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BOBASHELA 



ANNUAL 
PUBLICATION 



OF MILLSAPS COLLEGE 

JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI 



Copyright: 
KINCHEN EXUM, Editor 

LADY BETTYE TIMBERLAKE, 

Business Manager 



^ke NAVY BLUE 



^ The Navy at Millsaps has brought a vindication 
of the method of the liberal arts college. The noble 
traditions so carefully treasured through the succes- 
sive classes have not been destroyed under these dif- 
ferent circumstances; the worth of our system has 
been adhered to by the program. 

The seriousness of the time and the acute need of 
better equipped men and women have given Millsaps 
a greater opportunity for service ~ a service that has 
always been the ultimate aim of this college. 

Today, as a realization of this desire, the Navy 
is on our campus. Their challenge and spirit have 
become one with ours — and we strive together towards 
a common goal. 



anJ MILLSAPS, TOO 



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^ Millsaps College has been greatly influenced by 
the Naval Training Unit, and the Naval Unit has been 
influenced by the college. It is with an abiding sense 
of pride and appropriateness that this volume is dedi- 
cated to the best representative manifestations of 
both spirits — to the Unit itself, and to Professor 
Sanders. 

Professor Sanders' abounding intelligence, abil- 
ity to meet changing conditions, and ableness to serve 
in every capacity have made him identical with what 
is the best of this generation. His cooperative attitude, 
his sincere interest, and his untiring loyalty to a 
higher idealism have typified at Millsaps a standard 
of excellence. 

So this Bobashela is gratefully dedicated to two 
expressions of Millsaps, neither of which is separated 
from the other in concept. We are proud of the splen- 
did relationship between the Naval Training Unit and 
the college. 



THE GREATER MILLSAPS SPIRIT 




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and to 

PROFESSOR SANDERS 




PROFESSOR ALBERT GODFREY SANDERS 



B.A. 
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; B.A., Yale University; Rhodes Scholar: 
A., University of Oxford, Honours School. 




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DORSEY BALL 
JOHN BERRY 
TONI BRANNON 
DAN J. BROCK 
CHARLES BRUMFIELD 
RUFUS H. BYNUM 
JESSE L. CARPENTER 
WILSON CATHER 
JOHN CHAMBERS 
DAVID CHRISTMAS 
JAMES C. ELLIS 



EDWIN FARMER 
VERNON GOODWIN 
T. M. HARDY 
DAVID HUNT 
LEON MATHERS 
GEORGE R. NEBLETT 
GEORGE O'CALLAGHAN 
BARTON H. PARISH 
JOHN RUNDLE 
JOE SIMPSON 
BEN SYKES 



JERRY TROY 




J^iUsaps W-M UNIT 



if Front Row: (Left to Right) Lt. Com. C. L. Alderman; Lt. Com. M. H. 
Jones; Lt. (J.C.) E. S. Card. 

* Back Row: (Left to Right) Capt. L. E. Biles; Lt. L. J. Nason; Lt. (J.C.) 
C. A. Andrews; Ensign Mary Elizabeth Thompson 



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FACULTY 



J^ittsaps PRESIDENT 




DR. M, L. SMITH 



Under the capable leadership of Dr. Marion L. Smith Millsaps 
has enjoyed a new era. His interest in the college is evident in 
the progress of many of his undertakings. Through his interest 
the Christian Center Memorial materialized. He personifies Mill- 
saps to both the alumni and student. 



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DEANS 




DEAN OF MEN 

WILLIAM E. RIECKEN, Ph.D. 



DEAN OF WOMEN 

MARY H. B. STONE. M.A. 



DEAN OF FRESHMEN 

A. P. HAMILTON, Ph.D. 



Three deans, and each of them with much responsibility, is the standing 
rule at Millsaps. They give us counsel when we are in need of it, and they 
are always the first to congratulate us on our achievements. They are the 
all seeing eyes of Millsaps, and not the slightest activity is without their 
interest. The helping hand of Dr. Riecken, the gentle philosopny of Mrs. 
Stone, and the unequaled merit of Dr. Hamilton have won for them a lasting 
remembrance. Few colleges boast such guidance. 



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an^ DEPARTMENT HEADS 




Dean William E. Riecken, Professor A. C. Sanders and Professor R. R. Haynes, 
Dr. M. C. White, Professor C. L. Harrell, Dr. B. E. Mitchell, Dr. J. B. Price 
and Dr. J. M. Sullivan. 

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Our F A C 



MARION LOFTON SMITH - - President 

Ph.D., Yale University 

WILLIAM EMILRIECKEN ---------- Dean 

Ph.D., Indiana University 

JOHN MACRUDER SULLIVAN - - - - Chemistry and Geology 

Ph.D., Vanderbilt University 

GEORGE LOTT HARRELL ----- Physics and Astronomy 

M.S., Millsaps College 

J. REESE LIN - - - Professor Emeritus of History and Philosophy 

L.H.D., Millsaps College 

BENJAMIN ERNEST MITCHELL ------ Mathematics 

Ph.D., Columbia University 

ALFRED PORTER HAMILTON - - Ancient Languages and German 
Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania 

ALBERT GODFREY SANDERS ----- Romance Languages 
M.A., University of Oxford, Rhodes Scholar 

MILTON CHRISTIAN WHITE - - English 

Ph.D., University of Wisconsin 

ROSS HENDERSON MOORE --------- History 

Ph.D., Duke University 

BENJAMINORMOND VAN HOOK ------ Mathematics 

A.M., Vanderbilt University 

ELIZABETH CRAIG ------ ----- French 

A.M., Columbia University; University of Paris 

MAGNOLIA COULLET --------- Latin, Voice 

A.M., University of Pennsylvania; American Academy in Rome 

EVA MYERS ROBERTS - - - - - - Rjano 

MM., Chicago Musical College 

ROBERT RAYMOND HAYNES - - Education 

A.M., George Peabody College 

JOSEPH BAILEY PRICE --------- Chemistry 

Ph.D., Louisiana State University 

MABEL BENNER COBB . - . . Spanish 

A.M., University of North Carolina 

MARY H. B. STONE ------ Dean of Women, English 

A.M., George Peabody College 

HENRY MORTON BULLOCK ■ - - - Religion 

Ph.D., Yale University 

VERNON LANE WHARTON * - - History 

Ph.D., University of North Carolina 



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U L T Y 



MARGUERITE WATKINS GOODMAN ------ English 

A.M., Tulane University 

ALBERTA TAYLOR ----------- Piano 

A.B., Millsaps College 

VIRGINIA THOMAS ---------- Religion 

A.M., Northwestern University 

RALPH GRAY JONES * - - Government 

A.M., Louisiana State University 

ARMAND COULLET - - Violin 

B.Mus., Conservatoire d'Alger 

RAY SIGLER MUSGRAVE * - - Psychology 

Ph.D., Syracuse University 

ELBERT STEPHEN Vv'ALLACE * - Economics 

Ph.D., Duke University 

CHARLES BETTS GALLOV^AY ----- Chemistry and Physics 

A.M., Duke University 

JOHN ALBERT FINCHER --------- Biology 

Ph.D., University of North Carolina 

FRANCES ELIZABETH DECELL * - - Physical Education for V^omen 

V\/ILLIAM DAVID McCAIN '■'--- History 

Ph.D., Duke University 

Vv'IRT TURNER HARVEY * - - - Piano 

M.M., Chicago Musical College 

FRANCES GILL ----- Piano 

A.B., Millsaps College 

U/ILLIAM ROBERT HOLLINGSVv'ORTH, JR. ----- Art 

Graduate, Art Institute of Chicago 

NANCY BROGAN HOLLOV^/AY Secretarial Studies 

A. 8., Mississippi State College for Women 

OSCAR SELBOURNE DOOLEY History 

Ph.D., Indiana University 

ROLF E. V/UBBLES - - - Economics 

M.A., New York University 

SHIRLEY CHICHESTER Associate Librarian 

B.S., Lib. Sci., University of North Carolina 

SIBYL McDonald - - Public School Music 

B.M., American Conservatory 

DAVE M. CARSON - - Athletics 

B.A., Union University 

* On temporary leave. 



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ASSISTANT 

PROFESSORS 



MRS, NANCY HOLLOWAY 

DR OSCAR DOOLEY 

MRS. J. L. ROBERTS 

MISS ELIZABETH CRAIC 

MRS. MARGUERITE GOODMAN 

AND 
DEAN MARY B STONE 
THE FINCHER FAMILY 
PROFESSOR GALLOWAY 
MRS. JONES 
DR. FINCHER 
PROF ROLF E. WUBBLES 
MRS, MABEL COBB 
MISS VIRGINIA THOMAS 



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COLLEGE ADMINISTRATION 



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Mrs. Melville Johnson 






Miss Alma Blackmon 






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SULLIVAN-HARRELL 
HALL - - home of the sciences. 




CARNECIE-MILLSAPS 
LIBRARY - - compendium of 
knowledge. 



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FOUNDER'S HALL 
- - Millsaps battle abbey. 



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BURTON and 
CALLOWAY 
DORMITORIES 




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MISS LOUISE MILLER 



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JlaUer MAJOR 



ZACHARY TAYLOR 





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WHO'S WHO in 

Ofmerican (^OLLlliCail.O ana 

UNIVERSITIES . . . 



BETTY BRIEN 

JEAN MITCHENER CALLOWAY 

CLARA PORTER CAVETT 

LADY RACHEL CONNER 

MARIE GRUBBS 

MARJORIE MURPHY 

SARAH KATHLEEN POSEY 

ZACH TAYLOR 

PEGGY TYER 

JUSTUS MARIA van der KROEF 

JULIA WASSON 

AIMA ZENFELL 



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SNAPS 



those little glimpses of college that recall countless 
experiences. 



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Seniors, capped and gowned, are lining up for the annual Founder's Day procession. 
This is the golden age of a student's college career; he is completing his higher education 
and he is realizing his vast responsibilities to his area -- the world. Millsaps College gives 
a solid foundation for whatever may happen in the future; it has prepared students with 
the trust that they will be true to their heritage and leave a better heritgae for those 
generations to come. 



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"Cke SENIOR 




NOEL C. WOMACK - - President 

LOUISE MILLER --------- Secretary-Treasurer 



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Noel Womack, Senior Class President, recently left us for medical 
school. How he left Flora Mae Arant is still the sixty dollar question. Noel 
suffered a great deal from the Finger of Scorn, but he has at last come out 
on top. His father is a doctor, and he has inherited medical talent and 
ambition that will follow him to a great career. He has been the head man 
in Kappa Sigma, and that is an honor of distinction. Since he was a shaved- 
head freshman he has been a part of greater Millsaps. 

Jake Stoker is our vice president, but his picture is just not to be found 
high or low. A Marine, he came and left us with the situation well under 
his control. His competence, friendliness, and ability will always be a part 
of Millsaps College. 

Here's Louise Miller again -- this time as Senior Secretary-Treasurer. 
Refer to the Miss Millsaps picture for a close up and you will see one good 
reason why she was elected. Since her coming to Millsaps she has been one 
of the most sought-after co-eds, and the Grill will always have a booth 
reserved for her. She is a part of the campus life that is permanent. 



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CLASS * 




944 



SARA JEAN APPLEWHITE - - - - Winona 
Beta Sigma Omicron 
Purple and White News Staff, I. Kappa Delta 
Epsilon, 3, 4. 

WILLIAM INZER BEAIRD - - Birmingham, Ala. 

MARTHA BOCER ------ Hattiesburg 

Pi Mu 
Majorette Club 2, 3, 4. Woman's Kappa Delta 
Epsilon 3, 4. 

MARY ALICE BOYLES ----- Jackson 
Beta Sigma Omicron 
Kappa Delta Epsilon 4. 

ALMA ELIZABETH CARL BROWN - - - Jackson 
Kappa Delta 



CLARA PORTER CAVETT - - - - Jackson 
Chi Omega 

Y. W. C. A., I, 2, 3. P. & W., 1, Bobashela, 
Literary Editor 2, Assistant Editor 3, Editor 4. 
Dramatic Club, I. Glee Club I. Millsaps Singers, 

2, 3, 4. Freshman Scholarship Award, 1. Pre- 
med Club, 1,2. A. E. D. 2, 3, 4. A. E. D. 
Award, I . Science Club, I , 2. Science Academy, 
Sec. Treas. 3, Theta Nu Sigma 3, I. R. C, 2, Sec- 
Treas., 3. Chi Delta, 2, Vice Pres. 3. Sigma 
Lambda 2, Historian 3, Pres. 4. Eta Sigma 3, 
Pres. 4. Dean's List, 2, 3, 4. Student Assistant, 
4. S. E. B., 3, 4. Pledge Instructor Chi Omega, 

3. President Chi Omega, 4. Who's Who in 
American Colleges and Universities, 4. 

LADY RACHEL CONNER - - - - Jackson 

Phi Mu 
Kappa Delta Epsilon 4, Sigma Lambda 4. 

