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. ... All The Makings Of A
Major Motion Picture
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. Beautiful Locale
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Full Of Action
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A Millsaps Saga In Nine Reels
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Setting The Scene 16
The Plot. . .54
In The Limelight. . .84
The Action Scene 100
Caught Up In
The Rush. . . .
Winding It Down. . . 190
The Tag 204
Setting the Scene
To many of us, student lite at Millsaps
means a never-ending attack on the stu-
dent of homework, tests, or just trying to
keep up. We sit over our books knowing
that we have to read the next 1 14 pages
for Heritage tomorrow; but we'd rather be
somewhere else. Suddenly, our wish
comes true when someone says they're
going to CS's for a beer and a video
game. Should we go? Of course!
We've been studying for an accounting
or chemistry test for hours in the deep,
dark stacks of the library or hidden in El-
sinore, and come stumbling into our dorm
room. Have the walls moved in a little or is
it just our eyes? Our neighbor next door
walks in and says "Let's go to Tastee's
for OJ and a donut." All Right!
These are just a few thoughts of the life
of the Millsaps student. We've tried to
capture as many facets of life here as
possible, all the way from dressing prep
to finals. If we missed one of your favorite
activities, write it in the margin.
Organization! Smooth operation! No
more Red-tape! all of ttiese cries and
many more were heard the week of Au-
gust 24-28 as f\/lillsaps students, old and
new, returned to register for classes.
Registration has undergone a great
change. Computers, the watchwords of
modern day living, have taken hold of Mill-
saps. Registration is now completely
computerized. This simplifies matters for
those in the Business Office, but does it
simplify the situation for the students?
Students no longer present class cards to
professors but merely show up as a name
and number on a computer printout sheet.
What student wants to stand in line for
two hours awaiting his turn in the Busi-
ness Office only to find that the computer
has not credited his payment? Oh, but, of
course, computers don't make mistakes,
Computerization is an advance in that
records are more easily sorted and kept
up with. However, computerization be-
comes a detriment to the school system
when it overshadows personal contact
between students and staff. Afterall,' Isn't
that what Millsaps is all about?
18 — Registration
Moving It All In
Boxes, boxes, boxes! Hey, I've looked
through all of my stuff and I can't find my
shoes. Where are my shoes? Oh, yeah, I
left them In the closet at the end of the
hall. Oh, no!! The air conditioning unit is in
there. My shoes have been moved — my
shoes have been stolen! Who would want
to steal somebody's shoes? Well, I can
do without shoes but where is the cold
air?? I can't stand it! Boy, what a way to
come back to school. First all of my
shoes are stolen, then there's no air con-
ditioning! If I can just find my stuffed rab-
bit. I'll be okay. Oh, no! I packed it in the
closet, too. I hope it's still there. It isn't.
Who would take my rabbit? It's mine and
it's old and it's gone. . . . Sob.
Moving In— 19
Change. Does it bring to mind images of
that which is brand new and exciting, or
does it conjure up thoughts of uncertainty
and confusion? No matter, whether for
better or worse, a life without change
would be unbearably boring.
Millsaps is definitely not boring!
Change occurs everywhere an unsu-
specting student looks. From a price in-
crease in Cokes to Garfield posters in the
bookstore to a revamped security sys-
tem, change runs rampant at Millsaps.
One of the most obvious alterations is
the installation of a guardhouse at the
State Street entrance to Millsaps. "Does
this ediface actually house a guard?",
you ask. At varying times of the day and
night, yes, a guard is there searching dili-
gently for the new green glow-in-the-dark
decals positioned, not on the bumper of
the passing car, but on the right side of
the windshield. Gates at the two West
Street entrances and at the end of frat
row modify the flow of traffic through cam-
pus, but they also tamper with Millsaps
traffic itself. A student of liberal arts, how-
ever, learns to accept quickly. Therefore,
although a little inconvenient, the gates
prove to be no major problem.
Change also struck the living quarters
of Millsaps students — the dorms. The oc-
cupants of Bacot, Sanders, and Galloway
saw the demise of individual air-condi-
tioning units and the birth and installation
of new central air-conditioning systems.
Government regulated temperatures and
lowered ceilings were two results of this
change. The interiors of Sanders, Ezelle,
and Bacot were refurbished with new
paint jobs and so seemed a bit nicer and
cleaner. The renovation of Murrah Hall
has been completed and use of the build-
ing started in the Spring semester. The
metamorphosis was greatly anticipated
and awaited with baited breath.
Millsaps alters from year to year. Some
of the changes are welcomed, some de-
spised. Some are thought to damage the
college's image, some are thought to en-
hance this image. Whether major or mi-
nor, good or bad, change is an integral
part of life and cannot be ignored. There-
fore, we must keep open minds and flexi-
ble spirits and learn to deal with it in the
best way possible.
(Top left) — The grill is the hangout for many stu-
dents during a free period or meal time. (Top
right) — During Homecoming, students were moved
into the Grill for meals to make room for the Alumni
dinner. (Bottom) — A familiar sight for those who eat
in the cafeteria.
22— The Cafeteria
(Top) — Missy Nevins pays for her books with a
checl<, which now requires student ID. (Bottom
left) — Scott Carlton and Beth Collins look around for
their books for the semester. (Bottom right) —
Chrisy Clark looks through the larger selection of
stuffed toys that have been added this year.
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24— The Bowl
The Bowl— 25
(Top left) — Anita Addington writing in the Bowl. (Top rigtit) — Taking advantage of the tranquil library.
(Bottom left) — A quantitative analysis student prepares for a lab lecture. (Bottom right) — Lone Studier
Studying — 27
(Top left) — David Biggers relaxes in a game of tennis. (Top rigfit) — These fresfimen try their hand at cards.
(Center left) — Michael Van Velkinburgh plays Pac-Man at its new location in the grill. (Bottom left) — Mark
Hopkins takes some shots for the Bobashela. (Bottom right) — Elizabeth Forsythe and Kathy Clem play
racquetball in front of Bacot.
A\Nay from the Rat Race
(Top) — In one of the last warm days of Fall, Pat
Gregory and Greg Murpfiy go for the same Frisbee.
(Bottom left) — Some of the people of Bacot enjoy a
picnic in the concrete area in front of Bacot. (Bottom
right) — Jeff Hackman makes a fancy move before
catching the Frisbee.
Recreation — 29
Ezell hotel, Fae Franklin, Galloway, Ba-
cot, and Sanders are all familiar to us, not
to mention Fraternity Row. We have more
freedom in visitation and less in tempera-
ture control. We have cracks in the walls
for character as what may be described
as an example of Jackson's Yazoo clay.
We have parties, popcorn, friendship,
and noise. Even at three in the morning
there are signs of life in the dorms as
students burn the perverbial midnight oil.
Life at Ivlillsaps campus can get difficult,
but hardly ever boring; and living in a dorm
or frat house is one of the more lively
experiences of college.
(Top left) — Chuck Smith and Doug Hanegan play
pool in the Sig House. (Top right) — Cordelia Dou-
zenis talks on a dorm phone. (Bottom) — Feeling do-
30— Dorm Life
(Top) — Gayle Tesson gets a little help from a friend.
(Center left) — Jeff Alexander studies in his room.
(Center right) — Joe McCall sits around his room in
Ezell. (Bottom) — Thames Morris in Franklin.
Dorm Life — 31
Making the Money
Money is one of the mainstays of
society and Ivlillsaps is not left out. I^any
students take on part-time jobs on and off
campus to supplement themselves.
Students who are eligible can get work-
study or can become lab assistants.
What is done with this extra money?
CS's, Tastee's, the Lamar, Super Stop,
Skid Marks . . .
(Top left) — Frank Lyie gets ctiange forttie copying
machine from Jotin May. (Top right) — Jennifer
Jemison worl<s in the Political Science Department.
(Bottom) — Scott Bowie makes an adjustment on
polarimeter for Physical Chemistry Lab.
32— Student Jobs
lAbove Left) — Scott Bowie Spends his Ptiysica! Chemistry on Pac-Man at CS'S (Middle) — Many students spend time at Lamar in Downtown Jackson, (Right) — Millsaps
Student picks up a newspaper at Super Stop, (Bottom left) — A group of hungry Millsaps' students invade Tastee's.
Student Hangouts — 33
FADS: FROM PREP TO PUNK
In the last year lots of new Ideas about
how to live apd enjoy yourself have come
about. The fads of this country seem to
reflect these trends. The Preppy look
which has been around for sometime now
is still with us and strong as ever. New
Wave rock has influenced the trend of
Punkers. In the realm of recreation, phys-
ical fitness has become a national past-
time. Jogging, aerobics, and others are
all a part of the fitness fad. If physical
activities are not enough for you, there is
the Rubik's cube and its spinoffs to puz-
zle the minds of all ages. Electronic
games have also taken hold in the activi-
ties of many. Pac-Man, Space Invaders,
Centipedes, and Donkey Kong have the
country in their grips.
Millsaps is no exception to the rule.
Ralph Lauren could survive on the busi-
ness that Millsaps students alone give
Fads strike and are gone, but are they
ever really gone? Have you seen my min-
Public Events and
Activities on Campus
36 — Public Events
The Players — Damn Yankees!
"Those damn Yankees! The Washing-
ton Senators just have to win the pennant
this year!" Well, they certainly won the
hearts of the Mlllsaps' community. Damn
Yankees, the lively musical comedy,
opened the season for the Millsaps Play-
ers. The story of a middle-aged man who
sells his soul to the devil in order to be-
come a young, pennant-winning baseball
star provided an exciting, fun-filled even-
ing for all concerned.
