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MA.JOR M1LLSA.PS' TOMB 









BURTOIM HALL 




GALLOWAY HALL 




THE NEW GAS WELL 





FOUNDER'S HALL 




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Dr. D. M. Kfv, A.m., Ph.D., LL.D. 
President of Millsaps College 



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Dr. J. M. SuLLivAx, A.AI., Ph D. 

Sftiinr Mimbi-r of tlie Facuily 
Professor of Clinnijry and Croloi/y 

A.B., Central College; A.M., X'anderbilt riiiversit\ ; Ph.D., \'anderbilt University; Delta 

lau Dt\ti\. 



Professor Ci. L. Marrfll, B.S., M.S. 

Rn/islrar of tlir CoUctje 
Profrssoi of Fliysiis and Astronomy 

B.S., Milli-ap. College; M.S., Mi Isaps College; Kappa Sigma. 



Profecsor J. Reese Lin, B.A., AI.A. 

Srirrtiiry of l/ir Collnji- 
Professor of Philosophy and History 

A.B., Emory College; M.A., \'aiKlerbilt Universit\ ; Kappa .\lplia; Alpha Phi Fpsiloii; 

Phi Beta Kappa. 



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I)u. 1?. E. MiTCHiu-L, A.M., Ph.D. 

Dean of Men 
Professor of Malliematics 

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



Dr. D. H. BisHoi', AI.A., LL.D. 

Professor of Eni/lisli 

B.A., Emory and Henry College; M.A., \'anclerliilt l'niver>ity; LL.D., Emory and Henry 

College; Sigma Upsilon. 



Dr. a. p. Ha.mii.tox. A.M., Ph.D. 

Dean of Freshmen 
Professor of .Indent Languages 

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



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Facility 



Profkssor F. C jiAKixs, B.S., A.;\I. 

Profi'ssor of Ediuatu.n 
B.S., University of Mississippi; A.M., Pcabody College; Phi Delta Kappa. 

Professor A. CI. Sanders, .'\.]^., A.M. 

I'i'oj I'ssnr of Roinniur Lanijuaiirs 

A.B., Soutlnvestern ; A.H., Vale rniversity; A.B., University of Oxford; A.M., ibii 
Sigma Upsilon ; .-Xlplia Phi Epsilon. 



Professor M. C. >Vhite, A.H., A.M. 
Pi'ofissor of Eiujlisli 

A. 15., Southern University; A.M., Harvard University; Kappa Alpha; Sigma I'psilon ; 
Omiiron Delta Kappa; Alpha Phi Epsilon; Alpha Psi Omega. 




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Professor H. C. Hi. \ck\vi;i.l, A.B., A.M. 

Assodalf Professor of Rrli//ious EJiualion 

A.B., Emory University; A.M., Duke ri)i\t-rsity ; CandU'r School of Theology of Emory 
University; 'Fan Kappa Alpha; Gamma Mu. 



Mrs. Hexrv \V. Cokk, A.R. 

.Isslstaut Professor of Spanish 
A.B., St. La-\vrence University; Phi Beta Kappa. 



Elizabeth Craig, A.B., A.M. 

Assistant Professor of Frcneh 
A.B., Barnard College, Columbia University; A.M., Columbia University. 




Facmilty 



Pr<)fes.s()r Ross H. Moore, A.B., A.M. 

/Issodatr Prnfrssor nf History 

AM., Millsaps College; A.M., ibid.; Alpha Phi Fp^ilon ; Kappa Alpha; Alpha Psi Omega; 
Sigma Upsiloii; Omicron l")elta Kappa. 



Mrs. Mar^ B. Stoxk, A.H., A.M. 

Diiirt of ll'dinnt 
.Issistaiil I'rnfissor of Enijlisli 

A.H., Raiulolph-Maeiiii U'omanV Cullege; A.M., George Peabody Col'ege for Teacherj 



Professor \^. (). Vax Hook. A.R., A.M. 

Associali- I'rofrssor of Malltrmaths 
Dim lor of .1 l/ilrtiis 

A.B., Millsaps College; A.M., \'aiidcrbilt Uiiivervity ; Kappa Sigma. 




Facility 



Professor R. H. H.\^xi-s, A.R., A.M. 

Assistant Piofisnr of History 
A.B., University of ^eIlne!^see; M..'\., George Peabody College. 

Mrs. Mar^' Bowex Ci.ark, A.B. 

.Is si statu Librarian 
A.B., Millsaps College; Phi Mu. 

TRA^•^•^ Lee Gaddv, R.S. 

Urad Cnaih 
Professor of Physical Education 

B.S., Mississippi A. and M. College. 



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Professor N. F. Wii.kfrsox, A.B., A.M. 

Assistant Prdfrssnr of B'loloi/y 
A.B., Duke rniversity; A.M., ibid. 

Vernon Blrkett Hathorn, 15. S. 

Bursar 
B.S., Millsaps College; Kappa Sigma. 

Professor J. B. Price. R.S., M.S. 

/Issislant Prnfrssor of Matlifinatus and C/icmistry 
B.S., Millsaps College; M.S., University of Mississippi. 



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Faculty 

A. I. Rexixger 

Freshman Cnacli 

Florexce Leech, B.S. 

Assistant Librarian 
Head of Catalogue Department 

B.S., George Peabody College; Certificate in Library Science, George Peabody College. 

Benjamin S. Harrell, B.S. 

Assistant in Mathematics 
B.S., Millsaps College. 

Mrs. W. O. Brum field, A.B. 

Director of IFomen's Physical Education 

A.B., Cumberland University. 



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Faculty 

^IrS. FaXXV J. (^WEX 
Malrnn Men's Dormitory 

Mrs. C. F. Coopi^r 

Matron U'omrn's Dormitory 

CaRRIK OmVIA SiSTRl xk 
Secretary to tlie President 

Mrs. Sue V. Clements 

Matron Women's Dormitory 



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Class Officers 

David Dubard President 

T. A. Gilbert, Jr Vice-President 

Frances Rush Secretary-Treasurer 



SENICI^S 



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Semior Class 



Rose Fulgham Wells, B.A. 

K A 
JACKSON', MISS. 

Freshman Commission (i); Y. W. C. A. Cab- 
inet (3, 4) ; Social Chairman Women's Associa- 
tion (4) ; Glee Club (i, 2, 3) ; President Glee 
Club (3) ; Philomathean Literary Society (2, 3) ; 
Beethoven Club (3); Student Executive Board 
(3). 



Claude William Passo, Jr., B.S. 



MOBILE, AI.A. 

Football (i, 2, 3, 4); Basketball (i, 2, 3, 4) 
Baseball (i, 2, 3, 4) ; "M" Club (2, 3, 4). 



Pong Hyun Kim, B.S. 

SO\GDO, KOREA 

Ramblers C!ub (4) ; Science Club (4) ; Minis 
terial League (2, 3, 4) ; Y. M. C. A. (2, 3, 4) 



Thomas A. Gilbert^ B.S. 

K S 
MERIDIAX, MISS. 

Omicroii Delta Kappa; Catella Club; Band (i, 
2, 3) ; Assistant Bursar (i, 2, 3, 4) ; Student Ex- 
ecutive Board (2) ; President Class (2) ; Vice- 
President Class (4) ; President Band (2) ; Presi- 
dent Omicron Delta Kappa (4) ; Secretarv Ca- 
tella Club (4) ; Y. M. C. A. (3, 4)." 



Allie Belle Corley. B.A. 

RAIElCIl, MISS. 

Whitxvorth College (i, 2); Glee Club (3, 4); 
Y. \V. C. A. (3, 4). 



J. F. Munsterman, B.S. 

PEI.AIIATCHIE, MISS. 

Fre hman Baseball; Ramblers Club (4); Science 
Club (4) ; Track (3, 4). 



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^eeior 



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Hal Wilson Dale, B.S. 

JACKSON', MISS. 

Alpha Psi Omega; (Calloway Literary Societ\ 
(i) ; Band (2, 3, 4) ; Millsaps Players (2, 3, 4) ; 
Vice-President Band (4) ; Science Club (4) ; 
Treasurer Ramblers Club (4) ; I'in/>lr and 
ll'hitf Staff (4); H(iHAsiii:i.A Staff (4). 



Frances Decell, B.A. 

K A 
JACKSON, MISS. 

Whitwortfi Col'ege (i, 2); Alabama Woman';- 
College (3); Assistant Cheerleader (4). 

G. E. Murphy, B.S. 

JACKSO-V, MISS. 

Band (i, 2, 3, 4) ; Lamar Literarv Society (i) ; 
Ramblers Club (4)'. 

Mary Velma Simpson, B.A. 

]! X 
PICKKN'S, MISS. 

Vice-President Freshman Commission (i) ; Pre i- 
dent Y. W. C. A. (2) ; Y. W. C. A. Cabinet 
(3) ; Treasurer Y. W. C. A. (4) ; Blue Ridge 
Delegate (i); Girls' Glee Club (i); Accom- 
panist Girls' Glee Club (2, 3) ; Piano Scholar- 
ship (2); Vice-President Beethoven Club (3); 
President Beethoven Club (4) ; Student Execu- 
tive Board (2) ; Literary Society (i, 2) ; English 
Assistant (2); Classical Cub; Secretary-Treas- 
urer Student Body (4). 

Mathis Armstrong^ B.S. 

GREENWOOD, MISS. 

Sunflower Junior College (i, 2) ; Glee Club (3) ; 
Band (3, 4); Y. M. C. A. Cabinet (3, 4); 
Ministerial League (3, 4); President Ministe- 
rial League (4); Winner \'ocal Scholarship (3). 

Betty Buhrman, B.S. 

K A 
TUPELO, MISS. 

Basketball (3, 4); Secretary-Treasurer of Glee 

Club (3); Y. W. C. A. Cabinet (4); PurpL- 

and White Staff (4); Southern College (i, 2); 

Ramblers Club (3). 




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Senior Class 



Kenneth Wills, B.A. 

JACKSON, MISS. 

Pan-Heilenic Council; Catella Club (4). 



WiLNA RiGBY, B.A. 

JACKSON, MISS. 

Classical Club (3, 4) ; Basketball (3, 4) ; Philo- 
mathean Literary Society (3); Secretary V. W. 
C. A. (4) ; Treasurer Woman's Association (4). 



Edward Assad Khayat, B.A. 

y. r X 

BILOXI, MISS. 

Sigma Rho Chi; Omicron Delta Kappa; Sigma 
Upsilon ; Eta Sigma; Football (i, 2, 3, 4) ; Ten- 
nis (i, 3, 3, 4) ; Captain Tennis Team (4) ; 
Freshman Debater; Glee Club (i, 2, 3, 4) ; Cial- 
loway Literary Society; President, Millsaps Clas- 
sical Club; Business Manager Men's Glee Club; 
Business Manager Bobashela; Library Assist- 
ant (2, 3, 4) ; Assistant, Spanish and French 
(4); Internationa! Relations Club; "M" Club; 
Honor Graduate. 



Sarah Stevens, B.A. 

A Z 
JACKSON, .MISS. 



Frank Bufkin Padgett, B.S. 

FHII.ADKI.PHIA, MISS. 

Football (3, 4) ; Baseball (3, 4) ; -M" Club. 



Glenna Emily Moore, B.A. 

A Z 
JACKSON, MISS. 

