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i!!)^lti:§APS-WlLSON LIBRARY 
MltLsAPi COLLEGE 

-Jackson Mississippi 39210 



MILLSAPS-WILSON LIBRARY 
MIl.LSAPS COLLEGE 

"■''SIPPI 39210 



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BOOK I 

TKe College 

BOOK II 

Classes 

BOOK III 

Literal^ 

BOOK IV 

Fraternities 

BOOK V . 

Athletics 





I 



orewvra 

hrough the medium of this 
book ive express to our fellotu 
alumni a hearty greeting ana 
to our felloiv students a fond 
fareioell. VC^ e have endeav- 
ored in its jiages to portray 
truthfully the many sides of 
student life at J^illsa^s in 
nineteen hundred and tzuenty, 
' )j|l'^°^ and if in coming years, tuhen 

■ ^ incidents of college life groiv 

dim, this volume should hel^ 
you to recall familiar faces 
and -pleasant memories, then 
ive have not labored in vain. 




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To 
T>r. T>add Martin Key 

The friend of every student, 
a ^ohshed gentleman, a 
manly man, in a-^^reciation 
of his dee{> interest in and 
xvhole-hearted devotion to 
Millsa^s, his personal 
charm and character, ive, 
the Class of 1920, respect- 
fully dedicate this volume 
of the Bohashela. 




DR. D. M. KEY 



Board of Trustees 



Officers 

Bishop W. B. Murrah, D.D.. LL.D Presidcnl 

Rev. R. A. Meek, D.D Vice-President 

J. B. Streater Secretary 

W. M. BuiE Treasurer 

Term Expires in 1920 

Rev. W. H. Huntley, D.D. . . . Shubuia 

Rev. W. W. Woollard Oxford 

J. L. Dantzler New Orleans, La. 

Rev. W. B. KreTSCHMAR Greenville 

Rev. M. L. Burton P'"-^' <^'^^°" 

Rev. J. R. CouNTiss G'^"^*^^ 

W. M. BuiE J^-^J^"" .„ 

,,,,„,., Starkville 

W. W. Macruder 

Term Expires in 1923 

„,,,,„ Jackson 

Rev. M. M. Black / 

W. H. Watkins J^^^^°" 

T. L. Lamb ^"P°" 

Rev. T. B. Holloman, D.D Phoenix 

Rev. W. L. Duren Columbus 

Rev. R. a. Meek, D.D Sardis 

T. B. Lampton Jackson 

J B. Streater . . . Black Hawk 




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Alexander Farrar Watkins, A.B.. D.D PresiJcnl 

John Macruder Sullivan, A.M., Ph.D Vice-President and Treasurer 

J. Reese Lin, A.M ' Secretar); 

George Lott Harrell, B.S., M.S Registrar 

Alfred Allen Kern, A.M., Ph.D Librarian 

Mrs. Mary Bowen Clark Assistant Librarian 

John Lambuth Ferguson , Headmaster Preparalor-^ School 



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Faculty 




Alexander Farrar Watkins 

A.B., D.D. 

Presidenl 

A.B., Vanderbilt University, 1SS3; D.D., Cen- 
tenary College, 1900; Field Agent, Millsaps 
College, 1S90-92; President of Whitworth Col- 
lege, 1900-02: Vice-President of Board of Trus- 
tees, Millsaps College, 1900-12; a member of 
the Methodist Ecumenial Conference which met 
at Toronto, Canada, 1911; Member Mississippi 
Annual Conference; Secretary of General Con- 
ference of the Methodist Episcopal Church, 
South, 1906-18; a member of the Commission 
on Unification of the Methodist Episcopal 
Church and the Methodist Episcopal Church, 
South; President of Millsaps College since 
June, 1912; Phi Delta Theta. 



John Magruder Sulli\an 

A.M., PH.D. 

Professor of Chemislrp and Geology 

A.l!., Centenary, InsT; -V.M., Univ.r.-iity of 
Mis.sissippi, IbliO; I'h.D.. Vanderbilt University, 
1900; Professor of Natural Science, Centenary 
College, 1SS9-92; Assistant in Astronomy, Van- 
derbilt University, 1SS6-S7; Graduate Student 
in Chemistry and Geology, University of Chi- 
cago, 1907, 190S. 1911; Member American 
Chemical Society; American Association for the 
Advancement of Science; Mississippi State 
Ti-.Tchcrs' Association; Audubon Society; Na- 
tional Geographic Society; Methodist Historical 
Society of Mississippi; Delta Tau Delta. 




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Faculty 



Alfred Allen Kern 

A.M., PH.D. 

Professor of English 

A.B.. Randolph-Macon, 1,S9S; A.M., 1S90; Teach- 
ing Fellow, Vanilerbilt University, 1899-1900; 
Fellow in English, Johns Hopkins, 1902-03; 
Fellow by Courtesy, 1903-04, 1906-07; Ph.D., 
1907; Author of "The Ancestry of Chaucer," 
"Irwin Russell," in the Library of Southern 
Literature, and "A First Book in English" ; 
Professor of English Literature in Johns Hop- 
kins Summer School, 191.5-16; Professor of 
English in LTniversity of T>=xas, Summer Term, 
191S; Editor-in-Chief of Kappa Alpha Journal; 
Kappa Alpha; Sigma Upsilon; Phi Beta Kappa. 





George Lott Harrell 

B.S., M.S. 

Professor of Astronomy and Phvsics 

B.S., Millsaps College, 1S39; M.S.. 1901; Pro- 
fessor of Science, Whitworth College. 1S99-1900; 
Professor of Physics and Chemistry, Hendrix 
College, 1900-02; Professor of Physics and 
Chemistry. Centenary College, 1902-04; Profes- 
sor of Mathematics and Astronomy, Epworth 
LTniversity, 1904-OS; Professor of Mathematics, 
Centenary College, 190S-09; President of Mans- 
field Female College, 1909-10; Professor of 
Science, Winfleld High School, 1910-11; Profes- 
sor of Mathematics, Louisiana State LTni\'ersity. 
Summer, 1911; Member of American Association 
for Advancement of Science; Member of Amer- 
ican Astronomical Society; Kappa Sigma. 



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Faculty 




J. Reese Lin 

A.B., A.M. 

Professor of Philosophy and History 

A.B.. Emery CoUeg-e; Fellow in Vanderbilt Uni- 
versity. 1S94-96; A.M.. Vanderbilt University; 
Professor of Philosophy and Education, Central 
College. Mo.. 1909-10; Sage Fellow in Cornell 
University, 1910-12; Instructor in English Lit- 
erature and Philosophy. Tulane University. 
Summer Term. 1909; Summer Terms. Columbia 
University,' 1908-10; Kappa Alpha. 



Benjamin Ernest Mitchell 

A.M., PH.D. 

Professor of Malhemalics 

A.B.. Scarritt-Morrisville, Mo,, 1900; Scholastic 
Fellow. Vanderbilt University, 1906-07; Teach- 
ing Fellow, 1907-OS; A.M., Vanderbilt, 1908; 
Ph.D., Columbia University, 1916; Professor of 
Mathematics. Scarritt-Morrisville College. 190S- 
12; Tutor in Mathematics in College of City of 
New York. 1912-13; Instructor. Columbia Ex- 
tension Teaching, 1913-14; Profess-u of Mathe- 
matics in Millsaps College since 1914; absent 
in Army Y, M. C. A. Work, Director of Ath- 
letics at Camp Oglethorpe, Ga., 1918; Alpha 
Tau Omega. 




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David Martin Key 

A.M., PH.D. 

Professor of Ancienl Languages 

A.B., Central Colk-g-e. 1S9S; A.M., Vanderbilt 
University, 1906; Ph. D., University of Cliicago, 
1916; Professor of Ancient Languages, Pacific 
Mettiodist College, 1900-02; /Professor of Ancient 
Languages, MorrisvlUe College, 1903-05; Fellow 
and Assistant in Latin and Greek, Vanderbilt 
University, 1906-07; Graduate Student, Univer- 
sity of Chicago, 1913-14; Professor of Ancient 
Languages, Southern University, 1907-15; Pro- 
fessor of Ancient Languages, Millsaps College, 
since 1915. 





Stuart Grayson Noble 

A.M., PH.D. 
Professor of Education 

A.B., University of North Carolina. 1907; A.M.. 
University of Chicago, 1910; Graduate Scholar, 
Teachers' College, Columbia University. 1914- 
15; Ph.D., Columbia University, 191S; Instruc- 
tor, Millsaps Preparatory School, 190S-11; Head- 
master, Millsaps Preparatory School. 1911-16; 
Professor of Education. University of Missis- 
sippi, Summer, 1917; Professor of Education in 
Millsaps College since 1916; Author of "A First 
Book in English," "The Agricultural High 
School of the South." "Forty Years of the 
Public Schools in Mississippi"; Pi Kappa Alpha; 
Sigma Upsilon; Phi Delta Kappa. 



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Faculty 




Alfred Porter Hamilton 

A.B., A.M. 
Professor of Gree^ and German 

A.B., Southern University, 1908; A.M.. I'niver- 
sity of Pennsylvania, 1!)11; Assistant Professor 
of Ancient Languages, Southern University, 
1908-09; Graduate Student, tfniversity of Leip- 
zig, 1909-10; Harrison Fellow in Latin, Univer- 
sity of Pennsylvania, 1910-11; Harrison Fellow 
in Indo-European Comparative Philosophy, 
University of Pennsylvania, 1911-12; Student in 
University of Chicag:o, Summer, 1914; Professor 
of Latin and German, Woman's College of Ala- 
bama, 1912-17; Professor of Greek and German 
in Millsaps College since 1917; Kappa Alpha. 



Albert Godfrey Sanders 
A.B., a.m. 

Professor of Romance Languages 



A.B.. Southwestern, 1904; Yale 

Oxford, 1910; Yale Graduate 

A.M., Oxford, 1914; Peacock 

Ga., 1905-00; Emory College 

and Henry College, 1913-19; Professor of 

Romance Languages in Millsaps College since 

1919. 



1907; Lit. Hum.. 
School, 1910-12; 
School, Atlanta, 
1912-13; Emory 




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Faculty 



John Lambuth Ferguson, Jr. 

A.B., B.D. 

Heaclmasler Preparatory School 

A.B., B.D., Emory University, 1916; Student 
Vanderbilt University, 1910-13; Divinity Stu- 
dent Emory University, 1914-16; Educational 
Secretary Army Y. M. C. A., 1917-lS; Clnaplaln 
U. S. Army. 191S-19; Special Student University 
of Edinburgh. Spring Term, 1919; Headmaster 
of Millsaps Preparatory School since 1919. 





George W. Huddleston 

A.B., A.M. 

Ancient Languages in Preparatory) School 

A.B., Hiawassee College. 1SS3; Professor of 
Greek, Hiawassee College, 1SS4-91; A.M., Hia- 
wassee College, 1SS6; Professor of Latin and 
Greek, Harperville College, 1891-93; President 
of State Boai'd of Teacliers' Examiners. 



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Faculty 




Mrs. Mary Bowen Clark 

Assistant Librarian 

Earth has nothing more to be desired than a 
woman's heart when it is the abode of piety, love, 
and unselfishness. 



Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Joyce 

Matron of Dormitory 

Purity of heart is the noblest inheritance, and love 
the fairest ornament of woman's life. Tender- 
hearted, gentle, kind and long suffering to all is 
our mother at the dormitory. 




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Faculty Assistants 

Hugh H. ClegG Assislanl in Latin and Chemistry 

Leo B. Roberts Assistant in C/iemi'sfrp 

John R. Bane Assistant in English 

Preparatory School Assistants 

Dewey S. DeaRMAN Assistant in Chemistry 

W. Ernest Bufkin Instructor in French 

Michel C. Huntley Assistant in English and Physics 

William P. Bales Assistant in Mathematics 



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Officers 

Hugh H. Clecc President 

Michel C. Huntley Vice-PreslJenl 

Kathryn E. Harris Secretary 

A. Peale Harmon Treasurer 

J. R. Bane Poet 

H. A. Norton Historian 



Members 



Dewey S. Dearman 
John Roy Bane 
George R. Bennett 
W. Ernest Bufkin 
Hugh H. Clegc 
Oscar W. Connor 



SwEPSON F. Harkey 
A. Peale Harmon 
Kathryn E. Harris 
Carl G. Howorth 
Michel C. Huntley 
BuRNHAM L. Kearney 



R. Bays Lamb 
Henry Allen Norton 
Thomas Gladstone Pears 
Leo Bogan Roberts 
Robert E. Simpson 
Charles G. Ventress 



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Dewey Stevens Dearman, TJ K A New Augusta, Mi 



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Master of Science 

Assistant in Chemi 



5try and Physics, 



B.S.. Millsaps Colle 
tiiiy Scliool, '20. 

