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DEDICATION 




"bobashela . . . good friend" 
"Dean Woodward, I'll swear it 
wasn't me this time!", is a line 
heard nearly every day by this 
man. For nearly fifteen years. 
Jack Woodward has been get- 
ting Millsaps students out of 
trouble (or into trouble), find- 
ing money from only he knows 
where so that we can afford 
the tuition for another semes- 
ter, and then welcoming each 
and every new man to Ezelle in 
that "I'm-gonna-set-you- 
straight-on-this-right-now" 
manner of speaking that only 
he can do. It is for his years of 
service to Millsaps as Director 
of Religious Life, Dean of Men, 
and Director of Financial aid, 
his love for the same, and his 
dedication to his family, his 
work and his students, that we 
proudly dedicate this 1979 
BOBASHELA to our long-time 
bobashela. Dean Jack 
Woodward. 




Basketball Scoreboard 



DIFFERENT TIME 



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Millsaps 


90 


Huntingdon 


84 


Millsaps 


55 


Sewanee 


74 


Millsaps 


55 


David Lipscomb 


77 


Millsaps 


74 


Miss. College 


79 


Millsaps 


58 


Belhaven 


17 


Millsaps 


83 


Alabama College 


84(OTi 


Millsaps 


68 


Southwestern 


99 


Millsaps 


80 


Delta State 


91 


Millsaps 


62 


Sewanee 


86 


Millsaps 


83 


William Carey 


82 


Millsaps 


79 


Birmingham Southern 


91 


Millsaps 


51 


Belhaven 


62 


Millsaps 


81 


Univ. of Mexico 


62 


Millsaps 


75 


Univ. of Tampa 


84 


Millsaps 


72 


Huntingdon 


110 


Millsaps 


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Birmingham Southern 


114 


Millsaps 


65 


Belhaven 


72 


Millsaps 


79 


Southwestern 


87 


Millsaps 


82 


William Carey 


102 


Millsaps 


65 


Alabama College 


80 


Millsaps 


64 


Delta State 


89 


Millsaps 


72 


La Grange 


96 



The triple crown! Unretouched 1966 statistics show that 
computers haven't necessarily replaced human error. 

Whot do you mean you'ie transferring?.' A 1966 snapshot 
shows that even though she's changed jobs, Floy hasn't 




Look Mci, no speed bumps! A 1949 picture shows these "kids" enjoying a walk through the peaceful little Millsaps campus-imagine that! 




Two M&Ms? Close. Tummeh and 
Hahpah— always fighting for Irulh, 
justice, and a victory here and there. 



Farewell?'. Give up, you'll never get rid of them. 
Pick up on dul firi'cl ihcez! Some things nevei c 



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Being a year of great change as 1979 was for Millsaps, 
it saw what was perhaps the most evident change of 
all. Edward Murrah Collins, the president of Millsaps 
College since 1970, resigned effective summer of 1978. 
Collins, better known among students as "Slick 
Eddie", was a favorite of alumni and friends of the 
college. He was a polished speaker and "well-set" in 
the Millsaps Traditions. His relationship with Millsaps 
was a long one, starting as a student, returning as a 
Professor of Speech, and again returning as President. 
Upon leaving the College, he and his family went to 
Columbia, South Carolina to assume the presidency of 
another school there. Wonder if he carried his copy of 
the once famed "Slick Eddie Dart Board" with him? 



OLD HAT . . . 




NEW FACE . . . 

George Marion Harmon, eighth president of Millsaps College. The 
"change" did not stop with change in administrators. The 
Presidential Search Committee ended its search in mid-fall of 1978, 
announcing the name of Dr. Harmon as our next president. He 
moved into Sanders shortly thereafter and we began to know the 
"new kid on the block". Obviously much different from Dr. Collins. 
"King George" (a name which he later was given) ate in the cafeteria, 
sitting at different tables every night, beginning the long hard task of 
putting names with faces, and most of all, being accepted. He 
unofficially took office January 1, coming to us as former professor at 
Saginaw Valley State in Michigan. A northerner surely would be 
hard to get used to— that in itself was a first for Millsaps! Business 
majors were surprised to hear that he hadn't even been to seminary 
and were elated to hear that he held a DBA from Harvard. Religion 
majors were shocked to find that our new man was Episcopalian— 
another first for this community. As time went on. President Harmon 
proved positively to be a man of change. In the early part of the 
semester, Harmon drew up a proposal to change the business 
department to the Millsaps School of Management, thereby 
expanding the present structure and inaugurating an MBA program 
to begin in the very near future. The Board passed it and plans were 
put into full-steam ahead. Though most viewed this major change (no 
pun intended) as an exciting opportunity for the now dead school to 
come alive, some were appalled. Not since the early days of the 
Millsaps Law School had there been a graduate program, and many 
felt that its revival would be the death of our "traditional liberal arts 
thrust". Throughout the spring, storms brewed over every minor 
decision made by Dr. Harmon— it was like walking on egg shells for 
him. Well, as all things do, it all came out in the wash. The Harmons 
joined the United Methodist Church, and began their work as a team. 
Things are looking up for the old school— many of these changes are 
described on these pages, and most of them are concrete results born 
of Dr. Harmon's ideas and hopes for the college. 



'Look how short he is.'", exclaimed several students upon first viewing the new 

president. 




OUR SCHOOL, 
WHOSE RULES? 



The libural of liberals. MiUsaps students once 

had the reputation of protesting anything that 

moved. Reminiscient of the mid-BO's, Harmon 

moved— Millsaps students protested. 




Heil Verkmonl One of perhaps the most absuri 

incidences of unrest dealt with a proposa 
abolish the present Student Executive Board in 
favor of a dictatorship, symbolic of Dr. Harmon's 
own "iron fist". 



A Christion School? Harmon did not weather the "storms of '79" alone. As usual, the Methodist Church caught the 
blows, too, and the age-old question of how much say-so the Church has in what goes on at Methodist-related 
Millsaps was raised from the dead. 




A Year 0/ Extremes. As is par for the 'Saps course, 
elections were again deemed "bogus". There seemed to be 
no middle man— all represented extremism of one sort or 
another. . . . and a woman took control of our "nation". 



"Sing we and chahnt it while lahve doth grahnt it" . . . 

Since the Troubadours became extinct last year, 

opportunity presented itself, and the Millsaps Chamber 

Choir was born. Also known as The Small Ensemble and 

The Madrigals, this branch of the Millsaps Singers has 

performed for several luncheons and the Elizabethan Faire. 

Their reportoire includes every thing from Candygrams to 

mood music. 



Row, row, row your boot.' Venice it isn't. The Pearl River flood of '79 more 
than indirectly affected Millsaps' community. Faculty and family alike were 
flooded— some lost everything they had. 

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SOUR NOTE, 
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A fresh coal of paint and she'll be good as new! A major 
undertaking by one of Jackson's interior designers was the 
restoration and redecoration of the Millsaps-Buie Home on 
Stale Street, just down from campus. The stately mansion, 
once the home of Millsaps founder Major Reuben Webster 
Millsaps, was shown to tourists this spring with proceeds 
going to charity. 

Star light, stor bright . . . The old James Observatory on North 
Campus was this year nominated for the National Register of 
Historic Landmarks. A decision was made by the Board not to 
tear it down in favor of North Campus development, but to 
develop around it. A renovation should start during the 79-80 
school year. 




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Where's the Boboshelo' A latecomer on the '79 Millsaps scene was the 

Bobashela itself. With its new format, the queslionmg turned to "What's the 

Bobashela? ". Well, all good things must come to an end. 



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OBSERVATORY, 
FACELIFT . . . 





SEE YOU LATER, 
GET THE DRIFT? 




Dr. Ritchie jumped from the 
frying pan into the fire this year. 
Formerly a mathematics 
professor, he is now in charge of 
landscaping the campus, a 
project which is well underway. 



Mrs. Meaders, former 
Chairperson of the Dept. of 
Education, retires this year after 
??? years of teaching Millsaps 
students how to leach. 



One down, 125 (o go.' This year Paul Hardin, 
registrar for another ??? years at Millsaps, has signed 
his last diploma. He retires to full-time teaching 
English and traveling. 



Mr. RipJey, are you asking me or (el/ing me?.' Frank 

Frohnhoefer, affectionately known by his students as 

"Frohnz", never likes to be photographed with his glasses on. 

After 7 years of lightening the hearts (and heavying the 

burdens) of the Business majors, this year sees him & Monair 

off to Catholic University. 




CHANGES HERE, 
CHANGES THERE . . . 



Don! I]ll il.' With the new SEB administration, the Grill added a popular 

pinball machine. Further Union development called for Acy's Coffee 

House, which has yet to become T-H-E hangout, but give it time. 





■So long SAGA. It was like a food renaisance when f 
ex-SAGA manager got the hell out of Dodge. ^^t 



Ooh, like that "do ".' Not the least in changes are 

those that take place in the people. Some you can 

see, some you can't. 




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Dr. George M. Harmon, President of 
Millsaps College 




[anc Corcler, Dean of Women 




John Christmas, Dean of Admissions 




Bill Franklin, Director of Institutional Advancement 
Don Strickland. Comptroller ^aura Pambianchi. Director of Public Relations 

Jim Livesay, Director of Alumni and Churcfi Relations 








Don Fortenberry, Chaplain 
liimi's McLpod, Job Placement 





(Bottom, 1. to r. Floy Holloman, Assistant Dean of Admissions, and Joiin 

Christmas, Dean of Admissions. 
(Top, 1. to r.) Syd Conner and Doug Minor, Admissions Counselors. 





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Below: David Spencer, SR 

Below Left: Libby Smith, SO: Linda Newton, SO 




B(!low Right: Malinda Hamilton, ]R; 
Lisa Clark, SR 

Bottom Left: John Murrah, SO: Ann 
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Bottom Right: Lynn Gleaton, JR: 
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Top Right: Kristina Morris, JR: Ann Ahles, 

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Far Right: Cheryl Hunt, SR 





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Above Right: Alan Whitley, JR; Bob Faulks, SR; James Lowe, SR 
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Below Left: Debbie Palmer, FR: 

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Above Left: Charles Sallis. |R: Laura Wright, FR: Dana 
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Right: Pat Peay, JR: Michelle Cunningham, FR 



Left: Debbie Campbell, SO; Rob Damhrino, SR 
Below: Peter Langworthy, SO; Carol Ryan, SO 





Above Left: June Johnson, SR; C.J. 
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Above Right: Randall Wood, JR; 
Thomas Woods, FR; Silas McCharen, 
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Left: Dan Burrus, FR; Darryl Labens, 
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Bottom Left: Andrew Dees, 
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Right: Dora Price, FR and Friends 

Below Left: David Chaffin, SR; Gretchen 

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Right: Ruth Kellum, JR; Kelly Wade, JR; Beth Thomas, JR; Cindy Bourgeois, SR 




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Top Far Right: Ricor Silvera. FR 

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And (he festivities begin' 




The 1978 Millsaps Homecoming Court. 



