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YOUR STUDENT YEARBOOK 




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DEDICATION 16 

FACULTY 20 

FEATURES 42 

ACTIVITIES 66 

GREEKS 92 

ATHLETICS 116 

HONORARIES 146 

CLASSES 160 

STUDENT BODY 194 

ADVERTISING 204 






records the events 
of a significant year, 



THE 1963 BOBASHELA 

Volume LVII 
Published by the Student Body of 

Millsaps College 

Phyllis Myers, Editor 

Alan Harrigill, Business Manager 



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DEDICATION 



To a man who has given his life, love, devotion, 
and knowledge to his students, we the editor and 
staff of the 1963 BOBASHELA, dedicate our 
annual. 

Wherever his name is mentioned a smile comes 
to the face of all those who have known him. He 
has truly wanted each one of his students to learn. 
He never ceases to amaze his classes with sur- 
prises. This man is a unique actor for knowledge 
who plays a different role each day whether he is 
a glacier or a planet. His dramatic enthusiasm 
never rests until the whole class shares it. He il- 
lustrates each fact with an interesting personal 
experience — one never forgotten. He has molded 
students not only into scientists but also into indi- 
viduals. His unselfishness, fairness, patience, 
gentlemanly manners, and desire for everyone to 
be happy, have made him a rare, cherished teach- 
er and friend. Because he has given himself to 
his profession and shared with us his knowledge 
in a perfect way, and because he has set the finest 
example as a person before all Millsaps students, 
we honor in the 1963 BOBASHELA— DR. 
RICHARD RANDALL PRIDDY. 





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He is the stern disciplinarian of the classroom, 

The kind inspiration to learning, 

The quiet scholar by his fireside, 

The jovial coffee-drinker in his free period, 

He is the ideal of the teacher to Millsaps. 





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... A dignified gentleman, an outstanding admin- 
istrator, and a personal friend to all students are 
only three of the personalities of the President of 
Millsaps College, Dr. Homer Ellis Finger. Every 
year he amazes the freshmen by learning each of 
their names on Orientation Day. And he remem- 
bers the names as he speaks to all in the Millsaps 
tradition of friendliness. President Finger is the 
most enthusiastic supporter of his college and each 
of its students. And the students of Millsaps are 
equally proud of their capable leader. 




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ADMINISTRATIVE COMMITTEE 

SEATED: Dean of Women, Mrs. Glenn Pate. STANDING: Business Manager, Mr. James Wood; Registrar, Mr. Paul Hardin; 
Dean of Students, Mr. John Christmas; and Academic Dean, Dr. Frank Laney. 

ADMINISTRATION 





Director of Public Relations, Mr. James J. Livesay 



Development Program Director, Mr. Edward 
Collins 



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DIVISION OF HUMANITIES 

LANGUAGES 



WILLIAM T. JOLLY; Professor of Ancient Languages; Chairman 
of Department of Ancient Languages; A.B., Southwestern at Mem- 
phis; A.M., University of Mississippi; Advanced Graduate Work, 
University of Michigan. 




JOHN L. GUEST; Associate Professor of German; A.B., University of 
Texas; A.M., Columbia University; Advanced Graduate Work, New York 
University; Ottendorfer Fellowship in Germanic Phil., Bonn University; 
Fulbright Scholar, University of Vienna. 

WILLIAM F. LOWE, JR.; Assistant Professor of German; B.A., Univer- 
sity of North Carolina; Post-Graduate Work, University of North Carolina. 



WILLIAM HARRELL BASKIN, III; Associate 
Professor of Romance Languages; Chairman of 
Romance Languages; A.B., A.M., University of 
North Carolina; Advanced Graduate Work, Uni- 
versity of North Carolina, Universite de Poitiers, 
University de Paris (la Sorbonne), Duke Univer- 
sity Alliance Francaise, Paris. 

BILLY MARSHALL BUFKIN; Assistant Pro- 
fessor of Romance Languages; Chairman; A.B., 
M.A., Texas Technological College; Advanced 
Graduate Work, Tulane University and University 
of Madrid. 

ELIZABETH CRAIG; Associate Professor of 
French; A.B., Barnard College, Columbia Univer- 
sity; A.M., Columbia University; Diplome de la 
Sorbonne, Ecole de preparation des professeurs de 
francais a etranger, Faculte des lettres, Universite 
de Paris; Advanced Graduate Work, Columbia 
University; Palmes Academiques. 

MRS. CHRISTINE EZELLE; Instructor of French; A.B., Ecole Normale 
Moyenne de L' Etat, Nivelles, Belgium. 

MRS. NELLIE KHAYAT HEDERI; Associate Professor of Spanish; 
B.A., Mississippi State College for Women, Graduate Study at University 
of Southern California; M.A., Tulane University. 



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GEORGE W. BOYD; Professor of English; Chairman of English Dept.; 
A.B., Murray State College; A.M., University of Kentucky; Ph.D., Colum- 
bia University. 

MRS. MARGUERIT WATKINS GOODMAN; Associate Professor of 
English; A.B., Agnes Scott College; M.A., Tulane University. 



PAUL D. HARDIN; Registrar and Director of Admissions; Associate Pro- 
fessor of English; A.B., Millsaps College; A.M., Duke University; Advanced 
Graduate Work, University of Southern California. 



MILDRED LILLIAN MOREHEAD; Associate Professor of English; 
B.A., Mississippi State College for Women; M.A., Duke University; Grad- 
uate Work, University of Colorado, University of Wisconsin, Columbia 
University. 




ROBERT HERBERT PADGETT; Assistant Pro- 
fessor of English; B.A., Texas Christian Univer- 
sity; M.A., Vanderbilt University; Advanced 
Graduate Work, Universite de Clermont-Ferrand 
in France. 

RICHARD RAYMOND SANDERS; Instructor 
of Journalism; B J., University of Missouri. 

JAMES TILLOTSON WHITEHEAD; Instructor 
in English; B.A., M.A., Vanderbilt University. 






RELIGION AND PHILOSOPHY 



JAMES D. WROTEN, JR.; Professor of Religion; Chairman of Religion 
Department; B.A., Millsaps College; B.D., Southern Methodist University; 
M.A., Ed.D., Columbia University. 

ROBERT E. ANDING; Assistant Professor of Religion; Director of Town 
and Country Work; A.B., Millsaps College; B.D., Emory University. 



LEE HERBERT REIFF; Assistant Professor of Religion; B.A., B.D., 
Southern Methodist University; M.A., Advanced Graduate Work, Yale 
University. 

JACK L. WOODWARD; Director of Religious Life; B.A., Millsaps Col- 
lege; B.D., Southern Methodist University. 



ROBERT E. BERGMARK; Professor of Philosophy; Chairman of the 
Department of Philosophy; A.B., Emory University; S.T.B., Ph.D., Boston 
University. 

WILLIAM McGILL; Visiting Professor of Philosophy; B.A., Wake Forest 
College; M.A., Vanderbilt University; Graduate Work, University of Tenn- 
essee, Boston University. 




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FINE ARTS 




C. LELAND BYLER; Associate Professor of Music; Chairman of Music 
Department; A.B., Goshen College; M.M., Northwestern University; Ad- 
vanced Graduate Work, University of Michigan, University of Colorado. 

RICHARD ALDERSON; A.B., Millsaps College; Graduate Work, South- 
ern Methodist University; Candidate MME, East Texas State College. 



MRS. LOUISE ESCUE BYLER; Instructor of Music; B.M., Belhaven Col- 
lege; M.M. Ed., Louisiana State University; Advanced Graduate Work, 
Northwestern, University of Colorado. 

LOWELL J. BYLER; Associate Professor of Music; B.S. in Education, 
Goshen College; M.M., University of Michigan; Advanced Graduate Work, 
Colorado College, University of Michigan. 



DONALD KILMER; Instructor in Music; R.B., 
M.M., Indiana University; Advanced Graduate 
Work, Union Theological Seminary, University of 
Kansas, University of Illinois. 

JONATHAN SWEAT; Associate Professor of 
Music; B.S., M.S., Juilliard School of Music; Ad- 
vanced Graduate Work, Columbia University, 
University of Michigan. 




KARL WOLFE; Instructor of Art; B.F.A., Chi- 
cago Art Institute; William M.R. French Fellow- 
ship; Study abroad for one year; Study and Teach- 
ing, Pennsylvania School of Art Summer School. 





SPEECH 



LANCE GOSS; Associate Professor of Speech; Chairman of 
Speech Department; Director of the Millsaps Players; B.A., Mill- 
saps College; M.A., Advanced Graduate Work, Northwestern Uni- 
versity; Special Study, Manhatten Theatre Colony; Cinema Work- 
shop, University of Southern California; Summer Theatre, Ogun- 
quit Playhouse, The Belfry Theatre. 



LEON R. CAMP; Instructor of Speech; B.A., Sioux Falls College; 
M.A., Indiana University; Advanced Graduate Work, Indiana 
University, University of Wyoming. 





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DIVISION OF NATURAL 
SCIENCE BIOLOGY 



CHARLES DONALD CAPLENOR; Professor of Biology; Chairman of 
Biology Department and Natural Sciences Division; B.S., A.M., George 
Peabody College for Teachers; Ph.D., Vanderbilt University; National Sci- 
ence Foundation Fellowship, University of Chicago. 



RONDAL EDWARD BELL; Assistant Professor of Biology; A.B., William 
Jewel College; M.S., University of New Mexico. 

DARRELL STARR ENGLISH; Instructor of Biology; B.A., Southwestern 
College in Kansas; M.A., Louisiana State University, Advanced Graduate 
Work, Purdue University. 



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CHEMISTRY AND GEOLOGY 




JOSEPH BAILY PRICE; Professor of Chemistry; Chairman of 
Chemistry Department; B.S., Millsaps College; M.A., University 
of Mississippi; Ph.D., Louisiana State University. 



ROY ALFRED BERRY; Assistant Professor of Chemistry; B.S., Missis- 
sippi College; Ph.D., University of North Carolina. 

CHARLES EUGENE CAIN; Associate Professor of Chemistry; B.S., Uni- 
versity of North Carolina; M.A., Ph.D., Duke University. 



RICHARD R. PRIDDY; Professor of Geology and Chemistry; Chairman 
of Geology Department; B.S. in Education, Ohio Northern University; 
M.A., Ph?D., Ohio State University. 

J. O. SNOWDEN, JR.; Instructor of Geology; B.S., Millsaps College; 
A.M., University of Missouri; Graduate Work, University of Missouri. 



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PHYSICS AND MATHEMATICS 



CHARLES B. GALLOWAY; Associate Professor of Physics; Chairman 
of Physics and Astronomy Department; B.S., Millsaps College; M.A., Ad- 
vanced Graduate Study, Duke University. 

WILLIAM HENDEE; Assistant Professor of Physics; B.S., Millsaps Col- 
lege; Ph.D., University of Texas. 



SAMUEL R. KNOX; Associate Professor of 
Mathematics; B.A., M.A., University of Missis- 
sippi; Ph.D. in Statistics, Virginia Polytechnic In- 
stitute; Graduate Work, University of Michigan. 

PLAYER E. COOK; Instructor of Mathematics; 
B.A., Monmouth College; M.A., University of 
Kansas. 

ANNIE W. LESTER; Instructor of Mathematics; 
B.A., Millsaps College; M.E., University of Missis- 
sippi; Graduate Work, University of Chicago, 
Peabody College, Columbia University. 




MRS. VERA G. RAWSON; Instructor of Mathematics; B.S., Mississippi 
State College for Women; M.S., Northwestern State College of Louisiana. 

ARNOLD ARTHUR RICHIE; Associate Professor of Mathematics; B.S., 
Northwestern State College of Oklahoma; M.S., Oklahoma State; Advanced 
Graduate Work, Oklahoma State, University of Tennessee. 






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DIVISION OF SOCIAL 

SCIENCES 

ECONOMICS AND BUSINESS 

ADMINISTRATION 



E. S. WALLACE; Professor of Economics and Business Admin- 
istration; Chairman of Economics and Business Administration 
Department; A.B., Birmingham-Southern College; M.A., Ph.D., 
Duke University. 





MRS. NANCY BROGAN HOLLOWAY; Instructor of Economics and 
Business Administration; B.A., Mississippi State College for Women. 

THURSTON WALLS; Associate Professor of Economics and Business 
Administration; B.A., M.A., Advanced Graduate Work, University of 
Texas. 





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EDUCATION 



R. EDGAR MOORE; Professor of Education; Chairman of Department of 
Education; A.B., Birmingham-Southern College; M.A., University of Ala- 
bama; Ed. D., George Peabody College. 

MRS. MYRTIS FLOWERS MEADOWS; Associate Professor of Educa- 
tion; B.S., Millsaps College; M.E., Mississippi College. 





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HISTORY AND POLITICAL 

SCIENCE 







GORDON G. HENDERSON; Associate Profes- 
sor of Political Science; Chairman of the Depart- 
ment of Political Science; A.B., M.A., Ph.D., Co- 
lumbia University. 

DAVID REESE BOWEN, JR.; Assistant Profes- 
sor of Political Science; A.B., Harvard University; 
B.A., M.A., University of Oxford. 

ROSS HENDERSON MOORE; Professor of His- 
tory; Chairman of the Department of History; 
B.S., M.S., Millsaps College, A.M., University of 
Chicago; Ph.D., Duke University; Graduate Work, 
Columbia University, Institute of International 
Law, McGill University. 

FRANK M. LANEY, JR.; Academic Dean; Pro- 
fessor of History; B.A., University of Mississippi; 
M.A., Ph.D., University of Virginia. 

MRS. MADELINE McMULLAN; Instructor of 
History; B.A., Trinity College; M.A., Johns Hop- 
kins. 

WILLIAM SCARBOROUGH; Assistant Profes- 
sor of History; A.B., University of North Carolina; 
A.M., Cornell University; Ph.D., University of 
North Carolina. 




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PSYCHOLOGY AND 
SOCIOLOGY 



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WILLIAM A. BOLICK; Instructor of 
Psychology; B.A., M.A., University of 
Mississippi. 



EDWARD E. SMITH; Professor of Psychology; B.S., Massachusetts Insti- 
tute of Technology; M.D., Advanced Graduate Work, University of Missis- 
sippi School of Medicine. 

JAMES C. SIMMS; Professor of Sociology; Chairman of Sociology De- 
partment; A.B., University of Maryland; Ph.D., Emory University. 




LEONARD JORDAN; Instructor of Sociology; B.A., Millsaps College; 
M.A., Louisiana State University. 




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PHYSICAL EDUCATION 









WILLIAM DUPES; Associate Professor of Phys- 
ical Education; Head Football Coach; B.S., Ten- 
nessee Polytechnic Institute; M.A., George Pea- 
body College. 

MARY ANN EDGE; Director of Physical Edu- 
cation for Women; Assistant Professor of Physi- 
cal Education; B.S., M.S., University of Missis- 
sippi. 

JAMES A. MONTGOMERY; Director of Physi- 
cal Education; Basketball Coach; Associate Pro- 
fessor of Physical Education; A.B., Birmingham- 
Southern College; A.M., George Peabody College 
for Teachers; Ed.D., George Peabody College for 
Teachers. 



LIBRARY 




BETHANY C. SWEARINGER; Li- 
brarian; A.B., Millsaps College; B.S. 
in Library Science, University of North 
Carolina; A.M. in English Literature, 
Columbia. 







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She may be a blue-eyed beauty 

Or Homecoming Queen in a long white dress. 

He may be the favorite of the campus 

Or the "all-round" in Who's Who. 

Each one is Master Major and Miss Millsaps, 

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TOP 




BOBASHELA 

BEAUTY 



From twenty nominees for Top BOBASHELA 
Beauty, the judges selected a statuesque sopho- 
more with blue eyes and brown hair, Miss Mary 
Jane Ray of Jackson. This year's reigning beauty 
was a nominee in 1961 and was selected as one 
of twenty finalists for the 1962 Maid of Cotton 
contest. She is a history major and a member of 





Chi Omega sorority. Mary Jane served as orien- 
tation counselor; she is co-feature editor of the 
1963 BOBASHELA. 

THE BOBASHELA staff is proud to present 
charming and vivacious Mary Jane as their Top 
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Miss Pat Thompson 




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Miss Lynn Simms 



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Miss Susan Barry 




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MARION FLEMING 
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BARBARA GLAGOLA 

TOP TEN 




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KAYE GREEN 
TOP TEN 





PAT McINTOSH 

TOP TEN 



SANDRA RAINWATER 

TOP TEN 







Bobashela Beauties 






Early in October the Millsaps Student Body 
nominated its choices for the top twenty beauties 
of the campus. The following week a panel of dis- 
tinguished judges from the Jackson area took over 
the difficult task of narrowing the field of lovelies 
to five and finally to one. 

The first round of judging took place at a 
coffee held the afternoon before the official Beauty 
Review. At the coffee, there were those important 
individual interviews with the judges. Then, that 
evening, as everyone waited with bated breath, 
the twenty pretty belles took the stage for the 
annual pageant. 

The girls paraded in their white evening gowns 
down the star-blue staircase which spanned the 
stage and back across the platform under the 
brilliance of a glittering chandelier. From this 
dazzling group the judges selected, not without 
great deliberation, the ten semifinalists. Between 
the rounds of judging, the audience was enter- 
tained royally by some of the top campus talent, 
until finally, the number of beauties was narrowed 
to five finalists, one of whom was named as the 
Top Beauty of 1962. A startled but extremely 
happy young lady was enthusiastically acclaimed 
by the audience and presented with a bouquet of 
long stemmed red roses. 

In honor of the new Campus Beauty, a lively 
dance was held immediately following the review 
to bring to a close a very perfect day. 




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WHO'S WHO 



IN AMERICAN COLLEGES 
AND UNIVERSITIES 



This year eighteen Millsaps students were 
elected for membership in Who's Who among 
Students in American Universities and Colleges. 
These students were selected by the faculty and 
administration on the basis of leadership and par- 
ticipation in academic and extra-curricular activi- 
ties, scholarship, citizenship. 