Pan-Hellenic (3, 4); Freshman Commission; Y. 

W. C. A. Cabinet (2, 3) ; Delegate to Methodist 

Students' Conference (2). 



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senior 



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Douglas Banks, B.A. 

A Z 
JACKSON, MISS. 

Hasketball (i) ; Glee Club (i, 3) ; lliiuis Junior 
College (2); V. W. C. A. Cabinet (3, 4); 
President Y. W. C. A. (4) ; Student Executive 
Board (4); Philomathean Literary Society (3); 
Beethoven Club (3, 4); Latin Club (3, 4). 



Lee Travis, B.S. 

e K N 

CANTOS', MISS. 

Science Club (4); F.othill (2 3, 4); Track; 

Lamar Literarv SociL't\ ; ■M" Club; Pre-Medical 

C ub'd, 2, 4) ; l!::seball (4). 

Mary Woodliff, B.A. 

•I' M 
JACKSON, .VIISS. 

Walter Bivins, B.S. 

K X 
JACKSON, MISS. 

Pi Kappa Delta; Omicron Delta Kappa; Pre h- 
man Debating Team; Lamar Literary Society (i, 
2, 3, 4); Buie Declamation (2); Member De- 
bating Council (i, 2, 3); Intercollegiate De- 
bater (2, 3, 4) ; Secretary-Treasurer Pi Kappa 
Delta (2, 3); President Pi Kappa Delta (3); 
Pre ident Lamar Literary Society (3); Interna- 
tional Relations Club (4) ; Bobashei.a Staff (3) ; 
President Class (3); President Student Body 
(4); President Student Executive Board; Ram- 
blers Club (4). 

D. V. Herlong, B.S. 

II K A 

hkrmanvii.i.k, miss. 
Basketball (i) ; Baseball (i). 

Vardaman L. Owen, B.S. 

lAVETIE, MISS. 

Y. M. C. A. Cabinet (3, 4); President Y. M. 
C. A. (4) ; Galloway Literary Society (i, 2, 3, 
4); Ramb ers Club (3); Assistant in Mathe- 
matics (3) ; Assistant in Chemistry (4) ; Science 
Club (4) ; Debate Council (4) ; Student Exec- 
utive Board (4) ; Vice-Pre idem Galloway Lit- 
erary Society (4) ; Treasurer Galloway Literary 
Society (4); Editor Hand Book (3). 











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Senior Class 



Sam Joe Ruff, B.S. 

e K .X 

BOOiVEVILI.E, MISS. 

Pi Kappa Delta; Business Manager Purple and 
U'liitf (4); Intercollegiate Debater (3, 4.); 
Freshman Debater; Debate Council (3, 4) ; Sec- 
retary Debate Council (4) ; Science Club (4) ; 
Galloway Literary Society; President Galloway 
I.iterarv Society (3); Student Executive Board 
(4); V. M. C. A. Cabinet (4); Basketball (3, 
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LoYCE Cade, B.S. 

JACKSJN, MISS. 

Grenada College (i, 2). 



Clinton W. Walker, B.S. 

i P X 
LUCEDALE, MISS. 

Sigma Rho Chi; Eta Sigma; Football (i, 2, 3, 
4); Track (i); Baseball (i, 2, 3, 4); Basket- 
ball (i); Track Manager (3); Study Hall 
Monitor (2) ; Undergraduate Secretary of Alum- 
ni Association (3, 4); Bobashela Staff (4), In- 
ternational Relations Club (4); "M" Club; Sec- 
retary-Treasurer "M" Club (4) ; Honor Grad- 
uate. 



J. C. Patterson, B.S. 

n K X 
xEsr,n r, miss. 

Ramblers Club (4) ; Science Club (4) ; Gallo- 
way l,ilerar\" Society (i, 2, 3, 4). 



Mildred Clark. B.S. 

V, z 

JACKSON, MISS. 



Edward Marshall Lane. B.A. 

lOKEsr, miss. 

Clark College (2); Ministerial League (3, 4) 
Lamar Literary Society (i). 



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David M. Key, Jr., B.S. 



K A 
JACKSO.V, MISS. 



Tennis Team (i, 3); Lamar Literary Society 
Mi'ilsaps Players; Rainlilers Club (4). 



Mary Louise Elliott, B.S. 

TCHUI.Aj MISS. 



David Y. Dubard, B.A. 

e K N 

GRENADA, MISS. 

Omicron Delta Kappa; President Catella Club 
{4) ; Band (i, a, 3, 4) ; Business Manager Band 
(4) ; Glee Club (i, 2, 3, 4) ; Business Manager 
Glee Club (3); President Glee Club (4); Sec- 
retary Class (i); Vice-President Class (2); 
President Class (4) ; Lamar Literary Society (i, 
2, 3, 4) ; Y. M. C. A. Cabinet (3, 3, 4) ; Dra- 
matic Club (3) ; Ramblers Club (3, 4) ; Tennis 
(3, 4). 




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Bill Jacobs, B.S. 

K X 
JACKSON, MISS. 

Football (i, 2, 3, 4); Baseball (i, 2, 3, 4) 
Catella Club; Ramblers Club (4). 



Dorothy Loflin, B.A. 

JACKSON, MISS. 

Basketball (i, 2, 3, 4) ; Captain Basketball (3) ; 

Classical Club (3, 4) ; Treasurer Classical Club 

{4) ; Y. W. C. A. 



William L. Ervin, B.S. 

e K N 

INVERNESS, MISS. 



Football (i, 



3, 4) ; Baseball (i, 
Basketball (i). 



3. 4) 




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>enior 



Class 




Walter Permenter, B.S. 
K z 

JACKSOV, MISS. 

Omicrnn Delta Kappa; Catella Club; Football 
(i, 2, 3, 4); Captain Football Team (4); Bas- 
ketball (i, 2, 3) ; Baseball (i, 2, 3, 4) ; Library 
Assistant (3); "M" Club (2, 3, 4); President 
"M" Club (4); Vice-President Junior Class; 
P. o ir. Staff (2); Student Executive Board 
(4). 



Frances Rush, B.S. 

K ^ 

BROOKHAVEV, MISS. 

M. S. C. W. (i, 2, 3); Secretary-Treasurer 
Senior Class. 



Spurgeon p. Gaskin, B.S. 

JACKSON', MISS. 

President Ramblers Club (4) ; Businers Manager 
Millsaps Players (4); G'ee Club (3, 4); Band 
(4) ; Science Club (4) ; Gallowav Literarv So- 
ciety (i) ; P. it If. Staff (4). 



Sara Smith, B.A. 
B :; 

JACKSON", MISS. 

(;iee Club (2, 3); Philomathean Literary So- 
ciet\ (3); Beethoven Club; Latin Club. 

Fred Holladay, B.S. 

UNION, MISS. 

Mary Wacaster. B.A. 

A Z 

JACKSON, MISS. 

Chi Delta Phi; Eta Sigma; Freshman Commis- 
sion; Freshman Staff, P. if If.; V. W. C. A. 
Cabinet (3, 4); President Eta Sigma (4); Stu- 
dent Assistant (2, 3, 4) ; Pan-Hellenic Council 
(3, 4) ; Woman's Association Council (3^ ; High 
Honor CTraduate. 



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Class 



Barclay Donaldson, B.S. 

K A 

JACKSON, MISS. 



Hadenia Buck, B.A. 

K A 

JACKSON", MISS. 



Howard Kent Williford, B.S. 

CARROLLTON', MISS. 

Alpha P^i Omega; Sigma LTpsilon; Cialloway 

Literary Society (i, 2, 3, 4) ; G'ee Club (i, 2) ; 

Library Assistant (4); Ramblers Club (4). 



Sara King, B.A. 

K A 

JACKSON, MISS. 

Eta Sigma; Secretary-Treasurer Class (2); V. 
W. C. A. Cabinet (2, 3, 4); Glee Club (3); 
Sponsor Football Team (2) ; Feature Section 
BOBASHELA (2, 3) ; Vice-President Y. W. C. A. 
(3); Treasurer Woman's Association (2); Sec- 
retary Woman's Association (3); Latin Club 
(3); English Assistant (3); Philomathean Lit- 
erary Society (2, 3) ; Woman's Pan-IIellenic 
Council (3). 



L. F. McDaniel, B.S. 

LUCEDALE, MISS. 

Football (i, 2, 3, 4); Alternate Captain Foot- 
hall (4); Basketball (i); Manager Basketball 
(3); Track (i); Baseball (i, 2, 3, 4); Vice- 
President "M" Club (4). 



Ruth Forman, B.A. 

A z 

JACKSON', MISS. 




Senior Class 




LuciEN Ferris, B.S. 

K A 

JACKSOK, MISS. 

Catella Club (3, 4); Assistant Cheer Leader (3, 
4) ; Lamar Literary Society (3, 4) ; Pre-Medical 
Club (4); Science Club "(4); Glee Club (3); 
Millsaps Players (3) ; Vice-President Catella 
Club (4) ; Treasurer Lamar Literary Society 
(3); BoBASHEi.A Staff (4); Track (3, 4); Pan- 
Hellenic Council. 



Helen Ripley, B.S. 

K A 

BROOKHAVEN", MISS. 



Charles B. Galloway. B.S. 

K Z 

JACKSOX, MISS. 

Ramblers Club (3); Science Club (3); Physics 
Assistant {4). 



Meredith Owens, B.A. 

JACKSON", MISS. 



David Livingston, B.S. 
2 P X 

PRENTISS, MISS. 

Baseball (i, 2, 3, 4). 



MozELLE Hearon, B.S. 

JACKSON, MISS. 

Ramblers Club (4) ; Three-Year Club. 



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Henry George Warren, B.A. 
e K N 

BENTOV, MISS. 

Galloway Literary Society (i, 2, 3, 4); Vice- 
President Cialloway Literary Society (2) ; Ram- 
blers Club (4); Classical Club (3, 4); Science 
Club (4) ; Y. M. C. A. (i, 2, 3, 4). 



Betty Parker, B.S. 

A Z 

JACKSON", MISS. 

Belhaven College (i, 2, 3). 




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John Henry Noblin, B.S. 
n K A 

PELAHATCHIK, MISS. 

Basketball (t, 2, 3, 4); Manager Basketball {3, 
4) ; Ramblers C ub (4) ; "M" Club. 



Helen Furlow, B.A. 

K A 

BROOKIIAVEV, MISS. 

Newcnmb College (i, 2) ; Glee Club (3) ; Clas 
sical Club (3). 



Felix J. Underwood, Jr., B.S. 
e K X 

JACKSOX, MISS. 

Ole Miss (2); Pre-Meclical Club; Science 
Club (4). 



Marguerite Deterly, B.A., B.M. 

JACKSON', MISS. 

Beethoven Club. 




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Senior Class 




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Virginia Youngblood, B.S. 

K A 

nROOKHAVEX, MISS. 

Wliitworth (i, 2); Internatinnal Relations 
Club (4). 

M. Franklin Williams, B.S. 

II K A 

INVKRNESS, MISS. 

(iallnway Literary Society; "M" Club; Manager 
Varsity Baseball (2, 3, 4). 

Mary Ormond Heald, B.A. 
* Ji 

JACKSON", MISS. 

