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. .■ . AT THE EVENTS OF THE 1947-48 SCHOOL YEAR. THIS 
YEAR HAS SEEN MANY REMARKABLE THINGS, SUCH AS THE 
MAJOR VICTORY OVER THE CHOCTAWS AND THE DAYS OF 
ICE AND SNOW SO UNUSUAL TO THIS COLLEGE IN THE DEEP 
SOUTH. THESE AND ALL THE OTHER THINGS OF INTEREST WE 
HAVE TRIED TO PICTURE IN THIS GLIMPSE OF 
"MILLSAPS THROUGH MAGAZINES." 



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Alma Mater, dear old Millsaps, 
Loyal sons are we. 
Our fond hearts ore thine alone 
And ever more shall be. 

Proud art thou, in classic beauty, 
Of thy noble past. 
With thy watchword Honor, Duty 
Thy high fame shall last. 

Every student, man and maiden. 
Swell the glad refrain, 
Till the breezes music-laden 
Waft it back again. 

Proud art thou, in classic beauty. 
Of thy noble post. 
With thy wotchword Honor, Duty 
Thy high fame shall lost. 



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From the "Brethren in the south pasture" to the student body 
of Millsops on the occasion of the annual Major-Choctaw football clash 
was this glaring tribute in big black letters. To further enhance the 
beauty of the picture, they added thot slight tinge of intelligence evident 
in the spelling of the final word! 

This present come fast on the heels of an open letter from their 
student body to our student body requesting a truce in activities which 
were harmful to students and campus. Evidently, after pushing the 
cannon off its pedestal and uprooting the school's bell, they ran out of 
any ideas short of murder. 

In spite of their efforts to get rid of Millsaps so easily, the arch-enemy 
was forced to "bite the dust" to the tune of a 7-0 victory for the purple- 
and-white boys. So it seems that even if oil Millsaps didn't burn in the 
prescribed fashion, enough blood boiled to put out the necessary steam 
to roll down the field to victory. 



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Om P R E S I D E I T 



To Dr. Morion Lofton Smith the entire student body looks for leader- 
ship and inspiration. This tireless, ever patient Southern gentleman is 
loved and long remembered by all who pass through the halls of Millsaps. 
Always concerned with the welfare end happiness of each student and 
faculty member. Dr. Smith exemplifies what the real college president 
should be. 



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THE DEAN 

With his characteristic vitality 
and endurance. Dr. William Emil 
Riecken performs the duties not 
only of Dean of Millsaps, but 
also of Dean of Men. In addi- 
tion to this, he takes his place 
as an instructor in biology and 
yet finds time to lend an ear to 
the woes of all. 




DR. W. E. RIECKEN 



DR. E. S. WALLACE 



THE REGISTRAR 

Taking on the task of seeing 
that all students are properly 
enrolled and are in the right 
places at the right times. Dr. E. S. 
Wallace deserves bouquets for a 
job well done. He still somehow 
marioges to find enough time to 
turn out economists well pre- 
pored to meet the future brightly. 



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ADMIIU 



BURSAR 

Although new to Millsaps' portals this 
year, Mr. Pete Woods has undertaken 
in a vigorous and open-minded manner 
the mammoth job of holding the college 
purse-strings. Judging by the progress 
he has made so far, we prophesy a 
"Campus Beautiful" in no time at all. 



MR. J. W. WOOD 



MR. HAROLD S. MUSTIN 



ASSISTANT BURSAR 

What would Milkaps do without the 
cheerfi'l smile and helpi-g hard of Mr. 
Harold Mustin! A vital member of the 
"p'jrse-strirgs crew," Mx. Mustin has 
come to be a great favorite among 
faculty and students. 



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DEAN OF WOMEN 

One of the best-loved women on the 
faculty is Mrs. Mary Stone. .An able 
advisor for all the women students, she 
extends her hospitality to all and lends 
her energy to any worthwhile under- 
taking. 



DR. RAY S. MUSGRAVE 




MRS. MARY STONE 




DEAN OF FRESHMEN 

Dr. Roy S. Musgrave, who so ably 
counsels our frosh, plays a major part 
in the general happiness of the campus 
as a whole, hlis geniality and "psychol- 
ogy applied" make him a well-known 
and highly respected personality. 




JOHN MAGRUDER SULLIVAN — Professor Emeritus of Chemistry and Geology; A. B., Centenary College; A. M., University 
of Mississippi; Advanced graduate work. University of Chicago; Ph.D., Vanderblll University; D. Sc, Millsaps College. . . . 
GEORGE LOTT HARRELL — Professor Emeritus of Physics and Astronomy; B. S., M. S., Millsaps College; Advanced graduate 
work, University of Chicago . . . BENJAMIN ERNEST MITCHELL — Professor of Mothemotics; A. B,, Scarritt-Morrisvllle Col- 
lege; A. M., Vonderbilt University; Ph.D., Columbia University . . . ALFRED PORTER HAMILTON — Professor of Classical 
Languages and German; A. B., Birmingham-Southern College; A.M., Ph. D., University of Pennsylvania . . . ALBERT GOD- 
FREY SANDERS — Professor of Romance Languages; A. B., Southwestern (Texas); A. B,, Yale University; Rhodes Scholar, 
I907-1910; A. B., A. M., University of Oxford (Honors School) . . . MILTON CHRISTIAN WHITE — Professor of English; A. B., 
Birmingham-Southern College; A. M., Harvard University; Ph. D., University of Wisconsin . . . ROSS HENDERSON MOORE — 
Professor of History; B. S., M. S., Millsaps College; A. M., Uni ersity of Chicago; Ph.D , Duke University. 



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CLIZABETH CRAIG— Assistant Professor of French; A.B., Barnard Collc-jfj, Columbia University; A.M., Columbia University; Diplome 
de la Sorbonne, Ecole de Preparation des Professeurs, de Francois a I'Etronger, Faculty of Letters, University of Paris . . . 
MAGNOLIA COULLET — Assistont Professor of Latin; Teacher of Voice; A. B., Millsops College; A. M., University of Penn- 
sylvania; graduate work, American Academy in Rome, University of Chicago; B. M., Belhaven College; graduate work in 
Voice, Bordeaux, France . . . EVA MYERS ROBERTS — Professor of Piano and Theory; A. B., Vv'hitworth College; B. M., 
American Conservatory; M. M., Chicago Musical College . . . ROBERT RAYMOND HAYNES — Professor of Education; A. B., 
LLB., University of Tennessee; Vice-Consul of the United States in Scotland end England; A. M., advanced graduate work, 
George Peobody College . . . JOSEPH BAILEY PRICE — Professor of Chemistry; B. S, Millsops College; M. S., University 
of Mississippi; Ph. D., Louisiana State University . . . MABEL BENNER COBB — Assistant Professor of Spanish; A. B., St. 
Lawrence University; A. M., University of North Carolina. 



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VERNON LANE WHARTON — Professor of Sociology and History,- A. B., Millsops College,- A. M., Ph. D., University of Nortfi 
Carolina , . MARGUERITE WATKINS GOODMAN — AssisJant Professor of English; A. B., Agnes Scott College; A. M., 

Tulone University . . . CHARLES BEITS GALLOWAY — Assistant Professor of Physics; B. S., Millsops College; A. M,, od- 
vanced graduate work, Duke University. 



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THEODORE CASKY RUSSELL — Professor of Violin and Theory; Conductor of the Symphony Orchestra; B. S., Northeast 
Missouri State Teachers College; M. M., Northwestern University; Private study with Enesco and Sziqeti in Europe . . . 
JAMES SHARBROUGH FERGUSON — Associate Professor of History; A. B., Millsops College; M. A., Louisiana State University; 
Graduate work. University of North Carolina . . . RICHARD R. PRIDDY — Professor of Chemistry and Geology; B. S., in 
Ed., Ohio Northern University; M. A., The Ohio State University; Ph. D., The Ohio State University. 





FRANCES ELIZABETH DECELL — Director of Physical Education for Women, A. A., Whitworth College; A. B., Millsops College,- 
A. M., University of Alabama . . . NANCY BROGAN HOLLOWAY — Instructor of Secretarial Studies; A. B., Mississippi 
State College for Women . . . SHIRLEY CHICHESTER — Associate Librarian; B. A., Millsops College; B. S., Lib. Sci., 
School of Library Science, University of North Carolina . . . NEAL BOND FLEMING — Professor of Philosophy; A. B., B, D., 
Emory University; S. T. M., Ph, D., Boston University. 



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KARL WOLFE — Professor of Art; B. F. A.; Chicago Art Institute, William M. R. French Fellowship,- Study abroad for one 
year; Study and Teaching Pa. School of Art Summer School . . . MILDRED MOREHEAD ~ Assistant Professor of English; 
B. A., Mississippi State College for Women; M. A., Duke University; Graduate work at University of Colorado, University of 
Wisconsin, and Columbia University . . . MRS. KYE HEDERI — Assistant in Spanish; B. A., Mississippi State College for Women 
. . . LOUISE WARD — Assistant Librarian; B. S., Mississippi State College for Women. 





MARJORIE TRUSTY — Instructor of Piono; B. M., Mississippi Sto'e College for Women . . . ELAINE PENN — Assistant In. 
structor in Music, B. M., Louisiana State University . . . ARTHUR COLAIANNI — Bond Director . . . THOMAS BERRY — 
Professor of Economics; B.A., M.A., Pfi.D, Harvard University. 



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James troy ROBISON — Associate Professor of Political Science and History; B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University; 
M,A., University of Colorado; Advonced graduate work. University of Colorado and University of Illinois . . . PAUL DOUGLAS 
HARDIN — Assistant Professor of English; A B., Millsaps College; A. M., Duke University; Groduote work. University of 
Southern California . . . JAMES DAUSEY WROTEN — Associate Professor of Religion; B. A., Millsaps College; B. D., Southern 
Methodist University . . . McNEILL BARTLING, JR. — Director of Physical Education and Coach; B. S. C, University of Mis- 
sissippi; Graduate work at Louisiana State University. 



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J. L. ROBERTS — Instructor in Mathematics; B.A., M.A., Mississippi College . . . KENNETH LYLE WARREN — Professor of 
Mathemotics; B.Sc, Battle Creek College; M.Sc, Battle Creek College; Ph.D , Michigan State College; Attendecf University of 
Miami, Coral Gables, Flo. . . . HARWELL PRESLEY STURDIVANT - Professor of Biclogy; B,S., Emory University; MA,, 
Emory University; Ph.D., Columbia University. 



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MRS. FOX WOOD - Professor of Speech . . . JESSE SMITH — Dietitian . . . ALVIN JON KING - Director of Millsaps Singers; 
Studied at Oberlin Conservatory of Music,- Northwestern School of MusiC; Christiansen Choral School; Private study with W. S. 
Matthews, Fanny Bloomfield Zeisler, and P rower Symonds. 




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PROFESSORS NOT PICTURED 

R. F. COOPER — Professor of German,- B. A., Washington and Lee University; M.A., Washington and Lee University; Ph.D., 
Johns Hopkins University . . . MRS. C. F. SPARKMAN — Assistant Librarian; B.A., Oslo Kotedralskole, Oslo, Norway;' Teach- 
er's Certificote for one year's study in Dresden, Germany; Library Certificate for one year in New York State Library School 
. . . W. D. McCain — lecturer in History; B. A., Delta State Teachers College; M. A., Ph.D., Duke University MRS 

ROBERT EZELLE - Instructor of French. 



AND THEN THERE'S SEPHERS 

No faculty-staff section of the Bobashela would be complete without some mention of 
Sephers. Known to all, both old and young, Sephers has become almost a tradition at 
Milisaps through his friendship and sincerity. A man with a mastermind tor learning and 
remembering the names and faces of ail who pass through the halls of Milisaps, Sephers 
is a whole chapter in the annals of Milisaps history. 



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JANUARY 20, 1947 



VOLUME 49 



NUMBER 16 



(See page 3 for cover story) 











mm am officers 



President of the Senior Class, Lowry Rush graduated at mid-term and is now attending Ole Miss 
/Vedical School. While at Millsops, he played on the football team and served as Coach's assistant. He 
was also a member of Kappa Alpha. (And we might add, it was his wife who was chosen our Football 
Queen in '46-'47.) 

Charlie Wright, who serves as vice president of the group, is a member of Pi Kappa Alpha and is 
president of the B. S. U. He has been a member of many campus organizations and has served as an offi- 
cer in several of them. 

Where can we begin to name the honors Lee has achieved? She's in just about all the honoraries, 
many of the clubs, and has been president of many groups, chief among these being Beta Sig. Secretary- 
treasurer Lee has been a beauty more than once, is now Miss Millsaps, and is in Who's Who. 



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W S E H R 'UeoA 




. . . Was one of the most successful years of Millsaps, ending the first of June when many of its 
students pass down the aisle towards diplomas and t!ie end of college life. Seventeen graduated at mid- 
term and among them were the class president, Rush, and the star of Alpha Psi Omega hits, Mitchie 
Applewhite. 

Millsaps' post-war Homecoming was gala in spite of the showers that drenched all the floats in the 
parade and all the football fans and playe's. Despite the mud and rain, the Ma;ors come through with 
another victory for the Purple and White. The annual Millsaps-Mississippi College classic was one to be 
long remembered in our history, as the Majors defeated the Choctows 7-0 to break a decade's losing 
streak. 

Christmas and Mcintosh were honored as Little All-America football team members. 

Millsaps pledged $1000 to Soo Chow University and didn't stop till they had gone over the goal. 

Top Day come twice this year and saw leaders in all phases of campus life receive recognition 
for their work. 

Alpha Psi Omega and the Millsaps Players won laurels for such productions as "Dear Ruth" first 
semester and the one-act ploys second semester. Also along the dramatic line iif you can call it thath 
was the 1948 Varsity Show, "Once Over Lightly." This was the brainchild of Turnbough and Lehman, 
sponsored by Sigma Lambda. Stunt Night produced quite an array of amateur talent and humor to boot. 

Religious Emphasis Week in December and the Pre-Easter Services were high on the calendar of 
religious activities and featured outstanding speakers. 

In the music world, Andrew Goiney's appearance marked a Red Letter Day, for he is a former Millsaps 
student who hit the big-time like a veteran. 

The annual fraternity campus-wide dances — K A Black and White Boll; Lambda Chi's Purple, 
Green and Gold Ball; and Pikes' Cotton Ball were huge successes. Now the student body looks forward 
to the yearly Sig Barn Dance, which always spells a gay time. 

With comprehensives over, the Seniors have taken a new lease on life and eagerly await the 
awarding of the Sheepskin. 

Thus we close the diary of events for '47-'48 and look forward to even happier days to come. 



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LOIS ABEL ... Duck Hill, Miss. 
Vikings 

ROI ANDREWS ... Jackson, Miss. 
Pi Kappa Alpha 



CATHERINE ARMSTRONG . Jackson, Miss. 
Beta Sigma Omicron 

VIRGINIA BATTON . . Jackson, Miss. 
Chi Omega 



LOIS BENDING .... Laurel, Miss. 
Kappa Delta 

LEELA F. BERRYHILL , Greenwood, Miss. 
Beta Sigma Omicron 



JACK BISHOP . . Jackson, Miss. 

Kappa Alpha 

POLLY BIZZELL . . . Senatobia, Miss. 
Beta Sigma Omicron 



BETTY BREWER ... Terry, Miss. 

Chi Omega 

EDWARD BURCHFIELD . McCool, Miss. 
Lambda Chi Alpha 



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SEIIORS 



DEAN CALLOWAY . . Louisville, Miss. 
Pi Kappa Alpha 

BILL CARTER .... Lexington, Miss. 
Koppo Sigma 



KATHRYN CARVER Minter City, Miss. 

