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BOBASHELA 1981 
Millsaps College §m 
Jackson, Mississippi 



There are places III remember all my life 
though some have changed; 
All these places had their moments, 
with lovers and friends I can still recall 
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STUDENT LIFE 

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Jon Altman 



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William D. Armstrong 




Joyce McNaughton, Brandon Dorian 



Barbara Sumrall, Walter Sikora, Bruun Whitehead 




Linda Fenn 



Bill Fitzgerald 



Al Gaston 



Gusanita Grant 




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Toni Handshoe 



David Hall 



Randv Hearon 




Beveralv Hebron 



Virginia Hi 







Kim Mansel, Clyde Parks, Dale Burrus, Elizabeth Milazzo, Ann Hotjne 




Robby Williams, Joyce MacNaughton 




Patti McCall, Laurie Eskridge 



Tammy Oliver 




Lizanne Sekul 



Steve Smith 



Timothy Smithhart 




Jimmy Walker 



Steve U alkinshaw 



N'icki Watkins 



Pete Weisell 




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Dwayne Chesnult 



Elizabeth Milazzo 




Bert Tagert, Gail Tesson 







Michelle Griffith 



Vicki Watkins 




Walter Hinkle 




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Virginia Hill 




Tom Wright 



Lou Knighton 



Gretchen Kurzvvee 




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Dana Lyle 



Gerry Maddox 



Thomas Miller 



Norman Lee Morris 




Karen Maxwell 




Earl W. Spooner, III 



Claudia Stewart 



Tamm\ Oliver 




Jeff VVeisell 



LaVerne West 



Ernest C. Williams 



Beth U'ilson 




Nancy Bagby 



Betty Belungea 




Pat Bvrd 



Katln Clem 



Chris Cockrell 



Brian Cowan 




Loretta Garrot 



Jeff Giles 




Peggy Holliday 



Tvree Fields and Reif Huckabee 




Beckv Hutchinson 




John Johnson 




Rhonda Jones 



Ginger Laney 




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Michael Lanford 



Kath>- Legett 





Anne Loflin 



Deborah Mass 




Janet Reile\ 



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Elizabeth Milazzo 



Geo Morse 



KimberK M\ers 



Botv McDonald 




Laura Newland 



Monica Lynn Northington 





Lane Hartt 



Phyllis Pfanschmidt 



Oney Plunk 




Bill Marquez and David Caldwell 




Angenetta Taylor 



Jamie Taylor 



Margo Templeton 




Am\ Wilson 



Mar\ \\'ittha\er 





Candi Ashley 



Tina Ball 



Ross Earnhardt 



Peggy Barrett 




Dan Murrell 



Tana Browning 



Bett\ Burton 




Larry Cannon 



Anita Carpenter 



Tim Carrigan 



Thomas Cater 




Steve Dees 




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Lee Dempsey 




Tyree Fields 



Leslie Fisher 




Charles Adam Harbuck 



Denise Heaman 



John D. Hermann 



Marv Frances Hillman 




Rakesh Mangal 



Joyce Macnaughton 



Mered\th M\ers 



Jolene McCaleb 




Shirley Newsome 



Paul Ogden 



Kevin Albert O'Malley 



Jimmy Otts 




Lydia Smitl 



Suzette Songy 




Susan Trainor 



Michael Wlkimburgh 



Anna Louise Walker 



Linda Warwick 



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SENIOR INDEX 



Altman, M. Jonathon 
Greenville, MS 
Bachelor of Arts 
History 

Armstrong, William D. 
Jackson, MS 
Bachelor of Science 
Biology 

Boronow, Thomas Carlton 
Tuscaloosa, AL 
Bachelor of Science 
Geology 

Brown, Frank Reber 
Natchez, MS 
Bachelor of Science 
Chemistry 

Caldwell, David J. 
Carthage, MS 
Bachelor of Science 
Chemistry 

Cannon, D. Timothy 
Philadelphia, MS 
Bachelor of Science 
Chemistry 

Cater, Sherry Ann 
Gulfport, MS 
Bachelor of Arts 
English 

Champlin, Mary Lynn 
Jackson, MS 
Bachelor of Science 
Math 

Chaney, Patricia G. 
Greenville, MS 
Bachelor of Science 
Biology 

Comans, Henry Lamar Jr. 
Kosciusko 

Bachelor of Science 
Biology 

Conerly, James Michael 
Tylertown, MS 
Bachelor of Science 
Chemistry 

Crudup, Everett H. Ill 

Meridian, MS 

Bachelor of Business Administration 

Accounting 



Davison, Ralph David III 
Greenville, MS 

Bachelor of Business Administration 
Business Administration 

Easterling, Michael McCarty 

Monroe, LA 

Bachelor of Business Administration 

Accounting 

Fenn, Linda Anne 
Meridian, MS 
Bachelor of Science 
Chemistry, Psychology 

Fitzgerald, William Dakin Jr. 
New Orleans, LA 
Bachelor of Arts 
English 

Gaston, Samuel Albert III 

Meridian, MS 

Bachelor of Business Administration 

Accounting 

Grant, Gusanita 

Jackson, MS 

Bachelor of Business .administration 

Accounting 

Green, Margie 

West Point, MS 

Bachelor of Business Administration 

Business 

Hall, David Gene 
Natches, MS 
Bachelor of Science 
Chemistry 

Handshoe, Tony Frankiewiez 

Bay St. Louis, MS 

Bachelor of Business .administration 

Business 

Hearon, Randall Scott 

Birmingham, AL 

Bachelor of Business Administration 

Business 

Hebron, Beveraly A. 
Vicksburg, MS 
Bachelor of Arts 
Accounting 

Hill, Virginia Lee 
Jackson, MS 
Bachelor of Science 
Biology, Chemistry 



Hopper, Rose M. 

Meridian, MS 

Bachelor of Business Administration 

Accounting 

Jeng, Lana Lynn 
N'icksburg, MS 
Bachelor of Science 
Chemistrv 



Jones, Earl West 
Columbus, MS 
Bachelor of Science 
Chemistry 

Kerut, Timothy P. 
Picayune, MS 
Bachelor of Science 
Chemistry 

Lofton, Linda Joyce 
Collinsville, MS 
Bachelor of Arts 
Political Science 

Loiacano, Dale 
Bay St. Louis, MS 
Bachelor of Arts 
English 

Mansel, Kimberly Karol 
Carthage, MS 
Bachelor of Arts 
English 

Martin, Jeanine 

Jackson, MS 

Bachelor of Business Administration 

Accounting 

McAllister, Jeanette 
Laurel, MS 
Bachelor of Arts 
Political Science 

Middlebrook, Jimmy LaDale 
Jackson, MS 
Bachelor of Arts 
Psychology 

Morris, Michael Helm 

Atlanta, GA 

Bachelor of Business Administration 

Finance 

Morris, Mildred Davis 
Jackson, MS 



Bachelor of Arts 
Psychology 

Murrah, John Fargason 

Memphis, TN 

Bachelor of Business Administration 

Accounting 

Murrell, Dan 
Memphis, TN 
Bachelor of Arts 
French 

Nelson, Yvonne Louise 
Jackson, MS 
Bachelor of Science 
Geology 

Nichols, Penny 
Belzoni, MS 
Bachelor of Science 
Education 

Oliver, Tanny Lynn 
Clinton, MS 
Bachelor of Arts 
English 

Read, Margaret 
Natchez, MS 
Bachelor of Arts 
Psychology 

Reynolds, Jeffery Paul 
Mobile, AL 
Bachelor of Science 
Biology 

Richard, Cynthia D. 
Lake Arthur, LA 
Bachelor of Science 
Chemistry 

Richardson, Randy Kent 
Union, MS 
Bachelor of Science 
Biology 



Rutledge, Edward Bryan 

Starkville, MS 

Bachelor of Arts 

Sociology, Psychology, Philosophy 

Schneider, Shari Lynn 
Jackson, MS 
Bachelor of Arts 
English, Theatre 

Schrayer, Linda 
Glendale, AZ 
Bachelor of Arts 
English, Theatre 

Silvera, Ricor 

Rio De Janerio, Brazil 

Bachelor of Arts 

Economics 

Simpkins, Virginia 
Gulfport, MS 
Bachelor of Arts 
Sociology 

Sims, Brian James 
New Orleans, LA 
Bachelor of Science 
Mathematics 

Smith, Steve Warren 
Natchez, MS 
Bachelor of Arts 
English 

Smithhart, Timothy McCullough 
Jackson, MS 
Bachelor of Science 
Biology, Religion 

Staples, Anne C. 

