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Bobashela 

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Miflsaps- Wilson Library 
Jackson, Ms. 39210 



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I cannot tell my story 

without reaching a long way bacR."'"' 

If it were possible 

I would reach back farther still- 

into the very first years of my childhood, 

and beyond them 

into distant ancestral past. 



For this is my story. 




It is the story of a man, 

not of an invented, 

or possible, 

or idealized, 

or otherwise absent figure, 

but of a unique being 

of flesh and blood. 








Yet, what a real human being 
is made of 

seems to be less understood 
today 

than at any time before, 
and men- 
each of whom represents 
a unique and valuable experiment 
on the part of nature- 
are therefore 
shot wholesale nowadays. 








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If we were not something more than unique human beings, 

if each one of us could really be done away with 

once and for all 

by a single bullet, 

storytelling would lose all purpose. 

Each man is more than just himself. 





He also represents the unique, the very special 

and always significant 

and remarkable point 

at which the world's phenomena 

intersect, 

only once in this way 

and never again. 




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That is why 

every man's story is important, 

eternal, sacred; 

that is why every man, 

as long as he lives 

and fulfills the will of nature, 

is wondrous, 

and worthy of every consideration. 

In each individual 

the spirit has become flesh, 

in each man 

the creation suffers, 

within each one a redeemer 

is nailed to the cross. 



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Few people 

nowadays 

know 

what man is. 

Many sense this ignorance 

and die the more easily because of it. 




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I do not consider myself 

less Ignorant than most people. 

I have been 

and still am 

a seeker, 

but I have ceased to question stars 

and books. 

I have begun to listen to the teachings 

my blood 
whispers 
to me. 





My story is not a pleasant one; 

it is neither sweet nor harmonious, 

as invented stories are; 

it has the taste of nonsense and chaos, 

of madness and dreams. 

Like the lives of all men 

who stop deceiving themselves. 




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Each man's life represents 
a road toward himself, 
an attempt at such a road, 
the intimation of a patch. 
No man has ever been 
entirely 

and completely 
himself. 





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Yet each one strives 
to become that- 
one in an awkard, 
the other in a more intelligent way, 
each as best he can. 



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Each man carries 

the vestiges 

of his birth— 

the slime 

and eggshells 

of his primeval past- 

with him 

to the end 

of his days. 





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never become 

human, 

remaining 

frog, 

lizard, 

ant. 

Some 

are human 

above the waist, 

fish below. 



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Each represents 

a gamble 

on the part of nature 

in creation of the human. 

We all share the same origin, 

our mothers; 

all of us come in 

at the same door. 



But each of us— 
experiments 
of the depths- 
strives toward his own destiny. 



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We can understand one another; 

but each of us is able to interpret himself 

to himself alone. 



Herman Hesse 
Prologue to DEMIAN 




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Bobashela 1972 

Millsaps College 

Jackson, Mississippi 



Claire Crofford, Editor 

Micajah Sturdivant, Business Manager 

Dwight Adcock, Assistant Editor 



Pepper Calloway 

Hans Jany 

Jon Crocker 

John Archer, Photographers 



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Special Tribute 




Dr. Ross H. Moore 



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Dedication 




Dr. Charles Sallis 




Mr. Lance Coss 



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Faces 



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Dr. Edward M. Collins 

President 

Millsaps College 



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Mr. John Christmas 
Dean of Students 




Mr. Paul Hardin 
Registrar 



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Mr. J. Walton Lipscomb, III, Comptroller 
Mr. James W, Wood, Business Manager 
Mr. Jack L. Woodward, Director of Religious Life 



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Mrs. lane Rosson, Dean of Women 
Mrs. Ray Lolcama, College Buyer 




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Mr. Dick Wilcox, Public Relations 



Mrs. Katherine Lefoldt 
Academic Complex Hostess 



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Ancient Languages 






Dr. George Stephenson 
A. B. Millsaps College 
LL. D. Mississippi College 



Mrs. Magnolia Coullet, 

A. B. Millsaps College 

B. M. Belhaven College 

M. A. Univ. of Pennsylvania, 
M. A. Univ. of Miss. 



Art 




Mr. Bill Rowell 

B. F. A. Memphis Academy of Arts 

M. F. A. University of Mississippi 




Miss Lucy Webb Millsaps 
B. F. A. Newcomb College 
M. A. University of Mississippi 