JOHN DENSER ------ Whitfield 

Alpha Epsilon Delta 



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KINCHEN W. EXUM ----- Jackson 
Pi Kappa Alpha 
Purple and White, Feature Editor, 3, 4. Y. M. 
C. A., 2, 3. Kit Kat, 2, 3, Sec. 4. Eta Sigma 
Phi, 2, 3, 4. Vice-Pres., Pres. Bobashela 2, 3, 
Editor 4. Omicron Delta Kappa, Pres. 4., Historian 
and Secretary of Pi Kappa Alpha, 3; Alumni Sec- 
retary 4. Student Assistant English, 3. Campus 
Chairman, World Student Service Fund Drive, Stu- 
dent Executive Board 4, Men's Pan-Hellenic 4, 
International Relations Club, 4. Served in U. S. 
Army, 1943. 

MARIE GRUBBS ------ Philadelphia 

Kappa Delta 
Christian Council, 2, 3, 4. Purple and White, 
2, 3, 4. Bobashela Staff, 2, 3. Y. M. C. A. Cabi- 
net. Sigma Lambda, 4. Kappa Delta Epsilon, 3, 
4. Alpha Psi Omega, 3, 4. Pi Kappa Delta, 3, 4. 
Dramatic Club, 2, 3, 4. 

MAXINE HARPER ------- Brandon 

Purple and White, 2, 3, 4. Chi Delta, 3, 4. 
Kappa Delta Epsilon, 3, 4. 



REBA HARRIS -----'- Mendenhall 

EDITH HART -------- Jackson 

Student Assistant, History, 4. International Re- 
lations Club, 3. 

JANE HENRY ------- Corinth 

Kappa Delta 

MITTIE HIX -------- Jackson 

Chi Omega 
International Relations Club. 

JAMES HOLSTON ------ Wiggins 

Viking 
Ministerial League, 2, 3, 4. 

JEAN MORRIS HOLTON - - - - Yazoo City 
Kappa Delta 

ADENE HURST ------ Summit 

Viking 
Alpha Epsilon Delta, 2, 3, 4. Theta Nu Sigma, 
3, 4. 



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944 



AYLENE HURST ------ Summit 

Viking 

VAN REEVES JACKSON, JR. - - - Decatur' 
Pi Kappa Alplna 

ROBERT JURASCHEK - - - - Chicago, III. 
Pi Kappa Alpha 

JOHN P. KEILTY ----- Lynn, Mass. 
International Relations Club. 

CARROLL LOWE ------- Jackson 

Kappa Delta 
Alpha Epsilon Delta 3, 4. 

CURTIS B. MACEE ------- Jackson 

Kappa Sigma 



MAUD ELLA MAJURE ----- Brandon 
Phi Mu 
Beethoven Club, I , 2, 3, -4. 

MARY ANNA MAYO - - - ' - Hattiesburg 
Phi Mu 
Purple and V^/hite 3. Rambler's Club 3, Kappa 
Delta Epsilon 3, 4. Sigma Lambda 4. 

LOUISE MILLER ------ Hazlehurst 

Kappa Delta 
Miss Millsaps 4. Singers 1, 2, 3, 4. Sec.-Treas. 
Senior Class 4. Kappa Delta Epsilon 4. 

MARION VIRGINIA MONTGOMERY - - Jackson 



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944 



MARJORIE MURPHY ------ Jackson 

Viking 
Pres. Y, W. C, A, 4. Sigma Lambda 4. 

SUE McCORMACK ------- Corinth 

Beta Sigma Omicron 
Y. M. C A. 1, 2, 3, 4. Cabinet, 2. President 
3, 4. Kappa Delta Epsilon. 3, 4. Sigma Lambda 
3, 4. 



THOMAS EATON McCOWN 



Mobile, Ala. 
Jackson 



PRISCILLA MORSON NEAL - - - 
Beta Sigma Omicron 
Purple and White 2, 3, 4. Pi Kapppa Delta, 
3, 4. Alpha Psi Omega, 3, 4. Chi Delta 3, 4. 

WAUDINE NELSON ------ Madison 

WARREN R. NORVILLE - - - Mobile, Ala. 



ROSS ALAN PICKETT ----- Jackson 
Rambler's Club, 3, 4. Ministerial League, 1, 2, 
3, 4. 

SARAH KATHLEEN POSEY - - - Philadelphia 
Kappa Delta 
Purple and White, 2, 3, 4. Kappa Delta Epsilon, 

3, 4. Sigma Lambda 4. Woman's Council, 4. 
Christian Council, 3, 4. Board of Editors, Motive, 

4. Student Executive Board 3, 4. 

CORNELIA RATLIFF ------ Drew 

Kappa Delta 
Student Assistant, 4. Eta Sigma, 4. 

F. WILSON RAY ------- Sherman 

Viking 
Student Executive Board 4. Ministerial League, 
I, 2, 3, 4. Christian Council, 3, 4. 



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944 



DOROTHY RAYNHAM ----- Jackson 
Kappa Delta 
Art Staffs, Purple and White and Bobashela, 2, 
3, 4. Sigma Lambda, 4. Alpha Psi Omega, 2, 3, 4. 



VIRGINIA SHERMAN - - - 
Chi Omega 

ELIZABETH ANN SHIPLEY - - 
Delta Delta Delta 
International Relations Club. 



HUNTER STOKES - - - - - 
Lambda Chi Alpha 



Charleston 



Canton 



Columbus 



EMMA GENE STUCKENSCHNEIDER - - Meridian 
Phi Mu 



ZACH TAYLOR -------- Jackson 

Kappa Alpha 
Eta Sigma, 3, 4. Omicron Delta Kappa, 4. Bap- 
tist Student Union, 1 , 2, 3, 4. Y. M. C. A. Cabi- 
net, 3, 4. Kit Kat. Delta Kappa Delta 3, 4. 

PARKER WALKER ----- Sanitorium 
Kappa Sigma 

JULIA WASSON ------ Greenville 

Beta Sigma Omicron 
Alpha Epsilon Delta, 3, 4. Theta Nu Sigma, 4. 
Sigma Lambda, 4. 

NOEL C. WOMACK ------ Jackson 

Kappa Sigma 
President Kappa Sigma, 4. Millsaps Singers, 1, 
2, 3, 4. Alpha Epsilon Delta 4. Omicron Delta 
Kappa 4. Pres. Senior Class 4. 

JOSEPH E. WROTEN ----- Columbus 
Kappa Sigma 
Y. M. C. A. 1 , 2, 3, 4. Purple and White, 3, 4. 



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a. JUNIOR 




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MIKE McLAURIN ----------- President 

PARKER WALKER --------- Vice President 

LADY BETTYE TIMBERLAKE - - - Secretary-Treasurer 



We've known Mike McLaurin for three years now -- over a thousand 
days in all -- and everyone of them has been an opportunity for him to prove 
himself to be likeable, amusing, and hard-working. He is one of our "ante- 
bellum" sailors, a figure head in Pi Kappa Alpha, and an all-round good 
fellow. Dale Burnham knows him pretty well; ask her. He is making a 
record that will elect him to any office any time. Mike may be taken as the 
typical Millsaps student who came as a civilian and stayed as a sailor. 

Bubber Walker is another of these Millsaps institutions. He is a 
B M O C, a Kappa Sig, and several other notable things. Look at the Purple 
and White and you will see his name all through it, even in the jokes. He has 
been an easy-going, good-natured, hail-fellow-well-met type. 

Lady Bettye Timberlake, Chi Omega, beloved of Sonny Williams, true 
scholar, only business manager capable of adding all the figures necessary 
for this publication, and Chi Delta's brightest jewel, is without equal on the 
campus. Her older sister set her a wonderful record to live up to, and she 
has even exceeded expectations. She never looks worried, but the long 
sleepless nights spent in wondering about this book have been enough to 
make her grey headed. There never was but one, and then she has enriched 
Millsaps. 



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CLASS * 



Under the accelerated semester program, Juniors never know 
whether they are old juniors or young seniors. Some graduate 
before they know their classification! This class roster is one of 
names that are significant on the campus. Jean Calloway will 
surely graduate summa cum laude; he is president of O D K, 
Senior Class president (but classified as a junior) , and has also 
directed the fraternities as head of Men's Panhellenic. Then there 
is Marjorie Mounger who christens ships (she hits them, too!). 
She is a favorite sight on the campus. Remember Jamie Forrest's 
contribution to the splendid Sigma Lambda Varsity Show?* Louise 
Pullen is a rare type, too. Then there is John Poole who resigned 
all of his offices in the honoraries in order to study. Randolph 
Peets actually pinned Charlotte Culledge and love blossomed anew 
on the campus. Clyde Leigh Perry married at St. Andrew's Church 
to culminate a happy courtship. Lady Bettye Timberlake has a 
distant look in her eye since Sonny's departure. Frances Jean 
Cruise is a big favorite out at the Air Base; her picture made front 
page. With a class like this coming on what have the seniors got 
to brag about (except exemptions)? 



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FLORA MAE ARANT - - - Magee 
Kappa Delta 

WILLIAM F, BALTZ - Nashville, Tenn. 

C. H. BELLMAN - - - Mobile. Ala. 
Sigma Tau Phi 

JAMES BOYETTE - - - . Goodman 



BETTY BRIEN - - - Arlington, Va. 
Phi Mu 



JAMES BRYAN - - . _ Jackson 
Kappa Sigma 

JAMES J. BUTT - - - Selma, Ala. 

DEAN CALLOWAY - - - - Louisville 
Pi Kappa Alpha 



JEAN M, CALLOWAY - - - Indianola 
Pi Kappa Alpha 

DONALD C. COOLEY - Mobile, Ala. 
Omicron Sigma 



BILLIE JANE CROUT - - - Jackson 
Beta Sigma Omicron 



FRANCES JEAN CRUISE 
Chi Omega 



- Jackson 



BERLYN STUCKEY DAVIS - - Jackson 
Viking 



945 



CLIFF DAVIS ------ Jackson 

Viking 



GARLAND DEAN 



Colfax, La. 



MARSHALL J. DEMOUEY - Mobile, Ala. 
Omicron Sigma 



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CORINNE DOTY - - - Lexington 
Chi Omega 



RAPHAEL J. DUBROVNER - - - - 
------ Memphis. Tenn. 



MILDRED DYCU5 - - - - Jackson 
Beta Sigma Omicron 

E. A ELWOOD - - Jonesboro, Ark. 
Kappa Sigma 



JAMES ALAN FOREST. Uniontown, Ala. 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon 



C A FOSTER 



Mobile. Ala. 



THOMAS P. CARRAWAY - - Jackson 
Kappa Sigma 

MARGARET CASKIN - - - Jackson 
Beta Sigma Omicron 



LEMMELIA COZA - - - 
Chi Omega 



Magnolia 



BONNIE GRIFFIN - - .- Hollandale 
Kappa Delta 

JOHN K, HAMPTON. JR. - - Jackson 
Kappa Sigma 

WILLIAM ROBERT HINTZE - - - - 
- - - - - - - El Paso. Tex. 

Pi Sigma Tau 
AL HOLMAN - - - Spring Hill. Ala. 

JACK INMAN - - - - De Land, Fla. 
Pi Kappa Phi 

RAY LAMAR LANIER - Cobbtown. Ca. 
Delta Sigma 

JOHN MALONE ----- Jackson 





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BROWNELL MAXWELL - Georgetown 

MIKE McLAURIN - - - Hollandale 
Pi Kappa Alpha 

TOM MILLICAN - - Dinuba, Calif. 

WILLIAM EDWIN MOAK - Philadelphia 
Kappa Sigma 

J. P. MORGAN, JR. - - Mobile, Ala. 
Omicron Sigma 

JOE H. MORRIS, JR. - - - Jackson 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon 

CAROLYN VIRGINIA MORRISON - - 
Heidelberg 

MARJORIE MOUNCER - - - Jackson 
Phi Mu 

DOROTHY McCORMICK - - Eupora 
Chi Omega 

THIRWELL MURFEE NOLEN - - - - 
------- Alexander City. Ala. 

