Millsaps College - Bobashela Yearbook (Jackson, MS)

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MILLS, JR. i; ; ' ,a;?ii N» I ' .4 The Procession begins from Sullivan-Harrell j The President prays for guidance (in auaur IL anon The Address of Acceptance The Inaugural Assembly PRESIDENT FINGER This year Millsaps College is under the guidance of a new president, Homer Ellis Finger, Jr. Mr. Finger was inaugurated in an impressive ceremony on October 30, 1952. -He has entered his new task with enthusiasm, hard work, and great dreams for our college. He has already initiated many advances; because of his keen mind. Christian character, leadership ability, and concern for both the students and scholastic program, we feel confident that under his direction this advance will continue in the years ahead. The 1953 Bobashela staff is proud to dedicate this annual to President Finger, wish- ing him great success and looking forward to a " greater Millsaps College. " Seventeen I WILLIAM EMIL REICKEN Dean of Faculty Professor of Biology A.B., A.M., Ph.D., Indiana University RAY S. MUSCRAVE Dean of Students Professor of Psychology A.B., Bethany College; A.M., Ohio Wesleyan University; Ph.D., Syracuse University % MARY B. STONE Dean of Women Associate Professor of English A.B,, Randolph-Macon Woman ' s College; A.M., and Advanced Graduate Work, George Peabody College Eighteen nmioi PAUL D. HARDIN Registrar Associate Professor of English A.B., Millsaps College; A.M., Duke University; Graduate Work, University of Southern California JAMES W. WOOD Business Manager B.S., Mississippi State College BOARD OF TRUSTEES Term Expires in 1953 W. E. Bufkin R. L. Ezelle, LL.D., President Rev. B. M. Hunt, D.D. Rev. V. R. Landrum John McEachin W. O. Tatum Rev. L. P. Wasson, D.D. Rev. J. D. Wroten, D.D. Term Expires in 1956 Rev. W. J. Cunningham, Rev. W. B. Selah, D.D. D.D. Rev. J. D. Slay John Egger F. B. Smith Rev. N. J. Golding, D. D., Virgil D. Youngblood Secretary A. B. Campbell, Treasurer A. L. Rogers Nineteen C. M. BARTLINC MAGNOLIA COULLET ELIZABETH CRAIG Zk e C. M. BARTLING — Director of Physical Education and Coach; B.B.A., University of Mississippi . . . MAGNOLIA COULLET — Associate Professor of Latin; A.B., Millsaps College; A.M., University of Pennsylvania; Graduate Work, American Academy in Rome, University of Chicago; B.M., Belhaven College; Graduate Work in Voice, Bordeaux, France . . . ELIZABETH CRAIG — Associate Professor of French; A.B., Barnard College, Columbia University; A.M., Columbia University; Diplome de la Sorbonne, Ecole de Preparation des Professeurs de Francais a I ' Etranger, Faculty of Letters, University of Paris . . . FRANCES ELIZABETH DECELL — Director of Physical Educa- tion for Women; A. A., Whitworth College; A.B., Mill- CHARLES BETTS GALLOWAY EB C. GIRVIN Twenty Twenty-One FRANCES ELIZABETH DECELL NEAL BOND FLEMING U I saps College; A.M., University of Alabama . . . NEAL BOND FLEMING — Professor of Philosophy; A.B., B.D., Emory University; S.T.M., Ph.D., Boston Univer- sity . . . CHARLES BETTS GALLOWAY — Associate Professor of Physics; B.S., Millsaps College; A.M., and Advanced Graduate Work, Duke University . . . EB C. GIRVIN — Professor of Biology; A.B., A.M., Ph.D., The University of Texas . . . MARGUERITE WATKINS GOODMAN — Associate Professor of English; A.B., Agnes Scott College; A.M., Tulane University . . . LANCE COSS — Assistant Professor of Speech; A.B., Millsaps College; A.M., Northwestern University . . . WILLIAM CHARLES GUEST — Assistant Professor of Biology; A.B., M.S., Emory University. MARGUERITE WATKINS GOODMAN LANCE GOSS WILLIAM CHARLES GUEST NELLIE KHAYAT HEDERI e ALFRED PORTER HAMILTON — Professor of Classical Languages and German; A.B., Birmingham-Southern College; A.M., Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania; Graduate Work, University of Leipzig . . . ROBERT RAYMOND HAYNES — Professor of Education; A.B., LL.D , Univer- sity of Tennessee; Vice Consul of the United States in Scotland and England; A.M., and Advanced Graduate Work, George Peabody Col- ege . . . NELLIE KHAYAT HEDERI — Instructor of Spanish; B.A., Mississippi Stale College for Women; M.A., Tulane University . . . NANCY BROGAN HOLLOWAY — Instructor of Secretarial Studies; A.B., Mississippi State College for Women . . . FRANKLIN WARD JAMES — Associate Professor of Chemistry; B.S., Mississippi College; Ph.D., University of North Carolina. ALFRED PORTER HAMILTON NANCY BROGAN HOLLOWAY FRANKLIN WARD JAMES Tii entxj-Two Twenty-Three ALVIN JON KING JAMES J. LIVESAY ROSS HENDERSON MOORE ALVIN JON KING — Director of Millsaps Singers; Oberlin Conserva- tory of Music; Northwestern School of Music; Christiansen Choral School; Private Study with W. S. B. Mathews, Fannie Zeisler, and Prower Symonds . . . JAMES J. LIVESAY — Director of Public Rela- tions and Alumni Secretary; A.B., Millsaps College . . . RAYMOND LOYD MclLVENNA — Professor of Political Science; A B., V ilia- mette University; A.M., Ph.D., Harvard University . . . GEORGE LAMAR MADDOX, JR. — Assistant Professor of Sociology; B.A., Mill- saps College; S.T.B., M.A., Boston University . . . ROSS HENDERSON MOORE — Professor of History; B.S., M.S., Millsaps College; A.M., University of Chicago; Ph.D., Duke University. u I RAYMOND LOYD MclLVENNA GEORGE LAMAR MADDOX, JR. MILDRED LILLIAN MOREHEAD JOSEPH BAILEY PRICE RICHARD R PRIDDY Zk e MILDRED LILLIAN MOREHEAD — Associate Profes- sor of English; A.B., Mississippi State College for Women; A.M., Duke University . . . JOSEPH BAILEY PRICE — Professor of Chemistry; B.S., Millsaps Col- lege; M.S., University of Mississippi; Ph.D., Louisiana State University . . . RICHARD R. PRIDDY — Profes- sor of Geology; B.S. in Ed., Ohio Northern University; A.M., Ph.D., Ohio State University . . . THOMAS LEE REYNOLDS — Professor of Mathematics; B.S.. Guilford College; A.M., Ph.D., University of North Carolina . . . ARNOLD A. RITCHIE — Assistant Pro- fessor of Mathematics; B.S., Northeastern State Col- lege of Oklahoma; M.S., Oklahoma A. and M. College; Advanced Graduate Work at Oklahoma A. and M. and the University of Tennessee. EDWARD MARVIN STEEL, JR. ELBERT STEPHEN WALLACE Twenty -Four THOMAS LEE REYNOLDS ARNOLD A. RITCHIE ALBERT GODFREY SANDERS u I I Twenty-Five ALBERT GODFREY SANDERS — Professor of Ro- mance Languages; A.B., Southwestern (Texas) ; A.B., Yale University; Rhodes Scholar, 1907-1910; A.B., A.M., University of Oxford . . . EDWARD MARVIN STEEL, JR. — Assistant Professor of History; A.B., Harvard College; A.M., University of North Carolina . . ELBERT STEPHEN WALLACE — Professor of Eco- nomics; A.B., Birmingham-Southern College; A.M., Ph.D., Duke University . . . MILTON CHRISTIAN WHITE — Professor of English; A.B., Birmingham- Southern College; A.M., Harvard University; Ph.D., University of Wisconsin . . . JAMES DAUSEY WRO- TEN, JR. — Professor of Religion; A.B., Millsaps Col- lege; B.D., Southern Methodist University; A.M., Ed. D., Columbia University . . . KARL WOLFE — Art; B.F.A., Chicago Art Institute, William M. R. French Fellowship; Study abroad for one year; Study and teaching Pennsylvania School of Art Summer School. JAMES DAUSEY WROTEN, JR. KARL WOLFE MILTON CHRISTIAN WHITE BUSINESS STAFF MRS. FRANCIS W. SHELTON Bookkeeper JEAN PATRICK Assistant, Business Office MRS. DOROTHY B. NETTLES Cashier RECISTORS STAFF MRS. ANNE DE MOSS Assistant, Registrar ' s Office MRS. JESSE P. JORDAN Secretary to the Dean BEATRICE PACE Assistant, Registrar ' s Office CAROLYN BUFKIN Assistant to the Registrar LIBRARY STAFF PROF. A. C. SANDERS Chairman, Library Committee MADGE SPIVA Assistant Librarian BETHANY C. SWEARINCEN Associate Librarian Twenty-Six SENIOR CLASS Annabelle Crisler Secretary-Treasurer C m Twenty-Eight emor Cylass FIRST ROW — JAMES E. ALLEN, Economics, KA, JacKon; ANN ANDERSON, English, Chi O, Jackson; MARY ANN BABINCTON, Piano, Phi Mu, Meadville; LYNN BACOT, History, Vikings, Holmesville ; DAVID H. BALIUS, Music Education, PiKA. Biloxi; JIMMY BENSON, English, Meridian. ROW TWO — ROBERT E. BLOUNT, Biology, KS, Ft. Sam Houston, Texas; MARCO ANTONIO BOLAN- OS, Chemistry, LXA, Guatemala City, Guatemala, Central America; BUDDY BOLTON, Psychology, Mo- bile, Alabama; CHARLES BOYLES, Philosophy, Jack- son; JO ANN BRATTON, Sociology, KD, Greenville; VIRGINIA BREAZEALE, Sociology, Phi Mu, Dodds- ville. THIRD ROW — CECILE BROWN, Education, Phi Mu, Jackson; DIANE LOUISE BROWN, Education, Chi O, Greenville; JAMES DUDLEY BROWN, Psychology, Winona; LOUISE BURTON, Education, Phi Mu, Jack- son; TAYLOR D. CAFFEY, Chemistry, KS, Duck Hill; GLENN CAIN, Political Science, KS, Durant. FOURTH ROW — MARGUERITE CAIN, Sociology, Chi 0, Jackson; MONA REE CANODE, Education, BSO, Rome; MILDRED M. CARPENTER, Sociology, Water Valley; VAN CAVETT, History, KS, Jackson; RODNEY CLEMENT, Biology, PiKA, Jackson; NEIL COVINGTON, Psychology, LXA, Brookhaven. FIFTH ROW — JOHN CRABS, Economics, Earle, Ark- ansas; ANNABELLE CRISLER, Education, Phi Mu, Jackson; PAT CURTIS, Economics, Kosciusko; HUN- TER B. DANIEL, Chemistry, Jackson; MARGUERITE DENNY. French, KD, Jackson; MARY ANN DERRICK, Education, Viking, Jackson. Goss turns on the charm. t.- Babington Bolton Brown, J. D. Carpenter Curtis Bacot Boyles Burton Cavett Daniels Balius Bratton Caffey Clement Denny Benson Breazeale Cain, C. Covington Derrick ' Millsaps is a small liberal arts college. Twenty-Nine Thirty CJie J eyiior ( Lass FIRST ROW — KATIE JO EASLEY, Psychology, Mc- Comb; VIRGINIA EDGE, English, KD, Jackson; A. W. ELLIS, JR., Mathematics, New Augusta; JOHN NOW- ELL ESTES, Chemistry, KA, Grenada; NONA EWING, Music Education, Chi O, Tupelo; ALLIE MITCHELL FRAZIER, Philosophy, PiKA, Shaw. SECOND ROW — BILL FUZAK, Economics, KA, Jackson; EWIN DILLENO GABY, JR., Physics, PiKA, Jackson; BETTY GIFFIN, English, BSO, Louisville; GLENNA GOODWIN, English, KD, Jackson; WIL- LIAM E. GOSS, JR., History, LXA, Brookhaven; JOHN E. GRIFFIN, Religion, KS, Montgomery, Alabama. THIRD ROW — IMOGENE HARRELL, English, BSO, Silver City; BETTY ANN HARRIS, Sociology, KD. Jackson; DURWOOD L. HARRISON, JR., Chemistry, KS, Calhoun City; THOMAS HETRICK, Economics, Norsemen, Jackson; BRYANT HORNE, Economics, KA, Jackson; NAN HOWELL, Education, KD, Jacks- son. FOURTH ROW — JOANNE HUGGINS, Education, BSO, Waynesboro; BETSY HULEN, Economics, Chi O, Jackson; ROBERT HUNT, Sociology, Jackson; HARRY T. HUTCHINSON, Physics, KS, Vicksburg; BARKS- DALE JOHNSTON, Education, Chi 0, Jackson; LON- NIE JOHNSTON, Sociology, Itta Bena. FIFTH ROW — TOMMY JOLLY, Economics, KS, Monticello; A. RAYBURN JONES, Psychology, Barlow; DAN T. KEEL, JR., Chemistry, PiKA, Florence; VIR- GINIA KELLY, Education, BSO, Jackson; JOY FAY KINNEBREW, Education, Jackson; JOSEPHINE LAMPTON, English, BSO, Tylertown. ' Paid your BOBASHELA fee, Babe? " What ' s it say on that barrel? ' 1 liir " " ,. I IHLaI HIh .iLvH • i . ;». " - " Ty • - rJ V_ - - I-; =■ ■ flTlf if-.