WEEKEND '78 




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KAPPA SIGMA Sfz. "lis a Major Siitan"! 

(above, far lefl) PI KAPPA ALPHA sez, "Give 

em a Lickin" '! (middle, far left) KAPPA ALPHA 

sez, "Majors get the Tigers by the Tail"! (below, 

left) ALPHA KAPPA ALPHA plan to put the 

"Tigers up in Smoke"! (above, center) 












PHI Mils "Tank the Tigw" gi,[ them second 
place! (above, far right) KAPPA DELTA plans a 
"Mdjor CATaslrophe" (middle, far right) 
IJ\MBDA CHI ALPHA wants to "Spade the 
Tigers"! (below, right) YOUNG ALUMNI, though 
not an official entry, won among themselves at a 
real 'Saps "rug cutter"! (middle, center) 



ELIZABETHAN FAIRE 



"It's not a go/den chariot, but 

it'll have to do.'" Queen 

Elizabeth (Linda Schrayer 

dismounts following the 

Royal Procession, (right 

A queenly courtsey for the 

Archbishop (Mark Trigg). 

(below, left) 

The Royal Court: Lady-in- 

Waiting Shane Pittman, 

Queen Linda Schrayer, and 

Lady-in-Waiting Vicki Loflin. 

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MASTER MAJOR 



Mr. BOB ROSS was elected as Master Major for the 1978-1979 

school year. The honor of Master Major goes to the man who, 

in the opinion of his peers, has best exemplified the qualities 

and ideals of the Millsaps man during his entire college career. 

He supports Millsaps in every way: by his participation in or 

presence at all phases of intramural and varsity athletic 

competition, his participation on committees, his dedication to 

his academic endeavors, his respect for his superiors and his 

peers, and his love for the College and all that it stands for. In 

the opinion of this student body. Bob is that man; and for this 

reason, the BobosheJa was and is proud to announce Mr. Ross 

as Master Major. 




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MAJOR'S LADY 





Miss LISA CLARK was named Major's Lady for the 1978-1979 
school year. The Major's Lady title is awarded to that young 
woman who, in the eyes of fellow students, is the "total" 
Millsaps woman. This is, unlike many similar honors, not 
based on beauty— even though Lisa certainly fills that bill also! 
We look for beauty, but it's the kind of beauty that 
characterizes the woman who is diligent in her work, involved 
in nearly every phase of campus life, concerned about her own 
priorities as well as the welfare of her equals. She is one who, 
genteel as she is, is just as avid as supporter of the Majors as 
her Master Major. She never ceases to be among the top, 
striving toward those ideals most befitting the woman of 
today. We are indeed proud to name Miss Clark as our Major's 
Lady. 




l.ALIRA LEA ADKINS, above left, is a Mason Strieker Scholar. She has been a 
member of the Millsaps Singers, the Symposium and Legal Review Committees, Eta 
Sigma, and Sigma Lambda. Laura, a member of Kappa Delta, was president, 
Treasurer, and Assistant Treasurer of her sorority. She was a member of the 
Elizabethan Faire Court and a volunteer at the Methodist Rehabilitation Center. 

)AN1CE E. BACON, above right, was a member of Tri-Beta, Sigma Lambda, Omicron 
Delta Kappa, Alpha Epsilon Delta, the Quality of Life and Senate Publications 
Committees. She was an Orientation Counselor, a Pre-Medical scholar, and a member 
of the Black Ensemble. A member of Alpha Kappa Alpha, |anice served as President 
and Treasurer as well as corresponding secretary of the Black Student Association. 

CINDY BOURGEOIS, below left, was Orientation Co-Chairman of 1978, She served 
as President of Kappa Delta Epsilon, Sigma Lambda Historian, Co-Rush Chairman 
and Pledge Trainer of Kappa Delta Sorority. Cindy was a member of Omicron Delta 
Kappa, Circle K, Senate Elections and Publicity Committees, the College Senate, the 
Bobashe/a Staff, Big Sister Program, and the S.N.E.A. 



WHO'S WHO 




CAROL BURRUS. above left, was a cheerleader for the Majors for two 
years. A member of Chi Omega. Carol served as Personnel Chairman and 
Social Chairman, as well as their Panhellenic Representative. She was a 
member of the Bobtishefci Staff, Majorettes Club, the Homecoming Court, 
and the Traffic Control Committee. She was also a volunteer at the UM 
Medical Center and lor the Kidney Foundation. 

FRANK H. BURTON, below left, authored a one-act play chosen to 
represent Millsaps in the Southern Literary Festival. A member of the 
Millsaps Players and Alpha Psi Omega, he has been named Best Actor & 
Best Supporting Actor. Frank was a member of the Millsaps Singers, Tri- 
Beta, Tri-Chi Alpha Epsilon Delta, Theta Nu Sigma, Sigma. Lambda. 
Omicron Delta Kappa, Circle K, and Eta Sigma. As a member of Lambda 
Chi Alpha, he served as Ritualist and Scholarship and Cultural Chairman. 

LISA C. CLARK, below right, was named Major's Lady. She has served as 
President of Tri-Beta and the Medical Technology Club. A College Senator, 
Lisa was a member of the Senate Dorm Committee, the Student Senate, 
Alpha Epsilon Delta, Sigma Lambda, Omicron Delta Kappa, Eta Sigma, 
Theta Nu Sigma, the Honors Program, Circle K, the Millsaps Players, 
Catholic Youth Organization, the Homecoming Court, and the Elizabethan 
Faire Court. Lisa, a Dean's List Scholar, was Sweetheart of Kappa Sigma 
and Secretary of Kappa Delta. 





BETH CONNER, above left, was a member of ttie Millsap.s 

Singers. As leader and arranger for the Independents. Beth 

carried the group to win Songfest 1979, A music major. 

Beth was involved in the Music Major's Ensemble, Musica 

Sacra Singers, St. James Episcopal Choir as soloist, Jackson 

Choral Society, St. Andrew's Chamber Society, and the 

Symposium Entertainment Committee. She also was a 

member of the Millsaps Players. Deutsche Verein. Omicron 

Delta Kappa, and the Lambda Chi Alpha Crescent Court 

She served as Sanders Head Resident, LXA Crescent Girl, 

Secretary of the Millsaps Singers, and Vice-President of 

Deutsche Verein, 

ROB DAMBRINO, above right, is a member of Kappa 

Alpha and served as the fraternity's Service Chairman. 

Rob, a staff writer for the Purple ond White, was a member 

of the Millsaps Singers, Circle K. the judicial Council, and 

the Intramural Committee. He has volunteered in a number 

of civic organizations, including the Methodist 

Rehabilitation Center. George School, Hudspeth Center, 

Ihc Methodist Children's Home, the Heart Association, and 

Muscular Dystrophy. 

DOUG DEMMONS. below right, has served as both a 

College Senator and a Student Senator. He chaired the 

Dormitory Affairs Committee and the Caucus for 

Independent Senators, A Dean's List scholar. Doug edited 

the Purple nnd White, and was a member of Eta Sigma, the 

Presidential Search Committee, the Sly/us staff, the 

Selection Committees for both Alumnus of the Year and 

for Distinguished Professor of the Year. He was also 

Productions chief for the Capitol Reporter. 




ALAN HUNTER, above left, served as Vice-President of the 
Student Executive Board. He was business manager for Alpha 
Psi Omega and on the Quality of Student Life, Student 
Activities, and Friday Forum Committees. Alan, a Cameo 
Award winnmg Millsaps Player, received a dance scholarship 
from the [ackson Ballet School. He has made numerous 
appearances on the Educational Television Network and 
performed with the Millsaps Singers, Troubadours, and the 
Community Theatre. 

JOHN JAMESON, below right, was a Dean's List scholar and 
Vice-President of the Student Executive Board. A Student 
Senator, John Co-Chaired Homecoming Activities, the 
Muscular Dystrophy Dance Marathon, and the Elections 
Committee. He served as a member of the Cafeteria Selection, 
Presidential Search, and Alumnus of the Year Committees. 
John participated in the Interfraternity Council and College 
Democrats. A member of Kappa Sigma, he served as the 
fraternity's Rush Chairman, and coordinated several of their 
Service Projects. 

PEDER JOHNSON, below left, is a member of Kappa Alpha 
and served as the fraternity's President. He was a Student 
Assistant in the Department of Accounting and won the 
Award for the Most Outstanding Accounting Student. Peder 
was a member of Omicron Delta Kappa, the Student Senate, 
Publications Committee, and the Admissions and Retention 
Committees. He was tapped into Sigma Lambda and worked 
on a volunteer basis at the Hudspeth Center. 



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KENT KEBERT. above right, served as both President diid 

Interfraternity Council Representative for Pi Kappa Alpha. A participant 

in the Oak Ridge National Laboratory Science Semester, he was 

awarded the ].B. Price Chemistry Award and a member of Alpha Epsilon 

Delta. Kent was tapped into Omicrtm Delta Kappa, Theta Nu Sigma, 

Sigma Lambda, Eta Sigma, and was selected to participate in the Honors 

Program. 

C.J. LARKIN. below left, was a member of the Student Si'nate and 

served on the Radio Station Committee and the Hunger Corps Project 

Committee. A cum laude graduate in Philosophy, she held membership 

in Sigma Delta Pi, the staffs of the Purple unci White and Stylus, and the 

Majorette Club. C.J. was a member of the MiUsaps Singers, the MiUsaps 

Players, St. James Cathedral Choir, Jackson Choral Society, and the 

CONTACT Volunteers. 