Alpha Epsilon Delta 

WILLIAM JAMES NORVILLE, JR. - - 
- - - - - - - - Mobile, Ala. 

Delta Sigma 

CLYDE LEIGH PERRY - - - Jackson 
Chi Omega 

RANDOLPH PEETS, JR. - - Jackson 
Kappa Sigma 

JOHN POOLE ------ Jackson 

Lambda Chi Alpha 

LOUISE PULLEN - - - - Jackson 
Chi Omega 

R. E. RAMSEY - - - Dallas, Tex. 



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HARRIET REACAN - - - - Durant 
Beta Sigma Omicron 

D. A. RILEY - - - - Victoria, Tex. 

JOSEPH ALLEN REYNOLDS, JR. - - 
Montgomery, Ala. 
Phi Delta Theta 

B. S. SENG . - - - - Greenwood 
Kappa Sigma 

BILLY SHACKLEFORD - - Columbus 
Kappa Sigma 

BARBARA JEAN 5HARBRGUCH - - - 
------- Holly Bluff 

Viking 

CLARENCE RICHARD SMITH, Cleveland 

S. T. SMITH - - - - Conv/ay, Ark, 

PECCY STROUD ------ Louise 

Beta Sigma Omicron 

ELVA THARP ------ Lambert 

LADY BETTYE TIMBERLAKE, Crawford 
Chi Omega 

PEGGY TYER ------ Jackson ' 

Kappa Delta 

LODENA WALSH ----- Jackson 
Viking 

THAD M. WEBB - Garrettsville, Ohio 

SUZY WHITESIDE - - - - Gunnison 
Phi Mu 

SONNY WILLIAMS - - - Greenville 
Kappa Alpha 




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GEORGE CAHALL ----------- President 

PERRY TERRELL ---------- Vice President 

DALE BURNHAM -------- Secretary-Treasurer 



George Cahall rooms in the corner room over in Whitworth with Francis 
Lundy; both are exceptionally good in politics and love. He put his Pi K A 
pin on June Dobbs and the whole campus has come to look on them as the 
ideal couple. He is the typical college fellow, and if the most representative 
boy on the campus were picked it would probably be Cahall. He never gets 
in a hurry, he never bothers, he always is where he is supposed to be, and 
yet he has a touch of imp in him that makes him have one of the most attrac- 
tive personalities that the Navy has brought to Millsaps. 

Perry Terrell, musician, Kappa Sig, and man about town, can do any- 
thing from play in Handel's "Messiah" to participate in a Sig bowery party. 
He is also Vice President. Cigarettes and music are his hobbies, and he is 
expert in the selection of either. 

Dale Burnham! That is one name that means something on this man's 
campus. Seldom do we see beauty, brains, wit, poise, personality, and 
genuine ability wrapped up in one package, but Dale is it. She has been 
doing things in a big way ever since her freshman year, and that is not so 
far back that we can't remember it. She now heads the Chi Omegas, an 
enviable position, and she likewise can do just about what she sets her mind 
to do. She is one of those characters that will always stand vividly out in our 
minds against the background of Millsaps memories. 



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CLASS 



The Cahall-Terrell-Burnham regime is a flying start for any 
class. Frances Alexander is still one of the most beautiful girls 
that we have ever seen, and sometimes we think she is getting 
prettier all of the time. Nellah Bailey married, and the wedding at 
the Governor's mansion was super. ' White magnolias were used 
for decoration, but the immortal "Dixie" was not played. Virginia 
Carmichael has centered her affection on Billy Shackleford, and 
thus a freshman romance endures a second year. Confidentially, 
this one may last much longer. Lane Van Hook is still the odd 
character with amazing ideas that delight everyone. Mary Ann 
Phillips left Millsaps for some place, we never did know exactly 
where. She took a K A pin in transit. Theo Stovall brings out the 
wolf in people, and Foozie Waring must bring out something or 
other sometime. Lundy soared to the head of the student body. 
Dillingham worried about Catherine Sadler. Sylvia Wilkins mar- 
ried, and Roberta Crawford became engaged. Rebecca Bufkin 
made eyes at a sailor, and Sally Ann O'Brien made eyes at every- 
one. Toni Burton and D. T. are a part of the wonderful romances, 
and Dale Burnham has no less than six dates a day. 



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MELBA JO ABLES ----------- Belzoni 

Chi Omega 

JEAN ADAMS ----------- Jackson 

Chi Omega 

N. Q. ADAMS ----- Mobile, Ala. 

Delta Kappa Epsilon 

FRANCES ALEXANDER --------- Jackson 

Chi Omega 

MAMIE JEAN ANDERSEN -------- Jackson 

Chi Omega 

KITTY APPLEWHITE - - . . . Bassfield 

Kappa Delta 

NELLAH BAILEY ----------- Jackson 

Chi Omega 

CARROLL R. BALL ---------- Stringer 

Pi Kappa Alpha 

NORMA BARNES ---------- Greenwood 

Chi Omega 

ANN BRIEN ---------- Arlington, Va. 

Phi Mu 

JANNIE VEE BROOKS --------- Duncan 

Phi Mu 

BETTY JO BROWN ----------- Jackson 

Viking 

HELEN FRANCES BROWN ------- Hattiesburg 

Phi Mu i, &r 

CARL J. BRYSCN -------'---- Tupelo 

Kappa Alpha 

REBECCA BUFKIN ----------- Jackson 

Phi Mu 

DALE BURNHAM ----------- Magee 

Chi Omega 

TON I BURTON ----------- Moorhead 

Chi Omega 

GEORGE L. CAHALL, JR. - La Grange, Ga. 

Pi Kappa Alpha 

VIRGINIA CARMICHAEL -------- Jackson 

Chi Omega 

GLORIA CARR --------- Baton Rouge, La. 

JERRY MIKE COVICH - - - Biloxi 

Lamba Chi Alpha 

L. H COX, JR. --------- - Madison 

NELL CRAIG ------------- Jackson 

Beta Sigma Omicron 

ROBERTA CRAWFORD - - - - McComb 

Kappa Delta 



SOPHOMORES 

ETHEL MAE CROUCH --------- Madison 

Kappa Delta 

GEORGE DEMAS --------- New York, N. Y. 

ANN DENHAM ---------- Hattiesburg 

Phi Mu 

CLARENCE H. DENSER, JR. ------ - Jackson 

JOELYON DENT ------------ Grace 

Chi Omega 

CHARLES M. DILLINGHAM ------- Jackson 

Lambda Chi Alpha 

JUNE ECKERT ------------ Jackson 

Chi Omega 

CARRIE PEARL EVANS -------- Mendenhall 

Beta Sigma Omicron 

HOUSTON HEWES EVANS, JR. ----- - Gulfport 

Kappa Alpha 

JOHN MILTON GIORDANO ------- Jackson 

LUCY GERALD ------------ Leiand 

Kappa Delta 

CHARLOTTE GULLEDGE ------ Crystal Springs 

Chi Omega 

CATHERINE HAIRSTON -------- Indianola 

Phi Mu 

FANNIE HAUGHTON -------- Hattiesburg 

Phi Mu 

EMILY HENDERSON ---------- Jackson 

Chi Omega 

FRANCES HERRING - - - Grenada 

Beta Sigma Omicron 

G. R. HUFF ---------- Pulaski, Tenn. 

HELEN HUGHES ----------- Jackson 

Chi Omega 

W. B. HUNT ----------- Hernando 

Kappa Sigma 

LILLIAN JOHNSON ---------- Jackson 

Chi Omega 

LAEL S. JONES ----- Mobile, Ala. 

LOUISE JONES ----------- Mobile, Ala. 

SARA ELLEN JONES ---------- Tchula 

Phi Mu 

EVELYN KING Water Valley 

Chi Omega 








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DONALD H. KOHMAN ------- Hope, Kans. 

Pi Kappa Alpha 

EARL LINDSAY --------- Anniston, Ala. 

FRANCIS JEFFERSON LUNDY ----- Philadelphia 
Kappa Alpha 

MAXYNE MADDEN ----- Jackson 

Phi Mu 

PEARL MARTINDALE --------- Grenada 

JESSE PRUIT MATTHEWS -------- Jackson 

Lambda Chi Alpha 

DOT MELVIN ------------ Jackson 

Kappa Delta 

VIRGINIA MONTGOMERY -------- Jackson 

JAMES R. McDonald ----- Oklahoma City, Okla. 
Kappa Sigma 

JOHN M. McKEE ----------- Jackson 

Pi Kappa Alpha 

BESS ANN McMILLIN --------- Louisville 

Kappa Delta 

CHARLES FRED OBERKIRCH ------ Mobile, Ala. 

Kappa Alpha 

SALLY ANN O'BRIEN ---------- Jackson 

Chi Omega 

ANNE ODOM ------------ Grenada 

Beta Sigma Omicron 

ALICE OWENS ------- Jackson 

Kappa Delta 

MADELINE PACE ---------- McComb 

Kappa Delta 

ALBERT R. PEETS, JR. -------- - Wesson 

Pi Kappa Alpha 

WARREN ROY PERSON ------ Prairie View, III. 

Kappa Sigma 

MARY ANN PHILLIPS -------- Holly Bluff 

Chi Omega 

GEORGE PITALO ----- Biloxi 

ERNEST RATHELL ---------- Lexington 

Kappa Sigma 



SOPHOMORES 

DOROTHY RAWLS ----------- Jackson 

M. T. REED, JR. _ - - _ Silver City 

Kappa Sigma 

HAZEL REEVES ----------- Yazoo City 

Viking 

WINNIFRED SEECERS ------- Shreveport, La. 

Beta Sigma Omicron 

HASCALL HORACE SHARP ------ Lincoln. Ala. 

CLIFTON SHRADER ---------- Jackson 

Lambda Chi Alpha 

ANN SPITCHLEY --------- Hazlehurst 

Kappa Delta 

RUFUS STAINBACK --------- Greenwood 

Kappa Sigma 

THEO STOVALL ------ Jackson 

Chi Omega 

MARY STROHECKER - - - - Jackson 

Phi Mu 

MARCENE SUMMERS -------- Vs/alnut Crove 

Beta Sigma Omicron 

EVA NELL TANNEHILL --------- Jackson 

Phi Mu 

PERRY TERRELL ------------ Collins 

Kappa Sigma 

LANE VAN HOOK -------.-.. Jackson 

Kappa Delta 

DELL WALLING ----------- Florence 

Kappa Delta 

ELTON V^ARING ---------- Tylertown 

Pi Kappa Alpha 

DOROTHY WEBSTER --------- Kosciusko 

Phi Mu 

JOANNA WELLS --------- Orleans, Mass. 

Kappa Delta 

JACK WHITE ------------ Jackson 

NELL WHITE ----------- Pelahatchie 

JOE WIGGINS ------------ Cruger 

Lambda Chi Alpha 

SYLVIA WILKINS ---------- Clarksdale 

Chi Omega 

MARJORIE WRIGHT ---.-..- Atlanta, Ga. 

Kappa Delta 




Zke FRESHMAN 




WALTER JOHNSON President 

JACK GILBERT Vice President 

MARGUERITE STANLEY Secretary Treasurer 



Walter Johnson from Pelahatchie is a good example of what a freshman 
is expected to be. He has done everything from work in the office to check 
in laundry for U. Z. He has been to Mexico on Dr. Dooley's Memorable trip; 
he has seen lots that he never dreamed of. The world of college has been set 
in his hand, and he barely knows what to do with it. He is a born politician, 
and was speedily elected president. If you are in need of a laugh, by all means 
see Walter. He has taken only the barest minimum seriously, and the rest 
is one great panorama of hilarity. 

Jack Gilbert, a Pi K A like Walter Johnson, is a seasoned sailor. He has 
seen action, and this campus saw lots of it after he got here. He buddied 
around with Billy Wright and John McKee, and wherever one was, the other 
three were sure to be near, just like the Parcae. 

Marguerite Stanley, a cute gal if you ever saw one, is one of the campus 
favorites. She always has some word for everybody that never fails to en- 
courage them. Down at the Pike house she is one of the roost rulers, and 
she just does beat Mrs. Johnson to the door before closing time. She is an- 
other person worthy of remembering. 



