K\ . ' '
it means so many things more
It means looks, people, religion, tra-
dition, activities, sports, recreation,
faculty, and most of all, memories.
For many of us, it means four years
of struggle, tears, laughter, and suc-
cess. In these pages are only a small
number of memories, but a signifi-
cant number, of your 1958-1959 col-
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A wealth of knowledge lies
at our fingertips in books of
all shapes and descriptions.
The examples left by other
civilizations and the discov-
eries of brilliant men found
there provide the fundamen-
tals upon which we can build
our careers and our lives.
and the pursui
and lasting friendships
People . . . people . . . people — blondes,
brunettes, titians — we have them all. But
what makes them individuals is their many
traits ranging from demandingly quiet seri-
ousness to contagious boisterousness. Each
has a distinct personality, but each is a vital
part of Millsaps' student body.
Religion at Millsaps is more than just a word. It's
an activity that entails not just giving devotionals,
attending church services, and participating in
chapel programs, but mainly professing our faith
through our daily actions and attitudes.
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a s t
The "M" bench . . . Faculty Waiter Night . . .
Freshman Day . . . Homecoming and often heated
rivalry between the Chocs and Majors . . . these
traditions, although born of the past, set a stand-
ard for each student and give Millsaps person-
ality all its own.
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n mU ACTIVITIES
and the satisfac
It's the extras that add sparkle to each day — band
and Singers' rehearsals — slaving on the publica-
tion staffs — the Players' productions — partici-
pating in Millsaps numerous clubs. From this
rush of activities comes a double reward — the
warm glow of satisfaction and membership in
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w i &S
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and the building o
We cheer; we shriek; we yell;
we shout; we do everything to
urge the Majors on. Although
we may not always win, from
the spirit of Millsaps evolves
something even more impor-
tant than victory — healthy
minds coupled with healthy
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The word recreation quickly
brings many vivid pictures to
mind — the long sweep of a
golf ball arching for the green
— hot notes from a trumpet at
one of the informal parties in
the Student Union Building —
even sitting in the Grill drink-
ing a coke. These are activities
to be shared, and from doing
together comes bonds of friend-
ship that will never be broken.
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the hand that guides us
Just average teachers — No — our faculty mem-
bers aren't content to be average. Their avid in-
terest reaches past classroom activities to unre-
quired studies, graduate work, and membership
in state and national organizations. This active
participation brings them not only many honors
but also a sense of satisfaction as students listen
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it means MEMORIES
THE STUDENT BODY
BILLY KERR, Editor
BILLY MULLINS, Business Mgr.
II E II 1 1 1 A T 1 \
Since his arrival at Millsaps as professor of speech
and director of the Millsaps Players in 1950, Lance
Goss has done more to raise the standards of the-
atrical productions in Jackson and Mississippi than
any other force. Working with the students of
Millsaps College and instilling in them his love
for the theatre, he has made the Millsaps Players
into Mississippi's most widely known and highly
acclaimed theatrical group, producing many
memorable evenings of entertainment, including
such milestones in the history of drama in Missis-
sippi as "Death of a Salesman," "Hamlet," "South
Pacific," and "Summer and Smoke."
The academic theatre is saving for us and bring-
ing us to a closer, richer knowledge of a part of
our cultural heritage which might otherwise be
lost or restricted to an exclusive metropolitan au-
dience. The Players, Millsaps College, Jackson,
and Mississippi are greatly indebted to Lance
Goss for the exemplary standards of entertain-
ment and artistic endeavor for which Millsaps has
become notable. It is in acknowledgement of
this debt that we dedicate to him the 1959
SPORTS Page 129
STUDENT LIFE Page 141
ADVERTISERS Page 149
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HOMER ELLIS FINGER, Jr.
To The Students —
This beautiful yearbook is an appropriate and treasured reeord of your 1958-59
year of study at Millsaps College. You will prise it more and more as you move
farther away from this memorable year.
The Bobashela is a visual reminder of your college friendships, experiences and
activities. Pictures of your fellow students and your instructors will recall to your
mind the diverse and enriching influences on your life which this college community
has afforded you.
Indirect influences you may discover to be even more rewarding. An instructor's
photograph symbolizes great writers, thinkers, composers, artists, teachers of past
centuries. An able and respected student's picture suggests heroism, imagination,
idealism, leadership of the present, all of which inspire you more even now.
My hope for you is that while you appropriately appreciate these benevolent
forces that have focused on your life you will concurrently consider how you can
constructively and significantly touch the lives of other people. This is the desired
fulfillment of the purpose of your college and a continuing concern for your future.
H. E. Finger, Jr.
M. A. FRANKLIN, D.D Chairman
B. M. HUNT, D.D Vice-Chairman
N. J. GOLDING, D.D Secretary
A. B. CAMPBELL, LL.D Treasurer
TERM EXPIRES IN 1959
W. E. Bufkm Anguilla
R. L. Ezelle, LL.D Jackson
Rev. B. M. Hunt, D.D Meridian
Rev. J. W. Leggett, Jr., D.D Hattiesburg
John McEachin Grenada
B. M. Stevens . Richton
Rev. W. L. Robinson, D.D Columbus
Rev. J. D. Wroten, D.D Cleveland
TERM EXPIRES IN 1962
Rev. R. G. Moore, D.D Louisville
John Egger Meridian
Rev. N. J. Golding, D.D. Columbus
Roy N. Boggan Tupelo
Rev. W. B. Selah, D.D Jackson
Rev. J. D. Slay, D.D Laurel
F. B. Smith, LL.D Ripley
Virgil D. Youngblcod Brookhaven
JAMES SHARBROUGH FERGUSON
Dean of Faculty
MRS. ANNE PEEBLES
Dean of Women
JAMES EDWARD McCRACKEN
Dean of Students
PAUL DOUGLAS HARDIN
JAMES W. WOOD
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JAMES J. LIVESAY
Director of Public Relations
Sir I <<
Professor of Music; Director of the Millsaps Singers;
B.M., MM., Univ. of Nebraska.
ROBERT I ANDING
Assistant Professor of Religion; A.B., Millsaps College;
B D., Emory Univ.
Assistant Professor of History; A.B., A.M., Emory
C. M BARTLING
Athletic Director; B.S.C., Univ. of Mississippi.
WILLIAM H. BASKIN
Professor of Romance Languages: A.B., M.A., Univ.
of North Carolina; The Sorbonne; University of
Poitiers; Japan Society Scholarship, Duke University.
ROBERT EDWARD BERGMARK
Associate Professor of Philosophy: A.B., Emory Univ.;
S.T.B., Advanced Graduate Work. Boston University.
ELMER C. CALLOWAY
Associate Professor of Chemistry; B.S., Millsaps Col-
lege: M.S., University of Alabama.
Professor of Biology; B.S., M.A., George Peabody
College of Teachers; Ph.D.. Vanderbilt University.
EDWARD M. COLLINS
Assistant Professor of Speech; Debate Coach: B.A.,
Millsaps; B.D., Emory Univ.; M.A., State Univ. of
MRS. KAY B. COOLEY
Assistant Librarian; B.A., B.S., Louisiana State Uni-
MRS. MAGNOLIA COULLET
Associate Professor of Latin and German; A.B., Mill-
saps: A.M., Univ. of Pennsylvania; Graduate work,
American Academy in Rome, University of Chicago.
Associate Professor of French; A.B., Banard College.
Columbia University: Diplome De La Sorbonne, Ecole
De Preparation Des Professeurs De Francais A
L*Etranger. Faculty of Letters, University of Paris.
MRS. HELEN DANIEL
Hostess, Ezelle Hall.
RICHARD J. FAIRBANKS
Instructor of Music: B.M., MM.. Westminster Choir
College; Pupil of John Fin'<-y Williamson.
JAMES SHARB p OUGH FERGUSON
Dean; Professor of History; A.B., Millsaps; A.M.,
Louisiana State Univ.; Ph.D., Univ. of North Carolina;
Ford Scholar, Yale University.
NEAL BOND FLEMING
Professor of Philosophy; A.B., B.D., Emory Univer-
sity; S.T.M., Ph.D., Boston Univ.; Ford Scholar,
CHARLES B. GALLOWAY
Associate Professor of Physics; B.S.. Millsaps; A.M.,
Secretary to the President.
MARGUERITE WATKINS GOODMAN
Associate Professor of English; A.B., Agnes Scott
College; A.M., Tulane University.
Associate Professor of Speech; Director of the Millsaps
Players; A.B., Millsaps College; A.M., Northwestern
University; Special study, the Manhattan Theatre
Colony; Cinema Workshop, the University of South'
JOHN L. GUEST
Associate Professor of German; B A., University of
Texas; M.A., Columbia University; Advanced Gradu-
ate Study, New York University; Ottendorfer Fellow-
ship in Germanic Philolgy, Bonn University, Fulbright
Scholar, University of Vienna.
ALFRED PORTER HAMILTON
Professor of Classical .Languages and German; A.B.,
Birmingham-Southern College; A.M., Ph.D., Univer-
sity of Pennsylvania; Graduate work, University of
Secretary to the President.
PAUL D. HARDIN
Associate Professor of English; A.B., Millsaps College;
A.M., Duke University; Graduate Work, University
of Southern California.
ROBERT RAYMOND HAYNES
Professor of Education; A.B., LL.B., University of
Tennessee; Vice-Consul of the United States in Scot-
land and England: A.M., Advanced Graduate Work,
George Peabody College.
NELLIE KHAYET HEDERI
Assistant Professor of Spanish; A.B., Mississippi State
College for Women; A.M., Tulane University.
NANCY BROGAN HOLLOWAY
Instructor of Secretarial Studies; B.A., Mississippi State
College for Women.
AUDREY M. JENNINGS
Instructor of Sociology; B.S., Millsaps College; Gradu-
ate Work (social work), M.A., Tulane University.
WENDELL B. JOHNSON
Assistant Professor of Geology; B.S., M.S., Kansas
State College; Graduate Work, Missouri School of
SAMUEL ROSCOE KNOX
Associate Professor of Mathematics; A.B., A.M., Uni-
versity of Mississippi; Graduate Work, University of
FRANK MILLER LANEY
Associate Professor of History; A.B , University of
Mississippi; A.M., Ph.D., University of Virginia.
WARRENE WARRINGTON LEE
Business Office Bookkeeper.
RUSSELL W. LEVANWAY
Associate Professor of Psychology; A.B., Ltniversity of
Miami; M.S., Ph.D., Syracuse University.
JAMES J. LIVESAY
Public Relations Manager.
JAMES E. McCRAKEN
Dean of Students; Assistant Professor of Psychology;
M.S., Muskingum; A.M., Ph.D., Ohio State Univer-
-r- . .
GEORGE LAMAR MADDOX. JR.
Professor of Sociology; A.B., Millsaps College; S.T.B.,
A.M., Boston University; Ph.D., Michigan State Uni-
HARRY STOCKWELL MANLEY
Professor of Political Science; A.B., Westminster
O.IIcgc; LL.B., University of Pittsburgh School of
Law; Ph.D., Duke University
ROSS HENDERSON MOORE
Professor of History; B.S., M.S., Millsaps College;
A.M.. University of Chicago; Ph.D., Duke University
Associate Professor of English; A.B., Mississippi State
College for Women; A.M., Duke University.
Instructor of English; A.B., Millsaps College; A.M.,
Dean of Women; B.A., Texas Christian University
JAMES DAVID POWELL
Associate Professor of Psychology and Education; B.S..
Millsaps College; M.A., University of Alabama.
JOSEPH BAILEY PRICE
Professor of Chemistry; B.S., Millsaps College; M.S.,
University of Mississippi; Ph.D., Louisiana State Uni-
RICHARD R. PRIDDY
Professor of Geology; B.S., Ohio Northern University;
A.M., Ph.D., Ohio State University.
LOUIS E. PULLO
Band Director; Naples Conservatory of Music; Cincin-
nati Conservatory of Music; Indiana State Teachers
THOMAS LEE REYNOLDS
Professor of Mathematics; B.S., Guilford College:
A.M., Ph.D., University of North Carolina. On leave
of absence for the 1958-59 school year.
ARNOLD A. RITCHIE
Assistant Professor of Mathematics; B.S., Northeastern
State College of Oklahoma; M.S., Oklahoma A. & M.
College; Advanced Graduate Work, Oklahoma A.
d M., and the University of Tennessee.
Hostess, Sanders and Whitworth Hall.
MARVIN G. SMITH
Assistant Director of Physical Education; Head Foot-
ball Coach; B.B.A., A.M.. University of Mississippi.
BETHANY C. SWEARINGTON
Librarian; A.B., Millsaps College; B.S. in Library
Science, University of North Carolina.
