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BENSON 





BOOK I 

The College 

BOOK 2 

Classes 

BOOK 3 

Student 

Activities 

BOOK 4 

Fraternities 

BOOK 5 



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^^he old choctaw saluta- 
L J tion, "good friend," is 
fittingly the name of our 
annual. our desire is to so 
record the associations of 
good friends that in future 
years the bobashela shall be 
the medium of recalling 
pleasant thoughts and of 
keeping alive in us the old 
millsaps spirit. if this vol- 
ume can hallow the memo- 
ries of the past, give joy in 
the present, or hold forth 
any hope for the future, we 
feel we shall have achieved 

SUCCESS. 




To 
THE MOTHERS OF MILLSAPS MEN 

In Recognition of the Faithful and Untiring Efforts 

of the Mothers of Millsafis Men and 

Women, We, the Class of 21, 

Reverently and Resftect- 

fully Dedicate 

this Annual 



£3 





mooK i 

The College 




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Board of Trustees 



Officers 

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

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

J. B. Streater Secretary 

W M Buie T 

1 '• "u"- treasurer 

Members 

Rev. W. W. WoollaRD Grenada, Miss. 

J. T. Calhoun Jackson> Mjss 

W. B. KRETSCHMAR Greenville, Miss. 

Rev. M. L. Burton j acksoni Ml$s 

Rev. J. R. Countiss Grenada, Miss. 

W - M - BuIE Jackson, Miss. 

W. T. Rogers Nevv Albany, Miss. 

Rev. M. M. Black Jackson? Miss 

W. H. WATKINS Jackson, Miss. 

T. L. Lamb Euporia, Miss. 

REV. C. W. Crisler Jackson, Miss. 

Rev. O. S. Lewis Laurel, Miss. 

Rev. O. W. Bradley Corinth, Miss. 

Rev. R. A. Meek Sardis, Miss. 

T. B. LaMPTON Jackson, Miss. 

J. B. Streater Black Hawk, Miss. 



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Faculty 

Officers 

Alexander Farrar Watkins, A.B., D.D. . . . President 
John Macruder Sullivan, A.M., Ph.D., Vice-Pres., Tracts. 

J. Reese Linn, A.M Secretary 

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

David Martin Key, M.A., PTi.D Librarian 

Mrs. Mary Bowen Clark Assistant Librarian 

John Lambuth Ferguson, A.B., B.D Headmaster Academy 



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

President 

A.B. Vanderbilt University, 1S93; D.D. Cente- 
nary College, 1900; Field Agent, Millsaps Col- 
lege, 1S90-92; President of Whitworth College, 
1900-02; Vice-President of Board of Trustees, 
Millsaps College, 1900-12; a member of the 
Methodist Beumenial Conference which met at 
Toronto, Canada, 1911; Member Mississippi An- 
nual Conference; Secretary of General Confer- 
ence of Methodist Episcopal Church, South. 
1906-1S; a Member of the Commission on Uni- 
fication of the Methodist Episcopal Church and 
the Methodist Episcopal Church. South; Presi- 
dent of Millsaps College since June, 1912; Phi 
Delta Theta. 




John Magruder Sullivan 

A.M., Ph.D. 
Professor of Chemistry and Geology 

A.B. Centenary, 1SS7; A.M., University of Mis- 
sissippi, 1\90; Ph.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 Chicago, 
1907, 190S, 1911; Member Chemical Society; 
American Association for the Advancement of 
Science; Mississippi State Teachers' Association; 
Audubon Society; National Geographic Society- 
Methodist Historical Society of Mississippi; 
Delta Tau Delta. 




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George Lott Harrell 

B.S., M.S. 
Professor of Astronomy and Physics 

B.S. Millsaps College. 1899; M.S.. 1901; Profes- 
sor of Science, WTiitworth 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 
University. 1904-08; Professor of Mathematics. 
Centenary College, 190S-09; President of Mans- 
field Female College, 1909-10; Professor of Sci- 
ence, Winfield High School. 1910-11; Professor 
of Mathematics, Louisiana State University, 
Summer, 1911; Member of American Association 
for Advancement of Science; Member of Amer- 
ican Astronomical Society; Kappa Sigma. 




J. Reese Lin 

A.B., A.M. 

Professor of Philosophy and History 

A.B. Emory College: Fellow in Vanderbilt Uni- 
versity, 1S94-9C; A.M. Vanderbilt University; 
Professor of Philosophy and Education. Central 
College. Mo.. 1909-10; Sage Fellow in Cornell 
University, 1910-12; Instructor in English Liter- 
ature and Philosophy. Tulane University, Sum- 
mer Term. 1909; Summer Terms, Columbia Uni- 
versity, 190S-10; Kappa Alpha. 



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Benjamin Ernest Mitchell 

A.M., Ph.D. 
Professor of Mathematics 

A.B. Scarritt-Morrisvlle, Mo., 1900; Scholastic 
Fellow, Vanderbilt University, 1006-07; Teaching 
Fellow, 1907-08; A.M. Vanderbilt. 1908; Ph.D., 
Columbia University, 1916; Professor of Mathe- 
matics. Searritt-Monisville College, 190S-12; 
Tutor in Mathematics in College of City of New 
York, 1912-13; Instructor, Columbia Extension 
Teaching, 1913-14; Professor of Mathematics in 
Millsaps College since 1914; Absent in Army 
Y. M. C. A. work, Director of Athletics at Camp 
Oglethorpe, Ga., 1918; Alpha Tau Omega. 




David Martin Key 

A.M., Ph.D. 
Professor of Ancient Languages 

A.B. Central College, 1S9S; A.M., Vanderbilt 
University, 1906; Ph.D., University of Chicago, 
1916; Professor of Ancient Languages, Pacific 
Methodist College, 1900-02; Professor of Ancient 
Languages, "Morrisville 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. 




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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. ISIS; Instructor, 
Millsaps Preparatory School, 190S-11; Headmas- 
ter, Millsaps Preparatory School, 1911-16: Pro- 
fessor of Education, University of Mississippi, 
Summer, 1917; Professor of Education in Mill- 
saps College since 1916; Author of "A First 
Book in English." "The Agricultural Higli 
School of the South." "Forty Years of the Pub- 
lic Schools in Mississ : ppi" ; Pi Kappa Alpha; 
Sigma Upsilon; Phi Delta Kappa. 




Alfred Porter Hamilton 

A.B., A.M. 
Professor of Creel( and German 

A.B. Southern University, 190S; A.M. University 
of Pennsylvania. 1911; Assistant Professor of 
Ancient Languages, Southern University, 1908- 
09; Graduate Student. University of Leipzig. 
1909-10; Harrison Fellow in Latin. University of 
Pennsylvania, 1910-11; Harrison Fellow in Indo- 
European Comparative Philosophy, University of 
Pennsylvania. 1911-12; Student in University of 
Chicago, Summer 1914; Professor of Latin and 
German. Woman's College of Alabama. 1912-17; 
Professor of Greek and German in Millsaps Col- 
lege since 1917; Kappa Alpha. 



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Albert Godfrey Sanders 

A.B., A.M. 
Professor of Romance Languages 

A.B. Southwestern, 1904; Yale, 1907; Lit. Hum,, 
Oxford, 1910; Yale Graduate School, 1910-12; 
A.M., Oxford, 1914; Peacock School. Atlanta, 
Ga., 1905-06; Emory College, 1912-13; Emory 
and Henry, 1913-19; Professor of Romance Lan- 
guages in Millsaps College since 1919. 




Milton Christian White 
A.B., M.A. 

Professor of English 

A.B. Southern University, Greensboro, Ala., 
1910; M.A. Harvard University, 1914; Alabama 
Presbyterian College, Anniston, Ala., 1915-1S; 
Austin College, Sherman, Texas, 1918-20; Pro- 
fessor of English in Millsaps College since 1920; 
Kappa Alpha; Sigma Upsilon. 




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John Lambuth Ferguson, Jr. 
A.B., B.D. 

Headmaster Preparatory School 

A.B., B.D., Emory University, 1916: Student 
Vanderbilt University, 1910-13; Divinity Student 
Emory University, 1914-16; Educational Secre- 
tary. U. S. Army Y. M. C. A.; Chaplain U. S. 
Army, 191S-19; Special Student University of 
Edinburgh. Spring Term, 1919; Headmaster of 
Millsaps Preparatory School since 1919; Kappa 
Sigma; Sigma Up3ilon. 




George W. Huddleston 

A.B., A.M. 

Ancient Languages in Preparatory School 



B. Hiv 



ssee College, 1SS3; Professor of 
Creek, Hiwassee College. 1884-91; A.M. Hiwas- 
see College, 1SS6; Professor of Latin and Greek 
Harperville College. 1S91-9?,; President of State 
Hoard of Teachers Examiners. 



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Dewey Stevens Dearman 

B.S., M.S. 

Professor of Chemistry and Physics 

B.S. Millsaps College. 1919; M.S. Millsaps Col- 
lege, 1920; Assistant in Chemistry and Physics, 
Preparatory School, 1920; Pi Kappa Alpha. 




Michael Carter Huntley 
A.B. 

Professor of English and Physics 

B.A. Millsaps College, 1020; Instructor in Pre- 
paratory School, 1920; Pi Kappa Alpha; Sigrmi 
Upsilon. 




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Mrs. Mary Bowen Clark 

Assistant Librarian 

Beauty of character includes every good of which 
the human heart can know. 




Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Joyce 

Matron of Dormitory 

"Whose inborn worth her acts commend. 
Of gentle soul, to us boys a friend." 



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Faculty Assistants 



FREDERICK J. LoTTERHOS . Assistant in English 

Enoch A. King Assistant in Latin 

Leo B. Roberts . . . Assistant in Chemistry 



Brunner M. Hunt . . . Assistant in Latin 
Lee Beverly Hebert . . Assistant in Athletics 
J. D. MusSELWHITE . . Assistant in Athletics 



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MAIN BUILDING 




COLLEGE CHAPEL 



Page twenty 




Officers 

L. Barret Jones President 

L. J. Calhoun Vice-President 

G. L. Harrell Secrela, jj and Treasurer 



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All 



umni Association 






N alumni association is helpful to any institution. It is also 
beneficial to every member of the association. Every 
alumnus and alumna of our Alma Mater has much in 
common, and these ties that bind should not be ignored. 
Every man and woman likes to turn backward in memory 
to the good old days spent about these old halls of learn- 
ing, and every loyal alumnus desires to see again the old 
campus, the old professors, the old classmates and to be 
reminded of the hallowed associations there. The alumni association fills 
such a need. Every former student, whether old or young, feels that he 
or she has a common heritage, and we believe that the members of the 
Millsaps Alumni Association are taking a renewed interest in the old 
school. The secretary is compiling a complete roster of the old Millsaps 
students. Also the expression of interest during the football season was 
especially notable and fully appreciated by the student body. To our 
older brothers and sisters, all honor be! 



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Senior Class 
Officers 

L. J. Calhoun President 

M. M. Black, Jr Vice-President 

Miss Annie Crisler Secretary 



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Leo Bogan Roberts 

COLUMBIA, MISS. 

Master of Arts 

A.B. Millsaps College, '20; Geiger Chemistry Medal, 
'18; Founder's Medal, '20; Instructor in Chemistry and 
Mathematics; G. L. S. ; Y. M. C. A.; S. C. ; American 
Legion. 

Leo is a splendid student as his record shows. He has 
gained for himself a reputation as a teacher who is the 
master of his subjects. His broad foundation of learn- 
ing should assure him success in whatever work he takes 
up. 



COLLYE WELLMAN ALFORD 

MAGNOLIA, MISS. 

Bachelor of Arts 



Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, '20; Pr 
'20; Vice-President G. L. S. 
'20; Commencement Debater 
A., '21; Bobashela Staff, 



sident Preachers' League, 
'20; Secretary G. L. S., 
'20; President Y. M. < '. 

'21; Chaplain American 



Legion, '20; Overseas Club; Freshman Declamation 
Medal. '16; Delegate to Blue Ridge. '20. 

Collie has long been one of the most popular men on the 
Millsaps campus. Probably no man has more genuine 
friends, and he richly deserves them. Collie Alford is 
sound to the core. That hearty handshake of his is not 
easily forgotten. 



Marvin McKendree Black, Jr., K A 

JACKSON, MISS. 

Bachelor of Arts 

L. L. S.; Orchestra, '16, '17. '18. '19; Glee Club 'IS. 
'19. '20; Tennis Team, 'IS, '19, '20, '21; Science Club; 
Business Manager Glee Club, '19-'20; Y. M. C. A. Cabi- 
net, '21; Vice-President Science Club, '20; President 
Right Royal Ramblers, '21; Vice-President Senior 
Class; Anniversarian L. L. S. ; P. & W. Staff, '19. '20, 
'21; Bobashela Staff '21; Delegate to Blue Ridge,' '20. 

Very dependable, witty, and likable, Marvin is a friend 
of every one who knows him. We expect Marvin to 
"make good." 



Mattee B. Bullard, K J 

JACKSON, MISS. 

Bachelor of Arts 

Y. W. C. A.; Y. W. C. A. Cabinet, 18, '19, '20: Treas- 
urer Sophomore Class, '19; Vice-President Junior Class, 
'20; Pan-Hellenic Council, '20, '21; Honor Council, '20; 
'21; Sponsor Basketball, '20; Purple and White Staff, 
'20. '21; Associate Editor Bobashela, '21; Literary 
Council. 

