. Moreschi, Engineering; Donora, Pa. • Edward D. Morris, Pharmacy; San Texas. • James H. Morris, Jr., L. A.; Ripley, Tenn.; Kappa Sigma. • William E. Morris, Jr., Commerce; Jackson; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • William T. Ivlorris, Commerce; Amory; Sigma Chi. Eighth Row: • M. Polly Morrison, L. A.; Oxford. • Thomas D. Morrow, L. A.; Calhoun City. • George H. Morse, L. A.; Memphis, Tenn. • Beatriz V. Moscoso, Panama City, Panama. • William A. Moseley, Commerce; Sardis. Ninth Row: • Mary R. Moser, Pharmacy; luka; Kappa Delta. • John C. Moss, Engineering; Meridian; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Sam G. Mounger, L. A.; Greenwood; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Veronica Mounger, Education; Jackson; Delta Delta Delta. William H. Mounger, Jackson; Phi Delta Theta. First Row: • M. Anne Moyers, L. A.; Houston, Texas; Phi Mu. • Patsy A. Mullin, L. A.; Greenwood; Chi Omega. • Wendell P. Mullins, Engineering; Natchez; Delta Psi. • Patricia Munn, Education; Leland; Kappa Delta. • Mimi Murphree, Education; Shelby; Kappa Delta. Second Row: • Katherine L. Murphy, L. A.; Coldwater; Kappa Delta. • Marilyn D. Murphy, Education; University. • James R. Murray, Commerce; Media, Pa. • Willie L. Murray, L. A.; Atlanta, Ga.; Phi Mu. • Morris V. Mutzi, L. A.; Shaw. Third Row: • Lura G. Nail, L. A.; Grenada. • Ellis M. Nassour, Commerce; Vicksburg; • Anderson B. Neal, Jackson. • M. Susan Neely, Education; New Albany; Delta Gamma. • Robert H. Neill, Jr., L. A.; Leland; Pi Kappa Alpha. Fourth Row: • Gan Nelson, L. A.; Greenwood; Chi Omega. • Jerry E. Newell, Commerce; Meridian. • Carolyn P. Newman, Education; Jackson; Delta Delta Delta. ° James C. Newman, Engineering; Memphis, Tenn. • Gary T. Newton, L. A.; Senatobia. Fifth Row: • David M. Nichols, Commerce; Grand Rapids, Mich.; Sigma Phi Epsilon. • Martha H. Nichols, L. A.; Swiftown; Chi Omega. • Brent R. Nickle, Commerce; Batesville; Kappa Sigma. • Natalie Niehuss, L. A.; Tuscaloosa, Ala. • Linda L. Normand, Commerce; Bay St. Louis; Phi Mu. Sixth Row: • John W. Norquist, Education; Cleveland. • Nancy A. Norris, Education; Houston, Texas; Phi Mu. • Bonnie L. Ogle, Education; Senatobia. • Jerry L. Oglesby, L. A.; Stewart. • Jeanine M. Ogletree, Education; Ellisville; Zeta Tau Alpha. Seventh Row: • Gaylord C. Olson, Engineering; Clarksdale; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Ronald G. Osborne, Engineering; Auburn, Ill. • E. Lanny Outlaw, L. A.; Baldwyn. • Elizabeth J. Owen, L. A.; Bloomington, Ill.; Alpha Delta Pi. • Robert M. Owen, Commerce; Pine Bluff, Ark. Eighth Row: • Mary L. Pace, L. A.; Hattiesburg; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Ann G. Paine, Education; Humboldt, Tenn.; Delta Gamma. • Elmer C. Palm, Engineering; Pa. • Robert N. Pannell, Commerce; Tupelo; Delta Psi. • Mary K. Parker, Education; New Albany. Ninth Row: • Jimmy R. Parkerson, L. A.; Greenwood. • Bob K. Parks, Pharmacy; Philadelphia; Alpha Tau Omega. • Richard W. Parsons, L. A.; Hattiesburg. • Patrick J. Pasco, L. A.; Newark, N.J.; Phi Kappa Theta. • Aubrey B. Patterson, Jr., Commerce; Oxford; Alpha Tau Omega. First Row: • Phillip L. Patterson, L. A.; Memphis, Tenn.; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Mary C. Patton, Education; Florence, Ala.; Kappa Delta. • Gilbert B. Payne, Commerce; Olive Branch; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Martha C. Payne, Education; Moss Point; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Myrtle A. Pearson, Education; Tyronza, Ark. Second Row: • Hartley D. Peavey, Commerce; Meridian; Sigma Phi Epsilon. • Penelope C. Pepple, L. A.; Cleveland. • Joel H. Perelmutter, L. A.; Cleveland. • Eugene A. Pereslch, L. A.; Biloxi. • Charles G. Perkins, Commerce; Macon. Third Row: • John E. Perkins, Commerce; Middletown, Ohio; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • Richie E. Perkins, Commerce; Moss Point; Sigma Nu. • Maurice C. Perlstein, Chicago, Ill.; Phi Epsilon Pi. • Felix E. Perry, L. A.; Oxford; Sigma Chi. • Mary D. Perry, L. A.; Corinth; Phi Mu. Fourth Row: • Susan G. Pfersdorff, L. A.; Caracas, Venezuela; Zeta Tau Alpha. • Terrell D. Phillips, L. A.; Mo. • Frank J. Pickering, L. A.; Hazlehurst; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Matthew L. Pike, L. A.; Water Valley. • George Pittman, Graduate; Decatur, Ga. Fifth Row: • John L. Polizzi, Commerce; Amory; Alph Tau Omega. • Anthony Pongetti, Engineering; Shelby. • Emily J. Pope, Education; Batesville; Kappa Delta. • Joe J. Portera, L. A.; West Point. • Judy R. Education; Memphis, Tenn.; Kappa Delta. Sixth Row: • Wanda J. Price, L. A.; Amory; Alpha Delta Pi. • Andrew E. Prince, L. A.; San Francisco, Calif.; Phi Kappa Psi. • Patricia A. Puckett, L. A.; Magee. • Kay C. Puddphatt, Education; Memphis, Tenn.; Kappa Delta. • Beverly S. Pugh, L. A.; Memphis, Tenn. Seventh Row: • Paul T. Purnell, L. A.; Jackson; Phi Kappa Psi. • Martha E. Quinn, Education; Henderson, Kentucky. • John P. Quon, Engineering; Moorhead. • Nancy L. Radcliffe, Education; Jackson; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Clara J. Rainer, Education; Jackson. Eighth Row: • Randy L. Randall, Commerce; Brookhaven; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Thomas A. Randle, L. A.; New Albany. • Betsy M. Rankin, Education; Jackson; Phi Mu. • James R. Ratliff, Engineering; Louisville, Ky.; Kappa Sigma. • Patricia E. Ray, Education; Ala.; Delta Gamma. Ninth Row: • Merrilyn K. Rea, Education; Meridian; Chi Omega. • Charles E. Reaves, L. A.; Meridian. • John D. Redhead, Commerce; Centerville. • Johnny M. Reed, Commerce; Jackson; Sigma Nu. • Riley M. Reid, Pharmacy; Monticello. First Row: • Etta D. Rials, Commerce; Georgetown. • Thomas I. Rice, Commerce; Sumner; Sigma Chi. • John W. Richardson, Engineering; Birmingham, Ala.; Sigma Phi Epsilon. • Joan K. Riddick, Commerce; Steele, Mo. • Thomas D. Ripper, L. A.; Morton, Ill. Second Row: • Carey G. Rivenbark, Education; New Orleans, La.; Chi Omega. • Philip E. Roberts, Commerce; Amory. • Pace J. Roberts, L. A.; Tupelo. • Joseph M. Engineering; Nashville, Tenn.; Kappa Sigma. • Pama L. Roberts, L. A.; Oxford. Third Row: • Merle Antoinette Roberson, L. A.; Clarksdale; Delta Delta Delta. • Ronnie S. Roberts, Engineer. ing; Pascagoula. • Kenneth B. Robertson, Law; Pascagoula; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Lucie P. Robertson, L. A.; Greenville; Kappa Delta. • Beverly G. L. A.; Stuttgart, Ark.; Alpha Delta Pi. Fourth Row: • Shannon E. Rodes, L. A.; Melbourne, Fla.; Zeta Tau Alpha. • Ann Rogers, L. A.; New Albany; Chi Omega. • Herbert G. Rogers, Commerce; New Phi Delta Theta. • Larry Rogers, L. A.; Savannah, Tenn.; Sigma Pi. • Allan S. Ross, Jackson; Phi Kappa Alpha. Fifth Row: • John C. Ross, L. A.; Corinth; Phi Kappa Alpha. • Sylvia P. Ross, Education; Clarksdale; Chi Omega. • Donald H. Roth, Law; Vicksburg; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Marilyn J. Rosseau, Commerce; Tupelo; Chi Omega. • Roberta K. Rowland, Pharmacy; Baldwyn. Sixth Row: • Marcus L. Rush, L. A.; Meridian. • Hillary E. Russell, L. A.; Oxford. • Robert P. Russell, L. A.; Pontotoc. • Sara F. Russell, L. A.; Paducah, Ky.; Delta Gamma. • William 0. Rutledge, L. A.; New Albany; Phi Delta Theta. Seventh Row: • Carol E. Sanders, Graduate; luka. • Mary L. Education; Oxford. • Samuel L. Sanders, L. A.; Tuscumbia, Ala.; Phi Kappa Psi. • Jessie C. Sasser, Education; Brookhaven; Phi Mu. • Larry J. Sauls, L. A.; Tylertown. Eighth