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A YEAR BOOK 

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THE SENIOR CLASS 

MILLSAPS COLLEGE 

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JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI 



Copyright 



JEFF HE ST ER— Editor 9 FAG AX S V O T T— Business Manager 




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N WORD a J PICTURE 



Life at Millsaps as we have been able to record it. 
If, in any respect, the contents of this volume are 
indicative of the colorful, exciting, and inspiring 1 
atmosphere of our collegiate surroundings — if this 
book offers pleasure in the reading — if our manner 
of presentation serves to recall pleasant associa- 
tions, to bring back happy memories of under- 
graduate life, or to afford a retrospective glance of 
days gone by, then we feel that our efforts have not 
been in vain and are duly grateful. 



CONTENTS 

THE COLLEGE 

THE CLASSES 

THE ATHLETICS 

THE FEATURES 

THE GREEKS 
THE ORGANIZATIONS 

OUR PATRONS 



Just Waiting • Palsie-Walsies 
Grilling • Leaving class 
Chatting • Time out 



AND 





The co-ed marches 
on • Miss Millsaps • 
Miss Most Beautiful • 
Playing. 




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There comes to mind the realization of the 
great progress our college has made during past 
decades and the many factors that have contrib- 
uted toward this success. With the advent of co- 
education at the turn of the century, women stu- 
dents have played a great part in the growth of 
our institution. Honorary societies have been 
created to offer recognition for outstanding 
achievements on the part of co-eds; an extensive 
athletic program has been inaugurated for their 
benefit; and numerous activities have been modi- 
fied to encourage their participation. It is sig- 
nificant that one of the first points in the drive 
toward a greater Millsaps is the erection of a new 
dormitory for women. It is these factors and the 
influence that co-education has had in making a 
more outstanding Millsaps that motivates us to 
dedicate this volume to — the Millsaps co-ed. 




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Carnegie-Mill saps Lib ra ry 
Mill saps parades • The 
tomb of Major Millsaps 




L L E G E 




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Once upon a time a man had a 
dream of an institution where the 
youth of Mississippi could glean 
an insight into that by which men 
scale the heights — education. This 
institution was to offer to Missis- 
sippi students unexcelled oppor- 
tunities. That man was Major 
Millsaps, and his dream has come 
true. Millsaps College stands to- 
day a symbol of culture and pre- 
sents a program of learning un- 
hampered by political trends or 
other factors which tend to hamper 
freedom of thought. Millsaps is 
now a great center of learning — in 
the future it will be even greater. 




ADMINISTRATION 
BUILDING 

Classes • Dramatic and 
Glee Club Presentations 
• Recitals • Assemblies 



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M I L L S A P S 



SE P T E M B E R - - and the 
campus hums with a new 
spirit — the excitement of 
going to school again pervades 
the atmosphere. We see new 
laces mingled with old ones. 
There is gay and carefree 
laughter — textbooks are bar- 
gained for — campus romances 
are in the making. A slight 
tinge of autumn is in the air. 
Football season is speculated 
upon — fraternities are seeking 
pledges — academic pursuits are 
discussed — but not seriously — 
yet. 



"Br-r-r-ing". — sounds the 
gong. Crowds disperse — a hur- 
ried joke is told — notebooks are 
gathered up — a pencil is bor- 
rowed — a short greeting is 
made to an old friend seen for 
the first time this year — and 
then the nine-months trek to 
classes is begun. Another year 
of education is under way. 




Science Hall, classes 
are out • It's on to the 
next class or, maybe the 
Grill, or, perhaps for a 
stroll about the campus. 



CAMPUS 



This delegation seems to be 
headed toward the Grill — where 
the nickelodeon blares forth — 
where we get our mail — or read 
the morning paper. Here also 
that last minute studying for a 
test is done — we buy our best 
girl a drink — politics are dis- 
cussed — a game of pool is in- 
dulged in — -late-risers grab a 
cup of Java — and 
lighter side of coll 





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SULLIVAN- 
HARRELL HALL 

Chemistry • Geology 

Zoology • Physics 

But any 

BUIE MEMORIAL 
GYMNASIUM 

Basketball • The Grill 
Physical Education 



SCIENCE HALL NOTES 

Dr. Sullivan: (to student coming in late) 
"Ah, Good morning." 

Prof. Harrell: "Now let us pay attention to 
the roll call." 

Dr. Riecken: "By George, if you want to 
pass, you'll have to study." 

Prof. Price: "By jacks, you just don't ever 
meet lab anymore." 



AT THE GYM 

Coach Van: "Yeah, we're gonna have a good 
ball club this year." 

Coach Gaddy: "If Red wasn't so lazy, he 
might make a good ball-player." 

Duke: " 'Ja ever hear the one about the two 
little kids that had a nickel apiece ?" 

Bo: "Now, Y'all be out there tonight and 
holler." 



REMEMBER—? 

Hoping it doesn't rain today 
— staying up all night to study 
for an exam to be taken to- 
morrow — saying Prof, is cer- 
tainly a nice fellow — being 
broke most of the time — 
screaming your lungs out at 
the ball-game — how glad you 
were when tests were over — 
resolving to study next semes- 
ter — what a cute girl she was — 
sleeping through a class — that 
all-important letter arriving 
from home — waiting for the 
Purple and White to be issued 
— being told that the class- 
room isn't the place to read it 
— and deciding that Millsaps 
is a prettv swell place after 
all . . . ? 




Proving that freshmen 
do study • Going to 
classes • Co-eds. 



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IN THE DORMITORIES— 



A gab-fest in the next room 
— no heat today — hot-water all 
used up — tooth-paste all gone — 
feast on a box from home — 
can't find that book — that 
afternoon nap — borrowing 
money to go to the picture- 
show — a round of favorite 
jokes — alarm clocks going off 
at the same time — and every- 
body is just one big happy 
family. 



Founders Hall • 
• Galloway Hall 



IUNE— 'tis a beautiful day 
^ — the bright sunshine 
sheds its warmth on the 
campus and fills one with ex- 
uberance and a glad-to-be alive 
feeling. Nevertheless there is a 
sort of quiet melancholy sur- 
rounding all — a sort of intangi- 
ble something that is only felt 
when one is going away. It 
makes us forget some of the 
petty jealousies we have har- 
bored — the fits of anger that 
came over us when everything 
was not as we felt it should be. 
This same feeling dispenses 
memories of bad moments and 
disappointments. Everything 
that happened has been covered 
in our minds by a net of mel- 
low sentiment that embraces 
all recollections and softens 
them. Yes, we have come to 
the parting of the ways — and 
we regret it — so, it's . . . good- 
bye, Millsaps. 



Kids again • talking if 
over • chapel time 





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DAVID MARTIN KEY, President of Millsaps College 

A learned scholar, a liberal educator, and a true 
gentleman, David Martin Key has served Millsaps not 
in vain. During his tenure of office, and under his 
guidance, old traditions have been hallowed, and new 
ones have come into being. Instrumental in the growth 
and development of our Alma Mater, he has learned 
to love Millsaps as Millsaps has learned to love him. 
It is with the deepest feeling and profoundest respect 
that we pay tribute to him. Possessed of an unusual 
wit, congenial personality, liberal thoughts, and a 
warm heart, he takes his place among other notables 
whose first thought was to give and not to take, and 
in the fulfillment of his task has left a mark which 
lime will not erase but enlarge. 



€L FACULTY 

Dr. A. P. Hamilton ----- Dean of Freshmen, Latin, German 

Prof. B. O. Van Hook ----------- Mathematics 

Mrs. Mary Clark ------------- Librarian 

Mrs. Marguerite Goodman ----------- English 

Prof. A. G. Sanders --------- Romance Languages 

Dr. J. M. Sullivan ---------- Chemistry, Geology 

Prof. Ralph G. Jones ------ Journalism, Political Science 




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Prof. J. B. Price --------- Mathematics, Chemistry 

Mrs. Henry Cobb -------------- Spanish 

Prof. G. L. Harrell ------ Registrar, Physics, Astronomy 

Miss Virginia Thomas ------------ Religion 

Mrs. Armand Coulet ------------- Latin 

Dr. Henry M. Bullock ------------ Religion 

Prof. Paul Ramsey ---------- History, Sociology 




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Dr. William E. Riecken ------------ Biology 

V. B. Hathorn --------------- Bursar 

Dr. B. E. Mitchell -------- Dean of Men, Mathematics 

Prof. Ross H. Moore ------------- History 

Prof. R. R. Haynes ------------- Education 

Prof. J. Reese Lin ------------- Philosophy 

Dr. M. C. White -------------- English 




STUDENT EXECUTIVE 
BOARD 



This Board is composed of representatives from major phases of campus activities" 
Its primary purpose is to allot funds for student activities and compose legislation 
to govern and regulate student affairs. 

Billy Ford- - President of Student Body 

Edwin Edwards - - Vice Pres. of Student Body 

Lola Davis ------------ Sec'y. Treas. of Student Body 

G. C. Clark - - - - "M" Club 

Mildred Clegg ------------------ Y. W. C. A. 

Wiley Critz ------------------- Y. M. C. A. 

Sara Gordon ----------- Pan-Hellenic and Woman's Ass'n. 

Jeff Hester ---------- Bobashela 

Fielding Holloman ----- Head Cheerleader 

Stacy Kellum .-.--.-..---... Men's Pan-Hellenic 
Chester McKenzie -------------- Millsaps Singers 

John McRae Millsaps Band 

W. R. Murray ______ Ministerial League 

Victor Roby _____ Purple and White 

Fagan Scott ------- _______ Debate 




Ford, Edwards, Davis, Clark, Clegg, 

Critz, Gordon, Hester, Holloman, Kellum, 

McKenzie, McRae, Murray, Roby, Scott 



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Gordon, Chichester, Blount, Kinnaird, Watkinsj 



WO MAN'S ASSOCIATION 

An organization which includes all the women students, this association 
meets twice-monthly to hear programs of especial interest to co-eds. This 
year a new constitution was drawn up which materially strengthened the 
group and advanced further the ideals of this organization. 



OFFICERS 

Sara Gordon ---------------- President 

May Ellen Chichester ----------- Vice President 

Imogene Blount ------------ Program Chairman 

Jean Kinnaird ---------------- Secretary 

Bert Watkins ---------------- Treasurer 



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BOBASHELA 



EDITORIAL STAFF 

Jeff Hester ------------------ Editor 

Foster Collins -------------- Assistant Editor 

Billy Hoffpauir ------------- Assistant Editor 

Lucile Strahan -------------- Class Editor 

Berkley Muh ------------ Organizations Editor 

Glenn Phifer --------- Assistant Organizations Editor 

Hays Fleming ----------------- Sports 

Ina Bell Fitts ----------------- Greeks 

Sam Birdsong ---------------- Snapshots 

Jimmy Cavett ---------------- Snapshots 



Muh, Fitts, Birdsong, Cavett, Phifer, 

Strahan, Hoffpauir, Hester, Collins, 

Fleming 



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BUSINESS STAFF 

Fagan Scott -------------- Business Manager 

John Godbold ---------- Associate Business Manager 

William Bradshaw ----------- Advertising Manager 

Floy Thompson ------------ Circulation Manager 

Wilbourn Wasson --------------- Publicity 

Annie Lor Heidelberg '------------- Assistant 

Annie K. Dement --------------- Assistant 

Virginia Gaddy ---------------- Assistant 

Ernest Felts ---------------- Assistant 



Heidelberg, Wasson, Thompson, 
Bradshaw, Dement, Gaddy, Scott, 
Godbold 





Nowell, Roby, Davis, DeLamotte, 
Tucker, O'Connor 



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EDITORIAL STAFF 

Victor M. Roby --------_.____ Editor-in-Chief 

Tom Tucker Copy Edltor 

Bob Ledbetter ------......... Proof Reader 

Wilbourn Wasson - - - Exchange Editor and Bulletin Board Manager 
NEWS— Donald O'Connor, Editor; Erlon Nowell, Foster Collins, 
Jean Kinnaird, James Conner, Ess White, Ellis Parker,' 
Jim Livesay, Roy Clark, Nat Rogers, Evelyn Brooks, John 
Rundle, Dorothy Reeves, Albert Pippen. 
FEATURES— Roy DeLamotte, Editor; Fred Bush, Carson Hilton, 
Carl Miller, Thomas Robertson, Catherine Davis, 
David Hill, John Godbold, Marguerite Darden. 
SPORTS— Jamie Ewing, Joe Brooks. 



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BUSINESS STAFF 

James C. Dunn ------------- Business Manager 

Hugh B. Landrum -------- Assistant Business Manager 

Lewis Thames ---------------- Assistant 

Ina Bell Fitts ---------------- Assistant 

Ed Brent ------------------ Assistant 

Jack Bain ----------------- Circulation 

Bill Estes ----------------- Circulation 



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SHOTS 



Faculty on parade. "A Servant in 
the House. "" Down with the Chocs. ' ' 
The last locks. IIo-Huni. "So that's 
the way it is." A tense moment. Go 
get 'em. "Have you heard?" Regis- 
tration day. "We must face the 
situation." Just standing' around. 
Jovial Tom. Coach tells 'em. KD 
float. Well, Carolyn? Sponsoring 
around. Hold 'em, .Majors. Eugene 
is curious. 




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Kappa Sigs. Sponsors. Sarah and 
Blackie. It looks like Glenn. KA 
float. NYAing. Majors toot 'em up. 
Intelligence Tests. Lueile tells one. 
Between classes. To classes. After 
the accident. All over. "On, boys, 
on". A good view. Just pals. Making 
up. ' ' Is that the way you worked it ? ' 7 
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Since the dawn of educational 
institutions, students have been 
divided into sections for classifi- 
cation purposes. Passing from one 
class to another is passing from 
one educational milestone to the 
next until the completion of the 
journey. A freshman enters col- 
lege with eyes cast toward the 
future. For four years he studies, 
and grows in body, mind, and 
character. As a senior, he leaves 
behind the integrated community 
where he has worked and played— 
a finished product with a determi- 
nation to carve his niche in the 
wall of life with the tools with 
which he has been practicing. 



SENIOR 




G. C. Clark, Jr., B. S. 

President of Senior Class 

Waynesboro, Miss. 

SIGMA RHO CHI 

Omicron Delta Kappa; Baseball 1; Track 1, 4; 
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Capt. 
Football 4; Most valuable football plaver 
award 4; "M" Club 2, 3, 4; Pres. "M" Club 4; 
Science Club 3; Ramblers Club 4; Student 
Assistant 2, 3, 4; Student Executive Board 4. 