Who's Who was originated in 1934 by Mr. 
H. P. Randall as a directory of outstanding stu- 
dents in universities and colleges throughout the 



United States. At present, there are approximate- 
ly seven hundred American colleges and ten thou- 
sand students represented in Who's Who every 
year. Selection to Who's Who has a double dis- 
tinction, for in addition to serving as a mark of 
outstanding achievement on the college campus, 
the annual volume of Who's Who serves as a go- 
between for future employers and graduating sen- 
iors. 




JIM ALLEN 

Jim is a senior majoring in Eng- 
lish. While at Millsaps, Jim has 
served as Sports Editor and As- 
sistant Editor of the PURPLE 
AND WHITE, editor of "Major 
Facts," a member of the Student 
Senate, campus favorite, manager 
of his dorm, and Number IV of 
Kappa Alpha Order. Jim is now 
president of the senior class. 




ELIZABETH BOX 

Elizabeth is a religion major from 
Mantachi. She has served as vice- 
president and president of Wesley 
Fellowship, secretary of the Pan- 
hellenic Council, secretary of the 
Madrigal Singers, a member of 
the Women's Student Govern- 
ment, and vice-president of Beta 
Sigma Omicron. She is a recip- 
ient of the National Methodist 
Scholarship and a recent tappee 
of Sigma Lambda. 




FRANK CARSON 

Frank, an English major, has 
been on the Dean's List, served 
as president of Canterbury , a 
member of the Independent 
Men's Chorus, and the Concert 
Choir. He has been active in 
Millsaps Players and is a member 
of Alpha Psi Omega. 



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BONNIE JEAN 
COLEMAN 

Bonnie Jean, from Magnolia, is 
majoring in music and is a mem- 
ber and soloist of the Concert 
Choir, a member of the SEB Spe- 
cial Entertainment Committee, 
the Millsaps Players, and has 
served as president of Alpha Psi 
Omega. She is a member of Kap- 
pa Delta Sorority and was Dream 
Girl Of Pi Kappa Alpha Fraterni- 
ty- 




ALAN HARRIGILL 

Alan, a history major from 
Brookhaven, has served as presi- 
dent of the IRC and IFC 
and president and rush chairman 
of Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity, 
business manager of the BOBA- 
SHELA, a delegate to the Miss. 
Inter-Collegiate Council, the Stu- 
dent Conference on Paramount 
Events, and to the Southern Uni- 
versity Student Government As- 
sociation, and was selected as 
"Outstanding Student Senator for 
1962." He has served as a mem- 
ber of the President's List and 
Omicron Delta Kappa and is a 
recipient of the Danforth Foun- 
dation Award. 




TEM FOWLKES 

Tern is a history and pre-law ma- 
jor. He has been active in the 
Millsaps Players and received the 
freshman award and acting award 
for 1961-62. He is a member of 
Alpha Psi Omega, the IRC 
and is on the Dean's and Presi- 
dent's Lists. 




EDDIE HARRIS 

Eddie is from Natchez and is ma- 
joring in German. He is the for- 
mer vice-president of SEB, presi- 
dent of Schiller Gesellschaft and 
of Kit Kat, vice-president of Omi- 
cron Delta Kappa Kappa, chair- 
man of the C & E Committee, 
and is on the Dean's List. He 
has served as a member of Eta 
Sigma Phi and Alpha Psi Omega 
and was the recipient of the 1960 
Acting Award. 



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DICKIE HAINING 

While at Millsaps, Dick, a math 
major, has been a member of the 
Millsaps Players, the Concert 
Choir, Circle K, and the editorial 
staff of the BOBASHELA. He 
has served as chairman of the 
SEB Special Entertainment Com- 
mittee, a Freshman Orientation 
Counselor (and on the Steering 
Committee for Freshman Orien- 
tation), and as Grand Scribe of 
Kappa Sigma Fraternity. Dick 
was recently elected a campus Fa- 
vorite. 




JOHNNY HATTEN 

Johnny is a senior from Gulfport, 
majoring in English. While at 
Millsaps, he played guard for the 
Majors football team. He was 
named to the All-Methodist sec- 
ond team, and was given the Best 
Defensive Player Award; he also 
served as president of the "M" 
Club. 





TWINKIE 
LAWHORN 

While at Millsaps, Twinkie, who 
is an English major, served as 
president of Sigma Lambda and 
Chi Delta, as editor of the 1962 
BOBASHELA and of the 1962- 
63 STYLUS. She has been on 
the President's List, a member of 
Eta Sigma, Pi Delta Pi, Schiller 
Gesellschaft, the IRC and the 
Social Science Forum and Kappa 
Delta sorority. 



ELISE MATHENY 

Elise is an organ major from Me- 
ridian. She lists among her ac- 
tivities membership in Sigma 
Lambda and Eta Sigma. She 
has been on the President's List 
and has served as accompanist 
for the Concert Choir, vice-presi- 
dent of the WSGA, president of 
the Organ Guild, and orientation 
co-chairman. 




MARY SUE 

McDonnell 

Mary Sue, from Hazelhurst, is 
majoring in elementary education. 
She has served Millsaps as secre- 
tary of the Student Body, vice- 
president of Sigma Lambda, a 
member of the Majorette Club 
and of Kappa Delta Epsilon. She 
also served as president of Kappa 
Delta Sorority. This year Mary 
Sue was elected Homecoming 
Queen and elected Miss Millsaps 
by the student body. 




TOM McHORSE 

Tommy, who served this year as 
president of the Student Body, is 
a chemistry major from Jackson, 
Miss. He is a member of Omi- 
cron Delta Kappa, Alpha Epsilon 
Delta, the IFC, and Lambda Chi 
Alpha Fraternity, in which he has 
served as social chairman and 
vice-president. He has been on 
the President's List and served 
as orientation co-chairman and 
president of his junior class. 




STEVE MEISBURG 

Steve, who was elected Master 
Major this year, is a pre-minis- 
terial student and a history major. 
He has served as president and 
student conductor of the Concert 
Choir, co-chairman of Freshman 
Orientation, a member of the ten- 
nis team, and the "M" Club. 



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CORA MINER 

Cora is a political science major 
and spent second semester of her 
junior year in Washington, D. C, 
under the Washington Semester 
Plan. At Millsaps, she has been 
on the Dean's List and has been a 
member of the C & E Committee, 
the Wesley Foundation, the Stu- 
dent Union Committee, Wesley 
Council, and of the Millsaps 
Players. She has also served as 
a Political Science assistant. 



MORRIS THIGPEN 

Morris, a chemistry major from 
Meridian, includes among his list 
of activities, membership in the 
Wesley Council, Student Senate, 
and the "M" Club. He was a 
letterman in football, basketball, 
and track, and served as student 
assistant in the Geology Depart- 
ment. 




JAMES 
UNDERWOOD 

Murray is an accounting major 
from Forest. While at Millsaps, 
he has served as president of 
Omicron Delta Kappa, business 
manager of the PURPLE AND 
WHITE, secretary of IFC, and 
president of Kappa Alpha Fra- 
ternity. He was on the Presi- 
dent's List and was a member of 
Eta Sigma and the Social Science 
Forum. He also served as an as- 
sistant in the Economics Depart- 
ment. 




ALTON WASSON 

Alton, who is working on the Phi- 
losophy Honors Program, is a 
philosophy major from Akerman. 
He has served Millsaps in the 
Concert Choir and on the SEB 
Finance Committee. He has 
been on the Dean's List, the Ex- 
ecutive Council of the Miss. In- 
ter-Collegiate Council, and has 
been an officer in Wesley. He 
also serves as an orientation 
counselor. 



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He is the photographer for campus publications; 

She sings first soprano in the Concert Choir; 

He has been president of his class for two years; 

She has played Clytemnestra and Catherine Holly; 

They write, paint, act, and support 

The extracurricular activities. 

They "work" for little credit but have much fun. 








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Student Senate 



President, Tommy McHorse 
Secretary, Mary Sue McDonnell 




Vice-President, Warren Jones 
Secretary, Martha Ellen Walker 




Counting ballots after one of Millsaps' many elections. 
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Dot Boswell, Dot Taylor, Elizabeth McGlothlin, Natalie Maynor, Fentress Boone, Elise Metheny, Nancy Beth Loper. 



Women's Student Government ! 



The regulations and restrictions of the women 
resident students are the responsibility of the Mill- 
saps Women's Student Government. The W.S.G. 
is an assembly of dormitory assistants, dormitory 
council members, housemothers, and sorority 
representatives. The advisor to the organization 
is Mrs. Glen Pate, Dean of Women. The dormi- 
tory councils meet each week in the respective 
dormitories to discuss matters concerning the 
women resident students. 




HOUSEMOTHERS: 
Tohill; Ezelle. Mrs. 
Robertson. 



Franklin, Mrs. Maggie Kathy: Founders, Mrs. 
Helen Daniel; Whitworth-Sanders, Mrs. Kate 



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BOBA 



The click-clack of typewriter keys, the tap-tap 
of wooden rulers and pencils, the drum-drum of 
nervous fingers on table tops, the rattling rustle 
of layout sheets, the clink-clank of coffee cups, 
the crunchy crackle of potato chip bags — this is 
the BOBASHELA office at deadline time. 

Throughout the school year one can see flash 
bulbs popping over the campus not only at im- 
portant functions but also at the most inoppor- 
tune times for some students — for one never 
knows where or when a BOBASHELA photogra- 
pher will suddenly appear to snap a candid photo. 

One may be sure, however, that these cameras 
are trained on the stage for the annual Beauty 
Review sponsored by the BOBASHELA — and 
one of the definite highlights of the school year. 



Phyllis Myers, Editor 





Rex Stallings, Features Editor; Mabel Mullins, Honoraries Edi- 
tor; Mary Elizabeth Witherspoon, Features Editor. 







Alan Harrigill, Business Manager 



Dot Taylor. Faculty Editor 
Betty McMullan. Business Staff 



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SHELA 



Yet, at other more "unglamorous" times, one 
can find the staff members combing the boun- 
tiful editions of past college yearbooks, kept 
stored in the hallowed recesses of the office cabi- 
nets. In their diligence, they are constantly pre- 
sided over by the papier-mache, yellow and brown 
giraffe perched on the rafters of the office and by 
their attractive, soft-spoken editor-in-chief, in her 
black-rimmed glasses. All work together to put 
together a BOBASHELA full of lasting memories 
of college days. "Bobashela" is actually an In- 
dian word meaning good friend — and it is sure 
that the BOBASHELA will always be the best 
friend one can consult for reminiscences of Mill- 
saps 1963. 





Greek Editors: Gail McCaa, Max Ostner 



Layout Editor: Sondra Frew, Activities Editor: Rosalind Welch. 
Typst: Marilyn Dunavant, Business Staff; Marjoric Buie. 





Sports Editor: Frank McCaa, Student Life Editor: Mary 
Murphy. 



Class Editors: Miriam Jordan and Susan Hymers. 






Photographers: Lee McCormick and Doug Price. 




"And little did they know that they had ONE MORE DEADLINE!" Literary Editors: Susanne Lamb, Sally Irby, Linda Kidd. 

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TJRPLE AND WHITE 

The upstairs lounge in the Student Union is a 
very good place for studying — or catching a quick 
forty winks when you just can't make it any long- 
er — that is, it's a good place most of the time. But 
if sometime you should be upstairs deep in phi- 
losophy of religion or short, sweet slumber, and 
should be suddenly aroused by shrill hyena-like 
screams (which will probably be coming from the 
PURPLE AND WHITE office, don't panic— just 
gather your wits and listen again. If you do you 
will probably recognize the sound to be human 
laughter. Next tiptoe to the door of the office 
and peek in. The people you see engaged in hys- 
terical jollity are the editors and staff of the cam- 
pus newspaper, the PURPLE AND WHITE. 
They may be working on that week's edition — 
but they probably are not — for these people are 
strict adherents to the old adage, "All work and 
no play makes warped personalities." Perhaps it's 
the quality of being extremely un-warped that en- 
ables the P. & W. staff to turn out a weekly ac- 
count of what's going on around campus and 
some extras that make the appearance of the 
PURPLE AND WHITE each week an antici- 
pated event. 





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Editor and incoming Business Manager, Sam Cole 




Political Editor, Wayne Dowdy 



Assistant Editor, Jim Allen 



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STYLUS 



To the average individual, a stylus is a "sharp- 
pointed instrument for manifolding with carbon 
paper." To the informed Millsaps student Stylus 
is an anthology of the literary works of campus 
short story-ists, playwrights, poets and essayists. 
To the uninformed Millsaps student Stylus is a 
subject on which to become quickly informed 
(or suffer the intellectual consequences). For- 
tunately for the uninformed, there are two oppor- 
tunities during the year to become acquainted 
with the literary magazine. If a student should 
be sick, lost, or hibernating in the library when 
the fall edition appears — there's always the spring 
edition- — (the only excuse for missing it is falling 
victim to a belated snowfall). In the spring he 
may purchase (for a moderate sum) his copy of 
Stylus and settle down to the delight of becoming 
informed and offer enthusiastic (and well-de- 
served) congratulations to its student editorial 
staff and its gifted contributors. 






Twinkie Lawhorn, editor of the 1963 Stylus 





MAJOR FACTS 



There is a saying among upperclassmen that 
freshmen don't know much (and that saying has, 
at times, proved to be valid). There is a saying 
among freshmen that goes, "If an upperclassman 
doesn't know, look it up in Major Facts — well, 
you'd better look it up anyway, just to be sure." 
Major Facts is a pocket-sized "guide to living" 
on the Millsaps campus. This little book, which 
is edited by Millsaps students, as a miniature en- 
cyclopedia of regulations, traditions and general 
information about Millsaps. The editor of Major 
Facts is appointed by the president of the student 
body, with the advice of the Dean of Students. 



The 1963 editor of Major Facts is Jim Allen 



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Countess Aurelia, 
Wilkerson. 



the Madwoman of Chailot, was Johnette 



PLAYERS 



"Wasn't it tremendous!" "Superb perform- 
ances by every member of the cast!" These are 
merely *wo typical comments that one can hear 
from the enthusiastic students that pour forth 
from the auditorium after a presentation by the 
Millsaps Players. In early November came the 
Players first "big one" of the year. Under the 
consistently outstanding direction of Lance Soss, 
a large troop of dramatic-minded students pre- 
sented the two-act comedy The Madwoman of 
Chaillot by French playwright Jean Giraudoux. 
Not stopping with one, the Players stepped along 
to an even more smashing success in their "Arena 
62" presentation in December. This twin-bill 
included Tennessee Williams' Suddenly Last 
Summer, and Edward Albee's The American 
Dream. Both plays drew "rave" notices in the 
Jackson papers. The spring season, of course, 
was equally successful — adding more plays to the 
cultural repertoire of Millsaps students. All in 
all it was a very good year for the Players of Mill- 
saps — but, delightfully enough, isn't every year. 





Jennifer Stocker. Johnette Wilkerson, Margaret Oehlbeck, and Rosalind Welch 
in the tea-party scene. 

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Bill Orr, John Kohler, and Eddie Harris discuss money. 
Millsaps Players in "The Madwoman of Chailot." 





Ann Bowman, Jennifer Stocker, and Diane Barba examine the 
American Dream, Jim Burdine. 




Mommy, Daddy, and Granny contemplating. 



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Grandma tests the Dream's strength. 



Diane Barba, Lloyd Wilson, and Jennifer Stocker argue about 
Granny's boxes. 



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Margaret Oehlbeck, Mrs. Venable, and Pat Galloway, Catherine Hally. 

Pat Galloway, Johnette Wilkerson, and Rex Stallings 
discuss the problem. 





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MILLS APS SINGERS 



It is probable that many freshmen, before they 
had ever seen the Millsaps Campus, had heard 
about the Millsaps Singers. Possibly they had at- 
tended a Singers concert in their own home town, 
for the Millsaps Singers is one of the finest choirs 
in the South and is well-known and received not 
only in the Southern States but all over the coun- 
try. This year the Singers' travels took them to 
Washington, D. C. and through several of the 
eastern states. 

In addition to their performances on the cam- 
pus, such as the presentation of Handel's "Mes- 
siah" and the annual Feast of Lights Christmas 
program, the concert choir has sung on many oc- 
casions for civic and social organizations in and 
around Jackson. The choir is under the direction 
of Mr. Leland Byler. 



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Madrigal Singers 



The Madrigals Singers, Millsaps smaller choral 
group, also has a reputation for its fine quality, 
and each year this reputation grows. The Madri- 
gals is composed of twenty voices and includes in 
its repertoire songs ranging from Renaissance to 



contemporary, secular to spiritual. Like the Con- 
cert Choir, the Madrigals presents many programs 
for organizations here in the city and in the sur- 
rounding area, as well as on campus. Director of 
the Madrigals is Mr. Lowell Byler. 



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Chapel Choir 



The primary function of the Chapel Choir, di- 
rected by Mr. Charles Sims, is to sing at the 
weekly chapel services. In the fall it joins the 
Concert Choir and the Madrigal Singers in pre- 
senting the "Messiah" and at Christmas, in the 
presentation of the Feast of Carols. The Chapel 
Choir is open to anyone who wishes to participate. 



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CHRISTIAN COUNCIL 



The planning and co-ordinating of any inter- 
denominational religious activity on campus is the 
responsibility of the Christian Council. The 
Council membership is comprised of the presi- 
dents of the campus religious groups and one 
elected representative from each group. The 
Council sponsors Holy Communion services (con- 
ducted in Fitzhugh Chapel by some clerical mem- 



ber of the faculty) on Wednesday monrings and 
on days preceding various holidays; each year it 
sponsors a Religious Emphasis Week, during 
which follow a theme selected by the Council. 
Another service of the Christian Council is the 
printing and distributing of the programs for the 
weekly chapel services. 



