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Copyright 1949, 
Cornelia DeCelle, Editor — Lance Goss, Business Manager 



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DR. BENJAMIN ERNEST MITCHELL 

It is with sincere gratitude that we dedicate this 
BOBASHELA to Dr. Benjamin Ernest Mitchell, professor 
of mathematics. Dr. Mitchell has given 35 years of 
service to making ours a Greater Millsaps, coming to 
the college in 1914. He received his A.B, from Scarritt- 
Morrisville College, his A.M. from Vanderbilt University, 
and his Ph.D. from Columbia University. 

During his career at Millsaps Dr. Mitchell has 
become a familiar and beloved person to everyone. To 
many of us, both students and faculty, he has become a 
genuine friend. His qualities are such that one sentence 
seems to sum them up admirably -- he is a Christian 
gentleman. 

So, for these things, as well as other intangibles, we 
respectfully dedicate this 1949 BOBASHELA to Dr. B. E. 
Mitchell. 



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Dr. Marion L. Smith' "Smiley" to everyone, is the perfect example of 
Millsaps spirit. Never too busy to have a friendly word with every student, his 
geniality and kindness have made a lasting impression on our hearts. His. 
devotion to Millsaps is an inspiration for the entire student body. 



WILLIAM E. REICKEN, Ph.D. 
DEAN 

A member of Phi Beta Kappa, 
Dr. Reicken has a full-time sched- 
ule as Dean of the college and 
biology instructor; and he serves 
equally well in both capacities. 
His alert manner and devotion to 
Millsaps make him a well-liked 
and respected dean. 




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DEAN REICKEN 



DEAN STONE 



MRS. MARY H. B. STONE, M.A. 
DEAN OF WOMEN 

As advisor for the co-ed stu- 
dents, Mrs. Stone is never too 
busy to give advice and assistance 
with characteristic calmness and 
understanding. Also a professor 
in the English Department, she is 
admired by students as a truly 
fine person. 





ALBERT GODFREY SANDERS. A.M. 
LIBRARIAN 



RAY S. MUSCRAVE, PH.D. 
DEAN OF FRESHMEN 



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ELBERT S. WALLACE, Ph D. 
REGISTRAR 



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J. W. WOOD 
BUSINESS MANAGER 



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McNeill BARTLINC, jr., Director of Physical 
Educat.on and Co^ch, B.S.C., University of Missis- 
sippi; Graduate work at Louisiana State University 
. . . THOMAS SENIOR BERRY, Professor of Eco- 
nomics, S.B., Harvard College; A.M., Harvard Uni- 
versity; Ph.D., Harvard University (Graduate School 
of Arts and Sciences) . . . MABEL BENNER COBB, 
Professor of Spanish, A.B., St. Lawrence University; 
A.M., University of North Carolina . . . ARTHUR 
COLAIANNI, Assistant Professor of Music Direc- 
tor of Band, B.M.E., Murray State College, graduate 
work at the American Conservatory, pupil of Philip 
Kirchner and Florian Mueller . . . MAGNOLIA 
COULLET, Associate Professor of Latin, Professor 
of Voice, A.B., Millsaps Collage; A.M., University 
of Pennsylvania; graduate work, American Aca- 
demy in Rome, University of Chicago; B.M., Bel- 
haven College; graduate work in Voce, Bordeaux, 
France. 



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ELIZABETH CRAIG, Associate Professor of Frerich, 
A.B., Barnard College, Columbia University; A.M., 
Columbia University; Diplome de la Sorbonne, Ecole 
de Preparation des Professeurs, de Francais a 
I'Etranger, Faculty of Letters, University of Paris 
. . . FRANCES ELIZABETH DECELL, Director of 
Physical Education for Women, A. A., Whitworth 
College; A.B., Millsaps College; A.M., University 
of Alabama . . . JAMES SHARBROUCH FERGU- 
SON, Professor of History, B.A., Millsaps College; 
M.A., Louisiana State University; Graduate work, 
University of North Carolina . . . ARTHUR FIEL- 
DER . . . Assistant Professor of Cello and Music 
Theory, B.A., Kansas University . . . NEAL BOND 
FLEMING, Professor of Philosophy, A.B., B.D., 
Emory University; S.T.M., Ph.D., Boston University 
. ?"CHARLES BETTS GALLOWAY,'Associate Pro- 
fessor of Physics, B.S., Millsaps College; A.M., and 
advanced graduate work, Duke University. 



CRAIG 






MOORE 



EB C. CIRVIN, Professor of Biology, B.A., M.A., 
Ph.D., The University of Texas . . . MARGUERITE 
WATKINS GOODMAN, Associate Professor of 
English, A.B., Agnes Scott College; A.M., Tulane 
University . . . ALFRED PORTER HAMILTON, 
Professor of Classical Languages and German, A.B., 
Birmingham-Southern College; A.M., Ph.D., Uni- 
versity of Pennsylvania . . . PAUL DOUGLAS HAR- 
DIN, Assistant Professor of English, A.B., Millsaps 
College; A.M., Duke University; graduate work, 
University of Southern California . . . GEORGE 
LOTT HARRELL, Professor Emeritus of Physics and 
Astronomy, B.S., M.S., Millsaps College; Advanced 
graduate work. University of Chicago . . . ROBERT 
RAYMOND HAYNES, Professor of Education, A.B., 
LL.B., University of Tennessee; Vice-Consul of the 
United States in Scotland and England; A.M., and 
advanced graduate work, George Peabody College 
. . . NANCY BROGAN HOLLOW AY, Instructor of 
Secretarial Studies, A.B., Mississippi State College 
for Women . . . ALVIN JON KING, Director of 
Millsaps Singers, Studied at Oberlin Conservatory 
of Music; Northwestern School of Music; Chris- 
tiansen Choral School. Private study with W. S. B. 
Matthews, Fanny Bloomfield Zeisler, and Prower 
Symonds . . . BENJAMIN ERNEST MITCHELL, 
Professor of Mathematics, A.B., Scarritt-Morrisville 
College: A.M., Vanderbilt University; Ph.D., Co- 
umbia University . . . ROSS HENDERSON MOORE, 
Professor of History, B.S., M.S., Millsaps College; 
A.M., University of Chicago; Ph.D., Duke Uni- 
versity. 




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MILDRED LILLIAN MOREHEAD, Assistant Pro- 
fessor of English, B.A., Mississippi State College 
for Women; M.A., Duke University . . . GILBERT 
L. OLIVER, Acting Assistant Professor of Religion, 
B.A., Mississippi State College; B.D., Southern 
Methodist University . . . ELAINE PENN, Assistant 
Professor of Music, B.M., Louisiana State Uni- 
versity; Graduate piano study with Mieczyslaw 
Munz. 



OLIVER 











PRICE 



JOSEPH BAILEY PRICE, Professor of Chemistry, 
B.S., Millsaps College; M.S., University of Missis- 
sippi; Ph.D., Louisiana State University . . . RICH- 
ARD R. PRIDDY, Professor of Chemistry and Geol- 
ogy, B.S. in Ed., Ohio Northern University; M.A., 
The Ohio State University; Ph.D., The Ohio State 
University . . . EVA MYERS ROBERTS, Professor 
of Piano and Theory, A.B., Whitworth College; 
B.M., American Conservatory; M.M., Chicago 
Musical College . . . JAMES TROY ROBISON, 
Associate Professor of Political Science and His- 
tory, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal Univer- 
sity; M.A., University of Colorado; Advanced grad- 
uate work. University of Colorado and University 
of Illinois . . . THEODORE C. 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. 




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ROBISON 



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WHARTON 



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JOHN MACRUDER SULLIVAN, Professor Emeri- 
tus of Chemistry and Geology, A.B., Centenary Col- 
lege; A.M., University of Mississippi; Advanced 
graduate work. University of Chicago; Ph.D., Van- 
derbilt University; D.Sc, Millsaps College . . . 
FRANK REA TAYLOR, Vocal Coach and Accom- 
panist, A.B., Millsaps College; Diploma in Piano, 
Millsaps College . . . KENNETH LYLE WARREN, 
Professor of Mathematics, B.Sc, M.Sc, Battle 
Creek College; Ph.D., Michigan State College; At- 
tended University of Miami, Coral Cables, Florida 
. . . VERNON LANE WHARTON, Professor of 
Sociology and History, A.B., Millsaps College; A.M., 



Ph.D., University of North Carolina . . . MILTON 
CHRISTIAN WHITE, Professor of English, A.B., 
Birmingham-Southern College; A.M., Harvard Uni- 
versity; Ph.D., University of Wisconsin . . . KARL 
WOLFE, Professor of Art, B.F.A., Chicago Art Insti- 
tute, William M. R. French Fellowship; Study 
abroad for one year; Study and Teaching Pa. School 
of Art Summer School . . . RECNA SIMPSON 
WOOD, Associate Professor of Speech, B.A., M.A., 
Northwestern University . . . JAMES DAUSEY 
WROTEN, Associate Professor of Religion, B.A., 
Millsaps College; B.D., Southern Methodist Uni- 
versity. 




MUSTIN 



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LOIS ABEL, Secretary to the Registrar . . . MAR- 
THA BENNETT, Secretary to the President . . . 
CAROLYN BUFKIN, Assistant to the Registrar . . . 
MRS. MARY BOWEN CLARK, Assistant Librarian, 
Emeritus . . . MRS. C. F. COOPER, Hostess, Whit- 
worth Hall . . . FRANK JACOBS, Manager, Book- 
store . . . MRS. MELVILLE JOHNSON, Hostess, 
Galloway Hall and Burton Hall . . . MAXYNE 
MADDEN, Associate Librarian. 



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HOSEA F. MACEE, College Physician . . . MRS. F. 
E. MASSEY, Hostess, Founder's Hall . . . HAROLD 
S. MUSTIN, Accountant . . . MRS, DOROTHY 
B. NETTLES, Cashier . . .MARTHA NELL NEW- 
TON, Secretary to the Dean . . . MRS. OTTO 
PORTER, Hostess, Woolard Hall . . . CATHERINE 
SHUMAKER, Assistant, Registrar's Office . . . 
MRS. C. F. SPARKMAN, Library Cataloguer . . . 
MRS. JESSIE SMITH, Dietician . . . LOUISE 
WARD, Assistant Librarian. 



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ROBERT L. WALTON 



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New Orleans, La. 

J. GILBERT ALEXANDER Union 

Sigma Nu 

FRANK ALLEN Jackson 

Lambda Chi Alpha 

LESTER ALVIS Jackson 

Pi Kappa Alpha 

DOROTHY ANGER Greenville 

A. E. ANTHONY Prentiss 

Lambda Chi Alpha 

GWENDOLYN ARBUCKLE Charleston 

Vikings 

DAN M. ARMSTRONG Jackson 

JOHN L. ASH, III Centerville 

JOHN ATKINS Columbus 



TAL BACCETT Jackson 

Phi Alpha 

MARTIN H. BAKER Macon 

Kappa Alpha 

HUBERT LEE BARLOW Wesson 

BILL BARNETT Jackson 

Kappa Alpha 

CHARLES BARTON Jackson 

BARBARA ANN BELL Braxton 

Vikings 

OAKLEY BINGHAM North Carrollton 

Kappa Sigma 

HENRY BLOUNT, JR Decatur 

JEAN BOOZER Boyle 

FRANK BOSWELL Noxapater 

R. C. BRITT Meridian 

FRANK OLIVER BROWN Lauderdale 

Lambda Chi Alpha 














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CARL BUNNER Jackson 

Pi Kappa Alpha 

ANDRE ROSALIND BUTLER Jackson 

Phi IVIu 

EDWARD R. CAMPBELL Jackson 

GORDON L. CARR Monticello 

Kappa Sigma 

BRUCE C. CARRUTH McComb 

KENNETH E. CHARLES Jackson 

Pi Kappa Alpha 

TOM CLAY Tutwiler 

Kappa Sigma 

HENRY CLEMENTS Jackson 

Kappa Alpha 

EDWIN COLE Jackson 

Phi Alpha 

ROBERT H. CONERLY Monticello 



FAY CONLEE Jackson 

Kappa Delta 

ANNIE RUTH CALLAHAN Jackson 

Phi Mu 

WOODROW E. COOK Canton 

Kappa Alpha 

W. B. COOPER Camden 

Pi Kappa Alpha 

WILLIAM W. CORRELL Jackson 

Pi Kappa Alpha 

MARY COWAN Grenada 

Beta Sigma Omicron 

ANN LOMAX CRESSWELL Jackson 

ERNESTINE CRISLER Jackson 

WILLIAM CROUT . . . , Hattiesburg 

HARRY H. CUNNINGHAM Oconee, Ga. 

JAMES DAVIS Columbus 

Lambda Chi Alpha 

BETTY DOSSETT Washington, D. C. 

Chi Omega 




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Phi Alpha 

DOROTHY NELL EVANS Sontag 

Vikings 

KENNETH L. FARMER Wesson 

J. V. PARR Harriston 

Vv/|NNIE FILES Jackson 

Vikings 

HARRY FOLV/ELL Jackson 

Kappa Alpha 

FRANK FOVv/LER Jackson 

Kappa Alpha 

PAUL M. FULTON Louisville 

JOHN GARRARD, JR Flora 

BILL GOODMAN Jackson 

Kappa Alpha 



LANCE COSS Jackson 

Kappa Alpha 

PRESTON COUCH Vicksburg 

CLARENCE H. CRECORY Jackson 

Kappa Sigma 

ERWIN L. CULLEGE, JR Crystal Springs 

Kappa Sigma 

CRIS HALL Drew 

Kappa Delta 

CHARLTON HARDIN Meridian 

WILLIAM ARTHUR HARRIS Lula 

JEAN HAUCHTON Jackson 

Chi Omega 

LOUISE HAVARD Lucedale 

Vikings 

RALPH HAYS Hattiesburg 

Kappa Sigma 

FLOYD E. HEARD Vicksburg 

Lambda Chi Alpha 

MARY RUTH HICKS Louin 








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BOBBIE NELL HOLDER Louin 

HECTOR HOWARD Jackson 

Kappa Sigma 

HARRY HUTCHINS Jackson 

Kappa Alpha 

CAROL HUTTO Jackson 

Kappa Delta 

RALPH HUTTO Jackson 

Pi Kappa Alpha 

PHILIP E. IRBY, JR Jackson 

Kappa Sigma 

PRESTON L. JACKSON Laurel 

Lambda Chi Alpha 

HOWARD JENKINS Jackson 

Lambda Chi Alpha 

CLAUDE JOHNSON Kilmichael 

FRANCES MARGARET JOHNSON .... Jackson 
Vikings 



RUTH JOHNSON Union 

WILLIAM P. JOHNSON Jackson 

Lambda Chi Alpha 

MICHAEL L. KIDDA Coaldale, Pa. 