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Biology 




Dr. Mack T. Finley 

B. S. Austin Peay State University 

M. S., Ph. D. Mississippi State University 



Dr. Rondal Bell, 

B. A. William lewel College 

M. S. University of New Mexico 

Ph. D. University of Mississippi 




Dr. lames McKeown, 

B. S. University of the South 

M. S. University of Mississippi 

Ph. D. Mississippi State University 

Mr. Robert B. Nevins 

A. B. Washington University 

M. S. University of Missouri 




Chemistry 




Dr. Eugene Cain 

B. S. University of North Carolina 

M. A., Ph. D. Duke University 



Dr. George Ezell, 

B. S. Mississippi College 

M. S. Florida State University 

Ph. D. University of Mississippi Med Center 






Dr. Allen Bishop, 

B. S. Millsaps College 

M. S. Louisiana University 

Ph. D. University of Houston 

Dr. Roy Berry 

B. S. Mississippi College 

Ph. D. University of North Carolina 



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Economics 



Dr. Richard Baltz, A.A. Belleville )r. College 

B. B. A. Baylor University; M. S. Baylor University 

Ph. D. University of Arkansas 




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Education 




Mrs. Myrtis F. Meaders 

B. S. Millsaps College 

M. Ed. Mississippi College 




Mr. lames Marble 

A. A. Hinds )r. College 

B. S. Mississippi State University 



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English 



Mr. Daniel Hise 

B.A. University of California at Berkley 

Advanced Graduate Work Tulane University 




Robert H. Padgett 

Fulbright Scholar 

B.A, Te\as Christian University 

MA. Vanderbilt University 




Miss Mildred L. Morehead 
A.B. Mississippi Stale College for Women 
A.M. Duke University 

Advanced Graduate Study-Columbia University 
University of Colorado 



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Dr. George W. Boyd 
A.B. Murray State College 
A.M. University of Kentucky 
Ph. D. Columbia University 



Marshall T. Keys 

A.B. Rutgers College 

M.A. Advanced Study Vanderbilt University 



Mrs. Lois T. Blackwell 
A.B. Mississippi College 
A.M. Mississippi College 



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Geology 




Dr. Richard Priddy 

B. S. Ohio Northern University 

A. M., Ph. D. Ohio State University 



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Mr. Wendell )ohnson 

B. S. Kansas State University 

M. S. Kansas State University 




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History 




Dr. Ross Moore, B. S., M. S. Millsaps College 
A. M. University of Chicago 
Ph. D. Duke University 




Dr. Frank Laney 

A. B. University of Mississippi 

A. M., Ph. D. University of Virginia 



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Languages 





Mr. Billy Bufkin 

A. B., A. M. Texas Technological College 

Diploma de Estudios Hispanicos, Universidad de Madrid 



Mrs. Nellie Hederi 

B. A. MSCW 

M. A. Tulane University 




Mr. James van Houten 

B. A. Hunter College 

Various Studies in Germany and Cornell University 



Mr. lohn Guest 

A. B. University of Texas 

A. M. Columbia University 




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Mathematics 





Mr. Herman McKenzie 

B. S. Milisaps College 

M. Ed., M.S. University of Mississippi 



Mr. Arnold Ritchie 

B. S. Nortlieastern of Oklahoma 

M. S. Oklahoma State University 



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Dr. Samuel Knox, B. A. University Of Mississippi 