JONATHAN M. SWEAT
Instructor of Music; B.S., M.S., Juilliard School of
V. B. TEMPLE
Visiting Professor of Mathematics; B.A., Mississippi
College and L'niversity of Texas; M.A., Louisiana
ELBERT STEPHEN WALLACE
Professor of Economics and Business Administration;
A.B., Birmingham-Southern College; A.M., Ph.D.,
Associate Professor of Economics; A.B., A.M., Univer-
sity of Texas; Advanced Graduate Study, University
ROBERT PORTER WARD
Assistant Professor of Biology; B.S., A.M., George
Peabody College for Teachers; Advanced Work, Mich-
igan State University.
MILTON CHRISTIAN WHITE
Professor of English; A.B., Birmingham-Southern Col-
lege; A.M., Harvard University; Ph.D., University of
B.F.A., Chicago Art Institute, William M. R. French
Fellowship; Study and Teaching, Pennsylvania School
of Art Summer School.
JAMES W. WOOD
JAMES DAUSEY WROTEN, JR.
Professor of Religion; A.B., Millsaps; B.D., Southern
Methodist University; A.M., Ed.D., Columbia Uni-
These are the men and women who are responsible for the molding
and shaping of the lives of each student who attends Milllsaps College.
MURRAH HALL — Main academic
and office building at Millsaps
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JDITH JEANINE ADCOCK
KC, Eta Sigma; Washington
:mester; Sigma Lambda, Presi-
;nt; Psi Delta Chi; Players;
ingers; S.E.B., Vice President;
.S.U., Vice President; Who's
/ho; Favorite; Dean's List.
ta Sigma; Theta Nu Sigma,
'ice President; Bourgeois Medal:
ribbett Scholarship; Chemistry
issistant; Band; Singers; Lamb-
a Chi Alpha, Vice President;
ltramurals; Who's Who; Dean's
CAROLYN JUSTINE ALLEN
Sigma Lambda; Kappa Delta Ep-
silon; Majorette Club; Beta Sig-
ma Omicron; Sec. Bobashe\a;
Players; Wesley; W.C.W.; Presi-
dent Singers; Dean's List; Intra-
JULIA ANNE BECKES
Sigma Lambda, Historian; Major
Facts. Editor; Junior Class Secre-
tary; Pi Kappa Alpha Dream
Girl; Singers; Panhellenic; Chi
Omega, President; Canterbury
Club, President; Christian Coun-
cil; Who's Who; Favorite; Stu-
dent Assistant; Dean's List.
LILLARD RHODES BEVILL
ELINOR GWIN BRELAND
Players; Singers; Phi Mu.
The Trustees of Millsaps College request the pleasure of your
company at a
TOMIE RANDOLPH AUST
Mars Scholarship; Sullivan Schol-
arship PyW; Wesley; Ministerial
GEORGE PATRICK BONNER
Varsity Football; "M" Club; Kap-
pa Sigma; Dean's List.
JACK RAY BROCK
Library Assistant; Intramurals.
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ANNE LEE BROOKS
■in.. I'ln, Kappa Dell
silon; Wesley; Players; W C.W
Beta Sigma Omicron, Via
idem; Dean'a Li I
Alpha Epsilon Delta, Vice Preai
dent; Dean's Lii-t
Freshman Class President; Pi
Kappa Alpha; P6?W; Players;
Singers; Debate; [ntramurals; Pi
K.ipp.i Delta; Alpha Psi Or
[.R.C., President; Canterbury,
lent; "M" Club, President;
PfirW; Varsity Football, Basket'
ball; Major Facts, Who's Who;
Favorite; MIC. President.
Majorette Club; Beta Sigma Omi-
cron; Tour Choir; Players; Wes-
ley; W.C.W.; German Club.
Kappa Sigma, President; Intra'
Unbelievable, but here it ij — a Pep Rally
Lambda Chi Alpha; Varsity Base-
ball; Ministerial League; Madri-
DOROTHY JACK CASEY
Kappa Delta Epsilon. Sec; Psi
Delta Chi, Sec.; W.C.W., Treas-
urer; Viking, President; Student
Assistant; Woman's Council; Ma-
jorette Club; Dean's List.
Beta Sigma Omicron; Singers;
Alpha Psi Omega, President;
Players; Band; Intramurals.
Eta Sigma Phi; I.R.C.; Eta Sig-
ma; Wesley; Washington Semes-
ter; Lambda Chi Alpha; Intra-
murals; Student Senate; German
Club; Student Assistant; Dean's
Singers; Dean's List.
No, you can't sue a school publication, Max!
MARY ANN DAMARE
Kappa Alpha, Rush Chairman;
Psi Delta Chi, Treasurer; West-
minster; Dean's List.
Theta Nu Sigma, President; Pi
I.R.C.; Philosophy Assistant:
Wesley, President; Christian
Council, President; Lambda Chi
Alpha, President; Who's Who;
Interfraternity Council, Presi-
dent; Senior Class Treasurer;
Singers; Ministerial League; Ger-
man Club; P6?W; Debate; Intra-
THOMAS F. DUNGAN
Kappa Alpha; S.E.B.
Band; Intramurals; Lambda Chi
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CAROL ANN EDWARDS
ELIZA JANE ELLIS
Theta Nu Sigma; Geology As-
Y.W.C.A.; PtfW; Singers; Dorm
Assistant; Woman's Council;
Wesley; Phi Mu, Social Chair-
RICHARD TERRY FINCHER
JAMES EVANS FINLEY
Bobashela, Intramurals; Players;
Pi Kappa Alpha. ThC.
Debate, Vice President; Wesley;
Players; Cheerleader; PfjrW; In-
tramurals; Pi Kappa Alpha, Rush
I find ScoH Tissue superior because
FRANZ RYAN EPTING
Psi Delta Chi, President; Alpha
Psi Omega; Band; Players; Psy-
chology Club, President; B.S.U.,
Vice President; Dean's List.
JUDITH CHLOE FORBES
Chi Omega; Players; Bobasheld.
LEO ALEXANDER FARMER
A.E.D.; P6?W; Pla'yers; Kappa
Alpha. Number III; Dean's List.
Physics Assistant; Pi Kappa
ROBERT ENOCH GENTRY
"M" Club; Ministerial League,
Vice President; Varsity Basket-
"M" Club; Varsity Football;
Varsity Baseball; Kappa Alpha;
Canterbury Club; Players; P6?W,
Associate Editor; Phi Mu, Rush
Chairman; Beauty; Kappa Alpha
DAVID RAY HAMRICK
And 1 promise to get
us a b
ig name band
i Bfir \
WILLIAM R. HENDEE
Theta Nu Sigma, Secretary; Ger-
man Club, Vice President; Phys-
ics Lab Assistant; Dean's and
WILLIAM W. HORLOCK
SYBIL LAVERNE HESTER
Majorette Club; Mllsaps Singers
Tour Choir; Chi Omega, Treas-
urer; Dean's List.
Majorette Club; P6?W Staff;
Wesley; Players; Chi Omega,
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Pi Kappa Alpha; Kit Kat . Secre-
Lambda Chi Alpha.
tary; Bobashela. Purple and
White; Stylus, Assistant EditOI
Alpha Psi Omega; Players.
ELLIOTT ANNA JONES
JOHN JOSEPH KENNEY
Kappa Delta Epsilon; English
Kappa Alpha; Band; Intramu-
Assistant; Players; Singers; Kap-
rals; Canterbury, Vice President,
pa Delta : Dean's List.
Kappa Delta, Secty. and Vice
Pi Kappa Alpha, Pledge Train-
Pres.; Chemistry Assistant; Ma-
er; Stylus, Business Manager;
jorette Club; Chi Delta; Sigma
Players, Business Manager; Al-
Lambda; Who's Who; P6PW;
pha Psi Omega; Singers; I.F.C.
Bobashela, Singers; Players;
B.S.U.; Editor, Major Facts;
High School Day Propaganda
Pi Kappa Alpha, Vice President;
P6?W. Photo; Bobashela. Editor;
I.F.C., Vice President; Singers:
Players; Student Assistant; Mil
saps Quartet; Kit Kat; Omicron
Delta Kappa; Alpha Psi Omega;
Who's Who; Dean's List.
Alpha Delta Epsilon, Reporter;
Players; Wesley; German Club;
Phi Mu; Players; Singers, Tour
Choir; Majorette Club; Student
Assistant; Dean's List.
DON G. LISLE
Alpha Psi Omega; Players; De-
bate; I.F.C.; Student Senate; Pi
Kappa Alpha, Rush Chairman.
MARTHA JANE McINVALE
Band Players; Wesley;
Y.W.C.A.; Kappa Delta.
ALBERT MYER LOVETT
Alpha Phi Omega; Band; Wes-
ley; Ministerial League; Intra-
murals; Singers Tour Choir;
Lambda Chi Alpha.
EDWIN PAYNE McKASKEL
Pi Kappa Delta, Secretary;
I. R. C, Vice President; Players;
B.S.U.; I.F.C.; Student Senate;
Youth Congress; Intramurals;
Debate Club, Program Chair-
man; Lambda Chi Alpha, House
Sigma Lambda; Kappa Delta Ep-
silon; B.S.U.. President; Panhel-
lenic, President; Tour Choir;
Players; Bobashela; Who's Who;
Kappa Delta, Membership Chair-
man; Dean's List.
ROBERT T. McARTHUR
The day that the rains came down
SHIRLEY JEAN McMULLEN
Dormitory Assistant; W.C.W.;
Wesley; Singers; Vikings.
PSW. Circulation Editor; Mill-
Dean's and President's Lists.
CHARLES EDWIN MAJURE
Dean's List every semester; A. G.
Sanders French Award; Research
Assistant in Department of Ro-
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MARJORIE ANN MARLER
Women's Christian Workers.
JAMES D. MILEY
International Relations Club; Pi
Kappa Alpha; Dean's List.
Kappa Delta Epsilon, Reporter;
Alpha Psi Omega; Wesley; Mill-
saps Players Junior Acting
Award, 1958; Kappa Delta.
JAMES MAXWELL MILLER
Dean's List; Eta Sigma Phi, Pres-
ident; Alpha Phi Omega; Omi-
cron Delta Kappa; President of
S.E.B.; Master Major; Who's
Who; "M" Club; Pi Kappa
Will you stop playing so loud? They can't hear m
LYNDA GAIL MUNSON
Band; Intramurals; Wesley;
Kappa Delta Epsilon, Vice Pres-
ident; Sigma Lambda; Majorette
Club, President; Who's Who;
Bobashela; Players; Cheerleader;
Favorite; Homecoming Queen;
Kappa Delta, Vice President.
Players, Chi Omega, Correspond-
Wesley; Players; P6?W; Phi Mu,
Omicron Delta Kappa, President;
Who's Who; Bobashela. Business
Mgr.; Singers: Student Body
Treasurer; M.I.C., Vice Presi-
dent; Wesley, Treasurer; Favor-
ite; Kappa Alpha, President;
Players; P6?W, Photographer.
Dean's List; Eta Sigma; Eta Sig
ma Phi; Ministerial League; Miss
Philosophy Association, Secre'
tary; Pi Kappa Alpha.
BOBBIE JEAN POTTS
Dean's List; Alpha Epsilon Del-
ta; Majorette Club; Wesley; Bii
ogy Assistant; Vikings, Histo-
WENDELL MORSE POU
Dean's List; Physics Lab Assist
So I got my .45 and a new deck of Luetics —
GAY ALLEE PIPER
Dean's List; Eta Sigma Phi; Sig-
ma Lambda, Vice President; In-
ternational Relations Club, Vice
President and Secretary-Treas-
urer; Majorette Club; Secretary
of Senior Class; Who's Who in
American Colleges; Campus Fa-
vorite; Student Counselor for
Orientation; Players; Singers and
Tour Choir; Student Senate;
Wesley, Secretary; Phi Mu, Pres-
MARY CHARLES PRICE
Madrigal Singers; Players; Ma-
jorette Club; Singers and Tour
Choir; Student Assistant; Chi
Omega, Correspondent and Sec-
STEVE SMILEY RATCLIFF,
Football, three years; Basketball,
three years; Baseball, three years;
"M" Club; Pi Kappa Alpha.
ANN ELIZABETH PORTER
Kappa Delta Epsilon, President;
Wesley; Y.W.C.A.; Bobashela.
Feature Editor; Singers; P6?W,
Business Staff; Chi Omega.
Dean's List; Psi Delta Chi, Vice
President two years; Singers;
Players; Kappa Alpha, Ritualist.
MARY LYNELL REID
Wesley; Players; Favorite; Beau-
ty; Homecoming Queen; Inde-
pendent, Chairman of Steerin'
PATSY JEAN ROBBINS
K.ipp.i Delta Ep-il"n, Treasurer;
Dean's I i-t
is; Singers; Ministerial
League; German Club; Special
Student, Trinity College. Dublin,
Ireland; Dean's List.
