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listen! can you feel it? 




it's an in-step year .... 
a with-it year 




it's catching on! 




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come with us 




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on the way we'll stop for 




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a live-in or two 



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i made a mudpie once 




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and gave it to a friend 




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and in the news 
they say the war 




will 
end 



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VO bobashela • millsaps college • jockson, mississippi 




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administration 20 

students 40 

honoraries 76 

features 88 

greeks 112 

athletics 132 

activities 160 

student life 182 



julie-mac blood, editor ©erik hearon, business manager 



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dedication 



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mrs. martha galtney 



Any woman who can slide down a snow-banked hill on a 
cafeteria tray and outswim the counselors at orientation camp 
is remarkable. If she can also answer four phones at once, 
snitch coffee for Dean Christmas, doctor a cantankerous mim- 
eograph machine and keep smiling, she is Mrs. Martha Galt- 
ney. Those of us who spend a lot of time in the Student Person- 
nel office for one reason or another have the feeling that it is 
"Mrs. G." who runs the campus (with apologies to Dr. Graves). 
Not only is she willing to keep on working after everyone else 
has gone home, but her patience is inexaustible (even with edi- 
tors who are forever locking themselves out of the Bobashela 
office). When there is no problem, it's fun just to stop by for a 
quick chat. A charming lady and on indispensable part of Mill- 
saps — for this, Mrs. G., we dedicate to you the 1970 Bobashela. 



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nobody's perfect 



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dr. beniamin b. graves, president 



administration 




mr. John h. christmas, dean of students 




nnr. paul d. hardin. registrar; associate professor 
of engllsh 



nrs. glenn pate, dean of women 





mr. Howard I. corder, dean of 
men 



dr. Harold jocoby, dean of the faculty 



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mr. paul newsome. admissions 





mr. jack I. woodward, director of religious life 



mr. j. h. morrow, assistant to the presi- 
dent 




mr. James I. livesay. director of alumni 
relations 




mr. James barry brindley, development 




mr. iames f. parks, librarian 




nr. sam cole, admissions 



mr. iames w. wood, business manager 



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english 





nrs. mary j. dean; instructor of english; a.b., miss, college, a.m.. drew univ. 



dr. shIrley p. callen; associate professor of enqllsh, a.b.. 
millsaps college, a.m., ph.d., tulane univ. 





mr. robert padgett; associate professor of english; a.b., texas christian univ. a.m., 
vanderbilt univ. fulbright scholar, universite de clermont-ferrand. 



dr. george boyd; mllton christian white professor of english lit., 
a.b.. murray college, a.m.. univ. of icy., ph.d., Columbia univ. 



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miss mlldred morehead; associate professor of english, a.b., miss, state 
college for women, a.m., duke univ., advanced graduate work, Columbia 
univ., univ. of Wisconsin, univ. of Colorado. 



mr. daniel g. hise; instructor of english, a.b., univ. of calif., berkely, 
doctoral candidate tulane univ. 





mrs. lois t. blackwell; assistant professor of english, a.b., a.m., miss, 
college. 



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dr. William c. sallis; associate professor of history; b.s.. m.s., 
miss, state unlv.; ph.d., univ, of ky. 




dr. ross h. moore; professor of history; b.s., m.s., millsaps college; a.m., 
univ. of Chicago; ph.d.. duke univ. 



history, anthropology 





mr. ronald goodbread: instructor of history; b.s., m.s., miss, state univ.; 
ph.d., univ. of ky. 



dr. frank m. laney, jr.; professor of history, b.a., 
univ. of miss., m.a., ph.d., univ. of va. 



mrs. sue t. lucas; instructor of history, a.b., belhaven 
college: a.m.. misslssippi college. 





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mr. robert dodoo, ir.; instructor of anthropology; wesley 
univ., ghana. b.a., univ. of ghana; I. a., m.a.. univ. of calif.: 
ph.d. candidate, ucla. 



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mr. billy m. bufkln; associate professor of Spanish, a.b., 
a.m., texas technological college, advanced graduate work, 
tulane univ., universidad de madrid. 




mrs. nellie hederl; associate professor of Spanish, 
a.b., mscw, a.m., tulane unlv. 



mrs. magnolia coullet; associate professor of latin and german, a.b., 
mlllsaps college, b.m. bel haven college, m.a. unlv. of penn. (latin). 
m.a., univ. of miss, (german). 




ancient languages 

Spanish 

german 




mr. iames k. van houten; instructor of german, college 
of tfie city of new york, graduate work ot Cornell univ. 




mr. John guest; associate professor of gernnan, a.b., 
unlv. of texas, a.m.. Columbia univ. 



dr. george r. stepfienson; professor of greek, a.b., 
millsops college, b.d., univ. of the soutfi, II. d. 
(fionorary) miss, college. 



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mr. hilliard e. saunders; Instruc+or of french, b.a., m.a., I.s.u., ad- 
vanced graduate work, I.s.u., diplome de cours de civilisation fran- 
caise, sorbonne (parls). 




french 




miss elizabeth craiq; professor of french, a.b. barnard college, 
Columbia univ., a.m., Columbia univ., diplome de la sorbonne, 
ecole de preparation des professeurs de franca is a I'etranger, 
faculte des letfres, universite de paris, advanced graduate work, 
Columbia univ., palmes academiques. 



mrs. genia m. folgelson; b.o., millsaps, m.o., 
graduate work, n.y. univ. 



n.y. univ., advanced 



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mrs. myrtis flowers meaders; associate professor of education, b.s., mlllsaps college, 
m.ed.. misslssippi college. 



miss aline richardson: instructor of education, b.s., unlv. of ala- 
bama, m.ed. miss, state univ., advanced graduate work, miss, 
state univ. 




education 



dr. robert edgar moore; professor of education, a.b., birmingham southern college, a.m., 
univ. of alabama, ed.d., george peabody college for teachers. 



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mathmatics 



dr. samuel knox; b.e. mitchell professor of mathematics; 
university of mississippi; ph.d., Virginia polytechnic institute. 





mr. arnold ritchie,- associote professor of mathematics, b.s. northeastern state 
college of Oklahoma; m.s. Oklahoma state university; advanced graduate 
work, university of tennessee. 



dr. robert shive; professor of mathematics, 

b.a., m.a., southern method ist university; 
ph.d., iowa state. 





mrs. mary robinson; instructor of mathematics; b.s. george 
peabody college. 



mr. Herman mckenzic; associate professor of mathematics; b.s. millsops 

college; m.ed., m.s., university of mississippi. 



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dr. richard baltz; associate professor of economics and business administra- 
tion; b.b.a., m.s., baylor university; ph.d. university of orkonsas. 




mr. John odoms; assistant professor of political 
science; o.b. rice university; l.l.b. university of 
texas. 




mr. Samuel nicholas; assistant professor of economics and business administra- 
tion; b.b.a., m.b.a., university of mississippi; l.l.b. jockson school of law. 





mr. Howard bavender; assistant professor of political science; o.b. 
college of idaho; a.m. university of Wisconsin; post graduate work, 
university of texos, university of mossachusetts. 



mr. Steve carroll wells; instructor in accounting; b.a., m.a., university of 
mississippi; c.p.a. 



economics 

political science 



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mr. rondal e. bell; associate of biology, a.b., wllllam Jewell college, m.s., univ. of 
new mexico- 



dr. James p. mckeown; assistant professor of biology, 
b.s., univ. of the south, m.s., univ. of miss., ph.d, miss, 
state univ. 



dr. James c. perry; professor of biology, a.b., a.m., st. louls univ.. 
ph.d, univ. of Cincinnati. 



biology 




mr. robert b. nevlns; professor of biology, a.b., wash. univ. 
m.s., univ. of texas. 




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dr. alien d. bishop; assistant professor of chemistry, b.s., millsaps 
college, m.s., louisiana state univ.. ph.d, univ of Houston. 




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dr. charles e. cain; professor of chemistry, b.s., univ. of no. 
Carolina, a.m., ph.d, dulce univ. 





dr. r.a. berry; associate professor of chemistry, b.s., miss, college, ph.d., 
univ. of n.c. 



chemistry 



dr. george a. ezell: assistant professor of chemistry, b.s. miss, 
college: m.s., florida state univ., ph.d, univ. of miss. med. center. 



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geology, physics 




dr. richard prlddy; professor of geology, b.s., ohio northern 

univ., a.m., ph.d., ohio state univ. 




mr. donald faulkner; Instructor of physics, b.s., millsaps college, m.s., univ. of 
rochester. 





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mr. charles galloway; associate professor of physics, b.s., millsaps 
college, a.m., advanced graduate work, duke univ. 




mr. Wendell Johnson; associate professor of geology, b.s.. m.s., 
kansas state univ., advanced graduate work, missouri school of 
mines, univ. of missouri. 



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dr. James a. montgomery; chairman, department of physical edu- 
cation and athletics, a.b., birmingham southern college, m.a., 
ed.d. george peabody college. 




mr. Howard corder; head basketball coach, b.a., univ. 
of ky., m.o., advanced work univ. of so. miss. 





miss mary ann edge; director of physical education for 
women, b.s,, m.s., univ. of miss. 



physical education 




mr. \. harper davis; assistant professor of physical education, head 
football coach, b.s., m.ed., miss, state univ., advanced graduate 
work, miss, state univ. 



nnr. thomas t. ranager; instructor of physical 
education, assistant football coach, b.s., miss, 
state univ. 



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dr. edmond venator; instructor of psychology,- b.o. university of buffalo,- 
ph.d. emory. 




mrs. fronces h. coker; instructor of sociology; o.b. 
millsops college; m.s.t. illinois institute of 
technology; graduate work, university of north 
corolino. 



psychology 
sociology 




dr. douglos draper; instructor of psychology; b.o., ph.d., 
university of tennessee. 




dr. mickey clam pit; instructor of sociology; b.o. northwestern 

university; ph.d. harvard university. 



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philosophy, religion 





dr. lee reiff; associate professor of religion; o.b., b.d. southern method ist 
university; a.m., ph.d., yale university. 



dr. robert bergmork; professor of philosophy; a.b. emory university; 
s.t.b., ph.d., boston university. 




mr. michoel mitlos; Instructor of philosophy; a.b. union college 
graduate v/ork, university of missourl, university of Waterloo. 




dr. t.w. lev/ts; associate professor of 
religion; a.b. mliisops college; b.d. 
southern methodlst university; ph.d. drew 
university. 




mr. robert anding; associate professor of 
religion; o.b. mlllsaps college; a.m. mississlppi 
college; b.d. emory university. 



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music 




mr. francis polanski; instructor of 
music, b.m., unlv. of rochester. m.m. 
univ. of michiqan. 





mr. leland byler; professor of music, a.b., goshen college, 
m.m., northwestern univ. 



r/*, -^.n ,v.-- 



mr. Jonathan sweat; associate professor of music, b.s., 
m.s., the lulliard school of music, advanced graduate 
work, Columbia univ., univ. of michiqan. 





mr. donald kilmer; assistant professor of music, 
b.m., m.m., Indiana univ.. advanced graduate 

work, univ. of kansas, univ. of ill. 



mr. mccarrell ayers; instructor of music, b.s., 
univ. of rochester, m.m., Indiana univ. 



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mcASf 

PUSH HA HOI 




miss lucy webb millsaps; instructor of art, b.f.o., 
newcombe college, tulane univ., m.a. univ. of 
miss. 



mr. lance goss; associate professor of speech, a.b., mill- 
saps college, a.m., advanced graduate work, northwestern 
univ. 




speech, art 



mr. karl wolfe; Instructor of art, b.f.a. chicago art 
Institute, wllllam m.r. french fellowship, study 
abroad, study and' teaching, penn. school of art. 



mr. orvel e. hooker; assistant professor of 
speech, director of forenslcs, b.a., ouachlta univ., 
s.t.b., s.t.m., temple univ. 



mr. wllllam d. rowell; assistant 

professor of art, b.f.a., mem phis 

academy of arts, m.f.a. univ of 
miss. 





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nobody. 



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bruce adams; 
seabrook, fexas 



dian anderson; 

chi O; 

Jackson 




senior officers: noomi tottis, robert ward, david dark 




nancy babb; 

Jackson 

Kenneth wayne barton; 

cedorhurst 

Isabel irrigo blackwell; 

Jackson 



Cindy brunson; chi O; 

Jackson 

zack t. buckalew; 

pineville, louisiana 

joe g. burnett; 

cartnage 




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seniors 



david dark; 

west point 

foster collins; ko; 

jockson 

dee f. conerly; 

jockson 



elizobeth compbell; chi o; 

west point 

margoret covin; 

natcTiez 

chorles dork; sn; 

jockson 




maybe we're not the light of humanity 




carol cook; kd; 
lakeland, florido 
eugene h. countiss, jr.; ko; 
new Orleans, louisiana 
donna daniel; kd; 
foyetteville, tennessee 



beth dovis; phi mu; 

memphis, tennessee 

jerrelyn dennis; phi mu; 

ellisville 

betty elliott; phi mu; 

tylertown 




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richard h. eirod; 

Jackson 

will ezelle; pika,- 

Jackson 

molly fewel; chi O; 

meridian 





Joel ray flynt; 

d'lo 

John m. ford, jr., 

boldwyn 

brendo goddy; 

rolling fork 



tom gerold; ko; 

leland 

horlan gerrisfi; 

pataka 

don albert gibson,- 

jockson 



peggy jo gillon,- 

Jackson 

chris ginn; 

Jackson 

lorry goodpaster,- Ixo; 

senotobia 









ben graves; ko; 

Jackson 

John hamby; ko; 

itta bena 

phyliss harris; chi O; 

cary 



del kothy harvey; 

tylertown 

erik hearon; piko; 

Jackson 
J.; James ronald herring,- ks; 
I gulfporf 



but we've gone through hel 





beth hood; 

hat+iesburg 

madeline gail hunecke; z+a; 

decatur, georgia 

cindy Jordan; chi o 

rolling fork 



coela Jordan; 

greenville 

paul rodgers Jordan; 

Jackson 

becky kelly; 

Collins 



to get this for and 



langford knight; ka; 

meridian 

karen anne krause; 

Jackson 

richard smy+he kuebler; ks; 

staten island, new york 



mack alan land; 

dekalb 

Julia laney; phi mu; 

memphis, tennessee 

clyde lea; 

aberdeen 




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patricla lesh; zta; 
Jackson, tennessee 
arthur liles; ka; 
monroe, loulslana 
patty mccarty; kd: 
magee 




paul d. mccearley; 

Jackson 

dianne mcgovern; 

kansas city, missouri 

Caroline massey; phi mu; 

little rock, arkansas 




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rodney meeks; Ixo; 

coral gables, florida 

leroy molsteod; Ixo 

Jackson 

Kenneth lewis morrison; 

meridian 



jane mosely,- 

tupelo 

andy mullins; ko; 

macon 

ginger murphree; 

aberdeen 




to leave our mark 




annie murphy,- phi mu; 

Cleveland 

deboroh nelson; 

yazoo city 

dianne partridge; chi O; 

meridian 



berry plunkett; piko; 

tupelo 

morion reid; 

Jackson 

Joyce morrisoH; 

fulton 




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tru rodgers; kd; 

Carthage 

margoref sample,- phi mu; 

verona 

lisa schonlau; phi mu; 

monroe, louisiana 





Janice faye scotf 
magnolia 



lynn e. shurley, jr.; Ixa; 
meridian 





bill Simpson; piko; 

sumner 

edward h. simpson,- 

winona 

lillie smith; 

Jackson 




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John sutphiri; Ixo; 

state college 

naomi tattis; chi O; 

Jackson 

Jeanne terpstro; chi O; 

Jackson 



melford smith; ks 

aberdeen 

iimmy speer; 

Jackson 

dovid p. stokes; 

pascagoula 




before drowning in the bliss of our ideals 




pam upshaw; 

ocean springs 

morion wainwright; zta 

canton 

robert e. ward; ko; 

meridian 



susan white; phi mu; 

new Orleans, louisiana 

John wilkerson; 

gulfport 

betty onn willioms; phi mu; 

meridian 




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debbie williams; chi o; 
ackson, fennessee 
robert lorry williams; 
brookhaven 
david ray Williamson; 
Jackson 





ralph wittal, iii; 

gulfport 

alex wright; Ixo; 

westwood, new jersey 

Ion wyati; ks; 

Jackson 




ron a. yorbrough; ko; 
Jackson 



jane zickler,- chi O; 
florence, alabama 




so . . . we're the ''pepsi'' generation 




junior officers: anne hart morrow, jomie pierce, bill boerner 



terry bailey; Ixo; 

handsboro 

elaine bailas; 

greenwood 

melonie bantling; chi O; 

Columbus, Ohio 




gene aldridge; 

Columbia 

dick aubert; piko; 

gulfport 




robert jerry betterton; ks; 

bruce 

warren black; piko; 

dorsey 

julie-mac blood; chi O; 

Jackson 

Detsy carole brasell; 

grenada 



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ellen bready; chi O; 

greenwood 

carl brooking; piko; 

hazelhurst 

burrell brown; 

mothiston 

judi bullock; phi mu; 

clinton 



pomelo c. copps; 

memphis, tenn. 

