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STUDENTS 53 





ORGANIZATIONS 107 




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ACTIVITIES 177 




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Kerry Malhcnev 
Rachel Wallace 
Billy Gober 
Kalhy Byler 
Sandra Johnscin 











Michael Johnson 



Lindy Simmons 
Betsy Holmes 
Melissa Hudspeth 
Man' Jane Mace 
Charlie Martin 
David George 
Ellen Leggetl 
Mike Stevens 
Randy Hooper 
Marv Lloyd 
Bellv Clark 



55 




Brenda Twvner 



Joe Morris 





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Sammy Thompson 
Margaret Williams 
Cheryl Crahb 
Earl Avcock 




Jennv Bates 
Nancv Lana 



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Flelcher Pyron 




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Cathy Posey 

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Richard Rohr 
Danny Young 
John Curne 
Bryan Fnddle 
Daryl Plunk 


Dennis Mcintosh 
Trez Jones 
Keith Walden 
Bill Wilburn 
Pat Kellv 



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Sallie Bush 








Bruce Nunn 




60 




Mclanic f'rsnr 
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Johnnv McAlcxjnder 



Mike Reans 
Ricky Haygood 
Boh King 
Charlie Goldbers 
Ronnie Jurnev 



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Alan Brehm 
Bruce Miller 






Barry Newsome 



Cindy Newby 
Marv Tonos 



Diana Sessums 

Holli Rowan 

Elaine Henry 

Jack Ritter 

Laura Damon Helvenston 

Walter Wofford 




Anna Paine 




Mickcv Wallace 
Cynlhia Roberts 



Dcnise Ladner 
Car\n Salter 
Kathy Fayard 





64 




Bclsy Bevill 
Scoll Robcrlson 
Todie Tatum 
Larrv Thomas 







James Alexander 
Rav Daniel 
Dale Hensarlina 



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taiiie MeKen/ie 



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Dewayne Price 
Paul Walker 



Ward Emiing 
Juanila OQiicn 




Kelvin Peters 
Earl Karges 



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Mclinda Harthcock 



Junci D\kes 

Ann Hendnck 

Claire C'haslain 

Eleanor Ccn ingion 

Man Neill 

Jan Bickersiaff 



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Russell Thomas 




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Sue Beth Waring 
Janice Johnson 
Gerta Carlson 



Charlie Magrow 
DaMil Beam 




Diane Bruser 



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Jacqueline 1 r.i/ier 



Marcia Melicliar 
Sieve \^ hailev 




Jean Baile\ 

Su7\ Rdberson 

Peggie Davis 

Cuid\ Davenporl 

Nella Jaeohs 





Glenn Hcrrinoton 



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Sue Jcines 




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Dan Flnnet'rock 



Marcia Bvars 
Carol Condon 





Huherl Thompson 
Janii-c Moore 
Obie Clayion 
Janice Carslaiil'ner 
Janice T,i\lor 



Su/ic Baker 
Janice Calrtm 
Betlv MeKinnon 
Lucv Biirrus 
Adren McCoy 
Marcia McKee 




Ru^ly Buys 
Miles Hill 





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Sam Jew 



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Bobby Kees 

Bryan Miller 

Jim MeC'aflertv 

Charlie Clarke 

Ed Kovvalski 



Rick \irden 




Gretchen Owens 
Willie Wallace 



73 



Jiidv and Mark Samsel 



Friend 

Woodie Coleman 
Wilson La Foe 
Mena Zouboukos 
Rusty Buvs 
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74 




Manic Bordclon 



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Jack Arnisirons 



Ray Harrison 



75 



Connie Boozman 



David Christian 





Pat Goodman 
Clifford Amnions 




76 







Janet Wofford 
John WolVord 




Will Goodman 



77 



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Horem.e Jo Smith 



Diane Wiltshire 
Gloria Steinvvinder 
Jan Dickson 
Maribeth Megehee 
Cathy Posev 
Lsnn Brumlield 






78 





Donald Brady 

Paula Simmons 

Buddv Prmcc 




Irene Kountouns 



Joe Pridsien 



79 



Lorean King 
Edna Holbrook 





Lvne Gamble 



Jan King 




80 



Jell C ook 




Ik'tca Simmons 
Dan Nciuiil: 




Robert Gnsham 
Mark L\nch 

Kenl Vanski\er 
Mike Huoni 
Br\an Flini 






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Frank Lanev 
Riib\ Bowers 



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Vicki Gunn 
Hubert Thompson 
Belinda Walkins 



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Chris \\'ilk;.rson 
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Katie Holder 
Rose Ann Baroni 



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Doui; Bagucll 

Mike Fhiutl 

Rob MeDult 

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Jane Williams 




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Belsv Holmes 
Lisa Blackburn 
Mane Lloyd 
Ellen Leggell 
Melissa Hudspeth 
Mary J^ine Mace 




Kevin Sessums 



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Susie Weill 
Liz Howkins 
David Franklin 
Tom Stanford 



George Evrieh 

Da\id Anderson 

Jeff Willers 

Eugenia Cliburn 



David Higgins 

Bill PresTOn 

Dean Foley 

Ro\ee Gar\in 

Paul Watkins 



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Brent Campanella 
Lvnn Rietken 




90 



Beth Kirk 




(luick Hall 



Jill McLaiirIn 

Men.i /ouhiiukiis 

Carol AiHK' Slonc 

\pril Branch 

Marcia Mclichar 

Ehana Blackwcll 

Gaylc Adams 

Peggv HIghiowcr 

Susan Smith 

Thais Broun 

Nan Gra\es 

Marv Odcll McCoy 




91 




Gavie Adams 
Jan Lansing 
Ginger Downey 
Janet Love 



Laurie Brown 

Bruce Fairburn 

Jigs Dantin 

Br\an Miller 

Robin Whatle\ 

Scott Shows 




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Betsy Goldman 
Mike RoberLson 




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Be\ Barnes 
Ethehel Hart 
Betty Clark 
Susan Mitcham 





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Flindj Ferguson 






Marsha Brock 

Patly Foster 

Danny Jones 

Deb Sorenson 

Jan Lansing 



96 



James Loflin 

Anne Neltleton 

Billy Slill 

Burt Jackson 






Melanle Boswell 
Warner Wadlinsilon 



Eunice Harris 



97 



Nita Fairley 
June Langston 





Diane and Bill Carroll 




Janet Shanks 




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Mike Harrison i- 

Rick Ball 





Judy Provost 



Joe O'C'onnell 

Bill McGuire 

Slan Axsniilh 

Don Fredericks 




99 




Martha Marshall 



Belmont Phelps 




Jess Simmons 



Linda Wells 
Anna Furr 
Barbara Smith 




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Charlie Hinman 
Diane McMullen 



Jerry Shivers 
John Tankslev 






John Lenoir 
Jim Lundy 
Frank Buchanan 
Chris Wilkerson 
John Mason 



Jeff Tolbert 
Mike Warm 
David Morgan 
Tom Henderson 



101 



Cathy Posey 

Victor Hawkins 

Robert Cjillon 

Sharon Arnold 



Virginia and Fred Ezeile 




Elizabeth Allen 
Maura Mcintosh 
Pal Cioodman 
PaLsy Pharr 







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Bill Raphael 
Cecil Quick 





Evalyn Bishop 



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Chuck McQuinn 
Betty Weems 
Tom Nelson 







Frank McWilliams 



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Irene Crulhirds 
Sam Jew 




Will Wallace 







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Michael Hunt 




Hugh Clark 



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Student Senate 



Tom Blackwell 

Woodie Coleman 

Steve Dickson 

Janet Dykes, secretary 

Ward Emling 

James Galloway, vice president 

Pat Goodman 

Tootle Gnffin 

Elaine Henry 

Charlie Hinman, president 

Joey Landrum, treasurer 

Jim McCafferty. vice president 

Maura Mcintosh 

Diane McMullen 

Mark Sorgenfrei 

Mike Stevens 

Chris Wilkerson 




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College Senate 



Judy Bell 

James Galloway 

Charlie Hinman 

Betsy Holmes 

Wendell Holmes 

Lynn Parker 

Stan Runnels 

Mike Stevens 

Sammy Thompson 




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Claire Chastain 
Bruce Fairburn 
Scwtty Greene 
Martha Hamrick 
Phyliss McVadon 
Dennis Wells 
Jane Williams 