Dr. Priddy loses his yo-yo
Pi Kapp.i Alpha, President: Al-
pha Psi Omega; Singers. Vice
President; Senior Class, Vice
President; Cheerleader; Favorite;
Chi Omega; International Rela-
tions Club; Y.W.C.A.; Canter-
bury Club, Vice President; Stu-
dent Assistant (Religion).
JO ANN SEIBERT
Transfer (Mary Washington)
Kappa Delta Epsilon; Education
Football: Singers; S.E.B.; Minis-
terial League, Secretary.
Alpha Psi Omega, Secretary: Eta
Sigma Phi: Phi Mu, Treasurer,
Kappa Sigma, Rush Chairman,
Pledge Trainer; Intramurals; Var-
Pi Kappa Alpha; Players; Sing-
ers Tour Choir.
Dean's List; Alpha Psi Omega,
Hand Properties Chairman, Back-
stage Award, 1958; Wesley;
Players; Lambda Chi Crescent
Maid; Phi Mu, Vice President.
JESSE OTHO SNOWDEN
JUDSON W. SMITH III
Dean's List; Alpha Psi Omega;
Who's Who; Tour Choir; Play-
er's Acting Award, 1958; Dis-
ciple Student Fellowship.
S.udent Assistant in Sociology.
El Dorado, Ark.
WILLIAM LEE SMITH
Beta Theta Pi.
Ministerial League, President;
Student Senate; Millsaps Singers.
Canterbury Club, Vice President;
Millsaps Players; Pi Kappa Al-
pha, Vice President.
— Pleasant climate and studying conditions are characteristic
of Millsaps College
SHIRLEY MAE STOKER
Kappa Delta Epsilon; Bobashela
Staff; Millsaps Players; B.S.U.;
Woman's Council; Y.W.C.A.,
Vice President; Millsaps Singers;
Kappa Delta Sorority.
Canterbury Club; Kappa Alpha.
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ELIZABETH JANE TAYLOR
Dean's List; Wesley; Women
Christian Workers; Beta Sigma
BROOKE LANIER TOWERY
JOHN EDWARD THOMAS
Eta Sigma Phi, Treasurer; Alpha
Phi Omega; Millsaps Singers;
Lambda Chi Alpha.
WILLIAM BAILEY TULL. JR.
HUGH HILTON TIDWELL
Disciple Student Fellowship,
State President; Band.
MARY EMMA TUMLIN
Dean's List; Singers; Woman's
JAMES MILTON WALL
RICHARD PAUL WALTERS
Dean's List; Tour Choir; Gallo-
way Award; Kappa Alpha.
DLIRAND CLIFTON WARE.
Dean's List; Singers Tour Choir,
Vice President; Millsaps Quar-
tet; Madrigal Singers: Players;
Wesley, President: Christian
Council, President: Vice Presi-
dent of Sophomore Class: Pi
ALLEN GLOVER WALKER
Dean's List; Christian Council,
Secretary; Canterbury Club;
I.R.C.; History Assistant: Chi
Omega, Vice President.
Alpha Psi Omega, Secretary-
Treasurer: Players; Bobashela
ROBERT C. WEEMS
Jr. Class Vice President; S.E.B.,
Treasurer; PfePW, Sports Writer;
Basketball, Letter; Kappa Sigma,
THOMAS C. WELCH
P6?W, Business Mgr.; Singers;
Madrigal Singers; Players; Wes-
ley; Kappa Alpha.
RAY L. WESSON
Alpha Epsilon Delta, Scalpel Re-
porter; Omicron Delta Kappa;
Physics Asst.; Football Trainer;
"M" Club; S.E.B.; Booster Club,
President; Union Committee.
MILTON J. WHATLEY
Majorette Club, Secretary; Reli-
gion Assistant; Who's Who;
Pfe?W; Favorite; Bobashela, Class
Editor; Secretary of S.E.B.; Miss
Millsaps; Major Facts Staff; Pan-
hellenic; Chi Omega, Secretary;
Eta Sigma Phi; High School Day
Scholarship; Kit Kat; Alpha Psi
Omega; Players; Singers Tour
Choir; Band; Players Junior Act-
ing Award; Stylus, Editor; Dean's
JO ANN WILSON
Intramurals; Student Senate Rep-
HENRY G. WINSTEAD
Lambda Chi Alpha;
Players; Dean's List.
CHARLES DAVID WOODS
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PATRICIA NELL WYNN
Sigma Lambda, Secretary-Treas-
urer; Majorette Club, Vice Pres-
ident; Kappa Delta Epsilon;
P6?W, Society Editor; Beta
Sigma Omicron, President; Chi
Delta; Panhellenic, Secretary;
Singers; Beauty; S.E.B.; Dean's
ROBERT ABRAHAM, Vicksburg; FLOYCE ANN ADDKISON, Jackson; JANE ANDERSON, Jackson; MIA
AURBAKKEN, Algiers, Algeria; GRADY BAILEY, JR., Lexington; BETTY BARTLING, Jackson; MARILYN
BATES, Jackson; JIM BEACHT, Newton.
s| ( i INI) ROW:
ALLEN DAVID BISHOP, Meridian; BETTYE BLUE, Jackson; VIRGINIA ALICE BOOKHART, Newton;
WILLIAM SANFORD BOSWELL, JR., Cleveland; NANCY BOYD, Jackson; BEVERLY BRACKEN, Newton;
CHARLES BRACKETT, Jackson; SHIRLEY ANN BRIDGES, Crystal Springs.
HAROLD BROOKS, Mcndenhall; GARDNER BROCK, Clinton; WALTER BROWN, Laurel; MALESE BRUN-
SON, Meridian; CHARLES ALLEN BUGG, Jackson; ANN BURKE, Jackson; JOE BURNETT, Bay Springs;
JOHN R. BURNETT, Bay Springs.
Mil RTH ROW :
GARY B. CALDWELL, Flora; DOUG CAMPBELL, Bolton; RONNIE CARRUTH, McComb; SUE CATER, West
Point: MARY CAROL CAUGHMAN, Laurel; GLENDA CHAPMAN, Newion; LESTER J. CLARK, Hattiesburg;
VIC CLARK, Jackson.
Well, we are pretty good, but those OTHER sororitie
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I ; 5
Yes, Wally, we are taking pictures for the Annual
MACK COLE, Laurel; STAN COOKE, Jackson; MARY GRACE COX, Ripley; SAM WEEKS CURRIE, Utica;
ALBERT DAVIS, Jackson; DOROTHY MAY DAVIS, Utica; WALT DAVIS, Kosciusko; JAMES DAY, Collins.
DORIS KAY DICKERSON, Jackson; SUE DOWNING, Jackson; BETTY DRIBBEN, Greenwood; SELMA
EARNEST, Slate Spring; CAROLYN EDWARDS, Banner; GAIL EDWARDS, Lyon; ELAINE EVERITT,
Prentiss; AMANDA FARMER, Taylorsville.
MYRA FLESHER, Beaumont, Texas; JAMES FERRELL, Greenville; JOAN FRAZIER, Louisville; DUMONT
FREEMAN, Fayette; GRACE FROST, Natchez; TOMMY GARDNER, Jackson; JOHN SHARP GATEWOOD,
Mt. Olive; PAT GILLILAND, Jackson.
JO ANN GOODWIN, Taylorsville; ISABEL GRAY, Jackson; BETTY ANN HAMILTON, Sanatorium; JOE
HARRIS, Vicksburg; MARY HARTLEY, Pascagoula; MARGARET ZOE HARVEY, Tylertown; GWENDOLYN
HARWELL, New Albany; BUDDY HATCHELL, Columbia.
4 - *Mff;
OLA MAE HAYS, Jackson; AVIT HEBERT, New Roads, La.; LYDIA SUE HEMPHILL, Gore Springs;
RUDOLPH HOLLINGSWORTH, Carthage; CARSON HOLLOMAN, Batesville; PATSY HOPKINS, Jackson;
DOUGLAS HOWARD, Port Gibson; BARBARA SUE HUDSON, Batesville.
JIM HUMPHERIES, Jackson; BOBBY JEAN IVY, Jackson; CHARLES JENNINGS, Kosciusko; BRENT JOHN-
STON, Jackson; FRANCES KERR, Jackson; ROGER WHITE KINNARD, Philadelphia; JOE LAMBERT, Natchez;
WILLIAM R. LAMPKIN, Baldwyn.
DAVID ALLEN LAWRENCE, Greenville; CLIFTON LECORNU, Vardaman; DON LEWIS. Louisville; REAVIS
H. LINDSEY, JR., Newburgh, N. Y.; MARIELLA LINGLE. Crystal Springs; HUGH LONG, Yazoo City;
MARY GLYNN LOTT, Kilmichael; KIMBLE LOVE, Itta Bena.
ELIZABETH LOWRANCE, Columbus; JAMES McATEE, Jackson; BETTYE McGEHEE, Parchman; BILL
McKNIGHT, Jackson; DAVID McMULLAN, Newton; DAVID McNAIR. Jackson; EDNA McSHANE, Green-
wood; LARRY MARETT, Sardis.
Some of the wagon painters and the parking problem
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Something has to be done about those freshmen's manners!
NANCY MATHENY, Fayette; MILTON MATTHEWS, Union; MARGARET ANN MERRELL, Jackson; RICH-
ARD MILWEE, Fort Worth, Texas.
RITA MITCHELL, Meridian; PERRY NATIONS, Jackson; CHARLES OZBORN, Union; CAROLYN PAINE,
Jackson; BILLY PARKE, Scooha; DONALD PATERSON, JR., Leland; JAY PENNINGTON, Columbia; ANNIE
JANE CAROL PEPPER, Picayune; LUCILE PILLOW, Greenwood; KENT PRINCE, Newton; JACK RATLIFF,
Jackson; JOHN ELTON RAWSON, Jackson; HARVEY RAY, Shaw; MARTIN REEVES, Jackson; SUE BELLE
HAROLD ROBINSON, Booneville; PEGGY ROGERS, Jackson; CHARLES M. RUEFF, JR., McComb; JOHN
TERRELL RUSH, Lake; BILL RUSHING, Itta Bena; WILMA SANDERSON, Laurel; ROBERT DAY SARTIN,
Brookhaven; C. W. SATTERFIELD, Canton.
TOM SCHULTZ, Tunica; MARLER JO SHARP, New Hebren; NANCY SHEARIN, Meridian; WAYNE SHER-
MAN. Vicksburg; BETTY SMITH, Yazoo City; FRANK B. SMITH, Mendenhall: JACK S. SMITH, JR., Marks;
JOSEPH HENRY SMITH, Boyle.
RUSSELL SMITH, Jackson; DAVID STECKLER, Biloxi; MARLER STONE, Jackson; DAVID STRONG, Crosby;
JOHN CALHOUN SULLIVAN, JR., Jackson; JOHN SULLIVAN, Jackson; KENNETH L. SWARTHOUT, JR.,
Meridian; DAN C. TAYLOR, Laurel.
JEWEL TAYLOR, Starkville; SANDRA THOMPSON, Leland; OLIVER BEAMAN TRIPLETT, Forest: DOUG-
LAS WADE, Jackson; JACKIE WALDEN, Jackson: VIRGINIA WALKER, McComb; ELIZABETH WILTER.
Morton; DAVID WEAVER, Ackerman.
FAYE WENGER. Grenada; JEANNIE WESLEY, Columbia; MARY ALICE WHITE, Jackson; DON WILDMON.
Ripley; SANDRA GAI WILLIAMS, Jackson: DONALD W. WILLIAMSON, JR., Meridian; MARGARET
WOODALL, Coffeeville; JOHN EVANS WOODS, Mt. Olive.
MARGARET YARBROUGH, Indianola; EILEEN YOUNG, Tchula; KATHY YOUNG, Tchula.
Oh, well, so we don't get big name bands here!
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Woodman, spare that tree
LYNN ABERNATHY, Jackson; ELEANOR ABRAHAM, Vicksburg; DONALD ADCOCK, Hattiesburg; ALBERT
ALEXANDER, Jackson; GERALD ALLEN, Brandon; JANE ALLEN, New Orleans, La.; CARMINE BANKS
Vicksburg; CHARLES EDWARD BARRANCO, Greenwood.
JO REE BARNETT, Jackson; DELORES BIGNER, Jackson; SUE HELEN BLAINE, Hazlehurst; TOMMY BLAIR,
Jackson; GARY BOONE, Laurel; JAMES C. BRASHER, Jackson; GLENN BRAY, New Orleans, La.; PETE BILL
BROOKINGS, Bangor, Maine.