- " » " . iXir ' c) Easley Fuzak Harrell Muggins Jolly Edge Gaby Harris Hulen Jones Ewing Coss Home Johnston, B. Kinnebrew Millsaps College first opened its doors in the fall of 1 892. Thirty-One Thirty-Two Cyke C emor Cylass FIRST ROW — PAT LEEP, Sociology, Chi O, Jack- son; ANNIE GREER LEONARD, Education, KD, Jack- son; ELIZABETH LESTER, English, Chi O, Jackson; B. F. LEWIS, Religion, Norsemen, Jackson; T. W. LEWIS, Sociology, KS, Columbus; WILBUR LUKE, Geology, LXA, Jackson. SECOND ROW -- MARY ELIZABETH McDANIEL, Education, BSO, Flora; MARY LOU McGEE, Education, KD, Ackerman; MARY FRANCES McMURRY, Educa- tion, BSO, Jackson; GRETCHEN MARS, Biology, KD, Philadelphia; ADALEE MATHENY, Education, Vikings, Woodville; HENRY PIPES MILLS, JR., Physics, KA, Jackson. THIRD ROW — MARTHA SUE MONTGOMERY, Biology, Vikings, Fort Walton, Florida; BILLY MOORE, Geology, KS, I ndianola; JOHN W. MOORE, English, PiKA, Hattiesburg; STEVEN L. MOORE, Chemistry, Brandon; COLA CATHERINE O ' NEAL, Education, KD, Laurel; MARY ANN O ' NEIL, Education, Vikings, Jackson. FOURTH ROW — SHIRLEY PARKER, English, Vik- ings, Redwood; TULANE ELZY POSEY, JR., Political Science, KS, Tupelo; JESSE 0. REED JR., Biology, Jackson; GEORGE REID, Economics, PiKA, Jackson; JULIUS T. REYNOLDS, JR., Political Science, Jackson; ROBERT L. RICHTER, Economics, KS, Greenwood. FIFTH ROW — ANNE ROBERTS, Sociology, Vikings, Montgomery, Alabama; JOHN C. SANDEFUR, Chem- istry, PiKA, Vicksburg; SARA JO SELBY, Education, BSO, Charleston; THOMAS H. SIMMONS, Biology, PiKA, Meridian; Rachel Simpson, Education, Chi O, Yazoo City; BETTY SMALL, History, KD, Jackson. fi - - , Leep McDaniels Montgomery Parker Roberts Lewis, B. Mars Moore, S. Reid Simmons Lewis, T. Matheny O ' Neal Reynolds Simpson Luke Mills O ' Neil Richter Small Millsaps College was named for Major R. W. Millsaps Thirty-Three Thirty-Four C ke o eyiior lass a FIRST ROW — WILLIAM E, SMALLWOOD, Sociol- ogy, PiKA, Tylertown; CLAUDE SMITH, Economics, PiKA, Jackson; EARL H. SMITH, Physics, Jackson; V. K. SMITH, JR., Political Science, PiKA, Jackson; WILLIAM L. STEWART, Psychology, KS, Culfport; CHARLES R. SOMMERS, Geology, LXA, Jackson. SECOND ROW — CATHERINE SWAYZE, Education, Chi O, Jackson; VICTORIA TAYLOR, Biology, Vik- ings, Noxapater; DREW TOWNES, Chemistry, KA, Grenada; MARIE TURNAGE, Education, BSO, Gren- ada; LARRY WALLACE, Sociology, KS, Hollandale; KEARNEY R. WALTERS, Voice, Jackson. THIRD ROW — SARA JANE WASSON, Chemistry, BSO, West Point; JOHNNIE WEBB, Education, Phi Mu, Jackson; EMILIA WEBER, Sociology, Vikings, Jackson; PEYTON WEEMS, Mathematics, KS, Lake; MARTIN FRANCIS WHITE, Sociology, Woodville, WILLIAM WHITMORE, Economics, Jackson. FOURTH ROW — BURWELL WILLIAMS, Religion, Hickory; KATHLEEN BOLEWARE WINDHAM, Edu- cation, Jackson; HILLMAN WOLFE, English, Jackson; MRS. JIMMIE H. WOLFE, Religion, Jackson; JOSEPH E. YOUNG, Sociology, Corinth. Dividing the profits. No sprinkling for this lad. Smallwood Swayze Wesson Williams Windham Wolfe, H. Wolfe, J. Young E. Finger, Jr. is the sixth president of Millsaps College. Thirty-Five [ 1 1 U li u yiol piclureo ROSEMARY K, ANDERSON - - - - Jackson Vikings DORIS BARNETT ------ Hermanville BSO JAMES BARRY BRINDLEY - - Fort Hood, Texas LXA ROBERT BURST -------- Jackson KS MARY LOUISE CAMPBELL - - - - Greenwood Vikings EVA FRANCES COOK ------ Natchez KAROLYN DOGGETT ------ Kossuth Chi O PAUL E. EDVv ARDS .------ Ludlow KS Vv INNIE NELL FOSTER ------ Maben CHRIS CRILLIS -------- Jackson JERRY GULLEDGE ------ Crystal Springs KS LYNN REID HAMILTON - Fayetteville, Tennessee KA JAMES HARDIN -------- Jackson PiKA CLARENCE CHARLES KOSKIE - - - - Jackson CHARLES LE SIEUR ------- Jackson DAVID McFARLAND ------- Jackson GEORGE PIRIE -------- Salisbury LXA JOE SCHMITT --------- Jackson CHARLES V . SCOTT ------- Jackson PiKA OLIVER SCOTT -------- Florence GARY ARNOLD SNEED ------ Osyka KA GENE SPARKS -------- Hillsboro IRBY TURNER, JR. ------ - Belzoni KA MARILYN VIOLETTE ------- Jackson ADPi JOHN EDMUND V ALLACE ----- Sanford MARY NELL WILLIAMS ----- Jackson KD JOHN CECIL U ' lLLIAMSON - - - - Greenwood EUGENE J. YELVERTON ----- Jackson KS Thirty -Six UNPERCLASSMEN Adams Sophomore Alexander Junior Allen Junior Allen, Fay Freshman Allen, Pat Freshman Anders Junior Anderson Freshman Anderson, Shirley Freshman Athas Junior Aust Jun.or Awad Freshman Babbit Sophomore Bailey Freshman Baldwin Sophomore Ballard Freshman Bardin Freshman Barfield Freshman Barfield, Henry Freshman Barksdale Sophomore Bell. D. Freshman Bennett Freshman Bishop Freshman Black, Charlotte Freshman Black, Clarice Sophomore Blackwood Junior Blumer Sophomore Boackle Freshman Boackle, Lois Ann Junior Boone Freshman Booth Junior Boswell Freshman Bowers Sophomore Boxwell Freshman Cyke L{rioercLassmeri FIRST ROW JAMES LELAND ADAMS - - - - Fannin, Miss. Sophomore ROBERT D. ALEXANDER - - - Pontotoc, Miss Junior CHARLES W. ALLEN ------ Itta Bena Junior — PiKa MYRNA FAYE ALLEN ----- Vancleave Freshman PATRICK G. ALLEN ------- Jackson Freshman — KS SECOND ROW DAN RANEY ANDERS - Jackson Junior — KS ANN LOUISE ANDERSON ----- Jackson Frenshman — ChiO SHIRLEY JEAN ANDERSON - - - - Greenwood Freshman ASPASIA ATHAS ------- Greenwood Junior JULIS EVELYN AUST ------ Clarksdale Junior — ChiO THIRD ROW JOHN MICHAEL AWAD - Jackson Freshman ADELAIDE DUNBAR BABBITT - - - - Natchez Sophomore — Phi Mu SAMUEL C. BAILEY ------- Meridian Freshman JAMES PATRICK BALDWIN ----- Laurel Sophomore BARBARA JEAN BALLARD ----- Tchula Freshman — BSO FOURTH ROW RAY KEITH BARDIN ------- Jackson Freshman ELIZABETH ANN BARFIELD - - - - Jackson Freshman — Phi Mu HENRY V. BARFIELD - - Jackson Freshman — KS CAROLYN L. BARIA Gulfport Junior — Vikings RICHARD F. BARKSDALE ----- Madison Sophomore FIFTH ROW DON K. BELL - - - Jackson Freshman MARTHA WORTH BENNETT - - - - Jackson Freshman — ChiO JACK R. BIRCHUM ----- Norman, Okla. Junior — PhlDTheta Thirty-Nine SHIRLEY M. BISHOP ------- Jackson Freshman — BSO CHARLOTTE ANN BLACK ----- Jackson Freshman — ChiO SIXTH ROW CLARICE BLACK --------- Drew Sophomore — Phi Mu WALLACE P. BLACKWOOD ----- Belzoni Sophomore — KS FRED E. BLUMER ------ Philadelphia Sophomore — KA CARREME H, BOACKLE - - - - Bessemer, Ala. Freshman — BSO LOIS ANN BOACKLE ----- Crystal Springs Junior — BSO SEVENTH ROW THOMAS H. BOONE - - - - Memphis, Tenn. Freshman — KS JO WARD BOOTH -------- Drew Junior — KD PATRICA ANN BOSWELL - - - - Greenville Freshman — ChiO NATHAN CONERLY BOWERS - - - - Jackson Sophomore BEVERLY BOXWELL ----- Amarillo, Tex. Freshman — ChiO Do you have briar patch legs? - Branlley Junior Brenter Junior Broadv ater Sophomore Brown Freshman Bunger Freshman Burch Freshman Burnett Sophomore Buskirk Sophomore Busse Jun.or Butler Freshman Butler, Beverly Sophomore Butts Sophomore Buzzard Sophomore Caldwell Junior Campbell Junior Campbell. Frances Freshman Campbell, Sue Freshman Carnes Sophomore Carpenter Freshman Carter. Ann Sophomore Carter. Harry Sophomore Cates Freshman CaMedge Freshman Chance Freshman Chatham Sophomore Cheek Sophomore Clark Junior Clark. Valda Junior Clayton Sophomore Clement . Clem Freshman Clement, Ethel Freshman Collette Freshman Collins Freshman Conner Freshman Cooper Junior Forty C Yie L{noercL erciassmen FIRST ROW MARLENE BRANTLEY ------ Jackson Junior — Phi Mu HOWARD J, BRENTNER ----- Trebloc Junior JOHN RALPH BROADWATER - - Crystal Springs Sophomore — KS BILLY BROWN -------- Jackson Freshman — KS CAROL ELAINE BUNGER ----- Jackson Freshman SECOND ROW WILLIAM E. BURCH ------- Jackson Freshman JAMES P. BURNETT ------- Raleigh Sophomore JAMES B. BUSKIRK ------- Derma Sophomore NORMA J. BUSSE -------- Canton Junior — BSO ANN BUTLER --------- Jackson Freshman THIRD ROW BEVERLY C. BUTLER ------- Jackson Sophomore ROBERT YATES BUTTS ------ Winona Sophomore LAVERNE E. BUZZARDE ----- Greenwood Sophomore — KS LUCRETIA T. CALDWELL ----- Philipp Junior — Vikings CHARLES W. CAMPBELL ------ West Junior — KS FOURTH ROW FRANCES CAMPBELL ------ Greenwood Freshman — KD HALLE SUE CAMPBELL ----- Hernando Freshman — Ptii Mi TOMMYE CARNES ------- Shelby Freshman — ChiO ALMA HYDE CARPENTER - - - Water Valley Freshman — Phi Mu ANN CARTER --------- Jackson Sophomore — ChiO FIFTH ROW HARRY W. CARTER ------- Jackson Sophomore — KA SARA JANE GATES -------- Tupelo Freshman — KD CHARLES N. CATLEDGE ----- Tutwiler Freshman — PiKA Forty-One JACK CHANCE -------- Jackson Freshman ANNE H. CHATHAM ------ Hernando Sophomore - Phi Mu SIXTH ROW HOWARD CHEEK -------- Grenada Sophomore — KA ROBERT N. CLARK ------- Jackson Junior VALDA CLARK -------- Jackson Junior JOANNA CLAYTON ------- Meridian Sophomore CLEM CLEMENTS ------ Crystal Springs Freshman SEVENTH ROW ETHEL CLEMENT -------- Jackson Freshman — ChiO FRANK COLLETTE ------- Jackson Freshman — KS STEPHEN COLLINS ------- Itta Bena Freshman — PiKA JACK M. CONNER -------- Jackson Freshman — LXA JACK COOPER -------- Starkville Junior — KA Why did you have to get two bussesi ' Cooper Junior Corban Junior Costigan Junior Crawford Freshman Cumberland Junior Cunningham, E. Freshman Cunningham Junior Davis, Alleen Freshman Davis, Helen Sophomore Delong Dennis Junior Dixon Freshman Duckworth Freshman Dunbar Sophomore Dunn Freshman Durham Freshman Durrett Junior Edmondson Junior Edwards Sophomore Eiland Freshman Elliott Freshman Ely Freshman Epperson Junior Epp;nette Sophomore Ervin Freshman Eubanks Sophomore Farlow Junior Faulkner Sophomore Fenton Sophomore Ferriss Junior Flowers Freshman Ford Sophomore Foy Junior Fritz Freshman Caddy Freshman Forty-Two C ke L{naercLassmen FIRST ROW JO ANN COOPER ------- Greenwood Junior — KD MACRUDER CORBAN ----- Ocean Springs Junior — PiKA EMILY COSTICAN ------- Greenwood Junior — KD JO ANNE CRAWFORD ----- Rolling Fork Freshman LONNIE A. CUMBERLAND ----- Sharon Junior SECOND ROW MAGDALENE CUNNINGHAM - - - - Jackson Junior ELIZABETH CUNNINGHAM - - - - Jackson Freshman ALLEEN DAVIS -------- Jackson Freshman — ChiO HELEN E. DAVIS -------- Utica Sophomore FRED DELONG -------- Tutwiler Junior — PiKA THIRD ROW SARAH DENNIS -------- Morton Sophomore DeWITT A. DIXON ------- Vaughan Freshman FRANCES DUCKWORTH - - Brownsville, Tenn. Freshman — Phi Mu JACK DUNBAR ------- - Sumner Sophomore — PiKA MARY ETHEL DUNN ------ Holcomb Freshman FOURTH ROW CARLEEN DURHAM ------- Collins Freshman — Phi Mu LEROY DURRETT -------- Jackson Junior JANIS EDMONSON ------ - Jackson Junior — KD SHIRLEY ANN EDWARDS ----- Jackson Sophomore BARBARA JO EILAND ------ Jackson Freshman FIFTH ROW CHARLOTTE ELLIOTT ----- Greenwood Freshman — BSO WALTER ELY ------- - Greenville Freshman — PiKA EDWARD R. EPPERSON ----- Caledonia Junior — Norseman Forty-Three VERNON EPPINETTE ------ Natchez Sophomore — LXA RAIFORD H. ERVIN ----- Crystal Springs Freshman — KS SIXTH ROW ALFORD T. EUBANKS ----- Crystal Springs Sophomore — KS MINNIE L. FARLOW ------ Jackson Junior — ChiO PECGYE FALKNER ------- Germania Sophomore — Phi Mu JOHN FENTON ------- Rolling Fork Sophomore — KS ALFRED W. FERRISS ------- Jackson Sophomore — KA SEVENTH ROW MARY LOU FLOWERS ----- Greenwood Freshman — KD DEE FORD --------- Magnolia Sophomore — KD SYBIL FOY ---------- Jackson Junior — BSO SHIRLEY FRITZ -------- Jackson Freshman — BSO FAYE CADDY ------- Crystal Springs Freshman Mammy! ' f Calloway Freshman Garrett Freshman Gibson Freshman Cilfoy Freshman Glorioso Junior Gossard Junior Grantham Junior Groves, Mary L. Freshman Craves, Riley Sophomore Greener Freshman Greenlee Freshman Grenough Freshman Grisham Freshman Haining Sophomore Hand Sophomore Haney Sophomore HardvKJck Sophomore Hardy Sophomore Harris Sophomore Hartness Sophomore Hawkins Sophomore Hayward Freshman Head, Helen Freshman Head, Sid Junior Hewitt Sophomore Hicks Sophomore Hight Junior Hillman Freshman Hilton Sophomore Hobbs Jun.or Hodges Junior Hollowell Freshman Holmes Sophomore Hontzos Freshman Hood Junior Forty-Four C m UnaercL ercLassmen FIRST ROW ANNA CALLOWAY - - ■ Balboa, Canal Zone Freshman — Phi Mu ALTON POWELL CARRETT - - Crystal Springs Freshman — KS SHIRLEY FAYE CIBSON ------ Canton Freshman KAREN CILFOY -------- Jackson Freshman — ChiO SAMMIE JOE CLORIOSO - - - - Itta Bena Junior — KS SECOND ROW EDGAR A. C0S5ARD ------- Meridian Junior MARY CRANTHAM ------- Jackson Junior — BSO MARY LYNN CRAVES ------ Jackson Freshman — ChiO RILEY CRAVES -------- Corinth Sophomore — ChiO EMILY ANN GREENER ------ Jackson Freshman — KD THIRD ROW BILLY GREENLEE -------- Jackson Freshman — KS ROBERT E. GRENOUGH ----- Escatawpa Freshman JOAN GRISHAM ------ New Albany Freshman JANIE HAININC ------- Yazoo City Sophomore — Phi Mu CAROLYN ANNE HAND ----- Jackson Sophomore — ChiO FOURTH ROW BESSIE MAE HANEY ------- Jackson Sophomore BETTYE HARDWICK ------ Greenwood Sophomore — KD JOEL LEE HARDY ------ Buckatunna Sophomore GEORGE EDWARD HARRIS ----- Flora Sophomore GLORIA YVONNE HARTNESS - - - Kosciusko Sophomore — KD FIFTH ROW PRENTISS HARRY HAWKINS - - - - Canton Sophomore TERRY HAYWARD ------- Jackson Freshman — KA HELEN FAYE HEAD ------ Jackson Freshman — Phi Mu Forty-Five SID HEAD - - - - Columbia Junior — PiKA VIRGINIA HEWITT ------- Jackson Sophomore — ChiO SIXTH ROW FRANCES HICKS --------- Benton Sophomore — KD LOUISE HIGHT ------ Pine Bluff, Ark. Junior BYRD HILLMAN -------- Union Freshman JERRY MARTIN HILTON ----- Florence Freshman JOE HOBBS ---------- Jackson Junior — Pika SEVENTH ROW LOUIS HODGES -------- Eupora Junior CHARLES EDGAR HOLLOWELL - - - - Canton Freshman — KA EUGENE HOLMES ------ Kosciusko Sophomore GUS PETE HONTZAS ------ Jackson Freshman JOHN ALLEN HOOD ------ Gloster Freshman And only 3500 pages for an " A ' Hook Freshman Howell Freshman Howell, John M. Junior Howell, Johnny Sophomore Hubbard Freshman Hudspeth Freshman Hudson, Ruth Junior Hudson, Yeager Junior Hughes Sophomore Hunt Sophomore Hunter Freshman Isbell Freshman Jackson Freshman James Freshman Jennings Junior Johnson, Dick Freshman Johnson, Sara Freshman Johnson, Steele Sophomore Johnston Freshman Jones, Barbara Freshman Jones, Cecil Freshman Jones, Edwin Junior Jones, George Junior Jones. Jimmy Freshman Jones, Lowell Freshman Jones, Lucy Lee Freshman Jones, Read Freshman Keeton Freshman Kelly Junior Kent Freshman Keys Freshman Khayat Junior Kinchloe Freshman King, Joyce Sophomore King, Kotherine Sophomore Forty-Six C ke (Jnaerciassnien FIRST ROW KATHERYN ANN HOOK ----- Jackson Freshman — ChiO JEANELLE HOWELL ------ Jackson Freshman — KD JOHN MICHAEL HOWELL ----- Forest Junior — PlKA JOHN RUSHING HOWELL ----- Durant Sophomore — KA JOHN R. HUBBARD ------- Jackson Freshman — PiKA SECOND ROW RUTH HUDSON ------- Florence Junior YEAGER HUDSON ------- Meridian Junior — Norsemen MARY CAROLYN HEDSPETH - - - - Jackson Freshman — ChiO JO GLYN HUGHES ------- Jackson Sophomore — Phi Mu GEORGE HUNT ------- Vicksburg Sophomore — PiKA THIRD ROW SARA HUNTER ----- Brownsville, Tenn. Freshman — Phi Mu DOROTHY L. ISBELL ------ Shannon Freshman BURTON JACKSON ------- Jackson Freshman — KA WILLIAM JOSEPH JAMES ----- Jackson Freshman AUDREY M. JENNINGS - - - - Chicago, III. Junior — Phi Mu FOURTH ROW SARA FRANCES JOHNSON ----- Cruger Freshman — BSO RICHARD F. JOHNSON ----- Jackson Freshman — KS STEELE JOHNSON ------- Jackson Sophomore — PiKA RUTHEL ANNETTE JOHNSTON - - - Tupelo Freshman BARBARA MAE JONES ------ Jackson Freshman — ChiO FIFTH ROW CECIL B. JONES ------- Vicksburg Freshman DANIEL LOWELL JONES ----- Jackson Freshman EDWIN HOUSTON JONES ----- Jackson Junior — PiKA Forty-Seven GEORGE K. JONES ----- Nashville, Tenn. Junior — KS JAMES LOCKE JONES - - - - Kosciusko Freshman SIXTH ROW LUCY LEE JONES ------ Litchfield, III. Freshman — ChiO READ JONES --------- Saltillo Freshman — PiKA GLADYS KEETON ------- Jackson Freshman — KD ROBERT CHARLES KELLEY ----- Jackson Junior — PiKA ANNE KENT -------- Grenada Freshman SEVENTH ROW BOBBY KEYS --------- Collins Freshman — LXA EDNA KHAYAT ------- Moss Point Junior — KD NONA KINCHLOE ------- Winona Freshman — Phi Mu KATHERINE KING ------- Gulfport Sophomore JOYCE KING --------- Onward Sophomore — BSO Tennis? anyone? if mlf Iik Kux Junior Lamon Freshman Lansing Junior Lauchly Freshman Lawson Freshman Lee, Albert Sophomore Lee. Joan Freshman Lester Freshman Lewis Freshman Little Junior Loflin Freshman Long, James Sophomore Long, Jerry Freshman Lott, John Sophomore Lott, Sue Sophomore Louis Junior Loper Junior Love Sophomore Lovett Freshman Lowe Freshman Lowery Freshman Lucas Junior Lytle Freshman McCarter Junior McCorty, Ben Sophomore MrCartv. Scott Freshman McCaskell Sophomore McCormack Freshman McCullar Jun or McElroy Sophomore McCrath Junior McCuire Freshman Mclnvale Sophomore McKee Sophomore McKinley Junior Forty-Eight C ke L{noercLassmeri FIRST ROW JO ANN KUX --------- Jackson Junior — BSO CAROLYN LAMON ----- Memphis, Tenn. Freshman JANELLA LANSING ------- McComb Junior — KD EUGENIA LAUCHLEY ------ Jackson Freshman — ChiO MOLLIE LAWSON ------- Jackson Freshman — KD SECOND ROW ALBERT B. LEE ------ - Greenwood Sophomore — PiKA MARGARET JOAN LEE - - - - - Greenwood Freshman — ChiO VINCEN EUGENE LESTER - - - - Batesville Freshman — LXA HENRY EZELLE LEWIS ------ Jackson Freshman — KA JOHN B. LITTLE -------- Jackson Junior — KA THIRD ROW JACK MILTON LOFLIN ------- Star Freshman JAMES ENOCHS LONG ----- Hazlehurst Sophomore — KA JERRY J. LONG ------- Hazlehurst Freshman JOHN BERTRAND LOTT ----- Columbus Sophomore — PiKA DOROTHY SUE LOTT ------ Belzoni Sophomore — ChiO FOURTH ROW TOM LOUIS --------- Vicksburg Junior — PiKA EUGENE LOPER -------- Jackson Junior — LXA THOMAS C. LOVE ------ Coffeeville Sophomore LAURA REBECCA LOVETT ----- Morton Freshman REGINALD SHAW LOWE ----- Winona Fresliman — KS FIFTH ROW JOHN LOWERY -------- McComb Freshman — KS MOLLY LUCAS --------- Jackson Freshman — BSO DAVID L. LYTLE ------ Houston, Tex. Freshman — LXA Forty-Nine REMUS LAYRELLE McCARTER - - - - Eupora Sophomore BEN McCARTY -------- Jackson Sophomore — KA SIXTH ROW LUTHER SCOTT McCARTY ----- Jackson Freshman — KA JOE BARRY McCASKILL ----- McComb Sophomore MARIANNE McCORMACK ----- Corinth Freshman — BSO LINDA LOU McCULLAR ------ Durant Junior — ChiO ANN McELROY ------- Lauderdale Sophomore — BSO SEVENTH ROW LYNN McGRATH ------- - Canton Junior — KD PATRICIA ANN McGUIRE ----- Baldwyn Freshman — ChiO DOROTHY ANNE MclNVALE - - - - Laurel Sophomore — KD ALICE McKEE --------- Jackson Sophomore — ChiO WILLIAM EDWARD McKINLEY - - - Jackson Junior — KS Short of cash, McKinley rf -- fl mmf. W f ' ' fVj ' hrrJ ' -; ' ■rj ' AAcLellon Junior McNatt Junior McShane Freshman Malvaney Junior Mangum Junior Martin Freshman Mathis Junior Mobley Freshman Monroe Freshman Moore. Elinor Junior Moore. Frances Freshman Moore, Powers Freshman Morse Freshman Murphy Freshman Myers. Barbara Junior Myers. Robert Junior Nabor:, Sophomore Nail Sophomore Nash Junior 1K Neeiy Freshman Neill Sop ' -omore Newell Sop ' iomore Noble Freshman Norton Junior O ' Neil Junior Osborn Sophomore ' Overton Sophomore Page Junior Parker. Ray Junior Parker, Tommy Patrick Sop ' iomore Pearson Freshman Peevy Junior Pickering Freshman Pierce Freshman . Jfc Fifty C m L{noercL ercLassmen FIRST ROW HUGH CARL McLELLAN ----- Durant Junior — LXA GEORGE PATRICK McNATT - - - - Florence Junior ANN McSHANE ------- Greenwood Freshman — BSO ERROL DELMAN MALVANEY - - - Columbia Junior — KA FRANK MANGUM ------ Philadelphia Junior — KA SECOND ROW JANE ANN MARTIN ------ Gulfport Freshman — KD DOUGLAS MATHIS ----- Crystal Springs Junior — LXA FLOYD MOBLEY -------- Jackson Freshman JOYCE RHEA MONROE - - Wheatley, Arkansas Freshman MARY ELINOR MOORE ------ Morton Junior — Phi Mu THIRD ROW TOMYE FRANCES MOORE - - - New Albany Freshman WESLEY POWERS MOORE - - - - Jackson Freshman — KS CYNTHIA MORSE -------- Jackson Freshman — Chi O EMMA NELL MURPHY ----- Carthage Freshman BARBARA MYERS ------ Greenwood Junior — KD FOURTH ROW ROBERT SHELTON MYERS ----- Jackson Junior — PiKA LESLIE NABORS -------- Tutwiler Sophomore MARTHA JO NALL ------- Jackson Sophomore — KD FRANK NASH -------- Greenville Junior — LXA MORRIS GLENDALE NEELY ----- Jackson Freshman FIFTH ROW NORMA JEAN NEILL ------ Gulfport Sophomore — KD NORMA NEWELL -------- Jackson Sophomore — Phi Mu NANCY NOBLE -------- Jackson Freshman — Phi Mu Fifty-One NORMA NORTON ------- Lorman Junior ARTHUR O ' NEIL - - - - - - - - Jackson Sophomore — KS SIXTH ROW MARJORIE ANN ORSBORN - - - Greenwood Sophomore — KD CLAYTON JUSTUS OVERTON - - - - Jackson Junior — KA LESLIE PAGE --------- Grenada Junior — PiKA ROY ACTON PARKER ------ Jackson Sophomore THOMAS E. PARKER ------ McComb Junior — KA SEVENTH ROW JEANNE PATRICK ------- Jackson Sophomore RUTH ANN PEARSON ----- Glen Allen Freshman PEGGY PEEVEY -------- Richton Junior — Phi Mu SAMMIE DEAN PICKERING - - - - Belzoni Freshman — Chi JACQUELINE ADAIR PIERCE - - - - Jackson Freshman — Chi " And wait ' ll you see how it comes out! ' Ir ' " f v ,JyM i. . ' V " " f- 1 »;s - r _ K. " !▼ [ N. I r, Pigott, Charles Junior Pigott, W. D. Junior Phillips Sophomore Planch Freshman Polk Sophomore Poole Freshmar Powell. David Powell. William Freshman Price, Roy Price, T. D. Sophomore Price, Tommie Freshman Puckett Junior Punshon Junior Ragan Freshman Reese Freshman Renegor Sophomore Ridgeway Sophomore Riecken Freshman Robbins Freshman Robinson. Lucy Sophomore Robinson. M. Sophomore Roby Freshman Ross Freshman Rushing Freshman Russell Junior Rutledge Sophomore Ryan Junior Sally Junior Sanchez Freshman Sanders, Dot Freshman Sanders, Jeanette Junior Sandfrs, Virginia Freshman Sonford Sophomore Sch mpf Sophomore C ke L{naercL ercLassmen FIRST ROW CHARLES HAYMES PICOTT - - - - Meridian Junior WILTON DUPREE PICOTT - - - - Tylertown Junior MARY HELEN PHILLIPS ------ Flora Sophomore — BSO CHARLES ALLEN PLANCH ----- Jackson Freshman HOWELL DOUCLAS POLK ----- Corinrh Sophomore — KS SECOND ROW CAROL POOLE -------- Jackson Freshman — BSO ERNEST RAY PORTER ----- Rose Hill Freshman DAVID D. POWELL ------ Gulfport Junior — KS WILLIAM FRANK POWELL - - Memphis, Tenn. Freshman — KS ROY BYRD PRICE ------- Madison Junior — KS THIRD ROW THOMAS DOUCLAS PRICE ----- Meridian Sophomore TOMMIE EUGENE PRICE ----- Prentiss Freshman ODEAN PUCKETT -------- Jackson Junior — PiKA MYRENE PUNSHON ----- Orlando, Fla. Juni or — BSO ANN MARIE RACAN ------ Edwards Freshman — Chi FOURTH ROW TERRY DALTON REES ------ Newton Freshman — KS DOROTHY LEE RENECAR ----- Jackson Sophomore CECILIA RIDCWAY ------ Gulfport Sophomore — KD ELLNORA RIECKEN ------ Jackson Freshman — BSO IRENE ELIZABETH ROBBINS - - - Kosciusko Freshman — BSO FIFTH ROW LUCY ROBINSON ------- New Albany Sophomore McWILLIE M. ROBINSON ----- Jackson Sophomore — KA MILTON L. ROBY ------- Durant Freshman — KS MAE FRANCES ROSS ----- Olive Branch Freshman LESLIE WAYNE RUSHING ----- McComb Freshman SIXTH ROW BETTYE RUSSELL ------ Monticello Junior ANNE RUTLEDCE ------ State College Sophomore — Chi O WILMA RYAN -------- Bentonia Junior DENNIS E. SALLEY -------- Eupoth Junior EMILY SANCHEZ - - - - Rio Grand City, Tex. Freshman SEVENTH ROW DOROTHY A. SANDERS ------ Gul fport Freshman JEANETTE SANDERS ----- Hickory Flat Junior — KD VIRGINIA SANDERS ------ Vicksburg Freshman — Phi Mu SYLVIA SANDFORD ------ Philadelphia Sophomore — KD JAMES WALTER SCHIMPF ----- Jackson Sophomore — PiKA You dol r « = .: Fifty-Three • «%A W 5 f Selby Sophomore Sharp, Edward L. Sharp, Sue Shorpe, Janeanne Sophomore Shaw Freshman Shields Sophomore Sills Freshman Simons Sophomore Simmons, J T. Freshman SimmDns. Walter Sophomore Sistrunk Sophomore Slee Sophomore Sm,th. Bettye Junior Smith, Betty Jo Sophomore Smith, Bobby Jean Freshman Smith, Bobby Jo Freshman Smith, Sara Jo Freshman Spear Sophomore Spell Freshman Spence Freshman Stallings Freshman Stanton Sophomore Stennis Sophomore Stephenson Junior Streetman Junior Strong Freshman Sturdvanf, Ed Sophomore Sturdivant, Wayne Suthoff, Barbara Freshman Suthotf, Peggy Junior Sykes Junior Terry Freshman Thompson Freshman Fifty -Four CMe l yiaercLassmen FIRST ROW JOE SCHMITT -------- Jackson Senior MARTHA ANN SELBY ----- Charleston Sophomore — BSO JOHN W. SHARMAN ------ Meridian Freshman EDWARD LAMAR SHARP - - - - Foxworth Freshman SUE SHARP ------- Amarillo, Texas Freshman — Chi O SECOND ROW JANEANNE SHARPE ------ Indianola Sophomore- BSO ANNIE ERNESTINE SHAW - - - New Orleans Freshman MARY ALICE SHIELDS ----- Tchula Sophomore — BSO CHARLES GLENN SILLS ------ Jackson Freshman KENNETH WESTCOTT SIMONS - Detroit, Mich. Sophomore — LXA THIRD ROW JULIUS T. SIMMONS ------ Jackson Freshman WALTER SIMMONS ------- Jackson Sophomore WILLIAM FRANK SISTRUNK - - - - Jackson Junior — KA CLARA SLEE ----- Morococha Yauli, Peru Sophomore BETTYE FIELD SMITH ------ Jackson Junior — BSO FOURTH ROW BETTY JO SMITH ------ Kosciusko Sophomore — KD BOBBY JEAN SMITH ----- Greenville Freshman BOBBY JOE SMITH - - - - - - - Liberty Freshman SARA JO SMITH -------- Tupelo Freshman MILDRED SPEAR ------- Corinth Sophomore FIFTH ROW THOMAS RANSOM SPELL ----- Jackson Freshman — KA DOLORES ANN SPENCE ----- Jackson Freshman JANE STALINGS -------- Tupelo Freshman Fifty-Five BARBARA STANTON ------ Natchez Sophomore BETTY GENE STENNIS ------- Macon Sophomore SIXTH ROW WILBURN M. STEPHENSON - - - - Jackson Junior ROBERT FRANCIS STREETMAN - - - Durant Junior — LXA CHARLES STRONG ------- Jackson Freshman EDWIN STURDIVANT ------ Jackson Sophomore — LXA WAYNE STURDIVANT - - - - - Columbia Junior — KA SEVENTH ROW BARBARA SUTHOFF ------ Moss Point Freshman — KD PEGGY SUTHOFF - - - - _ _ - Moss Point Junior — KD GRANVILLE SYKES ------- Jackson Junior — PiKA THERESA TERRY ------- Columbia Freshman — Phi Mu FRANCES THOMPSON ------ Jackson Freshman — Phi Mu The KD ' s duz everything! Tomlinson Freshman Tamplin Freshman Trigg Freshman Turner, Ann Junior Turner, Johnny Freshman Vaughn, Mary Freshman Vaughn, Nell M. Sophomore Waddell Freshman Wadlington Sophomore Waldrop, Roger Junior Waldrop, Walter Sophomore Wallace Sophomore Wolley, N. R. Freshman Wolley, Oscar Junior Walters Sophomore Wosson, Jean Sophomore Wosson, Lynda Junior Wosson, Warren Sophomore Way Freshman Weathersby Freshman Webb Freshman Welch Freshman Wells, Lamar Sophomore Wells, Lonetta Junior Westbrook Sophomore Westerfield Freshman Weston Freshman Whitam Sophomore White, Morris Junior White, Shelley Sophomore Whitehouse Sophomore Whitehurst Junior Wiggins Junior Fifty-Six C rie L{rioerciassmen FIRST ROW ELEANOR CHARLES TOMLINSON - - Clarksdale Freshman — Chi O JAMES ULLMAN TAMPLIN - - - - Lakeshore Freshman JERRY TRIGG -------- Quitman Freshman ELIZABETH ANNE TURNER - - - Greenwood Junior — KD JOHN EVERETTE TURNER - - - - Kosciusko Freshman — PiKA SECOND ROW MARY VAUCHAN Jackson Junior — KD NELL MARIE VAUCHAN - - - - Carthage Freshman WANDA WADDELL ------- Jackson Freshman — Phi Mu MILLY WADLINGTON ------ Jackson Sophomore — KD ROGER WALDROP ------- Jackson Junior — LXA THIRD ROW WALTER ERVIN WALDROP - - - - Florence Sophomore — Pi KA BARBARA WALKER Jackson Junior — BSO IVEY HURD WALLACE ----- Jackson Sophomore — KD NATHAN RILEY WALLEY ----- Richton Freshman — KS OSCAR N. WALLEY ------- Richton Junior — KS FOURTH ROW RICHARD PAUL WALTERS - - - Greenville Sophomore — KA LYNDA WASSON ------ Kosciusko Junior — KD SARA IMOGENE WASSON Ethel Sophomore — KD WARREN WASSON ------- Fulton Sophomore JOSEPH CLARK WAY ----- Georgetown Freshman FIFTH ROW WILLIAM THOMAS WEATHERSBY - - Jackson Freshman NANETTE WEAVER ------ Ackerman Junior — KD BOBBY WEBB ------- Vicksburg Freshman Fifty-Seven ANNA RUTH WELCH ----- Raymond Freshman LAMAR MILFORD WELLS ----- Jackson Sophomore SIXTH ROW LONETTA WELLS -------- Jackson Junior — Phi Mu BETTY JEAN WESTBROOK ----- __Summit Sophomore CLAUDETTE WESTERFIELD - - - Mendenhall Freshman JEANET WESTON ------- Jackson Freshman — Phi Mu FRED WHITAM -------- Natchez Sophomore SEVENTH ROW MORRIS WHITE ------- Greenwood Sophomore SHELLY WHITE -------- Jackson Sophomore — PiKA FRED WHITEHOUSE ------ Columbia Sophomore — PiKA BERRY WHITEHURST ----- Coldwater Junior PAUL WIGGINS ------- Parchman Junior — PiKA Wilkerson Freshman Wilkinson, Cornelia Freshman Wilkinson, Gene Junior 1 Williams, Billie Freshman Williams, Charles Freshman Williams, Fred A lte Williams, James Sophomore Williams, Rosemary- Freshman Williamson, Albert Freshman Williamson, Jerry Junior Wilson, Elizabeth Junior Wilson, Joan Junior 0h ' . 0 ts P Wilson, Tommy Junior Winborn Freshman Wiseman Sophomore Wofford Sophomore Woods Junior Wright Junior Youngs Freshman Fifty-Eight Cyke L naercLassmeri FIRST ROW DORIS WILKERSON Jackson Freshman CORNELIA WILKINSON ----- Closter Freshman DIXIE WINBORN -------- Durant Freshman — Chi DOROTHY WISEMAN - - - - Sophomore — Phi Mu SIXTH ROW Greenville GENE WILKINSON Jackson Junior — LXA JESS WOFFORD ------- Perkinston Freshman SECOND ROW BILLIE JEAN WILLIAMS - - - New Orleans, La. Sophomore CHARLES HENRY WILLIAMS - Freshman — KA Jackson FRED WILLIAMS ------ Vicksburg Junior — PiKA THIRD ROW JAMES L. WILLIAMS - - - - Sophomore — KA McComb TOMMY WOODARD - - - - Junior — PiKA Greenville TOMMY WOODS ------ Greenwood Junior — KS SEVENTH ROW: WILLIAM EUGENE WRIGHT Junior Tunica DONALD RICHARD YOUNGS - - Deposit, N. Y. Freshman — LXA ROSEMARY WILLIAMS - - Freshman Belzoni ALBERT WILLIAMSON - - - Freshman — PiKA FOURTH ROW JERRY WILLIAMSON Junior ELIZABETH WILSON - - - Junior — Chi JOAN WILSON FIFTH ROW Junior — Vikings Greenwood Philadelphia Cleveland Richton " Now lets pull down the pillars. THOMAS E. WILSON ------ Jackson Junior — KA Fiity-Nine iD[ic[iinii[i not piciureo MILTON GEORGE ACKER - - - - Jackson Freshman MARY ANN ALDRIDGE Jackson Freshman JULIA MAE ALLEN - Quitman Sophomore KATHERINE ANN ALVIS ----- Jackson Freshman JAMES EDWIN ARBOGAST - - - Pearl City Freshman ROY TURNER ARNOLD ------ Jackson Junior SALLY LOU ATTWOOD ----- Jackson SP. St. — Delta Gamma GARY JEROME BALIUS ----- Biloxi Freshman J. NOEL BALL -------- McComb Freshman BENJAMIN F. BANAHAN ------ Flora Sophomore — KS HAROLD R. BANCROFT ----- Meridian Junior DOROTHY J. BARNES ------ Jackson Sp. St. RAMON VINCENT BELART - - - - Jackson Junior WILEY K. BELL ------- - Jackson Sophomore ORA MAE BENNET ------- Jackson Sp. St. LESTER L, BENSON ------- Jackson Junior SARAH GRAY BERNHARDT - - - Greenwood Sophomore — KD EARNA LARRY BOYD ------ McComb Freshman — KA MARGARET P. BROWN ----- Jackson Sp. St.— BSO MARY LOU BUFFINGTON - - - - Vicksburg Freshman — Phi Mu HUGH BUFORD ------- Jackson Junior MARTHA E. BUSBY ------ Batesville Freshman JOSEPH RUSSELL BUSH - - - - Yazoo City Sophomore SARAH ANN CALHOUN ----- Jackson Freshman ROBERT A. CALLAWAY ----- Jackson Sophomore INEZ CARADINE ------- Jackson Freshman FRANCES CATCHINGS ----- Woodville Sophomore — KD EVA J. CHAMBERS ------- Jackson Freshman CLIFFORD CHILDRESS ------ Jackson Freshman — LXA SIDNEY CLEMENT ------- Pontotoc Junior — KS HENRY CLEMENT ------- Jackson Sophomore DAVID COLBERT ------- Columbia Junior — SX JOHN M. COMBS ------- Jackson Sophomore JOSEPH CONTI -------- Jackson Sophomore LESTER STANLEY COOK ------ Natchez Sophomore — KA JOHN COPELAND -------- Terry Freshman NANCY CORLEY ------- Jackson Freshman CHARLES P. CORTWRIGHT - - - - Jackson Freshman CHARLES E. CRAPPS ------ Ludlow Junior LADY CAROLYN CUNNINGHAM - - - Jackson Freshman LOUIS DEMOS -------- Jackson Junior — LXA VICTOR DICKERSON ----- Mendenhall Freshman EDWARD K. DIX - - - - - Spokane, Wash. Junior — KS WALTER H. DORR ------- Meridian Junior BERNICE EDGAR ------- Vaughan Sophomore ESTHER L. ELIAS - - - - - ■- - Jackson Sp. St. :• GEORGE W. ELLIOT ------ Jackson Sophomore — KA SARAH ELSON -------- Jackson Sp. St. JAMES ESKRIDGE ------ Holly Springs Junior — LXA JEREMY J. ESKRIDGE ----- Holly Springs Sophomore — LXA ROBERT E. FERRELL ------ Jackson Freshman CARLENE ANN FREILER ----- Hazlehurst Junior — ChiO BARBARA ANN FRENCH ----- Jackson Sp. St. DONALD CADDIS ------- Jackson Freshman MARY GENE GAINEY ------ Jackson Sophomore — ChiO GEORGIA GARRISON - - - - New Orleans, La. Junior DONALD O. GATES ------ Puckett Freshman ROBERT M. GIBSON ------ Guntown Junior — LXA NORMA FAYE GOFF ------ Pascagoula Freshman Sixty ID[RC[Hnil[l not piciurea GEORGE W. GRANTHAM ----- Terry Freshman HARDY W. GRAVES ----- Alexandria, Va. Freshman BETTY JOAN GRAY ------- Jackson Junior BOBBY GRIFFITH -------- Jackson Freshman LESTER GRIFFITH ------- Jackson Freshman SUE DUNNING GUERNSEY ----- Jackson Sophomore — KD HARRY ERWIN GULLEDGE ----- Jackson Sophomore — PiKA DOROTHY BRITTON HALL ----- Jackson Sp. St. VIOLA SLY HALL ------- Jackson Sp. St. JAMES D. HARPER ------- Jackson Freshman ROBERT L. HARPER ------- Jackson Sophomore DAVID A. HARRIS ------- Jackson Sophomore V ILLIAM EUGENE HARRISON - - - Corinth Sophomore EDVv ARD THOMAS HASSELLE - - - - Meridian Junior LAURA ANNE HONEYCUTT - - - - Grenada Freshman — PhiMu JEANNETTE HOVIOUS ------ Jackson Freshman JOHN HOWARD ------- Brandon Sophomore — PiKA CHARLES D. HUDSPETH ----- Jackson Sophomore — KA BILLY IRBY --------- Jackson Sophomore JAMES V . IRBY -------- Jackson Sophomore — KS CHARLES EDMONSON JONES - - - - Jackson Sophomore — KA JAMES EDWARD JONES ------ Jackson Sp. St. ESTHER P. KELLY ----- Fort Wayne, Ala. Sp. St. ELIZABETH ANN KENMAR - - - - Jackson Sophomore NEWTON SCOTT KIMBALL - - - Crystal Springs Sophomore — KS BENNIE KIRKLAND ------ Jackson Freshman — KS BASIL KLEOUDIZ -------- Jackson Sp. St. FRANK CURRIE KOSKIE ----- Jackson Freshman MONTIE LAMBERT -------- Como Freshman — LXA GEORGE THOMAS LAND - - - New Orleans, La. Freshman CHARLES LASETER ------- Morton Junior RODNEY LITTLE ------- Jackson Sophomore — PiKA LEWIS ERWIN LUKE ------- Jackson Freshman — LXA WILLIAM F. LYNCH ------ Jackson Freshman — KA BILLY McCLEAVE ------- Jackson Freshman J. V. McCRORY -------- Canton Sophomore CHARLES T. McCURDY ------ Jackson Freshman DON RALPH McPHERSON - - - Greenwood Sophomore WELTON DEVON MADDEN - - - - Carthage Junior ROBERT E. MARTIN ------ Jackson Junior RACHEL MILLER ------- Jackson Sp. St. JAMES ERNEST MINCY ----- Jackson Junior — KA DORIS ARNELL MINIARD - - - - Beaumont Sp. St. JAMES S. MINNIS ------- Jackson Sp. St. DORIS L. MOORE ------- Jackson Sp. St.— DZ WILLIAM M. MOORE ------ Jackson Junior — KA JOHN WILLIAM MORRIS - - - - Vicksburg Freshman — PiKA SAM MORSE --------- Jackson Freshman WALTER CARL MOSES - - - - Greenwood Freshman BAKER GERALD NAGLE ----- Jackson Junior — BThetaPi JOHN WEEMS NEWMAN ----- Jackson Junior BRUCE LAVANNE NICHOLAS - - New Albany Sp. St. JAMES ALBERT NICHOLLS - - - - Vicksburg Freshman ANTIGONE PAPATHANAS5I0U - - - Jackson Sp. St. WILLIAM SCOTT PARKS - - - - Greenwood Sophomore — KA FRANCES PEACOCK ----- Kosciusko Sophomore — KD BETTY BRAND PEARSON - - _ - Clarksdale Sophomore — Phi Mu HAROLD GLENN PEDEN ----- Terry Freshman Sixty-One y[fiC[fiSSH[i«. ; c «.e J AMELIA PENDERCRAFT ----- Jackson Sophomore JAMES D. PERKINS ------- Jackson Sophomore JAMES NEVILLE PERKINS ----- Jackson Freshman BURNELL PHILLIPS ------ Carthage Sophomore CLARA MARIE PHILLIPS ----- Braxton Freshman GEORGE W. PHILLIPS ----- Pearl City Junior NEIL L. PIPKIN ------- Jackson Junior BETTY JO POWELL ------ Culfport Sophomore — ChiO FRED POWERS -------- Jackson Sophomore THOMAS 0. PREWITT ----- Vicksburg Freshman DAVID E. PRYOR ------ Calhoun City Sophomore — KS WILLIAM T. RAY ------- Jackson Sophomore DONALD RICHARDSON ------ Jackson Junior CLIFFORD L. RIGBY ------ Culfport Freshman — PiKA CYNTHIA RIVES ------- Louisville Sophomore — Phi Mu LAURENCE RUSS ------- Culfport Junior ROBERT D. SARTIN ------ Brookhaven Freshman DELMA O. SAXON ------- Jackson Freshman — LXA FREDDA L. SHELTON ------ Jackson Sophomore — ChiO LOUIE SHORT -------- Jackson Junior — KA JULIUS T. SIMMONS ------ Jackson Freshman BOBBIE JEAN SMITH ------ Jackson Freshman FRED DAY SMITH ------- McComb Junior — KA JAMES E. SMITH ------- Jackson Junior MURRAY W. SMITH ------ Jackson Sp. St. NOEL H, SMITH ------- Corinth Freshman JAMES C. SMYTHE ------- Jackson Junior — Phi D. Theta GENE SPARKS -------- Hillsboro Sophomore R. JACK SPEIGHTS ----- Crystal Springs Freshman — LXA EARL A. STAIRES ------- Jackson Freshman JANE GARY STEWART ----- Vicksburg Freshman — ChiO LEE STRICKLIN ------- Yazoo City Junior — KS KENNETH SYKES ------- Jackson Freshman CLAUDE F. TAYLOR ----- Port Gibson Junior LILLIE THIBODEAUX ----- Yazoo City Freshman — BSO HAROLD F. THOMPSON ----- Jackson Freshman ROBERT J. THOMPSON ----- Jackson Freshman ROBERT L. THOMPSON ----- Hattiesburg Sp. St. NANCY THROCKMORTON ----- Jackson Freshman STANLEY TURPIN ------- Jackson Sophomore ELMO L. WALKER ------- Wesson Sp. St. JOHN WARD -------- Lucedale Sp. St. BILL WARWICK ------- Jackson Junior FREEMAN WATSON ------ Jackson Sp. St. CARL WELCH -------- Jackson Freshman BILLY WELLS ------ Hardwood, La. Freshman — LXA O. ALBERT WELLS ------- Jackson Freshman — KS JAMES WESTERFIELD ------ Jackson Freshman JOE WESTMORELAND ----- Taylorsville Sophomore EMOGENE WHITT ------- Jackson Sp. St. JOHN A. WILLIAMS ------ Jackson Junior — LXA DAPHNA WILLOUGHBY ----- Columbia Freshman HARRY K. WOODS ------ Vicksburg Junior ERNEST E. WORKMAN ----- Jackson Sp. St. JOSEPH E. YOUNG ------- Connth Junior Sixty-Two