Millsaps College - Bobashela Yearbook (Jackson, MS)

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IF THIS VOL- CAN HALLOW THE MEMO- OF THE PAST, GIVE JOY IN PRESENT, OR HOLD FORTH HOPE FOR THE FUTURE, WE UME RIES THE ANY FEEL WE SHALL HAVE ACHIEVED SUCCESS. gig? Wg lg l:'f"'-' e , . e .L I To THE MOTHERS OF MILLSAPS MEN In Recognition of the Faithful and Untiring Efforts of the Mothers of Mfflsabs Men and Women, We, the Class of '21, Reverently and Respect- fully Decficate this Annual El 00K I 5 The College 5 6 THE BOBASHELA Q! q Page nine Board of Trustees BisHOP W. B. MURRAH, D.D., LL.D. . REV. R. A. MEEK, D.D. . j. B. STREATER . . W. M. BUIE . REV. W. W. WOOLLARD . . J. T. CALHOUN . . . W. B. KRETSCHMAR . . REV. M. L. BURTON . . . REV. j. R. Couismss . W. M. BUIE . . . W. T. ROGERS .... REV. M. M. BLACK . . W. H. WATKINS . T. L. LAMB . . . REV. C. W. CRISLER REV. O. S. LEWIS . REV. O. W. BRADLEY REV. R. A. MEEK . T. B. LAMPTON . . j. B. STREATER . OFFICERS MEMBERS . Presfilcrzl . Vice-Prcsiflenl . . . . . Sccrelary . . . . . Treasurer . Grenada, Miss. . . jackson, Miss. . . Greenville, Miss. . . . jackson, Miss. . . Grenada, Miss. . . . Jackson, Miss. . . New Albany, Miss. . . . jackson, Miss. . . Jackson, Miss. . Euporia, Miss. . . Jackson, Miss. . . Laurel, Miss. . . Corinth, Miss. . . Sarciis, Miss. . . jackson, Miss. Black Hawk, Miss. 6 THE BOBASHELA ' I 5:3 ,j - K ,bi I ciikm - xxzl N - 5 R I I I I Lj'F77lfW1f51f7CCE,f ,FUI 7L?'d.fIfL5 Oil EBMDUS WDI'M5Ell1J5 I!Dl'0ff550r5 I X Q jx ' if f mf HR 5 V Elf' ' CPN J: Q9 FE I J I, ,N N E KI I I 'Il kv Aj b QEVGTA ' I EE E M Faculty OFFICERS ALEXANDER FARRAR WATKINS, AB., D.D. . . . President JOHN MAGRUDER SULLIVAN, A.M., Ph.D., Vice-Pres., Treas. -I. REESE LINN, A.lVl ,.......... Secrelary CECRGE LOTI' HARRELI., B.S., NLS. . . Registrar DAVID MARTIN KEY, NLA., PHD. .... . . . Librarian MRS. MARY BOWEN CLARK ........ . . Assislanl Librarian joHN LAMBUTH FERGUSON, AB., B.D. . . . . Headmaslcr Academy Page len 6 6 THE BOBASHELA ,As A :SQ s X, in lg? ALEXANDER FARRAR WATKINS A.B., D.D. Presidenl .-XB, Vanderbilt L'nive-rsity, 18931 D.D. Feiitv- nary Colli-go, 1900: Fir,-ld Age-nt, Millsaps Pul- lege, 1890-923 Presidi-nt of YVliitwurth Vullviqv. 1901!-023 Vicf--President of Buard uf 'l'rustvi-s. Blillsaps College, 1900-122: il l'HUllliJvl' of the Mwtlmdist Ecumn-nial f'Ul'lft'I't'I1Ct' wliivli mt-L at Toronto, Vzixiudzl, 19113 BIt'Il'liJl'l' Mississippi An- nual Confervnceg Secrvtary nf General l'unl'er- ence of Methodist Episcopal Phurc-h, South, 1906-185 a Member of thw tfnminission nn l'ni- ficatinn of the Mi-thodist Episi-opal 1'hLlI'4'h :ind the Me-thmlist Episcopal Uhurc-h. Suuthg Presi- dent of Millsaps Uollvgv since Jun.-, lfilfg l'lii Delta. Thvm. JOHN MAGRUDER SULLIVAN A.M., Ph.D. Professor of Chemistry and Geology A.B. 4'e-nie-nary, ISSTQ A.M., l'nivi-rsity nl' Mis- sissippi, HBO: Ph.D. Vand--rbilt Vniw-rsity. 1900: Prufe-ssui' uf Natural Scii-imc--, Pentenary Vullego. INNEI-92: Assistant in Astrniimny, Yun- derbilt I'nivi-rsity, ISNG-NT: Graduate Student in 1'hr-mistry and Gi-olngy, Vnivvrsity nl' Uliiuagu, 1907, 1908, 110113 Mzinilner Ulieinical Suvivlyg American Assiii-iaitirm fur the Ailviinvi-min-nt of Sc-ieiiveg Mississippi Stale 'lkiiii-liz-its' Assiii-iatiiiiii Audubon Soviwtyg Natiunal Gvog'l'ziiil1ii- Suvieiyi Mwthodlst Historical Soi-iwly ni' Mississipliig Deltn Tan Ilelta. Page eleven ll-QC' 6 THE BOBASHELA -I GEORGE LOTT HARRELL B.S., NLS. Professor of Aslronomp and Physics TLS. Millsaps 1"ull1-,-gw, 1800: BLS., 114013 I'1'+vl-As- sm' 01' S4'i1'l'lL"F', XV11itw4n'tl1 f,'1'rll1-:Ju lxivfu-limo: 1'1'11f1-ssn1- ul' l'l1ysi1-s and 1'l11e111ist1'y, H+'111l1'iX 4'-111+-ge. 1514141-013 Y'I'1"l,PSSlII' of I'l1ysiCS and 4'i1w1111sI1'y, 4"w11l--1m1'y Vrrllf-,Q--, 11'4I!-U43 1'1wm4S- sur of M11tl1H11'1z1111's and .Xst1'o11w111y, E1www11tl1 l 'niyt-ygiiy, 1,111-1-msg Prnir-SS111' or' Mz1tl1+1111ati1:S. 4'1'11l1-11z11'v 1'wll1-go, 13008-H141 P11-sifh-111 ut' Muns- ri.-l-l Fw1141:1l1- Coll.-g.-W 110011-lllj 111-.IIN-ssnl' ul' Sci- J +'11r'v, XXviIlfif?ld High S1-l10ul, 11010-11: l'1'1:!k-Sswr' of AIl1llll'lNHliCb, I4UUiS-iilllil Sluts I'11ix'v-1'S1ty, S111111111f1', 151113 BIHITTIJPI' nt' A111v1'i1'z111 Ass'-1-1311011 ilu' A1lx'11111-911111111 ul' S1:ie111'v1 M1-111l11-1' .uf .X111e1'- if-1111 As11'u11f1111iCz11 Sucietyg Kappa Sigma. J. REESE LIN A.B., A.lVl. Professor of Philosophy and Hfslory MH. E111-ny 1'nIl1-:vi F1-llww i11 Y:1111le1-hilt l'ni 111.-1' 'I'1'1111, 1110113 5111111111-1' T1-rms. Vlillllillvlil Lvlli xersily, 1908-10g Kappa Alpha. x'--rsity, INEI4-ENE: AAI. X'lH14l9l'lIlll I'11i1'v1'sity1 l'1-1ul'+1ss111- uf Pllilnsoplxy 111111 I-I1l111'11tin11. 1'1111t1'al 1'oll+1g4v, Mu., 1111110401 Sage F1-llow in 1'.-1-111-ll lwlliYvI'Si1j', 15110-121 Il1sl1'u1'tu1' in Eng'lisl1 l.it1'1- :11111'e 111111 l'l1il11s11pl1y, 'I'11l:1n1- l'11ix'+11'sity. S11111- 'gage hvelve v 6 THE BOBASHEL lll in Qing 1 -I BENJAMIN ERNEST MITCHELL A.lVI., Ph.D. Professor of Malhemalics All Sc-:II'I'itt-M1II'I'isvll1'. Mu., 19003 S1-lI+Il1Istiv l"vll1Iw, X'Hl11lL'I'1ill1 l'IIix'vI'sily, 1541115-1171 'I'I'ilf,'llll1S,' Fvllzrw, Iflllf-UN1 AIU, V:lI11lvl'lIill, IEIUNL l'lI.IP., 1'1IlIImlIi1I l'IIix'vI'si1y, 1Ell1ig l'I'1II'1-ssm- ut' 1lzItlI1-- III:Iti1's, S1':II'I'itl-M1II'Iisvillv l'1Ill1':-iv, linux-12: 'I'I1t1II' iII lNI:IllI1'ITI:Itif-S in 1'1Ill1'y.1- nl' 1'i1y ui' N1-xx' Yurli, 1912-1113 IIIstI'III-tIvI', 1'1IlIIIIIlIi:I, IGN11-IIsinII TI-:I1'lIiIIg', 110132-143 l"I'1Il'I-ssm' ul' Mntllf-IIIIIti1's in Millsaps 1'IIllvg:1- sim-IA 15l1l: Alas.-III in .-XI'IIIy Y. M. 1'. A. work, l1il'1'C'lllI'1lI'.-Xllll1Il1'Skl1 Villlllr fl1J,'lf'1ll1ll'li6, fi:I., 1101N3 Alplm 'Filll WFIHPQQEL. DAVID MARTIN KEY A.M., Ph.D. Professor of Ancienl Languages AB, P91111-al 1'oIlogf-, lwxg A.M., VaII1leII-Ivilt 1'IIiV1'I'Sily, 190133 I'h.D,, l'IIivP1'sity nl' Vllivzlgu, 151113: lf'I'ol'1-ssm' ol' Al11'1L'I1t IAZIIIQIIHQUS, Pacilic Me-tlmdist 1'olleg'1e, 1241111-1133 I'1'0fessoI' uf :XI'lC'l1'l1t L21l1gLl2lS.4:'S, 11101-I'isx'illo tmllegv, 151113-053 Follow and Assistant in Latin :xml fll'1't'k, XvilI11lt'l'lJlll 1'IIiv9I'sity, 19013-073 Gra1luIIt11 Student, I71liV1,'l'- sity of 1'1Iica::,'u, 15113-14: Professor ot' Ancil-IIt LzIIIg'uagvs. SoIIIlIeI'n Univelsity, 15107-153 Pm- fessm' of Ancient I.aI1g'uages, Millsaps College, since 1915. Page lhfrleen 6 6 THE BOBASHEL KJ? Q3 l,l-i 7,-is I 0 Z .. -... -:- Lf . STUART GRAYSON NOBLE ANI., Ph.D. Professor of Education X B I111xf1w11v of N1-1111 f':11f11i112, 10071 AAI. 11111141 111 --1 l111f1 11 1 111 0111411111111 S11-111111111 w ISIIY. 11114-151 111 D. l'1111111111i:1 1'11ix'1-1s11y. 1l'1N1 I11S11'1111111', Millsnps 1'1v11:11'a111'3' S1'1111111, ITIHN-113 1114311111118- , 8:11114 I'1'1J11?11:1I11'3' F1'11u-11, 11411-1151 1'1'+1- fwssur 111' 1211111-:11i111, 1'1ix'-A1's11y 111' Blississilwpi. 5111111111413 151173 I'1'f1J-4sQ111 111' E11111':1t11111 111 31111- s:111S 1'1-l1w'2"' :4i111'-- 111113: .X11I111I1' 111' "A F1151 Uwvlc 111 1'fl1!11S11." "'1'1111 .'Xg'1'11'11'l11I2l1 111211 51311111111 HI' 1111- S1111t11." 'F1-"TY YRHVS 4111 1111- P1111- lif- S1"111111ls in M1ssissM11": Vi 14111151 Alpha: 1 1 1 1 Sigma I'11si1o11: P111 11111111 K11111141 ALFRED PORTER HAMILTON A.B., A.M. Professor of Creek and German ,X R S11111l11-V11 1'11i1'1-1'si1V IEHISQ .X.B1. 1'I11Y01'S1I5' 111 11-1111sy1x11111:1, 111111 .-Xss1st:1111 1'1'-111-ss-11' 1-1' . 1-111111 141113112121-s, S1111l111'1'11 l'11ix'--1'si1y. 1tf11N- 11l+-111. 1'11iv 1'1S11X 111' 1,1-111212, 11111 10. 11:11'1'1s1-11 l'1'111111' 111 1,1l1111. 1'11ix'f-145111 111 1111111sylx:111i11, 11011-111 511141 11-gp S1111-1' 11'1T3 1i:1111f:1 .1111 1'1-1111sv1x':1111:1 111111-11' 111111151111 191-111111 111 1111111- 1C1111,p1-:111 f'1111111:11':1Iix1- 1'11i111s111111y. 1'111Yt'1'51I3 -11' ' 1-111 111 1'111x'1-15111 1-1 vssm' 111 1.111111 211141 t,11111:111, 1X111111111s 111111-:H 1-1 A11111:111141, 11113-IT: 1'1'11l'11ss111- 111' l111'11i 111111 1I1'1'111:111 111 M111s1111s 1 111 1111. Page fourlecn I I THE BOBASHELA lf G?-P - ff- fs- SEQ a Q : . ALBERT GODFREY SANDERS A.B., A.M. Professor of Romance Languages A.B. Southwestern, 1904, Yale, 1907: Lit. Hum.. Oxford, 19103 Yale Graduate School, 19141-122 A.M., Oxford, 19143 Peacock School, Atlanta, Ga., 1905-06: Emory f"0lle,e,re, 1912-123 Emory and Henry, 1913-19, Professor of Romance Lan- guages in Millsaps College since 1919. MlLTON CHRISTIAN WHITE A.B., MA. Professor of English A.B. Southern University, Greensboro, Ala., 1910: M.A. Harvard L'niveI'sity, 1914, Alabama Presbyterian College, Anniston, Ala., 1915-INZ Austin College, Sherman, Texans, 1918-20: Pro- fessor of English in Millsaps College since 1920: Kappa Alpha: Sigma Upsilon. Page fifleen I'-QR 6 THE BOBASHELA i X lo, ,Gi :Em , JOHN LAMBUTH FERGUSON, JR. AB., B.D. Headmaster Preparalory School .,J., Iinwry L'nix'+'i'sity, 19163 Stu-11-nt X Lmlerlrilt l'l1ivf-rslty, 1910-13: Divinity Stuilwnl Iflniury I'nix'ei'sity. 11414-1055 Eduvatiomil Svcrv- in Y NI 1' X'1'hipliinI' '4 I'I11inbui'gh, Spring.: 'I'c'I'I11, 1141141 I1Pii4lIl1iiSIr'l' ul 312111212 Sigiiizi 1'p.4ilwi1. GEORGE W. HUDDLESTON 1, AB., A.M. 1 Ancfenl Languages in Preparalory School Ilill'lH'I'X1llv' Vnllf-gi-, INEU1-50115 l'1-1-sid.-lit ul' S1 141-mul ul' 'lwPIl4'hl'l'S l':Xilll11lle'I'S. tary, If S. Ari j , . . . 1 ., z 1 . ., Arniy, 11415-1503 Spr-vial Sturlvnt 1'nivvi'sity uf Millsaps 1'i'ep:u'atui'y Sf-1111111 simw- 101545 hgippgi 1 A. 12. Iliwnssev Vullvge, lmflz 1'i'.-lwssui' in Hn-1-Ii. liiwaissm- mmllvgv, INN!-111: Ali, Iilwns- Rm- mill.-gi-, HMS: l'l'uI'Q4SSl'I' ul' Latin :iii-1 Gi-w-lc. lllv Page sixleen 6 A THE BOBASHELA W Q RS. Mnllszmps 4'ulIP,i:+1. 10101 ALS. Mlllsups VUI- lvgv, 10203 Assistant in Vlls-!1iiSily and Vhysic-S. 1'I'l'lY2ll'Zll0l'V School 110203 Pi Kappa Alpha. BMX. Millsaps t'nlIe,20, 19201 Instrur-tm' in I'rv- lYill'illtIl'j' School, 10305 1'i lizxppu Alpha: Signm Epsilon. Page .seventeen DEWEY STEVENS DEARMAN B.S., NLS. Professor of Chemfslrp and Physics MICHAEL CARTER HUNTLEY AB. Professor of English and Physics 6 6 THE BOBASHELA f9 ................ E 5 xv . MRS. MARY BOWEN CLARK Assislanl Librarian the human heart can know. MRS. MARY ELIZABETH JOYCE lllalron of Dormitory Of gentle soul, to us boys a friend." "Whose inbom worth her acts commend, Beauty of character includes every good of which Page efghlecn 6 0 THE BOBASHELA Q " s E :Q t fig., -' J 'jd H137 1 S555 qi: if gi, x g ig .. ,E .Z . .ii if 1 Faculty FREDERICK j. LOTTERHOS . Assistant in English ENOCH A. KING ..... Assistant in Latin LEO B. ROBERTS . . . Assistant in Chemistry Page nineteen 4? 5 'fmfsf' A iigix-Q N, W '-ws ,. ' X 'f.5'3l5.'fff , ya-1 fit? 15113 sfwisti' . ,gf ymbgf.?f'ffg.A',fQQ-gflfifgikg Assistants BRUNNER M. HUNT . . . Assistant in Latin LEE BEVERLY HEBERT . . Assistant in Athletics j. D. MUSSELWHITE . . Assistant in Athletics O THE BOBASHELA ' Q, IQ, G35 L I CEE. MAIN BUILDING MW :E 4' sf 1 COLLEGE CHAPEL lm U 6 THE BOBASHELA W X LV 41, x xx-,J R 'ko 2 K -wig '-'7,-f 'Q PT ' L I f - tiki' 'SK X ' wf'AN H ' , K f -A . wm1s.'-Q1 . f: uns . ,Al- f Zh, ixxx: t -Q .--- b. , z.. 1, J 1,1 V X 3 5 - f'.. ' , f I 1,. . .. -- L-.I A' Y YW Y ' if Alumni I ' ' """'," OFFICERS L. BARRET joNEs . . . . . . ....,. President L. CALHOUN . . . . . . . Vice-Pruafflcnl C. L. HARRELL . . Secrclwy uml Trcasurvr hvenly 6 THE BOBASHELA fig? O, ,Q SEQ Alumni Association N alumni assoc ation is helpful to any institution It is also beneficial to every member of the association. Every alumnus and alumna of our Alma Mater has much in common, and these ties that bind should not be ignored. Every man and woman lil-:es to turn backward in memory to the good old days spent about these old halls of learn- ing, and every loyal alumnus desires to see again the old campus, the old professors, the old classmates and to be reminded of the hallowed associations there. The alumni association fills such a need. Every former student, whether old or young, feels that he or she has a common heritage, and we believe that the members of the Millsaps Alumni Association are taking a renewed interest in the old school. The secretary is compiling a complete roster of the old Millsaps students. Also the expression of interest during the football season was especially notable and fully appreciated by the student body. To our older brothers and sisters, all honor be! Page twenty-Iwo - --q. I .A ...1""' -.1 .,1- b 1 -11 , 1 , ,1 1 X .1-.1.-11. , XX 31 1,1.Xf.111.' 1,11 ,J- X X. X-X ,,X, .110 .- 4 XX., J 'i 1 411' 1 1 X. X,,, . -'c AX HX X .Y '. " ,,f'q,::,X1 X X ., X,,, X11,,X- ,. -X.-41 , 1 - 1, .11 '1.1 'N15.1g"fff,5"','1Y' '1 ' Q' 'Z",,1-X' ,Xq11'i'.f, 1, 1..1. "'4 ai, L' . '- 1 ' " " '.1 1 V" """' '1 1' 1K-' ' f' " 1..6.1'5" 11 1X X, f-,1' ,1 I , ,,XX.1X. 1, X.X ' 1- 1 1 1 ' .1 . 1- 1,. 11- 1.1 " , V 1 I1 -1. -"" A " . '."v.4 .1 - , 1 -. ,.1,.X.,X . 