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Copyright 
Nineteen Hundred and Thirty-Six 

By 

JAMES E. SPOTSWOOD 

Editor 

SIDNEY A. SMITH, Jr. 
Business Manager 



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Annual Publication 

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The Senior Class 

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CONTENTS 

lARNEGIL MILLSAPS LIBRAh 

'ackson, Vlfss 

The College 

Classes 

Features 

Organizations 

Athletics 
Advertisements 



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FOREWORD 



To Ihe lil)t'i;il ;irls college, lo lluil r;ire spiril 
()(' eiilliir;ii cippreeinlion iind inlellecliuil c-iiri- 
osil\' I'oslc'i'ed ainoiii^ ils sliidenls, wc dedieale 
Ihe" !!);](; l5()lKi.sliela.' 

As Ihc curricula of America's u,yvi\\ unixtisi- 
lies hecoiuc inoie and nioi-c absorbed willi 
sijccializatioii and nieclianizalion, Ihe role ol' 
Hie suuvll lil)eral arts collei^e in American v(\u- 
calion i^rows more impoiianl. Whereas the 
one curlails inlei'csl in Ihc lull scope of lile 
to offer skill in naiaow fields, the liberal aits 
collciie claims as her |)ro\ iiice all Ihou.^ht and 
all life, awakens in her disciples a deep appre- 
ciation of all that i!;oes to make life iiooci and 
wortliN . 

In the small liberal arts college — and now we 
think especially of Millsa|)s — there is an in- 
liniacy of association among faculty and stu- 
dents whicli permits a free inlerpla>' of thought 
between the two groups. MillsaiJS professors 
are not |)edagogues cramming information into 
recalcitranl heads, but friends e\i)loring dc- 
lightl'ul paths with lo\ed companions, 'fliere 
are few experiences more enriching than the 
admiration and friendly respect exislini; in 
Millsa|)s classrooms between teacher and |)ii[)il. 



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DR. D. M. KEY 

A.M., LLD., Ph.D. 

President 

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M illsaps Col lege 



To an ahlc rxci'iilive and a Christian .nvnlkquan, to a 
faitliful rricml of every Millsaps sUulent, the ID.'Ui Bobasliela 
Ijays heartfelt tribute. 

Every dciiarlincnl and li'adilion of ]\Iillsai)s hears soiiie- 
liow the inii»i-essiou of his sagacious and kindly toueh, and 
])rosiK'rs the more Itecause of il. 

The courage and (h'Votion with which he lias met each 
crisis affecting the college sets a s])lendi(l I'xaniple for e\'ery 
student, in defending what he holds clear. 



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A Message from Our President 

Ti) 1/(111 irht) scdii this i/(iir Ixi'ilr nf llic MilL^ajis 
(>l tdildfl, II III fill I- 1/1)11 siinrli if ( ili/ilil/ IIS it ruiiirs 
fresh friiiii the /iiiiitrr uml rui/riiri'r in Mint. i:>';i;, 
to find till' tiniiiliiif tarfs of iimir I ririuls uml that 
evcr-startli III/ strinii/rr i/mir mrii ininitriitnnr ; ur 
irhrthrr i/mi tliiiiiih its jiiii/rs iilli/ in tlir nnllmr 
ret riis/irrt at tirillt 1/ l/i ill's llinrr, Ifhllr l/niir rliil- 
ilri'ii liiiii/h inrnili/ at thr iiiiniiil fiiiiin s nf a ihijt 
jar jiiist. 

I'll i/nil nil/ Iriinils uml iissnriiifi s in thr ri/rr- 
i/iniis i/iii'st III truth uml in thr sriirrh fur /mint 
uml ini'unini/f 111 mss in thr ronfiisnt /luttrrn nf life; 

Til i/iiii irhti f I ml linrin u siii/i/rst mn n/ thr 
sccnr thiif IS, iir irus, Millsu/is — thr sjiint nl in- 
qiiiri/, thr Jul/ of runi/rniul frllnirshi /i, thr jiiirpose 
to achirrr uml 1u srrrr, thr lirrli/ intrr/ilui/ of 
interests uml uinhitinns. thr hiinmr thut lui/s liiirr 
uiir iniitiiul ubsiinhfirs, thr insutiuhir niriusiti/ 
uliniil thr lifr that sirirls uiuiiml IIS; 

To i/iiii irhii hiiir inuilr this sii/iii I iraiif rrriiril 
nf a ilui/ thut is ulrraili/ us jiust as T iitunl'huinrii ; 

I'll all Ini/ul III inn III nf irhutirrr riu: 

I rniirri/ thr Inrr. infrrisl ami i/nnrl iiill nf 
faciiltj/ uml /ircsiilrnl, our /iriilr in i/mir urhii n - 
meuts. niir uiliiiiration fur i/mir uhilitirs ami i/mir 
posslliilitirs, our faith in i/oiir /jnrposi'S, oar confi- 
dence in i/niir fiitiirr. 

Yniirs fuithfiiHi/. 

D. .1/. A7-;)', Prrsidrnl. 
Murrh !>. T.ISG. 



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John ]\Iageuder Sullivan, M.A., Ph.D. 
Professor of Vheiiiistnj nnrl (Icoloij}/ 

Albert Godfrey Sanders, B.A., .M.A. 
Professor of Romance Laiuiu-^'ies 

Bex.j.vjilx Ernest ]\Iitciiell, il.A.. Pli.D. 
Professor of Matliematiis 

J. Reese Lin, li.A., .M.A. 
Professor of PhUosophy and Hhr.tory 

George Lott Harrell, R.S., ]\r.S. 
Professor of Physics and Astronomy 

Vernon Btrkktt IIatikiun, 1>.S. 

liinsar 

William Emil Riecken, il.A., Ph.D. 
Assistant Professor of Piolofiy 

Mrs. jMary B. H. Stone, JI.A. 
Assistant Professor of Englisli 

Tranny Lee Gaudy, B.S. 

Director of Physical Educition 



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A C U LT Y 




^Iii/rox CiiiusTiAN WiiiTi:. .M.A., I'li.l). 

I'rofesaor of KniiJiah 

\'Eii.\(iN LaxI': Wharton, A.l!.. A.M. 

1 ust rnrtor in Hislorii 

IIkxky .AI.iutox Brr.Loi k, I!.1)., S.T.I!., rii.l). 
Professor of ReViyion 

Robert Ixaymmxh ITayxks, I!. A.. .M.A. 
Assislant I'rofc.i-.or of Ediicalioii 

.]. B. Pkick. R.S., .M.S. 

IiistriKior in ('hriiiistrii inul MiiHirniolici 

(' \'i-iii;ii:NK Ai>i:i.K .Mm .\(;i;i;. I'...\., r..S. 

Assistant [.iliroriini 

.7. \Vil.,\|(lT .McCl.TMAXS. H.S., .M.A. 
Instrurtor in Matlieniatics and Histiirii 

]\Iklvix Ri(iiAnns(i\. 1>.S. 

Assistant Coach 

.Mrs. .Mary I'kiwkn Ci.ark. .M.K.I.. 

Assistant Lilirariun 



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TO OUR BENEFACTORS 

11 is the liiiii])y pi'ivik'o-e of the 193(3 Bobasliela staff 
to pay lril)ulc to llu' nu'ii whoso unselfish efforts 
and siippoi'l are responsible for the ini])orlaii1 i)arl 
Millsaps is playing in Southern education. Tlirough 
their generous support Millsaps has gained facili- 
ties "which ]la^'e greatly enriched her program. 
Because these men liave chosen Millsaps as the 
medium through wliicli to express their devotion to 
humanity, the college has had tremendous effect in 
(h'ei)eiiing and in shaping const ructi\'ely the lives of 
many young men and wouhmi. 

It \V(inld l)c iinpossi))le to adequately mention all the 
inilixiduals whose philanthropic and unselfish lal)- 
ours have made Millsaps what she is today. There- 
fore, in iiaying tribute to four great supporters, we 
do sincere homage to all. With generous bequests 
')\' land and money. Major E. W. Millsaps realized 
the long-cherished dreams of intelligent Mississippi 
churclnnen, assisting them to establish a college in 
which young Mississippians might receive a liberal 
Christian education. Webster Millsaps Buie, Sr., 
and AVebsier Millsaps Buie, Jr. — the latter a mem- 
ber of the class of 19'.]6 — have carried on his efforts 
and benevolences. Outstanding among laymen of 
the state have been the contributions of W. S. F. 
Tatum, who established at Millsaps the Department 
of Religious Education. 



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^Ia.IOK i\. W. AllLLSAPS 
W. M. BUIK. Jl!. 



W. .M. Blie. Sk. 
W. ^. F. Taxi-m 



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SENIORS 



CLASS OFFICERS 




Ju)Y ]\I('I)ami:l 
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Hazel h^.Mi'i'ii 
Secretarii 



AVkhh HriK 
Vice-Presirlenl 



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Seta WiiAirrox Alexander, H.S. 

Chi Omega 

Jackson. Miss. 

Y. W. C. A. 1, 2. 3; Classical Club 1. 2, 3; 
Glee Club 2, 3. 1. 



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II. V. Allex, B.S. 

Theta Kappa Xit 

Jackson. Miss. 

Oniicron Delta Kappa; Eta Si.gma; Band 1. 2. 
3, 4; Pres. of Band; Band Sergeant; Sigma 
Upsilon; Vice-Pres. of Student Eo:ly; Student 
Executive Board; Chemistry Assistant 3, 4; 
Pauhellenic Council; Bourgeois Medal; Triljbett 
Teaching Scholarship. 



Charles Arrixgt(ix. B.S. 

Sirinia Rho Chi 

Collins. Miss. 

Major Club; Baseball; Purple and White Staff. 

"Wn,LL\M WiioDROw Bagby, B.A. 

MiH.saps Barbarians 

Waynesboro. Miss. 

Debate 4; Ministerial League 3. 4; Y. yi. C. A. 
4; Classical Club 4. 

NORVELLE Be.\RD, B.A. 

Phi Mil 

Jackson, Sliss. 

]\r. 'SI. Bexxett 
Mill\(ili.s Iktrhayiaiis , 

Durant. Miss. 

University of Tenn. 1; Union University 2, 
Barbarian. 

Charles BTRnsoxG. B.S. 

Kiippa Alpha 

Terry. Miss. 
Science Club; Basketball 1. 



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IIi:i.i:n l!ii\n. 11. A. 

K'ipliii Delia 

Jackson, Miss. 

Fresliiiian rDiiiniission 1; Y. W. ('. A 1. '1. :!. 4; 

Glfp Cliih 1. L'. 3; Classical Cliil) 1, li. I; Gills' 

raHlicllciiic :i. 4; Tres. of PanlicUcMii' 4; Sin- 

ili'iil ICxecutive Board 4. 

W. K. ( l'>i's'i'i;i! I lidsAKci;, i;.S. 

.1/ iUtiiiiis /!(! rl)ii ri<i II s 

rasca.mmhi. Miss. 

M Cl.ih :'.. 4; Bascliall .Manager 4; Fonlliall :;. 4; 

I'cikiiistoii Jr. t'oilei;e 1. 2. 

•Iami'.s lill^■ IJoi'XDs. U.S. 

.1/ / / /.v(( i).s l',u r l/ii r i a ii s 

Jackson, Miss. 

narbariaii 3. 4. 

.1 \('l\ 1 !(i\\i;n. ]!.S. 

Kdlili-i siijiini 

Brnokhaven. Mirs. 

M Club 2. .3, 4; Football 1. 2. ?.. 4: Captain, 
Football 4; Most Valualile Pla.ver Award 4; 
Astronomy Assistant: Ramblers Club; Vice- 
Pres. of M Club; Pby.-ical Rrl. Assistant 4. 

l)i)i;()Tii\' ^>(l^•l.l;>, K.A. 

Brhi Siiiiiiii Oniirriiii 

Jackson, Miss. 

Eta Sigma Pbi 4; Y, W. C. A. 1. 2, 3. 4; Clas- 
sical Club 1. 2. 3; Assistant in Math 4. 

"WeHSTER illLLS.M'S HriE, H.S. 

Kiipiiii Alpha 

Jackson, Jliss. 

Omicron Delta Kappa; Pres. of Oniicron Delta 
Kappa; International Relationship Club; M 
Club; Pres. of M. Club; Pres of Men'.s Panhel- 
lenic 4; Basketball 1. 2. 3, 4; Captain Bas'et- 
ball 4; Football 1. 2; Baseball 1. 2. 4; Ram- 
blers; Y'. yi. C. A. Cabinet 3. 4; Vice-Pre^. of 
Class 3, 4; Pres. of Kappa Alpha 3, 4; Student 
Executive Board 4. 

AViwii-: Pici'i'KR |{rcKij;s, P>.A. 

Milh-aps JUirlniriaii.s 

Lucieu, Miss. 

Co-Lincoln 1. 2; Pi Kappa Delta 4; Y. W. C. A. 
3, 4; Pres. of Y. W. C. A. 4; Barbarians 3. 4; 
Christian Council 4; Student Executive Board; 
Classical Club 3; Glee Club 4; Assistant in 
Physical Ed. 3; Education 4; Dormitory 4; 
Sec. of Campus Church Relations Council 4. 









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Edward Otis Bi-fkix, B.S. 

Sigma RJuj Chi 

Hazlehurst, Miss, 

Co-Lincoln Jr. College 1, 2; Football 3, 4; M 
Club 3, 4; Ramblers Club 4; Science Club 3, 4. 



Joseph ]\Iai>T()n Ri'llocik. B.S. 

Biloxi, Miss. 

M. Club 3, 4; Pearl River Jr. College 1, 2; Var- 
sity Football 3, 4; Baseball 3, 4; Basketball 
3. 4; Assistant in Phy. Ed. 4. 



Harry Camerox, B.S. 

MiUsapii Barbarians 

Jackson, Miss. 

lilvELYN Elizabeth (.'lark, B.A. 

Beta Sigma Omivron 

Jaci:snn, Miss. 

Hinds Junior College 1; Alpha Psi Omega 2, 3, 
4; Pres. of Alpha Psi Omega 4; Student 
Assistant in History 3, 4; Purple and White 
2, 3; Millsaps Players 2, 3. 4; Glee Club 2, 3; 
Classical Club 2, 3, 4; Basketball 3; Y. W. C. A. 
1. 2, 3, 4. 

Lois Barrow Clark, B.A. 

MiUaap.; Barbarians 

Jackson, Miss. 

Y. W. C, A. 1, 2; Eta Sigma; Eta Sigma Phi; 
Clarsieal Club 1, 2, 3; Barbarian 3. 4. 

Henry Wyatt Clowe, US. 

Kappa Sifiiiia 

Vicksburg, Miss. 

Student Assistant in Chemistry 3, 4; Science 
Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Pres. of Science Club 4; Cir- 
culation Mgr. Bobashela 4; S. I. M. A. Math 
Contestant 2, 3; Rambler's Club. 

Nancy Collier, B.A. 

Beta Sigma Omicron 

Jackson. Miss. 

Eta Si,gma Phi 4; Hinds Jr. College 1, 2; Sec. 

Treas. Y. W. C. A. 2; Y. W. C. A. Cabinet 4; 

Y. \V. C. A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Classical Club 3; Glee 

Club 3, 4. 



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LiLi.A .lii>i:niiNi': Colsdn, H.S. 

Chi Owipf/n 

Water Valley. Miss. 

rniversity of Tulsa 1; Grenada College 2; Glee 

("iMh 1>. :!. 1; Spanish Club 1; French Club 2; 

Science Chib -1; Y. \V. C. A. 2. :!, 4; Assistant 

in lOnglish 4. 

William .)\.\ii;i( I)li'i;i.l. B.,S. 

Pi Kiiiiim Aliiliii 

Jackson, Miss. 

Science Club 3, 4. 

A.wii; I-'i;a.\(ks Diidiik, Ji.A. 

J'hi Mu 

Jackson. Aliss. 

Grenada 1. 2; Glee CUili; Y. W. C. A. 3, 4. 

li'iHiKKT C'axtox Doggktt, li.A. 
f!i(jma Ali)lin Epailoii 
Kossuth. Miss. 
Emory Tiniversity 1; Omicron Delta Kappa; 
Vice-Pres of Omicron Delta Kappa; Pi Kappa 
Delta; Pres. of Pi Kappa Delta 4; Si.ema Up- 
silon; Eta Si.iima Phi; International Relations 
Club; Varsity Debate 3. 4; Editor Purple and 
White 4; Glee Club 2; Student Executive Board; 
Y. M. C. A. Cabinet 2'. 3; Vice-Pres. of Y. M. 
C. A. 3; Blue Rid.sje Scholarship 3; Vice-Pres. 
Ministerial Lea.gue 3; Student Assistant in Re- 
ligion 3. 4; Vice-Pres of Miss. Methodist Con- 
ference 4. 

W. \'assai! Dru.uiD, .Ji;.. JJ.A. 

Thrta Kfij}j>ii A'» 

Dubard. Miss. 

Eta Si.enia Phi; Rambler's Club 4; Major Club 

4; Panhellenic Council 3. 4; Sergeant of Band 

1, 2, 3. 4; Staff Ser.geant 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; 

Purple and White 4; Glee Club 1, 2. 3; Base- 

l)all 1; Classical Club 1, 2. 

Rkai) p. Dixx, |!.S. 

Pi Knpim Alpha 
Greenville. Miss. 
Omicron Delta Kappa; Pi Kappa Delta 3. 4; 
Alpha Epsilon Delta; Purple and White Staff 
1. 2; Business Mgr. Purple and White 3. 4; 
Pres. of Class 2, 3; Panhellenic 3, 4; Varsity 
Debater 2, 3. 4; Winner of Buie Medal 2; Band 
1, 2. 3; Blue Ridge Scholarship 3. 

Mamye Uakksdalk Fklder, B.S. 
Delia Zeta 
Magnolia, Miss. 
Copiah-Lincoln Jr. College 1. 2; Y. W. C. A. 3. 
4; Y. W. C. A. Cabinet 4; Glee Club 3; Basket- 
ball 3; Football Sponsor '3.5. 






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Will D. Ferris, B.S. 

Kappa Sigma 

Shaw, Miss. 

Pres. of Kappa Sigma 4; Panhellenic 4; Ram- 
bler's Club 4; Bobashela Staff 4; Football 1,2. 



Marg.vbet Fl(.)wers, B.A., Post Graduate 

Phi Mil 

Jackson, Miss. 