YWCA 



The Young Women's Christian Association is a 
national organization committed to Christian 
ideals and high standards. It has as its purpose 
the development of young women into better cit- 
izens and Christians. A sincere interest in pro- 
moting Christian ideals is its only membership 
requirements. 

In the Millsaps chapter, each year the indi- 
vidual members adopt "little sisters" in the Meth- 
odist Children's Home. These little sisters are 
entertained with suppers, parties, and trips to 
special events such as the annual Feast of Carols. 

The organization meets twice monthly for pro- 
grams of fellowship, worship, and action projects. 



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BAPTIST STUDENT UNION 



The Baptist Student Union on the Millsaps 
Campus serves as a liason between the Baptist 
student and the Church. At its meetings, which 
are held weekly, the BSU presents programs to 
provide encouragement for spiritual growth and 
to challenge the student to live a better Christian 
life . 



In addition to presenting weekly programs, the 
Baptist Student Union, in conjunction with the 
Baptist Churches of Jackson, holds a progressive 
dinner which provides a tour of the Jackson Bap- 
tist Churches. 



MINISTERIAL LEAGUE 



The Ministerial League is an organization for 
those students who are planning to enter the min- 
istry. Membership in the League is open to all 
pre-ministerial students, regardless of denomina- 
tion. It is designed to acquaint the pre-minis- 
terial students with problems which he may face 
in the ministry and to give him an opportunity 
for practical experience. The responsibility of 



printing the schedule cards used in registration 
belong to the Ministerial League, which also spon- 
sors the annual Galloway award given to the pre- 
ministerial student who has prepared the best 
sermon of that year. Any other projects of the 
League are conducted in conjunction with the 

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CANTERBURY 



The organization for those students on campus 
who are members of the Anglican Communion 
is the Canterbury Association. Canterbury dedi- 
cates its programs to worship, study, stewardship, 
evangelism, and Christian social activity. The 
Association sponsors a variety of weekly activi- 



ties which include the administration of the sac- 
rament of the Holy Eucharist, Evening Prayer 
(The Litany, in Lent), and a weekly discussion 
session. During Lent Canterbury serves as a 
sponsor of weekly ecumenical services. 



DISCIPLES STUDENT FELLOWSHIP 



Disciples Student Fellowship is the campus re- 
ligious organization of the Christian Church. The 
purposes of this organization are fellowship, in- 
formation and worship. Its meetings are held each 
week on Monday evenings, and the regular pro- 
gram is followed by refreshments and general dis- 
cussion. During the course of the year the group 
has several parties, including a special Christmas 
party. As its official project the organization has 
taken partial sponsorship of a child in the Chris- 
tian Church's orphanage in Atlanta, Georgia. 
Meetings of the Disciples Student Fellowship are 
open to students of any denomination. 




METHODIST STUDENT MOVEMENT 




The campus unit of the Methodist Student 
Movement is the Wesley Fellowship. Wesley pro- 
vides fellowship through challenging programs to 
broaden their ideas. The projects of Wesley in- 
clude weekly (each Wednesday night) visits to 
the Boys' Farm for recreation and short worship 
services, caroling (shortly before Christmas) at 
the Methodist and Baptist orphanages, and the an- 
nual pancake supper (held in the Spring) on the 
night before the S. E. B. election when each can- 
didate presents his platform before the student 
body. 



WESTMINSTER 



The campus organization for Presbyterian stu- 
dents is Westminster. The members of West- 
minster meet once a week for fellowship, worship, 
and study. Its programs include speakers, song 
fests, and even cookouts, and each program in- 
cludes a brief devotional. In the fall of the year, 
the Presbyterian churches of Jackson sponsor a 
progressive dinner for the purpose of stimulating 
the interest of Millsaps students in attending the 
Sunday services at one of these churches, and to 
encourage membership in Westminster. 




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The sophisticated lady in black with furs, 
The enthusiastic saleswoman for all projects, 
The understanding "big sister" to all pledges. 

He is the fastest twister at every party, 

The Ivy-Leaguer with blazer and crest, 

The boisterous supporter of his intramural team, 

The intellectual who raises his group's point-index. 

She wears his pin with hers. 
They are the Greeks of Millsaps. 





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PANHELLENIC 
COUNCIL 



The Panhellenic Council of Millsaps College 
is composed of the presidents and two representa- 
tives of the four sororities. Among the duties of 
the Council is the compiling of rules governing 
rushing, pledging, initiating on campus and the 
general administration of Rush Week. One of 
the highlights of the year is the Greek dance at 
the climax of Rush Week which the Panhellenic 
sponsors jointly with the IFC. The Council strives 
to maintain high standards of inter-sorority life, to 
unify the interests of sorority and non-sorority 
women, and to promote cooperation with college 
authorities in developing high social and scholas- 
tic standards. 




STANDING: Betty McMullen, Phi Mu; Marilyn Stewart, Chi Omega: Marsha Beale, Phi Mu: Mary Ford McDougal, Kappa Delta; Linda 
Yarbrough, Beta Sigma Omicron; Kay Barret, Chi Omega; Faye Triplett. Beta Sigma Omicron. SEATED: Lois Lawson, President, Beta 
Sigma Omicron; Linda Mayfield, Vice President, Phi Mu; Marjorie Buie, Treasurer, Kappa Delta; Mary Parker Harmon, Secretary, Chi Omega. 









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ALPHA ZETA CHAPTER 



Dot Allen 
Joan Allen 
Ethel Beasley 
Donna Rae Bell 
Elizabeth Box 
Kay Brunton 



Marcia Cooper 
Phillys Dear 
Pauline Dickson 
Pat Dugan 
Mary Paul Duval 
Mary Claire Ervin 



Pat Galloway 
Martha Holliday 
Betty Gay Joest 
Mary Ina Jordan 
Thelma Koonce 
Georganne Lammons 



Jennifer Lawrence 
Lois Lawson 
Ellen Lewis 
Glenna Lisenby 
Judy Michal 
Sherry Monk 



Martha Norman 
Beryl Price 
Judy Price 
Waldine Price 
Kay Rayfield 
Gloria Rees 



Julie Revels 
Alice Scott 
Jennifer Stocker 
Barbara Tate 
Pat Taylor 
Laura Trent 



Faye Triplett 
Jan Thigpen 
Paulette Warren 
Judy Weissinger 
Betty Williams 
Lynda Yarbrough 





BETA SIGMA 
OMICRON 



Betty Gay Joest, Treas.; Linda Yarbrough, Pres.; Judy Michal, Sec. 
Elizabeth Box, Vice-Pres. 




Her favorite colors are ruby and pink; her fa- 
vorite flower is the red rose; and oh, how she 
loves to sing! She is a member of Beta Sigma 
Omicron Sorority . . . She and her Beta Sig sis- 
ters are enthusiastic workers in many organiza- 
tions at Millsaps as well as in their own group. 

Throughout the year major roles in the Play- 
ers' productions were portrayed by Beta Sigs, and 
hammers, paint brushes, and make-up sponges 
were wielded by BSO's behind the scenes. The 
gym resounded with cheers when the BSO's took 
the floor for Intramurals. 



Some members preferred songs to cheers as 
they sang with the Madrigals and the Concert 
Choir. Leadership was found within this sorority 
with the presence of the president of Panhellenic 
Council and the president of Wesley Foundation, 
and two seniors were elected to Who's Who and 
Sigma Lambda. 

For these efforts and for their diligent studies, 
BSO's were received as members of several hon- 
oraries including Theta Nu Sigma, Alpha Psi 
Omega, Kappa Delta Epsilon, Pi Delta Phi, and 
Majorette Club. 







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CHI DELTA CHAPTER 



Kathy Alexander 
Susan Alford 
Virginia Alford 
Tatia Anderson 
Blair Anding 
Marie Bacot 
Thelma Bailey 

Babs Ballard 
Kay Barret 
Susan Barry 
Dot Boswell 
Patsy Carmichael 
Wini Cheney 
Roberta Clark 

Anna Dennery 
Marilyn Dickson 
Marilyn Fincher 
Laura Finger 
Dell Fleming 
Linda Fowler 
Susan Hall 

Alix Hallman 
Mary Parker Harmon 
Ann Harvey 
Kathy Hymers 
Susan Hymers 
Sally Irby 
Vicki Jones 

Lisa Jordan 
Miriam Jordan 
Diana Keeney 
Suzanne Lamb 
Linda Lane 
Barbara Lefeve 
Mary Linda Lewis 

Sue Ellen Lovejoy 
Natalie Maynor 
Pat Michael 
Sarah Moffett 
Phyllis Myers 
Mary Frances Nester 
Jo Oliver 

Janey Owen 
Paula Page 
Sandra Rainwater 
Mary Jane Ray 
Shirley Ryland 
Cleta Shirley 
Marilyn Stewart 

Mimi Sutton 
Eileen Traxler 
Nancy Underwood 
Gail Virden 
Pat Warren 
Wanda Weems 
Rosalind Welch 



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Mary Coral Weller 

Meg Wells 

Janice Williams 

Mary Elizabeth Witherspoon 



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CHI OMEGA 




Susan Hymers, Vice-Pres.; Miriam Jordan, Sec. 
Pres.; Dell Fleming, Treas. 



Marilyn Stewart, 



The little white bridge on President Street 
leads to a little white house among the trees which 
has weathered twenty-eight years of Rush Week, 
pledging, and initiation for Chi Omega Fraternity. 
Then suddenly the Chi O owls built a new nest of 
red brick by the library. The lovers of the tawny 
grey bird had a new home in 1962 for their tra- 
dition of outstanding activity. 

Campus leaders emerged from the new 
house as quickly as they had from the old. There 
were singers for the Madrigals and Concert Choir, 
actresses and backstage workers for the Millsaps 
Players, writers for the PURPLE AND WHITE, 
staff members and an editor-in-chief for the BOB- 
ASHELA, athletes for Intramurals, and cheer- 



leaders for the Millsaps Majors. Elections brought 
forth others: three won places (including first) 
among the top five beauties, two became class of- 
ficers, and three joined the group of campus favor- 
ites. From among these well-known Chi O's were 
tapped members for Theta Nu Sigma, Eta Sigma 
Phi, I.R.C., Alpha Epsilon Delta, Social Science 
Forum, Kappa Delta Epsilon, Pi Delta Phi, and 
Majorette Club. 

There was a lighter tradition at the Chi Omega 
house, too. This year they resumed the custom 
which was broken last year of choosing an Owl 
Man. Murray Underwood was crowned at the an- 
nual fall party. 





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Gabe Beard 
Nell Bishop 
Nancy Blackmon 
Betsy Blount 
Fentress Boone 
Beth Boswell 
Marjorie Buie 

Billie Lee Chambers 
Bonnie Jean Coleman 
Connie Cutrer 
Suzanne DeMoss 
JoAnne Edgar 
Mary Fairfax 
Judith Ferrel 

Pattie Fitzgerald 
Marion Fleming 
Rachel Gerdes 
Sandra Graves 
Kaye Green 
Brenda Harris 
Judy Hatfield 

Ann Henley 

Sandra Hill 

Millie Hockingheimer 

Judy Johnston 

Jean Jones 

Kathy Khayat 

Lynne Krutz 

Twinkie Lawhorn 
Mildred Lawrence 
Nancy Loper 
Celane McCown 
Gale McDonnell 
Mary Sue McDonnell 
Mary Ford McDougall 

Nan McGahey 
Kay McGehee 
Sarah Mclnnis 
Carolyn Mozingo 
Mabel Mullins 
Suzanne Murfee 
Mary Nordon 

Becky Paine 
Beth Parks 
Margaret Peteet 
Ruth Pickett 
Judy Power 
Dottie Renshaw 
Margaret Riley 

Sandra Robinson 
Lynn Simms 
Margaret Smith 
Linda Stanfill 
Dot Taylor 
Marion Taylor 
Carolyn Teaster 

Jean Thickens 
Janice Toon 
Martha Ellen Walker 
Patsy Ward 
Joy Weston 
Ginger White 
Sylvia Wilson 



MU CHAPTER 




Martha Young 
Mary Helen Utesch 



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KAPPA DELTA 




Martha Ellen Walker, Sec; Dot Taylor, Treas. 
nell, Pres.; Bellie Lee Chambers, Vice-Pres. 



Mary Sue McDon- 



Chances are, that girl carrying a bouquet of 
white roses is on her way to visit a friend in the 
hospital; then again, she may be a member of 
Kappa Delta Sorority on her way to decorate for 
the White Rose Ball. If she is a KD, she is prob- 
ably in a hurry because she has a million and one 
things to do before she can go out that night. Be- 
sides getting her hair done, she may have to prac- 
tice with the Concert Choir (or maybe it's the 
Madrigals); or perhaps if she is the KD who is a 
cheerleader, there is, more than likely, a practice 
or a game that she must go to. 

And, she is only one of many busy KD's, for 
the Mu Chapter of Kappa Delta counts among its 
members many active young women who are re- 



cipients of a number of high honors. This year, 
from KD membership came the Homecoming 
Queen and Miss Millsaps, two campus favorites, 
three members of Who's Who, the secretary and 
the treasurer of the Student Body, three class of- 
ficers, the president and secretary of the Women's 
Council, one of the top five beauties, and the edi- 
tor of STYLUS. The Kappa Deltas were further 
rewarded for their service to Millsaps when KD's 
were selected for membership in Sigma Lambda, 
Eta Sigma Phi, Pi Kappa Delta, Alpha Psi Omega, 
Kappa Delta Epsilon, Eta Sigma, Pi Delta Phi, 
the Majorette Club, IRC, and the Social Science 
Forum. 




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EPSILON CHAPTER 



Judy Allen 
Peggy Atwood 
Mary Dean Bartle 
Marsha Beale 
Bonnie Buford 
Gail Burke 
Jean Burnett 



Martha Byrd 
Barbara Case 
Trudy Church 
Robbie Clark 
Kay Dawson 
Anne Franklin 
Sharon Graves 



Louise Haley 
Kay Hollingsworth 
Jean Housholder 
Myra Kibler 
Kathy Lehmann 
Luran Luper 
Linda Mayfield 



Martha McCool 
Francie McGown 
Charlotte McKay 
Nina McLemore 
Betty McMullen 
Sue McMurchy 
Jackie Miller 



Grace Moore 
Mary Clay Murphy 
Sandra Murphy 
Janet Oliver 
Anne Pennebaker 
Judy Poole 
Julia Price 



Sheila Raymond 
Patsy Rodden 
Gwen Ross 
Susan Sutton 
Sue Thomas 
Betty Jo Tyner 
Candye Vassar 




Susan Waight 
Anne Clare Williamson 
Laura Wills 
Anne Wooly 




PHI MU 




STANDING: Betty McMullen, Pres.; Myra Kibler, Vice-Pres.: 
Peggy Atwood, Pledge Trainer. SEATED: Gwen Ross, Treas.: 
Sharon Graves, Sec. 



The neat little cottage on North President 
Street is always bustling with activity, for the Phi 
Mu Fraternity is noted for its zest and school spir- 
it. Their clever skits during Rush Week, their 
lively dances and parties, and their warmth and 
friendliness to everyone are things which one nat- 
urally associates with the Phi Mu's. 

They lend their enthusiastic participation to 
practically every phase of campus life. Two of 
their members are serving as school cheerleaders, 
and two others were maids in the Homecoming 
Court (an honor bestowed upon them by the 



football team for their active support of athletic 
events). Also, from the Phi Mu chapter come 
the president of B.S.U., vice-president and secre- 
tary-treasurer of the sophomore class. They 
boast of one of the top twenty beauties, a worker 
on the BOBASHELA staff, writers for the PUR- 
PLE AND WHITE, workers in the Players, an 
outstanding member of the Debate Team, and a 
delegate to the annual Youth Congress. Among 
the honoraries claiming Phi Mu's as members are 
Theta Nu Sigma, Eta Sigma Phi, Social Science 
Forum, and the Majorette Club. 







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STANDING: Bill Kimbrell, KS; Roy Duncan, PiKA; Richard Clayton, LXA; Wayne Dowdy, KA. 

SEATED: Don Mitchell, treasurer, KS; Jim Persons, vice-president, PiKA; Alan Harrigill, president, LXA; Murray Underwood, secre- 
tary, KA. 



INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL 




[ 104 ] 



The Interfraternity Council is an organization 
designed to regulate and govern the activities of 
the four social fraternities on Millsaps campus. 
Composed of two elected representatives from 
each fraternity, it works to create a spirit of 
friendly brotherhood among the men's organiza- 
tions. Naturally their main duty is the co-ordi- 
nation of Rush Week activities. However, they 
also seek to unify fraternity action in solving the 
many problems which arise throughout the school 
year and to promote active cooperation between 
the college and the individual fraternities. 



ALPHA MU CHAPTER 



Gene Ainsworth 
Jim Allen 
George Atkinson 
Will Austin 
William Barksdale 
Edward Boone 
Bob Bowling 



Larry Broadhead 
Sammy Clark 
Scott Coffield 
Sam Cole 
Ken Converse 
Phil Converse 
Eugene Countiss 



Dudley Crawford 
Bill Croswell 
Ronnie Daughdrill 
Dick DeNovellis 
Wayne Dowdy 
Tommy Fenter 
Tommy Fowlkes 



Mike Gemmell 
Charles Gentry 
Kenneth Gilbert 
Mike Graves 
Lewis Hatten 
Burnett Hull 
Frank Jones 



Warren Jones 
Don Lacy 
John Lewis 
Larry Ludke 
Burkett Martin 
Lee McCormick 
Jimmy McLemore 

Tim Medley 
Steve Meisburg 
Don Miller 
Charles Moore 
Cobern Ott 
James W. Pate 
Doug Price 
Mac Price 



Johnny Reeves 
Walter Rueff 
Dean Shaw 
Vence Smith 
Tommy Starling 
Benny Stone 



Tommy Thompson 
Marcue Treadway 
James Underwood 
Ward VanSkiver 
John Wallace 
Richard Warren 
Phil Yeates 




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Piles of furniture, old papers, soft drink bot- 
tles, owl feathers, and tattered Confederate flags 
were the first evidence that Kappa Alpha Order 
was abandoning its old white house for a new 
"Southern mansion." 