Beta Sigma Omicron 

MARY ELLEN CASE . . Jackson, Miss, 



RUTH CHANG . . Shanghai, China 

Vikings 

JOHN CHRISTMAS Vicksburg, Miss. 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon 



N. E. CLARKSON, JR. Jackson, Miss. 

Kappa Sigma 

PAT CLENDENNING , , Jackson, Miss. 
Pi Kappa Alpha 



VIRGINIA DARRACOTT Amory, Miss. 

Vikings 

ALDEN E. DAVIS . . . Coden, Ala. 
Kappa Alpha 



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DICK DEVER .... Jackson, Miss. 
Kappa Alpha 

MARY DUNAWAY . . Jackson, Miss. 

Chi Omega 



ETHEL EASTMAN . . . 

IDA FAE EMMERICH . 

Kappa Delta 



Belzoni, Miss. 
McComb, Miss. 



NELLE ENTREKIN . . . Ellisville, Miss. 
Phi Mu 



GLORIA FISHER 



Jackson, Miss. 



JERRY FORTINBERRY . Columbia, Miss. 

Kappa Sigma 

JANET FOX .... Jackson, Miss. 
Chi Omega 



BOBBIE GILLIS 



Philadelphia, Miss. 



TRULY GRAVES . . . Jackson, Miss. 
Chi Omega 



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SOIORS 



FRANCES GRAY . Waynesboro, Miss. 

Beta Sigma Omicron 

CARL GUERNSEY Indianapolis, Ind. 

Pi Kappa Alpha 



CLYDE H. G'JNN, JR. 



Meridian, Miss. 



BETTY CLARK HAMILTON Jackson, Miss. 
Phi Mu 



ED HARLAN , Jackson, Miss. 

Kappa Alpha 

AMANDA HATHORN Jackson, Miss. 

Kappa Delta 



W. J. HERM ... Beaumont, Tex. 

Pi Kappa Alpha 

CHARLES HOGUE . . . Eden, Miss. 
Kappa Sigma 



HECTOR S. HOWARD Jackson, Miss. 

Kappa Sigma 



JOYCE ISHEE 



Laurel, Miss. 



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JAMES KRESTENSEM . Ponfe Vedra Beach, 

Flo. 

CHARLES LEHMAN . . . Tupelo, Miss. 
Pi Kappa Alpha 



JAMES LONGINOTTI Durant, Miss. 

Kappa Alpha 

BILL LONGMIRE Utico, Miss. 

Kappa Alpha 



HENRY LUTRICK, JR. Florence, Miss. 

BOBBY MANTZ Brookhaven, Miss. 

Pi Kappa Alpha 



SUTTON MARKS . , Jackson, Miss. 

Pi Kappa Alpha 

GENE MIDDLETON . Yazoo City, Miss. 

Pi Kappa Alpha 



T. C. MILLER, JR. . . Jackson, Miss. 

Lambda Chi Alpha 



THOMAS E. MULLEN 



Jackson, Miss. 



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SEIIORS 



GEORGE McWILLIAMS Yazoo City, Miss. 

Pi Kappa Alpha 

NED O'BRIEN .... Jackson, Miss. 
Kappa Sigma 



JOYCE PATRICK Jackson, Miss. 

Phi Mu 

FRANCES PITTMAN Jackson, Miss. 

Vikings 



ANN PORTER Jackson, Miss. 

Chi Omego 

LOIS PULLEN . Aberdeen, Miss. 

Kappa Delta 



LEE RAILSBACK . . McComb, Miss. 

Kappa Sigma 

LENA MAE RAY . . . Chester, Miss. 

Vikings 



ROBERT O. RAY, JR. , . Eupora, Miss. 
Pi Kappa Alpha 



PAT REED 



Centreville, Miss. 



Vikings 



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LUCY ROBINSON . Jackson, Miss. 

Chi Omega 

H. LOWRY RUSH, JR. Meridian, Miss. 

Kappa Alpha 



HENRY C. RUSHING Baton Rouge, La. 

RUTH SHANKS . . . Jackson, Miss. 
Beta Sigma Omicron 



JOE B. SILLS . Jackson, Miss. 

Kappa Alpha 

CHARLES SOURS . . , Jackson, Miss. 
Kappa Alpha 



FAY STANDEFER . . . Jackson, Miss. 
Phi Mu 

JANE STEBBINS Jackson, Miss. 

Kappa Delta 



VAN STEWART . 
ANN STOCKTON 



Vicksburg, Miss. 
Aberdeen, Miss. 



Vikings 



WALTER STOKES . . Greenville, Miss. 
Kappa Alpha 

WILLIAM M. STOKES, JR. . McComb, Miss. 



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SEIIORS 



DELWIN THIGPEN 
YEWELL THOMPSON 



Meridian, Miss. 
Jackson, Miss. 



BROCK THORNHILL . . McComb, Miss. 
JAMES R. THORNHILL McComb, Miss. 



ALAN TURNBOUGH . Jackson, Miss. 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon 



MARY ANN TURNER 



Belzoni, Miss. 



JAMES M. WARD Monticello, Miss. 

Pi Kappa Alpha 

BRADFORD WELLS , St. Simon's Island, Ga. 
Pi Kappa Alpha 



MARVIN WHITE 
JULIA WILLIAMS 



Poplarville, Miss. 
Learned, Miss. 



CHARLES N. WRIGHT , , Bassfield, Miss. 
Pi Kappa Alpha 

WILLIAM LEE YOUNGBLOOD . Wesson, Miss. 



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JUNIOR CLASS OFFICES 



Master Major Wallace Russell added another laurel to his already full crown of glory with the Junior 
Class presidency. He is in Who's Who, president of the Pikes and of S. E. B., and is a member of O. D. K. 
There are other glories, too, but we must mention the other officers! 

John Atkins, our Junior Class vice-president, is one of our rising young ministers-to-be. In a few 
years, he'll probably be trying to convince Dr. Smith to retire so he can take over the job of trying to 
keep the student body happy with his ready smile. 

M.ary Anna ;Medlin) Underwood pulled a fast one and got married at Christmas, but that didn't 
deprive us of a secretary-treasurer for the Juniors. A member of Beta Sigma Omicron, Mary Ann is inter- 
ested in music and is president of the Beethoven Club. 



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September 1946 Libr#»^»'-"''""'°'"' 

EDUCATION 



VOLUME 67 



No. 1 



Can Professor Lundberg Save Us? 

Supervision of Student Teachers in Universities 

Democracy Demands Co-operative Living 

Vocational Guidance for Women 

English and Global Communication 

Stimulants for a Classic 

Geometry As a Natural Way of Thinking 

The Junior High School Today and Tomorrow 

Laboratories in Junior High School Grades 

Identical Errors Reveal Deception 

Assignment! Today 



Educator's Idealisn vj 

Costa Ricai E 
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A MAGAZINE DEVOTED to the SCIENCE, ART, 
PHILOSOPHY and LITERATURE of EDUCATION 




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AGATHA ADCOCK Jackson, Miss. 

Chi Omega 

GILBERT ALEXANDER Union, Miss. 

Sigma Nu 

ALBERT ALLEN , . . Brandon, Miss. 
Pi Kappa Alpha 



FRANK ALLEN , , , Jackson, Miss. 
Lambda Chi Alpha 



Dot Anger 



Vikings 



Greenville, Miss. 



GWENDOLYNE ARBUCKLE 

Charleston, Miss. 
Vikings 



JOHN ATKINS 
ADA MAE BAIN 



Columbus, Miss. 
Catchings, Miss. 
Macon, Miss. 



MARTIN BAKER . 

Kappa Alpha 



BILL BETHEA . . . Jackson, Miss. 
Kappa Sigma 

CAROL BLUMER Washington, Miss. 

Beta Sigma Omicron 

JEAN BOOZER . . . Boyle, Miss. 
Vikings 



ROSANNA BRADY Lafayette, Ind. 

Phi Mu 

LEONARD H. BRANDON Jackson, Miss. 
Kappa Sigma 

ROSALIND BUTLER . Jackson, Miss. 

Phi Mu 



MARY ANN CALDWELL . Jackson, Miss. 
Kappa Delta 

ANNIE RUTH CALLAHAN . Jackson, Miss. 
Phi Mu 

GORDON CARR Monticello, Miss. 

Kappa Sigma 



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BRUCE C. CARRUTH 



McComb, Miss. 



MERRITT CHANCE , Jackson, Miss. 

Pi Kappa Alpha 

BOWMAN CLARKE M.eridian, Miss. 

Barbarians 



TOM CLAY ... Tutwiler, Miss. 

Kappa Sigma 

BOBCONERLY . . . Ookvale, Miss. 

FAY CONLEE . Jackson, Miss. 

Kappa Delta 



W. E. COOK Canton, Miss. 

Kappa Alpha 

W. B. COOPER , , Camden, Miss. 

Pi Kappa Alpha 

MARY COWAN . Grenada, Miss. 

Beta Sigma Omicron 



BILLY CROUT 



Hattiesburg, Miss. 



G. WINSTON CUTRER . Magnolia, Miss. 
Kappa Alpha 

SARA GENE DECELL Jackson, Miss. 

Chi Omega ^^ 



BETTY DOSSETT Jackson, Miss. 

Chi Omega 

MARY OLIVE EUDY . . Eupora, Miss. 
Vikings 

JACK FERGUSON . Jackson, Miss. 



GENE FLEMING , Minter City, Miss. 

Kappa Sigma 

iFRANK FOWLER Jackson, Miss. 

Kappa Alpha 

iLANCE GOSS . . . Jackson, Miss. 



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RUIH GRAY Bay St. Louis, Miss. 

Chi Omega 

CLARENCE H. GREGORY Jackson, Miss. 
Kappa Sigma 

CLARISSA HALL Drew, Miss. 

Kappa Delta 



GEORGE HARDIN 




Meridian, 


Miss 


WILLIAM A. HARRIS 




Lula, 


Miss 


JEAN HAUGHTON 

Chi Omeg 


Jackson 
a 


Miss 


LOUISE HAVARD 

Vikin 


gs 


Lucedale, 


Miss 


CAROLYN HAYS 

Beta Sigma 


Duront 
Omicron 


Miss 


DREXEL R. HEATH 




Longview 


Miss 


MARY RUTH HICKS 




Louin, 


Miss 


G. S. HOLCOMB 




Jackson, 


Miss 


BOBBIE HOLDER . 




Louin, 


Miss 



JAMES S. HOLMES, JR. Jackson, Miss, 

Kappa Alpha 

CAROL HUTTO Jackson, Miss. 

Kappa Delta 

RALPH HUTTO Jackson, Miss. 

Pi Kappa Alpha 



JAY JACKSON 



Meridian, Miss. 



PRESTON L. JACKSON Laurel, Miss. 

Lambdo Chi Alpha 

HAROLD JAMES . Union, Miss. 

Lambda Chi Alpha 



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FRANCES JOHNSON Jackson, Miss. 

Vikings 



RUTH JOHNSON 



Union, Miss. 



Vikings 



V^/iLLIAM P. JOHNSON Jackson, Miss 
Lambda Chi Alpha 



ELIZABETH ANN LAMPTON 

Tylertown, Miss. 
Beta Sigma Omicron 



C. F. LANDRUM 



Taylorsville, Miss 

FRANK M. LEE Magnolia, Miss. 

Kappa Sigma 



DORIS LEECH . . . Smithville, Miss. 
Vikings 

SARAH MACHEN Albertville, Ala. 

Vikings 

GEORGE MADDOX McComb, Miss. 

Pi Kappa Alpha 



HENRY MAGEE Jackson, Miss. 

Kappa Sigma 

BiLLY MANN . Carthage, Miss. 

Kappa Sigma 

JERRY MAYO Pocahontas, Miss. 

Beta Sigma Omicron 



MARY ANNA MEDLIN Tippo, Miss. 

Beta Sigma Omicron 



LEONARD METTS 



Jackson, Miss. 



EDDIE MILLER Jackson, Miss. 

Lambda Chi Alpha 



JIMMY MINNIS 



Jackson, Miss. 



JIMMIE LOU MOORE . Nettleton, Miss, 
Vikings 

TURNER MORGAN . Jackson, Miss. 

Kappa Sigma 



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DOT MYERS Philadelphia, Miss. 

Beta Sigma Omicron 

DAVID MclNTOSH McComb, Miss. 

BILL NABORS . . . Oxford, Miss. 



CHARLES NAEF . . Jackson, Miss. 

Kappa Sigma 

JOHN NEILL Ellisville, Miss. 

Pi Kappa Alpha 

GENE NETTLES , Jackson, Miss. 

Barbarians 



JANE ELLEN NEWELL . Jackson, Miss. 
Beta Sigma Omicron 

WAYNE PERROTT . Summit, Miss. 

A. M. PHILLIPS . Lexington, Miss. 

Kappa Sigma 



OTIS PIGOTT . . , Meridian, Miss. 

F. W. PRICE . . . Meridian, Miss. 

SAMMIE PRICE . Philadelphia, Miss. 

Beta Sigma Omicron 



MIRIAM PROVOST Poplarville, Miss. 

Kappa Delta 

JESSE D. PUCKETT Jackson, Miss, 

Lambda Chi Alpha 

GILBERT PYLE , . , Meridian, Miss. 
Kappa Alpha 



JAMES RADFORD , Memphis, Tenn. 

Kappa Sigma 

MARGARET RAGLAND , Jackson, Miss. 
Chi Omega 

MIRIAM ROBERTS . , Jackson, Miss. 
Chi Omega 



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TOM ROBERTS . . Montrose, Miss. 
Kappa Sigma 

BARBARA ROBERTSON Jackson, Miss. 
Phi Mu 

WALLACE RUSSELL Saidis, Miss. 

Pi Kappa Alpha 



BETTY SANFORD Helena, A.-k. 

Beta Sigma Omicron 

CATHERINE SHUMAKER . Vicksburg, Miss. 
Vikings 

JOHN EFFIE SKINNER West Point, Miss. 
Beta Sigma Omicron 



ANNE SMITH Bay St. Louis, Miss. 

Phi Mu 



CARLOS J. SMITH 



Biloxi, Miss. 



H. B. TRIMBLE Jackson, Miss. 

Lambda Chi Alpha 



WILLIAM WEATHERSBY Jackson, Miss. 
Pi Kappa Alpha 

STEVE WHITEHEAD . West Point, Miss. 
Pi Kappa Alpha 



WILLIAM WINANS 



J. O. WOOD 



Canton, Miss. 



McComb, Miss. 



BILLY WRIGHT . Jackson, Miss. 

Pi Kappa Alpha 

JEAN WYNNE , Jackson, Miss. 

Vikings 



HENDRICK ZANDER Jackson, Miss, 

Pi Kappa Alpha 

MIKE MARTINSON Jackson, Miss. 

Kappa Alpha 

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That man-about-town Jim Bcirwick must have kissed all the babes to win this class presidency! 
Seriously speaking, this ex-Marine will probably prove to be a Southern Gentleman and a politician as 
well, if given a chance. (He's a K.A., if you didn't understand the previous remark.) 

Further proving the superiority ^numerical, anyway) of the mole at Millsaps, Lee Miers holds down 
the Sophomore vice-presidency. No matter how hard they try, Millsaps co-eds can't drag him away 
from his loyalty to the blonde at the University of Alabama. 

Too busy with her many duties, Dorris Liming couldn't make it to pose for the picture, but we'll for- 
give her 'cause she's so efficient in things that matter. She's a Beta Sig, secretary of Christian Council, 
and goodness knows what else. 