Mattee has always been one of the leading co-eds at 
Millsaps since the day she first entered these halls of 
learning. We are indeed proud to have her in the Class 
of '21. She has won every honor by genuine merit and 
is held in the highest esteem by everyone. 



Leonard Calhoun, K A, 2" Y 

JACKSON, MISS. 

Bachelor of Arts 

Y. M. C. A.; L. L. S. ; Freshman Declamation Medal, 
'IS; Commencement Deelaimer, '19; President Science 
Club, '20; Birmingham-Southern Debater. '20: Bobash- 
ela Staff, '21; Tennis Club; Track. '21; Football. Junior- 
Senior. '20; President Senior Class, '21; Delegate to 
Centenary Celebration, '19; Secretary Right Royal 
Ramblers. 

Endowed with a keen mind and g.eat executive ability, 
Leonard has made us an admirable president. His less 
brilliant thoughts run in the channels of "Marvin, Mar- 
vin, where art thou?" 



Annie Irene Crisler, K J 

JACKSON, MISS. 

Bachelor of Science 

Y. W. C. A.: Poet Junior Class; Sponsor Junior Class: 
Secretary Senior Class. 

"Deedle " is a jolly, good friend of everyone. She has 
made a host of them while at Millsaps, and we expect 
Deedle to continue to shine wherever she may go. 



Osmund G. Dawkins 

DELTA CITY, MISS. 

Bachelor of Arts 

Y. M. C. A.; American Legion; Science Club; Track 
Manager, '21; "M" Club; Vice-President L. L. S. ; Y. 
M. C. A. Cabinet, '21; Athletic Council, '21; Track, '20; 
Masonic Club; Tennis, '20. 

We know O. G. for his cheerful optimism and his deter- 
mination to obtain whatever he desires. We believe 
Osmund will deliver the goods in life's game. 



William L. Day, II K A 

BROOKHAVEN, MISS. 

Bachelor of Arts 

Y. M. C. A.; L. L. S. ; American Legion; Preachers' 
League; Delegate to Blue idge, 'IS; Orchestra, '18; 
Glee Club, '18, '1!), '20; President Y. M. C. A., '19; 
President Junior Class, '20; Cabinet, '20; Varsity Foot- 
ball, '20; President L. L. S.. '21; Pan-Hellenic Coun- 



Bill is one of our most renowned Glee Club songsters. 
His one weakness is for "us belles dames and we are 
afraid that some day he will fall in love. 



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Hendrix Avera Dawson, 2 Y, K 1 

WOODVILLE, MISS. 

Bachelor of Arts 

Y. M. C. A.; G. L. S. ; A. P. S. ; Vice-President G. L. S., 
•17; President, '20; Glee Club, '16, '17, '20, '21; Vice- 
President. '17; Quartet, '16, '17, '20, '21; Overseas Club; 
Post Adjutant American Legion, '20; Delegate to First 
State Convention, American Legion; Triangular De- 
bater, '20; Junior-Senior Football Team, '20; Purple 
and White Staff, '21; Self Government Board. '21; 
Business Manager Bobashela, '21. 

H. A. Dawson of the lopsided grin and his keen sar- 
casm is known to us all for his happy-go-lucky air. But 
we who know him cannot but love him for the pure gold 
that lies within. 





Andrew Jackson Boyles 

HOMEWOOD MISS. 

Bachelor of Arts 



Vice-President Preachers' 
Newton County Club, '21 
'21; President. G. L. S 
President Masonic Club, 



League. '21; Chaplain Scott- 
Purple and White Reporter. 
. '21; Bobashela Ctaff, '21; 



Big of body and big of heart, our joke editor will always 
be thoroughly liked wherever he goes. Needless to say, 
no Millsaps man will ever forget Boyles inimitable wild 
goose. 



Boyd Clark Edwards, K 1 

JACKSON, MISS. 
Bachelor of Science 
Bobashela Staff. '21. 

Boyd has given us proof of his induslry and determina- 
tion in taking his degree in three years. We can pre- 
dict the greatest success for him a> pre-med at Emory 
or Tulane or wherever he goes. 



William Curtis Edwards 

JACKSON, MISS. 
Bachelor of ArU 

Tennis Club, '19. 



Galloway Literary Societ 
ence Club; A. P. S. 



W. C. Edwards is another of the three-year men. That 
record speaks well for his future. 



Eugene McGee Ervin 

COLUMBUS, MISS. 

Bachelor of Arts 

Y. M, C. A.; L. L. S. ; Secretary L. L. S., 'lit. '20; Vice- 
President, '20; President, '21; Science Club, '19; Y. 
M. C. A. Cabinet, '21. 

Nig, alias "Irishman, is a determined student and has 
shown himself most faithful to whatever college activity 
he has entered. 



Bascom B. Graves, K 2 

HATTIESBURG, MISS. 

Bachelor of Arts 

Glee Club. '20; Pan-Hellenic Council. '21; President 
Freshman Class 17; Iota Delta Delta; Science Class '19, 
Meridian College. 

By his ready smiles, cheerful disposition, and accommo- 
dating ways, "B" has made every body his friend. 
Voted the most popular man on the campus. 



Robert Falhland Harrell, K A 

WATERPROOF, LA. 

Bachelor of Arts 

Y. M. C. A.; L. L. S. ; Freshman Debater, 'IS; Com- 
mencement Debater, '19; President Freshman Class, 
'IS; President Sophomore Class, '19; Treasurer L. L. S.. 
'19-'20; Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, '20-'21; Purple and White 
Staff, '19; Pan-Hellenic Council, '20-'21; Louisiana 
Club; Litrary Council; Tennis Club; Science Club, '20. 

Bobby's record is one to be proud of. His popularity 
is attested by his being twice president of his class. 



Lee Beverly Hebert, IL K A, 2 I Y 

NEW IBERIA, LA. 

Bachelor of Science 

Editor-in-Chief Purple and White, '21: T. M. C. A.; 
L. L. S. ; Commencement Debater, '19; Triangular De- 
bater, '19-'20; University Debater, '21; Glee Club, '19, 
'20. '21: Secretary Y. M. C. A.. '21; Delegate to Blue 
Ridge, '19; Delegate Student Volunteer Convention, Des 
Moines, fa., '20; President Athletic Association, '21; 
Baseball Manager, '20; Varsity Football, '20-'21; Var- 
sity Baseball, '19-'20; All One Club; Dormitory Self 
Government Board; Bobashela Staff, '21. 

As an "all one" man, foremost in athletics, and editor 
of the Purple and White, Hebert is the all round man 
of his class. 



Brunner Marion Hunt, K 2", 2 Y 

PORT GIBSON, MISS. 

Bachelor of Arts 

Chairman Honor Council. '20-'21: Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, 
'20-'21; President I.. L. S.. '21; Commencement De- 
bater's Medal. '20; Triangular Debater. '21; All One 
Club; Secretary Preachers' League, '21: Student Dele- 
gate to Blue Ridge, '20; Pan-Helenic Council. '21; 
Athletic Council, '21; Assistant Instructor in Latin, '21; 
Millsaps Representative M. I. O. A.. '21; Editor-in- 
Chief Bobashela, '21. 

Brunner has exemplified the golden mean between undue 
modesty and undue self confidence. As the editor of the 
Bobashela and Chairman of the Honor Council he has 
proven his executive ability and leadership among men. 



Enoch Alexander King 

AUBURN, MISS. 

Bachelor of Arts 

Triangular Debater. '19: President Preachers' League, 
'20; President Galloway Literary Society, '19. 

Possessed of great oratorical ability, thoroughly conse- 
crated and of unbounded perseverance. We have the 
utmost confidence in Brother King's future as a minister. 



Henry Hollis Lansford, // K A 

AMORY, MISS. 

Bachelor of Arts 

President Sophomore Class, '18; Galloway Literary So- 
ciety; President G. L. S.. '21; Triangular Debater, '21; 
Y. M. C. A. ; American Legion. 

After being absent from us three years in the navy Lans- 
ford returned to Millsaps. The Class of '21 was very 
glad to number this quiet and reserved deep thinker in it. 



Lurline Margeret Patton, M 

JACKSON, MISS. 

Bachelor of Science 

Y. W. C. A. Cabinet, '19, '20, '21; Science Club, '20; 
Historian Senior Class. 

Lurline has taken her degree in three years and has 
gone in for all college activities, too. This makes us 
observe that one doesn't have to be great of body to be 
great of mind. 



John Overton Rutledge 

LAKE, MISS. 

Bachelor of Arts 

G. L. S. ; Treasurer, '20; Auditor, '21; President, '21; 
Tennis Club; Science Club; Y. M. C. A. Cabinet; Scott- 
Newton County Club; American Legion; Overseas Club; 
Bobashela Staff, '21. 

As a diligent student and a jolly, good fellow, John is 
thoroughly liked by both profs and his fellow students. 




Austin Lucky Shipman, II K A 

RULEV1LLE, MISS. 

Bachelor of Arts 

Manager Football, '20; Manager Basketball, '19, '20; 
Basketball Team, '15, '16, '17, '19, '20; Football Team, 
'19, '20; Pan-Hellenic Council, '21, 

Somewhat reserved, steadfast of purpose, rather conser- 
vative — that's Ship. Shipman is one of our best athletes. 



Willie Spann, <I> M 

JACKSON, MISS. 

Bachelor of Arts 

All One Club; Vice-President Freshman Class. '18; His- 
torian Junior Class. '20; Pan-Hellenic Council, '20, '21; 
Science Club; Bobashela Staff, '21. 



"Bill' has always stood at the head of her class and 
as a "jolly, good fellow" is esteemed by all who know 
her. 



Charles Warren Wesley 

FOXWORTH, MISS. 

Bachelor of Arts 

Y. M. C. A.: G. L, S. ; Preachers' League; A. T. S. ; 
Masonic Club. 

His portly demeanor and serious thoughts have earned 
for him the appelation, "Bishop." Bishop is earnest in 
all that he does; firm and friendly to every every one. 



Arlie Milton West 

HAMILTON, MISS. 

Bachelor of Arts 

Member Honor Council, '20; G. L. S. ; Post Commander 
of "John Burton" Post of American Legion, '20; Vice- 
President Y. M. C. A., '21; Unversity Debater, '21; 
Varsity Football, '21; Bobashela Staff, '21. 

West is "the abridgement of all that is honest, depend- 
able, steadfast and loyal in man." 



Otto Porter 

ROSE HILL, MISS. 

Bachelor of Arts 

Glee Club. '14; Quartet, '14; President Y. M. C. A., 'IS; 
Delegate to Blue Ridge. 'IT; Vice-President G. L. S.. 
'17; Midsession Debater, '17; Midsession Debater's 
Medal, '17; Science Club, '17; Tennis Club, '17; As- 
sistant in English. 'IS; Instructor in Preparatory 
School, '18; Member of Mississippi Annual Conference. 

Here is a man that is one of our famous "come backs." 
Though he entered late in the year he has made good, 
and we believe he will make good everywhere he goes. 



THE BOBASHELA 




History of the Class of 21 




HE opening of the session of 1917-18 was one of unusual importance, for 
at this time the great Class of '2 1 entered Millsaps College. They were, 
as you might say, young, green, and fresh, but nevertheless soon grew accus- 
tomed to the ways of the college, and were no longer afraid of Sully's gruff 
glances or Ducky's sarcastic remarks. In the spring of this year, when the 
old campus was at its prettiest, the students of the college could be seen 
drilling on every bright afternoon. The United States had entered the war 
and the students of Millsaps were showing their patriotism by preparing 
themselves for future service. The Class of '21 was not left out in these military prac- 
tices and even the co-eds were privileged to drill. 

The scene shifts to the fall of 1918, when Millsaps College was turned topsy turvy. 
It was now a government school for the Students Army Training Corps. The old peaceful 
walks were trod by many heavy army shoes, while the campus was turned into a military 
camp. The Class of '2 I was at this time very wise and proud sophomores, forgetting the 
time when they were freshmen and not even deigning to wish to be juniors. This class 
joined with the rest of the college in the celebration of Armistice Day. Soon after this 
date the S. A. T. C. was disbanded, and the college returned to its normal activities. 

The next year slipped by, the Class of '2 I being junior, only living and hoping for 
the great and glorious time when they would be seniors. 

The Class of '21 came back to school in 1920 high and mighty seniors. This was 
the first year that Millsaps College had played intercollegiate football, and the Class of '2 I 
was very glad that this was inaugurated while the class was still an active part of the 
student body. 

After this class had received their diplomas they scattered to different parts of the 
world, their graduation being the true commencement of their lives. As they go on their 
various paths, each holds dear the memory of his alma mater and strives to be worthy of 
her teaching. 



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Officers 

Frederick J. Lotterhos President 

M.ss Joy King .... i/- o ■ i , 

J Vice-President 

John Davis Musselwhite ... c , 

Secretary 

Henry B. Collins j 

A. W. Bailey HonoT QounaL 



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Junior Class 



Ouida Crawford 
Jackson, Miss. 

President T. W. C. A., '20; Delegate to Blue Ridj 



William Purley Bales 

Jackson, Miss. 

Y. M. C. A.; Director of Athletics. 



Nellie Clark, <P M 

Jackson, Miss. 

Gills' Basketball 



Henry Bascomb Collins, // K A 

Onville, La. 