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CLASS 



Roi Andrews is singing all of the time, now. Leonard Brandon 
and Ben Trotter developed into Sigs extraordinary. Betty Lou 
Massey is possibly the greatest character in the class; the girl 
has marvelous abilities. Cornelia Heg'man mourns Juraschek, but 
her voice still carries from one end of the campus to the other. 
Jean LaPrelle claims that she is not from the Bronx. Anne Henry 
is by far one of the most pleasing young ladies on the campus, and 
her name should be in your date book, Bettye Westbrook married, 
and the wedding caused quite a stir; it was one of those affairs that 
everybody was interested in seeing take place. Evan Ragiand is a 
swell fellow to have in a class, and this group of freshman is excel- 
lent in toto. Dorothy Eady, shy and timid, is thinking about some- 
body, but she keeps this a secret, too. Eleanor Edwards from Can- 
ton is making good on the campus, and is one of the happiest folks 
here. The freshmen didn't get their heads shaved any too well 
this year, but after the war we're gonna call all of them back for it. 
Frank Lee is not to be forgotten; he is so genuine and sincere 
that the rest of us think he is a Junior at least. 



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FRESHMAN 

C. J. ACHEE ------------ Culfport 

ALICE ADAMS ------------ Canton 

Kappa Delta 

ROI ANDREWS ----------- Jackson 

Pi Kappa Alpha 

ELEANOR AYCOCK ---------- Jackson 

Phi Mu 

SAM BAREFIELD ---------- Hattiesburg 

Pi Kappa Alpha 

JEAN BARNES ----------- Columbia 

Kappa Delta 

JACK BARNETT ----------- Tylertown 

Pi Kappa Alpha 

C. E. BARRON. JR. -------- - Hattiesburg 

JOHN A. BAUER --------- Belleville, III. 

MERLE JACK BELSER -------- Fox, Okla. 

DELBERT A. BOWDEN ------- Dubuque, Iowa 

W. R. BOYD ------------ Joplin, Mo. 

MARTHA BOYKIN ---------- Belzoni 

LEONARD BRANDON ---------- Jackson 

Kappa Sigma 

J. E. BRATTON ------------ Tupelo 

MARTHA JANE BRAUN --------- Jackson 

Beta Sigma Omicron 

JOHN BREAZEALE ---------- Brandon: 

EDWARD ALLEN BROWN ------ Anmston. Ala. 

FLEMING LaROY BROWN ----- Jacksonville, Fla. 

JACK BROWN ------- Collins 

Kappa Sigma 

HELEN LAMAR BUNTE --------- Jackson 

Chi Omega 

MARJORIE BURDSAL ---------- Jackson 

Kappa Delta 

BOOTS BURNHAM ----------- Jackson 

Phi Mu 

BETTE JANE BUSH Yazoo City 

Kappa Delta 



CLASS * * 

JUANITA BUSH ------------ Jackson 

Phi Mu 

MARTINA CADENHEAD -------- Jackson 

Beta Sigma Omicron 

IRA CARR ------------- Jackson 

PECCY CARR ------------- Jackson 

Phi Mu 

KIT CARSON - _ _ Norfolk, Neb. 

BILLY CHAPMAN ---------- Indianola 

Pi Kappa Alpha 

MARY NASH CLEMENTS --------- Jackson 

HARRIS LEFLORE COLEMAN ------ Greenwood 

LOWREY COLLINS ----------- Laurel 

Pi Kappa Alpha 

TOMMY CONDITT ---------- Culfport 

Kappa Alpha 

VIRGINIA CONERLY ---------- Jackson 

FLOSS E. CONINE ----------- Jackson 

TOMMIE LOU CONNER -------- Indianola 

Phi Mu 

ROBERT P. CONNOLLY ------- Tonopah, Nev. 

BEN CRAICIN ---------- Hattiesburg 

RAYMOND ARCHER CRAIG ------- Jackson 

Kappa Alpha 

LEWIS C. CRAWFORD -------- Salvia. Kan, 

GENE CROTCHETT --------- Nevada, Mo. 

JULIAN E. CROWELL -------- West Point 

Kappa Alpha 

PATRICIA CURRY ---------- Jackson 

Kappa Delta 

ROBERT J. DANA ---------- Ord, Neb. 

HARPER DAVIS --...- Clarksdale 

SARAH DEAL ------------ Jackson 

Phi Mu 

RICHARD CHARLES DELIN ------ Jamaica, N. Y. 





FRESHMAN 

WALTER DeLOACH --------- Kosciusko 

Kappa Sigma 

CLARENCE JAMES DeROO Hawthorne, N. J. 

R. H. DIXON ---------- Wichita, Kan. 

R. W. DONALDSON -------- The Grove, Tex. 

A. R. DOSSMAN --------- Opelousas, La. 

CHRISTINE DROKE - - Jackson 

Chi Omega 

DOROTHY EADY --------- Crystal Springs 

ELEANOR EDWARDS ----- Canton 

Kappa Delta 

MILDRED ELLIS ------------ Lyon 

Chi Omega 

ROBERT O. FALES -------- Needham. Mass. 

ROLLIN FITTS ------------ Jackson 

Chi Omega 

SARA FORMAN - - Indianala 

Phi Mu 

CLARA FOY ------------- Jackson 

WOODY FRANTZ --------- Coplay, Penn. 

Kappa Sigma 

LOIS ANN FRITZ ----------- Jackson 

Beta Sigma Omicron 

R. A. GALLAGHER -...---. Sioux Falls, S. D. 

LOUIS E. GARDNER ---------- McComb 

CHARLINE GERRARD ---------- Canton 

Kappa Delta 

FLORA GIARDINA ------------ Flora 

JACK GILBERT ---------- Selma, Calif. 

Pi Kappa Alpha 

ROBERT A. GODBOLD --------- HollywoodI 

BILLY DYER GOLDEN ---------- Jacksoro 

HELEN GOLLNER --------- Kokomo, IrrdL 

Beta Sigma Omicron 

JULIA GOODMAN - - Jack^am 

Phi Mu 



CLASS * * 

JACK CORDON --------- Lauderdale 

Kappa Alpha 

ROBERT S. CRAY -------- Hot Springs, Ark. 

HAROLD M. CRECORY ------ Plain View, Texas 

BILL CRESHAM ----------- Indianola 

HARRY WESLEY HALL --------- Natchez 

ROBERT HAMBLIN ----------- Tupelo 

BOB HAMILTON ----------- Jackson 

Pi Kappa Alpha 

VIRGINIA HAMMER ---------- Jackson 

Phi Mu 

R. C. HARRIS ------------- Jackson 

ALMON C. HARTSON ----- North Bergen, N. J. 

CORNELIA HECMAN -------- Holly Bluff 

Kappa Delta 

ANNE HENRY ------------ Jackson 

Phi Mu 

BILLY HERRING ---------- Lexington 

Kappa Sigma 

R. C. HOFFMAN, --------- Collinsville. III. 

BETTIE HARRELL ----------- Jackson 

Phi Mu 

JAMES F. HUDSON --------- Bruno, Ark. 

WALTER JOHNSON -------- Pelahatchie 

Pi Kappa Alpha 

DOT JONES ------------ Grenada 

Chi Omega 

LESTER KENNETH JONES -------- Natchez 

JACK J. JOSEPH --------- Greenville, 111. 

LLOYD A. KAISER, JR. -------- - Natchez 

JACK R. KEARNEY -------- New Orleans, La. 

ELAINE KEARY ------------ Jackson 

Beta Sigma Omicron 

ROBERT J. KIRBY ----------- Natchez 





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FRESHMAN 

ROY KIRKPATRICK --------- Clarksdale 

Kappa Sigma 

JOHN B. KUSZEJ --------- Warren, R, I. 

Pi Kappa Alpha 

GUY C. KYNERD ---------- Meridian 

GEORGE L. LAMMONS ------- Lexington, Ky. 

RUTH LANCLEY ---------- Louisville 

Beta Sigma Omicron , 

ROBERT W^ LaPLANTE ------- Marlowe, N. Y. 

JEAN LaPRELLE ---------- Jackson 

WAYNE J. LaRUE ------- Oklahoma City, Okla. 

CHARLES F. LAY -------- Gibsonburg, Ohio 

ROBERT E. LINDHOLM ------ Hutchinson, Kan. 

Kappa Alpha 

WILLIAM W. LOYD, JR. ------ - Greenwood 

CHARLOTTE LUCKETT --------- Belzoni 

Kappa Delta 

HENRY G. LUTRICK. JR. ------- - Florence 

VIRGINIA LYONS ---------- Pascagoula 

Phi Mu 

JACK V. MADISON ----------- Biloxi 

LLOYD MARCHMAN ------- San Benito, Texas 

HARRY F. MARTIN ---------- Meridian 

BETTY LOU MASSEY -------- Meridian 

Chi Omega 

JULIA FAY MAYO ----------- Jackson 

Beta Sigma Omicron 

ANNE MILLER ------------ Belzoni 

Phi Mu 

A. P. MILLER, JR. --------- - Columbus 

Kappa Sigma 

HELENE MINYARD ----------- Jackson 

Kappa Delta 

LARRY MONCUS ---------- Waco, Texas 

CHARLES R. MORRIS ------ Los Angeles, Calif. 

Kappa Alpha 



CLASS * * 

p. L. MOSELEY ----------- Meridian 

MARY ELIZA MURPHY --------- Jackson 

Kappa Delta 

MARY RUTH MURPHY --------- Jackson 

Viking 

ADELE McCAFFERTY ---------- Winona 

Chi Omega 

GEORGE L. McCLURE ----- Mountain Home. Ark. 

STUART McDonald ------- Smackover. Ark. 

MARIE McEWEN ----------- Jackson 

Beta Sigma Omicron 

LESLIE NANCE ---------- Marfa, Texas 

THOMAS S. NASON ---------- Jackson 

BETTY NICHOLS ----------- Jackson 

Kappa Delta 

MYRA NICHOLS ----------- Jackson 

Phi Mu 

ROSEMARY NICHOLS --------- Jackson 

Phi Mu 

BRUCE K. NICHOLSON ------- Havana, Cuba 

JAMES F. NOBLE. JR. ------- - Brookhaven 

Kappa Sigma 

HENRY W. O'BAUCH ------- Staunton. Va, 

LEWIS C. ODOM. JR. ------- - Mobile. Ala. 

JOHN C. PFRIMMER ------- Springhill, Ala. 

A. M. PHILLIPS ----------- Lexington 

Kappa Sigma 

JACK PHILLIPS --------- Holly Bluff 

Kappa Alpha 

E. D. PITTS ---------- Pensacola, Fla. 

PERCY POWERS ----------- Jackson 

Lambda Chi Alpha 

EVAN RAGLAND ----------- Jackson 

Kappa Alpha 

EDMAN J. RATHKE ------- Santa Ana, Calif. 

Pi Kappa Alpha 

MARY ANNETTE RAWLS -------- Columbia 

Beta Sigma Omicron 








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VIRGINIA REHFELDT --------- Jackson 

GEORGE M. ROZZELL ------- Texarkana, Texas 

Sigma Chi 

W. E. RUMMELHOFF - - - Oak Park. III. 

HUBERT LOWERY RUSH. JR. ------ - Meridian 

Kappa Alpha 

CATHERINE SADLER ---------- Jackson 

Kappa Delta 

WANDA JEANNE SANDERS ------- Sanatorium 

Kappa Delia 

J. W. SCRUGGS --------- Little Rock, Ark. 

MARY NELL SELLS ---------- Jackson 

Viking 

C. E. SILVERBLATT --------- Clarksdale 

Kappa Sigma 

V^ILLIAM DUCKETT SIMMONS ------ Natchez 

JOHN D. SKIDMORE --------- Paris. Texas 

MILAM SKINNER ------------ luka 

LESTER V^. SMITH ------ Corpus Christi, Texas 

W. O. SPAETH ---------- Parkin, Ark. 

W. C. SPRADLIN - - - - - Brooks, Ga. 

MIRIAM STAMPS ---------- McComb 

Chi Omega 

ELBERT J. STANLEY ------- Hot Springs, Ark. 

MARGUERITE STANLEY --------- Grenada 

Beta Sigma Omicron 

WILLIAM L. STARK ------- Cincinnati. Ohio 

CARROLL STEEN ----------- Jackson 

HAZEL STEEN ------------ Jackson 

M. M. STEWART --------- Graham, Texas 

WALTER STOKES. Ill -------- - Greenville 

Kappa Alpha 

GEORGE STURM ------------ Biloxi 

Kappa Sigma 




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CLASS * * 

WENDELL LEE SUTTLE -------- Lyons, Kan. 

KIRK TAYLOR ------------ Jackson 

Kappa Alpha 

GEORGE E. THOMAS -------- St. Joseph. La. 

WESLEY L. THOMAS ------- Corn Rapids, Iowa 

LORENE THORNTON ---------- Jackson 

Kappa Delta 

MARY ELIZABETH TINGLE -------- Jackson 

Phi Mu 

JACK CARROL TOLER, JR. - - - - - Baton Rouge, La. 