William Stacy Kellum, B. S. 

Vice Pres. of Senior Class 

Shaw, Miss. 

KAPPA SIGMA 

Omicron Delta Kappa; Y. M. C. A. Cabinet 

3, 4; Pan-Hellenic 3, 4; Pres. Pan-Hellenic 4; 

I. R. C. 3, 4; Student Ex. Bd. 4. 

Nell Louise Permenter, B. A. 
Sec'y. -Treas. Senior Class 
Jackson, Miss. 
KAPPA DELTA 

Most beautiful Co-ed 4; Millsaps Players 1, 2, 4; 

Classical Club 1, 2, 3; Feature Section Bobashela 

3; Sec'y.-Treas. Class 3; Pan-Hellenic 2, 3; 

Sec'y. Woman's Ass'n. 2. 

Aubrey Adams, B. S. 
Longview, IVash. 

PI KAPPA ALPHA 

Copiah-Lincoln Jr. College 1, 2; Football 3; 

Pre-Med. Club 3, 4; Science Club 3, 4; Student 

Assistant 4; Alpha Epsilon Delta 4. 

Mounger Favre Adams, B. A. 
Lumberton, Miss. 
KAPPA alpha 
Classical Club 1, 2; Eta Sigma Phi 3, 4; Pres. 
Eta Sigma Phi 4; Millsaps Singers 2, 3, 4; 
Millsaps Players 2, 3, 4; Beethoven Club 3; 
Student Assistant 3, 4; Ramblers Club 4. 

Gene Bingham, B. S. 

Sltreveport, La. 
SIGMA RHO CHI 

Football 1; Track 1; Science Club 1, 2 

Imogene Blount 
Bassfield, Aliss. 

KAPPA DELTA 

Sigma Lambda; Whitworth College 1, 2; 
Y. W. C. A. 3, 4; Y. W. C. A. Cabinet 4; Blue 
Ridge Delegate 3; Blue Ridge Scholarship 4; 
Millsaps Singers 3, 4; Alpha Psi Omega 3, 4; 
Sec'y. of Woman's Association 4. 

Ottomese Cassels 

Glostcr, Miss. 

Millsaps Barbarians 

Millsaps Singers 1, 2, 3, 4; Y. W. C A. 1, 2, 3, 4; 

Classical Club 1, 2, 3; Basketball 2, 3: Majorette 

Club 3. 



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Sella Cassels, B. A. 
Closler, Miss. 

millsaps barbarians 
Y. W. C. A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Classical Club 1, 2, 3 
Sec'y. Classical Club 3; Millsaps Singers 1, 2, 3, 4 
Majorette Club 3, 4; Vice Pres. Majorettes 4 

Student Assistant 4. 

Neal Wade Cirlot, B. S. 
Moss Point, Miss. 

SIGMA RHO CHI 

Y. M. C. A. 1; Basketball 1, 2; Baseball 1, 2; 
Track 1, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Millsaps Players 

2, 3; Millsaps Singers 1, 2, 3; P & W Staff 3; 
Intramural Director 3; Pan-Hellenic 4; "M" 

Club 4; Publicity Officer "M" Club 4. 

Leonard Ellis Clark, B. S. 

Jackson, Miss. 

theta kappa nu 

Hinds County Junior College 1; Spanish Club 4. 

Mildred Clegg, B. A. 
Brookhaven, Miss. 

BETA SIGMA OMICRON 

Whitworth College 1, 2; Sigma Lambda 4; 
Treasurer Y. W. C. A. 3; Pres. Y. W. C. A. 4; 
Editor Co-ed Edition Purple & White 3; Winner 
Women's Oratorical Contest 3; Chi Delta 4; 
Eta Sigma Phi 4; Alpha Psi Omega 4; Le Cercle 
Francais 4; Christian Council 4; Student Execu- 
tive Board 4; "Who's Who in American Colleges 
and Universities" 4. 

Foster Collins, B. S. 
Yazoo City, Miss. 

KAPPA ALPHA 

Omicron Delta Kappa; Student Assistant 2, 3; 

S. I. M. A. Contestant 2; Purple and White 

Staff 2, 3; I. R. C. 3; Bobashela Staff 3; Dean's 

List 3. 

Virginia Collins, B. A. 

Jackson, Miss. 

BETA SIGMA OMICRON 

Louisiana College 1, 2, 3; Y. W. C. A. 4; Eta 
Sigma Phi 4. 

Marguerite Coltharp, B. A. 
New Albany, Miss. 

KAPPA DELTA 

Grenada College 1, 2; Y. W. C. A. 3, 4; Football 

Sponsor 4; Beethoven Club 3, 4; Millsaps Singers 

3, 4. 

William Marcus Commander, B. S. 
Philadelphia, Miss. 
East Central Junior College 1, 2; Y. M. C. A. 

3, 4; Science Club 3, 4; Pre-Med. Club 3, 4; 
Alpha Epsilon Delta 3, 4; Dean's List 3, 4; 
Pres. Rambler's Club 4; D. A. R. Scholarship 4. 




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SENIOR 




James Conner, B. A. 
Hattiesburg, Miss. 

MILLSAPS BARBARIANS 

Y. M. C. A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Y. M. C. A. Cabinet 4; 

Beethoven Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Jackson Intercollegiate 

Council 2, 3, 4; I. R. C. 4; Purple and White 4; 

Kit Kat 4; Millsaps Singers 4. 

Catherine Davis, B. S. 
Brookhaven, Miss. 

CHI OMEGA 

Sigma Lambda; Hinds County Junior College 
1, 2; Y. W. C. A. 3, 4; Millsaps Singers 3, 4; 
Purple and White 4; Editor Co-Ed Edition 4. 

Lola Davis, B. S. 

Jackson, Miss. 

kappa delta 

Sigma Lambda; Pi Kappa Delta 1, 2, 3, 4; 

Vice Pres. Pi Kappa Delta 3, 4; Chi Delta 

1, 2, 3, 4; Pres. Chi Delta 2, 3; Millsaps Singers 

1, 2, 3, 4; Purple and White 1; See'y. Major 
Club 2; Treas. Y. W. C. A. 2; Student Assistant 
2; Vice Pres. .Sigma Lambda 3; Pres. Sigma 
Lambda 4; Treas. Woman's Pan-Hellenic 3; 
Sec'y. Woman's Pan-Hellenic 4; La Tertulia 3; 
Sec'v. -Treas. Student Bodv 4; Student Exec. 
Bd. 4; Rambler's Club 4; "Who's Who in Ameri- 
can Universities and Colleges" 4. 

Annie Katherine Dement, B. A. 

Jackson, Miss. 

kappa delta 

Randolph-Macon 1, 2; Le Cercle Francais 4; 

Eta Sigma Phi 4; Bobashela Staff 4. 

George Thomas Dorris, B. S. 
Jackson, Miss. 

SIGMA RHO CHI 

Baseball 1; Track 1; Science Club 2, 3, 4; Ramb- 
ler's Club 3; Bobashela Staff 3. 

James Cammack Dunn, B. S. 

Greenville, Miss. 

pi kappa alpha 

Omicron Delta Kappa; Band 1, 2; Tennis 1, 3; 

Purple and White 1, 2, 3, 4; Business Manager 

Purple and White 3, 4; Blue Ridge Scholarship 

2, 3; Kit Kat 2, 3, 4; Pan-Hellenic 3; I. R. C. 3, 4. 

Ralph Jerry Elfekt, Jr., B. S. 
Seminary, Miss. 

SIGMA RHO CHI 

Jones County Jr. College 1, 2; Spanish Club 4; 
Football 3, 4; Y. M. C. A. Cabinet 3, 4; Science 
Club 3, 4; Dean's List 3, 4; Student Assistant 
4; Baseball 3; "M" Club 4. 

Samuel Aubrey Ellis, B. S. 
Lauderdale, Miss. 

THETA KAPPA NU 

Basketball 1; Basketball Manager 2; Baseball 

1, 2, 3, 4; Millsaps Singers 1, 3, 4; "M" Club 

2, 3, 4; Sec'y. "M" Club 4; Science Club 3; 

Vice Pres. Rambler's Club 4. 



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Mildred Enochs, B. A. 
Jackson, Miss. 

CHI OMEGA 

Belhaven College 1; Millsaps Singers 1; Classical 

Club 2, 3; Y. W. C. A. 2, 4; Le Cercle Fran- 

cais 3, 4. 

William R. Ford, B. A. 
Taylor sville, Miss. 

KAPPA ALPHA 

Omicron Delta Kappa; Buie Declamation Medal 
2; Varsity Debater 2, 3, 4; Pi Kappa Delta 

2, 3, 4; Pres. Pi Kappa Delta 3, 4; Winner Miss. 
Oratorical Contest 3, 4; Carter Oratorical Medal 

3, 4; Bobashela Staff 3; Vice Pres. Class 3; 
Eta Sigma Phi 3, 4; I. R. C. 3, 4; Vice Pres. 

1. R. C. 4; Y. M. C. A. Cabinet 3, 4; Pres. 
Student Body 4; Student Executive Board 4; 
Master Major 4; Christian Council 4; Student 
Assistant 3, 4; Dean's List 4; Who's Who in 
American Universities and Colleges 4. 

Lucien R. Freeman, B. A. 

Kansas City, Missouri 

MILLSAPS BARBARIANS 

Junior College of K. C. 1; Ministerial League 
2, 3, 4. 

Maud Lyle Golden, B. A. 
Laurel, Miss. 

CHI OMEGA 

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

Alex Gordon, Jr., B. S. 
Jackson, Miss. 

KAPPA ALPHA 

Millsaps Players 3, 4; Vice Pres. Science Club 3; 
Assistant Boxing Manager 4. 

Sara Gordon, B. S. 

Vaiden, Miss. 

Beta Sigma Omicron 

Sigma Lambda; Vice Pres. Sigma Lambda 4; 

Grenada College 1, 2; Millsaps Singers 3, 4; 

Y. W. C A. 3, 4; Y. W. C. A. Cabinet 4; Feature 

Section Bobashela 3, 4; Blue Ridge Delegate 

3; Pres. Woman's Ass'n. 4; Pres. Woman's 

Pan-Hellenic 4; Vice Pres. Classical Club 4; 

Vice Pres. Christian Council 4; Student Ex. 

Bd. 4; Dean's List 4; "Who's Who in American 

Universities and Colleges" 4. 

Francis Hamilton, B. A. 

Jackson, Miss. 

pi kappa alpha 

Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4. 

William Giles Hardin, B. S. 

Jackson, Miss. 

pi kappa alpha 

Millsaps Players 1; Boxing 2, 3, 4; Capt. Boxing 

2, 3, 4; Pre-Med. Club 3, 4; Science Club 4. 




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SENIOR 




Wirt Turner Harvey, B. S. 
Water Valley, Aliss. 

PI KAPPA ALPHA 

Beethoven Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Pres. Beethoven 
Club 2, 3, 4; Y. M. C. A.; Dean's List 3, 4. 

Charles Hegwood, B. S. 
Pineville, Miss. 

SIGMA RHO CHI 

Jones Count v Jr. College 1, 2; Football 3, 4; 
Basketball 3, 4; Capt. Basketball 4; Baseball 4; 
"M" Club 3, 4; Ramblers' Club 4; Track 4. 

Annie Lou Heidelberg, B. S. 

Jackson, Miss. 

chi omega 

Y. W. C. A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Millsaps Singers 1; Science 

Club 3; Majorette Club 3, 4; Vice Pres. Majorette 

Club 3. 



Jefferson Moore Hester, B. S. 
Laurel, Miss. 
KAPPA SIGMA 

Y. M. C. A. 1, 2, 3; Y. M. C. A. Cabinet 2, 3 

Millsaps Singers 3; Bobashela Staff 2, 3, 4 

Editor Bobashela 4; Student Executive Bd. 4 

Le Cercle Francais 4. 



John Harold Hetrick, B. S. 
Jackson, Miss. 

Syble Hinson, B. S. 
Lumberlon, Miss. 

BETA SIGMA OMICRON 

Pearl River Jr. College 1, 2; Y. W. C. A. 3, 4; 
Major Club 3; Ramblers' Club 4; Dean's List 4. 

William Ivy Hoffpauir, B. S. 

Jackson, Miss. 

theta kappa nu 

Millsaps Singers 1, 2, 3, 4; Millsaps Players 

1, 2, 3, 4; Alpha Psi Omega 2, 3, 4; Tennis 1, 3, 4; 

Purple and White 1, 3; SI MA Contestant 2, 3, 4; 

Eta Sigma 3, 4; Student Assistant 4; Bobashela 

Staff 4. 



Marjorie Hogue, B. S. 

Natchez, Miss. 

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M. S. C. W. 1, 2. 



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CLASS 



Mary Louise Holloman, B. S. 
Jackson, Miss. 
KAPPA DELTA 

Delta State Teachers College 1, 2; Y. W. C. A. 

2, 3, 4; Millsaps Singers 2, 3, 4; Major Club 3. 

James Kelly, B. A. 
Raleigh, Miss. 

MILLSAPS BARBARIANS 

Clarke College 1; Ministerial League 2, 3, 4; 
Y. M. C. A. 2, 3, 4; Y. M. C. A. Cabinet 4; 
Jackson Interracial Council 2, 3, 4; Pres. Inter- 
racial Council 4; Le Cercle Francais 3, 4; Eta 
Sigma Phi 3, 4; Christian Council 3, 4; Pres. 
Christian Council 4. 

William Gillon Kimbrell, B. A. 

Jackson, Miss. 

PI KAPPA ALPHA 

Omicron Delta Kappa; Millsaps Singers 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Business Manager Singers 3; Tennis 1, 2, 3; 
Millsaps Players 1, 2, 3, 4; Alpha Psi Omega 
1, 2, 3, 4; Eta Sigma Phi 2, 3, 4; Eta Sigma 3, 4; 
Y. M. C. A.; Pres. Alpha Psi Omega 4; Travelli 
Scholarship 3, 4. 

Jean Kinnaird, B. A. 

Jackson, Miss. 
Sigma Lambda; Historian Sigma Lambda 4 
Classical Club 1; Purple and White 2, 3, 4 
Y. W. C. A. 3, 4; Y. W. C. A. Cabinet 4; Chi 
Delta 3, 4; Sec'y. -Treas. Chi Delta 3; Pres. 
Chi Delta 4; Sec'y. Woman's Ass'n. 3; Program 
Chairman Woman's Ass'n. 4; Majorette Club 

3, 4; Blue Ridge Delegate 3; Le Cercle Francais 4. 