Fulton, MS 

Bachelor of Business Administration 

Accounting 

Stringer, Sheryl 
Gulfport, MS 



Bachelor of Business Administration 
Accounting 

Stuart, Charles Edwin Jr. 
Baton Rouge, LA 
Bachelor of Science 
Geology 

Tagert, Bert Edwin 
St. Augustine, FL 
Bachelor of Science 
Chemistry 

Trotter, Elizabeth A. 
Metairie, LA 
Bachelor of Arts 
Political Science 

Tyson, Janie 
Jackson, MS 
Bachelor of Science 
Biology 

Walker, James Gaillard Jr. 
Jackson, MS 
Bachelor of Science 
Biology 

Walkinshaw, Steven Scott 
Gulfport, MS 
Bachelor of Science 
Geology 

Watkins, Vicki 
Jackson, MS 
Bachelor of Arts 
English 

Weisell, Peter 
Glenwood, MS 

Bachelor of Arts 
Psychology 



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ACTIVITIES 
ACTIVITIES 



ACTIVITIES 




CHI OMEGA ANNUAL SONG FEST 









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1980 
HOME 
COMING 
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1980 HOMECOMING COURT 



CAST OF CHARACTERS 



SIR DINADAN Enc Glatzer* 

SIR LIONEL Thomas Starnes 

MERLYN Gayden Newton 

KING ARTHUR Mark Tngg 

GUENEVERE Susan Bnndley* 

NIMUE Jennifer Bennett* 

A PAGE Thomas Bell 

LANCELOT Jay Gotten 

SQUIRE DAP Dan Murrell 

KING PEILLINORE Michael Case* 

CLARIUS Al Gaston 

SIR SAGRAMORE Mark Rogers 

TUMBLERS Jimmy Crump, Jack Forbes, Joyce MacNaughton 

JUGGLER Mark Hopkins 

LADY ANNE Shan Schneider* 

MORDRED Rob Weber 

QUEEN MORGAN LE FEY Linda Schrayer* 

••GUENEVERE" NARRATOR Tyree Fields 

TOM OF WARWICK Jeff Redding 

KNIGHTS AND LADIES Anita Addington, Pat Benton, Sally BeviU, 

Jimmy Crump, Alien Finley, Jack Forbes, Al Gatson, Anne Gaudet, Peggy HoUiday, Mark Hopkins, Kim Jones, Lucy 

Lacev, Joyce McNaughton, Stephanie Reddoch, Katherine Stark, Donald Walsh. 
THE COURT OF MORGAN LE FEY Anita Addington, 

Thomas Bell, Jennifer Bennett*, Jimmy Crump, Al Gaston, Eric Glatzer*, Peggy Holliday, Mark Hopkins, Daria Kath- 

mann, Lucy Lacey, Mark Rogers. Shari Schneider* 





"CAMELOT" 



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LOOK BACK IN ANGER" 



CAST OF CHARACTERS 

JIMMY PORTER ERIC GLATZER* 

A senior theatre major from Jackson, with The Millsaps Players in A CRY OF PLAYERS, 
OTHELLO, as Ambrose Kemper in THE MATCHMAKER, Jack Favell in REBECCA, Alan 
Seymour in PICNIC, Simon BUss in HAY FEVER, Mike Mooney in PAINT YOUR WAGON, 
Jack Chesney in CHARLEY'S AUNT, Sir Dinadan in CAMELOT. 

CLIFF LEWIS THOMAS STARNES 

A freshman theatre major from Lakeland; in high school productions of THE DESPERATE 
HOURS and THE WIZARD OF OZ; with The Players as Sir Uonel in CAMELOT. 

AUSON PORTER CAMILLE CLEMENT 

A junior English major from Gulfport; member of Kappa Delta; on the Dean's List of Honor 
Students; member of Eta Sigma and Sigma Lambda; with The Players as Marian Almond in 
THE HEIRESS; Minnie Fay in THE MATCHMAKER; Ela Delahay in CHARLEY'S AUNT. 

HELENA CHARLES SHARI SCHNEIDER* 

A senior English and theatre major from Jackson; at Hinds in THE FANTASTICKS, AFTER 
THE RAIN; in THE ROBBER BRIDEGROOM at New Stage; with The Players as Millie 
Owens in PICNIC; as Sorel Bliss in HAY FEVER; Jennifer Rumson in PAINT YOUR 
WAGON: Lady Anne in CAMELOT. 

COLONEL REDFERN BRAD JEFFRIES 

A sophomorebusinessmajorfrom Jackson; member of Kappa Alpha; in Wingfield productions 
of "The Serpent" and THE MUSIC MAN. 



"THE APPLE TREE" 

ACT ONE: " ADAM AND EVE" 

Directed by KRISTINA K. MORRIS* 



THE CAST 

ADAM JAY GOTTEN* 

EVE SHARI SCHNEIDER* 

SNAKE TYREE FIELDS 



'MY SISTER EILEEN" 

CAST OF CHARACTERS 



MR. APPOPOLOUS Steve Dees 

KUTH SHKRWOOU Linda Sclirayer* 

EILEEN SHERWOOD Camille Clement 

JENSEN Allen Finley 

TWO DRUNKS Kevin Castillo, Rob Weber* 

OFFICER LONICAN Thomas Starnes 

A STRAWBERRY VENDOR James Henley 

TWO HOYS Buddy Schmidt, Jay Hannon 

THE WRECK Jay Cotten 

MR. FLETCHER Mark Rogers 

HELEN WADE Laura Berry 

FRANK LIPPINCOTT Jack Forbes 

CHIC CLARK Eric Glatzer* 

THE RUSSIAN COSSACK Mark Hopkins 

VIOLET SHELTON Shari Schneider* 

MRS. WADE Stephanie Reddoch 

ROBERT BAKER Michael Case* 

SIX FUTURE ADMIRALS Kevin Castillo, 

James Henley, Mark Hopkins, Brad Jeffreys, Mark Rogers, Rol) Weber* 

WALTER SHERWOOD Donald Walsh 

A PROSPECTIVE TENANT Susan Brindley* 

THE CONSUL Robby Williams 

SAND HOGS Rob Weber*, Kevin Castillo 

PASSERS-BY Susan Brindley*, Kevin Castillo, 

James Henley, Mark Hopkins, Brad Jeffreys, Phyllis Pfanschmidt, Stephanie Reddock, Mark Rogers, Rob 

Weber, Robbv Williams 



''ALICE IN WONDERLAND 

Directed by ERIC KEITH GLATZER* 



THE ACTORS: 

JENNIFER BENNETT* COURTNEY STACY 

MICHAEL CASE* ROBERT WEBER* 

JOYCE MacNAUGHTON ROBBY WILLIAMS 



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"CANDIDA" 

CAST OP^ CHARACTERS 

MISS PROSERPINE GARNETT SHARI SCHNEIDER* 

A junior theatre major from Jackson; at Hinds in AFTER THE RAIN and THE FANTASTICKS; in THE 
ROBBER BRIDEGROOM at New Stage; with The Players as MilHe Owens in PICNIC, Sorel BHss in HAY 
FEVER, Jennifer Rumson in PAINT YOUR WAGON, Ladv Anne in CAMELOT, Helena Charles in LOOK 
BACK IN ANGER, Violet Shelton in MY SISTER EILEEN, Eve in THE APPLE TREE. 

THE REVEREND JAMES MAVOR MORELL JAY GOTTEN* 

A junior theatre major from Clinton; on the Dean's List of Honor Students; member of Omicron Delta Kappa; 
at the University of Southern Mississippi played major roles in ROSKNCRANTZ AND GUILDENSTERN 
ARE DEAD, THE NUTCRACKER, CHANSON D'ARTHUR (best actor award), MAME, THE HOLLOW, 
THE PLAYBOY OF THE WESTERN WORLD, AS YOU LIKE IT; in the upcoming ABCTV film DON'T 
LOOK BACK; a Millsaps Leadership Scholar; with The Plavers as I^incelot in CAMELOT, as The Wreck in 
MY SISTER EILEEN, as Adam in THE APPLE TREE. 

THE REVEREND ALEXANDER MILL KEVIN CASTILLO* 

A junior theatre major from Lucedale; member of Pi Kappa Alpha; with The Plavers in MY SISTER EILEEN, 
as Sandy Tyrel in HAY FEVER, as Sam in PAINT YOUR WAGON. 

MR. BURGESS R0BP:RT WEBER* 

A junior theatre and philosophy major from Atlanta; on the Dean's list of Honor Students; with The Players in 
PICNIC, ALICE IN WONDERLAND, as Edgar Crocker in PAINT YOUR WAGON, Mordred in CAMELOT, 
won the 1980 Millsaps Players Acting Award for Lord Fancourt-Bahberley in CHARLP]Y'S AUNT. 

