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1985 
BOBASHELA 

MILLSAPS 
COLLEGE 



1701 N. STATE STREET 

JACKSON, MS 

VOLUME LXXVll 





TABLE OF 




CONTENTS 




EVENTS 


14 


HONORS 


36 


ORGANIZATIONS 


62 


SPORTS 


90 


FACULTY 


132 


PEOPLE 


174 




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Kelly May and Jamie Noble show us how It's done. 

John PIgott, Student Body Association President, gives 
instructions for the next event. 





In rare form, Luis Camero 



"Nervous excitement" 

Fallout '84 was an event planned by the newly created Spirit Commit- 
tee. Under the leadership of Madolyn Robuck, the committee met several 
times during the summer to plan Fallout, an afternoon of activities and 
fun. 

Students were randomly divided into various teams and competed in 
field games and events. The Student Body Association officers and Spirit 
Committee members officiated the games. The day culminated with din- 
ner and a band in the bowl. 




tf " Left. Referee Kevin Russell keeps a close eye on the pro- 



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Center left John Piggott directs the 
activities. Bottom left Students re- 
lax in the bowl following the festivi- 
ties. Above: Marion Lyons' team- 
mates cheer him on. 



HOMECOMING 



Homecoming weekend has always been one 
of the most busy weekends for Millsaps College, 
and 1984 was no exception. Homecoming pic- 
nics were held in the bowl Friday and Saturday 
at lunch. A male beauty review, won by Robbie 
Muth, and an Air-Band contest provided the en- 
tertainment Friday. A C.S.'s party and a bon fire 
pep rally capped off the day's activities. Satur- 
day, sign competition rather than float competi- 
tion was held, and a spirit contest was held to 
see which organization would show the most 
support for the majors. Alumni events included 
golf, tennis, and racquetball tournaments, and 
class reunions. Nan Williams was crowned 
queen, and the Majors capped off the weekend 
by defeating Austin College 24-3 

Right and Below: Nan Williams, escort Stuart 
Green, and her court. 






Mary Vassar Ballard and escort Lee Ballard 



Julia Jones and escort Jaimie Ware 




Lee Rice and escort Matt Lundy 



Paige Sibley and escort Lee Thornton 



IT'S PARTY TIME! 



Each year the Student Body As- 
sociation sponsors several cam- 
pus-wide parties. These parties 
provide students with an opportu- 
nity to relax and socialize while 
taking a break from their studies. 
Live bands and dancing are often 
the main attractions at these 
events. SBA parties are also held 
at CS's and in the bowl. 

Right Kara Winsett, Rusty Green, Me- 
lissa Taylor and Mike Patterson. 




Above: Mary Katherine Wright and Julia Masterson Right 
Amy Adams and Susan Meriwether. 



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Left. Melissa Cumbest, Steve Clyburn, 
Melanie Page, Jim Ball, Shannon 
Doughty, and Emery Edwards. Below: 
Gilbert Myers and Helen France. 




Center left. Mary Margaret Patterson and Mont Berry. Above 
and bottom left, students dance to live bands. 



SPRINGOUT '85 



Springout '85 was an afternoon of games for the 
college community. As its September counterpart, 
Fallout, Springout featured competitions between 
various teams which were composed of Millsaps stu- 
dents and faculty. Team members were randomly 
chosen from the various residence districts on cam- 
pus. 

Competition came in the forms of sack races, 
wheelbarrow races and an evening game of Trivial 
Pursuit, to mention only a few. When individual cate- 
gorical scores were tabulated for each team, a win- 
ning team was named at the end of the day. 

The day's experiences included being sprayed by a water 
gun (right), spraying the water gun (lower right), jumping 
around in a sack (lower left) and even some occasional 
horsing around by the refs. (below). 




ROMAN BANQUET 



Each year the Classics Department and Eta Sigma Phi, the 
classics honorary, sponsor a traditional Greek or Roman 
banquet. These banquets alternate from year to year. This 
year, they held a Roman feast with customary Roman food. 
The main course at this year's banquet was a barbequed pig. 
Entertainment was provided by a traditional Middle Eastern 
dancer. About 150 people attended the banquet, which was 
held at the home of Dr. Catherine Freis, Eta Sigma Phi spon- 
sor. 

Any student who is enrolled in classics or anyone in honor- 
ary classics may attend this yearly event. Dr. Freis says that 
the purpose of this banquet is to fantacize about being a 
Roman and to have fun. 

Classics students experience the Roman life in discussion groups (left) and 
outdoor frolics (below). At bottom, Dr. Freis welcomes the roasted guest of 
honor. 




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FRIDAY FORUM 




August 31 

Mississippi Blues on the Road 
featuring Sam Myers and Jesse Robinson 
Location: The "Bowl" in front of the Boyd Camp- 
bell Student Center 
Time 12:00 
Sponsor: Student Body Association 

September 7 
The Role of the Museum in the State 
Speaker: Dr. Norman H. McCrummen, III, Direc- 
tor, Mississippi Museum of Art 
Sponsor: Department of Art 

September 14 

The World Energy Outlook 
Speaker: Dr. George Vockcroft, Petroleum Ge- 
ologist 
Sponsor: Department of Geology 

September 21 
The Social Context of Crisis in Central America 
Speaker: Prof. Frances H. Coker, Department of 
Sociology 
Sponsor: Department of Sociology 

September 28 
The Present Societal Demands on Public Educa- 
tion and Public Education's Response 
Speaker: Dr. Robert N. Fortenberry, Superinten- 
dent, Jackson Public Schools 
Sponsor: Campus Ministry Team 

October 5 

Reflections on Composing by an Artist 
Speaker: Dr. Frank Stewart, Professor of Music, 
Mississippi State University 
(also performing, along with others) 
Location: Academic Complex Recital Hall 
Sponsor: Heritage Program 

October 12 
A View of the Magnolia State 
Allyn Clarke Boone, Editor, Mississippi magazine 
Sponsor: Alumni Office 

October 26 
Ancient Life-Force Symbols and Early Migration 
Between the Old and New Worlds 
Speaker: Dr. Norman Totten, Associate Profes- 
sor of History, Bentley College 
Vice-President, the Epigraphic Society 
Sponsor: Department of History 



November 2 



Election, '84 



Speaker: Prof. John Quincy Adams, Depart- 
ment of Political Science 
Sponsor: Department of Political Science 

November 9 
Images of Madness 

Panel: Prof. Jack Agricola, Department of Art 
Dr. Charles Sallis, Department of History 
Dr. Garfield Turney, Psychiatrist, University 
of Mississippi Medical Center 
Dr. Jerry Ward, Department of English, Tou- 
galoo College 

(in association with an exhibition shown in the 
Lewis Art Gallery, November 21) 
Sponsor: Department of Psychology 

November 16 

Terrorism: The Confrontation in America and 

the World 

Speaker: Dr. Janet Hall, Political Analyst, 

Central Intelligence Agency 

Sponsor: Department of Political Science 

November 30 
Cameroon: An Intercultural Experience 
Speaker: Dr. Arienne Phillips, Department of 
History 
Sponsor: Department of History 

December 7 

Ecological Adventures in the Land Down Un- 
der: 

Millsaps Students Experience Australia 
Speakers: Dr. Dewey Meyers and Students 
Sponsor: Department of Biology 

January 18 
An Informance' 
Evelyn de la Rosa, Soprano 
Location: Recital Hall, Academic Complex 

January 25 
The Bible and Religion: The Development of 
Moral Beliefs in the South 
Speaker: Dr. Samuel Hill, Eudora Welty Visit- 
ing Professor of Southern Studies 

February 1 
Women Writers of the Contemporary South 
Speaker: Dr. Peggy Prenshaw 
Assistant Dean, Graduate School, University 
of Southern Mississippi 

February 8 

Afro-American Family: History and Strengths 
for the New Century 



Speaker: D Alferdteen Harrison, Professor of Histo- 
ry, Jackson State University 

February 15 

Current Trends in Contemporary Classical Music 
Speaker: Dr. Samuel Jones, Professor of Music, Rice 
University 

February 22 
Executive Women: How did we get here? 
Speakers: Susan Cain, Vice-president of Deposit 
Guaranty National Bank 
Sharon Petmiller, Manager, Ernst & Whitney 
Jeanne Luckett, President, Communication Arts 
Company 

Moderator: Kay Mortimer, Associate Dean, Millsaps 
College School of Management 

March 1 
Millsaps and the Public Good 
Speakers: U.S. Congressman Wayne Dowdy 
Jackson Mayor Dale Danks, Jr. 
Mississippi Senator Con Maloney 
James Be. Campbell, Chairman, Millsaps College 
Board of Trustees 

March 22 
Chemical Dependency as a Holistic Disease 
Speaker: Ms. Joanne Hartwig, Chief Head Counsel- 
or, Chemical Dependency Center, Mississippi Bap- 
tist Medical Center 

March 29 
Boys and Girls: Superheroes in the Doll Corner 
Speaker: Vivian G. Paley, Master teacher and au- 
thor. University of Chicago Laboratory School 

April 12 
A Concert of Twentieth Century Music 
Performer: Roscoe's Surprise Orchestra 
Location: Recital Hall, Academic Complex 

April 19 
Human Rights in a World of Government-Induced 
Pain 

Speaker: Pat Darian, Former Assistant Secretary of 
State, 

Co-ordinator of the Bureau of Human Rights and Hu- 
manitarian Affairs 

April 26 
Law and Racism in Mississippi 
Speaker: Robert McDuff, University of Mississippi 
School of Law 

'Sponsored by the Arts Alliance of Jackson/Hinds 
County and with support from the ICG Railroad and 
the Mississippi Arts Commission. 



ARTS and LECTURE 




The Millsaps Arts and Lectures Series is dedi- 
cated to expanding cultural enrichment opportu- 
nities in Mississippi by providing dynamic en- 
counters with the most celebrated and acclaimed 
talents of our day. 



SCHEDULE of 
EVENTS: 



"Thurber" by William Windom 

"Southern Legacy" by Willie Morris 

NYC Tapworks 

Jim Fixx 

The Millsaps Players 







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POLITICAL ACTIVITY 




Democratic ticket-seeker Rev. Jesse Jackson greets sup- 
porters during a campaign stop at Millsaps. 



With 1984 being tlie year of the Presidential elec- 
tion, the Millsaps campus buzzed with political activ- 
ity. Students formed political party groups to further 
the cause of their candidates. The Millsaps Republi- 
cans and Millsaps College Democrats sponsored 
speakers and provided volunteers for local cam- 
paigning. 

The Millsaps College Democrats played host to 
two famous political figures. On Sept. 16, national 
media attention focused on our campus as Rev. Jes- 
se Jackson, civil rights leader and candidate for the 
Democratic nomination for president, spoke to an 
overflowing crowd in the Academic Complex Lec- 
ture Hall. Rev. Jackson gave a rousing speech full of 
the rhythmic cadence and eloquence for which is 
justly famous. 



John Zaccaro, Jr. peaks to the Millsaps community. Zac- 
carro visited the campus while making a Southeastern tour 
during which he visited many colleges. 

On Sept. 18, John Zaccaro Jr., son of vice-presi- 
dential hopeful Geraldine Ferraro, spoke informally 
to students and staff in front of the Student Union. 
Zaccaro, a 20 year old college student himself, 
spoke to the student audience not only as a Demo- 
crat but as a peer as well. He stressed his mother's 
qualifications and genuine desire to be vice-presi- 
dent. 

Such appearances and speeches aided the stu- 
dents' understanding of the issues and contributed 
to heightened political involvement of students dur- 
ing the election campaign. The impact on the college 
as a whole was one of increasing its prestige and 
making it better known through extensive news cov- 
erage of these events. 



26 



FOUNDERS WEEKEND 




Founders Weekend is a time to recognize 
those whose foresight and persistence 
have led to the growth, maturity, and excel- 
lence we know as Millsaps College. This 
year, Founders Weekend recognized the 
Millsaps Singers, who celebrate their 50th 
anniversary in 1985. The weekend began 
Friday with the Friday Forum in which Dr. 
Samuel Jones, professor at Rice University, 
and a group of Millsaps alumni presented a 
program dealing with the trends in contem- 
porary classical music. 

Friday night President and Mrs. George 
Harmon hosted a reception to honor former 
members of Singers. The reception was 
held at the president's home. Saturday 
morning events began with a Troubadour 
concert, directed by Dr. Timothy Coker. 
The Founders luncheon was held at noon 
and was the highlight of the weekend's ac- 
tivities. The luncheon was a time to reflect 
on the heritage of the college and those 
people who have contributed to its suc- 
cess. Also during the luncheon, the Distin- 
guished Professor Award was presented as 
was the Alumnus of the Year award. The 
weekend concluded with a memorial ser- 
vice during which flowers were placed at 
the mausoleum of Major Reuben Webster 
Millsaps, the founder of the college. 

Schedule 
Events 

FRIDAY FORUM 

Friday. 12:30 p.m. 

PRESIDESrS 
RECEPTION 

Friday, 5:00 p.m. 

TROUBADOUR 
CONCERT 

Saturday, 10:30 a.m. 

FOUNDERS 
LUNCHEON 

Saturday, 12:00 noon 

MEMORIAL 
OBSERVANCE 

Saturday, 2:00 p.m. 




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SWEET BIRD OF YOUTH" 




CAST OF CHARACTERS 

Chance Wayne Gerald Hopkins 

The Princess Kosmonopolis Carol Tyler 

Fly Robert Foose 

A Maid Allison Ourso 

Mr. Hatcher Peter St. Arnold 

Dr. George Scudder Michael Raines 

Stuff Wayne Small 

Violet Delecia Seay 

Edna Donna Luther 

Bud Michael Howard 

Tom, Junior Jay Sutterfield 

Scotty Walt Johnson 

The Page John Moore 

The Man in the Bar Alexander Simpson 

Jackie, the Pianist Ashley Tibbs 

Miss Lucy Jill Ruemke 

Heavenly Finley Robbie McDonald 

Boss Finley Kelly Hitchcock 

The Heckler David Page 




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''HEDDA GABLER" 




CAST OF CHARACTERS 

Miss Juliana Tesman Mary Jane Emiing 

Bertha, the maid Kara Winsett 

George Tesman Nicl^ Mowen 

Hedda Tesman Angela Franck 

Mrs. Elvsted Ali Blount 

Judge Brack Nick Verde 

Eilert Loevborg Jay Sutterfield 





THE MAKING OF A PLAY 



Rehearsing, building, painting, 
sewing — thiese are tfie things few 
of see when a new play is 
launched. The final product — re- 
alistic sets, polished lines and glit- 
tering costumes — arises out of 
many hours of work on the part of 
actors and crews. We have cap- 
tured here a few scenes from the 
preparation of the Players' third 
play of the '84-'85 season, "She 
Stoops to Conquer." 




STUDENT SYMPOSIUM 




Each year, the Symposium Committee presents a 
two-day series of lecture/discussion sessions on a 
topic of interest. This year the committee, co- 
chaired by Debbie Jordan and Jo Watson, along with 
a student referendum chose the topic, "Death and 
Dying". The symposium explored the manner in 
which death and dying are handled both culturally 
and personally in our society. Guest speakers were 
Dr. Robert Kastenbaum of Arizona State University 
and Chaplain Donald K. Dinsmore of Wausau Hospi- 
tal Center in Wausau, Wisconsin. After the presenta- 
tions discussion between audience and speaker was 
encouraged and brought out many views on the top- 
ic in question. 

Symposium Schedule 

Tuesday, January 22 

8:15 p.m., Academic Complex Recital Hall 
"Cultural Ways of Dealing with Death" 
Lecture by Dr. Robert Kastenbaum 



Wednesday, January 23 

9:30 a.m., Academic Complex Recital Hall 

"The Business of Death" 

A short introduction to the funeral business 

and a panel discussion 

The Rev. Don Leo 

Robert Rollins 

John Wright 

Professor Howard Bavender 

Dr. Robert Bergmark, Moderator 

Chris Cheek 

Dr. Catherine Freis 

Whit McKinley 

Dr. Judith Page 

1:30 p.m.. Academic Complex Recital Hall 
Please Let Me Die, film presentation and 
audience discussion on choices concerning 
death and dying 
Donald Dinsmore 

8:15 p.m.. Academic Complex Recital Hall 

Peege, film presentation and audience discussion 

on the problems of coping with aging 

and death 

Donald Dinsmore, Coordinator, 

with other symposium participants 



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COMMENCEMENT DAY 1 985 



Graduation exercises were held Sunday, May 13, 
1985 in the bowl as is traditional at Millsaps. As the 
5:30 beginning of the ceremony neared, the over 
200 seniors and graduate students could be seen 
donning their caps and gowns and preparing to 
march out. Friends and relatives descended upon 
the campus with cameras in hand. The crowd thick- 
ened around the student center as faculty and sen- 
iors could be seen lining up at the door in preparation 
for the march into the bowl. 

The ceremony began with an invocation by Rev. 
John N. McAllister of St. Luke's Episcopal Church in 
Houston, Texas. The commencement speech was 
then delivered by Dr. Frank Newman, President of 
the Education Commission of the States. After the 
awarding of all diplomas, honorary degrees were 
conferred upon Ellen Douglas (Doctor of Humane 
Letters), Garland Hamilton Holloway and Clay Foster 
Lee, Jr. (Doctors of Divinity). Retiring English profes- 
sor Dr. George W. Boyd was awarded the title of 
Professor Emeritus. 

After a welcome by Alumni President Maurice Hall, 
Jr., the Alma Mater was sung and a benediction by 
Dr. L. Dudley Wilson of Calder Baptist Church in 
Beaumont, Texas ended the two hour ceremony. 

Right: The cafeteria served as the "dressing room" where 
seniors outfitted themselves in caps and gowns. (Below: 
Zeather Gladney and Rosa Jackson pose for a shot while 
awaiting the start of the ceremony. 





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Left: The graduating students begin 
filling in their reserved section of 
seats. Below: President George Har- 
mon introduces the guest speaker. 




Left: Faculty, graduates and guests fill the bowl almost to 
capacity. Above: Guest speaker Dr. Frank Newman com- 
ments on higher education in America. 




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MASTER MAJOR AND 
MAJOR'S LADY 




Rob Buxton 



Emilie McAllister 



Rob is an economics major from Indianola, Iowa. 
He is a member of Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity where he 
held the positions of treasurer and president. Rob 
was quite active in sports as well. As a member of 
the men's varsity tennis team, he finished with an 
11-10 record and served as team captain. In addi- 
tion, he made 1st team All-South Region. 

Rob is a member of ODK, Sigma Lambda, Theta Nu 
Sigma, Omicron Delta Epsilon, Eta Sigma and the 
Financial Management Association. In addition to be- 
ing a Rhodes Scholar State Finalist, he received the 
Else Scholarship, London School of Economics 
Scholarship, and the Robert Blount Academic/Lea- 
dership Scholarship. A member of Who's Who 
Among American Colleges and Universities, Rob was 
the recipient of the Founder's Medal for 1985. 



A history major from Houston, Texas, Emilie is 
also a Who's Who member and was the recipient of 
the Ross H. Moore History Award and the Chi Omega 
Social Sciences Award for 1985. She is a member of 
Kappa Delta sorority where she held positions as 
secretary and rush chairman. Among Emilie's other 
leadership positions are president of ODK, chairman 
of the Student Affairs Committee and Senior Assis- 
tant in the British Studies at Oxford program. She 
also served as a peer advisor and resident assistant. 
Emilie is a member of Sigma Lambda, Eta Sigma, Phi 
Eta Sigma and Phi Alpha Theta. 




GREEK GOD AND GODDESS 



David Coffey 



Maria Karam 




Each spring, all Millsaps sororities and fraternities 
select someone in their organization whom they be- 
lieve to best represent the qualities of the ideal 
Greek. These are contributions and participation in 
the Greek system. Once selected by their respective 
Greek groups, each nominee is then voted on in a 



campus general election. This year David Coffey and 
Maria Karam were selected as Greek God and God- 
dess. David is a member of Kappa Alpha Order where 
he served as both Secretary and Rush Chairman. 
Maria is a member of Chi Omega where she will serve 
as Pledge Trainer for 1985-1986. 



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AWARDS DAY 



Biology Award Harris Evans 

J.B. Price General Chemistry Award Tracie McAlpin 

Shannon Carver 
Lily Yang 

Undergraduate Award in Analytical Chemistry Robert Taylor 

Tri-Chi Outstanding Senior Award Tom Purcell 

Cheryl Morgan 

First Year Greek Award Zeather Gladney 

Greek Language and Literature Award Shannon Carver 

First Year Latin Award Janie Lynn Harris 

Latin Award Oeanna Stark 

Magnolia Coullet Senior Award Debbie McGregor 

Computer Science Award Jeffery Peden 

Education Department Outstanding Scholarship Award Lisa McGee 

Excellence in Teaching Award Elizabeth Forsythe 

Lee West 

Clark Essay Medal Lida Burris 

Union Pacific Foundation Award Stephen Ingram 

Department of Geology Award Eva Edmonson 

Nancy Stanford 

Ross H. Moore History Award Emilie McAlister 

School of Management Senior Scholars Kathryn Harrison 

Lauren Gordon 

Henry Lyons 

Rob Buston 

Nina Dee Parks 

Jay Muller 

1; Julia Ogden 

Jeanette Prince 

M.B.A. Scholars Deveaux Donley 

Julia Terry 
Jenny Vegas 

Wall Street Journal Award Mark Mahoney 

Lisa Lindsay 

Mississippi Society of C.P.A.'s Award Jeanette Prince 

Freshman Mathmatics Award Elliot Moreton 

Mathmatics Major's Award Lee Rice 

Charles Woods 
Dek Terrell 

Alfred Godfrey Sanders Award in Spanish Sheila Farnsworth 

Alfred Godfrey Sanders Award in French Michael Breazeale 

Beginning Greman Award Megan Beardsley 

Lily Yang 

Physics Award Elliot Mareton 

Charles Woods 

Reid and Cynthia Bingham Scholar of Distinction Award Mac Bailey (Junior) 

^js,v \ Beau Butler (Senior) 

IT*' Beth Collins(Senior) 

President John F. Kennedy Award Jo Watson 

Alpha Kappa Delta Award for Research in Sociology Melissa Latimer 

Alpha Kappa Delta Award for Research in Archeology Jay Glenn 

Alpha Kappa Delta Award for Praxis in Sociology 

Alpha Kappa Delta Award for Sociological Imagination Janet Swartzfager 

Young Volunteers in Action Award Susan Bercaw 

Circle K 

Alpha Epsilon Delta/West Tatum Award Cheryl Morgan 

Chi Omega Social Sciences Award Jo Watson 

Emilie McAlister 

Circle K Award Fonda Hughes 

Tom Kearns 

Jim Lucas Scholarship Nick Mowen 

Kappa Alpha Eric Gunn Memorial Award Sara Williams 

Lambda Chi Alpha Purple Bathtub Award Dr. Crawford Rhaly 

Panhellenic Scholarship Debbie Farrar 

Theta Nu Sigma Award Zeather Gladney 

Tri-Beta Award Mark Mitchell 



Rosa Lena 
Jackson 

Rosa's activities at Millsaps include 
being Vice-President of Alpha Eta Sig- 
ma accounting honorary, member of 
the Black Student Association, and 
Seniors with an interest in Millsaps. 
Rosa was a Deans List scholar and an 
accounting lab assistant. She was also 
a Church Financial Management Assis- 
tant. 

James Henry 
Brown 

Jimmy is a member of Kappa Alpha 
Fraternity and President of the Millsaps 
Christian Fellowship. He is also a mem- 
ber of Sigma Lambda, Theta Nu Sigma, 
Circle K, and the Fellowship of Chris- 
tian Athletes. He served as a Resident 
Assistant and participated in the Aus- 
tralian Summer Field Trip. 



Elizabeth Tansil 
Collins 

A political science major, Beth has 
been active in the Student Senate, and 
has served as SBA Treasurer in 1984. 
She also served on both the Bobashela 
and Purple and White staffs as a pho- 
tographer. 

Robert Michael 
Buxton 

A member of Pi Kappa Alpha Frater- 
nity, Rob held the positions of both 
president and treasurer. Also an out- 
standing athlete, he served as varsity 
tennis captain and made the first team 
All-South Region. He is a member of 
ODK, Sigma Lambda, Theta Nu Sigma, 
ODE, Eta Sigma, and the Financial Man- 
agement Association. A Rhodes Schol- 
ar state finalist, Rob was also the re- 
cipient of the Else Scholarship, London 
School of Economics Scholarship, and 
Robert Blount Academic/Leadership 
Scholarship. In addition to being elect- 
ed Master Major in 1985, Rob was also 
presented with the prestigious 
Founder's Medal at Graduation. 

WHO'S WHO 




Collin Creswell Cope 

In addition to serving as president of Pi Kappa Alpha, 
Collin has held such positions as Alpha Eta Sigma president, 
and Financial Management Association secretary-treasurer. 
He is also a member of ODK, and Sigma Lambda. Collin 
played on the Major's varsity football team and was a Dean's 
List student. 



Emilie Nether McAllister 

Emilie's many activities at Millsaps include serving as 
president of ODK, sorority secretary and rush chairman for 
Kappa Delta, and chairman of the Student Affairs Commit- 
tee. She participated in the British Studies at Oxford pro- 
gram as a Senior Assistant. Emilie is a member of Sigma 
Lambda, Eta Sigma, Phi Eta Sigma, and Phi Alpha Theta, and 
served as both peer advisor and resident assistant on cam- 
pus. This apring the student body elected her Major's Lady 
1985. 




Necip Fikri Alican 

A Dean's List student, Necip served as both Vice-Presi- 
dent and pledge trainer of Pi Kappa Alpha. In addition, he is a 
member of Circle K International, ODE, the Financial Man- 
agement Association, and Theta Nu Sigma. 



Lida Grace Burris 

Lida's contributions covered many areas of activity at 
Millsaps. She served as editor of the P<SWin 1983 and as 
chairperson of the Publications Committee in 1984. Lida is a 
member of ODK, Sigma Lambda, Eta Sigma Phi, Phi Eta 
Sigma, Sigma Tau Delta, the English Club, and Alpha Psi 
Omega. She also served as personnel coordinator of Chi 
Omega and as a resident assistant. 



WHO'S WHO 



-WHO'S WHO 



Matthew E. Lundy 



Henry Clay Lyons 

Henry has been active in scholastics, athletics, as well as 
in the Greek system at Mlllsaps. He was the recipient of the 
Else Scholarship, Leadership Scholarship and was a mem- 
ber of the Emory Business Team. He has been an active 
member of the varsity baseball team as well. As a member of 
Kappa Sigma fraternity, Henry has served as Model Pledge, 
Pledge trainer and president. 




David Sylvester Butler Cheryl Annette Morgan 



Beau has been active on campus in the area of political 
science. As president of the Millsaps Republicans, he led 
campaign volunteers in the 1984 elections. In addition, he 
received the Cynthia Bingham senior award in political sci- 
ence at Awards Day. 



Cheryl's many activities included participation in the Hon- 
ors Program. Her thesis in chemistry on "Paper Decomposi- 
tion" was accepted with distinction. She was president of 
AED and also a member of Eta Sigma, Tri-Beta, Phi Eta Sig- 
ma, Circle K and Phi Mu sorority. She was a chemistry de- 
partmental assistant and was on the Dean's List all 4 years 
at Millsaps. 



WHO'S WHO 




Christine 
Appleby Clark 

A member of Phi Mu sorority, Chris- 
sie served as both Rush chairman and 
president. She is a member of ODK, 
Sigma Lambda, Alpha Kappa Delta, Cir- 
cle K, and participated in the Honors 
Program. She served as a peer advisor 
and as an RA in Franl^lin dorm. 

