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talkin' about the good ole days, 
right? Come to think of it, as 
bad as we may think they are, 
these will become the good ole 
days for our children. 






Why don't we try to remember 
the kind of September, when life 
was slow, and oh, so mellow. Try 
to remember, and if you remem- 
ber, then follow . . . 



. . . Oh, why does it seem that 
the past is always better? 





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With sincLM-{; npprociiition to 
each member of the Millsaps 
Majors Football Team for their 
participation in a very impor- 
tant part of the total Millsaps 
(College proj^ram, we off(-r this 
tribute of thanks. 

The individual dedication 
and d(!V()tion involv(;d in long 
and tough hours of practice re- 
sulted in a game-time team 
which deserves special recog- 
nition. Achieving a 7-2 season 
this year after reaching the 
NCAA Division III Nati(mal 
play-offs last year, the football 
team revitalized the athletic 
program and regained enthusi- 
astic support of the student 
body, fans, and friends. With a 
complete coaching staff of 
two — Head Coach Harper 
Davis and Assistant Coach 
Tommy Ranager— and a mod- 
est budget, the team, through 
its success earned national ex- 
posure and recognition for 
Millsaps College. 

Haygood, Hinton & Com- 
pany were responsible for 
many exciting and enjoyable 
(nearly heart-stopping!) Satur- 
day afternoons at Legion Field 
that will long be rem(!mbered. 
Each member of the team not 
only sought superior athletic 
performance, but also con- 
ducted himself in a manner 
such that each served as a 
goodwill ambassador for Mill- 
saps College and the State of 
Mississippi. 

They were leaders on cam- 
pus. They wore the purple and 
white jerseys with pride. In the 
finest tradition established by 
Majors' teams in the past, they 
have done a good job. 

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Sports 


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Organizations 


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Students 


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ADMINISTRATION 




Edward M. Collins, President 





Paul Hardin, Registrar 




J. Harvey Saunders, Dean of Faculty John Christmas, Dean of Admissions 



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[ack Woodward. Dean of Men 
and Director of Financial Aid 






William Hannah, Business Affairs 



lames McLeod, Director of Placement 



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James E. Livesay. Director of Alumni 



Cermotlo Clardy, Institutional Advisor 





Marilyn Fisher, Public Relations 



William Franklin. Institutional Advisor 



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Martha Neal. President's Office 





Nancy White, Business Affairs 



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Claudia O'Keefe, Student Affairs Katherine Lefoldt, AC Hostess 



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Development 

Ann Farmer. Madge Columbus, Dot Knox, Peggy 
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Admissions Counselors 

Ward Emling. Clark Henderson, Floy Hollowman 



Admissions 

Cathv Marlella. Sherrie Hobbs 



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Business Office 

Cheryll Patrick. Dorothy Nettles, Alice Borders, W.irrene Li'e 




Registrar's Office 

Siira Borders, Sandra Webb, Pearl Over. Bea Woudard 




Patty Fennel, Dispensary 




Doug Townsend. Food Service 







Bookstore 

Mittie Weltv and Marsha Schivers 




Virginia McCoy, Switchboard 



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LIBRARY 







(seated 1. to r.) Lillian Cooley, Caroline Moore, Floreada Harmon, Ann Ratchford 

(standing 1. to r.) James Parks, Edith Bowie, Frances Boeckman, Joycelyn Trotter, Gerry Reiff 







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ANCIENT 
LANGUAGES 




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ART 




Lucy Webb Millsaps 
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BUSINESS 




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Frank Frohnhoefer 




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Mike Ainsworth 



Clyde Ballard 



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Myrtis Meaders 



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Ira Harvey 



Linda Harvey 





ENGLISH 







Lois Blackwell 



Daniel Hise 





George Boyd 




Mildred Morehead 




Austin Wilson 





LeRoy Percy 



GEOLOGY 



Robert Padgett Wendell Johnson 



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HISTORY 




Frank Laney 



Charles Sallis 








Robert McElvaine 




Ross H. Moore 



MATHEMATICS 




Samuel Knox 





Herman McKenzie 



Arnold Ritchie 



Robert Shive 




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MODERN LANGUAGE 



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Mary Robinson Billy Bufkin, Spanish 



John Guest, German 









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Nellie Hederi, Spanish 



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Robert Kahn, Romantic Languages 




J^I^IJ^If^ Hilliard Saunders, Romantic Languages 



Leland Byler 





Louise Byler 



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McCarrell Ayers 





Francis Polanski 




Donald Kilmer Jonathan Sweat 



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PHYSICAL EDUCATION 





Robert Bergmark . Michael Mitias 




James Montgomery Mary Ann Edge 



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Harper Davis 
Tommy Ranager 




PHYSICS POLITICAL SCIENCE 



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PSYCHOLOGY 



Howard Bavender 





Russell Lt'vanway 



Edmond Venator 



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RELIGION 




SOCIOLOGY 






T.W. Lewis Lee Reiff 



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Frances Coker Paul Murray 



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THEATRE 



Lance Goss 




Mrs. Cooper, Theatre Movement 



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FEATURES 





Kathryn Barksdale 
Bob Lewis 



Carol Burrus 
Bill Rice 



Deborah Madden 
Rob Wells 



Shane Pittman 
Kent Kebert 





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Michelle Tate 


onie Simpkins 


Jana Walker 


Jay Jabour 




HOMECOMING QUEEN 




Robin Rice 
David Carroll 



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Every decade or so, a college football team will be blessed 
with an outstanding AU-American athlcite who mak(!s his 
name well remembered. In 1976 at Millsaps College, his name 
is RICKIE HAYGOOD. 

The American Football Coaches Association dubbed the 5- 
foot 10, 168-pound senior from Pascagoula as the best quarter- 
back in the nation in the NCAA Division III, and named Hay- 
good to the Kodak Collegt; Division III, Ail-American Team. 

Voted by his teammates as the Most Valuable Player of the 
year, Haygood piloted the Majors to a 7-2 record this past sea- 
son. He terminated his passing career in fine fashion as he 
threw for 221 yards and two touchdowns in the final contest of 
'76, and connect(xi on 18 of 31 aerials to maintain his com- 
pletion and total yards average. 

Nationally ranked as the fourth best passer in Division III, 
Haygood completed 135 of 269 attempts for 1,794 yards 
average. 

Following a fantastic 384 yard passing performance against 
McMurry College which gave the Majors a 5-0 standing, 7 at 
mid-year, Haygood surpassed that mark against Georgetown in 
the homecoming game. Ironically, he completed 23 of 41 ae- 
rials for an amazing 408 yards and three touchdowns, but the 
remarkable effort left the Purple and White 10 points short (30- 
40). 

Haygood was also rated in the country in total offense as he 
gained 1,966 yards in nine contests for a 218.4 yards per game. 





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Dean Jane Corder is one of those 
rare people who is able to "j^et it 
done" and be a good friend at the 
sam(> time. She always has time for a 
chat with her friends, time to do 
someone a favor, in addition to hc^r 
numcM'ous committees, groups, and 
organizing tasks, all of which she 
tackles with (mthusiasm. Dean Cor- 
der is the friend I would like to have 
around in a crisis— steady, non- 
judgemental, practical, yet warm, 
she seems to approach life as a 
pleasant challenge. She views 
people not only as they are. but as 
they could be, r(H;ognizing and im- 
couraging unrealizini potential. Her 
capacity for fun and her sense of hu- 
mor are part of all she does. One 
never gets the feeling that Dean Cor- 
der is over-worked or a martyr to 
her many tasks, because she loves 
her work and the students and it 
shows. Somehow on top of all her 
many tluties and projects, D(!an Cor- 
der finds the time to learn and grow. 
She is open to new ideas, cou- 
rageous in taking new steps, and yet 
her sound judgment serves her well. 
As a Dean of Women and as a coun- 
selor. Dean Corder is at the forefront 
of her disciplines. She is a thorough 
professional, and yet she never loses 
her warmth or her sensitivity to in- 
dividuals. Dean |ane Corder is one 
of those rare people whose integrity 
and loyalty are unquestionable. She 
is what she is and does what she 
says she will do. If she is your friend 
you have a constant course of 
warmth and strength. 



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FAREWELL, MA PRICE 

Who is that energetic little lady that seems to be all 
places at once, makes sure all the upperclass women 
fill out dorm cards, enforces the few remaining rules, 
and, in general, keeps the men and women on campus 
from destroying the dormitory? Of course, she is our 
own MA PRICE. When we entered as freshmen, she 
was here and she surely would be here when we grad- 
uated. Ma Price is as much a part of Millsaps as the 
"green thing" in the bowl, the M-bench, or Major Mill- 
saps. But Millsaps is about to lose this respected and 
lovable lady who has served as a figurehead on cam- 
pus since 1934. 

Ma Price came to Millsaps 43 years ago when she be- 
came Mrs. Joseph B. Price. Dr. Price had been a mem- 
ber of the Chemistry department for four years when 
he married "Ma" in 1934. For 22 years he served as the 
dedicated and influential chairman of the chemistry 
department. Ma Price is the mother of three Millsaps 
graduates: Mary Charles, now a freelance journalist 
and photographer with her husband for travel maga- 
zines, was a member of the Millsaps Singers and the 
Chi Omega Fraternity; Mac and Doug, now areospace 
technicians for NASA residing in Newport News, Vir- 
ginia, are twins, both of whom were also members of 
the Millsaps Singers and the Kappa Alpha Order. 

In her years of association with Millsaps, Ma Price 
has devoted her time and energy to many aspects of 
the school. The KA's have honored her with the title of 
Perpetual Rose, for not only were her two sons KA's at 
Millsaps, but she also married one. For eighteen years. 
Ma Price was a chaperon for the Millsaps Singers 
while on tour. It was during her first trip with the Sing- 
ers that the students started calling her "Ma." But more 
important than this, she has been a friend and mother 
for hundreds of girls for thirteen years. 

When Franklin Dorm opened in 1964, Ma Price be- 
gan her career as dorm mother. After spending two 
and a half years there, she moved into the newly 
erected Bacot Dorm where she has remained. 

Times have changed since Ma Price moved onto the 
girls' side of campus. When she first came, all girls' 
dorms closed at 10:00 but second semester seniors 
could stay out until 10:30. Of course, the boys have 
never had hours. Eleven o'clock was the closing time 
for the dorms on Friday and Saturday nights. If a girl 
wanted to leave the dorm any time after dark to go 
anywhere, on campus or off, she had to sign out in a 
book by the front door. If a girl got caught breaking 
any rule, for example— wearing pants in any public 
place, she could expect to be campused for as much as 
a month. This included not even being able to sit with 
a male in the cafeteria. As time went by, the senior 
girls eventually acquired what was known as "Senior 
Privilege." This, Ma Price explained, enabled the se- 
niors to enter the dorm at any time of the night. Things 
definitely have changed around here. 

Ma Price has seen numerous other changes take 
place at Millsaps. She attended the first and last bas- 
ketball game at Bowie Gym. She remembers when the 
four girls' dorms, Whitworth, Sanders, Franklin, and 
Bacot, were built. 




What will Millsaps do without Ma Price? Probably 
fall apart. She has been a loyal supporter of every as- 
pect of Millsaps and, in particular, the women on cam- 
pus. 1 think I speak for everyone. Ma Price, when I say 
that we will all miss your presence at Millsaps and that 
the place will not be the same without you! 




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WHO'S WHO AMONG AMERICAN 
COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES 




lenny Bland Bates, aclive in Millsaps' Greek 
life, served as Co-chairman of the Panhellenii; 
Field Day and as Co-chairman of the Pan- 
hellenic Summer Ice Cream Party. As a mem- 
ber of Chi Omega. |enny held the offices: Per- 
sonnel Chairman. Pledge Trainer, and Vice- 
President. She received the Chi Omega honors 
of Outstanding Sophomore and the Presi- 
dent's Award. ]enny was editor of the MA- 
JOR'S FACTS for two years and also worked 
on the BOBASHELA Staff. She was President 
of Sigma Lambda. Treasurer of the SEB. and a 
member of Omicron Delta Kappa. A Dean's 
List Scholar, she also was the 1974 Home- 
coming Queen, an Orientation Counselor, and 
a part of the Sander's Food Club, [enny was 
Bacot's representative to the Dormitory Af- 
fairs Committee and an assistant to the Stu- 
dent Affairs Office. An Accounting major, she 
served an internship at Tattis & Tattis. Ac- 
countants and Auditors. 