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Marsha McCarty, students 



Bobashela 



Mark Herbert, photographer 
Edna Holbrook, students 
Marty Lowe, sports 
Mike Ratchlbrd, sports 
Toin Stanford, photographer 





Phillip Maples, photographer 



Marilyn Thompson, business manager 




112 



Janet Dykes, editor 





Patsy Pharr, assistant editor 




Camp Best, photographer 




Nancy Lang, index 



113 



Purple and White 



Lloyd Gray, Editor in Chief 
Kent Darsey, Business Manager 
Rob McDuff, Assistant Editor 
Obie Clayton, Managing 
Nan Graves, News 
Ward Emling, Sports 
Mike Forester, Arts 
Bruce Miller, Symposium 
Walter Wofford, Photographer 
Bill Montgomery, Photographer 




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News Staff 
Steve Terell 
Bill Hanna 
Meredith Spencer 
Robert Gaston 
Elaine Henry 
Laurie Brown 
Paul Entrekin 
Rose Ann Baroni 
Donald P. Brady 

Sports Staff 
David Anderson 
Earl Aycock 

Special Features 
Beth RUey 
Doug Levanway 
Paul Pittman 



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Troubadours 




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A remarkably talented, versatile group of 
young performers, they have ammassed a 
wealth of experience in a few short years: six 
international tours, including jaunts to Europe, 
the Caribbean, Iceland, Newfoundland, and 
Romania; countless appearances within their 
home state (at Arts Festivals, Carnival Balls, 
civic and church functions) as well as in Colo- 
rado and Mexico; guest appearances with the 
Memphis Symphony Orchestra and on televi- 
sion; not to mention the annual Spring Con- 
certs at Millsaps, and numerous other special 
performances. 

Throughout the years the TROUBADOURS 
have continued to demonstrate their talent, ver- 
satihty, and enthusiasm, thereby fulfilling a tra- 
ditional concept of troubadours: taking their 
talents to the people. 



Mark Youngblood 

Dan Young 

Cathy Posey 

Steve Jenkins 

Elizabeth Harwell 

Stacy Jenkins 

Cassandra Fowlkes 

Ricky Richter 

Will Goodman 

Jan Dickson 

Emily Wofford 

Pat Goodman 

John Leech 

Maura Mcintosh 

David Christian 

Adren McCoy 

Ward Eniling 

Cynthia Roberts 

Sherry Pearson 

Janet Clogston 




119 



Millsaps Singers 



Diane Carroll 
Florence Jo Smith 
Jacqueline Frazier 
Willana Caraway 
Cynthia Roberts 
Kathy Byler 
Marcia Melichar 
Betsy Beville 
Janet Wofford 
Sandra Johnson 
Eileen Hawkins 
Juanita Ogden 
Ethebel Hart 
Dale Sorgenfrei 
Ree Ridgway 
Jigs Dantin 
Marilyn Thompson 



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Lisa Blackburn 








Mar> Del McCoy 








Sherry Pearson 




Bill Carroll 




Lvnne Ross 


Cathy Posey 


James Loftin 




Bev Barnes 


Lynn Brumfield 


Mike Forester 




Judy Guice 


John Leech 


David Christian 




Brenda Tw'vner 


Will Goodman 


Don Messcr 




Betty Weems 


Steve Hall 


Buddy Prince 




Janet Clogston 


Jim Matheny 


Don Wells 




Maura Mcintosh 


Syd Conner 


Victor Hawkins 




Emily Wofl'ord 


Rav Harrison 


Tommy Lyle 




Pat Goodman 


Mark Youngblood 


Chuck McQuinn 




May Lipe Zehnder 


Tony Coppock 


Hugh Clark 




Anna Furr 


Ward Emhng 


Walter Wollord 




Robin Randall 


Rick Davis 


John Wotrord 




Frances Lloyd 


Betty Ramsey 


Dan Young 




Elizabeth Harwell 


Patsy Pharr 


Stacy Jenkins 






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Alpha Psi Omega 



A national honorary dramatics 
fraternity. Membership is earned 
through active participation in the 
Millsaps Players. 



Doug Brindley 
Clift' Coals 
Harry Crimm 
Rick Davis 
Ward Emling 
Mike Forester 
Robert Gillon 
Eiddie Gove 
Eileen Hawkins 
Victor Hawkins 
John Leech 
Marty Lowe 
Lane Moten 
Juanita Ogden 
Mona Perry 
Buddy Prince 
Howard Schonberger 
Exl Shelnut 
Larry Thomas 




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Beta Beta Beta 



A national honorary for students 
in the biological sciences. The pur- 
poses are to stimulate sound schol- 
arship, to promote the dissemina- 
tion of scientific truth, and to 
encourage investigation in the life 
sciences. 



Dean BlackwL-ll 
Pam Brannmg 
Alan Brinson 
Ricky Bullard 
Jeanne Cliburn 
Roger Collins 
James Critlenden 
Kenl Darsey 
.Mired Dennis 
David George 
Ken Grove 
Bill Hardin 
Glenn Herrington 
Mike Humphreys 
Janel Love 
Buffa MaJdu\ 
James O'Donnell 
Lynn Parker 
Judy Provost 
David Reeves 
Meredith Richmond 
Paul Schuster 
Fiddle Strickland 
Hollis Tidmore 
Chris Wilkerson 
Jim Wolle 
Diane Woroner 






123 



Chi Chi Chi 



An honorary recognizing out- 
standing scholarship in the study of 
chemistry. 



Butch Atwood 
Pam Branning 
Allen Brinson 
James Critendon 
Al Dennis 
Sarah Fitch 
Steve Liverman 
Frances Lloyd 
Mary Jane Mace 
James O'Donnell 
Richard Poole 
Judy Provost 
David Reeves 
Paul Shuster 
Eddie Strickland 
Chris WiUcerson 
Terrell Williams 
John Wofford 



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Eta Sigma 



A national scholastic honorary 
which promotes excellence in schol- 
arship on the campus. Members are 
required to have completed a min- 
imum of seventy-five hours. Juniors 
must have an over-all index of 3.60 
and seniors an index of 3.55. 



Diane Carroll 
Susan Clegg 
Bruce Darby 
Ethabet Hart 
Melinda Harthciiek 
Ann Hendrick 
Wendell Holmes 
Frances Lloyd 
Bruce Miller 
Leah OIney 
Richard Poole 
Mike Ratchtbrd 
Chns Wilkerson 
Janet Wofford 
Ben Woods 




125 



Eta Sigma Phi 



The dual purposes of the national 
classical fraternity are to recognize 
outstanding students of Greek and 
Latin studies and to cultivate an in- 
terest in the art and literature of an- 
cient Greece and Rome. 



Bev Barnes 
Joe Bennett 
Henry Cox 
Irene Cruthirds 
Hans Jany 
Phyllis McVadon 
Ann Nettleton 
Leah Olney 
Mona Peiry 
Marilyn Thompson 
Chris Wilkerson 




126 



Kappa Delta Epsilon 



A professional education honor- 
ary, fostering high academic stand- 
ing and professional ideals in those 
preparing for a teaching career. 



Ellen Bear 
Eliana Blackwell 
Melanie Boswell 
Sallie Bush 
Rebecca Cartleclge 
Linda Chandler 
Jean Clarkson 
Susan Clegg 
Janet Clogslon 
Debra Dickson 
Virginia Ezelle 
Patty Foster 
Dee Hearon 
Beth Kirk 
Martv Lowe 
Marsha McCarty 
Mary Dell McCoy 
Marsha Melichar 
Ann Nettleton 
Cindy Newby 
Isabel Patterson 
Lynn Sappington 
Gail Scott 
Rebecca Simmons 
Susan Smith 
Dale Sorgenfrei 
Susan Tipton 
Sue Treniaine 
Cynthis Walker 
Janet Wofford 




127 



Omicron Delta Kappa 



A men's national leadership hon- 
orary. Membership, a distinct 
honor, brings together those who 
plan for the betterment of the 
College. 



