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COPYRIGHT 

1929 

R. W. FOWLER 
W. B. DRIBBEN 




























The 

BOBASHELA 



1929 






PRESENTED BY THE 
SENIOR CLASS 

OF 

MILLSAPS COLLEGE 

JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI 






























Volume XXIII 




























Dedication 



ONE who has proved himself the highest type of 
scholar and gentleman; who in his unassuming 
manner has always done his work thoroughly and 
has accomplished much; whose attitude toward the 
students has ever been broadminded and impartial; 
one for whose influence and friendship we are 
indeed grateful — to this man, 

PROF. A. Q SANDERS 

with the greatest admiration and respect this 

volume of the 

Bobashela is dedicated. 



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HOREWORD 



Within these pages we have 
attempted to chronicle ac- 
curately and interestingly the 
year of '29 at Millsaps, en- 
deavored not only to give a 
mere record of events but to 
preserve something of the at- 
mosphere, traditions, and in- 
spirations of the Alma Mater. 
We have labored long and 
tediously and have given our 
best. But, if in future years, 
when our youth and laughter 
are of the past, a perusal of 
this volume should stir again 
the golden dust of cherished 
memories . . . then, it 
will have served its 
purpose well. 


















CONTENTS 



Book One 
THE COLLEGE 

Book Two 
THE CLASSES 



Book Three 
ORGANIZATIONS 

Book Four 
ATHLETICS 

Book Five 
FEATURES 














Alma Mater 

Alma Mater, dear old Millsaps, 
Loyal sons are we; 
Our fond hearts are thine alone 
And evermore shall be. 



Proud art thou in classic beauty 
Of thy noble past. 

With thy watchword, Honor, Duty, 
Thy high fame shall last. 

Every student, man and maiden. 
Swell the glad refrain, 
'Til the breezes, music laden. 
Waft it back again. 

Proud art thou in classic beauty 
Of thy noble past, 
With thy watchword, Honor, Duty, 
Thy high fame shall last. 




©ook One 



GOLLEGE 




Dr. D. M. Key, A.M., Ph.D., LL.D. 

President 



ADMINISTRATION 













Dr. J. M. Sullivan, A.M., Ph.D. 

Senior Member of the Faculty 
Professor of Chemistry and Geology 

A.B., Central College; A.M., Vanderbilt 

University; Ph.D., Vanderbilt University; 

Delta Tau Delta. 



Professor G. L. Harrell, B.S., M.S. 

Registrar of the College 
Professor of Pliysics and Astronomy 

B.S., Millsaps College; M.S. Millsaps Col- 
lege; Kappa Sigma. 






Faculty 



Professor J. Reese Lin t , B.A., M.A. 

Secretary of the College 
Professor of Philosophy and History 

A.B., Emory College; M.A., Vanderbilt 

University; Kappa Alpha; Alpha Phi Epsi- 

lon. 



Dr. P. E. Mitchell, A.M., Ph.D. 

Dean of Men 
Professor of Mathematics 

A.B., Scarritt-Morrisville; A.M., Vanderbilt 
University; Ph.D., Columbia University; 
Alpha Tan Omega; Omicron Delta Kappa. 














Professor M. C. White, A.B., A.M. 

Professor of English 

A I!, Southern University; A.M., Harvard 

University; Kappa Alpha; Sigma Upsilon ; 

Omicron Delta Kappa; Alpha Phi Epsilon ; 

Alpha Psi Omega. 



Professor A. G. Sanders., A.B., A.M. 

Professor of Romance Languages 

A.B.. Southwestern; A.B., Yale University; 
A.B., University of Oxford; A.M., Univer- 
sity of Oxford ; Sigma Upsilon ; Alpha Phi 
Epsilon. 





Dr. A. P. Hamilton-, A.M., Ph.D. 

Professor of Ancient Languages 

A.B,, Southern University; A.M., University 
of Pennsylvania; Ph.D., University of Penn- 
sylvania; Kappa Alpha; Omicron Delta 
Kappa. 



Professor G. W. Huddleston, A.B., 
A.M., Litt.D. 

Associate Professor of Ancient Lanejuatjes 

A.B., Hiwassee College; A.M., Hiwassee 
College; Litt.D., Millsaps College. 














Faculty 
Professor C. F. Nesbitt, A. P., P. D. 

Professor of Religious Education 
A.H , Wofford College ; B.D., Emory University. 

Professor G. C. Hooker, A.B., B.E., A.M. 

Professor of Education 
A.B., University of Colorado; H.E., University of Colorado; A.M., University of Colorado. 

Professor R. H. Moore, A. P., A.M. 

Associate Professor of History 

A.B., Millsaps College; A.M., Millsaps College; Alpha Phi Epsilon ; Alpha Psi Omega; Sigm; 
Upsilon; Omicron Delta Kappa. 








Faculty 



Professor B. O. Van Hook, A.B., M.A. 

Associate Professor of Mathematics 
A.B., Millsaps College; M.A., Vanderbilt University; Kappa Sigma. 

Professor T. K. MacDonell, B.S., M.S. 

Associate Professor of Biology 
B.S ., Emory University; M.S., Emory University; Marine Biological Laboratory; Chi Phi. 

Professor H. C. Blackwell, B.A., M.A. 

Associate Professor of Religious Education 

B.A., Emory University; M.A., Duke University; Candler School of Theology of Emory Uni- 
versity; Tau Kappa Alpha. 












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Miss Magnolia C. Simpson, A.B., A.M. 

Instructor in English and Latin 
A.B., Millsaps College; AM., University of Pennsylvania. 

Professor Grady Tarbutton, B.S. 

Assistant Professor of Chemistry 
B.S., Millsaps College; University of Iowa. 

Mrs. W. O. Brumfield, A.B. 

Instructor in Spanish 
A.B., Cumberland University. 

Mrs. J. T. Calhoun, A.B., B.S. 

Assistant Professor of Education 
A B., Mississippi State College for Women; B.S., Columbia University. 
















Facult 



y 



Mrs. L. B. Roberts, A.B., A.M. 

Assistant Professor in English 
A.B., University of South Carolina ; A.M., University of South Carolina. 

Miss Elizabeth Craig, A.B. 

Dean of Women 
Instructor in French 

A.B., Barnard College; Columbia University. 

Professor N. C. Young, B.S. 

Assistant Professor in English 
B.S., Millsaps College; University of Wisconsin. 

Mrs. M. B. Clark, A.B. 

Librarian and Private Instructor 
A.B. Millsaps College; Phi Mil. 

















Wheeless 
Ladner 

LOCKETT 



Gainey 
Harrell 
holloway 



Reid 
Kurts Finch 

Bettersworth Lyon 



Reves 
Calhoun 
Bishop 



Facultv Assistants 



George Reves 



L. L. Wheeless 



Mathematics 

W. E. Lyon W. O. Harrell 

Chemistry 

Nellie Gray Finch A. K. Doss H. W. Calhoun 

Religious Ed u cat ion 

AuniE Bishop 

History Education 

Ruth Gainey John K. Bettersworth Aetna Mills Hollow ay Geo. T. Kurts 

Biology 

Lee K Reid 

Library 

Irene Brei.ano Reaburn Casburn C. E. Lockett E. W. Haining 

Carlton Mounger 
Bursar's Office 
H. A. Ladner T. A. Gilbert 

Registrar's Office President's Office 

Sar-mi Shanks William E. Barksdale 



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Leon L. Wheeless 
b.s. 

PORT GIBSON", MISS. 

Freshman Debater; President G. L. S. (2, 3, 4); 
Inter-Collegiate Debater (2, 3, 4) ; House Govern- 
ing Board (2) ; Blue Ridge Delegate (3, 4) ; Vice 
President "Y" (3); President Sophomore Class; 
"Y" Cabinet (2) ; Student Assistant (3, 4) ; Stu- 
dent Executive Board (3. 4); President Student 
Body (4) ; President "Y" (4) ; President Omicron 
Delta Kappa (4) ; President Eta Sigma (4) ; Ath- 
letic Association Council (3); Secretary Debate 
Council (4) ; Editor Student Handbook (4) ; All- 
One Club; "Most Intellectual" (4); Alpha Phi 
Epsilon. 



Elizabeth Teat, K J 
B.S. 

JACKSON', MISS. 

Ole Miss (1); Freshman Commission (2). 



Woodson Kenneth Jones, & K A" 
B.S. 

INDIANOLA, MISS. 

Buie Declamation (1) ; Freshman Debater; G. L. S. 



Josephine Crisler Wixgfield 
B.A. 

JACKSON, MISS. 

Freshman Commission; "Y" Cabinet (2); Student 
Assistant (4). 



Frederic McElroy Graham 
B.J. 

MERIDIAN, MISS. 




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J. Sexton McManus, 77 K A 
B.S. 

HAZELHURST, MISS. 

Freshman Football; Football (2, 3, 4); Captain 
Football (4); Basketball (2, 3); Frashman Base- 
ball; President Junior Class; Y Cabinet (2, 3); 
Vice-President Athletic Association (3); President 
Athletic Association (4) ; Vice-President Student 
Body (3); Baseball Manager (2); Vice-President 
Sophomore Class; G. L. S.; Student Governing 
Board (3) ; All-State Center Football (3, 4) ; Chair- 
man Feild Co-Operative Association (2, 3, 4) ; 



Elizabeth Hilliard Parsons 
B..I. 

JACKSON, MISS. 



George Jhomas Kurts, © K N 
B.S. 

JACKSON, MISS. 

Captain Freshman Football; Baseball (2, 3); Var 

sity Football (3); Glee Club (3, 4); Band (3) 

Student Assistant (4) ; Manager Book Store (3 
All-One Club; Honor Graduate. 



E. J. Lockhart, Jr 
B.S. 

JACKSON", MISS. 

A. and M. (1, 2, 3) ; Band (1 



Herbert Daniel Carmichael 
B.S. 

BRAXTON, MISS. 

G L. S. ; Student Executive Board (3) ; Band ( 

3, 4); Band Manager (2); Band President (3 

Band Secretary (4); Golf Club; Football (4 

Track (2, 4). 











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George Everett Reves, f) K N 
B.S. 

MOOREHEAD, MISS. 

Freshman Basketball; G. L. Society; Secretary G. 
L. S. (2); Vice-President G. L. S. ; (2); President 
G. L. S. (3) ; All-One Club; "Y" Cabinet (2, 3, 4) ; 
Vice-President V. M. C. A. (4) ; Assistant Editor 
Student Handbook (4); Golf Club; Blue Ridge 
Delegate (3); State Y Council (4); Delegate In- 
ternational Missionary Conference (4); Student 
Assistant (4); Honor Graduate; Student Executive 
Board (4) ; Assistant Business Manager "Bobashe- 
la" (4) ; Omicron Delta Kappa. 



Olga La Braxche, J Z 

JACKSOX, MISS. 

Honor Council (1); Freshman Commission; Three 
Year Club; Chi Delta Phi; Eta Sigma; Student As- 
sistant (2, 3); Honor Graduate. 



Morris M. Caver, K — 
B.A. 

MERIDIAN', MISS. 

Freshman Football ; Freshman Baseball ; Football 
(2) ; Football Manager (4) ; Baseball (2, 3, 4) ; L. 
L. S. Catella Club; Pan-Hellenic Council (3, 4); 
Clee Club (3, 4); Business Manager Glee Club; 
Athletic Council (4) ; Cap and Gown Committee 
(4). 



Mary Flowers Jacksox, K J 
B.A. 

JACKSON, MISS. 

shman Commission; Y. Cabinet (3); All-One 
Club; Eta Sigma; Honor Graduate. 



Ira Travis, & K A' 
n.s. 

CANTON, MISS. 

Freshman Baseball; Band (4); L. L. S. ; A & M. 
(2, 3) ; Golf Club. 





Senior Class 



James William O'Briant 
b.A. 

JACKSON, MISS. 
D. A. R. Medal (3); Honor Graduate. 



Elizabeth Heidelberg, K A 
B.J. 

JACKSON", MISS. 

Secretary-Treasurer Freshman Class; Football 

Sponsor (1); All-One Club; Eta Sigma; "Boba- 

shela" Staff (3, 4); "Most Representative Co-ed'' 

(4) ; Honor Graduate. 



Sidney Davis Selvidge, II K A 
B.l. 

JACKSON, MISS. 

L. L. S. ; Freshman Debater; All-One Club; Three 
Year Club; Assistant Business Manager "Purple 
and White" (3) ; Business Manager Millsaps Play- 
ers (3); Honor Graduate; Eta Sigma. 



Margaret Gladys Jones 
n.s. 

JACKSON", MISS. 

Girls' Glee Club (1, 2, 3) ; Assistant Librarian (2) ; 

Business Manager Girls' Glee Club (3); Girls' 

Basketball (2, 3); "Y" Cabinet (3); Three Year 

Club; Science Club. 



William Osborne Harrell, J 2' 7 
B.S. 

JACKSON, MISS. 

Student Assistant in Mechanical Drawing, 












Senior Class 



George Locklin Bounds, Jr. 
U.S. 

OVETT, MISS. 

L. L. S.; Treasurer L. L. S. (3) ; President L. L. S. 
(4); Freshman Football; Football (2, 3, 4); "Y" 
Cabinet (3); Honor Council (3); Chairman Honor 
Council (4) ; Secretary-Treasurer "Y" (4) ; De- 
baters Council (4) ; Life Service Band President 
(4) ; Chairman House Governing Board (4) ; Hon- 
or Student 



Willanna Craven Ruck, K J 
Ii.A. 

JACKSON', MISS. 

Freshman Commission; Baseball Sponsor (1); All- 
One Club; "V" Cabinet (3) ; Football Sponsor (2) ; 
Feature Section (3); "Purple and White" Staff 
(4); Eta Sigma; Chi Delta Phi. 



Eldon Chalmers Rouse, K — 
ii.S. 

LUMBERTON, MISS. 

Captain Freshman Football; Football (2, 3, 4); 
Baseball (2, 3, 4) ; Captain Baseball (4) ; Basket- 
ball (2, 3); Glee Club (4); Quartette (4). 



Sarah Catherine Hughes, M 
B.A. 

JACKSON*, MISS. 

Three Year Club; Pan-Hellenic Council (3). 



Alice Boyd Ridgeway, B — <> 
n.l. 

JACKSON, MISS. 

Freshman Commission; Girls' Glee Club (2, 3, 4); 
Pan-Hellenic. 












Senior Class 




Willie Edward Lyon 
B.A. 

DURANT, MISS. 

All-One Club (z) ; Faculty Assistant (4) ; "V 
Cabinet (4). 



Alfred Moses Ellison 
B.A. 

JACKSON, MISS. 



William Maurice Price 
B.A. 

JACKSON, MISS. 

L. L. S.; Life Service Band (4) ; Honor Graduate. 



Charles Edward Lockett 
B.A. 

GRENADA, MISS. 

Band (2, 3, 4) ; Library Assistant (3, 4) ; L. L. S. 
Vice-President L. L. S. (4) ; "Y" Cabinet (3, 4). 