(Top) — Walt Johnson, Tom Starnes, Mike Waters,
Susan Brindley, Tim Smithhart, Tyree Fields, Scott
Moses. Allen Finley, (Bottom right) — Joe McCall,
Shari Schneider, (Below) — Joe McCall, Lori Gar-
side, Mary Jane Emiing, Joyce MacNaughton, (Bot-
tom left) — Jim Magnus, Robert Williams
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A gun shot, a black out . . . another you
think. Ah, but you are wrong. Dangerous
Corner, the second play in the Players'
season, was a whodunit, but one of a dif-
ferent sort. The sophisticated mystery in-
volved much more than the ordinary
Agatha Christie novel does. The surprise
ending was unexpected and dumfound-
ing. Who knows the truth? Who knows
what lies around the Dangerous Corner?
The one act plays are senior projects
directed by theatre majors. Two were
presented Fall semester. Shari
Schneider directed The Browning Ver-
sion, which tells the story of a retiring
British prepatory professor. Susan Brind-
ley and Jay Gotten co-directed Tiie Mar-
oritz l-lamlet which was an extreme par-
ody of the Shakespeare original.
(Top left) — Mike Case, Tim Smithhart, Tom Starnes
(Top right) — Courtney Stacy, Mary Jane Emiing
Shari Schneider. Stephanie Reddoch, (Middle) —
Robert Williams, Laura Berry in Browning. (,Bo\
tom) — Cast of Marorilz: Lori Garside, Kevin Cas
tillo, Walt Johnson, Tom Starnes, Phyllis Pfansch
midt, Katrina Jameson, Steve Dees, Donald Walsh
John Pigott. Trish Lamkin, Robby Weber.
Homecoming at Millsaps is one of the
experiences that stand out for many of us.
Almost everone turns up to cheer on the
Home team to victory. The day was chilly,
one of the few we had in the Fall semes-
ter, and clear. Murrah Band provided a
little background music for the activities
on the ball field, as the Millsaps team won
over the Maryville Scotsmen, and Ann
Freeman was once more crowned Home-
(Top left) — Since the stands were filled, spectators
sat on the grassy edge of the stadium. (Top right) —
Ann Freeman, Homecoming Queen (Bottom) —
Homecoming Court: (Front row) Suzannah Bowie,
Tama Williams, Lori Trigg; (Bacl< row) Beth Wilson,
42 — Homecoming
(Top) — David Biggers cut flowers for use at the
Homecoming luncheon- (Middle) — James Henley,
Millsaps tailback, runs for another gain against the
Maryville Scots. (Bottom left) — The KA's express
their feelings on what will Beat the Maryville team.
(Bottom Right) — Chi Omega members operate a
booth during the morning activities in the bowl.
(Previous Page, Top Left)— Joey Shelton fails to
stop a Scot pass for a touch — down. Millsaps
still prevails. 33-6.
(Previous Page, Bottom Left) — Homecoming
Queen, Ann Freeman, receives a winning kiss
from school president George Harmon.
Let it snow! Let it snow!
Oh, the weather outside is frightful out
. . . it's snowing, so who cares!? Millsaps
students were given a belated Christmas
present when they returned to campus
after break. Snow, snow, and more snow!
Classes were cancelled all week except
for those few held on Wednesday. People
went crazy! Everyone was out playing in
the Millsaps version of the Winter Won-
derland. They sledded, skiied, caught
snowflakes on their tongues, and just
walked around. Did you happen to see Dr.
Knox sledding past? What about the fel-
low who tried to ski in the Bowl. Surely
you are one of the mass who were swish-
ing across the bowl on cafeteria trays or
sliding down the Bacot-Franklin parking
lot. You must have seen President Har-
mon bombarded by snowballs! No? Well,
where on earth were you? In class? Oh,
forget about that and ... let it snow!
(Opposite page) (Top right) — Watch out! Cindy
Gray discovers one of the hazards of snow. (N/liddie
right) — A group of Sigs give aid to a motorist whose
tires are sliding on the ice, (Bottom right) — Skiing in
the Bowl? (Top left) — Lisa Dixon practices the fine
art of snowman building. (Bottom left) — Rakesh
Ivlangal throws a snowball towards an upper story of
Galloway. (Above) — Margaret Hurley braves the
weather as she makes her way back to the comforts
of a warm dorm room. (Left) — Tim Gill slides down
the walk on a cafeteria tray.
Snow — 45
Black History Week
(Above) — Members of the Alpha Kappa Alpha So-
rority perform their Step-Down ritual. (Bottom
Right) — Robin Richardson, Thomas Miller, Robert
Lenoir, and Wanda Malone play their roles in a
scene from "April 4th, 1968: One Year Later". (Bot-
tom, Opposite Page) — A talented group that wants
to be known simply as Jabod performs "Private
46— Black History Week
(Top Left) — Monica Northington accompanies Terry
Ellis in the song "Endless Love". (Top Right — Dr.
Larry Blount speaks at Friday Forum on the subject
Reaganomics: A Black Man's Pomt of View.
(Top left) — Laurie Eskridge and friends (Top
right) — Does Lucy love me? (l\/liddle) — Betty Burton
and Paula West paint ttiird east lobbette. (Bot-
tom) — Ttie Jackson skyline
(Top left) — Emilie McAllister and Mictiael Van Vel-
kinburgh (Top right) — Charlotte Morrison, Mary Vir-
ginia Kay, Gina Brown, and Shari Scafidi dressed to
kill. (Middle left) — Susan Brindley and the better
Mann (Bottom right) — Unidentified Adorable object
(Bottom left) — Richard Birdsong and Michael
McRaney at work in the library.
A SENIOR VIEWPOINT
When your senior year at Millsaps final-
ly rolls around, certain unsettling ques-
tions about the future begin to arise. This
future is not 10 or 20 years away, but is
only six months away. We are not speak-
ing about what you will do for the rest of
your life, but how you will manage to make
it through comprehensive examinations
Comps are those mysterious series of
tests in your major subject that you must
take your senior year. Picture this: a small
room, the click of the lock on the door, a
small beam of light piercing through the
darkness, the low mumblings of several
professors, and you. The questions shoot
forth incessantly: "What were the notable
achievements of Henry IV and give the
dates of his reign?"; "Explain the major
themes of Walt Whitman's poetry": "Give
the derivative of (1 — Arcsin(tanS))";
"Explain Weber's sociological perspec-
tive of the self."; "Explain the lathanide
contraction." After all of this questioning
and much more, you walk out of the room
and suddenly think, "What happens if I
don't pass?" Terrifying visions of a 29-
year old student wandering the halls of
50 — Finals
AC come to mind and he is waiting to re-
take comps . . . again.
The good thing about comps is when
you are finished the hard part of your col-
lege career is over. Now all you have to
do is get into graduate school or find a
job. After comps, LSAT and MCAT seem
like another one of those tests. Just think
of all the thing you go through just to be
able to have three meals a day and a
(Opposite page, Top left) — Missy Nevins gets some
refreshments at the Bacot Christmas party during
dead days. (Top right) — Sarsh Gregory types that
last term paper, (Bottom) — Paul Bergeron prove-
reads his paper. (Top left) — Susan Woodard (Top
right) — Kim Cranston (Bottom) — A long line forms
as students sell their books back to the Bookstore.
Finals — 51
Building Up the Plot
The administration, faculty, and the
staff of Milisaps work together to create a
superior learning environment. The facul-
ty strive to pass knowledge on to the Indi-
vidual students. The administration and
staff work to keep the physical and emo-
tional environment in order.
The Main Builders
(Top) — President George Harmon, (Bottom) — Dean
of Faculty. Robert King
The Administrative offices try to build
the school into a better place. President
Harmon coordinates the efforts of all staff
members into building a stronger Mill-
56 — Administration
(Top left) — John Christmas, Dean of Adnnissions, (Top right) — Robert Shive, Associate Dean of Faculty, (Bottom left) — Don Strickland, Vice President for Student
Affairs, (Bottom right) — William Franklin, Vice President for Institutional Advancement.
Administration — 57
(Upper left)— James McLeod, Financial Aid, (Upper
right) — Floy Holloman, Alumni Relations and Annual
Fund, (Middle left) — Jack Woodward, Director of
Financial Aid, (Middle right) — Martha Galtney, Stu-
dent Affairs secretary, (Lower left) — Leonard Pol-
son, Director of Services, (Lower right)— Harrylyn
Sallis, Gateway Director, discusses the fall sympo-
sium with Nancy Sue Gregory.
58 — Administration
Controlling the Quality of Life
The office of Student Affairs went
thirough many chianges this past summer.
Millsaps hired Jane MacDonald to assist
Dean Good in directing student life. To-
gether they have worked hard to change
policies and improve student living condi-
tions. Janice Streetman created a new
career placement service for seniors and
gave lectures on subjects of interest to
students going out into the "Real World".
Martha Galtney returned to Millsaps after
an absence of several years. All the per-
sonnel in the Student Affairs office strive
to make life at Millsaps a quality life.
(Upper left) — Stuart Good, Dean of Student Life.
(Middle right) — Janice Streetman, Placement Ser-
vices, (Lower left)— Jane IVIacDonald, Assistant
Dean of Student Affairs.