ACTIVITIES :ss 2£m ' mis K: Sixty-Four [II m un OFFICERS President -------- BARRY BRINDLEY Vice-President --------- BILL MOORE Secretary -------- MIM CARPENTER The Student Executive Board functions as Millsaps ' Student Government. Its of- ficers are chosen each year in school-wide elections, and its membership is composed of representatives from student organizations. Its principal duties are managing the budget and dealing with student body problems. MEMBERS: Van Cavett John Moore Julia Aust Lewis Pat Leap Nowell (Sug) Estes Dave Bali us Pat Curtis Roy Epperson Carolyn Baria Joan Bratton Lonnie Johnston Robert Hunt Lucy Robinson Left to right — J. Moore, Hunt, Carpenter, Brindley, B. Moore, Estes, Cavett, Baria, Leep, Rob- inson, Epperson, Bratton. Seated — Mrs. Cooper, Roberts, Lewis, Cooper, Mrs. Stone, Standing — Canode, O ' Neil, Mont- gomery, Norton, Myers, Moore, Campbell, Jennings. ICIi OFFICERS President - - JOAN COOPER Vice-President ------- NORMA NORTON Secretary-Treasurer - - MARY ELEANOR MOORE FACULTY ADVISORS Mrs. Hederi Mrs. Stone Mrs. Holloway Mrs. Goodman Miss Decelle Mrs. Cooper Miss Moorehead Mrs. M assay The Millsaps Woman ' s Council governs the conduct of the co-eds. The Council makes and enforces the rules. Its membership is made up of one member from each sorority, one from the Y.W., and one from the Majorette Club. MEMBERS: Nannette Weaver Barbara Myers Carolyn Baria Louise Campbell Mary Ann O ' Neil Lucretia Caldwell Martha Sue Montgomery Betty Jo Smith Ann Osborne Mary Ann Babington Jeanine Sharp Sixty-Five Sixty-Six EDITORIAL STAFF Editor: John Moore Assistant Editor: Robert Hunt Sports: Kim Smith Socials: Annabelle Crisler Organizations: Minnie Farlow Activities: Clenna Goodwin Features: Betty Small Art: Leslie Page Class Editor: George Reid Photographer: Ewin Gaby Snapshots: Bobby Myers JOHN MOORE -------- Editor €k e Q 5 Left to right — Turner, Goodwin, Farlow, Small, Reid, Crisler, Moore, Hunt, Smith, Page, Gaby. Left to right — Orsborn, Wadlington, Mincy, Lauchley, Milli, Jones, Wallace, Blumer, Ridge- way, Peacock. n n [ [ n BUSINESS STAFF Business Manager: Henry Mills Assistant Business Manager; Ernest Mincy Fred Blumer Barbara Jones Gene Ann Lauchley Ann Orsborn A. W. Ferris Frances Peacock Cecilia Ridgeway Millie Wadlington Ivey Wallace Mary Lynn Craves Sixty-Seven Sixty-Eight uni VAN CAVETT Editor The Purple and White is Millsaps College ' s newspaper. Published once each week, it tries to present all sides of col- lege life on our campus, and it keeps students up to date on all affairs of interest. The year ' s highlight for the paper is the April Fool edition, in which anything goes! JOHN SANDEFUR Business Manager Sixty-Nine an d nn FOUNDED BT THE JUNIOR CLASS OF 1909 Published every Friday durine the school year, except durine eramination and holiday periods, by the Student Body of Millsaps College, Jackson, Mississippi. Editorial and Business offices located in the Christian Center. Telephone 2-5382. Advertising Rates Upon Request Subscription $1.00 per semester 1952 n4unbcT Pbsodcrted GoUeSiafe Presj 1953 VAN CAVETT Editor JOHN SANDEFUR Business Manager SHIRLEY PARKER, News Editor; RACHEL SIMPSON, Feature Editor; CECILE BROWN, Society Editor; ANN ORSBORN, Exchange Editor; EWIN GABY, Photographer. STAFF: Jo Ann Bratton. Barbara Myers. Vernon Eppinette. Anna Galloway, Dunbar Babbit. Claude Smith. Nona Ewing. Bobby Myers. Dot Sanders. Charlsie Tom- linson, Cary Stewart, Audrey JenninKS. Helen Faye Head, Carolyn Hudspeth, Allen Davis, Ethel Clement. Dulori s Spence, Betty Barfield. John Newman. Katie Jo Easley, Jcanelle Howell. Mollv Lucas. Nona Kinchloe, Mary Lou Flowers. Frances Campbell! Sara Jane Cates. Emily Greener, Cliff Ripby, John Morris, Barbara Jones, Gene Anti Lauchley. rs s I First Soprano — Nona Ewing, Clenna Goodwin, Edna Khayat, Mary Vaughan, Dot Wiseman, Ann Anderson, Carolyn Hudspeth, Jo Nail. Second Soprar.o — Mim Carpenter, Carolyn Baria, Karen Cllfoy, Katherine Hook, Sara Dennis, Jeanine Sharp, Joan Wilson, Frances Thompson. First Alto — Janie Martin, Barbara Walker, Linda Lou McCullar, Mary Ann McCormack, Mary Ann O ' Neil, Alice Humphreys, Betty Ciffin, Norma Newell, Jose- phine Lampton. Second Alto — Mary Lynn Graves, Virginia Sanders, Lucy Jones, Ellnora Riecken, Helen Davis, Louise Hight. First Tenor — Cecil Jones, John Awad, Howell Polk, Robert Streetman, N. R. Walley, Lowell Jones. Second Tenor — Earle Staires, Fred Blumer, Henry Mills, Ewin Caby, Steve Collins, Yeager Hudson. First Bass — Dave Balius, Barry Brindley, Odean Puck- ett, Robert Hunt, James Barnett, Bill Smallwood, John Moore, Louis Hodges, Sid Head. Second Bass — Roger Hester, Arthur O ' Neal, Robert Kelly, Leslie Nabors, James Benson, Bob Blount, John Fenton. Seventy Seventy-One liuu um Officers President: David Balius Vice-President: Bob Blount Secretary: Josephine Lampton Business Manager: Louis Hodges Spring Tour The Millsaps Singers is a group made up of anyone who wants to sing. The entire membership constitutes the chapel choir. From this choir each year is chosen a tour choir. This year, under the direction of " Pop " King, and with Miss Bufkin and Mrs. Price as chaperones, the choir made a sixteen-day tour of eight states. Christmas Concert c ?w C C - [W hSi 1 ' 1 J €ke yi OFFICERS President - - - PAT CURTIS Vice-President ------- JIMMY SCHIMPF Secretary - LYNN McGRATH Business Manager - KIM SMITH The Millsaps Band came through much strife this year to become a firm and well- knit organization under the direction of Dave Balius. Mr. Louis Pullo directed the band in a clinic at Roosevelt State Park this spring. Seventy-Two Flufes Don Richardson Ellnora Riecken Barbara Suthoff Clarinets John Moore Janie Martin Johnny Turner Cecil Trantham, Jr. Charlotte Elliott Carleen Durham Fay Allen Jo Booth Pat Allen Valda Clark Molly Lawson Ernest Porter Ann Kenmar Cornets Bob Kelley Charlie Allen Albert Williamson Leslie Nabors Ernest Workman Seventy-Three MEMBERS Baritones Tommy Woodard John Sandefur Steve Collins Jerry Trigg Marie Turnage Reginald Lowe Bass Clarinet Horns Mary Lou Flowers Leslie Page Floyd Mobley Oboe Cliff Rigby Annabelle Crisler Mary Lynn Graves Tubas Tympani Neil Pipkin Pat Curtis Fred Whitehouse Bassoon Drums Sara Jo Smith Norma Fay Goff Billy McCleave Mary Ann Babington Saxophones Roy Parker Bell Lyre Rodger Waldrop Betty Robbins Louis Hodges Trombones String Bass Jimmy Schimpf Neil Pipkin Lowell Jones Wanda Waddell The Band On Parade FACULTY ADVISORS: Dr. M. C. White, Mrs. Marguerite Goodman, Misb Mildred Morehead, Prof. Paul D. Hardin. Zke SHilS Stylus is the literary publication of Millsaps College. Twice each year, it presents the literary blossoms of Millsaps students. CONTRIBUTORS Ed Sturdivant Cecile Brown Bobby Joe Smith T. W. Lewis Frank Mangum Betsy Hulen Mary F. Vaughan Reginald Lowe, Jr. Edna Khayat Charles Boyles R. L. McCarter Fay Allen Billy C. Greenlee Sammie Joe Clorioso A. Rayburn Jones Jerry Trigg Eddie Gossard Frances Cook Claude Smith Leslie Page Katherine Easley David McFarland John Moore Glenna Goodwin Joseph Conti Shirley Parker Rachel Miller Editor: R. L. McCARTER Seventy-FoMT t ' FEATURES Seventy-Six I , ' . . HiSHfi liJBfi MISS mmn Seventy-Seven zMettu t )nait Seventy-Eight ,__;2» yCr - ' Ar ' . y dM C t£e Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis, judges of 1953 Bobashela campus beauties. ew s Seventy -Nine uuw (znci (Ddmon on ' " HI _ 1 1 (odna C l iwuat Eighty Eighty-One Jzonet tz fe u Eighty -Two [yi ytfAil y O ' U t? ' ' i ii[in! J o lti7i Jutane Eighty-Three UU ][ ffiut S iist Jzemis Eighty-Four fHllfilf[S S 7i7ta(ieite T JV Jf ' o S nn. i atton Eighty-Five UU ][ ( at c ec t Eighty-Six UU ][ vanelte I it ecL ' tue ' } Eighty-Seven . . ' - " ■ AW SHUCK HO DROPPED T E f -» SOCIALS s ■ 1 Seated — McDaniel, O ' Neal, Brown, Leep. Standing — Leonard, Johnston, Burton, Grantham. py-i[[[[i II Pan-Hellenic is the coordinator of the activities of the four campus sororities. In conjunction with the I. F. C, they determine policies among the " Greeks. " MEMBERS CECILE BROWN -------- Phi Mu (Vice-President) LOUISE BURTON ------------ Phi Mu MARY GRANTHAM --------- Beta Sigma Omicron BARKSDALE JOHNSTON ---------- Chi Omeg a PAT LEEP ---------- Chi Omega (President! ANNIE GREER LEONARD ---------- Kappa Delta MARY ELIZABETH McDANIEL - - Beta Sigma Omicron (Treasurer! COLA O ' NEAL --------- Kappi Delta (Secretaryl Ninety-Four First Row — Keel, J. Lewis, Allen, Brindlcy, T. Lewis. Second Row — Estes, Townes, Blount. iHfi-fiflHiiin inuw The Inter-Fraternity Council mediates among the four fraternities on the campus. It is composed of two members from each organization. MEMBERS CHARLIE ALLEN ---------- Pi Kappa Alpha BOB BLOUNT -------- Kappa Sigma (Vice-President I BARRY BRINDLEY ---------- Lambda Chi Alpha " SUC " ESTES ---------- Kappa Alpha (President! DAN KEEL ------------ Pi Kappa Alpha JOHN LEWIS ------- Lambda Chi Alpha (Secretary) T. W. LEWIS ----- - Kappa Sigma DREW TOWNES ----------- Kappa Alpha Ninety-Five Ninety-Six u cyi Mary elected to hold gavel for Beta Sigma Omicron succeeding Mary Elizabeth — Josie chosen secretary for Millsaps Singers — Sorority wins scholar- ship trophy on the campus for second year — Josie is crowned Pink Lady as the outstanding senior of Beta Sig. OFFICERS President ----- MARY ELIZABETH McDANIEL Vice-President ------ JOSEPHINE LAMPTON Recording Secretary ------ MARIE TURNAGE Corresponding Secretary - - - - BARBARA WALKER Treasurer --------- JOANN HUGGINS Pledge Trainer -------- JMOGENE HARRELL Barbara Ballard Doris Barnett Shirley Bishop Carreme Boackle Lois Ann Boackle Norma Busse Mona Ree Canode Jo Anne Crawford Charlotte Elliott Sybil Foy Shirley Fritz Betty Ciffin Mary Alberta Grantham Imogene Harrcll Joanne Huggins MEMBERS Sara Frances Johnson Virginia Kelly Joyce King Jo Ann Kux Josephine Lampton Molly Lucas Marianne McCormack Mary Elizabeth McDaniel Ann McElroy Mary Frances McMurry Ann McShane Amelia Pendergraft Mary Helen Phillips Carol Poole Marlecne Presley Myrene Punshon Ellnora Riecken Betty Robbins Martha Ann Selby Sara Jo Selby (Caldwell) Jeneanne Sharpe Mary Alice Shields Bettye Smith Lillie Thibodeaux Marie Turnage Barbara Walker Sara Jane Wasson Doris Wilkerson Rosemary Williams NATIONALLY FOUNDED: University of Missouri December 12, 1888 LOCALLY FOUNDED: September 1 , 1 926 COLORS: Ruby and Pink FLOWERS: Richmond and Killarney Roses PUBLICATION: " The Urn ' i ' fei ' li . o ALPHA Z[TA CHAPTER Ninety-Seven Ninety-Eight mn Dee follows Edge as president — Denny heads IRC and Edge is perxy of Sigma Lambda — Dee invited to Sigma Lambda membership — Edna and Nanette are homecoming Maids — Nanette and Ivey are cheerleaders — Myers is Chi Delta president — Edna and Janella are Majorettes — Brat is Y head — Betty selected Miss Millsaps — Nan is judged Pi Kappa Alpha Cotton Ball Queen. OFFICERS President ----------- COLA O ' NEAL Vice-President ------- JO ANN BRATTON Secretary ---------- NANETTE WEAVER Treasurer --------- MARGUERETTE DENNY MEMBERS Sarah Bernhard Jo Ward Booth Jo Ann Bratton Frances Campbell Frances Catchings Sara Jane Gates Jo Anne Cooper Emily Costigan Marguerite Denny Virginia Edge Janis Edmonson Mary Lou Flowers Dee Ford Glenna Goodwin Emily Ann Greener Sue Downing Guernsey Bettye Hardwick Betty Ann Harris Gloria Hartness Peggy Hawthorne Frances Hicks Jeanelle Howell Nan Howell Annette Johnston Edna Khayat Janella Lansing Mollie Lawson Annie Greer Leonard Mary Lou McCee Lynn McGrath Dorothy Anne Mclnvale Gretchen Mars Jane Ann Martin Barbara Myers Martha Jo Nail Norma Neill Cola O ' Neal Marjorie Ann Orsborn Frances Peacock Cecilia Ridgeway Janette Sanders Sylvia Sanford Betty Small Betty Jo Smith Barbara Suthoff Peggy Suthoff Anne Turner Mary Vaughn Milly Wadlington Ivey Wallace Sara Imogene Wasson Nanette Weaver Mary Nell Williams NATIONALLY FOUNDED: Virginia State Normal College October 23. 