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Vice-Presidenl Miss ANNIE CmsLER . . Secrelarp Page iwcnly-.sfx Liao BOGAN RoBERTs COLUMBIA, MISS. Master of Arls A.B. Millsaps College. '20: Geiger Chemistry Medal, '1Sg Founder's Medal, '20, Instructor in Chemistry and Mathematics, G. L. S.: Y. M. C. A.: S. C.: American Legion. Leo is a splendid student as his record shows. He has gained for himself a reputation as a teacher who is the master of his subjects. His broad foundation of learn- ing should assure him success in whatever work he takes up. COLLYE WELLMAN ALFORD MAGNOLIA, MISS. Bachelor of Arts Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, '20, President Preachers' League, '20, Vice-President G. L. S., '20: Secretary G. L. S., '20g Commencement Debater, '20, President Y. M. C. A., 'Bly Bobashela. Staff, '21: Chaplain American Legion, '20: Overseas Club: Freshman Declamation Medal, '16, Delegate to Blue Ridge, '20. Collie has long been one of the most popular men on the Millsaps campus. Probably no man has more genuine friends, and he richly deserves them. Collie Alford is sound to the core. That hearty handshake of his is not easily forgotten. MARVIN MCKENDREE BLACK, JR., K A JACKSON, Miss. Bachelor of Arts L. L. S.: Orchestra, '16, '17, '18, '19g Glee Club '18, '19, '20g Tennis Team, '18, '19, '20, '21g Science Club: Business Manager Glee Club, '19-'20: Y. M. C. A. Cabi- net, '21g Vice-President Science Club, '20g President Right Royal Ramblers, '21g Vice-President Senior Class: Anniversai-ian L. L. S.: P. 8: W. Staff, '19, '20, '21: Bobashela Staff ':l1: Delegate to Blue Ridge, '20. Very dependable, witty, and likable, Marvin is a friend of every one who lcnows him. We expect Marvin to "make good." l l l L-...W a-,- ,E , K W MATTEE B. BULLARD, K A JACKSON, MISS. Bachelor of Arts Y. W. C. A.: Y. W. C. A. Cabinet, 18, '19, 'ZO3 Treas- urer Sophomore Class, '193 Vice-President Junior Class, '20: Pan-Hellenic Council, '20, '21: Honor Council. '20: '211 Sponsor Basketball, ':20: Purple and YVhite Staff, '20, '21, Associate Editor Bobashela, '21g Literary Council. Mattee has always been one of the leading co-eds at Millsaps since the day she lirst entered these halls of learning. We are indeed proud to have her in the Class of '2l. She has won every honor by genuine merit and is held in the highest esteem by everyone. LEONARD CALHOUN, K A, E Y JACKSON, MISS. Bachelor of Arts Y. M. C. A.: 'L. L. S.g Freshman Declamation Medal. '18: Commencement Declaimer, '19: President Science Club. '20: Birmingham-Southern Debate-r, '2O: Bobash- ela Staff, '21g Tennis Club: Track. '21: Football, Junior- Senior, '203 President Senior Class, '21: Delegate to Centenary Celebration, '19g Secretary Right Royal Ramblers. Endowed with a keen mind and g:eat executive ability, Leonard has made us an admirable president. His less brilliant thoughts run in the channels of "Marvin, Mar- vin, where art thou?" ANNIE IRENE CRISLER, K cl JACKSON, Miss. Bachelor of Science Y. W. C. A.: Poet Junior Class: Sponsor Junior Class: Secretary Senior Class. "Deedle" is a jolly, good friend of everyone. She has made a host of them while at Millsaps, and we expect Deedle to continue to shine wherever she may go. OSMUND G. DAWKINS DELTA CITY, MISS. Bachelor of Arts Y. M. C. A.: American Legion: Science Club: Track Manager, '21: "M" Club: Vice-President L. L. S.: Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, '21: Athletic Council, '21: Track, '20: Masonic Club: Tennis, '20, We know O. G. for his cheerful optimism and his deter- mination to obtain whatever he desires. We believe Osmund will deliver the goods in lif'e's game. WILLIAM L. DAY, II K A BROOK!-IAVEN, MISS. Bachelor of Arts Y. M. C. A.: L. L. American Legion: Preachers' League: Delegate to Blue idge, '18: Orchestra, 'ISL Glee Club, '18, '19, '20: President Y. M. C. A., '19: President Junior Class, '20: Cabinet. '20: Varsity Foot- ball. '20: President L. L. S., '21: Pan-Hellenic Coun- Il 'o 'l L-' , 'I.,, 'L . Bill is one of our most renowned Glee Club songsters. His one weakness is for "us belles damesn and we are afraid that some day he will fall in love. HENDRIX AVERA DAWSON, Z Y, K Z , WOODVILLE, MISS. Bachelor of A rts Y. M. C. A.: G. L. S.: A. P. S.: Vice-President G. L. S., '17: President, '20: Glee Club. '16, '17, '20, '21: Vice- President. '1T: Quartet, '16, '17, '20, '21: Overseas Club: Post Adjutant American Legion, '20: Delegate to First State Convention, American Legion: Triangular De- bater, '20: Junior-Senior Football Team, '20: Purple and Vvhite Staff, i21: Self Government Board, '21: Business Manager Bobashela, '21. H. A. Dawson of the lopsided grin and his keen sar- casm is known to us all for his happy-go-lucky air. But we who lmow him cannot but love him for the pure gold that lies within. 5 l l l L. ANDREW JACKSON Bovuzs HOMEWOOD MISS. Bachelor of Arts Vice-President Preachers' League, '21: Chaplain Scott- Newton County Club, '21g Purple and Yvhite Reporter. '21: President, G. L. S.. '21g Bobashela. Ctaff, '213 President Masonic Club, '21. Big of body and big of heart, our joke editor will always be thoroughly lilced wherever he goes. Needless to say. no Millsaps man will ever forget Boyles' inimitable wild goose. Q BOYD CLARK EDWARDS, K Z JACKSON, MISS. Bachelor of Science BOIJHSIICIB, Staff, 'ZI1. Boyd has given us proof of his industry and determina- tion in taking his degree in three years. We can pre- dict the greatest success for him as pre-med at Emory or Tulane or wherever he goes. WILLIAM CURTIS EDWARDS JACKSON, MISS. Bachelor of Arts Galloway Literary Society: Tennis Club, '19, '20: Sci- ence Club: A. P. S. W. C. Edwards is another of the three-year men. That record speaks well for his future. EUGENE MCGEE ERVIN cotunvmus, Miss. Bachelor of Arts Y. M. C. A.: L. L. S.: Secretary L. L. S., '19, '20g Vice- President, '20: President, '213 Science Club, 'l9g Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, '21, "Nig," alias "Irishman," is a determined student and has shown himself most faithful to whatever college activity he has entered. BAscoM B. GRAVES, K Z HATTIESBURG, MISS. Bachelor of Arts Glee Club, '20g Pan-Hellenic Council, '21g President Freshman Class 175 Iota. Delta Delta: Science Class '19, Meridian College. By his ready smiles. cheerful disposition, and accommo- dating ways, "B" has made every body his friend. Voted the most popular man on the campus. ROBERT FAEHLAND HARRELL, K A WATERPROOF, LA. Bachelor of Arts Y. M. C. A.: L. L. S.: Freshman Debater, '1Sg Com- mencement Debater, '19g President Freshman Class, '1S: President Sophomore Class, '19: Treasurer L. L. S., '19-'20: Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, '20-'21, Purple and Vvhite Staff. '19: Pan-Hellenic Council. '20-'21g Louisiana Club: Litrary Council, Tennis Clubg Science Club, '20. BohlJy's record is one to be proud of. His popularity is attested by his being twice president of his class. LEE BEVERLY HEBERT, H K A, Z Y NEW IBERIA, LA. Bachelor of Science Editor-in-Chief Purple and VVhite, '221: T. M. C. A.: L. L. S.: Commencement Debater. '19: Triangular De- bater, '19-'203 University Debater, '21: Glee Club. '19, '20, '21: Secretary Y. M. C. A.. '213 Delegate to Blue Ridge, '19: Delegate Student Volunteer Convention. Des Moines, Ia., '2Og President Athletic Association, '21g Baseball Manager, '2O3 Varsity Football, '20-'21g Var- sity Baseball, '19-'ZZOI All One Club: Dormitory Self Government Board: Bobashela Staff, '21, As an "all one" man, foremost in athletics, and editor of the Purple and While, Hebert is the all round man of his class. BRUNNER MARION HUNT, K E, Z Y PORT GIBSON, MISS. Bachelor of Arts Vliairman Honor Council. '20-'21: Y. Ill. C. A. Cabin'-t. '20-'rig President L. L. S., '313 Commencement De- lJater's Medal, '20: Triangular Debater. '213 All One Club: Secretary Preachers' League, '21: Student Dele- gate to Blue Ridge, '20g Pan-Helenic Council, '21: Athletic Council, '21: Assistant Instructor in Latin, '21: Millsaps Representative M. I. O. A., '21: Editor-in- Chiet' Bobashela, '21, Brunner has exemplified the golden mean between undue modesty and undue self confidence. As the editor of the Bobashela and Chairman of the Honor Council he has proven his executive ability and leadership among men. ENocH ALEXANDER KING AUBURN, MISS. Bachelor of Arts Triangular Debater, '19: President Preachers' League, '20: President Galloway Literary Society, '19. Possessed of great oratorical ability, thoroughly conse- crated and of unbounded perseverance. We have the utmost confidence in Brother Kings future as a minister. HENRY HOLLIS LANSFORD, H K A AMORY, MISS. Bachelor of Arts resident Soahomore Class '1'4 Gallowa Literar So P I ' . L 1 Y Y ' cietyg President G. L. S.. '213 Triangular Debate:-, '21g Y. M. C. A.g American Legion. After being absent from us three years in the navy Lans- ford returned to Millsaps. The Class of' '2I was very glad to number this quiet and reserved deep thinker in it. LURLINE MARGERET PATTON, fl? M JACKSON, MISS. Bachelor of Science Y. W. C. A. Cabinet, '19, '20, '211 SCi9rtCQ Club, '201 Historian Senior Class. Lurline has taken her degree in three years and has gone in for all college activities, too. This makes us observe that one doesn't have to be great of body to be great of mind. JOHN OVERTON RUTLEDGE LAKE, MISS. Bachelor of Arts Q G. L. S.: Treasurer, '20: Auditor, '21: President, '21: Tennis Club, Science Club: Y. M. C. A. Cabinetg Scott- Newton County Club: American Legion, Overseas Club: Bobashela Staff, '21. As a diligent student and a jolly, good fellow, John is thoroughly liked by both profs and his fellow students. i 5iuu:.-L - ....- , . -rf , AUSTIN LUCKY SHIPMAN, II K A RULEVILLE, MISS. Bachelor of Arts Manager Football. '20: Manager Basketball, '19, '20, Basketball Team, '15, '16, '17, '19, '20, Football Team, '19, '20g Pan-Hellenic Council, '21. Somewhat reserved, steadfast of purpose, rather conser- vative-that's Ship. Shipman is one of our best athletes. WILLIE SPANN, ID M JACKSON, MISS. Bachelor of Arts All One Club: Vice-President Freshman Class. '18, His- torian Junior Class, '20g Pan-Hellenic Council, '20, '21, Science Club: Bobashela. Staff, '21. "Bill" has always stood at the head of her class and as a "jolly, good fellow" is esteemed by all who know her. CHARLES WARREN WESLEY FOXWORTH, MISS. Bachelor of Arls Y. M. C. A.: G. L. S.: Pl'62l.Cl1Gl'S' League: A. P. S.: Masonic Club. His portly demeanor and serious thoughts have earned for him the appelation, "Bishop" Bishop is eamest in all that he does, firm and friendly to every every one. QML L Lei, ARLIE MILTON WEST HAMILTON, MISS. Bachelor of Arls Member Honor Council, '20g G. L. S.: Post Commander of "John Burton" Post of American Legion, '20: Vice- President Y. M. C. A., '21g Unversity Debate-r, '21g Varsity Football, '21, Bobaslxela. Staff, '21. West is "the abriclgement of all that is honest, depend- able, steadfast and loyal in man." OTTO PORTER ROSE HILL, MISS. Bachelor of Aris Glee Club, '1-1: Quartet, '14: President Y. M. C. A., '183 Delegate to Blue Ridge, '17: Vice-President G, L. S., '17: Midsession Debater, '17, Midsession Debatefs Medal, '1Tg Science Club, '17: Tennis Club, '1Tg As- sistant in English, '1R1 Instructor in Preparatory School, '18: Member of Mississippi Annual Conference. Here is a man that is one of our fiamous "come backs." Though he entered late in the year he has made good, and we believe he will make good everywhere he goes. A 6 THE BOBASHELA 1:.::::.i.m:::::: -:::::::::::::::::::::::1:22::r: asaeazaszszzszsaeesssszssss 2 . .1 2 '535????553:555555555555555555555553255255EEEEEEEEEZEEEL' E355 25221.22 . 1 . , , V CQJ ,, gClB History of the Class of '21 HE opening of the session of l9l 7 I8 was one of unusual importance for at this time the great Class of 2I entered Millsaps College They were as you might say, young, green, and fresh, but nevertheless soon grew accus- tomed to the ways of the college, and were no longer afraid of Sully's gruff glances or Ducky's sarcastic remarks. In the spring of this year, when the old campus was at its prettiest, the students of the college could be seen drilling on every bright afternoon. The United States had entered the war and the students of Millsaps were showing their patriotism by preparing themselves for future service. The Class of '2l was not left out in these military prac- tices and even the co-eds were privileged to drill. The scene shifts to the fall of l9l8, when Millsaps College was turned topsy turvy. It was now a government school for the Students Army Training Corps. The old peaceful walks were trod by many heavy army shoes, while the campus was turned into a military camp. The Class of 'Zl was at this time very wise and proud sophomores, forgetting the time when they were freshmen and not even deigning to wish to be juniors. This class joined with the rest of the college in the celebration of Armistice Day. Soon after this date the S. A. T. C. was disbanded, and the college returned to its normal activities. The next year slipped by, the Class of 'ZI being junior, only living and hoping for the great and glorious time when they would be seniors. The Class of '2l came back to school in 1920 high and mighty seniors. This was the first year that Millsaps College had played intercollegiate football, and the Class of 'ZI was very glad that this was inaugurated while the class was still an active part of the student body. After this class had received their diplomas they scattered to different parts of the world, their graduation being the true commencement of their lives. As they go on their various paths, each holds dear the memory of his alma mater and strives to be worthy of her teaching. Page thirty six 6 A THE BOBASHELA W C5232 ,Z ,Q 959-U FM Page lhfrty-seven FoUNDER's HALL GYM Q 5 6 THE BOBASHELA A A f-sa f U f2 ' X4 V-Y iv-Y f'1 XX KK N Q", - N-7 , +X X ' , fx, 1, N X J! M ,W r D IQ, Qi!! U LJ if j Xxx fx!! 