Mil carpenter; chi O; 

botesville 

ieonord p. chambliss; 

Jackson 



robert dark; 

raymond 

goyle covington; zto; 

woterford 



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mory craft; kd; 
laurel 




keith coppage; 

biloxi 

mike dovidson; ks; 

pine bluff, ark. 

Jesse franklin dees; Ixa 

poscagoulo 



morcelie dessommes; phi 

long beach 

linda sharon dorsey; 

apple valley, calif. 

candice m. dudley; chi o; 

meridian 

marcella dunn; phi mu; 

lexington 




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david benson dye; pika,- 

clarksdale 

beverly fabian; 

Jackson 

alice ann fesmire,- 

mccomb 

lolly flett; ZtO; 

shreveport, la. 



nan ford; kd; 

baldwyn 

mary glosco; kd; 

Cleveland 

billy dale godfrey; ko; 

richton 

glenda graves; chi O; 

memphis, tenn. 



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think about the draft, graduation, marriage . . . . 

auugh! 




charles r. gray,- sigma chi; 

Jackson 

rosemary gregg; phi mu; 

taylorsville 

margaret griffin bailey,- chi O; 

starkville 

warren hamby; 

Jackson 



beverly hairston,- 

Jackson 

gordon horris; 

pontotoc 

charles harvey; pika 

Jackson 

doc hicks; pika; 

natchez 







iames a. holder,- 

horn lake 

Joel howell; 

iackson 

kenneth hunnphries; ks,- 

greenwood 

mike Johnson,- Ixa,- 

centreville 



barbara jones; kd; 

Jackson 

regina s. jordon; kd,- 

laurel 

shellie kenno; chi O; 

Charleston, s.c. 

karin leftwich; chi o,- 

jackson, tenn. 



trudy little; kd; 

Jackson 

robert b. lundy; 

greenville 

billy mckie; piko; 

batesville 

christi meek; zta; 

eupora 



Jeanne middleton; 
ft. benning, ga. 
lem mitchell; ks; 
atlanta, ga. 
ioanna mitzelliotou; 
athens, greece 
bobby moore; piko; 
tupelo 




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relax man! there's plenty of time . . . . 



anne hart morrow,- kd; 

webb 

dove newtori; 

crystal springs 

suson nicholsori; kd; 

iockson 

Kenneth o'keefe; piko; 

clorksdale 



mike ozborn; 
union 

bill Patrick; piko; 
tupelo 

erwin peyton, jr.; 
raymond 

omie pierce; chi o 
greenwood 





shoron piper; phi mu; 

la grange park, ill. 

Curtis m. powell; 

mt. olive 

alice rheo; chi O; 

Jackson 

susan richardsoH; ch 

tupelo 



frances richter; chi o 
greenwood 
nancy riddle; chi O; 
memphis, tenn, 
potricia rowen; 
son rafael, calif, 
nick sabatini, Ixo; 
iackson 



becky saxton; 

Jackson 

Janice self; phi mu; 

new olbany 

becky shuttleworth; chi O; 

indianolo 

angelyn sloan; kd; 

Jackson 



droyton beecher smith; ks; 

memphis, tenn. 

James thomos smith; 

jockson 

John spencer; 

jockson 

robert g. spring; 

smithdale 




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barbara stauss; phi mu; 

ackson 

oanne Stevens,- chi O; 

ackson 

bob strong; Ixq,- 

Columbia, ill. 




ellen terrell; kd; 

prentiss 

georgia onne thatcher,- kd; 

gulfport 

jack thomas; ks; 

new york, n.y. 



susan thompson; 

Jackson 

gene van every; ko; 

columbus 

Christina ward; 

Jackson 



Chester wotson; chi O; 

leland 

nan weakley; 

memphis, tenn. 

Judy Wilson; 

greenwood 






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sophomores 



SO what's so groovy about self-identity 




sophomore class officers; don lewis; mike sturdivant; ruth marrett 




Jeanne barnard; chi O; 
memphis, tenn. 
becky bornes; chi O; 
tupelo 



suson bartling; chi O; 

Jackson 

mark bebensee,- piko; 

meridian 

marsa beck; phi mu; 

ocean springs 



beverly bobbs; 

rolling fork 

brencTa brown; kd; 

Jackson 

sue butler; 

vicksburg 

claudia carithers; chi O; 

meridian 



dempsey amacker; ko; 
nafcnez 



lamar baker; ks; 
brookhaven 



terre balof; 
clarksdale 





SB 




barbara champion; chi O; 

greenwood 

Connie childress; phi mu; 

flora 

charles Christopher,- 

meridian 

kay clarke; phi mu; 

St. Joseph, la. 




debbie collir 
iackson 
beckie cook; 
meridian 
jon Crocker; 
gulfport 



kd; 



claire crofford; chi o; 

iackson 

beverly davis; kd; 

new albany 

sue henry davis; chi O; 

mayersville 



doug douglas; piko; 
memphis, tenn. 
carlene endter; phi mu; 
aberdeen 



corinne ewing; zto; 

nashville, tenn. 

fred ezelle; piko; 

Jackson 

robbie forr; Ixo; 



anno field; kd; 
herndon, va. 
george fleming; 
Jackson 

robert ford; piko; 
Jackson 
nancy foster; 
biloxi 



nancy fulgham; phi mu; 
port gibson 

margaret gault; phi mu; 
leland 







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when it just zaps you into soph slump? 








Jennifer qoolsby,- 
centrevilTe 



bill graham; piko; 
morris, ill. 



janis groves; kd; 
Jackson 



georgia gwin,- zto; 
new Orleans, lo. 



James hagan,- 
mccomb 
robin Hamilton; 
fairfax, va. 



Steve hand; 
i Jackson 
^ Virginia harkey; chi O; 
monroe, la. 
camille horris; 
pontotoc 



Susan hassell; ztO; 
memphis, tenn. 
george haymans; piko; 
gainsville, ga. 
charlie howorth; 
Jackson 






lAfWA' 



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van hobbs; piko; 

brookhaven 

marianne hogan; zto; 

vicksburg 

tommy holder; ko; 

laurel 



bill holt; 
memphis, tenn. 
fran nouser; chi o; 
dyersburg, tenn. 
torn hudsori; 
shubuta 



dianne humphries; phi mu; 
hermonville 
karia jabour; 
vicksburg 




bessie Jordan; 

greenville 

linda kennedy; 

Jackson 

dick king; piko; 

Jackson 





charles jemison; 

indianola 

debby Jennings; phi mu 

mericiian 



richard jones; ks; 
memphis, tenn. 



emmett king; ks; 

Jackson 

herbert lamb; Ixo; 

jockson 

martha lewis; phi mu; 

Jackson 



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becky maize,- chi O; 
germantown, tenn. 
Connie maize,- chi o,- 
germantown, tenn. 
ann majure,- 
newton 



volerie mangum; 
magee 

Cynthia mann; 
memphis, tenn. 
don marascolco; ks; 
clarksdale 




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pam lippard; zto; 
Drookhoven 
ronnie mccollum,- 
acworth, go. 
John mcdonald; 
laurel 

rick mcewen; Ixo; 
baton rouge, la. 




ruth marett; kd; 
batesville 




Cindy matheny; 
Jackson 




bill mauldin; piko; 
pontotoc 



Steve meeks; Ixa,- 
nassau, bahomas 





margaret meyer; 

Jackson 

melissa milonas; chi o; 

lyon 

jeannette miltenberger; zto; 

Covington, lo. 

bruce mitchell; 

Jackson 



emily mitchell; chi O; 

vicksburg 

jane mitchell; chi O; 

tupelo 

gory moore; piko; 

tupelo 

joe moorc; piko; 

iockson 



onne murphy; chi O; 
grenoda 

jock niX; IXQ; 

nattiesburg 

vern pock; chi O; 

laurel 

mike parnell; piko; 

meridian 




for us ''to live is to dance'' 



richard pharr; piko; 
Jackson 



ann provost; kd; 
gulfport 



don roberts; Ixo; 
long beach 




lyndo prother; 
Jackson 



Cynthia robertS; ztO; 
sordis 



may robertS; 
florence 



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lou salvo; kd; 
natchez 



donna schwaiger,- 
Cordova, tenn. 



torn shipp; piko; 
fayette 



joe sills; 
monchester, ga. 




^.k. 



george schimmel; 
rolling fork 



madeleine sellers,- zto; 
iackson 



nancy shook; phi mu; 
iackson 



becky smith; ztO; 
jonesville, la. 




word smith; ks; 

Columbus 

kevin stauffer; ks; 

morton 

lynn stevens; kd; 

richton 

jim stout; piko; 

meridian 



bill smith; 1X0; 
centreville 
gale smith; kd; 
grenada 

marietta smith; zto 
clevelond 
portia smith; 
vicksburg 




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mike sturdivant; piko; 

glendora 

Steve tilghman; ko; 

Jackson 

melvin ulmer; 

new Orleans, la. 

bedford walker; piko; 

tupelo 



leonette walker; 

west point 

jo Walton; phi mu; 

ellisville 



patti warren; phi mu; 
laurel 

morgaret williams; 
oceans springs 
joe Wilson; piko; 
memphis, tenn. 
billy woodall; Ixo; 
meridian 




and anyone can dance 




tommy woodall; Ixo; 
meridian 



Judy wright; zto; 
memphis, tenn. 



dotty zicklet; chi O; 
florence, ala. 




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freshmen 



action is ... . here. 




freshman class officers: bobby moore, ann harland green, bob Williamson 




dwight adcock; 

kosciusko 

linda carol alexander,- zto; 

oxford 

Jamie ending; piko; 

Jackson 

lowry ash; Ixo; 

Jackson 



William c. atkinson; Ixo; 

baton rouge, la. 

penny atwood; kd; 

meridian 

randy bentley; ko; 

greenville 

debbie bogon; chi O; 

meridian 



Catherine boozman; phi mu; 

Jackson 

robert brantley; ks; 

Jackson 

blann britton; ks; 

crawfordsville, ark. 

patricia brooks; chi o; 

Jackson, tenn. 



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spurgeon buckley; piko; 

newton 

Steve burnetf; piko; 

meridian 

ed butler; 

Jackson 

Cynthia cornathan; chi O; 

meridian 



phil catchings; piko; 

Jackson 

marsha caves; phi mu; 

brook haVen 

dorothy chodwick; kd; 

Jackson 

mimi chambers; 

memphis, tenn. 



waiter choate, jr.; ko; 

greenville 

aliyn dark; chi O; 

laure' 

eric c. dark; ko; 

taylorsville 

don Clifford; Ixo 

clinton 





Judy clinton; phi mu; 

Jackson 

paulo coe; 

Jackson 

mariana converse; kd, 

Jackson 

William lewis cook; ka 

Jackson 



bob cor ban; ko; 

fayette 

george Cunningham; ko; 

greenville 

butch dailey; ks; 

lithonia, go. 

paul allan dancsisin; ks; 

pattersonville, n.j. 



William darsey, jr.; ko; 

fayette 

f ranees h. davis; chi O; 

kosciusko 

millard I. davis; 

Jackson 

laurey deere; 

mccomb 



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doug dunri; ko; 

greenville 

diana jo dyess; 

Jackson 

frank ezelle,- pika 

iockson 



ronold feather,- 

clarksdole 

micky felder; pika,- 

Jackson 

shelia fox; phi mu; 

Jackson 

alicia freeman; phi mu; 

oxford 



henri alyce fuller,- chi O; 

clarksdale 

joe gheesling; ks,- 

covington, ga. 

joel gill; ks; 

Jackson 

trey gist; ks; 

alexandria, la. 



george w. gober; piko; 

Jackson 

Carole goettman; 

houston, texas 

iohn goolsby; Ixo; 

falls church, va. 

candy graves; kd; 

natchez 



ann harland green; kd; 

corinth 

margie a. green; 

Jackson 

mary hagwood; phi mu; 

clarksdaTe 

rochel hallas; kd; 

brookhaven 



Jennifer hargett; zto; 

Jackson 

sally lou harlon; phi mu; 

greenwood 

diene harper; kd; 

Jackson 

gaylon harper; ks; 

laurel 




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and our problems included 



randy harrop; ks; 
Columbia 



lucy katherine hathorn,- chi O; 
oxford 



phebe heard; chi O; 
natchez 




mark hearon,- plka,- 

Jackson 

susan henry; phi mu; 

indianola 

robert herring; 

winona 



borbara d. hoch; kd; 

meridian 

Carolyn r. holder; chi O; 

laurel 

frank hollingshead; 

ellisville 

terry margaret hollingworth; 

natchez 



James holston; 

laurel 

jeannine howell; kd; 

state college 

John e. howell; ks; 

meridian 

michelle hudson; 

Jackson 




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jan kleiri; 
baton rouge, la. 




bob locour; piko; 
meridian 



becky hunt; phi mu; 

decatur, ala. 

dena fair Jackson,- chi o; 

kosciusko 

jeri Jeffreys; phi mu; 

Jackson 

nerman jew; piko; 

greenwood 



Sandra kaiser; 
Jackson 

Virginia h. kelly; chi O; 
dyersburg, tenn. 
helen kendrick; chi O; 
homer, la. 
michael kernell; 
memphis, tenn. 



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new 
york mets 




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sharon lamke,- phi mu; 
ocean springs 
dave legler; ks; 
boulder city, nevado 
lynn levey,- 
Covington, la. 



alvin loewenberg, jr.; Ixo; 

kosciusko 

gracey loftin,- kd; 

moss point 

ivenue love,- 

meridian 

jonet lowry; 

meridian 



luanne lyle; 

tupelo 

deborah mcalilly; kd; 

new albany 

michele mcbride,- kd; 

laurel 

eleanor mccutcheon; 

iackson, tenn 



ova mcdaniel; 

mccomb 

chris mcewen; Ixo; 

baton rouge, la. 

mike mcgee; 

meridian 

berlinda mckinley; 

Jackson 



Hugh mckinnon; Ixa 

hattiesburg 

hal malchow; piko; 

gulfport 

albert desha malone; 

Hernando 

iim manning; ks; 

bellaire, texas 



ronnie marascaico; ks; 

clarksdale 

david marsh; ks; 

Jackson 

ralph scott mayer; Ixo; 

baton rouge, la. 

cele meacham; kd; 

batesville 




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greq meadows,- Ixo; 
starKville 
rhonda miller; 
moss point 
glenn m, mills,- 
pascagoula 
Iccthryn minyard; kd; 
jackson 



ann mitchell; chi O; 

tupelo 

beth mitchell; chi o; 

meridian 

kay mitchell; 

otlanta, go. 

kathy montgomery; 

httle rock, ark. 





bobby moore; ~ 

Jackson 

charlene moore; phi mu; 

memphis, tenn, 

jane moore; zto; 

greensboro, n.c. 

jean moore; phi mu; 

holly springs 



jon mullin; phi mu; 

Jackson 

philip murroh; ks; 

germantown, tenn, 

martho d. murray; 

notchez 

nancy nease; phi mu; 

memphis, tenn. 



kay neff; phi mu; 

hollandale 

ben nelson; piko; 

Jackson 

david w. nonnemacher; 

mobile, ala. 

debbie norris; chi o; 

greenwood 




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tommy o'brien; piko; 

natch'ez 

laura owens; 

Jackson 

robert porker; Ixo; 

heidelberg 

Stephanie parsutt; phi mu; 

matagorda, texas 



morvin e. peorson, iii; 

houston 

signs peorson; kd; 

botesville 

elizobeth poole; chi o; 

epps, la. 

carol I. powell; 

jockson 



enthusiastic, and proving 




linda c. redden; 
memphis, tenn. 
John reid; piko; 
Jackson 

fron rheo; chi O; 
dyersburg, tenn. 
jim rhoden; ks; 
Columbia 



kd; 




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scott robertson; 

memphis, tenn. 

jan rochester; phi mu; 

Chattanooga, tenn. 

dee rosenblatt; 

Jackson 

ianet Sanderson,- kd; 

laurel 



lois sondusky; chi O; 
memphis, tenn. 
david sawyer; ks; 
pass christian 
robert e. schobot; Ixa,- 
oak ridge, tenn. 
calvin lee Schuster,- 
brandon 



eddie shelnut,- ks; 

Jackson 

jack sills; 

manchester, ga. 

corolyn o. slaughter; 

forest 

Steve slay; ks; 

utica 




spirit lies, not 
in one . . . 
but in all 




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frances smith; zta 
Jackson 



keith starrett; ks; 

magnolia 

joe Stevens, jr.; piko; 

Jackson 

ann sumner,- 

hattiesburg 

laura a. talley,- chi o; 

dyersburg, tenn. 



tim terpstra; piko; 

jockson 

alien thomas; ka,- 

greenville 

dan thornton; ko; 

meridian 

nancy towler,- phi mu; 

natchez 



billie rose ulmer; 

vicksburg 

jim walker; ks; 

memphis, tenn. 

rae anne weaver; kd; 

gulfport 

jane wells; chi o; 

long beach 



wayne west; 

morton 

Sandra Williamson; phi mu; 

crystal springs 

linda Wilson; zto; 

Jackson, tenn. 

terrell e. wilson; 

jockson 



terry winstead; piko; 

meridian 

jane woosley; phi mu; 

clinton 

becky youngblood; 

olive branch 

rocky zachry; 

meridian 




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there's no greater burden 
than a great potential . . . . 