BEN LOONEY, below right served as President of Kappa Sigma 
Fraternity as well as Interfraternity Council Representative. A 
participant in the Honors Program, Ben was awarded a Scholarship- 
Leadership Award by Kappa Sigma International. He was a member of 
Omicron Delta Kappa, Alpha Epsilon Delta, Sigma Lambda, Eta Sigma, 
Tri-Beta. Theta Nu Sigma, and the MiUsaps Judicial Council, As a 
freshman, he was awarded the Mathematics Award. His services to the 
community involved Goodwill Industries, Muscular Dystrophy, and the 

Kidney Foundation. 




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LESLIE MIMS. above li'tl stued ds h (joHchi' Senator and was a 
member of the Millsaps fudieial Council, the Athletic Committee, the 
Homecoming and Elizabethan Faire Courts. A Dean's List student, she 
served as an Orientation Counselor and was a member of Circle K and 
the Majorette Club. Leslie, as a member of Kappa Delta Sorority, served 
u) the offices of Historian, Pledge Trainer, Rush Party Chairman, and 
Vice-President. She volunteered for the Cancer Society, Special 
Olympics, and the Methodist Children's Home. 

VERBA MOORE, abovi' right, was Treasurer and Vice-President of the 
Black Student Association. As a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha 
Sorority, she served in the office of Vice-President. Verba was Scalpel 
Reporter for Alpha Epsilon Delta, Business Manager for the Black Music 
Ensemble, a participant in the Oak Ridge National Laboratory Science 
Semester, and a Dean's List student. She held membership in Omicron 
Delta Kappa, Alpha Epsilon Delta, Eta Sigma, Sigma Lambda, Theta Nu 
Sigma, Financial Affairs Committee, the staffs of the Purple and White 
and Freedom Summer Hevis/ted. Verba also served as a peer advisor and 
a member of the Judicial Dorm Board. 

TIM RATCHFORD, below left, served as President of Eta Sigma Phi. He 
held membership on the Food Service, Awards, Traffic Control, and 
Entertainment Committees. Tim was on staff of the Purple and White 
and organized the Stale Junior Classical League Convention. Tim, a 
Dean's List student, was a volunteer for the American Red Cross, Big 
Brother, and the Hudspeth Center. He was active on the Millsaps Tennis 
Team and as a member of Kappa Alpha, was elected Service Chairman. 




CHRISTI ROBERSON, above left, served as Treasurer of both the Student Executive Board 
and Panhellenic. She was a member of Sigma Lambda. Omicron Delta Kappa, the Millsaps 
Players, the Millsaps Singers, Majorette Club, the Financial Affairs, Christian Involvement, 
and Orientation Correspondance Committees. A Dean's List scholar, Christi was recipient of 
the KA Eric Gunn Memorial Scholarship and was a member of JOLAS. In her sorority, Chi 
Omega, she served as Personnel Officer. Christi was also a feature writer and Business 
Manager for the Purple and White. 

BOB ROSS, below left, was elected President of Omicron Delta Kappa, Secretary-Treasurer 
of Sigma Lambda, President of Alpha Epsilon Delta, Vice-President of Tri-Beta, and 
Corresponding Secretary for Kappa Alpha, In Kappa Alpha, he also served as House 
Manager and Scholarship Chairman. Bob was Co-Chairman and Secretary of the Millsaps 
Christian Fellowship. Vice-Chairman of the Christian Involvement Committee and held 
membership in Eta Sigma, Theta Nu Sigma, the Millsaps Singers, the Deans List Scholars, 
and JOLAS. 

MONIE SIMPKINS. below right, was President of the Student Executive Board and 
Coordinator of the Peer Advisory Program. A member of the College Senate, he held 
membership in Omicron Delta Kappa, the Purp/e and White staff, Sigma Lambda, and the 
College Republicans. Recipient of the Harry S. Truman and John F. Kennedy Political 
Science Awards. Monie was a participant in the Honors Program. He served on the 
Constitution Revision. Admissions. Homecoming. Advisement & Orientation Committees, 
and as a cheerleader for the Majors. Monie was selected as Most Improved Player in 1978 of 
the Tennis Team. 






MIKE WORKMAN, above left, was President of the Student Executive 
Board and of Circle K. A Student Senator, he was a member of Eta 
Sigma, the Academic Council, the Presidential and Dean's Search 
Committees as well as the Committees for the Symposiums, Millsaps 
Hunger Coalition, and the Freedom Summer Project. A Dean's List 
student, Mike was a participant in the British Studies at Oxford 
Semester, the College Senate, the Administrative Council, Phi Delta 
Theta, and the Board of Trustees (ex-officio). 

BECKY WRIGHT, below left, was assistant editor of the Purple and 
While and a Dean's List student. A member of the Judicial Council, she 
has served on the Symposium. Campus Security, and Hunger Project 
Committees, Becky has had poetry published in four different 
anthologies and holds membership in the Writers Club, Sigma Lambda, 
Circle K, College Republicans, Tri-Beta, staff of the Rape Crisis Center, 
and the Advisory Board to the Battered Women's Project. She has 
volunteered with the CONTACT teleministry, Anchor House, Methodist 
Children's Home, and various other charities. 

lERR'V YEARELL above right, was a Pre-Med Scholarship recipient. He 
participated in the Peer Advisory Program, and the Black Student 
Association. Jerry, who served as President of the Black Gospel 
Ensemble, was tapped into membership by Omicron Delta Kappa, 
Sigma Lambda, Theta Nu Sigma, Tri-Beta^ Alpha Epsilon Delta, and 
Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity at Tougaloo College. In his fraternity. Jerry 
was named Most Outstanding Brother. 






MILLSAPS PLAYERS 



"The Tragedy of OTHELLO, THE MOOR OF VENICE" 
by William Shakespeare 

Lance Goss, Director 

James McGahey, Settings and Lighting 

October 11-14, 1978 

Alan Hunter as Roderigo 

Larry Wells as logo 

Robert Knighton as Brobantio 

Clay Rouse as OtheJJo 

Mark Trigg as Cassio 

Ben Wages as the Duke of Venice 

Layne Candy as Lodovico 

Jimmy Boone as Gratiano 

Eric Glatzer as the Duke's Messenger 

Deborah Koch as Desdemona 

Mike Case as Montano 

Linda Schrayer as Emilia 

Jennie Bennett as Bianco 

"The Heiress" 

by Ruth and Augustus Goetz 

Lance Goss, Director 

James McGahey, Settings and Lighting 

November 13-18, 1978 



Molly Sharp as Maria 
Mike Case as Doctor SJoper 
Deborah Kock as Lavinia Pennimon 
Susan Brindley as Catherine SJoper 
Stephanie Hospes as Elizabeth Almond 
Ken Kling as Arthur Townsend 
Camille Clement as Marian Almond 
Layne Candy as Morris Townsend 
Wynn Mills as Mrs. Montgomery 

"The Matchmaker" 
by Thornton Wilder 

February 14-17, 1979 

Lance Goss, Director 

James McGahey, Technical Direction 

Marc Hawkins, Scenery Design 

Clay Rouse as Horace Vandergelder 
Eric Glatzer as Ambrose Kemper 
George Holmes as Joe Scanion 
Molly Sharp as Gertrude 
Layne Candy as Cornelius Hackl 
Susan Brindley as Ermengarde 
Mike Case as Moiachi Stack 
Wynn Mills as Dolly Levi 
Bert Tagert as Barnaby Tucker 
Jennie Bennett as Mrs. Molloy 



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Lance Goss, Director 

James McGahey, Technical Director 

April 4-7, 1979 

Vicki Loflin as Beatrice Lacy 

John Woosley as Frith 

Marc Hawkins as Major Giles Lacy 

Layne Gandy as Frank Crawley 

Ken Kling as Robert 

Mike Case as Maxim de^NinXeT 

Molly Sharp as Mrs. deWinter 

Susan Brindley as Mrs. Danvers 

Eric Glatzer as Jfock FoveJJ 

Clay Rouse as Colonel ]ulyan 



Othello 



ANNUAL CHI OMEGA SONGFEST 





For many years now, the Chi Omega Songfest competition 
has been one of the highUghts of every Spring semester at 
Millsaps. In several of our "esteemed" Greek organizations, 
tradition has held that this or that group always wins— or 
this or that group couldn't win if they wanted to! Well, 
surprises do come and we were all blown off the map by the 
Independents in their soulful rendition of "This Will Be." In 
just their second year of competition, the Independents 
captivated the audience with ease. The KA's placed for the 
first time in a while with a typifying, yet unique, 
arrangement of "Will the Circle be Unbroken." The tension 
was there in the stomachs of a/most every man and 
woman— smiles were delicately plastered on with brick red 
lipstick and the windblown looks were made to look near 
natural with an inch or so of Final Net. But to top it all, 
there was Dr. Ross Moore— what else need be said? The 
humor and charm that he has shared with Millsaps for 
nearly half a century was indeed present and in the rarest of 
form. All in all— as always— it was a time worth 
rf^membering . . . even if you didn't remember the partying 
afterwards! 




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"Nobody's Quite Sure" 




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Bob Ross, Director 



"Will the Circle Be Unbroken" 
"The Night They Drove Ole Dixie 
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Rober Brown, Director 

"Power of Gold" 
"Dust in the Wind" 



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Beth Conner, Director 

"Don't Misunderstand" 
"This Will Be" 




Miss Hospitality 




MISS SHANE PITTMAN 

Miss Hospitality 

State of Mississippi 



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The First U.S.A. 
International Ballet 
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Le Premier Concours International 
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El Primer Concurso Internacional de 
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It all began one Easter weekend, Friday the 13th to 
be exact, when a heavy storm brewed over Jackson. 
As with any storm, it rained . . . and it rained . . . and 
it rained. Drops became puddles, puddles lakes, 
lakes streams, streams rivers, and rivers floods. In 
short, that's about how it happened. Banks spilled 
over, dams broke, and the land was saturated with 
the waters of the Pearl River. Much like volcanic 
lava, the flood waters creeped— inching into homes 
in the lower-lying areas of the city, their owners 
saving what they could from what they knew was 
inevitable. Many did so in vain. By that Sunday 
morning, a great deal of North Jackson was 
underwater. Despite the motorboats in the Coliseum 
and all the makeshift "moats' around the homes, 
Venice it wasn't. Some were fortunate enough to 
save those things most sacred among their 
belongings, some had hopes in drying it all out. 
Many lost everything they had. It's a wonder many 
ever returned to investigate the damages. But many 
good things arose from the situation, as they 
sometimes do. Millsaps responded en masse to 
statewide pleas for assistance to the American Red 
Cross, the Salvation Army, and the Regional Blood 
Center to name a few. Some sandbagged levees all 
through some nights, many rode food vans to serve 
hot meals to flood victims, several volunteered in 
making sandwiches, feeding, case work, etc. And 
that dedication has yet to end— seventeen members 
of one campus organization alone have become full- 
time Red Cross Disaster Team members. 