Other evidence that the "grand ole gang" took 
the initiative in campus activity was frequent rep- 
resentation at the polls. The vice-president of the 
student body, the presidents of the four classes, the 
vice-president of one class and the president of 
ODK, all followed the Southern Tradition. Mas- 
ter Major, two campus favorites, and three mem- 
bers of Who's Who were also of the "gang." 



In other fields the Southern gentlemen led as 
the editor and the business manager of the PUR- 
PLE AND WHITE, staff members of the BOBA- 
SHELA, members of the Concert Choir and the 
Millsaps Players. They were represented on the 
football, basketball, track, golf, and baseball 
teams; and thus they contributed many members 
to the "M" Club. 

Omicron Delta Kappa, Theta Nu Sigma, Eta 
Sigma, Alpha Epsilon Delta, and the Social Sci- 
ence Forum chose members and officers from 
among the followers of Lee. 








KAPPA ALPHA 



STANDING: Dean Shaw, No. 3; Bill Barksdale, No. 2; Murray 
Underwood, No. 1. SEATED: Susan Barry, Kappa Alpha Rose. 



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ALPHA UPSILON CHAPTER 



Rod Bartlett 
Jimmy Boynton 
Tommy Bundy 
Tom Cooper 
Joe Crain 
Bill Currie 



William E. Davenport 
John Gillis 
John Grayson 
Doug Greene 
Carl Hagwood 
Dickie Haining 



Pete Halat 
William R. Hall, Jr. 
Warren Hinton 
Garland Holliman 
Brett Johnson 
Raymond Jones 



Bill Kimbrell 
Charlie Kuebler 
Lee Lewis 
Frank McCaa 
David Meadows 
Paul Miller 



Maurice Morgan 
Kenneth Moser 
Kirk Nelson 
Ben Nichols 
Martin Pearson 
Nick Rebold 



Tom Rhoden 
Dickie Roberts 
Ronnie Rodgers 
Jerry Rowzee 
Bob Rutledge 
Grover Shannon 



Charles Smith 
Jimmy Stubbs 
Bill Tarver 
Tommy Thornton 
Warren Traub 
Lovelle Upton 





On the other side (but the "right" side) of 
North State Street stands a stately white house. 
Therein reside 20 Kappa Sigma's, one boxer pup- 
py, and one big black Persian cat. Oftentimes, 
shouts of "where is J-o-o-ohn, B-e-e-e?!!" and 
"Thirteen, thirteen, thirteen, screaming, scream- 
ing, screaming . . . ." and those who hear may be 
moved to remark, "The Sigs are at play." On occa- 
sion silence reigns and the Sigs are at work — work 
which has resulted in the election of a Kappa Sig- 
ma to Who's Who, members of Kappa Sigma be- 
ing tapped by various honoraries including ODK, 



Eta Sigma Phi, and Alpha Epsilon Delta, of which 
a Kappa Sig has been elected president. Two 
members of Kappa Sigma have been elected cam- 
pus favorites, and one has been elected cheer- 
leader. 

This work extends beyond the white house and 
across the street where the Sigs serve Millsaps as 
staff members and editors of the BOBASHELA 
and the PURPLE AND WHITE, in the Concert 
Choir and Madrigals, and on football and basket- 
ball teams, officers of the Ministerial League and 
"M" Club, and on the SEB. 





KAPPA SIGMA 



Pat Barrett, Grand Procurator; Bob Rutledge. Guard; Don Mitchell, 
Grand Master; Dick Haining, Grand Scribe; Joe Crain, Grand Mas- 
ter of Ceremonies; Ray Lewand, Guard. 



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Keith Alford 
Gene Barlow 
Joe Broome 
Gordon Brown 
Philip Carney 
Dave Carter 



Richard Clayton 
John Crampton 
Jimmy Crow 
Luke Dove 
Maynard Hacker 
John Hambrick 



Alan Harrigill 
Larry Hawkins 
Huey Jones 
Ted Jordan 
Curt Lamar 
Geoff Lammons 



Dempsey Levi 
Joel Levi 
Gene Lockett 
Ben McEachin 
Tom McHorse 
John McMillan 



Dick McMurray 
George Morrison 
Wade Myers 
Fred Parker 
William Parker 
Ted Peak 



Charles Rains 
Frederick Rendfrey 
Howard Phillips 
John Rohrer 
Phillip Segrest 
Ed Shaffer 



Jim Strong 
Brown Walker 
William Watkins 
Edward Williams 
George Wilkerson 



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It has become almost a school tradition to hear 
the name of Lambda Chi Alpha read as the fra- 
ternity scholarship cup winner on Tap Day. And 
indeed, they pride themselves not only in their 
academic achievements but also in the contribu- 
tions of their members to school life. From among 
their ranks come the president of the Student 
Body, the president of the Interfraternity Council, 
two members of Who's Who, two members of 
ODK, the business manager of the BOBASHELA, 
and several of the top debaters. Campus honor- 




aries claiming Lamba Chi's as members are Alpha 
Epsilon Delta, Pi Kappa Delta, and the Interna- 
tional Relations Club. 

As a change of pace from their studies and 
more serious campus activities, the Lambda Chi's 
often discuss what new color to paint a certain 
room in their house next year. Also, they have 
the distinction of contributing the tallest player to 
the basketball team and the coolest "Colonel" to 
WJXN. 





Huey Jones, Scribe; Richard Clayton, Pres.; George Wilkerson, Vice- 
Pres.; Robert Adsit, Treas.; Betty McMullen, Crescent Girl. 



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LAMBDA CHI 
ALPHA 



ALPHA IOTA CHAPTER 



Jack Akers 
Hammill Anderson 
James Anderson 
Ronald Atkinson 
Doug Averitt 
Neal Blades 
Joe Blythe 



Kees Brameyer 
Cal Bullock 
William Calvert 
Don Carlisle 
Bill Dodge 
Allen Dowd 
Roy Duncan 



Marcy Dupre 
Murphree Evans 
Terry Fincher 
John Freeman 
Jimmy Gentry 
Ronnie Gilbert 
Alex Gordon 



Lee Graham 
Glenn Graves 
Lee Hasseltine 
Wayne Heidelberg 
Ray Hester 
Tommy Hontzas 
Dave Ingebretson 



Ernest Jabour 
Glenn James 
William Journey 
Edward Kennedy 
John Kohler 
Bobby Lewis 
Paul Mabry 



Bill Matthews 
David McDaniel 
Lewis Nordan 
Max Ostner 
Jim Persons 
Steve Scuddcr 
Pete Shepherd 



Peter Sklar 
Johnny Smith 
Rex Stallings 
Sammy Tucker 
William Turnage 
Kelly Williams 
Rockne Wilson 





It was a somber group that met behind Found- 
ers Hall on that cold night of December 7. The 
men were clad in dark suits; the women were 
wearing black. In the midst of this lugubrious 
gathering lay a coffin bearing the last remains of 
some poor departed soul. As the parade of 
mourners made their way slowly across the cam- 
pus, passers-by removed their hats in respect to 
the dead. Then the wake reached its destina- 
tion . . . not a graveyard, but the Pi Kappa Alpha 
Fraternity house, where the clatter of snooker 
balls could soon be heard mingled with shouts of 
laughter at the doleful ruse of the evening. The 
Pikes were giving a "Morgue Party." The Pikes 





just seem to have a knack for party-giving, as 
evidenced by the "Red Neck" party and the Cot- 
ton Ball where the Dream Girl of PiKA was an- 
nounced. Something new for the Pikes this year 
was a visit to Memphis highlighted by a tour of 
the fraternity's national office. 

Other activities of the Pikes include singing in 
the choir, rehearsing with the Players, and rally- 
ing with the Majors on the basketball court. They 
are members of Alpha Epsilon Delta, Alpha Psi 
Omega, and Kit Kat. This year found a Pike 
among the campus Favorites and another holding 
the position of junior class vice-president. 




Neal Blades, Sec; Max Ostner, Treas.; Jim Persons, Pres. 
Hester, Vice-Pres.; Bonnie Jean Coleman, Dream Girl. 



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He is the team's best southpaw. 

She snares trophies with a tennis racket. 

He sneaks around left end for a touchdown. 

He sinks every free shot. 

They participate in varsity and intramural 

thletics. 
They are members of the M-Club and Majorette 

Club. 
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George Atkinson 
Bob Boling 
Sharon Graves 



CHEERLEADERS 




"Ya'll YELL!" And we did and if enthu- 
siasm waned, it was revitalized by the same press- 
ing command The spirit-spurters who keep us 
yelling — make all WANT to yell — are the cheer- 
leaders. Those eight purple and white figures 
down front who never stop — maybe take vitality 
pills — or maybe it's just infectious spirit — but 
whatever it is, it works 



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Football coaches: Flatt, Montgomery, Breland and Dupes. 

MILLSAPS COACHES 

This year, the Athletic Department at Millsaps 
had the largest coaching staff ever employed. 
Working with the Athletic Director, Dr. James 
Montgomery, were head football coach Bill 
Dupes, Coach Jerry Flatt, backfield. and Coach 
Vonnie Mack Breland, assistant line coach. In 
January, Coach Dupes resigned to accept a posi- 
tion at Austin Peay State Teacher's College, leav- 
ing behind a 3-4-1 season, the best football record 
since 1956. Selected to succeed Coach Dupes as 
head coach was Ray Thornton, a graduate of the 
University of Mississippi. Before he came to 
Millsaps, Coach Thornton was assistant football 
coach at Wake Forest. 





Coach Dupes 



Coach Thornton 



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The Millsaps Majors eagerly head for an afternoon victory. 



FOOTBALL 

"The athletic policy of Millsaps College is 
based on the premise that athletics exist for the 
benefit of the students and not primarily to en- 
hance the prestige and publicity of the college." 
This sentence found in the 1961-62 Millsaps Col- 
lege Bulletin well describes the spirit of the var- 
sity team. To the men on the team it means bit- 
ter disappointment, some discouragement, pride 
in triumph and anticipation of more wins. To the 
students in the stands watching from the sidelines, 
it's ringing cowbells and throwing up your hands 
and shouting, gloating a little, being excited a 
lot. Or it's being disappointed and not showing 
it because "we'll win the next one." To all of 
them — players, cheerleaders, spectators — it's 
building spirit and pride in Millsaps and pride in 
themselves as individual men and women. 

Captain Lee 






Harding 


13 


7 


Sewanee 


7 


24 


Austin 


28 


40 


Georgetown 


7 


21 


Southwestern 





3 


Maryville 


14 


7 


Livingston 





7 


Ouachita 


20 



Trainer, Jim "Snort" Allen, assists Dick Livingston with an injury. 




[ 120 ] 





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Bob Rutledgc 
Halfback 
Captain 



Bob Aired 
End 



John Aldridge 
End 



Jimmy Boynton 
Center 



Pat Barrett 
Halfback 



Bill Barksdale 
Tackle 



Millsaps' fullback, Gaines Massey, fights his way through the Bison line. 




Millsaps Harding 13 

A capacity crowd at Alumni Field saw the 
Millsaps Majors play their opening game against 
the Bisons of Harding College. Continuous rain 
made the playing field a sea of mud. Consequent- 
ly, both teams had trouble handling the ball. Not 
until the last quarter of the game did the Bisons 
break the scoreless tie. With nine minutes left 
in the game Millsaps fumbled deep in their own 
territory. Harding, naturally, went on from there 
for the inevitable touchdown. But one touchdown 
called for another. When the final buzzer sound- 
ed the score was 13 to in favor of Harding. 



Majors 7 Sewanee 7 

The Majors began to "show their muscles" in 
their second game of the season against Sewanee 
on the Tennesseean's playing field. The Tigers 
got off to an early 7-0 lead in the first half. How- 
ever, the Majors, showing a fine defensive skill, 
held Sewanee to this mark for the rest of the 
game. In the second half, Millsaps demon- 
strated a new burst of energy; and after a drive 
into Sewanee's territory, Don Mitchell took the 
ball across the line to tie the game. Several field 
goal attempts were made the final minutes of the 
game by the Majors. All failed and time ran out 
with the score still tied. Nevertheless, the Majors 
showed themselves to be a much improved team, 
with bright prospects for the games to come. 




End Doug Greene steals a Sewanee pass intended for the Sewanee 
halfback. 



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John Clark 
Tackle 



David Clark 
Center 



Dick DeNovellis 
Guard 



Jerry Drane 
Halfback 



Doug Greene 
End 



Johnny Gillis 
Fullback 



Millsaps 21 Southwestern 

Millsaps gained their first victory of the season 
at their Homecoming game at Newell Field by 
trouncing Southwestern 21 to 0. An enthusiastic 
and very large crowd of students and alumni 
watched the Majors put together a wide-open 
offense and air-tight defense to score in every 
period except the second and to keep the Lynx 
players from any serious scoring threat. Out- 
standing playing by Don Mitchell, Pat Barrett and 
William Richardson gave the Majors their three 
touchdowns. It was Millsaps all the way through- 
out the game — and the most exciting Homecom- 
ing game for Millsaps in many years. 




Halfback, Bob Rutledge, sprints for Millsaps touchdown. 



Johnny Hatten 
Guard 



Lewis Hatten 
Halfback 



Gerald Jacks 
Guard 





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Southwestern halfback rambles for yardage against a tough Mill- 
saps defense. 



Millsaps 24 Austin 28 

Scoring two touchdowns in the wild fourth 
quarter the Kangaroos of Austin College over- 
came Millsaps early, a spirited lead to win 28 to 
24 at the first night game at Newell Field in 
Jackson. It was a heartbreaking game for Mill- 
saps to lose. Until the fourth quarter, their de- 
fense was very good and their offense had two 
touchdowns and a field goal to show for itself. 
Austin pulled ahead, however, and the score was 
lop-sided in favor of Austin when Bob Rutledge 
scored Millsaps third and last touchdown. The 
clock ran out before the Majors had another 
chance to score, and there was nothing to do but 
accept a hard loss as the reward for a very fine 
game. 






Ray Lewand 
Halfback 



Roger Lowery 
Quarterback 



Dick Livingston 
End 






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Millsaps 40 Georgetown 7 

Fresh with the taste of victory from their win 
over Southwestern, the Majors went on the ram- 
page to slaughter the Georgetown, Kentucky, 
Tigers 40 to 7 in one of the most lop-sided con- 
test for the Majors ever played on Alumni field. 
Halfback Bob Rutledge led the Majors' scoring 
parade with an impressive record; three touch- 
downs and four extra points. Quarterback Don 
Mitchell personally accounted for two more scores 
and Halfback Pat Barrett made the final tally. It 
was Millsaps' game from beginning to end. An 
excellent defense and an unsurpassed scoring 
ability combined to make it a big day for en- 
thusiastic spectators and players alike. 



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Bob Rutledge, Millsaps halfback, heads for pay dirt while George- 
town defensive man hangs on. 



Again the Mighty Millsaps defense stops Georgetown for a no gainer. 



Don Mitchell 
Quarterback 



Gaines Massey 
Fullback 



Millsaps 3 Maryville 14 

Backed by a spirited crowd cheering at their 
own field, the Scotsmen of Maryville, Tennessee, 
trounced the highly favored Millsaps Majors in a 
14 to 3 contest. The Majors only score was a 
field goal kicked early in the game by the golden 
toe of Bob Rutledge. Though the score remained 
a close 7-3 throughout most of the game, with 41 
seconds remaining the Scots sprinted over their 
good defensive qualities, but showed a disap- 
pointing lack of scoring ability against the Scots. 
All in all, it was hard to take the loss after their 
two previous overwhelming victories. 



Melvyn Smith 
Tackle, Guard 



Robert Smith 
End 




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End 




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End 



Richard Warren 
Guard 



Bill Cherry 
Halfback 



Tommy Fowlkes 
End 



Majors 7 Livingston 

Bouncing back from their loss to Maryville the 
Majors took a 7-0 contest from the Livingston 
State's Tigers at Livingston. A touchdown by 
Gaines Massey and an extra point by Bob Rut- 
ledge were all that was needed for the win. Mill- 
saps showed their best defense of the season 
against Livingston holding them scoreless 
throughout the game. The Majors fumbled 
away other big scoring opportunities in the game 
after their first touchdown. However, the game 
was theirs and they had their third "sweet taste 
of Victory." 



Millsaps 7 Ouchita 20 

The Majors had wanted to make their last game 
of the season another big victory, but their hopes 
were dashed by a 20 to 7 loss to the Ouchita Ti- 
gers at Alumni Field. The Millsaps men made a 
courageous last effort. The score remained tied 
7-7 until the last quarter. It was then that Ou- 
chita made their last two touchdowns to clinch 
the game. Nevertheless, even with the loss, the 
Majors finished the season with the best overall 
record in several years and some impressive vic- 
tories to remember for a lifetime. 




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THE 1962-63 BASKETBALL TEAM 



BASKETBALL 



With an excellent starting lineup and a number 
of good reserve players, Coach James A. Mont- 
gomery had Millsaps' best basketball personnel in 
many years. But they faced a formidable sched- 
ule of powerful foes, including several new op- 
ponents, and many away-from-home games. In 
their first two outings they were soundly defeated 



and lost much of their pre-season optimism. They 
regained a great deal of their spirit by defeating 
Southwestern in their first victory on the road in 
more than three years. Yet throughout most of 
the season the Millsaps Majors played as the un- 
derdog. In the end, however, they had managed 
to eke out six victories in twenty-eight contests. 



