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BOBASHELA • 1974 MiUsaps (Tollege KJ . .■ W t I :m : ' r: . ■i J i} w. .. J S: . m- k " " t o ' ' USD T » , a ■ I -. « w .- i ' " V ! V. ' • ! ' »i M ' t »T» n iP i ' t C i z BC i HECA 1974 MilJsap lcoUe jr SR- AVI •1 . ( ' -Vv. Sf • JaneTDyK s. -Emtcfr " i Marilyn .Thompson, Business Manager -i - 0 V r FACULTY 19 STUDENTS 53 ORGANIZATIONS 107 SPORTS 153 ACTIVITIES 177 FEATURES 195 SFTH YEAR of the MAJORS 3 L =- i ' . ' f r- ' J-i i -m f - ■ t W -• ' t 1. ' ' M i?hi3 ' ' -l 10 c. « i 12 • . V - Slw-., ■»■ V . V. !i. ' ■- 13 T4 « J-,ji ™«vi,.t« ..vi ■.t-.4 jr„iiifl »- Bi4 ' ,fi34 ' ' fi-4 ' itiyi «« j ii 15 ■ J-? - f- .,-■-. -..c .r:.i-. .rv ji..: mmmm ) ' ,. ' . ' ■ ' ' X. W ' ' r FACULTY V V ' ' U ?} C w_ " - y , . - -;.-. rHi. ' rj- ' ;t Jjf-f- _ .. ' VI Charlie Hinman, President Collins 2Q ' ' - " JA ' J Dean Saunders Chaplain Don Fortenberry, Bill Carroll 21 Adams, Political Science Blackwell, English W 22 Berry, Chemistry Ayers, Music 23 f Baltz, Economics Bergmark, Philosophy 24 -ii- -fp ■ Bavender, Political Science 25 Cain, Chemistry JRP m MH mmaf ' 1 m 1 i Bufkin, Language 26 Boyd, English n ,i« : ■ {i Bishop, Chemistry 27 Coullet, Language Music Coker, Sociology Edge, Physical Education 28 Davis, Physical Education Ranager, Physical Education Ezell. Chemistry 29 Frohnhoefer, Economics Galloway, Physics ♦ 30 i ' f i Harvey. Education Hardin, English 31 Hederi, Language Johnson, Geology .. . - gl . JtJ t.-JO 32 Hise, English V- ISSlSSlpp ou ny rfjore 33 Keys, English •V ,. ■--» 34 Kilmer, Mus Knox, Mathematics 35 Venator, Psychology McKeown, Biology Laney, History Sallis, History Levanway, Psychology 36 Lewis, Religion McKenzie, Malhematics 37 If Meaders, Education 38 McKeown. Biology Millsaps, Art Mitias, Philosophy 39 I .:imm m S gv (p ORT ■%:% V ' J r Morehead, English 40 Moore, History Montgomery. Physical Education •.y.v .-. .• t! »SE,J n %.-. ■ ,,».-• ' " S viS r- ■ KSte-- ■• 5( 5 ■ % . ' • 41 Murray, Sociology 42 Nevins. Biology Oniang ' o, Sociology 43 Rowell, Art Richie, Mathematics 44 Reiff, Religion 45 Wells, Economics Shive, Mathematics 46 ' i- ' Ci .■.% ,-». .■ ' • . -•f - — . • s ; - Stephenson, Language 47 Yensen, Biology Rosson, Dean of Women 48 Woodward, Dean of Men Anlhony Welly 49 50 51 . ' ¥0W-i Sif} ikiiii iMmmm:r ' ' .,-i, ' i .: :i ' : i . . ;s .. .; ?m . n.-h ' TT " M W. " I iifaifMHjiiiai ■ ■ " ■ ■«S- ' ' : 4 4 I ' - ' t i r? X )ENTS a gfe V- . v. . » .Q C:: ' t ! .M .:: ' k, -imMi:M- t 54 Sally Ealon Kerry Malhcnev Rachel Wallace Billy Gober Kalhy Byler Sandra Johnscin Michael Johnson Lindy Simmons Betsy Holmes Melissa Hudspeth Man ' Jane Mace Charlie Martin David George Ellen Leggetl Mike Stevens Randy Hooper Marv Lloyd Bellv Clark 55 Brenda Twvner Joe Morris 56 Sammy Thompson Margaret Williams Cheryl Crahb Earl Avcock Jennv Bates Nancv Lana 57 Flelcher Pyron -■ ■€ ' ' ' Cathy Posey Cae Ivy Pat Moulds SB C ' a.s!.andra Fovvlkes - . »» . ■ Richard Rohr Danny Young John Curne Bryan Fnddle Daryl Plunk Dennis Mcintosh Trez Jones Keith Walden Bill Wilburn Pat Kellv 59 Sallie Bush Bruce Nunn 60 Mclanic f ' rsnr i Jcrr McC ' ulKiuiih Johnnv McAlcxjnder Mike Reans Ricky Haygood Boh King Charlie Goldbers Ronnie Jurnev 61 Alan Brehm Bruce Miller Barry Newsome Cindy Newby Marv Tonos Diana Sessums Holli Rowan Elaine Henry Jack Ritter Laura Damon Helvenston Walter Wofford Anna Paine Mickcv Wallace Cynlhia Roberts Dcnise Ladner Car n Salter Kathy Fayard 64 Bclsy Bevill Scoll Robcrlson Todie Tatum Larrv Thomas James Alexander Rav Daniel Dale Hensarlina rM% ' y-. .:■ taiiie MeKen ie 65 Dewayne Price Paul Walker Ward Emiing Juanila OQiicn Kelvin Peters Earl Karges 66 r - r h Ml la I I , t Mike Ralchl ' ord Mclinda Harthcock Junci D kes Ann Hendnck Claire C ' haslain Eleanor Ccn ingion Man Neill Jan Bickersiaff 67 Russell Thomas -- ' ' Jt p i . !? Sue Beth Waring Janice Johnson Gerta Carlson Charlie Magrow DaMil Beam Diane Bruser 68 Jacqueline 1 r.i ier Marcia Melicliar Sieve hailev Jean Baile Su7 Rdberson Peggie Davis Cuid Davenporl Nella Jaeohs Glenn Hcrrinoton i Robcrlu Oshorn Sue Jcines I 70 Dan Flnnet ' rock Marcia Bvars Carol Condon Huherl Thompson Janii-c Moore Obie Clayion Janice Carslaiil ' ner Janice T,i lor Su ic Baker Janice Calrtm Betlv MeKinnon Lucv Biirrus Adren McCoy Marcia McKee Ru ly Buys Miles Hill 72 Sam Jew m 66060 00 Bobby Kees Bryan Miller Jim MeC ' aflertv Charlie Clarke Ed Kovvalski Rick irden Gretchen Owens Willie Wallace 73 Jiidv and Mark Samsel Friend Woodie Coleman Wilson La Foe Mena Zouboukos Rusty Buvs Friend 74 Manic Bordclon iLJ K - y Jack Arnisirons Ray Harrison 75 Connie Boozman David Christian Pat Goodman Clifford Amnions 76 Janet Wofford John WolVord Will Goodman 77 J Horem.e Jo Smith Diane Wiltshire Gloria Steinvvinder Jan Dickson Maribeth Megehee Cathy Posev Lsnn Brumlield 78 Donald Brady Paula Simmons Buddv Prmcc Irene Kountouns Joe Pridsien 79 Lorean King Edna Holbrook Lvne Gamble Jan King 80 Jell C ook Ik ' tca Simmons Dan Nciuiil: Robert Gnsham Mark L nch Kenl Vanski er Mike Huoni Br an Flini CraiH Kno Frank Lanev Riib Bowers 82 IX ' bor.ih Pes toil Kr;im.cs l.knxl rXMin.i llin i.-ll Vicki Gunn Hubert Thompson Belinda Walkins 83 Chris ' ilk;.rson Pin lis-, k adon Katie Holder Rose Ann Baroni 84 .land Clusislon Kcril .in kiMM I re Jones Doui; Bagucll Mike Fhiutl Rob MeDult Tonimv L le 85 Mjke Green •. Dan Richards ' ' ► 86 Jodie Philljps Jane Williams r fti Dwiiihl ( .inipbL ' ll RonniL- Hi.-iulri nun rl.■dL ' rll.■k i IS H.iwkinv 87 Belsv Holmes Lisa Blackburn Mane Lloyd Ellen Leggell Melissa Hudspeth Mary J ine Mace Kevin Sessums 88 Dale and Mark Sor " cnrrci ri t? V.;.