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'Will the candidiilc tor the Degree of Bachelor of Music please rise? 





This year's recipient of the Millsaps College Founder's Medal is 
Lynda Price. Lynda, daughter of The Reverend and Mrs. William 
Price of Grenada, graduated summa cum laude, with highest 
honors in Religion. For four years, she served as a student 
assistant to Drs. Reiff and Lewis in the Religion Department. She 
holds membership in Omicron Delta Kappa, Sigma Lambda, 
Methodist Student Association, Millsaps Singers, The Madrigals, 
and a number of other campus organizations representing nearly 
every phase of campus life. Proficient in at least four foreign 
languages, Lynda leaves this year to begin a career in Christian 
mission work. 




Just a few minutes prior to the 

Commencement exercises. Rem 

MacNealy and David Ettman were 

commissioned into the United States 

Army. Mr. MacNealy entered the Army 

and Mr. Ettman the Army Reserves. 

Both had participated in the R.O.T.C. 

program in conjunction with Jackson 

State University and were commended 

for their superior achievements in that 

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Sopranos, row 1: Susan Brindley, Beth Conner. Lynette Little, Liz Adam.s, Lynda Price: Alios, row 1: Cathy Crosby, Blair Chisum, Janet 

Reilly, Claudia Stewart, Deborah Koch. 
Sopranos, row 2: Kathie Gunn, Mary Witten, Owen Clopton, Dorothy Hodges, Alison Callaway, Linda Newton: Altos, row 2: Linda 

McLeod, Ann Abies, Kristina Morris, Joanna Ray, Amy Youngblood, Susan Woodard, 
Basses, row 3: Frank Burton, Robert Knighton, Jack Rutherford, Rob Dambrino: Borilones, row 3: Tim Kemp, Roy Berry. Mike Grillis. Joe 

Austin; Tenors, row 3: Tom Gober, Doug Walker, Bill Rice, Reber Brown, Charlie Stuart, Benny Douglas, and Accompanvist Chris Brunt, 
Not Pictured: Sally Bevill, Dan Murrell. 



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OFFICERS 1979 

Rusty Hood, Sec./ 

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Paul Gamble, Kappa 

Reber Brown, Lambda Chi 

Mark Trigg, Pi Kappa 

Steve Hamilton, Lambda Chi 

Mike Moore, Kappa 

Roger Ishee, Kappa 

Rusty Hood, Pi Kappa 

David Hall, Lambda Chi 

Phillip Gaines, Pi Kappa 

Scott Stephens, Lambda Chi 

Alex Wallace, Kappa 

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United we forge a way . . . boule . . . bake sales . . . 
birthday bash . . . Greek Stepdown . . . sisterhood 
workshops . . . Songfest . . . Pointer Sisters . . . 
"Fire" . . . Scholastic Trophy . • . Black Gospel 
Ensemble . . . Omicron Delta Kappa . . . Sigma 
Lambda . . . Tri-Beta . . . AED . . . Who's Who . . . 
Theta Nu Sigma . . . BSA . . . Oak Ridge . . . 
English Club . . . Judicial Council . . . PurpJe & 
White . . . Publications Committee . . . SAC . . . 
R.E.A.C.H. . . . Leadership Fellow , . . JABOD . . . 
Founder's Day . . . Anniversary program . . . "pink 
and green makes the scene" . . . AKA Sweetheart 
. . . "We love our brothers" . . . pledging . . . ivies 
. , . "We're ready to be" . . . Snap . . . Crackle . . . 
Pop . . . "there's none other like our Sisterhood- 
Alpha Kappa Alpha." 




CHI OMEGA 

"There's a bond ..." ... white carnations . . . owls 

. . . cardinal and straw . . . Rush; "Where's the A.C.?" 

. . . pledging: fire in the pool . . . Owl Pals . . . Big 

Sister Hunt . . . pledge meetings . . . Go, big Chi-O, 

GO! . . . Slave Sale: Way to go, Sigs! . . . serenades . . . 

Omicron Delta Kappa . . . Sigma Lambda . . . Alpha 

Delta Epsilon . . . Beta Beta Beta . . . Kappa Delta 

Epsilon . . . candelights-EVERYBODY'S getting 

hitched ... the curse of the GHO . . . check the clock 

for the time . . . HBO . . . Crescent Girl . . . Pike 

Dream Court . . . bend those elbows . . . Owl Man: 

"Where's the sink?" . . . Owl Man Johnny . . . Queen 

Elizabeth . . . Songfest ... No sweat, Lance . . . speed 

reading . . . Hamilton, what's in your coke? . . . soap 

slides . . . Winter Formal: "Where's the fan?" . . . "the 

Pin of Pearls" ... the "X & Horseshoe" . . . "Oh, to 

reach my destination and a Chi Omega be". 




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quota . . . hard work and lots of fun . . . watermelon with 

the Sigs . . . Hike for Hope . . . Songfest . . . carnations for 

my Ladybug . . . Cheerleaders . . . Enchantress Ball . . . 50's 

Party . . . Sig Sweetheart again . . . Shrimp Boil . . . Sigma 

Lambda . . . ODK . . . Sigma Delta Pi . . . Stylus . . . Millsaps 

Players . . . Millsaps Singers . . . BobasheJa . . . Phi Mu 

Mister Trex . . . Dave . . . Dan . . . Tim . . . John . . . Judicial 

Council . . . Lions and Ladybugs . . . we take over first 

floor Sanders ... to live together . . . LES SOEURS 

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"We're sisters through the years" . . . pledge 

pals for super pledges . . . carnations . . . Gwen 

and the balanced budget . . . KD Hades . . . 

"When can we eat?" . . . Mountain Dew . . . 

Football Fever . . . Mayflower . . . Singin' round 

the Farm Party campfire . . . candelights . . . 

weddings . . . flood volunteers . . . Special 

Olympics . . . Easter Seals Telethon . . . 

Homecoming Queen . . . Majors Lady ■ ■ ■ SEB 

President . . . Elizabethan Maids (again!) . . . 

Omicron Delta Kappa . . . Sigma Lambda . . . 

Super KD DD's . . . Who's Who . . . Kappa Delta 

Epsilon . . . Beta Beta Beta . . . KA Rose . . . Pike 

Dream Girl . . . "Wheat, Barley, Tea!" . . . Love 

in AOT . . . "Just look around and watch it 

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Charlie's Hang-Out . . . I'm hooked . . . The Adventure . . . 

My wife will have a scotch and water and I will have a 

Bloody Mary ... My boys, the Saints . . . If . . . Old West 

. . . Pinball Wizard . . . Tiny . . . Robbin' the Cradle . . . 

Yellow Rose of Texas . . . Crescent Ball . . . Workin' at the 

Car Wash . . . Dust in the Wind . . . God, the smell! . . . Red 

Horse . . . Easter Egg Hunt . . . Mississippi Highway Safety 

Patrol . . . Conan . . . thanks for the eats ..." You did 

WHAT to Robert?" . . . Budweiser ... I have so much to 

do . . . Freida Kitty . . . the hippie . . . we won a WHAT? . . . 

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Whooo Baby! . . . Brother Chokedog . . . Viper . . . 

Owl Man Court ... Phi Mu Big Brothers . . . IFC V.P. 

. . . "Get your own phone, Buhd" . . . Barn Dance at 

the Hayloft . . . Fast Jane . . . Founder's Day & Peggy 

Scott . . . Hooter House . . . Kim 'n' Steak and Ale . . . 

Losing the Intramural Trophy to Red Cross . . . 

Songfest and 12!?! . . . Tommy and Ten! . . . 

Sweetheart Deb . . . the Sallis Survey . . . Kidney 

Candy . . . BobasheJa editor . . . BMF & Foo . . . The 

Peepinoffs . . . Rocky Horror . . . Sandbagging in my 

sleep . . . "Which way did he go, George?" . . . 

Phoenix-on our way! . . . Cognac ... 70 shirts from 

Holmes . . . Sludge . . . Pinheads . . . "It's all for Rush. 

Rector" ... A new Alumni Chapter . . . AEFYB . . . 

Thanks Mama Doie . . . Freerides . . . the Bench(es) 

. . . Members of the Working World . . . Mikey & 

Marshie . . . Lee from National . . . Michaelangewatts 

. . . Christmas Serenade . . . Good boys this year, huh 

Floy? . . . Pumpkin thru the WHAT? . . . Furniture on 

the lawn-NO! Year of the B-Ball . . . Making it on 

TV-TWICE! ... the Weekend Travel Club . . . Vick's 

Accounting Shoes . . . Strip Foosball . . . Demolition 

Derby . . . [T's Copter . . . Smegma . . . You really 

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BROTHER ALWAYS 

National Chapter Excellence Award ... 25 outstanding 
men (good job, John) . . . another Intramural Trophy? . . . 
Alumni Banquet, "DAMN Politicians" . . . Cheerleading? I 
can think of better excuses, Dan & Dave! . . . National 
Merit Finalist; Hair like Sandcfur; a prince of a guy . . . 
PKA Membership Directory-"Like a big yellow dog" . . . 
Casino Night . . . Magnolia Speech School— Christmas and 
Easter parties . . . Delta Regional Conference . . . SEB V.P. 
. . . P&W editor (finally) . . . ODK . . . Sigma Lambda . . . 
Sports Information Director . . . Student Senators . . . 
Millsaps Players . . . Singers . . . Grapefruit Head . . . 
Fashion Play . . . Vaiden & Live Oak Flash . . . Hugh Pawty 
. . . Kcebie . . . Tex-as Trash . . . Stew Potty . . . Freshman 
Math Award . . . Geology Award . . . Heritage Art Prize . . . 
Pike Quintet . . . Mad Rocketeer strikes . . . New NBA 
franchise . . . Idolotry of Ralph Lauren . . . Happy Trail 
and N.O. Ladies (just ask Ted and Harry) . . . "Enchanting 
as the starlight"— Lynn, Roxanne, Beth, Lisa, and Sandi 
. . . Tonedeaf, Pajamas, Old North, Cotton Ball, MGT 
Sound . . . "Yes Pikes can party— here jammin wall-to- 
wall room" . . . Model Pledge Trigg . . . Karate exhibition 
. . . "Did someone say NEW HOUSE-where's the 

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"In 1865 at Washington and Lee" . . . Hammerhead . . . BOBO . . . Scholarship Trophy . . . NaNa . . . Snapper 

Time . . . Serenade . . . Student Talent for MD . . . Wally Bob ... Oh Yeah . . . Eric Gunn Scholarship . . . Nare 

Bob & Flipper . . . Kiss Ass Band . . . Yard Party . . . Utility Date . . . Delta Boys . . . Willie Bob gets nailed . . . R & 

R . . . Luau . . . Crazy Bert . . . Rose Linda . . . Cub ... RF ... All it takes is a pinch! . . . Crawdad . . . Millsaps 

Talent . . . Toke . . . Old South . . . Swan . . . Wo Wo . . . Hell Raiser . . . Hot Rod . . . Master Bob . . . Critter . . . 

