And on page 114 it shows a clipping from the Nov. 19 1926 Mississippian with a version of Hotty Toddy. From what I can tell (it's hard to see exactly what it says) it says:
Highty Tighty Gosh a mighty
Who in the hell are we
Bim bam flim flam
Ole Miss by damn
I'm assuming that the first word is "highty." It doesn't really look like that, but it would make sense. In any case, it seems as if Hotty Toddy has been around longer than most of us thought. Just thought some people might be interested.