- Susie Weill Liz Howkins David Franklin Tom Stanford George Evrieh Da id Anderson Jeff Willers Eugenia Cliburn David Higgins Bill PresTOn Dean Foley Ro ee Gar in Paul Watkins 89 Brent Campanella Lvnn Rietken 90 Beth Kirk (luick Hall Jill McLaiirIn Men.i ouhiiukiis Carol AiHK ' Slonc pril Branch Marcia Mclichar Ehana Blackwcll Gaylc Adams Peggv HIghiowcr Susan Smith Thais Broun Nan Gra es Marv Odcll McCoy 91 Gavie Adams Jan Lansing Ginger Downey Janet Love Laurie Brown Bruce Fairburn Jigs Dantin Br an Miller Robin Whatle Scott Shows 92 i akfeV,-, Bill HolK ■ S V ' j J ' ' --Ph Monast I ..T-. ' J i j1 Da id Den n Betsy Goldman Mike RoberLson 93 Be Barnes Ethehel Hart Betty Clark Susan Mitcham jii ' v 1 erry Nobles Rob Kins 9A S.irah (urnc VikK Hinni.in Saillv (irociic MarllKi llanirKk Howard StlinnhcTiicr Camp Best - 95 Flindj Ferguson Marsha Brock Patly Foster Danny Jones Deb Sorenson Jan Lansing 96 James Loflin Anne Neltleton Billy Slill Burt Jackson Melanle Boswell Warner Wadlinsilon Eunice Harris 97 Nita Fairley June Langston Diane and Bill Carroll Janet Shanks 98 Mike Harrison i- Rick Ball Judy Provost Joe O ' C ' onnell Bill McGuire Slan Axsniilh Don Fredericks 99 Martha Marshall Belmont Phelps Jess Simmons Linda Wells Anna Furr Barbara Smith 100 Charlie Hinman Diane McMullen Jerry Shivers John Tankslev John Lenoir Jim Lundy Frank Buchanan Chris Wilkerson John Mason Jeff Tolbert Mike Warm David Morgan Tom Henderson 101 Cathy Posey Victor Hawkins Robert Cjillon Sharon Arnold Virginia and Fred Ezeile Elizabeth Allen Maura Mcintosh Pal Cioodman PaLsy Pharr 102 Bill Raphael Cecil Quick Evalyn Bishop 103 Chuck McQuinn Betty Weems Tom Nelson Frank McWilliams Judy Cole Hamlin mm m» -: ; ■ ■ »-: ..: ' )« » ' £iL:- 104 Irene Crulhirds Sam Jew Will Wallace Mark Pace hK Mark Lvnch IKI| Russell Beard jIDi Richard Edserton Michael Hunt Hugh Clark 105 N ?. v ' ' : -m ' av y J:- ' i? y- :§ ft sg .». ife vc ; s xt. 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' ii M s % : % M ■ ORGANIZATIONS Student Senate Tom Blackwell Woodie Coleman Steve Dickson Janet Dykes, secretary Ward Emling James Galloway, vice president Pat Goodman Tootle Gnffin Elaine Henry Charlie Hinman, president Joey Landrum, treasurer Jim McCafferty. vice president Maura M cintosh Diane McMullen Mark Sorgenfrei Mike Stevens Chris Wilkerson 108 109 College Senate Judy Bell James Galloway Charlie Hinman Betsy Holmes Wendell Holmes Lynn Parker Stan Runnels Mike Stevens Sammy Thompson 110 Claire Chastain Bruce Fairburn Scwtty Greene Martha Hamrick Phyliss McVadon Dennis Wells Jane Williams Judicial Council m Marsha McCarty, students Bobashela Mark Herbert, photographer Edna Holbrook, students Marty Lowe, sports Mike Ratchlbrd, sports Toin Stanford, photographer Phillip Maples, photographer Marilyn Thompson, business manager 112 Janet Dykes, editor Patsy Pharr, assistant editor Camp Best, photographer Nancy Lang, index 113 Purple and White Lloyd Gray, Editor in Chief Kent Darsey, Business Manager Rob McDuff, Assistant Editor Obie Clayton, Managing Nan Graves, News Ward Emling, Sports Mike Forester, Arts Bruce Miller, Symposium Walter Wofford, Photographer Bill Montgomery, Photographer 114 ■? " rfi5 !g News Staff Steve Terell Bill Hanna Meredith Spencer Robert Gaston Elaine Henry Laurie Brown Paul Entrekin Rose Ann Baroni Donald P. Brady Sports Staff David Anderson Earl Aycock Special Features Beth RUey Doug Levanway Paul Pittman 115 Troubadours 118 A remarkably talented, versatile group of young performers, they have ammassed a wealth of experience in a few short years: six international tours, including jaunts to Europe, the Caribbean, Iceland, Newfoundland, and Romania; countless appearances within their home state (at Arts Festivals, Carnival Balls, civic and church functions) as well as in Colo- rado and Mexico; guest appearances with the Memphis Symphony Orchestra and on televi- sion; not to mention the annual Spring Con- certs at Millsaps, and numerous other special performances. Throughout the years the TROUBADOURS have continued to demonstrate their talent, ver- satihty, and enthusiasm, thereby fulfilling a tra- ditional concept of troubadours: taking their talents to the people. Mark Youngblood Dan Young Cathy Posey Steve Jenkins Elizabeth Harwell Stacy Jenkins Cassandra Fowlkes Ricky Richter Will Goodman Jan Dickson Emily Wofford Pat Goodman John Leech Maura Mcintosh David Christian Adren McCoy Ward Eniling Cynthia Roberts Sherry Pearson Janet Clogston 119 Millsaps Singers Diane Carroll Florence Jo Smith Jacqueline Frazier Willana Caraway Cynthia Roberts Kathy Byler Marcia Melichar Betsy Beville Janet Wofford Sandra Johnson Eileen Hawkins Juanita Ogden Ethebel Hart Dale Sorgenfrei Ree Ridgway Jigs Dantin Marilyn Thompson 120 Lisa Blackburn Mar Del McCoy Sherry Pearson Bill Carroll Lvnne Ross Cathy Posey James Loftin Bev Barnes Lynn Brumfield Mike Forester Judy Guice John Leech David Christian Brenda Tw ' vner Will Goodman Don Messcr Betty Weems Steve Hall Buddy Prince Janet Clogston Jim Matheny Don Wells Maura Mcintosh Syd Conner Victor Hawkins Emily Wofl ' ord Rav Harrison Tommy Lyle Pat Goodman Mark Youngblood Chuck McQuinn May Lipe Zehnder Tony Coppock Hugh Clark Anna Furr Ward Emhng Walter Wollord Robin Randall Rick Davis John Wotrord Frances Lloyd Betty Ramsey Dan Young Elizabeth Harwell Patsy Pharr Stacy Jenkins - ■ T » ■ ■ . 1 ' ' - : ' ' ' r:;««L ■-■•.-: ' M: W) . W M. - ' W- Sf ' « iV ' ■ ' ■m ' A JE k -i ;. - ■ W ' ' ■ ■- - Wt ■ ■ 8 ' Waj 1 t f f S ' ■ iZJ ■■■■—. ■ ■ Wj ■ 5 ..-M 4Sr ,. ■ % J Mm ' ' :U|- f - ' !a¥5 T2J Alpha Psi Omega A national honorary dramatics fraternity. Membership is earned through active participation in the Millsaps Players. Doug Brindley Clift ' Coals Harry Crimm Rick Davis Ward Emling Mike Forester Robert Gillon Eiddie Gove Eileen Hawkins Victor Hawkins John Leech Marty Lowe Lane Moten Juanita Ogden Mona Perry Buddy Prince Howard Schonberger Exl Shelnut Larry Thomas ' • " • ' ■i . n m i nw. i i i i aB!! ' ' - u 122 Beta Beta Beta A national honorary for students in the biological sciences. The pur- poses are to stimulate sound schol- arship, to promote the dissemina- tion of scientific truth, and to encourage investigation in the life sciences. Dean BlackwL-ll Pam Brannmg Alan Brinson Ricky Bullard Jeanne Cliburn Roger Collins James Critlenden Kenl Darsey .Mired Dennis David George Ken Grove Bill Hardin Glenn Herrington Mike Humphreys Janel Love Buffa MaJdu James O ' Donnell Lynn Parker Judy Provost David Reeves Meredith Richmond Paul Schuster Fiddle Strickland Hollis Tidmore Chris Wilkerson Jim Wolle Diane Woroner 123 Chi Chi Chi An honorary recognizing out- standing scholarship in the study of chemistry. Butch Atwood Pam Branning Allen Brinson James Critendon Al Dennis Sarah Fitch Steve Liverman Frances Lloyd Mary Jane Mace James O ' Donnell Richard Poole Judy Provost David Reeves Paul Shuster Eddie Strickland Chris WiUcerson Terrell Williams John Wofford I DI WI iHijIWI il iHI l i a if. w Uf iA 124 Eta Sigma A national scholastic honorary which promotes excellence in schol- arship on the campus. Members are required to have completed a min- imum of seventy-five hours. Juniors must have an over-all index of 3.60 and seniors an index of 3.55. Diane Carroll Susan Clegg Bruce Darby Ethabet Hart Melinda Harthciiek Ann Hendrick Wendell Holmes Frances Lloyd Bruce Miller Leah OIney Richard Poole Mike Ratchtbrd Chns Wilkerson Janet Wofford Ben