MARY JANE KNIGHT Jackson 

Vikings 

ROY H. KOLB Jackson 

Lambda Chi Alpha 

ELIZABETH ANN LAMPTON Tylertown 

Beta Sigma Omicron 

FRANK M. LEE, JR Magnolia 

Kappa Sigma 

GEORGE LEE Vicksburg 

Lambda Chi Alpha 

DORIS LEECH Smithville 

Vikings 

J. E. LOTT Drew 

Lambda Chi Alpha 

GEORGE MADOX McComb 

Pi Kappa Alpha 

A. B. MAGEE Jackson 

Kappa Alpha 




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WILLIAM D. MANN Carthage 

Kappa Sigma 

RAY MARSHALL Jackson 

Lambda Chi Alpha 

Jerry Mayo Pocahontas 

Beta Sigma Omicron 

MARY FRANCES MEADOWS Quitman 

Kappa Delta 

LEONARD METTS Jackson 

EDWIN L. MILLER Jackson 

Lambda Chi Alpha 

CHARLES MITCHELL Jackson 

Lambda Chi Alpha 

TURNER MORGAN Jackson 

Kappa Sigma 

BILL MYERS Madden 

Lambda Chi Alpha 

DOT MYERS Deemer 

Beta Sigma Omicron 



R. D. McCEE Columbus 

DAVID MclNTOSH McComb 

JACK McLAlN Jackson 

BETTE McNEESE Tinsley 

Kappa Delta 

WILLIAM CURTIS NABORS Oxford 

Lambda Chi Alpha 

RICHARD W. NAEF Jackson 

ROBERT F. NAY Jackson 

JOHN A. NEILL Ellisville 

Pi Kappa Alpha 

WILLIAM M. NELSON, JR Yazoo City 

Delta Tau Delta 

GENE NETTLES Jackson 

MRS. ALICE NEVELS Jackson 

JANE ELLEN NEWELL Jackson 

Beta Sigma Omicron 






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ARCHIE R. PARKER, JR Columbus 

TALMADGE WAYNE PERROTT Summit 

SAM OTIS PIGOTT Meridian 

JOE POWELL Jackson 

Lambda Chi Alpha 



PATTI PRATHER Grenada » 

Beta Sigma Omicron 

F. W. PRICE Meridian 



SAMMIE PRICE Philadelphia 

Beta Sigma Omicron 



j ERNEST D. PRINCE Union 



JULIAN D. PRINCE Atlanta, Ca. 

Lambda Chi Alpha 

MIRIAM PROVOST Poplarville 

Kappa Delta 



ALLEN PRYOR Forest 

JESSE D. PUCKETT, JR Jackson 

Lambda Chi Alpha 



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BERT PYLE Meridian 

Kappa Alpha 

MARGARET RACLAND Jaci<son 

Chi Omega 



LESTER RICH Wesson 

THOMAS G. ROBERTS Montrose 

Kappa Sigma 



LUCY ROBINSON Jackson 

Chi Omega 

MARY KATHRYNA ROGERS Silver Creek 



WALLACE R. RUSSELL Memphis, Tenn. 

Pi Kappa Alpha 

MARILYN SANDERSON Laurel 

Kappa Delta 



BETTYE SANFORD Helena, Ark. 

Beta Sigma Omicron 

GEORGE SCOTT Prichard, Ala. 

Pi Kappa Alpha 



CATHERINE SHUMAKER Vicksburg 

Vikings 

CHARLES SIMON Tunica 

Lambda Chi Alpha 





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W, 0. SLAUGHTER, JR Jackson 

Pi Kappa Alpha 

ANNE PARKER SMITH Bay St. Louis 

Phi Mu 



CARLOS SMITH Biloxi 

CHARLES A. STEWART, JR Jackson 

Pi Kappa Alpha 



JOE STEWART Vicksburg 

ALVIN SUMMERLIN Biloxi 

Kappa Sigma 



WILLIAM M. SUTTLE Jackson 

Kappa Sigma 

HAROLD I. THOMAS Hernando, Fla. 



HOWARD TRIMBLE Jackson 

Lambda Chi Alpha 

MARY ANN TURNER Belzoni 



WALTER R. TURNER Corinth 

JESS WADE Jackson 



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EVERETTE R. WATTS Sumrall 

WILLIAM M. WEATHERSBY, JR Jackson 

Pi Kappa Alpha 



RUSSELL WEAVER Corinth 

Kappa Sigma 

ARTHUR WHATLEY Vicksburg 

Kappa Alpha 



HARRY WHYTE Jackson 

Lambda Chi Alpha 

THOMAS LEROY WICCERS Jackson 



ROBERT L. WILLIAMS, JR Jackson 

Lambda Chi Alpha 

WILLIAM R. WINANS Canton 



GERALD R. WOODWARD Jackson 

Kappa Alpha 

BILLY WRIGHT Jackson 

Pi Kappa Alpha 



JEAN WYNNE Jackson 

Vikings 

WESLEY YOUNGBLOOD Meadville 










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PATSY ABERNETHY Pontotoc 

Kappa Delta 

THOMAS ABERNATHY Jackson 

TOMMIE AINSWORTH . . . Hermanville 



ROBERT AMASON Jackson 

Kappa Alpha 

WILLIAM F. APPLEBY Eupora 

Pi Kappa Alpha 

BARBARA ATKINSON . . . Philadelphia 
Chi Omega 



WALTER BERRYHILL .... Greenwood 
Lambda Chi Alpha 

ROBERT BILLINGS McComb 

CAROL BLUMER Auburn 

Beta Sigma Omicron 



C. B. BOADWEE Jackson 

Kappa Alpha 

DOUGLAS BOYD Jackson 

Kappa Sigma 

ELMER BOYKIN Laurel 

Kappa Alpha 



MARY VIRGINIA BOYLES , Rolling Fork 
Kappa Delta 

CAROLE BRAUN Jackson 

Beta Sigma Omicron 

RUTH BREWER Jackson 



RANDLE L. BROWN Fayette 

DEWEY BUCKLEY Jackson 

MARION BURGE Vicksburg 

Beta Sigma Omicron 



ROBERT E. BURKE Gulfport 

Kappa Sigma 

LESLIE BURRIS Smithdale 

CHARLES BUTLER Jackson 

Pi Kappa Alpha 



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WALTER BUTLER Moselle 



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LAVERNE CAHOON 


Pickens 


BILL CARROLL 


. Tupelo 


Kappa Sigma 




ED GATES 


Jackson 


Kappa Alpha 




CAMPBELL CAUTHEN .... 


. Canton 


Kappa Alpha 




RIP CIRLOT M 


OSS Point 


Kappa Alpha 




FLOYD GRAY CLARK, JR. . . 


. Jackson 


WILLIAM F. COLEMAN . . . West Point 


Kappa Alpha 




LUCILLE COLLINS 


Jackson 


Beta Sigma Omicron 




ELAINE COMFORT 


. Jackson 


Beta Sigma Omicron 




THOMAS G. COOPER 


Ellisville 


Lambda Chi Alpha 




NELL GRAFT H 


attiesburg 


Phi Mu 




LARRY CROTHERS 


Jackson 


Kappa Sigma 




ROYCE H. DAWKINS, JR. . . . 


Meridian 


CORNELIA DE CELLE .... 


. Jackson 


Chi Omega 




FAYE DEWEES 


. Jackson 


Beta Sigma Omicron 




HAZEL HANES DOBBS .... 


. Jackson 


Phi Mu 




WILMA FAYE DYESS .... 


. Laurel 


Vikings 




RAY DURRETT Philadelphia 


RODERICK L ENTREKIN . . . 


Meridian 


CARL FELDER 


McComb 











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JOHN W. FLANAGAN . . . Mendenhall 
Kappa Sigma 



BENJAMIN FRANKLIN 



Jackson 



JOHN CADDIS Jackson 

Pi Kappa Alpha 



BETTY CARBER Jackson 

Beta Sigma Omicron 

GREER GEORGE Kosciusko 

Kappa Alpha 

BOB GRAHAM Meridian 

Kappa Alpha 



MATTIE MAE GRAHAM . . . Coldwater 
Phi Mu 

ELMORE GREAVES Jackson 

Kappa Alpha 

JUANITA GREGORY Jackson 

Beta Sigma Omicron 



WILLIAM LEE HARDIN, JR. . . Jackson 
Kappa Sigma 

JUNE HART Brandon 

MARY ELIZABETH HOLLAND . Jackson 
Kappa Delta 



BRUNNER HUNT Jackson 

Pi Kappa Alpha 

JOHNNY JABOUR Vicksburg 

Pi Kappa A'pha 

MARGIE D. JENKINS Jackson 

Chi Omega 



FRED JOHNSON Jackson 

Kappa Sigma 

AUDREA JONES Marks 

Phi Mu 

BILL JONES Booneville 

Phi Alpha 



WILLIAM BURWELL JONES 

Nashville, Tenn. 
Kappa Sigma 



W. M. JONES, JR Jackson 

Lambda Chi Alpha 

WILLIAM RICHARD JONES. JR 



Jackson 



Pi Kappa Alpha 



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ROBERT L. KATZES Meridian 

TOM KEMP Jackson 

Lambda Chi Alpha 

ANN KENNEDY Jackson 

Chi Omega 



DON R. KEY Morton 

Lambda Chi Alpha 



BETTYE LANCASTER . . 
Chi Omega 



Louisville 



MARTHA JEAN LEE Indianola 

Phi Mu 



VIRGINIA LEEP Jackson 

Chi Omega 

MERT LECLER Jackson 

Chi Omega 



FANNIE BUCK LEONARD 
Kappa Delta 



Jackson 



BEN LEWIS Utica 

EARL T. LEWIS Jackson 

Pi Kappa Alpha 

DORRIS LIMING Ashland 

Beta Sigma Omicron 



JOE MAJURE Madden 

MIKE MARTINSON Jackson 

Kappa Alpha 

WILLIAM G. MAY Jackson 

Kappa Sigma 



DAPHNE MIDDLEBROOK . . Kosciusko 

EDWIN MILLER Decatur 

JOHN MILLSAPS West Point 



JAMES MINNIS Jackson 

W. R. MONTGOMERY Jackson 

JIMMY McDonald Meridian 

Lambda Chi Alpha 





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RUBY ELLA McDONALD . . . Picayune 
Beta Sigma Omicron 

SAM NEWELL Jackson 

Pi Kappa Alpha 



DOROTHY LOUISE NORWOOD 



JOE W. O'CALLACHAN . . 
Pi Kappa Alpha 



Jackson 



Tupelo 



JIMMY O'FLARITY Jackson 

WALTON GREENE OWENS . . Aberdeen 
Kappa Sigma 



PAT PATTERSON . . Reform, Alabama 
Chi Omega 

JOHN P. PERKINS, JR Jackson 

Kappa Alpha 

JOE PUCKETT Jackson 

Lambda Chi Alpha 



CHARLES RANDLE Vaiden 

JAMES JULIUS RATLIFF, JR. . Jackson 
Kappa Alpha 

ERNEST PRESTON REEVES, JR 



Jackson 



Kappa Alpha 



PERRY RICHARDSON Bolton 

Kappa Sigma 

WALLACE RIDCWAY 

New York. N. Y. 
Pi Kappa Alpha 

KATHRYN RIMMER Canton 



PEGGY ROBB Jackson 

Phi Mu 

THOS. SANDERSON ROBERTSON, JR. . 
Jackson 
Kappa Alpha 

BEN ROOT Jackson 



GENE RUSSELL .... Memphis. Tenn 
Pi Kappa Alpha 

TOM SANFORD Jackson 

Kappa Sigma 



MONTE SAPPINGTON 



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LUCY SCOTT Gulfport 

GRADY L. SHARP .... Mendenhall 

RALPH F. SHOTTS .... Mendenhall 
Kappa Alpha 



AMELIA SIMMONS Magnolia 

Kappa Delta 

CALVIN SMITH Itta Bena 

Lambda Chi Alpha 



JEANNE FERN TANET 



ROSEMARY THICPEN . 
Vikings 



Waveland 



Meridian 



JAMES A. TOVv'NSEND Ethel 

GENEALA VAN VALKENBURGH . . . . 



Biloxi 



Vikings 



ROBERT W. V^ALKER .... Meridian 
Kappa Alpha 

HARRY V/ARREN Laurel 

Lambda Chi Alpha 

STEVE V^EBB Jackson 



CONRAD WELKER Grenada 

Kappa Sigma 

PAT WHITE Magee 

Lambda Chi Alpha 



BETTY ANN Vv/ILLIAMS 
Chi Omega 



Canton 



DUKE U/ILLIAMS Yazoo City 

Kappa Alpha 

GENE Vv'ILLIAMS Philadelphia 

Chi Omega 

GEORGE WILLIAMS Amory 



JAMES A. WILLIAMS .... Jackson 
Pi Kappa Alpha 

JOYCE WILLIAMS . . . Osceola, Ark. 
Beta Sigma Omjcron 

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September 15 Classes began with a total enrollment of 810. 

September 18-27 Confusion reigned as Rush Week gave way to pledging. The Greeks breathed a 

sigh of relief. 



October 2 



Grid enthusiasts cheered the Millsaps-Arkansas game, the Majors' first home tilt. 



October 23 Sunshine ushered in Homecoming Games with Southwestern. Kappa Sigs took float 

honors. 