CANDIDA MORELL COURTNEY STACY 

A sophomore theatre major from Natchez; played major roles in hometown productions of VANITIES, 
ECCENTRICITIES OF A NIGHTINGALE, DEAR RUTH; with Tlw Plavers in SOUTH PACIFIC, THE 
SWAN, ALICE IN WONDERLAND, as Jenny in A CRY OF PLAYERS, as Madge in PICNIC. 

EUGENE MARCHBANKS DARIN HYFR 

A freshman from Atlanta; member of Pi Kappa Alpha; plaved principal roles in Atlanta high school 
productions of THE APPLE TREE. THE DEt^K SET, IN WHITE AMERICA, MAN ( )F l.A MANCHA, THE 
FANTASTICKS, THE MUSIC MAN. JACt^UES BREL IS AL1\'E AND WELL AND I.IN'ING IN PARIS. 



Jenffifer Bennett 

in 
"The Belle of Amherst" 

from a play based on the life of 
Emily Dickinson 
by William Luce 

Directed by M. Wayne Packer 



TROUBADORS 




front: Maud Deles Gober, Gwen Clopton, Susan Brindley, Sally Bevili, Carrie Arnold, Suzann Phillips, Jo-Anna Ray, Amy 
Youngblood; back: Dan Murrell, Tim Smithhart, Ken Lancaster, Alan Findley, Thomas Bell, Tommy Williamson, Jim 
Magnus, Jay Garrett 





President Harmon and Kenny Holloway com 
pete for the business department in the three 
legged race. 



ELIZABETHAN 
FAIRE 



Queen Pegg>' Hollida\ regalK rides to her coro- 
nation. 



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Eric Glatzer voraciously participated in the King Henry 
VIII pancake eating contest. 



Ladies-in-waiting Beth Wilson and Lorissa Krolls give aid 
to the Queen as she is crowned by the Archbishop, Jay 
Cotton. 




Camille Clement and Linda Schrayer roll to the starting line for the wheel- 
barrow race. 



The next two pages are dedi- 
cated to tlie apatlietic majorit\ 
of Millsaps. 



The next two pages are dedicated to the hope of next year be- 
ing the start of a new c()nsci()iisn(\ss of w hat Millsaps has to offer 
its students bevond the academic. And it is also dedicated to the 
hope that the students might reahze what they, too, have to 
offer the Millsaps community. 

We, the 1981 BOBASMEI.A staff, challenge you to become 
involved. With a rising football program, a new era of basket- 
ball, the good times with each other at baseball games, and an 
all new program of college soccer next year will prove to be a 
promising year for sports. 
LET'S GET INVOIA ED! 

As Lance enters his 27th season directing The Millsaps Play- 
ers, we may look forward to the continued excellence of the 
theatre department, and also to our further enjoyment. 
LET'S GET INVOLVED! 

In Bill's first year of directing The Singers we have seen a re- 
newed excitement on the campus towards music. And, with 



the revival of The Troubadors we have seen and heard sounds'^ 
never before experienced by us. 
LET'S GET INVOLVED! ^ ""^ 

Are we able to interact with one another? Is it possible for us to 
be more than an academic institution, more than a community, 
more of a whole? What about intramurals? Men, women, inde- 
pendents, and Greeks, we challenge each of you to participate 
on the field and on the sidelines, but for more than points. Let's 
do it for fun, and because we can do it together. 
LET'S GET INVOLVED! 

When the SAC provides us with entertainment and activities, 
we challenge you to take advantage of the opportunity to be 
with one another. And last, but certainly not least, when there's 
a Sig party, "Be there. Aloha!" After all, as was once said by a 
minister of the United Methodist Church, Byrd Hillman, Sr., 
"Don't let college get in the way of your education." 
LET'S GET INVOLVED! 





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PANHELLENIC COUNCIL 




INTERERATERNITY COUNCIL 




ALPHA PHI ALPHA 

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"In 1865 at Washington and Lee ' President Lil Da\e . . The> Skippit> 
Hops . ^ Old Rose Helene . . New . . . Rose Byron . . . Black and U'hite 
Luau ^ . . Ormicron Delta Kappa. Troubadors, Sigma Lambda. Sing- 
ers and Pla> ers . . . Intramural Champs, again . . . Scholarship Cup. again 
. . . Bobb\ and Andrew together again . . . "Too Cool Blake\ ' . . Let me 
show \ou how to ride that motorcycle . . . Serenade . , . Smithhart s a Sig 
. . . Root - . . Dagger Dadd\- and Owl Man Court . . . "and all those 
DAMNED OLE YANKEES can simpK go to hell'" 




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"There's a bond " . . . Owl Man . . . white carnations 
. . . cardinal and straw . . . Owl Man: Teddy . . . 
Elizabethan Queen . . . GWO . . . Big Sister Hunt . . . 
Omicron Delta Kappa . . . Beta Beta Beta . . . Sigma 
Lamda . . . Alpha Epsilon Delta . . . Pike Dream 
Court . . . Serenade . . . Slave Sale . . . Millsaps Play- 
ers and Singers . . . Bobashela . . . "the pin of pearls" 
. . . "the X and horseshoe . . . "Oh, to reach my 
destination and a Chi Omega be. " 




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KAPPA 
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Butch R. Dawg . . . Coolout . . . Wildman , , . Sigs save Homecoming . . . Mardi Gras . . . Who's Dream Court? . . . Senior 
Faction . . . Songfest . . . 2nd Semester . . . Rush . . . Road Lizard ... a real vegetable garden . . . BARN DANCE . . . Kappa 
Sigma Football Team . . . Lamar . . . Wroten Report ... in all seriousity . . . Founder's Day . . . Colbeer . . . CS's . . . Missile 
Command . . . Where's Teddy? . . . Hostage Hoedown . . . Dagger Daddy? . . . Owl Man? . . . Phi Mu Mister? . . . The Model 
. . . D.U.L from M D 20/20 ... "I wonder if the Sigs are essin' with me? " . . . Coasters! ... "I didn't know I was asleep til I 
woke up! . . . HDLNC, GDOMN, ... you really should have been a Sig! . . . A.E.K.D.B. . . . 



KAPPA 
DELTA 







The White Rose . emerald and pearl . . . KD Lady . . AOT . . . 
Scholarship award . . . Millsaps Players and Singers . . , Trouba- 
dors . . . Emerald Ball . . . KA Rose . . . Pike Dream Court 
Pike Dream Girl . . . Easter Seals Telethon , . . Natchez Pilgrim- 
age Queen . . . Omicron Delta Kappa . Sigma Lambda . . 
homecoming maids. . Elizabethan court . Greek Goddess 
. . . Methodist Children's Home . , . Intramurals. 




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Part) til \ou what':' . . \et another hell-raisin' Pike Old North . . . The 
Manor-not just a home, a way of life . . . Greek Goob, Master Major? . , . 
Beth, Dream Girl . . . Oney, Tammy, Kathy, Ann . . . ODK Pres. Goob of 
the ^^'eek . . . N'estal, Brown at Montana's. Doggie . . . Foosh. Pres? . . . 
what school, off icers? . . . S.E.B. Philip and Birdsong . . G.PA Quinn. . . 
Birdie, Body, Brown-Dagger Daddies . . . Troubadors, Singers, Players 
. . . Hank, Mr. Bill? . . . Model Pledge— McRaney . . . Killer . . . PJebe 
Lester , . . Coon . . M Mister . . , Talk a little Al . . Pal Poet's . . . Order 
and Sobriety . . . H-M. 'S\'-H's Club . . Cottonball . . . The Bob & Kimble 
Show , . . Mr. X, the candy man . . . The Midnight movers ... In Situ . . . 
what S7000 . . . Opie ... Big Apple . . Look at the ceiling . . . G.Y D.! . . . 
the Gurrilla Quartet . . . Pikes still can't spele ... •-"■ KA, Ruff Turner 
. . . Brant & Dan. 



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THIS YEAR DEDICATED TO MARSHA LEA CRANDALL "TO 
KEEP FOREVER SACRED THE MEMORY OF THOSE WE 
HAVE LOVED AND LOST.' 

