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MIRL WHITAKER 
JAMES ARMSTRONG 



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MILLSAPS TODAY IS NEW WITH EXCITEMENT, OUR SOUTH IS 
NEW, THE WORLD ABOUT US IS NEW. PERHAPS WE DID NOT 
START THE TREND, BUT MILLSAPS IS A PART OF IT. WE WILL AS- 
SUME OUR ROLE IN THIS EVERCHANGING PICTURE. 

NEWNESS IS SOMETIMES GLITTERING, SOMETIMES A GIGAN- 
TIC FEARFULNESS. 

FEARFULNESS IN THIS TIME WILL BE DEATH. ONLY CLEAR 
VISION AND INTELLIGENT INSIGHT CAN SEE INTO THE FUTURE 
MORE THAN THE IMMEDIATE CHANGES. CHANGED CURRICU- 
LUM AND A DECREASING PERCENTAGE OF MALE STUDENTS 
ARE ONLY MINOR DIFFERENCES. EXTRA HOURS OF WORK AND 
NEW JOBS WILL BE BUT THE BEGINNING OF THIS NEW ERA. 

THE NEW WORLD MUST BE A COMPLETE WORLD. THERE 
CAN BE NO BLACKED-OUT PEOPLES OR RESTRICTED AREAS. 
FREEDOM MUST BE THE PROPERTY OF ALL MEN, FOR WE MUST 
SHARE IT TO EXERCISE IT. THIS IS WHAT MILLSAPS BELIEVES. 

WE CAN NOT PREDICT THE OUTCOME. HERE WE ONLY AT- 
TEMPT TO PORTRAY SOME OF THE TRENDS OF THE SURGING 
CHANGES ABOUT US. MILLSAPS, YOU ARE YOUNG. TO YOU 
BELONG VISION AND FORESIGHT. WE COMMEND YOU TO 
THE AGES. 

AND HERE WE PRESENT THE NEW MILLSAPS . . . LITTLE HANDS 
ON BIG TASKS. 



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Can this be Millsaps? Yes, perhaps it is now, but with such a 
picture there can be no doubt the boys will come marching back. 




13 OMEHOW IN THE HURRY OF IT ALL, WE GET TO CLASS CO 
CASIONALLY. THE KNOWLEDGE THEREUFON EXTENDED TO 
US BOTHERS US INTO A HAZE. WE DON'T QUITE GRASP ITS 
MEANING. WE SEEK SOMETHING BEYOND THE MERE ACA- 
DEMIC. IT'S NICE TO FIND A FRIEND WHO KNOWS HOW 
YOUTH LIVES. 

BY THE VITALITY OF HIS ACTIONS WE ARE AWARE THAT YALE 
HAS SENT US A TEACHER FOR YOUTH. PROGRESSIVE THOUGHT 
AND LIBERALISM ARE QUALITIES SYNONYMOUS WITH HIS 
NAME. THIS MAN FROM FLORIDA HAS AWAKENED OUR 
SLUMBERING MINDS WITH REALITIES OF THE WORLD WE LIVE IN. 

MORE THAN THIS, HE HAS LED US IN THINKING ABOUT THE 
WORLD WE WILL LIVE IN,- THE WORLD THAT IS EVOLVING FROM 
PRESENT DAY EVENTS AND THE ONE WHICH WE WILL HELP TO 
BUILD. GOING EVEN FURTHER, HE HAS GIVEN US THE HOPE, 
AND SO INSTRUCTED US, THAT THIS WORLD MIGHT BE FASH- 
IONED AFTER THE DESIRES AND NEEDS OF MAN. WE CAN ASK 
FOR NO GREATER HELP THAN THE REALIZATION THAT MAN 
WILL YET KNOW MAN. WE DARE TO HOPE FOR A NEW WORLD 
AND A NEW MILLSAPS. WE ARE THANKFUL FOR WHAT HAS 
BEEN GIVEN US, AND WE WISH TO DEDICATE THIS VOLUME- 
THE NEW MILLSAPS-OF THE BOBASHELA TO HENRY MORTON 
BULLOCK. 

__ WHILE YOU ARE AWAY FROM SCHOOL WE MISS YOU. WE 
ARE ASSURED OF YOUR SUCCESS AND AWAIT YOUR RETURN. 



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PRESIDENT M. L. SMITH 

This year Millsaps College begins the second fifty years of its educational service to 
the youth of Mississippi. Its endowment, national rating, and tradition assure it of con- 
tinued and increasing usefulness. But as important as the endowment and rating are, prob- 
ably the greatest single factor in the life of the college is that "Spirit of Millsaps" which is 
so intangible and yet so surely known by those students and people who get into its life. 

Let me congratulate every person whose opportunity it is to live in this college com- 
munity and whose fortune it is to discover the spirit of Millsaps. 

M. L. SMITH, President. 

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DR. W. E. RIECKEN 
Dean of Men 



MRS. MARY B. STONE 
Dean of Women 



"Dean Bill" Riecken is a good guy. 
He is a many-faceted personality: a 
member of AED, honorary pre-med 
fraternity; a teacher of biology; and 
Dean of Men. 

He is admirably fitted for the 
Dean's desk, possessing an agreeable, 
friendly personality in addition to a 
will very definitely his own. He is a 
clear, concise speaker. What he says, 
you get— whether it be a fact of biol- 
ogly or a matter of student attend- 
ance. 

You're OK, "Dean Bill." 



Mrs. Mary B. Stone, Dean of Wo- 
men, is a very versatile person. Beside 
her duties as Dean, she is a member 
of Chi Delta, honorary literary soror- 
ity, as well as of Sigma Lambda, hon- 
orary leadership sorority. She is ad- 
visor to the Women's Council and is 
an excellent English teacher. 

"I am a rather extroverted person," 
she admits laughingly. 

She is also extremely capable and 
intelligent. She is as well-liked as she 
is likable. Hats off and a hand-shake 
to you, Mrs. Stone, for handling so 
many duties so well. 



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Home of the Gril 

the campus . . 




Where Ed no longer treads 



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Saluting two present faculty members . . 




Room for all— Descartes or Donald Duck 



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7 he FACULTY 

DR. B. E. MITCHELL Mathematics 

PROFESSOR A. G. SANDERS Romance Languages 

DR. OSCAR S. DOOLEY History 

PROFESSSOR ROLFE WUBBLES ... Economics 

MR. CARSON Physical Education 

DR. J. B. PRICE Physics and Chemistry 

DR. ROSS H. MOORE . . History 

MRS. MARY B. STONE English 

MRS. W. F. GOODMAN English 





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MRS. H. W. COBB Spanish 

MISS ELIZABETH CRAIG .... French 

DR. RAY S. MUSGRAVE Psychology 

DR. J. A. FINCHER . Biology 

DR. W. B. HATHORN Bursar 

DR. A. P. HAMILTON Ancient Languages 

PROFESSOR G. L. HARRELL Physics and Astronomy 



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Up the hill from the frat houses . . . 



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Two hundred boys and a bath . . . 



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%? FACULTY 

MRS. ARMAND COULLET . . Music and Ancient Languages 

PROFESSOR R. R. HAYNES Psychology and Education 

DIRECTOR ARMAND COULLET . Band 

DR. HENRY M. BULLOCK Religion 

MISS VIRGINIA THOMAS . . Religion 

MRS. J. L. ROBERTS Piano 

DR. J. M. SULLIVAN . Geology and Chemistry 





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MRS. MASSEY . . . Matron of Burton Hall 

MR. SCOTT T. CONE, JR Assistant Bursar 

MISS MARTHA BENNETT . Secretary to President 

MRS. SMITH . Dietitian 

MRS. COOPER ... Matron of Whitworth Hall 

MRS. JOHNSON Morton of Galloway Hall 

MISS CAROLYN BUFKIN ... ... Assistant Registrar 



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MISTER MAJOR <md . . . 




Mary Emma iFive by Five' Ervin, Miss Mill- 
saps, is one of those people who must find 
plenty to do or explode with repressed energy. 
We are glad to state that she is very far from 
exploding at the present moment. She did her 
bit in winning the war this year with her splen- 
did work in the War Bond Drive, during which 
greenbacks and small change flowed through 
her fingers like quicksilver. Also on her list 
of accomplishments is her organization of the 
famous "Five by Five" Club, limited to those 
with appropriate waistlines. 



MISS HILLSIIVS 



The handsome masculine face looking out 
of this page belongs to Fred Tatum, Master 
Major, who has left us for medical school. 
Some will remember this same face grinning 
out of the PURPLE AND WHITE sporting page 
above its owner's crisp reports of Millsaps 
athletic affairs. Fred comes from a very fa- 
mous Millsaps family indeed. His grandfather's 
portrait hangs on the walls of the chapel, and 
Tatum Classroom is dedicated to that same old 
gentleman, whose name on a bronze plate dec- 
orates the door through which grandson Fred 
has passed many a time. Fred has upheld a 
worthy tradition well. 



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WHO'S 
WHO.. 



MARY EMMA ERVIN . . . 
Secretary - Treasurer of 
the Student Body and 
Miss Millsaps. 

JANICE TRIMBLE . : . . . 
President of Eta Sigma 
Phi, Eta Sigma, and Wo- 
men's Pan-Hellenic. 

CLARINE RUSH 

President of Woman's 

Council and Majorette 
Club. 

SUE McCORMACK . . . 
President of the Y. W. 

ELLIS WILLIAMSON . . . 
President of the Chris- 
tian Council. 

WALTER RIDGWAY 

Vice-President of the 
Student Body and Men's 
Pan-Hellenic. 

CHARLINE HARRIS .... 
Managing Editor of the 
Purple and White. 

DOLORES CRAFT .... 
President of Theta Nu 
Sigma and winner of 
the Bourgeois Medal. 

JAMES ARMSTRONG . . . 
Business Manager of the 
Bobashela and Vice- 
President of ODK. 

FRED TATUM 

President of the Student 
Body and ODK, and 
Master Major. 

HAROLD TURNAGE .... 
Editor of the Purple and 
White. 

RICKETTS CHILDRESS . . . 
Secretary - Treasurer cf 
the Y. M. and Treasurer 
of Christian Council. 





IFTEIt HL EVERY COLLEGE 



Clara Porter— Chi Omega prexy and Bobashela editor No. 3 . . Maury Ross— 
Bobashela business manager No. 2 . . . Mir I Whitaker— Bobashela editor No. 1 . . . 
Katie Richardson— Wields the gavel for Sigma Lambda . Elizabeth Williams— Leader 

in dramatics, debate, and Bobashela editor No. 2 Jim Webb— Pike president and 

Hitler's "prosecutor" . Marie Grubbs— Vice-president of KD and Y. 



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HAS ITS 









Jean Barnett— Phi Mu head Jack King— Doles the pennies for the Purple and 

White Alan Holmes— The power behind the Varsity Shew Babs Boswell — 

No. 1 among the Kappa Deltas Hettie Faye Beasley— Intramurals manager and 

Beta Sig president . . . Reid Bingham— President of the YM . , Jim Stuckenschneider 
—Head of Pre-Med Club and Kappa Sig V.P. 



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OFFICERS 




They look blandly down on the passing mess. 



Buddy Carr, this year's Senior Class President, can look back upon a long and successful ath- 
letic career. He can also look back upon a long list of friends, both eds and co-eds . . . especially 
the latter! His collection of co-eds is famed as one of the wonders of Millsaps. A member of the 
Marine Corps Reserve, Buddy is already amply qualified to take the situation well in hand when he 
lands. 

As editor of the PURPLE AND WHITE, Harold Turnage is already quite a well-known person. 
Now, besides the journalistic quill, he has added to his cap a political feather . . . that of Senior 
Vice-President. He is a member of three honoraries: Kit Kat, Eta Sigma Phi, and ODK. He's a 
Lambda Chi Alpha brother and is featured in the 1943 WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN COLLEGES 
AND UNIVERSITIES. Harold is definitely a "Who's Who" at Millsaps. 

Fanny Wroten, Senior Class Secretary and Treasurer, is a Jill of all trades, belonging to Alpha 
Psi Omega, Kappa Delta Epsilon, Eta Sigma Phi honoraries, and Fhi Mu social sorority. She's 
pledge mother of the latter. Fanny is also a scion of a traditional Millsaps family, for not only 
did her mother and father meet on the campus, but she also has had a brother to graduate from 
the college and has another now in its Sophomore Class. 



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TO THE TYPICAL SENIOR 




Serious thoughts of a practical world hold sway in their scheme of thinking 

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Bending 



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WILLIAM AXTELL . . Madison 

Lambda Chi Alpha 



HAZEL BAILEY Tchula 

Phi Mu 
Y. W. C. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Dean's List 3, 4 ; 
Majorette Club 3, 4; Student Assistant 4 ; Purple 
and White 4; Bobashela 1; Eta Sigma Phi 3, 4; 
Kappa Delta Epsilon 3, 4. 



ADEN BARLOW 

Pi Kappa Alpha 



Jackson 



4; Majorette Club 1, 2, 3, 4 ; President 2; Intra- 
murals Manager 3, 4; Dean's List 4; Feature 
Section Bobashela 2, 3, 4; Purple and White 

2, 4; Student Assistant 2, 3, 4; Christian Council 
4; Beta Sigma Omicron Secretary 2; President 

3, 4; Woman's Council 3. 



ALICE BENDING .... Laurel 

Phi Mu 
Y. W. C. A. 3, 4; Jones Junior College 1, 2; 
Y. Honor Roll 3; Student Assistant 3, 4 ; Bee- 
thoven Club 3, 4. 



JEAN KELLY BARNETT Jackson 

Phi Mu 
Y. W. C. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Y. Cabinet 4 ; Millsaps 
Singers 3; Dean's List 3; Dramatic Club 1, 2, 
3, 4; Majorette Club 2, 3, 4; Vice-President 4; 
President 3; President of Phi Mu 4. 



HETTIE FAYE BEASLEY Bentcn 

Beta Sigma Omicron 
Y. W. C. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Kappa Delta Epsilcn 4; 
Sigma Lambda 4; Pan-Hellenic 3, 4; Secretary 



BARBARA BOSWELL Sanatorium 

Kappa Delta 
Y. W. C. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Y. Cabinet 4; Y. 
Honor Roll 3; Woman's Council 3, 4; Pan- 
Hellenic 4; Science Club 1 , 2, 3, 4; Secretary 
3, 4 ; Purple and White 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Millsaps 
Singers 2, 3, 4; Beethoven Club 1 , 2, 3, 4 ; Chi 
Delta 2, 3, 4; Secretary cf Kappa Delta 3 ; 
President 4. 



HARRIS BRISTER 



Jackson 



Phi Delta Theta 



INVADED MILLSAPS AS 



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Burdette 
Craft 



Busby 
Crisler 



Carr 
Dawkins 



Catledge 
Doggatt 



Glabb 



GENEVIEVE BURDETTE Jackson 

Chi Omega 
Y. W. C. A. 1, 2, 3; Science Club 1, 2; 
Ramblers' Club 3. 



MARY LEE BUSBY Meridian 

Phi Mu 
Y. W. C. A. 1, 2, 3 ; Dean's List 3, 4, Student 
Assistant 2, 3, 4; Bobashela 1, 2; Purple and 
White 1, 2; Managing Editor Freshman Edition 
1; Kappa Delta Epsilon 3, 4; Vice-President 4; 
Treasurer of Phi Mu 3, 4. 



R. G. CARR Monticello 

Kappa Sigma 
Hinds Junior College 1, 2; Basketball 3; M. 
Club 3, 4; President 4 ; President of Senior 
Class 4. 



DICK CATLEDGE Webb 

Kappa Sigma 
Junior College 1, 2; Track 3; Football 3, 4; 
M. Club 3, 4 ; Dean's List 3, 4. 

DOLORES CRAFT . . . Jackson 

Empyreans 
Y. W. C. A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Science Club 2, 3; 
Science Academy 4; Dean's List 2, 3, 4; Travelli 



Scholarship 3; Bourgeois Medal 3; Eta Sigma 
Phi 2, 3, 4; Treasurer 4; Eta Sigma 3, 4; Student 
Assistant 3, 4; Glee Club 4; Freshman Scholar- 
ship,- Ramblers' Club 3; Theta Nu Sigma A- 
President 4 ; Secretary of Empyreans 4; Who's 
Who in American Colleges 4. 



HERBERT CRISLER . . Bay Springs 

Pi Kappa Alpha 
Y. M. C. A. 1, 2; Bobashela Literary Editor 4; 
Band 1; Science Club 2; Kit Kat 4; Purple and 
White 1,2, 3, 4 ; Co-Editor of Freshman Edition 
I; News Editor 3; Department Editor 2, 4. 



EDWIN DAWKINS Jackson 

Lambda Chi Alpha 
Science Club 1, 2; Science Academy 4 ; Mu- 
sical Majors 1; Ramblers' Club 3; Dramatic 
Club 4. 



MAYE EVELYN DOGGETT Kossuth 

Chi Omega 
Y. W. C. A. 1, 4 ; Y. Cabinet 4; Beethoven 
Club 2; Glee Club 2; Eta Sigma Phi 2, 3, 4 ; 
Secretary 3; Dean's List 3 ; Student Assistant 3; 
Blue Ridge Delegate 3; Kappa Delta Epsilon 
3, 4; Treasurer of Chi Omega 4. 



"LER INVADED WARSAW 



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Guerry 



Harold 
Haeuser 



Geiselman 
Harris 



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MARY EMMA ERVIN Inverness 

Kappa Delta 
Y. W. C. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Pre-Med Club 1, 2, 
3, 4; Science Club 1, 2 ; Alpha Epsilon Delta 
3, 4 ; Sigma Lambda 3, 4; Vice-President 4; 
Vice-President of Pan-Hellenic 4; Feature Sec- 
tion Bobashela 4; Secretary-Treasurer of Stu- 
dent Body 4; Miss Millsaps 4; Who's Who in 
American Colleges 4. 



ESTER GUERRY Glen Allen 

Empyreans 
Judson College 1 ; Sunflower Junior College 
2, 3; Science Academy 4. 