Administration — 59
(Right) — Business staff — Warrene, Doug Lueb
bers, Rose Jofinson, Alice Borders, Dorothy Net-
tles, Marge Fenton. (middle left)— Renee and Joe
Leigh, houseparents. (lower left) — Dick and Jane
(Above) — Records staff— Sandi Nash, Pearl Dyer, Irene Story, Sara Brooks.
(Right) — Library Staff — James Parl<s, Lauri Brown, Elizabetti Kendricl<. Jocelyn
Trotter, Birdie Harpole.
(upper left) — Admissions Staff — Jeannette Mcallister, Bryan Rutledge. (middle) — Development Staff —
Floy Holloman, Paul Gamble, Ivlartfi Poole, James Livesay, Bill Franklin. (Lower Left)— Trent Riggens,
(Upper left) — Donald Kilmer, (Upper right) — William
Carroll, (Lower left) — Frank Polanski, (Lower
right) — Amy Youngblood, an organ major, practices
on an AC organ.
Fine Arts — 63
(Upper Left) Richard Freis. (Upper Right)
Catherine Freis. (Middle Left) Adrienne Phillips,
(twiddle Right) Charles Sallis, (Lower Right) Ross
Moore and Charles Sallis. (Lower Left) Frank
Laney, (Lower Far Right) — Robert McElvaine.
Fine Arts — 65
(Top) Robert Bergmark. (Middle Left) Michael
Mitias witti student Maan Jaudeti. (Lower Left)
T.W. Lewis. (Lower Right) Lee Reiff.
(Top Left) George Boyd and Student
Walt Sikora (Top Right) Dan Hise.
(Middle Left) Juditti and Rebecca
Page. (Ivliddle Right) Bob Padgett.
(Lower Left) Paul Hardin. (Lower
Middle) Austin Wilson. (Lower Right)
(Upper Left) R.W. McCarley and student Dave Draughn (Upper Middle) Grant Wyckoff.
Students use AC computer terminals to complete programs.
(Upper left) — David Heins converses with a student.
(Upper rigtit) — Biology students w/ork together in
lab, (Middle right) — Robert Nevins with Randy Wil-
liams, (Middle left) — Dicl\ Highfill, (Lower right)—
James McKeown helps a student after class
70 — Science and Math
(Upper left) — Karia Smith cuts and polishes thin
sections with a diamond saw, (Upper right) — Wen-
dell Johnson, (Lower left) — Dr Johnson leads the
geology field trip group, (Lower right) — Charles
Science and Math-
(Upper Right) — Eugene Cain prepares to lecture his
general chemistry class, (Middle left) — Roy Berry,
(Middle right) — David Biggers and John Blizzard
work on their physical chemistry experiment, (Low-
er left) — George Ezell helps Katrina Spears with
Quantitative Analysis, (Lower right) — Allen Bishop
assists a Computer 100 student.
(Upper left) — A physics lab group works to com-
plete a lab, (Upper right) — James McKinney, Math.
(Middle left) — George Miller. Math, (Middle right)
— Samuel R. Knox, Math, sets up to film the Mill-
saps-Central Florida football game, (Lower
left) — Herman McKenzie, Math, (Lower right)
— Judy McKinney. Math
Science and Math — 73
(Top Left) — Frances Coker, (Top Right) Lourdes
Henebry, (Middle) Ttie Death and Grief class, one
of the more popular courses offered at Millsaps.
has an end of year party: left to right: Louis,
Leens Paul, Lizanne Sekul, Don Dinsmore
(leader), Barry Lee, Monica Northington, Lori
Leadbetter, Terri Ellis.
74 — Sociology
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(Left) Jeanne Middleton, (Middle Left) tvlarlys
Vaugtin, (Middle Right) Harper Davis is interviewed
by WLBT news after his first home victory.
(Left) Mary Ann Edge, (Right) Tommy Ranager.
(Upper Right) — Ron Holton, physical education.
(Middle Left) — Steve Hering, education, (Lower
Right) — James Montgomery, physical education,
speaks with Glen East.
76 — Sociology and Behavioral
(Upper Left)— Howard Bavender. (Middle Right)
— Jotin Quincy Adams
(Lower Left) — Russell Levanway, (Lower
Right) — Edmond Venator
Sociology and Behavioral — 77
(Upper Left) — Ray Phelps, (Upper Right) — Walter Neely with students. (Lower Left) — Carl Brooking,
(Lower Right)— Betsy Clary, (Upper Left, Opposite page)— James Glenn, (Upper Right, Opposite page)
— Jerry Whitt, (Lower, Opposite page) — Sue Whitt helps Chip Cowan.
78— School of Management
School of Management — 79
(Right) Stephine Woods, (Lower Left) Katerine Lefoldt, AC
Hostess. (Lower Right) Richard Baltz.
80 — Management
(Top) — Mittie Welty, Post Office, (Middle) — Don
Fortenberry, Cfiaplain and Sister Annette Seymour,
Cfiapiain, (Top Left, Opposite page) — Betty Jame-
son, Bookstore, (Top rigtit, Opposite page) —
Jewell Levanway, Bookstore, (Bottom, Opposite
page) — Eddie Jameson, Bookstore
82 — Student Services
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In the Limelight
The Millsaps College community is for-
tunate to sponsor several honoraries
which serve to recognize individual excel-
lence in the areas of academics and lead-
ership. There are associations vjh\ch pro-
mote general achievements while others
serve to recognize superior work in spe-
cific subject areas. Foreign languages
are represented along with the sciences.
Business majors also foster recognition
as do the classics. Those students inter-
ested in politics will also find a corre-
sponding honorary. Whatever a student's
area of excellence may be, Millsaps has
an honorary group for them.
(First Row) — Janet Hamilton (President), Monica Northington, (Second Row) — Jackie Clark, Dennis
McGraw (Treasurer), Debbie O'Cain (Third Row) — Larisa Krolls, Paul Hathorn (Reporter), George Harris,
Alan Ferguson (Historian), (Fourth Row) — Tim Smithhart, Anita Broom, David Biggers, David Niece, Mark
Redwine, (Fifth Row) — Sandy Frazier. Mary Witthauer, Stuart Simon. Roy Berry, Lee Morris, Terry Ellis,
(Sixth Row) — Richard Birdsong, Bobby Hogue, Peter Whitehead, Barry White, Rory Roark, Steve Hull,
Milton Johnson, Claude Arnett
(Left to Right)— Jay Cotten, Susan Brind-
ley, Allen Finley, Shari Scheider, Robbie
Williams, Camille Clement, Stephanie
86 — Honoraries
(Down Stairs) — Russel Rooks (President). Tim Smitti-
tiart. Debbie Dorset. Stuart Simon. Bob Wilkins. Bill
Harper, Terry Ellis, Barry Tedder. David Biggers,
Claude Arnett, Lee Morris. Carney Stevens, Marie Na-
tion, Mary Witthauer, Paula West. Milton Johnson, Jo
Anne Shanks, Sandy Frazier. Dennis McGraw. Karen
Shaw, Richard Birdsong, Debbie O'Cain. Anita Broom.
Michelle Griffith. Janet Hamilton. Tommy McGee. Mark
(Front) — Brad Chism. Scott Bowie (President). Lee Morris. Debra Basham. Claude Arnett, David Biggers, (Back)-
George Harris. Milton Johnson. Tim Smithhart
Honoraries — 87
Omicron Delta Kappa
(Front Row) — Becky Woodrick, George Harris, Monica Northington, Camille Clement, Nancy Sue Gregory, Debra Basham. Laura McGee, Ross H. Moore, Samual
Knox, (Second Row) — Robert King, Brad Chism (President), Tom Hamrick, Terry Ellis. Milton Johnson, David Biggers, Frank Laney, Roy Berry, Claude Arnett. Tim
Smithhart, Rictiard Birdsong, Ctiarles Sallis
(Front Row) — Becky Woodnck,
Savannah McMillan, Michel Thomas,
Debra Basham. Jane Cooper, Ross H.
Moore, (Second Row) — Roy Berry,
Adrienne Phillips, Frank Laney, Charles
Sallis, Robert McElvaine, Tom Hannrick
(Front)— Kathy Van Skiver, Lori Randolph, Daniel Macleay, Robert Padgett, George Harris, (Second Row)— Jim Harris,
Sandra Napier-Dyess, Laura McGee, Tama Williams (President)
(Front) — Brad Benton. Cathy Schroeder, Jim
Magnus, Dr, Sue Whitt, (Back) — Nancy Bagby
(President), Kathy, Terrell Ann Brocato
(Front)— Debra Bastiam, Mike Lanford, Laura Buckler McGee, John
Guest, Daniel MaCleay j^
90 — Honoraries
(Front) — Becky Woodrick (President), Laurie Stamm, Monica Northington, Lynette Little, Phyllis Pfanschmidt, (Second Row) — Richard Birdsong, Peter Bernheim,
Lizanne Sekul, Susan Woodard, Debra Basham, Dorothy Hodges. Laurie Eskridge, Nancy Sue Gregorie, Jane Cooper, Jim Magnus, Richard Mallette, (Back Row) —
Brad Chism, Boty McDonald, Monte Rector, Joey Shelton, David Biggers, Kathy Gunn, Tim Smithhart, Tom Hamrick
(Front) — Carney Stevens (Secretary), George
Harris (President), Stuart Simon, (Second
Row) — Janet Hamilton (Historian), Monica
Northington, Debbie Dorsey, Dennis McGraw,
Milton Johnson, Jimmy Morris, (Third Row) —
Marie Nation, Richard Birdsong, Bobby Hogue,
Lee Morris, Allen Flowers, John Hermann,
(Fourth Row) — Roy Berry, Mary Witthauer, Da-
vid Biggers, (Fifth Row) — Anita Broom, Sandy
Frazier, Alan Ferguson, Terry Ellis, Peter White-
head, (Sixth Row)— Tim Smithhart, Barry White,
David Draughn, Scott Bowie
Roy Is editor of the Purple and White, a peer advisor, a member of tine
Millsaps Singers, and Officer Number IV (Corresponding Secretary)
for Alpha Kappa Order. He is a member of Omicron Delta Kappa,
Sigma Lambda, Alpha Phi Theta, and Theta Nu Sigma. He is a History
Major and particiapted in The British Studies of Oxford program in the
summer of 1981.