'af175?':T3-I Xmry ff g ff NX If 261:93 'Q w f xx ,N K 'f"' 'rx-XAg,F': j 2 13 fu n X I -i n-is 'L' V I 'iiiii' f ' I ' 1 A i XX I x.., , ' Q ' Ni K R52 Mi? fri 'Vx' I OFFICERS FREDRRICK j. LOTTERI-IO . , President IVl.ss jox' KING . , . . Vice-President OHN DAVIS IVIUSSELMHITE .... Secrelarp HENRY B. COLLINS ..... Treasurer A. W. BAILEX . . l'1onorC0uncf1 Page lhfrlpfefgfll 6 A THE BOBASHELA President Y. NV. C. A., '20, DL-In-gate tu Hluv RiIi:1-, '19, WILLIAM PURLEY BALLS jackson, Miss. Y. HI, C- A.: Di1'm"Cl0I' of Athlm-livs. NELLII2 CLARK, fb JI Jackson, Miss. Y. XV. C. A.: Tvnnis Phila, '201 Girls' Iiuski-Ilvaill Tiam, '20. HENRY BASCOMB COLLINS, II K A Onville, La. L. L. S.: Purple and XVhite Staff, '1N, '19, '2H: Travk Team, '20, '21: Y. M. U. A. 4'ili5il'lm't. '2U: Treasurer Y. M, V. A., '21: xYif'9-Pl'L4Sili6I1t L. L. S.. '21, Treasurvr Junior Class: Assistant Busim-ss Manager P. LQ XV., '21g Exchange Editor, '21, Lun- isianzi Plub. G. T.. S.: Y. M. I". A.: P1'eavlIuI's' Lpaguvz .-XlTlEl'iI'8ll I.e,f:iIwng Honor fi'Ulll1C'il, '213 Mid Term De-hater, '21, Page thirty-nine L1IliOI' Class OUIDA CRAWFORD Jackson, Miss. ARMSTEAD W. BAILEY Coldwater, Miss. I i I 5 :A. 6 I'-Qs' THE BOBASHELA C- ,Q Q55 'L1I'liO1' Class I I i I CHARLES ETHELBERT CRISLER Jackson, Miss. L. L. S.: Louisiana Club: Belhaven Ciubg Y. M. C. A.: Track. '17, '20. BURTON C. FORD, K A Jackson, Miss. WILLIAM BASIL FOWLER, K E Ennis, Texas Y. RI. C. A.: G. L. S.: American L+-gion: XYiC9-Pl'9Si- III-nt Soplminoiw Plass, ':0: "M" Flub: X'iCf'-PI'esi- dont G. L. S., '203 Varsity Base-ball, '19, '2Irg Val'- sity' Football. '1I0: S6'f'I't'tEil'Y G. L. S., '21: Tn-nnis Vinh: 1Y'f'llllll'Y Pluh: Varsity Basketball, 'lik '302 'l'I':I1-k, '1SI, '2l'lg S. A. T. 12, South:-I'II ME-timdist lvIiiXl'l'SiIX. MARTIN IVY HONEYCUTT Rayville, La. Varsity Ffmthnll, '20, '21: Varsity Baskf-thall, '20: Vni-sity Iiuswlmll, 'SIN Track Team, '20: Buie Dev- lzimntiun Mwlal, 'UOQ Y. M. P. A. Vabinet, '21: Com- Inv-III-vIn4-III Dvlrute-I', 'Zig OFFICE-V G. L. S.. '20, '211 Aiphu Phi Epsilon. LAWRENCE W. LONG, K A Satartia, Miss. Varsity Baseball. 'Elly Y. M. C. A.: L. L. S. Page forty 6 A THE BOBASHELA ,Q CV6, l.1l1iO1' Class FREDERICK J. LOTTERHOS, K A, L' Y Jackson, Miss. All UIIP Vlub: L. L. S.: Y. M. I". A.: S. A. 'Ii V.: P11-sidl-Iit Fxwesliiiiau Vluss, '1!v: Trlaiigiilaii' livllilll-'14, '1!93 I'IIIIIIIIIIIII-I-Iiieiit DI-lmle-I"s Mvdal, 'lflg I2uIll'H"'vis IXIRIIIII, '20, HOIIIII' 1'lilll1l'il, '20, Telinis MIIIIIIRI-V. 'ZUJ 11190 l"1ub1 L'IIivefI'sily Dt-liatf-I', 'lfllg NYilIn-'I' 'l'I'ibhI-t Fvllowsliip, 'llg I'I'Isi1l-eIIt Jimif-I' Ulziss, ':1g I'I'I-simh-Iit L, L. S.. ':1lg Assistzuit ill Emqlisli. '31, Einury Dvliatp-I', 'Zig Muiiagiiig' Editur, I'III'pl1- zlml Xvllihf, '11, I MIRIAM JOY KING, K J Jackson, Miss. Y. XY. IH A.: SILHIUIIK Vwliiiitw-I' IZIIIIII. MARTIN L. MCCORMICK Summit, Miss. Y. M, l'. A.: G. II. 24,2 Vim--l'1'IfsiIlg-11t ti. I., S., 'Zta' '211 1'I's-:If-11+-I's' In'ilQ1ll'. ADA JOSEPHINE MCDONNELL, K J Jackson, Miss. St"l'I't'tE1I'Y Fl'1'Sll1llRll 4'I:Iss, 'ltbg Tl'G'i1SLll'Q'l' Snpliu- IIIu1'I- Vlass, 'Eng Sv-I-I'It:Iry Svie-IICQ PILIII, 'Ing St't'l'L'- tary PIIII-Hellviiiv IHIIIIII-il, '!1: SDOIISUI' liaise-11.111, 'QOL I'aII-H1-lleiiic 4,'wIIIII.'il, '213 Y. XV. l'. A.: All Um' Vluh. MARY I-IELEN MCKEAN, K J Jackson, Miss. Xvillllthl' of Andorsmi SI-lInl:II-ship Mr-dal, III-II1l0I-smI- Biwmwn Pollege, 'INZ 'I'I'I--:ISIII'r-I' Fiwshmziii Vlnss, Hkll1fiL'l'S43l1-13l'0XVl'I l'lllIlx2'4', '19: 'NViIIIIeI' of I31IIII'g:I-mis SI-hularsliip Mc-dal, '!II. Page forty-one 3 l i l l l I P 4 i i l l i I V: AL DQS' 6 THE BOBASHELA ics- Io- qi?-fs Q l 11I1iO1' Class JOHN DAVIS MUSSELWHITE, K Z West, Miss. Varsity Basffball, '20, '21: Varsity Football, '203 Stu- dent Manager Alllletics. 'Z1: Athletic Council. 'HZ :Jvc-re-tai'y Junior Class. '!1: Sf,-c'1'etary Galloway Lit- erary Sur-ivty, '!1: Miclsession Debater, 'Zig Amvri- ran Legion, '20, '!1: Assistant Instructor in Mass Athls-tif-s, '21g Us-ntury Vlub: Purple and -xX'1'liI': Stuff. ':1. CHARLIE J. STAPP Hazlehurst, Miss. Tri-asuror Galloway Literary Soc-if-ty. 'lfli Y. M. P. A. Caluim-t. 'ZOQ Varsity Basketball Team. '1f4. WALTER ELISHA STOKES, K A Macon, Miss. L. L. Tennis Pluh, '20: Glee Pluh. '20. '31: XYin- nei' Dnulilffs 1'l1umpionship, '20: KIlf1SE'SSl0ll D-:hate-r. '21l: V111111111-nf-G-inn-lil D1-lvatf-I2 'I11 F1196-1' L1-alder. '21: 'Frnclc Train, 'ZUZ Puhiivily Age-nt, '21: Y, M. 1'. A. Valviiiut, '31: Purple and XVhite- Staff. '!1g Adv--iw tisng Rlzinziger, '21. MACK B. SWEARENCEN, K A, L' Y Jackson, Miss. Y. M. V. A.: L, I.. S.: Midsesslon Dehater. 'fig Purpli- and XYliiu- Staff, '2l. WARREN N. WARE Jackson, Miss. G. L. S.: l'rez1c'lier's Lfagu--: Y. M. C. A.: Masonic l'l ub. 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FOXWORTH, SELBY GARBER, j. H. HINES, BERTHA HOWIE, KATHETXINE HOWIE, E. E. HOWORTH, j. M. JOHNSTON, ISABEL MELLARD, H. H. MUSSELWHITE, j. D. MCCORMICI4, C. L. MCMULLAN, GRACE MCNEIL. D. I-'. NAIL. LUCILE OVFARRAL, R. C. PADGETT, C. L. PEATRCSS, NORMASTEEL RUFFIN, j. F. SCHULTZ. J. F. SCOTT, CECIL SELBY, ELIZABETH . Vice-Presidcnl . Secretary SMITH, P. E. STEEN, j. W. SYLVERSTEIN, R. E. THOMPSON, RUTH TUMLIN, j. E. VIRDEN. ANNIE VOIGHT, MAROUERITE WATIQINS, LEIGH WATTS, G. B. WHARTON, C. L. WHARTON, Ros.A D. WHITE, A. C. WILLS. ELIZABETH WINEHAM, E. K. 5-ia. 55555!iiillillllllllllliliill THE BGBASHELA 6 Cffiii? ,,ff:Qk i:ff:x u.u m3555555 Ellligiilh I 52555553552 ZWWIEEM AiR241Qiiiiiiiliiliiiillllill' -.,..-,,..... ....--..-...... .L I M I 5 AVQ J , 53 Ya 95 Q Page forip-six 6 THE BOBASHELA ,Cx ,Q ' C l XGi5D 5 Page forty-seven nf 4 W :f i H' if A 'Mi .1,,f f-3 :vu '-if 2' , A,.1 ' Y A51 Eff - '35 E , ,u VWQQ? 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HOBART, MATTIE AGNES HOWELL, LOUISE HUNDLEY, F. C. HUTTON, J. B. JOHNSON, HAZEL JOHNSON, MYRTLE JOHNSTON, MAL JONES. L. A. KENNEDY, S. C. KING, T. H. KENNINGTON, A. S. KNOBLOCK, H. H. LINTON, G. A. LOTT, MARGERITE LOTTERHOS, ARY MABRY, C. E. MAGEE, C. E. MASKE, J. L. MAXWELL, K. A. MIDDLETON. J. S. MILLER, XV. L. MOODY, SAM FRANCES MOORE, MOORE. R. H. MOORE, J. W. MORSE. H. M. MURRAY, J. C. MCCARTNEY, R. S. MCEWEN, F. MACGOWAN, C. MCKEETHEN, C. H. NOBLIN, F. R. O'BRIANT, EVELYN PEEvY, M. PIGOTT, J. W. PLUMMER, EMILY POWER, EVELYN PHILLIPS, W. S. POOLE, D. W. PYBURN, D. RAMSEY, J. E. RAWLS, J. J. RAY, T. J. REED, F. W. REEVES, R. B. RICHARDSON, MAY ROBERTS. CORNELIA ROUSE, A. L. SANDERSON, KITTIE SCOTT, O. H. SCOTT, EVELYN . . . . . Prcsidcni Vice-President Secrelary SHARP. L. M. SHARP, J. H. SHEARER, J. B. SHEPHERD, J. A. SIMMS, J. STEVENS, DELTA M. STOVALL, H. A. STUART, J. H. SULLIVAN, ELEANOR G. SUTTON, ALICE TRIPLETT, O. B. TUCKER, LOUISE TULL, MAXINE TYNES, H. C. TYNES, W. D. VEST, J. A. WAITS, J. F. WALL, T. J. WALLEY, CECIL WATSON WEEKS, W. H. WESLEY, SHERROD WESTBROOK, MYNELLE WINSTEAD, T. T. YOUNG, H. C. YOUNG, H. W. GATES, C. L. SAIZAU, J. L. O THE BOBASHEL v4,gpf,'wq,'fgtgg5 ., ., ,,, ,, , ,jifegzmf f . ,, ., .f,,1----w-wma ,...,,.,,,,......,..... ,,. 4 H N' ' 3.-cfiiiawj 5 H+ H., f 2 ,Kgggwgz u f,gj,i': sq 5 1, ,vv A 1 -45.-,pw xv' ii A ,,,xV,.,J Av .xVL HV , 45. Q 'I QRS' ' X Q' Ti5'5,'5fi3 Y 'Q 5 Q, ,,,f5,.v,q Q ' K 2,5 5 , fS,.?,X.-UVYIY 2 " ' ,.'.' Q Q ,, IKE!!! 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A i L-ztffiigrrf. ffgfifi so '- ' E44 111 - .SE ,x,L1.i1if'R4T'3""Mh'T""A'-""'Ci ..- F Y .Q e.- V..- N--H - - 1 ' ' I-1: , TIE, if v 5' ,E ,ll--l' YY , n f -4-1 - ---T- '-'11 r E, :t-x i -i-Jar 5 g B- if Y. -T-A--f-f .W . .T.- Y , 1- 51 - ' aa.-' V'--'V ' ' "' A ' ' 'T'- THE BOBASHELA Q W -2-- :-ears"--M-N-n'--W 6 6 THE BDBASHELA CSD ECE 0 I-- . V, ji , x, A 4 4 ,E Q',,'-1f-:'SX:5'1t5J.'. '-:g.f':g-.g+fc.'V'f - ' ' i .. T 7144- i t+""f I " -V-',g,.gj,."f- - i . QL L T 1 T CHIEFVQ DEAD owes AND 0""'i"'l'- V IDI1'ORIAln"CTR'l'f 'S 'D ' 'N 'S N Bobashela Staff BRUNNER M. HUNT . MATTEE BULLARD . . . HENDRIX A. DAWSON , . . . . MARVIN M. BLACK . . Assistant XVILLIE SPANN ....... .... LEONARD J. CALHOUN . B. B. GRAVES .... LEE BEVERLY HEBERT . JOHN O. RUTLEEGE ..... BOYD C. EDWARDS ...,.. Page fifty-seven AUSTIN L. SHLPMAN . COLLYE XV. ALFORD . ARLIE M. XVEST . . ANDREW j. BOYLES . . Etiilnf-in-Chief Associate Eititor Businms Afanager Business twanagcr . . . . . Literary Editor . . , ArtEa'itor . Fraternity Editor . Class Editor . . . . . .Club Editor . . . . . Statistics Ettitnr . Athletic Editor . . "Y"Edi10r . Photographer . Humor Etlitor 6 A THE BOBASHELA uf XO fs,-Q Q ' Q. 4 Page ffjly-efglzl 6 6 THE BOBASHELA ,, f-, fa- TPSQ ' Page fifty-nine X in D ff' fi- . in 'g2plix'w?Z'X ,- I ---,y ,,,, . ff kg .- . IEE' ' I ' W H A fill '- LEE BEVERLY HEBERT FREDERICK j. LCTTER W. E. STOKES . , E. K. WINDHAM . MATTEE BULLARD . M. B. SWEARINGEN H. B. COLLINS , . BERTHA HINES . . H. A. DAWSON . . JOSEPH M. HOWORTH HENRY' B. COLLINS . GEORGE B. XVATTS . C-UY K. l'1EBERT . P I-IOS urple and White Staff . . .'1SAiifQIllBl15iIIL'S5AILIIIUQCI' . EIIIIIII'-III-Chief . . Managing Editor Campus EJIIOI' . Alhlciic Edilor . Co-ml EJilor . Alunllli Enifluf . , Exchange Edilor . . Exchange Edilor . . Social Editor . . BUSIIICSSAIIJIIGECI' . CIrcu1aliIm Iwanagcr . flzmisfalzl Ciiffllldlillll Iwunagcr LITERARY COUNCIL MATTEE BULLARIJ HENRX' B. COLLINS FREDERICK j. LOTTERHOS MACK B. SWEARINCEN L. B. HEBERT j. M. HOWORTH R. F. HARRELL Q THE BOBASHELA Q 65:1 AX ,Qx cis 6 A THE BOBASHELA C132 ff-- ,O. QQ-D Page aixiy one F. J. LOTTERHOS J. B. ABNEY M. M. BLACK, JR. L. J. CALHOUN H. B. COLLINS B. F. COURSEY O. G. DAWKINS E.. M. ERVIN L. B. HEBERT J. M. HOWORTH F. J. LO1'rERHOs C. L. PADCETT J. B. SHEARER Lamar Literary PRESIDENTS E. M. ERVIN B. M. HUNT VICE-PRESIDI-:NTS E. M. ERVIN O, G, L. J. CALHOUN H. MEMBERS W. E. STOKES T. J. WALL H. W. YOUNG W. O. CHAPMAN B. C. FORD C.. A. LINTON J. F. WATSON J. T. SCHULTZ W. L. MILLER SISTRUNK L. E. ALFORD E. B. BOATNER GUY CLARK W. E. CORLEY W. L. DAY J. C. ELLIS R. F. HARRELL G. lx. HEBERT B. M. HUNT Anniversarian M. M. BLACK, JR. Anniversary Orator J. B. ABNEY B. COLLINS Society E. K. WINDI-IAM J. S. MIDDLETON T. J. RAY M. B. SWEARINGEN R. E. SYLVERSTEIN E. K. WINDHAM F. M. CROSS E. W. BROOKS H. H. KNOBLOCK N. F.. APPLEWHITE L. C. CORBAN W. A. SCOTT D. D. CULLEY 6 6 THE BQBASHELA A Page six! I j. D. MUSSELWHITE BOYLES 6 6 THE BOBASHELA f lfgsi ,fzxx ' 0 "4 4 A Cm Page sfxly-lhrce Alpha Phi Epsilon Literary Society GALLOWAY PRESIDENTS A. j. BOYLES H. H. LANSEORD j. O. RUTLEEGE C. W. WESLEY VICE-PRESIDENTS M. L. MCCORMICK M. I. HONEYCUTT A. W. BAILEY M. L. MCCORMICK MEMBERS C. W. ALFORD A. I. J. T. S. L. S. A. M. I. E. D. D. E. M. L. R. H. C. C. H. M. D. W. COURSEY DONALD FOXWORTH HONEYCUTT HUTCHISON MCNEIL MCCORMICK MOORE MCGEE MORSE POOLE JACK CAUSEY j. O. RUTLEDGE C. 1. STAPP j. H. SHARP C. C. THOMPSON C. W. WESLEY W. N. WARE- j. W. MOORE A. W. BAILEY ERNEST BROWN j. W. CAMPBELL H. A. DAWSON W. B. FOWLER R. T. HOLLINGSWORTH E. A. KING Anniversarian E. A. KING Anniversary Oralor R. T. HOLLINGSWORTH j. T. MASKE H. H. MELLARD H. H. LANSFORD W. S. PHILLIPS j. j. RAwLs L. B. ROBERTS L. M. SHARP JOHN SIMMS C. L. WHARTON A. M. WEST H. W. YOUNG J. F. WAITS 6 6 THE BOBASHELA aj E EA f v ................................ ......................... . .. ... 5 ....................... Q A -lj xx- . , 12, lvl X Q ff ,f ,. .W A ,fx M. HUNT ....,.. B. HEBERT, A. M. VVI-:ST . . K. WINDHAM, B. M. HUNT . C. THOMPSON. H. H. LANSFORD j. LOTTERHOS, E. A. KING . . . A. DAWSON. j. F. WATSON . X P14 I3 FF rn 3 ,Af ' if o ' .. -. A I: , XX .' f, 54, 0 .X .X ...-,.f. 'TL cm X X'--Q, ss' 2 XX A . . - F' D0 .,.qx5 - at ., .... I FXS X X M Ax U, . .-j"j'f . . 