A member of the College Senate and the 
Student Senate, Daniel Seymore Bowling also 
served on the President's Advisory Committee 
and as Chairman of the Publications Com- 
mittee. In addition to holding the President of- 
fices of Omicron Delta Kappa and the [unior 
Class, he was an officer of the Kappa Alpha 
Order. Danny received the Baseball Team 
Scholastic Trophy for two years and was a 
three year letterman in baseball. He was Con- 
tributing Editor of the PURPLE AND WHITE, 
an intern at jackson/Hinds Youth Court, and 
a National Mississippi Society Delegate to the 
Southern Regional Conference on Prisons in 
1975. Danny graduated cum laude with hon- 
ors in English. 



Mary Lucy Burrus has held many offices 
during her four years at Millsaps. She was 
Vice-President of Omicron Delta Kappa. Vice- 
President of Sigma Lambda. Sophomore Class 
Vice-President. |unior Class Vice-President, 
and Chapter Correspondent and Pledge 
Trainer of Chi Omega. A cheerleader and 
member of the 1975 Homecoming Court. Lucy 
also served on several committees. She was 
Chairman of the Legal Code Committee. 
Chairman of the Organized Affairs Com- 
mittee, and a member of the Library Com- 
mittee. Lucy was also a member of the Major- 
ette Club. Kappa Delta Epsilon. and the 
Student Senate for two years. She displayed 
her musical talent as a part of JOLAS, a Chris- 
tian singing group. During her three years in 
the Millsaps Singers, Lucy was a member of 
the Choir Council. She participated in the 
Millsaps Players' "Sound of Music " A Dean's 
List Scholar for seven semesters. Lucy, an 
English major, graduated cum laude. 



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Juliet Wilkins Dantin, Millsaps' 
Major's Lady, was a member of 
Kappa Delta Sorority. She was a 
member of the Millsaps Singers, and 
was tapped into Sigma Lambda 
Honorary and Omicron Delta 
Kappa Honorary. Serving the Mill- 
saps Student Body as SEB Presi- 
dent in 1976 and SEB Second Vice- 
President in 1975, Jigs was also 
Sophomore Class President and a 
member of the President's Advisory 
Board. She was a student represen- 
tative on the Millsaps Board of 
Trustees and has also served on the 
College Senate, Student Senate, and 
the Governor's Youth Advisory 
Board. Jigs has interned in the Mis- 
sissippi State Senate as well as the 
United States Senate. 



Barry Keith Cockrell showed interest in 
student government al Millsaps by serving 
on the Student Senate Committee to inves- 
tigate the tuition plan, the Student Senate 
Financial Affairs Committee, and the Stu- 
dent Senate Social Affairs Committee. As 
the 1975 President of the Millsaps Chapter 
of Young Democrats, Barry also was a 
Freshman Orientation Counselor and 
member of the Student Advisory Board. 
Barry participated in Intramural Sports 
and was recorder for the Group Session of 
the Millsaps Symposium. He served as As- 
sistant Editor of the PURPLE AND 
WHITE in 1976 and was admitted into the 
Honors Program the same year. A Dean's 
Scholar every semester graduating magna 
cum laude, Barry received the Eta Sigma 
Phi Award his first and second year. He 
was also awarded a scholarship to the 
British Studies at Oxford in 1976. A mem- 
ber of Eta Sigma, Eta Sigma Phi, and Phi 
Sigma Eta, Barry was a Teaching Assistant 
in Latin and a Student Assistant in the 
Registrar's Office. 






A sociology major, Gail Elaine 
Doss was the Sociology Departmen- 
tal Assistant and received the Junior 
Sociology Award. She received the 
C. Wrighl Mills Award, a scholar- 
ship lo the British Studies at Oxford 
in 1976, and a scholarship to the 
University of North Carolina at 
Chapel Hill. Gail served on the 
Planning Committee for Wald's 
Symposium and Ihe Christmas In- 
volvement Committee. Active in In- 
tramurals, she was part of Ihe Mill- 
saps Players and the Aldo Leopold 
Society. Holding the Vice-President 
offices of Schiller Gesellschafl and 
the English Club, Gail was also a 
member of Sigma Lambda, Eta 
Sigma, Deutsche Verein, and Ihe 
National Organization for Women. 
Gail graduated niogno cum (aode. 



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Chosen Model Pledge and Secretary of 
Kappa Delta Sorority, Nancy Williams 
Lang was chosen as a Kappa Sigma Little 
Sister and served as Co-Chairman of the 
Summer Panhellenic Ice Cream Parties. As 
a sociology major, she received the junior 
Sociology Award. Nancy was a Sociology 
Departmental Assistant, Millsaps' Repre- 
sentative to the Sociology Career Day 
Conference, and an Intern at the Jackson/ 
Hinds County Youth Court. She studied 
during her Appalachian Semester with a 
legal aid firm. As an Assistant Girl Scout 
Leader, Nancy is a member of other groups 
such as the Coalition for Carter, the Amer- 
ican Civil Liberties Union, and The South- 
ern Poverty Land Center. Public Citizen. A 
Dean's List Scholar, she was on the Home- 
coming Court, a cheerleader, and an Ori- 
entation Counselor. Nancy was a member 
of Sigma Lambda, Omicron Delta Kapr'a, 
the Majorette Club, and the Sander's Food 
Club Serving as Culture and Arts Editor 
for the PURPLE AND WHITE, Nancy was 
also a worker on the BOBASHELA Staff 
and a member of the College Senate. She 
was nominated for the Academic Council, 
behavioral science division, as student 
representative. Nancy served on the Chap- 
lain's Committee for two years, the Finan- 
cial Affairs Committee, the Supper Lecture 
Series Committee, the Twentieth Century 
Symposium as Recorder, and the Food 
C;lub Committee. She graduated cum 
Ifiude. 



James Steven Jenkins received the 
Freshman Mathematics Award (1973-4), 
the Computer Science Award (1975-B), 
the Mathematics Major's Award (1977). 
and the Theta Nu Sigma Organiza- 
tional Award (1977). He was lapped 
into the honoraries Omicron Delta 
Kappa. Theta Nu Sigma, and Eta 
Sigma. As a member of the Millsaps 
Troubadours, Steve played bass three 
years and was Equipment Manager. He 
also played bass with the |ackson Sym- 
phony Orchestra for three years and 
with St. Andrews Cathedral Chamber 
Society for five years. Steve was Schol- 
<irship Chairman and Rush Film Chair- 
man for Kappa Alpha Order and Senior 
Lab Assistant and Systems Assistant 
for the Millsaps Computing Center. 
Steve served on the College Senate Li- 
brary Committee for two years, the 
SEE Social Activities Committee, and 
the Campus Radio Committee. Steve 
graduated cum (nude. 












A four year football letterman and voted by his 
teammates as the Most Valuable Player of the 
year, Charles Rickie Haygood was named to the 
Kodak College Division III, All-American Team. 
His junior year he was the leading quarterback in 
the nation in the NCAA Division III, in addition 
to being ranked as the fourth best passer in Divi- 
sion III. Not only did Rickie excell in football, but 
he was a four year letterman in baseball. As the 
best all around player in batting and fielding, 
Rickie showed his agility by playing short stop, 
second base, and outfield. As an active partici- 
pant in Intramurals, Rickie was a creditable ten- 
nis player and was outstanding in basketball and 
volU^yball. 

Rickie was a member of the Intramural Sports 
Council for several years and was an active 
member of Kappa Alpha Order. He was a Physi- 
cal Education Departmental Assistant. Being a 
Dean's List graduate. Rickie received a Graduate 
Assislantship to the University of North Carolina 
at Chapel Hill, working towards a degree in Rec- 
reation Leadership. 



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A DiMii's Lisl E[iglish Mii|()i'. Ficiiiccs Lnvclli' was a nicm- 
liCT of the English Clul), Ihr STYLUS Staff, ami an I'xccii- 
livi^ member of Itie Crealivi' Writing Club. She was an offi- 
a^r in Zcta Tau Alptia and represented her sorority in 
liinior Panhellenii: in 1974. Interested in acting, l-'rances 
was a pari of the Millsaps PlayiM's and received the |nnior 
Acting Award in 1971). Working as Assistant l5ir(H:tor ol 
"Ben Franklin in Paris." Frances was also Best Supporting 
Actress in "The Lady Is Not for Burning." A Bacol Resident 
Assistant for two years, she was a member of Aljiha Psi 
Omega. Deutsche Verein. the Supper Club, the Mississip[)i 
Lung Association, and the; Mississippi Annual Rescue 
League. Frances participated in Intr.imurals and was a vol- 
unteer at the Methodist C^hildren's Home. Frances gradu- 
ated magna cum laude. 




Reigning as Millsap's first Queen 
Elizabeth at the Elizabethan Festival in 
197B. Elizabeth |o McKinnon was also 
the Co-Chairman Orientation Coor- 
dinator. A member of the College Sen- 
ate. Betty served on the President's 
Food Service Committee, the Who's 
Who Committee, the Energy Con- 
servation Committ(^e. and the BOBA- 
SHELA Staff. She was Pledge Trainer 
lUid Vice-President of the Chi Omega 
Fraternity and was chosen its Out- 
standing junior Member. Representing 
Chi O. Betty participated in Intra- 
niurals and was a volunteer at the 
Cerebral Palsy School. Betty was a 
member of the Millsaps Singers, the 
Girl's Ensemble, the Majorette Club, 
and the Aide Leopold Society. She was 
also a member of Beta Beta Beta and 
Sigma Lambda. 



Tapped into the honoraries Omicron 
Delta Kappa, Alpha Psi Omega, and 
Eta Sigma Phi. |ames Minor Matheny 
also was President of Eta Sigma. As an 
English major, he was Vice-President 
of the English Club, and English De- 
partment Assistant, and the recipient of 
the Clark Essay Award. |im was a 
member of the Berean Ff^llowship and 
the Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship. 
An Orientation Counselor for two 
years, he was part of the Millsaps Play- 
ers, and the Millsaps Singers during 
which he served on th(! Choir Council, 
jim was Lambda Chi Alpha's Ritualist 
and Editor. He graduated magna cum 
laude. 




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As Business Manager of the PURPLE AND WHITE, Mary Elizabeth Megehee also worked 
on the BOBASHELA Staff three years and was Editor in 1976. She was a Dean's List Scholar 
and a member of Omieron Delta Kappa antl Sigma Lambda. Maribeth served as Vice-Presi- 
df.nl of Circle K and as social Chairman of Chi Omega Fraternity. She was Secretary of her 
Chi O pledge class. Maribeth was cast in the Millsaps Players' "Sound of Music. " and she 
also was a Freshman Orientation Counselor. Maribeth did volunteer work at the Cerebral 
Palsy School and for the Cancer Crusade. She aided Mrs. Heber Simmons with research on 
a book about Mississippi. A member of the Small Business Institute, Maribeth received a 
Nonservice Fellowship to thi- University of Mississippi Graduate School of Business. Mari- 
biUh graduated cum laude. 

Serving IFC as President and Vice-President. |ohn Bryan Miller was also Grand Scribe 
and President of Kappa Sigma. He received the Scholarship/Leadership Award for Kappa 
Sigma and organizeil the Kappa Sigma Blood Fund Drive. Bryan also organized the Heart 
Fund Drive and the Special Olympics for the Handicapped. In addition to being the Soph- 
omore Class President, he was a member of the Chaplain's Committee, the Who's Who 
Committee, the judicial Rules Committee, and the Orientation Council. Intellectual as well 
as athletic. Bryan was a Dean's List Scholar with a Diamond Merit Scholarship and also 
active in varsity Basketball and Soccer. 

Douglas Marchand Minor. Millsaps' Master Major, was active in his fraternity. Pi Kappa 
Alpha, serving as President. Vice-President, and Membership Education Coordinator. 
Named "Pike of the Month" by the National Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity, chosen as Model 
Pledge and Outstanding [unior of Pi Kappa Alpha, Doug was also the President of IFC. He 
organized the Pike Bike Race for MDA, the (Christmas Party and the Easter Egg Hunt for the 
Magnolia Speech School. Active in Intramurals, Doug was Sports Editor of thi' PURPLE 
AND WHITE and BOBASHELA, Sports Information Director, and A.ssistant Editor of the 
PURPLE AND WHITE. A member of the Golf Team, he was named Golfer of the Year in 
1977. Doug was a Dorm Assistant, a Dorm Senator, the Vice-Chairman of the Colli'ge Senate, 
and a member of the [udicial Council. Recipient of a Diamond Merit Scholarship. Doug was 
a Dean's List Scholar and was recently tappeil into Omicron Delta Kappa. 