Dewey is an ex-"several things, but now he is a rampant educator who dares to lock horns 
with any of the profs on any subject in chemistry. He is a hard, energetic student who takes 
himself seriously, and we predict that he will make others do so, loo, some day. 

John Roy Bane, ^ Y Eupora, Miss. 

Bachelor of Arts 

Y. M. C. A.; L,. T-,. S. : American Legion; Overseas Club; Fresliman DelDater, 
'17; Purple and White Staff, '17, 'IS; Associate Editor, '20; Science Club, 
'IR; Delegate to Blue Ridge, 'li); Class Poet, '20; President L. IL,. S.. '20; 
President Y. M. C. A., '20; Assistant in English, '20; Editor-in-Chief of 
Boliashcla, 

All the way to France and back, and still he finishes with his class. That s Roy. 
warm and open in heart, consistent in purpose, and is inclined to be dictatorial, 
merely his firm will. 



George Robert Bennett, K A 

Bachelor of Science 



Mad 



ison. 



He 
but 

Mi: 



G. I^. S. ; President 
ference. Asheville, 
County, 1916-20. 



1900; Delegate to Southern Student Con- 
Superintendent of Education of Madison 



Robert is one of the old "come-backs," having attended college here the latter part of the last 
century. He is a good farmer spoiled by education, but still he is congenial, young in spirit, 
and eager to learn. 




William Ernest Bufkin, TJ K A, ^ Y Glancy, Miss. 

Bachelor of Arts 

Y. M. C. A.; "L. L.. S. ; American Legion; Honor Council; President Junior 
Class, '17: Purple and White Staff, '16. Associate Editor '17, Editor-in-Chief 
'20; Pan-Hellenic Council; President L. L. S. '17. '20; Mid-Session Debater 
'16; Commencement Debater '16; Triangular Debater '17; Anniversary Orator 
'17; Anniversarian '20; Y. M. C. A. Cabinet '16, '17, '20; Instructor in Pre- 
paratory School '20; Associate Editoi- Bobashela. 

Ernest is a hard worker, a clean fighter, and a pohticlan from the ground up. 



Hugh H. Clegg, A.' .1, 2' Y 



Mathi 



Bachelor of Arts 



Y. M. C. A.; L. L. S, 



'IS, '20; Quartet '21 
Medal '17; Sophon 
Triangular Debate] 
Glee Club, '19, '20; 
President L. L. S. 
Athletic Council '2 



,; American Legion; All-One Club; Glee Club, '17, 'IS, 
Freshman Debater's Medal '17; Freshman Declamation 
re Oratorical Medal 'IS; Durant Debater's Medal 'IS; 



'IS; Anniversary Orator, L. 
Winner Tribbett Fellowship. 
'20; Tennis Tournament '20; 
; M. I. O. A. Representative 



L. S. '10, '20; Manager of 

'19; Science Club, '19, '20; 

Pan-Hellenic Council '20; 

'20; Assistant in Latin and 



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Chemistry '20; Art Editor of Bobashela. 

Hugh has done well at Millsaps; his record is one to be proud of. 

Oscar Weir Conner, K A Seminary, Miss. 

Bachelor of Science 



"Os 



resident Glee Club, 'IS. '17: 
'16; Vice-President Athletic 
'16; President L. L. S., '16. 

played truant after his Junior year in 17, but returns now to graduate. 



Manager 
Associat 



A.; L. L. S. ; Honor Council, '15; 
Glee Club, '16; 'Varsity Baseball, 
3n. '16; Vice-President Y. M. C. A., 




SwEPSON Fleetwood Harkey, K ^ Terry, Miss. 

Bachelor of Arts 

Preachers' League; 'Varsity Football, '10; Gymnasium Assistant, '10, '11; 
Instructor in Greek, '12; (?aptain of Basketball, '12; All-One Club. '19: 
Chautauqua Representative, '10. 

"Swep" was scheduled to graduate several years ago, but instead he went off to New York 
after a business course and came back with a wife. We then thought we had lost him, but 
he came back, and is a member of the Ail-One Club and is an encyclopedia of knowledge. 

Alexander Peale Harmon, A' 2" Vicksburg, Miss. 

Bachelor of Arts 
Y. M. C. A.; G. L. S. ; Glee Club '17. 'IS, President '19, Vice-President '20; 
Honor Council, 'IS, '20; Vice-President G. L. S. '19, President '20; Science 
Club, '19; Delegate to Blue Ridge, '19; Y. M. C. A. Cabinet. '20; Quartet. 
'20; Treasurer Senior Class. '20; Mid-Session Debater, '20; Fraternity 
Editor Bobashela. 

Peale is a rather modest, unassuming young gentleman, and his four years here were spent in 
earnest labor. He is kind, energetic and persevering; he can always be depended on. 

Kathryn Elizabeth Harris, A;^ J Jackson, Miss. 



Bachelor of Science 



Y. W. C. A, 



; President Y. 
nior Class, '20- 



W. C. A 
Literarj 



, '19; Science Club '19, Secretary 
Editor Bobashela. 



Secretary 

Very few girls have haJ to be sister to seventeen Seniors, but this has been Kathryn's task 
and she has accomplished it nobly. We have all learned to love her — she is so generous- 
hearted, patient, polite, reserved and friendly. Kathryn is always the same anywhere you 
meet her, and she can be depended on to help in any good cause. 




Carl Glenn Howorth, II K A Forest, Miss. 

Bachelor of Science 
Y M. C. A.; L. L. S. ; "M" Wearer; American Legion; President L. L. S., 
'19, '20; 'Varsity Basketball, '17, '18, '20; Manager Baseball, 'IS; Mid- 
Session Debater, 'IS; Honor Council, '19; Purple and White Staff, '19; 
Business Manager of Purple and White, '20; Vice-President Junior Class, 
'19; Vice-President Athletic Association '19, President '20; 'Varsity Base- 
ball, '17, '18. '19, '20; Triangular Debater, '20; "Y" Cabinet, '20; Captain 
Basketball, '20; Captain Baseball. '20; Athletic Editor Bobashela. 
Carl is good in class room, on athletic field, or in the business world — an all-'round man. 

MiTCHEL Carter Huntley, II K A, 1Y Shubuta, Miss. 

Bachelor of Arts 



Y. M. C. A.; L. 
'Varsity Football, 
Purple and Whitt 
Vice-President Sei 
'20; Instructoi 



L. S.; American Legion; Overseas Club; "M" Wearer 
Hi, '19; Glee Club, '16, '17, '20; Triangular Debater, '17 
Staff '17, Athletic Editor '20; 'Varsity Baseball, '17 
lior Class. '20; Vice-Post Commander .4merican Legion 
Prep School, '20; Biisinesii llana.ger Bobashela. 



We know "Mike" for his cherry greeting and ready wit. He is also a noted south-paw. 



Burnham Lindsay Kearney, TI K A Flor; 

Bachelor of Science 

'19. 



Miss. 



Y. M. C. A.; G. L. S. ; Science 
Quartet, 'IS. '19, '20; Preside 
Statistics Editor of B.>bii.'ihcla, 



Club. 



'19; 



Club 
M. C. 



'resident 
Cabinet. 



Burrtham and song are synonymous terms. He has been a member of the quartet for three 
years and is "its chief warbler," but there is more to him than a "burst of bubbles. 




Reuben Bays Lamb Eupora, M 

Bachelor of Arts 
Y. M. C. A.; L. b. S. ; American Legion; Secretary L. L. S. 'IS. Vice- 
'20; Delegate to Blue Ridge. 'IS; Y, M. C. A. Cabinet, '19; 
'19; Tennis Club, '20; Assistant Art Editor Bobashela. 

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President '19, 
Science 



Our little "Sheep" came to Millsaps with a determination to go ihroug 



splendid 



scholastic record, and ihis he has done. He is quiet and reserved, but very friendly. 

Henry Allen Norton, II K A Logtown, Miss. 

Bachelor of Science 
Y. M. C. A.; G. L. S. ; American Legion; Durant Debater. 'IS; Secretary 
G. L. S. 'IS. Treasurer '19. President '20; Assistant Business Manager of 
Purple and White, '19; Purple and 'VX^hite Staff, '20; President Junior 
Class. '19; Science Club. '19. '2,0; Honor Council, '20; Pan-Hellenic Council. 
'20; Tennis Club. '20; Anniversarian G. L. S.. '20; Historian Senior Class, 
'20; Assistant Business Manager Bobashela. 

"Pretty" is his name, but we refuse to lell you how he got it. He is b?st described as a care- 
free fellow who does not worry over what turns up. 

Thomas Gladstone Pears, N. D. G. F Water Valley, Miss. 

Bachelor of Science 
Y. M. C. A.; L. L. S. ; An 
'17; 'Varsity Football, '19; 
'20; Science Club, '19. 

Full of grit, humor and confidence — that's "Fatty. As an enthusiastic baseball fan and 
keeper of baiting overages, he admits no peer. If you are fortunate enough to win "Fatty s" 
friendship there is nothing too great or too small for him to do for you. 



erican Ijegion; Freshman P 
Track Manager, '20; Vice- 



ootball. '1 
President 




Leo Bogan Roberts Laurel, Miss. 

Bachelor of Arls 
Y. M. C. A.; G. L. S. ; American Legion: Geiger Chemistry Medal, 'IS; 
Secretary G. L. S.. 'IS, '20; Science Club, '19, '20; Commencement Debater, 
'20; Assistant in Chemistry, '19, '20; Class Editor of Bobashela. 

Leo is a good student and in his four years here he has made an excellent scholastic record. 
He is absolutely individual, has his own ideas, which are as hard to overthrow as the Rock 
of Gibraltar, and he does not hesitate at any time to enter into an argument with a professor. 

Robert Edward Simpson Crystal Springs, Miss. 

Bachelor of Arts 
Y. M. C. A.; G. L. S. ; Preachers' I^eague; Orchestra, '17, 'IS; Y. M. C. A. 
Cabinet, 'IS; Vice-President Preachers' League, 'IS; Vice-President G. L. S., 
'19; Science Club, '19; Triangular Debater, '19; Preachers' Quartet, '19, '20. 

"Brother" Simpson is one of our student preachers. He did not enter his Senior year until 
late because he was filling a charge for the Methodist preacher at McComb City. He is a 
friend to all, and we have the utmost confidence in him. 



Charles Galloway Ventress, K 2' . . 

Bachelor of Arts 

n Legio 



Woodville, Miss. 



■seas Club; Ai 
Pan-Hellenic 



Council, '20; 



Mid-Sossion Debater, '1! 
'gion Editor Bobaslaela. 



Honor Council. 



Charles is a jolly good fellow; a friend to everybody and everybody's friend. He is not a 
confirmed bachelor by any means, but he considers books better instructors than society belles, 
and to his studies he has applied himself diligently. He was scheduled to graduate two years 
ago, but he answered the call to service. 



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XIII 



MILLSAPS. MISS, JUNE I, 1933 



Number 33 



LEAGUE OF NATION 



IS IN BALANCE 



NOTED EDUCATOR 

AT MILLSAPS 



SECESSION OF GREAT BRITAIN IMMINENT. 

BIG FOUR HOLDS SECRET SESSION. 

CRISIS NOT PASSED. 



INTERNATIONAL 

EDUCATION 



California Stirrfd — Senator f'legg 

Speaks to 20.000 — Aiidienee 

Spellbound. 