First Row: 

MURIEL ALLEN Jackson 

MRS. CHARLENE ANDREWS West Point 

SUE ANTHONY Washington, Missouri 

Kappa Delta 

ROBERT N. ARINDER Morton 

OREN BAILESS Vicksburg 



Second Row: 

DORIS ANN BARLOW Greenville 

Phi Mu 

BEVERLY BARSTOW Vicksburg 

Kappa Delta 

BARBARA BARTLETT Greenwood 

Phi Mu 

FRANCES ANNE BEACHAM Jackson 

Chi Omega 

MITCHELL BEAIRD Jackson 

Kappa Alpha 



Fourth Row: 

CHRISTINE BREWER Crystal Springs 

Phi Mu 

PAT BUSBY Birwyn, Illinois 

Phi Mu 

MARY JANE CALMES Brooksville 

Chi Omega 

JIM CAMPBELL Pascagoula 

ROBBY NELL CHARMICHAEL Jackson 

Vikings 



Fifth Row: 

TURNER CASSITY Jackson 

Kappa Alpha 

ANNA COLEMAN Ashland 

Beta Sigma Omicron 

CAROLYN CORLEY Crystal Springs 

Chi Omega 

JOHN E. COVINGTON Jackson 

Kappa Sigma 

ROSEMARY CUNNINGHAM Jackson 

Chi Omega 



Third Row: 

ED BELL Jackson 

TOLBY BEVILL Tampa, Florida 

Kappa Alpha 

PEGGY BILLINGS McComb 

Vikings 

CHARLES BLUE Louisville 

Kappa Sigma 

PEGGY BONNER Jackson 

Kappa Delta 



Sixth Row: 

BETTY JO DAVIS Jackson 

Chi Omega 

GEORGE A. DAY Bentonia 

Pi Kappa Alpha 

LONNIE DECELL Vicksburg 

Kappa Sigma 

BETTY ANN DEMENT Jackson 

Kappa Delta 

DOT DOTY Jackson 

Chi Omega 



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October 27 Faculty and students adjourned to the football field for Play Day. Chi O's intrxj- 

duced new pep song. 



October 28 . . . 
October 30 . . . 
November 24-29 



Cherry was honored in special chapel for his record of service. 
Excitement ran rampant during Millsaps-Choctaw grudge battle. 
Thanksgiving Holidays! 



First Row: 

JACK EADY Crystal Springs 

MILDRED EAST Columbia 

Kappa Delta 

BEN EDWARDS Jackson 

Pi Kappa Alpha 

CAROLYN ESTES Grenada 

Kappa Delta 

H. C. EVERETT Port Gibson 

Lambda Chi Alpha 



Second Row: 

SARAH ANNE FRIDGE Jackson 

ARTHUR COODSELL Vicksburg 

Lambda Chi Alpha 

JOSEPH GOODSELL Vicksburg 

Lambda Chi Alpha 

HEV\/ITT GRIFFIN Jackson 

Phi Alpha 

ERNEST HARRISON, JR Jackson 



Fourth Row: 

DALE LAVONNE HUDSON Sumrall 

VIRGINIA HUGHES Jackson 

Phi Mu 

HARRY T. HUTCHINSON Vicksburg 

Kappa Sigma 

MARY EVELYN HUTCHINSON Magnolia 

Kappa Delta 

CECIL JENKINS Jackson 

Kappa Alpha 



Fifth Row: 

STACY JENKINS Jackson 

Kappa Alpha 

DOROTHY JERNIGAN Tupelo 

Kappa Delta 

EDMUND JOHNSTON, JR Jackson 

Phi Alpha 

LOU KERN Louise 

Chi Omega 

LINDA LANCDON Jackson 

Vikings 



Third Row: 

ROBERT HATHORN lackson 

Kappa Sigma 

V^ILTON S. HOLSTON V\/iggins 

LOUIS HOV^ARD Jackson 

LENORA HOWORTH Jackson 

DOT HUBBARD Forest 

Vikings 



Sixth Row: 

CLAY LEE Laurel 

DOROTHY JEAN LIPHAM Jackson 

Beta Sigma Omicron 

MARY LIPSEY Brookhaven 

Chi Omega 

YANCEY LOTT Kilmichael 

Lambda Chi Alpha 

PAT MARCUM Jackson 

Vikings 



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December 17 

December 17- 

January 4 



Annual Kappa Alpha Black and White Ball. 
Christmas Holidays. No more classes 'till 
next year! 



January 14-22 Exam, week saw the end of festivities and serious attention to books and such. 

January 26 The slate was wiped clean for the beginning of a new semester. 



First Row: 

DORIS MATHES Vicksburg 

Vikings 

MARY ALICE MOSS Raleigh 

Beta Sigma Omicron 



Fourth Row: 

PATSY OAKES Jackson 

Kappa Delta 

GLORIA OSWALT Alligator 

Chi Omega 



FAYE McALILLY Shelby LILLIAN PARKER Jackson 



LINDA McCLUNEY Houlka 

Vikings 

INEZ McCOY Walnut 

Vikings 



DON PEARSON Jackson 

Pi Kappa Alpha 

POLLY PHILLIPS Holly Bluff 

Chi Omega 



Second Row: 

WALTER McCREICHT Jackson 

Kappa Alpha 

BETTY JO McGAHA Clarksdale 

Beta Sigma Omicron 

YVONNE MclNTURFF McComb 

Vikings 

JAMES McMillan McComb 

Kappa Sigma 

LAMAR D. McQUIRTER Winona 

Phi Alpha 



Third Row: 

HAROLD E. NELSON Greenville 

Kappa Sigma 

JACK NELSON Hobbs, New Mexicc 

GEORGE NEVILLE, JR Meridian 

Kappa Alpha 

EDWARD NORTON Meridian 

Kappa Sigma 

SHIRLEY NORWOOD Jackson 



Fifth Row: 

RALPH PORTER Jackson 

Kappa Alpha 

R. H. POSEY Flora 

Kappa Sigma 

VIRGINIA PRICE Jackson 

Chi Omega 

BILLY PRINCE Philadelphia 

Pi Kappa Alpha 

CHARLES H. RAMSEY Glen Allan 

Kappa Sigma 



Sixth Row: 

EVA RATCLIFF Jackson 

LYNDA RHYMES Monticello 

Chi Omega 

ELIZABETH RIDGEWAY Jackson 

Kappa Delta 

HUBERT RHAY ROBINSON Burnsville 

SUE ROBINSON Clarksdale 

Beta Sigma Omicron 

NELL ROSS Crystal Springs 

Chi Omega 




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January 31 The Majors and Chocs renewed their rivalry, this time on the basketball courts 

at City Auditorium. 

February 7-8 Millsaps and Miss. College continued the series. 

February 28-March 2 . . . . Annual Dixie Conference Tourney. 

March 11 Sigma Lambda gave student talent a chance to perform in its annual varsity show. 



First Row: 

KATHRYN RUNCE Jackson 

Kappa Delta 

CLEDETH A. SANDERS Aberdeen 

BILLIE SAULS Jackson 

ONIE SCOTT Culfport 

Vikings 

BILL SELAH Jackson 

Kappa Alpha 



Fourth Row: 

J. FRED TOLAND Prichard, Alabama 

REINALDO TOLEDO Cienfuegos, Cuba 

POTEAT TURNER Jackson 

Kappa Alpha 

BETTY VAN LANDINCHAM Shelby 

Phi Mu 

CHERRY ANN Vv^ALKER Columbus 

Beta Sigma Omicron 



Second Row: 

FRANK SIMPSON Flora 

Kappa Sigma 

YVONNE SINGLETON Forest 

Beta Sigma Omicron 

CAROLYN SLATER Jackson 

Vikings 

CECIL H. SMITH Jackson 

Pi Kappa Alpha 

GLEN ALLEN SMITH Meadville 



Third Row: 

NOLA JEAN SPEIGHTS Carthage 

PARKS STEV\/ART Tupelo 

ROBERT L. STREANDER Drexel Hill, Pa. 

Kappa Sigma 

GENE SV\/ARTVv/OUT Pascagoula 

Kappa Delta 

HARMON TILLMAN Winona 

Kappa Sigma 



Fifth Row: 

ROBERT L. V^ALTON Poplarville 

Pi Kappa Alpha 

PEYTON WEEMS Lake 

JO ANNE V^/EISINGER Jackson 

PAUL Vv'HITMORE Jackson 

Pi Kappa Alpha 

BILL Vv'ILLS Jackson 

Kappa Alpha 



Sixth Row: 

JOAN Vv^lLSON Hazlehurst 

Chi Omega 

CHARLES WINDHAM Mize 

ANN ELIZABETH WOODS Holly Springs 

Phi Mu 

JACK L. WOODWARD Louisville 

Kappa Sigma 

BETTYE SUE WREN Vicksburg 

Kappa Delta 

BENNIE YOUNGBLOOD Meadville 



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March 19 The Pikes reigned supreme during a weekend of entertaining. Patsy Abernathy 

was chosen queen of the annual Cotton Ball, 

March 25-30 Students took advantage of the last holidays of the year. 

April 22 The Bucket went to new quarters as the Lambda Chi's won Stunt Night. 



First Row: 

MARILYN ABERNATHY Pontotoc 

Kappa Delta 

GEORGE ALEXANDER Jackson 

Lambda Chi Alpha 

ROBERT B. ANDERSON Natchez 

Pi Kappa Alpha 

JIM AYCOCK Jackson 

Kappa Sigma 

WILLIAM BAILEY Ripley 

Pi Kappa Alpha 



Second Row: 

BILLY BAKER '. . Macon 

Kappa Alpha 

RANDOLPH LEE BARNES Columbia 

Kappa Sigma 

WENDELL BLACK Jackson 

Pi Kappa Alpha 

DONNA SUE BOONE Tillatoba 

Phi Mu 

ADELIA BORDEN Tupelo 



Third Row: 

NELDA BRADFORD Fitler 

Vikings 

WILLIAM H. BREWER Booneville 

Kappa Sigma 

OLIVER BURFORD Tupelo 

DOROTHY BUSKIRK Louisville 

THELMA ANN CANODE Rome 

Beta Sigma Omicron 



Fourth Row: 

JEAN CARROLL Lyon 

Beta Sigma Omicron 

VIRGINIA CAVETT Jackson 

Chi Omega 

MARY LOU CHANDLER Jackson 

Phi Mu 

HILARY CHRISTIAN Jackson 

Phi Mu 

MARIANNE CHUNN Jackson 

Kappa Delta 

Fifth Row: 

CURTIS L. CLAPHAM Lyon 

DUNCAN CLARK Shaw 

Pi Kappa Alpha 

STANLEY CLENDENNING Jackson 

Pi Kappa Alpha 

BENNY CONERLY Kokomo 

Kappa Alpha 

M. B. COOPER Jackson 

Kappa Alpha 

Sixth Row: 

ELLA VIRGINIA COURTNEY Gulfport 

MAUREEN CRAWFORD Jackson 

BILLY CRIM Jackson 

Kappa Alpha 

ROBERT CRISLER Jackson 

Kappa Alpha 

GEORGE T. CURREY Vicksburg 

Lambda Chi Alpha 

Seventh Row: 

ANN DAMPEER Jackson 

Chi Omega 
CAROLYN DAVIS Jackson 

Phi Mu 
MARY DAYHOOD Ruleville 

Vikings 

BILLY DENHAM Jackson 

CLYDE E. DOWNING Jackson 




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(By this time improvements were well underway on the campus, and Millsaps began to look like a miniature 
battleground.) 

May 2-3 Seniors finished the last lap — comprehensives. 

May 12 The Players proved themselves worthy of praise with "Out of the Frying Pan". 

May 30 Commencement, at last, followed by the annual Kappa Sig Barn Dance. 



First Row: 

ANNIE DUNN Olive Branch 

Vikings 

ROY EATON Port Gibson 

Lambda Chi Alpha 

JEWEL VIRGINIA EDV\/ARDS Jackson 

Chi Omega 

MARY SUE ENOCHS Jackson 

Kappa Delta 

O'NARI EUDY Jackson 

Vikings 



Second Row: 

WILLIAM E. FARLOW Jackson 

Lambda Chi Alpha 

FORREST JEAN FERRELL Columbus 

IMOGENE FILES Jackson 

Vikings 

DOXEY FISHER Jackson 

Lambda Chi Alpha 

CHARLES FOSTER Jackson 

Pi Kappa Alpha 



Third Row: 

LUCRETIA FRANCIS Columbia 

Chi Omega 

EDWARD FREEMAN Jackson 

Lambda Chi Alpha 

PATTIE GOLDING Columbus 

Phi Mu 

ALBERT N. GORE, JR Mathiston 

BILLY MACK GRAHAM Jackson 

Kappa Alpha 



Fourth Row: 

ANNIE SUE GRANT Holly Springs 

Phi Mu 

BRELON EDWARD GRANTHAM Jackson 

Kappa Alpha 

WAVERLY HALL Drew 

Pi Kappa Alpha 

CATHERINE HAMILTON Jackson 

Chi Omega 

NORMA HARRELL Biloxi 

Kappa Delta 

Fifth Row: 

ELIZABETH HARRIS Laurel 

Kappa Delta 

JOHN HATHORN Jackson 

Kappa Sigma 

ROBERT HAYNES Jackson 

Pi Kappa Alpha 

JEWEL HILL Glen Allen 

MARY JOY HILL Louisville 

Sixth Row: 

BILLY HOLDEN Jackson 

JO HOLLAND Jackson 

Kappa Delta 

WILLIAM H. HOLLAND Vicksburg 

Pi Kappa Alpha 

JOE HOLLOWAY Okolona 

KATHERINE HORNSBY Roanoke, Alabama 

Seventh Row: 

SUE RIVERS HORTON Oakland 

Vikings 

ROSEMARY HOWIE Jackson 

Chi Omega 

THOMAS HUGHES Hattiesburg 

Kappa Sigma 

MARGARET LEE INMAN Flora 

Phi Mu 

ROBERT JACOBS Jackson 

Kappa Alpha 



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First Row: 

BILL JEFFREY Greenville 

Kappa Alpha 

FRANCES JOHNSON Jackson 

Vikings 

LANIER JONES Nashville, Tennessee 

Kappa Sigma 

JEAN KAVANAY Jackson 

Chi Omega 

BARRY KIMBROUGH Louisville 

Phi Alpha 

Second Row: 

GEORGE T. KURTS, JR Jackson 

Kappa Alpha 

B. F. LEE Greenwood 

Pi Kappa Alpha 

DAISY LEWIS Glen Allen 

DAVID LIGHTCAP Yazoo City 

Lambda Chi Alpha 

BARBARA LINDER Natchez 

Beta Sigma Omicron 

Third Row: 

FRANCES LIRELY Jackson 

Vikings 

CLAIRE LUSTER Clarksdale 

Chi Omega 

RANDY MANSFIELD Fayetteville, Tenn. 