Pies, of Phi Ku; Y. W. C. A. 2, 3, 4; Woman's 
Pan-Hellenic 3, 4; International Relations Club 
2, 3, 4; Millsaps Players 2, 3; Major Club 3. 



Mrs. Henry Floyd, B.S. 
Jackson, Miss. 

Marianne Ford, B.A. 

Kappa Delta 

Jackson, Miss. 

Y. W. C. A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Freshman Commission 1; 
Treasurer Woman's Association; Classical Club 
1, 2, 3. 4; Treasurer of Classical Club 2; Eta 
Sigma Phi 4; Eta Sigma; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4. 



^ Glen Graves, B.S. 

Sigma Rho Chi 

Jackson, Miss. 

Hinds Jr. College 1. 2; Rambler's Club; Science 
Club; Baseball 4; Basketball 4. 



Nora Graves, B.A. 

Beta Sigma Oniivroii 

Columl)ia. Miss. 

wniitworth 1, 2; Eta Sigma Fhi; Glee Club; 
Chi Delta Phi; Purple and White Staff 3. 



Oralee Graves, B.A. 

Kappa Delta 

Jackson, Miss. 

Classical Club 1, 2; International Relations 

Club; Feature Section ot Annual 1. 2, 3. 4; 

Football Sponsor '3.5. 



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Iinni;i;T S'i'i:i'iiKN> IIani), 1'>.S. 

KiipIKi Aliiliii 

SliuliuUi. .Miss. 

.Mplia Epsilon Delta: Scienoe Club 1, 2, :!, 4 

Galloway Literary Society 1. 2; Baseball 1 

V. M. C. A. 1. 2; Ranil)ler's Club I; liunil :'.. t 

Pre. .Mod. 1, 2, :!. 4. 



I'kikik.-^ II.\^\l:s. 1!..\. 

Milh'ifii)s lUirliiiriiina 

Houstou, Miss. 

Eta Sigma Phi; Glee Club M. 4; Bantl :!, 
Barbarians. 



.].\.\li:s XdKI, IIlNSdN, 11. A. 

.1/ 1 llsii/js lUi rha rid ii .s- 

Nettleton, Miss. 

.Ministerial Lea.^ue: President of Ministerial 

League; Barbarians; Science Club; Classical 

Club; Christian Council; Y. M. C. A. 



Kaki.ixic Jdiixm.v, U.S. 

Millsdiis Jlarhni inn ^• 

Jackson, Miss. 

Basketball I. 2, !!; Captain Basketball 3; Phy. 

Ed. Assistant 4; Barbarian; Y. W. C. A. 1. 2. 

3. 4; Ramblers 3. 



L. B. Jokes, B.S. 

Tlieta Kappa A'h 

Jackson, Miss. 

:\I Club; Varsity Football; Varsity Basketbal 
Varsity Baseball; Rambler's Club. 



W.VIiKKX W. (T.\I,1.-VI .IdXKS, H.S. 

Biloxi, Aliss. 
.M Ciub; Fontl)all 3. 4; Baseball 3. 

Ei.i/.AHKTii KiKKrArmcK, J!.S. 

Oii Oiiifiin 

Hollanclale, Mis.,. 

Eelhaven 1. 2; Glee Club 3. 4; Manager Girls' 
Basketball 4; President of Woman's Associa- 
tion 4; Y. W. C. A. 3, 4; Feature S3ction 4; 
Football Sponsor '3.5. 







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James Lavderdale, B.S. 

Kappa Alpha 

Jackson, lllss. 

Alpha Epsilnn Delta; Eta Sigma; Pan Hellenic 

Council 4; Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4; Science Club; 

Rambler's Club; Student Assistant. 

-JOHX RllBERT LOFLIX, B.S. 

Theia Kappa Kii 

Jackson, Miss. 

Clarke Junior College 1. 2; Football 1, 2. 3, 4; 

Basketball 1. 2, 3, 4; M Club; Baseball 1, 2. 3, 4; 

Rambler's Club. 



Al'BREY C. IMaxted 

.Millsap\'i Barbarians 
Pascagoula, Mi;s. 
Omicron Delta Kappa: International Relation- 
ship Clul); Pi Kappa Delta; Eta Sigma Phi; 
Barbarians; Winner Buie Declamation; Assis- 
tant to Librarian; Pres. of Barbarians; Dra- 
matic Club 3, 4; Major Club 2, 3; Classical 
Club 1, 2, 3; Ministerial League; Glee Club 1; 
Y. M. C. A. 

Le.\ie Elaine ]\Iay(i, B.S. 

Kappa Delta 

Picayune, Miss. 

Wliitworth 1, 2; Glee Club 1. 2, 3, 4; Purple 

and White Staff 3, 4; Beethoven Club 3. 4; 

Y. W. C. A. Cabinet; Blue Ridge Scholarship; 

Bobashela Staff 4. 

EOBEUT ilrREAII ilAVll. R.S. 

Sigtiia Rho Chi 

Polkville, Miss. 

International Relations Club; Classical 

Club 1, 2. 

ilYHTis Flowers Meadows, B.S. 

Beta Sigma Omicron 

Jackson, Miss. 

Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Treas. Glee Club 2; 

Classical Club 1; Y. W. C. A. 1. 2, 3. 4; 

Business JIanager Basketball 1; Science Club 

2; Rambler's Club 3; Purple and White Staff 

3; Major Club 3. 4; Secretary-Treasurer 

Major Club 3. 

GiLCix F. .Meadors, B.S. 
Sigma Rho Chi 
Clarksdale, aiiss. 
Band 1. 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2', 3, 4; .Alpha 
Epsilon Delta; Pre. Med. Club; Science Club; 
Rambler's Club; Y. M. C. A. 1. 2, 3, 4; Bee- 
thoven Club 2; Football 2; Student Assistant 
2, 3, 4; Galloway Literary Society 1, 2. 



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-Ini: .Mi:n;i;. U.S. 
siijiiKi I'liii Chi 
SIkiw. .Miss. 
Club ::. I; .\l dull :;. i; 



Fndtiuiii :;. 4. 



Al.'l'nx l<"'i.(ivii ^llNiii;. ]'>.S. 

sijiiiiii Hill) Chi 

Wiimrield. .Miss. 

Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Y. M. C. A. 1, 2, 3. 4; Glee Club 

1; Galloway Literary Society 1; M Clul) 4; 

Sciciife Club 2, 3, 4; Cla.ssical Cliih 1; Track 

Manager 3. 



Wii.i.n.M I'.nrni.v ,Mii.\T(i(iMi:ii\'. li.S. 

^'/(/»ln J'lii Epsilon 

Jackson. Miss. 

Eand 2, 3. 4; Rambler's Club 4; Track 1; 
Boxin,!; 2. 3. 



IIelick [MdHKiiivM). 1!.A. 

Bcld si(jiii(t Oinicron 

Jackson, .Miss. 

Eta Sigma; Eta Sigma Phi; Y. \V. C. A. 1. 2, 
3, 4; classical Club 1. 2, 3; International Rela- 
tions Club 3, 4. 



JOSKI'JIIXE ;\1()I!H()\V, 1>.A. 

MUlsai)s Barharian.'i 

Madison, Miss. 

Wbitworth 1, 2; Y. W. C. A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Program 

Chairman of Y. W. C. A. 4; Secretary Classical 

Clul) 4; Blue Ridge Delegate; Major Club. 



.M.\i;(;,\i;i;'i' M'linjs, l!.A. 

JJelld Xctci 

Morton. Miss. 

Y. \V. C. A. 3, 4; Beethoven Cliib. 

ViKiUMA ilcClI.I.Ai;, 15. S. 

Beta Si fluid Omiiron 

Booneville, Miss. 

Grenada 1, 2; Alpha Psi Omega; Eta Sigma; 

Chi Delta Phi; :\lillsaps Players; D. A. R. 

Scholarship; Major Club. 










THE BOBASHELA 



Raymond C. McClinton, B.S. 
Pi Kappa Alpha 
Quitman, Miss. 
Omicron Delta Kappa; Pi Kappa Delta 2, 3, 4; 
Y. M. C. A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Pres. of Y. M. C. A. 3; 
Pres. of Student Body 4; Student Executive 
Board; Pres. Pi Kappa Alpha 3, 4; Glee Club 
1, 2; International Relationship Club; Pan- 
Hellenic 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Major Club; 
Varsity Debater; Pres. of Blue Ridge Confer- 
ence 4; Christian Council. 



Roy .AIcDaniel, B.S. 
Sigma Rho Chi 
Prentiss, Miss. 
Pearl River College 1, 2; Rambler's Club; 
M Club; Alternate Captain Football 4; Foot- 
ball 3, 4; Baseball 3. 4; Pres. Senior Class; 
Master Major; Secretary M Club 4. 

Robert Wayde Ousley, B.A. 

Sigma Rho Chi 

Laurel, Miss. 

Eta Sigma Phi; Glee Club 3, 4; Pres. of Glee 

Club 4. 

Joseph Condler Pickett, B.S. 

Mill saps Barbarians 

Angle, La. 

Barbarian; Ministerial League. 

Nancy Blanton Pli^mjier, B.S. 
Kappa Delta 
Jackson, Miss. 
Eta Sigma; Alpha Epsilon Delta; Piano 
Scholarship 1; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Sec. of 
Woman's Glee Club 2; Pres. of Woman's Glee 
Club 4; Glee Club Accompanist 4; Student Ex- 
ecutive Board; Rambler's Club 3; Pre. Med. 
Club; Beethoven Club 1, 2. 3, 4; Y. W. C. A. 
1, 2, 3, 4; Pres. of Kappa Delta 4; Millsaps 
Radio Program Chairman 2, 3. 

Charlie Pricharp, B.S. 

Kappa Delta 

Jackson, Miss. 

Sec. and Treas. of Class 1, 3; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; 

Rambler's Club. 



Vivian Rajisey, B.A. 

Kappa Delta 

Gallman, Miss. 

Whitworth 1, 2; Eta Sigma Phi; Classical Club 

1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Y. W. C. A. 

1. 2, 3, 4. 



34 



THE BOBASHELA 



Ki;i:ii ( '(Mii'i.i; IiUII'i.i.ht, U.S. 
Kdli/jii Aliiliii 
.Jarksnii. Mis.s. 

Alplia Kpsilon Delta; .Mplia Psi Omena ; SiRiiia 

Upsiloii; Purple and White Slatt 3, 1; Bolia- 

sliela Staff t. 

L. St.\.\ij;v ]\i(i(is, Jt.S. 

Tlieta Kdjiixi Xii 

Jackson, Miss. 

Pi Kappa Delta .''.. 1. 

Tll(i.\l.\.^ (i. Rdss, 1!.S. 
Si;j)iia Kh<j Oil 
Jack.son, Miss. 
Alpha Epsilon Delta 3, 4; Co-Lincnhi Jr. Col- 
lege 1, 2; Student Assistant 4; Y. .M. C. A. 
1, 2'. 3. 4; Vice-Pres. Y. M. C. A. 4: Science Club 
3, 4; Panhellenic 3. 4; Secretary Panhellenie 4; 
Pre. Med. Club 3, 4; Rambler's Club 4. 

KiAi. H.\ii:in' Sa.mi'lks, li.S. 

i^iynia lihu ('hi 

Sumrall. Miss. 

Copiah-Lincnln Jr. College; Ministerial Lea.e;ue; 

Pres. Christian Council 4; Dramatic Club. 

II.\zEi, ]\I.\RU': Sjiitii. Ij.S. 
Delta Zeta 
Brookhaven. IWiss. 
Copiah-Lincoln Jr. Colle.E;e 1; AVhitworth 2; 
Treas. Woman's Association 4 ; Sec. and Treas. 
Senior Class 4; Major Club; Basketball 3; Pan- 
hellenic; Glee Club; Vice-Pres. Woman's Pan- 
hellenic. 

Jaspeu LerijY yjllTII, ]j.S. 

Kappa AJpha 

Newton, Miss. 

Alpha Psi Omesa 3. 4; Band 2, 3, 4; Purple 

and White Staff 1. 2, 3; Rambler's Club 3, 4; 

Football 1; Glee Club 1. 

Sidney Allex S.mitii, .Jk., J!. A. 
Kappa Sigma 
Jackson. Miss. 
Omicron Delta Kappa; Eta Sigma Phi; Inter- 
national Relationships Club; Pres. Interna- 
tional Relationships Club 4; Student Assistant 
3. 4; Business Mgr. Bobashela 4; Glee Club 1; 
Purple and White Staff 2; Tennis 1. 2, 3; 
Basketball 1. 2. 3; Track 1. 2; Winner S. I. M. 
A. Math Contest 3; Vice-Pres. Panhellenic 4; 
Panhellenic 4; Classical Club 1. 2, 3; M Club 
3, 4; Science Club 1. 

.I.UIES Eastix Sl'iiTsWiKili. B.S. 

Pi Kappa Alpha 

Poplarville, Miss. 

Pearl River College 1, 2; Omicron Delta Kappa 

4; Varsity Boxing 3; Sigma Upsilon 3. 4; 

Editor Bobashela t. 










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/ 









THE BOBASHELA 



Richard Harold Stacy. U.S. 

.S'i(/«K/ Rho Chi 

Jackson, iliss. 

Pan-Hellenic Council; Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Rambler's Club. 

Dorothy Edjioxdsox Straiiax, 15. S. 

Kapitu Delta 

Jackson, Miss. 

Alpha Epsilon Delta; Treas. Alpha Epsilou 
Delta; Rambler's Club 3; Pre. Med Club; Assis- 
tant in Education 3, -J; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Y. W. C. A. 1. 2, 3. 4; Assistant Manager Girls' 
Basketball Team 1, 2. 



Purser STfROEox, B.A. 

MUlsaiJ.i Barbarians 

Jackson, Miss. 

Travelli Scholarship 3 years; Sigma Upsilon; 

Eta Sigma; Barbarian; S. I. M. A. Contestant 

3 years. 

Martha Suy'daii, B.A. 
Nettleton, Miss. 
Grenada 1. 2: Chi Delta Phi; Student Assis- 
tant in English 3. 4; Classical Club 3, 4; Y. W. 
C. A. Cabinet 4; Y. W. C. A. 1, 2, 3, 4. 



Harris Swayze. B.A. 

Kappa Sit/ma 

Benton. Miss. 

Omicron Delta Kappa; Y. M. C. A. Cabinet 3, 4; 

Classical Club 1, 2, 3; Assistant Cheer Leader 

2, 3; Head Cheer Leader 4; Major Club 2, 3; 

Pres. of Major Club 4; Football 1; Student 

Executive Board 4. 



Waudeexa Walters, B.S. 

Delta Zeta 

Enterprise, Miss. 

Copiah-Lincoln Jr. College 1; East Central 

Junior College 2; Basketball 3; Y. W .C. A. 2, 3. 



Earlixe Watkixs, ]>.A. 

MiUsaps Barbarians 

Hermanville, JMiss. 

Eta Sigma Phi 4; Classical Club 1, 2. 3. 4; 

■ft'hitworth 1, 2; Y. W. C. A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Y. W. 

C. A. Cabinet 4. 



A. W. WiLSOx, B.A. 

MiUsaps Barbarians 
Brookhaven. Miss. 
Whitworth 1, 2; Alpha Sigma Delta 'i: Bar- 
barians 3, 4; Round Table 2; A'ice-Pres Minis- 
terial League 4; Assistant to Bursar 4; Gal- 
loway Scholarship 3. 4. 



36 



THE BOBASHELA 



Notables of Class of '36 

Ill/c/ll/ lie lliriil Kill tldlV II lew iiiciiihrrs iil lln 
Cldss III '.'Id. Iiriirr flirt ll hni/lil lUliI sf I III III/ 
nil' llinnrs III rrrnllril inns ill l/rai's III M ill sil jis. 
II lljiniil II jinliii/irs ire illrln/lc llir niinirs iil 
siinir ifliiisr i n 1 1 ilriin liils liirn Irss in iiiliriljl 
fliiin in Inrnillll i nt rrminsr. Iiiil irlm Inli'i' 
nmii ihi 1 1 ss niiii'kril tlir i/i'<n\ ■ 

Tl'r niinir mill linil : I'lii/iiinniJ MrCHntini. II. I'. 
^lllin. W'iniiii iliirhlis, Aillil'iji Mil.iiiil, \] rhli 
Biiir, Siflnii/ Sniitli. Oiiiirr (inins, Xurl Ilm- 
sini. ]'iissiir Diiliaril, Klizahrtli K ii k/ml i n h\ 
Cn.ilnn Diiiijiil t . Ui'iiil Dunn, lliii'nh/ Slnrif. 

Tlininils Itnss, Wllilll ('liiH'r, Jim nil/ Lilllilrl'- 

/liilr, llilm lliinil. ..... 