(Associated Press.) 
Nearby, Cal., May 29. — Last 
night at the Skylight Coliseum 
Senator Hugh H. Clegs, the origi- 
nator of the "Three Fold Educa- 
tion Bill," spoke to twenty thou- 
sand prominent citizens of Califor- 
nia in the interest of international 
education. 

Senator Clegg held his audience 
for six hours while he expounded 
his doctrine of "honor to ourselves 
and justice to our children" by 
"passing on to posterity the high- 
est type of manhood. We owe it 
to ourselves, we owe it to our 
country, we owe it to society, yea, 
we owe it to our God who made 
us, to develop the future genera- 
tion spiritually, intellectually, and 
physically," the Senator saicl in 
conclusion. 

Senator Clegg of Mississippi is 
one of the nation's foremost law- 
makers, and majority leader ol 
the Democratic party in the 
Senate. 



NEW PASTOR ARRIVES 



(Associated Press.) 
Paris, May 30.— The Big Four in 
the executive council of the 
League of Nations held a two 
hours' secret session this morning, 
at which the threatened secession 
of Great Britain and Germany was 
discussed. .All four refused to 
talk for publication, but their 
troubled faces show that the dan- 
ger of another world war has not 
yet been averted. Ex-Chief Jus- 
tice Ernest Bufkin, repress iit in q- 
the United States, has not .-^1. i.i 
for seventy-two hours in his (■■ :i,sc 
less effort to bring about m.imi- 
ciliation. .\il eyes are turned on 
the man of the liour. 



Possum Neck. Miss.. June ]. — 
Rev. Swepson F. Harkey, our new 
Methodist pastor, arrived today 
with his family to take the place 
of Brother Simpson, who as you 
know has gone to take up thi> 
pastorate at Galloway Memorial 
Church, Jackson. Brother Harkey 
impresses us as being a very de- 
vout Christian leader, and we are 
glad to welcome him into our 
community. He is married and 
has a wife and eleven children. 



INTERNATIONAL 
"Y" CONFERENCE 
TO MEET IN PARIS 



Jigg.s S. Bane, Noted Worlie 

Giubarks — Carries Valuable 

State Papers. 



(.Associated Press.) 
New York, May 31. — Dr. Jiggs S. 
Bane, the noted International Y. 
M. C. A. worker, sailed today on 
the Tenadores for France, where 
he will address the International 
"Y" Convention in Paris. Mr. 
Bane, before leaving this country, 
was called to Washington and was 
there entrusted with some val- 
uable state documents to be deliv- 
ered to ex-Chief Justice Bufkin at 
the League of Nations headquar- 
teis. 



Dr. Ilunlley Takes I'lace of Dr. 
Ducky Lin as Head of 



(Special to '\^^yn Press.) 
Asylum Heights. Miss.. May 31. 
— Dr. Michel C. Huntley. Ph.G., 
A.P.S., has recently been elected 
head of the Department of History 
at Millsaps College. Dr. Huntley 
received his A.B. from Millsaps 
and then went north to Cooney- 
ville University from which he re- 
ceived his Ph.G. degree in 1923. 
Later he attended Tugaloo Univer- 
sity, from which he graduated 
after eight years of concentrated 
study. He is imminently qualified 
for the position. 



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Ever Attempted on the Amer- 
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Geographical 
Readers 

BY 

C. G. VENTRESS 

Mr. Ventress is an oil king 
who has spent twenty years 
traveling in every country on 
the globe, and this work tells 
the story of his travels in dra- 
matic style. Prices reasonable. 
Only $13. 

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Publishers 

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CHEMISTS MEET 



of 



Karbiilik, Mont.. May 19. (De- 
layed in Transmission) — Tlie an- 
nual session of the Montana Chem- 
ical Society convened here tod^iy. 
The pruffram consisted chielly of 
an address on "Extraction of 
Platinum from the Sun's Rays," 
by the president. Leo Bogan Rob- 
erts. The speaker said that he got 
the idea wliile testing cottonseed 
meal lor Dr. Sully at Millsaps 



At the home ot the bride's fa- 
ther last Saturday night Miss 
Kathryn Harris \vas united in 
marriage to John K. Smith, Rev. 
R. E. Simpson ofBciating. Miss 
Harris was Dean of Domestic Sci- 
ence Department at Millsaps Col- 
lege, while the groom is Vice- 
President of the Merchants Bank. 
They will make their future home 
at 13 Paradise Street. 



MR. 



AND MRS. 

KEARNEY HERE 



Mr. Burnham Kcainuy aiul his 
wife, a former Belhaven girl, are 
spending" a fortnight with their 
many Jackson friends. Mr. and 
Mrs. Kearney are leading members 
of society at Swiftown, Mo., and 
only last week the most exquisite 
ball of the season was given in 
the Kearney mansion. 



WYN PRESS STAFF 



Koberts Speaks on 

riodiKlioi! 

I'latiniiin. 



Editi 
Uepo 



....Class Prophetress 
All Seniors 

One Kiss 

in Advance) 



SCHOOLS FLOURISH 

IN MADISON 



Gluckstadt. Miss., June 1. — A 
review of the educational prog- 
ress in Madicon County shows a 
marked increase in the last few 
years. Mr. George Bennett. Coun- 
ty Superintendent of Education, is 
to be congratulated upon the 
splendid work he has done. All 
the schools in the county, except 
those at Moonshine and Gobble- 
Aille. ha\e nine-month terms. 



SOCIETY NOTES 
SMITH-HARRIS 



H. A. NORTON 

Attoiney-at-Law 

Special attention paid to mur- 
der and divorce cases. See 
m; before selecting witnesses. 

3377 Gamblers' Bldg. 
Graftown, N. Mex. 

SPEED KING 

BREAKS RECORD 

Oochie llowortli Lower.s World 

Record By Thirty 

Seconds. 



(Associated Press.) 
Pasadena. Cal.. May 31. — Oochie 
Howorth established a new world 
record today in his "Howorth Spe- 
cial," winning the one thousand 
mile race in six hours, thirteen 
minutes and thirty-three seconds, 
which loAvers the world record by 
thirty seconds. 

The "Howorth .Special" was 
built by Oochie himself and is 
equipped with a six hundrfd 
horsepower engine, niaking it the 
most powerful racer in the w^oi-ld. 



THOMAS G. PEARS 

TO CORNELL 



Thomas Gladstone Pears, for- 
merly from Kombak. r.tiss.. was 
recently elected athletic director 
at Cornell University. Both par- 
ties are to be congratulated upon 
their selection. 

Mr. and Mrs. Pears will leave at 
once for their new home. 



JANITOR FALLS 



Janitor Deariniin .Sustains Frac- 
tured Hip — Condition 
Critical. 



Last night Deskrazy Dearman. 
.ianitor in the new Standard Oil 
Building, fell down a flight of 
stairs and fractured his hip. He 
is now at the Charity Hospital in 
a critical condition. 



'age thirt\)-lhree 



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emories 



Among the beauSiful pictures 
That hang on memory s wall 

Is one of our Alma Mater 
Which seems the best of ail 



Morse, Huntley, Shlpman and Howorth, 
Our athletes brawny and strong. 

Carried off many an honor 

In football, we'd wanted so long. 



The scenes on the dear old campus 
In review pass one by one. 

And the faces of scattered schoolmates 
Recall the days that are gone. 

The annual Bane of our college days 
Rushes headlong to and fro. 

And the two with countenance fuzzy 
Have three where a lot ought to grow. 



Our faculty consists of thirteen men. 
With intellect deep and keen; 

And if put to a favorite vote 

Dippy Ducky and Prep would win. 

Sully comes with geology class. 

But Harrell star-gazes it through, 

While Bronco figures it out in math. 
And Sanders jabbers "Parlez-vous?" 



Harrell, Bullard, and Bufkin 

(With Tremalchio s dinner in view). 
Hasten on to the library, secluded. 

Each to see what the other can do. 



Watkins stares with visage lengthy, 
Ferguson with the Preps does play, 

Hamilton and Key just ride their jacks. 
And Huddleston has little to say. 



And the bookstone where books are in need 
Has its devotees seeking their bread; 

They go not for books, but to feast. 
And each fellow escorts a co-ed. 



There's Mrs. Joyce, the school mother, 
Joe Howorth with ambition possessed, 

And Collye Alford with high ideals — 
We call them Millsaps' best. 



Between the Freshmen and Seniors 
Is a family, distinct and select: 

The Knutts — they are fourteen in number — 
Believe me, they are the elect. 



These are pictures we'll always remember; 

They'll help to brighten our way. 
And with roses will tint the shadows 

In the twilight of life's long day. 

A. Knutt. 



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Officers 

William L. Day President 

Mattee Bullard Vice-President 

E. Alexander King Secretary 

Willie Spann Historian 

Lee Beverly Hebert Attorney 

Hendrix a. Dawson Fool 



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Junior Class 

Rex Paul Abney Montrose, Miss. 

CandiJale for A.B. Degree 

Ij. I,. S. ; Science Club. 'HO; Tennis C'luli. 'liO; Tennis Tournament, '19; Track. '20. 

CoLLYE Wellman Alford Magnolia, Miss. 

CanJiJale for A.B. Degree 

Y. M. C. A.; a. I.. S. ; Chaplain ,\nicrioan Legiim, '20: Oveiseas Club; Freshman 
Declamation Metlal. 'Ifi; Dilegate to Blue Hidge; Y. M. C. .\. Cabinet. '20; 
President Preachers' League, '20; Vice-President G. L. S., '20. Secretary. '20; 
Glee Club, '20; Commencement Debate, '20. 

Marvin McKendree Black, Jr Jackson, Misj. 

CandiJale for A.B. Degree 

1j. I.. P.; Orch.stra, 'li;, '17, 'Is. ' Ui ; Glee Club. 'l.s, 'l!!, '20; Tennis Team, 'IS, 
'111, '2(1; Sciinre Club. '1:1. •2ii. 

Minor Lofton Bott Jackson, Miss. 

Candidate for A.B. Degree 

G. I.. S.: Glee Club. '20; Preachers' League. '20; Science Club. '20; Certillcate from 
Mississippi State Nm-mal. 

Mattel B. Bullard Jackson. Miss. 

Candidate for A.B. Degree 

Kappa Delta; Rccretary-Trea.^urcr Supliomore Class. 'I'.i; Tieasurer T. W. C. A., 
'19, Cabinet. '20; Honor Council, '20; Pan-Hellenic Council, '20; Associate Etlitor 
Purple and White. '20; Vice-President Junior Class, '20. 



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Junior Class 

Leonard Calhoun Jackson, Miss. 

Candidate for A.B. Decree 

Kappa Alpha; Y. M. C. A.; L. L. S. ; Freshman Declamatinn Medal. 'IS; Com- 
mencement Declaimer, '19; President Science Club, '20. 

Annie Irene Crisler Jackson, Miss. 

CandiJale for B.S. Degree 
Kappa Delta; Y. W. C. A.; I'n..t Junior I'lass; Sponsor Junior Class. 

William L. Day Brookhaven, Miss. 

Candidate for A.B. Degree 

Pi Kappa Alpha; Y. M. C. A.; T.. 1.. S. ; American Legion; Preachers' League; 
Delegate to Blue Ridge. 'IS; Orchestra, 'IS; Glee Club. 'IS, '10. '20; President 
Y. M. C. A., '19; President Junior Class, '20; Cabinet. '20; Commencement 
Debater, '20; ''Varsity Football, '20. 

Osmund G. DawKINS Montrose, Miss. 

Candidate for A.B. Degree 
Y. M. C. A.; L. L. S. ; .Vmerican Legion; Science Club, '20; Tennis Clul). '20. 

Hendrix Avera Dawson Woodville, Miss. 

Candidate for A.B. Degree 

Y M C A; G L. S.; A. P. S. ; Vice-President G. L. S., '17: President, '20; 
Glee Club '16, '17, '20, Vice-President, '17; Quartet, '16, '17; Overseas Club; Post 
Adjutant 'American Legion, '20; Delegate to First State Convention, American 
Legion; Triangular Debater, '20; Junior-Senior Football Team, '20. 



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Junior Class 

Eugene McGee Ervin Columbus, Miss. 