CAROLYN EARL BROWN, Batesville; TACK BROWN, Jackson; MARY BROWN, Meridian; PRICE BURDINE.
Amory; BETTY BUSKIRK, Okolona; ELLA LOU BUTLER, Shuqualak; TED CALLAWAY, Clinton; WALLY
FRANK CARNEY, Crystal Springs; BARBARA CARTER, Greenwood; LARRY CHANDLER, Jackson; JAN
CLARK, Brookhaven; ANITA FAYE COE, Lambert; ROY COLLINS, Jackson; LINDA COOPER, Jackson; NINA
BUNNY COWAN, Jackson; ELEANOR CRABTREE, Jackson; NANCY FAITH CRAIG, Prairie; LYNDA
CRAWFORD, Jackson; ELLEN CREWS, Jackson; GLENICE CRISCOE, Carthage; JANE PEARSON CRISLER,
Port Gibson; BILL CROSBY, Indianola.
NINA CUNNINGHAM, Memphis, Tenn.; MARTHA DACUS, Winona; LYNN DARBY, Gunnison; MILDRED
DOWLING, Jackson; NANCY DUNSHEE, Starkville; GEORGE EDWARDS, Tupelo; JOHN ELLIS, Vicksburg:
FRANKLIN KENDALL ETHRIDGE III, Jackson.
KURT L. FELDMAN, Clarksville; JERRY FELKER, Columbia; SUZANNE FERGUSON, Beaumont, Texas;
LARRY EVON FORD, Taylorsville; CHARLIE FRANCIS, Gunnison; IRENE FRIDGE, Magnolia: MARTHA JO
GARNER, Europa; JOE GARRARD, Groves, Texas.
LINDA FAY GATES, Mendenhall; EDDIE GIEGER, Laurel; GAYLE GRAHAM, Waynesboro; WOOKY GRAY,
Grenada; RYAN GRAYSON, Moselle; JEAN AVIS GRIFFIN, Greenville; DONALD GRIMES, Stonewall; JOHN
And, in addition, free lockers and towels
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The Millsaps Band practicing field maneuvers
LUCY HAMBLIN, Jackson; MARY STEWART HAMILTON, Greenwood; LINDA HAMPTON, Helena, Ark.;
DON HARRIGILL, Brookhaven; NANCY HERTZ, Jackson; LOU HAVENS, Jackson; BARBARA HELEN
HIMEL, Leland; BATES HINDS, Tupelo.
FRANCES HINSON, Sardis; DON HOPKINS, Jackson; MARILYN HOPPER, Paducah, Ky.; ANN HUTCHINS,
Inverness; JO ANN IVEY, Clarksdale: JANICE JOHNSON, D'Lo; BETTY LYNN JONES, Hollandale; CYNTHIA
ANNE KARER, Laurel.
KATHRYN KELLOGG, Starkville; ANN KELLY, Yazoo City; JOE KENT, Sardis; SALLY ERWIN KING,
Winona; KAY KIRSCHENBAUM, Vicksburg; EDWIN THOMAS LARR, Vicksburg; BETTYE JO LAWRENCE,
Brandon; JIM B. LOCKHART, JR., Jackson.
RUTH McALLISTER, New Albany; JIMMY L. McCARTY, Forest; BILLY McKINLEY, Jackson; CLAUDIA
McMULLEN, Brookhaven; CLAUDIA MABUS, Drew; CAROL MALONE, Minter City; JAMES BURKE
MARTIN, Summit; BOB MAYNOR, Jackson.
frit AM,* ^Tft/
THOMAS MAYS, Clarksdale; LYNN MILES, Memphis, Tenn.; JANIS MITCHELL, Corinth; JAMES DANIEL
MASSIE, Jackson: BILLY GENE MOLPUS, Philadelphia; WILLIAM R. MONTGOMERY, Como; LEDA MOON.
Meridian; BILL MOONEY, Meridian.
JOYCE NEW, Memphis, Tenn.; CHARLOTTE OGDEN, Macon; ANN OLIVER, Jackson; PAT OWEN, Sena-
tohia: PATTI PATRICK, Tupelo; MARY JO PERRY, Louin; DON PHILLIPS, Brookhaven; FAY PREVOST,
MARVIN PYRON, Indianola; MARTHA RAY, Meridian; ED REDDING, Jackson; ROSE REYNOLDS, Jackson;
CHARLES H. RICKER, JR., Pascagoula; KEN ROBERTSON, Pascagoula; CURTIS ROGERS, Jackson; ELIZA-
BETH BISSELL ROGERS, Laurel.
NELL ROSS, Lewisburg; WADE H. RUSSELL, Kosciusko; BARBARA BAIN RUTHERFORD, Jackson; JACK
RYAN, Summit; WILLIAM SANDERS, Meridian; JUDY SCALES, Portageville, Mo.; CAROLE SHIELDS,
Grenada; VELA W. SHIRLEY, Jackson.
-and welcome to Teen Tempos
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The Night Riders ride at the Cafeteria
ROY SMITH, Benton.
MARY LEE STUBBLEFIELD, Yazoo City: ANN STURDIVANT, Tupelo: SYDNEY SWARTZFAGER. Laurel:
MARGARET SYLVESTER, Jackson; ANNETTE TARDY, Winona; TERYL TINSLEY, Philadelphia; DURAND
TOMLIN, Jackson; RUTH TOMLINSON, Jackson.
JOE ED VARNER, Vicksburg; GRACE VIGI, Jackson; MARY ELIZABETH WAITS, Sumrall; ROYANNE
WALDROP, Houston, Tex.; CHARLES WALLACE, Jackson; JON BELTON WALTERS, Jackson; FRAZIER
WARD, Jackson; HAYES WARRINER. Corinth.
WILLIAM MARVIN WATKINS, Jackson; BILL WEEMS, Jackson; GIPSON WELLS, Jackson; BETTY
WESSON, McComh; JERRY WHITEHEAD, Jackson; JOE WARLICK WHITWELL, Senatohia; JAMES RON-
ALD WILLIAMS, Okolona; PARHAM WILLIAMS, Belzoni.
GAIL ALEXANDER, Vicksburg; ROBERT EDWARD ALDRIDGE, Brookhaven; SANDY ALDRIDGE, Mobile.
Ala.; JACKIE ALLEN, Philadelphia; ALICE ANN AMELUNG, Greenwood; MARY FRANCES ANGLE, Laurel;
HENRY ASH, Centreville; SANDRA GAYLE BAILEY, Jackson.
SUSANNE BATSON, Clarksdale; CAROLYN BAUMGARTNER, Jackson; CHARLES JOSEPH BECKER, JR.,
[ackson; EVELYN BILBE, Wilson, Ark.; BILLY BILLUPS, Grenada; CATHERINE BIZZELL, Marks; DENNIS
BRACEY, Caruthersville, Mo.: NELL BRANTLEY, Richton.
BARBARA BRATTON, Tupelo; DENNY BRITT, Ruleville; JUDY BROOK, Amory; NANCY RUTH BROWN,
lackson; WALTER ROBERT BROWN. Meridian: BOB BRUNSON, Rich; JAMES BRUMFIELD, Jackson;
THELTON BRYANT, Jackson.
CAL BULLOCK, Jackson; GEORGIA ANN BURGESS, Nettleton; DIANE BURKE, Hattiesburg; ELLEN BURNS,
Jackson; IVAN BLACKWELL BURNETT, Meridian: JACKIE CADEN, Jackson; CAROLYN CARAWAY,
Greenville: ANNE CARR, Tupelo.
KA's prepare for homecoming festivities
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The faculty receiving line greets you
TOM CARTLEDGE, Clarksdale; CAROLE CATER, Laurel; ANDRE CLEMANDOT, JR., West Point; SUSAN
COATS, Columbia; BILLY R. COILE, Vicksburg; SENITH COUILLARD, Natchez; ARMAND EUGENE COUL-
LET, Jackson; CAROL JACK COVINGTON, Brookhaven.
JUDY CURRY, Memphis, Tenn.; PATRICIA DAVIS, Jackson; WILLIAM EUGENE DAVENPORT Yazoo
City; JUDY DAVIS Columbia; PEGGY DAVIS, Meridian; WOODY DAVIS, Pachuta; PHYLLIS ANn'dODD
Jackson; BILL DODSON, Jackson.
MORGAN DOUGLASS, Prairie Point; KATHY DOWNING, Laurel; JOHN DRAIS, New Orleans, La.; CARO-
LYN VIRGINIA DUNN, Biloxi; JO FRANCES EDWARDS, Brandon; RAUL FERNANDEZ, Havana, Cuba;
MARGARET ANN FERRELL, Greenville; HOWARD FLOWERS, Jackson.
BECKY FORD, Jackson; DONALD FORTENBERRY, Summit; TOM FULTON, Lyon; GAIL GARRISON,
Batesville; JANE GILPIN, Tupelo; FRED GIPSON, Philadelphia; RALPH GLENN, Gulfport; BEN GOODWIN,
■ i» ik Hi
BARBRA GOODYEAR, Gulfport; ELEANOR GRESHAM, Clarksdale; LYNDA GRICE, Tupelo; NANCY
GRISHAM, Cleveland; GLORIA HAINING, Clarksdale; BOBO HALL, Ocean Springs; HARLEY HARRIS,
Jackson; EDWINA HARRISON, Natchez.
SUE HART, Jackson; JIMMY HAYNES, Jackson; JAMES WILLIAM HENDERSON, JR., Clarksdale; GINNA
HENKING, Memphis, Tenn.; TOMMY HENNINGTON, McComb; ROBERT HUGH HETRICK, Crystal Springs;
MARTHA ANN HUDDLESTON, Tchula; JIM HURDLE, Shelby.
CLARA FRANCES JACKSON, Jackson; SUSIE JENKINS, Jackson; JAMES CALVIN JOHNSON, JR., Jackson;
FAYE JOLLY, Jackson; JUDY JONES, Jackson; THOMAS R. JONES, Saltillo; MAJA KEECH, Miami, Fla.;
ANN KENNEDY, Danville, Ky.
JOE MARTIN KENNEDY, Newton; PATSY KING, Brookhaven; SUSAN KING, Greenville; PHILIP KOL-
MAN, Jackson; GINGER LAMB, Oxford; GAY LAMBERT, Na'chez; CHARLES LANGFORD, Marks; JOANNE
This year we have the Russian Women's Olympic Volleyball
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But why don't the boy's date me?
LYNDA LEE, Laurel; ROBERT N. LEGETT, JR., Vicksburg, EMILY LEMANSSON, Jackson; JIMMY-
LEVERETT, Monroe, La.; HARMON LEWIS, Tylertown; DAVID LIBBY, Louisville; JOHN LIPSCOMB,
Jackson; NANCY LIPSCOMB, Jackson.
PATRICIA LONG, Tupelo; ANNE LOWRY. Woodville; BOB LOWRY, Laurel; RUSSELL LYONS, Clinton;
FAYE McCHARREN, Jackson; ELOISE McCLINTON, Quitman; ROGER L. McGEHE, JR., Jackson; DAN
McINTOSH III, Mendenhall.
EUGENIA McLAURIN, Hollandale; MARTHA McNEIL, Laurel; MORGAN MACLACHLAN, Gainesville, Fla.;
CAROLYN MAHAFFEY, Jackson; WILBUR W. MARTIN, JR., Selma, Ala.; CLYDE MATHEWS, Jackson;
JAMES DENT MAY, Mendenhall; HELEN CHERRY MILLER, Woodville.
MARY BENTLEY MILLS, Gulfport; RHETT MITCHELL, Forest; SUSANNA MI2E, Jackson; JUDY MONK,
Jackson; JANIE MONTGOMERY, Greenwood; JAMES MOOD, Yazoo City; TOMMY MOORE, Indianola;
GENIA MOREHEAD, Washington, D. C.
GEORGE MOUNGER, Calhoun City; JIMMY MOZINGO, Jackson; TOMMY MULLINS, Macon; SYLVIA
MULLINS, Macon; GLENDA SUE MURPHREE, Verona; CHARLES NETHERTON, Jackson; J. T. NOBLIN,
Jackson; JAKE NOULETT, Jackson.
SECOND ROW :
CHARLES ROBERT ODOM, Vicksburg; MARY ANN ORNDORFF, Jackson; BILL ORR, Grenada; LELAND
RALPH PARKE, Clinton; JEAN PARKER, Quitman; MITZI PARKER, Bruce; RACHEL PEDEN, Belzoni;
KEETON PHILLIPS, Quitman.
MAUDEAN PHIPPS. Jackson; PAULINE PICKERING, Derma; CAROLYN PITNER, New Albany; PATTYE
POWELL, Greenville; MILLICENT PRICE, Jackson: SHIRLEY JEAN PROUTY, Jackson; BILLYE DELL
PYRON, Indianola: ANN RANKIN, Canton.
