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Millsaps College 1964
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Its People . .
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Its Life . . .
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THIS IS MILLSAPS
To a man who has come to be, to all who know him,
the embodiment of fair play and good sportsmanship in
every phase of college life, we the editor and staff dedicate
the 1964 BOBASHELA.
His is a familiar, and always welcome, face — at a table
in the Grill, in the classroom, and on the athletic field.
He is dedicated to and works tirelessly for "his boys;" he
is a capable and exacting instructor; he is sincerely inter-
ested in each and every student with whom he comes in
Because he possesses a genuine concern for Millsaps
College and works tirelessly for its best interests, and
because he is the cherished friend of each of us — we
honor in the 1964 BOBASHELA, DR. JAMES A.
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DR. JAMES A. MONTGOMERY
In the early hours of Friday, November 8, 1963, death
came to our friend. Dr. J. B. Price, quietly ending an
active life of service to students of Millsaps College and
to the people of Mississippi. The death of this teacher
indeed saddened our community; it kindled in us a desire
to pay tribute somehow to what he was and to what he
did. We wanted to say something, but we found that our
words and thoughts could not do justice to our knowledge
of Dr. Price. It may well be that the proper tribute is not
something that can be spoken, or written and published.
Little that we could say or write would add to the tribute
evident in another realm. With these thoughts then, we
point to another realm, where tribute is far more mean-
ingful and dynamic than mere words.
The tribute befitting J. B. Price is the noble quality of
the attitudes, opinions, and outlooks of the people he
influenced. The students with whom he had close contact
remember well his quiet, but encouraging and challenging,
manner. Many of these same students cannot forget that
it was Dr. Price who guided them towards a career in
medicine. There are today hundreds of medical doctors
scattered throughout the South that were advised and
personally encouraged while at Millsaps by Dr. Price. And
it is particularly in the lives of these physicians that we
view the very real tribute to J. B. Price. These physicians
are serving their constituency with the same unselfish
dedication with which Dr. Price served them — his stu-
dents — when they were at Millsaps. Dr. Price was a
scientist with a keen awareness of the needs of other peo-
ple, and today we can look to most towns in Mississippi
and find physicians who follow this tradition of meeting
the needs of other people through the skilled application
of science. It is then these men and their dynamic service
that compose in a large part the living tribute to this man.
Millsaps students, both past and present, will long
remember and reflect many of the character traits of Dr.
Price. In his own way he helped pass on to us a desire to
search for and propagate truth. He gave many of us a
living definition of "hard-working" loyalty and definite-
ness of purpose.
The tribute that is worthy of Dr. Price, we suggest, is
far more than words, but it is an active force working for
human betterment in our world.
DR. J. B. PRICE
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The sincere smile which greets his personal friends as
well as visitors to the college, the ability to call each
Millsaps student by name, the dignified manner of an
administrator who has greatly aided in creating the
Millsaps image of high scholastic ideals — these are three
characteristics of Dr. Homer Ellis Finger, President of
Dr. Finger accepted his present position in 1952. He
received his B.A. degree from Millsaps. After earning his
B.D. from Yale, Dr. Finger did advanced work at Union
Theological Seminary and later was awarded an honorary
Doctor of Divinity from Centenary.
To the administrators of the college is given the re-
sponsibility of maintaining the highest possible standards.
The administrative offices in Murrah and the Student
Personnel office in the Union are always open to the needs
of the student. It is here that the endless details are proc-
essed, the problems of academic life are discussed and
the programs of development are carried out.
Librarian, Mrs. Kay Cooley
Dean of Women, Mrs. Glenn Pate
Dean of Students, Mr. John Christmas
Director of Development, Mr. Brindley; Registrar, Mr. Paul Hardin; Director of Public Re-
lations, Mr. James Livesay; Business Manager, Mr. Pete Wood.
DIVISION OF HUMANITIES
Chairman: Dr. James Wroten
MRS. MAGNOLIA COULLET; Associate Professor of
Latin and German; A.B., Millsaps College; A.M., Uni-
versity of Pennsylvania; B.M., Belhaven College; Gradu-
ate Work, American Academy in Rome, University of
Chicago; M.A., University of Mississippi; Advanced Grad-
uate Study, Goethe Institute.
JOHN L. GUEST; Associate Professor of German; A.B.,
University of Texas; A.M., Columbia University; Ad-
vanced Graduate Work, New York University; Otten-
dorfer Fellowship in Germanic Phil., Bonn University;
Fulbright Scholar, University of Vienna.
WILLIAM D. HORAN; Assistant Professor of Romance
Languages; B.A., Tulane University; M.A., Louisiana
State University; Ph.D., Louisiana State University.
WILLIAM F. LOWE, JR.; Assistant Professor of Ger-
man; B.A., University of North Carolina; Post-Graduate
Work, University of North Carolina.
BILLY MARSHALL BUFKIN; Assistant Professor of
Romance Languages; Chairman; A.B., M.A., Texas Tech-
nological College; Advanced Graduate Work, Tulane Uni-
versity and University of Madrid.
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.
WILLIAM HARRELL BASKIN, III; Associate Profes-
sor of Romance Languages; Chairman of Romance Lan-
guages; A.B., A.M., University of North Carolina; Ad-
vanced Graduate Work, University of North Carolina,
Universite de Poitiers, University de Paris (la Sorbonne),
Duke University, Alliance Francaise, Paris.
ELIZABETH CRAIG; Associate Professor of French;
A.B., Barnard College, Columbia University; A.M., Co-
lumbia University; Diplome de la Sorbonne, Ecole de
preparation des professeurs de francais a etranger, Faculte
des letters. University de Paris; Advanced Graduate Work,
Columbia University; Palmes Academiques.
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MRS. MARGUERIT WATKINS GOODMAN; Associate
Professor of English; A.B., Agnes Scott College; M.A.,
GEORGE W. BOYD; Professor of English; Chairman of
English Department; A.B., Murray State College; A.M.,
University of Kentucky; Ph.D., Columbia University.
MILDRED LILLIAN MOREHEAD; Associate Professor
of English; B.A., Mississippi State College for Women;
M.A., Duke University; Graduate Work, University of
Colorado, University of Wisconsin, Columbia University.
PAUL D. HARDIN; Registrar and Director of Admis-
sions; Associate Professor of English; A.B., Millsaps Col-
lege; A.M., Duke University; Advanced Graduate Work,
University of Southern California.
HERBERT R. BLACKWELL; Assistant Professor
of English; B.A., M.A., University of Richmond,
Advanced Graduate Work, Duke University, Uni-
versity of Virginia.
MRS. W. H. BLACKWELL; Instructor of English;
B.A., Mississippi College; Advanced Graduate
Work, Mississippi College.
ROBERT HERBERT PADGETT; Assistant Professor
of English; B.A., Texas Christian University; M.A., Van-
derbilt University; Advanced Graduate Work, Universite
de Clermont-Ferrand in France.
Then after we left the D.B. . . .
Love that Faculty Waiter Night!
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JAMES D. WROTEN; Professor of Religion Depart-
ment; 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., Ph.D.,
JACK L. WOODWARD; Director of Religious Life;
B.A., Millsaps College; B.D., Southern Methodist Uni-
ROBERT E. BERGMARK; Professor of Philosophy;
Chairman of the Department of Philosophy; A.B., Emory
University; S.T.B., Ph.D., Boston University.
KERMIT SCOTT; Assistant Professor of Philosophy;
B.A., Millsaps College. Ph.D., Columbia University.
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C. LELAND BYLER; Associate Professor of Music;
Chairman of Music Department; A.B., Goshen College;
M.M., Northwestern University; Advanced Graduate
Work, University of Michigan, University of Colorado.
RICHARD ALDERSON; A.B., Millsaps College; Grad-
uate Work, Southern Methodist University; Candidate
MME, East Texas State College.
MRS. LOUISE ESCUE BYLER; Instructor of Music;
B.M., Belhaven College; M.M. Ed., Louisiana State Uni-
versity; Advanced Graduate Work, Northwestern, Uni-
versity of Colorado.
DONALD KILMER; Instructor in Music; R.B., M.M.,
Indiana University; Advanced Graduate Work, Union
Theological Seminary, University of Kansas, University
JOSEPH T. RAWLINS; Instructor of Music; Associate
of Arts, University of Florida; Bachelor and Master of
Music, Louisiana State University.
KARL WOLFE; Instructor of Art; B.F.A., Chicago Art
Institute; William M.R. French Fellowship; Study abroad
for one year; Study and Teaching, Pennsylvania School of
Art Summer School.
LANCE GOSS; Associate Professor of Speech; Chairman
of Speech Department; Director of the Millsaps Players;
B.A., Millsaps College; M.A., Advanced Graduate Work,
Northwestern University; Special Study, Manhattan Thea-
tre Colony; Cinema Workshop, University of Southern
California; Summer Theatre, Ogunquit Playhouse, The
EDWARD M. COLLINS, JR.; Assistant Professor of
Speech; A.B., Millsaps College; B.D., Emory University;
A.M., State University of Iowa.
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DIVISION OF NATURAL
Chairman - Samuel R. Knox
RONDAL EDWARD BELL; Assistant Professor of Bi-
ology; A.B., William Jewel College; M.S., University of
ROBERT PORTER WARD; Professor of Biology; Chair-
man of Biology Department; B.S., M.A., George Peabody
College for Teachers; Ph.D., Mississippi State University.
DARRELL STARR ENGLISH; Instructor of Biology;
B.A., Southwestern College in Kansas; M.A., Louisiana
State University; Advanced Graduate Work, Purdue Uni-
JAMES PRESTON McKEOWN; Instructor of Biology;
A.B., University of the South; A.M., University of Mis-
CHARLES EUGENE CAIN; Professor of Chemistry;
Chairman of Chemistry Department; B.S., University of
North Carolina; M.A., Ph.D.. Duke University.
ROY ALFRED BERRY; Assistant Professor of Chem-
istry; B.S., Mississippi College; Ph.D., University of North
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RICHARD R. PRIDDY; Professor of Geology; Chair-
man of Geology Department; B.S. in Education, Ohio
Northern University; M.A., Ph.D., Ohio State University.
WENDELL B. JOHNSON; Assistant Professor of Geol-
ogy; B.S., M.S., Kansas State College; Graduate Work,
Missouri School of Mines and University of Missouri.
CHARLES B. GALLOWAY; Associate Professor of
Physics; Chairman of Physics and Astronomy Department;
B.S., Millsaps College; M.A., Advanced Graduate Study,
WILLIAM HENDEE; Assistant Professor of Physics;
B.S., Millsaps College; Ph.D., University of Texas.
SAMUEL R. KNOX; Associate Professor of Mathematics;
B.A., M.A., University of Mississippi; Ph.D. in Statistics,
Virginia Polytechnic Institute; Graduate Work, University
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, Pea-
body College, Columbia University.
HERMAN L. McKENZIE; Instructor of Mathe-
matics; B.S., Millsaps College; M.ED., Master of
Combined Sciences, University of Mississippi; Ad-
vanced Graduate Work, University of Miss.
ARNOLD ARTHUR RICHIE; Associate Professor
of Mathematics; B.S., Northwestern State College of
Okla.; M.S., Oklahoma State; Advanced Graduate
Study, Oklahoma State, University of Tenn.
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DIVISION OF SOCIAL
Chairman: Russell Levenway
ROSS HENDERSON MOORE; Professor of History;
Chairman of the Department of History; B.S., M.S., Mill-
saps 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; Professor of
History; B.A., University of Mississippi; M.A., Ph.D.,
University of Virginia.
MRS. MADELINE McMULLAN; Instructor in History;
B.A., Trinity College; M.A., Johns Hopkins.
WILLIAM C. HARRIS; Assistant Professor of History;
B.A., University of Alabama; Advanced Graduate Work,
University of Alabama.
GORDON G. HENDERSON; Associate Professor of
Political Science; Chairman of the Department of Political
Science; A.B,, M.A., Ph.D., Columbia University.
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JAMES A. MONTGOMERY; Director of Physical Edu-
cation; Basketball Coach; Associate Professor of Physical
Education; A.B., Birmingham-Southern College; A.M.,
George Peabody College for Teachers; EdD., George Pea-
body College for Teachers.
JACK L. FROST; Coach of Athletic Department; B.S.,
Mississippi State University.
MARY ANN EDGE; Director of Physical Education for
Women; Assistant Professor of Physical Education; B.S.,
M.S., University of Mississippi.
RAY THORNTON; Head Football Coach; Associate Pro-
fessor of Physical Education; A.B., University of Missis-
sippi; Graduate Work, University of Mississippi.
R. EDGAR MOORE; Professor of Education;
Chairman of Department of Education; A.B., Bir-
mingham-Southern College; M.A., University of
Alabama; Ed.D., George Peabody College.
MRS. MYRTIS FLOWERS MEADOWS; Associate
Professor of Education; B.S., Millsaps College; M.E.,
MRS FREDERICK A ELI A; Instructor of Educa-
tion; B.S.E., University of Arkansas; M.S.E., Ar-
kansas State Teachers College.
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ECONOMICS AND BUSINESS
HUEY LATHAM; Professor of Economics and Business
Administration; Chairman of Economics Department;
B.A., Louisiana College; Louisiana State University; Ad-
vanced Graduate Work, Louisiana State University.
MRS. NANCY BROGAN HOLLOW AY; Instructor of
Economics and Business Administration; B.A., Mississippi
State College for Women.
SAMUEL JOHN NICHOLAS, JR.; Assistant Professor
of Economics; BBA, University of Mississippi; MBA,
University of Mississippi; Advanced Graduate Work,
Jackson Law School.
PSYCHOLOGY AND SOCIOLOGY
RUSSELL WILFORD LEVANWAY; Professor of Psy-
chology; Chairman of Psychology Department; A.B.,
University of Miami; M.S., Ph.D., Syracuse University.
WILLIAM A. BOLICK; Instructor of Psychology; B.A.,
M.A., University of Mississippi.
LEONARD JORDAN; Instructor of Sociology; B.A.,
Millsaps College; M.A., Louisiana State University.
CLIFTON D. BRYANT; Assistant Professor and Acting
Chairman of Sociology; B.A., University of Mississippi;
M.A., University of Mississippi; Advanced Graduate
Work at University of North Carolina and Louisiana State
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I swear I didn't cut chapel!
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Turn right at the North Star.
Freud said that?
Just Christmas shopping early!
You really ought to transfer.
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PRESIDENT, Larry Ludke
SECRETARY-TREASURER, Gwen Ross
VICE-PRESIDENT, Dudley Crawford
The Senior officers take charge of a Senior class
ABNEY, FRANCIS GLENN; Bay Springs; Political
Science; Eta Sigma; International Relations Club, Vice-
President; Pi Kappa Delta; Debate Team; P&W; Washing-
ton Semester; Youth Congress; Dean's List; Political
Science Honors Program.