37 



Undergraduates 



ci 



Q SS 



OFfi 



cers 



JUNIOR 



FkIOD KyA:\.\.K 
I'lrsidrnt 

\\\\:\ l''l!A.\CKS Stoxk 
Sccrchiij/ 

I''in\CIS I!k ADSIIAW 
Vivc-Picsidcnl 





SOPHOMORE 



\\'ll,l.l\M \V(II''1''(1I!I) 
l'ie\i(lciit 

IIa/.ICI, Ildl.l.lXCSWdKTII 
Srcri'htrii 



Fi.KTciir.K N'kaziov 
Yice-Prr.\i(lent 






FRESHMAN 

T. M. Hardy 

Prenliiriit 

Mw.r.AKET ill-HI'lIV 
Hecretury 

Edwin Edwards 
Vice-President 




39 



THE BOBASHELA 




;\r(ir.\(:i;i; Kavre Adams, Jjiiiutx'i-toii 

Kajjim Aliilni 

.soi'iiii.MdHi': 

Joe Aixswortii, Florence 
Kappa Alpha 

FItKSllMAX 



InA l^orisK Ai.K(ini<. Silver ( 'ity 
.ir.MoK 

Braxton E. Ali.e.v. Jackson 
Siyma Rho Chi 

SOI'iroMOKE 

Louis Edward Barnes, Colniubia 
Pi Kappa Alpha 

SOI'IIO.MOliE 

Raliti Bahkow, Opelika, Ala. 
Theta Kappa Xu 

IHESHMAN 



WiRT Adaus Bkakd, Jackson 

Kappa Alpha 

frkshman 

Barbara BI';nnett, Jackson 
Kappa Delia 

SOPIIOMDKE 



WiLLiAir Hardy Bizzell. Pace 

Pi Kappa Alpha 

rnKsiiMAX 

Eugene L. BixtaiA.M. Slire%e]Hirt, La. 
Sigma Rho Chi 

.SOPHOMORE 



William Botkix, Greenwood 
Kappa Alpha 

FRESHMAN 

Theljia Bennett, Jackson 
Kappa Delta 

■H'XIOK 



Francis IJuadsiiaw, l!('iit<inia 

Si (I Ilia Rho Chi 

... .7UN10R 

Bradford B. Breelaxd, Tylertown 
Sigma Ttho Chi 

JUNIOR 



40 



THE BOBASHELA 



Ki:i.:.i;n I'>uki..\nii. Wcssmi 

/'/ l\iiii]i(t Miihd 
.1 1 -Mill; 

;\i:i.v.v Lnis l^)in(;i:. .Ijii-Usim 
Chi Omeiiu 

I'KKSIIMAN 



W'li.i.i \,\i Iv liUKXT. Crystjil Sprin; 

I'i Kdjiihi Mjiliii 

.'IMIIK 

IvMi IjAmai; KiidU m:, 'I'vlcrldwii 

I'i Kapfia Aliiliu 

SOI'IIO.MOUK 



Oi'Ai. RRi-MFir;i,n. IViitoniii 

Eeta siuma Omicron 

.11' Ml Hi 

D wii) 15u()nKs. .l;icks(in 
Siiima Kho I'lii 

Slll'llO.MIllUO 



• I. I ). I'.i i;\\ i:i I,, -hii-lvsiiii 
J\a;>lia i^iyiiia 

KRICSIIMAX 

J. J, BcKNETT. Jr., ;\I('iiili:in 

Mill.inp.i Buibariaiis 

KKKSIIMAX 



Ma\' Ki>i,EX Chiciiestki!, .lacksdii 
Clii Omcija 

K1!KSI1.MA\ 

I'Ari, (' AiiiiiTii. .McCiimb 
I'i Kappa AlpJw 

JltlCSIIMAX 



lill.l.V ]\AY HrTEER, .iMl'k^on 

riiKSHMAX 

Wii.i.iAM Ci.AXcY. .lai-ksim 
Kappa Alpha 

miOSHMAN 



Neal ('irlot, ^Idss Pdiiit 

SOIMKIMOHK 

DdRdTiiv CiiiniESTER, .lauksdii 

Chi Omciia 

.ir.MOK 





41 



THE BOBASHELA 











Gilbert Pierce Cook. Canton 
Pi Kappa Alpha 

FRKSHMAX 

P"'oRTER Collins, Yazoo City 
Kappa Alplia 

KRESHMAN 



G. C. Clark, Jr., Waynesboro 
Sigma Rlio Chi 

SOPUOMOHE 

Elizabeth Cunningham, Jackson 
('111 Omega 

.ITMOR 



Herman Crowder, Greenville 
Pi Kappa Alpha 

rEESHMAN 

George Cortner, Greenwood 
Kappa Sigma 

JDNIOE 

Robert W. Cunningham, -Meridian 
Kappa Sigma 

SOPUOMOHE 

Mendell M. Davis, Jackson 
Kappa Alpha 

Rov Carroll Delamotte, iloss Point 
Theta Kappa Ku 

FRESHMAN 

Archie Lewis Dickson. Jr., Jackson 
Pi Kappa Alpha 

FRESIIM.\N 



Talbot Delait, Jackson 
Pi Kappa Alpha 

JUNIOR 

Lola Davis, Jackson 
Kappa Delta 

SOPHOMORE 



George Dorris, Jackson 
Sigma Rho Chi 

SOPHOMORE 

Blanton Doggett, Kossnth 
Pi Kappa Alpha 

FRESHMAN 



42 



THE BOBASHELA 



•Iamics Dkoki;, .hicksdii 

Sit/nni I'iin tin 
.IIS icii: 

•li,M\n DiNN. (il-iTilvillc 

/'( Ktimi't Ai/iiiii 

SDI'IKlMllliK 

Immci: I,. I )ri:iiA.\i. .l;irU,siin 

M illsdils Ildrhdiidiis 

.n.NKiii 

Ai.i.i:\ I.AXK Dvi;. Cl.irksilnlc 

/'/' h'dpiJii Aliilid 

SoriloMilKK 



Enwix I'Idwakh^. (iiill'|i(iii 

KdlllMI Sil/llld 
KltKSllMAN 

]\i)i;i:n lOl.KICKT. Sciuiliill-y 

.S'/f/)H(( l-i)iu Chi 

KIJKSIIMAX 



Wll.I.IAM ElkIX. TiI|ii'1i) 
h'lipiia Aliilid 

lliKSlIM A.\ 

yA.Mri;i. AiiiHKV El. I, IS, LsnuliTdaU' 
Theld Kdpjid Nil 

SOl'IIO.MOUK 



Ernest Ttckkr Fei.ts. Courtliiiul 

Kdi)j)d sifitiid 

I'liKSIIMAX 

Hi:x.i\Mix EvAXs, Water A'allcy 
Kdpixi Alpha 

FliKSIIMAX 



Fhed E/.ellk, .lai'ksiiii 

/'/ Kdjipn Aljilid 
.ir.x roK 

jrii.iiisKi) Enochs. .Jacksini 

('7m' OiiiriKi 

Sdl'Hcl.MdliK 



•Ia.mks S. Ei-;K(;rs()x, Fldrciu-i 
Pi KapiM Alpha 

JIM OK 

Ellis FiX(ii':i;. Kiplcy 

/'/ Kdppd Alplid 
.n'Miiii 




43 



THE BOBASHELA 




^(^^ 




IIavs Fleming. ^linter City 
Kappa Sigma 

KliKSIIMAX 

Calvin Flint, Jr., I>ati's\illp 
Kappa Sigma 

FHESHMAN 



liii,LV Ford, Tayloi-i-^ville 
Kappa Alpha 

SOI'IIOMORE 

■John W. GonBuLD, ilcComb 
Pi Kappa Alpha 

FHKSIIMAX 



Sajiukl Helton Galloway, Jackson 
Kappa Sigma 

FliKSHMAN 

John l''iiANKLiN Giluland, Coldwater 
Kappa Alpha 

KHESHMAX 



Alex Gordon, Jr.. Jackson 
Kappa Alpha 

SOPIIOMOEE 

f^TELLA Galloway, Crystal Siirinos 
Chi Omega 

JIXIOR 



Tiio.MAs Griffin, Slmlnita 
Theta Kappa Nu 

.irMOR 

William S. Gl'ice, Brewtdii. La. 
Millsap.s Barbarians 

FRKSHMAX 



Francis H.v.milton. Jackson 
Pi Kappa Alpha 

SOl'IIOMOKE 

Albert Hand, Sliul)iita 
Kappa Alpha 

SOPHOMORE 



IIersc'iiel IIaneline, Longs 
Kappa Sigma 

SIll'IIO.MORE 

Bill Hardin, Jackson 
Pi Kappa Alpha 

SOPHOMORE 



44 



THE BOBASHELA 



'I'. .\l. 11 \i;iiv. .In.. NiilclifZ 

KlllllKI SijIIIKI 
1-llKSIlM AN 

WiKT 'I'ium:!; II\i;\i:\, WiMit \'alli'y 

SdriKlMIIKK 



Axxii'; Ldi- 1IkiI)i;i.I!i;r(;, .lin-ksdii 

C}ii <)mi'ti<i 

SIII'IKIMIIHK 

AVai.tkk Kii.minds IIklims, .l;u-ksoii 
Kit 1)1)11 Aljihd 

JHKSIIMAN 



CiicHAi.n Till,!.. Lninsvilie 

.1/ i 1 1 SCI px Jinr hfi rinii s 
siii'iiii\iiii:i: 

Syiii.K Jlixsdx, LuiiilMMtdii 
TScta Sifjiiia Oinriroii 

.HNIOi! 



jMeia'ix IIe.mimiii.i,, < 'i-nw I'lU-d 
Si (I III 1 1 /I'/io Clii 

.1 IN 1 1 lit 

jEFFKiisiix .Mm IKK IIkstkr, Laurel 
Knppii siiiiiia 

Sdl'lIOMdlCK 

Feildixc; IIiii.i.n.MAX. Itta Beiui 

KapiKi Siiiiiia 

KHICSHMAX 

IIa/.ee Hollingswortii, -lacksnn 

3/i7?.S'fi/Av B'irhriririiis 
scil'lldMciliK 



.Marv ]>(irwi; Uiillom ax. Itta Hoiia 
Kappa Delta 

.IINIOU 

KuAXK ('(iLiJxs IlnuTiix. ( Irriiaila 
/'/ Kappa Alpha 

J'HKSIIMAX 



Samcki, IIiri) lloiri'dX. (irenada 

I'i Kappa Alpha 

.irxKin 

I'OWLES llnRTiiX, -Ir,, til'l'liada 
Kappa Alpha 

SOPIIOMOHE 




45 



THE BOBASHELA 













Florence Ht/tchtnsiin, Jackson 

Beta Sigma Omicron 

.irxiOR 

George D. Howell, Ozark, Ala. 
Kappa Sigma 

11! KS UMAX 



Fraxk B. IIi'TTon, JaeksDii 

Kappa Sigma 

Fii:;snMAN 

Robert Adams Ivy, Jackson 
Kappa Alpha 

FRESHMAN 



Stacy Kellvm, Shaw 
Kappa Sigma 

SOPHOMORE 

Edna ^Iae Kennedy, Natcliez 

Chi Omega 

.jrxiOR 



William Kimbrell, Jackson 
Pi Kappa Alplta 

SOl'IIOMdKE 

Jean ^Iary Kinnaird, Jackson 

SOPHOMORE 



SiJi K. King, Pelaliatehie 
Pi Kappa Alpha 

FRESHMAN 

James B. Kisner, Natchez 

Kappa Sigma 

freshman- 



Russell R. LoTTERiios, Crystal S]irings 
Kappa Alpha 

.lUNIOR 

Wh,ll\m TjAI'iierdale, Jackson 
Kappa Alplia 

SOPHOMORE 



Ilium H. Lani'Ijim. Jjn'ksoii 
7'/ Kappa Alpha 

KliESHM AN 

Edward Bernard Luke, Jackson 
Theta Kappa Nu 

FRESHMAN 



46 



THE BOBASHELA 



FiiWK AV. Tjofi.in. J.-icksoii 
'I'liclii Kappa Xit 

.11 .\ 1(11! 

I'ini.i.is M ATTiiKWs. .Iacl<--(iii 

M I II Slips Ha rhu rill IIS 

.rr.MOK 



.MAiii;i.iM: .Mdiiiiiiw, .M.-ulisdii 

Mi II sit /IS Iliirhaiiaiis 

SIll'llilMdKK 

ri.lPFnUI) .MaccoWAX. -Ilicksdll 
K II mill Alpha 

SCJl'lKIMdlM': 



• liiux .Maijciii'.axk's. Sliaiiiiiiii 
Pi Kappa Alpha 

I-lti:SIIMAN 

LiirisK ]\I()(ii{i';ii. -lai-ksdii 

Clii Oiiicija 
FliKSIIMAN 



AlAKdAKKT Jlriil'IIV, .hicksdH 
Kappa Delia 

KKKSIl.MAN 

Elizabktii ]\Ivi;ks, .larkson 
Bela si(/ma Omivron 

.SDl'IIO.MDliK 



Dl'DLKY JMooRK. liylialia 

SOIMKI.MOliK 

Berkley .Mm, .lai-k^cm 
Chi Omeija 

SOI'IIOJIOKE 



A.WK Klizahitii ^IiRUAii, .lacksdii 

Phi Mil 

.riNKlK 

Ca.mi'1u-;i,i, .MriiRAii. .lat'kstm 
Thela Kappa Xii 

SOI'lIOMOKli 



HdP.Kiri' ScdTT ircDAXiKi.. .liirksmi 
Millsaps Barbarians 

FliKSllMA.N 

LiLLA Hills, ("artluigrc 
Beta Sicima Omicron 

.Tl'MOIt 




47 



THE BOBASHELA 



















Albert C. May, Jackson 
Pi Kapita Alpha 

FltKSHMAX 

Juiix il. ]\IfRAE. Jaeksoii 
Kappa Alpha 

SOPIIOIIDKE 



Janet JIcRae, Jaukson 
Chi Omega 

FRRSIIMAX 

Carol Nelson, Jackson 
Phi Mil 

FRESHMAX 



M. I,. McKiNNON, Laiiilcrdalc 
Kappa Sigma 

FHESHMAX 

('iiKsTKH :\IcKenzie, ilemiJiis, Tonn. 
Theta Kappa Xu 

.SOPllOJIOKE 



RoWENA McRae, Jackson 
Chi Omega 

JUNIOR 

Myrt Naylor, LandiM'ilalc 
Chi Omega 

FRESHMAN 



Robert McDill, Clcvchnul 
Kappa Alpha 
freshman- 
Carl Ray Newsom, .Madison 
Theta Kappa Nu 

FRESHMAN 



Martha Newell, Jackson 
Beta Sigma Omicron 

JUNIOR 

^Martha Axx Nelson. -lai-kson 
Chi Omega 

SOPIIOMOHE 



Ritssell Nobles, Jackson 
Kappa Sigma 

JUNIOR 

Pearl Nobles, Jackson 
Chi Omega 

FRESHMAN 



48 



THE BOBASHELA 



.M Ai;\' \'i( ilDi.s, (li'cn.'Khi 
riii Mil 

JIN Mill 

i)(iX\l.li ()'( 'oNNOK, X'irkslilll-; 
JUKSIIMAN 



.liiiiN \"i:i.sii\ ()i.S(i\. .hirksiiii 
Kiipiiii siiiiiiii 

Sdl'llllMdllH 

II|CI{1!M;T OwKNS, ll;i1ticsliliru' 

SOI'Ud.MOliK 



William II. I'aijkli;, I'liihiilrl |iliiii 

TJicIa Kaiiiia Xii 

.1 f N I01{ 

Er.Lis Drank PAiiKKi;. L.iiircl 

Ka 1)11(1 A!i>hii 
Fi!i':siiXL\N 



C. (_'. Pai;nm;i,i„ -Ii;.. I'lu-e 

rUKSIlM A.N 

Ni'.LL 1'::r.mentkr, -Incksdii 

Kappa Drlla 

Sdl'lld.MdUE 



James S. Perrix. Jiu-kson 

SdrildMdliE 

George Pattox, .laoksdn 

Thctn Kappa Xu 
Sdl'lId.MdliK 



]\I vLciiL.M I'uiKoRit, Ijnnrcl 

Kappa Alpha 

SdriKiMdiiic 

Cecil I"]d\vlx PriwuD, .Tncksdii 

Kappa Sii/iiiii 

KIIF.SIl.MAN 



Ueorce T. Pratt. Imrincss 

Tliela Kappa Xu 

1-ItKSllM A.N 

Gene Price, .Mcri(li;in 

rilKSIIMAN 




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THE BOBASHELA 




Robert Price. Gloster 

SOPHOMORE 

Pete Riblett, Jaoksmi 
Kappa Alpha 

FRESHMAN 



Willie Bob Richerson. Sarah 

31illsapf: Barbariatia 

.irxioR 

jMildred Ruoff, Jai-ksdii 
Chi Omega 

JUNIOR 



Carson Robertscix, Jai-kson 
Kappa Alpha 

FRESHMAN 

W. X. Ror.ERTSON, Jackson 
Sigma Rho Chi 

JUNIOR 



Jessie Vir Ri^ssell, Jackson 
Chi Omega 

SOPHOMORE 

\'htok ^Iills Roby. Jai-ksdii 
Pi Kappa Alpha 

SOPHOMORE 



Lee Rogers, Jr.. New All)any 
Kappa Alpha 

SOPHOMORE 

JMakgarkt LoriSE Shari'k. Jackson 
Chi Omega 

SOPHOMORE 



^IaRV KlKANOR SlIAI'ttHXESSY, Jackson 
Kappa Delta 

FRESHMAN 

JOIIX R. RiMMER. CtlllKhll 
Sigma I? ho Chi 

SOPHOMORE 



George H. Russell. Sdiljiter 
Theta Kappa Xti 

FRESHMAN 

George Hexry Schiltz, Fannin 
Sigyna Rho Chi 

SOPHOMORE 



50 



THE BOBASHELA 



Al \l:^" K \'riii:i;iM': Siiwv, llmilk:! 

.1 IMCIK 

'ai I. HdiiiNsnx Siii;i-|''ii:i.i>, .hn'ksdii 

J'i Kdpim Alplid 
rn;:siiMAN 



Lkwis Ross Siiioi.ToN. .liU'Usiin 

'I'llCi'd h'lipiKi .\ II 

M:i;sir man 
Ki UN' Ki; A\<i;s Si-(im;, .hii'ksun 

h'liiiiiii liiilii 
.ir.Nioit 



Lavkm,!-; Sims. •I;i;-ks(iii 

sifiDiii i{}iii riii 

soi'iiiiMdinc 

J. D. SiJii>s()K, .Jackson 
Thetd Kdp])a Xu 

SoriKIMOllK 



•Jnli SiMl'sox, Ackcniiaii 

FI!;:SIIMAN 

]\Iki.I!a Siieumax, Fon-st 

Chi O-mega 

.jxxion 



-MaUTIX HlOUXAUl) STKINIiKIDL, -Jai'ksou 
Kdppa siijnid 

]-'l!KSIlMAN 

GOKPDN Stac:Y, .liK-ksuil 

.S'if/)HO Rho Clii 

soriioMoiiK 



William 11. Sinnox, Swcatnian 

SOI'IKI.MdHK 

KiTii Si'AiiKs, Jackson 
Ch i 0)11 e(ia 

SOPIIO.MOKE 



liiciLLE Strahax. -lack-oil 

Kiinpii Ilrtid 

sorilo.MoiiK 

TIaskicll Stewart. M^aynoshovo 

si(inid Rho Chi 
.II'MOR 








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Jack Stuart, ilorton 

SOPHOMOKE 

Wealtha Suydaji, Nettleton 

JU^'lOR 



Rebecca Tavl(.ir, -Jaek-un 
Chi Omega 

SOPHOMOKE 

Ben L. Sykes, Jackson 

Kappa Sigma 

FRf:sHMAje 



Addison Tatum, Hattiesbnrg- 
Kappa Sigma 

JUNIOR 

Floy Denton Thompsox, Jackson 
Chi Qynegu 

SOPHOMORE 



Cecil Triplett, ilashulaville 
Sigma Rho Chi 

FRESHMAX 

SwEi' Taylor, Jr., Jackson 
Kappa Alpha 

JUNIOR 



Dorothy Triplett, Erwin 
Chi Omega 

JUNIOR 

R. C. Thompson, Jackson 
Kappa Sigma 

rUESHMAX 



Russell Turner, Jackson 
Theta Kappa A'h 

SOPHOMORE 

Louise Yirden, Jack^^on 

Phi Mu 

freshman 



Marjorie Vest, Jackson 
Chi Omega 

SOPHOMORE 

Fletcher Veazey, Coldwatcr 
Kappa Alpha 

SOPHOMORE 



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l\(ii)Ni;v \\'.\i,Ki;n. Liinilci-ihilc 

'I'lnln Kill})!!! S II 

slilMlnMi>l;|. 