Candidale for AM. Degree 

Y. M. C. A.; \a. L. S. ; Secretary I.. L. tf., •i;0; Science Club, "20. 

Bascom Brisco Graves Hazelhurst, Miss. 

Candidale for B.S. Degree 
Kappa Sigma. 

Robert F. HarrelL Waterproof. La. 

Candidale for A.B. Degree 

Kappa Alpha; Y. M. C. A.; L. L. S. : B'reshman Debater. 'IS; Commencement 
Debater, '19; President Freshman Class, 'IS; President Sophomore Class '19- 
Treasurer L. L. S., '19, '20; Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, '20; Purple and MHiite 'staff' 
'19; Pan-Hellenic Council, '20; Louisiana Club; Preachers' Sons' Club. 

Lee Beverly Hebert New Iberia, La. 

Candidate for B.S. Degree 

Pi Kappa Alpha; Sigma Upsilon; All-One Club; "M" Wearer; Louisiana Club- 
Preachers' Sons' Club; American Legion; Triangular Debater, '19, '20; Com- 
mencement Debater, '19; 'Varsity Baseball Team, '19; Purple and White Staff 
'19, '20; Delegate to Blue Ridge. '19; Glee Club. '19. '20; Captain Junior-Senior 
Football Team, '19; 'Varsity Football, '19; Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, '19 '20- Athletic 
Council. '20: Vice-President Athletic Association. '20; Delegate to Student Volun- 
teer Conference, Des Moines. Iowa, '20; Manager Baseball, '20. 

Brunner Marion Hunt Port G.bson. Miss. 

Candidate for A.B. Degree 

Kappa Sigma; Y. M. C. A.; L, L. S. ; Preachers' League; All-One Club; Honor 
Council, 20; Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, '20; Science Club, '20; President Honor Council 
20; Commencement Debater, '20. 



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Enoch Alexander King Auburn, Miss. 

Candidate for A.B. Degree 

T. M. C. A.; G. L. S. ; Preachers' League; Triangular Debater, 'IS; Vice-President 
G. L. S., '20. 

Miriam Joy King Jackson, Mis?. 

Candid ale for A.B. Degree 

Kappa Delta; Y. \X. C. A.: Student Volunteer; Historian Freshman Class, 'IS; 
Y. W. C. A. Cabinet, 'IS, '20; Leader Student Volunteer Band, 'L'O. 

John O. Rutledge Lake, Miss. 

Candidate for A.B. Degree 

Y. M. C. A.; G. L. S. ; American Legion; Overseas Club; Treasurer G. L. S., '20. 

Austin Lucky Shipman Ruleville, Miss. 

Candidate for A.B. Degree 

Pi Kappa Alpha; Y. JL <'. A; American Legion; Overseas Club; "M" 'VN'earer; 
'Varsity Basketball, '10, '17, '21); 'Varsity Football, 'IS, '17, '19; Manager Basket- 
ball, '20; Manager Football, '20. 

Joe Frazier Smith Canton. Miss. 

Candidate for B.S. Degree 
Kappa Sigma; George Rifle; Staff Artist. 



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Junior Class 

Willie Spann Jackson, Miss. 

Candidale for A.B. Degree 

Phi Mu; All-One Club; Vice-President Fresliman Class, 'IS; Hi.stoiian Junior 
Class. '211; Pan-H.ll.iiie Council, '20; Silence Club, '20. 

Caruthers C. Sullivan Jackson, Miss. 

CaniUJale for B.S. Degree 

Kappa Sigma; Y. JI. C. A.; AssislanI Clicniist, '20; Delegate to Kappa Sigma 
Conclave, Washington. D. C, 'lil; IIolx. Club. 

Charles C. Thompson Jackson, Miss. 

Candidale for A.B. Degree 

Kappa Sigma; Y. M. C. A.; G. L. S. ; Preachers' League; Assistant Pastor First 
Christian Church, Jackson; Glee Club, '20; University Debater. '20. 

Charles Warren Wesley Foxworth, Miss. 

Candidate for A.B. Degree 
Y. JI. C. A.; O. I.. S. ; Preacher.?' League; Vice-President G. L. S., '20; A. P. S. 

Arlie Melton West Hamilton, Miss. 

Candidate for A.B. Degree 
Y. M. C. A.; G. L. S.; Overseas Club; Post Commander American Legion, '20. 



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Class of 1922 
Officers 

Horace VilLEE President 

W. B. Fowler Vice-President 

Leslie Cook Secretary 

Ada McDonnell Treasurer 

Frederick Lotterhos Honor Council 



Roll 



W. p. Bales 

A. B. Blackwell 
Nellie B. Clark 
H. B. Collins 

L. B. Cook 

L. C. Corban 

M. OuiDA Crawford 

M. O. Currie 

L. M. Dixon 

E. A. Eaton 

B. C. Edwards 
W. C. Edwards 
A. L. Farrar 
H. C. Feeder 
Burton C. Ford 
William B. Fowler 



Rose Giardina 
J. B. Harris 
C. V. Hartfield 
W. H. Hatfield, Jr. 
R. B. Henderson 

A. M. HiNTON 

M. I. Honeycutt 
Mabel Horne 
William L. Kellogg 
L. W. Long 
F. J. Lotterhos 
C. E. Manning 
S. E. Morse 
J. D. Musselwhite 
M. L. McCormick 
C. L. McCormick 



Ada J. McDonnell 
Mary Helen McKean 
R. K. Nelson 
Lurline Patton 
Gordon S. Patton 
C. L. Smith 
W. A. Scott, Jr. 
J. W. Sells 
W. E. Stokes, Jr. 
C. W. Stapp, Jr. 
O. E. Sumrall 
M. B. Swearingen 
R. H. Thompson 

H. L. ViLLEE 

W. A. "^'erger 
Austin Joyner 



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Class of 1923 



Officers 

Joseph M. Howorth President 

Carter O'Ferrall Vice-President 

Norman E. Applewhite Secrclar\) 

Bertha Barney Hines Treasurer 



Roll 



J. B. Abney 
W. G. Adkinson 
Frank B. Allred 
A. W. Bailey 
E. O. Baird 
Helen Payne Ball 
J. F. Baxter 
A. B. Blackwell 
E. B. Boatner 
Elizabeth A. Brame 
Dan Brewer 
Gladys Cagle 
Jack Causey 
J. T. Coursey 



Daley Crawford 
C. E. Crisler 
Elizabeth G. Crisler 
Josephine Crisler 
H. H. Crosby 
John A. Deterly 
Simmons L. Donald 
R. L. Faulkenberry 
Frank Ferguson 
Shelby R. Foxworth 
Robert A. Ford 
John F. Gibson 
J. N. Grace 
Henry G. Graves 
H. W. Gray 
Margaret G. Green 
Rachel E. Green 



C. G. A. Harmon 
Rebecca Hartfield 
Bertha B. Hines 
W. C. Holmes 
Walter B. Howell 
Edgar E. Howie 
Joseph M. Howorth 
Kathryn Howie 
Sam G. Hutton 
Isabel F. Johnston 
Erma M. Kile 
J. W. Kennedy 
James T. Kirkland 
L. Bell Lindsey 



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Class of 1923 



Roll 



G. A. Linton 
A. B. Lowe 
J. W. Lyle 
Daisy Edna Mann 
J. W. Mann 
William F. Marshall 
H. H. Mellard 
Hugh M. Morse 
Robert L. Myers 
A. Grace McMullen 
M. S. McNair 
S. D. McNair 
D. F. McNeil 
W. E. McQuAic 
S. D. McRea 
M. LuciLE Nail 
Florin Nelson 
Carter O'Ferrall 



W. H. Oliphant 
J. B. Pack 
C. L. Padgett 
Normastel Peatross 
Janie Irene Philip 
R. B. Pickens 
S. J. Pittman 
Henry L. Rankin 
J. J. Rawls 
Chester M. Ray 
F. M. Reed 
J. Lacy Rees 
B. Rogers 

J. B. RUFFIN 
B. S. RuFFIN 

J. T. Schultz 
Cecil Scott 
Elizabeth Selby 
Henrietta Skinner 
Prentiss E. Smiih 
Tressie M. Stewart 
E. P. Stiles 
J. W. Steen 



Charles G. Stokes 
T. H. Sullivan 
S. A. Summer 
Kirby L. Swinney 
R. E. Sylverstein 
Ruth G. Thompson 
William H. Vesey 
Annie S. Virden 
M. Margaret Voigt 
Wadell p. Warrington 
Charles L. Wharton 
Rose D. Wharton 

O. H. WiLKINS 

A. Elisabeth Wills 
Leigh Watkins, Jr. 
G. B. Watts 
Dorothy Wilson 
E. K. Windham 



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Co-Ed Roll 



Clara Virginia Hartfield 

Helen P. Ball Mabel Horne 



Kathryn Elizabeth Harris 
Erma M. Kile Rose Girdina 



Nellie B. Clark 
Rachel E. Green 
Daisy Edna Mann 
Mattee B. Bullard 
Elizabeth Selby 
Janie Irene Philip 
Ada J. McDonnell 
Rebecca Hartfield 
Margaret G. Green 
Annie Irene Crisler 
Elizabeth A. Brame 
Lauer Bell Lindsey 

MONTYE OUIDA CrAWFORD 



Kathryn Howie Gladys Cagle 

M. Joy King Mary M. Voict 

May E. Downing Willie Spann 

Elizabeth Gregg Crisler 
Normastel Peatross 
Henrietta Skinner 



Lurline Patton 

Bertha B. Hines 

Daley Crawford 

Dorothy Wilson 

Josephine Crisler 

Isabel F. Johnson 

Ruth G. Thompson 

Minnie Lucile Nail 

Tressie M. Stewart 

Annie Laura Farrar 

Mary Helen McKean 

Rose Dunbar Wharton 

Annie Grace McMullen 



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Who's Who, and Why 



Favorite study is Ducky's history, and Ducky himself is most popular professor. 
Type of Girl Preferred: Brunette, American model. 
Type of Man Preferred: White leads. 
Most Practical Man: W. E. Bufkin. 
Most Popular Girl: Ada McDonnell. 

Most Insignificant Man: C. C. Sullivan. 

Most Modest Girl: Helen McKean. (All deny being immodest.) 

Ugliest Man: "Pretty" Norton. 

College Jelly-Bean: Joe Ben Pack; no opposition. 

Handsomest Man: Ventress wins, with John Gibson a close second. 

College Vampire: Editor withholds name under threat of blackmail. 

Wisest Man: W. Ernest Bufkin (misprint). 

Most Popular Man: H. L. Villee; no remarks. 

Grouchiest Man: "Red" Felder wms — a landslide. 

Most Pious Man: Collye Alford. 

Most Conceited Man: Dawson versus Sells. (Hurrah for Dawson!) 

Biggest Bore: Roberts wins over Grute (ballot box stuffed). 

Most Bashful Man: Collins wins in spirited campaign. 

Busiest Man: "Sister' Bane wins, barely nosing out William Kennedy. 

Best Student: "Mule" Lotterhos. 

Biggest 'Baccer Bummer: Oscar "Gimme-a-Cigaret" Wilkins. 

Best Athlete: "Oochie" Howorth. 

Freshest Freshman: Charles Gregg Stokes won over forty-nine opponents. 

Who Has Done Most for Millsaps: The two Methodist Conferences. 

Best All-'Round College Man: "Oochie" Howorth wins, but "Fatty" Hinton contests 

the election since he is "All-round 77 inches." 
Favorite Occupation: Eating, sleeping, and shimmying lead. 
Reasons for Coming to Millsaps: Reasons vary, but the following were most popular: 

"In search of the elusive Dip"; "Couldn't enter Belhaven" ; "To reform the 

President"; "To get acquainted with Ducky Lin." Only one cams because he 

wanted to. 