Row: • Jane Saxton, Education; Benton. e Nancy K. Schilling, L. A.; Zachary, La. • Charles W. Schroeder, Commerce; Bayshide, N.Y. • William M. Shroeder, Commerce; Wetumpka, Ala. • John S. Seabold, Commerce; Huntingdon Valley, Pa.; Kappa Sigma. Ninth Row: • James E. Selman, L. A.; McComb; Beta Theta Pi. • Frieda Sem, Education; Greenville. • Margaret L. Sewell, Education; Pontotoc. • Joanne Shaddock, Education; Rosedale; Chi Omega. • Carole Shannon, Education; Washington, D C.; Delta Gamma. First Row: • Anson H. Sheldon, Commerce; Avon; Kappa Alpha. • John W. Shelton; Commerce; Jackson; Kappa Alpha. • Martha Susan Shipp, L. A.; Gulfport; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • William A. Shirley, L. A.; Grenada. ° William M. Shoemaker, L. A.; Meridian; Kappa Alpha. Second Row: • J. Mike Showah, Education; Hollandale; Kappa Alpha. • Hattie S. Shults, Education; McComb; Phi Bu. • Wayne K. Shurtleff, Commerce; Greenwood; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • Warland E. Simmons, Engineering; Tylertown; Beta Theta Pi. • Newell B. III, Commerce; Redwood; Kappa Alpha. Third Row: • Robert L. Sims, Engineering; Orange, Texas. • Edward B. Sisson, L. A.; Grenada; Phi Delta Theta. • Eleanor W. Skipper, Education; Columbia; Delta Delta Delta. • Nancy L. Sklar, L. A.; Drew; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • L. Allen Slaughter, L. A.; Little Rock, Ark.; Pi Kappa Alpha. Fourth Row: • James H. Sledge, Commerce; Cleveland. • Harold A. Sloas, Engineering; New Madrid, Mo.; Phi Kappa Psi. • Ben B. Smith, Commerce; Water Valley; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • Elizabeth P. Smith, Education; McComb; Kappa Delta. • Emmitt D. Smith, Commerce; Magee. Fifth Row: • Larry G. Smith, Commerce; McComb; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Martha M. Smith, L. A.; Laurel. • Sandra M. Smith, L. A.; Coffeeville. • Suzanne M. Smith, L. A.; Tampa, Fla. • Terry S. Smith, L. A.; Clarksdale. Sixth Row: • Carol J. Snider, Education; Sarah. • Linda A. Spain, Education; Grenada; Kappa Delta. • Clifford E. Spangler, L. A.; Braddock, Pa. • Glynda L. Speck, L. A.; Blue Springs. • Margaret R. Spiars, Education; Greenville; Kappa Kappa Gamma. Seventh Row: • Nancy A. Spraberry, Commerce; Oxford. • Hugh I. Stahlman, III, Commerce; Natchez; Alpha Tau Omega. • Martha L. Stearns, Education; Baton Rouge, La. • Charlotte L. Steele, Commerce; Oxford. • Jane P. Steele, Commerce; Versailles, Ky. Eighth Row: • Katie E. Steele, Education; Holcomb. • Mary N. Steele, Education; Greenwood. • Marilyn D. Commerce; Oxford. • Carol R. Stevens, Tutwiler; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Dudley I. Stewart, L. A.; Fayette; Kappa Alpha. Ninth Row: • Milinda R. Stewart, Commerce; Gulfport; Delta Delta Delta. • Gloria K. Stockton, L. A.; Amory. • Charles G. Stone, Engineering; Monticello, Ark.; Alpha Tau Omega. • Sheila W. Stone, L. A.; Alpha Omicron Pi. • Harriet K. Stovall, L. A.; Hollandale; Kappa Delta. First Row: • Charlene Strickland, Education; Memphis, Tenn. • Joseph D. Sullivan, L. A.; Port Gibson. • Hiram C. Sumrall, L. A.; Coral Gables, Fla.; Phi Delta Theta. • William W. Sumrall, Commerce; Laurel, Phi Delta Theta. • Marquerit M. Sutherlin, Commerce; Heidelberg. Second Row: • Larry E. Sutton, Engineering; Bruce. • Patricia L. Swinney, Education; Greenville; Alpha Omicron Pi. • J. Barry Talbert, Commerce; Yazoo City. • Robert D. Tapp, Engineering; Madisonville, Ky. • Hardin Meadow Tate, L. A.; Booneville; Sigma Nu. Third Row: • Martha E. Tate, L. A.; Fowlkes, Tenn.; Alpha Omicron Pi. • Clark Martin Taylor, L. A.; Clinton, N. C. • Gail C. Taylor, Education; Clarksdale; Chi Omega. • Harrison G. Taylor, Commerce; Jackson. • Jane E. Taylor, Education; Washington, D. C. Fourth Row: • Linda D. Taylor, Education; Ha zlehurst. • Michael B. Taylor, Commerce; Oxford; Alpha Tau Omega. • Millard A. Taylor, L. A.; Columbia; • James C. Thaxton, Commerce; Greenwood; Sigma Chi. • Mary K. Thetford, L. A.; Memphis, Tenn.; Delta Delta Delta. Fifth Row: • Charles W. Thomas, Commerce; Raymond. • G. Thomas, Commerce; Vicksburg; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • Nancy J. Thomas, Education; Jackson; Phi Mu. • Clifton C. Thompson, Jr., Graduate; Columbia, Tenn. • Betty A. Thompson, Commerce; Memphis, Tenn.; Kappa Kappa Gamma. Sixth Row: • Russell D. Thompson, Law; Jackson; Delta Psi. • Sara N. Thompson, Commerce; Tupelo. • Frank W. Thornhill, Jr., Engineering; Columbia; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Virginia Thurber, L. A.; Jackson; Delta Delta Delta. • Douglas W. Tillery, Commerce; Laurel. Seventh Row: • N. Harriett Tinsley, L. A.; Russellville, Ala. • John G. Todd, Engineering; Jackson; Phi Delta Theta. • Michael F. Trahan, Commerce; Orange, Texas. • E. Thomas Trahan, L. A.; Biloxi. • Gail E. Trammell, Education; Kokomo, Ind. Eighth Row: • Homer C. Trammell, Commerce; Laurel. • S. Trelvar. • Harley A. Tripp, Engineering; Oxford. • F. Walker Tucei, Jr., Commerce; Biloxi. • Chesley P. Tucker, Engineering; Riverbluff, Ark.; Sigma Phi Epsilon. Ninth Row: • James E. Turner, L. A.; Hattiesburg; Phi Delta Theta. • Claire B. Underwood, Pharmacy; Scott AFB, Ill. • Garland D. Upton, Law; Kokomo. • Cindy Y. Vaughan, L. A.; Yazoo City; Delta Delta Delta. • N. Jane Vaughan, L. A.; Canton; Delta Delta Delta. First Row: • Robert B. Vickery, Commerce; Houston; Sigma Chi. • Lucian R.. Wadlington, L. A.; Belzoni; Sigma Chi. • Mary W. Wait, Commerce; Etta. • Carole I. Waits, Education; Leland. • Donald R. Wakefield, Commerce; Port Lavaca, Texas. Second Row: • Gregory R. Waldo, L. A.; Aurora, Ill.; Sigma Nu. • Bill Y. Walker, Commerce; Dyersburg, Tenn.; Nu. • Carole E. Walker, Commerce; Oxford. • Melba Walker, L. A.; Nashville, Tenn.; Alpha Delta Pi. • Ruth Montgomery Walker, Education; Tribbett; Chi Omega. Third Row: • Tempe M. Walker, Education; Germantown, Tenn. • David S. Wallace, Commerce; Crawfordsville. • Melba R. Walsh, L. A.; Texarkana, Texas. • William H. Ward, Commerce; Gulfport. • William H. L. A.; Jackson. Fourth Row: • William P. Warfield, L. A.; Clarksdale; Phi Delta Theta. • David S. Warrington, Education; Jackson; Sigma Nu. • Freddy L. Washington, L. A.; Oxford. • David B. Watkins, Commerce; Pahokee, Fla. • Henry B. Watson, Commerce; Brandon; Kappa Alpha. Fifth Row: • Jane A. Watson, L. A.; Chicago, Ill. • Charles H. Weathersby, L. A.; McComb; Beta Theta Pi. • Charles R. Weeks, L. A.; Caledonia. • Kenneth W. Welch, Commerce; Oxford; Kappa Sigma. • David M. Wells, L. A.; Crystal Springs; Sigma Chi. Sixth Row: • Robert L. Wells, Pharmacy; Drew. • Linda G. Westmoreland, L. A.; Houlka. • Jeffrey Katherine Whitaker, Education; Grenada; Kappa Delta. • Anne N. White, Education; Blytheville, Ark. • Carolyn White, L. A.; Jackson. Seventh Row: • Linda White, Education; Barnsdall, Okla. • White, Commerce; Jackson. • Rayburn S. Whitener, Education; Hayti, Mo.; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Jesse C. Whittle, Commerce; Tunica. • Billie Faye Whicker, Education; Batesville. Eighth Row: • Lois H. Wicks, L. A.; Alligator. • Elizabeth T. Wilkins, Education; Washington, D.C.; Zeta Tau • Robert E. Wilkins, L. A.; Whitehaven, Tenn. • Wanda D. Commerce; Jackson; Chi Omega. • Harold G. Willard, Commerce; Elgin AFB, Fla. Ninth Row: • Edwin. N. Williams, L. A.; Hornersville, Mo. • James D. Williams, Pharmacy; Savannah, Tenn.; Sigma. • Kate Eason Williams, L. A.; Benoit; Alpha Omicron. • Katherine