JAMES W. RAYNER, Jackson; ANNE REGAN, Jackson: JIM RHODES, Vicksburg; CHUCK ROBERTSON,
Jackson; PEGGY ROBERTSON, Jackson; CHARLES ROBINETTE, Greenwood; CAROLE ROBINSON, Utica;
VERNON ROSS, Hernando.
SUE SANDERS, Vicksburg; CHARLES SANFORD, Jackson; BILLY SCROGGINS, Brookhaven.
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OSCAR SCOTT, Gunnison; HELEN SEAGO, Collinsville; CAROLYN SHANNON, Hattiesburg; BETTY SUE
SHIRLEY, Bastrop, La.; CARY SIMMONS, Clarksdale; MARY SUE SIMPSON, Shaw; R. LUCEAN SMITH,
Union Church; RALPH SOWELL, Jackson.
BOB SPIERS, Picayune; JOSH STEVENS, Macon; BETHANY STOCKETT, Jackson; MARY LOUISE STRICK-
LAND, Minter City; JUDY SUMMERS, Memphis; JON SWARTZFAGER, Laurel; RONNIE TEW, Natchez;
NICKY THOMAS, McComh.
BARBARA SUE THOMPSON, Ackerman; MICHAEL THOMPSON, Pascagoula; PATRICIA THOMPSON,
Greenwood; WILLIAM TISDALE, Ridgeland; BETTY TYNES, Biloxi; JIMMY UNDERWOOD, Forest; MIL-
DRED WADE, Starkville; KENNETH WALCOTT, Hollandale.
KATHERINE WALT, Greenwood; DIANE WALLACE, Drew; MARY EDYTH WALTERS, Greenville; JUDITH
WARD, Jackson; CAROL WEBSTER, Vicksburg; RUTH WEBSTER, Starkville; ALICE WELLS, Durant;
BETTYE WEST, Yazoo City.
DEVADA WETMORE, Greenwood; MARTHA LOUISE WHITE, Greenwood; TISH WHITTEN, Jackson;
JAMES HOWARD WIBLE, Pensacola, Fla.; ALICE GREY WIGGERS, Indianola; BARBARA WIKSTRAND,
Gulfport; DOROTHY WILCOX, Lauderdale, Fla.; AMY WILKERSON, Jackson.
WILLIAM WILKINS, Clarksdale; KELLY WILLIAMS, Gulfport; FRANK WILLIAMSON, Greenwood; BRIAN
WOO, Belzom; EDWARD WOODALL, Coffeeville; BONNIE WYMOND DAVIS, Jackson; NANCY YOUNG,
♦>*H <*** «<«e»
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SEATED: Charles Jennings. STANDING: Porter, Rider,
Wheeless, Clarlc, King, Hurdle, Cowan.
FIRST ROW: Clarlc, Williams, Cowan, Kerr, Wetmore, Wheeless. SECOND ROW: Ricker, Sanders, Burns, Jones, Angle
Prevost, Himel, Walker, Hurdle, Pyron, Cooper, Stoker, Jennings.
"O. K., everybody, just give me a pleasant smile." "Are
you still using that typewriter!" "If I have to re-draw this
page one more time, I think Fll scream." Oh, the headaches
that go into producing an annual . . . late, late hours of
work, work, and more work . . . cropping pictures . . . selling
ads . . . writing copy . . . identifying pictures . . . desperately
trying to complete everything and meet those dreaded dead-
lines. It wasn't an easy task, but it was one we fell to with
We had all the materials before us — scratch paper, tripli-
cate copy paper, film, erasers, pens. All we lacked was ideas.
In you, the Student Body of Millsaps College, we found our
ideas. If we could capture the aliveness of the students, the
knowledge and wisdom that lay at our fingertips, the tradi-
tions, and the whirl of activities in pictures and print, we
would be able to present to you an annual that would always
bring back memories of Millsaps College — 1958-1959. This is
what we have tried to do.
SEATED: Mullins. SECOND ROW: McClinton, Gilpin, Webster. THIRD ROW: Fortenberry, Hathorne, Gilliland, Carney,
o o P
SEATED: Crabtree, Darby, Frazler, Hughes, Weems, Wheeless, Miller, Wesson, Wi
wood, Holllngsworth, Walters, Cowart, Roberts,
Ison, Taylor, Dunshee. STANDING: Gate-
Max Miller — President
Jeanine Adcock — Vice-President
Susan Wheeless — Secretary
Bob Weems — Treasurer
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Purple and White
Whether you were planning a career in journalism or just liked to write for enjoyment, the
Purple and White, Millsaps' weekly newspaper, supplied the experience and fun that you were seeking.
Everyone on the P & W staff seemed constantly on the go. Each week section editors made assign-
ments and then prodded tactfully until the job was done. Clamoring for attention, the younger
reporters tried hard to please. It took a lot of hard work to produce a first-rate newspaper, so work
the P & W staff did. On into the wee hours of the morning they slaved — fighting to meet the next
deadline. We did not see all the work that went on in the P & W room, but we heartily approve of
the finished product.
FIRST ROW: Harris, Wallace, Davis, West, Land, Felcher, Peden.
SECOND ROW: Sullivan, Ryan, Wildman, Williams, Walker, Lambert,
Wynn, Prince. THIRD ROW: Wilter, Simpson, Butler, Burke, Kelly,
Kaver, Dates, Shields, Lewis. FOURTH ROW: Ash, Mullins, Young,
Callaway, Wade, McLaurin, Wetmore, Harvey, Sowell.
SEATED: Burke, Welch, Hinds. STANDING: Douglas, Lewis.
MR. LANCE GOSS
"There's no business like Show Business!" . . . the weeks of
memorizing lines and perfecting movements . . . night rehearsals that
never seemed to end on time . . . banging on scenery and slapping on
paint . . . the mad confusion of dress rehearsal . . . opening night
jitters . . . the audience as it roared its approval . . . the cast party
... all were a part of Show Business — Millsaps Style.
The precedent set by Director Lance Goss and other Players
groups was a hard goal to reach, but reach it the 1959 Millsaps
Their main productions, Lerner and Lowe's "Paint Your
Wagon," and "The Lady's Not For Burning," staged in-the-round,
gave the Players an opportunity to participate in various kinds of
drama. Although they were an amateur group, the professionalism
with which they worked quickly brought acclaim to the Players, Lance
Goss, and to Millsaps.
Clifton Ware as the Caliph of Bagdad and Nancy Boyd
as Marsinah in "Kismet."
Ronald Willoughby, as Mile, explains to Johnny Sullivan, Ben
Rumson, about the relationship of his daughter with Glenn
Bray, who plays the part of Sandy.
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SITTING: Kerr, Cowan, Clark, Smith, Lipscomb. STANDING — FIRST ROW: King, Willoughby, Rogers, Lancaster, Jennings, Wenger, Jeanes,
Blount, Bailey, Phillips, Sherrod. SECOND ROW: Coile, Wetmore, Smith, Matthews, McCarty, Miller, Frost, Hatchell, Webb, Ryan, Sullivan.
THIRD ROW: Robertson, Reuff, Davis, Boyd, Davis, Caden.
Johnny Sullivan as Ben Rumson and Pat Long as Jennifer,
Ben's daughter, in "Paint Your Wagon."
In minutes the backstage crew changes scenes
for the Players.
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SEATED: Wibtrand, Chapman, Brunson, Price, Orndorff. STANDING: Lovett, Clark, Stone, Ogden,
Walters, Farmer, Boswell, Waits, Weaver, Welch, McClung.
MR. RICHARD FAIRBANKS
The Madrigal Singers, under the direction of Richard Fairbanks, was a group
of the finest voices on the Millsaps campus. The smallness of the group made it possible
to stage almost every number the group presented. We knew we could always expect
a double treat of good singing and clever productions when the Madrigal Singers
"Once again, please." With these words Mr. Holmes Ambrose playfully shook
the toy bullwhip he had been presented by certain members of the Millsaps Singers
group. This combination of demanding your best and adding just the right touch of
laughter gave the incentive that made the Millsaps Singers not just another mixed
chorus but one of the finest choral groups in the South.
They practiced, practiced, practiced — daily rehearsals as a group, working as
individuals, and taking part in special called rehearsals. They shared their talent at
weekly Chapel programs and with their presentation of the Messiah and the Feast of
Carols. The Tour Choir gave performances in the state and in the surrounding areas
bringing more honor to the group.
MR. HOLMES AMBROSE
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MR. LEWIS E. PULLO
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MISS JACKIE ALLEN
Plays Important Role In Campus
Wallick, Yarbrough, Hart, Allen, Cruise, Lingle, Hamilton.
FIRST ROW: Lawrence, Hamilton, Lewis, Matthews, Wallace, Ojden, SECOND ROW: McGehe, Aldridge, Williamson, Hart, Allen,
Webster, Sautelle, Flowers, Legett, Montgomery. THIRD ROW: Bizzell, Coats, Prince, Harrigill, Tidwell, Humphries, Lamb, Steckler,
Mcintosh, Parlce, Walters, DicVerson.
"Tweet" . . . the drums rolled . . . and the Millsaps Band hit the field with a
peppy stride for half-time maneuvers. Football season passed quickly, but the year
had only begun for band members. They buckled down to perfect difficult passages and
try out new material at daily rehearsals. After weeks of preparation they presented
a special Christmas program and their annual concert for the enjoyment of all. The
Millsaps Band had once more become an important part of .campus life.
The band forms "M" tor Millsaps.
The student body enjoys the Millsaps' fight song.
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Lange, Carter, Walker, Morrison, Rogers, Jeanes.
Each semester, Stylos presented a sampling of the literary contributions of Millsaps students.
Millsaps' writers could "break into print" through the pages of Stylus, the literary magazine. Prose
and poetry contributions were submitted by the students to the staff which consisted of both faculty
members of the English department and qualified students. Prospective young artists submitted their
work to be displayed on the cover or throughout the magazine.
"Mr. Chairman!" At last the moment had arrived. For weeks the members of the Debate Club
had collected information on the national debate topic, written and rewritten their speeches; now they
could state their opinions loudly and clearly. And state them they did. Their background in inter-
collegiate debating at Millsaps, which had won them membership in the Debate Club, coupled with
the club's providing opportunity for the debaters to perfect their art, made Millsaps' Debate Team
one of the finest.
FIRST ROW: Ernest, Yarbrough, Riclcer, Mooney, Couillard, Sanders. SECOND ROW: Causey,
Mr. Collins, Parlce, McKaskel, Thompson.
MR. EDWARD COLLINS
FIRST ROW: Professor Guest, New, Bishop, Hendee, Williams, Coullet. SECOND ROW: Stealer,
Webster, Paine, Lancaster, Seales, Libby, Lewis. THIRD ROW: Leggett, Long, Marett, Faulkner,
The German Club is composed of students interested in Germany, the German language, and
the German people. It has enlightening programs on German culture which include speakers and
films. The club's annual Christmas party is the highlight of the year, boasting German food and
Problems — problems — problems — these were the meat of the Women's Council. If we wanted to
suggest some improvement in the dormitories or clear up a question of school policy concerning dress,
we knew what to do. Our dormitory assistants and monitors, house mothers, and the Dean of Women
were eager to try solving our problems. The Council had problems; but the efficient way the women's
student government was directed proved what a vital organization it was.
FIRST ROW: Harris, Warriner, Waits, Mrs. Peebles, Pillow, Allen, Moon, Dunshee. SECOND ROW:
Stoker, Tumlinson, Malone, Kelly, Aurbakken, Brown, Simpson, Stockett, New, Goodyear, Kellogg,
Himel, Batson, Wilcox, Addkison, McMullan, Lamb, Rasor, Gresham.
MARY E. WAITS
MRS. RUFUS PEEBLES
JO ANN GOODWIN
MR. ROBERT E RERGMAR
SEATED: Gray, Ware, Young, Goodwin. STANDING: New, Adcock, Cole, Farmer.
Religious activities for Millsaps on the interdenominational level were the concern of the Christian
Council. Each member, an elected representative from one of the various religious organizations on
campus, brought not only his own ideas to planning sessions, but also those of his group. After weeks
of careful planning and a lot of hard work, the Christian Council sponsored Days of Spiritual Enrich-
ment, the J. Lloyd Decell Lectureship, and Christ and the Fine Arts Week.
Women Christian Workers
The future D.C.E.'s deaconesses, choir directoresses, D.R.E.'s, on- the Millsaps campus all
found that the Women's Christian Workers was the organization that provided them with fellowship,
guidance, and a chance to serve on both on-campus and off-campus projects. The inspiration they found
in working and playing together left a deep impression that will go with them forever.