CECIL HAEUSER New Orleans, La. 

Beta Sigma Omicron 
International Relations Club 3, 4; Vice-Presi- 
dent of Beta Sigma Omicron 4. 



MARTHA GAYDEN HAROLD 
Kappa Delta 



Brandon 



Myles 



STANLEY GEISELMAN 

Empyreans 
Hinds Junior College 1, 2 ; Ministerial League 
3, 4 ; Ramblers' Club 3. 



CHARLINE MINTER HARRIS Canton 

Kappa Delta 
Y. W. C. A. 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 1; Dean's List 
2; Purple and White 1 , 2, 3; Freshman Editor 1; 
Managing Editor of Co-Ed Edition 2; Make-up 
Editor 2; Managing Editor 3; Editor of Co-Ed 
Edition 3 ; Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3; Alpha Psi 
Omega 2, 3; Secretary 3; Chi Delta 3; Sigma 
Lambda 3; Secretary-Treasurer of Sophomore 
Class 2; Who's Who in American Colleges 3. 



RUTH GIBBONS . . Jackson 

Kappa Delta 
Millsaps Singers 1, 2, 3, 4; Vice-President 3, 
4 ; Beethoven Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Vice-President 4 ; 
Student Asistant 3, 4 ; Eta Sigma Phi 2, 3, 4; 
Kappa Delta Epsilon 3, 4. 



CORNELIA ARMISTEAD HARRISON Jackson 
Phi Mu 
Belhaven 1; Y. W. C. A. 2; Pre-Med Club 

2, 3, 4 ; Alpha Epsilon Delta 3, 4; Eta Sigma Phi 

3, 4; Bobashela 3. 



BEGINS THE SECOND HALF 



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Holcomb 
King 



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Holder 
Lampe 



Jolly 
Martin 



Keenan 
McKeown 



BETTY JO HOLCOMB Jackson 

Chi Omega 



JIM HOLDER Winona 

Pi Kappa Alpha 
Y. M. C. A. 1, 2, 3 ; Y. Cabinet 3; Purple and 
White 3; Millsaps Singers 2, 3; Business Mana- 
ger 3; Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3; Alpha Psi Omega 
2, 3; President 3; Debate Club 1, 2, 3; Science 
Academy 3; Dean's List 3; Executive Committee 
for Religious Emphasis Week 3; War Council 3; 
Tennis I; Alpha Epsilon Delta 3; S. E. B. 3. 



ROGER JOLLY 

Ministerial League 1, 2, 3, 4. 



Meridian 



FRANCES KEENAN Jackson 

Phi Mu 
University of Chicago 1, 3 ; International Re- 
lations Club 4. 



JACK KING Jackson 

Pi Kappa Alpha 
Y. M. C. A. 1, 2, 3 ; Y. Cabinet 2, 3; Pre-Med 
Club 1, 2, 3; Alpha Epsilon Delta 2, 3; Science 



Club 1, 2 ; Dean's List 3; Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3 ; 
Business Manager 3; Alpha Psi Omega 3; Men's 
Pan-Hellenic 3; Millsaps Singers 1, 2; Purple 
and White 1, 2, 3; Assistant Business Manager 
3 ; Omicron Delta Kappa 3; Vice-President 3; 
President of Pi Kappa Alpha 3. 



MILLICENT LAMPE . Jackson 

Kappa Delta 
Y. W. C. A. 1, 2, 3; Majorette Club 2, 3, 4; 
Pre-Med Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 4; Band 
1, 2; Feature Section Bobashela 1, 2, 3, 4. 



ALTHEA MARTIN 



Kappa Delta 



Midnight 



VIRGINIA McKEOWN . . Vicksburg 

Phi Mu 
Y. W. C. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Dean's List 2, 3, 4 
Chi Delta 2, 3, 4; Vice-President 3; President 4 
Kappa Delta Epsilon 3, 4 ; Student Assistant 3 
Dramatic Club 1; Freshman Scholarship 1 ; Phi 
Mu Officer 3, 4. 



THE MILLSAPS CENTURY 



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Ogden 



Minyard 
Pearson 



Neill 
Price 



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WILLIAM MARION McGOUGH Catchings 

Pi Kappa Alpha 
Band 1, 2; Debate Club 1, 2; President 1 
Student Assistant 3 ; Pre-Law Club 1, 2, 3, 4 
Delta Kappa Delta 3, 4; Eta Sigma Phi 3, 4 
Literati 4. 



D. T. MEASELLES 

Lambda Chi Alpha 



Jackson 



3; Kit Kat 3, 4 ; S. E. B. 3; Kappa Sigma Offi- 
cer 4. 



JAMES OGDEN Hattiesburg 

Kappa Alpha 
Y. M. C. A. 1 , 2 ; Purple and White 1 , 2; Band 
1, 4 ; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Dean's List 4; Inter- 
national Relations Club 3, 4. 



VIRGINIA MINYARD Jackson 

Kappa Delta 
Y. W. C. A. I, 2, 3, 4 ; Freshman Scholarship 
1; Millsaps Singers 1, 2, 3; Pre-Med Club 1, 2, 
3, 4 ; Alpha Epsilon Delta 2, 3, 4; Secretary 4; 
Student Assistant 3, 4; Science Club 1, 2, 3, 
Kappa Delta Epsilon 3, 4; Beethoven Club 1, 
2, 3; Dramatic Club 1, 2; Treasurer of Kappa 
Delta 3, 4. 



WALTER NEILL 



Ellisville 



ROBERT DODD PEARSON Jackson 

Pi Kappa Alpha 
Y. M. C. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Dean's List 3, 4; 
Science Club 2, 3; Millsaps Singers 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Alpha Epsilon Delta 3, 4. 



VIRGINIA PRICE . . Canton 

Kappa Delta 
Y. W. C. A. I, 2, 3; Beethoven Club 1, 2, 3, 
4; Millsaps Singers 1, 2, 3, 4. 



Pi Kappa Alpha 



ROBERT GEORGE NICHOLS, JR. Jackson 

Kappa Sigma 
Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, A- Secretary 3; Presi- 
dent 4 ; Alpha Psi Omega 1, 2, 3, 4; President 



LLOYD BINFORD RICHARDSON Raymond 

Kappa Sigma 
Y. M. C. A. 1; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Football 
1, 2; Track 1, 2; Ramblers' Club 4; Dean's List 
3, 4. 



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CATHERINE LAWSON RICHARDSON Jackscn 
Chi Omega 
Y. W. C. A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Y. Cabinet 4; Christian 
Council 2, 3, 4; Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee 
Club 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Millsaps Singers 2, 3, 4; Wo- 
man's Asso. 1, 2 ; Co-Ed Union 3; B. S. U. 2, 3, 
4 ; Beethoven Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Treas. 3; Pres. A- 
Eta Sigma Fhi 2, 3, 4 ; Sec. 4; Sigma Lambda 3, 
4 ; Pres. 4; Alpha Psi Omega 4; P. and W. 1,2, 
3, 4 ; Dept. Editor 3, 4; Bus. Mgr. of Co-Ed Edi- 
tion 3; Bobashela 3, 4; Class Editor 3, 4; Exec. 
Committee for Religious Emphasis Week, 3, 4 ; 
Feature Section Bobashela 4; Blue Ridge Dele- 
gate 3 ; Vice-President of Chi Omega 4. 

KATHERINE RIDDELL ... Jackson 

Phi Mu 
Y. W. C. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Vice-President 3 
Y. Cabinet 3, 4; Woman's Association 1, 2 
Co-Ed Union 3; Christian Council 3; Ramblers' 
Club 3; Science Club 3; Dramatic Club 3; Ma- 
jorette Club 4; First Vice-President of Phi Mu 3. 

WALTER S. RIDGWAY . . . Jackson 

Kappa Alpha 
Y. M. C. A. 1 ,2, 3 ; Y. Cabinet 2, 3; Science 
Club 1, 2; Millsaps Singers 1, 2, 3; President 3; 
Club 1, 2; Millsaps Singers 1, 2, 3; Pres. 3; 
Dean's List 2, 3; Christian Council 3; A. E. D. 
2, 3; O. D. K. 3; Vice-Pres. of Freshman Class 
1 ,- Vice-Pres. of Sophomore Class 2; Vice-Pres. 
of Student Body 3; Pres. of K. A., 3; Who's Who 
in American Colleges 3. 



SYLVIA ROBERTS Jackson 

Phi Mu 
Y. W. C. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Millsaps Singers 
1, 2, 3, 4 ; Secretary 3, 4; Dramatic Club 1, 2; 
Beethoven Club 3. 

JACQUELINE ROGERS Jackscn 

Kappa Delta 
Stephens College 1, 2; Y. W. C. A. 3, 4; 
Millsaps Singers 3, 4. 

HELEN MAE RUOFF Jackson 

Chi Omega 

Y. W. C. A. 1, 2, 3 ; Glee Club 1 ; Majorette 
Club 1, 2, 3, 4 ; P. and W. 2, 3, 4; Society Editor 
3 ; Bobashela 2, 3, 4, I. R. C. 2, 3, 4; K. D. E. 
3, 4; Sigma Lambda 3, 4; Feature Section Bob- 
ashela 3, 4 ; Treas. of Chi Omega 3; Pres. 4. 
CLARINE RUSH Vaughan 

Beta Sigma Omicron 

Y. W. C. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Y. Cabinet 4; B. S. U. 
1 ,- Woman's Council 2, 3; Sec. 3; Pres. 4; Ma- 
jorette Club 2, 3, 4 ; Pres. 4 ; K. D. E. 3, 4; Sigma 
Lambda 4; S. E. B. 4; Vice-Pres. of S. W. A. A. 
4 ; B. S. O. Editor 2; Cor. Sec. 3; Warden 4. 
ALFORD MILLER SCHULTZ Natchez 

Ministerial League 3, 4. 
CHARLES SCOTT Yazoo City 

Kappa Alpha 

Y. M. C. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Dramatic Club 1, 2, 
3, 4 ; Alpha Psi Omega 2, 3, 4; Pre-Law Club 
1, 2, 3, 4 ; Delta Kappa Delta 2, 3, 4; Debate 
Club 1, 2; Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4. 



fHE SITUATION BEFORE THEM 



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Scott 



Sells 


Shanks 


Simpson 


Smith 


Stroud 


C. Stubblefield 


J. Stubblefield 


Tatum 



T H E 



& 



etuoA, 



THOMAS B. SCOTT, JR. 

Kappa Alpha 



Jackson 



ELLENITA SELLS Jackson 

Empyreans 
Y. W. C. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Y. Cabinet 4 ; Millsaps 
Singers 1, 2, 3, 4; Kappa Delta Epsilon 4; Vice- 
President 4 ; Eta Sigma Phi 4- Sigma Lambda 4; 
Student Assistant 3, 4 ; Christian Council A- 
Woman's Council 4. 



CALVIN STUBBLEFIELD Yazoo City 

Pi Kappa Alpha 
Science Club 1; Pre-Med Club 1 ; Ramblers' 
Club 2; Dean's List 4. 



JOE STUBLEFIELD 

Kappa Sigma 



Brandon 



BILL SHANKS Jackson 

Lambda Chi Alpha 
President of Lambda Chi Alpha 3; Omicron 
Delta Kappa 3. 

DOROTHY SIMPSON DeKalb 

Beta Sigma Omicron 

EUGENE SMITH Jackson 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon 

POLLY STROUD Louise 

Empyreans 
Y. W. C. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Y. Cabinet 3, 4; Chris- 
tian Council 3, 4; Vice-President 4 ; Dean's List 
3, 4 ; Majorette Club 3, 4; Glee Club 2, 4; Bee- 
thoven Club 2, 3; Kappa Delta Epsilon A- Vice- 
President Empyreans 4. 



FRED E. TATUM . Hattiesburg 

Kappa Sigma 
Y. M. C. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Y. Cabinet 2, 3, 4 
Christian Council 4; Pre-Med Club 1, 2, 3, 4 
Alpha Epsilon Delta 3, A- Vice-President 3 
President A- Delegate National Convention 3 
Science Club 2, 3; Cheerleader 2; Baseball 
Manager 2; Intramurals Manager 3; Purple and 
White Staff 1, 2, 3, 4; Sports Editor 3, 4; 
Bobashela Staff 2; Eta Sigma 3, A- Omicron 
Delta Kappa 3, 4; President 4; Topper Club 
3, 4 ; President 4 ; Dean's List 2, 3, 4 ; Student 
Assistant 3 ; International Relations Club 4 ; 
Recreational Council 4; Executive Committee 
for Religious Emphasis Week 3, 4 ; War Council 
4; Pan-Hellenic 4; Treasurer of Kappa Sigma 3; 
Fresident 4; President of Student Body 4; S. E. 
B. 4; Who's Who in American Colleges 4 ; 
Master Major 4. 



PREPARES TO LIVE IN 



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Thompson 
E. Williamson 



Trimble 



J. Wil 



Turnage 
Wilson 




William. 



CuMd * * 



THELMA THOMPSON .... Jackson 
Chi Omega 
Belhaven 1, 2; Y. W. C. A. 3; Purple and 
White 3; Beethoven Club 3; Glee Club 3. 

JANICE TRIMBLE Natchez 

Phi Mu 
Y. W. C. A. 1 , 2, 3, 4 ; Treasurer 4; Y. Cabinet 
4; Pan-Hellenic 3, 4; President 4; Woman's 
Council 4; Vice-President 4; S. E. B. 4; Sigma 
Lambda 3, 4 ; Secretary-Treasurer 4; Eta 
Sigma 3, 4; President 4; Eta Sigma Phi 
2, 3, 4 ; Vice-President 3; President 4; Chi Delta 
2, 3, 4; Reporter 4; Kappa Delta Epsilon 3, 4; 
Treasurer 4; Majorette Club 2, 3, 4; Secretary- 
Treasurer 3, 4; Purple and White 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Copy Editor 3, 4 ; Dramatic Club 1, 2 ; Student 
Assistant 3, 4 ; Bourgeois Medal 2; Clark Essay 
Medal 3; Tribbett Scholarship 4; Dean's List 
2, 3, 4; Secretary of Phi Mu 4; Who's Who in 
American Colleges 4. 

HAROLD TURNAGE . Yazoo City 

Lambda Chi Alpha 
Junior College 1, 2 ; Kit Kat 3, A- Secretary 
4; Eta Sigma Phi 3, A- International Relations 
Club 4; Omicron Delta Kappa 4; President A- 
Purple and White 3, 4; Staff Editor 3; Editor 4; 
Recreational Council 4; Executive Committee 
for Religious Emphasis Week A- Student Assist- 
ant 3; War Bond Committee 4; Dean's List 4; 
Vice-President of Senior Class 4; Who's Who in 
American Colleges 4. 



MIRL WHITAKER . . Sardis 

Pi Kappa Alpha 
Wood Junior College 1, 2 ; Y. M. C. A. 3, 4; 
Bcbashela 3, A- Photography Editor 3; Editor 4. 

FRANK BRYAN WILLIAMS, II Jackson 

Kappa Sigma 
Y. M. C. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Y. Cabinet 3, 4 ; 
Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4 ; President 4 ; Student 
Assistant 3; Scholarship 4 ; International Rela- 
tions Club 3, 4; President 4; President of State 
International Relations Club 4 ; Treasurer of 
Kappa Sigma 4. 

W. ELLIS WILLIAMSON Jackson 

Y. M. C. A. 1, 2, 3 ; Y. Cabinet 2, 3; Min- 
isterial League 1, 2, 3; President 2; Christian 
Council 2, 3; President 3; S. E. B. 2, 3; Omicron 
Delta Kappa 3; Who's Who in American Col- 
leges 3. 

JAMES WILLIAMSON Philadelphia 

ED WILSON ... Vicksburg 

Kappa Sigma 

FRANCES WROTEN . Columbus 

Phi Mu 
M. S. C. W. 1; Y. W. C. A. 2, 3, 4 ; Glee Club 
2, 3, 4 ; Millsaps Singers 2, 3, 4; Beethoven 
Club 2, 3; Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4; Vice-President 
4; Woman's Council 3, 4; Purple and White A- 
Alpha Psi Omega 3, 4; Eta Sigm Phi 3, 4; 
Secretary-Treasurer of Senior Class A- Vice- 
President of Phi Mu 3, 4. 



THE WORLD AFTER THE WAR 



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This is Buddy Wofford's third year at Millsaps. It is also his third year as President of his 
class— an honor he first started winning in his freshman year. If Uncle Sam had not interfered, 
it would have been a fairly safe bet that Buddy would have consistently won the Senior presi- 
dency in his fourth year, thus perfectly rounding out a career as B.M.O.C. which is already 
something to be proud of. Politically, scholastically, and personally speaking, Buddy is tops. 



OFFICERS 




They look blandly about, so glad lhal troubles don't bother therr 



Jitterbugs already know Dan Wright as the proprietor of a band which was going places 
in those dear dead days beyond recall. Dan, an accomplished musician, is Junior Vice-President 
as well. Like most of our 1-A, A-l boys, Dan is now in the army. 

One look at Emma Gene Gainey's dark beauty will tell you why the heart of James Stucken- 
schneider is all aflutter these days. Emma Gene in the flesh would make your own heart flutter 
—if you are of the masculine gender. Emma Gene is Secretary of her class, and we predict a 
brilliant success for her in whatever she undertakes that requires beauty, brains, and charm. She 
shone recently as an actress in one of Dr. White's plays, "Suppressed Desires." 



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fins... 

TO THE T I M (' I L .1 I \ Ml II 




Life is so full of wonders and beautiful women that care- 
less Freshman-days and serious Senior-days are cast aside 



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THE 



'lUUQSl 






JEAN ACKLEY 


Jackson 


^ 


Phi Mu 






RAY ADAMS 


Jackson 


*■•■•■ Jp 


Empyreans 




r\ , 1 


SARA JEAN APPLEWHITE . . 
Beta Sigma Omicron 


Winona 




BETH BARRON . . . Crysta 


Springs 




Chi Omega 





REID BINGHAM Gulfport 

Kappa Alpha 



MARTHA BOGER 



Hattiesburg 



Phi Mu 



MARY ALICE BOYLES . . Jackson 

Beta Sigma Omicron 

DUNCAN BRACKIN State College 

Pi Kappa Alpha 

D. T. BROCK Jackson 

Kappa Alpha 



ALMA ELIZABETH BROWN 
Kappa Delta 

ELIZABETH WILLIAMS . . 

