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The Class of 1965 
Presents 

THE 100th ANNIVERSARY 

BEAR 

1865-1965 



Shaw University 

William T. Parker 

Winnefred Golliday 

Eula Hinton 
James H. Kornepgay 



Raleigh, North Carolina 

Editor in Chief 

Assistant Editor 

Administrative Assistant 
Art Director 



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FOREWORD 



The members of the 1965 Bear Staff have put forth much effort in attempting 
to make this the best edition ever published. Many unforeseen obstacles had to be 
surpassed in order for you to enjoy this publication. 

We have tried to select only the best records of this year's events, and events of 
the history of our institution as its 100th birthday draws nigh. The following 
pages contain these records. 

In addition to portraying this history of this institution, we have in a smaU 
way e.xhibited a part of the future as you will discover upon opening the book 
This is the Shaw University that we hope that vou will be able to visit within a 
few years. 

As you journey into the pages of this book years from now, we hope that it will 
bring back the many happy memories shared with so manv others during the 
past 100 years. 

It is our sincere wish that your copy of the 1965 Bear will be one that you will 
cherish for years to come. 



Contents 



ADMINISTRA TION 

General Administration 
Staff 



ACADEMICS 



Faculty 
Students 



ACTIVITIES 

Organizations 

Athletics 

Sports 



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The eyes and ears of the world are upon us as we prepare to 
celebrate our 100th birthday. As we take our place in the sun 
to participate intelligently in the reconstruction of society, our 
thoughts are turned toward the ideals of Henry Martin Tupper. 
It is in this spirit that we dedicate this book to the many alum- 
ni and students of Shaw University. 




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FOUNDER 




Henry Marlin Tuppir, A.B., B.D., D.D. 
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PAST PRESIDENTS 




Dr. Charles F. Meserve 





Dr. Joseph L. Peacock 



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Dr. William S. Nelson 




Dr. William R. Strassner 



Dr. Robert P. Daniel 



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PRESIDENT JAMES E CHEEK 



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SHAW UNIVERSITY 

RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA 
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TO THE CLASS OF 196^ 



Alfred North Whitehead once wrote: 

"In the conditions of modern life, one rule is absolute: 

the race that does not value trained intelligence is doomed." 

The era in which you emerge as full grown citizens will be known to historians 
as an era of transition. For some, this transition will be characterized in terms of 
the change from a segregated to a desegregated society. For you, it should be 
more properly assessed as the transtion from civil rights to social fulfillment 

Whether social fulfillment will become a reality for you may well depend, not 
so much upon the educational accomplishments thus far achieved, but upon those 
apt to be achieved. It is thus that your stay with us has been designed to develop 
in you the "value of trained intelligence." 

To the end that you will continue to increase your skill and expand your 
knowledge for the fulfillment of your role in the postmodern era, we bid you to 
go forth with our hopes and God's blessings. 



James E. Cheek 
President 



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BOARD OF TRUSTEES 



Dr. John \V. \Miite, Chairman 



Rev. A. Douglas Aldrich 
Dr. Ellen S. .\lston 
Mr. J. Melville Broughton. Jr. 
Rev. Warren Can- 
Mr. John X. Coffey. Sr. 
Rev. C. MeKin Creecy. Jr. 
Mr. Jonathan VV. Daniels 
Mr. R. Stuart Dickson 
Dr. C. R. Edwards 
Dr. J. Jasper Freeman 
Dr. J. \V. Goodloe 



Mr. John W. Winters 



Mr. Harold T. Graves 

Dr. Rufus Hairston 

Dr. Paul H. Johnson 

Dr. E. Theodore Jones 

Mr. William H. Jones 

Dr. John R. Larkins 

Rev. Howard L. Mitchell 

Dr. William H. Rhoades 

Mrs. Mar\- Duke Biddle Trent Semans 

Dr. .\. T. Spaulding 

Dr. E. L. Spivey 



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CAMPUS INN MANAGER 




SWITCHBOARD OPERATOR 




DORMITORY HOSTESS ~ SHAW HALL 




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TRIBUTE 




Mr. Eugene M. Howell 

Mr. Eugene M. Howell has been a mainstay of Shaw Uni\ersitv since 1925. He 
was employed under the administration of Dr. \V. Nelson and has maintained his 
employment since that time. ■■V\Tien I first came here." said Mr. Howell. "Tupper 
Hall was the g>mnasium. The young men lived in Shaw Hall in which a portion 
was divided into a bookstore." The physical appearance of the campus has 
changed tremendously since that time. Thick bushes dominated the grounds, and 
the place where the mobile units are located was a garden. Since he was the only 
maintenance man employed by Shaw at that time. Mr. Howell assumed the re- 
sponsibility of cutting down most of the bushes and plowing the entire campus 
grounds. So great were his other duties that it took him two weeks to mow the 
entire lawn. 