William G. 
Cheney, Jr. 

A member of Kappa Alpha order. Bill 
has partipated in such diverse activi- 
ties as intramurals and British Studies 
at Oxford. He has also served as a stu- 
dent senator and as St. Andrews Ca- 
thedral Youth Organizer and Sunday 
school teacher. Bill is a Dean's List stu- 
dent and a member of the National 
Business Merit Society. 



Susan Lee 
Graves 

A member of Phi Mu sorority, Susan 
served on both the Panhellenic council 
and the Judicial Council. She is a mem- 
ber of ODK, Sigma Lambda, Sigma Tau 
Delta and Pi Delta Phi. She was the re- 
cipient of the Robert Sticker scholar- 
ship and participated in the Honors 
Program and British Studies in Oxford. 

Robert Curtis 
iVIutli 

An academic honors student, Robert 
has shown leadership, scholastic and 
athletic qualities. He is a member of 
ODK, Sigma Lambda and Phi Alpha The- 
ta as well as PI Kappa Alpha fraternity. 
In 1984, he served as Pi Kappa Alpha 
regional vice-president. He is also the 
1984 IFC secretary treasurer. On the 
athletic field, Robert is a fou-year let- 
terman in soccer. He served as 1983- 
84 varsity soccer co-captain. 



Deborah Ann 
Fischer 

Debbie's activities include being a 
student senator, president of Sanders 
dorm, and member of Sigma Lambda. 
She is a member of Chi Omega where 
she served as chaplain, delegate to the 
national convention, and president. 
She is also a member of the Order of 
the Owl and the recipient of the Chi 
Omega Most Outstanding Freshman 
award. 

James Franklin 
Noble III 

Jamie served Millsaps in many ways, 
especially in student government. He 
was a senator and SBA First Vice-Presi- 
dent. He was also active in his fraterni- 
ty. Pi Kappa Alpha, where he served as 
Rush co-chairman, public relations 
chairman, and social committee mem- 
ber. Jamie participated in the British 
Studies in Oxford program, was a varsi- 
ty cheerleader, and a Purple& White re- 
porter. 

Debbie IVI. 
Jordan 

Debbie's activities at Millsaps in- 
clude being a resident assistant in 
Franklin dorm. She was also a member 
of the student senate and the Publica- 
tions Committee. In addition, Debbie 
served as co-chairperson for the 1985 
Symposium. 

Zeather Nelson 
Gladney 




-WHO'S WHO 



Lisa Celeste Hapgood 

A member of Chi Omega sorority, Lisa has served as chap- 
ter correspondent, activities chairman, and Social Civic 
chairman. She has also been a member of the Bobashela 
staff and a peer advisor. Lisa is a member of ODK, Sigma 
Lambda, Phi Eta Sigma, and Omicron Delta Epsilon. She is 
also a Dean's List scholar. 



Teresa Kay Bingham 

A member of Kappa Delta sorority, Teresa is also a mem- 
ber of Sigma Lambda, Circle K, and Pi Delta Phi in vi/hich she 
served as president. She was chosen Pi Kappa Alpha Dream 
Girl in 1984. She has been Involved in student government in 
the senate and Judicial Council. She was also chairperson of 
the Student Telephone Campaign. 




Tracey Ruth Miller 

Tracey is best known for her service in the area of student 
publications. She was on the Purple & White staff for three 
years and served as editor in 1984. She is a member of 
Sigma Lambda, the English Club, and Catholic Campus Min- 
istries. She served on the Symposuim committee and the 
Elections committee for three years. 



Helen Dorothy Gillaspy 

Helen has been very active at Millsaps in such areas as the 
Greek system and publications. A Chi Omega, she served as 
composite chairperson, social civic chairperson. Rush 
chairperson, and secretary for her chapter. Helen worked 
on both the Bobashela and Stylus staffs, including holding 
positions as faculty editor of the 1983 Bobashela and fiction 
editor of the 1984 Stylus. She is a member of Sigma Tau 
Delta, Sigma Delta Pi and the English Club. 

—WHO'S WHO 



Chris Henderson Cheek 

Being a student senator for four years only begins to list 
the activities of Chris. He is a member of ODK and Sigma 
Lambda, and served as secretary, Rush chairman, vice- 
president and pledge trainer of Kappa Alpha Order. He w/as 
chairman of the Student Telephone Campaign in 1984. As a 
Dean's List Scholar, Chris was the recipient of the Maurice 
Hall scholarship. 

Richard Hilmey Harb, Jr. 

Richard has served the college In many vtrays. He is a 
member of ODK, president of Sigma Lambda and vice-presi- 
dent of Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity. Richard served on the 
student senate for three years. He, in addition, was a peer 
advisor and resident assistant. I 

Edyth Lauren Gorden 



A member of Kappa Delta sorority, Lauren served as both 
editor and membership chairperson of the Millsaps chapter. 
In addition, she Is a member of ODK, Phi Eta Sigma, Eta 
Sigma, and Sigma Tau Delta. Lauren served on the Purple & 
White, as photography editor for the Stylus and as a peer 
advisor. 





WHO'S WHO 



Elizabeth Prestidge Gwin 

Betsy's activities include being a member of Sigma Lamb- 
da, Sigma Tau Delta and Kappa Delta sorority. She served as 
editor of the 1984 Fall Stylus and as Feature editor of the 
Purple & Wtiite 1981-1983. Recipient of both the Rotary and 
Whitehead scholarships, she was a Dean's List student and 
graduated cum laude. She was also student chairman of the 
Student Telephone Campaign for 1983-84. 




John W. Pigott 

John has been active in student government not only 
as a student senator, but as 1984 S.B.A. President as 
well. In addition to being on the business games team, 
he displayed musical talent as a member of the Sing- 
ers, Troubadours, and Brass Quintet. 



Lori Trigg 



A dean's list student, Lori has been recognized for 
academics and campus acitivities by being elected 
into Sigma Lambda and Omicron Delta Epsilon as well 
as Alpha Psi Omega. She has also served as Chi Rush 
chairperson, dorm president, peer advisor, and Cam- 
pus Ministry Team member. Lori has also been a former 
Greek Goddess and student senator. 




Jo Ann Watson 

A truly active student, Jo has served as symposium 
co-chairperson, student senator, Public Events Com- 
mittee chairperson, and managing editor of the Purple 
& White. She is a member of Sigma Lambda, ODK, is 
vice-president of Circle K, as well as president of Eta 
Sigma. For her academic achievement, Jo has been 
named recipient of the Junior Scholar of Distinction in 
Political Science award for the '83-'84 year. She also 
was a Rhodes Scholar finalist. 



Who's Who 



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ALPHA EPSILON DELTA 



AED is an honorary pre- 
medical fraternity. Its pur- 
pose is to prepare pre- 
med and pre-dental 
students for graduate and 
medical schools by spon- 
soring speakers from 
such places as the Univer- 
sity Medical Center. Sec- 
ond semester sopho- 
mores with a 3.0 overall 
and a 3.0 in pre-med 
courses are eligible for 
active membership. Asso- 
ciate membership is also 
open to those who do not 
yet meet the national re- 
quirements. 




Front (l-r): D'Ette Lorio, Karen Kuebel, Susan Boone, Lily Yang, Cheryl Morgan, pres., Dr. Cain, Hiawatha Martin, Robert 
Mangialardi, Anna Tjeng. Rear: Tom Carey, Mark Cheney, John Payne, Billy Billups, Gene Crafton, Jim Ball, Anthony 
Cloy, Leigh Ann Burns, Robert Barham, Lisa Bowden, Steven Anderson. Not pictured are Renee Coates, Jay Cooper, 
Jeffrey Crout, Kim Cranston, Jack Denver, Bob Donald, Craig Dungan, Zeather Gladney, Byron Griffith, Stuart Green, 
Gerald Hopkins, Homer Holloway, Cary Hudson, Melissa Latimer, David Leggett, Tara McPherson, Mark Mitchell, John 
Perry, Jeanne Poole, Tom Purcell, David Smith, Robert Taysor, Robert Tibbs, Pim Thanapet, Chris Wheeler, Joe 
Williams, Charles Woods, Laurie Pruitt, Chau Hnynh, Melynda Cummins and Brian Wilkinson. 



ALPHA ETA SIGMA 



Alpha Eta Sigma is a 
scholastic and profes- 
sional accounting honor- 
ary. The objectives of the 
honorary are: the promo- 
tion of the study and prac- 
tice of accounting, the 
provision of opportunities 
for self-development and 
association among mem- 
bers and practicing ac- 
countants, and the en- 
couragement of a sense 
of ethical, social, and pub- 
lic responsibilities. Re- 
quirements for member- 
ship are: a declared 
concentration in account- 
ing, three semesters of 
accounting including in- 
termediate level financial 
accounting and an at- 
tained average in ac- 
counting of 3.0 as well as 
an overall G.P.A. of 2.5. 




Members are: Collin Cope — President, Rosa Jackson — Vice President, Kaye Lee — Treasurer, Kathryn Harrison — 
Secretary, Michael Breazeale, Rosie Brown, Bruce Canada, Pamela Gates, Emily Gregory, Jacquelyne Knox, Mark 
Leger, Lisa Lindsey, Henry Lyons, Jo McDowell, David Patterson, Jeanette Prince, Andy Solomon, Betsie Williamson, 
Elaine Younger. 



SO 



ALPHA PSI OMEGA 




Front: Walt Johnson, pres., Nick Mowen, Gerald Hopkins, Kelly Hitchcock. On stairs, top to bottom: Andrew LIbby, 
Trish Lamkin, Kara Winsett, Tammy Freeman, Diane Regina, and Donna Luther. Not pictured are Angela Franck, 
Robert Foose, Llda Burris, Michael Raines, Delecia Seay, Lori Trigg, and Staria Stavely. 



Alpha Psi Omega is a 
national dramatics honor- 
ary. Some memorable mo- 
ments: Mah friends, mah 
neighbors, mah kinfolk 
. . . Care for a saucer of 
milk? . . . Feed me! . . . 
That cloud looks like a 
purple WHAT? . . . Feed 
me! . . . Anybody here or- 
der pizza? . . . We open in 
three days . . . I'll hide be- 
hind behind this screen 
and perhaps Sir Charles 
will be along in a moment 
... If you rip your pants 
one more time . . . What's 
a stage brace? . . . Help 
me! Help me! Help me! 
What time is it? ... Two 
sets of bra pads? ... I got 
twelve ... I got twelve 
and a half . . . With the 
sword he thrust the forest 
forward . . . Brains, Boobs 
and Brawn . . . Boobs by 
Donna . . . again . . . and 
again? ... Do it beautiful- 
ly. 



BETA BETA BETA 




Beta Beta Beta was es- 
tablished at Millsaps in 
1968. It is a national hon- 
or fraternity for students 
in the biological sciences. 
Its purposes are to stimu- 
late sound scholarship, 
promote the dissemina- 
tion of scientific truth, 
and to encourage the in- 
vestigation of the life sci- 
ences. Monthly meetings 
are held to discuss new 
ideas, research, and other 
material pertinent to biol- 
ogy and related sciences. 



Row 1: Melynda Cummins, D'Ette Lorio, Nady Middour, Karen Kuebel, Susan McGovern, Julie Gilbert, Blake Smith. Row 
2: Robert Barham, Renee Coates, Jim Ball, Bethany Fatheree, Anthony Cloy. Row 3: Charles Woods, John Joyner, 
Perry Key, David Cheek. Row 4: Tommy Powell, Danny Moore, Pat Doherty, Nancy Messer. Tereau Pearson, Tom 
Kearns. Row 5: Mr. Robert Nevins, Leigh Ann Burns, Dr. James McKeown, Mark Mitchell, pres. Not pictured are Gary 
Albrecht, Joe Austin, Jimmy Brown, Tom Carey, Mark Chaney, Jay Cooper, Kim Cranston, Jack Denver, Bill Dixon, Bob 
Donald, Mary Margaret Dulaney, Craig Dungan, Harris Evans, Byron Griffith, Mark Hazel, Homer Holloway, Gerald 
Hopkins, Alan James, Melissa Latimer, David Leggett, Cheryl Morgan, Demethous Morris, Thom Newman, Steve Pace, 
Melanie Page, Jeanne Poole, Laurie Pruitt, Tom Purcell, Mark Ray, David Smith, Scott Story, Pim Thanapet, Lee 
Thornton, Pam Ward, David Welch, Debbie Wilkinson, Joe Williams, and Dr. Dick Highfill. 



The English Club is 
open to all students who 
possess an interest in Lit- 
erature. Its goals are to 
establish the English hon- 
orary and to stimulate the 
study of works of litera- 
ture. 



Eta Sigma Phi, Millsaps' 
classics honorary, wel- 
comes into its fellowship 
students of Latin and 
Greek who are dedicated 
to studying the ideals of 
classical civilization. Mill- 
saps' chapter was found- 
ed in Dec. 1935. Cather- 
ine Freis is the faculty 
sponsor and the annual 
Roman Banquet at her 
home is eagerly awaited 
by all members. Other ac- 
tivities include films or 
special lectures on classi- 
cal studies and the Greek 
Symposium. Criteria for 
membership are a 3.0 
average after three se- 
mesters of classics and a 
3.0 overall. 



ENGLISH CLUB 




Row 1: Dr. Hardin, Dr. Nona Fienberg, Dr. Page, Dr. Mallette. Row 2: Dr. Wilson, Mr. Padgett, Dr. Lome Fienberg. Row 3: 
Tracey Miller, Renee McCain, Betsy Gwin, Lida Burris, CeCe Todd, Annette Saueris, Helen Gillaspy. Row 4: Steven 
Bush, Terry Parker, Carol Young, David Moore, Mary Weir, Ginger Jackson, Carol Wright, Vonee Neal, Ashley Ov»en. 
Not pictured is Madora Mclntyre. 



ETA SIGMA PHI 




Members are: Catherine Freis, sponsor, Greg Ethridge, pres., Delecia Seay, sec.-treas., Jim Woodruff, Deanna Stark, 
Jodi Graff, Lida Burris, Suzanne McElhatten, Mary Woodward, Janna Ingle, Mary Carol Zito, Mary Lynn Dixon, Madora 
Mclntyre, Carol Young, Catherine Lewfis, Kaye K. Regan, Zeather Gladney, Ross Bernhardt, Shannon Carver, Angeli- 
que Gregory, and Arch Bullard. 



52 



FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT 
ASSOCIATION 



IS 




l\ 









The purpose of FMA is: 
to assist In the develop- 
ment of college students 
interested in finance, 
banking, and invest- 
ments; to provide an as- 
sociation for college stu- 
dents actively interested 
in these fields; and to en- 
courage interaction be- 
tv\*een business execu- 
tives, faculty and 
students of business and 
finance. Requirements for 
membership are 3.25 in 9 
hours of finance and a 
3.25 overall. 



(L-R): Rob Buxton, Collin Cope, Dr. Neely. Richard Kidd and Joey Rein, pres. Not pictured are Necip Alican, Grey 
Duddleston, Lee Albritlen, Henry Monger, John Sigman and Albert Woelfle. 



KAPPA DELTA EPSILON 




KDE is a Millsaps edu- 
cation honorary. It was 
established to recognize 
the scholarship and lead- 
ership of those students 
majoring in education. It 
also serves as a Mason be- 
tween students and facul- 
ty and the school systems 
of Mississippi. 



(L-R): Frances Wilson, Sondra Godfrey, Mary Vassar Ballard, and Lisa McGee, pres. Not pictured are Cheryl Milner, 
Amy Wright, Lee West, and Elizabeth Forsythe. 



OMICRON DELTA EPSILON 



ODE is an economics 
honor society. Students 
who have at least a 3.0 
G.P.A. both overall and in 
twelve hours of econom- 
ics are eligible for mem- 
bership. ODE encourages 
excellence in the field of 
economics. 




Sitting: (L-R) Lisa Hapgood, Laura Wheeler, Necip Alican, Jeff Alexander. Standing) (L-R): Rob Buxton, pres., Joey 
Rein, Jo Watson, and Marion Phillips. Not pictured are: Dr. Carl Brooldng, advisor, Helmut Fickenwirth, Dek Terrell. 



Circle K International is 
a collegiate service and 
leadership organization. 
At Millsaps, Circle K mem- 
bers embark on long-last- 
ing service projects with 
their motto of "We Build". 
Membership require- 
ments include an above 
average GPA, a past re- 
cord of service, leader- 
ship, awards and involve- 
ment as well as a genuine 
desire to help others. 



CIRCLE K 




Bottom to top, left to right: Karen Kuebel, Susan Van Cleve, Laurie Pruitt, Wave Booth, Susan Stewart, Jack Denver, 
NagI Mubarak, George Tacquet, Louis Garrett, Bobby Soileau, Barbara Hearn, Fonda Hughes, Joey Rein, Mickey 
McLaurin, D'Ette Lorio, Randy Wells, Ned French, Kelly Lockhart, Robert Mangialardi, Laura Wheeler, Dea Parks, Jo 
Watson, Maria Karam, Tracey Miller, Andrea Pritchett, Lynn Daigle, Melynda Cummins, Rickey Ramirez, Bill Lang, 
Jennifer Woffard, Tom Purcell, and Chrissle Clark. Not pictured are Necip Alican, Ruth Arnold, Mac Bailey, Teresa 
Bingham, Jim Bosvifell, Jimmy Brown, Jay Cooper, Karen Curry, Craig Dungan, Sheila Farnsworth, Richard Grove, 
Richard Harb, Angie Hendley, B.A. Holman, Ed Hutchinson, Tom Kearns, David Loper, Mark Mitchell, Ashley Owen, 
LeAnn Pyron, Teresa Quon, Derek Reese, Lee Rice, Delecia Seay, David Smith, Pepper Smith, Stephanie Sonnier, Kitty 
Timko, Charles Woods, Carol Wright, Denise Wyont, and Carol Young. 



PHI ALPHA THETA 




Bottom to top, left to rigtit: Prisilla Childress, Emilie McAllister, Robert Muth, Ellen Wasson, Mrs. Poison, John Saye, 
Beau Butler, Robert Tibbs, Dr. Frank Laney, Dr. Charles Sallis. Not pictured are Jo Watson, Dr. Robert McElvaine, Dr. 
Ross Moore and Dr. Adrienne Phillips. 



Phi Alpha Theta is an 
honorary fraternity for 
students and professors 
who have shown out- 
standing ability in the 
study and writing of histo- 
ry- 



PHI ETA SIGMA 




Phi Eta Sigma is a na- 
tional freshman honor so- 
ciety. It recognizes those 
freshmen who have at- 
tained at least a 3.5 over- 
all G.P.A. The Millsaps 
chapter was founded in 
Dec. 1981. 



The newest members of Phi Eta Sigma include Sheila Farnswoth, pres., Jim Boswell, v.p., Laurie Pruitt, sec, Billy Carr, 
treas., Kara Winsett, Caroline Durham, Priscilla Childress, Melynda Cummins, Mike Patterson, Michelle Forrester, Nagi 
Mubarak, Bryan Edwards, Billy Billups, Kenneth Carpenter, Emily Hammack, Teresa Holland, Cindy Kendrick, Terry 
Lazzari, Julia Masterson, Judy Rudolph, Anna Tjeng, Ronald Waycaster, Laura Barrett, John Benson, Jerry Davis, Anne 
Douglas, Charlotte Gillespie, Debbie Greer, Janie Harris, Robert Hays, Larrin Holbert, Maichael Jacques, Kurt Kraft. 
Trade McAlpin, Elliot Moreton, Chris Nash, Robert Barham, Michelle Poole, Thad Pratt, LeAnne Pyron, Justin Ran- 
some, John Roberts, Jill Ruemke, Charles Shepard, Bobby Soileau, Leslie Taylor, Melinda Welch, Linda Lee Williams, 
Jeff Wright, Mary Katherine Wright and Lily Yang. 



Pi Delta Ph, the national 
French honorary, recog- 
nizes achievement in the 
study of the French Ian- 
gauge and literature. Stu- 
dents who have a mini- 
mum of 18 hours in 
French as well as a high 
G.P.A. are eligible for 
membership. 



PI DELTA PHI 




Sitting, l-r: Teresa Bingham, Lynn Toney, Mary Weir. Standing, l-r. Kay K. Regan, Barbara Hearn, Nagi Moubarak, Trisha 
Bonner, Dr. Priscllla Fermon, faculty advisor. Not pictured are IHelmut Fickenwirth, Susan Graves, Mark Mahoney and 
Andrew Sessions. 



SCHILLER GESELLSCHAFT 



Schiller Gesellschaft is 
an honorary society for 
students of German. It 
promotes the study and 
discussion of German 
civilization. 




Left to right: Gilbert Renfrow, Eileen Payne, Doris Sullivan, Professor John Guest. Not pictured is Trisha Bonner. 



SIGMA DELTA PI 




Sigma Delta Pi, the 
Spanish honorary, was 
established at Millsaps in 
Feb., 1968. Those who 
have shown excellence in 
the study of the Spanish 
language and literature 
are elibigle for member- 
ship. Students must have 
at least a 3.0 both in Span- 
ish and overall. 



Sitting, l-r: Susan Bale, Kaye Lee, Teresa Bingham, Dr. Kahn. Standing, l-r: Helen Gillaspy, Walt Johnson, Lisa 
Hapgood. Robert Muth, Mr. Bufkin, advisor. John Hosterman 



SIGMA LAMBDA 




Sigma Lambda is a lead- 
ership and service honor- 
ary which recognizes 
those who have exhibited 
these qualities and who 
have good moral charac- 
ters and past records of 
Involvement. Membership 
is open to students of ju- 
nior and senior standing 
who have an overall 
G.P.A. of at least 2.8. 



Sitting, l-r: Mary Vassar Ballard, Lee Rice, Tommy Powell, Teresa Bingham, Lisa Hapgood, Nancy Stanford, Mary 
Woodward. Debbie Jordan, Mary Kay Hall, Jo Watson, Emilie McAllister. Standing, l-r: Mark Mitchell, Stuart Green, Nan 
Williams, Charles Woods, Jimmy Brown, Barton Thrasher, Beth Collins, Tom Purcell, Kevin Russell, Chris Cheek, 
Debbie Fischer, Mac Bailey, Betsy Gwin, Perry Key, Tom Kearns, Lida Burris, Robert Muth, David Loper, Lori Trigg, 
Joey Rein. Tracey Miller, Collin Cope, Steve Martin, Richard Harb, pres., and Rob Buxton. Not pictured are Jeff 
Alexander, Beau Butler, Tom Carey, Chrissie Clark, Jack Denver, Zeather Gladney, Susan Graves, Gerald Hopkins, 
Lisa McGee, Tara McPherson, Joe Williams, and sponsors Dr. Carl Brooking and Dr. Jeanne Forsythe. 



SIGMA TAU DELTA 



Sigma Tau Delta is the 
English honorary on cam- 
pus. English majors who 
have shown academic ex- 
cellence as well as a 
strong interest in English 
are eligible for member- 
ship. 




First row (l-r): Mr. Padgett, Dr. Mallette, Dr. Nona Fienberg, Dr. Hardin, Dr. Wilson. Second row: David Moore, Carol 
Young, Dr. Lome Fienberg, Mary Weir, Lida Burris, Betsy Gwin, Ginger Jacl(son, Helen Gillaspy, Carol Wright, Dr. Page 
and Ashley Owen. Not pictured is Madora Mclntyre. 



Theta Nu Sigma, a natu- 
ral science honorary, 
opens membership to stu- 
dents who have had at 
least 12 hours of natural 
science and who have a 
G.P.A. of 3.0 in all sci- 
ences and overall. Theta 
Nu Sigma sponsors 
speakers on scientific to- 
pics throughout the year. 



THETA NU SIGMA 



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' Rb Sr Y Zr NbMo Tc Ru Rh Pd Ag Cd In Sn Sb TeJ Xe ; 




Sitting, l-r: Bob Donald, pres., David Leggett, trees. Standing, l-r: Charles Woods, Ned French, Joe Austin, Bethany 
Fatheree, Blake Smith, Paul Van Deventer, Melanie Page, Robert Mangialardi, Dr. Beardsley, Karen Kuebel, Joe 
Williams, Cheryl Morgan, Shannon Carver, Lee Rice, Jay Cooper, Lisa Bowden, Jim Ball, Stuart Green, Leigh Ann 
Burns, Melynda Cummins, Laurie Pruitt, Robert Barham, Anthony Cloy, Billy Billups, Hiawatha Martin. Not pictured are 
Mark Mitchell, Melissa Latimer, Tom Carey, v.p., John Perry, Pim Thanapet, Kenneth Blackwell, Kevin Blackwell, Craig 
Dungan, Jack Denver, Zeather Gladney, Beth Casey, Mark Chaney, Kim Cranston, Gerald Hopkins, Mark A. Ray, David 
Smith, Barton Thrasher, Jimmy Brown, Harris Evans, Robert Mangialadrdi, E. Shannon Carver, Necip Allan, Paul Van 
Devender. 



DEUTSCHER VEREIN 




Deutscher Verein is an 
activity organization for 
German students. Its pur- 
pose is to provide an in- 
formal study of German 
language and cultural life. 



Herr Guest, Herbie Chadwick, Megan Beardley, Lily Yang, Andrew Libby, Mrs. Eilleen Payne, Kim Fox, Richard Grove, 
Rosemary Sanders, Gilbert Renfrew, Doris Sullivan 



ETA SIGMA 




Eta Sigma is a Scholas- 
tic honorary. It recog- 
nizes students of junior or 
senior standing who have 
attained an overall GPA of 
3.5. It was reestablished 
at Millsaps in 1951. 



Knee//ng: Beth Collins, Lida Burris, Madora Mclntyre, Ginger Jackson, Carol Wright. Standing; Charles Woods, Nancy 
Stanford, Emilie McAllister, Mary Woodward, Tom Carey, Jo Watson, Cheryl Morgan. 



59 



ALPHA KAPPA DELTA 



Alpha Kappa Delta is a 
national sociology honor- 
ary. 1985 saw the charter- 
ing of a new colony here 
at Millsaps. Lourdes Hen- 
ebry, anthropology pro- 
fessor and active member 
since college herself, ini- 
tiated the new members 
at a banquet held at Tou- 
galoo College in late 
March. The Millsaps chap- 
ter is a joint chapter with 
Tougaloo College. Re- 
quirements for member- 
ship are: twelve hours of 
sociology /anthropology, 
a 3.00 in these courses, 
and a 3.00 overall G.P.A. 




Front row (I to r) — Melissa Latimer, Dianne McGeliee, Janet Swartzfager. Back row (I to r)— Dr. Allen Scarboro, 
Chrissie Clark, Dr. Frances Coker, Greg Ethrldge, Mary Kay Hall, Blake Smith. Not pictured — Lourdes Henebry. 



FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT CLUB 



The purpose of FMC Is: 
to assist in the develop- 
ment of college students 
interested in finance, 
banking, and invest- 
ments; to provide an as- 
sociation for college stu- 
dents actively interested 
in these fields; and to en- 
courage Interaction be- 
tween business execu- 
tives, faculty, and 
students of business and 
finance. 




Sitting— Mark Saxton, Necip Alican, and Kevin Russell. Standing— Joey Rein, Rob Buxton, Dr. Neely, and Bill Baine. 



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OMICRON DELTA KAPPA 



ODK is the national leadership society founded in 1914 at Washington and Lee 
University. The Pi Circle, now called the Millsaps Circle, was founded in 1926 as 
the 16th of over 175 present circles and the first in the state of Mississippi. 