Pi Kappa Alpha 

GERALD MARTIN Jackson 

Pi Kappa Alpha 

PATSY MARTINSON Jackson 

Chi Omega 



Fourth Row: 

LOREN L. MILLER Jackson 

Lambda Chi Alpha 

LOUISE MITCHELL Terry 

JACK MURPHY MOBLEY Jackson 

Kappa Alpha 
A. THOMPSON MONROE Jackson 

Kappa Alpha 
BILLY MURDOCK Greenwood 

Kappa Alpha 

Fifth Row: 

ROY McALILLY Louisville 

BARBARA McBRIDE Crenshaw 

Chi Omega 

ANNIE DORIS McWHIRTER Louisville 

LILA MAE NABORS Tippo 

Beta Sigma Omicron 
HERBERT NELSON Laurel 

Sixth Row: 

GEWNDOLYN OWENS Jackson 

Kappa Delta 

BOBBY PARKER Jackson 

Pi Kappa Alpha 

SHIRLEY PATTERSON Philadelphia 

VIRGINIA PEEBLES Jackson 

Chi Omega 
BETTY ANN POSEY Philadelphia 

Kappa Delta 

Seventh Row: 

FRANZ POSEY Jackson 

Lambda Chi Alpha 

NELL POU Laurel 

Kappa Delta 

CHARLES POWERS Jackson 

Lambda Chi Alpha 

KATHRYN READY Jackson 

Chi Omega 
VIRGINIA REESE Tupelo 



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First Row: 

MARTHA ELLEN RIVERS McComb 

Kappa Delta 

IRA ROBINSON Brandon 

ALICE MAY ROWLAND Charleston 

Beta Sigma Omicron 

DORIS RUCKER Jackson 

CHARLES SCOTT Jackson 

PI Kappa Alpha 

Second Row: 

DAVID SHELTON Winona 

Kappa Sigma 

JEANNE SHIELDS Tchula 

ANN MARAE SIMPSON Laurel 

Chi Omega 

HARMON SMITH, JR Carrollton 

Pi Kappa Alpha 

MARY SUE SMITH Jackson 

Phi Mu 

Third Row: 

RUTH STOCKTON Biloxi 

Vikings 

DONIE SYKES Jackson 

TOMMY THOMAS Jackson 

Pi Kappa Alpha 

FORREST TOHILL Jackson 

Kappa Sigma 

FRANKIE TREST Pascagoula 

Vikings 



Fourth Row: 

MARY JANE WADLINCTON Kosciusko 

Phi Mu 
JOHN T. WAKELAND Hattiesburg 

Kappa Sigma 
ANN WALKER Jackson 

Kappa Delta 
KERSH WALTERS Jackson 

Kappa Alpha 
BETTYE WATKINS Jackson 

Fifth Row: 

VERNON WATSON Quitman 

Lambda Chi Alpha 

SELBY WEIR, JR Newton 

JAMES M. WHITEHOUSE Durant 

Pi Kappa Alpha 

NANNIE PEARL WIGGINS Sidon 

Phi Mu 

MARILYN WILLIAMS Jackson 

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Sixth Row: 

MARTHA HALE WILLIAMS Greenwood 

Chi Omega 

KATHRYN WILSON Brookhaven 

Vikings 

HARRY WOODS Vicksburg 

MARTHA ANN WRIGHT Jackson 

Vikings 

MARTHA LOUISE WRIGHT Jackson 

Vikings 

Seventh Row: 

JIMMIE YOUNG Jackson 

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DUKE WILLIAMS President 

FRANK LEE Vice-President 

J. E. LOTT Secretary 



WOMEN 

BETTY DOSSETT President 

PAT BUSBY Vice-President 

PATSY ABERNATHY Secretary 

ELIZABETH ANN LAMPTON Treasurer 



The Panhellenic groups regulate the affairs of the fraternities and sororities on the 
campus, laying down rules governing rush week for the Creeks. This year the two organ- 
izations sponsored a campus-wide dance in the Victory Room. 







OFFICERS 

ED COLE President 

TAL BAGGETT Vice-President 

LAMAR McQUIRTER Secretary-Treasurer 



Organized locally in February, 1948, with Mike Engle as Chairman, Phi Alpha is the 
local group petitioning Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Since then the boys have gone to work on the 
campus. Big Mike is one of the mainstays of the football team, which is managed by 
Barry Kimbrough. 



TOP ROW: Baggett, Cole, Engle, Jones . . . BOTTOM ROW: McQulrter, Griffin, Johnson, Kimbrough. 





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Coodsell, A., Coodsell, J., Heard, Jackson, Jenl<ins, Johnson, Jones . . . THIRD ROW: Kemp, Key, Kolb, 
Lee, Lott, J., Miller, E., Mitchell . . . FOURTH ROW: Myers, Nabors, Powell, Prince. Puckett, Smith, 
Trimble . . . FIFTH ROW: Warren, White, Whyte, Williams, Anthony, Alexander, Currey . . . SIXTH 
ROW: Eaton, Farlow, Fisher, Freeman, Lightcap, Lott, Y., Marshall . . . SEVENTH ROW: Miller, L., 
McDonald, Posey, Powers, Puckett, J., Simon, Watson. 




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NATIONALLY FOUNDED: Boston University, November 2, 1909 
LOCALLY FOUNDED: October, 1939 



COLORS: Purple, Green, and Gold 



PUBLICATION: "Purple, Green, and Cold" 



OFFICERS 

FRANK BROWN President 

JOE POWELL Vice-President 

JESSE PUCKETT Secretary 

FRANK ALLEN Treasurer 



Under the guidance of chapter president Frank Brown, Theta Eta Zeta of Lambda 
Chi Alpha, has built its strength up to an all-time high. With the acquisition of a house, 
the Lambda Chi's really went into high gear. President Brown also served the student 
body as vice-president, numbering I. R. C. and O. D. K. among his other accomplishments. 
Don Key and the Goodsell brothers were stand-outs in the music department, and David 
Lightcap was elected Freshman King. Fast becoming famous for their campus-wide ball, 
the brothers also elected Betty McNeese as their sweetheart. 



MEMBERS 



Frank Allen 
Walter Berryhill 
Frank H. Boswell 
Frank Oliver Brown 
John A. Bryant 
Thomas C. Cooper 
James Davis 
H. C. Everett 
Arthur Goodsell 
Joseph Goodsell 
Sidney L. Head 
Floyd E. Heard 
Preston L. Jackson 
Howard Jenkins 
William P. Johnson 



W. M. Jones, Jr. 
Marion T. Kemp 
Don R. Key 
Roy H. Kolb 
George Lee 
James E. Lott 
Edwin L. Miller 
Charles Mitchell 
Bill Myers 

William Curtis Nabors 
Joe Powell 
Julian D. Prince 
Jesse D. Puckett, Jr. 
James R. Roberts, Jr. 
Calvin Smith 



Howard Trimble 
A. E. Anthony 
James R. Aldridge 
George Alexander 
George T. Currey 
Roy Eaton 
David B. Eddy 
William E. Farlow 
Doxey Fisher 
Edward Freeman 
David M. Lightcap 
Yancy Lott 
Ray Marshall 
Loren L. Miller 
Billy M. McDaniel 



Jimmy McDonald 

Jimmy L. Owens 

David Payne 

Franz Posey 

Charles Powers 

Joe Puckett 

Charles Simon 

Vernon Watson 

Harry Warren 

Pat White 

Harry Whyte 

Robert L. Williams, Jr. 

Arthur Colaianni 

Richard R. Priddy 



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Jabour, Jones, Lewis, Maddox, Neill . . . THIRD ROW: Newell, O'Callaghan, Pearson, Prince, Russell, C, 
Russell, W., Sco^t . . . FOURTH ROW: Slaughter, Smith, Stewart, C, Stewart, P., Walton, Weathersby, 
Whitemore . . . FIFTH ROW: Williams, Wofford, Wright, Anderson, Appleby, Bailey, Black . . . SIXTH 
ROW: Clark, Clendenning, Day, Edwards, Foster, Hall, Haynes, Holland . . . SEVENTH ROW: Lee, Mansfield, 
Martin, Parker, Scott, Smith, Thomas, Whitehouse. 



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NATIONALLY FOUNDED: University of Virginia, March 1, 1! 
LOCALLY FOUNDED: March 23, 1905 



COLORS: Garnet and Cold 
PUBLICATION: Shield and Diamond 



FLOWER: Lily of the Valley 



OFFICERS 

GEORGE MADDOX President 

PAUL KING Vice-President 

BOB WALTON Secretary 

LAWRENCE GIBSON Treasurer 



This year Alpha lota managed to walk off with numerous honors. Maddox was in 
everything from the football squad to ODK and making straight A's besides. Hutto was 
big-gun of the P&W, ODK, Alpha Psi, Who's Who, and several other things. Ayers and 
Charles also held down presidencies. Cotton Ball festivities climaxed a week-end round 
of parties for the Pikes and their dates. 







MEMBERS 




Lester Alvis 


Sam Newell 




Jimmy Alvis 


Randy Mansfield 


Dudley Beard 


Joe O'Callaghan 




Robert R. Anderson 


Gerald Martin 


Lee Bonner 


Don Pearson 




William F. Appleby 


Charles Myers 


Carl Bunner 


Billy Prince 




W. E. Ayers 


Bobby Parker 


Bill Butler 


Gene Russell 




William "Bill" Bailey 


Charles Scott 


Charles Butler 


Wallace R. Russell 




Richard Berry 


Harmon Smith, Jr. 


Kenneth E. Charles 


George Scott 




Wendell Black 


Tommy Thomas 


W. B. Cooper 


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Duncan Clark 


Hagan Thompson 


Vv'illiam V^. Correll 


Cecil Smith 




Stanley Clendenning 


James W. Whitehouse 


Rusty Cortwright 


Charles A. Stewart, 


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Bill Darby 


Ed Van Zandt 


John Caddis 


Parks Stewart 




George A. Day 




Lawrence Gibson 


Robert L. Walton 




Paul Day 




Richard Holmes 


Bill Watson 




Ben Edwards 




Brunner Hunt 


Bill Weathersby 




Charles Foster 




Ralph Hutto 


Gerald Welborne 




Paul Gaudet 




Johnny Jabour 


Paul Whitemore 




Waverly Hall 




Bill Jacobs 


Charles Wiggers 




Robert Haynes 




William Richard Jones, Jr. James A. Williams 




Royce Heflin 




Paul King 


John Wofford 




William H. Holland 




Earl T. Lewis 
Bill Lott 


Ben Woods 




B. F. Lee 
Jim McCoy 




George Maddox 


Billy Wright 




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Decell. Gregory, Culledge, Hardin, Hays, Howard, Hutchinson, Irby . . . THIRD ROW: Johnson, Lee, Mann, 
May, Morgan, Nelson, Norton, Owens . . . FOURTH ROW: Prince, Posey, Ramsay, Richardson, Roberts, 
Sanford, Simpson, Sumerlin . . . FIFTH ROW: Suttle, Tillman, Weaver, Welker, Williams, Aycock, Brewer, 
Barnes . . . SIXTH ROW: Covington, Flanagan, Crantham, Hathorn, J., Hathorn, R., Hughes, Jones, L. . . . 
SEVENTH ROW: Jones, W., McMilllan, Shelton, Streander, Tohill, Wakeland, Woodward. 



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NATIONALLY FOUNDED: University of Virginia, December 10, 1869 
LOCALLY FOUNDED: October 18, 1895 



COLORS: Scarlet, Green and White 
PUBLICATION: The Caduceus 



FLOWER: Lily of the Valley 



OFFICERS 

FRANK LEE President 

TOM ROBERTS Vice-President 

CLARENCE GREGORY Secretary 

BUDDY OWENS Treasurer 

FRED SCOTT JOHNSON G. M. C. 



O.D.K. Lee led the Kappa Sigs through another full year. Brothers Roberts and May, 
the last of the "old guard" carried on in the Star and Crescent tradition. Motor Carr took 
the lead on the campus as S.E.B. president, stellar basketball forward, and Who's Who. 
Bill Jones racked up another presidency, this time that of the Junior Class. "Little Boll 
Weevil" made his appearance; and Brothers Morgan, and Clay took the ladies of their 
choice to the altar. The Sig float took first honors at Homecoming, and the brothers made 
big plans for a house face-lifting. 



MEMBERS 



Moran R. Berbett 
Oakie Bingham 
Charles Blue 
Douglas Boyd 
Robert E. Burke 
Robert R. Burst 
Gordon L. Carr 
Bill Carroll 
John M. Clack 
William T. Clark 
Thomas G. Clay 
Larry Crothers 
Alonzo L. Decell 
Gene T. Fleming 
Clarence H. Gregory 
Erwin L. Gulledge, Jr. 
Doug Hammond 
William Lee Hardin, Jr. 
Ralph Hays 
Hector Howard 
Harry T. Hutchinson 
Philip E. Irby, Jr. 



Fred Johnson 
Richard E. Kennedy 
Frank M. Lee, Jr. 
William D. Mann 
William G. May 
Turner Morgan 
Harold E. Nelson 
Edward Norton 
Walton Greene Owens 
Ernest D. Prince 
R. H. Posey 
Charles H. Ramsay 
Perry Richardson 
Thomas G. Roberts 
Tom Sanford 
Frank Simpson 
Alvin Sumerlin 
William M. Suttle 
Harmon Tillman 
Russell G. Weaver 
Conrad Welker 
Thomas H. Williams 



Jim Ay cock 

William H. Brewer 

Randolph Lee Barnes 

John E. Covington 

John W. Flanagan 

Breland Edward Grantham, Jr. 

John Hathorn 

Robert Hathorn 

Thomas Hughes 

Lanier Jones 

William B. Jones 

James L. McMillian 

David Shelton 

Robert L. Streander 

Forrest Tohill 

John T. Wakeland 

Stan Wendt 

Jack L. Woodward 



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FIRST ROW: Amason, Baker. Barnett, Beaird. Bcvill, Boadwee. Boykin. Cassity . . . SECOND ROW: Cauthen, 
Circlot, Clements, Coleman, Cook, Folwell, Fowler, George . . . THIRD ROW: Goodman, Coss, Greaves, 
Hutchins, Jenkins, C, Jenkins, S., Magee, Martinson . . . FOURTH ROW: Perkins, Porter, Pyle, Ratlitf, Reeves, 
Robertson, Shotts, Walker . . . FIFTH ROW: Williams, Wills, Whatley, Woodward, Baker, Gates, Conerly, 
Cooper . . . SIXTH ROW: Crim, Crisler, Graham, B. M., Graham, B., Jacobs, Jeffrey, Kurtx, McCreight . . . 
SEVENTH ROW: Mobley, Monroe, Murdock, Neville, Selah, Turner, Walters, Young. 