Debra Ann Basham
Debra is a History major and a German minor. She is a member of
Sigma Lambda (Vice-President), Omicron Delta Kappa, Phi Eta Sig-
ma, Eta Sigma, Phi Alpha Theta, Schiller Gesellschafts, Deutscher
Verein (Former President), Millsaps Singers, and various College
committees. Debra also received the Deutscher Verein Award and
the Intermediate German Award. She is a Dean's List Student.
92— Who's Who
Richard Hampden Birdsong
A Jackson native, whose passions are: scuba
diving, reading anything about science (that's
not over his head), patronizing video games, and
being single. Having had to pay most of his way
through school, he has held numerous part-time
jobs (several at once usually), of which his all-
time favorite is as a console operator for the
Jackson/Davis Planetarium, His major study is
Biology, with emphasis on heading off to a medi-
Scott is a Chemistry and Ivlathematics major. He is a member of Eta Sigma '
(Preisdent), Theta Nu Sigma, Sigma Lambda, Phi Eta Sigma, and Honor's
Review Committee. He is a peer advisor. Physical Chemistry Lab Assistant,
and Co-captain of the varsity cheerleaders. Scott is a Dean's List student.
Susan is a Voice and Theatre major. She is a member of the Miilsaps
Singers, Miilsaps Troubadours (since their reorganization in 1980),
Alpha Psi Omega, and the Miilsaps Players. As an active member of
the Miilsaps Players, she has had major roles since her freshman
year and was selected for membership in Alpha Psi Omega, a national
dramatics honorary, her sophomore year She received the 1981
Miilsaps Players Acting Award for Guenevere in "Camelot". She is a
member of Kappa Delta Sorority and was their Songfest director in
1980 and 1981. Susan has received the Strieker Scholarship.
Jay Gotten (Right)
Jay is a Theatre major from Clinton, Mississippi. He is a member of Omicron
Delta Kappa, Sigma Lambda, Ptii Kappa Pfii, and Alptia Psi Omega (Presi-
dent). He is active with the Millsaps Players. He won the Best Supporting
Actor Award for 1980-81 . Jay interned with the Alabama Shakespeare Festi-
val in the summer of 1981 as one of twelve apprentice actors selected from
the eastern United States.
Terrance L. Ellis
Terry is a member of Omicron Delta Kappa, Sigma Lambda (Secre-
tary and Treasurer). Theta Nu Sigma, Beta Beta Beta, Alpha Epsilon
Delta, Black Student Association (Past Vice President), Alpha Phi
Alpha, and JABOD dancers. He is also a Dean's List student.
Nancy Sue Gregorie (Above)
Nancy Sue is a member of Omicron Delta Kappa (Past Vice President), Sigma Lambda,
Stylus Staff, and Chi Omega Fraternity (Past Pledge Class President, Past Assistant
Chapter Correspondent, Past Vice President). She also served as Student Executive
Board Secretary for 1979. She is a Dean's List Student.
Kathie is a Piano Major from Ellisville, Mississippi. She is a member of Chi Omega (Rush
Chairman, Songleader, Songfest Chairman), Sigma Lambda, Phi Eta Sigma, and Millsaps
Singers. Kathie is also a Resident Assistant in Bacot Dormitory.
Who's Who — 95
George C. Harris, Jr.
George is a Chemistry major heading for a career in medicine. He is a
member of Omicron Delta Kappa, Sigma Lambda, Alpha Epsilon Del-
ta, Eta Sigma, Black Student Association, Pi Delta Phi, Theta Nu
Sigma (President), and Omicron Gamma chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha
Fraternity, Incorporated (President). He plays on the varsity tennis
squad. He served as a student senator and on various committees.
George won the Heritgae Creative Arts Award in Music in 1978
(Freshman Division). He spent the summers of 1980 and 81 in cancer
research in Pittsburg. He is also a musician and a Dean's List student.
Dorothy is a Biology major. She is a member of the Millsaps Singers, Troubadours, Sigma
Lambda, Beta Beta Beta, Alpha Epsilon Delta, and Theta Nu Sigma. She is a member of Phi
Mu Fraternity, and has served as Chaplain, Membership Director, and President. She also
was a member of Lambda Chi Alpha Cresent Court for two years. Dorothy received the
Marion L. Smith Scholarship.
96— Who's Who
Milton C. Johnson
Milton is a Biology major (pre-medical). and he has been enrolled at Millsaps
since 1978. He has participated in Omicron Delta Kappa, Sigma Lambda,
Eta Sigma, Student National Medical Association, Black Student Associ-
ation (Treasurer), Alpha Epsilon Delta (Secretary), Theta Nu Sigma, Beta
Beta Beta, and has served as leaders of various committees He vxas one ot
the eight founding brothers of Omicron Gamma chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha
Fraternity Incorporated (1st Vice President). Milton participated in intramu-
ral basketball and in the play "The Merchant of Venice". He is a Dean's List
Thomas Ray Miller
Thomas is a Political Science major from McComb, Mississippi. He served
as First Vice President of the Student Executive Board, Chairman of the
Student Activities Committee, and as President ot the Black Student Associ-
ation. He was a student senator. Thomas was a member of the Millsaps
Players. He also served as Elizabethan Faire Committee Co-chairman. He is
a Dean's List student.
Who's Who — 97
Monte Dale Rector
Monte is a Marketing major. He is a member of Kappa Sigma Fraternity. Sigma Lambda, and
FCA. He is a varsity basl<etball player and a varsity cheerleader for the football team. Monte
served on Millsaps Judicial Council and Peer Advising program. He acted as a resident
assistant and as a Kappa Delta big brother. Monte participated in the British Studies at Oxford
Elizabeth Anne Sekul
Lizanne is a Chemistry major and plans a medical career. She is a member of Omicron Delta
Kappa, Sigma Lambda, Beta Beta Beta, Alpha Epsilon Delta, Eta Sigma, and Kappa Delta
Sorority. Lizanne also served on various College Committees. She is a Dean's List Student.
Timothy N. Smithhart
98— Who's Who
Susan is a Psychology Major, She is a member of the
Methodist Student Association (Chairperson), Campus
Ministry Team (Co-Chairperson). Eta Sigma, Phi Eta Sig-
ma, Sigma Lambda, Omicron Delta Kappa, and various
student committees. She participated in two New York Ur-
Becky is an English major and a member of Omicron Delta Kappa, Phi Eta Sigma, Eta
Sigma, Phi Alpha Theta, and Sigma Lambda (President). She is active on various
committees. She is a resident advisor and a Dean's List Student.
Other Millsaps Students selected for Who's Who, but are not
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The Action Scene
Whatever the interest may be — from
conference sports to intramural chess —
Millsaps' sports program has much to of-
fer every athlete and fan. Instead of de-
tracting from the general atmosphere, the
diverse opinions and liberal attitudes at
Millsaps help to stimulate and challenge
each individual player to try his best to
achieve personal as w/ell as team goals.
The spirit and support from the student
body makes every sporting event that
much more exciting. The coaches' incen-
tives and encouragement to their team
members add that special cohesive ele-
ment without which, a winning team could
not exist. From the intense rivalry of intra-
mural teams to a highly successful sea-
son in varsity football, Millsaps is ever
changing and always improving to demon-
strate its consistent determination to win.
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Jessie McRight struggles to shake a tackle.
Picking out his receiver, quarter-
back Byrd Hillman rares back to
MAJORS ARE 7-2
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Above: Junior running back James Henley breaks through the hole for extra
Left; Demonstrating his versatility, agile Daryl McLeod bats away a
The 1982 Millsaps Majors came through with a very success-
ful and impressive seven and two season. In the season opener,
the Majors stomped Fisk 52-0 due to a high powered offense
and stingy defense that held Fisk to a negative seven yards
rushing. The next week, the Majors put together another victory
against Southwestern by a score of 13-6 in a tough defensive
struggle. The next win came against Sewanee by a score of 27-
due to the fine talents of Daryl McLeod, Claude Arnett, Jesse
McRight, James Henley, David Miller and Quarterback Byrd
Hillman. The Majors met their first defeat in thirteen games the
following week as Central Florida edged them 13-6, despite the
Majors domination of the line of scrimmage for most of the day.
In the next game, the Majors fell short again by a score of 6-3
against West Georgia, with Chuck Smith putting up a 27 — yard
field goal in a game dominated by the defense of both teams.
Smith directed the Majors to their next win over Baptist Universi-
ty with the star performance of James Henley who rushed for
122 yards, the final score being 51-0. The Homecoming game
against the division — leading Scots of Maryville saw the Majors
with their hands full but being able to pull off a successful 33-6
decision and 385 yards total offense in an excellent display by
Byrd Hillman, Melvin Smith, Daryl McLeod, and Mike Torello.