ODK recognizes five major phases of college life: scholarship; athletics; social 
service, religious activities, and campus government; journalism, speech, and 
the mass media; and the creative and performing arts. Furthermore, there are five 
indispensible qualifications for membership: exemplary character; responsible 
leadership and service in campus life; superior scholarship; genuine fellowship; 
and consecration of to democratic ideals. 

Officers — Rob Buxton, Vice-President; Dr. 
Charles Sallis — Faculty Secretary; Emilie McAl- 
lister, President; Dr. Sam Knox — Faculty Advi- 
sor. 




Front row l\ to r)— Lida Burris, Lisa Catledge, Jo Watson, Beau Butler, Lisa McGee, Mary Woodward. Second row— Mary Vasser Ballard, Lauren Gordon, 
Nan Williams, Emilie McAllister, Susan Graves, Tom Purcell, Dr. Knox, Dr. Moore. Tliird row— Mac Bailey, Charles Woods, Dr. Laney, Stuart Green, David 
Loper, Rob Buxton, Kevin Russell, Steve Martin, Collin Cope, Perry Key, Chris Cheek, Richard Harb, Mark Mitchell, and Chrissie Clark. Not Pictured: Dean 
King. President Harmon, Tara McPherson, Lee Rice, Beth Collins, Debbie Jordan, Gerald Hopkins, Cheryl Morgan, Lori Trigg, Jack Denver, and Zeather 
Gladney. 




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STUDENT BODY ASSOCIATION 




1984 OFFICERS (Left to right): David Loper, Secretary; IVIac Bailey, Second Vice-President; John PIgott, President; Jamie 
Noble, First Vice-President; Beth Collins, Treasurer 



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1985 OFFICERS (Left to right): David Loper, Secretary; Brent Alexander, Second Vice-President; Mac Bailey, President; 
Patrick Patrick, First Vice-President; Jim Boswell, Treasurer 



SENATE 




Members include: (Front row) David Loper, Mac Bailey, Brent Alexander, Jim Boswell, (Second row) Julie 
Colbert, Bill Lang, Danny Donovan, Richard Harb, Chris Cheek, (Third row) Susan Van Cleve, Jo Watson, 
Stephanie Sonnier, John Roberts, Whit McKinley, Rhonda Cooper, Elton Buras, Ed Hutchinson, (Fourth row) 
Pepper Smith, Brian Edwards, Louise Jackson, Debbie Fischer, Scott Christian, Tom Kearnes, Perry Key, Bill 
Blaine, Dr. Ross Moore, Mark Hutchinson, (Fifth row) David Spight, Bill Cheney, Waverly Booth, Ralph Kaiser, 
Barton Thrasher Not pictured: Billy Carr, Mark Hamrick, Stephen Holliday, Lee Thornton, Cecile Williams, 
Patrick Patrick, Dean Stuart Good 



65 



BLACK STUDENT 
ASSOCIATION 




First row (left to right) — Dr. Charles Sallis, Zelphia Rowe, Mark Shepard, Donald Brooks, LaJocelyn Walker. Second row- 
Rosa Jackson, Charlotte Harness, Kim Jones, Wardean Dodd, Jesslyn Mosley. Third row — Ken Eiland, Pam Ward, Johnny 
league, Gail Martin, Zeather Gladney, Carol Gunn, David Spight, Roslyn Webb, Calvin Seales, Dwight Collins. 



Donald Brooks — President, Mark 

Shepard — Vice-President, LaJocelyn 

Walker — Secretary, Zelphia Rowe — 

Treasurer. 



The Black Student Organization en- 
joyed a successful year. Beginning 
with our welcoming party for new stu- 
dents. Our activities were varied. We 
held a Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial 
Service, made posters for the home- 
coming game, held parties and dances, 
and participated in intramural sports. 
Both our basketball teams won their di- 
visions. 

Our Black History Month was suc- 



cessful. With speakers like Ann Moody, 
Dr. Alferdteen Harrison, and Dr. Cleo- 
patra Thompson, we brought to Mill- 
saps the true meaning of the Afro- 
American family. The BSA, with the 
greeks, AKA and AA, held a highly at- 
tended stepdown. 

The BSA enjoyed success, fellow- 
ship and friendship and the BSA will 
continue to grow from this year into the 
years to come. 



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MILLSAPS CHRISTIAN 
FELLOWSHIP 




Front row (left to right) — Beth Tennant, Diane Regina, Michelle Forrester, Patton Stephens, Teresa Quon, Cheryl Pitcher. 
Second row — David Seld, Todd Clayton, Trish Lamkin, Kathleen Terry, Stephanie Holmes, Melinda Cummins, Joe Williams. 
Third row — Andrew Libby, Tracy Griffin, Seth Wheatley, Tommy Smith, Jimmy Brown, Steve Eyre, Glen Stripling, Gene 
Carleton, Tom Rishel, Joe Bailey. 



Millsaps Christian Fellowship is a 
campus organization affiliated with In- 
ter-Varsity Christian Fellowship. Inter- 
Varsity is a student Christian organiza- 
tion found on many U.S. college 
campuses and also many campuses 
around the world. Inter-Varsity's pur- 
pose is "to establish, assist and en- 
courage at colleges, universities, nurs- 
ing schools and other comparable 
educational institutions in the United 
States of America groups of students 
(and faculty members) who witness to 
the Lord Jesus Christ as God Incarnate 
and have these major objectives: 1. 
Evangelism: to lead others to personal 
faith in Christ as Lord and Savior. 2. 
Discipleship: to help Christians grow 
toward maturity as disciples of Christ, 
by study of the Bible, by prayer and by 
Christian fellowship. 3. Missions: to 
present the call of God to the world 
mission of the Church; to help students 



and faculty to discover God's role for 
them." 

Millsaps Christian Fellowship bears 
witness to this purpose. Vie presently 
have 35 members. We are a student-led 
organization with the assistance of a 
staff worker, Steve Eyre. We meet 
once a week in a large group and have 
small group Bible studies that meet 
throughout the week. We seek to an- 
swer many questions such as: "Why 
am I alive? Why am I in college? Why 
am I at this particular school?" We also 
struggle with these questions and an- 
swer with the following statement: "To 
produce character and deeds to which 
God is entitled, to be raw material upon 
and in which He can do some work, to 
encourage other Christians, to intro- 
duce some non-Christians to the Lord 
Jesus, and to house the Holy Spirit" — 
this is what MCF is all about! 



Executive Committee: Jimmy Brown, 
David Seid, Andrew Libby, Patton 
Stephens, Cheryl Pitcher, Joe 
Williams. 



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THE MILLSAPS SINGERS AND 
TROUBADOURS 



The Singers and Troubadours experienced a 
number of changes this year. The biggest 
change was the coming in of a new director, Dr. 
Timothy C. Coker. Dr. Coker came to us from 
Tupelo High School. In his first year as director 
of the Singers and Troubs, Dr. Coker brought 
about a number of changes. Musically, he im- 
plemented more emotional. Renaissance type 
music. In addition, more music was sung a cap- 
pella. In the Troubadours, he added flash to the 
group by changing the costumes to colored 
sequined tops and blazers for the men. He 
changed the style of the Troubs by adding a bit 
of pop music mixed with some Broadway hits 
like "Forty-Second Street", "Lullaby of Broad- 
way", and "Fascinating Rhythm". The most 
popular songs performed by the Troubs during 
the year were "Beechwood 4-5789" and "Sil- 
houettes". 

Activities of the Singers included singing 
with the Miss. Opera in La Boheme, with the 
Jackson Symphony in the Messiah, a fall and 
spring concert, and Spring Tour. In 1985, the 
tour included Vicksburg, McComb, Ocean 
Springs, Birmingham, Lewisburg, Tenn., Nash- 
ville, Amory, Columbus, and Meridian. 1985 
marks the 50th anniversary of the Singers and 
they were the subject of Founders Day this 
spring. Past and present members performed 
at a luncheon held on Saturday afternoon. 
Singers auditions are held twice yearly and 
Troubadour auditions are held in late April for 
the following year. 





(Back row)— Nan Williams, Leslie Taylor, Anna Tjeng, Catherine Scallan, Christine Yeh, Gene Carleton, Tom Potter, Keenan Wilson, Tom Rishel, Bruce 
Weathersby, Tom Powell, Scott Drawe, Jamie Ware, Pat Doherty, Chip Bailey, Tommy Smith, Anne Jung, Nancy Messer, Tammy Reno, Teresa Quon, Susan 
Bale. Middle Row— Holly Waters, Patton Stephens, Michelle Forrester, Jack Adams, Kevin Anderson, Gil Hardin, Brent Alexander, Keith Cook, Toni 
Capello, Kelly Hale, Donna Luther, Lisa Uanyfield, Lee Barlow, Eleni Matos. Front Row— Beth Henson, Melissa Parker, Laura Barrett, Lisa McDonald, Staria 
Stavely, Stuart Green, Tracey Kirby, Wright McFarlane, Suzanne Sanders, Lynn Lovett, Lisa Bowden, Regan Carey. Not pictured is Leigh Ann Burns. 



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Front row (l-r) — Marion Phillips, Tom Potter, Tammy Reno, Lisa Bowden, Jamie Ware, Stuart Green, 
Michelle Forrester. Back Row (l-r) — Regan Carey, Chip Bailey, Tom Rishel, Melissa Parker, Tracey 
Kirby, Staria Stavely, Keith Cook, Eleni Matos. 



Stuart Green, Lisa Bowden, and Regan Carey 
look happy as an enthusiastic crowd applauds at 
the conclusion of "Beechwood 4-5789". 



BOBASHELA 




Yes, there is going to be a yearbook 
. . . Show me how to lay out . . . What's a 
pica? . . . The company will handle it . . . 
T's camera has been stolen! . . . 
"Snappy" pictures by Anthony and 
Leigh Ann . . . Little Lady becomes Kill- 
er .. . The camera was returned?! . . . 
There are NO '84 Bobashelas left! . . . 
Leigh Ann's lust object . . . Tracy, 
we've rearranged the ladder Just a bit 
. . . When's the last bus to Montgom- 
ery? . . . Where is our editor? 

Leigh Ann Burns looks on in disbelief while An- 
thony Cloy gives an "I am NOT amused" look 
when they are told the deadline for their section 
is only two days away. 

LeH: sitting (l-r) — Leigh Lane, Events editor; Tra- 
cy Griffin, Editor-in-Chief; Anthony Cloy, Associ- 
ate Editor; Leigh Ann Burns, standing (l-r) — Joe 
Austin, darkroom manager; Katharine Levya, Or- 
ganizations editor; Kathleen Watson, photogra- 
pher; Kelly Lockhart, Mac Bailey. Not pictured 
are Keenan Wilson, Sports editor; David Loper, 
Faculty editor; Laura Hankins, photographer; 
Courtney Egan, photographer; Bobby Soileau, 
photographer; Denise Wyont, Megan Duffy, Paul 
Robertson, Carol Young, Cindy Keyes, Diana 
Schroeder, Robin Tolar. 



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ASIAN STUDENT ASSOCIATION 




First row (left to right) Teresa Quon, Mark l\1ongaya, David Dean. Second row Anita Joe, Pirn Thanapet, Christine Yeh, Lily 
Yang, Anna Tjeng. 

CAMPUS MINISTRY TEAM 




Front row (left to right) — Lisa Bowden, Beth Collins, Kathleen Terry, Kim Bruce, Kelly Wilford, Lisa Hapgood, Susan 
Kubalak. Second row — Lisa Magee, Greg Bost, Stephanie Holmes, Danny Donovan, Scott Drawe, David Loper, Lee Rice, 
Richard Harb, Mary Kay Hall, Gene Carleton, Gall Martin. 



FELLOWSHIP OF CHRISTIAN 

ATHLETES 




First row (left to right) — Sarah Williams, Linda Lee Williams, Mary Margaret Patterson, Caria Tavenner, Tommy Meriwether. 
Second row — David Spight, Mont Berry, Donald Brooks, Kevin Russell, Charles Shepherd, Anne Walcott, Cheryl Brool<s, 
Steve Fuson. 

CATHOLIC CAMPUS MINISTRY 




n . ._i.'diJ] 



First row (left to right) — Christine Zimmerman, David Seid, Toni Cappiello, Maria Karam, Kelly Hitchcock, Susan Kubalak, 
Chuck Stevens. Second row — Karen Kuebel, Anne Jung, Chris Luft, David Loper, Kathleen Terry, Leslie Taylor, Maria 
Dessommes, Judy Randolph, Julia Masterson, Rob McKeown. Third row — John Lunghi, Charles Woods, Scott Drawe, Mark 
Loughman, Dan McLaughlin, Scott Weidie, Bill Devlin. 



The Stylus is the campus 
literary magazine. It con- 
tains works submitted by 
students. These works in- 
clude not only poetry and 
prose, but also photography 
and artwork. The Stylus is 
published bi-annually, once 
for each semester of the 
school year. 



STYLUS 




L-R: Coedltors Ashley Owen and Cece Todd, Eric Stracener, Catherine Scallon, Greg Worth- 
ington, Waverly Booth, Perry King, Holly Welch, Perri White-Spunner, Stephen Bush, Lucy 
Hetrick, Rickey Ramirez, Brooks Dowdy, Magaret LIpe, Mary Weir, Pepper Smith, John 
Wells, Mary Vidrine, Bobby Soileau, Maggie Solomon. 



PURPLE AND WHITE 



=staff 



Editor (first semester) Tracey Miller 

Editor (second semester) Kelly Wilford 

Business Manager Mark Leger 

Managing Editor David Setzer 

Sports Editor Barton Thrasher 

Darkroom Manager Joe Austin 

Photographers Cindi DiRago, Richard 

Harb, Cristine Martin 

Office Manager Vonee Neel 

Senior Staff Reporter Jo Watson 

Lay-out Mary Kay Hall 

Sports Columnist Matt Kaye 

Review Columnists Blake Smith, Reed Hubbard 

Sports Tom Carey, Mark Ricketts 

Reporters Ida Burg, Joanna Burkett 

Lauren Gordon, Mary Kay 
Hall, Kathleen Watson 

Contributors Beau Butler, Beth Collins, Debbie 

Jordan, Tracey Miller 



reviews 

When Tuesdays roll around, everyone begins to 
keep an eye out for the latest issue of the Purple and 
White. In it they know they will find news of local as 
well as national events which affect the Millsaps 
community. The P&W serves as a useful tool for 
keeping students informed of important dates and 
meetings in its "Briefs" column. All the scores can 
be found in the Sports section. Music reviews by 
Blake & Reed tell what's hot & what's not. How do 
they do it? Just drop by the P&W office any Monday 
night and you'll find the staff in the midst of intense 
layout and typing sessions, all of which will culmi- 
nate in the next day's paper. 



INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL 




Left to right: Tom Kearns, Judd Tucker, Ralph Kaiser, Billy Billups, David Cheek, Jim Boswell, Herble Chad- 
wick, Robert Muth, Danny Donovan, Pierre Glemot. 



PANHELLENIC 




Sitting (left to right): Neely Pemberton, Holly Walters, Kay K. Regan. Standing: LeAnne Pyron, Amy Atschel, 
Nancy Stanford, Debbie Greer, Lee Rice. 



ALPHA KAPPA ALPHA 



MqPf-^> 




If unique is what you seek, then my 
soror skee wee . . . AKA, always a 
lady . . . We're the #1 sorority in all 
the land, we wear the pink & green 
. . . Sorors, I'm having problems with 
this . . . Jackie Knox, don't you dare 
fall (Bam!) . . . But you're looking 
good, soror . . . BSA, Campus Minis- 
try, Tri Beta, Catholic Ministry, 
Greek Show, AKA Ball, Nursing 
Home, Easter Egg Hunt, A AKA Con- 
nection . . . Welcome to Alpha land 
. . . Rainbow Coalition . . . Congratu- 
lations, men of A A . . . Soror, is there 
any validity to that Huntsville will 
never be the same . . . Happy Anni- 
versary Fall '83 ... 5 precious 
stones! . . . SKEE WEE. 



Left to right: Wardean Dodd, Kim Stiff, Zelphia Rowe, Demethous Morris, LaVeren 
Walker, Jackie Knox. Not pictured: Jackie Love. 





1. Distinguished ladies of pink & green, 
those 20 pearls tis sweetness brings 

2. Tantalizing treacherous traveling trio of 
AKA 

3. They tell you pledging is tough, and that 
Alpha is rough 

4. But when you go AKA you know you made 
the right choice! Skee wee 




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ALPHA PHI ALPHA 




Left to right: Donald Brooks, Jr., Johnny Teague, Ken Eiland, Zeather Gladney. 

Too Cold, Too Cold . . . Fire . . . Manly Deeds . . . Thunder . . . Scholarship ... Dr. Strange . . . 
Love for All Mankind . . . Death . . . Old Gold and Black . . . First of All . . . The First Black Fraternity 
. . . Servants of All. . . We Shall Transcend All . . . The Burning Sands . . . Men of Distinction . . . The 
Alpha Connection ... I am the captain of my fate . . . Pearls ... I am the master of my soul . . . The 
House of Alpha . . . APETIME . . . SPHINXMEN wear black and white . . . Greetings Big Brother . . . 
Deep in my heart, I love my APA . . . TARZAN . . . The Tenacious Transcendant Triune . . . 1906 . . . 
1981 ... Good Afternoon, Big Sisters . . . Sweetheart Roslynn Webb . . . Sweetheart Wardean 
Dodd . . . Sweetheart Jackie Knox . . . "An Alpha Shirt" . . . APA, Light of the World . . . ICE, ICE 



CHI OMEGA 




First row (left to right) Christine Martin, Kelly Hale, Michelle Poole, Ida Burg, Lisa D. McDonald, Bridget Williams, Stephanie Pella. Second row Dana 
Crotwell, Brooks Doughty, Lisa Hapgood, Helen Gillaspy, Neely Pemberton, Jenny Cockrell, Debbie Fischer, Susan McKnight, Shan Weissinger. Third row 
Karen Kuebel, Alison Boyd, Emily Charles, Jennifer Laird, Sarah Hawthorne, Julie Colbert, Helen France, Julie Gober, Debbie Greer, Laura Barrett. Fourth 
row Trade McAlpin, Loree Peacock, Lady Margaret Sullivan, Leigh Anne Bass, Shelley Ritter, Cindy Yarbrough, Susan Meriwether, Lisa C. McDonald, Jane 
Clover, Dana Miller, Anne Pate, Susan Pate. Fifth row Mary Kay Hall, Ann Heidke, Angela Roberts, Barbara Hess, Mary Vassar Ballard, Louise Jackson, Shari 
Stack, Lisa Brown, Martha Campbell, Mary Margaret Dulaney, Ellen Wasson, Anne Jung. Sixth row Mary Carol Zito, Caria Tavenner, Nancy Boagni, Leslie 
Petrus, Robin Tolar. Seventh row Kelly Wilford, Lee Rice, Mary Weir, Tracy Lipscomb, CeCe Todd, Charlotte Hays, Beverly Harrell, Leigh Butler, Charlotte 
Gillespie, Maria Karma. Not pictured: Lou Ann Pace, Lisa Pace, Gloria Simo, Christine Matkin, Emily Hannack, Martha Lott, Molly Kiser, Alicia Parker, 
Jennifer Wofford, Nancy Elliott, Margot Nicholas, Catherine Lewis, Cathy McCauley, Debbie Farrar, Madolyn Robuck, Lida Burris, Madora Mclntyre, Tricia 
Bonner, Beth Collins, Bethany Fatherree, Suzanne McElhattan, Lori Trigg, Tara McPherson, Mary Margaret Patterson, Ann Walcott. 

I heard Chi O is the best. Well, we don't like to brag, but . . . "I'd be so much fun" — Serve you, hun? (Menu 
Mystery) — Take Down — Tabitha at White Rock — #79 spicey breast (to go) — Paige and Madolyn (Med. 
School droppies)— CeCe/TV/Hack Hack/Puff Puff— "He wore bluuueee velcroe . . ."— BRENDA 
BOOBERS— David who? — "Hey, Mad! You got that yard work done?" — Belhaven Reality — Mary's head in a 
cloud — Arson is a crime (Terry for Owl Man) — A dog called Horse — "I dare you to light it, Paige" (BANG!) — 
Golfcart Dragnet — Grease night out ("Watch out for that tree!") — "Turn on the heat/It ain't budgetted." — 
Madora's slide show debut — IB (inner beauty . . . ) — Chattin' with Kirk and Ros — RAWHIDE — "Ya'll, let's 
sing THERE'S A BOND" — 41 pledges (Is she ours?) — Paige, Lee, Mary Vassar (all maids, no queen — 
again) — Hacky women — Canton therapy — "So like, who's your scene, dude?" — Owl Man/Slave Court 
(Boyd, Freddie, Perry, Richard, Tommy, Alex, Panty) — Initiation ("We don't know yet") — MVB's big/little 
sis blues — Gonorrhea of the knee — Founder's Day early busride — Token Goob — "being careful" — Making 
your way with clay — Cathy plays Persephone — Spring Rush processional (perfect timing girls) — Maria our 
Goddess — Boy George and Baby George — Carla's Playtex Dilemma — "It's Bethany — Judd (Oh my!) — Lida 
"sticks out" at Chapter Meeting — Kelly's friend — "We've got what you need" — Rosemary Vassar — It's 
fineable — Conquering that Red faced Boy — Ask Karen, she knows everybody — Pam and Susan are Dream- 
girls (Helen and Neely are not) — PREF (tell me when it's over) — Troubadours, singers, SBA, RA's, who's 
who. Senate, ODK, Sigma lambda. Circle K, Bobashela, P&W, Stylus, basketball, soccer, tennis, cheerlead- 
ing — "I'll bet Dr. Ralph was a hunk" — Skit Night Reviews ("What kind of tea is that . . . ) — See, I told you we 
didn't like to brag — Chi Omega again & again & again & again & again . . . 





1. Lee and Mary Vassar; Friends 4-ever 

2. We're just some wild & crazy gals 

3. Yea, we bad 

4. I need a hug, bad 

5. As we all fall-out 



KAPPA ALPHA 




Front row: D. Stewart, M. Loughman, A. Manning, B. Carr. Second row: C. Tyler, P. Luttrell, M. 
Berry, D. Bonner, M. Gieger, G. Bost, N. Fox, L. Garrett, E.J. Croal, H. Wray, M. Howard, M. Hamrick, 
R. Hubbard, P. Key, S. Higginbotham. Third row: J. Sutterfieid, T. Puree!!, C. Cheek, J. Boswe!!, D. 
Barnes, C. Ranager, D. Maniey, S. Peenstra. Fourth row: R. McKeown, S. O'Neill, M. Collum, B. 
Campbell, J. Payne, D. Seabrook, D. Wing, J. Berry, B. McLeod, S. Holliday, M. Foster, D. Castle, T. 
Brown, M. Adier, M. Morlan. Fifth row: R. Cheney, M. Bailey, C. Shepard. G. Crafton, J. Carr, J. 
Benton, T. Meriwether, B. Thrasher, M. Ricketts, S. Hubbard. Top: S. Weidie, S. Krolls, E. White 



In 1985 . . . Bye Bundy . . . Cogs- 
well . . . time for the daily quiz . . . 
Weidie takes off . . . Potter's Sports 
Trivia & Workout Book . . . Andy & 
Jerry Bite the dust . . . P.K. . . . Pigott 
steals the Olympics . . . Pseudo 
triathletes . . . BIONIC BILL . . . 
Norseman . . . Jabbo . . . E.J. Troll 
. . . live long and prosper . . . Rick . . . 
Mongo . . . Overdone . . . Memphis 
Party ... Oh boy, our very own dag- 
gerdaddy . . . Was it cold, Ken? . . . 
Where's Sean? . . . Psycho . . . take 
it easy, Jim . . . Yes, captain . . . 
Where's Hoage? . . . "P" squared 
. . . varsity football, tennis, soccer, 
baseball & basketball . . . the most 
awesome boy on campus . . . Nick's 
New Nose . . . Queenie, I've got your 
chicken & it's drunk . . . Hey, Mar- 
kee, wanna grub? . . . Dorky Too? 
. . . Mom & Dad . . . Higgy . . . Roses 
M.V.B. & K.K. . . . Sweethearts Lori, 
Lauren, Steph, Ash, Susan & Sheila & 
Kelly . . . Draino . . . Clue . . . Cueball 
. . . Opie . . . Wink II . . . Shmoo II from 
SLU . . . God dog. Boy! . . . Paducha 
. . . Beam me up, Scotty . . . L-L- 
Louis . . . Otis . . . Scholarship & Am- 
man again . . . SBA & Senate every- 
thing . . . And all those damn ole 
Yankees can simply go to Hell. 




OFFICERS: Left to right: C. Cheek, T. Pur- 
cell, J. Boswell, M. Hamrick, B. Campbell, 
B. Thrasher, B. Carr 





1. Kappa Alpha Seniors at 
K.A. Old South 

2. Pledges Elbert White, 
Tim Brown & David Castle 
enjoy the swap. 

3. Nap Time 

4. Kappa Alpha Beer 
Drinking Team at U.S. tri- 
als 

5. Jimmy Carr, Mark Rick- 
etts, Kevin Russell, Tom- 
my Meriwether & Jim Ben- 
ton feel at home during 
KA Nerd Swap 



Kappa Delta 




Row 1: Mary Woodward, Teresa Bingham, Jennifer Jack, Sonya Stacy, Susan Boone, Aimee Altschul, Maria Dessommes, Judy Rudolph, Kelli May, Priscilla 
Childress, Vona Keeling. Debby West, Mary Williams, Row 2: Lisa McGee, Sara Kavanaugh, Holly Walters, Marhta McRaney, Megan Duffy, Lynn Starrett, 
Margaret Lipe, Nancy Stanford, Beth Henson, Shelia Farnsworth, Stephanie Sonnier, Sara Williams, Melissa James, Janie Lyn Harris, Row 3: Maggie 
Solomon, Mary Vidrine, Alexis Brown, Lori Sullivan, Sandy O'Ouinn. Mary Katherine Wright, Suzzane Sanders, Bethany Akers, Johanna Burkett, Melissa 
Taylor, Kate Wimmer, Denise Wyont, Kara Winsett, Julia Jones, Cindy Hanberry, Diane Phillabaum, Row 4: Cecile Williams, Ashley Owen, Dolly Thames, 
Lynn Toney, Elisha Pitcher, Melanie Page, Laura Gillespie, Shannon Doughty, Amy Wright, Holly Welsh, Carol Wright, Laura Hankins, Laurie Pruitt, Waverly 
Booth, Nancy Messer, Laura Sanders, Not Pictured: Lauren Gordon, Betsy Gwin, Janna Ingle, Kaye Lee, Emilie McAllister, Debbie McGregor, Stacy Shiflett, 
Janet Swartzfager, Elaine Younger, Jill Andry, Liza Benson, Patricia Cooper, DeLisa Dyer, Angie Hendley, Susan Murrell, Vonee Neel, Marian Phillips, Perri 
White-Spunner, Nan Williams, Zena Bailey, Alys Barlow, Mellisa Cumbest, Lynn Lovett, Beth Mecci, Dianne Young, Stephanie Ashworth, Courtney Egan, 
Lara Goodman, Lucy Hetrick, Larrin Holbert, Jill Martin, Michelle McKinnon, Alice Pritchard, Lee Ann Riley, Catherine Scallon, Katheryn Spence, Leslie 
Taylor. 