W. I. Peeler 
B.S. 

CENTER, MISS. 

Freshman Debater; President G. L. S. (3, 4); 
Commencement Debater (3); Winner Commence- 
ment Debaters Medal (3) ; Student Executive 
Board (4). 



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Senior Class 



Wayne Whitsox Floyd, f) K N 
B.S. 

SARDIS, MISS. 

rreshman Baseball; L. L. S. ; Band (i, 2, 3, 4); 

Catella Club; Golf Club; Intramural Athletic 

Council (4). 



Gladys Bond, A Z 
R.A. 

JACKSON, MISS. 

Three Year Club; Girls' Glee Club (1. 2, 3); 

Honor Graduate; All-One Club; Pan-Hellenic 

Council (3). 



Harry Wilburn Phillips 
B.S. 

JACKSON, MISS. 

Eta Sigma ; Honor Graduate. 



Laura Day Stovall. K J 
R..1. 

JACKSON, MISS. 
Glee Club (1); Basketball Sponsor (1). 



Irene Breland 
B.S. 

LKAKESVILLE, MISS. 

President Philomathean Society (4) ; Library As- 
sistant (4); Science Club; Basketball (4). 




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Richard W. Fowler, K A 
BA. 

COLDWATER, MISS. 

Freshman Tennis; Varsity Tennis (2, 3, 4) ; Cap- 
tain and Manager of Tennis (3) ; "Purple and 
White" Staff (2, 3, 4); Athletic Association (3); 
"Bobashela" Staff (3); Student Executive Board 
(4) ; Intramural Athletic Council (4) ; Editor "Jazz 
Baby" (3) ; Sigma Upsilon ; Omicron Delta Kappa; 
Catella Club; Secretary Sigma Upsilon (4); Pres- 
ident Catella Club (4) ; Editor of "Bobashela" (4). 



Mary Frances Horne, K A 
B.A. 

JACKSON, MISS. 

Three Year Club; Honor Graduate; Eta Sigma; 
All-One Club (2, 3). 



Lester Phillip Stagg, 77 7v A 
BA. 

MORTON, MISS. 

G. L. S ; Alpha Psi Omega (4) ; Honor Graduate. 



Jane Power, fP M 
BA. 

JACKSON, MISS. 

Cilee Club (2, 3, 4); Freshman Commission (1); 

Y. W. C. A. Cabinet (1); Eta Sigma; Honor 

Graduate; "Most Sophisticated" (4). 



Joseph Frank Ford, K A 
B.A. 

JACKSON, MISS. 

Tennis (1. 2, 3, 4) ; All-One Club; Cap and Gown 
Committee (4) ; Honor Graduate. 





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Senior Class 



John Miller Maclachlan 
B.A. 

JACKSON, MISS. 

Commencement Debate (i); Tennis Champion, 
Singles Intramural (i); Clark Essay Medal (i); 
M. I. P. A. Features Award (2) ; State Open Short 
Story Contest (2) ; I. C. Essay Contest (2) ; Pres- 
ident G. L. S. ; Associate Editor "Jazz Baby" (2); 
Feature Editor "Purple and White" (2) ; Spanish 
Instructor Summer Normal (2) ; Editor "Purple 
and White" (3); Third Prize National Editorial 
Contest (3) ; Feature Editor "Bobashela" (4) ; Sig- 
ma Cpsilon. 



Emily White Stevexs, A' J 
B.A. 

JACKSON, MISS. 

M. S. C. W. (1) ; "Spectator" Staff (1) ; "Y" Cab- 
inet (3); Chi Delta Phi; President Chi Delta Phi 
(3) ; "Purple and White" Staff (3) ; Associate Ed- 
itor "Purple and White (4). 



Charles Wesley Baley, & K N 

B.A. 

Chalybeate, miss. 

Freshman Basketball and Baseball ; Honor Grad- 
uate. 



Doris Draper, J Z 
B.A. 

WIXTERVILLE, MISS. 



Marguerite Rightor Crlll, K J 
B.A. 

GREENWOOD, MISS. 

Alph Psi Omega; Millsaps Players (2, 3). 




Senior Class 






Charles Delmas Coltharp, & K N 
B.A. 

MYRTLE, MISS. 

Freshman Basketball; "Bobashela" Staff (4); Hon- 
or Graduate. 



Malcolm Toyvnsend Glaze 
B.S. 

LENA, MISS. 

G. L. S. ; House Governing Board (3, 4). 



Thomas Oswald Sessions 
B.S. 

WOODVILLE, MISS. 

Tennis (3, 4); Intramural Football Manager (4). 



Elvie Lee Gillis 
B.S. 

PHILADELPHIA, MISS. 

Philomathean Literary Society; Science Club. 



Charles Arthur Sullivan 
B.A. 

TVLERTOWN, MISS. 

L. L. S. ; Freshman Debater; Commencement De- 
bater (3); Inter-Collegiate Debater (3); Reserve 
Football (3) ; Three Year Club. 



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Howard Wesley Calhoun 
B.S. 

JACKSOX, MISS. 

Science Club (2, 3, 4); Pre-Medical Club (4); G. 
L. S. ; Student Assistant (4). 



LlNNIE LlXGLE 
B.S. 

CRYSTAL SPRINGS, MISS. 

Captain Girls' Basketball Team (3); Science Club 
(2. 3, 4) ; Pre-Medical Club (4) ; Philomathean 
Literary Society; President Girls' Athletic Associa- 
tion (3). 



William Forrest Thompson 
B.A. 

GILBERT, ARK. 

Transylvania College (1); Ministerial League; 
President Galloway Literary Society; Honor Grad- 
ate. 



Myrtle Steen 
B.S. 

ABBEVILLE, LA. 

"Y" Cabinet (2, 3) ; Captain Girls' Basketball 
Team (4) ; Secretary Philomathean Literary Society 

(4). 



C. E. Sills 
b.s. 

COLUMBIA. MISS. 

Millsaps Band. 




Senior Class 




Theodore Kermit Scott 
II.. 1. 

PICKENS, MISS. 

Three Year Club; Football (2, 3); Baseball (1, 2, 
3) ; Basketball (1) ; Vice-President G. L. S. (2, 3) ; 
President G. L. S. (3); "V" Cabinet (2, 3); As- 
sistant Editor "Purple and White" (3); "Bobashe- 
la" Staff (3). 



Willie Jefferson Sullivan, <l> M 
B.S. 

JACKSON 1 , MISS. 

Glee Club (3, 4); "V" Cabinet (3); Honor Stu- 
dent. 



Robert Hunter Holcombe, 17 K A 
li.s. 

FLORENCE, MISS. 

Football (1, 2, 3. 4); Secretary-Treasurer Athletic 
Association (4). 



Virginia Ruth Vance, K J 
B.A. 

JACKSON, MISS. 

Freshman Commission; "Y" Cabinet (3); Chi Del 

ta Phi; Eta Sigma; Pianist Girls' Glee Club (4) 

Honor Graduate. 



William A. Bilbo, K — 
B.A. 

HATTIESBURG, MISS. 



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Prentiss Patton Perritt 
B.A. 

WESSON", MISS. 

G. L. S.; Freshman Debater; Inter-Collegiate De- 
bater (2, 3, 4); "Purple and White" Staff (2, 3); 
"Bobashela'' Staff (3); Student Golf Champion 
(3); Editor "Purple and White" (4); Literary 
Council (4) ; House Governing Board (4) ; De- 
bating Council (4); Millsaps Players (3, 4); Col- 
lege Press Correspondent (4); Alpha Psi Omega; 
Sigma Upsilon ; Alpha Phi Epsilon; Omicron Delta 
Kappa; Secretary Alpha Psi Omega (4). 



Mary Ruth Gainey, K J 
B.A. 

JACKSON 1 , MISS. 

Freshman Commission; Eta Eigma ; Blue Ridge 
Delegate (3) ; Vice-President "Y" (2) ; President 
"Y" (3); Secretary Class (3, 4); Chi Delta Phi; 
Vice-President "Y" (4) ; Secretary-Treasurer Stu- 
dent Body (4) ; "Y" Delegate to Memphis (4) ; 
Glee Club (4); Faculty Assistant (4). 



John H. Blakemore, <P J 
B.A. 

CORINTH, MISS. 

Emory University (1); Inter-Collegiate Debater (2, 
3); President L. L. S. (3); Debate Council (3); 
Glee Club, Quartette (2, 3) ; '^Bobashela" Staff 
(3) ; "Purple and White" Staff (3) ; Catella Club; 
Cheer Leader (3). 



Mattie Mae Boswell 
B.A. 

JACKSON, MISS. 

Three Year Club. 

Harold Graves 
B.S. 

JACKSON, MISS. 

G. L. S.; Secretary G. L. S. (3); Science Club; 
"Roval Ramblers." 





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John Knox Bettersworth 
b.A. 

JACKSON, MISS. 

Bourgeois Medal (2) ; Faculty Assistant (2, 3) ; 

All-One Club; Three Year Club; Honor Graduate; 

Eta Sigma. 



Nellie Gray Finch 
B.S. 

EUPORA, MISS. 

Honor Graduate; All-One Club; Right Royal 
Ramblers; Secretary Science Club (4); Faculty As- 
sistant (4) ; Honor Council (4) ; "Y" Cabinet (4) ; 
Philomathean Literary Society. 



Heber Austin Ladner, K Z 
B.S. 

LUMBERTON, MISS. 

Freshman Football; L. L. S. ; Basketball (2, 3, 4) ; 

Baseball (2, 3, 4) ; Secretary Dormitory Governing 

Board (4) ; Honor Graduate. 



Verna Willena Shelton 
B.A. 

WINONA, MISS. 
Three Year Club; Honor Graduate. 



Galusha Clyde Stone 
B.S. 

SALTILLO, MISS. 

Science Club; House Governing Board (4). 



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William Barnett Dribben, K N 

RULEVILLE, MISS. 

Business Manager "Bobashela" (4) ; Vice-President 
Senior Class (4); Track Manager (1, 4); Foot- 
ball Manager (3); House Governing Board (2); 
Assistant Bursar (3); Pan-Hellenic (4); Omicron 
Delta Kappa; Catella Club; Dramatic Club; Busi- 
ness Manager Dramatic Clu (3) ; Alpha Psi Ome- 
ga ; V. M. C. A. Cabinet (3) ; L. L. S. ( 3, 4). 



Mary Elizabeth Oliphaxt, <I> M 
B.S. 

JACKSON, MISS. 

Glee Club (2, 3, 4). 



Philip M. Catching 
B.S. 

GEORGETOWN, MISS. 
"Purple and White" Staff (4). 



Sarah Suttle 
B.A. 

JACKSON, MISS. 



George Robert Armistead 
n.s. 

JACKSON, MISS. 




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Christian Hoover Carruth, // K A 
B.S. 

MCCOMB, MISS. 

Basketball (i, 2, 3, 4) ; Baseball (1, 2, 3, 4) ; Vice 
President Junior Class; President Senior Class: 
Vice-President Athletic Association; Catella Club 
Omicron Delta Kappa; Pan-Hellenic Council (3 
4) ; Honor Council (2, 3, 4,); Y. M. C. A. Cabi 
net (3, 4) ; Captain Basketball (4). 






Mary Louise Pearson 

B.S. 

JACKSON, MISS. 

All-One Club (3). 



Robert Campbell Embry, (•) K N 
B.A. 

BELZONI, MISS. 

Member Student Executive Board ; L. L. S. ; Fresh 

man Commencement Debater; Three Year Club 

All-One Club; Band (1, 3, 4) ; Pan-Hellenic Coun 

cil (3) ; Golf Club (1, 3, 4) ; Track (1 



Aetna Mills Holloway 
B.A. 

JACKSON, MISS. 

Glee Club (2, 3, 4) ; Y. W. C. A. Cabinet (3, 4 
Faculty Assistant (3, 4); Philomathean Literar 
Society (4); Three Year Club; Honor Graduate 
Life Service Group. 














SENIORS 

JVith a steady swing and an open brow 

We have tramped the ways together, 

But we're clasping hands at the cross-roads now, 

In the Fiend's own night for weather; 

And whether we bleed or whether we smile 

In the leagues that lie before us, 

The ways of life are many a mile, 

And the dark of Fate is o'er us. 

Here's luck! 

And a cheer for the dark before us! 

Richard Hovey 












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Junior Class 



J. W. Alford 

K A 
MCCOMB, MISSISSIPPI 

Warren e Ramsey 

<!■ M 
GALLMAN, MISSISSIPPI 

Clara Lee Hines 

* M 
JACKSON", MISSISSIPPI 

Ralph W. Campbell 

K A 

MACON, MISSISSIPPI 

F. L. Covert 
k A 

MERIDIAN, MISSISSIPPI 

Mildred Nobles 

K A 
JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI 

W. P. Boswell 

9 K X 
GRENADA, MISSISSIPPI 

Agnes Eubanks 

■I' M 
ALGIERS, LOUISIANA 

C. F. Lacey 

G K X 
KOSCIUSKO, MISSISSIPPI 

Catherine Ross 

<I> M 

WESSON, MISSISSIPPI 



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Junior Class 



Emmett Ward 
n k a 

JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI 



Leola O'Neal 

SAUCIER, MISSISSIPPI 



Christine Crawford 

JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI 

Audie C. Bishop 

HARPERVILLE, MISSISSIPPI 



David C. Longinotti 

n k a 

DURANT, MISSISSIPPI 



Edwin T. Calhoun 

K A 
JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI 



Esther Virginia Switzer 

MCHENRY, MISSISSIPPI 



J. M. Dorm an 

MYRTLE, MISSISSIPPI 

Gordon Wilson 

STEPHENSON, MISSISSIPPI 



Lois Mann 

MADISON, MISSISSIPPI 




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Junior Class 



Joe R. Gouldman 

HAZELHURST, MISSISSIPPI 



Laura Bennett 

* M 
MADISON', MISSISSIPPI 



Mary Lynn Gould 

* M 
BOGALUSA, LOUISIANA 



C. C. HOLLOMAN 

K i 
ITTA BENA, MISSISSIPPI 



Roy Wolfe 

MERIDIAN, MISSISSIPPI 

Dorothy Moore 

QUITMAN, MISSISSIPPI 

Helen Grace Welch 

BILOXI, MISSISSIPPI 



George W. Butler 

K X 
JONESTOWN, MISSISSIPPI 



H. C. Currie 

MT. OLIVE, MISSISSIPPI 

Carlton U. Mounger 

COLLINS, MISSISSIPPI 



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Junior Class 



Lee R. Reid 

K A 
JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI 



John W. Bealle 

n k a 

GREENWOOD, MISSISSIPPI 



Marie Funk 

LEXINGTON, MISSISSIPPI 



William E. Barksdale 

e k n 

HATTIESBURG, MISSISSIPPI 



John Stokes 
h K A 

GREENWOOD, MISSISSIPPI 



John Wesley Young 

SAUCIER, MISSISSIPPI 



Mary Lee Stone 

B 2 O 

JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI 



R. J. HlNSON 

CRYSTAL SPRINGS, MISSISSIPPI 

J. D. Dumas 

LENA, MISSISSIPPI 

A. E. GULLEY 

JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI 




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Junior Class 



Hovle A. Byrd 

K A 
LUMBERTON, MISSISSIPPI 



Mary Ellexa Cltrer 

K A 
MAGNOLIA, MISSISSIPPI 



Mary Martha Miller 

HAZELHURST, MISSISSIPPI 

D. Gilmer McLaurin 
k 2 

CANTON, MISSISSIPPI 

R. C. Embry 

e k x 

BELZON'I, MISSISSIPPI 

Susie K. Woods 

K A 
JACKSON", MISSISSIPPI 

Rosalie McKeithen 

B S <> 
JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI 

W. T. MOBLEY 

II K A 
MERIDIAN, MISSISSIPPI 

Ralph N. Xai.l 

PETAL, MISSISSIPPI 



Mildred Williams 

JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI 



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Junior Class 



Mary Hudson 

* M 
SUMRALL, MISSISSIPPI 



E. T. Mangum 

MAGEE, MISSISSIPPI 



Jewel Picnic Williams 

MCCOMB, MISSISSIPPI 



Margaret Bynum 

K A 
JACKSON', MISSISSIPPI 



Mary Eleanor Waits 

SUMRALL, MISSISSIPPI 



Brown Powlett 

SELMA, MISSISSIPPI 

R. S. Simpson 

ACKERMAX, MISSISSIPPI 

Margaret Whisenhunt 

PAWHUSKA, OKLAHOMA 

Carlisle Toichstone 

GEORGETOWN, MISSISSIPPI 

W. D. Carmichael 

UTICA, MISSISSIPPI 




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Good morning, Life — and all 
Things glad and beautiful. 
My pockets nothing hold, 
But he that owns the gold, 
The Sun, is my great friend — 
His spending has no end. 