\'ai.kkii; Wall, lliuokliavi.'ii 

KiililHi Dfltn 
.IIMOU 



Maimiiijm-; Wal'I'kus. .Iiirksnn 

SOI'llllMllIlK 

ScciTT S. \V \i;Kii;Li). ( i iiniiisdii 

Kii]>liii All)}iu 

SdlMIOMOUK 



Wili'.imi;M': Wassox, ('olumhiis 

/'( Kiijiiii Allthii 
soi'rriiMdKi': 

DdHd'i'iiv \Vi;i:i:i;. .Mjitliislon 

.1 IN IIIK 



FlUCDERlCK .). WlsTON, 1 'xiurlioii 
MiUsiijis lUirlxiriiinx 

Mii:SlLMAN 

E. IS. Williams, l'(i|ilar\ille 

/'/ Kiiiiiiii Alpliii 

J lti:.SHSL\.N 



<'HAiiLi:s Williams, Jarksdn 
Kuijpa .^ifpnii 

KHKSIIM AN 

Elizabeth Wilsox, Pclaliatchie 

Kappa Delia 

I'll Ksii man- 



Sam (>. Wii.siix, (ircciiwddd 
Kapi)a Alpha 

KItKSIIMAX 

William Clydk WoFFdHi), Drew 

Pi Kappa Aljiha 
sdi'iiiiMciiii-: 



("haulios (J. WRHiiiT. -lackson 
I'i Kappa Alpha 

KUKSIIMAN 

James IIcI^koom, Bate.sville 

Pi Kappa Alpha 

soi'iimioKK 




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E AT U R E S 



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MASTER MAJOR 

Roy McDaniel 



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BARBARA BENNETT 



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ELIZABETH KIRKPATRICK 



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ORALEE GRAVES 



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MARGARET SHARPE 



3; 



KY 



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RUBY FRANCES STONE 



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FAVC 




Russell Nobles, Evelyn Clark, "Webb Buie 
Phyllis Matthews, Raymond McClinton, Margaret Flowers 



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liii.i.A .1(1 CoLsox, Stacy KKi.i.r.M. "J-ii.ACKiE" SiiAionxiossv 
Hakuis Swavzk. WAri>i;i:xA Wai.tkrs, Ei.i.is Fixger 



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RGANIZATIONS 



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Here we offer a glinip.se of the orgaiiizalious 
which play an important part in ^lillsaps life. 
Si;rely there has lieen no other college exper- 
ience more stinuilating than this working to- 
gether in congenial groups through fields of 
consuming interest. P"'or many these organi- 
zations have been ])roving grounds, aiding 
much in solving the important (|uestion liefore 
all college students: ""What am 1 going to do 
when I graduate ?'' 



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OCIAL 



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PAN-H 




Lauderdale, Buie, Dubard, Allex, ilcC'LixTux 
DuxN, Smith, Ferriss, Stacy, Koss 



MEN'S COUNCIL 

KAl'l'A ALPHA 
Webb Buie, J'i-(si(Uiif James Lauderdale 

KAPPA SIGMA 
>iinxEv Smith, Virr-President Will D. Ferriss 

PI KAPPA ALPHA 
Raymoxd ]\IfC'LiXT()x Read Duxx 

THETA KAPPA NU 
11. V. Allex Vassar Duhakd 

SIGMA BUG CHI 

Thomas Ross, Secrdary Harold Stacy 



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LENIC 




Felder. Sjhtii. Bdxi). Permextek 
Beard, Flowers, Siiari'e, Ruoff, Newem. 

WOMEN'S COUNCIL 



KAPPA DELTA 
Helen Boxn, President Nell Permexter 



77// yp 



JIargaret Flowers 



XoRVELLE Beard 



BETA SKIMA UMICPOX 

.Maktua Newell Dorothy iloRsi:, Tridsiira- 

DELTA ZETA 
Hazel Smith, V in -President -AIamie 13. Feeder 

cni OMKCA 
Mildred Ruoff, Seenlnri/ ^Iaroaret Sharpe 



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KAPPA SIGMA 



Founded 1869 — University of X'irgiiiia 

Colors: /SairUt. ^VIlite and Green Flower: Lilii of ihc VaUiAj 

PrBLiCATiox: "7'//r .S7(//- and Crescent" 

ALPHA UPSILON CHAPTER 



CLASS OF NINETEEX rillNrY-SIX 



Will i). Ferriss 
Harris Swayze 
AVvATT Clowe 



Sidney Smith, Jr. 
Julian Hendrick 
Jack Howen** 



CLASS OF NINETEEN THIRTY-SEVEN 



George Cortxer 
Ri'S8Ei,L Nobles 



Addison Tatum 
Bii>LY Sharpe 



LoYD Sutherland 



CLASS OF NINETEEN THIKTY-EKUIT 



Stacy Kellum 
Jeff Hester 



Herschei> Haneline** 
Robert CrxxixGHAM 



CLASS OF NINETEEN THIRTY-NINE 



T. M. Hardy 
Edwin Edwards 
James Dyer Burwell 
Hays Fleming 
Ernest Felts** 

B ELT( )N G a LL( ) W A Y * * 

Walter Hellums** 

Feu, DING HoLL01L\N** 



George Howell** 
IMarx JIcKixnon 
Cecil Pitard** 
Martin Steinreed** 
Ben Sykks** 
Rodney Tiiom pson * * 
Charlie Williams** 
Hkxhv Granherry** 



G. L. Harrell 
** Pledges 



FACULTY 

Melvin Richardson 



V. B. Hathorn 



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Talum. Swayze, Fleming, Cortner, Clowe. Hardy, Williams. McKiniion. Kelhiiii, Hester. 

Nobles, Ferriss. Smith, Felts, Pitard, Boweii, Edwards, Burwell, Galloway, Howell, 

Heliums, HoUoman. Haneline, Cunningham, Steinreed. 



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KAPPA ALPHA 



Founded at "Washington College, 1865 
Colors: Crnn^iun and Gold 

Publication: "Kappa Alpha Journal" 



Flower : Rose 



ALPHA MU CHAPTER 



CLASS OF NINETEEN THIRTY-SIX 



Charles Birdsong 
Webster Buie 
Robert Hand 



James Lauderdale 
Fred Rehfeldt 
Leroy Smith 



CLASS OF NINETEEN THIRTY-SEVEN 



Mendell Davis 
Slater Gordon 



Russell Lotterhos 
SwEP Taylor 



CLASS OF NINETEEN THIRTY-EIGHT 



M. F. Adams 
Billy Ford* 
Alex Gordon 
cowles horton 
Albert Hand 
Billy Lauderdale 



Clifford ilACGOWAN 
John McRae* 
Billy Norton 
Malcolm Pigford 
Lee Rogers 
Fletcher Veazey 



Scott Warfield 



CLASS OF NINETEEN THIRTY-NINE 



Joe Ainsworth 
Wirt Adams Beard* 
Bill Botkin* 
William Clancy* 
Foster Collins 
Ben Evans 



William Elkin* 
John Gilliland* 
Robert Ivy 
Carson Robertson 
Ellis Parker 
Sam Wilson 



J. Reese Lin 
Ross H. Moore 



FACULTY 



Milton C. White 
A. P. Hajiilton 



* Indicates pledge 



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Adams, Birdsong, Buie. Davis. Gordon. Hortoii. A. Hand. R. Hand, B. Lauderdale, 

J. Lauderdale. Lotterhos, Rehfeldt, Smith, Taylor, Wart'ield, Ainsworth, Botkin, Beard, 

Clancy, Evans, Elkin, Collins, Ford, Gilliland, Ivy, Macgowan, McRae, McDill. Pigford, 

Parker, Robertson, Riblett, Veazey, Wilson. 



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PI KAPPA ALPHA 

Founded: University uf Mi'ginia. ilareli 1, 1868 

Founded at Millsaps : March 23, 1905 

Colors: Garnet and Gold Flower: Lilif-of-tJic-VaUey 

Pi'BLlCATiON" : "Th( Shield and Diinaond" 

ALPHA-IOTA CHAPTER 

CLAi<S OF NINETEEN THIRTY-SIX 

Read P. Dunn, Jr. Raymond McClinton 

WiIjLIAm Decell James E. Si'otswooo 

• ; CLASS OF NINETEEN THIRTY-SEVEN 

i 

Keller Breelaxd* James Ferguson 

William E. Brent Hurd Horton. Jr. 

T.vLBOT Delai'p Ellis Finger, Jr. 
Fred J. Ezelle 

CLASS OP NINETEEN THIRTY-EIGHT 

Louis E. Barnes Wirt Turner Harvey 

James Dunn Billy Kimbrell* 

Allan L. Dye ' Victor M. Roby 

Francis Hamilton* Wilbourn Wasson 

Bill Hardin* William Wofford* 

CLASS OP NINETEEN THIRTY-NINE 

William H. Bizzell Sim King 

Paul Carruth* Hugh B. Landrum. Jr. 

G. P. Cook, Jr.* Albert L. May, Jr. 

Herman Crowder John ilARCiiB.VNKS 

Archie L. Dickson. Jr.* Paul R. Sheffield 

Blanton Doggett Edwin Tate* 

John Godbold* E. B. Williams, Jr. 

Frank Horton* Charles Wright* 

* Indicates pledges 



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Brent, Barnes, Decell. Delaup, Dyer, Dunn. Dunn, Ezelle, Fmger, Ferguson, Harvey, 

Horton, McClinton, Roby, Spotswood, Wasson, Bizell. Breland, Brown, Cook, Carruth, 

Dickson, Doggett, Godl)old, Horton, Hamilton, Hardin, King. Kimbrell, Landrum, May, 

Marclibanks, Sheffield. Wright. Williams, Wofford. 



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THETA KAPPA NU 

Founded at Dniiy Colleize in 1924 
Colors: Ci-iiuson. Arf/cnt. !^aile Flower : White Rose 

Publication: "Thita Ncivs'' 



MISSISSIPPI ALPHA CHAPTER 



CLASS OF NINETEEN THIRTY-SIX 

H. V. Allen, Jr. L. B. Jones 

Vassar Dubard Stanley Riggs 



CLASS OF NINETEEN THIRTY-SEVEN 

Bill Parker Louis Sutherland* 

Thomas Griffin Herbert Sandusky 

Frank Loflin* 

CLASS OF NINETEEN THIRTY-EIGHT 

■J. D. Simpson , Sam Ellis 

Russell Turner Chester McKenzie 

Rodney Walker* Campbell Murray* 

■ George Patton* 

CLASS OF NINETEEN THIRTY-NINE 

Roy DeLamotte* Ralph Barrow* 

Bernard Litke* George Pratt* 

.Carl Ray Newsom* Ross Shelton* 

Robert Hopper* ' George Poole* 

George Russell* 

* Indicates pledges 



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TH E BOBASHELA 




Allen, Jones. Loflin. Dubard. Riggs. Griffin, Parker. Turner, Ellis. Simpson, "Walker, 
Jlurray, McKen?ie. Barrow, Del Monte, Luke, Newsom. Pratt, Ross. Russell. 



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SIGMA RHO CH 



Fdundcd lociilly ;it MiUsiiiis CdUegv in lli:)0 
(.'oiAiRw: Sciirlit (Dill Criiiiii Flower; ('(lyndlinn 

ALPHA CHAPTER 

CLASS OF MXKTIJILX TIIIRTY-SIX 

CiiARLKs Arrington Th(imas Ross 

Otis Bifkix Gilcin ^Ieahows 

Roger Filler ■ Wayde Otsley 

Roy McDaniel Alton ilixoR 

Ei'ALL Samples Harold Stacy 

Joe Meier • Glen Graves 



CLASS OF NINETEEX THIRTY-SFVFN 

Francis Bradshaw Alton ^IcAllily* 

Henry SchuijTz James Droke* 

Robert Mayo Haskell Stewart* 
Brad Breland 



CLASS OF NIXETEEN riHRTY-EIGIIT 

David Brooks Lavelle Sui.ms 

J^raxton Allen George Dorris 

John Rim.mer Melvin Hemphill* 

G. ('. Clark Gene Bingham* 

John Livingston* Gordon Stacy* 

Frank Lajipton 



CLASS OF XIXETEEX T II IinY-X IX E 

Cecil Triplett Kaiil Mong* 

Joe Simpson* Roger Elpert'" 

JtiHN Fraizer 



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Arrington, Allen, Breland, Bradsliaw, But'kin. Brooks. Bingliani. Clark, Graves, Meier, 
Meadors, Mayo, Minor, McDaniel, Ousley, Rimraer, Ross, H. Stacy, Samples. Sims, 
Davis, Drake, Elt'ert, Hempliill, Livin.gston, Stewart, Schultz. Stacy, Simpson, Triplett. 



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PHI MU 



. ■ P'oiiiidt'd at Wi'sleyan ('i)llege in 18.12. 

Colors: liosc and White Flower: Rose Carnation 

PuBLioATiox : "A(/alia" 

EPSILON CHAPTER 

CLASS OF NINETEEN THIRTY-SIX 
]\Irs. Axxie Frances Dodge Xorvelle Beard 

CLASS OF NINETEEN THIRTY-SEVEN 
Mary Nicholas Anxie Elizabeth Mikkaii 

CLASS OF NINETEEN THIRTY-EIGHT 

, i^AijjE Lea Hall 

CLASS OF NLXETEEX TIIIirrV-MXE 
.Sarah Buie Carol Nelson 

LciriSE ViRDEN 

POST GRAIUATE 
~i~ Margaret Flowers 



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Beard 
Hall 

Nichols 



Dodge 

BriE 

Nelsox 



!• LOWERS 
MrURAH 
\'lRDEN 



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KAPPA DELTA 



Founded: At \'ir;^iiiia State Xoniial. Fai-iiiville. \'a.. October 23. 181)7 

Established on ]\Iillsaps College Campus: St'i)teiiil)ei- 26, 191-1: 

Colors: Gnoi mid V^'hiit Fi.owkr: Wliifi h'osc 

Publication': "The Angelas nf Kappa Delta" 



MU CHAPTER 



CLASS OF NIXKTEEX THIRTY-SIX 
Helen Bond Xaxcy Pltmmer 



SIarianne Ford 

Oralee Graves 
Lexie Mayo 



ViVLVX Rajisey 

DdRdTHY StrAIIAN 
('llARLIE PrICHARD 



CLASS OF XIXETELW Til Ih'TY-SEVEX 



RrBY Frances Stone 

^'ALER^E AVaLL 



^Iary Louise IIollo.man* 
Thelma Bennett* 



CLASS OF XIXETEEX TIIIHTY-EIGHT 

\jin.\ Davis I)(ii.(ii;es Palmer* 

Neli> Permenter Licii.io Strauan* 

Barbara Bennett* 



CLASS OF XIXETEEX THIRTY-XIXE 

AIar(;ari;t ]\Iuri'HY 
P^LizABETii Wilson* 



m.ary f^leanor sliauciinessy* 
Charlene Fallin* 



Indicates pledges 



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Bond, Davis, Ford, Graves. Mayo, Permenter, Prichard, Plummer. Ramsey. Strahaii. Wall, 
B. Beuuett, T. Bennett, Fallin, HoUoman. .Murphy, Shaughnessy, Stone, Strahan, Wilson. 



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BETA SIGMA OMICRON 

- Founded: ISt^lS. rniversity of Missouri 
Colors: Rub;/ (ind ['ink Flowers: Richmond and KiUarney Roses 

Ptblicatidx : "Th( Urn'' 

ALPHA ZETA CHAPTER 

CLASS OF MXHTEEX THIRTY-SIX 

Dorothy Boyles ilYirris ]\Ieadu\vs 

Nora Graves Nan'cy' Collier 

VlRGIXL\ ilcClLLAR E\"ELYX ClARK 

Helen Morehead 

CLASS OF MXKTFEX TIURTY-SEVEX 

Opal Rrimpield Syhle IIixson 

LiLLA ^IiLLs Martha Xewell 

Florence IlrTciiisox 

CLASS OF XIXETEEX TIIIRTY-EIGIIT 

Elizabeth -Myers* 

* Indicates pledges 



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Ik)yLES 






CnlJ.IKK 


Graves 






iloHEIIEAD 


Meadows 






Newell 


I'TCIIIXSON 


II 


I\ 


^nx JIVEKS 



Clark 

McCrLLAR 
BRfXI FIELD 

.^IlLLS 



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CHI OMEGA 



Founded: rniversity (if Arkansas. A]ii-i! ."). 1895 
Colors: ('urdliial mul Stniir Fi.owkr: \VIiif( C<iniiiiion 

PriiLICATIiiX : "Till Eleiisis" 

CHI DELTA CHAPTER 

CLASS OF MXKTEKX rHIh'TY-SlX 

Seta Ai.exandkk Lilla Jo Colsox 

Elizabeth Kirkpatrkk 

CLASS OF MXFTFEX TIIIHTY-SKVFX 

Elizabeth CixxixunAii ^Iildred Riuff 

Dorothy Chichester jMelba Sheriiax 

Stella Galloway Dcikhthy Triplett 

Edxa ^Iay Kexxedy 

CLASS OF MXICTEEX TIUh'TY-EIGlIT 

Jesse Vic Rissell Axxie Lor Heidelberg 

Sybil Scott Berkeley ^Mth 

Floy Thompsox ^Maroaret Sharpe 

Rebecca Taylor Ri-tii Sparks 

Martha Xelsox ^FiLnREn Enochs 

<LASS OF XIXFTEEX TIUUTY-XIXE 

'Si\x Ellex Chichester Pearl Nobles 

Louise Moorer Myrt Naylok 



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Alexander. Cnlsoii. Cunniughani, Heidelljerg, Kirkpatrick, JIuh, Nelson. Russell, Ruoff, 

Shai-pe. Taylor. Thompson, Burge. D. Chichester. M. E. Chichester. Enochs. Kennedy. 