Mary Sue Lamb, B. S. 
Laurel, Miss. 

BETA SIGMA OMICRON 

Whit worth College 1, 2; French Club 3; 
Y. W. C. A. 3, 4; Y. W. C. A. Cabinet 4. 

William Moore Lauderdale, B. S. 
Jackson, Miss. 

KAPPA ALPHA 

Omicron Delta Kappa; Pres. Omicron Delta 
Kappa 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Staff Sergeant 3; 
Technical Sergeant 4; Band Publicity Officer 
3; Purple and White 1, 2; Clark Essay Medal 
2; Kit Kat 2, 3, 4; Student Assistant 3, 4; Pan- 
Hellenic 4; Sec'y. Pan-Hellenic 4; "Who's Who 
in American Universities and Colleges" 4. 

Rubye Litton, B. A. 
Shaw, Miss. 

KAPPA DELTA 

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

Club 3; Beethoven Club 3, 4; Vice Pres. 

Beethoven Club 3, 4. 

Clifford Macgowan, Jr. 
Jackson, Miss. 

KAPPA ALPHA 

Science Club 2, 3; Ramblers' Club 4. 




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Ruth Martin, B. S. 
Midnight, Miss. 

KAPPA DELTA 

M. S. C. W. 1, 2; Y. W. C. A. 3, 4. 

Robert Minor Matheny, B. A. 
Waynesboro, Miss. 

SIGMA RHO CHI 

Ministerial League 1, 2, 3, 4; Millsaps Singers 
1; Y. M. C. A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Y. M. C. A. Cabinet 
3, 4; Track 1; Basketball 1, 2; Basketball Man- 
ager 3; Football Manager 3, 4; "M" Club 3, 
4; Classical Club 2; I. R. C. 3, 4. 

Effie Eugenia Mauldin, B. A. 

Baldwyn, Miss. 

Grenada College, 1, 2; Classical Club 3; Millsaps 

Singers 3, 4; Y. W. C. A. 3, 4. 

Alton McAlilly, B. S. 
Louisville, Miss. 

SIGMA RHO CHI 

Sunflower Junior College 1, 2; Football 3, 4; 
"M" Club 3, 4. 



Chester McKenzie, B. S. 
Memphis, Term. 
theta kappa nu 
W. T. S. T. C. 1, 2; Band 2, 3; Millsaps Singers 

2, 3, 4; Librarian 2, 3; Pres. Singers 4; Millsaps 
Plavers 3, 4; Alpha Psi Omega 3, 4; Voice 
Scholarship 2, 3, 4; Science Club 3, 4; Y. M. C. A. 

Cabinet 3, 4. 

John M. McRae, B. S. 

Jackson, Miss. 

kappa alpha 

Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Drum- Major 2, 3, 4; Vice Pres. 

and Business Mgr. -Elect 2; Staff Sergeant 4; 

Assistant Director Band 3, 4; Pres. Band 3, 4; 

Science Club 1; Y. M. C. A. 1, 2; Student Exec. 

Bd. 3, 4. 

Conan Himber Millstein, B. S. 
Jackson, Miss. 
Pre-Med. Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4. 

Josephine Berkley Muh, B. S. 
Jackson, Miss. 

CHI OMEGA 

Miss Millsaps; Sigma Lambda; Millsaps Singers 
1, 2, 3, 4; Vice Pres. Singers 3; Purple and White 
1, 2; Treas. Beethoven Club 2; Y. W. C. A. 
1, 2, 3; Sec'y- Y. W. C. A. 2, 3; Pan-Hellenic 

3, 4; Pres. Pan- Hellenic 3; Chi Delta 2, 3, 4; 
Vice Pres. Chi Delta 4; I. R. C. 3, 4; Student 

Assistant 4; Bobashela Staff 4. 



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Lee Roy Murphree, B. S. 
Okolona, Miss. 

THETA KAPPA NU 

Commonwealth Scholarship 3; Pre- Med. Club 
1, 2, 3; Pres. Pre- Med. Club 2, 3; Science Club 
1, 2, 3; Pres. Science Club 3; Alpha Epsilon 
Delta 2, 3; Vice Pres. Alpha Epsilon Delta 3; 
Student Assistant 2, 3; Pan-Hellenic 3; Dean's 
List 3. 

William Richard Murray, B. A. 
Harrisville, Miss. 

MILLSAPS BARBARIANS 

Ministerial League 2, 3, 4; Pres. Ministerial 
League 4; French Club 3, 4; Y. M. C. A. Student 
Executive Board 4. 

Carl Ray Newsom, B. S. 
Madison, Miss. 
Band 1, 2, 3; Y. M. C. A. 1, 2, 3; Science Club 
1, 2, 3; Pre-Med. Club 1, 2, 3; Alpha Epsilon 
Delta 2, 3; Dean's List 2, 3; Ramblers' Club 
3; Le Cercle Francais 3; Student Assistant 3. 

Milton Peden, B. S. 
Schlater, A'liss. 

MILLSAPS BARBARIANS 

Sunflower Jr. College 1,2; Ministerial League 3, 4. 

John Rimmer, B. S. 
Camden, Miss. 

SIGMA RHO CHI 

Band 1, 2, 3; Track 1; Science Club; Pre-Med. 

Club, Pan-Hellenic 3, 4; Y. M. C. A; Alpha 

Epsilon Delta 3, 4; Pres. Alpha Epsilon Delta 

4; Student Assistant 4. 

Victor Mills Roby, B. S. 
Jackson, Miss. 

PI KAPPA ALPHA 

Omicron Delta Kappa; Vice Pres. Omicron 
Delta Kappa 4; Debate 1; Band 1; Purple and 
White 1, 2, 3, 4; Freshman Editor Purple and 
White 1; Editor Purple and White 3, 4; Millsaps 
Singers 1, 2, 3, 4; Y. M. C. A; Millsaps Players 
1, 3; College Publicity 2; Classical Club 2; 
I. R. C. 3; Kit Kat 3, 4; Student Exec. Bd. 3, 4. 

Lee Rogers, Jr. 

New Albany, Miss. 

KAPPA ALPHA 

Freshman Y. M. C. A. Cabinet; Millsaps Singers 
1; Purple and White 1; Ramblers' Club 2; 
Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Pre-Med. Club 2, 3, 4. 

Ava Sanders, B. S. 
Glen Allen, Miss. 

CHI OMEGA 

Delta State Teachers College 1, 2; Alpha Psi 
Omega 3, 4; Pre-Med. Club 3, 4; Alpha Epsilon 
Delta 3, 4; Feature Section Bobashela 3, 4. 



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Fagan Scott, B. A. 
Jackson, Miss. 

PI KAPPA ALPHA 

Omicron Delta Kappa; Varsity Debater 2, 3; 
Eta Sigma Phi 2, 3, 4; Associate Editor "Nuntius" 
3; Spanish Club 3; Millsaps Singers 3, 4; Bus. 
Mgr. Singers 4; Pi Kappa Delta 3, 4; I. R. C. 
3, 4; Pres. I. R. C. 4; Student Exec. Bd. 4; 
Y. M. C. A. Cabinet 4; Student Assistant 4; 
Bus. Mgr. Bobashela 4; "Who's Who among 
Students in American Universities and Col- 
leges" 4. 

Eugene Baylis Shanks, B. A. 

Sum rail, Miss. 

Football 1; Galloway Lit. Society 1, 2; Classical 

Club 1, 2; Tennis 1, 2, 3; Science Club 2; Student 

Assistant 2; Debate Club 4; Pre-Law Club 4; 

Eta Sigma 4; Pi Kappa Delta 4. 

Laura Mae Shrader, B. S. 
Hazelhurst, Miss. 

MILLSAPS BARBARIANS 

Copiah-Lincoln Jr. College 1, 2; Y. W. C. A. 
3, 4; Ramblers' Club 4; Student Assistant 4. 

Lavelle Sims, B. S. 

Jackson, Miss. 

SIGMA RHO CHI 

Basketball 1, 2, 3; Manager Basketball 4; 
S. I. M. A. Contestant 2, 3, 4; "M" Club 4; 
Eta Sigma 3, 4; Dean's List 3, 4; Student As- 
sistant 3, 4. 

J. I). Smith, B. S. 
Madison, Miss. 

SIGMA RHO CHI 

Y. M. C. A; Pres. Spanish Club 4; Science Club; 
Freshman Football; Bourgeois Medal 3; Graduate 
Assistantship Georgia School of Technology. 

A. C. Spinks, B. S. 
Decatur, Miss. 

THETA KAPPA NU 

Decatur Junior College 1, 2; Kit Kat. 

Lucile Strahax, B. S. 
Jackson, Miss. 

KAPPA DELTA 

Millsaps Singers 1, 2, 3, 4; Y. W. C. A. 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Millsaps Players 1, 2, 3, 4; Alpha Psi Omega 
2, 3, 4; Sec'y. Treas. Alpha Psi Omega 2, 3, 4; 
Classical Club 2, 3; Purple and White 3; Vice 
Pres. Woman's Association 3 ; Bobashela Staff 4. 

Elizabeth Suttle, B. S. 

Edwards, Miss. 

kappa delta 

Hinds County Jr. College 1, 2; Dean's List 3, 4; 

Student Assistant 4. 



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Floy Denton Thompson, B. S. 

Jackson, Miss. 

CHI omega 

Y. W. C. A. 1, 2; Millsaps Players 1, 2, 3; Alpha 

Psi Omega 2; Science Club 3; Pre-Law Club 4; 

Bobashela Staff 4; Le Cercle Francais 4; Feature 

Section Bobashela 4. 



Carroll Varner, Jr. B. A. 

Jackson, Miss. 

SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON 

Southwestern 1, 2; Northwestern 3. 

Rodney Walker, B. S. 

Lauderdale, Miss. 

theta kappa nu 

Y. M. C. A. 1; Basketball 1, 2; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; 

Boxing 3; "M" Club 2, 3, 4; Vice Pres. "M" 

Club 4; Dean's List 3, 4; Alternate Capt. Football 

4; Student Assistant 4. 

Hubert Gill Wallace, B. S. 

Shelby, Miss. 

millsaps barbarians 

Sunflower Junior College 1, 2; Ministerial League. 

Marjorie Agnes Walters, B. S. 
Jackson, Miss. 
Purple and White 1; Chi Delta 1, 2, 3, 4; Vice 
Pres. Chi Delta 3; Sec'y--Treas. Chi Delta 4; 
Majorette Club 3, 4; See'y.-Treas. Majorette 
Club 4; Spanish Club 3; Intramural Class 
Manager 3, 4. 

Wilbourn Wasson, B. S. 

Columbus, Miss. 

pi kappa alpha 

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

Purple and White 2, 3, 4; Millsaps Singers 3 

Spanish Club 3, 4; Kit Kat 4; Bobashela Staff 4 

Y. M. C. A. Cabinet 3, 4. 

James Williams, B. S. 
Brandon, Miss. 
SIGMA rho chi 
Pearl River Junior College 1, 2. 

Thomas Marvin Williams, B. S. 

Lexington, Miss. 

Holmes Jr. College 1, 2; Debate Club 3, 4; 

Varsity Debater 4; Pi Kappa Delta 4; Band 

3, 4; Pres. Pre-Law Club 4. 




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JUNIOR 

T. M. Hardy... Natchez 

President of Junior Class 
Kappa Sigma 

Joe Ainsworth... .. Raymond 

Vice-President of Junior Class 
Kappa Alpha 

Jane Hyde West ...Shaw 

Sec'y.-Treas. of Junior Class 
Kappa Delta 

Bill Ainsworth... Bay Springs 

Pi Kappa Alpha 

Hampton Ballard Shaw 

Wirt Adams Beard Jackson 

Kappa Alpha 

Bill Bizzell Pace 

Pi Kappa Alpha 

David Blough Okolona 

Evelyn Brooks Carthage 

Beta Sigma Omicron 

Sara Buie Jackson 

Phi Mh 

Fred Bush Brookhaven 

Pi Kappa Alpha 

Roma Fern Champenois Hattiesburg 

Kappa Delta 

Myrtle Chatham..... Rose Hill 

Beta Sigma Omicron 

May Ellen Chichester Jackson 

Chi Omega 

Margaret Conn Monticello 

Kappa Delta 

Charity Crisler Jackson 

Phi Mu 



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Wiley Critz Clarksdale 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon 

Grace Cunningham Corinth 

Chi Omega 

Roy DeLamotte Moss Point 

Theta Kappa Nu 

Clara Frances Dent.. Jackson 

Phi Mu 

Bl anton Doggett Kossuth 

Pi Kappa Alpha 

Edwin Edwards Gulf port 

Kappa Sigma 

Ben Evans Water Valley 

Kappa Alpha 

Jamie Ewing Vaughan 

Kappa Sigma 

Ernest Felts Batesville 

Kappa Sigma 

Hays Fleming Minter City 

Kappa Sigma 

John Goddold Jackson 

Pi Kappa Alpha 

Ollie May Gray... Burnsville 

James Hamilton Tutwiler 

Kappa Sigma 

Earl Harper... Brandon 

Charles Hicks.. Minter City 

Fielding Holloman Jackson 

Kappa Sigma 



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JUNIOR 

Marjorie Hull Lawrence 

Beta Sigma Omicron 

Robert Ivy Jackson 

Kappa Alpha 

Hugh Landrum Jackson 

Pi Kappa Alpha 

Bernard Luke Jackson 

Theta Kappa Nu 

W. T. Man-gum - Jackson 

Rub ye Martin.. Midnight 

Kappa Delta 

Albert May Jackson 

Pi Kappa Alpha 

Torrance Maxey ...Noxapater 

Dot McGee Collins 

Beta Sigma Omicron 

M. L. McKinnon Lauderdale 

Kappa Sigma 

Corinne Mitchell ...Plantersville 

Kappa Delta 

Pearl Nobles Jackson 

Chi Omega 

Donald O'Connor Vicksburg 

Mills aps Barbarians 

Bill Palmer Brookhaven 

Pi Kappa Alpha 

Ellis Parker Laurel 

Virginia Pettit.. Jackson 

Kappa Delta 

Cecil Pitard Jackson 

Kappa Sigma 

BOB 



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Mary Eleanor Shaughnessy Jackson 