Hail to you women fair, 
That make a show so rare 
In cloth as white as milk — 
Bet calico or silk ; 
Good morning, Life — and all 
Things glad and beautiful. 

William H. Davies 



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Sophomore Class 
E. W. Haining 

SARTARTIA, MISSISSIPPI 

Fred Alma Hutchison 

A Z 

JACKSON", MISSISSIPPI 

Garner Green 

K A 
JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI 

Glenna Moore 

A Z 
JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI 

Reynolds Cheney 

K A 
JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI 

A. R. Harala 

n k a 

CREOLE, MISSISSIPPI 

P. T. FlTZHUGH 

K X 
JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI 

Gordon Patton 

jackson, mississippi 

Anelle Jordan 

B £ O 

JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI 

Frances King 

K A 
JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI 

George B. Pickett 

BONITA, LOUISIANA 

L. A. Wasson 

ETHEL, MISSISSIPPI 

R. C. Maynor 

e k n 

JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI 

Elizabeth Dear 

JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI 

Raymond A. Glaze 

LENA, MISSISSIPPI 

F. L. Looney 

COLLIERVILLE, MISSISSIPPI 

Harry C. Ash 

CENTREVILLE, MISSISSIPPI 

W. H. Hay 

PORT GIBSON, MISSISSIPPI 



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Soph 



Cl 



ass 



pnomore 
F. M. Clark 

K A 
JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI 

A. K. Doss 

K 2 
LAKE CHARLES, LOUISIANA 

J. II. Lewis 

II K \ 
GREENWOOD, MISSISSIPPI 

C. W. Gary 

II K A 
EUPORA, MISSISSIPPI 

Laura Lightcap 

K A 
JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI 

]. Allan Fetterman 

K A 
JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI 

L. V. Johnston 

SHANNON, MISSISSIPPI 

Malcolm Galbreath 

K I 
HATTIESBURG, MISSISSIPPI 

Edward Lemastus 

e k n 

DREW, MISSISSIPPI 

Edwin B. Bell 

II K A 
GREENWOOD, MISSISSIPPI 

Elizabeth Harrell 
k A 

JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI 

William J. McCluney 

*K A 
CRYSTAL SPRINGS, MISSISSIPPI 

L. E. Martin 

CANTON, MISSISSIPPI 

L. P. B. Lipscomb 
e k n 

MERIDIAN, MISSISSIPPI 

Paul Robertson 

JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI 

R. P. Neblitt 
e k n 

KOSCIUSKO, MISSISSIPPI 

W. Kenneth Bradley 

K A 
CANTON, MISSISSIPPI 

}. B. Logan 

e k n 

LUMBERTON, MISSISSIPPI 




f 1 




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Soph 



pnomore 



CI 



ass 



Norton Miller 

K I 
HERMANVILLE, MISSISSIPPI 

Elizabeth Kxox 

<l> M 
JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI 

Howard E. Boone 

II K A 
PONTOTOC, MISSISSIPPI 

Robert Eli Tatum 

K X 
HATTIESBURC, MISSISSIPPI 

J. V. Mills 

COURTLAND, MISSISSIPPI 

Buford Yerger 

K A 
JACKSON", MISSISSIPPI 

John Clark 

K A 
JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI 

Elma Clark 

>!> M 
JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI 

William Caston 

K 2 
MCCOMB, MISSISSIPPI 

Phil Wilson 

K 2 

jackson, mississippi 

Harry Woods 
e k x 

LOUISVILLE, MISSISSIPPI 

Malcolm Golden 

LENA, MISSISSIPPI 

C. H. Johnson 

VALLEY, MISSISSIPPI 

James A. Gunter 

JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI 

Plez A. Price 

JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI 

Charles H. Whatley 

JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI 

Sarah Simmons 
* M 

JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI 

E. H. Mounger, Jr. 

COLUMBIA, MISSISSIPPI 

R. J. Hassell 

MONROE, LOUISIANA 

P. N. Nowell 

JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI 




Freshman Class 



Chas. LkDuke President 

Wip Robinson Vice-President 

I). V. DuBard Secretary-Treasurer 

Honor Council Representative 
W. K. Anderson 



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Freshman 

Walter Perm enter . 
Alice Chilton .... 
Charles Galloway . . 
Lucy Murphy Mai.i.ico 
Luther Currie .... 
Benjamin Harrell . . 
Marguerite Deterly . 

Bob Lemi.y 

Hadenia Buck .... 
Hillary Whatley . . . 
William Shannon . . . 

C. L. Huff 

Joe Ware . . . 



CI 



ass 



Mildred Clark . . 
Jim Collins . 
Grace Brownlee . 
Sarah King . . ■ 
William Anderson 
Philip Kolb . . . 
David Livingston . 
Charles LeDuke . 
Mary Meek . . 
w. b. sowell . . , 
James McLeod . . 
Ellis Dickerson . . 
O. B. Loper . . . 
Sarah Stevens . . 
J. H. Noblin . . 



. Tutwiler, 

. Jackson, 

. Jackson, 

. Jackson, 

. Raleigh, 

. . Jackson, 

. Jackson, 

. Fondren, 

. Jackson, 

. Jackson, 

. . Ripley, 

. Lorman, 

. Jack:on, 

. Jackson, 

. Jackson, 

. Jackson, 

. Jackson, 

. Clarksdale, 

. Jackson, 

. Prentiss, 

. Grenada, 

. Jackson, 

. . Sanlis, 

. Jackson, 

. Ripley. 

Philadelphia, 

. . Jackson, 

Pelahatchie, 



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Freshman Class 

E. L. HoWREYj Jr Sardis, Miss. 

Margaret Alsobrook .... Bolton, Miss. 
Lee Travis Canton, Miss. 

C. W. Chalfant Augusta, Ark. 

H. G. Warren Benton, Miss. 

W. V. Lowe ....... Jackson, Miss. 

O. L. Hardin Deemer. Miss. 

Bill Jacobs Jackson, Miss. 

D. V. Heri.ong .... Hermanville, Miss. 

Stella Mai.lett Jackson, Mir-s. 

John Patterson Ebenezer, Miss. 

T. L. Roberts Doddsville, Miss. 

J. R. Priest Houston, Miss. 

T. A. Gilbert Meridian, Miss. 

Franklin Williams . . . Inverness, Miss. 
Emilio Romano .... New Orleans, La. 

E. E. Broadwater Bogalusa, Lr 

Charline Morgan Star, Misi 

Galloway Corley . . . Moss Point, Mis: 

G. A. Brown Hollandale, Mis< 

David Y. DuBard .... Grenada, Mis; 

J. B. Furr Hermanville, Mis: 

T. E. Pegram, Jr Ripley, Misi 

G T. Blanton ...... Deemer, Mis 

J. F. Munstermann . . . Pelahatchie, Mis 

Sarah Smith Jackson, Miss. 

T. S. Greenlee .... Hermanville, Miss 
Claude W. Passo .... Moss Point, Miss 




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Freshman Class 

Wip Robinson Wewoka, Okla. 

Letitia Allen ...... Jackson, Miss. 

Albert White Meridian, M 

Theresa McDill Jackson, M 

John Calhoun ..... Mt. Olive, M 
Martha Thompson .... Jackson, M 

Felix Underwood Jackson, M 

Robert Seawright Jackson, M 

Walter Bivens Meridian, M 

James Curcio .... Friar's Point, M 
Mary Velma Simpson . . . Pickens, M 

J. H. Finger Ripley, M 

Howard K. Wii.liford . . Carrolton, M 

Ruth Ridgeway Jackson, M 

Douclas Nash Jackson, M 

Billy Longgrear . . . Mendenhall, M 

W. C. DuBARD Carrolton, M 

Edith Enochs Jackson, M 

Neville Griffith Jackson, M 

Lorine Foster ...... Jackson, M 

W. J. CONNERLY .... Tylertown, M 

Leslie Ellis Jackson, M 

Stanley E. Byrd Bude, M 

R. S. Young Jackson, M 

L. C. Hutchines Carlton, M 

Rose Wells Jackson, M 

V. L. Owen ....... Fayette, M 

Mary Wacaster Jackson, M 



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Freshman Class 

Kenneth Wills Jackson, 

Margaret Stovai.l .... Jackson, 

J. A. Booker Ripley, 

Aline Everett Jackson, 

Douglas Banks Fondren, 

W. L. Ervin Inverness, 

Howard McMillan .... McComb, 
Vernon H. Anderson . • Vicksburg, 

Harold Cashon Jackson, 

H. V. Sebron Georgetown, 

Caroline Campbeli Jackson, 

Allan Woodruff . . . Hattiesburg, 

Jack Riggin Jackson, 

Ruth Mann Madison, 

George Rembert Jackson, 

Troy Dillon Lorman, 

Martha Jane Hollowav . . Jackson, 

D. W. Corban Meadville, 

W. L. Brown Madison, 

GEORGE M. Cherry .... Louisville, 




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Comrades, pour the wine tonight, 

For the parting is with dawn. 

Oh, the clink of cups together, 

With the daylight coming on! 

Greet the morn 

JFith a double horn, 

When strong men drink together! 

Richard Hovey 













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Bounds, Wheeless, McManus, Reves 
Embrv, Fowler, Moore, Peeler, Campbell 



Student Executive Board 

L. L. Wheeless President Student Body 

J. S. McManus ithletic Association 

George Reves Y. M. C. A. 

Dorothy Moore Y. If. C. A. 

W. I. Peeler Literary Societies 

R. W. Fowler Publications 

R. W. Campbell Glee Club 

R. C. Embry Band 

Audie Bishop Ministerial Association 

G. L. Bounds Honor Council 



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Bounds, Wheeled, Perritt, Scott 
Ai.ford, White, Sanders, Blakemore 



Debating Council 



Professor M. C. White . . . 
Professor A. G. Sanders 
L. L. Wheeless . 
T. K. Scott . . 
P. P. Perritt . . 
J. H. Blakemore . 
J. W. Alford . . 
G. L. Bounds . . 



Faculty Representative 

. . . Faculty Representative 



Galloway Literary 

Galloway Literary S 

Galloway Literary S 

. Lamar Literary S 

. Lamar Literary S 



ociety 
octet y 
ociety 
ociety 
ociety 



Lamar Literary Society 




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Bounds, Finch, Carruth 
Nall, Flink, Lewis, Anderson 



Honor Council 

C. H. Carruth Student Body Representative 

Marie Flink Student Body Representative 

G. L. Bounds (Chairman) Senior Class 

Nellie Gray Finch . . Senior Class 

R. N. Nall Junior Class 

J. H. Lewis Sophomore Class 

W. K. Anderson ... Freshman Class 



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Wheeless, Bounds, Reves 

Scott, Blakemore, Lockett, Carruth, McManus 

Campbell, Lyons, McLaurin, Alford, Bishop 

Miller, Byrd, Neblitt, Nall, Looney 

Y. M. C. A. Cabinet 



Officers 

L. L. Wheeless President 

G. E. Reves Vice-President 

G. L. Bounds Secretary-Treasurer 



Floyd Looney Program 

T. K. Scott Program 

A. C. Bishop Vesper Service 

Ralph Nai.i Vesper Service 

R. W. Campbeli Social 

Warren Black Social 

J. W. Finch . . ■ • . . Freshman Work 

K. W. Haining Freshman Work 

Norton Miller . • ■ Membership 



Committee Chairmen 

]. W. Alford . 
W. E. Lyon . . . 
J. H. Blakemore . 
G. K.. Adair . . . 
R. P. Neblett, Jr. 
Hoyle Byrd . 
D. G. McLaurin . 
('. H. Carruth . 
J. S. McManus . . 