"It's a world of rose, it's a world of white " . . . Secrect Big sisters . . . 
Phi Phantoms . . . It's a hard Phi life . . . Enchantress Ball . . . The 
Bear . . . "Tears and fears and feelin proud! . . . Boogie Bear and 
SONGFEST! , , Intramurals: Go For It! . . Queen Ann and maids 
Cathy and Tama . . . Singers . . . Troubadours , . Players , . Dug- 
gars in Who's Who (and everything else!) . . . Sigma Lambda . . . 
ODK . . . Theta Nu Sigma . . . Beta Beta Beta . . . Eta Sigma . . . 
AlphaEpsilon Delta . . . Bobashela Staff . . . Crescent Girl Jo-Anna 
. . . Crescent Girl Dot, Margo, Marie . . . another CANDLE- 
LIGHT?! ... we lahve rush . . . tennis team . . . Lady Majors . . . 
varsity Softball . . . crepe paper in the dryer . . . WWW. Juana — 
Yes, Jo, we do believe you! . . . Phi Mu Mister Dan . . Brad, Chuck, 
Dan, and Ken . . . Phi Mu Mister Emeritus Dave . . . Western Party: 
"Swimming Anyone?" . . . Song and Candle . . . Has beens but not 
forgotten . . . LES SOEURS FIDELES . . . "It's a Phi Mu World of 
Love. " 



LAMBDA 

CHI 

ALPHA 




Massive Carnage . . . The Amazing Wobbly Man Right People . . . Goo-ood Morning! . . . Bucko . . . Keyen . . . Buddha . . . 
K-r-a-f-t . . . Where the hell is Kosciusko?;;; Insidious Prevaricators . . . Rrima D . . . Mitchell's late night snacks . . . David's 
Library/Sigma File; . . . The Affliction . . . But you have a girlfriend at home . . . Ginger . . . Kip Sequoia . . . Sunnybrook . . . 
French Shoe Game . . Dorthy, Margaret, Marie, Margo, Jo- Anna . . . Steve Smith Fan Club . , . Naughty Boy . . . Edwin . . . 
Oogie . . . The Green Brick . . . Wocka-Wocka-Wocka . . . Dispell BS . . . Clean Sheets . . . Doo-Dah . . . God is Pissed . . . 
Multiple O's. 



ALPHA 
KAPPA 
ALPHA 





Ambitious . . . Kind . , . Always a Lady . . . stepdovvns 
. . . Songfest . . . Faith Hope . . . Charity . . . AED . . . 
BSA . . . Sigma Lambda . . . Judicial Council . . . Tri 
Beta . . Founder's Dinner . . . Lovesong . . . SORORS 
. . , Frats! . . . Atlanta Save the Children Walk-a-Thon 
. . . Pink and Green . . . AKA scholar AKA connection 
. . . Bake Sale . Easter Eggs . . . Trick or Treat . . . 
Christmas Party . . . Lorraine Green . . . Regional We 
Strut Down . . . AKA Blues . . . Who's Who . . . AKA ■,- A 
= Love , . . Iv\' Leaf . . . Skee-Wee! 




SPORTS 
SPORTS 



SPORTS 



FOOTBALL 




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1980— UNDEFEATED— 9-0 




A Year To Remember 



The undefeated 1980 Millsaps Majors football team was a great one. It was a team that was easy to 
work with and had a burning desire to win and with that attitude, it did so. It was a team that had two 
great football players at all twenty-two positions. This was a first at Millsaps in the seventeen years 
Coach Ranager and myself have coached here. It allowed us the luxury of alternating players at each 
position without the fear of hurting ourselves. 

Millsaps College has been playing intercollegiate football for si.xty-one years and the undefeated 
season was the first in the history of the school. As a coach, it was also my first although my teams have 
come \\ ithin one point of having an undefeated season on three different occasions. 

The Majors of 1980 were a record setting team in many respects. With approximately 220 Division 
III teams playing intercollegiate football, Millsaps led the entire nation in Scoring Defense by allowing 
opponents a total of 31 points for the entire season. The team finished second nationally in Rushing 
Offense with a 290.2 yard average per game; second in Scoring Offense with an average of 38.9 points 
average per game; second in Total Defense with an average of 137.2 yards per game by opponents; and 
second in Rushing Defense with 43.3 yards per game average. This is truly a remarkable achievement 
because very few teams even rank in one category in national statistics. 

This team had a lot of PRIDE. It worked hard for what it achieved and I personally am proud to be a 
part of this great football team. 



Harper Davis 

Head Football Coach 



Millsaps (9-0^ 



Team 

STATISTICS 



OPP 

132 77 

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3245 1235 

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52-455 50-469 

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0-0 0-0 60 

2-3 27 35 45 



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OPPONENT 


7 1 


7 


7—31 




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No 


Yd»- 


Avg. 


Lng 




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5 8 






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80 








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163 


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70 


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43 




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55 


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10 




37 




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2 5 




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2 




3 2 




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2 




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2412 


5.5 




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XS 


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13 






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303 3 






40 




43 


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87 


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115 




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52 




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145 






No > 


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Avg 


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37 








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27 






Tofoll 




113 


n.3 


X 


Opp 


72 


1150 


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10 6 






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20 




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205 


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71 




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69 


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1980 Millsaps Majors 




Senate commends Millsaps 

JACKSON (Special) — The Mississippi Senate has passed a 
resolution commending the Millsaps College football team and 
coaches on their undefeated 1980 football season 

Senate concurrent resolution No. 516 congratulated the Majors 
for their achievement "which can only be attained by long hours of 
practice, dedication to the game and skillful, knowledgeable 
coaching." 

In its nine-game schedule last season, the team held its 1980 
opponents to only 31 points while the team itself amassed 350 
pomts. 

"Under the leadership of head coach Harper Davis and assistant 
coach Tommy Ranager, each member of the team displayed 
untiring enthusiasm and expert knowledge of the fundamentals 
and strategy of football ana sense of true sportsmanship," the 
resolution states "The Millsaps majors have earned the respect 
and admiration of fans throughout this football enthusiastic state." 



Football Roster 




James Henley 


7 


B\rd Hillman 


9 


Daryl McLeod 


10 


Marshall Pemberton 


11 


Joe Rooks 


12 


Rick Coggin 


14 


Chris Busick 


15 


Claude Arnett 


20 


Melvin Smith 


21 


Randy Hammond 


22 


Jesse McRight 


24 


Joe\ Shelton 


25 


David Miller 


26 


Da\id C'ooper 


30 


Keith Webb 


31 


Ken WVtzel 


32 


(;huck .Smith 


33 


Wilhe McCollum 


40 


Darreck Sullivan 


41 


Rand> West 


42 


Tony West 


43 


Dennis DeLee 


44 


Pat B>rd 


45 


Frank Dulaney 


50 


.•\nthon\ Bonds 


51 


Mike Morris 


52 


Mike Grantham 


55 


Roger Smith 


61 


Mike Bro\les 


62 


Perr\ Smith 


63 


Robert Hemby 


64 


N'ick Smith 


66 


Louis Gilbert 


70 


Tim Tucker 


71 


Jim Bobo 


72 


Dan Keel 


74 


Frank Lyle 


81 


Jody Hilton 


82 


Mike Turello 


83 


Gus Morris 


84 


David Ruhl 


87 


Brad Chism 


88 




MEN'S 
BASKETBALL 

The 1980-81 season was not a great success. Although the number of 
wins increased from the year before, the total remained miserably low. 
After the season ended, an announcement was made concerning a 
coaching change. It was believed that in order to bring the basketball 
program to the level of excellence associated with Millsaps Athletics a 
coaching change was necessar>'. The new coach has welcomed the 
challenge. Good Luck!' 





Team Members are: (Kneeling) Jerry Martin, David Holcomb, 
Doug Hanegan, Brian Sims, Danny Farmer (standing) Tom Scott, 
Monte Rector, Tommy Murrey, Rick Poulter, Randy Hearon, Ker- 
ry Goss, John Thibodeaux, Michael Ford. 




I feel that with a new coach next year, we will be successful." 
Tommy Murrey. 



WOMEN'S 
BASKETBALL 

The Lady Majors proved to be quite competitive this year. Although 
the record of 6-20 sounds hke a bad season, one must reahze many of 
the games were decided only in the closing moments. Under the lead- 
ership of Coach Mary Ann Edge, the Lady Majors have come from a 
group of girls interested in basketball to a cohesive team with a motto 
"together we can." Considering the team has existed for a mere 3 years, 
much progress has been made. A bright future is expected for the 
coming year. 





Team Members are: (kneeling) Karen Graves, Karen Maxwell, Susan 
Ramage, Elizabeth Jordan, Fran Wilson, Janet Butler, Faye Smith, 
Lisa Mathis. (Standing) Kathy Clem — trainer, Wanda Smith, Shawn 
Perry, Hilda White, Daphne Montgomery, Stephanie Durow, Carol 
Weed, Caria Smith — manager, and Coach Mary Ann Edge. 