Coach Montgomery 




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72 
75 
80 
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65 
67 
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64 
73 
90 
67 
72 
85 
67 
50 
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59 
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Southeastern Louisiana College 

Arkansas A&M College 

Lambuth College 

Southwestern 

William Carey College 

St. Bernard College 

Livingston State College 

Southwestern 

Lambuth College 

Union University 

Huntington College 

Birmingham Southern College 

Belhaven College 

Livingston State College 

Union University 

William Carey College 

Belhaven College 

St. Bernard College 

University of the South 

Athens College 

East Texas Baptist College 

Birmingham Southern College 

Huntingdon College 

Southeastern Louisiana College 

University of the South 

Southwestern 

Birmingham Southern College 



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90 
81 
74 
78 
90 
78 
82 
68 
71 
82 

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87 
67 
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104 
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110 
59 
69 
99 
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Jack Ainsworth 
Guard 



Jamie Arrington 
Guard 



Phil Converse 
Guard 



Forrest Goodwin 
Forward 






Pete Hallet 
Forward 



Charles Smith 
Forward 



Charles Moore 
Center 



Dick McMurray 
Forward 



Fred RenFree 
Center 




Van Trantham 
Center 



Robert Smith 
Forward 



Crawley Stubblefield 
Guard 



Morris Thigpen 
Center 




Jimmy Williams 
Guard 




Phil's small but his accuracy is deadly! 





Fred's up again for TWO! 




Morris fights valiantly for the ball! 
Free ball and then comes the inevitable scramble! 

Charlie makes opponents sweat as two more points are chalked up for the Majors. 





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Jimmy Williams jumps into trouble while Fred is 
powerless to help at the moment. 



Fred clears the floor and defenders' arms for two points for the 
Majors. 



Jimmy Williams up for the rebound. 




Converse explodes with a burst of power for the Majors 



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Tension begins as Majors grab opening toss-up. 





Stubblefield squirms, always looking for the pay- 
off. 



No chance for defense when Fred captures 
the ball. TWO POINTS! 



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REBOUND! Now it's our time for two! 



Charlie wards off would-be attackers as Phil Converse shoots. 




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"Something tells me I'm going to need Collision insurance!" 





Help me, Fred, this character is getting 
tough! 



Hey! who put cellophane over our goal? 




Bottom row: Ronnie Daughdrill, Larry Ludke, Pat Barrett. Coach Montgomery. Ted Peak, Donnie Brock, 
win, Ken Eikert, "Red" Bert, Ray Lewand, Frank McCaa. 



Top row: John Aldridge, Forrest Good- 



1962 TRACK 



Last spring the Millsaps campus saw its first 
year of varsity track, and the Majors did well for 
themselves in their season in both team and indi- 
vidual competition. Events in which they starred 
included the pole-vault, discus, hurdles, high 
jump, broad jump, mile run, javelin, shotput, 
and the relay. They competed at meets at neigh- 
boring schools such as Southwestern, Taylor, and 
Howard, to name a few. In these meets the 
team broke existing records in the 440-yard and 



the 880-yard relay. In the fall, the cross-country 
team made a good showing at the tri-college meet 
in Memphis with Bambuth and Southwestern. All 
in all, twelve athletes earned letters in track dur- 
ing the season. The enthusiastic support of the 
student body at the track meets last spring was a 
great encouragement to the team, which gives 
every sign that this spring will be an even better 
year in track. 



Supreme effort and concentration are personified in Dan Denton's 
hurdles. 




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Rocky start to '".warm up" by doing push-ups. 

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1962 BASEBALL 



Enthusiasts of the national sport looked for- 
ward to the late spring when Millsaps would pro- 
duce another excellent baseball team. A number 
of returning lettermen gave promise once again 
of a winning season. With spirits undampened by 
last year's record of four wins against nine losses, 
the squad worked eagerly to shine on the dia- 
mond. 




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Denny Britt rounds the diamond, scoring for the Majors. 



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Jimmy Blaaew, Edgar Grisham, Phil Goodyear. 





Jimmy Blaaew, Phil Goodyear 



ARCHERY 



Just as the BOBASHELA was going to the 
publisher, Millsaps, under the direction of Dean 
Christmas was in the process of forming the first 
Archery Club. We regret that we do not have 
any more information on them, but we did want 
to give these boys and their sponsor a hardy con- 
gratulations and wish them success in the coming 
year. 



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TENNIS 



On the tennis courts the Millsaps Majors played 
one of their best sports. The team has an envi- 
able reputation in inter-collegiate play in the 
South. 1963 promises to be one of their greater 
years with several lettermen and one letterwoman 
returning. 



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Millsaps' only woman and number two tennis team player, Barbara Whyte. 



A practice session before the tournament. 




Front: Preston Wells, Webb Buie, Larry Broadhead. Back: John Aldridge, Jimmy Williams, Coach Edge, Don Miller, Clyde Satterwhite. 



GOLF 




Jimmy Williams blasts a long ball down the midway for a good 
opening shot. 



Warm days brought out the Majors' golfers to 
perform on the largest sports field before the 
smallest crowds. Return of the main lettermcn 
from last year gave the team a good chance to 
excel in inter-collegiate play. But the team had 
lost its best player in many years; Mary Mills had 
entered professional women's tournaments. 







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Don Miller tees off with a mighty blow. 





BOYS' INTRAMURALS 



Coach Montgomery is the director of the boys' 
intramural competition at Millsaps. All four fra- 
ternities and the Independents enter teams for the 
five designated sports: basketball, softball, volley- 
ball, tennis and golf. Speedball, which has been 
the cause of numerous injuries in the heated in- 
ter-fraternity play, was dropped by the Intramural 
Council early in the fall. However, competition 
was still keen and interest lively in the other 
sports, as each fraternity tried hard to capture the 
coveted Intramural Trophy, which the Kappa 
Alpha's have held for three straight years. 









"I'll teach those young squirts how to REALLY hit a ball 




STEVE: "I don't know what you're doing, Fred, you 
know I'm the best player, even if I'm NOT seven feet 
tall. 




And people think that the ballet is hard! 



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"These here shades, Charlie, just DON'T take the place 
of night time." 







Annual gathering of the Peace Corps. 




Ball in two — hands. 



We may be delinquents, but we AREN'T juvenile! 









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GIRLS' INTRAMURALS 



Girls intramurals are under the supervision of 
Miss Ann Edge. The various sports in which the 
four sororities and the independent teams partici- 
pate are basketball, volleyball, softball, tennis, 
golf, and badminton. Team champions are de- 
termined in volleyball, basketball, and softball. 
Individual girls are declared in the tennis, bad- 
minton, and golf competition. The girls' intra- 
mural trophy is awarded to the sorority which 
compiles the greatest number of points for indi- 
vidual and team competition in the six sports. 





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Somebody pushed! 



I used to have that slumped-over feeling — but no more! 











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"To the victor goes the spoils" — A BALL? 



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Everybody in time now — ONE, TWO, Cha, Cha, Cha. 



Come on, gals, be a sport — let me play! 



Up in the air, Junior birdmen! 





A radical variation of the "Minuet in G. 





He excels in football, 

In French, or in debate. 

She leads her class in scholarship; 

She is an authoress of note. 

They take an interest in foreign affairs; 

They are the leaders in every activity. 

They are the honored on Tap Day; 

They are the successful. 




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Dr. Moore, Murray Underwood. 







Dr. Finger, Dr. Laney. 



OMICRON DELTA KAPPA 



PRESIDENT Murray Underwood 

ADVISOR Dr. Ross Moore 

ODK, national leadership honorary, recognizes 
outstanding men on the basis of service, leader- 
ship, and character. It recognizes leadership in 



five areas: scholarship, student government; so- 
cial and religious groups; athletics; publications; 
and arts. ODK sponsors Tap Day each semester 
and awards a scholarship trophy to the Greek 
organization having the highest average. 




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Alan Harrigill, Don Mitchell 



Warren Jones, Lawerence Coleman. 



Eddie Harris, Tommy McHorse. 



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Mrs. Pale. Miss Morehead, Miss Craig. 



SIGMA LAMBDA 

PRESIDENT: Twinkie Lawhorn 
ADVISOR: Mrs. Pate 

Sigma Lambda, a leadership honor society for 
women, was founded at Millsaps in 1934 by ODK. 
To be extended an invitation to membership in 
Sigma Lambda, a woman student must have a 
2.0 overall average, a variety of leadership serv- 
ices on campus, personal qualities suggesting 




Mary Sue McDonnell. Martha Ellen Walker. 



leadership ability and second semester junior 
standing. Recognizing outstanding accomplish- 
ments in scholarship, leadership, and campus ac- 
tivities, Sigma Lambda represents the ultimate 
achievements for a Millsaps woman. 




Elizabeth Box, Joan Allen. 



Twinkie Lawhon. 
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Dot Taylor, Elise Matheny. 



ETA SIGMA PHI 



PRESIDENT: 

Martha Ellen Walker 
VICE PRESIDENT: 

Linda Lane 
SECRETARY: 

Diana Kenney 
TREASURER: 

Mary Helen Utesch 
ADVISOR: 

Mr. W. T. Jolly 




STANDING: J. McNair, A. Wooly, A. M. Men Jell. M. Jordan, B. Whyte, G. Kester. 
M. H. Utesch, L. Lane, D. Kenney, M. E. Walker. 



SEATED: 



Eta Sigma Phi is a national honorary classical 
fraternity. The requirements for membership are 
first semester sophomore standing and a B average 
in the classics. The purpose of the honorary is to 
recognize outstanding students in Greek and Latin 
studies and to increase the knowledge of the art 
and literature of ancient Greece and Rome. 



On the national level, Eta Sigma Phi publishes 
The Nuntius, a quarterly magazine, and sponsors 
an annual national convention. 

Alpha Pi chapter, established at Millsaps in 
1935, sponsors the Alfred Porter Hamilton award 
to the outstanding Latin student at Murrah High 
School and holds a traditional banquet. 




ETA SIGMA 



PRESIDENT Lawrence Coleman 

Eta Sigma was established at Millsaps College 
in the 1920's and was re-established in 1957. Its 
purpose is to recognize students of outstanding 
scholastic ability and to promote scholarship at 
Millsaps. Members must have completed a mini- 
mum of 75 semester hours at least 30 of which 
must have been acquired at Millsaps. Juniors 
must have an overall point index of 2.60 and 
seniors an index of 2.55. 



M. Underwood, T. Lawhon, C. Smith, L. Coleman. 



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PI DELTA PHI 



PRESIDENT Rudy Williams 

SECRETARY-TREASURER Thelma Koonce 
ADVISOR Mr. William Baskin 

Pi Delta Phi, founded in 1906, is a national 
honorary fraternity recognizing high scholarship 
and attainment in the study of French language 
and literature. Before receiving an invitation to 
membership a student must have at least a 2.0 
average in 15 hours of French and a 1.8 overall 
average. Pi Delta Phi also extends honorary 
memberships to faculty members, alumni, and 
others who have shown unusual interest in France, 
its language, and its literature. 




STANDING: J. McGuffey, C. Smith, R. Williams, L. Lane, Mr. Baskin. 
SEATED: E. Burt, T. Koonce, Miss Craig, Miss Hederi. 



SCHILLER GESELLSCHAFT 




Mr. Lowe, R. Shoemaker, M. Smith, E. Harris, L. Coleman, Mr. Guest. 

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PRESIDENT Eddie Harris 

ADVISOR Mr. Guest 

The twofold purpose of Schiller Gesellschaft 
is to promote and cultivate an interest in German 
culture and to recognize outstanding students in 
German studies. Each candidate is invited to 
write a research paper on some aspect of Ger- 
many's contributions to literature or science or 
art. Papers are read and discussed at meetings. 



ALPHA EPSILON DELTA 



PRESIDENT: 

David Meadows 
VICE PRESIDENT: 

George Atkinson 
SECRETARY: 

Diana Kenny 
TREASURER: 

William Calvert 
ADVISOR: 

Dr. J. B. Price 




STANDING: T. McHorse. T. Rueff, B. McEachin, G. Wilderson, B. Calvert, B. Ledbetter. SEATED: 
P. Hayes, D. Meadows, Dr. Price, G. Atkinson, D. Kenny. 



AED is a national honorary society for pre- 
medical students which encourages excellence in 
premedical scholarship, stimulates an apprecia- 
tion of the importance of premedical education 
in the study of medicine, promotes cooperation 
and contacts between medical students and edu- 



cators in developing an adequate program of pre- 
medical training and binds together similarly 
interested students. 

To be eligible a student must have high scho- 
arship, exemplary leadership, sound character, and 
pleasing personality. 




THETA NU SIGMA 



PRESIDENT Lawrence Coleman 

VICE PRESIDENT Melvin Smith 

SECRETARY-TREASURER Gwen Ross 

REPORTER Alice Scott 

Theta Nu Sigma, honorary science fraternity, 
provides an opportunity for increased fellowship 
among those having scientific interests, encourages 
students to enter graduate schools, recognizes ex- 
cellence in scholarship and leadership amgng 
science students, and makes available to members 
scientific facts and discoveries. Membership is 
limited to majors in the natural and mathematical 
sciences who have completed courses in three of 
the sciences and have an overall of 1.8 and an 
index of 2.0 in the sciences. Each new member 
must present a paper on some phase of science. 



M. Smith, L. Coleman. 
Wells, A. Scott. 



J. Guess, J. Lewis, S. Ware, D. Owen, G. Ross, M. 

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KAPPA DELTA EPSILON 




PRESIDENT Martha Ellen Walker 

VICE PRESIDENT Penny Culley 

SECRETARY Virginia Buckner 

TREASURER Mary Norden 

KDE, a professional education honorary, pro- 
motes the cause of education by fostering high 
scholastic standing and professional ideals among 
those preparing for the teaching profession. To be 
eligible for membership a woman student must 
have a major in education, an overall 1.7 average, 
and 6 hours of secondary education or 9 hours of 
elementary education already completed. Besides 
holding monthly meetings, KDE undertakes vari- 
ous projects and sponsors a Christmas party at 
the Old Ladies' Home. One of the special high- 
lights of the year is the party with student teachers 
and supervising teachers. 



STANDING: M. S. McDonnell, L. Fowler, A. Scott, B. Williams, M. Ivy. 
SEATED: P. Culley, M. Nordan, V. Buckner, M. E. Walker, Mrs. Meaders. 



INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB 



PRESIDENT Alan Harrigill 

VICE PRESIDENT Cora Minor 

SECRETARY-TREASURER Linda Lane 

ADVISOR Dr. Ross Moore 

IRC is an honorary for students genuinely in- 



terested in the fields of political science and cur- 
rent history. IRC hopes to stimulate interest in 
these fields through first-hand reports from stu- 
dents who have recently traveled abroad and 
through open forums on timely subjects. 



STANDING: T. Fowlkes, M. E. Walker, Dr. Bergmark, D Fleming, Mr Bowen, T. Lawhon, C. Lamar, A. 
Porter. SEATED: M. Buie, C. Minor, A. Harrigill, L, Lane, C. Smith, Dr. Moore. 




ALPHA PSI OMEGA 




PRESIDENT Bonnie Jean Coleman 

VICE PRESIDENT Lloyd Wilson 

SECRETARY Jennifer Stacker 

Alpha Psi Omega is a national honorary dra- 
matics fraternity. It recognizes outstanding con- 
tributions in the field of acting, but also in the 
area of backstage work. The Players awards Ban- 
quet held annually to honor the outstanding play- 
ers of the year, is sponsored by Alpha Psi Omega. 
The awards for last year were made as follows: 
Most Outstanding Millsaps Player, Bob Aldridge; 
Millsaps Player Acting Award, Betty Denton and 
Tern Fowlkes; Junior Acting Awards, Ann Bow- 
man and Jim Leverett; Most Valuable Freshman, 
Wayne Albritton; Backstage Award, Martha Jean 
Scott. 



STANDING: Eddie Harris, G. James, T. Fowlkes, L. Wilson. SEATED: A. 
Bowman, B. J. Coleman, J. Stocker, J. Wilkerson. 



M. Lawrence, M. Hacker, N. Lindsay. 



PI KAPPA DELTA 



SECRETARY-TREASURER Nan Lindsay 
ADVISOR Mr. Camp 

Pi Kappa Delta is a national forensic honorary 
recognizing students excelling in debate, extempor- 
aneous speaking, oratory, and other forms of pub- 
lic speaking. Pi Kappa Delta annually sponsors 
one of the finest tournaments in the South, the 
Millsaps Invitation Debate Tournament. 







KIT KAT 






PRESIDENT Eddie Harris 

Kit Kat is the oldest and most exclusive honor- 
ary on Millsaps campus. Composed of a com- 
fortable circle of campus writers, Kit Kat provides 
a literary haven for new ideas and a critical op- 
portunity for the creative writer. 




J. Freeman, Mr. Whitehead, Dr. Boyd, Mr. Pagett, E. Harris. 




CHI DELTA 



PRESIDENT Twinkie Lawhon 

One of the most exclusive honoraries on camp- 
pus, Chi Delta is the sister organization of the 
men's honorary, Kit Kat. Chi Delta not only 
recognizes outstanding achievement in the literary 
arts, but also seeks to promote interest in creative 
writing among all Millsaps women. Membership 
is extended to those Millsaps women who are of at 
least sophomore standing whose work has been 
published in Stylus or entered in the Southern 
Literary Festival, and who have shown a persist- 
ent and sustained interest in the field of creative 
writing. 



F. Boone, T. Lawhon, C. Posey. 



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SOCIAL SCIENCE FORUM 



PRESIDENT: Betty Jenkins 
SECRETARY: Betty Burt 
ADVISORS: Dr. Wallace 
Mr. Leonard 




STANDING: M. Underwood, M. E. Walker, S. Thomas, D. Fleming, Mr. Jordan, Dr. Wallace. 
Jenkins, T. Lawhon. 



SEATED: B. 



The Social Science Forum is an honorary 
recognizing scholastic achievement in the social 
sciences. Its purpose is to provide a forum for 
exploration, study, and interpretation of various 
aspects of the social sciences. 