Woods 125 Eta Sigma Phi The dual purposes of the national classical fraternity are to recognize outstanding students of Greek and Latin studies and to cultivate an in- terest in the art and literature of an- cient Greece and Rome. Bev Barnes Joe Bennett Henry Cox Irene Cruthirds Hans Jany Phyllis McVadon Ann Nettleton Leah Olney Mona Peiry Marilyn Thompson Chris Wilkerson 126 Kappa Delta Epsilon A professional education honor- ary, fostering high academic stand- ing and professional ideals in those preparing for a teaching career. Ellen Bear Eliana Blackwell Melanie Boswell Sallie Bush Rebecca Cartleclge Linda Chandler Jean Clarkson Susan Clegg Janet Clogslon Debra Dickson Virginia Ezelle Patty Foster Dee Hearon Beth Kirk Martv Lowe Marsha McCarty Mary Dell McCoy Marsha Melichar Ann Nettleton Cindy Newby Isabel Patterson Lynn Sappington Gail Scott Rebecca Simmons Susan Smith Dale Sorgenfrei Susan Tipton Sue Treniaine Cynthis Walker Janet Wofford 127 Omicron Delta Kappa A men ' s national leadership hon- orary. Membership, a distinct honor, brings together those who plan for the betterment of the College. Charles Atwood David Christian Henry Cox Kent Darsey Mike Flautt Will Goodman Scotty Greene Robert Grisham Glenn Herrington Wendall Holmes Hans Jany John Leech Mark Sorgenfrei Lanier Thomp.son Arthur Vingiello Dennis Wells Chns Wilkerson John Wofford Jim Wolfe Dan Young 128 Schiller Gesellschaft A German honorary recognizing outstanding students in the study of German and promoting an interest in German eukure. Those invited for membership must present a re- search paper on some aspect of Ger- many ' s contribution to the arts or sciences. [ iMd Anderson Pegg) Davis Ray Harrison Hans Janv Steve Ll ernian Frances Lloyd Stanley Magee Leah OInev Judy Provost J 1 ' : ■ 1 n- ' ■I ■ ' -v 129 Sigma Lambda Membership is the highest honor a Millsaps woman can receive. Each must be of junior standing and must have exhibited qualities of lead- ership, character, and service to the college community. Diane Faust Carroll Claire Chastain Janet Clogston Irene Cruthirds Janet Dykes Martha Hamrick Melinda Harthcock Ann Hendrick Ann Katich Marty Lowe JiU McLaurin Leah Olney Lynn Parker Mona Perry Florence Jo Smith Dale Sorgenfrei Marilyn Thompson Cynthia Walker Jane Williams Deedee Woroner Maribeth Wood . m j j mm 130 Theta Nu Sigma The honorary recognizes ex- cellence in scholarship and lead- ership among science students and strives to further interest in the sciences. Dean Blackwcll Pam Branning Allen Brinsdn Jeanie C ' liburn James C ' ntendon Al Dennis Ken Urove Bill Hardin Janet Love Biitfa Maddox James O ' Donnell Richard Poole Judy Provost David Reeves Paul Schuster Eddie Stricklan d Chns Wilkerson Dee Dee Woroner 131 Majorette Club An honorary recognizing those women who have exhibited active interest and participation in women ' s intramural sports. A mem- ber must have participated in at least three sports and have main- tained a point index of 2.5 for two semesters. Pam Ballard Rose Ann Baroni Sandra Beall Jan Bickerstaff Lisa Blackburn Connie Boozman Melanie Boswell Betsy Case Claire Chastain Irene Cruthirds Janet Dykes Pat Goodman Nan Graves Dale Guild Martha Hamrick Eileen Hawkins Laura Damon Helvenston Ann Hendrick Betsy Holmes Irene Kountouris Ellen Leggett Marty Lowe Maura Mcintosh Carrie McKenzie Mary Neill Isabel Paterson Patsy Pharr Marilyn Thompson Sue Tremaine Rachel Wallace Belinda Watkins 132 German Club David Anderson Janet Bergman Syd Conner Peggy Davis Gail Doss David Dyess Royee Garvin Ray Harrison Hans Jany Frank Laney Steve Liverman Frances Lloyd Leah Olney Judy Provost Paul Sumerall Don Wells Terrel Williams !3S ? S .W»I 133 Chi Delta Chi Omega ? ' !WS!S«i»«S!sfeeBfe " fc) " ii««««« M2AS 134 Elizabeth Allen Susie Baker Jenny Bales Ellen Bear Jan BickerslatT Lisa Blackburn Eliana BkiLkwell April Branch Liiurie Brown Lucy Burrus Diane Foust Carroll Anna Furr Nan Graves Eileen Hawkins Ann Hendrick Peggy Hightower Betsy Holmes Melissa Hudspeth Ellen Leggett Mane Lloyd Mary Jane Mace Adren McCoy Mary Dell McEoy Marcia McKee Betty McKinnon Jill McLaurin Maribeth Megehee Marcia Melichar Karen Nolan Lynn Parker Sherry Pearson Belmont Phelps Robin Randall Ree Ridgeway Lmdsey Shallcross Barbara Smith Florence Jo Smith Dale Sorgenfrei Carol Ann Stone Sue Tremaine Toni Walker Lmda Wells Robin Whatley May Lipe Zehnder Mena Zouboukos Toula Zouboukos 135 Alpha Mu Kappa Alpha Clifford Ammons Earl Aycuck Doug Bagwell Bruce Bartling Lance Benetield Jim Bcthea Rusty Buys Brent Campanelki Glenn Campbell Woodie Coleman Kent Darsey Steve Dickson Bruce Fairbum David Flautt Mike Flautt Mark Frazier Gerry Gaggini James Galloway Gary Garrett Danny Bowling Will Goodman Tootle Griffin Lloyd Gray Steve Half Louis Harkey Ricky Haygood Miles Hill Steve Jenkins Stacy Jenkins Trey Jones Bobby Kelso Wilson Lalbe Johnny Leech James Loftin Jeff Lundy Tommy Lyle Barrv McCrory RobMcDuff ' Ed Manning Lyle Miller Larry Moffett Bill Montgomery Joe Morris Scott Neeper Rob Nichols John Patton Ricky Richler Mike Robertson Howard Schonberger Jerry Shivers Scott Spillman Scott Shows Baxter Strain John Tanksley Kent Vanskiver Sammy Thompson Art VingieUo Steve Whalley David Womack Johnny Wray Frank Young 137 Mu Kappa Delta 138 Gail Adams Mclunic Boswell Lynn Brumtield Kathy Byler Claire Chaslain Jamie C ' hastam Mary A! Cobb Cher l Crahb Irene Cruthirds Sarah Neville Damon Jigs Dantin (linger Downey Janet Dykes Sallv Eaton Pat Goodman Dale Guild Donna Howell Laura Damon HeKenston Irene Kontouris Nancy Lang Jan Lansing Marty Lowe Janet Love Kerrv Mathenv Marsha McCarthy Maura Mcintosh Brenda Millstead Pat Moulds Freda Muller Mary Neill Ann Nettleton Cindy Newby Vickie Pavlou PaLsy Pharr Cathy Posey Cynthia Roberts Holli Rowan Diana Sessums Gloria Steinwinder Anne Thompson Marilyn Thompson Rachel Wallace Margaret Williams Emilv Wofford 139 Alpha Upsilon Kappa Sigma MO I I ■ ' Philip Adams Tom Allen Charles Araujo Riek Ball Ciarv Ballard Jack Barber Charlie Clarke Mel Cordua Mike Davis Jim Flynn Bill Gamble Mike Green Allen Greer Charlie Hall Mike Harrison Mark Herbert Glenn Herrington Marc Jones Bobby Kees Stanley King Eid Kowalski Joey Landrum Steve McAlilly Jim McCalTerty Jerry McCullough Bryan Miller Bob Moore Gap, Plummer Robin Robinson David Rudder Paul Schlictman Dwaync Self Fred Smith Lanier Thompson Al WatLs Jim Wiseman 141 Theta Eta Zeta Lambda Chi Alpha ■ . m, ' " A7 m 142 David Anderson Burch Atwood Tomas Blackwell John Bown Doug Brindley Ed Brown Steve Candler Syd Conner Rick Davis George