'rs ??Si?i:i'F21Effff 'Q at-142' A CD , r"' ' X 3 A Q3 'A .p-f W.. ru H U1 lf' f 19 X 5 X-I4 ... ,M.l.O.A. . . . University . . . . A.and.7U. . Afissfssippf College . . . . . Emory Birmingham-Southern Inter-Society Debaters Freshman Dcbale ERNEST BROWN AND R. H. Moons vi. j. B. SHEARER AND T. j. XVALI. Alidsessfon Dcbalc Debale Delmle Debaic Dcbalc Debale A. W. BAILEY AND j. D. NIUSSELWHITE vs. M. B. SWEARINGEN AND j. C. ELLIS C0 mmenccmenl Dcbale M. l. lqONl-IYCUTI' AND M. L. MCCORMICK vs. L. j. CALHOUN AND XV. E. Sroxas Page .sixly-four 5 6 THE BOBASHELA I '1:1:::1f:f11:1:1121f21::1:::1::'1:I2-- -T """"" """"" ' X LET C. W. A. M. B. M. o. C. E. o. W. E. F. J. Page sixty-he YMCA Young' Mengs Christian Association .ALFORD. . WEST. . HUNT . DAWIQINS . . BAIRD . . STOKES . . LOTTERHOS . DR. j. M. SULLIVAN OFFICERS . . Presfllenl L, B. HEBERT . . . . Secretary . . Vice-President H. B. COLLINS . . Treasurer CHAIRMAN OF COMMITTEES . . Devolional B. HARRIS . . . Self Help . , Bible Study E. M. ERVIN . . . . lllembership . . lwission Slucly R. F. HARRELL . . . . . Social . . Social Service O. RUTLEDGE . . . Finance . . . .Forum M. NI. BLACK . COMMITTEE FACULTY PROF. A. P. HAMILTON . Publicity PROF. M. C. XVHITE 6 6 THE BOBASHELA ag? ,- A College Night OLLEC-E night is an unusual event, held under the direction of the Y. M. C. A. and celebrated by the students on the Friday evening following the opening of school. This occasion holds an important place in the minds of . '22 the students, because it gives the old and the new students, as well as the j Jill, alumni, a chance to become acquainted in an informal manner. The fresh- men are given their first glimpse of college life and are welcomed into its activities by talks from a representative of the Purple and White staff, Bobashela staff, Athletic Council, Honor Council, literary societies, Ameri- can Legion, Y. M. C. A., and Y. W. C. A. Since many of the new students are not familiar with the nature of these organizations, they are afforded an opportunity early in their college life to acquaint themselves with the work. This meeting arouses much en- thusiasm among the old students, as it brings back memories of other years and compares them with prospects for the new. Entertaining features, consisting of music and stunts, comprise a part of the program. and the climax is reached in college songs and yells. The social hour that follows is by no means a small part of the evening's pleasure, for it is here that each knows the other as his fellow student. This is one of the most enjoyable occasions of the year, for it never fails to give expression to the true Millsaps spirit. Page sixty-six A 6 THE BQBASHELA 55? ,fe-- ,Q- 952 Q Blue Ridge MONG the many valuable features of the Y. M. C. A. is the opportunity to attend the Southern Students' Conference, which convenes in Blue Ridge, N. C., every summer. The conference grounds are situated in a cluster of mountains where the fresh breezes are laden with the odor of mountain Howers and the scenery of distant hills and golden sunsets is grand beyond description. Fifteen Millsaps students and two professors attended that conference last summer. On their way they passed through the French Broad River valley where the waterfalls and towering hills gave their first hint of the place to which they were going. After reaching Blue Ridge these men became famous mountain hikers, hearing the message that nature has for those who go to the woods where "no tears dim the sweet look that nature wears." Some of these men continued to take part in this outdoor life in the athletic games and contests in which three of our men won honors. There was amid this beauty of nature and enjoyment, a voice to the hundreds of students as they associated together and entered the services calling them to a higher life of unselfish service to humanity. The program was carefully planned to a regular schedule. The work consists of class work each morning in which the student could select the subject he wished. Such subjects as "The Social Principles of Jesus," "Negro Life in the South," HMissions," etc., were studied. The instructcrs were men picked from the various colleges and universities. i One hour each day was given to public meetings, where there was heard some of the world's greatest men and best speakers. These were hours of inspiration when students, teachers, ministers, statesmen, and missionaries were gathered in one great body with one great purpose, to know the man of Galilee and carry l-lis spirit to others. Mass singing and college yells were enjoyed in the dining hall, and in the Robert E.. Lee Hall one whole evening was given on stunt night for the demonstration of college spirit. ln the singing program the Millsaps quartet was often called on for a Hpeppyu number. It has been said that no student can attend the Blue Ridge conference and then be the same person again. If he really lives in that atmosphere he will be, he must be, a bigger, better man. "Blue Ridge, with the mountains encircling. "Blue Ridge, with its fun and its laughter, And the valley that lies between: With its days and nights of delightg The sun in his glorious splendor, Where the voices of children sound sweeter, Bathing all in a golden sheen. And the dim eyes of age grow more bright. "Blue Ridge, with its splendid endeavor, With its spirit and high, holy light, O help us, Great Master in heaven, To go forth and stand for the right." Page sixty-seven 6 6 THE BOBASHELA be, QI Q-is E X W Miss MIss MISS Miss Miss Miss Mlss Young Womenqs Christian Association OFFICERS RUTH THOM,FsoN ..... Presiilenl Mlss DALEI' CRAWFORD . . . Vice-President MISS CHAIRMAN OF COMM JOY KING .... . , Religious Mlss LURLINE PATTON . . . , Program Mrss DALEY CRAWFORD . . Membership Mlss EVALYN POWER . . . . Finance Miss -IOSEPHINE CRISLER . . . Library Mlss OUIDA CRAWFORD . . . Secretory EVALYN POWER . . . Treasurer ITTEES LUCILE NAIL ..... House Keeping ANNIE VIRDEN . . . House Furnishing NORMASTEL PEATRoss ..... Social ELIZIBETFI BRAME ..... Publicity DALEX' CRAWFORD ....... Undergraiiuale Represenlalivc Page sixlp-cigh! 6 THE BOBASHEL ,X f-XA I A Hi QB QR - .-If ,fx fx. . .WA-.1 V 1 1 7 A 5' ' -ff 4 ' 1 f ., f iff: -I ' 'f f V ' 1 , ig, 1 . L! . . 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XVARE J. F. WATSON C. W. WESLEY' O1'ro PORTER 6 6 THE BOBASHELA k b iii,-,ffff hs I 1 LJc'iJ A 6 THE BOBASHELA f?ffP -bx fo. G-'f-gf-D q l, x I 5 L.. I . n 1 U I U American Legion MEMBERS HENDRIX AVERA DAWSON L. B. ROBERTS j. M. LIOWORTH W. E. STOKES O. G. DAWKINS S. G. NOBLE A. W. BAILEY A. j. BOYLES W. B. FOWLER A. L. SI-IIPMAN j. C. ELLIS j. O. RUTLEDCE A. M. WEST H. H. LANSFORD j. B. SHEARER j. D. MUSSELWI-IITE L. B. HEBERT Page .sevenly-three I'-Q0 THE BOBASHELA CX Q, -ff- Q s 1 H f f 5 -, y -gf. 4, ,w ' Zn, 5 . 4 1 ,V , L V, ,A I f' E 'X xX - 13, , A-N 1.1 ! I UB TCL EN SELF-GOVERNM rr. fm W UI U e 5 :x .. lc 4. Q x: 7 Y I ' v 7 6 6 THE BoBAsHELA Sigh? ALTA. - L-.- L ESQ Z zl BRUNNER M. HUNT . . ANDREW j. BoYLEs . . Miss MATTEE BULLARD , Page scvenly-five BRUNNER M. HUNT . Mlss IVIATTEE BULLARD A. j. BOYLES , . . C. XV. ALFORD . . W. A. BAILEY . . E. O. BAIRD . . j. W. CAMPBELL . Honor Council OFFICERS MEMBERS . Chairman . Vice-Chairman Collegcfal- College-ab . , Senior . . Senior . . junior Sophomore . Fres hman . Sucrelary Large Large C1053 Class Class Class Class 5 6 THE BOBASHELA 'i he Je11y-Bean'i OLY gee," muttered Red, without stopping. "Whatta peach." Slowly the big car neared him, the voice of the gay crowd growing louder and more bofs'erous with every yard. "Sweet mamma," he breathed almost reverently as it drew nigh upon him. "W'onder if sheill be at the dance," and this last was his natural thought, for Red Williams was a jelly bean and had been gliding down the street with that strange gait known only to the species, a queer cross between a walk and a dance. Now of all the lower order of beings, the jelly-bean is the most misunderstood and the most harmless. He is, to begin with, the most creased and spotless, but nevertheless X apologizing every minute for his shoddy personal appearance. Though ordinarily pos- sessed with a remarkably small amount of' 'ibook sense," the make-up of the jelly-bean does not necessarily exclude learning. Education, however is a luxury hardly desir- able, since society requires only that one be versed in the vernacular of the day and "handle a wicked line." Next in order of importance is dancing. There is as much chance to bribe St, Peter at the gate as there is to be a jelly-bean without being able to obey the impulses inspired by the wailings of a syncopated orchestra. The finishing touch and mark of recognition is this: down the exact center of his head runs a white part. just such a person as this was Red, who progressed that August afternoon down Capital Street, the main business thoroughfare of Jackson, Mississippi. Reaching the Post Office he leaned his sloping shoulders against a lamp-post, lit a cigarette, and thus easily posed, fell into a reverie about the fair vision who had just that second passed him at the wheel of a powerful motor. What a profile as she passed! How he did love those little turned-up noses! And those big brown eyes, like a deer's, he thought. Oh Daddy! Didn't that hat show off her bobbed hair! Where was she from? Would she-? "Whonk, whankf' came the sharp horn of another car. "Come on, Red," called a cooing voice, and his mental operations snapped like a twig. As he looked around a crowd was pulling up to the curb to pick him up. Needless to say, Red piled in on the back seat. uvvhafs the matter, son," kidded fellow jelly. "gone to sleep on that post?" "Has some visitor for the dance chloroformed you?" joined a girl of the party. "john Roberts is absolutely cracked about this Babe Wright f'rom Delta. And so is Nolan and William and Tom and everybody else, and the funny thing about it is she hasn't been here more than two hours and none of them have met her. They just know who she is because some traveling man at the hotel told them, and they knew because he sold goods to her fathers plantation store and had seen her there at the place. l'm so scared I won't have a good time at the dance tonight that l'm almost petrified. Bess and I were just talking about we didn't believe we would go. Weren't we, Bess? What Bess said Red never knew. Immediately after flapper number one had spilled her fund of information, Red remembered he had very important business down town, and leaving the party too abruptly to be polite, he hastened back down the street to the hotel, to find this all-wise traveling man. "What's Red mooning about?" asked one of the bunch that he had left. "Do you suppose he's seen this bob-haired chicken and fallen for her like the rest?" "l hope he has," put in Bess Walker. "lt would serve him right. Going around here bragging about never having fallen for anybody, it would do him good for some vamp like her to string him as high as a kite and then let him dangle. You know how he did Mildred, don't you." "Yes," answered several together. Bess continued, "He went to see her for a while and fed her this line about her being the only girl in the world, and such stuff as that, and just when she began believing him and got to where she would break dates with other boys for him, he tells her that he had just been joking all along and asked her if she had really believed him." "Somebody will hand him a cold deal some of these days. just you watch," was the rather unmeaning comment of' another. Before more was said Robert, who was driving and saying remarkably little, decided to end the ride. and without further ceremony, for jelly-beans do not tolerate formality, he took the two girls to their respective homes in the same block, and turned the nose of the car toward the city. "Where are we going now?" asked his pal indifierently. mlmo the hotel," was the short response. ln the meantime Red had had little luck. He had received no promise of an introduction before the dance, he could find no assurance of getting a date with her, he did not even learn who it was she Page seventt: six 6 6 THE BOBASHELA C532 C- ,Q. 92-b ev was visiting. When Robert walked into the lobby on the same mission he found already congregate-rl nearly the entire stock of jackson boys, But they did not slay congregated long for each realized that in such a crowd nothing could be done, and each one was frank to admit that it was not a charity affair, and just what information anyone got belonged solely to himself, to use in any way for his advancement in the court of this brown-eyed queen. ln this frame of mind they had all leltt the hotel in a short while to dress for that eventful dance. II To thoroughly understand this story, to know just what l mean by a Delta vamp, it is necessary to know just a little about the delta of the Yazoo River. To begin with, it is a new country, or at least only lately developed, and the land in that section grows the finest cotton in the world. Even the fine staples of India and Egypt do not compare with it, and the planters who raise it grow suddenly wealthy practically overnight. When the price of cotton advances one cent the delta goes wild with joy. When it drops a few cents, it goes broke. Consequently in this land of the newly rich, of cotton gamblers, of headlong plungers and life long regretters, there has grown up a spirit of recklessness and worldliness that is