Kappa Delta 

CHARLES CARMICHAEL 

Kappa Sigma 

RICKETTS CHILDRESS . . 

Empyreans 

RACHEL CONNER . . 

Phi Mu 

R. NELSON DAVIS 

Kappa Alpha 



Jackson 



Jackson 



Jackson 



Jackson 



Jackson 



Terry 



CHARLES DENT Marked Tree, Ark. 

Kappa Sigma 

LEE DICKSON Mt. Olive 

Kappa Sigma 



SUENETTE DINKINS 

Phi Mu 



Jackson 



Ackley, Adams, Applewhite, Barron, Bingham, Boger, 

Boyles, Brackin, Brock, Brown, Williams, Carmichael, 

Childress, Conner, Davis, Dent, Dickson, Dinkins, Exum, 

Felder 



KINCHEN EXUM Jackson 

Pi Kappa Alpha 

EVERETT FELDER McComb 



DERIVES HAPPINESS FROM 



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EMMA GENE GAINEY Meridian 

Phi Mu 



JOHN GREER Summit 



Gainey, Greer, Grubbs, Guyton, Harkins, Harper, Harris, 
Henry, Hix, Holston, Holyfield, Ingram, Jackson, Jura- 
schek, King, Lindsay, Lowe, Lowther, Magee, Malonc 



MARIE GRUBBS ... Philadelphia 

Kappa Delta 



ANNIE MARION GUYTON 
Kappa Detla 

GEORGE HARKINS . . 
Empyreans 

MAXINE HARPER . . . 
Fhi Mu 

CHARLINE HARRIS 

Kappa Delta 



Pickens 



Gloster 



Brandon 



Canton 



BETTY HENRY .... Yazoo City 
Chi Omega 

MITTIE HIX Jackson 

Chi Omega 

JAMES HOLSTON .... Wiggins 
Empyreans 

BOBBY HOLYFIELD Poplarville 

Pi Kappa Alpha 

RUTH INGRAM Bogalusa, La. 

Beta Sigma Omicron 

VAN JACKSON. JR. . . Decatur 

Pi Kapa Alpha 

ROBERT JURASCHEK Chicago, III. 

Pi Kappa Alpha 

JACK KING Jackson 

Pi Kappa Alpha 

MARY THORNTON LINDSAY Pelahatchie 



CARROLL LOWE .... 


Jackson 


Kappa Delta 




JOHN LOWTHER . . . 


Florence 


CURTIS MAGEE .... 


Jackson 


Kapa Sigma 




JOHN MALONE .... 


Jackson 




THEIR CAREFREE SPIRITS 



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THE 



'mum, 




Mayo, Miller, Mitchell, Montgomery, Morrow, Morson, 

Murphree, Murphy, McCormack, McCullen, McMillan, 

Neilson, Nelson, Payne, Porter, Railsback, Raynham, 

Rhea, Richardson, Robinson 



MARY ANN MAYO . . . Hattiesburg 
Phi Mu 

LOUISE MILLER ... Hazlehurst 

Kappa Delta 

CARROLL MITCHELL . . Plantersville 

Pi Kappa Alpha 

VIRGINIA MONTGOMERY . . Jackson 

JOHNNY MORROW . . Forest 

Pi Kappa Alpha 

PRISCILLA MORSON . . Jackson 

Beta Sigma Omicron 

DORIS MURFHREE . . Calhoun City 

Chi Omega 

MARJORIE MURPHY Jackson 

Empyreans 

SUE McCORMACK . . Corinth 

Beta Sigma Omicron 

DAN McCULLEN . . Jackson 

Pi Kappa Alpha 

GERALD McMILLAN . . . McComb 

Kappa Sigma 

ALICE NEILSCN Lexington 

Chi Omega 

WAUDINE NELSON Madison 

DOYE PAYNE Gulfport 

Beta Sigma Omicron 

CLARA PORTER . . Jackson 

Chi Omega 

LEE RAILSBACK . . Jackson 

Kappa Sigma 

DOROTHY RAYNHAM Jackson 

Kappa Delta 

CHARLES RHEA . . Holly Springs 

Pi Kappa Alpha 

VERA MAE RICHARDSON . . Jackson 
Kappa Delta 

BREWSTER ROBINSON Quitman 

Kappa Alpha 



BELIEVES PLEASURE IS A GOAL 



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MAURY ROSS Drew 

Pi Kappa Alpha 

VIRGINIA SHERMAN . . . Charleston 
Chi Omega 

OTIS SINGLETARY . . New Orleans, La. 
Pi Kappa Alpha 

KATHLEEN STANLEY . State College 

Kapa Delta 

HUNTER STOKES .... Columbus 
Lambda Chi Alpha 

JAMES STUCKENSCHNEIDER . Columbus 
Kappa Sigma 

CHARLES WALKER . . . Sanatorium 
Kappa Sigma 

JULIA WASSON .... Greenville 
Beta Sigma Omicron 



JAMES WEBB 


Brandon 


Pi Kappa Alpha 




ANNE LOUISE WEST . . 


Jackson 


Chi Omega 




MARTIN WHITE .... 


Raymond 


Pi Kappa Alpha 




M. J. WILLIAMS .... 


Jackson 


Lambda Chi Alpha 




MARY LOUISE WILSON . . 


. Jackson 


DONALD WINNER . . . 


Jackson 


Kappa Sigma 




BUDDY WOFFORD 


. Drew 


Pi Kappa Alpha 




NOEL WOMACK .... 


Jackson 


Kappa Sigma 




DAN WRIGHT .... 


Jackson 


Lambda Chi Alpha 





MARY FRANCES YOUNG . . Jackson 
DONALD YOUNGBLOOD . . Meadville 




ALMA 2ENFELL 



Empyreans 



Vicksburg 



Ross, Sherman, Singletary, Stanley, Stokes, Stucken- 

schnelder. Walker, Wasson, Webb, West, White, Williams, 

Wilson, Winner, Wofford, Womack, Wright, Young, 

Youngblood, Zenfell 



HAT ALL MAY SHARE 



Page 45 



7ke S P H M 



"Hi, Frye, what's fryin'?" . . . When they say this, you know the're talking to Harry Frye, 
Fresident of the Sophomore Class. Harry's an all-round good guy— a hot tennis player as well as a 
capable politician and an able student. Since Harry belongs to the Army Reserves, by the time 
you read this he'll probably be learning his P's and Q's at a military s'hool rather than at Mill- 
saps. He's a great guy, Frye, and let's hope that he never jumps out of the Frying Pan into the 
fire. 

Billy Shackelford, in his sophomore year, is already a Little Big Shot, having copped the Vice- 
Presidency of his class as well as distinguishing himself in various other ways. Net the least of 
these is his engaging personality and the intellectual expression he always wears. There is 
plenty behind that expression, tco— or we wouldn't be writing about him on this page. 



OFFICERS . . 




They are ready to fire away on anything 



French students would call Carolyn Myers "chic", or maybe "petite." We who knew no 
French call her a swell girl who, in spite of being Secretary-Treasurer of her class, hasn't even 
the beginnings cf a swelled head. Carolyn, after all this well-earned triumph, is on her way to 
a deserved success as a member cf that exlusive, ncn-existent scrcrity— B.W.O.C. 



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RE CLASS... 

TO THE Tll'lfll, Ml r II II II II 1:1: 




Big words and subtle conclusions are just everyday occurrences. The 

world is sorely suffering for not having discovered these proponents of 

Einstein and Dorothy Dix 



Page 47 



THE 





f$ ft d 





Allen, Arant, Baird, Bass, Bell, Berry, Bingham, Brian, 

D. Calloway, Ja. Calloway, Je. Calloway, Byrd, Carl, 

Carter, Chatham, Clarlcson, Clifford, Cochran, E. Cravens, 

L. Cravens 



CHARLES ALLEN .... Hazlehurst 
Pi Kappa Alpha 

FLORA MAE ARANT . . . Magee 

Kappa Delta 

MADELINE BAIRD . . . Louisville 

Chi Omega 

PHIL BASS Wallace. Va. 

Kappa Alpha 

RALPH BELL Star 

ELEANOR BERRY Jackson 

CHARLES BINGHAM Gulfport 

Kappa Alpha 

BETTY BRIEN .... Arlington, Va. 
Phi Mu 

DEAN CALLOWAY . Louisville 

Pi Kappa Alpha 

JAMES CALLOWAY Louisville 

Pi Kappa Alpha 

JEAN CALLOWAY Indianola 

Pi Kappa Alpha 

GENE BYRD ... Jackson 

Beta Sigma Omicron 

JOAN CARL . . Jackson 

Kappa Delta 

BILLY CARTER Lexington 

Kappa Sigma 

J. W. CHATHAM Rose Hill 

Pi Kappa Alpha 

N. E. CLARKSON . . Jackson 

Kappa Sigma 

DICK CLIFFORD Quitman 

SARAH COCHRAN . . . Atlanta, Ga. 
Kappa Delta 

ELIZABETH CRAVENS .... Boyle 
Beta Sigma Omicron 

LENA CRAVENS Boyle 

Beta Sigma Omicron 



SEARCHES FOR WORDS AND IDEAS 



Page 48 



GlaU 



BILLIE JANE CROUT . . . Jackson 
Beta Sigma Omicron 

CLIFF DAVIS .... New Albany 
Sigma Phi Epsilon 

JEAN DAY .... Memphis, Tenn. 
Phi Mu 

CORINNE DOTY .... Lexington 
Chi Omega 

MILDRED DYCUS Jackson 

Beta Sigma Omicron 

HARRY FRYE Jackson 

Lambda Chi Alpha 



Crout, Davis, Day, Doty, Dycus, Frye, Garraway, Gaskin, 

Glaze, Griffin, Guion, Harris, Hayes, Hollingsworth, 

Ho worth, B. Jones, C. Jones, Kern, Lancaster, Leach 



TOM GARRAWAY . . . 


Jackson 


Kappa Sigma 




MARGARET GASKIN . . 


Jackson 


Beta Sigma Omicron 




JACK GLAZE 


Pelahatchie 


Pi Kappa Alpha 




BONNIE GRIFFIN .... 


Areola 


Kappa Delta 




DONNIE GUION . . . . 


Benton 


Kappa Sigma 




REBA HARRIS .... 


Mendenhall 


HELEN HAYES 


Kosciusko 


Chi Omega 




BOB HOLLINGSWORTH 


Itta Bena 


Pi Kappa Alpha 




CARL HOWORTH . . . 


Jackson 


BUDDY JONES 


Jackson 


Lambda Chi Alpha 




CHARLOTTE JONES . . . 


Prentiss 


Beta Sigma Omicron 




JANE KERN 


Louise 


Chi Omega 




MIRIAM LANCASTER . . . 


Sunflower 


Chi Omega 




HARRY LEACH .... 


Jackson 


Kappa Sigma 






JT NOT KNOWLEDGE 



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THE 



£&pJta< 



m(He 




Lemly, Lipscomb, Litton, Longinotti, Magruder, Majure, 

H. Mathis, S. Mathis, Maxwell, Mizell, Mounger, Myers, 

McLaurin, McGehee, McWilliams, Phillips, Platte, Poole, 

Posey, Ray 



MATT LEMLY . . . Jackson 

Lambda Chi Alpha 

JULIAN LIPSCOMB .... Jackson 
Kappa Alpha 

GLADYS LITTON Shaw 

Beta Sigma Omicron 

JAMES LONGINOTTI ... Durant 

Kappa Alpha 

MARJORIE MAGRUDER . Jackson 

Kappa Delta 

MAUD ELLA MAJURE Brandon 

Phi Mu 

HILLMAN MATHIS .... Corinth 
Pi Kappa Alpha 

SHELBY MATHIS .... Jackson 

Pi Kappa Alpha 

BROWNELL MAXWELL Georgetown 

Beta Sigma Omicron 

DON MIZELL Jackson 

Pi Kappa Alpha 

MARJORIE MOUNGER . . . Jackson 
Phi Mu 

CAROLYN MYERS . . . Philadelphia 
Beta Sigma Omicron 

MIKE McLAURIN Hollandale 

Pi Kappa Alpha 

HELEN McGEHEE .... Jackson 
Phi Mu 

MELDON McWILLIAMS Yazoo City 

Pi Kappa Alpha 

MALCOLM PHILLIPS Lexington 

Kappa Sigma 

PATRICIA PLATTE . . Vicksburg 

Zeta Tau Alpha 

JOHN POOLE Jackson 

Empyreans 

SARA KATHLEEN POSEY Philadelphia 

Kappa Delta 



WILSON RAY 



Sherman 



Empyreans 



EXPLAINS EVERYTHING 



Page 50 



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HARRIET REAGAN .... DuranI 
Beta Sigma Omicron 

DANNIE RICE Laurel 

Empyreans 

WALLACE RUSSELL . . Sardis 

Pi Kappa Alpha 

BILLY SHACKELFORD . . . Columbus 
Kappa Sigma 

NELL SHRADER Jackson 

SYDNER SPIER . . Ocean Springs 

Empyreans 

HARRY SFILLMAN . . . Gloster 

FECGY STROUD Louise 

Beta Sigma Omicron 

ZACH TAYLOR Jackson 

Kappa Alpha 

ELVA THARP Lambert 

LADY BETTY TIMBERLAKE Crcwfcrd 

Chi Omega 

JERRY TF.OY . . Tupelo 

Kappa Alpha 

DELL WALLING Florence 

Kappa Delta 

PARKER WALKER . . . Sanatorium 
Kappa Sigma 

AMELIA WATKINS .... Jackson 
Chi Omega 

BRADFORD WELLS Orleans. Mass. 

Pi Kappa Alpha 

MARY JANE WHITWORTH . . Pickens 
Beta Sigma Omicron 

SONNY WILLIAMS . . Greenville 

Kappa Alpha 

MARTHA NELL WILLINGHAM Jackson 

Phi Mu 

ROBERT YARBROUGH . . . Indianola 
Pi Kappa Alpha 

"O EVERYBODY EVERYWHERE 



Reagan, Rice, Russell, Shackelford, Shrader, Spier, Spill- 
man, Stroud, Taylor, Tharp, Timber lake, Troy, Walling, 
Walker, Watkins, Wells, Whirworth, Williams, Willing- 
ham, Yarbrough 




Page SI 



7ke FRESH 



Truly Conerly, that fellow with the grin and the appropriate given name, has started out 
his freshman year in good style— as rush chairman of his fraternity and president of his class, 
which shows that that pleasing personality of his is getting him places! Take a look at that face 
of his in the accompanying picture and see if you don't agree with us. A pleasing personality, 
an agreeable grin, and an unusual name— could a B.MO.C. possess better assets? 

Ferhaps its the masculine charm shared by the men of his family, but the fact remains that 
Bill Dabbs, Freshman Vice-President, is already a name to reckon with on the campus. This fa- 
mous name was recently shouted by James Webb over the public address system in connection 
with the war bond drive. Even the PURPLE AND WHITE termed Bill Dabbs an "intelligent fresh- 
man", and printed his opinion on the probable duration of the war. It can clearly be seen by this 
that Bill has the international, as well as the local, outlook. Watch his smoke, folks! 

Lustrous-eyed Dale Burnham, that rose between two thorns in the photograph, is featured en 
this page as Secretary-Treasurer of her class, and elsewhere in this book as a Millsaps beauty. 
Dale hails from Magee, Mississippi, and we could hardly imagine a more charming representative 
of her home town, nor anyone friendlier and more agreeable. 



OFFICERS 



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I L A ij Ij . . . 

TO THE TYPICAL FRESHMAN 




Word meanings and history dates are quite abstract and require much 
fuss, signifying little study 

• • • • 

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THE 



tf-i&ih. 



men 




Alexander, Andersen, Applewhite, Ashley, Ax tell, Ball, 
Bane, Barnes, Baas, Eerryhill, Bcykin, Brady, R. E.; 
Erady, B. M.; Brien, Brooks, Brown, B. J.; Brown, H. F.; 
Erown, H.; Bryson, Buchanan, Bufkin, Burnham, D.; Burn- 
ham, S.; Burton, Carmichael, Cavett, Conerly, Cox, Craig, 
Crawford, L; Crawford, R.; Dabbs, Del bridge, Denham, 
Dent, Detwiler 



FRANCES ALEXANDER . . 


Jackson 


Chi Omega 




MAMIE JEAN ANDERSEN 


Jackson 


Chi Omega 




KATHRYN APPLEWHITE 


Bassfield 


Kappa Delta 




JANE ASHLEY . . . 


Greenwood 


JOHN AXTELL .... 


Madison 


CARROLL BALL . . . 


Stringer 


JOHN ROY BANE 


Jackson 


Kappa Sigma 




NORMA BARNES 


Creenwood 


Chi Omega 




JOHN BAAS 


Hazlehurst 


Pi Kappa Alpha 




EDNA EARLE BERRYHILL 


Greenwood 


Beta Sigma Omicron 


MARY CATHERINE EOYKIN 


Hattiesburg 


ROBERT ELDRIDGE BRADY 


Jackson 


Lambda Chi Alphc 




E. M. BRADY 


Jockson 


Kappa Alpha 




ANN BRIEN . A 


lirgton Va. 


Phi Mu 




JANNIE VEE BROOKS 


Duncan 


Phi Mu 




BETTY JO BROWN 


Jackson 


HELEN FRANCES BROV. N 


Hatiiesburg 


Phi Mu 




HOWARD BROWN 


Jackson 


Kappa Sigma 




CARL JACKSON BRYSON 


Tupelo 


Kappa Alpha 




ANNE BUCHANAN 


Jackson 


Kappa Delta 




REEECCA BUFKIN 


Jackson 


Phi Mu 




EVELYN DALE BURNHAM 


Magee 


Chi Omega 




SUZANNE EURNHAM 


Jackson 


Phi Mu 




TONI BURTON 


Moorhead 


Chi Omega 




VIRGINIA CARMICHAEL 


Jackson 


Chi Omega 




CLINT CAVETT . . 