Church Work 

Church Work 

. Music 

. . . Music 

. Extension 

. . Extension 

. Extension 

. Employment 

. . .1 1 hi dies 



C. E. Lockett Publicity 



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Dorothy Moore, Gainey 
Nobles, Ridgeway, Jones, Finch 
Glenna Moore, Hollowav, Steen 

Y. W. C. A. Cabinet 

Officers 

Dorothy Moore President 

Ruth Gainey Vice-President 

Mildred Nobles Secretary 

Glenna Moore Treasurer 

Committe Chairmen 

Gladys Jones Social Service 

Aetna Mills Holloway Music 

Alice Ridgeway World Fellowship 

OuiDA Elzy Social 

Nellie Gray Finch Program 

Janie Watkins ... Finance 

Myrtle Steen Publicity 

Mildred Nobles Undergraduate Representative 




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*8»" ■■ 

R. W. Fowler, Editor \V. B, Dribben, Business Manager 

The 1929 Bobasriela 

The Staff 

T. K. Scott Organizations 

J. M. Maclachlax Features 

D. C. Longinotti Classes 

W. P. BOSWELI Sports 

C. D. CoLTHARP Assistant Business Manager 

Elizabeth Heidlebero Idvertisements 

J. H. BlakemORE ... Photographs 

George Reves Advertisements 

74 





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P. P. Perritt 
Editor 



Emily White Stevens Emm kit Ward 

Associate Editor Business Manager 



The Purple and White 



The Staff 

T. K. Scott hsistant Editor 

Buford Verger News Editor 

B. C. Ricketts Managing Editor 



P. M. Catchings Sports 

Willanna Buck Society 

R. W. Fowler Columnist 

D. C. Longinotti Locals 

W. P. Boswell Features 

J. M. Maclachlan Columnist 



J. H. Blakemore Locals 

H. C. Ash News Assistant 

W. N. Miller News Assistant 

Billy Longgrear .... News Assistant 
Sidney Selvidge Assistant Business Manager 
F. L. Looney .... Circulation Manager 




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The Lamar Literary Society 



J. II. Blakemore 



Presidents 
J. W. Alford 



R. P. Neblett 



C. F. Lacf.v 



Vice-Presidents 
G. L. Bounds 



C. E. L.OCKETT 



Secretaries 
J. W. Alford C F. Lacey 

Treasurers 

C. E. Lockett W. M. Price 



R. B. Smith 



J. W. Alford 



Debating Council Representatives 

J. H. Blakemore G. L. Bounds 



Inter-Collegiate Debaters 
J. W. Alford L. P. B. Lipscomb 



B. C. Ricketts 



J. II. Blakemore 



J. W. Alford 
A. C. Bishop 
Howard Boone 
J. H. Blakemore 
Edwin Bell 
Kenneth Bradley 
w. p. boswell 
G. L. Bounds 
T. M. Brown 
R. D. Cashburn 
A. K. Doss 
Herbert Gillis 
Marion Hale 
C. E. Lockett 

C. F. Lacf.v 

L. P. B. Lipscomb 
Ed Lamastus 
Howard Lewis 

D. G. McLaurin 



Members 
William McCluney 
Ralph Nall 
R. P. Neblett 
W. M. Price 

B. C. Ricketts 
R. S. Simpson- 
Arthur Sullivan 
J. V. Wright 

II. A. Byrd 

R. B. Smith 

Warren Black 

Sidney Selvidge 

W. Leggett 

M. II. McCormack 

Albert White 

C. H. Gordon 
Edward Lindsey 

D. Y. DuBard 



W. D. Carmichael 
Bob Lemley 
Robert Young 
Plez Price 
Harry Woods 
Tick Logan 
Billy Longgrear 
Cal Hull 
Neville Griffith 
W. M. Anderson 
Jake Embry 
Heber Ladner 
Walter Bivens 
Lee Travis 
J. W. Young 
Kenneth Wills 
Philip Kolb 
M. M. Caver 
Emmett Ward 



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Sullivan:, Lockett, Alford, Price, Nall 

Byrd, McLaurin, Blakemore, Bishop, Caver, Ladner 

Lacey, Simpson, Carmichael, Doss, Lewis 

Lipscomb, McCluney, Neblett, Price, Young 

Boone, Kolb, Lemly, Bivexs, Griffith, Pegram 

DuBard, Travis, Howrey, Young, White 




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The Galloway Literary Society 

Presidents 
L. L. Wheeless T. K. Scott W. I. Peeler W. F. Thompson' 



T. K. Scott 



Vice-Presidents 
Norton Miller 



I-. L. Looney 



Secretaries 
E. T. Mangum W. E, Barksdale W. F. Thompson A. T. Woodruff 

Treasurers 

F. L. Looney P. P. Perritt 

Debating Council Representatives 
P. P. Perritt L. L. Wheeless T. K. Scott 

Intercollegiate Debaters 
L. L. Wheeless Buford Yerger F. L. Looney J. P. Patrick 

P. P. Perritt 



Members 



V. H. Anderson 
J. T. Barrett 
Carl Brumfield 

B. F. Cammack 

II D. Carmichael 

C. W. Chalfant 
Edward Coker 
James Curcio 

H. C. Currie 
Hal Dale 

B. ElCHLEBERGER 

A. M. Ellison 
J. W. Finch 
H. G. Flowers 
Malcolm Galbreath 
Spurgeon Gaskin 
Malcolm Glaze 
J. A. Gunter 



E. W. Haining 
Robert Hauberg 
W. H. Hay 

Charles E. Hopper 
Edgar Isabell 
C. H. Johnson 
W. K. Jones 
Edward Khayatt 
R. N. Kinnard 
Egbert Livingston 

F. L. Looney 
J. B. Love 
Charles C. LeDuke 
(). B. Loper 
Henry King 

Erby McManus 
Sexton McManus 
E. T. Mangum 



W. N. Miller 
Clark Morris 

F. H. Morris 
Wm. Thompson 
W. H. King 

G. A. MULLENDORE 

G. E. Murphy 
J. P. Patrick 
W. I. Peeler 
J. Patterson 
P. P. Perritt 
W. Piggott 
\'ardaman Owen- 
Carl Sills 
T. K. Scott 
I. G. Wilson 
I.. L. Wheeless 
R. R. Waugh 



A. T. Woodruff 
H. G. Warren 

J. M. Maclachlan 
GORDON Patton 
P. M. Catching 

B. E. Meigs 
G. E. Reves 
I.. A. Wasson 
Resa Wasson 

(^HAS. DlCKERSON 

Joe Booker 
Bernard Sowell 
J. D. Arrington 
CiEO. Pickett 
II. W. Calhoun 
A. E. Gulley 
W. E. Barksdale 



Sty? Inbastjftla 





Perritt, Reves, Wheeless, Thompson, Peeler 

Sills, Carmichael, Catching, Scott, Maclachlan, Calhoun 

Miller, Mangum, Barksdale, Currie, Ellison 

Looney, Pickett, Hay, Johnson, Gunter, Haining 

Brown, Dickerson, Patterson, Chalfant, Gulley, Owen 

Curcio, Woodruff, Sowell, LeDuke 




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Men's Glee Club 

Officers 
Dr. A. P. Hamilton Directc 



R. \V. Campbell 

M. M. Caver 

Miss Magnolia Simpson . . 



President 

. Business Manager 
. Accompanist 



R. W. Campbell 
George Kurts 



David Longinotti 
w. t. mobley 



M. M. Caver 
Warren - Black 



Members 
First Tenor 

Elton Rouse 
Billy Longgrear 

Second Tenor 
Carl Brumfield 
John Culver 
Joe Ware 

First Bass 
J. H. Blakemore 
Robert Seawright 



George Rembert 
II. II. Ramsey 



James McLeod 
William Barksdale 



Charles LeDuke 
Edward Khayatt 



R. S. Simpson 
John Calhoun 



Second Bass 
David DuBard 

Quartettes 

Rouse, Caver, Blakemore, Vickery 
Kurts, McLeod, Calhoun, DuBard 



Hubert Vickery 
J. M. Collins 



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Girl s Glee Club 



Officers 

Dr. B. E. Mitchell Director 

Alice Ridgeway President 

Gladys Jones Business Manager 

Virginia Vance . . . Accompanist 



Members 
Ruth Ridgeway 
Mary Oliphant 
Ruth Gainey - 
Ouida Elzy 
Margaret Whisenhunt 
Martha Jane Holloway' 
Douglas Banks 
Mary Lynn Gould 
Rose Wells 
Willie Sullivan 
Mary Velma Simpson 

Mary Heald 



Melvin Simpson- 
Aetna M. Holloway^ 
Mildred Williams 
Gladys Bond 
Ruth Oliphant 
Jane Power 
Eleanor Waits 
Leola O'Neal 
Blanche Nesbitt 
Sally Horne 
Edith M. Enochs 



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First Row: Neblitt, Gilbert, Floyd, Kyle, Murphy', McLaurin 

Second Row: Calhoun, DuBard, Sills, Travis, Scott, Johnson 

Tlmd Row: Clark, Eichleberger, McCluney, Black, Carmichael, Looney 

Fourth Row: Lockett, Mobley, Embry. Seated: Hale. 



The Band 

Officers 



Prof. J. G Leonard Director 

Gilmer McLaurin Manager 

R. C. Embry S. E, B. Representative 

II. D. Carmichael . Librarian 

R. E. Tatum ... Drum Major 

Cornets 
Gilmer McLaurin Warren Black George Murphy 

Howard Kile II. D. Carmichael Virgil Johnston 

Floyd Looney 

Saxophones 
John Calhoun B. G. Eiciielberger D. V. DuBard 

W. J. McCluney Ralph Campbell Huron Hutcherson 

Trombones 
Wyatt Siiarpe Theo K. Scott 

Clarinets 
Howard McMullen D. A. Gilbert William Ffrris 

Baritones 
W. T. Mobley L. S. Kendrick 

Basses 
R. C. Embry Jack Rigcin 

Drums 
Carl Sills Ira Travis I.. H. Simmons, ]k. 



R. P. Neblett 
J. B. Clark 



Wayne Floyd 



Stye ItobaHljpla 





Ellison, Thompson, Blakemore, Nall, Wolfe 

Bishop, Currie 

Gulley, Wasson, Mounger, Looney, Young 



Ministerial Association 

Officers 

Roy Wolfe President 

F. L. Looney Vice-President 

Garnett Adair Secretary-Treasurer 

A. C. Bishop . . . Superintendent Service Department 
Ralph Nall Program Committee 

B. E. Meigs Program Committee 



J. T. Barrett 
H. C. Gordon 
E. A. Kelley 
E. H. Mounger 
W. F. Thompson 
R. E. Wasson 



Members 
H. C. Currie 
A. A. Gulley 
J. H. Blakemore 
W. H. McRaxey 
R. O. Walton 
R. Young 
T. R. Holt 



A. M. Ellison 
J. E. Isabel 
J. W. Leggett 
T. O. Prewitt 
L. A. Wasson 
M. H. McCormick 



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Caver, Dribblx, Carruth, Alford 
Ford, Bell, Barksdale, Bilbo 



Men s Pan-Hellenic Council 



Representatives 
Kappa Alpha 
Joe Ford J. YV. Alford 

Kappa Sigma 
M. M. Caver W. A. Bilbo 

Pi Kappa Alpha 
C. H. Carruth Edwin- Bell 

Thcta Kappa Nu 
W. B. Dribbex W. E. Barksdale 



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Ridgeway, Hughes, Bond, Gainey 
Nobles, Moore, Watkins, Jordan 



Women s Pan-Hellenic Council 



Representatives 
Phi Mu 

Sarah K. Hughes Jaxie Watkins 

Kappa Delta 
Ruth Gainey Mildred Nobles 

Beta Sigma O micron 
Alice Ridgeway Anelle Jordan 

Delta Zeta 
Gladys Bond Glenna Moore 



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Rkid, I. ingle, Calhoun, Lacey, Switzer, Touchstone 

Seawright, Travis, MacDonnel, Collins, Underwood 

Roberts, Currie, Alsobrook, Cashon, Priest, Calhoun 

Pre-Medical Club 

Officers 

Lee Reid President 

Linnie Lingle Vice-President 

B. F. Allen* Secretary-Treasurer 

Members 

Margaret Alsobrook W. C. Black H. K. Cashon 

Howard Calhoun J. M. Collins J. M. Calhoun 

Luther Currii: T. C. Cotten A. K. Doss 

Wm. R. Farris Curtis Harrison Charles E. Hooper 

Frank Lacev Wm. McMurtray Geo. Mui.lendore 

J. R. Priest T. L. Roberts R. M. Seawright 

J. J. Stagg C. C. Sutton Virginia Switzer 

L. S. Travis C. S. Touchstone Felix Underwood 

M. E. Ward Helen Grace Welch I. G. Wilson 



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McManus, Carruth, Holcombe, Scott 
Caver, Bilbo, Dribben, Boswell 

Athletic Council 

Officers 

Sexton McManus President 

C. H. Carruth Vice-President 

Robert Holcombe Secretary 

Theo. K. Scott Student Manager 

M. M. Caver Football Manager 

W. A. Bilbo Basketball Manager 

John Bennett Baseball Manager 

W. B. Dribben Track Manage* 

W. P. Boswell Tennis Manager 



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/•'/'/•.t/ A'oit'.- O'Neal, Wells, Waites, Brei.and, Gillis, Hennington, Jones, Finch 

Second Roil-: Alice Ridgeway, Stone, Ruth Ridgeway, Shanks, Holloway, Flurry, Gainey, 

Deare, Stf.f.n, Williams, Moore, Holloway 



Philomathean Literary Society 

Officers 

Marie Flunk . President 

Alice Ridgeway rice-President 

Myrtle Steen Secretary 

Linnie Lingle Treasure? 



Members 



Irene Breland 
Elvie Lee Gillis 
Margaret Whisenhunt 
Virginia Switzer 
Aetna Mills Holloway 
Susie Newell 
Elizabeth Deare 
Edna Earle Hennington 



Mildred Williams 
Irene Flurry 
Mary Lee Stone 
Ruth Ridgeway 
Nellie Gray Finch 
Dorothy Moore 
Leola O'Neal 
Martha Jane Holloway 



Edith Margaret Enochs 




Sratmtttips mxh §>ataxxtWB 



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Kappa Alpha 

Founded at Washington and Lee University in 18^5. 
Colors: Crimson and Old Gold Flowers: Magnolia and Red Rose 

Publication: "Kappa Alpha Journal" 

Alpha Mu Chapter 



Faculty Members 
J. Reese Lin A. P. Hamilton M. C. White 

Active Chapter 
Seniors 

Richard W. Fowler Joe F. Ford 

Juniors 

J. W. Alford Warren C. Black 

F. L. Covert Ralph W. Campbell 

Lee R. Reid Hovle A. Byrd 

♦Edwin T. Calhoun 

Sophomores 
W. Kenneth Bradley Frank M. Clark 

Reynolds Cheney J. Allan Fettf.rman 

Garner W. Green Buford Yerger 

*WlLLIAM J. McCLUNEY 



John Calhoun 
* Wip Robinson 
*Harold Casiion 



Freshmen 
Joe Ware 
*Luther Currie 
* Albert White 
John Clark 



*eugene how'rey 
*Edward Lindsey 
Robert Seawright 



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Ford, Reid, Alford, Campbell, Fowler 
Calhoun - , Byrd, Covert, Verger 
Clark, Bradley, McCluney, Cheney, Green- 
Black, Seawright, Ware, Calhoun 
currie, lln'dsey, howrey, white, cashon 



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appa 



Sig 



ma 



Founded at University of Bologna in 14.00 
Founded at University of Virginia in iS6y 



Colors: Scarlet, White, and Emerald 



Floioer: Lilv of the Vallev 



Publications: "Caduceus" and "The Star and Crescent" 



Alpha Upsilon Chapter 

Faculty Members 
<;. L. Harrell V. B. Hathorn B. O. Van Hook 

Active Chapter 
Seniors 
William A. B11.no Heber A. Ladner Eldon C Rouse M. M. Caver 

Juniors 
George W. Butler C. C. Hollomax D. G. McLaurin 

Sophomores 
C. A. Brumfield A. K, Doss W. H. Selman J. M. Culver 

W. Norton Miller Robert E. Tatum Frank H. Lvell C. L. Paxton 

W. L. Caston P. T. Fitzhugh 

Freshmen 

*Kenneth Wills *Howard McMii.lax *Bexjamix Harrell *Hilery Whatley 

'Charles Galloway *Philip Kolb *Galloway Corley *Neville Griffith 

*Malcome Galbreth *W alter Permenter *Philip B. Wilson *T. A. Gilbert 

•Claude Passo *James McLeod *Ezekial Candler 



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Caver, Rouse, Ladner 

Bilbo, Holloman, McLaurin, Butler, Selman 

Doss, Culver, Miller, Tatum, Fitzhugh 

Brumfielu, Lvell, Wilson, Galbreath, Corley 

McLeod, Wills, Kolb, Whatlev, Passo 

Harrell, Permenter, Griffith, Candler, McMillan 



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Pi Kappa Alpha 

Founded at University of Virginia in 1869. 
Colors: Garnet and Gold Flower: Lilly of the Valley 

Alpha Iota Chapter 



C. H. Carruth, Jr. 
J. Sexton McManus 



Seniors 
Lester P. Stagg 
Sidney Selvidge 



J. J. Stagg 
Robert IIolco.YiBE 



Juniors 

David C. Longinotti M. Emmett Wakd 

Ralph P. Welsh John D. Stokes, Jr. 