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Medals Awarded 

The Founder's Medal for Scholarship Dewey S. DearmaN 

Bourgeois Medal for Scholarship Frederick J. Lotterhos 

Gieger Chemistry Medal RuTH ELIZABETH Alford 

John C. Carter Medal for Oratory H. M. JoHNSON 

Clarke Essay Medal RuTH Alford 

Buie Declamalion Medal L. C. CoRBAN 

Commencement Debater's Medal FREDERICK J. LoTTERHOS 



Intercollegiate Debaters, 1919 

Millsaps vs. Mississippi A. and M F. J. LoTTERHOS AND E. A. KiNG 

Millsaps vs. Mississippi College L. B. Hebert AND R. E. SiMPSON 

Millsaps vs. University of Mississippi D. S. DeaRMAN AND R. A. McRee 

M. I. O. A. Orator for 1920 Hugh H. Clegg 

Chautauqua Orator for 1920 L. C. Corban 



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John R. Bane Ediior-in-Chief 

W. Ernest Bufkin Associate Editor 

Michel C. Huntley Business Manager 

Henry Allen Norton Business Manager 

Hugh H. Clecc Art Editor 

R. Bays Lamb Art Editor 

Kathryn Harris Literary Editor 

Carl G. Howorth Athletic Editor 

Thomas G. Pears Club Editor 

A. Peale Harmon Fratemitv Editor 

Leo B. Roberts Class Editor 

Burnham L. Kearney Statistics Editor 

Charles G. Ventress Legion Editor 

J. Frazier Smith Staff Artist 



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THE PURPLE AND WHITE 



gl AK KIANT KX IIOI'. COIiNOSCES 



MILLSAPS COLLEGE. JACKSON, MISSISSV^ 



THE PURPLE AND WHITE 













"• ■ GREAT SUCCESS y ,fM ,.\\' """'-'- 

— =.'" - -' : .::::.:•■« d. s.ewa;n^.„ed Mis-C'^^l^k <^JAJ[ f l]R {[IF 

REO CROSS 



THE COEDS SPEAK 



Dr. Stewart. Returned M 
.sionary Left Impression ^iVS-^ » \^ 
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IMILLSAPS MEN ATTEND 
LEGION CONVENTION 

' First Annual Reunion of American l.ei;ion Mel in ( apilol 
Building on Tuesdav .Mornina witli I-arse Atten- 
dance; Splendid Musical Program Rendered; Two 
Confederate Veterans Gav 'dresses of Welcome; 
Chaplain Spoke Eloqu^p 'eroic Work. 



^"^ OFFOOT^^^LL - 



Much Toward .\lakini 
Koll Call a Success. 






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Purple and White Editorial Staff 

W. Ernest Bufkin EJilor-in-Chief 

Mattel B. Bullard . . . Associate Editor James W. Sells Athletic Editor 

John R. Bane Associate Editor Michel Huntley Athletic Editor 

Henry B. Collins Reporter 

Frederick Lotterhos Reporter 

H. A. Norton Reporter 

Mack Swearingen Reporter 

L. B. HebERT Reporter 

Earl Bufkin Reporter 



Management 

Carl G. Howorth Manager 

Jo;EPH M. Howorth Assistant Manager 



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PresiJent . 
Vice-PresiJent 
Secretary . 
Treasurer . 



First Term 
W. E. BuFKiN . 
Hugh H. Clegc 
H. B. Collins . 
R. F. Harrell 



Officers 

Second Term 
J. R. Bane . . 
R. B. Lamb . . 
E. M. Ervin 
R. F. Harrell 



Third Term 
C. G. HOWORTH 

T. G. Pears 
R. B. Lamb . . 
R. F. Harrell 



Fourth Term 
Hugh H. Clegg 
M. C. Huntley 
C. L. Padgett 
R. F. Harrell 



Speakers 

William Ernest Bufkin Anniversarian 

Hugh H. Clegg Anniversarv Orator 



Debaters 

Frederick J. Lotterkos University of Mississippi Debater 

L. B. Hebert and C. G. HoworTH Triangular Debaters 

J. M. Howorth and F. C. Ferguson Freshman Debaters 

W. E. Stokes and L. C. Corban Mid-Session Debaters 

B. M. Hunt and Wuliam L. Day Commencement Debaters 



Leonard Kellogg 
J. R. Bane 
Dan Brewer 
M. M. Black 
E. B. Boatner 
W. E. Bufkin 
Leonard Calhoun 
Hugh H. Clegg 
L. C. Corban 
H. B. Collins 
O. G. Dawkins 
Rex Abney 
A. B Blackwell 
E. M. Ervin 



Members 

H. C. Felder 
F. C. Fercurson 
John Gibson 
John Harris 
L. B. Hebert 
R. F. Harrell 
W. B. Howell 
W. L. Day 
Carter O'Ferrall 
C. G. Howorth 

B. M. Hunt 

A. L. JOYNER 

R. B. Lamb 
J. W. Mann 
F. J. Lotterhos 
R. K. Nelson 
T. G. Pears 
F. M. Reed 

C. L. Padgett 



J. B. RUFFIN 

J. M. Howorth 
W. A. Scott 
H. L. Rankin 
R. B. Pickens 
A. L. Shipman 
M. C. Huntley 
W. E. Stokes 
R. E. Sylverstein 
o. e. sumrall 
E. K. Windham 
J. E. Tumlin 
j. t. schultz 
Mack Swearingen 



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Alpha Phi Epsilon Literary Society 

Galloway Chapter 



President . 
Vice-PresiJenl 
Secrelary . 
Treasurer . 



First Term 
H. A. Dawson 
C. W. Alford 
J. W. Sells 

J. O. RUTLEDCE 



Officers 

Second Term 
A. P. Harmon 
C. W. Wesley 
C. W. Alford 

J. O. RUTLEDGE 



Third Term 
H. A. Norton 

H. L. ViLLEE 

L. B. Roberts 

J. O. RuTLEDGE 



Fourth Term 
E. A. King 
W. B. Fowler 

R. T. HOLLINGSWORTH 
J. O. RuTLEDGE 



Speakers 

Henry Allen Norton Anniversarian 

BuRNHAM L. Kearney Master of Ceremonies 

Debaters 

Charles C. Thompson University of Mississippi Debater 

H. A. Dawson and H. L. Villee Triangular Debaters 

Charles Greco Stokes and Chas. S. Wharton Freshman Debaters 

James W. Sells and A. Peale Harmon Mid-Session Debaters 

Leo B. Roberts and CollYE W. Alford Commencement Debaters 



J. B. Abney 
C. W. Alford 
J. F. Baxter 
A. W. Bailey 
W. P. Bailey 
L. B. Cook 
J. T. Coursey 
S. L. Donald 
H. A. Dawson 

S. R. FOXWORFH 

S. F. Harkey 
E. A. King 



Members 

B. L. Kearney 
1. W. Lyle 

M. L. McCormick 
S. D. McNair 
D. F. McNeil 

J. D. MUSSELWHITE 

R. L. Myers 
H. A. Norton 

C. M. Ray 
J. J. Rawls 

J. O. Rutledce 
L. B. Roberts 
R. E. Simpson 



C. J. Stapp 
J. W. Sells 
C. G. Stokes 
C. C. Thompson 

M. I. HONEYCUTT 

W. B. Fowler 

R. T. HOLLINGSWORTH 

A. p. Harmon 
H. L. Villee 
C. S. Wharton 
C. W. Wesley 
A. M. West 



Roll of Chapters 

Philomatic University of Alabama Stuart Southwestern Presbyterian Universily 

IVert Auburn Hermenian .... University of Mississippi 

Phi Comma Emory University Franlflin Howard College 

Mu Sigma Rho Richmond College Chi Delta L'niversity of Tennessee 

Varsity Club Stetson Universily 



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Young Men's Christian Association 
Officers 

John R. Bane PresLlent 

Irl H. Sells Vice-PresiJenl 

A. Peale Harmon Secrelar^ 

Carl G. Howorth Treasurer 

Chairmen of Committees 

James W. Sells Devotional 

B. M. Hunt Bihle SfuJj; 

W. P. Bailey Mission Stud}) 

L. B. Hebert Social Service 

John B. Harris Self-Help 

W. Ernest Bufkin Forum 

C. W. Alford Membership 

W. L. Day Finance 

Robert F. Harrell Social 

Henry B. Collins PuhlicilM 



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Young Women's Christian Association 
Officers 

OuiDA Crawford PresiJent 

NoRMASTEL Peatross Vice-PreslJenl 

LuRLINE Patton Secrelar]) 

Bertha Hines Treasurer 

Chairman of Committees 

Erma Kile Devotional 

Ruth Thompson Social Service 

Mattee Bullard Memhership 

LuciLE Nail Social 

Joy King World Fellorvship 

Rose Giardina Puhlicily 

Mabel Horne . . . Finance 



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Student Volunteer Band 

Officers 

Miriam Joy King Leader 

James W. Sells Vice-Leader 

LuciLE Nail Secielar\)-Treasurer 

Foreign Mission 

Miriam Joy King James W. Sells 

Mabel Horne E. O. Baird 

Ruth Thompson Erma Morie Kile 

Home Mission 

M. Ouida Crawford Minnie Lucile Nail 

Rose Giardina Carrie Dodds 



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Preachers' League 

Officers 

C. W. Alford President 

E. A. King Vice-President 

R. T. HoLLlNCSWORTH Secretary 



Members 



C. G. Stokes 
A. M. West 

R. T. HOLLINGSWORTH 

R, E. Simpson 
James W. Sells 
Irl H. Sells 
E. O. Baird 

C. C. Thompson 
Frank Ferguson 
J. L. Ferguson 
C. H. Strait 
Winston Younger 
E. A. King 



M. L. McCoRMICK 

C. W. Wesley 
M. L. BoTT 
John Gibson 

Chester M. Rav 
A. W. Bailey 
W. P. Bailey 
L. M. Sharp 
B. M. Hunt 

A. J. BOYLES 

W. M. Ware 
C. W. Alford 



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Honor Council 

Officers 

B. M. Hunt Chairman 

W. Ernest Bufkin yice-Chairman 

Mattee Bullard • . . Clerli 

Members 

W. Ernest Bufkin . . CoIlcge-at-Largc 

Mattee Bullard CoUcge-ai- Large 

Henry A. Norton Senior Class 

A. Peale Harmon Senior Class 

B. M. Hunt Junior Class 

Fred Lotterkos Sophomore Class 

Dan Brewer Freshman Class 



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Pan-Hellenic Council 

Officers 

Charles Ventress Chairmaa 

Hugh H. Clegg Vice-Chairman 

Ada McDonnell Secrclar}) 

Members 

Kappa Alpha Hugh H. Clegg 

Kappa Alpha RoBERT Harrell 

Kappa Sigma ChaRLES N'entress 

Kappa Sigma Horace L. Villee 

Pi Kappa Alpha H. A. Norton 

Pi Kappa Alpha W. ErnEST BufKIN 

Kappa Delta MaTTEE BulLARD 

Kappa Delia Ada McDonnell 

Phi Ml, C. V. Hartfield 

Phi Mu Willie Spann 



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Kappa Alpha 



Founded at Washington and Lee University in 1863 

Colors: Crimson and Old Gold Flower.- Magnolia and Red Rose 

Publication : "Kappa Alpha Journal" 



Alfred Allen Kern 



Fratres in Facultate 

J. Reese Lin 



Alfred Porter Hamilton 



Mayrant Adams 
IsHAM B. Beard 
Webster M. Buie 
Terrall Brame 
J. T. Calhoun 
A. B. Campbell 
Yerger Clifton 
P. L. Clifton 
Welling Cole 
Sam Cook 
Richard Dobyns 
E. J. Ellzey 
I. C. Enochs 
Earl N. Floyd 
Arthur W. Fridge 
Garner W. Green 
Curtis Green 
L. N. Gaddis 
Floyd Gaddis 
Hugh Gillespie 
G. S. Hamilton 