L. L. S. ; Purple and White Staff, '18, '19, '20: 
Track Team, '20. '21; Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, '20; 
Treasurer Y. M. C. A., '21; Vice-President L. L. S., 
'21; Treasurer Junior Class; Assistant Business 
Manager P. & W„ '21; Exchange Editor, '21; Lou- 
isiana Club. 



Armstead W. Bailey 

Coldwater, Miss. 

G. I.. S. : Y. M. C. A.; Preachers' League; American 
Legion; Honor Council, '21; Mid Term Debater, '21, 




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Junior Class 



Charles Ethelbert Crisler 
Jackson, Miss. 

L. L. S. ; Louisiana Club; Belhaven Club; Y. M. C. 
A.; Track, '17, '20. 



Burton C. Ford, K A 
Jackson, Miss. 



William Basil Fowler, K 1 
Ennis, Texas 

Y. M. C, A.: G. L. S. ; American Legion; Vice-Presi- 
dent Sophomore Class, '20; "M" Club; Vice-Presi- 
dent G. L. S., '20; Varsity Baseball, '19, '20; Var- 
sity Football, '20; Secretary G. L. S„ '21; Tennis 
civil); Century Club; Varsity Basketball. 'In. '20; 
Track, '19, '20; S. A. T. C, Southern Methodist 
University. 



Martin Ivy Honeycutt 

Rayville, La. 

Varsity Football, '20, '21; Varsity Basketball, '20; 
Varsity Baseball, '20; Track Team. '20; Buie Dec- 
lamation Medal, '20; Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, '21; Com- 
mencement Debater, '21; Officer G. L. S., '20, '21; 
Alpha Phi Epsilon. 



Lawrence W. Long, K A 
Satartia, Miss. 

Varsity Baseball, '20; V. M. C. A.; L. L. 



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Frederick J. Lotterhos, K A, 1' Y 

Jackson, Miss. 

All One Club; L. I.. S. ; Y. jr. C. A.; S. A. T. C. : 
President Freshman Class, '19; Triangular Debater, 
'19; Commencement Debater's Medal, '19; Bourgeois 
Medal, '20; Honor Council, '20; Tennis Manager, 
'20; Glee Club; University Debater, '20; Winner 
Tribbet Fellowship, '21; President Junior Class, '21; 
President L. L. S., '20; Assistant in English, '21; 
Emory Debater, '21; Managing Editor, Purple and 
White, '21. 



Miriam Joy King, K i 

Jackson, Miss. 

rt". C. A.; Student Volunteer Band. 



Martin L. McCormick 
Summit, Miss. 



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21; Preachers' Le 



Ada Josephine McDonnell, K A 
Jackson, Miss. 

Secretary Freshman Class, '19; Treasurer Sopho- 
more Class, '20; Secretary Science Club, '20; Secre- 
tary Pan-Hellenic Council, '21; Sponsor Basebal', 
'20; Pan-Hellenic Council, '21; Y. W. C, A.; All 



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Club. 



Mary Helen McKean, K 1 

Jackson, Miss. 

Winner of Anderson Scholarship Medal, Hendersoi 
Brown College, 'IS; Treasurer Freshman Clas 
Henderson-Brown College, '19; Winner ot Bourgeo 
Scholarship Medal, '20. 




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John Davis Musselwhite, K 1 

West, Miss. 

Varsity Baseball. '20, '21; Varsity Football. '20; Stu- 
dent Manager Athletics. '21; Athletic Council. '21; 
Secretary Junior Class. '21; Secretary Galloway Lit- 
erary Society, '21; Midsession Debater, '21; Ameri- 
can Legion, '20, '21; Assistant Instructor in Mass 
Athletics, '21; Century Club; Purple and White 
Staff, '21. 



Charlie J. Stapp 

Hazlehurst, Miss. 



Treasurer Galloway Literary Society, '20; Y. M. C. 
A. Cabinet, '20; Varsity Basketball Team, '19. 



Walter Elisha Stokes, A' A 

Macon, Miss. 

L. L. S. : Tennis Club, '20; Glee Club, '20. '21: Win- 
ner Doubles Championship, '20; Midsession Debater, 
'20; Commencement Debater, '21; Cheer Leader, '21; 
Track Team. '20; Publicity Agent, '21: Y. M. C. A. 
Cabinet. '21; Purple and White Staff, '21; Adver- 
tising Manager, '21. 



Mack B. Swearengen, K A, 1' Y 
Jackson, Miss. 

Y. M. C. A.; L. L. S. ; Midsession Debater. '21; 
Purple and White Staff, '21. 



Warren N. Ware 
Jackson, Miss. 

jacher's League; Y. M. C. A.; Masonic 



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Officers 

K. Windham President 

Miss Daley Crawford Vice-President 

Miss Ruth Thompson Secretary 



Abnev, J. B. 
Applewhite, N. E. 
Ball, Helen Payne 
Boatner, E. B. 
Brame, Elizabeth 
Brown, S. L. 
Cacle, Gladys 
Causey, Jack 
Chapman, W. O. 
Coursey, J. T. 
Crawford, Daley 
Crisler, Elizabeth 
Crisler, Josephine 
Deterly, J. A. 



Members 

Donald, S. L. 
Ellis, J. C. 
Ford, G. H. 
Fowler, W. B. 
Foxworth, Selby 
Garber, J. 1 1. 
Hines, Bertha 
Howie, KatheriNE 
Howie, E. E. 
Howorth, J. M. 
Johnston, Isabel 
Mellard, H. H. 

MUSSELWKITE, J. D. 

McCormic!<, C. L. 
McMullan, Grace 
McNeil, D. F. 
Nail, Lucile 
O'Farral, R. C. 
Padgett, C. L. 
Peatrcss, Normasteel 

RuFFIN, J. F. 

schultz, j. f. 
Scott, Cecil 
Selby, Elizabeth 



Smith, P. E. 
Steen, J. W. 
Sylverstein, R. E. 
Thompson, Ruth 
Tumlin, J. E. 
Virden, Annie 
Voicht, Marguerite 
Watkins, Leigh 
Watts, G. B. 
Wharton, C. L. 
Wharton, Rosa D. 
White, A. C. 
Wills, Elizabeth 
Windham, E. K. 



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Officers 

O. H. SCOTT President 

Miss Maxine Tull Vice-President 

D. D. Cully Secretary 



Members 



Abney, B. 
Addkison, W. E. 
Alford, L. E. 
Andrews, W. H. 
Applewhite, Rivers 
Armstronc, G. W. 
Ball, Sam 
Barbour, J. S. 
Blount, P. C. 
Booth, R. B. 
Boyd, May Nell 
Brantley, J. C. 
Brantley, G. B. 
Briscoe, Alice 
Brooks, E. W. 
Brown, E. W. 
Burrow, J. L. 
Bynum, R. A. 
Caldwell, J. Elizabeth 
Campbell, W. E. 
Campbell, J. W. 
Campbell, Eunice 
Carr, C. H. 
Carroll, Dorothy 
Carroll, N. E. 
Cassity, A. E. 
Chatoney, E. M. 
Chisholm, R. E. 



Clark, Guy 
Combs, W. W. 
corley, w. e. 
coursey, b. f. 
Craft, Anna Belle 
Cross, F. M. 
Culley, O. D. 
Deterly, W. S. 
Downing, Vircinia 
Ewing, W. 
Feibleman, H. P. 
Gant, Jamie 
Griffis, L. J. 
Hardy, J. R. 
Harris, J. B. 
Hart, P. E. 
Hebert, Guy 
Herlonc, R. C. 
Herring, Harriet 
Hester, Maye 
Hillman, J. R. 

FIOBART, MATTIE AcNES 

Howell, Louise 
Hundley, F. C. 
Hutton, J. B. 
Johnson, Hazel 
Johnson, Myrtle 
Johnston, Mal 
Jones, L. A. 
Kennedy, S. C. 
King, T. H. 
Kennington, A. S. 
Knoblock, H. H. 
Linton, G. A. 
Lott, Margerite 
Lotterhos, Ary 



Mabry, C. E. 
Macee, C. E. 
Maske, J. L. 
Maxwell, K. A. 
Middleton, J. S. 
Miller. W. L. 
Moody, Sam 
Moore, Frances 
Moore, R. H. 
Moore, J. W. 
Morse, H. M. 
Murray, J. C. 
McCartney, R. S. 
McEwen, F. W. 
Macgowan, C. 
McKeethen, C. H. 
Noblin, F. R. 
O'Briant, Evelyn 
Peevy, M. 
Picott, J. W. 
Plummer, Emily 
Power, Evelyn 
Phillips, W. S. 
Poole, D. W. 
Pyburn, D. 
Ramsey, J. E. 
Rawls, J. J. 
Ray, T. J. 
Reed, F. W. 
Reeves, R. B. 
Richardson, May 
Roberts, Cornelia 
Rouse, A. L. 
Sanderson, Kittie 
Scott, O. H. 
Scott, Evelyn 



Sharp, L. M. 
Sharp, J. Fi. 
Shearer, J. B. 
Shepherd, J. A. 
Simms, J. 

Stevens, Delta M. 
Stovall, H. A. 
Stuart, J. H. 
Sullivan, Eleanor G. 
Sutton, Alice 
Triplett, O. B. 
Tucker, Louise 
Tull, Maxine 
Tynes, H. C. 
Tynes, W. D. 
Vest, J. A. 
Waits, J. F. 
Wall, T. J. 
Walley, Cecil 
Watson 
Weeks, W. H. 
Wesley, Sherrod 
Westbrook, Mynelle 
Winstead, T. T. 
Young, H. C. 
Young, H. W. 
Gates, C. L. 
Saizau, J. L. 



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Ribers Applewhite 
Helen Payne Ball 
Mary Nell Boyd 
elizabeth brame 
Alice Briscoe 
Mattee Bullard 
Gladys Cagle 
Jane Elizabeth Caldwell 
Eunice Campeell 
Dorothy Carroll 
Nellie Clark 
Anna Belle Craft 
Ouida Crawford 
Daley Crawford 
Ann:e Crisler 
Elizabeth Crisler 
Josephine Crisler 



Roll 

Virginia Downing 
Harriet Herring 
Maye Hester 
Bertha Hines 
Mattie Agnes Hobert 
Louise Howell 
Katherine Howie 
Hazel Johnson 
Myrtle Lee Johnson 
Isabel Johnston 
Mal Johnston 
Joy King 
Belle Lindsay 
Margaret Lott 
Ary Lotterhos 
Frances Mcore 
Ada McDonnell 
Helen McKean 
Grace McMullan 
Lucile Nail 
Evelyn O'Briant 
Lurline Patton 
Normastel Peatross 
Emily Plummer 
Evalyn Power 



May Richareson 
Cornelia Roberts 
Kittie Sanderson 
Evelyn Scott 
Elizabeth Selby 
Willie Spann 
Delta McLaurin Stevens 
Eleanor Gene Sullivan 
Alice Sutton 
Ruth Thompson 
Louise Tucker 
Maxine Tull 
Annie Virden 
Marguerite Vcight 
Mynelle Westerook 
Rosa D. Wharton 
Elizabeth Wills 



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BOOK III 




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Bobashela Staff 



Brunner M. Hunt Editor-in-Chief 

MATTEE BULLARD Associate Editor 

He.ndrix A. Dawson Business Manager 

Marvin M. Black Asiktani Business Manager 

Willie Spann Literary Editor 

Leonard J. Calhoun Arl Editor 

B. B. Graves Fraternity Editor 

Lee Beverly Hebert a ass Editor 

John O. Rutleece CZufc £JlW 

Bovd C. Edwards Statistics Editor 

Austin L. Shipman Athletic Editor 

Collye W. Alford "Y" Editor 

Arlie M. West Photographer 

Andrew J. Boyles Humor Editor 



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I EDITORIAL 




Purple and White Staff 



Lee Beverly Hebert EJilor-in-Chief 

Frederick J. Lotterkos Managing Editor 

W. E. Stokes Campus Editor 

E. K. Windham Athletic Editor 

Mattee Bullard Co-ed Editor 

M. B. Swearingen Alumni Editor 

H. B. Collins Exchange Editor 

Bertha Hines Exchange Editor 

H. A. Dawson Social Editor 

Joseph M. Howorth Business Manager 

HENRY B. COLLINS Assistant Business Manager 

George B. Watts Circulation Manager 

Guy K. Hebert Assistant Circulation Manager 



Literary Council 



Mattee Bullard 
Frederick J. Lotterhos 
L. B. Hebert 
R. F. Harrell 



Henry B. Collins 
Mack B. Swearingen 
J. M. Howorth 



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Lamar Literary Society 



F. J. LOTTERHOS 



Presidents 

E. M. Ervin 
B. M. Hunt 



E. K. Windham 



Vice-Presidents 

E. M. Ervin O. G. Dawkins 

L. J. Calhoun H. B. Collins 



J. B. Abney 
M. M. Black, Jr. 
L. J. Calhoun 
H. B. Collins 

B. F. Coursey 
O. G. Dawkins 

E. M. Ervin 
L. B. Hebert 

J. M. Howorth 

F. J. Lotterhos 

C. L. Padgett 
J. B. Shearer 



Members 

W. E. Stokes 
T. J. Wall 
H. W. Young 
W. O. Chapman 
B. C. Ford 
G. A. Linton 
J. F. Watson 
J. T. Schultz 
W. L. Miller 
Sistrunk 
L. E. Alford 
E. B. Boatner 
Guy Clark 
W. E. Corley 
W. L. Day 
J. C. Ellis 
R. F. Harreli. 
G. k. Hebert 
B. M. Hunt 



J. S. MlDDLETON 

T. J. Ray 

M. B. Swearingen 

R. E. Sylverstein 

E. K. Windham 

F. M. Cross 
E. W. Brooks 
H. H. Knoblock 
N. E. Applewhite 
L. C. Corban 

W. A. Scott 
D. D. Culley 



Anniversarian 
M. M. Black, Jr. 