Newconib (i); CJlce Club (i, 2); Woman's 
Council (2); V. W. C. A. Cabinet (2); Wom- 
en's Pan-Hellenic (2, 3); Bobashei.a Staff (2, 
3) ; Pre ident Y. W. C. A. (3) ; Student Execu- 
tive Board (3); Philomathean Literary Society; 
Clav^ical Club (3, 4); Education Assistant (3, 
4); I'resident Woman's Association (4). 

John Sharpe Moon, B.S. 
^ P X 

I.UMBERTnV, MISS. 



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Education. 








Julia B. Lockhart. 


, B.A. 






JACKSON, MISS. 






Chi-MC 


al Clidi; Basketball (i, 2) 

(I, 2, 3. 4). 


; Y. W. 


C. A. 

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Theresa McDill, 


B.A. 


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K A 








JACKSON, MISS. 






Editor 
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l^onAsnKi.A (4) ; Alpha Ps 
Phi; Puipli- and Jl'liit,- 
n's Pan-Hellenic ( ;) ; Stui 

Board "(4). 


i Omesa ; Chi 

Staff (I, 2) ; ; 

lent Executive \ 


Mrs. 


Devoe Tomlinson 


Shurley 




B.S. 




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Class Officers 

Stokes V. Robertson, Jr President 

H. T. Newell, Jr Vtce-President 

Mary Sue Burnham Secretary-Treasurer 



JUNIORS K ^ 



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Junior Class 



James H. Newcomb, Jr. 

K 1 
RICHTON", MISS. 

Albert Collins 

FOREST, MISS. 

Winifred Green 

* M 
JACKSON", MISS. 

E.MiLio Romano 

e K X 

NEW ORLEANS, LA. 

Frank Casey 

MCCOMB, MISS. 

John R. Enochs 

K A 
JACKSON', MISS. 

W. E. Hester, Jr. 
K i: 

HAZLEHURST, MISS. 

Adamae Partin 

A Z 
MERIDIAN, MISS. 

Carl "SI. Cltrer 
i: p X 

CARTHAGE, MISS. 

Etoile Eaton 

TAVLORSVILLE, MISS. 

Philip Grice 

MADISON, MISS. 

Allen Lindsey 

PELAHATCHIE, MISS. 



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T. F. Neblett 

e K N 

BATESVILLE, MISS. 

H. T. Newell. Jr. 
n K A 

JACKSON, MISS. 

John B. Howell 

K s 

CANTON, MISS. 

Lillian Polk 

B S O 
LAURF.L, MISS. 

Raymond McGinnis 

LOUISVILLE, MISS. 

Alexander BainEo 

JACKSON, MISS. 

Robert Vincent 

K A 
JACKSON, MISS. 

Katherine Jacobs 

B S O 
JACKSON, MISS. 

Floyd Odom 

s P X 

cuLFPo;{'r, MISS. 

Henry Varner 

ROME, MISS. 

Macon Phillips 

JACKSON, MISS. 

L. B. Jones 

e K N 

JACKSON, MISS. 




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Jiamior Class 

Pai L Griffith 

K A 
WAVVKSBOKO, MISS. 

MaRGL FRITH GaIXEV 

K A 
JACKSOV, MISS. 

Rarian Dale Lanmi: 

e K x 

RALEIGH, MISS. 

Emzaefth Heitmax 

BOI-TOV, MISS. 

GVCELLE TVN'ES 

I 1' X 

gloster, miss. 
Mary Eleanor Alford 

K i 
VICKSBURG, MISS. 

Stokes V. Rohertsox, Jr. 

K A 

jacksox, miss. 
Mary Si e IUrxham 

K i 
MAGEE, MISS. 

Ci.ixtox Moore 

K r 
ITTA BEXA, MISS. 

Cathirixe Peets 

■1' M 
BRnnkllAVHV, MISS. 

IiM>n Gl ESS 

II K A 
JACKSON", MISS. 

Louise Dooley 
lessley, miss. 



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Thvrza Branton 

A z 

PET! IT, MISS. 



Martha Hamilton 

JACKSON, MISS. 



Ann Stevens Lewis 

CANION, MISS. 



Evelyn Myers 

A Z 
M0:i'10M, MISS. 



Carl Lee Swayze 

K A 
BENTON, MISS. 



Cleo Warren 

CANTON, MISS. 



JUANITA WiNSTEAD 

A Z 
DEKALB, MISS. 



OnEITA WiNSTEAD 

A Z 
DEKALB, MISS. 



Kathryx Herbert 

JACKSON, MISS. 

William R. Arnold 

K A 
JACKSON, MISS. 




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Class Officers 

Garland Holloman President 

Horace Davisson Vice-President 



SCPUCMOCES 




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Sophomore Class 

W. J. Trh.maixe 

K A 
JACKSOX, MISS. 

Archie Haley 

K A 
JACKSON", MISS. 

Frances Allred 

JACKSON", MISS. 

Spurgeox Buckley 
n K A 

NEWTON, MISS. 

Dan Heidelberg 

HATTIESBURG, MISS. 

Gordon Grantham 

K A 
TERRY, MISS. 

Mary Gillespie 

RAYMOND, .MISS. 

Garland Hollo.man 

K S 

itta bena, miss. 

Connie Hozendorf 
mendenhall, miss. 

Joe Pickett 

MELVILLE, LA. 

W. Holmes Cook 
n K a 

LOUISVILLE, MISS. 

J L.ANITA L-ANE 

A Z 

FOXEST, .MISS. 

John T. Kiaiball 

I F X 
DEQUIXCY, LA. 

John Cresap 

CANTON, MISS. 

Margaret Flowers 

* M 
JACKSON, MISS. 

M. A. RiGGS 

JACKSON', .MISS. 

Melvin Richarpson 

K 1 
BOLTON, MISS. 

Norman Bradley 
K a 

JACKSON, MISS. 



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Sophomore Class 

Norman Booxe 

CHUNKY, MISS. 

Beverly Briscoe 

11 K A 
JACKSON, MISS. 

John' Chambers 

K A 
JACKSON, MISS. 

J. B. Morrison 

K i: 

BILOXI, MISS. 

Catherine Jones 

'1> M 
JACKSON, MISS. 

Horace Davisson 

e K N 

RULEVILLE, MISS. 

Robert Mayo 

JACKSON, MISS. 

Floyd Lewis 

LOUISE, MISS. 

Baylis Shanks 

SUMRALL, MISS. 

Joe M. Hinds 

Z V X 
CULFPORT, MISS. 

OuiDA Mae Luter 

JACKSON, MISS. 

Luther Bennett 

SMITHVILLE, MISS. 

Alton Barnette 

SUMMITT, MISS. 

Elizabeth Warrex 

* M 
JACKSON, MISS. 

Blanton Dye 
n K A 

CLARKSDALE, MISS. 

Basil Moore 

AMOR\', MISS. 

J. Wilton Dees 
K s 

HAZLEHURST, MISS. 

Al DREY Briscoe 

JACKSON, MISS. 




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Soplioraiores 

Sam Lackey 

e K \ 

FOREST, MISS. 

Violet Allex 

JACKSON", MISS. 

P>.AXKLix Heard 

K S 
IT'IA BEXA, MISS. 

GoRDOx Rogers 

BELZOVI, .MISS. 

Axx Pl'llex 

jacksox, miss. 
Earl Graves 

RAYMOND, MISS. 

n. V. Watkixs. Tr- 

K A 
JACKSON, MISS. 

Jeaxette Gclledge 

JACKSON, MISS. 

N. P. LiGHTCAp, Jr. 

K 1 

JACKSON, MISS. 

James Moore 

ITTA BENA, MISS. 

Harriet Carothers 

JACKSON, MISS. 

Jack McDill 

K A 
JACKSON, MISS. 

Dorothy Deax" 

K A 
JACKSON, MISS. 

Gai loway Al stix 

JACKSON, MISS. 

Tommy Goodwin 
K a 

JACKSON, MISS. 

AIary Virginia Wells 

K A 
JACKSON, MISS. 

M. S. Rraxtley 

KILMICHAEL. MISS. 

Hilery Whatley 

JACKSON, MISS. 



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Sophomores 

Margaret Berzette 

JACKSON', MISS. 

W. M. Campbell 

TUTWILER, MISS. 

Charlotte Capers 

* M 
JACKSON, MISS. 

Dace Davis 

(3 K N 
JACKSON, MISS. 

Julla Dhloach 

K A 
JACKSON, MISS. 

Harriette Heidelberg 

K A 
JACKSON, MISS. 

Sara Heidelberg 

K A 
JACKSON, MISS. 

Corrine Holloman 

JACKSON, MISS. 

Robert Hough 

JACKSON, MISS. 

Berry Ivev 

meridian, miss. 

Richard Kinnaird 
n K A 

JACKSON, MISS. 

Catherine Lamkin 

A Z 
JACKSON, MISS. 

Ellen Mackey 

JACKSON, MISS. 

Hazel McPhail 

A Z 
JACKSON, MISS. 

Dixon Pyles 

JACKSON, MISS. 

Arthur Rogers 

K A 
NEW ALBANY, MISS. 

Thomas Ross 

n K A 

PELAHATCHIE, MISS. 

Lorena Smith 

JACKSON, MISS. 




ciAlma 3Aater 

cAlma SMater, dear old <SJVlillsaps, 

Loyal sons are we; 
Our fond hearts are thine alone 

oAnd evermore shall be. 

'T^roud art thou in classic beauty 

Of thy noble past; 
With thy watch-word honor, duty, 

Thy high fame shall last. 

Srery student, man and maiden, 

Swell the glad refrain 
'Til the breezes, music-laden, 

Waft it back, again. 




Class Officers 



Gabriel Felder President 

Robert Womack ]' ice-President 

Grace Mason Secretary-Treasurer 



PCESHMEN 




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Fresliirriee 




Jesse Magee .... 
Ed.mond Ricketts . 
Gordon" Cooper . . . 
M.ar(;.\ret Bartok . 
T. M. Dickson . 

W. F. SUBER .... 
Manlev Gregory . 
Mal Anderson . 
Chauncey Godwin . 
Dorothy Cow en . . 
Oswald Schwing . 
.\rthlr Pierce . . . 
A-iRi.ENE McGahey . 
MlI.I.KR E. Marett . 
M'aiikr Wentzeli, . 
DwiGHi Taylor . 
Allen T. Edwards . 
John Howard . . . 
W'akrkn Jones . 
Ellis Latimer . . . 
Mary Leila Milner . 
Clarence McCor.viick 
Paul Ramsay . . . 
Mildred Laird . . . 
John CSii.i.aspy . 
Lloyd Caillavet . 
Chester Jlanico . . 
l^oNNiK McCari.ey . . 
John Castlen . . 
Lynelle Wooten . . 
.'\r.ma\i) K arow . 
Jii.iLS Frank . . . 
William Fuigha.m . 
Frank Rka Darden . 
K^i H Phillips . . . 



. Bogalusa, La. 

. Jackson, Miss. 

. . Purvis, Miss. 

. Jackson, Miss. 

. Jackson, Miss. 

. . Belzoni, Miss. 

. Okolona, Miss. 

Batesville, Miss. 

. Jackson, Miss. 

. Jackson, Mis-. 

. Magnolia, Miss. 

. Jackson, Miss. 

. - Jackson, Miss. 

Potts Camp, Miss. 

Biloxi, Miss. 