J. McRae, Moorer, R. McRae, Nobles, Naylor, Sherman, Triplett. 



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THE MILLSAPS BARBARIANS 

Founded Mareli 28, 1935 
Publication: " Barbdrian Broadside'' 

Aubrey C. Maxted ---------- Fre^ideni 

Eunice Durham ----- Secretary 

HiLLiE Sharp ----------- Treasurer 

Wallace Mangum -------- Serge-int-af-Arms 

Earline Johnson ------ Director Girls' Athletics 

J. Noel Hinson ------- Director Boys' Athletics 

Winnie Buckles ----- Chairmau Entertainments 

Josephine JIorrow ------ Chairin'tn Refreshments 

Phyllis Matthews ------ Chairman Decorations 

A. W. Wilson -------- Chairman Puhlicity 



Charles Bag by 
W(.)ODR(jw Bagby 
Benton Bailey 
Hampton Ballard 
M. M. Bennett 
Harold J. Best 
Maurice Black 
Marie Boggs 
W. K. Bosarge 
JiMMiE KoY Bounds 
Marion Brantley 
Winnie Buckels 
J. J. Burnett 
Harry Caldwell 
Haery Cameron 
Ottomese Cassels 
Sella Cassels 
Lois Barron Clark 
James Conner 
Keys Currie 
Frank E. Dement, Ji; 
R. Caxton Doggett 
Eunice L. Durham 
Austin Dykes 
Percy Emanuel 



Dakin Fitzgerald 
Li'ciEN Freeman 
Wm. Guice 
Brooks Haynes 
Gerald Hill 
J. Noel Hinson 
Hazel Hollingsworth 
Henry Holloman 
Earline Johnson 
Francis S. Johnson 
John L. Kayes 
James Kelley 
Annie Sue Knight 
Stanly Lay 
Dudley LeGette 
Wallace Mangum 
Harris I\L\nning 
Leon Mathers 
Phyllis Matthews 
Aubrey C. j\L\xted 
Paul McCormick 
Thelma McCormick 
Sam McRae 
Robert ^IcDaniel 
Archie AIeadows 



CONAN MiLLSTEIN 

Josephine JMorrow 
IMadeline .Morrow 
LeRoy .Muri'hree 
Wm. Murray 
Donald 'Conner 
John Payne 
Elizabeth Pickett 
Ji^SEPH Pickett 
Greely Phillips 
Robert Price 
W. Robert Richardson 
Hillie Sharp 
Caswell Skinner 
Carey Smith 
Purser Sturgeon 
Melvin Tally 
John Thompson 
David Ulmer 
Earline Watkins 
Dorothy Weber 
Fred Weston 
Fred Whiteacre 
A. W. Wilson- 
Sidney White 
Adolphus Wilburn 



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JojINSoX 

jMatthews 



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OMICRON DELTA KAPPA 

( SI iiilfiit L( tiderslnp ) 




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Ai.i.EX. Drx.x. BriK. DoGfiETX 
Maxtkd. McCLiXTdX. Spotswood, Swayze 
S-MiTii, Key. Sanders. Whtte. Wharton 

Foimcli'd ;it Wti-liiiintoii and Lee University in 1914 
Colors: Bhn itml WliHc Ptblication : "Tlic Circle" 

PI CIRCLE 

FA< •IJLTY MEMBERS 
Di;. 1). M. Key 
l)i:. .M. ('. White 

PUOFKSSOK \'E1{X0N WllAiri'ON 

Professor A. G. Saxders 

Sri'DEXr MEMBERS 
AVebb Bl'ie 

("aXTO.V |)(l(iGETT 

11. A'. Allen 
Sidney Smith 
Raymond McC'linton 
Kead Dunn 
Harris Swayze 
James Spotswood 
Aubrey' JFaxted 

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ETA SIGMA 

( Sc/iiiliirsh ip I 




WlIAHTIi.N, Cl.AliK. RlK( KK.X. FllKD. Al.l.K.N 

Pi.rMMEU, STUHiii'.ii.x, MdHKiiKAii, LAriiioiui A i.i:. M(Cri.i.Ai{ 
Foiuiilcil Ijdcallv at Millsni)s ('<)llc<:(> in 19-2:{ 



FACVLTY MF.MBF.h'S 
W. Yj. Rikckkx 

\'f.RXI)N WllARTdX 



srVDEXT MEMBERS 

H. \'. Al.I.KN, Jh. 

X.wcY Plimmkr 
James LAi'nERDAi.K 
ilARiANNE Ford 

Pl'RSER STrRGEOX 

IIelex ]Morehead 

X'iRcixi \ "Slfi 'ri.i.AR 

Lol^ l^\RR(l\V ( 'l.ARK 



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PI 



KAPPA DELTA 

( Forensic 



ic) 




DoiiGETT, McCli.ntox, Dl"X.\, F(i1;D 
WiiAKTox, Rr(;t!S. Davis, Bt'cklios, FioKi.rsox 

PriiiJCATiox : "The. Farciisic'' 

MISSISSIPPI ALPHA 

PR(.)FESS()K X'EKNUX WllAHTdX. FilillUll AdvisilV 

STUDENT MFMBFh'S 

Caxton Doggett ---------- I'nxiihnI 

James Fergtson -------- Vic( -I'n siiJ( nt 

]*>1LLY Ford ------- Seen tttrii-Tridsiinr 

Lola Davis Read Drxx 

WlXXIE BfCKLES StAXLEY RiGGS 

RAY:\r(ixii McCi.ixTdX 



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ALPHA EPSILON DELTA 

{Xfitinnal I'rr-Mi thcnl Friit( rnitfi) 





1)1 .\.\, IviniFKl.DT, I'l.r.MMER, yri.LIVAN 
StI!AII.\X. Hii-S, LaI'DERDALE. I'arkeh 

('i)RTXER, IIaxm. Riecken. ^Ieahows, 1'|(;piiKI1 

MISSISSIPPI ALPHA CHAPTER 

l-'duiiiled : At riii\ ci'sity nl' Alali;iiii;i, 1926 

Established nii Millsa])s Collpgc Caiiiims: Ajiril 2S, inn.'i 

('iiEi)RS: lied and Violet Feciwer: lud Base 

Peblicatiox : "The Si^nlpd of Alplni Epsihni f)i]hi" 

OFFTC'ERS 
Read Dinx _---.------- Presideni 

"WiLLEVji Parker Mve-Prcsident 

Dorothy Strahax --_.--.- Secrefarij 
Nancy Ph'jimer -------- Treasurer 

Fred Reiifeldt ------- Editor 

James Latderdale ----- Report/ r 

MEMBERS 

Read Di^xk -Tajies Lafderdaee 

WiLLiAJi Parker George Chrtxer 

Dorothy Strahax Robert IIaxh 

Naxcy Petmmer Giecix Meadows 

Fred Rehfeedt ]\Ialc'Olii Pigford 
Thoiias Ross 

FACI'LTY MEMBERS 
Dr. W. E. Rieckex Dr. J. M. Sn.i.ivAX 

ll()l\ORAR\ MEMBERS 

Dr. .1. \V. IVVRKSDALE Dr. F. E. IxKIIFKl.nT 

Dr. JI. II. lldWARP Dr. IT. ( '. Kicks 

Uk. Fi:i.i.\ .] . I'xDERWOon 

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Dubard. Ford. Finger, Galloway, Wotford. Ramsey, Boyles, Smith, Watkins, 

Doggett, Vest, Haynes, Owsley, Durham, JNIaxted, Morehead, Ferguson, Collier, 

Wasson, Matthews, Chichester, Wall, Clark, Adams, Key, Sanders, Lin. 

ALPHA PHI CHAPTER 

Ellis Finger. Jr. - - - - - - - _ . . f'rijtauis 

Stella Galloway -._---.. Jh/ijiirchos 
William Wofford ------- Grammafcus 

Fagan Scott ------ Epistolographos 

]Marianxe Ford ----- Chrt/sophyla.r 

Vassae Dubard ------ Piiloros 

Jl (jyohAhY MEMBERS 

I)k. I). .M. Key Prof. .]. Reese Lix 

Dr. a. p. H.\miltox Miss Magnolia Simpson 

Prof. A. 6. Sanders Miss Elizabeth Craig 

.STIDEXT MEMBERS 

M. F. Adams Stella (Jali.oway 

Dorothy Boyles Brooks Haynes 

Elliskne Butler Phyllis JIattiiews 

Dorothy Chichester Aubrey Maxted 

Lois Barrow Clark Helen ]\Iorehead 

Earle Coleman Robert Owsley 

Nancy Collier Vivian Ramsey 

Caxton Doggett Fagan Scott 

Vassar Dub.vrd Sidney Smith 

Eunice Durham ^Iargery Vest 

James Ferguson v \lerie Wall 

Ellis Finger Wilbourx AVassox 

^Marianne Ford Earline Watkins 
I')!!.!. Wofford 

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SIGMA UPSILON 



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Spotswood, Saxders, White, Doggett, Allen- 
Price. WiiARTcix. Rkhfeldt. Davis, Sturgeox, Lai'derdale 

l^'diiiiilcd at tliL' I'liiversity of the South 
Colors; Green and (laid Publicatidx : "The Scarab' 



KIT KAT CHAPTER 



FACiLTY MEMl'.ERS 



Dr. .M. C. White 
Professor A. (;. Sanders 



Professor \'ERNdx Wiiartux 
Professor J. B. Price 



ST I' DEM' MEMllF.h'S 



II. V. Allen 
Pt'RSER Sturgeon 
Caxton Doggett 

■Ta.mes Si'oTswoiin 



Krep Reiifeldt 
Gradv Powers 
Mendeli. Davis 
15n.Lv Lauherdale 



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ALPHA PSI OMEGA 

( Drdiiiafic) 




Strahax 
mccullar 



Sjiith 
Rehfeldt 



Xewell 
Clark 



White 

KniBRELL 



Evelyn Clark 

Prof. il. C. Clark 



President 

^ei-.-Trras. 



MEM BENS 



Evelyn Clark 
Leroy Smith 
Martha Xewell 



Virginia McCullar 
Lucille Strahan* 
Billy KniBRELL* 



Freh REHPELnT* 



FACULTY MEMBERS 
M C, White R. H. Moore 



* Indicates riulcrstudies 



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CHI DELTA PH 

( LIti rari/ 1 




.McCri.LAii 

Wai/i'kks 



(iu.WKS SiVDAM 

STiIXK 



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l<"iiiiiiilc(l at the riiiviTsity of Tennes.sei.' in IIIU) 
Colors: Blue hiuI (riihl PniLirATn.)N : " Littti-iilcur 



IOTA CHAPTER 



FACrLTY MEMBER 
ilKs. ;Mary B. Stone 

STl'DEXT MEMIlEh'S 

Lola Davis \'iK(iL\iA ilcC'iLLAK 

Nora Graves jMarjorie Walters 

ilAKTH \ Sivn\M Berkeley .AIi ii 



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INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS 

CLUB 




Sandek;s, Smith, ilcL'LixTLix, Whartox, Buie, Graves 

MoREHEAD, Mayo, Taylor, Spotswood. Doggett, Nobles 

Davis, jMaxted, Fixger, Galloway', Ferguson 

Sidney A. Smith, Jr. President 

James P^ergtson ------- Vice-President 

SwEP Taylor Secreturi/ and Treasurer 

FACTLTY MEMBERS 
Professor Vernon AViiarton Pr(ifess()r A. G. Sanders 

STIDEXT MEMBERS 

Sidney Smith Oralee Graves 

James Ferguson C'axton Doggett 

Swei- Taylor Stella Galloway' 

"Webb Buie Mendell Davis 

Raymond ilcC'LixTox James Spotswood 

Aubrey Maxted Russell Nobles 

Helen Morehead Robert IMayo 
Ellis Finger 



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CTIVITIES 



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STUDENT EXECUTIVE BOARD 




DoGUETT McClINTOX KldFF AllEX 

Spotswood liriE Kirkpatrick Hixsox 

HoXD J5rCKI,KS SWAYZ-E PlJM.\l|-,R NdBI.ES 

l\AY.Mi).\n Ak'(_'LixT(.)X --------- I'nsiilrnf 

H. \'. Allen - - ------- Viic-Presidenf 

iliLDRED EroFF ------ Sccretary-Treasiirer 

OTIIEU REPRESENTATJVE^i OX THE STI'DEXr 

EXEcrrivE BOAh'n 

H. V. Allex ---------- Batul 

Elizabeth Kirki'atrick - - - Woiixni's: Association 
Webb Hi'ie - - - - - - - - - - "M/" Cluh 

Webb Bute - - - - Men's I'dn-IIrUinir Council 

Helen Bond - - - Womfii's ]'<in-IIiil< uic Council 
Nancy Plummer -------- QJep Chih 

Winnie Buckles ---!'. ^y. (\ A. 

RrssELL Nobles ------- Y. M. C. A. 

Harris Swayze -------- Cheerleader 

James Spots\vood ------- Bohashela 

Caxton DoGiiETT ------ Purple and White 

Noel Hinson ------ Ministerial League 

Caxton Doggett ------ Debate Conned 



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WOMAN'S ASSOCIATION 




'EH.MKNTIOU 



ilATTlIEWS 



KlKKl'ATKICK 



Smith 



OFFICERS 

ElIZABKTII KlRKPATHlCK - - PfCsidc )lf 

Phyllis ^Matthews -_..-. Vicc-Presiiloit 
Xell Permexter --.----- Secretary 

Hazel Smith ------- I'riasurir 

Stella Galloway - - - Frof/riiiii ('lutirnidn 
;\Iary B. Stone ----- Advisor 



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THE MILLSAPS CHRISTIAN 
COUNCIL 

(Organized October '29, 1935) 

■I 

^ # - ^ —- ^^^^ 

Alfurd SAMPLE8 McRae Ak'C'i.iNToN HiNaoN Buckles 
AVii.siix Kennedy Mitchell Bullock Nobles Delaup 

OFFICI'Jh'S 
EuAL Sajiples ----------- Fnsiiliiit 

KowKXA McRae - Vice-President 

]iiA LonsE Alford ----- Secrctarij-Tridsui-er 

MEMBERS 

Raymond ^IcClinton 
Winnie Buckles 
Ednae Mae Kennedy 
James Noel IIinson 
A. W. Wilson 
Russell Nobles 
Ellis Finger 
Talbot Delaup 

COVNSELOR 

Dr. H. ^I. Bi'LLocK 

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MINISTERIAL LEAGUE 







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OFFICERS 



J. XoEL HlNSoX 

A. W. Wilson - 
Sidney II. White 



Prisidriil 
\'irc-Fresi(lciit 
S( 1-rctary-Trea.surer 



H ON OR A RY MEMBERS 

Miss Ruth Cooper Proffessor J. Reese Lin 

Dr. Henry M. Bullock Dr. John M. Sullivan 



MEMBERS 



Woodrow Bagby 
Benton Bailey 
JIarion S. Brantley 

J. J. Bl'RNETT 

Henry Cameron 
F'rank Dement 
Blanton Doggett 
Caxton Doggett 
Allen Dye 
Percy Emanuel 
Willi a ji Erwin 
LuciEN Freeman 
J. Noel Hinson 
Francis Johnson 



James C. Kelly' 
Wallace ilANouM 
Robert ^Iatheny 
Aubrey C. IMaxted 
Archie L. ^Ieadows 
William R. ]*Iurry 
John Payne 
Joe Pickett 
Willlvji Richardson 
Eual Samples 
Caswell Skinner 
Le Roy Slenker 
David Ulmer 
Sidney II. White 
A. W. AVilson- 



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Y.M.C.A. CABINET 




Allen Wofford Nobles Ross 

McClinton Buie IIinsox Swayze 

Si'oTswonn p]zELLE F'lxiiKK IIestek Tayldr 

OFF/CERS 

Russell Nobles ---------- Frtsidcut 

Thomas Ross - . - Vice-President 

Bill Woffokd ------ l^^ecritaru-Trcasurcr 

COMMITTEE C'HAIEMEX 

Raymond ilcCLixTON 
Webb Buie 
Noel Hinson 
Fred Ezelle 
SwEP Taylor 
Harkls Swayze 
Ellis Finger 
H. V. Allen 
•Jeff Hester 
•Tames Spots wood 



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Y.W. C. A. CABINET 




Mm, Bticki.es, Mii.r.s, Davis. Hoi.Li.Nf;,s\vni!Tii 

Watkins, Si"vn.\M, Moriuow, Cih.i.ikr. Gii.w'ks 

Fi:i,i)Kn. Mavo, Kky. Stumc. 

OFFICEnR OF TIN-: )\ \V. C. .1. 
Winnie Buckles ------.... Frtsiihul 

LiLi.A Mills - - Vicc-J'resiilmt 

Berkeley ]\Inii - . . Serrdarii 

Lola Davis -------- Treasurer 

Ain'/soh's 

JIrs. :\Iarv B. Stone Mrs. 1). :\r. Key 

Mrs. Patline Bullock ]^r. I). M. Key 

COMMITTEE VIlMUMEy 

Lexie ^Iayo ----- Music 

-To ^Morrow ---------- Frutinnn 

Bee Feeder ---------- Social 

Madeline Morrow ------ Social Service 

XoRA Graves - - - . _ Iniernational Reliitin)is 

ilARTlIA SfYOA.M -------- ludlisfriill 

Nancy' Collier and Earmxk Watkixs - Hare h'lluiiojis 
Hazel Hollingsworth ------ PKhlicitii 

Sella C'assels --------- Jit, use 

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MILLSAPS io6th 



Frank Slater 
H. V. Allen, Jr. 
Bill Hrext 



Director 
President 
}'irr-Pres. & Bi(.s. Mr/r. 