AINSWORTH, WILBURN EUGENE, JR.; Florence;
Economics; Social Science Forum; International Relations
Club; President's List; "M" Club; Basketball; Kappa
ALFORD, PRENTISS KEITH; Arlington, Va.; Mathe-
matics and Philosophy; Alpha Psi Omega; Players, Most
Valuable Freshman; Christian Council; C and E Commit-
tee; Lambda Chi Alpha.
ANDING, KATHERINE BLAIR; Jackson; Elementary
Education; Transfer from MSCW; Westminster; BOBA-
SHELA; YWCA; Players; Chi Omega.
ATWOOD, MARY MARGARET; Laurel; Mathematics;
Majorette Club, President; Dean's List; Orientation Coun-
selor; BOBASHELA, Honoraries Editor; Madrigal Sing-
ers; YWCA; Student Senate; Panhellenic Council; Wom-
en's Council; Dorm President; Lambda Chi Alpha Cres-
cent Queen; Phi Mu, Pledge Trainer, Vice President.
BACOT, MARIE; Bolton; Elementary Education; Kappa
Delta Epsilon; Majorette Club; President's List; Educa-
tion Assistant; Concert Choir; Wesley; YWCA; Chi
BALLEW, JAMES EDGAR, JR.; McComb; Biology;
National Science Foundation Grant Participant; Intra-
murals; Kappa Alpha, House Manager.
BARKSDALE, WILLIAM ALFORD; Jackson; Eco-
nomics; Who's Who; "M" Club, Vice-President; Circle
K; Student Senate; Concert Choir; Football; Kappa Alpha,
BARRET, MARY KATHERINE; Memphis, Tenn.; Re-
ligion; Who's Who; Sigma Lambda, President; Panhellenic
Council; P&W, News Editor, Editor; Religion Assistant;
Orientation Counselor; MCPA, Secretary; Favorite; Chi
Omega, Rush Chairman, Personnel Chairman.
BARRETT, PAT MONTGOMERY, JR.; Lexington;
Psychology; Football; Track; BOBASHELA; Kappa Sig-
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BARRY, SUSAN PADGITT; Jackson; Mathematics; Eta
Sigma, President; Majorette Club; Dean's List; President's
List; Orientation Counselor; Kappa Alpha Rose; Chi
BE ALE, MAJORIE LETTIA; Yazoo City; Elementary
Education; Who's Who; Sigma Lambda; Kappa Delta
Epsilon; Dean's List; President's List; Majorette Club;
Fresh. Class Sec; Soph. Class Sec; Student Senate; Stu-
dent Body Treas.; Concert Choir; Panhellenic Council;
National Methodist Scholarship; Homecoming Court;
Favorite; Phi Mu, Model Pledge, Outstanding Fresh, and
Soph., Rush Chairman.
BEAM, JERRY BOSTICK; Tremont; Religion; Wesley;
Christian Council; Ministerial League, President.
BEARD, GABERIELLE BARNES; Jackson; Religion;
Transfer from Centenary College; Writer's Club; P & W,
Columnist; Kappa Delta, House Chairman.
BELL, DONNA RAE; Liberty; Biology; Chapel Choir;
Beta Sigma Omicron.
BLADES, HOLLAND CORNELIUS, JR.; Moss Point;
Economics; Orientation Committee; Student Senate; Eco-
nomics Assistant; Inter-Fraternity Council; Players; Pi
Kappa Alpha, Secretary, Vice-President.
BOWLING, ROBERT CLARK; Hattiesburg; Religion;
Transfer from Miss. Southern; Ministerial League; Wesley;
Christian Council; Cheerleader; Chapel Choir; Concert
Choir; Dorm Manager; Orientation Committee Chairman;
BRELAND, CELIA CAROLYN; Crystal Springs; Ele-
mentary Education; P & W; Wesley; Chi Omega, House
CALHOUN, DONNA KAY; Jackson; Elementary Educa-
tion; Players; Debating Team.
CARTER, SANDRA JOYCE; Meridian; French and
Elementary Education; Pi Delta Phi; Kappa Delta Epsilon;
Dorm Assistant; Women's Council; Wesley; Chapel Choir;
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CHANEY, GEORGE NETTERVILLE, JR.; Vicksburg;
Political Science; Transfer from Mississippi State Univer-
CLARK, SAMMY HUGH; Jackson; History; Baseball
Mgr., Statistician; Intramurals; Sports Publicist; Kappa
CLAYTON, RICHARD DANTZLER; McComb; Ger-
man; Deutscher Verein; Dean's List; Inter-Fraternity
Council; SEB Finance Committee; Orientation Steering
Committee; Language Lab Assistant; Lambda Chi Alpha,
President, Pledge Trainer.
CLEMENTS, BETTY JOEST; Jackson; Mathematics;
Majorette Club; Dean's List; Women's Council; Canter-
bury Club; Math Assistant; Chapel Choir; Beta Sigma
COLE, SAMUEL GRIFFIN, III; Prairie Point; History;
Who's Who; ODK; International Relations Club; Social
Science Forum; P&W, Intramural Writer, Editor, Busi-
ness Mgr.; "Major Facts" Editor; Miss. Collegiate Press
Association', Vice-Pres.; Miss. MSM, Chairman, MYF-
MSM Relations Commission; SUSGA Delegate; Library
Assistant; Kappa Alpha, Corr. Secretary, Parliamentarian.
CONVERSE, PHILIP RAY; Jackson; Sociology; "M"
Club; Basketball, Most Inspirational Player; Track; St.
Thomas Aquinas Club; Kappa Alpha, Rush Chairman.
COOLEY, THOMAS LEONARD; Shannon; Mathe-
matics; "M" Club; Transfer from Itawamba Junior Col-
lege; Wesley, Projects Co-Chairman; Baseball; Intra-
CRANFORD, STEPHEN VANCE; Mena, Ark.; Religion;
Who's Who; ODK; Schiller Gesellschaft; DSF, Pres.;
Christian Council, Vice-Pres.; Orientation Co-Chairman;
Ministerial League; Dean's List; President's List; Favorite.
CRAWFORD, WILLIAM DUDLEY; Canton; Religion;
Who's Who; "M" Club; Track; P&W, Photographer, Asst.
Editor; Ministerial League; Westminster, Pres.; Senior
Class Vice-Pres.; Dorm Mgr.; Chapel Choir; Christian
Council; Kappa Alpha, Rec. Sec.
CUMBERLAND, NORMA RUTH; Preston; Elementary
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DeMOSS, SUZANNE; Jackson; Religion; Transfer from
Texas Christian University; Disciple Student Fellowship,
Vice-President; Chapel Choir; Concert Choir; Orientation
Counselor; Kappa Delta.
DICKERSON, DIANE; Johnston Station; Religion;
Wesley Women's Student Government Association.
DODSON, GERAN FLOYD; Gulfport; Religion; Madri-
gal Singers; President; Disciple Student Fellowship, Presi-
dent; P&W; Ministerial League, Vice-President; Christian
ECTON, HENRY GLENMORE, II; Hopkinsville, Ky.;
History; Student Senate; Student Union Committee;
Orientation Counselor; Madrigal Singers; International
EDWARDS, EDNA JANICE; Yazoo City; Biology;
Theta Nu Sigma; Dean's List.
EDWARDS, JUDITH CLARK; Yazoo City, Biology;
Theta Nu Sigma; Dean's List.
ElKERT, KENNETH MAYO; Vicksburg; Psychology;
Student Senate; Track Team; "M" Club; Deutscher Verein;
FINCHER, MARILYN; Lexington; Elementary Educa-
tion; Kappa Delta Epsilon; Dean's List; History Assistant;
Wesley; P&W Staff; YWCA; Chi Omega.
FLEMING, MARY DELL; Shreveport, La.; History;
Who's Who; Sigma Lambda; Eta Sigma, Vice-President;
International Relations Club, President; Social Science
Forum; Majorette Club; President's List; History Assistant;
Washington Semester; Chi Omega, Treasurer.
FLETCHER, TAZE RUSSELL, JR.; Kreole; Religion;
Ministerial League; Players; Band.
FOWLER, LYNDA JEAN; Jackson; Elementary Educa-
tion; Kappa Delta Epsilon, President; Dean's List; Educa-
tion Assistant; Wesley; YWCA; Clii Omega, Rush Chair-
FREEMAN, JOHN PRESTRIDGE, JR.; Jackson; Eng-
lish; Kit Kat, President; Writers' Club, Chairman;
STYLUS, Associate Editor, Manuscript Editor; Band;
Chapel Choir; Pi Kappa Alpha.
FULTON, TRAVIS ROLAND; Philadelphia; Religion.
GERDES, RACHEL; Leland; Elementary Education;
Women's Council; Chapel Choir; Homecoming Court;
Kappa Delta, House Chairman, Composite Chairman.
GOODWIN, FORREST; Tylertown; Chemistry; Basket-
ball; Intramurals; Kappa Alpha.
GUESS, JOHN CHESTER, JR.; Brookhaven; Philosophy;
Schiller Gesellschaft; Kit Kat; Theta Nu Sigma, Reporter;
Deans List; STYLUS, Associate Editor; Philosophy As-
sistant; "Major Facts," Photographer.
HAGWOOD, BETTY TYNER; Clarksdale; Elementary
Education; YWCA; Phi Mu, Corresponding Secretary.
HALEY, LOUISE KIMBROUGH; Clarksdale; Elemen-
tary Education; Players, Properties Committee; P&W, Cir-
culation; YWCA; Baptist Student Union; Intramurals; Phi
Mu, Guard, Social Chairman, Standards Chairman.
HANSEN, THOMAS HOWARD; Kimball, South Dakota;
HARMON, MARY PARKER; Jackson; English; Who's
Who; Sigma Lambda; Majorette Club; Honors Program;
English Assistant; BOBASHELA; Concert Choir; Pan-
hellenic Council, Secretary, Treasurer; Chi Omega, Per-
sonnel Chairman, Pledge Trainer.
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HARRIS, BRENDA KAYE; Forest; Elementary Educa-
tion; Eta Sigma Phi; Education Assistant; Concert Choir;
P&W; Kappa Delta, Education Chairman.
HARVEY, ANN ELESE; Yazoo City; Elementary Edu-
cation; Kappa Delta Epsilon, Social Chairman; Majorette
Club; Women's Council; Student Senate; Dean's List;
Orientation Counselor; P&W; Youth Congress; Chi Omega,
Rush Chairman, Social Chairman.
HATTEN, LEWIS EDWIN; Wiggins; Biology; Alpha
Epsilon Delta; "M" Club; Football.
HOLLOMAN, GARLAND HAMILTON, JR.; New Al-
bany; Biology; AED; Dean's List; Intramurals; Kappa
HULL, BURNETT NORTON, JR.; Atlanta, Ga.; Psy-
chology; "M" Club; Social Science Forum; Dean's List;
P&W, Sports Editor; Baseball; Intramurals; Kappa Alpha,
IRBY, SARAH REYNOLDS; Greenville; English; Who's
Who; Sigma Lambda; Honors Program; Dean's List
Players; Chapel Choir; Wesley; P&W, Feature Editor
BOBASHELA, Literary Staff; Orientation Counselor
English Assistant; Chi Omega.
IVY, MARY DOUGLAS; Jackson; Elementary Educa-
tion; Kappa Delta Epsilon, Secretary; Eta Sigma Phi,
Secretary; Registrar's Assistant; Art Club; Christian Coun-
cil; Band; Players.
JAMES, GLENN JOSEPH; Macon, Ga.; English; Alpha
Psi Omega; Library Assistant; Chapel Choir; Madrigal
Singers; Orientation Counselor; Student Senate, Parking
Committee; Players, Sound Chairman; Pi Kappa Alpha.
JOHNSON, MEIGHAN GEORGE; Ocean Springs; Soci-
ology; Social Science Forum; Athletic Assistant; Intra-
JONES, WARREN CANDLER, JR.; Forest; Chemistry;
Who's Who; ODK, President; Theta Nu Sigma; Kit Kat;
Alpha Epsilon Delta; SEB, Vice-Pres., Pres.; Dean's List;
Concert Choir; Basketball; Favorite; Kappa Alpha.
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JORDAN, MARY CATHERINE; Jackson; History; Eta
Sigma Phi, Treasurer; Eta Sigma; Social Science Forum,
Vice-President; Baptist Student Union; Dean's List; IRC,
JORDAN, ROBERT EDMUND, JR.; Jackson; History;
Social Science Forum; IRC; Madrigal Singers; Orienta-
tion Counselor; Lambda Chi Alpha, House Manager.
KEMP, JAMES WILLIAM, JR.; DeQuincy, La.; Eng-
lish; Alpha Psi Omega; Kit Kat; P&W, Amusements Edi-
tor; STYLUS, Editor, Publications Committee; Dean's
List; English Assistant; Players; Writers' Club, Chairman;
Language Lab Assistant.
KERBY, DONNA JANE; Jackson; Elementary Educa-
tion; Kappa Delta EpsUon; Dean's List; Orientation Coun-
selor; Christian Council, Secretary; Disciples Student Fel-
lowship, President, Secretary.
KESTER, GARY LEROY; Ava; Spanish, Eta Sigma Phi,
President; Dean's List; Spanish Club; Players; Library As-
KOONCE; THELMA ANNA; Laurel; French; Pi Delta
Phi, Secretary-Treasurer; Dean's List; Language Lab As-
sistant; Beta Sigma Omicron.
LAIRD. DONALD HENTON; Little Rock; Biology;
Baptist Student Union, President; Chapel Choir; Players;
LAMAR, QUINTON CURTIS; McComb; History; Inter-
national Relations Club; Dean's List; President's List;
Orientation Counselor; Lambda Chi Alpha, House Man-
LAMB, BARBARA SUSANNE; Paducah, Ky.; English;
Eta Sigma, Reporter; Kappa Delta Epsilon; Honors Pro-
gram; Dean's List; President's List; BOBASHELA, Liter-
ary Editor, Honoraries Editor; Orientation Counselor; Chi
Omega, Activities Chairman.
LEFEVE, BARBARA ANN; Vicksburg; Elementary
Education; Women's Council; Chapel Choir; Players;
Wesley; Orientation Counselor; Intramurals; Chi Omega,
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LEHMANN, KATHRYN LUM; Fayette; Biology; Dean's
List; Wesley; Phi Mu, Social Chairman, Assistant Treas-
LEWIS, JOHN SOUTH, JR.; Woodville; Mathematics;
Theta Nu Sigma; Dean's List; Chapel Choir; iVIathematics
Assistant; Kappa Alpha, Treasurer.
LUDKE, JAMES LARRY; Vicksburg; Biology; Who's
Who; Football; Track; Sophomore Class Vice-President;
Junior and Senior Class President; Master Major; Kappa
Alpha, Historian, Sergeant-at-Arms.
McMURCHY, WERDNA SUE; Fayette; Elementary
Education; Majorette Club; Women's Council; Dean's
List; Wesley; Chapel Choir; P&W, Circulation Staff; Pan-
hellenic Council, Secretary; Phi Mu, House Chairman,
MAJORS, FRIEDA AMANDA; Jackson; Elementary
Education; Alpha Psi Omega; Players, Stage Mgr.; Jack-
son Little Theater Award for Scenery; Baptist Student
Union, Vice-Pres.; Christian Council.