Eyrich Stan Furr Royce Garvin Ken Grove Bill Hanna Mike Hendrix John Hollinian Wendall Holmes David Johnson Steve Liverman Fred McEwen John McVay Bill Marshall Jim Matheny Don Messer Terry Nobles Dennis Pratt Bill Presson Ricky Price Ronnie Ramage David Reese Scott Robertson Bob Smith Meredith Spencer Paul Sumerall Toddy Tatum Larry Thomas Terrel Williams Tom Wiggers Don Wells David Cook Dean Foley Frank Hays David Higgins Tom Parry Travis Tichenor Paul Watkins Jeff Willers 143 Alpha Iota Pi Kappa Alpha Stan Axsmith Russell Beard Alan Cameron Bill Carroll David Christian Hugh Clark JelT Cook Henry Cox John Davies Robby Duggar Richard Edgerton Ward Emiing Mark Eppes Dan Finnefrock Robert Gaston David George Billv Gober David Grimsley David Hall Charlie Hinman Randy Hooper Mike Hunt Bobby Jew Sam Jew Reggie Jones Grady Kersh Robert Kersh Steve Laney Chuck Lehman Doug Levanway Mark Lossett Jim Lundy Mark Lynch Charlie Martin Kevin McClure Allen Morton Doug Minor Mark Pace Dwayne Price Jack Ritter Richard Rohr Lindy Seamon Kevin Sessums Mark Sorgenfrei Mifce Stevens Jimmy Thrasher Scott Varnado Jimmy Veal Warner Wadlington Keith Walden Paul Walker Mickey Wallace Will Wallace Dennis Wells John Wofford Waller Wofford Danny Young 145 Epsilon Phi Mu r w ' t ' r:: 146 Michelle Antalec Pam Ballard Connie Boozman Sallie Bush Rebecca Cartledge Betsy Case Dora Cordua Eleanor Covington Martha Hamrick Sue Humphrey Janice Johnson Janeen Jones Beth Kirk Mar, ' Lloyd Lisa Lumsden Carrie McKenzie Toni McMillan Roberta Osbom Isabel Paterson Terri Robertson Kathy Smith Gail Stanton Susaji Tipton Susan Wimberly Eileen Wong-Valle r - 147 Delta Phi Zeta Tau Alpha 148 Janet Bergman Rhonda Everett Frances Lavelle Debbi Luman Ammie Patterson Mona Perry Susie Roberson 149 Inter-Fratemity Council David Anderson Glenn Campbell Mark Eppes Bill Gamble Lloyd Gray Charlie Martin Jim McCalTerty Bill Montgomery Dennis Pratt Dewayne Price Robin Robinson Meredith Spencer Dennis Wells . . tv 150 Panhellenic Janet Bergman Kathy Byler Claire Chastain Rhonda Everett Donna Howeli Melissa Hudsbeth Sue Humphrey Mary Lloyd Mary Dell McCoy Carrie McKenzie Mona Perry Robin Whatley 151 1., mii0 ' iM ' -¥i Mk Mt i i -M,f -i ' ■ Ss ' i s Mi u. ' «g| j;- mi ■kMmM Wmj iferCfw?! - -— ' tiw£ ' " ' f ' 51 " ' v ' ?. ' » ' ' ' fr,i A t . t. ggi t jWj- - :i; ' FOOTBALL The Millsap Majors ' 1973 record of five wins and four losses tells only a small part of the successful season. Un- der the direction of Head Coach Harper Davis and Assis- tant Coach Tommy Ranager, the Majors rebuilt the de- fensive unit and sustained a highly potent ground game. The 1973 season will also be remembered as the year that Millsaps football received long overdue recognition. The September 10, 1973 issue of Sports Illustrated, in an article on small college football, featured the Millsaps Majors. Head Coach Davis was inducted into the Missis- sippi State Sports Hall of Fame and Senior Linebacker Mike Reans was named as a Kodak AU-American. The Majors opened the 1973 season against Mars Hill College of North Carolina. In a game noted for a well ex- ecuted ground attack, but a poor defensive showing, the visiting Majors lost 38-7. The Majors ' lone touchdown came in the fourth quarter when Quarterback Grisham connected with Receiver Aldy for a 53 yard touchdown pass. The following week the Majors ' offense proved its po- tency as Millsaps defeated the host team. Southwestern, 24-14. Tailback Neeper scored twice with runs of one yard and ten yards. QB Grisham capped a 66 yard drive with a twelve yard run. The Bisons of Harding College, ranked fifth by the Na- tional Association of Intercollegiate Athletics, proved too much for the Majors as Millsaps lost 28-7. The Majors ' touchdown came as a result of an eight yard pass from Grisham to Aldy. In their first home game, the Majors displayed a tal- ented offense and a much improved defense as they rolled over Sewanee, 16-7. The pass defense crippled the visitor ' s attack, allowing only four completions out of 19 attempts for 60 yards. Comerback King intercepted a Se- wanee pass and returned it 35 yards for a touchdown. The fifth game of the season netted the Majors against Austin College. The Majors did not disappoint the home- coming CFOwd as they downed Austin 33-8. QB Grisham provided the first touchdown with a four yard run. Aldy ' s 24 yard run gave the Majors its second TD. Fullback Echols followed Aldy with a three yard touchdown run and Fullback Axesmith scored on a nine yard run. The Majors were scalped by the Indians of McMurry as the hosts fell 7-6. Aldy returned a McMurry punt 79 yards for the TD. Unfortunately a Brindley PAT fell short. A fourth quarter field goal attempt by Brindley was marred by confusion of the field as the attempt was blocked. After the loss, the Majors pulled themselves together to defeat Maryville of Tennessee, 7-6. The defensive gem of the day came when the Une made a superb goal-line 4 r«» ' ..J !54 stand, blocking four one-yard attempts by Maryville. Guard Huoni, Tackles Harris and Herring, and Line- backer Reans were credited with the game-saving defense. The Bulldogs of Texas Luthem proved too much for the Majors, as Millsaps suffered its fourth and final de- feat, 36-6. Millsaps closed its 1973 season against Prin- cipia by defeating them. ' .iAMisi,i - ' ' ' Wi ' fc ' c .. " ;: W 155 • ' ■■-r ' - 156 •»-»• J ■j» ;s.v sti - 157 ii »jH,-f r .J hff W ' - ' I ' r S ' ijJB .; fW im. ' i.. -. v - 159 Basketball The Millsaps Majors 1973-74 basketball team, coached by James Montgomery and assisted by Bob Boothe, relied heavily on its seven returning seniors to boost the Majors throughout seasonal play. Although there was a size disparity between the Purple and White and most of their opponents, the team exhibited quick- ness and fine shooting to make up the difference. The four returning starters, all seniors, included guards Reggie Jones, Vinny Lynch, Mark Sorgenfrei, and rebounder Scott Vamado. The other seniors who backed up the Majors were guards Al Watts and Kent Vanskiver, and forward Scotty Greene. Junior college transfers John Tedder and Paul Schlichtman alternated positions under the boards, while junior guard Mike Flautt and sophomore forward Mark Lynch filled in for Millsaps. A mid-season losing streak prevented the Majors from enjoying a winning season and the team ended the year with a 12-14 record. The big upset of the season came when Millsaps knocked off arch-rival Mississippi College, 77-72, in their best overall performance of the season. The heav- ily favored Choctaws fell victim to the Majors as the last regularly scheduled game in Buie Gym was witnessed before a jam-packed, howling crowd. 