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THOMAS ABERNATHY, Jackson, Miss. . . . PATSY ABERNETHY, Kappa Delta, Pontotoc, Miss. . . . ROBERT AMASON, 
Kappa Alpha, Jackson, Miss. . . . WILLIAM APPLEBY, Eupora, Miss. . . . BETTY JOE ATWOOD, Koppa Delto, Monticello, 
Miss. . . . KARL AUSTIN, Jackson, Miss. . BILL BAKER, Koppa Alpha, Jackson, Miss. . . . CHARLES W. BARNETT, 

Kappa Alpha, Jockson, Miss. ... JIM BARWICK, Koppa Alpha, Braxton, Miss. . . . BARBARA BELL, Koppa Delta, 
Jockson, Miss. . . . MORAN BERBETTE, Koppa Sigma, Jackson, Miss. . . . ANNE BETHEA, Koppo Delta, Jackson, Miss. 
. . . HENRY C. BLOUNT, JR., Decatur, Miss. . . . C. B. BOADWEE, Koppa Alpha, Jackson, Miss. ... LEE BONNER, 
Pi Kappo Alpha, Jackson, Miss. . . . NEAL BOX, Koppo Sigma, Laurel, Miss. . . . DOUG BOYD, Koppa Sigmo, Jackson, 
Miss. . . . MARY VIRGINIA BOYLES, Rolling Fork, Miss. . . . FRANK O. BROWN, Lambda Chi Alpha, Lauderdale, Miss. 
. . . MIGNONNE BROWN, Beta Sigma Omicron, Jockson, Miss. . . . AUBREY BUCHANAN, Koppo Alpha, Long View, Texas. 

DEWEY BUCKLEY, Jackson, Miss. . . . CHARLES BUTLER, Pi Kappa Alpha, Jackson, Miss. . . . ARTHUR W. BUTTON, 
JR., Hermonville, Miss. . . . CAMPBELL C. CAUTHEN II, Koppo Alpho, Canton, Miss. . . . KENNETH CHARLES, Pi Koppo 
. EDWIN COLE, Sigma Alpha EpsJon, Aberdeen, Miss. . . . BETTY JUNE COLEMAN, Koppo 
LUCY COLLINS, Beta Sigma Omicron, Jackson, Miss. . . . ELAINE COMFORT, Beta Sigma 
. . WEIR CONNOR, Kappo Alpha, Jackson, Miss. . . . THOMAS C. COOPER, Ellisville, Miss. 
Mu, Hottiesburg, Miss. . . . FRANCES CROWTHER, Phi Mu, Yozoo City, Miss. . . . CORNELIA 
DeCELLE, Chi Omega, Jackson, Miss. . . . FAYE DeWEES, Beta Sigma Omicron, Jackson, Miss. . . . HAZEL DOBBS, Jackson, 
Miss. ... RAY DURRETT, Philadelphia, Miss. . . JOHN EGGER, Kappo Alpha, Meridian, Miss. . . . ANN FAIRLY, 

Chi Omega, Jackson, Miss. . . . FOSTER FANT, Lombdo Chi Alpha, Ciorksdole, Miss. . . . KENNETH FARMER, Wesson, 
Miss. . . . WINNIE FILES, Vikings, Jockson, Miss. . . . HENRY P. FOLWELL, Koppa Alpha, Jackson, Miss. . . . JOAN 
FOX, Chi Omega, Jackson, Miss. 



Alpha, Jackson, Miss. . 
Delta, Jackson, Miss. . . 
Omicron, Jackson, Miss. 
. . . NELL CRAFT, Phi 



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Buckley 
Butler 
Button 
Cauthen 



Charles 
Cole 

Coleman 
Collins 



Comfort 
Conner 
Cooper 
Craft 



Crowther 
DeCelle 
DeWees 
Dobbs 



Durrett 
Egger 

Fairly 
Font 



Former 
Files 
Folwell 
Fox 




Gregory 

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Jones 



^ke SOPHOMORES 



BEN FRANKLIN, Jackson, Miss. JOHN GADDIS, Pi Kappa Alpha, Jackson, Miss. BETTY GARBER, Beta Sigma 

Omicron, Jackson, Miss. GREER GEORGE, Kappa Alpha, Kosciusko, Miss. BILL GOODMAN, Kappa Alpha, 

Jackson, Miss. B. B. GRAVES, Kappa Alpha, Jackson, Miss. JUANITA GREGORY, Beta Sigma Omicron, Jackson, 

Miss. ROBERT HAMILTON, Pi Koppo Alpha, Jockson, Miss. WILLIAM HARDIN, Kappa Sigma, Jackson, Miss. . 

GEORGE HILL, Koppa Sigma, Jackson, Miss. HOWARD HILTON, Utico, M.iss MARY ELIZABETH HOLLAND, Kappa 

Delta, Jackson, Miss. HARRY W. HUTCHINS, Kopoa Alpha, Jackson, Miss. PHILIP IRBY, Kappa Sigma, Jackson, 

Miss. RODNEY JEFFRAYS, Kappa Alpha, Jackson, Miss. MARGIE JENKINS, Chi Omega, Jackson, Miss. 

CLAUDE JOHNSON, Kilmichael, Miss. FRED JOHNSON, Kappa Sigma, Jackson, Miss. JO ANN JOHNSTON, Phi 

Mu, Jackson, Miss. HELEN JOLLY, Kappa Delta, Vicksburg, Miss. AUDREA JONES, Phi Mu, Marks, Miss. 

WILLIAM R. JONES, JR., Pi Kappa Alpha, Jackson, Miss. TOM KEMP, Lambda Chi Alpha, Jackson, Miss. 

RICHARD KIMBROUGH, Kappa Sigma, Jackson, Miss. PAUL KING, Pi Kappa Aloha, Jackson, Miss. NANCY KNIGHT, 

Fhi Mu, Jackson Mi<s. . . ROY KCLB, Lambda Chi Alpha, Jackson, Miss. JOE LAWRENCE, Kappa Sigma, Jockson, 

Miss. MARTHA JEAN LEE, Phi Mu, Indianolo, Miss. VIRGINIA LEEP, Chi Omega, Jackson, Miss. MERT LEGLER, 

Chi Omega, Jackson, Miss. FANNIE BUCK LEONARD, Kappa Delta, Jackson, Miss. BEN LEWIS, Barbarians, Utica, 

M.iss. EARL LEWIS, Pi Kapoa Aloha, Jackson, Miss. DORRIS LIMING, Beta Sigma Omicron, Ashland, Miss. 

FRANCES LOFLIN, Chi Omega, Greenville, Miss. MIRIAM MARTIN, Beta Sigma Omicron, Carthage, Miss. W. G. 

MAY, Kappa Sigma, Ruleville, Miss. LEE MIERS, Koppa Sigma, Greenville. Miss. JEAN MONETTE, Beta Sigma 

Omicron, Jackson, Miss. BILL MYERS, Lambda Chi Alpha, Madden, Miss. JOHN McCARTY, Koppa Sigma, Gulf- 

port, Miss. QUITMAN McCRORY, Canton, Miss. RUBY ELLA McDONALD, Beta Sigma Omicron, Picayune, Miss. 

LAURA JEAN McKAY, Beta Sigma Omicron, Jackson, Miss. 



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Kemp 
Kimbrough 
King 



Knight 
Kolb 

Lawrence 
Lee 



Leep 
Legler 
Leonard 
Lewis, B. 



Lewis, E. 
Liming 
Loflin 
Martin 



May 

Miers 

Monette 

Myers 



McCarty 
McCrory 
McDonald 
McKay 




McKewen 

Patterson 

Rimmer 



McNeese 
Perkins 
Robbins 



Naef 
Prather 
Russell 



Norwood 
Purser 
Ryan 



Ozier 

Ratliff 

Sanderson 



Porker, A. 

Reeves 
Sappinton 



Parker, H. 

Ridgway 

Schuh 



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CURTIS McKEWEN, Jackson, Miss. BETTY McNEESE, Kappa Delta, Tinsley, Miss. . . RICHARD NAEF, Jackson, 

Miss. DOROTHY NORWOOD, Jackson, Miss. BETTY JEAN OZIER, Phi Mu, Kosciusko, Miss. ARCHIE PARKER, 

Columbus, Miss HERMAN PARKER, Lambda Chi Alpha, Hazelhursf, Miss. PAT PATTERSON, Louisville, Miss. . . . 

JOHN P. PERKINS, JR., Kappa Alpha, Jackson, Miss. . PATTI ANN PRATHER, Beta Sigma Omicron, Grenada, Miss. . . . 
MARY LYNN PURSER, Chi Omega, Jackson, Miss. . JAMES JULIUS RATLIFF, Kappa Alpha, Jackson, Miss. ERNEST 

P. REEVES, JR., Koppo Alpha, Jackson, Miss. WALLACE RIDGWAY, Pi Kappa Alpha, Bronx, New York. 

KATHRYN RIMMER, Canton, Miss. PATRICIA ROBBINS, Phi Mu, Edwards, Miss GENE RUSSELL, Pi Kappa Alpha, 

MARILYN SANDERSON, Kappa Delta, Laurel, Miss. MONTE 

Vikings, Jackson, Miss. 

JEAN SCOTT, Phi Mu, Raymond, Miss. LUCY SCOTT, Tylertown, Miss. RALPH SEGREST, Hattiesburg, Miss. 

RALPH SHOTTS, Kappa Alpha, Mendenhall, Miss. ROBERT SOCH, Lambda Chi Alpha, Fredonia, New York 

EMMA JEAN STANDIFER, Fhi Mu, Jackson, Miss. . . . DOT STIETENROTH, Chi Omega, Jackson, Miss. . . . MARIE STOKES, 
Chi Omega, Greenville, Miss. . . . WILLIAM SUTTLE, Kappa Sigma, Jackson, Miss. LEWIE TANNER, Kappa Sigma, Jack- 

son, Miss. MARY LEGRAND TENNANT, Kappa Delta, Jackson, Miss. CHARLES THOMAS, Kappa Sigma, Crystal 

Springs, Miss. GENEALA VAN VALKENBURGH, Vikings, Biloxi, Miss. . . , JESS H. WADE, Jackson, Miss. , . . 

HARRY R, WARREN, JR., Laurel, Miss. EVERETT R. WATTS, Sumroll, Miss. CONRAD WELKER, Kappa Sigma, 

Grenada, Miss. PAT WHITE, Mogee, Miss. , BETTYANNE WILLIAMS, Chi Omega, Greenville, Miss. . . . DUKE 

WILLIAMS, JR., Kappa Alpha, Yazoo City, Miss. . . JAMES WILLIAMS, JR., Pi Kappa Alpha, Jackson, Miss. 

JOYCE WILLIAMS, Beta Sigma Omicron, Osceola, Ark. . . . HOWARD YOUNGBLOOD, Meadville, Miss. . . . WESLEY 
YOUNGBLOOD, Meadville, Miss. 



Sardis, Miss. NELL RYAN, Vicksburg, Miss. 

SAPPINTON, Jackson, Miss. ANN SCHUH, 



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Stietenroth 
Stokes 



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Tanner 

Tennant 

Thomas 



Valkenburgh 

Wade 

Warren 

Watts 



Walker 
While 

WiKiams, B. 
Williams, D. 



Williams, Jcmes 
Williams, Joyce 
Youngblood, H. 
Youngblood, W. 



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FRGSHMil mSS OFFICERS 



Freshman class president Clay Lee doesn't let things bother him. Easy-going, heart-winning Cloy 
can be depended upon for fun and a good disposition. He's one of the Pike boys who hail from 
Laurel. 

A Jacksonian, Cecil Jenkins copped the vice-presidency of the freshman class. He heads the Kappa 
Alpha pledges and is a prominent pillar in the Millsaps Singers, too. 

Following in the footsteps of her graduate sister, Liz Ridgway believes in starting early to make 
a name for herself. She pledged Kappa Delta, and now holds down the secretary-treasurer's post for the 
frosh. 



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Barlow 



Barstow 
Bartlett 
Barton 



Beacham 

Beaird 

Beard 



Billings 

Blue 

Bonner 



Bonney 

Brent 

Brewer 



Bryant 
Bufkin 
Busby 



Burke 
Cage 
Calmes 



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Campbell 


Carmichael 


Cassity 


Caughran 


Clack 


Coleman 


Corley 


Cotten 


Davis 


Dement 


Dobbs 


Doty 


Dunlop 


Dunning 


East 


Estes 


Gibson 


Gould 


Graves 


Grubbs 



Coleman 
Dillon 

England 
Guion 



CHARLES ABRAHAM, Vicksburg, Miss. . . TIP ALLEN, JR., Kappa Alpha, Canton, Miss. . DORIS ANN BARLOW, 

Phi Mu, Greenville, Miss. BEVERLY BARSTOW, Vicksburg, Miss. BARBARA BARTLETT, Phi Mu, Greenwood, Miss. 

. WILLIAM D. BARTON, Rome, Georgia FRANCES ANNE BEACHAM, Chi Omega, Jackson, Miss. MITCHELL 

BEAIRD, Kappa Alpha, Jackson, Miss. DUDLEY BEARD, Pi Kappa Alpha, Yazoo City, Miss. PEGGY BILLINGS, 

Vikings, McComb, Miss. CHARLIE BLUE, Kappa Sigma, Louisville, Miss. PEGGY BONNER, Koppa Delta, Jackson, 

Miss. HENRY BONNEY, JR., Kappa Alpha, Jackson, Miss. MARY JANE BRENT, Phi Mu, Raymond, Miss. 

CHRISTINE BREWER, Phi Mu, Crystal Springs, Miss. JOHN BRYANT, Lambda Chi Alpha, Grenada, Miss. JOE 

BUFKIN, Kappa Alpha, Jackson, Miss. . . PATRICIA ANN BUSBY, Phi Mu, Berwyn, III. ROBERT BURKE, Koppa 

Sigma, Gulfport, Miss. . . ALICE CAGE, Vikings, Nitta Yuma, Miss. , JANIE CALMES, Chi Omega, Brooksville, Miss. 

JANE CAMPBELL, Vikings, Columbia, Miss. . ROBBY NELL CARMICHAEL, Vikings, Jackson, Miss. . TURNER 

CASSITY, Koppa Alpha, Jackson, Miss. JANE CAUGHRAN, Chi Omega, Tupelo, Miss. . JOHN MORGAN CLACK, 

Kappa Sigma, Lexington, Miss. ANNA COLEMAN, Beta Sigma Omicron, Ashland, Miss. . . BILL COLEMAN, Kappa 

Alpha, West Point, Miss. CAROLYN CORLEY, Chi Omega, Crystol Springs, Miss. JOHN COTTEN, Koppa Alpha, 

Columbus, Miss. BETTY JO DAVIS, Chi Omega, Jackson, Miss. BETTY ANN DEMENT, Kappa Delta, Jackson, 

Miss. . . OLLIE DILLON, JR., McComb, Miss. , . . WILLIAM V. DOBBS, Jackson, Miss. DOROTHY DOTY, Chi Omega, 

Jackson, Miss. . . BOBBY DUNLAP, Koppa Sigma, Batesville, Miss. SUE DUNNING, Kappa Delta, Jackson, Miss. 

. . . MILDRED EAST, Koppa Delta, Columbia, Miss. JAMES ENGLAND, Kappa Alpho, Jackson, Miss. , CAROLYN 

ESTES, Kappa Delta, Grenada, Miss . . . EDWARD L. GIBSON, Alligator, Miss. ARTHUR GOULD, Forest, Miss. . . 