Dagger Daddies: Coach Monty, Dean Woodward, Marion, 
Robbie, Collin, Wesley, Tommy, B.A., Michael, Bill . . . What a 
large composite . . . Kaye, How bout another $5 increase? 
. . . Hey Fatty . . . Who ordered that pizza? ... All opposed, 
Lara . . . George is an idiot . . . Break it again Janna . . . June, 
Where's the Beav? ... or maybe we want gold-rimmed with 
. . . Nan keeps her crown . . . Pajama Jam . . . Beware the 
wrath of Amy . . . high fashion green dresses . . . Julia says, 
"Grab your man before you hit the danger zone." . . . What 
does the magazine poster look like? . . . candlelights . . . 
Easter Egg Hunts . . . Methodist Children's Home . . . Student 
Telephone Campaign ... Go for the Council Award! . . . Pike 
Dream Girl and her court, KA Sweethearts, Lambda Chi Cres- 
cent Court . . . Nod your head if you want to do aerobics . . . 
forty-onederful pledges . . . Janie swallowed it! ... Mama 
Munch . . . "Busch" . . . Sunrise Club . . . Emerald Ball . . . 
Ooo-wee . . . Scholarship: Always On Top! . . . Wheat, Barley, 
Tea . . . ACT Baby! 



Officers: Diane Young, Membership; Waverly Booth, Editor; 
Mary Katherine Wright, Assistant Treasurer; Shelia Farns- 
worth, Treasurer; Cindy Hanberry, Vice-President; Nancy 
Stanford, President; Not Pictured: Melissa Cumbest, Secre- 
tary 




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(1) No more pledge tests! 

(2) Homecoming Queen Nan Williams and escort Stu- 
art Green 

(3) Sonja Stacy and Jennifer Jack 

(4) Aimee Altschul, Maria Dessommes, and Zena Ba 
ley 

(5) Kelli May 

(6) Bid Day at the Kappa Delta house 



KAPPA SIGMA 




Front Row: Left to right — Jim Page, Roy Murrell, Jonny Bishop, David Check, Steven Clyburn, Gary Albrecht, Michael 
Saucier, Chicken Hawk, William Wise, William Bergner, Laron Mason, John Roberts, William Blllups. Second Row: Jeff 
Alexander, Fredrick Moreton, John Dunham, Judd Tucker, Mike Fondren, Harry Patrick Byrd, David Ates, David Patterson, 
Doug Harper, Mike Bonner, Mickey Giordano, John Mosetich, Bobby Schneider. Third Row: Ben Lee, Paul Van Deventer, 
Monty McCaleb, Bobby Jones, Sid Jones, Rick Patt, Dek Terrell, Tom Potter, Brian Wilkinson, Bill Devlin, Peter Bernheim. 
Fourth Row: William Waits, Roger Dankiel, Gilbert Spencer, Morgan Morris, Putnam Stainback, Henry Lyons, Dean Taggart, 
Robert Dupler, Nick Anderson, Craig Fickllng. Balcony: Robby Manning, Randy Wells. 




OFFICERS 1985: William Waits, Guard #2; Steven Clyburn, Alumni Relations; 
Roy Murrell, Grand Proctrator; David Check, Grand Master; Fredrick Moreton, 
Grand Master of Ceremonies; Dean Taggart, Grand Treasurer; Brian Wilkinson, 
Social Chairman. Not Pictured — John Turner, Guard #1; Richard Ramirez, 
Grand Scribe; Emory Edwards, House Manager. 



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Bill "Young" Walts puts a 1000 In the face 
of an opponent. 



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Come in, Tokyo . . . Gee for the order . . . Fickling 
ends confusion . . . and then she woke up . . . flinch 
dog . . . " — School, let's party." . . . the Sigma Five 
. . . irrelevant . . . Kappa Sigma baseball . . . 1000 for 
Young . . . R-man's Cinema — "What's playing to- 
night?" ... Air Sigma . . . Saints of the A-League . . . 
King Dupler . . . Totally my bad . . . (The Nasties are 
back) . . . Ward steals a car . . . BUBBA . . . Blowin' it 
out in Dallas . . . BLUE VEIN . . . What's your name?! 
I gotch your name! . . . CAT FOOD . . . BUTTNAM . . . 
PUDD . . . Gainesville bound! . . . ICE . . . Damn it, 
Emery, pass the ball ... DR. DUNK? . . . RED FISH . . . 
Pool Streakin', Happy B-day . . . IRONMAN RAMERIZ 
. . . "The Turds" . . . SOLID AS A ROCK ... '85 Con- 
clave, watch out Memphis . . . Sexies on stand-by . . . 
"Get that barn dance feeling" . . . Gurley dunks? . . . 
almost . . . "Vegetable Pledges" . . . Chickenwoman 
. . . "Bergner, get out of the bathroom!" ... 22 
Goobs next door . . . Founder's day at the jailhouse 
. . . "Cheek, have you seen my date?" . . . Kay Kay 
strikes at Founder's Day . . . The Kappa Sigma Or- 
phans . . . Hardee's boys . . . Chee-Wee . . . Beach 
Wilkinson . . . K, All the rest are boys' clubs . . . H . . . 
ROG . . . YODA . . . MURRELL . . . "Mo" honey . . . 
DISCO PAT . . . ZANDER . . . A.M.F. ... You really 
should have been a Sig . . . A'E'K' 'B 




1. The pride of all our hearts Nicholas-Nicole-Anderson 

2. Hunk Squad '85. 

3. I did it again. I'm so EMBARRASSED! 

4. The breakfast of champions? 

5. Slip-sliding AWAY. 



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LAMBDA CHI ALPHA 




Front Left to Right: Richard Harb, Thad Pratt. Bobby Souileau, Robert Sayle, Charles Woods. Second row: John Joyner, Tom Kearns, Jeff Venator, Gil 
Hardin, David Smith, Greg McNider, Ken Carpenter, Deepak Mehiotra, Pat Doherty, Byron Griffith, Nagi Mubarik, Phillip Klump, David Dean, Howard 
Bavender. Third row: David Loper. John Hosterman, Omar Afsal, Danny McNeer, Jay Kilroy, Mark Mongaya, Nick Fox, Coy Acuff, Charlie Weatherall, Ralph 
Kaiser, Stephen Bush. Jay Glenn. Downstairs window: Toby Davis, Scott Christian. Ladder: Greg Murphy. Roof: Nick Mowen, Howard Graylin, Jay Kilroy, 
Mike Bacile, Pierre Glemot, Pierre Bruneau, Cullan Pope, Ken Hawkins, Danny Moore, Richard Grave, Rob McKnight, Tony Lobred, Pat Gregory. Upstairs 
window: Gary Daigle, Paul Stafford, George Hoff. Not pictured: Frank King, Frankie Franklin, Mark Biggs, Jim Woodrick, Mark Cheney, Tracy Kirby, Randy 
Lominick, Mark Mitchell 

WAKEE! WAKEE! . . . she's too much of a lady to 
spit . . . What are the Siglets doing? . . . "Bloop" 
Cousteau . . . Ralph! You've got a girlfriend . . . the 
Seniors who would not leave . . . Hog . . . Wine in a 
box . . . Heil Kaiser . . . You're doin' me wrong . . . 
Pantry Raid . . . Woody and the College Fascists . . . 
Why do they call him Clump? . . . Doherty's hair, 
Irwin's hair, Goose's hair ... all the KA's have the 
same hair . . . when all else fails, so do you! . . . 
Chuck and Chiller . . . ConLaw Catatonia . . . Crip, 
Mao Tse Daigle, Zippy . . . C Ball '84 ... C Girl Emily 
. . . C Court: Waverly, Nancy, Lisa, Mary, Susan, Mary 
Lynn, Carol . . . Jaws Mongaya . . . Toilet Bowl, the 
jocks finally win one . . . Scott "Doug Delt" Jones' 
going away party . . . Kappa Plastic . . . "Ah, hell, I'm 
only dropped on weekends" . . . Emmy Idol . . . Mag 
7 + 1 . . . SBA: Dave and the 4 Plastics . . . "You will 
go with me? That's great. What's your name?" . . . 
Viking Party . . . Rho Pi Beta . . . Ralph's Sex Citation 
. . . Santa Jew . . . Richard: Owl Man Court . . . Gary, 
Cullam: Phi Mu Big Brothers . . . Sigma Lambda pres.; 

Tri Beta pres ODK . . . 3.27 . . . THE YEAR OF THE 

PHOENIX. 




OFFICERS, 1985 
Left to Right: Bobby Soileau, fraternity educator; Stephen 
Bush, president; Charles Woods, vice-president; David 
Loper, membership recruitment. 





1. Viking Party! Serenade 

2. Left to Right Thad Pratt, Charles 
Woods, David Loper, Richard Harb — 
Kappa Delta swap — "Where's the 
Beach?" 

3. Official Party Supervisors — the roof 
patrol . . . 

4. PANTRY RAID '85 — the community 
food drive through Belhaven and Wood- 
land Hills 



PHI MU 




Front Row, left to right: Leann Pyron, Kitty Timko, Karen Curry, Julie Gilbert, Emily Gregory, Lee West, Sallie Lee, Paula Hen- 
derson, Trish Brasher. Second Row: Tereau Pearson, Delecia Seay, Teresa Holland, Barbara Hearn, Renee McCain, Andrea 
Pritchart, Lisa Cameron, Mindy Bowman, Mel Selby. Third Row: Sharon Flack, Vanessa Bonsteel, Ann Williams, Beth 
Bonnette, Billie Dunahoo, Fonda Hughes, Lynn Daigle, Lee Lane, Suzanne Watson, Regan Carey, Ann Douglas, Melinda 
Cummings, Laura Wesst. Fourth Row: Melissa Latimer, Jean Rose, Teresa Hultz, Ruth Arnold, Cheryl Morgan, Chrissie Clark, 
Carol Young, Tammy Reno, Susan Graves, Susan McGovern. Not pictured: Toni Capiello, Leily Benton. 

Sara Con . . . "Joni, Joni please don't go" . . . New 
Orleans road trips . . . Star retreat ... Phi Phantoms' 
Graveyard Run . . . "Where's Soeur Fideles?! . . . 
"You guys, you just don't understand" . . . Some- 
times ya gotta say . . . Have you given your midterm 
grades to Toni yet?? . . . J.O. bares all at the Phi Mu 
house ... "I must be on my way" . . . "Switch" . . . 
Treacle, what's a treacle? . . . Circus Night, Ha! . . . 
We better be late . . . Hey, dudes, let's party! . . . Big 
brothers — Charlie, Toni, Randy, and our Mister, Nick 
. . . Lady bug, lions. Enchantress carnations . . . 
We're the best ever 'cause friends are friends for- 
ever . . . We're all happy campers! 




OFFICERS: Susan McGovern, Phi Director; Emily Gregory, 
President; Julie Gilbert, Vice-President; Melynda Cummings, 
Treasurer; Louise Hill, Secretary; Laura West, Membership 
director. 



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1. Ruth Arnold and Lisa Cameron show the new Phi Mu 
spirit. 

2. Ali Blount, Lisa Cameron, Sandra Mixon, Julie Gilbert 
and Amy Bunnell enjoy sisterhood. 3. Phi Mu's open 
motto — "The Faithful Sisters" 4. Kay K. Regan and 
Lee West. 




5. Laura Wheeler says, "HOW much?" 6. Lee Ann Pyron, Sallie Lee and Sandra 
Mixon enjoy the Phi Mu picnic on Bid Day. 



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PI KAPPA ALPHA 




BOTTOM ROW: (I to r) Eric Stracener, Chris Kelley, Charming Brenholz, Chuck Meghee, Steve Case, Terry Parker, John Leggett, Andrew Wessions, John 
Nance, Robby Muth, Steve Martin, Collin Cope, Kevin Brune, Steve Sexton, Luis Camero, Tom Shima, Jim Irby, Helmut Ficken wirth. SECOND ROW (I to r): 
Rob Burton, John Murray, Jimmy Harwood, Greg Worthington. THIRD ROW (I to r): Chris Currie, Jamie Noble, Pat Bunch, Micky McLaurin, Bart Boggus, 
Stacy Shiflett, Bob Donald, Arch Bullard, David Wilson, Murray Robinson, Alex Lankford. FOURTH ROW (I to r): Mitchell Brown, Don Mosley, Rusty Brown, 
Micheal Lignos, Teresa Bingham, Cecile Williams, Bill Lang, Albert Labasse, Edwin McAllister, Neels Johnson, Rod Cook, Marion Lyons, Joey Rein, Clarke 
Young, 0. Wendell Catchings, Micheal Jaques. Steve Whitten, B.A. Holman, Necip Alican. TOP ROW (I to r): Sam Pooley, Jack Denver, John Walker, Robert 
Mangialardi, Georges Tacquet, and Ross Ballenger. 

Hello Neely and Helen . . . Grill lounging 401 . . . 
Dumb as Dirt . . . Vanden burg puts it in from the 
penalty box . . . Allen, your still Bonehead & she 
doesn't want you . . . Arch, king of cool . . . He-man 
woman hater's club . . . Mission's sweet sixteen . . . 
Chuck the wowie . . . Punt the Dream Girls . . . Shi- 
ma's a goob . . . Mission, who kisses the best, Laura 
or me? . . . Happy Birthday Cope: the wick stays wet 
. . . Moaning Muffy needs a muzzle . . . Marion, ask 
me to Cotton Ball . . . Speedy, which way ya' lookin'? 
. . . Mission, the closet lover ... Pi Kappa Shima . . . 
T.P. the celebate priest . . . Parker pounds his pome- 
granites . . . Beau, you're not fat, you're obese . . . 
Drew, where did you get those scratch marks? . . . 
Hull, Null, Alec, Murray: menagea a quatre in Destin 
. . . Hardin, lose that letter . . . Nance & Boone: same 
time next year . . . Kevin, let's fight . . . Steve, did 
you wash my sheets? . . . Let's go ahead & catch a 
buzz . . . Susan couldn't but Alys can . . . Panty and 
Danny for the Coffin . . . Catherine, you've been used 
. . . The Nub's not enough. Love, Cecil ... Oh Danny, 
grow up: vomit . . . Lynn, maybe next year . . . Bux- 
ton's Bible buddies . . . Jana, flat as a pancake . . . 
That's OK Bart, she's a tramp anyway . . . Rob, does 
"IT" really eat peanuts? . . . Celebacy, the Millsaps 
experience . . . Bugger Patrol ... the Beautiful Peo- 
ple .. . Psychodelic sophomores . . . Wowie vs. neo- 
Nazi . . . Stacy, how does Roger's bat measure up? 
. . . Collin, Sweets, Mission, Greek, Big Guy, K.C., 
Nance, Chuck, Vandal, T.P., & B.A. 




OFFICERS: (I to r) Andrew Sessions, Vice President; Steve Martin, Presi- 
dent; Edwin McAllister, Secretary; Tom R. Shima, Treasurer. 




1. Toga Party . . . Mary Weir and Necip Alican 

2. The Pikes in the Bowl 

3. Summer Rush 

4. Wet Summer Rush 

5. Salvation Army Santa's 

6. Roman Toga Party 

7. Pledge class at Pi Kappa Alpha headquarters in Memphis 




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FOOTBALL 




Front row (I to r) — Cheerleaders: Jamie Ware, Julia Jones, Bill Lang, Alys Barlow, Tereau Pearson, Jennifer Wofford, Cullem 
Pope, Lee West, Tony Lobred, Manager Kathy Magee. Second row — Scott Chrltian, Trace Baughn, Mickey Giordano, Doug 
Hudnall, Billy Wise, Vic Cooper, John Wells, Pat Bunch, Aubrey Falls, Assistant Coach David Culpepper. Third row — Head 
Coach Harper Davis, Manager Howard Graylin, Paul Luttrell, Tom Metz, Mitch Mitchell, Robert Dupler, Roy Murrell, Doug 
Burgess, Edmond Donald, Charles Johnson, Kenny Ranager, Assistant Coach Tommy Ranager. Fourth row — Assistant 
Coach Willis Bridges, Equipment Manager Cowboy Skinner, David Splght, Alex Manning, Mike Fondren, Kelvin McLaurIn, 
Larry Taylor, Paul Vandeventer, David Cheek, Steve Fuson, Lynn Gomez, Justin Ransome, Assistant Coach Kyle Hux. Fifth 
row — Frankie Franklin, Grant Fox, David Scott, Greg Bost, Tom Purcell, Clay Ranager, Shawn Gillis, Tommy Powell, Alan 
Andrews, Jimmy Purvis. 

The Millsaps College Football Majors completed a splendid season 
in 1984 consisting of eight wins and only one loss. This was the second 
best record in the history of Millsaps College football and it being 
surpassed only by the undefeated 1980 squad. 

This was a season where depth was lacking, but every player made 
himself available for several positions and participated wherever he 
was asked. The team consisted of a valiant group of players that didn't 
know how to lose and was determined to come out on top in every 
game that was contested. 

Most of the games were thrillers, with the outcome being decided in 
the last few minutes of the game itself. Who can forget the last game 
against Georgia Southwestern, when the Majors took an early lead 
against a strong NAIA team and battles to victory with a recovered 
fumble in the last two minutes. Or the Washington game, played on the 
St. Louis Football Candinals' astro-turf field, another first for a Major 
team, in which the lead changed hands five times only to again see the 
Majors prevail. Or the mud bath up at Maryville College that saw a super 
defensive play stop a two point conversion try by Maryville in the last 
few minutes of the game. Or the sweet revenge game that had the 
Majors domination an Austin College Kangaroo that had whipped Mill- 
saps the previous year. Or the blow out at Sewanee where both teams 
went up and down the field and every sack of the Sewanee quarter- 
back was a misnomer. Or the precision victory out in San Antonio, in 
the shadow of the Alamo, that had the Majors beating a fine Trinity 
team. 





1., 2. Edmond Donald rushes around 
left end for some hard-earned yardage. 
3. Tommy Powell and Alan Andrews 
stack up a Central Methodist running 
back. 4. The Majors celebrate a great 
defensive stand. 5. Rhodes feels the 
heat of the Millsaps' rush from Alan An- 
drews and Shawn Gillis. 6. Calvin 
Mclaurln rips through the Austin line for 
a great gain. 



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1. Charlie Johnson, Frankie Franklin and Billy 
Wise stop Central Methodist runner. 

2. Doug Burgess rams forward for a short gain. 

3. A Central Methodist back Is stopped by Greg 

Bost and Charlie Johnson. 

4. The finishing touches are applied to a tackle 

by Clay Ranager. 



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1. Shawn Gillis attempts a Majors field goal. 

2. As Tommy Powell looks on, Charlie Johnson pulls a runner 
to the turf. 

3. Edmond Donald goes in for a Millsaps touchdown. 

4. David Cheek hauls in a Steve Fuson pass. 

5. A Central Methodist defender runs down Edmond Donald. 




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1. A Millsaps runner is shut down by a 
defender. 2. Charlie Johnson gets a 
handful of facemask as he stops a 
Central Methodist back. 3. Edmond 
Donald turns on the speed as he 
heads into the open field. 4. Roy 
Murrell looks on as the Majors unpile 
near the goal line. 5. The Majors take 
t to the dressing room after a hard- 
fought first half. 6. Doug Burgess 
heads through the Millsaps line for a 
short gain. 7. A Millsaps' player is 
dragged down by an opponent. 8. 
Mike Fondren and Lynn Gomez 
attempt to clear the way for Calvin 
McLaurin. 9. Millsaps' quarterback, 
Ken Ranager, was hampered with a 
knee injury all season long, but plans 
to return strongly in the fall. 10. 
Coach Harper Davis leads his team to 
the dressing room for a half-time 
discussion. 



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It was a season to be proud of. 
The players worked hard, they 
played the games hard, and the out- 
standing results of the season was 
the culmination of this great effort. 
The players, the coaches, the man- 
agers and everyone connected with 
the team, and the entire Millsaps 
family held their heads high after this 
thrilling campaign. It added a decid- 
ed notch to the football team having 
another traditional winning year and 
making it 17 wins out of the past 18 
years Go Majors!!! 



SOCCER 




Seniors (I to r) — Sean Peenstra, Dana Doyle, B.A. Holman, Marion Lyons, Robbie Muth, Andy Solomon. 



The 1984 soccer season was to be the culmination of the 
four years of development of the varsity program. The 1984- 
85 season seniors were the first group to have been 4 year 
soccer players, having entered as freshmen the same year 
that soccer became a varsity sport. Hopes were high as the 
Majors were coming off a 12-7 record in '83 and had lost only 
one starter to graduation. 

The '84 season was to be a disappointment, not in quality of 
play, but in the end results. Millsaps fielded its best team ever, 
but a grueling road schedule took its toll. The Majors finished 
7-8-3 with a 7-2-1 record in Jackson and a 0-6-2 record out of 
town. 

Highlights of the season were narrow wins over Division III 
rivals Rhodes College (3-2, OT), University of the South (1-0), 
and Maryville (Tn.) College (1-0). The Majors played very well 
in defeating Div. I Nicholls State (4-2) and in losing a heart- 
breaker to Div. I Centenary (2-3). The greatest excitement of 
the year was generated in a thrilling double overtime loss to 
arch-rival, NAIA power Belhaven College (1-3). 

Marion Lyons stops an offensive attack. 




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1. Halftime strategy is planned. 

2. B.A. Holman prepares to head an op- 
ponent off. 

3. Michael Newman makes a clearing 
header against Belhaven. 




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1. Coach Gober gives halftime instruction at 
Belhaven. 

2. B.A. Holman smashes the ball past a U.N.O. 
defender. 

3. Michael Newman and Albert Labosse team 
up to make a steal. 

4. Kevin Brune, Marion Lyons, and Kevin Calli- 
son prepare to stop Rhodes. 

5. Sean Peenstra drives down the field. 

6. Chris Kelly eyes the ball. 



1. E.J. Croal displays excellent ball control. 

2. Arch Bullard warms up. 

3. Kevin Brune stops the ball short of the Majors' goal. 




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1. Marion Lyons, Millsaps' All South goalie, 
shows the talent that earned him that hon- 
or. 

2. Kevin Brune cuts a Rhodes attack off. 

3. The players listen intently to halftime 
instructions. 




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MEN'S BASKETBALL 




Front row (I to r) — Trainer Donald Brooks, Head Coach Don Holcomb, Assistant Coach J.R. West, Manager 
Reynolds Cheney. Second row — Mont Berry, Danny Hughes, Jimmy Carr, Barton Thrasher, Kevin Russell, 
Bill Gurley, Billy Waits, Jim Benton, Ken Eiland, Tracy Griffin, Mike Scales. 



1984-85 was another successful year for the Millsaps 
Men's basketball program. The Majors posted a 16-10 sea- 
son, and placed in the Top 10 statistics nationally in scoring 
defense and field goal percentage for the second year in a 
row. Junior Billy Waits was also in the top 10 nationwide for 
his individual shooting percentage, for the second consecu- 
tive season. The Majors captured second place in the Millsaps 
Dr. Pepper Classic and played many excellent games through- 
out the year. The Majors will only lose two seniors, Jim Benton 
and Ken Eiland, and will have three starters returning: Waits, 
6'7" center Kevin Russell, and 6'3" shooting guard Jimmy 
Carr. The team looks forward to what will hopefully be their 
strongest showing ever in 1985-86. 



Seniors Ken Eiland and Jim Benton. 




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1. Jim Benton puts another one in. 

2. Kevin Austin proves unstoppable. 

3. Rhodes found fouling Waits to be the only 
effective way to keep him from scoring. 

4. The bench encourages the men on the 
court. 




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1. Kevin Russell shoots for two over a Rhodes 
defender, as Johnny Oliver watches. 

2. Jim Benton anticipates the rebound and leaps 
in pursuit. 

3. Billy Waits scores with a baseline jumper. 

4. Ken Elland forces the opposing guard to com- 
mit, opening the big men inside for the score. 

5. Billy Ryan's defense proves futile against "The 
Worker. " 

6. Ken Eiland closes off the middle. 

7. Jimmy "Skydog" Carr goes to the hoop with a 
patented move. 




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1. Kevin Russell powers the ball to the hole, while 
Kevin Austin battles for position. 

2. Ken Eiland converts a steal into two points. 

3. J.O. runs the show, directing the offense. 

4. Jimmy Carr makes another jumper. 

5. Kevin Russell displays the patience for which 
the Majors are known in their man-to-man of- 
fense. 

6. Jim Benton puts an offensive rebound into the 
bucket. 

7. Billy Waits gets up. 



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WOMEN'S BASKETBALL 




The Millsaps Lady Majors had a season of ups 

and downs in 1984-85. The most difficult 

opponent the women faced seems to have been 

the weather, with 5 games being cancelled due to 

snow while the Lady Majors were on the road. 

These may have been the key to a winning 

season. The Lady Majors posted an 8-10 record, 

though, in a season not without its highlights — 

such as placing second in the Pepsi Lady Major 

Invitational; a third place finish in the Rhodes 

College Invitational: a very close game with arch 

rival Belhaven; and a thrilling home-court victory 

over Fisk University, which was ranked third in the 

South Region. The team was a young one, with 6 

freshmen and only one senior, Melissa Latimer, but 

the team merged well and many players showed 

great versatility at various positions. Coach Mary 

Ann Edge was extremely pleased with the effort 

and looks forward to a successful campaign in 

1985-86. 





Mindy Bowman sinks one over a Lady Blazer. 

2. Mary Margaret Patterson shoots in heavy traffic. 

3. Cheryl Brooks buckets a free throw against Blue 
Mountain. 

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1. Coach Edge, Cheryl Brooks, 
Melissa Latimer, Lou Ann Pace, 
and Lisa Pace observe tbe pro- 
ceedings closely. 

2. Suzy Kelty shoots in perfect 
form. 

3. Belhaven fails to stop a Lady 
Major. 

4. The Lady Majors battle for a 
rebound. 

5. Nancy Messer drives to the 
goal and pulls up for an easy 
jumper. 

6. Mary Margaret Patterson 
goes underneath for 2. 




INTRAMURALS 




The 1984-85 Independent Team — Intramural Champs 

Front row (I to r) — David Spight, Johnny Walker, Stuart Green, Steve Langworthy, Clipper Peale, Todd 
Joachim, Paul McNeil. Back row — Grant Fox, Tommy Smith, Mark Hazel, Paul Johnston, Donald Brooks, 
Tony Lobred, Brad Whitney, Tom Newman, Darrell Thomas, Zeather Gladney, Ken Eiland. Not pictured — 
David Cook, George Gober, Perry Goodman, Charles Lowe, Trace Simpson, Larry Martin, Frank Martin, 
Kevin Martin, Lee Thornton, Andrew Tomlinson, Scott Cloud, Justin Ransome, Homer Holloway, Steve 
Buckner, John Thibodeaux, Skipper Sampson, Jim Crendshaw, Gene Carleton, Lynn Gomez, Frankie Frank- 
lin, Doug Hudnall, Kavid Asbury, Willis Bridges, Tom Scott, Edmond Donald, Dwayne Roberts. 



Millsaps College has a fine in- 
tramural program, under the di- 
rection of George Gober and 
the Intramural Council. Stu- 
dents and faculty alike are in- 
volved in both the competititive 
sports offered by the school 
and in city league and club 
league play. 

Right — Michael Howard of the 
"Bud Men" fights for posses- 
sion as Brad Whitney looks on. 
Far Right — Jean Rose connects 
in a sorority softball game 





The C. S.'s soccer team captured second place overall in club league indoor competition. 