W. H. HiLZIM 

A. Y. Harper 
George Hamilton 
Wilkes Henry 
James Heidelburc 
R. E. Kennington 



Fratres in Urbe 

L. L. Mayes ■ ' 

F. L. Mayes 
Luther Manship 

C. W. May 
George May 
Percy Mims 
W. B. Moore 

G. H. Moore 

NiLES MOSELEY 

John McLean 
Dr. McDill 
Oscar Newton 
S. W. Newell 
W. H. Phillips 

D. G. Phelps 
G. B. Power 
Chamers Potter 
Wiley Potter 
A. R. Peeples 
Dunlap Peeples 
J. H. Penix 

H. M. Quin, Jr. 
G. W. Rembert 
Stokes V. Robertson 
J. W. Robinson 
Mitchell Rohinson 
Ramsey Roberts 



Ted Robin 

J. W. Saunders 

R. L. Saunders 

Nolan Stewart 

T. P. Sparks 

G. C. Swearingen 

J. P. Smith 

F. M. Taylor 
S. S. Taylor 
S. J. Taylor 
C. T. Taylor 
J. A. Teat 

G. L. Teat 
Harmon Thompson 
H. C. Tye 

W. R. Smith 
Bernie Smith 
J. M. Vardaman 
J. K. Vardaman, Jr. 
S. R. Whitten 
A. F. Watkins, Jr. 
H. V. Watkins 
W. H. Watkins 
J. G. Watkins 
Chalmers Williamson 
G. Q. Whitfield 
Edward >'erger 



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Alpha Mu Chapter 

Class of 1920 

Hugh H. Clegg 



Robert F. Harrell 



Class of 1921 

Leonard J. Calhoun 



Marion M. Black 



iuRTON C. Ford 
Wirt A. \'erger 
R. B. Henlerson 



Class of 1922 

Walter E. Stokes 
Fred J. Lotterhos 
Austin Joyner 



Gordon S. Patton 

Lawrence W. Long 
Mack B. Swearincen 



IStephen D. McNair 
R. Carter O'Ferrall 
Norman E Applewhite 
tJoHN N. Grace 



Class of 1923 

ioYD Pickens 
Jackson Mann 
William Rogers 



Robert H. Thompson 
Dan F. Brewer 
John L. Rees 

William H. Vesey 



fPledges 



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Kappa Sigma 



Founded at the University of' Virginia in 1867 
Colors: Scarlet, White, and Emerald Flower: Lily-of-lhe-Valley 

Publications- "The Caduceus ' and "The Star and Crescent" 



George Lott Harrell 



Fratres in Facultate 

James Lambeth Ferguson, Jr. 



C. A. Alexander 
J. A. Alexander 
J. M. Alexander 
J. A. Baker 
Waldo Bailey 
Grady Butler 
T. H. Bingham 

LONGSTREET CaVETT 

W. T. Davis 
L. Evans 
E. H. Galloway 
A. W. Garraway 



Fratres in Urbe 

A. A. Green, Jr. 
W. M. Green 
E. H. Green 
f. e. gunter 
Edgar Gunning 
W. S. IIamilton 
J. G. Johnson 
H. G. Johnson 
Sam Johnson 
Wilton Johnson 
W. H. Lewis 
J. H. Morris 
Jerry Montgomery 
H. F. Magee 
Clyde McGee 
H. B. McGehee 
Eugene Morse 
J. N. McLean, Jr. 



A. M. Nelson, Jr. 
A. M. Owen 

R. B. RiCKETTS 
J. B. RiCKETTS 

J. S. Rhodes 
Sidney Robinson 
J. T. Robinson 
Fulton Thompson 
J. M. Thornton 
N. B. Langford 
Hub Harris 
Carter Sterling 



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Alpha Upsilon Chapter 

Class of 1920 

Alexander Peale FIarmon Charles Galloway Ventress 

Class of 1921 

Brunner M. Hunt C. Carutkers Sullivan' 

J. Frazer Smith Bascom B. Graves 

Charles C. Thompson 

Hiram G. Cunningham 

Class of 1922 

Leslie B. Cook A. M. Hinton R. K. Nelson 

L. M. Dixon William Basil Fowler William H. Hatfield 

Boyd C. Edward S. E. Morse E. P. Stiles 

H. C. Feeder C. E. Manning H. L. Villee 

Class of 1923 

H. McDonald Morse tj- William Kennedy 

W. H. Oliphant John F. Baxter 

Simmons L. Donald 

tjAMES J. Rawls 

Jack Causey 

tJoE Ben Pack 



tPledges 



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Pi Kappa Alpha 



Founded at the Universily of N'iiginia In I86S 
CcIgis: Garnet and Gold Flower: Llly-of-lhe-Vall?y 

Publication : "The Shield pnd Diamond" 



Frater in Facultate 

Stuart Grayson Noble 



Fratres in Urbe 
w. b. murrah . 

J. T. MURRAH 

C. W. Crisler ■ ■ ■ - 

J. W. Crisler 
John Vittle 

W. H. Hill 
J. F. Flint 

E. B. Cooper 

G. W. Lester 

John Green 

Paul Bellinger 
C. H. Miller 
Edwin Jones 
John Lyle 

L. W. Reed 

Frank T. Scott 
O. B. Taylor 

L. H. Jackson 



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Alpha Iota Chapter 



Class of 1920 

Henry Allen Norton Burnham L. Kearney Michel C. Huntley 

Carl G. Howcrth 
W. Ernest Bufkin 



Class of 1921 

William L. Day Lee Beverly Herbert 

Austin Lucky Shipman 



Class of 1922 

Henry B. Collins William L. Kellccc John B. Harris 

Laurence C. Corban Emmett A. Eaton Harry L. Rankin 



Class of 1923 

fB. S. Ruffin George B. Watts 

J. F. Ruffin ISedcie A. Summer 

Prentiss E. Smith Kirby Swinney 

Charles L. Wharton E. Burke Boatner 

H. H. Mellard 

Joseph M. Howorth 

Frank Reed 



"[■pledges 



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Kappa Delta Sorority 



Founded at the Virginia State Normal Female College in 1897 
Colors: Olive Green and While Flower: White Rose 

Publication; "Angelos" 



SORORES IN UrBE • 

Mrs. Jack Greaves 

Mrs. Forrest Cooper 

Miss Julia Mae Von Seutter 

Miss Ella Lee Miss Ruth Reed 

Miss Alice Lewis Miss Daisy Rogers 

Mrs. V. B. Hathorn Mrs. Barret Jones 

Miss Jane Williams Miss Mary Etta Cavett Miss Mary Shurlds 

Miss Nattie Withers Mrs. Willard Harding 

Miss Josephine Lewis Miss Sakah Graves 

Mrs. Harwell Davis Mrs. Herbert Owens 

Miss Fannie Buck Miss Delia Graves 

Miss Otie Branstetter 

Miss Elizabeth Manship 

Miss Ida Harris 



., Mu Chapter 

Members 

Kathryn E. Harris Class of '20 

Mattee B. Bullard Class of '21 

Annie Crisler Class of '21 

Miriam Joy King Class of '21 

Ada J. McDonnell Class of '22 

Mary Helen McKean Class of '22 

RosENA Dunbar Wharton Class of '23 

Helen Payne Ball Class of '23 

Henrietta Skinner Class of '23 

Mae Downing Class of '23 

Ruth Gail Thompson Class of '23 



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Phi Mu Sorority 

Founded at Wesley an College m 1852 
Publication : "Aglaia" 



Flower: Rose Carnation 



Miss Ruth Alford 

Miss Gladys Alford 

Miss Catherine Bailey 
Mrs. Mary B. Clark 
Miss Ionf Green 

Miss Sallie Belle Hartfield 
Miss Clara Baur Johnston 
Miss Elise Moore 



SORORES IN UrBE 

Miss Maude Wys Kennedy 
Miss Crawford Swearingen 
Miss Fannie Virden 

Miss Elizabeth H. Watkins 
Miss Olive Watkins 

Miss Marguerite Watkins 
Miss Elizabeth M. Watkins 



Epsilon Chapter 



Willie Spann Class of '21 

Nellie B. Clark Class of '22 

Clara Virginia Hartfield Class of '22 

Lurline Patton Class of '22 

Elizabeth G. Crisler Class of '23 

Margaret G. Greem ^ Class of '23 

Rebecca Hartf e'.d Class of '23 

Bertha B. Hines Class of '23 

Isabel Johnston Class of '23 

Daisy Edna Mann Class of '23 

NoRMASTEL Peatross Class of '23 

Annie Virden Class of '23 

Elisabeth Wills Class of '23 

Dorothy Wilson Class of '23 



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Sigma Upsilon 

Kit Kat Chapter 



W. E. BuFKiN ■ J. L. Ferguson 

Hugh H. Clegg M. C. Huntley 

J. R. Bane F. J. Lotterhos L. B. Hebert 

Faculty Members 

Dr. a. a. Kern Dr. S. G. Noble 

'V. . Fraternity Roll 

Sopherim Sewanee 

Calumet Vanderbilt 

Osiris Randolph-Macon College 

Senior Round Table University of Georgia 

Odd Number Club University of North Carolina 

Boar's Head Transylvania University 

Scribblers University of Mississippi 

Kit Kal Millsaps College 

Scarabs University of Texas 

Scribes University of South Carolina 

Coffee House Emory University 

Fortnightly Trinity College 

Attic University of Alabama 

Crub Street University of Washington 

Cordon-Hope College of William and Mary 

Blue Pencil . . . . , Davidson College 

Sphinx Hamden-Sidney College 

Ye Tabard Inn University of Oregon 



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Officers 

Leonard Calhoun PrcsiJenl 

M. M. Black Vice-Pre^iJent 

Kathryn Harris 5ecre/arp- Treasurer 



Rex Abney 
Marvin Black 

W. E. BUFKIN 

Mattee Bullard 
Leonard Calhoun 
O. G. Dawkins 
Eugene Ervin 
B. B. Graves 



Members 

K. E. Harris 
Dr. J. M. Sullivan 
C. V. Hartfield 
R. F. Harrell 
L. B. Hebert 

C. G. HOWORTH 

B. M. Hunt 

A. S. JOYNER 

B. L. Kearney 
Ada McDonnell 
H. A. Norton 

LURLINE PaTTON 

John W. Patton 



Leo Roberts 

J. O. Rutledge 

Willie Spann 

C. C. Sullivan 

John W. Wesley 

A. M. West 

T. G. Pears 

Prof. G. L. Harrell 



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Officers 

B. L. Kearney . . . . • n ■ i , 
Iresidenl 

A. P. Harmon . . . j/-„ p,„ •> , 

y tce-l resident 

William L. Day . c , -7- 

oecreiar^- 1 reasurer 

Hugh H. Clegg . Manager 

Dr. B. E. Mitchell ^,V,,,„, 

Prof. A. P. Hamilton .... n- , 

Uireclor 

Members 

' •-. M. L. BoTT /7,v,, Tenor 

• . - B. L. Kearney /:,>,, Tenor 

M. C. Huntley Pirsl Tenor 

■ .-. . C. W. Alford pirsi Tenor 

■ ■■ ' ■ G- B. Watts f,Vs/ Tenor 

' . . A. P. Harmon Second Tenor 

W. E. Stokes, Jr Second Tenor 

M- M. Black Second Tenor 

, J- W- Steen Second Tenor 

H. L. ViLLEE Q J -r 

Second 1 enor 

H. G. Cunningham .... c j t 

-_, , „ oecond 1 enor 

William L. Day ^,.^^, ^^^^ 

H. A. Dawson p■^^^ ^^^^ 

W- P- Bales ^r;^/ fia« 

L. B. Hebert f,V5( Sas5 

O. E. Sumrall /7,v,, Bass 

'. ■ A. B. Blackwell Second Bass 

High H. Clegg Second Bass 

Fred Lotterhos Second Bass 

. ■■ " C. G. Stokes Second Bass 

H. M. Morse Second Bass 

S. E. Morse Second Bass 

Quartette 

B. L. Kearney A. P. Harmon H. A. Dawson Hugh H. Clegg 



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M. C. Huntley 

Clarence Hays 

j. o. rutledge 

A. M. West 

J. R. Bane 



Members 

J. L. Ferguson 

K. L. SwiNNEY 

J. W. Sells 
A. L. Shipman 

W. E. BUFKIN 

J. W. Mann H. A. Dawson 

Joe Howorth C. G. Ventress 

Joseph E. Tumlin 

A. W. Bailey 



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Officers 

A. M. West ^''^' Commamhr 

JVI. C. Huntley ^°*' Vicc-Commamlcr 

H. A. Dawson ^°^' AJjutani 

Joe M. Howorth ^o^; Treasurer 

C. W. AlfORD P°'i Chaplain 

W. E. BUFKIN Post Historian 



Members 



Clarence Hays 
Joe M. Howorth 



J. W. Mann 
J. R. Bane 
L. B. Cook 
A. M. West 
Fred Lotterhos 
L. B. Roberts 
A. L. Shipman 
O. G. Dawkins 
A. W. Bailey 
W. B. Fowler 