Charles Atwood 
David Christian 
Henry Cox 
Kent Darsey 
Mike Flautt 
Will Goodman 
Scotty Greene 
Robert Grisham 
Glenn Herrington 
Wendall Holmes 
Hans Jany 
John Leech 
Mark Sorgenfrei 
Lanier Thomp.son 
Arthur Vingiello 
Dennis Wells 
Chns Wilkerson 
John Wofford 
Jim Wolfe 
Dan Young 




128 



Schiller Gesellschaft 



A German honorary recognizing 
outstanding students in the study of 
German and promoting an interest 
in German eukure. Those invited 
for membership must present a re- 
search paper on some aspect of Ger- 
many's contribution to the arts or 
sciences. 



[>iMd Anderson 
Pegg) Davis 
Ray Harrison 
Hans Janv 
Steve Ll\ernian 
Frances Lloyd 
Stanley Magee 
Leah OInev 
Judy Provost 



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Sigma Lambda 



Membership is the highest honor 
a Millsaps woman can receive. Each 
must be of junior standing and must 
have exhibited qualities of lead- 
ership, character, and service to the 
college community. 



Diane Faust Carroll 
Claire Chastain 
Janet Clogston 
Irene Cruthirds 
Janet Dykes 
Martha Hamrick 
Melinda Harthcock 
Ann Hendrick 
Ann Katich 
Marty Lowe 
JiU McLaurin 
Leah Olney 
Lynn Parker 
Mona Perry 
Florence Jo Smith 
Dale Sorgenfrei 
Marilyn Thompson 
Cynthia Walker 
Jane Williams 
Deedee Woroner 
Maribeth Wood 



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Theta Nu Sigma 



The honorary recognizes ex- 
cellence in scholarship and lead- 
ership among science students and 
strives to further interest in the 
sciences. 



Dean Blackwcll 
Pam Branning 
Allen Brinsdn 
Jeanie C'liburn 
James C'ntendon 
Al Dennis 
Ken Urove 
Bill Hardin 
Janet Love 
Biitfa Maddox 
James O'Donnell 
Richard Poole 
Judy Provost 
David Reeves 
Paul Schuster 
Eddie Strickland 
Chns Wilkerson 
Dee Dee Woroner 




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Majorette Club 



An honorary recognizing those 
women who have exhibited active 
interest and participation in 
women's intramural sports. A mem- 
ber must have participated in at 
least three sports and have main- 
tained a point index of 2.5 for two 
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Pam Ballard 
Rose Ann Baroni 
Sandra Beall 
Jan Bickerstaff 
Lisa Blackburn 
Connie Boozman 
Melanie Boswell 
Betsy Case 
Claire Chastain 
Irene Cruthirds 
Janet Dykes 
Pat Goodman 
Nan Graves 
Dale Guild 
Martha Hamrick 
Eileen Hawkins 



Laura Damon Helvenston 

Ann Hendrick 

Betsy Holmes 

Irene Kountouris 

Ellen Leggett 

Marty Lowe 

Maura Mcintosh 

Carrie McKenzie 

Mary Neill 

Isabel Paterson 

Patsy Pharr 

Marilyn Thompson 

Sue Tremaine 

Rachel Wallace 

Belinda Watkins 




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German Club 



David Anderson 
Janet Bergman 
Syd Conner 
Peggy Davis 
Gail Doss 
David Dyess 
Royee Garvin 
Ray Harrison 
Hans Jany 
Frank Laney 
Steve Liverman 
Frances Lloyd 
Leah Olney 
Judy Provost 
Paul Sumerall 
Don Wells 
Terrel Williams 




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Chi Delta 
Chi Omega 




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Elizabeth Allen 
Susie Baker 
Jenny Bales 
Ellen Bear 
Jan BickerslatT 
Lisa Blackburn 
Eliana BkiLkwell 
April Branch 
Liiurie Brown 
Lucy Burrus 
Diane Foust Carroll 
Anna Furr 
Nan Graves 
Eileen Hawkins 
Ann Hendrick 
Peggy Hightower 
Betsy Holmes 
Melissa Hudspeth 
Ellen Leggett 
Mane Lloyd 
Mary Jane Mace 
Adren McCoy 
Mary Dell McEoy 
Marcia McKee 
Betty McKinnon 
Jill McLaurin 
Maribeth Megehee 
Marcia Melichar 
Karen Nolan 
Lynn Parker 
Sherry Pearson 
Belmont Phelps 
Robin Randall 
Ree Ridgeway 
Lmdsey Shallcross 
Barbara Smith 
Florence Jo Smith 
Dale Sorgenfrei 
Carol Ann Stone 
Sue Tremaine 
Toni Walker 
Lmda Wells 
Robin Whatley 
May Lipe Zehnder 
Mena Zouboukos 
Toula Zouboukos 



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Alpha Mu 
Kappa Alpha 





Clifford Ammons 
Earl Aycuck 
Doug Bagwell 
Bruce Bartling 
Lance Benetield 
Jim Bcthea 
Rusty Buys 
Brent Campanelki 
Glenn Campbell 
Woodie Coleman 
Kent Darsey 
Steve Dickson 
Bruce Fairbum 
David Flautt 
Mike Flautt 
Mark Frazier 
Gerry Gaggini 
James Galloway 
Gary Garrett 
Danny Bowling 
Will Goodman 
Tootle Griffin 
Lloyd Gray 
Steve Half 
Louis Harkey 
Ricky Haygood 
Miles Hill 
Steve Jenkins 
Stacy Jenkins 
Trey Jones 
Bobby Kelso 
Wilson Lalbe 
Johnny Leech 
James Loftin 
Jeff Lundy 
Tommy Lyle 
Barrv McCrory 
RobMcDuff ' 
Ed Manning 
Lyle Miller 
Larry Moffett 
Bill Montgomery 
Joe Morris 
Scott Neeper 
Rob Nichols 
John Patton 
Ricky Richler 
Mike Robertson 
Howard Schonberger 
Jerry Shivers 
Scott Spillman 
Scott Shows 
Baxter Strain 
John Tanksley 
Kent Vanskiver 
Sammy Thompson 
Art VingieUo 
Steve Whalley 
David Womack 
Johnny Wray 
Frank Young 



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Mu 

Kappa Delta 




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Gail Adams 

Mclunic Boswell 

Lynn Brumtield 

Kathy Byler 

Claire Chaslain 

Jamie C'hastam 

Mary A! Cobb 

Cher\l Crahb 

Irene Cruthirds 

Sarah Neville Damon 

Jigs Dantin 

(linger Downey 

Janet Dykes 

Sallv Eaton 

Pat Goodman 

Dale Guild 

Donna Howell 

Laura Damon HeKenston 

Irene Kontouris 

Nancy Lang 

Jan Lansing 

Marty Lowe 

Janet Love 

Kerrv Mathenv 

Marsha McCarthy 

Maura Mcintosh 

Brenda Millstead 

Pat Moulds 

Freda Muller 

Mary Neill 

Ann Nettleton 

Cindy Newby 

Vickie Pavlou 

PaLsy Pharr 

Cathy Posey 

Cynthia Roberts 

Holli Rowan 

Diana Sessums 

Gloria Steinwinder 

Anne Thompson 

Marilyn Thompson 

Rachel Wallace 

Margaret Williams 

Emilv Wofford 



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Alpha Upsilon 
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Philip Adams 
Tom Allen 
Charles Araujo 
Riek Ball 
Ciarv Ballard 
Jack Barber 
Charlie Clarke 
Mel Cordua 
Mike Davis 
Jim Flynn 
Bill Gamble 
Mike Green 
Allen Greer 
Charlie Hall 
Mike Harrison 
Mark Herbert 
Glenn Herrington 
Marc Jones 
Bobby Kees 
Stanley King 
Eid Kowalski 
Joey Landrum 
Steve McAlilly 
Jim McCalTerty 
Jerry McCullough 
Bryan Miller 
Bob Moore 
Gap, Plummer 
Robin Robinson 
David Rudder 
Paul Schlictman 
Dwaync Self 
Fred Smith 
Lanier Thompson 
Al WatLs 
Jim Wiseman 



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Theta Eta Zeta 
Lambda Chi Alpha 