Anniversary Orator 
J. B. Abney 



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Alpka Phi Epsilon Literary Society 

GALLOWAY 



A. J. BOYLES 



Presidents 

H. H. Lansford 
C. W. Wesley 



J. O. RUTLEDCE 



Vice-Presidents 



M. L. McCormick 
A. W. Bailey 



M. I. HoMEYCUTT 

M. L. McCormick 



C. W. Alford 

A. J. BOYLES 
J. T. COURSEY 

S. L. Donald 
S. A. Foxworth 

M. I. HONEYCUTT 

E. D. Hutchison 

D. F. McNeil 
M. L. McCormick 
R. H. Moore 

C. C. McGee 
H. M. Morse 

D. W. Poole 



Members 

Jack Causey 

J. O. Rutledce 

C. J. Stapp 

J. H. Sharp 

C. C. Thompson 

C. W. Wesley 

W. N. Ware. 

J. W. Moore 

A. W. Bailey 

Ernest Brown 

J. W. Campbell 

H. A. Dawson 

W. B. Fowler 

R. T. Hollincsworth 

E. A. King 



J. D. MUSSELWHITE 

J. T. Maske 
H. H. Mellard 
H. H. Lansford 
W. S. Phillips 
J. J. Rawls 
L. B. Roberts 
L. M. Sharp 
John Simms 
C. L. Wharton 
A. M. West 
H. W. Younc 
J. F. Waits 



Anniversarian 
E. A. King 

Anniversary Orator 
R. T. Hollincsworth 



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Intercollegiate Speakers 

B. M. Hunt M.l.O.A. 

L. B. Hebert, A. M. West University Debate 

E. K. Windham, B. M. Hunt A. and M. Debate 

C. C. Thompson, H. H. Lansford Mississippi College Debate 

F. J. Lotterhos, E. A. King Emory Debate 

H. A. Dawson, J. F. Watson Birmingham-Southern Debate 

Inter-Society Debaters 

Freshman Debate 
Ernest Brown and R. H. Moore vs. J. B. Shearer and T. J. Wall 

Midsession Debate 
A. W. Bailey and J. D. Musselwhite vs. M. B. Swearincen and J. C. Ellis 

Commencement Debate 
M. I. HONEYCUTT AND M. L. McCoRMICK Vs. L. J. CaLHOUN AND W. E. STOKES 



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Young Men s Christian Association 
Officers 

C. W. Alford President L. B. Hebert Secretary 

A. M. West Vice-President H. B. Collins Treasurer 

Chairman of Committees 

J. B. Harris Self Help 

E. M. Ervin Membership 

R. F. Harrell Social 

J. O. RuTLEDCE Finance 

M. M. Black Publicity 



B. M. Hunt Devotional 

O. G. Dawkins Bible Study 

E. O. Baird Mission Study 

W. E. Stokes Social Service 

F. J. LoTTERHOS Forum 



Dr. J. M. Sullivan 



Faculty Committee 

Prof. A. P. Hamilton 



Prof. M. C. White 



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OLLEGE night is an unusual event, held under the direction of the Y. M. 
C. A. and celebrated by the students on the Friday evening following the 
opening of school. This occasion holds an important place in the minds of 
the students, because it gives the old and the new students, as well as the 
alumni, a chance to become acquainted in an informal manner. The fresh- 
men are given their first glimpse of college life and are welcomed into its 
activities by talks from a representative of the Purple and White staff, 
Bobashela staff, Athletic Council, Honor Council, literary societies, Ameri- 
can Legion, Y. M. C. A., and Y. W. C. A. Since many of the new students are not 
familiar with the nature of these organizations, they are afforded an opportunity early in 
their college life to acquaint themselves with the work. This meeting arouses much en- 
thusiasm among the old students, as it brings back memories of other years and compares 
them with prospects for the new. 

Entertaining features, consisting of music and stunts, comprise a part of the program, 
and the climax is reached in college songs and yells. The social hour that follows is by 
no means a small part of the evening's pleasure, for it is here that each knows the other 
as his fellow student. This is one of the most enjoyeble occasions of the year, for it 
never fails to give expression to the true Millsaps spirit. 



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Blue Ridge 

MONG the many valuable features of the Y. M. C. A. is the opportunity 
to attend the Southern Students' Conference, which convenes in Blue Ridge, 
N. C, every summer. 

The conference grounds are situated in a cluster of mountains where 
the fresh breezes are laden with the odor of mountain flowers and the scenery 
of distant hills and golden sunsets is grand beyond description. 

Fifteen Millsaps students and two professors attended that conference 
last summer. On their way they passed through the French Broad River 
valley where the waterfalls and towering hills gave their first hint of the place to which 
they were going. 

After reaching Blue Ridge these men became famous mountain hikers, hearing the 
message that nature has for those who go to the woods where "no tears dim the sweet 
look that nature wears." Some of these men continued to take part in this outdoor life 
in the athletic games and contests in which three of our men won honors. 

There was amid this beauty of nature and enjoyment, a voice to the hundreds of 
students as they associated together and entered the services calling them to a higher life of 
unselfish service to humanity. The program was carefully planned to a regular schedule. 
The work consists of class work each morning in which the student could select the subject 
he wished. Such subjects as "The Social Principles of Jesus," "Negro Life in the 
South," "Missions," etc., were studied. The instructcrs were men picked from the various 
colleges and universities. 

One hour each day was given to public meetings, where there was heard some of the 
world's greatest men and best speakers. These were hours of inspiration when students, 
teachers, ministers, statesmen, and missionaries were gathered in one great body with one 
great purpose, to know the man of Galilee and carry His spirit to others. 

Mass singing and college yells were enjoyed in the dining hall, and in the Robert E. 
Lee Hall one whole evening was given on stunt night for the demonstration of college 
spirit. In the singing program the Millsaps quartet was often called on for a "peppy" 
number. 

It has been said that no student can attend the Blue Ridge conference and then be 
the same person again. If he really lives in that atmosphere he will be, he must be, a 
bigger, better man. 



"Blue Ridge, with the mountains encircling, 
And the valley that lies between; 

The sun in his glorious splendor, 
Bathing all in a golden sheen. 



"Blue Ridge, with its fun and its laughter. 
With its days and nights of delight; 

Where the voices of children sound sweeter. 
And the dim eyes of age grow more bright. 



"Blue Ridge, with its splendid endeavor, 
With its spirit and high, holy light; 

O help us, Great Master in heaven, 

To go forth and stand for the right." 



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Young Women s Christian Association 



Miss Ruth Thompson 
Miss Daley Crawford 



Miss Joy King Religious 

Miss Lurline Patton Program 

Miss Daley Crawford .... Membership 

Miss Evalyn Power Finance 

Miss Josephine Crisler Library 



Officers 

. . President Miss OuiDA CRAWFORD Secretary 

Vice-PresiJenl Miss Evalyn Power Treasurer 

Chairman of Committees 

Miss Lucile Nail House Keeping 

Miss Annie Virden . . . House Furnishing 

Miss Normastel Peatross Social 

Miss Elizibeth Brame Publicity 

Miss Daley Crawford 

UnJergraJuate Representative 



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Student Volunteer Band 



E. O. Baird 



Miss Ouida Crawford 

Miss Joy King 



Charlie McGee 

Miss Lucile Nail 

W. S. Phillips 

W. N. Ware 



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A. W. Bailey 
E. O. Baird 

A. J. Boyles 
W. L. Day 
J. C. Ellis 

R. T. HOLLINGSWORTH 

B. M. Hunt 



E. A. King 

M. L. McCormick 
H. M. Morse 

F. L. Applewhite 
W. S. Phillips 
O. H. Scott 

J. H. Sharp 



L. M. Sharp 
C. C. Thompson 
J. E. Tumlin 
W. N. Ware 
J. F. Watson 
C. W. Wesley 
Otto Porter 



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Members 

Hendrix Avera Dawson 
L. B. Roberts J. M. Howorth 



W. E. Stokes 
S. G. Noble 
A. J. Boyles 
A. L. Shipman 

J. O. RUTLEDGE 

H. H. Lansford 

J. D. MUSSELWHITE 



O. G. Dawkins 

A. W. Bailey 
W. B. Fowler 

J. C. Ellis 



A. M. West 
J. B. Shearer 
L. B. Hebert 



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Honor Council 



Officers 

Brunner M. Hunt Chairman 

Andrew J. Boyles Vice-Chairman 

Miss Mattee Bullard Secretary 

Members 

Brunner M. Hunt College-at-Large 

Miss Mattee Bullard College-at-Large 

A. J. BoYLES Senior Class 

C. W. Alford Senior Class 

W. A. Bailey Junior Class 

E. O. Baird Sophomore Class 

J. W. Campbell Freshman Class 



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OLY gee," mutleied Red, without stopping. "Whalta peach." Slowly the big car neared 
him, the voice of the gay crowd growing louder and more bois'erous with every yard. 

"Sweet mamma, he breathed almost reverently as it drew nigh upon him. "bonder 
if she'll be at the dance," and this last was his natural thought, for Red Williams was a 
jelly bean and had been gliding down the street with that strange gait known only to 
the species, a queer cross belween a walk and a dance. 

Now of all the lower order of beings, the jelly-bean is the most misunderstood and 
the most harmless. He is, to begin with, the most creased and spotless, but nevertheless 
apologizing every minute for his shoddy personal appearance. Though ordinarily pos- 
sessed with a remarkably small amount of' "book sense, the make-up of the jelly-bean 
does not necessarily exclude learning. Education, howe' er is a luxury hardly desir- 
able, since society requires only that one be versed in the vernacular of the day and "handle 
Next in order of importance is dancing. There is as much chance to bribe St. Peter 
at the gate as there is to be a jelly-bean without being able to obey the impulses inspired by the wailings 
of a syncopated orchestra. The finishing touch and mark of recognition is lh:s: down the exact center 
of his head runs a white part. Just such a person as this was Red, who progressed that August afternoon 
down Capital Street, the main business thoroughfare of Jackson, Mississippi. 

Reaching the Post Office he leaned his sloping shoulders against a lamp-post, lit a cigarette, and thus 
easily posed, fell into a reverie about the fair vision who had just that second passed him at the wheel 
of a powerful motor. 

What a profile as she passed! How he did love those little turned-up noses! And those big brown 
eyes, like a deer s, he thought. Oh Daddy! Didn t that hat show off her bobbed hair! Where was 
she from? Would she — ? 

"Whonk, whank, came the sharp horn of another car. 

"Come on, Red, called a cooing voice, and his mental operations snapped like a twig. As he looked 
around a crowd was pulling up to the curb to pick him up. Needless to say, Red piled in on the back seal. 
"What's the matter, son, kidded fellow jelly, "gone to sleep on that post? 

"Has some visitor for the dance chloroformed you?" joined a girl of the party. "John Roberts is 
absolutely cracked about this Babe Wright f'rom Delia. And so is Nolan and William and Tom and 
everybody else, and the funny thing about it is she hasn't been here more than two hours and none of 
them have met her. They just know who she is because some traveling man at the hotel told them, and 
they knew because he sold goods to her father's plantation store and had seen her there at the place. 
I'm so scared I won t have a good time at the dance tonight that I'm almost petrified. Bess and I were 
just talking about we didn't believe we would go. Weren't we, Bess? 

What Bess said Red never knew. Immediately after flapper number one had spilled her fund of 

information. Red remembered he had very important business down town, and leaving the parly too 

abruptly to be polite, he hastened back down the street to the hotel, to find this all-wise traveling man. 

"What's Red mooning about?" asked one of ihe bunch that he had left. "Do you suppose he's 

seen this bob-haired chicken and fallen for her like the rest?" 

'I hope he has, put in Bess Walker. "It would serve him right. Going around here bragging 
about never having fallen for anybody, it would do him good for some vamp like her to string him as 
high as a kite and then let him dangle. You know how he did Mildred, don't you." 

Yes, answered several together. Bess continued, "He went to see her for a while and fed her this 
line about her being the only girl in the world, and such stuff as that, and just when she began believing 
him and got to where she would break dates with other boys for him, he tells her that he had just been 
joking all along and asked her if she had really believed him." 

"Somebody will hand him a cold deal some of these days. Just you watch," was the rather unmeaning 
comment of 1 another. 

Before more was said Robert, who was driving and saying remarkably little, decided to end the ride, 
and without further ceremony, for jelly-beans do not tolerate formality, he took the two girls to their 
respective homes in the same block, and turned the nose of the car toward the city. 
"Where are we going now?" asked his pal indifferently. 
"To the hotel," was the short response. 

In the meantime Red had had little luck. He had received no promise of an introduction before 
the dance, he could find no assurance of getting a dale with her, he did not even learn who it was she 



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was visiting. When Robert walked into the lobby on the same mission he found already congregated 
nearly the entire stock of Jackson boys. But they did not stay congregated long for each realized that 
in such a crowd nothing could be done, and each one was frank to admit that it was not a charity 
affair, and just what information anyone got belonged solely to himself, to use in any way for his 
advancement in the court of this brown-eyed queen. In this frame of mind they had all left the hotel 
in a short while to dress for that eventful dance. 