MALONE. SAMMIE DEAN; Belzoni; Biology; Eta
Sigma Phi; Dean's List; YWCA, Treasurer; Chi Omega.
MARBLE, SANDRA CLAY; Jackson; Biology; Trans-
ferred from Hinds Junior College.
MATTHEWS, CLYDE HAROLD; Jackson; Economics.
MAYFIELD, LINDA ELIZABETH; Jackson; Elemen-
tary Education; Pi Kappa Delta; Majorette Club; Pan-
hellenic Council, Vice-Pres.; Women's Council; Youth
Congress; Dean's List; Orientation Counselor; Concert
Choir; Wesley; P&W; BOBASHELA; Phi Mu, Secretary.
MICHAEL, JUDITH KAREN; Yazoo City; Psychology;
Social Science Forum; Dean's List; Orientation Counselor;
Women's Council; Beta Sigma Omicron, Social Chairman,
Pledge Trainer, Warden.
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MILLER, HAROLD WAYNE; Washington; Chemistry
and Physics; National Methodist Scholarship; National
Science Foundation Summer Research Program; Physics
Assistant; Student Section of the American Institute of
MILLER, JACQUELYN ELOISE; Jackson; Elementary
Education; Concert Choir; Orientation Counselor; Phi Mu,
MOFFAT, HELEN CABELL; Jackson; Elementary Edu-
cation; Concert Choir; Chi Omega.
MONTGOMERY, SAMUEL ARTHUR; Jackson; Ac-
counting; Transfer from Tulane; Young Republican Club.
MOORE, NORMA GRACE; Aberdeen; Spanish; Dean's
List; Spanish Club, Secretary; Canterbury; Phi Mu, His-
torian, Corresponding Secretary.
MURFEE, SUZANNE; Amory; Biology; Intramurals;
NELSON, THERESA GRIFFIN; Terry; Elementary Edu-
cation; Transferred from Duke University; Chapel Choir.
NEWSOME, RICHARD LEIGH; Jackson; Mathematics;
Transferred from Mississippi State; Mathematics Assistant;
Physics and Astronomy Lab Assistant; Orientation Coun-
selor; Student Section of American Institute of Physics,
Vice-Pres., Treas.; Kappa Sigma, Grand Master of Cere-
monies, Assistant Rush Chairman, Pledge Trainer.
NORMAN, MARTHA CAROLE; Houston; Biology;
Wesley; Student Senate; P&W; Orientation Counselor;
Biology Lab Assistant; Beta Sigma Omicron, Warden,
NORTON, BENNIE SUE; Brookhaven; Elementary Edu-
cation; Dean's List; Wesley.
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ORR, WILLIAM WALTON; Grenada; Chemistry; Play-
ers; Library Assistant; Cliemistry Assistant.
OTT, COBERN ERWIN; Osyka; Physics; Intramural
Council, Secretary; "M" Club; Basketball; Baseball; Foot-
ball Manager; Kappa Alpha, Intramural Director.
OWEN, DAVIS LEE; Franklin, La.; Mathematics; Theta
Nu Sigma; Dean's List; NSF Research Project; Mathe-
matics Assistant; Student Senate.
PAGE, PAULA VIVIAN; Grenada; Music: Who's Who;
Sigma Lambda, Secretary-Treasurer; Kappa Delta Epsilon;
Orientation Co-Chairman; Junior Class Sec; Concert
Choir, Soloist; Canterbury Club, Pres.; Women's Council;
American Guild of Organists; President's List; Favorite;
Miss Millsaps; Chi Omega, Pledge Trainer, Vice-President.
PARKER, PHYLLIS ANN GROSSKOPF; Jackson; Ele-
mentary Education; Dean's List; Intramurals; YWCA;
Beta Sigma Omicron.
PERKINS. LINDA RUTH; Jackson; Economics; Wesley;
Players; Band, Drill Team; YWCA.
PHILLIPS. BARBARA ANN; Collinsville; Religion;
Concert Choir; Wesley; Women's Christian Workers; Stu-
POOLE, JULIA EILEEN; Gulf port; History; Social
Science Forum; Transferred from Centenary College;
Dean's List; Westminster; Players, Chairman Properties
Committee; P&W, Circulation; Phi Mu. Ritualistic Chair-
man, Rush Party Chairman, Chaplain.
PRATT, JOHN RICHARD; Wilson, Ark.; Chemistry;
Transferred from Hendrix College; Chapel Choir; Wesley;
PREVOST, DELORES ADELL; Boyle; Psychology;
Women's Council; Wesley; Chapel Choir; Madrigal Sing-
ers; Kappa Delta, Social Service Chairman.
PRICE, DOUGLAS BAILEY; Jackson; Mathematics;
Who's Who; Dean's List; Concert Choir, Section Leader;
Orientation Counselor; BOBASHELA, photographer;
Kappa Alpha, Rush Chairman.
PRICE, JOSEPH McCAIN; Jackson; Mathematics;
Mathematics Assistant; Orientation Counselor; Concert
Choir; Kappa Alpha, Social Chairman.
PRICE, JUDITH LEE; Florence; Religion; Dean's List;
Women's Council; Wesley.
RAINWATER, SANDRA JO; Waynesboro; English;
Kappa Delta Epsilon; English Assistant; Beauty Review;
President's List; Student Senate; Orientation Committee;
Kappa Alpha Rose; Chi Omega, Secretary.
RAY, JANICE CATHERINE; Mathiston; Spanish;
Dean's List; Players; Spanish Club; Women's Council;
Baptist Student Union; Chapel Choir; Band.
RAY, MARY LOU FOUKE; Jackson; Elementary Edu-
cation; Kappa Delta Epsilon; Eta Sigma; Transfer from
Mississippi Southern; Dean's List; Delta Delta Delta.
REBOLD, NICHOLAS CHARLES; New Orleans, La.;
History; Intramural Council; Football; Basketball, Mgr. ;
Baseball, Mgr.; Kappa Sigma, Guard.
RENDFREY, FREDERICK GILLETTE; Newark, N. J.;
Biology; "M" Club; Basketball; International Relations
REYNOLDS, DAVID LEE; luka; Psychology; Madrigal
Singers; Tennis Team; Players.
ROBERTS, ONIS EUGENE JACK, JR.; Jackson; Span-
ish; Eta Sigma; Players; Spanish Club; Language Lab
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ROBISON, SANDRA JOE; Batesville; Elementary Edu-
cation; Kappa Delta Epsilon; Dean's List; Orientation
Counselor; Chapel Choir; Kappa Delta, Treasurer, His-
ROSS, GWENDOLYN; Canton; Mathematics; Who's
Who; Sigma Lambda, Vice-Pres.; Theta Nu Sigma,
Secretary-Treasurer; Majorette Club, Vice-Pres.; Dean's
List; Sophomore and Senior Class Secretary; Cheerleader;
Elections Committee; P&W; Chapel Choir; Panhellenic
Council; Student Senate; Phi Mu, Asst. Treasurer, Treas-
RUTLEDGE, ROBERT H.; Mayo, Florida; Biology;
Football, Captain; Baseball; Kappa Sigma, Guard.
SCOTT, ALICE BRUNSON; Jackson; Biology; Kappa
Delta Epsilon, Vice-Pres.; Theta Nu Sigma, Secretary-
Treasurer; Biology Assistant; NSF Undergraduate Re-
search Program; Beta Sigma Omicron, Rush Chairman.
SEABROOK, ROSALIND ANN WELCH; Jackson; Ele-
mentary Education; Transfer from David Lipscomb;
BOBASHELA, Activities Editor; Players; Beauty Review;
SHAW, JUDY REBECCA; Crystal Springs; English;
Deutscher Verein; Dean's List; YWCA, Secretary, Treas-
urer, Vice-Pres.; P&W; Players; Wesley; Band.
SISTRUNK, MARTHA ANN; Columbia; History;
Deutscher Verein; International Relations Club; Major-
SMITH, CHARLES WALTER; Murfreesboro, Tenn.;
"M" Club, Secretary, Pres.; Orientation Counselor; Intr'a-
murals. All Star Volleyball Team; Basketball, Most
Improved, Most Valuable, Record Holder; Physical Edu-
cation Assistant; Favorite.
SMITH, KATHRYN DEXTER ALEXANDER; Jack-
son; Elementary Education; YWCA; Westminster; Chi
SMITH, MARGARET FLOWERS; Jackson; Sociology;
Transfer from Converse College; P&W; Wesley; Kappa
Delta, Social Chairman.
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SMITH, MELVYN LEE; Vicksburg; Math and Philos-
ophy; Omicron Delta Kappa; Schiller Gesellschaft, Presi-
dent; Theta Nu Sigma, Vice-President; "M" Club,
Vice-President; Football, Captain; Concert Choir; Physics
Lab Assistant; Players.
SMITH, VENCE, JR.; Jackson; Business Administration;
SMITH, WILLIE CLAIRE; Brandon; Sociology; Players;
Concert Choir; Sociology Assistant.
STEWART, MARILYN; Memphis, Tenn.; Spanish; Who's
Who; Social Science Forum; Majorette Club; Spanish
Club; Dean's List; President's List; Panhellenic Council;
YWCA; Cheerleader; Homecoming Court; Beauty Re-
view; Favorite; Chi Omega, President.
STOCKER, JENNIFER; Hattiesburg; French; Alpha Psi
Omega, Secretary-Treasurer, President; Pi Delta Phi;
C & E Committee; Players; Beta Sigma Omicron.
STUBBS, JIMMY EDDINS; New Orleans, La.; Religion;
"M" Club; Football; Ministerial League; Wesley; Kappa
SULLIVAN, CHARLAYNE ELIZABETH; Jackson;
Elementary Education; Transfer from MSCW; Dean's
List; Chapel Choir; Players.
TATE, BARBARA ALLEN; Minter City; History; Social
Science Forum; Dean's List; Wesley; Chapel Choir;
Orientation Counselor; Beta Sigma Omicron, Rush Chair-
man, Social Chairman.
TATUM, BERNICE FAYE; Lumberton; German;
Deutscher Verein, Pres., Sec; Majorette Club; Dean's
List; German Assistant; Players; Wesley; Chapel Choir;
Jr. Year Abroad; Intramurals; Beta Sigma Omicron,
Pledge Trainer, Warden, Athletic Chairman.
TAYLOR, STANLEY LEROY, JR.; Natchez; Political
Science; Tennis Team; Players.
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TERRY, JOAN; Stringer; Elementary Education; Dean's
List; Chapel Choir; Madrigal Singers; Players.
THIGPEN, JANICE EILEEN; Summit; Religion; Eta
Sigma; Spanish Club; Religion Assistant; Orientation
Counselor; Wesley; Intramurals; Beta Sigma Omicron,
THOMAS, SUE JO; Ellisville; Psychology; Social Science
Forum, Secretary; Transfer from Jones County Junior
College; Dean's List; Women's Council; Players; Chapel
Choir; Concert Choir; Phi Mu, Social Service Chairman,
TOWNES, DANA RUTH; McComb; Music; Kappa
Delta Epsilon; Dean's List; President's List; Orientation
Committee; Concert Choir; Lambda Chi Alpha; Crescent
WARD, PATRICIA; Jackson; Enghsh; Dean's List;
Writer's Club; P&W; Chapel Choir; Kappa Delta, His-
torian, Chaplain, Secretary.
WARE, STEWART ALEXANDER; Stringer; Biology;
Theta Nu Sigma, President; Dean's List; Honors Pro-
gram; NSF Research Assistant; Biology Assistant; Players;
Language Lab Assistant.
WATKINS, MARY PAULINE; Jackson; History; Alpha
Psi Omega, Secretary-Treasurer; Majorette Club; Young
Republican Club; Women's Council; Players, Backstage
Award; English Assistant; Dorm Assistant; P&W; Intra-
WATKINS, WILLIAM FRANKLIN; Summit; German;
Pi Kappa Delta; Deutscher Verein; Student Senate; Ger-
man Assistant; Orientation Counselor; Lambda Chi Alpha,
WELLER, MARY CORAL; Vicksburg; English; Trans-
fer from MSCW; Dean's List; Orientation Counselor;
Concert Choir; Intramurals; Chi Omega, Social Chairman.
WENTWORTH, EARL CECIL; Natchez; Geology; Foot-
ball; Baseball; Kappa Sigma.
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WHITE, VIRGINIA LEE; Poplarville; Psychology;
Who's Who; Sigma Lambda; Kappa Delta Epsilon, Treas-
urer; Social Science Forum, President; Theta Nu Sigma;
Majorette Club, Secretary-Treasurer; Dean's List; Wesley,
Secretary; Women's Council; Concert Choir; Orientation
Counselor; Orientation Steering Committee; Kappa Delta,
WILLIAMS, JAMES AUBREY; Laurel; Chemistry; "M"
Club; Deutscher Verein; American Institute of Physics;
Chemistry Lab Assistant; Basketball; Golf.
WITT, WILLIAM JOHNSON, III; Jackson; Chemistry;
Transfer from University of Mississippi; Intramurals;
WOODS, CLAUDIA ELIZABETH; Jackson; English;
Eta Sigma; Eta Sigma Phi; Dean's List.
YARBOROUGH, LYNDA JEAN; Tylertown; Mathe-
matics; Physics Club; Dean's List; Mathematics Assistant;
Student Senate; Panhellenic Council; Wesley; Chapel
Choir; P&W; Intramurals; Beta Sigma Omicron, Assistant
Treasurer, Standards Committee, President.
NELSON, HILDA KAYE; Poplarville: Elementary Edu-
cation; Eta Sigma; Kappa Delta Epsilon; Dean's List;
"8" ball in the corner pocket.
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PRESIDENT, Jack Akers
VICE-PRESIDENT, Ray Hester
SECRETARY-TREASURER, Patsy Rodden
The Junior officers take a break in the grill.
ADDISON, KEN; KA; McComb
AKERS, JACK; PiKA; West Point
BAILEY, THELMA; Chi O; Jackson
BARHAM, RONALD; Meridian
BARRON, BETTY; Water Valley
BEASLEY, ETHEL; BSO; Jackson
BENSON, DIANE; Jackson
BOONE, FENTRESS; KD; Jackson
BROWN, GORDON; LXA; Jackson
BUNDY, TOMMY; KS; Gulfport
BURKE, GALE; Phi Mu; Jackson
CAIN, MARGARET; Chi O; Canton
CASTEEL, MYRON; Columbus, Ga.
CHANEY, EDWARD; Vicksburg
CHILDS, TOM; KA; Eupora
CLARK, DAVID; KS; Manchester, Ga.
CLARK, JOHN; KS; Manchester, Ga.
CLARK, ROBERTA; Chi O; Memphis, Tenn.