J. Williams, Education; Nashville, Tenn.; Phi Mu. • Neil Wise Williams, L. A.; Lipscomb, Ala. First Row: • William A. Williams, III, Commerce; McComb; Phi Delta Theta. • Robert E. Williford, L. A.; • James E. Willoughby, L. A.; Meridian; Kappa Sigma. • Leslie C. Wilsford, Education; Tenn.; Kappa Delta. • David T. Wilson, L. A.; Louisville. Second Row: • Lester H. Wilson, Commerce Brookhaven; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Sandralee Winders, Education; jack son; Phi Mu. • Marion H. Windham, L. A.; Mize. • Alexander T. Jr., L. A.; Pasadena, Calif.; Sigma Nu. • Molly K. Winslow, Education; Ky.; Phi Mu. Third Row: • James W. Winter, Commerce; Clarksdale; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Claude H. Wood, Commerce; • Alta B. L. A.; Oxford. • Nancy L. Wroten, Education; New Orleans, La.; Delta Gamma. • Jacquelyn D. Yancy, Education; Bruce. Fourth Row: • Mary Lynn Yarbrough, L. A.; Shreveport, La.; Delta Delta Delta. • Beverly S. Young, L. A.; Kappa Delta. First Row: • Gerald L. Abraham, Commerce; Greenville; Kappa Alpha. • Polly W. Addkinson, Education; Jackson; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Lyman A. Aldrich, Education; Washington. • Martha J. Aldridge, L. A.; • Herbert R. Alexander, L. A.; La.; Kappa Sigma. Second Row: • James R. Alexander, Engineering; Corinth. • Virna R. Alexander, L. A.; Rolling Fork; Alpha Delta Pi. • Jane E. Allen, Education; Winona; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • June M. Allen, L. A.; Meridian. • C. A.. Allenburger, L. A.; Metairie, La.; Kappa Psi. Third Row: • John V. Almon, Engineering; Batesville. • L. A.; Miami Beach, F.a. 0 Ginger Anderson, Education; Shreveport, La.; Delta Delta Delta. 0 Betty R. Anderton, L. A.; Cowan, Tenn. • Marylee Appleby, L. A.; Nashville, Tenn.; Alpha Omicron Pi. Fourth Row: • Anne F. Archer, L. A.; Greenville; Chi Omega. • Elzey J. Arledge, Commerce; Phila; Sigma Phi Epsilon. • F. Gail Armstrong, Education; Memphis, Tenn.; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Rufus A. Artmann, L. A.; Natchez. • C. Claudette Ashley, Education; Honea Path, S. C.; Zeta Tau Alpha. Fifth Row: • Bill D. Avery, Law; Memphis, Tenn. • Betty C. Bailey, Pharmacy; Lexington, Tenn.; Kappa Delta. • Julia E. Bailey, L. A.; Natchez; Kappa Delta. • C. Bailey, Commerce; Jackson; Kappa Alpha. • Jerry E. Baker, L. A.; Grenada. Sixth Row: • Patricia A. Baker, Education; Pascagoula. • Sherry L. Baker, L. A.; Pontotoc. • E. Ann Ballard, L. A.; Tupelo; Alpha Delta Pi. • Lee Ballard, Commerce; Olive Branch; Sigma Phi Epsilon. • Brenda E. L. A.; Hernando; Alpha Delta Pi. Seventh Row: • Forrest H. Barber, Engineering; Baldwyn. • L. Barefield, L. A.; Madison. • Varis Barenis, Commerce; Greenville. • William R. Barger, L. A.; Mississippi City. • James L. Commerce; Jackson; Sigma Chi. Eighth Row: • John W. Barnes, Engineering; Memphis, Tenn.; Sigma Chi. • Carole J. Barnette, L. A.; New Orleans, La.; Delta Gamma. • James R. Barr, L. A.; Akron, Ind. • Karin N. Baschab, L. A.; Corinth. • Dolly K. Bassett, Education; Monroe, La. Ninth Row: • Marian Baughman, L. A.; Drew; Phi Mu. • Mary M. Baughman, Pharmacy; Farmerville, La. • William R. Bedingfield, Education; Pontotoc. • Julia P. Bell, L. A.; Alexandria, Va.; Chi Omega. • Edward V. Beneke, Commerce; Columbus. First Row: • Marshall G. Bennett, L. A.; Tchula; Sigma Chi. • Coral J. Bequette, L. A.; West Point. • Robert L. Berg, L. A.; Massapequa, N. Y. • Donna A. Berry, Education; Picayune. • John H. Bicket, Commerce; Indianola. Second Row: • Jane J. Bigger, L. A.; Marion, Ark. • David M. Biggs, L. A.; Murrayville, Ill.; Phi Kappa Psi. • John H. Billing, Engineering; Wauwatosa, Wis.; Sigma Epsilon. • Bonnabel M. Bisso, L. A.; New La. • Charles G. Blackwell, Law; Ellisville. Third Row: • George A. Blaha, L. A.; Westmont, Ill. • Sandra K. Blon, Education; New Madrid, Mo. • Jerry H. Blount, Commerce; Jackson. • James W. Bobe, Commerce; Vincennes, Ind. • William J. Boggan, L. A.; Meadville. Fourth Row: • Diana E. Borden, L. A.; Ocean Springs; Alpha Omicron Pi. • Robert B. Boswell, Commerce; Alpha Tau Omega. • John W. Bounds, L. A.; Oxford; Sigma Nu. • James B. Brabham, Pharmacy; McComb. • Sara K. L. A.; Woodville; Delta Gamma. Fifth Row: • Andrew G. Branscome, L. A.; Canton. • James C. Branton, L. A.; Columbia. • Robert S. Brenner, Commer ce; Greenwood. • Thomas M. Brightman, L. A.; Columbus. • Howard L. Britton, L. A.; Laurel. Sixth Row: • Sandra A. Brocato, Commerce; Jackson. • Richard W. L. A.; Hornell, N. Y.; Phi Kappa Psi. • Jean L. Brockman, Education; Jackson; Chi Omega. • Ethel M. Brown, L. A.; Arlington, Va. • Judy C. Brown, L. A.; Bogue Chitto. Seventh Row: • Linda M. Brown, L. A.; Good Hope, La.; Alpha Delta Pi. • M. Amanda Brown, L. A.; Jackson; Delta Gamma. • Milton D. Brown, Commerce; Kansas City, Mo.; Sigma Phi Epsilon. • William H. Brown, L. A.; New Albany; Sigma Chi. • C. Kaye Browning, L. A.; Pontotoc; Delta Gamma. Eighth Row: • Frank A. Bruce, L. A.; Iuka; Phi Kappa Psi. • Michael Brucker, L. A.; Greenwood. • Marilyn E. Brumfield, L. A.; Gloster. • Peggy J. Brumfield, Shreveport, La. • Charles L. A.; Corinth. Ninth Row: • Richard C. Bryan, L. A.; Belzoni; Sigma Chi. • Edna R. Bryant, L. A.; Gulfport; Zeta Tau Alpha. • Barbara J. Buck, L. A.; San Bernadino, Calif.; Delta Delta Delta. • George S. Buck, L. A.; Memphis, Tenn. • Robert H. Buckner, Commerce; Lawrenceburg, Tenn.; Delta Kappa Epsilon. First Row: • George D. Buelow, L. A.; Vicksburg; Phi Kappa Psi. • Percy R Buntin, Commerce; Oakland; Phi Kappa Psi. • Mary A. Burks, Education; Dyersburg, Tenn.; Alpha Omicron Pi. • Tony Buster, L. A.; Heidelberg; Alpha Tau Omega. • Charles R. L. A.; Pascagoula; Sigma Phi Epsilon. Second Row: • Al M. Buttross, Commerce; Natchez. • Peggy Pharmacy; Dermott, Ark.; Alpha Omicron Pi. • John H. Calvin, L. A.; Sikeston, Mo. • Howard G. Camp, Engineering; Jackson; Alpha Tau Omega. • David N. Campbell, L. A.; Memphis, Tenn. Third Row: • Glenda C. Canterbury, L. A.; Jackson; Zeta Tau Alpha. • Charles H. Caperton, L. A.; Daleville; Phi Kappa Psi. • George J. Caras, L. A.; Marion, Ill. • Judith E. Carl, Commerce; Jackson. • Mark S. Carley, Engineering; Hattiesburg. Fourth Row: • James R. Carnahan, L. A.; Clarksdale. • Barbara A. Carr, L. A.; Louin. • Robert E. Carrington, Byhalia; Sigma Nu. • Linda M. Case, L. A.; Brookhaven. • Jan R. Carter, L. A.; Rosedale. Fifth Row: • Michael H. Carter, L. A.; Greenwood; Phi Delta Theta. • Ann D. Caruthers, Commerce; Greenwood; Kappa Delta. • Lenard M. Chamberlin, L. A.; Beta Theta Pi. • Melissa J. Chambers, L. A.; Brooksville. • Emily L. Champion, Education; Oxford. Sixth Row: • Carroll D. Channell, Commerce; Jackson. • L. Charles, L. A.; Jackson. • George A. Chesser, Education, Starkville. • John H. Chisholm, L. A.; McCall. • Sherry F. Chism, L. A.; Hughes, Ark. Seventh Row: • Lawrence A. Chiz, Commerce; Shaw. • Wayne D. Church, Engineering; Monson, Mass. • Claudia A. Clark, Commerce; Jackson; Chi Omega. • Ruby K. Clegg, L. A.; University; Phi Mu. • Janie L. L. A.; Dallas, Texas. Eighth Row: • Russell V. Cobb, III, L. A.; Clinton, Sherman AFB, Oklahoma; Alpha Tau Omega. • Jerald D. Cockrell, L. A.; Jackson. • James V. Coggin, Jr., Commerce; Corinth; Sigma Nu. • Harold S. Cohen, Commerce; Clarksdale; Phi Epsilon Pi. • Carol Cole, L. A.; Philadelphia. Ninth Row: • Charles Rex Cole, Engineering; Monticello, Ark.; Alpha Tau Omega. • James L. Coleman, L. A.; • Theresa A. Coltharp, L. A.; Natchez. • Diane Conner, L