Millsaps improved their winning record by blitzing Baptist Chris-
tian 50-0, limiting their opponents to a mere 37 yards total
offense. The Majors rounded out the year by notching Miles
College 16-12 as they managed 506 yards total offense with
Byrd Hillman completing eight of fourteen passes for a total of
With a look of determination, Dennis Delee averts a
There's a pile-up on the field as Scots and l\/laiors dive to recover a loose ball.
Millsaps seniors do a little clowning around before leaving for tfieir last game against Ivliles College. Left to rigfit are Robert Hemby, Gus Morris, Byrd Hillman,
Cfiuck Smith, Daryl McLeod, Brad Ctiism, Willie McCullum, Claude Arnett, Joey Sfielton, Roger Smitfi, Jesse McRigfit, Randy Hammond, Melvin Smitti, Lewis
Gilbert, Dennis DeLee, Anthony Bonds, and Rick Coggins
Willie McCullum, Lewis Gilbert, and Claude Arnett surge forward to crush the Scots.
Senior Jesse McRight sprints down the field uncontested for a big gain
Head Coach: Harper Davis |
Assistant Coach: Tommy
Offensive Team — (bottom row) Mike Terrello, Sidney Siebert, Robert
Hembry, Rick Coggin, Ivlarty Lester, Roger Smith; (top row) Brad
Chism, Ivlelvin Smitti, Jessie l^cWright, Dennis Delee, "Snake" No-
flin, James Henley, Darryl lylcCloud, Byrd Hillman.
Defensive Team — (bottom row) Jessie McWrigfit, Frank Lyie, Collin
Cope. Louie Gibert, Gus Morris; (top row) Joey Stielton. Cfiuck Smith.
Jimmy Brown. Claude Arnett. Anthony Bonds, Willie McCullum, Ben
The Millsaps Cheerleaders demonstrate their never-ending spirit at every game,
Waiting to get back in the game, Robert Lenour and Tom Purcell peer anxiously at the
This year was Millsap's first year to hiave a varsi-
ty — level soccer team. After struggling ttirough
tvi^enty — six games in two and a half months, the
Majors emerged with a 6-18-2 season. This record
was due to inexperience (thirteen freshmen) and
playing five schools in Division I and II, while Millsaps
remains Division III in all sports. However, there is
much hope in the future, because the Majors only
lose two players, and the 1982 season promises to
be very rewarding.
Freshman Terry Buckler keeps control of the ball as he prepares to pass it to a teammate.
Top: Racing downfield, Tom Moore attempts to dribble the ball away from a Tougaloo teammate.
Top: B,A, Holman and teammates rusti in to try and keep the ball in ttieir possession.
Bottom: WInile ttie Majors take a break, Coach George Gober administers first aid to Marion Lyons as Mike Newman and Haso Montalvo
get ready to go back to the action.
Northeast Louisiana Univ.
Hinds Junior College
Spring Air Soccer Club
Jackson Soccer Club
Jackson State Univ.
Univ. of South Alabama
Spring Air Soccer Club
Mississippi State Univ.
Birmingham Southern Univ.
Univ. of South Alabama
Univ. of New Orleans
Hinds Junior College
Univ. of Southern Miss.
Southwestern at Memphis
Louisiana Tech. Univ.
Nichol State Univ.
Univ. of New Orleans
Univ. of Mississippi
Jackson State Univ.
High Scorers: B.A. Holman, Michael New- |
Managers: Dana Doyle, Dawn Dietrich
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Millsaps Soccer 1981
Freddy Duggan "heads" the ball into the air as ;)^-' 'i
teammates anxiously look on.
1 10 — Soccer
A young but potential player watches closefly from the sidelines.
Top: John Ratliff takes time out to check out the ball before his Tougaloo rival resumes
Veteran Alan Vestal gets ready to punch the ball way down
field from the corner.
Soccer— 1 1 1
A New Coach
(Right) — Just a sample of the Millsaps Majors defense that
led the Majors to a victory over the Belhaven Blazers-
(Left to Right) — Steve Buckner, Dean Swindle, Pat Hare, Danny Farmer, Monte Rector. Tommy Murrey, Rick Pouiter, Kerry Goss, Tom Scott, Mike
Ford, Jerry Martin, Billy Gilchrist (Kneeling) — Manager Donald Brooks, Coach Don Holcomb, Trainer Scott Belham
112 — Men's Basketball
(Left) — Tom Scott bolts up to get ttie rebound. (Right) — Jerry Martin
gets a shot off past heavy defense. (Bottom) — The opponent. Fisk,
can only shoot from outside against the Major's defense
Men's Basketball— 1 13
(Top Right) — Monte Rector pulls down one for Millsaps, (Left) —
Opponent is harassed by Danny Farmer's defensive Skills. (Bot
torn) — The Majors Ready on defense, as Pat Hare gives the ba
handler plenty of trouble.
114— Men's Basketball
A New Season
(Top) — Fine team-work enables Tom Murrey to put another one in. (Left) —
Tom Murrey with a jumper for another two. (Right) — Post-game excitement
for everyone as Millsaps beats the Belhaven Blazers by one in a close game.
Men's Basketball — 115
Millsaps Majors —
A Hard Working
116— Men's Basketball
(opposite top — Dean Swindle shows top-rate ball control.) (opposite middle — Coacti Holcomb involves
tiimself totally in every practice.) (opposite bottom left — Tommy Murray stioots for two.) (opposite bottom
rigtit — Gerry Goss maneuvers the ball past his opponent.)
(top left — Coach Holcomb discusses strategy with his players during a crucial time
out.) (top right — Tom Scott goes up for a lay up as Pat Hare (54) positions himself
for the rebound.) (bottom left — Pat Hare's intense concentration continues until the
ball is through the hoop.) (bottom right — Coach Holcomb works on the defense with
Men's Basketball— 117
(Top Left) — Bibis Jordan leads the Lady Majors in a fastbreak which is good tor
a quick two points. (Top Right) — Nita Dates finds an opening and goes up for
The Lady Majors
(First Row) — Mary Elizabeth Kraft, Fran Wilson, Bibis Jordan, Faye Smith; (Second Row) — Karen Maxwell, Wanda Smith, Barbara Hopper,
Cindy Petermann, Melissa Latimer; (Third Row) — Coach Mary Ann Edge, Hilda White, Stephanie Durow, Cheryl Morgan, Mary Kay Hall,
Assistant Coach Daphne Montgomery.
118— Women's Basketball
(Top) — The bench — rest for the weary, first aid for
the injured and leadership for the players. (Ivliddle
Left) — Coach Edge gives the Lady Majors instruc-
tions during a time-out. (Middle Right) — Wanda
Smith out-plays her defense and takes a shot. (Bot-
tom) — Bursting full with concentration. Melissa Lati-
mer prepares to sink a free throw shot.
Women's Basketball— 1 19
'Together We Can
120— Women's Basketball
(opposite top left — Wanda Smith drives through the defense. (opposite top right — Mary Kay Hall
fights for the rebound, )(opposite bottom left — Point guard Faye Smith shows her quickness and
superior ball control by breaking down middle and driving for a lay-up. )(opposite bottom right —
Quick and high are two words that Hilda White must be thinking as she outjumps her opponent.)
(top left — Barbara Hopper blocks out opponent and snags the rebound. )(top right —
Lady Majors work the ball around.) (bottom left — Stephanie Durow out reaches
opponent to catch pass and put it up for two.)(bottom right — Defense is vital and
Melissa Latimer and Mary Elizabeth Kraft shows how it's done.
(Top Left) — Wanda Smith jumps high to block oppo-
nent's shot. (Top Right) — As Faye Smith is looking
for room, Barbara Hopper and Wanda Smith shift to
come to her aid, (Right) — Hilda White in the tip-off
for the Lady Majors,
122— Women's Basketball
Hard work and Hustle
(Top) — Fastbreak!! Mary Elizabeth Kraft throws to
Faye Smith as they break down the court. (Bottom) —
Melissa Latimer out maneuvers three defenders-
Women's Basketball— 123
In addition to Millsap's varsity sports, many students are in-
volved in various intramural activities around campus. Whether
you compete or just come to watch, intramurals are alv*/ays
exciting and fun.
Above left: Byrd Hillman turns and watches his
teammate return a serve. Above right: Kappa
Sigma Dave Cooper concentrates on a free
throw as Kenny Holloway and IVIark Livingston
Right: The Kappa Deltas and Phi Mu's "tip off"
another exciting "A" game.
124 — Intramurals
Football — Soccer — Volleyball — Basketball — Tennis
Top: Fired up fans watch another Phi Ml — Kappa Deita confronta-
Above: Independent Jynnifer Jemison serves up a big one.
The Pikes and Lambda Chi's really hustle in a close soccer game.
Various organizations exist on the Mill-
saps campus that allow students to pur-
sue their individual interests. Political or-
ganizations allow those students with
leadership capabilities to funnel their in-
terests in such a way that the entire cam-
pus may benefit. Creative organizations
serve to allow individuals to contribute to
the Millsaps community through singing,
acting, and in published work. All the
groups at Millsaps foster a sense of uni-
ty — they are an underlying framework —
which allows the college community to
achieve a sense of "oneness". Whatever
the interest might be, there are opportuni-
ties to develop those interests her at Mill-
SEB Senators: (Front row) Paul Ogden, Jimmy Otts, Lauri Stamm, Brad Chism, Jo Anne Watson, Jane Tucker. (Second row) Dean Stuart Good, Rakesh Mangal, Ptiil
Gaines, Jynnifer Jemison, Betti Collins, Billy Wheeley. (Third row) Richard Birdsong, Candi Ashley. Lucy Lacey, Peter Birdheim, Matt Lundy, Clyde Parks, Rory
Berry. (Fourth row) Mark Hopkins, Jay Dickens.