WINSTON GRAVES, Canton, Miss. , . CLAUDE GRUBBS, Magee, Miss. , DORIS GUION, Phi Mu, Bentonio, Miss. 

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Hobgood 



Holston 

Howorth 

Hubbard 



Hudson 

Hudspeth 

Hughes 



Hughes 

Hunt 

Hutchinson 



Hutchinson 

Jenkins 

Johnston 



Jones 

Kern 

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Martin 


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McCoy 


Mclnturff 


McMahon 


McQuirter 


Nelson 


Norton 


Norwood 


Oakes 


O'Callaghan 


Pearson 


Phillips 



DOUGLAS HAMMOND, Kappa Sigma, Holly Springs, Miss. JAMES HANCOCK, Jackson, Miss. PENELOPE 

HARDY, Vikings, Thomoston, Georgia . . ERNEST HARRISON, JR., Jackson, Miss. ROBERT HATHORN, Kappa 

Sigma, Jackson, Miss. RUSSELL HOBGOOD, Jackson, Miss. WILTON HOLSTON, Wiggins, Miss. LENORA 

HOWORTH, Jackson, Miss. DOT HUBBARD, Vikings, Forest, Miss. LAVONNE HUDSON, Sumrall, Miss. 

CHARLES HUDSPETH, Koppo Alpha, Jackson, Miss. ENOCH HUGHES, Kappa Alpha, Meridion, Miss. VIRGINIA 

HUGHES, Phi Mu, Jackson, Miss. , BRUNNER HUNT, Pi Koppo Alpho, Hottiesburg, Miss. HARRY HUTCHINSON, 

Vicksburg, Miss. MARY EVELYN HUTCHINSON, Kappa Delta, Magnolia, Miss. CECIL JENKINS, Kappa Alpha, 

Jackson, Miss. EDMUND JOHNSTON, Jackson, Miss, CREATH JONES, Beta Sigma Omicron, Jackson, Miss. . . 

BETTY LOU KERN, Chi Omega, Louise, Miss. BETTY LANCASTER, Louisville, Miss. 

LINDA LANGDON, Vikings, Jackson, Miss. . . . FRANCES LATHAM, Chi Omega, Jackson, Miss. . . . CLAY LEE, Pi Ko-po 
Alpho, Lourel, Miss. MORRIS LIMING, Koppo Sigma, Ashland, Miss. DOROTHY JEAN LIPHAM, Beta Sigma Omi- 

cron, Jackson, Miss , FAY ALLAN LOSSING, Koppo Alpha, Jackson, Miss. . , , YANCEY LOTT, Kilmichoel, Miss. 

ERNEST MAGRUDER, Koppo Alpha, Jackson, Miss. PAT MARCUM, Vikings, Jockson, Miss. LAMAR MARTIN, 

Jayess, Miss. MARY ALICE MOSS, Vikings, Roleigh, Miss. , FAYE McALILLY, Shelby, Miss. LINDA McCLUNEY, 

Vikings, Houston, Miss. INEZ McCOY, Vikings, Wolnut, Miss. YVONNE MclNTURFF, Vikings, McComb, Miss. 

W. A. McMAHON, Rome, Miss. LAMAR McQUIRTER, Winono, Miss. HAROLD NELSON, Kappa Sigma, Greenville, 

Miss. EDWARD NORTON, Koppo Sigma, Meridian, Miss, SHIRLEY NORWOOD, Jockson, Miss. PATSY 

OAKES, Kappa Delta, Jackson, Miss. ANN O'CALLAGHAN, Vikings, Pontotoc, Miss. DON PEARSON, Pi Koppo 

Alpha, Jackson, Miss. POLLY PHILLIPS, Chi Omega, Holly Bluff, Miss. 



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Stewart 


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Toland 


Turner, P. 


Turner, R. 


Unger 


Landingham 


Walton 


Williams 


Williams, R. 


Williams, T. 


Wills 


Woods 


Woodward 


Wren 


Youngblood 



RALPH PORTER, Koppo Alpha, Jackson, Miss. . ELLA GUY PRINCE, Beta Sigma Omicron, Lumberton, Miss. W. 

M. QUINN, Birmingham, Ala. . . . BILLY RAGSDAIE. Kappa Sigma, Holly Springs, Miss. EMMADEAN RANKIN, Chi 

Omega, Canton, Miss. EVA RATLIFF, Jackson, Miss. GEORGE RATLIFF, Kappa Alpha, Jackson, Miss, LINDA 

RHYMES. Chi Omega, Monticello, Miss. ELIZABETH RIDGWAY, Kappa Delta, Jackson, Miss. PATRICIA RIFE, 

Vicksburg, Miss. JIMMY ROBERTS, Barbarians, Mogee, Mss, THOMAS S. ROBERTSON, JR., KaoDo Alpha, Jackson, 

Miss. HUBERT ROBINSON, Burnsville, Miss. . SUE ROBINSON, Beta Sigma Omicron, Clarksdale, Miss. 

KATHRYN RUNGE, Koppo Delta, Jackson, Miss. TOM SANFORD, Kappa Sigma, Jackson, Miss. . . . BILLY SAULS, 

Vikings, Jackson, Miss. ONEE SCOTT, Vikings, Tylertown, Miss. BILL SELAH, Kappa Aloha, Jackson, Miss. 

DORIS SHARRON, Phi Mu, Jackson, Miss. FRANK SIMPSON, Koppo Sigma, Flora,' M.iss. ' 

Yvonne Singleton, Forest, Miss, CAROLYN SLATER, Vikings, Jackson, Miss. NOLA JEAN SPEIGHTS, Beta Sigma 

Omicron, Carthage, Miss. MARGARET SPENGLER, Texorkano, Ark. PARKS STEWART, Pi Koppo Alpha, Tupelo, 

Miss. . . . GENE SWARTHOUT, Koppo Delta. Poscagoulo, Wiss. . HARMON TILLMAN, Kappa Sigma, Winona, Miss 

FRED TOLAND, Pritchord, Ala. POTEAT TURNER, Koppo Alpha, Jackson, Miss. RICHARD TURNER, Pi Koppo 

Alpha, Jackson, Miss. LANGDON UNGER, Kappa Alpha, West Point, Miss. BETTYE VAN LANDINGHAM, Phi 

Mu, Shelby, Miss. ROBERT WALTON, Pi Kaopo Alpha. Poplarville, Miss. BETTY ANN WILLIAMS, Chi Omego, 

Canton, Miss. RUDOLPH WILLIAMS, Koppo Alpha, Jackson, Miss. THOMAS WILLIAMS, Kappa Sigma, Jackson, 

Miss. BILL WILLS, Koppo Alpha, Jackson, Miss. ANN ELIZABETH WOODS, Phi Mu, Holly Springs, Miss. 

JACK WOODWARD, Louisville, M.iss. BETTY SUE WREN, Kappa Delta, Vicksburg, Miss. BENNIE YOUNGBLOOD, 

Meodviile, Miss. 



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BEAUTIES 



MISS JOANN JOHNSTON 




MISS BETTY CLARK HAMILTON 




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Number Two Beauty: 

MISS LEELA FRANCES BERRYHILL 



BEAUTIES 




MISS TRULY GRAVES 




MISS MARGARET RAGLAND 




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Number Three Beauty: 
MISS BETTY DOSSETT 



BEAUTIES 



MISS LINDA RHYMES 




MRS. EVELYN MADDOX 





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MISS GENE SWARTWOUT 



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MISS CAROLYN CORLEY 




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NEW RUSSIA NUMBER 





Top Rov/: Left to Right: Bending, Berryhill, Clarke, Goss, Guernsey, Gunn Middle Row: Hutto, 

Houghton, Lampton, V.addox, Mcintosh, McWillioms Bottom Row: Noef, O'Brien, Reed, Roberts, 

Ru££e!l, Thigpen. 



STUDEIT EXECUTIVE BOARD 

THEY GOVERN BY THE PEOPLE AND FOR THE PEOPLE 



OFFICERS 



WALLACE RUSSELL . . 

DAVID MclNTOSH . . 

LEELA FRANCES BERRYHILL . 



President 

Vice-President 

Secretary-Treasurer 



Our student government is composed of this choice group who bear well the burden of gov- 
erning the affairs of the students. Their main headache comes from planning and regulating the complete 
calendar of the year's events. In short, they're the "big shots" who watch over each of us, from the 
greenest freshman to the oldest football player! 



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11 E I ' S C U I n L 



THEY 



PROTECT 



OUR 



WEAKER 



ONES 



OFFICERS 

ELIZABETH ANN LAMPTON 

JANET FOX 

ANN STOCKTON 

BETTY JEAN OZIER 

MRS. COOPER, MRS. MASSEY, M.RS. STONE 



President 

. Vice-President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 

Faculty Sponsors 



This group is the co-ed's governing body. It strives to strike a happy medium between the girls and 
the faculty. The council is composed of a representative from each sorority, the YVVCA, and the Majorette 
Club. Of chief concern to co-eds, they decide which nights will be "late nights" and how late they 
shall be. 




Top Row; Left to Right: Fox, Lampton, Medlin, Ozier 



Bottom Row; Reed, Sanderson, Stockton. 



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7^ B B A S 



EDITORIAL STAFF 

MIRIAM ROBERTS Editor 

BETTY CLARK HAMILTON Assistant Editor 

BETTY JUNE COLEMAN Art Editor 

BILL GOODMAN . . . Literary Edito- 

GLORIA FISHER . Publicity Editor 

MIKE MARTINSON Boys' Sports Editor 

PENNY HARDY Girls' Sports Editor 

WEIR CONNOR, TURNER 

MORGAN ^ ^ Snapshot Editors 

MARGARET RAGLAND Class Editor 

FRANCES ANNE BEACHAM 

Organizations Editor 



CHRISTINE BREWER 



Typing Editor 



EDITOR ROBERTS 



Staff Members: Bain, Callahan, George, 
Gregory, Lipham, Prather, Hall, Pullen, Doty, 
Bonner, Craft, Knight, Wright, Graves, Stan- 
difer, Bartlett, Robertson, Hughes, Sharron, 
Ozier, Houghton, Crowther, Bethea, Caufhen, 
Atwood, Cowan, Martin, Turner, Leonard, 
Phillips, East, Robinson, Mantz, Dossett, 
Davis, Johnson, Busby, Comfort, Shanks, 
Moore. 



ASSISTANT EDITOR HAMILTON 



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H E I il /(W 
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BUSINESS STAFF 

JACK BISHOP Business Manager 

JERRY FORTINBERRY Assistant Business Manager 




BUSINESS MANAGER BISHOP 



The Bobashela, the Millsaps College yearbook, is a student publication under the faculty sponsorship 
of Dr. Ross Moore. After months of collecting lists of organization membership, holding elections, get- 
ting pictures made, identifying people, doing litera.'y work, and getting it all typed, the Bobashela went 
to press. Much hair was pulled out by the roots and many people narrowly missed the wrath of editor or 
staff heads in the struggle to meet deadlines. But in the long run, everything came out all right and the 
staff found they lived up to the meaning of the name Bobashela . . . they became "good friends." 




ASSISTANT BUSINESS 
MANAGER FORTINBERRY 



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7^e PURPLE cmd WHITE 



OFFICERS 



CARL GUERNSEY, RALPH HUTTO 
SUTTON MARKS, JERRY FORTINBERRY 
RALPH HUTTO, DICK DEVER . . . 



Editors-in-Chiet 

Business Managers 

Associate Editors 



Joyce Ishee, News Editor; Cris Hall, Feature Editor,- Sam Newell, Sports Editor; Ernestine Crisler, So- 
ciety Editor; Jean Monette, Proof Editor; Jerry Fortenberry, Jim Barwick, Assistant Business Managers; 
Jean Wynne, Circulation Editor; Weir Conner, Copy Editor. 



In the south basement of the hbrory, these future journalists can be found putting all the latest 
news into print, along with outstanding features and the gossip of the Finger of Scorn and the Classified 
Ads. Editor Carl Guernrey had a doubly hard job this year as the paper was returned to its pre-war 
v^eekly status, but was well aided by assistants Ralph Hutto and Dick Dever and a capable staff. Sutton 
(V.arks, in his second year as business manager, made the paper pay for itself. And so a "finger" at the 
Purple and White for being a successful campus favorite! 




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NEWS REPORTERS: Frances Anne Beacham, Ann O'Callaghan, Foy Conlee, Frances Johnson, Gene 
Nettles, Monte Soppington, Elizabeth Yerby. 

FEATURE WRITERS: Gene Antly, Lee Baker, Rosonna Brady, Turner C a s s i t y, Campbell Cauthen, 
Mildred East, Ruth Gray, Osborne Guion, Pat Reed, Julia Williams, Charles Wright. 

SPORTS WRITERS: Thomas Guion, Jim McDowell. 

TYPISTS: Lee Baker, Carol Blumer, Mignonne Brown, Ann O'Callaghan, Jane Caughran, Elaine Com- 
fort, Frances Johnson, Helen Jolly, Bette McNeese, Barbara Robertson, Ruth Shanks, Mary Ann Turner, Eliza- 
beth Yerby. 

PHOTOGRAPHERS: Bill Clayton, Mike Martinson, Turner Morgan. 

BUSINESS STAFF: Betty Jo Atwood, Katherine Ca'ver, Jane Caughran, Frances Crowther, Billy Jacobs, 
Bobby M.antz, Miriam Martin, Linda McCluney, Betty Jean Ozier, Patti Ann Prather, Billy Prince, M.arvin 
Wiggins, Elizabeth Yerby. 



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M I L L U P S S I I G E R S 



NIGHTINGALES 



I N 



PURPLE 



AND 



WHITE 



Again this year "Pop" King and his hard practicing array of singers gave the school a Glee Club of 
which it was justly proud. The perfection of their performance proved the value of those early morning, 
all afternoon, and half the night practice sessions. However, they were well rewarded with several trips, 
some of the experiences of which will never be forgotten. Once more the Singers lived up to their old 
tradition of being the best in the land. 