II 

To thoroughly understand this story, to know just what I mean by a Delta vamp, it is necessary to 
know just a little about the delta of the Yazoo River. 

To begin with, it is a new country, or at least only lately developed, and the land in that section grows 
the finest cotton in the world. Even the fine staples of India and Egypt do not compare with it, and 
the planters who raise it grow suddenly wealthy practically overnight. When the price of cotton advances 
one cent the delta goes wild with joy. When it drops a few cents, it goes broke. Consequently in this 
land of the newly rich, of cotton gamblers, of headlong plungers and life long regretters, there has grown 
up a spirit of recklessness and worldliness that is unequaled anywhere in America. A man wealthy 
one day may be poor the next. If he makes a large sum of money easily he plunges it all right away 
into some wild venture and either becomes a millionaire or not only loses his gain but his house and 
home, the very clothes on his back. The influence of such changing fortune, such plunging, such riotous 
living, is clearly marked in every level of society there. 

From under such influence came Helen Wright, alias Babe, and it was because of this that all of 
the many things that had happened to the sleepy society of Jackson, her visit was the most like that of 
a whirlwind, gathering first all obstacles into its vortex, and then casting them aside, broken and unrec- 
ognizable. 

So it was that Babe Wright happened in Jackson that day, not as a visitor to any home but in an 
automobile party, her mother chaperoning, which was to go back on the next day a hundred miles through 
the country, after resting a few hours at the hotel. 

The time when she first burst in on the floor at the Elks ball room will be a moment long remembered 
in the annals of Jackson jazz. Arrayed in a daring costume of black, dazzling with jetbeads, she came 
into the hall at almost a run, and pausing for just a moment barely inside, shook her bobbed ha:r and 
made the classic remark: "I feel like the last day of a misfit life. And a line of boys the entire length 
of the hall formed to meet her, hungrily waiting for any kind soul who might introduce them, to do so. 

Needless to say Babe Wright got a crush, and a big one, in which Red Williams played no little 
part. He, having always been rather a successful manipulator of social puzzles, had managed to be one 
of her earliest new acquaintances, and although he was unable to make a date with her for an inter- 
mission, when he perhaps might be able to talk with better results, had, nevertheless, secured two breaks, 
in which he thought he could accomplish something. 

In the first of these no-breaks Red thought he was doing very well, and Babe had not a shadow of a 
doubt that she was succeeding nobly. She was a vamp "par excellence," and changed her mode of 
attack with each change of subject. Her conversation with Red was in part as follows: 

"Well, I'm back again. Babe. Think I'll move to the Delta. 

"Why move to the Delta, Red? Can I call you Red? I feel like we are such unusually good friends 
already, and then I'm just crazy about red-headed people anyhow." 

"Now don't kid me, Sugar, III believe every word you say." 

"Do you really. Red? I'm so glad you do. So many people think I'm insincere, but you know I'm 
telling you the truth. You're so big and strong and I feel so safe when I'm dancing with you, cause 
I'm so little, and 1 just couldn't be insincere to you, could I?" 

Silence reigned for several moments, while Red groped in mental daikness after Babe had hurled this 
bomb into his supply of thought. 

"What's the matter? Did I hurt your feelings, Red?" Red sucked in his breath. 

"No," he gulped at last, helplessly. He had at last met his match, and the music ended mercifully 
just in time to keep him from going into a complete trance. He had swallowed it hcok, line and sinker. 

Red's next no-break was the same, only this time it came in double doses. He t.od on air, walked in a 
rosy haze, as the poet says. O Boy! Think of being high man with such a dame as that one. And 
that last, long look she gave him out of those soft brown eyes when she said, "Red, I've had such a good 
time. You've been so good to me. Good night. Red. Think of me sometimes, will you? 

"Would he? Ye gods! Was he a man of stone? Red felt as if his victory had been complete, 
and that night he slept the glorious, satisfying sleep of the innocent. 

Ill 
The next morning Red rose late, still in his rosy dream. He was unable to choke down any breakfast 
at all, and walked the mile from his house to town in actual preference to riding. All morning he 



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walked the streets, purposely avoiding any company whatever, in hopes of seeing just once more this 
priceless jewel of perfection. 

O kindly fates! At or about one o'clock her party had parlaken of a small repast and leaving the 
hotel had piled into the car for the homeward trip. Red on his regular rounds espied them and rushed 
up for his last farewell. And Babe (O how good it is to live, he thought) had evidenced the same 
pleasure at seeing him that he did at seeing her. And in this grand rush of goodbyes, a little to one side, 
she squeezed his hand and said, "Red, you're the grandest man. Won't you write to me?" 

Poor Red, half stunned, looked up and they had gone before he could sufficiently gather himself to- 
gether to answer. 

Red did write, that very night, a long, touching masterpiece of many folders. And O, how sweet 
is love! Before three days' time he had an answer. It began thusly: "My great big red-headed caveman," 
and ended with a flourish just as eloquent and inspired. 1 he letter consisted of one long elaboration of 
the thought that all she wanted to make her perfectly happy was to see h:m once more. Red multered a 
solemn ditto. 

It never rains but it pours. The very next day he got an invitation from the Midnight Club to a 
dance, requesting that he bring any lady. How admirably that suited him. 

Late that afternoon he walked to the telephone. 

"Give me Long Distance, he bawled. 

"Long Distance, hello, Long Distance! Is that Long Distance? Hello, Sugar, listen, I want to talk 
to Miss Helen Wright of Clarksdale. You know who I am. Yes, that s right. Well, charge it to our 
phone, and try to get her before morning. All right. Much obliged. The number? O, yes, 2640. 
Well ta, ta, goodbye!" 

A long half hour he waited, impatiently, in the hall. Then the bell rang long and luslily. He sprang 
at the receiver and yelled, "Hello. 

First he looked puzzled, then angry. "What, he said. "No, this is not the Charity Hospital," and 
banged the receiver on the hook. 

Ten minutes later the phone rang again. This time he answered more cheerfully. 

"Hello! Hello! Wha— wha— WHAT?" His face was a study. 

"What you say? New Orleans? Married? What! When, you say? Yesterday?" 

The receiver dropped from his hand. Slowly he walked out of the front dcor. As he did so, two 
girls rode by in a car. They were Bess and Mildred. 

"Hello, Red!" they called. 

Red answered not, but strolled miserably out on the lawn, and the summer sen, setting in a riot of 
color, cast a long, lone, much drooping shadow across the yard. He had been strung in good fashion." 

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Alpha Pi Sigma 

Members 



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J. O. RUTLEDGE 
A. J. BOYLES 

W. N. Ware 
C. W. Wesley 
Charlie McCormick 
W. C. Edwards 
E. K. Windham 



E. D. Hutchison 
C. C. Sullivan 
A. W. Bailey 
A. M. West 

J. M. HOWORTH 

J. E. Turner 

M. L. McCormick 



J. C. Ellis 
M. T. Honeycutt 
H. A. Dawson 
L. B. Rcberts 
L. B. Hebert 
O. G. Dawkins 
J. L. Maske 



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Scott-Newton County Club 

Members 

J. M. HOWORTH 

F. R. Noblin 

A. J. BOYLES 

O. B. Triplett 

J. L. Maske 

F. M. Cross 

J. W. Moore 

J. B. Abney 

B. F. Coursey 

J. T. Coursey 

W. N. Ware 



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Louisiana Club 

Members 

M. M. Black 
S. L. Brown 
H. B. Collins 

C. E. Crisler 
A. D. Cassitty 
W. O. Chapman 
R. F. Harrell 
G. K. Hebert 

L. B. Hebert 
M. I. Hunnicutt 

J. S. MlDDLETON 

D. W. Pool 
H. W. Younc 

Miss Ruth Thompson, Miss Alice Sutto> 



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Capitol City Club 



Miss Elizabeth Wills 
Miss Normasteel Peatross 
Miss Lucile Nail 

C. E. Crisler 

Miss Cornelia Roberts 
Miss Anne Virden 
Miss Nellie Clark 
Miss Bertha Hines 
H. P. Feibleman 

D. F. McNeil 
J. W. Steen 

E. E. Howie 

Miss Elizabeth Crisler 
A. S. Kennington 
Miss Frances Moore 
J. A. Deterly 
Miss Gladys Cagle 



Members 

Miss Grace McMullan 

Miss Marguerite Voight 

W. A. Scott 

L. W. Long 

Miss Ada Mcdonnell 

Miss Harriet Herri <c 

W. S. Deterly 

Miss Mattie Hobert 

R. S. McCarty 

Miss Isabel Johnston 

Miss Ouida Crawford 

Miss Virginia Downing 

Miss Rosa D. Wharton 

M. B. Swearingen 

Miss Helen Ball 

C. C. Sullivan 

M. M. Black 



L. J. Calhoun 

Miss Eleanor Gene Sullivan 

N. E. Applewhite 

J. H. Garber 

Miss Mattie Bullard 

Miss Joy King 

B. C. Edwards 

E. B. Boatner 

Miss Rivers Applewhite 

H. A. Stovall 

Miss Willie Spann 

Miss Lurline Patton 

Miss Belle Lindsay 

Miss Evelyn Powers 

Miss Elizabeth Wills 

H. H. Knoblock 

Miss Emily Plummer 



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Meridian Club 



Members 



J. T. COURSEY 

I I. M. Daniels 

K.. A. Maxwell 

W. W. Combs 



T. T. WlNSTEAD 

B. B. Graves 
Jewell Picott 
J. E. Ramsey 



J. B. Woods S. L. Brown 

Crandall Beaver 

C. Hundly 



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Sponsors and Maids of Honor 



Miss Mary Elizabeth Weeks, West, Miss. 
Sponsor of Football Team 



Miss Mildred Maccowan, Jackson, Miss. 

Maid of Honor of Foolball Team 



Miss Alva Alexander, Monirose, Miss. 
Sponsor of Tracfy Team 



Miss Lillian Heffner, Holly Ridge, Miss. 

Maid of Honor of Tracfy Team 



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Sponsors and Maids of Honor 



Miss Delta McLaurin Stevens, Brandon, Miss. 
Sponsor of Basketball Team 

Miss Bertha Hines, Jackson, Miss. 
Sponsor of Baseball Team 



Miss Ruth Corlev, Lumberton, Miss. 
MaiJ, of Honor of Basketball Team 

Miss KaTHERINE Howie, Jackson, Miss. 
Maid of Honor of Baseball Team 



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Athletic Council 



Lee Beverly Hebert President Athletic Association 

HENDRIX A. Dawson Vice-President Athletic Association 

BRUNNER M. Hunt Secretary Athletic Association 

W. P. Bales Athletic Director 

Dr. D. M. Key, Faculty Chairman of Athletics 
John Davis Musselwhite . Student Manager of Athletics 

Walter E. Stokes Assistant Manager Baseball 

J. Thomas CoURSEY Assistant Manager Basketball and Tennis 

Osmund G. DawkINS Assistant Manager Trac\ 

E. K. WlNDHAM Assistant Manager Football 



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Dr. Key has been our faculty director 
of athletics for four years. During that 
time he has won the admiration and highest 
respect of the student body by his efficient 
management. Clean athletics is his motto, 
and while he is at the helm we can be 
sure that Millsaps athletics will always be 
on the level. 



We know what Coach Bales can do 
and has done, and the student body be- 
lieves in him. He has been on the campus 
for two years, and his friendly, congenial 
manner has won him a host of friends. 



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Coach Carpenter, better known as 
"Beby," was always on his job. His 
knowledge of football was of the highest 
standard. He was soul and body for each 
and every one of the squad. His motto 
was "fight, fight, and fight hard." 



The student body showed good judg- 
ment in selecting for this important position 
of student manager John Davis Mussel- 
white. He has shown himself thoroughly 
capable in the supervision of the various 
branches of athletics. 



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Athletics 




HE arrival of Millsaps in the football world was not heralded 
by any brilliant success on the gridiron, but no such thing 
was expected as this was our first year and the majority of 
the team was raw material. At the end of the season there 
was a marked improvement in the work of the team and 
as we expect practically all of this year's varsity back we 
feel that next year, under the capable management of Coach 
Bales, we will be able to make a much better success on 
the gridiron. We had a very good schedule, including Mississippi College, 
Howard, and Springhill, and we hope to play these teams next year on a 
more even basis. 

We are now facing our basketball season and believe that it will prove 
to be a very successful one. Coach Bales has rounded into shape a quin- 
tette that we think will be hard to beat. Much interest is being shown in 
basketball and there is much competition for places on the team. 

Looking over the material now on the campus we feel sure that we 
will put out a creditable baseball team and we hope once more to be able 
to carry away Mississippi College's goat. 

Track is coming to occupy a larger place in athletics at Millsaps and 
we are planning this year to take part in S. I. A. A. track as in other 
sports. 

Under the supervision of Coach Bales all freshmen are required to 
take two hours of athletics each week. This is a new event in the freshman 
life at Millsaps. We feel that besides developing them physically this 
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Quiet — but you know what a dynamo 
is like. Believes that actions speak louder 
than words, and acts accordingly. "Ship" 
has a good head on him, which means that 
his opponents have to work, work, work, 
or get left. 



We knew that Stokes, when elected 
baseball manager, would throw himself 
wholeheartedly into the work, and we 
were not disappointed, as is evidenced by 
the good schedule he has arranged. 