COLEMAN, RICHARD; Meridian
COMMER, POLLY; Lambert
CUTRER, CONNIE; KD; Osyka
DANIEL, ROB; Jackson
DODGE, BILL; PiKA; Kreole
DORROH, ERIC; Mathiston
DOSSETT, JIMMY; LXA; Jackson
DOVE, LUKE; LXA; Jackson
DOWDY, WAYNE; KA; Gulfport
DUNCAN, ROY; PiKA; Aberdeen
DUVALL, MARGARET; Biloxi
EDGAR, JOANNE; KD; Arcadia, Calif.
ERVIN, MARY CLAIRE; BSO; Inverness
FITZGERALD, JERRY; KA; McComb
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FLEMING, MARION; KD; Cleveland
FORESTER, WILLIAM; Jackson
FOX, GARY; PiKA; Jackson
FRITH, JAMES; McComb
FULTON, FRANCES; KD; Lyon
GARRIGUES, SARAH; LouisvUle
GIBSON, ALTON; Pheba
GRIFFITH, ROBERT; Jackson
GRAVES, MIKE; KA; Leland
GRAYSON, JOHN; KS; Moselle
HAAS, JEFF; KA; Memphis, Tenn.
HACKER, MAYNARD; LXA; Biloxi
HAG WOOD, CARL; KS; Clarksdale
HALAT, PETE; KS; Biloxi
HALLMAN, ALIX; Chi O; Halls, Tenn.
HEARD, MAC; Columbus
HEIDELBERG, WAYNE; PiKA; Moss Point
HENLEY, ANN; KD; Macon
HESTER, RAY; PiKA; Columbus
HINTON, WARREN; KS; Brookhaven
HOCKINGHEIMER, MILLY; KD; Batesville
HOWELL, MARTI; Chi O; Canton
HUDNALL, STUART; Natchez
HUDSPETH, KAY; Phi Mu; Cockrum
JAMES, BONNIE; Lambert
JONES, FRANK; KA; Forest
JONES, VICKI; Chi O; Jackson
JORDAN, LISA; Chi O; Rolling Fork
KHAYAT, KATHY; KD; Moss Point
KRUTZ, LYNNE; KD; Belzoni
KYNARD, BOYD; Jackson
LEDBETTER, BILL; Benton
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LEVI, JOEL; LXA; Ocean Springs
LEWIS, BOBBY; PiKA; Tylertown
LOMAX, FAY; Chi O; Greenwood
LOWERY, PEGGY; Jackson
McANALLY, LARRY; Mobile, Ala.
McANALLY, PHYLLIS; Chi O; Mobile, Ala.
McCOWN, CELANE; KD; Los Angeles, Calif.
McDANIEL, DAVID; PiKA; Milwaukee, Wis.
McDonnell, GALE; KD; Jackson
McDOUGALL, MARY FORD; KD, Magnolia
McEACHERN, LAURA; Jackson
McGAHEY, NAN; KD; Winona
McGLOTHLIN, ELIZABETH; Jacksonville, Fla.
McINTOSH, PAT; KD; Miami, Fla.
McKlE, HARDY; LXA; Pickens
MABRY, PAUL; PiKA; Meridian
MADDUX, RONNIE; PiKA; Pensacola, Fla.
MAYNOR, NATALIE; Chi O; Jackson
MIAO, DEBORAH; Weston, W. Va.
MIAO, JOSEPH; Weston, W. Va.
MILLER, PAUL; KS; Bay St. Louis
MINOR, STREETY; Jackson
MINCHEW, DOUG; Belzoni
MORRIS, LYNN; Jackson
MOORE, LANE; LXA; McComb
MOORE, CHARLES; KA; Jackson
MULLINS, MABEL; KD; Prairie Point
MURPHREE, DENNIS; KA; Jackson
MURPHY, BETSY; KD; Dallas, Texas
MURPHY, MARY CLAY; Phi Mu; Norfolk, Va.
NEITZEL, SARAH; Marksville, La.
NESTER, MARY FRANCES; Chi O; Carthage
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NEWMAN, JEFFERY; KA; McComb
OLIVER, JO; Chi O; Grenada
OSTNER, MAX; PiKA; Memphis, Tenn.
OWEN, JANEY; Chi O; Jackson
PALMER, BOWDEN; Jackson
PARKER, FRED; LXA; Jackson
PETTIGREW, JERRY; LXA; Plantersville
PHILLIPS, BILL; KS; Independence, Mo.
PICKETT, RUTH; KD; Jackson
PORTER. TODDY; Haziehurst
PRICE, JULIA; Phi Mu; Meridian
RAY, MARY JANE; Chi O; Jackson
RHUDY, NINA; Oliver Springs, Tenn.
ROBERTS, DICKIE; KS, Mobile, Ala.
RODDEN, PATSY; Phi Mu; Murfreesboro, Tenn.
RODGERS, ANN; Phi Mu; Jackson
RUEFF, TOMMY; KA; McComb
SCALES. GARY; LXA; Portageville, Mo.
SISSON, KENNETH; Pachuts
SMITH, MILANNE; Long Beach
SMITH, ROBERT; KS; Cheneyville, La.
STAFFORD, GLADYS; Handsboro
STALLINGS, REX; PiKA; Jackson
STEELE, CHARLES; Meridian
TABB, BILL; KS; Atlanta, Ga.
THORNELL, LILLIAN; KD; Vicksburg
TOON, JANICE; KD; Gulfport
TRAXLER, EILEEN; Chi O; Crystal Springs
TRIPLETT, FAYE; BSO; New Orleans, La.
TURNIPSEED, MARTI; KD; Niagara Falls. NY.
UPTON, LOVELLE; KS; Collins
VASSAR, CANDYE; Phi Mu; Jackson
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WARREN, RICHARD; KA; Laurel
WEBB, ANN; Clinton
WEISSINGER, JUDY; BSO; Bolton
WELLS, BEN; KA; Jackson
WELLS, DIANE; Durant
WESTON. JOY; KD; Leland
WHITFIELD, JOHNNIE MARIE; Jackson
WHYTE, BARBARA; Jackson
WITHERSPOON, MARY ELIZABETH; Chi O;
WOODY, WILLIS; LXA; Jackson
ZEISS, SUSAN; Phi Mu; Kosciusko
Watch out John B.!
Is Don modeling a new type air conditioning for Arabs?
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PRESIDENT, Ronnie Rodgers
VICE PRESIDENT, Bill Tarver
SECRETARY-TREASURER, Beth Boswell
The Sophomore officers make plans for Freshman
ALFORD, VIRGINIA; Chi O; Columbia
ATKINSON, RONNIE; PiKA; Vicksburg
AUSTIN, WILL; KA; Vicksburg
BARTLE, MARY DEANE; Phi Mu;
BARTLETT, ROD; KS; Memphis, Tenn.
BERBETTE, JULIE; Jackson
BIRDSONG, BUDDY; LXA; Temple Terrace.
BLOUNT, BETSY; KD; Chevy Chase, Md.
BOSWELL, BETH; KD; Cleveland
BOSWELL, DOT; Chi O; Jackson
BOYD, ANN; Pascagoula
BRAMEYER, KEES; PiKA; Waveland
BURNET, JEANNE; Phi Mu; Jackson
BYRD, MARTHA; Phi Mu; Jackson
CALHOUN, RUSS; Jackson
CARLISLE, DON; PiKA; Gulf port
CARTER, CLAIR; Jackson
CARTER, DAVE; New Orleans, La.
CHENEY, WINI; Chi O; Jackson
CHRISTMAS, JIMMY; LXA; Ocean Springs
COFFIELD, SCOTT; KA; Laurel
COOPER, MARCIA; Laurel
CRITZ, FRANK; KS; Fulton
CROSWELL, BILL; KA; Jackson
CURRIE, BILL; Jackson, Tenn.
DARNELL, MELISSA; KD; Jackson
DAWSON, KAY; Phi Mu; FaUs Church, Va.
DAY, KENNER; LXA; Rolling Fork
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DENNERY, ANNA; Chi O; Jackson
DENNIS, JANE; Jackson
DICKSON, MARILYN; Chi O; Columbia
DIFFRIENT, BARBARA; BSO; Florence
DODSON, RONNIE; Vicksburg
DUVAL, MARY PAUL; BSO; Vicksburg
EVANS, MURPHREE; PiKA; Aberdeen
FENTER, TOMMY; KA; Hazlehurst
FERRELL, JUDY; KD; Batesville
GABBERT, JIM; KA; Senatobia
GALLOWAY, PAT; BSO; Valparaiso, Fla.
GEMMELL, MIKE; KA; Guatemala City,
GILBERT, KENNETH; KA; Canton
GILBERT, RONNIE; PiKA; McComb
GOODYEAR, PHIL; Gulfport
GRAVES, GLEN; PiKA; Jackson
GREENE, DOUG; KS; Oak Ridge, Tenn.
HARPER, JOHN; Laurel
HARRIGILL, JUDY; Brookhaven
HILL, SANDY; KD; Gulfport
HILLMAN, ROSIE; Union
HOLLIDAY, MARTHA ANN; BSO; Jackson
HOLLINGSWORTH, KAY; Phi Mu; Jackson
HYMERS, KATHY; Chi O; Jackson
JOHNSON, SHEILA; Phi Mu; Rolling Fork
JONES, JEAN; KD; Hollandale
JONES, RAYMOND; KS; Hollandale
JORDAN, INA; BSO; Purvis
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KENNEDY, EDWARD; PiKA; Taylorsville
KIDD, LYNDA; Chi O; Memphis, Tenn.
KUEBLER, CHARLIE; KS; Batesville
KUKA, PETE; Miami, Ha.
LAMMONS, GEOFF; LXA; Greenbelt, Md.
LISENBY, GLYNN A; Winona
LITTLE, JOHN; Raleigh
LORD, GERALD; Jackson
LOVEJOY, SUE ELLEN; Chi O; Memphis,
McADAMS, GAYNELL; Waynesboro
McCOOL, BOBBY; PiKA; Jackson
McCORMICK, LEE; KA; Memphis, Tenn.
McDonald, REBECCA; Hazlehurst
McWILLIAMS, JAMES; Holly Ridge
MAY, DANA LEE; KD; Bay Springs
MELTON, JANICE; Tupelo
MIDDLETON, ANN; Indianola
MONK, SHERRY; BSO; Jackson
MORRIS, BOB; KA; Jackson
MORRISON, GEORGE; LXA; Atlanta, Ga.
MORROW, JOHNNY; PiKA; Jackson
MOZINGO, CAROLYN; KD; Jackson
NELSON, KIRK; KS; Starkville
PAINE, BECKY; KD; Greenville
PARKER, WILLIAM; LXA; Heidelberg
PERKINS, LOUISE; Jackson
PETEET, MARGARET; KD; Greenwood
POWER, JUDY: KD; Gulfport
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PRICE, WALDINE; BSO; Canton
RAINS, CHARLES; LXA; Dallas, Texas
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, RAGAN; KA; McComb
ROGERS, RONNY; KS; Memphis, Tenn.
RYLAND, SHIRLEY; Chi O; Memphis, Tenn.
SATTERWHITE, BENNIE LOU; Phi Mu;
SAXON, ROBERT; LXA; Meadville
SCHMIDT, EDWARD; Madison
SCUDDER, STEVE; PiKA; Winter Park, Fla.
SHANNON, GO GO; KS; Lake Cormorant
SHOEMAKER, DON; Jackson
SIMMS, LYNN; KD; Jackson
SINCLAIR, BETH; McComb
SINCLAIR, TOMMIE LOU; Prentiss
STONE, BENNY; KA; Laurel
STRONG, JIM; LXA; Jackson
TARVER, BILL; KS; Greenville
TAYLOR, MARION; KD; Vicksburg
TAYLOR, PAT; BSO; Starkville
THORNBURG, YVONNE; BSO; Wilma, Ala.
THRONTON, ELWOOD; Memphis, Tenn.
TRENT, LAURA; Chattanooga, Tenn.
TURN AGE, BILL; Brookhaven
UNDERWOOD, NANCY; Chi O; Forest
VAUGHN, BETTY JO; Forest
WALLACE, JOHN; KA; Laurel
WARREN, PAT; Chi O; HaUs, Tenn.
WARREN, PAULETTE; Jackson
WATSON, DOUGLAS; Pascagoula
WEEMS, DANIEL; Biloxi
WEEMS, WANDA; Chi O; Forest
WELLS, FRANK; LXA; Jackson
WILCOX, PAUL; KA; GreenviUe
WILEY, BETTY; Natchez
WILLIAMS, ED; LXA; Ocala, Fla.
WILLIAMS, JANICE; Chi O; McComb
WILLIAMSON, ANN CATHEY; Phi Mu;
WILLIAMSON, JOY; Chi O; Roswell, N. M.
WILLOUGHBY, EARLE; Jackson
WROTEN, FAE CAROLE; Chi O; Jackson
YEATES, PHIL; KA; Laurel
YOUNG, MARTHA; KD; Greenwood
Is THAT what you call the Dog?
PRESIDENT, David Ely
VICE-PRESIDENT, Margaret Brown
SECRETARY-TREASURER, PoUy Dement
The Freshmen officers exemphfy Millsaps bench
ALFORD, GEARY; LXA; Arlington, Va.
ALLEN, DIANNE; KD; Jackson
ALLEN, MARGARET; Chi O; Greenville
ALLEN, MIKE; PiKA; Memphis, Tenn.
ALLMAN, NANCY; BSO; Ocean Springs
AUSTIN; MARY; BSO; Jackson
BASS, ALEX; KS; Hazlehurst
BAAS, O'HARA; KD; Hazlehurst
BATES, MIDGE; Phi Mu; Lafayette
BEADLE, JOHN; PiKA; Jackson
BEATON, SANDRA; Memphis, Tenn.
BENNETT, NELDA; Jackson
BIGGS, TARRY; Chi O; Crystal Springs
BILLUPS, TOM; KS; Holcomb
BINGHAM, REID; KS; Jackson
BLACK, SANDRA; KD; Jackson
BOONE, BILL; KA; Leland
BOSWELL, BRYANT; KA; Jackson
BRASHER, DONNA, KD; Jackson
BRIDGES, JACK; PiKA; Jackson
BROWN, MARGARET; KD; Jackson
BRYANT, CAROLYN; Chi O; Edwards
BURKS, GEORGE; Greenville
BURT, JANIE; Drew
BUSH, DARRELL; Jackson
CARPENTER, MARILYN; Chi O; DaUas, Texas
CARROLL, JIM; LXA; Hernando
CARTER, MARY JO; Laurel
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CHILES, CARLEEN; BSO; Memphis, Tenn.
CHUNN, BOB; PiKA; Jackson
CLEMANDOT, JAMES; Meridian
COKER, CAROLYN; KD; Clarksdale
COKER, GEORGE; Columbia
COLE, HUTCH; LXA; Birmingham, Ala.