Jons W. Bealle Wyatt Sharp" 

Sophomores 

Howard E. Boone Emmett Harala 

W. T. Mobley *ROY DlXu.v 

*Erby McManus Edwin" B. Bell, Jr. 

*Coenus Gary 



Freshmen 

■George Wclbrecht 'Huron Hutcherson 

*Tom E. Pegram, Jr. "'Clarence Chalfant 

'John II. Finger 



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Carruth, McManus, Selvidge 

Stagg, Stagg, Holcombe, Bealle 

Welch, Loxgixotti, Ward, McMaxus 

Bell, Mobley, Boone, Gary 

WOLBRFCHT, FlXGER, ChALFAXT 



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Tketa Kappa Nu 

Founded ;it Drury College in 1924. 



Colors: Black, Crimson and Silver Flower: American Beauty Rose 

Publication: "Theta News" 

Mississippi Alpha Chapter 



('. W. Bailey 

G. T. KURTS 

R. C. Embry 



\Y. E. Barksdale 



M. H. Hale 
H M Pointer 
R. P. Neblett 



William Anderson 
*William Noiii.iv 
Walter Bivins 
'Dunnica Ott 



Seniors 

W. B. Dribben 

I. S. Travis 
W. K. Jones 

Juniors 
W. P. Boswell 

Sophomores 

•Ed Lamastus 
L. P. B. Lipscomb 
J. H. Lewis 
'Harry Woods 

Freshmen 

David DuBard 
*J. R. Priest 
*William Ervin 
*Thomas Roberts 



W. W. Floyd 

C. D. COLTHARP 

G. E. Reves 



C. F. Lacey 



R. C. Maynor 

J. B. Logan 

-William McMurtray 



*William Jacobs 
*Lee Travis 
Charles LeDuke 
Felix Underwood 



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Dribben, Bailey, Floyd, Kurts 
Travis, Coltharp, Emery, Jones, Reves 
Lacey, Boswell, Barksdale, Hale, Lipscomb 
Mayxor, Lfwis, Logan, Neblett, Lamastus 
Priest, Noblin, Jacobs, DuBard, Anderson- 
Travis, Ervin, LeDuke, Ott, Underwood 



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Pki Mu 



Founded at Wesleyan College in 1852. 
Colors: Rose and White Flovicr: Rose Carnation 

Publication: "Aglaia" 

Epsilon Chapter 



Willie Sullivan' 
Sarah K. Hughes 



Seniors 

Mary Oliphant 



Jane Power 
Ruth Oliphant 



Juniors 

Clara Lee Hikes *Mary Hudson 

Bessie George Donald *Laura Bennett 

Evelyn Hogue Janif. Watkins 

Mary Lynn Gould Warrene Ramsey 

Katherine Ross * Acnes Eubanks 

Sophomores 

Elizabeth Knox Lemma Gordon 

Elma Clark Jo Ellis Buie 

*Sarah Simmons Mary Agnes Dobbyns 

Martha Louise Holliday Frances McWillie 



* Pledges 



Freshmen 
"Lucy Murphy Mallico Martha Thompson 



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Power, Hughes, Ouphaxt 

Sullivan, Donald, Watkins, Gould, Hines 

Dobbyns, Clark, Hollidav, Gordon, Buie 

Knox, Bennett, Hogue, Ramsey, Eubanks 

Ross, McWillie, Hudson, Thompson 



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Kappa Delta 

Founded at Virginia Stair Normal College in iSgy 



Colors: Olive Green and White 



Publication: "Ange'.os" 



Mu Chapter 



Flower: White Rn>e 



Laura Day Stovall 
Emily White Stevens 
Mary Flowers Jackson- 



Seniors 

Ruth Gainey 
Virginia Vance 
Mary Frances Horne 

Marguerite Cruel 



Elizabfth Heidelberg 
Willanna Buck 
Elizabeth Teat 



Juniors 



Margaret Bynum 
Leone Shotwell 
'L'Marie Goodwin 
Mildred Nobles 



*Evelyn Ball 
♦Maurine Smith 

Bessie CofiK 
*Ellena Cutrer 



*Susie K. Woods 

Sophomores 
Elizabeth Allen Laura Lightcap 

Annabel Robinson Elizabeth Harrell 

•'Frances King 



Freshmen 

*Letitia Allen 
'Blanche Horne 
'Rose Wells 
*Lorene Foster 
*Grace Brownlee 
*Stella Mallett 

*Mary Meek 



'Hadenta Buck 
*Sara Owen King 
'Margaret Stovall 
*Edith M. Enochs 
*Theresa McDill 
*Alice Chilton 



-Pledges 



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Heidelberg, Gainey, Teat, Jackson - , Buck 

Vance, Horne, Nobles, Stovall, Lightcap 

Harrell, Allen, Ball, Cutrer, Smith, King 

Stovall, Woods, Foster, Allen, King 
Mallett, Meek, Chilton, Wells, Brownlee 



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Beta Sigma Omicron 

Founded at the University of Missouri in 18S 



Colors: Rubv and Pink 



Flowers: Richmond and Killarney Ros 
Publication: "The CJrn" 



Alpha Zeta Chapter 

Senior 
Alice Ridgeway 

Juniors 
Annelle Jordan: Mary Lee Stone 

Rosalie McKeithen 



bRESHMEN 
Ruth Ridgeway Carolyn Campbell 

Sarah Smith Mildred Clark 

Ruth Mann Leslie Ellis 

Susie Newell Margaret Alsobrook 

Lois Mann 



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Jordan, Ridgeway, Stone 

Campbell, Ridceway, Newell, Smith 

Ellis, Clark, Mann, Mann 



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Delta Zeta 

Founded at Miami University in 1902. 



Colors: Nile Green and Killarney Rose. 



Publication: "The Lamp. 



Floivcr: Killarnev Rose 



Alpha Omkua Chapter 

Sexiors 
Gladys Bond Sidney Brame 

Elizabeth Brame Olga LaBranche 

Doris Draper 

Junior 
Corinne Kent 

Sophomores 
Fred Alma Hutchinson Glenna Moore 

Freshmen 
Martha Benton Ruth Foreman 

Aline Everitt Blanche Nesbitt 

Alice Everitt Mary Wacaster 



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Bond, Brame, LaBranche, Draper 

Moore, Brame, Hutchinson 
Nesbitt, Everitt, Everitt, Kent 



105 




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When I was a student, gay and free, 

And life was a constant Thrill 

I belonged to a swell Fraternitee — 

And, of course, I belong to it still. 

And I bought me a pin bejeweled and smart, 

And it cost me a lot of dough, 

And I -wore it constantly , next to my heart, 

Or only a bit below. 

The law's decree and its firm intent — 

Which Brothers were bound to obey — 

Proclaimed that a pin could only be lent 

To its owner's Fiancee. 

And I kept that law to the letter thereof, 

For mine was a loyal flame; 

That pin is held by a long-lost Love — 

/ wish I remembered her name! 



Ted Ro bix sox 



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HONORARY 




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Sigma Upsilon 



(LITERARY) 

Founded at the University of the South 
Colors: Green and Gold Publication: "News Letter" 

Kit Rat Chapter 



M. C. White 



J. M. Maclachlan 



Faculty Members 
A. G. Sanders 

Student Members 
R. W. Fowler P. P. Perritt 

Chapter Roll 



R. H. Moore 



Emmett Ward 



SOPHERIM University of the South 

OSIRIS Randolph-Macon College 

CALUMET Vanderbilt University 

SENIOR ROUND TABLE University of Georgia 

ODD NUMBER University of North Carolina 

BOAR'S HEAD Transylvania College 

SCRIBBLERS University of Mississippi 

KIT KAT Millsaps College 

COFFEE HOUSE Emory University 

FORTNIGHTLY Trinity College 

ATTIC University of Alabama 

GORDON HOPE William and Mary College 

GRUB STREET University of Washington 

BLUE PENCIL Davidson College 

YE TABARD IN.,' University of Oregon 

SPHINX Hampden-Sidney College 

UTAH SCRIBBLERS University of Utah 

ROTUNDA University of Virginia 

LANIER University of Tennessee 

SESAME Washington and Lee University 

STYLUS Southwestern University 

LANTHORNE University of Akron 

GAMMA PHI PSI University of Missouri 

WRITERS University of Richmond 

FLORIAN Washington University 

PELICAN QUILL Tulane University 

KAPPA LAMBDA ALPHA Iowa State College 

oMEOA KM'SILon Qniversitj ol Imihu.Uk 

BETA PSI University of Illinois 

CANTERBURY Wofford College 

ISIS Presbyterian College of South Carolina 

ELZEVIRS Birmingham Southern University 

ALPHA GAMMA EPSiLON Howard Collegi 

GAMMA GAMMA SIGMA University of Louisville 

THE WOR1 iSMlTIIS University of Nebraska 



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Fowler, Perritt, Maclachlan 

White 

Moore, Ward, Sanders 



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Omicron Delta Kappa 



(student leadership) 
Founded at Washington and Lee University in /<;/-/ 

Colors: Blue and White Publication; "The Circle' 

Pi Circle 



A. P. Hamilton 
M. C. White 



L. L. Wheeless 
R. W. Fowler 
(' II. Carruth 



Faculty Members 
B. E. Mitchell 

Student Members 

Sexton McManus 
George Reves 
I. W. Ai.iord 



R. II. Moore 
D. M. Key 



I'. !>. Pkrritt 
W. B. Dribben 
D. G. McLalrin 



Roll of Circles 

ALPHA Washington and Lee University 

BETA Johns Hopkins University 

GAMMA University of Pittsburg 

DELTA Davidson College 

EPSILON University of Richmond 

ZETA Centre College 

ETA William and Mary College 

Til ETA University of Akron 

IOTA University of Alabama 

KAPPA Birmingham Southern University 

LAMBDA Hampden-Sidney College 

MU Emory University 

NU University of Kentucky 

XI Lehigh University 

OMICRON University of Virginia 

PI Millsaps College 

RHO Duke University 

SIGMA University of Maryland 

TAUT Ohio Weslevan University 

UPSILON Dickinson College 

PI 1 1 Southwestern University 

CHI University of South Carolina 

PSI Allegheny College 

OMEGA Alabama Polytechnic 



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Wheeless, McManus, Perritt 

Fowler, Dribben, Carruth, Reves 

Alford, McLaurin 7 , White, Moore 

Hamilton, Kev, Mitchell 



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Pi K 



Delt; 



appa ueixa. 

( forensic) 
Publication: "The Forensic" 

Millsaps Petitioning Chapter 

Faculty Members 
Professor C. F. Nesbitt Professor M. C. White 

Student Members 
L. L. Wheeless J. H. Hlakemore 

P. P. Perritt Blford Yerger 

J. W. Alford 

Degrees 

Fraternity Ruby Eye in key 

Proficiency . . . Pearl Eye in key 

Honor Emerald Eye in key 

Special Distinction Diamond Eye in key 



Orders 

Oratory Ruby Circl 

Debate Pearl Circl 

Instruction Emerald Circl 

Honorary Saphire Circl 

Two Orders Turquoise Circlt 

Three Orders Diamond Circl 



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Perritt, Wheeless, Alford 

Blakf.more 

Yerger, Nesbitt, White 



Sty? Sabasljtfia 






Colors: Gold and Blue 



Alpha Psi Omega 

(dramatic) 
Founded at West Virginia State College 

Alpha Pi Cast 



Publication: 



The Plavhill' 



Faculty Mem hers 
M. C. White R. H. Moore 



P. P. Perritt Marie Flink 

Marguerite Crui.i. \V. B. Dribben 



Student Members 

R. P. Neblett Margaret Bynum Clara Lee Hixes 

Frances Kivn J. W. Alford Evelyn Ball 

Roll of Casts 



ALPHA Faiimount State College 

BETA Marshall College 

GAMMA Washington and Lee University 

DELTA Acadia University 

EPSILON Lynchburg College 

ZETA Western State College 

ETA The College of Idaho 

THETA Missouri Wesleyan College 

H >TA University of Maryland 

KAPPA Texas State Tea. Tiers College 

LAMBDA Kentucky Wesleyan College 

MU University of Texas 

NLT Western LTnion College 

XI California State Teach, is College 

OMICRON Wilmington College 

PI Wofford College 

RHO Lincoln Memorial University 

SIGMA Linfield College 

TA U Washington State Teachers College 

UPSILON Kansas Wesleyan University 

I'll I Colorado Teachers College 

CHI Buena Vista College 

PSI Lindwood College 

( >MEGA Iowa Wesleyan I lollege 

ALPHA ALPHA Concordia College 

ALPHA BETA Coker College 

ALPHA GAMMA Morningside College 

ALPHA L1ELTA Tarkio College 

ALPHA EPS1 LON Westminister College 

ALPHA ZETA Central College 

ALPHA ETA Minnesota Teachers College 

ALPHA THETA McKen.lree College 

ALPHA IOTA Central Wesleyan College 

ALPHA KAPPA Washington University 

ALPHA LAMBDA Wisconsin Teachers College 

ALPHA MLT Emory and Henry College 

ALPHA NU Colgate University 

ALPHA XI Arkansas College 

ALPHA OMICRON Pennsylvania State Teachers College 

ALPHA Pi Millsaps College 

ALPHA RHO Wabash College 

ALPHA SIGMA Fresno State College 

ALPHA TALI University of Richmond 

ALPHA LTPSILON Cotner College 

alpha phi Taylor University 

ALPHA CHI Broaddus College 

ALPHA PSI Temple University 

ALPHA OMEGA Augustana College 

BETA ALPHA Dickinson College 



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Perritt, Bynum, Hines, Dribben 

Flikk, Alford, Crull 

White, Neblett, Kixg, Moore 



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Chi Delta Phi 

(literary) 

Founded at the University of Tennessee in igig 

Colors: Blue and Gold Publication: "Litterateur" 

Iota Chapter 



Emily White Stevens 
Virginia Vance 



Leone Shotwell 
Olga LaBranche 



Ruth Gainey 
Willana Buck 



Roll of Chapters 

Alpha University of Tennessee 

Beta Hamilton College 

Gamma University of Nebraska 

Delta University of Alabama 

Epsilon University of Utah 

Zeta Duke University 

Eta University of Georgia 

Theta William and Mary College 

Iota Millsaps College 

Kappa Vanderbilt University 

Lambda Georgetown College 

Mu Howard College 

Nu Akron University 

Xi u University of Kentucky 

micron Shorter College 

Pi Florida State College for Women 

Rho Oklahoma A. and M. 