The upkeep of the campus, then and now. is not the onlv contribution Mr 
Howell has made to this institution. He has successfully integrated himself into 
the Shaw family by sending four of his daughters here - three having graduated 
and now holding teaching positions. They are .\nnie R. Howell, who teaches in 
Snow Hill. North Carolina; the former Senora Howell, who teaches in Seaboard 
North Carolma; and the former Lula Howell, who teaches in Louisburg, Nonh 
Carolina. 

Words cannot express our appreciation of Mr. Howell. He has well exemplified 
the spirit of Shaw Universit> by rendering unselfish service for the betterment of 
our college community. 



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FACULTY 




Dr. DeVane — Social Science 



Mr. Lyile - Physical Ed. 



Mr. Gil-Smyihe — Music 




Mr. Cook — Languages 



Dr. Cheek — Business 



Mr. Robson — History 




Mrs. Cofield — Education 



Dr. Adams — Social Science 



Dr. Davis — Religion 



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FACULTY 




Mr. Kee — Languages 



Dr, Schuhmann - Social Scien 



Dr. Gufstafson — English 




Mrs. Sansom - Physical Ed. 



Mr. Sylvander — Music 



Mr. Spann - Physical Ed. 




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Dr. Farias - History 



Mr. Thomas — Mathemalic 



Mr. Appk-ton — Musi 



FACULTY 




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Mr. Thompson — Biology 



Miss Harrison — Home Economics 



Mrs. Newell — Mathematics 





Mr. Jackson - Physical Ed. 



Mrs. Spaugh — Home Economics 



Miss Morris — Art 





Mrs. Thompson — Languages 



Mr. Creech — Business 



Mr. Kofa — Business 




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SCHOOL 

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RELIGION 




Benjamin Daniels 



Sylvester Miles 



Don Morgan 



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SENIORS 



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CLASS OFFICERS 



President 


Larr\- Whitehead 


Vice President 


Maxine Hendricks 


Recording Secretars- 


Fave Blount 


Corresponding Secretar\' 


Joan Maddox 


Treasurer 


William Parker 


Sergeant-at-.\rms 


Wiliie Rhines 


Business Manager 


Ralph White 



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DONALD JEROME BOWMAN 
Physical Education 
Physical Education Club; Alpha 
Phi Alpha Fraternity; Bascba 
Team; Track Team; Intramural 
Director. 



PATTIE MARIE BOVD - 
Elementary Education 
Ivy Leaf Club; S.NE.A.; B.S.U.; 
N.A.A.C.P.; University Chorale So- 
ciety; Usher Board; Creative Art 
Club; Intramural Sports. 



CHARLES EDWARD 

BRANDON 

Physical Education 

Football Team; Physical Ed. Club; 

All C.I.A.A. 








MARTHA JEAN BVERS 
Sociology 
S.C.A,; Bear Staff; N.A.A.C.P. 



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PEARLIE JO ANN BRYAN 
English 
English Club; B.S.U.; S.N E A ■ 
Sunday School. 



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JANIE EARLYN ANDREWS 

Home Economics 

Home Economics Club; S.N.E.A. : 

B.S.U.; SC.A.; NA.A.C.P: Women's 

Personnel Council. 



MARY ANN BARNES 
English 
Ivy Leaf Club. 




BRENDA BARTON 
Elementarv Ed. 
B.S.U.; S.C.A.; Bear Staff; Univer- 
sity Chorale Society; Committee on 
Chapel and Religious Life. 



ISAIAH FRANK BENJAMIN 
Sociolo^v 
Kappa .Alpha Psi Fraternity. 





FA YE LOVIA BLOUNT 
English 
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority; Eng- 
lish Club; Shaw Journal; Bear 
Staff. 