A.; Ripley, Tenn. • Lynn A. L. A.; Memphis, Tenn; Delta Gamma. First Row: • Virgil G. Cook, L. A.; Avalon; Sigma Alpha • Carol A. Conklin, L. A.; Miami, Fla. • Corley, L. A.; Jackson. • John G. Corlew, L. A.; Pascagoula; Sigma Nu. • Nancy C. Coursey, L. A.; Raleigh; Delta Gamma. Second Row: • Sammy T. Courtney, Pharmacy; Florence. • Mary C. Cox, Education; West Point. • Sidney A. Cox, L. A.; Brandon; Sigma Nu. • Richard L. Phaimacy; Holcomb. • Thomas E. Cribbs, L. A.; Sumner; Sigma Chi. Row: • Theresa L. Crcmeans, L. A.; Belmont. • James L. Crook, L. A.; Texas; Sigma Phi Epsilon. • Milton C. Cuevas, Commerce; Pass Christian. • Thomas L. Cupit, L. A.; Columbia. • Rome D. Dabbs, Commerce; Aberdeen. Fourth Row: • Lona K. Dabney, L. A.; Fort Worth, Texas. • James R. Dail, Engineering; Va. • William J. Daniel, L. A.; Fulton; Kappa Sigma. • Richard B. Danks, L. A.; Jackson. • Carolyn F. Davis, Education; Memphis, Tenn. Fifth Row: • Glen H. Davidson, L. A.; Ecru; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Howard Q. Davis, L. A.; Indianola; Alpha Tau Omega. • Winston R. Davis, L. A.; N. Quincy, Mass. • Sally R. Day, Education; McComb; Chi Omega. • Michael R. Dean, L. A.; Winter Park, Fla. Sixth Row: • Steven K. Dear, Commerce; Jackson; Phi Delta Theta. • Margaret R. DeBord, L. A.; Meridian; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Mirna J. Delgadillo, L. A.; Nicaragua. • Donald A. Deline, Commerce; Pascagoula. • Fred K. Delph, Education; Bay St. Louis; Alpha Tau Omega. Seventh Row: • Joan C. Education; Charleston. • Winston H. Denley, L. A.; Grenada. • Mary C. DeShazo, L. A.; Oxford; Delta Delta Delta. • Prince A. Denson, Arlington, Va. • Susan S. Dent, Education; Birmingham, Ala.; Kappa Kappa Gamma. Eighth Row: • Wayne L. Denton, L. A.; Greenwood; Kappa Sigma. • Susan E. Devall, Education; Gulfport; Delta Gamma. • Herbert E. Dewees, L. A.; Meridian; Kappa Alpha. • Elizabeth G. Dexter, L. A.; Selmer, Tenn.; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Carol D. Dick, L. A.; Cranford, N. J. Ninth Row: • Hal C. Dilworth, L. A.; Metairie, La. • Lynda J. Dlugach, L. A.; Covington, Tenn.; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • James K. Dobbs, Commerce; Memphis, Tenn.; Phi Delta Theta. • John E. Doggett, Oxford; Sigma Chi. • Carlos R. Dollar, Magee. First Row: • Diane L. Donald, L. A.: Silver Springs; Zeta Tau Alpha. • James K. Dossett, Jr., Commerce; Jackson. • Herbert H. Dow, L. A.; Colusa, Calif.; Sigma Pi. • Joan E. Downer, Education; Oxford; Delta Delta Delta. • Dale L. Duckworth, Commerce; Jackson. Second Row: • Charles M. Dunagin, L. A.; Calhoun City. • Penny C. Dunaway, L. A.; McComb; Kappa Delta. • Harold E. Dunn, L. A.; Ocean Springs. • Orville R. Easley, Engineering; Osceola, Ark. • Susan D. Eastland, L. A.; Doddsville; Chi Omega. Third Row: • Robert D. Eavenson, L. A.; Marks. • Martin D. Edwards, Education; Bruce. • George R. Edwards, Pharmacy; Summit; Alpha Tau Omega. • Linda A. Eib, L. A.; Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio. • Barbara A. Elder, Commerce; Moss Point. Fourth Row: • Charles M. Elliott, L. A.; Ripley; Sigma Nu. • Ralph F. Ellis, Commerce; Norristown, Pa. • Donna R. Else, L. A.; Yazco City; Zeta Tau Alpha. • Jean G. Enchelmayer, Education; Linden Glencoe, Ill. • Herman D. Estes, Commerce; Natchez. Fifth Row: • Mary E. Etheridge, Commerce; Greenville; Kappa Delta. • Priscilla G. Etter, L. A.; Ft. Worth, Tex. • James B. Etz, Commerce; Elmhurst, Ill. • Linda L. Evans, L. A.; Ft. Smith, Ark. • Benjamin J. Everett, L. A.; Fla.; Delta Kappa Epsilon. Sixth Row: • Bonnie E. Farr, Education; Cleveland ; Phi Mu. • Cornelia C. Ferrill, L. A.; Grenada; Kappa Delta. • Mary A. Ferris, L. A.; Memphis, Tenn. • John W. Fields, L. A.; Sonora, Tex.; Sigma Nu. • David M. Finn, L. A.; Gulfport. Seventh Row: • Delia L. Fisher, Education; Greenville; Kappa Delta. • Mary A. Fitzhugh, Education; McComb. • Clark R. Fletcher, L. A.; Mexico, D.F. • Judy B Florian, Education; Vicksburg; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Carroll L. Flowers, Engineering; Meadville. Eighth Row: • Martha R. Floyd, L. A.; New Orleans, La. • Sledge T. Floyd, Commerce; Como; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • David M. Fonda, Jr., Commerce; Fayette; Kappa Alpha. • Claude E. Foote, L. A.; Iuka. • Aubrey J. Ford, L. A.; Magnolia. Ninth Row: • Marie Ford, L. A.; Pascagoula; Delta Gamma. • John D. Foster, Education; Brooklyn, N.Y. • C. Foster, L. A.; Memphis, Tenn. • James L. Frank, Education; Flint, Mich. • Sally S. Feemster, I,. A.; Tupelo; Delta Gamma. First Row: • Barbara A. Franklin, L. A.; El Paso, Texas; Alpha Delta Pi. • Louis F. Frederick, Pharmacy; Clarksdale; Kappa Sigma. • Nancy A. Fredrickson, Commerce; Sardis; Delta Gamma. • Bonnie K. Furnas, L. A.; Memphis, Tenn.; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Sarah E. Furr, L. A.; Pontotoc; Delta Delta Delta. Second Row: • M. Brian Furst, Commerce; Lake Telemark, N. J. • Benji M. Gaines, L. A.; Iuka; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Sarah T. Gaitskill, L. A.; Lexington, Ky. • Judith L. Garner, L. A.; Jackson. • Louise M. Gardner, Commerce; Senatobia. Third Row: • Gayle L. Garth, L. A.; Jackson; Delta Gamma. • John W. Gary, III, L. A.; Eupora; Sigma Chi. • Henry M. Castrell, Engineering; Vicksburg; Phi Delta Theta. • Ruth A. Gean, L. A.; Oxford. • George S. Gennin, L. A.; Tylertown. Fourth Row: • Vernon F. George, Engineering; Natchez; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • Lucy S. Gerhart, L. A.; Jackson; Chi Omega. • Jo G. Gerrard, L. A.; Marks. • Sybil P. Gibbons, L. A.; Memphis, Tenn.; Delta Gamma. • Anne C. Gilchrist, L. A.; Courtland, Ala.; Kappa Kapp a Gamma. Fifth Row: • William A. Giles, Commerce; New York, N. Y. • George Y. Gillespie, Jr., L. A.; Greenwood. • William Shelton Gillis, L. A.; Batesville. • Larry R. Gober, L. A.; Grenade. • Lenward F. Gofer, Oxford. Sixth Row: • John C. Goudelock, L. A.; Bruce. • M. Susan Goza, L. A.; Rosedale; Chi Omega. • Larry L. Grantham, Commerce; Grenada. • Stephanie J. Gratz, L. A.; Oxford; Kappa Delta. • Jerry T. Graves, L. A.; Ark. Seventh Row: • Martha L. Gray, L. A.; Jackson; Delta Delta Delta. • Charlene Green, L. A.; Macon. • Donna S. Green, L. A.; Farmerville, La. • Howard L. Green, Jr., L. A.; Hazlehurst. • John B. Green, Engineering; La.; Phi Delta Theta. Eighth Row: • Billie F. Greer, L. A.; Poplarville; Alpha Omicron Pi. • John M. Guttery, III, L. A.; Dyersburg, Tenn.; Sigma Nu. • David L. Guyton, L. A.; Jackson; Sigma Chi. • William R. Gwin, Engineering; Indianola; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Myra D. Haase, L. A.; Chamios, Mo. Ninth Row: • Dolores D. Haig, L. A.; Milwaukee, Wis.; Alpha Omicron Pi. • Joe C. Hailey, Commerce; Selmer, Tenn.; Kappa Sigma. • William A. Halley, Walnut. • Suzanne Haley, L. A.; Columbus; Delta Delta Delta. • Clayton M. Hall, Commerce; Gulfport; Phi Kappa Psi. First Row: • Donald G. Hall, L. A.; N. Y. • Kenneth A. Hall, Pharmacy; Picayune. • Robert A. Ham, L. A.; Greensboro, N. C. • Don D. Hamachek, Jr., Memphis, Tenn.; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Robert W. Hamill, Engineering; Meridian; Pi Kappa Alpha. Second Row: • Martha C. Hardee, L. A.; Newton; Delta Gamma. • Mike W. Hardy, L. A.; Canton; Sigma Pi. • Jennifer J. L. A.; New Orleans, La. • Harriet L. Harper, L. A.; Batesville; Kappa Delta. • Griffin H. Harrell, Engineering; Memphis, Tenn.; Sigma Pi. Third Row: • Frank