Kappa Delta 

Paul Sheffield Jackson 

Pi Kappa Alpha 

Joe Simpson Ackerman 

Sigma Rho Chi 

Grant Stewart New Hebron 

Sigma Rho Chi 

Mary Lou Strait Gloster 

Lillian Douglas Swayze.. Yazoo City 

Kappa Delta 

Ben Sykes Jackson 

Kappa Sigma 

Katheryne Terrell.. Prentiss 

Kappa Delta 

Lewis Thames Sanatorium 

Kappa Sigtna 

John Thompson..... ...Bassfield 

Cecil Triplett Mashulaville 

Sigma Rho Chi 

Tom Tucker Kosciusko 

Pi Kappa Alpha 

Jeannette Van Zandt Jackson 

Chi Omega 

Sue Frances Watkins. Grenada 

Elizabeth Wilson .....Pelahatchie 

Kappa Delta 

Charles Wright Jackson 

Pi Kappa Alpha 

Ruth Wroten ..Corinth 

Phi Mu 



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John Batte. Jackson 

President of Sophomore Class 
Kappa Alpha 

James Wilson Natchez 

Vice-President of Sophomore Class 
Kappa Sigma 

Martha Dees.. Jackson 

Sec'y.-Treas. of Sophomore Class 
Kappa Delta 

Jack Bain... Jackson 

Theta Kappa Nu 

James Booth.. Jackson 

Pi Kappa Alpha 

Willard Bourne Monticello 

William Bradshaw Bentonia 

Edwin Brent Crystal Springs 

Pi Kappa Alpha' 

Nash Broyles Columbus 

Pi Kappa Alpha 

Cooper Bryant Jackson 

Kappa Sigma 

Carolyn Buck Jackson 

Phi Mu 

Vera Burkhead Jackson 

Chi Omega 

Vernon Burkhead ...Jackson 

Kappa Sigma 

Roy Byars... Cascilla 

Kappa Alpha 

Charles Clark Jackson 

Theta Kappa Nn 

Martha Conner.... Hattiesburg 

Beta Sigma Omicron 

Marguerite Darden. Jackson 

Phi Mu 

Joel Denton Jackson 

Pi Kappa Alpha 

Tom Dickerson.. Sumrall 

Kappa Sigma 



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Elizabeth Durley Drew 

Kappa Delia 

Delores Dye Jackson 

Jack Ferris Yazoo City 

Kappa Sigma 

Ina Bell Fitts .-...Jackson 

Chi Omega 

Ed win a Flowers ...Jackson 

Phi Mu 

Gerald Gable Eastabuchie 

Virginia Gaddy Jackson 

Phi Mu 

A. G. Gainey Meridian 

Pi Kappa Alpha 

George F. Hall West Palm Beach, Florida 

Kappa Alpha 

LONGSTREET HAMILTON Jackson 

Sigma Chi 

Dale Harper Brandon 

Vernon Hathorn Jackson 

Walter Hell'ms Jackson 

Kappa Sigma 

Ray Henderson Carthage 

Pi Kappa Alpha 

Carson Hilton... Jackson 

Pi Kappa Alpha 

Eugene Hopper Corinth 

Carl Horn Magee 

Kappa Sigma 

Hooper Horne Carriere 

Pi Kappa Alpha 

Manning Hudson New Albany 

Kappa Alpha 




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Sylvian Kernaghan. Hattiesburg 

Kappa Sigma 

Grady Kersh Jackson 

Kappa Sigma 

Betty Larsen Council Bluffs, Iowa 

Kappa Delta 

Delia Ray Liddell..... Shaw 

Thames Lloyd Jackson 

Kappa Alpha 

Dick Lord_ Tunica 

Pi Kappa Alpha 

Bess McCafferty Lexington 

Phi Mu 

Evelyn McGahey Jackson 

Kappa Delta 

Clyde McKee Jackson 

Pi Kappa Alpha 

John McMullan Lake 

Kappa Alpha 

Louise Moore r..._ Jackson 

Chi Omega 

Myrt Naylor _ Jackson 

Chi Omega 

Ed win a Nichols. Jackson 

Beta Sigma Omicron 

Ed Davis Noble Fayette 

Kappa Sigma 

Frances Ogden Hattiesburg 

Beta Sigma Omicron 

Glenn Phifer Jackson 

Chi Omega 

Tom Phillips Holly Bluff 

Kappa Alpha 

Lem Phillips Holly Bluff 

Kappa Alpha 

Annie Bell Pierce - McComb 



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Margaret Porter Jackson 

Beta Sigma Omicron 

Dorothy Reeves Jackson 

Phi Mu 

Sarah Rhymes ...Monticello 

Phi Mu 

Cappy Ricks Jackson 

Kappa A Ipha 

Bryant Ridge way Jackson 

Kappa Alpha 

Edwin Roberts Prentiss 

Sigma Rho Chi 

Jean Roberts Jackson 

Beta Sigma Omicron 

Mary Munger Robert... ...Jackson 

Chi Omega 

George Robertson Jackson 

Kappa Alpha 

James Salassi.. _ Slidell, La. 

Kappa Sigma 

Herbert Selman Monticello 

Kappa Sigma 

Ruth Stokes .Corinth 

Phi Mu 

Ann Stone Jackson 

Chi Omega 

J. S. Vandiver Jackson 

Kappa Alpha 

Bin Walker. ...Magee 

Kappa Sigma 

Bert Watkins Jackson 

Phi Mu 

Eugene Watts Camden 

Theta Kappa Nu 

Paul Whitsett .Mobile, Alabama 

Pi Kappa Alpha 

Florence Worthington.. Jackson 

John Wright Jackson 

Pi Kappa Alpha 



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Carl Miller, Pi Kappa Alpha Moss Point 

President of Freshman Class 

Dwight James, Theta Kappa Nu Stratton 

Vice President of Freshman Class 

Martha McIlwain, Phi Mu Greenwood 

Sec' y.-Treas. of Freshman Class 

Dorsey Ball, Kappa Sigma Jackson 

Edmund Barnes, Kappa Alpha... ...Jackson 

Walter Beard, Theta Kappa Nu... Jackson 

Sam Birdsong, Kappa Sigma Jackson 

James Bolttwell, Kappa Sigma Laurel 

Frances Brent, Chi Omega .... Jackson 

Joe Brooks, Theta Kappa Nu.. Washington, D.C. 

Dinah Brown, Kappa Delta Lauderdale 

John Burwell, Kappa Sigma... Jackson 

Jack Caldwell, Millsaps Barbarians... Canton 

Mary Carraway, Chi Omega Jackson 



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Jimmy Cavett, Kappa Sigma... ...Jackson 

Shirley Chichester, Chi Omega .Jackson 

Roy Clark, Pi Kappa Alpha... ...Meridian 

Mildred Craig, Kappa Delta. ..Memphis, Tenn. 

Lewis Crouch, Kappa Sigma ...Artesia 

Dixie Dell Crout, Beta Sigma Omicron-Raleigh 
Barney Davis, Kappa Sigma... ...Jackson 

Mary Crawford Dennis, Chi Omega. ...Jackson 

Gay'le Doggett, Chi Omega Kossuth 

Dick Dorman, Pi Kappa Alpha Jackson 

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Billy Estes, Theta Kappa Nu Hattiesburg 

Edwin Farmer, Kappa Sigma Shaw 

Pemble Field, Kappa Sigma Magee 

Una B. Fitts, Chi Omega Jackson 

Elaine Garrett, Kappa Delta -.Jackson 

Clinton Glaser, Millsaps Barbarians Greenwood 

Clifford Godwin, Theta Kappa Nu Jackson 

Grady Graham, Kappa Sigma Jackson 

Frank Hays, Kappa Alpha Grenada 

Mae Black Heidelberg, Kappa Delta-Jackson 

SHELA 

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Mary Sylvia Heron, Kappa Delta. Jackson 

Dwight Hickman, Kappa Alpha.. Noxapater 

David Hill, Pi Kappa Alpha Corinth 

Marguerite Holmes, Chi Omega Vaiden 

Kenny Holyfield, Pi Kappa Alpha Summit 

Edgar Horn, Kappa Sigma Magee 

Myrtle Ruth Howard, Chi Omega Jackson 

Evelyn Jones, Kappa Delta.. J.nckson 

Martha Kendrick, Beta Sigma Omicron Jackson 

Charles Kilgore, Kappa Alpha Jackson 

George Klee Memphis, Tenn. 

Paul Lackey, Kappa Sigma Jackson 

Bill Lampard, Kappa Alpha Cleveland 

Bob Ledbetter, Theta Kappa Nu Utica 



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Jim Livesay, Kappa Alpha Jackson 

Kelton Lowery, Pi Kappa Alpha- Jackson 

Margaret McDougall, Kappa Delta.. .Jackson 

Mary McIlwain, Phi Mu Greenwood 

Leeland Morgan, Kappa Sigma. Vicksburg 

Charles Murry, Pi Kappa Alpha .Ripley 

Charlotte Nichols, Chi Omega i Jackson 

Bill Northington, Pi Kappa Alpha. ...Verona 

Erlon Nowell, Pi Kappa Alpha Kosciusko 

Patricia O'Brien, Chi Omega Jackson 

David Pearson, Pi Kappa Alpha.. ..Sweetwater 

Inazell Pierce, Chi Omega Jackson 

Albert Pippen, Kappa Alpha Columbus 

Harold Rankin, Kappa Sigma Corinth 

Milan Richardson Jackson 



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Katherine Riddell, Phi Mu Jackson 

James Rimmer, Pi Kappa Alpha Camden 

Nat Rogers, Kappa Alpha New Albany 

John Rundle, Kappa Alpha Grenada 

Norris Russell, Kappa Sigma. ..Stanford, Tex. 

Sam Sample, Kappa Sigma Jackson 

Willard Samuels, Kappa Sigma....Clarksdale 
James Simmons ...Columbia 

Joe Bob Snyder, Millsaps Barbarians 

Montgomery, Ala. 

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Henry Spann, Pi Kappa Alpha Pelahatchie 

Burch Stroud, Theta Kappa Nu. Louise 

Bert Sumrall, Kappa Sigma Jackson 

Norville Suthoff ....Moss Point 

Jim Thompson, Kappa Sigma ...Jackson 

Berdyne Turner, Theta Kappa Nu..Hattiesburg 

Lamar Venters Montgomery, Ala. 

Paul Vining Greenwood 

Jean Walker, Chi Omega Jackson 

Ralph Walker, Theta Kappa Nu McComb 

SHELA 

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James Wall, Pi Kappa Alpha Rosedale 

James Ward, Theta Kappa Nu Montrose 

Martin Williamson, Pi Kappa Alpha 

Union Springs, Ala. 

Louis Wilson, Pi Kappa Alpha Brandon 

Virginia Wilson, Phi Mu Clarksdale 

Robert C. Wingate, Kappa Alpha. ...Greenville 

Ess White, Pi Kappa Alpha Jackson 

Milton White, Kappa Alpha. Jackson 

S. R. Whitten, Jr., Kappa Alpha Jackson 

Annie Lois Whyte Jackson 

Schoolar Williams, Sigma Rho Chi Macon 

Gordon Worthington, Pi Kappa AlphaBrandon 

Mildred Wright, Kappa Delta Jackson 

James D. Wroten. Kappa Sigma. Corinth 



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the end • On the offense 
Frosh day • The squad 



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The sound of the whistle, the 
roar of the crowd, and another 
Millsaps team takes the field. A 
scrapping football varsity, a fast- 
moving basketball team, a fighting 
bunch of mittmen, a hustling base- 
ball squad, a skilled tennis team, 
and a fast crew of trackmen pro- 
vided an excellent year of athletic 
activity. The Frosh football and 
basketball teams gave vent to the 
athletic inclination of Minor stu- 
dents. Receiving unusually good 
student body support, Major teams 
turned in good performances to 
justify the wearing of the purple 
and white and to uphold the stand- 
ards of our Alma Mater. 



QYe CHEER 



To "Bo" Holloman, head cheerleader, and his assistants, 
George Robertson, Sarah Rhymes, and Blackie Shaughnessy, goes 
much of the credit of stirring up school spirit, inspiring gentle- 
manly feeling toward our opponents, and spurring student body 
support of the teams. Clad in white costumes and wearing purple 
M's, these whirlwinds of action and stunting contortionists dis- 
played a skill of enticing yells from bashful throats that was 
astonishing. So — 

THREE CHEERS FOR THE CHEERLEADERS!! 

Thev deserve it. 



Robertson, Shaughnessy, 
Holloman, Rhymes 




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The M Club 

This organization is composed of men who have earned letters in varsity 
sports, and is one of the top clubs on the campus. 

OFFICERS 
G. C. Clark -----------______ President 

Rodney Walker -------_-_____ Vice-President 

Sam Ellis -------------- Secretary-Treasurer 

Neal Cirlot -------------...- Reporter 



Walker, McAlilly, 
Green, Simpson, 
Blough, Price, 
Herron, Sims, 
Hegwood, Matheny, 
Clarke, Roger Elfert, 
Felts, Shelton, 
Cooper, Wright, 
Cox, R. J. Elfert, 
Thompson, Litton, 
Melton, Ballard, Ellis 





Our C O A 



B. O. Van Hook 
Director of Athletics 

Tranny Lee Gaddy 
Coach of Football 

G. C. Clark 

Captain of Football 



Football season saw a light Major team take the field against ten tough 
opponents, and despite a record of three wins, two ties, and five losses, showed 
an efficient defense and an occasional spark of brilliant offense. 

The first game of the season ended in a scoreless tie with Union University 
at Union. In the first home game, the Pensacola flyers were brought down with 
a Major victory of 7 — 0. Traveling to Memphis next, our boys battled in 
several inches of mud to lose a hard-fought game to Southwestern 14 — 0. 

A trip to Rustin, La. resulted in dropping a game to Louisiana Tech 12 — 0. 



At the fair day classic here, 


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to a — tie. In Birmingham the next week-end the team played Birmingham- 
Southern to come out on the little end of a 12 — 7 score. 

Venturing to Southwestern Louisiana Institute, the losing streak still held, 
and the Majors suffered a 7 — loss. The tide turned in the homecoming game, 
however, and the boys took Spring Hill for a 7 — cleaning. A trek to Rollins 
College in Florida netted another win by a score of 13 — 12. The season closed 
with the traditional game with Mississippi College and bad breaks at the wrong 
time resulted in Millsaps losing 12 — 0. 