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An English miijor graduating nuignn cum /nude, William Russell Presson was a member of 
the English Club and an English Deparlmenlal Assistant. On the Dean's List every semester, 
he was Circle K President, a memb(!r of Omicron Delta Kappa and Eta Sigma, and an Orien- 
tation Counscdor. Bill was President, Fraternity Educator, House Manager, and IPC Repre- 
sentative for Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity Active in Intramurals and the Millsaps Players, 
he worked for the BOBASHELA as Business Manager in ig?,!-?!) <ind on the Business Staff in 
1973-75. Bill will enter the University of Texas School of Law. 




Tapped into several science honoraries, 
Scott Thomas Shows was eliH;ted Vice-Presi- 
dent and President of Beta Beta Beta. Secre- 
tary and President of Theta Nu Sigma, Chap- 
ter Delegate of Alpha Epsilon Delta, and was 
a member of C;hi C^hi Chi. He served on the 
Student Government Food Committee and 
was a member of the Millsaps Singers. A 
Dean's List Scholar, Scott was the recipient of 
the Marion L. Smith Scholarship. 




Gloria Steinwinder served Kappa Delia Sorority as Edi- 
tor, Rush Chairman, Historian, and House C^hairman. She 
was Vice-President of her pledge cl.iss and played for KD 
in Intramurals. Interested in student government, Gloria, in 
addition to being SEB Secretary, was a member of the Pub- 
Ucations Committee, the President's Advisory Committee, 
the Senate Publicity Committtee, the Homecoming Com- 
mittee, the Christian Involvement Committee, and the 
Young Republicans. A Dean's List Schohir, she was tapped 
into Omicron Delta Kappa, Kappa Delta Epsilon, and 
Sigma Lambda of which she was Secretary-Treasurer. A 
Student Assistant in the Education Department, Gloria also 
tutored at the Methodist Children's Home, taught swim- 
mmg to the handicapped children, helped in the Special 
Olympics, and participated in the Big Sister Sociology Pro- 
gram. Gloria was a member of the German Club and the 
BOBASHELA Staff. She graduated cum kiude. 



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Gradiiiiting mogna rum laude. Toni Elizabrth Wiilktr was a Dean's List Scholar and rc- 
cipicnl of the Bourgeois Mixlal in 1975. Toni was lapped into Omicron Delia Kappa, Sigma 
Lambda, Ela Sigma, and Kappa Delia Epsilon of whicfi sfie was elecled Treasurer. As Kappa 
Alpha Rose, she was also Greek Goddess and a member of the 1975 Homecoming Court. In 
Chi Omega Toni served as President. Rush Chairman. Panhellenic President, and jr. Pan- 
hellenic her Freshman year. As a Student Assistant for the Education Department, she as- 
sisted Mrs. Mtiadows in teaching the enrichment course "Encouraging Creativity in Chil- 
dren. " Toni was Head Resident for Sander's Hall. 

Recipient of a United Methodist Scholarship Certificate, Olive Margaret Wahrendorff was 
Chairperson of the United Methodist Council on the Young Adult Ministry. In junior college. 
Peg was a member of Phi Theta Kappa, the Social Events Committee, and had minor roles in 
two phiys. During her years at Millsaps, she worked as Assistant Editor of the BOBASHELA 
and served on the Publications Committee. A Dean's List Scholar, Peg was a member of 
Omicron Delta Kappa, Sigma Lambda, Eta Sigma, and she received the junior Sociology 
Award. Chosen Homecoming Queen in 1975, she also belonged to the Majorette Club, In the 
Kappa Delta Sorority, Peg was the Social Service Chairperson, Parliamentarian, and Chap- 
ter Education Chairperson. She graduated magna cum laudc. 

A member of Who's Who Among American junior Colleges, Margaret Rose Wilson was 
Freshman and Sophomore Class President and Class Favorite for two years. In addition to 
serving Phi Theta Kappa as President and Stale Secretary, Margaret was Tri-Campus Stu- 
dent Council Vice-President, Vice-President of Samolhrobe, and a member of the Student 
Council Association of Mississippi, the discipline Committee, and the Hall of Fame. A 
Dean's List and President's List Scholar in junior College, Margaret received the ROTC Mili- 
tary History Award, the Citizenship Award, and a scholarship to an Honors Institute. Here 
a( Millsaps, Margaret served on the Homecoming Committee, the Publications Committee, 
and as Chairperson and Recorder for the judicial Council. A Dean's List Scholar, she re- 
ceived the junior Sociology Award and the Alexander Watkin's Scholarship. Margaret 
played intramural Basketball and Softball and was Time-Keeper during Football. A member 
of the Millsaps Players, Margaret was also active in the Catholic Church. She worked at a 
mission in Satillo. Mexico, was director of "Search" team for the Catholic Diocese of 
Natchez-|ackson. and was a member of the Newman College, a Catholic Organization. Mar- 
garet graduated cum laude. 






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At Mississippi Stiilr Univcrsily |anu's Lucius Wiillurd 
was a mcmlxH- of Ihc Univ(M'.sily Choir, a German Honor- 
ary, and Alpha Epsilon. Hi' served as President of Phi Ela 
Sigma (Freshman Hcmorary) and as an officer in Sigma Al- 
pha Epsilon. A Presidi'nI's List Scholar, |im also was on the 
MSU Social Commillee. After transferring to Millsaps, he 
was elected to the Student Senate, and he became SEB 
First Vice-President. A Dean's List Schol.ir. |im was ,i 
member of Theta Nu Sigma <md the Millsaps Singers. |ini 
attended St, Luke's Methodist Church. 



George Morgan Yeates was the first sophomore music major presented in full 
recital at Millsaps. and also the first collegiate musician to perform as a soloist 
with the Jackson Symphony Orchestra in a regular concert series. In 1976 Mor- 
gan received the Mississippi Young Artist Award and the Mississippi Arts Fes- 
tival Prize. He was Mississippi Collegiate Pianoist and a finalist in the Missis- 
sippi Piano Soloist contest. In 1977 Morgan won the Mississippi Piano Soloist 
contest and also received the Music Department Citation. He was a member of 
the Troubadours and received a Freshman Music Scholarship. A double major 
in music and mathematics. Morgan was a Computing Center Lab Assistant and 
a private tutor for the Mathematics Department. He was the 1977 recipient of 
the Mathematics Major's Award. 

A member of Who's Who Among American Colleges and Universities, Mor- 
gan served on the Millsaps Academic Council and Judicial Council. Recipient 
of the R. Mason Strieker Academic Scholarship, he was a Dean's List Scholar 
seven semesters and graduated cum knide. 





President of the English Club, May Lipe Zehnder re- 
ceived a scholarship to British Studies at Oxford. She 
served on the Financial Committee, the Food Committee, 
and the Social Committee. May Lipe was Publicity Chair- 
man for the Student Senate and Historian for Sigma 
L.imbda. Recipient of the Marion L. Smith Scholarship, she 
was a Heritage and History Departmental Assistant. May 
Lipe was a member of the Millsaps Singers, the Millsaps 
Players, and the Majorette Club. She served the Chi Omega 
Fraternity as Activities Chairman. May Lipe has worked 
for two Governor Campaigns. She grailuali'd from Millsaps 
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'DARK OF THE MOON' 



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Conjur Man 
Dark Witch 
Fair Witch 
Conjur Woman 
Hank Gudger 
Miss Metcalf 
Mr. lenkins 
Edna Summey 
Mrs. Summey 
Mr. Summey 
Mr. Atkins 
Uncle SmeUcue 
Floyd Allen 
Ella Bergen 
Mr. Bergen 
Mrs. Bergen 
Burt Dinwiddy 
Miss Leafy 
Greeny Gorman 
Square Dance Caller 
Pianist 

Harmonica Player 
Hattie Heffner 
Marvin Hudgins 
Barbara Allen 
Mrs. Allen 
Mr. Allen 
Preacher Haggler 
Villagers 



liihn Doniinick 

James Thrasher 

Candace Hall 

Clara Ann Home 

Diane Wiltshire 

Alan Hunter 

Norma Gardner 

John Woosley 

Margaret Wilson 

Melissa Matthews 

Clay Rouse 

Frank Burton 

jim Ranager 

Ward Ripley 

Sue Stuart 

Peter Lukidis 

Lisa Lowe 

Billy Stevenson 

Mary Hamrick 

Lisa Clark 

Ralph Nieder-Westermann 

Brenda Ware 

Brad Carter 

Cathy Hamrick 

Gary De Bruin 

Peggy Potter 

Kim Stanfield 

Lee Rogers 

Michael Forester 

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"THE DAY AFTER 
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Li'lly Harnham 


Frances L.ivelle 


Arltiiir Harnham 


Sandlin Scolt 


Edilh Harnham 


Diane Wiltshire 


Sarah 


Jackie Pearson 


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Peggy Potter 


Charles Bradford 


|ohn Dominick 


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Doug Park 




Ann Roscopf 




Kim Stanfield 




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Lackey 

Lackey 

Thomas 

Fag 

Lucy 

Lydia Languish 

|uHa Melville 

Mrs. Malaprop 

Sir Anthony Absolute 

Captain )ack Absolute 

Faulkland 

Bob Acres 

Sir Lucius O'Trigger 

David 

A Servant to Bob Acres 



Marc Hawkins 

Doug Park 

Ralph Nieder-Weslermann 

James Thrasher 

[an Dickson 

Brenda Ware 

Ann Roscopf 

Wynn Saggus 

Peter Lukidis 

Rob Rice 

Sandlin Scott 

Frank Burton 

Clay Rouse 

|ohn Woosley 

Robert lohnson 




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"ANASTASIA' 



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Sandlin Scott 


Varya 




Sue Stuart 


Pelrovin 


Ralph 


Nieder-Westermann 


Princo Bounine 




Frank Burton 


Sergei 




Edmund Senteno 


Anna 




|an Dickson 


Counsellor Drivinilz 




Peter Lukidis 


Sleigh Driver 




lames Thrasher 


Charwoman 




Cynthia Webher 


Dr. Serensky 




Alan Hunter 


Dowager Empress 




Diane Wiltshire 


Baroness Livenhaum 




Frances Lavelle 


Prince Paul 




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FOOTBALL 



The Millsaps College Majors, coached by Harper 
Davis and Tommy Ranager, terminated the regular sea- 
son of 1976 with an impressive 7-2 record following a 
decisive 35-3 victory over Culver-Stockton College and 
closely missed an opportunity to compete in the play- 
offs of Division Three football in the NCAA. 

Coach Davis now has nine consecutive winning sea- 
sons under his belt for his thirteen-year-reign as head 
director of the Majors. 

Senior quarterback Rickie Haygood, who was voted 
the team's Most Valuable Player, was also nationally 
ranked as the fourth best passer in Division Three. He 
connected on 135 of 269 tries for 1974 yards and 15 
touchdowns during the season. 

Dees Hinton, the senior wingback who was Hay- 
good's primary receiver the entire year, closed the sea- 
son as the third best receiver in the NCAA Division 
Three. Hinton earned the Best Offensive Back Award 
as he caught 54 aerials for 886 yards and six 
touchdowns. 

The Majors were led by senior tailback Ted Ruemke 
on the ground, who totaled eight touchdowns for the 
year. As the leading ground gainer, Ruemke rushed for 
662 yards on 176 carries. 

The staunch Millsaps defense, tutored by Coach 
Ranager, played a vital role in the Purple and White's 
fine grid season. Selected as the Best Defensive Back, 
senior Bob King ended his career with six aerial steals. 
Defensively, sophomore safety Trex Morris led the 
squad with seven interceptions. 

Senior defensive end Steve McAlilly was chosen as 
the Most Outstanding Senior Collegiate football player 
representing Millsaps College. 

In the tackling category, senior Ronnie Jurney com- 
piled 65 tackles and 35 assists from the linebacker spot, 
and was voted Most Outstanding Lineman. 

Other awards went to defensive tackle Wayne Wat- 
son and offensive lineman Gary Garrett. Watson made 
53 tackles and 23 assists and was voted Best Defensive 
Lineman. Garrett, a senior tackle and experienced 
blocker, received the Best Offensive Lineman Award. 

The Majors lost the assistance of senior defensive ro- 
ver Dan Richards midway through the season due to a 
head injury, and senior offensive lineman Paul Walker 
who broke his arm early in the year. 