W. Harrington, Commerce; Aberdeen; Sigma Chi. • Jan Harris, Education; Vicksburg; Kappa Delta. • John L. Harris, Engineering; Water Valley. • Marilyn F. Harris, L. A.; St. Pete, Fla.; Delta Gamma. • Phillip G. Harris, Commerce; Morton. Fourth Row: • John D. Hartman, L. A.; New London, Conn. • Roseann E. Harwood, L. A.; Killeen, Texas; Kappa Delta. • Donna J. Hathcote, L. A.; Amory; Robert E. Hauberg, L. A.; Jackson. • Lisa D. Hayes, L. A.; White Haven, Tenn.; Alpha Omicron Pi. Fifth Row: • Dallas F. Haynes, L. A.; Carlisle, Pa. • Wallace E. Heggie, Engineering; Batesville; Sigma Nu. Evelyn G. Heitman, L. A.; Lawton, Okla. • Carolyn J. L. A.; Mer La.; Phi Mu. ° June A. Hendricks, Education; Hattiesburg. Sixth Row: • David B. Henry, Pharmacy; Gulfport; Sigma Phi Epsilon. • Durwood D. Herbert, L. A.; N. Carrolton. • Dennis C. Hermerding, Commerce; Memphis, Tenn. • John C. Herring, Engineering; Jackson. • Kathryn H. Hester, L. A.; Jackscn; Kappa Kappa Gamma. Seventh Row: • James C. Hickman, Engineering; Eureka, Ill. • A. Hicks, Commerce; University. • Beryl M. Higgins, L. A.; Arlington, Va. • Mary Lou Hill, Memphis, Tenn. • Raymond C. Hill, Engineer. ing; W. Helena, Ark. Eighth Row: • Sharon L. Hill, L. A.; Tupelo; Alpha Delta Pi. • Ora E. Hines, L. A.; Ripley. • David E. Hinton, L. A.; Hattiesburg. • Julie N. Hird, L. A.; St. Cloud, Minn.; Delta Gamma. • Elbert C. Hodge, Engineering; Birmingham, Ala.; Phi Delta Theta. Ninth Row: • John W. Hodge, Commerce; Meridian; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Wilson E. Hodge, L. A.; Shubuta. • Michael F. Hudgson, Commerce; Picayune; Sigma Nu. • Charles H. Holcomb, Commerce; Oxford. • Paschal D. Holcomb, L. A.; Clarksdale; Phi Delta Theta. First Row: • Carol A. Holden, L. A.; Poplarville. • Jeff F. L. A.; Meridian; Phi Delta Theta. • Miller P. Holmes, L. A.; Yazoo City; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Norman R. Holstein, Commerce; Miami, Fla. • George H. Homich, L. A.; Dayton, Ohio. Second Row: • Franklin E. Hood, L. A.; Clinton; Pi Kappa Alpha. • John L. Hopkins, L. A.; Kossuth. • Lynda M. Horn, Education; Magee. • Michael A. L. A.; Gulfport; Phi Delta Theta. • Edward J. Horvath, L. A.; L. A. F. B., Maine; Pi Kappa Alpha. Third Row: • Noble 0. Hovater, Commerce; Tuscumbia, Ala.; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Earnest E. Howard, III, L. A.; Sigma Chi. • Charlie W. Howell, L. A.; Sonora, Texas; Alpha Tau Omega. • Susan B. Howell, L. A.; Lakeland, Fla.; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Carroll W. Hudson, L. A.; Columbus; Sigma Nu. Fourth Row: • Paula G. Hudson, Education; Hosston, La.; Zeta Tau Alpha. • Stephanie J. Hudson, L. A.; Memphis, Tenn. • Glenn Hughes, L. A.; Memphis, Tenn.; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Heber B. Hughes, Engineering; Haynes, Ark. • Peter D. Hughes, L. A.; Quechee, Vt.; Kappa Alpha. Fifth Row: • Edwin C. Humphreys, L. A.; Jackson; Sigma Phi Epsilon. • Jessie V. Humphreys, L. A.; Marianna, Ark.; Delta Gamma. • Sandra G. Humphreys, L. A.; Pascagoula. • Leslie B. Hunter, L. A.; Grenada. • Nancy L. Ingle, L. A.; Columbia, Tenn. Sixth Row: • Linda D. Ingrassia, L. A.; Mississippi City; Alpha Omicron Pi. • Mike L. Inmon, Engineering; Oxford. • Frank M. Irby, L. A.; Vicksburg. • Gloria D. Irby, L. A.; Meridian. • Linda Ray Ivy, L. A.; Calhoun City. Seventh Row: • John W. labour, Commerce; Vicksburg; Phi Kappa Psi. • Lorraine V. Jahncke, Education; New Orleans, La. • Mildred A. James, Education; Natchez; Phi Mu. • John E. Jayme, Commerce; Mantua, Ohio; Kappa Alpha. • Bruce C. Jayne, L. A.; Jackson; Alpha Tau Omega. Eighth Row: • Donald G. Johnson, Commerce; Biloxi; Alpha Tau Omega. • Gail K. Johnson, L. A.; Aberdeen, S. D.; Alpha Omicron Pi. • Glenn Johnson, L. A.; Port Arthur. Texas; Phi Mu. • James H. Johnson, L. A.; Ripley. • Larry L. Johnson, Commerce; Forest; Sigma Chi. Ninth Row: • Lon C. Johnson, L. A.; Canton; Kappa Sigma. • Margaret Johnson, Education; Greenwood; Zeta Tau Alpha. • Martha L. Johnson, L. A.; University. • Patricia P. Johnson, Commerce; Hattiesburg; Alpha Delta Pi. • Roger C. Johnson, Engineering; Tenn.; Sigma Nu. First Row: • Sara Ann Johnson, L. A.; Water Valley. • Fredric E. Jones, L. A.; San .Francisco, Calif. • George Evans Jones, Jr., L. A.; West Point. • James Carroll Jones, L. A.; Jackson. • James Vanoy Jones, Tr., Education; Ellisville. Second Row: • James William Commerce; Macon. • John Nathaniel Jones, L. A.; Tupelo. • James Street Commerce; Clarksdale. • John Newman Jr., L. A.; Gibbstown, N. J. • Kay Lynne Kar- sten, Education; Kennett, Mo.; Delta Gamma. Third Row: • John Francis Kavanaugh, Education; Vicksburg; Kappa Alpha. • Claud Leake Keirn, III, L. A.; Greenwood. • Patricia Lynn Keister, L. A.; Florence, Ala.; Alpha Omicron Pi. • Mendal Gene Kemp, Education; Carthage; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Gerard Liewellyn Kempermann, Engineering; Milwaukee, Wis. Fourth Row: • Heber Kennedy, Jr., Engineering; Jackson; Delta Psi. • Thomas Earl Keyes, Commerce; Laurel. • Emily Linis Killebrew, L. A.; St. Augusta, Fla.; Zeta Tau Alpha. • Marcia Jan Kimbrell, Education; Chi Omega. • Robert Patten Kincade, L. A.; Clarksdale; Sigma Chi. Fifth Row: • Joseph Jasper King, Jr., L. A.; Columbus; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Hilda Joyce King, Education; Memphis, Tenn. • Roger Terry King, Education; Malden, Mo. • George W. Commerce; Walls. • Carmen Susan Klotz, L. A.; McComb; Kappa Kappa Gamma. Sixth Row: • Jerry Wayne Knotts, L. A.; Columbia. • John Douglas Koehler, Education; Dieray Beach, Fla. • Arthur S. Kramer, L. A.; Brooklyn, N. Y.; Phi Kappa Psi. • Robert Lee Krellein, Commerce; Jasper, Ind. • Marianne Laberge, L. A.; Laurel; Delta Delta Delta. Seventh Row: • Claude Julius Ladner, Engineering; Gulfport. • Heber Austin Ladner, L. A.; Jackson; Phi Delta Theta. • Brenda Diane Land, Engineering; Louin. • Texada Landers, L. A.; Alexandria, La.; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Elizabeth Ann Lane, L. A.; Delta Gamma. Eighth Row: • Jerry Norman Lankford, L. A.; Clarksdale. • Onas Lape, Jr., Commerce; Owensboro, Ky.; Sigma Nu. • Jean F. Larroux, L. A.; Bay St. Louis. • Betty Lou Larson, Education; Water Valley. • Frances Sue Larson, Education; Water Valley. Ninth Row: • Joseph C. Larson, Commerce; Butler, N. J.; Sigma Pi. • Michael Dan Commerce; Gulfport; Sigma Nu. • Mary J. Latham, Commerce; Hollandale. • Rosemary Latimer, L. A.; Okolona; Kappa Delta. • Billy Ray Lea, L. A.; Jackson. First Row: • J. A. Ledbetter, Pharmacy; Iuka. • Clement Lee, Engineering; Sao Paulo, Brazil. • Dicki C. Lee, L. A.; Oxford; Delta Gamma. • Robert E. Lee, Jr., Laurel. • Herman Mc Lesley, Jr., L. A.; New Albany. Second Row: • Mason W. Lessley, L. A.; Woodville; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • Garner W. Lester, L. A.; Jackson; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Alice C. Levy, L. A.; Harlingen, Texas; Kappa Delta. • Waite E. Ligon, III, Clarksdale; Delta Psi. • Ancil L. Macon. Third Row: • Sally J. Lindner, Education; Hinsdale, Ill.; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Robbie L. Lindsey, L. A.; Laurel; Phi Mu. • Nancy B. Linkroum, L. A.; Coral Gables, Fla. • Earle F. Lipscomb, L. A.; Jackson; Phi Delta Theta. • William B. Lipscomb, Commerce; Jackson. Fourth Row: • Jamie R. Little, Commerce; Webb. • Jimmy C. Long, Commerce; Tupelo; Sigma Chi. • John T. Longino, Commerce; Jonestown; Phi Delta Theta. • Jerome