Frank Slater. Witrraiit Officer 
Hexrv V. Allex. Jr., Staff Sfrgcanf 

SERGEAXTS 
WiLLL\M y. DfBARD, Jr. Willl\ji E. Brext 

Willl\m .M. L.u'dekoale 

rolU'ORALS 
GiLcix F. ^Ieadors, Jr. Altox F. ilixoR 

Williaji B. JIoxtgomery, Jr. John IM. JIcRae 

FIRST CLASS RRIVATES 

Robert AV. C'ixxixgha.m, Jr. JIaurice B. Hatxes 
Homer E. Fixger, Jr. John R. Rijijier 

Robert S. Hand Jasper L. Smith, Jr. 

William C. Wufford 



Joseph T. Aixsworth 
James D. Burwell 
James A. Droke 
J.\mes C. Di'nx' 
Erxest T. Felts 
Beltox' Galloway 
johx^ w. godbold 
Edward B. Li'ke 
Albert L. ^Mav. Jr. 
Chester L. ]\IcKexzie 



I'RIVATES 

Dl'DLEY R. ]M00RE, Jr. 

Archibald C. Murray 
Carl R. Newsom 
George R. Schultz 
Paul R. Sheffield 
GoRDOX A. Stacy 
Jack X. Stuart 
Charles B. Williams 
Samuel G. Wilsox, Jr. 
Hugh ^Ioxtgomery 
Paul Carrutii 



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ENGINEERS' BAND 




The .Mili.safs Coij.ege IIanh is one of tlie most prog-i'essive music;il 
organizations in the statr. During its fi\(' years" exisleiuc as a military 
organization the band has made ra|)id stri(h's ami now boasts a national 
reputation which it earned at 1he inangni'ation of the l'i-esi(hMit of the I'nited 
States in lli:i;i. 

77//-; UECOni) OF THE Mfl.l.SM'S li.WI) 



Offieia! band at Ihe inauguration of Pi'esident i"'ranklin Roosevelt in 
Wa^lnnglon in 19::i:^: 

Official hand in the inaui;uration of Oovernor Senuett Conner in -Taekson 
in 1982; 

Official hand in the inauguration of Govi'rnor llu'_:li While in dackson in 
19:Ui: 

Each year tlie band of the Jlississipjii State Fair, occupying a prominent 
[>lace in all parades during fail- week; 



'Poui-ed .Mi^sissi|ipi in l!)!]."). contacting ISrodkhaven. (irenada, Jackson, 
Newton, and .Meridian; 



'Poured Scmth Mississippi in 1936, contacting RrookliaviMi, ('r.\-stal SpriuLis. 
Ale('omb, Quitman, and ileridian ; 

(iRAHAJi ;\1cXami:e called the .Millsaps liand "the snaiipiest band in the 
whole jiarade " in Washington, VXi',]. 

Professor Frank Slater, director of the ^Millsaps College Bainl. has an 
international reinitati(m in the musical woidd. He is ]iarticularly well-known 
for his vf)ice, and his n\imbers are consitlered the ingh si)ot of all IMillsaps 
Band concerts. 



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THE MILLSAPS SINGERS 




BOYS' CLUB 
Robert Wade Owsley -------- President 

William Clyde Wofford ----- Business Manager 

AYiLLiAM Kimbrell ------- Secretary 

GIELS- CLFB 
Xa-n-cy Plummer ---------- President 

^klARTHA Newell ------ Business Manager 

Phyllis :\Iatthews ------- Secretarij 

Professor Alyix Kixg ------ Director 

:\riss Xaxcy Plimmer - Accompanist 



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THE CLASSICAL CLUB 




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Tlie t'lassicjil ( 'lub is an organization niailf iiji of ;ill (ireek and Latin 
students, meetina: niontldy to discuss pertinent classical subjects. Tlic jiurpose 
of the club is to develop and foster interest in tlie classics and in the art, 
literature, and history of ancient Greece and Rome. 



OFFICERS 



El. I, IS FiNCKK 

Rl'sseli. Nobles 

JOSEI'HIXE iMoRROW 

Sella Cassels 



President 
Vicc-I'rcsicleut 

Srcrelarj/ 
Tri (isnrt r 



FACULTY ADVISORS 
^Iiss JIacxolia Slmpson Dr. A. P. Hamilton' 



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Faciilti/ Advisor, Dr. J. ]M. Sillivan" 

OFFICERS 
Vassar Dtbard ----------- Fresideiti 

TiKiMAs Rnss -------- - Vicr-Presidcnt 

Otis Bcfkix --------- Treasurer 

GiLCix ilEADORS - - - - - - - Reporter 

MEMBERS 

Charlie Prichard Campbell Mfrray 

Dorothy Weber Willie ^Montgomery 

Tack Bowen John Olson 

Francis Bradshaw Wp liam Parker 

Kellar Breeland George Pattox 

Webb Biie •T«h^'' Rim-mer 

Otis Bifkix Fletcher Veazey 

, , „ LeRoy Roell 

Maltox Billoce ^ ^ 

, ,, , I/Ee Rogers 

J. II. (ox m r> 

Thomas Ross 
Wyatt Clowe „ c, 

Ei'AL Samples 

Vassar Dubard Herbert Saxdi-sky 

Will T). Ferriss _^ ^^.^ ^^^.^^^ 

Glex Graves Russell Turxer 

Fraxcis Hamiltox g^,-,^^ Warpield 

Robert Haxd James Lee 

Stacy Kelli-m Earline Johxsox 

James Laiderdale Hubert Carmichael 

NoRRis ]\Iaxxixg Roger Fuller 

Roy ^IcDaxiel Joe ]Meier 

GiLCix ]\lE.\noRS Leroy Smith 

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MAJOR CLUB 




SwAV/.K, Davis, Akkix(;tii.\". Smith, ^[cCi'llar. Dri'.AHi) 
.Mim;i;ii\v, .Mwi'i.n, S. 'rAvi.ni;. I\. 'rwi.ni!, 1'>i!i;xt. lIi)i.i,iN(is\V(inTii 



Harris Swavzic 

('iiari.es Arrixctun 
Lola Davis 



OFFICERS 



I'ri siflrnf 
Vur-I'n sideni 
S(_tri tiinj 1111(1 Tr( iisunr 



Hii.i. 1!ri;xt 
SwEP Taylor 
Vassar DrBARn 
Atbrky ]\Laxtkd 
Rebecca Taylor 



MFMBFh'S 

Sara ]'>iif. 

\'lR(ilXIA .M(( 'l l.l.AR 

1 1 AXEL IIoLLIXCsWuRTIl 

Hazel Smith 
■TosEPHixi: .Miii;ro\v 
W. T. .Maxgi-m 



ADVISOh' 

Professor \'erxox Wuartox 



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MIl.LSAPS COLLEGE, JACKSON, .MISSISSII'I'L S.VTrRDAV. FKIIKI .MiV «, 19:i6 



First Debate State Hi-Y Heads Band Invited New Grading System Is 
Attended By ];°^^^^';jJJ"'^J°'; To Take Two Recommended To Faculty; 
Large Crowd ^'^ ^ ''^ Other Trips Figures Are Abolished 



Dunn bikI D»ffell M»«t 

Girl. F 
Statf J. 



Cuem of MlllMip. YMCA 
Feb. 21-23; 

PUn» Socikl 



Til- V 

No Decision Given "Jf^"" 

IV >lbii-H»ulh 






EhsonlialFeaturt'sof New 

S>>lem ,\Iread> 

Approved 

^ I "A" Rating Is Upped 

Fiv«^Poinl Letter Sea If to 

Replace Old Sratem of 

Exact Percenlagei 




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Business '^tdff 

Read Dunn -------- - Business Mamujer 

Francis Bbads^iiaw - - - _ . Assistant Business Manager 

Sim King and Albert ]\Iay 
Rebecca Taylor - - - - Business Manager, Co-ed Edition 

Assistant Advertising Manager 
Vassar Dubard ------- Circulation Manager 

Bill Brent --------- Exehangc Manager 

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THE PURPLE AND WHITE. FEBRUARY B. WW 



rOUNfim iT THt JUMIOB CtAMoT IMi 



I9>t Mroitxf tO<< 
Ditinbuicr o< 

Colteftido Digest 



CDrrVmUL ITAIT 

ncrok RMY... 

wbum omv 

■TLLT UlLTtKOAUE... 

MuW i»*' - — 

iOUIT Iii;ni 

TAtaiTT DD-ivr j ^,,~... .7'' ~. ■ 

'j^tmi. ouWn WuH*. tea Ttl> 
U*Kn.T HUK 

aVUKtH fTATV 

rKAMcu •»Ara«*w 

.. — jjj • — , 

■i*HH Tulv. Ua ai«*n 

'■it6(T'~ 



Let's Have Another Walk 

Hun'n a auegc'ttion for Ihoov in charge 
of FEKA wortt ut Mill^aps: why not Mt 
tMjm« of thp workertt to builcllnj; a walk 
ffim the fruni otcp^ of (la)loway Hall to 
the stopB at North WeJit ulreel? 

The ])uth th^M^^^^use now ie in 
rainy wcuthii^^^^^^^^^lickest, mlr- 

stickles! ]i ^^^^ ^^^^^rampus- 

Mnrt.' ,B ^P uine<l on 

that pat t; ■ ■.riler has 

ever !*it) f ^^^ ^_^^ W 

Of en. LSlf ^3^^alk from 
Burton I i J^"* ^^^ ^ but juat 
why thttlft -- ' .y.' nobo<ly 

haa ever q. 1 -^ t^a-ps down 

which one n.\ - „ ft :ire not at 

the enrl of \X\ J' if one goe-i 

out of his waW y , he «till has 

to warle throu l^^^^^g^^ ^^^ 

The co.st <'^\ ^"'^ ^^^k^ fhe 



Qood Qm'crnmem 



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Students should regard with inimer 
satisfaction the new gratline syistt-m wh 
will he officially announced following th 
completion of final ilelails at the facu'^ 
meeting this afternoon. 

Everybody is familiar with the objec- 
tions against the oUi system of putting 
grades into exact figures. The new sys- 
tem will abolish figures entirely, substitut- 
ing instead the more general grades of A. 
B, C, D, and F. This method will make the 
instructor's task easier, more accurate, and 
will remove i. 
the part of " 
felt that a gr: 
as a 2, was > 
sidering the 
courses of 
90. the latter |, 
1. 

The best st 
for their worl 
only as "A" st 
cal average bi 
students will n 
the term " 'A' 
on a new sjgnii 
who are inten 
their work lu 
assignmenb* v 
laudable sysle 



incluUfil 111 im.-^ numiH-'r wa.-* .lack I'ool, 
prtsidtrt of the stutlenl disciplinary bodv 
of thf university, who convicted himself. 
declaring that he had cheate*! during his 
freshman year. 

Both the council and Jack Pool de»er\'c 
high praise. Pool did a thing that iwrhapa 
one student in fifty thousand would do. 

Cheating probably e.\ist.-» on ever)- cam- 
pus. Every school could usj; sfime of the 



>*«» rof TW I*wt4* B^ WMU wt 

tiiih»r U Mra •Ira.l W J*4d tintd fU»l.b. MUkint 
> B>«l«r ur Iba r^fkllr ippoUtc^ MWk'cta tUI* CTill 



Do the peo[»le want goof! govemmentT 
If they do. rio they know that the best 
drawn statutes, the moxl modem govern- 
menial machinery, are of no avail if the 
men and women who administer govern- 
ment are given their jobx bvcaum.* of their 
party t«.r\icen? Ju.it as long as we accept 
the |jhilosophy that party henchmen have 
a claim to government jobs as their reward, 
so long must we also accept the possibility 
of var>'ing standardu of senicc m govern- 
ment. WTlcn we revern- our thinking and 
insist that government has a right to em- 
ploy the ablest men and women, then may 
L* e.xpecl a high grade of public service. 

We are fortunate to U' living in a day 
len, with the alarming hut probably in- 
itable increase in governmental activities, 
w light is being ahwi on the problem of 
vernmental personnel by the leading 
inkers of our country. These men and 
>men out of their yean of experience and 
tient research have evolveil a new con- 
ption of the public service. They speak 
terms of "traineti personnel", "personnel 
-ectont". the "administrative service", 
d, most potential of all, a "career serv- 

Can the public be made to grasp the sig- 
nificance 01 this new conception? Can we 
brush away, from the public mind the cob- 
webs of the old "civil ser\'ice reform" which 
all too frequently died on the statute books? 
Can we convince the political parties that 
they won't die if depriveil of patronage? 



. if the 



C:in we awaken the jiuhlic to an appre- 

dangers of an ever expanding 

h ha.<t as its foun- 

Is system? Can 

the potentialities 
. ill offer a career 

career which wiD 
young people to 
y in special train- 

them opportuni- 
l")" it ions in their 



-■ understand that 
of a government 
rather than by a 
»n its successful 
t in this day and 
tion is impossible 
nel from the »t^ 
erical .-^enice, the 
^■r\ice. up to the 




EDITORIAL STAFF 

Caxtox DotHiKTT _ E(I itor-i tt-CJiief 

Victor Roby Uanaginy Editor 

William Guice As.sistant 

Mklra Shekman _ „ Editor, Co-ed Edition 

Billy Laiukkdale Xeus Editor 

Melba Sherman, Donald O'Connor, Keller Breland, Carson Robertson 

Jimmy Di\x ^ Feature Editor 

Herman Crowder, Roy Delamotte, Elizabeth Cunningham, Charles Arrington 

Talkot Dklaup and Allan Dye „ „„ Sports Editors 

Bekkklky Mun _ „ Socictu Editor 

Lkxie Mayo Mu.sir Editor 



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•Jaiies E. Spotswodd 
Editor 



SmxEY Allex Smith, Jr. 
liiisiiii ss Mintdf/er 



For any iiiiperfeetioiis of the 1936 Hobashela, we offer no apologies. With 
what skill, and iiiatei-ials. and cooperation we have had. we have done the best 
We eouid do. 

Xor do we claim any credit for its pleasing features. As nearly as possible 
we have tried to capture and i-ecord for you IMilisaps and ^Millsaps life. From 
that conies any value this book may have, and not fi-om any artistry of ours. 
In grouping of undergraduates, in using photographic division plates, and in 
adding a special review section, the 19.S6 Bobashela has dev'ated from its 
pi-edecessors. We feel each departure will appeal to you. 

The first gives the class of "36 more prominence. The second replaces stock 
color plates with intimate glimpses of Alillsaps life, %ague and blurry though 
the studies may s(mietimes be. The last provides a s.vstematie record of all 
the stir and bustle of activity on the campus you have loved so well. 

James E. Spotswood 



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THE 1936 BOBASHELA 

THE STAFF 

r.niToinM. 

h'iii:ii ('. KiciiKi:i,i>T Hi vii ir E<lil<ir 

Ki.Ms I*'i\(;kk - - C7(/\.v h'dilur 

Wii.r, I). Fekhiss ------- OrijiiiiiKilidii Kdihiv 

Ai-i,.\N Lank Dyk Arlivilii s Editor 

RrssEi.i, X()ui,f:s - - I'hotDijntjdi Editor 

Lkxik .Mavi) - - . - - Fditiin Kilitor 

TAijiin' Dki.ai'i- - Sjioi-ls Editor 

Louis Barnes ------- Assoriati Si)orls Editor 

Roy Oelajfotte - - - Art Editor 

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SwKi- Tayi.du ------- Assistinit lliisiiiis^ MaiDK/f i- 

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Millsap.s eiuleavonrs in fields of atliletic cnn(|iicst during- l!)3r)-36 were in tlie 
hands of Head Coaeli Tranny Lee Gaddy and Assistant ('oarli ]\[elvin 
Riehardson, reengnized (is two of the most capahle sports nit-ntors \\ ho liave 
dii'eeted the (h^stinies of ilsijor teams. 

Their leadership and lore have done mneli toward makinu- Millsaiis squads 
outstanding;' year after yeai- in S. 1. A. A. and Dixie Conference eontests. 
The i)riiK'iides of sportsmanship an<l liiiili conrai:!' wliii-li they e-^pouse aho\"e 
all else have won ilajor athletes honor throughout the South. .Millsaps can he 
justly proud of t'oaehes Gaddy and Richardson. 

Absent this vear was B. 0. Van Ilook. basketball mentor. 



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•Jack Stuart 
FiiothiiU MdjKii/ir 



To one attempting' to review comin-ehensively and 
coldly Millsaps' record during the 1935 football 
season, come crowding a host of colorful, stirring 
recollections which make statistical discussion diffi- 
cult. Let it suffice to say tliat the Majors lost to 
Ole Miss and beat Delta State, grimly endured a 
handy trouncing from ^Mississippi State's now famous 
'35 football edition, lost a sweat-drenched battle to 
Southwestern of ^Memphis one tciTibly hot fall 
afternoon. 

Let it be enough to remember that thereafter the 
undaunted Majors proceeded to thrash Birmingham- 
Southern for the first time in fourteen years, defeat 



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Sdul liucsli'ni Loiiisijiiia histitntf. :iiiil upspt a focky 
|)a('k ol' Louisiana 'I'ccli xiplKinidfcs wlio liad pre- 
\ioiisly ruled unclialiengcd their seetiou of tlie 
S. I. A. A. Tile tliiidy-rpserved Militants retiirued 
to tlu'ir own field IIoineeoinin<j Day to walk all over 
JMike Donaliue and ten otiiei- surprised \isitoi's from 
SprinfT Hill ('ollei;e, somehow let the .Mohilians eke 
out a lucky tie. 

We can ivcall briefly that in the elosiiifr weeks of a 
strenuous season. .Millsa]is drojijied a name to ]\[niTay 
State on a sli|tpery, wind-swept <rridiron, returned 
to Jaeksoii for the elosing granie with ]\Iississippi 
College two week-ends later. That .sun-filled Thank-- 
>;iving day of 1935 saw ;\[ilitants and Kedskins 
engage in a great defensive duel, ending in a 
seorele.ss tie as the two teams failed to penetrate 
eaeli othei''s indomitable goal defenses. 



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BACKS 

Jac K BowKX — As captain of Millsaps' 1935 gridiron squad, justified Major confi- 
dence in liis al)ility by keeping team morale at a high level all season. On the playing 
field, he was deadly passer and blocker deluxe, master at a cut-back which netted much 
yardage. Senior. 

RciY McD.\.\ii;i, — Mac will be most remembered for his pass-receiving over at 
Louisiana Tech in the fall of 193.5. his bro'ien-field dashes which stretched completed 
passes into touchdown plays, and gave Millsaps victory. His heady playing was a 
great asset to the '35 machine. Senior. 