OTIS BOSTON 
Sociology 
University Chorale Society; Track 
Team; Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity. 



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OUTSTANDING SENIORS 





We Pause To Honor Those 



Among Us Who Have Lifted 



Our Ideals . 





JACQUELINE CARR 
Chemistry 
Student Council; Alpha Kappa Mu 
Honor Society; Delta Sigma Theta 
Sorority; Beta Kappa Chi Scientific 
Honor Society; Miss Senior 1964- 
65. 





MARY ALBERTA COUCH 
Sociology 
SC.A.; B.S.U.; ' RA.A.C.P.; 

S.N.E.A.; University Chorale Soci- 
ety; Committee on Chapel and Re- 
ligious Life; Bear Staff. 




DELA MAE COZART 
English 



ESTHER CRAYTON 

English 
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority; 
Shaw Journal Staff; Junior Class 
Officer; Student Council; Bear 
Staff; English Club, 



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MARTHA E. CRENSHAW 
English 
English Club: Bear Staff; Shaw 
Journal; Pyramid Club; Cheer- 
leader. 




H. T. DAVIS 

Mathematics 
Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity; Math 
Club. 



PEGGY WILLIAMS DAY 
Biology 
Pyramid Club. 



ATTIE LEE DOLBY 
Sociology 
Delta Sigma Thcta Sorority; Wom- 
en's Personnel Council. 



LEVI DIXON 
Sociology 
Social Science Club; N.A.A.C.P.; 
Intramural Sports; Usher Board, 




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DA\1D AUGUSTUS DOLBY 
Elemenlani- Ed. 
Sphinx Club; Unirersity Chorale 
Soden-. 



LINWOOD BERNARD 
DRI\'ER 

Sociolog^■ 
Alpha Phi Alpha; Editor of Shaw 
Journal; Bear Staff; Univcrsitv 
Chorale Socierv-; Student Council; 
Social Science Cliib; Men's Person- 
nel Council. 





X.ANCIXIA DLXIN 

Elemcnlar>- Ed. 
Bear Staff; Shaw Journal; 
S.N.E.A.; Vice-President State 
S.N.E.A.; Sunday School; S.CA.; 
B.S.U.; Women's Personnel Coun- 
cU. 



JACQUELYN D. EDMONDS 

Sociology- 
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sororitv; So- 
cial Science Club; Student Council; 
Pan-Hellenic Council; Women's 
Personnel Council; Bear Staff; 
Shaw Journal; Junior Class Officer. 




ANNIE \XRN-ELL FERRELL 
Biology 
P>Tainid Club. 



ERN"ELL FONXTLLE 
Elcmcntar>- Ed. 
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sororiry; 
S.-N.E.A.; B S.U.; Home Economics 
Club; Creati%T Art Club; Pan-Hel- 
lenic Council. 



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ERNELL FONVILLE 
Elementary Education 

Creative Art Club: B.S.U. 

S.N.E.A-; Women's Personnel Coun 

cil. 



CAROLYN FREEMAN 

English 

Dance Group; B.S.U. ; English 

Club; Women's Personnel Council; 

Junior Counselor; Bear Staff. 




OPHELIA FULLER 
Home Economics 
University Chorale Society; Dance 
Group; Miss Women's Personnel 
Council; Folk Ensemble; Home 
Economics Club Officer. 



JOE GIBBS 

usiness 

Omega Ps, Ph, Fraternity; Busmess 
Club. 



JOHN GRAHAM 

Sociology 
Beta Sigma Fraternity; 
N.AA.C.P.; Social Science Club; 
Pan Hellenic Council; Intramural 
Sports. 



WINIFRED GOLLIDAY 
Mathematics 
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority; Math 
Club; Ass. Editor of Yearbook. 



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HARRY GRIFFIN 
Physical Education 

Track Team; Ph>^ical Ed. Cfub; 

Football Team. 



R.AVMO\D GRIFFIN 

Socio log\' 

Kappa .AJpha Psi Fraternity; 

N.A.A.C.P.; Social Science Club; 

Intramural Sports. 




ERJC AMBROSE HARDING 
History 
Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity; Stu- 
dent Body President; Junior Coun- 
selor; Who's Who; S.C.A.; Univer- 
sity Chorale Society; Baseball 
Team; Pan-Hellenic Council; Social 
Science Club; Folk Group Ensem- 
ble; Sophomore Class Officer. 