. Jackson, Miss. 

Mendenhail, Mis . 

Durant, Miss. 

Philadelphia, Miss. 

. Oko'ona, Miss. 

. Jackson, Miss. 

. . Hickory, Miss. 

Meridian, Mi-s. 

Jackson, Miss. 

. Monticello, Miss. 

Biloxi, Miss. 

. . Biloxi, Miss. 

. Ciiiiitowii, Miss. 

. Greenville, Miss. 

Jackson, Miss. 

. Jack>on, Miss. 

. DeQuiiiceN, La. 

Jackson, Mis>. 

Jackson, Miss. 

Laurel, Miss. 



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Freslimee 

Jliia Cox . . . ■ . . Jacksnn, Miss. 

Ohio Monroe Canton, Miss. 

DAIS'S' Katk Brown . . . Jackson, Miss. 
MoSBV Al.FORD . . . ^ Ilazlrluirst, Miss. 
Malcolm Carter . . . Cnilfport, Miss. 
Kenneth Gilbert . . Meridian, Miss. 
Charles Hakna . Jackson, Mis;. 

Margaret Berzette . . . Jackson, Miss. 
James Crutcher . . . Ciarksdale, Miss. 

BUREN Akers Pontotoc, Miss. 

I.Ai^RENS Kennedv . . Natclie/, Miss. 

Norvelle Beard .... Jackson, Miss. 
James S. Noblin .... Forrest, Miss. 

Leonard Holmes . . . Tylertoun, Mis.. 

Robert Brent . . Crystal Springs, Miss. 

Thomas Bosweli Jackson, Miss. 

Martha Donaldson . . . Jackson, Miss. 

Gabriel Felder .... Magnolia, Miss. 

W. Brlmiteld .... McComb, Miss. 

Thomas McDonnell . . Okolona, Miss. 

Joe V^'ILI.IAMs .... Columbus, Mis:.. 

Marzine Callahan . . Noxapater, Miss. 

John Nebi.ett .... Bateville, Miss. 

James Fisher Belzoni, Miss. 

Bernice Crosby .... Jackson, Miss. 

Cl'RITS Galie Biloxi, Miss. 

Robert W'omeck .... Boga'usa, La. 

Julian Lockett .... Grenada, Miss. 

Mynelle Cori.ey .... Raleigh, Mi:.s. 

Dace Davis Jackson, Miss. 

P.AL'L Hardin Magnolia, Miss. 

Robert Reagan .... Magnolia, Miss. 
Emma Heald Jackson, Miss. 

John Mei.vin Camden, Miss. 

Ray Holder Lucedale, Miss. 

Webb Overstreet .... Jackson, Miss. 



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Freslimee 

Chari.es Coke ...... Drew, Mis: 

Ch.\ri.es Neill ... Jackson, Mis* 

Fred W.ard Tiitwiler, Mi*> 

]0E Guess Jack.-on, Mis^ 

JoiJN' F.XR.viER Forest, Mis! 

Ethei. McMurr.av . . . Jackson, Mis' 
Gordon Reeves ... McComb, Mis! 
John Nebi.ett . . Hatesville, Mis. 

C'h.ari.es Alexander . . Forest, Mi:-: 

JofiN R. LoFi.iN .... Jackson, Misi 
RonERi SrnCKETT ... Jack; on. Mis: 

F'l.isi; Enochs Jackson, Mis 

Bii.i.v Sours ...... Jackson, Mis; 

Ras Mansell Camden, Mis; 

Hugo Newcomb . Richton, Mi 

Morrison Massev . . Bay Springs, Mis 
Maurice Jones . . . Greenwood, Mis 
DoROTHV Thompson . . . Jackson, Mis 
Mii.iON Abrams .... Natchez, Mis 

Marvin Smith Tchula, Mis 

Louis Decell .... Brookhaven, Mis 
Smith McDougal . . . Jackson, Mis 

Arthlr Todd Jackson, Mis 

Lois B.\rro\v ... Jackson, Mis 
Shirr. \i. Coie.man ... Fayette, Mis 

Charles .'Xdams NLacnn, Mis 

Louis IL\ii.\m Jackson, Mis 

I'i)\\.\Ki) I'l.dWERS . Jackson. Mis 

O. C. MoFKEir Bogalu^a. L; 

\ii;(;iM.\ XA'AiERHOusE . . Jackson, Mis 

Lee S HIKES Meridi:in, Mis 

1 AMES BuNVARD .... Caiiiden, Mi^ 
CuRiTs Knight . . . Hattiesburu, Mis 
I'nwiN rsoiRWdOD .... Terr\, Mi^ 
Kaii'ii Jones .... tueemvood, Mi^ 
Rlih S.XRRETi Lickson, Mis 



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Freslimeii 



Frkd Bass I-hhk Beach, 

Francis Bradshaw . . Boiitoiiia, 
RonERT Cunningham . , Jacksnn, 
Jack Dorris ..-.., Jack.on, 

L. E. Gereld McComb, 

Ben Harpole . . Calhoun Cit.v, 

Hazel Harrison .... Jackson, 
Warfiei.d Hester ... Terry, 

Robert Koenig Jackson, 

James I. Lundy . . ■ Greenwood, 

Grace Mason Jackson, 

Haden McKay Jackson, 

JuDSON Palmer .... Jackson, 
George Prestr!dge . . . Bogalu 
Robert Ridgevvay .... Jackson, 

Richard King Jackson, 

Hays Sneed Jackson, 

Kenneth Terrell . . . Prentiss, 
William Shutt .... Jackson, 

Bill Tyson Jackson, 

Doyle Mattox .... Swiftown, 

Ellis Wright Jackson, 

George Veager .... Stringer, 

Ruth Ward Terry, 

Marion Giddens .... Jackson, 
Candler Leggett .... Jackson 
Katherine Heidelberg . Jackson 

James Vance Jackson, 

Marshall McCormick . . Forest, 
Edward McDonnell . . Jackson, 
Hugh Nichols .... Lexington, 
Jack Spiceland .... Lucedale, 



John Stephens . . 
Wanda Tremaine 
Sara Anderson . 
Shirley Magee . 
Dick Barrett . . 
N. R. Currie, Jr. . 
Laverne Denson . 
James Downing . 
Elijah Fleming . 



Lexington 
, Jackson, 
. Jackson, 
. Jackson, 
Lexington, 
. Jackson 
. Jackson 
. Jackson 
. Jackson 



Jack Gates Jackson 



Miss. 

Miss. 

Miss. 

Miss. 

Miss. 

Miss. 

Miss. 

Miss. 
, Miss. 

Miss. 

Miss. 
, Mis:.. 

Miss, 
a. La. 
, Mis;.. 

Miss. 
, Miss. 

Miss. 

Miss. 

Miss. 

Miss. 

Miss. 

Miss. 

Miss. 

Miss. 
, Miss. 
, Mis. 

Miss. 

Miss. 

Miss. 

Miss. 

Miss. 

Miss. 

Miss. 

Miss. 

Miss. 

Miss. 
, Miss. 
, Miss. 

Miss. 

Mi.s. 
, Miss. 





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BiviNS, 0\vK\, Banks, Rlff, Nevvei.l 
McDiLL, Neblkit, Dubaiuj, Ki\c, Perme\ier 



Stiiadeet Executive Board 

Walter Bivins Pn\:idini Student Body 

Vardaman L. Owen Y. M. C. ./. 

Douglas Banks Y. If. C. .1. 

Sam Joe Ruff Literary Societies 

Harvey T. Newell, Jr Puhlicatinns 

Theresa McDill Puhlieatinns 

T. F. Neblett Hand 

David Dubard Glee Clubs 

Sara King Women's Pan-Hellenic Council 

Walter Permenter .Ithletics 




Classical Club 

Facvlt's- Advisors 
Miss Magnolia Simpsox Dr. A. P. Hamilton" 

Officers 

Edward A. Kha^ at . Prr 

Rabian I.ANE J"ni-Pirsid,nl 

Thvrza Braxton Secrclary 

DoRoiHV I.OFl.iN Treasurer 

LeCTI RFRS 
Dr. D. M. Kkv Miss Magnoi ia Simpson 

Prof. A. C Sandkrs Dr. Cvn. ('. Swkaringen 

Dr. a. p. Hamilton Dr. M. \V. Swartz 



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Scieece Club 

Purpose: To pininnt'.' interest in, and knowledge of, Science among; the 
students ot Millsaps College. 

Facii.Ti' AIrmbfrs 

Dr. J. M. Slli.ivan Pkot. J. H. Prick 

PitOF. c;. L. Harrki.i. 1-rof. N. \\'ii,kkrson' 

Officers 

Rni H. P>AiLin Prrsidrnt 

Aluxandi R ]>AiMS l"tcr-Prf:idint 

RlCilAiui KlWAlRO Sccrclary 

C;nKi)n\ Rogers . . . Treasiirrr 

\'aki)AM\\ I.. OvvEN" . Librarian 

CllARl.KS B. CIallowa"! . niblint/rnfi/irr 



Y. M, C. A, Cabieet 



Officers of thf Y. M. C. A. 

Vardaman L. Owen Prrsident 

John B. Howell Ficr-PresiJrni 

Paiil Griffith Sccrctary-Trcaiurer 

Prof. H. Coxrad Blackwell Faculty Advisnr 



Committees 

Piogniin J cspcrs 

S. J. Ruff Dan Heidelberg 

T. A. Gilbert Basil Moore 



Extension Work Church IJork 

John T. Vickers Albert Collins 

T. F. Neblett Luther Bennett 



Publicity Freshman Work 

Norman Boone John T. Kimball 

Connie Hozendorf David Dubard 



Social Music 

Rabian Lane Arthur Cross 

John Cresap Mathis Armstrong 



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Y. M. C. A. 

Neblett, Howyll, Dubard. Griffith 
Gilbert, Moore, Heidelberg Cresop 
Lane. Hozendorf. Boone, Bennett 
Collins, Ruff, Blackwell, Kimball 
Armstrong*, Owen 



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Officers of the Y. W. C. A. 

Douglas Banks Prt'siJrrtt 

Sara Owen King Vice-President 

Wll.NA RiGBV Secretary 

Mary Velma Simpson Treasurer 



Committee Chairmex 

Ann Stevens Lewis Program 

Elizabeth Buhrman Social 

Harriet Carothers World felloi!.-s//ip 

Rose Fulgham Wells Finance 

Mary Wacaster Publicity 

Vivian Cone Social Ser-vice 

Emma Maude Slaughter Music 

Mary Heald Indu. trial 



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Y. W. C. A. 