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ALPHA MU CHAPTER 



NATIONALLY FOUNDED: Washington College, December 21, 1865 
LOCALLY FOUNDED: October 1, 1893 



COLORS: Ruby and Old Cold 



PUBLICATION: 



FLOWER: Magnolia and Crimson Rose 
Kappa Alpha Journal 



OFFICERS 

BILL GOODMAN No. I 

DUKE WILLIAMS No. 1 1 

ALDEN DAVIS No. Ill 



These exponents of Southern chivalry, led by Goodman, came through another year 
with much to show for it. Goodman, top man in I. R. C., was also on the rolls of Pi Kappa 
Delta, ODK, and the Economics Club. Coss was also a wheel — ODK, Alpha Psi, Business 
Manager of Bobashela, and Who's Who. Davis and Porter were married, and Brothers 
Cauthen, Jones, and Turner pinned. The Black and White brought out everybody on 
several campuses, as Brother Jones and his combo added to the general enjoyment. 
Kurtz, Bevill, Neville, Davis, Clements, and Gates represented Alpha Mu in athletic circles. 



MEMBERS 



Robert Amason 
Martin Baker 
Bill Barnett 
Jim Berwick 
Mitchell Beaird 
Tolby Bevill 
C. B. Boadwee 
Elmer Boykin 
Turner Cassity 
Campbell Cauthen 
Rip Cirlot 
Henry Clements 
William F. Coleman 
Weir Conner 
Woodrow E. Cook 
Alden Davis 
John Egger 
Allen Evans 
Harry Folwell 
Frank M. Fowler 
Greer George 
Bill Goodman 
Lance Goss 



Elmore Greaves 

Joe Henry 

Harry Hutchins 

Cecil Jenkins 

Stacy Jenkins 

Jack Jones 

Ernest Jordan 

A. B. Magee 

Mike Martinson 

John P. Perkins, Jr. 

Ralph Porter 

Bert Pyle 

Julius Ratliff 

Ernest Preston Reeves, Jr. 

Thomas Sanderson Robertson 

Ralph F. Shotts 

Billy Sumrall 

Dick Wall 

Robert W. Walker 

Duke Williams 

Bill Wills 

Arthur Whatley 

Gerald R. Woodward 



Billy Baker 
Ed Gates 
Benny Conerly 
M. B. Cooper 
Billy Crim 
Robert Crisler 
Billy Mack Graham 
Bob Graham 
Robert Jacobs 
Bill Jeffrey 
George T. Kurtz 
Walter McCreight 
Jack Mobley 
A. Thompson Monroe 
Billy Murdock 
George Neville, Jr. 
Bill Selah 
Poteat Turner 
Kersh Walters 
Jimmy Young 




TOP ROW: Arbuckle, Bell, Billings, Bradford. Carmichael. Dayhood . . . SECOND ROW: Dunn, Dyess, 
Evans, Eudy, Files, I., Files, W. . . . THIRD ROW: Havard, Hornsby, Horten, Hubbard, Johnson. F., Johnson. 
F. . . . FOURTH ROW: Knight. Langdon. Leech, Lirely, Marcum, Mathes, McCluney . . . FIFTH ROW: 
McCoy, Mclnturff, Scott, Shumaker, Slater, Stockton, Thigpen . . . SIXTH ROW: Trest, Van Valkenburg, 
Williams, Wilson, Wright, M. A., Wright, M. L., Wynne. 



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NATIONALLY FOUNDED: University of Oklahoma, April, 1938 
LOCALLY FOUNDED: July 19, 1943 



COLORS: Blue and White 



FLOWER: White Carnation 



PUBLICATION: N. I. S. A. Newsletter 



OFFICERS 

PEGGY BILLINGS President 

ROSEMARY THIGPEN Vice-President 

DORIS LEECH Secretary 

GENEALA VAN VALKENBURG Treasurer 

YVONNE MclNTURFF Historian 

ON IE SCOTT Sergeant-at-Ams 

LOUISE HAVARD House Chairman 

FRANCES JOHNSON Reporter 



Although not a Greek-letter organization the Vikings found its way into this section 
as one of the social groups for women. 

The Vikings made quite a name for themselves this year under the leadership of their 
versatile president, Peggy Billings. Although intramural teams weren't divided by social 
organizations, the Viking girls were stars, the brightest being Jean Wynne, Peggy Billings, 
Jean Files, and Penny Hardy. Dot Evans represented the group in the national contest for 
the sweetheart of National Independent Student Association. 

Yvonne Mclnturff was elected a favorite, and Ruth Stockton was tapped into Eta 
Sigma Phi. 

Parties ranging from a V^/hite Magic Ball to a Country Cousin Get Together enter- 
tained the girls. 



MEMBERS 



Gwendolyn Arbuckle 

Barbara Ann Bell 

Peggy Billings 

Alice Cage 

Robbie Nell Carmichel 

Nancy Cohen 

Mary Dayhood 

Ann Dunn 

Wilma Faye Dyess 

Dorothy Nell Evan^ 

Mary Eudy 

O'Nari Eudy 

Imogene Files 

Winnie Ruth Files 

Penny Hardy 

Louise Havard 



Kathryn Hornsby 

Sue Rivers Horten 

Dot Hubbard 

Frances Johnson 

Frances Margaret Johnson 

Mary Jane Knight 

Linda Langdon 

Doris Leech 

Frances Lirely 

Pat Marcum 

Doris Mathes 

Linda McCluney 

Inez McCoy 

Yvonne Mclnturff 

Marlon Pendegrarst 

Lena Mae Ray 



Ann Reagan 
Onie Scott 

Catherine Schumaker 
Carolyn Slater 
Dot Smith 
Ruth Stockton 
Rosemary Thigpen 
Genela Van Valkenburg 
Marilyn Williams 
Kathryn Wilson 
Martha Ann Wright 
Martha Louise Wright 
Jean Wynne 
Franki Trest 
Nelda Bradford 




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TOP ROW: Beacham, Davis, De Celle, Dossett, Doty, Haughton, Jenkins . . . SECOND ROW: Kennedy, 
Kern, Lancaster, Legler, Patterson, Phillips, Ragland . . . THIRD ROW: Rhymes, Robinson, Williams, 
Atkinson, Calmes, Cavctt, Corley . . . FOURTH ROW: Cunningham, Edwards, Francis, Hamilton, Howie, 
Leep, Lipsey . . . FIFTH ROW: Luster, Martinson, McBride, Oswalt, Peebles, Price . . . SIXTH ROW: 
Ready, Ross, Simpson, Williams, C, Williams, M. H., Wilson. 



CHI DELTA CHAPTER 



NATIONALLY FOUNDED: University of Arkansas, April 5, 1895 
- ■ LOCALLY FOUNDED: March 31, 1934 

COLORS: Cardinal and Straw FLOWER: White Carnation 

PUBLICATION: The Eleusis 



OFFICERS 

BETTY DOSSETT President 

JEAN HAUCHTON Vice-President 

BETTY ANN WILLIAMS Secretary 

MARGARET RACLAND ' . Treasurer 

CORNELIA DECELLE Pledge Trainer 

FRANCES ANN BEACHAM Correspondent 



President Dossett placed as a beauty for the fourth consecutive year. To round out 
her activities, she was elected to I.R.C., Sigma Lambda, and Miss Milisaps. DeCelle was 
also elected to Sigma Lambda and I.R.C. Other beauties were Ragland, Corley, Price, and 
Kennedy. Chi Delta added a trophy to its collection for its original pep song composed 
last fall. Lynda and Tommy were married ; and Corley, Ready, and Lancaster became 
fraternally tied. The house finally got new wallpaper and curtains. Kern and Patterson 
continued to lead cheers, and Lucy walked off the queenship of the Carnival Ball. 



MEMBERS 



Frances Ann Beacham 
Betty Jo Davis 
Cornelia DeCelle 
Betty Dossett 
Dot Doty 
Ann Fairly 
Joan Fox 
Jean Haugton 
Marcie D. Jenkins 
Ann Kennedy 
Lou Kern 
Bettye Lancaster 
Mert Legler 
Nadine McKinnon 
Pat Patterson 



Polly Phillips 
Margaret Ragland 
Lydna Rhymes 
Lucy Robinson 
Betty Ann Williams 
Barbara Atkinson 
Janie Calmes 
Virginia Cavett 
Carolyn Corley 
Rosemary Cunningham 
Jewel Edwards 
Lucretia Francis 
Catherine Hamilton 
Rosemary Howie 
Virginia Leap 



Mary Lipsey 
Claire Luster 
Patsy Martinson 
Barbara McBride 
Gloria Oswalt 
Virginia Peebles 
Virginia Price 
Kathryn Ready 
Nell Ross 

Ann Marae Simpson 
Margaret Ann Summers 
Gene Williams 
Martha Hale Williams 
Joan Wilson 




TOP ROW: Blumer, Braun, Coleman, Collins, Comfort . . . SECOND ROW: Cowan, DeWees, Carber, 

Gregory, Lampton . . . THIRD ROW: Liming, Lipham, Mayo, McDonald, Myers . . . FOURTH ROW: 

Newell, Prather, Price, Robinson, Sanford . . . FIFTH ROW: Williams, Surge, Canode, Carroll, Linder . . . 

SIXTH ROW: McCaha, Moss, Nabors, Rowland, Singleton, Walker. 



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ALPHA ZETA CHAPTER 



NATIONALLY FOUNDED: University of Missouri, December 12, 1888 

LOCALLY FOUNDED: September 1, 1926 

COLORS: Ruby and Pink FLOWERS: Richmond and Killarney Roses 

PUBLICATION: The Urn 



OFFICERS 

ELIZABETH ANN LAMPTON President 

MARY COWAN Vice-President 

DORRIS LIMING Pledge Trainer 

JUANITA GREGORY Secretary 

JANE ELLEN NEWELL .... Corresponding Secretary 

PATTI PRATHER Treasurer 

BETTY SANFORD Asst.-Treasurer 

SAMMIE PRICE Warden 

DOT MYERS Rush Chairman 

ANNA COLEMAN Editor 



The Beta Sigs have been at it again! Cowan and Liming were selected for Who's 
Who. Liming and Myers were also on the beauty list, and Lampton and Cowan held 
down numerous campus offices. The chapter continued to stand for excellent scholarship. 
Liming was secretary of S.E.B., among other honors. Lampton, Liming, Cowan, and 
Prather were all members of Sigma Lambda. Lipham continued to shine in the forensic 
department. 



MEMBERS 



Carol Blumer 

Carole Braun 

Anna Coleman 

Lucy Collins 

Elaine Comfort 

Mary Cowan 

Faye DeWees 

Betty Carber 

Juanita Gregory 

Elizabeth Ann Lampton 

Dorris Liming 



Dorothy Jean Lipham 

Jerry Mayo 

Ruby Ella McDonald 

Dot Myers 

Jane Ellen Newell 

Patti Prather 

Sammie Price 

Sue Robinson 

Bettye Sanford 

Joyce Williams 



Marion Burge 
Thelma Ann Canode 
Jean Carroll 
Barbara Linder 
Betty Jo McCaha 
Mary Alice Moss 
Lila Mae Nabors 
Alice Mae Rowland 
Yvonne Singleton 
Cherry Ann Walker 









TOP ROW: Left to right: Abernathy, Anthony, Bonner, Conlce, Dement, East . . . SECOND ROW: Estes, 
Hall, Holland, Hutchinson, Hutto, Leonard . . . THIRD ROW: McNeese, Meadows, Oakes, Provost, Ridge- 
way, Runge . . . FOURTH ROW: Sanderson, Simmons, Swartout, Wren, Abernathy, Barstow . . . FIFTH 
ROW: Boyles, Chunn, Enochs, Harrell, Harris, Holland . . . SIXTH ROW: Jernigan, Kavanay, Owens, 

Posey, Pou, Rivers, Walker. 



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NU CHAPTER 



NATIONALLY FOUNDED: Virginia State Normal College, October 23, 1897 

LOCALLY FOUNDED: September 26, 1914 

COLORS: Green and White . FLOWER: White Rose 

PUBLICATION: Angelos of Kappa Delta 



OFFICERS 

PATSY ABERNATHY President 

MARILYN SANDERSON Vice-President 

MIRIAM PROVOST Secretary 

CAROL HUTTO Treasurer 

PEGGY BONNER Assistant Treasurer 

FAY CONLEE Editor 

MARY ELIZABETH HOLLAND .... Rush Chairman 



Kappa Delta wrote off another year done up in best green-and-white tradition. Aber- 
nathy proved herself a top BWOC with a finger in everything, including the presidencies 
of Sigma Lambda and the Woman's Council and nomination to Who's Who. Swartout, 
Sanderson, and Pou rated on the beauty list, Abernathy and East walked away with class 
offices, and Hutto and Sanderson were tapped into Sigma Lambda. Tennant became Mrs. 
Wiggers early in the year. Walker and Swartout carried the colors in the dramatic field. 
Kappa Delta house suppers and parties continued to be known for their good food. 



Patsy Abernathy 

Sue Anthony 

Barbara Bell 

Peggy Bonner 

Faye Conlee 

Betty Ann Dement 

Mildred East 

Carolyn Estes 

Bobbye French 

Cris Hall 

Mary Elizabeth Holland 

Mary Evelyn Hutchinson 

Carol Hutto 

Fannie Buck Leonard 



MEMBERS 

Bette McNeese 

Mary Frances Meadows 

Patsy Oakes 

Miriam Provost 

Elizabeth Ridgeway 

Kathryn Runge 

Marilyn Sanderson 

Amelia Simmons 

Gene Swartout 

Mary LeCrand Tennant 

Betty Sue Wren 

Marilyn Abernathy 
Beverly Barstow 



Mary Virginia Boyles 
Marianne Chun 
Mary Sue Enochs 
Norma Harrell 
Elizabeth Harris 
Jo Holland 
Dorothy Jernigan 
Jean Kavanay 
Gwendolyn Owens 
Betty Ann Posey 
Nell Pou 

Martha Ellen Rivers 
Ann Walker 




TOP ROW: Barlow. Bartlett, Brewer, Busby, Butler . . . SECOND ROW: Callahan. Craft. Hughes. Jones, 

Lee . . . THIRD ROW: Smith. Van Landingham, Woods, Boone, Chandler . . . FOURTH ROW: Christian, 

Davis, Colding, Graham, Grant . . . FIFTH ROW: Inman, Robb. Smith. Wadlington. Wiggins. 