OFFICERS 

LEONARD METIS President 

DAVID MclNTOSH Vice-President 

MARILYN SANDERSON Secretary 

RICHARD NAEF Treasurer 

JEAN HAUGHTON Reporter 



First Tenor 

Aziin, Jimmy 
Boker, Wm. 
Billings, Robert 
Folwell, Harry 
Goodsell, Arthur 
Hudson, Dale 
Jordon, Leonard 
Key, Donald 
Starky, Carroll 
Word, James 
Welker, Conrad 
Young blood, Bennie 
Young blood, William 



Second Tenor 

Barlcw, Hubert 
Beard, Dudley 
Conner, Weir 
Holston, Wilton 
Lehman, Charles 
McKee, Curtiss 
Metts, James L. 
Pearson, Don 
Powell, Joe 
Roy, Bob 
Smith, Calvin 
Stokes, William 
Toland, Fred 



MEMBERS 

William, James Albert 

First Bass 
Allen, Sam 
Alsworth, Selby 
Amason, Robert 
Andrews, Roi 
Bonney, Henry 
Brandon, Leonard 
Crisler, William 
Grout, William 
Fryant, Gilbert 
George, Greer 
Hudspeth, Charles 
Jenkins. Cecil 



Lee, Cloy 
Long mi re, William 
Mcintosh, David 
Prouty, Charles 
Ridgway, Wallace 
Seloh, William 
Turner, Poteat 
Wiggers, Charles 
Wright, Billy 

Second Bass 
Bingham, Charles 
Carr, John 
Carruth, Bruce 
Flemming, Gene 



Gandy, John 
Hothorn, Robert 
Metts, Leonard 
McEwen, Fred 
Naef, Richard 
Nettles, Gene 
Porter, Ralph 
Price, Floyd 
Roberts, James 
Scott, George 
Wills, Williom 



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First Aito 

Attwood, Betty Jo 
Borlow, Doris 
Blumer, Carol 
Bonner, Peggy 
Broun, Carole 
Brent, Mary 
Colmes, Jonie 
Comfort, Elaine 
Dossett, Betty 
Dunning, Sue 
Hubbard, Dot 
Leech, Doris 
Leonard, Fannie 
Liming, Dorris 

Second Alto 
Billings, Peggy 
Boozer, Jean 
Boyles, Mary 
Conlee, Fay 
Dement, Betty 
Doty, Dorothy 
Entrekin, Mary Nell 
Hathorn, Amanda Ruth 
Houghton, Jean 
Martin, Miriam 
Newell, Jane 
Rotcliff, Eva 
Ridgway, Elizabeth 



MEMBERS 



Sanderson, Marilyn 
Lompton, Elizabeth 
Leep, Virginia 
Legler, Mert 
Singleton, Yvonne 
Stietenroth, Dorothy 
Wren, Betty Sue 

First Soprano 
Applewhite, Ruth 
Borstow, Beverly 
Davis, Betty Jo 
Decelle, Sarah Gene 
Hardy, Penelope 
Holland, Mary Elizabeth 
Hutto, Carol 
Jenkins, Marcie D. 
Knight, Nancy 
Longdon, Linda 
Moss, Mary Alice 
Mclnturff, Yvonne 
Monette, Jean 
Provost, Miriam 
Runge, Kathryn 
Scott, Jean 
Scott, Lucy 
Stokes, Marie 
Wolker, Evelyn 

Second Soprano 
Abernethy, Patsy 




Ammons, Ann 
Busby, Pat 
Brewer, Betty 
Chang, Ruth 
Crowther, Frances 
Eudy, Mary Olive 
Fox, Joan 

Hamilton, Betty Clark 
Johnson, Frances 
McDonald, Ruby Ella 



McKoy, Louro Jean 
Purser, Mary Lynn 
Rhymes, Lynda 
Slater, Carolyn 
Stondefer, Fay 
Stebbins, Jane 
Wedig, Ruth 
Yerby, Elizabeth 





Top Row: Left to Right: Abernethy, Bortlett, Billings, Brewer, Buckley, Carver, Chang Second Row: 

Charles, Corley, Crout, Crowther, Darracott, Davis, Howarth . . . Third Row: Hudson, Lee, Liming, Mcln- 
turff, Medlin, Metts, Moss - Bottom Row: Prince, Ray, Robinson, L. Scott, O. Scott, Speights, Turner, 

Williams. 



B E E T H I E ^ L y B 



MUSIC 



MASTERS 



"PAR 



EXCELLENCE 



OFFICERS 

MARY ANNA MEDLIN President 

BILLY CROUT Vice-President 

MARTHA JEAN LEE Recording Secretary 

DEWEY BUCKLEY Corresponding Secretary 

DORRIS LIMING ... Treasurer 

JOE MAJURE Publicity Chairman 

M.RS. ROBERTS . . . . Sponsor 



This is a uniting group for those students who are musically inclined. Their meetings are characterized 
by programs from their own talent, and the delicious refreshments which accompany good listening hove 
that certain "come hither" appeal. 



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7^^ B il I D 



DONALD KEY 
BILLY CROUT . 
JERRY MAYO 
JULIAN PRINCE 



OFFICERS 



President 

Vice-President 

Secretary-Treasurer 

Reporter 




THEY BRING OUT THE SPIRIT IN FOOTBALL FANS 



After lapse of several years during the war, Millsaps' musical life has been rejuvenated by the re- 
organization of the bond. The quality of the band as a whole is found in the excellence of its members, 
and in the expression of good music eminating from the many instruments. 





Top Row: Left to Right: Allen, Boker, Carter, Goodman, Guernsey, Hutto 
Moddox, Nobors, Nettles, Norwood, Rati iff. 



Bottom Row: Lipham, 



D E B i T G CLUB 

THEY ARGUE FOR BREAKFAST. DINNER AND SUPPER 



Many of the best speakers and thinkers of the school ore found in the most active organizations. From 
this group come the debate teams that represent Millsaps in inter-collegiate "squabbles," and they do 
mighty well, too. The debaters work long and hard, but oddly enough seem to enjoy it. 



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Top Row: (Left to Right): Maddox, Liming, Carter, Blount, Clarke Middle Row: Emmerich, Goodman, 

Guernsey, Lehman, Mcintosh Bottom Row: Roberts, Russell, Stockton, Thigpen, Wright, Zander. 



CHRISTUI COUHIL 

OUR GUIDING LIGHT IN RELIGIOUS EMPHASIS 



OFFICERS 

GEORGE MADDOX President 

BILL JONES . Vice-President 

DORRIS LIMING Secretary 

BILL CARTER Treasurer 

DR. FLEMING, DR. RIECKEN, DR. SMITH, 
"-..: PROF. WROTEN Faculty Advisors 

The Christian Council is the organization that sponsors all religious activities on the campus. Through 
its efforts, the character of the Millsaps student is guided along the right path. Highlights on the year's 
calendar were the highly successful Religious Emphasis Weeks and the Christian Student Fellowship Drive. 

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M 1 1 1 n E R 1 U L E 1 G II G 



FUTURE LEADERS 



T O 



SPIRITUAL REALMS 



OFFICERS 




DELWIN THIGPEN JR 


President 


JOHN SUTPHIN 


Vice-President 


FRANK BROWN 


Secretary-Treasurer 


DR. FLEMING 


Counselor 


JAMES S. CONNER, JIM WROTEN, DR. SMJTH 


. Advisors 



In this versatile group of future ministers we find many of tfie campus leaders. They not only head 
the student body in religious activities but also display remarkable zeal in all fields. Maddox and Mc- 
intosh are two shining examples of the fact that our ministerial students con do more than preach. 



Top Row: Left to Right: Atkins, Appleby, Blount, Brown, Conerly, Charles, Clarke, Hudson Second 

Row: Harris, Holston, Johnson, Lee, Liming, Mcintosh, Miller, Martin Third Row: Maddox, McCrory, 

Parker, Porter, Price, Perrott, Russell, Stokes, Stewart Bottom Row: Toland, Tillman, Thigpen, 

Woodward, Watts, White, B. Youngblood, W. L. Youngblood, W. Youngblood. 




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7^ W E S I E Y i I 



YOUNG METHODISTS AT WORK 

Made up of the interested Methodist students, this somewhat new organization has started great 
strides. It sponsors many activities which are carried out by the students themselves. Two of the projects 
included in their curriculum ore the distribution of the student magazine Motive and the selection of sum- 
mer caravan members. 



OFFICERS 

HENRY BLOUNT President 

FRANCES GRAY Vice-President 

ANN STOCKTON Secretary 

WALLACE RUSSELL Treasurer 

BOBBIE GILLIS Program Chairman 

ANNA COLEMAN Publicity Chairman 

DR. And MRS, STURDIVANT Counselors 






Page 



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GROUP 



MEMBERS 



Abernethy, Patsy 
Appleby, William 
Arbuckle, Gwendolyn 
Barlow, Doris Ann 
Barlow, Hubert Lee 
Barstow, Beverly 
Bending, Lois 
Billings, Peggy 
Billings, Robert 
Blount, Henry 
Boyles, Mary Virginia 
Brewer, Christine 
Chang, Ruth 
Fleming, Dr. Bond 
Gray, Frances 



Gillis, Bobbie 
Guion, Doris 
Harris, Billy 
Hays, Carolyn 
Holston, Wilton 
Howard, Louise 
Hubbard, Dot 
Hudson, Lavonne 
Hunt, Brunner 
Johnson, Claude 
Johnson, Frances 
Myers, Marjorie 
Neill, John 
Powell, Joe 
Rondle, Charles 



Rife, Patricia 
Rimmer, Kathryn 
Russell, Wallace 
Scott, Lucy 
Scott, Onie 
Singleton, Yvonne 
Stockton, Ann 
Turner, Mary Ann 
Watts, Everette 
Coleman, Anno 
Conerly, Bob 
Crout, £illy 
Crowther, Frances 
Emmerich, Ida Foe 
Estes, Carolyn 



Felder, Carl 
Jones, Audrea 
Jones, Bill 
Kotzes, Robert 
Leech, Doris 
Liming, Dorris 
Martin, Lomor 
McCluney, Linda 
Williams, Julia 
Woods, Ann Elizabeth 
Yerby, Elizabeth 
Young blood, Bennie 
Young blood, Howard 
Young blood, Wesley 
Youngblood, William Lee 





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Top Row: (.Left to Rightc Russell, Carter, Crout, Egger Bottom Row: Harris, Hutto, Neill, Nettles. 



A N 



1. M. 0. A. 



INSPIRATiON 



T O 



EVERYONE 



OFFICERS 

WALLACE RUSSELL ... President 

BILL JONES Vice-President 

JOHN WOFFORD Secretary-Treasurer 

DR. N. B. FLEMING, REV. J. D. WROTEN Advisors 

The cabinet is a group of select YMCA personalities who officially and unofficially run the Y. The 
Campus Handbook and Vespers, sponsored jointly with the YW, are just a couple of their worthwhile 
activities. Their programs are varied and interesting. Important this year was the formation of a Hospitality 
Club within the Y. 



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\. W. C. 1. 

THEY SPREAD CHEER ON THE CAMPUS AND OFF 



OFFICERS 

ANN STOCKTON 

LOIS BENDING 

FRANCES GRAY 

IDA FAE EMMERICH 

MRS. H. P. STURDIVANT, MRS. N. B. FLEMING 



President 
Vice-President 
Secretary 
Treasurer 
Sponsors 



One of the most worthwhile organizations, the Y has added much to campus life. Notable among 
their achievements are the annual parties for the orphans, which are always a big success; the Social 
Mixer for the frosh when school begins; interesting and timely programs. Together with the YM, they put 
out the helpful Handbook and sponsor Vespers each evening. 



Top Row: [Left to Right); Stockton, Bending, Gray, Emmerich, Abernethy, Bain 
Gillis, Lampton, Leonard, Liming, Medlin, Ozler. 



Bottom Row: Chang, 




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Top Row: Left to Right: Wright. Lee, Miller, Shotts, Conlee, Coleman Middle Row: Stebbins, Bonner, 

Minn is, Puckett, Enst, Abel Bottom Row' Mnntz, McNeese, Cooper, Nettles, Liphom, Ookes. 

BAPTIST STUDEH OlOi 

IN UNION THERE IS STRENGTH 

OFFICERS 

CHARLES WRIGHT President 

MARTHA JEAN LEE First Vice-President 

TOMMY BOSWELL Second Vice-President 

EDWARD MILLER Third Vice-President 

CARROLL STARKEY Secretary 

RALPH SHOTTS Treasurer 

PROF. ROBINSON Faculty Advisor 

A week never passes without the notice on the bulletin board of the B. S. U.'s meeting. This organiza- 
tion for Baptist students helps to orientate Baptist freshmen. Organized as a sister group to the Metho- 
dists' Wesleyan Group and offering fellowship and inspiration to the Baptists, this is really a fine organiza- 
tion which practices its preachings. 

Page 92 



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i I T E R B l' R Y CLUB 



THE 



U P 



AND 



COMING 



EPISCOPAL 



GROUP 



OFFICERS 

CHARLES LEHMAN President 

JOHN CADDIS Vice-President 

BETTY CLARK HAMILTON Secretary 

FANNY BUCK LEONARD Treasurer 

MR. RUSSELL Sponsor 



The Canterbury Club is a college organization of Episcopal students, founded on worship, study, 
service, giving, unity, and evangelism. The Millsaps chapter is associated with St. Andrew's Parish. Al- 
though a young group on the Millsaps campus, being first'organized in 1946 with Bill Maute as president, 
the Canterbury Club is fast making itself a vital, active, firmly established tradition. 



Top Row: Left to Right: Armstrong, Batten, Berbette, Charles, Dossett, Fowler, Goddis Middle Row: 

B. Graves, T. Graves, B. Hamilton, R. Hamilton, Jetfrays, Latham, Lehman . , . Bottom Row: Leonard, 

Monette, Rooland, Robi"son, Sanford, Stie'erroth, Willicms. 




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Top Row; Left to Right: Anger, Case, Chance, Cunningham, Darracott Middle Row: Leep, Morcum, 

Marks, Metts, O'Brien Bottom Row: Railsback, Sours, Thompson, WiMioms, Wills, Zander. 



DISCIPLE FELLOWSHIP CLUB 

ONE FOR ALL AND ALL FOR ONE 

OFFICERS 

HENDRICK ZANDER President 

MARY ELLEN CASE Vice-President 

VIRGINIA DARRACOTT Secretary-Treasurer 

This is the newest of the religious groups on the campus. It is composed of students of the Christian 
Church, who in their second year hove set quite a record. Notable among their worthy accomplishments 
is the founding of a Sunday School class for college students. 



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Top Row: Leff to Right: O'Brien, Bishop, Carter 



Bottom Row: Maddox, Russell. 



OMICROi DELTA KlPPl 



THOSE TO WHOAA HONOR 



DUE 



OFFICERS 

NED O'BRIEN ... ... 

PROF. FERGUSON, DR. MOORE, DR. SMITH, 
DR. WHARTON 



President 



Faculty Members 



When you see the flash of that gold key, you know that he is really a "Big Man on the Campus." 
That means he is a true leader in scholarship, athletics, and all types of activities. The national organiza- 
tion was founded at Washington and Lee University in 1914. 



Poge 96 



S 1 d M 1 



L A lU B D it 



CAMPUS 



PROBLEMS 



ARE 



THEIR 



MEAT 



OFFICERS 

LEELA FRANCES BERRYHILL President 

ANN PORTER Vice-President 

LOIS BENDING Secretary-Treasurer 

MIRIAM ROBERTS Historian 

MRS. COBB, M.RS. GOODMAN, M,RS. STONE . . Faculty M,embers 



With o characteristic of being able to handle any problem and handle it well, Sigma Lambda has 
done nobly. It recognizes student leadership in scholarship and in the various activities of the school. To 
be tapped into Sigma Lambda is the highest honor that can be received by o Millsaps co-ed in the scope 
of honorary organizations. 



Top Row: Left to Right; Bending, Berryhill, Hamilton 



Bottom Row; Porter, Roberts, StQcl<ton. 




Poge 97 



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WHO'S WHO in \n\\ui 

Qoileaei- <mJl 1i nlue^iMtieA- 



THE CHOSEN AMONG OUR LEADERS 



The true campus leaders are found in this hmited and quite select group. One must 
be "tops" in almost every field of the school to attain the honor of membership in Who's 
Who. Here is an enviable rev^ord to the deserving leaders of the year on the campus. 



Top Row: Left to Right: Bending, Berryhill, Bishop, Fisher, Guernsey, Hamilton 
Lampton, Madclox, O'Brien, Russell, Stockton. 



Bottom Row; Jackson, 




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Top Row: Left to Right: Goss, R. Hutto, C. Hutto, Blumer, Eostman 

Mayo, Nettles, Ray. 