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David Anderson 
Burch Atwood 
Tomas Blackwell 
John Bown 
Doug Brindley 
Ed Brown 
Steve Candler 
Syd Conner 
Rick Davis 
George Eyrich 
Stan Furr 
Royce Garvin 
Ken Grove 
Bill Hanna 
Mike Hendrix 
John Hollinian 
Wendall Holmes 
David Johnson 
Steve Liverman 
Fred McEwen 
John McVay 
Bill Marshall 
Jim Matheny 
Don Messer 
Terry Nobles 
Dennis Pratt 
Bill Presson 
Ricky Price 
Ronnie Ramage 
David Reese 
Scott Robertson 
Bob Smith 
Meredith Spencer 
Paul Sumerall 
Toddy Tatum 
Larry Thomas 
Terrel Williams 
Tom Wiggers 
Don Wells 
David Cook 
Dean Foley 
Frank Hays 
David Higgins 
Tom Parry 
Travis Tichenor 
Paul Watkins 
Jeff Willers 



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Alpha Iota 

Pi Kappa Alpha 





Stan Axsmith 
Russell Beard 
Alan Cameron 
Bill Carroll 
David Christian 
Hugh Clark 
JelT Cook 
Henry Cox 
John Davies 
Robby Duggar 
Richard Edgerton 
Ward Emiing 
Mark Eppes 
Dan Finnefrock 
Robert Gaston 
David George 
Billv Gober 
David Grimsley 
David Hall 
Charlie Hinman 
Randy Hooper 
Mike Hunt 
Bobby Jew 
Sam Jew 
Reggie Jones 
Grady Kersh 
Robert Kersh 
Steve Laney 
Chuck Lehman 
Doug Levanway 
Mark Lossett 
Jim Lundy 
Mark Lynch 
Charlie Martin 
Kevin McClure 
Allen Morton 
Doug Minor 
Mark Pace 
Dwayne Price 
Jack Ritter 
Richard Rohr 
Lindy Seamon 
Kevin Sessums 
Mark Sorgenfrei 
Mifce Stevens 
Jimmy Thrasher 
Scott Varnado 
Jimmy Veal 
Warner Wadlington 
Keith Walden 
Paul Walker 
Mickey Wallace 
Will Wallace 
Dennis Wells 
John Wofford 
Waller Wofford 
Danny Young 



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Michelle Antalec 
Pam Ballard 
Connie Boozman 
Sallie Bush 
Rebecca Cartledge 
Betsy Case 
Dora Cordua 
Eleanor Covington 
Martha Hamrick 
Sue Humphrey 
Janice Johnson 
Janeen Jones 
Beth Kirk 
Mar,' Lloyd 
Lisa Lumsden 
Carrie McKenzie 
Toni McMillan 
Roberta Osbom 
Isabel Paterson 
Terri Robertson 
Kathy Smith 
Gail Stanton 
Susaji Tipton 
Susan Wimberly 
Eileen Wong-Valle 



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Delta Phi 

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Janet Bergman 
Rhonda Everett 
Frances Lavelle 
Debbi Luman 
Ammie Patterson 
Mona Perry 
Susie Roberson 



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Inter-Fratemity Council 



David Anderson 
Glenn Campbell 
Mark Eppes 
Bill Gamble 
Lloyd Gray 
Charlie Martin 
Jim McCalTerty 
Bill Montgomery 
Dennis Pratt 
Dewayne Price 
Robin Robinson 
Meredith Spencer 
Dennis Wells 









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Panhellenic 





Janet Bergman 
Kathy Byler 
Claire Chastain 
Rhonda Everett 
Donna Howeli 
Melissa Hudsbeth 
Sue Humphrey 
Mary Lloyd 
Mary Dell McCoy 
Carrie McKenzie 
Mona Perry 
Robin Whatley 



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The Millsap Majors' 1973 record of five wins and four 
losses tells only a small part of the successful season. Un- 
der the direction of Head Coach Harper Davis and Assis- 
tant Coach Tommy Ranager, the Majors rebuilt the de- 
fensive unit and sustained a highly potent ground game. 

The 1973 season will also be remembered as the year 
that Millsaps football received long overdue recognition. 
The September 10, 1973 issue of Sports Illustrated, in an 
article on small college football, featured the Millsaps 
Majors. Head Coach Davis was inducted into the Missis- 
sippi State Sports Hall of Fame and Senior Linebacker 
Mike Reans was named as a Kodak AU-American. 

The Majors opened the 1973 season against Mars Hill 
College of North Carolina. In a game noted for a well ex- 
ecuted ground attack, but a poor defensive showing, the 
visiting Majors lost 38-7. The Majors' lone touchdown 
came in the fourth quarter when Quarterback Grisham 
connected with Receiver Aldy for a 53 yard touchdown 
pass. 

The following week the Majors' offense proved its po- 
tency as Millsaps defeated the host team. Southwestern, 
24-14. Tailback Neeper scored twice with runs of one 
yard and ten yards. QB Grisham capped a 66 yard drive 
with a twelve yard run. 

The Bisons of Harding College, ranked fifth by the Na- 
tional Association of Intercollegiate Athletics, proved too 
much for the Majors as Millsaps lost 28-7. The Majors' 
touchdown came as a result of an eight yard pass from 
Grisham to Aldy. 

In their first home game, the Majors displayed a tal- 
ented offense and a much improved defense as they 
rolled over Sewanee, 16-7. The pass defense crippled the 
visitor's attack, allowing only four completions out of 19 
attempts for 60 yards. Comerback King intercepted a Se- 
wanee pass and returned it 35 yards for a touchdown. 

The fifth game of the season netted the Majors against 
Austin College. The Majors did not disappoint the home- 
coming CFOwd as they downed Austin 33-8. QB Grisham 
provided the first touchdown with a four yard run. Aldy's 
24 yard run gave the Majors its second TD. Fullback 
Echols followed Aldy with a three yard touchdown run 
and Fullback Axesmith scored on a nine yard run. 

The Majors were scalped by the Indians of McMurry 



as the hosts fell 7-6. Aldy returned a McMurry punt 79 
yards for the TD. Unfortunately a Brindley PAT fell 
short. A fourth quarter field goal attempt by Brindley 
was marred by confusion of the field as the attempt was 
blocked. 

After the loss, the Majors pulled themselves together to 
defeat Maryville of Tennessee, 7-6. The defensive gem of 
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Guard Huoni, Tackles Harris and Herring, and Line- 
backer Reans were credited with the game-saving 
defense. 

The Bulldogs of Texas Luthem proved too much for 
the Majors, as Millsaps suffered its fourth and final de- 
feat, 36-6. Millsaps closed its 1973 season against Prin- 
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The Millsaps Majors 1973-74 basketball team, 
coached by James Montgomery and assisted by Bob 
Boothe, relied heavily on its seven returning seniors to 
boost the Majors throughout seasonal play. Although 
there was a size disparity between the Purple and White 
and most of their opponents, the team exhibited quick- 
ness and fine shooting to make up the difference. 

The four returning starters, all seniors, included 
guards Reggie Jones, Vinny Lynch, Mark Sorgenfrei, 
and rebounder Scott Vamado. The other seniors who 
backed up the Majors were guards Al Watts and Kent 
Vanskiver, and forward Scotty Greene. 

Junior college transfers John Tedder and Paul 
Schlichtman alternated positions under the boards, 
while junior guard Mike Flautt and sophomore forward 
Mark Lynch filled in for Millsaps. A mid-season losing 
streak prevented the Majors from enjoying a winning 
season and the team ended the year with a 12-14 record. 

The big upset of the season came when Millsaps 
knocked off arch-rival Mississippi College, 77-72, in 
their best overall performance of the season. The heav- 
ily favored Choctaws fell victim to the Majors as the last 
regularly scheduled game in Buie Gym was witnessed 
before a jam-packed, howling crowd. 




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1973-74 marked the Millsaps Players' Fiftieth Season— and, in honor of the 
golden anniversary, Director Lance Goss decided to present five major pro- 
ductions. He chose his plays from the cream of contemporary British and 
American theatre. They included Robert Bolt's Vivat! Vivai Regina!, the his- 
tory of the conflicts between Mary Queen of Scots and Elizabeth I; Tennessee 
Williams' The Night of the Iguana, a sophisticated comedy considered one of 
Coward's best; and Barry England's Conduct Unbecoming, a recent whodunit 
which delighted Arts and Lecture Series members. Goss closed the year with 
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Alveno Castilla has served Mil- 
Isaps in a variety of capacities. Al- 
veno was elected president of the 
Black Student Association. A 
Dean's List Scholar, he had the dis- 
tinction of receiving the American 
Institute of Certified Public Accoun- 
tant's Scholarship three times. He 
was also a dorm assistant, an alter- 
nate to the Judicial Council, and a 
member of the Millsaps baseball 
team. 