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omicron delta kappa 



Ten's leadership 







John sutphin 
dr. knox 
erik hearon 
dr. moore 
dr. laney 
chip ford 



david dark 
frankie chotham 
John durrett 
robert ward 
bill Patrick 
terry bailey 



Sigma lambda 



women's leodership 



not pictured: 
dr. graves 
ken humphries 
lynn shurley 
mike coker 





dionne partridge 
alice rhea 
Connie cavett 
kathy murray 
Caroline massey 
candy dudley 
Jeanne terpstro 
miss craig 
mrs. coullet 
miss morehead 

not pictured: 
mrs. pate 



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mike ozborn 
rod meeks 
terry bailey 
John sutphin 
mack land 
frankie Chatham 
terry buckalew 
John spencer 
don roberts 




alpha epsilon delta 

pre-medical society 



alpha psi omega 

dramatics 




ramon mcgehee 
bruce partin 
sera Jordan 
barry plunkett 
ray waiter 
William young 



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m uimi imi iiiiiifi u' ^ir »-Hr nim juj 




mike ozborn 
pam capps 
keith coppage 
dr. perry 
mack land 
don roberts 
terry buckalew 
terry bailey 



beta beta beta 



biology 



chi chi chi 

chemistry 



John spencer 
rod meeks 
John wilkerson 
marie dickson 
frankie chatharri 
terry bailey 
terry buckalew 
John sutphin 
keith coppage 




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chi delta 



women's literary society 



miss morehead 
linda townes 
mrs. dean 
Cynthia mann 
dianne partridge 
Jeanne terpstra 

not pictured: 
dr. callen 
mrs. blockwell 
susan thompson 
vicki newcomb 
lois e. white 




deutscher verein 



german club 




mike nicovich 
bob lundy 
jono moore 
mr. van houten 
nancy foster 
becky lowry 
mike ozborn 
richard Jones 
mr. guest 
bobby dark 
keith coppage 
Steve meeks 



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frankie chatham 
mike Johnson 
dianne partridge 
jerry young 
John sutphin 



eta sigma 

scholarship 



eta sigma phi 

classical languages 

Charles dark 
dr. Stephenson 
buddy gillespie 
ronnie mccollum 
alice rhea 
alex Wright 
charles harvey 




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gamma gamma 

greek leadership 



Jeanne terpstra 
dionne partridge 
Caroline massey 
lem mifchell 
debbie williams 
robert ward 
erik hearon 



kappa delta epsilon 



education 



brenda gaddy 
Cindy Jordan 
mrs. meoders 
karin leftwich 
Caroline massey 
jerrelyn dennis 
kathy rowell 
miss richardson 
dian anderson 




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kit kat 

men's literary society 



mr. padgett 
mr. hardin 
mr. hise 
torn gerald 
robert ward 



frankie Chatham 
ed Simpson 

not pictured: 
dr. boyd 



lobby lurkers 

of 

americo 




kothy murroy 
jeannie gouras 
barbara Jones 
bruce adorns 
jan Crenshaw 
Willie Wallace 
torn gerald 



not pictured; 
eugene countiss 
terry buckalew 
robert Cunningham 
robby mcleod 
rusty boshers 
ron yarbrough 



ginger murphree 

pam farris 

melissa milonas 

Jeanne terpstro 

protesting faculty excuse: dr. j. a. montgomery 

assistant protesting faculty excuse: ronold a. 

goodbreod 
protesting tappee: julie-mac blood 



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phi alpha theta 



history 







dick eirod 
burton wade 
jeonne middleton 
beth hood perry 
joey howell 
ondy mullins 



dr. moore 
bruce odams 
mr. goodbreod 
dr. loney 
tim witoker 
robert word 
paul Jordan 



dr. sallis 

not pictured: 
mrs. lucas 
John durrett 
arthur lyles 




majorette club 



women's intromurols 



Caroline mossey 
debbie williams 
sue henry davis 
kay provine 

not pictured: 
dianne partridge 
Janice self 
kathy murroy 
becky lowry 



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pi delta phi 

french 

dianne partridge 
Joanne Stevens 
dianne mcgovern 
Isabel blackwell 




pi kappa delta 



speech, debate 

eddie pickle 
becky barnes 
Steve leech 
bob Williamson 
bobby dark 
mike ainsworth 
joey hov^ell 
mr. hooker 
Carolyn show 



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theta nu sigma 



natural sciences 



mike ozborn 
rod meeks 
mike Johnson 
John sutphin 
terry buckalew 



John wilkerson 
James smith 
mack land 
terry bailey 
John spencer 



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sigma delta pi 



Spanish 



lourie gervin morns 
Caroline massey 
mrs. hederi 
Catherine atkinson 
mr. bufkin 
ray sherrard 
Isabel blackwell 
jerry young 



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master major 

ron yarbrough 





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major's lady 



jeannie gouras 









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cindy brunson 



miss millsaps 1968 
fourth alternate miss mississippi 



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miss millsaps 1969 








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brenda brown 






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first alternate 



pam tippins 



second alternate 



trudy little 




beauties 









dena apostle 
angelyn sloan 
fran houser 
Stephanie parsutt 
phebe heard 
suson nicholson 
ioanna mitzelliotou 



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homecoming court 




angelyn sloan 
barbara stauss 
kafhy murray, queen 
susan nicholson 
nan ford 



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greek goddess 



frances richfer 



greek god 



billy dale godfrey 





outstanding faculty member 



dr. charles sallis 



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fraternity sweethearts 



kappa alpha rose 

frances richter 




kappa Sigma sweetheart 



judy Wilson 



102 





pi kappa alpha dream girl 



lambda chi alpha crescent girl 



barbara stauss 



emily mitchell 



103 




favorites 



ioanna mitzelliotou 
mike sturdivant 




nan ford 

billy dale godfrey 



phebe heard 
lem mitchell 



f^i^iimimi- 




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fran houser 
mike carter 



frances richter 
lynn shurley 




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Selected by her sisters as president of Chi Omega, Jeanne 
Terpstro also served her sorority as vice-president and as rush 
chairman. She was invited to join Chi Delta, Sigma Lambda, 
and Gamma Gamma and was a Dean's List student. Some of 
her campus activities included Bobastiela staff and Chapel 
Choir. Jeanne pursued her literary interest through the Writer's 
Club and the Stylus staff. 



who's who in 

americon colleges and 

universities 



Tom Gerald has been active in the student government, act- 
ing as Chaplin of the Student Senate and as Chairman of the 
Student Union Board. He served his fraternity. Kappa Alpha 
Order, as sergeant at arms and as house manager. His literary 
talent was acknowledged by his membership in Kit Kat. Tom 
was a member of the Millsaps Players, the Bobashela Staff and 
he was business manager c^ the Stylus. 




Ron Yarbrough assumed the responsibility of Millsaps gov- 
ernmental leadership as president and first vice-president of 
the Student Executive Board, Student Senator, member of the 
Executive Council of Mississippi Intercollegiate Council and 
chairman of Legislative Lobbying Committee, and delegate to 
the National Convention of the Association of Student Govern- 
ments. He was the founder and charter member of the Jackson 
Metropolitan Intercollegiate Council and chairman of the Mill- 
saps Mock Gubernatorial Election. Ron served as Parliamen- 
tarian and Social Chairman of the Kuppa Alpha Order and 
was member of the Pre-Law Club. He was the political editor 
of the Purple and White; he was on both the President's and 
Dean's Lists. 





A member of the Honors Program, David Clark attended the 
Drew University London Semester as a Political Science major. 
He v^as a member of the Concert Choir and of the Troubadours 
and played on the tennis team. He has served as president of 
his sophomore class and senior class and received the Key Ac- 
ademic Scholarship and the Intermediate German Award. 
David was tapped into Omicron Delta Koppo for his outstand- 
ing leadership ability. 



Actively participating in Student Senate, Robert Ward has 
served as Traffic Comptroller for two years. He was treasurer 
of Koppo Alpha Order, vice-president of Omicron Delta 
Kappa, president of Circle K and vice-president of his senior 
class. He was 1st vice-president of the Collegiate Council and 
business manager of the Purple and White. A Dean's List 
student, Robert was tapped into Kit Kat, Gamma Gamma, and 
Pi Alpha Theta honoraries. Robert was also co-chairman of 
freshman orientation. 




Clyde Lea, a political science major, has been actively in- 
volved in campus politics. He was o member of the debate 
team, the Pre-Law Club, and the Student Senate. A member of 
Lambda Chi Alpha, Clyde was also a representative to the 
Inter-Fraternity Council and served as its secretary. He has 
been tapped into Pi Kappa Delta and was the political editor 
of the Purple and White. Clyde has still found time to be o 
Dean's List student. 




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Erik Hearon, a Dean's List student, received the Marion L. 
Smith Scholarship and Leadership Scholarship. A Senate rep- 
resentative and treasurer of the Student Government Associa- 
tion for two years, he also served as president of Omicron 
Delta Kappa. He was business manager of the Bobashela for 
two years and was a Purple and White reporter. Erik was 
treasurer of his fraternity, Pi Kappa Alpha, and he was a 
member of Circle K. 





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Demonstrating her leadership ability, Caroline Massey 
served as president and vice-president of WSGA, member of 
the SEB President's Cabinet, Panhellenic president and Mem- 
bership Chairman and Panhellenic Delegate for her sorority. 
Phi Mu. She held the office of president of Sigma Lambda and 
secretory-treasurer of Sigma Delta Pi; she was also selected 
into Kappa Delta cpsilon. Majorette Club and Gamma Gamma 
honoraries. Caroline, a Dean's List student, was active on the 
Orientation Steering Committee and on both the Purple and 
White and Bobashela staffs. She received the A. G. Sanders 
Award in Spanish. 



Having his work published in Stylus and being a holder of 
the Josie Millsaps Fitzhugh Scholarship, Jerry Young excelled 
in scholarship and leadership at Millsaps. Being on the Dean's 
List every semester and the President's List twice earned him 
the honor of being tapped into Eta Sigma. He was also a 
charter member of Sigma Delta Phi, served as its secretary- 
treasurer and president, and worked as a departmental assist- 
ant in the Romance Language Department for three years. He 
studied at Columbia University under a grant from the Inten- 
sive Summer Program, and was the recipient of a Woodrow 
Wilson Fellowship. 



108 





A member of numerous honorories, Frankie Chatham was a 
Dean's and President's List student. He was a member of Chi 
Chi Chi, serving as its president, Alpha Epsilon Delta, Theta Nu 
Honors Program and was a nominee for Rhodes Scholar. He 
has been a Student Senator and editor of the Purple and 
White. He received the Kappa Alpha Freshman Scholarship 
Award. Frankie was awarded a NSF Summer Research Grant 
and was an assistant in the chemistry lob. 

Connie Cavett served her sorority, Chi Omega, as freshman 
officer and pledge trainer. She was a cheerleader, on the 
Homecoming Court and a Campus Favorite. She was a Senator 
and secretary-treasurer of her sophomore class. She was on 
the Orientation Steering Committee and a member of the 
Bobashela staff. Connie was tapped into Sigma Lambda, 
women's leadership honorary. 

A Dean's List student, John Sutphin was vice-president of his 
junior class, served on the Student Senate for two years, and 
was treasurer and vice-president of Lambda Chi Alpha. He has 
also been active in intramurals. He has served as president of 
Alpha Epsilon Delta and has been tapped into Omicron Delta 
Kappa, Eta Sigma, Chi Chi Chi, and Theta Nu Sigma. John 
also spent one summer doing cardiovascular research. 



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109 





In addition to serving Chi Omega as Pledge trainer and cor- 
responding secretary, Diane Partridge has been active in many 
campus activities. She v\/as Greek editor of the Bobashela and 
she has v/orked on the Purple and White Staff. She was a 
member of Gamma Gamma, the Majorette Club and Pi Delta 
Phi, a national French fraternity. She was an orientation coun- 
selor and Circle K Sweetheart. She has been tapped into 
Sigma Lambda for her leadership ability. A Dean's List student, 
she has served as president of Eta Sigma, a national scholastic 
honorary. 



Lynn Shurley, a member of the Troubadours and the Mill- 
saps Singers, was elected a Campus favorite for two years. He 
served as vice-president of his sophomore class and as second 
vice president of the SEB. A member of Lambda Chi Alpha Fra- 
ternity, Lynn has worked on the Bobashela Staff and was an 
assistant in the moth department. He served as director of the 
1969 Miss Millsaps Pagent. Lynn was tapped into Omicron 
Delta Kappa honorary. 



A member of the Troubadours and the Concert Choir, 
Naomi Tattis Ridgway has been active in all phases of campus 
life. She was 1966 Homecoming Queen, Greek Goddess, and 
Top Beauty. She has been a class favorite and secretary-treas- 
urer of the senior class. Naomi was an orientation counselor 
and served Chi Omega as Personnel Chairman. 



110 




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A class favorite for three years, Mike Coker has been active 
in various phases of campus life. A member of Kappa Alpha 
Order, he lettered in football and track. He was president of 
his freshman class and a student Senator at Large. Mike has 
been sports editor and business manager of the Purple and 
White and on the football team. Mike was student chairman 
for the Ford Foundation Drive. 




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A member of Kappa Delta Sorority, Jeannie Gouras served 
as secretary of the Panhellenic Council. Jeannie has been SEB 
secretary and secretary-treasurer of the Junior Class. She was 
a member of the WSGA and a member of the Purple and 
White staff. Jeannie was tapped into Sigma Lambda, women's 
leadership honorary. She was chosen the Major's Lady this 
year. 




Chip Ford has served Millsaps in many capacities, including 
membership in the Senate and the Greek Week Committee. He 
was elected as a favorite and junior class president. A member 
of Lambda Chi Alpha, he was tapped into Gamma Gamma 
and Omicron Delta Kappa. In 1969 he served as chairman of 
transfer orientation. 




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greeks? i'm all for total acceptance; 
some of my best friends are greeks. 



113 




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hell 



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114 



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115 



Womanly always . . . white tapers in the rain . . . Rose and 
Owl Man together again . . . Krystchell run . . . Snarff city 
. . . Molly and the West Wing clock . . . Get serial . . . 
Mother Tree branches out to the Baby Owls . . . 2.0 . . . 
Susan! the cats are on the rug . . . Jeanne and the basic 
interaction . . . Bubbles, when does hunting season open? . . . 
the soap opera group . . . Margaret and Coley are WhHAT? 
... I can't tell y'all apart with your hair rolled up . . . 
Volleyball on your knees? . . . 2.0 . . . Milonas and the Bear 
. . . T-Company . . . Witch and her little white B . . . Don't 
get uptight . . . Whaant? . . . falling in love in Europe . . . 
What happened to the Big Orange? . . . 2.0 . . . the Cringe 
is back . . Otis makes own pet Seal . . . 2.0 ... A man 
without a Chi O . . we oughta know . . . Kiddy Lit is too 
much; I think I'll read something stimulating — a Brides Mag- 
azine . . . Alice swings in Atlanta . . . JMB? are you sure 
that's not a bank . . . Ahh, mah peegeon! . . . the little Bart 
. . . Quick I need a Kleenes ... I'm going to Tigoh country, 
Gr-r-r-r . . . Lois has a life-size collage . . . Pumpkin's here, 
I hear a cackle . . . Chester Allen Watson, Jr. . . . Vern & 
hHokey discuss Russian history . . . Hot Dot, you're getting 
fat . . . What's an OK? . . . WHO switches dates? ... A 
foot by a foot and a half is bigger than it sounds ... A girl 
named Hank? . . . Stale donuts, anyone? ... A little fun's 
all right — huh, Lusty . . . Bertie's candle goes the wrong 
way . . . Cynthia Study Carnathan makes her grades . . . 
Carolyn, has Button called? . . . Dena Fair can Parlez-vous 
math ... To give your date a mug, or to keep it for yourself 
. . . Lower your buckets, the food's here . . . Talley woman 
. . . Burdy, pour the top off . . . Phebe fakes the chapter off 
. . . and then there's Buster . . . discouraged never . . . 