Macho . . . Big "D" . . . Jonesy . . . Pogo . . . Songfest . . . Tequila . . . Born to Run . . . Monie's JFK . . . Baby, where 

did our love go? . . . Howlin' Leatherneck ..."... and all those DAMNED OLE YANKEES can simply go to 

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One of the most important phases of Greek life at Millsaps is the Intramural Program. For women, football, 
volleyball, and basketball keep the competition strong between the sororities. For the men, soccer, Softball, 
and tennis help fraternity members keep themselves physically fit. The competition is keen— at times, you 
wonder if it all really is a game— and really, it is much more for those who participate. For Greeks and 
Independents alike, the Intramural Athletic Program provides every group with the opportunity to learn 
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Chuck Reed. Jeff Knighton, Daryl 
McLeod, Tim Dulaney, Dale 

Loiacano, Thomas Woods, Randy 
Johnson, Vick Smith, Jimmy 
Harper, Jesse McRight, Gary 

Dunn, Bryan Stacy, Bill Lancaster 

Michelfe Coincon, Mike Morris, 

David Handshoe, Paul Culpepper, 

Pat Peay, Ken Wetzel, Bo Wroten, 

Orman Knox, Trex Morris, Byrd 

Hillman, Butch Herrington, 

Jarrard Thomley, Tommy Siler, 

Jody Hilton, David Craft 

Coach Davis, Frank Dulaney, 

Jimmy Jackson, Scott 

Beddingfield, Greg Turner, Jim 

Phillips, Dwayne Chesnutt, 

Chuck Smith, John Tannehill, 

Dave Peterson, Chris Busick, 

David Culpepper, Duke, Coach 

Ranager 

Brad Chism, Jay Swindle, Bill 

Mathis, Bill Bunch, Bert Wilkins, 

Ed Senteno, Butch Worbington, 

Dale Berry, Roger Smith, Louis 

Gilbert 

Cheerleaders: Lynda Smith. 

Captain Dan Murrell, Lynn 

Stone, David Davison, Debbie 

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The Majors kicked off its 1978 Football Season with Southwestern-at-Memphis on September 9 on Alumni 
Field. Unfortunately, the start was a less than desirable one, and the Majors were defeated 19-6. The next 
week brought the Majors their first victory of the season as they won by a narrow 11-9 over Knoxville College 
in Jackson. September 23 brought the Majors another triumph, this time over arch rival University of the 
South (Sewanee), who scored a mere 9 points against the Majors' 21. Then came the unbelievable victory over 
new opponent St. Leo College of Tampa-the Majors literally wiped St. Leo off the map with an astounding 
65-0 score. When pitted against Emory and Henry, the Purpie and White walked off the field after defeating E 
& H 31-14. Then, with the exception of a 24-10 win over Washington University on October 28, it was all 
downhill for the Majors from then on through the close of the 1978 season. Narrow defeats plagued the 
Majors in contests against Maryville (7-13), Georgetown (7-14), and Austin College (14-21). 



The Leading Scorer of the season was Tommy Siler who rushed for some 5 TD's and 30 points. Second 
leading, for the record, was Trex Morris with 4 touchdowns and 28 points. Siler was also named Leading 
Passer, with a record of 95 passes, covering 462 yards total. Leading Receiver was Junior Pat Peay with 19 
receptions. Running a close second to Peay was Gary Dunn with 11 receptions. David Culpepper, a Junior and 
in his third season with the Majors, was honored by being selected for the First Team of the Kodak AU- 
Americans. His personal statistics for the year included 79 tackles, 38 assists, 6 quarterback, saccs, and 2 
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Team Members Roster: 

Trex Morris, Senior 
Bert Davis, Senior 
Trey Thomas, Senior 
Alex Wallace, Junior 
Gary Dunn, Junior 
Bill Bunch, Junior 
Jody Hilton, Sophomore 
Vern Palmisano, Sophomore 
Phil Manser, Sophomore 
Mike Odenwald, Sophomore 
Byrd Hillman, Freshman 
Gerry Maddox, Freshman 
Chris Maxwell, Freshman 
Thomas Woods, Freshman 
Chris Busick, Freshman 
Harry Chalstron, Freshman 
Brian Lewis, Freshman 
Leslie Hull, Freshman 

The Majors fared a respectable season for themselves this season in Baseball, especially considering how 
many of the team's players were Freshman. With the new blood and the experience of returning team 
members, the Majors maneuvered their way to a 10-10 record for the season. Gary Dunn was elected as Most 
Valuable' Player for the 1979 Season, with a batting average of .391, 25 hits, 15 runs, and 12 stolen bases. The 
Best Defensive Man on the job was Bert Davis, who rated a .349. As Millsaps athletes know all too well, 
academics takes the priority of all the games-scholar first, athlete second. Trey Thomas performed well 
enough off, as on, the field with an accumulative Grade Point Average of 3.75, winning him the team s 
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BASKETBALL 

Women's Baskethall 

For the first time, this year Millsaps organized a varsity Basketball team for women. Coached by Ms. Mary 
Ann Edge, the Lady Majors did quite well for their first season, only being defeated by those teams that 
would have been stiff competition for the best of women's teams. Added to the existing Tennis Team, the new 
Basketball team added increased opportunities for 'Saps women to become more fully involved on a higher 
level than ever before. These ladies worked hard, with the responsibility of winning, as well as that of proving 
the new program worthwhile . . . and prove it they did! 

Men's Baskethall 

This season was a glum one (but not out of the ordinary, unfortunately) for the Majors as far as B-Ball goes. 
Coached by part-time seminarian/student/coach Bill Chapman, the team weathered its share of problems. 
Quite publicized in local papers were details and opinions on the "Major Discipline Problems." Due to 
excessive unrest among team members and coaches alike, morale was at an all-time low. Computers literally 
did the coaching and the method proved no more efficient or productive than Bobby Booth's. But ... as with 
all things in the Millsaps Community, we backed our Majors 100%, confident that there was another win just 
around the corner. 



INDEX 



Faculty and Staff 



ACY. Alice 
ADAMS, John Q. 36 
ALLEN. Skip 
ALMO, James 
AMMONS, Pat 
AYERS, McCarrell 32 

BALTZ, Richard 22 
BARTON, Charles 28 
BAVENDER, Howard 36 
BEARDSLEY, George 36 
BERGMARK, Robert 34 
BERRY, Roy 24 
BIRNHOLTZ, Richard 
BISHOP, Allen 24 
BLACK, Ruth 
BLACKWELL, Lois 27 
BORDERS, Alice M. 42 
BORDERS, Edward 
BOYD, George 27 
BRELAND, Virginia 
BRITT, Glen 
BROOKS, Sara 43 
BROWN, Laurie 39 
BRUCE, Gaddis N. 
BUFKIN, Billy 31 
BUNZY, Frank 
BYLER, Leiand 33 
BYLER, Louise 33 

CAIN, Eugene 24 
CARTER, Danny 
CHAPMAN, William 
CHRISTMAS, John 17, 19 
COKER, Frances 38 
COLUMBUS, Madge 41 
CONNER, Syd 19 
COOLEY, Lillian 39 
COOPER, Albia 39 
CORDER, Jane 17 
COULLET, Magnolia 20 
CROSBY, Lester 
CROSBY, O.C. 

DANTIN, Juliet 
DAVIS, Harper 5. 35 
DOAN, Han T. 38 
DOCKERY, David 
DYER, Pearl 43 
DYKES, Mary 40 

EDGE, Mary Ann 34 
EVANS, Jeanette 
EDWARDS, Elvee 
EZELL, George 24 

FENNELL, Patty 43 
FORTENBERRY, Don 19 
FOSTER, Peggy 40 
FRANKLIN, Bill 18 
FREIS, Richard 20 
FROHNHOEFER, Frank 11, 22 

GARDNER, Rebecca 
GIBSON, joe Lee 
GILMER, Harry 16 
GOSS, Lance 38 
GUEST, John 31 

HARDIN, Paul 11, 17 
HARMON, Floreada 39 
HARMON, George 7, 16 
HARPER, James W. 
HARPOLE, Birdie 39 
HAYES, Willie 
HEDERI, Nellie 31 
HEINS, David 21 
HERING, Steve 25 



HISE, Dan 26 
HITT, Margaret 
HOLLEMAN, Karen 23 
HOLLOMAN, Floy 4, 19 
HOLMES, Anne 29 
HORN, James 

JOHNSON, Allen 
JOHNSON, Judy 31 
JOHNSON, Percy 
JOHNSON, Wendell 28 
JONES, Roosevelt 

KAHN, Robert 32 
KILMER, Donald 33 
KING, Edwin 37 
KNOX, Dorothy 41 
KNOX, Samuel 30 

LANEY, Frank 28 
LATHAM, Rex 
LEAVY, Johnny 
LEE, Warrene 42 
LEFOLDT, Katherine 41 
LEVANWAY, Russell 37 
LEWIS, Dorsula 
LEWIS, Marsha 41 
LEWIS, T.W. 37 
LIVESAY, James 18 
LOFTIN, Lavon 22, 40 

McCOY, Virginia 43 
McELVAINE, Robert 29 
McGAHEY, James 39 
McGEE, Gary 
McKENZIE, Herman 30 
McKEOWN, James 21 
McLEOD, James 19 
McLEOD, Sarah 
McNEESE, Keith 
MANGUAL, Ramon 
MARTELLA, Cathy 40 
MARTIN, Delores 
MEADERS, Myrtis 11, 25 
MIDDLETON, Jeanne 25 
MILLSAPS, Lucy 20 
MINOR, Bill 26 
MINOR, Douglas 19 
MITIAS, Michael 34 
MONTGOMERY, James 35 
MOORE, Ross 29 
MOOREHEAD, Mildred 26 
MUSICK, Hugh 21 

NAPIER, Jean 42 
NEAL, Martha 40 
NETTLES, Dorothy 42 
NEVINS, Robert B. 21 
NICHOLS, J.B. 