L. Lohrmann, L. A.; Concord, Calif.; Brenda L. Lokey, L. A.; Amarillo, Texas; Kappa Kappa Gamma. Fifth Row: • John W. Lowery, L. A.; Jackson, Kappa Alpha. • John M. McCalla, L. A.; Covington, Tenn.; Sigma Nu. • Harry E. McCollum, L. A.; Clinton; Alpha Tau Omega. • Richard E. McCool, Engineering; • Linda E. McCormick, L. A.; Forest. Sixth Row: • Olivia M. McCoy, L. A.; Tutwiler; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Willette L. McCracken, Engineering; Zeta Tau Alpha. • Clarence A. McDaniel, L. A.; Mississippi City. • Judith G. McDonald, L. A.; Metairie, La.: Alpha Delta Pi. • Sally W. McDonnell, Commerce; Hazlehurst. Seventh Row: • Marcia A. McDuff, L. A.; Hattiesburg; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Laura D. McEachern, Commerce; Jackson. • Carolyn A. McElwain, L. A.; Faulkder; Delta Gamma. • Robert B. McGehee, L. A.; Vicksburg; Phi Delta Theta. • William T. McGlathery, III, Birmingham, Ala.; Phi Delta Theta. Eighth Row: • Adele N. McGowan, Education; Jackson; Delta Delta Delta. • Virginia F. McGugin, L. A.; Nashville, Tenn.; Delta Delta Delta. • George W. McHenry, Jr., Commerce; Wiggins. • Corwin L. McKay, L. A.; Cincinnati, Ohio. • Charles W. McLemore, Meadville. Ninth Row: • Gage M. McLendon, Education; Quitman; Chi Omega. • Thomas D. McNeese, L. A.; Columbia; Sigma Chi. • Robert T. McRaney, Jr., L. A.; Picayune. • Michnel T. McRee, Engineering; Greenville; Kappa Alpha. • James T. McSwain, L. A.; Ft. Walton, Fla. First Row: • Charlotte A. Mackey, Education; Oxford; Kappa Delta. • Amanda H. Malcolm, L. A.; Atlanta, Ga.; Zeta Tau Alpha. • James E. Mallette, L. A.; Smith. • Mayme F. Malouf, L. A.; Greenwood. • Ruth V. Mann, Commerce; Belmont; Kappa Delta. Second Row: • Renee Manning, Commerce; Greenville; Delta Delta Delta. • Dick H. Commerce; Sigma Nu. • Linda A. Marlin, L. A.; Tampa, Fla.; Alpha Omicron Pi. • Mary K. Marshall, Bastrop, La. • William M. Martin, Commerce; Jackson. Third Row: • William E. Law; Birmingham, Ala.; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • Sam J. Mavar, Commerce; Biloxi. • Patricia Jo Maxwell, L. A.; Caledonia. e Vella A. Mayer, L. A.; Waynesboro. • Robert L. Mays, L. A.; Ripley; Sigma Nu. Fourth Row: • Susan J. Meason, L. A.; Natchez; Kappa Delta. • Kachy L. L. A.; Indian Orchard, Mass.; Sigma Phi Epsilon. • Floyd M. Melton, Commerce; Greenwood; Phi Delta Theta. • Billie M. Mestayer, L. A.; New Iberia, La.; Zeta Tau Alpha. • Lattimore M. Micha el, Commerce; Rosedale; Kappa Alpha. Fifth Row: • Paul 0. Miller, Engineering; Ala.; Beta Theta Pi. • Sharron L. L. A.; Rockville, Md.; Alpha Omicron Pi. • Carl T. Mi llice, Commerce; Jackson. Audrey L. Mills, Commerce; Hagerstown, Md.; Zeta Tau Alpha. • James C. Mingee, L. A.; Natchez. Sixth Row: • Carolyn E. Mitchell, L. A.; Paragould, Ark.; Alpha Delta Pi. • Henry R. L. A.; Jackson. • Sidney L. Mize, L. A.; Brookhaven; Kappa Delta. • Thomas R. Montgomery, Pharmacy; Bruce. • Jack F. Moore, Commerce; Pensacola, Fla. Seventh Row: • John R. Moore. Engineering; Holly Springs; Sigma Chi. • J ames Ryan Moore, L. A.; Pascagoula. Patricia A. Moore, Commerce; Senatobia; Delta Delta Delta. • Mary M. Morehead, Education; Jackson; Delta Delta Delta. • M. Elizabeth Morris, Education; Woodville; Alpha Omicron Pi. Eighth Row: • James P. Morris, Commerce; New Albany; Sigma Nu. • John T. Morris, L. A.; Clarksdale; Phi Delta Theta. • Margaret L. Commerce; Jackson. • Medley C. L. A.; Raymond. • Marie E. Commerc e; Vicksburg. Ninth Row: • Wayne R. Mundy, Engineering; Biloxi. • Buford C. Murphree, Engineering; Tunica. • Dennis H. L. A.; Jackson; Kappa Alpha. • Betsy A. L. A.; Dallas, Texas; Kappa Delta. • Mary N. Murphy, L. A.; Tenn. First Row: • James L. Murray, Pharmacy; Meadville. • Albert T. Myatt, Engineering; Houston. • John A. Myrick, Commerce; Ocean Springs. • Edward L. Nero, L. A.; W. Warwick, R. I. • Christopher L. Neal, L. A.; Clarksdale; Sigma Nu. Second Row: • George R. Neblett, L. A.; Shelby; Phi Delta Theta. • Sandra Neely, Education; Jackson; Chi Omega. • Travis M. Nelson, Engineering; Greenwood. • David G. Neri, L. A.; St. Charles, Ill.; Sigma Phi Epsilon. • Betty L. Nester, Commerce; Alexandria, Va. Third Row: • Charles S. Nicewarner, L. A.; Rockville, Md.; Phi Kappa Psi. • Ida Kathryn Nix, L. A.; Sardis. • Jerry Ruth Nix, L. A.; Pontotoc. • Charles R. Nute, Shaw. • William E. O ' Brien, Engineering; Belzoni; Kappa Alpha. Fourth Row: • David F. Oglesbee, L. A.; Pascagoula. • Curtis W. Oglesby, Engineering; Stewart. • John E. Olson, L. A.; Amory. • Susan P. Ottarson, L. A.; Nashville; Delta Delta Delta. • Judith R. Ousley, L. A.; Tenn.; Kappa Delta. Fifth Row: • Carroll I. Overby, Engineering; Pontotoc. • Janice Olita Owen, L. A.; Metairie, La. • Lynal J. Owens, Engineering; Greenville. • Massie C. Pacchione, Commerce; Glenside, Pa. • Lynda J. Palmer, L. A.; Dermott, Arkansas. Sixth Row: • Walter H. Palmer, L. A.; Meridian; Phi Kappa Psi. • William J. Palmer, L. A.; Pascagoula; Sigma Phi Epsilon. • Alan M. Parker, L. A.; Hattiesburg; Sigma Nu. • Catherins D. Parsons, Commerce; Rosedale; Chi Omega. • Mary E. Patterson, Education; Rome; Kappa Kappa Gamma. Seventh Row: • Joe R. Patty, Education; Jackson; Kappa Sigma. • Shirley V. Payne, L. A.; Brandon; Delta Delta Delta. • Victor J. Payne, L. A.; Lucedale. • Durrett B. L. A.; Coffeeville; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Raleigh E. Pendleton, L. A.; Covington; Kappa Kappa Gamma. Eighth Row: • Jon G. Pennebaker, L. A.; Edwards. • James W. Pennington, L. A.; Sumner. • Tina Pepper, L. A.; Grenada. • Ronald G. Peresich, Commerce; Biloxi. • Charles E. Perkins, Pharmacy; Biloxi. Ninth Row: • Marsha R. Perry, Education; Grenada. • Dorothy J. Petkovsek, L. A.; Natchez. • James William Petty, L. A.; Natchez. • Cary A. Phillips, Commerce; Sigma Nu. • Lars 0. Phillips, Engineering; Bay St. Louis; Kappa Sigma. First Row: • Robert L. Phillips, L. A.; Newberg, Tenn.; Beta Theta Pi. • William F. Phinney, L. A.; Arlington, Va. • Marilyn A. Piccatto, Education; Memphis, Tenn. • Nancy C. Pierce, L. A.; Vicksburg; Delta Gamma. • Morris E. Pigott, L. A.; McComb; Alpha Tau Omega. Second Row: •Mary Ann Pike, L. A.; Water Valley. • Nan D. Pipes, L. A.; Bastrop, La.; Phi Mu. • Judith G. Education; Jackson. • May E. Pittman, Commerce; Chatham. • William L. Poore, L. A.; Tenn.; Sigma Nu. Third Row: • Judieth E. Port, L. A.; Monroe, La.; Phi Mu. • Martha C. Porter, L. A.; Pattison; Delta Gamma. • Robert M. Porter, Jr., L. A.; Como; Kappa Alpha. • Albert D. Powell, L. A.; Coldwater. • Brenda G. Powers, Education; Charleston. Fourth Row: • David L. Poynter, L. A.; Natchez. • Philip L. Poythress, Engineering; Meridian. • Robert E. Commerce; Brandon. • Jere May Prendergast, L. A.; New City, N. Y. • Betty Ann Price, L. A.; Greenville. Fifth Row: • Bobby N. Price, Commerce; Tupelo; Sigma Nu. • James William Price, Jr., Engineering; Oxford; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Belle F. Privette, L. A.; Jackson. • Peggy D. Qualls, Education; Corinth. • Hillrie M. Quin, Engineering; Jackson; Phi Kappa Psi. Sixth Row: • Pat H. Reborn, Commerce; Carlisle, Arkansas. • Rebecca B. Raney, L. A.; Charleston. • Ronnie E. Raney, Commerce; Charleston. • John P. Rankin, Engineering; Natchez. • Mary A. Ratcliff, L. A.; Liberty. Seventh Row: • Charles E. Ray, Engineering; Water Valley; Sigma Nu. • Penny Ray, L. A.; Grenada. • Stark L. Ray, Education; Biloxi. • George A. Rayner, L. A.; • Martha Rea, L. A.; Clinton; Kappa Kappa Gamma. Eighth