The Student Executive Board attempt-
ed to get students involved with campus
activities this year. Leaders passed out
pamphlets and held meetings in order to
find out what students wanted out of Mill-
saps' life. However, even with all their ef-
fort, apathy still rules at Millsaps, and
changes come very slowly, if at all. The
Publications improved as well as dorm
activities. In December, elections for
1982 officers exchanged Billy Wheeler
for Brad Chism as President, James Hen-
ley for Peter Birdheim as First Vice Presi-
dent, Andy Brown for Richard Birdsong as
Second Vice President, Brad Cooper for
Lauri Stamm as Secretary, and Denise
Heaman for Phil Gaines as Treasurer.
(Left) Brad Chism speaks with the Student
"Wednesday group" about campus problems.
(Right) Jynnifer Jemison draws up a poster of elec-
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'-i S^i- -Siirv.'^
(Upper Left) Billy Wheeler discusses school politics
over lunch, (Upper Right) Jynnifer Jemison and
Richard Birdsong count up election votes (Middle
Left) James Hendley plans his moves after being
elected First Vice President. (Middle Right) Brad
Coopertakes notes at an executive session. (Lower
Left) Student Senators listen to the SEB president.
(Upper Right) (First row) Katrina Srears, Joanne Wise. (Second row)
Anttioney Nicoles, Milton Jotinson, Terr Ellis, Tom Scott, Ken Luckett, '\x<. ^^
Zeather Gladney, >---A'.
(First row) Daniel Macleay, sponser, Tommy
McGee. Laura Buckler, Debra Bastiam. (Sec-
ond row) Eva McCreary, John Guest,
sponser, Jolene li^cCaleb.
One Act Plays
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138 — Toubadours
Toubadours — 139
(Top) Stylus staff member fiands out copies of the stu-
dent literary publication to students just before Cfirlst-
mas. (Left) Richard BIrdsong works with Stylus listings.
(Right) Editor Camllle Clement rechecks a final draft for
(Upper Left) Photographer Anita Addington rushes to meet the P
and W's deadlines (Upper Right) Linda Jew types copy for the P
and W (f^iddle) tvlanaging Editor Jane Tucker does a final re-
check on lay out. (Lower) Editor Roy Berry and staff relax after a
(Lower Left) Photographer Mark Hopkins makes a self-portrait
(Lower Right) Section Editor Gwen Clopton works out details in
her student life section.
(upper left) Copy writer Phyllis Pfanschmldt checks contact sheets
to find photos that match her copy. (Upper Right) Editor Allison
Sikes reviews a lay-out, (Lower Left) Sports section editor Lisa
Catledge matches copy and pictures in a final check-out before
she submits her work to Herff Jones.
Bobashela — 143
Caught Up In The Rush
The nine Greek letter organizations on
campus fill the unique needs of the stu-
dents making up their membership. These
sororities and fraternities are groups of
collegiate women and men who have
joined together for social, service, and
intellectual purposes, with dedication to
common ideals and goals, having bound
themselves in a lifetime of sisterhood and
brotherhood. "Formal Rush" took place
the first week of school. Prospective
"sisters" and "brothers" had opportuni-
ties to meet and talk with active members
during rush week and decided whether or
not to pledge. Greek activities during the
1981-1982 school year included Scholar-
ship Competition, Spirit Competition at
Homecoming, Intramurals, Greek Week,
Swaps, Songfest, and Parties. Sororities
and fraternities maintained their involve-
ment in numerous campus, local, and na-
tional activities, and each continued to
uphold their reputations as valuable as-
sets to the university community.
The Panhellenic Council consists of elected members from each of the chartered Greek organizations on campus. The Council is
responsible for organizing rush week and Greek week and is active in many community services. The Council continually promotes
good sorority relations. Through good activities such as free movies and progressive dinners, the integrity of the Greek system on
campus is maintained.
The Interfraternity Council is composed of two representatives from each of the five fraternal organizations on campus. The
purpose of the IFC is to help promote better relations between fraternities on campus. The Council provides a forum for dialogue be-
tween the fraternities. IFC is responsible for coordinating formal rush.
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Top to Bottom left to rigtit — Jotin May, Milton Johnson; second row — Rory Berry, third row — Andrei Howze. Michael Williams: fourth row — Terry Ellis; fifth row — An-
thony Nichols: bottom — George Harris
148— Alpha Phi Alpha
Black and Gold . . . Alpha Apes . . . Cold
and cocky . . . Manly deeds . . . Scholar-
ship and Love for all Mankind . . . Step-
Down . . . Light of the World!
Alpha Phi Alpha
"Men of Distinction and
On a warm fall afternoon an Alpfiaman enjoys a
beautiful girl's company.
Alphaman on tils way to class.
Alpha Phi Alpha— 149
Left to right — Shirley Newsome, Monica Northington, Jo Anne Wise, Alice Stamps, Linda Dillard, Shelia Moran
Alpha Kappa Alpha
150 — Alpha Kappa Alpha
Jo Anne steppin' out
Shirley lookin' for a dreann to appear
Which direction do we go in to get there?
"Alpha Kappa Alpha: An Ivy's Dream
and Soror's Treasure" ... 20 Pearls . . .
"Y'all have the cutest shirts!" . . . pink
tea rose . . . Easter Bunnies . . . Wouldn't
'cha like to be an Ivy, too? . . . "Every
Lady Ought to Be" . . . It's an AKA nation,
a pink and green world . . . Love us, hate
us, but you can't ignore us! . . . "Hearts
that are loyal, and hearts that are true"
... A Chosen Few . . . Omicron Delta
Kappa . . . Sigma Lambda . . . Beta Beta
Beta . . . Theta Nu Sigma . . . Alpha Epsi-
lon Delta . . . Black Student Association
. . . Campus Ministry Team . . . CONTACT
... A Touch of Class . . . Alpha Hunt . . .
"So let my soul like the Ivy be" . . . Pass
the Torch . . . AKA Scholar, Monica . . .
Graduating Sorors, Linda and Jo, we'll
miss you! . . . The Pink Lady . . . greatest
saleswomen on earth . . . This is Alpha
Territory. . . I was ALPHATIZED! . . . Look
out, Boston, here we come! . . . We can
make it happen . . . Skee-Wee! . . . AOA's
are COLD and COCKY, AKA's are FINE
and FOXY . . . "When shall I stop loving
AKA?" . . . "Oh, Alpha Kappa Alpha, we
Alpha Kappa Alpha— 151
"We go together ..."... "Depth and
Class" . . , The Dominoes . . . Another
winning season . . . Sigma Lambda . . .
Omicron Delta Kappa . . . Homecoming
Maid Lori . . . Cheerleaders . . . Millsaps
Players and Singers . . . Pike Dream Girl
Court . . . POB'S . . . Hooter ot the Week
... The Big "I" . . . S.S. and W.R Win-
ter formal . . . "What broken tables?" . . .
spread snatchers . . . Songfest . . . "Not
the door, the window?" . . . Owl Man Jon
. . . Owl men Wade, Bill, Chris, Bob . . .
GWO . . . "What time is it?" . . . State Day
A' Cappella Choir . . . Queen Goob . . .
Those girls with a box on their heads . . .
Slave Sale . . . "We'll always be togeth-
er" . . . Cardinal and Straw . . . "Oh, to
reach my destination and a Chi Omega
Tana Browning, Kaye Koenig
Anne Carslile, Debbie Fischer, Lisa Hapgood, Nancy Brown, Laura Yee, Lessley
152— Chi Omega
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Mary Kay Hall, Helen Richardson, Mary Virginia Kay,
Carolyn Ross, Karyn Davis, Antionette Cheeney,
Cathy Lucas, Kathy Van Skiver, Elizabeth Farga-
son, Claudia Stewart. Nancy Sue Gregorie, Lida Bur-
ris, Anne Hogue, Suzanne Colston, Helen Gillaspy,
Lessley Shicker, Carolyn Serio, Stephanie Sams,
Betsy Bradley. Paulette Nicholson, Emily Adams,
Karen Shaw, Dale Burrus, Denise Heaman, Laurie
Eskridge. Tara McPherson, Nancy Bagby, Shan
Priester. Tricia Bonner, Lisa Catledge, Angle Cam-
phele, Betsy Ellis, Courtney Pool, Tammy Grantham,
Sandy Frazier, Elizabeth Forsythe, Beth Collins,
Anne Carlisle, Terrell Ann Brocato, Lisa Hapgood,
Nancy Brown, Fran Brooks, Suzanne McElhattan,
Arlette Hulsey. Kaye Koenig. Nancy Flowers, Robin
Wineman. Debbie Fischer. Nancy Rhae, Sandy Dil-
lon. Beth Sullivan. Laura Yee. Tana Browning, Lydia
Smith, Stephanie Barlow, Kathie Gunn, Shan Weis-
singer. Debbie Palmer. Seniors — Kathy Van Skiver,
Karyn Davis. Claudia Stewart. Antionette Cheeney.
Helen Richardson. Mary Virginia Kay, Kathie Gunn.