Bottom Row: Fortinberry, Gunn, 



ALPHA P S I OMEGA 



BARRYMORE 



HAS 



NOTHING 



O N 



THEM 



OFFICERS 

LANCE GOSS President 

RALPH HUTTO Vice-President 

CAROL HUTTO Secretary-Treasurer 

PROF. HARDIN, DR. WHITE Faculty Sponsors 



Alpha Pi of Alpha Psi Omega proved anew its tradition of being one of the most active honoraries 
on the campus. Led valiently by "Sir Lance" Goss, thsse stars of the stage provided the school with dra- 
matic performances of excellent quality. This organization should well be applauded for discovering and 
improving the dramatic talents of the students. "Dear Ruth" was one play boosted by this group and 
exhibited the best in amateur dramatics. 



Poge 99 



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Top Row: Left to Right: Brady, Buckiey, Crout, Cunningham, Harris 

Sanderson, Stockton, Dobbs. 



Bottom Row: Lehman, P rather. 



G T i S I G N 1 P II I 

WITHOUT THEM, ROMAN CULTURE WOULD SUFFER 



OFFICERS 

HARRY H. CUNNINGHAM President 

DEWEY BUCKLEY Vice-President 

ANN STOCKTON Secretary 

MARILYN SANDERSON Treasurer 

BILLY CROUT , Sergeant-at-arms 

MRS. COBB, MRS. COULLET, MISS CRAIG, MR. FERGUSON, 

DR. HAMILTON, MR. SANDERS, DR SMITH . . Faculty Members 



Students of the classics who achieve a B overage for three semesters in their chosen language are 
eligible for membership in Eta Sigma Phi. The meetings are held, apparently, at the suggestion of the 
Muses. The Greeks had a word for some things, but it would have taxed their vocabulary to describe the 
annual Eta Sigma Phi banquet. 



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IITERMTIOiU RELITIOIS CLUB 



THEY 



ARE 



A T 



HOME 



ABROAD 



OFFICERS 



LEELA FRANCES BERRYHILL 
GRACE EDWARDS ^ . 
NED O'BRIEN . . . . 



President 

Vice-Presidenl 

Secretary-Treasurer 



PROF. FERGUSON, PROF. HARDIN, DR. MOORE, 

DR. WHARTON Faculty Members 



This group of students is the authority on civilization past and present. They can tell you the mean- 
ing of the Tenth Amendment or explain the latest bill brought up in Congress, and are outstanding for 
their excellence in history and economics. 



Top Row: Left to Riglit; Armstrong, Berryhill, Carter, Emmerich, Fox 

Guernsey, O'Brien, Russell. 



Bottom Row: Fortinberry, 




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UPHl EPSILOI DELTA 

THE EINSTEINS AND CURIES OF 1955 



OFFICERS 

CLYDE GUNN . . 

DEAN CALLOWAY; CHARLES HOGUE ^ . 
BETTY CLARK HAMILTON 
DICK DEVER . 

PROF. GALLOWAY, DR. PRICE, DR. PRIDDY, 
DR. RIECKEN, DR. STURDIVANT 



President 

Vice-Presidents 

Secretary-Treasurer 

Reporter- Historian 

Faculty Members 



Alpha Epsilon Delta, national pre-medical fraternity, includes the most promising doctors-to-be in 
a school well known for its science department. The chapter this year sponsored the physical examinations 
given to oil new students. Gunn yields the gavel, and Hamilton is chief note-taker for these scientists. 



Top Row: Left to Right: Gunn, Calloway, Hamilton, Dever, Bishop Middle Row; Cowan, Hogue, 

Morgan, Stebbins, Brandon Bottom Row; Holmes, Lee, Phillips, Radford, Wood, V/right. 




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Top Row: Left to Right: Graves, Eastman, Gray, Bain, Bending Middle Row: Berryhill, Lamp ton, 

Williams, Abel, Fisher Bottom Row: Fox, Hoys, Myers, Newell, Price Shumoker. 

KilPPil DELTA EPSILOI 

M I L L S A P S ' CONTRIBUTION TO THE CHILDREN OF TOMORROW 

OFFICERS 

TRULY GRAVES President 

ETHEL EASTMAN First Vice-President 

FRANCES GRAY Second Vice-President 

ADA MAE BAIN Secretary 

LOIS BENDING Corresponding Secretary 

MARY FRANCES MEADOWS Treasurer 

PROF. HAYNES Sponsor 

A national honorary fraternity for those co-eds who are our future educators, KDE is under the effi- 
cient sponsorship of Professor Haynes. Their conventions are famous, and they strive to encourage higher 
standards of scholastic leadership. 



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Top Row: Left to Right: Armstrong, Berryhill, Bizzell, Brewer, Butler Middle Row: Carver, Cowan, 

Hutfo, Lampton, Medlin Bottom Row: Moore, Pittman, Porter, Reed, Robertson, Stondefer. 



M 1 J R E T T E CLUB 

THEY SHOW WHAT BEAUTY, B^^AINS, AND BRAWN CAN DO 



OFFICERS 

CATHERINE ARMSTRONG President 

MARY ELIZABETH COWAN Vice-President 

KATHRYN CARVER Secretary-Treasurer 

BARBARA ROBERTSON Intramurals Manager 

MARY ANNA MEDLIN Representative To Women's Council 

Combining beauty, brains, and brawn, this group of girls plays an important part on the campus by 
giving recognition to those girls outstanding in the sports field. They sponsor girls' intramurals and the 
annual Stunt Night. 



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OFFICERS 

JAY JACKSON President 

VAN STEWART Vice-President 

OTIS PIGOTT Secretary-Treasurer 

GEORGE MADDOX Reporter 

COACH BARTLING Sponsor 



To advance the interests of athletics and athletes, to promote high standards of scholarship, to 
represent the college worthily, to exemplify sportsmanship and courage in victory and defeat — to these 
principles the "M" Club of Millsaps College is dedicated. 



Top Row: Left to Right: Davis, Carr, Christmas, Clay, Jackson, Moddox Middle Row: Mcintosh, 

Mann, Pigott, Russell, Rush, Sills Bottom Row: Stokes, Stewart, Wade, White, Winons, Martinson. 




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Top Row: Left to Right: Hamilton, Potrick, Fisher Bottom Row: Hall, Pullen, Roberts. 



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THE "FEMMES FATALES" OF PEN AND INK 



OFFICERS 

BETTY CLARK HAMILTON President 

JOYCE PATRICK Vice-President 

GLORIA FISHER Secretary 

MRS. STONE, MISS CRAIG, MRS. GOODMAN Faculty Members 



Chi Delta is the women's honorary literary sorority which seeks to promote and perpetuate a genuine 
interest in literature. At monthly meetings, selections composed by the members themselves are read, 
various classics and authors are discussed, and speakers sometimes are invited. To become a member of 
Chi Delta, one must show a talent for creative writing and a keen admiration for the beauty found in all 
great literature. 



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Top Row: Left to Right: Ammons, Bending, Berryhill, Hamilton 



Bottom Row: Houghton, Medhn, Patrick, Porter, 



WOMEFS PilHELLEIIC 



MIDNIGHT SESSIONS, RUSH WEEK, TEAS 



ALL FOR HARMONY 



OFFICERS 

LEELA FRANCES BERRYHILL President 

ANN PORTER Vice-President 

BETTY CLARK HAMILTON Secretary 

LOIS BENDING Treasurer 

MRS. MARY STONE Faculty Advisor 



Women's Pan-Hellenic is the organization which controls the feminine half of the Millsaps Greek 
Letter world. Composed of two members from each of the four national Pan-Hellenic sororities on the 
campus, it makes the rushing rules and carries them out. At the beginning of each year, Women's Pan- 
Hellenic sponsors a tea for the rushees, thus providing an example of the co-ordination of sororities that 
the group seeks to achieve. 



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Top Row: Left to Right: McWilliams, Longmire, Hogue, Callowoy Bottom Row: Folwell, Miller, O'Brien. 



M E r S P O - II E L L E II (] 

THEY RAISE GUIDEPOSTS FOR FRAT LIFE 



OFFICERS 



GEORGE McWILLIAMS 
BILL LONGMIRE 
CHARLES HOGUE 



President 

Vice-President 

Secretary -Treasurer 



Fraternal spirit and social harmony among the fraternities are the goals of Men's Pan-Hellenic. It is 
composed of two representatives from each fraternity who make the rules that govern rush week, socials, 
and inter-fraternity relationships. Their rule is firm but achieves much in promoting better relations and 
good sportsmanship in all fraternity dealings. 



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Colors: Ruby and Pink 



Founded— University of Missouri, December 12, 1888. 
Established at Millsaps— September 1, 1926 

Flowers: Richmond and Killarney Roses 
Publication — "The Urn." 



Here Betas, there Betas, everywhere Betas, or so it seems, as these girls have been more than busy 
this year. Prominent Berryhill, who heads many campus organizations, and Lampton, who is president of 
Women's Council, were listed in Who's Who. Myers, Price, and Hays were tapped by KDE. Blumer was a 
member of the "Dear Ruth" cast. Berryhill was elected secretary-treasurer of the student body and also 
of the senior class. Medlin and Liming were also class offices. The boys were entertained at a Southern 
Eail. Jean-clod Betas scrubbed and polished for days as the/ moved into their chapter apartment on 
Cong ess St ee^. The Ee'as also vis'ted the Charity Hospital each week. 



MEMBERS 



Armstrong, Catherine 
Berryhill, Leela Frances 
Bizzell, Polly 
Blumer, Carol 
Broun, Carole 
Collins, Lucy 
Comfort, Elaine 
Cowan, Mary E. 
CeWees, Fcye 



Hoys, Carolyn 
Lampton, Elizabeth Ann 
Limino, Dorris 
Martin, M.iriam 
Mayo, Jerry 
MxDonald, Rubye Ella 
McKay, Laura Jean 
Medlin, Mary Anno 
Myers, Dot 



Shanks, Ruth 
Williams, Joyce 
Brown, Mignonne 
Coleman, Anna 
Jones, Creath 
Lipham, Dorothy Jean 
Monette, Jean 
Prince, Ella Guy 
Robinson, Sue 



Gorber, Betty 
Gray, Frances 
Gregory, Juanita 
Newell, Jane Ellen 
Prother, Patti Ann 
Price, Sommie 
Sonford, Bettye 
Skinner, John Effie 
Speights, Nolo Jean 




OFFICERS 

LEELA FRANCES BERRYHILL President 

ELIZABETH ANN LAMFTON Vice-President 
LAURA JEAN McKAY . Recording Secretary 
MIRIAM MARTIN . Corresponding Secretary 
KATHRYN CARVER ... Treasurer 
SAMMIE PRICE Warden 



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BETil SIGMA OMIOROW 



ALPHA ZETA CHAPTER 



Top Row: (Left to Right': Armstrong, Berryhill, Bizzel!, Blumer, Collins, Comfort, Cowan . , Second Rcw: 
DeWees, Garber, Gray, Gregory, Hoys, Lompton, Liming Third Row: Martin, Mayo, McDonald, Mc- 

Kay, M.edlin, Myers, Newell . . . Fourth Row: Prather, Price, Shanks, Williams, Brown, Coleman, Jones 
. . Fifth Row: Lipham, Monette, Princs, Robinson, Sanford, Skinner, Speights. 




Founded — University of Arkansas, April 5, 1895. 

Established at Millsaps - March 31, 1934. 

Colors: Cardinal and Straw. Flower: White Carnation. 

Publication — "The Eleusis." 



This year the Chi O's have managed to hold fast to their traditions of brains plus beauty. Jean 
Houghton, Sis, and Lucy were among this year's debutantes, Lucy being the president of the group. Lou 
Kern was selected Freshman Queen and Freshman Cheerleader,- Sis, Porter, and Truly represented our 
rani<s in the honorories. Dossett was a beauty, while Ragland, Rhymes, and Corley were favorites. 
Houghton turned dramatic and walked off with the lead in "Dear Ruth." In a mad seige of pinnings, Lucy, 
Linda, Janie Calmes, and Dot Doty snagged one apiece to tie down the men in their lives, while at 
Christmas, Truly took the fatal step and promptly began to burn her hands cooking for Jack. 



MEMBERS 



Adcock, Agatha 
Bat ton, Virginia Ann 
Brewer, Betty 
DeCelle, Cornelia 
Dessert, Betty 
Dunaway, Mary 
Fox, Janet 
Fox, Joan 
Graves, Truly 
Porter, Ann 



Roberts, Miriam 
Stietenroth, Dot 
Williams, Bettyonne 
Grayson, Patty 
Gray, Ruth 
Beachom, Frances Ann 
Calmes, Jonie 
Coughran, Jane 
Fairly, Ann 
Jenkins, Marcie D. 



Kern, Betty Lou 
Latham, Frances 
Leep, Virginia 
Phillips, Folly 
Purser, Mary Lynn 
Ragland, Morgoret 
Rankin, Emmodeon 
Haughton, Jean 
Legler, Mert 
Loflin, Frances 



McKinnon, Nodine 
Corley, Carolyn 
Davis, Betty Jo 
DeCelle, Sarah Gene 
Doty, Dot 
Rhymes, Linda 
Robinson, Lucy 
Stokes, Marie 
Williams, Betty Ann 




OFFICERS 

ANN PORTER President 

JANET FOX Vice-President 

TRULY GRAVES Secretary 

MIRIAM ROBERTS .... Treasurer 
BETTY DOSSETT Pledge Trainer 

CORNELIA DeCELLE . Correspondent 



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Top Row: Left to Right): Adcock, Batton, Brewer, C. DeCelle, Dossett, Dunaway, Janet Fox . Second 

Row: Joan Fox, Graves, Houghton, Legler, Loflin, Porter, Roberts , Third Row: Stietenroth, B. 

Williams, Gray, Beocham, Coimes, Caughran, Corley . . . Fourth Row: Davis, S. Decell, Doty, Fairly, 
Jenkins, Kern, Latham, Leep . Fifth Row: Phillips, Purser, Ragland, Rankin, Rhymes, Robinson, Stokes, 

B. A. Williams. 













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Founded — Virginia State Normal College, October 23, 1897. 

Established at Millsaps — September 26, 1914. 

Colors; Green and White. Flower; White Rose. 

Publication — "Angelos of Kappa Delta." 



The girls of the diamond shield once again filled a year with activities and honors. They celebrated 
their golden anniversary with a reception for the faculty and students. Their dates were entertained in 
the Kappa Delta Garden of Dreams with a fairyland theme. Sanderson, Swartwout and Ammons were 
on the list of beauties. Applewhite and Swartwout won dramatic honors in "Dear Ruth." Tennant helped 
cheer us to victory as a cheerleader. Ridgwoy was elected secretary of the freshman class. But the most 
exciting happening of the year was actually getting the house papered. 



MEMBERS 



Abernethy, Patsy 
Ammons, Ann 
Applewhite, Milchie 
Atwood, Betty Jo 
Betheo, Ann 
Bell, Barbara 
Bending, Lois 
Caldwell, Mary Ann 
Emmerich, Ida Fae 
French, Bobbye 



Hall, Clarissa 
Hutto, Carol 
Jolly, Helen 
Leonard, Fannie Buck 
Meadows, Mary Frances 
Pullen, Lulu 
Sanderson, Marilyn 
Simmons, Amelia 
Simmons, Gene 
Stebblns, Jane 



Tennant, Mary LeGrande 
Weems, Betty 
Conlee, Faye 
Dement, Betty 
Dunning, Sue 
East, Mildred 
Estes, Carolyn 
Hutchinson, Mary Evelyn 
McNeese, Bette 
Oakes, Patsy 



Provost, Miriam 
Ridgway, Elizabeth 
Runge, Kathryn 
Hathorn, Amanda 
Holland, Mary Elizabeth 
Bonner, Peggy 
Coleman, Betty June 
Swartwout, Gene 
Wren, Betty Sue 




OFFICERS 

LOIS BENDING President 

BETTY WEEMS , , , , Vice-President 
IDA FAE EMMERICH . . . Secretary 
AMANDA HATHORN . . . Treasurer 
MARILYN SANDERSON Assistant Treasurer 
PATSY ABERNETHY Editor 



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NU CHAPTER 



Top Row: (Left to Righti: Abernethy, Ammons, Atwood, Bethea, Bell, Bending, Caldwell , . . Second 
Row: Emmerich, Hall, Hathorn, Holland, Hutto, Jolly, Leonard Third Row: Pullen, Sanderson, Stebbins, 

Tennant, Bonner, Coleman, Conlee , , Fourth Row: Dement, Dunning, East, Estes, Hutchinson, McNeese 
. . Fifth Row: Ookes, Provost, Ridgway, Runge, Swortwout, Wren. 