M. A. University of Mississippi 

Ph. D. Virginia Polytecfinic Institute 



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Dr. Robert Shive 

B. A., M. S. Southern Methodist University 

Ph. D. Iowa State University 



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Music 







Mr. Leiand Byler 

B. A, Goshen College 

M. M. Northwestern University 



Mrs. Louise Byler 

B. A. Belhaven College 

M. M. Louisiana Stale Llniversity 





Mr. Thomas Holt 

B. M. Manhattan School of Music 

M. M. Manhattan School of Music 



Mr. McCarrell Ayers 

B. M. Eastman School of Music (U. of Rochester) 

M. M. Indiana Llniversity 



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Dr. Robert E. Bergmark 

A. B. Emory University 

S. T. B., Ph. D. Boston University 



Philosophy 



Dr. Michael H. Mitias 

B.A. Union College 

Ph. D. University of Waterloo 



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Physical Education 



Miss Mary Ann Edge 

B.S., M.S. University of Mississippi 

Advanced Graduate Study University of Southern Mississippi 



Thomas L. Ranager 

B.S. Mississippi State University 



45 




Dr. lames Montgomery 

A.B. Birmingham-Southern College 

M.A., Ed. D. George Peabody College for Teachers 

Harper Davis; B.S. Mississippi State University 

M.Ed. Mississippi State University 

Advance Graduate Study Mississippi State University 




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Mr. Charles B. Calloway 

B.S. Millsaps College 

Advanced Graduate Work Duke University 



Dr. Peter C. Rovve 



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Political Science 





Mr. John Quincy Adams, B.A. Rice University 
M. A. Texas Western College 
LL. B. University of Texas 



Dr. George Wolfe 
Visiting Professor 
■ Political Science 



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Psychology 



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Dr. Edmond Venator 

B. A. University of Buffalo 

Ph. D. Emory University 



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Dr. Russell Levanway 



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Dr. T. W. Lewis, B. A. Millsaps College 
B. D. Southern Methodist 
Ph. D. Drew University 



Religion 




Mr. Robert Anding, A. B. Millsaps College 
B. D. Emory University 
A M. Mississippi College 




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Sociology 



Dr. Mickey Clampit 
Northwestern University, B.A. 
Harvard University, Ph.D. 







Mrs. Frances Coker 

Millsaps College, A.B. 

Illinois Institute of Technology, M.S.T. 



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Speech and Theatre 




Dr. Douglas Davis 
Delta State, B.S. 
Univ. of Hawaii, M.A. 
Indiana Univ., Ph.D. 




Mrs. Nancy Sullivan 

Millsaps College, B.A. 

Univ. of Southern Mississippi, M.A. 



Mr. Lance Coss 

Millsaps College, B.A. 

Northwestern Univ., M.A. 

Advanced study. The Manhattan Theatre Colony, 

Ogunquit Playhouse, Belfry Theatre, Univ. of So. Calif. 




51 



Sue Henry Davis, Mayersville, English 
Tommy Woodall, Meridian, History 







Donna Schwaiger, Cordova, Tenn., Education 

Steve Meeks, Coral Cables, Fla., Math and Philosophy 



53 




Cynthia Roberts, Sardis, Psychology 



Mark Bebensee, Meridian, Math and Economics 




54 



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Bill Strong, Vicksburg, Biology 



Ion Crocker, Mt. Ranier, Md., Geology 




55 




Charles lemison, Indianola, English 



Billy Woodall, Meridian, Mathematics 




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Robin Hamilton, Fairfax, Va., Spanish 




Cynthia Mann, Memphis, Tn., History 



Lanny King, Jackson, Geology 




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Marietta Smith, Cleveland, English 





David Walker, Columbia, Chemistry 



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Greg Parker, Long Beach, Biology 





Catherine Boozman, Jackson, History 



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Shawn Mahaffey, Pascagoula, Sociology 



Nancy Foster, Biloxi, Political Science 




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Ivenue Love, Meridian, Mathematics 














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Tom Hudson, Shubuta, Biology 



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Fran Houser, lackson, Tenn., Education 



Paul Smith, lackson, English 




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Margaret Williams, Ocean Springs, English 



George Haymans, Gainesville, Ga., Geology 






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Becky Maize, Germantown, Tenn., Music 




Bill Mauldin, Pontotoc, English 




lane Leech, Tupelo, Elementary Education 



64 




Martha Lewis, lackson, Mathematics 



Ferrell Tadlock, Raliegh, English 





Bill Smith, Centreville, Biology 



Claire Crofford, Decatur, Ca., Speech-Theatre 




66 




Lisa Lord, Meridian, English 



David Conner, Natchez, Chemistry 




Ann Latham, lackson. Theatre 



Terre Balof, Clarksdale, Religion 




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Debbie Collins, lackson, Music Education 





Dale Morris, Columbia, Biology 



Camille Harris, Pontotoc, Education 



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SULLIVAN-HARRELL HALL 



Mike Nicovich, Hattiesburg, Chemistry 




luditln Wright, Memphis, Tenn., German 




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Lee Schuster, Brandon, Chemistry 




James Holston, Laurel, Biology 



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Charles Culpepper, Meridian, History 