Wells. Banks. Lewi.s 

Simpson. Wacaster, Bulirman. King 

Carothers, Rigby. Heald 



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Theresa McDii.i., Editor Edward Khavat, liuuruss Maniu/rr 



The 1932 Boibashela 



Hal Wilson Dale Class Editor 

T. F. NEnl.ETE Pliotocjraph Editor 

Climos W. Walker Sports Editor 

Dorothy Dean- .-Irt Editor 

LucL-\\ Ferris Feature Editor 

EwiN'G Hester Organizations Editor 

Blanton' Dye Issistant Business Manayer 










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Harvei T. Nkweli., Jr., EJilor Sam Joe Rlifk, Ilusinrss Mmitu/ci 

The Piurple and White 

Tm; Staff 

Bi, ANTON DvE Miiiiiti/iii// Ediior RArnHRiNK Jacobs Sodal l-.diim 

Norman Bradley Feature Editor ('ijarloite Capers Columnist 

George Stephenson .... Sports Editor Ka\.vio\i) McGinnis Columnist 

Stokes Robertson Organizations }\.\\ Daii: Locals Editor 

Roy Bailey Organizations Kaihk'is Ili:Rni:Kr . , Hook Rrmeiv Editor 

Spurgeon Buckley . . Cir( ulatum Manaijcr 




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Gallo^H^ay Literary Society 

Officers 

RriBFK] Hoicn President 

AlBf.Kr Collins J'lct-President 

Basil E. Moorl . . Sni clary 

Vardaman Owen Trcasurrr 



IVIemkfrs 



Charlie Auams 
Luther Bennett 
Norman Boone 
M. S. Brantley 
Spurgeon Buckley 
Roy Bailey 
Joe Cargile 
Frank Casey 
CSoRDON Cooper 
Albert Collins 
Bob Enochs 
Allan Edwards 

CiABRlEL FELDER 



Philip Grice 
Fred Holladay 
Ray Holder 
Noel Hinson 
Paul Hardin 
Warfield Hesier 
Rabian Lane 
James Lundy 
Basil Moore 
sw'ope noblin 
Joe Pickett 
V. L. Owen 
J. C. Patterson 



Paul Ramse\- 
Sam Joe Ruff 
Marvin Riggs 
Baylis Shanks 
Jack Spiceland 
(jEorge Stephenson 
James Sweizer 
Dwight Taylor 
Edwin Underwood 
Paul Griffith 
Gladen Caldwell 
Charles Neill 
Robert Hough 



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GALLOWAY 


LITERARY 


SOCIETY 






Hough 


Collins 


:\Ioore 


Owen 




Adams 


Bennett 


Boone 


Brantley 


Bailey 




Casey 


Cooper 


Edwards 


Felder 


Grice 




Holladay 


Holder 


Hinson 


Hardin 


Hester 




Lane 


Lundy 


Noblin 


Pickett 


Patterson 


Ramsey 


Ruff 


Riggs 


Shanks 


Spiceland 


Taylor 


Underwood 


Griffith 


Neill 









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Lamar Literary Society 




Officers 

B. G. Austin Fifsideiit 

(George McMurrav ritr-Pirsidrnl 

Jack Dorris Sfiii'tary 

SioKEs V. Robertson', Jr Tiittsurir 

Walter Bivixs (Critic 



AIemrers 



B. G. Austin 
Walter Bivins 
Norman Bradley 
Jack Bridges 
John Cast i. en 
W. Holmes Cook 
Robert Cunningham 
Dase Davis 
Horace Davisson 



Iacien Ferris 
n. M. Key, Jr. 
David A. Livingston 
Raymond McGinnis 
George McMurray 
T. F. Nebleit 
Floyd Odom 
RoBERi Ridgewav 
Fj)MUN1) Ricketis 





Jack Dorris 


S'lOKEs \'. Robertson, Jr. 




James Downing 


l.EE SlOKES 




Dwti) Dlhard 


\'al(;ii\\ Wmkins 




Bias ion D'i e 


Dw Williams 




H. D. CiiiLis 


Joe Williams 
Kenneth Wills 

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Austin 

Castlen 

Davisson 

Dye 

McGinnis 

RicUetts 

Williams 



Bivins 

Cook 

Dorris 

Ferris 

Neblett 

Robertson 

Wills 



Bradley 

Cunningham 

Downing 

Key 

O'Dom 

Stokes 



Bridges 

Davis 

Dubard 

Livingston 

Ridgeway 

Watkins 




[ens Glee Cliab 



Dr. a. p. Hamilton-, Director Miss Magxoma Simpsov, A ccom f-anist 

Officers 

David Durard . Pnsidenl T. Neblett . . Assistant Business Manaejcr 

Edward Khavat .... Business Mcimu/er John- Kimbai.i Librarian 

Per.sonxel 



Luther Bennett 
M. S. Brantley 
T. F. Nerleii' 
Rowan Crews 



John Cresap 
Paul Griffith 
Fred Bass 
Russell Caroihers 



Spurceon Gaskin 
Edward Kha-^ at 
Beverly Briscoe 



John Campbell 
David Dubard 
John Kimball 



First Tenor 

T. M. Dickson 
Ray Holder 
John Neblett 
Kyle Phillips 

Shelby Roberts 

Second Tenor 

John Castle n 
Gabriel Felder 
Jesse Magee 
\'iKGiL Skipper 
Robert ^^'0MACK 

First Bass 

John Chambers 
Louis Decell 
James Fisher 
Manley Gregory 

Second Bass 

Charles Cole 
William Fulgham 

Quartet 
GiDDENs, King, Fulgham, Shutt 



Charles Schweizer 
William Tyson 
Mario.n Giddens 
James Taylor 



David Wai.ley 
Marzine Callahan 
Joe Guess 
Emilio Romano 



Lee Stokes 
James Lundy 
Richard King 



Ras \Lansell 
Smith McDougal 
\\'iiiiAM Shutt 



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Faculty Advisor 

Dr. J. M. SULLIVAK 

Officers 

Spurgeox Gaskiv : . . President 

R. P. \'i\CE\T I"ui-Prisidiiil 

Hal Dale Tnasurcr 

Theresa McOn i Srctitary 

Howard K. \\'n.i.iio;u) Rrpnrlrr 

Macon Phillips Plwingraplur 



Douglas Banks 
Winifred Green 

MOZELLE HEARON 

Billy Arnold 
Walter Bivins 
Charlton Hutton 



jMe.mbhrs 

Bill Jacobs 
P. H. Kim 
Allen Lindsey 
John Munsterman 
George Murphy 
T. F. Neblett 



Claude Passeau 
JniiN Patterson 

J. r. \'1CKERS 

\'auciian Watkins 
T. (). Prfwiti 
Hl:\R^ W'arrkn 



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Shis Panr i^r^trat^^ tu the 
iHrmury of 

(Enmmtr TJ^ i^mttli 

irlinir^ ^tuftrut-laliaut Athlrlp 

litUsaps (Enllryr ^tn^rut iSn^l| 

"IM" Olhtb 

iltUiiapH (UnlUuir IFariiUit 

lUillsa^iii (Uullryr (Unadituri #»taft* 



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Mieisiterial League 

Officers 

Mathis Armstrong Praidrnl 

NORMA\' BnoNK s J'uf-Prcsidi'nt 

Bash. E. Moore Srcntai y-Trcasttifr 

Members 

Mathis Armstrong P. H. Kim 

Luther Bennett Marshall Lane 

M. S. Brantley Sam Moody 

Norman Boone Basil E. Moore 

Frank Casey Floyd Odom 

Albert Collins Lee Stokes 

Sherrell Coleman Henry Varner 

Gabriel Felder Robert Young 

Noel Hinson Swope Noblin 

Connie Hozendorf Buren Akers 



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letereatioeal Melatioiis Club 



Faculty 


M 


•AIBERS 


Professor Rnss H. Moorf 




Or. a. p. Hamilton- 


Miss Fi.orencf Lffcm 


StI'DEXT 


AI 


FMRl-RS 


N'iKCIMA ^'nL\GBL00^ 




NOKNLW HrADLEY 


Kai HR^ N Herbert 




KiiwARii Khavat 


MaRV ^^'ACASTER 




1(111 \ Kimball 


Helen Ripifv 




Carl Citrer 


Maroarei Flowers 




PaI L CjRIFFITH 


Robert Holgh 




W'ALIFR BlVIN'S 


Harvev T. Newei.l, Jr. 




Stokes W Robertsox, Jr 


Charles Walker 




tlVCELLE TVNES 



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Tlie Womae^s Association 

Ortjan'tzid October, ig^o 

Purpose: To represent and to further the best interests of the student body; to 
strengthen the spirit of unity and sense of individual responsibility among the women 
of Millsajis College. 

'- . Officers 

Mary Ormond Heald President 

Makv \'elma Simpson ■ Vice-Prestdent 

Sara Owen King Secretary 

WiLNA Aline Rigbv Treasurer 

Harriet Bvrd Carothers ... Prmjiain Chairman 

Rose Fulgham ^^'ELLS Social Chairman 

DOROTUV CovvEN Reporter 

Mrs. Mary H. Sione Faculty Ad-visor 




Kivn, Caplrs, Jacobs, Moore 
S.Miiti, W'acastfr, Heidelberg, Herbert 



Rl-l'RF,Si:XT.\TIVES 

Kttpp/i Dtita 
Sara King Harriei r HEinKi.BHUG 

D(lt<i Z(ta 
Mary Wacaster Gi.ewa Moore 

Phi Mil 

KATHRYN HhKBERl ("llAKI.OriE CAPERS 

Hitd Su/iiKi Omiiron 
Sara Smith Kaiiierine Iacobs 



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Millsaps0lO6tih Engineers Band 

Fka\k Sla'IEK Haiiant Officer 

Thomas F. Nebleti Staff S,rii,ant 



Hai, \V. Dale 



Siryiants 
Stokes \'. Robertson', Jr. Davu) Y. Di:bard 



Corp'jrtih 
Spukceon p. CSaskin Joe F. Guess Franklin C. Heard B. Smmh McDolgal 

First Class Privates 

Alton E. Barnette James S. Fisher R. Cordon CjRantham John F. Nebleit 

John C. Chambers Elijah H. Flemlng Armand M. Karow Hugh L. Nichols 



Mathis E. Armstrong 
Thomas S. Boswell 
John C. Castlen 
Charles W. Cole 
James Y. Downing 
Philip H. CJrice 



Privates 

James K. Gilbert 
Ray Holder 
Jesse L. Holmes 
James I. Lundv 
John E. Melvin 
HadExV E. McKay 



George E. Murphy 
Kyle Phillips 
Gordon K. Rogers 
Lee T. Stokes 
Henry Varner 
John Howard 




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M P' i^. :^ 

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IIamimdn, Mnc'iiKM,, Jenkins 

MooKK, Kk\, U'lini-, \'an Hook 

HovvKi.L, Gilbert, Robertson 

Permenter, Bivins, Khavat, Neweli,, Dubard 



Oeiicroe Delta Kappa 

( St ml f lit Lciulcrsliip) 



Fouiidtd ill If'tu/iiiK/lon and Lie L'niiursily in /o// 
Colors: Blue and White I'lihliituinn: " Fhe Circle" 

PI CIRCLE 



A. P. Hamilton 

B. E. Mitchell 



JOFiN B. Howell 

Stokes V. Robertson, Jr. 



Faculty AI km hers 
F. C. Jenkins 
Ross H. Moore 
D. M. Kev 

Stl'dent Mh.mbhrs 
T. A. Gilbert, Jr. 
Walter Permenter 
Harvey T. Newell, Jr. 