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EPSILON CHAPTER 



NATIONALLY FOUNDED: Wesleyan College, March 4, 1852 

LOCALLY FOUNDED; March 24, 1914 

COLORS: Rose and White FLOWER: Enchantress Carnation 

PUBLICATION: Aglaia 



OFFICERS 

PAT BUSBY President 

ANNE SMITH Vice-President 

MARY JANE BRENT Secretary 

ANN ELIZABETH WOODS Treasurer 

VIRGINIA ANN HUGHES Pledge Trainer 



Busby led Epsilon chapter during 1948-49. The girls began to talk about house- 
building, the dream of their group for several years. Phi Mu took top honors in Home- 
coming Parade along with Kappa Sig. Mary Lou Chandler blossomed out as a real addition 
to the Players. Callahan became Mrs. Cook along about Thanksgiving, and Peggy Robb 
became a general favorite around the campus. 



Doris Ann Barlow 
Barbara Bartlett 
Mary Jane Brent 
Christine Brewer 
Pat Busby 
Rosalind Butler 
Annie Ruth Callahan 
Nell Craft 
Doris Cuion 
Virginia Ann Hughes 



MEMBERS 

Audrea Jones 
Martha Jean Lee 
Anne Parker Smith 
Betty Van Landingham 
Ann Elizabeth Woods 
Donna Sue Boone 
Mary Lou Chandler 
Hilary Christian 
Carolyn Davis 



Pattie Colding 
Mattie Mae Graham 
Annie Sue Grant 
Gail Ingram 
Margaret Lee Inman 
Peggy Robb 
Mary Sue Smith 
Mary Jane Wadlington 
Nan Wiggins 



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TOP ROW: Left to right: Abernathy, Ash, Billings, Blount, Brown, Carr, DeCelle . . . MIDDLE ROW: Dossett, 

Goodman, Hutto, Katzes, Liming, Maddox, Metts . . . BOTTOM ROW: Nabors, Newell, Prince, D., Prince, J., 

Russell, Williams, D., Williams, J., Wofford. 



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IRONS OUT CAMPUS PROBLEMS 



OFFICERS 

CORDON CARR President 

FRANK BROWN Vice-President 

DORRIS LIMINC Secretary-Treasurer 



Composed of the heads of various representative organizations, the Student Executive 
Board does everything from setting up the yearly social calendar to amending the Consti- 
tution — of the Millsaps student body, of course. This year under Carr and Company has 
been another one to add to S. E. B.'s long list of achievements. 



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INTERESTED IN FEMININE PROBLEMS 



OFFICERS 

PATSY ABERNATHY '. . President 

JOYCE WILLIAMS Vice-President 

LINDA McCLUNEY Secretary 



This organization, made up of representatives from the social groups, the Y. W. C. A. 
and the Majorette Club, considers rules and regulations for the co-eds. It encourages good 
campus citizenship and serves as liaison between faculty and women students. 



TOP ROW: Abernathy, East, Jones, Lancaster . . . BOTTOM ROW: Lee, Liming, McCluney, Provost, Williams. 





TOP ROW: Goodman, Coss, Harris, Hutto, Jones . . . BOTTOM ROW: Lee, Maddox, Pigott, C. Russell, W. 

Russell. 



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CAMPUS LEADERS AMONG MEN 



OFFICERS 

GEORGE MADDOX President 

LANCE GOSS Vice-President 

DR. ROSS MOORE Secretary-Treasurer 

PROF. FERGUSON, DR. SMITH, DR. WHARTON . . . Faculty Members 



Recognition by Omicron Delta Kappa is one of the highest honors that can come to a 
Millsaps man. Its standards are high, requiring outstanding scholarship and leadership 
ability. The gold key of ODK is the symbol of one of the top honoraries on the campus. 



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O. D. K. HAS NOTHING ON THEM 



OFFICERS 

PATSY ABERNATHY President 

DORRIS LIMING Vice-President 

ELIZABETH ANN LAMPTON Secretary-Treasurer 

CAROL HUTTO Historian 

MRS, COBB, MRS. STONE, MRS. GOODMAN .... Faculty Advisors 



Sigma Lambda membership means executive ability in activities, as v^ell as excellent 
scholarship. It is given to the most outstanding co-eds on the campus. The hope of the 
organization this year has been that of buying a silver tea service for the college, and to 
help finance it they presented their annual Varsity Show. 



TOP ROW: Left to right: Abernathy, Billings, Cowan, DeCelle, Dossett 
ton. Liming, Prather, Sanderson. 



BOTTOM ROW: Hutto, Lamp- 





TOP ROW: Left to right: Arbuckle, Blumer, Cauthen, Cowan, Coss . . . MIDDLE ROW: Hall, Hutto, C, 
Hutto, R., Lampton, Mayo . . . BOTTOM ROW: Nettles, Newell, Ridgeway, Russell, Swartout. 



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OFFICERS 

GENE RUSSELL President 

SAM NEWELL Vice-President 

LANCE COSS Secretary-Treasurer 

DR. WHITE. MR. HARDIN, MISS MOOREHEAD . . . Faculty Advisors 



No one has to speak for Alpha Pi of Alpha Psi Omega; their dramatic productions 
speak for themselves. "Out of the Frying Pan" is a good example of what this group can 
accomplish in discovering and directing dramatic talent. Members of Alpha Psi, not con- 
tent to limit their activities, also perform in Little Theatre plays and other productions 
around the campus. 



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OFFICERS 

SAMMIE PRICE President 

CATHERINE SHUMAKER Vice-President 

DOT ANGER Secretary 

JANE ELLEN NEWELL Treasurer 

MARY ANN TURNER Corresponding Secretary 

DOT MYERS Scrapbook Chairman 

PROF. AND MRS. HAYNES, MRS, SMITH Faculty Advisors 



These young ladies will soon be instructing the younger generation in the three R's 
and other subjects. For membership in Kappa Delta Epsilon a co-ed must display unusual 
interest and scholarship in the field of education. 



TOP ROW: Left to right: Anger, Blumer, Crisler, Dobbs, Johnson, Lampton . . . MIDDLE ROW: Lee, Leech, 
Meadows, Myers, McDonald, Newell . . . BOTTOM ROW: Price, Sanderson, Sanford, Shumaker, Turner. 





TOP ROW. Left to right: Brown. Buckley, Crout, Cunningham, Dobbs, Johnson . . . SECOND ROW: Majure, 

Meadows, Puckett, Russell, Sanderson. Scott . . . THIRD ROW: Aiuvalasit, Andrews. Beacham, Cassity, 

Dement, Doty . . . FOURTH ROW: Franklin, Hicks, Holder, Hunt, Sauls, Turner. 







THEY DO AS THE ROMANS DID 



OFFICERS 

HARRY CUNNINGHAM President 

DEWEY BUCKLEY Vice-President 

DOT DOTY Secretary-Treasurer 

MRS. COBB, MISS CRAIG, DR. HAMILTON, MR. HARDIN, 

MRS. GOODMAN, MRS. COULETT Faculty Advisors 



Eta Sigma Phi is the honorary which encourages high scholarship among students of 
the classical languages. Their programs are on related topics, and their annual banquet 
brings the members out in full regalia to partake of roasted pig in the manner of the ancients. 



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MILLSAPS' WALL STREET 



OFFICERS 

RANDLE BROWN President 

TOM KEMP Vice-President 

JOHN GARRARD Secretary-Treasurer 



As the name implies, this organization is formed by the "brain-trust" of the Economics 
Department. Their long harangues over the national budget and such matters would leave 
a less energetic group exhausted. 



TOP ROW: Left to right: Alvis, Armstrong, Brown, Bunner, Dawkins, Farr, Garrard . . . SECOND ROW: 

Goodman, Gregory, Hutchins, Irby, Jabour, Jenkins, Johnson, F. . . . THIRD ROW: Johnson, W., Kemp, 

Marshall, Martinson, Miller, Mitchell, Nelson . . . FOURTH ROW: O'Callaghan, Pryor, Puckett, Jesse, 

Puckett, Joe, Webb, Whyte, Wiggers, Wright. 




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MEN OF LITERARY MERIT 



OFFICERS 

PHILLIP MURPHY Secretary 

DR. WHITE, PROF. HARDIN, PROF. SANDERS . . . Faculty Advisors 



Kit Kat, men's literary honorary, was re-activated at the end of last year. It encourages 
writing ability among its members, providing a serious atmosphere for criticism and dis- 
cussion. It seems to be preserving its reputation of being one of the most exclusive groups 
on the campus. 



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WOMEN WRITERS OF TOMORROW 



OFFICERS 

CRIS HALL President 

CORNELIA DE CELLE Vice-President 

ERNESTINE CRISLER Secretary-Treasurer 

FRANCES JOHNSON . Reporter 

MRS. GOODMAN, MRS. STONE, MISS MOREHEAD . . Faculty Advisors 



A local, women's honorary, Chi Delta rewards excellence in literature and creative 
writing among the co-eds. Its meetings are devoted to reading and discussion of original 
selections. 



TOP ROW: Arbuckle, Crisler, Conlee, Cresswell . . . BOTTOM ROW: DeCelle, Gregory, Hall, Johnson, Smith. 





TOP ROW: Left to right: Alexander, Berryhill, Boswell, Farmer, Graham 
Lewis, Naef, Prather, Smith, Wofford. 



BOTTOM ROW: Jenkins, 



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MEN AND WOMEN OF MEDICINE 



OFFICERS 

DENZEL PRINCE President 

RICHARD NAEF Vice-President 

MARY COWAN Secretary 

JOHN WOFFORD Treasurer 

PATTI PRATHER Historian 

WEIR CONNER Editor 



This honorary is a national one for the recognition of students outstanding in pre- 
medical work. Their meetings are devoted to discussions on related subjects. Member- 
ship in Alpha Epsilon Delta is a real honor for a pre-med student at Millsaps. 



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THEY GIVE THEIR ALL FOR SCIENCE 



OFFICERS 

JOE POWELL President 

KENNETH FARMER Vice-President 

PATTI PRATHER Secretary-Treasurer 

DR. PRICE, DR. PRIDDY. PROF. GALLOWAY . . . Faculty Members 



Only recently re-activated at Millsaps. Theta Nu Sigma is an up-and-coming national 
honorary. It taps into its membership outstanding majors in the natural sciences. These 
Darwins and Pasteurs keep informed of the latest developments in their field. 



TOP ROW: Barton, Berryhill, Boswell, Burke, Farmer, Kidda . . . MIDDLE ROW: Lee, Morgan. McDonald, 
McLain, Naef, Prather . . . BOTTOM ROW: Prince, Powell, Reeves, Root, Winans, Wofford. 







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TOP ROW: Leff to right: Arbuckle, Brown, Coleman, Goodman, Greaves . . . BOTTOM ROW: Harrell. Jones, 

Lipham, Maddox, Walton. 



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ALWAYS OPEN FOR ARGUMENT 



OFFICERS 

RANDLE BROWN Senior Chairman 

LANIER JONES Junior Chairman 

DOROTHY JEAN LIPHAM Rebuttal Chairman 

PROF. FERGUSON, DR. WALLACE, DR. WHARTON, 

MRS. WOODS, AND DR. ROBISON Faculty Advisors 



The members of the Debate Club argue long and loud for the glory of Millsaps in 
inter-collegiate meets and seem to like it. Preparation of briefs and related information 
requires real work, which these debaters always seem to put out. 



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OFFICERS 
BILLNABORS President 



Although small, this organization has outstanding college leaders in its ranks. They 
are rewarded by a number of debating trips in the spring, for work which requires both 
brains and talent. With "talkers" such as Goodman and Hutto they turned in a good 
performance this year. 



TOP ROW: Left to right: Goodman, Gregory, Hutto . . . BOTTOM ROW: Maddox, Nabors, Nettles. 





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Society Editor ,. Anna Coleman 

Staff Editor C. C. Boadwee 

Radio Editor Crls Hall 

Circulation Editor... Jea n Wynn 

News Writers: — Carol Hutto, Billy Crout, Chnek Hall, Oliver Burford, Barbara Linder, 

O'Nari Eudy, Marilyn Williams. 
Feature Writers: — Sam Woolvin, Mary Lou Chandler, Jean Shields, Gwen Arbuckle, 

Dave Shelton, Jim Whitehouse. 
Sports Writers: — Jean Shields, Sam Newell, Lee Baker. 
Typists; — Maureen Crawford, Ann Walker, Margaret Inman. 
Cartoonists: — John Gaddis, Tom Abernathy, Lowrey Vamado, Roy Lawrence. 
Society Writers: — Maureen Ci-awford, Frances Johnson. 
Proof Readers: — Carol Blumer, Barbara Linder. 

Business Assistants: — Tliomas WilliamB, Fannie Back Leonard, Bob .Anderson, Forres 

Toliill, Billy Brewer. 
Photearaphers ! — Mike Martinson, Eusaell Hobsrood. 



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The Purple and White can point with pride to the newly-mounted Bell, which it 
was active in restoring in the spring of 1948. Editor Hutto and staff could usually be 
located in the basement of the library Monday through Wednesday of each week, putting 
the finishing touches on Friday's edition. Red-letter papers were the April Fool Burpie 
and Gripe, the Co-eds' number and the Freshman edition. 




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CORNELIA DECELLE 
Editor 



MIKE MARTINSON 
Assistant Editor 



EDITORIAL STAFF 

EDITOR-IN-CHIEF .... Cornelia DeCelle 
ASSISTANT EDITOR .... Mike Martinson 
ORGANIZATIONS EDITOR . . . Ann Fairly 

LITERARY EDITOR Dot Doty 

ART EDITOR Juanita Gregory 

PUBLICITY EDITOR Millye East 

CLASS EDITOR Peggy Bonner 

SPORTS EDITOR Christine Brewer 

SPORTS EDITOR Lee Baker 

SNAPSHOTS Russell Hobgood 

SNAPSHOTS Weir Conner 




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BUSINESS STAFF 

BUSINESS MANAGER Lance Coss 

ASSISTANT BUSINESS MANAGER .... John Perkins 
CIRCULATION MANAGER . . Elizabeth Ann Lampton 



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The staff is especially grateful to Jaunite 
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Assistant Business Manager 




TOP ROW: Boadwee, Cassity, Chandler, Cresswell, East, Eudy . . . BOTTOM ROW: Coss, Hall, C. Hutto, 
R. Hutto, Lee, Newell, Ratcliff. 