CIRCLE K 



Circle K is a service organization for college 
men operating on the campus and is similar to 
Kiwanis. It is a leadership and character building 
honorary which has as its objectives the initiation 
and promotion of movements toward campus im- 
provements. 



STANDING: W. Mangum, P. Kellar, B. Barksdale, H. Jones, T. Peak, G. 
Lord. SEATED: R. Warren, M. Smith. 



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M CLUB 



PRESIDENT Johnny Hatten 

VICE PRESIDENT Bill Barksdale 

SECRETARY-TREASURER Charlie Smith 

All students who have been awarded the of- 
ficial letter "M" in intercollegiate athletics are 
members of the "M" Club. Each year the club 
presents trophies to the Most Improved Football 
Player and the Most Valuable Football Player at 
the banquet. The "M" Club also sponsors a 
sock-hop held each year in the gym. 



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MAJORETTE CLUB 



PRESIDENT Meg Wells 

VICE PRESIDENT Gwen Ross 

SECRETARY Ginger White 

The Majorette Club is an honorary organiza- 
tion consisting of women students who have par- 



ticipated in at least three different intramural 
sports and have maintained a grade-point index 
of 1.5 for at least two semesters. It seeks to 
recognize interest and participation in the woman's 
intramural sports. 





He is the psych major with a 3.00. 

She is the president of the "grill-and-bridge" club. 

He is the loudest voice at any football game. 

He is the "snowman" of the Greek-Night dance. 

They are members of honoraries, party-goers, 
students. 

Separate as personalities, all are one as the Mill- 
saps Student Body. 





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ALLEN, DOROTHY VIRGINIA; Aberdeen; Elem. 
Ed.; Majorette Club; Intramurals; Orientation Coun- 
selor; Wesley; Singers; Beta Sigma Omicron, Rec. Sec., 
Ath. Chairman. 

ALLEN, JAMES ROBERTS; Carthage; English; Who's 
Who; Senior Class President; P & W, Sports Ed.; Dorm 
Manager; "Major Facts" Editor; "M" Club; Football 
Trainer; Student Senate; Favorite; Kappa Alpha, Cor. 
Sec. 



ALLEN, JOAN GELINDA; Flemingsburg, Ky.; Re- 
ligion; Sigma Lambda; Dean's List; Religion Honors 
Program; Religion Dept. Ass't.; Wesley; Christian 
Council; SEB Social Activities Chmn.; Chapel Choir; 
Beta Sigma Omicron; Editor and Cor. Sec. 

ATKINSON, GEORGE OREN, JR.; Pensacola, Fla.; 
Biology; AED, Vice Pres., Historian; Cheerleader; 
Chapel Choir; Dean's List; Kappa Alpha, Social Chair- 
man. 



BEAM, JERRY BOSTICK; Tremont; Religion; Wes- 
ley; Christian Council; Ministerial League; Lambda 
Chi Alpha. 

BISHOP, NELL KIRSCHENBAUM; Vicksburg; 
Mathematics; Kappa Delta Epsilon; Dean's List; Play- 
ers; Library Ass't.; Kappa Delta. 



BLACKMON, NANCY GENE; Greenville; Elem. Ed.; 
SEB; Parking Committee; Chapel Choir; Players, 
Chmn. of Make-Up; Kappa Delta, Guard, Sergeant-at- 
Arms. 

BLANTON, JAMES DONALD; Mathiston; French; 
Transfer from Wood Jr. College; Madrigal Singers; 
Wesley; Ministerial League, Sec.-Treas.; Christian 
Council. 



BOX, ELIZABETH; Mantachie; Religion; Sigma 
Lambda; Who's Who; Madrigals; Fresh. Class Vice- 
Pres.; Panhellenic Council; Nat'l. Methodist Scholar- 
ship; Orientation Counselor; Religion Dept. Ass't.; 
Christian Council; Wesley, Vice-Pres., Pres.; Women's 
Council; Dean's List; High School Day Comm. Chmn.; 
Alumni of the Year Comm.; Beta Sigma Omicron, 
Vice-Pres. 

BUCKNER, VIRGINIA; Daytona Beach, Fla.; Elem. 
Education; BSU; Dean's List; Kappa Delta Epsilon, 
Sec. 




BUIE, MARJORIE LEE; Jackson; History; Transfer 
from Randolph-Macon; IRC; Majorette Club; Pan- 
hellenic Council, Treas.; Dean's List; Players; BOB- 
ASHELA, Business Staff; Kappa Delta. 

BULLOCK, CAL W.; Jackson; Chemistry; Nat'l 
Science Foundation Grant; High School Day Scholar- 
ship; Intramurals; Pi Kappa Alpha. 



BURFORD, BONNIE; Marks; Elem. Ed.; Transfer 
from Delta State College; Dean's List; Players; Educa- 
tion Ass't.; Wesley; Chapel Choir; Phi Mu, Chaplain. 

BURT, EVELYN FRANCES; Drew; French; Pi Delta 
Phi; Junior Year Abroad Study Program; American 
Guild of Organists; Women's Council; YWCA; Wes- 
ley; Players; Madrigals. 



CALDWELL, RICHARD DALE; Flora; Biology; 
Biology Ass't.; Nat'l Science Foundation Research 
Participant; High School Day Scholarship; Chemistry 
Ass't. 

CARSON, FRANKLIN D.; Jackson; English; Dean's 
List; Alpha Psi Omega; C & E Comm.; Christian Coun- 
cil; Canterbury, Pres.; Millsaps Players; Concert Choir; 
Who's Who. 



CHAMBERS, BILLY LEE; Clinton; English; Eta 
Sigma Phi; Majorette Club; Jr. Class Vice-Pres.; Sr. 
Class Vice-Pres.; Orientation Stering Comm.; Orienta- 
tion Counselor; SEB Student Union Comm., Finance 
Comm.; Women's Council; Players; Chapel Choir; 
Chmn. Homecoming Comm.; Kappa Delta, Editor, 
Vice-Pres. 

CHANCELLOR, PEGGY JOYCE; Brandon; Elem. 
Ed.; Wesley; WCW; YWCA; Singers; Players; Band. 



CLARK, ROBBIE; Gloster; Elem. Ed.; Transfer from 
Southwest Jr. College; Women's Council; Dorm, Pres.; 
Wesley; Chapel Choir; Ed. Ass't.; SEB Finance 
Comm.; Phi Mu, Registrar. 

COLEMAN, BONNIE JEAN; Magnolia; Music; Alpha 
Psi Omega, Pres.; Concert Choir, Soloist; Players; 
Dream Girl of PiKA; Who's Who; Kappa Delta. 






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COLEMAN, LAWRENCE ARNOLD; Meridian; 
Physics and Chemistry; Omicron Delta Kappa; Eta 
Sigma, Pres.; Schiller Gesellschaft; General Physics 
Award; General Chemistry Award; German Award; 
Orientation Counselor; President's List. 

COOPER, ROBERT EWELL; Brookhaven; English; 
Players; Publicity Comm. 



CRAMPTON, JOHN; Meridian; Political Science; 
Lambda Chi Alpha. 

CULLEY, PENNY TUMBLESON; Jackson; Mathe- 
matics; Transfer from University of Mississippi; Sing- 
ers; Dean's List; President's List; Kappa Delta Epsilon, 
Vice-Pres. 



DAVENPORT, WILLIAM E.; Yazoo City; Geology; 
Orientation Chairman; Circle K, Vice-Pres.; Jr. Class 
Pres.; Soph. Class Pres.; Student Senate; Favorite; 
Constitutional Revision Comm.; Kappa Sigma, Sec, 
Pledge Trainer, Rush Chmn. 

DICKSON, PAULINE; Mount Olive; History; Dean's 
List; Wesley; Intramurals; Majorette Club; Singers; 
Beta Sigma Omicron, Cor. Sec, Editor. 



DODSON, OLIVIA ANN; Nashville, Tenn.; Elem. 
Ed.; Student Senate; Women's Council; Wesley; Wom- 
en's Christian Workers, Vice-Pres., Publicity Chmn. 

FINCHER, RICHARD T.; Greenwood; Economics; 
Players; Intramurals; BOBASHELA, Sports Editor; Pi 
Kappa Alpha, Treasurer. 



GRAVES, SANDRA LEE; Jackson; English; Band, 
Head Majorette; Chapel Choir; Orientation Counselor; 
Players, Dancer, Singer; Women's Council; Kappa 
Delta, Social Chmn, Cor. Sec. 

GRAVES, SHARON; Jackson; Mathematics; Cheer- 
leader; BSU, Pres.; Orientation Steering Comm.; P & 
W Staff; Student Union Comm.; Fresh. Class Sec- 
Treas.; Chapel Choir; Phi Mu, Ass't. Pledge Trainer, 
Secretary. 




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HAINING, RICHARD WINGFIELD; Clarksdale; 
Math; Who's Who; Orientation Counselor; Steering 
Comm. for Freshman Orientation; Favorite; BOBA- 
SHELA, Greek Co-Editor; Singers; Players; Kappa 
Sigma, Grand Scribe. 

HASSELTINE, LEE LUTHER, JR.; Corinth; History; 
Players; Intramurals; Inter-Fraternity Council; Pi 
Kappa Alpha, Social Chmn., Rush Chmn. 



HARRIGILL, ALAN H.; Brookhaven; History and 
Political Science; Who's Who; Omicron Delta Kappa; 
IFC, Sec, Treas., Vice-Pres., Pres.; President's List; 
"Outstanding Student Senator— 1962"; BOBASHELA, 
Business Man.; SEB Parking Comm., Chmn.; Public 
Relations Ass't.; Student Senate; Singers; Players; 
Lambda Chi Alpha, Rush Chmn., Pres.; IRC, Pres. 

HAWKINS, LARRY; Jackson; Economics; Transfer 
from Miss. State Univ.; Dean's List; Art Club; Players, 
Pub. Comm.; Lambda Chi Alpha, Rush Chmn. 



HAYES, PHYLLIS; Gillsburg; Chemistry; Transfer 
from Southwest Jr. College; Alpha Epsilon Delta; 
BSU; Dorm Ass't. 

HEDGECOCK, DAVID E.; Gainesville, Ga.; Physics; 
Physics and Astronomy Lab Ass't.; Deutscher Verein. 



HINSON, MARGARET; Columbus; Sociology; Wes- 
ley; Singers; American Guild of Organists, Sec. -Treas.; 
YWCA, Faith Chmn.; Christian Council; Sociology 
Ass't. 

HOOD, STEPHEN T.; Jackson; Chemistry; Dean's 
List; Eta Sigma Phi. 



HYMERS, SUSAN HELEN; Jackson, Tenn.; Elem. 
Ed.; Dean's List; BOBASHELA, Class Editor; Wom- 
en's Council; Chapel Choir; YWCA; Chi Omega, 
Vice-Pres. 

JENKINS, BETTY; Laurel; Sociology; Transfer from 
Sophie Newcomb College; Eta Sigma; Dean's List; 
Social Science Forum; Women's Council; Orientation 
Counselor; Wesley. 




JONES, HUEY C; Columbia; Psychology; Dcutscher 
Vercin, Vicc-Pres.; Baseball; Orientation Comm.; 
Players, Pub. Comm., Co-Chmn.; Lambda Chi Alpha, 
Sec. 

JONES, ANNETTE JUSTINE; Hattiesburg; Sociology; 
Singers; Wesley; Band, Majorette; Players. 



JORDAN, MIRIAM LOCKE; Carthage; Elem. Ed. 
Dean's List; BOBASHELA, Class Editor; Wesley 
Education Assistant; Chapel Choir; Players; YWCA 
High School Day Scholarship; Chi Omega, House 
Chmn., Sec. 

KELLER, PAUL CHARLES; Natchez; History; In- 
tramurals; Players; Band; Track; Singers; Circle K. 



KENNEDY, ANN G.; Natchez; Elem. Ed. 

KENNEY, DIANA MAUREEN; Jackson; Biology; 
Eta Sigma Phi, Sec; Alpha Epsilon Delta, Sec; Orien- 
tation Counselor; Women's Council; Dean's List; 
P & W Staff; Chi Omega, Chapter Correspondent. 



KIBLER, MYRA LYNN; Decatur, Ga.; English; Ori- 
entation Counselor; Deutscher Verein; Majorette Club; 
Panhellenic, Pres.; Westminster, Sec-Treas.; P & W 
Staff; Chapel Choir; Phi Mu, Vice-Pres. 

LACY, DON; Jackson; Political Science; P & W, Car- 
toonist; Chapel Choir; Intramurals; Kappa Alpha, 
Sgt.-at-Arms. 



LAMMONS, GEORGANNE; Greenbelt, Md.; Elem. 
Ed.; Orientation Counselor; Chapel Choir; Players; 
Band; BSU; Beta Sigma Omicron, Rec Sec. 

LANE, LINDA MOORE; Brandon; French; Eta 
Sigma Phi, Vice-Pres.; Pi Delta Phi; International Re- 
lations Club, Sec-Treas.; Christian Council, Sec; 
YWCA, Pres.; Dean's List; Women's Council; Chi 
Omega. 




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LAWHON, MINNIE LAWSON; Tupelo; English; 
Who's Who; Sigma Lambda, Pres.; Chi Delta, Pres.; 
Eta Sigma; Pi Delta Phi; Schiller Gesellschaft; Social 
Science Forum; International Relations Club; 1962 
BOBASHELA, Editor; STYLUS, Editor; P & W, Fea- 
ture Ed.; C & E Comm.; Psych. Ass't.; Language Lab 
Ass't.; President's List; Writer's Club; Kappa Delta. 

LAWSON, LOIS MARIE; Yazoo City; Elem. Ed.; 
Panhellenic Council, Pres.; Women's Council; Chapel 
Choir; Intramurals; Wesley, Projects Chmn.; P & W, 
Managing Ed.; Beta Sigma Omicron, House Chmn. 



LEVI, DEMPSEY MEYER; Ocean Springs; Chem.; 
Art Club; Westminster, Pub. Chmn.; Lambda Chi 
Alpha, Social Chmn. 

LOPER, NANCY BETH; Ocean Springs; Eng.; Ma- 
jorette Club; Women's Council, Vice-Pres., Pres.; Or- 
ientation Counselor; Jr. and Sr. Class Sec; Student 
Senate; Chapel Choir; Wesley, Sec; Dorm Pres.; Kappa 
Delta, Membership Chmn., Song Leader. 












LUPER, MARY LURAN; Prentiss; Eng.; Transfer 
from MSCW; Lambda Chi Alpha Crescent Court; 
Writer's Club; Singers; Phi Mu, Reporter, Ritualistic 
Chmn. 

McCOOL, FAYE BRIGGS; Jackson; Psych.; Trans- 
fer from Miss. College; Top Ten Freshman Eng. Stu- 
dents; Drill Team; Delegate to Southern Literary Fes- 
tival; Dean's List; Social Science Forum; Psych. Dept. 
Ass't. 



McDONNELL, MARY SUE; Hazelhurst; Elem. Ed.; 
Who's Who; Sigma Lambda, Vice-Pres.; Kappa Delta 
Epsilon; Majorette Club, Sec; Orientation Comm.; 
Homecoming Queen; Miss Millsaps; Soph. Class Sec; 
Student Body Sec; Student Senate; Band, Majorette; 
Panhellenic Council; Kappa Delta, Membership Chmn., 
Pres. 

McGUFFEE, JULIA ANN; Jackson; Philosophy; 
Transfer from Sophie Newcomb; Pi Delta Phi; Kappa 
Delta Epsilon; Dean's List. 



McHORSE, TOMMY; Jackson; Chem.; Who's Who; 
Omicron Delta Kappa; SEB, Pres.; Jr. Class Pres.; 
Orientation Co-Chmn.; AED, Treas.; IFC, Sec; Presi- 
dent's List; Lambda Chi Alpha, Vice-Pres. 

McINNIS, SARAH; Laurel; Eng.; Kappa Delta Epsi- 
lon; Deutscher Verein; Westminster, Vice-Pres., Pres.; 
Lambda Chi Alpha Crescent Court; Publications 
Board; Dean's List; Christian Council; Kappa Delta, 
House Chmn. 




McLEMORE, JAMES GRAY, JR.; Forest; Political 
Science; P & W Staff; Singers; Intramurals; Dorm Man- 
ager; Kappa Alpha, Historian. 

McMULLEN, BETTY MARIE; Brookhaven; Math; 
Transfer from Agnes Scott College; Dean's List; Stu- 
dent Senate; Players; Women's Council; Chapel Choir; 
Majorette Club; Orientation Counselor; BOBASHELA, 
Bus. Staff; Panhellenic Council; Westminster, Sec- 
Treas., Vice-Pres.; LXA Crescent Court; LXA Cres- 
cent Queen; Phi Mu, Treas., Pres. 



MATHENY, ELISE; Meridian; Organ; Sigma 
Lambda; Who's Who; Dorm Pres.; President's List; 
Eta Sigma; Organ Guild, Pres.; Concert Choir, Ac- 
companist; Women's Council, Vice-Pres.; Orientation 
Co-Chmn. 

MATTHEWS, WILLIAM HENRY; Raymond; Psy- 
chology; Madrigals; Favorite; Players; Pi Kappa Alpha. 



MEADOWS, DAVID LEIGH; Greenwood; Biology; 
Alpha Epsilon Delta, Pres.; Nat'l. Science Foundation 
Scholarship; Intramurals; Singers; Dean's List; Track. 

MEEK, NANCY BRYAN; Forest; English; Wesley; 
Dean's List. 



MEISBURG, STEVE; Jackson; History; Pre-Minis- 
terial; Dean's List; Who's Who; Master Major; Orienta- 
tion Co-Chmn.; Tour Choir, Student Conductor, Pres.; 
"M" Club; Tennis Team; Kappa Alpha. 

MENDELL, ANNE MARIE; Jackson; Latin; Eta 
Sigma Phi; Latin Ass't. 