Stephanie Barlow, Nancy Sue Gregorie, Debbie
PImer. Robin Wineman. Kaye Koenig
Chi Omega— 153
Claude Arnette, Tim Smithheart, Chris Cheek, Tom Purcell, Dave Draughn. Keith Holden, Adam Harbuck, Paul Bergeron, Jeff Berry, Rod Brown, John Johnson,
Chipper Cowan, Jeff Brown, Joey Stone, Tom Lewis, Joe Austin, John Blakey, Andrew Marion, Wade Young, Bill Cheerey, Alan Ferguson, Jay Dickens, Scott
Weedie, Scott Singletarry, Matt LInary, Glenn Thomas, Roy Berry, Bill Harper, Michael Jarrett, Stephen Lott, Barry Tedder, Jimmy Morris, Dan Burrus, Paul Grahan
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154— Kappa Alpha
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"In 1865 ..."... Scholarship . . .
soccer champs . . . Old South . . . Hel-
luva Rush . , . The Face Men . . . ODK
. Sigma Lambda . . . intramurals
again . . . KA's take a walk . . . Muscu-
lar Dystrophy . . . Rose Byron . . .
Rose? . . . varsity football, basketball,
and soccer . . . Hub . . . Stork . . . Turgid
. . . Sharecroppers . . . Black & White
. . . KA's have a float . . . Sloth . . .
George Jetson ... I Love Lucy . . .
C.H.O . . . Tri-pod . . . Root . . . Pajama
Party . . . KA's save port . . . Rush . . .
Knights of Alcohol . . . The Beave . . .
Where's Bobby? . . . Dog'em, Claude
. . . Lumberjack . . . But she doesn't act
like a freshman . . . "Yodify" . . . KA
Newspaper (The Crimson and Gold)
. . . Joe Hardy . . . Wink Martindale . . .
Boodie . . . Perennial pledges . . .
Lurch and Sehmuck . . . Ozone end-
zone . . . MG on the porch . . . brother-
hood ..."... and all those damn old
Yankees can simply go to hell."
Bill Cheeney. Glen Thomas, Michael Jarrett stop
off at the tennis courts after soccer practice
Bill Harper practices with the tennis team
Bill Cheeney waits for Ivlillsaps to score again so
that he can fire off the KA cannon-
Kappa Alpha — 155
"We're Sisters through the years" . . .
Emerald and Pearl . . . KD Hades . . .
"When can we eat?" . . . Mayflower . . .
"Show me the way to get a date" . . .
Scholarship Award . . . Methodist Chil-
dren's Home . . . Wheat, barley, tea! . . .
Intramurals . . . Millsaps Players and
Singers . . . Troubadours . . . Omicron Del-
ta Kappa . . . Sigma Lambda . . . White
Rose . . . Friday the 13th .. . Katydids . . .
Frogs and Turtles . . . "How you gonna
keep 'em down on the farm?" . . . Easter
Seals Telethon . . . Natchez Pilgrimage
Queen . . . Pike Dream Girl Court . . .
Homecoming maids . . . Cheerleaders . . .
Tennis Team . . . Carnations . . . "Please
Buy a Raffle Ticket" . . . "Let's drink a
toast" . . . Super KD DD's . . . Ta Kala
Diokomen . . . "Just look around and
watch it grow" . . . AOT Baby!
Theresa Bingham, Ginny Vegas, Katherine Stark, Suzannah Bowie, Suvannah McMillan, Byron Johnson, Beth Wilson, Carye Clark, Susan Brindley, Camille Clennent,
Jane Cooper, Laura Wright, Karen Parker, Teresa Williamson, Lizanne Sekul, Kim Koury, Tanna Ingle, Lauren Gordon, Lucia Silveira, Kathy Leggett, Vicki Sallis,
Becky Hutchinson, Lynn Loflin, Kaye Lee, Mary France Hillman, Kelly Morelon, Lauren Gutierrez, Susan Trainson, Cindy Phelps, Beth Bland, Dale Massey, Karen
Kurtz, Gay Pepper, Frances Wilson, Betsy Gwin, Lauri Skimm, Mary Ann Blount, Margaret Corban, Lisa McGee, Jane Yandell, Erin Fairley, Missy Maggie, Inger
Wray. Terri Clark, Catherine McKense, Mary Witthauer, Stacy Shiflette, Jo Billups, Susan Lauer, Debbie Arnold, Ruma Hague, Cnadi Ashley, Vicki Crarin, Anne
Loflin, Carney Stevens, Debbie McGregor, Fran Wilson
156— Kappa Delta
Byron Johnson, Karen Park, Camille Clement. Caryl
Clark, Suvannah McMillain, Beth Wilson, Jane Coo-
per. Lizanne Sekul, Teresa Williamson. Laura
Wright. Susan Brindley
Fran Wilson gives the photographer an "evil eye."
Byron Johnson, Maud DeLes Gober, Erin Fairley
work on a project in the KD house
Caryl Clark relaxes after an intramural football
Fran Wilson blocks a Phi Mu to spring Byron John-
son free for another big gain.
Inger Wray and Catherine fvlcKenzie eat homecom-
ing lunch In the bowl.
Kappa Delta— 157
Hey, is this the Waldor Astoria? . . .
Crescent City Conclave . . . Ain't gonna
hurt nobody . . . Entertainment Emporium
. . . Hey Swabs . . . Garhead . . . Gerry's
Van Opener . . . Roger Dodger's Fan Club
. . . Hey Whores . . . Dancin in The Rain . . .
Alfred's Cold Beer Bosy . . . Always trip-
pin .. . Harper and Tommy's Boys ... 78
out to pasture . . . Push-Push . . . Pike
Dream girl or KA Rose? (yours? OURS)
. . . Who knows? . . . Jockratise and
Clayto . . . REM . . . Hey Tramp . . .
Swound Bros . . . Founders Day and Free-
dom equals the Fountain . . . Double
Dutch . . . Bacot Bound — Incognito . . .
Dean god . . . Pem's Perils . . . Freddie
and Eric, Riding the Rigs . . . Dwayne sur-
vives the triangle . . . Brad gets cold feet
. . . Jon flies to Fisk . . . Say goodnight
Dick/Goodnight Dick . . . A.E.K.D.B.
Sigs show their spirit at Homecoming Game.
Dwayne Chisnutt and Scott Hatchett during Intramu-
ral soccer game.
Kappa Sigmas show their typical brand of humor
after halftime during Homecoming game.
158 — Kappa Sigma
Byrd Hillman, Clyde Parks, Mike Magglo, Darryl McCloud, Jerry Maddox, Doug Hanagah, Jeff Alexander, Steve Hancock, Joey Shelton, Dave Peterson, Jotin
Mercer, Clanton Sandford, Steve Magglo, John Bishop, Scott Hatchett, Todd Willis, Greg Sliman, Marshall Pennberton, Peter Berhelm, Mike Turrello, John Wilson,
Rober Humbey, Sam Clark, David Rogers, Mark Livingston, Mark Hopkins, Mike Cordello, Mike Waters, Dominic Ross, Tim Gill, Greg Henry, Joey Roten
Kappa Sigma— 159
Who isn't dropped';
Just a few rotten
boards . . . Pippin Green and Orange?!!! . . .
Elmer's, Keith, and Laura . . . ODK Someday
. . . MA-A-A-RK . . . Who's Jim with tonight?
. . . Magnolia . . . "Out here on my own" . . .
Pink and Green ... Is my hair O.K.? . . . Move
that Audi! . . . Koala . . . What are they fight-
ing about now? . . . Deal with it . . . blindfolds
and cigarettes ... Is that somebody's moth-
er? . . . 2(n-1) . . . Melanie who? . . . Asshole
. . . Who kissed that slave? . . . Adam and
the ants . . . Jellyhead
Aim High Lambda
Warren Williams, Margo Templeton, Margaret Hurley
Mark Biggs and Dorothy Gunter
160— Lambda Chi Alpha
Don Keenan losses a frisbee as Jay Garrett, Cordelia Douzenis, Jeff Giles,
Carrie Arnold, and Jim ti^agnus watch.
Mark Ivlitchell and Richard Harb relax a little, but not too long: they're studying
Don Keenan, Mark Biggs, Jim Woodrick, Richard Grove, Jeff Giles, Peter Whitehead, Jim Magnus, Mark Mitchell, Bill West, Ken Lancaster, Greg Murphy, Kevin
O'Malley, Pat Doherty, Jay Garrett, Brad Cooper, Dan Columbus, Joe Aubrey White, Richard Harb, Jimmy Otts, Warren Williams, Pat Gregory, Paul Ogden
Lambda Chi Alpha — 161
President Dorothy Hodges begins yet another candlelight. Rhonda Jones, Irish Tyler, and Daria Kathman
relax in front of the sorority bulletin boards.
Fran Bailey, Puddin Collins, Elizabeth Ivlilazzo, Betty Burton, Cordelia Douzenis, l^largo Templeton, Phyllis Pfanschmidt, Anita Addington, Cathy Schroeder, Ann
Freeman, Renee l^cCain, Dorothy Gunter, Rhonda Jones, Susan Strain, Mary Lynn Dixon, Tama Williams, Cindy l^clntyre, Ann l\/lcCord, Bonnie O'Neill, Paula West,
Christy Gilliland, Jo-Anna Ray, lilimi Walton, Kelly Benton, Ruby White, Kathie Hanafourde, Emma Carr, Laci Goodwin, Laurie Hamilton, Karia Smith, Katrina
Jameson, Tereau Pearson, Susan Graves, Joyce MacNaughton, Dorothy Hodges, Sarah Gregory, Elizabeth Walston, Ivlarie Nation, Jeanne Poole, Carrie Arnold,
Chrissie Clark, Peggy Barrett, Laura Berry, Amy Bunnell, Thames Morris, Melanie Lee, Carolyn Moore, Lee West
"Lady bugs, lions, Enchantress carna-
tions" . . . Chapter of the Quarter . . . This
S'nearly is yours . . . Paula's Yellow Rose
... I like "beep" out of this girl . . . Pref —
The Need To Be ... Hot Mamas . . .