COLLINS, DAVID; Jackson
COMPTON, EMILY; KD; Vicksburg
COWAN, CAROLYN; Phi Mu; Jackson
CROSS, THOMAS; PiKA; Memphis, Tenn.
CURTIS, MARTHA; Phi Mu; Olive Branch
CURTIS, TORREY; Clarksdale
DAVIS, FREDDY; KA; Mobile, Ala.
DAVIS, KIT; Chi O; Jackson
DAVIS, RACHEL; Chi O; Meridian
DAVIS. RONNIE; Jackson
DEES, KIM; LXA; Philadelphia
DEMENT, POLLY; KD; Vicksburg
DENNY, MARY; BSO; Jackson
DeWEESE, TOM; PiKA; Philadelphia
DOUGLASS, DON; KA; Jackson
DUCEY, CINDI; Jackson
DUCK, JERRY; LXA; Purvis
DYE, MARY DeSHA; BSO; Clarksdale
EDGAR, BOB; KA; Jackson
ELY, DAVID; PiKA; Parchman
EMBRY, SALLY; Chi O; Memphis, Tenn.
EVERITT, KAREN; KD; Prentiss
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EZELL, BUTCH; LXA; Ocean Springs
FELDER, CINDY; Chi O; McComb
FINCH, SUSAN KAY; Gulfport
FITE, JAMES; Grenada
FLYNN, SHANNON; PiKA; Jackson
FORD, DOTTIE; KD; Meridian
FORD, JIM; PiKA; Jackson
FORTENBERRY, RICKY; LXA; Meridian
FRATESI, BOBBY; KA; Leland
GAMBLE, BILL; LXA; Ocean Springs
GARRISON, HELEN; Chi O; Jackson
GOLDEN, JAMES; Canton
GOODBREAD, RONALD; Jackson
GREEN, BILL; KA; Laurel
GWIN, MICHAEL; LXA; Waynesboro
HALL, MAURICE; LXA; Bay Springs
HALLFORD, CHARLES; LXA; Memphis,
HANSON, ANN; West Point
HARPA, EDDIE; KA; Jackson
HARRIS, GEORGE; KA; Laurel
HARVEY, WILLIAM; KA; Yazoo City
HAYWARD, HERBERT; Elliott
HENDON, JOE; KA; Indianola
HERSHFELT, CHRIS; Tupelo
HILL, JIMMY; KS; Tupelo
HOLLINGSWORTH, GEORGE; KA; Jackson
HUMPHRIES, BEVERLY; KD; Cleveland
JOHNSON, DAVID; Jackson
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JONES, A. K.; Jackson
KAMINER, KATHY; BSO; Jackson
KARKULA, MARSHA; Arlington Heights, 111.
KERNELL, SAMUEL; LXA; Memphis, Tenn.
KIDDA, MICHAEL; El Dorado, Ark.
KISTENMACHER, MARILYN; Chi O; Jackson
KROHN, LIZ; Chi O; Memphis, Tenn.
LEE, ANNE; Phi Mu; West Point
LEE, SANDRA; Phi Mu; Jackson
LEHMANN, ELAINE; Natchez
LEWIS, GRAHAM; LXA; Mount Olive
LITCHFIELD, BETTE; KD; Corinth
LOFSTROM, CAROL ANNE; Phi Mu;
LONGEST, JUDY; Phi Mu; Starkville
LYNCH, CHRIS; Phi Mu; Rolling Fork
McDUFFIE, KAY; BSO; Nettleton
McKEE, DAN; KA; Clarksdale
McLEMORE, SUSAN; KD; Gulfport
MANSELL, MARY; Chi O; Camden
MASSEY, EDWIN; KA; Laurel
MATTHEWS, THOMAS; Smyrna, Tenn.
MAYFIELD, BILL; KA; Taylorsville
MERRITT, BRITTY; KD; Clarksdale
MILLER, VICTOR; LXA; Jackson
MILONAS, CONNIE; Chi O; San Francisco,
MITCHELL, NEIL; LXA; Tylertown
MOCKBEE, MIKE; PiKA; Jackson
MONTGOMERY, HOLT; KA; Laurel
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MORRIS, DAVID; New Albany
MORRIS, RUBY ANN; BSO. Darling
MORRIS, SAM; Hillsboro
MULLEN, GENROSE; Phi Mu; Jackson
MURPHREE, TOM; KA; Jackson
NELSON, EDWARD; LXA; Columbia
NEWSOM, BRENDA; Chi O, Columbia
NEWSOM, PAUL; KA; Macon
NOEL, ESTELLE; Chi O; Jackson
PEARCE, BRUCIA; Phi Mu; Memphis, Tenn.
PERRY, KITTY; KD; Jackson
PICKETT, GEORGE; KA; Jackson
PITTMAN, DAWN; KD; Panama City, Fla.
POINTER, DAVID; PiKA; Jackson
POSEY, STENNETT; KA; Laurel
PRESLEY, SHEA; Clinton
PRICE, CEALIA; Chi O; Jackson
PULLIN, JEAN; BSO; Jackson
QUICK, KENNEDY; KS; Indianola
RANDALL, PATRICIA; Gloster
REID, BETH; Chi O; Memphis, Tenn.
RICE, MARTHA; Phi Mu; Jackson
RIEMANN, MACK; KA; Gulfport
RILEY, SUZANNE; Jackson
ROBERTS, JIMMY; KS; Germantown, Tenn.
ROBERTSON, LYNNE; Chi O; Metairie, La.
ROGERS, LILA; Meridian
ROSS, LELIA; Phi Mu; Clarksdale
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ROSTAING, JEANNE; KD; Memphis, Tenn.
RUEBSAMEN, CATHY; Vicksburg
RUTLEDGE, LYNN; Chi O; Mayo, Fla.
SCOTT, SANDRA; Phi Mu; Jackson
SHATTUCK, HARRY; Bay St. Louis
SHOEMAKER, EILEEN; Jackson
SIMPKINS, SIDNEY; Tutwiler
SMITH, JEAN; BSO; Jackson
SMITH, MARIE; Pascagoula
SMITH, PRENTISS; Union Church
SMITH, SUSAN; Natchez
STAFFORD, PAM; Vicksburg
STAHLMAN, JACKIE; Natchez
STEWART, SEALE; KA; Ruleville
STUBBLEFIELD, EARL; KA; Jackson
TABB, CAROLYN; Chi O; Atlanta, Ga.
TENNEY, SUSAN; Chi O; Grenada
THOMPSON, JIMMY; KA; Gulfport
THOMPSON, NANCY; Jackson
TUMLINSON, BUDDY; PiKA; West Point
TYNES, ALLAN; Clarksdale
VARNER, MACK; KA; Vicksburg
WALKER, GWEN; Phi Mu; Jackson
WALKER, PATRICIA; Clarksdale
WALTERS, BARBARA; KD; Midnight
WARD, JULIA; Jackson
WARNOCK, CAROL; Camden, Ark.
WEBB, RANDY; LXA; Memphis, Tenn.
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WHATLEY, STEVE; LXA; Vicksburg
WHITE, PATSY; Charleston
WHITENTON, MICHAEL; Gallman
WIER, SARA ANN; KD; Jackson
WILLIAMS, FORD; Hazlehurst
WILLIAMSON, GEORGE; KS; Meridian
WILSON, CATHY; Memphis, Tenn.
WILSON, TRICIA; Phi Mu; Vicksburg
WOOLDRIDGE, HENRY; PiKA; Jackson
WRIGHT, DIANE; Phi Mu; Cocoa, Fla.
Put your best foot forward.
What did you say your name was?
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New faces, new experiences, new courses, and new
challenges — Millsaps opened the Fall Semester as stu-
dents from all over the country converged on the campus.
The Freshman Class had no sooner moved into the
dorms, before it was time for orientation, placement tests
and mixers. The returning upper classmen helped settle
the new students, fraternity boys flocked to the grill to
look over the girls and teachers began making out sched-
Lock, stock and laundry bag!
"Better late than never, girls"
Tests and more tests.
The confusion of first moving on campus
was surpassed only by the chaos of registra-
tion. Lines of registration were followed by
lines to see faculty advisors, lines to sign up
for courses, lines to turn in schedules, lines to
pay tuition, and lines to get into lines. The
easy way to register still hasn't been found.
Even seniors wandered sullenly around wait-
ing to get into an eleven o'clock class.
Paula Page and Steve Cranford, Orientation Chairmen, explain
MAJOR FACTS to Bob Cox.
Listen Kid, I haven't got all day.
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"Just sit back and relax. Don't worry about smiling and
forgetting names. We've all been through rush too, and
we understand." Even though the rushees tried to relax,
they couldn't. The hectic schedule of parties, the ever-
decreasing number of invitations in each envelope, the
increasing solemnity, and tears made Rush a trying time
for both actives and rushees.
Sorority girls entertained their prospective pledges with
both gay and serious skits: KD Hades, the Circus, Alice
in Chi O Land, the Gold Rush, the White Taper Tea, and
the Wizard of Oz.
For the boys it was smoker after smoker. Even those
rushees who didn't smoke were smoking before the week
Between parties everyone catches their breath.
Let's see, do you know
They give some people tickets to the show,
but maybe this is cheaper.
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Finally on Saturday morning, the girls signed their
preference cards and at noon they received their bids.
Rush was over, but there would always be the closeness,
friendliness, and happiness found in the sorority.
That same morning a long thin line of boys could be
seen filing toward fraternity row as they walked with calm
excitement to the house of their choice. Awaiting their
final dash were anxious actives letting loose with loud
yells, beating on drums, and rushing to meet them with
pledge pins handy.
Rush week is now over, as is orientation, and now the
Freshman is a student ready to take his place in campus
Oh no! They've moved the house.
Is this the KA house?
What fraternity is this?
The Student Senate, Millsaps' official student legisla-
tive body, represents as nearly as possible, a fair cross
section of the entire student body. Its weekly meetings
serve as sounding boards for student problems and fur-
nish a medium for the solution of such situations. Activi-
ties for the Student Senate this year have included such
things as; new financial by-laws, a full appropriation for
the campus literary magazine. Stylus, the re-activation of
the Publications Board and the sending of representatives
to M.I.C. Four standing committees co-ordinate Union
affairs, social activities, special entertainment, and park-
Tommy Reuff, Vice Pres.; Marsha Beale, Sec; Kathy Khayat.
Treas.; Warren Jones, Pres.
ELECTIONS COMMITTEE: Gwen Ross, Jeffrey Newman. Joanne Edgar. Tommy Reuff. Dickie Roberts.
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W. S. G. A.
The organization responsible for the regulations and
restrictions of the women resident studentsis the Wom-
en's Student Government Association. The W.S.G.A. is
an assembly of dormitory assistants, dormitory council
members, housemothers and sorority representatives, ad-
vised by Mrs. Glenn Pate, Dean of Women. In addition,
this year they have sponsored such activities as a welcom-
ing coffee for Freshmen Women, a style show, a series of
programs of guest panelists discussing "The Role of the
American College Woman," and open houses in the wom-
HOUSEMOTHERS: Mrs. Kate Robertson, Sanders-Whitworth;
Mrs. Mary Fitts, Burton-Galloway; Mrs Helen Daniel, Ezelle;
Mrs. Maggie Kathy, Franklin: Mrs. Lena Tohill, Founders.
THE EXECOTIVE COMMITTEE. SEATED: Kitty Perry, Fen-
tress Boone, Elizabeth McGlothlin, President: Mrs. Pate. Dot
Joanne Edgar, Jeanne Burnet, Ann
"Deadline!" This one word was enough to strike terror
in the lives of the BOBASHELA staff members as they
worked feverishly to get copy sheets completed on time.
Having grabbed a pencil in one hand and a piece of
paper in the other, the staff began the task of capturing
the memorable moments of a fleeting nine months — a
short year which held countless memories.
The Beauty Review, sponsored annually by the BOBA-
SHELA, was one of the definite highlights of the school
Thus the annual emerged from one word after another,
one problem after another, one solution after another. It
was the staff's job to work together to produce a book full
of lasting memories of college days.
"Bobashela," which is actually the word for "good
friend," has been created to capture the life of Millsaps.
Tommy Starling, Bu.siness Manager
Mabel Mullins, Editor
Tommy and Mabel slaving over the SEB
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Faye Carol Wroten, haculty Editor; kitty Perry, Layout Editor.
Kay Hudspeth and Dottie Renshaw, Class Editors.
Rex Stallings, Feature Editor; Lynda Kidd and Max Ost-
ner, Greek Editors.
Gary Scales and Susan Tenney, Activities Editors; Estelle Noel, Stu-
dent Life Editor.
Suzie Lamb and Ann Henley, Honoraries Editors; Tricia Wilson, typist.
Doug Price and George Hollings-
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MAJOR FACTS is the pocket-sized "guide to living"
on the Millsaps campus. This little book, which is edited
by Millsaps students, is a miniature encyclopedia of tradi-
tions, general information, and rules and regulations rang-
ing from academic requirements to the type of clothes that
may or may not be worn on campus. The editor of
MAJOR FACTS is under the advice of the Dean of Stu-
dents and is appointed by the President of the Student
Editor. Sam Cole
Editor, Bill Kemp
Millsaps College students have come to recognize the
STYLUS as a priceless anthology of the literary works of
campus short-story writers, poets, playwrights, and essay-
ists. Fortunately there are two opportunities a year to
become acquainted with this outstanding literary magazine.
At a moderate price, the STYLUS provides a wonderful
opportunity for Millsaps students to enjoy an inspiring
potpourri of literature and to offer congratulations to
their gifted authors.
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PURPLE AND WHITE
The PURPLE AND WHITE, the Millsaps campus
newspaper, is designed to supply students with a weekly
record of college events. A second purpose is to provide
an airing ground for current campus views on pertinent
topics of college life.
Participation on the campus newspaper is on a volun-
tary basis, and the PURPLE AND WHITE serves as a
laboratory and means of gaining valuable experience for
those interested in journalism.
Hard work is required to turn out an accurate weekly
account of what's going on around Millsaps. The entire
P&W is to be congratulated on their outstanding achieve-
ments in the journalistic field in 1963.
Kay Barrett. Editor
Dudley Crawford, Assistant Editor; Sam Cole. Business Manager.
New Editors: Jim Gabbert, Business Manager; Mary Ford
McDougal. Co-Editor; Mac Heard. Co-Editor.
Wayne Dowdy. Political Editor: Burnett Hull. Sports
Lee McCormick. Photographer.
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Mary Ford McDougal, News Editor; Jeanne Burnet. Layout Editor.
Mac Heard. Managing Editor.
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MacHeath pledges to be faithful to Poll>,
icy Brown and Polly Peachum argmni; over MacHeath at the jail.
MacHeath's gang laughing over his marriage that day.
MacHeath just before the story turns to its "happy
Pauline listens to Dr. Dorn.
Actress Arkadina's son, Constantine, with Nina.
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Anton and Madame Zacanassian as they sadly recall earlier
Madame Zacanassian returns to her native Giillen.