MINER, CORA TREADWAY; Meridian; Political 
Sci.; Who's Who; IRC, Vice-Pres.; Dean's List; Play- 
ers; Washington Semester; Political Sci. Dept. Ass't.; 
C & E Comm.; Wesley Council; Student Union Comm.; 
Panhellenic Council, Vice-Pres.; Chi Omega, Rush 
Chmn. 

MITCHELL, THOMAS JERRY; Jackson; Religion; 
SEB; Ministerial League; Student Pastor. 







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NABORS, JACKIE MOORE; Tutwiler; Psychology; 
Concert Choir, Business Man.; Chapel Choir; Social 
Science Forum. 

NORDAN, LEWIS A.; Jackson; English; Players; 
English Dept. Ass't.; Writer's Club; Pi Kappa Alpha. 



NORDAN, MARY MITMAN; Jackson; Elem. Ed.; 
Kappa Delta Epsilon, Treas.; Majorette Club; Writer's 
Club; Pi Kappa Alpha Dream Girl Court; Band; Chapel 
Choir; Players; Kappa Delta. 

OLIVER, JANET; Drew; Music; Dean's List; Madri- 
gals; Student Conductor; Librarian; Phi Mu, Music 
Director, Frat. Ed. Chmn. 



OTT, COBERN ERWIN; Osyka; Physics; Intramural 
Council, Sec; "M" Club; Basketball; Baseball; Foot- 
ball Mgr.; Kappa Alpha, Intramural Director. 

PATE, JIM; Pensacola, Fla.; Biology; Transfer from 
Troy State College; Biology Lab Ass't.; Phi Sigma Tau, 
Pres.; Kappa Alpha. 



PERSONS, JIM; Jackson; Economics; BOBASHELA, 
Business Mgr.; Pi Kappa Alpha, Vice-Pres., Pres. 

POSEY, CAROL; Jackson; English; P & W, Feature 
Editor; Writer's Club; Chi Delta. 



REED, KATHY; Grenada; Mathematics; Transfer 
from Belhaven College; BSU; Dcutscher Verein; 
YWCA; WCW; Players; Dean's List. 

SHANK, KATHLEEN JEAN; Chambersville, Pa.; 
Elem. Ed.; Transfer from Indiana State College; Nat'l. 
Education Assoc; Dean's List; P & W Staff; Players. 




SHAW, HARMON DEAN, JR.; Hazclhurst; Political 
Sci. and History; Baseball; "M" Club; P & W, Sports 
Editor; Kappa Alpha, Rec. Sec, Door Keeper. 

SHERRILL, MARIAN M.; Jackson; Elem. Ed. 



SKLAR, PETER L.; Jackson; Biology; Chapel Choir; 
Orientation Counselor; Pi Kappa Alpha. 

SMITH, CARLEEN; Vicksburg; French; President's 
List; Pi Delta Phi; Eta Sigma; International Relations 
Club; P & W Staff; Women's Council; Orientation 
Counselor; French Award; Concert Choir. 



TEASTER, CAROLYN; Yazoo City; Elem. Ed.; 
Chapel Choir; Kappa Delta, Social Chmn. 

TREADWAY, MARCUS A., JR.; Hollandale; History; 
Dean's List; Millsaps Singers; Kappa Alpha. 



UNDERWOOD, JAMES MURRAY, JR.; Forest; Ac- 
counting; Omicron Delta Kappa, Pres.; Eta Sigma; 
Social Science Forum; P & W, Bus. Mgr.; Chapel Choir; 
IFC, Sec; Nat'l. Methodist Scholarship; Economics 
Ass't.; President's List; Who's Who; Kappa Alpha, 
Pres., Treas. 

WALKER, MARTHA ELLEN; Hollandale; History; 
Sigma Lambda; Eta Sigma Phi, Pres.; Kappa Delta 
Epsilon, Pres.; International Relations Club; Social 
Science Forum; SEB, Treas.; Favorite; Chapel Choir; 
Dean's List; Kappa Delta, Ed. Chmn., Sec. 



WASSON, LOCKETT ALTON, JR.; Ackerman; 
Philosophy; Transfer from the American Univ.; Who's 
Who; Concert Choir; Philosophy Honors Program; 
Dean's List; Orientation Counselor; MIC, Executive 
Council; SEB, Finance Comm.; Youth Congress; Wes- 
ley. 

WELLS, CARMEN MELANIE; Jackson; Biology; 
Dean's List; Theta Nu Sigma; Nat'l. Science Founda- 
tion, Botany Team; Majorette Club, Pres.; Tour Choir; 
Chi Omega. 




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WELLS, PRESTON DAVIS; Jackson; Economics; 
Economics Dept. Ass't. 

WILKERSON, MARY JOHNETTE; Pascagoula; Re- 
ligion; Alpha Psi Omega; Wesley; Women's Christian 
Workers; Dorm Ass't.; Lead in "Madwoman." 



WILLIAMS, BETTY; Jackson; Elem. Ed.; Dean's 
List; Women's Council; Kappa Delta Epsilon; Beta 
Sigma Omicron. 

WILLIAMS, KELLY; Gulfport; Economics; Wesley, 
Arrangement Chmn.; Chapel Choir; Madrigals; Pi 
Kappa Alpha, House Mgr., Scholarship Chmn., Song 
Director. 



WILLIAMS, RUDY DE'WAYNE; Vernon, Texas; 
French; Pi Delta Phi, Pres.; Deutscher Verein; Ro- 
mance Language Dept. Ass't. 

WILSON, JOSEPH ROCKNE; Moss Point; History; 
Intramurals; Pi Kappa Alpha, Historian. 



WOOLLY, MARTHA ANN; Leland; Piano; Eta Sig- 
ma Phi; Majorette Club; Chapel Choir, Accompanist; 
Wesley; Phi Mu, Rush Chmn. 





'Now I lay me down to sleep 



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"But I wanted peppermint!!" 




"You mean it costs money?" 




these tough pickles!' 




'No wonder the Majors didn't have a winning season." 
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AINSWORTH, GENE; KA; Florence 
ALFORD, KEITH; LKA; McComb 
ALLEN, DAVID; LKA; Jackson 
ATWOOD, PEGGY; Phi Mu, Laurel 



AVERITT, DOUG; PiKA; Memphis, Tenn. 
BACOT, MARIE; Chi O; Jackson 
BARBER, C. MICHAEL; Jackson 
BARKSDALE, BILL; KA; Jackson 



BARNETT, KAY; Chi O; Memphis, Tenn. 
BARRY, SUSAN; Chi O; Jackson 
BEARD, GABE; KD; Jackson 
BELL, DONNA RAE; BSO; Liberty 



BLADES, NEAL; PiKA; Moss Point 
BLYTHE, JOE; PiKA; Boonville 
BOWLING, BOB; KA; Hattiesburg 
BRENT, MARGUERITE; Jackson 



BROOME, JOE; LKA; Moss Point 
CALHOON, DONNA KAY; Jackson 
CALVERT, WILLIAM E.; PiKA; McComb 
CARTER, SANDRA; Meridian 



CATLETT, DOROTHY GREY; Inverness 
CLARK, SAMMY; Jackson 
CLAYTON, RICHARD; LKA; McComb 
COLE, SAM; KA; Prairie Point 



CONVERSE, PHIL; KA; Jackson 
COOLEY, TOMMY; Shannon 
COST AS, LINDA; Jackson 
CRAIG, CHARLOTTE; Marks 



CRAIN, JOE; KS; Hope, Ark. 
CRANFORD, STEPHEN; Mena, Ark. 
CRAWFORD, DUDLEY; KA; Canton 
CUMBERLAND, NORMA; Preston 







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DeGRAFFENREID, ANN; Meridian 
DeMOSS, SUZANNE; Jackson 
DAUGHDRILL, RONNIE; KA; McComb 
DICKERSON, DIANNE; Johnston Station 



ECTON, HENRY; Hopkinsville, Ky. 
ELLIOT, JUDY; Jackson 
FITZGERALD, PATTIE; KD; Cleveland 
FLEMING, DELL; Chi O; Shreveport, La. 



FOWLER, LYNDA; Chi O; Jackson 
FREEMAN, JOHN; PiKA; Jackson 
FULTON, TRAVIS; Philadelphia 
GENTRY, CHARLES; KA; McComb 



GERDES, RACHEL; KD; Leland 
GORDY, JACK RAY; Laurel 
GUESS, JOHN; Brookhaven 
HAGWOOD, CARL; KS; Clarksdale 



HALEY, LOUISE; Phi Mu; Clarksdale 
HANSEN, THOMAS; Kimball, S. D. 
HARMON, MARY PARKER; Chi O; Jackson 
HARRIS, BRENDA; KD; Forest 



HARVEY, ANN; Chi O; Yazoo City 
HATTEN, LEWIS; KA; Wiggens 
HEIDRICH, DON; Pensacola, Fla. 
HEMBREE, NANCY; Philadelphia 




HINDS, CAROL; Gulfport 
HULL, BURNETT; KA; Atlanta, Ga. 
IRBY, SALLY; Chi O; Greenville 
IVY, MARY; Jackson 



JAMES, GLENN; PiKA; Macon, Ga. 
JOEST, BETTY GAY; BSO; Memphis, Tenn. 
JOHNSON, MEIGHAN; Ocean Springs 
JONES, WARREN; KA; Forest 









JORDAN, TED; Jackson 
KERBY, DONNA; Jackson 
KIMBRELL, BILL; KS; Greenville 
KOONCE, THELMA; BSO; Laurel 



LAIRD, DON; Little Rock, Ark. 
LAMAR, KURT; LXA; McComb 
LAMB, SUZANNE; Chi O; Paducah, Ky. 
LAWRENCE, MILDRED; KD; Laurel 



LEFEVE, BARBARA; Chi O; Vicksburg 
LEWIS, JOHN S.; KA; Woodville 
LOCKETT, GENE; LXA; Biloxi 
LUDKE, LARRY; KA; Vicksburg 



McCAA, FRANK; KS; Sylacauga, Ala. 
McEACHIN, BEN; LXA; Grenada 
McMURCHY, SUE; Phi Mu; Fayette 
McMURRAY, DICK; LXA; Jackson 



McNAIR, JOHN L.; Magee 
MAJORS, FRIEDA; Jackson 
MALONE, SAMMIE DEAN; Belzoni 
MAYFIELD, LINDA; Phi Mu; Jackson, Tenn. 



MICHAEL, JUDY; BSO; Yazoo City 
MILLER, JACKIE; Phi Mu; Jackson 
MILLER, WAYNE; Washington 
MINOR, STREETY; Jackson 



MOORE, GRACE; Aberdeen 
MURFEE, SUZANNE; KD; Amory 
MYERS, WADE; Jackson 
NELSON, KAY; Poplarville 



OVERSTREET, BOBBY; Holcomb 
OWEN, DAVIS; Franklin, La. 
PAGE, PAULA; Chi O; Granada 
PERKINS, LINDA; Jackson 








PHILLIPS, BARBARA; Collingsville 
PHILLIPS, HOWARD; LXA; Montevallo, Ala. 
PHILLIPS, KNOX; Richton 
POOLE, JUDY; Phi Mu; Gulfport 



PRICE, BERTHA; Wesson 
PRICE, BERYL; BSO; Quitman 
PRICE, DOUG; KA; Jackson 
PRICE, JUDY; BSO; Florence 



PRICE, MAC; KA; Jackson 

RAINWATER, SANDRA; Chi O; Waynesboro 

RAY, JANICE; Mathiston 

REBOLD, NICK; KS; New Orleans, La. 



REIFF, GISELA; Drew 

RENDFREY, FREDERICK G.; LXA; Newark, N. J. 

ROBISON, SANDRA; KD; Batesville 

ROSS, GWEN; Phi Mu; Canton 



RUFF, THOMAS W.; KA; McComb 
RUTLEDGE, BOB; KS; Mayo, Fla. 
SCOTT, ALICE; BSO; Jackson 
SHAFFER, ED; Jackson 



SHAW, JUDY; Crystal Springs 
SISTRUNK, MARTHA; Columbia 
SLOCUMB, SUSAN; Jackson 
SMITH, CHARLES; KS; Murfreesboro, Tenn. 



SMITH, MARARET; KD; Jackson 
SMITH, MELVIN; Vicksburg 
SMITH, VENCE; KA; Jackson 
SMITH, WILLIE CLAIRE; Jackson 



STAMPS, DENNIS; Prentiss 

STEWART, MARILYN; Chi O; Memphis, Tenn. 
STOCKER, JENNIFER; BSO; Hattiesburg 
STRICKLIN, EVELYN; Jackson 




STUBBS, JIMMY; KS; New Orleans, La. 
TATE, BARBARA; BSO; Minter City 
TAYLOR, DOT; KD; Como 
TERRY, JOAN; Stringer 



THIGPEN, JAN; BSO; Summit 
THOMAS, SUE; Phi Mu; Ellisville 
TOWNES, DANA; McComb 
TYNER, BETTY JO; Phi Mu; Clarksdale 



UTESH, MARY HELEN; KD; Jackson 
WALKER, BROWN; LXA; Senatobia 
WARD, PATSY; KD; Jackson 
WATKINS, WILLIAM; LXA; McComb 




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WELCH, ROSALIND; Chi O; Jackson 
WELLER, MARY CORAL; Chi O; Vicksburg 
WHITE, GINGER; KD; Poplarville 
WHITTINGTON, PEGGY; Gloster 



WILKERSON, GEORGE; LXA; Pascagoula 
WILLIAMS, DON; Jackson 
WILLIAMS, JAMES; Laurel 
WILSON, LLOYD; Itta Bena 




WITT, BILL; Jackson 

YARBROUGH, LINDA; BSO; Tylcrtown 





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AKERS, JACK; PiKA; West Point 
ALDRIDGE, JOHN; Mobile, Ala. 
ALEXANDER, KATHY; Chi O; Jackson 
ALLEN, JUDY; Phi Mu; Lake Waukaway 



ANDERSON, HAMILL; PiKA; Jackson 
ANDERSON, JAMES; PiKA; Long Beach 
ANDERSON, TATIA; Chi O; Meridian 
ANDING, BLAIR; Chi O; Jackson 



BAILEY, THELMA; Chi O; Jackson 
BALLARD, BABS; Chi O; Gulfport 
BARLOW, GENE; PiKA; Kosciusko 
BARRON, BETTY; Water Valley 



BEALE, MARSHA; Phi Mu; Yazoo City 
BEASLEY, ETHEL; BSO; Jackson 
BOONE, FENTRESS; KD; Jackson 
BOUNDS, LOCK; Clarksdale 



BOYNTON, JIMMY; KS; Pikeville, Tenn. 
BROADHEAD, LARRY; KA; Mendenhall 
BROWN, GORDON; LXA; Jackson 
BUNDY, TOMMY; KS; Gulfport 



BURKE, GALE; Phi Mu; Jackson 
CASTEEL, MYRON, Columbus, Ga. 
CARMICHAEL, PATSY; Chi O; Atlanta, Ga. 
CHANCE, BETSY; Canton 



CHILDS, TOM; Jackson 

CLARK, CAROL; Jackson 

CLARK, ROBERTA; Chi O; Memphis, Tenn. 

COLEMAN, RICHARD; Meridian 



COUNTISS, EUGENE; KA; New Orleans, La. 
CROW, JIMMY; PiKA; Senatobia 
DeNOVELLIS, DICK; KA; Holcomb 
DEAR, PHILLYS; BSO; Jackson 




DODGE, BILL; PiKA; Kreole 
DOSSETT, JIMMY; Jackson 
DOVE, LUTHER; LXA; Jackson 
DOWD, ALLEN; PiKA; Stonewall 



DOWDY, WAYNE; KA; Gulfport 
DUGAN, PAT; BSO; Pass Christian 
DUNCAN, ROY; PiKA; Aberdeen 
DUVALL, MARGARET; Biloxi 



EDGAR, JO ANNE; KD; Arcadia, Calif. 
ELLIS, JOHN; Port Gibson 
ERVIN, MARY CLAIRE; BSO; Inverness 
FINCHER, MARILYN; Chi O; Lexington 



FLEMING, MARION; KD; Cleveland 
FLETCHER, WARREN; KS; Gulfport 
FOWLKES, TOMMY; KA; Wiggins 
FREENEY, EBBIE; Rolling Fork 



FREW, SONDRA; Mobile, Ala. 
GARDNER, BETSY; Hattiesburg 
GLAGOLA, BARBARA; Pensacola, Fla. 
GRAHAM, LEE; PiKA; Jackson 



GRAVES, MIKE; KA; Leland 
GRAYSON, JOHN; KS; Moselle 
GREENE, KAYE; KD; Clinton 
HAAS, JEFF; KA; Memphis, Tenn. 



HACKER, MAYNARD; LXA; Biloxi 
HALAT, PETE; KS; Biloxi 
HALL, SUSAN; Chi O; Shelby 
HALL, WILLIAM R., JR.; KS; Natchez 



HALLMAN, ALIX; Chi O; Halls, Tenn. 
HAMBRICK, JOHN; LXA; McComb 
HEARD, MAC; Jackson 
HE1DELBURG, WAYNE; PiKA; Moss Point 




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HENLEY, ANN; KD; Macon 
HESTER, RAY; PiKA; Columbus 
HIGGINBOTHAM, MIKE; Canton 
HINKEBEIN, DONNA; Jackson 



HINTON, WARREN; Brookhaven 
HOCKINGHEIMER, MILLY; KD; Batesville 
HOLLOMAN, GARLAND; KS; New Albany 
HUNDNALL, STUART; Natchez 



JABOUR, ERNEST; PiKA; Montgomery, Ala. 
JOHNSON, ALBERT S.; Jackson 
JONES, FRANK; KA; Forest 
JONES, VICKI; Chi O; Jackson 



JORDAN, LISA; Chi O; Rolling Fork 
JORDAN, MARY; Jackson 
JOURNEY, WILLIAM K.; PiKA; Greenwood 
KHAYAT, KATHY; KD; Moss Point 



KOHLER, JOHN; PiKA; Pensacola, Fla. 
KRUTZ, LYNNE; KD; Belzoni 
LASSITER, DAVID; Birmingham, Ala. 
LAWRENCE, JENNIFER; BSO; Memphis, Tenn. 