160 161 162 163 164 165 Baseball 166 167 Tennis 168 169 occer .--«M(is a f 170 Golf 171 Intramurals 172 % .-t... 173 ! I m § t,- fc. ; ; -MWHj IT- 174 SSsfci-SaS : " lis , H-- :5 t,? " — « ' » T v iw«ut ? aBafc, v »MMWAaaj»ftMnunj a ' : ) ACTIVITIES A - ' A ' ! £ € fe:r . Mi .,.. - 1=.- ■ " :?si:;r, 9 i: ms T--s iit- ' im- M ' Mt:s: ' . f ' - " -r . .::.i Arts Lectures Ambassador BuUerworth Margaret Chase Smith 178 .. (»V. ' .fVi vO Erma Bom beck Conduct Unbecoming 179 I I Homecoming 1973 180 181 Grady Kersh Queen Jan Bickerslaff Waller Wofford Emily Wofford ( Rick Virden Patsv Pharr 182 ■ ' . ■■ - » -» ■ 4 lUMjMMMMMWaC? - ; . ..«v nc,, Jack Ritter Holli Rowan Russell Beard Mar) ' Neill 183 Millsaps Players 1973-74 marked the Millsaps Players ' Fiftieth Season— and, in honor of the golden anniversary, Director Lance Goss decided to present five major pro- ductions. He chose his plays from the cream of contemporary British and American theatre. They included Robert Bolt ' s Vivat! Vivai Regina!, the his- tory of the conflicts between Mary Queen of Scots and Elizabeth I; Tennessee Williams ' The Night of the Iguana, a sophisticated comedy considered one of Coward ' s best; and Barry England ' s Conduct Unbecoming, a recent whodunit which delighted Arts and Lecture Series members. Goss closed the year with Rodgers ' and Hammerstein ' s phenomenal hit, The Sound of Music. Vivat! Vivat Regina! Eileen Hawkins Elizabeth I f» , - ' Juanita Ogden Mary Queen of Scots 185 Night of the Iguana 186 ■CCMrVCA ' Jk K » 3M VkCKt niMMb Private Lives 187 Conduct Unbecoming The Sound of Music AkSUm awv MKOfiakHMl Serenade Lmkm Circle K Pie-eating Contest 190 ; si:- v »w i dM» Paul Pittman Greek Field Day 191 KA Marathon Elections 192 u( .Ajk-«o .wcnis f.ale A44f»aKlttx 4C£L:tKffl A;W: «£;i:3UI Community Week 193 jJC M te li iSs .f fvWi ffrWteA fe j t ' ? - 5 f ' t ' j ' 1 fr ' j ' K- •J-.r yf fi ' ' 4 ' tr ' O ' J ' :??T 2i ' - 1:;= ° j s - -f ' f ' - ' W rnWfflM Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities Alveno Castilla has served Mil- Isaps in a variety of capacities. Al- veno was elected president of the Black Student Association. A Dean ' s List Scholar, he had the dis- tinction of rece iving the American Institute of Certified Public Accoun- tant ' s Scholarship three times. He was also a dorm assistant, an alter- nate to the Judicial Council, and a member of the Millsaps baseball team. David Christian was tapped into many honoraries related to his chemistry major: Chi Chi Chi, (chemistry honorary;) Alpha Epsi- lon Delta, (pre-medical honorary;) and Theta Nu Sigma, (natural science honorary.) David was a member of Eta Sigma, and his fra- ternity was Pi Kappa Alpha. As a member of the Millsaps Singers, David also participated in the Troubadours. MM English major Janet Clogston was the recipient of the Strieker Scholar- ship Award for four years. She served Kappa Delta Sorority as His- torian and as scholarship chairman, and was named 1972 Scholarship Award Winner. Active in the Mil- lsaps Players, Janet was also a four- year member of the Millsaps Sing- ers and the Troubadours, touring Europe in 1972 with the USO Show. This Dean ' s List Scholar was also a member of the Enghsh Club. J ( i« 196 Serving as National President of Eta Sigma Phi (classical language honorary,) Henry Cox has acted as president of the Millsaps chapter of Eta Sigma Phi, delegate to the 1972 National Convention in Ohio, and chairman of the 1973 National Con- vention which was held at Millsaps. A member of Pi Kappa Alpha, Henry has also been a member of the Millsaps Singers, News Editor of the Purple and White, vice-president of ODK, and student assistant for the ancient languages department. As a member of the Troubadours, Henry toured Europe in 1971 with the USO show. Participating in the Honors Program, Henry traveled to southeastern Switzerland in August, 1973, to research the Romansh lan- guage, a Latin dialect, and compile data for his Honors thesis. Irene Cruthirds, the Bobashela ' s Major ' s Lady, served as the secre- tary for the student government. She was a member of Sigma Lambda, the Majorette Club, Eta Sigma Phi, and the Chaplain ' s Ad Hoc Committee. Irene served Kappa Delta Sorority as president and as secretary. This sociology ma- jor was also the Pi Kappa Alpha Dream Girl for two years. Kent Darsey, the Bobashela ' s Master Major, was a member of several honoraries: Theta Nu Sigma; Beta Beta Beta; Alpha Epsi- lon Delta, (also serving as presi- dent;) and Omicron Delta Kappa, (serving as president and vice-presi- dent.) This Strieker Scholar was named to the Dean ' s List, the Presi- dent ' s List, and he received the Ju- nior Sociology Award. Active in stu- dent government, Kent was a senator, second vice-president of the student body, and Dorm Visitation Council Chairman. He served Kappa Alpha Order as Rush Chair- man and vice-president, was also named Model Pledge, and partici- pated for the KA ' s in several intra- mural sports. w )97 As a transfer student from Ole Miss, Marybeth Wood Davis has had a busy four years in college. At Ole Miss she was a member of the University Orchestra, CWENS, and Alpha Lambda Delta. Marybeth served as both treasurer and assis- tant treasurer for Kappa Delta So- rority. She served as secretary-trea- surer for Sigma Lambda and was a member of the Millsaps Singers. As an organ major, she received second place in the Mississippi Music Teachers Association Competition. As a Dean ' s List Scholar, Will Goodman still found time to partici- pate in the Millsaps Singers and in the Troubadours; he was also in a number of productions with the Millsaps Players. As an English ma- jor and president of the English Qub, Will studied in England with the British Studies at Oxford pro- gram. Will was a member of Kappa Alpha Order, ODK, and the cam- pus senate. He also served as a staff writer for the Purple and White. Martha Hamrick, who was elected vice-president and president of W.S.G.A., was active in student government; serving on the college senate and as recorder of the Judi- cial Council. She served the Greek System as president of Phi Mu So- rority and as a member of the Pan- hellenic Council. Hamrick was a member of Sigma Lambda, the Ma- jorette Club, and the intramural council. This Dean ' s List Scholar also served as co-chairman for freshmen orientation. 