The Millsaps Singers is one of the most popular extra-
curricular organizations on campus. It has represented
Millsaps, not only throughout the state, but also, the
The choir, directed by Mr. Leland Byler, sings music
of all types ranging from popular medleys to classical
In addition to their campus performances, such as the
presentation of a Thanksgiving program, Handel's "Mes-
siah" and the annual "Feast of Carols," the choir toured
throughout Mississippi and parts of Tennessee.
This year, for the first time, a small group from the
Concert Choir known as the Troubadors, will tour Europe
for approximately two months. It is a great honor to be
chosen to go and Millsaps should feel pride in the accom-
plishments of this outstanding organization and Mr. Byler.
Mr. Leland Byler. Director
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TROUBADORS: S. Morris, L. Krutz, B. Bowling. A. Dennery, U. nice, U. White, J. Mor-
row, B. Boswell, G. Pickett, P. Page, M. Heard, W. Weems. J. Gabbert, B. Griffith.
Europe, here we come!
THE MADRIGAL SINGERS
Mr. Richard Alderson, Director.
The Madrigal Singers, Millsaps' smallest choral group,
has a reputation for fine quality and each year this repu-
tation grows. The Madrigals is composed of twenty voices
and includes in its repertoire songs ranging from Renais-
sance to contemporary, secular to spiritual. Like the
Concert Choir, the Madrigals present many programs for
organizations here in the city, and in the surrounding
area, as well as on campus. Director of the Madrigals
is Mr. Richard Alderson.
THE CHAPEL CHOIR
Mr. Joseph Rawlins, Director.
The primary function of the Chapel Choir, directed by
Mr. Joseph RawHns, is to sing at the weekly chapel pro-
grams. In the fall it joins the Concert Choir and Madri-
gal Singers in presenting the "Messiah" and at Christmas
in the presentation of the Feast of Carols. The Chap)el
Choir is open to all who wish to participate.
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Mr. Woodward, sponsor of Christian Council.
The planning and co-ordinating of any interdenomina-
tional religious activity on campus is the responsibility of
the Christian Council. The Council membership is com-
prised of the presidents of the campus religious groups
and one elected representative from each group. The
Council sponsors Holy Communion services (conducted
in Fitzhugh Chapel by some clerical member of the
faculty) on Wednesday mornings and on days preceding
various holidays; each year it sponsors a Religious Em-
phasis Week, during which follows 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.
The Young Women's Christian Asso-
ciation is a national organization com-
mitted to Christian ideals and high stand-
ards. It has as its purpose the develop-
ment of young women into better citizens
and Christians. A sincere interest in pro-
moting Christian ideals is its only mem-
In the Millsaps chapter, each year the
individual members adopt "little sisters"
in the Methodist Children's Home. These
little sisters are entertained with suppers,
parties, and trips to special events such
as the annual Feast of Carols.
The Ministerial League is an organization for those
students who are planning to enter the ministry. Member-
ship in the League is open to all pre-ministerial students,
regardless of denomination. It is designed to acquaint the
pre-ministerial 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 belongs to the Minis-
terial League, which also sponsors the annual Galloway
award given to the pre-ministerial student who has pre-
pared the best sermon of that year. Any other projects
of the League are conducted in conjunction with the
BAPTIST STUDENT UNION
The Baptist Student Union on the Millsaps
Campus serves as a liaison 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
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
The organization for those students on campus who
are members of the Anglican Communion is the Canter-
bury Association. Canterbury dedicates its programs to
worship, study stewardship, evangelism, and Christian
social activity. The Association sponsors a variety of
weekly activities which include the administration of the
sacrament of the Holy Eucharist, Evening Prayer (The
Litany, in Lent), and a weekly discussion session. Dur-
ing Lent Canterbury serves as a sponsor of weekly ecu-
DISCIPLES STUDEIST FELLOWSHIP
Disciples Student Fellowship is the campus religious
organization of the Christian Church. The purposes of
this organization are fellowship, information and worship.
Its meetings are held each week on Monday evenings,
and the regular program is followed by refreshments and
general discussion. 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 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
provides fellowship through chaUenging pro-
grams to broaden their ideas. The projects of
Wesley include weekly (each Wednesday night)
visits to the Boys' Farm for recreation and short
worship services, caroling (shortly before Christ-
mas) at the Methodist and Baptist orphanages,
and the annual pancake supper (held in the
Spring) on the night before the S.E.B. election
when each candidate presents his platform be-
fore the student body.
OMICRON DELTA KAPPA
Dr. Finger. Dr. Laney.
PRESIDENT Warren Jones
ODK, national leadership honorary, recognizes out-
standing men on the basis of service, leadership, and
character. It recognizes leadership in five areas: scholar-
ship; student government; social and religious organiza-
tions; athletics; publications; and arts. ODK sponsors Tap
Day each semester and awards a scholarship trophy to
the Greek organization having the highest average in the
men's and women's division. Membership in ODK is the
highest honor that can be conferred upon a Millsaps man.
Dr. Moore. Sam Cole.
Steve Cranford, Melvyn Smith. Dr. Reiff.
Mrs. Pate. Miss Morehead, Miss Craig.
Gwen Ross. Ginger White,
Mary Parker Harmon.
Paula Page. Dell Fleming.
PRESIDENT Kay Barret
Sigma Lambda, a leadership honor society for women,
was founded at Milisaps in 1934 by the already existing
ODK chapter. To be extended an invitation to member-
ship in Sigma Lambda, a woman student must have a 2.0
overall average, a variety of leadership services, personal
qualities suggesting leadership ability, and second semes-
ter junior standing. Recognizing outstanding accomplish-
ments in scholarship, leadership, and campus activities,
Sigma Lambda represents the ultimate achievement for
a Milisaps woman.
Marsha Beale. Sally Irby. Mary Ford McDougall.
ALPHA EPSILON DELTA
FIRST ROW: J. Whitfield. J. Akers, T. Porter, L. Hatten, Dr.
Berry. SECOND ROW: Dr. Cain, B. Ledbetter, F. Jones, D.
Murphree. B. Wells. T. Rueff.
PRESIDENT Toddy Porter
AED is a national honorary society for
pre-medical students which encourages ex-
cellence in pre-medical scholarship, stimu-
lates an appreciation of the importance of
pre-medical education in the study of medi-
cine, promotes cooperation and contacts
between medical students and educators in
developing an adequate program of pre-
medical training and binds together sim-
ilarly interested students.
To be eligible a student must have high
scholarship, exemplary leadership, sound
character, and pleasing personality.
ALPHA PSI OMEGA
FIRST ROW: B. Kemp, K. Alford, J. Stocker. SECOND ROW: F. Majors, A. Bowman,
J. Aldridge, G. James, P. Watkins, R. Stallings, M. Oehlbeck.
PRESIDENT Jennifer Stocker
SPONSOR Lance Goss
Alpha Psi Omega is a national honorary
dramatics fraternity. It recognizes outstanding
contributions in the field of acting and in the
area of backstage work. The Players' Awards
Banquet, held annually to honor the outstand-
ing players of the year, is sponsored by Alpha
Psi Omega. The awards are as follows: Most
Outstanding Millsaps Player, Millsaps Player
Acting Award, Junior Acting Awards, Most
Valuable Freshman, and Backstage Award.
SEATED: Fentress Boone; SIANDINO: Mis. CjuodiiKiii, Jane Peters.
PRESIDENT Fentress Boone
One of the most exclusive honoraries
on campus, Chi Delta is the sister organi-
zation of the men's honorary. Kit Kat.
Chi Delta not only recognizes outstand-
ing achievement in the literary arts, but
also seeks to promote interest in creative
writing among all Millsaps women. Mem-
bership is extended to those Millsaps
women who are of at least sophomore
standing and whose work has been pub-
lished in Stylus or entered in the South-
ern Literary Festival. All members have
shown a persistent and sustained inter-
est in the field of creative writing.
FIRST ROW: S. Lamb, S. Barry. J. Thigpen,
Baker, K. Nelson, J. Roberts, D. Fleming.
T, Porter. SECOND ROW: M. Ray. S.
PRESIDENT Susan Barry
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 pro-
mote scholarship at Millsaps. Members
must have completed a minimum 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 overall index of 2.55.
ETA SIGMA PHI
FIRST ROW: Mrs. Coullet, M. Ivy, G. Kester, M. Jordan, P. Rodden. SECOND ROW:
K. Gilbert, R. Dunn, G. Lord, R. Cooper, J. Dossett, B, Wiley, B. Whyte, S. Monk, B. Satter-
white, C. Adams.
PRESIDENT Gary Kester
SPONSOR Mrs. A. Coullet
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
On the national level, Eta Sigma Phi
publishes The Nuntius, a quarterly maga-
zine, and sponsors an annual national
INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB
SPONSOR. . .
. . . . Dell Fleming
.Dr. R. H. Moore
IRC is an honorary for students gen-
uinely interested in the fields of political
science and current history. IRC hopes to
stimulate interest in these fields through
first-hand reports from students who
have recently traveled abroad and
through open forums on timely subjects.
FIRST ROW: T. Jordan. M. Jordan. D. Fleming, C. Moore. SECOND ROW: Dr. R. H.
Moore, S. Cole, G. Ainsworth, L. Bounds, Mr. Harris, H. Ecton. NOT PICTURED: Glenn
Abney. Mary Jane Ray, Martha Sistrunk.
KAPPA DELTA EPSILON
FIRST ROW: G. White, M. Ivy, Mrs. Meaders. L. Fowler. A. Scott, A. Harvey. SECOND
ROW: S. Lamb. D. Townes. M. Beale. M. Fincher. M. Ray, P. Page, K. Nelson, S. Carter,
D, Kirby, M. Bacot, R. Pickett, E. McGlothlin, S. Rainwater.
PRESIDENT Linda Fowler
ADVISOR Mrs. Meaders
KDE, a professional education honorary,
promotes the cause of education by fostering
high scholastic standing and professional ideals
among those preparing for the teaching pro-
fession. To be eligible for membership a
woman student must have a major in educa-
tion, 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 various
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.
FIRST ROW: W. Jones, B. Kemp. J. Freeman. Dr. Boyd. SECOND ROW: J. Guess,
Mr. Padgett, Mr. Blackwell, Mr. Hardin.
PRESIDENT Johnny Freeman
Kit Kat is the oldest and most exclusive
honorary on the Millsaps campus. Composed
of a comfortable circle of campus writers, Kit
Kat provides a literary haven for new ideas
and a critical opportunity for the creative
writer. Its name is derived from an eighteenth
century English tavern where the authors of
the day gathered to eat, drink, smoke and
converse. The twentieth century men of Kit Kat
enjoy the same pastimes.
PRESIDENT Charlie Smith
All students (m;ile, that is) who have
been awarded the official 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 their banquet. The '"M" Club
also sponsors an all-campus dance once
PRESIDENT Peggy Atwood
The Majorette Club is an honorary organization
consisting of women students who have participated 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 participa-
tion in women's intramural sports.
PI DELTA PHI
PRESIDENT Thelma Koonce
SPONSOR Mr. Baskin
Pi Delta Phi, founded in 1906, is a
national fraternity recognizing high schol-
arship 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 hon-
orary memberships to faculty members,
alumni, and others who have shown un-
usual interest in France, its language, and
FIRST ROW: K. Guild, M. Winston, T. Koonce, J. Stocker, S. Carter. 5ECOND ROW:
Mr. Baskin. Dr. Horan, Mrs. Hederi, Miss Craig, Mr. Bufkin.
PRESIDENT Maynard Hacker
Pi Kappa Delta is a national forensics
honorary recognizing students excelling in
debate, extemporaneous speaking, oratory,
and other forms of public speaking. Pi
Kappa Delta annually sponsors one of the
finest tournaments in the South, the Mill-
saps Invitational Debate Tournament.
PI KAPPA DELTA
FIRST ROW: A Bowman, S. Doty, L. Mayfield, A. Webb. SECOND ROW; Mr.
Collins, G. Abney, R. Rogers, M. Hacker, W. Watkins.
FIRST ROW: M. Smith, Mrs. Coullet. SECOND ROW: Mr. Lowe. J. Edgar, S. Cranford.
D. Wells, B. Barron, J. Guess, Mr. Guest. '
PRESIDENT Melvyn Smith
SPONSOR M. Guest
The twofold purpose of Schiller Gesell-
schaft is to promote and cuhivate an interest
in German culture and to recognize out-
standing students in German studies. Each
candidate for membership is invited to write
a research paper on some aspect of Ger-
many's contributions to literature, science,
SOCIAL SCIENCE FORUM
PRESIDENT Ginger White
SPONSOR Mr. Jordan
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 interpre-
tation of various aspects of the social
FIRST ROW: C. Moore, K. Barret, M. Johnson. S. Thomas. G.
White. J. Dossett. J. Michael, D. Fleming, L. Bounds. SECOND
ROW: S. Cole. M. Stewart. B. Tate. J. Weissinger. Dr. Scott. Mr.
Jordan. Mr. Nicholas. B. Price, B. Hull, J. Edgar.
THETA NU SIGMA
PRESIDENT Stewart Ware
Theta Nu Sigma, honorary science fra-
ternity, provides an opportunity for in-
creased fellowship among those having
scientific interests, encourages students to
enter graduate schools, recognizes excel-
lence in scholarship and leadership among
science students, and makes available to
members scientific facts and discoveries.
Membership is limited to majors in the nat-
ural and mathematical sciences who have
completed courses in three of the sciences
and have an overall index of 1.8 and an
index of 2.0 in the sciences. Each new
member must present a paper on some
phase of science.
FIRST ROW: Mr. McKenzie. D. Owen, J. Lewis, S. Ware, A. Scotfi J. Edwards. Judy
Edwards. SECOND ROW: E. Chancy, W. Jones, J. Whitfield. J. Guess^
The Bobashela staff is proud to present gracious
and lovely Marilyn as their top beauty.
From twenty nominees the judges selected a
tall, regal sophomore with blue eyes and brown hair
from Columbia. Miss Dickson is a Chi Omega
majoring in Elementary Education.
Miss Marilyn Dickson
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Miss Pat Mcintosh
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Miss Anna Dennery
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Miss Marilyn Kistenmacher
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Miss Lynn Simms
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m i^ «
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Miss Pat Mcintosh
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in American Colleges and
This year seventeen Millsaps students were elected for
membership in "Who's Who Among Students in Ameri-
can Universities and Colleges." These students were se-
lected by the faculty and administration on the basis of
leadership and participation in academic and extra-cur-
ricular activities, scholarship, citizenship.
Who's Who was originated in 1934 my Mr. H. P.
Randall as a directory of outstanding students in uni-
versities and colleges throughout the United States. Selec-
tion to Who's Who has a double distinction, in addition
to serving as a mark of outstanding achievement on the
college campus, the annual volume serves as a go-between
for future employees and graduating services.