Jackson 


Kappa Sigma 




TRULY CONERLY 


Tylertown 


Pi Kappa Alpha 




JAMES COX 


Caledonia 


Pi Kappa Alpha 




NELLE CRAIG 


Jackson 


Beta Sigma Omicron 




LENNIE LOUISE CRAWFORD 


Jackson 


ROBERTA CRAWFORD 


McComb 


Kappa Delta 




WILLIAM LOUIS DABBS . . 


Tupelo 


Kappa Alpha 




JAYNE DELBRIDGE 


Jackson 


Phi Mu 




ANNE DENHAM 


Hattiesburg 


Phi Mu 




JOELYON DENT .... 


Grace 


Chi Omega 




DON DETWILER . . Winte 


r Park, Fla. 


Pi Kappa Alpha 





BLINKS AT THE COMPLEXITY 



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SARA DEWEES .... 


Madison 


Kappa Delta 




KAY FRANCES DILWORTH 


Rienzi 


Empyreans 




JUNE DOBBS . . . 


Jackson 


Phi Mu 




THAD DOGGETT . . . 


Kossuth 


MILTON DUNN .... 




Kappa Alpha 




JOHN DURFEY . . 


Jackson 


Kappa Alpha 




JUNE ECKERT 


Jackson 


Chi Omega 




CARRIE PEARL EVANS 


Mendenhall 


Beta Sigma Omicron 


HOUSTON EVANS 


Gulfport 


Kcppa Alpha 




CALE FANT 


Minter City 


Pi Kappa Alphc 




RAMELLE GARBARINO 


Canton 


Phi Mu 




LUCY GER/LD 


Leland 


Kcppa Delta 




JOHN MILTCN GIORDANO 


Jackson 


MARY ETTA CLORIOSO 


Itta Bena 


MARIE GOOCH 


Jackson 


Chi Cmega 




CHARLOTTE GLLLEDGE C 


ystal Springs 


Chi Omega 




CATHERINE HAIRSTON 


Indiarola 


Phi Mu 




JOHN HAMFTCN 


Jackson 


Kappa Sigma 




MITCHELL HARKINS 


Jackson 


Lambda Chi Alp 


no 


WYATT HARRIS . . . 


Chicago, III. 


Pi Kappa Alpha 




JERE HARRISON 


Jackson 


Pi Kappa Alphc 




JOE HARRISON 


Jackson 


Kappa Sigma 




FANNY HAUGHTON 


Hattiesburg 


Phi Mu 




EMILY HENDERSON 


Jackson 


Chi Omega 




FRANCES HERRING 


Grenada 


Beta Sigma Omicron 


JOEL HOLDEN 


Jackson 


SMYTHE HOWARD 


Jcckson 


Lambda Chi Alph 


a 


HELEN HUGHES 


Jackson 


Chi Omega 




DORIS JEHL , M 


emphis, Tenn. 


Chi Omega 




LAVINIA JOHNSON 


Jackson 


Phi Mu 




LILLIAN JOHNSON 


Jackson 


Chi Omega 




LAEL JONES 


Mobile, Ala. 


MARGARET ANN JONES 


Jackson 


Phi Mu 




R. C. JONES .... 


Carson 


SARA ELLEN JONES . . 


Tchula 


Phi Mu 




EVELYN KING . . . 


A/ater Valley 


Chi Omega 





Dewees, Dil worth, Dobbs, Doggett, Dunn, Durfey, Eckert, 
Evans, C; Evans, H.; Fant, Garbarino, Gerald, Giordano, 
Glorioco, Gooch, Gulledge, Hairston, Hampton, Harkins, 
Harris, Harrison, Je.; Harri r on, Jo.; Houghton, Henderson, 
Herring, Holden, Howard, Hughes, Jehl, Johnson, La.; 
Johnson, Li.; Jone c , L.; Jones, M. A.; Jones R. C; 
Jones, S. E.; King 




OF MODERN EDUCATION 



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Kropp, Lampton, Langford, Lauderdale, Little, llcyd, 
Madden, Mantz, Martindale, Melvin, Miller, Mitchell, 
Moak, Montgomery, Moore, I.; Moore, R.; Myers, McBride, 
McCormock, McKee, McMillan, McMullin, O'Brien, Odom, 
Owens, Owen, Page, Patterson, Peace, Peets, Phillips, 
Pigott, Rathell, Reeves, Reily, Robinson 



fyn&Uwien 



JANE KROPP .... 


Jackson 


Phi Mu 




WILLIAM LAMPTON . . 


Tylertown 


Pi Kappa Alpha 




LEWIS LANGFORD . . 


Jackson 


Kappa Sigma 




DOT LAUDERDALE . . . 


Jackson 


WILDA LITTLE .... 


Rockport 


CONNIE MARY LLOYD . . 


Jackson 


Kappa Delta 




MAXYNE MADDEN . . 


Jackson 


Phi Mu 




ROBERT MANTZ .... 


Brookhaven 


Pi Kappa Alpha 




PEARL MARTINDALE . . 


Grenada 


DOROTHY MELVIN . . . 


Jackson 


Kappa Delta 




ANNE MILLER .... 


Belzoni 


Phi Mu 




DOROTHY MITCHELL . . . 


Magee 


Kappa Delta 




WILLIAM EDWIN MOAK 


Philadelphia 


Kappa Sigma 




VIRGINIA MONTGOMERY 


Jackson 


INMAN MOORE .... 


Long Beach 


RASHA MOORE .... 


Jackson 


Pi Kappa Alpha 




WAYNE MYERS .... 


Morton 


BETTY McBRIDE .... 


Jackson 


GERALDINE McCORMACK 


Corinth 


Beta Sigma Omicron 


JOHN McKEE 


Jackson 


Pi Kappa Alpha 




bess ann McMillan . 


New Albany 


Kappa Delta 




JOE WILLIE McMULLIN . 


Jackson 


Lambda Chi Alph 


a 


SALLY ANN O'BRIEN . . 


Jackson 


Chi Omega 




ANNE ODOM . . . 


Grenada 


Beta Sigma Omicron 


ALICE OWENS .... 


Jackson 


Kappa Delta 




NINA RUTH OWEN . . . 


Jackson 


Kappa Delta 




MADELINE PAGE 


McComb 


Kappa Delta 




J. W. PATTERSON . . . 


Gulfport 


Kappa Alpha 




R. J. PEACE 


Jackson 


Kappa Sigma 




RANDOLPH PEETS . . . 


Jackson 


Kappa Sigma 




MARY ANN PHILLIPS . . 


Holly Bluff 


Chi Omega 




KEITH PIGOTT 


Tylertown 


Pi Kappa Alpha 




ERNEST RATHELL . . . 


Lexington 


Kappa Sigma 




NINA HAZEL REEVES . . 


Yazoo City 


D. A. REILY 


Victoria 


ELLEN ROBINSON . . . 


Hattiesburg 


Kappa Delta 





AIMS AT ODK, SIGMA LAMBDA, P&W, 



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SARAH ROSS Crystal Springs 


Chi Omega 




MARY SANDERS 


Jackson 


Chi Omega 




WINIFRED SEEGERS 


Shreveport 


Beta Sigma Omicror 




BARRY SENG . . 


Greenwood 


Kappa Sigma 




KATHRYN SHANNON 


Drew 


Beta Sigma Omicror 




CLIFTON SCHRADER 


Jackson 


Lambda Chi Alpha 




COLLIE SMITH .... 


Sardis 


Pi Kappa Alpha 




DAVID SMITH .... 


Jackson 


Lambda Chi Alpha 




PEGGY SMITH .... 


Jackson 


Phi Mu 




RUFUS STAINBACK . . . 


Minter City 


Kappa Sigma 




THEO STOVALL ... 


Jackson 


Chi Omega 




MARY STROHECKER 


Jackson 


Phi Mu 




JAMES STUBBS .... 


Magee 


Kappa Sigma 




BERYLINE STUCKY . . . 


. . Star 


Empyreans 




MARGENE SUMMERS . . Walnut Grove 


Beta Sigma Omicron 




EVA NELL TANNEHILL 


Jackson 


Phi Mu 




PERRY ALBERT TERRELL . . 


. Collins 


Kappa Sigma 




ROBERT TURNAGE N 


3W Hebron 


MARIE VALENTOUR 


Jackson 


Empyreans 




ELEANOR LANE VAN HOOK 


Jackson 


Kappa Delta 




ELTON WARING . . 


Tylertown 


Pi Kappa Alpha 




WILLIAM WEATHERSBY 


Jackson 


Pi Kappa Alpha 




DOROTHY WEBSTER . . . 


Kosciusko 


Phi Mu 




LUCIA JEAN WEBSTER . . 


Jackson 


Phi Mu 




JOANNA WELLS 


Grenada 


Kappa Delta 




WILLIE NELL WHITE 


Pelahatchie 


Empyreans 




JOE WIGGINS 


Cruger 


Lambda Chi Alpha 




SYLVIA WILKINS 


Clarksdale 


Chi Omega 




BOB WILLIAMS 


Jackson 


Lambda Chi Alnha 




TOMMYE SUE WOODWARD 


Louisville 


Empyreans 




DICK WRIGHT .... 


Jackson 


Pi Kappa Apha 




MARJORIE WRIGHT 


Jackson 


Kappa Delta 




JOE WROTEN . . 


Columbus 


Kappa Sigma 




FLORA ALYCE WYNN 


Jackson 


JAMES EDWARD YELLOWLEY 


Greenville 


NEIL YELVERTON . . Bay Springs 


Pi Kappa Alpha 






Ross, Sanders, Seegers, Seng, Shannon, Schroder, Smith, 
C; Smith, D.; Smith, P.; Stainback, Stovall, Strohecker, 
Stubbs, Stuckey, Summers, Tannehill, Terrell, Turnage, 
Valentour, Van Hook, Waring, Weathersby, Webster, D.; 
Webster, L.; Wells, White, Wiggins, Wilkins, Williams, 
Woodward, Wright, D.; Wright, M.; Wroten, Wynn, 
Yellowley, Yelverton 



AND DEBATE - ALL AT ONCE 



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dtken THERE ARE THOSE 



"Chief" and Doc", the inseparables Jesse Lucius, the man with the smile . . 

Ellenita, the girl who can do most anything Bob Nichols, funny man and Dr. 

White's right hand Bubber ard Evelyn, typical Millsaps twosome . Colvin, 

the Millsaps fixture, about v\hom we need say nothing more Ruth Gibbons, the 

girl with the voice and the sunny smile Eetty Jo, the girl with the drawl. 





m a CLASS BY THEMSELVES... 



Kinch-'n-Cudge, two of a kind . Harry and Helen, the constant couple . . Rob- 

ert Yarbrough, the man with the piano and the nimble fingers . . Aden, Millsaps' 
favorite basso prcfundo . . Prissy, the girl with the flutter and the brain . . . Toupie, 
the girl with a mouse in her voice and Jug's pin . Berryhill, the girl who copped 
both Freshman and Cruiser Queen crowns . Sonny and L. B., always the same but 
always something new. 



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BASKETBALL at MILLSAPS 




The Millsaps Majors, under the directicn cf Coach Dave Carson, have just completed 
a successful season. The success was due largely to the fact that they beat the Choc- 
taws three games to one. The Majors were defeated in the first game by one point, 
and then they took the other three in a row. 

These games were played while in the Army-Collegiate League, composed of Mississippi 
College, the Mississippi Ordnance Plant, Jackson Air Base, and the Mississippi Guards. 
Millsaps was the leading team until they dropped out after the Christmas holidays. 

The Majors also played a four-game series with Loyola, losing all four to the fast, 
tall boys from New Orleans. 

With the exception of Captain Buddy Carr and Lightning Lowther, the Millsaps 
basketball team was composed of inexperienced men. Carr and Lowther returned 
from last year's team to lead the offensive play. 

Guard positions were played by Joe Stubblefield and Jack Glaze. Both saw action 
last year, Glaze as a freshman. 

Paired at forward with Lowther was Mike McLaurin, who also saw action last year 
as a freshman. Carr at center rounded cut the team. 

Gale Fant and John Durfey, freshmen, rendered valuable aid at forward. Big John 
Greer, transfer from S.L.I., played great ball at guard. 



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Sig Softball Team 




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Under the careful guidance of the in- 
tramural council, Millsaps had the most 
colorful and exciting intramural program 
in its history 

Speedball got under way with a bang. 
The Pikes took an early lead by dispos- 
ing of the Sigs, Lambda Chis, and Non 
Frats. The KA's, at the same time, had 
won their first three games. The cham- 
pionship game was a thriller, with the two 
teams evenly matched. The Pikes scored 
early in the first quarter by virtue of a 
blocked kick, and held this 7-0 lead until 
the last few seconds when the KA's push- 
ed over a touchdown. The extra point 
failed, giving the Pikes a 7-6 victory. 

The Kappa Sigs went through the soft- 
ball race without any trouble, winning 
all games by a comfortable margin. The 
Sigs beat the Pikes, Lambda Chis, Non 
Frats, and KA's behind the steady pitch- 
ing of Joe Stubblefield and the consistent 
hitting of Dick Catledge and Dave Gray- 
den. 

The Pikes won the volleyball without 
any trouble by taking the measure of the 
KA's, Sigs, and Ncn Frats. The outstand- 
ing playing of Allen, Webb, and Mc- 
Laurin put the Fikes in a position to go 
through the schedule losing but cne 
game. 



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Ping pcng was next on the list. Ninety students participated in this intramural, with 
each fraternity entering as many men as they desired. After two weeks of continuous 
playing the count was taken, and the result was that the Sigs and Pikes had tied at 
Iwenty wins each. Both fraternities were given winner's points but a play-cff was held 
for the cup, with the five best members from both fraternities playing it off. The Sigs 
wen by a 3-2 count. The individual winner was Parker Walker (KSl with Clifton 
Schroder (LXA) as runner-up. 

Fcr the second time the Sigs and Pikes couldn't decide who would take the cup 
withcut a play-off. In a double elimination basketball tournament, the Pikes and Sigs 
sailed thrcugh without trouble until they played each other. The play-off game was 
easily taken by the Sigs by a sccre of 32-20, with Fred Tatum leading the attack with 
eleven points. Also sharing honors were Curtis Magee and Charles Dent. 

The free throw tournament is being held, with the outcome having a definite bearing 
on the big cup. At present the Pikes have a slim margin over the Sigs for first place. 



Sig Basketball Team 



Bubber Walker, Ping Pong Champion 




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Intramural sports here at Millsaps for the girls con- 
sists of round-rcbin tournaments held in basketball, 
softball, golf, table tennis, volleyball, tennis, and 
archery. In addition to these tournaments, a field 
day is held in the spring. 

In the individual events medals are awarded to the 
winner or outstanding player and to the runner-up, 
while a cup is awarded to the winning team. 

This year the ping pong intramurals were played 
by experienced veterans cf the game. All the teams 
really went to town when it came to swatting that little 
ball. Some fine competition developed among the 
players, but Ann Brien led the Phi Mu's to an over- 
whelming victory. The other teams that participated 
were the Beta Sigs, KD's, Chi O's, and the Non Soror- 
ity team. 

The 1943 intramural basketball cup will go to the 
Non Sorority girls. Led by Brown, Harris, and Adene 
Hurst as forwards and Stroud, Reeves, and Aylene 
Hurst as guards, the Non Sorority girls finished the 
season with five wins and no losses. The winners 
were followed in a close second by a strong Kappa 
Delta team. 

The Beta Sigs finished third, capably led by Hettie 
Faye Beasley. The Beta Sig team scored an upset the 
last night of the season, handing the Chi O's a sound 
trouncing. The Fhi Mu's carr.e out as the losers. 



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Gym queen, Hettie Faye Beasley, led the Beta Sigs 
to intramural softball championship. Beginning by 
defeating the runners-up, the KD's, the BSO's swept 
through their following four games without a loss. 
The KD's and Chi O's had strong teams but they fin- 
ally yielded to the champs. Peggy Stroud, on first 
base, and Cecil Haeuser, with her heavy hitting, 
were a great asset to the team. 

The KD's came in second, losing only one game. 
Sara Dewees' hitting and Alice Owens' pitching 
were the featured strength on the KD's. The bright 
spots in fielding were Jo Wells and Dell Walling. 

The Chi Omegas came in third, losing only two 
games. Following in fourth place were the Non 
Sorority Girls, with the Phi Mu's coming in last. 



Beta Sigs celebrating their softball victory 



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CoacS Dcve M. Carson 



G Y II GLuei, 



Coach Dave M. Carson took over the physi- 
cal education program at Millsaps this year. 
He finished his college career at Union Uni- 
versity and later took pest graduate work at 
the Y.M.C.A. in Chicago, having been physi- 
cal education instructor at Enochs junior high 
school here in Jackson for the past year. 

He has proved himrelf highly capable by 
expanding Millsaps physical education and the 
intramural program so that all students have 
an opportunity to participate. 



The horizontal bars have affcrded an opportunity for seme to develop in acrobatics, 
while ethers play basketball, speedball, softball, tennis, box, cr wrestle. For real 
toughening an obstacle course was built so that the boys could get in first class shape. 
Many boys in the service from Millsaps are thankful that they tcck physical training. 




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Since Miss Frances Decell has been here at 
Millsaps, she has seen her dream of a campus 
playroom come true. Every night from 7:00 
until 8:00 o'clock, the students gather in the 
basement of Founders' Hall for a recreation 
period of fun, reading, and games. She has 
al:o been working on a once-a-week "play 
night" in the Gym and has taken off to a good 
start. 

Miss Decell spends much of her time spon- 
soring the Majorette Club. This is an athletic 
club for girls that are outstanding in school ac- 
tivities. The remainder of her valuable time 
is spent in "running things" in the women's 
gym classes, riding horseback on Friday after- 
noons, and keeping her Boston bulldog, Com- 
modore, happy by buying him hamburger 
meat. 