M. C. \^'hite 
B. O. Van Hook 



Walter Bivins 
Edward A. Kha'i at 



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Wacaster, McDii.l 
Gref.\, Hfriifri, Ripley 



Chi Delta Phi 

(Literary) 

Fnutulid at tlir I'nivrrsity of Tnuiissiu in IQIQ 

Colors: Blue and Cjnlil Publi<ation: "Litterateur" 



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IOTA CHAPTER 
Mar\ W'acasiik 
Theresa McDill Kaihrvn Herbert 

Winifred Greek Helen Ripley 



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White, Prick, MfJORi:, Sanders, Willifoxd 
Newell, Roberisdn', McCjInxis, Bradle-^, Khayat 



Sigma Upsiloe 

(Litei-ary) 

Founded at the Vnivrrsily of the Snulli 

Colors: Green and Gold I'uhlualion: ''News Letter" 

KIT KAT CHAPTER 

Faculty Members 
D. II. Bishop J. B. Price 

M. C. White Ross H. Moore 

A. G. Sanders 



Howard K. Williford 
Harvey T. Newell, Jr. 



Student Members 

Stokes X. Robertsox, Jr. 
Ray.mo.vd McCJinxis 
Edward A. Khayat 



Raeburx Casburx 
NoRMAX Bradley 



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Wai.kkk, Nkwci.i., Hkkckki, Lim)sk\, 15ai::es 
Green, King, Moore, Wacasier, Kha\at 



Eta Sigima 

(Srho/ursliip) 
Founded Locally at Mtllsaps Collier in /pi 

Facl'ltv Memher 
Ross H. Moore 



Clinton W. Wai.kir 
Harvey T. Newell, Jr. 
Kathryn Herbert 



Stl OEXT Members 
Allan Lindsev 
Alexander Baines 
Winifred Green 



Sara King 
Makv Wacaster 
Edward Khavat 



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Sam Jof. Ruff, Stokes \'. Robertson', Jr. 

BlVINS 



Pi Kappa Delta 

(Forensic) 
Publication: "The Forensic" 

MISSISSIPPI ALPHA CHAPTER 

Facl LTV Member 

Charles F. Nesbitt 



Stuuext Members 
Sam (oe Ruff Walter Bivens 

Stokes V. Robertso.v, Jr. 



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W'nm;, Daik, (.JLi.i.KDfrE, Mookr 
Hestkr, McDiLL, Howell, Willifqrd 



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Alpha Psi Omega 

( Drdniiilii } 
FdiiriJfil ill ll'ist I'll 1/ mill S/dl,- CiiUciie 
Colors: Blue and Gold Puhli«il'u,n: '■The Phixbil 

ALPHA PI CAST 







Facl l,T^ 


Ml 


•:mi!i:rs 




M 


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'llIEE 






Ross H. 


Moore 






StI DHXT 


M\ 


•MHKRS 




Ti 


IIKRESA 


McOuL 






Jeawette CIulledge 


II 


\l \\\\ 


.s()\ Pale 






\V. F. 11 


ESTER, Jr. 


Il( 


)\\ AKI) 


K. W'u.iii 


ORI) 




John H. 


1 low ELL 






u 


KDKRSTLDIES 




C,< 


)KllO\ 1 


Or w rii \M 






r. F. ne 


I'.LEi r 


D( 


)K()^ll^ 


Pean 






K A 1 URN \ 


llERnERT 


H 


ARVEY 


r. Newell 


, Jr. 


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Wai ktp, LivixGsiox. RiGBV, KnA^ Ai, Odom, Cltrer 
l^\l^, Kimball, Hinds, Bradsiiaw, C'.\kii;k, niNAWAV 



Sigma Mho Chi 



Foundrd l.ocuUy al Mdlsaf'S ('ollci/r in IQJO 



Colors: Scarlet and Crear 



Flmvrr: Carnation 



Class of 1932 
Clinton ^^'. Walker D. A. Livingston 

John S. Moon Lawson Rigsbv 

Eiiu ARi) A. KnA'iAr 

Class of 1933 
Pat Dlnawav \']rgil Skipper 

Floyd Odom Gvcelle Tvxes 

c. m. cutrer 

Class of 1934 
John Kimball Joe M. Hinds 

Walter Backstrom James Campbell 



Class of 1935 
Fr4N'Cis Bradshaw Malcolm Carter 




Founded at ll'iishim/ton and Lie I'ni-vrrsity in l86s 

Colors: Crimson and Gold Floicers: Magnolia and Red Rose 

Puhlicalion: "Kappa Alpha Journal" 

ALPHA MU CHAPTER 



Class of 1932 

Barclay Donaldson" David M. Key, Jr- 

LuciAN Ferris 



Class of 1933 

Billy Arnold John Enochs 

Roy Bailey Stokes V. Robertson, Jr. 

Paul Griffith Robert P. Vincent 



Class of 


I9J4 


Norman Bradley 


W. J. Tremaine* 


Gordon Grantham 


Rex Moody* 


Jack McDill 


ToMMiE Goodwin* 


H. V. \\'atkins, Jr. 


John Chambers* 


Ari hlr Rogers 


Candler Leggett* 


Class of 


1935 


Jimmy Downing* Judson Palmer* Billy Solrs* 


Luther Crull* Robert Ridgeway* Louis Hallam* 


Bob Cunningham* Warfield H 


ester* Archie Haley* 


Joe Carcii.e* Charlie Adams* Edmond Ricketts* | 


Arthur Todd* 


Edward Flowers, Jr.* 


•Pledges. 




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KAPPA ALPHA 

Rogers. Vincent, Robertson- Bradley. Grantham 

Todd, Cunningham. Hester, Ridgeway. Flowers 

Haley, Tremaine, Palmer, Watkins. GrifBth 

Key. Goodwin. Chambers, Leggett, Enochs 

Downing, Ferris. Hallam, Sours. Donaldson 

Arnold, Ricketts, Adams. McDill 



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Kappa Sigma 

t'oundid al the I'ni-vnsity of Ilidoi/iia in //oo 
Founded al llic I' /livrrsily of I'lit/iniii in lSti~ 



Culms: Scarlet, N^'hite, Emerald Floivfr: Lil v-nf-the-\'alle\ 

I'lihlitalions: "The Cailuceus" and "The Star and Cre-cent" 

ALPHA UPSILON CHAPTER 



T. A. (ilLBI^RI, Jk. 
ClIARI.KS ]■). Ci.M.LOWAV 



Class of 1932 

W. R. Ferris 
\\'alter Permenter 



Claude W. Passeau, Jr. 
Ken'N'eth Wills 



John" K. Howell 



Class of 1933 
\V. E. Hester, Jr. 



Hen'rv Newcomb* 



Class of 1934 



Wilton Dees 


Joe H. Stone 


C;ene Brister I 


Dan Heidelrerg 


J. B. Morrison 


Cari.avi) Hollonlxn 


F. C. Heard 


James Moore* 

HlLERV WllAELEV* 

Class of 1935 


Melvin Richardson* 


James \'axce* 


Hugh Nichols* 


Thomas McDonnell* 


Va) McDonnell* 


John Stephens* 


E. H. Latimer* 


Jack CIaies* 


Dick Bxkkiii* 


Manlev Gregory* 


N. R. CURRIE* 


CillllAM trWIN* 


Bill Tyson* || 


Smith McDougal* 


Marvin Smiiii* 


Russell Carothers* ' 


Mal Anderson* 


I.OLIS 1')ICI1.1.* 


Mosby Alford* j( 


Hi_RO Newcomb* 


Kenneth CIilbert* 


T. J. Ingram* j 


James Bunvard* 


Curtiss Knight* 
pugh i.ightcap* 


Claude Moore* 


Pledg.-.s. 


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KAPPA SIGMA 

Gallowaj'. Heidelberg, Stephens. Passeau. Psrmenter, Barret 

Gates, Smiih, McDonnell, Newcomb, Howell 

Hester, Knight. ]\Iorrison, Newcomb, Moore. Heard 

Vance. HoUoman. Gilbert. McDougal, Nichols 

Wills. Moore, Whatley, Gilbert. Docell, Gwin 

Curry, McDonnell. Tyson, Gregory, Lightcap ' 

Latimer, Bunyard. pLichardson. Anderson. Altord, Dees 



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Fotindid III till' I' nti'ii sily of I'li/mui in iS6q 

Colors: Garnet and Gold Flo^t:i'r: Lily-of-the-\'alley 

Pith.untion: "Shield and niamn:id" 

Class of 1932 

D. V. Herloxg, Jr. M. Frankliv ^^'I^LIAMS 

J. H. NoBi.iv 

Class of 1933 

James (jUess V. D. Towksend* 

Harvey T. Newell, Jr. 

Class of 1934 
Blanton Dye Thomas Ross 

Walter Boone Richard Kinnaird 

Spurceon Buckley Beverly Briscoe* 

Holmes Cook* 



Paul Hardin* 
DwiGHT Taylor* 
Hayden McKay* 
Clarence McCormick' 
James Crutcher* 
John Castlen* 



Class of 1935 

Elijah Fleming* 
Joe F. Guess* 
Charles Cole* 
Fritz Melvin* 
Kyle Phillips* 
Charles Neill* 



Laurens KEN\El)^ ' 
Jesse Magee* 
Shelby Roberts* 
Ellis Wright* 
Robert Brent* 
Robert Stockfi 1* 



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PI KAPPA ALPHA 

Herlong. Williams, Noblin, Guess, Townsend 

Newell, Dye, Boone, Buckley, Ross 

Kinnaird, Briscoe, Cook. Hardin, Taylor 

McKay. McCoiniick, Crutcher, Castlen. Fleming 

Guess, Cole. Melvin. Phillips, Neill 

Kennedy. Magee, Wright. Brent. Stockett 



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Thieita Kcappa Nu 

FoiiiuhJ lit Diury ('oil,//, in 1()2^ 



Colors: Black, Crimson, Silver Floivir: American Beauty Rose 

Pul/lii cilioii: "Theta News" 

MISSISSIPPI ALPHA CHAPTER 

Class of 1Q32 
n.win Olbard Bill Jacobs 

^^'ILLL\M Ervin" John Patterson" 

Lkf. Travis Walter Bivens 

H. (j. Warren Sam Joe Ruff* 

Class of 1933 
Rarian Lane Fki.ix rxnERwooD 

T. F. Neblett I.. B. Jones 

Emilio Romano* 

Class of 1934 
Horace Davisson IIowaro Nevland* 

CiFORnE McMiKRV Jack Briiiges* 

Sam LAc^;E^ 



Marzine Callahan* 
John Gillaspev* 
Charles Hanna* 
Maurice Jones* 



Class of 1935 

Ralph Jones* 
James Lundv* 
O. C. Moffett* 
John Neblett* 
Joe \\'ii,i,iams* 



Webb Overstreet* 
Arthur Pierce* 
Lee Stokes* 
W. A. Suber* 



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THETA KAPPA NU 

Dubard. Ervin, Travis, Warren, Jacobs 

Patterson. Bivins, Ruff, Lane, Neblett 

Underwood, Jones, Romano, Davisson, Bridges 

Laclcay. Callahan, Gillaspy, Hanna, Jones 

Jones, Lundy, Moffett, Neblett, "Williams 

Overstreet, Pierce, Stokes. Suber 



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PhiMu 



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Founded at W fsleyan C Itrye in jS^J 

Colors: Rose ami White Floicer: Rose Carnatictn 

Puhruatiun: "Aglaia" 