Bill, co-captain of the football
team last year, is an economics
major, from Jackson. He is a
member of the M Club and the
Concert Choir. He was a mem-
ber of the Student Senate his
Junior year. He is now serving
as president of Kappa Alpha
Kay is a Religion Major from
Memphis. She has served as edi-
tor of the PURPLE AND
WHITE and secretary of the
Mississippi Collegiate Press As-
sociation. She is president of
Sigma Lambda, a favorite, an
assistant in the Religion Depart-
ment, and Rush Chairman in Chi
Marsha, from Yazoo City, is
a member of Sigma Lambda and
Kappa Delta Epsilon. She has
served as a class officer and has
been a member of the Concert
Choir. She was elected to the
Homecoming Court and a Favo-
rite. She is now serving as Sec-
retary of the Student Body.
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Sam is a History major from
Prairie Point. He was editor and
business manager of the PUR-
PLE AND WHITE and editor of
MAJOR FACTS. He is a mem-
ber of Omicron Delta Kappa, In-
ternational Relations Club, So-
cial Science Forum, and Kappa
Alpha of which he is correspond-
ing secretary. He served as vice-
president of the Miss. Collegiate
Steve is from Mena, Arkansas
and is a Religion major. He is a
member of Omicron Delta
Kappa, Schiller Gesellschaft, and
served as president of Disciples
Student Fellowship. He has been
on the President's List and
served as orientation co-chair-
Dudley is from Canton and is
a Religion Major. While at Mill-
saps, Dudley has served as pho-
tographer and assistant editor of
the P&W, president of Westmin-
ster, a member of the Ministerial
League and the Christian Coun-
cil, and recording secretary for
the Kappa Alpha Order. He is
now vice-president of the Senior
class and a member of the "M"
2f ' 's^^a^
Mary Parker Harmon
Dell is a History major from
Shreveport, Louisiana, has par-
ticipated in the Washington Se-
mester Program. She is vice-pres-
ident of Eta Sigma, president of
the International Relations Club,
treasurer of Chi Omega Sorority,
and a member of Sigma Lambda,
the Social Science Forum, and
the Majorette Club.
Mary Parker is an English
major from Jackson. She is a
member of Sigma Lambda, the
Majorette Club, the Honors Pro-
gram, the Concert Choir, and an
Officer in Chi Omega Sorority
and the Panhellenic Council.
Sally is also an English Major
who is from Greenville. She lists
among her activities Sigma
Lambda, the Honors Program,
feature editor of the P&W, Uter-
ary staff of the BOBASHELA,
and a member of Chi Omega
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Warren, who served this year
as President of the Student
Body, is a chemistry major from
Forrest. He is president of Omi-
cron Delta Kappa, a favorite,
and a member of Kit Kat, Theta
Nu Sigma and Kappa Alpha.
Larry is a biology major from
Vicksburg. He has served as a
sophomore and junior class offi-
cer and now president of the
senior class and was elected
Master Major. While at Millsaps
Larry has lettered in football and
track, and is an officer in Kappa
Paula is a Music major from
Grenada. She was elected Miss
Millsaps and is secretary-treas-
urer of the Junior class, soloist
in the Concert Choir, an officer
in Chi Omega, Orientation Co-
Chairman, president of Canter-
bury Club, Kappa Delta Epsilon,
and the Women's Council.
Mac is a Math major from
Jackson who is a member of the
Concert Choir and is the social
chairman of Kappa Alpha. He
has worked as a math assistant
and an orientation counselor.
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Doug, a Math major, is a sec-
tion leader of the Concert Choir
from Jackson. He is photogra-
pher for the BOBASHELA, and
assistant in the Department of
Pubhc Relations, and rush chair-
man of Kappa Alpha.
Gwen is a Math major from
Canton. While at Millsaps she
has served as vice-president of
Sigma Lambda, secretary-treas-
urer of Theta Nu Sigma, a mem-
ber of the Majorette Club, secre-
tary of the sophomore and senior
class, a cheerleader, Panhellenic
Council, Student Senate, and
president of Phi Mu.
Marilyn, a favorite from Mem-
phis, is a Spanish major. Her ac-
tivities include the Social Science
Forum, Majorette Club, Spanish
Club, Panhellenic Council,
YWCA, a cheerleader, president
of Chi Omega, and a member of
the Homecoming Court.
Ginger is from Poplarville and
a Psychology major. Ginger is
president of the Social Science
Forum, and treasurer of Kappa
Delta Epsilon. She is a member
of the Majorette Club, Sigma
Lambda, Theta Nu Sigma, the
Concert Choir and an officer of
SEATED: Sue McMurphy, Mary Ford McDougall, President;
Faye Triplett, Mary Parker Harmon, Mrs. Pate, Sponsor.
STANDING: Ann Cathy Williamson, Marilyn Stewart, Beth
Boswell, Lynda Yarbrough. Fentress Boone, Alix Hallman,
Maintaining high standards of intersorority life, unify-
ing interests of sorority and non-sorority women, and
promoting a spirit of cooperation with college authorities
are primary purposes of the Panhellenic Council. The
Council is composed of the presidents and two repre-
sentatives of each sorority on campus; Mrs. Pate is
advisor to the Council. Panhellenic seeks to create a
spirit of friendship at Millsaps. It compiles the rules
governing rush pledging, initiations on campus, and gen-
eral administration of Rush Week. In cooperation with
the I. F. C. they sponsor the Greek Night Dance, held
on the night of Pledging which completes Rush Week.
In 1962 The Panhellenic Council established a $100
scholarship to be awarded to an outstanding active soror-
ity woman. Each year the Council contributes $50 for
the school lunches of a Jackson Methodist orphan.
Offices on the Panhellenic Council are held according
to rotation system which places a representative from
each sorority in a different office each year.
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The Inter-Fraternity Council, which is composed of
two elected representatives of each fraternity, is desig-
nated to regulate and to govern the activities of the four
fraternities on the Miilsaps campus. The Council works
to create a spirit of brotherhood among the fraternities.
However, its biggest responsibility is the coordination of
Rush Week activities. It also seeks to unify fraternity
action in solving mutual problems and promote active
cooperation between the college administration and indi-
vidual fraternities. In November of this year the Inter-
Fraternity Council participated in a city-wide Muscular
Inter-Fraternity Council offices are also held by a
system of rotation which places a delegate from each
fraternity in office each year. This year's officers included
Roy Duncan, President; Doug Price, John Grayson, and
SEATED: Neal Blades. Ronny Rogers, and Luke Dove. STAND-
ING: Frank Wells. John Grayson. Roy Duncan, and Doug Price.
Roy Donald Duncan, president, presides at this meeting of the IPC.
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BETA SIGMA OMICRON
PRESIDENT Lynda Yarbrough
VICE PRESIDENT Martha Norman
PLEDGE TRAINER Faye Tatum
TREASURER Jennifer Lawrance
SECRETARY Pat Taylor
WARDEN Judy Michael
To be a Beta is to be a girl of many causes — some
serious, some slight, some lost, some light. She wears her
ruby and pink ribbons even when they clash; she sings
in song fest in spite of a head-cold; she wins at tennis by
default. But most of Beta's causes end triumphandy, as
evidenced by the Scholarship trophy and the Lambda
Chi field day cup.
Betas value individuality and thus their members have
various (and occasionally worthless?) causes.
Beta Sigs serve as presidents of two campus honor-
aries — Alpha Psi Omega and Pi Delta Phi. Other mem-
bers swell the ranks of the Social Science Forum, Ma-
jorette Club, Sigma Lambda, Eta Sigma Phi and Theta
Nu Sigma. There are Betas in the Young Republican
Club, singing in Madrigals and Chapel Choir, and writing
for the P & W. And the Betas are especially proud of the
Best Freshman Actress Award given to one of their sisters
by the Millsaps Players.
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Bell, D. R.
Clements. B. G.
Duval, M. P.
Dye, M. D.
Holliday, M. A.
Morris, R. A.
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PRESIDENT Marilyn Stewart
VICE PRESIDENT Paula Page
SECRETARY Sandra Rainwater
TREASURER Susan Barry
PLEDGE TRAINER Mary Parker Harmon
A crackling fire giving to the room a warm golden
glow, Johnny Mathis on the stereo, or actives and pledges
singing 'around the piano, girls laughing in the kitchen
while working on a pledge project or just cooking up a
pizza for dinner, this is the atmosphere of activity in the
Chi Omegas' new home. The Chi O's have a strong bond
of sisterhood, personified in their house on Sorority Row,
and they continually strive to strengthen their closeness.
They arc the campus leaders; the Editor-in-Chief and
staff members for the P & W, staff members on the
BOBASHELA, cheerleaders, active participants in Intra-
murals, and members of the choirs on campus. Other
members include Miss Millsaps, three of the top five
beauties (including number one), a campus favorite, six
members of Who's Who. Chi O's were also in Sigma
Lambda, I. R. C, Kappa Delta Epsilon, the Social Sci-
ence Forum, Majorette Club, and Eta Sigma.
Then on a lighter side the parties: rush parties, the
Fall and Spring Eleusinians, the Owl Man Party where
Jack Akers was named Owl Man, the Big Sister — Little
Sister Party, and the S. E. B.
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Harmon, M. P.
Lovejoy, S. E.
Mansell. M. F.
Nester, M. F.
Ray, M. J.
Weller, M. C.
Wroten, F. C.
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PRESIDENT Fentress Boone
VICE PRESIDENT Ginger White
SECRETARY Patsy Ward
TREASURER Joanne Edgar
ASSISTANT TREASURER Marion Taylor
EDITOR Mabel Mullins
MEMBERSHIP CHRMN Kathy Khayat
Mu chapter of Kappa Delta came to the Millsaps cam-
pus 'way back in 1897. Since that time the KD's have
acquired a reputation for being outstanding women on
campus. The Millsaps KD comes in assorted shapes and
sizes, from the Big City or the small town. Her interests
vary from knitting to foreign languages. But there are
certain things that all KD's have in common. Her favorite
flower is the white rose, and instead of the traditional
black and white, she'd rather see newspapers, T.V., any-
thing — in green and white. She draws the KD diamond
on all her notebooks and never forgets to wear her pin
to class, or anywhere she goes, for she's proud to be a
Kappa Delta. KD's are busy girls and Kappa Delta plays
a big part in their busy lives.
There are chapter meetings, charity projects, teas and
open houses for special occasions during the year, and the
White Rose Ball and Dagger Dance.
This year Kappa Delta is proud to claim among her
sisterhood, the Homecoming Queen and two maids of
the Court, two of the five top beauties, three class
favorites, SEB treasurer and Editor of the BOBASHELA.
A Kappa Delta was selected for membership in Who's
Who in American Colleges and Universities, two were
tapped to Sigma Lambda, and others are members in
various honoraries on campus.
May, D. L
McDougall, M. F.
Weir, S. A.
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PRESIDENT Gwen Ross
VICE PRESIDENT Peggy Atwood
SECRETARY Linda Mayfield
TREASURER .Kathy Lehman
PLEDGE TRAINER Mary Clay Murphy
Fifty years ago in a little garage, a long-held dream
became a reality, and Epsilon Chapter of Phi Mu Fra-
ternity was established at Millsaps. Since that time Phi
Mu has grown in size, ideals, and activities. After fifty
years chapter growth caused a move from the neat pink
and white cottage on North President Street to a new
Colonial-style brick lodge.
This Golden Anniversary year was one of bustling
activity with trips to the Little Red Schoolhouse, the
Enchantress Ball, intramural games, informal parties, the
annual fashion show, Philomathcans banquets, and work-
The effervescent Phi Mu spirit produced participants
in every phase of campus life. Outstanding leaders took
the form of the secretary of the Student Body and of the
junior and senior classes and the presidents of two dormi-
tories. Two Phi Mus were chosen as members of Who's
Who and Sigma Lambda, while two were BOBASHELA
beauties and favorite, a Homecoming Maid, a cheer-
leader, and the Lambda Chi Alpha Crescent Queen is
also a Phi Mu sister.
Phi Mu also produced the Student Life editor of the
BOBASHELA, the layout editor of the P & W, staff
members for both publications, members of the debate
team, the campus choirs, and numerous organizations on
campus. Phi Mu is very proud of her sisters who have
been tapped into the various honoraries on campus for
their leadership and academic abilities.
[ 136 ]
Bartle. M. D.
Hagwood. B. J,
Murphy, M. C.
Satterwhite, B. L.
Thomas, S. J.
[ 137 ]
I, Bill Barksdale; II, Richard Warren; III, Dudley Craw-
ford; IV, Sam Cole; V, Larry Ludke; VI, John South
Lewis; VII, Burnett Hull; VIII, Gene Ainsworth; IX,
Anywhere on Methodist Hill a Millsaps student might
wander, he'll likely stroll past a man of Kappa Alpha
Order. Upstairs in the Student Union the President and
Vice-President of the Student Body, both brothers of the
Order, can be seen at work, making decisions that so
vitally affect the college community. Down the hall, the
editor of MAJOR FACTS, the business managers of the
BOBASHELA and P & W, and the assistant editor of
the P & W are huddled. The sports enthusiast will notice
the half dozen KA brothers heroically fighting the grid-
iron battles of the mighty Millsaps Majors, or on the
Majors' basketball and baseball teams. Elsewhere, a stu-
dent will recognize one of the seven KA men who were
chosen for Who's Who in American Colleges and Uni-
versities. Or he might see the Master Major or the Presi-
dent and Vice-President of the Senior Class.
Even in the quiet solitude of one's room, the radio
blares forth with, "KA, Kappa Alpha, Ebenezer Travel-
lers, Kah . . ." That's right, KAs are almost everywhere
on this campus. But because they're the largest group on
campus, what else could be expected?
"She has two dreamy eyes of blue . . ." These words are heard as
the KA's seranade their Rose. Sandra Rainwater.
Thompson, J. J.
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GRAND MASTER John Grayson
GRAND TREASURER Ronnie Rogers
GRAND MASTER OF
CEREMONIES Dick Newsome
GRAND PROCURATOR Paul Miller
GUARD 1 Nick Rebold
GUARD II Jimmy Stubbs
GRAND SCRIBE Charlie Smith
SOOEY PIG . . . KAPPA SIG! Kappa Sig started off
another great year with a unique type of rush. We of
Kappa Sigma decided to remain exclusive this year, but
because there were some very outstanding rushees, we
were forced to pledge only the top fourteen.
Sigma is proud to boast of its outstanding brothers this
year. Rutledge, Football captain and Most Valuable
Player; Rogers and Tarver were Soph, class Pres. and
Vice Pres. respectively; Smith is "M" Club Pres. and
Basketball Captain; Roberts was a cheerleader and
BOBASHELA staff member; Kuebler received the O.J.'s
Beauty Lotion Award; and Lewand won the "Yelling at
Kahs Award." We are also proud of our three favorites,
Shannon, Smith and Roberts,
When the swimming pool is completed this summer,
Sigma invites the campus for a swim. (Bring your own
water.) Until then, we will see you at the Barn Dance.
SOOEY PIG . . . KAPPA SIG!