^!!!BBB!!!! 




116 




I . a. dark 
I. a. murphy 

3. I. talley 

4. V. kelley 

5. ]. barnard 

6. f. rhea 

7. g. graves 

8. s. richardson 

9. V. harkey 
10. n. fattis 

I I . I. Sandusky 
12. V. pack 
I 3. h. kendrick 

14. f. davis 

15. j.m. blood 

16. b. champion 

17. n. riddle 

18. j. wells 

19. d. tree 

20. d. anderson 

21 . p. brooks 

22. a. rhea 

23. j. terpstra 

24. e. burdy 

25. i. s+evens 



26. d.f. Jackson 

27. c. maize 

28. c. holder 

29. b. mi+chell 

30. b. shu+tlewor+h 
3 I. s. kenna 

32. s.h. davis 

33. c. carnathan 

34. e. poole 

35. j. pierce 

36. m. griffin 

37. c. crofford 

38. c. carithers 

39. e. mi+chell 

40. d. boggan 

41. k. rightwich 

42. p. heard 

43. d. zickler 

44. j. zickler 

45. j. houser 

46. m. bartling 

47. s. bartling 

48. h.a. fuller 

49. f. richter 

50. c. brunson 



51. m. milonas 

52. d. norris 

53. I. hutton 

54. j. carpenter 

55. j. mitchell 

56. b. maize 

57. p. harris 

59. d. Williams 

60. c. dudley 

61 . b. barnes 

62. a. mitchell 

63. I. hathorn 

64. m. fewel 

not pictured: 

1 . e. campbel' 

2. j. Crenshaw 

3. I. gervin 

4. g. hathorn 

5. ]. hayles 

6. c. Jordan 



cKi omeqci 



117 



THE LAND OF DIXIE ... our No. I knows her best . . . dial 
I 13 for hospitality . . . STP, the racer's edge . . . Ben's new 
hobby, stock car racing . . . Bob, stop grinning and put the 
dagger back in the green case . . . No, Not B.D. again!!! 
. . . what did her mother say? . . . MOOving Bert? ... a 
suitcase for B&W . . . girls wearing the Texaco star . . . well, 
Doug and Rufe can't be trusted either . . . have you seen 
Ben? Ilene who? . . . Johnny, Bill didn't mean everything 
when he said "what's mine is yours" . . . Don't eat at C.S.'s 
if you always get seconds, Flopsey . . . Allen M.C.'s Queen 
for a Day . . . don't throw Rob's wallet in the lounge . . . 
abroad is where it's at . . . Langford agrees ... a box of 
Candy for Tot Ott . . . where is Boerner? . . . what does high 
blood pressure have to do with necking? . . . ask Butch, he's 
the doctor ... No Mike, the Wagon Wheel doesn't stay 
open until 4:00 p.m. and they don't have a driving range 
. . . Madison St. . . . What did really happen the night of 
B&W, B.A.? . . . She knew it wasn't Maurice ... a Bloody 
Foster . . . Boo!!! ... Big G, little O . . . gape on Ron . . . 
Buck . . . What's Wade looking for . . . alcohol even brought 
out the wolf in Dempsey . . . mix me a water and water . . . 
a dozen red roses from Poo Bear . . . the Frans, Do, Mo, Jean, 
Son ... a great Greek reception, wasn't it Chaz ... a date 
with a beauty and a little brother . . . hood . . . why pay high 
rent Pogey ... I'm not an owl perch . . . the LAND OF 
DIXIE . . . let's have at it . . . 



1 . r. yarbrough 

2. b. dorsey 

3. g. frascogna 

4. m. coop 

5. a. mullins 

6. g.v. every 

7. r. box 

8. j. hamby 

9. s. tilghman 
10. b. corban 

I I. d. thornton 

12. j. wray 

13. a. Williams 

14. d. dunn 

15. r. bentley 

16. r. anderson 

17. r. prospere 

18. p. amos 

19. r. lamen 

20. d. blair 

21 . m. taylor 

22. t. gerald 

23. b. Williamson 



24. b. wade 

25. w. choate 

26. t. holder 

27. V. applewhite 

28. I. cocke 

29. c. shields 

30. g. king 

3 I . g. Cunningham 

32. j. mcglothlin 

33. f. Collins 

34. b. boerner 

35. h. post 

36. I. ott 

37. b. graves 

39. b. lewis 

40. b.d. godfrey 

41 . j. barnett 

42. b. capps 

43. b. adams 

44. b. aycock 

45. s. wray 

46. e. dark 



47. a. thomas 

48. p. brooks 

49. a. liles 

50. r. ward 

51 . t. sigman 

52. h. gamble 

53. m. Jones 

54. b. beckman 

55. m. ainsworth 

56. r. ascock 

not pictured: 

1. d. amacker 

2. m. binion 

3. t. bryant 

4. m. coker 

5. s. leech 

6. g. robinson 

7. j. smith 

8. j. sparks 

9. m. weems 
10. r. wolter 



118 



ka 



ippa 
alpha 





119 




1. 


b. davis 


22. 


a morrow 


43. 


r. weaver 


2. 


s. Sanderson 


23. 


1. salvo 


44. 


a. Drovost 


3. 


V. noble 


24. 


k. minyard 


45. 


e. tate 


4. 


c. cook 


25. 


j. howell 


46. 


p. tippins 


5. 


j. gouras 


26. 


m. converse 


47. 


d. chadwick 


6. 


g. thatcher 


27. 


s. Peebles 


48. 


j. graves 


7. 


j. Sanderson 


28. 


e. gates 


49. 


g. loftin 


8. 


m. kemp 


29. 


m. craft 


50. 


c. graves 


9. 


1. redden 


30. 


s. pearson 


51. 


k. sloan 


10. 

1 1. 


b. jones 
a. field 


31. 
32. 


m. mcbride 
r. hallas 


not 


pictured: 


12. 


r. mare+t 


33. 


b. toon 


1. 


d. Collins 


13. 


d. daniel 


34. 


a. chadwick 


2. 


d. harper 


14. 


k. murray 


35. 


d. mcalilly 


3. 


r. Jordan 


15. 


m. glascow 


36. 


b. furr 


4. 


p. mccarty 


16. 


s. nicholson 


37. 


j. wentworth 


5. 


c. pharis 


17. 


1. dycus 


38. 


c. meacham 


6. 


t. rodgers 


18. 


b. hoch 


39. 


b. brown 


7. 


1. Stevens 


19. 


a. green 


40. 


g. smith 


8. 


e. terrell 


20. 


t. little 


41. 


p. atwood 






21. 


n. ford 


42. 


a. sloan 







120 



Ka 



"Hey ya'll — Always think of KD when you hear" . . . Follow 
the yellow brick road . . . What makes the hottentot so hot? 
. . . Courage . . . hiere we are, here we are together . . . 
The White Rose of beauty . . . the emerald and pearl . . . 
AOT — Apples, Oranges, and Tomatoes!!! . . . wheat-barley- 
tea . . . Baby Ruth . . . Greg, please come to the basketball 
game . . . Hit the dirt! . . . Who's afraid of Beecher Smith? 
. . . Crazy Rachel . . . Let's go the "Res" . . . Leona Who? 
. . . Suppertime — Let's RUFF it! . . . Are you working for 
Coach Monty this semester? . . . KD meats . . . "Super Sis" 
. . . KD's can now smoke in the grill . . . This year our Santa 
Claus came all the way from North Bogue Chita . . . What 
color is the door? . . . Oh, No, Tri-Sray-Y is this afternoon 
. . . Fop who's room? . . . Bridge? . . . KD mums, KD maga- 
zines, KD care packages, KD polywogs, KD car wash, KD 
maids — We sell or wash anything . . . Sernade CS's . . . 
breakfast in bed . . . Who chopped down the Christmas 
tree? . . . Gouras is pinned? . . . N. O. anyone? ... All 
KD's have a little devil in them . . . Another poem!!! . . . 
But why? . . . KD puppets be at the House at 6:00 a.m. for 
Homecoming skit practice! . . . The library is falling . . . 
Workshop? I thought we were going to play . . . Astronomy 
lab on Tuesday night if it isn't too cloudy . . . Rrrrbbbt . . . 
What to do, what to do, what to do? ... I have a test, pray 
for snow . . . Give me a K . . . George Washington whopped 
the King . . . Catch you around the grill . . . Honorable, 
beautiful, and highest . . . Sweatshirts, T-shirts, and cut-offs. 
Let's grub it ... In their spare time KD's play volleyball, 
badmitton, basketball, softball and flutes . . . Let's drink a 
toast . . . Oh, there was a little boy who loved a little girl 
. . . Love, bah humbug ... I heard Kathy's riding around in 
a Hearse since Robby left . . . What's your problem? I don't 
have a brain . . . She's beautiful and elegant . . . "Some- 
where over the Rainbow" . . . "Once I had a dream that 
meant the whole world to me," and this is where it all began 
. . . KAPPA DELTA. 



ippa 



deli a 








121 



Where were you born, son? In a barn? . . . Garlee Dogit! . . . 
Next week I've got 17 term papers. 13 book reports, II 
URE's, and a music appreciation test . . . rrrrnk, dk, dk, peep 
. . . Now look guys, he's the PWGM and his name is Willard 
F. Rockwell, not George Lincoln Rockwell . . . htang up your 
spurs. Tube Jockey, the tube is on the blink . . . the Rat, 
Waaaaaard, N.O. Bread, Dago, Stuffy, Squatty Body, 
Loinch, Jake-Leg German, Yuk, Yuk, . . . But I don't have 
an Aunt Tookus . . . Dear Judy, You are the sweetest, best 
looking sweetheart in the world! Love, the Guys . . . Of 
course, we're diversicated, we've got some rednecks, some 
fererners, some Yankees, and some liberal hippies . . . The 
only thing you can be sure about is that you can't be sure 
about anything and I'm not even sure about that . . . OJ, 
you're completely hopeless . . . Initiation is an amazing 
ceremony because a stupid pledge automatically becomes 
another intelligent active . . . It's a well-known fact that the 
GT is a crook, but he isn't a Coke machine . . . Put it all 
together and what the HHell you got . . . Sigma. 




sicirTia 




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122 







Ap^ 




1. 


k. 


starrett 


23. 


d. 


marsh 


2. 


g 


harper 


24. 


1. 


king 


3. 




rhoden 


25. 


d. 


kuebler 


4. 




walker 


26. 


i- 


gheesling 


5. 




howell 


27. 


w 


smi+h 


6. 


d 


sawyer 


28. 


r. 


Jones 


7. 


t. 


gist 


29. 


d. 


legler 


8. 


b. 


britton 


30. 


r. 


herring 


9. 




wilson 


31. 


e. 


shelnut 


10. 




brantley 


32. 


i- 


wilkerson 


II. 




gill 


33. 


b 


smith 


12. 


r. 


marascaico 


34. 


1. 


mitchell 


13. 


k. 


humphries 


35. 


b 


dailey 


14. 


k. 


stauffer 


36. 


i- 


betterton 


15. 
16. 


i- 
d 


thomas 
marascaico 


no 


P 


ctured: 


17. 


r. 


harrop 


1. 


1. 


baker 


18. 


P 


murrah 


2. 


i- 


logan 


19. 


s. 


slay 


3. 


m 


. parman 


20. 


P 


dancsisin 


4. 


m 


. smith 


21. 


m 


. davidson 


5. 


1. 


wyatt 


22. 


!■ 


manning 









123 



lambda 

cKi 
alpha 



1. 


s. 


razor 


22. 


1. 


ash 


2. 


h. 


lamb 


23. 


b. 


smith 


3. 


s. 


mayer 


24. 


t. 


bailey 


4. 


i- 


dees 


25. 


h. 


parker 


5. 


g- 


meadows 


26. 


i- 


sutphin 


6. 


i- 


nix 


27. 


c. 


ford 


7. 


n. 


sabatini 


28. 


r. 


farr 


8. 


g- 


parker 


29. 


d 


Conner 


9. 


i- 


weir 


30. 


s. 


meeks 


10. 


r. 


meeks 


31. 


b 


j. mayfield 


1 1. 


b 


atklnson 


32. 


t. 


woodall 


12. 


d. 


roberts 


33. 


b 


Johnson 


13. 

14. 


h. 
c. 


mckinnon 
mcewen 


not 


pi 


rtured; 


15. 


b 


strong 


1. 


P 


Jordan 


16. 


b 


woodall 


2. 


r. 


mcewen 


17. 


1. 


goodpaster 


3. 


r. 


mcgehee 


18. 


j. 


goolsby 


4. 


b 


partin 


19. 


r. 


parker 


5. 


b 


schabot 


20. 


c. 


Culpepper 


6. 


1. 


shurley 


21. 


a 


lowenberg 










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124 




Lambda Chi Alpha follows its motto, "Every man a man" 
. . . But there aren't many free men left . . . Everybody's 
getting dropped or pinned or . . . Besides the frequent un- 
planned parties, Lambda Chi's have the Crescent Ball, the 
Roaring Twenties Party, the Shipwreck Party, House Party 
. . . "Watch your step! Russell has another dog in the house" 
. . . Five dollah . . . "Oh, where is our wandering tub to- 
night?" . . . always last in soccer, first in spirit . . . Rain 
again for the Pledge-Active Football Classic, the Fourth 
Annual Toilet Bowl . . . Public Service projects paint the old 
men's home and fight against cystic fibrosis . . . Lambda Chi 
retires yet another scholarship trophy . . . "Do you think we 
could open a colony at C.S.'s?" . . . Serenade includes a 
round of "We're All Good Brothers" and a dunking of the 
lucky brothers in the tub . . . Purple, Green, and Gold . . . 
Latb nights, two cents per minute . . . Do you know GO-GO, 
the "hfole", Chee-up, and Patsy? . . . "That ole eight-ball; 
you crazy thang" ... A sailboat in the backyard? . . . Who 
threw the pledge Into the alligator pit? . . . Lambda's crawl 
out of the book and Into the Zodiac . . . "We Can Do What 
We Want To Do" . . . Gimme five . . . Orphan Injures youth 
with boomerang ... Do you know what hiigh Omega Is? . . . 
Orange room blinds patients at Baptist Hospital ... A 
pledge in the children's ward? . . . Lambda Chi's raise 
thousands for Camille Fund . . . Brothers eye summer trip to 
the Bahamas ... A Christmas Tree for exam week? . . . 
Centrevllle ace coaches B.B. team . . . Well-Rounded in 
social life, athletics, brotherhood, and scholarship, LXA leads 
into the 70'5. 



125 





niu 



Happiness is sisterhood . . . you're the ones who stole our 
heart away ... a houseful of pledges . . . ht-o-o-w-dy! Y'all 
come to the Phi Mu Farm . . . Cokes, anyone? . . . Baby 
Lewi ... A Bird with a bass voice . . . who needs a broken 
air-conditioner . . . There is only one for a Phi Mu girl . . . 
Our Mister Nick . . . Ghosts, goblins, and dances ... Is it 
time yet? . . . No! . . . The Red Menace . . . You can clean 
the carpet . . . Who me? . . . mystic Enchantress . . . Phi 
Mu's are always discreet . . . hias anyone seen Danni lately? 
. . . You win some, you lose some, but this is ridiculous! . . . 
Christmas dance ... Is it time yet? . . . No! . . . Letters and 
Operation Shoestring . . . Bunny Girl . . . Candlelights and 
wedding bells . . . Some people are genuinely insincere! . . . 
Pledges, who has the house key? ... Is it time yet? . . . Now 
... A girl with moonglow in her hair, Stardust in her eyes, 
and heaven in her smile. 



126 



1. 


b. parsutt 


22. 


s. 


piper 


43. 


r. 


gregg 


2. 


r. witty 


23. 


c. 


childress 


44. 


i- 


laney 


3. 


k. nell 


24. 


P 


warren 


45. 


d 


humphries 


4. 


m. dunn 


25. 


s. 


lamke 


46. 


b. 


hunt 


5. 