72 




Nancy Fulgham Conner, lackson, Organ 



Corinne Ewing, Nashville, Tenn., Elementary Education 




73 



Claudia Carithers O'Keefe, Meridian, French 





Audrey Boggan, Rose Hill, History 




Lucy Hathorn, Oxford, History 




Hugh Varner, Laurel, Chemistry 



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Ginger Jones, Jackson, Biology 



lames Elliott, lackson. Psychology 




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Barbara Ann Carroon, lackson. Sociology 




77 







Elvnor Gates 

Lewisburg, Tennessee, Education 




78 




Richard Pharr 
Jackson, History 




Diane Humphries 
Hermanville, English 



79 





Virginia Harkey 
Monroe, La., English 



Connie Maize 
Cermanitown, Tenn., English 



80 




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Allyn Clark 








Rachael Hallas 








Phebe Heard 








Rosalie Witty 








Paula Coe 








Cele Meachem 








Suzie Sloan 








Signe Pearson 









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Paul Christu 
Scott Greene 
Richard Austin 





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Becky Reagor 
Ronnie Marascaico 







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Susan Clegg 
Carol Anne Stone 
Mary Dell McCoy 
Ellen Bear 



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Maxine Chase 
Daphine Cordon 
Georgia Triplet! 
Alice Faye Boyd 



Creg Meadows 
Alvin Lowenberg 
Wendell Holmes 
John McVey 




S^fc^JES 



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Marsha Caves 
SalK VVorsham 
Ann Mitchell 



Janet Lowry 

Sandv Williamson 

SalK Bush 

Susan Parks 




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Marcia Melichar 
Steve Whatley 
Connie Boozman 
Wilson LaFoe 
David Douglas 
Kent Darsey 
Mary Neill 



Brian Hearon 

Dede Woroner 

Dianne Madison 




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Laurie Newton 
Pam Warren 
Nan Craves 
Carrie McKenzie 
Isabel Patterson 
lean Bailey 
Rachael Wallace 



Dwight Adcock 



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Eddie Schrader 
lerry Fuller 



Kathy, a good friend 
Narx:y Field 
Hans Jany 




William Vaughan 
Henry Cox 
Tim Terpstra 



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David Mcintosh 

Rusty Loftin 

Richard Austin 

Howard Schonberger 

Mike Magee 

lerry Johnson 

David Marsh 

Benjamin Britt 

Friend 

Billy McWilliams 



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Lynne Ross 

|ill McLaurin 

Susan Mitchum 

Eliana Blackwell 

Mena Zouboukos 

Susan Sullivan 




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)udy Lane 
Lynn Parker 
Bev Barnes 
Anne Cray 
Linsa Brown 
Sara Neville Damon 
Theresa Black 
Sue Tremaine 



lohn Bown 
Bob Stauffer 
Paul McCuff 
)ohn Pickett 
Stan Furr 
Steve Liverman 




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Florence )o Smith 
)udy Provost 
Virginia Allen 
Janet Clogston 




May Roberts 



Auvergne Williams 
Eric Clark 
Mike Ainsvvorth 
Bob Corban 




Claire Chastain 

Martha Stevens 

Martha Marshall 

Maura Mcintosh 

Ann Hendrick 

lanet Dykes 

Beth Kirk 

Eleanor Covington 

)an Bickerstaff 

Melanie Boswell 





Wanda lackson 
Leah OIney 
Lee Shuster 
Ruth Klinke 



Stan Runnels 

Tody latum 

Hugh McKinnon 

John Coolsby 





Martie Bordalon 
Sandra Beall 
Deb Delmas 
ludy Frith 
Debbie Bennett 



Henry Fly 

Larry Thomas 

Charles Hall 

Paul Cinn 

Jim Wolfe 




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Mary Alice Howkins 
Mona Perry 
Rhonda Everett 
Suzanne Prystup 
Cyndi Trevernicht 
Debbie Luman 
Mary Owen 



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Dianne Foust 
Lynn Pledger 
Rocky Zachry 
Bill Carroll 
lanet Roby 
John Wofford 
Margie Murry 
Bob LaCour 



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Mark Bebensee 



Bill Beckman 



Fred Gallon 




Mark Bebensee (Economics and Math) 
Magna Cum Laude, Danforth Fellow, Troubadours, Pike 
treasurer, ODK, Eta Sigma, Wall Street lournal Award in 
Economics, Math Major's award. 