JACKIE TOUCHSTONE ------ Port Arthur, Texas ' 

BEN TROTTER. JR. ---------- - Jackson 

Kappa Sigma 

MARGARET VANDIVER --------- Jackson 

Phi Mu 

HAROLD LAWRENCE VINCENT - - - Higginson, Ark. 

MARTHA WAGGONER -------- Mathiston 

Kappa Delta 

OWEN WALKER --------- Huffman, Ark. 

HILMA WALLING ---------- Florence 

Kappa Delta 

ALFRED L. WATSON --------- Columbus 

Kappa Alpha 

THOMAS H. WATTS, JR. ------- - Columbia 

PEGGY WEPPLER ----------- McComb 

Chi Omega 

BETTYE WESTBROOK ---------- Jackson 

Phi Mu 

HAROLD H. WHITE, JR. -------- - Laurel 

Kappa Sigma 

DUKE WILLIAMS, JR. ------- - Yazoo City 

Kappa Alpha 

MARION WILLIAMS ---------- Pinola 

CAROLINE WILSON ---------- Jackson 

Kappa Delta 

CHARLES N. WRIGHT -------- Bassfield 

Pi Kappa Alpha 

WILLIAM M. YANDELL, JR. ------ - Vance 

Kappa Sigma 

JOSEPHINE YOUNG --------- Booneville 

Phi Mu 





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JEAN E. PFAU AND EARLENE R. ROZAR 



"Cke BEAUTY SELECTORS 

TWO WAVES RANKED OUR BEAUTIES 

After much effort, these two were finally persuaded to rank our 
beauties. Millsaps College has always had a campus full of beauties, and 
these pages will bear that out. One of the most difficult of all jobs concerned 
in the production of an annual is the selection of the beauties and consequent 
ranking. Most people hesitate to tell one lady that she is prettier than 
another, but these brave Waves fearlessly decided! 



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(Professor J. REESE LIN 



As we record our honoraries we think first of Professor Lin. His many 
years of tireless service to Millsaps have won him a place of honor in the 
memories of all who know him. He is the first that the returning alumnus 
will ask about. As Professor Emeritus of Philosophy and History he exerts a 
profound influence on our thoughts and methods. His wisdom is timeless. 



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DuBrovener, Taylor, Calloway, Malone, Exum, Moore, 
Sanders, White. 



KIT KAT 



Kit-Kat, the oldest honorary on the campus, is the group of literati that 
defy all definition. It is impossible to record the many rich conversations, 
criticisms, and suppers that this group carries on. To those who know Kit 
Kat no explanation is needed, and to those who do not know no explanation 
is possible. 

' MEMBERSHIP. 

KINCHEN W. EXUM ------------ Secretary 

JEAN M. CALLOWAY PROF. A. C. SANDERS 

ZACH TAYLOR DR. M. C. WHITE 

RALPH J. DuBROVENER DR. ROSS H. MOORE 

JOHN MALONE 



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CHI DELTA 

Being the sister organization of Kit Kat has given Chi Delta a big tradi- 
tion! Their programs are usually good, either in poetry or prose, and the 
highlight of the year is the joint meeting with Kit Kat. No one ever knows 
what might happen at one of these sessions, and the least expected usually 
does. The entire group is worthy, and their contributions develop the Millsaps 
literary atmosphere. 



MEMBERSHIP 



FRANCES ALEXANDER 
ANN BRIEN 
BETTY BRIEN 
JANNIE VEE BROOKS 
MILDRED DYCUS 
MARGARET CASK IN 
MAXINE HARPER 



PRISCILLA M. NEAL 
LADY BETTYE TIMBERLAKE 
ALMA ZENFELL 
■MISS ELIZABETH CRAIG 
MRS. MARGUERITE GOODMAN 
DEAN MARY B. STONE 
MISS VIRGINIA THOMAS 



Alexander, A. Brien, B. Brien, Brcoks, Dycus, Caskin. 
Harper, Neal, Tirriberlake. 










Brien, Cavett, Conner, Crubbs, Mayo, McCormack, 
Murphy, Posey, Raynham, Reeves, Stroud, Timberlake, 
Tyer, Wasson. 



SIGMA LAMBDA 

These girl campus leaders realize that it is up to them to start drives of 
various descriptions on the campus. One of these was an auction that netted 
over a thousand dollars in War Bonds and stamps. When they "strongly re- 
commend" that a certain thing be done it is not long before they see it in 
visible execution. 



MEMBERSHIP 



SARAH ELIZABETH BRIEN 
CLARA PORTER CAVETT 
LADY RACHEL CONNER 
MARIE CRUBBS 
MARY ANNA MAYO 
SUE McCORMACK 
MARJORIE MURPHY 
SARAH KATHLEEN POSEY 



DOROTHY RAYNHAM 

NINA HAZEL REEVES 

PECCY STROUD 

LADY BETTYE TIMBERLAKE 

PEGGY TYER 

JULIA U/ASSON 

MISS ELIZABETH CRAIG 

MRS. W. F. GOODMAN 



DEAN MARY B. STONE 



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THETA NU SIGMA 



With all of the sciences for their field this group has many interests. 
They can tell you about the stars, and can also tell you how you are able to 
see them. One usually gets lost in a welter of the scientific in their presence, 
but they, at least, are calm and assured about their worthy activities. 



MEMBERSHIP 



CARROLL BALL 
BETTY BRIEN, Sec.-Treas. 
JAMES CALLOWAY 
CLARENCE DENSER 
THAD DOCGETT 
ADENE HURST 
MARY ANNA MAYO 
ED MOAK 

WAUDINE NELSON 
HARRIET REACAN, Pres. 



WINNIFRED SEECERS 
JULIA WASSON 
JOE WIGGINS 
DR. J. B. PRICE 
DR. B. E. MITCHELL 
DR. J. A. FINCHER 
DEAN W. E. RIECKEN 
DR. J. M. SULLIVAN 
PROF. C. L. HARRELL 
PROF. C. B. GALLOWAY 



Ball, Brien. Calloway, Denser, Hurst, Mayo, Moak, Nelson, 
Reagan, Seegers, Wasson, Wiggins. 









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Gov. Bailey, Calloway, Exum, Prof. King, Dr. Moore. 
Morrrs, Newell. Dean Riecken, Dr. Smith. Taylor. 



OMICRON DELTA KAPPA 

ODK, National Leadership Society for Men, has demanded national re- 
spect since its founding in 1914. The circular gold key is seen on the person 
of all who have ever been initiated, and it speaks for the worth of the organi- 
zation. The barbecue at Dr. Smith's and the subsequent initiation of Gov- 
ernor Bailey was the brightest spot of this year's many activities. Dr. Ross 
Moore is the National Treasurer. This is the most widely known honorary 
on our campus, and to be a member is to deserve respect. 

MEMBERSHIP 

HON. THOMAS L. BAILEY JOE H. MORRIS 

Governor of Mississippi H. T. NEWELL. JR. 
JEAN M. CALLOWAY, Pres. Alumnus Advisor 

KINCHEN W. EXUM, V-Pres. DEAN Wm. E. RIECKEN 

PROF. ALVIN J. KING PRES. M. L. SMITH 

DR. ROSS H. MOORE. Sec.-Treas. ZACH TAYLOR 



94 



ALPHA EPSILON DELTA 



This national pre-med honorary contains our doctors-to-be. Their 
medical interests, stimulated by speakers who have gained distinction in 
the medical field, often result in such things as a tour of the Foster General 
Hospital. The U. S. Government even sent trucks for them to ride in on this 
trip. This is the last group to turn out the light in the laboratory, and when 
they do get to bed, if ever, it must be with dreams of all the nerves and bones 
that animals contain. Aristotle would be green at their knowledge of science. 



CARROLL BALL 
JANNIE VEE BROOKS 
CLARA PORTER CAVETT 
THAD DOGCETT 
ADENE HURST 
CAROL LOWE 
ED MOAK 
INMAN MOORE 
S. M. NOLEN 
WINNIFRED SEECERS 



MEMBERSHIP 

BARRY SENG 
ELVA THARP 
LODENA WALSH 
ELTON WARING 
JULIA WASSON 
, JOE WIGGINS 
DR. J. A. FINCHER 
PROF. C. B. GALLOWAY 
DR. J. B. PRICE 
DEAN W. E. RIECKEN 
DR. J. M. SULLIVAN 



Ball, Brooks, Cavett, Hurst, Lowe, Moak, Nolen, Seegers, 
Seng, Tharp, Walsh, Waring, Wasson, Wiggins. 





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Beaird, Calloway, Cavett, Ratliff, Reagan, Riley, Taylor 



WM, BEAIRD 
JEAN CALLOWAY 
CLARA PORTER CAVETT 
THAD DOCCETT 
CORNELIA RATLIFF 



ETA SIGMA 

MEMBERSHIP 
HARRIET REAGAN 
D. A. RILEY 
ZACH TAYLOR 
ALMA ZENFELL 
MRS. H. W. COBB 



DR. J. A. FINCHER 
DEAN A. P. HAMILTON 
DEAN WM. E. RIECKEN 
DR. R. H. MOORE 
PRES. M. L. SMITH 




ELEANOR AYCOCK 
BETTY BR I EN 
KINCHEN W. EXUM, 

Pres. National Treas. 
ROTHWELL KINNEY 



Dr. A. P. Hamilton, E. Aycock, B. Brien, K. W. Exum, 
M. Murphy, D. A. Riley. Elva Tharp. 



ETA SIGMA PHI 



MEMBERSHIP 

MARJORIE MURPHY 
D. A. RILEY 
WARREN I. SMITH 
ELVA THARP 
MRS. H. W. COBB 
MRS. ARMAND COULLET 



MISS ELIZABETH CRAIG 
MRS. W. F. GOODMAN 
DR. A. P. HAMILTON 
PROF. A. G. SANDERS 
PRES. M. L. SMITH 



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Applewhite, Boger, Boyles. Brown. Conner, Crubbs, 
Harper, Maxwell, McCormack, Mayo. Posey. Reagan. 
Stuckenschneider, Stroud. 



KAPPA DELTA EPSILON 



This professional education sorority is the result of the interest of 
Professor Haynes. It seeks to encourage professional ideals, high stan- 
dards of scholastic attainment, and a spirit of mutual helpfulness. 



SARA JANE APPLEWHITE 
MARTHA BOCER 
ALICE BOYLES 
ALMA BROWN 
RACHEL CONNER 
MARIE CRUBBS 
MAXINE HARPER 
BROWNELL MAXWELL 



MEMBERSHIP 

SUE McCORMACK 
MARY ANNA MAYO 
SARAH K. POSEY 
HARRIET REAGAN 
EMMA CENE STUCKENSCHNEIDER 
PECCY STROUD 
MARY JOHN WHITWORTH 
ALMA ZENFELL 
PROF. R. R. HAYNES 



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Carr, DuBrovener, DeMouey, Caskin, Crubbs, Neal, Pool, 
Whiteside. 



• PI KAPPA DELTA 



Pi Kappa Delta, a forensic honorary, and the debating teams have 
carried off high honors for Millsaps College more than once. They 
spend long hours in figuring out what the opposing side will use as 
points in the debate, and their success in this divination is almost 
psychic. Mock trials give them opportunity to do some clear reasoning, 
and when some of them enter legal work it will prove of great value 
to them. 



MEMBERSHIP 



Pi Kappa Delta 

MARIE CRUBBS 
PRISCILLA M. NEAL 
JOHN POOLE 
ALMA ZENFELL 



Debating 

PEGGY CARR 
MARSHALL DeMOUEY 
RALPH DuBROVENER 
MARGARET CASKIN 
JOHN POOLE 
SUE WHITESIDE 
LESTER WILKES 
ALMA ZENFELL 



FACULTY MEMBERS 



PROF. ROLF E. WUBBLES 



DR. 0. S. DOOLEY 



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SNAPS 



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B I G 
SHOTS 



Jean Calloway, Pres. of Pi KA, ODK, Senior Class, and piano player 
extraordinary. Betty Brien, participant in extracurriculars. Kinchen 
Exum, Pres. of Eta Sigma Phi, editor of Bobashela, V-Pres. of ODK., and 
National Treasurer of Eta Sigma Phi. Joe Wroten, Head Sig. Wilson 
Ray, Christian Leader. Zach Taylor, leading Kappa Alpha, and runner 
of campus life. Ben Trotter, Singing Freshman with Big Ideas. 