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Coursey certainly made it worth while 
for the men to make the basketball team 
for he has worked up one of the best 
schedules the team has had for a number 
of years. And don't forget he is a crack 
tennis man, too. 



We believe that it would have been im- 
possible to get a better man for track man- 
ager than Dawkins. He is enthusiastic 
over anything connected with track, and 
has done more than anyone else to arouse 
interest in this branch of athletics. 



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COLLEGE FOOTBALL 



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BASKETBALL TEAM 



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Track T< 



F. M. Cross 
O. G. Dawkins 
J. W. Pigott 

J. W. SlSTRUNK 

L. B. Hebert 



Members 

D. W. Poole 

J. W. MlDDLETON 

E. W. Brown 
A. L. Rouse 
L. E. Alford 
J. C. Simms 



T. T. WlNSTEAD 

H. B. Collins 
B. F. Coursey 
J. E. Ramsev 



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TENNIS CLUB 



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CO-ED BASKETBALL TEAM 



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FOOTBALL VIEWS 



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As tke Vote Was Cast 

Favorite Study: Whiz Bang. 

Type of Girl Preferred: It lies between blond and brunette. 

Type of Boy Preferred: Tall brunette. 

Most Practical Man: "Dad" Tumlin. 

Most Popular Girl: Ada McDonnell. 

Most Modest Girl: Helen McKean. 

College Jelly-Bean: Jack Causey. 

Handsomest Man: R. A. Bynum ahead of O. H. Scott. 

College Vamp: Elizabeth and "Nell" in close race. 

Best Student: Frederick J. Lotterhos. 

Best Athlete: Arthur L. Rouse. 

Wisest Man: B. M. Hunt, F. J. Lotterhos close second. 

Most Popular Man: B. B. Graves. 

Grouchiest Man: Morse ties Carr. 

Most Pious Man: Collye Alford. 

Biggest Bore: Bobby. 

Most Bashful Man: Beaman Triplett. 

Busiest Man: H. A. Dawson. 

Biggest Tobacco Bummer : Freshman Shearer. 

Freshest Freshman: Jamie Gant. 

Who Has Done Most for Millsaps: Ike, the presser; Stokes leads 

students. 
Best All-Round College Man: L. B. Herbert. 
Favorite Occupation: "Bulling." 
Reasons for Coming to Millsaps : To keep from milking the cows ; because 

of ignorance; the best college in the state. 



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All One Club 



J. T. CoURSEY 

Miss Daley Crawford 

L. B. Hebert 

B. M. Hunt 

Miss Bertha Hines 



Members 

Miss Isabel Johnston 
F. J. Lotterhos 
Miss Ada McDonnell 
Miss Helen McKean 



Miss Grace McMullan 
Miss Willie Spann 
m. b. swearingen 
Miss Annie Virden 
C. L. Wharton 



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Pan-Hellenic Council 

Kappa Alpha Robert F. Harrell 

Kappa Alpha Walter E. Stokes 

Kappa Sigma Bascomb B. Graves 

Kappa Sigma Brunner M. Hunt 

Pi Kappa Alpha Austin L. Shipman 

Pi Kappa Alpha WlLLIAM L. Day 

Kappa Delta Mattee BullaRD 

Kappa Delia Ada McDoNNEL 

Phi Mu Willie Spann 

Phi Mu LURLINE PATTON 



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K 



appa Alpha 



Colors: Crimson and Old Gold F lower : Magnolia and Red Rose 

Founded al Washington and Lee University, 1865 

Publication : "Kappa Alpha Journal" 

Active Chapters 

Alpha Washington and Lee 

Comma University of Georgia 

Delia Wofford College 

Epsilon Emory University 

Zela Randolph-Macon 

Eta Richmond College 

Theta Stale University of Kentucky 

Kappa Mercer 

Lambda University of Virginia 

Nu Alabama Polytechnic Institute 

Xi Southwestern University 

Omicron University of Texas 

Pi University of Tennessee 

Sigma Davidson 

Upsilon University of North Carolina 

Chi Vanderbilt 

Psi Tulane 

Omega Centre College 

Alpha Alpha Sewanee 

Alpha Beta University of Alabama 

Alpha Comma Louisiana State University 

Alpha Delta William Jewel College 

Alpha Zeta William and Mary 

Alpha Eta Westminster 

Alpha Theta Transylvania 

Alpha Kappa University of Missouri 

Alpha Lambda Johns Hopkins 

Alpha Mu Millsaps College 

Alpha Nu George Washington University 

Alpha Xi University of California 

Alpha Omega University of Arkansas 

Alpha Pi Leland Stanford 

Alpha Rho University of West Virginia 

Alpha Sigma Georgia Tech 

Alpha Tau Hampden Sidney 

Alpha Phi Trinity 

Alpha Omega North Carolina Slate 

Beta Alpha Missouri School of Mines 

Beta Beta Bethany 

Beta Comma College of Charleston 

Beta Delta Georgetown 

Beta Epsilon Delaware 

Beta Zeta University of Florida 

Beta Eta University of Oklahoma 

Beta Theta Washington University 

Beta Iota Drury 

Beta Kappa . . Maryland Slate College 

Beta Lambda Southern Methodist University 

Beta Mu St. Johns College 

Beta Nu Oglethorpe University 

Beta Xi Oklahoma A. & M. 



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J. Reese Lin 



Mavrant Adams 
J. T. Calhoun 
Welling Cole 
I. C. Enochs 
Curtis Green 
G. S. Hamilton 
Wilkes Henry 

F. L. Mayes 
Percy Mims 
John McLean 
W. H. Phillips 
Wiler Potter 
H. M. Quin. Jr. 
M. Robertson 
R. L. Sanders 

J. P. Smith 
H. Thompson 
J. Vardaman 
H. V. Watkins 

G. Q. Whitfield 



Kappa Alpha 

FRATREb IN FACULTATE 
A. P. Hamilton 

Fratres in Urbe 



M. C. White 



Isham Beard 
A. B. Campbell 
Sam Cook 

E. N. Floyd 
L. N. Gaddis 
W. H. Hilzim 
J. Heidleburc 
Luther Manship 
W. B. Moore 
Dr. McDill 

D. G. Phelps 
A. R. Peebles 
G. W. Rembert 
Ramsey Roberts 
N. Stewart 

F. M. Taylor 
H. C. Tye 

J. K. Vardaman 
W. H. Watkins 
Ed Yercer 



Webster M. Buie 
Yerger Clifton 
Richard Dobbyns 
A. W. Fridce 
Floyd Gaddis 
A. Y. Harper 
R. G. Kennincton 
C. W. May 
G. H. Moore 
Oscar Newton 
G. B. Power 
Dunlap Peebles 
S. V. Robertson 
Ted Robin 
T. P. Sparks 
J. A. Teat 
W. R. Smith 
S. R. Whitten 
J. G. Watkins 
Wirt Yercer 



Terral Brome 
P. L. Clifton 
E. J. Ellzey 
G. W. Green 
Hugh Gillespie 
George Hamilton 
L. L. Mayes 
George May 
Niles Mosely 
S. W. Newell 
Chalmers Potter 
J. H. Phenix 
J. W. Robertson 
J. W. Sanders 
G. C. Swearinge.n 
G. L. Teat 
Bernue Smith 
A. F. Watkins, Jr. 
C. Williamson 
G. S. Patton 



Robert F. Harrell 



Burton C. Ford 
Lawrence W. Long 



R. Carter O'Ferrall 



Alpha Mu Chapter 
Fratres in Collegio 

Class of 1921 
Leonard J. Calhoun 

Class of 1922 
Walter E. Stokes 

Class of 1923 
Norman E. Applewhite 



Marvin M. Black 



Frederick J. Lotterhos 
Mack B. Swearincen 



Hubbard C. Tyne 



*Nolan E. Carroll 
William E. Campbell 
James W. Campbell 
William D. Tynes 

'Pledge. 



Class of 1924 
*Paui. C. Blount 
Charles H. Carr 
O. Beaman Triplett 



A. E. Cassity 
Gus Ford 

*Ch.arles Maccowan 
George W. Armstrong 



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K 



appa 



Sig 



ma 



Founded at University of Bologna, MOO 



Colo 



Scarlet, Emerald and White 



Flower: Lily-of-the-Valley 



Founded at University of Virginia, 1867 
Publications : "The Caduceus" and "Star and Crescent" 

Active Chapters 



Psi University of Maine 

Alpha Rho Bowdoin 

Beta Kappa New Hampshire 

Gamma Epsilon Dartmouth 

Camma Pi Mass. Tech. 

Alpha Epsilon . University of Pennsylvania 

Beta Iota Lehigh 

Camma Iota Syracuse University 

Beta Delta ... Washington and Jefferson 
Alpha Delta . . . Pennsylvania State College 
Camma Phi .... West Virginia University 

Eta Kandolph-Macon 

Nu William and Mary 

Alpha Eta George Washington 

Delta Davidson 

Alpha Ma . . . University of North Carolina 

Beta Upsilon N. C. E. and E. 

Alpha Beta Mercer 

Beta Eta Auburn 

Camma L. S. U. 

Alpha Upsilon Millsaps 

Lambda University of Tennessee 

Omega Sewanee 

Alpha Sigma Ohio State 

Camma Xi Denison 

Alpha Camma .... University of Illinois 

Alpha Pi Wabash 

Beta Epsilon .... University of Wisconsin 
Camma Beta .... University of Chicago 

Beta Rho University of Iowa 

Alpha Omega William Jewell 

Beta Sigma .... Washington University 

Xi University of Arkansas 

Camma Psi Oklahoma A. and M. 

Tau University of Texas 

Beta Omega Colorado College 

Camma Tau .... University of Colorado 

Beta Xi University of California 

Beta Psi .... University of Washington 
Camma Thela .... University of Idaho 
Camma Sigma . Oregon Agricultural College 

Beta Tau Baker University 

Camma Omicron . . University of Kansas 

Camma Omega . . University of Pittsburg 



Alpha Lambda University of Vermont 

Beta Alpha Brown University 

Camma Delia Mass. Agr. College 

Camma Eta Harvard 

Pi Swarthmore 

Alpha Kappa Cornell 

Camma Zeta New York University 

Camma Upsilon Rutgers 

Alpha Phi Bucknell 

Beta Pi Dickinson 

Zeta University of Virginia 

Mu Washington and Lee 

Upsilon Hampden Sidney 

Beta Beta Richmond 

Eta Prime Trinity 

Alpha Nu Wofford 

Beta University of Alabama 

Alpha Tau Georgia Tech 

Beta Lambda .... University of Georgia 

Sigma Tulane 

Kappa Vanderbilt 

Phi S. P. U. 

Beta Nu University of Kentucky 

Beta Phi Case School 

Chi Purdue 

Alpha Zeta .... University of Michigan 

Alpha Chi Lake Forest 

Beta Thela University of Indiana 

Beta Mu University of Minnesota 

Camma Lambda .... Iowa State College 
Beta Camma .... University of Missouri 
Beta Chi .... Missouri School of Mines 
Camma Kappa . . . University of Oklahoma 

Iota Southwestern University 

Beta Omicron .... University of Denver 
Camma Camma . Colorado School of Mines 

Beta Zeta Leland Stanford 

Camma Rho University of Arizona 

Camma Alpha .... University of Oregon 

Camma Mu Washington Slate 

Alpha Psi University of Nebraska 

Camma Nu Wasburn 

Camma Chi . . . Kansas State Agr. College 



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Kappa Sigma 



Fratres in Facultate 

George Lott Harrell John Lambuth Ferguson 

Fratres in Urbe 



C. A. Alexander 
J. A. Baker 
T. H. Bingham 
L. Evans 
A. A. Green, Jr. 
Edgar Gunninc 
H. G. Johnson 
W. H. Lewis 
H. F. Magee 
Eucine Morse 
A. M. Owen 
J. S. Rhodes 
Fulton Thompson 
Hub Harris 
Wilbur Oliphant 
Ed Stiles 
S. C. Cole 



Brunner M. Hunt 



Charles C. Thompson 



Esker K. Windham 



Spencer L. Brown 
*D. D. Culley 



C. Waterhouse 
J. A. Alexander 
Waldo Bailey 

LONCSTREET CaVETT 

E. H. Galloway 
W. M. Green 
W. S. Hamilton 
Sam Johnson 
J. H. Morris 
Clyde McGee 
J. N. McLean 

R. B. RlCKETTS 

Sidney Robinson 
J. M. Thornton 
Carter Sterling 
C. C. Sullivan 
J. R. Bryant, Jr. 
J. F. Robinson 

Alpha Upsilon Chapter 
Fratres in Collegio 

Class of 1921 
Bascom B. Graves 
*H. A. Dawson 

Class of 1922 
Caruthers C. Sullivan 
W. Basil Fowler 

Class of 1923 
Simmons L. Donald 
Jack Causey 

Class of 1924 
* Arthur L. Rouse 
*John E. Ramsey 



J. M. Alexander 
Grady Butler 
W. T. Davis 
A. W. Garraway 

F. E. GUNTER 

J. G. Johnson 
Wilton Johnson 
Jerry Montgomery 
H. B. McGee 
A. M. Nelson, Jr. 

J. B. RlCKETTS 

J. T. Robinson 
N. B. Langford 
S. E. Morse 
C. G. Ventress 
Horace L. Villee 

G. W. HUDDLESTON 



Boyd C. Edwards 



John Davis Musselwhite 



H. McDonald Morse 



*Russei.l A. Bynum 
*R. B. Reeves 



♦Pledged. 