Bill Beckman (Biology) 

ODK, Alpha Epsilon Delta, Kappa Alpha Order (corre- 
sponding secretary, recording secretary, athletics award), 
basketball and baseball. 

Fred Gallon (Economics and Accounting) 

Student Executive Board treasurer, Pi Kappa Alpha, ODK, 

Mike Covert (History) 

Dean's List, ODK, history honorary. Community work. 



Mike Covert 



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Fred Ezelle 



Claire Crofford (Speech and Theatre) 
Millsaps Players Acting Awards (1970, 1971), Junior Acting 
Award (1%9), Sigma Lambda, Alpha Psi Omega, BOBA- 
SHELA editor, Chi Omega, Dean's List, Cum Laude. 

Wayne Edwards 

Freshman Class President, Senate, Pi Kappa Alpha. 

Fred Ezelle (Accounting) 

Pi Kappa Alpha President, ODK, Cum Laude. 

George Fleming (Political Science) 

Eta Sigma, ODK, PURPLE AND WHITE editor, Rhodes 
Scholarship nominee. Bourgeois medal, summa cum 
aude, high honors and |FK Award in political science. 
Founder's Medal 

Bill Graham (Political Science) 

Student Executive Board President, Pi Kappa Alpha, 

Dean's List, ODK. 



Bill Graham 



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Tom Hudson 



Steve Leech 





Martha Lewis 



Connie Maize 

Tom Hudson (Biology) 

ODK, Alpha Epsilon Delta, Beta Beta Beta, Theta Nu 

Sigma, Circle 'K, Eta Sigma, Cum Laude. 

Steve Leech (Political Science) 

2nd Vice President of S.E.B., Junior Class President, Vice 
President of kappa Alpha, Dean's List, Orientation Co- 
Chairman, Cum Laude. 




Claudia O'Keefe 



Martha Lewis (Math) 

Magna Cum Laude, Sigma Lambda, Phi Mu Treasurer, 
Secretary, History and Data Processing Assistant, Fresh- 
man and Junior Math Awards, Theta Nu Sigma, Eta Sigma, 
Bourgeois Medal. 

Connie Maize (English) 

Cum Laude, Singers, Sigma Lambda, Chi Omega Corre- 
sponding Secretary and Vice President, Dean's List, KDE. 

Claudia O'Keffe (French) 

Cum Laude, Senate, Singers, Troubadours, Pi Delta Phi, 
Eta Sigma, Chi Omega Rush Chairman, A.C. Sanders 
Award, Pike Dream Girl Court. 



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Mike Sturdivant 



Greg Parker 



Nanci Speed 



Greg Parker (Biology) 

Lambda Chi Alpha (Treasurer and President), ODK, Beta 

Beta Beta, Theta Nu Sigma, AED, IPC. 

Nanci Speed (Biology) 

Magna Cum Laude, Accepted at Tulane Medical School, 
Sigma Lambda, Beta Beta Beta, AED, Theta Nu Sigma, Chi 
Chi Chi. 

Mike Sturdivant (Business Administration) 

S.E.B. 1st Vice President, ODK, Circle K, BOBASHELA 

Business Manager, Pike Vice President, Eta Sigma, Cum 

Laude, Class Favorite, Traffic Controller, Sophomore Class 

President. 





Tommy Woodall 



Tommy Woodall (History) 

Magna Cum Laude, LXA Vice President, Circle K, Eta 

Sigma, Pi Alpha Theta, History Dept. Assistant, IPC, ODK. 



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A View From The Bridge 



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Irma-La-Douce, lolyne Wise 

Nestor-Le-Fripe, Lewis Cocke 

Bob-Le-Hotu, Douglas Davis 

Polyte-Le-Mou, Dwight Adcock 

lojo-Les-Yeux-Sales, |immy Draper 

Roberto-Les-Diams, Larry Thomas 

Frangipane, |ohn Leech 

Persil-Le-Noir, Phil Castilla 

Police Inspector, Buddy Prince 

M. Bougne, Bruce Nunn 

Counsel For The Prosecution, Howard Schonberger 

Counsel For The Defense, Hank Gamble 

An Usher, Rick Davis 

Wardens, Hand Gamble 

Howard Schonberger 

Douglas Carter 
A Ta\ Inspector, Rick Davis 
A Priest, Bruce Nunn 
False Mecs, Douglas Laverne 