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100 



•. 



Marie Crubbs, BWOC. Houston Evans, Sonny Williams, and Jack Bryson. 
all outstanding Kappa Alphas. Lady Bettye Timberlake, Business Manager 
of the Bobashela, and Dale Burnham, Cay Nineties Queen, Chi Omega 
No. I, and general campus favorite. Kitty Applewhite, Sap Shipley, and 
Cornelia Ratliff, Potentates of the Pi KA house. Marjorie Wright, known 
for beauty. Lammelia Coza, Little Theatre devotee, and Louise Pullen, 
the girl that is nothing short of brilliant. Dell Walling, known from 
Montezuma to Tripoli for her eyes. 



BIC SHOTS NOT SHOWN 
FRANCIS LUNDY 
PEGGY TYER 
JOHN POOLE 
WALTER JOHNSON 
MARJORIE MOUNGER 




Ok RARE 
CHARACTERS 



Lammelia Coza, an unusual personality. Foozey Waring, an awfu 
by-product of science. Elizabeth Shipley, stray Creek and true 
philosopher. Cornelia Ratliff and Rathke, frequently seen at th« 
Pike House and elsewhere. Colonel Kinchen Exum, CSA, last 
antebellum humanist, and defender of classics. Suzy Whiteside, 
Phi Mu ball of fire, and known all over the nation. Cornelia 
Hegman, the girl with the far-carrying voice and Juraschek. This 
white dog, a true Millsaps spirit, was a character in a real sense 
to both Navy and civilian students. 




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102 



Dale Burnham, fit companion for a desert isle. Jack 
Barnett, he writes to Eleanor Roosevelt. Sonny Wil- 
liams and Lady Bettye Timberlake, how long must we 
wait? Sam Barefield, the one on whose shoulders so 
much tradition is being placed with confidence. He 
will be the head man on the campus before many 
moons, a progressive Methodist. Louise Pullen, can it 
be that you, like Alexander, are looking for new 
worlds to conquer? U. Z. Hathorne, keeper of the 
money bags and great signer of the check book. Flow- 
er Pot of Flora, a young lady with a way about her 
that grows on you. 




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Achee, Beaird, Covich, Dillingham, Coldwin, Gregory, 
Jones, Matthews. Poole, Powers, Shrader, Stokes, Touch- 
stone, White. 



LAMBDA CHI ALPHA 



Theta Eta Zeta 



With characters like John Poole, Prof. Wubbles. and Hunter Stokes fill- 
ing the ranks this chapter has nothing to fear from whatever may come. It is a 
thoroughly versatile group that has always supplied leader in the campus 
activity. 

MEMBERSHIP 



C. J. ACHEE 
WILLIAM BEAIRD 
JERRY COVICH 
CHARLES DILLINGHAM 
BILLY COLDWIN 
HAROLD GREGORY 
BUDDY JONES 
JESSE MATTHEWS 



JOHN POOLE 
PERCY POWERS 
CLIFTON SHRADER 
HUNTER STOKES 
JACK TOUCHSTONE 
JACK WHITE 
OSCAR S. DOOLEY. Ph.D. 
R. E. WUBBLES, M.A. 



ROBERT WILLIAMS 



107 



CHI OMEGA 



Chi Delta Chapter of Chi Omega has long been in 
the limelight for several good reasons. With such 
members as Dale Burnham, Virginia Carmichael, Helen 
Bunte, Mrs. Cavett, and "Tio ToVail" it has a reason 
to be proud. Charlotte Gulledge finally took Randolph 
Peets' Sig pin, and this made some of the rest bolder. 
Christine Droke is stepping into the shoes of those 
who have been campus personalities, and without Lady 
Bettye Timberlake this book would still be only in 
theory. Emily Henderson and Frances Alexander are 
symbolic of Chi Omega, a union of personality and 
brains. 



MEMBERSHIP 



FRANCES ALEXANDER 
MAMIE JEAN ANDERSEN 
CREATH ARMSTRONG 
NELLAH POPE BAILEY 
NORMA BARNES 
HELEN BUNTE 
DALE BURNHAM 
TON I BURTON 
VIRGINIA CARMICHAEL 
CLARA PORTER CAVETT 
JOELYON DENT 
CHRISTINE DROKE 
JUNE ECKERT 
MILDRED ELLIS 
ROLLIN FITTS 
LAMMELIA GOZA 
CHARLOTTE GULLEDGE 
EMILY HENDERSON 
BETTY HENRY 
HELEN HUGHES 
ELIZABETH ANN HUGHES 



BETTY HEWES 
MITTIE HIX 
DOROTHY JONES 
LIL JOHNSON 
REBAL JULIENNE 
EVELYN KING 
BETTY LOU MASSEY 
ADELE MaCAFFERTY 
DOTTIE McCORMACK 
SALLIE ANNE O'BRIEN 
CLYDE LEIGH PERRY 
BILLIE CLAUDE PIERCE 
MARY ANN PHILLIPS 
LOUISE PULLEN 
VIRGINIA SHERMAN 
MIRIAM STAMPS 
THEO STOVALL 
ALICE TAYLOR 
LADY BETTYE TIMBERLAKE 
SYLVIA V\/ILKINS 
PEGGY WEPPLER 



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Alexander 

Andersen 


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Droke 



Fckert 

Ellis 

Fitts 

Coza 

Culledge 

Henderson 



Hix 

Hughes 

Jones 

Johnson 

King 

Massey 



McCafferty 

McCormack 

O'Brien 

Perry 

Phillips 

Pullen 



Sherman 

Stamps 

Stovall 

Timberlake 

Wilkins 

Weppler 



109 



PHI MU 



Epsilon Chapter of Phi Mu, oldest sorority, has long 
been one of the bulwarks of Millsaps Spirit. With 
characters like the Briens, Lady Rachael Conner, June 
Dobbs, Julia Goodman, and Susie Whiteside no one 
could doubt this! Their attraction to the Naval and 
Marine Unit has not bsen surprising, and those boys 
have really set out after them, if you don't believe it. 
look at these scattered snapshots showing their ac- 
tivities at Battlefield park and on the campus. 



ELEANOR AYCOCK 
MARTHA BOCER 
ANN BRIEN 
ELIZABETH BRIEN 
JANNIE VEE BROOKS 
HELEN FRANCES BROV^/N 
REBECCA BUFKIN 
BOOTS BURNHAM 
JUANITA BUSH 
PEGGY CARR 
RACHAEL CONNER 
TOMMY LOU CONNER 
SARAH DEAL 
ANN DENHAM 
JUNE DOBBS 
SARAH FOREMAN 
JULIA GOODMAN 
CATHERINE HAIRSTON 
VIRGINIA HAMMER 
MAXINE HARPER 
BETTIE HARRELL 



MEMBERSHIP 

FANNIE HAUGHTON 

ANN HENRY 

SARA ELLEN JONES 

VIRGINIA LYONS 

MAXINE MADDEN 

MAUDE ELLA MAJURE 

MARY ANNA MAYO 

ANNE MILLER 

CAROLYN V. MORRISON 

MARJORIE MOUNGER 

DOROTHY REED 

VIRGINIA REHFELDT 

MARY STROHECKER 

EMMA GENE STUCKENSCHNEIDER 

EVA NELL TANNEHILL 

MARY ELIZABETH TINGLE 

MARGARET VANDIVER 

DOROTHY WEBSTER 

BETTY U/ESTBROOK 

SUSIE Vv'HITESIDE 

JOSEPHINE YOUNG 



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Aycock 
Boger 
A. Brien 
E. Brien 
Brooks 
Brown 



Bufkin 

Burnharn 

Bush 

Carr 

Conner 

T. Conner 



Deal 

Denham 

Foreman 

Goodman 

Hairston 

Hammer 



Harper 

Harrell 

Haughton 

Henry 

Jones 

Lyons 



Madden 

Majure 

Mayo 

Miller 

Morrison 

Mounger 






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Rehfeldt 

Strohecker 

Stuckenschneider 

Tannehill 

Tingle 



Vandiver 

Webster 

Westbrook 

Whiteside 

Young 



111 



KAPPA DELTA 



Kitty Applewhite, Lucy Gerald, Bonnie Griffin, 
Louise Miller, and Sara Kathleen Posey form sort of 
an old guard in the minds of the students when we 
think of Mu Chapter. Long noted for beauty. Kappa 
Delta has kept this reputation alive and has not neg- 
lected the scholastic part of its development. Roberta 
Crawford took an engagement ring, much to the sor- 
row of several aspirants, and this surprise is one of 
the year's many. Kappa Delta has produced leaders 
m all fields; to call the roll is to summarize Millsaps 
College. 



MEMBERSHIP 



ALICE ADAMS 
KITTY APPLEWHITE 
FLORA MAE ARANT 
JEAN BARNES 
ALMA ELIZABETH BROWN 
MARJORIE BURDSAL 
BETTYE BUSH 
ROBERTA CRAWFORD 
ETHEL MAE CROUCH 
PATRICIA CURRY 
ELEANOR EDWARDS 
LUCY GERALD 
CHARLINE CERRARD 
BONNIE GRIFFIN 
MARIE GRUBBS 
CORNELIA HECMAN 
JANE HENRY 
ELIZABETH HORTON 
JEAN MORRIS HOLTON 
CAROL LOWE 
CHARLOTTE LUCKETT 
DOT MELVIN 
LOUISE MILLER 



HELENE MINYARD 

BESS ANN McMillan 

MARY ELIZA MURPHY 
BETTY NICHOLS 
ALICE OWENS 
MADELINE PAGE 
SARA KATHLEEN POSEY 
CORNELIA RATLIFF 
DOROTHY RAYNHAM 
ELLEN ROBINSON 
CATHERINE SADLER 
WANDA JEANNE SANDERS 
ANN SPITCHLEY 
JEANNE STEVENS 
LORENE THORNTON 
PEGGY TYER 
LANE VANHOOK 
DELL WALLING 
HILMA WALLING 
MARTHA WAGGONER 
JOANNA WELLS 
CAROLYN WILSON 
MARJORIE WRIGHT 



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Adams 

Applewhite 

Arant 

Barnes 

Brown 

Burdsal 



Bush 

Crawford 

Crouch 

Curry 

Edwards 

Gerald 



Cerrard 

Cnffin 

Crubbs 

Hegman 

Henry 

Helton 



Lowe 

Luckett 

Melvin 

Miller 

Minyard 

McMillan 



Murphy 

Nichols 

Owens 

Page 

Posey 

Ratliff 



Raynham 

Sadler 

Sanders 

Spitchley 

Thornton 

Tyer 



VanHook 

Walling, D. 

Walling, H. 

Waggoner 

Wells 

Wilson 

Wright 



13 



BETA SIGMA OMICRON 



Marguerite Stanley has been the jewel in Alpha 
Zeta's crown this year, and Carrie Pearl Evans has run 
her a close second in popularity. Their chapter rooms 
on Oakwood street are furnished so well that you want 
a second invitation, and the whole set up is Ritzy. 
Harriet Reagan has led off with honours in almost 
everything, and Margaret Caskin is the head Amazon 
in Chi Delta. 



MEMBERSHIP 



SARA JEAN APPLEWHITE 
ALICE BOYLES 
MARTHA JANE BRAUN 
MARTINA CADENHEAD 
NELLE CRAIC 
BILLIE JANE CROUT 
MILDRER DYCUS 
CARRIE PEARL EVANS 
LOIS ANN FRITZ 
HELEN COLVER 
MARGARET CASKIN 
FRANCES HERRING 
ELAINE KEARY 
RUTH LANCLEY 



JULIA FAY MAYO 
SUE McCORMACK 
MARIE McEWEN 
PRISCILLA M. NEAL 
DOY PAYNE 
ANETTE RAWLS 
HARRIET REAGAN 
WINNIFRED SEEGERS 
MARGUERITE STANLEY 
PEGGY STROUD 
JULIA WASSON 
MARIAN WILLIAMS 
MARY JOHN WHITWORTH 



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Applewhite 

Eoyles 

BraurT 

Cadenhead 

Craig 




Crout 
Dycus 
Evans 

Fritz 
Casl<in 




Herring 

Coiner 

Keary 

Langley 

Mayo 







McCormack 

McEwen 

Neal 

Rawls 

Reagan 





Seegers 

Stanley 

Stroud 

Summers 

Wasson 



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KAPPA ALPHA 



Alpha Mu Chapter lives up to the grand old south- 
ern tradition of "Dieu et les Dames." Francis Lundy, 
President of the Student Body, and Zach Taylor, 
BMOC, are the two outstanding examples, although 
there are others that contend for the honour. The K A's 
are a likeable lot, and there is no wonder on anyones 
part that they are so very well liked on and off the 
campus. They are fair and lucky in politics and love, 
and you're crazy if you don't admit this is about the 
best combination at Millsaps. Zach kept up the 
scholarship, unaided or not. 