BARBAR.A HARMON 
Sociology 
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority; Social 
Science Club. 





BARB.ARA ANTV HARP 
Mathematics 
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority; Math 
Club. 



HOLL.AND HAWKINS 
Elementary Ed. 
Usher's Union; S.N.E.A.; Women's 
Personnel Council. 



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MELN'IN LEON HAWKINS 
Eltfmentiin' Ed. 
Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity: Bas- 
ketball Team. 



MAXINE HENDRICKS 

Sociology 
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority: Social 
Science Club; Senior Class Officer. 




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VICTORIA HA^-NES 

Business Education 

Sigma Gamma Rho; Usher Union; 

Intramural Sports; Business Club; 

Bear Staff. 




BETTIE BE.ATRICE HICKS 
Home Economics 
Archronian Club; Home Economics 
Club. 



JAMES A. HINTON 
Elementary Ed. 
Creative Art Club; N.A.A.C.P ■ 
S.N.E.A. 



EULA MAE HINTON 

Biology 
University Chorale Society; Bear 
Staff; Biology Club. 



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BARBARA JEAN HODGES 
English 
Usher Board. 



BRENDA LEE JACKSON 
Physical Ed. 
PhN-sical Education Club; Bear 
Staff. 





DEBORAH E. JAMES 

Elementary Ed 

Debating Society; S.NE.A.; Latin 

American Dance Group; B.S.U.; 

Social Science Club; N.A.A.C.P. 



LORETTA MARIE JAMES 
Elementar\' Ed. 
Dance Group; Debating Society; 
S.N.E.A.; B.S.U.; Latin American 
Dance Group; Social Science Club: 
N.A.A.C.P. 




GENEVIEVE BEATRICE 

JOHNSON 

Christian Education 

S.C.A.; B.S.U.; Intramural Sports 

May Queen - 1961-1962. 



LANUE ALLEN JOHNSON 
Business Administration 
Alpha Phi Alpha; Football Team; 
Business Club. 



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LINDA PATRICIA JOHNSON 
Elemeniary Ed. 
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority; In- 
tramural Sports; Creative Art Club; 
Women's Choir; University Chorale 
Society; S.N.E.A.; N.A.A.C.P. 



BYRNA MARGURITE JONES 
Elementary Ed, 
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority; Bear 
Staff; University Chorale Society: 
S.N.E.A.; N.A.A.C.P.; Modern 
Dance Group. 



LUCY MAE KNIGHT 
Elementary Ed. 
B.S.U.; S.N.E.A.; S.C.A.; Shaw 
Collegiate Fellowship. 



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JAMES A. KORNEGAY 

Physical Ed. 
Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity; Shaw 
Journal; Bear Staff. 



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LAURETTA LAURA NELL 

LAYMONS 

Elementary Ed. 

Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority; 

S.N.E.A. 



PATTI \-OUNG 
LAUGHINGHOUSE 
Chemistry 
Student Council; Alpha Kappa Mu 
Honor Society; Delta Sigma Theta 
Sorority; Junior Counselor; Who's 
Who. 



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SANDR.^ LEARY 
Home Economics 
Home Economics Club. 



QUEEN ESTHER LEE 
Business 
B.S.U.; Usher Board; Shaw Jour- 
nal: Bear Staff: Business Club: Miss 
Junior 1963-64: Miss U.XCF 
1962-63. 




SOLON EUGENE LOG.^N 

Sociolo^' 

Kappa Alpha Psi; Intramural 

Sports: Student Council; Social 

Science Club. 



WILLIE EARL LUa\S 
Elementary- Ed. 
N.A.A.C.P.; Crescent Club. 





JAMES EDWARD L'^XES 
Sociology- 
Social Science Club: N.A.A.C.P. 



DORIS JE.\N LYONS 
Elementary' Ed. 
Sunday School; N.A.A.C.P.; 
S.N.E.A. 



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ANNIE RUTH McDONALD 
Elementary Ed. 



MAE ALICE LEE McDUFFIE 
Business Education 



DORIS FA YE McKAY 

English 

Delta Sigma Theta Sorority; Eng- 

,sh Club; Junior Counselor; Miss 

Junior Attendant. 