Class of 1932 
Kathrvn Herbert Marv Woodliff 

Mary Heald Meredith Owens 



Class of 1933 

Winifred Green Martha Hamilios 

Catherine Peets* 

Class of 1934 

Catherine Jones Ann Pullen 

Maude McLean Elizabeth Warren 

Marv Gillespie Charlotte Capers 

Margaret Flowers* 

Class of 1935 

Katherine Heidelberg* Sara W. Anderson* 

Wanda Tremaine* Martha Donaldson' 

Norvelle Beard* Emma Heald* 



In Faculty 

Florence Leech* 




PHI MU 

Herbert. Heald, Woodliff, Owens 

Green. HanJlton, Peets, Jones 

McLean. Gillespie. Pullen. Warren 

Capers, Heidelberg, Tremaine. Beard 

Anderson, Donaldson, Heald 




Kappa Delta 

I'uundcd at J'iri/inia Stali Xorrnal CoUei/f in jSq/ 



Colors: Olive Green and White 



Flo-^cr: White Ro^e 



I'ubiiiation: "Ange'os" 



MU CHAPTER 



Class of 1932 
Sara King Rose Wells 

\'lRGINL\ \0L NCBLOOD CaMILLE PeNIX* 

Ha[u NLA Buck Theresa McDill 

Helen Riplev Frances Rush* 

Frances Decell* Bettv Blhr.vl^n* 

Class of 1933 

Mary Sue Burnham* Marguerite Gainev* 

Carl Lee Swavze* Helen Furlow 

Marv Eleanor Alford* 

Class of 1934 
IFarriemk Heidelberg Mar\ \'ir(;inl\ \\'ells 

JuLL\ Deloach Sara Heidelberg 

Dorothy Dean 



Class of 1935 
Lykell Wooten* 




KAPPA DELTA 

King, YouimlihHid Huck. Ripley 

Ufcell, Wells, MeDill, Rush 

Buiirman, Buruliani. -Swayze, Gainey 

Furlow, Alfcrd. Heidelberg, Del^oach 

Wells, Heidelberg. Dean. Wooten 



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Delta Zeta 



Fnundi'd at Miami Viii-vcrsity in igo2 



Colors: Nile Green and Killarney Rose 

Puhlicalion: "The Lamp" 



Floivt-r: Killarnev Rose 



Class of 1932 

Glenna Moore Betty Parker* 

Mary Wacaster Ruth Forman* 

Douglas Banks Sarah Stevexs* 



Class ok 1933 



Evelyn Myers 
Juamta Winstead* 
Adamae Partik* 
OxEiTA Winstead* 



JuANiTA Lane* 
Ann Stevens Lewis* 
Thyrza Braxton* 
Elizabeth IIkitman' 



Class of 1934 
Catherine Lamkix* Hazel McPhail* 

Class of 1935 

Dot Thompson* Lois Campbell* 

Ruth Sarrett* Julia Cox* 



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DELTA ZETA 

Moors, Wacaster, Banks, Parker 

Forniaii, Stevens, Myers- Winstead 

Winsteafl, Lane, Partin, Lewis 

Branton, Heitnian. Lamkin. McPhail 

Thompson, Sarrett, Campbell. Cox 



IPS 




Beta Si^ma Omicrom 



Founded al ilie V nivcrsity of Missouri in iSSS 



Colors: Rubv and Pink 



Flozi-rrs: Richmond and Killarney Roi^e 
Publication: "The I'rn" 



ALPHA ZETA CHAPTER 



Class of 1932 
Sara SMirii Mildred Clark 

Mary Velma Simpson 

Class of 1933 
Katherine Jacobs Lillian Polk 

Class of 1935 
Dorothy Cowex* Mary Leila Milner* 

Grace Mason* Frank Rae Darden* 

Daisy Kate Brown* Elise Enochs* 

Frances McMullan* 



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BETA SIGMA OMICRON 

Smith, Clark. Simpson 

Jacobs, Folic. Cowan 

Mason, Brown, Milncr 

Darden, Enochs 




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Gaddy 



Rexi:;ger 



The Coaches 



Coach Tranny Lee (iadils, lie;ui tcKithall (.-Dach, came to u^ highly recoiniiuiuled av a inach 
and a man. That he has fulHIIcd all expectations goes without saying, denial and g.ntlenianlx 
in his manner, he has won the adnnialinn, rcpect, and love of thn: e who have worked wilh him. 
On the football field In- has luiilded smmd y and successfully, and we predict tnr his tuture 
teams a success that will overreach the past brilliance of Major teams. 

Director of Athletics 15. O. \'an Hook is alsi) assi tant football coach, head bask,tball coach, 
and freshman baseball coach. In .idditicm to these duties, he finds time to win everv student at 
Millsaps through his cheerful f riendline:s. \'an is inva'uable to the Major gridders, hi> var:-lt> 
ba ketball and fre; hman baseball teams are always among the best, and he al\va\s works hard 
for the success of athletics at MilKaps. 

A. I. Rexinger was the man behind (lie liun for the sensational freshman tddtball team. Rex 
is a quiet, unassuming fellow, lull he knows what he is about. He was an in piration as well 
as an advi:;or and coach. More poxver to vou. Coach Rexinger; may your fre hman teams a I be 
of the same caliber as \(iur first one. 





LuciEN Ferris 
Assistant 



Frances Decell 
Assistant 



John" B. Howei.l 
Ilrad Cheniradcr 



The Clieerleaders 



The Millsaps Majors were very fortunate (his \ear to have so fine a corps of 
cheerleaders. Head Cheerleader John H. Howell and his assistants, Lucian Ferris 
and Frances Decell, were right there with the old pep all the time, and even when 
things were looking black for the Majors they never allowed the enthusiasm of the 
student body to wane. The team was inspired tp fight still harder because of the 
wonderfid encouragement and co-operation given them by the students and this 
efhcient grciup of leaders. 

The Manager 

John Henry "Legs" Noblin is the lioy who handled the water bottles and the 
countless other duties of manager. He is ilue much credit for the work he did in 
the care of the team. 




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Permenter 



Passo 



Walter Permenter, Captain and Quarterback 

\^'alter "Pep" Permenter was captain and quarterback of the Majors of 1931. didl aiul collected 

in a pinch, "Pep" had the ideal temperament for a leader. Permenter was a true triple-threat 

of the first order and he will be sadly missed next year. 



Leonard Stonestreet, Halfback 

Leonard Stonestreet, one of the most elusive half-backs in the conference, had another good year. 
His running and passing helped the Majors on their way many times. "Stone" leaves a big gap 

in the Militant fold. 



Claude Passo, Fullback 

"Joe (]um" Passo closed a brilliant football career when he left the field Thanksgiving day. 

Passo divided his time between end and fullback, and was a star at both positions. His hard 

drive and sturdy defense featured his play. 






McDaniel 



Padgett 



Jacobs 



Footbal 



L. F. iMcDaniel, Fullback 

"PuiK'li" Mcniinifl, ;iltc-i iK!tc c;ipt;;in, i'- .iiintlur M'ni.:r who li;iv played liis last i^ame for the 

Majors. "Puiuli" will Iniii; be remeiiihjrcil as a (lashing, driving fullback and a defen.-ive gem 

who fought hard at all times for vittorv. 



Frank Padgett. Guard 

■Papa" Padgett was one of the flock of go'id guard- tliat tlie Majors boasted of this season. 
Padget is a ^enior who e speed and scr.ip will Iv hard to replace. 



Bill Jacobs, £?7t/ 



I)ill Jacobs is the big end who was alwa\^ ^o fa^t down the held inider punts or leaping high 
in the air to grab a pa-^ that spelled a long gain. On the defens,- his powerful charge and tight 
spilled nian\ an oppo'-ing bark for a loss. Hill wa^ the winner of th? "most valuable player" 

a\var(I. 




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DUNNAWAY 



CUTRER 



D. Davis 



Football 



Pat Dunaway, Center 

"Pat" Dunnaway, the lanky boy who plays ceiiler, is one ot the reasons for the bright prospects 
of Millsaps football in 1932. Pat is an old head, a hard-driving defensive and offensive player, 

and a leader as well. 



C. M. CuTRER^ Guard 



Carl Cutrer is a scrapping guard who will answer the first call for practice next September. 
Carl is a good man to have around in a pinch, and ^ve are glad he is to be hack. 



Dace Davis^ Quarterback 



Dace Da\is is the sophomore who stepped up and made for himself a place in the first string 
backfield. Dace was a triple-threat, and played excellently at either (juarter or half. 




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Walker 



Enochs 



Football 



William Ervin, Tackle 

Hill F,r\in i. nncither of iht- sciiiurs who is le;iviii<i the Militants this sprins. Hiji "Mamie" will 
Ik- miiiIn iiiis^til fniiii his taikU- pcisitiin, where his charge anil fiiihtinL; spirit made him a 

valuab'e man. 



Clinton W. Walker, Halfback 



Charlie Walker plaxtcl his third varsitv year as one (it the most dep?ndable and consistent ground 

gainers on the s((uad. lie tapered (itf his career wiJi a fine exhibition of ball carrying against 

th,' Chnclaws Ihanksgiving day. 



John Enochs, Guard 



John f.iiiichs i. a big 



\v 111! pla\ed guard. .\ little mcire experience will find him a formidable 
candidate fcr a guard position. 



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Stone 



Davisson 



Kha^at 



Football 



Joe Stone^ Tackle 

Stone is a bny, who, when he set'- a little more experience, \vili make trouble for the regular 
tackles. He showed tine fiti;ht wh^n he ii,ot in a game this year. He is a sophomore, and wi'l 

be back next vear. 



Horace Davisson, Halfback 



'Demp" Davisson is one who worked hard ai'd never (juit in ordtr that the team might succeed. 
He has two more \ears in which to show his worth. 



Edward Khayat. Halfback 



''Eddie" Khayat gained fame as a blocking back and came into his own this year. He was also 

a g(JO(l (|uar.erback as well as half. Eddie's spirit and fight will stand him in good stead in life 

as it has done on the athletic field. 






Morrison 



Richardson 



F. Davis 



J. B. Morrison, Guard 



limmv Morrixm \vas one of the lijihtest of the linemen, but he was also one of the scrappiest, 
limmv is onlv a sophomore, and the coming two 3'ears should see him become a guard to be 

remembered. 



Melvin Richardson, Tackle 

Melvin Richardson came to us from a junior college and soon won the hearts of fans and players 

with his hard fight and masterful playing. Big "Rich" played tackle on offense and roving 

center on defense. lie will be back next vear. 



Frank Davis, End 

Frank Davis, end, is a product of Fast Central Junior College. Frank has a bright future in 
athletics ahead of him. He is a sound wingman, being an All-State selection, and should go 

good next season. 




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Hoi.loman; 



Gordon 



Romano 



Garland Holloman, Quarterback 



5o" Hdlldinan, the third of the taniil\ t(i phiy at Millsaps, and a ([uarterback also, is one of the 
liard \vorl<ers who is expeeteil to cdiiie throutiii fiu' the Majors. 



Louie Gordon^ Tackle 

Louie Gordon, hefty tackle, pluRKed up holes in the line when he was sorely needed. A graduate 
of East Central luninr College, he lived up to all advance notices and is counted on for future 

work. 



Emilio Romano^ Fidhack 



"Joe" Romano returned to school after a vear's vacation and brought back with him the same 
drive that featured hi^ pla\ as a sophomore fullback. "Little Dag" played brilliantly this year 

and will he back. 