198 A Dean ' s List Scholar, Sam Jew was active on campus, serving as 1970-71 High School Day Co-Chair- man and as a Millsaps Ori- entation Counselor. He was vice-president of his soph- omore class and a member of the student senate. A member of the Pi Kappa Alpha Executive Council, he also served his fraternity as Rush Chairman. As a member of the Circle-K Club, Crag Knox served as both secretary- treasurer and president; he was also the delegate to the Circle-K convention. He was a freshman orientation group leader and a Dean ' s List Scholar. Crag served as a student assistant in the physics laboratory, and worked in the Millsaps Li- brary for three years. Frances Lloyd was the recipient of the Strieker Scholarship, the National Merit Scholarship, and the Tribett Scholarship. As a freshman, she received the chemistry and mathematics awards. Frances was a member of several honor- aries: Alpha Epsilon Delta, Theta Nu Sigma, Chi Chi Chi, Eta Sigma, and Schil- ler Gesellschaft. Not only was she a Dean ' s List Scholar, but she graduated summa cum laude with honors in chemistry. She served as a laboratory assis- tant in the chemistry and biology departments and was a member of the Mil- lsaps Singers and German Qub. Stan Runnels served Lambda Chi Alpha Frater- nity as vice-president and as scholarship chairman as well as being active in intra- mural sports. A two-year college senate representa- tive, Stan was also on the Publications committee of the student Senate, and a stafT photographer for the Purple and White. This var- sity soccer club manager and player coach was also the co-chairman for the 1973 Freshman Orientation Program; and for three years, Stan was a student assistant for the Biology Department. 199 In addition to serving Chi Omega as freshman officer, reporter, and personnel, Florence Jo Smith was the recipient of her sorori ty ' s Out- standing Member Award. She served as chairman for High School Day and as a leader for freshman orientation. Florence Jo was also a cheerleader, a member of the Mil- Isaps Singers, and a member of the Homecoming Court. As a religion major, she received the American Bible Society Award and the United Methodist Scholarship for two years. Florence Jo served as presi- dent of Sigma Lambda and as a stu- dent assistant for the religion de- partment and the admissions office. In addition to receiving the 1972 scholarship award and the 1973 most improved player award in bas- ketball, Mark Sorgenfrei was a let- terman for the Millsaps varsity bas- ketball team for four years. He served as vice-president of both his senior class and Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity. Mark was tapped into ODK and Eta Sigma. As an ac- counting major, Mark earned his place on the Dean ' s List and was an accounting department assistant for three years. Latin major Marilyn Thompson, who served the Millsaps Chapter of Eta Sigma Phi as President, also or- ganized the 1973 National Eta Sigma Phi Convention and the 1974 Mississippi Junior Classical League Convention, both held at Millsaps. Marilyn was a four-year member and frequent soloist for the Millsaps Singers, and was Kappa Delta So- rority ' s songfest chairman for two years. A student of varied interests, Marilyn was a senator, on the publi- cation ' s board, and business man- ager of the Bobashela. Active in her sorority as well as in the Millsaps Players, she was also a member of Sigma Lambda. 200 Sue Tremaine served Chi Omega Sorority as president and as social chairman; she was also selected Most Outstanding Junior Member and Most Outstanding Senior Mem- ber. Sue has served Millsaps as a freshman orientation leader, as a student assistant in the student af- fairs office and in the religion de- partment, and as head resident in Sanders Dormitory. As a Dean ' s List Scholar and elementary educa- tion major. Sue was a member of Kappa Delta Epsilon and the Ma- jorette Club. Jane Williams, political science major and Dean ' s List Scholar, was especially interested in campus and other political affairs. She was a delegate to the State Democratic Convention, the secretary of Low- ndes County Democratic Party, and recording secretary for the Missis- sippi Conference on Social Work. She also spent a semester studying at the United Nations. Jane was a member of Sigma Lambda, the Ju- dicial Council, and head resident of Sanders Dormitory. John Wofford was a member of the Troubadours for two years and toured Europe with this group. He has been a Dean ' s List Scholar and is a member of several honoraries: Chi Chi Chi, Theta Nu Sigma, Al- pha Epsilon Delta, and ODK. He was a tenor in the Millsaps Singers and an active member of Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity. As a chemistry major, John won the Chi Chi Chi Chemistry Award and the American Chemical Society ' s Undergraduate Award in Analytical Chemistry. 201 Master Major Kent Darsey m Mike Reans, 1974 graduate of MiUsaps, was named to the Kodak AIl-American Football Team for 1973 as a result of balloting by 3000 football coaches throughout the nation. A native of Crenshaw, Reans first received recognition as a center and linebacker at Sledge High School. Under the direction of Coach George Rooks, he made All-confer- ence two seasons in a row and was chosen the team ' s Most Valuable Player his senior year. At Northwest Junior College, un- der Head Coach Ken Bramlett, he was named all-state offensive cen- ter, despite the fact that he spent the latter half of the season at linebacker. While at MiUsaps, Reans estab- lished himself as a defensive player. In each of his two years with the Majors he was chosen the team ' s Most Outstanding Lineman by his fellow players. Head Coach Harper Davis called Reans " one of the most complete football players we ' ve ever had at MiUsaps. " This marks the second year in a row that MiUsaps has had an AU- American, as wide receiver Rowan Torrey was named to the Kodak team in 1972. 204 •t • mt m-,M- i l ' ? ;l 9 mml Reverend David Mcintosh, Pas- tor of Christ United Methodist Church, Jackson, and Millsaps grad- uate, was selected as one of four f)ersons inducted into Mississippi Sports Hall of Fame on March 25, 1974. Rev. Mcintosh, two-time All-Big Eighter and All-Southern at McComb High School, played col- lege football at Millsaps under Coach Dobie Bartling. At Millsaps he was named Little All-American in 1947 and in 1948. Upon graduation, the former sophomore and senior class presi- dent. Who ' s Who in American Col- leges and Universities, and Master Major turned down a professional offer by the Los Angeles Rams to enter the Candler School of Theol- ogy at Emory University. He has been a member of the Millsaps College Board of Trustees since 1969, and was also inducted into the school ' s Sports Hail of Fame in 1969. 