In her three years at Millsaps, Miss Decell has done much for intramural sports. She 
has led the organization of Women's Intramurals and has added several new courses 
to the physical education department. 

She has organized and made plans for recreation leadership. She has begun classes 
in Health and Hygiene. She has classes in Elementary Physical Education, and some 
advanced courses in physical training. 



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ladet Howie, Cadet Langley, Cadet McEnteer 




SELECTED THE BEAUTIES 

When the initial plans for the 1943 BOBASHELA were made, it was decided that in order to give 
the book one more different and distinctive feature, the beauties would be chosen in person, by a group 
of impartial judges. In this way, mere could enter into the selection than would be possible from pho- 
tographs, which it has been the custom to use. 

So, a sure-enough, old-fashioned beauty contest took place. The girls paraded in, the judges 
drank their fill of feminine beauty, and the headches began. "Pick out five more beautiful than the rest? 
Impossible!" ... But that is really what happened. 

Our judges were three cadets from the Mississippi Institute of Aeronautics at Madison, Mississippi 
—Cadet Harry H. Howie, from Andrews, S. C, Cadet John Alfred Langley, Jr., from Marion, S. C, and 
Cadet Frank Duff McEnteer, from DuBois, Pennsylvania. They chose these five girls, in order, as Mill- 
saps' Five Most Beautiful: Dell Walling, Frances Alexander, Lavinia Johnson, Helen Alexander, and 
Evelyn Dale Burnham. 

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Beauty 




MISS HETTIE FAYE BEASLEY 



MISS MARJORIE WRIGHT 




MISS LUCY GERALD 




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Beauty 



MISS JANE KERN 



MISS VIRGINIA CARMICHAEL 




MISS ALICE NEILSON 




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Beauty 




MISS MARY EMMA ERVIN 



MISS EMMA GENE GAINEY 



MISS THEO STOVALL 





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COLLEGE 



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Beauty 



MISS MILLICENT LAMPE 




MISS CATHERINE RICHARDSON 



MISS EDNA EARLE BERRYHILL 





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M I L L S A P S 

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MISS CECIL HAEUSER 





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. . . ANYONE WHO WISHES CAN BECOME A MEMBER 

This group, all fcr ore and cr.e fcr all, is a local campus organization that is 
resting en its cwn laurels. Its membership beasts such characters as Dolores Craft, 
Ricketts Childrecs, and Ellenita Sells. The Empyreans have done much toward the 
betterment of the campus social life, and a jollier set of folks is seldom to be found. 

OFFICERS 

RICKETTS CHILDRESS President 

POLLY STROUD . Vice-President 

DOLORES CRAFT .... Secretary 

WILSON RAY . Treasurer 

MEMBERS 

Ray Adams James Holston Sydner Spier 

Ricketts Childress Adene Hurst Polly Stroud 

Dolores Craft Aylene Hurst Eeryline Stuckey 

Kay Dilworth Marjorie Murphy Marie Valentour 

Ester Guerry John Pcole Willie Nelle White 

Telka Guy Wilson Ray Tommye Sue Woodward 

George Harkins Dannie Rice Alma Zenfell 

Ellenita Sells 



Adams, Childress, Craft, Dilworth, Guerry, Harkins, Holston, Murphy, Poole, Ray, Rice, 
Sells, Spier, Stroud, Stuckey, Valentour, White, Woodward, Zenfell 




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MEN 



This group cf fraternity leaders meets about thrice yearly: once to set rushing 
rules, again for electicn of cfficers, and then to have their picture made. They have 
added to their accomplishments a constitution. 



OFFICERS 

JIM STUCKENSCHNEIDER President 

WALTER RIDGWAY Vice-President 

JAMES ARMSTRONG Secretary-Treasurer 



MEMBERS 



James Armstrong 
Harry Frye 
Jack King 
Walter Ridgway 



Charles Scott 

Jim Stuckenschneider 

Fred Tatum 

M. J. Williams 




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WOMEN 

With all the opposite sex leaving for the duration, these sorority leaders will 
have added to their problems the rushing rules for an increasing woman population 
on the campus. They may ban cigars at sorcrity rushing parties for the duration, too- 

OFFICERS 

JANICE TRIMBLE . . . President 

MARY EMMA ERVIN . . . . ' Vice-President 

HETTIE FAYE BEASLEY Secretary 

GEN BURDETTE ... Treasurer 



MEMBERS 



Hettie Faye Beasley 
Betty Brien 
Gen Burdette 
Mary Emma Ervin 



Marie Grubbs 
Mittie Hix 
Sue McCormack 
Janice Trimble 




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BETA SIGMA OtirROl 




ALPHA ZETA CHAPTER 

Berryhill hit this campus like a thunder- 
bolt, and the BSO's boast her as one of 
their many attractions— but she ended up 
with a pin like all the rest! With Prissy 
Morson and the First Lady (of Mississippi) 
as an advance guard, Beasley, Clarine 
Rush, and Sue McCormack really make 
the wheels go 'round. The BSO's boast 
another one of the sister combinations, 
what with Sue and Gerry. Alpha Zeta 
Chapter has really done BIG things this 
year. 



OFFICERS 

HETTIE FAYE BEASLEY President 

CECIL HAEUSER ■ Vice-President 

RUTH INGRAM Corresponding Secretary 

GENE BYRD Recording Secretary 

JULIA WASSON Treasurer 

SARA JEAN APPLEWHITE Editor 

CLARINE RUSH Warden 

PRISCILLA MORSON, RUTH INGRAM Rush Chairmen 



MEMBERS 



Sara Jean Applewhite 
Hettie Faye Beasley 
Edna Earle Berryhill 
Mary Alice Boyles 
Gene Byrd 
Nelle Craig 
Elizabeth Cravens 
Lena Cravens 
Billie Jane Crout 
Mildred Dycus 
Carrie Pearl Evans 
Margaret Gaskin 
Cecil Haeuser 
Frances Herring 
Ruth Ingram 



Charlotte Jones 
Gladys Litten 
Priscilla Morson 
Carolyn Myers 
Geraldine McCormack 
Sue McCormack 
Ann Odom 
Doye Payne 
Harriet Reagan 
Clarine Rush 
Winifred Seegers 
Kitty Shannon 
Peggy Stroud 
Margine Summers 
Julia Wasson 
Mary John Whitworth 



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Applewhile 

Beasley 

Berryhill 

Boyles 

Byrd 



Craig 

Cravens, E 
Cravens, L. 
Crout 
Dycus 



Evans 

Gaskin 

Haeuser 

Herring 

Ingram 



Jones 

Litten 

Morson 

Myers 

McCormack, G. 



McCormack, S. 

Odom 

Payne 

Reagan 

Rush 

Seegers 

Shannon 

Stroud 

Summers 

Wasson 

Whitworth 



NOT ONLY BRAINS BUT BRAWN 



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CHI OIHEf.il 




CHI DELTA CHAPTER 

One would have to go far to find such 
a collection of beauty and brains in one 
chapter! Who can hold a candle to the 
Alexanders, Theo Stovall, Dale Burnharr, 
and all the others? Then how about Beth 
Barron's voice, Clara Porter's brains, Bettv 
Jo's drawl, Richardson's swing (en and off 
the piano), and Helen Hayes' all 'round 
personality? Chi Delta Chapter has the 
distinction of many other outstanding 
features, but, even without recommenda- 
tions like these, the Chi O's stand at the 
top in every line. 



OFFICERS 



HELEN RUOFF 
CATHERINE RICHARDSON 
GENEVIEVE BURDETTE 
MAYE EVELYN DOGGETT 
CLARA PORTER 



President 

Vice-President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 

Pledge Instructor 



MEMBERS 



Frances Alexander 
Helen Alexander 
Mamie Jean Andersen 
Madeleine Baird 
Norma Barnes 
Beth Barron 
Genevieve Burdette 
Evelyn Dale Burnham 
Toni Burton 
Virginia Carmichael 
Joelyon Dent 
Maye Evelyn Dcggctt 
Ccrinne Doty 
June Eckert 
Marie Gooch 
Mary Ann Green 
Charlotte Gulledge 
Helen Hayes 
Emily Henderson 
Mittie Hix 
Betty Henry 
Betty Hewes 
Betty Jo Holcomb 
Helen Hughes 



Doris Jehl 
Lillian Johnson 
Jane Kern 
Evelyn King 
Miriam Lancaster 
Earlyne Miller 
Doris Murphree 
Alice Neilson 
Sally Ann O'Brien 
Mary Ann Phillips 
Billie Claude Pierce 
Clara Porter 
Catherine Richardson 
Sara Ross 
Helen Ruoff 
Mary Sanders 
Virginia Sherman 
Theo Stovall 
Thelma Thompson 
Lady Betty Timberlake 
Amelia Watkins 
Anne Louise West 
Sylvia Watkins 
Nell Wood 



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Alexander 

Andersen 

Baird 

Barnes 

Barron 

Burdette 



Bumham 

Burton 

Carmichael 

Dent 

Doggett 

Doty 



FJckert 

Gooch 

Gulledge 

Hayes 

Henderson 

Hix 



Henry 

Holcomb 

Hughes 

Jehl 

Johnson 

Kern 



King 

Lancaster 

Murphree 

Neilson 

O'Brien 

Phillips 



Porter 

Richardson 

Ross 

Ruoff 

Sanders 

Sherman 



Stovall 

Thompson 

Timberlake 

Watkins 

West 

Wilkins 



WHETHER IN QUANTITY OR QUALITY, INITIATION LASTS A WEEK 



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KAPPA DELT.1 




MU CHAPTER 

Kappa Delta still beasts Lampe, Miller 
'pinned or not), Harris, and Mother 
Grubbs. Their parties have been campus 
treats— never go to one without expecting 
to have a good time. Strange to say, 
the pledges try to keep up with the 
activities in being popular, pulling pins, 
making good grades, and being awfully 
versatile. Stanley is a vital part of the 
KD spirit. Speaking of spirit, what d'you 
think of Mrs. Robert Webb Williams, nee 
Elizabeth Buchanan, and her resolve to 
continue school? 



OFFICERS 



BARBARA BOSWELL 
MARIE GRUBBS 
CHARLINE HARRIS 
VIRGINIA MINYARD 
BONNIE GRIFFIN 
DOROTHY RAYNHAM 



. Fresident 

Vice-President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 

Assistant Treasurer 

Editor 



MEMBERS 



Katherine Applewhite 
Flora Mae Arant 
Barbara Boswell 
Alma Elizabeth Brown 
Ann Buchanan 
Joan Carl 
Sarah Cochran 
Roberta Crawford 
Sarah Dewees 
Mary Emma Erwin 
Lucy Gerald 
Ruth Gibbons 
Bonnie Griffin 
Marie Grubbs 
Annie Marion Guyton 
Martha Gayden Harold 
Charline Harris 
Millicent Lampe 
Connie Mary Lloyd 
Carroll Lowe 
Marjorie Magruder 



Althea Martin 
Dcrothy Melvin 
Louise Miller 
Virginia Minyard 
Dorothy Mitchell 
Bess Ann McMillan 
Nina Ruth Owen 
Alice Owens 
Madeline Page 
Sara Kathleen Posey 
Virginia Price 
Dorothy Raynham 
Vera Mae Richardson 
Ellen Robinson 
Jacqueline Rogers 
Kathleen Stanley 
Peggy Tyer 
Lane Van Hook 
Dell Walling 
Joanna Wells 
Elizabeth Williams 



Marjorie Wright 



Page 94 




Applewhite 

Arant 

Boswell 

Brown 

Buchanan 

Carl 



Cochran 

Crawford 

Dewees 

Ervin 

Gerald 

Gibbons 



Griffin 

Grubbs 

Guyton 

Harold 

Harris 

Lampe 



Lloyd 

Lowe 

Magruder 

Martin 

Melvin 

Miller 



Minyard 

Mitchell 

McMillan 

Owen 

Owens 

Page 



Posey 

Price 

Raynham 

Richardson 

Robinson 

Rogers 



Stanley 

Van Hook 

Walling 

Wells 

Williams 

Wright 



THEY CAN BOAST OF PEARL BUCK ALSO 



Page 95 



PHI lO 




EPSILON CHAPTER 

"Big Mama" Trimble, Sylvia Roberts, 
Ginsie McKeown, and "Dr." Dinkins have 
long personified Epsilon Chapter of Phi 
Mu. Then there is the matter of grades 
—and here the Brien sisters do their part; 
when Janice falls down (has she ever?) 
these little sisters rush forward with the 
good grades. Someone always manages 
to keep up the chapter scholastic pace. 
Wroten has endeared herself in the 
capacity of a carbuncle to the whole 
campus. These gals have what it takes. 



OFFICERS 

JEAN BARNETT President 

FRANCES WROTEN . . . First Vice-President 

MARY ANNA MAYO Second Vice-President 

JANICE TRIMBLE Secretary 

MARTHA BOGER Treasurer 



MEMBERS 



Jean Ackley 
Hazel Bailey 
Jean Barnett 
Martha Boger 
Ann Brien 
Betty Brien 
Jannie Vee Brooks 
Helen Frances Brown 
Rebecca Bufkin 
Suzanne Burnham 
Mary Lee Busby 
Rachel Conner 
Jean Day 
Jayne Delbridge 
Anne Denham 
Suenette Dinkins 
June Dobbs 
Emma Gene Gainey 
Ramelle Garbarino 
Catherine Hairston 
Maxine Harper 
Cornelia Harrison 



Fanny Haughton 
Lavinia Johnson 
Margaret Anne Jones 
Sara Ellen Jones 
Frances Keenan 
Maxyne Madden 
Maud Ella Majure 
Mary Anna Mayo 
Anne Miller 
Marjorie Mounger 
Helen McGehee 
Virginia McKeown 
(Catherine Riddell 
Sylvia Roberts 
Peggy Smith 
Mary Strohecker 
Eva Nell Tannehill 
Janice Trimble 
Dorothy Webster 
Lucia Jean Webster 
Martha Nell Willingham 
Frances Wroten 



Page 96 




Ackley 
Bailey 
Barnett 
Boger 
Brien, A. 
Brien, B. 



Brooks 

Brown 

Bufkin 

Burnham 

Busby 

Conner 



Day 

Delbridge 

Denham 

Dinkins 

Dobbs 

Gainey 



Garbarino 

Hairston 

Harper 

Harrison 

Haughton 

Johnson 



Jones, M. /. 

Jones, S. E, 

Keenan 

Madden 

Majure 

Mayo 



Miller 

Mounger 

McGehee 

McKeown 

Riddell 

Roberts 

Smith 



Strohecker 

Tannehill 

Trimble 

Webster, D. 

Webster, L. 

Willingham 

Wroten 



PINK CARNATIONS AND "SOEURS FIDELES" TYPIFY THEM 



Poqe 97 



kll'H ALPHA 




ALPHA MU CHAPTER 

Kappa Alpha added to its list of 
worthies by the initiation of Bishop Gallo- 
way. Eeing the oldest frat en the campus 
gives it a distinction that suits its motto 
"Dieu et les dames" Kappa Alpha 
has played an important part in Millsaps 
tradition, and it continues to reach high 
goals through campus activity with 

cr without ladies. Zach Taylor, Tom Scott, 
and Jerry Troy are characters that cause 
wonder ask them, if you don't 

believe it! 



OFFICERS 

WALTER RIDGWAY . . President 

TOM B. SCOTT ' Vice-President 

D. T. BROCK . Secretary 



MEMBERS 



Phil Bass 

Charles Bingham 
Reid Bingham 
Bobby Boggen 
B. M. Brady 
D. T. Brock 
Jack Bryson 
James Chastain 
Bill Dabbs 
R. Nelon Davis 
Pete Dunn 
John Durfey 
Houston Evans 
Ike Franklin 



Julian Lipscomb 
James Longinotti 
A. B. McGee 
James Ogden 
J. W. Patterson 
Warren Pittman 
Walter Ridgway 
Van Rusling 
Charles Scott 
Tom Scott 
Bubber Stone 
Zach Taylor 
Jerry Troy 
Sonny Williams 



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Page 98 




Boss 

Bingham, C. 
Bingham, R. 
Brady 



Brock 
Bryson 
Dabbs 
Davis 



Dunn 
Durfey 
Evans 
Lipscomb 



Longinotti 

Ogden 

Patterson 

Pittman 

Ridgway 



Scott, C. 
Scott, T. 

Taylor 
Troy 



WITH A MAN LIKE R. E. LEE, WHAT MORE COULD THEY NEED? 



Page 99 



KAPPA SIGMA 




ALPHA UPSILON CHAPTER 

Kappa Sigma's barn dance and Bcb 
Nichols have made this organization na- 
tionally known. Millsaps lets her hair 
down for the annual barn dance, and 
kid, if you don't believe it's a dance, try 
one! Tatum is in everything. Sigs sig- 
nify competition . and unless you're 
careful you are beat before you start in 
basketball, football, or the ladies. Ever 
since '95 the Sigs have been going strong,- 
something is always cooking. 



OFFICERS 



FRED TATUM 

JIM STUCKENSCHNEIDER 
DONALD WINNER 
FRANK WILLIAMS 



. President 

Vice-President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 



MEMBERS 



Roy Bane 
Howard Brown 
Charles Carmichael 
Buddy Carr 
Billy Carter 
Dick Catledge 
Clint Cavett 
N- E. Clarkson 
Charles Dent 
Lee Dickson 
Tom Garraway 
Dave Gayden 
Donnie Guion 
John Hampton 
Joe Harrison 
James Jenkins 
Louis Langford 
Harry Leach 
Curtis Magee 
Louis Miazza 
Ed Moak 



Gerald McMillan 
R. J. Peace 
Randolph Peets 
Malcolm Phillips 
Lee Railsback 
Ernest Rathell 
Barry Seng 
Billy Shackelford 
Rufus Stainback 
Joe Stubblefield 
James Stubbs 
Jim Stuckenschneider 
Fred Tatum 
Perry Terrell 
Charles Walker 
Parker Walker 
Edwin Wilson 
Frank Williams 
Donald Winner 
Noel Womack 
Joseph Wroten 



Page 100 




Bane 

Brown 

Carmichae4 

Carr 

Carter 

Catledge 



Cavett 

Clarkson 

Dent 

Dickson 

Garraway 

Guion 



Hampton 

Harrison 

Langford 

Leach 

Magee 

Moak 



McMillan 

Peace 

Peets 

Phillips 

Railsback 

Rathell 



Seng 

Shackelford 

Stainback 

Stubblefield 

Stubbs 



Stuckenschneider 
Tatum 
Terrell 
Walker, C. 
Walker, P. 