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Lackev 



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Jack Bridges, End 



Jack Bridges, a sophoinnre, came tdrward with a I"u^h the first of the year and soon estab i>hed 
himself as an end to he reckoned with. Cireat things are expected of him. 



Sam Lackey, Tackle 

Sam Lackey is an up-and-coming tackle whom the coaches are counting oti to come through in 

1932. 



Connie Hozendorf^ Guard 

'Hozey" Hozendorf, a hard rock who pla\ed guard, is a never-say-die scrapper who will be 

heard from. 




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Gycelle Tynes, Guard 

tivcelle Tynes was another junior colle>;e product who made ^'^od his first year as a Major. 

T\iies played a guard and his speed made him a valuable man in the interference. On the 

defense he was ahvays knifing into the opposing backfield. 



John Moon, Center 

"Dago" Moon, the big forkliander from Lumberton, was converted into a first-class center and 

filled the bill to perfection. Hl' was a tower of streng.'h from his defensive tackle position and 

wi'l be missed when the Majors take the field next year. 



Lee Travis, Guard 

"Whitey" Travis completes the ()uintette of fine guards. Travis had experience, fight, and 
strength as assets and we are sorry to lose him. 












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Jones 



McGinn IS 



Campbell 



L. B. Jones, Halfback 



L. B. Jones is a speedster whn will hear \\ atcliiii.ij; in the future. "Tapey" has plenty of experi- 
ence and is a \ersatile back of \vh(nn much is expected. 



R. M. McGiNNis, Center 

'Red" McCjinnis is the red-headed six-footer who played center, and whose spirit was as flaminc 
as his hair. He has one more year to play. 



Campbell. End and Guard 

'Roseilale" Campbell, end and i;uard, is a charging youngster who was in his first year of 
varsity competition this year. 





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Cooper 



Rogers 



J. T. VlCKERS^ End 



John T. "Teasem" Vickers entered his first football competition for Millsaps. John was an 
adept at catching passes from his end and was a barrier on defense. 



Alonzo Cooper^ Halfback 



Alonzo Cooper is a hard-running back who is destined to develop into a valuable man in his 

two remaining years. 



Rogers^ Quarterback 



'Skinny" Rogers is another of the faithful sophomore backs who will make things hot for other 

backs for two more vears. 






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Freshman Football 



The Freshman Foiithall Tcnm (it 1931 was withrnit doubt the iiio>t sensational 
a^KitT'it'"!' that has ever asK'nihlecl as a first-year team at Millsaps, surpassing in 
all-round power and ahilit> the now faniou- s(|uad ot 1927. Under the able tutelage 
of Coach Rexins^er the frosh •team-roller amassed the amazint; total of 210 points 
in H\e names; meanwhile their own i;oal line was untouehed by enemy cleats. Pick- 
ing; individual stars 1 rom such a co'lection woidd be next to impossible. SutHce it 
to say that it was an all-star s(|uail whose piwer will be felt in the future in 
S. I. .'\. .'\. and l")ixie Conference circles. 



Minors 
Minors 
Minors 
Minors 
Minors 



Totals 



Scores 

86 



Southwest Junior College o 

Hinds Junior C^dlege o 

Loyola Freshmen o 

Spring Hill Freshmen o 

Mississippi College Freshmen . . . . o 



10; Opponents o 



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Leonard Stonestrcet, captain of tin- fast-tra\flin>j Alajor quintet, was the most 
improved player on the court of the hist \ ear crop. A letterman at a forward posi- 
tion last season, he became a first chiss guard when needed at that post. In addition, 
he was probably the best Hoorman of the lot and scored with great consistency. 

Rich Richardson was another football man to show versatility in capturing a place 
on the first string. Rich mo\es with amazing, cat-like agility for a man of his size, and 
his smooth, fast Hoor \\-ork was a great factor in the work of the militant machine 
and a ponent reason why the Majors led the Dixie and S. I. A. A. Conferences. 

Frank Davis is the third of the t)io of football lettermen to step into the first fi\e 
on the hardwood floor. Frank was the high scorer of the team and, together with 
Richardson, provided a fast-breaking, high-scoring combination at forwards for the 
Alajors. Frank had an uncann\- e\e for the basket and earned a reputation as a hard 
man to cover. The fact that he and Richardson will be back next year gives an 
optimistic outlook for the next ^lajor machine. 

Joe Stone was the fifth member of the combination that worked so effectively for 
the Majors. Joe is one of those rarities — a Sophomore regular. He was the back 
guard and the backbone of the defense. Joe is a fine floor man and can score when 
needed. ]\Iuch is expected of him before he is through as a Major. 



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Rabian "Lupino" Lane, the sensational Sophomore guard of last year's team, 
was transformed into a center where his height and reach were very \aluahle. 
He continued his fine work as a dependable offensive and defensive man, scoring 
often and shining at securing the rebound off the backboard. Lane will also 
return next season. 

Claude Passeaii, center and letterman for two years on IVIajor quints, was a 
hard and effective worker who was used often without weakening the work of 
the team. Few were the centers wlio could beat him to the tip-off, and he was 
a constant threat to score. His work at retrie\ing reboimds \\'as good. 

Jolin Henr\' Xoblin played either forwartl or guard. He was another letter- 
man and six-footer who was called into action often and ile]i\ered to the satis- 
faction of all concerned. 

Jolin T. Vickers, forwardti, was another letterman whose experience and 
versatility stood the Majors in good stead numerous times. Tall, rangy, and 
fast, Vick scored consistentl\- and could take the tip-off at center when neetled. 



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Thomas Ross, forward, was a member of the Sophomore combina- 
tion to come lip this year. Thomas is rangy and fast, with a good 
eye for the basket, and plays the floor well. 

Dace Davis, forward, was a Sophomore that was kept down only 
by the brilliance and experience of the other forwards. He was used 
frequently with good results, and we predict for him a bright futiu'e as a 
Major basketeer. 

Pat Diinnaway developed into a forward of surprising ability this 
season. Pat is tall and fast, playing a fine floor game and fighting in 
for numerous crip shots. Pat will return next year and should go good. 

Elmo Gerald came to us as one of the best products turned out by 
the Junior Colleges of ^Mississippi. He convinced us of his reputation 
by some brilliant playing. 



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Varsity JBasketball 



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Walter Backstroni was anothc-r Sophomore whose versatilit\ was 
noticeahle. Tall and fast, with a iiood eye, he can play cither center or 
forward, and has a fine future on the hardwood. 

Ike Linds'v, forward, is the little man who does big things with 
the basketball. He makes up for lack of height by speed and cleverness. 
He h;is another year. 

(lycelle T\ lies was another of the many football men to deli\er as a 
court star. 1 ynes is a guard, and a good one, wlio has another year to 
show his wares. His defensive play is of high calibre and he scores often. 

jimmy Morrison was the manager of the team and had plenty of 
work as ins ;liare in th.' success of Major basketball. Jimnu' was also 
the efficient chaufieur of the bus that hauled the basketeers to the 
Armor\' each afternoon. 



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Back roil-: Rinnv, Aliord, Hlrmiam, Coach Brumkiei.d, Partin', Eato\, Hull 

Knei'ling: Barrow, Buhrmax, V^'arren, Cowan 

Si/tint/: Abercrombie, Luter, Jacobs, Captain Loflin, Swayze 



Woma]ii''s Athletic Department 

Millsaps College, along with the other co-ed schools of the nation, has realized the 
importance of athletics as an extra-ciirriciilar for women. Through the efficient direc- 
tion and diligent coaching of Mrs. W. O. Briimfield, the Majorettes have had formid- 
able teams that have brought Millsaps College to the front in feminine athletic circles. 



Girls' Basketball 

During the past few years the Millsaps Majorettes ha\e come through with fl\ing 
colors in the field of basketball. Coach Hrunilield, working tirelessly, has put on the 
floor teams that have shown abilky, good teamwork ,and a fine spirit of sportsmanship. 
Above is pictured the 1932 representati\es of the girls' basketball team. These girls 
joined together in practice periods throughout each week during th; season and under 
tutelage of Coach Brumfield and splendid captaincy of Dot Loflin formed a team 
worthy of wearing the colors of purple and white. 



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This department of girls' athletics is rather young at ]\IilI- 
saps. Due to the fact that there is no gym, the girls ha\e to 
resort to the use of the old Science Hall to hold their practices. 
In this dejiartment Coach Brumfield had the assistance of ]\Irs. 
B. C). Van Hook. These two ladies t;!ught the girls \arious 
exercises that required grac and ahilit\. The j-ihotos shown 
above and the following page indicate the success that Coach 
Brumfield and Assistant Coach Van Hook have had in inaugu- 
rating the gymnastic classes at Millsaps College. 




The Gymxastic Classes Performixg Various Exercises 




Back rail:: McDowem,, Tvsox, McNeece, Ingram, Phillips, Coach Rexlvger 
Ft/i/!t roii:: Latimer, Magee, C5odvvi\, Juanico, (Sregorv, Loflin 



Freshmae Basketball 

'1 he Minor basketball team, coached by A. I. Rexinger, showed 
much ability and experience that lia\e made them good vaisit\ 
material. It is from the Freshman ranks that Coach H. O. Van 
Hook has drawn his best men to form the nucleus of the teams that 
have won fame in the S. 1. A. A. basketball circles. McXeese, 
McDonnell, Godwin, Juanico, IMagee, and Cailla\et, who is not 
shown in the picture, are men whom Coacli \"an Hook can count 
on to come through in forming a i<).v^ championship basketball 
team. The Freshmen won the majorit\ of their games and the 
work of Coach Rexinger is commendable. 




DUBARI), IvHAYAT, ('(lACH \^'llll^, Kk\, RODnivKS, HeSTER 



Teeeis 

Tennis is a popular sport at Millsaps and will continut- to be 
as long as teams of high calib.e, sucli as the uj^i and I'jji teams, 
represent iis. Each \ear the team makrs an e\tensi\e tour, phuing 
the better teams of the S. 1. A. A. ami thi- S. 1. C. conference, 
and they always make a creditable showing. Captain Eddie 
Khayat, who is at his bL"st under the fire of competition, leads a 
varsity composed of himself as ranking No. i, David Dubard, No. 
2, Ba\lis Shanks, No. 3, and Ewing Hester, No. 4. Khayat and 
Dubard teamed together as the No. i doubles pair, and Robert 
Higdon and Da\ id Ke\- |iaired tngerher as the No. 2 team. (Gordon 
Rogers played the role of substitute which he handled well, as was 
seeji by his play against Soutliwestern of Memphis. 



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Bridges, Holloman', Davis, Campbeil, Koemg 
Ston'estreet, Coach \'a\ Hook, \'ickers, Howell, Moore 



Track 

Track at Millsaps is rather yoiir.g. The truth being that 
1932 was the inaugural year for an official representative 
team. And it was reall\' a good team, its major accomplish- 
ment being a complete whitewashing of the Choctaws, who 
ha\'e had some of the best track teams in the S. I. A. A. Con- 
ference. Through the efficient coaching of A. I. Rexinger the 
Major track team was able to produce such stars as Richard- 
son, Neblett, Moon, Boone, Tra\is, Stonestreet, Howell, 
Casey, Vickers, whose brilliant running in the relay made our 
victory o\er the Choctaws all the more decisive. 




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