JAMES WILBERT McKAY 
Elementary Ed. 
Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity; 
S.N.E.A; Alpha Rho Tau Art 
Club; Men's Personnel Council; 
Pan-Hellenic Council. 



JOAN CAROLYN MADDOX 

Business Ed. 
Business Club; S.N.E.A.; S.C.A.; 
Ivy Leaf Club; Bear Staff; Shaw 
Journal; Sunday School. 



CAROLYN VIVIAN MACK 
Physical Ed. 
Miss Freshmen Attendant; Miss 
Physical Education Attendant; Miss 
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority; 
Dance Group; Alpha Kappa Alpha 
Sorority; Cheerleader; Physical Edu- 
cation Club; Women's Personnel 
Council 




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Sociology' 





JAMES .\NDRE\V MAVE 
Pre-Theolog\" 
Student Council; N.A.A.C.P.; Com- 
mittee on Chapel & Religious Life; 
Tutorial Project; Theological Fra- 
ternity; S.C.A.; B.S.U.; Bear Staff; 
Men's Personnel Council; Sunda\ 
School; Junior Class Officer. 



ELAIXE MAVN'OR 
Home Economics 
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority; Home 
Economics Club. 




HUMPHREY CHARLES 

MBUGUA 

Biology 

Who's Who Among Students in 

American Colleges and Universities; 

Student Christian Association. 



DOROTHY MOBLEY 
Home Economics 



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LEE EX-ERETT MONROE 
Elementary Education 
Basketball; Scroller Club. 



DALTON McCOY MOORE 
Physical Education 
Football Team; All C.I.A.A. 




LOCKE MOORE 
Elementary Education 
Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity; Stu 
dent National Education Associa 
tion; N.A.A.C.P.; Sunday School 
Intramural Sports. 



MILDRED GWENDOLYN 

MOSS 
Elementary Education 
Usher Board; S.N.E.A.; N.A.A.C.P.; 
Women's Personnel Council. 



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FREDERICK OGWENO OUKA 

Sociology 
Who's Who Among Students in 
American Colleges and Univer- 
sities; Student Council; S.C.A.; So- 
cial Science Club. 



MARGARET JANE 
NEIGHBORS 
English 
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority 




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\VILLL\M THOMAS PARKER 
Historv" 
Kappa .\lpha Psi Fraternity: Who's 
Who; Social Science Club; Shaw 
Journal; Men's Personnel Council; 
Senior Class Officer; Student Coun- 
cil; Tau Kappa Alpha Debating 
Socierv; Nonh Carolina Intercolle- 
giate Council for Human Rj^ts; 
State Student Legislative; Model 
U.N.; Shaw Plavers Bear Staff Edi- 



KATHLEEN PERRY 

Business Education 
lv\ Leaf Club; Business Club. 




PALXETTE LORR.\lXE POE 

Business Education 
Alpha Kappa -\lpha Sororit\-; 
Business Club. 



ERNEST LEE POWELL 
Business Education 
Business Club. 





JULL\ CORDELL\ POWERS 
Sociology 
Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority; Pan 
Hellenic Council; Women's Person- 
nel Council; Social Science Club. 



D.ANIEL PRATT 

Sociology" 

Baptist Student Union; Student 

Chnstian Association; Crescent 

Club: \.A A.C.P. 



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JAMES RANDOLPH 
Physical Education 
Basketball Coach. 



WILLIE LEROY 
RHINES 
EngHsh 
Omega Psi Phi Fraternity; Student 
Christian Association; N.A.A.C.P.; 
Debating Society; Student Adjust- 
ment Committee. 



GEORGE ROBINSON 
Pi^-Theology 
Theological Fraternity; Crescent 
Club. 








BARBARA JEAN ROLLINS 
Elementary Education 
Delta Sigma Thcta Sorority; Cho- 
rale Society; Folk Singing Ensem- 
ble; S.C.A.: S.N.E.A.; Chapel and 
Religious Life Committee; Senior 
Class Officer; N.A.A.C.P, 



QUINCY SCOTT, JR. 

Religious Education 
Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity; Stu- 
dent Christian Association, B.S.U.; 
Theological Fraternity; N.A.A.C.P.; 
Committee on Chapel and Religious 
Life; Tutorial Program; State 
Inter-collegiate Association; Social 
Action Club. 