Douglas Carter 
An Honest Man, Bruce Nunn 
Gendarmes, Douglas Carter 
Douglas Laverne 
Craig Gibson 
Penguins, Ann Latham 

Donna Schwaiger 

Marilyn Thompson 

Lynn Pledger 

Marty Lowe 

Ann Katich 

Susie Weill 

Dale Guild 

Nancy Field 



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Oaire Crofford, Editor 

Mike Sturdivant, Business Manager 

Dwight Adcock, Assistant Editor 

Pepper Calloway 

Hans lany 

Ion Crocker 

lohn Archer, Photographers 

Liz Howkins, Greek Editor 

lanet Dykes 

Rachael Hallas 

Gene )ohnson 

Ian Sorrells 

Susan Bartling, Classes Editor 

Claire Chastain 

loan Sauer 

Ann Mitchell, Typing 

Marsha Caves 

Bruce Nunn 

Ellen Bear 

Mary Dell McCoy 

Martha Lewis 

Dale Guild 

johnny Wray 

Susan Sullivan 

Tupper lones 

Carolyn Holder 

Toula Zouboukos 

Doug Laverne 

And many, many more!!! 



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Stylus 



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S.E.B. 




Mike Ainsworth (1st V.P.) 
Bill Graham (President) 
Fred Gallon (Treasurer) 
Karen Ezelle (Secretary) 
Terry Winstead (2nd V.P.) 



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Major's Lady 



Becky Maize 



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Honoraries 



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Omiaron Delta Kappa 




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II Graham 
II Beckman 
Steve Leech 
Bill Smith 
George Fleming 
Mark Bebensee 
lamie Anding 
Tommy Holder 
William Vaughan 
Dr. Knox 
Dr. Collins 
Tom Hudson 
Eric Clark 
Mike Sturdivant 
Albert Malone 



Fred Ezelle 
Dr. Laney 
Fred Gallon 
Mr. George Pickett 
Mr. Boyd Campbell 
Mike Ainsworth 
Dr. Moore 
Tommy Woodall 



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Sigma Lambda 




Pictured: 
Claire Crofford 
Lucy Hathorn 
Anne Cray 
Becky Barnes 
)o Walton 
Charlene Moore 
Mrs. Hederi 
Miss Morehead 
Becl<y Maize 
)anet Lowry 
Martha Lewis 
Phebe Heard 
loan Sauer 