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Founded — Wesleyan College, March 4, 1852. 
Established at Millsaps - March 24, 1914. 



Colors: Rose and White. 



Flower: Rose Carnation. 



Publication 



'Aglaia." 



Since 1914 when Phi Leto became Epsilon chapter of Phi Mu and the first national sorority at Mill- 
saps, things have rolled smoothly along, at least until the recent succession of red-heads i5— count 'em — 
51 came to clash with the pink carnations which les souers fideles hold sacred. Phi Mus are proud of AED, 
Sigma Lambda, Who's Who, Chi Delta prexy. Phi Mu Vice-President Hamilton; and Chapter President 
Patrick, who is second in command in Chi Delta. Hamilton and Johnson were voted favorites. 



MEMBERS 



Brady, Rosanna 
Butler, Rosalind 
Callahan, Annie Ruth 
Collins, Mary Evelyn 
Crowther, Frances 
Hamilton, Betty Clark 
Harlan, Broadine May 
Johnston, Jo Ann 



Knight, Nancy 
Lee, Martha Jean 
Ozier, Betty Jean 
Patrick, Joyce 
Robertson, Barbara 
Standefer, Fay 
Barlow, Doris Anne 
Bartlett, Barbara 



Brent, Mary Jane 
Brewer, Christine 
Busby, Patricia 
Craft, Nell 
Entrekin, Nelle 
Guion, Doris 
Hughes, Virginia Ann 
Jones, Audrea 



Robbins, Patricio 
Scott, Jean 
Shorron, Doris Jean 
Smith, Anne 
Standifer, Emma Jean 
Landingham, Betty Von 
Wood, Ann Elizabeth 




OFFICERS 



JOYCE PATRICK 
BETTY CLARK HAMILTON 
FAY STANDEFER 
BARBARA ROBERTSON 
MARTHA JEAN LEE 
ROSALIND BUTLER 
lO ANN JOHNSTON 
NANCY KNIGHT . 



President 

Vice-President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 

Reporter-Historian 

Pledge Trainer 

. Rush Chairman 

Rush Chairman 



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Top Row: iLeft to Right): Brady, Butler, Callahan, Crowther, Hamilton, Johnston Second Row: Knight, 

Lee, Ozier, Patrick, Robertson, Standefer . Third Row: Barlow, Bartlett, Brent, Brewer, Busby, Craft 

Fourth Row: Entrekin, Guion, Hughes, Jones, Robbins, Scott Fifth Row: Sharron, Smith, Standifer, 

Von Londinghom, Wood. 




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Colors: Blue and White. 



Founded— University of Oklahoma, April, 1938. 
Established at Millsaps - July 19, 1943. 

Publication — "N. I, S. A. Newsletter." 



Flower: White Carnation. 



The Vikings is an organization for independent girls. It is one of the outstanding groups on the cam- 
pus. They are non-Greeks and are proud of their members who are chosen for all sorts of honors. Ann 
Stockton was tapped by Sigma Lambda and also was chosen for Who's Who. She, among other things, 
heads the YWCA Cabinet and is on Christian Council. Jimmie Lou Moore, Pat Reed, and Frances Pittmon 
represent the group in the Majorette Club, and give only a sample of the power of all Vikings intra- 
murals teams. President Reed is on S. E. B., while Catherine Shumaker wos tapped into K. D. E. The Vik- 
ings' parties are always novel and highly entertaining — Sadie Hawkins' Day, to mention one of the 
most outstanding. 



MEMBERS 



Anger, Dot 

Arbuckle, Gwendolyne 
Billings, Peggy 
Boozer, Jean 
Cage, Alice 
Calhoun, Emma Jean 
Campbell, Jane 
Cormichoel, Robby Nell 
Chang, Ruth 
Corley, Beth 
Dorracott, Virginia 



Eudy, Mary 
Havard, Louise 
Hubbard, Dorothy 
Johnson, Frances 
Johnson, Ruth 
Langdon, Linda 
Leech, Doris 
Machen, Sarah 
Marcum, Pot 
McCluney, Linda 
McCoy, Inez 



McCoy, Wanda 
Mclnturff, Yvonne 
O'Callaghon, Ann 
Pendergast, Marion 
Pittman, Frances 
Ratcliff, EvQ 
Roy, Lena Mae 
Reed, Pat 
Sauls, Billie 
Schuh, Ann 
Shumaker, Catherine 



Scott, Onie 
Slater, Carolyn 
Stockton, Ann 
Evans, Dorothy 
Files, Winnie Ruth 
Hardy, Fenny 
Moore, Jimmie Lou 
Moss, Mary Alice 
Myer.s, Morjorie 
Volkenburg, Genealo Von 
Wynne, Jean 
Yerby, Elizabeth 




OFFICERS 

PAT REED . . President 

ANN STOCKTON . . , Vice-President 
FRANCES JOHNSON . . . Secretary 
JEAN WYNNE Treasurer 



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Top Row: (Left to Right): Anger, Arbuckle, Billings, Boozer, Cage, Campbell, Carmichael, Chang . . . 
Second Row: Dorracott, Eudy, Files, Hardy, Havord, Hubbard, Johnson, R. Johnson , Third Row: 

Langdon, Leech, Machen, Marcum, McCluney, McCoy, Mclnturff, Moore Fourth Row: Moss, O'Cal- 

Icghan, Pittman, Ratcliff, Ray, Reed, Sauls Fifth Row: Schuh, Shumaker, Scott, Slater, Stockton, 

Van Valkenburg, Wynne- 




Founded — Washington College, December 21, 1865. 
Established at Millsaps - October 1, 1893. 



Colors.- Rose and Old Gold. 



Flower; Magnolia and Crimson Rose. 



Publication — "Kappa Alpha Journal." 



The KA's have upheld their southern traditions at Millsaps for over half a century. Led by "slow but 
sure" Longmire, they have excelled this year in sports and, of course, in romance. Martin Baker finally 
decided love wasn't so bad, after all, and parted with his pin. With Bishop, Holmes, Dever, and Davis as 
some of the representatives to the honoraries, this whole group of Dixieland boys has had a leading 
part in all activities of the school. Rush and Barwick copped class presidencies to add to the chapter 
laurels. One need look no further than the KA house for entertainment, for such characters as Barwick, 
Boadwee, Longinotti, and Williams keep the whole campus in a continuous uproar. 



MEMBERS 



Amason, Robert 
Baker, Bill 
Baker, Martin 
Barnett, Bill 
Barwick, Jim 
Bishop, Jack 
Boadwee, C. C. 
Bingham, Charles 
Cauthen, Campbell 
Conner, Weir 
Hutchlns, Harry 
Jordan, Ernest 
Longinotti, James 
Longmire, Bill 
Magee, A. B. 
Martin, Charles 



Perkins, John 
Pyle, Bert 

Ratliff, Julius 
Rush, Lowry 
Cook, Edsel 
Cotten, John 
Cutrer, George 
England, James 
Hudspeth, Charles 
Hughes, Enoch 
Jeffreys, Rodney 
Jenkins, Cecil 
Lossing, Fay 
Mogruder, Ernest 
Davis, Alden 
Dever, Richard 
Egger, John 



Evans, Allan 
Folwell, Horry 
Fowler, Frank 
George, Greer 
Goodman, Bill 
Graves, B. B. 
Harlan, Ed 
Henry, Joe 
Holmes, James 
Shotts, Ralph 
Sills, Joe 
Sours, Charles 
Stokes, Walter 
Williams, Duke 
Allen, Tip 
Beoird, Mitchell 
Bonney, Henry 



Buchanan, Aubrey 
Bufkin, Joe 
Cassity, Turner 
Coleman, Bill 
Porter, Ralph 
Ratliff, George 
Reeves, Ernest P. 
Robertson, Sandy 
Selah, Bill 
Sumrall, Bill 
Turner, Poteat 
Unger, Langdon 
Wall, Woodson 
Williams, Rudolph 
Wills, Bill 
Martinson, Mike 




OFFICERS 

BILL LONGMIRE .... Number I 

HARRY FOLWELL .... Number II 

HARRY HUTCHINS . . . Number III 



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Top Row: (Left to Righti: Amason, W. Baker, M. Baker, Barnett, Berwick, Bishop, Boadwee, Caufhen, 
Conner, Davis . . . Second Row: Dever, Egger, Folwell, Fowler, George, Goodman, Graves, Harlan, 
Holmes, Hutchins , , Third Row: Longinotti, Longmirs, Perkins, Pyle, Ratliff, Rush, Shotts, Sills, Sours, 
Stokes . Fourth Row: Williams, Allen, Beaird, Bonney, Buchanan, Bufkin, Cassity, Coleman, Cook, 
Gotten , . Fifth Row: Cutrer, England, Hudspeth, Hjghes, Jeffreys, Jenkins, Lossing, Magruder, Porter 
. . . Sixth Row: G. Ratliff, Reeves, Robertson, Selah, Turner, Unger, R. Williams, Wills, Martinson. 




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Founded — University of Virginia, December 10, 1869. 

Established at Millsops - October 18, 1895. 

Colors: Scarlet, Green, and White. Flower: Lily of the Valley. 

Publication — "The Caduceus." 



The members of Kappa Sig's "Star and Crescent" have again enlightened their way through another 
big year with such stellar ODKs as O'Brien and Carter taking the lead, and Miers officiating as sopho- 
more vice-prexy. Clay, Mann, Box, Howard, Decell, and Lee are still limping after trying for months to fol- 
low orders given by head cheerleader Hays. Oh, yes, the last Barn Dance was not soon forgotten, or in 
the words of Tucker Fleming, "It was a good 'un!" Over at the house, "Mickey Mouse" Mann wields the 
club as house manager, while party boys Hill and M.ay promise bigger and better meetings of the 
"Wednesday Mite Club." 



MEMBERS 



Allen, Sam 
Berbette, Moran 
Bethea, Bill 
Bingham, Ookly 
Boyd, Douglas 
Carter, Billy 
Clorkson, N. E. 
Clay, Tom 
Caruthers, Larry 
Everett, Lou 
Fleming, Gene 
Forten berry, Jerry 
Lee, Frank 
Mann, Billy 
May, Bill 
Miers, Lee 
Morgan, Turner 



Naef, Charles 
McCarty, John G. 
O'Brien, Ned 
Owens, Walton Greene 
Phillips, A. M. 
Radford, James 
Roilsbock, Lee 
Carroll, Bill 
Clack, John M. 
Decell, Lonnie 
Dunlop, Bobby 
Floyd, R. E, 
Hammond, Douglas 
Hothorn, Robert 
Kimbrough, Richard 
Lawrence, Joe 
Liming, Morris 



Magee, Henry 
Nelson, Harold 
Gregory, Clarence 
GuI.edge, Sonny 
Hardin, Bill 
Hays, Ralph 
Hill, George 
Hogue, Charles 
Howard, Smythe 
Irby, Phil 
Johnson, Fred 
Lommons, George 
Roberts, Tom 
Sumerlin, Al 
Tanner, Louie 
Weaver, Russell 
Wroten, John 



Baird, Frank 
Blue, Charlie 
Box, Neol 
Burke, Bobby 
Burst, Bobby 
Carr, Gordon 
Norton, Pete 
Posey, Sonny 
Ragsdole, Billy 
Sonford, Tom 
Simpson, Frank 
Suttle, Bill 
Thomas, Charles 
Tillman, Harmon 
Welker, Conrad 
Williams, Tommy 




OFFICERS 

WILLIAM O. CARTER , , President 

BILLY MANN .... Vice-President 

BILL BETHEA M. C. 

JERRY FORTENBERRY , . . Secretary 
CHARLES HOGUE .... Treasurer 

N. E. CLARKSON Guard 

WALTON GREENE OWENS Guard 



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ALPHA UPSILON CHAPTER 



Top Row: (Left to Right): Berbette, Bethea, Boyd, Carter, Clarkson, Clay, Fleming, Fortenberry 
Second Row: Gregory, Hardin, Hill, Hogue, Howard, Irby, Johnson, Lee , . Third Row: Mann, May, 
Miers, Morgan, Naef, McCarty, O'Brien, Phillips , Fourth Row: Radford, Railsback, Roberts, Tanner, 
Blue, Box, Burke, Carr , Fifth Row: Clack, Dunlap, Hammond, Hathorn, Kimbrough, Lawrence, Liming, 
Magee, Nelson . . . Sixth Row: Norton, Rogsdale, Sonford, Simpson, Suttle, Thomas, Tillman, Welker, 

Williams. 




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Founded — Boston University, November 2, 1909. 

Established at Millsaps - October, 1939. 

Colors: Purple, Green, and Gold. Publication: "Purple, Green, and Gold." 



Glancing over their shoulders at a year of rapid change, the old guard having left shoes of im- 
pressive size to be filled, the men of Theta Eta of Lambda Chi Alpha look cheerfully and confidently 
forward. More easily characterized than typified, Theta Eta has found success in all the past year's ventures 
—win, lose, or draw. The student body found a social high spot in the "Purple, Green, and Gold Ball" 
and has chalked up one more to Lambda Chi's credit. Not to be accused of unwillingness to participate in 
any field of activity, Horry Whyte and T. C. Miller are competing for campus honors in the vital statistics 
department. With boys like "Preacher" Frank Brown, Howard Trimble, and Horry James sparking the 
working organization, Theta Eta has remained a potent factor on the campus. You will find Lambda Chi's 
in all phases of campus activity and, to a man, you will find them to be solid citizens. 



MEMBERS 



Allen, Frank 
Allen, W. P., Jr. 
Ates, Billy 
Bills, Samuel 
Eoswell, Frank 
Brown, Frank 
Head, Lindsey 
Heard, Floyd 
James, Harold 
Miller, Eddie 



Powell, Joe 
Soch, Robert 
Trimble, Howard 
Whyte, Horry 
Burchfield, Edward 
Bryant, John 
Derrington, Clarence 
Davis, James 

Jones, Willie Moore, Jr. 
Lee, George 



Luke, Harry 
Luke, Keith 

Myers, William 
Nichols, Bruce 
Parker, Herman 
Parker, Mack 
Pattie, Willie 
Jenkins, Howard 
Kemp, Tom 
Kolb, Roy 



Miller, T. C. 
Font, Foster 
Goodsell, Arthur 
Goodsell, Joseph 
Jockson, Cyril 
Johnson, William 
Prince, Julian 
Puckett, Jesse 
Roland, James 
Webb, Steve 




OFFICERS 

T. C. MILLER President 

BILL ALLEN ... Vice-President 

HAROLD JAMES Secretary 

ROBERT SOCH ... . Treasurer 

HOWARD JENKINS , Rush Chairman 

HARRY WHYTE Social Chairman 

JOE POWELL Ritualist 



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THETA ETA ZETA 



Top Row: (Left to Righfi: Allen, Brown, James, Kemp, Kolb Second Row: T. Miller, E. Miller, Soch, 

Trimble, Burchfield Bottom Row: Bryant, Font, Johnson, Myers, Parker, Puckett. 