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Alton McAlilly ---------- Tackle 

Edwin Lowther ----------- End 

Grant Stewart ---------- Tackle 

Red Wilson ----------- Back 

"Doc" Hamilton ---------- Back 

William Green ----------- End 

Tom Dickerson ----------- End 

Bertrand Melton ---------- Back 

T. M. Hardy ------------ Back- 
Ross Shelton ----------- Back 

Neal Cirlot ----------- Center 

Joe Simpson ----------- Center 

Dewitt Holliday ---------- Guard 

Rodney Walker ---------- Guard 

Roger Elfert ----------- Back 

R. J. Elfert ----------- Tackle 

Gerald Carmichael --------- Guard 

Ebbie Edwards ----------- End 

Robert Cox ------------ Back 

Charles Hegwood --------- Tackle 

G. C. Clark ----------- Tackle 

David Blough ---------- Center 

Hampton Ballard ---------- End 

Fred Bledsoe ----------- Tackle 

John Bain ----------- Center 

Eual Cooper ----------- Guard 

Edwin Roberts ---------- Center 

Wiley Critz ------------ Back 











Managers: 
Robert Matheny 

Cecil Triplett 
Vernon Hathorn 



BASKET BALL 

Coach Van Hook placed one of the South 's fastest basketball 
teams into Dixie Conference competition this year. Decidedly 
"Box-office", the squad turned in the best playing that the 
Majors have seen for some time. With fast competition, the 
cagemen displayed in games a brand of play that was hard to 
beat. "Shot-gun" Herron's eye for the basket, the Curries' 
spectacular work, Blackeney's superb floor work, Hegwood's 
ace shots, Thonrpson's swell defense and all backed up by good 
work by Clarke, Ballard, Shelton, and Price produced a suc- 
cessful basketball season. 



THE SQUAD 




Sims, Herrox, Hegwood, Blakexey, Clarke, 
Thompson, J. Currie, Ballard, Sheltox, Price, 
K. Currie. 



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J. CUERIE 

Hegwood 

Ballard 
Thompson 
K. Currie 
Price 
Blakeney 
Herron 
Manager: 
Lavelle Sims 




BASEBALL 



Not very successful in number of games won and lost- 
won 4, lost 12, Coach Gaddy's baseballers nevertheless turned 
in some good games. Composed of mostly sophomores and 
juniors, good material that will probably be whipped in to first- 
class shape next year will make up for this year's losses. 
Selman, Litton, Hamilton, and Pelts handled must of 1 lie hurling 
assignments, while Salassi and Wilson worked behind the plate. 
Infielders were Ballard, Cox, Green, Kllis, and Critz. Covering 
the outfield were Price, Cooper, and Hathorn. Capable reserves 
were Hegwood, Stewart, and McAllily. 




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BOXING 

With boxing - this year under the 
direction of Sam Bowers, devoting 
full time to developing prospective 
pugilists, several inter-collegiate 
matches were held. In a match 
with Raymond, the Major mittmen 
came out on the top of a 6-0 score. 
In his bout, Nash Broyles scored a 
knockout. Louisiana Tech's punch- 
ers won the next match here 5-3. 
In a return match there our boxers 
lost again 7-1, Holliday alone win- 
ning his match. Bouts with Cen- 
tenary resulted in another loss 7-0. 
The season closed out with a 5-3 
win over Raymond. Taking part in 
boxing were Bill Hardin, captain 
of the team, Jim Thompson, Bin 
Walker, Wilfred Saxton, Bob Cox, 
Nash Broyles, Bryant Ridgeway, 
Dewitt Holliday, Tom Tucker, and 
David Pearson. 

With this same material next 
year, and a year's added experience, 
the Majors should have a team that 
will show up advantageously in the 
bouts. 

Managers were Johnny Batte and 
Alex Gordon. 






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TENNIS 



The tennis team engaged Illinois, Ole Miss, Spring Hill, 
Louisiana Tech, Mississippi College, and Loyola. Unfortunately, 
Major netmen came out on the small end of the score of matches, 
securing only one victory, defeating Louisiana Tech five 
matches to two. Individually scoring the matches, the netmen 
won fifteen and lost thirty. Hoffpauir led the Millsaps team 
in winning matches. The team will suffer the loss of Shanks, 
Kimbrell, Hoffpauir, and Hamilton next year. 




Hoffpauir, Gainey, De. M. 0. 
White (coach), Wright, Shanks, 
Kimbrell. 



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TRACK 



The first track team in a number of years made its debut 
mi the cinder path this spring under the guiding hand of Coach 
Van Hook. A ruling permitting the eligibility of freshmen 
proved a boon to the squad's performances. The first meet was 
with Birmingham-Southern and resulted in a close decision of 
72-(i4 with the home boys trailing. Subsequent meets with Ray- 
mond, Goodman, Moorhead, Southwestern, < He Miss, and Mis- 
sissippi found Millsaps piling up points if not always winning. 
High scorers for the Majors were Beard, Payne, Worthington, 
Carmichael, Melton, and Herron. 




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FRESHMAN 

FOOT BALL 

The Freshmen played two home games and made two trips. In the first, 
the Minors were held scoreless while Pearl River Junior College made 
three touchdowns. A game with Hinds County Junior College here re- 
sulted in a loss for the home team by a score of 13 — 8. A trip to Perkinston 
found the Minors behind 6 — 0. The final game was with the Choctaw 
frosh. In spite of losses, the Millsaps freshmen showed some good promise, 
and the varsity next season should be able to use many of this year's 
frosh. 



Sitting: McElhaney, Spann, Taylor, Pearson, Richard- 
son, Ledbetter, McKeithen. 

Kneeling: Cameron, Carroll, Boutwell, Dorman, S. 
Williams, Saxon, Sumrall, Samuels. 

Standing: Manager Wilson, W. Williams, Brame, Tynes, 
Godwin, Payne, Lipscomb, Dear, Miles, Worthing- 
ton, Moore, Coach Richardson. 




WOMAN'S ATHLETICS 

An extensive intramural program was set forth this year with Miss Eliza- 
beth Taylor as director. Points are awarded for creditable work in the athletic 
activities. These points are applied toward other awards until finally a plaque 
is presented to those who have been outstanding. 



BASEBALL 
BASKETBALL 
TENNIS 
A HIT! 





F E A 



Glenn • Nell • Sarah 
Myrtle Ruth • Blachie 

Jeannette 




T U R E S 





The feature section of our book 
is devoted to those among us who 
are conspicuous — either because of 
their personal charm or by their at- 
tainments in campus activity. In 
the beauty section are the most 
beautiful girls as chosen by the 
student body. Included also in the 
features are Master Major and 
Miss Millsaps — by popular vote the 
most outstanding people on the 
campus. In the "Big-Shot" section 
are others who have won laurels in 
campus achievements. To those in 
this section we should like to add 
four other names whose possessors 
we feel worthy of the honor — Sara 
Gordon, Billy Kimbrell, T. M. 
Hardy, and "Bo" Holloman. 




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MISS NELL PERMENTER 



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Jflss Qlenn (Pkifer 



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Miss ('Una Frances Dent 
Miss Margaret Conn 
Miss Inaselle Pierce 
Miss Berkley Muh 

Miss June Ill/tie West 

Miss Margaret McDougal 












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FAVORITES 



Miss Ava Sanders 

Miss Ina Bell Fitts 

Miss Rubye Martin 

Miss Floy Denton Thompson 

Miss Martha Mcllirain 

Miss Sara Gordon 



MASTER MAJOR 

Orator, student of the classics, campus 
leader — Billy Ford was chosen by his fel- 
low students as the most outstanding 
young 1 man in the graduating- class of 1938. 
His friendliness, democratic ideals, and 
achievements make him a real "Millsaps 
Man", and it is a genuine pleasure to 
honor him — our "Master Major". 





MISS MILLSAPS 

Miss Berkley Muh was similarly chosen 
as the co-ed whose charm, personality, 
and popularity together with her record 
of college activity entitled her to receive 
the honor of being "Miss Millsaps". As the 
worthy recipient of an unusual distinc- 
tion, we salute you, Miss Millsaps! 



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SHOTS 



Billy Lauderdale 

Lola Davis 

Bill Bizzell 

Sonny McRae 

Foster Collins 

Roy DeLamotte 

Wiley Ceitz 

Victor Roby 

Stacy Kellum 

Ruth Wroten 

Edwin Edwards 

Mildred Clegg 

Jeff Hester 

Jimmy Dunn 

6. C. Clarke 

Billy Ford 

Fagan Scott 







G R 



Some of tlic floats in Homecoming Day 
parade . . . Beta Sig, Chi Omega, Theta, 
Phi Mh, Pi K A, and Kappa Sig . . . 







E E K S 




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Encompassing* about seventy 
percent of the student body, social 
fraternities and sororities tend 
toward forming their members into 
intimate groups which make for 
lasting friendships and associa- 
tions. Realizing their responsibili- 
ties toward their Alma Mater and 
their charges, leaders of these 
groups exert every effort to pro- 
mote campus good will, to influence 
their brothers and sisters to under- 
take their college work seriously, 
and, at the same time, to provide 
a wholesome social life that is 
instrumental in rounding out the 
college student. Since 1893, when 
fraternities were first founded at 
Millsaps, the Greeks have fulfilled 
their responsibility well, and we 
feel that in the future, their stand- 
ards will be upheld and advanced 
even further. 



PAN 




Dunn, Hardy, Gordon, Murphree, Luke, Cirlot, Rimmer, 
A £ Lauderdale, Kellu.m, Bizzell. 

MEN 

Composed of two representatives from each social fraternity, the Men's 
Pan-Hellenic Council governs the activities of the Greek groups in matters 
of rushing, formation of policies, and the promotion of good will on the 
campus. Meetings are held twice-monthly at the various frat houses. 

KAPPA SIGMA 
Stacy Kellu.m, President T. M. Hardy 

KAPPA ALPHA 
Alex Gordon, Vice-Pres. Billy Lauderdale, Sec'y. 

PI KAPPA ALPHA 
Bill Bizzell Jimmy Dunn 

THETA KAPPA NU 
Bernard Luke Lee Roy Murphree 

SIGMA RHO CHI 
Neal Cirlot John Rimmer 



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WOMEN 

A sister organization to the men's council, the Women's Pan-Hellenic 
Council functions in a similar capacity. Outstanding events of the year 
were a party given for the men's group during Fair week and an outing 
to Dockery lake on April 30 in which members of all sororities participated. 
(Reports said the water was fine!) 

BETA SIGMA OMICRON 
Sara Gordon, President Jean Roberts 



Sarah Buie, Vice-Pres. 



PHI MU 

Bert Watkins 



KAPPA DELTA 
Lola Davis, Secretary Martha Dees 

CHI OMEGA 
Berkley Muh, Treasurer May Ellen Chichester 



Roberts, Dees, Buie, Watkins, Chichester, 
Gordon, Davis, Muh. 




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R— ^ «e. *, > ~ ' S *' ™ -JS, Jfc- P. -T -^ *« ^ «- ™ll 

Lauderdale, Adams, Collins, Ford, Gordon, Macgowan, McRae, 
L. Rogers, Ainsworth, Beard, Evans, Ivy, Batte, Byars, Hall, 
Hudson, Lloyd, McMullan, L. Phillips, T. Phillips, Ricks, 
Ridgeway, Robertson, Vandiver, Barnes, Hays, Hickman, Kilgore, 
Lampard, Livesay, Pippen, N. Rogers, Rundle, White, Whitten, 
Wingate. 




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KAPPA ALPHA 



Founded ----------- Washington College, Dec. 21, 1865 

Established at Millsaps ------------- Oct. 1, 1893 

Colors ------------------ Crimson and Gold 

Flower ---------------------- Rose 

Publication -------------- "Kappa Alpha Journal" 



Alpha Mu Chapter 

CLASS OF NINETEEN THIRTY-EIGHT 



M. F. Adams 
Foster Collins 
Billy Ford 
Alex Gordon, Jr. 



Billy Lauderdale 
Clifford Macgowan, 
John McRae 
Lee Rogers 



Jr. 



CLASS OF NINETEEN THIRTY-NINE 



Joe Ainsworth 
Wirt Adams Beard 



Ben Evans 
Robert Ivy 



CLASS OF NINETEEN FORTY 



John Batte 
Roy Byars* 
George F. Hall 
Manning Hudson 
Thames Lloyd 
John McMullan* 



Lem Phillips 
Tom Phillips 
Cappy Ricks 
Bryant Ridgeway 
George Robertson 
J. S. Vandiver, Jr. 



CLASS OF NINETEEN FORTY-ONE 



Edmund Barnes* 
Bill Carroll* 
Frank Hays 
Dwight Hickman 
Charles Kilgore 
Bill Lampard 
Jim Livesay 
Charles McGlohn 



A. P. Hamilton 
J. Reese Lin 

* Indicates Pledge 



John Nicholson 
Albert Pippen* 
Nat Rogers 
John Rundle 
Milton White 
S. R. Whitten, Jr. 
Robert Wingate 



FACULTY 



Ross H. Moore 
Milton C. White 



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Kcllum, Hester, Edwards, Ewing, Felts, Fleming, Hamilton, 
Hardy, Holloman, McKinnon, Pitard, Sykes, Thames, Bryant, 
Furkhead, Dickerson, Ferris, Helums, C. Horn, Kernaghan, Kersh, 
Noble, Salassi, Selman, Walker, Wilson, Ball, Birdsong, Boutwell, 
Burwell, Cavett, Davis, Farmer, Field, Graham, E. Horn, Lackey, 
Morgan, Rankin, Russell, Sample, Samuels, Sumrall, Thompson, 
Wroten. 



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KAPPA SIGMA 



Founded ------------ University of Va., Dec. 10, 1869 

Established at Millsaps ------------- Oct. 18, 1895 

Colors --------------- Scarlet, Green and White 

Flower ----------------- Lily of the Valley 

Publication ----------------- "The Caduceus" 

Alpha Upsilon Chapter 

CLASS OF NINETEEN THIRTY-EIGHT 
Jeff Hester Stacy Kellum 

CLASS OF NINETEEN THIRTY-NINE 

Edwin Edwards Fielding Holloman 

Jamie Ewing* M. L. McKinnon, Jr. 