"The Lady Majors have come a long way since our first 
team three years ago." — Carol Weed 



SCOREBOARD 



MEN'S 



FOOTBALL 

Fisk 51-0 

Southwestern at Memphis26- 
10 
University of the South 33-7 
Central Florida 8-7 

St. Leo 67-0 

Baptist College 57-0 

Baptist Christian 7-0 

Maryville 17-7 

Landmark 84-0 

Record 9-0 

MVP— Chuck Smith 
James Coo- 
per 
Best Offensive Lineman — 
Mike Morris 

Best Defensive Lineman — 
Lewis Gilbert 

Best Defensive Back — 
Claude Arnett 



BASEBALL 

Rust 9-5, 6-0 

Fisk 5-3, 14-1 

Washington University5-12, 14- 
3, 7-4, 
Huntington 3-8 

Principia 10-3, 6-8, 1-0 

Lakeland 17-3, 8-1, 1-2, 1-8 
St. Olaf 4-5 

Southwestern at Memphis 5-12 
Mississippi College 1-8 

Southwestern at Memphis6-5, 9- 
3, 5-8, 8-5 
Mississippi College 3-10 

Belhaven 5-8, 1-5 

Record 13-12 

MVP— Byrd Hillman (batted 
.300 with a .937 fielding avg.) 
Best Defensive Player — Vern 
Palmisano (902 fielding avg.) 
.\cademic Award — Steve Hull 
(Education Major-3.2 GPA) 



BASKETBALL 


Baptist Christian 93-71 


SWAG College 


98-63 


Arkansas/Monticello 


48-56 


Stillman College 


101-81 


Belhaven 


45-44 


Fisk 


77-81 


Maryville 


71-78 


Mississippi College 


71-86 


Dallas Christian 


67-88 


Arlington Christian 


84-49 


Southeastern Bibl 


e Col- 


lege 


98-71 


Belhaven 


67-75 


Mississippi College 


81-80 


William Carey 


60-73 


Southwestern at Memphis70- 



Southeastern Bible Col- 
lege 79-92 
Tougaloo 51-61 
Stillman 64-56 
William Carey 45-49 
Tougaloo 78-98 
Southwestern at Memphis42- 
43 
Pensacola 56-75 
Best Defensive Player — 
Danny Farmer 
Most Improved Player — 
Mike Ford 
MVP— Tom Scott 



1980-81 



WOMEN'S 
BASKETBALL 



Southeastern Bible 


1 J^JLJ 

60-55 




Stillman 


54-74 ! 


Tougaloo 


39-76 1 


Miss. Industrial 


41-46 ' 


L'. of New Orleans 


45-103 ; 


Tougaloo 


52-66 


W 


Blue Mountain 


50-41 


3 


Belhaven 


30-73 




Miss. Industrial 


46-59 




Blue Mountain 


57-59 


J; 


Spring Hill 


61-63 


!• 


Christian Brothers 


45-46 




Belhaven 


66-84 




Millsaps Invitational: 






Spring Hill 


50-64 




Belhaven 


47-52 




U'illiam Carey 


54-76 


i 


Southwestern 


75-47 




West Florida 


72-59 




Southeastern Bible 


64-38 




Rust 


56-72 


■?. 


William Carey 


65-69 


t 


Southwestern 


64-53 




Christian Brothers 


65-89 




West Florida 


60-61 




Spring Hill 


48-81 




MAIAW STATE TOURNA- 




MENT: 






VN'illiam Carey 


53-68 




MVP— Carol Weed 






Best Offensive Player — 




Daphne Montgomery 






Best Defensive Pla 


yer — 




Faye Smith 







! 

j MEN'S 




TENNIS 




Univ. Miss. 


1-8 


, Miss. St. U. 


2-7 


Delta St. U. 


7-2 


Wm. Carey 


9-0 


Central U. of Iowa 


7-2 


j Marquette U. 


5-4 


1 Washington U. 


5-4 


Jackson St. U. 


6-3 


U. West Florida 


9-0 


Belhaven 


2-7 


Delta St. U. 


5-4 


Miss. College 


5-4 


U. Southern Miss. 


2-7 


Southwest Missouri St. U 


4-5 • 


Belhaven 


4-5 


Calvin College 


8-1 


U. Southern Miss. 


2-7 


Gustavus Adolphus (Gold)2- i 


Gustavus Adolphus(Black)5- 


U. West Florida 


6-0 . 


Emory Univ. 


8-1 


Most Improved Player— 


-Bri- 


an Rutledge 




MVP — Shane Langston 


, 


Team Captain 80-81— 


-Bill 1 


Harper 







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WOMEN'S 
SOFTBALL 

The Millsaps Softball team 
got off to a slow start this year 
but they are looking forward 
to next year. In their first 
year of e.xistence the Majors 
played two doubleheaders 
against Belhaven. They were 
defeated in all their games, 
but if you consider that Mill- 
saps practiced only twice 
compared to every day to 
Belhaven, then you realize 
the team made a pretty good 
showing. 





WOMEN'S 






TENNIS 






L niv. Miss. 


2-7 




Miss. St. U. 


6-3 




La. Tech. Univ. 


4-5 




L' West Florida 


9-0 




Southern Illinois U. 


4-5 




Delta St. 


9-0 




I . New Orleans 


5-2 




Mi.ss. College 


6-3 




L . Southern Miss. 


6-:3 


La. Tech. U. 


4-5 


Ciustavus Adolphus 


~.--) 


Delta St. U. 


9-0 


(iustavus Adolphus 


5-4 


Miss College default 


i 


I West Florida 


9-0 : 


L'niv. Southern Miss. 


7-'"' 


Most Improved Player— 


Giniu 


\egas 


1 


MVP — Lucia da Silviera 






Team Captain 81-82- 


-Nan- 




nette Thomas 







BASEBALL 

"The team ended their season April 21, with an overall won-loss 
record of 13-12, with an \CAA Division III record of 11 wins and 5 
losses. Personnel for the team was young with Vern Palmisano being 
the only senior. \'ern was a 4 year starter, playing second base and 
shortstop. His last t\\ o seasons he was elected as Best Defensive Player." 

— Coach Tommy Ranager 





1981 MILLSAPS BASEBALL 
TEAM 



Freshmen — Joe Rooks 


rightfield 




Larry Cannon 


pitcher 


Sophomores — David Cooper 


third base 




Tim Gill pitcher and third 






base 




Steve Hull 


pitcher 




David Christmas 


second base 




Dewey Gilbert 


pitcher 


Juniors- 


-Jerrv Maddox pitch 


er and first 
base 




Byrd Hillman 


catcher 




Joey Shelton 


leftfield 




Gary Alderman 


centerfield 




Danny Farmer 


first base 




Dennis DeLee 


rightfield 




Eric Gamble 


pitcher 




Melvin Smith 


pitcher 




Thomas Woods 


pitcher 




Les Hull 


pitcher 




Darryl McCloud 


designated 
runner 


Seniors- 


— \'ern Palmisano second base and 






shortstop 





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MEN'S 
TENNIS 



Jim Montgomery has been tennis coach at Millsaps for 19 years. In 
those years, he has coached the men's tennis team to one of the finest in 
the nation. In the Division III Tournament, the Majors have finished in 
the top 8 teams in 5 of the last 6 years. The team finished their regular 
season with an overall match record of 13-8, with a Division III record 
of 6-1. Once again, the team is participating in the national tourna- 
ment. 



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1981 Men s Tennis Team — First Row, from left: Shane Langston, Lee Mor- 
ris, Mike Redwine, Carroll Todd, Ricor Silviera. Second Row from left: Glen 
McLemore, Clay Haller, Bryan Rutledge, Bill Harper, leff Alexander, Glen 
Weachter. 



NCAA 
DIVISION III 
TOURNAMENT 
RECORD 



1975 


7th 


1976 


4th (tie) 


1977 


15th (tie) 


1978 


8th 


1979 


3rd 


1980 


7th 


The 1981 


NCAA Division III 


Tournament is being held in 


Salisbury, 


Md. For the 7th 


straight year, Millsaps received 


an invitation to play. 



WOMEN'S 

TENNIS 




INTRAMURALS 

More students participate in intramural sports than in any other 
single activity during the school year. Competing head to head against 
your classmates is a great way to rid yourself of those anxieties you have 
about that next exam (that always seems to be the morning after the big 
game). Some watch, some play, but everybody enjoys intramurals. 