unequaled anywhere in America. A man wealthy one day may be poor the next. If he makes a large sum of money easily he plunges it all right away into some wild venture and either becomes a millionaire or not only loses his gain but his house and home, the very clothes on his back. The influence of such changing fortune, such plunging, such riotous living, is clearly marked in every level of society there. From under such influence came Helen Wright, alias Babe, and it was because of this that all of the many things that had happened to the sleepy society of jackson, her visit was the most like that of a whirlwind, gathering first all obstacles into its vortex, and then casting them aside, broken and unrec- ognizable. So it was that Babe Wright happened in jackson that day, not as a visitor to any home but in an automobile party, her mother chaperoning, which was to go back on the next day a hundred miles through the country, after resting a few hours at the hotel. The time when she first burst in on the floor at the Elks ball room will be a moment long remembered in the annals of jackson jazz. Arrayed in a daring costume of black, dazzling with jetbeads, she came into the hall at almost a run, and pausing for just a moment barely inside, shook her bobbed hair and made the classic remark: "I feel like the last day of a misfit life." And a line of boys the entire length of the hall formed to meet her, hungrily waiting for any kind soul who might introduce them, to do so. Needless to say Babe Wright got a crush, and a big one, in which Red Wvilliams played no little part. He, having always been rather a successful manipulator of social puzzles, had managed to be one of her earliest new acquaintances, and although he was unable to make a date with her for an inter- mission, when he perhaps might be able to talk with better results, had, nevertheless, secured two breaks. in which he thought he could accomplish something. ln the first of these no-breaks Red thought he was doing very well, and Babe had not a shadow of ai doubt that she was succeeding nobly. She was a vamp "par excellence," and changed her mode of attack with each change of subject. Her conversation with Red was in part as follows: "Well, l'm back again, Babe. Think I'll move to the Delta. "Why move to the Delta, Red? Can l call you Red? I feel like we are such unusually good friends already, and then l'm just crazy about red-headed people anyhow." "Now don't kid me, Sugar, I'll believe every word you say." "Do you really, Red? l'm so glad you do. So many people think l'm insincere, but you know l'm telling you the truth. You're so big and strong and l feel so safe when lim dancing with you, 'cause l'm so little, and l just couldn't be insincere to you, could I?" Silence reigned for several moments, while Red groped in mental darkness after Babe had hurled this bomb into his supply of thought. "What's the matter? Did I hurt your feelings, Red?" Red sucked in his breath. "No," he gulped at last, helplessly. He had at last met his match, and the music ended mercifully just in time to keep him from going into a complete trance. He had swallowed it hook, line and sinker. Redis next no-break was the same, only this time it came in double closes. He t.od on air, walked in a rosy haze, as the poet says. O Boy! Think of being high man with such a dame as that one. And that last, long look she gave him out of those soft brown eyes when she said, "Red, l've had such a good time. You've been so good to me. Good night, Red. Think of me sometimes, will you?" "Would he? Ye gods! Was he a man of stone? Red felt as if his victory had been complete, and that night he slept the glorious, satisfying sleep of the innocent. Ill The next morning Red rose late, still in his rosy dream. He was unable to choke down any breakfast at all, and walked the mile from his house to town in actual preference to riding. All morning he Page seventy-seven 6 THE BOBASHELA '1' P90 g p A Q, :Se-,Q . Q xz' 1 i?,l., il, walked the streets, purposely avoiding any company whatever, in hopes of seeing just once more this priceless jewel of perfection. O lcindly fates! At or about one o'cloclc her party had partalcen of a small repast and leaving the hotel had piled into the car flor the homeward trip. Red on his regular rounds espied them and rushed up for his last farewell. And Babe KO how good it is to live, he thought, had evidenced the same pleasure at seeing him that he did at seeing her. And in this grand rush of goodbyes, a little to one side, she squeezed his hand and said, "Red, you're the grandest man. Won!! you write to me?" Poor Red, half stunned, looked up and they had gone before he could sufficiently gather himself to- gether to answer. Red did write, that very night, a long, touching masterpiece of many folders. And 0, how sweet is love! Before three days' time he had an answer. lt began thusly: "lVly great big red-headed cavemanf' and ended with a flourish just as eloquent and inspired. The letter consisted of one long elaboration of the thought that all she wanted to malce her perfectly happy was to see him once more. Red muttered a solemn ditto. It never rains but it pours. The very next day he got an invitation from the Midnight Club to a dance, requesting that he bring any lady. How admirably that suited him. Late that afternoon he wallced to the telephone. "Give me Long Distance," he bawled. "Long Distance, hello, Long Distance! ls that Long Distance? Hello, Sugar, listen, l want to talk to Miss Helen Wi'ight of Clarlcsdale. You lcnow who l am. Yes, that's right. Well, charge it to our phone, and try to get her before morning. All right. Much obliged. The number? O, yes. 2640. Well ta, ta, goodbye!" A long half hour he waited, impatiently, in the hall. Then the bell rang long and lusiily. He sprang at the receiver and yelled, ul-lellof' First he looked puzzled, then angry. "What," he said. "No, this is not the Charity Hospital." and banged the receiver on the hook. Ten minutes later the phone rang again. This time he answered more cheerfully. "Hello! Hello! Wlia-wha--WHAT?" His face was a study. "What you say? New Orleans? Married? What! Vvhen, you say? Yesterday?" The receiver dropped from his hand. Slowly he walked out of the front dcor. As he did so, two girls rode by in a car. They were Bess and Mildred. "Hello, Red!" they called. Red answered not, but strolled miserably out on the lawn, and the summer sun, setting in a riot of color, cast a long, lone, much drooping shadow across the yard. He had been strung in good fashion." M. B. S. is ff ' Page seventy-eight 0 THE BOBASHELA C, ,Q. 2-1----I--.' "' W. ---- --W -. I. ...T .Aan J .. 4 I p---,-Qi, I , ..1.g:,+f.-wp I '7"""""" , . . , . 'QQ " Q . k nR.?' Q., . ,n " ' L V . j. O. RUTLEDGE A. j. BOYLES - W. N. WARE C. W. WESLEY CHARLIE MCCORMICK W. C. EDWARDS E. K. WINDI-IAM Page sevenly-nine Alpha Pi Sigma MEMBERS E. D. HUTCHISON C. C. SULLIVAN A. W. BAILEY A. M. WEST j, M. HowoRrI-I j. E.. TURNER M. L. MCCORMICK J. C. ELLIS T. HONEYCUTT H. A. DAWSON L. B. RCBERTS B. HEBERT O. C.. DAWKINS j. L. MASKE M. L. 6 6 THEV BOBASHELA i V ........................ . Seashore Club MEMBERS joHN MOORE C. L. MCCORMICK M. PEEVY F. VU. MCEWEN M. L. MCCORMICK T. H. KING R. H. MooRE ll. H. MELLARD A. I.. ROUSE Page eighlu 6 A THE BOBASHELA fx- ,Q :QQ Q Scott-Newton County MEMBERS j. M. HOWORTH Page efghly-one F. R. NOBLIN A. j. Bovuzs O. B. TRIPLETT -I. L. MASKE F. M. CROSS j. W. MOORE j. B. ABNEY B. F. COURSEY VAN j. T. COURSEY W. N. XVARE 6 6 THE BOBASHELA 0- ,Q Q-E2 C52 .x -I " f? .Q- :4 . 5 Z VAR' K' f-4. ,, , Af. Q fi - ..- PM - 1:2237 , sm, 3' ' A , L i- 1 14 4 Louisiana Club MEMBERS M. M. BLACK S. L. BROWN H. B. COLLINS C. E.. CRISLER A. D. CASSITTY W. O. CHAPMAN R. F. HARRELL C. K. HEBERT L. B. HEBERT M. I. HUNNICUTT j. S. MIDDLETON D. W. POOL H. W. Youwc Miss RUTH THOMPSON, Mxss ALICE Surrox, Page eighty-luvo 6 u THE BOBASHELA 3, Gigs I I - - ..... ,,,.,. .... . ..... .,L., ...... ,..,..Q,,,,, ...Q 7 A , , +A.: , . . MISS ELIZABETH WILLS MISS NORMASTEEL PEATRoss MISS LUCILE NAIL C. E. CRISLER MIss CORNELIA ROBERTS MIss ANNE VIRDEN MISS NELLIE CLARK MISS BERTHA HINES H. P. FEIBLEMAN D. F. MCNf.lL j. W. STEEN E. E. HOWIE Mxss ELIZABETH QRISLER A. S. KENNINGTON A MISS FRANcEs MOORE j. A. DETERLY MISS GLADYS CAOLE Page eIgHy-llI1'cc Capitol City MEMBERS MISS GRACE MCMULLAN MISS MARGUERITE VOIGHT W. A. SCOTT L, W. LONC. MISS ADA MCDONNELL MISS HARRIET HERRI ec W. S. DETERLY MISS MATTIE HOBERT R. S. MCCARTY MISS ISABEL JOHNSTON NIISS OUIDA CRAWFORD MISS VIRGINIA DOWNIYC Mlss ROSA D. WHARTON M. B. SWEARINGEN MISS HELEN BALL C. C. SULLIVAN M. M. BLACK Vbsv ' . 1. ,. "f' ? L. j. CALHOUN MISS ELEANOR GENE SULLIVAN N. E. APPLEWHITE j. H. CAREER MIss MATTIE BULLARD MISS jox' KING B. C. EDWARDS E. B. BOATNER Miss RIVERS APPLEWHITE H. A. STOVALL MISS XVILLIE SPANN MISS LURLINE PATTON MISS BELLE LINDsAI' MISS EVELYN POWERS MISS ELIZABETH NVILLS H. H. KNOBLOCK MISS EMILY PLUMMER 6 THE BOBASHELA f- Q2 f W L 2 'B-7 ,s.........,....... - gig? lv MM x xv fx S 'A ..a..,4,A V-,pl ... v - T T. XYINSTEAD X , 5igr?5Qq24w,Ejg3p,.f5..N 1 -N . .- 1+ v ""?'1 . ' V ' y lr--1-iff lqgw B 4-K 'L 5. -A .3 'f V -1A' 5iSQ'A wa. Merldlan Club MEMBERS Counsm' , ll. M. DANIELS B, B, CRAVES K. A. IVIAXWELL jswsu. PlcoTT j. E. RAMSEY J. B. WOODS S. L. BROWN CRANDALL BEAVER NV. W. CONIBS C. HUNDLY Page cfglzly-four' ff 6 x 9 0 W 45 3 :P W , QNX MQ QQ Q9 Page efghly-ffve GLEH CLUB T C33 fj ii 75 kr ........ gn -Igggseazazsssiissezaizkizs. H: Q Thleiics 4 V r N MW 'Q KW R f lk j ESM 9 H M Q if X HW Nw M w4f,.f.?wf ' ffi V "l'1WV1r'ff " ,Y X !f7 Q Kc R b If A Xxx. f X , Af: b -. , K xegx ,j,'1::.Q: X Q ' v -X D if WR w I 1 ' 4 1 'fr , 1 , , f L j 2 ,, , "-- Q f f A' af fl Q Wk . ff 1 fs Q LIN ' I ln' X ' j ,V , gl' ' , f , ,: J- Il ,Y I 1 - X 41117: 1 5 ' ' 491. f' 1' ' , " 1 ' 4, f' - f Q- fljn 1' 'L Y 1. fa A S "Mm " f 1 'am 7 xx X HUM! wluplnnlll , X ' i :Y A X! ' !gl:,L ' Xf 'e X fx X 6 5 Q X ' N WI LL ,. f f ' X A f A fxfjl f N f ' ' 4 V X xv 1' '! if ' JMX- ' AVII E I . D 7 Q'- 1 Q ' 5 5 6 THE BOBASHELA I ,lim SPOIISOYS 3.I'lCl MEMS of HOHO1' Mlss MARY ELIZABETH WEEKS, West, Miss. Miss MILDRED MAccowAN, jackson, Miss. Sponsor of Foolball Team Maid of Honor of Foolball Team Miss ALVA ALEXANDER, Montrose, Miss. Miss LILLIAN HEFFNER, Holly Ridge, Miss Sponsor of Track Team Maid of Honor of Track Team Page eighty-seven 6 6 THE BOBASHELA ffS:.:..X X . fb- ,E . C21 s Q UE. ,2 A ' Sponsors and Maids of Honor Mlss DELTA MCLAURIN STEVENS, Brandon, Miss. Miss RUTH CORLEY, Lumberlon, Miss. Sponsor of Basffclball Team Nlaiil of Hfvnor of Baslfeiball Team Miss BERTHA HINES, jackson, Miss. Miss IQATHERINE HowlE, jackson, Miss. Sponsor of Baseball Team Ailafd of Honor of Baseball Team Page eigfwfy-eight 5 A THE BOBASHELA Q Athletic Council LEE BEVERLY HEBERT . . . . . . . President Athletic Association HENDRIX A. DAWSON . . . . . Vice-President Athletic Association BRUNNER M. HUNT . . . ..... Secretary Athletic Association W. P. BALES .......,... Athletic Director DR. D. M. KEY, Faculty Chairman of Athletics JOHN DAVIS MUssELwHl'rE . Student twanager of Athletics WALTER E.. STOKES ..... .... A ssistant twanager Baseball J. THOMAS COURSEY ..... . Assistant llftanagcr Bastfethalt ami Tennis OSMUND G. DAWKINS . . . ...... Assistant Ntanager Tract? E. K. WINDHAM . . . Assistant ltlanager Football Page eighty-nine 6 6 THE BOBASHELA Q-Sp -- 0, Ci?-fb "M" CLUB A A 6 THE BOBASHELA - O C, C-522, s Dr. Key has been our faculty director of athletics for four years. During that time he has won the admiration and highest respect of the student body by his efficient management. Clean athletics is his motto, and while he is at the helm we can be sure that Millsaps athletics will always be on the level. nely-one We know what Coach Bales can do and has done, and the student body be- lieves in him. He has been on the campus for two years, and his friendly, congenial manner has won him a host of friends. 