Front row (I to r) — Albert Labosse, Sean Peenstra, Marion Lyons, Kevin Brune, E. J. Croal. Back row — 

Michael Croal, B.A. Holman, Michael Newman, Robbie Muth, Arch Bullard, Kevin Callison 




MEN'S TENNIS 




Left to right: Kevin King, Sam Pooley, Billy Bergner, Jim Taylor, Rod Cook, Jeff Bodouin, Ben Ward, Kirk Patrick, Rob 
Buxton, Bill Briggs 

The 1985 Millsaps College men's tennis team was 
voted the top team in the NCAA Division III South 
Region. Millsaps finished with a record of 15 wins 
and 7 losses and victories overal South Region 
teams in competition for a bid to the Division III NCAA 
national tennis championship. Following Millsaps 
were number 2 ranked Emory (16-9), number 3 Rust 
College (14-6), number 4 University of the South (9- 
11), number 5 Oglethorpe University (11-12), num- 
ber 6 Centre College (5-12) and number 7 Rhodes 
College (5-11). 

Rod Cook, a senior from Shreveport, LA, was vot- 
ed number 2 singles player in the South Region, fol- 
lowing Emory's Steve Gittleson at number one. 

The South Region's number one doubles team, 
Millsaps' Bill Briggs and Kirk Patrick, had a wide 
margin over competitors in the region, mostly on the 
strength of a fine 15-2 season record and wins over 
all the contending doubles teams in the South Re- 
gion. 

Four seniors completed their collegiate careers 

for Millsaps. In addition to Cook (13-9), they are: Rob 

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letterwinners were Bill Briggs (12-6) of Moss Point; 
Kirk Patrick ( 1 6-4) of Baton Rouge; Billy Bergner { 1 2- 
10) of Overland Park, KS; and Ben Ward (17-13) of 
Natchez. 

Rod Cook was selected to play singles in the Na- 
tional Tournament at Washington and Lee Universi- 
ty, and Bill Briggs was selected as an alternate. The 
doubles team of Bill Briggs and Kirk Patrick also 
made the national tournament. 




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WOMEN'S TENNIS 




Front Row (L-R): Stephanie Pella, Alison Boyd, Michelle Vega, Nancy Stringer, Cathy McCauley. Back Row (L-R): Mary 
Margaret Dulaney, Molly Kiser, Nancy Takats, Sondra Godfrey, Jennifer Cockrell, Chris Matkin. 

The Millsaps College Women's tennis team came 
close to its 1985 season goal — selection to the 
NCAA Women's Division III national tennis champion- 
ships — but did not, however, make the final cut. Mill- 
saps finished in a fourth-place tie with Mary Wash- 
ington College of Fredericksburg, VA, in the South 
Region. The top three ranked teams in the South 
Region: Emory University of Atlanta, Davidson Col- 
lege in North Carolina and Rhodes College of Mem- 
phis, were chosen for the eight-team tournament 
played at Haverford (PA) College. 

In the singles selections Millsaps' Alison Boyd re- 
ceived a final rank of number 10, in the South Region 
and missed being selected to the 32-player field by 3 
places. The Millsaps number one doubles team of 
Boyd and Stephanie Pella missed by one place of 
being chosen as one of the four teams to represent 
the South Region. The doubles fare was ranked fifth 
in region. 

In addition to its fourth place tie in the 68-team 
South Region, Millsaps will be given a top twenty 
national ranking at the completion of the NCAA tour- 
nament. Millsaps finished the year with a 15-8 record 
completely reversing its 1984 record of 8-15. 

Two seniors have completed their careers at Mill- 
saps: Sondra Godfrey (10-9) of Jackson, and Steph- 
anie Pella (14-3) of Pascagoula. Returning letter win- 
ners are Alison Boyd (9-13) of Holly Bluff; Cathy 
McCauley (11-10) of Lake Charles, LA; Michelle 
Vega (11-4) of Baton Rouge, LA; Jennifer Cockrell 
(13-9) of Ocean Springs; Nancy Stringer (8-7) of Co- 
lumbia; and Chris Matkin (4-3) of Pascagoula. 




Above: Stephanie Pella anticipates her opponent's return. 



Left: Michelle Vega smashes the ball across the net. Below: 
Chris Matkin completes a serve. 




Left: Alison Boyd waits for her partner, 
Chris Matkin, to serve. 



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BASEBALL 




Front row (I to r) — Trace Baughn, Bobby Schneider, John Roberts, Kevin Martin, Nick Anderson, Larry 
Martin, Scott Cloud, Elton Buras, Tom Carey, Coach Tommy Ranager. Back row — Bill Devlin, Greg Bost, 
Danny Hughes, Jay Wiygul, Jim Page, Mitch Mitchell, Chad Lamar, Frank Martin. Not pictured is Hank Lyons. 

The Millsaps Major's baseball team ended its 1985 
season with a total of nine wins to give the Major's a 
9-17 record for the year. There were some outstand- 
ing players on the team who gained regional as well 
as local attention. Jim Page and Chad Lamar are 
both candidates for the All-South team. Their re- 
cords include a .386 batting average for Lamar and a 
.487 for Page. At the 1985 Sports Awards Banquet, 
Page was named Most Valuable Player, Lamar was 
named Best Offensive Player, and Nick Anderson 
received the Golden Glove award. 







1. Kevin Martin warms 
up. 

2. The team prays before 
a contest. 

3. Jim Page puts some 
muscle behind the ball. 

4. An unidentified Major 
slides in safe in a cloud 
of dust. 



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1. Jim Page delivers the ptich. 

2. A Major smashes the ball into 
the outfield. 

3. Jim Page congratulates Mitch 
Mitchell as the Majors prepare 
for their turn at bat. 




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BOX SCORES 



Football 



Central Methodist, Missouri 



Millsaps 



Univ. of the South 


Sewanee, TN 


28-26 


Rhodes College 


Millsaps 


8-32 


Trinity Univ. 


San Antonio, TX 


14-0 


Baptist Univ. 


Atlanta, GA 


55-0 


Austin College 


Millsaps 


24-23 


Maryville College 


Maryville, TN 


14-13 


Washington Univ. 


St. Louis, MO 


26-25 


Georgia Southwestern 


Millsaps 


17-14 



Soccer 




Rhodes College 


Millsaps 


3-2 

(OT) 


Emory Invitation 


Atlanta, GA (Ga. 


0-4 


Tourn. 


State) (Emory) 


0-5 


Tougaloo College 


Tougaloo 


2-2 

(OT) 


Belhaven College 


Millsaps 


1-3 


Univ. of the South 


Millsaps 


1-0 


Centenary College 






Pelican State 






Doubleheader 


Monroe, LA 


2-3 


Univ. of New Orleans 


New Orleans, LA 


0-2 


Nicholls State Univ. 


Thibodeaux, LA 


2-3 


Univ. of New Orleans 


Millsaps 


1-1 


Maryville College (TN) 


Millsaps 


1-0 


Tougaloo College 


Millsaps 


9-0 


Mississippi College 


Elsah, IL 


1-1 
(OT) 


Principia College 


Elsah, IL 


1-1 
(OT) 


Maryville College (MO) 


St. Louis, MO 


1-3 


Belhaven College 


Belhaven 


1-3 
(OT) 


Mississippi College 


Clinton 


3-0 


Nicholls State Univ. 


Millsaps 


4-2 


Record 


7-8-3: 


W-L-T 






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Baseball 




Univ. of the South 


Home 


6-1 


Univ. of the South 


Home 


8-13 


Univ. of the South 


Home 


5-4 


Wheaton 


Home 


0-6 


Wheaton 


Home 


3-2 


Washington 


Home 


6-9 


Washington 


Home 


2-11 


Culver Stockton 


Home 


10-13 


Culver Stockton 


Home 


4-13 


Rhodes 


Home 


11-17 


Illinois Wesleyan 


Home 


2-13 


Illinois Wesleyan 


Home 


2-13 


Illinois Wesleyan 


Home 


5-10 


Rust College 


Home 


2-0 


Rust College 


Home 


3-2 


MacMurray 


Home 


11-8 


MacMurray 


Home 


7-11 


Mississippi College 


Away 


1-12 


Mississippi College 


Away 


2-6 


Univ. of the South 


Away 


8-17 


Univ. of the South 


Away 


14-7 


Belhaven College 


Away 


2-6 


Belhaven College 


Away 


2-4 


Belhaven College 


Home 


5-11 


Belhaven College 


Home 


4-7 


Rust College 


Away 


11-7 


Rust College 


Away 


4-2 






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Men's 


Basketball 1 


Millsaps Dr. Pepper Classic 




Tougaloo 


Millsaps 


60-60 


Rhodes 


Millsaps 


57-59 


Westminster College 


Fulton, MO 


60-59 (OT) 


Maryville 


St. Louis, MO 


62-59 


Lane 


Millsaps 


66-49 


Lambuth 


Millsaps 


66-55 


Univ. of the South 


Millsaps 


59-45 


Pensacola Christian 


Millsaps 


53-40 


St. Andrews College 


Millsaps 


53-55 


Fisk 


Nashville. TN 


66-48 


Trinity Tournament 






Washington Univ. 


San Antonio, TX 


50-55 


Milliken College 


San Antonio, TX 


51-60 


Incarnate Word 


San Antonio, TX 


64-63 


Rhodes 


Millsaps 


52-57 


Belhaven 


Jackson, MS 


51-56 


Touglaoo 


Tougaloo, MS 


2-0 (forfeit) 


Tougaloo 


Millsaps 


2-0 (forfeit) 


Bethel 


Millsaps 


50-56 


Springhill 


Mobile, AL 


61-59 


Emory 


Millsaps 


78-53 


Fisk 


Millsaps 


91-61 


Rhodes 


Memphis, TN 


68-71 


Springhill 


Millsaps 


66-59 


Belhaven 


Millsaps 


62-72 


Emory 


Atlanta, GA 


63-37 


Univ. of the South 


Sewanee, TN 


61-73 


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WOMEN'S 




BASKETBALL 




Principia College 


Millsaps 


71-58 


Covenant 


Covenant 


76-62 


Sewanee 


Sewanee 


39-56 


Rhodes 


Millsaps 


60-50 


Judson 


Judson 


61-72 


Incarnate Word 


Incarnate Word 


59-63 


Trinity 


Trinity 


73-48 


Blue Mountain 


Millsaps 


51-53 


Belhaven 


Belhaven 


49-68 


Rhodes 


Rhodes 


55-47 


Millsaps Tournament 






Lindenwood 


Millsaps 


76-29 


Judson 


Millsaps 


55-67 


Fisk 


Fisk 


59-104 


Fisk 


Millsaps 


64-83 


Trinity 


Millsaps 


62-51 


Rhodes Tournament 






Transylvania 


Rhodes 


47-54 


Washington Univ. 


Rhodes 


75-79 


Belhaven 


Millsaps 


49-50 






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MEN'S TENNIS 




Jackson State Univ. 


Millsaps 


8-0 


Louisiana College 


Millsaps 


7-2 


William Carey College 


Millsaps 


7-2 


Spring Hill College 


Mobile, AL 


8-1 


Centenary College 


Shreveport, La 


2-7 


Central College 


Millsaps 


2-7 


Delta State Univ. 


Millsaps 


7-2 


Belhaven College 


Belhaven 


1-5 


Rust College 


Millsaps 


8-1 


Ripon College 


Millsaps 


2-7 


Principia College 


Millsaps 


4-5 


Lawrence Univ. 


Millsaps 


8-1 


Lawrence Univ. 


Millsaps 


8-1 


Mississippi College 


Tennis South 


9-0 


Spring Hill College 


Millsaps 


7-2 


Univ. of Southern Miss. 


Millsaps 


2-7 


South Regional Tourn. 


Sewanee, TN 




Emory Univ. 




5-4 


Univ. of the South 




8-1 


Oglethorpe Univ. 




8-1 


Delta State Univ. 


Cleveland, MS 


3-6 


Centre College 


Memphis, TN 


9-0 


Rhodes College 


Memphis, TN 


9-0 


Mississippi College 


Millsaps 


9-0 


William Carey College 


Hattiesburg, MS 


6-3 






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WOMEN'S TENNIS 1 


Univ. of Southern Miss. 


Hattiesburg, MS 


0-9 


Southern Univ. 


New Orleans, LA 


9-0 


Univ. of New Orleans 


New Orleans, LA 


7-2 


Spring Hill College 


Mobile, AL 


5-4 


Centenary College 


Shreveport, LA 


0-9 


Miss. Univ. for Women 


Columbus, MS 


7-2 


Univ. of Southern Miss. 


Millsaps 


3-6 


Principia College 


Millsaps 


4-5 


Rhodes College 


Millsaps 


3-6 


Univ. of North Alabama 


Millsaps 


7-2 


Univ. of New Orleans 


Millsaps 


7-2 


Southern Arkansas Univ. 


Millsaps 


9-0 


Delta State Univ. 


Millsaps 


7-2 


Rust College 


Millsaps 


8-1 


Delta State Univ. 


Cleveland, MS 


6-3 


Mississippi College 


Millsaps 


8-1 


Hendrix College 


Millsaps 


9-0 


Miss. Univ. for Women 


Millsaps 


7-2 


Emory Univ. 


Birmingham, AL 


4-5 


Birmingham Southern College 


Birmingham, AL 


0-6 


Mary Washington College 




1-8 


Sewanee 




8-1 


Emory & Henry College 




6-3 




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CHEERLEADERS 




Above: Jennifer Wofford, Jaimie Ware, Michelle, Marion- 
neaux, Kay K. Regan, Cullem Pope, Emily Gregory and Julia 
Jones lead the cheers at a basketball game. Right: The foot- 
ball cheerleaders, in pyramid formation, work up spirit at a 
Major's game. 

FOOTBALL 
CHEERLEADERS 



Alys Barlow 
Julia Jones 
Tereau Pearson 
Lee West 
Jennifer Wofford 



Luis Camero 
Bill Lang 
Tony Lobred 
Cullem Pope 
Jaimie Ware 



BASKETBALL 
CHEERLEADERS 



Emily Gregory 
Julia Jones 
Michelle Marionneaux 
Kay K. Regan 
Jennifer Wofford 



Bill Lang 
Tony Lobred 
Cullem Pope 
Jaimie Ware 




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The games are over and the cheering 
has ceased. But the action-filled mo- 
ments that dominated these games re- 
main, although only as a memory. The 
preceding pages record some of these 
events so that the 1984-85 sports sea- 
son will not be forgotten. 



GO 
MAJORS! 



ADMINISTRATION 

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George M. Harmon 

President of the College 

B.A., Southwestern at Memphis 

M.B.A., Emory University 

D.B.A., Harvard University 



Robert A. Shive, Jr. 

Associate Dean of the College and Director of 

Information Systems 

B.A., M.S., Southern Methodist University 

PhD., Iowa State University 



ADMINISTRATION 




Robert H. King 

Vice President and Dean of the College 

B.A., Harvard University 

B.D., PhD., Yale University 



John H. Christmas 

Director of Admissions 

B.S., Millsaps College 

A.M., University of Southern Mississippi 



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ADMINISTRATION 




Don E. Strickland, C.P.A. 

Vice President for Business Affairs 
B.S., M.S., PhD., Florida State University 



William W. Franklin 

Vice President for Development 
A.B.J. , University of Georgia 



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ADMINISTRATION 




Stuart Good 

Dean of Student Affairs 
A.B., A.M., Boston University 
LL.D., The College of Ganado 



Jack L. Woodward 

Director of Financial Aid 

A.B., Millsaps College 

B.D., Southern Methodist University 



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ART 
DEPARTMENT 



Lucy Webb Millsaps 

B.F.A., Newcomb College 
M.A., University of Mississippi ^' 





Jack Agricola Carol Mann 

B.A., University of the South not pictured: Thomas Allen 
M.A., University of Alabama 




MUSIC 
DEPARTMENT 



Jonathan Sweat 

B.S., M.S., The Julliard School of Music 
A. Mus. D., University of Michigan 




Francis Polanski McCarrell Ayers 

B.M., Eastman School of Music B.S., Eastman School of Music 

Univ. of Rochester Univ. of Rochester 

M.M., University of Michigan M.M., Inidana University 



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MUSIC 
AND THEATRE 



Timothy Coker 

B.M., M.M., PhD. University of Southern Mississippi 





Donald Kilmer Lance Goss 

B.M., M.M., Indiana Univ. A.B., [\1illsaps College 

Adv. Study: Union Theological Seminary A.M., Adv. Study, Northwestern Univ. 
Univ. of Kansas, Univ. of Illinois 

Magnolia Coullett Brent Lefavor 



A.B., Millsaps College 

A.M., Univ. of Pennsylvania 

B.M., Belhaven College 

A.M., Univ. of Mississippi 



B.A., M.A., Brigham Young Univ. 




LANGUAGES 



Billy Bufkin 



/ A.B., A.M., Texas Technological College 
Adv. Study, Tulane University 
Diploma de Estudios Hispanics dela Universiad 
de Madrid 





John L. Guest Robert J. Kahn 

A.B., Univ. of Texas B.A., State Univ. of New York 

A.M., Columbia Univ. M.AM., Middleburg College 

Adv. Study: New York Univ. Ph.D., Pennsylvania State Univ. 
Ottendorfer Fellowship in Germanic 

Philogy, Bonn University not pictured: Priscilla Fermon 
Fulbright Scholarship, Univ. of Vienna 



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ENGLISH 





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Paul D. Hardin, Emeritus Richard Mallette 



A.B., Millsaps College A.B., Boston College 
A.M., Duke University M.A., Ph.D., Harvard Univ. 



Lome Fienberg Nona Fienberg 

A.B., Univ. of Toronto A.B., Univ. of Toronto 

M.A., Ph.D., Univ. of California M.A., Univ. of California at Santa Barbara 

at Berkeley Ph.D., Univ. of California at Berkeley 



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DEPARTMENT 




Austin Wilson George Boyd 



Robert PddOett A-B< Val^osta state College A.B., Murray State College 

M.A., Univ. of Georgia A.M., Univ. of Kentucky 

A.B., Texas Christian Univ. pj, p y^j^ ^^ 3^^^^, Carolina Ph.D., Columbia University 
A.M., Vanderbilt Univ. 
Adv. Study: Vanderbilt Univ. 
Fulbright Scholarship, Universite de EHZSbeth JOneS 

Clermont-Ferrand 

B.A., Millsaps College 

Judith Page 

A.B., Tulane Univ. 
M.A., Univ. of New Mexico ^^3 

Ph.D., Univ. of Chicago 



PHILOSOPHY 
AND CLASSICS 



Catherine Freis 

B.A., Brooklyn College 

M.A., Ph.D., Univ. of California 

at Berkeley 




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Robert Bergmark Michael Mitias 

A.B., Emory University A.B., Union College 
S.T.B, Ph.D., Boston Univ. Ph.D., Univ. of Waterloo 




SOCIOLOGY 
DEPARTMENT 



Allen Scarboro 

^ A.B., Kenyon College 
I M.A., Hartford Seminary Foundation 
^ ^B Ph.D., Emory University 



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Lourdes Henebry Frances Coker 

B.A., Univ. of Central Florida A.B., Millsaps College 
M.A., Eastern New Mexico Univ. M.S.T., Illinois Institute of Technology 

Adv. Graduate Work: Univ. of North Carolina, 
Uppsala Univ. (Sweden,) Univ. of Hawaii 



POLITICAL 
SCIENCE 



HISTORY 

John Quincy Adams 

B.A., Rice University 

M.A., J.D., Univ. of Texas 

Adv. Study, Univ. of Texas 

Howard Bavender 

A.B., College of Idaho 

M.A., Univ. of Wisconsin 

Adv. Study, Univ. of Texas 




Ross Moore, Emeritus Frank Laney, Jr. 

B.S., M.S., Millsaps College A.B., Univ. of Mississippi 

A.M., Univ. of Chicago A.M., Ph.D., Univ. of Virginia 
Ph.D., Duke University 



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HISTORY 
DEPARTMENT 



Adrienne Phillips 

B.A., Northeast Louisiana 
M.A., Ph.D., Univ. of Mississippi 




Charles Sallis Robert McElvaine 

B.S., M.S., Miss. State Univ. B.A., Rutgers Univ. 

Ph.D., Univ. of Kentucky M.A., Ph.D., State Univ. of New York 
at Binghamton 



RELIGION AND PSYCHOLOGY 




Lee H. Reiff Thomas W. Lewis, III 

A.B., B.D., Southern Methodist Univ. A.B., Millsaps College 

M.A., Ph.D., Yale University B.D., Southern Methodist Univ. 



Russell Levanway 



A.B., Univ. of Miami 



Ph.D., Drew University 



Edmond Venator 



M.S., Ph.D., Syracuse Univ. A.B., Univ. of Buffalo 

Ph.D., Emory University 



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BIOLOGY DEPARTMENT 




James P. McKeown Dick Highfill 

A.B., Univ. of the South A.B., M.A., Univ. of California 

A.M., Univ. of Mississippi at San Jose 

Ph.D., Miss. State University Ph.D., Univ. of Idaho 

Robert Nevins Todd Willis — 

A.B., Washington Univ. Lab Coordinator 
M.S., Univ. of Missouri 
Adv. Study, Univ. of Missouri and 
Univ. of Mississippi 



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CHEMISTRY 
DEPARTMENT 



Allen D. Bishop, Jr. 

B.S., Millsaps College 

M.S., Louisana State Univ. 

Ph.D., Univ. of Houston 



not pictured: Jimmie Purser 




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Eugene Cain Roy A. Berry, Jr. 

B.S., Univ. of North Carolina B.S., Mississippi College 
A.M., Ph.D., Duke University Ph.D., Univ. of North Carolina 



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PHYSICS 
AND 



Wendell B. Johnson ASTRONOMY 

B.S., M.S., Kansas state College r^^^ ■ ■ iVyi^VyiWl I 

Adv Study: Missouri School of Mines r^^lK^rl- ^onn 

Univ. of Missouri L'eiDeri oann 

B.S., Univ. of Missouri 

^ lUI DAorHclAW ^■^■' Northeast Louisiana Univ. 

V^eOrge IVI. DeaiaSiey Ph.O, Missouri school of Mines and 

B.S., Stanford University Metallurgy 
Ph.D., Univ. of North Carolina 

Ben Nichols 



MATHEMATICS 




Samuel Knox Crawford Rhaly 

B.A., A.M., Univ. of Mississippi B.A., M.S., Univ. of Mississippi 
Pli.D., Virginia Polytechnic Institute M.T.S., Harvard Divinity School 

Ph.D., Univ. of Virginia 



Susan Howell 

B.S., M.S., Univ. of Southern Miss. 



Herman L. McKenzie 

B.S., Millsaps College 

M.Ed., M.S., Univ. of Mississippi 



MATHEMATICS AND 
COMPUTER SCIENCE 




Martha Goss Allen Bishop 

B.S., M.A., Univ. of Alabama B.S., Millsaps College 

M.S., Louisiana State Univ. 
r- _i r^ I Ph.D., Univ. of Houston 

Fred Decker 

B.S., M.S., Memphis State Univ. ThOmdS PritChdrCl 

B.S., Univ. of Chicago 
Ph.D., Univ. of Tennessee 



COMPUTER 
SCIENCE 



Crawford Rhaly 

B.A., M.S., Univ. of Mississippi 

M.T.S., Harvard Divinity Sciiool 

Ph.D., Univ. of Virginia 





Clyde Ballard Jimmie Purser 

B.S., M.E., Miss. State Univ. A.B., Millsaps College 
M.B.A., Mississippi College Ph.D., Univ. of North Carolina 
Jurisdoctorate, Miss. College 

R.W.McCarley 

B.A., Millsaps College 
M.Ed., Miss. State Univ. 



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EDUCATION 
DEPARTMENT 



Jeanne M. Forsythe 

B.A., MJIIsaps College 
Srii, M.Ed., Ed.D., Harvard University 




Marlys T. Vaughn Steve Hering 

B.S., M.Ed., Miss. State Univ. B.S., Florida Southern College 
Ph.D., Univ. of Southern Miss. M.Ed., Ed.D., Memphis State Univ. 



PHYSICAL 

EDUCATION 

DEPARTMENT 




Thomas L. Ranager Donald Holcomb 

B.S., Miss. State Univ. B.S., M.Ed., Memphis State Univ. 
M.Ed., Mississippi College 



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PHYSICAL 

EDUCATION 

DEPARTMENT 



Mary Ann Edge 

B.S., M.S., Univ. of Mississippi 
Adv. Study: Univ. of Southern Miss. 




James A. Montgomery George Gober 

A.B., Birmingham Southern College B.A., Millsaps College 
Ed.D., George Peabody College 



SCHOOL OF 
MANAGEMENT 



Jerry D. Whitt, Dean 

B.B.A., M.B.A., North Texas State Univ. 
Ph.D., Univ. of Arkansas 





Steve C. Wells Walter P. Neely 

A.A., Copiah-Lincoln Jr. College B.S., M.B.A., Miss. State Univ. 
A.B., M.A., Adv. Study, C.P.A., Ph.D., Univ. of Georgia 



Univ. of Mississippi 



Terry Sheldahl 

A.B., Drake Univ. J.D., Univ. of Illinois 
Ph.D., Johns Hopkins Univ. 



David Larson 

B.A., DeOauw University 



Sue Whitt 




SCHOOL OF 
& MANAGEMENT 



B.B.A., North Texas Univ. 
M.B.A., Ph.D., Univ. of Arkansas 




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Carl Brooking Shirley Olson 

B.S., Millsaps College B.A., Mississippi State Univ. 
M.S., Ph.D., Univ. of Pennsylvania M.A., Mississippi College 

D.B.A., Mississippi State Univ. 

Raymond A. Phelps, II 

A. A., Univ. of Florida 

B.B.A., M.B.A., Georgia State Univ. 

D.B.A., Louisiana Tech Univ. 



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STUDENT AFFAIRS 




Bottom: Stuart Good, Dean of Students; George Gober, Intramurals. Top: Martha Lou 
Nance; Don Fortenberry, Chaplain; Nancy Moore, Associate Dean of Students; Russell 
Anderson, Career Planning and Placement; Martha Galtney. 



FINANCIAL 
AID 



Jane Cooper, Associate 

Loan Officer; Jack L. 

Woodward, Director of 

Financial Aid; Cheri 

Gober. 




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ADMISSIONS 




Keri Slaton; John H. Christmas, Director of Admissions; Monty Hamilton; Dot Knox; 
Cathy Martella; Carney Stephens; Florence Mines. 

CAMPUS SERVICES 




Katherine Lefoldt, AC Hostess; Leonard Poison, Director of Services; 
Nancy White, Secretary, Business Affairs. 



RECORDS OFFICE 




Sara Brooks, Director of Records; Irene Story; Mary Townsend; Pearl Dyer. 



BUSINESS OFFICE 




Warrene Lee, Manager; Marge Fenton; Martha Musgrove; Alice Borders; Rose Mary 
Richardson; Doug Luebbers, C.P.A. 



LIBRARY 




Bottom: Mrs. Barbara West, Mrs. Kathy Allison, Ms. Shelley Leichter. Top: Mrs. Gerry 
Reiff, Mrs. Floreada Harmon, Mrs. Joycelyn Trotter. Not pictured: Mrs. Kathy Holden 




COLLEGE LIBRARIAN: James F. Parks, Jr. 



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BOOKSTORE 



Elizabeth and Edward L. Jameson, Manager 

POST 
OFFICE 



Jill Levanway, Kathi Levanway, Mittie Welty 



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FOOD SERVICES 



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Phyllis McWilliams, Jennifer Smith, Lucille Cotton, Deloris Phelps, Olivia White, 
Director; Gary Whittemore, Manager; Ozie Townsend, Mike Knight, Mary Cason, Lee S. 
Johnson, Ann Wilson, Willie Duckworth, Frederick Davis, Gregory Chatman, Alberta 
Fairley, Karen Risk, Asst. Manager. 

MAINTENANCE 




Johnny Luckett, David Wilkinson, Dennis Lunn, Rex Latham, Jim Busby, Julius Russell 



SECURITY 



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Front row (I to r)— W. Harold, D. Franklin, Elenor Wilson, Guy Singer. Second row— E. 
Nickols, Dave Boender, Donald Sullivan, Joe Amiker, Dean Williams. 