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INTRAMURAL CHAMPs" 




Men's 


League 


Women' 


s League 


Soccer 


Pikes 


Flag Football 


Phi Mu's 


Volleyball 


"A"-KA's 


Volleyball 


"A"-Independents 




"B"-Independents 




"B"-Phi Mu's 


Tennis 




Basketball 


"A"-Independents 


Doubles 


Vern Palmisano, 




"B"-Phi Mu's 




Bobby Hogg 


Softball 


Phi Mu's 




Independents 






Singles 


Peter Langworthy 
Independent 






Basketball 


"A"-KA's 

"B"-Independents 






Softball 


Average White Team 








ORGANIZATIONS 

OK(^^^'iZ'\T!C)NS 



ORGANIZATIONS 



STUDENT EXEC-„ 
UTIVE BOARD 

One of the governing boards of Millsaps Student Asso- 
ciation is the Student Executive Board. The SEB is com- 
posed of the officers of the Student Senate. The Student 
Senate is composed of not more than 20 voting members 
elected from the Millsaps Student Association. Repre- 
sentatives are chosen by petition. Members are chosen 
bv the third Tuesday in September and serve their conc- 
tituency the length of the academic year. SEB officers 
are elected at large from the Millsaps Student Associ- 
ation. This year the officers are (right) President, Brad 
Chism; (ne.xt page, top left)Peter Bernheim, First Vice- 
President; (top right, p. 125) Richard Birdsong, Second 
Nice-President; (bottom left)Lauri Stamm, Secretary; 
and (bottom right) Phillip Gaines, Treasurer. 

The duties of the Student Senate according to the 
Constitution are "to exercise legislative and executive 
pow er over those non-academic areas of collegiate activ- 
ity that are in most instances the responsibility of stu- 
dents," including 1) the apportionment of funds collect- 
ed by the College as Student Association fees; 2) the 
granting or revoking of charters to use campus facilities 
and funds by student organizations; 3) formulating rules 
of social and dormitor\ conduct; 4) the conduction of 
Student Association Election; 5) traditional class respon- 
sibilities; 6) the intramural program. 






ALPHA EPSILON 
DELTA 

"An Honor for Honor Students" — As the Premedical Honor Soci- 
ety, the main function of Alpha Epsilon Delta is to encourage and 
recognize excellence in premedical scholarship. Its educational ob- 
jective is to stimulate an appreciation of the importance of preme- 
dical education in the study of medicine. The Society also binds 
together similarly interested students who are preparing for careers 
in medicine, dentistry , optometry, vetinary medicine, and in allied 
health fields such as nursing, and medical technology. 

An active member of AED is a student who has completed at least 
one semester of work in three different sciences and has maintained 
both an overall and science average of 3.0 or better 

The officers of AED are: (right, left to right) Virginia Hill, secre- 
tar\; Rand\' Richardson, Vice-President; Debbie Dorsett, Treasur- 
er; Lane Jeng, President; Bert Taggert, Historian; and Dr. Micke 
Smith, sponsor. Other members include Claude Arnett, Peter Bern- 
heim, Roy Berry, David Biggers, Richard Birdsong, John Blizzard, 
Roger Bradford, Mark Britt. Anita Broome, Andy Brown, Dan 
Burrus, Travis Burt, Tim Cannon, Kathy Clem, Jackie Clark, Henry 
Comans, Michael Connerly, Benny Douglas, Dave Draughn, Patty 
Duggar, Terrance Ellis, Alan Ferguson, Allen Flowers, Sandy Fra- 
zier, Michelle Griffith, Michael Grillis, David Hall, George Harris, 
Paul Hathorn, Dorothy Hodges, Bobby Hogg, Mickell Jarratt, John 
Johnson, Milton Johnson, West Jones, Tim Kerut, Larisa Krolls, 
Barry Lee, Dale Loiacano, Dennis McGraw, Russ McPherson, Rex, 
Moak, Patricia Moulds, Jim Morris, Lee Morris, Ann Nguyen, 
Thuan Nguyen, Monica Northington, Vern Palmisano, Jim Poole, 
Brenda Price, Rory Roark, Russell Rooks, Lizanne Sekul, Bruce 
Senter, Stuart Simon, Larry Sivils, Tim Smithhart, Mark Stringer, 
Barry Tedder, Riley Trehorn, John Turner, Janie Tyson, Chip Wal- 
ters, III, Vicki White, Bob Wilkins, Theresa Williams, and Wade 
Youne. 



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ALPHA 
ETA 



SIGMA 



Alpha Eta Sigma is the new accounting honorary formed this 
year and proudly inducted 19 charter members. AES strives to 
promote the study and practice of accounting. Its membership is 
open to those who have declared a major in accounting; have com- 
pleted at least three semesters in accounting with a cumulative 
grade average of at least a 3,0 in accounting; and have attained a 
cumulative 2.5 in all subjects completed. 

Alpha Eta Sigma s aim is to become a service to the campus bv 
sponsoring beneficial programs and to its members by encouraging 
a sense of ethical, social, and public responsibility. 

The 1981 officers are: (left, seated) Nancy Bagby, President; 
Terrell Ann Brocato, (standing) Frank York, Vice-President; and 
James Henly, Treasurer. Other members pictured include (top, 
front row) Brad Benton, James Henly, Nancy Bagby, Jim Magnus, 
Terrell Ann Brocato, (top row) Dean Whitt, Al Gaston, Anita Creel, 
Blair Bingham, Frank Yorl, Judy White, Rose Hopper, Chuck 
Latham, and Dr. Whitt. 




ALPHA 
PSI 

OMEGA 



Alpha Psi Omega, a national honorary dramatic fra- 
ternity, recognizes members of the Millsaps Players for 
their effective participation in acting, directing, make- 
up, stage management, costuming, lighting, or public- 
ity. Each year the name of the outstanding graduating 
senior of the organization is engraved on a trophy which 
is kept in the college trophy case. Members pictured 
above are (left to right) Rob Weber, Susan Brindley, 
Shari Schneider, Linda Schrayer. Ann Abies, Jay Cotton, 
Bert Taggert, and Donald Walsh. 




Beta Beta Beta was established at Millsaps in 1968. It 
is a national honor fraternity for students in the biologi- 
cal sciences. Its purposes are to stimulate sound scholar- 
ship, to promote the dissemination of scientific truth, 
and to encourage investigation of the life sciences. 
Monthly meetings are held to discuss new ideas, re- 
search, and other material pertinent to biology and re- 
lated sciences. Activities include off-campus field trips 
and the invitation of nationally prominent lecturers to 
the campus. Presiding as president for the 1981 year was 
Jamo Carter. 



BETA 
BETA 
BETA 




ETA 
SIGMA 



Eta Sigma is Millsaps academic honorary. Its purpose 
is to promote high academic achie\ement; it also en- 
gages in projects of service to the college community. 
The president for 1981 was Don Simonton. Other mem- 
bers include Ann Abies, Claudia Arnold, Debra Basham, 
Debora Campbell, Brad Chism, James ConerK , Debora 
Dorsett, Susan Eskridge, Toni Franckiewiez, Janet 
Hamilton, Joseph Hamrick, Lana Jeng, Richard King, 
Stuart Lacey, Kim Mansel, Lee Morris, Tammy Oliver, 
Elizabeth Sekul, Tim Smithart. Barry Tedder, Riley 
Trehorn, Steve Wann, Billy White, Susan Woodard, 
Tom Wright, John Altman, John Bailey, Scott Bowie, 
Tim Cannon, Camille Clement, Anita Creel, Patricia 
Duggar, Linda Fenn, Margie Green, George Harris, 
Rose Hopper, Milton Johnson, Bruce Knight, Vivki Lo- 
flin, Jeannette McAllister, Coleman Neely, Linda 
Schrayer, Bruce Senter, Bert Tagert, Gayle Tesson, John 
Turner, Vicki Watkins, Judy White, and Becky Woo- 
drick. 




Eta Sigma Phi, Millsaps' Classics Honorary, welcomes 
into its fellowship students of Latin and Greek who are 
dedicated to studying the ideals of classical civilization. 
Millsaps' Chapter was founded in December, 1935. The 
sponser is Mrs. Catherine Freis, and the president is Don 
Simonton. Other members include John Bailey, Lesa 
Barranco, Lisa Catledge, Michael Grillis, Ann Hawkins, 
Tami Oliver, Annette Massey, Dale Massey, Camille 
Clement, Dana Lyle, John Altman, Richard King, and 
Bill Singer. 



ETA 
SIGMA 
PHI 




PHI 

ALPHA 



Phi Alpha Theta is Millsaps' history honorary. Present members include 
(pictured above, front row, left to right) Becky Woodrick, Debra Basham, 
Michel Thomas; (second row) Jane Cooper, Savannah McMillan; (third row, 
left to right) Jon Altman, Tom Hamrick, Roy Berry; (Top row, left to right) 
Dr. Frank Laney, Dr. Ross Moore, and Dr. Charles Sallis, sponsors. 



THETA 




Pi Delta Phi is a national French honor society which recognizes attain- 
ment and scholarship in the study of the French language and literature. Its 
purpose is to honor those students having earned a minimum of 18 semester 
hours in French, and who have a high scholastic average in all subjects. 
Honorary members are chosen from among faculty, alumni, and townspeo- 
ple who have a special interest in the activities of this organization. 