Wilson 

Williams 

Winner 

Womack 

Wroten 



U. Z. AND MARY LOOK OUT FOR THEIR INTERESTS 



Page 101 



LIU Bill (III ILIUM 





THETA ETA ZETA 

Any group that has a baron-to-be de- 
serves some recognition, even if it is 
Van der Kroef. Then there's Professor 
Wubbles, who keeps a watchful eye over 
their antics. Turnage is definitely some- 
thing, and Alan Holmes has been here 
ever since mcst of us can remember. 
M. J. Williams has risen like a comet 
and his tale is full of the sound and fury 
that signifies nothing. ODK has more 
Lambda Chi's than any other fraternity, 
and that ain't to be sneezed at! 



OFFICERS 

BILL SHANKS President 

DAN WRIGHT Vice-President 

HUNTER STOKES Secretary 

HARRY FRYE . . Treasurer 

MEMBERS 



William Axtell 
Bobby Brady 
Ed Dawkins 
Charles Dillingham 
Harry Frye 
Mitchell Harkins 
Alan Holmes 
Smythe Howard 
Buddy Jones 
Matthew Lemly 
J. W. McMullin 



Charles Henry Seab 

Clifton Shrader 

David Smith 

Harry Spillman 

Hunter Stokes 

Harold Turnage 

Justus Maria Van der Kroef 

Joe Wiggins 

Bob Williams 

M. J. Williams 

Dan Wright 



R. E. Wubbles, Faculty Member 



Page 102 




Axtell 

Brady 

Dawkins 

Frye 

Harkins 



Howard 

Jones 

Lemly 

A/cMullin 

Shrader 



Smith 

Spillman 

Stokes 

Turnage 

Wiggins 



Williams, B. 
Williams, M. J. 
Wright 
Wubbles 



JIMMY DOOLITTLE CAN TELL THEM HOW TO RUN THIS CHAPTER 



Page 103 



PI KAPPA ALPHA 




ALPHA IOTA CHAPTER 

This group rates "excellent" in sports 
and scholarship. The boys of 424 Mar- 
shall Street get a well-proportioned slice 
of life. Such groups as The Literati rise 
up over night. The Pikes usually lead in 
pledging and initiating men . a 

diversified group is the result. Their 
Founders' Day is traditional, and some of 
the impromptu parties are nothing short 
of being sensational! "Pop" King and 
Dr. Fincher stand by at all times. 



OFFICERS 

JACK KING . . . President 

BUDDY WOFFORD . . . Vice-President 

ROBERT YARBROUGH .... Secretary 

JAMES ARMSTRONG .... ... Treasurer 

CARROLL MITCHELL . . . Historian 



Charles Allen 
James Armstrong 
John Baas 
Carroll Ball 
Aden Barlow 
Den Boswell 
Duncan Brackin 
Dean Calloway 
James Calloway 
Jean Calloway 
Truly Conerly 
James Cox 
Herbert Crisler 
Don Detwiler 
Kinchen Exum 
Gale Fant 
Lane Foster 
Jack Glaze 
David Harpole 
Wyatt Harris 



MEMBERS 

Jere Harrison 
Jack Hiwiller 
James Holder 
Bobby Holyfield 
Van Jackson, Jr. 
Bob Jurasheck 
Jack King 
William Lampton 
Bobby Mantz 
Hillman Mathis 
Shelby Mathis 
Carroll Mitchell 
Don Mizell 
Inman Moore 
Rasha Moore 
Johnny Morrow 
Dan McCullen 
Marion McGough 
John McKee 
Mike McLaurin 



Meldon McWilliams 
Walter Neill 
Keith Pigott 
Charles Rhea 
Maury Ross 
Wallace Russell 
Otis Singletary 
Collie Smith 
Calvin Stubblefield 
Elton Waring 
William Weathersby 
James Webb 
Bradford Wells 
Mirl Whitaker 
Martin White 
Buddy Wofford 
Billy Wright 
Dick Wright 
Robert Yarbrough 
Neil Yelverton 



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Allen 

Baas 

Earlow 

Brackin 

Calloway. D. 

Calloway, Ja. 

Calloway, Je. 



Conerly 
Cox 
Crisler 
Detwiler 

Font 
Glaze 



Harris 

Harrison 

Holder 

Holyfield 

Jackson 

Jurasheck 

King 



Lampton 

Mantz 

Mathis, H. 

Mathis, S. 

Mitchell 

Mizell 

Moore 



Morrow 

McCullen 

McGough 

McKee 

McLaurin 

McWMIicms 



Neill 

Pigott 

Rhea 

Ross 

Russell 

Singletary 



Smith 

Stubblefield 

Waring 

Weathersby 

Webb 

Wells 



Whitaker 

White 

Wofford 

Wright 

Yarbrough 

Yelverton 



SINKWICH CARRIED PIKE HONORS THIS YEAR 



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THE FEW WITH REALLY SANE AND SERIOUS THOUGHTS 



The Christian Council is the religious organization which sponsors all religious 
activities on the campus. It is composed of two members each from the Y.W.C.A. and 
Y.M.C.A., two members frcm the Ministerial League, one from the Baptist Student 
Union, five members from the student body at large, and one representative from each 
of the Methodist Youth Fellowships in Jackson. 

This year the Christian Council brought Dr. Roy L. Smith to Millsaps as the main 
speaker during Religious Emphasis Week. Besides sponsoring Religious Emphasis Week, 
the council also sponsors services for Millaps students and faculty during the Lenten 
season. 



ELLIS WILLIAMSON 
POLLY STROUD 
MARIE GRUBBS 
RICKETTS CHILDRESS 



Hettie Faye Beasley 
Reid Bingham 
Ricketts Childress 
Everett Felder 
Marie Grubbs 
James Holston 



OFFICERS 



MEMBERS 

Johnny Morrow 
Marjorie Murphy 
Sue McCormack 
Walter Ridgway 
Ellenita Sells 



. President 

Vice-President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 



Nell Shrader 
Polly Stroud 
Fred Tatum 
Ellis Williamson 
Dr. J. A. Fincher 
Miss Virginia Thomas 



Beasley, Bingham, Childress, Felder, Grubbs, Holston, Morrow, Murphy, McCormack, 
Ridgway, Sells, Shrcder, Stroud, Tatum, Willicm c on, Fincher 




Page 109 



BAPTIST STIDEJT IJ 1\ 1 \ 



'UNITED WE STAND, DIVIDED WE FALL" 



The Baptist students of Millsaps have banded together to form an "Association for 
the Mutual Protection of Outcasts from the Methodist Horde." They call it the Baptist 
Student Union- Its Monday afternoon meetings are held in the Christian Center, and 
Carroll Lowe declares they have business to discuss, along with their worship services. 
The chief contribution of the group to the school is its welcoming committee which 
helps orient the Baptist students at the beginning of the year. They're really a nice 
bunch, even though they won't show much animosity toward the Choctaws. 



OFFICERS 

CATHERINE RICHARDSON President 

ZACH TAYLOR First Vice-President 

BETTY JO HOLCOMB Second Vice-President 

HELEN McGEHEE Third Vice-President 

CARROLL LOWE Secretary 

JOHN HAMPTON . Treasurer 

BILLY SHACKELFORD, JACK GLAZE Reporters 



Glaze, Hampton, Holcomb, Lowe, McGehee, Richardson, Shackelford, Taylor 




Page 1 10 



MhlNTKIII.IL mm 



FUTURE SMITHS AND FOSDICKS 



These ministerial students ore to be congratulated on the hard work they do and 
the continuous interest shewn in it. Not only do they attend classes regularly and carry 
full loads of school work, but most of them have their own churches, preaching several 
times a week. 

They meet weekly for discussions of church problems, and under the able leadership 
of James Holston, they have built a firm foundation for their futures as able and 
popular ministers. 

OFFICERS 

JAMES HOLSTON . . . President 

EVERETT FELDER . . Vice-President 

WILSON RAY Secretary-Treasurer 

MEMBERS 

Ray Adams James Holstcn D. A. Reily 

James Darby Roger Jolly Miller Schultz 

R. Nelon Davis Glendall Jones Haywood Scott 

Garland Dean Lael Jones Marshall Sharp 

N. A. Dickson Ross Pickett Otis Singletary 

Everett Felder Warren Pittman Noel Ulmer 

Stanley Geiselman Wilson Ray Ellis Williamson 

George Harkins Harry Raymond James Williamson 

Adams, Davis, Felder, Geicelman, Harkins, Holston, Jolly, Jones, Pittman, Ray, Reily, 
Schultz, Singletary, E. Willicmson, J. Willie rmon 




Page 1 1 1 



THE 




OFFICERS 

WALTER RIDGWAY President 

RUTH GIBBONS . . . Vice-President 

SYLVIA ROBERTS Secretary 

JIM HOLDER Business Manager 



sopranos: 
Flora Mae Arant 
Elsie Borland 
Alma Elizabeth Brown 
Mary Alice Boyles 
Rebecca Bufkin 
Nelle Craig 
Sara Dewees 
Corinne Doty 
Ruth Gibbons 
Charlotte Gulledge 
Marjorie Mounger 
Nina Ruth Owen 
Alice Owens 
Clara Porter 
Virginia Price 
Catherine Richardson 
Sylvia Roberts 
Jacqueline Rogers 
Sara Ross 
Ellenita Sells 
Frances Wroten 



AltOS: 

Beth Barron 
Barbara Boswell 
Ann Brien 
Betty Brien 
Joan Carl 
Sarah Cochran 
Dolores Craft 
Lennie Crawford 
Emma Gere Gainey 
Bonnie Griffin 
Carroll Lowe 
Dot Melvin 
Lcuise Miller 
Betty McBride 
Waudine Nelson 
Ellen Robinson 
Kathleen Stanley 
Joanna Wells 
Sylvia Wilkins 

Tenors: 
Howard Brown 
Ricketts Childress 
Lewis Jones 



Walter Neill 
Robert Pearson 
John Poole 
D. A Reily 
Hunter Stokes 
Whitfield Vick 
Noel Womack 

Basses: 
Charles Allen 
Jean Calloway 
Herbert Craig 
Jack Glaze 
Jim Holder 
Bob Hollingsworth 
Bob Juraschek 
Harry Leach 
James Ogden 
Keith Pigott 
Wilson Ray 
Walter Ridgway 
Perry Terrell 
Jerry Trey 
Jesse L. Wofford 
Joe Wroten 



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No Glee Club trips to hear the singers talk 
about this year! Since the war put such a hitch 
in transpcrtation, the musically inclined are 
forced to rehash the trips of the "good ole 
days," or not talk at all. 

Their enforced "live at home and like it" 
state didn't quell the "do-mi-sol-do" gang, 
though. They started off the year by joining 
with the ether Jackson schools for a Christmas 
presentation of the City Auditorium of Handel's 
MESSIAH on its 200th birthday. 

Later, the Millsaps choir returned to the Au- 
ditorium in a Sunday afternoon concert, which 
was dedicated to the former members of the 
Millsaps Singers who are now in the armed 
service. Other local appearances included 
the presentation of selected numbers for the 
Mississippi Educational Association Convention 
in the Heidelberg Victory Room, the Men's Bible 
Class at Galloway Church, and at Pratt Colored 
Methodist Church. 

Due to the armed forces' constant drain on 
Millsaps' man-power, the Singers' future began 
to look a bit gloomy. Kathleen saved the day, 
though, by "pitching in" with the tenors, and 




Professor Alvin J. King 
Director 



seme of Pep's high school boys helped fill in 
with the other voices, so the all-girl cantata 
is being saved for another year. Hungry want- 
ed to be a baritone, but gave up the idea when 
Pop said it didn't seem lady-like. 

Even though many of the boys have gone, 
the Singers still remember them and think of 
them at the close of each prcgram and rehear- 
cal as they sing the Benediction. 



KNOWN FROM THE GULF TO THE GREAT 

LAKES FOR THEIR QUALITY OF TONE AND QUALITY OF CHARACTER 



Page 113 



THE 



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The outstanding event of the year for the 
Beethoven Club was the presentation of a talk 
and a group of songs by Miss Esther Amelie 
Oldt, contralto and teacher of speech at Anti- 
och College. Also, the club was honored by 
having two members selected to serve at a re- 
ception for Rudolph Ganz, noted pianist under 
whom Mrs. Roberts studied. Mr. Ganz gave a 
program at Belhaven College and held a mas- 
ter class for the Millsaps music students. 

At Christmas the music faculty entertained 
the club with a tea-musical. Journalistically 
speaking, a "finger" at all those members who 
were absent— bcth the music and the refresh- 
ments were grand. 

The club, under the direction of Mrs. J. L. 
Roberts, has enjoyed a series of fine programs 
at its semi-monthly meetings in Elsinore Hall. 
These programs have included two piano num- 
bers by Mrs. Roberts and Catherine Richard- 
son, Jean Calloway and Jean Whyte, and Jean 
Colloway and Martin White; a program by Mrs. 
Coullet; ones combining the talents of bcth 
piano and voice pupils,- and record programs. 




Mrs. J. L. Roberts 
Director 



THEY EVEN LISTENED TO "WHITE CLIFFS OF DOVER' 



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OFFICERS 

CATHERINE RICHARDSON President 

RUTH GIBBONS Vice-President 

JEAN CALLOWAY Secretary 

MAUD ELLA MAJURE Treasurer 



Alice Bending 
Martha Boger 
Barbara Boswell 
Betty Brien 
Jannie Vee Brooks 
Helen Frances Brown 
Jean Calloway 
Virginia Carmichael 
Sarah Cochran 
Nelle Craig 
Anne Denham 
Jcelycn Dent 
Corinne Doty 



MEMBERS 

Carrie Pearl Evans 
Emma Gene Gainey 
Ramelle Garbarino 
Ruth Gibbons 
Frances Gill 
Annie Marion Guyton 
Fanny Haughton 
Betty Henry 
Betty Hewes 
Ruth Ingram 
Charlotte Jor.es 
Sara Ellen Jcnes 
Wilda Little 



Maud Ella Majure 
Brownell Maxwell 
Mary Anna Mayo 
Marjorie Mounger 
Sybil McDonald 
Patricia Platte 
Virginia Price. 
Catherine Richardson 
Eva Nell Tannehill 
Anne Louise West 
Mary John Whitworth 
Mary Louise Wilson 
Frances Wroten 



Page 115 



THE 





In spite of frequent departures for the armed 
services among the veteran members of the 
staff, the P&W came up to its usual high 
standard this year under the able leadership 
of Harold Turnage. Highlights of the year 



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were the edition dedicated to Millsaps men in 
the services, the co-ed edition, Freshman edi- 
tion, and the April Fool edition. 



EDITORIAL STAFF 


CHARLINE HARRIS 


Managing Editor 


JOE WROTEN 


News Editor 


M. J. WILLIAMS . . . 


. Sports Editor 


KINCHEN W. EXUM 


Feature Editor 


DOROTHY RAYNHAM 


Art Editor 


LADY BETTY TIMBERLAKE . 


Society Editor 


JANICE TRIMBLE 


Copy Editor 


HERBERT CRISLER 


Exchange Editor 


ALMA ZENFELL 


Staff Editor 


ERNEST RATHELL . . 


. Proof Editor 



Harold Turnage 
Editor 



NEWS STAFF— Anne Denham, Miriam Lan- 
caster, Maxyne Madden, Ann Jones, Jannie 
Vee Brooks, Lucy Gerald, Hazel Bailey, Sara 
Kathleen Posey, Mary Sanders, Dot Melvin, 
Gerald McMillan, Toni Burton, Helen Hayes, 
Jane Kern, Hettie Faye Beasley, Babs Boswell, 
Doye Payne, Bubber Walker, Flora Mae Arant, 
Sarah Cochran, Edna Earle Berryhill, Maxine 
Harper. 

FEATURE STAFF-Margaret Gaskin, Maxine 
Harper, Marie Grubbs, Anne Buchanan, Ann 
Brien, Inman Moore, Priscilla Morson, Jim 
Holder, Frances Alexander, Doris Murphree. 



IF IT WASN'T FOR THE FINGER 



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and UJmte 



This year's business staff should be com- 
mended for its excellent work in securing 
advertisements to keep the paper coming off 
the pre:s in such critical times. Look at any 
copy and view the handiwork of King, Johnson, 
Mitchell, and Buchanan. 

BUSINESS STAFF 

JOHNNY MORROW Circulation Manager 

LILLIAN JOHNSON Asst. Circulation Manager 
CATHERINE RICHARDSON Subscription Mgr. 

ADVERTISING STAFF-Charles Allen, Carroll 
Mitchell, Marie Gooch, Emily Henderson, Alice 
Owens, Joelyon Dent, Mike McLaurin, Lavinia 
Johnson, John McKee, Walter Ridgway. 

SUBSCRIPTION STAFF-Sara Ross, Norma 
Barnes, Bonnie Griffin, Peggy Stroud. 

CIRCULATION STAFF-Virginia Carmichael, 
Charles Carmichael, June Eckert, Nelon Davis, 
Jane Kropp, Shelby Mathis, Helen Hughes. 




Jack King 
Business Manager 




AND THE CHESTERFIELD ADS 



Page 117 



THE 



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Mirl Whitaker 






Editor 






EDITORIAL 


STAFF 




CLARA PORTER 


Assistant 


Editor 


CATHERINE RICHARDSON Class 


Editor 


MARIE GRUBBS 


Organization 


Editor 


BUBBER McWILLIAMS 


Photography 


Editor 


HERBERT CRISLER 


Literary 


Editor 


MIKE McLAURIN 


Sports 


Editor 


DOROTHY RAYNHAM 


Art Editor 


ANN BRIEN 


Calendar 


Editor 


ROBERT YARBROUGH 


Administration 


Editor 



CLASS STAFF-Bonnie Griffin, Edna Earle 
Berryhill, Eess Ann McMillan, Joe Wroten, 
Madeline Baird. 