Sigma ... Andrew College 

Tan University of North Carolina 

V psilon . University of Missouri 

Phi Oklahoma City University 



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Labranche, Buck 

Stevens 

Vance, Gainey 




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Eta Sigma 



(scholarship) 
Founded locally at Millsaps in 1923. Petitioning Phi Beta Kappa. 



Members 



Mary Flowers Jackson 
Ruth Gainey 
Elizabeth Heidelberg 
Virginia Vance 
Sarah Shanks 
John Bettersworth 



Leon L. Wheeless 
Willanna Buck 
Jane Power 
Sidney Selvidge 
Mary Frances Horne 
Harry Phillips 



Olga LaBranche 



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Gainey, Wheeless, Power, LaBranche 

Phillips, Buck, Heidelberg, Bettersworth 

Vance, Horne, Selvidge, Jackson 



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Comrades, gird your swords tonight, 

For the battle is with dawn. 

Oh, the clash of shields together, 

With the triumph coming on! 

Greet the foe 

And lay him low, 

When strong men fight together! 

Richard Hovey 




©ook Hour . 



Qthletics 



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Coach Hale 



Coach Young 



Coach Van Hook 

The Coaches 

A perfect football machine, full of dynamic energy, and an excellent strategist, is Edwin 
"Goat" Hale — the Majors' head coach of football and baseball. As an athletic mentor his pur- 
pose has been to have winning teams, and he has taken pains to build them. To him is due the 
credit for lifting Millsaps' football and baseball from the mediocrity of former years to the po- 
sition they now occupy — in a class with other good teams. And to him will He due the majority 
of credit for the future of the Majors in these two sports. His men admire him for his strong 
character and unquestioned ability, and because of the discipline that he has always demanded. 
The student body is behind him and gives its loyal support. "Goat" has just finished his second 
year at Millsaps and his first year as head coach. 

Benjamin Ormand Van Hook, who in the capacity of Athletic Director determines the who, 
when, where, and wherewithal of the Majors' schedules, is perhaps the busiest man on the campus. 
He began his career as a Millsaps coach a few years back when he coached the Freshman teams. 
He was the favorite of each incoming class and his excellence won for him his present high po- 
sition. Besides his general athletic responsibilities he is head coach of basketball and assistant 
in football and baseball. To him also Millsaps' Athletics are greatly indebted. "Coach's' pop- 
ularity with his teams and the student body is well deserved. 

"A good scout, any way you take him" — may be said of the Freshman Mentor, "Slim" Young 
— whether he is ferreting out and diagnosing the plays of an opposing eleven or just "being him- 
self." He came to us from a responsible position with Meridian High to guide the destinies of 
the Freshmen, and although this is but his first year he has won his place already. Other than 
first year sports, "Slim" coaches track, and, incidentally, he is quite a track man himself, holding 
the S. I. A. A. record for the pole vault. The sport here under his tutelage should flourish. He 
is an old Millsaps man of the time of "Tuck" Henley and "Pole" Webb. 



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THE FOOTBALL SQUAD 



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eason 



The victorious season of '28 was perhaps the best ever experienced by Major gridders in the 
history of Millsaps. Losing only tliree games out of nine played, and piling up 140 points to 
their opponents' 86, they accomplished more than enough to be proud of. 

Meeting Clarke College in the initial clash of the season, the Major crew worked under a 
great handicap in being forced to cover up practically all of their better plays. Saving their 
best bets for the Choctaw contest they played straight, hard football to win, 7-0. 

The following week the team met their first defeat of the year at the hands of Birmingham- 
Southern, T2-o. However, they gave a good account of themselves, putting up a game fight 
against their heavier, more powerful opponents. A lack of reserve strength on the Major side- 
lines was a decisive factor in the defeat. Captain McManus and "Goat" Hale played exception- 
ally well. 

On October 13, playing a militant game, the Majors downed the Spring Hill Badgers at 
Mobile by the count of 6-0. Brainy, heads up football was responsible for the win. Unleashing 
an unexpected, powerful, running offensive, the Purple team mastered the situation at all times 
and, except for some bad breaks, would have rung up a higher score. "Goofy" Wright was 
right in this game. 

Friday of the Fair the game, scrapping Majors went up against the powerful Mississippi Col- 
lege Choctaws and overwhelming odds. Their newly-found fight and great football playing, 
however, evened things up and it ended in a 6-6 deadlock. The Purple defense against the far- 
famed Indian passes was impregnable and only an untimely break was responsible for the Choc- 



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taw touchdown. The Majors made three drives during the (;amf which ended inside the Blue 
and Gold 5-yard stripe, while the Braves threatened only once — a loose ball recovered on Mill- 
saps' 2-yard line. Bealle, Bell, Selman and McManus were outstanding. 

The next week an over-confident Purple team met Louisiana Normal at the stadium and in 
the early minutes of the first period found themselves trailing, 6-0. Realizing their position, they 
shoved over three quick touchdowns and from then on were never in danger. Before the final 
whistle the Majors crossed the Louisiana goal line five times for a total of 32 points. The Normal 
team in the last quarter scored twice more against the Major reserves, who finished the game. 
It was a sensational contest featured by many long runs and fast, open plays. For Millsaps 
Punch McDaniels, Cap'n Mac and Charlie Strait were the stars. Final score, Majors, 32; 
Louisiana, 19. 

It was November 3rd that the Majors showed what a great little team they really were when 
they struck the Tulane Greenies at New Orleans. A gamer, scrappier eleven never set foot in the 
Tulane bowl. Against one of the greatest teams in Dixie the Purple crew went out to win. For 
the first two periods the great green wave was fought to a standstill. All the first half the ball 
was held in Tulane Territory with the Green eleven desperately holding off each Major thrust. 
Reserve strength told the tale. The Purple squad came on the field to start the second half with 
a battered line and a backfield that had shot its bolt. The Greenies came back fresh and untir- 
ing, and with a massive, charging line, the famous "Blondy Bill" Banker pounded through be- 
hind terrific interference to finally crush the weakened, but fighting Major team. The score 
was 27-0. 

After putting up such a great exhibition at New Orleans the squad met their next opponents, 
doped to win and overconfident. At Ruston, Louisiana, they suffered the only humiliating de- 
feat of the season. The L. P. I. Bulldogs caught the Purple off their guard and swept them back 
to a 15-7 loss. The Majors outplayed the Bulldogs, but were the victims of bad breaks through- 
out and failed to get their attack going. Jake Miller alone played in consistent form. 

Home-coming found the Majors facing the Southwestern Louisiana Wildcats on a muddy 
field. Stung by the defeat of the past week, and playing before the expectant home-coming 
crowd, the team played inspiring])' to win by a top-heavy score over the team that previously 
had licked L. P. L, 41-0. The Purple pushed over three quick touchdowns at the start and were 
never headed. Jake Miller's 76-yard run for touchdown, and "Goofy" Wright's 65-yard run 
to the goal featured the game. Jones, at tackle, played a great game, as did McManus and 
Bealle, linesmen. Final score, 31-7. 

It was on Thanksgiving that the Purple wave hit its true stride. With the Union Bulldogs 
opposing, Captain McManus, playing his. iast game as a Major, led an eleven into the Jackson 
stadium that was on that day invincible. The Majors were at the peak of their game and from 
the beginning the contest was a riot, a massacre. Scoring at will, twice in the first period, twice 
in the second, three times in the third, and once in the last, the Purple literally battered the 
bewildered Bulldogs down to the most crushing defeat ever administered by a Millsaps team. 
The final score was 51-0. Sweeping the ends, slashing off tackle, and plunging through the mid- 
dle of a charging, forward wall, the militant backs drove down the field for touchdowns time 
after time. McManus wore his purple jersey for the last time, and playing the game of his life, 
was an inspiration to his teammates throughout. The entire backfield was running on schedule 
with Jones and Selman playing stellar roles in the line. This game drew the curtain on the '2S 
schedule. Watch 'em go in '29! 



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BOSWELL— "Potts," 
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year, son. 

MILLER — "Jake" was Millsaps' sensational Sophomore half. Fast and 
shifty, he was always a threat on the offense and played a strong de- 
fensive game. New Orleans newspapers classed him as one of the best 
seen on the Tulane field in several years. Two years left. 
McMANLS — "Cap'n Mac" drew the curtain on his career as a Major 
last season, having played the full period in every game for three years 
with the exception of three minutes. He was all-state center for two 
3'ears and one of the best gridders Millsaps has ever produced. 
BILBO — "Gov" made up for his lack of weight with speed and a knowl- 
edge of the game. A good little quarter who will be missed next year. 
KELLY — "Kelly" at guard was one of the mainstays of the line. His 
ability and fight will make him still better next year. 

BEALLE — "Johnny" played an end and few plays went around him. He 
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back next year. 

COTTEN — "Cotten" had more drive ptr pound than any man on the 
squad. Small, but with lots of speed and grit. 

WRIGHT — "Goofy" deserved the confidence placed in him by his team- 
mates when they elected him next year's captain. Heavy and fast on his 
feet, he hits the line and runs the ends equally well. A good passer and 
kicker, he is everything a fullback should be. 

WELSH — When "Kid" took quarter the team played real football. Fine 
on the defense with his hard tackling, he also was popular with the men. 
BELL — "Eboo" could snag passes from any position and at any angle. 
Light, but fast and nervy, he was a good end. Remember the Choctaw 
game ? 

MAYNOR — "Molly" took over a regular varsity tackle as soon as he 
graduated from the Frosh ranks. Lots of good gains went through holes 
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HOLCOMBE — "Robert" knew how to play guard and had the ability to 
do it better than most men. A broken arm in mid-season put him out of 
the game while he was at his best. He will be missed in the line next 
year. 

GRAHAM — "Fred" came to Millsaps his Freshman year as an all-South- 
ern High tackle and immediately fell into line as a reliable forward. He 
loved the game and gave his best always. 

STRAIT — "Charlie" played a good end until the team met Tulane. And 
then, lie starred. His pass receiving kept the "Greenies" in hot water 
the entire game. Another fleet, powerful Sophomore. 

McDANIELS — "Punch" carried 160 pounds of hard bone and muscle, 
and when he hit he jolted. A powerful, courageous back who has two 
more years of regular varsity ability. 

ROl'SE — "Pat" was shifted last year from the backtield to the line and 
there found the position which he played best. A strong, rangy guard who 
was hard to take out of a play. 

BOUNDS — "George," during his four years at Millsaps, showed real 
spirit. He came out and fought for a berth on the team and never let 
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McManus played. A hard worker and a fighter who will take up where 
Cap'n Mac left off. 

HALE — "Little Goat" comes from a family of football players and has 
played the game all his life. He made the Majors an excellent field gen- 
eral and kicker, besides being a good man at interference. Another Sopho- 
more who played regularly. 

HOLLOMAX — "Bo," the lightest man on the squad, fai'ed to get in many 
games, but when he did play, he did it well. 

CAMPBELL — "Ted" backed up the line with the best of them and his 
twisting runs have been good for some substantial gains. He plays full 
and half and has another year. 

SELMAN — "Kid" is another Soph who made a regular tackle and played 
it like a veteran. The Choctaw backs won't forget him. 

MAPP — "Mapp" could handle the offensive and defensive jobs at end 
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First Row (sitting); Caver, assistant coach; R Ott, Gordon", DunAway, Eubanks, D. Ott, 
LeDuke. Second Ro^: Chalfant, Curcio, Isabel, Khayatt, Harrell, Permentter, Ro- 
mano. Third Row. Passo, Jacobs, Jones, Ervin, Norton, Robinson, Skipper, Moon. 



Freshman Football 

Coach Young and Iris powerful group of Freshmen spent more 
time this season versing themselves in football fundamentals than 
in organizing too compactly into a team and playing a definite sched- 
ule; hut showed as the season progressed the fine potentialities of 
the men for the Varsity next year. It was the plan of the coach- 
ing staff that they not become too organized and develop peculiari- 
ties hard to eradicate in their varsity career. So blocking, tackling, 
kicking, passing, and scrimmaging the Varsity — with a number of 
well played games — comprised the Frosh routine for the past year. 
In scrimmages with the Varsity they gave, as well as obtained, 
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The games played were hard fought. Decatur was defeated by a 
close margin in the first game of the season. Clarke College, over 
whom the Varsity barely eked out a 6-0 victory, defeated the Minor 
gridsters by scoring late in a struggle that was "anybody's" game. 
Perkinston was played on the coast and tied. The Mississippi 
College Papooses, highly touted to win, were decisively beaten at 
Clinton. The last game of the season at Carthage resulted in a tie. 
"Slim" Young, the coach, was well liked by his men and received 
excellent co-operation. At the end of the season for the first time 
in the history of the institution Freshmen were invited to the varsity 
banquet and presented with sweaters. 



Results of the Season 

Fresh Opponents Place 

6 Decatur o . . Campus 

8 Clarke College 28 . Fairgrounds 

13 Perkinston 13 ... . Coast 

20 Papooses O . . . Clinton 

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VARSITY BASKETBALL 

The 1929 Major basketball crew experienced a season 
only a little better than mediocre. This was in part due to 
the fact that there was only one regular letter man returned 
from the 1928 line-up, and partly due to the fact that Coach 
Van Hook found it a difficult job to assemble a combination 
that worked well together. The season's wins totaled 12 
with nine losses. 

Captain "Goober" Carruth and Charlie Strait were the 
most consistent performers on the team. "Goober" was 
the left-over from the year before and Charlie, a sophomore, 
who filled the other guard vacancy very capably. These 
two men were highly instrumental in all the Purple wins. 
Jones, a transfer from Clarke, played forward ami possibly 
was the outstanding goal-tosser of the quint. A better de- 
fensive team would be hard to find in this section, but it 
was the lack of offensive strength which kept the Majors 
from producing an excellent array of cagers, and the same 
weakness was responsible for their early elimination from 
the S. I. A. A. tournament. Three other men played regu- 
larly besides those above. They were Wright, center. Mapp 
and Ladner, forwards. 