T.\i.i..\ Jo.NEs — Standin.g enemy orders when playing Millsaps were: "Watch Jones' 
passing! Watch Jones' kicking! Watch Jones' running!" He did all three ably, but 
he wasn't a grand-stander about it. What the quarterback said was what he did, and 
what was best for the team was his first thought. Senior. 

:\I-\i.TiiN ■'Rkd" Bri,! in k — "Red's" big body and fierce delight in smashin.e body 
contact made him one of the best line-busters Gaddy has had under his tutelage in 
many years. He was a deadly blocker and a bone-cracking tackier all year. Senior. 

Fhkd EzEi.i.E — Typical of this 145-pound youngster's play all season was his amazing 
blocking against "Big" Hapes in September, 1935. He smacked that big guy frequently, 
and he put him down. Ezelle quarterbacked all season, and his work rarely brought 
forth a protest from the bench. 

Bovi) Rekvks — In 1935 he understudied Talla Jones, showed triple-threat inclina- 
tions when Coach Gaddy used him. He's a natural. 

GEOiiiiE SiiEFFiEi.i) — George did his trick both at right end and fullback, alternating 
as a need arose for big hands and a big body. Shaded by Bullock and Anderson, he 
still made himself valuable backing up the line, and occasionally snatching passes. 

Neil Cirlot — Seeing service in almost every team position. Neil eventually settled 
in the liackfield, where his speed bolstered Millsaps' running attack. 

John Lon.r.N — Maybe his middle name is "Rabbit," but he was one tough guy on 
the football field, as men who faced him at end or in the backfield will attest. Senior. 

ENDS 

Fii.AMv LoEi.ix — As a desperate measure, Gaddy shifted Frank to end against South- 
western of Memphis. His alertness and defense and his pass-handling made him 
thereafter one of Millsaps' ranking flankmen. Senior. 

Hin.\.M A.MiERSox — One year's absence didn't slow down Hiram. How he did smear 
interference! The fits he gave opposing passers and punters! His aggressive play was 
the bane of enemy formations. Senior. 

Lrovn StTiiERi..\Ni) — Some lucky gift of timing made Sutherland a master pass 
receiver; he was always at the exact spot at the right time, and laughed at rough 
tackles from mortified secondary men once he got his hands on the pigskin. He was 
an excellent diagnostician as to what the man across from him was going to try to do. 
Senior. 

Roheht Strait — "Bob's" all-round play won him deserved recognition from the 
Dixie Conference. He was a ranking member of the "shock brigade" which Gaddy 
used to break up enemy formations. 

Bi!.\xTox Allex — While he didn't see much active service, Allen was out on the 
field every afternoon proving that he could play end. It helped the team a lot to 
know that a scrappy flankman like Allen was waiting to stop-gap. 



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StKAIT, lih'KLAXn, EzioLLi:, .McDaxiki, 

BUPKTX, ('(IX, -loXI-N. WaI.KKR, WilFFdKD 

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TACKLES 

Otis Bi^fkin — "Buf" played high-caliber ball all year, keepinie; his section of the 
line airtight against enemy thrusts, and mopping up nicely when "Pee AVee" Ezelle 
called tor a hole oft tackle. Senior. 

Br.vd Bkklam) — A likeable, grinning youngster who learned before the end of the 
football season to leave his good humor off the field. When he charged, something 
moved; and he could really keep blockers off with those big hands of his. 

G. C. Ci..\RK — A husky sophomore who made good his first year in varsity com- 
petition. He was a pillar on defense. 

Edw.\ri) Cox — Cox didn't play much in 19.35. but he made good what opportunities 
he did get, and will probably be in the front ranks consistently hereafter. 

GUARDS 

Bi'STER BosARGE — Maybe everybody called him "Papa." but he didn't show signs of 
age as a running guard, and nobody enjoyed facing him on offense or defense. He took 
his football seriously, and played hard. His goal-kicking proclivities beat Birmingham- 
Southern. Senior. 

Paul Tiioma.s — A stocky bit of concentrated dynamite whose speed and fight spread 
woe among enemy ranks. 

JiMMiK Lkk — Lee came through last year at a time when Millsaps was placing a 
high premium on number one reserves. He understudied regulars in very satisfactory 
fashion. 

Rodney Walker — Rodney must be classed as another football natural. Spotting his 
mates weight and experience, he still performed with equal ability all year, and was a 
dependable cog in all of Gaddy's formations. 

Haskell Stewart — "Hack" did utility service both in line and backfield, but worked 
to best advantage as a vest-pocket guard. He's the kind of fellow you like to play with — 
or against. Fight like the devil, but no hard feelings. 

CENTERS 

Gerald Hill — To those who don't believe in sticking a light man into the midline, 
Hill proved a puzzler. Unusually light for the post he filled, he used his hands and 
his head, and he followed the ball in a way to make critics class him on a par with 
anybody he faced all year. As tribute to his fighting spirit and team loyalty, he was 
elected alternate captain at the end of the year. 

C. W. Fairhanks — Fairbanks made good at Millsaps because he played all year 
with the idea that he belonged in every play, and never loafed when the l)all was being 
carried away from his position. 

Bill Wofeord — With two regulars ahead of him, sophomore Bill Wofford still 
turned in a creditable performance all season which will probably win him a number 
one post on the Purple and White eleven. 



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Sheffield, Cirlot, Fairbanks, Bi-llock 

BowEN, Lee, Loflix, Bosarge, Clark 

Hill, Stewart 



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KicHARDsox, Coach, SiMPSOx, AYalker, Bullock, Ezelle, Buie 



The fighting spirit whieli Millsaps" 1936 varsity basketball squad exhibited 
throng'h a hard season will be lonji- remembered in Majdr annals. Handicapped 
by injnries, lack of reserves, by key men ha\ in<i- to qnit as ("oaeh Richardson 
prepared to bnild an important formation around them, even badly shaken 
np in a wreck on one trip, Millsaps' gallant quintet kept plugging. They 
entered every game determined to win. and fought to tlie last whistle. 

The spirit of the ]Ma.ior cagemen is best shown in the ])erformance of John 
Loflin, a reserve with little intercollegiate experience, who jilayed top-noteh 



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J. LoFLix, McDaxiel, Clark, Reeves, Ellis, Managtr. V. Loflin 



ball \vlu>ii he took the place of Frank Loflin. his hrothci-. injureil in that wreek 
nji Tennessee way; or in the performance of Captain AVelih Hnie, a light-weight 
frei|uently battered in contacts with heavier men. who never slackened his pace. 
Roy .McDaniel and ilalton Bullock probabl.v turned in the most finished games 
of the Millsaps varsity cagers during the 'H6 season. ^IcDaniel was es]iecially 
"liot"' the night ^lillsaps met the Choctaws at the Armoi-y hitting the goal 
fi'om all angles that evening to give ;\Iillsa]is the sweet taste of victory. 



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Gaddy. Hemphill, Stewart. Horton, Jones, Simpson, Assat, Bnllock, Wartield, 
Veazey, Ellis, McClinton, Sutherland, Buie, Lofliii, McDaniel, Sharp, Strait. 



"With coii.sideral)le mound strength in tlie persons of Bnlhii/lv. Assaf, 
Ilorton. Warfield. and Cirlot, anil a tii'mij) of formidable stickmen numbering 
Sutiicrland. Sharp. IJulldrk. ami .M(d)aniel, the varsity baseball squad was able 
to offer '36 (i|)]i()iien1s j)lent,v of oppositidu. 

An exteiisix'e liaseball sehedulc fiiiall.\' got under \va.\' aFtei' rain dela,\e(l 
the season open(>i' two successive week-ends. ^lillsaps started shiwly a.uainst 
Ole Miss and Louisiana Tech, got uiuler wa.\- in two games wilii Delta State. 

Outstanding during the year was "Red"' Bullock, whose work on the 
mound, at first base, and in the (lutfield was of exceptionally high caliber. 
He addeil hitting iionors to other diamond accomplishments. 

Ace base-stealei' was sprinter Loins Sutherland, who heat many a throw 
from pitchci' oi' eatcher to base with his amazing speed. In thi' infield Roy 
McDaniel pnil)ably turned in the most creditable performance as a smooth- 
working, heady siiortstop. 



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Paced by tlie brilliant play (if Herbert Sandusky, seeded mmil.ier nne. ^lill- 
•saps iietiueii enjoyed a fair season, faced s(|uads from all over the South, 
took on several mid-western invaders, anil handleil plenty of opiiosition from 
ilississijipi and Louisiana. 

Rankinj:' netmen for the season were Herbert Sandusky, nundier one. Hubert 
Canniehael. nundi(>r two. Rojjier Fuller, number three. Francis Hanulton. luun- 
ber four, and Talbot Delauii, iiundier fi\e. The number one doubles sipiad 
consisted of Sandusky and Carnnchael. the number two of Fuller and Hamilton. 
Otlier rac(|uet candidates provided tlie.se ilajor repi'esentatives witli ]ileuty of 
competition. 

"While Carniichael and Sandusky had been known quantities and were there- 
fore included in early estimates of Millsaps net strength, the abilities of 
Hamilton. Fuller, and Delaup had been unknown. Hamilton and Delanp 

hail been unknown, and their creditable work on the I'oui-ts was es]iecially wel- 
come. Hamilton and Delaup i)layed furiously and sometin\es erratically. 
Fuller iclied on steadiness to overcome bis opponents. 



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111 liis 1935 freshiiian siiiuul, Coai-li Riduinlson luul a gmup of youngsters who 
•would delight the heart of any football mentor, and who gave pi'oiiiise all year 
of great days for future ilillsaps varsities. To much football promise, the 
frosh gridsters added a hearty ze.st for the game, and a sportsmanship which 
won the admiration of their opponents. 

High spot of the 1935 season for the frosh was their victory over Southwest 
Junior College's highly touted eleven. The frosh were supposed to lose, but 
they landed on Summit like a mildly enraged tornado, and eame home with the 
game "in the bag." 

The frosh fought to a deadhiek with the :\Iississippi College Papooses, hut they 
got the measure of the younge.st Ilitt, and he probably won't be the obnoxious 
person to them liereaftei' that his brothers were to ^Major elevens they faeed. 

While all the Minors played jam-up football, especially to be congratulated 
are Edwards, Rester, Anderson, Walker, and Smith in the line, and Cox, Elfert, 
Hardy, and Hill in the baekfieUl. Show us how to play football these next three 
years, you Minors! 



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BASKET BALL 

Coach Gaddy guided his f'reshiiian cagers through a highly profitable season, 
during whifh a likely bunch of frosh j-oungsters got acquainted with the !Mill- 
saps system, and trounced some formidable foes in the bargain. Before the end 
of the season Gaddy had develojied two fairly well balanced quintets, and when 
he had them in shape began to substitute team foi' team. Using that sy.stem 
lie was able to prepare all his likelier youngsters f(}r varsity ball in '37. 

To one ace of the freshman outfit .Millsaps men are going to look especially 
in the future, should he continue to wear Purple and White togs. That man 
is Currie, as smart and eagle-eyed a cageman as ever worked on a Minor squad. 
He was ably seconded by such players as Ballard, Elfert, Gilliland. Price. Cox, 
Edwards, and Thompson. 



Standards set by the frosh football and basketball teams were carried on by 
the yearling nine. The freshman basball squad smeared Hinds Junior College 
two games straight, split a series with Pei'kinstoii •luiiior College — later state 
finalists — and rounded out the season by wliipiiing the Mississipjii College 
Papooses two games out of three. 



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$35,000.00 (;ym 

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Thi'OiiKli ;i haze ol' cifiar siiiokc 
arose the plans lor Millsaps new 
STi.OUO (loUar Kynuiasiuni. Through 
the medium of Millsaps favorite 
son Webster Millsaps liuie and 
through the solicitations of R. L. 
Ezelle Sri.OdO dollars was banked, 
bidden for, Rotten by contractor I. 
r. Garber; in return tlie handsome, 
brick Buie Memorial gymnasium 
arose on the Northeast part of the 
campus. 

No small matter is the Buie Mem- 
orial symnasium. Since the burn- 
ins of the athletic .Jarn in the dim 
past Millsaps basketballers have 
begged, borrowed floor space, have 
been inconvenienced, heckled. Now 
students no longer have to wan- 
der off the campus to indulge in 
their athletic pastimes. Showers, 
lockers, ample floor siiace can be 
had within a stone's throw of the 
dormitories. 

Besides being the major event 
among the Majors for 1935-1936, 
the Buie Memorial gymnasium sat- 
isfied all accrediting association de- 
mands, did justice to excellent Mill- 
saps basketball teams. 

Among the finest in the South 
the imposing new gymnasium has a 
playing floor of SO by 94 feet, a 
ceiling clearance of 32 feet, student 
lounges, bookstore, easy access to 
golf links, tennis courts, baseball 
field and stadium. 



GYM PUSHER 



HOMECOMING HUMS 

Short. Irish, bright-eyed Dudley 
Culley, new Millsaps alumni secre- 
tary, threw his whole energy into 
annual Homecoming Day. organized 
committees, made speeches, sent 
out invitations to alumni, made 
Homecoming plans hum. Result: 
Speeches, an all day program with 
barbecue, football game, alumni 
spirit that has never been equaled. 

Dudley Culley. himself an alum- 
nus, one-time school teacher took 
his place at the helm of the Mill- 
saps Alumni Association, in 193.S, 
injected new life with new ideas, 
collected valuable information, 
made many new friends for the col- 
lege. 

Other bigwigs in tlie new alumni 
association were: Bruner Hunt, 
president: Walter Spiva, vice pres- 
ident; Garner Lester, secretary- 
treasurer. 




WEBB BUIE 




PODAER PASSES 

Somewhere around the turn of 
Mil- last ccMituiy. Ben Sanders wan- 
dered ovei' to -Millsaps campus one 
.i(ter;;oon to watch a few boys 
ki( king a football around. 

Bon was an inmate of llie state 
jsylum across North State, but a 
trusted inmate, so that even then 
he had the run of the place. The 
asylum officials didn't mind his 
leaving, for he was always back to 
eat and go to bed, and he was al- 
ways cheerfully ready to do a 
chore. 

And presently ^lillsaps was very 
glad indeed f.> have Ben come over. 
His good natui'e. his fund of 
liilarious tales, his unabashed "Hi, 
Pod'ner!" won the hearts of all the 
folks about the campus, students 
and faculty members alike. 

When intercollegiate athletics be- 
came a regular part of the Millsaps 
program, Podner Ben stepped into 
the position which he occupied to 
tho day of his death. He became 
mascot of every squad, and he at- 
tended each practice session with 
moie regularity than the most 
earnest recruit. 

Every student since the incep- 
tion of basketball and football 
games remembers his stooped fig- 
ure on the sidelines, his cracked 
old voice calling encouragement to 
the struggling Majors. One of his 
expressions is now a classic: 

"Git dat ol' pepper, Podnerl" 

His illness and passing late in 
.May, 193(i, was the occasion of an 
outpouring of grief and affection 
from Majors of times past and 
from the entire student body, from 
friends of all walks of life. During 
his illness every attention was 
provided him. A host of friends 
gatheied at his funeral, conducted 
in Murarh Hall auditorium. 

The tributes paid him there by 
Dr. Key. Webb Buie, and Fved 
Ezelle might well have come from 
any of those who heard them. Of 
Podner — lying before them in his 
most cherished possession, that 
fireman's suit — they said: "Good 
man . . . loyal friend . . . stannch- 
est supporter." 



Millsaps College 



Jackson, Mississippi 



Of Uollege of Ofrh ana Sciences 



FOUNDED 1892 



jNIenibei' of: Southern Association of Colleges and 
Secondary Schools 



On the fully approved lists ot: 

The Association of American Universities 
The American Association of University Women 



Offers to young men and women of character, ainhition and ahility. 
the foUoKing adrantages: 

1. Rigorous Academic Training and Scholastic Prestige. 

2. Alert Intellectual and Cultural Life of the Student Coni- 
nuinity, expressed in Literary, Athletic and Religious Or- 
ganizations. 

3. Moderate Expense and Plxcellent Opportunity for Loans 
and Employment. 

For Catalogue and Special Information, Address 
D. M. KEY, President Jackson, Mississippi 



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ADMINISTRATION 

THE RAMBLERS 

Millsaps students' extra-curricu- 
hii- activities consist of athletics, 
lioiioraries, occasional social af- 
fairs, (lel)ating, dramatics. Millsaps 
faculty extra curricular activities 
consist of convention going to all 
parts of the United States. 

Last year Millsaps President 
David Martin Key travelled exten- 
sively. Results: much school busi- 
ness transacted, a hurried airplane 
fliglit from Birmingham to be on 
hand to shake hands, make speech- 
es for Millsaps Homecoming. 

Beside a state wide tour in the 
interest of the new Gymnasium, 
President Key went to New York 
t'ity, the North Mississippi Annual 
Conference at Amory, Mississippi, 
Regional Convention of American 
Association of Colleges at Atlanta, 
Ceorgia, and was active in a special 
survey of Lenoire Rhyne College in 
Hickory, North Carolina. 

Dr. W. M. Alexander, college sec- 
retary of the General Board of 
Christian Education of the Meth- 
odist Episcopal Church, south, re- 
marked: "I would place President 
Key among the two or three most 
prominent presidents of Methodist 

college and universities he 

is making an outstanding contri- 
bution to Christian education.'' 

Others to wander: Dr. John Ma- 
gruder Sullivan, who journeyed to 
Annapolis to address Uncle Sam's 
Midshipmen. 

Vernon L. Wharton, debate coach 
took the Millsaps debaters to Ark- 
adelphia, Arkansas; Starkville. 
Mississippi and Houston, Texas. 

Others travelled to church con- 
ferences, science conferences, and 
athletic conferences. 



BOARD OF TRUSTEES 

Millsaps-Carnegie library teemed 
with activity: much cigar smoke 
and much unhushed talking was 
allowed as the mid-year meeting of 
Millsaps Board of Trustees prepar- 
ed to get under way. 

Board members were gratified to 
learn: 

1. Dr. D. M. Key's report show- 
ing that Millsaps drew more stu- 
dents from the state at large than 
did Vanderbilt, Birmingham-South- 
ern, Emory and Hendrix from their 
respective states. 