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HESTER MAE SCALES 

Home Economics 

Home Economics Club; Student 

National Education Association; 

Baptist Student Union. 



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ROENA JACQUELINE SCOTT 
Elementary Education 
Student National Education Associ- 
ation; Usher board. Alpha Rho 
Tau Art Society; Bear Siaff; Bap- 
tist Student Union; Creative Art 
Club. 



WILLIAM SHACKLEFORD 
Business Administration 
Business Club; Football Team; 
Lampodas Club. 




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GER.ALDIXE \XRNELL 
SIMPSON 
Elementary Education 
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority; Wom- 
en's Personnel Council; Student 
Council; Tutorial Project; National 
Association for Advancement of 
Colored People; S.C.A.; S.N.E.A.; 
B.S.U. 



BRENT)A LORRAINE SMITH 
Education — Elementary 
Shaw Journal; S.N.E.A.; Pyramid 
Club; Bear Staff. 





ELOIS MAE SMITH 
Sociology 
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority; Cheer- 
leader; Bear Staff; Social Science 
Club; Usher Board. 



LILLIAN TEAN SMITH 
Mathematics 
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority; 
Math Club; Student National Edu- 
cation Association; Usher Board; 
Intramural Sports. 



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SARAH KATE SMITH 
Sociology 
Delta Sigma Thela Sororiiy; Who's 
Who; Student Council; Social 
Science Club; Junior Counselor; 
N.A.A.C.P.; Women's Personnel 
Council; Honors Seminar. 



JAMES BILLY SNOW 
Business Administration 

Scroller Club; Basketball; Football; 

Business Club. 



RICHARD WAYNE STYLES 
Pre-Theology 
Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity; Student 
Christian Association; B.S.U.; The- 
ological Fraternity; Who's Who; 
Committee on Chapel and Reli- 
gious Life. 





DAVID MOTURI SURE 
Sociology 
Scroller Club; Baptist Student Un- 
ion; N.A.A.C.P. 



JOE LOUIS THOMAS 
Business Education 
Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity; Math 
Club; Baptist Student Union; 
N.A.A.C.P.; Student National Edu- 
cation Association; Business Club; 
Intramural Sports; Men's Personnel 
Council. 



MARY ANN THIGPEN 
Biology 




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ROBERT LEE TES'NIN 
usiness Administration 
Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity: Foot- 
ball Team; Business Club; C.I.A.A.; 
Nonh Carolina Poverty Plan. 



JANET UPCHURCH 

Physical Education 
Physical Education Club; Intramu- 
ral Sport; Cheerleader; Women's 
Personnel Council; Miss Ph\-sical 
Education. 




GENEVA VANN 

Business 
Education 
Baptist Student Union; Business 
Club; Intramural Spons. 



LORRETTA FAVE \AUGHN' 

Sociolo£n." 

Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority; 
S.C.A.; Usher Board; Committee 
on Chapel and Religious Life; Be-ar 
Staff; Who's Who Dormitory Coun- 
selor. 




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LORRLANE MA YE VAUGHN 
Sociology- 
."^igma Gamma Rho Sorority; 
N.A.A.C.P.; Shaw Journal: Bear 
Staff; Pan-Hellenic Council; Wom- 
en's Personnel Council: Who's 
Who, S.C.A. 



ANNETTE CLEMENTLXE 
WALKER 

Sociology 
Delta Sigma Theia Sorority; 
S.C.A. ; Junior Counselor; B.S.U. ; 
Sunday School; Who's Who. 



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Mathematics 



MARIA NANCY WALTON 
Elementary Education 
Intra-National Relations Club; Crea- 
ative Art Club; Miss Phi Beta Sig- 
ma; Alpha Rho Tau Art Club; 
S.N.E.A.; Ivy Lear Club; Bear 
Staff. 



WILLIAM WARE 
Business Administration 
Sphinx Club; Business Club. 





BROOKS WATSON 
Business Education 
Business Club; N.A.A.C.P.; Veteran 
Club. 



TONY LARRY WHITEHEAD 

Sociology 
Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity; Uni- 
versity Chorale Society; Student 
Council; Senior Class Officer. 