Security Chief Wayne Miller 




RESIDENCE HALL DIRECTORS 




Blair Cash, Galloway Men's Dormitory 



Lyn Harper Cheney, Franklin Women's Dormitory 



Karen Thueson, Bacot Women's 
Dormitory 



Not pictured — Mrs. Margaret Hilt, 
Ezelle Men's Dormitory 




FACULTY AND FRIENDS 








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FRESHMEN 



MICKEL ADLER 

Metairie, LA 

BETHANY AKERS 

Meridian, MS 

AIMEE ALTSCHUL 

Metairie, LA 

ROY ANDERSON 

Mobile, AL 
STEVE ANDERSON 

Viclcsburg, MS 

RUTH ARNO 

New Orleans, LA 

DAVID ATES 

Gautier, US 

MIKE BACILE 

Richardson, TX 

ROSS BALLENGER 

Hendersonville, TN 

DEREK BARNES 

New Orleans, LA 

LAURA BARRETT 

Lexington, MS 

LEIGH ANN BASS 

Long Beach, CA 

JOHN BENSON 

Pope, MS 

NANCY BOAGNI 

Baton Rouge, LA 

VANESSA BONSTEEL 

Memphis, TN 

SUSAN BOONE 

Memphis, TN 

MINDY BOWMAN 

West Point, MS 

CHERYL BROOKS 

Belden, MS 

DAVID CHEEK AND 

JENNIFER WALLER 



ALEXIS BROWN 

Metairie, LA 

MITCHELL BROWN 

Lookout Mountain, TN 

TIM BROWN 

St. Louis, MO 



KIM BRUCE 

Memphis, TN 

PIERRE BRUNEAU 

New Orleans, LA 

PAT BUNCH 

Hot Springs, AR 




FRESHMEN 




IDA BURG 

Jackson, MS 

JENNIFER CALLAHAN 

Tucson, AZ 

LISA CAMERON 

Gulfport, MS 

Far left 

THAD PRATT 



MARTHA CAMPBELL 
Jackson, MS 
BRUCE CANADA 
Brandon, MS 
TONI CAPPIELLO 
Baton Rouge, LA 



KENNETH CARPENTER 
Baton Rouge, LA 
DAVID CASTLE 
Memptiis, TN 

WENDELL CATCHINGS 
Jackson, MS 



EMILY CHARLES 

New Orleans, LA 
TODD CLAYTON 
Meridian, MS 
JULIE COLBERT 
Columbus, MS 
JAMES COLEMAN 
Ackerman, MS 
ROB COLEMAN 
Ackerman, MS 

DWIGHT COLLINS 

Jackson, MS 

CHARLES CRAMPTON 
Meridian, MS 
STEVE CRISPING 
Houma, LA 

DANA CROTWELL 
Denham Springs, LA 
JENNIFER CROWDER 
French Camp, MS 

KAREN CURRY 

Slidell, LA 
JERRY DAVIS 
Daptine, AL 
TOBY DAVIS 
Nesbit. MS 
DAVID DEAN 
Little Rock. MS 
ROBERT DERROW II 
Jackson, MS 



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FRESHMEN 



BILL DEVLIN 
Katy, TX 

ANNE DOUGLAS 

Baton Rouge, LA 

MEGAN DUFFY 

Oxford, MS 

SHARON FLACK 

Memphis, TN 

CLARK FLOWERS 

Vlcksburg, MS 

MIKE FONDREN 

Pascagoula, MS 

LOUIS GARRETT 

Memphis, TN 

CHARLOTTE GILLESPIE 

Carrollton, MS 

TAMMY GILMORE 

Jackson, MS 

JULIE GOBER 

Knoxville, TN 

MARGARET GOFF 

Brandon, MS 

HOWARD GRAYLIN 

Hazelhurst, PA 

Far left— 

LISA MCDONALD AND 

DAN MCLAUGHLIN 



RHONDA GREEN 

Kilmichael, MS 

DEBBIE GREER 

Meridian, MS 



LYNN GRIFFIN 

Riverview, FL 

EMILY HAMMACK 

Utica, MS 

LAURA HANKINS 

Jackson, MS 

GREG HARB 

Knoxville, TN 

CHARLOTTE HARNESS 

Vicksburg, MS 

JANIE LYN HARRIS 

Madison, MS 

STEPHEN HARRISON 

Baton Rouge, LA 

DEAN HEGWOOD 

New Orleans, LA 

ANN HEIDKE 

Madison, MS 

CHAD HENSLEY 

Ocean Springs, MS 




178 



FRESHMEN 




GEORGE HOFF 

Jackson, MS 

LARRIN HOLBERT 

Lafayette, LA 
TERESA HOLLAND 
Jackson, MS 

STEPHEN HOLLIDAY 
Baton Rouge, LA 
STEPHANIE HOLMES 
Leawood, KS 

TERRY HUDSON 

Vicksburg, MS 
JONI HUTCHINSON 
McCooL MS 
PATRICIA IRBY 
Brandon. MS 
ANITA JOE 
Indlanola, MS 
INGRID JOHNSON 
Jackson. MS 

PATIENCE JONES 

Little Rock, Ar 

ANNE JUNG 

Dallas, TX 

Far Right — 

CHARLES WOODS AND 

LISA BOWDEN 



DONNA KALTER 

Mobile, AL 
VONA KEELING 

Mobile. AL 



BETH KEENE 
Brookhaven, MS 
CHRIS KELLY 
Jackson. MS 
CINDY KEYES 
Monticello. MS 
JAMES KILROY 
Baton Rouge, LA 
PHILLIP KLUMPP 
Fairhope. AL 

JENNIFER LAIRD 
Meridian, MS 
PENNY LANEY 
Winona, MS 
TERRY LAZZARI 
Daphne, AL 
SALLY LEE 
Terry, MS 
KATHY LEVYA 
Amory, MS 



179 



FRESHMEN 



MICHAEL LIGNOS 

Mobile, AL 

MARGARET LIPE 

Greenwood, US 

Far right — 

LEIGH ANNE BASS, 

MICHELLE POOLE, 

AND LAURA BARRETT 



TRACY LIPSCOMB 

Greenville, MS 
KELLY LOCKHART 

Pass Christian, MS 



RANDY LOMINICK 

Vicksburg, MS 

CAROL LYNCH 

Kosciusko, MS 

ROBBY MANNING 

Meridian, MS 

CHRISTINE MARTIN 

Gibsland, MS 



LARRY MARTIN 

Hurley, MS 

LARON MASON 

Meridian, MS 

JACK MAY, JR. 

Mobile, AL 

TRACY McALPIN 

Canton, MS 

MONTY McCALEB 

Long Beach, MS 

LISA Mcdonald 

Meridian, MS 

LISA Mcdonald 

Jackson, MS 

BILL Mcleod 

Hattiesburg, MS 

DANNY McNEER 

Winona, MS 

DEEPAK MEHOTRA 

Jackson, MS 

DANA MILLER 

Aberdeen, MS 

THOMAS MILLER 

Jackson, MS 

BRIAN MILNER 

Madison, MS 

PAUL MITCHELL 

Metairle, LA 

MARK MONGAYA 

Biloxi, MS 




180 



FRESHMEN 




JOHN MOORE 

Weir. MS 

ELLIOTT MORETON 

Oxford, MS 

JOHN MOSETICH 

Cleveland. MS 

JESSYLEN MOSLEY 

Jackson, MS 

JAY MULLER 

Jackson, MS 

KEITH MEYRS 

Baton Rouge, LA 
CHRIS NASH 
Jackson, MS 
SEAN O'NEILL 
Mobile, AL 

WADE OSBORNE 
Piano, TX 
DAVID PAGE 
Clinton, MS 

JOSIE PAQUIN 

Slldell, LA 

NATALIE PARKER 
LaVergne, TN 
PAIGE PARKER 
Jackson, MS 
MARY MARGARET 

PATTERSON 

Benolt, MS 
JOHN PAYNE 
Jackson. MS 
LOREE PEACOCK 
Metalrle, LA 
LALON PEALE 
Dallas, TX 
LESLIE PETRUS 

Monroe, LA 
TRAGI PETTIT 

Jackson, MS 

MELISSA PHILLEY 

Morehead, KY 

SAMUEL POOLEY 

Jackson, MS 
THAD PRATT 

VIcksburg, MS 
Far Rigtit 



AMY BUNNELL AND 
ROGER DANKEL 



WAYNE PRATT 

VIcksburg, MS 
ALICE PRITCHARD 

Hattiesburg. MS 



181 



FRESHMEN 



ANDREA PRITCHETT 

Meridian, MS 

LEANNE PYRON 

Winona, MS 

CARLA RICHARDS 

Jackson, MS 

DAVID RICHARDS, JR 

Mobile, AL 

LEE ANN RILEY 

Gulfport, MS 

SHELLEY RITTER 

Kosciusko, MS 

ANGELA ROBERTS 

Jackson, MS 

PAUL ROBERTSON 

Clara, MS 

JUDY RUDOLPH 

Mobile, AL 

LAURA SANDERS 

Batesville, MS 

SUSAN SANDERS 

Coila, MS 

SUZANNE SANDERS 

Birmingham, AL 

ROBERT SAYLE, JR. 

Bay St. Louis, MS 

MIKE SCALES 

Katy, TX 

BOBBY SCHNEIDER 

Ocean Springs, MS 

DIANA SCHROEDER 

Memphis, TN 

DAVID SETZER II 

Amory, MS 

CHARLES SHEPHERD 

Stoneville, MS 

Far Right — 

MARTHA MCDONALD 



KEVIN SMITH 
Germantown, TN 
TANYA SMITH 
Jackson, MS 
BOBBY SOILEAU 
Baton Rouge, LA 



STEPHANIE SONNIER 

Lafayette, LA 

KATHRYN SPENCE 

Florence, AL 

PAUL STAFFORD 

Covington, TN 




182 



FRESHMEN 




KATHY STEMKE 

Metairie. LA 
BOB STEWART 

Kosciusko, MS 

ALICE STUCKEY 
Baton Rouge. LA 
LORI SULLIVAN 
Memphis, TN 
NANCY TAKATS 
Savannah, GA 

CARLA TAVENNER 
Avon, MS 

LESLIE TAYLOR 
Hattiesburg, MS 
MELISSA TAYLOR 
Meridian, MS 
DOLLY THAMES 
Mobile, AL 
LESLIE THOMAS 
Winona, MS 

ROBIN TOLAR 

Columbia, MS 
JOE TOMMASINI 
Jackson, MS 
JUDD TUCKER 
Meridian, MS 
GREG TURNER 
Nashville, TN 
MICHELLE VEGA 
Baton Rouge, LA 

NICK VERDE 

St. Louis, MO 

ANN WALCOTT 

Hollandale, MS 

JOHN WALKER 

Milan, TN 

Far Left 

SHERRY AZORDEGAN 



CATHERINE WALTER 

Cocoa Beach, FL 
KARLA WATSON 
Kosciusko, MS 
LANCE WAYCASTER 
Natchez, MS 



BRUCE WEATHERSBY 

Jackson, MS 
ROSLYN WEBB 
Pass Christian, MS 
MINDY WELCH 

Hope Hull, AL 



FRESHMEN / SOPHOMORES 



RANDY WELLS 

Meridian. MS 

DEBBY WEST 

Oxford, MS 

ELBERT WHITE 

Corinth, MS 

BRIDGET WILLIAMS 

Morrilton, AR 

LINDA LEE WILLIAMS 

Corinth, MS 

MARY WILLIAMS 

Mobile, AL 

SARA WILLIAMS 

Corinth, MS 

KEENAN WILSON 

Mathiston, MS 

JANE WORKMAN 

Jackson, MS 

HEATH WRAY 

West Point, MS 

MARY 

KATHERINE WRIGHT 

Ruston, LA 

DENISE WYONT 

Corinth, MS 

LILY YANG 

Jackson, MS 

CINDY YARBROUGH 

Meridian, MS 

CHRISTINE YEH 

Merdian, MS 

HRISTINE ZIMMERMAN 

Columbus, MS 

CORY ACUFF 

Big Springs, TX 

BRENT ALEXANDER 

McComb, MS 

JOE AUSTIN 

Greenville, MS 

SUSAN BALE 

Brookhaven, MS 

ROBERT BARHAM 

Jackson, MS 

ALYS BARLOW 

Memphis, TN 

Far right — 

TEPHANIE WHITEHEAD 

ID STEPHEN HOLLIDAY 



BILLY BAXTER 

Longview, TX 

ALI BLOUNT 

New York, NY 




184 



SOPHOMORES 




GREG BOST 

Verona, MS 

LISA BOWDEN 

Cleveland, US 

Far left — 

CARLA TAVENNER AND 

DEBBIE GREER 



JOEL BROWN 

Jackson, MS 
KEVIN BRUNE 
Ocean Springs, MS 



PENNY BURTON 

Winona, MS 
BILLY CARR 
Gulfport, MS 
REYNOLDS CHENEY III 

Memphis, TN 

ANTHONY CLOY 

Jackson, MS 
KEITH COOK 
Ocean Springs, MS 

MICHAEL CROAL 
Gulfport, MS 
MELISSA CUMBEST 
Pascagoula, MS 
MELYNDA CUMMINS 
West, MS 
AMY DINSTEL 
Jackson, MS 
WARDEEN DODD 
Kosciusko, MS 

DANNY DONOVAN 
Memphis, TN 

SHANNON DOUGHTY 
West Point, MS 
BRYAN EDWARDS 
Signal Mountain, TN 
SHEILA FARNSWORTH 
Memphis. TN 

MICHELLE FORRESTER 
Mantee, MS 

MICKEY GIORDANO 

Pellahatchie, MS 
MELBA GOODLOE 
Canton, MS 
ANGELIQUE GREGORY 

Yazoo City, MS 
TRACY GRIFFIN 
Starkville, MS 
BRYAN GROSVENOR 
Eads, TN 



SOPHOMORES 



CAROL GUNN 

Yazoo City, MS 

JULIE HALL 

Tupelo, MS 

GRETA HAM 

Brandon, MS 
Far Right — 

ROB BUXTON 



DOUG HARPER 

Toomsuba, MS 
BARBARA HEARN 

Memphis, TN 

PAULA HENDERSON 

Crenshaw, MS 



BETH HENSON 

Memphis. TN 

SCOTT HIGGINBOTHAM 

Mer Rouge, LA 
LOUISE HILL 
Alexandria, LA 



KELLY HITCHCOCK 

Metairie, LA 

REED HUBBARD 

Jackson, MS 

ELIZABETH JETER 

Jackson, MS 

TODD JOACHIM 

Biloxi, MS 

JANET JOHNSON 
Columbus, MS 

KIM JONES 

Jackson, MS 

MOLLY KISER 

Monticello. MS 

ALEECE LEWALD 

Mexico Beach, FL 

TONY LOBRED 

Vicksburg, MS 

LYNNE LOVETT 

Morton, MS 

DONNA LUTHER 

Eupora, MS 

ROBERT MANGIALARDI 

Greenville, MS 

ALEX MANNING 

Jackson, MS 

KELLI MAY 

Memphis, TN 




SOPHOMORES 




SUSAN McGOVERN 

Starkville, MS 
LOIS McKAY 
Jackson, US 
KELVIN McLAURIN 
Brandon, MS 
Far Left — 
COURTNEY EGAN 



MICKEY McLAURIN 

Hollandale, MS 

GREG McNIDER 

Ripley, MS 

SUSAN MERIWETHER 

Memphis, TN 



NADINE MIDDOUR 

Orlando, FL 
NANCY MIMS 
Vaiden, MS 
DANNY MOORE 

Meridian, MS 



SANDY O'QUINN 

Baton Rouge, LA 
MELANIE PAGE 
Pascagoula, MS 
MELISSA PARKER 
Monroe, LA 
ANNE PATE 
Hendersonville, TN 
SUSAN PATE 
Hendersonville, TN 

ELISHA PITCHER 

Pascagoula, MS 
LAURIE PRUITT 
Gulfport, MS 
BETH RAMSEY 
Cantonment, FL 
DIANE REGINA 
Wyomissing, PA 
JEAN ROSE 
Vicksburg, MS 

ANGELA RUSSELL 

Bolton, MS 

MICHAEL SAUCIER 
Mandeville, LA 
DAVID SCOTT 
Brandon, MS 
SUSAN SEAL 
Phlladelphiia, MS 
DELECIA SEAY 
Baton Rouge. MS 



187 



SOPHOMORES / JUNIORS 



JACKYE SHANKS 

Jackson, MS 
SCOTT SHEINFIELD 

Houston, TX 

TRACE SIMPSON 

Thibodaux, LA 

Far Right 

JOHN PIGOTT 



MARGARET SOLOMON 

Greenville, MS 

PETER ST. ARNOLD 

Jackson, MS 

PATTON STEPHENS 

Mt. Sterling, KY 



NANCY STRINGER 

Columbia, MS 

JAY SUTTERFIE 

New Orleans, LA 

ASHLEY TIBBS 

Cleveland, MS 



CATHY TRIEBER 

Vicksburg, MS 

SUSAN VAN CLEVE 

Memphis, TN 

AL VALENZUELA 

Jackson, MS 

MARY VIDRINE 

New Orleans, LA 

HOLLY WALTERS 

Germantown, TN 

JAMIE WARE 

Jackson, MS 

DAVID WELCH 

Brandon, MS 

HOLLY WELSH 

Meridian, MS 

JENNIFER WOFFORD 

Drew, MS 

MARY CAROL ZITO 

Jackson, MS 

DAVID ASBURY 

Moss Point, MS 

GRADY BAILEY 

Houston, TX 

MAC BAILEY 

Greenville, MS 

JIM BALL 

Vicksburg, MS 

LEE BARLOW 

Memphis, TN 




188 



JUNIORS 




LIZA BENSON 
Monroe, LA 
ROSIE BROWN 
Yazoo City, MS 
LEIGH ANN BURNS 
Brandon, MS 
GENE CARLTON 
Forest, MS 
TED CHAPMAN 
Brandon, MS 

DAVID CHEEK 
Etowah, TN 
RENEE COATES 
Hazelhurst, MS 
JEFFREY CROUT 
Jackson, MS 
CATHRYN DERROW 
Jackson, MS 
WILLIAM DIXON 
Jackson, MS 

ROBERT DUPLER 

Dunnellon, FL 
DELISA DYER 
Pearl, MS 
KENNY EILAND 
Louisville, MS 
SABRINA ENGER 
Pascagoula, MS 
ROBERT FOOSE 
Jackson, MS 

KAREN GILDER 
Jackson, MS 
STUART GREEN 

Vicksburg, MS 

EMILY GREGORY 

Jackson, MS 
Far left— 

LEE RICE 



BYRON GRIFFITH 

Sunflower, MS 
CHIP GULLEDGE 
Crystal Springs. MS 
BEVERLY HARRELL 
West Point, MS 



HOMER HOLLOWAY 
Prentiss, MS 
DOUG HUDNALL 
Daleville, MS 
ERIC HUNT 
Clinton, MS 



JUNIORS 



INGA HUNT 

Clinton, MS 

JIM IRBY 

Jackson, MS 

JENNIFER JACK 

Mountain Brook, AL 

BOBBY JONES 

Natcliez. MS 

JANETTE JORDAN 

Jackson, MS 

MATT KAYE 

Memptiis, TN 

KEVIN KING 

Columbus, MS 

TRACEY KIRBY 

Houston, MS 

LAURENCE LEVENS 

Jackson, MS 

DAVID LOPER 

Jackson, MS 

JACQUELINE LOVE 

Jackson, MS 

KATHY MAGEE 

Jackson, MS 

Far right — 

ANDREW LIBBY AND 

CHERYL PITCHER 



LISA MANYFIELD 

Jackson, MS 

SUZANNE McCLUNG 

Clinton, MS 



TAMI MILLER 
Clinton, MS 

MITCH MITCHELL 
Jayess, MS 

ALLISON OURSO 

Baton Rouge, LA 

LOU ANN PACE 

Canton, MS 

MARIAN PHILLIPS 

Jackson, TN 

TOM POTTER 

Tunica, MS 

KAY K. REGAN 

Baton Rouge, LA 

MARK RICKETTS 

Memphis, TN 

TOM RISHEL 

Long Beach, MS 

MADOLYN ROBUCK 

Jackson, MS 




190 



JUNIORS 




ZELPHIA ROWE 

Chicago, IL 
MARK SAXON 
Jackson, MS 
JOHN SAVE 
Baton, Rouge, LA 
CALVIN SEALS 
Laurel, MS 
MEL SELBY 
Baton Rouge, LA 

DAVID SMITH 

Tupelo, MS 

SUSAN STEWART 

Meridian, MS 

LADY MARGARET 

SULLIVAN 
Jackson, MS 
PIMPET THANAPET 
Madison, MS 
CECE TODD 
Memphis, TN 
LYNN TONEY 
Laurel, MS 

DEBRA TUBERTINI 
Jackson, MS 
Far left— 
MAC BAILEY 



RANDY TUTOR 

Jackson, MS 
JEFF VENATOR 

Jackson, MS 



BILLY WAITS 
Pass Christian, MS 
CHARLIE WEATHERALL 
Grenada, MS 
LAURA WHEELER 
Baton Rouge, LA 
KELLY WILFORD 
Sugar Land, TX 
DEBORAH WILKINSON 
Meridian, MS 

CECILE WILLIAMS 
Memphis, TN 

CHARLOTTE WILLIAMS 
Jackson, MS 

ELIZABETH WILLIAMSO^ 
Raymond, MS 
KATE WIMMER 
Memphis, TN 
ANDY WOOD 
Mobile, AL 



JUNIORS /SENIORS 



CHARLES WOODS 

Jackson, MS 

MARY WOODWARD 

Jackson, MS 

SHEARER ALDRIDGE 

Hollandale, MS 

DAVID ANDERSON 

Clarksdale, MS 

KEVIN AUSTIN 

Nederland, TX 

KELLY BENTON 

Flowed, MS 

JEFF BERRY 

Jackson, MS 

TERESA BINGHAM 

Monroe, LA 

TRICIA BONNER 

Vicksburg, MS 

JIMMY BROWN 

New Orleans, LA 

DOUG BURGESS 

Jackson, MS 

BILL CHENEY 

Birmingham, AL 

CHRISSIE CLARK 

Baton Rouge, LA 

BETH COLLINS 

Memphis, TN 

JOHN COOK 

Jackson, MS 

ROD COOK 

Shreveport, LA 

COLLIN COPE 

Mobile, AL 

MARGARET CORBAN 

Gulfport, MS 

Far Right— 

MARY KAY HALL 



FRANCES CORLEY 

Jackson, MS 
GARY DAIGLE 

Springfield, MO 
BOB DONALD 

Pascagoula, MS 



EDMOND DONALD 

Jackson, MS 

KIM FOX 

Goodman, MS 

ZEATHER GLADNEY 

Kosciusko, MS 




SENIORS 




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JANET GOODLING 


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Meridian, MS 


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JANNA INGLE 


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Baton Rouge, LA 


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TOM KEARNS 


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Jackson, MS 


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PERRY KEY 


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Chattanooga, TN 


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PATRICIA LAMKIN 


T- '-■ 


McComb, MS 


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PATRICK LANCLOS 

Morton, MS 



EMILIE MCALLISTER 

Houston, TX 
RENEE MCAIN 
Winona. MS 
SUZANNE 
McELHATTAN 
Chattanooga, TN 



LORETTA McGOWAN 
Brandon, MS 
MELBA McNElL 
Jacl<son, MS 
TRACEY MILLER 
Biloxi. MS 

CHERYL MILNER 
Pearl, MS 

FREDDIE MORETON 
Ocean Springs, MS 

ROY MURRELL 

Blloxi, MS 

ROBERT MUTH 

Houston, TX 

JAMES F. NOBLE III 
Brookhaven, MS 
JOHNNY OLIVER 
Memphis, TN 
JULIA PARK 
Jackson, MS 

MIKE PARSONS 
Stewart, MS 
STEPHANIE PELLA 
Pascagoula, MS 
JOHN PERRY, JR. 
Winona, MS 
JOHN PIGGOTT 
McComb, MS 
CHERYL PITCHER 
Pascagoula, MS 



193 



SENIORS 



TOMMY POWELL 

Mobile. AL 

JEANETTE PRINCE 

Jackson, MS 

JIMMY PURVIS 

Enterprise, MS 

JOHN REESE 

Cleveland, MS 

JOEY REIN 

Brookhaven, MS 

KEVIN RUSSELL 

Memphis, TN 

TOM SCOTT 

Canton, MS 

STACY SHIFLETT 

Baton Rouge, LA 

BLAKE SMITH 

Summit, MS 

ANDREW SOLOMON 

Greenville, MS 




PACKING UP THE DREAMS GOC 




PLANTED IN THE FERTILE SOIL 

OF YOU, 



CAN'T BELIEVE THE HOPES 
HE'S GRANTED 




196 



MEANS A CHAPTER IN OUR 
LIVES IS THROUGH. 




197 



BUT WE'LL KEEP YOU AS 
CLOSE AS ALWAYS; 




IT WON'T EVEN SEEM YOU'VE 

GONE 




'CAUSE OUR HEARTS IN BIG 
AND SMALL WAYS 




WILL KEEP THE LOVE THAT 
KEEPS US STRONG. 




STUDENT INDEX 



Acuff, Cory Gene, 84, 184 

Adams, Jack Poston, 68 

Adams, Sonya Elisha 

Adler, Mickal P., 78, 175 

Aertker, Richard Paul, 5 

Afzal, Syed Omar, 84 

Akers, Bethany Elise, 80, 176 

Albrecht, Gary Richard, 82 

Aldridge, Shearer Robinson, 192 

Alexander, James Jeffrey, 54, 82 

Alexander, Ted Brent, 64, 75, 68, 184, 196 

Alexander, Virginia Everett 

Alican, Necip Fikri, 43, 54, 60, 88 

Allbritton, Albert Lee 

Allen, Deborah Ann 

Altschul, Aimee Lyn, 73, 80, 81, 176 

Anderson, David King, 192 

Anderson, Judith Ann 

Anderson, Kevin Leo, 68 

Anderson, Mary Rawls 

Anderson, Nicholas George, 82, 83, 122 

Anderson, Roy Everet, 3, 176 

Anderson, Steven Lawfrence, 11, 50, 176 

Andreasen, Paul S. 

Andrews, Charlene B. 

Andrews, William Allen, 92, 93 

Andy, Jill Elizabeth 

Arnold, Deborah Kay 

Arnold, Ruth Margaret, 86, 87, 176 

Asbury, David Eugene, 188 

Ashcraft, Cindy Lyn 

Ashley, Candi Dawn 

Ashworth, Stephanie Ann 

Ates, David Charles, 82, 176 

Austin, Charles William 

Austin, Joeseph Darrell, 58, 68, 184 

Austin, Kevin Gerard, 105, 108, 192 

Azar, Frederick Martin 

Azordegan, Sherry Ann 



B 



Babcock, William Gordy Robert Hagler 

Babcock, William Gordy 

Bacile, Michael Benton, 84, 176 

Bailey, Grady Sullivan, 68, 188 

Bailey, James Oscar, 67 

Bailey, Michael George 

Bailey, Olen McCadoo, 57, 61, 64, 65, 59, 

78, 188 
Bailey, Zena Ann, 81 
Baine, William Joeseph, 60, 65 
Baker, Joseph Maxey 
Bale, Susan Lynn, 57, 68, 184 
Ball, James William 21, 50, 51, 58 
Ballard, Mary Vassar, 2, 18, 19, 57, 61, 76, 

77 
Ballenger, Leslie Ross, 88, 176 
Barbour, Jeptha Fowlkes 
Barham, Robert Vance, 50, 51, 58, 184 
Barham, Suzanne Lea 
Barker, Sean Connery 
Barksdale, Charles Claiborne 
Barlow, Alys Aden, 11, 12, 92, 184 
Barlow, Anita Lee, 68, 188 
Barnes, Derek Christoher, 78, 176 
Barnes, Vickie Lynn 
Barnett, Mark Douglas 
Barnhardt, Ross Edward 
Barr, Robert Hulen 

Barrett, Laura Olivia, 5, 68, 76, 176, 196 
Bass, Leigh Anne, 76, 176 



Bateman, Reid Boteler, 11 

Baughn, Ronald Tracy, 92, 122, 123 

Baxter, Billy Blair, 184 

Baylor, Judith Foster 

Bean, Mary Blanche Ware 

Beardsley, Margery K. 