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THEY WRITE TO RELAX 



OFFICERS 

LANCE COSS President 

MILLYE EAST Vice-President 

PHILLIP MURPHY Secretary-Treasurer 

DR. WHITE, MISS MOREHEAD, PROF. HARDIN . . . Faculty Advisors 



During their second year at Millsaps the Scribblers have increased their membership 
of those interested in writing. Never too busy to criticize the efforts of fellow members, 
they look forward to the annual Literary Festival to display their work. 



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OBSERVERS ON THE NEWS FRONT 



OFFICERS 

BILL GOODMAN President 

AL SUMMERLIN Vice-President 

GRACE EDWARDS Secretary 

DR. MOORE, PROF. HARDIN, DR. ROBISON, 

DR. WHARTON. PROF. FERGUSON Faculty Advisors 



The lively discussions at the bi-weekly meetings of the Internal ional Relations Club 
cover every spot--well, almost---on the globe. With Dr. Moore providing material in the 
wit department, they dispense refreshments and world affairs with equal ease. 



TOP ROW: Brown, Crout. DeCelle, Dossett, Goodman, Greaves . . . BOTTOM ROW: Jones, Maddox. Nabors, 
Roberts, C. Russell, W. Russell, Summerlin. 



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TOP ROW: Left to right: Appleby. Arinder, Ash, Atkins, Barley. Barlow, Billings . . . SECOND ROW: Blount, 
Brown, Campbell, Clark, Conerly, Currey, Entrckin . . . THIRD ROW: Fcldcr, Fulton, Core, Harris, Holston, 
Johnson, Jones . . . FOURTH ROW: Katzes, Kimbrough, Lee, B., Lee, C, Maddox, McAlilly, McCee, Mc- 
intosh . . . FIFTH ROW; Millsaps, Nay, Norton, Parker, Perrot, Porter, Price, Randle . . . SIXTH ROW: 
Robinson, Russell, Sanders, Smith, C, Smith, H., Stewart, Thomas, Tillman . . . SEVENTH ROW: Toland, 
Toledo, Townsend, Watts, White, Woodward, Youngblood, B., Youngblood, W. 



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FUTURE LEADERS IN METHODISM 



OFFICERS 

ROBERT KATZES President 

JOHN ATKINS Vice-President 

BILL PRICE Secretary- Treasurer 

WESLEY YOUNCBLOOD Publicity Chairman 



This organization is one of the most active of the religious groups. Among its ranks 
are many of the outstanding men at Millsaps. The Ministers are never too busy to take part 
in intramural sports and other worthwhile college activities. 



MEMBERS 



Selby Alsworth 

Bill Appleby 

Robert Arinder 

John Ash 

John Atkins 

Bill Bailey 

Hubert Barlow 

Robert Billings 

Henry Blount 

Frank Brown 

Jim Campbell 

Travis Lynwood Campbell 

Bill Carroll 

Duncan Clark 

Bob Conerly 

Louis Cox 

George T. Currey 

Bob Dickerson 

Rod Entrekin 

Carl Felder 

Paul Fulton 

Albert N. Gore 

Billy Harris 

Wilton Holston 

Claude Johnson 

Bill Jones 



Bob Katzes 
Barry Kimbrough 
Roy Lawrence 
B. F. Lee 
Clay Lee 
Rex Loflin 
Bill Lott 
Bill Lyons 
George Maddox 
Lamar Martin 
Roy McAlilly 
■C. C. McCaskill 
R. D. McGee 
David Mcintosh 
John Millsaps 
Bob Nay 
Pete Norton 
Archie Parker 
Howard T. Payne 
Wayne Perrot 
Ralph Porter 
Bill Price 
Charles Randle 
Crawford Ray 
Ira Robinson 
John Robinson 



Gene Russell 
Cledith Sanders 
Glen Allen Smith 
Harmon Smith 
Carroll Starkey 
Parks Stewart 
Charles Swenson 
Harold Thomas 
Harmon Tillman 
Fred J. Toland 
Ray Toledo 
James Townsend 
Wilbur Walker 
Emory Warrick 
Everette Watts 
Charles Weeks 
Raymond Wesson 
Pat White 
Charles Wiggers 
Robert Winter 
Jerry Wise 
Jack Woodward 
Ben Youngblood 
Wesley Youngblood 



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TOP ROW: Ash, Billings, Blount, Bonner, Brown, Carr, Charles, Entrekin . . . MIDDLE ROW: Goodman, 

Harris, Hutto, Jones, Katzes, Leonard, Liming, Maddox . . . BOTTOM ROW: Mcintosh, Newell, Robinson, 

Russell, Smith, White, Wofford. 



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SERVING FOR THE MASTER 



OFFICERS 

HENRY BLOUNT President 

PAT WHITE Vice-President 

FANNIE BUCK LEONARD Secretary 

RODERICK ENTREKIN Treasurer 

DR. FLEMING, DR. OLIVER, DR. SMITH, 

DEAN REICKEN Faculty Sponsors 



The Christian Council embodies the unification of all the religious groups at Millsaps. 
It directs and co-ordinates all such activity, centering its efforts on Religious Emphasis Vv/eek. 



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OFFICERS 

PEGGY BONNER President 

CARROLL STARKEY Vice-President 

MILDRED EAST, JIMMIE MINNIS, 

CAROLYN SLATER Secretaries 

JESSE PUCKETT Treasurer 

DR. ROBISON Faculty Advisor 



The Baptist Student Union has added much to the college life of our Baptist students. 
An unusually active group, they add much to the Christian spirit which typifies Millsaps. 



TOP ROW: Left to right: Bonner, Canode, Carmichael, East, Norton . . . MIDDLE ROW: Jones, Lipham, 
Miller, Minnis, Nettles . . . BOTTOM ROW: Puckett, Reese, Smith, Walker, Watkins, Wiggins. 





TOP ROW: 
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Alexander, Anderson, Anthony, Brown, Cunningham, Haynes . . . SECOND ROW: Johnson, 
Under, Price, Scott . . . BOTTOM ROW: Shields, Wadlington, White, Whitehouse, Williams. 





EXAMPLES OF PRESBYTERIAN SOLIDARITY 



OFFICERS 

PAT WHITE President 

MARY JANE WADLINGTON Vice-President 

GILBERT ALEXANDER Secretary-Treasurer 

MR. AND MRS. R. R. HAYNES .... Faculty Advisors 



The Westminster group has enjoyed an unusually busy year. They can be frequently 
found meeting in the Haynes' back yard for special programs. In addition to its campus 
activities, the organization also meets monthly for dinner, recreation, and lectures at the 
First Presbyterian Church. 



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METHODISTS SERVING MILLSAPS 



OFFICERS 

RODERICK ENTREKIN President 

LOUISE HAVARD Vice-President 

LINDA McCLUNEY Secretary 

ROBERT BILLINGS Treasurer 

ANNA COLEMAN, SUE ROBINSON . Publicity Chairmen 
BILLY HARRIS, CLAUDE JOHNSON . . Program Chairmen 
DORIS LEECH, CARL FELDER . . Deputations Chairmen 

BILLY CROUT Motive Representative 

MISS MOREHEAD, DR. FLEMING. 

DR. OLIVER Counselors 

The Wesleyan Group is composed of the Methodist students on the campus. Its pur- 
pose is to promote spiritual growth and maintain fellowship. The members engage in many 
activities, including the Wesleyan Players, deputation teams, and workshop groups. 



TOP ROW: Entrekin, Havard, McCluney, Billings, Robinson . . . BOTTOM ROW: Harris, Johnson, Leech, 

Felder, Crout. 





TOP ROW: Left to right: Boykin, Charles, Christian, Cresswell, Downing, Foster . . . BOTTOM 
Caddis, Hall, Leonard, Mansfield, Ragland, Robinson. 



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EPISCOPALIANS CARRY ON 



OFFICERS 

KENNETH CHARLES President 

FANNY BUCK LEONARD Vice-President 

BETTY DOSSETT Secretary 

MARGARET RAGLAND Treasurer 

MR. RUSSELL, DR. GIRVIN Faculty Advisors 



During its third year on the campus this organization of Episcopalian students was 
again vitally interested in the work of its Church. It has worked with both St. Andrew's 
and St. Columb's to round out a successful year. 



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OFFICERS 



DORRIS LIMING President 

FANNIE BUCK LEONARD Vice-President 

PEGGY BILLINGS Secretary 

SUE ROBINSON Treasurer 



CARLOS SMITH President 

JOHN EGGER Vice-President 

BRUCE CARRUTH Secretary 

FRANK BOSWELL Treasurer 



The "Y" groups can boast the largest membership of any organization at Millsaps. 
They are devoted to worship and service and are two of the most active groups on the 
campus. 



FIRST ROW: Estes, East, Leonard, Billings, Abernathy, Prather . . . SECOND ROW: Scott, Robinson, 

Williams, Davis, Liming . . . THIRD ROW; Entrekin, Carruth, Boswell, Smith . . . FOURTH ROW: 

Alexander, Lee. Blount, Crout. 




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LEONARD METTS President 

JOE POWELL Vice-President 

ELIZABETH ANN LAMPTON Secretary 

RICHARD NAEF Business Manager 



FRONT ROW: Left to right: Miriam Provost, Dorris Lim ng, Mildred East, Ruby Ella McDonald, Mary Virginia Boyles, Carol Braun. Dot Hubbard. 
Alvin Jon King, Director, Peggy Billings, Marcie D. Jenkins, Mary Elizabeth Holland, Dot Doty, Patsy Abernathy, Jane Ellen Newell, Virginia 
Leep . . . SECOND ROW: Ann Marae Simpson, Elizabeth Ann Lampton, Rosemary Thigpen, Linda Langdon, Mary Alice Moss, Elizabeth 
Ridgway, Eettye Watkins, Peggy Bonner, Mert Legler, Yvonne Mclnturff, Betty Jo Davis, Lucy Scott, Doris Leech, Virgin'a Cavett, Pat Busby, 
Hilary Christian . . . THIRD ROW: Carolyn Slater, Frankie Trest, Williem Wills, Cecil Jenkins, Clay Lee, William Jeffrey, Henry Bonney, 
Bennie Youngblood, Robert Eill.ngs, Don Pearson, James Metts, Joe Powell, Conrad Welker, Frances Johnson, Beverly Barstow . . . BACK 
ROW: William Price, Charles Markham, Leonard Metts, Richard Naef, David Mcintosh, Weir Conner, William Wright, William Crout, Lavonne 
Hudson. Hagan Thompson, Carroll Starkey, Ralph Porier, Gene Nettles, Tranz Posey. 






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The Singers wrote off another year well-done. Not only did they present programs 
around the state, but they also toured the West, arriving in Colorado in time to greet the 
snow. Their polished performances do not just happen accidentally; they are the product of 
long practise early and late. The Singers will always be a real credit to Millsaps. 

MEMBERS 



SOPRANOS 

Patsy Abernathy 

Beverly Barstow 

Pat Busby 

Theima Ann Canode 

Jean Carroll 

Virginia Cavett 

Hilary Christian 

Marianne Chunn 

Nancy Cohen 

Ann Dampeer 

Betty Jo Davis 

Millye Fast 

O'Nari Eudy 

Patti Colding 

Penny Hardy 

Jewell Hill 

Jo Holland 

Mary Elizabeth Holland 

Sue Horton 

Dot Hubbard 

Marcie D. Jenkins 

Linda Langdon 



Frances Lirely 
Yvonne Mclnturff 
Mary Alice Moss 
Gloria Oswalt 
Gwendolyn Owens 
Miriam Provost 
Eva Ratcliff 
Kathryn Ready 
Mary Anne Reagan 
Kathryn Runge 
Lucy Scott 
Onie Scott 
Ann Marae Simpson 
Carolyn Slater 
Dot Smith 
Mary Sue Smith 
Rosemary Thigpen 
Cherry Ann Walker 
Nan Wiggins 
Martha Hale Williams 
Kathryn Wilson 
Martha Ann Wright 
Martha Louise Wright 



ALTOS 

Peggy Billings 

Peggy Bonner 

Jean Boozer 

Mary Virginia Boyles 

Nelda Bradford 

Carole Braun 

Elaine Comfort 

Virginia Courtney 

Carolyn Davis 

Dot Doty 

Grace Edwards 

Jewel Edwards 

Mary Sue Enochs 

Norma Harrell 

Jean Haughton 

Katherine Hornsby 

Virginia Ann Hughes 

Frances Johnson 

Elizabeth Ann Lampton 

Betty Lancaster 

Doris Leech 

Virginia Leep 

Mert Legler 

Daisy Lewis 

Dorris Liming 

Claire Luster 

Patsy Martinson 

Ruby Ella McDonald 

Louise Mitchell 

Jane Ellen Newell 

Elizabeth Ridgway 

Nell Ross 

Anne Smith 

Donie Sykes 

Frankie Trest 

Bettye Watkins 

Gene Williams 

Joyce Williams 

TENORS 

Hubert Barlow 
Robert Billings 
James Campbell 
Weir Conner 
Robert Graham 
William Holland 
Lavonne Hudson 
Howard Jenkins 
Curtis McKee 
James Metts 



Thompson Monroe 
Don Pearson 
Joe Powell 
Harmon Smith 
Carroll Starkey 
Hagan Thompson 
Fred Toland 
James Townsend 
Conrad Welker 
Gerald Woodward 
Bennie Youngblood 

BASSES 

Robert Amason 
James Aycock 
William Bailey 
Henry Bonney 
Marshall Burnett 
Bruce Carruth 
Duncan Clark 
Stanley Clendenning 
Billy Grout 
George Currey 
Albert Gore 
George Hall 
John Hathorn 
Robert Hathorn 
Robert Jacobs 
Bill Jeffrey 
Cecil Jenkins 
Clay Lee 

Randolph Mansfield 
Charles Markham 
James McDonald 
David Mcintosh 
Leonard Metts 
Richard Naef 
Gene Nettles 
Ralph Porter 
Franz Posey 
Bill Price 
Charles Prouty 
George Scott 
Bill Selah 
Charles Stewart 
Reynaldo Toledo 
Emory Warrick 
Charles Wiggers 
Bill Wills 
Billy Wright 



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Engle, Hardin, Hays, Howard, Jabour, Johnson . . . THIRD ROW: Lee, Maddox, Mann, Martinson, Mcintosh, 
Piggott, Posey . . . FOURTH ROW: Richardson, Russell, Stewart, Wade, Weems, Whatley, Williams, Winans. 



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OFFICERS 

OTIS PIGOTT President 

WILLIAM WINANS Vice-President 

JESS WADE Secretary 

MIKE MARTINSON Reporter 

COACH BARTLING Sponsor 



The "M" Club can truly be said to embody the athletic program of the college. They 
foster good sportsmanship, high scholarship, and excellence in sports as part of their con- 
tribution to Millsaps. 