ALVIN WEST 
Elementary Education 
Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity; Foot- 
ball Team; Basketball Team; 
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Physical Education 
Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity; Physi- 
cal Education Club; Chorale Soci- 
ety; Folk Ensemble Group; Basket- 
ball; N.A.A.C.P.; Intramural 
Sports. 



ELMO WILLIAMS 
Business Administration 
Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity; Cho- 
rale Society; Business Club. 





LUETTA BROWN WILLIAMS 
English 
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority; Eng- 
sh Club; S.N.E.A.; B.S.U.;*Shaw 
Journal. 



ESTHER THACKER WILSON 

Sociology 
ptist Student Union; Women's 
Personnel Council; Social Science 
Club; Baptist Student Union 
Cheerleader; Student Council. 




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WOODSON 
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Chorale Society; B.S.U,; Aurora 
Club; Intramural Sports; Miss 
Physical Education Attendant. 



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Elementary Education 

Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority; Who's 

Who; Shaw Journal; N.A.A.C.P.; 

B.S.U.; S.C.A.; Sunday School; 

Student Council; Bear Staff; 

S.N.E.A.; Junior Counselor; Tutorial 

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Treasurer John Lessane 

Business Manager Robert Christian 

Chaplain Raymond Lassiter 

Parliamentarian Xellie Jenkins 

Sergeant-at-Arms William Pollard 

Student Council Representative Maurice Barnes 

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Mary Barnes 
Maurice Barnes 



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TRIBUTE TO PARENTS 






To those of you who have made every effort to keep the faces that you have 
just reviewed from becoming simply blurs on the perifery of civilization, we pause 
to pay tribute. 

This comes as a small token of our appreciation for the many hours of toil and 
hardships that you may have had to endure in order that your sons and daugh- 
ters might have a more meaningful life. We know that in this hard world life has 
not been very easy for you, because even we find it rather rough while under 
your protection. Nevertheless, we will continue to be loyal to you because of your 
expressed adherence to the principle of education for all. 



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STUDENT BODY PRESIDENT 

Dear Fellow Students: 

A scholar is one who is not only a student, but who has a consuming desire to 
pursue loftly thoughts and ideas; to understand phenomena and to interpret with 
the application of analytical acumen the acts of men and nature; and one who is 
not satisfied with the ordinary physical and spiritual life of day in and day out, 
but who wants never to stop learning, to stop understanding, to stop thinking, 
and to pass his thoughts, for what they are worth, on to his felllow man. He is 
one who believes that his own intellectual capacity is limitless. 

I am indeed proud to have been a member of the Shaw family and honored to 
have ser\-ed as your leader for the academic year 1964-65. We have been through 
a f)eriod of transition wherein a great number of changes have been made. The 
concept of education has been the symbol for this period of change. Therefore, if 
we will exercise our minds and our imaginations — if we will develop the desire 
to think, the desire to achieve, the desire to reach our highest potential — as 
Alumni of Shaw, there is really no limit to our productivity and advancement. 



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' I hope that- you have enjoyed this 100th ann.vers.tv edition of the Shaw Bear. 
Every effort was put forth by the members of the Bear Staff to make this pubhca- 

tion a trulv ?reat one. , . • 

I must express mv appreciation to each of the committee chairmen and their 
staff members who unrelentlesslv devoted their time to the reahzation of our pur- 
pose I must also extend expressions of gratitude to Tant Studios and American 
Yearbook Company for doing such a fine job. for both concerns are truly masters 
in their respective fields. 

Finallv I would like to congratulate all of the administrators, faculty, alumni, 
' and students of this grand institution as its 100th birthday is upon us, and I wish 
Shaw Universitv another 100 vears of unrivaled prosperity and growth. 

I now leave with you the words of some unknown author with the hope that all 
mankind will have a desire to do good. 

"There is only one good - Knowledge, and one evil - Ignorance. 

Yours sincerely. 



William T. Parker 
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Mrs. Leora H. Dees 
Mr. Curvin Hill 

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Miss Rosa B. Lassiter 
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Mr. Noah E. McMurren 
Mr. Charles D. Saunders 
Mrs. Mildred G. Thompson 
Mr. W. A. Watson 
Mrs. Elizabeth H. Williams 
Mrs. Merry Filmore Wright 



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