205 Adams, Gayle 91, 139 Adams, Philip 141 Alexander, James 65 AUen, Elizabeth 102, 135 Allen, Tom 141 Ammons, Clifford 76, 137 Anderson, David 89, 129, 133, 145, 150 Andre 85 Antalec, Michelle 147 Araujo, Charles 141 Armstrong, Jack 75 Arnold, Sharon 102 Atwood, Butch 124, 128, 143 Aycock, Earl 57, 137 Axsmith, Stan 99, 145 Bagwell, Doug 85, 137 Bailey, Jean 69 Baker, Suzie 72, 135 Baldwin, Annie 1 17 Boswell, Melanie 97, 127, 132, 139 Bowers, Ruby 82 Bowling, Danny 137 Bown, John 143 Brady, Donald 79 Branch, April 91, 135 Branning, Pam 123, 124, 131 Brasseax, Byron 54 Brehm, Alan 62 Brindley, Doug 122, 143, 179, 185, 187 Brinson, Alan 123, 124, 131 Brock, Marsha 96 Brown, Laurie 92, 135 Brown, Thais 91 Brumfield, Lynn 78, 121, 139 Bruser, Diane 68 Buchanan, Frank 101 BuUard, Ricky 123 Burrus, Lucy 72, 135 Clayton, Obie 71, 117 Qegg, Susan 125, 127 Oibum, Eugenia 89, 123, 131 Qogston, Janet 85,118,121,127, 130, 196 Coats, Cliff 122, 188 Cobb, Mary Al 139 Coleman, Woodie 74, 108, 137 CoUins, Roger 123 Condon, Carol 71 Conner, Syd 121, 133, 143 Cook, David 143 Cook, JefTSl, 145 Coppock, Tony 121 Cordua, Dora 147 Cordua, Mel 141 Covington, Eleanor 67, 147 Cox, Henry 126, 128, 145, 197 Crabb, Cheryl 57, 139 Crimm, Harry 122 Ball, Rick 99, 141 BaUard, Gary 141 Ballard, Pam 132, 147 Barber, Jack 141 Barnes, Bev 94, 121, 126 Baroni, Rose Ann 84, 132 Bartling, Bruce 137 Bass, Billy Jack 117 Bates, Jenny 57, 135 Beall, Sandra 132 Beam, David 68 Bear, Ellen 127, 135 Beard, RusseU 105, 145, 183 Bell, Judy 110 Benefield, Lance 137 Bennett, Joe 126 Bergman, Janet 133, 149, 151 Best, Camp 95, 113 Bethea, Jim 137 Bevill, Betsy 9, 65, 120, 188 Bickerstaff, Jan 67, 116, 132, 135, 182 Bishop, Evalyn 103 Blackburn, Lisa 88, 121, 132, 135 Blackwell, Dean 123, 131 Blackwell, EUana 127, 135 Blackwell, Tomas 108 Bogan, Patricia 1 1 7 Boozman, Connie 76, 132, 147 Bordelon, Marti 75 Bush, Sallie 60, 127, 147 Buys, Rusty 72, 74, 137 Byars, Marcia 71 Byler, Kathy 54, 120, 139, 151 Cameron, Alan 145 Campanella, Brent 90, 137 Campbell, Dwight 87, 117 Campbell, Glenn 137, 150 Candler, Steve 143 Caraway, Willana 120 Carlson, Gerta 68 CarroU, Bill 21, 98, 121, 145 Carroll, Diane 98, 120, 125, 130, 135 Carstaufner, Janice 71 Cartledge, Rebecca 127, 147 Case, Betsy 132, 147 Castilla, Alveno 117, 196 Catron, Janice 72 Chandler, Linda 127 Chase, Maxine 1 17 Chastain, Claire 67, 1 11, 130, 132, 139, 151 Chastain, Jamie 139 Christian, David 76, 1 18, 121, 128, 145, 196 Qark, Betty 4, 7, 55, 94, 1 16 Qark, Hugh 105, 121, 145 Qarke, CharUe 73, 141 Qarkson, Jean 127 Crittenden, James 123,124,131 Cruthirds, Irene 105, 126, 130, 132, 139, 197, 203 Currie, John 59 Currie, Sarah 95 Damon, Sarah Neville 139 Daniel, Ray 65 Dantin, Jigs 92, 120 Darby, Bruce 125 Darsey, Kent 123, 128, 137, 197, 202 Darville, Dub 185 Davenport, Cindy 69 Davies, John 145 Davis, Marybeth Wood 130, 198 Davis, Mike 141 Davis, Peggy 69, 129, 133 Davis, Rick 121, 122, 143 Dennis, Alfred 123, 124, 131 Denny, David 93 Dickson, Debra 127 Dickson, Jan 78, 118, 187, 189 Dickson, Steve 108, 137 Dominique, Jeb 6 Doss, Gail 133 Downey, Ginger 92 Dugger, Robby 145 Dyess, David 133 E kes, Janet 67, 108, 113, 130, 132, 139 206 Eaton, Sally 54, 139 Edgerton, Richard 105, 145 Emling, Ward 66, 108, 118, 121, 122, 145, 179, 185, 188 Eppes. Mark 145. 150 Everett, Rhonda 107, 149, 151 Eyrich, George 89, 143 EzeUe, Fred 102 Ezelle, Virguiia 102, 127 Fairbum, Bruce 92, 111, 137 Goodman, Will 77, 118, 121. 128. 137. 198 Gove, Eddie 122, 188 Granderson, Robert Earl 1 1 7 Graves, Nan 91, 132. 135 Gray, Chestine 1 17 Gray, Lloyd 137, 150 Green, Mike 86, 141 Greene. Scotty 95. Ill, 128 Greer, Allen 141 Higgins, David 89. 143 Hightower, Peggy 91. 135 Hill, Miles 72, ' l37 Hinman, Andy 95 Hinman, Charlie 20, lOi. 108. 110. 145 Holbrook. Edna 80. 112 Holder. Katie 84 Holliman. John 143 Holly. Bill 93 Fairley, Nita 98 Fayard, Kathy 64 Ferguson, Flinda 96 Finnefrock, Dan 70, 145 Fitch, Sarah 124 Flautt, David 137 Hautt, Mike 9, 85, 128, 137 Fleming, Martha 117 Fletcher, Pyron 58 Flint, Bryan 82 Floyd, Myntis 1 17 Flynn, Jim 141 Foley, Dean 89, 143 Forester, Mike 121, 122 Fortenberry, Jewel 117 Foster, Patty 96, 127 Fowlkes, Cassandra 59, 118 Franklin, David 89 Frazier, Jacqueline 69, 120 Frazier, Mark 137 Fredericks, Don 87, 99 Friddle, Bryan 59 Friends 74 Furr, Anna 100, 121, 135 Furr, Stan 81, 143 Gaggini, Gerry 137 GaUoway, James 108,110,137 Gamble, Bill 141, 150 Gamble, Lyne 80 Garrette, Gary 137 Garvin, Royce 89, 133, 143 Gaston, Robert 145 George, David 13, 55, 123, 145 Gettis, Carmen 1 1 7 Gillon, Robert 102, 122 Gober, Billy 54, 145 Goldberg, Charhe 61 Goldman, Betsy 93 Goodman, Pat 76, 102, 108, 118 121, 132, 139 GrilTin. Tootie 108. 137 Grimsley, David 53, 145 Grisham, Robert 82, 128 Grove, Ken 123, 131, 143 Guild, Dale 132. 139, 188 Guice, Judy 121 Gunn, Vicki 83, 117 Hall, Chuck 91, 141 Hall, David 145 Hall, Steve 121,137 Hamhn. Judy 104 Hamrick, Martha 95, 111, 130, 132, 147, 198 Hanna, Bill 143 Hardm, Bill 123, 131 Harkey, Louis 137 Harris, Eunice 97 Harrison, Mike 99, 141 Harrison, Ray 75, 121, 129, 133 Hart, Ethebet 94, 120, 125 Harthcock, Melinda 67, 125, 130 Harwell, Ehzabeth 118, 121 Hawkins, Arvis 87, 117 Hawkins, EUeen 120, 122. 132, 135, 184, 189 Hawkins, Victor 102, 121, 122, 185 Haygood, Ricky 61, 137 Hays, Frank 143 Hearon, Dee 127 Helvenston, Laura Damon 63, 107, 132, 139 Hendrick, Ann 67, 125, 130, 132. 135 Hendrix, Mike 143 Hendrix, Ronnie 87. 117 Henry, Elaine 63, 108 Hensarling, Dale 65 Herbert, Mark 112, 141 Henington, Glenn 70, 123, 128, 141 Holmes, Betsy 55, 88, 107, 110, 132, 135 Holmes, Wendell 110, 125, 128, 143 Hooper, Randy 55. 145 Howell, Donna 83, 139, 151 Howkins. Liz 89 Hudspeth, Melissa 4, 7. 55, 88. 107. 116, 135, 151 Humphrey. Sue 147. 151 Humphreys, Mike 123 Hunt, Mike 105, 145 Huoni. Mike 82 Ivy, Cae 58 Jackson, Burt 97 Jackson, Gloria 117 Jacobs, Nella 69 Jany, Hans 126, 128, 129, 133 Jenkins. Stacy 118, 121, 137 Jenkins, Steve 118. 137 Jew, Bobby 145 Jew, Sam 73, 105. 145. 199 Jones, Danny 96 Jones, Janeen 147 Jones, Marc 141 Jones, Reggie 73, 145 Jones, Sue 70 Jones, Trey 59, 85, 137 Johnson, David 143 Johnson, Janice 68. 147 Johnson, Michael 55 Johnson, Sandra 54, 120 Jumey, Ronnie 61 Karges, Earl 66 Katich, Ann 4, 7. 