1. schlonlau 


26. 


n. 


towler 


47. 


m 


. beck 


6. 


d. Jennings 


27. 


c. 


massey 


48. 


n. 


shook 


7. 


j. mullin 


28. 


n. 


nease 


49. 


a. 


murphy 


8. 


m. hagwood 


29. 


c. 


moore 


50. 


b 


davis 


9. 


1. freeman 


30. 


s. 


Williamson 


51. 


i- 


bullock 


10. 
II. 


s. henry 
s. white 


31. 
32. 


b 

i- 


a. Williams 
clinton 


not 


pi 


:tured: 


12. 


m. lewis 


33. 


i- 


Jeffreys 


1. 


c. 


chism 


13. 


j. woosiey 


34. 


i- 


moore 


2. 


k. 


clarke 


14. 


m. caves 


35. 


k. 


neff 


3. 


k. 


crane 


15. 


c. boozman 


36. 


m 


. dessommes 


4. 


c. 


endter 


16. 


s. page 


37. 


s. 


. harlan 


5. 


s. 


fox 


17. 


j. dennis 


38. 


i- 


self 


6. 


m 


owens 


18. 


m.a. sample 


39. 


s. 


rula 


7. 


i- 


Walton 


19. 


p. farris 


40. 


s. 


parsutt 


8. 


d. 


young 


20. 


b. stauss 


41. 


i- 


rochester 








21. 


n. juigham 


42. 


m 


. gault 













127 



Pike's favorite activity: Getting up at 7:00 a.m. for group 
picture for the Bobashela, getting up again at 7:00 a.m. for 
the Bobashela, and getting up again at 7:00 a.m. for the 
Bobashela . . . For sale — One black Arabian stallion — con- 
tact John Speed . . . Notorious Old North Ball, Pi-K-I-A 
Party, Cotton Ball . . . Needed: One Pike Dream Girl. Must 
be able to type well and willing to stay up nightly typing 
papers for the brothers . . . Sympathy goes to G.G. and 
pledges who had a terrible crash 8 miles above Jackson . . . 
funny, they weren't even in a plane . . . Welcome the Mill- 
saps Hicks twins Doc and Susan . . . hley! Do apartments 
count as fra-^ernity activities? . . . Speaking of apartments — 
Vicki, have you seen the three "old maids" that live above 
Little Dave . . . The love bug bit and wedding bells will 
chime ... Be careful Doc and George — it's rumored two 
particular young ladies are chasing that bug ... Do you 
hear bells? What bells? I don't hear any bells . . . The stock 
market promises to rise with the hHearon-Rosenblat merger 
... If you're looking for a friend — Freddie Callen likes 
everybody . . . When I was 21 it was a very good year, 
when I was a PiKA it was even better. 



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128 




1. 


d 


hicks 


24. 


c. 


howorfh 


46. 


e. Schuster 


2. 


b. 


nelson 


25. 


t. 


algood 


47. 


d. lewis 


3. 


e. 


hearon 


26. 


d. 


aubert 


48. 


w. edwards 


4. 


d. 


boone 


27. 


+. 


shipp 


49. 


w. black 


5. 
6. 


b. 

m 


walker 
hearon 


28. 

29. 


d. 

g- 


douglass 
hall 


not 


pictured: 


7. 


b. 


mckie 


30. 


d. 


rieman 


1. 


g. clawson 


8. 


b. 


lacour 


31. 


b. 


plunkett 


2. 


d. dye 


9. 


c. 


brooking 


32. 


r. 


Jones 


3. 


w. ezelle 


10. 


f. 


callan 


33. 


m 


sturdivanf 


4. 


j. franklin 


II. 


m 


parnell 


34. 


i- 


moore 


5. 


s. hawks 


12. 


b. 


moo re 


35. 


k. 


o'keefe 


6. 


d. king 


13. 


r. 


ford 


36. 


t. 


terpstra 


7. 


b. mullins 


14. 


V. 


hobbs 


37. 


g- 


moore 


8. 


r. pharr 


15. 


b. 


graham 


38. 


i- 


anding 


9. 


m. rutherford 


16. 


s. 


hardy 


39. 


b. 


raphael 


10. 


b. simpson 


17. 


i- 


bridewell 


40. 


f. 


ezelle 


1 1. 


j. speed 


18. 


c. 


harvey 


41. 


fk 


ezelle 


12. 


c. tharp 


19. 


h. 


jew 


42. 


i- 


Stevens 


13. 


s. buckley 


20. 


+. 


winsted 


43. 


g- 


haymans 


14. 


c. walker 


21. 


m 


bebensee 


44. 


i- 


stout 


15. 


j. wilson 


23. 


g- 


gober 


45. 


h. 


malchow 







pL Kappa alpha 



129 



"Look around to any house in town; you'll find no friendlier 
girls around." . . . Old Ladies Home? ... Do your own 
thing . . . Too much sugar . . . Then, there, and things of that 
sort . . . The Social Service Trophy has put down roots: 
Methodist Children's h^ome, V.A., Girl Scouts . . . Brand 
new patio ... A dancing blue frog . . . "Darling Companion" 
. . . Finger liclcin' good brownies . . . Lawrence Fute is alive 
and well? . . . Light foot . . . Super Pledges . . . Sing along 
with the Sojourn . . . The hieidelberg will never be the same 
. . . Hogan's Zeroes . . . Young Bird ... No support for 
I.B. . . . Closet detail anyone? . . Did you lose your key 
again? . . The three bears . . . Young Loll . . . Et up with 
it . . . Robin's Bowe . . The L is for large . . . Steve, our Zeta 
man . . Dieter's delight . . . ZTA angels take over . . . Sweet 
Georgia Brown . . . The Zetamobile rides again . . . Crown 
and shield forever . . . Remembering always that the founda- 
tion precept of Zeta Tau Alpha is love, the greatest of all 
things. 



1. 


j. hargett 


2. 


p. iippard 


3. 


m. wainwright 


4. 


r. smith 


5. 


m. hunecke 


6. 


m. hogan 


7. 


1. flett 


8. 


g. Covington 


9. 


f. smith 


10. 


c. alexander 


1 1. 


g. gwin 


12. 


m. smith 


13. 


c. meek 


14. 


j. moore 


15. 


j. wright 


16. 


c. ewing 


17. 


n. wilson 


18. 


s. hassell 


19. 


j. miltenberger 


not 


pictured; 


1. 


s. Jordan 


2. 


p. iesh 


3. 


m. sellars 



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never hurt anybody 



133 



"it had to be the clincher, 



// 



The Millsaps Majors opened their 1969 football season by 
meeting the Henderson State Reddles of Arkadelphio, Arkan- 
sas. The Majors fell to the powerful Reddle squad 27-16. At 
half-time Millsaps was trailing 21-7 as they were only able to 
muster one touchdown. This came on Robbie McLeod's seven 
yard dash In the first quarter. In the second half the score was 
narrowed to 21-16 after tailback Brett Adams scampered 57 
yards for a touchdown and Buddy Battling kicked a 40 yard 
field goal. After Bartllng's three points the Reddles put the 
clincher on the board on on 89 yard kickoff return. After this 
opening loss, the Mdjors were anxious to get In the win column. 




Melford Smith gets assistance during a break in the action. 






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Pat Amos plugs up a hole against Sewanee. 



134 




Robbie McLeod bulls his way through Sewonee's line. 



"our defense showed signs 
of maturing today/' 



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The next week the Majors roared to this first win by crushing 
the University of the South 42-16. The Major offense was po- 
tent enough, but it was the defense that kept things completely 
under control. The defensive unit held Sewonee's attack to a 
minus 31 yards rushing. Tackle Bobby Springs twice recovered 
Sewonee fumbles which resulted in Millsaps touchdowns. Mon- 
ster man Mike Carter got into the act also as he intercepted 
two passes which resulted in two more Major tallies. 




Buddy Bartling boots another as Clark Henderson holds. 



135 





Luther Ott and Jo Jo Logon take a brief rest in the Harding gome. 



''we've got two fine runners." 

Traveling into Razorback country for the second time of the 
season, the Majors met the Harding Bisons of Searcy. The 
game ended in a 7-7 tie. The Bisons scored first, but the Majors 
were able to come back with their own touchdown before the 
first quarter ended. The bright spot of the game for Millsaps 
was the outstanding rushing attack. Tailback Brett Adams 
picked up 129 yards on 26 carries, and fullback Robbie 
McLeod rushed for 1 15 yards on 33 carries. 



The Millsaps defensive unit awaits the next play. 




As he calls signals, Clark Henderson prepares to take snap. 



136 




Brett Adams is tripped up as Ronnie Grantham prepares to block. 




"thaf s the third time this year 

someone has run back a kick 

on us for a touchdown/' 



Millsaps got back on the winning track by defeating North- 
wood Institute of Cedar Hill, Texas, 17-7. The Majors jumped to 
a 10-0 halftime lead as Buddy Bartling kicked a 21 yard field 
goal and wingback Mike Carter threw a touchdown pass to 
tailback Brett Adams. The Knights scored their only touchdown 
of the game on a 72 yard punt return in the third quarter. In 
the fourth quarter defensive end Richie Newman intercepted a 
pass and raced into the end zone giving the Majors their final 
score of the day. The Millsaps defensive team kept the Knights 
bottled up during the whole game, forcing two fumbles and 
one interception. 



Mike Coker and Pat Amos fight ta recover loose ball 



137 





Mike Taylor struggles to pick up extra yardage. 



Mike Carter seems to be enjoying the Southwestern game. 



''they do all the things a good 
football team should do/' 



In the 1969 Homecoming game the Majors continued their 
winning ways as they devastated the Southwestern Lynx 44-0. 
Robbie McLeod scored three times and Mike Carter added two 
touchdowns in leading the Major attock. One of McLeod's 
touchdowns came after linebacker Melford Smith recovered a 
blocked Southwestern punt and returned it to the one yard 
line. The Major rushing attack for the game was greatly 
enhanced by the running of quarterback Mike Taylor and tail- 
back Rowan Torrey. This victory gave Millsops a 3-1-1 record. 




Rowan Torrey gets ready to turn up field with the ball. 



138 




Robbie McLeod attempts to break through a hard hitting line. 



"the second half 



was too late 



// 



The following week the Majors journeyed to Arkadelphio, 
Arkansas, for the second time of the season and suffered their 
second loss. This time it was to Ouachita Baptist College by a 
score of 23-7. The Tigers took complete control of the first half 
and led at the end of the second quarter 23-0. The Majors con- 
trolled the second half with 1 17 yards rushing to 32 yards for 
Ouachita. Millsaps finally got on the scoreboard in the third 
quarter when guard Mike McGee recovered a fumbled punt on 
the Tiger 40 setting up the touchdown. Following this second 
loss of the season the Majors took advantage of an open date 
to prepare themselves for the last three rugged games. 




Melford Smith stacks the play up at the line. 



139 







Bobby Springs uncoils to hit Maryville fullback. 





These Majors take a rest just before Millsaps regains the lead against 
Maryville. 



''this is the strongest 

maryville team since 1964." 

Millsaps got its fourth win of tfie season in a come from 
behind effort against Maryville College. Even though the 
Majors had a good rushing game with 208 yards gained, the 
win came by way of the air. Millsaps went ahead in the second 
quarter 7-6 as quarterback Clark Henderson completed a 28 
yard touchdown pass to split end Rowan Torrey. The Scotties 
went back in the lead in the third quarter, and Millsaps was 
still behind with just five minutes left in the game. Then Hen- 
derson threw another touchdown pass, this time to Richie New- 
man, to put the Majors ahead for the second time. The victory 
was wrapped up when defensive halfback Ronnie Grantham 
intercepted a Maryville pass in the final minutes of play. 



Bobby Springs walks off the field after fiis usual fine gome. 



140 




Rusty Boshers and Robbie McLeod lead the way as Clark Henderson rolls to the outside. 



''it'll be another good test 

for our defensive unit." 



The Major defensive unit led the way in the next game as 
Georgetown College was crushed 22-7. The rushing gome of 
the Tigers was completely stopped as their net rushing yard- 
age for the day was zero yards. Also, five interceptions 
stymied effectively the Tiger passing attack. Linebacker Mel- 
ford Smith and safetyman Mike Coker each grabbed two inter- 
ceptions and halfback Ronnie Grantham added one. The 
Majors went ahead in the first quarter on a 19 yard touchdown 
run and then an 11 yard scoring gallop by fullback Robbie 
McLeod. Georgetown got on the scoreboard in the second 
quarter, and then Millsaps added its final touchdown of the 
day on an eight yard burst by Brett Adams. 




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Melford Smith and Mike Taylor rack a Georgetown end. 



141 







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''well show up and well be there 

when it's over . 



Ciark Henderson watches intently as the referee signals a Major first 
down. 



// 



In the final game of the season Millsaps defeated previ- 
ously undefeated Randolph-Macon 13-7. This win broke the 
19-game winning streak of the Yellowjackets which was the 
longest for a college division team. Millsaps scored first on 
a 27-yd. field goal by Buddy Bartling after Melford Smith 
had recovered a Yellowjacket fumble. Randolph-Macon got 
its only score of the game on an 85 yd. kickoff return, open- 
ing the second half. At the end of the third period punter 
Dale Keyes kicked the ball to the one-yard line. On the 
first play after this punt, the Majors recorded a safety, 
leaving them still trailing the Yellowpackets 7-5. In the final 
minutes of the game quarterback Clark hienderson led the 
team downfield and Brett Adams rushed over from the three 
to put the Majors ahead. This upset victory gave to the 
Majors a most successful 6-2-1 record. 




Brett Adams plunges through the Randolph-Macon line behind excellent blocking. 



142 



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Front Row: R. McLeod; P. Amos; R. Grantham; B. Adams; B. Bortling; C. Henderson; M. Taylor; D. Keyes; M. Coker. Second Row: M. 
McGee; K. Starret; D. Crofton; B. Phillips; P. Dorr; N. Apostle; R. Torrey; B. Godfrey; T. Bryant; Third Row: M. Smith; N. Apostle; J.J. 
logon; D. Boshers; L. Ott; D. March; H. Gamble, Monoger; L. Knight, Manager; Bob Corban. Fourth Row: Coach Dovis; M. Coop; L. 
Denson; M. Carter; J. Gheesling; P. Doncisin; B. Doiley; R. Newman; B. Springs, Monoger; J. Brantley; Coach Ronager. 




Coach Davis and Coach Ranager confer with quarterback Clark Henderson 
during a time out. 



By compiling a 6-2-1 record, the Majors completed the 
best season since Coaches Davis and Ranager came to Mill- 
saps six years ago. The Millsaps offensive power this year 
was again led by Robbie McLeod and Brett Adams. McLeod 
picked up a total of 730 yards, averaged 81 yards a game, 
and scored 48 points on 8 touchdowns. Adams picked up a 
total of 733 yards, averaged 81 yards a game, and scored 
38 points on six touchdowns and a 2-point conversion. Kick- 
ing specialist Buddy Bartling had 32 points to his credit, 
making 20 of 22 PAT kicks and four of seven field goal at- 
tempts. 

The Major defensive team also proved to be quite strong. 
They held their opponents to only 121 yards rushing average 
and 106 total points. The 'Saps defense also picked off 27 
passes, recovered 20 fumbles and one blocked punt. Mike 
Carter, Melford Smith, and Mike Coker led the team in 
recording turnovers. Carter had 8 interceptions and one 
fumble recovery to his credit, Smith had four of each, and 
Coker had 6 interceptions and two fumble recoveries. 

Looking ahead to the 1970 season, the outlook appears 
bright for another successful season. The Majors will only 
lose five men by graduation. These five seniors, including 
Mike Coker, J.J. Logan, Pat Amos, Melford Smith, and 
Tommy Bryant, however, will be hard to replace. Each has 
been with the Majors for four years and has contributed 
greatly to the rebirth of football at Millsaps. 



143 




Front row: C. Mclnnis, R. Feathers, B. Behrens, B. Booth, R. Anderson, R. Harrop. 
J. Snowden, Back row: Coach Corder, T. Schulte, J. Betterton, B. Carter, H. 
Gerrish, B. Beckman, K. Hogan. 



basketba 




Ch'nt Mclnnis attempts a jump shot against the Baptist 
Christian Ambassadors. 




Bret Behrens goes up for a lay up against the Lynx from Southwestern. 



144 




Tom Schulte lofts one high over a leaping defender. 






Jerry Betterton 




Bret Behrens 



Randy Harrop 



Bo Carter 



145 








Harlan Gerrlsh attempts to block opponent's shot. 



Ken Hagan drives in for lay-up against Southwestern. 






Bob Booth 



Ken Hagan 



Jack Snowden 



146 




Tom Schul+e Jumps up to fire the ball toward the goal. 