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First row: Timmy Ratchford, Leslie Mims, Rem McNeaiy, Robin Whatley, David Carroll, Robin Rice, Monie 

Simpkins, Carol Burrus 
Second row: Pat Davis, Archie Lamb, Dees Hinton, Dexter Cantelou, Bill Lancaster. Bryan Stacy, Ken Gran- 
berry, Bob King, Don Hinton, Tim Dulaney, Rob Rice, Jerry Hazlip 
Third row: John Cox, Rickie Haygood, Ted Ruemke, David Handshoe, Trex Morris, David Culpepper, Gary 

Dunn, Harold Weaver, Perry Wallace, Robert Wright, Mark Vesser 
Fourth row: Coach Harper Davis, James O'Fallon, Greg Nieberg, Chris Christmas, Orman Knox, Bo Wroten, 
Ronnie Jurney, Bert Wilkins, David Powers, Roy Lindsay, Charles Baldwin, Coach Tommy 
Ranager 
Fifth row: Ed Senteno, Mike Harrison, Rick Grisham, Paul Walker, Raymond Carmeans, Wayne Watkins, 
Mark Ikner, Bill McAlilly, Steve McAlilly, Dan Richards. Gary Garrett, Pat Kirby 



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The Millsaps round bailers terminated their 1976-77 
season with a 6-15 win-loss record under coach Bob 
Booth. 

Senior Ricky Casey and junior Dennis Prowell 
sparked the Majors in the final contests as they won 
three of four in the stretch. Casey paced the Purple and 
White with a 15.85 scoring average from his guard po- 
sition, and shot 46% from the floor. 

Prowell, a junior college transfer, ended his initial 
term under Booth with a 14.0 point average per game, 
while shooting 48% from the field. The jumping for- 
ward also led Millsaps with 192 rebounds for 20 con- 
tests, averaging 9.6 rebounds per game. 

J.B. Byrd, another junior college transfer, maintained 
a 13.7 game average until he suffered an ankle injury 
late in the year. Byrd shot 43% from the floor and an 
impressive 81% from the charity line. 

Dave Hardin and Jayson Norris rounded out the 
starting five with an 11-point game shooting average, 
and a 76 and an 80 per cent free throw shooting aver- 
age respectively. 

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The Millsaps College Baseball Squad ended the 1977 
spring season with a total of eight wins against 12 
defeats. 

Seven of the eight losses that the Majors suffered 
were by a lone run. Coached by Tommy Ranager, the 
baseballers maintained an 8-4 record among NCAA Di- 
vision III teams during the year. 

The Majors diamonders voted Archie Lamb as their 
Most Valuable Player, as he played in three different 
positions on the diamond; second base, pitcher, and 
catcher, and led the team with three homers and 17 
runs scored. 

Receiving the Best Defensive Player Award, Greg 
Nieberg made just five errors on the field during the 
season: while John Cox took the Academic Award. 

Rickie Haywood paced the Purple and White with a 
.333 batting average and led the crew with 23 hits and 
15 RBI's. 

Seniors who graduated from the team are: Haygood, 
Lamb, Mike Harrison, Ken Grandberry, and Ricky 
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Coach Jim Montgomery's Millsaps netters concluded another fine season 
with an outstanding 26-12 record and once again earned a berth in the 
NCAA Division III Tennis Championship, which Millsaps hosted. 

Mike Bourland, the Most Valuable Player on the team, compiled a 21-11 
tlual match record in his number one position. 

The permanent team captain for the 1976-77 season was Mike Woods, 
who endt^d his tennis career for Millsaps with a 23-13 record. 

Joey Langston was voted as the squad's Most Improved Player as he fin- 
ished with 22 wins versus 15 defeats. Randall Boyd chalked up the best dual 
match record of 25-8, while teammate Hugh White followed at 23-9. 

Senior Ken Hall Harnett maintained a 17-8 win-loss record, and Monie 
Simpkins held a 10-10 match record for the Majors. 







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GOLF 



The 1977 Millsaps linksters had their third consecutive winning season this year as they terminated the 
schedule with a 6 and 4 record. 

Graduating seniors Doug Minor and Philip Maples were invited to represent the Majors' Golf Team in the 
third annual NCAA Division III Golf Championship. Minor, who received the Golfer of the Year Award, was 
selected on the basis of his 74.8 stroke average, while Maples was chosen for his 75.6 average per round. 

Juniors Charlie Frye, Les Cunningham, and Lance Wyble made up the remainder of the group which was 
coached by Mary Ann Edge. 

Frye maintained a 79.1 average, followed by Cunningham with an average of 82 strokes per round, and 
Wyble held an 84 average for the season. 



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Sullivan— Harrell Intramural Team 

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ORGANIZATIONS 



STUDENT SENATE 




Student Executive Board 



Senators 



Monie Simpkins, President 

Alan Hunter, First Vice-President 

Marion Wofford, Second Vice-President 

Cristi Roberson, Treasurer 

Susan Tsimortos, Secretary 

The Student Senate at Millsaps serves over the non- 
academic areas of the college that are the responsi- 
bility of students. This organization is the spokesman 
for the student body on all matters concerning 
students. 



Cindy Crowe 
Doug Demmons 
Bobby Graham 
Mike Holloway 
Trey Jones 
Mary Martin 
Daryl Plunk 
Vonda Reeves 
Debbie Salvant 
Laura Sherrod 
Lawrence Stevens 
Michelle Tate 
Marie Waller 
Mike Workman 
John Woosley 
Collier Graham 



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The College Senate has the purpose of giving effec- 
tive, responsive and responsible governance to the en- 
tire Millsaps community. The three college con- 
stituencies— atiminislration, faculty, and student— all 
come together to delegate authority and review deci- 
sions of the College Senate which affect the life of the 
entire college. 



COLLEGE SENATE 




First Row: Paul D. Hardin, Dr. Frank Laney, Dr. Hilliard Saunders, Billy Bufkin, Dr. Jonathan Sweat, Howard 

Bavender, Dr. Russell Levanway 

Second Row: Doug Minor, Cindy Bourgeois, Susan Tsimortos, Pat Dickens, Monie Simpkins, Dr. Samuel 

Knox, Dr. Robert Shive, Frank Young 

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JUDICIAL COUNCIL 



Denise Bershon 

Mack Cheney 

Renita Cotton 

David Ettman 

Michael Mansour 

Gary Meek 

Cherese Ward 

Cindy Wilson 

Margaret Wilson, Chairperson 




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Celeste Dniffen, Editor 




STYLUS 




Mary Martin, Assistant Edilcir 



Frances Lavelle 
Reilly Morse 
Ben Fewel 



Not Pictured: 
Doug Demmons 



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PURPLE AND WHITE 




Frank Ynung. Editor 



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Susie Baker, Assistant Editor Maribeth Megehee, Business Manager 




Timmy Ratchford 
David Bowling 
Ann Rnscopf 
Mary Martin 
Anna Furr 
Beth Clark 
|errv Shivers 
Holiy Gilbert 



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BOBASHELA 






Brisler Shipley. Assistant Editor 



Sara Evans, Editor 



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Kate Bradley, Mary Martin, Helen McCormick, M.iribclh Mrgehee Leland and Barbara Smith, Co-busini'ss Managers 




Pholognipher.s: 
David Bnindon 
Fr.ink Ydung 
Ted Ruemke 



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MILLSAPS SINGERS 




It has been a busy year for the Millsaps Singers. We have participated in five major 
concerts— "The Messiah," "Elijah," "Beethoven's Ninth,"— to name a few. Many members 
of the choir participated in the world premier of Opera South's "Jubilee." Numerous 
Methodist churches throughout the state have enjoyed our Sunday night concerts— we, in 
turn, enjoyed pot luck suppers and— ugh— bus trips! Perhaps the most notable achieve- 
ment of the Singers this year was the world premier presentation of the "Easter Laud- 
ate," a cantata by Alva Henderson and Janet Lewis. 

It has been a good year, and the group can not help but be a close one for we spend 
five hours a week together, in addition to extra rehearsals and performances. However, 
the things we will remember most as the Singers are the little things . . . 

Mr. "B" . . . concerts . . . bus rides . . . practice, practice, practice . . . PITCH . . . Mother's 
Club . . . Sweet art ... "We love you, Leland" . . . parties . . . tlie Jackson Symphony . . . 
"EHjah" . . . blue dresses . . . quartets . . . one and-a two and-a . . . Dalvitt . . . home, sweet 
home . . . sectionals . . . give us the right note, Bev . . . the baton . . . posture, please! . . . 
humph . . . conflicts: football practice, tests, Friday Forum, and other unimportant things . . . 
choir committee . . . Rob's opinion . . . Vicksburg . . . Frank and his ten minute pictures . . . 
Matheny's entertainment . . . sore throats . . . risers . . . pot luck suppers . . . S.O.C.— red lips 
and pony tails . . . Ma Price . . . happy birthday . . . lunch at "Everybody's" . . . and a real 
fellowship. 




First Row: Donna Doorrnbas. Sherry Pearson, Beth Conner, Bhiir Chism, Rebecca Brent Gaby, Gail Stanton, 

Carla [enkins, Christina Morris 
Second Row: Ann Kenneth, Bhinche WiUiams, [anice Mitchell, Theresa Prescott. Kathy Byler, Lisa Lowe, Toni 

McMillan, Cristi Roberson, Lucy Burrus, Kim Myrick, Ann Abies 
Third Row: Beverly Clement, Linda Gray, Bill Leech, |uii Malheny, |oel Yoiingblood, Frank Burton. Mike 
McDonald, Bill Rigby, Mike Gaby, Ralph Nieder-Westermann, Rob Rice, fanel Hall, Sally Faton 
Buys 
Fourth Row: Bob Smith, Bob Ross. Mark Youngblood, jimmy Boone, Bob Lyle, Tad Denson, [ohn Stark, |inimy 
Ray, Jim Ranager, Tommy Rose, Bill Rice, Hugh Clark, |im Clark 



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TROUBADOURS 



A remarkably talented, versatile group of 
young performers, they have amassed 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 art festi- 
vals, carnival balls, civic and church functions) as 
well as in Colorado and Mexico; guest appear- 
ances with lh(! Mcmiphis Symphony Orchestra 
and on television; not to mention the annual 
spring concerts at Millsaps, and numerous other 
special performances. 

Throughout the years the Troubadours have 
continued to di^monstrate their talent, versatality, 
and enthusiasm, thereby fulfilling a traditional 
concept of Troubadours: taking their talents to 
the people. 



First Row: 

Jackie Pearson, piano 

Sherry Pearson 

Bob Smith 

|an Dickson 

Beverly Clement 

Second Row: 

Danny Cooper 

Brad Carter, guitar 

Adren IVlcCoy, drums 

Billy Bryan 

Cheryl Hunt 

Alan Hunter 

Steve Jenkins, bass 




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ALPHA EPSILON 

DELTA 



Alpha Epsilon Delta, the international premedical 
honor society, was organized to encourage students 
taking pn^medical curriculum to strive for excellence 
and to promote interest in the field of medicine. Mem- 
bers are chosen on the basis of leadership, scholarship, 
character, and personality. 




First Row: Martha Hutchison, Krisli Mclntyre, Les Cunningham, Mack Cheney. Danny Carey. Lance Wyble, Tommy Cochran 

Second Row: Morris Parsons, Joel Youngblood, Mark Stanton. Dr. Allen Bishop. Bob Lewis, Stewart Lawrence, Scott Boswell. Frank 

Burton 
Third Row: Dr. Roy Berry, Dr. Eugene Cain 
Not Pictured: Andrew Bishop, Tomas Blackwell. Mark Clay. Cindy Crowe, Alvin Darby, Bobby Graham, Tom Halton, Huel Harris, David 

Hassell, Kent Keberl, Tina Kiefer, Ben Looney, Doug Packer, Bob Ross, Scott Shows, Joy Siegrist, Earl Stewart, Trey 

Thomas, Randy Weimer, Ralph Wells, Nathan Williams 



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Alpha Psi Omega is a national honorary dramatics 
fraternity. Its purpose is to stimulate interest in dra- 
matic activities at Millsaps College. Membership is 
earned through active participation in the Millsaps 
Players. 



ALPHA PSI OMEGA 







Jan Dickson, Diane Wiltshire. Frances Lavelle. Brenda Ware 

Sharon Sanders, Marc Hawkins, Frank Burton, Sandy Scott 

Jimmy Thrasher. Chff Coats, Ralph Neider-Westerman, Clay Rouse, Rob Blount 



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BETA BETA BETA 



Beta Beta Beta is a national honorary for students in 
the biological sciences. The purposes are to stimulate 
sound scholarship, to promote the dissemination of 
scientific truth, and to encourage investigation in the 
life sciences. 