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SCHILLER 
GESELLSCHAFT 



Schiller Gesellschaft is the national German honorary 
which recognizes achievment in the study of German. It 
requires the completion of at least three semesters of 
German, with a GPA of 3.0 in German and overall. 
Members pictured above include (front row, left to 
right) Lana Jeng, Sheryl Stringer, Debra Basham; (sec- 
ond row , left to right) Bruce Knight, Laura Buckler, and 
John Guest, sponsor. 





SIGMA LAMBDA 

Founded to recognize students who excel in the areas 
of scholarship, character, leadership, and service to the 
college and community, Sigma Lambda brings together 
student leaders from nearK every phase of campus life. 
This broad base of membership allows the organization 
to serve as a productive channel for the exchange of 
information about campus events and to engage in pro- 
ductive service activities. In addition to continuing such 
traditions as decorating and ushering for major school 
functions, the year brought in additional activities. 
These new endeavors included providing monthly cal- 
endars of school events for the campus, hosting a dinner 
for second semester transfer students, revamping career 
day into the Survival of the Fittest program, and orga- 
nizing the field events (tug-of-war, relay races) for the 
Elizabethan Faire. Members pictured above include 
(front row)Becky Woodrick, Dorothy Hodges, Susan 
Eskridge, Lana Jeng; (second row) Kim Mansel, Dan 
Murrell, Rose Hopper, Margie Green, Stephanie Bar- 
low, Vicki Loflin; (third row) Michael Conerly, Tim 
Cannon, Gusanita Grant, Ann Decker, Lizanne Sekul, 
Linda Schrayer, Nancy Sue Gregorie, Camille Clement, 
Jim Magnus;(fourth row) Bill Fitzgerald, Vicki Watkins, 
Terry Ellis, Al Gaston, Debra Basham, Virginia Hill, 
Ricor Silvera; (fifth row) Bert Tagert, Reber Brown, 
George Harris, Joe Austin, Susan Brindley, Tom Ham- 
rick, Dean Corder, (back row) Monte Rector, Mike Mor- 
ris, Tim Smithhart, Milton Johnson, and Bill Singer. 
1981 officers pictured to the left are Bert Tagert, histori- 
an; Lana Jeng, Secretary-Treasurer; Vicki Watkins, 
president; and Susan Eskridge, Vice-President. 




OMICRON 

DELTA KAPPA 

Omicron Delta Kappa is a leadership society with 
chapters in principal colleges and universities. Pi Circle 
at Millsaps brings together members of the student body 
and faculty interested in campus activities, together 
with a limited number of alumni and supporters who 
plan for the betterment of the college. Membership in 
Omicron Delta Kappa is a distinct honor. Members pic- 
tured above include (front row) John Turner, Becky 
Woodrick, Lana Jeng, Debra Basham, Nancy Sue Gre- 
gorie, (second row) West Jones, Jeannette McAllister, 
Tami Oliver, Linda Schrayer, Susan Eskridge, Dan 
Murrell, Vicki Loflin, (third row) Tom Hamrick, Terry 
Ellis, Rose Hopper, Margie Green, Dr. Ross Moore, 
(Back row) President Harmon, Dr. Charles Sallis, Bert 
Tagert, Vicki Watkins, Michael Conerly, Tim Cannon, 
Al Gaston, Ann Decker, Milton Johnson, Tom Wright, 
Reber Brown, and Dr. Frank Laney, faculty secretary; 
and Tom Wright, President. 





Deutscher Verein is the German club. Its membership 
is open to anyone who has an interest in the German 
language or German culture. Its 1981 officers are Laura 
Buckler, President; Rosemary Helwick, Vice-President; 
Jolene McCaleb, Secretary; and Bruce Knight, Treasur- 
er. Other members include (above, front row) Laura 
Buckler, Lana Jeng, (second row) Peggy Holliday, De- 
bra Basham, Susannah Bowie, Rosemary Helwick, (back 
row) Bruce Knight, Bob Young, Mike Lanford, and Mr. 
John Guest, sponser. 



DEUTSCHER 
VEREIN 




BLACK 
STUDENT 



The Millsaps Black Students Association is designed to 
stimulate and improve social and academic atmosphere 
for black students at Millsaps. 1981 members pictured 
above are (bottom to top) Monica Northington, Andrei 
Howze, Linda Dillard, Thomas Miller. Wanda Malone, 
Gusanita Grant, Tyree Fields, Beverly Hebron, Presi- 
dent, Danny Farmer, and Dale Purnell. 



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MILLSAPS 
SINGERS 

The Millsaps Singers is an outstanding group of musi- 
cally talented people who bring many pleasant concerts 
to the campus and state every year. A delightful feature 
of the Singers this year was the revival of the Trouba- 
dours, a small group of the Singers who sing and dance 
for top quality entertainment. 




MILLSAPS 
PLAYERS 

The Millsaps Players are responsible for the theatrical 
productions performed at Millsaps every vear. Mr. 
Lance Goss is the most talented director of these produc- 
tions. Productions bv the Players this included CAME- 
LOT. LOOK BACKIN ANGER, MY SISTER EILEEN, 
CANDID.\, and a set of one act pla\ s including .\LICE 
IN WONDERLAND. 






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The Bobashela staff is responsible for the pubhcation 
of the BOBASHELA. Editors this year were Denise 
Heaman and Dana Millwood Lyles. Pictured above is 
editor Denise Heaman w ith Herff -Jones representative. 
Mr. J. C. Anthony, and staff members Tim Smithhart 
and Terrell Ann Brocato. 



FEATURES 
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MASTER MAJOR 

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MAJOR'S LADY 




MAJOR'S LADY 

Linda Schrayer was elected the 1981 Millsaps' Major's Lady. She is an active 
member of Chi Omega fraternity, a R.E.A.C.H. Vokinteer, a member of the 
Millsaps Players. Linda was elected as the Elizabethan Queen in 1979 and is a 
dean's List Scholar. 



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MASTER MAJOR 

Elected as 1981 Millsaps' Master Major, Dan Murrell is an active member in the 
Millsaps Singers, Chamber Choir and the Troubadours. He was elected as the 
1980-1981 Greek God and is active in his fraternity Pi Kappa Alpha. Dan was 
selected as 1981 Phi Mu Mister and is in several Honoraries on Campus. 




Frank Reber Brown served Lambda Chi Al- 
pha as Rituahst, Fraternity Educator, I. F.C. 
Representative, and as a member of its Ex- 
ecutive Committee. He has been a Peer 
Counselor and was Vice-Cochairman of 
Orientation. He was also a member of Omi- 
cron Delta Kappa, Sigma Lambda, Theta 
Nu Sigma, the Millsaps Singers, LF.C. Sec- 
retary-Treasurer, and a Dean's List student. 





Don Timothy Cannon 



James Michael Conerly received the Fresh- 
man Mathematics Award, the Physics 
Award. He also received the Mason Strieker 
Scholarship, the Janet Lynne Sims Pre- 
Medical Award and Scholarship, and the 
Bourgeois Medal. Michael is a member of 
Omicron Delta Kappa, Sigma Lambda, Eta 
Sigma, Alpha Epsilon Delta, Beta Beta Beta, 
and Theta Nu Sigma. He has served on the 
Judicial Counsel and the Committee for the 
Spring Synposium. 




WHO'S WHO 




Patricia L. Duggar 



Ann Decker is a member of Omicron Delta 
Kappa and Sigma Lambda. She served as 
SEB Treasurer, a Peer Advisor, a Resident 
Assistant and a Senator. Ann is an active 
member in Chi Omega Fraternity Ann 
participated in the British Studies in Oxford 
and is a member of Kappa Delta Epsilon. 





Susan Eskridge was a member of Omicron 
Delta Kappa and Eta Sigma, and was elect- 
ed vice president of Sigma Lambda. In Chi 
Omega Fraternity, she served as Sophomore 
Officer, Pledge Trainer, and Personnel 
Chairman. Susan was selected to be Queene 
of the Elizabethan Faire. A Dean's List 
Scholar and a Robert Mason Strieker Schol- 
ar, Susan served as a Peer Advisor/Orienta- 
tion Counselor, and as Resident Director of 
Sanders Dormitory. She participated in the 
British Studies at Oxford semester in the 
summer of 1978. 



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Kappa Alpha Rose and Homecoming Linda 
Fenn is a member of Sigma Lambda, Eta 
Sigma and Theta Nu Sigma. She was a 
member of the Tennis Team, Kappa Delta 
Sorority and Linda participated in the Oak 
Ridge Science Semester. 