LEDBETTER, BILL; Benton 
LEHMANN, KATHY; Phi Mu; Fayette 
LEVI, JOEL; LXA; Ocean Springs 
LEWIS, BOBBY; PiKA; Tylertown 



LEWIS, ELLEN; BSO; Natchez 
LEWIS, LEE; KS; Cleveland 
LEWIS, MARY LINDA; Chi O; McComb 
LINDSEY, BILL; Gulfport 



LIPSCOMB, LARRY; Jackson 

LOMAX, FAYE; Greenwood 

LOWER Y, PEGGY; Laurel 

McCOOL, MARTHA; Phi Mu; Memphis, Tenn. 




McCOWN, CELANE; KD; Hattiesburg 
McDANIEL, DAVID; PiKA; Milwaukee, Wis. 
McDONNELL, GALE; KD; Jackson 
McDOUGALL, MARY FORD; KD; Magnolia 



McGAHEY, NAN; KD; Winona 
McLEMORE, NINA; Phi Mu; Hazelhurst 
McGLOTHLIN, ELIZABETH; Jacksonville, Fla. 
MABRY, PAUL; PiKA; Meridian 



MANGUM, SUE; Brandywine, Md. 
MARTIN, BURKETT; KA; Vicksburg 
MAYNOR, NATALIE; Chi O; Jackson 
MEDLEY, TIM; KA; Gulfport 



MIAO, DEBORAH; Weston, W. Va. 

MILLER, DON; KA; Jackson 

MILLER, PAUL; KS; Bay, St. Louis 

MOFFETT, SARAH; Chi O; Heidleburg, Germany 



MOORE, CHARLES; KA; Jackson 
MORGAN, MAURICE; KS; Gulfport 
MULLINS, MABEL; KD; Prairie Point 
MURPHY, MARY CLAY; Phi Mu; Columbia 



MYERS, PHYLLIS; Chi O; Mobile, Ala. 
NEITZEL, SARAH; Marksville, La. 
NESTER, MARY FRANCIS; Chi O; Carthage 
NEWMAN, JEFFREY; McComb 



NICHOLS, BEN; KS; Hattiesburg 
NORMAN, MARTHA; BSO; Houston 
OSTNER, MAX; PiKA; Memphis, Tenn. 
OWEN, JANEY; Chi O; Jackson 



PARKER, FRED; LXA; Jackson 
PEAK, TED; LXA; Biloxi 
PICKETT, RUTH; KD; Jackson 
PORTER, MARY TODD; Hazelhurst 




PRICE, JULIA LYNN; Phi Mu; Meridian 
RAY, MARY JANE; Chi O; Jackson 
RAYMOND, SHELIA; Phi Mu; Rayne, La. 
REES, GLORIA; BSO; Jacksonville, Fla. 



ROBERTS, DICKIE; KS; Mobile, Ala. 
RODDEN, PATSY; Phi Mu; Murfrecsboro, Tenn. 
RODGERS, ANN; Columbia 
SCALES, GARY; Portagevillc, Mo. 



SHEPHERD, PETE; PiKA; Greenwood 
SMITH, JOHNNY; PiKA; Jackson 
STALLINGS, REX; PiKA; Jackson 
STUBBLEFIELD, CRAWLEY; Jackson 



SULLIVAN, CHARLAYNE; Jackson 
THICKENS, JEAN; KD; Laurel 
THOMPSON, TOMMY; KA; Dundee 
TOON, JANICE; KD; Gulfport 



TRAXLER, EILEEN; Chi O; Crystal Springs 
TRIPLETT, FAYE; BSO; New Orleans, La. 
TWEEDY, NANCY; Jackson 
VANSKIVER, WARD; KA; Gulfport 



VASSAR, CANDYE; Phi Mu; Jackson 
VIRDEN, GAIL; Chi O; Jackson 
WARREN, RICHARD; KA; Laurel 
WEBB, BILLY; Ripley, Tenn. 



WELLS, DIANNE; Durant 
WESSINGER, JUDITH; BSO; Bolton 
WESTON, JOY; KD; Leland 
WHITFIELD, JOHNNIE; Jackson 



WHITE, BARBARA; Jackson 
WITHERSPOON, MARY ELIZABETH; Chi O; 

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YEATES, PHIL; KA; Laurel 
ZEISS, SUSAN; Kosciusko 




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ACREE, LINDA; Washington, D. C. 
ADAMS, LARRY; Summit 
AINSWORTH, SUE; Jackson 
ALDRIDGE, KATHY SUE; Wichita, Kan. 



ALFORD, SUSAN; Chi O; McComb 
ALFORD, VIRGINIA; Chi O; Columbia 
ATKINSON, RONALD; PiKA; Vicksburg 
AUSTIN, SUE; Forest 



AUSTIN, WILL; KA; Vicksburg 
BARTLE, MARY DEANE; Phi Mu; Pickneysville, III. 
BARTLETT, ROD; KS; Memphis, Tenn. 
BAUGH, JIMMY; KS; Jackson 



BLOUNT, BETSY; KD; Chevy Chase, Md. 
BOLLING, VIRGINIA; New Hebron 
BOONE, WILLIAM EDWARD; KA; Laurel 
BOSWELL, BETH; KD; Cleveland 



BOSWELL, DOT; Chi O; Jackson 
BRAMEYER, KEES; PiKA; Waveland 
BRUNTON, KAY; BSO; Vicksburg 
BURNET, JEAN; Phi Mu; Jackson 



BYRD, MARTHA; Phi Mu; Jackson 
CALHOUN, RUSSELL; Jackson 
CAMP, BILL; Anderson, S. C. 
CARLISLE, DON; PiKA; Jackson 



CARNEY, Philip; LXA; Jackson 
CARTER, DAVE; LXA; Metaire, La. 
CASE, BARBARA; Phi Mu; Fayette 
CHENEY, WINI; Chi O; Jackson 



CHURCH, TRUDY; Phi Mu; Memphis, Tenn. 
COFFIELD, SCOTT; KA; Laurel 
CONVERSE, KENNETH; KA; Jackson 
COOPER, MARCIA; BSO; Laurel 




COOPER, TOM; KS; Coldwater 
CROSWELL, BILL; KA; Jackson 
CURRIE, BILL; KS; Jackson, Tenn. 
CUTRER, CONNIE; KD; Osyka 



DAWSON, KAY; Phi Mu; Pascagoula 
DENNERY, ANNA; Chi O; Jackson 
DICKSON, MARILYN; Chi O; Columbia 
DODSON, RONNIE; Vicksburg 



DUNAVANT, MARILYN; Memphis, Tenn. 
DUNN, RICHARD; Jackson 
DUPRE, MARCY; PiKA; Washington 
DUVAL, MARY PAUL; BSO; Vicksburg 



ELLIS, NAT; Collierville, Tenn. 
EVANS, MURPHEE; PiKA; Aberdeen 
FAIRFAX, MARY; KD; Memphis, Tenn. 
FENTER, TOMMY; KA; Hazelhurst 



FERRELL, JUDY; KD; Batesville 
FINGER, LAURA; Chi O; Ripley 
FRANKLIN, ANN; Phi Mu; Kent, Conn. 
GABBERT, JIM; Senatobia 



GALLOWAY, PAT; BSO; Valparaiso, Fla. 
GARRISON, LYNN; New Orleans, La. 
GEMMELL, MIKE; KA; Guatemala City, Guatemala. 
GENTRY, JIMMY; PiKA; Jackson 



GILBERT, KENNETH, KA; Canton 
GILBERT, RONNIE; PiKA; Laurel 
GORDON, ALEX; PiKA; Morton 
GREENE, DOUG; KS; Harriman, Tenn. 



GRAVES, GLENN; PiKA; Jackson 
HARPER, JOHN; Laurel 
HARRIGILL, JUDY; Brookhaven 
HATFIELD, JUDY; KD; Gulfport 




HILL, SANDRA; KD; Gulfport 
HOLLIDAY, MARTHA; BSO; Jackson 
HOLLINGSWORTH, KAY; Phi Mu; Crystal Springs 
HONTZAS, TOMMY; PiKA; Jackson 



HOUSEHOLDER, JEAN; Phi Mu; Memphis, Term. 
HOWELL, REUBEN; Laurel 
HUGHES, ENOS: Eupora 
HUSBAND, RONNIE; Jackson 



HYMERS, KATHY; Chi O; Jackson, Tenn. 
INGEBRETSON, DAVE; PiKA; Jackson 
JERMYN, JANICE; McComb 
JOHNSON, BRETT; KS; Amory 



JOHNSON, SHELIA; Rolling Fork 
JOHNSON, JUDY; KD; Cleveland 
JORDAN, MARY INA; BSO; Purvis 
JONES, JEAN; KD; Hollandale 



JONES, RAYMOND; KS; Hollandale 
KENNEDY, EDWARD; PiKA; Taylorsville 
KUEBLER, CHARLIE; KS; Batesville 
KUKA, PETER; Miami, Fla. 



LAMMONS; GEOFF; LXA; Greenbelt, Md. 
LISENBY, GLYNNA; BSO; Winona 
LORD, ELAINE; Natchez 
LORD, GERALD; Jackson 



LOVEJOY, SUE ELLEN; Chi O; Memphis, Tenn. 
McADAMS, GAYNELL; Waynesboro 
McCLARY, TOM; Miami, Fla. 
McCORMICK, LEE; KA; Memphis, Tenn. 



McDONALD, REBECCA; Hazelhurst 
McGEHEE, KAY; KD; Magnolia 
McGOWN, FRANCIE; Phi Mu; Boiling Green Ky 
McINTOSH, PAT; Miami, Fla. 




McKAY, CHARLOTTE; Phi Mu; Meridian 
McMILLIAN, JOHN; LXA; Jackson 
McRAY, BILL; Memphis, Tenn. 
McWILLIAMS, JAMES; Holly Ridge 



MELTON, JANICE; Tupelo 
MICHAEL, PAT; Chi O; Jackson 
MIDDLETON, ANN; Indianola 
MILES, BOB; Memphis, Tenn. 



MONK, SHERRY; BSO; Jackson 
MORRISON, GEORGE; LXA; Atlanta, Ga. 
MORROW, JOHNNY; Jackson 
MOSER, KENNETH; KS; Clarksdale 



MOZINGO, CAROLYN; KD; Jackson 
MURPHY, SANDRA; Phi Mu; Colombia 
MUSE, BOBBY; Jackson 
NEAL, TERRY; Fayette 



NELSON, KIRK; KS; Starkville 
OLIVER, JO; Chi O; Grenada 
OLIVER, LEA; Ellisville 
OUSLEY, BARBARA; Gulfport 



PAINE, BECKY; KD; Greenville 
PARKER, WILLIAM H.; LXA; Heidelbunj 
PARKS, BETH; KD; Philadelphia 
PERSON, MARTIN; KS; Clarksdale 



PENNYBAKER, ANN; Phi Mu; Crawfordsville, Ark. 
PERKINS, LOUISE; Jackson 
PETEET, MARGARET; KD; Greenwood 
PETERSON, BEVERLY; Monticello 



POWER, JUDY; KD; Gulfport 
PRICE, WALDINE; BSO; Canton 
RAINS, CHARLES; LXA; Jackson 
RAYFIELD, KAY; BSO; Jackson 




REEVES, JOHNNY; KA; Jackson 
RENSHAW, DOTTIE; KD; Memphis, Tenn. 
REVELS, JULIE; BSO; Jackson 
RHODEN, TOM; KS; Columbia 



RICHERSON, MARY NEAL; Belzoni 
RILEY, MARGARET; KD; Jackson 
RODGERS, RONNIE; KS; Memphis, Tenn. 
ROHRER, JOHN; LXA; Lancaster, Penn. 



ROWZEE, JERRY; KS; Jackson 
RYLAND, SHIRLEY; Chi O; Memphis, Tenn. 
SCHMIDT, EDWARD; Madison 
SCUDDER, STEVE; PiKA; Winter Park, Fla. 



SEGREST, PHILLIP; LXA; St. Augustine, Fla. 
SHANNON, GROVER; KS; Lake Cormonant 
SHEFFIELD, JIMMY; Oliver Springs, Tenn. 
SHIRLEY, CLETA; Chi O; Jackson 



SIMMS, LYNN; KD; Jackson 
SINCLAIR, ELIZABETH; Jackson 
SINCLAIR, TOMMIE LOU; Prentiss 
STANFILL, LINDA; KD; Grenada 



STARLING, TOMMY; KA; Jackson 
STONE, BENNIE; KA; Laurel 
STRONG, JIM; LXA; Jackson 
SUTTON, MIMI; Chi O; College Park, Ga. 



SUTTON, SUSAN; Phi Mu; Vicksburg 
TARVER, JOHN WILLIAM; KS; Greenville 
TATTIS, ELLEN; Jackson 
TAYLOR, MARION; KD; Vicksburg 



TAYLOR, PAT; BSO; Starkville 
TEAGUE, WALTER; Oviedo, Fla. 
THORNTON, ELWOOD; Memphis, Tenn. 
THORNTON, TOMMY; KS; Dundee 




TRAUB, WARREN; KS; Bay St. Louis 
TRENT, LAURA; BSO; Chattanooga, Tenn. 
TUCKER, SAMMIE; PiKA; Jackson 
TURNAGE, WILLIAM C, III; PiKA; Brookhaven 



UNDERWOOD, NANCY; Chi O; Forest 
VARCOE, RICK; Jackson 
VAUGHN, BETTY JO; Forest 
WALLACE, JOHN; KA; Laurel 



WARDLAW, JANICE; Batesville 
WARREN, PAT; Chi O; Halls, Tenn. 
WARREN, PAULETTE; BSO; Jackson 
WEARE, MARY; Jackson 



WEATHERLY, SALLY; Jackson 
WEBB, ANN; Clinton 
WEEKS, LANA; Jackson 
WEEMS, DANIEL; Biloxi 



WEEMS, WANDA; Chi O; Forest 
WHITAM, KEN; Natchez 
WILLIAMS, BOBBYE FAYE; Jackson 
WILLIAMS, EDWARD; LXA; Ocala, Fla. 



WILLIAMS, JANICE; Chi O; McComb 
WILLIAMSON, ANN CATHEY; Phi Mu; Canton 
WILLS, LAURA; Phi Mu; Jackson 
WILSON, SYLVIA; KD; New Hebron 



WRIGHT, SUSAN; Phi Mu; Amory 
YOUNG, MARTHA; KD; Greenwood. 




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She votes in each one of the five-hundred elections 
in the first week. 

He sleeps through three eight o'clock's every 
week. 

They try in vain to drown out the Pep Band at 
football games. 

They survive the twelve-hour-long-registration 
line each semester. 

These things make Millsaps lively, and the stu- 
dents love it. 






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The first meeting of the Young Republicans Committee will 
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Vigoro, anyone? 



So where's the mice? 



ON ORDINARY DAYS WE 

... eat on any and all occasions. 

. . . steal trays from the cafeteria at the first sign 

of snow. 
. . . put in as many grill hours as class hours. 




Whal a way to look for contacts? 




Handouts ain't never been so good! 




But after the seventh teddy hear, the barker said 



FOR FUN WE 



. . . spend fifteen dollars trying to win a teddy 
bear at the fair. 

. . . have bridge-gossip parties on dateless week- 
ends. 

. . . meet at Mac's every night at 10:00. 




Oh, JACK! He, he, he, he. 
Aw, go ahead — finesse for it. 




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The froggy went a 'courtin' 



"And then he says to me, he says . . ." 
"And then I says to him, I says . . ." 




Mrs. Goodman! What would Amy Vanderbilt say about that? 





Work it out, baby 



Rockettes, here I come! 



'twas the night before — you'd never know it! 







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The orchestra's left — so what? 



It's about that heating system in the old Chi O house. 




ON HOLIDAYS WE 



. . . save up cuts to leave as early as possible. 
. . . have an unbroken record of attendance at all 

Christmas dances. 
. . . break open fat piggy banks to pay Christmas 

"debts." 




All right, who mixed this one! 



But Charlie, I can't wear my yellow ribbon ALL the time! 






A K.A bid?! 



ON SPECIAL DAYS WE 

. . . bathe in mud for the glory of the freshman 

class. 
. . . flash a well-practiced, "surprised" smile on 

Tap Day. 
. . . battle the effects of Dcx on exam days. 




Bum, Bum, Bum, beer keg here I come! 



tomorrow I think I'll wear my green shirt 




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This is carrying the Kennedy program just a little too far. 




But Charlie, we don't even know what's at the end of this rope! 




Hey, would you tap that boy next to you? 




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CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 1963 




You have joined a great company of men and women who call Millsaps College their Alma Mater. As 
with them your future and the future of Millsaps are inextricably linked. 

It can be hoped that the education you have received here will have made a lasting contribution to your 
life and to the well being of society and that you will recognize the importance of continuing your education 
throughout your lifetime. 

Millsaps College considers you a partner in the enterprise of Christian higher education. As a partner it 
can be hoped that you will become an informed spokesman for the College and that you will support the 
College in its efforts to bring the best in education to the young men and women of the future. 



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the 1963 BOBASHELA Staff 



OUR THANKS TO 



The Millsaps Student Body — for their never-end- 
ing support 
Mr. James Melton — for his encouragement 
Lance Goss — for listening to our woes 
Horrell Photographers — for their assistance 
Dudley Crawford — for providing pictures and 

photography assistance in times of need 
The Purple and White Staff — for being next door 
All of our Professors — for standing by in times of 
need. 



THE PARAGON PRESS 



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