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

 - Class of 1991

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closing Ga{iery — Closing Gaffery — Closing Gaiitry - Closing Galia y 1991 OleMiss Colophon The 1991 Ole Miss is the 97th volume, pub- lished by Taylor Publishing Company of Dallas Texas. The press run was 6,000 copies. Book specifications include 400 pages measuring 9 X 12, printed on 801b. enamel paper. Spot color used in Opening was Deep Green, 23, Fawn, 48, and Silver, 81. Spot color in Sports in- cluded Silver, 48 and Sapphire, 13. Spot color in Features included Gold, 80, Green 23 and Sapphire, 13. The cover was designed by Au- gust Laurent and Jennifer Revels at Taylor. The cover color was suggested by Thomas Phillips. The color is Green, 23 and mission grain was applied to the lower portion of the cover. The dye was designed and cut at Taylor from photos tak- en by August Laurent and submitted to an artist. Gold beading was also applied to the cover. Revenue for the book came from student ac- tivity fees and from the sale of honorary, or- ganization and Greek pages. Revenue from Greeks was approximately 8,700. Hononraries and organizations totaled more than $20,000. The total operating budget was $165,741. Stu- dents paid $8.00 per semester in their activities fees for the annual. All pages were designed using Page, Type and Index Vision software from Taylor. All pictures were taken by student photographers except for Who ' s Who, Hall of Fame, Beauties, Favorites and class pictures, all of which were taken by Professional Images Photography of Jackson, MS. Some photographs were supplied by Walt Mixon Photography of Oxford. The 1991 Ole Miss is a student-edited pub- lication, produced at the University of Missis- sippi, University, MS. The viewpoints represent- ed in this yearbook are those solely of the staff (about three people) and in no way reflect Uni- versity policy. Alan ShefTield Closing — 399

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Editors Closing w, hen I first took over as Editor last year it was an overwhelming feeling and I really didn ' t know what to expect. A few weeks after I was elected Mr. Denley asked me to speak at the journalism reunion about the annual. I hadn ' t prepared anything so I just told the audience what I thought this year was going to be like. I told them I expected this year to be alot like having a baby — nine months of pain and agony — lots of uncertainty — and no clue how it is going to come out until it gets here. It turned out that the summation I gave that day ended up being so true, and as I write this now, I still have months to wait to see what my final result will be. I know it has been customary for the Editor to put a picture of themselves on the closing page, but my feeling was that there had been so many more people who contributed to the annual that I didn ' t belong here all alone. I tried to get the girls in the basement all together, but we never slowed down long enough in between my nights at Farley to take one. I pictured my parents and Jennifer Revels, my business man- ager. They know all too well what this year has meant for me. First of all I would like to thank my parents. They didn ' t really know what to say when I called home with the crazy idea of running for Editor. All my dad could say was that he knew I could do it. When I called home a few weeks ago to say that I was con- sidering running again, well, my dad said are you sure you can do it? Thanks for all your support and for listening to me complain and complain and com- plain. Next, I want to thank the two people who really stood by me throughout the entire production of this book. Jennifer and John, I can never tell you how much you both mean to me. Every part of this book came about because you two urged me on when times got rough. Besides myself, I think you two are the only ones who have even a clue what the book will look like. You have both been with me from day one and helped this book take shape. Your individual efforts as business manager and as section editor will be appreciated always. I love you both. To the girls downstairs at the Tri-Delt house. We always thought it would have been fun to have had apartments, only now do we know that the basement was the best place we could have lived. Mary Linda, Laurie, Carrie, Leigh, Lacey, Susan, Portia, Hyde, Jen, Wesley, TJ, Katie and Kelly, yall have given me the four best years of my life. None of this would have been possible without your love and support. To my photographers, BJ, Pete and Alan, thanks a million. For all my last minute photo requests, I apologize. Yall have to be the smallest photo staff of any yearbook this size, but you did a fine job and I will always appreciate it. Many thanks to Margaret Barnhart, Deanne Mos- ley, Michael Huffines, Amy Shakespeare and The- resa Champion. As section editors, each of you just about single-handidly put out your sections. I ' m sor- ry the new computer system made it difficult for you to really utilize your staffs, but the jobs each of you did was incredible. I hope you ' ll stick it out with me for one more year. Extra special thanks to Traci Mitchell, Sherri and Mr. Denley who on a daily basis listened to me complain and gave me some comic relief. Thanks also to Greg Williams, our Taylor rep., who was with me all the way in convincing Mr. Denley to let me have such an expensive cover. I really enjoyed work- ing with you. Ollie Brock, my savior, thanks for the pics and for always making me laugh. Thanks to Walt Mixon and the Oxford Photo staff. I would also like to thank Kim Jergens of Professional Images. In addition to solving the classes crisis, you gave me much needed support along the way, it was very much appreciated. I would like to thank David R., David S., and David T., at the Oxford Eagle. You guys (and Bruce Newman of course) were wonderful to me. Thanks for everything. I hope I haven ' t left anyone out, it has been such a crazy year that often I forget things. I appreciate every- one who helped out. From the Greeks who turned their pictures in on time, (minus the two or three that I had to call and call and call) to Wade and the ASB office for identifying photos five and six times. Thanks for every- one who was patient and put up with rescheduling and mistakes. I have to say that about ten people put this annual out. If you look really close on some of the pages I ' m sure there is still some of their blood, sweat and tears. I think I accomplished many of the things I set out to do. If you do find mistakes or if there is something you really just don ' t like, please keep in mind that this annual was a new experience for all of us and we gave it our best shot. Some of the problems we encountered this year we hope to correct. I would appreciate constructive (key word) crit- icism of the annual. Afterall, it is supposed to be a represenatation of your year, and your ideas are appreciated. I have to say in conclusion that I have mixed feelings as I an FINALLY finished with the 1991 book, and begin to look at 1992. I will miss my basement support group, as they are heading into the real world to find jobs. I hope you guys will be thinking about me. I am looking forward to working with everyone again next year and I am hoping I can talk my sister Claudia into joining the staff. I hope in looking over this book you can see a little bit of what I saw when I examined what Ole Miss was to me. I hope I captured that for you in our book. See you next year. August

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