Becker, James Yerger 

Bellah, Lynn Coker 

Benefield, Robert James 

Benson, Elizabeth Jean, 189 

Benson, John Newton, 176 

Benton, James Walker, 10, 78, 79, 104, 

105, 106, 109 
Benton, Kelly Ruth, 192 
Benton, Mary Frances Jillman 
Bercaw, Elizabeth lone 
Bercaw, Susan Louise 
Bergner, Dieter William, 82, 118 
Berry, James Montgomery, 10, 21, 71, 78, 

104 
Berry, Jefferson Hord, 78, 192 
Bickerstaff, Janelle 
Biediger, Nancy Louise 
Biggs, George Marx 
Billups, William Alonzo, 50, 58, 73, 82 
Bingham, Teresa Kay, 47, 56, 57, 80, 88, 

192 
Bishop, John Champ, 82 
Bishop, Julia Dawson 
Bishop, Nancy Lynne 
Blackley, Joel Scott 
Blackmon, Robert A. 
Blacksher, Wesley Haas 
Blackwell, Aaron Kenneth 
Blackwell, Andrew Kevin 
Blakeney, James Anthony 
Bland, Jacqueline Bartley 
Blount, Alice B. R., 87, 184 
Boagni, Nancy Ann 76, 176 
Boatman, Mary Elizabeth 
Bobo. James Arnette 
Bodouin, Jetfery Lynn, 118 
Boggus, Bart LaVoye, 88 
Bohren, Frieda Burkes 
Bonner, David Moody, 78 
Bonner, Michael Raymond, 82 
Bonner, Patricia Lee, 56, 192 
Bonnette, Merrie Elizabeth, 86 
Bonsteel, Vanessa Louise, 86, 176 
Boone, Andrew Lee 
Boone, Helen B. 

Boone, Susan Lynne, 50, 80, 176 
Booth, Waverly Ward, 54, 65, 72, 80 
Bost, Gregory Floyd, 70, 78, 92, 94, 122, 

124, 185 
Boswell, James Walton, 64, 65, 73, 78 
Bowden, Sarah Elizabeth, 4, 50, 58, 68, 69, 

70, 185 
Bowen, Charlotte Lynn 
Bowen, Wendy Gail 

Bowman, Melinda Rae, 2, 86, 112, 113, 176 
Boyce, Emily Burgess 
Boyd, Deborah Ann 
Boyd, Mary Alison, 76, 120, 121 
Boyle, Catherine B. 
Bramlett, David Charles 
Brasher, Patricia Dianne, 2, 86 
Brawner, Leslie Robinson 
Breazeale, Michael John 
Breeden, Patricia Cleary 
Brenholtz, Channing C, 88 
Bridges, Anne-Clinton, 13 
Bridges, Willis, 92 
Briggs, Fredrick Burton 
Briggs, William Douglas, 118 
Broadway, Donna G. 
Brooks, Bob W. 

Brooks, Cheryl Lee, 71, 112, 114, 117, 176 
Brooks, Donald, 66, 71, 75, 104 
Brown, Alexis Leigh, 80, 176 
Brown, Alison J. 



Brown, Jacqueline Lola 
Brown, James Henry, 6, 42, 57, 67, 192 
Brown, Jeffrey Ned 
Brown, Kenneth D. 
Brown, Rosie Andrea, 189 
Brown, Thomas Mitchell, 88, 176 
Brown, Timothy Christopher 78, 79, 176 
Brown, Tommie Lisa, 76 
Brown, Wesley Barnes 
Brown, William F., 20, 88 
Brown, William Joel, 185 
Bruce, Kimberly Trainham, 70, 176 
Brune, John Kevin, 88, 101, 102, 103, 117, 
185 

Bruneau, Pierre A., 84, 176 

Brunson, Michael Howard 

Buckner, Stephen Eugene 

Bullard, Archibald Webb, 88, 102, 117, 199 

Bunch, Patrick Brendan, 88, 92, 176 

Bunnell, Amy Elizabeth, 87 

Buras, Elton Joseph, 65, 122, 123 

Burg, Ida Elizabeth, 76, 177 

Burgess, Charles Douglas, 92, 94, 97, 192 

Burke, Aletha A. 

Burkes, Jerry Pete 

Burkett, Johanna Lynn, 8, 80 

Burks, M. C. 

Burnham, R. Conner 

Burns Leigh Ann, 50, 51, 58, 69, 189 

Burris, Lida Grace, 43, 52, 57, 59, 61 

Burt, William Morris 

Burton, Penny Gail, 185 

Bush, Stephen Carroll, 6, 52, 72, 84 

Butler, David Sylvester, 44, 55, 61 

Butler, Miriam Leigh, 4, 22, 76, 195 

Buxton, Robert Michael, 38, 39, 42, 52, 53, 
54, 57, 60, 71, 88, 118, 119, 199 

Byers, Paul Emmelt 

Byrd, Harry Patrick, 82 



Callahan, Jennifer Ann, 177 

Callison, Kevin Christopher, 101, 102, 117 

Camero, Luis Francisco, 12, 16, 88 

Cameron, Lisa Diane, 2, 86, 87, 177 

Campbell, Alexander Boyd, 2, 78 

Campbell, Martha Harris, 76, 177 

Campbell, William Richard 

Canada, Loren Burce, 177 

Cappiello, Toni Jean, 4, 7, 68, 71, 177 

Capra, Mary Jo 

Carey, Floyd Tom, 50, 59, 122 

Carey, Regan Anne, 37, 68, 69, 86 

Carleton, Garnett Eugene, 67, 68, 70, 189 

Carlisle, York Anthony 

Carlley, Karen Kay 

Carollo Russell 

Carpenter, Kenneth Joseph, 84, 177 

Carr, James Tomlinson, 10, 78, 79, 104, 

107, 109 
Carr, William Jolley, 78, 185 
Carver, Ellen Shannon, 58 
Carver, Stanley Ray 
Case, John Stephen, 88 
Casey, Elizabeth Terry 
Castle, David Timothy, 78, 79, 177 
Castle, Mona Morgan 
Catchings, Oliver Wendell, 88, 177 
Caufman, Cynthia 
Chadwick, Rufus Herbert, 59, 73 
Chambers, Eugene Prichard 
Chaney, Mark Stephen, 12, 50 
Chapman, Cheryl T. 
Chapman, Lowry Lewis 
Chapman, Theodore L., 189 
Charles, Emily Warnack, 76, 177 



Cheek, Christopher Henderson, 11, 48, 57, 

61, 65, 78 
Cheek, William David, 51, 73, 82, 92, 85, 

189 
Cheney, Marilyn Amelia 
Cheney, Reynolds S., 78, 104, 185 
Cheney, William Garner, 45, 65, 78, 192 
Childress, Priscilla L., 55, 80 
Christian, John Scott, 13, 65, 84, 92 
Clark, Christine Appleby, 45, 54, 60, 61, 86. 

192 
Clay, Montyne King 
Clayton, Todd Andrew, 63, 67, 177 
Clem. Kathleen Evelyn 
Cline. Diana Lynn 
Cloud. Scott Douglas. 122 
Clover. Jane Arthur. 2, 76 
Cloy. James Anthony. 50, 51, 69, 185, 208 
Clyburn. Stephen Craig. 21. 82 
Coates. Deborah Renee. 51. 189 
Cochran. Theresa Thompson 
Cockrell. Jennifer Marie. 76. 120 
Cockrell. Karen S. 
Cody. Kalhy Jo 
Coffey. Curtis E. 
Coffey. David Arthur. 40 
Coker. Kathryn Steele 
Colbert. Julie Ann, 65, 76, 177 
Coleman, James Plemon, 177 
Coleman, Robert McLean, 177 
Collins, Dwiight Bernard, 66, 177 
Collins, Elizabeth Tansil, 9, 42, 57, 59, 64, 

70, 192 
Collins, Lucy Becker 
Collins, Riley Burnett 
Collum. Robert Michael 
Conner. Betty Betts 
Cook. David William 
Cook. John Wager. 192 
Cook. Lynwood Keith. 68, 69, 185 
Cook, Rhodrick Earl. 118, 119, 192 
Cook. Stephen Daniel 
Cooke. George Albert 
Cooper. George Jackson 
Cooper. Jane Carolyn 
Cooper. Larry Darnel 
Cooper. Patricia Lynn 
Cooper, Rhonda Cecilia. 65 
Cooper. Victor Vando. 92 
Cope, Collin Cresw/ell, 43, 53, 57, 61, 88. 

192 
Corban. Margaret Ellen. 192 
Corley, Carolyn Frances, 192 
Coastas, Mary L. 
Couch, John Arthur 
Coullet, Magnolia 
Coulter, Dorothy C. Sebren 
Countiss, John Richard 
Cox, James Oliver 
Cox. Julie Sellers 
Crafton. Eugene Middleton. 50 
Crampton, Charles Raymond, 177 
Cranston, Kimberly Anne 
Crenshaw, James Mason 
Crispino. Steven John, 177 
Croal, Edward Joseph, 78, 102, 117 
Croal. Michael Keith, 117, 185 
Crook Hubert 

Crotwell, Dana Twanette, 5, 76, 177 
Crout, Jeffrey Damon, 189 
Crowder. Jennifer Leigh, 177 
Crum, Gary D. 
Crystal. Shannon 
Culpepper. Anne J. 
Culpepper. Paul Madison 
Cumbest. Melissa Lynn. 21, 185 
Cummins, Melynda Beth, 7, 51, 54, 58, 67, 

86, 185 
Cupit, Roland Mitchell. 9 
Currie. Christopher Alden. 88 
Curry, Karen Janet. 2, 4. 86, 177 
Curtis, Robert James 



Debit, Jean S. 

Daigle, Gary Thomas, 192 

Daigle, Lynn Marie, 13, 54, 86, 113 

Daley, Linda Leatrice 

Daniel. Robert Andrew 

Daniels. Kenneth Glenn 

Dankel. Roger John 

Dardern, Lee Ann 

Darnell. Keith Eugene 

Davis. Anna Rose Barnett 

Davis. Clay Upham 

Davis. Jerry Arthur 

Davis. Leonia Lotz 

Davis. Martin Miller 

Davis. Robert Tobias. 84. 177 

Dawson. Timothy Allen 

Day. Katherine Shelton 

Dean. Beverly Jo 

Dean. David Atushi. 70. 84. 177 

Dean. Elizabeth Gerrer 

DeMent. John Paxton 

Denver. Jack Poston, 54. 88 

Deraps. Patricia Ann 

Derrow. Cathryn Lyn. 189 

Derrow Robert William, 177 

Dessommes, Maria Elaine, 71, 80, 81 

Devlin, William Robert, 122, 177 

Dew. Kenneth Ray 

Dewees. Patricia 

Dickson. Yarbrough 

Dinstel. Amy Ruth. 185 

DiRago. Cynthia Ann 

Dixon, Mary Lynn 

Dixon, William Newell, 189 

Dobson, John M. 

Dockins, Carmen Moore 

Dodd, Wardean, 66, 74, 185 

Dodson, C. A. 

Dodson, Natalie Leigh 

Doherty, Patrick Rowan, 51, 68, 84 

Dominici, William Todd 

Donald. Edmond O'Neal. 92. 93, 95. 96. 192 

Donald. Robert LaValle. 58. 88, 192 

Donley, Beatrice Deveaux 

Donovan, Francis Daniel. 7, 65, 70, 73, 185 

Dorsey, Adrian J. 

Doughty, Elizabeth Brooks, 72, 76, 200 

Doughty, Shannon Holland, 21, 80, 185 

Douglas, Anne Wilbourn, 86, 178 

Doyle, Dana Kathleen, 98 

Drawe, Scott James, 68, 70, 71 

Dudding, Janet Tycelia 

Duddleston, Grey Marshall 

Duffy, Megan Kathleen. 80. 178 

Dulaney. Mary Margaret. 76, 120 

Dunahoo, Billie Carol, 86 

Dungan, Vincent Craig 

Dunham, John Malloy, 82 

Dupler, Robert M., 82, 92, 189 

Durham, Caroline 

Dyer, DeLisa Kaye, 189 



Earnest, Virginia Blackwell 

Edmonson. Ava Louise McDaniel 

Edwards. Emery Louis. 21 

Edwards, James Bryan, 75, 185, 195 

Edwards, Rodney H. 

Egan, Courtney Anne, 11 

Eiland, Kenneth Wesley, 10, 66, 75, 90, 104, 

106, 107, 108, 116, 180 
Elliott, Nancy Hamilton, 5 
Ellis, Noel Armstrong 
Ellmo, Craig Thomas 
Elsenheimer, Ann Marie 
Emiing, Mary Jane 
Enger. Sabrina Irene. 189 
Elheridge. Greg Charles, 60 
Evans. David Wayne 
Evans. Harris Botnick 



Evasick. Carol Heard 

Ezell. Larry 0. 

Ezell. Suzanne Jennifer 



Fairley. Bridget Carol 

Falcone. Suzelle Weems 

Falls, Aubrey, 92 

Farnsworth, Sheila Ann, 80, 185 

Farrar, Debra Lanelle 

Fatherree, Bethany Alice, 51, 58 

Felder, Kelly Lynn 

Felt, Thomas C. 

Fickenwirth, Siegfried. Helmut, 88 

Fickling, Craig P., 82 

Fielder, Herbert Patterson 

Fischer, Deborah Ann, 46, 57, 65, 76 

Fisher, Luther Calvin 

Flack, Sharon Diane, 86, 178 

Flowers, Robert Clark, 178 

Flynn, Rhys Bradford 

Fold, Douglas Sevier 

Fondren, Michael Louis, 82, 92, 97, 178 

Fondren, Suzanne 

Fontenot, Ricky Jude 

Foose, Rovert Michael, 189 

Forrestoer, Michelle Marie. 67. 68. 69. 185 

Forsythe. David Anthony 

Forsythe, Elizabeth Ann 

Fortenberry, Deborah D. 

Foster, Lana Cruse 

Foster, Murray Paschall, 78 

Fountain, Christopher 

Fox, Grant Moncrief, 92, 116 

Fox, James Nicholas 

Fox, Kimberly Gay, 59, 192 

France, Helen Elisabeth, 21, 76 

France. Jennifer Ann 

Franck. Angela Marie 

Franklin, Frankie Lindell. 92. 94 

Freeman. Ellen Ann 

Freeman. Tammy Elizabeth. 51 

French. Laurie Bentley 

French. Ned Mims, 54. 58 

Friedman, Paul A. 

Frost, Franklin Eugene 

Fulgham, G. Fritz 

Fuson, Steven Joe, 71, 92 



Gackley, Trecia Lynn, 12 

Gandy, Clayton Andrew 

Gandy, Marcus Burks 

Garces, Jairo 

Gardner, Clytice Robertson 

Gardner, Lavinia Dennis 

Garrard, John Walter 

Garrett, Louis Tolbert, 54, 78, 178 

Gates, Pamela Lynn, 10 

Giadrosich, Karia Ann 

Gieger, Michael Edward, 78 

Gilbert, Julie Lynn, 51, 86, 87 

Gilder, Karen Ann, 189 

Gillaspy, Helen Dorothy, 47, 52, 56, 58, 76 

Gillespie, Charlotte Elizabeth, 76, 178, 198 

Gillespie, Laura Gail, 80 

Gilliland, Christine Dabney 

Gillis, Shawn Bruce, 92, 93. 95 

Gilmore. Tamara Ruth. 178 

Giordano, Mickey James, 82, 92, 185 

Gladney. Zeather Nelson, 34. 46. 66. 75, 

116, 192 
Gleim, Jens 

Glemot, Pierre Marie, 73, 84 
Glenn, John Joseph, 84 



203 



Gober, Julie Ann, 76, 178 

Godfrey, Sondra Rene, 120 

Goff, Margaret Clare, 178 

Golder, Kathleen F. 

Gomez, Lynn Paul, 92, 97 

Good, Dorothy M. 

Good, Jeff Earnest 

Good, Stuart 

Goodling, Janet Kelly, 192 

Goodloe, Melba Denise, 10, 185 

Goodman, Lara Lorraine 

Goodman, Perry Jay 

Gordan, Edyth Lauren, 48, 61 

Gorman, Mary Elizabeth 

Graff, Jodi 

Graham, Phillip David 

Graves, Susan Lee, 3, 45, 61, 86 

Gray, Cynthia Ann 

Gray, Lee Russell 

Graylin. Howard Bennett, 5, 84, 92, 178 

Green, Rhonda Renee, 178 

Green, Stuart Byron, , 18, 57, 58, 61, 68, 

69, 81, 116, 189 
Greer, Deborah Lynne, 73, 76, 178 
Gregg, Barron Duffy 
Gregory, Angelique Noele, 185 
Gregory, Emily Carol, 10, 86, 128, 189 
Gregory, Patrick Kevin, 84 
Gregory, Sarah Elizabeth 
Grey, Babs Annette 
Griffin, Lynn Cherie, 178 
Griffin, Scott Tracy, 63, 67, 69, 71, 104, 

105, 187, 196, 208 
Griffith, David Byron, 84, 189 
Grosvenor, Bryan Clark, 185 
Grove, Richard Edward, 59, 84 
Guillory, Virginia Burch 
Gulledge, Jerry Babb, 189 
Gunn, Carol Denize, 66, 186 
Gunning, John Michael 
Gurley, John William, 104, 105 
Guy, Barbara Lewis 
Gwaltney, Terry R. 
Gwin, Elizabeth Prestidge, 48, 52, 47, 58 



H 



Hale, Kelly Elaine, 68, 76, 201 

Hall, Julie Dean, 8, 186, 193 

Hall, Mary Kathleen, 57, 60, 70, 76 

Ham, Greta Louise, 186 

Hammack. Emily Rebecca, 178 

Hamrick, Mark Daniel, 78 

Hanverry, Cindy Gay, 80 

Hankins, Laura Ann, 80, 178, 195 

Hapgood, Lisa Celeste, 47, 54, 57, 70, 76 

Harb, Gregory Alan, 178 

Harb, Richard Hilmey, 48, 57, 61, 65, 70, 84, 

85 
Harden, Gilroy Hunter, 68, 84 
Hardin, Paul D. 
Hardy, Alfred Wesely 
Harms, Dianne Ruth 

Harness, Charlotte Annette, 22, 66, 178 
Harper, David Brant 
Harper, Douglas Leon, 82, 186 
Harrell, Beverly Parker, 12, 76, 189 
Harrigill, Keith Martin 
Harris, Janie Lyn, 80, 178 
Harrison, Kathryn June 
Harrison, Stephen William, 178 
Harvey, William F. 
Harwood, James Edward, 88 
Hawkins, Anthony Wayne 
Hawkins, Ken S., 84 
Hawthorne, Sarah Ann, 76 
Hawthorne, William Dean 
Haydel, Joseph Richard 
Hays, Charlotte Anne, 76 
Hays, Robert Southey, 4, 7, 196 
Hazel, Robert Mark, 7, 116 



Hearn Barbara June, 54, 56, 86, 186 

Hebblethwaite, Mary Cashion 

Hegwood, Dean C. 178 

Heidke, Ann Maree, 76, 178 

Helms, Charles Randall 

Henderson, Konna Brown 

Henderson, Paula Ann, 7, 8, 186, 197 

Hendley, Angela Renee 

Hendricks, Ruby Ferguson 

Henley, Kathleen Freeman 

Hensarling, Heather Kaye 

Hensley, Michael Chad, 178 

Henson, Elizabeth Clare, 68, 69, 80, 186 

Hernandez, Patricia Agnes 

Hess, Barbara, 76 

Hetherington, Frances J. 

Hetrick, Lucy Elizabeth, 10, 72, 195 

Higginbotham, Scott McVea, 78, 186 

Hill, Louise P., 186 

Hines, J. Herman 

Hines, Martha H. 

Hines, R. Toll 

Hinton, Nelda T. 

Hitchcock, Kelly Christopher, 51, 71, 186 

Hobson, Nancy Caroline 

Hodges, Harold Wayne 

Hoff, George Charles, 84, 179 

Hogan, Laura Daniel 

Hogue, Mary Arnold 

Holbert, Larrin Ann, 179 

Holcombe, James Michael 

Holland, Teresa Gail, 86, 179 

Holliday, Stephen James, 78, 179 

Holloway, Homer Hemphill, 189 

Holman, Bernard Andrew, 88, 98, 100, 102, 

117 
Holmes, Stephanie Joyce, 67, 70, 179 
Hopkins, Gerald James, 51 
Horn, Phillip Anslee 
Hosterman, John Arch, 57, 84 
Hosteller, Sandra J. 
Howard, Michael Middleton, 78, 116 
Hubbard, James Samuel, 78 
Hubbard, John Reed, 78, 186 
Hudnall, Douglas Charles 92, 189 
Hudson, Porter Carraway 
Hudson, Terry Renee, 9 
Huff, Gayrytha Foster 
Hughes, Daniel Robert, 10, 104, 122 
Hughes, Fonda Elizabeth, 54, 86 
Hultz, Teresa Elizabeth, Elizabeth, 86 
Hunt, Eric Antony, 189 
Hunt, Inga Cox, 189 
Hurley, Gregory John 
Hurst, Dana Lynn 
Hutcherson, Penelope C. 
Hutchins, Peter S. 
Hutchinson, Joni Lynn, 179 
Hutchison, Edward Ross, 75 
Hutchison, Mark Stevenson 
Hux, Kyle Ray, 92 
Huynh, Chau Thuc 



Ingle, Janna Lee, 193 
Ingram, Steven Lee 
Irby, James William, 88, 190 
Irby, Patricia Ann, 179 
Irwin, James Charles 



Jack, Jennifer Colleen, 81, 190 
Jackson, Dorothy Jones 
Jackson, Louise Ray, 12, 65, 76 
Jackson Rosa Lena, 10, 34, 42, 66 



Jackson, Virginia Brown 

James, Alan W. 

James, Mary Melissa, 13, 80 

Jaques, Michael Thomas, 88 

Jefferis, Elaina Marie 

Jennings Jennifer Claire 

Jeter, Elizabeth, 186 

Joachim, Todd Corso, 4, 17, 116, 186 

Joe, Anita Sue, 70, 179 

Johnson, Charles Revice, 92, 94, 95, 96 

Johnson, Cora Leigh 

Johnson, Ingrid Anita, 9 

Johnson, Janet Lynn, 186 

Johnson, Neely Richard, 88 

Johnson, Susan King 

Johnson, Walter Felix, 51, 57 

Johston, Paul, 116, 196, 199 

Jones, Jeffrey Hooker 

Jones, Julia Carroll, 18, 19, 80, 92, 128 

Jones, Kimberly Yvette, 10, 66, 186 

Jones, Patience Denice, 179 

Jones, Robert Preston, 82, 190 

Jones, Sidney Ross, 82 

Jordan, Deobrah Marianne, 3, 46, 57 

Jordan, Jannette G., 190 

Joseph, Melissa Ann 

Joyner, John Marvin, 51, 84 

Judy, Mary Margaret 

Jung, Anne Coffin, 9, 68, 71, 76, 179 



K 



Kaiser, Ralph Albin, 65, 73, 84, 85 

Kalter, Donna Karen, 179 

Karam, Maria Lucille, 40, 54, 71, 76 

Karps, llze Sigthrudur 

Katook, Jennifer Louise 

Kavanaugh, Sara Kathryn, 90 

Kaye, Matthew Houston, 190 

Kea, E. Scott 

Kearns, Thomas D., 12, 51, 57, 65, 73, 84, 

193 
Keeling, Vona Kay, 179 
Keene, Elizabeth Ann, 179 
Kelly, Chris Lynn, 88, 101, 179 
Kelly, Geraldine T. 
Kelty, Suzanne Marie, 113, 114, 115 
Kemp, Douglas Dow 
Kendrick, Cynthia Lynn 
Kent, Kathryn Amy 

Key, Perry Connor, 51, 57, 61, 65, 78, 193 
Keyes, Cynthia Xan, 179 
Khan, Iftikhar Hamid 
Kidd, Robert William 
Kilko, Carole W. 
Killeen, John Thomas 
Kilroy, James Thomas, 7, 84, 179 
Kiog, Frank Heathman, 10 
King, Kevin Nicholas, 118, 190 
King, Kimberly Ann 
Kinsley, Stephen Cary 
Kirby, James Tracy 
Kiser, Mary Margaret, 120, 186 
Kitchings, Marian Elizabeth 
Klumpp, Phillip Anthony, 84, 179 
Knox, Jacquelyne Darlene, 74 
Kraft, Kurt Kestin 
Krebs, Gregory 
Krieger, Kevin, 13 
Krolls, Siguards Michael, 78 
Kuebel, Karen Alice, 50, 51, 54, 58, 71, 78 
Kynerd, Timothy Oren 



Labasse, Albert Anne, 88, 100, 103, 117 
Laird, Jennifer Case, 76, 179 



204 



Lamar, William Chadwick, 2, 122 

Lamkin, Patricia Ann, 51, 67, 193 

Lamport, David Howard 

Lanclos, Patrick Edward, 193 

Lane, Leighi Ciiarmaine, 69, 86 

Laney, Pennie Alisa, 179 

Lang, William Lee, 11, 54, 65, 88, 92 

Langhi, John Andrew 71 

Langworthy, Stephen Edward, 116 

Lankford, Alexander Fillmore, 88 

Latimer, Sharon Melissa, 60, 86, 113, 114 

Law. A. R. 

Lazzari, Terry Regina, 179 

Leake, Jane Katherine 

LeBlanc, Gary Lee 

Lee, Ben F. 82 

Lee, Melanie Kaye, 57 

Lee, Sallie Anne, 2, 86, 87, 179 

Leger, Mark Andrew 

Leggett, David Coleman 

Leggett, John Clifford, 88 

Leo, Bethany Lynn 

Levya, Mary Katherine, 69, 179 

Lewald, Aleece B., 186 

Lewis, Catherine Mary 

Lewis, Thomas Richmond 

Leyens, Laurence Ethan, 190 

Libby, Robert Andrew, 51, 59, 67 

Lightsey, Joy H. 