Queen Ann, again . . . Maid Tama . . . Spir-
it Award . . . Football . . . How many Sing-
ers and Troubs?!? . . . Tennis Team . . .
Bobashela . . . Purple and White . . . C-
Girl Margo . . . Marie, Dorothy, Laura . . .
Just thank me . . . Maybe Not! . . . Delta
Kappa . . . Sigma Lambda . .. Tri Beta . . .
Theta Nu Sigma . . . D-U-L-L, Dull! . . .
Brad, Dan, Ken, Chuckie Baby ... Phi Hal-
loween Party . . . Serenading the Phis . . .
Seniors we'll never forget . . . Love, Hon-
or, Truth . . . Les Soeurs Fideles . . . To-
gether, Forever, Phi Mu.
Phi Mus cheer their sisters on to victory at an intramural football game.
At 5:00 a.m., Cordelia Douzenis stumbles out to the Phis serving the actives breakfast.
The Third-East crew acts crazy for the camera.
Phi Mu— 163
Pi Kappa Alpha
Grill lounging 101 ... 35 pledges . . .
Hump Night . . . Pee Wee Blockhead . . .
Pi Kappa Alpha Varsity Soccer, Football,
Basketball . . . Kathy, Tammy, Anne, Oney
. . . Beth, Dream Girl . . . Manor Part II: The
Story Continues . . . He's doing what?
where? . . . Who needs parties . . .
Where's Mobile? . . . Birdsong, Brown,
Boty, Vestal-Dagger-daddies . . . Opie-
Owl Man . . . Buddha-think IHOP . . . Clam-
pett club ... Art Auction . . . Pike Run . . .
Haunted House . . . Birdsong, Foosh-SEB
. . . Bowtie-IFC . . . Hambone . . . Magee
Married? . . . Haimeship . . . Crosby — a
man barely alive . . . A.B. — B.D.? . . . Jay:
what wallet? . . . Banker Bob — the white
blob. . ,$18,000 worth of paper. . .Apple
Hendrix . . . M. Molester . . . Billy Jiz . . .
Annual, P & W . . . Singers, Troubagoobs
. . . Quiet down Trigg! . . . The Human Ash-
tray . . . Chicken run . . . But we don't like
you, Sneed . . . 'em bayo . . . Ladson
packed off . . . Captain K. is back . . . Dad-
dy, Part III: The Saga Continues ... Mr.
Van Velkinpuke . . . Oldest Active —
Brock . . . J. P.P. — Destitute Aristocrat
. . . Jeff and Allen . . . the Gook is Gone . . .
Survival of the fittest . . . R.I. P. Baron . . .
Waaaid aminute . . . New Furniture . . .
Slob beer . . . How bout dem Dodgers,
Ben . . . Philip, Crosby, Boty, Ben, Roger,
164— Pi Kappa Alpha
Jack Forbes on Alan Finley's shoulders, Bill Harper, Mike Redwine, Jim Price, Marty Lester, Rictiard Birdsong, Tammy Grantham, Jon Boggus, Ann Lotlin, Boty McDonald,
Mark Stringer, Ben Wynne, Scott Bauer, Philip Gaines, Kathy Leggett, Andy Brown, Beth Wilson, Mike McFaney, Roger Brock, Terry Buckler, Tommy Williamson, Beau But-
ler, Jimmy Tindall, Tim Carrigan, Bill Hetrick, David Leggett, Jay Rogers, Lee Dempsey. Micheal Van Velkinburg, "Bleu", Ben Wheeler
Marion Lyons unloads computer equipment donated
to Millsaps by Pikes.
Pikes celebrate the end of the long rush week.
Terry Buckler enjoys playing ping-pong in the Game
Pi Kappa Alpha— 165
Greeks Around Campus
Jeft Giles and Jim Woodrick enjoy the long-awaited yearbooks
Kattiie Hanafourde experiences the freshman life.
Jo Anne Wise relaxes outside the Union.
166 — Greeks
The heart of Millsaps is the students —
the individuals of Millsaps. Individuals
come together for this brief moment in
time to learn and grow and then they go
their separate ways. During this moment
the individual contributes to the character
of the school. Their individual talents and
personalities make up the school of Mill-
Kenneth S. Bowie
Debora R. Dorsett
Nancy Sue Gregorie f
Julia Guernsey f
Mary Virginia Kay
What if we can't get everyttiing in there?— Ginger Rogers, Karen Parker
Senior — 171
Jynnifer Jemison prepares a research paper.
We are going to do it my way and ttiat's final! — Anttiony Bonds
172 — Senior
John Paul Barber
Rory V. Berry
Junior-Senior — 173
174 — Junior
Andy Brown and Denise Heaman organize their ideas after winning SEB elections.
Jo Lynn Michael
Junior — 175
George Noflin Jr.
176 — Junior
I am going to be late for class but I am going to take my time!
Kathy Van Skiver
Junior — 177
Mary Lynn Dixon
178 — Sophomore
Mary Frances Hillman
180 — Sophomore
Joe Aubrey White
Mary Ann Blout
Sophomore-Freshman — 181
182 — Freshman
Mary Kay Hall
Freshman — 183
Sarah L. Mounger
184 — Freshman
Ann Lessley Strieker
Freshman — 185
Michelle Meggs digs into her roast beef Christmas dinner.
The tree outside of the student union is a favorite resting spot of many stu-
186 — Freshman
Claude Elias Arnetl, III
Baton Rouge. La.
Debra Ann Basham
John Divid Blizzard
B.S. Chemistry /Physics
Elizabeth Jean Brady
Barry Eugene Brewer
B S. Political Science
Jack White Brewer
Antoinette Bibb Cheney
B.A. Business Administration
Herbert W Clark
Jacquelyn Letitia Clark
B.A. Business Administration
Mary Melissa Covington
B.S. Political Science
Catherine Ann Crawford
Anita Gay Creel
Debora R Dorsett
Terrance L'monte Ellis
Alan Jay Ferguson
Philip Walter Gaines
Rebecca S. Gordon
Baton Rouge, La
Nancy Sue Gregorie
B.S. Political Science
Baton Rouge, La.
Kathie Grace Gunn
B.A. Music Piano
Janice Kaye Koenig
Gretchen Elaine Kurzweg
B.A. Business Administration
Peter Eugene Langworthy
Steven Bryan Lott
West Point. Ms
Gerald Eugene Maddox
B.A, Business Administration
B,S, Political Science
Norman Lee Morris, Jr
B S, Biology
Dennis Wilentz McGraw
B S, Biology
B.A. Psychology Educat.
Sandra Lynn Perkins
William Bransford Harper
Robert Thomas Hogg
Janice Lynn Jenkins
Milton C Johnson
Mary Virginia Kay
B.S. Business Administration
Wanda Lou Knighton
James C. Poole
B.A. Music Education
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Jeffery Paul Reynolds
Helen A. Richardson
Elizabeth Ann Sekul
Allison Marolen Sikes
West Point. Va.
David R. Singletary
Timothy McCullogh Smithhart
Jimmy Lee Stringer
David Richard Turner
James Noel Turner
B.S. Business Administration
Donald Bradley Walsh
B.S. Psychology Major
Richard Brunn Whitehead
188 — Senior Index
Timothy Clark Weill
Kathryn L. Vanskier
Amy Carol Youngblood
(Lower Left) Lizanne Sekul works late in Quan lab.
(Lower Right) Rory Roark studies for exams in the
Senior Index — 189
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The many businesses in Jackson con-
tribute to the Millsaps Saga. Students pa-
tronize the Jackson stores and restau-
rants to relax and unwind and to get those
much needed late night items. This year,
Super Stop replaced Smith's as a late
night shop because of the new gates.
Students also head to the malls in Jack-
son to eat and relax. The businesses in
the area also contribute to the school it-
self through advertising in the P & W and
in the Bobastiela and by making dona-
tions to the school. The Jackson busin-
esses are an intregral part of the Millsaps
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Closing — 201
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Closing — 203
Our "Millsaps Saga" is now ending —
but this ending is really a lead-in for our
look out for the continuation of the Millsaps Saga —
to be released in Spring '83!
206— The Tag
The Tag — 207
Editor-ln-Chief Allison Sikes
Special Assistant To The Editor Gwen Clopton
Associate Editor Lou Knighton
Assistant Editor Joe Aubry White
Sports Lisa Catledge
Honoraries and Organizations Nancy Derry berry
Special Projects Denise Heaman
student Life Phyllis Pfanschmidt
Sports Kathy Clem
People Kim Fox
Greek Lisa Mcgee
Layout Karen Maxwell
Typist Debbie Fischer
Copy Phyllis Pfanschmidt
Amy Lyies Wilson
Projects Elizabeth Forsythe
("denotes major contributor)
Many thanks to Tom Wright, Allan Ferguson, Mrs. Galtney, Dean Good, JC Anthony (our Herff Jones Representative), and
Trailways ("BIG RED") Buslines for their help and advice.
Bobashela 82 was published by Herff Jones at their Montgomery, AL plant.