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LAMBDA CHI ALPHA
PRESIDENT Luke Dove
VICE PRESIDENT Curt Lamar
SECRETARY Joe Broom
TREASURER Fred Parker
SOCIAL CHAIRMAN Joel Levi
RUSH CHAIRMAN Frank Wells
PLEDGE TRAINER Gary Scales
Looking for a Lambda Chi? He may be the guy stand-
ing behind a lighting switchboard high in the Christian
Center. Maybe he's the fellow emoting on the stage
below. Look for him in the chambers of the Student
Senate, in various honoraries, on numerous athletic fields
and most certainly in the grill, complaining about the
general quality of the coffee.
If you can't find him there, try 434 Marshall Street.
(That's where they keep the Lambda Chi house.) There
you'll find him watching Chet and Dave and Dr. Casey,
playing cards, discussing weighty and not-so-weighty
matters with his brothers.
Stick around until he joins his brothers in song. Wait
for the line about . . . "The Cross and the Crescent, it's
the grandest thing." Notice the pride in his eyes.
Then you'll know for sure you've found a Lambda Chi.
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PI KAPPA ALPHA
PRESIDENT Ray Hester
VICE PRESIDENT Roy Duncan
SECRETARY Jack Akers
TREASURER Max Ostner
HISTORIAN Gary Fox
DREAM GIRL Thelma Bailey
"He rambled 'til he got the colors on . . ." The colors
are garnet and gold; the fraternity, Pi Kappa Alpha. In
1905, thirty seven years after its 1868 founding at the
University of Virginia, PiKA arrived at Millsaps College.
Since then the residents of 424 Marshall Street have been
well represented in campus activities, politics, honoraries,
and social life.
The Pikes just seem to have a knack for social func-
tions, as evidenced by the "Hell" party and the Cotton
Ball where the Dream Girl of PiKA is announced.
The Pikes are a fastidious few who have in their elite
number, two class presidents, one class vice-president, the
Chi Omega Owl Man, the President of Kit Kat, one
favorite, members in A.E.D., Alpha Psi Omega, the
I.R.C, and the president of the Inter-Fraternity. There
are also Pikes on the P & W, the BOBASHELA, and the
This group is a living testimony to just what can be
done with a sweatshirt and a subscription to Playboy.
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Head Football Coach
Coaches Thornton, Frost and Montgomery look over this year's
John Clark (70) and Melvin Smith (61) try to break through opposition blocking to tackle a hard-running halfback.
1963 Season is Disappointment For Majors
The 1963 football season was a disappointment in
many respects for both Major players and fans. Ending
the season with a 1-7 record, Millsaps had little to cheer
about through much of the year.
In the opening contest the Majors fell 29-14 to Arkan-
sas A&M. The next outing was nearly disastrous as they
came out on the short end of a 27-0 score.
In ensuing games the Majors fell to Harding 39-0,
Austin 23-0, Maryville 22-0 at Homecoming, and South-
western 27-6. The Majors finally broke into the win
column with a 13-7 conquest of Livingston State.
Millsaps ended the season by dropping a 42-13 decision
to powerful Ouachita on their home field.
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Halfback and End
Center Jimmy Boynton and three other Millsaps players jump to
bat down a pass.
Quarterback Alex Bass threw two touchdown passes to
give Millsaps its only win of the 1963 season.
But offense wasn't the whole show for the Majors.
Lewis Hatten and Bill Cherry playing in the defensive
backfield saved the day a number of times.
Millsaps started its victory drive in the third quarter
when the opening kickoff was taken, with Roger Lowery
using a seldom seen pass on the return. Several plays
later the payoff came when Jerry Drane gathered in a
Bass pass for the Majors first score. The try for the PAT
was bobbled and Livingston lead 7-6.
The Majors were not to be denied on this occasion,
however, as Pat Barrett recovered a Livingston fumble on
their 27 yard line. A few plays later Bass hit Bob Rut-
ledge with a strike, Rutledge's PAT was good, and the
Majors won 13-7.
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End John Gillis dives after a low pass with an opposition player.
Majors Fall 29-14
After making a strong go of it for three quarters, Mill-
saps' game Majors dropped the season opener to tough
The Arkansas team scored first and led 6-0, but Jim
Roberts pounced on a Weevil fumble and several plays
later Alex Bass passed to Doug Greene for the touchdown
and Greene booted the extra point to give Millsaps a 7-6
Each team scored again in the third quarter and Mill-
saps led 14-13 before the game-winning spree by the
Arkansans stopped Millsaps" chances to capture the sea-
son opener. In the final analysis it was not superior play
by the Weevils which gave them the game, but superiority
in numbers which resulted in their victory.
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[ 153 ]
Quarterback Alex Bass sweeps the end after a block has been thrown for him by Lewis Hatten.
Billy Joe Hurst
[ 154 ]
MILLSAPS BASKETBALL MAJORS hroiu row: Jack Ainsworth, Phil Converse. Richard Dunn. A. K. Jones, Crawley Stubblefield. Pete
Halat. Rudy Odom. Back ron\- Eddie Harper. Charlie Smith. Jim Roberts. Fred Rendfrey. Steve Scudder. Nat Ellis and Forrest Goodwin.
Coach James A. Montgomery
Sports Publicist. Sammy Clark
Manager Mike Staiano and Score Keeper
1964 Varsity Score Board
Forward Charlie Smith eyes the basket as he is guarded by Steve
Scroback of Belhaven.
[ 157 ]
Guard Rudy Odom of Millsaps struggles for a rebound with a
William Carey player.
Majors Post Top Record
"We have an experienced ball club with excellent ball
handling, pretty fair shooting, and fair speed," Millsaps
basketball coach described his team at the season's start.
His description has held true and been exceeded as the
Majors posted their best season since 1941.
Paramount in importance to the team this year were
Charlie Smith, a hard-driving forward; Jack Ainsworth,
a lightning quick guard; Fred Rendfrey, an able re-
bounder; Phil Converse, a demon on defense; and Forrest
Goodwin, an excellent shot.
Center Fred Rendfrey holds the ball away from Redmond of
Lambuth as Goodwin and Smith watch in the background.
Millsaps Cops Belhaven Trophy
Millsaps got the 1963-64 basketball season going with
a bang as they swept through neighboring Belhaven's
Invitational Tournament. In the first game the Majors
faced Livingston State of Alabama and after gaining a
wide margin in the first half, pulled out a 92-84 victory.
In the second encounter Millsaps faced Lambuth's
Eagles, which proved to be a tougher foe. However,
playing a superior brand of basketball, the Majors walked
off with the game, 68-60 and thus became champions of
Belhaven's first tourney.
The camera caught Millsaps' mainstay Phil Converse in the mid-
dle of a driving shot against William Carey.
From the looks on the faces of these Majors, it appears Millsaps
is facing a difficult situation on the court.
Forrest Goodwin looks in to center Fred Rendfrey as Rendfrey
prepares for the pass.
Guard Pete Halat, assisted by Charlie Smith and Fred Rendfrey,
defends against offense-minded Lambuth College.
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Millsaps' Charlie vies for position to capture a
rebound between two other players.
Crawley Stubblefield prepares to elude the opposition and drive
in for a lay-up.
Guard Rudy Odom prepares to
hit Center Fred Rendfrey with
a pass as he breaks for a shot.
Leading the Majors cheering section this year were: Kneeling,
Lynn Rutledge and Sandra Black; Standing, Marilyn Stewart.
Ford Williams, Dickie Roberts. Bob Bowling, Jimmy Hill, and
[ 163 ]
1964 Millsaps Track Team — Back Row: Freddy Davis, Jerry
Fitzgerald, Ronnie Maddux, Bruce Sumrall. Front Row: Bill
Currie, Bryant Boswell, and Bill Dodge.
Track Team — 1964
After a year of inaction in 1963, Millsaps plans to
field a track team this spring. Coach Thornton will
handle the team this year.
There are several performers who have had con-
siderable experience and though the number of people
to try out has been small, there seems to be a new en-
thusiasm developing at Millsaps for the spring sport.
Track team members from left to right: Freddy Davis, Ronnie Maddux,
Bill Currie, Bryant Boswell, and Bill Dodge make a practice swing around
the Millsaps oval.
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Ronnie Gilbert of the golf team drives down the fairway.
The inclusion of golf at Miilsaps allows those not inter-
ested in team sports to participate in varsity athletics.
Under the guidance of Miss Mary Ann Edge, the team
has done well in past years, as is evidenced by former
Miilsaps golfer Mary Mills, who won the 1963 Woman's
National Open Tournament.
GOLF TEAM— J. B. Griffin, Ronnie Gilbert. Tom DeWeese.
Sandy Sandusky and Charles Hallford.
1963 BASEBALL TEAM— Fronr row: Sammy Clark, Nick Re-
bold, Nat Ellis and Doug Greene. Second row: Jack Ainsworth,
Go-Go Shannon. Mauricio Goldwasser, and Coach Montgomery.
Third row: Don Mitchell, Marty Pearson, Tom Cooley, and
Earl Wentworth. Fourtli row. Bill Crosswell, Burnett Hull, Dean
Shaw, and Rod Bartlett.
Millsaps' Jack Ainsworth is recorded in the middle of a swing against Belhaven in a game that Millsaps went on to win.
The 1963 Millsaps baseball team recorded a 4-10
record for the season. Coach James Montgomery was in
charge of the 1963 edition, but in 1964 he is turning
over his duties to Coach Jack Frost.
Though the Majors recorded wins only over Belhaven
and St. Bernard, team members are looking forward to an
improved team if adequate pitching can be found.
Millsaps slugger. Bill Cherry swats one in a game against Bel-
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Kappa Sigma forward Doug Greene drives past Ward van Skiver and Scott Coffield of
Kappa Alpha for a score in intramural basketball.
The Intramural sports program at Millsaps, under the
direction of Coach Montgomery, adds to the development
of a more well-rounded college community. Sports offered
are volleyball, Softball, basketball, tennis, and golf, so that
each student can find something in which he excells.
All four fraternities and the Independents participate
in the activities and competition is usually keen.
In 1963 the Kappa Sigmas won the Intramural cham-
pionship and in the middle of the 1964 campaign were
threatening to retain possession of the crown.
Scott Coffield and Bob Rutledge go high on a jump ball as
George Pickett and Doug Greene get ready to control the tip.
OUT BY A STEP: Action shows boys' intramural Softball.
Independent Jimmy Boynton returns a shot as KA Coburn Ott
jumps to block the effort.
In volleyball action, Paul Miller goes up to swat the ball over the net.
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HOME RUN? Il could be ai Lambda Chi Jucl Levi takes a mighty
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Girls' Intramural basketball participants scramble for a rebound in an intra-sorority contest.
One of the ways to forget troubles and relieve tensions
for Millsaps girls is to participate in Intramural sports.
Miss Edge is in charge of the operation and does a fine
job each year.
Trophies are awarded in the team sports of volleyball,
basketball, and softball, while individual awards are made
in tennis, badminton and golf.
The Girls' Intramural Trophy is awarded to the group
with the most total points at the end of every school year.
Martha Byrd grimaces in anticipation as she prepares to send the
volleyball flying back over the net.
There's a mad scramble for the ball between KD's and Chi O's in this shot.
Mabel Mullins, KD forward and Marsha Karkula. Independent
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Independent Doonie Johnson and KD's Joy Weston and Nan McGahee watch a ball bounce off the rim and out of bounds.
guard, jump to get the tip as other players
await the outcome.
Remember . . .
the first day — moving in, your roommate, Orientation,
the congregation of boys in front of the Union, passing
judgment on the girls;
the drop you were asked to wear, then the pin;
the "hi's" between classes;
those you loved in The Visit and those you met while
working on My Fair Lady:
the fraternity and sorority parties;
the nights you burned the midnight oil;
the satisfaction of an "A" or the humiliation of an "F";
the classes you went to, slept through, or just dreaded;
"Dead Week" and "Dex";
your prayer before the exams and your "thank you"
when you were through;
all your work with seemingly no reward, until . . .
A new year begins with the occupation of the dorms. New
friends and experiences await these freshmen in the days ahead.
Because of the strange new haircuts, the college bookstore re-
ceives a great many orders for Freshman beanies.
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Rush Week at Millsaps culminates in one of the happiest and yet one of the most tearful occasions on campus — pledging.
Sally Embry and Chuck Hal-
ford, both of Memphis, won
the Freshman Day Costume
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"They did it, by Jove, they did it!"
Now do I look like the type that would get letters from a girl?
First semester for pledges means night after night of ^tiidy in
order to make that 1.0 average needed for initiation.
I know, Jerry, but don't you think that blue jeans, old tee shirts,
and cowboy boots is carrying this comfort bit a little too far.
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"She's laying eggs now, just like she used to
Hey wait! Is somebody going to the grill
Well, I don't know . . . Big Toe says she c;in keep the room, but I'm taking
my curtains, spread, rug and spraynet.
Delores Delgadillo from Nicaragua tmd^ that living in
Founders is quite an experience Here she and her
roommate, Clancy Denny converse in Spanish.
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"Put on your coat and get your hat; Leave your worries on the
doorstep." Beth Boswell sings for the Parade of Beauties.
"Please don't fall!", backstage beauties wish for their competitors
on stage in the Beauty Review.
These judges had a hard time choosing the beauties.
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Coaching from the sidelines comes from Polly and Larry as they
try to persuade the crownbearer to leave the lovely Homecoming
The sight of the five lovely members of the Homecoming Court made Millsaps
forget about the bitter weather and the disappointing score.
Anna Dennery and Beth Boswell added a little
slap-stick and comedy to their musical number
used in the Homecoming Talent Show.
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The "brawny" Sigs also have hearts, these delighted children
from the Methodist Home found out at the KS sponsored Easier
Really, I'm serious! It tasted just great!
Some people will do almost anything for money as these en-
thusiasts show in the unique Chi O Pledge Shaving Creme Fight!
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Lynn knew this picture was being tal<en. She just didn't want
it to look like she was camera hog.
But I KNOW somebody told me that Millsaps students don't
We have HOW many cans of that shaving cream left? Oh good!
I know you girls will be able to sell twelve cans each.
Pledging means more friendships made. And for the KD's it's
a retreat that brings the girls closer together.
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TOTE- SUM STORES
TO THE CLASS OF 1964
CONGRATULATIONS and BEST WISHES
Have you considered what it means to say, "I am an
alumnus (or alumna) of Millsaps College"? More is in-
volved than simply being able to wave a diploma in the
face of a prospective employer.
Your Millsaps diploma means more than that. It sug-
gests that you have a background which includes litera-
ture, religion, philosphy, languages, and science. It in-
dicates that you have the foundation for becoming an
educated person. Your Millsaps diploma will be respected
so long as Millsaps sustains its reputation as one of the
It is for these reasons that no apologies will be offered
when in future years you are asked to support your Alma
Mater — through contributions, in positions of leadership
in the Alumni Association, by becoming an informed
spokesman for Millsaps.
You chose your college. Did you not also, in choosing,
commit yourself to loyalty to and support of that college?