FIRST ROW: Allen, Malone, Ross, Goodwin, Garner, Bracken. SECOND ROW: Craig, Harrison, Waits,
Taylor, Tinsley, Shirley, Grisham, Gates, Chapman, Wesson, Walter, Pickering.
JO ANN GOODWIN
MARY ELIZABETH WAITS
FIRST ROW- Crabtree Stoker Bates, Patrick. SECOND ROW: Gray, Walt, Lowrance, Thompson,
White Silpio THIRD ROW: Montgomery, Butler, Hopkins, Salisbury. FOURTH ROW: Cooper,
Amalong, Tardy, Moon, Kellogg, Wesley, Brown, Hutchms.
Young Women's Christian Association
Membership in the Young Women's Christian Association was based on one requirement a sincere
interest in working for improvement of Christian ideals. Each Y. W. C. A. member gave serious
thought to her ideals and goals and sought to contribute to group discussions. They sponsored a
new student mixer at the beginning of the school year, Faculty Waiter Night, and worked with the
high school age girls at the Methodist Home.
The time for Millsaps' pre-mmistenal students to begin their work was not tomorrow or' the next
day but right then. Through the Ministerial League these preachers-to-be found the opportunity to gain
valuable experience through fellowship with the other members and service at mission points throughout
FIRST ROW- Burnett, Walker, Felder, Stanford, Gentry, Lewis, Hollingsworth, Scarbrough, Fortenberry,
Rush, Young, Professor Anding. SECOND ROW: Ash, Robinette, Gatewood, Johnson, Gray, Rush,
Robinson, Whitwell, Armstrong, Bugg.
FIRST ROW: Bartling, Hamblin, Cole, Frazier, Pillow. SECOND ROW: Walt, Garrison, Regan, Roberts,
Karer. THIRD ROW: Mize, Baumgardner, Kellogg, Montgomery, King, Carter, Crisler, Lemasson.
FOURTH ROW: Libby, Eddleman, Whitehead.
The connecting point between the Presbyterian Church and Presbyterian students at Millsaps was
Westminster. Weekly devotional periods and socials brought these students together for a time of
sharing and fellowship.
Enriching the spiritual life of Episcopal students was the task the Canterbury Club cheerfully
undertook. Through a program of worship, study, stewardship, evangelism, and Christian social action,
it strove to make God and his praise first in the lives of its members.
FIRST ROW: Gray, Salisbury, Bush, Miss Parker. SECOND ROW: Rutherford, Morehead, Waller,
Scott, Harvey, Harris, Beckes. THIRD ROW: Kenny, Kelly, Callaway, Thompson, Rushing.
MISS SHIRLEY PARKER
FIRST ROW: Curry, Adcock, Thompklns, McKnight, Roberts. SECOND ROW: Bullock, Tidwell, Glenn,
Disciples Student Fellowship
One of the newest organizations on the campus was the Disciples Student Fellowship. Although only
in its second year of existence, the D.S.F. provided a program of the development of members of the
Christian Church into men and women with a deep love and respect for Christ and his teachings.
Service projects, conferences, and socials gave them the chance to put this love to practice.
Baptist Student Union
Realizing their own spiritual needs, they listened attentively to devotionals given by students and
talks given by pastors, church directors, and outstanding laymen of the community. There was a need
to be filled at convalescent homes, the Old Men's Home, and the Baptist Orphanage; and the B.S.U.
saw this need. The devotionals and programs they gave there on monthly mission trips brought happiness
into the lives of many.
FIRST ROW: Epting, Blue, Adcock, Lundquisr, Grlce, Ogdon. SECOND ROW: Fridge, Dickerson,
Stoker, Whltten, Biielle, Farmer, Jaspers. THIRD ROW: Dunshee, Johnson, Clark, Grisham, Davis,
ELIZABETH A. CLARK
MARY CAROL CAUGHMAN
MRS. K. E. HEDERI
We Methodists had our own organisation — The Wesley Fellowship. We eagerly looked forward
to each meeting for variety was the keynote of our Wesley activities. While guest speakers provided a
guide for lively discussions, dramatic readings by students, and series meetings added something special
to the weekly programs. Not everyone could attend the Sixth Quadrennial National Student Conference
held in Lawrence, Kansas, or the Religious Life Seminar, hut our representatives shared with us their
adventures. Throughout the year each of us found in the Wesley Fellowship inspirational experiences
we would treasure forever.
CLIFTON WARE President
GAYLE GRAHAM Vice President
JEANNIE WESLEY Secretary
CAROLYN ALLEN Treasurer
DR. ROBERT E. BERGMARK Advisor
One finds drama in Wesley along with spiritual enrichment.
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SEATED: Mr. Wood, Dr. Ferguson, Mullens, Dr. Moore. STANDING: Balgord, Wesson, Bugg,
Miller, Prince. Kerr.
Omicron Delta Kappa
BILLY MULLINS President
DR. ROSS MOORE Secretary
The highest honor a Millsaps man can earn is membership in Omicron Delta Kappa, the men's
leadership fraternity. Omicron Delta Kappa was organized not only to give recognition to those who
have excelled in scholarship and leadership and participated in many campus activities, but also to
create a representative group that could work with the faculty, student body, and alumni members
to better Millsaps.
Tap Day was an exciting event for everyone. They waited impatiently for the announcement of
new Omicron Delta Kappa tappees. With the hearty congratulations of the student body and humble
pride in their hearts those young men took their places.
Dr. Ross Moore
Dr. H. E. Finger, Jr.
Mr. J. W. Wood
Dr. James S. Ferguson
Ton Ed Williams
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SEATED: Mrs. Peebles, Piper, Adcock, Wynn, Becltes. STANDING: Land, Lundquist, Neyman, Taylor,
JEANINE ADCOCK President
GAY PIPER Vice President
PAT WYNN Secretary-Treasurer
JULIA ANN BECKES Historian
MRS. RUFUS PEEBLES Advisor
With broad smiles, happy hearts, and a few tears, newly installed members of Sigma Lambda
received their congratulations. This select group was not composed of women who were content to
just get by. Each day they put out the extra effort that made them outstanding as individuals in
scholarship, leadership, and campus activities.
For those girls who had earned this honor, initiation was only the first step. To them fell the
duty of setting a living example of high ideals for the rest of the school.
Julia Ann Beckes
Mrs. Rufus Peebles
Mrs. H. E. Finger
Miss Mildred Morehead
Miss Elizabeth Craig
Miss Audrey Jennings
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FIRST ROW: Beclces, Lundquist, Piper, Neyman, Adcock, Land, Wheeless. SECOND ROW: Kerr,
Balgord, Mullins. Miller, Drysdale, Ware, Rush, Smith, Williams. Not Pictured: A. Bush, Jon Ed Williams.
AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES
Being nominated and accepted to appear in the current issue of Who's "Who Aynong Students in
American Universities and Colleges is the largest honor that can come to any Millsaps student. The
campus nomination committee considers, in making its selections, the student's scholarship, his
participation and leadership in academic and extracurricular activities, his citizenship and service to
the school, and his promise of future usefulness.
The eighteen Millsaps students who earned places in the 1958-1959 Edition of Who's Who can
be proud of this reward for work well done.
Nancy Carroll Neyman
Judson Waller Smith III
Julia Ann Beckes
Gay Allen Piper
Edith Jeanine Adcock
Susan Sutton Wheeless
William Benjamin Kerr
Jon Ed Williams
William Sylvester Mullins III
William Dwyer Balgord
Arnold Arlington Bush, Jr.
James Maxwell Miller
John Phillip Drysdale
Durward Clifton Ware, Jr.
Julian B. Rush
Clyde V. Williams
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DR. M. C. WHITE
FIRST ROW: Wllloughby, Dr. White, Mr. Hardin, Carter. SECOND ROW: Kerr, Morrison, Lambert.
Not pictured, Jeanes.
Kit Kat, the "oldest and most exclusive honorary on the Millsaps campus/' recognized male writers
of outstanding literary accomplishments, interest, and ability in creative writing.
Requirement for membership is a majority vote of the active members of Kit Kat. Members support
and contribute to Stylus and the Southern Literary Festival.
Chi Delta was the visual evidence of the saying that good things come in small packages. The exclu-
siveness of Millsaps' honorary women's literary organization only emphasized the honor of belonging.
Through contributing to Stylus and the Southern Literary Festival, the members strove to further creative
writing interests and activities among women students at Millsaps College.
FIRST ROW: Walker, Graham. SECOND ROW: McDade, Wynn, Land, Paine.
VIRGINIA HELEN WALKER
MISS SHIRLEY PARKER
MR. EDDIE COLLINS
McKasltel, Collins, Rogers, Causey, Ricker.
Pi Kappa Delta
"The art of persuasion beautiful and just" is the basis for membership in Pi Kappa Delta, nation, il
honorary Forensic Society. Debate, oratory, extemporaneous spc. iking, and individual original speaking
all are a part of this art of persuasion. Members are given the opportunity to win acclaim for themselves
and the school at the Millsaps Debate Tournament, one of the South's largest and finest tournaments,
which is sponsored by Pi Kappa Delta.
Being asked to become a member of Millsaps' scholastic honorary, Eta Sigma, was one of the high-
est honors that a student could earn. The qualifications were high : the student must be at least a first
semester junior with a 2.6 or better overall point index. Only a gifted few could meet these qualifica-
tions; these people were paid the high tribute of Eta Sigma membership.
SEATED: Paine, Adcoclc. STANDING: Love, Cowart, Dr. White.
DEAN JAMES S. FERGUSON
JOE ED THOMAS
FIRST ROW: Ogden, Miller, Yarbrough, Thomas, Piper. SECOND ROW: Costas, Danagiotou, Brooks,
Houston, Sherrod, Paine, Ivey, Bates, Saucier. THIRD ROW: Cowart, Willoughby.
Eta Sigma Phi
Through the club pursuits of Eta Sigma Phi, Rome and Greece lived once again. Those students
who had excelled in these classical languages and had been awarded membership in Eta Sigma Phi quickly
learned that here was their opportunity to further their interest in the history, art, and literature of
ancient Greece and Rome. The two highlights of the year were the presentation of the Alfred Porter
Hamilton award to the outstanding Latin student at Murrah High School and the traditional Roman
Pi Delta Phi
"Comment allez-vous?" "Tres bien, merci;" These simple French phrases are only symbolic of Pi
Delta Phi, the national French honorary, for the members of this group had excelled in the study of
French language and customs. Although it was organised only last Spring, Pi Delta Phi soon took its
place as one of Millsaps' most progressive honoraries.
Professor Baslcin, Aurbalclcen, Rogers, Lambert. Not pictured, Miss Craig,
Mrs. Hederi, Dr. Sanders,
FIRST ROW: Professor Caplenor, Dowling, Professor Ward, Bishop, Dr. Price. SECOND ROW: Love,
Theta Nu Sigma
In recognition of their excellence in scholarship and leadership, science students are initiated into
Theta Nu Sigma, honorary science fraternity. Besides giving honor to worthy students Theta Nu Sigma
strives to promote interest among all students in natural and mathematical sciences, to make available to
the members scientific facts and discoveries, and to encourage students having scientific inclinations to
enter graduate and professional schools.
Alpha Epsilon Delta
The difference between prc-medical school and medical school is such a large one that Alpha Epsilon
Delta, the national honorary pre-medical fraternity, is concerned primarily with acting as a go-between
for med students. Only those students possessing leadership, expertness, good character, and a pleasing
personality are accepted for membership.
SEATED: Ratliff, Cain, Wesson, Merrell, Lancaster, Dr. Price. STANDING: Professor Caplenor, Pillow,
Love, Potts, Massie, Carley, Downing, Professor Ward.
MARGARET ANN MERRELL
HENRY L. LEWIS
RAY L. WESSON
DR. I. B. PRICE
JOHN SHARP GATEWOOD
JAMES HAROLD GRAY
FIRST ROW: Bugg, McKnight, Erwin, Stone, Jennings. SECOND ROW: Weaver, Gatewood, Thomas,
Gray, Prince. NOT PICTURED: Houston, Miller, Rush, Stone, Thompson
Alpha Phi is a service fraternity composed of men students who have expressed outstanding interest
in student activities. Alpha Phi sponsors the Book Exchange at the beginning of each semester and the
all-campus carol-sing before the Christmas holidays.
Psi Delta Chi
Millsaps' future psycho-analysts had an honorary, too — Psi Delta Chi. Membership was based on
an interest in psychology, a 2.00 average in psychology, and registration for a major or minor study in
psychology. All that remained was to obtain a three-fourths vote of the honor members and you became
a member of Psi Delta Chi with honorary standing.