One of the high lights during the course of the season 
was the decisive drubbing handed the Mississippi Choctaws 
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Millsaps Opponents 

30 Vicksburg "Y" 18 

51 Saint Stanislaus . . 21 



30 Saint Stanislaus 18 

30 Memphis "Y" 18 

ii Southwestern (Memphis) 38 

24 Southwestern (Memphis) 28 

28 Union 41 

31 Union 36 

42 Bemis "Y" (Tenn.) 36 

52 Centenary 25 

36 . . . Centenary 27 

32 Mississippi Colloge 12 

24 Mississippi College 27 

29 ..... . . Mississippi College 33 

29 Mississippi College 32 

35 L. P. 1 44 

39 L. P. 1 46 

52 Southwestern (Memphis) 29 

H Southwestern (Memphis) 25 

51 . . . . . Saint Stanislaus 28 

56 Saint Stanislaus 38 






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Majorette Basketball 



Placing on the floor an excellent first-string six anil supporting 
them with a well-coached group of reserves, Mrs. Brumfield developed 
a co-ed basketball team the past season which ranked with the best of 
former Majorette machines. Due to the fact that only two of the 1927 
regulars were back in the Line-up as a nucleus with which to work, the 
Coach is due a great deal of credit for the fine showing made by the 
sextette in their engagements over the state. Eleven victories to four 
losses was the record attained for the past year. 

Captain Myrtle Steen at center and Linnie Lingle at forward were 
the mainstays who formerly had played under Millsaps colors. The 
other four who played regularly. Flurry, forward; Ratlift, center; and 
Loflin and Morgan, guards, were all new but gave good accounts of 
themselves. A fast passing attack in the center court, accurate shooting 
by the forwards, and a pair of strong guards, all went to round out the 
team which fought valiantly at all times and served to keep the high 
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Results 01 the Season 

Opponents 

. Hillman College 25 

. Hillman College 29 

. Vicksburg "Y. W." 23 

. Vicksburg "Y. W." 22 

Delta State Teachers 29 

Delta State Teachers 35 

Ole Miss Co-Eds 22 

Ok Miss Co-Eds 30 

. Womans College 38 

. Womans College 33 

. Copiah-Lincoln 31 

. Grenada College 25 

. Grenada College 4 

. . Perkinston 14 

. . Belhaven 22 



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Jacobs, Jones, Nobliv, Passo 

Harrell, Greenlee, Anderson (mcr.), Moser, Permenter 

Hays, Heri.oxg, Dunawav, Hull 

Freshman Basketball 

The Frosh cagers of '29 were ably coached by "Slim" Young and toward the 
close of the season were showing form that within a year or two should place several 
of them on the Varsity. The inability to organize into a team and to develop a better 
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First Row: Cammack, Flowers, Scott, Ford, Bilbo, Butler, Haixixg. 

Second Row: Shipman, McDaxiels, Hale, Hollomax, Ellisox, Rouse, Miller, Harala, Ladxer. 

Third Row: Coach Hale, Miller, Wright, Selmax, Caver, Carruth, "Podxuh Bex." 



Varsity Baseball 

"Goat" Hale begins his second Spring as Major baseball mentor 
this year and from all indications will place on the field a team on a 
par with any in the state. "Goat" knows baseball and has formerly 
played in fast company, and with his men already disciplined and pos- 
sessing a knowledge of the game, his job will consist mainly in keeping 
them on their toes and keeping them fit. Only a few of last year's letter- 
men are missing and the squad does not lack plenty of reserve ability. 
The infielders are fast and can field and hit for themselves. And with 
a hard-hitting outfield, the team will not be weak at the slugging end 
of the game. The only probable weakness lies in the moundsmen. Six 
or eight men are cut for the jobs but none have done outstanding work 
in the past. However, with more experience and with the approach of 
warm weather, they are expected to come around with greater develop- 
ment and by the time the season gets under sail should compose a very 
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Seated: Nall, Gouldman, Hassell, Arringtov, Bell, Galbreath, Looney. 
Standing: Coach Young, Barrett, Simpson, Hay, Gulley, Gunter, Ott, LeDuke. 



Varsity Track 

After "Slim" ^ oung left Millsaps some years back, the Millsaps 
track team ceased to exist. Slim was a team in himself, capable of en- 
tering any of the track's events but specializing in jumping and the 
pole vault. He established several records in the South and in the S. 
I. A. A. in the latter branch. And now he comes back to his Alma 
Mater not as a team, but in the capacity of Coach. And under his 
tutelage the sport should flourish. A large number of men are turning 
out and keeping the cinder path warm with intensive training. Mill- 
saps' track team has its future assured in that at its beginning it has a 
wealth of material and a jam-up Coach who can bring the material out. 

Meets are being arranged by the director of Athletics and by the 
time mid-season is here the men should be in good shape and ready for 
all comers. May the Purple's initial venture in the field of tracks and 
hurdles be a successful and victorious one. 



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Boswell, Fowler, Martin, Wilson, Sessions 



Varsity Tennis 

Millsaps tennis has always been a successful sport and in '28 ex- 
perienced one of its best years. The same four who made letters in 
that year are back in harness and ready for the schedule. Sessions, 
Fowler, Boswell, and Ford are the members of the team, Ford being 
lost to baseball this Spring. However, in Martin, Wilson, and Doss, 
Professor White, coach, has some good reserves who can easily take the 
places of any of the veterans after a little tournament experience. 

The College courts during the winter months have been recon- 
structed and are now in fine shape for the racquet wielders to begin 
their early practice sessions. 

Although faced by a difficult schedule, the men are anxious to begin 
the season and are preparing themselves for the tougher opposition which 
they will strike with the arrival of warm weather. 



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Prettiest Co-ED — Willanna led the field by a good margin, being ahead of Jane, 
175 votes to 137. Elizabeth Knox ran third with 103, and Martha Thompson close 
behind with 95. Elizabeth Heidelberg was fifth with So markers. 

Representative Co-ED — Elizabeth beat Marie Flink, her only rival, 49 to 28. 

Master Major — Mac got it, as expected, with 115 votes. Leon Wheelcss was 
next with 41 . 

Most Popular Co-ED — Marie walked off with it — 12s to Elizabeth Heidel- 
berg's iS. 

Most Stylish Co-ed — Jo Ellis beat Elizabeth Knox with 95 to 11. 

Most Sophisticated Co-ed — With what began as a close race, Jane took the 
laurels from Theresa McDill, 7s, and 32. 

Most Sophisticated Max — In one of the closest races. J. W. Alford won out 
over Morris Caver, 42 to 39. 

Most Intellectual Student — Wheeless won easily over Maclachlan by an 85 
to 1 5 count. 

Most Accomplished Student — Campbell beat Wheeless and "Pinky" Blakemore 
with 37 votes. Leon polled 33 and "Pinky" id. 

Best LlKED Prof. — Van Hook and Puffesser Moore tied up, 50 all. Prof. White 
came next with 24. 

Faculty Villain — Prof. Blackwell took it from Prof. Lin with 43 votes to 28. 

The Turrible Frosh — Zeke Candler won over Whatley, 70 to 29. Frosh Byrd 
and Hooker also ran. 

Most Popi ear Mw — With an even tOO, "Pinky" Blakemore led an assorted 
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SEPTEMBER 

-Frightened Frosh pour in. Cocky upper-classmen. 

-Freshmen register. Worried looks over Math and English. 

-Formal opening. Usual uninteresting blah-blah in the Chapel. 

-I pper-classmen registration. General mix-up and greetings. 

-Classes begin. College night. Shaven heads. 

-Interest in football. 

-Same old Sunday idleness. 

-Everything settling down. Rushing in full swing. 

-Fraternity smokers. The Frosh — King for a day. 

-Freshman eleven wins first game, 6-0. 

-Majors lick Clarke, 7-0. 

-The Kappa Deltas and Phi Mus are in love. 



OCTOBER 

1 — "V" Party. New co-eds create sensation. 

4. — Pep Meetings. 

6 — A. and M. and Tulane at new stadium. Majors lose at Birmingham. 

8-9 — Parties galore. Rush season closing. 
11 — Pledge day. Much crying and wringing of hands among co-eds. Other frat, nonsensical 

fol-de-rol. 
12 — Goating opens up. Sun sets on regime of the Frosh. 
13 — Majors travel all the way to Mobile to beat Spring Hill. 
15 — Fair begins. Everything points to Choctaw scrap. 
19 — The Choctaw deadlock, 6-6. A great game. 
20 — L. S. U. smothers A. and M. at stadium. 
23 — Lethargy. The reactional let-down after Fair Week. 
24 — Hen house weiner roast. Nonchalant peanuts. 
26 — Things boresome. Little success in keeping this impersonal. 
27 — Majors 32, Louisiana Normal 19. Punk game. Football interest waning. 
29 — Chapel song approaches a chorus by faculty. 

30 — Dean Mitchell pulls embarrassing bone in Chapel. The O. D. K. key. 
31 — Hallowe'en. Very little disorder. 



NOVEMBER 

1 — Co-eds are sweet — but all wet. 

2 — N'awleens bound. 

3 — Tulane wins, 27-0. 

5-6 — The days after the week-end before. Hangovers the rage. 

9 — Opening seems far away. Exams loom in the offing. 
10 — Majors, 7; L. P. L, 15. Damn! 
11 — Six-weeks tests and B. B. Jones' apples. 

12-13 — General student unrest. An under-current of excitement over nothing at all. 
16 — Minors trounce Papooses, 20-0. Wow! 
17 — Homecoming — Rain — New Bowl — Misery, 
20-21 — Bores — foolish routines — "Thank You' 
22 — Practice on the play gets under way. 
24 — Majors prep for Union. 

26 — Initial intra-mural football game. Shades of the Inquisition. 
29 — Thanksgiving. Dampness — Turkey — The Union Massacre, 5 
30 — Daily News all-state team is a joke. 



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DECEMBER 

i — Faculty bans dancing. Suppressed smiles. 

5 — Exams one week away. Boot-licking and studious attitudes. 

6 — Basketball practice. 

7 — Majorettes lick Hillman in the GYM ? 

8 — Theta Kappa Nu's win campus football championship from Galloways, 8-6. 
io — Science Hall construction well under way. 
12 — Exams begin. A fadeout. 
19 — Exams end. Home to Christmas and the flu. 

JANUARY 

1 — Students griped at necessity of returning on New Year's. 

2 — Classes begin. Duties resumed resignedly. 

5 — Frat pledges in throes of despair over term averages. 

7 — The axe falls. Some bust out. Others extend consolations and congratulations. 
10 — -"Stop Thief" and Glee Club plan trips. Practices monotonous. 
14 — Special exams start. Seniors can't flunk a subject. "Oi, Oi." 
18 — Bobashela Popularity Contest. A noticeable lack of politicing. 
21 — Basketball season swings into stride. Majors down Memphis "Y". 

25 — The usual, mid-winter, hum-drum existence. Even a drunk Prof, would alarm no one. 
30 — A good basketball team. 

FEBRUARY 

1 — Play, "Stop Thief" is presented. It's good. 

5 — Intra-mural basketball. And rain, smoke, and mud. 
11 — Mississippi College takes three out of four in series. Well. 
13 — We'll get 'em in the tournament. 

16 — Self-appointed auditors. Disgustingly selfish, childish antics by an authority. 
17 — The Carnival Ball. A Millsaps co-ed honored. You don't shay. 
20 — May the twentieth. That's our story and we'll stick to it. 
24-25 — Grand Opera takes the city. Full dress and ushers and pretense. 

MARCH 

1-2-4-5 — The S. A. I. I. Tournament. Choctaws come through. Well. 

8 — Exams again draw near. 

9 — Gallowaians cinch intra-mural basketball championship. 
12 — Spring. Lazy days filled with sunshine — warm nights — Sheerest dresses. It's not so bad 

after all. 
13 — Rain — Drearyness — Disillusionment. What's the use? 
15 — Exams — Coffee — Light bills. 

22 — Second term over. Third term seems short. Graduation plans. 
24 — It will have been a great year. Bobashela goes to press. Gosh! 



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A farcical fact in three acts by 

Carlyee Moore 



The characters appear in the order in which they are named. 

THE CAST 

Joan Carr Margaret Bynum 

Mrs. Carr • Evelyx Ball 

Caroline Carr Marie Flixk. 

Madge Carr Clara Lee Hixes 

Nell Fraxces Kixg 

William Can- • • . . . .J. W. Alford 

James Cluney R. P. Neblett 

Mr. Jamison • ■ . W. B. Dribbex 

/)/•. Willoughby Robert Seawright 

Rev. Mr. Spelain ... L. P. Stagg 

Jack Doogan . ■ P. P. Perritt 

Joe Thompson ... Howard Willi ford 

Sergeant of Police Billy Loxggrear 

Police Officer O'Malley James McLeod 

Police Officer Clancy Ralph Campbell 

Police Officer O'Brien • . . . • Floyd LoONEY 

A Chauffeur David Longinotti 

Presented by special arrangement with Samuel French of New York. 



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Directory of Advertisers 


1929 B 


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The Emporium 




John C. Carter 


Kennincton's 




Miss. School Supply Co. 


Heidelberg's 




Etheredge Cleaners 


Capital National Bank 




Jackson Shoe Hospital 


Downing Locke 




J. C. Hood 


Union Depot Service Station 




Jackson Fish & Oyster Co. 


Edwards Hotel 




Acme Bakery 


Enochs Lumber Co. 




J. M. Black 


The Hub 




Royal Barber Shop 


McNair Ice Cream Co. 




Jackson Steam Laundry 


Capital Chevrolet Co. 




Sellers Motor Co. 


R. H. Green 




Watkins, Watkins & Eager 


Reeves Dept. Store 




Taylor Furniture Co. 


Logan Phillips 




Scott Kelly Co. 


Mississippi Power and Light Co. 




North End Grocery 


Dixie Manufacturing Co. 




W. T. Nichols Co. 


Seale Lily 




Tucker Printing House 


Jackson Daily News 




Drs. Magee and Galloway 


Imperial Drug Co. 




Lake's Celery 


Sam Raines 




Ward Drug Co. 


J. L. Albritton 




Pig Stands 


Star Steam Laundry 




Bullard Fuel & Supply Co. 


S. P. McRae Co. 




Jackson Baking Co. 


Millstein's 




North State Pharmacy 


A. G. Riddick, Inc. 




Better Printing 


Jackson Hardware Co. 




Hederman Brothers 


Echo of Sweets 




U-Drive-It Car Co. 


Mangel's 




Guion's 


Paris Dress Shop 




Star Engraving Co. 


Fields Women's Wear 




J. B. Unglaub 


The Vogue 




Belhaven Collece 


Ray Wright 




Millsaps College 


Johnson Cleaners 




Whitworth College 


R. E. Hines 




Alabama Engraving Co. 


Benson 


Printing Co. 