6 6 THE BGBASHELA W C25-be -Ct Q. Q55 ' -if --fi! Coach Carpenter, better known as "Baby," was always on his job. His knowledge of football was of the highest standard. He was soul and body for each and every one of the squad. His motto was "fight, fight, and hght hard." The student body showed good judg- ment in selecting for this important position of student manager -lohn Davis Mussel- white. He has shown himself thoroughly capable in the supervision of the various branches of athletics. Page ninety-two 6 6 THE BOBASHELA QS-hp ,, 0, SEQ Athletics Page ninety-three HE arrival of Millsaps in the football world was not heralded by any brilliant success on the gridiron, but no such thing was expected as this was our first year and the majority of the team was raw material. At the end of the season there was a marked improvement in the work of the team and as we expect practically all of this year's varsity back we feel that next year, under the capable management ot Coach Bales, we will be able to make a much better success on the gridiron. We had a very good schedule, including Mississippi College, Howard, and Springhill, and we hope to play these teams next year on a more even basis. We are now facing our basketball season and believe that it will prove to be a very successful one. Coach Bales has rounded into shape a quin- tette that we think will be hard to beat. Much interest is being shown in basketball and there is much competition for places on the team. Looking over the material now on the campus we feel sure that we will put out a creditable baseball team and we hope once more to be able to carry away Mississippi Colleges goat. Track is coming to occupy a larger place in athletics at Millsaps and we are planning this year to take part in S. I. A. A. track as in other sports. Under the supervision of Coach Bales all freshmen are required to take two hours of athletics each week. This is a new event in the freshman life at Millsaps. We feel that besides developing them physically this exercise may bring out good material for our different teams. 6 6 THE BOBASHELA he no a file A er r EE K 'ef 7 Y 5 5? ri . f ' . ,ai Quiet-but you lcnow what a dynamo is like. Believes that actions speak louder than words, and acts accordingly. "Ship" has a good head on him, which means that his opponents have to work, work, work, or get left. 1 X " an , N 5 Q S., 774 35 E gi asf rt iitf We knew that Stokes. when elected baseball manager, would throw himself wholeheartedly into the work, and we were not disappointed, as is evidenced by the good schedule he has arranged. Page ninety-four 6 6 THE BOBASHELA . Gig? ,Os foe. ............. Q53 X1 ' 1 V 4 ' cl' 1 4a A' Coursey certainly macle it worth while for the men to make the basketball team for he has worked up one of the best schedules the team has had for a number of years. And clon't forget he is a crack tennis man, too. Page ninety-five We believe that it woulcl have been im- possible to get a better man for track man- ager than Dawkins. He is enthusiastic over anything connected with track, and has done more than anyone else to arouse interest in this branch of athletics. V' A 6 THE BOBASHELA AO ,L Gsm ...f" 5 '+ I COLLEGE FOOTBALL ..-,Q 6 6 THE BOBASHELA C63 -11--y-rr-1fv37-Frf--fm W BASKETBALL TEAM 6 6 THE BOBASHELA W R b F. M. O. G. J. W. 1. W. L. B. CROSS DAWRINS PIGOTI' SISTRUNR HEBERT Track Team MEMBERS D. W. PooLE j. W. IVIIDDLETONJ E. W. BROWN A. L. ROUSE L. E. ALFORD j. C. SIMMS T. T. XYINSTEAD H. B. COLLINS B. F. COURSE! j. E. RAMSEY Page ninelp-ciglzl 6 6 THE BOBASHELA .I ,lm BASEBALL TEAM 6 6 Q THE BOBASHELA 42:9 ,Q Q53 CQ, TENNIS CLUB Pg hdd 6 6 THE BOBASHELA 4.132 , -, ,G sb W5 CO-ED BASKETBALL TEAM one 5 6 THE BOBASHELA C59 ,,,,,3 QED 69 FOOTBALL VIEWS Pg hddl 6 6 THE BOBASHELA Gaels: . A A As the Vote Was Cast Favorite Study: Whiz Bang. Type of Girl Preferred: It lies between blond and brunette. Type of Boy Preferred: Tall brunette. Most Practical Man: "Dad" Tumlin. Most Popular Girl: Ada McDonnell. Most Modest Girl: Helen McKean. College Jelly-Bean: ,lack Causey. Handsomest Man: R. A. Bynum ahead of O. H. Scott. College Vamp: Elizabeth and "Nell" in close race. Best Student: Frederick Lotterhos. Best Athlete: Arthur L. Rouse. Wisest Man: B. M. Hunt, F. Lotterhos close second. Most Popular Man: B. B. Graves. Grouchiest Man: Morse ties Carr. Most Pious Man: Collye Alford. Biggest Bore: Bobby. Most Bashful Man: Beaman Triplett. Busiest Man: H. A. Dawson. Biggest Tobacco Bummer: Freshman Shearer. Freshest Freshman: Jamie Gant. Who Has Done Most for Millsaps: Ike, the presser: Stokes leads students. Best All-Round College Man: L. B. Herbert. Favorite Occupation: "Bulling." Reasons for Coming to Millsaps: To keep from milking the cows: because of ignorance: the best college in the state. Page one hundred three 6 6 THE BOBASHELA f? my I R 47 I A iE 5 X , Q ruvl V I Q f , .S v,'- Pig... 5 1 ' I . I... - I "::?f'7 L L S' uxll , , I , 4.12. Tu E - jg, 7 ' ,,- A- 9' .. .',Q . i f ' . I V ik . . - . , i Q, 3 X, All One Club MEMBERS j. T. COURSEY MISS ISABEL JOHNSTON MISS DALEY CRAWFORD F. j. LOTTERHOS L. B. HEBERT MISS ADA MCDONNE LL B. M. HUNT MISS HELEN MCKEAN MISS BERTHA HINES MISS GRACE MCMULLAN MISS WILLIE SPANN M. B, SWEARINCEN MISS ANNIE VIRDEN C. L. XVHARTON Page one lIunJreJ f.Iu BOOK IV 1.4444 ' , . . 44,-4 4 4'44..' ' .44 4 'H , Z- f, ' '.7'r"' ' "eq '.- 44,, ,4 4, H M.. 4 4 ' '- 4 ' 1 . . 4 I ',,'4'41 4 . , ,4 4' .44 4.4 , Q 1 44 4 'rw N I. , 44 ' 4445 '1 ' ' 4, .4 ' 4 4444 ' f ,. 4 4 ' 1 4u' -, 1 4 4 44. .4 4 ,, 4Y.. .- 4 - 41 4 4 4 4 4 444. um 4 ,,,4, 744 , 1 4 12, '4- 1 'rn A A 4 ' " 4 . G 4i"W'f's - 4- 4:44, 4 4' 424. 4 2 .4 4 .4 14 4: 4 , 4 I 4'.444',-,44 If ,.4 .I 44 ..,4. ..'. 404. 4 43.1 444 44 44 4 I4 if vu 4' 4 .4431-' 49144 ,44f:"". 2414 5 4. 4. V4 . Q 44, Y . 5 JW U4 M454 4 QR. Q-A 7.544 .4114 4. 4 4 4- 1 44 '41 'I ,n-.414q'A.A .4414-44'4:'44 4, 441 J, . 44 44. 4' Nl ,li 4" 4 44. 4 M4. 4 ' A 1-4 44' 1 V, 4. 4 .:-14 . I, 1 'Q-- 444. - A :YL 4" 'V W, 1? - W4 4 .- 44444.- X 4 -44 4 4 4 4 - 4 4"4 4 . 4 4 444, 4, 4 44 4 . 444. ,N U4 4' 1' 4 4 ,'..yI. 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V..-17 4.4-4,'1,.4., 44. . 4.4,-4 4 444.41 V444'-,TF ,L '45,-4 4:4 54.414,-.H.,j444,44.4!4Tf4i':4 ,4,.4Q- r.:'44,'4fj my- 4. ..-.14...'- 4 F44 .:4 4 4 4 -,..14.4-.44 4 4 -4 '4r'J'."".4'-426-'f ' "Blk 1-if 4 J' 4 -- ---44--A.........u..-.......'. . . .4. .- 'J 'H.'l."' :.','. -. 1122144444 'Elm W 44,-4 '14-' ' ' 4 4, 444. 'U' , 4,4 ,X 4 IJ.. It tn 'lf4"f'o' '. 4- 6 6 THE BOBASHELA . C92 A, ,Q is Q9 g -,Il ' Iei"'.sI,,, H N 635353 P. -asf' LX, A., "A I I .A v, .I -,. J. -" Alpl1a Alpha Sigma Kappa Kappa Kappa Kappa Pi Kappa A Pi Kappa A Kappa Della Kappa Della Phi Mu . . Phi Mu . Sigma Page one ltumlrcd .seven lplwa lplla Pan-Hellenic Council ...............ROBERTF.HARRELL . WALTER E. STOKES . BASCOMB B. GRAVES . BRUNNER M. HUNT . AUSTIN L.. SHIPMAN WILLIAM L. DAY . MATTEE BULLARD ADA IVICDONNEL . . WILLIE SPANN . LURLINE PATTON 6 THE BOBASHELA E9 39 Y Q Kappa Colors .' Crimson and Old Cold Flower: Magnolia and Red Rose Alpha . . Comma . Della . Epsilon . Zeta . Eta . Theta . . Kappa . Lambda . Nu . . Xi . Omicron Pi . Sigma . . Upsilon . Chi . . . Psi .. . . Omega . . . Alpha Alpha . Alpha Beta . . Alpha Gamma . Alpha Della . Alpha Zeta . Alpha Eta . . Alpha Theta . Alpha Kappa . Alpha Lambda Alpha Mu . . Alpha Nu . Alpha Xi . Alpha Omega . Alpha Pi . Alpha Rho . . Alpha Sigma . Alpha Tau . Alpha Phi . Alpha Omega . Bela Alpha . Bela Beta . Beta Camma . Beta Della . Bela Epsilon Beta Zeta . Beta Eta . . Beta Beta l Theta . ola . . Bela Kappa . Beta Lambda . Beta Mu. Beta Nu . . Bela Xi . . Founded at Washington and Lee University, 1865 Publication: "Kappa Alpha journal" ACTIVE CHAPTERS . Washington and Lee . University of Georgia . . . WoHord College . . Emory University . . . . Randolph-Macon . . . . . Richmond College . State University of Kentucky . . . . . . . . Mercer . . . University of Virginia Alabama Polytechnic Institute . . Southwestern University . . . . University of Texas . University of Tennessee . . . . . . Davidson . University of North Carolina . . . . . . . Vanderbilt . ..... Tulane . . . . Centre College . . . . . . Sewanee . . University of Alabama . . Louisiana State University . . William Jewel College . . William and Mary . . . . . Westminster . . . . Transylvania . . University of' Missouri . . . . . . johns Hopkins . . . . . Millsaps College George Washington University . . University of California . . . University of Arkansas . . . . . Leland Stanford . University of West Virginia . . . . . . Georgia Tech . . . . Hampden Sidney . . . . . . Trinity . . North Carolina State . . Missouri School of Mines . . . . . . . Bethany . College of Charleston . . . . . Georgetown . . . . . Delaware . , University of Florida . University of Oklahoma . . Washington University . ...... . Drury . . . Maryland State College Southern Methodist University . . . St. Johns College . Oglethorpe University . . Oklahoma A. Sz M. Page one hundred eight 6 A Q THE BOBASHELA C22 by ,Q gsm KAPPA ALPHA 6 0 THE BOBASHELA If CA O -J.,-1? Kappa Alpha FRATRES IN FACULTATE j. REESE LIN A. P. HAMILTON M. C. WHITE MAYRANT ADAMS j. T. CALHOUN WELLINC COLE I. C. ENOCHS CURTIS GREEN G. S. HAMILTON XVILKES HENRY F. L. MAYES PERCY MIMS JOHN MCLEAN W. H. PHILLIPS WILER POTTER H. M. QUIN. JR. M. ROBERTSON R. L. SANDERS j. P. SMITH H. THOMPSON I. VARDAMAN H. V. WATKINS G. Q. WHITFIELD ROBERT F. HARRELL BURTON C. FORD LAWRENCE XV. LONG R. CARTER O'FERRALI. TNOLAN E. CARROLL WILLIAM E. CAMPBELL JAMES W. CAMPBELL WILLIAM D. TYNES Pledge. FRATRES IN URBE ISHAM BEARD A. B. CAMPBELL SAM COOK E. N. FLOYD L. N. GADDIS W. H. HILZIM j. HEIDLEBURC LUTHER MANSHIP B. MOORE DR. MCDILL D. G. PHELPS A. R. PEEBLES G. W. REMBERT RAMSEY ROBERTS N. STEWART F. M. TAYLOR H. C. TYE j. K. VARDAMAN XV. H. WATKINS ED N'ERGER WEBSTER M. BUIE XIERGER CLIFTON RICHARD DOBBYNS A. W. FRIDGE FLOYD GADDIS A. Y. HARPER R. G. KENNINGTON C. W. MAY G. H. MOORE OSCAR NEWTON G. B. POWER DUNLAP PEEBLES S. V. ROBERTSON TED ROBIN T. P. SPARKS j. A. TEAT XV. R. SMITH S. R. XVHITTEN j. G. WATKINS XVIRT Nr!-IRCER Alpha Mu Chapter FRATRES IN COLLEGIO CLASS LEONARD Class WALTER Class NORMAN Class TPAUL C. CHARLES OF 1921 j. CALHOUN of 1922 E. STOKES of 1923 E. APPLEWHITE Of 19.24 BLOUNT H. CARR O. BEAMAN TRIPLETT TERRAL BROME P. L. CLIFTON F.. j. ELLZEY G. XV. GREEN HUGH GILLESPIE GEORGE HAMILTON L. L. NIAYES GEORGE MAY NILES MOSELY S. W. NEXVELL CHALMERS POTTER j. H. PHENIX j. XV. ROBERTSON j. XV. SANDERS G. C. SWEARINGEN G. L. TEAT BERNUE SMITH A. F. XVATKINS, JR. C. XVILLIAMSON G. S. PATTON IVIARVIN M. BLACK FREDERICK ul. LOTTERHOS MACK B. SWEARINCEN IHIUBBARD C. TYNE A. E. CASSITY GUS FORD TCH.-XRLES MACGOWAN GEORGE XV. ARMSTRONG Page one funf J I 6 6 THE BQBASHELA T .Q Q, is X Q Colors: Scarlet, P . Alpha Rho . Beta Kappa . Gamma Epsilon Gamma Pi . Alpha Epsilon Beta Iota . Gamma Iota . Beta Della . , Alpha Della . Gamma Phi . Sl. . . . Eta... Nu . . . Alpha Eta . Delta . . Alpha Mu . . Beta Upsilon . Alpha Beta . Beta Eta . . Gamma . . . Alpha Upsilon Lamlnla . . Omega . . . Alpha Sigma Gamma Xi . Alpha Gamma Alpha Pi . . Beta Epsilon . Gamma Beta . Beta Rho . . Alpha Omega Beta Sigma . Xi .... Gamma Psi . Tau . . . Beta Omega . Gamma Tau . Beta Xi . . Beta Psi . . Gamma Theta Gamma Sigma Beta Tau . . Kappa Sigma Founded at University of Bologna, I-100 Emerald and White Flower: Lily-of-the-Valley Founded at University of Virginia, l867 Publications: "The Caduceusi' and MStar and Crescenti' ACTIVE CHAPTERS . . University of Maine . . . . . Bowdoin . . New Hampshire . . . . . . . Dartmouth . . . . . . . Mass.Tech. . . University of Pennsylvania ......,l..eh1gh . . . Syracuse University . . Washington and jefferson . . Pennsylvania State College . . West Virginia University . . . . Kandolph-Macon . William and Mary . . . George Washington . . . . . . . Davidson . University of North Carolina . . . . N. C. E.. and E. . . . . . Mercer . . . Auburn . . . . . L. S. U. . . . . . , Millsaps . University of Tennessee . . . . . . Sewanee . . . .Ohio State . . . . . . Denison . University of Illinois . . . . . . Wabasli . . University of Wisconsin . University of Chicago . . University of lowa . . . . William Jewell . . Washington University . . University of Arkansas . . Oklahoma A. and M. . . University of Texas . . Colorado College . . University of Colorado . , University of California . . University of Washington University of Idaho . . Ore on A ricultural Colle e 2 2 ' Us . . . . . Baker University Gamma Omicron . . . University of Kansas Gamma Omega Page one hunalrecl eleven . . . University of Pittsburg Alpha Lambda Bela Alpha . Gamma Delta , Gamma Eta , Fi .... Alpha Kappa . Gamma Zeta . Gamma Upsilon Alpha Phi . . Beta Pi . Zeta . lllu . . . Upsilon . . Bela Beta . Eta Prime . Alpha Nu . Beta . . . Alpha Tau . . Beta Lambda . Sigma . . . Kappa . . Phi . . Beta Nu . Beta Phi . Chi .... Alpha Zeta . Alpha Chi . Bela Theta . Beta lllu . . Gamma Lamhtla Beta Gamma . Bela Chi . . Gamma Kappa lota .... Bela Omicron . . Gamma Gamma Beta Zeta . . Gamma Rho Gamma Alpha Gamma Mu . Alpha Psi . . Gamma Nu . Gamma Chi . . University of Vermont . . , Brown University . . Mass. Agr. College . . . . Harvard . . . . Swarthmore . . . . . . Cornell . . New York University . . . . . Rutgers . . . . . Bucknell . . . . . Dickinson . University of Virginia . . Washington and Lee . . . Hampden Sidney . . . . Richmond . . . . . Trinity . . . . . . Wohord . University of Alabama . . . . Georgia Tech . University of Georgia . . . . . . Tulane . . . Vanderbilt . . . . . . S. P. U. . University of Kentucky . . . . . Case School . . . . . . Purdue . University of Michigan . . . . . Lake Forest . University of Indiana . University of Minnesota . . lowa State College . University of Missouri Missouri School of Mines . University of Oklahoma . Southwestern University . University oh Denver Colorado School of Mines . . . Leland Stanford . University of Arizona . . University of Oregon . . . Washington State . University of Nebraska . . . . . . Wasburn Kansas State Agr. College 6 6 THE BQBASHELA C-52? A 0 Sw x KAPPA SIGMA Page on h J d I THE BOBASHELA C.