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Sigma Delta Pi 




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Phebe Heard, President 

Dale Sorgenfrei, Vice President 

Tricia Brooks, Secretary 

Ann Mitchell, Treasurer 

Virginia Allen 

Bev Barnes 

Susan Bartling 

Ellen Bear 

Ian Bickerstaff 

Theresa Black 

Eliana Blackwell 

Linsa Brown 

Sue Esther Bryant 

Cynthia Carnathan 

Allyn Clark 

Claire Crofford 

Sue Henry Davis 

Beverly Derden 

Diane Foust _ 

Nan Graves 

Anne Cray 

Virginia Harkey 

Lucy Hathorn 

Ann Hendrick 

Carolyn Holder 

Fran Houser 

Tupper )ones 

Martha Lindsey 

Lisa Lord 

Mary Dell McCoy 

|ill McLaurin 

Becky Maize 

Connie Maize 

Marcia Melichar 

Beth Mitchell 

Sandy Morris 

Marjorie Murry 

Lynn Parker 

Elizabeth Poole 

Ree Ridgeway 

Lynn Parker 

Elizabeth Poole 

Ree Ridgeway 

Lynne Ross 

Florence )o Smith 

Carol Anne Stone 

Susan Sullivan 

Ann Sumner 

Sue Tremaine 

Ellen Turner 

Cynthia Walker 

Sally Worsham 

Mena Zouboukos 

Toula Zouboukos 



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Mike Ainsworth 
Dempsey Amacker 
Rob Anderson 
Scott Anderson 
Vic Applewhite 
)ohn Archer 
Wayne Arnold 
Reg Aycock 
Bruce Bartling 
Bill Beckman 
Randy Bentley 
Maurice Binion 
Phil Brooks 
Rusty Buys 
Brent Campanella 
Walter Choate 
Eric Clark 
Lewis Cocke 
Woody Coleman 
Bob Corban 
George Cunningham 
Bill Darsey 
Kent Darsey 
Steve Dickson 
Dudley Doss 
Mike Flautt 
Greg Frascogna 
Hank Gamble 
Louis Harkey 
Tommy Holder 
Bob Kelso 
Wilson La Foe 
Joey Landrum 
John Leech 
Doug Liles 
Jeff Lundy 
Tommy Lyie 
Lile Miller 
Joe Morris 
Ree Ridgway 
Howard Schonberger 
James Stanfield 
Roger Stuart 
Allen Thomas 
Sammy Thompson 
Dan Thornton 
Kent Van Skiver 
Arthur Vingiello 
Terry Wells 
Steve Whatley 
Auvergne Williams 
Bob Williamson 
Jamey Witherspoon 
David Womack 



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Signe Pearson, President 

Karen Ezelle, Vice President 

Irene Cruthirds 

Laura Weifenbach 

Paula Coe 

)anis Crawtord 

Katherine Owens 

Elynor Gates 

Penny Atwood 

Dorothy Chadwick 

Rachael Hallas 

Kathryn Minyard 

Cele Meachem 

Lynn Stevens 

Diane Bruser 

Marilyn Clay 

Janet Clogstan 

Sarah Neville Damon 

Judy Lane 

June Langston 

Nancy Nicholson 

Suzie Sloan 

Marilyn Thompson 

lolyne Wise 

Melanie Boswell 

Claire Chastain 

Janet Dykes 

Jan Lansing 

Marty Lowe 

Maura Mcintosh 

Martha Marshall 

Mary Neal 

Laurie Newton 

Lynn Pledger 

Janet Roby 

Joan Sauer 

Rachael Wallace 

Susie Weil 

Dale Guild 

Pam Vincent 

Kathy Armstrong 

Ann Truett 

Irene Kontouris 




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Lanier Thompson, Grand Master 
loel Gill, Grand Procuraler 

John Howell, Grand Master of Ceremonies 

limmy Ray Nash, Grand Scribe 

Ed Shelnut, Grand Treasurer 

Stanley King 

Al Watts 

Lamar Baker 

lack Brantley 

Blann Britton 

Allen Brown 

John Dennery 

lohn Ford 

Ralph Foster 

Bill Gamble 

Trey Gist 

Mike Green 

Allen Greer 

Bill Halbrook 

Pete Haley 

Charles Hall 

Galon Harper 

Glenn Herrington 

Richard lones 

Lanny King 
Albert Malone 
|im Manning 
Ron Marascaico 
Don Marascaico 
Jerry McCullough 
Phillip Murrah 
lim Rhoden 
David Sawyer 
Steve Slay 
Fred Smith 
Ward Smith 
Bill Todd 
Jim Wiseman 




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Scott Robertson, President 

Stan Runnels, Vice President 

Hugh McKinnon, Secretary 

Butch Atvvood, Treasurer 

Bill Hanna 

Toddy Tatum 

|ohn Bown 

Chuck Culpepper 

Rick Davis 

Stan Furr 

Paul Ginn 

|ohn Goolsby 

Chuck Hall 

Steve Liverman 

Alvin Loewenberg 

Billy joe Mayfield 

Paul McCuff 

John McVay 

Greg Meadows 

Dale Morris 

Steve Meeks 

Jackie Nix 

Bill Page 

Robert Parker 

John Pickett 

Eddie Schrader 

Bill Smith 

Bob Stouter 

Tom Wiggers 

|im Wolfe 

Tommy Woodall 

Billy Woodall 



Cynthia Carnathan 
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Celia Dunn, President 
Catherine Baier 
Jean Bailey 
Pam Ballard 
Marsha Beck 
Catherine Boozman 
Sallie Bush 
Becky Cartledge 
Betsy Case 
Marsha Caves 
Susan Clegg 
Virginia Cooper 
Eleanor Covington 
Sheila Fox 
Cinnie Groome 
Mary Hagwood 
Martha Hamrick 
Sally Lou Harlan 
Ethebet Hart 
Joy Harvey 
Sylvia Harvey 
Susan Henry 
Becky Hunt 
Judy Jernigan 
Beth Kirk 
Martha Lewis 
Carrie McKenzie 
Debra McNair 
Diane Madison 
Susan Mitcham 
Charlene Moore 
Ian Mullin 
Susan Parks 
Isabel Paterson 
Karen Phillips 
Becky Reagor 
Laurie Ann Smith 
Mary Snell 
Martha Stevens 
Susan Tipton 
lo Walton 
Pam Warren 
Sandy Williamson 
Kathy Willoughby 
Rosalie Witty 
Jane Woosley 