Bill Beckman 





Harlan Gerrish 



Harlan Gerrish jumps high to win the tip-off for the 
Majors. 



basketball record 
1 969- 1 970 



date 



opponent 









Millsaps 


opponent 


Dec. 


1 


Birmingham Southern 


86 


88 


Dec. 


5 


Austin 


76 


84 


Dec. 


9 


Delta State 


81 


72 


Dec. 


11 


William Carey 


59 


92 


Dec. 


13 


Lambuth 


88 


73 


Dec. 


19' 


Southeastern Louisiana 


78 


79 


Dec. 


20* 


Southern State 


65 


86 


Jan. 


8*- 


William Carey 


68 


77 


Jan. 


9*- 


Mississippi College 


114 


110 


Jan. 


12 


Belhaven 


78 


101 


Jan. 


14 


Southwestern 


62 


86 


Jan. 


24 


Austin 


75 


85 


Jan. 


26 


Northwood 


103 


86 


Jan. 


27 


Le Tourneau 


66 


70 


Jan. 


29 


Baptist Christian 


54 


53 


Feb. 


2 


Southwestern 


64 


72 


Feb. 


4 


Birmingham Southern 


67 


74 


Feb. 


5 


William Carey 


68 


81 


Feb. 


7 


Le Tourneau 


72 


65 


Feb. 


9 


Spring Hill 


75 


69 


Feb. 


13 


Lambuth 


61 


69 


Feb. 


14 


University of the South 


72 


93 


Feb. 


18 


Spring Hill 


56 


103 


Feb. 


21 


Northwood 


79 


62 


Feb. 


24 


Belhaven 


49 


62 



'Mississippi College Invitational Tournament 
' Denominofional Tournament 




Robert Ferguson 




Tom Schulte 





Tom Schulte's tight defense forces a bod pass. 



Ronald Feather 



148 




Jackie Snowden leaps up to grab rebound against Lombuth. 





Uacone Visit 




Bob Booth brings the boll down court for the Majors. 



basketball fortunes 
improve 



The Majors entered the 1969-1970 season with 
various factors in their favor. Every starter from 
lost year's team returned and they were joined by 
several outstanding new players. Under the new 
basketball coach, Howard Corder, the Majors 
worked long and hard and compiled a 8-17 won- 
loss record. This was the best basketball record for 
Millsaps in quite a long time, and it is further proof 
that scholarships add greatly to an athletic pro- 
gram. The Majors found glory early as they con- 
vincingly defeated a strong Delta State team. In 
the Mississippi College Invitational Tournament 
Millsaps exerted a strong effort and fell only one 
point short of Southeastern Louisiana State. Then 
in the Denominational Tournament behind the best 
offensive showing of the year Mississippi College 
was defeated. In the next to the last home game of 
the season, Millsaps came from behind to tie up an 
excellent Spring Hill team and then win in over- 
time. 



Clint Mclnnis 



149 



Bob Hester returns a serve as his partner David Sawyer looks on. 










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The Majors headed into the 1970 tennis season with five re- 
turning lettermen and several newcomers with years of tennis 
experience. The 1970 schedule included 17 matches and two 
tournaments. This was the longest schedule for the Millsaps net- 
ters in recent years. Leading the Majors this season were Ben 
Graves, who has played in the number one singles position for 
the last three years, John McDonald, who won the number 
three singles title in the state tournament last year and com- 
piled on overall 16-2 record, and Lon Wyatt, who teamed with 



McDonald to produce an 8-4 number two doubles record. The 
two other returning lettermen were Clark Henderson and Bob 
Hester. Some outstanding new players included Marty Pearson, 
who got to the semifinals in the state high school tournament 
both his junior and senior years and Bobby Clark, who lost 
year won the state junior college title in number one singles. 
Other players on the Major squad were David Sawyer, Doug 
Dunn, Robert Ford, Lutz Werner, Don Thornton, and Johnny 
Durrett. 



150 



tennis 




Marty Pearson follows through on his return. 



Bob Hester practices his serve. 



151 





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buie gym blues 



153 




Halfbacks Donnie Marascaico and Jack Thomas move the ball down the field for Kappa Sigma. 



men s 

intramurals 




Kappa Sigma halfbacks head back up-field to set up defense against 
the Lambda Chi's. 




Pike Fred Ezelle attempts to take the ball away from Sig Lon Wyatt. 



154 



sigs snag soccer 



The 1969-1970 men's intramurals opened with the soccer 
season. Up until this year this sport, which took the place 
of the dangerous speedball a few years ago, has not been 
played with an overly abundant amount of dexterity by all 
teams involved. This year each team participating could be 
called a soccer team. For the third year in a row Kappa 
Sigma took home first place honors. Unlike previous years 
when the Sigs completely dominated play, they were pressed 
hard all season long by the Lambda Chi's, the KA's, and the 
Pikes. The first place Sigs' record was 6-0-2. Pi Kappa Alpha 
finished in second place with a 5-2-1 record. Kappa Alpha 
came in third with a 2-3-3 record, and Lambda Chi Alpha 
finished in fourth place with a 2-4-2 record. The strength of 
the whole league was emphasized by the fact that the two 
ties of the winning Sigs came against the third place KA's 
and the fourth place LXA's. The development of skill in 
soccer at Millsaps was further shown by the game played 
against the LSU soccer team. Members from the intramural 
teams at Millsaps joined forces with the doctors from the 
University Medical Center to make a surprisingly good 
showing against the team from Baton Rouge. 




Charlie Shields races +o bring the ball under control for Kappa 
Alpha as it heads out of bounds. 




Fred Ezelle and David Dye get in on the action In the game between the Millsaps intramurals' team and the LSU Tigers. 



155 




pikes take volleyball 

As winter approached, men's intramurols moved from the 
cold soccer field to the drafts of Buie Gym. The first sport of the 
winter season was volleyball. For the lost several years the 
Lambda Chi's have pretty well controlled this gome. This year, 
however, one of their two tall spikers was gone because of 
graduation and they were not quite up to their usual standards 
in volleyball. The Pikes proved to be the best team playing 
volleyball for the year. They compiled a perfect 8-0-0 record 
behind a consistent defense and sparked by several tough 
spikers. Kappa Alpha came in second place followed by the 
Lambda Chi's, Kappa Sigs, and the Independents. 



The Independents return o volley to Kappa Sigma. 



Randy Williams attempts to block a spike. 





Rowan Torrey and Langford Knight fight for possession of the ball. 




basketball expands 

Basketball began as second semester started, and the inter- 
est in men's intramurals was revived. This year the number of 
teams participating increased from six to eight as tvi'O more in- 
dependent teams were added. The eight teams were divided 
into two divisions with the Lambda Chi's, the Vikings, Kappa 
Alpha, and the Reactions making up one division and Kappa 
Sigma, the Jackson Five, Pi Kappa Alpha, and the M-Club 
making up the other. The first round of play was interdivision 
and the second round was intradivision. A tournament to 
decide the champion was held at the end of the second round 
among the top teams of both divisions. The style of play by all 
teams proved to be good, and, although the play was not 
equal to the pros, it must be said that as a general rule the cal- 
iber of referees compared favorably with those of the NBA. 



Clive Westcott goes up for a lay-up against the KA's. 



157 



women's intromurals 



The sports included in the women's intromurals program at 
Millsaps are volleyball, tennis, Softball, golf, basketball and 
bodmitton. The four sororities plus the Independents competed 
ror the overall intramural trophy given at the end of the year. 
This year the Independents fought off the KD's to win the 
volleyball title. The Independents also took first place in bod- 
mitton. The KD's hod the best tennis team, and they grabbed 
first place. 




The Phi Mu's prepore to return a serve. 



m 




Dianne Partridge returns the ball to the KD's. 



158 




Marietta Smith attempts to drive toward the goal for the Zeta's. 





Cindy Jordan drives in for the Chi O's. 



The Phi Mu's and the Zetas fight vigorously for 

the rebound. 



159 




160 




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what bachelor of activities 



degree . . .? 



161 




senate 



162 




"today's need, then, is for you to speak out against inequities on the millsaps car^pus wherever they exist, but the voice o 



f con- 



structive change must be a unified, responsible voice . 



— ron yarbrough — 



163 




marianne hogan 



wsga 




"no one likes rules but they have a purpose and if one does 
not know it by the time he reaches a collegiate level, he will 
never know." 

— marianne hogan — 



wsga members, wanda Jones, marianne hogan. Caroline massey, marsa beck, candy dudley. 
lynn levy. 



164 






ywca 




ywca members karen leftwlch, pam lippard, sheila fox, frances davis, robin hamilton, pat+i warren, 
katy montgomery, michelle hudson, sherrie page, martha lewis, christi meeks, Jennifer hargett. 



debate 




debate team champions mr. hooker, joey Howell, bob Williamson, george booth. 




koinonia 



koinonia Is a fellowship that ministers to the Jackson community as 
well as to the mlllsaps community, members meeting their sponsor, 
reverend keith tonkel, are (first row) terre balof, kathy rowell, brenda 
gaddy (second row) lucy hothorn, becky hunt, onn sumner, (third 
row) patti warren, betsy brassell, rev. tonkel, jim holston. 



1«5 




p & w staffers: nchard perry (edifor), diana bint {business manoger], Hilary messick (photographer), nancy foster, sieve peterson, 
cheralyn hendnx, and beckysaxton. 



the purple and white 




this year the purple and white acted as a lively center of 
discussion over issues of concern to members of the college 
community, acting as both a chronicler and an interpreter of 
events, the paper served as a vehicle for informing and 
prodding student awareness. 



166 



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167 





find the owner on page 186. 



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becky reed 

Janet wells 

Catherine boozeman 

susan hassell 

frances smith 

michele mcbrlde, classes 

becky smith, activities 

Julie blood, editor 

penny atwood 

ellen bready 

jo anne stevens, art 

ann sumner, honoraries 

linda wilson 

marion wainwright 

corrine ewing, administration 

lolly tiett, classes 

jeannette miltenberger, classes 

erik hearon, business manager 

susan richardson, student life 

madeline hunecke, classes 

linda dorsey, classes 

dave newton, assistant editor 

lem mitchell, sports, phot. ed. 

will koolsbergen, activities 

not pictured: 

kay neff 

jo walton 

debbie williams, features 

debbie bogan 

melanie bartling 

eleanor mccutcheon 

dian anderson 

susan bartling, greeks 

tommy woodall 

phil brooks 

ann mitchell 

Judy clinton 

jane mitchell 

cindy matheny, typist 

alex Wright, photographer 




captain blood! 



the bobashela 



169 



millsaps college concert choir 




reid burt 
a I ice rhea 
fran houser 
debbie nelson 
carol quin 
emily mitchell 

lucy hathorn 

debbie collins 

nancy speed 

sandy Williamson 

bonnie pitt 

lois sondusky 

dorothy chadwick 

kay mitchell 

betty elliott 

gail smith 

debbie Jennings 

nancy fulghom 

becky maize 

barbara fulton 

gena krone 

margie mcdavid 

morsha kemp 

charles harvey 

david dark 

greg meadows 

Steve burnett 
mark bebensee 
lewis cocke 

William young 
Jamie anding 
charles jemison 
cortez castilla 
patti mccarty 
joe burnett 
cindy brunson 
ken morrison 
pam capps 
bob lacour 
claudio carithers 
lynn shurley 
befh perry 
dave mcintosh 
diene harper 
mike weems 



directed by mr. leland byler 




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versatile, talented, enthusiastic — the troubadours 




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the millsaps troubadours, In performance and in rehearsal, display a professionalism and sense of assurlty which is second nature to 
a performer. 



froubadours 
musical director — leland byler 

accompanist mark bebensee 

bob lundy 

Jamie anding 

joe burnett 

lynn shurly 

louis cocl<e 

kay mitchell 

debbie collins 

carol quin 

claudia carithers 

annie chadwick 

many craft 

William young 

bob lacour 

david mcintosh 

lucy hathorne 




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Oklahoma! 



with us it's all . . . 
or nuthin'! 



louis cocke as curly and kay mitchell as laurie 



Ham young as will parker 



ann latham as ado annie 



sara Jordan as aunt eller 









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under the direction of lance goss and under 
the musical direction of leland byler, the large 
cast of Oklahoma! proved how much fun a musical 
could be. the cast was led by louis cocke and 
kay mitchell as curly and laurie. william young 
played will parker and ann latham played ado 
annie. 

strong support was given by sara Jordan as 
aunt eller, bruce partin as all hakim, raymond 
mcgee as jud, tom dupree as andrew carnes, and 
Carolyn holder as gertie. the cowboys, farmers 
and their women included foster collins, kenny 
oliver, gale smith, marion wainwright, jana moore, 
will koolsbergen, donna schwaiger, diana dyess, 
cindy Jordan, gene aldridge, phyllis alford, cindy 
brunson, allyn dark, debbie collins, art dyess, 
Wayne edwards, charles jemison, jan klein, pat 
lesh, gary moore, debbie nelson, barry plunkett, 
carol quin, John reid, george schlmmel, pam up- 
shaw, and rocky zachry. 





bruce partin as all haldn 



roymond mcgee as jud 



will parlcer and the boys In "kansas city" — (frst row) ken oliver, barry plunkett, charles Jemison, gene aldridge 
bergen, gary moore, george schimmel, art dyess, rocic zachry, John reid, and william young (In the air). 



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a giant squid has aftaclted the survivors' raft and arthur declares that it is the god, made squid. 
torn dupree, ann latham, leo haffey, claire crofford, and Julius cain. 



left to right) melford smith, art dyess, ava mcdaniel, 




the lecturer, gary moore, looks on as strongman tony, melford smith, proves that the god arthur, torn dupree, can be killed. 



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arena '69: "after the rain'' 



chosen as the arena '69 presentaflon was an unusual play 
by british aufhor John bowen. under the direction of lance 
goss, the players perfornned "after the rain" in the round in 
galloway arena theatre. 

the setting for the play is a university lecture hall, two 
hundred years after the great rain of 1971. for the benefits 
of the students, the story of their ancestors — nine survivors 
of the rain — is being presented. 

these nine men and women are themselves convicts who 
perform while under hypnosis, they are guided through the 
action by the lecturer who in the end realizes their one crime 
is individuality. 






bruce par+In, angelyn sloan, Julius cain, margaret graham 



margaret graham and Julius cain 



Impromptu — by tad mosal 

directed by Stanley graham 



will koolsbergen and anne latham 



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gall smith and louis cocke 



the apple tree — by jerry bock 

directed by william young 



diana dyess, will koolsbergen, John reid, anne latham, ed boucom 



hello, out there — by william saroyan 
directed by sara Jordan 




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escalus, leo haffey 

paris, lewis cocke 

montague, will kooisbergen 

capuiet, torn dupree 

romeo, jullus coin 

mercutlo, gary moore 

benvolio, John reid 

tybalt, mike taylor 

friar iourence, foster collins 

friar John, bruce partin 

baitharsar, rocky zachry 

abrom, mike weems 

Sampson, shown mahaffey 

gregory, oiex wright 

peter, iourie deere 

servant to paris, melisso milonos 

lady montague, diana dyess 

lady capuiet, ongelyn sloan 

Juliet, claire crofford 

nurse to Juliet, linda sudduth 



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girls thought that by liberating themselves from 

the dress code 

they would liberate their intellect 

and they wore pants to class .... 

boys thought that by liberating themselves from 

the razor 

they could sleep six extra minutes .... 

it was the year of 

peacebeadselectriccurlersmaxicoatsdraftlotterysideshoebuckles 

and abject poverty .... 



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partly cloudy today 

with slow warming trend tomorrow 

winds from the north 

have been increasing steadily 

creating high pressure areas 

across the south .... 

as the real world reached in 

words like interdependence lost their textbook frigidity 

we were involved .... 

some of us thought 

spiroagnew really was a respiratory disease, 

and that of course made us focus on 

pollution .... 

we were shocked when we realized 

that the war is not only in asia 

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apathy .... 

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motives were essential .... 

we went to basketball games to win the 

spirit trophy .... 

we went to the symphony because we needed 

to pass aesthetics .... 

the series committee never gave us 

a motive for convocation, 

but dove brubeck didn't need one .... 

we fought for liquor at off-campus parties, 

open dorms, beer in the grill, 

and didn't win .... 



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the newspapers didn't notice. . . . 
we began to read the senate minutes 
and we wondered how much voice 
the senate had, so to find out 
we resolved to put a student on the 
board of trustees .... 
defying premature death notices, the 
greeks made it through another year .... 
for the most part, our opinions of the 
cafeteria remained unprintable (though 
one vocal person expressed discontent by 
screaming "i hate that food" from a car 
window as he drove through campus) .... 
we sympathized with the misunderstood cola 
and decided that only in the grill does 
dr. pepper taste like prune juice .... 