-F2 If-,161 ED Kappa Sigma F RATRES IN FACULTATE GEORGE LO1'r HARRELL JOHN LAMBUTH FERGUSON C. A. ALEXANDER J. A. BAKER T. H. BINGHAM L. EvANS A. A. GREEN, JR. EDGAR GUNNING H. G. JOHNSON W. H. LEWIS H. F. MAGEE EUGENE MORSE A. M. OwEN J. S. RHODES FULTON THOMPSON HUD HARRIS WILBUR OLIPHANT ED STILES S. C. COLE BRUNNER M. HUNT CHARLES C. THOMPSON ESKER K. WINDHAM SPENCER L. BROWN SD. D. CULLEY '5Pledged. Page one hundred thirteen FRATRES IN URBE C. WATERHOUSE J. A. ALEXANDER WALDO BAILEY LONGSTREET CAVETI' E. H. GALLOWAY W. M. GREEN W. S. HAMILTON SAM JOHNSON J. H. MORRIS CLYDE MCGEE J. N. MGLEAN R. B. RICKETTS SIDNEY ROBINSON J. M. JI-'HORNTON CARTER STERLING C. C. SULLIVAN J. R. BRYANT, JR. J. F. ROBINSON Alpha Upsilon Chapter F RATRES IN COLLEGIO Class of 1921 BASCOM B. GRAVES "H. A. DAWSON Class of 1922 CARUTHERS C. SULLIVAN W. BASIL FOWLER Class of 1923 SIMMONS L. DONALD JACK CAUSEY Class of 1924 'AARTHUR L. ROUSE .JOHN E. RAMSEY J. M. ALEXANDER CRADY BUTLER W. T. DAVIS A. W. GARRAWAY F. E. GUNTER J. G. JOHNSON WILTON JOHNSON JERRY MONTGOMERY H. B. MCGEE A. M. NELSON. JR. J. B. RICKETTS J. T. ROBINSON N. B. LANGFORD S. E. MORSE C. G. VENTRESS HORACE L. VILLEE G. W. HUDDLESTON BOYD C. EDWARDS JOHN DAVIS MUSSELWHITE H. MCDONALD MORSE TRUSSELL A. BYNUM TR. B. REEvES 5 6 THE BOBASHELA C 1, j-X- fl Cf'-E1'3 -li ! x v Pi Kappa Alpha Founded at University of Virginia, i868 Colors : Garnet and Cold Flower : Lily-of-the-Valley Psi . Alpha Alpha Alpha Alpha Alpha Alpha Alpha Alpha Alpha Alpha Alpha Publication: "The Shield and Diamond" ACTIVE CHAPTERS Alpha . Beta . Comma . Delta . Zeta , . Eta . . Theta . . University of Virginia . . . . . Davidson . . William and Mary . . Southern University . . University of Tennessee . . . . . . . . Fl-l.ll8l'lC . . Southwestern Presbyterian University Iota . ....... Hampden-Sidney Kappa . . . . Transylvania Omicron ....... Richmond Pi . . . . Washington and Lee Tao . . . . University of North Carolina Upsilon . . .Alabama Polytechnic Institute . . . . North Georgia, Agr. College Omega . . . Alpha ......... Trinity Alpha Comma . . Della . ..... Georgia Tech Alpha Epsilon . Zeta . . University of Arkansas Alpha Eta . lata . ...... Millsaps Alpha Kappa . Lamlvila . ..... Georgetown Alpha Nu . Xi . . . . University of Cincinnati Alpha Ornicron Pi . ....... Howard Alpha Rho . Sigma . . . University of California Alpha Tau Upsilon . . . New York University Alpha Phi . Chi ...... Syracuse University Alpha Psi . . . Omega . . . Kansas State Agr. College Beta Beta . Bula Gamma Beta Delta Beta Epsilon Beta Zeta , Beta Eta . Bula Theta . Beta lata . Beta Kappa Beta Lamhrla Beta llflu . Bela Nu . , . Bula . Beta Omicron Bela Alpha . . . University of Washington University of Kansas . University of New Mexico Western Reserve University Southern Methodist University . . . University of Illinois . ...... Cornell . . . Beloit College . . Emory University . . Washington University . . , University of Texas . Oregon Agricultural College . . University of Wisconsin . University of Oklahoma Kentucky State University Louisiana State University ....N.C.A.8tM. . . . . Florida State Missouri School of Mines . University of Missouri . . . , Southwestern , . Ghio State University . . University of Utah . . Iowa State University Rutgers Pennsylvania State College Page one huntlrt-tl fourteen 6 A THE BOBASHELA f,:,x IC, D Z '83 -6 ' ' f .ff ' fi 7f'?i+1'Tif.iQ?Ff?"7?l5ffl'T,Ti, F ' '3?3"7?3P"f+1?i 52. ,y 1 pr- Page one hundred fifleen ,Jn I Pl KAPPA ALPHA .Us H -J is 3 sg 5 6 THE BOBASHELA :sap UQ STUART G. NOBLE W. B. MURRAH C. W. CRISLER JOHN VITTLE j. F. FLINT G. W. LESTER PAUL BELLENGER LEE BERvERLY HEBERT HENRY LAWRENCE C. CORBAN j. F. RUFFIN PRENTIss E. SMITH GEoRGE B. WATTS "'R. E. SYLVERSTEIN O. H. Scorr T. H. KING "'Pledgecl. Pi Kappa Alpha F RATRES IN FACULTATE DEwEY S. DEARMAN FRATRES IN URBE EDWIN -,ONES L. W. REED O. B. TAYLOR KIRBY SWINNEY J. T. MURRAI-I j. W. CRISLER W. H. HILL Alpha Iota Chapter B.C FRATRES IN COLLEGIO Class of 1921 H. H. LANSFORD AUSTIN L. SI-IIPMAN Class of i922 OLLINS JOHN Class of l923 H. H. MELLARD RODOLPH DOSSETT JOSEPH M. HOWORTH LEIGH WATKINS Class of 1924 TGEORGE H. BRANTLEY GUY HEBERT SAM BALL B. HARRIS MIGI-IAEL C. HUNTLEY F.. B. COOPER JOHN GREEN C. H. MILLER JOHN LYLE FRANK T. SCOTT L. H. jAcKsoN WILLIAM L. DAY B. S. RUFFIN CHARLES L. XVHARTON E. BURKE BOATNER FRANK REED TL. j. GRIEFIS j. A. VEST TJAMIS CANT Page one lzumlred Ixleen 5 o THE BOBASHELA ::::m:::: ---- ::::::::::::::::::1 'wsu:IHaaaaaasaasaasia52areaaasssssssssseassssszsassess 2 5 l ............................................. : ..................,.... ....... 505 if j l Humor Senior: "Why slaughter the elephants in Africa when there is so much ivory in the Freshman Class?" Freshman: "I-?-?-?-?" 8 8 as Hebert: "Say, can you give a reason why board is so high and then we rarely ever get any meal to eat at the dormitory?" Ellis: "Oh yes, it costs money these days even to read about meat, you bet your bottom dollar. just a short while ago the original manuscript of l..amb's essay on UR0ast Pig" sold for St2,600." 8- R5 as It is hard to convince n freshman that it is better to have loved and lost after he has balanced his bank account. vt- vt- vs Prof. Lin: "What happened to Babylon?" Poole: "It fell." Prof.: "What happened to Tyre?" Poole: "It was punctured." vt- as 15 Dr. Xvatkins meets his daughter on way to main building-uHello, my daughter, how is you father today?" vs an as "Cheer un, Rawls, don't worrv about that girl. Remember theres o'her fish in the sea." Rawls: "Yes, but the last one took all myibaitf' 96 -F ff- Musselwhite to Joe Abney: "Say, joe, we have women voters now." joe: "Yes, and these short skirts make a lot of women look like little girls." Musselwhite: "Thats right, you got to be careful who you try to pat on the head." -Y' 55 -F Miss lz "I hate to think of my twentieth birthday." Lansford: "Please don't bring up the past." M as as Windham: "Was she violent when you asked her to be your bride?" Fish: "Was she? Great scott, I thought she would squeeze me to death! -'F 3- FF Sharp: "I thought you had Chemistry last year." Hollingsworth: "I did, but Sully encored me." Qt- AG as Hunt in Caesar Class: "What did Caesar exclaim when Brutus stabbed him?" Freshman Cant: "Ouch." at FF as In Education I: "Why will a man take a university course to be a farmer?" Coursey: "To aid him in arguing with his mules." as as as Bronco in Math: "But goodness gracious, your analysis of that problem has such a hollow ring." Freshie: "Yes, doctor: that's the result of speaking with such an empty stomach." Jr- as as In Sociology Class: "What animal makes the nearest approach to man?" Leigh Watkins: "The cootief' as as 95 Freshman Winstead to little boy: "Do you ever peep through the key hole when I am sitting in the parlor with your sister?" Small Brother Qwith a burst of laughtzilz "Sometimes, when mother ain't there looking." as as as Red Carr: "Are you good at your work? I am very particular about the way my hair is cut." Dad: "Well, I'm reckoned fairly decent, but if you like l'll do one side of your head first so that you can look for yourself." as vs as joe Abney: "I don't see why Dr. Watkins don't have some steam in these inspiratorsf' as as 95 Dr. Mitchell: "How do you make V equal X?" Ellis: "I don't know. If I did I wouldn't be broke so often." Page one hundred seventeen 6 THE BOBASHELA ff - ,,...........................,,. .......... N ......,.....,,. QJ QQ QE KAPPA DE LTA SORORITY Page onel J 1' gh! 6 THE BQBASHELA W Kappa Delta Founded at Virginia Slate Normal Female College, Colors: Olive Green and While PLlbll.CHllUN.' "Angeles" SORORES IN URBE MRS. JACK GREAVES MISS SARAH GRAVES MISS MRS. FORREST COOPER MISS DELIA GRAVES MRS. MISS JULIA MAE VON SEUTTER MISS ELIZABETH MANSHIP MISS MISS ELLA LEE MISS KATHERINE HARRIS MRS. MISS ALICE LEWIS MISS HENRIETTA SRINNER MRS. MRS. V. B. HATHORNE MISS JOSEPHINE LEWIS MISS MISS JANE WILLIAMS MRS. HARWELL DAVIS MISS MISS MATTIE WITHERS MISS FANNIE BUCK MISS MISS RUTH REED Mu Chapter SORORES IN COLLEGIO Class of 1921 MISS MATTEE BULLARD MISS ANNIE CRIS Class of 19.22 MISS MIRIAM JOY KING MISS ADA MCDONNELL MISS MISS RUTH THOMPSON MISS MISS ROSENA DUNBAR WHARTON MISS EMILY PLUMMER 'MISS MAE HART RICHARDSON MISS ANNA BELLE CRAFT xpleclge. Page one humlrczl ninclcen MISS MISS MISS MISS Class of 1923 KATHERINE HOWIE Class of 1924 MARCERET LOTT HARRIET HERRING EVALYN POWER MYNELLE WESTRROOR MISS MISS MISS MISS l897 Flower : Whi DAISY ROGERS BARRET JONES MARY SHURLDS WILLARD HARDING HERBERT OWENS OTTIE BRANSTETTER IDA HARRIS MAE DOWNING LER HELEN MCKEAN HELEN PAYNE BALL DALEI' CRAWFORD MARINE TULL VIRGINIA DOWNING 'YMISS LOUISA TUCKER EMISS FLORENCE JONES te Rose 6 THE BOBASHELA Q C-52:5 Ax ,Q :QQ C59 GQVK Cf6 PHI MU SORORITY Pageo fzdd y 5 6 THE BOBASHELA Gig? ,ff-- ,OA ggb U ' CKE G 12 -X Colors I Rose MISS RUTH ALFORD MISS GLADYS ALFORD MISS CATHERINE BAILEY MRS. MARY B. CLARK MISS IONE GREEN MISS SALLIE BELLE PMRTFIFLD Founcle MISS MISS MISS MIss MISS Phi Mu cl al Wesleyan College In 1852 Pulvlfcalfon : "AglaIa" SORORES IN URBE MISS MISS MISS MISS MISS NIISS CLARA VIRGINIA HARTFIELD REBECCA HARTFIELD MARGARET GREEN CLARA BAUER JOHNSON ELSIE MOORE Epsilon Chapter SORORES IN COLLEGIO Class of 1921 Flower : Rose Carnation MAUDE XVYS KENNEDY CRAWFORD SWE? RINCEN FANNIE VIRDEN OLIVE XVATKINS MARCERET WATxINs ELIZABETH XVATKINS MISS WILLIE SPANN MIss LURLINE PATTON MISS ELIZABETH CRKSLER MISS NORIVIASTEL PEATROSS MISS RIVERS APIILEWHITE MISS MAL JOHNSTON MISS ARY LOTTERHOS Page one hundred iwenly-one MIss MISS MISS MISS MISS Class of 1922 MISS NELLIE CLARK Class of 1923 ELIZAEETH WILLS MISS MIss Class of 1924 ELEANOR GENE SULLIVAN MIss EVELYN O'BRlANT MISS ALICE BRISCOE MIss EUN:CE CAMPBELL ISABEL JOHNSTON ANNIE XIIRDEN CORNELIA ROBERTS NIARY NELL BOYD FRANCES MOORE 6 A THE BOBASHELA J L' SIGMA UPSI LON Pg lzdd 6 6 L THE EOEASHELA 'txt' ' ............ .............,. ... E ..........., . QD - I Sigma Upsilon Kit Kat Chapter L. B. HEBERT F. j. LOTTERHOS B. M. HUNT H. A. DAWSON L. j. CALHOUN M. B. SWEARINGEN FACULTY MEMBERS DR. S. G. NOBLE j. L. FERGUSON M. C. I-IUNTLEY M. C. WHITE Soplierim . Calumet . . . Osiris . ..... Senior Round Table Odd Number Club . Boar's Head . . . Scribblers . Ki! Kal . . Scarabs . Scribes . . , Cajee House . Forlnighlly . . Allie .... Crub Street . Cordon-Hope . Blue Pencil . Sprinx . . . Ye Tabard Inn Page one liirniireii twenty-three FRATERNITY ROLL . . Sewanee . . . . .Vanderbilt . . . .. Randolph-Macon University Of Georgia University of North Carolina . . . . . . Transylvania . . University of Mississippi Millsaps . . , University of Texas University Of North Carolina . . . . Emory University . ...... Trinity . . University of Alabama . University of Washington . . . William and Mary . . Daviclson College . . Hampden Siclney . University of Oregon 6 6 THE BOBASHELA C53 C50 1525- MASONIC CLUB c one hundred in-enly 6 THE BOBASHELA Page one hundred twenty-five Masonic MEMBERS O. H. SCOTT JIM SHARP A. j. BoYLEs F. j. LOTTERHOS O. C. DAWKINS C. W. WIESLEY j. R. HARDY NV. P. BALES bl. R. HILLMAN R. T. HOLLINGSWORTH W. N. WARE j. F. WATSON OTTO PORTER M. M. MCGOWAN 6 6 THE BGBASHELA if 2::I:II:I2:::::::::::2::::::::::: 'IQI1Ill.::::::EE:::1iIEESEEEIEEEEEEEEEEEEEEQEEE5555? ,CQ?V! P ' " " "" """"' """""" - ""' ""' ' """"""" ? -Pdf! ' I-Iumor Prof. Lin in History: "ML Xxfatkins, why are you so proud that you live in a large country?" Leight: "Because I would have more room to retreat when the enemy invaded us." as fs as Hambone: "The three hardest things in the world to do are: "First, to make a speech. "Second, to climb a rail leaning toward me. "Third, to court a girl leaning from me." as as as Dr. Sullivan and Prof. Harrel on way to town.--Car trouble. Prof. Harrell: "Say, Sully, we have it now." Prof. Sullivan: "Wliat? Red, what do ycu mean?" Prof. Harrell: "Perpetual motion-I can't stcp her." as is as After Ray had completed his new course in the alphabet under Windham's instruc- tion, he was heard to ask if Adam was the first man. Bailey: "Yes, why?" Ray: "Didn't he have any upperclassmen?" Bailey: "Why no, of course not." Ray fstill rubbing where Wiiidham had beenl: "But I know he was a lucky guy." ' as -i1 fs In Chemistry Class: "Now, young gentlemen, in what combination is gold most quickly released?" W. N. Wai'e: "Marriage," A1 44 -5 John Rutledge practicing scripture for the Y. M. C. A. meeting: "Much words maketh a joyful noise." as -3' 46 DISCUSSING ECONOMICS Ouida Crawford: "Right now there are four thousand avocations open to womenf Bailey: "What are they?" Ouida: "One of them is marriage, another is-is-dear me, I-I have forgotten the others." :,: as 331 Sully in Zoology: "Whe1'e do bugs go in winter?" Shorty Baird: "Search me." ,F ,F A. Hambone in German class: "Miss Crawford, please parse ,kiss'." Miss Daley: "A kiss is a noun used as a conjunction. more common than proper, never declined, used in the plural with 'we.' as as As DEDICATED TG I-IASH Tell me not in mournful numbers, That we meet again today, All the scraps we left on Sunday. In hash we eat today. 