H. H. Clegg 
W. L. Day 
J. W. Sells 
T. G. Pears 
Henry A. Norton 
R. B. Lamb 

H. L. ViLLEE 

A. P. Harmon 
W. E. Bufkin 
W. E. Stokes 



M. C. Huntley 

B. C. Edwards 

C. G. Ventress 
H. A. Dawson 
J. L. Ferguson 

K. L. SWINNEY 

J. O. Rutledce 
C. G. Howorth 
L. B. Hebert 
Hugh H. Clegg 
Joseph E. Tumlin 
Frank Ferguson 



John Harris 

A. M. HiNTON 



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Members 

Frederick J. Lotterhos 

Willie Spann Lee Beverly Hebert 

Brunner M. Hunt Mack Swearingen 

Clara Virginia Hartfield Swepson F. Harkey 



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Ath,i( 




ELISABETH WILLS 

Foolball Sponsor 




MATTEE BULLARD 

Basl(elball Sponsor 




ADA McDonnell 

Baseball Sponsor 




NORMASTEL PEATROSS 
Tradi Sponsor 



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DR. D. M. KEY 

Faculty Director of Athletics 



W. P. BALES 
Athletic Director 



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Athletic Council 

Dr. D. M. Key , FacuU^ Director of Athletics 

Carl G. Howorth . . .' President Athletic Association 

James W. Sells Secretar\^ Athletic Association 

W. P. Bales Director of Athletics 

Lee Beverly Hebert Baseball Manager 

A. L. Shipman Basl(etball Manager 

H. M. Morse Football Manager 

T. G. Pears Track Manager 

F. J. LoTTERHOS Tennis Manager 

Wm. L. Day Volle\fball Manager 

\V. Ernest Bufkin Athletic Association 

Hugh H. Clegc Athletic Association 

H. L. VlLLEE Athletic Association 



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"M" Club 



Officers 

Carl G. HowORTH PresiJenl 

Austin L. Shipman Vice-President 

L. B. Hebert Secretary 

W. B. Fowler Treasurer 



C. G. HoWORTH 

L. B. Hebert 



A. L. Shipman 



"M" Wearers in Baseball 

R. K. Nelson W. P. Bailey W. B. Fowler 

R B. Henderson J. J. Rawls Michel Huntley 

"M" Wearers in Basketball 

W. P. Bailey Carl G. Howorth 

'M" Wearer for Manager in Baseball 

Carl Glenn Howorth 



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AUSTIN LUCKY SHIPMAN 

Football Manager, 1920 

"Ship" is a clever lillle backfield man — speedy, heady, and full of fight; three points that go to make a 
good football player. He knows football perhaps better than any other college man, and has played on 
the 'Varsity team for three years. Under the managership of such an aggressive player as "Ship," we 
can look forward to a good schedule next year. 

HUGH McDonald morse 

Captain and Manager Football. 1919 

'"Donald" served in the double capacity of manager and captain the past season. He knows football 
from A to izzard," and when it comes to grit and determination he is right (here with the goods. He 
was a star player on the Freshman team, and when intercollegiate football opens up next season we are 
going to expect great things from "Donald." 



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Sophomore Football Team 

Some very lively and interesting games were played this season between the various 
class teams. A spirit of keen rivalry existed almost akin to that spirit existmg m inter- 
collegiate contests. The Sophomores, however, came through with a clean sheet. 

During the first of the season the Sophs defeated the Junior-Senior team, 14-0, and 
next tugged with the Preps for 0-0. Then the Freshmen defeated the Preps, 9-0, and 
then the Sophs played a deadlock game with the Freshmen. The Junior-Seniors won 
from the Freshmen, 12-6; later, they defeated the Preps, 23-0. This left the cham- 
pionship to be decided between the Sophs and the Junior-Seniors. This was a battle 
royal. Standing like a victorious hero up to the very last minute, the Junior-Seniors 
yielded the victory to the Sophs when Stanford Morse kicked a field goal, making the 
score 3-0. 



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CONFERENCE APPROVES. 
OF FOOT BALL ^ 



Petition Had Hardlv Been Read Before One of the Mem- 
bers Was on His Feet in Bitter Protest Against the 
Idea; Another Speaker "Argufied" that if Millsaps 
Participated in Intercollegiate Athletics, She Would 
Surely Co— He Didn't Say Where! 



JHtllsapa 
CoHrgc ^tljlctit J\BBOfi;rtion 



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5,in. iB,B5. 
OCTOBER, £1,1919. 



TO THE BSEIKSIPPI AFP EOBTH IlirCIESIPPI AUTOAL 



COKFEMICEE 



IITAEUUCH Af TW CUREICUIUM OP MILLSAPS COLLEGE 
'hot IKCLUIES a COUPSS IB ATHLETICS; AST INAEMliCH AS TIO 
- COLLmr. KAS AE ATHLKTIC rUJCIOF TOR THE ITOJ. TEAR, ACTIBC 
mrcifi THE AUTHOKITY OV THE FACULTY; W, THE ETUI'rlTT EOEY OP 



-- -'' ^ ' ^ IIILLEAPC COLLEGE KEKKBY REEPICTEULLY PETITIOH THAT THE 

MILLSAPS COLLEGE, J, 



; HOHOI ABLE EOAKr OF TEUETHE OF lilLLKAPE COTXEG?: BE OIVEH 

ATHLtTlC RELATIONS WITH*^"'^ '^°'"^"'' °'' *"■ '^™''^'^^' liTERcoiiEoiATE as wiu. a? 

MISS. COLLEGE REESTABLISHED ""ER-CI-ABB, just as H IE aivrs COMTBOL OE AIT OTHER 

COlLKtiE COURSE OR COLI»;F ACTIVITY. 
SIOlfEI):- 



nounccment Last Monday Morning by Dr. Walkin 
Was Followed by Prolonged Cheering by Studen 

Body; Fifteen •■Hal.«- f„r I>r U..Li„. j,„d M:,,;, 

sippi College Hat het s Buned 










ABHtDBH.lilEB.lo HM MOV. .Jjg 
C. G. HJTORIH ^ 

PHOTO I07I KILLSAPB COLLEOE.VACKSOH.iaK . 
OCR REQUEST PASSED WITHOUT Al-y OPPOfilllOK. 

J.li. ."ULLIVAM. 
Ili4 All 



Vol. XII 



MILLSAPS COLLEGE. J.KSON. .MISSISSIPPI. FRIlA^. NOVE.MBER 14. 1919 



ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION fllCULTy GRANTS sophomores defeat " 
ORGANIZED TUESDAY AHJUTICS CR[[Jir ju nior-seni ors. I4to0 

New Officers Elected Are Full of Energy and "Pep.'V ,^ ,:; ,. 'Sophomoi-es Opened Game by Kick-off to Long; Sells 

Each Being Familiar with His Particular Brand of '"'■'- l«"ninB lj)r Mill-; -Recovered on 20yard Line; .McCormick Cot Loose 
Sport and under Their Leadership Millsaps Will ",^J .^..rpiim.'eH ' »" ^ight End Run from 20-yard Line, but Hebert 

Rise Once More to the Heights of Eminence She ' ' 'WnmHanncd, ^.^^^.^ „._^ Preventing a Touchdown 

Once Enjoyed.— Volley Ball A ready Podu ar. r.. ,,.. ._, 



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AUSTIN LUCKY SHIPMAN 

Manager Basketball, 1920 

Austin is little, but he gets over the court like a whirlwind, and his opponents immediately gel the idea 
that he accomplishes whatever he attempts. He is a crafly player, and has the disheartening (to his 
opponents) trait of doing the unexpected. Austin also proved himself to be a very capable manager, 
as evidenced by the schedule of last season. 

CARL GLENN HOWORTH 

Captain Basketball, 1920 

"Oochie" was our old reliable star forward last season, and when given half a chance he was usually 

cocksure of a goal. He is quick in action and keeps a level head when on the court. Grit and "the 

go' are parts of his nature; to be sure, his opponents know he is there and presents a serious problem 
to be solved. 



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Varsity Basketball Team 

Officers 

W. P. Bales ^"""^ 

Austin Lucky Shipman Manager 

Carl Glenn Howorth Captam 

Members 

Carl Glenn Howorth Forward 

A. L. Shipman FormarJ 

R. B. Pickens Fort^ard 

Norman Applewhite Forrvard 

M. I. HONEVCUTT ^^"''"' 

Carter OTerrall '^^"'^' 

C. J. Stapp ^"""^ 

W. B. Fowler ^""''^ 

O. E. Sumrall ^""'''^ 

J. T. COURSEY '^"""^ 



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LEE BEVERLY HEBERT 

Manager Baseball, 1920 



Fans never worry about fir 
has splendid self-conlrol a 



;t base wh^^n 
id rarely ever 



Bevy" is there; his mitt is sure and extends high and low. He 
. „ . loses his head even in the tightest pinch, and is a speed mer- 

ctiant on ttie paths. Bevy puts in his playing (he same energy that he does i " 
manager of the club we never doubted that he would give us a good schedule 



his class work, and 



CARL GLENN HOWORTH 

Captain Baseball, 1920 

"Oochie" is one of our seasoned veterans of four years" standing. During these years we have learned 
lo depend on him, and he has never failed us in a pinch. He is a brainy player, an all-'round man 
on the diamond, and his batting average has been well over .300 in his college baseball career. "Oochie" 
captains the team again this year. He is a good man and a hard fighter. 



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Varsity Track Team 



W. p. Bales . . . 






T. G. Pears 




Manager 


H. B. Collins 


J. F. Baxter 


O. G. Dawkins 
L. J. Calhoun 

O. E. SUMRALL 

J. W. Sells 

J. R. Bane 


W. B. Fowler 
M. L. BoTT 
C. G. Stokes 
R. B. Lamb 




W. B. Howell 






M. I. HONEYCUTT 






L. B. Roberts 






R. P. Abney 







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Tennis Club 



W. E. Stokes, Jr. 
E. A. Eaton . . 
W. A. Yerger . 



Fall Champions 



Doubles 
Singles 



R. P. Abney 
J. R. Bane 
S. L. Donald 
George Watts 
l. c. corban 
f. j. lotterhos 
W. B. Howell 
L. B. Hebert 



Members 

LlJRLINE PaTTON 
H. L. VlLLEE 

Willie Spann 
E. A. Eaton 
M. I. Honeycutt 
R. B. Lamb 
W. L. Kellogg 
R. F. Harrell 
H. A. Norton 



Nellie Clark 

A. P. Harmon 
W. H. Hatfield 
C. C. Sullivan 

J. M. HOWORTH 

C. G. Stokes 
O. G. Dawkins 

B. C. Ford 



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NEW MAIN BUILDING 




WHERE WE HAVE INTERVIEWS WITH MARS, 
SATURN, VENUS, ETC. 



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Preparatory School Roll 



Andrews, Clinton Ellis Delhi, La. 

Armstrong, Childress Delhi, La. 

Bethune, Malcolm C Leesville, La. 

Bostick, Alexander Benoil 

Bufkin, Joseph Earl Clancy 

Bush, Roby Charles Macon 

Campbell, William E., Jr Silver Cily 

Carr, Charles H.. Jr Tunica 

Carson, Frank D Craig 

Carter, John, Jr Jackson 

Chatoney, Eli M Doddsville 

Clark, Guy E Leakesville 

Dodds, Cary Preston Tutwiler 

Downing, Jack B Leesdale 

Dillard, James J Itta Bena 

Dukes, D. M Adelle 

Eastland, James O Jackson 

Elrod, Herbert Franklin Alligator 

Fornea, Robert D., Jr Varnado, La. 