ORGANIZATION STAFF-Carroll Ball, Ray 
Adams, J. W. Chatham, Gerry McCormack, 
Jim Webb. 

LITERARY STAFF-Kinchen Exum, Jannie Vee 
Brooks, John Malone, Betty Brien, Doye Payne. 

ART STAFF-Theo Stovall, Bcb Juraschek, 
Connie Mary Lloyd. 

SPORTS STAFF-Nina Hazel Reeves. 

CALENDAR STAFF-Sara Ross, Norma 
Barnes, Winnifred Seegers 

ADMINISTRATION STAFF-Lady Betty Tim- 
berlake, Kitty Shannon. 

The BOBASHELA this year has struggled 
along under a jinx. First, Mirl Whitaker, after 
planning and photographing much of this book, 
left for camp, turning the reins over to capable 
Elizabeth Buchanan, who subsequently elcped 
with a high school sweetheart and left the work 
to Clara Porter, who— at the time of the writing 
—seems to have escaped the hoodoo and is 
about to bring the publication to a successful 
conclusion. Luckily, the editorial staff this year 
is somewhat larger than formerly, and all three 
successive editcrs have been individuals who 
know their stuff, as some glances through the 
book should tell you. Mirl's foresight in thor- 
oughly laying out the ground-work before his 
departure is especially to be recommended. 



BETTER LATE THAN NEVER 




Qaka&kela 



The same jinx pestering the Editorial Staff 
reached out early this year and snatched James 
Armstrong, whose place was ably filled by 
Maury Ross, who in turn vanished from the 
scene, leaving matters in the hands of Zach 
Taylor. At this writing, Zach has not yet 
succumbed to the jinx and is doing a pretty 
good job on what remains to be done. It is 
noteworthy that this would have been Arm- 
strong's second year as business manager. It 
is also noteworthy that Pi Kappa Alpha has 
broken the record by furnishing two business 
managers for cne issue of the Bobashela. 

Despite these jars, the business managers, 
assisted by a very capable staff, have suc- 
ceeded in getting those all-important ads, as 
some quick glances will assure you. These 
commercial details must be handled by some- 
one, and they've dene a good job— besides 
getting ycur 50c subscription. 



BUSINESS STAFF 

MAURY ROSS Assistant Business Manager 

ZACH TAYLOR Advertising Manager 

JOHNNY MORROW Circulation Manager 

SARA K. POSEY Organizations Manager 

LADY BETTY TIMBERLAKE Asst. Adv. Manager 




James Armstrong 
Business Manager 



STAFF MEMBERS-Calvin Stubblef ield, Harry 
Frye, Lane Van Hook, Bobby Mantz, Joanna 
Wells, Dot Melvin, Bonnie Griffin, Betty Hewes, 
Billie Claude Pierce, and Marjorie Wright. 



DID ANYONE EVER MEET A DEADLINE? 




MAJORETTE CLUB 



WHITE SWEATERS, M's, AND STUNT NIGHT 

The Majorettes will always be remembered, first of all, for their Stunt Night. 
Their sponsorship of this annual affair has provided the campus with some grand 
entertainment. 

Another of their projects, the Club Room, evolved into the Founders' Hall Re- 
creation Room. 

Never too busy to undertake something else, they managed the girls' intra- 
murals: ping pong, softball, basketball, and volleyball. And they even found time 
to throw a STEAK FRY (before rationing) and a Christmas party at the Heidelberg. 

OFFICERS 

CLARINE RUSH ... President 

JEAN BARNETT ... . . Vice-President 

JANICE TRIMBLE Secretary 

HETTIE FAYE BEASLEY . . Intra-Murals Head 

MEMBERS 

Jean Barnett Priscilla Morscn 

Hettie Faye Beasley Sue McCormack 

Martha Boger Katherine Riddell 

Suenette Dinkins Helen Ruoff 

Cecil Haeuser Clarine Rush 

Millicent Lampe Polly Stroud 

Althea Martin Janice Trimble 

Mary Anna Mayo Alma Zenfell 




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nmim club 



OFFICERS 



ADEN BARLOW 
BUDDY JONES 
CECIL HAEUSER 
MARTHA BOGER 
DAVID HARPOLE 



Aden Barlow 
Martha Boger 
James Darby 
Cecil Haeuser 
David Harpole 



President 

Vice-President 

Secretary 

. Treasurer 

Reporter 



MEMBERS 



Buddy Jones 
Walter Neill 
Binford Richardson 
Noel Ulmer 
Dr. J. M. Sullivan 




Dr. J. M. Sullivan 
Chief High Rambler 



The Ramblers' Club aims to stimulate interest among the Millsaps students in 
geology. This year the orginization made several field trips in Jackson and its vicinity, 
to Vicksburg, and to Flora, where different formations were observed and new 
specimens of shells collected. The Club makes a large collection cf valuable material 
from year to year which greatly aids the geology students in their work. 



MAYBE THEY'LL STUMBLE UPON THE "MISSING LINK" 



Barlow, Boger, Hoeuser, Jones, Neill, Richardson 




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fi TI SIGMA 



THEY TURN GREEN AT THE SIGHT OF A PHI BETA KAPPA KEY 



Seme people do ccme to college to be straight-A students. Members of Eta Sigma 
prove to the freshmen that it is possible. With this exception, Eta Sigmas are like 
the rest of the students. 

Of their honors they are proudest of the fact that almost all of their faculty 
members wear Phi Beta Kappa keys! 



OFFICERS 



JANICE TRIMBLE 
DR. J. A. FINCHER 



President 
Secretary 



MEMBERS 



William Axtell 
Dolores Craft 
Clara Porter 
Fred Tatum 
Janice Trimble 



Dr. H- M. Bullock 
Mrs. H. W. Cobb 
Dr. J. A. Fincher 
Dr. R. H. Moore 
Dr. W. E. Riecken 



Dr. M. L. Smith 



Axtell, Craft, Porter, Tatum, Trimble, Fincher, Moore, Riecken, Smith 




Paige 122 



E T A S I G II 1 P II I 

. . MODERN PICNICS PLUS DREAMS OF ANCIENT SPLENDOR 

These are the people that do well in the Classics, although they are not as 
successful in local Greek restaurants. They scmetimes have fabulous banquets at which 
they pay homage to the grandeur that was Greece and the glory that was Rome. 

The local chapter has supplied national officers many times in its history. 

OFFICERS 

JANICE TRIMBLE President 

KINCHEN EXUM Vice-President 

CATHERINE RICHARDSON .... Secretary 

DOLORES CRAFT . Treasurer 

MEMBERS 

Hazel Bailey Ellenita Sells 

Dolores Craft Janice Trimble 

Maye Evelyn Doggett Harold Turnage 

Kinchen Exum Mrs. H. W. Cobb 

Ruth Gibbons Miss Elizabeth Craig 

Cornelia Harrison Mrs. Armand Cculllet 

Bobby Holyfield Mrs. W- F. Goodman 

Marion McGough Dr. A. P. Hamilton 

Catherine Richardson Professor A. G. Sanders 

Dr. M. L- Smith 

Bailey, Craft, Doggett, Exum, Gibbons, Harrison, Holyfield, McGough, Richardson, Sells, 
Trimble, Turnage, Sanders, Smith 




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Y.W.C.! CABINET 

McCORMACK IS ALSO STATE PRESIDENT 

Encouraged by the leadership of enthusiastic officers, this year's Y.W.C.A. 
accomplished much. 

The spend-the-night party, the freshman reception, the little sister party, the 
Y.M.— Y.W. banquet, and the state-wide conference at Allison's Wells were among 
the year's activities. 

Social Service work was carried en at the Methodist Orphanage and at the 
Bethlehem Center. 

OFFICERS 

SUE McCORMACK President 

MARIE GRUBBS .... Vice-President 

POLLY STROUD ... Secretary 

JANICE TRIMBLE . . Treasurer 

MEMBERS 

Jean Barnett Catherine Richardson 

Barbara Boswell (Catherine Riddell 

Maye Evelyn Doggett Clarine Rush 

Marie Grubbs Ellenita Sells 

Marjorie Murphy Polly Stroud 

Sue McCormack Janice Trimble 

Alma Zenfell 

Barnett, Boswell, Doggett, Grubbs, Murphy, McCormack, Richardson, Riddell, 
Rush, fells, Stroud, Trimble, Zenfe'l 




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I II. C. i U B IN E T 



HERE ORIGINATE ATTACKS ON STUDENT RELIGIOUS PROBLEMS 

The Y.M.C.A.'s number in their roster quite a few B.M.O.C.'s. Chief among these 
is, of course, Reid Bingham, elected president by direct vote in open session. Twice a 
month the Y. meets to lay plans for religious activities and events. It has not all 
been rcses and honey, however— for there have been rumcrs cf seme vague kind of 
rivalry with the Y-W.— heaven knows what about. 

Though its roster is being depleted by the ubiquitous demands of Uncle Sam, 
the Y. is still bowling along at a merry pace and setting a mark for the future Y.'s 
to shoot at. An important member was lest the second semester when J. W. Chatham 
went into the armed forces. Other valuable members have vanished from time to 
time, creating an ever-present problem in attendance. Among these are James Arm- 
strong, Fred Tatum, and Buddy Wofford— good men all, who will be missed. 

OFFICERS 

REID BINGHAM Fresident 

JOE WROTEN .... 
RICKETTS CHILDRESS .... 



Ray Adams 
Reid Bingham 
J. W. Chatham 
Ricketts Childress 
Bill Dabbs 
Harry Frye 



MEMBERS 

Jim Holder 
James Holston 
Jack King 
Johnny Morrow 
John Pocle 
Walter Ridgway 
Jce Wrcten 



Vice-President 
Secretary-Treasurer 

Jim Stuckenschneider 
Fred Tatum 
Zach Taylor 
Frank Williams 
M. J. Williams 
Ellis Williamson 



Adams, Bingham, Chatham, Childress, Dabbs, Frye, Holder, Holston, King, Morrow, 
Poole, Ridgwcy, Stuckenschneider, Tatum, Taylor, F. Williams, M. J. Williams, William- 
son, Wroten 




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STUDENT EXECUTIVE BOARD 



THEY HANDLE THE "BIG" BUSINESS 



The Student Executive Board is the formal governing bcdy fcr the students, con- 
sisting of the student body officers and the heads of various representative groups 
en the campus. It makes the laws and sees that the constitution is upheld. This year 
found Millsaps fcr the first time with a girl wielding the gavel for the student body, 
for when Fred and Walter both left at the end cf first semester fcr medical school, 
Mary Emma Ervin remained as acting president. 



OFFICERS 



FRED TATUM 
WALTER RIDGWAY 
MARY EMMA ERVIN 



President 

Vice-President 

Secretary -Treasurer 



MEMBERS 



Harold Turnage Purple and White 

Mirl Whitaker Bobashela 

Sue McCormack Y.W.CA. 

Reid Bingham Y.M.C.A. 

Janice Trimble Women's Panhellenic 

Jim Stuckenschneider Men's Pan-Hellenic 
Ellis Williarrscn 



James Webb 
Clarine Rush 
Eugene Smith . 
James Holston 
Jim Holder 
M. J. Williams . 
Christian Council 



Debate 

Woman's Council 

Band 

Ministerial League 

Millsaps Singers 

Dramatic Club 




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ii oil .u ' s i' ii ii 111 r i l 

. . . . DEAF TO PLEAS FOR MORE 1 1:00 O'CLOCK NIGHTS 



The Woman's Council, the co-ed's governing body of Millsaps, which is composed 
of a member frcm each sorority, the Y.W.C.A., and the Majorette Club, this year 
drew up a new set of dormitory regulations, concerning hours and nights out. 

One of the outstanding events of the year is the tea given for the seniors in the 
spring. At present funds are being raised for a rug which will be placed in the 
lounge of Murrah Hall. 



OFFICERS 

CLARINE RUSH President 

JANICE TRIMBLE Vice-President 

CHARLINE HARRIS .... Secretary 



MEMBERS 



Beth Barron 
Charline Harris 
Clarine Rush 



Ellenita Sells 
Polly Stroud 
Janice Trimble 



Trances Wrcten 




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international relation club 



HIGHLIGHT OF THE YEAR WAS VAN'S INITIATION 



The foremost authorities en the wcrld yesterday, today, and maybe tomorrow, 
are to be found bi-monthly in solemn meetings at various meeting places- Amid 
comfortable surroundings, with a homey touch provided by Clara's and Doris' knitting, 
these radicals, politicians, economists, and historians solve the world's problems. 

OFFICERS 

FRANK WILLIAMS President 

BILL SHANKS Vice-President 

HELEN RUOFF Secretary-Treasurer 



Charles Carmichael 
James Chastain 
Cecil Haeuser 
Alan Holmes 
Frances Keenan 
Priscilla Morson 
Deris Murphree 
Helen McGehee 
Gerald McMillan 



MEMBERS 

James Ogden 
Doye Payne 
John Poole 
Clara Porter 
Helen Ruoff 
Bill Shanks 
Hunter Stokes 
Fred Tatum 
Harold Turnage 



Peggy Tyer 
Justus Van der Kroef 
Elizabeth Williams 
Frank Williams 
Dan Wright 
Alma Zenfell 
Dr. Oscar Dooley 
Dr. R. H. Moore 
Prof. R. E. Wubbles 



Carmichael, Haeuser, Keenan, Morson, Murphree, McGehee, McMillan, Ogden, Payne, 

Poole, Porter, Ruoff, Shanks, Stokes, Tatum, Turnage, E. William":, F. William^, Wright, 

Zenfell, Dooley, Moore, Wubb'es 





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KAPPA I) E L T I E P S I L 1 

. . . THEIR TALES OF PRACTICE-TEACHING WILL SLAY YOU 

KDE ended up its second year en the campus well established in the field of 
honoraries. These future school marms of America came into their glory during the 
annual M. E. A. Convention, when they interview possible employers. Sara Jean 
Applewhite left the Millsaps "circle" for a short time to travel to Cincinnati to the 
National Convention as Millsaps' representative. 

OFFICERS 

HAZEL BAILEY . . President 

MARY LEE BUSBY . Vice-President 

MAYE EVELYN DOGGETT .... . . Corresponding Secretary 

ALTHEA MARTIN Recording Secretary 

JANICE TRIMBLE . . Treasurer 

FROF. R. R. HAYNES . Sponsor 



Hazel Bailey 
Jean Barnett 
Hettie Faye Beasley 
Mary Lee Busby 
Maye Evelyn Doggett 
Ruth Gibbons 



MEMBERS 

Betty Jo Holcomb 
Althea Martin 
Virginia Minyard 
Doris Murphree 
Virginia McKeown 
Helen Ruoff 



Clarine Rush 
Ellenita Sells 
Polly Stroud 
Janice Trimble 
Frances Wroten 
Prof. R. R- Haynes 



Bailey, Barnett, Beasley, Busby, Doggett, Gibbons, Holcomb, Martin, Minyard, Murphree, 
McKeown, Ruoff, Rush, Sells, Stroud, Trimble, Wroten, Haynes 




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N I Ul .1 LAMBDA 



. . THE NEED IS FOR MORE BUS-STOP HOUSES TO ATTACK 

These BWOC's meet each month to meditate past accomplishments, face present 
issues, and provide for the future. The annual Varsity Show sponsored by Sigma 
Lambda turned a timely eye to our neighbors to the South, and was lauded by 
students and faculty, but their greatest contribution to the campus was the removal 
of the "unsightly" bus-stop house at the corner of Park Avenue and State. 

OFFICERS 

CATHERINE RICHARDSON . . President 

MARY EMMA ERVIN .... ... Vice-President 

JANICE TRIMBLE Secretary-Treasurer 

ELIZABETH WILLIAMS, CLARA PORTER .... Co-Historians 



MEMBERS 



Hettie Faye Beasley 
Mary Emma Ervin 
Charline Harris 
Sue McCormack 
Clara Porter 
Catherine Richardson 
Helen Ruoff 



Clarine Rush 
Ellenita Seals 
Janice Trimble 
Elizabeth Williams 
Miss Elizabeth Craig 
Mrs. W. F. Goodman 
Mrs. Mary B. Stone 



Beasley, Ervin, Harris, McCormack, Porter, Richardson, Ruoff, Rush, Sells, Trimble, 

Williams, Stone 




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M 1 1) R 1 DELTA K ;l P P I 



CENTER OF CAMPUS INFLUENCE 



The proud possessor of an ODK key commands respect wherever the key is 
recognized. Omicron Delta Kappa is a leadership fraternity for men who have 
outstanding records in every field of activity. 

The r e crusaders at Millsaps have sponsored the new coat racks in the cafeteria, 
agitated for an infirmary, and applauded the Naval unit to be established here in 
July. Dr. Rcss Moore during the course cf the year was appointed acting National 
Treasurer- 



OFFICERS 

FRED TATUM President 

JAMES ARMSTRONG Vice-President 

DR. R. H. MOORE Secretary-Treasurer 



MEMBERS 



James Armstrong 
Ricketts Childress 
Alan Holmes 
Jack King 
Walter Ridgway 
Fred Tatum 



Harold Turnage 
Ellis Williamson 
Prof. A. J. King 
Dr. R. H. Mocre 
Dr. W. E. Riecken 
Dr. M. L. Smith 



Childress, King, Ridgwcy, Tatum, Turnage, Williamson, King, Moore, Riecken, Smith 




Page 131 



THE DRAMATIC CLUB 

THE CAMPUS TURNS OUT FOR EVERY PLAY 

ONE-ACT FLAYS 

THE HAUNTED THEATRE FIFTY-FIFTY FIVE FOR BAD LUCK 

SUPPRESSED DESIRES DEAD MEN CAN'T HURT YOU 

THE KID MAKES UP HIS MIND 

HUGO IN A HURRY 

THREE-ACT PLAYS 

MR. PIM PASSES BY THE CIRCLE 

Cast: Cast: 

George M,arden Jim Holder Clive Champion-Cheney O. Singletary 

Olivia, his wife Frances Wroten Amold Champion-Cheney, M. P. 