2. That Millsaps' new gymnasium, 
(see New Gymnasium) was rapidly 
becoming a reality according to the 
reports of R. L. Ezelle, chairman, 
of the gymnasium advisory com- 
mittee. 



BELOVED FACULTYMAN 
PASSES 
Dr. George C. Swearingen, first 
Latin and Greek professor at Mill- 
saps College and one-time insur- 
ance executive passed away during 
the year following a series of se- 
vere heart attacks. Respected, 
loved Dr. Swearingen represented 
the finest traditions of Christian 
manliness, possessed an astute, 
capable mind. 



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ALFRED BOURGEOIS 



Manufacturing Jeweler 



WEST JACKSON. MISS. 



J . L . A 1 b r i 1 n 

YOUR JEWELER 

^^'e Do K\er>(liing in 
Fine Watch and .le\\cli'\ 
Repairing 

Authorized Dealer in All 

American Made Watches 

Fine Diamonds and 

Je\Yelry 

246 E. CAPITOL STREET 

OPPOSITE POST OFFICE 



Batton Tire & Oil Co. 



N. State & Amite St. 



Phone 870 



" Cdiiijih le (})i(-St(jji Si rvic( '' 



Frank Batton E. S. Atkinson 



Primos Coffee Shop 

The Best Place in Tuwn 
TO EAT 

Opposite the New Post Office 



Tji>t T's Fui'llisll — 

YOrR Koo.M oli IIOAIH 

Good Furniture 

Moderate Prices 

I'sr Our Bitdi/rt I'lini of — 

SMALL CASH PAY.MEXT 
BALAXCE :\rOXTHLY 

Tavlor Fiirnitiire 
and Carpet Co^ 

504 E. Capitol Street 
JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI 



THE HUB 

style Store for Men 

108 West Capitol 

JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI 



DORMITORY CHANGES 

To curb freshman boisterousuess. 
too frequently expressed in win- 
low-breaking and other minor form; 
of playful sabotage, administrators 
installed in Pounders Hall matron- 
ly Mrs. Holloman. told her to take 
care of "the boys". Timid yearlings 
entering the frosh dormitory in the 
fall of 1935 were won by a smiling, 
gray-haired woman who took pains 
to see that they were settled com- 
fortably. 

And they broke no windows, 
flooded no shower-rooms, justified 
administration confidence in her 
ability to manage Major youngsters. 
Wiser than others, she merely 
smiled when freshmen cut loose in 
hallways with Christmas firecrack- 
ers, knowing that an infrequent 
bang was better than damaged 
Iiroperty. 




To bring boarding co-eds closer 
to a campus which they had long 
watched wistfully from the isola- 
tion of a rickety wooden structure 
across North State, college author- 
ities installed Millsaps women in 
renovated Galloway hall when Sep- 
tember, 11135, rolled around. 

ResuU.j: 

More campus romances. 

Better dining-room manners un 
til eds grew accustomed to the in- 
flux of coeds. 

Increased coed interest in cam- 
ims affairs. 

NEW GRADING SYSTEM 

Too many "As" and too little hon- 
est sweat is longer the complaint 
of Millsaps students who find time 
to study. Hoping that there will 
be more honest sweat and fewer 
"As" the Millsaps faculty changed 
the much debated grading system 
and adopted a higher standard in 
19.35. Highest standard: all the 
work that would normally bring 
"As" plus outside work of consid- 
erable importance. Other stand- 
ards: No numerical grades, "Bs" 
where "Bs" are due. Stimulation 
of initiative, cancellation of any 
comprehensive grade below "B", 



The Best Dressed Men Wear 

SCHWOBILT 

ESTABLISHED 1912 REG. U. S. PAT. OFF 

CLOTHES 

THE SCHWOB COMPANY 

155 E. Capitol Jackson, Miss. 

Electric 

POWER 

AND 

SERVICE 




A 
BASIC 

MISSISSIPPI 
INDUSTRY 

R. W. ' F E R R A L L 

standard Life Building 

Model' I) Jiirdni foe 
Mode)')! Majors 

Also 

Je>velry Repair 



Grcenbrook Floral Co. 



CLINTON ROAD 



Phone 579 



' Fli>iC( rs for /■! riiji Occiisniii' 



( '(iiiiplinu'iitN 111' 



JOHNSON CLEANERS 



White's Lumber Yard 



(ri)iir(il Miifiridls 



JACKSON, MISS. 



CAME THE 

BAR P> S 




I^olitieal moi'sels which annually 
stir Millsaps fraternities and snror- 
iiies into frenzied campaisiiing are: 
1. Student association: 2, women's 
association; 3, class office, elec- 
tions. Elective posts in which 
Major men and co-eds make their 
choices after duly consideri'is m?r- 
its and demerits of eligible indi- 
viduals are, 1, "Master Major," 2, 
"Miss Millsaps," 3, the five Boba- 
shela beauties. 

For years campus social fraterni- 
ties had been the only groups con- 
testing successfully for such posts. 
In the year 193.5 arose a group 
which realized long-starved non- 
fraternity aspirations: A. C. Max- 
ted's Barbai-ians. 

Election for ]!l:?5-:!fi association 
offices in the late spring of UiS-'i 
took lio account of gathering Bar- 
barian power, placed in office Pi 
KA's Raymond McCliiiton, presi- 
dent of the student association, 
TKN's H. 'V'. Allen, vice-president, 
ChiO's Mildred Rouff, secretary- 
treasurer. In the woman's associa- 
tion ChiO tallied another victory 
when Elizabeth Kirkpatrick copped 
the presidency. 

When fall class elections loomed 
on the horizon, dissension had sidit 
tlie Greek front, given unified non- 
Greeks the "balance of power." 
PiKA offered no senior class candi- 
date. Kappa Alpha, Kappa Sigma 
drew daggers, renewed traditional 
rivalry: Sigma Rho Chi and the 
Barbs joined forces, placed in of- 
fice SRC's Roy McDaniel (presi- 
dent) and Delta' Zeta's Hazel Smith, 
(secretary-treasurer). In under- 
grad elections, PiKA and Kappa 
Sigma divided most of the presideu 
cies and vice presidencies, but Kap- 
pa Delta blanked Chi Omega in 




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Phones 3"01-38r2 Jackson. IVli-.s. 




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Phone 6497 



Atwater Kent 
RADIO 

McKAY PLUMBING CO. 

124 N. LAMAR STREET 

Jackson. Miss. 



WHO'S 

Birthday 
Anniversary 
Is It Today'/ 

PIIOXE rs THE ADDRESS 

".S'(/i/ It With Fldircrs" 

CAPITAL FLORAL CO 

LIXDSEY CABAXISS. Mur. 



Cuinpliiiu iits of 

Southland 
COTTON OIL CO. 

JACKSON, MISS. 



competition for coveted secretary- 
tieasurer portfolios, cinching fresh- 
man and junior cliairs while the 
Barbs placed their candidate in 
the sophomore elections. 

The four classes placed four foot- 
ball heroes in number one posi- 
tions. 

Barbs and Sigma Rho Chi fat- 
tened on KA-KS wrangling, feasted 
in later selection of the Bobasbela's 
Master Jlajor. Signed ballots show- 
ed evidences of coincidental Barb- 
KS-SRC-CHIO similarity of thought, 
and lIcDaniel scored a victory over 
KA's Webb Buie. 

Kappa Delta was able to rejoice 
in a staggering victory over ChiO's 
demoralized machine, put in Oralee 
Graves as Miss Millsaps, and placed 
three of the five beauties to Chi 
Omega's two. 

HONORARIUM 




ETA SIGMA PHI While feast- 
soothed hearers paid polite atten- 
tion, a lady poet from All Saints 
at Vicksburg read her ode com- 
memorating Horace's two-thous- 
andth anniversary; Fre4 SuUens 
gave the low--down on the Roman 
bard ; presiding officers from Ole 
Miss intoned solemnly the ritual of 
initiation into Eta Sigma Phi. 

So was established in the fall of 
1935 Millsaps' chapter of Eta Sigma 
Phi, national classical fraternity, 
Ellis Finger, Jr., Prytanis. 

Behind the good meal at Mrs. 
Wear's and impressive ritualizing 
of visiting dignitaries lay months 
of hard work and years of dream- 
ing by Millsaps classic professors. 



To spry little Dr. A. P. Hamilton, 
mellow-voiced Miss Magnolia Simp- 
son, must go much credit. They 
(a med student interest, enlisted 
faculty support, got Eta Sigma Phi 
for Millsaps. 



OMICRON DELTA KAPPA At 
-Millsaps there is a student execu- 
tive board which controls student 
affairs sometimes by and some- 
times against a cumbersome, little 
read constitution. SEB presents 



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"For Evtrij Purpose" 

ESTABLISHED 1924 

CAPITAL PAINT & 
GLASS CO 

JACKSON, MISS. 



rilE BEST SHOP J.\ T<>\V.\ 

HART SCHAFFNER 

& MARX 

Clothes 

STEVEN'S 



ELECT no LUX 

Rofriyorators 

CHAMBERS 

Ranjucs 

R. C. A. Radios 

DAVIS PLUMBING CO. 

113-115 S. State St. 

For Sports 

Read 

Daily Clarion Ledger 

"Micsissippi's Fastest Growing 
Newspaper" 



Coni])limeiits 
['S, Inc. 



C()ni])liiiients 
H. T. NEWELL, Sr. 

ACME BREAD 

Is Served in Millsaps 
Dormitories 

ACME BAKERY 

230 N. Parish Street 

Jackson, Miss. 

L. \'. Bkhmkttk Mokax Bkuuktme 



.mil speaks for student interests to 
ilir iMcnlty when stnrlciU interests 
mill piesentinK. 

Hark or SIOH is Oniicroii Delta 
Kappa. sliiili'iU IcadiTsliip frater 
iiily with inl'injtely more power in 
laculty intercession because leading 
<ir( les respect I'i C'ii'cle'.s selfless 
dedication to student interests. 




OIIK met about once a month | 
durins 1935-36 in this member's 
home or that, joked and gossiped 
over consistently good meals, dis- 
cussed camiuis problems thereafter 
in rooms befogged with smoke from 
host-proffered cigarettes and cig- 
ars. Proposals agreed upon after 
earnest discussions in which I)rs. 
Key and White, Pi'ofessors San- 
ders and Wharton entered heated- 
ly, were usually put into action 
llirough the faculty or through 
SICB, where circle-wearing ui.'Ui 
bers got action. 

Accomplishments for tlie year 
which Pi Circle remembered with 
pride in .Tune, 193(5, were: 

Important ODK contributio's to 
the $3.5,000.00 Buie Memorial Gym- 
nasium. Warming to Pi Circle 
hearts was the fact that Brother 
Ezelle had been chief worker in 
the campaign wliich made the 
structure financially possible. 

Advocacy of a system designed 
to eliminate hogging of student of 
fices by a small group of students, 
to secure more efficient work from 
capable Majors by limiti-ig their 
fields ot endeavour. ODK placed 
the system before SEB in the 
.•spring of 1935. 

Support of a much-needed con- 
siitutional revision program. 

Representation to the faculty and 
board of trustees of the need for a 
men's lounge in Murrah Hall. 

Pi Circle initiates in 1935-36 were: 
Aubrey Maxted, head Barb; Har- 
ris Swayze, cheerleader; James 
Spotswood, editor Bobashela; Bill 
Parker. Alpha Eiisilon Delta mo- 
gul: Mendell Davis, fraternity of- 
ficer, KitKatter, IRCman. 



ALPHA EPSILOX DELTA doing 
busily to work in its first year on 
Millsaps campus, this national pre- 
medical fraternity: 



.MII.L.S.M'.S COLLlJ.i; 

/,( (ids I II h'.d iiriil mil 

.I.VC K.SOX 

.sri-:.\.M L.MNDin' 

l.iiii/s III I, II II ml ni mill 
Hi II Clin III ml 

I'lioiic 7:i() 

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('mil pi mil Ills ii( 

MORRIS PHARMACY 

Opposite Baptist Hospital 
PHONES 7376-7377 



Hederinan Brothers 
IMUXTKRS 

BLANK BOOK MAKERS 
STATIONERS 

LITHOGRAPHERS 

€500 Jackson, Miss, 6501 

WARD DRUG CO. 

Etheredge Cleaners 
109 N. STATE ST. 



Coinpl inn Ills of 



Everett Hardware Co. 



South State Street 



JACKSON, MISS. 



Directed Millsaps 
club activity. 



pre-medical 



International 
MOTOR TRUCKS 

McCormick-Deering 
Farm Machinery 

SALES AND SERVICE 

Jackson 

International 

Co., Inc. 



PHONE 3430 



229 S. LAMAR ST. 



R. E. Langley 

Florist 

82,S P()i)lar IMvd. 

IN MEMORY 1936 



Sponsored a program of mental 
and sex hygiene which won unan- 
imous approval from Jackson doc- 
tors. Millsaps faculty men. 

Toured Mississippi's tubercular 
.sanatarium: inspected its insane 
hospital. 

Assisted Mississippi College's 
pre-nieds begin a program model- 
ed after plans of the Millsaps club, 
sponsored a perhaps epoch-making 
exchange of visits between clubs 
of the two schools. 

CHEERS 

TOPS FOR SWAYZE 




When bigger and better cheers 
are made than the vocalizations of 
Head Cheerleader "Runt" Swayze 
during the 1935 football season, 
they will be very loud and stirring 
indeed. 

Inspired by the able precedent of 
'S4's Karow, Swayze brought forth 
a series of intricate outcries and 
contortions which undoubtedly sur- 
passed efforts of previous Major 
pep doctors. 

In the matter of parades up and 
down Capitol street before and 
after varsity clashes with import- 
ant rivals, grinning little Harris de- 
finitely set himself, carved himself 
a niche at the top of Millsaps cheer- 
leading history. In one parade, he 
had over ninety per cent of the 
student body marching the long 
route from Mill and Amite to the 
Old Capitol. 

And the clamor of rival caravans 
was as the squeak of the mouse to 
the roar of the lion once the ener- 
getic yell-master got his following 
in full outcry. 

Assistants to Swayze were 
"Blackie" Shaughnessy, Carson 
Robertson, and Evelyn Burge. 



THE 

R. H. GREEN 
Wholesale Co. 

Wholesale Grocers 



We carry a full line of Fancy and 

.Staple Groceries. Flour, Meal, Feed 

and ^^pecialize in Fresh FniiLs airl 

■\'egetable.s and Produce. 

\W make a Feature of Siijiiihinti 
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Good Cujors 

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Wliolesale Disti-ibutors 



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LORENZ OFFICE SUPPLY 
COMPANY, Inc. 

211 W. CAPITOL STREET 

Jackson, Mississippi 



.M1I.1>SA1'.S STIDKX'I'S STOP AT— 

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ill till' ('iipital ('ity tliry liappcii in llic 
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-o- 

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.1. I). lU'cilAXAN 
I'rcsuhnl (111(1 M(i)i(i(j(r 



STANDARD PHOTO CO. 




Photo Finishing Plant 


DH. II. F. MA GEE 


KODAKS — CINE KODAKS — SUPPLIES 


Pln/sicKii) (iiid Siirf/tiiii 


.lACKSOX, MISS. 


Lamar Life Building 


523 E. Capitol St. Phone 124 


.lackson, Mississippi 



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Cor, Capitol and State Streets 

PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS 

JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI 

Phones 1498-99 Quick Delivery 



Jackson Lumber Co. 

Wholesale and Retail 

SINCE 1896 



For Clean 
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Majestic 

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Century 

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EZELLE vs. SMITH 
"JEERS" 

PUBLICATIONS 

DOGGETT DENOUNCES 

A sood minister sometimes lashes 
his congregation. A good editor 
sometimes crusades. Editor-minis- 
ter Caxton Doggett will be long re- 
membered tor the biting blasts 
which he loosed in the editorial col 
umns of the 1935-36 Purple and 
White. 

With his pen : 

He scored SIAA-Southeastern 
football games. 

He lashed the bookstore. 

He attacked Mississippi's anti 
evolution law. 

He surpassed in an exchange of 
Insulting personalities Stewart of 
the Mississippi Collegian and Sul- 
lens of the .Jackson Daily News. 

He editorialized for college sex- 
education, won commendation from 
Jackson doctors. 

He got Galloway Hall its side- 
walk to North West street. 

SEB-supported he waded into the 
Millsaps athletic and business de- 
partments, got dormitory students 
better food and diningroom service. 

He abjured the sword. 

In tribute to the forcefulness of 
his broadsides, criticized students, 
athletes, and department heads 
howled for his dismissal, while 
cheers drowned their jeers. 

Elsewhere in the weekly: 

Grady Powers. Herman Crowder. 
and Roy Delamotte entertained 
readers with many a corking good 
feature, an anonymous individual 
reviewed reviewers. 

BABBLE AND BRUIT bruited of 
campus love affairs, babbled sneer- 
ingly of self-preening personalities. 
Frequently given the lie. B. & B. 
went his vitriolic way, knowing that 
most of the campus turned to BAB- 
BLE AND BRUIT when they pick- 
ed up a new copy of the Purple and 
White. 

JEAN JINGLES 
Leap Year 
It was feb. XXIxth 
He sed "Kno" 
She said "Pleuz" 
He sed "Kno" 
She said "Pl-uz" 
She bggd 
'n' bggd, 
but he wldnt. 
pla angrms 



FIELD'S 



136 E. CaTJitol Street 



Wn}fEX'S 



S>L\RT AFPAUKL 



Fraternity, College 

And 
CLASS JEWELERS 

Coiiimcncement Ainioitncciin nts 
IXVITATIOXS— 

DIPLOMAS 
Official Jeweler to 
-AIILLSAP8 COLLEGE 

L. G. BALFOUR CO. 

Manufacturing Jewelers and Stationer? 

Attleboro, Mass. 



These Firms 
HA V E 

Supported 

The 1936 
BOBASHELA 

Support 
THEM 



E lected ! 

DESIRING ONLY THE BEST SERVICE AND QUAL- 
ITY WORKMANSHIP, THE STAFF OF THE 1936 

Bobashela 

ELECTED US TO DESIGN AND ENGRAVE THEIR 

ANNUAL 






Years of College and School Publications 
experience have placed us in the field of 
better planned annuals. We offer a dis- 



tinctly different type of service, which is 

evidenced by our being elected year after 

year to repeat our quality work on the 

same book. 



College Annual Division 
ALABAMA ENGRAVING COMPANY 

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