1897 LOCALLY FOUNDED: September 26, 1914 COLORS: Green and White FLOWER: White Rose PUBLICATION: " Angelos of Kappa Delta " CHAPTER Wxneiy- ' Nine One Hundred u Peggye takes over for Cecile at mid-term — Annabelle elected Senior class Secretary — Clarice and Lonetta named Homecoming maids — Babo is prexy of Beethoven Club — Annabelle heads KDE — Cecile writes society column for Purple and White — Chapter wins Song Fest and placed in Stunt Night — Lonetta is cheerleader with Boots and Nancy substitutes — Majorettes are Wanda, Carleen, and Cynthia — Audrey tapped into five honoraries including Sigma Lambda — Cecile awarded achievement trophy. OFFICERS President ---------- CECILE BROWN Vice-President -------- ANNABELLE CRISLER Secretary --------- JOHNNIE WEBB Treasurer --------- AUDREY JENNINGS Pledge Director --------- LOUISE BURTON Dunbar Babbit Mary Ann Babington Betty Barfield Clarice Black Marlene Brantley Virginia Breazeale Cecile Brown Mary Lou Buffington Louise Burton Sue Campbell Boots Carpenter Anne Chatham Annabelle Crisler MEMBERS Frances Duckworth Carlene Durham Peggy Faulkner Anna Galloway Janie Haining Helen Fay Head Laura Ann Honeycutt Jo Glyn Hughes Sarah Hunter Audrey Jennings Nona Kinchloe Mary Elinor Moore Norma Newell Nancy Noble Betty Brand Pearson Cynthia Reeves Dot Sanders Virginia Sanders Theresa Terry Pip Thompson V anda V addell Lonetta Wells Janet Vv eston Dot Wiseman NATIONALLY FOUNDED: Wesleysn College Marc ' i 4. 1852 LOCALLY FOUNDED: March 24, 1914 COLORS: Rose and White FLOWER: Enchantress Carnation PUBLICATION: " Aglaia " Babington Babbit Barfield Black Brantley Breazeale Brown Bruton Campbell Carpenter Chatham Crisler Duckworth Faulkner Galloway Haining Head Hughes Hunter Jennings Kinchloe Moore Newell Noble Peevey Sanders, D. Sanders, V. Spence Terry Thompson Waddell Weston Webb Wells Wiseman ' F, y ' ( EP3IL0II CHUPTEH One Hundred One One Hundred Two u oii[e Minnie elected prexy succeeding Leep — Nona chosen to Who ' s Who — Julia is Homecoming Queen — Hand has lead in LILIOM — Anderson chosen Queen for Freshman Day — Mary Lynn is Drum Major — Minnie places first in bridge tournament — Minnie tapped for Sigma Lambda — Rachel is feature editor for Purple and White — Chi O wins Stunt night bucket. OFFICERS President ----------- PAT LEEP Vice-President --------- NONA EWING Secretary ---------- ELIZABETH LESTER Treasurer ---------- MINNIE FARLOW Ann Louise Anderson Marie Ann Anderson Worth Bennett Charlotte Black Pat Boswell Beverly Boxwell Diane Brown Marguerite Cain Tommye Carnes Ann Carter Ethel Clement Olive Coker Alleen Davis Karolyn Doggett Nona Ewing Minnie Farlow Carlene Freiler MEMBERS Mary Gene Gainey Karen Gilfoy Mary Lynn Graves Riley Craves Mary Jane Gray Anne Hand Virginia Hewitt Kalhryn Hook Carolyn Hudspeth Barksdale Johnston Barbara Mae Jones Lucy Lee Jones Gene Lauchly Joan Lee Pat Leep Elizabeth Lester Sue Lott Pat McGuire Li-da Lou McCullar Alice McKee Cynthia Morse Sammie Pickering Jackie Pierce Betty Jo Powell Ann Ragan Anne Rutledge Sue Sharp Fredda Shelton Rachel Simpson Gary Stewart Catherine Swayze Charlsie Tomlinson Elizabeth Wilson Dixie Winborn NATIONALLY FOUNDED: University of Arkansas April 5, 1895 LOCALLY FOUNDED: March 31, 1934 COLORS: Cardinal and Straw FLOWER: White Carnation PUBLICATION: " The Eleusis ' CHI 0[LTA CHAPTER One Hundred Three One Hundred Four Julia takes top office in April following Carolyn — Bessie Mae is candidate for National Sweetheart of NISA — Carol is secretary of NISA in the South- eastern region — Lynn receives scholarship for graduate work in History. OFFICERS President --------- CAROLYN BARIA Vice-President ---------- JULIA ALLEN Recording Secretary ------- EMILIA WEBER Corresponding Secretary ------- NELL FOSTER Treasurer ------------ HELEN DAVIS Julia Allen Rosemary Anderson Lynn Bacot Carolyn Baria Carol Bunger Louise Campbell Eva Joe Chambers Jo Clayton Elizabeth Cunningham Maggie Cunningham Lucretia Caldwell Helen Davis MEMBERS Sarah Dennis Mary Ann Derrick Mary Dunn Nell Foster Bessie Mae Haney Louise Might Katharine King Adalee Matheny Martha Sue Montgomery Mary Ann O ' Neil Ruth Ann Pearson Bette Russell Frances Ross Wilma Ryan Vicky Taylor Betty Westbrook Emilia Weber Joan Wilson Clara Slee Bet Stennis Claudette Westerfield Emily Sanchez NATIONALLY FOUNDED; University of Oklahoma April, 1938 LOCALLY FOUNDED: July 19, 1943 COLORS: Blue and White FLOWER: White Carnation PUBLICATION: " N. I. S. A. Newsletter " Bacot Baria Bunger Caldwell Cunnin gham Davis Dennis Derrick Haney Might King Lovett Matheny Montgomery O ' Neil Parker Pearson Roberts Ross Russell Ryan Stennis Taylor Weber Westbrook Williams Wilson WF y «4K J • W 1 f mm One Hundred Five One Hundred Six yppfl Campbell named Number I as Sug retires — Henry tapped for ODK and handles funds for Bobashela — Howell is cheerleader — Irby selected for Washington semester — A. W. awarded Bourgeouis Scholastic Medal and Carter Oratorical Medal — Allen ODK head — Sug is inter-fraternity president. OFFICERS Number | --------- - JOHN ESTES Number || -------- - BEN McCARTY Number 1 1 1 --------- - BRYANT HORNE MEMBERS Jimmy Allen Fred Blumer Hsrry Carter Howard Cheek Stanley Cook Jack Cooper George Elliott John Estes Bill Fuzak Campbell Cilliland Lynn Hamilton Terry Hayward Bryant Home John Howell Ed Jones Ezelle Lewis John Little Jimmy Long Bill Lynch Ben McCarty Scott McCarty Errol Malvaney Frank Mangum Henry Mills Ernest Mincey Hardy Nail Clayton Overton Tommy Parker Billy Parks McWillie Robinson Billy Frank Sistrunk Fred Day Smith Tommy Spell Wayne Sturdivant Carry Sneed Drew Townes Charles Townsend Irby Turner Kinnard Wellons Charles Williams James Floyd Williams Tommy Wilson NATIONALLY FOUNDED: Washington College December 21, 1865 LOCALLY FOUNDED: October 1, 1 S93 COLORS: Ruby and Old Cold FLOWER: Magnolia and Crimson Rose PUBLICATION: " Kappa Alpha Journal " Allen Blumer Carter Cheek Cooper Estes Ferriss Fuzak Hayward Hollowell ■O £i I Home Howell Jackson Lewis Little Long McCarty, B, McCarty, S. Malvaney Mangum Mills Overton Parker Robinson Sistrunk Spell Sturdivant Townes Walters Williams, C, Williams, J. Wilson n a o " O ALPy m CHAPTER One Hundred Seven One Hundred Eight um s I] Howell takes gavel from T, W. — Billy Lynn is president of senior class — T. W. is Master Major — Moore is veep of SEB — Lowery is Most Outstanding on Football team as well as King of Freshman Day — Van is editor of Purple and White — Bob tapped by ODK — Bob, T.W., and Van named to V ho ' s Who — Kappa Sigs win Song Fest trophy. OFFICERS President ----------- T. W. LEWIS Vice-President ---------- BILLY MOORE Ritualist ----------- BOB BLOUNT Treasurer ----------- TOMMY JOLLY Secretary ----------- TULANE POSEY Pat Allen Sam Allen Dan Anders Benny Banahan Henry Barfield Wallace Blackwood Bob Blount Smokey Broadwater Billy Brown Sonny Buzzarde Bubba Caffey Glenn Cain Charles Campbell Van Cavett Sid Clement Frank Collette Keith Dix Paul Edwards Hugh Ervin Alfred Eubanks MEMBERS John Fenton Alton Garrett Billy Greenlee Sammy Clorioso John Griffin Jerry Gulledge Durbo Harrison Harry Hutchinson Jamie Irby Dick Johnson George Jones Jimmy Jones Tommy Jolly Scott Kimball Benny Kirkland T. W. Lewis Reginald Lowe John Lowery Bill McKinley Billy Moore Powers Moore Walter Moses Ike Musselwhite Art O ' Neil Boo Parnell Howell Polk Roy Price Dave Pryor Tulane Posey Robert Richter Terry Rees Mit Roby Bill Stewart Lee Stricklin Stanley Turpin Larry Wallace N. R. Walley Oscar Walley Albert Wells Tommy Woods NATIONALLY FOUNDED: University of Virginia December 10, 1869 LOCALLY FOUNDED: October IS, 1895 COLORS: Scarlet, Green and White FLOWER: Lily of the Valley PUBLICATION: " The Caduceus ' Allen Anders Barfield ' ♦ ' S " ' ' Blackwood Blount Boone Clorioso Greenlee Griffin Harrison Hutchinson Jolly McKinley Moore O ' Neil Polk Posey Powell, D. Powell, W. Price Rees Richter Roby Stewart Wallace Woods ri o rs « , ..- ' vp ' L-Ji CTj f III .-w ; • - ' " ' ' j " JT!? ' »«7 fT t -I Broadwater Brown Buzzarde Caffey _ " " V ' ' Cain Campbell Cavett Collette Ervin Eubanks Fenton Garrett V ' m ikflB ' ' A ' Johnson Jones, G. Jones, J. ««».■ ' I " . Lewis Lowe Lowery o (f . r!) 1 Sr ,iiP ' m, AH IhI B . iHII Hk JliH fe iH ff H A ff I r ri p ' r ■: r v w , . --. V w -N i a p a a o: i ilHl ' - - „ .._i . ' : l ALPHA UPSILON CHAPTfR One Hundred Nine One Hundred Ten B DUI Roger replaces Lewis as Lambda Chi Alpha president — Barry is president of Student Executive Board — Barry is selected for Who ' s Who and acted lead in Liliom — Luke wins Emory University Fellowship — Purple, Green and Cold Ball highlights social calendar. OFFICERS President --------- JOHN T. LEWIS Vice-President ------- BARRY BRINDLEY Secretary --------- DOUGLAS MATH IS Treasurer -----.----- FRANK NASH Marco Bolanos Barry Brindley Michael Conner Neil Covington Louis Demos Joe Eversole Jerry Eskridge Vernon Eppinette Doxey Fisher Eugene Lester MEMBERS Joinn T. Lewis Eugene Loper Lewis Luke Hugh McLellan Douglas Mathis Frank Nash Delma Saxon Paul Sebren Walter Simmons Kenneth Simons Charles Sommers Jsck Speights Robert Streetman Ed Sturdivant Cecil Trantham Roger Waldrop Carl Welch Cene Wilkinson Don Youngs 61 IBI IBI mi IBII NATIONALLY FOUNDED: Boston University November 2, 1909 LOCALLY FOUNDED: October, 1939 COLORS: Purple, Green and Gold PUBLICATION: " Purple, Green and Gold " " Cross and Crescent " Bolanos Conner Covington Eppinette Coss Keys Lester Luke Lytle McLellan Mathis Nash Sills Simons Sommers Streetman Sturdivant Waldrop Wilkinson TH[TA [lA Z[TI1 One Hundred Eleven One Hundred Twelve ] yppii [|[p " Mac " reigns on as SMC — ODK taps Moore, who edits Bobashela — Sandefur is Purple and White business manager — Pikes place in stunt night — Dave is president of Singers and director of Band — Reid pounds gavel of Alpha Psi — Myers and Reid are cheerleaders — Lewis is prexy of Theta Nu Sigma — Sande- fur is AED president — Pikes win intramural cup as they cop honors in speed- ball, golf, and tennis — hHardin selected to attend Washington Semester. OFFICERS SMC ----------- MACRUDER CORBAN IMC ------------ DAN KEEL The ---------- TOMMY WOODARD MEMBERS Charles Allen Dave Ballus Rodney Clement Steve Collins Magruder Corban Fred Delong Jack Dunbar Walter Ely Allie Frazier Ewing Gaby Harry Gulledge James Hardin Sidney Head Roger Hester Joe Hobbs John y Howell Steele Johnson Edwin Jones Dan Keel Bobby Kelley Albert Lee Rodney Little John Lott Tom Louis John Moore John Morris Bobby Myers Leslie Page Odean Puckett George Reid John Sandefur Bill Smallwood Jimmy Schimpf Charles Scott Claude Smith Kim Smith Granville Sykes Johnny Turner Shelley White Fred Whitehouse Paul Wiggins Fred Williams Albert Williamson Tommy Woodard NATIONALLY FOUNDED: Univers ty of Virgina March 1, 1868 LOCALLY FOUNDED; March 23, 1905 COLORS: Garnet a-d Gold FLOWER: Lily of the Valley PUBLICATION: " The Shield and Diamond ' Allen Balius Catledge Clement Collins Corban Delong Dunbar Ely Frazier Gaby Head Hobbs Howell Hubbard Hunt Johnson Jones, E. Jones, R. Keel Kellcy Lee Lott Louis Moore Myers Page Puckett Reid Sandefur Schimpf Smallwood Smith, C. Smith, V. Sykes Turner Waldrop White Whitehouse Wiggins Williams Williamson Woodard ■O o . .