Lignos, Michael James, 3. 88, 180 

Lindsey, Lisa Carol 

Lipe, Margaret Holmes, 72, 80, 180 

Lipscomb, Tracy Lynn, 11, 76, 180 

Little, Aimee Dickerson 

Lobred, Anthony Ray, 84, 92, 116, 186 

Lockhart, Ellen Kelly, 54, 69, 180 

Lockwook, Anna Butler 

Loflin. Sherri Lynn 

Lominick, Wesley Randolph, 180 

Loper, David Michael, 57, 61, 74, 75, 70, 71, 

84, 85, 190 
Lorio, D'Ette Evelyn, 50, 51, 54, 200 
Lott, Martha Glynn 
Loughman, Mark Patrick, 71, 76 
Love, Jacqueline Annette, 190 
Lovett, Teresa Lynne, 68, 186 
Lowe, Charles Guy 
Lucas, Paul Madison 
Lutt, James Christopher, 71 
Lundy, Matthew E. 18. 19, 44 
Lusk, Alice Adams 
Luther, Donna Jean. 51, 68, 186 
Luttrell, William Paul, 78, 92 
Lynch, Carol Lynn. 180 
Lyons, Henry Clay, 44. 82. 123. 197 
Lyons, Marion Hall, 17, 88. 98, 101. 103, 

117 



M 



Machado. Pamela Celeste, 194 

Magee, Katherine L. 9, 92, 190 

Mahoney, Mark Randolph 

Majure, Marcus P. 

Mallard, Lisa Paige 

Mangialardi, Robert Joseph. 50, 54, 58, 88, 

186 
Manley, John Douglas, 78 
Manning, Alexander Walker, 78, 92, 186 
Manning Karen Hannah 
Manning, Robert Glynn. 82, 180 
Mansel, Kimberly K. 
Manyfield. Lisa Maxine, 68, 190 
Marionneaux. Michele, 128 
Marlow, Linda Lindsley 
Martella. Jeffrey Michael 
Martin. Christine Choice, 76. 180 
Martin. Frank Dwayne, 122, 123, 125 
Martin, Hiawatha Adolphus, 50, 58 
Martin, Jill Ann 
Martin, Kevin Paul, 122, 123, 195, 199 



Martin, Larry David, 122, 125, 180 

Martin, Lowell Clarke. 11 

Martin, Paul Augustine 

Martin, Stephen Kelly, 57, 61. 88 

Martin, Sylvia Gail, 66, 70, 186 

Mason, LaRon, 82. 180 

Masterson, Julia Mary, 20, 71 

Matkin, Christine Elizabeth, 120, 121 

Mates, Eleni Stavroula, 68, 69 

Mates, Maria Angela 

Matthews, Scot Thompson 

Mauterer, Jennifer Elaine 

May, Kellianne 16, 80, 81, 186 

May, William Jackson 180 

McAliley, Patricia Elaine 

McAllister, Edwain John 88 

McAllister, Emilie Netherton 38, 39, 43, 55, 

57, 59, 61, 193 
McAipin, Trade Louise 76, 180 
McCain, Lottie Renee 52, 86, 193 
McCaleb, James LeMont 82, 180 
McCall. Joseph Lamar 
McCauley, Catherine Anne 120 
McClinton, Raymond 
McClung, M. Suzanne 190 
McCreery, Mark Joseph 
McCullouch, James Malcolm 
McDonald, Gary 
McDonald, Lisa Carol 76. 180 
McDonald. Lisa Carol 76, 180 
McDonald, Lisa Diane 68, 76. 180 
McDonald. Martha Knight 
McDowell, Jo Alice 
McElhatten, Suzanne Marie 193 
McElvaine, Anne Therese 
McFarland, Wright Ebaugh 68 
McGee, Lisa Faye 61, 70, 80 
McGehee. Dianne H. 60 
McGinnis, Paul Scott 
McGovern. Susan Ann 51, 86, 187 
McGowan, Loretta Kay 193 
McGregor, Deborah Jean 
McHargue. Wayne V. 
Mclntyre, Madora Ann 59 
McKay, Lois Anne 187 
McKee, Mary Beth 
McKell, William Stewart 
McKeown, RoberLPaul 13, 71, 78 
McKinley, William Whitfield, Jr. 8, 65 
McKinney, Kathleen 
McKinnon, Michelle Lynn 
McKnight, Susan Michelle 76 
McKnight, William Roberts 10, 84 
McLaughlin, Charles Daniel II 71 
McLaurin, Kelvin 92, 93, 97, 187 
McLaurin, Mike Ward 54, 88, 187 
McLean, Dewey Quincey 
McLeod. William Ewing 78, 180 
McNeer, Daniel Lee 84, 180 
MeNeil. Melba Yolanda 193 
McNeill. Paul Frederick 116 
McNider. Gregory Oris 84, 187 
McPherson. Tara Lynn 197 
McRaney. Martha Walter 80 
Mecchi, Elizabeth Anne 
Megahee, Charles Russell 88 
Mehrota, Deepak 84, 180 
Meisel, Karen Lynn 

Meriwether, Susan Leonora 12, 20. 76, 187 
Meriwether. Thomas White IV 22. 71, 78, 79 
Messer. Nancy Melinda 51, 68, 80, 112, 

113, 115 
Metz, Thomas Richard 11. 92 
Meyers. Gilbert Bertram HI 21 
Mickens, Joann Eppes 
Middour, Nadine Renee 51, 187 
Miller, Dana Jo, 4, 12, 76, 180 
Miller, Joy Denise 
Miller, Tami Lynn 190 
Miller, Thomas Patrick 180 
Miller, Tracey Ruth 52. 54, 57, 193 
Mills, Mary Carraway 
Mills, Russell Wade 
Milner, Brian Wayne, 180 
Milner, Cheryl Ann 193 



Mims, Nancy C. 187 

Mitchell, Macky Ray, Jr. 92, 122, 124, 190 

Mitchell, Mark Anthony 51, 57, 61 

Mitchell. Mollie Ann 

Mitchell, Mona Denise 

Mitchell, Paul Allen 180 

Mitchell, Sandra Lee 

Mixon, Sandra Elaine 7, 87 

Mizelle, Cindy Kirkwood 

Moak, Henry Andy, Jr. 

Mongaya, Romeo Mark 70, 84. 180 

Montgomery, Stacey Annette 

Moore, Cherri Joyce 

Moore, Daniel Shawn 51, 84, 187 

Moore, David Howard 52, 58 

Moore, Eugene W. 

Moore, John Leonard 181 

Moore, Vicki Lynn 

Moreton, Alfred Elliot V 181 

Moreton, Frederick Perkins II 82, 193 

Morgan Cheryl Annette 44, 58, 59, 86 

Morlan, Michael Robert 78 

Morris, Demethous Fonta 74 

Morris, Morgan Wesley 82 

Morris, Willian Vandy III 

Mosetich, John Michael 82, 181 

Mosley, Donald C. 88 

Mosley, Jessylen Rose, 66, 181 

Moubarak. Nagi John 56 

Mounger. Henry Hartfield. Jr. 

Mowen Charles Nicholas 51, 84 

Mullen. Teresia Maria 

Muller, Jay Bee 181 

Murphy, James Gregory 84 

Murray, John Bailey 88 

Murrell, Roy Eldon, Jr. 82, 92, 86, 193 

Murrell, Susan P. 

Musgrove, Martha 

Muth, Robert Curtis 45, 55, 57, 73, 88. 117, 

193 
Myers, Carolyn 
Myers, Donald Cagle 
Myers, Keith Wayne 181 



N 



Nance, Jon Garraway 88 

Napier, Stephen H. 

Nash, Christopher Eric 181 

Neel, Lydia Vonee 52 

Neely, William Thomas 111 

Neill, Ellis Cooper 

Newman. Michael John 100. 117 

Newman. Thomas Harold 116 

Ngo Manh, Alain Rene 

Nicholas, Margot Lorraine 

Nichols, Elizabeth Grace 

Noble. James Franklin III 16. 46. 64, 88, 193 



O'Flynn, Henrietta 

O'Neill, Sean Walsh 7, 11, 76, 181 

O'Ouinn, Sandra Michelle 80, 187 

O'Reilly, Margaret Ann Jones 

Ogden, Julia Park 

Oliver, Johnny W. 10, 11, 106, 108, 193 

Osborne, H. Wade Watson 181 

Ourso. Allison 190 

Overby, James Allen II 

Owen, Lauren Ashley 9, 52, 58, 72. 80 



Pace, Lisa Carol 113, 114 



205 



Pace, Lou Ann 1 13, 1 14, 190 

Pace, Steven Andrew 

Page, David Graham 181 

Page, James Jeffrey 82, 122, 123, 124, 125 

Page, Melanie Dawn 21, 58, 80, 195 

Paige, James Frederick 

Palmer, Richard A. 

Pape, Linda Christine 

Paquin, Josette Marie 4, 181 

Parisi, Paul Kenneth 

Park, Julia Christiana 193 

Parker, Alicia Kaye 

Parker, Anne Paige 12, 181 

Parker, Catherine L., 

Parker, Melissa Susan 68, 69, 187 

Parker, Natalie Christine 181 

Parker, Robert Terry 52, 88 

Parker, Teresa Jobe 

Parks, Helen Jane 

Parks, Nina Dee 54 

Parnell, Vernelle E. C. 

Parsons, Michael Scott 193 

Pate, Anne Catherine 76, 187, 200 

Pate, Susan Carol 76, 187, 200 

Patrick, Kirk Albert III 64, 118, 119 

Patrick, Stanley E. 

Patt, Rick D. 82 

Patterson, David Marshall 82 

Patterson, Mary Margaret 9, 21, 71, 112, 

113, 115, 181 
Patterson, Timothy Michael 20 
Patton, Joel David 
Payne, Eileen Downs 56 
Payne, John G. 78, 181 
Peacock, Loree Gae 76, 181 
Peale, Lalon Crawford 116, 181 
Pearman Arthur Chesley III 
Pearson, Andromeda Tereau 7, 11, 12, 51, 

86, 92 
Peden, Jeffery Harold 

Peenstra, Sean Abram 78, 98, 101, 103, 117 
Pella, Stephanie 76, 120, 193 
Pemberton, Neely Jo 73, 195 
Pepper, David McConnell 
Pepper, Sandra Gay 
Percy, Leroy P. 
Perry, John Killebrew, Jr. 183 
Petrus, Leslie Renee 76, 181 
Pettit, Emma Traci 181 
Phillabau, Diane Melissa 10, 80 
Philley, Melissa Louise 2, 13, 181 
Phillips, Billy J. 
Phillips, Chatham Hurst 
Phillips, Marian Elizabeth 54, 69 
Piazza, Kathryn Ellis 
Piazza, Kathryn Webster 
Pigott, John William 16, 17, 49, 64, 193 
Pigott, Margaret Scheppke 
Pitcher, Cheryl Malin 67, 193, 200 
Pitcher, Elisha Ruth 80, 187 
Pittman, Luellen Martha 
Plummer, Gary D. 
Poison, Leona Agnes 
Poison, Leonard W. 
Poole, Jeanne Riva 
Poole, Susan Michelle 3, 76 
Pooley, Samuel McLean 88, 118, 181 
Pope, Clarence Cullam III 2, 11, 84, 92, 128 
Pope, Jody Ann 
Porch, Ruth King 

Potter, Thomas Lee 68, 69, 82, 190 
Potts, Kathryn 
Powell, Thomas Edward 51, 57, 68, 92, 93, 

95, 194 
Pratt, Thad Christopher 84, 85, 181 
Pratt, Wayne Vincent 181 
Prince, Jeanette Bellmont 194 
Pritchard, Alice Montgomery 5, 181 
Pritchett, Andrea Desdamona 9, 13, 54, 86, 

182 
Propst, Carleton Reid 
Pruitt, Laurie Lynn 54, 58, 80, 187 
Pruitt, Lyn 

Purcell, William Thomas III 54, 57, 78, 92 
Purdy, Susan S. 



Purvis, James Kenneth, Jr. 92, 194 
Pyron, LeAnne 9, 73, 86, 87, 182 



Quon, Teresa 10, 67, 68, 70 



Raines, Bobby J. 

Raines, Michael S. 

Rains, Carolyn C. 

Ramirez, Richard Barry 54, 72 

Ramsey, Elizabeth Lee 187 

Ranager, Cecil McKinley 92, 97 

Ranager, Thomas Clay 78, 92, 94 

Randle, Regina Renea 

Ransome, Justin Paul 6, 92 

Ray, John Thomas III 

Ray, Mark Andrew 

Reedy, Sabrina Leigh 

Reese, John Derek 194 

Regan, Kay Kimberly 2, 56, 73, 87, 128, 190 

Regina, Diane Marie 51, 63, 67, 187 

Rein, Frederick Joseph, Jr. 53, 54, 57, 60, 

88, 194 
Remley, David Brian 
Renfrew, Gilbert Wayne 56, 59 
Reno, Tammy Lynn 7, 68, 69, 88 
Rice, Nancy Lee 18, 19, 57, 58, 71, 73, 76, 

77 
Richards, Caria Lavinia 182 
Richards, David Ames 182 
Richardson, Daphne Dana 
Ricketts, Mark Alan 78. 79, 190 
Ridgway, Douglas Wallace 
Ridgway, James Lewis 
Riley, Lee Ann 5, 17, 182 
Rishel, Tom H. 37, 67, 68, 69, 190 
Risley, Lynn Plimpton 
Ritter, Shelley Carole 76, 182 
Rives, Carol Elizabeth 
Rives, Sandra Paige 
Roberts, Angela Thornton 182 
Roberts, Barry Dwayne 
Roberts, John Richard 65, 82, 122, 197 
Robertson, Paul Garth 182 
Robertson, Richard Joseph 
Robinson, Barbara Lynn 
Robinson, Joseph Murray 88 
Robinson, Margaret B. 
Robuck, Madolyn 4, 190 
Roche, David Wayne 
Rodan, Lance Walton 
Roell, Janet Karen 
Rogers, David Clark 
Rogers, Tracey Zettie 
Rogers, Willia Howard, Jr. 
Roland, J. Sessions III 
Roper, Jane Stewart 
Rose, Jean Marie 8, 86, 117, 187 
Rosella, Patrick O'Donnell 
Rosner, Arleen Ann M. 
Rowe, Zelphia Vonta 74, 66, 191 
Rudolph, Judy Ann 71, 80, 182 
Ruemke, Jill Kathleen 
Ruff, Rowena York 
Russell, Angela Grace 187 
Russell, David B. 
Russell, Jean 
Russell, Kevin Alexander 17, 57, 60, 61, 71, 

78, 79, 104, 106, 108, 109 
Ryan, Carol L. 



Sampson, Charles Edward, Jr. 

Samson, Roland Francis III 

Sanders, Edward Lloyd 

Sanders, Laura LeAnn 80, 182 

Sanders, Rosemary 59 

Sanders, Susan Mabel 182 

Sanders, Suzanne 68, 80, 182, 195 

Sanford, Clayton Hugh 

Saucier, Michael Howard 82, 187 

Savarese, Annette Louise 52 

Saxon, Mark T. 60, 191 

Saye, John Bibb 55, 191 

Sayle, Robert Towns, Jr. 84, 182 

Scales, Michael David 104, 105, 182 

Scallan, Carole Catherine 68, 72 

Scarbrough, Richard A. 

Schneider, Robert R. 82, 122, 182 

Schroeder, Diana Margaret 182 

Schultz, John Thomas 

Schweitzer, Roger Eugene 

Scott, David Len 92, 187 

Scott, Tom Mitchell 194 

Seabrook, Chalmers Patton III 78, 199 

Seabrook, Judy Lambert 

Seal, Susan Denise 110, 187 

Seals, Calvin 66, 191 

Seay, Delecia Susanne 4, 86, 187 

Seid, David K. 67, 71 

Selby, Marian Louise 86, 194, 197 

Serio, Carolyn Camilla 

Sessions, Andrew Woods 88 

Setzer. David Munro II 182 

Sexton, Stephen Paul 88 

Shanks, Jackye A. 188 

Sharp, Benny Carl 

Shaw, Wendy 

Shaw, Helen Marie 

Sheinfield, Scott Patrick 188 

Shepard, Mark Anthony 66 

Shepherd, Charles Davis 71, 78, 182 

Sheren, Richard V. 

Shiflett, Stacy Diane 88, 194 

Shima, Tom Ridgway 88 

Shoop, Steven B. 

Sibley, Paige McGuire 18, 19 

Simmons, T. Clark 

Simo, Gloria Maria 

Simpson, Alexander Jasper III (Trace) 188, 

195 
Sims, James Marvin 
Small, Wayne Alden 
Smith, Birdie R. 
Smith. Buren Steve, Jr. 
Smith, David Thomas 67, 68, 116, 196 
Smith, John David 84, 191 
Smith, Katherine D. 
Smith, Kevin Scott 182 
Smith, Mark Douglas 
Smith, Michael J. 
Smith, Perry Lane 

Smith. Ronald Blake 51, 58, 60, 194 
Smith, Sidney Lamar III 65, 72 
Smith, Steven Warren 
Smith, Tanya Lolita 182 
Smith, Timothy G. 
Smith, Vicki A. 

Soileau, James Robert 54, 72, 84, 182 
Sojourner, William Price 
Solomon, Andrew Paul 98, 103, 188 
Solomon, Margaret Elizabeth 72, 80, 188 
Sonnier, Stephanie Leigh 10, 65, 80, 182 
Spence, Kathryn Marie 182 
Spencer, Gilbert Orion II 82 
Spight, William David 65, 66, 71, 92, 116 
St. Arnold, Peter Alan 188 
St. Martin, Hugh Burley 
Stack, Shari Suzanne 76 
Stacy, Sonja Elizabeth 
Stafford, Wilson Paul 84, 182 
Stainback, Fufus Putnam 82 
Staines, Betty H. 

Stanford, Nance Sandra 5, 57, 59, 73, 80 
Staples, William Edward 
Stark, Helen Deanna 
Starrett, Karen Lynn 80 



Stavely, Staria Renee 68, 69 

Stenmark, Janice S. 

Stemke, Kathy M. 183 

Stephens, Palton Lee 63, 67, 68, 188 

Stevens, Carney Anne 

Stevens, Joseph Joshua 

Stevens, June Carney 

Stewart. David Wallace 78 

Stewart, Robert Nelson 183 

Stewart. Susan L. 54, 191 

Stiff, Kimberly Elaine 74 

Stillwell, James H. 

Stone, David T. 

Stone. Kevin David 

Story, John Scott 23 

Stovall, William R. 

Stracener, Wayne Eric 72, 88 

Straham, Ernest Knox III 

Streets, Jane Ann Kramer 

Strickland, Betty Brown 

Strickland, Kathryn Claire 

Stringer. Nancy A. 188, 120 

Stuart, Steven Robert 

Stuckey, Alice Maureen 183 

Sullivan, Donald F. 

Sullivan, Doris D. 56, 59 

Sullivan, Lady Margaret 76, 191 

Sullivan, Lori D. 80, 183 

Sutterfield, James Ray. Jr. 78. 188 

Swan. James Alan 

Swartzfager. Janet Leight 60 



Tacquet. Georges Eric 54. 88 

Taggart, Dean Everette 82 

Takats, Nancy Jane 120, 183 

Tarkington, Michael Erwin 

Tavenner, Caria Ann 71. 76. 183 

Taylor, Eleanor Frances 

Taylor, Larry Louis, Jr. 2, 92 

Taylor, Leslie Ann 68, 71, 183 

Taylor, Melissa Lane 20, 80, 183 

Taylor, Robert Marion 

Taylor, William James 118 

Teague, Johnny Dee 66, 75 

Tennant, Grace Elizabeth 63, 67 

Terrell. Milton DeKalb, Jr. 82 

Terry, Julia Haynes 

Terry, Kathleen Antoinette 9, 63, 67, 70, 71 

Tewes, Susan E. 

Thames, Dorothy M. 80, 183 

Thames, Tammy Angella 

Thanapet. Pimpet 70, 191 

Thibodeaux, John Tice, Jr. 

Thigpen, Michael Vincent 

Thomas, Jeffery Darrel 116, 191 

Thomas, Leslie Ann 183 

Thompson. Bonnie G. 

Thornton. Lee Kinsey 18, 19 

Thrasher, Barton Borg 57, 78, 104, 197 

Thueson, Karen R. 

Tibbs. Ashley Edward 188 

Tibbs, Robert Clinton 111 55 

Timko, Carolyn Ann 86 

Tirey, Virginia Olive 

Tjeng, Anna Suiling 50, 70, 68, 200 

Todd, Cecelia Stuart 2, 52, 72, 76 

Todd, Sally 

Tolar, Robin Lynette 76. 183 

Tomlinson, Andrew W. 

Tommasini, Alton Joseph 183 

Toney, Sharon Lynn 56, 80, 191 

Trieber, Catherine Elaine 5, 188 

Trigg, Rose Lorene 49, 57 

Trisdale, Charlotte A. 

Trusty, William Bruce 

Tubertini, Debra Foster 191 

Tucker, Judson Thornton 73, 82, 183 

Tucker, Lemuel Simpson 

Turner, Gregory Alexander 183 



Turner, Haskell Ross 111 
Turner, John Wesley, Jr. 
Tutor, Benjamin Randolph 191 
Tyler, Cameron Herman 78 
Tyler, Patricia Ann 
Tyson, Natasha Leigh 



Valenzuela, Alvaro Rodrigo 188 

Van Cleve, Susan Elizabeth 54, 65, 188 

Van Denburgh, William Meriwether 

Van Deventer, Paul M. 58. 82. 92 

Vaughan, William Ashley 

Vaughn. William C. Jr. 

Vazquez. Rene Alfonso 

Vega. Michelle 120. 121, 183 

Vegas, Virginia Lynn 

Venator, Jeffrey Werth 84, 191 

Verde, Nicholas Paul 8, 183 

Veres, Maria Ann 

Vidrine, Mary L. 72, 80, 188 

Viguerie, Pierre Michel 

Vinson, David Wilson 

Vinson, Evelyn (Lynn) B. 

Vinson, Robert M. 



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Waits. William Francis 10, 11, 104, 105, 

106, 107, 109, 191 
Walcott, Elizabeth Ann 71, 183 
Walker, John Dougald II, 116 
Walker, John Stuart 88, 183 
Walker, Kenneth 
Walker, LaJocelyn Yvette 66, 74 
Waller, Jennifer Ann 
Walter, Catherine Leigh 183 
Walters, Holly Lynne 73, 80, 188 
Ward, Grover Benjamin 120 
Ward, Pamela Denise 66 
Ware, James Daniel 11, 18, 19, 68, 69, 92, 

128, 188 
Wasson, Jane Ellen 55, 76 
Watson, Connie Lucille 
Watson, Jo Ann 3, 49, 54, 57, 59, 61, 65, 

191 
Watson, Karla Suzanne 86, 183, 200 
Watson, Mary Kathleen 11, 69 
Watts, Lisa Greer 
Waycaster, Ronald Lance 183 
Weatherall, Charles Allen 8, 84, 191 
Weathersby, Bruce Derwin 68, 183 
Weaver, Nell Marie 
Webb, Mary Virginia 
Webb, Roslynn Elizabeth 66, 183 
Weidie, Scott Alfred 71, 78 
Weir, Mary Frances 8, 52, 56, 58, 72, 76 
Weisenberger, Sara J. 
Weissinger. Hazel Shanahan 76 
Welch. David Nelson 188 
Welch. Melinda Leigh 183 
Wells, John Albert 
Wells, John Benjamin 111 72, 92 
Wells, Randle Lee 54, 82, 184 
Welsh. Holly Virginia 72, 188 
West, Deborah Carol 80, 184 
West. Sheila Lee 86, 87, 92 
Westheimer, Sue Ellen 
Wheatly, Dudley Seth 111 67 
Wheeler, Laura Allison 54, 87, 191 
Whitaker, Charlotte Patricia 
White, David Barry 
White, Elbert Asa IV 78, 79, 184 
White, Martha S. 
White, Nancy W. 
White-Spunner, Perri Eyre 72 



Whitehead, Stephanie Stewart 

Whitfield, Lee Ann 

Whitney, Brad John 1 16 

Whitten, Steven Robert 88 

Whittington, Lessley Elizabeth 

Wilbanks, Travis Lynn 

Wilford. Kelly Anne 70, 76, 191 

Wilkinson. Brian Lee 82 

Wilkinson, Deborah Ann 191 

Williams, Bridget Alyson 76, 184 

Williams, Cecile E. 80, 88. 191 

Williams, Charlotte Anne 88, 191 

Williams, Joseph Kerwin 58, 67, 68 

Williams, Linda Lee 71, 184 

Williams. Lynda Elizabeth 

Williams. Mary Angela 80, 184 

Williams, Nancy Kincade . 18, 57. 61, 68, 81 

Williams, Paul Jackson. Jr. 

Williams, Sara Stevens 71, 80, 184 

Williams, Tama Lynn 

Williamson, Elizabeth Oakes 191 

Williamson. Jerry M.. Jr. 

Williamson. Joseph Lance 

Wilson, Christine Dillard 

Wilson, Cara Gwen 

Wilson, David Andrew 88 

Wilson, Frances Grace 

Wilson. James Keenan 68. 184 

Wimmer, Kathleen Melanie 80, 191 

Wing, William Andrew 78 

Winsett, Kara Celeste 20, 51, 80 

Wise, William Raymond 82, 92, 94 

Wiygul, James Dorsey 122, 197 

Wofford, Edward Ridgway 

Wofford, Jennifer, Kaye 11, 54. 92, 128, 

188 
Wolfe, Bernard James, Jr. 
Wood, Andrew Carlisle 2, 191 
Wood. Kathryn Elaine 
Wood, Sara Jane 
Woodrick, James Rayford, Jr. 
Woods, Charles David, Jr. 12, 51, 57, 58, 59. 

61, 71, 84, 85 
Woodward, Jonathan P. 
Woodward, Mary Theresa 57, 59, 61, 192 
Workman, Ellen Jane 184 
Worthington, Greg Eugene 72, 88 
Wray, Heath Alan 78. 184 
Wren. Michele Marion 
Wright, Amy Denise 80 
Wright, Carol Lynette 52, 58, 59, 80 
Wright, Jeffrey Kent 
Wright, Mary Katherine 10, 20, 80, 184 
Wyont, Paula Denise 80, 184 



Yang, Lily 50, 70, 59, 184 

Yarbrough, Cindy Anne 76, 184 

Yeh, Christine Y. 68, 184, 197 

Yerger, Mary Montague 

York, Rice Pressgrove, Jr. 

Young, Carol Lorraine 52, 58, 86, 194 

Young, Dianne Patrice 

Young, W. Clarke 88 

Younger, Elaine Morris 



Zimmerman, Christine Anne 71, 184 
Zito, Mary Carol 76, 188 



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I hope this yearbook has captured some memories of the 1984-85 school year 
for everyone. The people that made this Bobashela possible are listed on page 
69, and I want to thank them all again for their effort. A special thanks goes to 
Anthony Cloy, Leight Ann Burns, David Loper, Dean Good, our representative 
Mr. J.C. Anthony and my mother and sister, for sacrificing a part of their summer 
for the production of this book. 

I chose the song "Friends", by Michael W. Smith as the theme for this year- 
book, because I believe that Millsaps offers one a chance to develop special 
relationships that might not be possible at a larger school. I feel that this is the 
most rewarding aspect of the "Millsaps experience" that I have encountered, 
and I would like to thank all my friends for lifting me up this past year and helping 
me to keep going when things were really hectic. May God bless you all in a very 
special way . . . 



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Tracy Griffin 



Editor 



I would like to add to the thank-you's some people who have not been recog- 
nized our who have worked especially hard. I would like to thank the photogra- 
phy staff — Laura Hankins, Kathleen Watson, Karen Kuebel and Courtney Egan 
for their willingness to help, and Bobby Soileau and Randy Lominick for photog- 
raphy editing. Special thanks to Joe Austin for developing and printing for hours 
upon end and to Warren Burns for volunteering his services when things got 
rough. Finally, a "grand merci" to my constant sidekick Leigh Ann Burns for her 
moral and technical support, and to other friends who put up with all my "Boba" 
frustrations. 



CJj^ 



Anthony Cloy/ Associate Editor 






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