FIRST ROW: Epting, Casey, Rainey. SECOND ROW: Dr. Levanway, Adcock, Dungan, Sherrod.
DOROTHY JACK CASEY
DR. R. W. LEVANWAY
MRS. J. D. POWELL
FIRST ROW: Stoker, Casey, Porter, Neyman, Powell. SECOND ROW: Lundquist. Taylor, Gray, Wynn,
Brooks, Walker, Matthews, Woodall, Lipscomb, Bartling, Allen, Walden, Jones.
Kappa Delta Epsilon
"Will the meeting come to order." The babble of voices was suddenly hushed, and the meeting of
Kappa Delta Epsilon was underway. The business of Millsaps' professional honorary for outstanding
girls who were preparing to teach was quickly taken care of, and the members happily settled down to
enjoy the guest speakers and participate in pertinent discussions of educational problems and possible so-
lutions. The Christmas party at the Old Ladies' Home, High School Day display, and Founders' Day
luncheon were their special outside activities.
International Relations Club
The International Relations Club served to stimulate interest in political science and current history
and to honor those students genuinely interested in these fields. For first-hand reports the club called on
foreign students who have recently traveled overseas. But the highlight of the activities of I.R.C. were the
open forums on especially timely topics. Here at Millsaps we were encouraging tomorrow's politicians
and conscientious citizens.
FIRST ROW: Moore, Bush, Piper, McKaskel. SECOND ROW: Ash, Bergmark, Hays, Aurbakken,
Salisbury, Felsher, Adcock, Walker. THIRD ROW: Wilkins, Miley, McArthur, Rush, Cowart, Drysdale,
DR. ROSS MOORE
FIRST ROW: Dickerson, Webb, Clark. SECOND ROW: Frost, Matthews, Sherrod, Smith. THIRD ROW:
Kerr, Willoughby, Hatchell, Miller, Epttng, Campbell, Jeanes, Lange, Sullivan, Prince, Causey.
Alpha Psi Omega
Outstanding interest, ability, and participation in all phases of, dramatic
arts are the prerequisites for membership in Alpha Psi Omega, national
honorary dramatic fraternity. This meant work; however, this work brought
rich rewards, good memories, and awards and trophies.
MR. LANCE GOSS
Jud Smith as SaVini In "Teahouse of the August Moon"
Johnny Sullivan as the Wazir in "Kismet"
FIRST ROW: Wynn, Neyman, Wheeless. SECOND ROW: Lipscomb, Lundquist, AurbaUcen, Dribben,
Potts, Huggins, Cowan, Carlson. THIRD ROW: Smith, Piper, Allen, Merrell, Pillow, Taylor, Allen.
"Make that basket!" "A little help!" It was sports time again. The girls were adding verve and
sparkle to Millsaps' intramural program. They had a special reward, too — membership in the Majorette
Club. Not all girls were asked to become members of the Majorette Club. Participation in three of the
girls' intramurals and an attitude of good sportsmanship were the essential qualifications. One of the
most eagerly awaited campus events was Stunt Night, sponsored by the club.
"M" Club members came in different sizes — short or tall — thin or brawny — but they had one
main characteristic, they had excelled and lettered either in football, basketball, baseball, or tennis. The
club had one main purpose, too — to promote intercollegiate athletics and intramural sports. Wherever
you found a group discussing a recent Majors' game, you were sure to find "M" Club members. Their
avid interest was the sparkplug needed to make sports an important part of campus life.
FIRST ROW: Lowery, Lyons, Redding, Brunson, Mounger, Johnston, Felder, Wesson, Bugg. SECOND
ROW: G-atewood, Marett, Lawrence, Bush, Whitwell, Bonner, Ratcliff, Davis. THIRD ROW: Sherman,
H. Ray, B. Ray, Strong, Kinnard.
MR. S. R. KNOX
DR, R. R. PRIDDY
DR. J. B. PRICE
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Alice Grey Wiggers
John Sharp Gatewood
Julia Anne Beckes
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JOHN DRYSDALE President
BILLY KERR Vice President
BILLY MULLINS Secretary
DAVID WEAVER Treasurer
KAPPA ALPHA Billy Mullins, Pat Gilliland
KAPPA SIGMA David Weaver, Woods Cavett
LAMBDA CHI ALPHA John Drysdalc. Russell Smith
PI KAPPA ALPHA Billy Kerr, Braek Lange
SPONSOR DR. FRANK M. LANEY
Rush system with a eapital R was the main concern of the Inter-Fraternity Couneil this year.
The representatives of the four fraternities having ehapters at Millsaps spent meeting after meeting
discussing ways of improving methods of rushing. But not all their time was spent with rush week.
Plans for the Pan-Hellenic — IFC Greek dance and the annual Beauty Review also occupied a place in
the Council's busy schedule. The co-operation of the fraternity representatives and sponsor, Dr. Frank
M. Laney, quickly and efficiently ironed out any difficulties that arose.
Seated, left to right: Weaver, Mullins, Drysdale, Kerr
Standing, left to right: Gilliland, Williamson, Smith
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Seated, left to right: Lundqulst, Merrell, Mrs. Peebles, Bartling, Wynn
Standing, left to right: Beckes, Aurbalclcen, White, Ogden, Piper, Taylor, Wheeless, Dribben
JEANETTE LUNDQUIST President
MARGARET ANN MERRELL Vice President
BETTY BARTLING Secretary
PAT WYNN Treasurer
BETA SIGMA OMICRON Else Mane Aurbakken, Jewel Taylor
CHI OMEGA Julia Ann Beckes, Susan Wheeless
KAPPA DELTA Betty Dribben, Charlotte Ogden
PHI MU Gay Piper, Mary Alice White
SPONSOR MRS. ANNE PEEBLES
Problems — problems — problems — the bi-monthly meetings of the Pan-Hellenic Council never
seemed long enough to take care of all the business concerning Millsaps 1 four sororities. But whether
they were planning decorations for the Pan-Hellenic - IFC Greek dance, revising the system of rush, or
making plans for the annual Beauty Review, the members of the Council completely handled every
situation. The efforts of the representatives of the sororities coupled with the advice of the sponsor,
Mrs. Anne Peebles, soon made the Pan-Hellenic Council one of the most active and progressive
organizations on the campus.
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Barnett, Jo Ree
Ann Brooks Vice President
Pat Wynn Pledge Trainer
Jewel Taylor Treasurer
Carolyn Allen Secretary
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Wade, Mildred Ann
Strickland, Mary Louise
Aurbakken . . . Sec. Tour Choir, Sec. WCW, Motive Editor, Sec. -Gen. Model UN
Assembly, Pres. Pi Delta Phi, Religious Life Seminar, IRC; Malone . . . Treas. WCW,
Personnel Chairman on Wesley Council, Ole Miss Play Day team, Pfe?W Staff; Carlson
. . . Tour Choir; Fridge . . . Chemistry Award; Aldndge . . . "Paint Your Wagon";
Hart . . . Majorette; Webster . . . Band; Shannon. . . Program Committee for Wesley
Fellowship Allen . . . Treas. Wesley Fellowship; Wynn . . . Sec. -Treas. Sigma Lambda,
V.-Pres. Majorette Club, Chi Delta, Society Editor of P&W, Treas. Panhellenic; Carl-
son, Jewel Taylor . . . Majorette Club; Aurbakken, Jewel Taylor . . . Panhellenic;
Allen, Jewel Taylor . . . Sigma Lambda; Allen, Brooks, Wynn, Jewel Taylor . . . Kappa
Delta Epsilon; Malone, Jewel Taylor . . . Student Senate; Aurbakken, Brown, Gresham,
Malone . . . Women's Council; Aldridge, Aurbakken, Cooper, Prouty, Malone, Monk,
Carlson, Brown, Wilkerson, Strickland, Wade .' . . Millsaps Singers; Aurbakken . . .
Nationally Founded : University of Missouri, December 12, 1888
Locally Founded: September 1, 1926
Colors Ruby and Pink
Flower Richmond and Kilarney Rose
Publication "The Urn"
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Angle, Mary Frances
Bookhart, Virginia Alice
Caughman, Mary Carol
Jackson, Clara Frances
Julia Anne Beckes President
Allan Walker Vice President
Mary Charles Price Secretary
Sybil Hester Treasurer
Price, Mary Charles
Pyron, Billie Dell
Roberts, Sue Bell
Rogers, Elizabeth Bissell
Wiggers, Alice Gray
Julia Ann Beckes
Wheeless . . . Miss Millsaps, Who's Who, Sec. Student Body, Class Editor Bohashela,
Sec.'Treas. Majorette Club, PfefW Staff, Panhellenic; Lee . . . Freshman Day Queen;
Beckes . . . Who's Who, Favorite, Sigma Lambda I listorian, Pi KA Dream Girl, Pan-
hellenic; Bartling . . . Sec.-Treas. Westminster, KDE; Porter . . . Pres. KDE, Feature
Editor Bohashela; Hester and Huggins, M. C. Price . . . Majorette Club; Walker . . .
IRC; Caughman . . . Scc.-Treas. BSU; Salisbury . . . VP Canterbury Club, IRC; Bran-
son and M. C. Price . . . Madrigal Singers; Graham . . . VP Wesley, Chi Delta; Gray
. . . Sec. Christian Council, KDE; McLaurin . . . Ivy Band; Sanders . . . Debate Team;
Wetmore, Wiggers, Pyron, Brunson, Warriner . .-. "Paint Your Wagon"; N. Cooper,
Wetmore, Angle, Burns, C. Cater, McClinton, M. Price, Sanders, Pyron . . . Bohashela
Staff; Bookhart, Curry, Batson, McLaurin, Harris, Wetmore. Wiggers . . . PfefW Staff;
Stockett, Harris, Batson, Caughman . . . Women's Council; Blue and Wiggers . . .
Nationally Founded: University of Arkansas, April 5, 1895
Locally Founded: March 51, 1934.
Colors Cardinal and Straw
Flower White Carnation
Publication "The Eleusis"
Amelung, Alice Ann
Blaine, Sue Helen
Cox, Mary Grace
Dickerson, Doris Kay
Jones, Betty Lynn
Nancy Neyman Vice President
Ruth Land Secretary
Margaret Yarbrough Treasurer
Judy Scales Assistant Treasurer
Elizabeth Ann Clark Editor
Jeanette Lundquist . . Membership Chairman
Simpson, Mary Sue
KD's win first place in Homecoming Float competition. Lindquist . . . Pres. of Pan-
hellenic, Sigma Lambda, Who's Who, Pres. of BSU, Kappa Delta Epsilon; Nancy
Neyman . . . Pres. of Majorette Club, V. Pres. Sigma Lambda, Who's Who, Cheer-
leader, Favorite; Clark . . . in Homecoming Court, Activities Ed. of Bobashela, Social
Chairman of BSU; Land . . . Sigma Lambda, Chi Delta, Who's Who; T. Jones . . .
Kappa Delta Epsilon; Reynolds . . . Sec. of Soph. Class; Matthews . . . Alpha Psi
Omega, supporting role in "Paint Your Wagon"; Pillow . . . Pres. of Women's Council,
Pres. of Westminster, Alpha Epsilon Delta, Majorette Club; Dribben . . . Sec. of Jr.
Class; Yarbrough . . . Majorette, Debate Team, Chairman of High School Day Commit-
tee; Cowan . . . Greek Ed. of Bobashela, Majorette Club, Chairman of makeup commit-
tee for "Paint Your Wagon"; Farmer ... in Madrigal Singers, Christian Council Rep-
resentative for BSU; Ogden ... in Madrigal Singers,' Eta Sigma Phi, Music Chairman
for BSU; Hamblin ... V. Pres. of Westminster, Eta Sigma Phi; Scales . . . Chairman of
Social Activities Committee, Wesley Council; Wenger . . . Asst. to Director for "Paint
Your Wagon"; Long . . . lead in "Paint Your Wagon"; B. Jones . . . Cheerleader;
Allen . . . Majorette Club; Downing . . . Sec. of Booster Club; Gilpin ... V. Pres. of
Booster Club; Felsher . . . IRC; Karer, Shields, Felsher, Stubblefield ... on PfeAV
Staff Couillard, Hamblin, Stoker, Prevost, Regan, Everitt, Felsher, Huddleston ... on
Bobashela Staff; Johnson, Couillard, Clark ... in "Paint Your Wagon"; Dribben,
Ogden, Allen and Montgomery ... in Band.