David Christian was tapped into 
many honoraries related to his 
chemistry major: Chi Chi Chi, 
(chemistry honorary;) Alpha Epsi- 
lon Delta, (pre-medical honorary;) 
and Theta Nu Sigma, (natural 
science honorary.) David was a 
member of Eta Sigma, and his fra- 
ternity was Pi Kappa Alpha. As a 
member of the Millsaps Singers, 
David also participated in the 
Troubadours. 



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English major Janet Clogston was 
the recipient of the Strieker Scholar- 
ship Award for four years. She 
served Kappa Delta Sorority as His- 
torian and as scholarship chairman, 
and was named 1972 Scholarship 
Award Winner. Active in the Mil- 
lsaps Players, Janet was also a four- 
year member of the Millsaps Sing- 
ers and the Troubadours, touring 
Europe in 1972 with the USO Show. 
This Dean's List Scholar was also a 
member of the Enghsh Club. 




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Serving as National President of 
Eta Sigma Phi (classical language 
honorary,) Henry Cox has acted as 
president of the Millsaps chapter of 
Eta Sigma Phi, delegate to the 1972 
National Convention in Ohio, and 
chairman of the 1973 National Con- 
vention which was held at Millsaps. 
A member of Pi Kappa Alpha, 
Henry has also been a member of 
the Millsaps Singers, News Editor of 
the Purple and White, vice-president 
of ODK, and student assistant for 
the ancient languages department. 
As a member of the Troubadours, 
Henry toured Europe in 1971 with 
the USO show. Participating in the 
Honors Program, Henry traveled to 
southeastern Switzerland in August, 
1973, to research the Romansh lan- 
guage, a Latin dialect, and compile 
data for his Honors thesis. 




Irene Cruthirds, the Bobashela's 
Major's Lady, served as the secre- 
tary for the student government. 
She was a member of Sigma 
Lambda, the Majorette Club, Eta 
Sigma Phi, and the Chaplain's Ad 
Hoc Committee. Irene served 
Kappa Delta Sorority as president 
and as secretary. This sociology ma- 
jor was also the Pi Kappa Alpha 
Dream Girl for two years. 




Kent Darsey, the Bobashela's 
Master Major, was a member of 
several honoraries: Theta Nu 
Sigma; Beta Beta Beta; Alpha Epsi- 
lon Delta, (also serving as presi- 
dent;) and Omicron Delta Kappa, 
(serving as president and vice-presi- 
dent.) This Strieker Scholar was 
named to the Dean's List, the Presi- 
dent's List, and he received the Ju- 
nior Sociology Award. Active in stu- 
dent government, Kent was a 
senator, second vice-president of the 
student body, and Dorm Visitation 
Council Chairman. He served 
Kappa Alpha Order as Rush Chair- 
man and vice-president, was also 
named Model Pledge, and partici- 
pated for the KA's in several intra- 
mural sports. 




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As a transfer student from Ole 
Miss, Marybeth Wood Davis has 
had a busy four years in college. At 
Ole Miss she was a member of the 
University Orchestra, CWENS, and 
Alpha Lambda Delta. Marybeth 
served as both treasurer and assis- 
tant treasurer for Kappa Delta So- 
rority. She served as secretary-trea- 
surer for Sigma Lambda and was a 
member of the Millsaps Singers. As 
an organ major, she received second 
place in the Mississippi Music 
Teachers Association Competition. 




As a Dean's List Scholar, Will 
Goodman still found time to partici- 
pate in the Millsaps Singers and in 
the Troubadours; he was also in a 
number of productions with the 
Millsaps Players. As an English ma- 
jor and president of the English 
Qub, Will studied in England with 
the British Studies at Oxford pro- 
gram. Will was a member of Kappa 
Alpha Order, ODK, and the cam- 
pus senate. He also served as a staff 
writer for the Purple and White. 




Martha Hamrick, who was 
elected vice-president and president 
of W.S.G.A., was active in student 
government; serving on the college 
senate and as recorder of the Judi- 
cial Council. She served the Greek 
System as president of Phi Mu So- 
rority and as a member of the Pan- 
hellenic Council. Hamrick was a 
member of Sigma Lambda, the Ma- 
jorette Club, and the intramural 
council. This Dean's List Scholar 
also served as co-chairman for 
freshmen orientation. 




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A Dean's List Scholar, 
Sam Jew was active on 
campus, serving as 1970-71 
High School Day Co-Chair- 
man and as a Millsaps Ori- 
entation Counselor. He was 
vice-president of his soph- 
omore class and a member 
of the student senate. A 
member of the Pi Kappa 
Alpha Executive Council, 
he also served his fraternity 
as Rush Chairman. 



As a member of the 
Circle-K Club, Crag Knox 
served as both secretary- 
treasurer and president; he 
was also the delegate to the 
Circle-K convention. He 
was a freshman orientation 
group leader and a Dean's 
List Scholar. Crag served as 
a student assistant in the 
physics laboratory, and 
worked in the Millsaps Li- 
brary for three years. 



Frances Lloyd was the 
recipient of the Strieker 
Scholarship, the National 
Merit Scholarship, and the 
Tribett Scholarship. As a 
freshman, she received the 
chemistry and mathematics 
awards. Frances was a 
member of several honor- 
aries: Alpha Epsilon Delta, 
Theta Nu Sigma, Chi Chi 
Chi, Eta Sigma, and Schil- 
ler Gesellschaft. Not only 
was she a Dean's List 
Scholar, but she graduated 
summa cum laude with 
honors in chemistry. She 
served as a laboratory assis- 
tant in the chemistry and 
biology departments and 
was a member of the Mil- 
lsaps Singers and German 
Qub. 



Stan Runnels served 
Lambda Chi Alpha Frater- 
nity as vice-president and 
as scholarship chairman as 
well as being active in intra- 
mural sports. A two-year 
college senate representa- 
tive, Stan was also on the 
Publications committee of 
the student Senate, and a 
stafT photographer for the 
Purple and White. This var- 
sity soccer club manager 
and player/coach was also 
the co-chairman for the 
1973 Freshman Orientation 
Program; and for three 
years, Stan was a student 
assistant for the Biology 
Department. 




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In addition to serving Chi Omega 
as freshman officer, reporter, and 
personnel, Florence Jo Smith was 
the recipient of her sorority's Out- 
standing Member Award. She 
served as chairman for High School 
Day and as a leader for freshman 
orientation. Florence Jo was also a 
cheerleader, a member of the Mil- 
Isaps Singers, and a member of the 
Homecoming Court. As a religion 
major, she received the American 
Bible Society Award and the United 
Methodist Scholarship for two 
years. Florence Jo served as presi- 
dent of Sigma Lambda and as a stu- 
dent assistant for the religion de- 
partment and the admissions office. 




In addition to receiving the 1972 
scholarship award and the 1973 
most improved player award in bas- 
ketball, Mark Sorgenfrei was a let- 
terman for the Millsaps varsity bas- 
ketball team for four years. He 
served as vice-president of both his 
senior class and Pi Kappa Alpha 
Fraternity. Mark was tapped into 
ODK and Eta Sigma. As an ac- 
counting major, Mark earned his 
place on the Dean's List and was an 
accounting department assistant for 
three years. 





Latin major Marilyn Thompson, 
who served the Millsaps Chapter of 
Eta Sigma Phi as President, also or- 
ganized the 1973 National Eta 
Sigma Phi Convention and the 1974 
Mississippi Junior Classical League 
Convention, both held at Millsaps. 
Marilyn was a four-year member 
and frequent soloist for the Millsaps 
Singers, and was Kappa Delta So- 
rority's songfest chairman for two 
years. A student of varied interests, 
Marilyn was a senator, on the publi- 
cation's board, and business man- 
ager of the Bobashela. Active in her 
sorority as well as in the Millsaps 
Players, she was also a member of 
Sigma Lambda. 




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Sue Tremaine served Chi Omega 
Sorority as president and as social 
chairman; she was also selected 
Most Outstanding Junior Member 
and Most Outstanding Senior Mem- 
ber. Sue has served Millsaps as a 
freshman orientation leader, as a 
student assistant in the student af- 
fairs office and in the religion de- 
partment, and as head resident in 
Sanders Dormitory. As a Dean's 
List Scholar and elementary educa- 
tion major. Sue was a member of 
Kappa Delta Epsilon and the Ma- 
jorette Club. 