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JACKSON'S GREATEST STORE 

A Store That Fills Effectively and Continuously 

Every Qualification of the Modern and Ufi-to-Date 

Department Store 

If you are not familiar with the service that is being rendered day in and day 
out to the thousands of satisfied patrons in Jackson and surrounding vicinity 
by "JACKSON'S GREATEST STORE," you are missing one of the 
greatest services that Jackson has to offer. Equipped and managed to give 
you a modern day Department Store service that is second to none in the South. 





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'Miss7ss?ftft7 s Best Store" 

KENNINGTON'S 

JACKSON 



Enjoying the Good Will and Patronage 
of Millsaps Students 

Because of Our High Standard of Quality, 

Moderate Prices and 

Authentic Styles 



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OVER 400 MILLSAPS STUDENTS OF TODAY 
ARE THE MEN AND WOMEN OF TOMORROW 

Many of the Present Student Body Will be the Householders a Year Hence! 

$250,000.00 Will Be Spent in 1929 

For Furniture, Rugs, Radios, and General 
Household Equipment 

REMEMBER OUR NEW LOCATION 

HEIDELBERG'S 

1 Where Furniture is Sola for Less 

Amite Street 

Plenty of Parking Space — No Time Limit — Lorx> Rent District 



FOURTEEN PERSONAL REASONS 

Besides Banking Service 



Thad B. Lampton W. M. Buie 

Jas. A. Alexander S. C. Hart 

E. W. Freeman Carl Faust 

J. H. Morris C. E. Klumb 
E. W. Gibbens 

DIRECTORS 



W. E. Guild 
T. M. Hederman 
Paul Chambers 
Frank T. Scott 
John W. Robinson 



CAPITAL NATIONAL BANK 

JACKSON, MISS. 



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SERVICE TO YOU 
SERVICE OF THE HIGHEST ORDER 

The molto of this store during its reception and through its years 
of growth as well as now, has been "Service to Our Customers," 
and this service of the highest order. At this store you will find at 
all times merchandise of the highest possible quality at the lowest 
possible price, arranged for your convenient choosing. 

DOWNING LOCKE CO. 

"Jackson s Shoeing Center" 



M1CHEL1N TIRES AND RING TUBES 



UNION DEPOT SERVICE STATION 

CORNER MILL AND AMITE STREETS 
JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI 

GAS, OILS, AND ACCESSORIES 



TELEPHONE 840 FREE ROAD SERVICE 

J. B. WALKER, Manager 




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EDWARDS HOTEL 

300 ROOMS 
300 BATHS 

Rates: $2.50 to $4.50 



JOHN L. WARE 



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Special Millwork 

HIGH GRADE 

Our specialty is manufactured millwork, to 
fit any architect's requirements in any wood 
desired. Veneered doors and all olher 
items of millwork manufactured in our 
own plant. A full mechanical equipment 
and experienced organization enables us to 
guarantee prompt service and accurate 
workmanship and material of good qual- 
ity. Send us plans for estimates. 

Enochs Lumber fe? 
Manufacturing Co. 

JACKSON, MISS. 



THE HUB 

HEADQUARTERS 

FOR 

COLLEGE 

MEN 



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PHONES 932 AND 97! 



321 E. HAMILTON STREET 




MANUFACTURERS 
OF 

BULK, BRICK 

CREAM and all latest 

"' ' "' - DESIGNS OF 

ICE CREAMS 

JACKSON, MISS. 



CHEVROLET 

A Six Cylinder Car for 1929 in the Price Range of a Four 

CAPITAL CHEVROLET COMPANY, Inc. 

SOUTH AND S. PRESIDENT JACKSON PHONE 4900 

Quality at Low Cost 



R. 


H. 


GREEN 


Wh 


olesale Grocer 


COLD 


STORAGE 


Fruits 


an 


d Vegetables 




Ph 


one 3290 


606-61 5 South Gallatin Street 




Jack 


son, Miss. 



REEVES DEPT. 
STORE 

CLOTHES 

FOR THE 

YOUNG MAN 



Jackson, Miss. 




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HOME OF 

Hart Sckaffner G? 
Marx Clothes 

LOGAN PHILLIPS 

Hatters, Clothiers 
Furnishers 

Quality Since 1894 



'^Sensible 
Habit 




KEEP 
A CAN 
IN YOUR CAR 



ELECtRIC 




AND 

SERVICE 

HELPING BUILD MOT" 



"PATRONIZE 

OUR 
ADVERTISERS" 



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JACKSON DAILY NEWS 




Jackson, Miss. 




65c Montk 


On 


Rural Routes, 50c Month SEVEN DAY PAPER 



GAYDEN'S 
PHARMACY 

Walthall Hotel 

Is a Good Drug Store 



J. L. ALBRITTON 




The Jeweler 



S. P. McRae Co. 

200-202 West Capital Street 

Phone 170-1267 

JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI 

For the Best to Keep You Warm 

FLORSHEIM SHOES 

STYLEPLUS CLOTHES 



SAM RAINES 

Butcher and Live Siocl( Dealer 



Cor. President and 143 Parish Street 

Pearl Sts. Phone 54 

Climb. Phones Abattoir Climb. 

")7 and 701 I'll one 317 

(or. Capital and Gallatin Sts. 
Cunib. Phone 74!> 



STAR STEAM 
LAUNDRY 

Phone 415 

212 North Farish Street 



MILLSTEIN'S 

Ladies' Ready-to-Wear 

Exclusive Styles 

Jackson, Miss. 




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GENERAL ©ELECTRIC 

Refrigerator 

A. G. RIDDICK, INC. 



Jackson Hardware 
Company 



INCORPORATED 



513-514 East Pearl Street 
Phone 264 

Jackson, Miss. 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

MANGEL/S 

Smart A-frfcarel for the 
Smart Dresser 



"Prices That Mafye Friend's 
"Quality That Holds Them' 

Fields Women's 
Wear 

146 EAST CAPITAL 



The Echo of Sweets 

CONFECTIONERY 

Candy Made the Home-Made Way 
Also Our Famous French Ice Cream 

138 E. Capital Street Tel. 3316 

JACKSON. MISS. 



"A New Place for College Cirh" 

Jackson's Leading Dress Shop 



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Shop 



Ladies' Wear and Millinery 

Opposite Edward's Hotel 
Next to Williams Drug Store 

Exclusive But Not Expensive 

10'' Discount to All College Students 



THE VOGUE 

Smart Ladies Snoft 

1 50 West Capital Street 
JACKSON. MISS. 



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RAY WRIGHT 

SHEET METAL AND 

TILE WORKS 

ROOFING AND SHEET METAL 
CONTRACTORS 

"Waterseal" Concrete Roofing Tile 
Weir Steel Furnaces 

427-431 South West Street 
JACKSON, MISS. 



'erformance, I.ong Life, Perfect Control 
Safe — Verily, Chryslers Are Different 

PUBLIC ENDORSEMENT 

IS PLACED ONLY WHERE 

MERIT REMAINS CONSTANT 

Ask Any Chrysler Owner 

Ketter Still, Get a Demonstration 
Sold and Serviced By 

R. E. Hines Motor Co. 

JACKSON, MISS. 



Mississippi 
School Supply Co. 

Serving Mississippi Schools 

SCHOOL FURNITURE AND 
EQUIPMENT 

Jackson, Mississippi 



JACKSON 
SHOE HOSPITAL 

"Repair Shoes Better" 
Wm. Karow, Manager 

Phone 336 412 E. Capital St. 




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CLEANERS 

DRESS WELL AND SUCCEED 

Phone 801 107 N. State St. 

Turner Etheredce, Prop. 



J. C. HOOD & 
COMPANY 

ALL KINDS OF 

INSURANCE 



Phone 765 



JACKSON, MISS. 




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Jackson Fish and 
Oyster Company 

237 N. Farish St. Phone 5122 

Fresh Supplies Daily 

Fish Oysters Crabs Shrimp 



For Specially Prepared Food 
For Your Parties 

Phone 2500 

And You Will Be Sure to 
Get What You Want 

J. M. BLACK 
GROCERY COMPANY 

Capitol at Lamar Street 



"When Clothes Are Dirty, Ring 
Seven Thirty" 

Laundering 
Dry Cleaning 

JACKSON STEAM 
LAUNDRY 



Watkms, Watkms 
G? Eager 

ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS 
AT LAW 

Watkins Easterling Building 
Jackson, Mississippi 



Eatmor Bread Eatmor Bread 

Served in Milhaps Dormitories 

ACME BAKERY 
COMPANY 

North Farish Street 
JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI 



THE ROYAL 
BARBER SHOP 

S. C. Lusco, Manager 

Manicuring 
Up-to-Date Barber Shop 

"Service Our Motto" 



Compliments of 


Sellers 


Motor Co., 




Inc. 


DISTRIBUTORS OF 


Cadillac 


: and LaSalle 



Taylor Furniture 
Company 

109, III, 113 South State Street 

JACKSON, MISS. 

Furniture of a Better Grade 

Alex Gordon, Owner 



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SCOTT-KELLY 
COMPANY 

FURNITURE 
Rugs and Draperies 

222 North Farish St. 



W. T. NICHOLS & 

CO., Inc. 

WHOLESALE GROCERS, FRUITS 
AND PRODUCE 

Jackson, Miss. 

distributors of 

STATE HOUSE BRAND COFFEE 



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Galloway and 
Magee 

PHYSICIANS AND 
SURGEONS 

Lamar Life Building 
JACKSON, MISS. 



WARD DRUG CO. 

Corner Pearl and 
State Sts. 

JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI 



For Anything in Groceries, Fresh 
Vegetables and Meats 



CALL 



Nortk End Grocery 

Phone 2870 

1806 North State Street 

Member I. G. A. 



ENGRAVED 
WEDDING INVITATIONS 

TUCKER 
PRINTING HOUSE 

JACKSON, MISS. 



DRINK 
LAKE'S CELERY 

AND 

ORANGE CRUSH 




TRADE MARK* 



Sandwiches at the PIG STANDS 
Are Better. They Are Different. 

Stand 78, West End; Phone 4696 
Stand 79, Terry Road; Phone 9356 



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BULLARD FUEL & 
SUPPLY CO. 

Monument St. at A. & V. R. R. 

"COAL THAT PLEASES" 

Phone 39 

JACKSON. MISS. 
PROMPT DELIVERY 

Trade With Us or We Both Lose 



NORTH STATE 
PHARMACY 

180H N\ State Street 
Phone o64(> Jackson, Miss 

The Drug Store That Appreciates 

Your Patronage 



DO YOU KNOW— 

That when placing an order for printing, 
you are not making a purchase of mate- 
rial, but you are hiring a service. You 
are employing the printer and his equip- 
ment to the extent required tor the doing 
of a certain piece of work. For the past 
twenty years many of those who know 
have been buying their printing service 
from us. 

HEDERMAN BROTHERS 

PRINTERS, HLANK HOOK MAKERS 
STATIONERS AND LITHOGRAPHERS 



329-31-35 East Pearl St. 



Jackson. .Mi 



U-Drive 


-It Car Co. 


Much Cheaper 


Than Owning One 


ROADSTERS OR SEDANS 


RENT-A-CAR CO. 


, INC. 


124 S. Farish St. 




Phone 364 



ASK FOR 

BARKER BREAD 

IT'S BEST 
Your Local Grocer Sells It 

JACKSON BAKING CO. 

Mississippi s Largest Baking Business 



Better Printing 

PRINTERS 
PUBLISHERS 

JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI 



PATRONIZE 

OUR 

ADVERTISERS 



"GUION'S" 

Mississippi's Leading Confectionery 
FOR THE 

BEST CANDY, SODAS 
AND LUNCHES— TRY US 

A Good Place to Meet Your Friends 
Mail Orders Especially 



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THE SENIOR CLASS OF 1929 RECOMMENDS 

STAR ENGRAVING COMPANY 

MANUFACTURERS OF RINGS, INVITATIONS, AND DIPLOMAS 

AND APPRECIATE THE COURTESIES EXTENDED BY 

MESSRS. W. H. SEARS AND B. V. WATKINS 

LOCAL REPRESENTATIVES 



THE UNGLAUB STUDIO 



PHOTOGRAPHS OF 



Weddings 
Cirkut Pictures 
Home Portraiture 
School and College An- 
nual work 



Vieuj work 
Kodak Finishing 
High Grade Portraits 
Flashlight Photography 



2010 CHERRY STREET VICKSBURG, MISS. 

"THE BEST EQUIPPED STUDIO IN MISSISSIPPI" 



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ICE CREAM CO. 



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BELHAVEN COLLEGE 

School of Character 

COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS 
CONSEVATORY OF FINE ARTS 

A modern college for young women, which places emphasis upon 

the fundamentals rather than the fads in education, maintaining the 

highest scholastic standards, and yet which recognizes the cultural 

values in Music and other Fine Arts. 

COURSES LEADING TO A.B. 
AND B.S. DEGREES 

BELHAVEN CONSERVATORY 
OF MUSIC 

With faculty of Artist teachers equal to any in the South, offering 

courses in Piano, Voice, Violin, Pipe Organ, and Public School 

Music leading to Bachelor of Music Degree. 

A Christian home atmosphere which safeguards the physical, social, and moral 
welfare of each student, and stimulates each to do her best. 

A Safe School for Mississippi Girls 



For Further Information Address 

G. T. GILLESPIE, President 

Jackson, Mississippi 



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MILLSAPS COLLEGE 

JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI 

A College of Arts and Sciences. Founded in 1892. 

{Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools of the Southern 
States 
Association of American Colleges 
American Council on Education 

Owned and Controlled by the Mississippi and North Mississippi Conferences 
of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South. 

Total Endowment of More Than One Million Dollars. 

New Science Building Now Under Construction. 

New Library Building Erected in 1925. 

Offers to Young Men and Women of Character, Ambition, and Ability the 
Following Advantages 

1 . Rigorous academic training and scholastic prestige. 

2. Alert intellectual and cultural life of the student community expressed 
in literary, athletic, and religious organizations. 

3. Moderate expense and excellent opportunity for loans and employment. 

For Catalogue and Special Information, Address 

D. M. KEY, President 

Jackson, Mississippi 



WHITWORTH COLLEGE 

Brookhaven, Mississippi 

A Standard Junior College for Young Women 

f Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools of the Southern 
I States 

Member or < American Association of Junior Colleges 

^ American Association of Women's Colleges 

An Integral Unit in the Millsaps College Curriculum. 

For Catalogue and Special Information, Address 

GEORGE F. WINFIELD, Associate President 
Brookhaven, Mississippi 







N ANNUAL SHOULD BE MORE THAN 
A MERE RECORD OF EVENTS <K 
IT SHOULD PRESERVE THE 
'ATMOSPHERE'/ TRADITIONS AND 
^INSPIRATION OF THAT PARTIC- 
ULAR SCHOOL YEAR, 
10 THIS END WE HAVE ENDEAVORED 
TO COOPERATE WITH THE STAFF AND 
SCHOOL IN THE ILLUSTRATING OF 
THIS ANNUAL <#* 



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When youth is done. 

With the dim years grown gray; 

And I shall wonder what it is that ends, 

And why they seem so very far away — 

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