116, 130 Kees, Bobby 73, 141 Kelly, Pat 59 Kelso, Bobby 137 Kersh, Grady 145, 182 Kersh, Robert 145 King, Bob 61 207 King, Jan 80 King, Lorean 80 King, Rob 94 King, Stanley 141 Kirk, Beth 90, 127, 147 Knox, Crag 82, 199 Kountouris, Irene 79, 132, 139 Kowalski, Ed 73, 141 Ladner, Denise 64 Lafoe, Wilson 74, 137 Landrum, Joey 108, 141 Laney, Frank 82, 133 Laney, Steve 145 Lang, Nancy 57, 113, 139 Langston, June 98 Lansing, Jan 92, 96. 139 Lavelle, Frances 149 Lehman, Chuck 8, 145 Leech, John 118, 121, 122, 128, 137, 186 Leggett, Ellen 55, 88, 132, 135 Levanway, Doug 145 Liverman, Steve 124, 129, 133, 143 Lloyd, Frances 83, 121, 124, 125, 133, 199 Lloyd, Marie 88, 135 Lloyd, Mary 55, 147, 151 Loftin, James 97, 121, 137 Loftin, Rusty 5 Lossett, Mark 145 Love, Janet 92, 123, 131, 139 Lowe, Marty 2, 1 12, 127, 130, 132, 139 Luman, Debbi 149 Lumsden, Lisa 147 Lundy, Jeff 137 Lundy, Jim 145 Lyle, Tommy 85, 121, 137 Lynch, Mark 82, 105, 145 Lynch, Vinny 160 McAlexander, Johnny 61 McAlilly, Steve 141 McCafferty, Jim 73, 108, 141, 150 McCarty, Marsha 112, 127, 139 McClure, Kevin 145 McCoy, Adren 72, 118, 135 McCoy, Mary Dell 135 McCrory, Barry 137 McCuUough, Jerry 61,141 McDuff, Rob 85, 137 McEwen, Fred 143 McGuire, Bill 99 Mcintosh, Dennis 59 Mcintosh, Maura 102, 108, 118, 121, 132, 139, 153 McKee, Marcia 72, 135 McKenzie, Carrie 65, 132, 147, 151 McKinnon, Betty 72, 135 McLaurin, Jill 91, 130, 135 McMillan, Toni 147 McMuUen, Diane 101, 108 McQuinn, Chuck 104, 121 McVadon, Fhyliss 84, 111, 126 McVey, John 143 Mc Williams, Frank 104 Mace, Mary Jane 7, 55, 88, 1 16, 124, 135 Maddux, Buffa 123, 131 Magee, Stanley 129 Magrow, Charlie 68 Manning, Ed 137 Maples, Phillip 112 Marshall, Bill 143 MM, France 100 Martin, Chariie 8, 55, 145, 150 Martin, Keith 117 Mason, John 101 Matheney, Kerry 54, 81, 107, 139 Matheny, Jim 121, 143 Mayes, Clinton 1 1 7 Mayes, Deirdre 1 17 Megehee, Maribeth 78, 135 Melichar, Marcia 69, 91, 120, 127, 135 Messer, Don 121, 143 Miller, Bruce 62, 125 Miller, Bryan 73, 92, 141 Miller, Lyle 137 Millstead, Brenda 139 Minor, Doug 145 Mitcham, Susan 94 Moffett, Larry 132 Montgomery, Bill 137, 150 Moore, Bob 141 Moore, Janice 71 Morris, Dewayne 186 Morton, Allen 145 Morris, Joe 56, 137 Moten, Lane 122, 186 Moulds, Pat 58, 139 MuUer, Freda 139 Neeper, Scott 137 Neill, Mary 67, 1 16, 132, 139, 183 Nelson, Tom 104 Nettleton, Ann 97, 126, 127, 139 Newby, Cindy 62, 127, 139 Newsome, Barry 62, 117 Nichols, Rob 137 Nobles, Terry 94, 143 Nolan, Karen 135 Nolan, Karen 135 Nunn, Bruce 60 O ' Connell, Joe 99 O ' Donnell, James 123, 124, 131 Ogden, Juanita 66, 120, 122, 185 Obey, Leah 126, 129, 130, 133 Osbom, Roberta 70, 147 Owens, Gretchen 73 Pace, Mark 105, 145 Paine, Anna 63 Parker, Lynn 110, 123, 130, 135 Parry, Tom 143 Paterson, Isabel 127, 132, 147 Patterson, Ammie 149 Patton, John 137 Pavlou, Vickie 139 Pearson, Sherry 118, 120, 135 Perry, Mona 122, 126, 130, 149, 151, 188 Peters, Kelvin 66 Peyton, Deborah 83 Pharr, Patsy 102, 113, 121, 132, 139, 182 Phelps, Belmont 100, 135 Phillips, Jodie 87 PhiUips, Turner 216 Plummer, Gary 141 Plunk, Daryl 59 Poole, Richard 124, 125, 131 Posey, Cathy 58, 78, 102, 118, 121, 139 Pratt, Dennis 143, 150 Preston, Bill 89, 143 Price, Dewayne 66, 145, 150 Price, Ricky 143 Pridgen, Joe 79 Prince, Buddy 79, 121, 122 Prince, John 6 Provost. Judy 99, 123, 124, 129, 131, 133 Pryor, Melanie 61 208 Pyron, Fletcher 58 Quick, Cecil 103 Ramage, Ronnie 143 Ramsey, Betty 117, 121 Randall, Robin 121, 135 Raphael, Bill 103 Ratchford, Kevin 195 Ratchford, Mike 67, 112 Reans, Mike 61, 205 Rebel 9 Reese, David 143 Reeves, David 81, 123, 124. 131 Richards, Dan 86 Richmond, Meredith 123 Richter, Ricky 118, 137 Ridgeway, Ree 120, 135 Riecken, Lynn 90 Ritter, Jack 63, 145, 183 Roberson, Suzy 69, 149 Roberts, Cynthia 64, 1 18, 120, 139 Robertson, Mike 93, 137 Robertson, Scott 65, 143 Robertson, Terri 147 Robinson, Lucille 117 Robinson, Robin 141, 150 Roby, Eva 117 Rohr, Richard 59, 145 Ross, Lynne 121 Rowan, HoUi 63, 139, 183 Rucker, Frizell 117 Rudder, David 141 Runnels, Stan 110, 199 Salter, Caryn 64 Samsel, Judy 74 Samsel, Mark 74 Sappington, Lynn 127 Schlictman, Paul 141 Schonberger, Howard 9, 53, 95, 122, 137, 188 Schuster, Paul 123, 124, 131 Scott, Gail 127 Scott, Luridean 117 Seamon, Lindy 145 Self, Dwayne 141 Sessums, Diana 63, 139 Sessums, Kevin 13, 88, 145, 179 Shallcross, Lindsey 135 Shanks, Janet 98 Shehiut, Eddie 122, 179, 187, 189 Shivers, Jerry 101, 137 Shows, Scott 92, 137 Simmons, Becca 81, 127 Simmons, Jess 100 Simmons, Lindy 55 Simmons, Paula 79 Smith, Barbara 100, 135 Smith, Bob 143 Smith, Florence Jo 78, 120, 130, 135, 200 Smith, Fred 141 Smith, Kathy 147 Smith, Susan 91, 127 Sorenson, Deb 96 Sorgenfrei, Dale 89, 120, 127, 130, 135 Sorgenfrei, Mark 89, 108, 128, 145, 200 Spencer, Meredith 143, 150 Spillman, Scott 137 Stanford, Tom 89. 112 Stan ton, Gail 147 Steinwinder. Gloria 78, 139 Stevens. Mike 55, 108, 110, 145 Still, Billy 97 Stone. Carol Anne 91. 135 Strain, Baxter 137 Strickland, Carolyn 1 1 7 Strickland, Eddie 123. 124. 131 SumeraU, Paul 133. 143 Tanksley, John 101, 137 Tatum, Tody 65, 143 Taylor, Janice 71 Terell, Steve 179, 186 Thomas, Larry 65, 122, 143 Thomas, Russell 68 Thompson, Anne 139 Thompson, Hubert 71, 83, 117 Thompson, Lanier 128, 141 Thompson, Marilyn 112,120.126, 130, 132, 139, 200 Thompson, Sammy 57, 110. 137 Thompson, Terry 179, 188 Thrasher, Jimmy 145, 186, 188 Tichenor, Travis 143 Tidmore, HoUis 123 Tipton, Susan 127, 147 Tolbert, Jefr 101 Tonos, Mary 62 Tremaine, Sue 127, 132, 135, 201 Twyner. Brenda 56. 121 Vanskiver. Kent 82, 85, 137 Vamado, Scott 145 Veal, Jimmy 4, 145 Vingiello. Arthur 128. 127 Virden, Rick 73. 182 Wadhngton. Warner 97, 145 Walden. Keith 59. 145 Walker, Cynthia 13, 127, 130 Walker, Paul 66, 145 Walker, Tony 135 Wallace, Mickey 64, 145 Wallace, Rachel 54. 132. 139 Wallace, Will 105. 145 Wallace, Willie 73 Waring. Sue Beth 68 Watkins. Belinda 83. 117. 132 Watkins, Paul 89. 143 Weems. Betty 104, 121 Watts. Al 141 Weill. Susie 89 Wells, Dennis 111, 128. 145. 150 Wells. Don 121. 133, 143 Wells, Linda 100. 135 Whatley, Robin 92, 107, 135. 151 Whatley. Steve 69. 137 Wiggers, Tom 143 Wilbum, Bill 59 Wilkerson, Chris 84, 101. 108, 123, 124, 125, 126. 128, 131 Willers. Jeff 89. 143 Williams. Cheryl 117 WilUams, Jane 87. 111. 130. 200 Williams, Margaret 57, 139 Williams, Ten-el 124, 133, 143 Wilson, Susan 4 Wiltshire. Diane 78, 187 Wiseman, Jim 141 Wofford, Emily 118,121.139.182 Wofford, Janet 77, 120. 125. 127. 139 Wofford, John 77,121,124,128, 145. 200 Wofford, Walter 63, 121. 145. 182 Wolfe, Jim 123, 128 Womack, David 137 Wong-Valle. 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