University of Mississippi Jamie L. Whitten Dinner in Washington, D.C., The
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Turner, R. Gerald (Robert Gerald), 1945-; Mabus, Ray, 1948-
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The Jamie L. Whitten Dinner in Washington D.C. to honor U.S. Representative Jamie L. Whitten and to celebrate the creation of the Jamie L. Whitten Chair of Law and Government at the University of Mississippi. Introduction by Chancellor R. Gerald Turner. Tributes by W. Frederick Smith (Chairman of Federal Express Corporation); Ray Mabus (Governor of Mississippi); Mary Ann Mobley (National Chairperson of the Ole Miss Annual Fund). Miss Mississippi Toni Seawright sings "Mississippi, I Love My Home." William F. Winter (former governor of Mississippi) discusses the University of Mississippi Law School. Will Hickman (Board of Trustees, Mississippi Institutions of Higher Learning) outlines Whitten's education and career. Tributes by U.S. Representative Bob Michel and Speaker of the House Jim Wright. University of Mississippi documentary saluting the career of Jamie L. Whitten, including clips with U.S. Representative Thomas S. Foley; Whitten; U.S. Representative Edward P. Boland; U.S. Representative William H. Natcher; U.S. Representative Silvio Conte. Remarks of Jamie Whitten. Howard McMillan (President of the Ole Miss Alumni Association) presents Centennial Alumni medallion to Jamie Whitten.
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Whitten, Jamie L.; University of Mississippi. Law Center
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