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we heard that GOD was dead 

but we looked anyway because 

man was not reason enough .... 

we debated about the intellectuality of patriotism 

and were intrigued by the fact that 

at a basketball game we skipped the 

STAR SPANGLED BANNER because of 

technical difficulties .... 

we deplored man's shortcomings because 

it is time to be aware, 

but we laughed and played frisbee because 

we are young .... 




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senior i 



ndex 



bruce adorns, seabrook, texas; student union board 
chrm.; senate; lloo; phi alpha theto; p&w; 
boboshelo; football manager; sports information 
director; m-club; dean's list. 



jeannie gourcs, Jackson; kd; seb sec.-treas.; sec- 
treos. jr. class; sigma lambda; p&w; chapel choir, 
players; who's who in american colleges & universi- 
ties; dean's list; panhellenic. 



phyllis horris, cory; chl omega, socio I chairmen; 
bobashela; intromurols; campus beauty; cheer- 
leader; junior yeor in spoin. 



dion anderson, vicksburg; chi omega; kappa delta 
epsilon; sec.; boboshelo; p&w; millsaps singers; 

dean's list; ywco. 



ken net h woyne barton, Jackson; dean's list; vice- 
pres. pre-low club; young democrats. 



cindy brunson, jockson; chi omega, music chairman; 
p&w; concert choir; troubadours; players; homecom- 
ing; most beautiful; miss millsaps college; 4th runner 
up to miss mississippi; director campus song fest; 
director miss millsaps college pageant. 



terry buckolew, pineville; senotor, oed, bbb, theta 
nu sigma, xxx, track, basketball mgr. 



joe Burnett, corthage; millsaps singers, troubadours; 
players; honors program; pre-low club; ministerial 
league; young democrats. 



elizobeth camp bell, west point; chi omega; 
chapel choir; ywco. 



chorles dark, jr., Jackson; sigma nu; senator, direc- 
tor of independent activity; p&w; business manager; 

intromurals; intramurol council, sec.; chemistry lob 
assistant; circle k, vice-pres.; american chemical soci- 
ety; deutscher verein. 



david Wright dark, west point; soph, doss president, 
senior class president; omicron delta kappo; schiller 
gesellschoft; tennis; concert choir; troubodours; 
rhodes scholarship finalist; david m. key scholarship; 
intermediate germon award; who's who in american 
colleges and universities; dean's list. 



betty elliott, tylertown; phi mu; wsgo, bobashela; 

chapel choir; concert choir; dean's list; ywco; 
psychology club; christian council. 



richcrd h. eirod, jockson; phi alpha theto; chapel 
choir. 



molly fewel, meridian; chi omega vice-pres.; sena- 
tor; p&w; beauty; favorite. 



brenda gaddy, rolling fork; kappa delta epsilon; 
chapel choir; dean's list; world university service, 
msm. 



torn gerald, lelond; kappo alpha, kit kat, 
bobashela, players, who's who. 



don gibson, jockson; pres. black student association. 



lorry m. goodpaster, senotobio; Ixo, president, 
pledge trainer; intromurols; chapel choir; band; 
dean's list; intramural council, president; msm; 
ministerial league. 



John e. homby, itta beno; ko; football; golf; chemis- 
try lab assistant. 



soro elizobeth Jordan, purvis; zto; alpha psi omega 
sec.-treos.; p&w; intromurols; chapel choir; players, 
aunt ello in Oklahoma, directed hello out there. 



longford knight, meridian; ko; bobashela; football, 

manager-trainer; baseball; president m-club. 



mack land, dekolb; bbb; theto nu sigma; alpha 
epsilon delta; chapel choir; dean's list; circle-k. 



Julia loney, memphis; phi mu, treasurer; p&w; 

players; ywco. 



Caroline massey, little rock, ark.; phi mu, mem- 
bership chairman; president & vice-pres. of wsgo; 
seb president's cabinet; sigma lombdo; president 
panhellenic; sigma lambda president; sigma delta 
pi, sec.-treos.; koppa delta epsilon; majorette club; 
gamma gommo; boboshelo; p&w; sonders award in 
Spanish; who's who in american colleges & universi- 
ties; dean's list; orientation steering committee. 



rodney meeks, coral gables, fla.; Ixo; alpha epsilon 
delta, vice-pres. & historian; chi chi chi; theta nu 
sigmo, pres., vice-pres.; bobasheto; intromurols; 
freshman chemistry award; chemistry laboratory 
osst.; deutsche verein secretory. 



ondy mullins, macon; ko, no. IV; phi alpha theta. 



onnie b. murphy; Cleveland; phi mu. 



kathy murroy, hottiesburg; kappo delto, scholarship 
pledge, asst. treos., treasurer, pres.; sigma lambda 
kappo delta epsilon; mojorette club, vice-pres. 
p&w; intromurols; homecoming queen; cheerleoder 
wsgo; panhellenic. 



kothy neil, jockson; sec, phi mu; chapel choir; 
boboshelo. 



dionne partridge; meridian; chi omega, sec, pledge 
trainer; senate; wsgo executive board; sigma lamb- 
da; gommo gammo; eta sigmo; pi delta phi; schiller 
gesellschoft; chi delta; majorette club; boboshelo; 
p&w; intromurols; circle-k sweetheart; who's who in 
american colleges & universities; math assistant. 



beth hood perry, jockson; senate; phi alpha theto; 
p&w; concert choir; smith scholarship, history; music 
assistant; music club. 



richord perry, jockson; senate; publicotions board; 
p&w editor; wobosh college bachelor; dean's list; 
miss, young democrats; millsaps philosophy club; as- 
sociate fellow; center for the study of democratic in- 
stitutions; deutcher verein; writer's club; oreno. 



corol lynelle quin, yazoo city; millsops singers; 
troubadours; ployers; series committee; music 
deportment assistant; dorm assistant; music club, 
pres.; music educators national conference chopter 
vice pres. 



Stephen c. rosor, ocean springs; lombdo chi olpha, 
pledge educator; chapel choir; deon's list; msm; 
ministerial leogue. 



morion reid, |ackson; bbb; theta nu sigmo; dean's 
list. 



noomi tottis ridgwoy, jockson; chi omega; greek 
goddess; personel officer; sec.-treos. of senior closs; 

senate; millsaps singers; troubadours; orientation 
counselor; beauty; class favorite; most beautiful; 
homecoming queen; who's who in american colleges 
ond universities. 



tru rodgers, corthage; koppa delta; p&w. 



liso schonlou, monroe; phi mu; olpha epsilon delta; 
bbb. 



lynn shurley, meridian; lombdo chi alpha; 2nd vice- 
pres. seb; soph vice-pres.; odk; boboshelo; concert 
choir; troubadours; campus favorite; who's who in 
american colleges and universities; treasurer, circle 
k. 



edword h. simpson, winono; kit kot; chapel choir; 
dean's list; co-editor stylus; english dept. assistant; 
writer's club. 



Jeanne terpstro, jockson; chi omega, president, vice- 
president, rush choirmon; senate; chi delto; sigmo 
lambda; gommo gommo; bobashela; chapel choir; 
who's who in american colleges ond universities; 
dean's list; wsgo; ywco; writer's club; stylus staff. 



pom upshaw, ocean springs; pres. of kappo delta 
epsilon; chapel choir; dean's list; wus bazaar; ywco. 



robert word, meridian; koppa olpho, activities 
chairman and treasurer; traffic comptroller; student 
executive boord; senate; vice-president senior class; 
kit kat; gommo gommo; phi alpha theto; vice- 
president omicron delta koppo; business manager 
p&w, business staff of bobashela; who's who in 
omericon colleges and universities; first vice-pres. of 
miss, intercollegiote council; president of circle-k; 
orientation counselor; co-chairman of orientation; 
dean's list. 



timothy woyne whitoker, redwood; seb cabinet; phi 
alpha theto; president, ministerial leogue; commit- 
tee on purpose; millsaps self study. 

debbie wiltioms, jockson, tenn; chi omego; 
panhellenic vice-president; gammo gommo ; ma- 
jorette club; p&w; boboshelo; head cheerleader; 
orientation counselor; p.e. ossistont; ywco. 



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ralph wittal iii, gulfport; schiller gesellschaft; pres- 
ident music club; guild student group, president. 



jerry young, greenville; pres. sigmo delta pi; eta 
sigmo; language dept. assistant; intensive summer 
studies program at Columbia university; dean's list; 
who who's in american colleges and universities; 
woodrow Wilson fellowship; nominated tor rhodes, 
danforth, morshall scholarships. 



william h. young, jockson; tou koppo epsilon; alpho 
psi omego; bobashela, p&w photographer; concert 
choir; troubadours; players. 



jane zickler, florence, ala.; chi omego; intermurals; 
ywca. 