Jane Williams, political science 
major and Dean's List Scholar, was 
especially interested in campus and 
other political affairs. She was a 
delegate to the State Democratic 
Convention, the secretary of Low- 
ndes County Democratic Party, and 
recording secretary for the Missis- 
sippi Conference on Social Work. 
She also spent a semester studying 
at the United Nations. Jane was a 
member of Sigma Lambda, the Ju- 
dicial Council, and head resident of 
Sanders Dormitory. 




John Wofford was a member of 
the Troubadours for two years and 
toured Europe with this group. He 
has been a Dean's List Scholar and 
is a member of several honoraries: 
Chi Chi Chi, Theta Nu Sigma, Al- 
pha Epsilon Delta, and ODK. He 
was a tenor in the Millsaps Singers 
and an active member of Pi Kappa 
Alpha Fraternity. As a chemistry 
major, John won the Chi Chi Chi 
Chemistry Award and the American 
Chemical Society's Undergraduate 
Award in Analytical Chemistry. 




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Master Major 
Kent Darsey 



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Mike Reans, 1974 graduate of 
MiUsaps, was named to the Kodak 
AIl-American Football Team for 
1973 as a result of balloting by 3000 
football coaches throughout the 
nation. 

A native of Crenshaw, Reans first 
received recognition as a center and 
linebacker at Sledge High School. 
Under the direction of Coach 
George Rooks, he made All-confer- 
ence two seasons in a row and was 
chosen the team's Most Valuable 
Player his senior year. 

At Northwest Junior College, un- 
der Head Coach Ken Bramlett, he 
was named all-state offensive cen- 
ter, despite the fact that he spent the 
latter half of the season at 
linebacker. 

While at MiUsaps, Reans estab- 
lished himself as a defensive player. 
In each of his two years with the 
Majors he was chosen the team's 
Most Outstanding Lineman by his 
fellow players. Head Coach Harper 
Davis called Reans "one of the most 
complete football players we've ever 
had at MiUsaps." 

This marks the second year in a 
row that MiUsaps has had an AU- 
American, as wide receiver Rowan 
Torrey was named to the Kodak 
team in 1972. 




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Reverend David Mcintosh, Pas- 
tor of Christ United Methodist 
Church, Jackson, and Millsaps grad- 
uate, was selected as one of four 
f)ersons inducted into Mississippi 
Sports Hall of Fame on March 25, 
1974. 

Rev. Mcintosh, two-time All-Big 
Eighter and All-Southern at 
McComb High School, played col- 
lege football at Millsaps under 
Coach Dobie Bartling. At Millsaps 
he was named Little All-American 
in 1947 and in 1948. 

Upon graduation, the former 
sophomore and senior class presi- 
dent. Who's Who in American Col- 
leges and Universities, and Master 
Major turned down a professional 
offer by the Los Angeles Rams to 
enter the Candler School of Theol- 
ogy at Emory University. 

He has been a member of the 
Millsaps College Board of Trustees 
since 1969, and was also inducted 
into the school's Sports Hail of 
Fame in 1969. 



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Adams, Gayle 91, 139 
Adams, Philip 141 
Alexander, James 65 
AUen, Elizabeth 102, 135 
Allen, Tom 141 
Ammons, Clifford 76, 137 
Anderson, David 89, 129, 133, 

145, 150 
Andre 85 
Antalec, Michelle 147 

Araujo, Charles 141 
Armstrong, Jack 75 
Arnold, Sharon 102 
Atwood, Butch 124, 128, 143 
Aycock, Earl 57, 137 
Axsmith, Stan 99, 145 
Bagwell, Doug 85, 137 
Bailey, Jean 69 
Baker, Suzie 72, 135 
Baldwin, Annie 1 17 



Boswell, Melanie 97, 127, 132, 139 
Bowers, Ruby 82 
Bowling, Danny 137 
Bown, John 143 
Brady, Donald 79 
Branch, April 91, 135 
Branning, Pam 123, 124, 131 
Brasseax, Byron 54 
Brehm, Alan 62 

Brindley, Doug 122, 143, 179, 185, 
187 

Brinson, Alan 123, 124, 131 
Brock, Marsha 96 
Brown, Laurie 92, 135 
Brown, Thais 91 
Brumfield, Lynn 78, 121, 139 
Bruser, Diane 68 
Buchanan, Frank 101 
BuUard, Ricky 123 
Burrus, Lucy 72, 135 



Clayton, Obie 71, 117 
Qegg, Susan 125, 127 
Oibum, Eugenia 89, 123, 131 
Qogston, Janet 85,118,121,127, 

130, 196 
Coats, Cliff 122, 188 
Cobb, Mary Al 139 
Coleman, Woodie 74, 108, 137 
CoUins, Roger 123 
Condon, Carol 71 

Conner, Syd 121, 133, 143 
Cook, David 143 
Cook, JefTSl, 145 
Coppock, Tony 121 
Cordua, Dora 147 
Cordua, Mel 141 
Covington, Eleanor 67, 147 
Cox, Henry 126, 128, 145, 197 
Crabb, Cheryl 57, 139 
Crimm, Harry 122 



Ball, Rick 99, 141 
BaUard, Gary 141 
Ballard, Pam 132, 147 
Barber, Jack 141 
Barnes, Bev 94, 121, 126 
Baroni, Rose Ann 84, 132 
Bartling, Bruce 137 
Bass, Billy Jack 117 
Bates, Jenny 57, 135 
Beall, Sandra 132 

Beam, David 68 

Bear, Ellen 127, 135 

Beard, RusseU 105, 145, 183 

Bell, Judy 110 

Benefield, Lance 137 

Bennett, Joe 126 

Bergman, Janet 133, 149, 151 

Best, Camp 95, 113 

Bethea, Jim 137 

Bevill, Betsy 9, 65, 120, 188 

Bickerstaff, Jan 67, 116, 132, 135, 

182 
Bishop, Evalyn 103 
Blackburn, Lisa 88, 121, 132, 135 
Blackwell, Dean 123, 131 
Blackwell, EUana 127, 135 
Blackwell, Tomas 108 
Bogan, Patricia 1 1 7 
Boozman, Connie 76, 132, 147 
Bordelon, Marti 75 



Bush, Sallie 60, 127, 147 
Buys, Rusty 72, 74, 137 
Byars, Marcia 71 
Byler, Kathy 54, 120, 139, 151 
Cameron, Alan 145 
Campanella, Brent 90, 137 
Campbell, Dwight 87, 117 
Campbell, Glenn 137, 150 
Candler, Steve 143 
Caraway, Willana 120 

Carlson, Gerta 68 

CarroU, Bill 21, 98, 121, 145 

Carroll, Diane 98, 120, 125, 130, 

135 
Carstaufner, Janice 71 
Cartledge, Rebecca 127, 147 
Case, Betsy 132, 147 
Castilla, Alveno 117, 196 
Catron, Janice 72 
Chandler, Linda 127 

Chase, Maxine 1 17 

Chastain, Claire 67, 1 11, 130, 132, 

139, 151 
Chastain, Jamie 139 
Christian, David 76, 1 18, 121, 128, 

145, 196 
Qark, Betty 4, 7, 55, 94, 1 16 
Qark, Hugh 105, 121, 145 
Qarke, CharUe 73, 141 
Qarkson, Jean 127 



Crittenden, James 123,124,131 
Cruthirds, Irene 105, 126, 130, 

132, 139, 197, 203 
Currie, John 59 
Currie, Sarah 95 
Damon, Sarah Neville 139 
Daniel, Ray 65 
Dantin, Jigs 92, 120 
Darby, Bruce 125 

Darsey, Kent 123, 128, 137, 197, 

202 
Darville, Dub 185 
Davenport, Cindy 69 
Davies, John 145 
Davis, Marybeth Wood 130, 198 
Davis, Mike 141 
Davis, Peggy 69, 129, 133 
Davis, Rick 121, 122, 143 
Dennis, Alfred 123, 124, 131 
Denny, David 93 

Dickson, Debra 127 
Dickson, Jan 78, 118, 187, 189 
Dickson, Steve 108, 137 
Dominique, Jeb 6 
Doss, Gail 133 
Downey, Ginger 92 
Dugger, Robby 145 
Dyess, David 133 
E^kes, Janet 67, 108, 113, 130, 
132, 139 



206 



Eaton, Sally 54, 139 
Edgerton, Richard 105, 145 
Emling, Ward 66, 108, 118, 121, 

122, 145, 179, 185, 188 
Eppes. Mark 145. 150 
Everett, Rhonda 107, 149, 151 
Eyrich, George 89, 143 
EzeUe, Fred 102 
Ezelle, Virguiia 102, 127 
Fairbum, Bruce 92, 111, 137 



Goodman, Will 77, 118, 121. 128. 