Gaines, Geo. W Lula 

Gandy. George A Sanford 

Godwin, Hugh Jackson 

Gowdy, W. B., Jr Jackson 

Griffin, George Joseph, Jr Abbeville 

Guild, George Nelson Jackson 

Harrell. William Osborne Jackson 

Harris, Ellis Jackson 

Hays, Clarence R Jackson 

f^^ys, Inez Jackson 

Hill, William Edward Millry, Ala. 

Hutton, James V., Jr Jackson 



Kennington, Jack A Jackson 

Kling, Marion Startia 

Lambeth, Brooks R Louise 

Lambeth, Calvin T Louise 

Leverelf, Blanks Jackson 

Ligon, Jack Barrows Jackson 

Long, Winston Dancy, Ala. 

Mcintosh, T. M Collins 

Middleton, Eugene G Pocahontas 

Miller, Romie N Natchez 

Montgomery, J. F Natchez 

Morris, Paul Dancy, Ala. 

Murray, Clanton John Pelahatchie 

Murray, Rod E Pelahatchie 

Nelson, Chester F Crenshaw 

Newton, Jere Jackson 

Norton, Warren Logfown 

Packwood, Georgie Jackson 

Page, Bryant K Crenshaw 

Plunkett, Alphens, Jr Jackson 

Robbins, Edward James Panletle 

Scales, Eris Owen Jackson 

Smith, Burnice W New Augusta 

Smith, Lew Birmingham, Ala. 

Stockett, Sam H., Jr Jackson 

Stokes, Sidney Alton Jackson 

Stokes, Walter Skates Jackson 

Sullivan, James Dublin 

Vest, Jack A Lake Cormorant 

Welch, Herbert W Tyler To^t, 

Younger, Winston Bunkie. La. 



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Preparatory School Statistics 

Reason for coming to Millsaps Got lost 

Favorite study Math 

Type of girl preferred Blonde 

Favorite occupation Slingin' the bull 

Lord Chesterfield Bostick 

Shylock Pggg 

Favorite professor Dearman 

Je"y-Bean Plunkett 

G''°"'^'i. . Hill 

In love with himself Carr 

Bo-^e Leverett 

Greenest of the verdant Elrod 

Best student "Vest 

Most practical Younger 

Fatty Arbuckle L^^g 

Young Socrates Hutton 

Sky pilot Younger 

Insignificance N^^t^,^ 

Pol't'^^'^" Bostick 

^^^•if"'"^^^ Sparkman 

'Baccer bummer Smith 

Best athlete Nelson 

B"^'^^' Sullivan 

Best all 'round Bostick 



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Senior Preparatory 



J. Alexander Bostick 
Benoit, Miss. 

"Oh, Love, if Jcath be srveeler, lei me die." 

Vice-President Prentiss Literary Society, '20; Secretary 
Senior Class, '20; Prep Football Team, '19; Prepara- 
tory School Editor of the Bobashela; Honor Coun- 
cil. '20. 



William Edward Campbell 

Silver City, Miss. 

"Women Jo nol fancv timid men." 

Captain Prep Basketball, '20; Baseball, '20. 

Charles H. Carr, Jr. 

Tunica, Miss. 
"Love comfortelh, like sunshine after rain." 

Chaplain Prentiss Literary Socirty. '20; Prep Football, 
'ISi; Prep Basketball, '20; Baseball, '20. 



E. M. Chatoney 
Itta Bena, Miss. 

"Never trouble trouble till trouble troubles you." 
Prep Footliall, 'lH; Prep Basketball, '20; Baseball, 



Guy Everette Clark. 

Leakesville. Miss. 

"Serene and resolute and still. 
And calm and self-possessed." 

Treasurer Prentiss Literary Society, '20; Treasurer 
Senior Class, '20; Prep Football, '111; Baseball, '20. 




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James Hutton, Jr. 

Jackson, Miss. 

"Ceorge Washington has died; 
Cicero has died; 
All the greal men are dying — 
And I don't feel ver)^ well myself.' 



Jack Kennington 
Jackson, Miss. 

"Everything comes to him mho rvaits. 
Therefore, why should I hurry?" 



Eugene Gaddes Middleton 
Pocahontas, Miss. 

As Tvclcome as sunshine in every place 

Is the beaming approach of a good returned face 

Vici-rie.siclent Senior Class, '20. 



John Clanton Murray 
Pelahatchie, Miss. 

"To get thine ends 
Lay hashfulness aside." 



Rod E. Murray 

Pelahatchie, Miss. 

"A gentleman, a friend. 
What more can Tve say?" 

Prep Basketball. '20; Baseball. '20. 



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Senior Preparatory 

Warren Huntley Norton 

Lcgtown, Miss. 

"Charm strikes the sight, _ 
But merit wins the soul." 

Historian Senior Class, '20. 

Lew Smith 

Birm:ngham, Ala. 

"The flower cannot bloom without sunshine; 
A man cannot succeed without woman." 

Baseball '19 '20; Football, '10; Vice-President Atli- 
w,v Assoc alien '20; Secretary Prentiss Literary 
society 20 'class Poei, '20; Manager Basketball, 'iO. 



Alpheus Plunkett 

Jackson, Miss. 

•7 cannot understand why women are so easily 
persuaded. 

Manager Football, '1!'. 

Jack Vest 

Lake Cormorant, Miss. 

"My only books 
W ere woman s looks. 
And folly's all they taught me." 

Class Prophet, '20; Football, '13; Tjack Manager^20; 
Vice-President Prentiss Literary Society, 20, Base- 



WiNSTON RlSTONlA YoUNGER 
Bunkie, La. 

"Therefore, it was not well said, 'It is^ impossible to 
be in love and to he wise'." 

President Senior Class, '20; Chaplain Prentiss Literary 
Society. ■20; Prep Football, 'IS; Honor Council, 20. 




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Prentiss Literary Society 



Officers 

First Term Second Term 

C;."'t"' ; '^'°'^^' ^^"""^ James Sullivan- 

V,ce-Presidenl J. A. BosTlCK J A Vest 

^^'"''"'^ Lew Sm.th ;;.;■. d.llard 

l'"."'"'" Guv Clark Bryan Page 

^'Z'"', Jack Downing w. S. Long 

^^"^^'"" W. R. Younger w. R. Younger 



Members 

Alpheus p. Andrews Winston Long 

W. E. Hill Jack Ligon 

J. A. BosTicK • B. Lambeth 

Earl Bufkin c. Lambeth 

Eli Chatoney Blanks Leverett 

Guy Clark p^ul Morris 

W. E. Campbell James Sullivan 

Charles Carr m. M. Kling 

Bryan Horn Page Frank Carson 

Hugh Godwin c. P. Dodds 

William Harrell Jack Downing 

|. J. DiLLARD 

Herbert Elrod 
George Griffin 
George Gandy 
Rod Murray 
Clanton Murray 
C. F. Nelson 
Warren Norton 
Lew Smith 
Jack Vest 
J. R. Sparkman 
W. R. Younger 



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Honor Council of Millsaps Preparatory School 

Officers 

James Sullivan President 

Alexander Bostick Vke-Pre^Uenl 

Chester Nelson Secrelav), 

Members 

Alexander Bostick .... <;„„•,("; 

jenior Llass 

Winston Younger Senior Class 

James Sullivan y„„,-„, class 

Chester Nelson Sophomore Class 

Jack. B. Downing Freshman Class 



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Prep Athletic Council 

Chester A. Nelson PresiJenl Athletic Association 

George Gandy Secretar)) and Treasurer Athletic Association 

AlpHEUS PluNKETT Football Manager 

Lew Smith Basketball Manager 

W. p. Bales Director of Athletics 

J. L. Ferguson ^"'"^'^ Director of Athletics 



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Preparatory School Football Team 



Officers 

W. p. Bales r^^ , 

V-oacn 

Chester Nelson Captain 

Alpheus Pluniett Manager 

Members 

George Griffin Center 

Calvin Lambeth Right Guard 

Robey Bush Right Tackle 

Eli Chatoney Right End 

Charles Carr Left Guard 

RoiERiCK Sparkman Left Tackle 

Jack Vest Left End 

Lew Smith Quarterback 

William Hill Right Halfback 

Winston Long Left Halfback 

Chester Nelson Fullback 

Winston Younger Substitute 

Alexander Bostick Substitute 

Bryan Page Substitute 



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Prep Basketball Team 

Officers 

Lew Smith ... , , 

Manager 

W. M. Campbell, Fr. . . r , ■ 

■' Laptain 

W. P. Bales P_ , 

Loac/i 

Members 

Charles Carr Fon>,arJ 

W. M. Campbell, Jr Forward 

Chester Nelson . . r , 
L enter 

R. Murray ... r- j 
L.uara 

Eli Chatoney ... n j 
L.uard 

James Sullivan Substitute 

Earl Bufkin ... c i. ,/ , 
oubstitule 



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Prep Baseball Squad 



Officers 

Chester Nelson Manager 

Rod Murray Captain 



Players 

Chester Nelson Pitcher 

Eli Chatoney Pitcher 

R. Murray Catcher 

James Sullivan ^ '"' Baseman 

W. H. Campbell Second Baseman 

George Griffen Third Baseman 

Charles Carr Shortstop 

Lew Smith l^'Sf^' Fielder 

Jack Vest Center Fielder 

Rod Sparkman ^e/' Fielder 

Winston Long Substitute 

Guy Clarke Substitute 



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JACKSON, MISS. 

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Jackson, Mississippi 

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Corner President and Pearl 

Phone 57-701 
Corner Capitol and Gallatin 

Phone 749 

Corner 100 Capitol Street 

Phone 54 

ABBATOtR 317 Jackson, Miss. 



DON'T MENTION HIS NAME, BUT YOU WILL PROBABLY 
FIND HIM ENJOYING 

A Few Hours of Real Clean Sport 

Eating Some of Those Good Sandwiches 
Smoking Those Fine Cigars 

AND 

Getting His Weekly Check Cashed 

Come Down, Boys, We Are Glad To Have You 



PALACE BILLIARD HALL 

T. T. Brigance, Manager 



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Green Grocery Co. 



Staple and Fancy 

GROCERIES 



400 WEST CAPITOL STREET 



Listen, Fellows: 

When you build that bungalow, just remembei' 
that "Johnnie" Green carries the best line of staple 
and fancy groceries on the market. 

We carry the famous "RICHELIEU" line 
and that's enough said. If not, ask your neighbor. 

When you need the best staple and fancy gro- 
ceries, at the most reasonable prices, ring No. 

2072. 

We give you prompt service. We guarantee 
satisfaction. 



PHONE, CUMB. 2072 
400 WEST CAPITOL STREET 






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IN THIS ANNUAL 



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THIS IS A SAMPLE OF OUR WORK 



CRESCENT BILLIARD HALL 

Cigars, Tobacco and Smoking Supplies 

Soft Drinks 

New Millsaps Building Telephone 391 



When Clothes Are Dirty Ring Seven Thirty 

JACKSON STEAM LAUNDRY 

Cleaning, Pressing and Dyeing 
Telephone 730 SEE OUR AGENT 



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College Boys, If It's Anything New in Gent's Furnishings 
We Have It 

THE TOGGERY 

QUALITY HABERDASHERS 

Royal Hotel Building Jackson, Mississippi 



DRUG STORE SERVICE 

PROMPT, POLITE AND EFFICIENT SERVICE 

See us for Kodak Supplies, Stationery, Cigars and Tobacco, Cigarettes, 
Pipes, Toilet Articles, Hot and Cold Drinks, Whitman s Candies. 

Prescription Work Our Specialty, Bicycle Delivery to the Campus 

SIMMONS & McGEE, The Old Reliable Druggists 

The Rexall Store 
Telephone 1497 and 1499 Corner State and Capitol Sts. 



CHAMBERS OFFICE SUPPLY CO. 

JACKSON. MISSISSIPPI 

"EVERYTHING FOR THE OFFICE" 

EXCLUSIVE AGENCY 

L. C SMITH & BROS. Typewriter 

All Makes Machines Bought, Sold, Rented or Repaired. Any Old Machine 
Taken in Trade for L. C. Smith & Bros. Typewriier 



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Each Suit in our stock 
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and 

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in Clothes 

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