QUEENS ON THE ATHLETIC FIELDS 



OFFICERS 

MARY COWAN President 

CAROL HUTTO Vice-President 

ELIZABETH ANN LAMPTON . . . Secretary-Treasurer 
MISSDECELL Faculty Advisor 

The Majorettes are the versatile leaders in girls' sports. This year has been especially 
successful for them in a number of ways. Not only did they sponsor another enjoyable 
Student Night, but they have also inaugurated a new program of intramurals which gives 
each girl at Millsaps a chance to participate. 



TOP ROW: Left to right: Conlee, Cowan, DeWees, Carber, Hutto, Johnson, Lampton 
BOTTOM ROW: Liming, Prather, Provost, Ragland, Sanford, Shumaker, Wynne. 





HEAD COACH McNEIL 
"DOBY" BARTLINC 






1948 CRfD RECORD 




Majors 






Opponents 


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. . Southwestern (Merr 




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. . Sewanee 




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. . . 7 


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. . . 12 



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1948 Let-termen — Kneeling — Arthur Whafley, Henry Clements, Billy Winans, Oren Bailess, George Williams, Jess Wade, Otis Pigott, and 
Mike Engle; Standing — Lonnie Decell, R. C. Britt, Alden Davis, Dave Mcintosh, George Maddox, Peyton Weems and Billy Mann. 



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Despite a two win, three loss , one tie record, the Magnificent Majors of 1948 turned in a 
strong season for Coach Doby Bartling, with one of the defeats by a single point and the other two 
by one touchdown margins. Already graduation had taken its toll of the ex-C,l. studded squad 
that had rolled up nine wins against three defeats in the two previous seasons. Youngsters just up 
from high school were filling in the gaps, thus weakening the Major's reserve power' and all three 
defeats came during the second half when the superior second string strength of their opponents 
had worn down the Millsaps old hands. 



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Jackson Members on the Major Squad — Kneeling — Cirlot, Woodward, Wade, Hathorn, Cates, Turner, 
Clements and Bell; Standing — Jim Jones, Jack Jones, Engle, Gardner, Robinson and Howard. 




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Already a legendary gridiron figure at Millsaps, Dave 
Mcintosh repeated in 1948 on his Little Ail-American 
laurels first gained in 1947. Fame first came to Dashing 
Dave in high school when his triple threat pyrotechnics 
sent the McComb Wildcats undefeated to a Big Eight 
championship and a post-season Toy Bowl victory in 
New Orleans. Mac rejected all lures to play big time 
football and enrolled as a ministerial student at Millsaps 
that at the time had no grid squad. Then came Coach 
Doby Bartling to Methodist Hill, fresh from piloting the 
Vanderbilt Commodores, and between them, they wrote 
glowing new pages in the Majors' football history. 




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CHARLTON HARDIN 



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ALDEN DAVIS — Small for a fullback at 
just 165 pounds . . . but packs plenty of 
whallop ... an old hand In the Major 
bivouac, starting in 1944 with the Millsaps 
V-12 gridders . . . kicker, blocker and pass 
receiver in addition to fine running talents. 

MIKE ENCLE — Big Mike . . . six-feet- 
four and 205 pounds . . . equally adept at 
tackle, though used primarily as an end . . . 
known particularly for his great defensive 
play in breaking up the opponent's inter- 
ference. 

ARTHUR WHATLEY — The Whale . . . 
Doby's other big end, with 215 pounds 
packed on a six-feet-four frame ... a 
rugged defensive player ... he, too, alter- 
nates occasionally at tackle . . . shows 
versatility as first string guard with the 
Majors' cage crew. 

GEORGE MADDOX — a preacher and a 
tackle . . . not given to turning the other 
cheek to an opposing lineman . . . brawn 
and brains in complete accord here . . . 
for stocky Mr. Maddox, with a perfect 3.0 
grade average, is Mr. A at Millsaps . . . 
graduation carries him off to the seminary, 
but his achievements shall linger long among 
the Majors. 




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RAY BELL — linebacker deluxe who plays short shift with enemy ball carriers . . . 
Old Man Bell had a field night at Choctawland, even while the Purple was losing, 
as he carried on his rough-and-tumble specialty . . . really a fine, friendly guy, 
off the gridiron ... all around athletic great . . . top hitter among the Major 
baseball crew . . . and a standout pitcher. 

JESS WADE — three times letterman end . . . speedy afoot, for downfieid tackling 
and pass receiving . . . has a kicking talent, too, that finds expression in a 
punting role . . . known, too, as an excellent blocker. 

LONNIE DECELL — Alonzo of Vicksburg just looks like a southpaw in his picture 
... in reality a right handed pass pitcher . . . and a good one . . . versatility 
characterizes Lonnie . . . big enough to handle defensive quarterbacking chores, 
he can run as blocking back off the single wing or be the man-up-under in the 
"T" ... a very fine guy to have around. 

BILLY MANN — Rooster . . . just five-foot-seven from his cleated shoes to his 
crewcut topped pate . . . but a key man in the Majors attack, either as a ball 
handler or blocking back . . . it's not the size, but the ability that counts . . . 
and Rooster is okay. 



DECELL — Quarterback 
MANN — Quarterback 




HAMMOND— Center 



WILLIAMS — Guard 



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DOUG HAMMOND — prototype of the Major of the future . . . started off as a 
tackle his freshman year last season . . . shifted to center this time around and 
caught on quickly . . . too much age and experience ahead of him these first two 
years . . . but the promise he shows now bodes naught but evil for future opponents 
in seasons to come. 

GEORGE WILLIAMS — a family man with two little 'uns . . . hefty George shows 
little baby sitting kindness towards the enemy . . . chunky Mr. Williams has 
already lettered once, and still has a season left . . . with graduation taking so 
many of the Majors away, his beefy five-feet-nine, two hundred pounds plus will 
be mighty welcome another year. 

HENRY CLEMENTS — "local boy makes good" describes Clements and his Mill- 
saps grid career ... a native Jacksonian, Henry has made his way in distinguished 
fashion with the Majors fine corps of ends . . . with a particularly likeable charac- 
teristic known as glue-fingered pass catching . . . had not a penalty nullified the 
play, his snagging a Mcintosh aerial in the Sewanee end zone would have added 
another triumph to the Majors season record. 

JOHN JABOUR — Johnny Jabo, the People's Choice . . . besides holding forth 
among the best of the Millsaps linemen, Jabo rates among the best liked personages 
On the campus . . . 220 pounds of runaway locomotive on offense ... a non- 
budging concrete chunk on defense . . . three times a letterman with the Majors, 
and still a year of eligibility left. 




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E. B. STRAIN — E. B. looks every bit as wide as he is tall when tricked out in 
full war regalia ... so squatty the opposition might overlook him at first glance, 
his presence is quickly established by a vicious tackle or block seemingly coming 
from nowhere . . . made a fine name for himself in his first year with the Purple, 
and Coach Bartling looks cheerfully to next year when the little man will be back 
again for further duties. 

ED BELL — Ding Dong ... far famed as a Major basketeer . . . and as Missis- 
sippi's best young tennis player . . . Ding makes his mark in football, too, as a 
running specialist ... at his best on punt return with a tricky change of pace style 
. . . elusive with a darting, quick turning way of running when able to shake 
loose . . . but a savage driver when finally cornered. 

OTIS PICOTT — Deadeye's fame, along with Mcintosh, Maddox and others is 
firmly established on Methodist Hill . . . Pigott is by far the greatest of the 
all-around muscle men at Millsaps ... a first stringer in all sports . . . small for 
a football player, particularly an end, Otis makes up the difference in speed and 
terrific competitive spirit . . . his style of play brings a multitude of injuries to 
Pigott, but his unflagging spirit carries on despite the weaknesses of the flesh. 

HECTOR HOWARD — husky Hector never played any high school football . . . 
a handicap that held him back when he decided to have a crack at the Purple's 
varsity . . . but steady work in learning a lineman's duties have brought his quick 
development as a standout tackle, who has proven his value often for the Majors. 




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OREN BAILESS — when graduation took away the Ma- 
jors second squad Little All-American Center John Christ- 
mas, sophomore "Catfish" Bailess stepped into the breach 
like he owned it . . . and he did . . . Bailess was nothing 

ess than brilliant in his first season as a starter, both on 
offense and as a rugged linebacker, teaming with Ray 
Bell . . . having so capable a youngster at hand kept the 

OSS of Christmas from ever being too seriously felt. 

R. C. BRITT — an All-Big Eight great when Coach 
Doby was helping turn out championship squads at 
Meridian High, Britt has been a Godsend to the Majors 
who have benefited much from his extensive experience 
. . . played freshman ball at Ole Miss in 1941 in a dream 
backfield of Charlie Conerly, Doug Kenna, Buddy Bowen 
and Britt . . . R. C. masterminded the Major attack from 
his wingback slot ... as well as proving a sturdy de- 
fensive halfback. 

BILLY WINANS — The Canton Crusher ... a one-man 
gang on the right side of the Major line . . . for three 
years he has been a mainstay in making the Millsaps line 
the dangerous unit that it has proven to be for a lengthy 
list of opponents . . . little sorrow is evidenced among 
opponents that have been on the receiving end of his 
bone shattering tackles and blocks on hearing Billy is due 
to leave the Majors. 

CHARLES RAMSEY — just in this season from the 
Hinds Junior College Eagles, Charlie quickly established 
himself as a most capable guard, even though the Majors 
were blessed with much talent at that line spot . . . the 
greatest regret is that Ramsey will not be with the 
Purple for, say, about three more seasons. 



RAMSEY— Guard 



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CHEERLEADERS— Evans and Coodsell . . . 
Patterson, Wiggers, Kern (Hays is not pictured) 



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Hays, Patterson, and Evans lead the Parade. 




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LEFT TO RIGHT — Carr, Woods, Bell, Whatley, Pigott. 



Isl- Row — Harry Woods, Ed Bell, Arthur Whatley, Otis Pigott, Cordon Carr, Perry Richardson; 2nd Row — Royce Dawkins, 
Payton Weems, Ceorge Kurts, Tal Baggett, Wilber Walker; 3rd Row — Bobby Burke, Julius Ratliff, Ira Robinson, Sonny 

Smith, Cene Kemp, Barry Kimbrough, Manager 




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Bright light of the Major basketball world, Cordon (Motor) 
Carr, suffered from injuries of one sort or another all season 
long, and Millsaps' cage record suffered accordingly. The 
Ma.'ors nailed down five wins, one being a forfeit from Lambuth, 
against I 5 defeats, while Carr averaged a mite better than 1 5 
points a game in the 1 4 contests in which he took part. High 
point of the season was the single win over the Choctaws, 
49-31, while the low spot came in the Dixie Conference tourney 
held at City Auditorium when Tampa's eventual champion 
Spartans rolled over the Majors, 81-55. 




Scratch Two For Mo^^r — Carr Racks Baskets Against Tall Tampa 
In Dixie Tourney Came As Tampans Harris and Bryan Look On. 



What Goes Up Must — Majors Whatley, Weems and Pigott, Plus Choctaws Tulloh and Barnes 
Anxiously Await A Rebound As Blake Moves Into The Play. 










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Isf Row — Coach Bartling, Ed Wiles, Oren Bailess, Sonny Posey, Billy Johnson, Ralph Hays; 2nd Row — Selby Wier, Ray Bel 
Hewitt' Griffin, Tommy Thomas, George Kurts, Billy Mann, Cha<lie Wiggers; 3rd Row — Otis Pigott, R. C. Britt, George Neville, 
Peyton Weems, Bill Harwell, Biily Jacobs, Lonnie Decell; 4th Row — Gene Kemp, Jim Horn, Royce Dawkins. 



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Millsaps' 1949 diamond season had a fine beginning with a 12-10 win 
over the Stetson Hatters and ended nicely with a 5-2 plastering of hated Mis- 
sissippi College, but in between things didn't go so well. After the Majors had 
taken two of their first three games, they ran headlong into an eight games 
losing streak. Two straight wins over the Merchant Marine Academy at Pass 
Christian righted the staggering fortunes of the Purple who then capped the 
season with the victory over the Chocs. Two 7-6 losses to the Choctaws were 
the toughest parts of a season that ended with five wins and nine defeats on 
the Majors' record. Top hurlers for Millsaps were Ed Wiles (2-2) and Ray 
Bell (1-1 ), while Bell led the hitters with a neat .385 average. First season 
stars with the Purple were Wiles, Shortstop George Kurts, Second Baseman 
Charlie Wiggers and Outfielder-Pitcher Bell, while veterans Billy Johnson, 
Ralph Hays and Otis Pigott closed out their careers with the Millsaps nine in 
standout fashion. 







LEFT TO RIGHT — Mann, Britt Kurfs, Bailess, Wiggers. 



LEFT TO RIGHT — Weems, Pigott, Bell, Wiles, Hays. 





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Some of the objectives of the 
girls' intramural program at Millsaps 
are: to provide opportunity for fun 
and relaxation, to provide healthful 
exercise, to promote leisure educa- 
tion, to enrich social competence, 
and to develop group loyalties. A 
part of each person's leisure time 
should be devoted to wholesome 
physical activity. Intramurals pro- 
mote skills in various games and 
sporst intended for use in adult life. 
Intramurals establish group relation- 
ships in situations of vital interest 
to students. Proper organization and 
conduct of these activities facilitate 
the development of such desirable 
qualities as sportsmanship, coopera- 
tion, self-reliance, friendliness, etc. 



JEAN WYNNE, one of the Head Majorettes. 



The Wynners, Victors in the Volley Ball Competition. 



Cirls smile prettily for camera after basketball tilt. 




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Devotion to a cause enables a person 
to put forth his best efforts, sub- 
jugating individual interests to the 
welfare of the group. 

This year's participation in intra- 
mural sports has been organized on 
a different system from previous 
years. Formerly teams were com- 
posed of members of different social 
organizations; now, team members 
are comprised of all girls who are 
interested in sports and are eager to 
participate in them. Captains of the 
teams are chosen by the Majorette 
Club, local girls' athletic honorary. 
Team spirit, cooperation, and good 
sportsmanship have been enthusias- 
tically displayed among the students. 



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Warm weather brings Cirls out doors for 
Baseball and Tennis, too. 



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Grace communes with nature via horseback. 



Penny shows them how it's done in the 
game of golf. 




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