O'KEEFE, Claudia 

PADGETT, Robert 27 
PAMBIANCHI, Laura 18 
PARKS, James 39 
PERCY, LeRoy 26 
POLANSKI, Francis 32 
POLSON, Leonard 18 
POOLE, Martha 41 
POWELL, Ruth 40 

RAMSEY, John 30 
RANAGER, Tommy 5, 35 
RANAGER, Elizabeth 41 
REIFF, Gerry 39 
REIFF, Lee 37 
RITCHIE, Arnold 11 
ROBBINS, JoAnn 32 



ROBINSON, Mary 30 
ROTWEIN, Abe 
RUFFIN, Eugene 

SALLIS. Charles 29 
SAUNDERS, Milliard 32 
SCHIVERS, Marsha 42 
SEYMOUR, Annette 
SHIVE, Robert 30 
SKINNER, Hourman 
SMITH, Josephine 
SMITH, Micke 21 
STEWART, Judy 
STRICKLAND, Don 18 
SWEAT, Jonathan 33 

THOMAS, Carole 
TOWNSEND, Ed 
TROTTER, Jocelyn 39 
TURNER, Ruff 20 

VENATOR, Ed 37 

WADE, Paul 
WALKER, Joan 
WALKER, Kenneth 
WALKER, Sylvester 
WALLACE, Willie A. 
WALLACE, Willie M. 
WARD, Bonnie Sue 40 
WEBB, Terrie E. 43 
WELLS, Steve 23 
WELTY, Mittie 42 
WEST, Charles 40 
WHITE, Johnny 
WHITE, Johnny B. 
WHITE, Nancy 42 
WILLIAMS, Robert 
WILLIS, Lamar 
WILSON, Austin 27 
WILSON, Dunn 
WILSON, Eleanor 
WOODARD, Beatrice 43 
WOODWARD, Jack 3, 17 



Students 

Abies, Ann 9, 61. 84, 155 

Abies, Anne M. 

Adair, Kate 

Adams, Elisabeth 85, 91, 155 

Adams, Leah 65 

Adkins, Laura 50, 56, 62, 79, 90, 116 

Aist, Christal 73 

Akers, Tim 

Aldridge, Kendall 96, 98 

Alford, Tim 

Allen, David B. 49 

Allen, David F. 

Allen, John 

Allen, Larry 

Allen, Laura 

Alley, Laurie 

Altman, John 

Amis, Mark 

Anderson, Lisa 

Anderson, Randy 

Anderson, Rebecca 

Anderson, Scott 64, 101 

Anenberg, Mark 

Anis, Victoria 

Armstrong, William 

Arnett, Claude 50 

Atkinson, Ann 

Austin, Joe 155 

Austin, Peggy 

Avery, Charol 

Avignon, Gary 

Bacon, Janice E. 66, 116 

Bailey, Esther 

Bailey, Jamie 

Bailey, Mark 56, 76 

Baker, Suzanne 64 

Baker, Therese 

Baldwin, Charles 

Ball, Eddie 

Ball, Phillip 

Barlow, Stephanie 181 

Barnes, Robert M. 

Barry, Lorri 88 

Basham, Debra 

Batte, Anastasia 

Baytos, Brenda 

Beaudoin, Debbie 46, 51, 85 

Beddingfield, Scott 182 

Begley, Sam 56, 72, 78 

Belcher, Mark 

Belk, Debbie 

Bell, Jacques 

Bennett, Anna 

Bennett, Linda 161 

Bennett, Lydia 

Bennett, Mary 

Benton, Brad 60, 98 

Berch, Dennis 

Bermudez, Michelle 68, 82 

Berrong, Dwight 

Berry, Dale 182 

Berry, Roy 155 

Bershon, Denise 

Besser, Kenneth 

Bevill, Sally 54 

Bingham, Blair 77 

Birdsong, Richard 

Bishop, Ann 

Black, Richard 

Black, Robert 

Blanton, Donna 

Blizzard, John 

Boggs, Cindy 62, 156 

Boggus. Jon 46 

Boiling, David 

Bomar, Tammy 

Bond, Dennis 

Bond, Janis 

Bond, Melanie 

Boone, Jimmy 



Boswell, David 

Boteler, Randy 

Bourgeois, Cindy 62, 79. 92, 116 

Bourland, Mike 180 

Bourn, Jocelyn 82 

Bowdoin, Matthew 

Bowie, Scott 

Bowling, David 49 

Bowling, Patricia 82 

Boyd, Randall 

Boykin, Anne 67 

Bradford, Gilda 

Bradley, Kate 65 

Brammer, Nancy 

Brandon, Steven 

Brannen, Lora 

Brantley, Mary 

Brassell, Joe 

Breaux, Laura 53, 59 

Brent, Jessica 

Brindley, Susan 63, 70, 84, 155 

Britt, Paul 

Britt. Robert 

Broome, Betsy 53, 181 

Brown. Reber 155. 160 

Brown. James 

Browning. Brian 

Brunt. Chris 155 

Buckely. Bob 

Bufkin. Greg 

Bunch. Bill 182 

Burrus, Carol 74, 106. 117. 142 

Burrus. Dan 89 

Burton. Frank 9. 91. 117. 155. 156 

Busick. Chris 48, 182 

Buteau, Russell 

Butler, Vera 

Byler, Beth 58 

Byrd, J.B. 

Callaway, Alison 9, 55, 58. 73. 143. 155 

Campbell, Debbie 73. 89. 106. 182 

Campbell. Joe 

Campbell. Martha 

Campbell. Phyllis 

Cannon. Tim 80 

Cantelou. Dexter 1. 77. 79. 86. 143 

Carter. James 

Carter. Maria 

Carter, Sharon 

Case, Mike 

Castillo, Kevin 92 

Chaftin, David 92 

Champlin, Mari 

Chapman. James 

Chastain. Joy 62 

Cheney, Antoinette 63. 64. 67. 72. 100. 142 

Cheney. Ben 67. 72. 76. 85. 90 

Chesney. Perry 49. 58 

Chesnutt. Dwayne 60. 86. 182 

Chism. Brad 48, 90, 182 

Chisum, Blair 155 

Clark, Caryl 70 

Clark, Catherine 

Clark, Cindy 95 

Clark, Leslie 

Clark, Lisa 51, 57, 62, 78, 79, 83, 106, 115, 117 

Clark, Ben 

Clark, Terri 67 

Clarkson, Nancy 

Clay, Henry 90 

Clement, Camille 55 

Clement, Rod 66 

Cline, Diana 

Clopton, Gwen 9, 101, 155 

Coats, Necie 47, 96, 181 

Cobb, Tommy 54 

Cochran, Shari 

Cohen, Marcy 

Coincon, Michelle 47, 82, 182 

Cole, Ann 

Collins, Curtis 

Conerly, Michael 80, 88, 98. 101 

Conner. Beth 9, 54, 61, 70, 118, 155 



Conner, Betty 

Cooper, Deborah 

Cooper, lames 

Cooper, Jane 84 

Cope, Jane 81 

Corban, Eric 46 

Corban, Karen 63 

Cordua, Laurie 

Correll, Charlotte 

Cotton, Craig 

Coursey, John 

Courtney, Max 

Covert, Carol 53, 59, 78, 79 

Covington, Melissa 

Craft, David 182 

Crandall, Marsha 47, 52, 85 

Crane, David 46. 68, 76 

Crane, Gwen 50 

Creel, Anita 

Crews, Emily 92 

Crews, Bobby 68 

Crosby, Cathy 155 

Crosby, Samuel 

Crout, joe 

CruU, Brad 

Crump, Jimmy 

Cruthirs, Jacqueline 

Culpepper, David 48, 182 

Culpepper, Paul 182 

Cunningham, Margaret 

Cunningham, Michelle 52, 88, 161 

Cunningham, Russell 

Curtis, Craig 

Dambrino, Rob 89, 106, 118. 155 

Daniels. Robert 

Davis. Anna R. 

Davis. Donnie 

Davis, Gerald 

Davis, Bert 61 

Davis, John 

Davis, Karyn 67, 91 

Davis, Kenneth 49, 91 

Davis, Donna 

Davis. Robert 

Davis. Sidney 

Davison, David 97, 182 

Dean, Crawford 

Decker. Ann 83. 94 

Dees, Jesse 72, 91 

DeHombre, Martha 

Delashmet. Gordon 

Demaranville, Micki 50, 52 

Demmons, Doug 89, 118 

Denton, Sylvia 

Deraps, Debra 62 

Deville, Candace 

Deville, Robert 

Dews, Luther 

Dickens, Pat 

Dickerson, Aimee 

Dickerson, Leanne 

Dillard, Linda 80 

Donica. David 

Dorsett, Debora 

Dorsett, Wanda 

Dostrow, Victor 

Douglas, Ben 52, 155 

Duggar, Patty 73 

Dukes, Phillip 

Dulaney, Frank 182 

Dulaney, Tim 60, 86, 88, 102, 182 

Dunaway, Masel 

Dunn, Gary 51, 53, 64, 182 

Dyer, Foozy 60 

Dyer, John 52, 56, 156 

Dykes, Stephen 

Eady, Barbara 
Eakes, David 
Easom, William 
Easterling, Mike 
Eddins, Mark 101 



Ellis, Lee 
Ellis, Terranco 
Emfinger, Wesley 
Eskridgc, Susan 59, 76 
Ethridge, Lana 
Ettman, David 140 
Evans, Christopher 
Evans, Frank 
Everett, Joel 
Ezell, Stephen 
Ezell, Ken 
Ezelle, Cory 