Ernest Felts Cecil Pitard 

Hays Fleming Ben Sykes 

James T. Hamilton* Lewis Thames, Jr. 
T. M. Hardy 



CLASS OF NINETEEN FORTY 

Cooper Bryant 
Vernon Burkhead 
Tom Dickerson 
Jack Ferris 
Walter Helums 
Carl Horn 
Sylvian Kernaghan 



Grady Kersh 
Ed Davis Noble 
James Salassi 
Herbert Selman 
Bin Walker 
James Wilson 



CLASS OF NINETEEN FORTY -ONE 



J. D. Ball, Jr.* 
Sam Birdsong 
James Boutwell* 
John Burwell 
James Cavett 
Lewis Crouch * 
Barney Davis* 
Edwin Farmer* 
Pemble Field, Jr. 
Grady Graham* 



G. L. Harrell 
V. B. Hathorn 

* Indicates Pledge 



FACULTY 



Edgar Horn 
Paul Lackey* 
Leeland Morgan* 
Harold Rankin 
Norris Russell* 
Sam Sample* 
Willard Samuels* 
Bert Sumrall* 
Jim Thompson 
Jim Wroten 

Melvin Richardson 
B. O. Van Hook 



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Bizzell, Adams, Dunn, Hamilton, Hardin, Harvey, Kimbrell, 
Roby, Scott, Wasson, Ainsworth, Bush, Doggett, Godbold, 
Landrum, May, Palmer, Sheffield, Tucker, C. Wright, Booth, 
Brent, Broyles, Denton, Gainey, Henderson, Hilton, Home, 
Lord, McKee, Whitsett, J. Wright, Clark, Dorman, Hill, 
Holyfield, Lowery, Miller, Murry, Northington, Nowell, Pearson, 
Rimmer, Spann, Wall, White, Williamson, Wilson, Worthington. 




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PI KAPPA ALPHA 



Founded ------------ University of Va., March 1, 1868 

Established at Millsaps ------------- March 23, 1905 

Colors ------------------ Garnet and Gold 

Flower ----------------- Lily of the Valley 

Publication ------------ "The Shield and Diamond" 



Alpha lota Chapter 



CLASS OF NINETEEN THIRT Y-EIGHT 

Aubrey Adams Billy Kimbrell 

James Dunn Victor Roby 

Francis Hamilton Fagan Scott 

Bill Hardin Wilbourn Wasson 
Wirt Turner Harvey 

CLASS OF NINETEEN THIRTY-NINE 

Bill Ainsworth Albert L. May, Jr. 

William H. Bizzell Bill Palmer* 

Fred Bush* Paul Sheffield 

Blanton Doggett Tom A. Tucker 

John Godbold Charles Wright 
Hugh Landrum* 

CLASS OF NINETEEN FORTY 

James Booth Carson Hilton 

Edwin Brent Hooper Horne 

Nash Broyles* Dick Lord 

Leslie Crippen* Clyde McKee 

Joel Denton Paul Whitsett* 

A. G. Gainey, Jr. John Wright 
Ray Henderson* 

CLASS OF NINETEEN FORTY-ONE 

Rudolph Bangert* Erlon Nowell* 

Roy C. Clark David Pearson* 

Al Fred Daniels* James Rimmer* 

Richard Dorman Walter Scott* 

David Hill Henry Spann* 

Kenny Holyfield James Wall* 

Kelton Lowery* Ess White 

Carl Miller Martin Williamson* 

Charles Murry Louis Wilson* 

Bill Northington* Gordon Worthington* 

FACULTY 

Dr. D. M. Key Paul Ramsey 

* Indicates Pledge 



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DeLamotte, L. Clark, Ellis, Hoffpauir, McKenzie, 
Murphree, Luke, Spinks, Bain, C. Clark, 
Watts, Beard, Brooks, Estes, Godwin, 

James, Ledbetter, Stroud, Turner, Walker, Ward. 



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THETA KAPPA NU 



Founded -------------- Drury College, June 9, 1924 

Established at Millsaps -------------- Dec. 11, 1924 

Colors --------------- Crimson, Argent and Sable 

Flower -------------------- White Rose 

Publication ----------------- "Theta News" 

Mississippi Alpha Chapter 

CLASS OF NINETEEN THIRTY-EIGHT 

Leonard Clark Chester McKenzie 

Ram Ellis Lee Roy Murphree 

Billy Hoffpauir 

CLASS OF NINETEEN THIRTY-NINE 

Roy Delamotte Edward Mullen* 

Bernard Litre A. C. Spinks* 

CLASS OF NINETEEN FORTY 

Jack Bain William Green* 

Charles Clark Eugene Watts 

James Elliott 

CLASS OF NINETEEN FORTY-ONE 

James Baggett* Tom Neely* 

Walter Beard Billy Pitts* 

Joe Brooks Ferd Shell* 

Billy Estes Burch Stroud* 

Clifford Godwin Jack Thornton* 

Frank Hudson* Berdyne Turner 

Dwight James* Ralph Walker 

Gwin Kolb James Ward 
Bob Ledbetter* 

* Indicates Pledge 



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Cirlot, Bingham, Clarke, Dorris, Elfert, Matheny, McAlilly, 
Rimmer, Sims, Smith, J. Williams, Simpson, Stewart, Triplett, 
S. Williams, Roberts. 



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SIGMA RHO CHI 



Founded ------------ Millsaps College, December, 1930 

Colors ------------------ Scarlet and Cream 

Flower --------------------- Carnation 

Alpha Chapter 

CLASS OF NINETEEN THIRTY-EIGHT 

Gene Bingham Robert Matheny 

Neal Cirlot Alton McAlilly* 

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G. C. Clark John Rimmer 

George Dorris Lavelle Sims 

R. J. Elfert J. D. Smith 

Charles Hegwood* James Williams 

CLASS OF NINETEEN THIRTY-NINE 

Gerald Carmichael Joe Simpson* 

Joe Carruthers* Grant Stewart* 

Roger Elfert Cecil Triplett 

W. C. Herron* Hul3ert Nowell* 

CLASS OF NINETEEN FORTY 

George C. Hall* Edwin Ro3erts 

Dewitt Holliday Jack Win30rn* 

CLASS OF NINETEEN FORTY-ONE 

Bert Allen* Schoolar Williams* 

Albert Cameron* 

* Indicates Pledge 



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Buic, Hogue, Crisler, Dent, Wroten, Buck, Darden, Flowers, 
Gaddy, Manning, McCafferty, Reeves, Rhymes, Stokes, Watkins, 
Martha Mcllwain, Mary Mcllwain, Riddell, Wilson. 



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PHI MU 

Founded ------------ Wesleyan College, March 4, 1852 

Established at Millsaps ------------- March 24, 1914 

Colors ------------------- Rose and White 

Flower ------------------- R ose Carnation 

Publication ------------------- "Aglaia" 



Epsilon Chapte 



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CLASS OF NINETEEN THIRTY-EIGHT 
Marjorie Hogue 

CLASS OF NINETEEN THIRTY-NINE 

Sarah Buie Marion Stewart 

Charity Crisler Ruth Wroten 

Clara Frances Dent 

CLASS OF NINETEEN FORTY 

Carolyn Buck Bess McCafferty 

Marguerite Darden Dorothy Reeves 

Edwina Flowers* Sara Rhymes 

Virginia Gaddy Timora S?ann* 

Mary Frances Manning Ruth Stoxbs 

Bert Watkins 

CLASS OF NINETEEN FORTY ONE 

Martha McIlwain Catherine Riddell* 

Mary McIlwain Virginia Wilson 

Mary Jane Mohead* 

FACULTY 
Mrs. Marguerite Goodman 



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Indicates Pledge 



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Davis, Blount, Coltharp, Dement, Holloman, Litton, Ruth 
Martin, Permenter, Strahan, Suttle, Champenois, Conn, Rubye 
Martin, Mitchell, Pettit, Swayze, Terrell, West, Wilson,. Dees, 
Durley, Larsen, McGahey, Brown, Craig, Garrett, Heidelberg, 
Heron, Jones, McDougal, Terry, Wright. 



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KAPPA DELTA 

Founded --------- Va. State Normal College, Oct. 23, 1897 

Established at Millsaps ------------- Sept. 26, 1914 

Colors ------------------ Green and White 

Flower -------------------- White Rose 

Publication ----------- "The Angelos of Kappa Delta" 

Mu Chapter 

CLASS OF NINETEEN THIRTY-EIGHT 

Imogene Blount Rubye Litton 

Marguerite Coltharp Ruth Martin 

Lola Davis Nell Permenter 

Annie K. Dement Lucile Strahan 

Mary Louise Holloman Elizabeth Suttle 

CLASS OF NINETEEN THIRTY-NINE 

Roma Fern Champenois Mary E. Shaughnessy 

Margaret Conn* Lillian D. Swayze 

Rubye Martin Katheryne Terrell 

Corinne Mitchell Jane Hyde West 

Virginia Pettit Elizabeth Wilson 

CLASS OF NINETEEN FORTY 

Martha Dees Betty Larsen 

Elizabeth Durley Evelyn McGahey 

CLASS OF NINETEEN FORTY-ONE 

Dinah Brown Evelyn Jones 

Mildred Craig Margaret McDougal 

Elaine Garrett* Marianna Terry 

May Black Heidelberg* Mildred Wright* 
Mary Sylvia Heron 

* Indicates Pledge 






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Gordon, Clegg, Collins, Hinson, Lamb, Brooks, Chatham, Hull, 
McGee, Conner, Nichols, Ogden, Porter, Roberts, Crout, Kendrick. 



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BETA SIGMA OMICRON 

Founded ----------- University of Missouri, Dec. 12, 1888 

Established at Millsaps ------------- Sept. 1, 1926 

Colors ------------------- Ruby and Pink 

Flowers ------------ Richmond and Killarncy Roses 

Publication ------------------- "The Urn" 



Alpha Zeta Chapter 

CLASS OF NINETEEN THIRTY-EIGHT 

Mildred Clegg Syble Hinson 

Virginia Collins Mary Sue Lamb 

Sara Gordon 



CLASS OF NINETEEN THIRTY-NINE 

Evelyn Brooks Marjorie Hull 

Myrtle Chatham Dorothy McGee 

CLASS OF NINETEEN FORTY 

Martha Conner Juanita Pierce * 

Edwina Nichols Margaret Porter 

Frances Ogden Jean Roberts 

CLASS OF NINETEEN FORTY-ONE 

Dixie Dell Crout Martha Kendrick 

* Indicates Pledge 



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Muh, Davis, Enochs, Golden, Heidelberg, Sanders, Thompson, 
M. Chichester, Cunningham, Nobles, Van Zandt, Burkhead, 
I. B. Fitts, Moorer, Naylor, Phifer, Robert, Stone, Brent, 
Carraway, S. Chichester, Dennis, Doggett, U. B. Fitts, Holmes, 
Howard, Nichols, O'Brien, Pierce, Walker. 



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CHI OMEGA 



Founded ----------- University of Ark., April 15, 1895 

Established at Millsaps ------------- March 31, 1934 

Colors ----------------- Cardinal and Straw 

Flower ------------------ White Carnation 

Publication ----------------- "The Eleusis" 



Chi Delta Chapter 



CLASS OF NINETEEN THIRTY-EIGHT 

Catherine Davis Berkley Muh 

Mildred Enochs Ava Sanders 

Maude Lyle Golden Floy Denton Thompson 
Annie Lou Heidelberg 



CLASS OF NINETEEN THIRTY-NINE 

May Ellen Chichester Pearl Nobles 

Grace Cunningham Jeannette Van Zandt 

CLASS OF NINETEEN FORTY 



Vera Burkhead 
Ina Bell Fitts 
Louise Moorer 
Myrt Naylor 



Glenn Phifer 

Mary Munger Robert 

Ann Stone 



CLASS OF NINETEEN FORTY-ONE 

Frances Brent 

Mary Douglas Broadfoot* 

Mary Carraway 

Shirley Chichester 

Mary Crawford Dennis 

Gayle Doggett 

Una B. Fitts 

* Indicates Pledge 



Marguerite Holmes 
Myrtle Ruth Howard 
Charlotte Nichols 
Patricia O'Brien 
Inazelle Pierce 
Jean Walker 
Emma Russell Watson* 



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Music • Drama • Enthusiasm 
The taps • Surveying 




NIZATIONS 




Parallel to prescribed academic 
work, numerous activities have af- 
forded outlets for special ability in 
the fields of music, singing, dra- 
matics, and the like. Organizations 
exist for the purpose of bringing 
together students interested in 
common subjects. Honorary fra- 
ternities and sororities offer recog- 
nition to students of outstanding 
merit in scholarship, leadership, 
and accomplishment in varied lines 
of endeavor. These activities, or- 
ganizations, and fraternities have 
throughout the year played an im- 
portant role in presenting to stu- 
dents that extra something — a 
diversified college career. 




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Lauderdale, Roby, Bizzell, Collins 

• £l Critz, DeLamotte, Dunn, Edwards, Ford 

Hardy, Kellum, Kimbrell, Scott 

OMICRON DELTA KAPPA 

Founded ------------- Washington and Lee, 1914 

Colors ------------------ Blue and White 

Publication ----------------- "The Circle" 

Omicron Delta Kappa recognizes student leadership in fields of scholarship, 
athletics, and other activities, and is the highest honor that can be received 
by a Millsaps man in the scope of honorary organizations. 

OFFICERS 

Billy Lauderdale --------------- President 

Victor Roby --------------- Vice President 

MEMBERS 

Bill Bizzell Edwin Edwards 

Foster Collins Billy Ford 

Wiley Critz T. M. Hardy 

Roy DeLamotte Stacy Kellum 

Jimmy Dunn Billy Kimbrell 

Fagan Scott 

FACULTY MEMBERS 

Dr. D. M. Key Dr. M. C. White 

Professor Paul Ramsey 



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SIGMA LAMBDA 

Sigma Lambda was organized in 1936 to offer to women students a similar 
recognition as that afforded men by Omicron Delta Kappa. 

OFFICERS 

Lola Davis ----------------- President 

Sara Gordon --------------- Vice President 

Berkley Muh ------------- Secretary-Treasurer 

Jean Kinnaird ---------------- Historian 

MEMBERS 



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Imogene Blount 
Mildred Clegg 



Catherine Davis 
Ruth Wroten 



FACULTY MEMBERS 
Mrs. Mary B. Stone Mrs. Henry Cobb 



L. Davis, Gordon, Muh, Kinnaird 
■*■« - Blount, Clegg, C. Davis, Wroten 




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May, O'Connor, Scott, Shanks, Vandiver, Williams 

PI KAPPA DELTA 

( Forensic ) 

Pi Kappa Delta this year sponsored sixty-five intercollegiate debates, sent 
delegates Godbold and Ford to national tourney; also, Pi Kappa Delta 
members entered State Tournament, Louisiana Tournament, and Mid- 
South Tournament with creditable results. 