- ' J - ! W- ' Ib -dcf- r ,o. D P .o fTT eiCP fliL i UPim lOH CHUPTEB mt, 4Y •• ' One Hundred Thirteen Bowers Epperson Crenough Hardy Hetrick Hudson Jones Lewis Pigott, C. Pigott. W. Sharman Whitam Roy presides over Norsemen after Hetrick — Whitam is Ministerial League head — Roy is National President of Eta Sigma Phi and is invited to ODK mem- bership. OFFICERS President ---------- ROY EPPERSON Vice-President --------- YEACER HUDSON Secretary ----------- B. F. LEWIS Tr NATHAN BOWERS MEMBERS Fred Whitam Thomas Hetrick Earl Crenough Cecil Jones Joel Hardy James Tamplin W. D. Pigott Charles McCurdy Jerry Williamson Olin Cook James Burnett NATIONALLY FOUNDED; University of Oklahoma April, 1938 LOCALLY FOUNDED; 1950 COLORS; Blue and Cold PUBLICATION; " N. I. S. A. Newsletter " One Hundred Fourteen ATflLETICS First Row — Lowery, D. Powell, Weems, Boone, W. Powell, Awad, Roby, Fenton, Jones, K. Smith, Parker, Lewis. Second Row - Jones (Mgr.), Catledge, Culledge, Buzzarde, McKinley, Trigg, Turpin. Moses, Blackwood, III[ CI Football was the brightest picture i Majors got off to a slow start, losing to Del After that they went on a scoring spree an was not to be outdone, however, and held th game. This year. saw the Majors cop the Di light of the season was, of course, the thrill scored first on a pass interception by Kirkia three perfect conversions. Lowery smashed Cain who went over for the second tally. n the Majors ' sport scene this year. The ta State and Sewanee before they got rolling, d averaged 26 points per game. The defense e opponents to an average of 7 points per xie Conference Championship again. High- ing victory over the Choctaws. Millsaps nd, and T. W. Lewis kicked the first of his off tackle for 40 yards and then lateralled to The Chocs came back, tied it up, and then went ahead 20 to 14. Late in the fourth quarter the Majors put on a do-or-die effort, and Cain passed to Lowery for the third score, tying the game. A deathlike silence fell upon the stands as Lewis prepared to attempt the conversion. Straight and true the spheroid flew between the uprights, and that was the ball game — except for a feeble field goal attempt by the Chocs. One Hxindred Sixteen !» ' 22- 54 76 m y i Ijf H . 7! 64 nK%., ' B. Griffith, IVIcPhearson, Edwards, Butts, Cain, Glorioso, L. Griffitln. Third Row — Woods (Mgr.), McCasl ill, Little, Irby, B. Smith, Short, James, Kelley, Prewitt, Fuzal , Williams, Murphy, Kirkland, Scott, Greenlee, Stewart, Waldrop, O ' Neil, K imball, Richter (Mgr. I. r ij V D 1132 SCOREBOARD Majors Delta State 28 25 Hendrix 1 3 Sewanee 28 21 SOUTH PASTURE 20 27 Howard 7 27 Ouachita 33 Southwestern 7 TOTALS 146 90 One Himdred Seventeen %M. • 1 i ' f Cain circles the left side against the Chocs. A Choc rur.ner is nailed after a short gain. Glenn Cain — one of our all-round athletes. His cool judgement and great running were an invaluable asset. John Fenton — a fine defensive back. Hampered by an injury which limited his offen- sive quarterbacking this year, John should do great things next fall. Red Powell — ex-gyrene and Tennessee mountaineer, a mighty good back. Only a fresh- man, he was denied stardom by lack of experience. Walter Moses — one who proves that it ' s not size but ability that counts. Walter Waldrop — Playing in the shadow of " T " this year, Drip had little chance to shine. He shows promise of blossoming next year. Sammy Joe Clorioso — a converted fullback, now a hardhitting halfback who won All- Dixie honors. IPS ' fDil CAIN, Quarterback FENTON, Quarterback One Hundred Eighteen , POWELL, Back MOSES, Back WALDROP, Back U [ ] U ofi ' U CLORIOSO, Back One Hundred Nineteen One Hundred Twenty PARKER. Back LOWERY, Back I D n Tommy Parker — All-Dixie his sophomore year. Tom was laid low by injuries and failed to live up to his performance of last year. He showed flashes of brilliance in the final game and, barring injury, should surpass all expectations next year. John Lowe ry — Smashing opposing lines like matchsticks, the big cheese carried off M. V. P. and All-Dixie honors. Since he is just a freshman, the Majors will have an of- fensive punch for three more seasons. Billy Greenlee — Billy was a high school tailback. After a visit with Uncle Sam, he came to Millsaps and saw duty as a defensive half back. A Hendrix receiver is pulled down after catching a short pass. Cain is trapped against the sideline and fumbles. fc ' . W F 1 J BlK r »s- - KkMLi .,- . .l imy m One Hundred Twenty-One Clorioso tallies another six points against Hendrix. hhh i i GREENLEE, Back UiWiUof ' U Sonny Buzzarde — • After a year with the blue-shirts, Sonny came into his own. Paul Murphy — was late reporting but caught up quickly and did a creditable job as a defensive end and tackle. Bobby Joe Smith — another case of the right man in the wrong position. Bobby Joe shifted from tackle to end and became one of the better ends in the conference. BUZZARDE, Back MURPHY, End B. SMITH, End Cain goes for a big gain in the Ouachita game. Lowery crashes over to start the route of Southwestern. Scott Kimball — A returning vet- eran, Scott was a defensive tackle and filled in excellently as offen- sive guard in the final game. Tom Boone — another ex-Marine and a bone-crushing tackier. He spent so much time in the oppon- ents ' backfield that officials sometimes though they were us- ing 1 2 men. Mit Roby — Too much age and experience ahead of him this year. He shows promise for the future. II D [ III I K. SMITH, Guard CATLEDCE, Center One Hundred Tioenty-Two SWt ' ' -. ' . J s-. FUSAK, Tackle KIMBALL, Tackle BOONE, Tackle Kim Smith — a half pint guard playing out his fourth season. A vicious down-field blocker, he can well be called " the mighty mite. " Charles Catledge — a member of the Mississippi high school all-star team. This cap- able youngster shared center duties with O ' Neil this year. Bill Fuzak — a converted yankee. Bill was an All-Dixie tackle and dealt a lot of misery to the opposition. nil wUof ' u ROBY, Guard One Hundred Twenty-Four WILLIAMS, Tackle McCASKILL, Tackle IPS ' fill James Williams — Better known as " Big Willie, " this hard hitting behemoth anchored the left side of the defensive line. Joe McCaskill — biggest of the majors. Joe moves his 235 pounds with surprising agil- ity. A block of granite on defensive, Joe will return next year. Cain breaks loose for a score against Howard. Lewis makes the first conversion of the season against Hendrix. Tom Prewitt — Tom started as a fullback but really found himself at defensive end. Peyton Weems — the old man of the gridiron. After he and Major Millsaps organized the team, Peyton went to visit Uncle Sam. He returned to climax a long and glorious ca- reer this year. John Little — a fine pass receiver. John finally scored a touchdown which penalties had denied him in four games. Even more valuable as a punter, he was dubbed " the foot. " Dave Powell — Changing from defense to offense this year, Dave made the switch with no trouble and did a mighty good job. The first- score of the season — Cain ' s under there somewhere. POWELL, End One Hundred Twenty-Five STEWART, Tackle AWAD, Guard EDWARDS, Back U[[ Bill Stewart — Two times All-Dixie, Stewart was slated to double duty until an injury confined him to defense solely. His position will be hard to fill. Johnny Awad — another half-pint guard, a good little man, and only a freshman. Who can predict what he will do if he grows up! ' Paul Edwards — Better known as a track star, Paul put his record-breaking speed to good use as a halfback. William James — Lack of experience kept Bill on the sidelines this year, but he has three more left. JAMES, Tackle Hey Awad! You ♦hink you can handle all of them? One Hundred Twenty-Six 1 CLUB OFFICERS President Vice-President Secretary- Treasurer T. W. LEWIS PEYTON WEEMS TOMMY WOODS AJOnTTE CLUB OFFICERS President ----------- " MIM " CARPENTER Vice-President -------- MARTHA SUE MONTGOMERY Secretary-Treasurer -------- ANNIE GREER LEONARD Reporter .----------- JO ANNE COOPER Faculty Advisor --------- MISS FRANCES DECELL MEMBERS Jimmy Allen Johnny Awad Tom Boone Glenn Cain Charles Catledge Jack Dunbar Bill Fuzak Sammie Joe Glonoso Billy Greenlee Jerry Gulledge Joe Hobbs Tommy Jolly Jimmy Jones Reed Jones Scott Kimball Bennie Kirkland T. W. Lewis John Little John Lowery Joe McCaskill Johnny Morris Paul Murphy Arthur O ' Neal Dave Powell Red Powell Fred Powers Tom Pruitt Mit Roby Oliver Scott Bobby Joe Smith Kim Smith Jack Speights Bill Stewart Drew Townes Jerry Trigg Walter Waldrop N. R. Walley Oscar Walley Peyton Weems Willie Williams Harry Woods Tommy Woods MEMBERS Aspasia Athas Jo Anne Bratton " Mim " Carpenter Jo Anne Cooper Annabelle Crisler Minnie Farlow Dee Ford Sybil Foy Joanne Huggins Jo Ann Kux Annie Greer Leonard Adalee Matheny Mary Lou McGee Mary Frances McMurray Martha Sue Montgomery Jeanette Sanders Fredda Shelton Mary Alice Shields Rachel Simpson Betty Small B ettye Smith Ivey Wallace Nanette Weaver Joan Wilson ne Hundred Twenty-Seven fi A long drive — down the fairway? Chalk up another ten for noble effort. Ace — and no foot fault. " Now shift your weight — evenly ■ from your right foot. " " Eighteen-point. But whose serve is it? " ' and a smashing back-hand vol- ley. " One Huvdrcd Twenty-Eight One Hundred Twenty-Nine nu i She was safe — following quite a bit of " conversation. " J8!iiBf " fe«aMaa «-» " ■•ill it T %jf mawawitrr rfflfiirmf .. jass gg i SfeS 1 9 First row — Speights, Allen, Jolly, Powell, Cain, Trigg iMgr.i. Second row — O, Walley, Morris, N. Walley, Jones, Woods, Weems. nsniBflii As far as overall records go, basketball should have been left out. However pros- pects for the future are brighter than ever. Fielding a predominantly freshman squad, the Majors scored three victories over the Choctaws. Led by 6 ' 4 " Johnny Morris, the cage crew showed plenty of spirit and hustle. Heavy examination schedules caused the team to be left out of the Dixie Conference Tourney. This was a disappointment to all, be- cause we had defeated the winner in earlier season play. One Httiidred Thirty WEEMS 0. WALLEY MORRIS CAIN WOODS One Hundred Thirty-One JONES N. WALLEY One Hundred Thirty-Two POWELL ALLEN SPEIGHTS JOLLEY Returning lettermen — Glenn Cain, Drew Towns, Tommy Woods, and Joe Hobbs. uu The baseball team was the first and only athlefic team to fall victim to the Choctaws this year. They were a fine aggregation in every respect except one. That, of course, was pitching. Only one first line hurler was available, and he could only pitch so many games. They were a scrappy, hustling ball club and one of which we could all be proud. Most of the players will be with us again next year and expectations are high for bigger and better things. One Hundred Thirty-Fo ir ORGANIZATIONS ,-■-.-. • .•■ ' ' .ig m,- g s mm»X ' iMmi mgmmi m Wl ' ' : ' Sik A sH MHIBhI HI B 1 i i® . ' ' ■ ' ■- .i ■ 1 i cyi yppfl Seated : Finger Wallace Allen Moore Standing: Lewis Weems Moore Blount Sandefur Mills Cavett Hunt Brindley OFFICERS President - . . . . JIMMY ALLEN Vice-President ---------- T, W. LEWIS Secretary ---------- DR. ROSS MOORE O D K is a national honorary society which recognizes leadership in campus ac- tivities and scholarship. It is the highest honor a Millsaps man can receive. FACULTY ADVISORS Pres. H. Ellis Finger Dr. Ross Moore Dr. E. S. Wallace Mr. Pete Woods ALUMNI SPONSORS Mr. Mendal Davis Mr. Jim Livesay Jimmy Allen Dave Balius Bob Blount Charles Boyles Barry Brindley Van Cavett MEMBERS Magruder Corban Roy Epper son Eddie Cossard Sidney Head Robert Hunt T. W. Lewis Henry Mills John Moore John Sandifur Irby Turner Peyton Weems One Hundred Thirty-Six One Hundred Thirty-Seven B OFFICERS President --------- VIRGINIA EDGE Vice-President - - - - JOSIE LAMPTON Secretary-Treasurer ------- JOHNNIE V EBB Sigma Lambda is the women ' s leadership honorary which was founded by ODK. It recognizes leadership in campus activities and scholarship. Sigma Lambda sponsors Coffee Hour and the Varsity Show. Jo Ann Bratton Cecile Brown Marguerite Denny Virginia Edge MEMBERS Minnie Farlow Dee Ford Audrey Jennings Josie Lampton Barbara Myers Johnnie Webb ADVISORS Miss Elizabeth Craig Mrs. Ellis Finger Miss Mildred Morehead Mrs. Mary Stone Myers. Lampton, Edge, Bratton, Brown, Webb, Denny. One Hundred Thirty-Eight RiniHI KORIiRS OFFICERS President ---------- NORMA NORTON Vice-President ---------- HELEN DAVIS Secretary-Treasurer -------- SARAH DENNIS Social Chairman -------- BETTYE RUSSELL Publicity Chairman ------- CAROLYN BARIA The purpose of W C Vv ' is to provide a means through which all girls interested in some phase of full time Christian work may find help in securing positions, inspira- tion, guidance, and fellowship — and also an opening for many service projects on and off the campus. Julia Allen Carolyn Baria Louise Campbell Eva Chambers Anne Chatham Helen Davis Sarah Dennis Nell Foster MEMBERS Joyce King Josie Lampton Beckett Lovett Adalee Matheny Ann McElroy Frances Moore Norma Norton Mary Ann O ' Neal Frances Ross Bettye Russell Wilma Ryan Jeaninne Sharp Clara Slee Theresa Terry Betty Westbrook Claudette Westerfield First Row — Chatham, Ryan, Westbrook, Campbell, Slee, Dennis, Norton, Davis. Baria, Wilkerson, Matheny. Second Row — Moore, Chambers, Westerfield, Johnston, Terry, Lovett, Sharp, McElroy, King, Shaw, Ross. Third Row — Lampton, O ' Neal, One Hundred Thirty-Nine OFFICERS President ---------.