Fagan, Robert 50 

Farb, Michelle 

Faulks, Bob 60, 87, 96, 101 

Faust, Michael 

Favara, Lisa 49, 75 

Fenn, Linda 181 

Ferguson, Alan 89 

Ferguson, Russell 

Findley, James 

Fisher, Luther 

Fitzgerald, Bill 92 

Flint, Kathy 

Flowers, Elizabeth 95 

Flowers, Craig 

Fluker, Terri 77 

Foley, Cad 

Foley. David 

Ford, John 

Ford, Judy 

Forester, Mike 

Fortenberry, Susan 50, 87 

Foster, Chris 

Foster, Toni 

Franckiewicz, Toni 51 

Frank, Al 

Franklin, Cindy 

Fralesi, Robin 

Freeman, Debbie 52, 60, 88, 93, 102 

Freeman. Teena 

French, Doris 

Frick, LouAnn 96 

Fuller, Mary 

Fuqua, Sonja 77 

Furnace, Janice 

Fuselier, Henri 

Gaddis, D wight 68, 70 

Gaines, Phillip 68, 160 

Gallogly, Thomas 

Gamble, Eric 

Gamble, Paul 54, 76, 86, 98, 106, 160 

Candy, Layne 

Gardner, Norma 56, 62 

Garner, Jeffrey 9, 70 

Garner, Lisa 

Garvey, Kathy 

Gaston, Al 

Gazzola, Marianne 

Gehman, Michael 

Gerami, Mohammed 

Ghaemi-Moghaddam, Shahrzad 

Gibson, Brooks 78 

Gibson, Teddy 52, 61 

Gilbert, Holly 51 

Gilbert, Louis 182 

Gilchrist, Margaret 63, 74. 76 

Gilliland. Boveriy 

Gilmore, Ricky 

Gist, Bill 

Glatzer, Eric 

Gleaton. Lynn 83, 88 

Gober, Tom 9, 155 

Goff. Shanm 

Goldman, Mary Ann 

C;omillion, Patli 

Goodman, Meg 51, Ifil 

Gordon, B(H:key 46 

Graham, Bobby 60, 69 

Grant, Cusanita 80, 97 

Gray. Ron K. 



C.rciMi. Lindsay 
GreiMi, Miir(4ie H2, KKi 
GroiMic, Alhm 
Creonough, Slophon 
Gregoric Nancy Sue 85 
Gregory, Sarah 65 
Griffin, William 
Griffith, Mary 
Grillis, Mike B5, 155 
Grosvenor, Charlotte 66 
Groves, Cheryl 77 
Guest, John 
Gunn, Kathie 67, 155, 161 

Hale, Scott 

Hall, Candace 

Hall, David 160 

Hamilton, Malinda 59, 83 

Hamilton, Morris 

Hamilton. Steve 94, 160 

Hamlin, Tracy 

Hammond, Randy 75, 156 

Hamrick, Joseph 

Handshoe, David 182 

Hardin, David 107 

Harding, Amanda 74 

Harkey, Matt 49, 59 

Harper. James 182 

Harper. Shawn 

Harper, Bill 77, 180 

Harper. William E. 

Harrell, Byron 

Harris. George 

Harris. Karen 

Harris, Kenneth 

Harlhcock, Andy 

Hartt, Lloyd 

Hasie, Karen 

Hassell. David 49 

Hataway, Fred 

Hatchett, Scott 98, 102 

Halten. Carol 

Hawkins, Marc 61 

Hayes, Cordelia 60 

Heatherly, Lisa 52. 67. 88 

Hebron, Bevraly 87, 99 

Helvenston. Brant 57, 97 

Henderson, Michael 

Henke, Kurt 56 

Henley, Faye 

Henry, Gregg 48, 60 

Herold. Lee 84 

Herrington, Butch 182 

Hester, Brenda 

Hetrick. Dale 69 

Hill, Virginia 50, 66, 92 

Hillman, Byrd 93, 95, 182 

Hihon, Joseph 182 

Hinkle, Scott 

Hippie, Kenneth 

Hodges. Dorothy 50. 52, 65, 97, 155 

Hodges, Renee 

Hoelter, Nancy 

Hogg, Robert 

Holleman, Helene 49 

Holloway. Loren 

HoUoway, Mike 

Holmes. George 

Holy, James 

Hood, Rusty 46, 53, 160 

Hopkins, Claudia 69 

Hopper, Rose 62. 63, 72, 181 

Hosey. Connie 56. 58. 95 

Hospes, Stephanie 

Hovious, Nat 

Hudson, Helen 

Hughes, Leslie 

Hull, Leslie 

Humphreys, Jeanne 52, 82 

Hunt, Cheryl 62. 84 

Hunter, Alan 56, 119 

Hutchison, David 

Hutto, Michelle 

Hymel, Dan 



Irby, Thad 

Ishec!, Roger B4, 160 

Jackscm, James 182 

Jacob, Fred 

Jacobs, Sylvia 

Jameson, John 57, 72. 75, 119 

Jamison, Searcy 90 

jeng, Lana 92 

Jenkins, Caria 

Jenkins, Sherry 

Jenkins, Willie 

Johnson. Anne 62, 90, 102, 181 

Johnson, Eric 

Johnson, George 

Johnson, Hugh 

Johnson. Judy 

Johnson. June 89 

Johnson, Byron 51. 81 

Johnson. Milton 80 

Johnson. Peder 55. 119 

Johnson. Randy 182 

Johnson. Robert L. 

Johnson, Robert W. 