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First Row: Glen Dicl<erson. Cindy Webber, |ohn Watts 

Second Row: Annie Baldwin. |otin Fowler. Cindy Milton, Lynn Brown. Teena Freeman, Roberta Osborn 

Third Row: Bob Lewis. Doug Packer, )im Clark, Les Cunningham, Laura Hanson 

Fourth Row: Sally Suilduth, Mack Cheney, Marion Wofford, Betty McKinnon, Cindy Crowe, |eff Moseley 

Fifth Row: Dr. |ames McKeown, Dr Eric Yensen, Dr. Rondal Bell 

Not Pictured: Scott Boswell, Mark Clay, Huel Harris, Sam McKee, |eff Moseley, Ricky Smith, Nathan Williamson, Steve Wilsey 



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Chi Chi Chi is an honorary recognizing outstanding 
schohirship in the study of chemistry. It imcoiiragi^s 
students having an interest in chemistry to enter grad- 
uate and professional school. Membership is deter- 
mined by schohistic excellence in meeting the require- 
ments for a chemistry degree or for those persons 
whose curriculum involves a great deal of study in the 
field of chemistry. 



CHI CHI CHI 




First Row: Scott Boswcll, Ben Loonry. Trex Morris. Stewart Lawrence. Mack Cheney. Les Cunningham 

Second Row: David Hassell, Danny Carey. Martha Hutchison. Dr. Eugene Cain. Kristi Melntyre. Tommy Cochran. Frank Burton 
Third Row: Earl Stewart. Lance Wyble. Tin.i Kiefer. Dr. Allen Bishop. Mark Stanton, Morris Parsons. Bob Lewis 

Not Pictured: Mark Clay, Alvin Darby. Tom Halton. Huel Harris. Allen Morton, Scott Shows, Darrel Thigpen, Ralph Wells, Rob Wells. 
Nathan Williamson. |im Wofford 



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ETA SIGMA 



Eta Sigma is a national scholastic honorary which 
promotes excellence in scholarship on the campus. 
Members are required to have completed a minimum 
of seventy-five hours. Juniors must have an overall in- 
dex of 3.55 



Margaret Lawrence 

Linda Wells 

Rob Rice 

Diane Bosarge 

Theresa Prescott 

Bill Leech 

Beverly Clement 

Sue Humphrey 

Mark Stanton 

Martha Mouser 

)enni Tenhet 

Peg Wahrendorff 

Gail Doss 

Donna Doorenbos 

Not Pictured 

Charlene Abraham 

Renee Brou 

Barry Cockrell 

David Cook 

lanet Hall 

Robm Randall Hall 

Steve [enkins 

Bob Lewis 

Kristi Mclntyre 

Virginia Lynn Magee 

]im Matheny 

Mike Moss 

Marion Pinson 

Bill Presson 

Mariann Stokes 

Caren Sullivan 

Toni Walker 

Ralph Wells 

Anthony Womack 




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Eta Sigma Phi is the national classical fratcrnily that 
has the dual purposes to recognize outstanding stu- 
dents of Greek and Latin studies and to cultivate an in- 
terest in the art and the literature of Ancient Greece 
and Rome. 



ETA SIGMA PHI 




Timmy Ratctiford, President; Dr. Freis, Faculty Advisor 
Not pictured: Alan Burrow. Barry Cockrell, Angela Dawson, Doug Demmons, Diane Dickey, jean Harkins, Yuvonne Plunkett, David 
Thornton, Elizabeth Wofford, Steve Woosley 



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KAPPA DELTA 
EPSILON 



Kappa Delta Epsilon is an education honorary that 
encourages high professional, intellectual, and per- 
sonal standards and to recognize outstanding contribu- 
tions to education. Membership is chosen through per- 
sonal qualities, worthy educational ideals, and sound 
scholarship. It shall endeavor to maintain a high de- 
gree of professional growth by honoring Achievement 
in educational work. 




Kneeling: Robin Rice, Cindy Rosson. Kathryn Barksdale, Susie Baker, Lindsay Shallcross 

Standing: Cindy Sanders, Toni McMillan, Gail Stanton, Lucy Burrus, Linda Wells, Sherry Pearson 

Not Pictured: Charlene Abraham. Ann Alexander, Cindy Bourgeois, Sally Buys, Steve Byrd, Nancy Carson. Claire Crofford, Debra Deraps, 

Gad Gober, Ken Cranberry, Robin Hall, Dr. Linda Harvey, Rickie Haygood, Cae Ivv! Kevin leffries, [eannie |osey. Bill Leech. 

Adren McCoy, Gloria Steinwinder. Mariann Stokes. Toni Walker. Cynthia Webber, Margaret Williams 



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Alumni Members (active): 

Mr. Zachery Taylor, ]r. 

Carl'l. Bush 

Faculty and Staff: 

Ms. Frances Coker 

President E.M. Collins 

Dr. Sam Knox 

Dr. Frank Laney 

Dr. Ross A. Moore 

D(uin ]. Harvey Saunders 



OMICRON DELTA 
KAPPA 



Omicron Delta Kappa is a national leadership honor- 
ary that strives to recognize those who excel in all 
phases of college life. It is unique among the honor so- 
cieties in that student members are chosen not only for 
scholastic achievement, but also for their leadership 
contributions to the Millsaps community. 




First Row: Toni Walker, Ms. Frances Coker, Maribcth Megehee, Linda Wells. Lucy Burrus. [:),ivid Binirg<'ois. Steve |enkins. Glori.i Stein- 
winder. Margaret Wilson. President E.M. Collins 
Second Row; Dr. Frank Laney, Dr. Sam Knox, Boh Lewis. Billy lack Bass. Bill Leech. Danny Bowling. May Lipe Zehnder. jim Matheny. 

Barry Cockrell, Rob Rice 
Not Pictured: Cindy Crowe, [uliet Dantin,' Donna Doorenbas, Nancy Lang. Bill Presson. Mark Stanton. Peg W.ihrendorff. lim Wofforil 



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PHI ALPHA THETA 



Phi Alpha Theta is the largest of the accredited 
honor societies in the nation; it promotes and encour- 
ages the study of history. It is open to those students 
who have acquired twelve hours in history while 
maintaining a 3.0 average in history as well as a 3.0 
overall average. 







Second Row: Dr. Chiirle.s Sallis, Dr, Frank Lanev 



FirsI Row: Isalirlle Ezell Dominick, Mike McDonald. |anel Hall 
Karen Roemer. Sue Humphrey. Dr, Ros.s Moore. Dr. Bob McElvaine 

Not Pictured: Terri Cowley 



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Schiller Gosellschaft is a German honorary recog- 
nizing outstanding students in the study of German 
and promoting an interest in German culture. Those 
invited for membership must present a research paper 
on some aspect of Germany's contributions to the arts 
of sciences. 



SCHILLER 
GESELLSCHAFT 



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First Row: |ane Cashon, John Stark. Scott Spillman 
Second Row: John Guest, Jo Ann Stokes 



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SIGMA DELTA PI 



Sigma Delta Pi is a Spanish honor society which rec- 
ognizes attainment and scholarship in the study of the 
Spanish language and literature. Its purpose is to 
honor students who have earned several hours in 
Spanish, and who hold a high scholastic average in all 
subjects. 




Billv Bufkiii. t;indv Webber, Mrs. Nellie Hederi, Dr. Milliard Saunders, Renee Brou, Dr. Robert Kahn, Charlotte Correll 



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Sigma Lambda's membership is the highest honur 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. 



SIGMA LAMBDA 




First Row: Dean Jane Corder, May Lipe Zehnder. Mrs. Ross A. Moore. Gloria Steinwinder, Lucy Burrus. [enny Bates 

Second Row: Margaret Wilson, Gail Doss, Linda Wells, Cindy Crowe, Martha Mouser, Theresa Prescott. Peg Wahrendorff, Nancy Lang, 

Maribeth Megehee, Diane Bosarge. )anet Hall 
Third Row: Betty Mckinnon, Annie Baldwin, Sue Humphrey, Marion Wofford, Frances Lavelle, Donna Doorenbas 
Not Pictured: Sally Eaton Buys. Beverly Clement, Ms. Frances Coker, Juliet Dantin, Sandra Johnson. Ruth Lloyd. Adren McCoy. Toni 

Walker 



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THETA NU SIGMA 



Theta Nu Sigma is an honorary that recognizes ex- 
cellence in scholarship and leadership among science 
students and strives to further interest in the sciences. 




First Row: Earl Stewart. Mark Stanton. Scott Spillman. Dr. George Beardsley 
Second Row: Tom Cochran, Steve Jenkins 



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MAJORETTE CLUB 



The Majorette Club is iin hoiidi'iiry recognizing lhos(> 
women who have exhibited active inliM'est anti partici- 
pation in women's intramural sports. A member must 
have participated in at least three sports and have; 
maintaineil a point index of 2.5 lor two semesters. 



First Row: 
Nancy Ij.iiifi 
Carol Muldlcslcad 
l^eg Waliri'ndorff 
Betty McKinnon 
ligs Il<mtin 



Second Row Third Row: 

Leslie Minis Beth Clark 

Charlene Roosenlhal Crist i Rolierson 
Linda Wells Sissy Sights 

Adren McCoy 




CIRCLE K 



KirsI Row: 
Carol Downy 
Brisler Shipley 
|une Johnson 
|,inis Mahry 
Holly Cilberl 
Mary Martin 
Margaret Kaslla 

Second Row: 
|immy Boone 
Tom Parry 
Mary Alice Nye 
Barhara Smith 
Roger Ishee 
D.Ac Uelnck 

Third Row: 
David Ha.ssell 
Leiand Smith 
Billy jack Ba.ss 






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Black III 
Student 
Association 



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Claude Anderson 

Patricia Atl<ins 

Janice Bacon 

Annie Baldwin 

Terri Banks 

Billy jack Bass 

Linda Bennett 

Patricia Began 

Natalie Brookins 

Gladys Bush 

Ferilyn Butler 

■|.B. Byrd 

Henry Clay 

Renita Cotton 

Dielhra Cox 

Bobby Crudrys 

lohnnie Cunimings 

Pam Curry 

Alvin Darby 

Gerald Davis 

Linda Fields 

Sherry Floyd 

Terilyn Flucker 

Sonja Fuqua 

Dwight Gaddis 

Jeffery Garner 

Raymond Gordan 

Eddie Green 

Kenneth Harris 

Cordelia Hayes 

Bettie Hicks 

Eugene Jackson 

Sylvia Jacobs 

Searcy Jamison 

Brenda Jones 

Lauretta Jordan 

Orman Knox 

Valencia Martin 

Verba Moore 

Kieth Moses 

Belinda Nichols 

Michael Patterson 

Dennis Prowell 

Vonda Reeves 

Rennee Rhodeman 

Tommy Rose 

Robert Scott 

Michael Seals 

Terrence Shirley 

Reginald Stanton 

Oteria Starling 

Earl Stewart 

Darrell Thigpin 

Tim Thompson 

Perry Wallace 

Terry Wallace 

Marie Waller 

Cherese Ward 

Debra Williams 

Homer Williams 

Ron Wise 

Honey Womack 

Jerry Yearell 








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Panhellenic association consists of representatives 
from all three sororities. Its function is the administra- 
tion and regulation of the sororities' rush and activi- 
ties. This year Panhellenic, along with IFC, sponsored 
"Greek Week" which successfully involved the entire 
Millsaps community in various festivities. 



PANHELLENIC 



President 
Secretary 
Treasurer 



Shawn Harper 

Carol Burrus 

Charlene Rosenthal 




Holly GilbiTl. Phi Mu: Shano Pittmaii, Kappa Delta; Shawn Harper. Phi Mu: Susan Tsimorlos, Kappa Delta; Charlene Rosenthal, Kappa 

Delia; Carol Burrus, Chi Omega; Michelle Tale. Chi Omega 
Not Pictured; Robin Rice. Chi Omega; Deborah Madden. Phi Mu 



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The Interfraternity Council with officers Frank Ap- 
pleby (President), Rob Rice (Vice President), and Bill 
McAHlly (Secretary-treasurer), introduced an after- 
noon of odd and hilarious activities in what they 
called "Greek Day." 