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Pi K 



appa Alpha 



Colors : Garnet and Gold 



Founded at University of Virginia, 



Publication : "The Shield and Diamond 



Active Chapters 



Flower: Lily-of-the- Valley 



Alpha Alpha 
Alpha Delta . 
Alpha Zeta . 
Alpha Iota 
Alpha Lambda 
Alpha Xi . . 
Alpha Pi . . 
Alpha Sigma 
Alpha Upsilon 
Alpha Chi 
Alpha Omega . 



Alpha University of Virginia 

Beta Davidson 

Gamma William and Mary 

Delta Southern University 

Zeta University of Tennessee 

Eta Tulane 

Theta . Southwestern Presbyterian University 

Iota Hampden-Sidney 

Kappa Transylvania 

Omicron Richmond 

Pi Washington and Lee 

Tao University of North Carolina 

Upsilon . . . Alabama Polytechnic Institute 

North Georgia, Agr. College Omega 

Trinity 

Georgia Tech 

University of Arkansas 

Millsaps 

Georgetown 

. University of Cincinnati 

Howard 

. University of California 

. New York University 

. Syracuse University 

. Kansas State Agr. College 

B< 

Be 



Alpha Gamma . 

Alpha Epsilon . 

Alpha Eta . . . 

Alpha Kappa . 

Alpha Nu . . . 

Alpha Omicron 

Alpha Rho . . . 

Alpha Tan . . 

Alpha Phi . . . 

Alpha Psi . . . 

Beta Alpha . . . 
Beta .... University of Washington 
Gamma University of Kansas 



Kentucky Slate University 
Louisiana State University 

. . . . N. C. A. & M. 

. Florida Stale 

Missouri School of Mines 

. University of Missouri 

Southwestern 

. Ohio State University 

. University of Utah 

Iowa State University 

Rutgers 

Pennsylvania Stale College 



a Delta . . University of New M?xico 

a Epsilon Western Reserve University 

Zeta Southern Methodist University 

a Eta University of Illinois 

a Theta Cornell 

a lota Beloit College 

Kappa Emory University 

a Lambda .... Washington University 

a Mu University of Texas 

a Nu .... Oregon Agricultural College 

a Xi University of Wisconsin 

a Omicron . . . University of Oklahoma 



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PI KAPPA ALPHA 



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Pi K 



appa 



Alpki 



Stuart G. Noble 



Fratres in Facultate 

Dewey S. Dearman 



Michael C. Huntley 



W. B. Murrah 
C. W. Crisler 
John Vittle 
J. F. Flint 
G. W. Lester 
Paul Bellencer 



Fratres in Urbe 

Edwin Jones 
L. W. Reed 
O. B. Taylor 

KlRBY SWINNEY 

J. T. Murrah 
J. W. Crisler 
W. H. Hill 



E. B. Cooper 
John Green 
C. H. Miller 
John Lyle 
Frank T. Scott 
L. H. Jackson 



Lee Berverly Hebert 



Alpha Iota Chapter 
Fratres in Collegio 

Class of 1921 

H. H. Lansford 
Austin L. Shipman 



William L. Day 



Class of 1922 
Henry B. Collins John B. Harris 



Lawrence C. Corban 
J. F. Ruffin 
Prentiss E. Smith 
George B. Watts 
*R. E. Syl^erstein 

O. H. Scott 
T. H. King 



'Pledged. 



Class of 1923 
H. H. Mellard 
Rodolph Dossett 
Joseph M. Howorth 
Leigh Watkins 

Class of 1924 
*George H. Brantley 
Guy Hebert 
Sam Ball 



B. S. Ruffin 
Charles L. Wharton 
E. Burke Boatner 
Frank Reed 
*L. J. Griffis 

J. A. Vest 
*Jamis Gant 



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umor 



Senior: "Why slaughter the elephants in Africa when there is so much ivory in the Freshman Class?" 
Freshman: "I-?-?-?-?" 

* * * 

Heberl: "Say, can you give a reason why board is so high and then we rarely ever get any meal 
to eat at the dormitory?" 

Ellis: "Oh yes, it costs money these days even to read about meat, you bet your bottom dollar. Just a 
short while ago the original manuscript of Lamb's essay on "Roast Pig ' sold for $12,600. 

It is hard to convince a fre;hman that it is belter to have loved and lost after he has balanced his 

b.-.nk account. 

* * * 

Prof. Lin: "What happened to Babylon?" 
Poole: "It fell." 

Prof.: "What happened to Tyre?" 
Poole: "It was punctured." 

* # * 

Dr. Watkins meets his daughter on way to main building — "Hello, my daughter, how is you father 
today ?" 

"Cheer ud, Rawls, don't worry about that girl. Remember there s o'her fish in the sea." 
Rawls: "Yes, but the last one look all my bail." 

* * * 
Musselwhite to Joe Abney: "Say, Joe, we have women voters now." 

Joe: "Yes, and these short skirts make a lot of women look like liltle girls." 
Musselwhite: "That's right, you got to be careful who you try to pat on the head." 

Miss : "I hate to think of my twentieth birthday. 

Lansford: "Please don't bring up the past." 

* * * 

Windham: "Was she violent when you asked her to be your bride? 
Fish: "Was she? Great scott, 1 thought she would squeeze me to death! 

Sharp: "I thought you had Chemistry last year." 
Hollingsworth: "I did, but Sully encored me." 

* * * 

Hunt in Caesar Class: "What did Caesar exclaim when Brutus stabbed him?" 
Freshman Gant: "Ouch." 

* # # 

In Education I: "Why will a man lake a university course to be a farmer? 
Coursey: "To aid him in arguing with his mules." 

* * * 

Bronco in Math: "But goodness gracious, your analysis of that problem has such a hollow ring." 
Freshie: "Yes, doctor; that's the result of speaking with such an empty stomach." 

In Sociology Class: "What animal makes the nearest approach to man?" 
Leigh Watkins: "The cootie." 

* * * 

Freshman Winstead to little boy: "Do you ever peep through the key hole when I am sitting in the 
parlor with your sister?" 

Small Brother (with a burst of laughter) : "Sometimes, when mother ain't there looking." 

Red Carr: "Are you good at your work? I am very particular about the way my hair is cut." 
Dad: "Well, I'm reckoned fairly decent, but if you like 111 do one side of your head first so that 
you can look for yourself." 

Joe Abney: "I don't see why Dr. Watkins don't have some steam in these inspirators." 

* * * 
Dr. Mitchell: "How do you make V equal X?" 

Ellis: "I don't know. If I did I wouldn't be broke so often." 



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KAPPA DELTA SORORITY 



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Kappa Delta 



Founded at Virginia Slate Normal Female College, 1897 

Colors: Olive Green and While Flower: White Rose 

Publication: "Angelos" 



Mrs. Jack Greaves 

Mrs. Forrest Cooper 

Miss Julia Mae Von Seutter 

Miss Ella Lee 

Miss Alice Lewis 

Mrs. V. B. Hathorne 

Miss Jane Williams 

Miss Mattie Withers 



SORORES IN LJRBE 



Miss 


Sarah Graves 


Miss 


Daisy Rogers 


Miss 


Delia Graves 


Mrs. 


Barret Jones 


Miss 


Elizabeth Manship 


Miss 


Mary Shurlds 


Miss 


Katherine Harris 


Mrs. 


Willard Harding 


Miss 


Henrietta Skinner 


Mrs. 


Herbert Owens 


Miss 


Josephine Lewis 


Miss 


Ottie Branstetter 


Mrs. 


Harwell Davis 


Miss 


Ida Harris 


Miss 


Fannie Buck 


Miss 


Mae Downinc 


Miss 


Ruth Reed 







Mu Chapter 

SORORES IN COLLEGIO 



Class of 1921 



Miss Mattee Bullard 



Miss Annie Crisler 



Miss Miriam Joy King 



Class of 1922 
Miss Ada McDonnell 



Class of 1923 
Miss Ruth Thompson Miss Katherine Howie 

Miss Rosena Dunbar Wharton 

Class of 1924 
Miss Emily Plummer 
'Miss Mae Hart Richardson 
Miss Anna Belle Craft 



Miss Marceret Lott 
Miss Harriet Herring 
Miss Evalyn Power 
Miss Mynelle Westbrook 



Miss Helen McKean 



Miss Helen Payne Ball 
Miss Daley Crawford 

Miss M.vxine Tull 
Miss Virginia Downing 
*Miss Louisa Tucker 
*Miss Florence Jones 



f Pledn 



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PHI MU SORORITY 



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Colors : Rose 



Pki Mu 



Founded at Wesleyan College in 1852 
Publication : "Aglaia" 

SORORES IN URBE 



Miss Ruth Alford 

Miss Gladys Alford 

Miss Catherine Bailey 

Mrs. Mary B. Clark 

Miss Ione Green 

Miss Sallie Belle Furtfifld 



Flower: Rose Carnation 



Miss Clara Virginia Hartfield Miss Maude Wys Kennedy 
Miss Rebecca Hartfield Miss Crawford Swe/rincen 

Miss Margaret Green Miss Fannie Virden 

Miss Clara Bauer Johnson Miss Olive Watkins 
Miss Elsie Moore Miss Marceret Watkins 

Miss Elizabeth Watkins 



Epsilon Chapter 

SORORES IN COLLEGIO 
Class of 1921 



Miss Willie Spann 



Mies Lurline Patton 



Miss Elizabeth Crisler 
Miss Normastel Peatross 

Miss Rivers Applewhite 
Miss Mal Johnston 
Miss Ary Lotterhos 



Class of 1922 
Miss Nellie Clark 

Class of 1923 
Miss Elizaeeth Wills 

Class of 1924 
Miss Eleanor Gene Sullivan 
Miss Evelyn O'Briant 
Miss Alice Briscoe 
Miss Eunice Campbell 



Miss Isabel Johnston 
Miss Annie Virden 

Miss Cornelia Roberts 
Miss Mary Nell Boyd 
Miss Frances Moore 



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SIGMA UPSILON 



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Sigma Upsilon 



Kit Kat Chapter 

L. B. Hebert F. J. Lotterhos 

B. M. Hunt H. A. Dawson 

L. J. Calhoun M. B. Swearingen 

Faculty Members 

Dr. S. G. Noble J. L. Fercuson 

M. C. Huntley M. C. White 

Fraternity Roll 

Sopherim Sewanee 

Calumet Vanderbilt 

0sir ' s Randolph-Macon 

Senior Round Table University of Georgia 

Odd Number Club University of North Carolina 

Boar's Head Transylvania 

Scribblers University of Mississippi 

Kit Kat Millsaps 

Scarabs University of Texas 

Scribes University of North Carolina 

Coffee House Emory University 

Fortnightly Trinity 

^" ,c University of Alabama 

Crub Street University of Washington 

Cordon-Hope William and Mary 

Blue Pencil Davidson College 

S P rinx Hampden Sidney 

Ye Tabard Inn University of Oregon 



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MASONIC CLUB 



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M 



asonic 



Club 



Members 

O. H. Scott 
Jim Sharp 
A. J. Boyles 

F. J. LOTTERHOS 

O. G. Dawkins 
C. W. Wesley 
J. R. Hardy 
\V. P. Bales 

J. R. HlLLMAN 

R. T. HOLLINCSWORTH 

W. N. Ware 
J. F. Watson 
Otto Porter 
M. M. McGowan 



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Humor 

Prof. Lin in History: "Mr. Watkins, why are you so proud that you live in a large 
country?" 

Leight: "Because I would have more room to retreat when the enemy invaded us." 

Hambone: "The three hardest things in the world to do are: 

"First, to make a speech. 

"Second, to climb a rail leaning toward me. 

"Third, to court a girl leaning from me." 

¥ H- ¥ 

Dr. Sullivan and Prof. Harrel on way to town. — Car trouble. 
Prof. Harrell: "Say, Sully, we have it now." 
Prof. Sullivan: "What? Red, what do you mean?" 
Prof. Harrell: "Perpetual motion — I can't step her." 

After Ray had completed his new course in the alphabet under Windham's instruc- 
tion, he was heard to ask if Adam was the first man. 
Bailey: "Yes, why?" 

Ray: "Didn't he have any upperclassmen?" 
Bailey: "Why no, of course not." 
Ray (still rubbing where Windham had been) : "But I know he was a lucky guy." 

In Chemistry Class: "Now, young gentlemen, in what combination is gold most quickly 
released?" 

W. N. Ware: "Marriage." * * * 

John Rutledge practicing scripture for the Y. M. C. A. meeting: "Much words 
maketh a joyful noise." * * * 

DISCUSSING ECONOMICS 

Ouida Crawford: "Right now there are four thousand avocations open to women." 

Bailey: "What are they?" 

Ouida: "One of them is marriage, another is — is — dear me, I — I have forgotten the 
others." * ^ * 

Sully in Zoology: "Where do bugs go in winter?" 
Shorty Baird: "Search me." „ „ 

Hambone in German class: "Miss Crawford, please parse 'kiss'." 
Miss Daley: "A kiss is a noun used as a conjunction, more common than proper, never 
declined, used in the plural with 'we.' 

DEDICATED TO HASH 
Tell me not in mournful numbers, 
That we meet again today. 
All the scraps we left on Sunday, 
In hash we eat today. 

¥ ¥ Y 

Ada: "Fess up now, B., that you boys like talkative girls as well as you do others." 
B.: "What others?" 