Johnston. Robin 

Jones, Kenneth 

Jones, Waller 58. 86 

Jones, West 55. 64, 182 

Joseph, Anne 

Joseph, Julie 52. 73 

Joseph, Pam 64, 67 

Kastla, Margaret 62, 102 

Kay, Mary Virginia 96 

Keady. Dwight 

Kebert. Kent 68. 120 

Kelley. Waunita 

Kellum, Ruth 53. 92, 161 

Kemp, Tim 1, 9, 86, 98. 102, 142, 155, 160 

Kiefer, Tina 67. 69 

Kilgore. Brenda 181 

King, Richard 85 

Kizziah, Charles 

Kling, Ken 

Knight, Bruce 

Knighton, Jeff 182 

Knighton, Robert 61, 155 

Knox, Rich 70, 92 

Knox, Orman 182 

Koch. Deborah 155 

Kraft, John 

Kurzweg, Gretchen 92, 96. 98 

Labens, Darryl 89, 95 

Lacey. Stuart 1. 58, 101, 142 

Ladnier, Jackie 

Lagarde, Andy 54 

Lancaster, Bill 58, 182 

Landis. Carrie 

Landrum, Wesley 

Lang. Nancy 

Langston. Joey 48. 180 

Langston. Paul 

Langston. Shane 180 

Langworthy, Peter 61. 89 

Larkin. C.J. 89, 120 

Lathem. Chuck 50 

Lawless. David 

Lawrence. Nancy 

Lawrence. Qujette 

Ladbetter. Rose 

Lee. David 62 

Lee. Lisa 50 

Lee. Tim 

Leggett. Susan 

Lehan. Cornelius 

Lewis. Tom 96 

Lewis. Bryan 46, 85 

Liles, Richard 86 

Liles, Theresa 

Lillard, Laura 

Lincoln, Tim 74 

Little, Lynette 155 



Little. Bill 

Loflin. Vicki 110 

Lofton, Linda 97 

Loiacano, Dale 182 

Long. Jennifer 93, 100, 156 

Looney, Ben 120 

Lord, Cathryn 

Lorio, Patricia 

Lowe, Barbara 

Lowe, lames 60, 87 

Lowe, Sara E. 62 

Loyd. Greg 49. 65 

Luong, Hing 

Lyle, Bob 

Lyons, Gordon 

Mabry, Janice 87 

Mabry, Rosie 85 

MacNealy, Rem 60, 71, 140 

Maddox, Gerry 60 

Maddox, Jon 

Maddux, Robert 

Magee, Don 

Magee, Jeff 

Mallette, Jerry 

Mansel, Kim 

Manser, Phil 

Mansour, Jimmy 

Mansour. Joe 

Mansour, Michael 62 

Markette. Melissa 

Marodis, George 

Marquez, William 

Marsalis, Cindy 62 

Marshall, Linda 

Martin, Kenneth 

Martin, Scott 106 

Martin, Pat 

Massey, Annette 

Mathis, Bill 182 

Matthews, Anita 

Matthews. Melissa 

Maxey. Melody 

Maxwell. Chris 48 

Maxwell. Wilburn 

May. John 

Maziarz. Monica 

McAllister. Jeanette 51. 56. 80 

McCharen. Silas 89 

McCormick, Helen 

McCrory, Diedre 

McDaniel, Raymond 

McDonald, Janet 

McElveen, David 

McEuen, Bo 

McGee, Tommy 

McGehee. Ann Scott 55 

McGehee. Dianne 

McGraw, Dennis 

McGraw, Virginia 

Mclnnis, Lynne 

McKinnon, Betty 

McLaurin, Johnny 

McLemore. Barbara 

McLeod, Daryl 56, 60, 86, 88, 99, 182 

McLeod, Linda 155 

McMaster, Lewis 

McMillin, Savannah 63 

McNair, Stephen 

McPherson, Russ 

McReynolds, Mary Gwen 79 

McRight, Jesse 87. 182 

Melvin, Donna 

Metz, Syl 81 

Middlebrook, Jimmy 

Middleton, Richard 

Miller, Roxanne 61, 83, 142 

Miller. Thomas 80, 83 

Mills. Wynn 

Millwood, Dana 46, 51, 88, 90, 99, 161 

Mims, Leslie 47, 51, 62, 69, 79, 121 

Mitchell, Brad 48 

Mitchell, Janice 



Mitchell, Stewart 

Mizell, Edward 

Moise, Ted 

Montgomery, Lou 

Moore, Barbara 

Moore, Michael 58 

Moore, Mike 48, 49. 160 

Moore. Verba 121 

Morris. Gus 77. 96 

Morris, Jimmy 53 

Morris, Kristina 9, 12, 61, 84, 155 

Morris, Mike 182 

Morris, Mildred 

Morris, Lee 

Morris, Trex 51, 65, 182 

Morse, Reilly 94 

Mosal, Nancy 

Moses, Kimberly 

Moulds, Patrick 

Mulvihill, Teresa 

Murrah, John 46, 83 

Murell, Dan 9, 57, 61, 97, 182 

Myers, Dixon 78, 81 

Myrick, Kim 52, 68, 93, 102 

Nail, Dale 46 

Neely, Leigh 52, 73, 161 

Nelson, Angela 

Nelson, Sharon 68 

Nelson, Thomas 56 

Nelson, Yvonne 100 

Newkirk, James 

Newton, Linda 54, 67, 83, 155 

Niblett. Nancy 

Nichols, Belinda 

Noble, Andre 

Norfleet, Elise 

Nunnally, Jimmy 53 

Nunnelley. Sonji 

Nuzzo, Al 

O'Brien, Margaret 

Olmstead, Mystica 

O'Toole. Ellen 

Ott, David 9, 72, 91, 93 

Olt, Ralph 

Outlaw, Nita 

Pace, Mark 

Palmer, Debbie 66, 88 

Palmer. Sheila 

Palmisano. Vern 80 

Parks, Jane 

Pass, Beatrice 

Patterson, Barbara 

Patterson. Betty 

Patterson. Michael 80. 90. 99 

Patterson. William 

Paxton, John 

Peay. Pat 88, 98, 182 

Peede. Mary 

Pepper, Fred 53, 81 

Perkins, Sandra 

Perkins, Stanley 56, 90, 96 

Perkins, William 

Perry, Lee 

Perry, Shawn 51, 82 

Peters, Linda 

Peterson, Dave 60, 102. 182 

Pevan. Bruce 

Phillips. Jim 182 

Piazza. Kathryn 

Pigott, Linda 

Pinkston. Murray 62 

Pittman. Regina 79 

PiUman, Shane 51, 105, 106, 110, 132 

Pitts, Kathy 

Plunkett, Yvonne 

Polanski, Sandra 

Prewitt, Merrin 50 

Prewitt, Susan 55, 55, 64 

Price, Brenda 



Price, Cindy 

Price, Dianne 

Price. Dora 92 

Price, Lynda 50. 140, 155 

Prishmont. Karen 

Propst. Carl 

Purcell. Wade 89, 95 

Purviance. William 

Purvis, Chellie 51, 82 

Ranager, Jim 
Randolph, Lori 46, 99 
Rankin, Randy 
Ransom, Kim 
Ratchford, Tim 59, 78, 121 

Ray, JoAnna 52, 155 

Read. Donna 50. 82 

Read. Margaret 70. 98 

Rector. Monte 91. 98 

Reed. Charles 182 

Reese. David 

Reeves. Francine 161 

Register, Kelley 92, 96, 98 

Reifers, Myra 

Reily, Janet 67. 155 

Renfroe, Walter 

Reves, Jan 

Reynolds. Jeff 46. 76 

Rhodes, Linda 

Rhodes. Robbie 

Rice. Bill 69, 86, 1,55 

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Richard, Cynthia 

Richardson. Helen 48. 101 

Richter, Bill 49. 56 

Ridgway, Dorothea 

Riggins, Trent 68 

Ripley, Ward 64 

Ritter, George 

Robbins, Robert 

Roberson, Cristi 86, 122 

Roberts, Frank 

Robertson, Bryan 

Robinson, Guy 80 

Rogers, Paul 

Rogers, Susan 

Romaine, Liza 

Rooks, James 

Roscopf. Ann 77 

Rose. Lesleigh 82 

Rosenthal, Charlene 56. 62, 90. 142 

Ross, Betsy 

Ross, Bob 80. 114, 122 

Ross. Jeff 81 

Ross. Steve 

Rosson. Julie 

Rouse. Clay 58 

Rula. Greg 56 

Rushing. Philip 

Russel. Jennifer 

Russell. Rita 67. 95 

Rutherford. Jack 155 

Rutledge. Edward 61 

Ryan. Carol 89 

Sachs, David 

Sainsbury, Darryl 

Sallis, Charles 88 

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Sandefur, John 

Sandefur, Mark 

Sanders, Mary 

Sanders, Sharon 

Sasser, Danny 

Saxena, Aran 

Schonholtz, John 

Schrayer, Linda 49. 61. 110. 161 

Scott, Tony 

Scoot, Virginia 

Seals, Michael 67 

Seller, Pamela 79 

Sekul, LizAnn -' 

Seligman, Steve 



Senteno, Ed 182 
Senter, Bruce 
Shanks, JoAnn 73, 94 
Sharma, Madhu 
Sharp, Molly 49 
Sheerin. Rick 50 
Shell, Eleanor 
Sheppard. Mary Anna 
Sherrard, Rick 
Sherrod. Laura 52. 73. 106 
Shiflett. Sandi 53. 99 
Shirley. Delia 
Shroyer. Duane 
Sikora. Tom 56. 88 
Siler. Tommy 182 
Silveira. Ricor 99. 180 
Simmons. Bill 
Simon. Mark 49 
Simonton. Don 
Simpkins. Marc 66. 81 
Simpkins, Monie 48. 81. 122. 180 
Simpkms. Virginia 55. 59. 61, 76, 81. 87. 142. 182 
Singer. Bill 
Sivils. Larry 
Sledge, Lori 97 
Slifkin, Rebecca 
Slyder, Randy 
Smith, Sieve 

Smith. Chuck 98. 102. 182 
Smith. Elizabeth 83 
Smith, James 
Smith. Jeanne 58 
Smith. Karia 52 
Smith. Lynda 104. 107. 182 
Smith. Stewart 51. 53 
Smith. Roger 70. 86. 93. 98. 182 
Smith, Steve W. 
Smith. Scott 65. 86, 87 
Smith. Tommi 
Smith. Vick 60. 86. 99. 182 
Sneed. John 
Sparkman. Jana 
Sparks. Jimmy 
Sparks. Laura 
Spaugh, Milton 
Spencer. Ann 
Spencer. Betty 
Spencer. David 83 
Spencer, Stacy 
Spencer. Thomas 52. 67. 68 
Spight, Susan 
Spooner, Earl 85 
Stacy. Bryan 102. 182 
Stainback. Susan 
Stamm. Carter 49. 106 
Stamps. Theresa 
Stamps, Kevin 
Stanley, Melanie 
Stanton. Harriet 
Staples. Anne 
Stark. John 
Stephens. Scott 160 
Stevenson. Mark 
Stevenson, Billy 
Stewart, Claudia 9, 66, 155 
Stewart, Lynn 
Stewart, Evelyn 
Stewart, Inez 
Stewart, Robert 
Stewart-Sachs, Cynthia 
Stone. Lynn 52. 182 
Stringer. Harold 
Stringer. Jimmy 

Stringer. Sheryl 72, 75. 85, 90, 161 
Stuart, Charlie 94. 155 
Stuart. Sue 
Summerlin. Richard 
Sunkel. Sue 
Swafford. Patrick 180 
Swartzentruber. Irene 
Sweeny. Tom 
Sweet, Tracey 55 
Swindle, Jay 46, 182 



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Sydbolen, Ben 51 
Szelo, Ken 

TiiKort, Berl 47, HO. !1H, 101 

Tannchill, John 60, 86, 88, 93, 102, 182 

Tate, Michelle 50, 100, 107, 142 

Taylor, Anna 

Taylor, Peggy 

Tedder, Barry 48, 63, 87 

Terry, Charles 

Terry, ]oe 49, 59 

Tesson, Gayle 

Thomas, Beth 76, 92 

Thomas. Glenn 70, 89 

Thomas, Greg 

Thomas, Melinda 

Thomas, Melissa 55, 81 

Thomas, Trey 60, 79 

Thomley, Jarrard 182 

Thonhill, Deborah 

Thornton, David 

Toler, Terry 74, 93 

Trehern, Riley 65 

Tresp, Geri 79 

Trigg, Mark 46, 76, 110, 160 

Trotter, Liz 59, 80 

Turner, Greg 182 

Turner, John 

Turner, Noel 74 

Tyler, William 

Tyre, James 

Tyson, Jane 53 

Tyson, Nadia 

Ulmer, Jerald 

Urban, Mike 48, 69, 100 

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Van Skiver, Kathy 63, 67, 142 
Varnadore, James 85 
Vazquez, Luis 
Velsansky, Emily 
Vogelsong, Amy 63, 72 
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Wade, Frank 
Wade, Kellye 77, 92 
Wages, Ben 68, 76 
Wagner, Michelle 62 
Wainwright, Gary 
Walden, Tom 
Walker, Gayle 
Walker, Doug 9, 67, 155 
Walker, James 
Walker, Joan 
Walker, Julia 77 
Walker, Kenneth 
Walker, Michael 
Walkinshaw, Steve 72, 74 

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Wallace, Perry 87 

Wallace, Roy 58, 86, 160 

Wallace, Terry 

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Wann, Mark 

Ward, Johnny 88, 100, 107 

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Watkins, Paula 

Watkins, Vicki 1, 53, 143 

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Watson, Paul 

Watters, Bill 

Watts, Ben 

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Weaver, Evalin 

Wechsler, Mary Jo 

Weed, Carol 84 

Weems, Joel 



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Weimer, Jack 

Weir, Carol 

Weisell, Jeff 

Weisell, Pete 

Welch, Keith 

Wells, Larry 

West, Lavernc 51 

Weston, Kathy 58 

Wetzel, Ken 48, 182 

Whaley, Mark 

Wheeler, Leslie 73, 161 

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White, Billy 

White, David 

White, Hugh 46, 76 

White, Judy 

White, Tennie 

Whitehead, Bruun 

Whitehead, Terrie 79 

Whitley, Alan 60, 87 

Whitley, Jeannette 57 

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Williams, Ernest 51, 99 

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Womack, Mildred 57, 66 

Wood, Corrine 46, 52, 56, 73 

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Wood, Randolph 76, 89 

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Woodard, Gunnar 

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Woodard, Susan 64, 155 

Woodrick, Becky 82 

Woods, Thomas 89, 182 

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Worbington, Butch 182 

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Allow me to take this opportunity to thank the Millsaps Students for making this Bobashela 79 a reality by 
your participation-whether in sports, academics, the Players or whatever. You contribute by just being a part 
of the Millsaps Community, and you are the ones who make this place special and unique. I especially 
appreciate the patience and dedication of my Assistant Editor and the many long hours of hard work on the 
part of my Photographers. I should also recognize Bill Sumrall of Paragon Press and my Brothers who have 
given freely of their time in assistance to the production of this book. 

This is 1979-your 1979-in retrospect. I hope that in years to come, it will recaptivate for your failing memory 
some of your fondest recollections of your days at the 'Saps and that you will appreciate it and keep through 
the years as you would any "good friend." 



-Tim Kemp, Editor 






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