Row: • Gary A. Reed, Commerce; Jackson. • Jimmie C. Reed, L. A.; Leland; Phi Kappa Psi. • William B. Regan, L. A.; Magnolia; Alpha Tau Omega. • Rona R. Rhine, L. A.; Paragould, Ark. • Barbara L. Ricau, L. A.; Metairie, La.; Kappa Kappa Gamma. Ninth Row: • Dorothy H. Rich, L. A.; Chatham. • Frances D. Richardson, Education; Bogalusa, La.; Alpha Delta Pi. • Peggy M. Richardson, L. A.; Brookhaven; Delta Delta Delta. • James S. Ricks, Commerce; Jackson; Phi Delta Theta. • John M. Riddell, Engineering; Laurel. First Row: • Jerry Ann Riggs, L. A.; Carrollton. • Gerald C. Rikard, Commerce; Olive Branch. • Charles B. Riter, Commerce; Providence, R. I. • John N. Robbins, L. A.; New Albany. • Ann W. Roberds, L. A.; Texas; Alpha Delta Pi. Second Row: • Gary S. Roberson, Commerce; Jackson; Phi Delta Theta. • Betty Sue Roberts, Commerce; Memphis, Tenn.; Kappa Delta. • Charles T. Roberts, Commerce; Alexandria, La.; Kappa Alpha. • Gayle D. Roberts, Commerce; Natchez. • Gerald M. Robertson, L. A.; Hattiesburg. Third Row: • John W. Robertson, L. A.; Meridian; Phi Delta Theta. • Leroy T. Robertson, Commerce; Jackson; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • Howell W. Rogers, L. A.; Lamar. • James C. Rogers, L. A.; Frankfort, Ky.; Sigma Chi. • Tommy C. Rogers, Commerce; Laurel; Sigma Chi. Fourth Row: • William L. Rogers, L. A.; New Albany; Sigma Chi. • James C. Rochester, Jr., L. A.; Byhalia. • Richard L. Ross, Pharmacy; Woodland. • Sandra C. Ross, Pharmacy; Houlka. • Robert W. Rosser, L. A.; Irvington, N. J. Fifth Row: • Scottye C. Rotenberry, Commerce; Mendenhall. • Faith Rountree, L. A.; Jackson; Zeta Tau Alpha. • Patricia Anne Rowland, Education; Gadsden, Ala. • Wesley B. L. A.; Natchez; Phi Epsilon Pi. • Donald P. Russell, L. A.; Monticello. Sixth Row: • Elaine NI. Russell, L. A.; Jackson. • Jam es L. Education; Rantoul, Ill. David G. Salladay, Engineering; Westgate, Md. ° Suzanna C. Sampson, L. A.; Wilmette, Ill.; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Linda R. Sanderson, L. A.; Vardaman. Seventh Row: • May 0. Sanders, L. A.; Sallis. • Harriet Ann L. A.; York, Pa. • Elizabeth A. Sartor, Pachuta. • Margaret L. Savage, L. A.; Oxford; Phi Mu. • Patricia D. Scarbrough, Education; Eighth Row: • Barbara L. Schmidt, L. A.; Jackson. ° Francis A. Schurtz, Jr., L. A.; Jackson; Phi Kappa Psi. • Charles L. Scott, Commerce; Beaumont, Texas; Sigma Phi Epsilon. • James P. Scrivener, L. A.; Memphis, Tenn. ° Elizabeth E. Seay, L. A.; Oxford; Delta Gamma. Ninth Row: • Robert J. Semet, Engineering; Willow Grove, Pa. • Edward R. Seward, Commerce; Yazoo City. ° James D. Seymore, L. A.; Blytheville, Ark. • Dianne J. Shaffer, L. A.; Hillsboro, Ohio; Alpha Delta Pi. • Larry D. Shappley, L. A.; Handsboro; Sigma Phi Epsilon. First Row: • Robert 0. Shephard, Jr., L. A.; Atlanta, Ga. • James E. L. A.; Tallulah, La. ° Camille R. Shofner, Pharmacy; Isola. • Charles K. Showalter, Engineering; Griffithville, Ark. 0 Nancy J. Simms, Pharmacy; Long Beach; Zeta Tau Alpha. Second Row: • Victor H. Sims, L. A.; Pascagoula. • Susan L. Singletree, L. A.; Acworth, Ga.; Zeta Tau Alpha. ° Katherine R. Skeen, L. A.; Clintwood, Va. • Francine I. Skidmore, Education; Oak Park, Ill. • Jerry C. Smith, L. A.; Union Church. Third Row: • James E. Smith, Commerce; Oxford; Pi Kappa • John G. Smith, Engineering; St. Louis, Ill.; Alpha Tau Omega. • Kendric E. Smith, L. A.; • Lawrence C. Smith, L. A.; Florence, Ala. ° Martha B. L. A.; Jackson. Fourth Row: • Michael C. Smith, L. A.; Jackson. • Sidney L. Smith, Engineering; Gulfport. • Vicki M. Smith, L. A.; Yazoo City; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Waymon A. Smith, Engineering; Jackson, Tenn. • Edwin A. L. A.; Eupora; Sigma Nu. Fifth Row: • Frederick D. Spratlin, Commerce; Bruce. • Juel Wood Spiers, Commerce; Carriere. • Beverly J. L. A.; Aberdeen. • Ramona J. Staples, L. A.; Little Rock, Ark. ° Winston H. Statton, Engineering; Russellville, Ky. Sixth Row: • Ronald L. Steinhart, Education; Ireland, Ind. ° William P. Steinwinder, Engineering; Jackson; Alpha Tau Omega. • Sharon M. Stewart, L. A.; Arlington Heights, Ill.; Chi Omega. • Stephen W. Stewart, L. A.; San Marino, Calif.; Phi Kappa Psi. • Faye W. Stidham, L. A.; Nashville, Tenn.; Kappa Kappa Gamma. Seventh Row: • Lee H. Still, Commerce; Batesville. • William C. Stone, Engineering; Haverhill, Mass. • Elizabeth A. Stoudenmire, L. A.; Deland, Fla. • Donna D. Strachn, Commerce; Oxford. • M. Jeanie L. A.; Tupelo. Eighth Row: • Mary Sue Sturges, L. A.; Maitland, Fla. • Polly Anna Swartzfager, Education; Tupelo. • Albert J. Jr., Pharmacy; Biloxi. • Jesse Taintov, Webb; Beta Theta Pi. • Roy W. Tate, L. A.; Jackson. Ninth Row: • James L. Taylor, Jr., Engineering; Memphis, Tenn. • John T. Taylor, Commerce; Jackson; Kappa Alpha. • Stella Teichert, L. A.; University. • James T. L. A.; Picayune; Pi Kappa Alpha. Betty J. Thomas, Education; Greenville. First Row: • Robert A. Thomas, Engineering; Michigan City. • Carolyn K. Thompson, Education; Ripley, Tenn.; Alpha Delta Pi. • Camelia L. Thompson, L. A.; Spring Hill, Tenn. • David W. Thompson, Pharmacy; Alton, Ill. • Lee F. Turner, English; Cecil Field, Fla. Second Row: • Richard M. Todd, L. A.; Jackson; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Robert S. Tomlinson, L. A.; Laurel. • Jack A. Townes, Engineering; Grenada. • Caroline G. Trabue, Commerce; Nashville, Tenn.; Delta Delta Delta. • John J. Treuting, Pharmacy; Biloxi. Third Row: • George R. Tupman, Commerce; Indianola. • Guy N. Turnbow, Ed ucation; Oxford. • Joyce D. Twibell, Commerce; Laurel; Zeta Tau Alpha. • John E. Commerce; Clarksdale; Phi Kappa Psi. • Jane M. Umlauf, Commerce; Daphne, Ala. Fourth Row: • Mary A. Urban, L. A.; Brookhaven; Kappa Delta. • John W. Urbany, L. A.; Greensboro, Pa. • John A. Valentour, L. A.; Jackson. • Nancy J. Vardaman, Education; Meridian; Phi Mu • Ronald S. Vaughan, Commerce; Oxford. Fifth Row: • Jack E. Commerce; Paris, Tenn.; Alpha Tau Omega. • Gerald E. Vernon, Commerce; Kappa Alpha. • Gary A. Vowels, Commerce; Charleston, Mo.; Kappa Alpha. • Michael H. Wade, Engineering; Jackson. Kam L. Engineering; Hong Kong, China. Sixth Row: • George D. Walcott, Engineering; Hollandale; Phi Delta Theta. • Gregory R. Waldo, L. A.; Aurora, Ill.; Sigma Nu. • Friend B. Walker, L. A.; Taylorsville; Phi Delta Theta. • James W. Walker, L. A.; Jackson. • Randall B. Wall, L. A.; Calhoun City. Seventh Row: • David James Wallace, Education; Rochester, N. Y.; Phi Kappa Theta. • Victor Y. Walters, Engineering; Hot Springs, Ark. • Ted 0. Ware, L. A.; Baton La. • Janice K. Warner, L, A.; Laurel. • Katherine N. Warren, L. A.; Natchez; Kappa Delta. Eighth Row: • Robert L. Watkins, Pharmacy; Waynesboro; Sigma Nu. • Harry A. Watson, L. A.; Florence; Beta Theta Pi. • Shirley A. Watson, L. A.; Nashville, Tenn. • Elanor V. Watts, L. A.; Ocean Springs; Delta Gamma. • Mark E. Weaver, L. A.; Champaign, Ill. Ninth Row: • Katherine H. Webb, L A.; Jackson. • Willie R. Webb, Pharmacy; Natchez. • John D. Weldon, Greenville. • Betty L. Welford, L. A.; • Benjamin G. Wells, L. A.; Jackson. First Row: • William D. Wells, L. A.; Summit. • Jana L. West, L. A.; Monroe, La.; Kappa Delta. • Katrina A. Wheeler, L. A.; Montgomery. Ala.; Delta Gamma. • Shirley M. Whitaker, Commerce; Grenada. • William P. White, Pharmacy; Lake Cormorant. Second Row: • Dan E. Wideman, L. A.; Alexandria, Va. • Vicki L. Wilkes, L. A.; Atlanta, Ga. • Ariel E. Williams, L. A.; Tampa, Fla. • Stirling B. Williams, Jr., Memphis, Tenn. • Jerome