About the Author
Ronald F. Borne, Oxford, Mississippi, is a medicinal chemist who served the University of Mississippi in several teaching, research, and administrative positions. He has written approximately one hundred professional and scientific publications as well as several nonprofessional articles and two books: "Beginnings & Ends" and "The Great College Coaches Cookbook".
Hugh Clegg (1898-1979) was among the most notable Mississippi historical figures during the 1920s through the 1960s. Born in Mathiston, Mississippi, he was a member of the Federal Bureau of Investigation from 1926 to 1954, during which time he rose to the top leadership and worked directly under Director J. Edgar Hoover and Associate Director Clyde Tolson.