Nationally Founded: Longwood College, October 23, 1897
Locally Founded: September 26, 1914
Colors Green and White
Flower White Rose
[ 115 ]
Butler, Ella Lou
Coe, Anita Fay
Clara Smith Vice President
Linda Noble Secretary
Mary Sherrod Treasurer
Edna McShane Pledge Trainer
[ 116 ]
Lott, Mary Glenn
Merrill, Margaret Ann
Perry, Mary Jo
Thompson, Barbara Sue
Walker, Virginia Helen
White, Mary Alice
White, Martha Louise
Piper . . . Who's Who, Eta Sigma Phi, Sec, of Senior Class, Sec. of IRC, Favorite
Majorette Club; Sherrod . . . Women's Council, Chm. of Costumes; Smith . . . Pres
of YWCA, Hand Properties Chm., Alpha Psi Omeja; Walker . . . Pres. of Chi Delta
Assoc. Ed. of Stylus, Kappa Delta Epsilon, Managing Ed. of Pfe?W; Lambert, Alex
ander, Young, Thompson . . . "Paint Tour Wagon"; Frazier and White . . . IRC
Abraham . . . Cheerleader; Crews . . . Majorette; Frazier . . . SS Rep., Majorette Club
Council of Control; Frost . . . Alpha Psi Omega; Habeeb . . . Asst. Society Ed. of P&fW
McShane . . . Treas of YWCA; Merrill . . . Majorette Club, Sec. of Alpha Epsilon
Delta, V. Pres. of Panhellenic; Dodd, Miller, Butler, Walker . . . Bobashela Staff
Allen . . . Drum Majorette, Homecoming Court; Bates . . . Eta Sigma Phi; Miller . .
Sec. of Freshman Class, Cheerleader; Wilcox . . . Woman's Council; Wilkstrand . .
Madrigal Singers; Tomlinson, Peden, Bates, Butler . . . P&W Staff; Young . . . finalist
in "Miss Downtown Jackson" Contest.
Nationally Founded: Wesleyan College, March 4,
Locally Founded: March 24, 1914
Rose and White
Flower Enchantress Carnation
[ 117 ]
Bridges, Shirley Ann
Casey, Dorothy Jack
Dorothy Jack Casey President
Betty McGehee Vice President
Betty Smith Secretary
Carolyn Edwards . . Corresponding Secretary
Nell Ross Treasurer
N. I. S. A.
Potts, Bobbie Jean
Shirley, Betty Sue
Dorothy Jack Casey
Dorothy Jack Casey . . . Secretary of Psi Delta Chi, Secretary of Kappa Delta Epsilon;
Betty McGehee . . . Social Service Projects Chairman, Independent Steering Commit-
tee; Bobbie Jean Potts . . . A.E.D.; Carole Robison . . . Representative to Women's
Council; Nancy Dunshee . . . Representative to Student Senate; Nell Ross . . . Vice
President of Women Christian Workers, Women's Council.
Carolyn Edwards . . Corresponding Secretary
Nell Ross Treasurer
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"
[ H9 ]
Kennedy, Joe Martin
Billy Mullins Number I
Pat Gilliland Number II
Leo Farmer Number III
Lynn Miles Number IV
Richard Milwee Number V
Gary Boone Number VI
Stan Hathorn Number VII
Charles Walker Number VIII
Billy Rainey Number IX
Sullivan, John C.
Varner, Joe Ed
Williams, Jon Ed
Woods, John Evans
1958 K A Rose
Billy Mullins . . . Senior Class President, Who's Who, Business Manager of Bobashela,
Campus Favorite, ODK President; Charles Wallace . . . Sophomore Class President,
Basketball, in "Paint Your Wagon"; Billy Rainey . . . Vice President of Psi Delta Chi;
Bill McKnight . . . Alpha Phi; Ed Redding . . . Basketball; Robert Abraham . . . Cheer-
leader, Bobashela Business Staff, Leo Farmer . . . AED; Joe Dungan . . . S.E.B. Repre-
sentative; Stan Hathorn . . . Football and Baseball, Bobashela Business Staff; Roger
Kinnard . . . Football; Charles Walker . . . Cheerleader, 'Tennis Team; Tommy Mullins
. . . Vice President of Freshman Class; Jimho Rayner . . . Treasurer of Freshman Class;
Jon Ed Williams . . . Washington Semester; Rhett Mitchell ... in "Paint Your Wag-
on"; Thomas Welch . . . Business Manager of Purple and White, in "Paint Your
Wagon"; Ralph Glenn . . . Cheerleader; Bob Lowry . . . Football.
Nationally Founded: Washington College, December 21, 1865
Locally Founded : October 1, 1893
Colors Ruby and Old Gold
Flowers Magnolia and Crimson Rose
Publication "Kappa Alpha Journal"
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Brookings, Peter Bill
GM David Weaver
GP Bill Rushing
GS Carson Holloman
GMC . . Tommy Gardner
GT Don Williamson
Guards .... Ralph Kelly, Dumont Freeman
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Weaver . . . Favorite, Madrigal Singers, "Paint Your Wagon, " Vice President of Junior
Class; Weems . . . Treasurer of Student Body, Chi O Owl Man; Williamson . . . Treas-
urer of M Club, Junior Class Treasurer; Scott . . . IRC; Love . . . Eta Sigma, AED,
Theta Nu Sigma; Rushing . . . Theta Nu Sigma; Lewis . . . AED; Carter . . . Kit Kat,
Assoc. Editor of Stylus; Sigs . . . Intramural trophy winners for third consecutive year,
taking possession with first places in Softball, spcedball, golf, and tennis, and a second
place in basketball; Gray, Grayson, Moore, Johnson, Ray, Mounger, Dodson, Sanford,
Lawrence, Bonner, Brunson . . . Varsity Football; Ray, Francis, Weems, Williamson
. . . Varsity Basketball.
Nationally Founded: University of Virginia, December 10, 1869
Locally Founded: October 18, 1895
Colors Scarlet, Green and White
Flower Lily of the Valley
Publication "The Caduceus"
[ 123 ]
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Bill Balgord Vice President
Marler Stone Secretary
Martin Reeves Treasurer
Jim Humphries Pledge Trainer
Theta Eta Zeta
LAMBDA CHI ALPHA
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Satterfield. C. W.
Thomas, John Ed
Winstead, H. G.
John P. Drysdale
1958 Crescent Girl
Stone . . . Pres. of Junior Class and Pres. of Singers; Ash . . . Pres. of Freshman Class
and on Pfe?W Staff; Drysdale . . . Treas. of Senior Class and Pres, of IFC; Carney . . .
Treas. of Sophomore Class; Balgord . . . ODK, Pres. of Eta Sigma, V. Pres. of Theta
Nu Sigma, Tribbett Scholarship Winner; Drysdale, Williams and Balgord ... in
Who's Who; Williams . . . P&W Editor; Case . . . Business Manager of Singers; Hum-
phries . . . Band Captain; Lewis . . . Pres. of Ministerial League; Stone, Case, Lovett,
Boswell ... in Madrigal Singers; Cowart . . . Eta Sigma, IRC, and SS Representative;
Wilkins . . . IRC; Frank Williamson . . . PfcfW Staff; Ray and Whitwell . . . Varsity
Lettermen in Football; McKaskel, Mooney, Ash, Rives . . . Debate Team; McKaskel
and Rives ... Pi Kappa Delta; Jones, Grisham, J. Stone . . . Stylus Contributors; Mc-
Kaskel . . . IRC V. Pres.; Clark and Campbell . . . Stage Managers for "Paint Your
Wagon"; Rives . . . National Oratorical Contest.
Nationally Founded: Boston University, November 2, 1909
Locally Founded : October, 1939
Colors Purple, Green and Gold
Flower White Rose
Publications "Purple, Green, and Gold"
"Cross and Crescent"
I 125 ]
Barranco, Charles E.
IMC Billy Kerr
THC Terry Fincher
Charles Ricker Historian
Bill Crosby Pledge Master
PI KAPPA ALPHA
[ 126 ]
May, James Dent
Molpus, Billy Gene
Julia Ann Beckes
Rush . . . Favorite, V. Pres. of Senior Class, V. Pres. of Singers, Alpha Phi Omega,
Alpha Psi Omega, Who's Who, Cheerleader; Miller . . . Pres. of Student Body, Pres.
of Eta Sigma Phi, Omicron Delta Kappa, Master Major; Lange . . . Business Manager
Players, Business Manager of Stylus; Kerr . . . Ed. of Bobashela, V. Pres. of IFC, Who's
Who, Alpha Psi Omega, Omicron Delta Kappa; Crosby ... V. Pres. of Soph. Class,
"M" Club; Ware . . . Pres. of Wesley. Pres. of Christian Council; Ricker . . . Debate
Club Pres., Pi Kappa Delta, Bobashela Photographer; Hurdle . . . Sports Ed. of Boba-
shela; Gatewood . . . "M" Club, Favorite; Sullivan . . . Alpha Psi Omega, lead in "Pamt
Tour Wagon"; Miley . . . IRC; Jeanes . . . Asst. Ed. of Stylus, Sec. of Kit Kat; Causey
. . . Pres. of Pi Kappa Delta; Dowling . . . Pres. of Theta Nu Sigma; Jennings . . . Asst.
Ed. of Bobashela; Pennington, B. . . . Eta Sigma, Sec. of Miss. Philosophy Assoc., Eta
Nationally Founded: University of Virginia, March 1, 1868
Locally Founded : March 23, 1905
Colors Garnet and Gold
Flower Lily of the Valley
Publication "The Shield and Diamond"
[ 127 ]
Ralph Glenn, Julian Rush, Charles Wallcer, Robert Abraham, Cherry Miller, Elanor Abraham,
Nancy Neyman, Betty Lynn Jones
Most Valuable: Larry Marett
Most Improved: Bob Lowry
[ 130 ]
■COACHING STAFF OF MltLSAPS MAJORS— Backfield Coach: Ray Lee; Head Coach: Marvin G.
Smith; Line Coach: Paul Whiteside
Football At Millsaps
Bobby Ray cuts through the middle for a first down.
Millsaps 6 Southwestern 7
Millsaps Ouachita 13
Millsaps Swannee 47
Millsaps Henderson State 27
Millsaps Livingston State 6
Millsaps 4 Howard 9
Millsaps 7 Arkansas State Teachers 33
Millsaps Mississippi College
Ratcliff struggles forward for extra yards as he is hit from the side.
Football At Millsaps
Lowry and Miller close in for the kill as Beacht grapples with the ball carrier.
Millsaps pushes forward for another score.
President Finger, Frank Laney, Jr., Queen Tita, Bob Weems.
The first place float for the Homecoming Festivities was entered by the Kappa Delta Sorority.
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Front Row: Phillips, Ray, Strauss, Weems, Ratcliff, Wallace . . .
Back Row: Francis, Woodall, Williamson, Robinson, Royals, Marett, Redding.
Basketball At Millsaps
Coach Ray with co-captains Smiley Ratcliff and Bob Weems.
Strauss fires a jump shot for two points.
[ 137 ]
Underwood talces to the air for a Millsaps tally.
Ratcliff drives in for a lay-up.
Williamson hooks to score for the Major cause.
[ 139 ]
KNEELING— Wallace, Hathorn, Brit*, Smith, Whitwell, Phillips, Ray.
STANDING — Gentry, Bryant, Gordon, Strong, Long, Wood, Gray, Brown, Case.
Baseball At Millsaps
Tennis At Millsaps
Front Row: Lisle, Sherman, Walker, Reeves . . .
Back Row: James, Brookings, Harrison, Mitchell, Dr. White — Coach.
nd then there was the night I had with Brigitte . . ."
"Don't look at me. 1 can't
help it if you didn't make
The ultimate in student-faculty relationships
Patrick indicates her mental age
"We didn't think you
with your fin
i ate asparagus I
A "No David, not here!
'I get the feeling I'm being stared at,
'I'll just throw something off
and be right down."
I got hunchbacked fr
"You're darn right we're the beauties
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"You girls must get stronger up front.
'Education 131 — Special Problem." I,
Millsaps teaches young scientists to
extract gold from the baser metals.
The majors in spring training.
Left to right: Don Barbour, Ross Barbour, Bob Flanigan, and Ken Albers. The Four Freshmen gave the
initial "pops" performance on Millsaps Campus.
The Four Freshmen
For the first time in the history of Millsaps College a nationally known troup of popular
artists was presented on campus. We feel that in sponsoring The Four Freshmen,
Millsaps has taken another step in its growth. Our hope is that more and more artists
will be presented here for many dances and concerts.
Max Miller, Kent Prince, and Ken Robertson, who were respon-
sible for the Freshmen appearance, "entertain" the Four
Freshmen after their afternoon performance.
The Freshmen, while visiting the Bobashela office, left their
autographs for the 1958-59 Bobashela.
"And here we have that lovable author
\ of Thumbtacks'!"
"Yes, I'm head of the Philosophy
Department at Millsaps."
"But Bill, I was a Freshman last year."
H "If I do say so myself, I am
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TO THE CLASS OF 1959
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