MEMBERSHIP 



JACK BRYSON 
JIMMY COLMER 
TOMMY CONDITT 
RAYMOND CRAIG 
JULIAN CROWELL 
JOE DRILLING 
HOUSTON EVANS 
PHILLIP KING 
BOB LINDHOLM 
FRANCIS LUNDY 
BOB MORRIS 
BILLY MORRISON 



CHARLES OBERKERCH 
JACK PHILLIPS 
EVAN RACLAND 
CHARLES SOURS 
V^ALTER STOKES 
KIRK TAYLOR 
ZACH TAYLOR 
LAVv/RENCE Vv'ATSON 
DUKE WILLIAMS 
SONNY WILLIAMS 
GENE WOODWARD 



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bryson 
Condi tt 
Craig 
Crowe II 



Evans 
Lindholm 
Lundy 
Morris 



Oberkerch 
Phillips 
Ragland 
Stokes 



K. Taylor 
Z. Taylor 
Watson 
D. Williams 
S. Williams 



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PI KAPPA ALPHA 



Since its founding at the University of Virginia in 
1868 Pi Kappa Alpha has moved in national concepts. 
Alpha- lota chapter has embodied the faith of the 
founders in that it has been composed of the best of 
all types. It has produced pianists like Calloway and 
humanists like Exum ; it has fostered athletics and has 
led the entire campus in membership in the honoraries. 
On the seventy-fifth anniversary of Dr. George Sum- 
mey's initiation this chapter went in a large group, and 
this was justification of its nationwide interest. If a 
fraternity can be a living influence for seventy-five 
years in a man's life it must have much to back it up. 
The campus scholarship award is an annual honor. 

They produced all four class presidents. 



MEMBERSHIP 



ROI ANDREWS 
CARROLL BALL 
SAM BAREFIELD 
JACK BARNETT 
GEORGE CAHALL 
JAMES CALLOWAY 
JEAN CALLOWAY 
BILLY CHAPMAN 
HARRIS COLEMAN 
LOWERY COLLINS 
FLOYD COLLINSWORTH 
TRULY CONERLY 
THAD DOCGETl 
BOB FERGUSON 
GILBERT FRYANT 
RANDLE FURR 
BOB HAMILTON 
JACK JACKSON 
WALTER JOHNSON 
E. JOHNSON 



JURASCHEK 
JOHNNY KUSEJ 
DON KOHMAN 
BILLY LLOYD 
JIM McGRANE 
JOHN McKEE 
MIKE McLAURIN 
ROSS O'BANNION 
ALBERT RAY PEETS 
ED RATHKE 
OTIS SINGLETARY 
W. C. SPRADLIN 
HAROLD THOMAS 
PETE WALKER 
ELTON WARING 
JAMES WEBB 
BILLY WRIGHT 
CHARLES WRIGHT 
CARL WINSTEAD 



118 




Andrews 

Ball 

Barefield 

Barnett 

Cahall 



Calloway 
Calloway 
Chapman 
Coleman 
Collins 



Exum 

Gilbert 

Hamilton 

Jackson 

Johnson 



Juraschek 

Kusei 

Kohman 

Lloyd 

McKee 



McLaurin 

Peets 

Rathke 

Spradler 

Waring 

C. Wright 



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KAPPA SIGMA 



Alpha Upsllon of Kappa Sigma is a power on the 
campus. Kappa Sigma claims some connection to 
some society in the Middle Ages when guilds and as- 
sociations were getting their impetus in the humanistic 
movement. Randolph Peets and Billy Shackleford 
typify the Sig that the campus has come to know down 
through the chapters long eventful history. The Sigs 
are good sports and their unity is enviable. 



MEMBERSHIP 



D. BOWDEN 
L. BRANDON 
J. BROWN 

J. BRYAN 

STANLEY CARPENTER 

H. DAVIS 

W. DeLOACH 

R. H. DIXON 

E. C. ELVv/OOD 

F. H. FRANTZ 
THOMAS CARRAWAY 
J. HAMPTON 

B. HERRING 
W. B. HUNT 
L. KIRKPATRICK 
CUS KYNERD 
L. LAMMONS 
W. LaRUE 
CURTIS MACEE 

J. McDonald 

A. p. MILLER 
ED MOAK 
J. MADISON 



T. NASON 
JACK NOBLE 
RANDOLPH PEETS 
W. PERSON 

A. M. PHILLIPS 
R. E. RAMSEY 
ERNEST RATHELL 
M. T. REED 

J. RHODES 

BILLY SHACKLEFORD 

C. E. SILVERBLATT 

B. SENG 

S. T. SMITH 
RUFUS STAINBACK 
M. M. STUART 
G. STURM 
PERRY TERRELL 
BEN TROTTER 
PARKER WALKER 
T. WATTS 
H. WHITE 
JOE WROTEN 
Wm. YANDELL 



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Bowden 

Brandon 

Brown 

Bryan 

Davis 

DeLoach 



Dixon 

Elwood 

Frantz 

Carraway 

Hampton 

Herring 



Hunt 

Kirkpatrick 

Kynerd 

Lammons 

LaRue 

Magee 



McDonald 

Miller 

Moak 

Nason 

Noble 

Peets 



Person 

Phillips 

Ramsey 

Rathell 

Reed 

Shackleford 



Silverblatt 

Seng 

Smith 

Stainback 

Stuart 

Sturm 



Terrell 

Trotter 

Walker 

White 

Wroten 

Yandell 



121 



ACTIVITIES 



122 




Bnen. Burnham. Calloway, Exum, Jones, Lundy. Posey, 
Ray. Reeves, Reagan, Stovall. Tyer. 



STUDENT EXECUTIVE BOARD 

This group is a result of the constitution of the Student Body. It governs 
all the affairs of the students, serving as a last resort for the ironing out of 
any difficulty that seldom arises. It places your Student Activities fee in 
the various channels where it is due to be used, and is your best friend on 
the campus. Being the custodian and defender of the Student Body Con- 
stitution, it also regulates the entire calendar of the years events. 



MEMBERSHIP 



SARAH E. BRIEN 
DALE BURNHAM 
JEAN M. CALLOWAY 
KINCHEN W. EXUM 
LAEL JONES 
FRANCIS LUNDY 



SARA KATHLEEN POSEY 
WILSON RAY 
NINA HAZEL REEVES 
HARRIET REAGAN 
THEO STOVALL 
PEGGY TYER 



125 




Barefield, Brien, Brooks, Drake, Herring, Jones, Lundy, 
Murphy, Posey, Ray, Riley, Schrader, Wilkins. 



THE CHRISTIAN COUNCIL 

Long thought to be the most beneficial influence on the spiritual con- 
cepts of the campus, the Christian Council exerts a wide influence on the 
molding of the Millsaps student. It fosters the Vesper Services each Sun- 
day afternoon and its greatest achievement is the annual Religious Emphasis 
Week, They usually attend conferences whenever they can, and these 
must be rich experiences. 



MEMBERSHIP 



SAM BAREFIELD 
SARAH E. BRIEN 
JANNIE VEE BROOKS 
CHRISTINE DROKE 
FRANCES HERRING 
LAEL JONES 



FRANCIS LUNDY 
SARA K. POSEY 
WILSON RAY 
MARY RUTH MURPHY 
D. A. RILEY 
CLIFTON SCHRADER 



SYLVIA WILKINS 



126 




Brown, Boger. Craig, Griffin, Culledge, Murphy, Posey, 
Reagan, Reeves, Stamps. Stroud, Tyer, Wasson. 



THE WOMAN'S COUNCIL 



This is the governing body of the Co-eds at Millsaps. They determine 
what nights shall be late nights and just how late those nights can be. Then 
Ihey see to it that an orderly Co-ed system arises in the Co-eds themselves 
rather than from some outside authority. The Woman's Council wants 
each Co-ed to make their own rules and to realize that they must abide 
by themi for the good of the college. These girls are the duly elected repre- 
sentatives of Women's Rights on the campus. 



MEMBERSHIP 
HELEN BROWN 
MARTHA BOGER 
NELL CRAIG 
BONNIE GRIFFIN 
CHARLOTTE GULLEDGE 
MARJORIE MURPHY 

JULIA WASSON 



SARA KATHLEEN POSEr 
HARRIEF REAGAN 
HAZEL REEVES 
MIRIAM STAMPS 
PEGGY STROUD 
PEGGY TYER 



127 




Exum, Alexander. K. Applewhite, S, Applewhite, Calloway, 
Cavett, Cooley, Caskin, Culledge, Hart, Hix, Haughton, 
Kielty, Neal, Peets, Poole, Ratliff, Raynham, Riley, Shipley, 
Burnham, Stainback, Stokes, Timberlake. Tyer. Williams, Moore 



INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB 

Here the political situation in Patagonia may be discussed, or we may 
speak on the Persian oil. Smith has made most of the programs into dra- 
matic monologues, but some of these are intensely interesting; one was on 
the ancestry of some banking firm in Europe (or was it Asia!') Here the 
war is discussed, and here the peace will be written months before an un- 
suspecting public has an inkling about it. 

MEMBERSHIP 



DALE BURNHAM 
FRANCES ALEXANDER 
KITTY APPLEWHITE 
SARA JEAN APPLEWHITE 
JEAN CALLOWAY 
CLARA P. CAVETT 
DONALD C. COOLEY 
KINCHEN EXUM 
MARGARET CASKIN 
CHARLOTTE CULLEDGE 
EDITH HART 
MITTIE HIX 
FANNIE HAUGHTON 
JOHN P. KIELTY 
PRISCILLA M. NEAL 
DOY PAYNE 

ALMA ZENFELL 



RANDOLPH PEETS 

JOHN POOLE 

CORNELIA RATLIFF 

DOROTHY RAYNHAM 

D. A. RILEY 

ELIZABETH SHIPLEY 

WARREN I. SMITH 

RUFUS STAINBACK 

HUNTER STOKES 

LADY BETTYE TIMBERLAKE 

PEGGY TYER 

SONNY WILLIAMS 

DR. ROSS MOORE 

PROF. J. FERGUSON 

PROF, R. WUBBLES 

DR. OSCAR DOOLEY 



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Brien, Brooks, Craig. Droke, Hegman, Herring, Owens. 
Reagan. Reeves. Tyer, Wilkins. 



Y. W. C. A. OFFICERS 



These girls have made great progress this year, and their spirit along 
with their effort has been responsible. Those who do attend the Y. W. 
C. A, meetings have found something so worthwhile that they seldom miss 
a meeting, and on the appointed day you can see them all headed towards 
the Christian Center or Chapel. 



BETTY BRIEN ---------------- President 

SYLVIA WILKINS ------------- Vice President 

JANNIE VEE BROOKS ------------- Treasurer 

FRANCES HERRING ----------- Program Chairman 

ALICE OVv'ENS ------------ Program Chairman 

HARRIET REAGAN ------------ Social Service 

NINA HAZEL REEVES ----------- Social Chairman 

CORNELIA HEGMAN ----------- House Chairman 

PEGGY TYER --------------- Foreign Affairs 

NELLE CRAIG ---------------- Publicity 

CHRISTINE DROKE --------- Campus-Church Relations 



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Brooks, Harrell. Stovall, Thornton, Trotter, Westbrook, 
Wiggins. 



BAPTIST STUDENT UNION 



The Baptist have organized and carry on a very effective program on 
the campus. This is a serious bunch of folks that really try to better the 
campus conditions whenever they can. They are an active force, worthy 
of respect and commendation. 



JANNIE VEE BROOKS ------------ President 

JOE WIGGINS ------------ First Vice President 

STANLEY CARPENTER --------- Second Vice President 

BETTY WESTBROOK ------------- Secretary 

BEN TROTTER --------------- Treasurer 

THEO STOVALL ------------ Social Chairman 

BETTY HARRELL -------------- Reporter 

JIM ALLEN ------------ B. T. U. Representative 

LORENE THORNTON ------------ Sunday School 



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Barefield, Davis, Dean, Codbold, Holston, Pickett, Ray, 
Riley. 



MINISTERIAL LEAGUE 



As old as Millsaps College, this Ministerial League is the future minis- 
ters' association. With Creek scholars like Carland Dean, travelers like 
Dorsey Allen, and B M O C's like Riley the ministry will profit. The league 
is always active towards the advancement of Christian Concepts on the 
Campus. 