William D. Fitzgerald is active with 
R.E.A.C.H. and the College Assembly. He is 
in the Millsaps Singers and the Chamber 
Choir. Bill served as a staff member and 
editor of Stylus. He served on the Home- 
coming Committee and the committee for 
the Freedom Summer Symposium and Cof- 
fee House. Bill is an active participant in 
Intramuals. 



Gusanita Grant, a Sigma Lambda Member, 
served as SEB Secretary. She is a member of 
the Black Student Association. Gusanita 
served as president of Alpha Kappa Alpha, 
and was on the Publications Committee. An 
Accounting Major, she was a Summer In- 
tern at LB.M. 








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Beverly Ann Hebron 



An active member in her sororit\ — Chi 
Omega — Margie Green is a member of 
Millsaps Singers, Omicron Delta Kappa, 
Sigma Lambda and Eta Sigma. She served 
as SEB Treasurer and as a Senetor. Margie a 
Business .administration major is a Else 
Scholarship Winner and will graduate Mag- 
na Cum Laude. 




Rose Hopper an active member of Kappa 
Delta Sorority served as a Peer Adviser/Ori- 
entation Counselor. Rose is a member of 
Omicron Delta Kappa, Sigma Lambda and 
Eta Sigma. She was a Student Senator and 
played on the \'arsit>- Tennis Team. Rose 
was the recipient of the Else Scholarship, 
Whitehead Scholarship, and the Galloway 
United Methodist Church Scholarship. 



Lana Lynn Jeng served as both Secretary 
and President of Alpha Epsilon Delta, and 
as Secretary-Treasurer of Sigma Lambda. 
She was elected into Tri-Beta, Theta Nu 
Sigma, Eta Sigma, Deutsche Verein, and 
Schiller Gesselschart. Lana was a Dean's 
List Scholar for each of her semesters at 
Millsaps and has received the 1978 J.B. 
Price General Chemistry Award and the 
1979 Beginning German Award. She served 
on the Senate Information Commission, the 
Elections Committee and helped with the 
Nuclear Symposium Committee. 




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A Chemistry major. West Jones is a member 
of Alpha Epsilon Delta, Beta Beta Beta, and 
Theta Nu Sigma. He is also a member of 
Omicron Delta Kappa and Sigma Lambda. 
He was a varsity cheerleader, a student sen- 
ator, and served as SEB second-vice presi- 
dent. He served as corresponding secretary 
fraternity. Kappa Alpha. West Orientation 
co-chairman, participated in the Oak Ridge 
Science Semester. 



William J. Little 



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A member of Kappa Delta Sorority, Jean- 
ette Marie McAllister is a member of Sigma 
Lambda, Eta Sigma and was a Dean's List 
Scholar, She was the College Assembly re- 
presentative, a Peer Advisor/Orientation 
Counselor and a Political Science Depart- 
ment Assistant. As a participant in the Brit- 
ish Studies at O.xford, she will be a Student 
.Assistant to British Studies for the summer 
of 198L Jeanette will graduate Magna Cum 
Laude with a degree in Political Science 




\'icki Jo Loflin 




.■\ member of the Millsaps Singers, Chamber 
Choir, Troubadours, Dan Murrell was a 
cheerleader, and a member of Millsaps 
Pla\ers. He is Phi Mu Mister and an active 
member of Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity. Dan 
served as co-chairman of the 1981 Student 
Annual Fund Telethon. A member of Pi 
Delta Phi, Omicron Delta Kappa, and Sig- 
ma Lambda, Dan was elected Greek God. 



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Tami Oliver is a English major and the 
President of the English Club. Tami is a 
member of Omicron Delta Kappa, Eta Sig- 
ma and Eta Sigma Phi. She was the recipi- 
ent of the Greek Award. 



Millsaps' major's Lady Linda Schrayer re- 
ceived many awards from the Millsaps 
Players. She received the Clark Essay Med- 
al. Linda served on the Panhellenic Council, 
the Judicial Council and on the Purple and 
White. Serving as vice president of Omi- 
cron Delta Kappa, she is a member of Sigma 
Lambda, Eta Sigma, and Alpha Psi Omega. 



Stanley Simmons Perkins 



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Bert Edwin Tagert 




Don M. Simonton 



A member of Kappa Alpha John L Turner, 
I\' was a Student Senator, cheerleader and a 
Peer Adviser/Orientation Counselor. John 
was the vice chairman of the Judicial Coun- 
cil. He was a member of Omicron Delta 
Kappa, Sigma Lambda, Beta Beta Beta, Al- 
pha Epsilon Delta, and Theta Nu Sigma. 



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Vicki Watkins, president of Sigma Lambda 
and a Omicron Delta Kappa, served on the 
committees for the Distinguished Professor 
of the Year, and the Alumnus of the Year. 
She was a Peer Advisor/Orientation Coun- 
selor. As an English major, Vicki received 
the Jackson Alumnae Panhellenic Scholar- 
ship for 1980, 




Chris Stanton Brunt 




As president of Omicron Delta Kappa, 
Thomas Wright was a member of Sigma 
Lambda, Theta \u Sigma, and Eta Sigma. 
Tom served as a Student Senator and Sports 
Information Director. He served as vice 
president of his fraternity Pi Kappa Alpha 
and the regional vice president of Pi Kappa 
Alpha for Mississippi and Louisianna 





FACULTY AND STAFF 
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George Harmon, President 







Robert King, Dean 



Robert Shive, Associate Dean 





top left: John Christmas, Dean of Ad- 
missions 

top right: Bill Franklin, Nice Presi- 
dent for Institutional .\dvancement 
right: Don Strickland, \'ice President 
for Business Affairs 



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Jane Corder, Dean of Women 



Stuart Good, Dean of Campus Life 




James McLeod, Placement Director 



Jack Woodward, Director of Financial Aid 




Tom Bain, Associate Dean for Continuing Education 



Flo\ Holloman, Director of Alumni Relations 





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James Livesa> , Director of Church Relations 



Leonard Poison, Director of Services 



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Business Office: 1 to r: 
Marge Fenton, Warrene 
Lee, Doug Luebbers, 
Dorothy Nettles, Alice 
Borders, Rose Johnson 



far left: Wayne Miller, Director of Campus 
Safety left: Warrene Lee, Business Office 
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Development: Paul Gamble, Anne Wetzel 



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Sara Brooks, Director, Office of Records 



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right: Don Fortenberry, Chaplain far 
right: Sister Annette Seymour, Chap- 
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far left: Laiiri Brown, Library 
eft: Floreada Harmon, Library 




Birdie Harpole, Library 



Elizabetfi Kendrick, Librar 



Jocelyn Trotter, Library 




far left: James Parks, Head Librarian 
left: Lauri Brown, Student Affairs 





Rebecca Gardner, Divisions Office Janis Hamblin, Continuing Education 



Dorothv Knox, Admissions 



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Katherine Lefoldt, Academic Complex 
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Cathv Martella, Admissions 



Virginia McCoy, Switchboard Operator 





Martha Nance, President's Office 



Ehzabeth Ranager, Dean's Office 



Nancy White, Business Affairs 




Douglas Luebbers, Accountant 



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Pattv Fennell, Nurse 



Barry Gillespie, Galloway 



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Margaret Hitt, Ezell 



Renee Leigh, Franklin 



Stephanie Woods, Bacot 





Betty Jameson, Bookstore 



Eddie Jameson, Bookstore 



Right: Alice Acy, Grill Manager 
far right: Ellas Williams, Cafeteria Man- 
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ANCIENT 
LANGUAGES 




Catherine Freis 



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Ste\e Hering 



Jeanne Middleton 





George Boyd 



Paul Hardin 



Dan Hise 




Richard Mallette 



Bob Padgett 



Austin Wilson 




Charles Barton 



David Dockerv 



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HERITAGE 




Adrienne Phillips 



Carol Stewart 



HISTORY 



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Frank Lanev 




MATH 



Ross Moore 



Charles Sallis 




Sam Knox 



Mary Lundquist 




MUSIC 



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Herman MacKenzie 




Marv Robinson 



McCarrell Avers 





Bill Carroll 



Magnolia Coullet 



Donald Kilmer 




Frank Polanski 



Jonathon Sweat 




Robert Bergmark 



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Harper Davis 



Mary Ann Edge 



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Tomm\ Ranager 




John Quincy Adams 




PSYCHO 
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Howard Bavender 



Russell Levanwav 






ROMANCE 
LANGUAGES 




Lee Reiff 



T.W. Lewis 




Billv Bufkin 




Bob Kahn 



Richard Baltz 




Jane Clary 



Marv Gieseler 



James Glenn 




Walter Neely 



Ray Phelps 



M.G. Shettv 




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