W. Wilson, Jr., Commerce; Greenville, Miss.; Kappa Alpha. Third Row: • Lee A. Wilson, Education; Kennett, Mo. • Lila I. Wilson, Education; Kennett, Mo. • Roberta M. L. A.; Senatobia; Chi Omega. • Sarah E. Wilson, L. A.; Jackson; Delta Delta Delta. • Suzanna Wilson, L. A.; Vicksburg; Kappa Delta. Fourth Row: • Sally Kate Winters, L. A.; West Point. • Craig H. Witte, L. A.; Bloomington, Ill. • Helen M. Wood, Education; Decatur, Ala. • Jack W. Wood, Blytheville, Ark. • Llewellyn H. Wood, L. A.; Memphis, Tenn.; Chi Omega. Fifth Row: • Johnny B. Wright, Pharmacy; Horn Lake; Phi Kappa Psi. • Sandra E. Wyatt, L. A.; Jackson. • Donnie F. Young, Commerce; Amory. • James R. Young, Jr., Engineering; Bruce. • Ralph E. Young, Jr., Commerce; Meridian; Phi Kappa Alpha. Sixth Row: • Mike N. Zalocusky, Engineering; Biloxi; Sigma Phi Epsilon. DEAN R. MALCOLM GUESS He was a rare composite combining fortitude, pa- tience, perseverence, understanding, dignity and wis- dom, along with the thousands of other virtues that were characteristic of the man we called Dean Guess. He was a man who lived with no other purpose than to serve, and to serve well. Because of this, he was able to lighten the burden and brighten the future of all of us with whom he came in contact. And to those who were so unfortunate as to have missed that hand- shake, that wave across the campus, that smile that belonged only to Dean Guess, he became emblematic of a tradition that was indeed, a tribute to the University. He symbolized a n integrity that will never be surpassed. Now he is our legend. . . . WELL HELL — This is it. Your 1962 OLE MISS. If you like it, fine . . . if you don ' t, well you ' ve paid for it, so you might as well try to enjoy it. Now that everyone has either been tremen- dously repulsed or greatly impressed by the editor ' s fantasy; maybe you can revive your- self enough to read this " Last Word " and be repulsed again and. again. Our year at Ole Miss has been unique in many ways. Everything from the coming of the slaves to the emancipation of the candi- dates for the Associated. Student Body Elections. Our year started with a bang as every year at Ole Miss does. Registrar reported, on one of his many visits to our campus, that 5000 went through registration. Only three missing, two mutilated, and one dead from starvation while standing in line ... stated thirty-five new poverty-seeking professors signed with Ole Miss . . . Head Coach revealed that seventy-five new with lucrative expense accounts . . . Grill manager reported human hand found in grill coffee . . . Cafeteria staff announced thirty-two different ways of naming ham- burger and twenty-five ways of making it taste worse . . . Post Office personnel an- nounce new open proof boxes installed .. . Cardinal Club goes into competition with University Barber Shop . . . University announced the installation of their one- thousand dollar Button-Crushing Machine . . . Physical Plant stated new mud roads in- stalled after pavement washes away in Season . . . Director of Public Safety stated that there would be no driving to class (Proved that one can go from the Hospital to the Education Building in ten minutes . . . 1945 track star did it . . .) Director of Men ' s Housing along with the forty-five members of his Mickie Mouse Club revealed 69 new ways to repulse men students . . . Ex. Woman Marine Sergeant hired to instruct Dorm Mothers in inspection of rooms . . . Dean of Men announces new methods of handling pantie raids, 2000 men storm girls ' dorms .. . Director of Student Activities plans tremen- dous entertainment programs . . . Dean of Women proposes new interrogation methods for women visiting men off campus . . . Bursar introduces new system of thumb printing checks for complete identification . . HELL President of the Student Body collapses cabinet by choosing sides . . Veep in a Whale of a Motion . . . .A.S.B. Treasurer suspected of being honest . . . claims perfection of hunt-in-peck sys- tem . . . Judge of Judicial Council wants new title — Chief Justice more distinguishing .. . debatable . . . Editor of Mississippian suffers from hoof and mouth disease . . . Editor of OLE MISS Yearbook adds two four letter punctuations to stress points . . . Campus again settled down to their usual year of doing nothing . . . President of Cardinal Club leads Texas cheers in lobby of Adolfus in Dallas . . . Noted campus radio commen- tator makes friends and influences people . . . Students vote for Homecoming Queen as they enter the gates to the Homecoming Game .. . Men students exclaim, " Getting a date with one of the five top beauties is like buying football tickets, you must know seventeen days in advance, and then you ' ll still have to stand in line . . . Campus politics booming, mud slinging, etc. . . . Campus Underground distributed to students, those who read it don ' t give a Damn .. . Sororities and Fraternities exclaim biggest rush ever . . . New methods of induction and " hot boxing " now being used . . . I.B. M. added to screw up rush . . . Used later in registration — successful again . . . ATO ' s profess no formal " Hell Week " — they man- aged to cram enough hell into the semester to make up for it . . . Phi Delt ' s announce new portable staircase installed for rush . . . Sigma Chi announces pigeon holes on side of house are not for deposit of mail . . . Pike Roman Ball Menu — grapes, ambrosia, dates . . . University tells SPE ' s that antique beer drums must go . . . Phi Kappa Theta promised fed- eral aid by Brother J.F.K. . . . Delta Psi says Hebrew letters on back of pin . . . Dekes ask " Who came first, the Dekes or the Director of Student Activities? " ... Beta ' s still fighting Federal Government for House Loan .. . Quonset hut being constructed on lot . . . Kappa Sig sets up chapter room in grill . . . Campus Cutie says Sigma Pi parties are the most . . . most yet to be determined . . . Phi Kappa Psi announces that they are still ex- isting very good PKP . . . SAE ' s throw big " Convict Party " — actives dress as Freedom Riders and are shipped to Jackson . . . Sigma Nu finds new ways to meet chapter expenses by the sale of brother ' s pictures at football games . . . KA ' s gain control of ODK by stam- peding in hundreds of obscure personalities . . . Phi Eps disgraced after seeing hero Paul Newman eating ham sandwich in " The Hustler " . Pi Phi colonizes at Ole Miss—sets up house in New Dorm — furnished in contemporary Vet Village . . . ADPi finishes first year — has majority on Texas . . . AOPi plagarizes into Homecoming design victory for second straight year . . . Chi Omega plans new house for fifth year -- plans upset by not producing another Miss America ... Delta Gamma gives dinner for Dorm Mothers — helps keep girls off probation . . . KD ' s throw big rush party — disguise themselves or reveal them- selves as fairies . . . KKG ' s hold faculty teas — better known as Brownie Sessions . . . Phi Mu holds two parties for underprivileged — one for Oxford, the other for Miller Hall .. . Zeta ' s highlight rush party — members dress in pajamas, run arund like caught in vice raid . . . Tri Delt ' s caught teaching fraternities bawdy songs at Haba . Were you repulsed? GOOD. So when you wake up in the morning, to make your day happier, just lean over and tell your room- mate to GO TO HELL . . . Don ' t knock it unless you ' ve tried it ... DBL . . .

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