MEMBERSHIP 



DORSEY ALLEN 
SAM BAREFIELD 
MARSHALL BURNETT 
JAMES DARBY 
CLIFF DAVIS 
CARLAND DEAN 
ROBERT CODBOLD 



STANLEY CUISELMAN 
JAMES HOLSTON 
CEORCE HARKINS 
LAEL JONES 
ROSS PICKETT 
NORMAN PURVIS 
Vv/ILSON RAY 



D. A. RILEY 



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Evans, Lundy, Poole, Shrader. Exum, Calloway, Wroten, 
Peets. 



MEN'S PANHELLENIC 



Each fraternity elects two representatives to make rules that govern rush 
week, socials, and inter-fralernity relationships Men's Panhellenic has 
reached a new height in brotherhood in this past year; the fraternities are 
working as a unit more than ever before. They are united in purpose. 



REPRESENTATIVES: 



For Kappa Alpha: 
HOUSTON EVANS 
FRANCIS LUNDY 

For Pi Kappa Alpha: 
JEAN M. CALLOWAY 
KINCHEN W. EXUM 



For Lambda Chi Alpha: 

JOHN POOLE 

CLIFTON SHRADER 
For Kappa Sigma: 

JOE WROTEN 

RANDOLPH PEETS 



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Brien, Craig. Crout, Denham, Griffin, Stovall, VanHook. 



WOMEN'S PANHELLENIC 



Two representatives from each sorority govern their social plans. Its 
powers are judicial, social, and governmental: this year has seen able strides 
in these fields, and the group has worked in close harmony toward the bet- 
terment of the sororities. 



REPRESENTATIVES; 



For Chi Omega; 

THEO STOVALL 

VIRGINIA CARMICHAEL 
For Kappa Delta: 

LANE VANHOOK 

BONNIE GRIFFIN 



For Beta Sigma Omicron: 

NELLE CRAIG 

BILLIE JANE CROUT 
For Phi Mu: 

BETTY BRIEN 

ANN DENHAM 



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Ferguson, Applewhite, Brien, Brooks, Brown, Burnham, 
Craig, Dent, Griffin, Harris, Adene Hurst, Aylene Hurst, 
Jones, Maxwell, Mayo, McCormack, Mounger, Neal, 
Page, Reeves, Stroud, Summers, Walling, Wells. 



MAJORETTE CLUB 



Beauty, Brains, Brawn, and general ability is the standing order for 
membership in the Majorettes. Their greatest achievement is stunt night 
each year, and Hungry Robinson was a scream in the excellent presentation 
ot "Cone With the Wind" this year. Years back Bob Nichols won the 
coveted cup — a gallon water bucket — by developing some skit selling pink 
pills. This is a non-sectarian organization that boosts the Millsaps spirit. 



MEMBERSHIP 



MISS ELIZABETH FERGUSON 
KITTY APPLEWHITE 
SARAH BRIEN 
JANNIE VEE BROOKS 
BETTY JO BROWN 
DALE BURNHAM 
NELLE CRAIG 
JOELYON DENT 
BONNIE GRIFFIN 
REBA LOYCE HARRIS 
ADENE HURST 
AYLENE HURST 



SARA ELLEN JONES 
BROWNELL MAXWELL 
MARY ANNA MAYO 
SUE McCORMACK 
MARJORIE MOUNGER 
PRISCILLA M. NEAL 
MADELINE PAGE 
NINA HAZEL REEVES 
PEGGY STROUD 
MARCENE SUMMERS 
DELL WALLING 
JOANNA WELLS 



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Brown, B. Davis, C. Davis, Eady, Ciardina, Harris, Holston, 
Jones Louise Jones, Mar|orie Murphy, Mary R. Murphy, 
Ray, Reeves. Sells, Sharbrough, Walsh. White. 



THE VIKINGS 



The Vikings, who had their genesis in the old Empyrean society, are a 
social organization composed of those who do not belong to the Creek let- 
ter fraternities and sororities. Their meetings are secret, but their good 
times and spirit are the talk of the campus. This attempt to extend social 
activity to all students on the campus is one of the most laudable aspects 
of ^y1illsaps liberal system. 



MEMBERSHIP 



RAY ADAMS 
BETTY JO BROWN 
BERLYN STUCKEY DAVIS 
CLIFF E. DAVIS 
DOT EADY 
FLORA CIARDINA 
REBA LOYCE HARRIS 
JAMES HOLSTON 
LAEL JONES 
LOUISE JONES 



BETTY LANCDEN 
MARJORIE MURPHY 
CAROLYN McKEWEN 
MARY RUTH MURPHY 
WILSON RAY 
NINA HAZEL REEVES 
MARY NELL SELLS 
BARBARA SHARBROUGH 
LODENA WALSH 
NELL WHITE 



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KINCHEN EXUM 
Editor 



VIRGINIA CARMICHAEL 
Assistant Editor 



LADY BETTYE TIMBERLAKE 
Business Manager 



This 1944 Bobashela is the record of Millsaps College at war. The 
editors have been faced with a shortage of film, a shortage of paper, and all 
the ills that flesh is heir to, but at last it comes off the press. It has en- 
deavored to maintain the literary standards of preceding Bobashelas; it has 
sought to keep the faith. It has answered a million questions to the satis- 
faction of the askers, and it is now in lasting print. The officers of the 
honoraries, fraternities, and organizations are omitted this year for the first 
time because in the process of publication they have been changed several 
times to our certain knowledge. Each semester has seen new elections, and 
we are on three a year under the present semester division. Judge us as 
you will, but all of these trials entered into the publication. The staff has 
been splendid, and the student body and faculty have been patient. We 
express our gratitude for the patience that has been shown us. 



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BOB ASHELA 



Dr. Moore our faculty advisor, has 



lent the assuring hand to our endeav 



ors. We are grateful for his ready un- 



derstanding and his capable opinions. 



He has enriched our conferences with 



his wit and has improved our ideas 



with his wisdom. If any one person 



could be responsible for the 1944 



Bobashela, it is Dr. Ross Moore. 




DR. ROSS H. MOORE 



PUBLICATION STAFF 
KINCHEN WILLIAMS EXUM ----------------- Editor 

VIRGINIA CARMICHAEL --------------- Assistant Editor 

LADY BETTYE TIMBERLAKE -------------- Business Manager 

DOT JONES ---------------- Assistant Business Manager 

PEGGY TYER ------------------- Continuity Editor 

ROBERTA CRAWFORD, MIKE HUSSEY, and JOHN GIORDANO - - Photographic Editors 
JOHN MALONE ------------------ Literary Editor 

NINA HAZEL REEVES ----------------- Sports Editor 

THEO STOVALL ------------------- Art Editor 

JANNIE VEE BROOKS ----------------- Class Editor 



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ZL NAVY BAND 



The Navy band at Millsaps can carry platoons along on marching feet 
and make them like it. The excellence of some of its members finds 
expression in the good melodies that twirl out of various instruments. 
Clarence Mabry is being considered for the Navy Band in Washington, 
D. C, so he must be fairly good to get national recognition. This musi- 
cal part of military is one of the organizations most dear to Millsaps, 
and vi/henever this group of musicians rounds a curve you can rest 
assured that coeds and eds stop long enough to hear that last note. 



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SNAPS 



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COLLEGE MELANGE 



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NAVY TEAMS 



Never has Millsaps been 
more blessed with masculine 
might. The Navy landed, and 
the opposing teams melted into 
sawdust before the blitz hit 
'em. The basketball teams 
have caused state-wide com- 
ment, and the way those balls 
drop in the basket makes the 
old grad's heart swell with 
pride. Much of the growing 
college interest in sports is 
owed to the physical prowess 
of the Navy. Incidentally, per- 
fect teamwork is going to knit 
a team from civilians and train- 
ees in football that will roll like 
a juggernaut over some of our 
very oldest and toughest rivals. 




Our NAVY 

These Navy folks are the ones 
in the offices. They grind out 
wrongs, and make the crooked 
the unsung heroes of any man's 
murky details of information 




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FOLKS * 

who will make the wheels turn 
reports, hear complaints, right 
straight in general. They are 
war, the ones that clear up the 
into vital statistics. 




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Through this gate the 
Millsaps students pass; some 
have books and some do not, 
but all are involved in the 
great process of education. 
The posts are gifts from pre- 
ceding classes. The road 
goes upward — it is almost 
symbolic of the struggle that 
one must exert in order to 
reach the heights of knowl- 
edge. 



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WHITWORTH HALL 
The Official Quarterings of the Naval Unit. 




U t) s e r V a I 



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Here Professor Harrell traces the paths of the 
stars for the heavenly minded. Other planets are 
easily seen through the telescope, and the idea of 
classes late at night is not to be neglected, boys and 
girls! 




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CEPHUS aJ COMPANY 




For a very long time Cephus and the rest of those who serve at Millsaps 
have been one of the great institutions on the Millsaps campus. Cherry, 
with his mail basket and bucket of Coca-Colas, is a familiar sight in the 
memory of everyone. Those who are at work in the cafeteria are as much a 
part of college life as we are. Lula Belle down at the Pike House is a unique 
type. Cephus can fix the best hamburgers and coffee this side of the Mason 
and Dixon line, and those on the other side shouldn't ever attempt coffee; 
tea is their speed. As long as the type that Cephcis represents is a part of our 
lives the south will live on as a unit. 



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RAMBLER'S CLUB 

This is the great group of geologists who try to figure out why 
the earth is. Dr. Sullivan has long been the scholarly half of the group 
of wanderers — and they frequently find fossils in the waste land. We 
never dreamed that there were shells on the campus, but Dr. Sullivan 
proudly exhibits them. One of the most monumental achievements at 
Millsaps is the great collection of relics — a result of the long eager 
research of Dr. Sullivan; if you are lucky you might penetrate the 
depths of Sullivan-Harrell and there will be found bones, rocks, speci- 
mens, and all the delights of a scientist. The Ramblers have long given 
parts of this display to school enrichment. 



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MILLSAPS PLAYERS 



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ALPHA PSI OMEGA 




Only the Creek dramatists could appreciate to the extent of just 
praise the work that Dr. White has done with plays at Millsaps. His 
renditions of plot cause crowds to turn out en masse and they always 
go away well pleased with a good performance. Crease paint, rouged 
men, hairy heroes, and sweet leading ladies fit into the scheme of 
things. This gives students an opportunity for self expression, and 
Millsaps has turned out some great individuals. This group keeps alive 
dramatic interest and the audience is between chills and guffaws. 



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This is a very brief summary — and we do 
mean brief. When school was opened last No- 
vember the Navy was doing things. Com- 
mander Alderman was full-steaming ahead, and 
the torpedoes did not bother him, either. The 
Navy-coed situation caused scuttlebutt to hide 
his head in the many dances that were held, 
and boy, those dances are history making af- 
fairs. The Navy is just as good at swinging a 
leg as they are at P. T. 

The selection of the students for Who's Who 

was no small problem for the faculty, and it 
was not child's play for the faculty to keep up 
with all of the hundreds of Naval regulations, 
either. 

Occasionally. Rocks and Shoals would be 
read among many clearings of the throat, but 
we do not recall any serious violations. A 
garbage can had the serious quality of rolling 
down the hall at the most unexpecetd hour, 
but Scuttlebutt soon stopped doing this. 

Mrs Cavett. Andy Dossman. and Colonel 
Exum all had a hand in the Bobashela. and 
it developed by jerks and spurts. Colonel 
Exum still stands when the immortal Dixie 
is played, and he is the last of the ante-bellum 
humanists. Lady Bettye Timberlake kept the 
check-book through it all, and each editor 
thanked the muses for her sweet soul. 

Su-^y Whiteside. John Maione. Ernest 
Rathell. Prof. Calloway. Dale Burnham. Phil 
Culbertson. "Muy" Abies. "El" Mable. These 
folks are complete sentences, and need no 
punctuation. 

The library became modern in that it added 
books to fit the growing opinions of students. 
No great reactionary books, but the genuine 
great modern trends were added. 

Gasoline rationing hampered fraternity blow- 
outs, but half will never be told about the 
fun that was had. Imposition cannot daunt 
spirit, and brother, we've got it. 

Millsaps will always live in the hearts of 
those who have passed out of the aisles in 
their caps and gowns, and it will always be 
the dream of many, whether their stars let 
them become a part of its love of philosophy 
or not. It has done GREAT things, and a 
future built on such a past will be rich indeed. 



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