An innovative idea which had as its objective the 
bringing together of all Millsaps people, the day was 
co-sponsored by panhellenic and turned out to be an 
enjoyable experience for everyone and will likely be- 
come an annual affair. 

IFC has attempted to change its role from a longtime 
lackadaisical organization to one that will benefit and 
promote the Greek system. 



INTERFRATERNITY 
COUNCIL 







jotin Watts, Pi Kappa Alpha; Mark Stanton, Lambda Chi Alpha; Ed Senteno, Lambda Chi Alpha 

Kent Kebert, Pi Kappa Alpha; Martin Baker, Kappa Alpha; Rob Rice, Kappa Alpha; Bill McAlilly, Kappa Sigma 

Tim Kemp, Kappa Sigma; Doug Minor, Pi Kappa Alpha; Jim Watts, Kappa Sigma; Frank Appleby, Kappa Sigma 



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Chi Delta 



of 
Chi Omega 



President 
Vice President 
Secretary 
Treasurer 
Pledgee Trainer 
Personnel Chairman 
Chapter Correspondent 
Freshman Officer 
Rush Chairmen 



Robin Rice 

Beth Clark 

Leah Melichar 

Kate Bradley 

Ruth Lloyd 

Cristi Roberson 

Helen McCormick 

Michelle Tate 

Jeanne Smith 

Cindy Crowe 







"There's a bond in Chi Omega" . . . owls, white carnations, the cardinal and straw . . . "you've got to have friends." candlelights, and Owl 
Man Court (Rob. Bill. Bob. Don. Mark) . . . Millsaps Singers and Players . . . Troubadours . . . scholarship trophy— again and again . . . our 
Fraternity— a symphony of high purpose and helpfulness . . . intramurals: basketball champs, tennis queens. Flautt and "Go Big Chi O. Go!" 
. . . Crescent Court . . . Greek Goddess . . . Queen Elizabeth . . . Homecoming Queen and maids . . . cheerleaders! . . . Bobashela editor . . . 
P&W . . . I.O.L.A.S. . . . Orientation Co-chairman . . , Jackson Symphony Orchestra . . . S.E.B. Treasurer . . . senators . . . Sigma Lambda- 
president . . . ODK— vice president . . . AED . . . BBB— president . . . Eta Sigma . . . KDE— president . . . Theta Nu Sigma . . . Chi Chi Chi ... all 
alike, yet all different— each adds her own special spirit . . . Owl Pals . . . Big Sisters— come find us! . . . Hootie-Hoot . . . GWO (C.B.. you 
were great!) . . . Pledge Slave Sale . . . Owl Man Dance and Serenade . . . Fine Feathered Friends . . . Little Fox . . . Chi O Songfest (yes. you 
have to stand on the front!) . . . cafeteria performance— the first time and the last time! . . . rockin' out a new stereo . . . swinging baskets . . . 
"to be womanly always, discouraged never" . . . CHI OMEGA— tears of sadness and tears of joy and sisters to share them with . . . "and our 
bond will ne'er be broken." 







.Vf- 








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Peggy Austin 
Susio Baker 
Jenny Bates 
Catherine Bowlus 
Kate Bradley 
Betsy Broome 
Laurie Brown 
Carol Burrus 
Lucy Burrus 
Allison Callaway 
Beth Clark 
Cathy Crosby 
Cindy Crowe 
Sara Evans 
Anna Furr 
Rebecca Brent Gaby 
Brooks Gibson 
Linda Gray 
Robin Randall Hall 
Malinda Hamilton 
Amanda Harding 
Clara Ann Home 
Julie Joseph 
Ruth Kellum 
Ruth Lloyd 
Helen McCormick 
Adren McCoy 
Susan McEuen 
Betty McKinnon 
Maribeth Megehee 
Leah Melichar 



May Lipe Zehndor 



M.iriha Nadler 

Karen Nolan 

Elise Norfleet 

Jackie Pearson 

Sherry Pearson 

Merrin Prewitt 

Robin Rice 

Cristi Roberson 

Ann Roscopf 

Cindy Rosson 

Cindy Sanders 

Lindsay Shallcross 

Laura Sherrod 

Cissy Sights 

Barbara Smith 

Jeanne Smith 

Lynn Stone 

Tracey Sweet 

Michelle Tate 

Beth Thomas 

Lydia Thomas 

Terry Toler 

KellyeWade 

Toni Walker 

Carmie Watson 

Linda Wells 

Kathy Weston 

Robin Whatley 

Lynn Woodard 

Maggie Wynn 

Beth Yeager 




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Alpha Mu 

of 

Kappa Alpha 



I 

II 
III 

IV 
V 
VI 
VII 

VIII 
IX 



Peder Johnson 

Cooper Morrison 

Matt Harkey 

James Holland 

Jay labour 

Michael Mansour 

Bruce McKinley 

Bill Richter 

David Hassell 




"In 1865 at Washington and Lee" . . . Hi! How you? . . . na na na Snapper Time . . . Cabana Club . , , Brotherhood rallies . . . Kiss Ass Band 
. . . Who's Who in American |ails and Prisons . . . SEB president (finally) . . . the Off-campus Society for the Preservation of Seniors . . . 
Panama and Pop-a-top . . . Scholarship Trophy . . . how many pins now, Lele? . . . the party of the Rose . . . Crazy Mary ... a dozen carna- 
tions for Cathy . . . The Best of My Love . . . Amy's baby . . . Rose Debbie . . . Eric Gunn Scholarship . . . Peder's plutonic relationships . . . 
way to go, Rickie . . . swamp cowboys . . . queen's quacker . . . KA Dodson . . . nappy-headed boy . . . red-headed chinaman . . . river-boat 
party . . . Bahama Momma . . . the gape— A. OS. . . . Hassole . . . cashier . . . FAT bob . . . Black and White ... a witch? . . . chicken and 
noodle . . . Booze-wah . . . Hudspeth Center children . . . social mannerism . . . gator . . . Kiss Kiss Kiss . . . the hulk . . . double-knit kid ... no 
parking on the white curb . . . walbash cannonball . . . "Bulldog" Bill goes KD? . . . Luau . . . "and all those damned Yankees can simply go 
to Hell ..." 




k-^jatAt»-4^-v''-i* .^; 



Martin Baker 
David Bourgeois 
Danny Bowling 
David Bowling 
Randall Boyd 
Rod Clement 
Kenny David 
David Flautt 
Charlie Frye 
Matt Harkey 
David Hassell 
Kurt Henke 
James Holland 
Roger Ishee 
Jay labour 
Peder Johnson 
Walt Jones 
Archie Lamb 
Joey Langston 
David Lee 
Bill Leech 
Greg Loyd 
Bob Lyle 



Ed Manning 

Michael Mansour 

Bo McEuen 

Bruce McKinley 

Jack Mobly 

Cooper Morrison 

Rob Nichols 

Timmv Ralchford 

Bill Rice 

Rob Rice 

Bill Ricter 

Ward Ripley 

Bob Ross 

Greg Rula 

Jerry Runnels 

Monie Simpkins 

Leland Smith 

Scott Spillman 

Carter Stamm 

Hugh Tedder 

Alex Wallace 

Bert Wilkins 

Frank Young 




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Mu 

of 

Kappa Delta 



President 

Vice President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 

Assistant Treasurer 

Editor 

Membership Chairman 

Rush Chairmen 



Susan Tsimortos 

Cindy Bourgeois 

Cindy Marsalis 

Laura Adkins 

Karen Corban 

Debbie Salvant 

Beverly Clement 

Joy Chastain 

Norma Gardner 




m 



l'///i£ it. I 




"We are Ihe K.ippa Drlta Sisters" . , . activities . . . see.ond semester pleiiges . . . Steve. Ronnie, Bruce?! . . . Rulli!?! . . . K.A. Rose . . . home- 
coming maids . . . Major's Lady . . . ODK . . . Pike Dream Girl Court . . . Sigma Lambda . . . Lamt)da Chi Crescent girls . . . P&W . . . Stylus . . . 
Bobashela . . . Singers and Players . . . Troubs . . . S.E.B. . . . Senate . . . judicial Councd . . . football jocks? . . . "B" league basketball . . . bye 
seniors . . . '77— we'll miss you . . . "We have a song to sing for you"— we sure got the "inspiration" in Songfest . . . "We're linked by ties of 
love and friendship" . . . Mayflower . . . raffles . . . chapter meeting and education . . . candlelights . . . cookouts . . . Emerald Ball . . . Meth- 
odist Children's Home . . . house clean-up?!?! . . . telethon . . . let's have a project! . . . "We pledge ourselves to Kappa Delta" . . . each of us is 
an individual— a paper doll . . . KD binds us together with lots of love, laughter, and A.O.T. 






Laura Adkins 
Cindy Bourgeois 
Lynn Bmmfield 
Sally Eaton Buys 
KathyByler 
Sharon Carter 
Retta Chaffin 
|oy Chastain 
Lisa Clark 
Beverly Clement 
Mary Al Cobb 
Karen Corban 
Gwen Crane 
Emily Crews 
Jacque Cruthirds 
Juliet Dantin 
Debbie Deraps 
Jan Dickson 
Celeste Draffen 
Norma Gardner 
Lynn Gleaton 
Jan Guild 
Cathy Hamrick 
Mary Hamrick 
Lee Herold 
Claudia Hopkins 
Toni Howard 
Cheryl Hunt 
Martha Hutchinson 



Carla Jenkins 

Sandra |ohnson 

Nancy Lang 

Margaret Lawrence 

Lisa Lee 

Lisa Lowe 

Cindy Marsalis 

Mary Martin 

Nancy Martin 

Leslie Mims 

Kalhryn Myrick 

Wilma Parry 

Shane Pitlman 

|oycp Posey 

Peggy Potter 

Theresa Prescott 

Donna Read 

Charlene Rosenthal 

Betsy Ross 

Debbie Salvant 

Sharon Sanders 

Gloria Steinwinder 

Sally Sudduth 

Sue Sunkel 

Susan Tsimortos 

Peg Wahrendorff 

Cindy Wilson 

Diane Wiltshire 

Mary Witten 




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ALPHA UPSILON 

OF 
KAPPA SIGMA 



G.M. 

G.P. 

G.M.C. 

G.T. 

G.S. 

Guards 



Jim Watts 

Frank Appleby 

BillMcAlillly 

Huel Harris 

Ben Looney 

Eddie Milliard 

Tim Dulaney 





Louis Alexander 
Frank Appleby 
Rob Blount 
Scott Boswell 
Brian Browning 
Dexter Cantelou 
Andy Gotten 
Marland Dulaney 
Tim Dulaney 
|ohn Dyer 
Herbie Ellis 
Paul Gamble 
David Handshoe 
Huel Harris 
Eddie Hilliard 
Tim Kemp 
Rich Knox 
Ben Looney 
Bill McAlillv 
Steve McAlilly 
Rem McNealy 
Jerry Mallett 
Bryan Miller 
Trex Morris 
Jack Neely 
David Reilly 
Donald Reilly 
Jay Robertson 
Dwayne Self 
Brian Stacy 
Lawrence Stephens 
John Tannehill 
Trey Thomas 
Jim Watts 






Huel Hams 




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What's the only thing more irrepressible (but more lovable) than a Sig?-A WHOLE GROUP OF SIGS!!! . . . 
wet serenade . . . E.P. . . . 1-2-3 . . . swinging baskets . . . Huel, how 'bout that trip to Merediaii . . . let's camp out 
. . . Bacon . . . bang . . . Everybody's . . . Bro. Buffett . . . Herbacide . . . HOOT HOOT . . . we're innocent this time 
. . . Watts, don't kick the chair . . . "Three Little Fishes" . . . "Pollywooly Doodle" . . . Browning, where's your 
hat . . . KS Kola . . . "at the old house ..."... Mojo . . . Embarrassment Gity . . . Slim, who's that in the shower? 
. . . the chewin' bench . . . yo mama, yo mama . . . c'mon Flynn, only 1S06 cases to go . . . manpower . . . what 
keg? . . . the Mayflower . . . I'm gonna kill that rooster! . . . Who got my water gun? . . . Boz, where's your date? 
. . . Freddie's B's . . . "As A Mighty Oak Stands" . . . Don't worry Stacy— it all comes out in the wash . . . son of 
business . . . "uh, yeah baby, it's Michael . . . NOT THE MEASLES!?! . . . scuse me! . . . Tannehill, not in thi: 
fireplace . . . T.J. . . . B-52's . . . Sado . . . Coonasses: like father, like son . . . senate-bogus or bemus? . . . Which 
ex. Pup? . . . Marland Einstein . . . power play . . . Kemp, how 'bout a game of cardinal puff? . . . Gamble, optm 
your mouth when you talk . . . the eternal keg . . . Now which Barn Dance is it? ... I'm not as think as you 
drunk I am . . . putitalltogetherandwhatthehellyougot?— SIGMA! 