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Founded — University of Virginia, March 1, 1868. 
Established at Millsaps - March 23, 1905. 



Colors- Garnet and Gold. 



Publication 



"Shield and Diamond.' 



Flower: Lily of the Valley. 



The boys of the shield and diamond maintained the fast pace set by their high standards years ago. 
Two class presidencies went their way; Guernsey edited the P&W, aided by Hutto, with Marks holding 
the money bags. ODKs Russell and M.addox make more evident the leadership ability the chapter strives 
to achieve. Lehman, McWilliams, C. Wright, Guernsey, and Zander pulled down other presidencies. 
Alpha Iota led the entire campus in membership in the honoraries; three were in Who's Who. Renewal of 
the traditional Cotton Ball climaxed the socials. Cup:ake remained "a paragraph in himself." 



MEMBERS 



Alvis, Lester 
Bonner, Lee 
Boone, Charles 
Boone, Mackey 
Bunner, Carl 
Butler, Charles 
Caver, Harold 
Calloway, Dean 
Corruth, Stuart 
Chance, Merritt 
Charles, Kenneth 
Cooper, W. B. 
Lampton, William 
Lehman, Charles 
Lott, W. R. 
Maddox, George 
Montz, Bobby 
Marks, Sutton 
McWilliams, George 
Keill, John 



Newell, Sam 
Peek, Emory 
Ray, Bob 
Russell, Walloce 
Broshier, Earl 
Butler, Bill 
Burnham, Billy 
Conerly, Joe 
Gardner, Jimmy 
Grantham, Johnny 
Holmes, Dick 
Lee, Clay 
Lewis, Earl 
McDowell, Jimmy 
McKee, Curtis 
Middleton, Gene 
Crisler, Bill 
Clendenning, Pat 
Clayton, Bill 
Gaddis, John 



Guion, Osborn 
Guernsey, Carl 
Herm, Bill 
Hamilton, Bob 
Hunt, Bruner 
Hutto, Ralph 
Holmes, Greg 
Jacobs, Billy 
Jones, Bill 
Kennedy, Roland 
King, Paul 
Shotts, Alex 
Scott, George 
Slaughter, Bill 
Watson, Bill 
Wells, Brad 
Weothersby, William 
Wiggers, Charles 
Wiggins, Morvin 
Wofford, John 



Wright, Billy 
Wright, Charles 
Zander, Honk 
Andrews, Roi 
Allen, Albert 
Beard, Dudley 
Pearson, Don 
Prince, Billy 
Ridgwoy, Wallace 
Smith, Cecil 
Stewart, Parks 
Turner, Dick 
Zont, Ed Van 
Wolly, Robert 
Walton, Bob 
Word, James 
Whitehead, Steve 
Williams, George 
Williams, James 
Russell, Gene 
Gibson, Lawrence 




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OFFICERS 




STUART CARRUTH 
BILLY WRIGHT , , 
MARVIN WIGGINS 
WILLIAM LAMPTON 



President 

Vice-President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 




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PI KAPPA ALPHA 



ALPHA IOTA CHAPTER 



Top Row: (Left to Right): Bonner, Boone, Butler, Calloway, Chance, Charles, Cooper, Ciendenning, 
Goddis , Second Row: Guernsey, Herm, Hamilton, Hunt, Hutto, Jones, King, Lehman, Maddox 
Third Row: Manfz, Marks, McWillioms, Neill, Ray, Russell, Wells, Weothersby, W- Wright Fourth 

Row: C. Wright, Zander, Andrews, Allen, Beard, Lee, Lewis, Middleton, Pearson Fifth Row: 

Ridgway, Stewart, Turner, Walton, Ward, Whitehead, Williams, G. Russell. 




Founded — University of Oklahoma, 1938. 
Publication — "N. I. S. A. Newsletter." 



OFFICERS 

GENE NETTLES President 

WALTER BERRYHILL . , Vice-President 

BOWMAN CLARKE Secretary-Treasurer 

WAYNE FERRIS . , Athletic Chairman 




Clarke 
Nettles 



Lewis 
Roberts 



THE B 1 R B 1 R I 1 I S 



Locally referred to as the Barbarians, these non-fraternity students are actually a part of the 
National Independent Student Association. This Association was officially formed into a national group at 
the University of Oklahoma in 1938. The Barbarians are headed by Dancing Gene Nettles, who is ably 
assisted by Berryhill and Clark. 



Berryhill, Walter 
Clarke, Bowman 
Crespo, Javier 



Crespo, Monuel 
Ferris, Wayne 
French, R. H., Jr. 
Howell, Charles 



MEMBERS 



Jones, Bill Merrilt 
McEwen, Fred 
Nettles, Gene 
Roberts, James 



Lewis, Ben 
Weems, Ray 
Windham, Charles 



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COACH 



DOBY BARTLING 
Coach 



Completing his second year at Millsaps as Head Coach and Athletic Director, Coach 
Doby Eartling had the privilege of doing a thing that had not been done in a decade. 
On the night of October 25, at Tiger Stadium, the Millsaps Majors met the Mississippi 
College Choctaws in their annual gridiron clash. From the starting whistle to the lost 
play the Bartling-coached team took a lead secured early in the football game and 
defeated the previously invincible Choctaws 7-0. 

Coach Bartling not only has been the brains behind the games— football, basketball, 
and baseball— but also has been throughout it all a friend and a helper to each of his 
boys. He never asks what he himself wouldn't attempt to do. The biggest tribute the 
boys could have paid him was their loyalty to him and was also the increasing numbers 
of men who turned out for each of the sports this year. 



Page 130 



RUSH 
DAWKINS 

HARDIN 
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COACHING STAFF AND ATHLETIC DIRECTORS 



CHEERLEADERS 

Jce Gocdsell, Betty Lou Kern, /\/,ary LeGrande Tennant, Allen Evans; and standing, 

Ralph Hays. 





ILLUPS 



Winning four out of six football games, the Millsaps Majors scored 80 points to 
their opponents' 50. The highlight of the 1948 season came in Millsaps' 7-0 win over the 
Mississippi College Choctaws. Quarterback Joy Jackson dealt the Choctows their misery 
in two doses when he first scored from the three yard line and then kicked the extra 
point. 

Although a heavy rain put a damper on the Homecoming Day activities, the Majors 
were able to swim to a victory over the Lynxmen from Southwestern and then the 
student body retired to the Victory Room for a real celebration sponsored by the M 
Club. We might add that the sponsors chosen for this game and the whole series of 
events added much to the beauty of the occasion. 

Aside from a very successful season, the Millsaps Majors were also able to place two 
men on the 1948 Little Ail-American Team — Halfback Dave Mcintosh from McComb and 
Center John Christmas of Vicksburg. 



First Row: left to right: Decell, 
White, Mcintosh, Winans, Box, 
Mann, Williams, Maddox, Clay, 
Bailess, Wade, Coach Bortling 
. . . Second Row: Lacour, Lee, 
Pigott, Christmas, Whatley, J. 
Stewart, Jabour, Horn, Jackson, 
Britt, Strange, Davis, V. Stewart 
. . . Third Row: Hobgood, P. 
Stewart, Guion, Hathorn, Weems, 
Peacock, Grantham, Jones, Jor- 
dan, Hammond, Perrott, Font. 



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rays . . Second Row: Richardson, Dunlap, Dawkins, Mann, Decell, Stokes Third Row: Weems, 

Ratliff, Whatley, V. Stewart. 



BUKETKUL 



The 1948 basketball season saw the Millsaps Major basketeers take to the courts with 
zest and fire. Showing plenty of spirit, the local five defeated the Choctows in the first 
clash but couldn't manage to keep up this record in the remaining games of the series 
with the arch-enemy. Other opponents came and went with the Major fhinclads always 
putting up a good fight regardless of the score. The team didn't break even in the 
win-lose columns, but sportsmanship won out every time. 



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First Row: left to right: Coach Bartling, McLourin, Teasley, Glisson, V. 

Stewart, Decell, Winborn . , Second Row: Rush, Pigott, Russell, 

Collins, Mann, McCormick , , Third Row: Baker, Sills, Wiggers, Clay, 

J. Stewart, Hoys, Johnson. 



Pigott, Britt, Singletary, Mcintosh, Appley, George, Williams, Lee, 
Wade, Henry, Perrott, Box, Nettles, Fortenberry, Southerland, Brown, 
Heard, Allen, Jabour, Stienreide, Youngblood, Strange, Jackson, 

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T E I I I S 



In spring a co-ed's fancy turns to lots of important things, not the least of which is tennis. How- 
ever, it would be a wrong impression if anyone thought that the courts just lay idle during the rest of the 
year. There's not too long a period of the school term when a player can't get in some good, enjoyable 
exercise out there. 

Many a girl has found that you don't have to know how to hit the boll when you first begin, but 
it helps. 

Besides being good fun, the list of new and better friends (both male and female) made on the ten- 
nis courts just grows by leaps and bounds. Perhaps this last thought attracts almost as many people as does 
the sport itself. 



Page 150 



GOLF 



As soon as school gets under way, the golf course becomes a haven of relaxation from the day's 
grind. With advanced golfers getting in a few strokes between groups of freshmen beginners in physi- 
cal education classes, the place is teeming with activity. 

The word "fore" is constantly singing through the air as swarms of people vie for the lowest score. 
And the best part of it all is that no matter whether you win or lose, a good time can be had. 

On the campus, golf is an invigorating and a pleasant pastime that a great many students have 
taken advantage of. 



"Lil 'Un" Prepares A Mighty Drive, 



Davis Follows Through. 




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Winter's cold, stormy gales blow In and campus cuties often seek recreation indoors. The logical 
place for this being the gym, the crowd assembles there every time it's possible. 

For many girls who saw a great deal of action on hard-wood courts in high schools, there's a thrill 
in both the heart and the mind to hear the soft patter of rubber-soled feet scampering across the court, 
the thud of the ball bouncing on the floor, and the swish of the net as someone makes a goal. 

Others wander out, skeptically at first, then more and more willingly, wondering why they haven't 
tried this before. They just hadn't realized how much one could get from such activity. But once a basket- 
ball lover, always one. 



Page 152 



fOLLEYBlLl. .. 



Volleyball is another of the indoor sports and the first to receive a working-over in 
intramural competition. The gome this year was played hard and fast. Many girls 
who hod never before been exposed to a volleyball court found time this year to 
become good players. With a combination of these and the more experienced players, 
any game proved to be very interesting indeed. 



RIDIIG.. . 



Horses, enough to go around — willing riders, the more the merrier — spirits of ad- 
venture and excitement — heaping portions of Friendship — and maybe even a dash 
of picnic lunch, for added flavor. These are the ingredients called for in having a glad 
time that begins with the planning and never ends, because you always have memories. 

Get your horses from Stockett's Stables, you'll have no trouble finding willing riders; 
excitement will mount up while everything else is being attended to, and friendship will 
just naturally be around. After the scene has been set, a ride through the woods, by the 
river's edge or wherever one chooses, is in order. Makes an unlimited amount of fun! 

This recipe bears a guarantee. 



ARCHERY... 



"I shot an arrow into the air. 
It fell to earth I knew not where." 

But there ore people who can tell exactly where the arrow will land and it's not 
usually on the earth, but in the bull's-eye! These sheer geniuses Igenii?) ore the kind who 
spend much of their spore time with a bow in one hand and an arrow in the target. 
Many students hove discovered the pleasures of a date with an archery set — especially 
when there's competition involved. 



Page !53 



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WOMEI'S IITRMDRILS 




INTRAMURALS MANAGERS 

The planning commission for girls' sports is com- 
posed of one representative from each of the five 
girls' social organizations. These girls hold regular 
meetings and decide first what sport they v^ill con- 
centrate on at a particular season, and then they 
set the calendar for the games and practice periods 
for each group. 



Front: Moore, Betheo; Back; Lampton, 
Williams, Robertson. 



INTRAMURALS VOLLEYBALL 

The volleyball cup this year went to an 
undefeated Viking team. Fast and furious, 
the volleyball season was a successful one 
this year. 

The standings at the close of the season 
in volleyball were first place, Vikings; second 
place. Kappa Delta; third. Beta Sigma Omi- 
crcH; fourth, Chi Omega and fifth, Phi Mu. 



Front Row: Left to Right: Longdon, Billings, 

Scott, Moore Middle Row: Reed, Cage, 

Marcum Back Row; Hardy, Shumaker, 

Evans. 



Page 154 




TIME 

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The editor and the staff of this, your 1948 Boboshela, wish to take this oppor- 
tunity to express their appreciation to all those who have helped make the yearbook 
a success. 

To Mr. Wood, we would like to say "Thanks for fixing our office up." To "Sweets" 
Bennett, thanks for all the help on stencils and elections; to Miss Bufkin for all the in- 
formation; and to our beloved "Smiley" for keeping us happy in spite of our trials and 
tribulations. Last, we would like to say a big "Thank you" to the student body for their 
support and help in making the book possible. 

The editor would like to take this opportunity to tell all the staff that it has been a 
real pleasure to work with each of you. To the student body, it has been a privilege to 
serve you in this capacity and the editor wishes to express her appreciation for the 
opportunity of holding this position. 

We would also like to express our appreciation to the following companies, who 
through their generosity hove made possible our theme: 



Time Magazine 

Street and Smith Publishers, Inc. 

Sports Afield 

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Events Publishing Company, Inc. 

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Forth Magazine 

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Glamour 



The Fraternity Month 



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ADELLE GRILL 

Our Specialty Is 

DELICIOUS HAMBURGERS 
SANDWICHES - SHORT ORDERS 
DRINKS 
l359'/2 N. West Dial 4-9166 i 



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OUR MOTTO: 

"SUPERB COOKING" 

Short Orders Sandwiches 

Hamburgers 

Coffee Drinks 

SNACK SHOP 

Dial 4-9613 



222 N. State 



Ccmpliments of 

CAPITOL FLORAL COMPANY 

Progressive Florists for fv'.ore than 40 Years 
in Jackson 



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ROBINSON BROTHERS 

PLYMOUTH and DeSOTO 
SALES and SERVICE 



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Dial 3-2741 \ 
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Ccmplirr";ents of 

LERNER SHOPS 

150 E. Capitol Dial 4-7817 



Twin States Athletic Supply Co. 

Complete Line of 
HIGH GRADE ATHLETIC SUPPLIES 
17 S. Lamar Street Dial 2-1336 




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Snow While Cleaners 



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COMPLETE SPORTS EQUIPMENT i 


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137 E. Amita 


Dial 3-3443 J 



CLEANING 

JOHNSON CLEANERS 

1804 N. State Dial 2-3333 






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COMPLIMENTS OF 

Grayson Dress Shops 

232 E. Capitol Dial 4-6571 

JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI 




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long after war has ceased they will stand as beacons to 
the American Way ... to greater achievement in religion, 
arts, science, research, and industry. The way is not easy. 
It is narrow. It is sometimes rough. Other paths beckon 
alluringly, as seeming short cuts. But in mankind's halting 
progress through the ages many paths have been explored 



before. If now in uncertainty we change paths we will slow 
up progress and confuse those whose eyes ore on us. B^ 
further smoothing of the proved paths we can continue tc 
inspire earnest men everywhere to follow the way that 
already has led one nation so far toward the better and 
happier life for all. 



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



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We have enjoyed the confidence of yearbook Staffs 



throughout the country for over thirty years .... an accompHshment 

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

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ALABAMA ENQRAVING COMPANY 

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