,,..,,. ., . « I, Bob Juraschek 

Lady Marden, his aunt Mane Grubbs , . _ , , . ^ . 

' Lord Porteus Herbert Craig 

Dinah, his mece Betty Jo Holcomb Lady Catherme Champion-Cheney 

Brian Strange Herbert Craig Elizabeth Williams 

Carraway Pirn Joe Field Elizabeth Frances Wroten 

Ann, the maid Edna Earle Berryhill Mrs. Shenstone Ellen Rcbinson 

OFFICERS 

» 

M. J. WILLIAMS President 

FRANCES WROTEN Vice-President 

EMMA GENE GAINEY Secretary-Treasurer 




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U P II I P SI (Ml Ui t 



NOTED FOR THEIR ROUGH INITIATIONS 



Alpha Pi of Alpha Psi Omega, one of the "active" honoraries on the campus, 
sponsored two plays this year, MR. PIM PASSES BY and THE CIRCLE. Members 
assisted with the presentation of two groups of one-act plays given by the Dramatic 
Club, under Dr. White's guidance. 

Brother Moore is still taking parts in Jackson Little Theatre productions, thus 
keeping the campus Cables and Lamarrs in touch with the local drama fields. 

In spite of the loss of Bcb Nichols at the first of the year, the players carried 
through in great style, having again provided the campus with a store of great 
entertainment. 



OFFICERS 



JIM HOLDER 
M. J. WILLIAMS 
CHARLINE HARRIS 



Edna Earle Berryhil 
Herbert Craig 
Marie Grubbs 
Charline Harris 
Betty Jo Holccmb 
Jim Holder 
Jack King 
Priscilla Morson 



MEMBERS 



President 

Vice-President 

Secretary -Treasurer 



Dorothy Raynham 
Catherine Richardson 
Charles Scott 
Elizabeth Williams 
M. J. Williams 
Frances Wroten 
Dr. R. H. Moore 
Dr. M. C. White 



Berryhill, Grubbs, Harris, Holcomb, Holder, King, Morson, Raynham, Richardson, Scott, 
E. Williams, M. J. Williams, Wroten, Moore, White 




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r H I 



D E L T I 



. . . HOW THE MEMBERS HATE TO BE ON THE PROGRAM! 

The campus "bluestockings", known as Chi Deltas to the hoipoloi, whirled 
merrily through their monthly meetings and still found time for a joint gathering with 
Kit Kat (masculine equivalent) at the Heidelberg. 

The girls have really been heckling each ether this ^ear, so now they're all scared 
to read their scrawls to the rest cf the crew. Relax, girls, what difference will a split 
infinitive cr a misplaced relative (where IS Uncle Henry?) make ten years from now? 
And besides, who's afraid of J. T.? 

Original Prexy "Mac" McKeown graduated in January, leaving the gang in a 
mournful mood we hear she's having a GOO-d time, though. V P. Clara 

Pcrter took charge and made them all happy, so Dr. Smith can smile again. 



OFFICERS 



VIRGINIA McKEOWN 
CLARA PORTER 
ELIZABETH WILLIAMS 

JANICE TRIMBLE 

Barbara Boswell 
Maxine Harper 
Charline Harris 
Priscilla Morson 
Doris Murphree 



President 

Vice-President 

Secretary-Treasurer 

Reporter 



MEMBERS 

Virginia McKeown 
Clara Porter 
Janice Trimble 
Elizabeth Williams 
Alma Zenfell 



Mrs. H. W. Cobb 
Miss Elizabeth Craig 
Mrs. W. F. Goodman 
Mrs. Mary B. Stone 
Miss Virginia Thomas 



Boswell, Harper, Harris, Morson, Murphree, McKeown, Porter, Trimble, Williams, 

Zenfell, Stone 




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K I T 



K A T 



OLDEST AND MOST VENERABLE HONORARY ON THE CAMPUS 



Kit Kat, the exclusive, was this year amazed to find itself once mere with more 
student than faculty members. It even went so far as to break a tradition and have 
a student instead of a faculty member act as host at one of its meetings. I Kit Kat 
never meets except when it has been promised fcod.) Harold Turnage was the 
precedent-breaker, entertaining the group at the Edwards. For the big meeting of 
the year in conjunction with Chi Delta, the boys promised great entertainment, and 
from what the "chosen few" said about it, it must have been good! 



HAROLD TURNAGE 



OFFICERS 



Secretary 



Herbert Crisler 
Kinchen Exum 
Alan Holmes 
Robert Nichols 
Brewster Robinson 



MEMBERS 



Harold Turnage 
Robert Yarbrough 
Dr. R. H. Moore 
Dr- J. B. Price 
Prof. A. G. Sanders 



Dr. M. C. White 



Crisler, Exum, Nichols, Robirron, Turnage, Yarbrcugh, Mcore, Price, Sanders, White 




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ALPHA EPSILON DELTA 

.... SPONSOR FRESHMAN PHYSICAL EXAMINATIONS 

Alpha Epsilon Delta is the official national honorary pre-medical organization 
on Millsaps campus. It numbers among its members future doctors and technicians. 
The usual tours made by the group-intellectuals were greatly curtailed this year be- 
cause of the fracas in Europe, Africa, and the South Pacific. 

OFFICERS 

FRED TATUM President 

WALTER RIDGWAY . . . . Vice-President 

VIRGINIA MINYARD Secretary 

JAMES ARMSTRONG Treasurer 

ROBERT PEARSON . Historian 

MEMBERS 

James Armstrong Van Jackson, Jr. Jim Stuckenschneider 

Aden Barlow Jack King Fred Tatum 

D. T. Brock Carroll Lowe Julia Wasson 

James Callcway Virginia Minyard Clay Wells 

John Denser Walter Neill Noel Womack 

Mary Emma Ervin Robert Pearson Dr. J. A. Fincher 

Cornelia Harrison Clara Porter Dr. J. B. Price 

Jim Holder Walter Ridgway Dr. W. E. Riecken 

Adene Hurst Brewster Robinson Dr. J. M. Sullivan 

Barlow, Brock, Calloway, Ervin, Harrison, Holder, Jackson, King, Lowe, Minyard, Neill, 
Pearson, Porter, Ridgway, Robinson, Stuckenschneider, Tatum, Wasson, Womack, Fincher, 

Price, Riecken, Sullivan 




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I) 



E L T A I A P P A I) E L T 

THEY'RE IN THE ARMY NOW 

Delta Kappa Delta is an honorary pre-law fraternity. It was organized in 1939 
in order to recognize interest and ability in the field of law preparation, and to 
bridge the gap between pre-law and law training. 

OFFICERS 

REID BINGHAM Fresident 

MAURY ROSS Vice-President 

M. J. WILLIAMS Secretary 

BOBBY HOLYFIELD . . . Treasurer 

MEMBERS 

Reid Bingham Maury Ross 

Harry Frye Charles Scott 

Bobby Holyfield Tom Scott 

Alan Holmes Hunter Stokes 

Carroll Mitchell Zach Taylor 

Maricn McGough M. J. Williams 

John Poole Prof. R. R- Haynes 

Prof. R. E. Wubbles 

Bingham, Frye, Holyfield, Mitchell, McGough, Poole, Ro et , C. Scott, T. Scott, Stokes, 
Taylor, Williams, Haynes, Wubbles 



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T H E T A N 11 SIGMA 



NEWEST ADDITION TO THE IMPRESSIVE LIST OF HONORARIES 



This young organization is an outgrowth of the need for an honorary recognizing 
ability in the field of general science. Also formed this year, the Millsaps College 
Academy of Science is Theta Nu Sigma's sponsor, the honorary drawing its members 
from the most outstanding in the Academy. 

Founded as a result of the enthusiasm and hard work of William Axtell, Theta Nu 
Sigma promises to be a worth-while addition to Millsaps- 



DOLORES CRAFT 
HARRIET REAGAN 
WAUDINE NELSON 
DR. J. A. FINCHER 



OFFICERS 



President 

Vice-President 

Secretary-Treasurer 

Faculty Adviser 



William Axtell 
Betty Brien 
Dean Calloway 
James Calloway 
Picketts Chi'dre-s 
Dclcres Craft 



MEMBERS 

Waudine Nelson 
Clara Porter 
Harriet Reagan 
Fred Tatum 
Julia Wasson 



Donald Winner 
Dr. J. A, Fincher 
Prof. G. L. Harrell 
Dr. B. E. Mitchell 
Dr. J. B. Price 
Dr. J. M. Sullivan 



Axtell, Brien, D. Calloway, J. Calloway, Childress, Craft, Nel'on, Porter, Reagan, Tatum, 
Wasson, Winner, Finc L er, Price, Sullivcn 




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THE L I T fi R \ T I 



SELF-STYLED LITERARY GENIUSES AND CRITICS 



"The vile:t of all crowds, the literary."— Keats. 

The Literati is the organization that proudly exists sub rcsa; it is very partisan, 
wickedly sectarian, and is definitely not open to people with ability. 



MEMBERS 



James Armstrong 
Herbert Crisler 
Kinchen Exum 
Marion McGough 



Virginia McKeown 
Patricia Platte 
Calvin Stubblefield 
Frances Wroten 



HONORARY MEMBER 

Herbie Kyzer, Tulane '41 



Crisler, Exum, McGough, McKeown, Pblte, Stubblefie'd, Wroten 




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Dot doesn't like it . . . Gerry and Dean Waiting for Physics 

. , Cephus' special He'll give 'em hay Posed And 

she's a beauty, too . . . Take your choice (ugh! i . . . Referee ... 1:05 has 

just rung . . Going to Dooley's class Best-known man on the 

campus. 




SUPS 



Collegiate . . . Five-minute snooze before lab - "I hate ycu for this!" 

. Dr. Smith iR. L) . . . Letter from home (?) . - Putting on an act 

G'wan ard lead! Ticky and Hungry What a waste of 
pie Doug and Mac and Frcf. 




SNAPS 



Time hangs heavy on their hands . . . "Foozy" . . Wallace explains 
the whole thing . . . Wondering where Cornelia and the "Bird-dog" are 
. Mirl and his camera Sun in their eyes Buddy shoots 

the sun The Pikes get seme new furniture Debut at the Chi 

O Dinner . . Galloway girls. 




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latum . . . 



The editor feels that the "it has been hard work, but if you enjoy the book I'm 
repaid" formula will not suffice for this page this year. I don't deny these facts but 
such ideas are too mechanistic. You perhaps remember when the BOBASHELA seemed 
hopelessly spread over the states of Arkansas and California— with little hope of survival. 

Much credit belongs to Clara Porter, and even Dr. Moore made history by advancing 
one good idea. I feel grateful to hosts of others who worked on and on; they supplied 
many of the ideas incorporated in this book. Do not let any of these persons, with 
their false modesty, brush off the compliments they deserve. 

The BOBASHELA is ever thankful to Mr. Bob Faerber for his vivid imagination and 
constant help in our relations with the Alabama Engraving Company. This year Mr. 
George Preiss proved new friends are very valuable also, and we thank him and the 
Paragon Press for their cooperation. 

Becky and Sonny were always fun to be with, and we welcome them as Millsaps 
students of tomorrow. Thanks to their vitality the editor was hard pressed to keep 
up with them; but we have their pictures as the result. 

In trying to find the theme and motive for this book I've made an attempt to find the 
pulse of the campus. At times it roared forth as loudly as the "juke" box in the Grill, 
and then at other times as feebly as an answer to Mrs. Goodman's Sophomore lit. 
exam. But I hope I haven't counted the beat wrongly. I feel that this thought of a 
new world was in your thinking. The idea, the spirit of Millsaps, of liberalism is neces- 
sary for our new world. 

MIRL WESLEY WHITAKER 
Camp Magnolia 
Magnolia, Arkansas 







Millsaps College 

M. L. SMITH, President Jackson, Mississippi 



IIHSiipS . . . Accepts the Challenge 
of mil and TOMORROW 



Never before have the students of Millsaps been offered such a vast op- 
portunity to prove their strength, their courage, and their ingenuity in fac- 
I ing the challenge of today and of tomorrow. Theirs will be the bounding 

privilege of rebuilding a world of true peace ... a world that the vision | 

and enthusiasm of youth can anticipate . . . that the character and training 
of disciplined minds can bring into being. 

With liberalism and truth as her cornerstone, Millsaps throughout the 
years has molded the character and developed the minds of students who 
would "look for the horizon that others have not yet seen". Today on the 
horizon behind the war-clouds a new world challenges her students. 
Strengthened by its past, and looking to the future, Millsaps is helping 
students meet that challenge. 






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Recapitulation 

This bit of recapitulation 
Shows Millsaps during the duration 
And possibly the only explanation 
If zinc and paper went en ration. 

The school daze began again in Sep- 
tember and everything get off to a good 
start for Millsaps secend half of the cen- 
tury. The war had begun to thin out some 
students but many had gone to school all 
through the summer. Everybody seemed 
relieved that the compulsory chapel had a 
shorter period. 

Freshman Day soon rolled around and 
Freshman Queen Berryhill lasted through 
October when she ruled the Navy exhibit 
at the Fair. 

As Dora Hwa had gone off to graduate 
school, van der Krcef came in the nick of 
time from Java to keep the Far East repre- 
sented on our campus. 

Then came Fall Tap Day and everybody 
was thinking about hew they ever lasted 
through longer chapel periods. 

Night Life on the campus included the 
annual stunt night and Dr. White's new crop 
of players in some one-act plays. Later on 
they presented Milne's "Mr. Pirn Passes By." 

Coach Carson by this time was showing 
the eds and co-eds a real practical sports 
program for Millsaps and some of the phys- 
ical ed students were getting in commando 
trim. 

The PURPLE AND WHITE announced in 
November that over 400 Millsaps men were 
in the Nation's armed forces. Over 74 of 
the men are officers, and many more are 
graduating from Officers' Candidate School. 

The Millsaps War Bond Drive was such 
a big success that it netted $70,000, and got 
the congratulations of the governor. 



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Dr. Bullock left the sheltered walls of 
the campus to put one foot in heaven, and 
the first of December Dr. Moore went to 
New York "for culture." 

Dr. Roy L. Smith, editor of the CHRIS- 
TIAN ADVOCATE, was the religious Empha- 
sis Week speaker in December. All the 
plans were made by a committee of— (well, 
you try to decide how many). 

The OKD members continued the peren- 
nial and historical discussion of a campus 
infirmary abetted by the annual editorial 
from the P&W. 

The Sigma Lambdas had their annual 
Varsity Show which included such purely 
fictitious characters as Prof. Meanders, Capt. 
Happy Jones, Tom Scctt, Betty Jo Holccmb, 
and a pursar. 

The Singers presented Handel's "Mes- 
siah" as their pre-holiday gift to the student 
body. Scon thereafter students hied them- 
selves home for the holidays. 

Thirteen lucky people graduated in Janu- 
ary, and 24 new students enrolled the sec- 
ond semester as the reservists pondered their 
fate. 

Charline Harris, Cced editor, presented a 
corking good edition of the P&W in Febru- 
ary and the same month Prof. Harrell ob- 
served the new comet "Whipple" at our 
local observatory. 

East met West in chapel when Dr. Bartak 
told of his experiences in Czechoslovakia 
with the Nazis, and a Chinese repre- 
sented the World Student Service Fund. 

Dr. Hutchins hit the campus to justify the 
ways of Chicago to man. After the mystery 
of the doctor's lost brief case had been 
solved, students began thinking about the 
liberal arts, and Alma Zenfell even read 
the St. John's College catalog and the list 
of the hundred classics. 

June came in February as far as wedding 
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Jane Kern got married and the same day Ensign Navarro came back to marry 
Miss Ann. 

The (fill it in yourself) chapels cf all come to Murrah Hall. 

Millsaps eds and co-eds joined with the Belhaven people to help with rationing. 

Tom Scott, after enduring the Finger's maledictions for too long, decided to try the 
air corps for peace. 

March came in on the lam and the E. R. C. went out with it, if you get what we mean. 

Word continued to trickle in that Millsaps students were still doing good work at 
graduate schools. 

Theta Nu Sigma, the new science honorary, was the latest to join our great number 
of campus honoraries. 

The WAAC's and the WAVE'S came on the campus to try to lure the Dianas and 
Minervas away. 

The Lambda Chi's issued a student handbook in March and the campus map proved 
that Dot Raynham is still on the beam. 

Notes of interest include: The visit of the Tougaloo singers, the Chi Deltas' meeting 
with Kit Kat, and Janice Trimble's returning from the Phi Mu party an hour late. 

Clara Porter was rushing around like mad, trying to keep BOBASHELA pictures to- 
gether and live through a Chi Omega initiation. 

There were signs of spring in the air besides Spring holidays: this included the inane 
love story of Herbert Craig and Ruth Gibbons. 

Fred Tatum left for medical school and students were wondering if he would return 
with classic puns about cadavers. 

The women were pleased to learn that the Navy had decided to come to Millsaps; 
eds sulked and hoped that it would be a chaplains' school. 

Everybody knew that the Civil War had come to the American History class as Kinch 
Exum made his annual visit to see that there was no sabotage to Jefferson Davis,- time 
turned backward in its flight and Axtell and Exum fought from Gettysburg to Vicksburg. 

Founders' Day came in April! High School day came and eds and co-eds became hosts 
and hostesses,- Dr. Fincher had beccme district president of the Pikes. 

The P&W had its editorial "Delanda Est Carthargo" published in MOTIVE magazine. 

Freshmen, acquiring sophomoric knowledge, were amazed to know that Dr. Mitchell 
was called "Broncho" in the good ole days. 

Next year's catalogue appeared and the seniors received their invitations and planned 
to leave the hard work of college for the pleasures and happinesses of the world. 










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