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THETA 

ETA ZETA 

OF 

LAMBDA 
CHI ALPHA 



President 

Vice President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 

Fraternity Educator 

Rush Chairman 

Ritualist 

Scholarship Chairman 

Social Chairman 

Alumni Chairman 



Mark Stanton 

Jim Clark 

Phillip Ball 

Ken Szeto 

John Stark 

James Lowe 

Jimmy Ray 

Frank Burton 

Jeff Delmas 

David Ettman 




LAMBDA CHI ... a sense of pride and strength ... a tradition of hard work (house cleanup, 1 p.m.), hard play 
(we're gonna drink this place dry!), but always having fun . . . Happy Halloween (Bill, where did you get all 
that Spanish Moss?!) . . . Crescent Ball . . . frozen hayrides (again) . . . Purple Passion and Green Slime; Con- 
clave? . . . Helping others (Heart Fund and Cancer Society called, "let's go!") . . . Sunnybrook and the children 
. . . Easter Seals (telephone at 3 a.m.) . . . wise men say . . . (get the tub ready, and watch out for Ma Price's 
roses) . . . combat frisbee, intramurals are still for fun (grrr ...)... Water Tower? What water tower? You used 
whose paint? . . . Schnoz, get the keys and load the machine . . . injun ... Go Sub 330 . . . that awat lead pipe! . . . 
even you guys, Joe Lee and the six foot taco . . . How many P.B.'s does it take to type the minutes? . . . Buzzard 
Boy . . . hey. Max, Michelle called . . . yo' llama! . . . Rastro, Stork, the Rod, even the U still wonders . . . camel 
Jock . . . Bob-Kat . . . Owl Man emeritus . . . last of the Pozos . . . Billy 2 by 4 . . . the real bigby . . . pay yo' bill . . . 
the S.H. bail out and everybody else . . . We're all good brothers, each one of the other's friend . . . Aim high, 
Lambda Chi! 



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Phillip Ball 

Jacques Bell 

Tomas Blackwell 

Billy Bryan 

Frank Burton 

Jim Clark 

Joe Clark 

David Cook 

Max Courtney 

Gary DeBruin 

Jeff Delmas 

David Ettman 

Bob Faulkes 
Ben Fevviel 
Dean Foley 
Richard Fox 
Bobby Graham 
Bob Lewis 
Tom Lindsay 
James Lowe 
David McCord 



Jim Matheny 

Tom Parry 

Ben Polle 

Mike Posey 

Bill Presson 

Jimmy Ray 

Fred Richards 

Bill Rigby 

Ed Senteno 

Mark Simon 

Bob Smith 

Ralph Smith 

Mark Stanton 

|()hn Stark 

Billy Stephens 

Scott Stephens 

Ken Szeto 

Jeff Willers 

Marty Williams 

David Witty 

Mike Workman 



Joel Youngblood 




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EPSILON 

OF 
PHI MU 



President 
Vice President 
Corresponding Secretary 
Recording Secretary 
Treasurer 
Rush Chairmen 

Phi Director 



Deborah Madden 

Martha Mouser 

Corinne Wood 

Charlotte Correll 

Karen Crawford 

Barbara McLemore 

Shawn Harper 

Lindsey Green 





Ann Abies 
Lisa Anderson 
Michelle Antalec 
Nancy Baker 
Anne Brady 
Bridget! Braswell 
Blair Chism 
Suzi Clark 
Lynn Cole 
Charlotte Correll 
Marsha Crandall 
Karen Crawford 
Lisa Fisackerly 
Cathy Flinn 
Robin Fratesi 
Debbie Freeman 
Holly Gilbert 
Lindsey Green 
Cheryl Groves 
Candace Hall 
Shawn Harper 
Lisa Heatherly 
lacy Hill 



June Johnson 

Margaret Kastla 

Deborah Madden 

Melissa Matthews 

Barbara McLemore 

Deedy McCrory 

Martha Mouser 

Kim Myrick 

Mary Alice Nye 

Roberta Osborn 

Paula Painter 

Karen Prishmont 

]o Ann Shanks 

Kim Stanfield 

Sue Stuart 

Pam Turner 

Mary Jo Wechsler 

Leslie Wheeler 

Vicki White 

Elizabeth Wofford 

Corinne Wood 

Becky Wright 

Shaunda Zinnecker 



Phi Mu . . . it's individuals together . . . welcoming new faces . . planning and playing . . . intramurals, Songfest, or a picnic at the lake . . . 
Enchantress Ball and a Houseboat Cruise . . . carolling for the frats and stealin' those hearts ... Pi Kappa Alpha Dream Court . . . Home- 
coming Court . . . candlelights and carnations . . . leading and serving . . . Sigma Lambda and Linguistic honoraries . . . Campaigning for the 
Cancer Society . . . H.O.P.E . . . bringing Easter to children at Bethlehem Center . . . Phi Mu is Players, Singers, and Sisters ... All sharing 
pride in 125 years of Les Soeurs Fideles. 



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151 



ALPHA IOTA 
CHAPTER 

OF 

PI KAPPA 

ALPHA 



President 
Vice President 
Secretary 
Treasurer 



Doug Minor 
John Watts 
Don Bailey 
Mark Ikner 




Tim Alfnrd 
Don Baiiey 
Mark Bailey 
Ken Hall Barnett 
Don Brunell 
David Carroll 
David Collins 
Mark Collins 
Bobby Crews 
Jimmy Crump 
Les Cunningham 
Robert Denson 
Mark Ensminger 
Joel Everett 

Collier Graham 

Rusty Hood 

Mark Ikner 

Kent Kebert 

Steve Laney 

Peter Lukidas 

Phillip Manser 

Doug Minor 

Allen Morton 

Mark Pace 

Fred Pepper 



Doug Packer 

Roy Price 

Trent Riggins 

Jack Ritter 

John Sandefur 

Tom Sikera 

Charlie Smith 

jimmy Smith 

Lance Smith 

Ricky Smith 

Stewart Smith 

John Sneed 

Ricky Spencer 

Jmimy Thrasher 

Paul Walker 

Johnny Ward 

John Watts 

Rob Wells 

Hugh White 

Robert Wilhard 

Jeff Wilson 

John Vest 

Chris Yochim 

Steve Dean 

Richard Edgerlon 



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Renovation! (thanks Ruff) . . . Alumni Relations Award (thanks Eppes) ... 23 is great with me . . . soccer and 
volleyball champs again ... Pi Kappa Alpha Beer Booth . . . the Toilet Roll . . . Karate exhibition . . . Old North 
. . . Santa Sam . . . Magnolia Speech School Christmas and Easter Egg Parties . . . Delta Regional Conference . . . 
Herr Fink . . . "Pike of the month" . . . rock 'n roll jamburee . . . volts . . . stew . . . zinger ... we love you space 
chimp . . . golden legs . . . fish-buddy . . . beetle . . . Greek God Crotch . . . snowball fight in Memphis . . . Donna 
and Rat . . . little guy . . . Cotton Ball . . . Dream Girl . . . Casino Night . . . three Master Majors in a row . . . 
Intramural Trophy again . . . first Paul D. Hardin Award . . . Pike Bike Race . . . Look Out! Smythe and Harvey 
T. Newell Awards! 





Donna Doorenbas— Dream Girl 



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STUDENTS 



The one shrine at which all of us seem to worship today is Change. 
We had better, or fall upon our own swords of resistance. 





Jimmy Thrasher (sr.] 



Ralph Wells 




Martha Hutchinson (jr.). Cindy Crowe (jr.) 




Bill Little (fr.). C.A. Dodson (jr.) 
Jenny Tenhet (sr), Lynn Roberts (sr.) 



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Beverly Clement (jr.), Sherry Pearson (sr.). Billy Bryan (soph), Alan Hunter (soph), Brad Carter (sr.) 




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Kellye Wade (fr.), Betty McKinnon (sr.) Jeanette )osey (fr.) 



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Danny Cooper (soph.), Kenny Davis (soph.) |ini Wofford (sr.) 




Tom Jordan (sr.) 



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Robert Fagan (soph.) 



Pham-Van Nhuong (soph.) 












Fred Pepper (fr.), Lisa Heatherly (fr.), Collier Graham (fr.), Amanda Beard (fr.J 





Dwayne Self (jr.), Huel Harris (sr.), Bryan Miller (sr.), Steve McAlilly (sr.). Andy Cotton (sr.) [ohnnie Cummings (sr.) 



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The issue before us today is 
not the fact of change but how 
much of it we can handle. 



Alan Hunter (soph.) 




Carla Jenkins (fr.) 

Debbie Salvant (jr.) 

Donna Read (fr.) 

Beverly Clement (jr.) 

Diane Wiltshire (sr.) 

Barbara Smith (sr.) 

Martin Baker (fr.) 

Bruce McKinley (jr.) 

David Bourgeois (jr.) 

Cindy Bourgeois (soph.) 




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)im Wofford (sr.) 



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Nancy Spencer (jr.) 
Kent Kebert (soph.) 
Lisa Lowe (soph.) 
Rusty Williard (|r.) 
Donna Doorenbas (jr ) 
Clay Rouse (soph.) 
|ennie Parsons (soph.) 



Kathy Byler and Daddy 



Cristi Roberson (soph.) 










Doug Levanway (sr.). Danny Bowling (sr.) David Lee (fr.) 






Rennee Rhodeman (fr.) David Bowling (fr.). Ann Roscoph (fr.) 





Mark Simon (soph.) Jeanne Smith (soph.), Cristi Roberson (soph.), Bill Leech (jr.). Cissy Sights (soph.) 



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Charlie Waters (jr,), Laurie Brown (sr ). Marlha Hutchison (jr.), Bob Ross (soph.), |ohn Dyer (soph.), Alan Burrow (jr.), Kristi Mclntyre (jr.) 
Peder Johnson (soph.) 



Linda Wells (sr), Rob Rice (jr.) 





May Lipe Zehnder (sr.) 





Sara Evans (soph.), Linda Gray (fr.) 



Alan Lagarde (fr). Andy Lagarde (soph.) 




In the midst of all the changes 
we must find the unchanging: 
In the obsolescence there must 
be the durable; in the tempo- 
rary there must be the 
permanent. 



|erry Shivers (sr.), Bruce Fairburn (sr.) 



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Marsha Crandall (fr.), Alison Callaway (fr.), Vickie White (fr.), Beth Yeager (fr.), Kathy Weston (fr.) 



Bruce McKinley (jr.), Debbie Salvant (jr.) 








Michael Mansour (soph.). Kenny Davis (soph.) 





Roberta Osborn (jrl. Martha Mouscr (jr.) Brenda W.irc (sciph.), Miki^ Harrison (sr] 





lanice Mabry (soph.), Joyce Posey (soph.) Deniac Bershon (fr.), Hugh Tedder (jr.) 



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George Slay (soph.) Bill McAlilly (jr.) and buddies 











Robert Gillon (sr), Ben Sydboten (fr.) 



Vonda Reeves (jr.). Gladys Bush (jr.) 



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Myra Gilmore (fr.), Donna Davis (fr.) 




Doug Packer (jr.) 
Mack Cheney (jr.) 
Wayne Hazlip (sr.) 
Pat Dickins (soph.) 



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What are some of these values that 
abide-values that have stabalized civ- 
ihzation and stood the test of history? 




Teresa Prescott (jr.), Rebecca Brent Gaby (jr.) 





Joel Rea (fr.), Susan Adair (fr.) 



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Les Cunningham (jr ) 



Ruth Lloyd (jr.), Beth Clark (soph.), Kate Bradley (soph.) 



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Marie Waller (jr.). Pam Curry (jr.). Rennee Rhodeman (fr.) 






Bettie Box (jr.) 




Lucy Burrus (sr.), Bob Smith (sr.) Lisa Heatherly (fr.). Elise Norfleet (fr.) 



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Sylvia Jacobs (soph.), Belinda Nichols (soph.) Jim Wofford (sr.) 





Lauretta Jordan (fr.), Gerald Davis (fr.) 