137. 198 
Gove, Eddie 122, 188 
Granderson, Robert Earl 1 1 7 
Graves, Nan 91, 132. 135 
Gray, Chestine 1 17 
Gray, Lloyd 137, 150 
Green, Mike 86, 141 
Greene. Scotty 95. Ill, 128 
Greer, Allen 141 



Higgins, David 89. 143 

Hightower, Peggy 91. 135 

Hill, Miles 72, 'l37 

Hinman, Andy 95 

Hinman, Charlie 20, lOi. 108. 110. 

145 
Holbrook. Edna 80. 112 
Holder. Katie 84 
Holliman. John 143 
Holly. Bill 93 



Fairley, Nita 98 
Fayard, Kathy 64 
Ferguson, Flinda 96 
Finnefrock, Dan 70, 145 
Fitch, Sarah 124 
Flautt, David 137 
Hautt, Mike 9, 85, 128, 137 
Fleming, Martha 117 
Fletcher, Pyron 58 
Flint, Bryan 82 

Floyd, Myntis 1 17 
Flynn, Jim 141 
Foley, Dean 89, 143 
Forester, Mike 121, 122 
Fortenberry, Jewel 117 
Foster, Patty 96, 127 
Fowlkes, Cassandra 59, 118 
Franklin, David 89 
Frazier, Jacqueline 69, 120 
Frazier, Mark 137 

Fredericks, Don 87, 99 

Friddle, Bryan 59 

Friends 74 

Furr, Anna 100, 121, 135 

Furr, Stan 81, 143 

Gaggini, Gerry 137 

GaUoway, James 108,110,137 

Gamble, Bill 141, 150 

Gamble, Lyne 80 

Garrette, Gary 137 

Garvin, Royce 89, 133, 143 
Gaston, Robert 145 
George, David 13, 55, 123, 145 
Gettis, Carmen 1 1 7 
Gillon, Robert 102, 122 
Gober, Billy 54, 145 
Goldberg, Charhe 61 
Goldman, Betsy 93 
Goodman, Pat 76, 102, 108, 118 
121, 132, 139 



GrilTin. Tootie 108. 137 
Grimsley, David 53, 145 
Grisham, Robert 82, 128 
Grove, Ken 123, 131, 143 
Guild, Dale 132. 139, 188 
Guice, Judy 121 
Gunn, Vicki 83, 117 
Hall, Chuck 91, 141 
Hall, David 145 
Hall, Steve 121,137 

Hamhn. Judy 104 

Hamrick, Martha 95, 111, 130, 

132, 147, 198 
Hanna, Bill 143 
Hardm, Bill 123, 131 
Harkey, Louis 137 
Harris, Eunice 97 
Harrison, Mike 99, 141 
Harrison, Ray 75, 121, 129, 133 
Hart, Ethebet 94, 120, 125 

Harthcock, Melinda 67, 125, 130 
Harwell, Ehzabeth 118, 121 
Hawkins, Arvis 87, 117 
Hawkins, EUeen 120, 122. 132, 

135, 184, 189 
Hawkins, Victor 102, 121, 122, 185 
Haygood, Ricky 61, 137 
Hays, Frank 143 
Hearon, Dee 127 

Helvenston, Laura Damon 63, 

107, 132, 139 
Hendrick, Ann 67, 125, 130, 132. 

135 
Hendrix, Mike 143 
Hendrix, Ronnie 87. 117 
Henry, Elaine 63, 108 
Hensarling, Dale 65 
Herbert, Mark 112, 141 
Henington, Glenn 70, 123, 128, 

141 



Holmes, Betsy 55, 88, 107, 110, 

132, 135 
Holmes, Wendell 110, 125, 128, 

143 
Hooper, Randy 55. 145 
Howell, Donna 83, 139, 151 
Howkins. Liz 89 
Hudspeth, Melissa 4, 7. 55, 88. 

107. 116, 135, 151 
Humphrey. Sue 147. 151 
Humphreys, Mike 123 
Hunt, Mike 105, 145 
Huoni. Mike 82 
Ivy, Cae 58 
Jackson, Burt 97 
Jackson, Gloria 117 
Jacobs, Nella 69 
Jany, Hans 126, 128, 129, 133 
Jenkins. Stacy 118, 121, 137 
Jenkins, Steve 118. 137 
Jew, Bobby 145 

Jew, Sam 73, 105. 145. 199 
Jones, Danny 96 
Jones, Janeen 147 
Jones, Marc 141 
Jones, Reggie 73, 145 
Jones, Sue 70 
Jones, Trey 59, 85, 137 
Johnson, David 143 
Johnson, Janice 68. 147 
Johnson, Michael 55 

Johnson, Sandra 54, 120 
Jumey, Ronnie 61 
Karges, Earl 66 
Katich, Ann 4, 7. 116, 130 
Kees, Bobby 73, 141 
Kelly, Pat 59 
Kelso, Bobby 137 
Kersh, Grady 145, 182 
Kersh, Robert 145 
King, Bob 61 



207 



King, Jan 80 
King, Lorean 80 
King, Rob 94 
King, Stanley 141 
Kirk, Beth 90, 127, 147 
Knox, Crag 82, 199 
Kountouris, Irene 79, 132, 139 
Kowalski, Ed 73, 141 
Ladner, Denise 64 
Lafoe, Wilson 74, 137 

Landrum, Joey 108, 141 
Laney, Frank 82, 133 
Laney, Steve 145 
Lang, Nancy 57, 113, 139 
Langston, June 98 
Lansing, Jan 92, 96. 139 
Lavelle, Frances 149 
Lehman, Chuck 8, 145 
Leech, John 118, 121, 122, 128, 
137, 186 

Leggett, Ellen 55, 88, 132, 135 
Levanway, Doug 145 
Liverman, Steve 124, 129, 133, 143 
Lloyd, Frances 83, 121, 124, 125, 

133, 199 
Lloyd, Marie 88, 135 
Lloyd, Mary 55, 147, 151 
Loftin, James 97, 121, 137 
Loftin, Rusty 5 
Lossett, Mark 145 

Love, Janet 92, 123, 131, 139 
Lowe, Marty 2, 1 12, 127, 130, 132, 

139 
Luman, Debbi 149 
Lumsden, Lisa 147 
Lundy, Jeff 137 
Lundy, Jim 145 
Lyle, Tommy 85, 121, 137 
Lynch, Mark 82, 105, 145 
Lynch, Vinny 160 

McAlexander, Johnny 61 
McAlilly, Steve 141 
McCafferty, Jim 73, 108, 141, 150 
McCarty, Marsha 112, 127, 139 
McClure, Kevin 145 
McCoy, Adren 72, 118, 135 
McCoy, Mary Dell 135 
McCrory, Barry 137 
McCuUough, Jerry 61,141 
McDuff, Rob 85, 137 
McEwen, Fred 143 



McGuire, Bill 99 
Mcintosh, Dennis 59 
Mcintosh, Maura 102, 108, 118, 

121, 132, 139, 153 
McKee, Marcia 72, 135 
McKenzie, Carrie 65, 132, 147, 

151 
McKinnon, Betty 72, 135 
McLaurin, Jill 91, 130, 135 
McMillan, Toni 147 

McMuUen, Diane 101, 108 

McQuinn, Chuck 104, 121 

McVadon, Fhyliss 84, 111, 126 

McVey, John 143 

Mc Williams, Frank 104 

Mace, Mary Jane 7, 55, 88, 1 16, 

124, 135 
Maddux, Buffa 123, 131 
Magee, Stanley 129 
Magrow, Charlie 68 

Manning, Ed 137 

Maples, Phillip 112 

Marshall, Bill 143 

MM, France 100 

Martin, Chariie 8, 55, 145, 150 

Martin, Keith 117 

Mason, John 101 

Matheney, Kerry 54, 81, 107, 139 

Matheny, Jim 121, 143 

Mayes, Clinton 1 1 7 

Mayes, Deirdre 1 17 
Megehee, Maribeth 78, 135 
Melichar, Marcia 69, 91, 120, 127, 