- JIMMY BENSON Vice-President --------- ROBERT HUNT Secretary-Treasurer ------ BARRY WHITEHURST Reporter ---------- JAMES BURNETT It is the purpose of the Ministerial League to promote fellowship among the stu- dents who plan to enter the ministry, who in turn endeavor to promote campus-wide fellowship and spiritual freshness. The league sponsors, with the help of the YWCA, mission points located in different areas of the city. In this manner the students are able to help others, thereby gaining experience and spiritual strength for themselve.s. Robert Alexander Ray Bardin James Benson Chester Bolton Charles Boyles Dudley Brown James Burnett James B. Buskirk Fred Blumer Robert Yates Butts Sidney Clement Lonnie A. Cumberland Victor Dale Dickerson Jerry Eskridge Allie Frazier Robert Earl Crenough Edwcrd T. Hassell Harry Hawkins Sidney A. Head Jerry Hilton Adam B. Hillman, Jr. Louis Hodges Eugene Holmes Charles Hollowell MEMBERS Yeager Hudson Robert Hunt Lonnie Johnston Cecil Jo. " ,es Clarence C. Koskie Frank Currie Koskie Charles D. Laseter T. W. Lewis, III Joe Barry McCaskill Leslie Nabors Frank A. Nash, Jr. Arthur O ' Neill Harold Peden George W. Philips Charles H. Pigott W. D. Pigott Dav:d D. Powell Tommy Price Ernest Porter Gene Sparks O. H. Scott, Jr. Bobby Joe Smith James E. Smith Wayne Rushing Jerry Trigg Oscar Walley Warren Wasson Fred Whit ' ram Morris E. White Berry Whi ehurst Burwell E. Williams Cecil Williamson Jerry Williamson Jess Douglas Wofford Hillman Wolfe R. T. Woodard First Row — Holmes, Whitehurst, Way, Jones, Brown, Benson, Lewis, Hollowell, Alexander, Hunt. Second Row — Crenough, Hillman, Sparks, Whitam, Streetman, Wasson, Harrison, Powell, Youngs, Bretner. Third Row — Rushing, Hudson, Buskirk, Porter, Price, Johnston. CABINET President ---------- LONNI E JOHNSTON Vice-President - - - - - T. W. LEWIS Secretary-Treasurer ------- JOHNNY HOWELL Publicity Chairman ------- ARTHUR O ' NEIL Recreation Chairman ------ CHARLES BOYLES Committee Chairmen ------- JOHN FENTON VERNON EPPINETTE PAUL WALTERS FRED WHITAM Every male student at Millsaps is a member of the Y. M. C. A.; but it is the members of the cabinet who correlate the campus activities of the organization. One Hundred Forty One Hundred Forty-One u. OFFICERS President ---------- JO ANN BRATTON Vice-President --------- JOANNE HUCCINS Secretary ---------- JEANNINE SHARP Treasurer -------- ANNIE GREER LEONARD Commission Chairmen ----- NANETTE WEAVER LUCY ROBINSON HELEN DAVIS LOUISE HIGHT Social Chairmen ------- JULIA AUST LEWIS ANN MclNVALE Chairman of Bethlehem Center - - BETTY JO POWELL Publicity ---------- RACHEL SIMPSON Advisor - - - - - FRANCES DECELL The purpose of " Y " of Millsaps campus is to form an organization of Christian college women, committed to Christian beliefs and carrying the responsibilities of mem- bership. The membership is composed of those who choose to share in its program of high standards. Seated — Mclnvale, Brown, Muggins, Leonard, Height, Sharp, Suthoff. Standing - Weaver, Lewis, DeceH, Davis, Bratton, Simpson, Powell, Rob ' nson. One Hundred Forty-Tv:o MEMBERS Charles Boyles Van Cavett Joseph Conti Fred Delong Eddy Cossard R. L. McCarter (Pres.) John Moore Claude Smith Earl Smi h Ed Sturdivant FACULTY MEMBERS Prof. Lance Goss Prof. Paul Hardin Prof. A. C. Sanders Dr. M. C. White Seated — Sturdivant, White, Moore. Standing — Smilh, Cavett, Delong, McCarter. Kit Kat, oldest and most exclusive of Millsaps honoraries, recognizes outstand- ing creative writing ability and excellence in culinary art. 1 M n [ T [ 1 11 u [ L r Chi Delta is the honorary for women recognizing ability in creative writing takes an active interest in the Southern Literary Festival and Stylus. OFFICERS President ------ BARBARA MYERS Vice-President - - - - RACHEL SIMPSON Secretary-Treasurer - - JO ANNE BRATTON FACULTY ADVISOR Miss Mildred Morehead Myers, Bratton, Cooper, Parker, Brown. MEMBERS Dunbar Babb.tt Jo Anne Bratton Cecile Brown Norma Busse Frances Cook Jo Anne Cooper Katie Jo Easley Nona Ewing Audrey Jennings Edna Khayat Barbara Myers Shirley Parker Rachel Simpson Mary Vaughan MEMBERS T. W, Lewis Mim Carpenter Clenna Goodwin Virginia Edje Charles Boyles Van Cavett Barry Brind ' ey Elizabeth Lampton Nona Ewing Jimmy Allan Robert Blount in amoncj COLLEGES STUDLNTS and UNIVERSITIES Inclusion in Who ' s Who is one of the highest honors a student can attain. Ev- ery year a faculty committee nominates eleven students for this honor. piyppi Pi Kappa Delta is the national foren- sic honorary, recognizing those who par- ticipate in intercollegiate debates and speech contests. These debaters make several trips each year and have com- peted successfully against many high ranking teams. President Robert Hunt Tulane Posey OFFICERS - - - ROBERT HU NT MEMBERS Irby Turner FACULTY ADVISORS Dr. R. Mcllvenna Prof. Lance Coss One Hundred Forty-Three Hunt, Posey. Front Row — Wasson, Jennings, Louis, Harrison. Back Row — Ellis, Estes, Corban, Sandefur, Sykes. OFFICERS President ----------- TOM LOUIS Vice-President ---------- SARA WASSON Secretary-Treasurer ------ AUDREY JENNINGS Faculty Advisor -------- RICHARD R. PRIDDY Theta Nu Sigma is the Millsaps natural science honorary. It ' s membership is composed of science majors of high scholastic ability. Benny Banahan Jack Cooper Magruder Corban Hunter Daniel A. W. Ellis Roy Epperson Nowell Estes A. W. Ferriss Dee Ford MEMBERS Durwcod Harrison Audrey Jennings Tom Louis Errol Malvaney Ernest Mincy John W. Moore Steve Moore Roy Parker Don Richardson John Sandefur Billy Frank Sistrunk Earl Smith Charles Sommers Wayne Sturdiva " t Granville Sykes Sara Wasson Charles B. Galloway Eb C. Girvin FACULTY MEMBERS Franklin W. James J. B. Price Thomas L. Reynolds One Hundred Forty-Four One Hundred Forty-Five numm um OFFICERS President --------- JOHN SANDEFUR Vice-President ---------- JOHN MOORE Secretary-Treasurer ------- DURBO HARRISON Historian --------- MAGRUDER CORBAN Faculty Advisor --------- DR. J. B. PRICE AED strives to help all pre-med students in their pre-medical activities. This honorary sponsors the Red Cross drive and various speakers outstanding in the medical field. James Abrogast Bennie Banahan John Broadwater Dave Colbert Magruder Corban A. W. Ferris Dee Ford Durbo Harrison MEMBERS Audrey Jennings Jimmy Long Tom Louis Errol Malvaney Henry Mills Ernest Mincy John Moore Steve Moore Clayton Overton McWillie Robinson John Sandefur Billy Frank Sistrunk Earl Smith Wayne Sturdivant Sara Wasson Seated — Jennings, Dr. Price, Wasson, Dr. James, Ford. Standing — Moore, Corban, Sturdivant, Robinson, Malvaney, Lewis, Sistrunk, Sandefur. One Hundred Forty-Six D PS OFFICERS President ---------- GEORGE REID Vice-President ---------- KIM SMITH Secretary ----------- NONA EWING Faculty Advisor --------- LANCE GOSS Alpha Psi Omega recognizes outstanding interest, ability, and participation in all phases of dramatics. This year, its 25th, has been the most successful, with over one fourth of the entire student body taking active part in the productions. The major pro- ductions for this year included " Death of a Salesmian, " " Liliom, " and " The Philadelphia Story. " Seated — Coss, Myers, Muggins, Ewing, Blount, Goodwin, Edge. Standing — Reid, Smith, Simpson, Delong, Gaby, Crisler, Schmidt, Head. MEMBERS Bob Blount Barry Brindley Annabelle Crisler Fred Delong Jack Dunbar Virginia Edge Nona Ewing Ewin Gaby Clenna Goodwin Janie Haining Anne Hand Sid Head John R. Howell Joanne Huggins Audrey Jennings Bobby Myers Cola O ' Neal George Reid Joe Schmidt Rachel Simpson Kim Smith Ed Sturdivant Seated — Bacot, Dr. Moore, Webb, Steele, Denny. Sisnding — Posey, Hodges, Dix, Williams, Brindley, Coss, Hunt. yiiioy[i[[iiiDiH[y OFFICERS President -------- MARGUERITE DENNY Vice-President --------- VAN CAVETT Secretary-Treasurer ------- JANIS EDMONSON I R C is made up of outstanding students in the fields of history and political science. It sponsors a series of open forums during the year on varied timely subjects. Lynn Bacot Van Cavett Emily Costigan John Crab Marguerite Denny MEMBERS Keith Dix Janis Edmonson Louis Hodges Robert Hunt R. L. McCarter Cola O ' Neal Irby Turner J. A. Williams Dr. Ross Moore FACULTY ADVISORS Prof. Steele One Hundred Forty-Seven Seated — Suthoff, Babington, Roberts, Boackle, Bussie. Standing — Pearson, Khayat, Kent, Russell, Athias, Riecken, Burton, Chatam, Harrell. 8 H B OFFICERS President ------- MARY ANN BABINGTON Vice-President -------- JIMMIE SCHIMPF Secretary-Treasurer ------- HELEN DAVIS The Beethoven Club tries to promote an appreciation and understanding of Aspasia Athas Mary Ann Babington Careme Boackle Louise Burton Norma Bussee Mona Ree Canode Am Chatam MEMBERS Henry Clements Helen Davis A. W. Ellis Roy Epperson Gene Harrell Edna Khayat Ruth A. Pearson EInora Riecken Betty Russell Jimmie Schmipf Peggy Suthoft Bill Warrick Rosemary Williams FACULTY ADVISOR Mrs. J. L. Roberts One Hwidred Forty-Eight RJ ' ;- Seated — Canode, Brown, Burton, Crisler, McDaniel, Webb, Leonard, Kelley, Turnage, Mathenv- Standing — Doggett, Babington, Wells, Moore, Prof. Haynes, Mrs. Haynes, Brantley, Denny, Bacot. ypp OFFICERS President -------- ANNABELLE CRISLER Vice-President -------- JOHNNIE WEBB MARY ANN O ' NEIL Secretary ------ MARY ELIZABETH McDANIEL Treasurer ------- ANNIE GREER LEONARD Scrapbook Chairman ------- CECILE BROWN Reporter ---------- ADALEE MATHENY Kappa Delta Epsilon, a professional education sorority, promotes the cause of education by fostering high scholastic standing and professional ideals among those preparing for the teaching profession. Mary Ann Babington Lynn Bacot Marline Brantley Cecile Brown Louise Burton Mona Ree Canode Annabelle Crisler MEMBERS Karolyn Doggett Marguerite Denny Virginia Kelley Josie Lampton Annie Greer Leonard Mary Elizabeth McDaniel Adalee Matheny Elinor Moore Mrry Ann O ' Nei Marie Turnage Marilyn Violette Johnnie Webb Lonetta Wells One Hundred Forty-Nine Scitcd - Matheny, Edge, Dr. Hamilton, Weaver, O ' Neil. Standing — King, Epperson, Whitam, Lott, Hunt, Denny, Leonard. n D OFFICERS President ---------- ROY EPPERSON Vice-President -------- ROBERT HUNT Secretary-Treasurer ------ NANETTE WEAVER Eta Sigma Phi recognizes excellence in the classical languages, Latin and Creek. A campus tradition is its annual Roman banquet. Stanley Cook John Cooper Marguerite Denny Virginia Edge Roy Epperson Betty Ciffen Betty Cray MEMBERS Robert Hunt Kathryn King Annie Greer Leonard Julia Lewis John Lott Frank Mangum Adalee Matheny Cola O ' Neal Mary Alice Shields Irby Turner Nanette Weaver Fred Whitam One Hnndred Fifty One Hundred Fifty-One Miiisipspn 1 M f J fl [ fl P lUI] 1 J iSfl 1 J - OFFICERS President --------- NEIL COVINGTON Vice-President --------- BILL STEWART Secretary-Treasurer ------- KATIE JO EASLEY Advisor --------- DR. RAY S. MUSGRAVE The Millsaps Psychological Society endeavors to further the study of psychology majors by frequent guest lecturers, departmental projects, and informal gatherings at the Musgraves. Chester Bolton Dudley Brown Yeager Hudson MEMBERS Montie Lambert Frank Nash Leslie Page Charles Scott Gary Sneed Don Youngs Seated — Scott, Bolton, Brown, Youngs, Easley, Covington. Standing — Stewart, Lambert, Page, Sneed, Hudson, Nash. J . R . 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