Lisa Healherly (fr.), Ricky Spencer (fr), Elise Norfleet (fr.), Timmy Ratchford (soph.) 
Sherry Jenkins (soph.) 



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Tina Kiefer (soph.), Ritta Russell (soph.), Linda Price (soph.). Lynn Woodard 
(soph.) 



Rickie Haygood (sr.) 



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Lynn Stone (fr.), Laura Sherrod (fr.), Toni Howard (fr.). Pam McCarley (fr.). Lisa Favarh 
(fr.), Kathy Weston (fr.), Retta Chaffin (fr.), Kathryn Myrick (fr.) 



David Faerber (fr.) 



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The first is a faith to launch us. David Boiling (soph.; 




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Ben Clark (soph.) David Brandon (sr.), Mark Bailey (soph.), Les Cunningham (jr.) 



Paul Walker (sr.), )ohn Woosley (soph.), C.A. Dodson (jr.), Gloria Walker (soph.). Donna 
Doorenbas (jr.), |ohnny Hawkins (soph.), Nancy Spencer (jr.), Lisa Lowe (soph.), Rusty Will- 
iard (jr.) 



Susan Thames (soph.), Jennie Parsons (soph.) 











lack Mobley (fr.). Danny Cooper (soph.), Ann Roscopf (fr.), Clown 





Cooper Morrison (jr.) David Witty (soph.), Charlene Rosenthal (soph.) 



175 



Morgan Yeates (sr.) 



David McAdams (soph.), Nancy Powell (sr.) 




Cindy Crowe (jr.), Amanda Har- 
ding (fr.), Carmie Watson (soph.) 




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Amy Kebert (soph.). Mike Harlung (sr.) 




^ Candace Hall (fr.) 



Scott Raff (jr.) Martha deHombrp (fr.) 









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Carol Pape (fr.), Lance Smith (fr] 




Sonja Fuqua (fr), Oteria Starling (fr.), Terilyn Fluker (jr.) 



Trent Riggins (fr.), Margaret Wilson (sr ) Don Hinton (sr.) 









Jack Mobley (fr.), Danny Cooper (soph.). Bill Lancaster (soph), Greg Loyd (soph), Rob Nichols (sr.) 



178 




Catherine Bowlus (fr.), Kim Stanfield (fr.) 




Second, boundaries to secure us. 



John Allen (fr.) Mike Harrison (sr.) 




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Robert Scolt (jr.) Carol Pape (fr ). Don Bradshaw (jr ), Cheryl Groves (fr.), lim Garrard [jr.; 



David Lee (fr), Roger Ishee (fr), Dale Heetnck (fr.), Guy Roberl.s (fr.) 




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David Brandon (sr.) 




Savilla Bynum (fr), |ohn May (fr) Mikr Urban (soph.) 




"The Kitchen Club" 

Toni Walker (sr). Michelle Antalec (sr). Diane Bosarge (sr). Maribeth Megehee (sr.). Cae Ivy (sr.), Suzie Baker (sr.) 
Robin Whatley (sr). Lindsay Shallcross (sr.), Brister Shipley (jr.) 









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Bill Montgomery (sr ), Trey Jones (sr), Mark Frasier (sr.), Cindy Wilson (jr.), Betsy Goldman (sr.). Matt Harkey (soph.), Leland Smith (soph.), 
David Hassell (soph.) vj;j v; j k t- i 



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Roberta Osborn (jr.) 




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Cindy Marsalis (soph.), David Thornton (soph.] 



Third, habits to discipline us. 




Toni Howard (fr.) 



Chris Yochim (jr.) 





Gail Gober (jr ), Nancy Clarkson (jr ), Leah Mciichar (|r,), Cindy Rosson (jr.), Isabelle Ezell Dominick (jr.), Cindy Sanders (jr.), Sally Law- 
rence (jr.) 




Robin Brinkley (fr). Debbie Freeman (fr.), Claudia Hopkins (fr.), Sue Sunkel (fr), Ann Abies (fr.) 



184 




Jackie Pearson (fr.J 




Renita Cotton (soph.) 




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Sharon Edwards (jr). Daryl Plunck (jr.). Janel Hall (jr.) 



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Rick Grisham (jr.), Bert Wilkins (fr). Trex Morris (soph. 



Alex Wallace (fr.), Lynn Gleaton (fr.), Jeff Wilson (fr.) 




And finally, a joy to fulfill us. 




Greg Loyd (soph). Ann Roscopf (fr). Bill Lancaster (soph.), Randall Boyd (soph), Leslie 
Mims (soph), Bill Leech (jr.), Monie Simpkins (soph ), Brooks Gibson (soph.), Tim Ayers 




Scott Martin (fr.) 




Edwin Walker (jr.), jenny Tenhel (sr). Ruby Bowers (sr.) 




186 



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Greg Nieberg (soph.) 



Betty McKinnon (sr), Jim Clark (jr.), Julie Joseph (fr.), Danny Carey (jr.), Michelle Tate 
(fr.) 




Beth Thomas (soph.), Helen McCormick (soph.), Jan Kynerd (jr.). Norma Gardner (soph.^ 
Jan Guild (jr.) 




Robin Robinson 
Jim Watts (jr.) 
Ben Looney (soph.) 
Rich Knox (soph.) 



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Morris Parsons (jr.). Pamela Gresselt (jr.) 




Rctia Chaflin (fr.) 

Cathy Hamnck (fr.) 

|oy Chaslain (soph.) 

Lisa Lee (fr.) 

Roniiit' lunu'v (sr.) 

P.il Klrtiv sr.) 




188 




Liincc- Smith (fr.), Sus.in T.simorlos 




Liniis Alt'x.imlcr (fr.) 
Lisii Lowe (soph.) 
Trey Thomas (soph.) 



jerry Runnels (jr.). Susan Thames (soph.) Steve McAlilly (sr.), Dwayne Self (jr.) 





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Rod Clement (fr.), Martin Baker (fr.; 




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Paul Walker (sr.) 




Elise Norfleet (fr.), David Flautt (sr), Beth Thomas (soph). Mark Frasier (sr.) 



Celeste Draffen (jr.) 



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Mark Youngblood (sr.) Jim Ranager (jr.). Ken Hippie (jr.). Janet Hall (jr.] 




Margaret Kastia (fr.). Mary Alice Nye (fr.). Peggy Potter (fr.) 




Dees Hinton (sr.) 



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Charlene Abraham (sr.), Richard Grisham (jr.) 



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Gail Stanton (sr), Blanche Williams (sr.) 




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Jimmy Crump (fr.) 



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Bill McAlilly (jr.). Mike Harrison (sr.) Michael Patterson (jr.), Henry Clay (fr.) 



192 




Rickie Haygood (sr 1 





Verba Moore (fr. ) 






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Mike Posey (soph.) Clay Rouse (soph), David Ott (fr.) 



193 



Wp must live in this world of 
change. Who would return to the 
limitations of the past? We must 
rule the changes, however, and 
not be enslaved by them. These 
things endure and serve as the 
stabilizing force for us while the 
new is channeled into the good. 
Faith to launch us, boundaries to 
secure us, good habits to dis- 
cipline us, and joy to fulfill us. 





Pam Turner, Gloria Steinwinder. Suzie Baker, Betty McKinnon, Adren McCoy. Laurie Brown, 
Linda Wells 




Steve Jenkins (sr.] 



Gary G.irrelt (sr.), Ronnie |urney (sr.). Riokie Haygood (sr.), Dees Hinton (sr.). Ken Granberry (sr.), 
Wayne Watson (jr.). Bob King (sr.) 



194 




Lisa Lee (fr.), Jan Guild (jr.), Joy Chastain (soph,), Norma Gardner (soph,; 




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Lynn Stone (fr), Gary Dunn (fr.) 




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Bill Wilburn (sr) 




Maribeth Megehee (sr.) 
Andrea Walker (fr.) 
Betsy Broome (fr) 
Betty McKinnon (sr) 
Ruth Kellum (fr.) 
Brooks Gibson (soph.) 
Suzie Baker (sr.) 
May Lipe Zehnder (sr.) 
Tracey Sweet (soph.) 
Ehse Norfleet (fr.) 
Adren McCoy (sr.) 
Kellye Wade'(fr.) 
Pegg>' Austin (fr.) 
Malinda Hamilton (fr.) 



195 





Danny Bowling (sr.), Mr. Frohnhoefer. David Flautt (sr.] 




Renee Brou. Gail Gober (jr.). Linda Wells, Ann Roscopf (fr.), Jim Matheny, President Collins 



Don Hall (jr.), ]ames Holland (jr.), Martha 
Nadler (soph.) 



196 




Lisa Clark (fr.), Martha Mouser (jr.), Laura Adkins (soph), Charlene Rosenthal (soph. 





Teena Freeman (sr.) Leslie Mims (soph.) 




Bryan Stacy (fr.), Brian 
Browning (soph), Tim 
Kemp (fr.) 



197 



Where do we find these marks of per- 
manence in the impermanent, the change- 
less in the midst of change? 








Carol Downing (jr.), Brister Shipley (jr.) 




Brenda Ware (soph), James Lowe (soph.) 




Orman Knox (fr), Jerry Yearell (soph), Johnnie Cummings (sr.) 



198 




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Bob Smith (sr), Lucy Burnis (sr.) Cooper Morrison (jr.) 





Belsy Alexander (fr.), |oel Youngblood (jr. J 



Frank Young (sr). Mary Martin (soph. 



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Ben Clark (soph.), Sheldon Mahaffey (soph), Bobbie White (soph), Doug Demmons (soph.), Tom Herold (soph.; 



Randall Boyd (soph), Leslie Mims (soph.) 





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Charlotte Correll (soph.). Randy Weimer (soph), Rita Russell (soph.; 





Scott Spillman (jr.) Adren McCoy (sr.), Betty McKinnon (sr ) 







Madhu Sharma (soph ), Martha Nadler 
(soph.), Terry Toler (soph.), Cissy Sights 
(soph.), Jeanne Smith (soph.). Beth Conner 
(soph.) 



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IB. Byrd (jr.) 



Kfilh Walden (sr.) 



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Eddie Greene (jr.) 








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Betsy Ross (fr.). Susan Tsimorlos (jr.] 




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Robert Scott (jr.), Dennis Powell (jr.) 




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Jerry Britt (sr.) 




Rusty Cunningham (fr.) 





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Trex Morris (soph.) and buddies 



203 




Lisa Lee (fr.), Lisa Heatherly (fr.), Leslie Wheeler (fr.), Gwen Crane (fr.). Karen Corban (fr.) 



In the pioneer days of this nation, circuit riding 
preachers and others had to swim their horses 
across rivers while they were still mounted. They 
learned that when they were crossing a swollen 
stream if they fixed their attention upon the swirl- 
ing waters they would become dizzy and fall into 
the dangerous swirls. But if they fixed their eyes, 
upon a tree, or some high hill, they rode through sa- 
fely. Take note of change in the world for it's the 
mood of the moment, but put your attention upon 
Christ who is the same yesterday, today and forever. 

Bishop Joel D. McDavid 



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the students of Millsaps College 

the BOBASHELA Staff Members 

Mary Martin and Frank Young 

Carol Burrus 

Dean Corder, Dean Woodward, Claudia O'Keefe 

Warrene Lee, Financial Advisor 

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I have these moments ''^■ 

All steady and strong 

I'm feeling so holy and humble 

The next thing I know 

I'm all worried and weak 

And I feel myself 

Starting to crumble. 

The meanings get lost 

And the teachings get tossed 

And you don't know 

What you're going to do next. : 

You wait for the sun 

But it never quite comes 

Some kind of message comes through to you 

Some kind of message comes through. 

And it says to you ... 

Love when you can 

Cry when you have to . . . 

Be who you must 

That's a part of the plan 

Await your arrival 

With simple survival 

And one day we'll understand ... 

I had a woman 

Who gave me her soul 

But I wasn't ready to take it. 

Her heart was so fragile 

And heavy to hold 

And I was afraid I might break it. 

Your conscience awakes 
And you see your mistakes 
And you wish someone 
Would buy your confessions. 
The days miss their mark 
And the night gets so dark 
And some kind of message 
Shoots through— 

And it says to you ... 

Love when you can 

Cry when you have to . . . 

Be who you must 

That's a part of. the plan 

Await your arrival 

With simple survival 

And one day we'll all understand ... 

There is no Eden or Heavenly gates 
That you're gonna make it to one day 
But all of the answers you seek can be found 
In the dreams that you dream on the way. 



Dan Fogelberg 



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