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index 



adams, brett, 1 1 9, 1 37, 1 42, 1 43 

odams, bruce, 42, 84, 85 

adcock, harvey, 66 

ainsworth, John, 1 19, 165 

aldridge, gene, 52, 175 

alexander, linda, 66, 131 

algood, tonny, 128 

amacker, dempsey, 58 

amos, pat, 119, 134, 137, 143 

anderson, dion, 42, 83, 1 16 

anderson, robert netl, 1 19 

anding, James, 66, 128, 170, 171, 173 

apostle, dene, 99 

apostle, nick, 143 

applewhite, victor, 1 19 

ash, [ohn, 66, 124 

atkinson, waiter, 124 

atkinson, william, 66 

atwood, penny, 66, 120, 168 

cubert, dick, 52, 128 

aycock, reg, 1 I 9 

oycock, william, 1 ] 9 

bobb, nancy, 42 

boiley, jerold, 52, 78. 124 

baker, edwin, 58 

ballos, elaine, 52 

bclof, terry, 58 

barnard, Jeanne, 58, 1 16 

bornes, becky, 58, 1 16 

barnett, jomes, 1 1 9 

bartling, buddy, 135. 143 

bartling, melanie, 52, 1 16 

bartling, suson, 52, 1 16 

barton, kenneth, 42 

baucom, edward, 179 

bebensee, mark, 58. 128, 170, 171 

beck, morso, 58, 126, 164 

beckmon, bill, 1 19, 146, 149 

behrens, bret, 146, 147 

bentley, randy, 66, 1 19 

betterton, jerry, 52, 122, 146, 147 

bint, diana, 1 66 

black, warren, 52, 128 

blackwell, isabel, 42 

blair, danny, 1 1 9 

blood, julie-mac. 52, 1 16, 168, 184 

bobbs, beverly, 58 

boerner, bill, 1 1 9 

began, debbie, 66, 1 16 

boone, doug, 128 

booth, george, 165 

booth, bob, 146, 148, 149 

bookers, rusty, 84, 126, 166 

boozman, Catherine, 66 

boshers, rusty, 141, 143 

box, robert, 1 19 

brantley, jack, 66, 122, 143 

brasell, betsy, 52 



bready, ellen, 53, 116. 168 

bridewell, joe, 128 

britton, blann, 122 

brooking, carl, 128,53 

brooks, tricio, 66, 1 16 

brooks, phil, 1 19 

brown, brenda, 58, 96, 97, 120 

brown, burrell, 53 

brunson, cindy, 42, 94, 170, 171 

brunson, dorothy, 1 16 

bryant, thomos. 143 

buckolew, terry, 42, 79, 84 

buckley, spurgeon, 67 

bullock, judi, 126 

burnett, joe, 42, 170, 171, 173 

burnett, steve, 67. 170, 171 

burt, reid, 170, 171 

butler, sue, 58 

butler, ed, 67 

coin, Julius, 176. 178, 180, 181 

callen, fred, 128 

Campbell, elizobeth, 43 

capps, pam, 53, 170, 171 

capps, bob, 1 19 

corithers, Claudia, 58, 116, 170. 171. 173 

carnathcn, cynthio, 67, 1 16 

carpenter, jill, 53, 1 1 6 

carter, mike, 105, 139, 143. 146, 147 

Castillo, corotez. 170, 171 

catchings, phil. 67 

caves, marsho, 67, 109 

cavett, Connie, 78, 109 

covin, margaret, 43 

chodwick. annie, 120, 173 

chodwick, dorothy, 67, 120. 170, 171 

chambers, mimi, 67 

chambliss, leonord, 53 

champion, borboro, 59, 1 16 

Chatham, frankie, 78, 79, 82. 84, 109, 126 

childress. connie, 59 

choate, waiter, 67, 1 19 

Christopher, charles, 59 

dark, allyn, 67. 119 

dark, david, 43, 78, 107, 170, 171 

dork, eric. 43, 67, 82, 119 

clorke, kay, 59 

dark, robert, 53 

Clifford, donald, 67 

clinton, [udy. 67, 126 

cocke, lewis, 119, 1 70, 171, 173, 174, 1 79, 181 

coe, paula, 67 

coker, mike. 111, 133. 137, 143 

Collins, debbie, 59, 170, 171, 173 

Collins, foster, 43, 119, 175, 181 

conerly, frank, 43 

Conner, david, 1 24 

converse, marianna, 67, 120 




cook, carol, 43, 120 

cook, becky, 59 

cook, bill, 67 

coop, mike, 119, 143 

coppage, keith, 53 

corban, bob. 67, 119, 143 

countiss, eugene, 43, 84 

Covington, gayle, 53, 131 

croft, mary, 53, 120, 173 

crofton, donald, 143 

crenshow, jan, 84 

Crocker, Jonathan, 59 

crofford, claire, 59, 116, 176, 180, 181 

Culpepper, chuck, 124 

Cunningham, george, 67, I 19 

Cunningham, robert, 84 

dailey, butch, 67, 122, 143 

dancsisin, paul, 67, 122, 143 

danrel, donna, 43, 120 

dorsey, bill, 67, 119 

davidson, mike, 53, 122 

davis, beverly, 59, 120 

davis, beth, 43, 146 

davis, f ranees, 67, 116, 165 

davis, millord, 67 

davis, sue henry, 59, 1 16, 85 

deere, lourie, 67, 181 

dees, Jesse, 53, 124 

dennis, jerrelyn, 43, 83, 126 

denson, lorry, 1 43 

dessommes. marcelle, 53, 126 

dorsey, linda, 53, 168 

douglass, doug, 59, 128 

dudley, candy, 53. 116. 164, 78 

dunn, doug, 68, 1 1 9 

dunn, marcella, 53. 126 

dupree, tom. 176, 179, 181 

durrett, john, 78, 85 

dycus, linda, 1 20 

dye, david, 54, 155 

dyess, art, 175, 176 

dyess, dianna, 68 179, 181 

edwards, woyne. 128 

elliott, betty, 43. 170, 171 

elrod, dick, 44, 85 

ewing, corinne, 59, 131, 168 

ezelle, frank, 59,68. 128 

ezelle, fred, 59, 128, 154, 155 

ezelle, will, 44 

fabian, beverly, 54 

farr, robbie, 59. 124 

forris, pam, 84, 126 

feather, ron, 68, 146, 148 

felder, gene, 68 

ferguson, robert, 146, 148 

fesmire, alice ann, 54 

fewel, molly, 44, 1 1 6 

field, anna, 59, 120 

fleming, george, 59 

flett, lolly. 54, 131, 168 

flynt, Joel. 44 

ford, chip. 44, 78, 1 1 1, 124 

ford, nan, 54, 100. 104, 120 

ford, robert, 59, 128 

foster, nancy, 59, 166 

fox, sheila, 68, 165 

frascogna, greg. 1 19 

freeman, alicia. 68. 126 

fulghom, nancy, 59, 126, 170, 171 

fuller, henri alyce, 68, 1 16 

fulton, borbara, 170, 171 

furr, betsy. 120 

gaddy. brenda, 44, 83 

gamble, hank, 1 19, 143 

gates, elynor, 120 

gault, margaret, 59, 126 

gerald, tommy, 44, 84, 107, 1 19 

gerrish, horlon, 44, 146, 148, 149 

gheesling, joe, 68, 122, 143 

gibson, don, 44 

gill, joel, 68, 122 

gillespie, george, 82 

gillon. peggy, 44 

ginn, gory, 44 

gist, trey, 68, 122 

glassco, mory, 54, 120 

gober, george, 68, 128 

godfrey, billy dale, 54, 101, 104, 119, 143 



goettman, carole, 68 

goodpaster, lorry m., 44, 124 

goolsby, Jennifer, 60, 124 

goolsby, John, 68 

gouras, Jeanne, 84, 92, 93, 1)1, 120 

graham, bill, 60, 128 

granthom, 1 43 

graves, ben, 45, 1 19 

graves, glendo, 54, 1 16 

graves, janis, 60, 120 

graves, lynn, 68, 120 

gray, ricky, 55 

green, ann hcrlond, 66, 68, 120 

green, morgie, 68 

gregg, rosemary, 55, 126 

griffin, morgaret, 55, 126 

gwin, georgia, 60, 131 

haffey, leo, 176, 181 

hogan, jomes, 60 

hogon, kenneth, 146, 148 

hogw/ood, mary, 68, 126 

hoirston, beverly, 55 

hall, glenn, 128 

hollas, rachel, 68, 120 

homby, John, 45, 1 19 

hamby, warren, 55 

hamilton, robin, 60, 165 

hand, steve, 60 

hardy, scott, 128 

hargett, Jennifer, 68, 131 

horkey, Virginia, 60, I 16, 165 

horlcn, sally lou, 68, 126 

harper, goylon, 68, 122 

harper, diene, 68, 170, 171 

harris, comille, 60 

horris, gordon, 55 

harris, phyllis, 45, 1 16 

horrop, randy, 69, 122, 146, 147 

horvey, charles, 55, 82, 128, 170, 171 

hassell, suson, 60, 131, 166 

hathorn, lucy, 69, 116, 170, 171, 173 

howorth, charlie, 60 

hoymons, george, 60, 128 

heord, phebe, 69. 99, 104, 1 16 

hearon, erik, 45, 78, 83. 108, 128. 168 

hearon, mark, 69, 128 

henderson, dork, 135, 141, 142, 143 

hendrix, cheralyn, 166 

henry, susan, 69, 126 

herring, james, 45 

herring, robert, 69, 122 

hester, bob, 45, 150, 151 

hicks, doc, 55, 128 

hobbs, evons, 6t, 128 

hoch, barbie, 69, 120 

hogan, marionne, 61 , 131, 1 64 

holder, corolyn. 69, 1 16 

holder, janies, 55. I 19 

holder, tommy, 61 

hollingshead, franklin, 69 

hollingsworh, terry. 69 

holston, james, 69 

holt, bill, 61 

hood, beth, 46, 85, 170, 171 

houser,fran, 61,99, 105, 116, 170, 171 

howell, jeonnine, 69, 120 

howell, joey, 55. 85, 165 

howell, John, 69 

howorth, charles, 28 

hudson, michelle, 69, 165 

hudson, tom, 61 

humphries, ken, 55, 122 

humphries, dianne, 61 , 126 

hunecke, madeline. 46, 131, 168 

hunt, becky, 70, 126 

hutton, lynne, I 1 6 

abour, karlo, 61 

ackson, dena fair, 70, 1 16 

effreys, \er\, 70, 126 

emison, charles, 61, 170, 171, 175 

ennings, debbie, 61, 126, 170, 171 

ew, hermon, 70, 128 

ohnson, mike, 55, 82, 124 

ones, borbora, 55, 84, 120 

ones, mark, 1 1 9 

ones, richard, 61, 122 

ones, wanda, 164 

ones, Virginia, 61 

ordon^ cynthia, 46, 83 

ordan, bessle, 61 

ordan, sandy, 46 

ordon, paul, 46, 85 

ordon, regina, 55 



jordon, sora, 79, 174 

kaiser, sandro, 70 

kelly, Virginia, 70, I 16 

kelly, rebecca, 46 

kendrick, helen, 70, 1 16 

kemp, marcia, 120, 170, 171 

kenna, shellie, 55, I 16 

kennedy, lindo, 61 

kernell, michael, 70 

keyes, dole, 70, 143 

king, dick, 61 

king, lanny, 61, 122 

king, gary, 1 19 

king, usherlean, 70 

klein, jonet, 70 

knight, longford, 46, 143, 157 

koolsbergen, will, 168, 175, 178, 179, 181 

krause, koren, 46 

krone, geno, 1 70, 1 71 

kuebler. dick, 46, 122 

locour, bob, 70, 128. 170, 171, 173 

lamb, herb, 61, 124 

lomke, sharon, 71, 126 

lamon, rufe, 1 1 9 

land, mack, 46, 79 

laney, julio, 46, 126 

lathom, ann, 174, 176. 178. 179 

leo, Clyde, 46, 107 

leftwich, korin, 55, 83, 1 16, 165 

legler, david, 71, 122 

lesh, pat, 47 

levey, lynn, 71, 164 

lewis, don, 58, 128 

lewis, bert, 1 19 

lewis, mortho, 61, 126, 165 

liles, arthur, 47, 85, 1 19 

lippord. pomelo jon, 62, 131, 165 

little, trudy, 55. 98, 120 

loewenberg, olvin, 71, 120 

loftin, gracie, 71, 120 

logon, jojo, 136. 143 

love, ivenue, 71 

lowery, becky, 85 

lowry, jonet, 71 

lundy, bob, 55 

lyle, luanne, 71 

mcalilly, debbie, 71, 120 

mcbridge, michele, 71, 120, 168 

mccorty, potti, 47. 170, 171 

mccearly, paul. 47 

mccollum, david, 62, 82 

mccutcheon, eleanor, 71 

mcdaniel, ova, 71. 176 

mcdovid, morgie, 170, 171 

mcdonald, John, 62 

mcewen, chris, 71, 1 24 

mcewen, rick, 62 

mcgee, mike, 71, 143 

mcgehee, romon, 79, 175 

mcglothlin, jim, 119 

mcgovern, dianne, 47 

mcinnis, dint, 146, 149 

mcintosh, david. 170, 171, 173 

mckie, billy, 55, 128 

mckinley, berlindo, 71 

mckinnon, hugh, 71, 124 

mcleod, robby, 84, 135, 139, 141, 143 

mohoffey, shown, 181 

moize, connie, 62, 1 16 

maize, becky, 62, 116, 170. 171 

mojure, ann, 62 

malchow, hoi, 71, 128 

molone, albert, 71 

mongum, volerie, 62 

monn, cynthia, 62 

manning, jim, 71 , 1 22 

moroscolco, don, 62, 122, 154 

moroscolco, ron, 71, 122 

marett, sara, 58, 62, 120 

marsh, david, 71, 122, 143 

massey, Caroline, 47, 78, 83, 85, 108, 126, 164 

matheny, cindy, 62 

mouldin, bill, 62 

mayer, scott, 71, 124 

moyfield, billy joe, 124 

meachom, cele, 71, 120 

meadows, greg, 72, 124, 170, 171 

meek, christi, 55, 131, 165 

meeks, rodney, 48, 124, 179 

meeks, steve, 62, 124 

mesick, hillary, 166 

meyer, margoret, 63 

middleton, jeonne, 44, 84, 168 



miller, rhonda, 72 

mills, glenn, 72 

milonos, melisso. 63, 84, 1 16. 181 

miltenberger, jeonnette, 63, 131 

minyard, kothryn, 72, 120 

mitchell, ann, 72, I 16 

mitchell, edwin, 63 

mitchell, beth, 72, 1 16 

mitchell, emily, 63, 103, 116, 170, 17) 

mitchell, jane. 63, I 16 

mitchell, lem, 55, 83, 104, 122, 168 

mitchell, kay, 72, 170, 171, 173, 174 

mitzelliotou, ioonno, 55, 99. 104 

motstod, leroy, 48 

montgomery, mary, 72, 165 

moore, charlene, 72, 126 

moore, gary, 63, 128, 175, 176, 181 

moore, jana, 72, 1 31 

moore, joe, 63, 128 

moore, jean, 72, 1 26 

moore, robert b., 72 

moore, robert I., 66 

moore, robert m., 55. 128 

morrison, ken, 48, 1 70, 1 7 1 

morrow, anne hart, 56, 120 

moseley, jane, 48 

mullin, jan, 72, 124 

mullins, andy, 48, 85, 1 19 

murphree, Virginia, 48, 85, 1 19 

murphy, onnie, 48, 126 

murphy, onne, 63, 1 16 

murroh, phil, 72, 122 

murray, kathy, 78, 84, 85, 100, 120 

murray, mortho, 72 

nease, nancy, 126, 72 

neff, sharon koy, 126, 72 

neil, kathleen onn, 124 

nelson, benjamin howord, 72, 128 

nelson, deboroh dione, 48, 170, 171 

newman, richard alien 143 

newton, Cleveland 56, 168 

nicholson, suson jane, 56, 120, 99, 100 

nicovich, John michael. 81 

nix, jock, 63, 124 

noble, vicki lynn, 1 20 

nonnemocher, dovid wolter, 72 

norris, debbie ann 72, 1 16 

o'brien, williom fhomas, 73 

o'keefe, kenneth michael, 56, 128 

oliver, John kenneth, 175 

ott, luther smith 136, 143, 119 

owens, louro jo, 73 

ozborn, george michael, 79, 56 

pock, lucio vern, 63, 1 16 

page, cheryl onne, 124, 165 

porker, gregg scott, 124 

porker, hugh james, 124 

porker, robert flores, 73, 1 24 

pornell, michael alien, 62, 128 

parsutt, beverly j., 126 

parsutt, stephonie lynn, 73, 126, 99 

partin, burce lynn, 79, 175, 178, 181 

partridge, mary dianne, 48, 78, 82, 83, 85, 1 10, 

116, 158 
patrick, william Howard, 57, 78 
peorson, marvin edword, 73, 15) 
peorson, signe sue, 73, )20 
Peebles, soroh mccrody, 120 
perry, richard lee, 166 
peterson, Stephen wendell, 166 
peyton, erwin harry, jr., 56 
phorr, richard warren, 63 
pierce, jamelin day, 56, 1 16 
piper, sharon lee, 46, 126 
pitt, n. bonnie, 170, 171 
plunkett, barry kyle, 48, 128, 175, 79 
poole, bertie elizabeth, 73, ) 16 
post, henry orie, 1 1 9 
powell, carol lorroine, 73 
powell, Curtis martin, 56 
prother, lyndo carol, 63 
prospere, reed walker, 1 19 
provine, morion koy, 85 
provost, onn claire, 63, 120 
quin, carol lynelle. 170, 171, 173 
rophoel, williom Joseph, 128 
rosor, Stephen chorles, 124 
redden, lindo christine, 73, 120 
reid, ethel morion, 48 
reed, becky, 168 

reid, John randolph, 73, 175, 179, 181 
rhea, olice, 73, 78,82, 116, 170, 171 
rheo, fronces, 56, 1 16 



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MPd is People... 

serving as Community Builders 



People like Sue Fountain, MP&L Electric Living Consultant at 
Natchez, work enthusiastically at their job which consists of help- 
ing people learn new ways to live better . . . electrically. 

Like all 1200 employees in the MP&L family. Sue realizes that her 
role as a community builder is complemented by supporting Girl 
Scouting, membership in the Natchez Pilot Club, and chairmanship 
of the Home Economists in Business section of the Mississippi 
Home Economics Association. 

MP&L is proud of its large family of community builders who 
are "Helping Build Mississippi." 




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rhoden, James coleman, 73, 1 20 
richordson, susan joy, 1 16, 168 
richter, frances, 56, 102, 105, 116, 101 
riddle, nancy, 56, 1 16 
riemonn, david, 1 28 
roberts, cynthio, 63 
roberts, donold lee, 63, 79, 124 
roberts, may genevieve, 63 
robertson, nathon scott, 74 
robinson, Joyce, 48 
rochester, jan gardner, 74, 126 
rodgers, gwendolyn tru, 49 
rosenblatt, mynette dee, 74 
rowell, kothy regenia, 83 
rowen, patricio lynn, 56 
sabatini, nicholos andrew, 56, 1 24 
salvo, many loretto, 64, 120 
sample, margaret anne, 49, 1 26 
Sanderson, sera ann, 120 
Sandusky, lots, 74, 1 16, 170, 171 
sawyer, david norman, 74, 120, 150 
saxton, becky 56, 166 
schobot, robert eugene, 74 
schimmel, george, 64, 175 
schonlou, elizobeth Wallace, 49 



schuite, thomas, 146, 147, 148, 149 

Schuster, calvin lee, 74 

Schuster, eric Wallace, 128 

schwoiger, donna ann, 64 

scott, Janice faye, 49 

self, lanice, kay, 56. 85, 126 

sellers, madeline bruce, 64 

shelnut, edward earl, 74, 122 

shields, charles morris 1 19, 155 

shipp, thomas wilson, 64, 128 

shook, nancy paulette, 64, 126 

shurley, lynn edwin, 49, 105, 1 10, 170, 171, 173 

shuttleworfh, becky, 56, 1 16 

sigman, John timothy, 1 19 

sills, jock patton, 74 

sills, joe byrd, 64 

Simpson, edward, 49, 84 

Simpson, william mohler, 49 

slaughter, carolyn olivia, 74 

slay, glyn stevens, 74, 122 

sloan, margaret ongelyn, 56, 99, 100 

sloan, susan koy, 75, 120 

smith, beecher, 56, 122 

smith, frances holmes, 75, 131, 168 

smith, James thomas, 56 



smith, lillie e., 49 

smith, marietta, 64, 131, 159 

smith, melford, 50, 134, 139, 141, 143, 176 

smith, portia loretto, 64 

smith, rebecco ann, 64, 131, 168 

smith, William hunt, 64, 1 24 

snowden, jockie ray, 146, 148, 149 

speed, nanci margaret, 170, 171 

speer, james waiter III, 50 

spencer, John edward, 56, 79 

spring, robert g., 56, 1 40, 1 43 

storrett, keith, 75, 122, 143 

stauffer, kevin gale, 64, 122 

stauss, barbaro, 57. 1 16, 168 

Stevens, joe rondle, 75, 128 

stokes, david paul, 50 

stout, jim, 64, 128 

strong, william, 1 24 

sturdivont, micajah purnell, jr., 58, 65, 104, 128 

sudduth, linda tomlinson, 181 

sumner, ann carson, 75, 128 

sutphin, John everett, 50, 78, 79, 82, 109, 124 

talley, loura onita, 75, 1 16 

tote, ellen ferrell, 120 

tattis, naomi anthony, 50, 1 10, 1 16 



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taylor, John michael, I 19. 138, I4I, 143, 181 
terpstra, Jeanne anne 50, 78, 83, 84, 106, t 16 
terrell, sara alien, 57 
thatcher, georgia anne, 57, 120 
thomas alien ellis, 79, 1 19 
thomos, jack Stephen, 57, 122, Ml 
thompson, susan, 57 
thornfon, dan r., 75, 1 19 
tilghman, steve, iii, 65, 1 19 
tippins, pam, 98, 120 
toon, betty, 120 

torrey, rowan maurice, 138, 157 
towter, nancy, 75, 126 
uimer, billie rose, 75 
upshaw, pamela, 50 
vonevery, gene, 57, 119 
wade, burton, 85, 1 19 
wainwright, morion, 50, 131, 168 
walker, bedford, 65, 128 
walker, james, 75. 122 
walker, leonette, 65 
Wallace, willie, 84 
Walton, jo, 65 
ward, Christina, 57 

word, robert, 50, 78, 83, 84, 85, 106, 119 
warren, patti, 65, 126, 165 
watson, chaster, 57 
weakley, nan, 57 
weaver, raa anna, 75, 1 20 
weems, mike, 170, 171, 181 
wier, jim, 1 24 
wells, Janet, 75, 116, 168 
wentworth, Judy, 120 
west, robert wayne, 75 
westcott, dive gilbert, 157 
whitaker, tim, 85 
white, Susan, 50, 126 
wilkerson, John lorry, 50, 122 
Williams, auvergne, iii, 1 19 
Williams, betty ann, 50, 1 26 
Williams, debbie, 51,83, 85, 1 16 
v^illiams, margoret anne, 65 
Williams, robert lorry, 51 
Williamson, dovid ray, 51 
Williamson, robert chapman, 66, 1 19 
Williamson, sondro naomi, 75. 126, 170, 171 
Wilson, Joseph guerry, jr., 65 
Wilson, judy, 57, 102, 122 
Wilson, linda. 75, 131, 168 
Wilson, terrell eugane, 75 
winstead, terry glen, 75, 128 
wittal, rolph, iii, 51 
witty, rosalie, 1 26 
wolter, raymond, 79 
woodall, tommy, 65, 124 
woodall, billy, 65, 124 
v/oosley, jone, 75, 126 
wray, james m., 1 1 9 
wroy, johnny whitmire, 1 19 
wright, alex, 51, 82, 181 
v^/right, judy, 65, 1 31 
wyott. Ion, 51, 154 

yarbrough, ron, 51, 84, 90, 91, 106, 1 19 
young, william, 82, 108 
young, william horrison, 79, 170, 173, 175, 171, 

174 
youngblood, rebecca, 75 
zochry, robert harold, 75, 175, 181 
zickler, jane, 51 , 116 
zickler, dotty, 65, 116 



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