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Terry Winstead, President 

George Cober, Vice President 

lamie Anding, Secretary 

Ric Virden, Treasurer 

Blaine Baggett 

Russell Beard 

Doug Boone 

Bobby Brock 

Mark Bebensee 

Fred Gallon 

Bill Garroll 

|im Ghristensen 

Henry Gox 

Doug Douglas 

limmy Draper 

Mike Everett 

Fred Ezelle 

David George 

D. Grimsley 

D. Hall 

G. Hall 

George Haymans 

Brian Hearon 

Mark Hearon 

Charlie Hinman 

Van Hobbs 

Charlie Howorth 

jonson Huang 

Herman lew 

Sam lew 

Grady Kersh 

Dick King 

Bob La Cour 

C^-^les Lehmann 

Don Lewis 

M. Losset 

)eff Lundy 

Bill Mann 

Leiand McCharen 

|oe Moore 

Mike Parnell 

Richard Pharr 

Bill Raphael 

David Read 

Neal Roberts 

Charles Sandel 

Mark Sorgenfrei 

Mike Sturdivant 

William Vaughan 

Dennis Wells 

Chris Walker 

John Wofford 

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Carol Townsend 
Mona Perry 
Suzanne Prystup 
Linda Wilson 
Cynthia Mann 
ludith Wright 
Janet Lowry, President 
Mary Alice Howkins 
Becky Smith 
Martha Vest 
Cyndi Trauernicht 
Debbie Lumen 
Rhonda Everett 
Kathi Hacker 




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Vicksburg;, Mississippi 



NOON Bl FFET EVERY DAY— BANQUET ROOM 
1-20 and Historic U.S. 80 East, Opposite National Cemetary — Telephone 636-4551 



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A warm smile 

That special gift 

A stroll in the arcade 

Dinner for tuo 

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Brick and Tile 
Company, Inc. 



SIZES 

Standard — Modular — Norman 

COLORS 

Red — Bro\A n — Black — Buff — Tan — Pink — Gray 

USED EFFECT BRICK 

MORTAR COLOR • FIRE BRICK • BRICK CLEANER 



Phone 366-6485 

P. O. Box 9787 - Forest Drive 

Jackson 6, Mississippi 



THINGS GO BETTER WITH 

COKE 




Jackson 



Compliments of 
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It's an MP&L fact... 




Mississippi Power Light actively supported ways to 
protect our environment long before the word "Ecol- 
ogy" became common. 

Since the company was formed in 1923, efforts to- 
ward keeping generating plants, cooling lakes, local 
offices, vehicles, equipment, and rights-of-way clean 
have been emphasized by MP & L operations. MP & 
L backed the formation of and continues to support 
the "Keep Mississippi Beautiful" program. Through 
the years, MP&L has been an award winner in its 
work and cooperation with statewide programs to 
improve our environment. 

Not willing to rest on past performances, MP&L is 
increasing its efforts to help maintain an environment 
which promotes beauty, growth, and development. 

It's an MP&L fact . . . from MP&L you get more 
than electricity. 



SyVllSSISSIPPI POWER & UGHT 
Helping Build Mississippi 



Roy Spivey 
Carson Whitsett 



Werlein's 
For Music 



Betty McRae's 
Flowers & Gifts 

1255 Northwest St. 

Phone 355-0782 
Jackson, Mississippi 




70S NORTH STATE STREET AND MEDICAL ARTS BUILDING 

JACKSON. MISSISSIPPI 



R.M. HENDRICK 

Graduate Supply House 

Class Rings — Caps, Gowns 

1620 North Mill 
Jackson, Mississippi 



Everybody goes to Shoneys! 

Westland Plaza 

Shopping Center 

and 

1-55 North 




Fyne Olde English 



Atmosphere 



Compliments of 

Banker's Trust 

Savings & Loan 

Association 




BILUS CURB FOOD 



3 Blocks From Campus 
346 E. Fortification 

7:00 A.M.— 10:30 P.M. 

'\our Patronage Will be Appreciated'' 

Beverages, Ice, And Food 

Complete Line of Groceries 

Lunch Meat, etc. 



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