135 
Messer, Don 121, 143 
Miller, Bruce 62, 125 
Miller, Bryan 73, 92, 141 
Miller, Lyle 137 
Millstead, Brenda 139 
Minor, Doug 145 

Mitcham, Susan 94 
Moffett, Larry 132 
Montgomery, Bill 137, 150 
Moore, Bob 141 
Moore, Janice 71 
Morris, Dewayne 186 
Morton, Allen 145 
Morris, Joe 56, 137 
Moten, Lane 122, 186 
Moulds, Pat 58, 139 
MuUer, Freda 139 



Neeper, Scott 137 

Neill, Mary 67, 1 16, 132, 139, 183 

Nelson, Tom 104 

Nettleton, Ann 97, 126, 127, 139 

Newby, Cindy 62, 127, 139 

Newsome, Barry 62, 117 

Nichols, Rob 137 

Nobles, Terry 94, 143 

Nolan, Karen 135 

Nolan, Karen 135 

Nunn, Bruce 60 

O'Connell, Joe 99 

O'Donnell, James 123, 124, 131 

Ogden, Juanita 66, 120, 122, 185 

Obey, Leah 126, 129, 130, 133 

Osbom, Roberta 70, 147 

Owens, Gretchen 73 

Pace, Mark 105, 145 

Paine, Anna 63 

Parker, Lynn 110, 123, 130, 135 

Parry, Tom 143 

Paterson, Isabel 127, 132, 147 

Patterson, Ammie 149 

Patton, John 137 

Pavlou, Vickie 139 

Pearson, Sherry 118, 120, 135 

Perry, Mona 122, 126, 130, 149, 

151, 188 
Peters, Kelvin 66 

Peyton, Deborah 83 

Pharr, Patsy 102, 113, 121, 132, 

139, 182 
Phelps, Belmont 100, 135 
Phillips, Jodie 87 
PhiUips, Turner 216 
Plummer, Gary 141 
Plunk, Daryl 59 
Poole, Richard 124, 125, 131 

Posey, Cathy 58, 78, 102, 118, 121, 

139 
Pratt, Dennis 143, 150 
Preston, Bill 89, 143 
Price, Dewayne 66, 145, 150 
Price, Ricky 143 
Pridgen, Joe 79 
Prince, Buddy 79, 121, 122 
Prince, John 6 
Provost. Judy 99, 123, 124, 129, 

131, 133 

Pryor, Melanie 61 



208 



Pyron, Fletcher 58 
Quick, Cecil 103 
Ramage, Ronnie 143 
Ramsey, Betty 117, 121 
Randall, Robin 121, 135 
Raphael, Bill 103 
Ratchford, Kevin 195 
Ratchford, Mike 67, 112 
Reans, Mike 61, 205 

Rebel 9 

Reese, David 143 

Reeves, David 81, 123, 124. 131 

Richards, Dan 86 

Richmond, Meredith 123 

Richter, Ricky 118, 137 

Ridgeway, Ree 120, 135 

Riecken, Lynn 90 

Ritter, Jack 63, 145, 183 

Roberson, Suzy 69, 149 

Roberts, Cynthia 64, 1 18, 120, 139 

Robertson, Mike 93, 137 

Robertson, Scott 65, 143 

Robertson, Terri 147 

Robinson, Lucille 117 

Robinson, Robin 141, 150 

Roby, Eva 117 

Rohr, Richard 59, 145 

Ross, Lynne 121 

Rowan, HoUi 63, 139, 183 

Rucker, Frizell 117 
Rudder, David 141 
Runnels, Stan 110, 199 
Salter, Caryn 64 
Samsel, Judy 74 
Samsel, Mark 74 
Sappington, Lynn 127 
Schlictman, Paul 141 
Schonberger, Howard 9, 53, 95, 
122, 137, 188 

Schuster, Paul 123, 124, 131 
Scott, Gail 127 
Scott, Luridean 117 
Seamon, Lindy 145 
Self, Dwayne 141 
Sessums, Diana 63, 139 
Sessums, Kevin 13, 88, 145, 179 

Shallcross, Lindsey 135 

Shanks, Janet 98 

Shehiut, Eddie 122, 179, 187, 189 



Shivers, Jerry 101, 137 
Shows, Scott 92, 137 
Simmons, Becca 81, 127 
Simmons, Jess 100 
Simmons, Lindy 55 
Simmons, Paula 79 
Smith, Barbara 100, 135 
Smith, Bob 143 

Smith, Florence Jo 78, 120, 130, 
135, 200 

Smith, Fred 141 

Smith, Kathy 147 

Smith, Susan 91, 127 

Sorenson, Deb 96 

Sorgenfrei, Dale 89, 120, 127, 130, 

135 
Sorgenfrei, Mark 89, 108, 128, 

145, 200 
Spencer, Meredith 143, 150 
Spillman, Scott 137 

Stanford, Tom 89. 112 
Stanton, Gail 147 
Steinwinder. Gloria 78, 139 
Stevens. Mike 55, 108, 110, 145 
Still, Billy 97 
Stone. Carol Anne 91. 135 
Strain, Baxter 137 
Strickland, Carolyn 1 1 7 
Strickland, Eddie 123. 124. 131 
SumeraU, Paul 133. 143 

Tanksley, John 101, 137 
Tatum, Tody 65, 143 
Taylor, Janice 71 
Terell, Steve 179, 186 
Thomas, Larry 65, 122, 143 
Thomas, Russell 68 
Thompson, Anne 139 
Thompson, Hubert 71, 83, 117 
Thompson, Lanier 128, 141 
Thompson, Marilyn 112,120.126, 
130, 132, 139, 200 

Thompson, Sammy 57, 110. 137 
Thompson, Terry 179, 188 
Thrasher, Jimmy 145, 186, 188 
Tichenor, Travis 143 
Tidmore, HoUis 123 
Tipton, Susan 127, 147 
Tolbert, Jefr 101 
Tonos, Mary 62 
Tremaine, Sue 127, 132, 135, 201 



Twyner. Brenda 56. 121 
Vanskiver. Kent 82, 85, 137 
Vamado, Scott 145 
Veal, Jimmy 4, 145 
Vingiello. Arthur 128. 127 
Virden, Rick 73. 182 
Wadhngton. Warner 97, 145 
Walden. Keith 59. 145 
Walker, Cynthia 13, 127, 130 
Walker, Paul 66, 145 

Walker, Tony 135 
Wallace, Mickey 64, 145 
Wallace, Rachel 54. 132. 139 
Wallace, Will 105. 145 
Wallace, Willie 73 
Waring. Sue Beth 68 
Watkins. Belinda 83. 117. 132 
Watkins, Paul 89. 143 

Weems. Betty 104, 121 
Watts. Al 141 

Weill. Susie 89 

Wells, Dennis 111, 128. 145. 150 
Wells. Don 121. 133, 143 
Wells, Linda 100. 135 
Whatley, Robin 92, 107, 135. 151 
Whatley. Steve 69. 137 
Wiggers, Tom 143 
Wilbum, Bill 59 

Wilkerson, Chris 84, 101. 108, 123, 
124, 125, 126. 128, 131 

Willers. Jeff 89. 143 

Williams. Cheryl 117 

WilUams, Jane 87. 111. 130. 200 

Williams, Margaret 57, 139 

Williams, Ten-el 124, 133, 143 

Wilson, Susan 4 

Wiltshire. Diane 78, 187 

Wiseman, Jim 141 

Wofford, Emily 118,121.139.182 

Wofford, Janet 77, 120. 125. 127. 

139 
Wofford, John 77,121,124,128, 

145. 200 
Wofford, Walter 63, 121. 145. 182 
Wolfe, Jim 123, 128 
Womack, David 137 
Wong-Valle. Eileen 147 
Woods, Ben 125 
Woroner, Diane 123, 130, 131 



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Wray, Johnny 137 



Young, Dan 81, 118, 121, 128 
Young, Frank 137 
Youngblood, Mark 118, 121 

Zehnder, May Lipe 121, 135 
Zouboukas, Mena 74, 135, 191 
Zouboukas, Toula 135 




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