OFFICERS 

Billy Ford ----------------- President 

Lola Davis ---------------- Vice President 

Cecil Triplett ------------- Secretary-Treasurer 

Fagan Scott ------------- SEB Representative 

MEMBERS 

John Godbold Donald O'Connor 

Dick Lord Baylis Shanks 

Albert May J. S. Vandiver 

Marvin Williams 

FACULTY MEMBER 
Professor Paul Ramsey 



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ALPHA EPSILON DELTA 

(Pre-Med) 

Founded ------------ University of Alabama, 1926 

Established at Millsaps ------------ April 28, 1935 

Colors ------------------ Red and Violet 

Flower ------------------- Red Rose 

Publication --------- "The Scalpel of Alpha Epsilon Delta" 

OFFICERS 

John Rimmer ----------------- President 

Lee Roy Murphree ------------- Vice President 

Earl Harper ---------------- Secretary 

William Bradshaw -------------- Treasurer 



MEMBERS 



Aubrey Adams 
Jimmy Booth 
Willard Commander 
Edwin Edwards 
Manning Hudson 



A. L. May, Jr. 
Carl Ray Newsom 
Cappy Ricks 
Ava Sanders 
Ruth Wroten 



FACULTY MEMBERS 
Dr. William E. Riecken Dr. John M. Sullivan 

Rimmer, Murphree, Harper, Bradshaw, Adams 
Booth, Commander, Edwards, Hudson, May £ 

Newsom, Ricks, Sanders, Wroten 




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• ^ Dunn, Bizzell, Conner, DeLamotte 

Doggett, Ivy, Lauderdale, Roby, Wasson 

SIGMA UPSILON 

Founded -------------- University of the South 

Colors ------------------ Green and Gold 

Publication ---------------- "The Scarab" 

As a literary fraternity, Sigma Upsilon offers a limited membership to students 
of proven writing ability and fosters creative writing on the campus. 

Kit Kat Chapter 

Jimmy Dunn, Secretary Robert Ivy 

Bill Bizzell Billy Lauderdale 

Roy DeLamotte Donald O'Connor 

Blanton Doggett Victor Roby 

WlLBOURN WASSON 

FACULTY MEMBERS 
Professor R. H. Moore Professor J. B. Price 
Professor Pal^l Ramsey Professor A. G. Sanders 
Dr. M. C. White 



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CHI DELTA 

Blue Stockings of Chi Delta limits its membership to women students who 
have shown exceptional ability in literary work. Its monthly meetings 
feature the reading of original compositions, including reviews, essays, poems, 
and short stories. 

OFFICERS 

Jean Kinnaird ---------------- President 

Berkley Muh --------------- Vice President 

Marjorie Walters ----------- Secretary-Treasurer 



MEMBERS 

Mildred Clegg Glenn Phifer 



Lola Davis 



Bert Watkins 



FACULTY MEMBERS 



Mrs. Henry Cobb 
Miss Elizabeth Craig 



Mrs. Marguerite Goodman 
Mrs. Mary B. Stone 



Kinnaird, Muh, Walters, Clegg 
Davis, Phifer, Watkins 




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Collins, Hoffpauir, Kimbrell, Lauderdale 
Shanks, Sims, Smith 



ETA SIGMA 

Founded Locally at Millsaps in 1923 

Election to Eta Sigma is an honor accorded those whose scholastic standing 
is the highest in the entire student body. Its purpose is to promote scholastic 
achievement in academic pursuits. 

MEMBERS 

Bill Bizzell Billy Kimbrell 

Foster Collins Baylis Shanks 

Billy Hoffpauir Lavelle Sims 

J. D. Smith 

FACULT Y MEMBERS 

Dr. D. M. Key Professor R. H. Moore 

Dr. W. E. Riecken Professor J. R. Lin 

Mrs. Henry Cobb 



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ETA SIGMA PHI 



Eta Sigma Phi selects its members from the students of classical languages. 
An average of "B" is required in either Latin or Greek to be eligible for 
admission. 

OFFICERS 

M. F. Adams ----------------- Prytamis 

Mildred Clegg --------------- Hyparchos 

James Kelly ---------------- Chrysopholax 

Blanton Doggett -------------- Grammateus 

Cecil Triplett -------------- Epistolographus 

Roy DeLamotte ----------------- Pyloros 

MEMBERS 

Virginia Collins John Godbold 

Annie K. Dement Billy Kimbrell 

Billy Ford Fagan Scott 

Wilbourn Wasson 



FACULTY MEMBERS 

Mrs. Henry Cobb Dr. A. P. Hamilton 

Mrs. Armand Coulet Dr. D. M. Key 
Miss Elizabeth Craig Professor J. Reese Lin 
Professor A. G. Sanders 



Adams, Clegg, Kelly, Doggett 
Triplett, DeLamotte, Collins, Dement, Ford 
Godbold, Kimbrell, Scott, Wasson 




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Scott, Ford, Muh, Collins, Conner, 
£ £ DeLamotte, Dunn, Godbold, Kellum, Phifer, Triplett 

INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB 

Entrance into IRC is elective, and membership is limited to a small 
percentage of the student body. The club seeks to promote interest in 
national and international affairs. 

OFFICERS 
Fagan Scott --------------- President 

Billy Ford -------------- Vice-President 

Berkley Muh ----------- Secretary-Treasurer 

MEMBERS 

Foster Collins John Godbold 

James Conner Stacy Kellum 

Roy DeLamotte Glenn Phifer 

James Dunn Cecil Triplett 

FACULTY MEMBERS 

Prof. Ralph G. Jones Prof. R. H. Moore 

Prof. Paul Ramsey 



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LA TERTULIA 



Organized in 1936 by J. D. Smith and Paul Whitsett who were 
interested is forming a club of students mutually interested in Spanish, 
the Spanish Club is now an affiliate of the national organization, "La 
Tertulia". Unusually good class standing in Spanish courses is a pre- 
requisite to elected membership. 



OFFICERS 



J. D. Smith 
Paul Whitsett 
Delores Dye - 



- - - President 

Vice-President 

Secretary-Treasurer 



MEMBERS 



Walter Beard 

Roma Fern Champenois 

Leonard Clark 

R. J. Elfert 



Ollie May Gray 
T. M. Hardy 
Jean Roberts 

WlLBOURN WASSON 



S. R. Whitten, Jr. 

FACULTY MEMBERS 
Mrs. Henry Cobb Prof. A. G. Sanders 



Smith, Whitsett, Dye, Beard, Champenois, Clark, 
Elfert, Gray, Hardy, Roberts, Wasson, Whitten. 




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KlMBRELL, STRAHAN, ADAMS, BLOUNT, CLEGG, 

a A Doggett, Gordon, Hoffpauir, Shaughnessy, Whitsett. 

ALPHA PSI OMEGA 

Membership in Alpha Psi Omega is awarded to those students who 
have done outstanding work in the field of dramatics, either in acting, or 
in make-up, managership, or properties. 

OFFICERS 

Billy Kimbrell -------------- President 

Lucile Strahan ----------- Secretary-Treasurer 

MEMBERS 

M. F. Adams Alex Gordon 

Imogene Blount Billy Hoffpauir 

Mildred Clegg Blackie Shaughnessy 

Blanton Doggett Paul Whitsett 

FACULTY MEMBERS 
Prof. R. H. Moore Dr. M. C. White 



11 x 



THE MILLSAPS PLAYERS 

PRESENTATIONS OF THE YEAR 



".4 FRIEND AT COURT" 

Cast 
Shirley Chichester 
Kenny Holyfield 
Bob Ledbetter 
Carl Miller 
Mary Jane Mohead 
Carolyn Buck 
Paul Vining 
Jane Hyde West 

"HER STEP- II USB A ND" 
Cast 
Lucile Strahan 
Nell Permenter 
"Blackie" Shaughnessy 
Martha Dees 
M. F. Adams 
Billy Hoffpauir 
Fred Bush 
Charles Clark 

"WHO'S A COWARD" 
Cast 
A. G. Gainey 
Roma Fern Champenois 
Leeland Morgan 

" A BALK Y COUR TS III P ' 
Cast 
Bill Lampard 
Dick Lord 
Charity Crisler 



■THE SERVANT IN THE 
HO USE" 
Cast 
Billy Kimbrell 
Mildred Clegg 
Blanton Doggett 
Paul Whitsett 
A. G. Gainey 
Bob Ledbetter 
Glenn Phifer 

"THE FIRST DRESS SUIT' 
Cast 
Joe Brooks 
Jim Livesay 
Virginia Pettit 
Marianna Terry 

BUSINESS, PUBLICITY, 
STAGE A ND MA KE UP 

Chester McKenzie 
Alex Gordon 
Jack Bain 
Jack Ferris 
Milton White 
Delia Ray Liddell 
Ernest Felts 
Lillian D. Swayze 
Roy' Delamotte 

DRAMA TICS DIRECTOR 

Dr. M. C. White 



Whitsett, Doggett, Kimbrell, Bush, Holyfield, Adams, Gordon, Felts, 
Hoffpauir, Livesay, Lampard, Brooks, Bain, Morgan, Gainey, Vining, 
Champenois, Shaughnessy, Chichester, West, Strahan, Permenter, 

Terry, Dees, Blount 




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Joe Ainsworth 
Mr. Coulet 
John McRae 



€ke MILLS 



Director -------------- Armand Coulet 

President -------------- John M. McRae 

Vice-President ------------ Joe Ainsworth 

Clarinets: Cornets: 

Joe Ainsworth Edgar Horn 

Edmund Barnes Paul Lackey 

Nash Broyles Paul Sheffield 

Ben Evans James Simmons 

Pemble Field Norville Suthoff 

James Hudson Lamar Venters 

Grady Kersh Marvin Williams 
Charles Murray 
Cappy Ricks Euphonium: 

A. L. May 
Saxophones: 

Bernard Luke Bass Horns: 

Leeland Morgan Clifford Godwin 

W. B. Turner Paul Vining 



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Drums: 


Trombones: 


Manning Hudson 


Fred Bush 


Billy Lauderdale 


Carl Ray Newsom 


John M. McRae 


James Rimmer 


Tom Tucker 


James Wall 


French Horns: 


Glockenspiel: 


Kenny Holyfield 


Tom Neely 


Joseph Snyder 




Eugene Watts 


Flute: 


Milton White 


John Rundle 


Accordian: 


Baritone: 


Bill Palmer 


Frank Hays 



VPS BAND 






Cke MILLSAPS SINGERS 



The Millsaps Singers under the direction of Alvin J. King completed 
this season a very successful tour through fourteen Mississippi towns. 
Later "The Messiah" and "Hiawatha's Wedding Feast" were presented. 

OFFICERS 
Chester McKenzie ------------- President 

Margaret Porter ------------ Vice-President 

Fagan Scott ------------ Business Manager 

Bert Watkins ----------- Secretary-Treasurer 

Jack Bain ---------------- Librarian 

SOLOISTS 

Mrs. Armand Coulet A. G. Gainey 

Billy Kimbrell 



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Of CAPELLA CHOIR 



Marguerite Coltharp 
Grace Cunningham 
Catherine Davis 
Edwina Flowers 



Imogene Blount 
Ottomese Cassels 
Sella Cassels 
Marguerite Darden 



John Burwell 
James Cavett 
Blanton Doggett 



SOPRA NOS 

Betty Larsen 
Evelyn McGahey 
Lucile Strahan 



A L TOS 

Lola Davis 
Martha Dees 
Corinne Denson 

TENORS 

Dick Dorman 
Robert Ivy 
Billy Kimbrell 



Ann Stone 
Bert Watkins 
Virginia Wilson 



Clara F. Dent 
Margaret Porter 
Elizabeth Wilson 



Bernard Luke 
Hillie Sharp 
Eugene Watts 



M. F. Adams 
Jack Bain 
Rudolph Bangert 
Bill Bizzell 



BASSES 

A. G. Gainey 
Billy Hoffpauir 
Grady Kersh 
Chester McKenzie 



Victor Roby 
Fagan Scott 
Ferd Shell 



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Harvey, Litton, Shaughnessy, Wilson 

• ^ Coltharp, Conner, Cunningham, Dent, Ogden 

Palmer, Terrell, Walker, Whitsett. 

BEETHOVEN CLUB 

OFFICERS 

Wirt Turner Harvey ------------ President 

Rubye Litton ----------- First Vice-President 

Mrs. Paul Ramsey --------- Second Vice-President 

Mary E. Shaughnessy --------- Third Vice-President 

Elizabeth Wilson ------------- Secretary 

Annie Sue Knight ------------- Treasurer 

Mrs. J. L. Roberts ------------- Counselor 

MEMBERS 

Marguerite Coltharp Frances Ogden 

James Conner Bill Palmer 

Grace Cunningham Katherine Terrell 

Clara F. Dent Ralph Walker 

Paul Whitsett 

ASSOCIATE MEMBERS 

Barbara Boswell Anne Newell 

Katherine Grimes Patsy Parker 

Nita Hischer Mrs. Dudley Phelps 

Davis MacCormick Mary Joe Weriner 






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PRE-LAW CLUB 



In the fall of 1937, and chiefly through the efforts of Marvin Williams, 
the pre-law club was organized. Open to students primarily interested 
in pursuing the study of law as a vocation, the club holds meetings for 
the purpose of discussing questions concerning law-making, law-enforce- 
ment, and law interpretation. 