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Senior Class 



John R. Bower 

Tultviler, Mississippi 
Prentiss Literary Society. 



A. B. Chapman 

Raymond, Mississippi 
Prentiss Literary Society; Hi Y; Football, '21. 



James Jefferson Dillard 

Roundaaay, Mississippi 

Secretary Prentiss Literary Society, '20; Football, 
'20; Treasurer Athletic Association, '21; Present 
Business Manager P. & W., '21; Reporter Hi Y., '21. 



Carey P. Dodds 

Tutailcr, Mississippi 
rentiss Literary Society. 



George Augustus Gandy 

Sanford, Mississippi 

Baseball. '19-'21; President Prentiss Literary So- 
eiety, '20-'21; Secretary and Treasurer Athletic As- 
sociation. '2ll; President Hi Y. '21; Acndemv Editor 
Bobashela, '21; Reporter P. & \v. '21; Manager 
Football, '21; Basketball, '21. 



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ffiiBiiiiei(fe^^fr^)M 



Senior Class 
J. F. Garst 

Silver City, Mississippi 
Trentiss Liteiary Society; Football, '21. 



Henry Harrison Jennings 

Tutwiler, Mississippi 
Prentiss Literary Society; Glee Club, '21. 

Hugh Godwin 

Jaclfson, Mississippi 
Prentiss Li:eraiy Society. 

Quinnie McCormick 

Summit, Mississippi 
Glee Club. '21; Football, '21; Basketball, '21. 

James Middleton 

Jackson, Mississippi 

Paul Morris 

Dance)), Alabama 



Chester F. Nelson 

Crenshaw, Mississippi 

Baseball, '19; Manager Baseball, '20; Capt. Bas- 
ketball. '20; Captain Football, '20-'21; President 
Athletic Association, '20; Vice-President '21; Win- 
ner Athletic Medal. '20; Sergeant-at-Arms, P. L. S., 
'20-'21; President B. D., '21; Baseball, '21; Basket- 
ball. '21; Hi Y. 



Ralph Stevens Thompson 

Bogue Chitlo, Mississippi 

Cheer Leader, '21; Glee Club, '21; Prentiss Literal 
Society. 




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Junior Class 

Soyles, Chester 
Benson, Bates 

Chalfant, B. E. 
Craft, H. A. 

Harold, W. O. 

Daniels, Hugh 

Godwin, Hugh 

Virden, Frank 

Thompson, R. S. 

Sutton, C. C. 

Gowdy, W. P. 

Ganes, G. W. 

Lynch. J. E. 

Thompson, R. W. 

Dukes, D. M. 

Bush, R. 



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Sophs 




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Newton, Jere 
Hammett, B. M. 
Davis, L. H. 
Armstrong, W. E. 



Sophomore Class 

Members 

Hammett, M. E. 
Beaver, Crandell 
Yerger, Henry 
Ligon, Jack 



Woods, J. B. 
Pucket, W. A. 
Collins, Joe 
Stevens, Joe 



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Guild, George 



Freshman Class 

Members 

Lecette, E. 
Parker, Alton 



Griffis, A. O. 



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Ministers 1 League 

D. M. Dukes President 

I. H. Ball ) 

CHESTER Boyles j Program Committee 

B. Benson Secretary and Treasurer 

V. E. Chalfant 

R. H. Thompson 

— Carter Vice-President 



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Hi Y Club 

Officers 

George Gandy President 

W. B. Hooker ; Vice- President 

B. Benson Secretary 

J. J. Dillard Reporter 

Members 

J. B. Woods D. M. Dukes R. Thompson 

Joe Stevens G. Guild Paul Morris 

R. S. Thompson George Gandy R. H. Benson 

Yerger B. Benson I. H. Ball 

E. Legette Frank Virden C. F. Nelson 

Joe Collins L. H. Davis Jack Ligon 

R. Bush R. W. Thomson W. B. Hooker 

A. B. Chapman W. E. Armstrong J. J. Dillard 



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mm -■: feS ' - * 

Prentiss Literary Society 
Officers 

FIRST TERM 

George Candy . . . - President 

W. B. HOOKER Vice-President 

C. K. Smith Secretary 

B. Benson Treasurer 

D. M. Dukes Chaplain 

Joe Collins critic 

V. C. Reynolds Sergeant-at-Arms 

SECOND TERM 
V. E. Chalfant President 

R - Bui > H Vice-President 

J. J. OVERSTREET Secretary 

FRED Garst Treasurer 

J. W. Allen Chaplain 

A. O. Griffis Critic 

C. F. Nelson Sergeant-at-Armt 



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Who s Who and Why 

Favorite Study English 

Type of girl preferred Brunette 

Most practical man George Gandy 

Ugliest man Ralph Thompson 

Jelly bean C. L. Bruister 

Handsomest man J- J- Overstreet 

Wisest man B. Benson 

Most popular man "Leaf River" Griffis 

Grouchiest man R. Bush 

Most pious man B. Benson 

Most conceited man Joe Stevens 

Biggest bore I. H. B. 

Most bashful man R. Benson 

Busiest man I. H. Ball 

Best student Fred Garst 

Biggest tobacco bummer Jug B. Woods 

Best athlete "Chick" Nelson 

Freshest freshman Henry Yerger 

Who has done most for Millsaps "Pardner Beens" 

Best all-round man George Gandy 

Favorite Occupation Dodging Dewey 

Reasons for coming to Millsaps Got lost 



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r ^- iwi ■■ - mm jt ^s^u* 

» jmJHifl ik _T i>-r_ : ' . „; JK — JL _t_ ^flH 

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# Is it* 

i~&_ -..,,.; ■ 'i ' ' — ^ 

Athletic Council 

V. C. Reynolds President Athletic Association 

C. F. Nelson Vice-Presidmt Athletic Association 

J. J. Dillard Treasurer 

J. B. Woods Secretary 

George Gandy Manager Football Team 




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FOOTBALL TEAM 



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BASKETBALL TEAM 



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BASEBALL TEAM 



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Your Clothes Count Most 




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Jackson, Mississippi 



THE BOBASHELA 




The Emporium 

Successors to 

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Corner Capitol and Congress Streets 



Jackson's Greatest Store 

Agents for 

Manhattan Shirts 
Stetson Hats 

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You'll see the highest types of suits here because they are So- 
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A great selection of snappy styles for men and young men. 



THE BOBASHELA 





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You won't have to buy clothes so often. 

Even when they begin to get old, good clothes 
look better than new clothes cheaply made. A 
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thing about prices. 

Stratford Clothes 

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them to be the best. 

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Capital $200,000.00 

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Designated Depository of the United States, State of Mississippi 
and the City of Jackson 

OFFICERS 
Thad B. Lampton, President Amos R. Johnston, Vice President 

W. M. Buie, Vice President Edward W. Freeman, Vice President 

W. C. Allen, Assistant Cashier 

DIRECTORS 

Ben Hart W. E. Guild W. B. Jones 

James A. Alexander J. C. McGee W. M. Buie 

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Hot and Cold Drinks, Kodak Sup- 
plies. 

Prescription Work Our Special- 
ty. We have filled prescriptions for 
Millsaps boys for twenty-nine 
years. Have your physician leave 
your prescriptions with us. 

Simmons & MeGee 

The Old Reliable Prescription 
DRUGGISTS 

Phones Nos. 1498, 1490 

THE REXALL STORE 

(Successors to Hunter & McGee) 



CHAMBERS 

OFFICE SUPPLY 

COMPANY 

Jackson, Mississippi 
"Everything for the Office" 

Exclusive Agency 

L. C. SMITH & BROTHERS 
TYPEWRITER 

All makes machines bought, sold, 
rented or repaired. Any old ma 
chine taken in trade for L. C. 
Smith & Bros. Typewriter. 




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Boys, Patronize 

Millsaps Book 
Store 

Pennants, Stationery, Cold 

Drinks, Cakes, Athletic Goods 

and Books 

WE SAVE YOU MONEY 



PANTAZE CAFE 



JACKSON'S PRIDE 



BEST IN THE CITY 



Baptist Book Store 

Books, Stationery, Office 
Supplies 



Cor. President and Capitol 

Phone 2703 
JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI 



Tucker 
Printing House 

JACKSON, MISS. 

Engravers of 

Wedding Announcements 

Crests, Cards, etc. 



Kodaks 

and 

Developing 

EYRICH & CO. 



Eatmor Bread Eatmor Bread 



ACME BAKERY 
COMPANY 

North Farish 
Jackson, M sn-sippi 



All Kinds of 



rapnic 
HOLLENSBE 

JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI 



Jewelry, Diamonds, Watches 

and Expert Watch 

Repairing 

The Gift Shop 

JOHN C. CARTER 

JEWELER 

JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI 




Our 1921 Annuals 

Vanderbilt University, University of Alabama, Virginia Military Institute, 
University of South Carolina, Louisiana State University, University of Ken- 
tucky, Marion Institute, The Citadel, Virginia Polytechnic Institute, Mercer 
University, Transylvania College, Judson College, North Carolina College for 
Women, Wesleyan College, Gulfport Military Academy, Furman University, 
Sewanee Military Academy, Tennessee College, Greensboro College for 
Women, Converse College, Birmingham-Southern College, Kentucky College 
for Women, Meridian College, Lynchburg College, Central College, Woman's 
College (Due West, S. C), Woman's College (Montgomery, Ala), George- 
town College, Millsaps College, Wofford College, Martha Washington Col- 
lege, Bessie Tift College, Maryville College, Bellhaven College, Elizabeth 
College, Coker College, Louisiana College, Blue Mountain College, Ouachita 
College, Presbyterian College, Elon College, Mississippi Woman's College, 
Roanoke College, Tusculum College, Anderson College, Henderson-Brown 
College, ^mthrop Normal and Industrial College, Westhampton College, 
Hendrix College, Kentucky Wesleyan College, Stonewall Jackson College, 
Hillman College, Porter Military Academy, Chatham Training School, Fas- 
sifern School, Ashland High School, Middlesboro High School, Maryville 
Lligh School, Ramer High School, Dublin High School, Wilmington High 
School, Centenary College. 

' College Annual Headquarters" 



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CRESCENT BILLIARD 


HALL 


CIGARS, TOBACCO 




AND 




SMOKING SUPPLIES 




SOFT DRINKS 




New Millsaps Building Telephone 391 



CORR-WILLIAMS TOBACCO CO. 


Sole Distributors of 


the Following High-Grade Cigars 


LA FRUTA 


EL ASPECTO 


SALOME 


OSMUNDO 


JOHN SCOTT 


PIMA LUCIA 



Drink 

Carbonated 




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Five Cents 
in Bottles 



Jackson Coca-Cola Bottling Co. 

Jackson, Mississippi 



HOTEL 


THE EDWARDS 

Jackson, Mississippi 
John L. Ware, Manager 






CAFE 


THE 


EDWARDS HOUSE CO., 


Proprietors 



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STETSON HATS 
EMERY SHIRTS 



STACY-ADAMS SHOES 
FAULTLESS PAJAMAS 



B. KUPPENHEIMER CLOTHES 



Are Sold Exclusively in Jackson by 



DOWNING-LOCKE COMPANY 

CAPITOL AT FARISH 



NECKWEAR 
GLOVES 



UNDERWEAR 
RALSTON SHOES 



COMPLETE HOUSE FURNISHINGS 

Write or Come to See Us 

TAYLOR FURNITURE CO. 

109 South State Street Jackson, Mississippi 



When Clothes Are Dirty Ring Seven Thirty 

JACKSON STEAM LAUNDRY 

Cleaning, Pressing 
ana Dyeing 

Telephone 730 See Our Agent 



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Millsaps College 

JACKSON, MISS. 

Millsaps College Offers Courses Leading to two 
Collegiate Degrees, A.B. and B.S. 

Ample provision is also made for those who are 
not candidates for any degree. 



Millsaps Academy 

JACKSON, MISS. 

An excellent Preparatory School, under sepa- 
rate management, with strong faculty, prepares for 
entrance to any college. 

For Catalogue or Further Information, Address 
A. F. WATKINS, President 



"ANYTHING IN FLOWERS" 

Decorating and Designing by Experts 

Capitol Floral Co. 

Jackson, Mississippi 

Cut Flowers — Pot Flowers in 
Season 

Texas Building Postoffice Box 313 

Out-of-Town Orders 
Specialized 

Day Phone 511, N : gnt Phone 287 



Sam Raines 

BUTCHER AND LIVE STOCK DEALER 

New Cold Storage 

Cor. President and Pearl 

Phones 57-701 

Cor. Capitol and Gallatin 

Phone 749 

100 Capitol St., Phone 54 
Abbatoir 317 Jackson, Miss. 





FOR YOUR CIGARS, TOBACCOS, 


FRUITS AND 






COLD DRINKS 








CALL ON 








MITCHELL DICKSON, 


Groceries 






C. C. Mitchell, Manager 




One 


Block West of Campus 


Phone 


1117 



Watkins & 


w 


atkins 


Attorneys and 


Cou 


NSELORS 




At Law 




Watkins-Easter 


ling 


Bldg. 



Dr. E. H. Galloway 

PRACTICE LIMITED TO 

SURGERY 

Century Building 

Telephones 
Office 597 Residence 628 



STANDARD ICE 
CREAM COMPANY 

412-414 West Capitol St. 

Jackson, Miss. 

'Make the Best Ice Cream i 
Mississippi" 



Dr. Nolan Stewart 

College 

Physician 

Office in City Hall 
Phone 578