55 3- 5:5 Ada: uljess up now, B., that you boys like talkative girls as well as you do others." 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Qiwlkfliz H ui iff V: 1 l m. A Q - ff 5 Q , W Wk' J ff M M LQ ,-A, ' ,1 E 4 ' 1 , f ig i'5"5,"j UQZ' 5 ifzgf' .,'Q lQeff fgi Pg hddt ty A 4 THE BOBASHELA 6-5? l- ,Q , C,-El,-s T-, g -14,1 Senior Class JOHN R. BOWER Tullviler, Mississippi lwvnliss LiIf'l'8l'y Sm-iety, A. B. CHAPMAN Raymond, Mississippi I'u-miss I,ite-rary Sucietyg Hi YQ FO-wthall, '21. JAMES JEFFERSON DILLARD Roumiamap, Mississippi Q-1-1'f-tzlry lJl'l'IltlSS I,itw1'a1'y Simi!-ly, '201 F4-4-tl-ull. 'Eng 'l'1'e-nslxlw-1' Arlmlf,-tim' Assn:-iatiun, '31: P1--sr-nt Business llllllllyffl' P. at XV., 'tlp 1iBprJ1'lL'l' Iii Y., '21, CAREY P. DODDS Tulwiler, Mississippi 1'l't'lltiS5 Literary Suciety. GEORGE AUOUSTUS CANDY Sanford. Mississippi Iinsi-hull, 'll'-'2lg Pri-sidi-m l'1'vn1iss I,iu-muy Sn- ru-ty. '10-'213 SE'1'I'1'ILll'y :xml 'l'1'e:1su1'n-1' AtI1l1-liv As- -eiwinliml, '!lI: l'1wsiml+-nt Ili Y. 'jlg .'Xk'1lli"Illj' I':lill0l' Hubuslmelu, 'UIQ Iiepnrlcl' P. it XV. 'Ili Mnnng-1' Fmstlmll, 'ilg Basketball, '31. Page one hundred thirty A A THE BOBASHELA Q U? Senior Class J. F. GARST Silver Cily, Mississippi I'I'oIItiss I.itl'lD.l'y Sncivtyg Fnotlrall, '21, HENRY HARRISON JENNINGS Tulzviler, Mississippi I'I't-IItiss LitvI'n.I'y Societyg Glee Club, '21, HUGH GODWIN facffson, Mississippi l'I'eIItiss Lilerary Society. QUINNIE MCCORMICK Summll, Mississippi filet' Club. '21, Football, '21g Baskutball, '21. JAMES MIDDLETON faclfson, Mississippi PAUL MORRIS I Dancey, Alabama 1"I'6'llllSS Literary Society, Hi YQ Sub Baseball, '20-'21, CHESTER F. NELSON Crenshaw, Mississippi Baan-ball, 'lllg lvlanager Baseball, 'SOL Capt. Bas- ketball, 'ZUQ Captain Football, '20-'21, Presirlw-IIt Athletic Association, '220: X7lC0-Pl'k'Sldt'llt '21, Xvlll- ner Athlnltic Mt-dal, 'ZZOQ S9l'g6i1llt-ill-lAl'Fl1S. P. L. S., '20-'21, Presirlent B. D., '21g Baseball, '21g Basket- ball, '21, Hi Y. RALPH STEVENS THOMPSON Boguc Chillo, Mississippi Chl-QI' Leader, '21g Glee Club, '21, Pre-ntiss Literary Society. 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PARKER, ALTON Page one hundred lhirly-seven 6 6 THE BOBASHELA CS? ,Q 0- Q52-Q Q Q , D. M. DUKES . I. H. BALL CHESTER BOYLES B. BENSON . . V. E. CHALFANT R. H. THOMPSON - CARTER . Ministers' League . . . . PfL,5fL1CHl . . Program Commillee Secretary and Trcasurcr . Vice-Prcsfdcnl Page one hundred lfvirip-eig71l 6 A THE BOBASHELA ,Q ,Q QS-S 5J .xx J ff6 GEORGE CANDY . . . W. B. HOOKER . B. BENSON J-J J. B. WOODS JOE STEVENS R. S. THOMPSON YERGER E. LEGETTE JOE COLLINS R. BUSH A. B. CHAPMAN Page ole hundred thirly-nine DILLARD Hi Y Club OFFICERS MEMBERS D. M. DUKES G. GUILD GEORGE GANDY B. BENSON FRANK VIROEN L. H. DAVIS R. W. THOMSON W. E. ARMSTRONG I .-, , Presidenl Vice-Presidenl . . . Secretary Reporter R. THOMPSON PAUL MORRIS R. H. BENSON I. H. BALL C. F. NELSON JACK LIGON W. B. HOOKER J. J. DILLARD 6 6 THE BOBASHELA ! 1? Prentiss Literary Society OFFICERS FIRST TERM GEORGE CANDY . . . ....... ,.... P rcsidenl W. B. HOOKER .... . . Vice-Pri-siJcnl C. K. SMITH . . , . . Sccrclary B. 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N F21 E CHEN EY TIES gZg2g 1' ' 5:55 4, KAHN TAILORING , E TOWN TALK CAPS i3f3ff '5ii X X I l2:1: i:z..1 1 A : f:': ,fin I jgrgl E WILSON sox Q44 .h ,jg E ARROW COLLARS 2 -. fs 515:1 - E WILSON UNDERWEAR '. E ' ll? 523155 5 " 33555 1 I ' .: . l'u'o'q'Q E . 5:35:12 ' "N fi m.,,,,.H1"""" """ ' ' " ' i " """WWIl1lNW ft- G ' P - . qv- -.-"...-:':g.g-'-'-.- . -.5-g-2-' .:Z' !".2.' -.-- .. ' 1 '.'.'2-I-I-9 'I-:Z-tg ,f ' ' Q. M ., '- :gig 33,-. z-:-4.3:-2-.-" f':-:':f:33:f:3: g. g3gg5g.5.3,,,.,:-.,:g"" '-533 Q 1 325.3 Royal Hotel Building Jackson, Mississippi THE BOBASHELA 0" 5553? ,Qt ,At The Emporium Successors to S. J. JOHNSON COMPANY Corner Capitol and Congress Streets Jackson's Greatest Store Agents for Manhattan Shirts Stetson Hats AND Edwin Clapp Shoes HOME OF I Society Brand Clothes You'll see the highest types of suits here because they are So- ciety Brand, the good all-wool quality, properly tailored, the kind that hold theireshape and give complete satisfaction. A great selection of snappy styles for men and young men. 6 6 I ,, THE EOEASHELA , .ffvffss -e I" V i P BUY GOOD CLOTHES l tk llpx i They cost less than poor clothes in the long run. K' You won't have to buy clothes so often. I ' ' ' gf! xp Even when they begin to get old, good clothes ,E J I look better than new clothes cheaply made. A . l l merchant who sells good clothes knows the same Im thing about prices. i ,f-3 4 g il ll ' Stratford Clothes l Ll! Are featured in this store because we believe Q K -i E- them to be the best. i A PQ DUKE sz LASETER 'alt' I .... . MEN'S WEAR Hllrley' Shoes, C. 8: K. Hats, Vassar Underwear, Phoenix Hose THE CAPITAL NATIGNAL BANK JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI Capital ........... - ........................... .... S 200,000.00 Stockholders' Liabilities .. .... 200,000.00 Surplus Earned ........ .... 2 00,000.00 S600,000.00 Designated Depository of the United States, State of Mississippi and the City of Jackson OFFICERS Thad B. Lampton, President Amos R. Johnston, Vice President W. M. Buie, Vice President Edward W. Freeman, Vice President W. C. Allen, Assistant Cashier DIRECTORS Ben Hart W. E. Guild W. B. Jones James A. Alexander J. C. IVlcGee W. M. Buie Logan Phillips Thad B. Lampton YOUR ACCOUNT SOLICITED 6 6 THE BOBASHELA C22 Q. fix ees - E f e,,-j THE DANIEL STUDIO THE NEW DANIEL BUILDING Photographs LIFE IS SERVICE The one who progresses is the one who gives his fellow-beings a little more-a little better Automobile Delivery in Drug Line We would appreciate your pat- ronage. See us for Fine Box Can- dy, Stationery, Cigars, Tohaoc-o, Cigarettes, Pipes, Toilet Articles. Hoi and Cold Drinks, Kodak Sup- plies. Prescription Work Our Special- ty, We have filled prescriptions for Millsaps boys for twenty-nine years. Have your physician leave your prescriptions with us. Simmons Sz McGee The Olcl Reliable Prescription DRUGGISTS Phones Nos. 1498, 1490 THE REXALL STORE QSuccessors to Hunter G. McGeeJ CHAMBERS OFFICE SUPPLY COMPANY Jackson, Mississippi "Everything for the Oflicen Exclusive Agency L. C. SMITH 8z BROTHERS TYPEWRITER All makes machines bought. sold. rented or repaired. Any old ni.: Chine taken in trade for L. C. Smith 8 Bros. Typewriter. A. 1 Q 555 55 35+ 5 5j5 in I' A 5 5 55:5 V 5 55 5 55 5 '15 ' sl , mrtvlrfmwevms 1 i Q5 5 gh QF me www wx 5 ! 3 3 1 I5 Q 5 rwJev1na,f5uS E1 , j 5 I l 3 Hua ewrrfsz' af ll i 1 5 1 , uw. . . T3 . ' 1 5 5 5 5 I m5P1e2aTGN TQ , 5 Q ' ' I Raw Maman me 1 5 5 5 5 I 5 5 ' 5 2 W I M?" 451.4 Ewwim Q 5 5 5 ECHQQL5 HNV5 1 E 2 , QQLLEQES ,Q 5 ' V 5x , r 5 1 3 ' 1 5 5 , .5 1 U L ' s rl tl V Z 5 1 f A . , 5 r w , A I ' , 5 V , ,fi I 5 'P I EH V 555i 1 Lg 5 X. s , I . A X 1 g I OUR RECORD FOR THIS SEASON Alabama Womzms Cwllcuv-. Millmpf C-wllul-, Nha'-'fr lkm umvy, lhmxu-115 Us XLxh:un'x. I,w'1x1:xr1:1Si:ntfz Univcrpily. HiITHfIlIIIlLll'11 Sfmlhc-rn Llllbw-5, lI0V,ZEI'C5 L1-U1-qs, Spzmg H111 Ce-!l --1-. WL--11 nam COEIL-su. 13:-x-is T1I't C-vllvyzc. Gulf Ouwt Milvlxny .Xc.uIvxnx, Xl.x!mm:1 Klixlx 'l'u5hu1r.1l I:.x1:I::t-. Xli '-1-xml-i Nvrnxixl Svlm-HY. If-llarson Mmlxtzm Avnrlvnmy, Sl, Lhzxrh-X K,nYlu.'v. l:llIlHIlL'Il.lIN L'mlr.xl lIi,h Sqlnm, I-Iwi'-v High Schnvl, , V M Kofax.-nmur Ilxlqh Srluml. hlvlflirlifl L'wu:1l'.' II' .Yr F-rlwwl, L5.ulhm1:1 Omuly lllgh Sdn-Ol. Nhvluh- IIi:hSch4ml, QF? UIllVt'I'4iYj Nlxlilzuy School. I7t'Y1NZ1U'5ll Hugh Sylwfl, Swlmgx Ilxgh S-rhwvl, .Xmuixum lhgh P-dm.-1, wif 52152 -'-5?'3w5:.s '- r- N- W-x "1 la-'55 Lg-.5 -' S535 'w asf, ' " W" f""i-if 'W'--f 6 as THE BOBASHELA Q-5412 Al ,O SEQ xc -fl Boys, Patronize ' Millsaps Book Kodaks Store and , Pennants, Stationery, Cold D Drinks, Cakes, Athletic Goods and Books EYRICH Sz CQ. WE SAVE YOU MONEY PANTAZE CAFE JACKSON'S PRIDE BEST IN THE CITY Eatmor Bread Eatmor Bread ACME BAKERY CGMPANY North Farish Jackson, lVI'szissipp Baptist Book Store All Kinds of B-wks, Sggjglyjjyf Office Photographic Work C P esident d C p't I Ph 2703 i JACKSON MISSISSIPPI JACKSON, MSSSISSEPPI Tucker Printing House JACKSON, MISS. Engravers of Wedding Announcements Crests, Cards, etc. Jewelry, Diamonds, Watches and Expert Watch Repairing The Gift Shop JOHN C. CARTER JEWELER JACKSON, Mississippi 6 o THE BOBASHELA gag e i Our 1921 Annuals Vanderbilt University, University of Alabama, Virginia Military Institute, University of South Carolina, Louisiana State University, University of Ken- tucky, Marion Institute, The Citadel, Virgfnia Polytechnic Institute, Mercer University, Transylvania College, Judson College, North Carolina College for Women, Wesleyan College, Gulfport Military Academy, Furman University, Sewanee Military Academy, Tennessee College, Greensboro College for Women, Converse College, Birmingham-Southern College, Kentucky College for Women, Meridian College, Lynchburg College, Central College, Woman's College fDue West, S. CJ, Woman's College fMontgomery, Alaj, George- town College, Millsaps College, Wofford College, Martha Washington Col- lege, Bessie Tift College, Maryville College, Bellhaven College, Elizabeth College, Coker College, Louisiana College, Blue Mountain College, Ouachita College, Presbyterian College, Elon College, Mississippi Woman's College, Roanoke College, Tusculum College, Anderson College, Henderson-Brown College, Winthrop Normal ancl Industrial College, Westhampton College, Hendrix College, Kentucky Wesleyan College, Stonewall jackson College, Hillman College, Porter Military Academy, Chatham Training School, Fas- sifern School, Ashland High School, Middlesboro High School, Maryville High School, Ramen' High School, Dublin High School, Wilmington High School, Centenary College. H College Annual Headquartersv k i 6 6 THE BOBASHELA Pig? FS fqx ..................... ... .. Sf A A CRESCENT BILLIARD HALL CIGARS, TOBACCO AN D SMOKING SUPPLIES SOFT DRINKS New Millsaps Building Telephone 391 CORR-WILLIAMS TOBACCO CO. SOLE DISTRIBUTORS OF THE FOLLOWING HIGH-GRADE CIGAR5 LA FRUTA EL ASPECTO SALOME. OSMUNDO JOHN SCOTT PIMA LUCIA DRINK a FIVE CENTS CARBONATED ' IN BQTTLES Jackson Coca-Cola Bottling COI JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI HOTEL THE EDWARDS CAFE JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI JOHN L. WARE, Manager THE EDWARDS HOUSE CO., Proprietors Q?-axxx A XJ THE BOBASHELA Q - Q53 ff-A fir- ,,,............................................... E ..............,. QGJ QE STETSON HATS STACY-ADAMS SHOES EIVIERY SHIRTS FAULTLESS PAJAMAS B. KUPPENHEIMER CLOTHES ARE SOLD EXCLUSIVELY IN JACKSON BY DOWNING-LOCKE COMPANY CAPITOL AT FARISH NECKWEAR UNDERWEAR GLOVES RALSTON SHOES COMPLETE HOUSE FURNISHINGS Write or Come lo See Us TAYLOR FURNITURE CO. l09 SOUTH STATE STREET JACRSON, IVIISSISSIP 1 when Clothes Are Dirty Ring seven Thirty JACKSON STEAM LAUNDRY Cleanfng, pressfng and Dyeing TELEPHONE 730 SEE OUR AGENT 6 6 THE BOBASHELA A, ,O CS'-fs Millsaps College JACKSON, MISS. Millsaps College Offers Courses Leading to two Collegiate Degrees, ancl Ample provision is also macle for those who are not cancllclates for any degree. illsaps caclemy JACKSON, MISS. An excellent Preparatory School, uncler sepa- rate management, with strong faculty, prepares for entrance to any college. FOR CATALOGUE OR FURTHER INFORMATION, ADDRESS A. President 6 A 6 THE BOBASHELA C?-P ,fe-A ,6- GSR Q5 x:x -,,lXI5 ANYTHING IN FLOWERS" Decorating and Designing by Experts Capitol Floral Co. Jackson, Mississippi Cut Flowers-Pot Flowers m Sam Raines BUICIIEII MID LIVE STUCK IIHLEII New Cold Storage Cor. President and Pearl Season Phones 57-70I Texas Building Postoflice Box 3I3 Cor' Caggol 39519 Gallatin OUT-OF-TOWN ORDERS one Day Phone 5H' Nzght Phone 287 Ablaatolr 317 Jackson, Miss. FOR YOUR CICARS, TOBACCOS, FRUITS AND COLD DRINKS CALL ON MITCHELL DICK C. C. MITCHELL, Manager SON, GFOCCTICS Cue Block West of Campus Phone I I I7 Watlcins CJ? Watkins ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS AT LAW Watkins-Easterling Bldg. STANDARD ICE CREAM COMPANY 4I2-4l4 West Capitol St. JACKSON, Miss. Make the Best Ice Cream in Mississippi" Dr. E. H. Galloway PRACTICE LIMITED TO Dr. Nolan Stewart College SURGERY , , pllysrcran CENTURY BUILDING Oflice in City I-Iall Telephones Office 597 Residence 628 Phone 578 . ' ' -2 " 1'--TX: 'I JH- NI. vlxxl . w'fl."' - 1--h y---,'14 'f ir H , 4 Q .,-. l, -- 1 5 A 1"'1.2,--j,Uff5f" T ,'g-,WQQRQFWE '. 'wejls- Q -. .lb -km ITJQQIL, ' -aff: . ff ii' U v . 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