Marvin Williams 



OFFICER 



President 



MEMBERS 



Sam Birdsong 
Joel Denton 
Ernest Felts 
John Godbold 
George C. Hall 
Kenny Holyfield 
Joel Hunter 
Charles Kilgore 



Dick Lord 
Clyde McKee 
Charlotte Nichols 
Erlon Nowell 
Albert Pippen 
George Robertson 
Baylis Shanks 
Floy Thompson 



Martin Williamson 



Prof. R. R. Haynes 



Faculty Adviser 



Williams, Birdsong, Denton, Felts, Godbold, Holyfield, 

Kilgore, Lord, McKee, Nichols, Nowell, 
Pippen, Robertson, Shanks, Thompson, Williamson 




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ran 




Clegg, Davis, Gray, Blount, Chichester 

Cunningham, Doggett, Darden, Gordon, Hinson 

Kinnaird, Lamb, Ogden, Wroten 



Y. W. C. A. CABINET 

OFFICERS 

Mildred Clegg -------------- President 

Catherine Davis -------------- Secretary 

Ollie May Gray -------------- Treasurer 

MEMBERS 



Imogene Blount 
May Ellen Chichester 
Grace Cunningham 
Gayle Doggett 
Marguerite Darden 



Sara Gordon 
Syble Hinson 
Jean Kinnaird 
Mary Sue Lamb 
Frances Ogden 



Ruth Wroten 



126 



Y. M. C. A. CABINET 

OFFICERS 
Wiley Critz --------------- President 

Blanton Doggett -- ---------- Vice-President 

Donald O'Connor ---------- Secretary -Treasurer 

MEMBERS 

John Batte Manning Hudson 

Bill Bizzell Stacy Kellum 

James Conner James Kelly 

R. J. Elfert Dick Lord 

Edwin Edwards Robert Matheny 

John Godbold Chester McKenzie 

T. M. Hardy Fagan Scott 

Fielding Holloman Cecil Triplett 
Eugene Watts 

Critz, Doggett, O'Connor, Batte, Bizzell, Conner, Elfert, 
Edwards, Godbold, Hardy, Holloman, Hudson, Kellum, Kelly, tk 

Lord. Matheny, McKenzie, Scott, Triplett, Watts. 






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^ Top Row: Freeman, Doggett, Mangum, Bridewell, Smith, Jones 

W Middle Row: Wroten, Courtney, Snyder, O'Connor, Lytle, Venters, Hetrick, 
Caldwell 
Bottom Row: Peden, Emanuel, Bangert, Peyey, Brantley, Thornton, Watts, 

Wallace 
Center Front: Rogers 

MINISTERIAL LEAGUE 

OFFICERS 

B. B. Rogers - - - - - President 

Milton Peden ------------------- Secretary 

Percy Emanuel ----- -_-__- Treasurer 

Donald Pevey -- _______ Program Chairman 

Donald O'Connor ------- Publicity Chairman 



Rudolph Bangert 
Otho Brantley 
Albert Bridewell 
Jack Caldwell 
Joe Carruthers 
John Courtney 
Wiley Critz 
Frank Dement 
Blanton Doggett 
James Elliott 



Dr. H. M. Bullock 
Miss Ruth Cooper 



MEMBERS 

Lucien Freeman 
William Fulgium 
John H. Hetrick 
Elliott Jones 
James Kelly' 
Mark Lytle 
Wallace Mangum 
Robert Matheny 
Torrence Maxey 
W. R. Murray 

HO NORA R Y MEMBERS 

Prof. J. Reese Lin 
Dr. B. E. Mitchell 



Mike McElhaney 
Algie Oliver 
Aubrey' Smith 
Joe Bob Snyder 
Jack Thornton 
Lamar Venters 
Hubert Wallace 
Eugene Watts 
James Wroten 



Dr. J. M. Sullivan 
Miss Virginia Thomas 



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THE CHRISTIAN COUNCIL 

Composed of representatives from the student body and campus 
religious organizations, the Christian Council serves as the executive and 
planning committee of religious activity on the campus. 

OFFICERS 
James Kelly --------------- President 

Sara Gordon ------------- Vice-President 

Blanton Doggett ---------- Secretary-Treasurer 

MEMBERS 
Leonard Clark John Godbold 

Mildred Clegg Mardelle Hardin 

Wiley Critz Bill Murray 

Donald O'Connor 

FACULTY MEMBERS 
Dr. H. M. Bullock Miss Virginia Thomas 



Kelly, Gordon, Doggett, Clark, 
Clegg, Critz, Godbold, Murray, O'Connor. 




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Riecken, Snyder, Robertson*, Sharp, Freeman, 

McWhorter, O'Connor, Youngblood, Cassels, 
Wallace, Hunter, Emanuel, Conner, Kelly 



THE BARBARIANS 



Made up of men and women students not enrolled in a Greek-letter society, the 
Barbarian Club seeks to provide social opportunities for all students and to strengthen 
the ties of school loyalty by organizing the non-Greeks. 

Colors: Orange and Black Publication: "The Broadside" 

OFFICERS 
Hillie Sharp -------- - President 

Donald O'Connor - Vice-President and Publication Editor 

Sella Cassels ------------------- Secretary 

Ottomese Cassels - Treasurer 

Hubert Wallace ------ Sergeant-at-Arms 



O. D. Bonner 
Jack Caldwell 
James Conner 
Corrinne Denson 
Rose Nell Denson 
Percy Emanuel 
Lucien Freeman 
Clinton Glaser 



MEMBERS 

Ollie May Gray 
Imogene Hammond 
Joel Hunter 
James Kelly 
Leroy' Kelly* 
Bill Murray 
Milton Peden 
Louise Ray- 



Tom Robertson 
Laura Mae Shrader 
Joe Bob Snyder 
Wiley* Williams 
James McWhorter 
Jennie Youngblood 



Dr. William E. Riecken ----------- Faculty Adviser 



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THE MAJORETTE CLUB 

Interested in promoting women's athletics, the club sponsors an intra- 
mural program for young women. Membership in the club is limited to 
those who have achieved success in intramural sports. 

Emblem ---------------- Purple "M" 

OFFICERS 

Margaret Porter ------------- President 

Sella Cassels ------------- Vice-President 

Marjorie Walters ---------- Secretary-Treasurer 

Virginia Gaddy ----------- Intramural Manager 

Jean Kinnaird --------------- Reporter 

MEMBERS 
Carolyn Buck Ollie May Gray 

Ottomese Cassels Annie Lou Heidelberg 

Marguerite Darden Pearl Nobles 

Jean Roberts 
Miss Elizabeth Taylor ------------ Sponsor 

Porter, S. Cassels, Walters, Gaddy, Kinnaird, Buck A M 

O. Cassels, Darden, Gray, Heidelberg, Nobles, Roberts. 




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7:25— Clock goes off with 
that hideous noise. Ho-Hum ! 
Jumps out of bed, throws on 
some clothes and makes it to 
the dining hall just in time 
for breakfast. Hastily downs 
the meal and then back to the 
room. A quick shower and 
take off to class. On way over, 
remembers that forgot to study 
lesson. 

Arrives in class just before 
8 :35 bell. Takes seat and 
scans lesson during roll call. 
Lesson gets under way. ''Will 
you read now?" "Er-uh, I 
couldn't translate that." Hor- 
rors, better study the lesson 
next time. Bell rings at last, 
and class is out. Well, will go 
over to the grill and hang 
around a while. 

"Hi-Ho, boys." Kills 50 
minutes before chapel and 
then to general assembly. 
Wonders half-heartedly what 
program will be like. Speaker 
is introduced. Begins to 
wonder what he is talking 
about. Decides might as well 
study for next class. Chapel 
dismissed. Goes to next lec- 
ture. Prof fires a way about 
Holy Roman Empire. Takes a 
few notes but over head. Prof, 
then announces test for next 
time and lets class out ten 
minutes ahead of time. Another 
hour to pass away. Guesses 
he'll go over to the library and 
look for a book to report on. 
Asks Bill what is a short one. 
"So-and-so" by Whoosis. 0. 
K. Goes up to desk and asks 
for this "So-and-So". Not in 
right now. "If I might sug- 
gest one, this is a particularly 
good work." Glances at 400 
page volume. 

"Uh, I think I've read that 
before. ' ' Thinks a moment. 
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looks around and spots one 
and only. "Hello, whatcha 
doin'?" "Getting up my Eng- 
lish. (Sweetly) This hot 
weather certainly makes one 
thirsty, doesn't it?". (Catches 
hint, but broke) — "Yeah, sure 
does; well, don't study too 
hard. G'bye." 

Gins over to Science Hall 
for coming recitation. Still 
some time, so sits down and 
hope Prof cuts class. No such 
luck — here he comes up steps 
now. Bell rings. First thing — 
a pop test. Wow ! Almost keels 
over. Then — whew ! This is 
the stuff we had last week. 
Knows that. During rest of 
period draws pictures on side 
of notebook page. Comes to 
conclusion that 12:10 classes 
are bad on the appetite. 

1 :05 at last. Goes up to 
room and drops books. Then 
to dinner. A little bit better 
than yesterday. After dinner 
studies a little and then sleeps 
'til suppertime. Well, well, 
surprise ! ! A good supper ! ! A 
good show on downtown, so 
might as well take it in. Talks 
room-mate into going and then 
bums two bits off him for 
showfare. We're off — After 
show walks up Capitol Street 
to see the sights for the 1,543rd 
time. Catches a ride to school. 

Gets there about 10:30. The 
session is under way in Jack's 
room. Hears a dispute, so joins 
in. Tempus fugit, and quickly. 
Goes to room to study. De- 
cides it's too late and resolves 
to get up early in the morning 
and study. 

Sets clock. (Tempus fugits 
some more). Wakes up. Sun is 
shining brightly. Gosh, didn't 
hear alarm. Dial reads 8 :25. 
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MISSISSIPPI 

INDUSTRY 



Dr. H. F. Magee 

Physician and Surgeon 

LAMAR LIFE BUILDING 

Jackson Mississippi 



Hederman Brothers 

PRINTERS 

Blank Book Makers 

Stationers — Lithographers 

6500 JACKSON, MISS. 6501 

DON'T FORGET BOYS AND 
GIRLS WE SELL 

FURNITURE 

Batte Furniture 

JOHN C. BATTE 



Kappa Delta 
There is no girl like a KD girl 
With her smile like the dawn 

of the clay, 
There is no vow like the KD 

vow, 
It's as true as the stars they 

say 
Ami the sweetheart he loves 

wears a KD pin, 
And her love is as deep as 

the sea; 
So she knows she'll he his 
If she vows she will 
By the honor of her KD. 



Fraternity Songs 

Dream Girl of Pi K A 

In the still of the night, 
When you turn down the light, 
There's a memory of a girl in 

your mind ; 
For her sweet little smile 
Makes life worthwhile ; 
If you'll look everywhere, 
You'll find none so sweet 
As this dream girl of mine. 
She is surely divine. 
And I'd lay all I have at her 

feet ; 
For the love of a girl 
Is like the pore of a pearl 
When it comes from the girl 
of my dreams. 

Chorus : 

When the nightbirds are sing- 
ing their love song, 
And you sit by the fireside 

and dream ; 
There's the thought of a girl 
Puts your brain in a whirl — 
For her eyes, like the bright 

embers, gleam ; 
She is fair as the heaven above 

her, 
She is true to the trust that 

she bears ; 
For, though she is far away 
She'll be yours some sweet 

day, 
She's the dream girl of Pi 

K A. 



Compliments of 

McCarty - Holman 



"Say It With Flowers" 

PROGRESSIVE FLORIST FOR 
MORE THAN FORTY YEARS 



Capitol Floral Co. 

LINDSEY CABINESS 



Compliments of 

Cabell Electric Co. 

Jackson Miss. Meridian 



ALBRITTON 

Ice Cream Company 

Phones 4133-4134 

• 
229-231 South Congress 

Jackson, Miss. 



R e m e m b e r ? 

— The place where you bought all those 
good sandwiches; where you purchased 
your textbooks and other classroom ma- 
terials; where the gang gathered for a 
hot drink in winter and a cold drink in 
spring; where you met the friends who 
autographed your Bobashela? Sure, you 
remember. And remember, too, you're 
always welcome here. 

THE GRILL 



DRESS THE PART YOU WANT TO PLAY 




The question now is not ''Do you 
want to play act?", but "Do you 
dress the part you want to play?". 

You may be glamorous ... or 
strikingly plain — It's The Clothes You 
Wear. And. so we say, make your 
clothes investment wisely. You'll find 
our friendly and experienced people 
eager to help you select what is 
individually becoming. 

Big occasions demand clothes in the 
grand manner — and Kennington's 
swings the spotlight on you. 



'■Mississippi's Best Store" KENNINGTON'S Jackson 



Compliments of 

WALTHALL 
HOTEL 



Jackson 



Mississippi 



FIELDS 

224 E. Capitol St. 

CATERING TO THE MILLSAPS 
MISS 



DUKE'S 

APPAREL FOR MEN 

240 EAST CAPITOL STREET 



Compliments of 

Blue Ribbon Creamery 

"Safest Milk You Can Buy" 

Burns & Lacey, Inc. 

STORE FOR MEN 

218 W. CAPITOL STREET 
NEXT TO BOURGEOIS 



Kappa Sigma 's Sweetheart 

To Kappa Sigma 's sweetheart 
Let us drink a toast tonight ; 
She is loyal to the colors, 
To the scarlet, green, and 

white. 
You must confess her loveli- 
ness 
Would set your heart awhirl ; 
Raise a brimming glass 
To the sweetest lass, 
The Kappa Sigma girl. 



K A Sweetheart 

K. A. sweetheart, 
Each Kappa Alpha will sing 
Every praise that your smile 
Through life's journey will 

bring 
Loveliness — and sincerity ere 

will stay 
In the heart of a girl. 
The sunny south 's pearl, 
She's the sweetheart of old 

K. A. 

In the southland 

Down where the magnolia 

grows 
Lives this maiden, her cheeks 

like the crimson rose, 
Other girls like the shadows 

must fade away ; 
She's the fairest I've found 

the whole world around. 
She's the sweetheart of old 

K. A. 



The Sweetheart of Theta Nu 

Of one sweet girl I am dream- 
ing, 

The sweetheart of Theta Nu ; 

True love to her I am bring- 
ing 

A love that will ever be true. 

At night in a moonlight 
garden, 

When stars are shining above, 

I'll tell her the sweetest of 
stories, 

The sweetheart of Theta Nu. 




"Dress Well And Succeed" 

Etheredge Cleaners 

PHONE 801 



BURTON'S 

"JUST A GOOD PLACE TO EAT" 

AIR CONDITIONED 

Jackson Mississippi 



Millsaps Alumni 

SEE AND USE THE 

ROYAL 

TYPEWRITERS 

VISIT US WHEN IN JACKSON 

Sales — Service Supplies 

JACKSON 
TYPEWRITER CO. 

Jackson, Miss. 




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CONFIDENCE is the heritage of youth .... it is also a fundamental 
requirement of business .... attained by long study, training and 



experience 



We have enjoyed the confidence of yearbook Staffs 



throughout the country for over thirty years 



. an accomplishment 



for which we are truly grateful and justly proud .... 

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